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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1873
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1,0 OUANGE OF OARS
FROM CAIRO TO
8T -mms OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OAKS
OM CAIRO I" , .
OlnetnaaU. u,lianafoue, f.ii.
Dalrolt, leelanil, "K . "
BoSo. llttabmg, Waeblnaton.
Baltimore, Philadelphia. New lork.
Uoiton Mid 11 points east.
Mllwaaale. Janestlllo, Maiilsn,
UOroeee, HI. I'ul and U points north.
This Is aim the enlj dltrcl mule to
DoMlar. Illoomlnjtton, NnnnReM,
Peoria, Qulnoj, Kookuk,
Barhnctou, KoeklaUott, 1a Halle.
Sndou, Diton. J5'0,!?.'
ifrBA, Dllbliqce, HlOUI Olty,
Omaha and all point northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleoping On"
Un all .Nigm xrains.
Baxae Checked loaJI Important polnl.
Fat tickets ud Information, apply to I. C. ILK
depot at alro; on boanl tn tranail steamer
tveea Oolnmbua and Cairo, and at the. prlnclp
rallroaJ ticket offlom throughout the south.
W. P. JOHNSON. Oen'l rase. Ak'I, Chicajo.
A. Much ill, Oen'l. tup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OK TIME.
rcr trains on tlio llllnol
chance time to-day. rroin and alter
p. m. to-day trains wilt run
Kxpreia. dally ....4:"p.:m.
Mali, except tiundny . . . ,3:1ft a. ta.
Mall, dally except bunday .AVM
OAUIO. AltlCANSAS AND TEXAS H. U.
On and after Monday, An?. 11, 1373, tralna
win run uaiiy, oxcepi Minaay, nciwcon
Oreonfleld'a landing and Blddlcs, Ml-iourl.
aa follDWK :
Leave Greenflcld's at l:0ft ji.iii.
Arilve at Uextcr a; in: iu n.m
Arrive at Uiddles at Ui'-'O a.m.
Leave Hid ales at p:m.
Arrive at Dexter at 1:42 p.m.
Arrive at Greenfield' at ..... fcM) u.m.
CHARLESTON ACOOMMOll 1 ION.
Leave UreentlchV at n.40 u.m.
Arrive at Charleston at .. .1:"0 u.m.
Leave Charleston at 8:30 a.m.
Arrive at Ureenllcld's at VviO u.m.
THE CAIRO ANT) VIXCRXXBS
OA I HO
Cincinnati, Indianapolis Toledo,
Detroit, Cleveland, 'lagra Fall?,
Buffalo, rittsburc, Washington,
.Baltimore, l'hlhdcliihla, New York.
IJoston aud all Ksrteni 1'olnti.
CHANGE OF TIMK.
On and alter Tucuday, July 1, 1S7I1, tntlua
will run aaloUowa:
QQingtloUMcavoa Oolrout ini u,,u.
Oolnjc tooth arrlYea at Cairo ut. . . . '.v.lli v.ui. 1
mound cm- AccoMMoii'Tinw
tf UIUA iru, til.
Leavtf Cairo at....ll::0 a.ui. and 0:00 p.m.
Arrlvei at Cairo at. .8:00 a.m. and l:Uft p,iu
The express train north arrives at Vln
Uon at l'icliOp.m., with tlio ludlunaiiolin and
vincennea raiiroau lor inuiun.inoii, nio
great railroad centrv, from wJiich point
uainf are denartln at all hourc, fur all
voinU In tfae United .Slates and Canada. At
JI:M p.m. with tlio Kvaiisvlllu and Craw
I'jiom 111c railroad, for Terra Haute, Indli
napoll'f, Chlcairo, Danvlllu and all point"
north, via the 'lerra llautu, Kvan-vlllo and
Cblcogo railroad, and east la the Yandalia
line, and Indianapolis audit. Louis railroad.
At 1:M p m. with the Ohio and MNsNsippl
railroad, for Cincinnati, Louisville, and all
point east, via Cincinnati,
Paasengcra Roln by this routo arc placed
In Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisville, New
York, Koston, Philadelphia, llaltluioru,
Waahington, and all cistern pointt, twelve
houra in advauco of any other route.
Kxpretw train makes connection at Lldn.
rado with SU Louis and Southeastern rail
way, lor St. Louis, .Mt. Vernon (Illinois),
fihawneetown, and all polnli between Eldo
rado and St. Louis,
At Norrls City makes close eonnoctlou
for Springfield, Itock Island, and all jiolnts
on Springfield and Illinois southeastern rail
way and connections.
At Carml with St. Loul', Evatuvlllc, Hen
deraon and Nashville railway Hue, lor ML
Vernon (Indiana), Evansvlllo. Henderson
(Kentucky), Nashvlllle (Tennessee), and all
pomti on at. L., E., H. and N. railway and
flaeKe checked to all Important point.
EUTl-or tickets and Information apply at
the UcVetottlce, corner Seventh street and
commercial avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
Jo. Lib, Sup't. Char. O, Wood,
Gen. l'aii'r and Ticket Air't
B. F. Bukniiue, Agent, Cairo.
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
U. 3. SlO. BXU.. (JBHKKVKH'H OmCK.
Cauio, Augutt is, 1H7H, 10:11 p.m.
Thermometer 71 degrees.
Ul.i . ....
nuiu, cairn, velocity u miie prr
M u. .
,u,u vtiutiatuie last 24 botire, Ml
Minimum temperature. at ;
t- III... . , i . ... .
ioiiiiHS itinuiau nnura, noriheat.
ioui nutuuer ol inlleo traut., ,inrliulat
Edwin Oakland, oisfrer
. Beit Scotch ale, itout porter, and eight
Tear old bourbon whiskey to be found onl
at the Crystal saloon, corner of Sixth strcei
and Commercial avenue.
Steaoala & Lanc,
6-'1'j lm Proprietors
Hacks lor the Cairo, Arkansas and Tc.va
rialUoad, atartlng from AVblte A- (Jreer'i
atore, corner ot felxth street and Ohio lore
ni ii. is follows:
Leave at , ., 6 a.m.
" 4 p.m.
Arrive In city at 10 a.m.
" " . ft p.m.
C-tsU John Mkvkiis, Agent.
Regular boardcra at the European hotel,
Harry Walker proprietor, receive board at
the rate or M per month. Wo-tf
ITme wblto ; tingle and double X amber
tattle and double X Canary, best quality ol
Manilla, blue letter, etc., tto. fj.ooo for
'fto, printed at 3 tW to 0 W per thomand,
W . FOR SALE (JiTrEN'T
Jtarber shop to complete running order,
'rood gtud and a good run of cuitotn
Stqulriat Tue Uullktia Oitice
re was A social gatucrmg at too
.neo of Mr. Geo. W. Hill last even- j
. Mr.and Mrs.Wm.Conleynnd Mill Tto A()(UJt ,crw of tLg AiM,njer
Kate Mathews noro Among those preterit. ' county probato court, Judge Broil pro
Look out for j lijg) convonod yesterday morning and
1. Farnbakor & bon I ,. fnnwn ltnna. trnanlii
New "Blow Out"
In to-morrow'i Bf llktin.
Mr. David Black bai returned to
Cairo. Ho don t go much on Donvcr. Ho
tbinki Cairo good enough for him. Mr
Levi ii coming and will bo hor in a few
YoJtordar morning whllo ono of tbo
boanlori attbo Vlckibtirg houso wai lil
ting in a iccond itory window, liolost hii
balanco and fell to tbo sidowalk, suitain
ing painful though not datigern inju
A meeting will bo bold at tbo Hlbor-
niau engine houso Ibis ovening to coniidcr
tbo propriety of organizing a company
of homo guards In tbii city. All who fuel
an internt in tbo subject am requested to
Tho practice of playing ball in St.
Mary's park should bo stopped at onco.
If it Is allowed to go on for any length of
time tbo grass and shrubbory will soon bo
destroyed. What say tho commltteo who
bavo tbo Improvement of tlio park under
Wanted Pidgoons, in lot not lesi
than one dozen, delivered at Pat. Fitz
gerald's sample rootn, corner of Four
teenth street and ('oninmrcUl nvenue, for
which cash will bo paid at the rato of
SI 50 per dozon. Tbo blnN aro for tho
Cairo City Shooting club.
At tbo Dclmonico yoatordny tho fol
lowing natnos woro regietcrod . ,1. Sim
mons, Detroit, Michigan ; O. II. Cantrell,
Paducah, Kentucky: John Murray, Jacks
boro; J. H. McConnolly, Columbus, Ken
tucky ; Jai. T. Forris, Frickslown, Ken
lucky O. C. Clark. No. 8 Bond, Missouri.
John Moskani, an Italian, was ar
rested on Sunday last by Sheriff Irvin and
Polico Constable Mnrtin for stoaling a
cago containing a numbor of mocking
oirus, una also lor threatening to itab
a girl namod Powell, who lives near the
rnrni.. rf I ' ... ... .. t . 1 .
uuiiiuiurciiii avenue anu f-our-
teonth street. Ho was lodged in jail
.1. Farnbakor A Son
Their Immonso Stock of
tients Furnishing Good?,
Boots, Shoes and Hats
Thursday, August '21.
Tbo following woro guosti at the St.
Charlos hotol yesterday : H. Lowory, J.
B. Geislor, St. Louis ; Cioorgo G. Kimmit,
Capo Girardeau; Milton Landon, Mem
phis, Tennessee; S. O. Bunn, St. Louis ;
M. Jacobs, J. M. Davis, St. Louis; A. N.
Sanders, Chicago; J. S. Martin, Chicago ;
.1. Goddard, Cincinnati, Ohio; .1. V.
Smuti, Now Orn.nn
A game of haio ball will bo nlaved
afternoon In this citv letwcon tho
Riversides of Mound Citv Ami t),n v..nt
Ian baso ball club of Cairo, but tho Cairo
boys aro ronlldont thoy will boubloto
beat tho Riversides in this camo. Both
clubs will endeavor to do their best and
thogamo promises to bo tbo most interest
ing ono yot played between tbo two clubs. !
On Sunday morning botweon nino
and ton u clock, a light oscurrod on Com
morcial nvonuo opposito tbo Vicksburg
houso, between two negroes, during which
clubs, knives and axes, woro used, hut
fortunatoly neither of tho parties ongaged
ii uio ngn; wore seriously iniurod. Tbov
wore both arrosted and locked un in tho
city jail. Tbo cii6a camo up before Judge-
rofa jesieruay morning, and William
uunter. for an assault to kill, was linld tn
bail in tbo sum of six hundred dollars.
Tbo other man, named Williams, was dis-
At an early hour on Sundav mornim.
whilo Mr. J. T. Tliomaa. h.v-.i-
tho hardware establishment of Mr. Honrv
Winter, was passing along Eighteenth
reel, n Uog belonginit to Mr. Thomas and
Mr. Swoboda'n dog got into a flcht. Mr
Thomas undertook to soparato them whon
Jlr. fjwoboda s dog attacked him. In tbo
tussol Mr. Thomas was sovorely bitten in
sovoral places, and In a fall ho struck his
head against tho sidewalk bruising his
faco nnd discoloring ono of bis eyes. His
ght hand was severely lacerated. IU
went to McGauley's drug itoro and ap
plied such romodics as loomed best for tbo
uruissa. Wo undaratnml Mr. 'Pimm., i,..
notified Mr. Swoboda that bo Intends kill.
Ing tho dog on sight, and to bring suit
against him for pormittini: a vicious and
dangerous dog to run at largo upon tbe
One John A. 1
this paper some tiuia slnco as having writ
tun a lettor soundly abusing Denver, and
laying b would bu homo to Cairo In Hep-
veiiiuer. o Utdu ll Ml uood.bvn. nnd
hoped thia was the last of It. Yostordav.
liowovor. we recalvnd
ltuLLKrm, dated August t. and mntiln.
ing another letter from tbo irroprossiblo
m wuicli Ho savs some ono a i.nini.
v givo tbo Cairo press "some itoms
will muko the Denver papors howl."
.1. . - n r
. lanin io u h marhod. and above it
wruwn the following! "He left Cairo
owing quil0 H num)jer of bn) AVo
uipoct that John won't go back to Cairo
me auovo is from tho 'itocky Moun
.a... .nv iewr r August 15. Wo don
"v nujiuuii; kbuut v. Poo.,,.,
cial standing, or whether he owe any bills
or not, but ono thing we do know Is ihat
nearly evoryono who has roturued to thin
city from Denver, substsntlatesbls reports
concerning matters in that city.
1 hereby forbid all persons from selling
unyiuing io my wile on my crodlt. I
will pay no such debts. I will furnish hor
wth all iiecesiarle aiysolf.
8-lfi-Jt. Wm. K
On and aftur August 1, 1 intend to do a
strictly cash business, excopt with thoso of
my customeis who settle promptly on tho
iirat of every month. All old accounts
and nolo in my hands which aro not
.ettlod tfry oon, 1 iball advertise and lull
n panne venduo. D Aiitkk.
UHO, July V'5, 187'J,
PROCEEDINGS IN T1IK ALKXAN
DKH PROBATE COURT
Ttio people vs. AVm. TScott, keeping
a gaming bouse. Dismissed on payment
of costs, and judgomont entered for lame,
Same against Frank Bucknor and
Orandlun Boyd, kooplng a disorderly
houso. Sot for trial to-day at 10 o'clock
Same vs. Jackson Jonen, adultery and
fornication. Motion by II. W. Webb, at-
torney for defendant, to cpuash indict
ment. Motion suitaincd and defendants
Samo vt. llonj. Brown, telling liquor
unlawfully. Nolle prouoqul cnterod by
l'roiocutlng Attorney Popo.
Same vs. Cyrlllo Marchildon , selling
liquor unlawfully. Nollo prosscqui on
tercd by Proiecuting Attornoy Popo.
Samo vs Goorgo Victor ; saino oflenfc,
Nolle ptosiequi ontorcd by Prosecuting
Samo vs. Jacob Bradley, assault ant!
using threats. Parties appeared by thol
respecllro attornlca, ovldonoo lietnl, nm
recognizance to koop tho peace for thrco
months towards tbo pcoplo of the state of
Illinois, and especially towards Jackson
Jones. Judgment on defendant for costs.
Samo vs, Fred. Hcncamp. Assnull and
using threats. Set fur trial this morning
at lu o'clock.
Samo vs. John Muscatino. Complaint
to keep tbo peace. Parties in court and
ovidenco board. Defendant bold to bail
in tho sum of $100 to keep tho pcaco to
ward the peoplo of the stato of Illinois,
and especially toward Laura Muscatlno;
also to appear before this court at tbo
Tho people vs. Jnckson Jones and Fran
cis Jones. Adultery and fornication.
Nollo proequi entered byjlbo pcopleVat-
Cairo, Ills., August IS, 1K73.
Tn the Editor ol the llullutln:
Allow mo to have tbo uan of a small
portion to reply to an article in tbo Sun
day issue, abusing tho secretary of tbo
Egyptian base-ball club. In the first
place 1 wish to inform the public that
everything in tbo articlo is falso, and that
tho person who wroto tbo proceedings of
tlio meeting is a snoaltliig liar, egotist and
coward. The young man of literary
turn of mind, who wishes to show
to tho public that bo writes for
tho paper, is making a poor be
ginning Dy abusing people. His careor
will be cut short, if ho is not a little care
ful, by him havinc such a "bead nut on
him that bo will have a good opportunity
of telling, through tbo columns of tho
i.kuor. mw . fi.is. I have no doalro to
bo classod ai "ono of them fellow?."
noitbor have I a deslro to have a war of
words through a paper, but I want It dis
tinctly undorstood by tho knifbt of tho
pencil that ho may OApoct, tbo next time,
something different from a reply In tho
PM'tir. D.J. Foi.KV
Sunday was a good day for drunks, and
boforo twelvo o'clock at night the cala.
boose was full up to the throat.
August Koch, John McCormiK, Michael
Murphy, Frank RobertB, Michael Dunn,
John Clark, John Slono and Michael
McDonald, all "plain drunks," woro
boforo his honor Judge Bross, and woro
all, with a singlu exception, sent to tbo
calabooso for terms ranging Irom three to
Josephine Manfliold, a colored girl, was
fined live dollars for loitering about sa
loons and public places.
William Hunter and Josopb Williams,
tho negroos who fought on Commercial
avenue on Sunday morning, wore boforo
hish ouor, aud Hunter sont to tho county
ail under bond of six hundred dollars to
nwalt tbo action of the grand jur .
Aotn.Uvkick C. A: V. R R., 1
Caiho, ills., July 'JO, 187X f
For tbo accommodation of tho citizens
of Cairo, tbo Mound City accommodation
train will on and after Monday, July '26,
stop as followa : At Fourteenth atroot
Twentieth stroot, Twonty.flfth tttroot,
Hilrty-fourtb street, nnd tbo crossing of
tbo Illinois Central railroad. No ono
will bo permitted on tbo train without n
ticket. Faro betwoon Sovonth street sta.
Hon and Illinois Central railroad crossing
and intermediate points, five conts.
Tickets good for twenty lures can be pur
chased at tho ticket otIJce, corner of Sev
enth stroot, for ono dollar. Passongors
will not bo permitted to got off or on the
train at any points othor than tbo above,
Gen'l. Passonger and Ticket Agt.
Mcllenry Row A: Co., of Now Orloani
havo come to this city to stay, and havo
fitted up a first class barber-shop on Com
mercial avonuo In tbo room next to Han
non's book store, lately occupied by Stu
an iv uuoison as a dry goods itore. Tbo
workman aro all llnt-class Bud are pre
pared to cut hair, shavo, shampoo, etc., in
the very latest stylos. All they ak It a
trial. Thoy respectfully solicit a share of
public patronage. Mull b.vkv Rok & Co,
A GUlTb TNVEin'MKNT.
A rare cbiinre Is olTerod to somo man
with money to invest in good paying
property in ibo most desirable part of tbo
city. Two lots, to feet front on tbe avo
nue, house 3 stories, Two largo stores
can bo fitted up on the uril u00r, the up
per itories are well arranged for oUlces or
dwolllngs. For further particulars en
quire of Jnu.v (J. Rahman & Co
C-l-tf Real Eitato Agonts, Cairo, I Hi
Tho Delta Social club rooms, suitable
for ofllcei, tint floor, louth ilduof Tuk
Bulletin building, Enquire at this of.
Parties wishing goodi lold at auction,
will pluaie bring the lamo to my auction
room, No. 101 Commercial avotiue, on or
before Thuriday evening of each week,
at I shall sell on Friday of oach week In.
Head of Saturday as herotoforo.
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UAMKI. II A 111 Al A H.
Tbo only llccniod auctioneer In the city.
COMPETENT PIANO TUNER
Has located in tho city. Contracts tnadn
for tuning planoi by tho yoar or othor
wise, to suit the owner. Orucrs Iclt at tbe
owolry itoro of K. & W. Buder will re
colvo prompt attention. 7-29-1 m.
Tho harbor hop li on ;tho cornir of
Elchth street and Commercial avonuo
wheroJ. Georgo Stionhoue with his gon
tlomonly assistants ran bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, ready to lootho
your fooling! with a mooth shavo.or cool
your temper and bead with a good iham
poo. It Is a tlrst-clasi shop, and you aro
suro of rece'ivlnc llrst-clais troatment.
Ladlos' and children's hair cut or curled
aftor tho most approved styles, fc-10-tf
Dr. Lavarty, homooopathUt physi
cian, lalo of Shawnootown, has located In
this city nnd Intonds making it his homo
Tho doctor comes to Cairo well recom.
monded, aud refers to the ollicors of the I
First National bank of Shawnootown, to
whom bo Is well known, having practiced
his profc'sinn among thorn for years. Ho
solicits a fair share of tho patronage of !
our citizen". 7-120-tf -
P. Fitzgerald at bis rooms, corner
Fourteenth stroet nnd Commercial ave
nuo, oilers for talo Guinness' Porter &
Bass' ales and puro Uonnessy brandy,
and tbo genuine Angostura bitten, all
llnt-class cholora cures. Try them
Dr. W. R. Smith bai removed his of
tlco to the soeond story of Louis Herbort's
now brick building on Eighth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial avo
nues, where ho has u.oro eomfortablo and
commodious quarters, 8-10-tf
I). Artcr Iibs the largost and most
complote stock of harness, saddles, bridles
and strap goods in tho city which ho ibjs
be will sell at bottom price for cash and
cash only. 8-10-lm
Phil. U. Saup receivos ripe, luscious
grapes evory morning, fresh from tbo
wnoyard. Ho oilers thorn for lalo at
wholesale or retail, 102 Commercial
avonuo. 1 4-S-tf
II Alley- bai a lot of wood pumps and
ttlbing which ho offers extra low; call aud
seo thorn, ICS Wuhington avenue.
Hallcy will oti'or extra inducen.onts
for tho noxt il0daya,to ai to make room
for bli largo order of heating stove.
Ualloy'a aloek ut fruit cans la ttiu
largest In tbo market, and he has loads of
can wax. 7-29-1 tu.
Go to Halloy'i) for good stoves and
good bargains, lti& Washington avenue
Green wood fifty conts a load at tho
box factory. 7-30-.1W
COMHINNIUBf A JII rOHWABDIKU
JOHN II. PIILLIS & SON,
iHuocesaors to John 11. Phllha,)
DKALKHS IN UAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
AGENTS FOR LAFLIN AND RAND
Cob. Tenth Stiiret and Ohio Lkvkk
'MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ob FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Leveo. CAIRO. UJ.I.NOIS.
r. D. alATUtlSS.,
1 0 V1IL
MATUUSS Sc UHL
C 0 M M I 8 8 I ON M K 11 C HAN T8
JAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
W.M. II. WALKER k CO.,
(Late Walker .t Barry,)
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
KOK WALK or
Codntkv, Wkhteiin and Noktmekn
No. IS and 47 North Water Street,
EirSpi'dal attention given to ronaigii
meiita. s-in tf
H, I). AVKKri.
K. J. AIR
AY EltS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No, 7b Outo Lxvxk, Caibo. Ilu,
U ERMAN SCIIMETZSTOHKF,
(Successor to 11. Thltleeke.)
Ilsaltr tn All Klncla
HKTWKXN TXNTH AND K1.BVXNTI1 BTKKKT.
Having purchased tho proeeiy cstabll-li-rnent
of 11. Thleleckc, I shall always keep
on baud a lull and lreh supply of all the best
Koods in my line, to be found In the market.
By strict attention to business, aud fair deal
ing, I hope not only to retain all tbe riistom
the place lias enjoyed In the past, but to add
to the list many 'new patrons. Asking u
fair share or putiHc patronage,
Respectfully, 11 human SciiMjnzyioitKK.
II, A. Thorn' L. 1). 'I'homs
TIIOMS &. BROTHER,
SuccciQtrti to II. M.Hiilcn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
Nlaple nnd i'luiey Cirorerlea,
Foreign and Domestic
FEU-ITS JL2T1D 3STTJTS
134 Commercial Avenue,
CAIRO, - - ILLINOIS.
Corner Twelfth streot and Washington Avo
J. C. HUELS,
(Lato of St. Louis,)
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
BLANK BOOKS of every description done
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done at short notice. Bibles, .Music.
.Magazines and Periodicals bound neat aud
at the lowest possible rates'.
,ounly work, such as Records, Dockets
Fee Books, Blanks, otc, made a fpeclallty
Boxes, Pocket Books, Knvo lopes, etc
ii lo to order 11-24
WHITE COLLAR PLANING MILL
H WAI.TKK8, Proprietor,
HARD AitD SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
r"urnlib.t J on ahorleal nollo.
Commercial avonuo, between Tenth and
ItEMEMBKR. OH REMEMBER: t
hand opening at Kainbakeis'.Maminolh
Clothing House, nextThui'idav . Lare
stoK ; great bargains.
WILLIAM .1. ALLEN,
j ATTOHNNY AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. '
UUloeoer First National bank. a-lo-3in
SAMUKIi I'. WIIKELKK,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Ulllcc over First National bank. IM.VJm
OHEEN & QILHEUT,
COUNSELORS AT LA"W,
Willlain ll.Orecn, 1
William II Ollberl, Y OA1KO, II.I.lNOIH.
Miles F. Ollhert, J
aWBpMKl attanlioo Kl'ao to Adralialt, aad
orriOH ouioLBVis,Booua 7 and 8ovib
oitt national have.
John 11. Mulkcy. Wlllam C. ilulkcy
MULK1JY ,V SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Olllcc, rear rooms over Hannon's bonk
NO. 1124 COMMERCIAL AVKaTUK,
Between .Seventh aud Eighth streetn.
KNTAOI.IN1IKII IN IV." 0
By members of the society ol
Jesus, and Incorporated liy an act ol the
atato legislature lu 1K12, It has experienced
uninterrupted success, and continues, to of
for tho student ocry facility lor acquiring
Clnaalrnl nml Commercial ttliuatluu
Bulletins are sent three times a year to
the parents or guaidl.ni of the students to
inlorm them ol the conduct, health and
Iniprrovement of their sons or ward. An
experienced physician dally lslhj tbo lu
atltutlon. and the greatest caru aud atten
tion arc bcitoived on the ilok.
, TKKMS :
Hoard aud tuition, per session, ten
'J'he next scssiou begius ou September 1,
Catalogues containing Instructions to par
ents, and full nartlculars. will he sent free
on application to
Rev. J.G. Zealand, S.J..
PresldcutSt LotiN University, at. Louis,
iil.iourJ "f it d.tw lu
HYLAND & SAUEH,
AND DBALXUfl IN
CHOICE FRESH MEA'S
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Corner 10th stroet and Commercial aVeuu
next door to the HyUnd saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND DEM, hit IN
Kioiitii St n i it, Bktwkin WAautNOToa
AdJotulnB BI'.tnboaa. nd Haunr 'el
Kep the Lost or Baol, Pork, Mutton Vl.l
l.snib, Sauaaa, to., and ara prepared to aart.l
ouisna in we raoai agcepfaoia uiaDner,
(Successor to James Kynastou,)
UUTCIIKR AND DXALBH IV ALL KINDS Oil
COKNBIl NlNETENTII AND l'OrLAK 3TB.,
Buys and slaughters only the best cattle.
uogs anu sneep, anu is prepareu to nu anyi
jeumnu ior iresu meats irom one pounu to i
ten tnousanu pounus.
AND DEALER IN
ALL KINDS OV FUB3I1 MEATS
Stnr i'ir. Ttveiitlelh Nlrtel himI Com
llnys and shtightcrs only the best Cattlej
iIol's and .heeo. ami Is lirrnsreil tn till oil
Icrsfor Fresh .Meats from one to ten thob.i
land poiinds. 7-Ktl 1
On Klglith Street, llween Conunoruial au-l Waali I
DKICD Aiaouua, lauaur rwaiTiai
NEW MILLINERY 0OOUS
LATKttT Rl'BINQ AND HUMMKH HTTLBS,
Uasldss a lull line of
I Trimmed and untrimmad.l
KIlKNOU FLOWK1UJ. RIBIIONd, TRIHUINOl
of all kloda, L,aoe, eic alo.
Mra. McOae haa alao a lar(( Miortment
Kane; Articlai.sucb aa
1,B6KW,BAHHi81 JTANB.I ""T"1
And all other articles uauallj found In a
FIRST-OLASS MILLINERY flTOW
Mn. McGee, In addition to her atoc i
Kaney ana tiuwoiy uooui, nas a one
nmtiete aasoruuuui oi (.incinnau uu
made Ladies nd Misses' Shoel tad
,iMni haou. aJiauK anu in uomrm. I
.-.nlrnowlodiiod to be the tlnaat and'
ever lu tne uiaraut, ana inn if ut
notllt tne wr vuai laaneiutni t ipe