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Wa.rut Mnbtorlbe r-s not rrvclv
tag their pnprra rrirulnrljr lu rrinrt
tftq fact im this omen, cither iirrsoii
11 or by l'otlnl 'ar!.
Pofelltuillitn Ofller, Jtallvlln ItnlM.a. r
WmhlBCton At rune.
Mrnd sisr mailer ii csrrr ".i.
llSISOTlfTBAL K U
BlRBtr Mile the HbutlMl Itnnlo :
TO SO?. XiOTTIr -!
NO OQANOK OF CAES !
yrtoM cum o
ST. LOUIS OK CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CUANGK 0 OAttH
OM OA! HO HI
riMlBMll, UllanspolU, Tota-lo,
patron, CUftUud, ISiaijAra Ku.
Boflalo, FiiUbuig. Wt.li.nnton.
Baltimore, iPhlladalpwa, bw fork.
Boston and all point. eat.
ttlwaaaia, JiDMfUle, MaJlim.
LaCrot.a, Bt.ranlaoJ all potnt. north.
sjbu I. ! the only dit-ct rr.utno
Dtoatnr, nioomlngton, Kpnngold,
Pterla, Uulnct, Keokuk,
Vusltorton; Keck lalsnd, 1-a
M.ndou, Dtion, rreeporl,
talana, Dubuque, fiom Oil;,
OmtLa and all point. &urttitl,
Ktatafil Dravrlng Hoom Sleeping Car
On nil Night Train.
Baua ChKkfrci to all Important points.
For tlektu uid information, apply to I. C. ILF
depot at Urol oo board tne lria.it .learner b
tu Oolnmbm and Cairo, arid at tne pnnci
rallto.! ticket ofBcM throughout lh .outh.
W. P. JOUNsON, 0n'l rat. A"l. Chicafo.
a. MwcitlLLtOro'l Bup't. Cliloao.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE 01' TIME.
PaMcncer trains on the llllnol. Central
bange time to-day. From ami alter '.':1U
p in. to-day traln w III run as follows :
Jtrprtss, dally . . . .1:05 n.'m.
Mall, cept Sunday ....n:ir. a. m.
Express '.. 2:0 P.m..
Mall, dally except Sunday ..11:55 p.m.
cairo. arkansas and tkxas r. r.
On and alter Monday, Am; 11. Is7.1, Uuln
will run dally, except Sunday, between
Gr-nntleld's landing ami Riddles, Mlsoiul.
Leare Greenfield's at G.n:. p.m.
Arrhe nt Dexter at Hi: W a.m.
Arrlt cat Riddle at lL'JU n.m.
Leave Riddles nt 1:20 p:m,
Arrive at Dexter at 1:12 p.m.
Arrive at Oreentlcld's at rr.M) u.m
Leave UreeutloUV at 11:10 tun.
Arrive at Charleston at Kr.SO n.m
Leave Charleston at :M a.m
Arrive at Greenfield's at :) a.m
THE CAIKO AND VINCKNNKS
SU0BTE3T ROUTE FROM CAIRO
Cleveland, Js'lagra Full",
I'lilludelnnl.t. New Vnrk.
uoton ana an r.tern I'oiiiik,
CHANGE OF TIM B.
On and alter Tuesday, July 1, IbTD, trains
will run as follow ;:
Going north leaves Cairo nt 1:00 a.m.
Qoln touth arrUcs nt Cairo at. . . . UMO p.m.
M0TJNB CUV ACCOMMODATION.
Leave Cairo nt....ll: a.m. :tnd li;00p.ui.
Arrives at Cairo at. .8:00 a.m. and l:':j r.m.
The cxprons train north arrlvoi at In.
cennes at liviO iuu., making direct eniii'
tlon at 12:30 p.m. ,wltlj t do Inili.inapolU .itid
Vlncennes rullioad for lndlan.ipolb, tlm
(Teat railroad centre, from which point
truiun aro departing at all hours 1 r all
volnls In too Lulled States and Canada. .At
Ji'W p.m. with tho l.'vnnsWIla hihJ Crai.
I n'lllc railroad, for 'i'erra Hnii', linlU
nei'Oiiv, Chicago, Datnllle nnd nil points
norm, via tuo terra Haute, l.;i'su'o ninl
Chluogo ruilroad, and eat via tli.
line, and Indlanapolit and St. I.ou
At 1:55 ! in with the Ohio and 'ip,)i
jallroad, fur Cincinnati, l.oulst'lll -, a;.ii all
pomti cut, via Cincinnati.
Fasfcngers going by thl rotiu are jtl. -cd
In lnJianapolla,Ciuclunutl, Lnuu He, ,tw
York, Ilottu, I'hlbdelpliia, ."..tlt'ntire,
Vuhington, and ah pter. po:nJ, rte.Mi
Lours lu advance of any "itr route.
Express train make jtiue "on L'ldo
rauo with St. Lo Jis and s-DUilieas'irn iai!
way, lor St. 1ju1, Jit. Veu.u Jill", im,
Hhawneetown, nnd all polu.r ttwcun .
r&do and St. LouU,
At 'orrl C.ty makes cioe conucitlon
for Springtleld, JtocU lUud, nnd all pint
on Sprjngtield and lllinol. bouthcaleru rail
way and connection.
At CarmI with St. LouU, Kvanfcvlllc, Hen
denon and Nashville railway line, lor Jit.
Vurnon (IndUra), EvannvllK lionderwiii
(Kentucky;, Naslnlllh (TunnefKe ), and ml
point! on St. L., K., U. and N. railway uiki
lli.-glge checked to all Important points.
l3Tf'or tickets and Information apply at
the ticket office, corner Seventh ctrect and
Commercial avenue, Cairo, JlllnoI.
Jjtu. Lrt, riup't. Cuas. O. Wood,
Oen. 1'an'r and Ticket Ag't
B. t . IiCHNUUB, Agent, Cairo.
LOCAL EAT1IKR UEl'UKl .
U. H. Sio. Sir., obskkvkh's Office.
Cairo, Augu.f-'O, ls73, lmii p.m.
Thermometer 78 degTtcs.
vuja, calm, velocity 0 miles
Mixlmum Uiaperatura last ti hours, 87
..u.u wmperature, last U hours, 00
i-reramuK wina iat 51 ioun. .mithoi
foul BUiubcr of mile, trNeiod during Ubt
'H iiourr, 03,
Edwin Oakland. Dimmer
Uackt lor the Cairo, Arkan-an and l uxa
railroad, starting lrom White A Ureer'
tore, comer of Sixth Urcet and Ohio lcee
run as follows:
Leave at . . 8 a.m
Arritnlncltyut 10 a.m.
" " fcp.ra,
6-e tl John MKVKits, Agent,
iUgular boardcm at tho European hotel,
Harry Walker proprietor, receive board at
the rat of tiQ per month. Wo-tf
Fine white j single and double X amher
Ingle and double X Canary, bett rjuullty ol
Hunilla, blue letter, etc., etc. W,wj for
ale, prlnUd at 3 60 to 6 60 per thoutand,
at tho Uuu.ETiN Office.
Parties wishing goods sold at auction,
nlll please bring tbo sarno to my auction
room, No. 105 Commercial avenue, on or
tafora Thursday evening of each week,
M I tball (ell on Friday of each week in.
Ud of Saturday as heretofore.
Theonlr Uccoiod auctlonaer in the city,
At lliu rutuloncrt of mother on
Hervntli street, yesterday afternoon,
Henry Harris, oi typlioid pneumonia
Funeral takes plare nil Friday afternoon
edne'dsy morning Augusts, leTJ,
Lulu, da filter of F.W. mid M.I. flurry,
ago 4 years, 7 montli and - days. Fu
neral Uavcs residence mi Ninth itreut be
tween AVlnm and Olar at H o'clork p
m., on regular Irnln.
Cairo. August 'Jl, 187J.
Tho l.'olta .Social club room, tii!BbU
't ofil'.f, fli'ft floor, loutti fidftof Thk
1 I VllTtV l.nlliltni. Kri.iillru kt till. of.
I huehy forbid hit peron from ."oiling
anytlilng to luy wife on toy crodit. I
will pay no such dubu. 1 will furnish hur
wth all noceuArict uiv((ll'.
SlMi. A"M. IvESDAI i.
FOR COUNTY TREASUUEU.
EniTon or Tun llui.Lr.TiN You will
pleafB annonuco my namo m tbo poople'a
catulldHto fot county treasurer, nt tho on
filing Novtttnbor election. Intending and
desiring to icrvo tho people, I. hope to Lit
elected by the peoplo.
S-20td William M vkti.
On .Monday morning last, in the pol-
ctlico, oron Wnihlngton nvonuo, a mum-orandum-hook,
containing n letter und
one or two moni--rdor, which re of no
vnluo except to rnc. I will pay a suita.
bio reward for rfturn of book ami contents
tO thil 0fi'lC- (.KOIIMK ltt'llN!.
FOR SAL I!
Or oxchange for Cairo city property. Tho
grocery sloro at tho corner of Sixth street
and Vahington avenue. Tho cutabluh
mont i doing a good nnd paying businots
and will bo disposed of nt n bargain
Reasons for wishing to sell out satlsfacto
rily o.xplniiiod to uny ono wishing to pur
chaso. For further pHrtlcnlnrs impilro or
tho premies. f.jOtf
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
A raro chance i. ouerod to eonio tnnn
with money to invest in good psyinj;
property in tho most desirablo part of tho
city. Two lots, 60 feet front on tho avo
nuo. hotuo .1 stories. Two larco stores
can bo fitted up on tho first floor, tlm up
per itorie are woll arranged for otilcos or
dwollings. For furthor particulars on
nulrn of John O. HahmaK & Co.,
li.f-tf Real Etato AgenU, Cairo, Ills
READ Til IS.
On nnd after August 1, I intend to do a
strictly cash business, except with thosu of
tny ciwtomets whnsettlo promptly on tho
first of ovory month. All old accounts
and notoi In my hands which aro not
si-tUod very soon, I shall advnrtUa and aoll
at vmbllo venduo. D. Aiitkh.
Caiko, July 20, 1S7'..
Mil. MAX JlOLLKl!.
COMPKI'KNT 1'IANO TUNER AND
Ilaj located in tho city. Contructs mndo
for tuning pianos by tho yenr, or other
wise, to suit tho owner, l'artios desiring
tn purcliHM) or uxclmngo pianos would do
well .o f ,!! on Jlr. Jinx Honor hoforo nc-
pnllnliinr. IVrnnd hand nlanni for sllln or
rant. Order may Jbo left t l'aul G.
Schuh's drug store, Commorcinl avenue,
Cairo. Illinoi... Max Roi.r.r.n.
Kberilf lrvin has gono to Springflold.
Mr. Jatnoi Ilell of Ullin, was in town
Mr. Frank Sarien i. very ill with
Frank S. Roberts of Augusta, Geor
gia, was a guest at tlm St. Charles yettor
! 1. Farnbakor A: Son open their mam
moth clothing house this morning, Call
round and suo them.
Mr. Oitnter, u loading dry goodii mor-
cbatitat Dongola, wss in tho city jostor
day. a guest at tho St. Charles.
County Attorney Pope, Jr., U at
homu safe and sound. Ho is in' excellent
health and weighs eleven pounds.
Mr. John P. Holey Rnd D. T. I.lue-
gar, Eq,, have lormeu ft coparinoraMp
lor tbo purpose of -'preserving onions,'.
Thoy will use lleloj's patent,
Mr. Fames of tbo hub lactory, has re-
t jrned from his northern trip, and brought
with him a wife in the parson nf Miss
Case, lato a toucher in our public schools.
Mr. Levy, brother of H. Levy of thi.
c ty, nrrived in this city from Denver on
I'uesday evonlng. Denver is a good plaio
f jr tlioiu who liko It, but Cairn U good
oiough for him,
Among the Humes registered at tho
St. Charles yesterday wo uotlced tho fob
lowing; W. AV. Todd, Jonoiboro, llll
cols, E. Eitii, DuQuo u 11 inols, aid
Jui. George, Uellevillo, llliuois.
Mr F D. Ri'x'ord of tho St. Charles
hotel, left yesterdsy by tho steamer llulle
Memphis fur St. Louis. Ho will return
Saturday, provhWd tho boat doos not run
aground before she reaches St. Louis.
Young Henry Harris, who has hcen
lying very sick at his mother's residence
o'j Seventh street for fevornl weeki", died
yesterday afternoon at a quarter pait
o'c'ock. Young Hrris whs a nativo born
Ca rolto, and was woll nnd favorably
known to all our citizens. The funeral
will take place Friday afternoon at
Sutntnerwoll has the contract f. r
building tho scatlold and enclosuro in
which Campbell Is to be hanged. The
building will bo 00 feet long by 25 feet
wide, aud instead of a drop tho prisoner
will bo drawn up. Work on tin scMl'old
and tncloiuro will bn commenced on Mon
day, or i soon as the lumber which has
been orelered arrives. ,A lull description
of tho scatl'old will bu publislmd ui soon at
it ii tbupUted,
CA1K0 AILY PPIiKTlN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1873
AVo railed on Dr. (I. E Douglas',
dentist uf ibis city, a few das siLco, nnd
was shown thmugh his Mnu rooms, and
the operations in tho various depart
ments, politely oxpNiued to us by th
proprietor, This establishment is com
plete to th most minuto particular. His
Implemi-n'.'. furniture, otc , aro of tlm la
test Inrentioni itnd furnished in tho high
oil tU'grea of perfoction. The chair In
which the patient lit during thu Interest
ing proco. of tooth extraction, is
flno afl'air, ij tho firnplo movement
of a wheal crank or pulley !
tho operator, it may bi transposed into a
courh on which tlic patient reclines Hl full
length on volvel I'luhion?, And it may
be to arMngod that tho liht may be
caught frcm any position, ,11 1 Is so Cn
that It U t tv'iiptu'.lua for ono to hnvi
thoir tr-eth dott-rjO. T' . otQ t is well
worth .ts Mi from anyone. t.:i J mut lo
sen to bo npprecbtel or underktood. We
will not attempt to OtcriLw hi. manner uf
manufacturing laughiug gfi, nor his
vnricui implements uicd In lllling tioth,
becamoiMi cannot ruuiembcr the uninci'.
but the doctor i hlwny. plcwd to de
scribe them to bin lLitorf.
1 . a i
tor several unjs pan the rem.sins rf
a wnuo mnti hnvo boon Inylug on thn san.l
unr opposite this cits . Who he Is or how
im camo ttiore is not positively Unowrj!
out n is saui tuat on last Sntnrdny nh'ht r
man madu an attempt totenl n i-kill from
.no of thu Hih boats laying on tho bank.
just above wlmro th bodv now lu.
ana unit tho owner nf ilw, mr .i.n.
him : that tlm would. 1, .L-iir it.s.r
lown along tho rivr ind foil down kh,1
uieu irom tno ellecti of tho shot, ut
Jt. 1 . . .
HVuning a nuuiher of our citizen- otIVrcd
to pay any ouo who would go over and
give tno corp.o n decont burial, an.l it is
to say tno least, very utr.nigo that thoy
i.mouoi ovioro tins taken it upon their.
soivcs to ce that it waf put under the
-icstoruay was a bad das for (loirs
The city dog-slayors were out in force nnd
u scoro or moro of tho worthless curs that
hkso now led about thoatrcou for the last
two or throe months wero sent to their
last accounts. It is honed .i... hi uu i..,..,.
will not stop until ovory dog in the cltv
npon which tax lias not been paid will
havo boon sent to that "bourne from
whonco worthless dogs novnr return.
Jutt arrived and opened lor inspec
tion, and will be sold low for cash, an as
sortment of line ready made clothinc,
clothing that you do not usuully seo lu
this market. Flno material, well made,
woll trimed and the best of stylo. Call
and seo it at tho teniplo of fashion., No.
73 Ohio levee. Joii.i A Minus.
The aisrm uf (he ,nt njKht whs op-cnsioi.i-d
by tho ploiun of a xal oil
lamp in tlu, Arlington housi-, corner ol
Seventh stri-ct and Commercial nvetiuo.
A buckut of water whi thrown on it,
which caused tho llamc to truii tul
iur n lew ininuios moro was every pros
pect for a first-class flrn. ft wis cxtin-
giii.shi-J, hutv'vr, ivtfi hot nljgfit dnm-
Tho Egyptian base b.ill club l not
satisllod with tno minner In which tho
S tmo played In this city on Tupsday t-jr-mir.atod.
They buliuvo that thu game
should h.svu bon decideil n draw, and
they havo g.od grounds for tho bollof.
Thu Cairo scorer now says that he made
ainlstakoby whiuli tho K;.vptlan were
beat out of one run.
Wanted Pigeons, In Io'.h not lois
than uto do.vjn, delivered r.t Pat. Fitz
gsrald's xMiiplc. oomj, comor of Four
tfconlh treet and Coiinnrc'::,) nvontie, f
whirhciuh will ho raid at tho rate ot
$ 1 50 pr doion. Tho birds aro f jr tho
Cairo City Shooting club. S-'.'O-Ct
Wo understand that Mr.Ja. Rons of
thi city rfpuntly had a car of nut coal
hippo I to him, and when tho ooul arrived
hor tho f.-night on it was morn than tho
col was worth to him. lin turned the
coal over to tho company fo tho freight
A coinmuuicH.l'n frcm "Ag'ialativo''
I reply to tho anlnln in yesterday morn-in'-'s
Hillf.uk, vi.8 recolvad yoterdv,
and for want of liandi' had to bo held ovtr
for Friday' iiui3.
Tho Ohio and Mississippi rivers aro
both gettiug down to low water, and boats
Und it difficult to navigate tlu latter
abovn this point.
-Huslncss on tho levoo yosterj-iy was
just niodcraluly active.
Tlm barber .hop Is on ,tho corner of
Eighth stroot and Commercial avenue
where J. Goorgo Stienhouso with his gen
tlemenly assistants can be found at uny
hour of tho day or night, ready to southo
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a llmt-clats hop, and you aro
sure of reeeivini: llrnt-cluss treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
after thu most approved stylos. 8-10-tf
Dr. Lavarty, homoeopathic phy.i.
clan, lato of Shawneotown, has located In
this city and inioads making it his Lipmu
Tho doctor comoa to Cairo wull recom
mended, and refers to tho otlleors of the
First National bank of Shawneotown, to
whom hu is well known, having practiced
his profession among them for years, He
solicits a fair sharu of the patronage of
P. Fitzgerald at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth street and Commercial ave
nue, oilers for sulo Guinness' Porter A
Unit' ales and puro Honnessy brandy,
and the genuine Angosturo bitters, all
flrst-class choWra cures. Try them
Dr. AV. R. Smith has removed his of
flco to tho socond story of Loul Herberts
now brick building on Eighth street, bo.
twoen AVasbington and Commercial ave
nues, where ho bus moro eomforublo and
commodious quarters. MO-tf
I). Arter has the larger and ino.t
complete stock of haruets, i Jdles, bridles
and strap goods in tho city uich ho soya
he will sell at bottom prim for cash and
cub only 8-10-lm
The next regular coinuiunlcallon of
Delta Lodjn No ROa, A. F., and A. M.,
Hill bo held at .M motile hall, this (Thurc-
dy) evonlng at 7J o'clock, Visiting
brolbeis cordially invited to attend.
V. A SLOo, Secretary.
Phil. II. Sniip receives ripe, luscious
grapes ovory tnortiing, fresh Irom the
innyatd. Ho oilers thntii for salo nt
wholesale; or retail, 102 C'ommerpial
Ilallcv has a lot of wood pumps and
tubing which hu oilers oxtra low; call and
leothom, IDS Washington avonuo.
Ilnlloy will oiler cxtrft itiduconicnts
for tho next ;!0dfiys,sn as to miko room
for Ills large order of hoaling Stove'.
Halles'is .loch of fruit rnns 1 tho
largest in the market, and he ha? loads ol
can wax. i-SD-lin.
Go to llnlloy'a for good stoves Htid
good b.irgnlti", ir,A Washington nenue
Or"otiood tlrty cent, n load at tho
box fuptorv. 7-:t0.nw
Aor'.-.OmrF. C. & V. Jl. R,
Oaiuo, Ills., July 20, l87;t. (
For tho accommodation of tho citizens
of Cairo, tho Mound City aeeommodftliuu
train will on and after Monday, July -ti,
ltop m follows- At Fourteenth -treel
Twentieth street, Twenty-tlfth rtreet
Thirty-fourth ctreet, and tho crossing o
tho lIHnsiK Central railroad. No one
will be permitted on tho train without a
ticket. Faro between Seventh street sta
tiou and Illinois Central railroad crossing
and intermediate points, live cents.
Tickets good for twenty lares can be pur
chased at the ticket otlice, corner nf iov-
otitis street, for ono dollar, lVsonger
will not be permitted to got oil' or on tin
train at any point? other than the above.
Cn.v.s. f). Wood,
Gen 1. Passenger and Ticket Agt.
PROCEEDINGS IN THE PRORATE
Probile court, Judgo F. RroBi prcsid
ing, convened at ! o'clock yesterday
morning. Tho following business was
Fred Hcncamp, In jail under bonds to
keep tho poace. Ferdinand Koehler and
John Petrie appearod and became securi
ties for said Uoncamp, in tho sum of $Q
Rotid accepted and prisoner ndcHsed.
Estnto of .Martin Kgvi deceased. 1).
J. llaker, administrator. Final report;
ituppearing that tho personal aMMs have
been cxhnu.tud, and tho xstnte is the
homestead of tho widow nnd minor chil
dren of tho docossod, und that thero nro
no olhor anali to pay thu debts of said
estate, otc, thereforo said estute is do
clared insolvent. Report approved
and due notice given to the
heirs of sniJ duceised of Uic
intended application for a ultchi.rgo of
said administrator; hu is therefore dis
charged from all further linbilitie-.
Estato of WillUm White, deceased. D.
J. Dakar, administrator ndmittoi proof of
notice to tho boirs of itpplicutloii for final
discharge. Notice approved ami said ad
E'tatu of Tuploy White, deceased. E
Smalllng, administrator. Ordered that
Hiram Dotiton, John McCrite aud John
Moody aro hereby appointed appraiser.
to value and appralso tho goods and chat
ties of said Taploy AVhita deceased.
Eitato of Donia llro-se, dectasod. Sarnk
L. Ilryo'o, ndmlniitratrix. Petition for
l-attir. Petition and lund ennrnincd, ap
proval aud ordered rocordod, and lottors
of adiuinistration ordored to iiiio on ap
plicant taking propiir oath, etc.
Ejtate of .Michael Murphy, deceased.
Mary Murphy, administratrix. Petition
aud bond examined, approved and ordered
recorded ; and further ordered that Int.
t;rs of ndmitiUtration Utti on
applicant taking propor oath, otc. In tho
samo estato it was ordered that R. Fitz
gernld, A. A. Arrick and William Jlar
un are horohy appointed appraiiorj to
value and nppraiso tho goods and chattels
of Michael Murphy, d(CiiHcd, an.l that
proper wm lanl i:iio.
Guardianship of Mary J. and John
Denton, minor heirs of John Denton, de
ceased. Jhn Brown, guardian. Said
guardian appeared and submitted his ro-
pirt, which was duly examined, approved
andordurod recorded. It appearing that
s.id .Mary J. Donton has arrived ut hor
majority, said guardian was dischargod
from further liabilities as regard caul
Guardian. hip uf Martin .Mnsty, minor
heir of Isaac .Massy, deceased. Oreon
Massy gunnlinri, continued to next term.
Guardianship of Eliza AVubkiiig, John
F. Wubking, and Elir.abeth AVubking.
Lucinda Walker and John Walksr, gur
diuii!. Guardians' report, said rporl ox.
amlned, approel and ordorel reco'dod,
Guardianship of Isaac II. Lee, minor
heir of Elisba O. Loo, deceased. Jus. II.
Penning, guardian. Report examined,
approved and ordored roco7ded.
LETTER FROM COLORADO.
Colokado Srin.vos, August 13, 1S73.
To bo candid I have not forgotten you,
but 1 wanted to write you as favorublo a
roport of this country as posslblo, aud I
havo been waiting to sea what I could seo
before doing so. As to my health, I ntn
mproving Mowly, and gaining in rb'sh
at. This is undoubtedly a healthy cli
mate. Tho mornings and nights are al
ways cool, rendering covers of nights noc
oiary to sloop warm ; but we havo no
air, as in the stslos. 1 ho days aro at warm,
at least the middle of tho days, as thero,
tut alwayi, a pleasant breeze. Farthor up
in tho mountains tires night and morning
aro necesary to koep ono warm. Colo
rado springs is sltuatod'at tho base of
tho Rocky mountains, is a pretty town,
improving fast, and numbers about
li.ooo Inhabitants. Fivo miles up what is
called tho Uto Pass, are tho celebrated
soda s rings, wh'ro thoro Is a llttlo town ,
MiinitAi, MAn tt,.u urn inrnrnl nmtnn '
dious hotels for the accommodation of th.i
tliouiands uf invalids and visitor, who
fli OHIO LEVEE, SECOND DOOR ABOVE TIUST NATIONAL BANK.
ItEMKMRKR ! OH, REMEMBER !
AUE AVLLAT PEOPLE ARID LOOKIN YOl , XOW-A-DATS.
JL is our determination to lu'ej) tho largest slock of lino clothing, gen I a' furnishing
tioods and hats over brought to Cairo, direct from our resident partner ami buyer in New
York. An advantage no house in Southern Illinois can boast of. I'enieinber, "goods
well bought fire half sold." We have another great adva'ntage buying in larger iian
titics than any house in Cairo having two stores in this part of the country.
The above advantages, together with the determination to sell more jroods and give
better bargains than any house in Cairo. Low expenses and close attention to business,
we hope, will merit the patronage of those who wi-di to procure tin outfit well made, ami
cut in the latest style at figures that will satisfy the purses of both rich and poor.
As fast as the latest styles shell appear in New York city, we shall introduce them
to our Cairo patrons, direct from our senior partner residing in that city. Another fea
ture which we shall introduce into our business:
ONE PHICE THE HONEST PEICE.
"Down with High Prices and ?ive the Public Value Received."
All we ask of you, reader, is an examination of our stock, to convince you that what
you have read is as "true as d'ospel." One price. I'olite attention to all.
DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES,
AND - L
Give the Public Value Received
1. I'ARXRA K VAX, New York,
SOL. FA UN HAKE K, Cairo.
com to seek seek health and pleasure. '
Pike's I'cak Is in J'ght, the summit of
which is yot covered with snow. It ! 7'
milos from tho base to tho top of this
monarch of hills. Parties daily go to its J
Diimmll, but it takes two days to perlarm
the journey. Half way up thoru is a half- j
way house, whoro you havo to slop over
night on your return. Gna Frost, Amos (
youngest sod, was up ono day last week
with a party of young ladles and gentle- ,
men, and speaks of tho rcenery as beauti- j
ful. Near the top is n benutiful lako, In i
which aro abundant trout; tho canyons that
lead down from It aro full of snow, ice and ,
frost, that be.trow thu sides of tho rocks, j
It snow, up tburo two or throo times n
week. I shall nut attempt its ascent un-i
til I am able to do so, as it is a toilsome ;
trip. 1 have paid two vhit. to some of
thu attractions to bo found in tbo hilli I
tho Garden of tho Gods, Glen Eyrie, otc.
Tho Garden of tho Gods consist of threw
monstrous rocks that rise to tho hoight of
loO fuet, and look as though the least pun"
of wind would topple them ovor upon you,
and you hruatho moro freuly when you
have .afoly passed tberu. Thosoia springs
aro al.o a groat curiosity. Thoy bubhlo
up by tho dozens from the ground, cool
and delicious, .imilar to the bottle soda
mado in the states.
I cannot snv that I should liko to live
out my days her. Ono has to put up with I
a great manj Inconveniences. Thero is '
no fruit hero; California furnishing all
t int is mod. which Is too high to bo in-
dulled In to a very groat extent; but it if
very line. Grooorlos nr very little denrcr
thm in tho states; dry goods as chonp.
Flour cheaper, t 6o aud $1 por hundred, ;
and tho finest article of the Mud J ever j
This country is now overrun with emi
grants, and a groat many aro returning.
A great' many como hero with
thu expectation of making a for
tune in a yoar or two, which
is simply noneetiso. A man has to work
at tlrst, but by industry ho can soon place
lilnnelf in a position to tako it easy.
With a liltlo capital to specu
l.lu with ho need not work
at all. AVo oipoct to start a hen
ery next year, as that is undoubtedly tho
business to tako in the money. Thure aro
so many hotels around here nnd so many
vititoithat young chickens and eggs aro
always in demand and scarce. Tho for- j
mor now command h dollar n piece and j
the uttur suventy-llva cents per do.on a j
gi" I price to soli at, but 1 shouldn't want i
to t ly at that. Ueforo I would pay that
1 .uld content mysolf with photographs
of both chickons nnd eggs
Tho thing 1 miss most is something to j
read, and I would bo obliged if you would i
ssiid me a weekly Uullktin occasionnlly.
I will return tho favor and fond you a ,
Denver pspor as I can get hold of one, j
from whioli you can learn how peoplo ,
live bevond the croat desert. If I wero
only ablo to ride 1 would bo up in tho
. . t.M 1,... Tlnely
mountains uuis uu,
mountain sheep and goats. Tho bears
cctne down Into tho vulluys in tho fall nd
J. Fmmbaker Sjf Son.
winter to feed. Tho lr.dmtu aro now
Vilot, but they r, vo abfut u g.u deal . a
lizy, louzy, dirty, t-iflnig -et ere tho-a
peoplo In the states, who aroc itmuatly
harping about the cruellies J.r ., . A co
the "nohlo red men," to seo f em in nil
their ways, it w.iu. l take tho tnputhy
for the race out cf thorn intUntei
J L. F.
iMi vmi i.v.vn.
a. jTuo'i:, m.T.,
Ollice over 'I limns A llro.'r. grocct; '.ure.
No. I.'tl Commercial acmie, cornrr' L,gh...
Mret. Itr ideiieo corner Wn'uilt und
Diin. a ta1IkIi
Will resume tho practico ol his profc'lon
with cupeilal reference to tho electnrs,
treutmeul ol dlseares In all tho uc .v ami lm
proved methods of application.
In all oii-fs of female eompluli.t a ady
will be In attendance.
Olllco, 1!W Commercial avenue, up stalrn.
It. H. UltlG HAM, .M. I T
Homu pntlilc physl iau and niretin. Of.
tlcc l.'i'l Cuinuierclal aM'iitie, Residence
corner of Klux cutli and Cedar Mriei-.
Ollice and Residence 111 Comniercial ave
nue, luexi uoor to the Atheneuui).
WILLIAM H. y.MlTH, A. D.
RIWIIlE.NUK-No. 21 Trurteenlb trert, bo
twireii Wlmiton aienueaaj Walnut tret.
tttice IJ'. Corniuerc'lalarrnue, up tlr.
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RKHII)KNClV-")mrNir,th arid Walnut i,
OIIh'b comer tslxtl- ireei and Ohio Itch.
jllicc. tioiira from n a.m. tn 11 in., ami V p.tn
l)H. (i. K. DUl'GLAK,
A con-taut Mipply of puro Nitron,, Oxide
Oa, for tho painless extraction of teeth, at
the Dental Rooms ol Dr. Doiil;1.i, Micccnr
to Dr. A. M. All-tin, Klu'hth (.treet. n-ltl
CAIRO CITY COAL
prjvsrt I to Jiippiy otiit'j-nsr
PITTSIUJRG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS loft at llalliday llron. olllco, e
onto LKVKit, or at tho Coal Yard below the
St. Charlos Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. Tho Tna "Montauk" will tiring coal
lonirbln to "teamcr at nv hour r
il. SirauU, A. Dettlnirer.
I. W. .STHAl'TZ
HOOT and SIIOK MAKERS
ElOtlT Sl RKKf AND CoMMKIUHAL A VKNUB
All kimU of hoota and -hoos inuilo to or
der on short notice, and In the latest aud
most fu.hlonable styles, Ladles boots, shoes
aud ifalturs a speciality. b-'i-tf
I'll, I. menu
!iILLLJ AliD HALL
HARRV AVALKKR IV p r
I (JAIHO AND I'ADUt'AIf
I't.v MfL.llJ (f.l,ipr
Duk Fowlkk, Captain
Leaven Cairo DAILY, (Sunday uxucptutl) at
I p.m Fur freight opas-sgo apply on boat or
to Jas. MaLLOHY, Ag't.
WINFN JkltU MltUDllM.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Alio, kp con.tantlr on hand a most oomi
Piute .took of
BOOTOII AWD IKIBII WniHItlBS
-fj 1 N H,
l'ort, Madorla, flhorryand Catawba AVlnes.
R. Smith (c Co. Bre ult-o ngenta for Spen
cer. .YicKni .V-Co 'h l'ltlaburi: ulc.of wlilrh
larL'o block 'U kont j'onstantlv on hand at
I.ynrin lllodgntt, dufendant, Is notllled
that on July 'Jl, lh73, .Mary Jl. lllodget'
complainant, Hied her bill in chancery,
lu tho Alexander county circuit court, Hate
of Illinois, for divorce, mid that said ult l
now pending In ald court. That thereupon
a summons was Issued out nt the clerk's
ollice of s ild court against you, returnable
on the fourth Tuesday In July, 187U, toTa
icriiinl cild court, then tube holdcn at the
court-house lu Cairo, In ald county aud
mate.. Dated July 2M, 187.1.
llKt'iiKij s. VocuM.Chrk.
Samuel P. Wheeler.