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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R
1M aUie tke HkortMt Ronte
( rnr nTTTH A tf3 O
Ittffatr II" " Knnfr
' TO ST- LOUIS
MO CBANGB OF OARS
FROM Oil KO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OAKS
OM CAIRO TO
Oiaelntall, 1-tlanapolls, Toledo,
Detroit, 01Telnd, r K.lli
Bo0J. iHUbuix, WwhlnxtOD.
Baltimora, '.rhlladMpbla, New York,
Doilon and ill point fast.
Mllveuklt, JannTille, Madls'o,
LaOrosst, St, rul and ill point uortb.
Thli It also th tmlr dlrtct rout to
Deaatir, Moomlngtoa, NpriDftrtd,
Peoria, Uutncf, Ifookiik.
Burliagtoa; Kock Island, I.a Salle,
Mandota, Imon, Fifepori,
tlAlcDe, Dubuque, Mioiu City,
Omabe and all points northwest,
Elegant Drawing Boom Sleeping Cm
On all Night Trains.
Bifgac Checked to all Important points.
For ticket and information, apply to I. 0, H.H
depot at alroi on board tne transit steamer be
! Oolurabus and Cairo, and at tne prlncipa
railroad ticket offices throughout the south.
W. P.JOHNSON, Oen'l put. Ag'l. CMotfO.
a. Mutaui, Oen'l. Bup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CI1AN0K OF TI.MK.
Passcneor train on tlio Illinois Central
change tlmo to-day. From ftad alter 'i'AO
p.m. toi-dsy trains will run in lollows:
Express, dally . . . .4:0f p.Im.
Mall, except Sunday . . . .3!lR a. in.
Express .. 2:40 p.m.,
Mall, dally except Sunday ..11:55 p.m.
CAIRO. ARKANSAS AND TEXAS It. It.
On and alter Monday, Aug. 11, 1S73, trains
will run dally, except Sunday, between
Ureonueld's landing and Kiddle?, Mlonri.
at follews :
Leave Greenfield's lit .0? p.m.
Arrive at Dexter Ht, 10: to u.m.
Arrive at Kiddles at llsSO ii.iu.
Leave ntddlct at 1:70 p:m.
Arrive at Dexter at l .tU p.m.
Arrive at Greenfield's at t:!0 a.m.
Leave Greenfield's nt U:4D a.m.
Arrive at Charleston at W:30 a.m.
Leave Charleston at b:i u.m.
Arrive at Urcenneld's at 0:20 a.m
THE CAIUO AInD VINCE-VSES
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM CAIRO
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Toledo,
Detroit, Cleveland, Nlagrn Kails,
Buffalo, PltUburfr, AVasblugtoii,
Baltimore, Philadelphia, 'ew York.
Boston and all Eastern Points,
CHANGE OK TIME.
On and alter Tuesday, July 1, 1:73, (rains
will run as follows :
Going north leaves Cairo at 4:00 a.m.
Uoing south arrives ut Cairo at,... 11:40 p.m.
MOUND C1TT ACCOMMODATION.
Leavet Cairo at. ...11:30 a.m. and 0:00 p.m.
Arrives at Cairo ut..&Wu.uj. and 1:20 p,m
The express train iorth arrives at Vln
cennos at 12:20 run., making direct eotiucC'
tlon at 12:30 p.m., with the Indianapolis uud
Vlncennc railroad Tor ludlamtpolls, the
great railroad centre, from which point
trains are departing at all hour, (or ull
volnts In the United States and Canada. At
12o3 p.m. with tho Kvaiihvllla and Craw
1'JiUkiille railroad, for Terra Haute, India.
naoh, Chicago, Danville and all points
north, via the Terra Haute, Kvansvllle and
Cblcogo railroad, and east via the Vandallu
line, and Indianapolis and at. Louis railroad.
At I'M p in. with the Ohio and Mississippi
railroad, ror Cincinnati, Louisville, ami all
points east, via Cincinnati.
Passengers gulnjr by this route aro placed
in Indianapolis, Cincinnati, l.oulxvlllu, New
York, iioton, Philadelphia, llaltlinore,
Waihlngton, and ull eatern points, twelve
hours in advance of any other route.
Express train makes connection at Eldo
rado with SL Louis and .Southeaxteru rail,
way, tor St. Louis, Mt. Vernou (Illinois,
oawneeiown, anu an points uemeen rjuo
rado and St. Louis,
At Norrls City makes close connection
for Springfield, Kock Island, anil all point"
on Springfield and Illinois Southeastern rail
way and connections.
At Carml with St. Louis, Evan tile, Hen
derson and Nashville railway line, tor .ML
Vernon (Indiana), Evanvllle, Henderson
(Kentucky), NashvlHIe (Tenncfsee), mid all
points on St. L., E., II. and N. railway and
Kagtage checked to all Important points.
l3"Kor tickets and Information apply at
the ticket office, corner Sevonth ctrcet and
Commercial avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
J no. Lee, Sup't. Cu as. O. Wood,
Gen. Pait'r and Ticket Ag't
11. F. BCRNeiDK, Agent, Cairo.
LOCAL WEATHER HEVOIIT,
U. S. SlO. SXK., OnSKKVIH'H OrrlCK, I
Cairo, August 23, 1b73, 10:11 p.m. J
Wind, east, velocity 1 miles per
I Maximum temperature last 24 hours, Uj
Minimum temperature, last 24 hours, d!
.Prevailing wind last 21 hours east.
Total number of miles traveled dnrlnglu-t
31 hours, t$.
Edwin Oakland, Observer.
Hacks lor the Cairo, Arkansas and Texa
railroad, starting lrom White A Greer's
tore, corner ol Sixth street and Uhlo levre,
run as follows :
Leave at 8 .m.
Arrive In city at 10 a.m.
6-9 tt John Mkyrrb, Agent.
itegular boarders at the European hotel,
Harry Walker proprietor, recede board at
the rate of t20 per month. B-10-tf
Kine white ; single and double X amber
tingle and double X Canary, best quality ol
manlUa, blue letter, etc., etc. W,(xJ for
ale, printed ut 3 W to 0 &0 per thousand,
Utile IIuiuctin (jrriCK.
Partial wishing goods told at auction,
will pl bring the iau. to my auction
room, No. 105 Commercial avenue, on or
bttfortt Thursday evening ot each week,
- m I bH sell on Friday of each week In
Uad of Saturday as heretofore.
r Daniel Haktman.
' Tht only llctnttd auctioneer In the city.
Steam rcnderlnt; kcttls and flx-
jturci and rendering Louie, th e
boute and apparalui uted by Burnett A
Co., outside the Mississippi leveo, Is for
tale. Inquire- tit this office. s-'lu
The Delta Social club rooms, suitable
for offices, flrtt floor, south tldo of Tui
Hullkti.v building. Enquire at this of
Taken up, at Smallenburg's garden, a
cow and calf, the former white, with bluelsh
spots. They wero taken up on Wednes
day, August 20. The owner can recover
the samo by proving property and paying
charges. 8-22-1 w
FOK COUNTY TKEASUHEH.
EuiTon of Tin Bulletin You will
pleato annhunco my namo sa tlio pooplo's
candldato for county treaturor, at tho on
suing November election. Intending and
desiring to torvo the people, I hope to bo
elected by the pooplo.
-2UlU WILLIAM .UAMIS.
P. Corcoran, Ohio levee and Thirty-
fourth street, hat in hit museum a seem
ing- connecting link between the -animal
and vegetable klnedom. A naturalist In
formed him it was a vcgotablo tortoise,
Tho surious nro invited lo call and oxam-
UK A I) THIS.
On nnd after August 1, I intend lo do a
strictly cash business, except with those of
my customois who settle promptly on tho
first of ovory month. All old accounts
and notos In my hands which aro not
settled very soon, I sti All advertise and toll
at public vonduo. V. Autkr.
Cairo, July 20, IS72. "-'7-lm
Or eichango for Cairo city property. Tho
grocery sloro at the corner of Sixth etreot
and Washington avenue. Tho establish
ment is doing a good nnd paying businessi
and will bo disposed of nt n barcaln.
Rontons for wishing to sell out satisfacto
rily explained to any one wishing to pur
chase. For furthor particulars innulro on
tho promises. 8-20tf
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
A rare cbanco Is offorod to somo man
with money to invest in good paying
property In the most doslrablo part of tho
city. Two lots, DO foot front on tho ave
nuu, houso 3 stories. Two largo ttores
can bu lltted up on tho first door, the up
por stories are woll arrangod for offices or
dwelling. For furthor particulars en
quire, of John Q. II. km an & Co.,
li-4-tf Kal Etato Agents, Cairo, Ills
I lost my mediclno ensu along Com
mercial avenue from Eighth to Twentieth
stroet, or along Twentioth street from
Commercial to 'Washinton avenne. Tho
flndor will grcutly obligo mo by leaving
tho samo at ray ollico, 13G Commercial
avenue, or at my rosidenco, corner of Ce
dar and Eleventh streets, and will bo ro-
wardod for his trouble.
8-24-lt It. S, Br.iaiiAM.
140T1CK TU TEACHKHS OF P1TBLIC
Tho board of examiners for tho county
of Alexander, wilt meet at tho Fourth
ward school-house In tho city of Cairo, on
Friday and Saturday, tho 5lh and Cth days
of September noxt, nt 'J o'clock a.m., mid
at 2 o'clock p.m., each day, for tho exam
ination of toachors. John C. "Whitk,
r County fauporintondont or Schools.
Caiko, August m, 1873. 8.'.'3.dS-w'J.
NOTICE TO STUDENTS.
Key. H. B. Thayor would givo notlcoto
nny who deslro to pursue their studios in
tho higher mathomatics, or in Latin nnd
Greek, that ho Is prepared to givo lessons
to such in his priVato stud'. Any wish
ing to commence tho study of algebra,
Latin or Greek can be accommodated.
Call in the forunoon at the study, rear of
Presbyterian church on Eighth street.
Cairo, August 22, 1873.
m hTjia x"koll e n ,
COMPETENT PIANO TL'NEU AND
Has located In tho city. Contracts mado
for tuning pianos by tho yoar, or other
wise, to suit tho owner. Parties desiring
topurcbaso or oxchange pianos would do
well to call on Mr. Max ltollor beforo ne
gotiating, Second hand pianos for sale or
ront. Orders may Ibe left at Paul G.
Schuh't drug store, Commercial avenue,
Cairo, Illinois. Max Bollkr.
I will otl'or for salo on Tuosday, Au
gust 20, at half past nino o'clock a. in,, the
entire furniture of Mrs. Fithback's board
Ing-houso, corner Sixth street and AVal
nut, at tho Blelock houso, consisting nf
bedsteads, bureaus, wathstands,Jmatrcsics,
chairs, looking-glasses, carpets, stoves,
qucensware, tinware, knlvet and forks,
one nearly new Brussels carpet, one splcn
did largo cooking-stovo, suitablo for a ho
tel, and all the necessary articles for a
flrtt-class boarding-house. Sale ; positive
and without resorve.
8.?2td Dan IIartmav. Auctioneer.
AuT'e.Urncis C. & V. R, R,i
Cairo, Ills., July 20, 1873,
For tho accommodation of tho citizens
of Cairo, tho Mound City accommodation
train will on and aftor Monday, July '28,
stop as follows: At Fourteenth street
Twontloth street, Twenty-fifth etroot,
Thirty-fourth street, and tho crossing of
tho Illinois Central railroad, No one
will be permitted on tho train without a
ticket. Fare between Sovonth street sta
tion and Illinois Central railroad crossing
and intermediate points, live cents.
Tickets good for twenty litres can be pur
chased at the ticket otllce, corner of Sev
enth street, for one dollar. Passengers
will not be permitted to get off or on tho
train at any points other than tho above,
On as. 0. Wood.
Ocn'l. Pasienger and Ticket Agt.
D. Arter hat the Iargeit and roott
complete stock o( harness, saddles, bridles
and strap goodt In the city which he says
he will tell at bottom ptlres for cath and
cub only, t jo-im
CAIRO DAILY J3DLLJSTIJN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 24, 1873
W'e wish to call attention to the fact
that Mr. A. Mtuki, who for thete many
years hat been known to the people of
Cairo and vicinity at an enterprising and
go-ahead merchant, has purchased of Mr.
Peter Noffhii enliro stock of ready-made
clothing, gents' furnishing goods, hats,
caps, boots, shoci, shirts, etc., Mr. Nell' re
taining only the merchant tailoring de
partment of the establishment. Beyond
all doubt Mr. Marks now has tho largest
stock" of goods In bis line in Southorn Illi
nois, and propotet to mark them down to
the lowett possible prices, defying any nnd
all competition. Ills stock of uvory do
scriptton of goods it completo and varied
to suit tho tasto of ovory class of people.
Mr. .Marks invites an Inspection of his
goods, confident that ho can ollor bottor in
ducements than any othor houso In town.
Themotherof Catnpbell,tho murdoror,
arrived la this city on Friday afternoon,
and Immediately went to tho county jail
to seo bor son. The meeting between
them was vory cool, neither of them show
ing tho leattdegrco of that feeling which
would naturally be lookod for persons
mooting under such circumstances. At
the lint meeting sbu remained with her
lion but a very short time.
morning she visited him (
again, but re-
maincd not more than ten mlnutos.
When sho was about to loavc, Campbell
J romludud hnr of a iromlso to snml lilm h
''clean shirt," remarking that ho "wanted
it, for somo of the girls would bo up to sco
him on Sunday." She replied that she
would tend It, but ho "should think less of
the girls, and moro of what is in store for
a scnooi lestival under too auspices ,
of the Gorman Lutheran church will be
hold at Scbcel's "Washington hall garden
to-morrow, Monday. Thu day has been
tet apart for tho pleasure of the children
composing tho school, and no pains will
be (pared to make it a day long to bo ro
mombored by them. The gardon will be
free to all who may wish to enter ; no
chanco selling will bo allowed, and after
the children, for whom tho festival it es
picially given, have eaten all they want,
the tables will be free to all who may do
siro to partake of whatovor may be left
upon thorn I A cordial invitation is ox
tondod to tho public gonorally, and e
pocinlly to tho friends of tho school,
Tho Qui Vivo Colorio uro going to
givo a moonlight excursion down tho
Mississippi river on Friday ovoning, Sep
tember S, nnd n grand, good time is tin -ticipated.
A general invitation is ox
tended to nil, and they nro assured that
nothing vill bn left undono to mnko all
fool comfortablo. Tho Cotcrlo has secured
tho services of tho Cairo Silvor Cornet
band for tho oulsido playing, and Prof.
Boden's string band for dancing music.
The barbecue, under tho management
of Rev. Jacob Bradley, was a grand suc
cess in its way. Bradloy was in his glory,
and "run" tho whole affair in line stylo.
Tho cooking was neatly and woll doni,
and partaken of by thoso prcsont with a
Tho nows of tho destruction of tho
steamer Goo. C. Woll)', in tho Mississippi
river below Ilolona which was received
in this city yesterday, created considera
bio oxcitcmont among river men. and they
woro all on the alort for tho latest news.
Kov. Kred. L. Thomson will preach
in the lethoditt Church nt 10 HO to-day.
Subjoct "The Authority of.Christ us n
Tuacher.' In the evonintr hlssubiect will
be: 'Salvation Mysterious and Glori-1
out.'' Sabbath school at 3 o'clock p.m.
Messrs. John P. Gamble and J. M.
Stewart wero appointed by the Clear
Crook association to go to Thobes nnd or
ganize a Sunday school at that pla:e.
They started for Thebes at 4 o'clock this
Rev, Mr. Thayor will deliver a dis
course this morning in tho Prosbytorinn
church upon tho following subjoct:
"Bread on the Waters." Subject in tho
evonlngi "Tho Lines and tho Heritage'
Wanted a furnished room with
board for two gentlemen. Private family
preferred. Itoforonces givon and ro-
quirod. Addross stating terms.
8-24 Ct "H," St. Charles Hotel.
Boats Hud It difficult to ascond tho
Mississippi abovo this city. Tho sand
bars aro becoming troublesome.
Judgo llrois adjournod probato court
last ovoning. Considerable business was
dispo'ed of during the term.
Mr. Frank Hundloy was takon 111
very suddonly yesterday, and has not beon
able to leave hit bed since.
Tho Nemo baso-ballists bellovo they
can do tho Egyptians up brown. They
will try it to-morrow.
-Services as usual at tho Church of
the Rodoomor to-day.
Tho Ohio rlvor it gotting down to
low water, rapidly.
Remember tho festival at School s
Mr. Win. Winter is able to bo about
Yesterday was a dull day in polico
Campbell's days are few only ilvo.
A LETTER FROM PROF. SMALL
TAWK. Cairo, Ills., Auguit 16, 1673.
Editor Bulletin Dongola hath a
melodeous sound likothe distant rovorber
atious of musical bolls. AYith tho musical
belles of Dongola I have but slight ac
quaintance, Dotibtles. they have charms
to sootho a savage, If ho be young and
sutceptible, To a casual observer Don
gola appears higgledy-piggledy. Only
that and nothing moro. To tho philoso
pher that's mo it presents unmistakable
evidences that some mighty convulsion uf
nature, attended by a shower of gigantic
ben-coops had broken looso in that vicin
ity and the town was all that was left to
tell the talo. Anua and .lonesboro nrede
cidodly contiguous. It it extremely difll
cult for a noii-resldent lo decide in which
place the contiguity preponderates.
Each posset a goodly portion of the
elements of future grandeur. Joneiboro
has a court house; Anna, a pottery,
Joneiboro, the narrow.guage railway ,
Anna, the Illinois Central ; Joneiboro
htth age and gcuvilyj Anna, youth and
vigor. She Is a "chip of tho old block,"
being a daughter of old Mr. Jonos who
first settled hero. It is expected that tho
two towns will eventually be united In
onejmunlclpality under the comprehensive
title of Anna Jonos. The youngost of the
Jonot family was a little weak In the
upper story. His mind wat ovor-taxod
during his tendor years by laborious at
tempts to remember his name, which was
George "Washington Samuel Jones. His
fond father tried to give him an education
and to hare him learn Latin. He studied
the language three years and learned
thete three wurdl "gn turn ttutus." A
remarkablo illustration of the fitness of
things. He wrltos for the 'Sun' and never
omits hit Lalla, and requests
mo to translate it to lit.
I will do so cheerfully. Ilore wo have
n happy Illustration of the old saying that
"circumstances altor case?," nnd of tho
flexibility of language. Translated to Ut
mo It would read tbusly: "1 am sum
pumpkins.' As applied to him it reads,
'I am a fool,'" which is the best lit fur tho
season. Go on with your latin my boy,
imitate your great prototype Dogberry,
and you will do yourself credit. Cobdcn
presents a. very uneven appearance to thu
naked eyo. Doubtloss the same geologic
upheaval which uptet things generally at
Dongola, kicked up tho indiscriminate
muss known on the railroad maps as Cob
don. On one of ill hlfhost olovatlom
stands tho princely mansion of J as. Hell,
of whom 1 mado mention at Ullln. Cob
den Is famous for in fruit, and Makanda,
ns Its name denotes, for confectionary.
Hero, at an early day, Hans Swigderbler,
baker and confectioner, erected a Dutch
ovon. Ho catno direct from tho "fudor
land," and whon ho arrived his knowledge
of English was limited to a slmplo state
ment of his trade. To all questions ad
drossed him In English he made tho same
reply. He scorned nix fur sta. Ho would
havo all tlio world understand that he
did understand his business, nnd that he
would mako it known on every and all oc
casions, If asked What do you do''
How old aro you'' How is your
frau' or What is the name of
this placo9 his invariable reply
was make-candy; and this with a slight
change in orthography was accepted as
tho name of the village Carbondalo isn't
muci! of a dulo; tieithor il what dale
it has as carbonaceous as the neighboring
dulo near Murphysboro. It is a right
smart place, however. Smart enough to
repudiate its donation for the Normal
school alter it hnd secured its location.
John A. Logan lives there, and ho Is smart
enough to know on which sido his bread
is buttered. I once heard a Campbolllto
preacher In thu course of his sormon de
scribe tlo manner in which John joined
tho church and was baptised. It was af
tor this manner ; John was in Springfield
looking after the main chanco. His wif0
wrote him that a great revival was in pro
gress in Curbondale, and that sho and all
his influential friends had becomo con
verted. He immediately requested his
wife to have his namo enrollod among the
saints, nnd as ho could not leave sent his
photograph and had it baptised.
f Special Meeting of the City Council
called by Aldermen Moyers, Bixby and
Kurameyor, fur general business.
Cairo, Ills., August 22, 1873.
Presont His Honor, Mayor Wood, and
Aldermen Bixby, Korsmoyer, McEwen,
Meyers, Morris, Nellis, Rittenhotiso ami
On motion tho roadini; ol tho minutes
wis dispensed with.
On motion of Alderman Meyors a bill
for an ordinance entitled "an ordinance
to provide for tho gravelling of leveo
street," which was laid upon tho tablo at
the last mooting was taken up and read,
(Alderman McGauley appoarod and
took his seat.;
Alderman Moyors moved that said or
dinance bo adopted. Curriod by tho fol
lowing vote; Ayos Bixby, Korsmoyer,
McGauley, Meyers, Morris, Nellis, Ritten
j homo and Robinson 8. Nay McEwen
A communication from Chas. O. Patler
A- Co., and 8 othor cltizons was road, call
ing tho attention of the council to subdivis
ions 2G nnd 27 of article 5 of city charter,
nnd.'stntini: that they havo waited for a
long tlmo to havo tho council act in tbo mat
tor of tho Cairo andVinconnes railroad and
that they nro now determined that uulees
said nuisance is removed or abated they
will commence suit against the city of
Cairo for maintaining a nuisanco and ob
structing Commercial avenue to tho in
terest of their business,
Aldorman Moyers moved to rofor said
communication to tho street committee,
Aldorman Robinson moved to amend
by roforrlng to the city attorney.
Tho original motion was then put and
lost by tho following vote : Ayes Mc
Ewon, McGauley, Meyors and Robinson
4, Nays Bixby, Komneyer, Morris
Nollis and Rittenhomo 6.
Aldorman Nellis moved that the com
munication bo reforrod to tbo city attor
ney with instructions to prosccuto said
railroad company to tho full extent of tho
law, if they do not abate tho nuisanco im
mediately. Alderman Rittcnhouso movod as an
amendment that said communication bo
tabled. Amendment carried on a division
by a vote of C to 4
A bill ior an ordinance declaring tbo C.
and V. railroad track on Commercial ave
nue ii nuisanco, introduced by Alderman
McGauley, was withdrawn after amotion
boing lost to refer to tho ordinance com
mittcu. On motion of Aldorman Nellis tho
M. J. Howlky, City Clerk.
Phil, II. Saup receives ripe, luscious
grspes evory morning, freih from tb
vineyard. He oilers them for tale at
wholesale or retail, 102 Commercial
avtnue, 14-8. if
oi umu i.XsVXiXi, nftuuau ajuujk, ABOVE FIRST XVATIUJNAL. BANK, i
v vvrwv CiVSAasn v -
ARE WHAT PEOPLE ARE LOOKTN FOR KOW-A-DAYS.
It is our determination
ixoods and hats ever brought lo Cairo, direct from our resident partner and buyer in New
York. An advantage no house in Southern Illinois can boast of. Remember, "goods
well bought arc half sold." We havo another great advantage buving in larger quan
tities than any house in Cairo having two stores in this part of
The above advantages, together with the determination to sc
i i i i ; it i y' i i .
better bargains than any house in Cairo. Low expenses and
we hope, will merit tho patronage of thoso who wish to procure an outfit well made, and
cut in the latest style at figures that will satisfy the purses of both rich and poor.
As fast as the latest styles shall 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:
Our Motto i:
"Down with High Prices and give the Public Value Received."
All we ask of you, reader, is an examination of our stock, to convince vou that what
you have read is as "true as Gospel." One price. Polite attention to all.
DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES,
1. FARNBAKER, New York, )
SOL. FA11NHA IvKH, Cairo, f
TO (J AS OOXSIJ.MHKS.
WEALTH IN. YOUR PURSE"
Having secured the cxclusivo right to
soli tho tho I. C. Walsh gas burner and
rogulator. in this city, from C. II. Gar
troll, Eirp, solo proprietor, wo warrant
and guarantee a saving of gits to tho con
sumer of from 25 to CO per cent, over
any other burner now In use, and at tho
simo time give a brilliant and steady
light. "Wo aro permitted to refer to tho
following certificate of citizens of Cairo,
who have examined thoroughly and wit
nessed n test of this burner, with uther
burners now in uso in your uity, and cer
tify to tho following :
Cairo, Juno 18, 1873.
Having witnessed on Tuesday evoning
Inst, in this city, a tost between h common
Gas Burner and Lava Tip against the I.
C. "Wulsh Gas Burner nnd Regulator, wo
willingly cortlfy that tho following state
ment is correct:
The Lava Tip consumes 7 feot per
hour. The common Fish Tail burnor con
sumes Cj feet por hour. The "Walsh
Burnor and Regulator consumes 31 feot
por hour, and gives a suporlor light.
W. M, Williams'
E. W. Ilallldav,
J.OU1S U. USVIF,
I). P. Bowen,
Office over S. Wilson's bont store, whore
orders may bo left. Kvlk i' "Wintkr.
TO A Gil A.
"We think that your are In error in regard
to your hypothesis; we have always cher
ished the fond delusion that llfu was
rather animmorigarious outgrowth of a
retiary paradox, which ongrafted upon
the porsillagatn a inepbutic diapason caus
ing it to pormcat the neurosonthic shorn
boid and so producing isotborinally pro.
toplaitic vitality. AVo trust you will see
tbo point- Romette KT Jl'LIO,
Cairo, August 22.
The harbor shop It on ,lho cornor of
Eighth stroet and Commercial avonuo
whero J. Goorgo Stionhouso with hisgen
tlenienly assistants ran be found at any
hour of tlio day or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your tompor and bead with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you aro
suro of receiving first-class treatment.
LuJioi and children's hair cut or curled
after tho mott npproved styles. 8-16-tf
Dr. Lavarty, homooopathlst physi
cian, lato of Shawnoetown, lias locatod In
this city und intends making it his homo
Thu doctor comes to Cairo well rocom
mended, ana rofers to tho officers of tlo
First National bank of Shawnootown, to
whom ho is woll known, having practiced
hit profession among them for years. Ho
solicits a fair share of tho patronuga of
our citizens, 7-20-tf
P. Fitzgerald at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth street and Commercial ave-
REMEMBER! OH, REMEMBER!
to keep the largest stock of line
ONE PHICE THE HONEST P&IC&
Public Value Received
I. Fmmbukei $ Son.
nuo, offers for salo Guinness' Porter A-1
ItttM' ales and pure Hennessy brandy,
and the genuine Angostura bitters, all
first-class cholera cures. Trv thorn '
Dr. W. R Smith has removed his of-1
ho to the second story of Louis Herbert's i
now brick building on Eighth street, bo-j
tween Washington and Commercial ave- j
nues, whero ho hai moro romfortablo and
commodious quarlms. 8-10-tf j
Halley has a lot of wood pumps and
tubing which he ofl'ursoxtra low; call and
seo them, 108 Washington avenue.
llalloy will offer extra inducoiiienti
for tho next 30 days, so ns to mnko room
for his largo order of heating stoves.
Ilalloy's stock of fruit cans is tho
ltiri.pat in i,n mitrVnt Hfiil 1im li i. liiwl . nf
can wnx. 7-0.1m
Go to 1 1 alley's for good stoves and
good bargnlus, 103 Washington avonuo
Grcon wood fifty cenll n load at tbo
box factory. 7-30-3w
Alexander, Mrs Brown, Mollnda
Badger, Marv Ann
Davla, Frank D
Edmonds. E R
Hopper, Miles 2
Sheffield, Josephine Smith, Alice
Sanders, Katio Ulrick, Christina
Vankirk.Oharitz Wade, Mary
AVoss, Miloy Williams, Celia
Beaty, J M Burnett, ftanc "W
Button, Elesbft Bender, Chat
Bryant, Chas 0 Brico, Cornelius
Colby, Wm Pitts Cunningham, R G
Halght, "W F
llogan, Tim M
Hemphill, Chat W
3Iangum V A
Malbourne, I. em
Roup, F M
Speller, W 11
Tyson, E K
Wultou, F E
Dulo, E C
Green, Col IKS
Johnson, R J
Mullen, I.on C
Morris, dipt John
Martin, Henry 0
Prioo. 11 C
Pa) ne, John W
llobinson, W 11
Bailback, Benj T
Scoll, N W 4
Unoell, E 0
AVbltcomb, U W
clothing, gents' furnishing
great advantage Diiving in larger am
sell more crooda and crive
close attention to business.
, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Corner Twellth street and Washington Ave
J. C. HiUELS,
(Late o( St. I.oills,)
HOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
BLANK BOOKS of ev cry description done
with neatness und dispatch. All kinds ot
ruling dono at abort notice. Bibles, Music.
M'uradries and Periodicals bound neat and
at the lowest iior.lble rates.
oiinty work, such as Records, Dockets
I.1.. 1tn,.l. ... . ..n..t..ll, ..
1 Bo"1, Pocket Bonks, Enve lopes, etc
I n le to order 11-24
UNI VERS! T Y
ICSI'ARI.IMII EI IS IHiV
By member of tho society ot
Jesus, and Incorporated by an act of the
state legislature in 1S33, it has experienced
uninterrupted micccsh, and continues to of
fer the student every facility lor acquiring
1 t'tnsslcnl nitit Commercial Education1
' Bulletins are sent three times a year to
, the parents or guardians of the students to
i inform them ot the conduct, health and
imprrovemeut ot their sons or ward. An
, experienced physician dully visits the In
stitution, uud thu greutcht euro and atten
tion uro bestowed on the sick.
Bonrd and tuition, per sestlon, ten
i mouths, $280.
Tho next session begins on September 1,
Catalogues containing Instructions to par
ents, und full particulars, will bo sent tree
on application to
ItKV. J. O. ZKALAM), S.J.,
President St. Louis University, St. Louis,
OAIHO AND PADUfc'AU
MAIL II OAT.
lbs sieadlil sttrnmsr
Dick Fowlkh, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excoptodl at
I p.Iil For freight opassae apply on boat or
to Jan. Malloky, Ag't.
I BOAT BTOEHa