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LOOMlS & CO.,
Taisrat pleasure In announcing tint
they are mw prepared to sopphr evercbodv
With lika lee of the very best quality, either
sUsstr booses or at the stores. Orders
'iouW be left t the office, No. 00 Ohio
UjTTJX TOD 1UTB
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
.Somebody to take from il n IhouMiid hill
hcil, good paper anil Uticly prmtcil, for
Ono thousand statements printed at TltK
Hui.lktin olllcc for U.J.M.
Ono thousand note heads prln'cd at Tub
lifl.UtTIN office fur S1.00: Iwntliuii.-in.l ir
n .11 '
THE C. & V. RAILROAD.
RECEIVERS IN POSSESSION
OK THE ELEPHANT.
HOW THKY PROPOSE TO
AGE TltK CONCERN.
OUTLAY WITHIN THEIR IN COM P
TO II K TUEIU MOTTO'
THEY A FIE COMING.
, line Hrlktol
One tnnii.an.I L.i.ln... ... '"'''
board. Vrlntii at TiT lT,,"J!,?I,,ce ,or
from tf.&0 to t.00, """s
SUJ,.AV. MAY 17, 187-1.
Aa. tare 12 GOOD REASONS why
they will do your work,
QUICK AND EASY,
CHEAP AD CLEAN.
They are cheap to buy,
They are beet to uie,
They bake avenly and quickly,
Their operation Isperfoot,
Ther have al war a rod draft.
They are madeof the beitmaterlal,
0f They roast perfectly,
They require but little fuel,
Wxney are Terr low priced,
They are easily managed,
They are suited to all localities,
fiTry stove, guaianted to give
7JAL INDEX FINGERS.
Tuolumne. Wo publish In full to
day, on tho inside page, Bret Harto'i
beautiful itory ontllled ; "The Roao of
Tuolumne," It is one of the popular
writer's bett production!.
Hknrt Elcmiorr li now prepared to
repair, varnuh and pollth furnlturo and
pianos in tho vory beat mannor.
Excelsior Man'fg Co
1 UT. XAtVIH, MO.
AND 11 Y
C. W. HEIfDLEMOX, Cairo, 111.
MILLER & PARKER,
FLO UK, CORN, OATS, HAY, &c.
Agents for Fairbanks Scaled.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, ILLS
l'MtuoHAL.Ctty AllorLey AVobb Is In
Oblcsgo on business. County Attorney
Pope It acting city attornoy in his ab
sence. Skuvicks will bo held In tho Our
man Lutheran church, now undergoing
repcirs, next Sunday, which ii Fcntacostal
Tin H.b Knights. Tho Sit Knights
will celobrato St. Jobn'i day, Juno 21th,
by a parado, etc. They aro already mak
ing preparation! for tho occasion.
Xfiscoiml Oiitntcit. Tho larvl.-oi at
the Epiicopat ohurcb to-day will bo at
10J a.m. and 7 p.m. Tho subject of Mr.
Gilbert's termon at tho ovening sorvico
will bo "Moioi and Geology."
Thk largett and bist-ioloctod stock
of FURNITURE for tale at wholosalo
and rotallby HENRY EIOHHOFF, No.
US, Commercial avonuo,oppoilto Sovonth
treet. 71 6-17-3tn
The Odd-Fel.'ows of this city will
pic-nlc on next Saturday Ht Grand
Chain. A spocial train will bo secured
and a "splondld timo" will bo onjoyed.
Tho public will bo Invitnd.
PARKER & AX LEY.
Cornsrof fcth Street tnd Washington Ate,
To. AO Olxlo Isovooi
FLovn. Flouii. Good andchoico fam.
Hy flour in 081b sacks, convenient lor fam-
ily uso, for tale in quantities to suit pur
chasers. Pjctkk Cvul,
80, Ohio Levoo.
Messrs. A. 11. Sauord an.''1, r st"'
took iortnal poM-ilo,. of lho CtlT0 and
Vincenti- -"" lhi, '""flng, by vir
, . iiioir appilntmont as roceivora by
Mr. Salford is known to all our citizens.
His appointtnont has given very gcnoral
satisfaction. Ho will, no doubt, dis ibargo
thodutlos of hit potiiion with fidelity, and
has tho ability tn admlnltter tbo atfairsof
tbo road In such a mannor as to got out of
Its buainots all tho money that is in it.
Major Morrill it a citizen of Evanevllle.
Ho ii said to bo a very nblo gentleman,
well pottod in railroad mattort, in ovory
way competent to till tho position to
which liu hat boon aitlgnod by
the court. Ho Is a gonllemtri
of lino pbiilque, and looks buslno'i every
inch of him.
The recoivors tmvo isttiod several circu
lar!. No. 1 Is addressed, "To tho Olllcers,
Agents, Employes and tbo Creditor of
tho C'lro nn J Vlnconncl railrond, und
whom it may concern," and announcos
that tho rocoivor havo liken
potsesslon und will operato the
road under tho supervision of
the court ; that they will regulate and
tlx rates and fare', and cf tbo monies that
may cntnu into their bands will pay aM
their currant uxponses lint, nnd as fail
as ittiy earning! may aoruo all amount!
now duo for fuel, supplies and labor fur
nished slnco Juno 1, 1873. "Tho re
colveri,' iys tho circular, "propeso tonr
rango their expvntos upon lucb a basis
that paymont will be made to employes
about tho mlddlo of each month succeed
ing thu ono in which thu services woro
porformod." Tho Btrictoit economy in
all departments will bo enforcod.
Circular 2, names the general oliicors
appointed as follows :
W. 11. Goodrich, goner&l freight and
Joscph Gobineon, auditor:
"W. H. Oakly, cashier;
T. R Clarke, trainmaster;
K. Williams, master mechanic;
Chas. Ilandcr, rosdmaiter.
Mr. Goodrich bss the confldenco sf tho
rcceivors, and Is highly praised tor bis cf
llclcncy. Messrs. Itobinson and Oakly
aro both the men for their places. Mr.
Palmor, it is bellovod, will bo retained In
tho position of superintendent.
Circular 3 notiflos all agents that on
and aftor to-day they will bo tho agonts
of tho rereivors.
ino roceivors havo on thoir hands an
Good The great crowds of pooployou
see on "Washington avenuo wore making arduous task, but wo bcliovo thoy can and
thor way to Phil. II. Saup's soda fountain will make tho road at bast pay its run-
uu ics croam saioon; and they all ac-
knowledco his to bo better soda and finest
ice cream (pure cream) they over tastod.
Call and try it for yourself. 72-5-17-lt
5&f&Commandory. No 13, will bo held
,fWv at tbo Asylum, Monday ovoning,
tho 18th inst, at 7:15 o'clock. Sir Kniehtt
will appear in fatiguo dress. Visiting
Sir Knights are courteouslv invited.
Jzwtrr "Wilcot, Kocorder.
ning oxponsos from tho start, and soon
roturn a surplus to bo applied upsn tbo
aew now auo for labor, fuel, etc.
SIPEINGS OF SMALLSINS-
CAIltO TO HE VISlTAli HY ONE
THOUSAND KvOUKSIO.Nia W,
l'nEPAJ' -l'iyN-. FOR THE HJ'.OKt'
APPOINTMENT OK COMMITTEES,
ETC., ETC., ETC
During Inst w. k Uav. Jarnes Mc
Leakey Bnd Mr. LvWe, of Humboldt,
Tonnoisoo, viutod t:.is city to mako ar
rangemcnU lor a mammoth excursion to
Cairo next woek, to be participated in by
all thoMunday schools of Humboldt and
tho stations this sldoon tho Mobile and
Ohio railroad. Tho prty will numbor
about ono thousand porsons and will be
brought by ipoclnl trains lo Columbus,
Ky., and tranf.)rjl by twj eteamors to
this city, arriving about 1 o'clock Friday
afternoon. They desiro lo tarry several
hours with 'js to got acquainted with our
pooplo ocd view our city.
It is tho desire ol our peoplo to recolvo
tho otcursionists in a becoming manner
and lo make thoir visit as pleasant ns pos
sible, and to this ond a committee to
mako general arrangement! for tho occa
sion oro appointed from tbo different
churchos, as follows
Eplicopal Cburrh Itev. Chs. A Oil
borl and Mr. Edwin llooth.
Presbyterian Church Itev. H. H
Thiiyor and Mr D W Munn.
Mothodi-t Churoh lUv J L Wallar,
L W.Hti.lwoll and W F McKee.
Christian Church Mr G M Alden and
Mr A M Cundlir.
il.iptut Church Mr J P Gamblo and
Mr L Lincoln.
Lutheran Ch itch Mr J 0 Huela tnd
lho committeo hold a meeting at tho
rojldocce of Itev. Charles A Gillwt on
Sovonth street yesterdoy aitcrnoon.
KovMI IS Thayor wai elected chalrmnn;
and tho following sub-comrnittooj np
To docile upon placo of reception II
H. Canine, G M Aldon.
Tosecuro thr servicos of the Cairo Sil
ver Crnel Uund W F McKee.
Toprovile ico wntor L W Stllwell.
To confer with Prof. Alvord, uperin-
tendont of tho public schools 0 M Al
den, EJwin Jlootli.
Koceptun Tbo clergy und ono man
from oach church, or two rnembors when
tho mlni.-t'-r is abient.
Mue1 -Wm Morrii, E 0 Pace, I) W
Munn, U M Alden, J P Gamble, J 0
Finance A M CundilT, L Lincoln, V
M Gllb-jrt. L W StllwIII.J U llcod,
On motion Mr J P Gamble was clectel
marshal of tho day, and Hon 1) W Munn
was chosen to delivor tho addrosi of wel-com;.
Aftor tho recoption, which will most
probabljr UWo j.luoo on Captain l'hllllpt
wuari boat, It is proposed to march to
Eighth stroot, along Eighth to Corarnor
cial avenue, up tho west sldo to Four-
toenth street and down to Poplar, up
i-opiar tot uteontn, into thy custom house
Allen Mrs J A
Hently M M
" , ?ID8W Julsn VIIHams Annio
Jll.idioo N E
Martin Mary A
Marrata J 0
Smith Mary Ann
at D. Arter &
Ciagg, "Wm (-2)
Curtis. VT (J
t iko, Zohn Field
Cody, Dennis (3)
French, A J
Forbes. W N,
Hodden, Soso, h
Hlgham, U it
Kano, G A 2
Leonard, S 1)
Stein, K .1
Welmer, Goo C 2
lllanchard, H ii
Cunningham, P. J
Clay, 11 0
rosier, B ft
Keller A: White
Lund, O M
Mastf. Kobt T
.McVeigh, John D
Nelson, Tboi J
Ph lessor, Win
HenJoll, Isaac J
.'shop tam;t, Geo
Upton. .1 IJ
Oko. W. McKkmo, P.M.
a rur Ma Led house, No. 30, Thirteenth
streot. Apply to Mrs. Kata Sunduskv.
.mmps- ..t J " n h""1 I,UI- miuuKH
"in. uuaiS IW THE POLICE tbo post offlco ball to Vasbin.-tcn nn,
down tho a-onuo to Eighth, alon Eighth
10 uommurciai, uown t-ommcrciul to
FIGHTING ' Inter s blocK, who.-o tho procession will
T. . . .1.-1 l.t. .ii
j.i i ugsircu iun. an mo abovo com
mittees shall incut fur consultation on
oanesuay, anu that the chsirman of
oach, and all members oftho gonoral corn-
miltoo shall meet, at the roideneo of
m.: ... i. i. . i . , . . . i it unit aim j.awrenco uronan, .umu tiriwi a; j
' Z: Z i Z n both of h.dtak, .in tho language rc,ek ZS next, to per
1.7 " . ' of slang -o obnoxious to Uov. Mr. Gil- " arrangements
TiitAuiicxi Tbo atlondanco at tho
Athcnoum last evening was not large, but
the rendition of tho rtlav. "Man and
Wifo," was excollont. Tho Susan Donin
combination is ono of moro than ordinary
jujjuk UU.V.VINGIIAM KULED
OUT J1Y JUDGE IJKOSS.
S7It was Sargcant Cain who arrested
inoraas Welsh nnd I.awmnpn f!rnnn
W ts r .
. inisuewood. j.. j. ThMlcwood
THI8TLEWOOD & CO.
1'lonr, Corn, Oati, Ilay, ic.
No. 7S OHIO LEVEE,
HKW YOEK BTOxllfi,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
tiMMT YABIBWY STOCK I TUB 0ITT
GOODS SOLD VBBY OLOUK.
rm" " "S2J!?." a com
- C. O. PATJKK
woro by onr people.,
Lixtl're. "Warren Chaso will lecturo
in tho ball oftho Liberal iiellgiousassocl.
Hon at 3 o'clock p. m. this afternoon and
at 8 o'clock this evening. Subject in tho
afternoon: "The Origin and Locality of
the Spirit World:" and in tho ovnnim.
Froo Hellglon, "What is it 7" The pub-
lio are invited, liocturos froo.
Hyorder of Oomuttj5E,
Touacco Salks. Fifiy-three hogs
heads of tobacco wore sold at the Plan,
tor's warebouso at tbo sale on Friday
morning. Tbo prices obtained were :
13 bbds lugs $3 9n5 00
iO " low to medium leaf.... 0 009 60
There was no brights in tho markot.
The prices obtained are
were satisfactory to producers. Tbo pros-
pects for anothor excellent sale on next
Friday are flattering.
bort,) too many blue blazos. It was
Judgo IJross who fined oach of them li
ond costs. It was Thomas and Lawrenco
who-could not pay the fine and were sont
JtSJrPotur Mitchell was charced with
"disturbing the peace by disorderly con- j
uuci. ' John MoNuIty caught him in
tbo act and arrcatod him. Peter Ij a
(.oioroa man ana wanted to bo Iried be-
xore a colored magistrato. Ho thorcforo
took a cbango of vonuo to Pollco Magis.
trate Uird's court. It ws no uso, bow- j
ovor, for ho was fined $5 and tho trim-j
generally mapped out
uii ii;i-;i.As -nru at second-class
MIM at tho St. CJhnrkt Hotel.
ANOTHEU ASSASSINATION NEAR
ROOMS TO RENT.
In Wilcox block, Washington avfnue.
at the lowest figures. 101 tf-tf.
Tkx jtounds of brown sugar for $1 j
po'inds best cofloo sugar at $1, 3J pounds
of choice butter nt $1; baking powdor 15c
per lb; Imperial -ten at $1; potatoes JO
cents per pick; 3 lbs ooffeo $l,at "Wilcox
Second-hand clothing, watches, jewelry,
pistols, &c, bought and mid. Also a lot
Hrussols' carpet, furniture, tti., for sale.
Upposito Cairo and Vinccao railroad
depot. ids 2-27-tf M. Cov.ve
A new house containing threo roor.ts
and sido porch, two good lots, cistern
and stablo. Tho property is situated on
Twonty-lirat atrot between Walnut and
Ceiar streets. For further particular
inquire on tbo premise. Sl-C-T-lm
Taken up by tho subacribor, out of tho
river at tho point on tho Illinois shoro, a
black Indian pony, whlto spot in fore-
boat. 1 ho ownor can havo it by proving
proporty nnd payinij chargee. John Cor,
Jvontuclty Purry Landing
ICE CREAM PARLOR.
. T. 11. Kills, at tho Arlington home,
boreby announces that ho has spend an
ice croam parlor at tho Arlington houso
or iao accommodation i the
ramlliej supplied All orders
A MAN SHOT DuWN IN HIS OWN
tt3yAn unploaibntncss aroao botv;ocn
HOL'tsE FOR RENT.
Tho two story brick homo corner ol
Twentieth ond Poplar stroots. la for ront
at a low prico. Tho houso ii new. with
good doro room on first floor and dwell
ing up Btalm. Enquire at tho Accommo
dation houso, No. d Ohio lovce.
i5-0.13.PJt R. E. Win.
O. C. Hodon, Director of Conservhtnrv
of Music, and Teacher of Vocal, Organ
and Piano Music Instruction pivon In
all stringed and wind Instruments. Ele
mentary principlo. thorough bass. har.
mony and countor point UnprecoJcntod
inducements olferod. Thoso wishlnt' to
io?urnhls sorvlcos will please apply at
conservatory or MueIl corner of
I'welfth etroot and "Washington avonuo.
Pianos tunod and repaired.
WARM, WARMER, WARMEST.
In this wuathor, whan tho mercury in
tbo thormometor has ascended in a bal
loon and nothing short of a Florida cos-
lumo is ondurablo, It Is not wondored at
Jost received, a lino .ot ol extension I
ladders, gardon hoc, rakes, etc., etc., nt
A Hnlloy'i. tA -1.17.1m.
uaySnvKiiM. pleasant family rooms at
tho St. Charles Hotel.fronling on the Ohio
can bo obtalnol with board at roduccd
rates during the summer months.
02 1 'J3. if
Piano For Sam:. Flrst-claf soon
and a quartor wtavu piano cheap for rash,
or can no traded for, pant cash and bal-
anco In dro goods, or open to any olhor
trad?, by addnalng XXX,
Inn Mo.viii u.-For tho Monitor, the
uwi corn (jok Stovo ovor mado or tho
Fashion, the eharnpion wood Cook of tho
At ost, go t. A. Halloy's, 108 Washlngto
avonuo, noar T.mth stroot.
Win Miss Anna, whorodldyoti get
that men hiitT At Mrs Hull.' Mil
llnery store, corner or Washington av
enue and Eleventh street She has tho
latest fashions, and lho nicest and cheap
oat bats that ovor came to Cairo
For Stove, Tinwaro.loilotware, Hoam
cooking vosself, broilers, bird cag-s, lan
em. gate spring", gto hinge, tablo ond
poeket cutlery, fluting Irons. Alo for
roofing, gtitlHrs nnd spouting, go to A.
Halloy's, 109 W.sbinctun avenuo, noar
lentn street. tCl-17-lm.
lu i vi mo accumiriouniion or per
sons desiring to attond the Texas staiq
fair, the Cairo, Arkansas and Texa rail
road h"ivi plamd round trip tickets on
sale at their nfr.;a in this city at 139 90
" Hotels will U sold at this prico after
tho Ihth inst. 57 J.10.3t.
Til barber aop is on .ae corner ol
Eigblh stmt and Commerohl avenuo
where J. Goorgo Stionhnuso with bis gen
tlemanly assistants can be found at any
hour of tho day or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave, or coo
your temper and heal with a good sham
Poo. It is a Crst-clara shop, and you aro
suro of roeeiving flrst-olass treatment.
Lvll'V and child ren'e hair cut or curled
alter tne most approved styles. 8-15-tf
Milmnkhy. Mrs. Hogarth ,t Co. do-
sire to call tho attention of tbo Indies of
Cairo and vicinity to their display of mil-
Unary and farcy goods. Having secured
the r view of one of tho best trimmers
in the West, thj fel cnnOdint thu they
cn suit the most exacting tattr. Dross
making done In the latect stylos on sb.rt
notice. Prices reasonable. A call in rc-
epectlully solioltod. No 1 II Commorclal
avenue, one door south of tbo popultr
ury goods storoof J. Hu'ger. 74-4-2 J-tf,
R. Smyth i: Co. Oiler for nslo W.OOO
old cigars, wLlch they will sell cheap and
guarauteo to Ixi govl tobacco and smoko
well. Wholeaule fromtlS to $30 per
i.ooo; retail, twj to !iv cunU each. Ono
thousand pounds flco smoking tobacco in
one nnd one and n half poand packages.
Thoy also bavo 10 barrels good vinegar; 3
platform counter fcaloe, arid or.o patont
coal oil can, which thoy will tell at a bar-
Sitoo Fly. Warm weather will soon
bo bore. Now is tho tune to euard against
Uie, gnats and mosquitoes. I will say to
tho public that I nm making a specialty
of green wire cloth this soason and will
duplicate Chicago and St. Iuis
price. I alo keep constantly on
hand a large varlotyof Ilird
Cages, Mos itaskot?, Flour Stand'.
.uiitjw oM i)U;li iuos, and a con-
oral stock of Jnpaned, plain and (tamp-
ped tinware, P.efrigerators, Water Coolers
and Goooh's 1XL Ico Cream Froo..in.
R. SMYTH & CO.
LIQUOR I) E ALE
No. (JO Ohio Leveo,
Mineral Spring Water
AND DLAt.KIt IN
HOTTLHD ALK AND CIDKIl
OHIO LEVEE, between 2d nnd iXhHU
B. F. PARKER,
(SueccMor to Parker & IHako,)
PAINTS & OTJit
IIIS ITC If LU
.,, WALL PAI'Klfl
And the teltbrated lllumliiatlnt;
Ilrosa' Hiilldlng, 1 1th St.A: OomtsrcUl AvI
OA I HO, ILLS.
C H. WHEELER, " 1
WOOD AND GOAL
OFFICE AND YARD,
10th SL bt. Washington A Commercial Are.
A largo supply of PltUburg and Bl
Muddy col consUntly on hand. toi
jvood sawed to order. Orders for cal or
wood shnulil be left at the ofhco on Tenth
Lmcnw icruiK, wo on ueuvery.
Boot & Shoe
llctwecc Tenth and Eleventh Street.,
I prepared to fill ordm wllhonl dtlay.
u uno hm-k or imrr.risc Iratlnron
liind.Juit received from J.Uicrk, and hi
juit down the prices to tye lowe.t notch.
'-pt ciji correspond. n .- of Tin: Hi-i.i.in in.
C.vniiONi,ALi:, May 10. 1871.
.niuiun x.ui.i.etin -if i woro j,. mat poopio aro plckod un n snata. Knon
II l . . I I.- 1. - .! .... ., . . ' '
Jiurpny aua William Hunt, tho l,0'ou 10 oo iaceiiou. i should opologie C001 11 our Mvico. Wear light clothes,
latter receiving a tup on the noso which tor '"' IoBS delay in writing to you, and In ,r) timM of a scarcity of tho "wbcro-
upeneci a crevasso through which tho B'v " y oxeuse u.ut no moro pooplo 1 w'Wl 10 a th0 thltii- gonto-il," it is a quos
v..iuv iYaelUu copiously, applied to tho nRU kiiiou. i no ninotony, however.
ponce lor protocjion. Tho builcerant wa i"ohan on yeaterj.y. About four
CO MMERCIAL AVENUE,
He ween SIxUi and Hvenlh btreew, fair
T. II. ELLI8. Proprietor.
Tho New Ariiriguin iionse i now open
r the reception of guest. The hoiue U
catod In the heart ol the business portion
I tho city, and convenient to ntnaml-oa.
andlri?i and railroad dunotii. fioml iini
Also tho Odoll improvad Step Ladders 7.1"" rPr1c"',,"'"ll aenbt Watch ki,pt
which w.Il bo sold at bottom rtguro,. IClWT ' " WUMm
C . Henderson. 100 Commorpi! v.
cnuo, uniro, Jills. 77 1-24-lm
May KtowKit. ror tuebost coal cofjk
stove buy tho celebrated May Flower.
For tho best wood cook stovo buy the old
reliable Charter Oak; famous for giving
satisfaction evorywbory and being especi
ally adapted to the wants of ovory house
hold. I keep a lanre varinlv nf ithr.r
cooking stoves, which aro bought for cash
and will 1h) sold cheaper than tho ohoap
oat. If you want it cup of good eollto
for breakfast buy tho Planlshod Ooflco
Biggin or French colleo pot. A full sup
lily of Urllania coileo and toa pots always
on hand. Don't fonret thu nlapn.
0. W. IIi;.VBcnso.v,
00 Commercial avo., Calr
Jiurphy was arrested, and his honor as.
kson, lormorlr " UX,f Vo do"Rr' a"d ilQ ,DS0P-
,. ...I orabl)s "b'ainet him. Murphy turned his
T.im uig I .... . .
j.u.ui3 iniiuu om, out was unablo to find
OFFICE-COUSEU COMMBUC1AU AV.
AND BIXTH BTItKET,
HKKltlVMfl- o .,
WurbinonTv1.' .. ..buwet-n
- 'i iuui aircet,
. . -V-'-B-it-tr
DR. W. 13LAUW
Jlude Illfvck (up ,t.) Wa kll HUo
- Twmmuiufmu Avenue.
jaiLLiNKRY, Mrs. Jac
Mrs. Swander, Is now on band
cheapest stock of Milllmirv
She has lowered her houso ovon with tho n0Ugl1 ot 1,10 "Ulth' Iucro" t0
sidewalk to give tbo ladles an easy on- wlt'' Cluii and was sent to the cala
trance and has loworod hor prico to' clvo 1,00,0 fof flTC du'!
them all acbancu to buy a beautiful spring , .v u .7T
ut or bonnet and anything clso in hor , ,77 ' v""' wu"
line that they may want. Hor storo is Sullivan with a sledgo hammor,
now one of the most attractive . it ),. W" lrount .UP for lrittl- When the caso
long been ono of the cheapest nlacos ln Judge J. ".Cunningham put
town to buy. Call and sm hn-n,i i., " an .PPenco as counsol for Mrs.
vinccd- 18-6-3.1 w
AscKisiowOJAy. Last Thursday. As.
censlon day, Cairo Commandory, Knights
icujpiar.coiooraiod tho doy by a public
"tvko in tho Church of tho Kcdoomor.
"nl"na of ur. C. W. Dunning and
bcott, but Judgo Hroas objected, and In
formed Cunningham that if ho wantod
to practice law In that court he must llrst
obtain a liconso. Cunninirham withdrnu
from tho caso. and tho ovi Ijnce was pro-
" tjuverai wimcssci woro
i board, and their testimony went to
o'clock in tbo aftornoon Jamoi Henderson,
a man bdoui loriy-nvo years old,
living in Williamson county, six
or scvon miios :rom this place, was shot
down In hi- door-yard. Threo lo,l nf
buckshot I'.lgod jn his body, inflictlnir
mortui wouvis. lie professes to know
h.s murdor .-i, und has mado u writton
Istaternont, which, howover, has not yet
boon maao public
iiuuuuriuo is one oi mo party at en
mity with the Uulllners. Thus, it joews
tho work of 1 ath Is commoncod on both
I will writi- aain as soon us I loarn
furlbor partii ulars. JJ.
..u.i ui ijiuai iionuriance -wnoro I can
buy tho cheapest." Eoho answers at
AUCTION HA LIT.
Notice- is heroby givon that the under
signed will toll at private salo until X.oi.
Farnbakor's. Farnbaker. lho neonle'a da' 3Ifty '8th next, and. if not sold i.t
favorite clothier, baa just received lho thlt dal0' at public sale, tho ontiro outllt
largest stock of summor clothing ever
brought to Cairo. Linen suits, 3 CO
Coats 51. Undorwoar in uroat variotv
Koop your head cool above all thincs.
Panama hats at Farnbakor's ?1 50 a
Oai.l and 'xamino
at D. Artor t Co's.
tho new eash-lock
r - Vl,1.. U mi..H. Ill i
eacortf,,!!,. .v,- ni. ? I .. . . ' " irimoie win proacu at
nn,. r"" v.uy uornot band, prove mam quarrel had takon placo be- the Christian cburrh on Klchtoenlh .trees
"iy inircntui inih,. ... . i . ... i
wllo7of T .i. ' "U,B numvan and Mrs. Scott, this (Saturday, ovonlng, and Sunday
siV.ed. The i Sullivan appoarod on tho morning and evening. Tho public aro
nccordlnif to it, " ..:. 7" ."uucioa econo and undortook to put a stop to tho Invited to attend.
consisted of music by tho choir of it
-1 (oinonaiVK mrvin. i... .i-.i. i.i .. . 1
Grand Prelate. Charles A-Gllbt IL Z r" . " w. ,n Ulu inflict.
'r Knight, 8 praversand.n .7777 . V I' '"J.UMM' J Uroii lined
if Ot UWH CiO ftllU SOtU.
-f it I . I
oi wie uoioi property situated on Leveo
street bol.,w Eighth nnd known a. tho
.'Southern Hotel," consisting 0f furniture
carpots, budding and all tbo requisite ne
cossary in keeping a urt clais house.
This hotel ha lately been put In thorough
repair; is located in the business centro of
uju tuj- convenient to both railroad and
stoambojts, and bus always onjoyed the
reputation of boirg a flr.t class establish,
mont. The purchaser, should it Vm A.
You can buy Queonawaro und Cuttlery j llri can obtain at tho enmo time, an un-
expired leuso fur tho term of threo years
at a moderate rental. Terms: small cash
paymont and balance Is six and twelve
months, socurod by mortgago, Annlv at
llin tirnmlin. 4n t..., m . ' 1 '
Oa'ro, Ills., May 11th 1871. 60.5.12-Ct
HARTMAN &. CO.,
Aro selling Gont's half liOtQ tit Gb rnntii
MRS. L. T. BRIGGS,
(.Su-cc!.or to Phillip, and llrijr".)
Coiiiincrcl.il Ave, bet., Olh and 10th;(.
7-'-2-'rn. CAIRO, ILLL.
K. MAXWELL & (JO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
MACHINE & BURNIG OILS
Also Agents for the
No. 713, h'orth Malno SUect,
os cheap at D. Hartman & Co's . as In am
othor part of tho country.
A largo assortment of Ladies' Jaconm
Nainsook and Victoria Lawns can bo
bought cheap at D, Hautman A- Co's.
Lev. Sir Knight Wallar. Tbo church
was beautifully decoratod with flowera
tbe work of the 'ladles af the r...
n. it was Ullid to lu im.i ,...T... rues.
and .u . . . " T"-t
vmw bo well p cased. At
be conclusion of tho service, the Com
-----ry marcned through several of the
their .. ,y and tn returned
I tboIr Mylut nd disbanded.
SfaSTA kkw hohe day bourdon will bo
taken ut tho St. Charles at n,.
ISy-Just received and for sain .v
lsthu,.(i:I,itll(lil Ohlolevee 2 000 ,'.
bacon side., ham. and shoulder. , twenty-
Whatnpoa silk plaids can bo had at 10
cjnta por yard at D IIaktma.v iV; Co's.
A largo assortment of Drown. White
and Dunlsh table linen at
D. HAur.MiN's J; (.Vs.
RoW. Wood & Co
111 BO RIDOK AVKNUH
HE IN STIIX I.IVIBU AMB IjT CAIK
III. offlco and dispensary at
NO. 22 KIGIITn STREET,
Hot. Commercial ann Wasnington avenues
It is true, the dector Is one or the oldest
Phys clans of the place, and his diploma;
that hangs In his offlco, 'shows that fie has
been 32 years lu tho profession. Ha Is dolmr
s larger offlco practice than anv oth.r ,Zk
Stki- and Extension Laddors, Hand
Scroons, Riddles, Slovos, Sbovols, Spadoi,
Forks, Hoes, Raltos, Wator Closet Urinals,
Kitchen and Cess Pool Sinks, Clothes
Kingore, Clothos Horios, Clothes Llncsn
and, lu fact, a lull assortment of kitchen
and Houso furnishing goods at A. Hal
loy's, 1C8 Washington uvonuo. ncarTonlh
dlrnnt rn .1 1- 1
Tho best stock of Urown Llnnnm..i ' LA IKI.A II r A urn mat cian, treating all kinds of chronic iiiuA..
Tweive yard, bl.aehod Domestic one SjiSi? tSS k
yard wide, for 51 at " " " ' U' by the appiVaUon or med clnc-sniSnlll
D, IUktman & Co's. CAST, WJIOL'RHT & WINE BAlI.IMf!C ...ved; all urinaVy XLe.
I - - ., ...h ..m.u.iiuu I Miua nil inriiwnf a n n . .
at I). Arter lc
A largo stock of Lawn, eordod and
plain Alpacas, corded Jnconot, and Pur.
cals can bo found in beautiful styles at
D, Hahtman & Co's.,
CORVKH SIXTH STREET AND
IIHr finil I llirw.f.' fn.nti . i it ...
.. ...... . i.t.w , ... i.iivui loi'incatrt.
.t.oucert und Lecture HaPs,
And a General Assortment of Orna
mental Iron Work.
r.Miroaios ana iioclgnsecntoii application I
statlllK tlio clan, of work- .ll..lr.n,l' 1 '"""'"'i
dlscaaeV !.! n.l JLi... ! "a Pnva e
-akncTiid uswxsrs ra;
caieifn?1,;V,.d.en: that PW treatlrur
easM for tweuty.two yeans acquires (treat
or by e0tnualUUo,"l e0Bfl1""eI,Ia person
Vt ,at In