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ICE! ICE! ICE!
HUSE, LOOMIS & CO.,
Takes prat pleasure In nmioii"-'nK tliat
they are now prepared to nupp?' everybody
with Uka Ice of the very quality, either
t tarlr hout or tlio Morn. Order
hould b left IliO office, No. 00 Olilo
l.esee. M-ft-IS-lm
JNEW ADVERTISEMENTS
IIANK HTATEH EKTK.
KEPORT of tht condition of itie (illy Nallona'
Hank of Calm, l Calr, In the statt o( Illinoli, it
lbs dose of buaititss, June it, IsTI.
KOOUIICES.
Loans and discounts ltC.150
U. S. bonds to secure circula
lion..... IPO,)") CO
U S. bonds on hand (Cx) uu
Other stock!, bondi aud mott.
cSt.M.. .... 2JiSi2 W
Due from redeeming and re
serve agents .. 101,17.111
Dae torn uther national tucks J.i.MI V1
Ihie from state bankl ami
sorters ... aouij p,
Kealesute....... ,.., IJO.isju l"
Current ciptmci, and tt ..,,,
paid li,Vi K
(liecls aatf other ca.h Items
Haii of other rational ban1- U.7.T7 M
fractional currency. iiMuuini
nickelil ..'.... . .?. 4,101 C7
Specie... .......... . S.tVIn 01
lisal leudet notes. ....... 33,(iO Ol
ui,:m M
lim.ioo 00
M,6?.i II
uo.ono to
tOI.MlO o:.
3,S-.-0 31
LIAML1TIKS.
Capital itock paid In
Surplus fund .... .........
Other undleided profit!.
National .tank notes outstand
ing . ........ .......
Individual deposits..
Due to stata basks and bankers.
State of Illinois, county rf Alexander, ss.
I, W. I', HALI.IItAV.l're.idcnt of tie Citr Na
tional bank ot Cairo, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is true to tbe best bf my knowledge
and lelitf,
W, 1' HALLWAY. President
Hubscribed and sworn to befote Die this ttti day of
July, Mi.
H. 11. CANDKK, Notary Pullic.
Correct Attest i
11.11. I'UNMNUIIAM, ")
II. 1.. 1IAL1.IDAY, . (.Directors.
U, 1) WILLIAMSON, J
RKl'OUT of tbe condition of the First National
Uank at Cairo, lu the htate of Illinois, at ike
ikite af business, dune 20, 1874.
IllAUUItCKS.
Lani and discounts T6,181 IX)
Overdrafts....... ca iv,
U. S. Hands to secure circulation IW',) (
U. H. bonds on hand...... 3,'ill U3
Othar stocks, bonds and morl-
Elf,".....-.. ",,.) ui
Due from rtdeemlnt and re.
serve agents ltl.Ml 7
Due from other national banks... 11,427
Ileal estate furniture and In
sures...... . 47.M7 S!l
Current eapemes, and uses paid 4,1.77 49
l'remlums paid.. a,tf.'y ?
Checks and otter caah Item 14 7o
Hills or other National Hanks . I',1J ()
t'racttoaa1 currency, Including
nicales...... .H Si
Specie, Including cold 'treasury
noui.. J, yd HI
Lcgatender notes lf,,eoo Co
Toul ...
,. S06.S17 SS
... lC0,wm 00
11,737 10
.... N7,71l UU
I.IAMLITlr.
Caplul stock paid In -
Other undivided profits..
Isatlonal Hank notes outstanding
Individual deposits . .
Demand certincates of Utposit U.vk) I'-
I t,V7(i 1U
Tium certificates of deposits... . 23.&U7 33
Due so other uatlonal banks- u
Dua to stale banks and bankers ......... (.37 it
Total .. :.'(,, W! 35
Sute of Illinois, Alcaandoe county, ss.
1, Charles Cunningham, cashier of the aboe
nataed Bank of Cairo, do solemnly swear that the above
sutemcnt Is true to the bett of my knowledge and be
lief CHAS. CUNNINGHAM, Cashier.
; Hubscribed and sworn to before tnc this fth
day of July, 174.
It. It. CAND1X.W...., VvUU.
Conect Attest :
J. M. PHILMrsf. 1
ItOIVT. W. M1LI.KR, I Ditectors.
It. 1. IIALL1DAV, I
KECAK. MTaVI'Jt AHKHUT.
John Q, Harnan, orp
J. Q. HAFIMAN &. CO.
Real Esta tb
AND
HOUSE AGENTS,
COLLKCTOIIS,
CONVEYANClvltS,;
NJTAK1HS1T1.LIUS
And I .ami AKfntif thu llllnol Ontnd and
lliirlinglun and .MUourl li. li. Cos.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levco,
CAIRO. ILLS.
C. WINSTON &. CO,
Real Estate Agents,
AUCTIONEERS,
71 O1110 Lkvek, (Second Floor,)
CAIRO, ILL.
Uuy and Sell HEAL ISTATE. l'.i TAXES
KuruMiea Abvtntcu of Tftlt.
t3"lU'l Coiiiiul-f loner.
R. SMYTH & CO.
WHOLESALE
LIQUOR DEALERS
.No. CO Ohio Levee,
t'AUtO. 1L LI NOI S
B. F. PARKtft,
(Successor to l'arkcr & Make,)
Dealer lu
PAINTS & OILS
VAKXISIIKS,
niMvmii.'u
um JJumT jirnw bridi'" '--vLJi l'Al'hlt,
v- -t laMJUW GLASS,
WINDOW .SIIADKS1
And the cvlcbnitcd Illuminating
AURORA OIL
llross' Building, 11th St.fi Comorclal Av.
UAIUOJLLS.
FR.ED. HOFHEINZ
CARRIAGE & WAGON
MANUFACTURE II.
ANl
BLACKSMITIIING.
.Sixth Street mid Lmmerclal Avenue,
CAIIIO, ILLIWdS.
Hncclsl attention kIvcii Io'iIossk Wiioino
audgvieral repairing. uUU-3-tl'
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
rAKTi:it.
Illll Ilendt.
fkimobodr to ttke from us n tliou'imd bill
lioad, good paper and finely rrnitod, for
?.1.2.".
Nlrslciitpn ti.
Ono thousand flutcinciiH printed at Tub
llt l.l.KTi.N olllco lor ?;i.M.
Rnlo Jlrmla.
One tlinusand nolo lioad prln'ed nt Tn
llt'l.Lt r IN olllco for if l.w ; tn o IIkuimihI lor
(J.M.
Citrila
One thousand IiiHiicm card', lino Ilrblnl
board, printed ntTlIK Iltll.l.KTIN olllco lor
from iiM to il W, nccordlnt; to al.o.
AVEDNKSDAY, JULYS, 1874
1! EST SI I MV A KK K J'-'R
litcmven irttsii EV-r Monmso
iho
j.t.s.NTER'3 HOUSE,
bolt,,, stum bat over boon rccolrod In tlili
city.
ON llKAVdllT COOI. AMI rilESlI KVKKY
DA V.
1 nit tlio thing for lh's trason, try It.
lO.-.'J-jt
SirKNKtia. Wo hour of a great dehl
of dckncii amrni; mull chlldron, "Sum
mar complaint" la tlis goncrnl ailment.
I'k.vhion- Papkhs. John A. Keovo will
do well to call on Judgo llroii and pro
euro certain psintlon papen left wltli
him.
CtoiifET. Just received by V. U.
Kockwoll .V Co., a full lino of crepjot,
ranging in priuu from 42 to 5j p&r ml.
Cl.7-8.3t
I), AliTKK iS: Co. r.ro just iccclvltij; tlio
largest hnd licit nnorted stock ofttddlcf
brldlci, harncM, otc., cvor brought to tbi
city.
Vantku. A whlto girl to do goooral
houto work. Apply i.t my houeo on SoV
jnth between "Wailiinuton end Walnut.
50.7.4 3t Jt. AY. .MlI.LKK.
UoUM'ii. Mmmrtftt. a regular moot
lng of thu city council was hold Inst night.
Tliu buiinois trantncuJ. wss simply
routine, and not of apodal Importance.
Fob Kent. Houm on cornor Ebventh
and Wnlnut ftrccti. Largo nnd roomy,
good door ysrdi and jroundi. Apply on
thu promltee or Arlington how.o.
61-7- 1-Ct IIkniiv Elms.
I'liOTooiiAi'iii. Kor tb3 noil ilxty
days AVm. Winter will maUu tha heel
ot photographs at fl per do. on. This l
n raro opportunity for thoo deeiring
work in this lino. 177-3-301
LoT. On last a.tturday, at tbo park
or between Tenth imd tho park, u gold,
with jot cro, earring. Tho Under will
ploaio lenvo it at this olllco and bo suita
nbly rowarded, to-7.".(jt
Tub Conckkt. Tho "open air'f concert
lust night, by Uiu i u.i. u.o..v
tho up town stand, was llilened tn by a
vsry largo number of pcrtoni, all of whom
scorned to enjoy tho uiuilc anil oxcitoment
of tho occasion.
A Nuisance. Tho loak in tho gas
main in front of tho Dolmonlco hotel on
tho luvoi). if wo aro allowed tojudgofrom
tho Muoll, wo would say more pas
escapes every day there than Is coniumcd
In tho hotel in a wick.
a he il. C. U. It. Tho Mississippi
Central railroad hare resumed their
afternoon trains both north and south.
Tho train duo hero at 1:20 p. m, going
north, dlno; at tho St. Charles ; nlio the
train going muiti at I p m.
At tux 21. K. Cili'BCll. JUv. Uobart
Allyu, preaidont of tho Southorn Illinois
Normal University, will preach in the
MelboJibt ihurch in Cairo, on next Sun
day morning and ovoulng. Sir. Ally 11 is
an utile spcakor, nnt! all who can should
bo suro to hoar him.
HuAittiiNu. Mr. Carpenter desires to
call the uttentlon of the public to the
fact that he can furnish tho Licit of board
by tho day or week with cool and woll
ventilated rooms at roasonahlo prices.
Call at northwest corner of Sovonth
streot and Washington avonuo. !!7.7-4et
At CiiAut.KbTos. Tno man, John
Good, who was lined so heavily yesterday
for thoa!aullon Capt. Porkln(,of Vienna,
waniulll recently bartonder at Lano's
saloon, cornor of Sixth street and Com-
mercial avenue, but Is now running
"poison pen" at Charleston, Missouri.
A special conclave of Cairo
Commsndory will bo held ut the
Tiffi asylum this tVednoday) ovoning,
at 7.45 o'clock. Work in tho Hed Cross
and Templar order. A punctual attond
aaco U remsi.l vmhb .t. t.nltan
cordially Invited, lly order of tbo E. 0.
C3-7-8.lt Jkwmt Wilcox, Hcoorder.
IIASE Hall tLuii. Ho uiidorstandi
that an otl'ort is being inadu to or- iy
now ball club, and that a - tnnU8 8
. umiimbor of por
sons who bitvo , '
t .1. i, .mi j 'at0 tskon much
(,i ii tuu jintiuuui nuiw mis uijaiuus
' .U H-...I 1 1
to bocome members of it. A mooting for
tbo purpose of tffectliig au organization
was held lait night.
1)K. Ji:snklli: pays special attention to
tho Irregularities of children's tct'tb, nnd
to all operations for tlio preservation of
tho natural tcoth in both old and young
Tho host references givon from any part
of Southern Illinois. All work warrantod
satisfactory. Olllco on Eighth street, over
Stuart sV Gliolson's. 61-7-7-3t
LtUkOLAitv. Uurglais etl'ecled an en
trance into Phil Saup's Ice crosm estab
lishment night botoro last, or yesterday
morning, but if thoy serurod any money
Phil is not awaro of the fact. Several
boxes of c&udy, n fow cigars, etc., woro all
that went stolon. Tho entrance into tho
establishment vasiiudo through thebauk
door. Tho thlsvcs atu unknown.
Tine T us. kb Statics. The ferry boat
"Throo States" Is undergoing repairs, and
tbe old Cairo is again duing the ferry J
business. The Thro Btatss lias been in
lerrlco tblrtson months, and never laid up
nn hour for ropalrs. When last tested the
inspectors roported hor bollera and ma
chinery as good as thoy over saw
in a steamboat.
Oba.ntism "I'rof. O. II. Truman, of
Arkansas," proposes to Irnvol' through
Southern Illinois delivering a lecture on
"Liberty,1' and show that "(Irantlsm and
corruption are reducing, us to political
slavery." Prof. Truman Is n genuine
"Jayhawkor," ana will dish up '((Iranl'i'm
and corruption" In truo Arkansas style.
Notick. Moisrs. llooth, Frost, Ilrod
crick, Polo Mup, llogan, Djvorn, Cava
naugb, Parker, Hughes and Jenkins are
requested to nieot at Mr. llooth't room In
lb. City National Hank building, on Ohio
lovoe, this evening, for tho purpose of or
ganizing a base ball club to win tho
championship of Southern Illinois,
0178. It
JHihninu Ui'. Iteports from sumu
portions of the country report that tho
crrn crop Is suffering greatly for tho want
of rain that many Holds aro almost
burnad up. This condition of atrlrs,
however, is not general, In the low lands
tho growing crop being yet unhurt. Po
tatoes alio neid rain, and unless it comes
soon tho jield will bo greatly diminished,
and In some instances totally destroyed.
Hanny. Attention is cnlled to Mr. 0.
Manny's advertisement, to ho found in
another placo In this morning's Ilut.Li:riN,
Mr. llanny ,'s now selling goods at aston
ishing low prices, as low, If not lowor,
than has hcon otTored in this market for
many years past. Ills stock is vory large
and oompriscs goods of every quality and
price, llu invites nn examination of his
goods and prices loforo ptirchatlng else
whero. The naruer suop is uu sno corner 01
Eighth street and Commercial nvonuo
whero J. Goorgo Stlonbouso with his gen
tlemanly assistants can be found at tiny
hour of tho day or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your torapcr and head with a good sham
poo. It Is a first-clats shop, and you arc
suro of recoiving first-class treatment.
Ladiot' and children's hair cut or curlod
uftcrtho most approval stvlns. 8-U-tf
Nkw HuiI.dinos. Two now two story
brick buslncts bousoi nro to bo put up t
tha corner of Seventh street and Commer
cial avenue th ono by airs, Scott White
and tho other by Ous. lloito. Tbo work
of removing tho old frame house, lato it
part of thd Arlington,hasbeen commvneed
and will probably ha completed to-day.
Wo understand that n prominent dry
goods firm now doing business on tho
loveo will romovo into nno or tho now
buildiuga when complotod.
Puhkonai.. Sheriff Gray, of Johnson
county, was in the city yestorday.
L. W. Palmer, lato suporintendont
of the Cairo and Vlnoennos railroad, left
for tho east lest evening.
M.J 11 r. Til. rill, ono ot tnu,
and superintendent of tbo Cairo nj
Vincennos railroad, li registered at the
St. Charles hotel.
T. E. Clark, train dlspatohor or tho
Cairo and Vincennoi railroad, loft for
Carnii yestorday.
Mr. II. M. Mann, Esq., of tit. Louis,
ftirmorly of the linn of Heod ii Mann of
this city, Is registered at tho St. Charles
hotel.
Gknuink Persian insect powder, is tho
(lowers of (ground) of Pyrothrum Car
non in, n. plant growing at a high elevation
upon tho Caucatisa mountnlns and pos
eef ing in a singular dogreo, tho quality
of llrst stupifying and then killing insects
and vermin of overy kind, while at tho
Kitmu time it is harmless to man and ani
mals. A toaspoonltil of tho powder
burnod upon li vo conls or 11 hot iron will
oipel overy nusquito from tho house
without producing any unpleasant odor.
Heretofore It has only been sold in small
bottlus and at extravagant pricer. liar
clay llro's havo rocoived a pot of tho gen
uine powdor, which thoy sell by tho
ounce at a reduced prlco. Call nt either
of their drug stores and got an ounco and
try it. 7-'2.2w.
Puaitioai. Wahumam:ii. Mr. ,1. .1.
Stel.or, it' practical and thoroughly com
potent watchmaker, has cstab'ishoi him
self in business ut his residence, No. l'J
Cross stroet, whero ho will tako in all
work tenderod him. Mr. Stoker being
unuor no expimio, can allord to
work from 60 to 100 pur cunt cheaper
than any other watchmaking establish-
ment In tho city. All work warranted
togivo satisfaction. Ordors for work can
bo loft at tho bindery In Tin: JIum.ktin
building, il r. KUilxar nlao Isnopa nn hand
a rull supply ol all kinds oniowcrs, ana
will tskn rleasuro In fllllnr-
loft with him.
. . 3-7-1-lm
Tiik Gruman School. In yesterday's
IIum.kun we gave a longthy account of
tho origin and history of tho Gorman
school of Cairo, but tailed to say nil we
desired to wgaidlng it. It is proposed by
tho German School association to maku
somo important changes and repairs on
thoir sobool building, but In order to do
so they will havo to ask the assistance of
our buiinois men and tho publlo gener
ally. The contrmplatod repairs will ne
cessitate the expenditure of a considerable
sum of money probably several thousand
dollars, a portion of which tho association
hope to raise by subscription. The Gorman
school is an Institution tho city can illy
alloia to cllsponso with. The cost of
maintaining it is inslgniUcant wliun the
good It has accomplished Is considered
It is to bo hoped that every cltlzin will
donate acecor llng to his means.
1). AliTKii & Co. arejust recoiving tho
largest and bust assorted stock of saddles,
bridles, haruoai, otc, over brought to this
city.
HuuKiiti.su Nkiv. llucTs Crystal
Ilrllllant with glass oven doors. No oc
casion tn havo lurnt bread. Call and sou
It at T. J. Kmcrn'M. 87-0-1'J-lf
THE COURTS
Circuit court is still In iisslon and tho
docket L being cloared as rapidly at pos
sible. Judgo ltnlior soeim to bo dotor
mlned not to "lot up" tint I the I sift case
Ins heon ilujioud of, If if'lskes all sum
mer.' i ji.he rot.IT,
John Good, charged 'win an asssult on
thu porsou of Capt. Wi. Perkins, of
Vienna, on the l'mrth in front of a
saloon ti Uomrnercial .venue, bntweon
Fifth and Sixth slraots, fas boforo Jtldgn
llross yesterday morrilr; lor n hearing.
Capt. Perkins Is an ol nun, nt less
than Ufty-flvo mil proha'ly much older,
abd tho Injuries ho rectved at Good's
hands will disfiguro hlr. for life, and
may cstiso him muoh pslnand sull'iirlng
Capt, Porkins, thu pro uniting witness,
Eobt. Jameson of Vloma. nnd Win
Alba and Nicholas Pmity, of Cairo,
ero wltnesict to tho hilar, and woro all
oxttnlned at lh 1 trial ytserJsy morning.
I-roin their ovidenoo, am they nil swore
to pretty much the samttblng, It seems
that, on Saturday aftirnnon, h fow
minutes boforo tho dopaituro of tho Cairo
and Vincennos train, l'.rkliu and Jame
son wont Into IJinklo's ialoon. While in
tho saloon Good apiroachod Perkins
and ontcrod Inl" cinversatlon with
him, and during thn talk took Pcrkln's
watch out of his t IVkln s 1 pocket nnd
bold it in his htn 1 Aftr a low minutes,
Perkins went out on the fidowalk and en
gaged In convcrsalloii with Prouty, ro
rnarkinc that Good ha I taken his watch
out of his pockot tiisJ wondered what It
meant. Prciontly Uocd caino out, and
Prouty sail to hln thnt 'dia hadn't ought
to tako a ilratgor's watch out of his
pocket." Good lenled that he had dono
so, and appealed to the old man, but I'er
kinj said that hehad. Without any fur
ther provocation Gocd struck the old
man a terrible bnw on the chook. Per
kins dropped on .he udowalk, apparently
inserulblc. Juncson wont to assist
Perkins to his feo'., when Good nssaulted
him (Jameson) rad struck him several
times.
Perkins was flnilly taken up and put
on tho cars, hut d;d not entirely recover
his preionco of mind until tho train
ncared Mound City. Upon examining
his fao! it appeared tho loft chook bono
had been broken atd complotoly crushed
in, tho gum deadened and his oyo terribly
disflgurod nnd blaikonod. Thero being
(jo ovldonc that (Jood struck Perkins
with anything In the shape of a weapon
Judgo llross coull not hold him
to bail, and fined Li.ti one bundrel dol
lars and costs for an assault and balterv
and for an assault on .Umcion ho was
Unod twcnty-llvu (iullars nnd costs, tho
total of both linos and costs holnc illl 00
This man, Good, is a hard case, and has
been an oljeot of s llciludo to the police
lor along time. As for tho lino against
him, Judg llross went to tho farthest
limit of the law in this itistunce, and
would no doubt have made tho fln's much
larger had tho law allowed him to do so
Harry Jones and James Mi"M""c
w.,..i .., - Jj - ning drunk
and dliorderly. When lakon beforo his
honor they "ucknovlf dged tho corn,'1
nnd were fined live dollars and costs each.
Jones only hut? four dollars In cash, and
being a stranner in tho city, did not wnt
to bo left dectitdto of funds ; so ho went
to tbo culalooio for livo days. AV'heu his
timo Is up ho will have four dollars to
start on another spree Marrs had no
money, and was glad ot i. Ho would as
loon bo in jiil as out of li, and was happy.
James Stovuns was very drunk and
slightly dUordorly. Ar.dy Cain found
him In this condition aud look him to tho
calabooso. When taken beluro llross bo
admitted that he bad bsn drunk, but
didn't know anything abrut the disorderly
charge. Ho was Unod fivo dollars and
tbo usual cults. Ha wiu fortunate onough
lo have tho ready caMito settle lilt bill,
which ho paid and wcu hi: way rejoic
ing. Sciir.NCK't, Si.a Wu. 11 Tonic In tho
atmosphoro experlcnctl hero during tho
summer months, the elhargy produced
by tho heat takes aty tbo dosirn for
wholsomo food, nnd IrKpont perspirations
roluco bodily energy, srtlcularly those
suffering from tho offecs of debilitating
diseases. In order t.i keep tt natural
healthful activity of tl.o system, wo must
resort tn arlilieia! incut. Tor this pur
poso Schonck's Sea Wwd Tonic is very
uH'octuul. A few doic vlll croHlo an np.
potlto and givo fresh vi;or to tho enerva.
ted body. For dyepepsh, It is Invaluable.
Many eminent pbsiciirit havo doubted
whethor dyspepsia cm bu permanently
cured by drugs whin are genorally em
ployed for that rur'ose. Tho Soa Wood
Tonic in its natun is totally different
from such drugs, it contains no corro
sive minerals or nidi; In fact it assists
tho rogular oporatins of nature, and sup.
pile hor detloncio. Tho tonic In its 11a.
lure to much roscnbles tho gastric julco
flmt it is n. .,t Jor.Hl with that lluld.
The gaitric julio ls tho niiiUti.. -lront
which, m a hoa'thy condition of tho body,
ciiuios tbo food to be digested! nnd when
this julm is tot oxcrotod in sutUcient
qumtitlo, iniigcttion, with alt Its .lis.
trossing symptoms, lollowe. Tbo Sea
Wood Tenia performs tho duty of tho gas
trio juice hcn tho lattor Is doficient,
Sciionck's &a Wcod Tonic, sold by all
druggists. 68 7-l.lm ood
CHEAP LUMHEK.
Desiring ti wind up our partnership
business, urojscllli g lumber nt reduced
rates $'J pn thouiand less than markut
pricos. llavltg n largo stock of logs on
hand, wo are jreparod to Illl all bills nt
short notice. Wo nro selling sidewalk
liltnbor and oat, at flU per thousand, cash,
delivered; and poplar, at corresponding
Uguros.
Mr. McGabiy bolng no longer In our
employ is no' authorized to tako or
ders, collect bids or receipt for tho firm.
C'J.T-S -4w Wall A Knt.
Tiik largut nnd best-snlocted stock
of FIJ UN IT': HE for snlu ut wholesale
and retail by H UN HY EICHIIOPP, No.
I Ifi, (Vmimer'inl avcnuoppnsltn Sovonth
trcet. 71 0.17-am
RIVER NEWS-
pour list
ni(! following were the arrlrula and de.
pul.iro; lor the 'Jl hour, enalng at 6
o'clock last e cuing. "
AHntVALs:
Steamer John Kyle, Aow Orleans
" Mlnneola, Clnolnnatl
" It W Dugan, Cincinnati
" Jamos Flsk, Paducah
" Pauline Oarroll, St louls
UKrAKTKIl,
" John Kyle, St. Louis
" Mlnneola, Momphlr.
" It W Dugan, Memphis
" Jim Fisk, Paducah
" Paulino Carroll, Now Orleans
Tu Hitiks. The Ohio rlvor Is about
on a sum .till here. Tho MI.,I.,ppI
reported .tat.0..,v ,t Hu lj9(l
HUUUS L.I1TUI1 IlfHS UU1 LU .L.. .
" pori.
The attromely hot Weatlur i.K.t....
with no Indications of rain. Tho thormo.,.'
oter weat higher Yesterday than on i.nv
other day during tho season, at one time
inJicating '.UT abovo ziro. Tn stroets
are In a dreadfully dusty condition, and
tho least gust ot wind produces a perfect
avalanche of dutt.
Iluslnss on the landlnt: was verv dull.
thoro being very little freight of any kind
moving. This condition of thiogs will
probably oontinue for somo timo lo come.
MlscKLUNKous. The Great Hopub-
Ho will loave St. Louis to-dav for New
Orleans. She has only a moleralo trip,
but expects to Illl out below The
ferry boat "Threo States" is undergoing
repairs, having besn in sorvlco thirteen
montha without Iooiin-r a dav. The In.
spnetors roport her fcollors and raachlnory
among trio bcstlliey over saw In a steam-
boat. She will bo ready for serrico In a
day or two. The old ferry boat "Cairo,"
has taken her placo in tho
ferry business The Jim Fisk
makes her daily trips, but tbe trado she
receives dom not amount to much
Tho. Pauline Carroll arrlvod horo on Mon
day afternoon bstweon thros and four
o'clock, but dli not gt away until Tues
day ovenlng Tho P.. W. Dugan and
Mlnneola, both out from Cincinnati, ltt
for Memphis The Future City left
St. Louis last evening with a tow
of barges for New Orletns
ASS ION EE S N OT I C E .
All porsous having claims against II
A. Hannon aro hereby notified to present
tho samu to me immediately, ns all affairs
of tho concern must be settle 1 by the 10th
lost. U. F. llLAKK,
l'.'.7.'J.td Asslgneo of II. A. Hannon.
notice!
On and alter this date all persons are
notified not to givo or soli intoxicating
liquors to my husband, Thomas Sullivan,
and not to harbor him under ponalty of
tl'o law. Ei.lk.s Sullivan.
Cairo, III., Juno 30, 1671. 2l-C-28-Ct
music!
0. 0. IJodon, Director of Pnn'f'Tflpry
?l.Mu:jC.a
nil stringed and wind Instruments. Kle
menlary principles, thorough bass, bar
mony nnd counter point. Unprecedented
inducements offered. Thoso wishing to
accuro his services will please apply at
tho Conservatory of Music cornor of
Twelfth street and Washington avenuo.
Pianos tuned and repaired.
GKOCEU1E3 ATATCTION.
I will soil, commencing on Tuesday
morning, July 7th, at 8 o'clock a. in., and
continuo from day to day until tho entire
stock of groceries, etc , aro disposed of,
at tho storu of Henry Hasonjager, on
Eighth street, botwoen Commercial and
Wathlngton avcnuei. Thu stock consists
of :oll'ee, sugar, spices, woodwaro of all
descriptions, shelf oods, flour, moal, etc.
Also tho counters and shelving, scalos,
and in fact ovorything that is kept or
used in a first-class family grocery store
Salo without resorvo.
01 7-.2t L. H. M vers, Auctioneer.
AGENT WANTED.
-Mr. G. W. Smith, special agent lor tbo
IIowk Mauhink Company, is now
stopping ut tho St. Charles hotel. Tho
company want a first class agent in Cairo,
and Mr. Smith is prepared to oiler special
inducomonts to ono of tbo right kind. Tho
machine is woll known horo as woll as in
other sections of country whero rowing
machines uro iu use, and in kaot, as well
as by roputation, is tho very best
and moat salable mschino tnanulac
lured. Anv nrirann .'ualrlm. nn n..AnnM
will pleaso call on Mr. Smith, at tho St.
Charles hotel, for a fow days 10 C-5-tf
HOlil) OUT.
H-tving sold out my olllco and practico
to ut. .1. Jonnolle; of Duljuow, who
will tako possession of tho olllco tho llith
01 .nine, I hosopoak for Dr. Jonnello a
liberal share of public patronage. I am
well acqtmlntod with him and know List
to ho n first-class dentist, ani would most
ohcorfully recommend him to all of my
Iriondsand patrons. G. E.Douoxab.
notice.
All thoso indebted to me and all those
having accounts against 1110 ore rcquoited
to call nnd eottlo as I hava sold out nnd
Intend going away tho 12lh of Juno.
3'J-O-l.Gt Q.J-:. Douulas.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-t'AKTNEIU
snip.
The co.partnorihlp horotoforo oxisttng
under tho firm name of lUrman it Co.,
In thu roal citato business, Is this dav dls.
solved by mutual consent. Mr. Harmon
will pay all debts against tho firm
and rocoivo all amounts due tha snmo
John (J. Haum vs.
ClIAS. TllltUlT.
Cairo, III., July :i, 1871.
I, John (J, Harman, under tho firm
namo of John 0.. lUrman & Co., will
conduct tho business and oontinuo tho
sairo at the same placo whero tho latu firm
conducted their business,
John (J. Habman,
Cairo, HUJuly .'l,UJ7l. J8.7-3.3t
Tiik Hkst. Win. r.udwig, harness
mukur, corner of E'ght street and Com
mercial ovenuo, has the bast supply of
liumosi, saddles, bridles, etc., In Southorn
Illinois, nnd soils them us cheap as tbo
cheapest. '-M:6-31-,f
CtiARooAt. ifurnaots at T. J. Kkiitu'h'.
J 87-0.1t.tf
Ciiasuoal In any quatnllt to suit
purchasorat T. J. Kkiitii's. a7.C-lU.tf
A1.1, tho day boardor In tTTo city can
ba accommodated at tho St. Charles
hotel, with first-class board at second class
rates 704.io.tf
Tuiikisii bathing towols, bathing
gloves, sponges, oxlrn Hay rum, toilet
powden, rolallod at wholesalo prices at
llarclay tiros. .7-'J-2w
Cottauk s-oii Uk.vt. No. 32 Truth
street. Gjol ciitorn ; rooms all on first
floor. Hint fJlO por month,
fij.7-l.0t 0. Lamk, Agent.
LniKitAi. Uklioious Association.
On Sunday evening, noxt, July Ctb, Prof,
llurlolgh will lecturo broro tho Liberal
Hullglous Association In thoir hall, ut the
corner of Twolflh street and Washington
vonuo. Tbe rubied nf tin, lm-lnm will
1,0 "tv-a Unit of tho Universe."
M 1 LLlNKIt ()001M AT Cost. Mrs
llrlggs, Commercial Vonuo. corner li-nth
street, wishes to Infor., the ladles of C-Iro
ami vicinity that for tho rim im days alio
win sen nor summer mlllinory nt coif
1 luaso call and oxalnitio her cnoda. If
you wiiU something iu0 nw price,
H'J G-17-lin
Tiik t-xlravnianl pricos demanded for
fuathir dtiltors havu deprived tbo houre
koopers of moderate means of their use
llarclay llroi,, by purchasing In large
quantities from first hands, aro now en
abled to roduco tho prices so as to I ring
t'uoiu within tho roach ut all. They also
keep every variety of window, wnll and
floor brushes, with long handles, which
thoy retail at wholcsnlo'prlcos. -7-'J-'Jw
S AhlllNOION HaKKKV. Mr. Joseph
Itonckor has takon char go of this well
known establishment, and wlP, on and
alter to-day, bo able to supply tbo
public with cboico bread, including
llonton, Itrown and Graham bread, besides
c.Vft and Lonfoctlonurks of every de
scription. Ilcing an oxperUnced unit
skilful baker, Mr. Konekcr will not fail to
satisfy all who patroni.o hi in. 110
Washington avenue. od-7-2.ini
It Is a fact well established that most
of tbe ale aru' porter sold as gcnulno
Scott n ulo aui'i London porter Is entirely
unfit for modical use, bolng bar t imita
Horn. llarclay ltro's, ths drti,' ;lts. re
cognizing tho Importance of ha'ini; tho
genuino go.L, havo procured direct an
invoico of McEwou's alo and llyait
porter, which can bo had lor me -Ileal pur
poies, nt their stores nn Onto levvu and
Washington avenuo, at moderato prices
2w 1
IIO AT ktoiii;
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
W1I0LESAL1 GROOER,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer In
BOAT STORES
No. 7 Olilo Lcvce, OAIUO, ILLS
tST.SpccIal atlcntion given to coimls-n
menu and llltiiu onlerv. 11. 'i tl
SAM WILSON,
di:ai.i:i! in
BOAT STORES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
2NTo. HO Olilo Lovoo
CAIRO ILLS.
I.USMIr-.U.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
DIIAI.KIiS.IN
LUMBER
OP AU, KINDS, I1AU1) ANII HOPT,
Keep coiii-tautlv oil hand
FLOORING! SIDING,
ALSO. L.VIil.
Mill and Vur.1,1 ""."'.a.'"' Street
1 J mid Ohio Levey.
. WALL So ENT,
.Manufactureri nnd Dealers in
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AISD LATU,
CAIRO, ILLS.
I'Ol'LAK.OAK, OVl'KUH, ASH, GUM
AND COTTONWOOD, bUH
FAOEI) LUMUKK.
DUESSKI) VINE, Abll AND l'Ol
LA It FLOOltlNO, OEILNG AMI)
SIDINO.
tayoilleo at saw mill on corner of Twen-
ty.i-econd Hreet nnd Ohio l.eu-o.
10"-.VJI.tf
R. JONES,
Boot & Shoe
MAKER,
Commercial Avenue.
llctwccc Tenth and Eleventh Street,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
In liremtrcd to illl nrilern without tlelav.
Iln luiH ;i rioii vtnek oflmrxrlcd leather 011
hand, junt receded from uvcrk, ami Iuh
put ilimn the prices to tyc lowest iioteh.
B'i "Jill
MOTT'S
LIVER PILLS!-
A u old phynlHan nnce said that nearly all
illM'AacaorlKlnalolnim x mhkahkii co.niu.
Hon oc tiik i.ivkii, nnd Ihla Matcmcnt Is
tnie, ailliotigu 11 may ut first Hi-em like au
nxngKeratluii. When the Uvcr In out ol or
der hip Vtiioio ayntem ami every orKan unil
function miffer more or less In eonaciuenco.
111 tliu inclplt nt stages 01 tiiotiiscnsii n matt
DOES NOT KNOW WHAT AILS HIM.
lie Is moodv. realteai anil iliinniindriitiiiiid
Unit la Iho lll-in to take a KIMl'l.i: IIK.MK.liv
thnt will reitoro li 111 to lie-lilt.
IN A SINGLE DAY,
and prevent n l 'c train of tU'cacM that
may follow.
MOTT'S LI VKH TILLS cure torpidity of
thn Liter.
MO IT'.S LIVEIt 1MLI.H give tone to tho
stomach,
MO ITS LIVEIt TILLS cleanse the
tcm nl lillc,
MOT'I'S LIVEIt TIJ.LS drlxu out Ichlllo
nll'crtlun.
AIOT'l"S LIVEIt TILLS Vrentrthcti the
whole xyHcin.
JIOTl'rt I.IVKII TILLS rewilslo the
Liver, and aro more reltnhle iu Liver med
icine than ntiy nl Ihe inliiernl preparation
thai IMI.MOltK iiaii.s. Til N nooi).
Fur alo liy all ilnij-'KlnlK. Trlco 'i- eclita
per ho v. ..A
JOHN T. IIENItV, OUItltAN A-C'O., I'm- 4
prletora. H mill 11 College I'laco, Nt.w 1 ink 7
Vo itn. - Mis t-H.4w,
iiLiTiiir.riH
7 JACOB WALTER,
ETJTCIIER.,
And Dealer In
FRKSIL MEAT.S,
EjUllTII SlRKIT. IIKT. WAalll.V.TN Ahtl
OoMsiKrtt-lAUsVvx.adjoiiiiii,; Hanny .
Keep" the hi-at or llecl, IVrk.Mutl jii Mill,
I. mill, S.iii.ar, i.t, ., ami In .ri' ared to
M-ltc fiimlllt-a In -t acicplalile lilitliliir
J AS. KYNASTON,
BUTCHER
And Dealer In
ALL KINDS OK J'HHSI! MKATo
Ni-ar (ior. Twentieth Htroot and
Commercial Avenue
OA IHO. ILLINllI 1
HYLAND & SAUR
Aud Dialer 111
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of cu-ry ilceriptlon.
Cor. lOlhMrtil and Coinnu-r lal A nine,;
.Next iliMir Ij thn 1 1 Imi.J .-ulo-Hl
IOB. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT & SON
Wli'iU-alL- and IteU II Dcalcm in
TUHE LAKE ICE,
Cairo, Illinois, and Columhus, Kcnticky.
Cairo ulllee at llulen A Wllaon'a, corner
1 ueltlh Mn i-t and Ohio K-u-e.
Wo will run an Ice ivijnn throiitrhniit tin
eiiMHi, .iLliverlnz pure l.ko li e in ,m 11.1 1
nil.1-.? t,V"' ".? "--Ut pr.., and
111" '"'"'"h our liiemia outside tlir eltj
with Ice iiv the c.-ttio or ear load, packed In
ww diirt, lor uhlpiiK nt to am ilManti-.
' & .Vlitf
F. M.STOCKFLETH,
IMPOBTEB
Uccttltcr mid Wholesale Dealer In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LKJUOKS AND WINKS.
XO. Ill, OHIO LEVEE,
l'Jl.l,,,- ' '
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
l ur.sn si-Hind noons
M It 8 . M . JACKSON,
(Konncrly Mm. Swandern,)
Announces that aho hat msf opened a lart
assortment ol the 6
NJ'.WEST,
MOST FArJHIONA HLK,
AND 1IANDSOM EUT
Millinery (I001H to l,e round in tno martot
dhe wIU keep on band
Hath, IIonnkth, Tlowew), IUiiiiomh,
Diss- TxiMMiNciH oy All Kiww,
Laud b JfciMirsiiiNa Goods, Notionh,
COLLAHo, UNIKRHI.llKVKf, HurKB,
And all irooda found 111 millinery titorex, all
ol which will be dlpood ol at tho lowest
cash pricos. Jim. dacknon rcfpoclfully
ask a continuation of tho pataonKo which
has been uo llhrially bcsUowod upon her hv
the ladles of Cairo and the vicinity.
CONSUMI'TIOiN CURED.
To iho Editor of Tun Hiim.iitim:
i.nii;i:.mi;i i- iui:ni: Vm will pleaso In
lo l III your readem that I havo a pusltltc
CUKE FOIt COXSUMl'TIOX
ami till ill.nnli iH nl llm'l'l
and that, by Iu uu- In my pructlee, I Inn J
cured hundreds of cases, and will glte
$1,000 00
lor a t-usti It will not buiielit, fndoed, ki
. ........ 1 . r..l.i. ...111
sttiiio; is III) iiiiiu, a mil Ht'UII.I nAMri.l,,
i'iu:i, iu any MiUVror ndilretslut me.
I'lvaao enow una letter lo unj 0110 3
itiiiwwho N auileriiiL' from tleso illseui.e
Hid oblige,
J illlOIMll
VoUH,
DR.T.r. BURT.
Mllllntu . Now v,,rh

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