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NEW A DVB RTI SEM E NTS
BASE BALL.
RIYBRSIDKSVS. STARS.
MOUND CITY. ILL.,
TUESDAY, AK.IM lib, AT .if. M.
Members of th Star Club and all oibr
... t.Ailito.l that amine waimM Will ltata
the corner of ievrnlh street ami Ontnmcr
rl.l avom, for Mound Uly, at precise')
1 .. .lock 1. M., riurnitu; at 7. ,,...
jUTFare for the round trip FlITt
CENTS. r-S-l-lt
NEW LUMBER YARD.
L'OK. SEVENTEENTH ST. AND COM
.MEKCIAL AVE.
The undersigned baling itabllOieil a
new-lumber yard In connection with their
stwmill, are prepared to furouli nil kiwis of
building material, such as
PINE, CYl'HESS, FOPLAK
And Ash rioonnr, Sldlmr. J tClng. Ac.
Special attention Is called to our Heatn
boat, Wafou and Agricultural Implement
Material, which "111 lc furnished on i-boit
notice In linri or small nuanillie.
A lart;e stuck of cheap IuihIm r on hand at
our mill, which will ic ioi.I at JS to Jlo per
tnuaiicl in cnrloail lot. Alo lain ana
shingles furnlthed In any qu.intltv.
Cine. l.ANC.isitlt A Co.
Cairo, 111., August 1, 174. SMtm
ST. LOUIS JMlYimiTY.
tub FonrY.vmu. annual
SKSSION of .Studtei In the
ft. i.ouis untvbusitv
Will begin on
MONDAY, SEITEMHEP. 7tli,
For Frotpeett, giving Wms, instrac
tlom to parents, Ac, &c, apply to or
addrers
KEY. JOS. G. ZEALAND, S. J, '
President.
St. Loot UnWersltv, St. Louis, Mo.
21-:.17-4i:w-lrji
r.iniLijisr.flrs
R. SMYTH & CO.
WHOUtiALK
LIQUOR DE ALE US
R. JONES
MAKER,
Commercial Avenuo,
netweco Tctitn ami Ltercnlh Streets
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Is urctiarcd to till ordcrt. wltL'Out dclav.
lie hat n Iin6 ktoi-k of iuif rrtid leathernii
nanu,juti recencu iroin .m1 enc, unit lia
put down thepriem to tve loet iiott h.
S-l tlm
ICE. ICE.. ICE.
THOMAS SPR.OAT & SON
Wlinlele aud Retail Dcalets In
l'UKK LAKK ICK,
Cairo, IIHnol, and Columbu, Kentucky.
Cairo office at Hulcn A- M'UaouV, comir
Twelfth strt-et and Ohio
We will nin an ice wagon Uroua;tiOut
c-ason, dfilverlnirpnrel.keif!!! any pit
f the fit at the lutrtt-t tsuitet prlee. an
ol). a.o luriiub our frlert'i. uuttide the el t
With Ice o-. the k or rar load, packed I
ww dual, lor bipiuett to sit) tll.ijai, ...
f:,-iTMt
MILLER a, PARKER,
General Commission
-AM
FORVARDIKG WERCH
s,
Deaden in
FLOUH, COUN, OATS, "HAY. ke.
Agents for Kairbank a .Scales
OHIO LEVEE. CAI ROJ LLS
t. h. i uisiicwooil. , .1. TWt:. wood
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
OK.VKIIAI.
Commisssion Merchants,
Lj.ilcTi iu
l'lour, Com, Oats, Hay, Ac
o. 7s ouio i,i:v);i:,
. CAIRO. ILLINOIS
COi, HAKIUSON it'tJoT"
(Succenora to u. liurd A: Hon.i
AND
Commission Morchunts,
ri-UllSi,UUAI AAI) HAT,
Mo 03 Ohio Levoo, CAIRO, ILLH,
WOOLCTT'S PAIN AINT
Cure all kinds ol pains Korealo by
FINN AND METZ
Solo agents lor Aloxsnder, J'u'nkl, Pnion
nd Mabe countiei. U-C-ll-Sm
he Ittlltfin.
CAIRO LOCAL KEWS.
h.im r.i
urn n.u-is
omcbo-lv i i A1' Mora u' i tl'mtimiil ii.ll
tiritlk. ifuii v'l"'1 I 'i I unlet. l'r
i -,n t 4 no.
SlMlCIIII)' i.
One lliou-aod tUtetnrntt timed nt I m:
Hl'llktix uiflcc lor f:i.w to t oo.
Nolo IlrmU.
One thousand note head ruln'rd at TllK
Uui.t.kTi.v oitlce lor a)4 u twotliiniiid mr
ClU'.lt.
One thoilMMd hwlneM onnK fins Itrl.tol
board, printed at This IliM.i.mtx ''
from &tJrt to ffi 00. tcrorellny I" ''.
Tt'KSDAY, Attil'Sr 4 1S71
AVantrd A vraah woman apply at
The Hi li.kiix office, tf
Gone. Dr. Jonncllo Itft town tail
night. Ha will return next Thursday,
Nights of Egypt to-night. All tnem
lien requested to be in iittor.dnr.ee . 11 v or
der ol the V. ( C.
Oar. thuutand Clilnn.o pAmioli nt
Hr.man', only tweuty-flro centl each
.' 6-7-S0 tf
Cairo R.vomMi-ric.sr. I. O.O. l- most
lo.nfphl for work in ttn "flolden Ilulo"
and "J!ovI I'jrpie" degrcci.
Toavu. Circuit Olerlc ocum ilill
lingeti at Dixon pringi. He will prn-
ahlv relurn In the ootirso of a few dayi.
SrtuvAN. Drug, medicine, per
fumery, everything In tho line, at T.
K.-SuHlvan'e, 162 Commercial avenuo.
Lr.vi'H. County Olerk Lynch ii off
on a week' furlough. Jla ! in tho
upper part of the county, iotnev;bere.
Kru JtK.VT. Two room, fultaU for
otBc and bI room, ovar Jlonry'i hard
war itom, Couimrclsl avenue, corner
Rlgth itreet. T-l'.'-tf
Dtl. A lUtfe child of Mr. and Mn
Fwd. Whitcanip, a;i about two yeirn
on Sunday. Tbt funeral took place
y.tUraHy.
PnaoEi. Jailor I'itKgerald bai
twtsty-HX p:iioten u:i:r tui Kteping.
Tky are a tairtd crowd, men and womec
Hack and white old and ycung.
Coax.. The price of coal having tscn
reduced to tbrte dollari per ton a great
aariy cituens are now laying in their
iapp!y for the winter.
b'OMETinsa 'evt. Uueks Crystal
Brilliant with glass oven doors, lio oc
casion to have lurct bread. Call ncd seo
it at T. J. Kkktii's. 67-6-10-tf
An. the day boarders in tho city can
bs accommodated ut tho St. Charles 1
note), with ntst-clata bvnia nt itxuna class l
i
ratA
ig4.19-tf
Dr..
Williams, Dontist may bo found
in his otSco at any tiuio ; extracts teeth at
nil hours day or night. Olli.o at HO
Commercial avenue, between fctlTand 'Jth
street. 45-31-lm
Davis. Mr. D.ivU, editor of the '.Sun'
lectured in the Method!. '. church on Sun-
dhy, both morning and evening. Both
lectures woro lietenea to by large audi
ence). roMi-oxm-The barbscue announosd
to come oil' to-day, under tho auspices of
tho free llenevolent Sons of Atnerici,ha
been postponed uatil some other day in
the near future.
TllK S. Ii. Lose The inagbeat r?. 11.
Long came down from Mound City yes
terdny. and itflor coaling bore procoeded
on her way dovm the Mississippi rlvor.
Y could not learn bur destination.
Wu at. One dollar a buihel is the
ruling price paid fur wheal in the dillVir
nut country towns round about fair).
.11 ueii of the wheat bought in these
towns Is being shipped to Cilre.
Ham Ball. The Star b.iu ball club
of Cairo go to Mound City this afternoon
to play nanatuh came with thi Hivirsides
ct that piece. Ttie game promists to be
u inVerntim; one.
Hthiyo AoiIN. Mrs. Cahilt is build
ing a new two it dry frame Iicuse on the
eorser of iMTentMcta street and Com
mercial avenue, cn the site of the lioun
recently deatroyed by fire.
till Anotukk A flan cow, belong-
lot; to n colored man who live in the
barracks, died Sunday morning of the
dry murrain a dUM now prevalent
among the cattle of the city.
I'HOTWIKAI'MI. Kor tts next sixty
days AVm. Wiuter will make the be
ot photographs at il per ilontn. Thi i
a rare op;torlutity fur those desiring
work in this line. 17 T-S-aot
luouiauu yarns two-Inch groa
grain ribbon, all colore and warranted all
silk, at fifteen oettl a yard. One-inch,
tame ribbon, wr ton cents u yard at
HartMian's. 30 7-90-tf
All persons indebted to Wull t Knt
that do not make settlement before the
15th day of August will Hnd their ac
counts in the hands of Eiquiro Br on for
collection. Wall A-Knt.
33.8.2.'.'w
ViiK (J vx. Breech louder, Kebound
ing Locks, Laminated Httel Barrels with
latest Improvements. On exhibition und
lor sale, at Henry's Hardware Store-
comer Commercial avonuo and Kit-bib
(troet.
tf
IIUICK Mr. Klein, the brlck-maker,
will furnish tho brick for Halliday Bros.
new warehouse, to be built in tho rear ef
the Egyptian mill. Tho work on tho
now structure will commence In u day or
twe
Tint Oamb To-Day. The rnembors of
the Star baso ball club, and all others In
tcroited, aro notlflod through an adver-
lieemont to bo found in another co.umn
of this morning' Uviabtim, that .hacks
will lfixro from tho cornor of Seventh
treet hnd Cotntncrelnl nvenuc, at 1 o'clock
to-day. .
Notlcic. Thoro will l a mgubtr meot
ing of tho Cairo Oealno Vlntdy eveu
in tiptt, Atigmt Cth. A prompt attn I-
!. i I nil niPtnl.ff i teq iUd.
i'td"r I tho J'raadent.
ltuxHoli) V. nirsr.,
4T-Q-l2t 8cfeiry.
Tub M uri.Mtas. Th thirtp-ti nerae.,
arretad aome Ino inontha ngo c.n tho
tleutuer .lainff Howatd for mutiny, nr
Hill In tho county jail. Indictmetitc wro
fjund egfiinit each of tho prisoner by tl.n
last grand jury, and they will be held un
til tho next leislon of the United Stato
circuit court, which meet In title city In
October, wlmn they will probably Lo trl d
(JtUBT. MatlerJ abit. lh) c'irt hauia
aro extremely fj'tlet j'nt now. County
Clark Lynch and Circuit Clerk Yocum
aro out of town nnd their offices art) bema;
run by deputies. SharilV Itvlu nnd
Treaiuror Martin aro to bo found at lhir
respective poMs r.ltondlng to buinai.
IU)y Ii hippy, ntid Dirk Hilftgaratd ha
tile hand full In taking earn of tho hoj
behind the hare.
Tilt C'ou.scir- TIib city council will
mct In regular teeilon to-night. Y'a to
ilevo hl'tiut lite only quettluii of Internal
(hat I likely lo eotno up for ronMeratbn
will bo the gas qut.tion. Three tbouiand
dollars ha been appropriated to piy the
oxpnaof lighting theatre -"i"i
lt. rrtti!e lume agreement will ho ar
rived at between the c.ty and the gai com
pany to-night.
I'r.iVATr. lloAKDixo. .Mra. .1. SV. Car
michael having takon tbe largo hcuso at
the corner of Sixth street and Washing
ton avenue, i preparotl to
furnUh privnto hoarding to a
limited number of either ladies aud gen
tlemen, or to gentlemen und their wiroi.
The house is very planty located nnd
convenient to the butinete partoi thecity.
The rooms are large, airy nnd well
lighted. Tor further information inquire
at the house.
iiKBKADK. James C. llerclay and
lady were the recipient of a com,-H-mentery
serenada last night by the
Cairo Silver Ccrnet band. Between ten
and eleven o'clock, the bind dropped in at
the St. Charles hotel, taking Mr. and Mrs.
Barclay completely by surprise. After
serenading Mr. acd Mrs. I!.rclay, the
ban J. went into the ofiice of the hotel and
(orenided Mr. Wilcox, it being his fonrty
first birth day.
Stolek, oa What ? SotnathTng like
a week ago Mr. . 15. Thirtnpson, a
farmer living near Unity, lost a good
horse, bridle and saddle, and it was sup
posed they waro stolen. MterilT Irvin
was notified, and wss on the lookout for
the horse nnd thW. Yesterdav hu re
kul.tri liiitmi.aUun Irom Mr. Thornnaan
that tto hone had returned, minus the
saddle and bridlo. Tno question i, If the
horto was stoleu, huw JiJ it gtt away trorn
the thiof and find its wav home? or if
borrowed, why don't the borrower return
the saddle and bridle.
THE PLANTERS' HOUSE.
Tho nurnsrous friends of Mr. lieufner
proprietor of the Planters' House, will
please take notice that a lunch will be
I spread to-night, to which he invites all
: to eotno and partake, both ladles and
KJ.nticmbD. jje invites his American
friends, tho members of the Caiino, the
ConcorJis, and of the seveial lire compa
nies, all to be preiHiit.
Milwaukee beer nice and freih, and
cold as ice, will hi on tap. .Mr. Heufnor
believes all bter good Cairo, St. Louts,
Cincinnati, und all, but the levers of Mil
waukee beer will find nil they want at the
l'lanters'. Mr. Heufr.cr does not seek to
drivo other brunds of bier out of the
taarkot, but c thero i a demand for
Milwaukee beer he propoios to supply
that demand. IG8-4lt
i'KHiO.NAI.. D. Axlel. superintendent
of the Cmro Division of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern railway ft In the
city. HU headquarter! aro at the St.
Cbarles hotel.
Jewell Wilcox went lo St. J.oun last
nL'IiL He will return to-dv.
P.obt. Bagwell, rilr6ivJ,controtitr, Is
in the city, and slapping at the St. Cbariei
betel.
Mr. 1'. W. Burclay left for Chicago
yoierd.y. He will b absent till the lil
or the weeif, ar.tl when he return will
bring his family with him.
The guesu roistered at,the I'iatitera'
House joiterday were H S Murpby.i
Olnoinnatli Frank Hunter, :w Tork
John Murray, Louisiana ; Cbarle Joelyn,
i-ouistanai James Wallice, St Louis;
Kdward Wahl, S: Joph, Missouri.
Mr. A. Comings l-ft on Sunday
afternoon fgr a trip to Canada, nnd
through the New KngUnd States. He
will be absent hbotit one month, during
which time he will Ut hu friend at home
hear frutn him through the columns of
Tub Bllletis.
Among tho arrivals at tho St. Charles
hotel yenerday worn the following : W
C Hardwick, Memphis ; L Kellybcrger,
Alton ; V W Bibb, I'iducuh j 1 Kr),
I'londa; John K 1'ulman, Water Valley,
MHiinlppl; H J Uoodberg, Cincinnati i
V C rtennluk, New Orleans; 11 C Shields,
New Orleans; A N Swayno, bt Louis.
CHEAl LUMBKH.
Desiring to wind up our partnership
business, we aro'solllng lumber nt roduoed
ratoi $'J per tbouiand less than market
prices. Having a largo stock of log on
hand, we aro prepared to 1111 i.ll bills nt
short notice. Wo are elllng sidewalk
lumber and oak, nt fly per thousand, cash,
delivered; and poplar, at corresponding
flguros.
Mr. McUaboy bolng no longer In our
employ Ii not authorized to tako or
ders, collect bills or receipt for tho Urm.
02.7.8.4 w AVai.l & R t
1'olick Count. On Saturday ovcnlng
Uet, Chsrllo Williams, tho brick layer,
got Into a quarrel with a wblto man namod
Ohnrlrt . Alien Williams went to
l'erry l'owat'e livery stablo for tho pur
peee nf hiring n h.irse and cirrlagu.
lMwer'e deinhnde.1 psy ' Rdvanco, at
which Williams becaam abgr, and al
lowirg Lstomivrt. !-"'- I'-e Uittcr of hlui,
uied eoirw very ptovkiog languige.
Allen vim setting at the door, and Wil
ll.imi, aftur givirs l'owors n
thorough tongue lashing, nddrcsicd
hl rehiarks to Allen. Hut Allen, ns will
he i n, wa not the mtn lo sot quitlly
ind tHke all tho nhiH Williams choose lo
Vrwip upon til in, find in lcs limn than It
takea tft tell it enve him nn tiniiicrclfiil
pummcling. Williams swore out n war
rr.nt. which was pla'ud In Chief Mcllalo'i
hand, nnd yenlerday morning Allan whs
r.rrosted. Dross fined him Ave dollars
and coeU, hich hf paid. Allen Ihon look
out n warrant for Williams. After hearing
the evidence, the JuJgo aseoascd k fine of
Un dollars and costs against Williams
and istued an execution against him for
H at amount. Failing to pay tho One, or
cive acceptable seourity, Mcllalo locknJ
Charlie in the calaboose, whero he will
r..inin f..r tin n xt n1no day, unless ho
Sjoner pays tho linn
AVilliam l-"rv. n "nh-e vouni! iiibm." was
heforo hit honor for being drunk
Ho whs fined ono dollar and cot. Iltv
Ing tin money, but lots of buiine in an
other part of tho county which demanded
hlslmmf.lii wn giveu o
stny of executicn.
Aln-ndr illiams and Charles
Coldwell were orrested by Sheehan yes
terday on a i hargo of lighting. Tbey
were fined flvo dollars and coats each.
Falling to pay tho line, they woro cow
nil led fur .ix days each. . .
COMMERCIAL.
Cairo, Illinois, "t.
Moklia y Evrjits'n Auo. 3, 1871...
The week ueris quiet and dull in tho
general market with a reduction in prices
in gnin nil roiit.il, and also hi corn menl
f'iot'r is unchangod ns to vulue. Th"
movement ha been n little mure ccti?.
for a day cr two, but receipts urn Urge,
and the market koopj well stocked.
Cjrn m.'dl quiet and dull at (J.'l '
for choice bran J'.
Butter is very scarce, Rud wauto. r.t
our out id j quotations.
The weather is very pleasant with warm
days Mod cool nights; a good boavj soak-
rain i all that is i eded.
THE MAUlvKT.
JtdfOur friends shoukl boar in mind
that the rices here given aro uiually for
salee from first hands in round lots. In
filling orders and tor brokon lots It is
necessary to charge an advance over there
figure ..J
FLOUK.
The market continues heavy and dull
although tho movement in the last throe
or four days has been a llttlo more active
tban for seme time pan. l'ricei are
nominally uncbangoJ. Wo cote sale ot
1UJ libit various grades, 4 607 00; 100
bbls choice XXX new wheal, u 7u; 100
bbl uid wheat, single X, -1 &0; 100
bbi various grale, I 00 to 0 CO; i!J0 bbls
city mills, 1 60 to 8 CO, 3 car loads various
grades, u 00 to 7 CO; 400 bbls various
grade', 00 lo 0 75, 300 bbl various
grhdos, 4 25 to 7 00.
HAY.
The irarket rules quiet end dull, noth
ing doing to-day. Prices are quoted un
changed, but the iletn'tnd ii small and the
market well supplied. Siles woro .'5 cara
choicu timothy delivered, 18 00010 00;
i cars mixed delivered, 15 00; 1 car choice
mixed, 18 00; 1 car choice timothy deliv
ered, 20 00; 1 car strictly choice timothy
delivered, '-'0 00.
cortN.
There is no shipping or ape'-ulativo de
mai.d, and the want of the or lor trado
are rather limited, lt'noipts are a little
In excess of the demand and prices rule
lower. Wo note sales ol 3 cars mixed in
lacks, delivered, "If. : 3 cars white in
sacks. dellvereJ, Siio; 12 cara white
mixed in bulk on track, 71c; 'J cars while
in bulk on track, 71c. 1 car mlxod in
tacks delivered, 73c; 0 cars mixed iu
sack, delivered 2 cars white in
ftuoV.i, delivered, 82; 1 car whito iu sacks,
delivered, blc; 3 cars mtxoi In bulk on
track, OSc; 2 cars mixed In bulk on track,
le; 2 van mixed in sacks, delivered, 72c
OATS.
Jiooolpta are lart;o and tho market Is
dull anil inactive. Trices aro lower and
closed weak and unsteady, with nothing
do'ng to-dny. Sales were 2 cart in sacks
delivered, 10c; 2 cars in bulk on track
I tO; 'JCtm.rn.Kf, U(itr...J, 1 Bo
COUN MK AL
There very llttlo demand and prices
lend downward.
Chuio rrmal offered to-dav at Pii3 7.H
found ni buyers.
Sales were, 100 bbl H D delivered, 3 70;
203 bbKhiioa H D, sold early, dollvorod
3 5; 1 fir S D delivered, 75.
Bit A.N
1'lontyur.d dull. There is scarcoly any
iletiiandMiiid v.u have no round lot trans
actions to report. Prices are quoted un-
changed at 1", 03 par ton, aaekei and do
livered.
BlJTTKlt
Choice b itt. r U In ficlvo domand and
very scire Mtrlntly choico northern in
small pat!;agts. would sell to-day ut high
as ;t0c.
halos were, Wn) ibt choice Northern, 'J7
20; 1000 lbs choicu Southern 1 lllnois, i!0(
'i packages clclco Northern, 28.
KUOS.
Itecuipts are ali.iut equal to tho domand
ntul price are te vly and unchanged
Sales were, 500 dozen, 10012; 5 boxes
shippers count sold at 1112.
CHIOKKNH.
The tiisrket la onay nnd prices un
changed, lti.eulpw lire light and readily
disposed of at quotations. Sales were ft
coops young chicken, 2 00; 2 coeps
choico bens, a 00; 2 coops choice young,
2 Co :;a dozon young and old, 2 00 to
3 00.
VEGETABLES.
There Is n t enough of u wholosalo
vcgotablo rnarkl to tlosorvo any atlen.
Hon. Kvorylhlujls dull.
Tho email home trade It supplied by
country wagont.
riiovisioNs. !
Wo havo no sale to report' for tho
reason that thero I nothing -offering in
marked. .
Thero i considerable Inqnrry tor
smoked meat and lard, and thtrin'iTket
would bo r.-the wlih tock to m"l th
demand.
I'KLMT.
Apple, grapes and a few choico poaches
are about tho only Iruill that come lo
markot, and tliivo are slow sale. Wo
note fales of 100J lbs grape, lOo ; 20 baa
ket'h ,im pf-H.-lics, 1 2.1; 5 bbls apple
1 vr
11. i 4 to M Kimils. Found freight'!
12 per cwt; dry bbls, 25c; hay, 3 .10
per ton,
N.vcnxz and wy. 20c per rt: 10c
dry bbls.
Y.rksiirno ash New Oiileank. 15c
per cwt;30c dry bbls; wMMiy, 7f.fi
pork, 6uc , bay, 6 00 po ton.
FOR SALE.
EU UN ITU EE
OF THE
HOUSE.
CKNTItAL
1 will toll tho (urnituro of the Centritl
House, In bulk, or In parts, commencing
this date, as 1 deslro to leave the hotel
business. Ti.i- '-"it'iru is all new, and
ot good quality enrpett, bods, bedding,
chairs, etc. and will bo sold at a great
bargain. Tho leaio for the houo can bo
Obtained on favorable terms.
Joit.v H'-HavniK
Cairo, July 23; 1374. '91
Sikajj aku Ua Kitti.. Newlnitd
&lleniilu bavo entered Into a co-partnership,
and havo opened a shop on Commer
cial avonue, noxt door to Ferry Power's
livery stable. They are now ready to do
all kinds of Steam and Oas Filling,
Drive-Well Wurk and Plumbing. Special
attention pUd to repa'rlng pumps. They
solicit sharo of public patronage, and
guarantee their work to ho will dime.
v;.;.27-lm
Dklta Cioakm. Mr. T. K. Sullivan,
druggist, 1V' Commercial avcuue, hat
wmtthing new in tho way of cigars. He
it now telling a brand of his own railed
tho Delta, put up In handsome package,
made of tbo vory best tobacco, and sold
for i-.vi: e-K.Mn each. Those who tmuko
them will actco with us in saying that
they arc far superior to most of the ten
cent cigars sold In this market. Try tho
Delta cigar. 7-21-lm
The barber suop it oti .no corner ot
Eighth street and Commercial avenuo
whire J. George Stienhouso with bis gen
tlemanly assistants can be found at any
hour of the day or night, readv to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave', or cool
your temper and bead with a good sham
poo. It Is a first-claas shop, and you are
sure of recolvinz Qrtt-clats treatment.
LnJIfn' aud Lbltiltoii'i hair cut or curled
ftortho most approved ftvle 8-15-t
WAbiiiKOTON Uakkry iir. Joepb
Eoneker hat takon thurg. of this well
known establishment, and v. il', on and
alter to-day, be able to supply the
public with rLoi'o bread, meluding
Borton, Brown aud Graham bread, betides
cakes nnd coufectiocarics of every de
scription. Being an experienced and
skilful baker, Mr. Ito'.tker will not lull to
satiifv all who pairoulze him. 110
Washington avenuo. 35-7-2-1 m
llmiovcr ('olKiro, nuoii-r, Indiana
NexTtenu begin -eplciiilier tub, ls7l.
Two full course., ila.-icul and 'eientllic,
with iircpatort tlcpartmrut, nil faculty.
Tuition Irec. Boarding an low at elsewhere.
For Information or i-atalogtirt apply to Itev
(i.e. HKCKMAN. D. D. I're-idrnl.
.t.:-7-2i)-t v
.TllK IlKeT. The general verdict if,
that T. K. Sullivan's soda water It the belt
in tho city. Try It, No. 152 Comrnor
cial avenue, bclwoen Ninth and Tenth
ttroot.
Tun largest and best-sclocted stock
of FUENITUUE for sale at wholesale
and retail by HEN II Y EICHHOFF, No.
110, Commercial avonuo, opposite Soveuth
street. 71 0-17-3m
NO'l'lCK TO CO.NTIt'ACTnitS.
k'ealed nrooouN will he riTidvcd at niv
olfive. until r u'cloek n, in., ol Tue.tUy tl.r
tluventh (II) day of Augut, 1S7I. for fura
Milng tho material., or doing the work, or
Imtli, fur thu n-coii.lnictl'Jii ol ine Innou
Ing ilei:rihcil lltewalk, or cithcrot them,
vl. :
On tho oiith lili' of Fourth lltlo i-lreet,
betwee n Aviii-lilnytoii and Commercial me
uue..: on the wot nldnol WaihliiKlnii ae
ttie, between Fourth (tela) und Filth (.'.I In
M recti; on the north aide of Filth ."tli
ftrret. hetween Wii"h niitun and LoimniT
clal avenue; on the catt side of Waalilng.
Ion avenue, hetween illlli (.itln Hnd hl.vlh
imii) hiret-te: on the i-oiitli nine oi .-cventii
("tin htrcet, comniencltiK at the ea-t tide of
Wuluiit ctrrct and exti'udli",,'-aiit lllty (.Vn
lei'li on iiiu iioriu mm of fcevcntn 'tmi)
htrect. comuiencliiL' on the wcUldeof Wal
nut htret't untl extending Wrt to the new
walk irontlngllii: property oi .i. i . i uiiieri
on Hie north hlduol eleventh (lltlit btn-ot. lie-twe-cii
Waiihlngtou nvoniiu and Walnut
htre(l ! on thu e-at kI ill- of 1'onlar Mreet.
Iroin a point oppotlto tho nerlhcrly i-lde or
lmlon aircei, to a piiini M-vcnsy-ino u.'j
leet north ot tuo uortneiiy mho oi -twenty
llr-t htrcet; em tbn Miutli Idf ol Twenty.
Ilrt (21st) stirct lietwcen Poplar und Syrs
inure tirci'ts Said Mi!lk to he re-eon-ttriii-ted
of wood.
sealed propo-aN, ua above, will abo bo re-ci-hi'd
fur fiiriilnlilng the material-, ordoln
Ihc wink, or holh. fur lite contrtictloii of
Hie following ilefcrllted ilowiilk., or el. her
ot t lie tit , vi.t
On tluiKouth thloof eighth (81 Ii) nil-eel,
between AVaahlnglon and Comtneruhil ave
titles ; on the north hide of F.lgbth (Hllij
MleM, between Wuhlligtnu iiiclllie and
Walnut Mreet and on the cast fcldo of Wash
ington avenue, hetween Klchth (BIh) mid
Sin h (Utli) streets Bnlil eldewalkt to ho
eoii.tructeel of btlek. ...
Haiti propofiiU -1 1 ii 1 1 bo illrecteil In the
( Itj Council of tho eltyof (.'alio, and will
be opened at a moi l Ihk of i-al.l council to
hu held un the-siM llthihiyof Augut, 1871,
al li'M p.m.
All prupaMil. t-hall ho made In iiccoi'ilaticd
with lliu provision, i-eitili'inentt tuid tpeeb
llciitlmia of lli'illuuiicii tit), "ti, approved
.Itiliu Illh, A.D. 71, which ordinance it
now on Hid In my ollice, atlhjecttn examina
tion nt any limit
Tim City Council lefccrvet the right to
reject any and all proposals
' Wll.l. Kt Hawkimk, City Clerk.-
Calw, Ill.i July -'i 1871. 17.7-2.V10t
Newspaper nitvertltlnj promotes trade, for
oven tliu dullest tlinea udtt-rtUrr aecitre
by far tbo largct -hare ol what Is being
limit1.
MUST. NATIONAL HAW It
.T'.'rtbVcXlTiC
It V. MIIJ.EU, V"W'0''
. M. I'llIl.lill'rV VW llPMdent,
' II ,s. ( I'NNlSftD-VM. i-ahier.
COEEI.CTIONS I'ltOMl'TLY MADE.
KXU!AN(li:,'.!li,hnlikiititfti d r filled
Ht;it- "ciirlllos bdiijjht hml old,
i .
-s.'i aj a.
-f IntorMtfnllnf(iI 'Oir tlni("dt'MitlN
'BANK. ,.
CAIUO, IIiIiTNOIB.
CAI'ITAI.,
8ion,noo
Trf J7TJTTJJ
iivsioaits
W. 1VIIA Ll.llV.vVM'reaiiWt:
IIK.NItV l,.-IIAIililD.V, iT. Pfflldit.
A. It. OAt Folll), Otbien ' '
U'AIiKi: IIVrjLOP, A".niu Ckahrer.
JiuaiU'i'oKt.
KrAK T.i l.jU, It. It. ( i;.NfNvItAll
II. I.. II IM.IPAr, W. P. 1IAI.MIHV.
(1. I. Wif.LloptiN, -tnn,nrs liiiirt.
A. Il, Aaitohii.
Em'Iiiiiikp, (.uliii, nnd Uiilli'd Siiilt'ti
lluuilt Hough! ntul Sold.
DF.POSITS rrrelif did a gfrtrral Iiik1itj
biitlti limit-.
KNTKUPltlSK .SA VI NILS HANK.
ciiAi:ri:iti:i maiicii ;ii. ihCu.
CITY NATIONAL HAN Its, OAlltO.
.VVi'IL-RRK i
It. S'AFKOIID. l'rp.iilot i
!..TAYI.mt. ;Vl.-Prft.. .t ;
A.
H. S
ii. -nvsLor,
5Pffrlrj anti tTeaittrci
riiHtTit! t
, M. IliitfUtY, ' -iiAU.(i.Ltitnr;tt,
M. H rtlCKKLKTII, PArLO.M-IIUH.
, llv CUNM.MIIIAM. II. I IlAl.f.lUAY,
.1. M. PJIIIJ.IW.
INTKKU-T paid on depo.ltt at ihe ratf
nl fix tier rent, tier annum. Maitli Ut and
Stiptetubr Ut. Inttrt Tt lint tvltliilrpwii Is
added ituim-diali-ly lo the principal of the
dcporlU, Iherelty stvlnx I'je-m cumpotiiM
tntert-t.
UAItRIKIl WOtlK.S AND t II lLIIUK.t MAY
DKioiir money ami no unk ki.sk
( AN DIIAW IT.
Onen rvurv biilne-t Jar from ( a. m. in
p.m., mill ftiitc.ilay uveiiln; lor saving dt-
p'jMtit Olll)', iruui Ii ins o cluck.
tv. JH5I.U1-. trcnnrrr.
I.VNt:SA.MK
"6. N.' HLJGHES.
General "Insurance Agent
OFFK I-.',
Ohio Lever', over MallitiH k I'lilV.
ItirA'tme but fm'-cluu (Aiwikihi'is
rtprtiriitcd.
INSURANCE
-KSTAIH.ISIIKU 1809.
Saflbrd, Morri & Canrtec,
IxsuiiiVNcr. Agents,
73 Ohio Lovco, City National JJmik
liuilditig, Uaiuo, 1 i.i.s.
' 1C oltlt-t cfctablMied Agency In S'otithtrn
llllnol", representing over
$65 000.000.00.
' 1 -..i .
ntrxciiritn
HYLAND (St SAUR?
BUTCH 23253
And Dealers in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of every ducriptioii,
Cor,
loth ! Street tilid CVunincr-lul Avi-niie,
Next iluur tu the 11) laud Million,
CAIUO, Il.I.I.NOlH.
JACOB WALTER,
DB XT 1" O 21 JH IL ,
And l)0iit.l li
FjTESTL ilKATS,
KtuiiTii Stukut, jikt, AV-avuinothk and
CoMMRRUiAL,AvK.iulJolnlng Huniiy u.
Keep the be.t of Iiccl,lork,Miitton vnal,
Lamb, Paiu-agc, ett, nnd it prrpart-il to
kervti fiitiilllea In a uceeiiluhle manner.
1SJJW YOHKSTOitH,
WnOIiE8ALE AND 11KTAJL.
IJLKOltlT TABIRTY tTQOJC IN THIS ClTt
GOODS HOLD VBHY OLOSE.
ovnea- uf Hinrtoentli Htroet untl Otiiu
merclnl Atenns
UAIHO, ILLINOIS.
O. Of HATDClf
KL Ji.AJlPEIlT
FASHIONABLE BARBER
AND
X) 12, ESS3E
glgh'i; Street, between Waahtugton aud
Commercial Avenue,
UAIUO, ILLINOIS
.fghn Q, Htrman crI,
J. O. HARMAN & CO.
HOUSE AOEiS'ltr?,
UOrj.KCTOii?,
' nONVKYANCKH.J
NOTAIUESIM'HLICS
Ami Und AacnUol the in t.. i .
isiwTingion linn .mi.,h:i i. c
.North Cor. Hixlh nnd Olilo Lui .
caJSPjJ.LLS.
C. WINSTON a, CO,
Real Estate, Agent h,
J A0OTIONEERS,
71 Ohio Litvitn, (Hccotul Floor)
a i UAIHO, 11,1,.
I!ts7lld n 11IUL l-STATi;, P. T Wl
FiirniabrM Alwtraet. i, i
tijrijDil t'omitilaatniier.
A UX Inl tin) lliu Ititlo i,u- ii. j :ti.
prMuere litm-ell in mct the re ..i.r.-im ntt I
of liN etiiumi; nxt he mtt-t let m ry '
IKxtihle or prot'iiWu uiiKtiinu r kn vw that h
la at, pniaarud. In ti ry Mini j Ince lie
may rw.l. all tliepcole f,m ) , 3,,f,, J ,
a I urate villatcc a pniitMl liamll.lil po.trrc
e reulir. prorwrly ill-tiihut. il, wi I i.o ih.-.i
ClOIIS hilt Ulftllivru IS IV A I I in' I n.f.r '
! i Ntiumno Htii'fdiir a M:V).i'.i'nt wii i
riNKiiiAT iTix hik ( liiwrsr mkiui i ,
t HltOTt.ll UK It, AMUll H HIK 'l nl.lt !
i.t'niii::i
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
IlltO.littn. IN
LUMBER.
(tr ALL MM.;, IIAIIll A3T I AT,
Keep cotntntiU; mi lui. i
FLOORING SIDING,
AIJO. LATH,
Mill aud Ynrd,
C'tmiicr filth Fired
utul Ohu J.rvie.
WALL & ENT,
1! tnitrHiirf r and Dealers n
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH.
CAIRO, ILLS.
POPLAJt.OAK. CyPKU.S, AH, (II M
AND COTTON WOOD M'K
l'ACKD LUMBElt.
DKKSSKD PINK, ASH AND FOP.
LAK FLOOKINO, OEILNO AND
aiDINO.
iTf'ofll i' at aw mill on i i irr.r
xffontl .tr. tt ami Ohio Levi -ltft-.VU4.tl
Tu
I nti:l loU In.c t aimn J Ihe Cl.ly Olll-
p'nti. Hoi i.n .. t -t' . i. i.rt i r -)sryter
Kept ii ( jiro. l.M-r lc .i r ii i I kn jw
lo ran huy I ln-. r und I'. t'ir -ot dtwh re
they are iiKidt', tliuii (lulu -c t.iitl I -: it deal
erf. I. in tn'.er there-1, t t tr i c to tin
till..
CAN'DY FACTOUY
HOSE & TEIO'IE
Manufaeiuri'i', V.'t ' Ih
a"l
H-tail Dea!-r ir.
ConfocLioaor.1 Goods
No. II- V,'i., hingtnti Ave
Cairo, lilt.
Look ti your mtn. -i Mull - i ircetli-tn
tlie only Maniitiici.iiii (. 'i. c: i in ii in
fe'Dittlieni lliinoii.
EoM. Wood & Go
1130 Illlif!KAV 1'N'ri
i'lULADELAlirA, J'KN.N..
l'tiiintaliis, Yusi't, Anlinnls. Ii-onstniis,
I.tuttp 1'ottt, siithlc 1 " 1 1 1 1 1 1 v.
Wire 'tVuri.s.
JA.ST. VH0UGI1T & WIRE KAILIM.
.S'i:WandI!lti)Vi:PDCil.llttcith
t'oiict-tt Hint Lecture llaii-.
Ami a ticnoiul Aworliticnf oi Urnn
menial Iron Work.
K.tlinnlu and tlCKlirns tt tilrtti .ipuinl
ilitllitf the c)uk nl wiiilc 'Jculrud.
;ii;-i-.i.iHi-u
CONSUMPTIOiN (Jl Riii).
I'n ilin iMitnr ol Tin: liri.t.i tin
I:mi:i:.mi:i Fiiii:mi: ti i, pievu in
foim yuiir i't'iil'i that I li.nc a purine
cum: rou conslmptiox
and all ili-onlers ol the Throat ami I.un:,
mill licit, liy lit ii-n In my jiractice, I hae
Bin-oil hunifreiU nl caiei", nnd will le
$1,000 00
or a cite It Mill not licncil!. Indeed, mi
tronjr It my faltli, 1 will m-iiiI a r-.i.iti'i i ,
nti-.K, tu any tuU'ercr adilrei-i'lnK int-.
l'luato (-how this letter to iiliyoiioynitiil'iy
mow who I, tutliu'lug fi-om thcu illninn.
in. I ohlle, FiilthOilly Yours,
DR. T. F. BURT,
till milium K, A't-st Yuil,
i :.('-.n.ii. w n
VMLLlAii ti. SMITH, M. D.
IHCSIDKKCK-Ko. 21, Thirteenth uroot
between WashliiKton uvenuo und Walnti
t.reot Olllcc I'iOjcomtucrcIal 'avenuo. tin
I rs.. ' '
DON'T BUY

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