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J II. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: E'sata and Washington Avenue.
RESIDENCE: Coratif Nineteenth ud Wa.U
tugtoa. II. MAKE AN, M. D-,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
0!flc 140 Commerclu! avetiu. Residence corner
.Fourteenth . ond Wanulngton avenue. Cairo.
f It. -SMITH, M. D.
Office anil RcaMem :
NO. al THIRTEENTH' STREET, CAIRO, ILL.
JQR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Omci-N'o. IV. Commercial Avcuiw, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
QR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Kotary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE :-Wlth the Widow' and Oorphant' Mu
tual Aid Society.
INEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
R. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.R.
AMUVB. , TRAIN OEI-XUT
Mull 4:05 a.m. Mall 8:10a.m.
Express 8:00 p.m. Express 6:00 p.m.
CAIKO VINCENNES R. R.
; uu..' 10:00p.m. Jlnll. 4:45 a.m.
CAIRO & 8T. LOUIS R. R.
Express 5:10 p.m. I Exprest 8:4! a, m
Accom'datlon 10:45 p.m. Accora'dutlou.l3:'.p. m
CHICAGO. ST. LOUS AND NEW ORLEANS R.R
IM1 5:30p.m. Mall .....9:00a.m.
C. A.4T. RAILROAD'
Texan exnrcM. . .2:40 a.m. I Texas
I Texas express,. 8:15p.m,
Aecommodat'n. 8:80 a.m.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Mornluff Daily in Southern Illinois.
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. WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC.
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
streets; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses ".nanufacturcd to order
and kept on side. Repairing and uphol
stering done on short notice. I have a
1 ood supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for screens,to be made up in the latest
and best style. Prices very low.
The Finest Shop in the West is the
new barber shop just opened by Wm. Alba,
, opposite Paul Shuhs' drug store. It must
lesecato bo appreciated. Always clean
towels, keen razors, cool breezes and polite
workmen. A polite porter is always ready
to uso the brush and black your boots for
5 cents, no need to have them blacked in
the street. Prices of work as follows:
Shaving, 10 cents; haircut, 23 cents; chain
pooing, 25 cents; other work in proportion.
DIXOX SPRINGS. ILLS.
These springs will bo opened June 10th
under the management of the new propru
tors,, who would respectfully announce that
they have been thoroughly repaired. Over
thirty new cottages und new, largo and
capacious dining rooms have been built,
furnished entirely with new furniture, new
beding, spring mattresses, etc. The springs
ure situated in a high and healthy locality.
surrounded by mugnitkent scenery; am
their medical qualities, not excelled by any
nre too well known to need any comment
They are supplied with an abundance- of
ice, refreshments und amusements usually
found at summer resorts. The best of fare
and strictest attention to the comfort of
guests is gurantccd all for the small sum
of 8 per week. Special rates to families
i Brown & Co., Proprietors,
My 25th, 1873..
A Reoclar Hack leaves the St. C:iarlcs
Hotel daily, at 8 a. m., and 1 and 0 p. m.,
for the Court House, running up Levee to
Hittlv Street; Sixth street to Commercial
avenue; Commercial to Twentieth street ;
up Twentieth to Court House. Returning
down Washington avcuue to Eighth; out
Eighth to Ohio levee, and down the Levee
to St. Charles Hotel, fare eacli way, or
( part of the way, 8 cents.
'. KLEEl KLEEi ICE! ICE!
. ; y Ice at wholesale and retail all through
the season. Wagons run regularly to all
, . parts of the city. Office and Ice Box
' ' next to Bristol's grocery on Eight street.
The best Lake Ice always on hand.
" Jacob Kleb.
ICB, ICK WnOI.ESAt.lC AND RETAIL in
' largo or imall quantities. Wagons will
; ran daily to all parts of the city, delivering
piH Lake Ice in such quantities as cub
; ; (oLrt may desire. Leave orders at my
ret.Jence on iHTimrecntn near uommorc a :
at grgeanf s, 6t1 Eighth street, or address
019 through tike post-ofllce.
OUR LOCAL VARIETY.
Local matter on thir pace.
The Reform club meet to-night.
"Tax payer" will be heard from to
morrow. Policeman Frank Schuckers has been
assigned to "day duty" with Chief La Hue.
William Butler, of Anna, was in tl
city yesterday, enjoying the society of ills
John Tyler riled his bond yesterday,
and he and Wims will cuter upon a dis
charge of their duty to-night.
John F. Rector having illustrated very
respectable capacity as a dry goods' sales
man, has returned to his old position in the
A nuhiber of horse races will come off
in the park to-morrow. New animals will
be entered, and the contests made interest
ing by the hazard of money.
The attention that Tim Gorman is be'
stowing upon Commercial avenue, between
Sixth and Seventh streets, tells very decid
edly upon the the avenue's appearance.
Prof. Fricdrich and family leaves Cairo
to-morrow morning for Brlghtwood, In
diana, two miles from Indianapolis, his
new home, where has purchased a drug
The Mystic Krew perfected the pre
liminaries last night, for a grand bal ciiam
petre, the latter part of tids month. Time,
place and details will form the burden
of future locals.
Mr. Henry Wells, of tlio Alexander
County bank, Mrs. Wells and Miss Hattio
Morse, left yesterday per the 6teamcr Cons
Millar, for Cincinnati, in which city they
will remain several weeks.
A grand barbecue will be given at
Bird's Point on the 23d of July that will
attract a large crowd from the surrounding
country of Illinois, Missouri and Kentucky.
It is engineered by Price, Blackford and
Yesterday was undeniably the hottest
day of the season, and hotter than at any
time during July, 1978. The mercury
stood at 96 in the signal station. Elsewhere
in the city it averaged alout 100. We
heard of do sunstrokes.
John Sproat leaves to-day for his
mines near Hot Springs. He will bo met
at Poplar Bluff by Mr. Davis of St. Louis.
with stamp mills and machinery, and in a
short time we will expect to hear a good
account from the mines
Speculation is becoming rife as to how
the Browu-Stites short distance walking
match will terminate. The contest involves
six rounds of St. Mary's park, and will be
decided Suuday evening. The toal to the
race that they walk is ?20. .
Mr. Pat Corcoran with men und imple
ments enough to perform the work quickly,
will commence putting the earth in place
for the approaches to Cache river bridge, on
Monday. Pat will put all necessary vigor
in his work, to complete it by the time
George Stetler, against whose dog a
death warrant has been issued, says that the
parties bitten by the dog were tresspassers.
ne prizes the animal highly, as it affords
him the only protection he has against
tramps, who, but for the dog's presence,
would have raided his boat Ion'' ago.
The Street Superintendent who will
soon ask our citizens to hand him $1.00 in
lieu of two day's street labor, will lie sorry
to learn that one of our attorneys, who h
not lacking fur distinction, has the points
m his possession that will knock the tax
levy higher than the apex of Mt. Washing
The horse cases in which L. II. Myers
and A. J. Carle were, respectively, plain
tiffs, ami the city of Cairo was defendant,
were decided yesterday by Squire Robin
son, who declared for the plaintiffs. As the
other cases pending rest npon the same
footing tho Marshall ha concluded, we be
lieve, to make no defence.
Fred Kochlerand Bro's Eleventh street
meat stand, in Wilcox's block, wili remain
closed until further notice. Tothocusto
mers of that stand and the public generally,
Messrs. K.&. B. desire to say that their
Eighth street stand will be kept open con
stautly dunng business hours, so that sup
plies can be obtained at any hour of the day
It in not because wo desire to excite
anybody's envy that wo speak of the clo
gunt boquef that fills our editorial hall with
delicious odors; nor is it becutiso of such a
desire that wo add that the (lowers are the
gift of a most worthy and accomplished
lady. Wo have no other purpose than that
which we havo now accomplished the pur
pose to state a fact.
Ia a hovel ou or near Eighteenth
street, lives a colored man who enjoys tho
luxury ot a wlilto wife. In tho lower part
of tho city lives a whito woman who is tlwi
paramour of a black man. Our Eighteenth
street chap is that black man. Night bo-
fore last tho lower town woman expected a
visit from her blark man. Ho didn't caro
Sho waited until late bed time, and still ho
didn't come. Arming herself with a razor
sho started for the hovel on Eighteenth
street. Sho galnod admission to tho house;
found tho black husband whom she adored,
and tho whlto wlfo whom sho abhorred, iu
bed together. Sho opened her razor und
pitched in, first trying to separate tho hua
band's jugular, lut falling in that, mad
for the woman, whom she cut quite severely
acr tho breast. Finally robbed of her
, wcapun, she danced a w.ar dance of the
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regular Wmanche pattern, and then sub
sided into tears and silence. "What the
finale will be, remains for future develop
ment; but of one thing wo can speak con
fidently, that the neighbors on Eighteenth
street aro not hankering after any more
Col. Robert Lowery, the temperance
evangelist, was iu Paducah the other day.
Having completed a very successful tour
through Southern Illinois and neighboring
sections of Missouri, tho Colonel no doubt
feels tho need of a few days' respite from
labor; but they will scarcely be accorded
to him.4 'He had been in Paducah but a
few hours before tho papers expressed tho
hope that, before leaviug, he'd give the
friends of the cause a chance to hear
. Among our professionals is a gentle
man who would make an annual pilgrimage
to Mecca could he bo assured that the
journey would secure to him the possession
of a pun, 6r a "play upon words" a little
farther-fetched or more obscuro than any
yet in baud. To. obtain a copy of tho fol
lowing execrable thing he wrote three let
ters to Tuscaloosa, Alabama: "A Dresden
man owns an old doe, that was lately caught
butting his head against the bucket as it
swuns over the well. This act was referred
to once by a poet who wrote :
.'Tlio old doe can buck it,
That buns In the well."
One of our country contemporaries
feeling in the vein, got off the following
specimen of irony : "If you want to be free
from all worry and care, if you wish to
have a holiday any time you desire ; if you
wish to be loved and respected by the en
tire community, if you wish to be secure
from personal violence of all kinds, and
make money so last you cannot count it,
be an editor." Ho might have added, in
genuine soberness, that, if you want to
catch h 11 for doing what somebody else
had already given you h 11 for not doing,
jU3t shove tho editorial Faber for a Cairo
The ordinance that authorizes the de
struction of vicious and dangerous dogs, has
been enforced, recently, sevenl times. The
citizen whose child has been bitten, or whose
own calves have been sampled ity any of the
savage brutes of the city, need kit repair to
one of our justices and make oath to the
facts in the case. The Squire will issue Ins
death warrant, and the Marshal will then
see to it that the obnoxious dog is sent to
the place where the bad dogs oujht to go.
The ordinance is a good one, and now that
the virus of hydrophobia is on tho verge of
active development m all dogs, tie biting
animals should be dispatched unhesitating
ly, and without mercy.
A correspondent asks for info-mation
concerning the fate of the bill fcr a law
leclnring the intermarriage of first cousins
incestuous and void. It is our recollection
that the bill passed the, House, and was
sent to the Senate, where it was pigeon
holed and over-looked. At all events, it
never became a law. The measure was
generally favored, however, and but for the
hurry and rlurry incident to the closing
days of the session, would have been en
acted into a law. First cousins who harbor
the revolting purpose of intermarriage, will
mve two years yet in which toconsum-
mate that crime against nature. After that
time th impassable, barrier of a law will
e found in the way. , j
The meanest, yet the mostirtful "dab"
at big-footed women we ever fad, is the
following, by the sinful cditofof the liar-
lin Grzette : "A woman froiA Evansville,
the other evening, on finding that a man
was following iicr through ic streets, in a
most suspicious and very intuiting mauner,
she appealed ton pohccmui for protection.
The follower, who was nrifstcd a few mo
ments latter, explained his suspicious con
duct by showing that the streets were very
muddy, and that he had simply been step
ping in the woman's tracks to keep his feet
dry. Tlio look of mortal hate the woman
gave the man will haunt him to death's
door, should he live a century.
We. received from Mr. E. O. L. Ed
holm a copy of an Omaha paper that con
tains a lengthy and carefully 'prepared ar
ticle, descriptive of portions of Nebraska,
the character of the soil, timber, climate,
water courses; the agricultural, pastoral and
mincial capacities ot tho country, etc., with
illustrations of principal buildings, etc,
These articles are written by Messrs,
Pagett and Edliohn; tens of thousands of
tho papers containing them -uro scattered
broadcast, as well in Europe as in America,
and tell a story for Nebraska that can bo
told in no other way so well or cheaply.
It is work of this character that Messrs.
Pagett and Edholm will perform for South
ern Illinois, provided proper encouragement
In tho vicinity of the Wilcox block re
sides a widow woman, who, by very hard
labor, is able to provide food and raiment
for herself and two children; but is not
able to accumulate anything beyond that.
In this fact there would bo but little to ex
cito public sympathy, were it not that one
of tho children a daughter now budding
into womanhood is slowly, but surely
losing her eye-sight. The girl has had tho
advantago of our public schools, and no
doubt aggravated her diseased eyes by hard
study ; but, bo that aa it may, over one of
her eyes tho film that shuts ont tho light,
has grown until tho ball is quite covered.
Tin poor girl feels herself doomed to blind
ness, and for no other reason than hnr in
ability to raise the $15 or .0 necessary to
pay her expenses to Union City.. Sho has
boon assured that Dr. Edwards can remove
tlio obstructions from tho surfaco of tho
eye-ball and rcstoro tho sight. '. But tho ex
pense is more than her mother can provido
for, and there seems nothing else for her to
do, but sit down and let tho ' long night
Dick Hodge, Samuel Johnson aud
Thomas Hurt, all colored, were sent to jail
by Squlro Robinson, yesterday evening, bo
cause of their inability to give security in
the sura of $100 each, that they would bo
on hand to await the action of - tho grand
jury. An old gentleman named Mac Mc-
Ewen, feeling exhausted, fell asleep yester
day, in tho C. and V. freight house. When
he awoke he found a hole cut into his
pocket, and his $3 or $0 gone. Tho evi
dence against tho parties named being pret
ty strong, Schuckers and Hogan arrested
thorn and Robinson jailed 'em as above
Herr Skoot is ono of those singu
larly fortunate colored men who have won
the treasures of white wives. But it was
uot his good fortune to retain his jewel.
She left him. a few days ago, and took up
quarters elsewhere. Yesterday evening
Slcoot called upon her, and used all the per
suasion of which he was capable to get her
to return; but she was incorrigible. She
had had three husbands before she got him,
and sho was tired of men she had had her
fill of them, and would bo wito to no man
any more. Skoot begged and implored,
and Mrs. Skoot stopping in a meditative
mood, as if sho were half persuaded, Skoot
thought to incline tho balance in Ids favor
by kissing her. But it was an ill-starred
thought. She dealt him a clout in the face
with a dish-rag ! It was enough. That
blow sealed her doom. lie turned on his
heel, and left her, to grub as she may for her
own living, uncheercd by the thought a
loving husband is in wait for her return to
take charge of her earnings.
If the Mississippi valley is again smit
ten with the yellow fever, Cairo can and
must, profit by the terrible lessons she
learned less than a twelve-month ago. We
learned then that Paducah, Columbus, Cape
Girardeau, even Mound City, at our very
doors, escaped the scourge, because their
quarantine gates were not thrown open to
the Porters, that came recking witli the
germs of the disease from the fever smitten
ports of the South. We learned that Cairo
did not escape, because our quarantine
gates were opened and tho Porters came in.
We must profit by this lesson. Our experi
ence tells us that, should we be smitten
again, we must call things by their right
names. If a case of yellow fever makes its
appearance among us, it must be called
yellow fever, and not "pernicious bilious."
If we are threatened, as we were
last year, we must put ourselves
in readiness tor the worst, before the
worst is upon us; ami above all, we must
summon to our aid the deliberation, the
resoluteness of purpose, and the practical
common sense that then were conspicuous,
alone because of their absence. We fed
aa abiding confidence in the opitiins of
those who, being well informed, declare
that the disease will not assume an epi
demic form during the present year. But,
should these forecasts prove at fault, an 1 the
disease should assume an epidemic form,
let us guard against both concealment and
exaggeration. Could the people of Cairo
feel assured that they will be informed of
the worst when the worst is at
hand, the assurance would fortify
them against panic, and give
their practical common sense, a chance to
assert itself. To this work The Bulletin
promises to lend itself, commencing now
with the assurance that a single sporadic
case, the first of the season in a city of
100,000 inhabitants, 2.",0 miles away, is
not sufficient cause for immediate alarm in
Notice On and after July 1st. the prices
at my shop will be reduced to the following
figures: Shaving, 10 cents; hair cutting,
23 cents; shampooing, 25 cents.
Hair and whisker dying in proportion.
Grateful to my old customers for their
past favors, I ask a continuance of the
same, assuring them as well as others who
may wish to call, that all work will bo
dona in first class style and workmanlike
Shop on Eighth street, west of Alexan
der County Bank. J. Geo. Steinhouse
Ten Cents Worth. It you waut a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
the totuorial lino, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
Dr. Marean, homeopathic physician, has
removed his office to the dental rooms over
A. Black's shoe store, No. 140 Commercial
avenue, four doors above his old office. His
office hours aro 8 to 10 a. m., and 1 to 4
p, m. and 7 to 8 in tho evening.
Notice. to all, whom it may concern:
Tho Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tractod by any of its employes, or any ono
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is mado on a written order signed by
myself, and tho order must be attached to
tho bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work aro valid unless
tho same aro endorsed by myself.
E. A. Burnett.
ENVELors printed at the Bulletin office,
$1.00 per M. Envelops furnished at St.
Louis wholesale List prices for the next 80
THAT SPORADIC CASE.
TUB DEATH THAT CAlD HUCIl EXCITEMENT
IN MEMPHIS. AKD IS OAUSISO "SENSATIONS."
Knowing tho eagerness of our readers to
know all about tho yellow-fever in Mem
phis, we give below, directly from the col
umns of the Memphis Avalanche, of yester
day, the full details.
i Tho local editor speaks of the case as
"Yesterday evening great excitmeut was
caused on tho streets by a report that a man
had died in town of yellow fever. A phys
ician who had seen tho corpso after death
mnflrmnd till j rniirt ' nml rtf nrl1raf thU in-
creased tho excitement already started
tho rumor abovo mentioned.
Later m the evening tho facts in the case
were fully brought out and are as follows:
On Saturday night last a Frank Mul
brandon, a shoemaker, who has a shop at
274 Shelby street, was taken ill at his resi
dence at the corner of DeSoto and Pontotoc
streets. His first symptoms were accom
panied by vomiting, followed by a violent
fever. He was attended by Dr. W. E. Rog
ers, who did all in his power to save him,
but in vain, and yesterday at noon he died,
Tho symptoms being regarded by Dr. Rog
ers as suspicious, he called in Dr. R. W.
Mitchell, of the National Board of Health;
Dr. G. B. Thornton, President of the City
Board of Health, and Drs. I). D. Saunders,
T. J. Tyncr and W. B. Winn, who made an
autop;-y on the body, and came Jo the uuan
imous conclusion that the deceased died of
yellow fever. They declared it to have
been what is known as a "sporadic" case,
which is not considered infectious in its
The body was burled at 23 minutes to 0
o'clock last night in Calvary Cemetery.
Dr. Mitchell stated last night, in the
presence of an Avalanche reporter, that he-
did not apprehend any spreading oa ac
count of the peculiar nature of the case.
Besides, Mulbrandon, the man who died,
there were living in the house his wife and
sister-in-law, who waited upon him during
his illness, and four children, all of whom
are perfectly well and have no symptoms of
an attack of the fever.
To prevent a useless panic on account of
this cast, it may Restated that the physic
ians have all a long expressed it as their
opinion that sporadic cases would occur as
they always do after every epidemic. They
claim, however, that no epidemic has ever
arisen from anything but an imported
Upon which state of facts the editor
comments as follows:
As is well knoffn to physicians und all
others who have investigated, on the year
following a yellow fever epidemic a few
sporadic cases of the disease are likely to
develop. This is medical experience. In
New Orleans a few sporadic cases occur
every year, but create no alarm. One of
this class was found in Memphis yesterday,
and as was to hare been expected, the fact
created considerable excitement, especially
amorig persons who do not look closely in
to matters of this kind.
As will be seen from our report of the
case in question, our leading physicians
pronounce this a sporadic case. It was the
only one in the city, and the physicians
unite in disbelieving that there is ar.yprol
ability of the disease spreading. Of course,
in this belief they are governed by past ex
pcneucc. not onlv in Memphis, but cw
Orleans, aad every other place in the Uni
ted States where the fever has ever ap
oeared. The disease has not been known
to spread except when imported.
and when the atmosphere was
in a condition to receive
If other cases should develop the fact wil
be laid bforc the public. Nothing will be
concealed. There does not seem to be one
chance in a thousand that this will occur,
No physicians anticipate a yellow fever
epidemic in the Mississippi Valley this
summer but the readers of the Avalanche
may rely on the truth, and nothing but the
truth. If there should be another case the
name and location will be printed.
ATTENTION EVERYBODY ! !
Prices for everything are down, und to
be up with the times, tho undersigned has
established the following prices at his shop
on and after this date:
Hair Cutting 25c
By placing his prices at a figure propor
tionate to tho decline in other fields of
labor, lie hopes to continue receiving the
patronage of his old customers ami many
new ones, and assures one and all that his
work will be done in a prompt and effl
Shop No. 58 Ohio levee, 2 doors above
the Planter's House, between Fourth and
Sixth streets. Geo. WrsE.
"DEW DROP IN"
And satisfy yourselves that the only real
ly first-class barber shop in Southern Illi
nois, is next door to Korsmeyer's cigar
store on 6th street, near tho Levee. It is
there whero you will find elegant and com
fortable furnishings, and skilled and court
eous workmen who confessedly stand at the
very head ot their profession. To-morrow
(Monday) morning tho prices will bo re
duced, as follows:
Hair-Cutting '. 25c.
And ali other work proportionately low
IICOUY AND HARNESS
.... . . . .r,i a ni.orlv no
roraaie. ntfia m oi ""," , itnii "tin unite
Idu bar oi.euWv. Apply ' ""' """" U"'L0'
IJIRUSTEE'S SALE. ,
WIIEIikam. wnii.m UV Thornton aud Martha
M. Thornton, by thdr certain TruM Dwed dated
Martha Wh. A. D. lSiff aud recorded tn the Hycoril-
emolllco in Alexuuder County, in Book rugo
4H, ii and 8 did convey to the uudernlitneu a i rui
jho premUe hereinafter detcrlheil U fecure tlio
payment ur tven promUory note fur the um n
oue luoinnim w"0 nullum nin vi ' -
pcetlvyly infourtl)flvo (5 nix (lijueven (.leltfiil
(!t) nine ('J) and tou (Hi) yeur from date, w itli Inter
et at the rate of ten per cent per annum, pavai)
cml-anmially from date and whereat five of talil
uotut aro now uue ana unpaid wltu iwre
tame from tue'AVhof Mny A. D. KClto thltdate.
And uhcrent the li'L-ul holder of unlit note baa
called upon tho nnilertlgned to tell the preinUe
hereinafter neacrinea to tattry taia noted uua inier-
Now therefore 111 ill
In urfiunce of the term of
taid Deed of Trust tuo nnderaiiined 111.
ON WEDNESDAY T1LK MTU DAY OF AftiUbT,
between the Uonr of ten (10) o'clock A M.. and 5
o'clock V. M. of nildduy. on the prcmiieii hereiu-
rt..rderrllied in tho city of C'ulro. Hit
to nell at puhlic vendue to the hluhent hi
cah, the follow Ina dei-rrlhed ltoal Etate, to-wlt
Lot num'ier nine lUltcu (lO)eleveu (11) twelve (li!)
and thirteen (1:1) In block number tlxteen ! iu
the flrtt addition to the city of Cairo. Illlnma, at
platted by the Trutee of Cairo Cl'v Property,
fltuated In the County of Alexander. Illinoit. And
all the rk'lit and cqultv of redemption of the taid
William w. Ttiorutou aim Manna .m. i nomum nit
wife, their helr. executor, administrator, and a-
ilk,'ii therein, to alUfy tuld IrnH und ail fonts aud
oxpeunct of ereoutlns the tame.
f.DWAKD A. iwus, irutiee.
Springfield. Hit., July vsh, ls;L
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
' Grand Excursion,
Tuesday, July 22,1871).
A ipecia! excursion train will leave, clvli: etcur
lt an opportunity of attending the
Chicago Jockey ami Trotting
Which t:.ke place July d to rth. lucWiv at
whieli many notabie hire will be pnneiit.
la addition ! Xt above, laere will be
the u?ua! tummer attraction)
EXCURSIONS ON THE LAKE
In L,ir,',' and Elc'iut Sleamert, carrying full
Band of Music.
Attractive Plays at the Theatres, Etc.
Arriving In Chicago Tueiduy evening at t.4"i
Excursionist taking thlt train can return on any
throuith train (attention beln called t the fact of
the t-aturday Nik'ht Train runulni; only to Tolono.)
leavinz Chlcwo up to and including the evening;
tram of T::urJsv, Ju'.y :i!t. KiMi-tvins at V) n ni
C.A.BEcK. . W. t'.JOUSr-OS.
Supt. C h!cioDiv;on. (n'Eeral l'aa-euger Agent.
F. Tl'e KElt. Traffic Mincer
KOEHLER P.ROS., Proprietor!',
Corner Washington Avenue and Eight .Vr.--t and
Con.ir EA-vrnth and Wa-Mngtoi: Ave.
A and complete supply of tile het of all
kind meat always ou hand.
WHOLESALE WINES ANDYiQIOES
SMYTH it CO.,
Wholesale ar.d Dealers in
Foreign ami Domestic Liquors
Wine of all Kinds,
NO. 00 OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH CO. buve constant: a tarco
stock of the best good In the nmrkct and give
especial uttelittot Iu the wholvtule branch wf tlio
poll METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
The Elegit Sidorfcl e Passenger Steamer
A.J BIRD ...Clerk.
Leave Cairo every afternoon at a o'clock, for
Paducah. Metropolis aud wav liindlugs For
freight or passage apply to L A MLVER,
THE ANCHOR LINE.
For New Orleans.
Jamrd ON eii. Master
Friday, July 11, at 4p.m.
W. P. IIALLIDAY.
, Monday, July 14. at S p. in.
FOR MEMPHIS AND VICKSBURO.
Geoiigk W. Lrsnox Master
Tuesday, July at B p.m.
CITY OF VICKSBURO.
R. K. Rliey Master
Thursday, July 10, at 5 p m.
JNO. B. MAUDE. .
W. n. Blake MattQs
Saturday, July t'J, ot 5 p.m.
John Cnne Manter
buuday, July VI at 5 p m .
FOR ST. LOUIS.
JNO. B. MAUDE.
W. It. Blake . .Master
Tuesday, July S, at 5 p. m.
John traue Muster
Wednesday, July 8, at 5 p. m,
JOHN A. SCUDDER.
Flbh CalvbhT' Maator
Thuriday, July 10, at 5 p.m.
CITY OF HELENA,'
ItAAO McKl Mattor
Friday, July 11, at 8 p.m.
CITY OF GREENVILLE.
A.J. Carter.......... Mattor
Sunday, July is MB p. m,
Monday, July 14, at noon,
For all Information apply to Anchor Line Offlco,
WuarfhoatNo a. . '
Capt. X110MA9 W. SHIELDS, Supt,
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