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JOHN H. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 1, 1873.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASMNGTOMV.
SENATOR l'OMEROY ON HIS
WAY TO KANSAS WITH
SECRETAKY BOUTWELL NOT
THE SUIJ.IKCT ON WHICH GEORGE
FRANCIS TRAIN OAK NUT
BE DRAWN OUT.
SENATOR SUMNER IN VE11Y DAN
Sr."Louis, Dec. 31. The Democrat's
Wajblnijtori ipicial says tlio Cliroiilclu an
nounces iltlt morning thut Senator l'ome
roy has started for Kansas with proof
that tliu Into letter of hi, containinc; tho di
T ding of ptoflts of the P.iitowatumlo
agency, l n forgery. On thu contrary, tho
gentleman to whom tlio loiter was written
that tlio Uatement tliut Attorney General
Williams will voluntarily rctlro from tl.o
cabinet It ground I cm.
New YoitK, Dec. 31 Tho Tribune's
Washington ipcclnl says it li icnrcely
questioned but that Boutwcll will bo elect
ed to tho sennto to succeed Wilson. Tlio
report tbnt tho president hasnlrcsdy in a Jo
up hi mind to put Assistant Etcrolary
Rtclmdsnn In Boutwell's plnco gains cred
enco Jay by day, and there nro now many
person wbt nro tisuilly woll Informed r.s
to what It going on nl tho wlillo hout, who
ay lioiltl voir that Grant has cotno to this
decision nnd thut ho Inn already InformeJ i
Richardson nf his coming good fortune.
IN memory or gfn. tiiomh.
WahiiinoioN, Dtc. -31. Hon. Borneo
Maytiurd of Tennessee, hut bud placed in
hi! hands, for tho purposo of presenting to
tho liousu of rcprestntatives, u nieuiurial,
numerously signed y officers nnd soldiers
of tho ltu Army of llio Cumberland, nik.
log congress to appropriate !1 5,001 tow
urdt tho erection of nn equestrian ttntuo
to tho memory of tho lata Major General
Gcorgu H. Thomas. '
Bas Francisco, Dec. 31. A Washing
ton dispatch Italing that tho prnpoid
transfer of Goat Island to tho Central IV
CRASH AND SMASH AT
THE MEMPHIS DISASTER RE.
LOSS ESTIMATED AT $200,000.
FIRE AT OALESBURO ILLINOIS.
turned cold this afternoon. Tho mcrrury
full from i'i to 32. A rise In tho river,
however, Is anticipated, and irecat!ons
have been taken to guard against gorges.
Si'Vornl boats liavo been dispatched to
Fools to break up tho Ico providing tho
prospers for a rite continue
SUSAN II. ANTUONT.
Kocur.sTF.n, Dec. 31. Yesterday after
noon fourteen of tire women held lor Ille
gal voting at the lato election gaVo ball to
appear In tho - Albany court, isutan It,
Anthony reluscd to lurniih ball, and wa
. I r'lir.irn!.. nnrl witt an endorsed nt tho
m I . . . .
last election, ana mat targeni was eieeieu
United Stales senator on that itiuc, nnd
as friond of iho scheme, Is published hero
and contradicted, Sargent wat elected
beforo tlio purposes of tho
railroad company respecting Goat
Island wcro known. Tho ques
tion was not involved In h's election. Tho
passage or tho bill through the houio last
n.loti. cnutid Inlctiso opjiositlon in San
FratioiMO nnd over n lurgo portion of thy
state. Doth candidates in this district last
election unequivocally pltdued themselves
against the measure. 1 lltical parties
adoptid resolutions itrongly opposing tho
proposed session, considering It a political
necossity to do so In tho mlddlo nnl north
ern districts. Uotb Greeley candidates
wero opposed to Goat Island, whllv tho lie
publican candidates accepted tho Issuo
and announced themselves In Uvor ot
it. On that issun the It.-publlenn
candidates defeated nllhottgh the districts
were strongly Kepublican, whilo tho can
didato in tho middle Kepublican district
just sv.d himself. In theso two dutricts
1 1,000 Ilepublicaiis volidin favor of Grant
who voted against their congressional cun
didntcs or relued to voto for congressmen
at all. It was the mo.t ma;lccd condemn,
tion of tho measure and waj sp pronounci-U
at tho time. Tiu renewed pressure is In
favor of tho Goal Island scheme at Wash
ington, creates much oxcilcnicn In this
city und has li to ii call of a meeting on
Siturday ni;ht. Gov. Iloolh says thero Is
no public seritlin'cnt In Call ornia favoring
tho ceslun of Goat Island to the Central
A WOMAN CUTS HKU CniLD'S
I'll 110 AT AND THEN
a s. . f I
t in time ty, atiu rmicuies mo iuea oi u i , ,
forecrv. and says tho letter camo direct I H .Uroad Is endorsed by ho peoplo of
from l'omeroy without any doubt,
that l'omeroy mado his refusul to accc t
tho proposition on a personal matter, and
If thero is any forgery about tho ciuu it Is
in tho proparalion of tho pretended proof
now on tho way to Kansas.
f j KCRKTAKT "UOUTWEM.
Has rot yet tendered his resignation, but
will rotlro trom tho cabinet about tho mid
dle of February, and enter tho canv&ss for
tho senatorshlp of Massachusetts. Thero
seems to bo but little doubt that Afshtunt
Secretary , Ilichard.on has been agreed
upon at hi successor. Upon tho presi
dent becoming awn'ro sometime slnco that
Mr. Hoiitwell would resign, liu Indicated a
desire to glvo the place to Mr. Delano, but
after cnntultitlun with tlio latter the mat
ter went no farther. Thero will bo strong
influences from various quarters to pro
vent the selection of Klchardson, but it is
nut believed hero that they will succeed.
Tho Republican's No York special
liys Samuel finclntr toJay oflvrtd his
resignation as publisher to Ibo stock
holders of ilia Tribune. It ws accepttd,
taking effect to morrow.
It is well understood that Gcorgo Fran
cis Train is convursanl with all tho mvsle
ries of tho Credit Mobitier frauds, und
lavoral efforts havo been mado to inter
view him In person on that suhjeut, but ho
parries all questions relating to tho swin
dle, with a cunning that proves tho "fool"
is nut the only utoment in his character.
The Union facifij railroad corruption, is
the onu topic ho cannot bo drawn out on.
MtsaouMi lcui-latuhc co.stkm.no.
Dispatches from Jelferton City say tho
members of tho ltgislaturo which will
inet to-morrow, are fast arriving, and
questions as to who will bo speaker of the
bouse, and who shall succeed Fral.k Ulalr
as Unlitd Suus senator, iiro freely dis
cussed. A caucus or all Dumocruts who
desiro to maintain tho Douiocrullc party
orgauizttion, and who bellovu that tho
Democrat's alono should organize the leg
islature, shapo its political policy, and con
trol tho election of senator, has been
called for Wednesday. Most of tho Dem
ocrats yet arrived, have signed a call, but
here are some win decline to do so. Tiu
question of the twe-thirds rule in tho
senatorial caucus it being dinuis-d, and
meets with much opposition. Neither
Gov. Brown's retiring message, nor Gov.
" Woodson's inaugural ato yet completed.
The former will probably not bo read be
fore b'riday, r-tid tho iuaugaral of Gur.
1 Woodson will not tnko placo boforo to
bEXATOlt buunkk's iicaltii.
AVasuinotos, Dec. 30. Senator Sum
ner's physician states thut thu
condition of" tho former is vary
bad lndeol. Ho has frequent ro
currences of ucuto pain In tho rogion of
tho heart, u relio of thu spinal ditllculty
which has affected him for Uflecii ye.ns.
Theso attacks are vory violent ami pros
trating, hut of short duration. Thu sena
tor suffers from tho loss of sleep, and on
retiring each night ho has uu opluto in
jected under tho skin. of tho arm, from thu
influonco of which tlumbur is alono in
duced. BESIOKATIOS Or UOUTWELL.
jpv Yokk, Doc 31. Tho new of Sec
rotary Oouiwoll's proposed resignation
Vatfonsiderably discussed In Wall street
yiwrday, tho prevailing speculation le
,'ng that Assistant; Secretary llichurdson
will secure tho appointtnotit for u fow
weeks, after which that gentlemen is ex
pooled to accept a financial position
abroad from a New York home. It is
. . . . . . ..F ...a
it. .....lit ttifct vita aport'Lurvaiuu ui iiiu
man, but it Is Impossible that either ex
Governor Morgan or Henry Clews will he
that person, us tho tamo reasons will pre-
vunt theso gentlomcn us provuntoa a. I
Stoworl's acccptaiico of that nfllci.
mir(fli'Bop TUB CAlltNKT.
Asr J Piinwn.'Timot' says It is thus
CONDEMNED CIll.MlNATi COM
MITS SUICIDE IN JAIL.
VANDERBI LT'S TESTI MONT
THE STOKES CASH.
far J or from .yturoo memuurs oi mo cau
sengors '"Hlvely rUro" of their own ac-r..-rt,
the 4th of March next, vis : Fish.
lloutwell and Williams. All of them will
then tender their resignations. But only
those throe, so far as is known, wl do
rllrm further services.
Prominent officials bore remark thtt hut
for newspapers U would not lmvo bem
kiown In administration quarter tiat
Xkttt in wj wldesnf dUHUiXacUon
Cincinnati, Doc. 3l.-At Mrchanics
l.urp, Ohio, on Sunday evening, colored
wunati named Uowson, in a ut ranging on
Insanity, cut tho throat of her child, nnd
then cut her own throat. Both will pro
bably die, Thu cruelty of her husband is
tho ulleged cause.
Will probably bo left for nnother week.
Tho new district utturnoy, 1'helps, will
not probably tako part in tho triul, lut
will b represented by Assistant .Fellows,
to contiliuu thy piosccution to it shwo.
Commudoio Vundcrhllt tostiflid that
Fisk was a nckless man ; thut ho hud had
that opinion of him from tho slult. His
knowledge, however, ns to Fntk, whs based
on heresay. Vlee-Vrosldent Divuii of tho
Erie, nlso testilied us to tho chalucterof
iNUlANArous, Ind, Dec. 31. Wm,
Cloulc, convicted of tno muruer ot n:s
wiff, anil elltollcd to bu hung on l riuay
next, committed mlcldo to-duy. Ho com
plained ol reullng unwoll tins morning
und remained lh bed, but nothing strango
was noticed until about ono o'clock. A
Dhvsiclan wus called to seo hint and it was
ascertained ho had taken morpninc. n
had been concealed in n plcco of foolscap
paper nnd Inclosed In n part of i nowspa-
por. A stomach pump was uppllfu imine
JIatcly, but w'.thgpt effect, and ho died at
two o'clock. It is, not known from wnut
sourco ho obtained Iho poison,
Washington, Doo. 31. Fivo colored
Toughs, nil familiar character to tho po
lico and detuctive force, yesterday ovening
appeared at tho front entrance) ofthojuil
and domai ded ndmiltaiiRO to tlio cell of
Torn White, murderer of Ungorskl. They
woro or'di red away by tho iiuards, they
replied with defiant oaths nnd threats, ono
: -tif tho party drawing n razor, and another
n dlik-knlfo. They wero Anally driven
-from tho premises, two of them wore
snbsoniiontly arrested nftor utsivaro slrug
kIb, in which t-nrgoaiit Johnson's right
ihand was badly Injured. Tho other three
SwiU doubtlMS be captured
CKNTRK STREET VICTIMS.
Nr.n York, Dec. 31. Tho funeral of.
.lHnoStuar.1, Iwncd In tho Centre street
Urn, took place to-duy from tho Episcopal
church. I.'ibjrors conllnuo digging in tho
ruins for tho remains of other missing
tire cikti sfriTr-wf Hrf,
Cincinnati, Do. 31. DauiHiornuglily
estimated at frnm $lo0,000, to '00,000.
About nineteen feet is tho d jith of the
water. Tho How of Ico slopped about tlvo
o'clock this evening, and un hour Inter
commenced running again, but at nlno
o'clock tho rapid rising of tho river re
lardod tho movemnnt of tho Ic, and Indi
cated n gorge below at tho mouth of tho
Great Miami. Chief losses Is In coul bar
ges torn looso at tho lower landing, and
carried down tho river and probably sunk.
Fifth street ferryboat torn looso and takon
down Ibo river since dark, and her fato is
not known. Stern-wheel steamer Katlo
Putnam, was S'ink nt seven o'clock. Tho
water it in her cubin. Valued
at Slf.,000, insured for $0,000.
This ovening tho Arinio Laurie is
thought to bo greatly exposed to tho flow
of Ico from tho Licking, thought not yet
hurt. It i expected that the Licking will
open, which will probibly effect the
rising river four or Ave feet herf, and my
dttttrov ovorv boat at tho landing. Few
boats at tho landing abuvo Broadway nro
out of reach In cato of tho Lick
ing broaking up. Boutt expeit
it to-night with much apprehension. At
10 o'clock to-night tho Ico bad nearly
stopped flowing here, indicating ulinost
certninly a firm gorge below. Several
boats aro anchored in the middle of tho
river with full steam. Tbo pressuro on
boutt drawing them atboro has been so
greut as to bend and careen tho great
stanchions of tho Now Orleans wharfboat
by pushing steamers alongildo against
Cincinnati. Dec. 31. The ice In tho
river gorged and stopped tho running o:
boats utu few minutes past 11 o'clock, hut
started to move slowly again. Tho dread
of tho result from an overfljw of tho Lick
ing river Is increasing. Tho Fifth street
ferryboat whs ttirowu on dry land on tho
Kentucky shoro oppcuito tlio lower part
of tho city, nnd fifty barges havo leen
crushed to pieces und scuttled along the
thoru on both sides of tbo river in tlio
lower part of tho city.
tike in oxLEsnuiio.
Galeshcho, III., Dec. 31 About ono
o'clock this murning smoke was seen
issuing from ono of tho uplondid bluets,
of brick buildings known at Metropolitan
block. Owing to sc trolly of water and In
efUciancy of iho flro department and ap
paratus tho flro spread with great rapidity
und bjforo it could bo arressed, destroyed
somo of tho flnesttlorct as well as tho un
occupied 'hotel known as the Galesburg
house, Tbo oporu houso was, at
ono time, In great danger, but
tbo prompt action of tho citizens
tearing down two or threo small buildings
and a heavy snow storm prevailing at the
timo enabled to them savo
this as well as surrounding
property. Tlio - princlpil sullur-
rs uro W. W. Washburno, jewelry;
Storo & rerris, groceries; K. it. uar-
rinccr, fancy goods; Gross & Stigcr, book
eulers;L. L Jilllcr, musicul instru
ments; Striwor Uros., ooots anu tiiocs;
cupants of sloros on tho first floor, with
tliu oxception of Oarnnyer, snved mo-t of
their stock nf goods In ft damaged condi
tion. Tho total loss will bo about $100,-
Inturo.1 for about $05,000.
... . -o-
London, Dc ill. Itobort Bowksof tho
firm of Bowles Bros., was to-day brought
up again before the lord mayor and his ex
amination concluded. Mr. Mclcalf, coun
sel for defence, argued that Micro was no
proof that BjwIos was awaru of tno man
ner In whTcli tlio securities of tho firm had
ecu disposed. Tho really guilty parties
wero Charles Bowles, Kel'h nnd Suliivan,
who wcro allowed to escape. Tho lord
mayor decided that the uvldenco required
the committal of tho pritono: fur Ira!, o
tho charges preferred.
New OtiLBiNis Dec. 31. Arrived:
Alaska. Departed : M -hawk and barges,
and Northwuilsrn. hcdiiptt: Flour 10;
poiK332; bacon CO casks, liT'J borc; lard
40 tierces; 044 keg; whiskey 835; cotton
'J,"U7. Flour quiet and firm, X Si;
good $8(o)3 CO. Corn is In fair demand,
o33j. Outs citto COo. Hay good de
mand 4U-;. ruiK auil, i;j(iji'i. uacon
quiet, light demand; sides luetic Lard
lair uiiiniinu, si&noic; kega ujiro'.uc.
Whisky scaice, Lcuiaiaiiu tac; Cint'iuiiali
99;. Oiillon good demand lul. Sterling
l'ilf sight; discount.
hT. Lou in, Dtc. 31. Flour Crm nnd un
changed, good order in demand. Wheal
firm nil gooil demnu lor spring, nut noi
much don.g in fall; No '1 spring 1 1!4J
1 25. .u 2 rid full to si 'jo. wtn sicuuy;
No '1 mixed Sit. Oats quiet und steady;
No i mixed mGb.l'n!. Barley quiet nnd
t"adv uemand I r choice; Nebraska 70c;
strictly prime 75c; choice Iowa 9o:. llyu
Qrm ni.d In demand; N 3 75c. Mess
pork nominal it $1 1 loGKVl: dry salt meal
dull nominal. Nothing oomg in Btcon;
lard nominally uncharged; "u for round
loti prime fleatn; casn and seller in Jnu
nrv. Hiifhwlses oflured ueeluy at "Jic
but no buvers. Catlle d II weak and up
chanced; hogs firm at $3 403 70; mostly
$3 su)3 til. rsceipis louu.
Our Homo Advertisers.
J. E. LUFKIN,
Wholesale stssil Betall Oroes-r,
Um on hand at all llmci Vcgctahlcs, Fruit
Butter and Eggs, Lard,
HoNcr, Tropical Fruits, Etc., Etc.
J2TAII goods Warranted Fresh, and sold
at small l'rotit.
N. B. l'arcelt delivered to any part of the
city to Customer.
WEST BltlK COMMERCIAL AVE., BETWEEN
17tb ANU 1 8lh STRKETB.
2-20.fr CAIKSS, IM,IM)S.
TOEaCl ITHW SYSTEM.
OROUEUlSta -fSETAsM.EP AT WUOLESALk
l'KICta VOK CASU.
AT H. C. THIELKOKE'S STOKE
WASHINGTON AVENUSS. 11ETWEEN TENTH
AND KLEVKNTII R1RCCTS.
5C bs. TJKY.Cuba Sufr for - - - $5 0
0 .1 ii ii ii ... i mi
j ids. A couen auear, ii. i . Bid. - l ut
I " l'rlmo Klo Coffeo for - - 1 Of
3 " Choico " " - - 1 0(
3 " Old Government Java I W
Teas and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Unoda new nnd full woigbt given. (Jail
Our Home Advertisers.
WIN OS AHB illtOI Rl.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
(IAIRU. I I. i. I MO I H.
Also', kr eoanuatly on Uand a umI cm
pll stock of
and irikh winnnEf
JOHN SHE EH AX,
lad Dealer la
VEGETABLES. FRUITS. EOflS, LARD
FllESII H UTTER, KTC.
S3T All Goods warranted freh, and sole
the lowest prieca.
Corner )th St. andCommcrclalAve.
H. M. HULEW,
GROCER and COKFECTIOK
And Dealer in Foreign FruiU &Nutc,
No. 134 Commercial-avo.,
Evansvillk, Dee. 31 -Light rain slnco
last night, and a dense fog is now lining.
Mercury 3J to 44. River ri.oti 1 foot; icu
it tofieulng but still unbrukon, and is ex
pected to movu ut any moinen.
ViCKbiiUho, Di-c 31. Down : Natchez.
Un: Cliailes Bodinun. Weather clear
tiudcool: rivor ri.iui! last.
Nashville, D.ic. 31 River rising
alowly, and continued rains ; five feet re
nortwl on Harsctli bhoals. iSoats in port
John S. Braiifod. Tyrone, Burksville,
.nd P. Grvcav.
Mkmpuis, liec. 31. Cloudy and warm.
River rising fast, but liillo ice running.
Uitmarck arrived from below and is wall
Inn tho arrival of son.o boat from abovo
beforo proceeding. No further damage
apprehended from ice.
Louisville, Dec. 31. The river rising
slowly; 6 leel canal, 3 teet cliutc. Light
rain nearly all day. Mercury runged 30
to 41. li'rjsklnir up of curci-s anxiously
loo-ed for. Steamers Iu port havo steam
up ready for emirgeucy. Dense fog hung
over tha rivor all day, and il is much
heavier to-nigh. Srrong fears were ex-,
pressed for the safety of tbo immense coal
tlsel at Pumpkin Pa'ch. 13 steamers and
ISO coal-boats are lying abovo the falls.
Nkw Orleanp, Dec. 31. Flour firm,
treble $7 2C9; choico SO 50(gll. Corn
dull, mixel yellow 80q while 83c. Oats
dull. Bran dull 15c. Hay firm, prlmo
40; choicH $4'). Pork dull $i3 76; ba
con dull Cj9Jo51 lc. Lard quiet tiorces
8J8Jo; kui l)ll0c. Su jar quiet, com
mon lo if"1 d common CJjC7 Jc; fair to fully
fair 738Jc; primo 9c. Molasses In good
demand, low trades dull, centuTugal 3t
40c; fair 47f)Slci primo Cl55c; strictly
nrinin to choice lG(&69c. Whinkey scare;
9.'Si90c. Coffeo I019c. Sterling 12 If;
inlil discount; gold II). Cotton modrr-
to! v-active, tale u.iov, goon onnnary ia
IBJc; low middling lOJIOJc; middle
t'.lu; miniieurieiina ioc; receipts w.ioi;-
xports: fontinelil iov, cansiwise -o,uoi;
NEW YOllK. STOUE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LlBOsUT VARIETY STOCK IN TDK CITT
SOLD VERY CLOSE.
(ksrsserar Nlnstei-nlh trootstttil srsts
GEORGE I). WILLlAMSOiN',
ANU DEALER IK
Onen d.iy and nickt for the accomodation
3STO. 7G OHIO LEVBH
ETITION TO AI10LTSII THE
PltESENT USIUIY LAWS
IN NEW YORK.
THE GREELEY WILL PRESENTED
FOR ADMISMON TO
SUSAN B.ANTHONY REMANDED
tffy uauitv LAWH.
Nutv York, Doc. 31. A petition is rc
ceiving signatures or imtiness men re
questing tho lngislaturo to abolish tlio
present usury luws, and substitute those
passed by tho logiKlaiumsoi Alitssacuusetts
and other Now i'.ugland states,
tiir or.r.:HcY will.
.At White PIiiIiii ycstordny tho will of
Mr. Greoloy dated in 1871 was presented
(or admission to prohutn. Hoarlng in
tho matttr, liowover, was delayed until
I'itTbU'JRU, Doc, 31. It rained last
night nnd during tho day till tins after
noon. Reports from abovo show that th
rain nnd thaw has boon gonerul. Tha
river is increasing very gradually and
about 3 foot 10 Iqoq'm. Ibt westhsr
Washington, Dec. 31. For New En
gland northwesterly to northcnsiorly
wlndt nnd partly cloudy weather. For
tlio Middlu slates northwesterly to north-
ostorly winds and cloudy weather nnd
prolinlily rain over luesouiuorn portion.
For tho Smith Atlantic stales southerly to,
easterly wind, cloudy weather and prob
ablv 1 in lit rain. From tho Ohio valley
-. ... . i . i . i
to tlio gun nonneriy io norinwrsieriy
winds, fulling temperature and clearing
but partly cloudy woathor. Fro,m tho
Ohio valley northward over Lako Erie
and upper lakes normoriy to norm west
erly winds nnd partly cloudy weathor,
f rom justouri anu jvunsas to .tiinnetni
and Dakot'i diminishing pressuro, eartorly
to southerly winds, rising touiperuluro
and incrcnsing uiouuinrss,
HENRY H. MEYER,
DECORATIVE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ot every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
In everv stvlo. Plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Glass Glldlns
Orders aoiicited lor hconery, rutuoe an
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All woik I
trt'-tod to my care will be promptly at.
tended to. bnop In Perry lloue, coi uer I
Couimerulal avenue and Ehcbtti slrttet.
Port, Maderla.'Sherry and Catawba W loot
RJMVT11 CO. ll xrlnnly for rwh.to
, which fact thev Inslto tlm epcUt U0
ion l rlo lirm ujr.
F. M. STOOKFLETH,
cocu'Om 0 rciat a irmnsn
Htiettfjrr nnd M'ttnlrwtlft Itrsslcr fas
v orvstin sirsii iriimfliic
WINES AND LIQUORS
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LIME UEMENT I
CAVE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIftO
Cnnitneroial-av., Font of EleventWt.
Bost quality of Li mo and Cement al
ways on hand, and for tain at the
vrv lrirnat fl-jurna for cash.
WAG . . MAN UFA (.TORY
For Sale at Wholesale or Itctai
COHMKlt ;!2D-BTUEKT ANU OHIO LEVI
DR. R. 0. TABER,
Will resume the practice ol his profession
with, esneclal reference to tho elcctrlca
treatment ol diseases in all the new and Im
proved ruetheds of application.
In alt cases of icinalo complaints a lady
will be in attendance.'
Office, la) Commercial avenue, tip stairs.
WILLIAM li. SMITH, M. D.
I.KSJDENUr Xn. Jl Thirteenth atrort, ho
Ij tareau WHuhlniiimi avuoue an'l Walnut atroet.
Utflce 12 Ouiniiieniilarenue, up atalra.
Corner Twenty-second street
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hand, and at tbo lowest ruarko
price, Anu aguou ariicie oi
v cheap. Leave orders at HALL1DAY
HltOTIIKllS, or apply at tho Ull.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RKHIIiKNCK-cornerNinth and Walnut ati,
Olbi'ij coiuoi nutli trvl anil Uhlo It) sou-.
Utcee houra rrniii ft a.m. to VI n , and 0 li.m
II. WARDNER, M. D.
)EMIDKNCF.-Coroer Mnetieaili rtreet ami
I V Washiti-tlun avenue, near rouri tioiit. Ol
flriiOTnr Ar er'aOrwerySturo, Ortlee Hours trom
iuh. in. so n in. anu -utu i mt i. in.
Sttrgeou and Mechanical k
3D "E3 3ST T 1ST!
Office,-Commercial Avenue between Jiluth
aim i emu sirveis,
1 would respectfully nmiounco to the Citl'
zciih of Cairo ami ijurroiiudlng Country,
that I havo oneued an olllco for the nraclice
of my profession at tho above mentioned
n acit. wucro i none 10 receive u untuv ot me
i.uullc nutroiiaire. All i)eons wMiIiil- tlio
very uesi uemai worw ciiouiu give uiu a can
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OFFICE WINTER'S BLOCK,
GREEN & GILBERT,
, ATTORNEYS .
COyNSELORS AT LAW,
Willlaai H. (iraen, s
William B OillM-rt, ,
MllMP.aitttrt, J '
snrflpeeia. attaatton glu lo Admualtr and
. MtniHIM ousiaatw. H
orrioi-oRio nvkc, rooms, T and s otm
C1TI JtATIONAL liAJIK.
Our Ilomo Advertifters.
CststHsrsttJ Mttrrlt l. III.
CITY NATIONAL DANK. CAIRO
A. ft. 3 AFFORD, Pretldent;
S. S. TAYLOR, Vice-President;.
Ii. HYdl.OP, Secretary and Treasurer
P. M. Bascuv,
R. 11. Ccaataoaisi.
!l. P. lUittias,
BtstaaxlU el sttsv Atttotsttt Rrrtltil Irotu
aai aaatts wpwsaraav.
INTKKEUT pant on deposits tithe rsleol sia
ireeat. or annum. March Island KVWru.-
br leu Intartvltsot wuh.lrawn l r.dJi tnimr
dltlel) toll pnnelrul or the itrponllt, thrrahr
d'tK them compound Inifrf.t.
MARSURD WOMEN AND CII1LI1RKN HAT
S) tt o uat awa vA.t aai it.
Opn evi ri buslna.a d'.T rrom v a.m. to 3 un...
and Haiurtat CTtniDi; lor HAVIMO JiKI'l'll-i
onlj, from t to S o'cliick.
mi' hi w. iiTsuur. ittttuin.
TJ1E CITY NATIONAL '
W. P.H.l.htlAT. I ri'.l.lfnt;
U KNIIT U R ALLIUAY, Vica-Prktlasni
4. B. HAFKOIlii, C'aahler;
WALTRK UYSLOf. AaalsUuit CaaMar,
rttvat L. lUlliDtT.
nto. D. WiuuMtoa,
Kottav II. UfaaiNa.ai.
W. I. HU.I8T,
Kxrluuiar, Cola staMI Cstlte4 sattutw
Rostda Botsilst sttstt Htt.
KPntJITt! recled, and a treaorat taklE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
IIP SI A I MM.
HANiri. HUR1), Vre.i.ui
KOI1EUT. .ItL. .t I Ku.t'rcnn-'
n. N. llUinKH. Oasnter.
COLLECTIONS PltOMVrLT MADIC.
EXCIUNllE!, roin, l.nlt aola acd IfnlLu
rltattaa:urlllaa luiuht an aold,
tntreS Allnwr.1 h T'aia tfSa.
JOHN B. I'HLLIS &.SON,
Htipcator lo John H. Hhlllu.)
FOR W A RD1N O ME RC II ANTS
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
ti.R. TKNTll-bT. a Mj OHIO I.X.Vfc
" I'AIRrv, tl.t.
WOOD UITTENHOUSE ii BRO.
WUUD I WOOD I I WOOD 1 1
The unilrsiKnd will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
AnClienp, II not, riicnirr
hud any wood dealer In Culro, Leavo ordel
nn the elate at the PoMofllce nnd at Ito
coal yard, on Commercial avenutf. between
l entil anil twellth streeln, Cairo. Illinois. I
tflve good mcature and will cord the wood
up If iloMrcd.
aiwio-ii tiM.Mn iiAi.r.i.
No. 101 Commercial Avenue,
French. Scotch' mid American ctv-lmcrcs
or all colors, nui lieuvur mid li.-oad clotln
CON ST A N TLY ON , HAN D,
And mado up in the
And at the lowest price. A. lino tit and first
clam work guaranteed,
i y r sped warranted.
Saturation In cv-
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
Eiatmi St.Bt.vjon. & Wash.,
Has Inst nneneil a new and it Tilth cttab-
l.slinunt, fully up U iho times, and tavitet
'old customers aud new, ladles, children asttj
an, to favor nun wiu taeir pairosvaKva
pr AU work Uom 1a Use Latset fK lc
Goncral Commission MerolianU
l!t:t OUIO LKVKK,
Oehbnt, Pi-trtTBR Paris,
NO. 71 Onto LEVEE VNDRR CITY NATION
'or the numose of hulldlne un a
iIcl le trado In Cairo. 1 will aell to deal-
era and contractor In lots of no burrela and
upward, at manufacturing priuea adding
Cairn, Aiiguxi 13, istz.
MILLER A PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS BCALKH
OldtvLtyee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
MERC ttA'ND ISBRSOKER
COMMISSION. MC1 ANT,
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