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OFFIOB; BtTIiIiE3TI35T SXTXXi X5I3STC3-, GOB. 12TH TBBET A.3STI5 W-A.SHHSTa-TODN ' .VIsTTTE.
JOHN II. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY. JANUARY 10, 1873.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON
I'rcaclilnft, Halibath At 10) n.m. and 7, p.m
I'raycr rncctlntr, Wednesday at 71 n. in.
4alif,atli Bchool. 3 n.m. .1. M. I.ansdcn. Su
perintendent. ItRV. II. TllAYKlt, l'astor
1KTllrilI3T.Cor: Kljtlith and Walnut Ms.
Preaching, Hnlihalli at 10) a.m., ami 7 p. in
l'rayer mrctllitf, Wednesday, 7j p.m.
tiahbath School, H. p.m. L. W. Btlllwcll,
Hupcrlntcndent. Hkv. Y. L. Thompson,
CllllltUU OK TUB RKDKKMnMrfclsco-
Morning prnyi'rs.Haliliatli 10) a.m.
Kvrnlnir prayers, 7) p.m.
Hamjaui ncuooi, u a.m.
ANOTHER DAYS DEVELOP
MENTS 1IKFUKK THE
Hkv. K. Coan, Hector.
KA l'ATHICK'8 CUURCH-Nlntb Hi. ami
I'ulille service, Sabbath b:10 and 10) a.m.
VcMiern, 7 p.m.
Sabbath Hcliool, 2 p.m.
Service every day, H n.m.
Hkv. 1'. .). O'll AM.onAN,l'rlert.
hT.JOSKI'll'H OlllllUill.-eicrman,) cor
ner of Walnut aiid Cris streets.
Mass, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
Vespers, 2 p. m.
Mam during week days, 8 n'clork a. m.
Hkv. O. IIokkman, l'rli ft.
street between WasliltiKtou Avenue and
Wnluut street. , , ,
Prcocblhg Sunday mornnik' t 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock p. in. II. C.
IlK.v. Hoii't. llr-.i.iiifl, Pastor.
VOl'NO MKN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. IU-KHlar meeting mseond Monday
rarli mouth at their room over Rockwell
t. l.i.i.b .InH rnnilnurp .1 llVPIltll.
Weekly l'rayer meetliitf, Friday, 7) p.m. at oVtockJudtfo Jno. H. Illack and Nathan
tlie room. till Stnithert were prcietit at McCunib'i
cvn.vn MisslOSAItY HAPTIS'P counsel. Tl.o chairman .tated that Hall,
t llL'ltOII. Corner Sycamore and Forty- secretery of tho Credit Mublller, on ac.
Iiit Ktreeti. J'rearlilliK fuiiam ai
McCOM D INSISTS THAT MIO0KS
DID BUY STOCK.
THE UOOKH OK THE CONCERN TO
Jf UE BEST l'OK.
Washington, Jan. 0. Tho Credit Mo-
bilier cyiumlUeo mul this morning at ten.
. OF EX-EMl'EIiOR
THE NEWS COMES LIKE A
THE FRINGE IMI'EItl ATj ARRIVES
TOO LATE TO SEE HIS
o'clock a. m. ami ilnrlock p. m.
Uini.1.11' Molitiril 1 liVlnrk tt. III.
The church l conncoted with the Illlnoln
Aaooelation, by the KlrKt ll.Monary Itap-
tl.t hurch ol Cairo.
Kkv. 8ummun l.roNAitu, I'aittor.
KHICAN MirrilOlllST. Kourtecnth, be
ween Walnut and Cedar.
' enrlcm, Hahbalh. 11 a.m.
Miath School. 1) p.m.
,im meet at 3 p.m.
r-.COM FREE WILL HAPTIBT--Klf.
trenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service! sabuatli, I J anil up. m.
itr.v. N. Kicks, I'aittor.
VMV.V. WII.I. HA1TIST IIOJIE MISSION
SA1UIATU SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sililiatli Kchoul. U a.m.
FIRST FREE WILL UAPTIST CHURCH
Scrvlcei, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3p.m. A 7) p.m.
KKV. WM. KKM.KY, l'alor.
FIILST MISSIONARY IIAITIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Mntti ami lemn w.
I'reachliifr Sabbath, 10) a.m. and 7) p.m.
Prayer meeting. Wcdnewlay cvcntni;.
Prvni'liltll'. l'Hiliiv evenliu?.
Sabbath School. 14 p.m. John VanRaxter
aud Mary Stephen!. Superintendent.
Hkv. T. J. SiioitKS, Pantor,
SECOND IIAITIST CHURCII-Fourtecnth
street, between Cedar and WalnuU The
count of iicknci of hla wile, would not
bo bard "ii'foro next wnk, Henry O.
Crane, Iiitunt lecretery to truiteei under
the Amcj'contract, A. Kennedy, Look
keeper, nnd Cliarlei WiUon, ion-ln-!nw of
Hon. Jriiici llrooki, havo been iub(Kcnaed.
McComb, laid It wai hardly necessary
for him to reply to anything that Alloy
could lay about him; bo thought that At-
ley'i itatemcnt would carry anliduto with
the bano- Witneu wai willing to itand
on hit character. The converiation be
tween Alley and llrooki about tho latter
procuring fifty iharei of Crndil Mobllier
itock, wai while Durant wai in Europe.
Tho vnderitandlng of tho witneu wai
that the laid fifty ibarei wero put in tho
name of lirook'i ton-inOaw Nellion,
llrooki had lecured leventeen iharei of
the Crcdll.Mubllier from T. O. Durant on
December 20, 18G7, and paid for tho tamo
with hii own check for $7,000 and by
draft for $3,000, maturing in 18C9, which
draft Brooks paid January 20, 1808. On
ouly llaptiH church recognized by tho Aa- the day llrooki paid hit check for $7,000,
he received or had given to till lon-tn-law
two hundred abarei of Union Pacific
toek and five thousand firit morteaico
bondi in addition to ono hundred tharei
of Crodit Mobilior, aud that between tho
2tith of OoceinlMir and the 8th of January,
Ilrpoki rocoivod tlx tbouiand moro Union
Pacific riilroad bondi and SO.000 worth.
Union Pacific railroad Itock, being 37 per
cent on the balanco ol iharei of Credit
Mobiliori. Witneu had refreshed hit
memory about theie fact! by examining
the book i of Thomas C. Durant. Brooki
wni appointed govujnment diroctor of the
Union Pacific railroad October 3, 180
two montbi and twentythroo dayi before ho
""s1" " iioca. urooki wai reap
pointed by rreiident Jolinion flvo months
afterwards. McCreary aiked whether
witneu knew llrooki had paid for tho
itock. Witneis replied he did not lee
n .. i... . .
1V; . vi.rin.r-E. N. Uaten: pyii, unci lu.wurann
SODt. Public Instruction Newton llateman booki being made by Mr. Crane, hii.pri
Servicei, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
' . . t! u 11.1
Aiim -rnMMANlKRY. No. 13. Stated
Ahm-'inbly at the Aiyluni Maonlc Hall, llnt
ui, I tlilril Saturilavit in each month.
CAIRO. COUNCIL, No. 21. Regular Convo
cation at 3liiMlilc liau, luo necouu r riu)
In each month.
f'Aiitn 'IIAITKR No. 71. Retrular Con
vocation at Maxmlc Hall, on the third
Turwlay ot every month, . .
CAIRO LODGE, So. 337 F. A A. SI. Regu
lar C iramunlcatlom at MuhouIc Hall, tlie
necoud and fourth Mondavi of each mouth.
J TIIK OUO-KKIXOWS.
AI.EANDKR I.OIKiK, T-SlcrU In Odd.
Fellow' Hall, In Arter'n buiming, every
Thunday evening at 8 o .ciock.
Governor John SI. Palmer j
Lieutenant-Governor John Dougherty ;
Secretary of State Edmund Hummel ;
Auditor of 8Ute-C. E. Llppincott :
SUIT BROUGHT AGAINST THE
TRIBUNE FOR LIBEL. .
NEWS OK THE DEATH OP THE
Senator-Lyman Trumbull and John A,
.....W.Ia. ,J - K
witiwp. r ri..iii 'Tl.n
vn-Miiprm nra?BAli AdREMIaLY.
Scuatora. Pint DUtrict T. A. E. Hokomb,
Re .reieuUtlverKiWt Dhfct-. Watson
Webu. " J nv M. 1
i.,,in. .1. linker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney J. Jicvaiiuej,
of Massac. .
Clcrk-R. 8. ochra.
mmriir A. II. lrvln.
IVm. Slartln Anscssor and Treasurer.
Tl I ll (T-V. KlYiMi.
AasoclatesJ. E. McCrlte and S. Slarchll-
Clerk Jacob (1. Lynch.
Coroner John II. (loseman.
Mayor John M. Lansdcn.
Treasurer R. A. Cunningham.
C'linptroller K. A. RunietU
Clerk Michael Howley.
SlaiThal Andrew Calu.
Attorney P. II. Pone.
Police SlaglntruteD F. Ilrosi and It. Shan-
Chid of Police 1.. H. Slyera.
Mayor John M. I.unxden.
Flrit Ward-P. tl.Sclmh.
Second Ward C. R. Woodward.
Third Ward .Ino. Wood,
fourth Ward S. StantH Tavlor.
naiiiiiay and l.
nOAItP OK AI.IIKHMKN.
First Ward-Jamei Ilcarden, A. It, Saf-
lord, Isaao WalUer.
Second Ward-R. II. Cunningham, E. Ru
der, O. SUneel, James Swayne.
Tl.lr.l Wnril AVm. Stratum. J. II. Phlllli
Fourth Ward-Jno. 11. Robinson, G. II.
N'uro, J. II. Sletcalf.
r LINEGAR, MUNN & POPE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW i-r4
OFFICE WINTEIl'S 11 LOCK,
vato lecretary, and which entriei witness
raw on Durant's booki. Witneu in re
iponie to a question said the purchase of
100 shares did not untitle llrooki to fifty
more shares. McOomb mentioned the im
portance of having the books hore and the
difficulty of procuring them.
The chairman requested McComb to
make a list of such books ns ho wanted.
McComb said be would do so.
The chairman being, ho said, dosirous of
bringing tho investigation to a closo as
loon as poiilble, he would nik for leavo to
it during the senium of tho homo.
Alley said that tho boo;:, wero in Piln
delphla, and that bo bad examined them
Judge Black remarked, tlion tho state
ment which wai mado that thoy could not
le procured, was false.
The pre!tlnt to-day nominatod Wil
liam W. Mitcholl associate justico of the
supreme -court of Utah territory, vice
Tallaiiah.sk, Jan. 9. Both branches of
tho legislature etfontod n permanent or
ganization yesterday. The Itopublican
caucus on tho owning of thu 7th camo
near breaking up In a general row over
tho election of Conovcr as speaker, whoso
olection croated intonso dissatisfaction.
Senator Osborne's chances ot re-election
aro continually' waning.
Indian AroLiH, Jan. 9. The legislature,
in regular biennial session, convened at
10 o'clock this morning. Tho houso or
ganized by tho election iff W. K. Ed
wards as spoakor, and Cyrus T. Nixon
principal clerk. The senate not having a
quorum present nftor calling tho roll; ltd-
PKATIt OF NAI'OLKON.
London, Jnn. 9. Tho following bulle
tin from the physicians who wero with
Napoleon during his last hours, has bcn
reculvod : ''Tho Ex-Kmperor Napoleon
slept soundly last night, belter than the
preceodlng night. This morning his phy
sicians had a consultation and decided to
perforin another operation on him)atnooL
to-day. At tho time tho consultation was
held, his pulse was strong and regular, at
81 beats to tho minute. At twenty-five
mlnults past 10 o'clock, signs that ho was
slnkini! annoared. The action of tho
heart suddenly failed, and ho died at forty
llvo minutes pust 10 o'clock."
Signed Stn Henry Thomson.
TIIK NBW IN l'AKIS.
Parih, Jan. 0. Tho nowi of the denth
of tho ox-omperor comes to Paris liko u
thunderbolt. It crfatut consternation
amonc the HonnnartiHs. It is rumored
that tht friends of tho emperor In tho as
scmbly will at onco acknowlcdgo the
Now sixteen years of ag, as the rightful
ruler. There are expressions of sympathy
on all bands, amonc the middle class of
Parisians, and many of them will drape
their houses In mourning if not prohibited
by tho government. The llonafiartlsts
will make' an Issuo by calling on Thiers
for h proclamation announcing the era
peror'i death, thus iccuring either official
recognition or the refusal of ofilcial re
cognition of tho emperor's existence
Thlcjs will refusp, of course, when
Will isiuo a manifesto announcing the
fact, and making a proclamation of their
alleuianco to tho princo imperial. Tbero
is groat excitement in Paris this morning.
NAPOLEON rt RUIIUKN DEATH.
London, Jan. 9. Tho sudden death of
ox-Emperor Napoleon took, ovcrybody at
Cblzlohurst, as well as in London, by sur
prise. Tho empress, relatives, attendants
and household, and even the phyilclans
wore unprepared for it. .Tho emperor bad
passed a comparatively quiet night, his
strength seemed undiminished, and at a
consultation in tho morning, it was
thought ho could bear tho third operation,
which was dotcrmlned upon. So great
cottfidenco was felt In his condition, that
tho princo imperial was permitted to re
turn to Walwich to resumo her studies.
Dr. Gall went to London, and many of
the emperor's friends who had hastened to
Chizlehurst at tho first alarm, had re
turned to their homes. Thero was
no reason to apprehend tho
fatal turn in tho case up to 9 n.m.
whcji dangerous symptoms suddenly set
in, tho vital forces seom to leavo Uira all
ul onco, and ho
COUMKNCEE TO dlNK
"With alarming rapidity. A telegram was
nstantly dispatched to Woolwich for tho
princo. Dr. Gall was summoned from
London, and Father Godder the emperor's
apiritual advisor, was sont for in hasto to
LAST SACRAMENT OF Till! CnCUCn.
His private chaplain was informed of
the danger and started for Chizlehurst.
The princo was not in time to see his
father again. Dr. Gall nnd tho clergyman
list reached tho park gntos as tho cm-
Who has boon most constant
in attendance, wai st his
bodsldo In tho last hour. Tho
medical advisers wero Sir Henry Thom
son and Drr. Corvisart und Cloror. The
emporor'i old friend, Dr. Camcan, and
several members of tho household wero
alio pro'ent. Since tho emperor's death
tho rnsidenco at Chizlehurst has been
strictly cloved to all -but tho nearest
friends and relations. Physicians statu
that death resulted from causos independ
ent of tho surgical operations to which tho
patient was subjected. Tho ovoning Jour
nals publish long obituaries full ot expres
sions of mourning.
New York, Jan. 9. The editor of tho
Brooklyn Union 1ms sued the Tribune for
libel for republishing an editorial from tho
Englo attacking Bowen.
Til K KUfHES-V oBir.r.
New York, San. 0. The World's spec
ial suys that tho Empress Eugonlo weeps
continually and refutes to be comforted.
Tho Prince Imperial who arrived after
his father's death, is prostrated with grief.
Tho EtnporordeatH was caused by emo
Usui. I) was so sudden that the last sac
raments wero not administered, the priest
arriving after all was over. The body
will be interred at Chizlehurst till it can
be removed to France.
Qulncy from Cairo,
ler for Cincinnati.
Memphis, Jan. 9. River rising. De
parted: City of Chester for Cairo, Mary
Fojsyth for St. Louis. Clear and cold.
Nariiville, Jan. 9. Kl Ar falling very
slow: Vl feot at Harpeth sholcs. Weather
lair nut very com.
Kvansville, Jan. 9. Cold and clear,
mercury 13 to 22 degress. Riven risen 40
feet and vnry full of heavy floating I so.
I4o prostcct or early navigation.
CINCINNATI, .lan. ti. Kivnr railing.
Underwriters to-dry forbid all steamero
to leave landings. A couple of short linn
packets left. Ico forming In water rap-
dly. Weather clear and windy; ther
mometer 14 at dark.
Washinoton, Jan. 9. The. barometer
will ri.e in lower lake region and Canada
and over Middle and Eastern states with
southwoiterly to northwesterly winds,
cloudy weather and occasional snow and
low temperature in 'two former lectiom
Biid northeasterly winds with generally
clear and colder weather in two latter
sections. From Ohio and Missouri valleys
to Eastern, Uulf and South Atlantic states
northerly and 'northwesterly wlndi with
hikth pressures and generally clear
Heather, but on western gulf coast north
easterly winds with threatening weather.
In thu Northwest and thence ovor Upper
lakes and Southwest to Missouri
and Indiana northwesterly winds, low
temperature and generally clear and cold
Departed, Mary MIL
The weather Is clear
Corner Twenty-second street
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hand, and at the lowest mtrke
price. Aiito u goou arucie oi
OOW 3T 3D 33 3D
Verv chean. Leave order at IIALLIDAT
RROTIIKRS, or apply at the Will.
GREEN & GILBERT, '
OOUNSKLORS AT LAW,
William R Green. 1
William B Ullbarl, V
Mile F. Gilbert, j
s)V8misw atUalioa given to Admiralti sad
ofrioi onoLiTX,Booiii T ays orai
. CJTt tfAXMJUl SASaV '
TT 1 w .
siuwnru uunt, now iustico mpremo
court, qiialiflod to-day and took his seat on
Littlk Rock, Jan. 9. In tho senate to
day Clayton introduced a bill to submit
tho ponding Constitutional amendment
doing away with tho disfranchising article
on the constitution should it be adopted bv
a vote of tho people ten days after its pas
sage, Gov. Hadloy, retiring Governor.
and Gov. Baxter both delivered moisages
to a joint convention of the assembly to
day, The message of each was very con
iirvatlTta&d generally well rtcilvcd.
STOKES CONFIDENT OF A NEW
N ew Yokk, Jan. 0. The counsel for
Seokes nru still engnged proparing n bill
of exceptions. Stokes says the exceptions
will number twonty-eight, nnd tho bill
will bo presented at the general torm of
tho Icourt of oyor and terminer, on
Wednesday next. Ha has no doubt of a
St. Louis, Jan. 9. Flour unchangod
Wheat firm, No 3 spring $1 24; fall $1 05;
Corn unchanged, 3Gc Oats unchanged.
28c. Ryo nothing doing. Barley quiet,
No 2 spring Cc. Whiskey dull 91c.
Pork nothing doing, dry salt fair demand
for thu future loose; shoulders, up country
3c seller March; bacon nominal. Lard To
spot. Hogs steady $3 40$4.
Chicago, Jan. B. Flour in fair demand
Drin It held. Wheat firm and lalrly ac
tive; fur futures 1 11 j cash Jan; $1 23
February: 1 251 March; No 1 quiet and
nominal, $1 20. Corn more active, 30
30lo cash .lanuarv; 3i($3ic jrenruary;
SOlc May; 371c Juno. Oata quiet but
firm, 24lo cash January; 2Cilo February;
2Gc April; 29c bid of May. Rye quiet
but.firm, saleable Cbjc. Barley firmly held
in fair demand, 'CCJ(3iC7c cosh and June.
Provisions quiet but flrmlv hId. Pork
nominally SU Gb cash January; 12
March. Lard $7 1G January; $7 20 Feb
ruary; 7 40 March s r hams, quiet
creen hams strong, ofienngs light, Glc fo
18 pound average; CJc for 17 avorage; 7o
10 average; 7)c 15 average; 88tc lighter
.average; other green meats firmly held;
shoulders 3ift3i:; rib sides 441c, short
clear 5Jc, boxed strong; shoulders, short
rib and long clear and snort clear Cc
whiskey firm and more active
New York, Jan. 9. Flour quiet firm
Wheat dull a shade lower $1 C01 07; red
$1 80(3)1 85; amber $1 80 1 85. Corn
quiet but steady GGJc. Oais quiet but
steady 4752. Mess pork quiet firm $14.
L,rd steady iac. v blskey nominally
Cincinnati, Jan. 9. Flour and wheat
firm; other grains steady and unchanged.
Cotton 19c, and quiet. Whisky 89c and
toady. Pork $12 25 13 50 nnd quiet.
Bulk meats unchanged ; bacon firm and
quiet. Green meats firm and unchanged.
liogs slow to. no ceipts 13,'JGO.
Lard firm and unchanged.
Tho river has risen thirty feet and two
inches at this point.
Chicaoo, Jan. 9. Flour quiet. Wheat
steady, No 1 spring nominal; No 2 $1 21
spot; 123( February; No 3 1 071 7j.
Corn steady, No 2 mixed 30jo spot; 31Jc
Fobrunry. Oats fair demaiid and ad
vanced, No 2 29c. Rye scarce 67c. Bar
ley dull, No. 2 fall Gft!i7c. Provisions
quiet. Pork $11 00 11 05 spot orJanu
nry; $12 February Lard stoady at
$7 10 spot. Meats quiet, firm aud un
changed. Whlskoy good demand at 88Jc.
ST. Liouis, Jan. y. riour arm and un
changed. Wheat, spring firm and higher;
No 3 regular $1 12; No 2 soft $1 31; fall
firm and quiot; No 4 red $1 55; No 3
$1 90; Corn firm, offerings small; No 2
mixed 3OJ0J7C. Oati in demand and
highor, No 2 mixed 2718. Barloy
quiet and unchanged, Kye lower, No 2
73o. Pork quieo and firm; dry salt meat
firm but Irregular; shoulder. 44; cloar
rib Cc; clear sides G)c order lots; looso
shoulders, up country delivery, toiler
march, sold 3c, bacon dull and un
vhrnged. Lard firm, prime steam 7c; ket
tle, seller January, 7L Highwinci quiet
91c. Cattlu quiet fair and good
New Okleanr, Jan. 9. Flour $7 G'.'j
9; family $9 COfftlO 50. Corn in good
demand; lower G2G3c. Oats easier, 48c.
Bran dull and lower, $1 3ot ,15. Sugar
dull; Inferior 5JGJc; common CJ7q
fair to fully fair 7J8c; others un
changed. Cotton steady and quiet; sales
6,000; good ordinary 17J17J(v. low mid
dling 18i8c; middling Orleans 14J
14Jr; receipts 8,G25; exports Liverpool
0,673; Barcelona 600; coaitwiio .48; stock
101,003. Sterling 21 J; sight 1 discount.
No. 104 Commercial Avenue,
Krenrh. Scotch anil American eawlinerc.i
of all colojpi, und heaver aud broad cloths . ,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made tip In'ttie
And at the lowest price. A fine fit aud first
cla work guaranteed. Satisfaction lu cv
ry respect warranted.
dSMHISMIAIf A1V mWAMlWl.
VOllW AUJJ1JNQ ;aiio COMMISSION
MK H SJ II A H TO). '
DEALERS IN FIOUR;
An 1 Anu at
nio river ani kanawiia
Our Home ,Adyrtisjrf.
'72. FALL AND WINTER 73.
. JAMES ROSS,
OAVK GIRARDEAU AND ILLIflUiS
CommeroUl-v., Foot of Elorenth-Bt. .
Best quality of Lime and Cement al-
ways on hand, and for sale at the
vary lowest figures for cash.
DR. B. C. TABER,
Will resume the practice ol his profession
with especial reference to the eleetrica
treatment ot diseases In all the new and 1m-
n roved methods of anmlcation.
In all cases of female complaints a lady
win oe m attendance.
Office, 12S Commercial avenue, up stairs,
TIIHKK CHILDREN BURNED
THREE CHILDREN TJI7RNED TO DEATII,
PiiiDAiiEDi'iUA, Jan. 9, Last night
near Martin's station, throe children were
burned burned to death by tho explosion
of combination fluid. Mr, Carr was filling
ft lamp, which was not lighted, but tho
heat of tho room raised a vapor, which Ig
nited by tho stovo, from which tho lamp
was two yard distant.
WILLIAM K. SMITH, M. D
E8lDENCE-.No. si Tbirteeaib strati, b-
waiinioxinn avenue aai wainui sirMi.
uomnirrciti (venut, up sum.
70 Ohio 'Lkvkk,
N. n. TIIIATLBWOOD.
P. J. TUISTLEWOOU.
THISTLE WOOD J: CO.,
FLOUK, COllN, OATS, HAY, ETC
7ft Ohio Leve, CAIRO. 11X1.
x. i). UATnuas.,
i. o .Ullt
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
QEHIDEMCE ornrNinth and WslDOt its,
IXOftu; oisr Sixth atrMt and Ohio lave.
Cfflee hours from a .m. to 11 m,, t.od p.m
II. WARDNER, M. D.
I J ESI PENCK Corner MoeMeath street and
IV Washlnitton avenue, near court hnune. Of.
ncfOTer Arier'i Orocrry Htore, Office Hours from
10 . m. to 12 m. ind '-on X to 4 o. m.
' RIVER NEWS.
Hlae aid Full of tba Klvera.
Tot H hour, ending al 3 p.m. Jan. V, 1872,
Florence . -
Gorvcd, tllclaw high'wattr, JRiilng.
OlScral. THOMA9 L. WATSON,
Obicrver Siu. Scr. U.S. A.
Pittsbukq, Jan. 0. Weather clear,
with the mercury ut 19.' River continues,
to recede slowly, with scant T feet in the
ohunnol. A large amount of Ico Is run
ning In the Alloeheny this morning. No
departures. Carrie Brooki arrived, and
will lay up for repair.
Nivr Ouiiitt, Jan. Arrivtd, City
DR. R, PLUM,
Surgeon and Mechanical ,
DEIsT T 1ST!
Office, Commercial Avenue between Ninth
aud Tenth streets,
I would respectfully unnounce to tk Citi
zen of Cairo and surrounding CoTrntry,
that I havo opened an office for the practice
of my profcrwion at the above mentioned
place, where 1 hope to receive a shared! the
MATI1USS k UIIL,
COMMIB 8 I ON M.ERC HANTS
iAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
public patronage. All peroui wUlilrur tho
very uesr, uenuu work' suouiu mve me1
HOME TRADE !
J. C. HUELS,
Late of St. I.ouIh.
ROOK HINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Corner Twelfth street and Commercial Avo
IU.ANK HOOKS of every description done
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done at short notice.. Widen, SIuslc.
Magazines and TeriodlcalH hound neat and
at the lowest po'siMe rate.
County tvorlc, vucli an Keeordi, Dockets,
Fee Hooks. Wanks, etc., made a fpeclollty
lloxes, Pocket Hooks, Knvelopes, etc..
nude to order. 11-il tf.
UUUU I WOOD 1 1 WUUD 1 1
The uaderslgned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
bad any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order
on the slates at the Postofllce and at Uosn
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tcutu aud twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. 1
give good measure and will cord the wood
tip If desired.
aiuilO-tf DKNN1H II ALKY.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to E. B. llendrieas a Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
a Liberal AdTancemeiils made
s3o upon Consignments.
Are preparrd to reoeive. store and forward
froiiihta to nit points and buy anil
sell on oommlasioD,
SWIiu. Innn ailndixt to pnimptlr;
K. UAYKKM. K. J. AYKRB,
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ouio Lktke, Cairo, Ills.
aTJMtH! AtiKNTdl A(iEN'lisi
'ITie Union Shuttle Sewing Ma
chine for 187;) Is the Queen.
Makes tho Lock-stitch samo as the
Singer, and is all the machine needed for
family use. I am sending out Sample Ma
chines to Agents very low. Retail price,
Vv. 1. U. TV A I AO,
flen'l. Apt. for Rnnthern Ilia.
lleadquarciv, PulosVI, Pulaski Co., Ills.
, Mr.WutU Is reliable, and the Union Shut
tlo Machine Is Very popular here.
.... ' A.M.UiWW,P.M.,
i. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DKAUtlt IN
XBVTOOKY JKAVS, FZTStA,
LARGE STOCK OF CARKYTINQ
lia BSSlSira B)t4rtB
VKRY LOW VI0URX8.
OOKtTBB STB ST. A ITS OOUUBBOtAL-AT
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prrparsil to
supply cuitamer with th
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDKH3 left at Halliday llroi. offlce, 7
onto utVBB, or at the Coal Yard below tba
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tim "Moktaub" wfll bring coal
aloairjlde ta suaraers at airy hour.
OO TO ,
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDKRS' SUPPLY DEPOT
18 TXBTH iTBBBT,
Baara. SMak. BUlsvsU. BfaaMlsjfla,
Kave aaittera, (waad) wissstow svavsl Baar
Fraaaaa. wtwtmg, ajaSsa,
KkUsiIaa, Clanaa stasjk. aUawa
UcUta, saiaiesl TtsisMa ,
HsMSk Watgatsj, staak Palllaa sussl O
AND MILL FEED.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fob FAIRBANKS 8CALKB
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
JOHN D. PHLLIS & SON,
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cob. TBNTH-ST. AW) OHIO LBVX
rlt, eelai rasssisit, Plaatarlsi
rasar, Caraat TalS, WssiSa
sVasssI, UsibssB 4HI. Aaaartcsus Wtssstaw
niausa, BssajliaJs aatfrrasaaB
Plata elaaa, ratty, !aalara raassta
Bswsr PtBaa. Psttasst Cklssusajrai
Ktc, Bsa., BlSa.
A OENTd lor Roek Riiar Paper OoBtaaf'
A. HhMthni Fell and ttaoiU Omant
IT. W Johr? Improved Rootai alaays ea
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SUINGLRS, GJCDAR POSTS
D00R8, SASH, BLINDS.
Faraiabsd an sbortsat aettca.
Commeroial-ar, bet. 10th aasl llth-iU.,
OAIBO I LUX Oil.
HYLAND & SAUER, '
AMD DBALBBB lit
CliOICE FRESH MEATS
or JCVEUY DKSCIUI'TI,
Corner 10th street and Couiuierclal avenui
next door to tbe llylaud saloon.
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