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f frfe CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1873.
JjllN II. OlIKlll.Y, Bailor and Publisher
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One year by carrier II not p ilit In
advanco 12 00
Vno month, by mall 100
Fbrec months..... 3 00
folK month. f 26
. ; . ... in no
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It One Dollar per anuum, making It mo
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THE UOSTON FIBB CALAMITY.
INCIDENTS AND SCENES OP TER
JtOH li U KIN Q TUB CON-FLAURATION.
Boston (Feb. 2) Correspondence of tho
New Vork utlJ.J
Rarely on uuy pruviou occuion of tho
kind hat to thrilling un episode occurred
as that which "oaiurday rutullcd In to
dreadful a lots uf Ufa at the burning ot
tho Satuenot buildiui. nt 102 llanuver
street, in this city. Tho lueru details of
tho origin of tho flro and tho progress of
I tin u.inus aro or small timniuiit, uxcopi in
so lur us they ii r. i coiinucled wlin ihu
scone of aufferin,; and death which wuru
brought hImui by tLoir Hgonoy. Wlien
it whs known to tho hundreds who had
gathered to look on at tho flru
that tliuro Worn at least sixteen girls em
ployed la Mr. dtiniutiot's mattress muiiu
luclory, and when ocular evidence of this
fact was given to tho observers by tho
sight of tho ternflod girls ruthingto and
fro upon the roof of tho burning building,
as if urooarini: in tholr panic to throw
themselves into tho struct below, ono
would Imvo suppuiod that tho acno ol tho
nornbio bad boon rescued, um mis
scone, thrilling as it wa, was only tho be
trintiluf; of a serial of still moru painful
Fncidcnts, gradually incronsing in intensity
until tho climax was reached in tho fall
in 2 of the wall utid tho burying bonouth It
ol twenty-one devoted nna daring ure
Whilo nearly all tho inmates of tho
building, including the girls on tho roof,
had managed to cicapu, either by tho stair
wav luadliji: to tho uutruuee on Uanover
street, or by way of tho roofs of neighbor
ing nouses, ttiuru were atioisttnroo nt tno
unfortunate women whoso futo surren
dered thorn tonn uppalling death. Tbern
was tho vuuri! eirl. Alary Moure, who in
a moment of terror, urged on by tho flames
behind her, leaped I rum a lulrU-'lory win
dow, tnrougb tho volumes of black smoka
that unvuloped bur, and foil ii mangled
mass, first upon thu iron work of tho awn
ng Hiid thence to thn street bolow. For
unato was it for tho too eager multitude
that tho police, forming n cordon near tho
bu Iding, ki'pl bnck tho pressing til mug
who sought to crowd cloio up to lliu 11 ru
men. l)jt lor thi precaiitlnn nn the pari
of tho policy tho list of killrd and wounded
by tho calamity that shortly billowed
would liivo swt-llud probably to hundreds,
llvl at it wi,th remit might huvo been
Whon tho moment was reachnd that
witnessed tho fulling of tho roof and tho
wh tho scene wa agonizing to those who
were there to intra tho dreadful effect.
I whs not eiiouch that two women Miss
Mary lUtili nnd Mi Lizzie Hunks
should have tinr'ndied with tho fall of Ulu
former. They had failed to mike their
Ofnpo when tho otber did. Miss iiabh
was h woman advanced in yeurs, und whs
employed In tho lourtu tory When bid
den to. make haste in order to securo bnr
escape, with Unit fatuity and nttenlinn to
triviulties which freqiiuuUy nvirk tho con
duct of persons thus imperiled, sbo wnsted
precious momouts in running to another
riom to gut her bonnet and shawl. Hut
it was too Into. By the time that sho Is
suod Irom the room tho stairway wa
gone, or was a prey to tho flames, and
lhu, with her your g companion, Miss
Hi-aks, she porishud miserably.
Tho last und most heart rending inci
dent of tho cnUslr iphe was now l hand.
Darely had tho loot fallen in, whilo Ulu
crowd was jet cniilemplatin r tho etlecls,
boforu n shuddering sense of horror crept
over nil id tho consciousness that n whole
sale scene of death Was upon tho vergu ol
unfolding itself. Grouped upon thu long
ladder leaning aL'iilntt the walls of thu
buildliiL',uiid chiefly thoso of tho Uanover
street i Je, wcro a number of llremeli who,
with hue-pipo in bund, wuro playing up
on the llaino. S'lddenly, with the dung
echo of the falling roof, this Uve-hUiry
brick wnll was seen to wnver. Sumo men
tho most of those present averted their
gnZ'jj others looked down, n few mnro in
dltl'ercnt than the rrst to human suil'uring
or uiuro devoured by a hideous
sort of curiosity, looked, up and saw
tho vast nail slowly swaying outward.
No human agency could now suvo from
death or grievous wounds thoso cour
ageous men who were bulling tho flames
The wall with increased momentum boru
outward, carrying with it tho Uremen
freighted ladders. A shock and a thun
doting sound hs thu mats of brick and
mortar, of ladders and humanity, camo to
the uiotmd in u promiscuous heap, fol
lowed by a dome und -tifling cloud of dutt,
arising from tho pulverized mortar, told
the story of the Calamity. From that ruin
strong bands soon bore tho detd, dying,
and wounded three dead and eighteen
wounded, mid tho cliiuux ot tho tragedy
To-day's developments in this molan
choly disaHer aro that the bodies of two
of the victims of the flro haro.boon re
turned from the ruins. Theso aro Miss
Hunks and another girl, supposed to be
Ann McDonoub. The remains of MUs
Uabb have not as yet been recovered.
The dead, so far as is known, iro cnnflmd
to these three girls and to tho three fire
men killed by the falling of thu wall.
Tho wounded firemen all aro doing well
with tho exception of two, whose condition
it deemed precarious, Tbero aro still.
however, a number milting, and wboro
riutnes are unknown, from'amnng the fire,
men who vrero working ns substitutes
when tlo roof and wall fell in.
THE VIENNA EXPOSITION.
PUOOLAMATIOV BY GOV. BEVJJR.
Static or Illinois, -j
Executive Ditai si knt,
March 4, IbU J
"Whereas congress, by a Joint reiulmiuii,
approved Fubruury 14, nmdo provi.iou to
enable ihu people t thu United Stales to
participate In the advantages of thu Inter
national uxposltlun ot the produels of ml'
riculture, manuftctures and thu flim nri.,
to be held at. Vienna, Austria, coinuionc
ing May 1, 'B73, and terminating October
01, of the tainu year, and reijuetud tile
(governors of the several status to invite
the patriotic pooplo of their re.peoliv.i
states to assist in thu proper rupreseniutinn
tif the handiwork of our artisan and the
prolific resources of material wiallh
with which ourjal.d is lleted;
Now, therefore, 1, John L. Beveridife,
governor of tho stale of Illinois, In puru
uco of said resolution, do hereby invito
tho pnolpo of this stats to participate In
tho advantages or this International expo
sition, by furnishing for exhibition pro
ducts of our soil, mineral specimens, and
works or mechanism una art, anu x recom
mend to the peoplo of this state to ImproVa
this opportunity' to ithdy the develop
ment and wealth, the aril und clvlllz.
tlon of tho natives of tho Old World, and
by a propor representation of tho products
nfni.rlriiltiire. manufactures and fine arts
to show thorn tho riches of our soil, the
vastnes of our mineral resources, ana tho
r?marknhlo skill, energy nnd intolligonco
of our citizens.
All persons desiring to take part In this
exposition can rccelvo full Instruction by
.nnlilnit in tho- Hon. Tomas 11. Van
Huron, U S. commissioner, 51 Chambers
street, Now York; and to any clizen of
this state de.lring to represent nny in
dustry or art or Illinois at said exposition
will hn riven an honorary commission on
behalfoflho stato, on application to this
Qiven under my hand and
teal of the state of Illinois,
at Sprlncfleld. this 4th day
of March, in tho year of
SEAL. our Lord ono thousand
els lit hundred and seventy
three, and of tho indepen
denco of the United States
of America tho ninety
seventh, Joh.v L. Beveridqe.
Bv Ihn covernnr:
"Ueo. II. IUhlow, Secretary of Slato.
Neatness is tho first consideration
which makes a hand attractive No mai
ler Ifow long, bony, or larce joiuitst and
unshapely, H it is clean, and tho linger
nails properly cared for, a hand can never
A soft, warm, pliablo band has great
power and facinuilon. Thcro is a charac
ter In a lafi-e band, many times fur
greater than a tiny ono. A hand corres
ponding in tiiu to tho rest of the body, Is
much finer than the liltlu fat. dimpled
hands, so many are proud to possess, and
others envy the possession. It is equally
as nonsensical to squeeze the hands into
gloves a size too small, as to pinch the
ieet for tight bouts
A small nose is considered insignificant
whilo a Urge one is said to indicate no
bility of character. Why not tho same
with hands and feet? If, with changes of
time, tho idea should prevail that small
notes only were tine, wuuo largo ones
were tomothtng to bide, and of which to
bo ashamed, would not tho vanity of hu
manity attempt lo reduce tho proportion
of that member by lacing, or inserting in
a clojo net? It would be equally as sen
sible at stopping tho circulation of Ibo
blood in the other portions of the body,
A white, 3oxlbl hand it desirable, but
not at tho sacrifice of duty. Many a
hard, rough hand has done enough good
in thn world to look beautiful In tho eyes
nf tho appreciative. Oirlt who shirk nil
thn houso work, making drulu'es of their
mothers rather than soil their dainty,
whito hands, need not expect to be loved
by those who know it. Tbo callous
places and other tignt of labor would be
far more to their crodit.
The best hand in thn world it.an honest
hand, he it hard or ho ft, whito or brown,
smooth or much, angular or shapely, an
nnnest palm mat takes the hand or a
friend with n w-ti m, haarty'grasp, as i f
nothing in the heart t conceal, only
warmth and kindness towordt all.. Thi.
is the bet and most beautiful hand In
ennmttrtiwn ai umwahisimw.
fOUWARUINO and COMMISSION
MKHVJI A MTU.
DEALERS IN FJOUR;
And A )(.ni of
into RIVER ANL- KANaWIU
THE DEVIL IN THE HOUSE.
Ueo. Ulckenlooper. Washington cor
ropondeul ot the 'Albiu Uuiun,' lellt the
A hingular story is now afloat in regard
to tho houio on Laffayttlu tquaro in thin
city, which wus occupied by lion. Win
U. rjowtird while secretary of stato. Tho
houso was orected by Commodore ling
ers, and if was reported that it was built
by prize money. It is said that Como-
doro lingers died in the raad-houso. The
houso seemt to be doomed. The next oc
cupant was Hun John U. Spencer whilo
secretury of war, and who, whilo living in
it, recoived the horrible iutolliironco ot the
murder of his son on boar! the Somer.
It was afterward converted into a club
houee, and Phillip Itnrton Key was a
member of thu club. Key used vho upper
nury oi wus uouso as it signal station to
noiuy airs, sickois when Ho wished lo
have nn interviow with hor, and when he
was shot ny Sickcls ho died in ono of tho
lower rooms. Afterwards the houso was
occupied at a residence by secretary Sow-
nru, anu u was no re mat t'ayr.e attempted
tho famous assassination tho samu night
Unit President Lincoln wus assassinated
at Ford s theatre.
Fannlo Seward placed herself before
llio assassin, nnd received such a shock
that tho died from tbo efl'ect.
Secretary Belknap tubtcaucnltv occu
pled tho house us a residence, and while
thero his wife died. Tt is said that these
are Imt n few of iho mnro prominent ill
omened events which havo taken place in
connection with tho house.
l.iko Ford's theatre the building is nnw
in thn pn.sesslnn of the governiont, and it
Is reported that strange sounds are hoard,
doors open and close without any visible
-genry, and many other my t tenons phc.
nomena occur. The hoii.e stands about a
half a sqiiurn from the spot whore Key
wa snni ov oickpis.
is it uoe is .
'72. FALL AND WINTER 73
8 T It I P K S,
KENTUCKY JEAHI, rXTBA,
LARGE STOCK OP OARKTTINO
OIL O LOTUS,
Hit r.a tire Sitock
VERY LOW FIOURES.
COBS EE 8TH IT. AMD OOWMEEGIAL-AV.,
70 Ohio Lkvkr,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to E. D. tlenilriois k Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
bS Llbersl AitTsncemsuis mode mSSt
IpiS upon Cnnslcomenta. OmW
Are prprd to Trent, .tors and forward
TrtlKhtt to all points and bujr and
sell nn comml.sino,
,V,I)nlns aitnded to prnmptlr;
S. P.Aykks. K. J. Aye r.s
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Onto Levek, Cairo, Ills.
U. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DEALER 12
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO. - - . ILLINOIS
JOHN B. PI1LLIS Si SON,
(Successors to John B. Philhs.)
DEALERS IN IIAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
Con. TENTB-ST. and OHIO LEVI
G. M. ALDEN,
Lato of Thomas & Aldcn,
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY, Ac
No, 135 Ouio Levee, Caiiio.
t3TCash advances on Goods on sight.
llRPKnKKPKA CltV N'flt Intl'il IItiiU- nl
Cairo,- Fint Nuttonal Bank or Chicago.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fob FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CADIO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD UITTEN HOUSE & BHO.
oi) oral CommUsion Merchants
183 nnio LKVKR.
1. V. MATUU8B..
E. O .UIII
AND OrNEKAL -
Commissi on Merc hantp
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
Our Homo Advortisoi a.
FIL LEY'S FAMOUS
AUK MADi: SOLELY BY TUB
EXCELSIOR MANP'G COMPANY
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Aro doing more and
Charter BETTER COOKING
tnl ki'r mid Clirnper
than any Store cfssmccust.
n . Low-Priced, Reliable,
Villi AND OPEHATK PERFECTLY
Will do your
Charter COOIvhNG CIlEAr
VIM QUICK A.S l vi.r.xs.
Charter ALWsWS JAR.UKIED,
Oak sold' dy
2.11.1tn. CAIRO, ILLINOli
llt.HDittA.'VT Til KKPH
ROYAL M lit. KTEIEIt!4.
CAKIITINU Tilt'. IIHITISII mAII.H
Steam Semi-Weekly lietween
NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL
IMtcii!?erH honked to London. fllaROv,
Lnnilnnderry. Cnrilltl. IlriMnl, nnd France,
(terinany, uvilen. Noiway nnd lipiunnrti
And From the nliove nuinf'il place to mII thn
principal lialhviiy tatlnns In the United
.States on Through tickets.
An Cxierliirpl Surgp"ii In Atlnclinl
lo rnch M. nmr.
The attention nfp(p.nn wMilntr to fend
to the Old Country Tor lliolr irlrmK iscalled
to the fc'reat f.icllltles ntrereil liy till- cele
hrated Line of Ueran Sieaiii'hip, whli h ha
heen in MiiTC--rul operutlmi slnto lSil, and
iiiiiuIhth In It fleet Mime oi tho largcat, ns
well iii the tartest cteamcrs ufloat.
r.c. nuoww en'i n'ni ar'i,
60 S. Market St., Chlcag .
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
LOCAL AUK.M.S, CAIIIO.
Llifrpool KewToik and Pbtlsdrlphlt
CXDta COMSACT WITfl CNITIO ITATKfl 1HD SBtTlfl
Kur Crrjme too Mulls
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oi tviTnia iNrotitiTin
APPLY. TO JOUN O. DALE, Acn
16 rrodwf , New.York, or to
II. II o apt,
VThlnvton ATnti fltiro. Illinois.
FOK SALE, Krsj. t FOR 8ALl!
SOU SALE. J ForhKlf 1 FOK SALE
Fare from Livkbpool,
Fnro from Lopdcndkriiy
Fre from Glasoow,
Fare from Qdkknbtowh
TO 0AIHO, ;:::::: 48 0
aBTorJ, Monl Catulce Agentt.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Willlsm II, (iroon, ")
Willi-m 11 Ollhert, V CAIftO, ILI.tNOIH,
Miles F.Oilkert, j
tJWHpwi. Mtanlmn g;len to AJinlmUr sno
itrnoit oiuolkvkc, noriMR T ANP Sovrx
fllTT HATIOWAI. 1UVK.
David T. Linegtr. John. M. I niitlen.
LINEOAR Si LANSDEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Ollleo on Snventh street, Wlntcr'H hlook
old office if Llni'Kar, Miinn & I'opu. 2-'il.tii
Ont T.nvaw Patko, Tit
VM. GLENN & SON'S
HEAD QUARTERS FOR GROCERIES
f'OFFEE. Rio, Luguayra, Java, Mocha,
Slid A R, N, O., Hard & Soft Refined,
SYRUPS. Wew Orleant and Eastern.
WE. MAKE SPECIALITIES OV
A XT 3D CIOAES.
70 i 7t Vint SI. CIXC1SWA Tl
Railroad Advortino mnntn.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
IOfl Mllra Iks Nlsortetit Hossle
KlRiitjr Mile the Hhor(t Route
TO ST. LOTJIS
HO CHANGE Oh' CIA US
KKOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OARS
OM CAIRO TO
Clnclnnsti, L.tlanspolls, Toledo,
Detroit, Clerelxnil, Nlngsrs Pall,
iillalo, 1'in.i.ms;. W.hlnton.
Ilalllmnre, l'hlla-lellna, New York,
Uoston ami all points at.
Mllwaukle, JanesTlll. . Hatlaon,
LaCrosso, 8t. Paul and alt points north.
Ihia lo also the only direct ruilo to
Ilpatur, lllnomlngtoD, lpfinKld,
I'-orla, Oulncf, Keokiik,
ltnrlintnn, lWk Island, jl Hall.
Mn.oia, IMion, Prroport,
(Jslma, Dnbnqiii., "loin Mj.
Omaha and all points northwest,
Eloqant Drawing Room Sloopinir Ca"
On all Nlht Traint.
Dsfgage Checked loall Important points.
For tickets and information, apply to I. C, It H
Ispnt t airoi on hoard tn Iriosit ateamr tie
Colnmbca and Cairo, ami at the prlnclp.
rallroa tii-krt nfllpa throiichnat the tenth.
W. P..IOIIN N. Gn'lW Ae't, Chloaio
A. MircHitt, Gm"l eun'i. rhleago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND I L LI NO It"
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 34th, 187V
trains will run as follows :
tillM o-illio soctatttr.
Loire Vln Inia .40 a. m l.u u.m,
tprlnK(lld 9.0 " ...,r. S:i
, Tajlorrlllp t& ' ft a
Arrire at Pans. n 11.13 6.11
Tinas ooiso anstnwi.t.
IAte Tsna .. 4.1" a. m J 3A a. m
" Talornll- tin " 4 6 "
Arrlte ai fpr Kflld...a.l " . aw "
.rrnif Hpr.nrfild. .8 " 9 in
Arritrnt VliKinia 8.6 " ............. IS '
tsaius ontso farrntisr,
I-ata E.IkwooJ .S.aa a. m. ..........tn.in p.
' Flora 8 6 ' .ll.4n
rrli- al HliawiMt .31 A 1&
n sin cauhs NraKCT,
OA KM I, - ILLINOIS.
Oond stahllns connected with Iho liottic,
and stiiiplo room for commercial trawlers.
Free omnibus to and Irom all trains.
2-0 Cmd. J. 11. DA M HON, Proprietor.
On Commcrci-il avenue, hetween Twcllt
and Thirteenth streets.
GUESTS WILL FIND OOOD ROOMS AND
THE VERY nST OP nEDJ
A T THIS HOUSE:"
Transient Patronage Solicited.
t Mils. Ellkm McCAmilY, l'ropr.
CEO, P. rii;. Proprietor.
trains ' ' a,m
TERMS TWO DOLLARS PER DAY.
Ohio Lcvcc, corner of Sixtli street,
2-1 tf. CAIRO, ILLS
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Northeast Corner Puhlic Square,
VI F.N N A, ILLINOIS.
Thtfa lioilen ItflU r.nAnllv l.nnli .ah.Im.I
. .... .. ... -w ..w.l.l IILVU ivmiii:ii Kill
Inriilnhed newly throughout. It is convcnl
cut to the hindueiM lioui-es and the court-
iiouse. 1,0011 hampie rooms.
WIN FA AND t.litOHKM.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Alio, keep constantly on hand a most com
Plato stook of
BOOT0H AND IBIaH WHISKIES
Hort, Madoria, Sherry and Catawba W ln
RdMYTII A CO. nell eiduslrHy for caah.K
. which fact thY IntiSK the spelal atln
ion il do. tmraain tniTrii.
F. M. STOUKFLHTH,
scccssaoa roms asiooariiTSi
Krciirjrer unit Whltwtl. !! I.
ForrlKO nnd ltrarllr
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 62 Omo Lever,
ITRkvapaon hand eonstaotlf full atoeki
Lldld Kaotucky Hourhon, Hje and aloaoul.
iela Whlsklea, French ilrandlKs, ! i ,
tif and (lalltnrnla Wlnoa
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WINFS AND LIQUORS
Coramcrnlal Ave., Cor. llth St.
Always on hind a supply of Scotch Ale,
London I'orter, llromen Beer, Chartreuse,
Amlrcti, Miirnsccliio iind Iter nessy iirandy.
Ale, Porter and 'jl i.i I -ilf to he found on
AU Al A.N U V ACTOET
For Sato at Wholesale or Retail.
COUNIB 320-HTRXKT AMD OHIO LVI
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOARA, N. Y.,
" - 11,438,31a
OkRMANIA, n. Y.,
- I.OM.7I1 Tt
A "'" " ....tm an on
HEPU1II.IO, N, Y,
Comprising the Underwriters' At,ni'r,
FIREMEN'S FUND, S. P.,
BICCHITY, U. Y. MARINE,
HtorM. Dwallln;. Purnller. Hull and Car
, In-ura I nt raVea aa fas orahle a sound, ft
manrnl arctirltr will w rrant.
I rii.-ifiillr k of the eltlsnof Ca
anatrof thtir patronaae.
K. W. II H41II KM.
W. II. Moms, II. II. Caadtt
Notarj Public. No. Pub. and It. tt. Com
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOOK
X 2iT BUTR. J 2T a -S3.
OKTU AMERICA. PA.,
A"el,..... .tI,7M,000 OH
siets ......j,M4,tlo It
,MM l,7(l.lt f
INTKRJIATIOSAL, u. Y
rUTrAM, II AI(TKi)Rl),
tssaU tMJ.tTS t
Usais........ ......iimi ij
AMERICAN CENTKAL, MO..
.... 600,0OU l
CO.N.NECTJCCT MUTUAL. LIFE.
TRAVELERS, llARTFORu. LIFE AND
-..11,600 OOU V
HAIL ATA t PAHdKNOEOS AURANCI
vts..,, M JiOO.COO 00
SAFFORD, MORRIS A CANDEE,
71 Ohla l4,M,
TEUTOxVIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Cent'l. Office, 172 WasuinotonSt.
This German Life Insurance Comnanv
guarantees not only Paid-up Policies hut
al.o a Value lu Cash on tho Non-forfclturo
IOHN A. UUCK, .
JOHN W. PHIIKSS,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Life Insurance
and Mck Relief hy weekly dues and mutual
. uu" oojecwoi puniic liencnt.
1 'ie t;.1'8 'nwuce I'ollcica will he Issued
by tbo leutonla Llfo Insurance Company,
H. MEYERS, President.
JOUN W. PRUESS, Ao'T.
K-MIt rri'HlrHail wlrtnlt.
HCAE, EMTATK AENCt.
C. WINSTON Si CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SECOND FL00B) OHIO LEY EE,
Bur and Sill Rial Ehtati,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLh
And pne-sr ConTeranoa. ofHla.i:
John Q. Ilancan. chas. Thninp
JOHN Q. II ARM AN Si CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
NorttiCor.eta nt, anu 4liloLevea.
Ahstrnctt of THU, Convevanclnirmsilo a
apMa Ity. Real Kstate huKf.t and sold,
OT Taxes I'ald, rU
NEW YORK STOxtH,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LABOEtT YARIETT ITOOK IN Til CITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corsieror Nlsssttsilli atrMl Cmt
0. 0. PATIEB,
Our Homo AdvortisoM.
SELLING OFF AT COST
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Formerly Hwandcr, Intending to remove
lo Kentucky, desires to dlsposo or her lariro
and elegant stock of 8
:m: i l L i it ei :r,
Imtnedlatcly. In order to fnelllllato the aala
to ollVrUm ' ' Jckk0" ,,a" determined
KNTIRK 8TOCK AT COST
An.I Invites tho Indies of Cairo and vie' tv
&ckXiby dMlrB Boad hartn,3:
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
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LATEST FALL AND WINTER fiTTLBS
Hssmsa a lull ho- or
BOUTITETB fx, HATS
ITrimmM and untnmmed,)
,'hfNOll FLUWF.RH, RIIIIKiNiS, TRIMMINOl
of all kind, Laoea, to am,
!A?!rf' nV Ur a.ortmnt o
'anoj Atllqlra, such aa
MECK Tl.l. 0"LLA".. UNDEnHLEKVES.
ri:ff,maiibi, fanh. '
And all oihrr arnelra u.ually found in a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINKIIY STORE
Stra. McOee, In addition to her Htock ot
rmplete assortment or Cincinnati Custom
ft lla I aillahV I S 1 1 ii i a .....
. .. " J M'ea anoea anu dill-
ana Itoota, Hlack and in Color.. Tlico
e acknowledged to ho tho Unest and hot
n the mirkct, and this la the only
thn city that mikes thani a specialty
B1LLLI AltD HALL
UAKRY WALKER Prop'r.
Thlt house It nawly nttad up with two
And two Una
JENNY LIND TABLES
Tho saloon is stocked with the he
are compounded In the most approved style
lrCnme and see for ynuraelf. JFJ
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J. C. 1IUELS,
Late of St. Louis.
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Corner Twelfth street and Commercial Ave
HLANIC UOOKSofcvfry description done
with neatness nnd dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done at short notice. Ulhlcs, Music.
Magazines nt'd Periodicals bound neat and
at the lowest no-slhlu rates.
County work, such as Hecords, Dockets,
Fee Hooks, liliinkn. etc., madou ipcclallty
lloxes, Pocket Rooks, Kuvclopes, etc.,
made to i"'.r 11-84 If.
NO. 104 COUUERCIAL AVENOE,
French, Scotch and American casslmeia
of all colors, and beaver and broad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
Aad made up in the
And at the lowett price, A line Utaiid first
class work fc-uarsnteed. Satltlactlo in all re