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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1873
PaMleatloa eace, nallctlM Building
W ton Avan.
LOCAL WEATHER nEPOUT.
U. S. Sio. sn., onsKnvxn'a omen,
Cairo, March 20, 1873, 10:11 p.m.
Thermometer 3 ( degree.
Wlndeaat, velocity 4 miles jicr hour,
Maximum tcmpcraturo lat 21 hour, at
ZP'?'1 3 UCgTCCS.
aummum temperature, lt 21 bout, at
n a m., 10 degrcci.
Prevailing wind la 24 hours-, northwest
AOtat number of miles wind travelled, la
nour, ;i4 5.
David W. H.tns-nTT, Observer,
ANNO IWCEM L'N'iV.
tt c aro authorked to announce Dr. Wll
llara It. fimlth as a candidate for mayor
the ensuing municipal election.
Wc aro authorized to announce Mr.. Tallica
.S. Swaync a a candidate for mayor at the'
approaching municipal election.
ron riT tiii? ium,vt
Wc aro authorized to announce' Mr. .latiici
A. rfiiiii a candidate for the ofllco of city
wewuriir, ai uic ensuing municipal election
ir. ... .
n o aro auuiorizcino announce that Hoh't
a. unningiiam will ho a candidate fur n,
election to the olflce of city treasurer, at the
.imuiig municipal election,
ron citv cleiik.
tt c aro authorized to announce .Michael
J. Howlcy as a candidate lor rc-elcctloti for
the office of city clerk, at the ensuing mu
ron roi.icK MAciisTnATn.
it e aro autuorizcd to announce. Mr. James
Ilyan n candidate for the ofllco of police
magltlrats at the cii'iilng municipal dec-
Wc are authorized to announce William
I. Pitcher as a candidate for the ofllco ol
police magistrate, at the enulng municipal
We aro authorized to annouueo the name
of Chas. O. Patter as a candidate for alder
man Iron the Fourth th ward, at the cn-u-Ing
Uy authority wc announce that M. J. Ml
Oauley will ho a candidate for alderman
from the Fourth ward at the approaching
There Is not a gambling house in Cairo.
Col. Taylor his returned from New York.
Mayor Lansden has left the city on biud-new.
Fifty thousand envelopes Ju,t received at
the Bclletin ofllco. t(
The public tchool examinations will occur
liu'incs In the police courts Is dull. There
was nothing done yesterday.
Tbechain-gangdld good service vctcrdy
lu cleaning the street cro-sln-.
Mr. E. A. Burnett has .been chosen tec re"
tary ol the Chamber ol Commerce.
The weather ycktcrday turned warmer In
the afternoon, and the tun came out bright .
Wash Hughes ol the Fanning! on Mo..
-etvEra,' called at Tub Hh.i.ktix ofllcc
Scott '.offer 50 rcwaT.ffbr information
that will lead to the arrest ol the parties who
Don't fall to attend the Presbyterian so
ciable at the residence of Mr. N. Linton, on
Tenth street, to-night,
Another candidate for police magMrate
There are only eight Iliehniond- in the Held
now, and all confident of clectiou.
11 u "ported that the lim poui clerk on
the steamer Illinois is soon to bo married to
an accomplished young lady of thLs city.
President Newell, Vice 1'resldent Hop
kins and General Superintendent Mltchcl
of tho Illinois Central railroad, were on"
'Change j cMcrday.
Remember the Presbyterian' sociable at
Mr. N. Linton', on Tenth Mrcct, to-night-A
plcasant'tlmc is expectee!, and it is hoi eJ
there will bca large attendance.
A down-town vegetable dealer, and a but
cher who does business In the same locality,
quarrelled last night. Tho butcher eamo
out ahead by about tlx length.
Announcements of candidate font to this
ofhee lor publication In the Hullctix must
be uccompanlcd by tho requisite foe : For
flcctive ofliccs, 8,; and .for aldermen, S3.
This rule Is imperative.
The '.Sun' says the Hibernian Fire com
pany will soon give a ball That's a mis
take, neighbor. The lllbcruliiu glvo but
one-an annual ball, In each year, and that
was held several months ago.
Within the past week a great many pun.
persuavo made application to Judge llron
to be sent to the hospital. Nearly all Mich
persons come Here from other states and
nave no claim upon our authorities,
Ilium A: Amson are fitting up a t toro at No'
is- vximincrclal avenue, ono door above l.'l
llott & HaythornV. into which tlmv win m'
moTe their very large of stock of dry goods
uiiuih mc ciu oi .April. 3-2T-3t.
ti i tf, . .. . .
en iiruijuu n mo. name or the young
man killed at Pulaski several days ago. Ho
was a son of Mr. Phillip Temple, who was
for many years proprietor of tho hack Hue
running between Carijondalo and Murphy
Passenger train No. a, duo at 1 o'clock p
m-, did not arrive till a late hour last nluht
When some distance this side ofl'ulaskl, the
cngino gate out, and tho train was brought
to town by tho first southward bound
An attempt was made to rob the Uoro of
.sxc&Krs. juration & itird on Tuesday morn
lng. Threo panes of glass were broken, and
the thieves about to enter the Uoro, when
one of tho clerks connected with the house
came down stairs and lrlghlencd them away.
Matthew Mocklir, cousin or P. Mocklet,
died at the resldenco of the latter yesterday
afternoon at about 6 o'clock. The funeral
will take place this afternoon, by special
train, Irom the foot ot Eighth street, at 1
o'clock. Friends ol tho lumlly arc invited to
Tuo work of filling Ju aud leveling the
Cairo and Vlnceiincsiallroad track on Com
serclal avonuc, Is being pushed forward as
rapidly a the weather will permit. Hliouiu
th weatlior remain pleasant for the next
week or toil days, new crossing will he put
down on all streets between Fourth and
F. M. Ward Is now prepared to delltcrthc
best of sawed and spilt hickory wood to any
part of the city. Also all kltidof wood nnd
coal nlways on hand, !S-23 tf.
. -Mr. Elliott, of tho firm of "Elliott and
Haytborn, owing to pressure ol business Is
compelled to decline the ofllco of mayor of
Cairo, but tho Jinn express a wllllngnes and
desire to support SnfTotd, Swain, Smith nnd
as many other candidates for that or any
other ofllcc; nnd further, would be happy
to supply them and their constituents, men,
women and children with all thejboots, shoes
and hats rco,ui-lto to mako a successful
The brick store, (2.'.xl00) 111 Commercial
avenue. Apply to Dr. Wardncr. S-O-lin
The stock and ti.turc or my news stand.
Call and sec. 11. Loi'MX.
Fourllght, airy and couimodioui business
oiHccm. Enquire at P. Cnhl's new building,
No. Nl Ohio levee. 2-2Mr
ftarden ecd1 of nil kinds kciit in bulk
and sold by the pint, quatt, peck or bushel,
at T. W. CarricoV grocery, U0 Wnhliigton
avenue. ' ;i-2.'-lw
A light rcil COW-
ile, Mralght horns,
medium ilc, thlu In tlcsh. 1 will give $i
reward fur Information that will lacd to her
rceotcry. JoilX H. JoNK-l,
a-27-.'Jt A'o. M Ohio Lot te.
I oifer for salo my cntlro livery stable
borsc, buggies and harness cheap tnrcah.
Salo will be clocd by the 20th lnt.
y-fitr. MlI.ES W. I'AIIKKI!
Will bo told to the highest bidder, on the
lirtt day of April next, the house and lot on
the corner of Tenth and Walnut streets.
FIFTY DOLLARS HEWAIil).
J will pay $o0 reward lor Infounatlon that
will lead to the detection and conviction of
the persons who set lire to or caused the
burning of my houo on the morning ol the
W.m. T. Scott.
I'tnt eJiuin. lot It. block 17. 1st addition, on
wcnty-tlrst street, n nao cottage rtiidtnct
In splendid condition ; hall and three rooms
and kitchen, good cistern, stables nnd out
houses. Apply to J, o; IIailmox ,t Co..
Iteal Estate Agents.
March 20, 1S73. .T-20-2W
HEAL ESTATE FOIt SALE.
I will sell lot numbered 12 In block -10. first
addition, fronting on Twentieth street. Mv
house now standlngon sildlot will be moved,
leaving a ood brick cellar, cistern and out
houses. For particulars enquire at my shop
on Twentieth street. W.m. Ettr.Kns.
HOTEL FOK KENT.
The undersigned offers to rent the Iliscy
house, situated scar Grcenilcld landing,
Missouri, and at the terminus ot the C. F
railroad. Favorable terms will be offered to'
good tenant. For particulars apply to 1J.
r. Field. Field's Mable, Cairo, or on tho
premises to J. II. GKKnxnr.u.
Mr. Auna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial aud Washington avenues, has
Just opened out a stock of new and fashion
able millinery goods. Sho has one hundred
and fifty different stylcsof hats and bonnets,
beside a large assortment ol ribbons flow
ers and notions of all sort", nil of which will
he 'old at the lowct prices.
Meters. Schlcht & L'lrlch on the corner ol
Eighth street and Commercial avenue, have
established a cleaning and dyeing establish
ment in which nil cleaning and coloring arc
done by steam. Silks, velvets, woolens, etc.,
will bo cleaned and colored to look Ukc new;
faded and damaged goods will bo restored
to their original beauty; plaid goods dyed,
plaid retaining all their colon-; kid gloves,
plumes, etc., cleaned and dyed any color.
The ladles and gentlemen of Cairo aro re
quested to call and examine specimens of
SCIENTIFIC LKOTUUES OF Dlt.
Dr. 11. C. Tabcrtvlll commence a scile of
lectures at the Athcncum, In this city, on
Saturday ami Sunday evenings, March 29
and.'W, on "The True Philosophy of Life,
continuing them from tlmo to time, :i- cli
omittances will permit, ol which due notice
will be git en. The subject for the first Ivo
turo will bo "God, the Creator." That of
tho second will bu '-The LanguagoVir Thing,
or the Science of Correspondences." This
little-understood subject Is one of the most
profound Interest at tho present time,
amidst the confusion of conflicting ideas, as
It gives tho key by which wo can unfold the
language In which tho bible was and how It
must be Interpreted, at the same time throw
Ing much light on the mythology and history
of the past, and tho so-called Idolatrous roll;
Ion of the present. The subjects of these
lectures will be of the most nttractlto inter.
est, in consequence of tho new truths un
folded, many ol thrin mo.tly conilned to
physical science, but showing the eternal
bannonv between science and religion, at
well as the eminently practical character of
nil genuine knowledge. They will be pre
pared with great care, to plcnsc as well In
struct, ntoldlngall close sclentlllc technical
ities and rcfcrcnco to unfauilllarlanguagcs
Tickets to each lecture fifty cents, admitting
gentleman nnd lady, can be had tit SchuhV,
JtannonV, llockwell's, lSrMoI .V Slllwcll
and ut the door. Doors open at 71 o'clock,
commencing precisely nt t o clock.
li E A IT T I F U L.
During the proper season for them wc shall
keep (or sale a largo variety ol pretty, healthy
and desirable houso and garden plants and
roses In pots, bulbs, shrubs, evergreens nnd
hanging baskets, which w e Intend to oiler nt
low prices, that everybody may have (lowers
and foliage to beautify their homes. Our
monthly roses will be unsurpassed by any
roes In tho city. Wo shall bu rcccitlng
fresh supplies occasionally, and should our
patrons wish anything obtainable ol ilorlsts
we would gladly laku their orders nnd till
them, (To any one nt a distance seeing this
advcitlciiient ami writing their desires, wo
can ship plant lately.)
At JIKIHTOL & STILWKLIS,
No. : Eighth street. Come and
J? h O W E It S.
A PAINFUL DEATH.
Somo teu days ago n German named Char-
iio.jjradcnliagcii, in the cni'iloy ol tho SI.
Charles hotel, struck hlsoot against a nail,
Inflicting a slight wound which gave him no
particular trouble nnd was forgotten, Three
days ago his face swelled Up and pained him
very much, nnd Ittvas thought thalhowa'
taking the measles, Tuesday morning, how.
ever, he was attacked with lock-jaw and
died In n fotv hours in tho greatest nironr.
In searching for a caue of tho disease, It
was concluded tint it mut have como from
tho nail wound, trivial though It seemed nt
llrst. Ills remains wcro forwarded to llhie
island, where his parents reside.
CHAMBER OK COMMKltCJS.
Tho nttendance at the Chamber of Com
mcrce yesterday lorcnoon was lareo. and
the meeting was full of interest to every one
At the close ol the sales the president was
requested to appoint n committee to confer
with the chief signal officer nt this station.
The committee will bo announced thh
Mr. E. A. Iturnclt was Installed as sccrc
Ainoiij tuo visitor present tvero John
.Newell, president IC railroad; A Mitchell,
general superintendent 1 C railroad; II I
Hopkins, tlco president I C railroad; J 11
Otley, of Illoomlngton; MaJ John Lee, su
pcruitendeiit C and V railroad; E lliicklng-
ham, Chicago; Thos Whitney, paymaster O
and railroad; -Mr Drury, or Howard .V Co,
ino following comprises the sales: Two
oars white corn in sacks del lc; 1 car white
corn in bulk 13c; ft cars mixed corn S nnd D
on p t; i00 sacks mi.vcd corn del on p t; 159
bbls com meal $2 10; 1 car mixed oatsMJc;
I car mixed oats 31c; 2S8 sacks mixed oats
del 33c; 100 bbN flour i0; 50 bid flour
$0 75; 25 bbU P II potatoes $2 25.
l'MiST hToob FOlfsIroilES.
t Kilt i IHJnVEEN -M KM HI. ItS OF THE
HUM (CUI.UKI.D) HAFTIST
The feud that has so long existed anion
the members ol the First Missionary llantist
cnurcii, (colored) over which the Itev
Thoina J. Shores presides, culminated vo.
terday in a bloody light between the trustees
chosen by thcShorcs.-factlon and one oi tho
opponent-, or, as Mr. Shores terms them,
The cause of the collision vestcrday was
this: Night before last, In order to get pos.
c-ionoitlie church, the opponents of Mr,
snores went to the church, and gaining
ndmlt'Ion through one of the windows, took
tne old lock off from tho door nnd replaced
It by n new one. Yesterday morning whe h
Mr. Shores st ent to the church he found that
the "sesctl. had ''stolen a inarch" on him,
and "lett him out in the cold." Shortly alter
-Mr. Miores trustees came upon tho '-round.
and when they learned what had been done,
grew ratn, nnd vowed vengeance upon
tho heads of the perpetrators of the dastardly
uccu. flic news of tthat had hap
pened, and tlic belief that a
general wool-pulling, eye-bungiug and
nasal-mashing row was imminent, at
tracted a largo number of colored people to
the ticluityol the church, and bvtcn o'clock
a crowd of not less than three hundred had
come together. There was present In laruc
numbers friends of both faction.. Ttmv
wcro all more or less excited, and to start
the ball rolling it was onlv neccs san- for the
leaders to give the word.
Several colored women, adherents of Mr.
Shores, declared that "dat door have got to
come open," and suiting tho action to the
word, went for the door nnd It did come
open, the new lock being too weak to resist
the force applied to break It.
When the door tvai opened .Mr.
Shores ami his friends entered tho house,
when n consultation was held, and a defer.
mlnatloii to hold It against nnv nnd all
comers not In sympathy with them was
About this time, Mr. Alex. liooth, a col
ored man, and a member ol tho board of
trustees elected by the opponents ol .Mr.
Shore, arrived at the church and attempted
to cuter the house. When he reached the
step-, and was about to pass through tlm
loor, he wn. met by three or four men from
the Inside of the building, who forbid him to
como any lurther. Hooth was not a man to
be "choked nlf" so easily, and relying
on his ability to "git away" with
his opponents, was about to pass in
when ono of the men, by n quick reach, sue
cccdcd In snatching Ilooth's rctolver, which
he carried in tho Inside pocket of his vest.
Jhls was tho signal, and the light com
menccd. Uooth was knocked down,
oiuiidcu over tne bead with his own revol
ver, kicked, culled, and Used up generally
curing mo tlmo the fight was going on. it I
said Mr. Shores stood In the door and urged
his "deacons to go In," and, "if they would
light, to light with n determination to como
out llrst bpst," Hut for the truth ol this
statement wo will not vouch, for Mr. Shores
sh s under oath that he did not use any such
liooth was badly cut about tho head and
race, but received no other Injuries wortli
mentioning. A warrant was Issued for tho
arrest of John Jennings, Joseph Stevens,
Jieiijamin Acisou and a man named Gatton
who were charged with being the assaulting
parties. Tho trial came oil' yesterday after
noon, Jicsrs. rope and D. W.Munn appear
ing for the prosecution, and D. T. Llnegar
iur mo ueicnso. .Nelson was discharged,
and n fine of $10 and costs assessed
against each ol the other thrco men.
Pressed by the require
monts of nn iiicrensing'tvnde,
wc are compelled to remove
lo a larger store. During the
first week in April wo will re
move to the store now occu
pied by Blum & Ansom,
Eighth street, which, in space
and convenience, has but few
equals in the city. To our
many friends who have en
couraged us by their liberal
patronage wc return our sin
cere thanks, and will say to
them that whatever wo possess
of experience and industry
will be devoted to their inter
est. Truth is what the peo
ple appreciate, and not decep
tion. Wc do not propose to
cut upon leading goods, the in
evitable effect of which is to
promote extortion upon less
known articles. We propose
to mark everything in plain
figures, and sell at one uni
form price, treating all alike.
We are determined to do only
a cash business, and will give
our customers the benefit of
close prices. Wc respectfully
solicit a share of the public pa- i
tronage in our new ouartcrs. I
:.K3t Stuart & Gholso.w
COMSMMION AM) FOHWABDINO.
HA L LI DA Y BROTH ERS,
KOUWAIUJINO a Kfi COMMISSION
D R U G G I S 'J: S ,
M i: II l II A t, 'I'M.
DEALERS IN EI OUR
ta t Ax-as ut
HIW lllVXll ANI KANAVnt
iro. 7-i o:e:.To Xj-vju.-e:
Jtcluil ui.il I'teficrirtion
Coiner Washington Ate
and IMghth street.
O I JUS,
"TV - - J .
Ol thauioli und rabbit
for Weak liii,(...
'72. FALLUND WINTER 'To
C. HAN NY.
UKOWN fill KKTI NUM.
U T H I V K 'J,
K!t.STUOUY Jr-VHS, . XTHA,
LA1.UK STOCK UP OA HI ST 1 NO
Hit J-llllro Htiic.U
VKRY LOW FIOURBa.
ooi;nr.u Bth ht. xm couuuaontAY.,
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
COKKHV, PACK & CO..
I' It tf A It II I .V ii
A K ))
I'LOUI'. AND COUNTRY
li. A. 'JUN.VLVOIIAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION M KUCHA NT
A.Vll KK.tl.EI! I.V
ELA."Y OATS. COK,3SI
At IJAItOLAY IMS03.
roi: soni: tiii:ii.t,
I'lppAKd mid ol,
liv IIARULAY IIHO.'i
l 1 Di-lliri'. t:illts fur Sta',1;.
A- IIARCLA Y IIROH
"VOI NO AMHtKA,
nd "L'ldvcrsjl .tnnd.ird '
At IIARULAY JlKos.
AKI) MILL FKHD.
WILLIAM .J. Al,Ll-:.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
GOOD WOBK.! "
NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO.
i'Aid I'oi.n v iii,ni:it.sbsi),uoo,u,
wn1!'vi.!lu!.nlc,C8 or '"' R''l'ICIi:.NT
AtJI.M lor tliU placo and tlclnlty. To u
ii Miltablu person who will faithfully detoto
mu full tlmo and tnlcnU to thu diitlci of ,
portiinlty will bu uflfiod. Address with
.. or ,'' "' "KNNJf IX tun'l Sup't..
"iC-'"' i'ox M.-, Chicago, ill.
Vttj NatfuB-1 Mnak llntldlu..
UJIiiecitl Atlonlion paiU'to orJtn from teum
boit iilislit or dT
Ofllco over KlrstN'atlou'al bank.
GRKKN & GILHIiHT,
William 11. r,m.-n
"8iMia. attention glten to Admlraltr oil
-OIIIO LKVER, IIOOMH 7 AKl 8 KVHU
CUT NATIONAL IIAVK.
SAMUKL 1. WIIKKLKlt,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Ofllco over First National bank,
David T. l.liK'K'if.
John. JI. L:uis(lfii.
MlJiLKIt k l'AUKKlt,
FORWARDING II KUCHA NTS,
UKAIiKKS IN FLOUll, COK
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AO K NTS rou PAIRUANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee. CLMltO. ILLINOIS.
iiUI.'Y yc.K. I. l.-t i yt funded unless tho Linhncni is as
JLw l)cm M
Lm justlr Uxa atylcj tho panacea fir all
J. M. lIIILIiIIa & CO.,
tuccoori to K. II. llM. lriciii X Co.)
l'orwarding and Coinmiaaion
amasi ounas,iyw, Jjumi, a wc.iiut.-i,
Hpralna, Hrubic-s, d'e, &a., for ITau tmd
iivut. ij tsiuily thouU Id a tla"lc i
nuro nnd ifrt the
nt Sc, COc. and fl.OO per llol, Notice
style, Biro cOttlc. At-. ' -',u"
ltSU upon CfiiislKOirx-ntH. TSit
Ari jrtDrsJ to rtxanv, tor and forwsr.l
fruUhti lo all point ami buy ao.
cell on coiumlsfiun,
liUHlDmH atiiiinlM'l to promptly.
JOHN II. J'ilLLIS & SON,
iHuccfssorn to John H. 1'hllln,)
PORWARDINO ilKROHAN TH
DKALKUS TN IJAi', CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. TENTIl-ST. and OIIIO LP.VL
OA I HO, II.LH.
S. D. AYEHH
K. J. AYKIiH
AYERS & CO.,
F L O U B
JilNEGAR & JjANSDKX,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OHIi'O on Suvcnth Hreet. Wlnlor'a bloid,
old ofllce of l,lncar, .Mium & I'opo. tu
GENERAL COMMISSION M EROIIANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lkvek, Caiiio, I m.h.
VM. GLENN & SON'S
HEAD qVAliTlUVi FOR (IROCMUKS
COri'EK. Rio, Laguayra, Javn, Mocha.
SDd.VIl, N, O., Hnrd & Soft Roflned,
SYRUPS. Wow Orlcnnt and Eaitoni.
tt'K MAKi: SI'KCIALITIUS OK
oar: w si. cixcixxa n
WOOD UITTENIIOU8H & DUO.
ouciiil ('oiinniFHiou Mercliuntx
1B3 OniO LRVKK,
Notli'p Is hereby rIvcii that on Tiu-Mlny.
tho K.tli day ol April. A. I. 187.1, a kciipriI
h-ctloii tvill lie holil In tlin city ot Cairo,
Aloxander rotinty, Htato ol Illinois, for tho
selurtlon of tho lollotviux mined iniinlvlp:il
olllcers, to-tvit: A mayor, a elty i-ouiicil, a
rlt) clerk, a city attorney, a elty trenmrer
and a polleo maL'IktratPi car Ii of the live i.'i)
wards' Into txhieli tho elty n notvdit Iited be
Inn entitled to tli( election of two (-.') alder
men. Tor tho purposes of said election, poll
will bu opened at tho following named pU
ee, to-ttit: In the l'lrst ward, at tho e.om-iiii--ioii
liouno of ll. V. Dat U, Krip, on tho
south slUo of Sixth (ti) street, between Com
increial and '.'a-!ilni;loii avenuee; In tliosiee
oud ward, nt tliu Jtouli and licaily engine
lioii'o on the cast side of Wililirlon at enuo
lietween .Seventh und Klj-hth strcett; In the
Third ward, ut tho Hibernian engine-house
on Thirteenth street between (,'ominerclnl
uteiiuo and 1'opl.ir street; In tho Fourth
ward, nt tho court-house, and in the J'lllli
ward, at Mrs-, .Sullivan's hoilo on the north
west corner of Coiuuierel.il incline and
Ily order of tliu citv council.
.M. J. llowt.KV, City cloth.
Ions JI. La.vsiikm. .Mayor.
Caiiio, III-., .March 1'J, l7.'!-td
III: A I. FJiTATR AflK.NX't.
WINSTON ic CO.,
7t (HKCONII FLOOll) OIIIO LKYBK,
liUY AND SlI.L RZAI. KsTATK,
FURNISH AH3TRACT3 OP TITLE
Anil i t .!, Ci.DlOf harm cfh'lo lr'
John t. Hann.ni. ci,a. Thnipp:
JOHN (J. IIA R.MAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
NOrlli t!oi-. oKIIU HI, unit Olilo I.evec
Abstracts; of Tltlo, Convcyancini' made a
S1'ii Ueai :,,t:"0 houghl aud sold,
JST'l'iixi's Id.J, cte.
81 000 IN ONi: WKKK.
To any shrewd man who can do ht!lticH
on tho unlet, 1 Kiiar.mtcu an Immeiiso 1'or-tunes-,
easily, rapidly, and lu perfect nafctt .
Addrcm lu perlect eonlldenee,
.i-,i W1 Pottrth street, New York
P E T K 11 O TJ II L,
No. 80 uiiio i.r.vi:,
n-20tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
PROVISIONS K T C.
AYAJU) & HOBKHTS,
11. A I.V .V lE OIl.VTIVK
AWo dealers In Puluts, Oil, aia.,
WALL PAPER, ETC.
Washington avenue and Eleventh ,,lrfJ0,!.'1(
Tito aplemlid uteamttr
Dick Fowlkb, Captain
Leaved Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
ilp.w For freight opamage apply on boat or
to JA. JlALLoitv, Ac't,