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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY, JUNK & 1870.
OFFICIAL PAPER OFICITY AND,!COUNTY.
UllltlSTlAN CIIUItOU-KMitccnlli street
between WastiMKton ami walnut.
Meeting every Bundny at 10, a. in., anil (I
suntlKY school ht !l p. m.
l'rayer meeting Wednesday evening.
I'ilESUYTERIAN Klftkth Street.
1'roicblng, Sabbath nt 191 a.m, and 7) p.ra
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at ?t P. ni.
4bbath School, M p.m. J. M. I.anidon, su
perintendent. Kiev. II. Ttiaybr, l'astor
METUOMST.-Cor. Whth and Walnut Sts.
Preaching, Sabbath at JO) a.m., and 7 p. m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7jt p.m.
Sabbath Bchool, il. p.m. I.. W. Stlllwell,
Hupetlnlcndcnt. Itr.v. F. L. TnoMrox,
lHUBCH OK TIIE UKI)EKMKK-(Kplco.
.Morning prayer. Sabbath 1(4 a.m.
Krenlng prayer. 71 p.m.
Sabbath School, U a.m. .
ItBV. K. Coan, Hector.
6T. PATRICK'S CHUHCH-Nlnth St. and
I'ubllo service, Sabbath 6:10 and 10) a.m.
Vespers, 7 P.m.
Sabbath School. 2 p.m.
Vendee every day, 8 a.m.
Rkv. p. J. 0'IIai.loiux, Priest.
.T. JOSEPH'S Cmm0Il.-(Oerman,) cor.
ner of Walnut and Crop PtrcctP.
Mp, every Sabbath nt to o'clock n, ni.
Vi-pjicrp, 8 p. in,
ilai during week dayp, 8 o'clock a. in.
IIkv. O. IIofpmam, Priest.
trcrl between Wellington Avenuo and
l'rearhlng Sunday morning nt 10 o'clock,
Sabbath School at i o'clock p.m.
ItKV. C. DUKltttCIINKK, I'ttPtor.
VOUNO MEN'S CUKISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
each month nt their room over Rockwell
& Co's book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7J p.m. at
L. W. Utillwbll, President.
KKCONI) MISSIONARY; BAPTIST
CI1URCH. Corner Sycamore and Forty-
tlrst street. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. in.
Sunday Bchool 1 o'clock p. 111. ,
The church la connected with the IUIiioIh
Association, tiy the Fiit MMnnary B.ip-
tlit Church ol Cairo.
Rkv. Solomon LttoNAiin, Paiitor.
AFRICAN METHODIST.-Fourt:entb, bo
tween Walnut and Codar.
Services, Sabbath. 11 a.m,
Habath School, 1 p.m.
Class meets at 3 p.m.
SKCOND FREK WILL BAi'TlST--Fif-
leenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbath. It and 8 p. in.
Rev. Ni kicks, Pastor.
(TREK WILL BAPTIST HOME MISSION
SABBATH SCUOOL. Comer Walnut
and Cedar Streets.
Sabbath 8chool, B a.m.
KIRST FREK WILL BAPTIST CHURCH
.Services, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3p.m. A 7) p.m.
Rkv. WM. Krllky, Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth Ht.
Preaching Sabbath, 101 and 71 p.m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday eveulng.
Bsbbath School, It p.m. John VanUaxter
and Mary Stephens. Superintendents.
XtKV. T. J; Suorkb, Pastor.
SECOND BAPTIST CIIUBCII Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut The
ouly Baptist church recognized by the As
sociation. Set rices, Sabbath, 11 a.m, 3 Pm. and ' p.m.
RFV. Jacoii BHAULKV, Elder.
CAIRO COMMAND ERY, No. IS.-Statod
Aamshty at the Asylum Masonic Hall, llrst
and third Mondays In each month. .
CASK) COUNCIL, No. -Regular Conyo
oattoa atMasonle UaU, the second Friday
SSSgt&SSftitti A. MReg,
lar Communications at Masonic UaU, the
second and fourth Mondays of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, M Meets In Odd
Fellows UaU, In Arter's building, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Governor John L. .Uovcridgc.
Secretaiy of State-Ucorge II. Harlow.
Auditor of State C. E. Llpplncott.
SUte Treasurer Casper ttjiu.
AttornrrOcncral James K. hdsall,
8upt. Fubllo Instructlon-Ne wtou llateman
Senators Richard J. Ogleeby and John A.
Ll!eprecntatlve Eighteenth District Isacc
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Representatives In the Both dlstrlct.j
Jobn U. Oberly, Win, A. Lcnilna and Math
ow J. Inscorc.
snator for the Both district. ,Tco Ware.
Judge D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
State's Attorney Patrick II. Pope.
Clerk R. B. Yocum.
Sheriff A. H. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
'Judges T. Bros.
Associates J. E. McCrite and S. Msrchll
non. Clerk Jacob Q. Lynch.
Coroner-John U. Gossman.
Mayor John AVood.
iTeasurer 1 a. vuiiiiiuukiu.
Clerk Michael Uowlcy.
Attorney U. Watson Webb.
Police Magistrates F. Bross and J, J,
''MarshaUnd Chief ofl'ellco-AVm. McIInlc,
Street Commissioner I). J. Galllgnn.
Health Ottlccr-W. Woolen.
Momhers Pollco Force A. Cain surcent.
F. Whltcamp, Phillip Helm, Cha. Mcliner
and P. A. Conant.
ninn or aldkrmkN.
First ward -Hiram Mxby and J. M.
Second ward Herman Meyers and Wood
,l,ThWward-John McEwcn and F. Kors
"i?Juth ward-CF. Nollls and M. J.
Fifth ward Jno. H. Robinson . and Win.
ru...anh,minniiiiT been usea
. W k -
of loss bv tax becoming
dT' AH .jtonreM Compiles use
ttw, fcld bf Maters and
Ottiillnneii from rtirlli 'ne.
Nayi Dlxbjr, Konmayer, MoEwon, Mc
Uauloy, Meyers and Nollli C,
Alderman JJlxby moved that said otdi
slinanco bo ndoptod, Cnrrlod by tho follow,
ing volo; Ayes Blxby, Korsmeycr
McKwcn, McOaiitey, Meyers, Nellli and
Itlltenhoiipe 7. Nn.vi Morris and Hob
COMsllgMONM'. RCt'OnT OK TIIK KSTIMA-
TKII COT OK HIDKWAI.K.
0. W. Honrlcks. II. L. Klnncar and I)
I. (lalllgan, tho commissioners appointed
on tho 16th ult,to citlmate tbo cost of
tho couitruclton and reconstruction of
certain tldewalki provldod for In ordi
nances No.Al and 53 recently adopted, in
eluding labor, niatorlal nnd all other ox-
ponsos attondtng the same, submitted n
dotallod repcrt of tho ostimata of the coil
of tbo construction and reconstruction of
nil tho sldowalks to be construrted';nd
reconstructed under said ordinances.
Said commissioners rccomnien Jo.l that the
following deicribed sldowslks bo not re
constructed, s thoy nra good and with 11
little ropalr will stand for two years or
mote: lBOfoetcm tho north side of Filth
street, adjoining 'Walnut stroet; on tbo
oast sldo of Wnlnut street from Fourth to
Sixth streets, and from Seventh to Ninth
strcotsj on west si Jo of Valnutstroot, bo
tween Fifth and Sixth streets; and on west
side of "Walnut streot north of Thirteenth
slrcot and fronting lot 7, block 71.
Alderman Kittonhouse movod that said
roport bo reccivod and that tho city attor
ney bo instructed to prepare the proper
papers for presentation to tbo county court
for judgment against tho lots abutting up
on the sldowalks to bo constucted and re
constructed. Carried by the following
volu: Ayes Ilixby, Korsmeyer, McEwcn,
McUauloy, Meyers, Morris, Nellli, Kit-
teuiioiite and Robinson V. Nay 0.
State and city bonds of Mrs. K. M.IInbn
for llijuor licenso wore presented.
iMdorman Robinson moved to approve
Bald bonds. Lost.
Alderman Morris moved to refer said
bonds to tho city attornoy with Instruc
tions to report as to tbo solvency of the
On motion of AKIormsn Morris tlio coun
M. J. II0WI.BT, City Clork.
THE JUDICIAL ELECTION"
' . SOUTHERN ILLINOIS.
MEETING OF THE DEMOCRATIC
STATE COMMITTEE OK
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Special Dlxpatch to the Bulletin.
AhiilevIHs., June -I.
Col. Crawford Iselectod Judge of Twen
ty-fifth circuit by 457 over Judgo A, D.
Duff, by the following vote:
Jackson county , i!H5
uuion " 6UZ
Williams " JCO
Saline county 450
r ranKiin " , suu
Amos Watt Is cloc'.al judgo of the Twen
ty-third circuit over Shaffer, Stofer, J,
Perry Johnson, ot. al., by over two thou
Col. Tanner is olectod judgo of tho
Twenty-fourth circuit by about lfiOO over
Judgo Pollock and Col. Jno. M, Crcbs.
It is believod here that Judge Lawrence
is dofosted for supremo judgo.
The supremo court did not organizo yea.
terday, and may not to-day, for want of a
The vote in tbo farming districts was
very light. Hastily yours, A.
FiliLADBLi'UiA, Juno 4. The Dorao-
cratlo state commiltoo mot this afternoon
and agreed upon August 27, as the time,
and Wilkosbarro as tho place, for holding
the state convention. Hon, Samuel Ran
dall presided. The chairman was directed
to properly express, in his addroas to tho
people of the state, indignation at tbo
course pursued by the administration In
the Louisiana trouble.
Cincinnati, June 4. A prlvato dis
patch from the mate of tho MaryE. For
sythe, to his wlf. In this city, states that
the river steamer, Mary E. Forsythe,
bound from New Orleans to Pensacola,
sunk yesterday In fifty foot of water, in
Bayou Ulllxi, Gulf of Maxlco. No lives
were lost. She was loaded with govern
ment stores, taken on at Mound City, J I
llnols. The owner was Oapt. Wm. Ham
bleton, ant ber value was $18,000. She
was partly Insured here.
Vunna, JuneJ 4.The reports of tho
Illness of the emperor of Trunin arn
wholly unfouaded. His majesty assisted
at the review, of troops to-dey, and was
present at the court banquet to-night.
JOSEPH II. FORK, THE MIT..
DKRER, ATTKMl'TS TO
KILIj HIS WII'E.
HE ASSAULTS UKU WITH
A.VD THEN TRIMS TO JUKE
llOKIUIILKOUTKAOE AND 1'ltOII-
AI1LK MUKDKR IN CI1ICAOO.
IIALMCKI) TO l'IKCKS
FOUR, TIIE MURIIKIIKH.
St. Loitii, Juno I. .loonli H, Fore,
who shot and killed Munson lleach, lil
brothcr-ln-law, In Augtut, 1871, and was
omo monthi subsciiuonlly tried and ac
quitted on tho ground of emotional Infin
ity, iriK'lo a murderous assault 011 his wlfo
bout 1 o'clock this afternoon, striking
lor throo savage blows on tlio head with
hatchet, iutllctini- dangorotis wounds,
It appears Koro returned hereon Monday
last from Natchez, whuro it Is said his
grandmothor refused longer to support
hltiif and slnco his arrival lie has
MA OK TUUlIATf
Against, his wlfo. Slnco their last sep
aration Mm. Foro has boon employed In n
storo on Fourth street, and tivdny in com
pany with Miss Agnos Donulley, was
walking up Washington avenuo on her
way to l.er father's residence, 14'-'I
Christy avenue, whon Foro joined her and
entered into a conversation about
lltft KUTUKK rilOSI'KOl.l.
Ho also urged hor to llvo with him
again, which she refused to do until ho
would atop drinking and settle down to
aomo atesdy mode of llfo. Ho thou
droppsd behind tho ladies but followed
them till after crossing Tenth street, whon
ho again overtook them, and asked liis
wifo to shake hands with him as a llnal
SHU KXTKNIIKl) IIKIl HAND,
Whon ho seized It, drawing hor toward
him, pulled n hatcholfrora undornoath his
coat, dealt hor threo heavy blows on tho
head and she
To tho pavement. Uor companion
screamed for help. Foro dropped tho
hatchet and ran. (Sovoral man immedi
ately pursued the)inurdorert and at thn
corner of Ninth and Washington nvenue
bo was caught mid taken into custdy by
11 :h wounds.
Mrs. Fore was carried into a frlond's
homo near by. A surgical examination re
vealed throo sevoro gashes on tbo Load,
one of which would have doubtless proved
instantly fatal, but for tho thick mass of
hair which sho wore on top of hor boad.
Sho now.lios in it critical condition, but
ANOTIIKIt CIIICAUO IIOItllOR.
GiiiCAcio, Juno 4. A horrible outrago
and probable murder was committed at
Lincoln park about 0 o'clock last night.
Mrs. Carolino Gangor, a respectablo Gor
man woman was walking to hor homo in
the north part of tho city, shortly aftor S
p. m., from a visit to hor mothor's, whon a
gentlomanly appearing man camo along in
a buggy, and asking ber hor destination,
said ho was going near tho houso, nnd
would take her along. Instead of thl,
Drovo hor to Lincoln park, and whon he
had reached a lonoly spot, attompted to
outrage her, and on hor resisting nnd at
tempting to flbo,
CUT Hilt HAVAUKLY
With a dirk, inflicting twolvo wounds,
from which it Is doubtful -if she will re
cover. Uor crlos, bowovor, brought a
policeman to her aid, and tho would bo
murdorer waa arrestod, and was to-day
put in Jail. Ho gave his name, as E. S.
TIIK WALWORTH TRAUKU Y.
Nkw York, June 4. Tho dofonao of
young Walworth, who shot his fatbor yes
torday, will bo Insanity. An innuost will
be hold on Friday next. Tho mother of
the lad visited him at tho Tombs to-day,
in company with Judge Barbour, a cousin
of the docoased. While the sceno was af
fecting, It was not marked by any display
or emotion. Charles O'Conor, the dls
tlngulabod advocate, la understood to bo
retained for tbo defense, and had an In
terview with the prisoner to-day.
m'ali-in alias m'cormic,
Who was caught In Mr. Donger's houso,
Clinton avenue, Brooklyn, a woekago, and
who was captured through the efforts of a
-Viator of Mr. Denger, aftor Urine two
shots at her, was to-day sentoncod, to twenty
years, lor burglary, and ton additional
years for assault with Intont to kill. After
the sentence was pronouncod the prisoner
told the Judgo, that there was another in
dictment over him, but tho judgo said 11
thirty years sentence would answer for tho
Washington, June 4. Probabilities
For New England on Thnisday winds
veprlng to wosterty and northerly, rising:
barometer, clear or clearing weather. For
m India aiaios ana ijower Lair
winds veorlng to westerly and northerly
rising barometer, clear or partly cloudy
weather Thursday. For Southern states
esit or Mississippi southwesterly an
northwesterly winds and clear or partly
cloudy wither during Thursday. Frojn
UDio vainy uu Missouri to upper Liakts
and Minnesota generally clear and partly
CAI'T. JACK AND SOHONHMllN
IIIONED TOO ETHER.
IS RELIEVED THEY WILL HE
OIVKNTO rilB GOVERN
MENT OF OREGON.
San Fiuscimv, .luno 4. Tho following
dispatch was received !
Ravlkhh Oamk, Tulo Lako, dune
1873, 7 p.m. The captives ami captors ro-
uultiod at Applpgalu ralicho. Ilefore
night Capt. .lack nnd Schonlclilu were
Ironed together, and plated with the other
warriors, In n small building adjoining
Applegato's bouse, under guard, Nelllior
Jack or Schonlchin spoke n word, Not
murlo of .lack's faco movod. Soar Faced
Clmrlln protested agniixl that Indignity
In behalf of his fellow cnpllven, and said
minu if Ilium Intended to escape, even
If opportunity was oH'orod. Ho obtained
httlu interaction. Tho Warm Springs
havo been eiiilnontly succnssftil, for most
of thorn nin members of the mellioillsl
church. All tho military force of tbu ex
petlitlon will bo united nt this point. The
cord to Gun, Caiiby's lint was found in
duck's fnlchol. Col, Green's enpturo was
m iido In Oroou, nnd Col. Perry's In Cnl
Kairciiii.u .h Rakciik, Juno 3, 7 p in.
To-diy I paid a visit to Old 8loepy,on one
of tho Islands hi I.lttlo lClnmnth lako.
The old Indian tuld mo he had llvo .Mo
doc sons yet, nnd would surrender them
to Fatrchildns soon as Fnlrchlld returned
from Clcnr lake. Wo saw ono of the In-
dluiir, liuchuo Il.ick. Ho was bndly
wounded mid will probably dlo. Fnlr
chlld has just returned, nnd to. morrow we
will go for tho Inst ol tho -Modoc.-.
HOW TO IilxiMSK OK TIIK MOMM'i.
WANiiiNiiToN,Juno 4. It is snld by the
hlghcitmilltary authorities that IheModocs
could not surrender a prisoners of wnr in
thosonso known to nations whero war Is
declared, In accordnnco with constitutional
form. Not having bocn so viewed, tliry
aro not entlllud to coniidnratlon us
prisoner of war. Tho ordors
issuod to tho commanding general
recently, after the nsiassmatiun of Gun.
Can by and Or.Thonins, wore not tooxter
minato the Modoca, but It wns thought
tholr conduct had been such as to loavo tho
matter of cxtarmtnatlon to Oon, Dm I
Therefore If he should order tho killing of
tlio Modocs ho would not bo con
sured by superior authority. As to their
llnal disposition no ono iiiiostions but that
thoy will bo delivered to the government
of Oregon for trial.
TIIE CirOLKRA RECOJIINU
El'I DEMIC IN MKM
PUIS. OIT1.KNS BECOMING ALARMED
AT THE SPREAD OF THE
CHOLERA AMI) NO MISTAKr..
Mkmniih, June 4. During tho past
ten days a (diseaao pronounced then by
physiciana cholera morbus or malarial fe
ver, has provallod bore, but no alarm was
felt until yesterday, when .the physlclnna
gonorally agreed that it was
Somo classing it spasmodic and othors
Asiatic. Thus fnr Its ravages have been
oonfluod to tho
NEOROIH AND LA1IOKI.NO CLASSES,
And in nbsonco of an organized board of
health it is difficult to cstlmato tho num
bor who havo diod. Tho doctors say that
tho dlseasv if promptly attondod to yiolda
readily to troatment, Among tho
L AT EAT VICTIMS
Waa Geo. Monroo of tbo Memphis nnd
Iioutavillo Transfer company, who died
last night. During tho wnr ho waa pro
vost marshal of this city and was highly
lloro say the dlaoaae la also there. There
la but little ozcitemont horo in regard to
Sr. Louis. June 4. Flour unc'inngod,
auper $5 X $o& 75; ,X$G0 AO
XXX 0 ltMl 00j lamlly iff lM$e ov,
fancy $H CC0 76. Wheat dull, No 'I $1
16: No 3 rod $1 40QSI 43: No 2 tl CO.
Corn unchanged, Not mixed 38a elevator;
4446o sacked, Oats hotter, No 2 mixed
3lS31Jc olevator, 8&35 jc ssckod. Bar
ley dull. Rye dull CUU8o. Pork dull
$17 cash. Bulk meats dull; bacon dull,
abouldors 71c; clear rib 9ic; clear aldos
91c; country shoulders 6)0, Lard dull,
prirno country kettle ojc; rennoa uo. uor
joe Hi m rio 22 J24c. Sugar woak,LouIs
Una SJOIOL WhUke steady OOo. Cat-
tlo lower, ood grandes scarce, butcbors
43 bWsa iv, prime ana cnoicenniivo om
5 60; stokors 34 75- Hogs dull ft
Mutruia, June 4. Cotton firm; good
ordinary lSc; low middling 17017
Flour dull. Corn dull. Oats dull a
drooping, 43o. Hay dull; common $10
10. Bran scarce, I4 60. Corn meal
dull. Lard dull and nominal. Pork dull
and drooping. $17 6017 75.
Bt. L0011, June 4. Arrived 1 Mary
1 Mniinnain. Missouri nivrr. noBDS,
IWheslIng;' Alax Swift, Cincinnati ; Andy
Jobnion, Keokuk 1 Capital City, YUks
bursjj Bsavsr and bargss snd Mohawk
Hollo, Illinois River ( Hlgloy, Ohio rivorj
.7 n"" wily, uoparted: autcti
1 I H,'..l'l Yaoger, Now Orleans) 8
Jolins.Poorla Andy Johnson, Keokuk
-.nuu luntn. .M01I1NI1IS I
rlbor. Weatlior rainy,
Louisvillk, Juno 4. River railing 1
! foot 0 Inches in canal ; t reel 0 Inches In
chute. Cloudy and hot; alight aprlnklo I
of rain thla aftornnoii. Iluiinoia very dull. ,
Arrlvn.M A.1lnnln l 1.1. It..;..... I .
unarmur ami Arlington, Cincinnati) now
Cairo ferry bout Threo Slates, made satis
factory lrlnl to-dayj will leave Tor Cairo '
KvanhVulc, liid., .luiin I Cloudy 1
and hot; light rain with prospect of morn.
Mercury, 70 to H8. River roll two feet 1
Up river, Geo. Roboits. Greyhound and
Adn lluilinan, Down, Mary Anient and
Grny Kngln. Business llclit,
OlsciNX ATI, .luno I, River II feel nnd
Innlies, and rising. Arrived! I.uey
Birtram nnd Mlniiuoln, Ht l.iuls. lie- '
partod: Miniioolii,Stovlienvllln Wonlhnr
warm and cloudy, with Indleallons of
PiTTMiui.u, June I, Itlvor 3 I'eot nnd
McMl'liia. .luno I Wonllmr showjv.
Mercury 00. Klvcr atntlonnrv. Departed
Oakland, Richmond and Slmion Hor
ner. Louisville; Kittle lleglnr, Cincinnati
NAaiivii.l.K. .luno 4. I rvjr falllnu t
feon 011 hsrpnth alioals. Arrived! Marv
Davago, rlttsburg; Lawrence, Cluclnnnt'i
Dapnrtnl 1 Tyrone, Calm,
Vickhimiiki. .luno 4. Pflwn: Ksnortcr
Ins. Howard, Hello Blirovenert. Wonlher
cloudy and warm, Rlvor fnlllnir.
STEAMBOAT BUTCH Ell
Ur Nullniul Hunk ull.Uni,
iMn'iRl atlvntinn i ail toorins Irnm iiiiaio
loaU nlnlilor (Ut
A. J. ROE. M. D
1 1 avlnir 110 1 uiaiir ntlv incut oil In ('iilro.ti'iidern
his iiroti'nl(,imlile service to the liiliiilittnntu
ol the city and vicinity.
jirpiueiicu niiuoiiieu (ior 1110 trermj cor
ner Walnut mid Twnty-llrl strcel. whcie
he may bo consulted nt nil hours (l-.Viini,
A T II KNKUN.
two Niairit ONLY.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, JUNK !) & In
TIIK UINTINI1UIHKI) VOCALIST
llai the honor to unnonnce
TWO UNIQUE VOUAL RECITALS
ConvlntliiK of detection from ci.tcil, ur
raue, orniori, urnvurn ami uniuiu nmnc.
All ut which, will o nunic, prr-
fuccd by a spoken prelude, tiy
The ho concerts In which Mndumn
llrlnkerhotr has been winning now
luuruU on hor trip this ncnMiii, am nn
entirely new thing, ami the Invention of thn
FAIR OANTATRKJE 1IEKSELK
l)rcs Circle ,.. ,. 9 7,1
Renervcd Heat I ()
I'rlvnto Boxei. It VO
tnrCompletn cliaime each nlKht, 'l lckot
inny lie had at 1), lluitman's More.
I loom open I past 7 o'clock. Concert to
commence nt H o'clock, sharp.
E. I.EWIH, llinlncHi Sluniiuor.
1 RAND l-'AIR AND l-'HSTIVAL
HALL AND GARDEN
By the ladles or the
ST. JOSEPH GERMAN CATHOLIC
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1873.
Everybody Is invited and expected to bo
OAIRO AND PADUGAH
Th spleadlil slosniM
Dick Fowlkb, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday oxcon tod) at
r or ircignt opassago appix on 00m 01
Jas. Malluhy, Ag't.
11. A. Tlioiin
L. 1), Thoma
TIIOMS Si HROTIIER,
.SucccxoKrs to 11. M, Union.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
AND IIXALIIIH IN
Ntapla and Fancy flrororlea,
Foreign and Domestic
FRTJITS JL7STX) XTXTTS
134 Commercial Avenue,
CAIRO, - - ' ILLINOIS.
II ERMAN SOU METZSTORFF,
(Succcsnor to II, Thlcleckc.)
OcAlar In Ml Utsitla
IICTWKKN TBNTIt AND BLBNENTIt STRKKT8
Having purchased tho grocery establish
mnnt nl If. Thlnlnploi. I thill alwava keel
on hand a full and ficsh supply of all tbo
best Roods In my lire, to be found In the
market. Hv strict attention to bUSlneM.
and fair deallotr, I hope not only to rouin
an uie custom toe piaco w mi7 u vud
pan, out to aau to too list tuanr,, new pa
AskiDK a fair share of publlo patron-
Bespeclfully, HbuMan SciwiTmoKfr
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
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luu. bocn lipfnrn IJ10 American pftlillo
OVJ3H 'I'll II IT Y yeiiM. It biu nuver
yet lulled to fivo perfect .ilifuet'on, and
Laa Justly lccti stylcil tho p.inaei.i for nil
external Wounds, OutH,IluniM, ttwclllng
rJpralui, )rulmv. Ao., for Bfan nnd
TJuunt. No family should bo a alur1t day
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OUlcoovor 'lrat National Imiik, ;i-l(Klm
SASIUEL V. WHEELER,
ATT01INKV & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Olllca over First National hank.
John II. Mulkcy,
Willalii 0. Mulkey.
ATTOMEYS AT LAW
Olllcc, rear roomi ocr HannonV book
NO. 124 C0MMKUG1AL AVXHUK,
Between Hevcnth nnd Eighth atrcots,
UREEN h QILUERT,
COUNriKLORB AT LAW,
William U Gllbeil, CAIRO, II.MN0I8,
atsrHpeeia. attsntton gln to Admlrsltr tad
ornoi omo lkvic, booms T a sib 8 ovia
OITT H ATIOsTAL BAJIK.
JAMES II. SMITH,
x FIRE INSURANCE
Real Estate Agent.
Will buy and sell all kind of roal citato,
pay taxes, rent houses, make collections and
MONEY TO LOAN;
20,000 in sums of 1500 to (2,000. on Im
proved real estate security In Cairo.
Stores, manufacturing eaiabltahmtntt,
dwellings and furnlturo. Hull aad cargoe
Insured at reasonable rataal firat-clssscoas-panloa,-
Orrics; JNo. 80 Onio Lv.
J 6-18 tf. CAIRO, ILLS
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Retail nml Prrecrifllo
Comer 'nlllnKtotl AVt,
11111I KUhth street.
rhiinoU and 'rabbit skla
fur weak luiu?).
II A UCLA Y BltOH.
I'OI! HOME 'l'IIIIOAl
t'lf pared and sold
II A KOLA Y lino
a tit r
lUIKSh Anil Mil
And DIMnroctanta lor Stables f
At BARCLAY nKO.H.
And 'Uulvcra Standard
At BAUULAY BU08.
without thin Liniment. Tho money ,
luiidcil nlee tho Llnlntont Is at roprc-J
Sented. llti Ntir,, nml .1,A Mm.j.J
HVLAN1) & SAUEU,
AMD. MALIK M
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF E VEUY.DKfjCKUIION.
Cornor 10th streot and Commerolal'avenit
next door to tho Uylaad saloon.
11-16 tf. CAIRO, ILLH.
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. Kp ths beat or Beef. Pork, M altoa Veal.
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(Kticccsnr to James Kynastoa,)
UOTOUBE AND DBALXB IX ALL KXVM S)F
CORNBH NXTBim AND FtLAsi MB..
CAIRO, ILLTJtO, r. i'
Buva and (laiurhtati oahr tfcva tuM aalil. 1
bogs anaaheei),sU li BNssared to 111 My
ton thouaaad peaada.'
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