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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
f 1 1 in i ii i hi
nviuiian i nut or tmy MB.
CJIUISTIAN OHUROU-Elghteenth street
between Washington tad Walnut.
Meeting evory Bunday at in) a. m., and 8
11. m. i
Hunday school at 3 p. n.
1'raycr meeting Wednesday evening.
l'roachlntf, Sabbath at 101 a.m. and 7) p.m
I'ntyrr meeting, Wednesday atTI P. m.
ilfiath Hrhnot, n p.m. J. tl. Lansdso, Su
perintendent. Rav. II. Tkayeb, 1'aitor
itlTrilODIST.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut 8U.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10 a.m., and 7 1). m
leaver meeting. Wednesday, 74 p.m.
-nllalh School, 3. p.m. L. W. Btlllwell,
superintendent. 1UV. T. L. Thomtion,
UtURCU OK T11IC RIKKMKR-JKplsco-l'M.1
MoinliiK prayer. Sabbath 101 m.
KwiiIiil' prayers, 74 p.ni.
Sslibath Bcnool, 0 a.m.
Rev. E. Coam, Rector
ST. PATRICK'S CIIUROH-Niath fit. and
I'ul.llc service, tiabbalb 640 tad 10ft a.m.
V impel 7 p.m.
Sabbath School. 3 p.m.
Service every day, 8 a.m.
Rev. r. J. o'liAixoKix, Priest.
-T. JOStiPU'S OUURCU.-(Qennan,) cor-
m-r ul Walnut and Cross ttrcots.
Maw, otery Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
Vespers, - p. lu.
Alum during week days, 8 o'clock a. ra.
Ukv. O. lluvrMAN, Priest.
itrcut between "Washington Avenue and
1'rrachlng Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Subbalh School at U o'clock p.m.
Kkv. C. Dueksciinbh,, l'attor.
VOITNG SIKN'H OUKI8T1AM A880CIA.
TION. Kcgnlnr meeting second Monday
each month at tbctr room over Kockw ell
A Co'i book (tore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly I'rayer meeting, Friday, 74, p.m. at
li. W. 8TUXWKU. President,
6KCOND MISSIONARY BAl'TlST
CUURCIL Corner Sycamore and Forty-
ntut street. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and a o'clock p. in.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
The church Ii connected with the Illinois
Association, by the First Missionary llnp-
list Church ot Cairo.
Rev. Solomon Leonard, Pastor.
AKU1CAN HTUODI8T.-Vourteenth, be
twci'U Walnut and Cedar.
Sen Ices, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
Sabbath SchooL 1, p.m.
data meet at p.m.
SECOND FREE WILL BAPTIST'-Flf-
teenth Street:, between Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath, 14 and 8 p. ni
Key. N. Kicks, Pastor.
FREE WILL BAPTIST HOME MIS8IOM
HABBATU SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School, 9 a.m.
FIRST FREE WILL BAl'TlST CHURCH
Sen ices, Sabbath 11 a.m., 8 p.m. ft 7 p. m.
Rev. Wi. Keixey, Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CUURCU.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth Bta.
Preaching Sabbath, 10) a,m. and 74 p.m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening;
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, li p.m. John VanBazter
aud Mary Stephens, Superintendent.
Rev. T. J. Shores, Pastor.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar aad Walnut. The
only Baptist church recognUed by the As-
Si'iTicca, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Rrv. Jacob Bbadley, Elder.
CAIRO COMMANDERY, No. 13,-SUted
At-fccmbly at the Asylus Maaonio Ilall, first
and third Monday la each month.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No. 2i.-RegUlar CoTo
catlon at Masonic HaU, the .second Friday
In each month.
CAIRO. CHAPTER No. 71 .-Regular Con
vocation at MaaoEte HaU, on the third
Tuesday ot every month. ....
JAIROLODQE, Ho. MT FA A. M.-RegU-lar
Communications at Masonte Hall, the
second and fourth Monday of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, ITi Meet In Odd
ToUows' Han, In Arter building, every
Thursday evening at B o'clock.
Governor John L. Bovertdge.
Secretary of State George II. Harlow.
Auditor or State-C. E. Lipplncott.
Stato Treasurer Casper Ruti.
Attorney Oeneral James K. hdsall.
SupL Public Instruction Newton Bateman
Senators Richard J. Oglesby and John A.
LlfeprcsenUUve Eighteenth Dlstrlct-Isacc
MEMBERS GENUHAL ASSEMBLY.
RopresenUtlves In the 60th district.
John 1 II. Oberly, Win. A. Lemma and Math-
tw J. Inscorc.
Senator for the 50th district. Jesse Wsre.
Judge D. J.-Baker, of Alexander.
State's Attorney Patrick II. Pope.
Clerk R. 8. Yocum.
Sheriff A. U. Irvtn.
Wm. Martin Assossor and Treasurer.
Judge- F. Bros.
Associates J. E. McCrite and ft. Marchll
son. Cleric Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John. U. Gossman.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer R. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. II. Fallls.
Clerk Micnaei iiowiev.
Attorney H., Watson wet)D.
strates F. Bros and J. J,
u.-.t,l and Chief of Police Wm. MeHale.
Street Commissioner D. J, Galllgnn.
Health Offlcer-W. Wooten.
Members l'oO1KW0-rA,ln lSr?ent
f, 1 niiHiJ uciui) "- nvuuer
nl'P. A. Conant.
BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
first ward -Hiram Blzby and
Second ward Herman Meyer and Wood
WTy?aVd-JohuMcEwenand F. Kor.
"Fourth ward-O. F..NeUls and M. J.
Mmifvrard Jno. H. Robinson and Wm.
Over JOOmlMonsbave been used
ntua um put ten 7f"
ssBpUUt of Ion by ttg besoming
An Kmnsa Oomoanlei OM
IsU br PrfaUrs a&d SUUomrr
Reported Expreuly for the Bulletin,
CONSULTATION AT THE EX
KUUTIVE MANSION ON
THE MODOC QUES
TION. THE VKXKD QUESTION TO II K
SUBMITTED TO THB ATTOR
DIFFIOULT1E3 WITH THE EURO
PEAN MAIL SKRVIOE.
EUROrKAN MAIL 8ERVIUK.
Vasiii.noton, It. O. June 5. The post
master general to-day refuioj to obllgato
the editing contract with the White Star
stoamshlp line for carrying tlio European
Saturday mail, and said If the terms of tbe
contract wore heretofore coinpllod with,
It would continue till Decembor 31, when
It expire by Its own limitation. Various
contracts for European mall servlco have
been so limited that tlioy all expire to
gether on tho saino day, and the posl
tnatcr general will endeavor to mako ar
rangements for tbe ensuing year in such
a manner as to provide four malls a week
for Europe from New York city on four
Sscrotsry of interior and Oon. Sherman
had a consultation to-day on the Modoc
question. This was tbo first formal con
sideration of the subject by the officers of
the government, and preliminary stops
were takon to determine the point at issue,
namoly, wbat shall be dono with tho Modoc
prisoners. Id the first place it seems to
be tbe understanding that tbe socretary
of tho interior has no power of direction
in the premisos, or at least he will take no
present action. The Indians violated their
treaty obligations by resorting to hostili
ties, and thus placed themselves beyond
the car of the department. Secondly, the
united Statu troops having conducted
the operations against them, their
custody belongs to tbe military, tbtj samo
as of prisoner of war oaptured er sur
rendered, or other persons taken in arms
gainst the authority of the United
Stat, and guilty 'fit atrocious acts. The
question a to what chall b don with
tbe Modoc, whethor they shall be tried
by tbe military, or romitted to tbe civil
courts, will be submitted to tbe attorney
general by tbe military authorities for bis
opinion, which will govern law in this
case- The president, the seorctary of tbo
iutorior, and Qen. Sherman aro In accord.
NUPTIALS OF SENATOR ALLI
SON OF IOWA.
KINGING OF MARRIAGE BELLS
IN FT. WAYNE.
Bun Li Mi ton, June 5. Hon. Wm, 11.
Allison and Miss Mary Noaly of this city,
were married at 6 o'clock this afternoon.
The wedding took place at tbe residence
of lato Senator I mod' was strictly
prlv :t Tho li'L'nlJparty left this oven-
log (or Now York, and will sail for Eu
rope on the 18th Inst., to be absent about
Ft. Waymb, Ind.. June C. The wed
ding bells have boen ringing briskly bore
during tbo put two days, ushering in two
of tho most attractlvo social events of tbo
season. The first was the marriage last
evening of Mis Louisa Uanna, only
daughter of late Judge Uanna, one of the
chief originator and builders of the Pitts
burg, Ft. Wayne & Chicago railroad, to
Fred. J, Hayden, Esq., of Coburg, Canada.
The other tbe was marriage this evening of
Miss Mary M. Brandin, youngest daughter
of A. D drandiff.one of our leading bard-
ware merchants, to Mr, Alfred Lukeni,
formerly business manager of tbe Daily
Gazette Both parties were married in
tbe First Presbyterian church, In the prei
nee of large assemblies. The reosptlon
at the private residences, wore largoly at
tended, and both parties ware tho recipi
ent of numerous and costly gifts.
Halifax, June 6. A Leavy flro Is rag
ing in tbe wood in different part of tbo
province la tbe vicinity of Liverpool,
Tbey have been on fire two days, and Us
evening tbe town wm in great danger.
Much damage bas been done in Ficton
county. The a re ha (wept from tbe west
branch of the river John, to Black river,
and on tbe east branch of tho river John
for a distance of twstv miles, deitroylng
everything. The wood through which
the fire puied are the most valuable In
rBUICS AND rRIECMS.
Lobdob, June 6. The Prince aud
Princes of Wale opened tbe new town
ball at Batton toJajr. The royal high
nssewr rcelvd by tbe Inhabitants
with great enthusiasm, and war escorted
to tbe ball by a proceMloa three miles in
. TOIIBAH. ,
The corporation of Xdinburg aid Olai-,
. ss.snsgiTN to uylt (be shab of
Persia to vislUhelr cities.
GRAND OPENING OK THE
.IU1JILEE CONCERT AT
THE LARGEST AUDIENCE
EVER ASSEMBLED IN THE
DEPARTURE OF THE STEAMER
FROLIC FOR THE POLARIS
THE CHOLERA IN MEMPHIS
TO., ETC., ETCV
THE JUIIILEE COMCinT.
CiiiCAeo, Juno 6. The llrst of the
grand jubflso concorts was given In tbo
depot of the Chicago, Rock Island and
Michigan Southern railroads this after
noon, to tbo largost audlonco over assem
bled In Chicago. Not less than V!0,000
peoplo woro presont. Tho accommoda
tions for the vast crowd wero not of a
sumptuous character, consisting merely of
rough wooden seats, all on a level, but tbo
musical partof tho performance was excel
lent. I'bo first number of tho programme
this afternoon was an original hymn, enti
tled, CIIIUAOO HYMN Or PKAHir,
Written by Jl. II. Campboll, and sung to
the tune of Old Hundred. Tho singing of
the hymn was received with great ap
plause, which It well deserved. Tho next
pleco was tbo Chorus Festlva),by Loutner,
and was rendered by the grand orchestra
in good style. The hymn, Angel of
Poaco, by the grand chorus and full or
ebostru, was well received, as were also tbe
operatic selections, Introducing solos for
tho cornet of Arlmcklo, tbe euphonon of
Biggs, and the clarionet of Higgles. The
next selection, I
THE UEAYENB ARE TELLLSO,
From Hayden's oratorio of The Oros
lion, was roceived with applause. A cor
not solo by Arbuckle, and tbe first part of
tbe programme ended with The Star
Spangled Bannor, by full chorus anl
orchestra, Mr McUraw singing tbe solos,
with such offset as to secure an enthusias
tic encore. The second partof the pro
gramme opened (with tho well known
OVERTURE TO WILLIAM TELL,
Which was effectively rendered by
full orchestra, and was followed by
BEE, THE COXQUEMNO HERO COMK4.
The 4th number on the programmo
And its rendition fully merited tbo storm
of applause with which It was greoted,
the audienco Insisting on a ropetition.
Tbo concert ended with the hymn,
NEARER, MY Q0Q, TO THEE,
By full chorus and orchestra, tbe Im
mense audionce Joining and producing
magnificent effect. The second concert
occurs this evoniug.
Washington, June b. The steamer
Frolic arrived at tho navy yard here this
afternoon, and Socretay Robeson and
Oomodore Reynolds left tbe department
immediately on tbe receipt of the Intelli
gence, for tbe purpose of going aboard
and giving instructions as to tbo future
inovoments of the crow of the Polaris,
with a view to prompt and ofllcistl action
in relation to that steamor, and the ex
verdict for $41,823.
New York, Juno 6 .In the city court
of Brooklyn yesterday,' Mr. Mary Lee
recovered a verdict for 141,823 against
Wm. Young and others. Action was
brought to recover money loaned tbe 'house
of Wm. Young & Company, doing busi
ness In New York and St. Louis. Tito firm
became bankrupt a few years ago, Mrs.
Lee's husband was a member of tne Arm,
and defendant's olalmod tbat the money
she said she loaned the firm was put in as
bis share of tho capital.
Memfhib, June 8. There Is little or no
excitement to-day in regard to tbe cholera,
and the impression prevail that with a
few more day of fair weather tbe disease,
which has subsided, will disappear. Tbo
council last night refused to concur In the
resolution of tbe board of aldermon to its
tabllsb a board of hoaltb.
Tbe court all adjourned to-day In re
spect to tbe memory of Judge Hudson.
Washington, June 6, Official infor
mation lead to tbe conclusion tbat 5 latanta-
and Big Treo will probably bo rem bred to
Port Sill to await further action of Texan
DI8CUBSINO THE MODOC QUETlON,
Secretary Delano, (Jen. Sherman and
the president bad a long consultation this
morning, It I (aid, on tbe disposition to
be mad of tbe Modoo prisoner.
Philadelphia, Jub 6 John, "Wilson.
psckiog-box manufacturer, bas abscond-
ed, after borrowing f 20,000 frijm. frlendt,
Baltiuobb, Jun6, ObM . Hsu
dtrson, on trial for the murtf .r of Dr. Ma
rian Cole, January 6, 1B7, ha been da-
I olsrtd not guilty.
ILMNOia FRIDAY, JUNE 0, 1873.
Wasiiinqton, June 6. Probabilities
For New England, the Middle elates and
Lowor Lake region southwesterly to north
westerly winds, rising barometer and
clear and partly cloudy weather probable
on Friday. For oonta Atlantic (tales
southerly to westerly wind and probable
rain fom South Carolina to Florida,
For the Gulf state salt of Mississippi
winds backing to southerly to easterly,
cloudy westher and rain. From L'pppor
Lakes to Missouri and Tonnesseo partly
cloudy woather, with rain over Sonthcrn
Missouri and Westera Tcnneoe anil
Kentucky. For Iowa and Minnosota
southerly winds and Increasing cloudi
ness, MARKET REPORT.
Sr. Loi'Ih, June 5. Flour dull and tin,
changed. Wheat dull, No 2 red fall $1
66 I 08; No 8 $1 40. Cornqulot, No 1!
mixed 3838jo elevator; 444oo sacked.
Oats In better demand, No 2 mixed 314
33o elevator; 35JQ30lc sacked, Ilarley
and ryo unclmngedT Pork dull, moss $17.
Bulk moats dull, Bacon flat, nothing do
Ine. Shoulders 7lro)7c: cloar rib Hirsute:
clear sides ViS' Whiskey steady Uoo.
Cattlo qulot prime and oobico native 6
5 75; butchers f 4 2fi4 r0; Texnns $2 bo
l CS. Hogs $44 t,0.
(JlllcAdii, ouno 0. Mour dun, nominal.
Wheat dull and unsettled, No. 1 spring
1 'JO; No. 2 SI 2G; cash f I June; No,
3$1 15. Com lowor No. 2 mixed, aij(.?
31 3c; cauli lu Juno. Oats steady, No. 2
27,V0e; cash 2Jc, July. Rry dull and
lower, No. 2 Olo, Barley dull, nominal.
Provisions nulet and wink. Pork 1M-:
spiit $lfi3l4 80; July. Lard dull, sbado
lower, $8 40. cash in June. Bulk meat
and bacon, nulet and unchanged. Whls
key, demand light; held Qrm, sales oujo,
Mkmi'hi. June A, Cotton Arm, cord
ordinary $lBlfiJ; law middling 117171
recoipts i!21 lialos; shipments W15 balos;
stock f 20,01 7. Flour dull and drooping,
$4J10. Corn dull and drooping, &3r.7c.
uais uuua nu arooping, vie. nay lower,
scarce, Arm $2 fl&2 70. Pork dull and
unchanged. Lard dull and unchanged,
no demand. Bacon dull and drooping.
Shoulders "07Jc. Sidos OJjo.
Little Rock, June 5, Cloudy, (bow
ery. River railing; 12 icet in cnannei.
New Orleanh. June S, Corn firmer,
yellow 60c; wblto C072c. Whiskey low,
Louliana 0.1c; Cincinnati. Storting 28;
tight I premium. Cold 17Jc.
VICEbiiuro, June 0. no uoait uown.
Up: Future City and Robert Mitcbell.
Arrived: oloraao. -weeioor ciouay
and warm. Rlvor falling.
Nashville, June 0. River falling; 4
feet on llarpeth shonla. Departed) Law
rence for Cincinnati; Mary Davage for
St. Louis, Juno 6. Arrived: Oreat Re
public, New Orleans: Belle of Memphis,
Memphis; Mollie Ebert, Pittsburg: Min
neapolis, St Paul; Rob Roy, Kookuk; Park
Fainter, Upper Mississippi. Vepartad:
Alice, Missouri river; Rod Wlng.bt Paul;
Bee and barges, New Orloans; llawkeye,
Fittaburt: Mobawk. Belle and Plasa, Illi
nois rivor; Strador, Tennessee river; Cap
ital City, Vfcksburg. Cloudy and warm.
N ew OnLEAHa, June 5. Arrived: Sam
J Hale from Cincinnati and Pauline Car
roll from St Louis. Tbero were no de
Kvakbville, June 0. Weather clear
and hot. Mercury 70 to 81' Up: Ar
kansas Belle, Geo. Roberts, Grand Lake,
Fo. 2, Storm, Down: Morning Star,
Howling Oreen, Ament, and Silverthorn,
Meni'Mb, Juno 5. Clear and warm,
nivnr declining. Departed: City of
Qulncy, New Orleans; City of Vlcksburg
Vicksburg. Arrived: Smoky City, Pitts-
berg; Oily of Bhester, St. Ljouis,
Cincinnati, June 5. River 11 feot and
falling. Arrived: Charmer, Evans ville;
ArlisgtoD, Memphis; 11. r). Turner, New
Orleans; Andes, Wheeling; Charmer wont
on dox. Weather cloudy and warm.
ARNOLD k MYERS,
CommissibnM or chants
Office (for the mretonO at Ike Waldo's
Ohio Levee, Cairo, III.
Are prepared to sell all kinds 0 1 Tronerjy
at auction or on commission, OSCm.
I.D. WATMU ) 0 DHL
MATHUS8 k UIIL,
Commissi op Mkro hints
f AVj&ND WESTERN PRODUCE
JOHN B. PHLLIS k SUN,
(Buessors to John B. Pbllli,)
FORWARD INQ MXK0HANT8
DKALERS IN HAT, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, Ac.,
(Job. TENTH-BT. abd OHIO LETS
GREEN A GILBERT,
OOUNSILOBS AT LAW,
WiiliS CAIRO, HJJKOU,
BFteeela. asseatioa glvea t A4if4v aa
tmn-mw lbtbs, boih t av I era
WILLIAM .1, ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office ocr first National bank, iMUin
SAMUKIj P. WIIICKLKH,
ATTOKNKV & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Onico ovor First National bank.
JAMK8 II. 8MITJI,
Attoek ky Law
Will I -...I .11 I I... I. ..1.1 ..s...
win imii itiiu ni'ii nu Hiutin 111 ir (ii rinii's
pay (axi, runt liounm, iimko collection: nml
tlil.S.llt l,.t S.d '
MONKY TO LOAN.
20,000 In sums or fVX) to C2.IKXI on I111,
proved real cstiito Hfourlly In Cairo.
ftores, mnmifactiirlng estalilMiini'iils,
ilvrllliiKnnil furniture, llnllniinl cnrKoeii
Inaurcil at ri-on;iMo rales In nrstrhiss t nm
panics, Orvn-K 1 No, 80 Ohio Levee.
618 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
""a. j. iimOCTC
lla lug pormunenlly locateil In Cnlro.leiiilerH
bis professlonnblo servlucN to the Inliiiliitiilits
ot tbe city anil Mclnlly.
Resilience anil nllliii (for Din iirnenl) i'or
nor Walnut nml Twetity-flrst slrecli. lii'rc
lio may be consiiltuil at all hours, O-n-tlui.
R. 8. RRIGHAM, M. 1).,
llomeopallilii I'liyslulim anil Surui'im. Of
lice 130 Coniuierrlal avenue. Iteslilenro cur
lier ol l'.loenlli nml Coilur street. H-il II.
DR. 11. O. TAHKR,
Will resume tbo nractlco ol bis nrofosslon
wltb esneclal reference to the electrica
troatmeut ol diseases In all tho new and Im
proved methods of application.
In all cases of fomalo complaints a mly
will bo In attendance.
omco, 12a Commercial avenue, up stairs.
II. WARDNER, M. D.
Oltlce and Rcsldonce 111 Commercial nve
nuc, (next door to the Atlienciim).
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
t BHI DKMOK Nn, II TbirtMBlh alrMt, tw
JlV Iwesa Washiogioo arsnue aad Walnut iltNt,
Omos lMOommeroUlavaniM, up slslrs.
U.W. DUNNING, M. D.
OlWlDENOB-ooriisrNlolh and Walaut U,
jSVomos jotnr matt stiMi aad Ohio !.
OAs hoars from a.m. to tSm.,aiiap,ro
DR. G. K. DOUGLAS,
A constant (Utility of nuro Nitrous Oxide
Om. for tbo painless extraction of toeth, at
the Dental Rooms of Dr. Douglas, succesKiir
10 vr. a. m. Austin, Kigutu street, o-lll
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS
FOR TUB I'EKMANENT CUItB OF
CHILLH AND FEVF.K, DUMB AflUE
UK An Y KllllDl iir in iciiflir.
THE QREA'l EST DISCOVERY OF THE
There are no diseases so debilitating In their
effects upon the constitution as the above,
and nono more difficult to cure by the usual
mode of practice. Tho Fover and Aguo I'oW
dcrs will effect a cure In cases ol tho longest
standing as well as provo a preventative In
the forming stagoa ot tho dlscasod. Doing
purely vegetable, they act with certainty on
tbe disease, totally eradicating It from the
system, and prevent a return at any future
Why wasto your money and health In try
ing every medlclno you bear of, when
Thompson's Fever and Aguo powders Imvo
never failed to euro the Chill In any caso.
REASONS WHY THEY ONLY SHOULD
Their reputation Iscstabllsbed. Thousands
of testimonials have been received, showing
that those powders have porlonncd miracli s
In curing cases of long standing, many ot
them considered hopeless.
There Is no risk In taking them. They
contain nothing Injurious, ami, therefore,
none ot the lingering diseases so olten tho
result ot tho many nostrums ol tbe day
Physicians recommend thorn as superior to
qulmno'or any other known rcmody, for
they leave tho system In a healthy stato, and
tbo patient beyond tbo probability of a re
lapse. 11KWARE OF COUNTKRKEIT8. Tho
fcnulne aro put up In square tin boxes.with
HOMl'SON'H FEVKR AND AOUK l'OW
DKIIS stamped on tho lid, and tho signature
of Tiiomi'ron As CM awvoiiu on tho wrapper.
None other can possibly do genuine,
THE OKIAT EXTERNAL BEHKDi T0B
OIA, SPRAINS, ETO,,
OOOD F011 MAN OR HEAS1
This liniment has earned for Itself a repu
tation unequalled In tbe history of exteruul
applications, gjf Thousands who now suf
fer from rheumatism, neuralgia, etc., would
Und Immediate roller rrom an pain by using
tbls certain remedy. It Is equally effectual
In cuts, burns, scalds, stiffness of tbe neck,
soro throat, swellings, liillamations, frost
bites, pains In the side, or back, bites of spi
ders or stings of Insect.
One rubbing will, In all case, give Imme
diate relief, and a few application a com
On account ol ita powerful penetrating
properties It Is beyond doubt tbe surest rem
edy for tbe most troblesome diseases to
which horses aad cattle are liable. It cure
scratches, old and fresh cut or sores, chafes
produced by tbe collars or saddles, injuries
caused by nail or splints enterlug tbe flesh
or bopfi, bruises, sprains, iweeney. spavin
tbrusb, uBd all diseases which destroy tbe
hoof or bone of the feet, . .
qyrull diiectloB accompany each bot
tle. The above are prepared only by
141 Market Street, 1'hlladelphla,
Aad aold by storekeepers generally through
put tbe country. MOltu-e-w.
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TKUTONIA LIFE IN3URAN0B
OF OHIOAQO, ILLIN OIB.
UENr'L.OrnoE, 17'i Waiiiinoton St.
This Herman I.lfo Instiranro Company
gnarantees tint only Vald-up l'ollclos but
also a Value In Cash on tho Non-forfolture
IOIIN A. UUOK, - - Viesldent
0. KNOIIRLUDOMF, - - - (Secretary
JOHN W. l'lllJlCSH,
Agcut for Cairo and vicinity.
8KCTION NO. 7.
Association for promoting Mfe Insuranco
and Hick llellof y weekly duos and mutual
co-operation In objects of puhllo benellt.
'II10 Mln Insuranco I'ollolos will bo Issued
by tho Tcutonla Llfo Insuranco Company.
JOHN W.rilUK3, Ao'T.
FIRE AND MARINE
MIAQAEA, B. T.,
QBEsf ABIA, B, T.,
HANOVER, 5, T.,
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MlrUIILIO, B. T,
Assets TU,U 00
Oomprlslog the Underwriters' Aaenoy,
TOBXBM, B. T.,
Assets ITS 4M
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BEOUUITT, M. T. MABINE,
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Htotes, DwslllDgs, Furniture, Hulls and Oar
goss. Insured at rates as favorabltas sound, per
msnent sucurltv will warrant.
1 reapQiruii7 asa 01 in cuistasoi ue
shareof Ihsir patronage.
C. H. lICaHsTH.
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No, Pub. aad U,H.Oom
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TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFC AMD
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RAIL WAT PABBIMOEM ASflUKANCl
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ami Eighth MroetV'
Or cbamoU and rabbit kln
for weak Isuisj.
At BARCLAY latOaV
TOR BORE TIIKOAT.
Prepared and aold
11 r IIAIIOLAY JtKOi
C And DlslnfectaaU torSteMa,
At 1IAROLAY BROS,
And "Unlver Waadard.'
At UAROLAY BRObV
HYLAND & BAUER,
AMD PBALBB IB
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Corner 10th street and Commercial areas'
neat door to tho Uyland aaloas.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND MULCH IN
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RMp the best or InI, Fork, MqMob Veal.
Lamb, Sausac, ato., sad are preMwad 10 aarta
eltiseas In the most aeeepKle miaaer.
(Successor to Jamc Kynaston,)
IluTcnaa and Dbalbb ib all Suds or
Corner nihbiebtb akd poflaji Inw
Buy and slaughter Only the beet eattl,
hog and sheep, and I prepared to all aay
douiand for fresh meat from one pouad to
ton thousand pounds.
PARKER k BLAKE,
VIA LBS IB
wall paper, PAnrra
rattF. Bestailse, UaMUste,
Aad th eslsbraUd lUBietsIlM
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All. MAT. ,
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Leave Cairo DAILY, (BnaiifiBiaBlH) at
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CARPENTERS &. JOINERS
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