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" ' r": ' oairo. Illinois! saturdayi junb 7, llraT
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
' .THE BULLETIN.
MMMlla"t r iwrjf attjarr.
1 OUR CHURCHES.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH IHchtccntli street
between Wellington nnd walnut.
Heeling every Biwiiay at iuj n. in., inn o .
p, m.
Nunday school at .1 p. ni. ,
t'HWBYTERtAN KtRktta Street.
lTachlmr,.8abbath at 101 a.m. and 7 1
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7t p. id
3bnath Behoof, 8 pm J.M.LansdeB,
perlntendent. , Bkv. JI. Tmayxr, Fai
I KTUODlSTvCor. KHrhth and Walnut I
i.ni. anu piu
i ID.
IB. 8U
verlntendent. , Bkv. JI. Tkayrr, Pastor
MKTHODIST.-Cor. KHthth and Walnut fits.
ireacmug, bbudbih u .iu., i"
Vraver meeting, Wedneday,7, p.m.
Infcth 8chooU !l.P.m. L. W7 Btlllwell,
I'reaCDlQC) BeUDaui u Hrta.nK, auu i i, m
superintendent. Mtv. V. L. Thompson,
Pastor.
IHURCU OF TtlK 1HWEKM1CR (Kl'l'c-
Morning prayers. Babbath 104 -m.
Kvenlng prayer. 7) p.tu.
Sabbath achool,l a.m.
Kzv.K. CO an, lUctor.
BT. PATRICK'S CHURCH Ninth St. and
Washington Avenue,
Public leiTtoe, Babbath 6:19 and 10) a.m.
Vttner. 7 D.m.
Babbath School, 3 p.m.
Service every day, 8 a.m.
Ktv. P. J. O'Uaixoiux, Frleit.
oT. JOSEPH'S CHURCH.-fGcrman,) cor
ner of Walnut and Ctom rtreeta.
Maim, every Babbath at 10 o'clock a. in.
Vespers, 2 p. m.
Mann during weekday, H o'clock a. m.
Hkv. C. Hoffman, Priest.
OKRMAN LUTHERAN CHURCU-13th
treat between Washington Avenue and
Walnut street. . , ,
Preaching Bunday morning at 10 o clock.
Babbath School at 2 o'clock p.m.
ItKV. C. DUBReCIINXIl, Pnntor.
fOUNQ MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting tccond Monday
each month at their room over Rockwell
Co'a book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly I'reyor meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. at
the. room, ... '
L. W. Stillwkix. I'retldent.
SECOND M1B8IONABV BAPTIST
CHURCH. Corner Sycamore and horty
firat street. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. ni.
The church la connected with the IUIiioIh
Awoclation, by the First MIIoimry Bap
tilt Church ot Cairo.
1UV. SOLOMON I.RONARD, Partor.
AFRICAN METIIODI8T. Fourteenth, bo
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Service, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Batata School, 1) p.m.
Class meets at a p.m.
BKCOND FBEE WILL BAPTIST Fif
tiesta Street, between Walnut and Cedar.
Service! Sabbath, Hand 3p.m.
Rev. N. hicks, Pajrtor.
rRKE WILL BAPTIST HOME MISSION
SABBATH SCHOOL. Comer Walnut
ud Cedar 8treeU.
wSSanWT CHURCH
Curry'i Bamcka
Service!, Sabbath 11 a.m.. 3 p.m. & 7 p. m.
Rev. Wm. Kkllky, Pastor.
KUtST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
Cedar, between rtinin ana leuiu on.
i.m.
Babbath School, 1ft p.m. John Vanliaztcr
aud Mary SUpheni, SuperintondenU.
RV. T. J. HBORKfl, l'astor.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH Fourteenth
wbetweeB Cedar and Walnut. The
only Baptist church recognized by the As-
SenrlcciSabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Hrv. Jacob Dummy, Klde r.
SECRET ORDERS.
THE MASON 8.
CAIRO COMMAMDKBY. NO. ML-Mated
Asaewbly at the AiylumMaionio Hall, tint
and third Mondays In eaehawiw.
CAIRO COUNCIL, Wo. M.-Ragular Convo
uSeaatMaielc HaU, tka taoond Friday
-In tilth " '"
CAIRO -CHAPTER Mo. 71.-KCMh Con;
tocMIob at Maaoalo Hall, on the third
Tueadar 61 every month,
JAUtO LODGE, So. M7 . 4 A. M--Begu;
lar Oommuntcatlom at Maaonlo Hall, tho
MCOBd and fourth Mondays or each mouth.
THE ODD-FELLOWS.
ALEXANDER LODGE, 234 Meets In Odd
FeUowa' Hall, In Artefs building, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
STATE 0FFI0ER8.
Governor John L. BcrcrUlgc.
Lieutenant-Governor
Secretary of State-Ocorge 11. Harlow.
Auditor or State C. E. Llpplncott.
Bute Treasurer Cajpcr Hut.
Attorney General Jamci h. Ldxall.
Supt. Public Inst ruction-Newton Uateman
CONGRESSMEN. , , ,
Senators-Richard J. Oglcuby aud John A.
Ll8epreienUttV0 Eighteenth putrict-lsaco
Clement. '
MEMBERS GENUUAL ASSEMBLY.
Hepresentatlvee In tho 00th iWrlct.j
John U. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math-
'mtorror'the BOth dltrict.-.Te9e Ware,
'" COUNTY OFFICER8.
CIRCUIT COURT.
Judge D. J. Baker, or Alexander.
State's Attorney Patrick II. Pop.
Clerk R. S. Yocum.
Sheriff A. U. Irvln. ,
Wb. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
OOUKTY COURT.
Judge-- F. Bros.
Associates J. K. McCrite and S. Marcull
oon. .
Clerk1 Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John U. Gossman.
MUNICIPAL GO VERNMEN T.
Mnnr John Wood.
Iteasurer B. A. Cunningham.
Coaptrollor-E. II. FallU
i-lorlr lllnhaBl Hnwlev.
rk ;
Attomev H. Watson Webb.
4
1
Police naguiraies r . iiron anu o. .i,
Bird.
Marshal and Chlcror Police Wm.MoUalc.
Street commimioncr u. .. uuuigau.
tTa.iih ortlpur AV. Wootcn.
Members Poltco Force A. Cain urgent,
F. WhltcamprPhllllp Helm, Cha. Meliuer
anu i a.
nitin nr ALDKKUKM.
First ward -Hiram Blxby and J. M,
nullum.'
Second ward Herman Meyers and Wood
Third ward John McEwen and F. Kor-
mrourth ward-0. F. Nellls and M. J
Firth ward-Jno. H. Robinson and ym
U, Mom.
AT BT!
BAM WILBON,
BBAIilB 1
-BOiLTIBTOBaDa J-
PBOVISIOHB T0.
0w Lim Oaoo, Ili.
D1NNI80N B IVATKNT
IPPINQ TAGS.
Over M0 mlUloni have been used
A by frT.t,r. wd sutionerf
urns
ifilaanaa
Reported Expressly Tor the Bulletin.
MISCELLANEOUS.
'SIXTY THOUSAND DOLIiAHS
, HID FOR CAPTAIN J AUK
FOR SIXTV DAYS.
SECOND DAY OF THE .1 IMIHiUB
AT CHICAGO.
HAlIiROAI) CELEUHA'.l'lON AT
(1 KEEN RAY, WISCONSIN.
WOT-MUOinCRKASR IN THE
IS I'MUKK OK DEATHS IN
MKMl'HIS.
NASHVILLE ALARMED 'AT THE
APPEARANCE OF THE D1S
F.ASK IN THAT CITY.
ETO.,
ETC
UllAt.L CAI'TAIST JACK nK KXIIIIItTr.il.
An ontorprliolng Indivldunt wrltoi to
tlio government, from TilIin,'()hlo,ollirlug
to pay tlx thouinnd dollars for tho prlvl-
lego uf oxlilbltlng Captain Jack through
out tho country during ilxty dv.. Tho
showman promises to keep .lack iccuroly,
troat him well, and return lil.n to tho gov-
orninontat tho expiration of sixty days,
provided lio does not commit mloMr, In
which caio tho govornmont will rccoivo
only ono thousand nor day for tlio tlmo ho
romalna in thoMiowinan'i liandtalivo. It
is proposed to pay thirty thoumnd upon
tho delivery of Jack at Chicago, and
tho remainder at tlio cloio of tho two
montln.
TIIK LAST CONCKIIT.
CniCAdo, June G. Tho last of the reg
ular concerts or thejubileo was givon this
afternoon, to an audionce that, while not
so largo ax tnat oMait ovoning, wm still 1 of
lulllcient itro to crowd very uncomforta
bly the imraonio dopot whoro tho concerts
bftvo boon given, and being largely com
posed of children, it exceeded in nolio and
confucion oithor or those or yettorday. As
natural conioquencc, tho olTect of tho
tnuiic, particularly the orcliostral piece,
was almost ontlroly destroyed.
The chortiio, which wero atl given by tho
public school children, wera given in a
very creditable mannor, and evoked en-
thutlastto. applause. Arbuckle's cornet
solo, which was, In spite or tho confusion,
beautifully renderod, and was recoived
with immenio applauio, and the encore
was good naturodly compltsd with. This
concert ends the musical part or th regu-
UrprogrAmme,butarrangomontshaveheen
mado for a concert to-morrow ovoning, for
Mr. Gllmoro's benefit. To night a hall
will ho given In tho Board of Trade hnll.
To-morrow a number of excursions on tho
lake will bo given.
TIIK SITUATION' IN MKUl'ltlS.
Almil'llis, JunoO. Thcro Is but littlo
oxcitomont in regard to tho cholora,
though thero is little, if any, decrease in
mortality, and physicians my thus far
nearly every caso which was promptly
troatod on first appoarance of the disease
has boen successfully treated, though in
in some instances death has ensued In four
or five hour. Tho Appeal lay out of 307
dotillu since May 2, to date, only '23 nrn
reported as cholora, ny tho attending phy
sicians.
wAtwoitTU's ruNKr.Ai..
Saratoua, June 0. The romalns or
Manstlold T. Walworth arrived hero this
afternoon, and wero followed to the grave
by a largo portion of tho relatives of the
the deceased, residing horo, and others from
abroad. Mr. Walworth and her son,
with Fathor Claranco Walworth, occupied
one of the carriages.
KAILnOAII COMI'LKTKIl.
Mm.waukici, June C Tho Milwaukoo
& Northern railroad reached Green Day
to-day, where the evont is being appropri
ately celebrated, Bands aro playing, and
cannons firing. The last spike was driven
by Mayor Klani.
CHOLXIIA.
Nasuvili.k, Juno 0 Thero has boon
considerable excltomen, horo about some
roportod caseiof cholera. The physician
say the diseaso ia sporadic cholera, and
not epidemic. Tho excitement ! subsiding-
lkttkb mou VIKN.VA.
Cincinnati, May 0. Prof. K. N.
Ilarsford of Cambridge, Massachusetts,
American commissioner to Vienna, In
charge or the rood department, writes
from that city May IS, the day after bis
arrival, to a friend in Cincinnati, stating
that the .cartoon sont by the Cincinnati
Pork-packer association wore about tho
only, tblng tn order In tho American de
partment; that thov aro In a desirable po
sition, and will 'krrntt lti lttnntlnn nf all
visitors to that quartor. Ho pronounoes
them unique, characlarlttlo and useful.
and adds they will be remembered with
mo grsnt wings ot the Exposition.
WEATHER REPORT.
WAsiiiNaTON, June 6, Probabilities
For, ,New England on Saturday winds
shirting to northerly and westerly, clear
and clearing weather probably. For Mid
dle states northerly and woitorly winds,
somewhat lower temtMmtura. .nAi... n;
partly eloudy weather. For Lower Lake
region winds veering to northerly and
easterly, lower temperature, clear or
partly cloudy., weather. For the South
.vm ana xennestee part y
i" V r ' "i iigai rain,
" j Tr;i .w,":r ? oiear or
sola outherly to WMterlywIadi,
CRIME.
LENOTMV RKCOFl) OK CltlME
AND CRIMINALS.
ASASINATED-TUKFT ItAl'E
INQUEST KOUOEUY.
KT., KTC.,
BTt
IIA.NCIKl).
WASiitNaToN, June C.Toni Wright
was hangod'lo-day In the jail yard, for tho
murder or Hogerikl, Uoapponrod iincon
corneil, and mounted tho gallows with n
tlrm step, smiling meanwhile, until tlio
black cap was adjusted. At ten minutes
past twolvo tho drop foil. Life wni not
extinct till a lapse of sevcnlcon minute.
The neck was not brokon, tho man bolfig
chocked to death, Thero wero about -I00
porsens in tho Jail yard and several thou
sand oiitsldo. Many wore on homo tups
and othori on high points where thuy
could hnvn a full view of tho execution.
to hk htruno nr.
IIaltimoiik, Juno i, A ikk'IhI from
Anapolls snys the court of appal In tho
ensu of Joshua Nicholson, convicted of tho
murder of Mr. Dsinploy, alUrnn tlio rul
ing ot tho court below. It now romalns
for tho court to pass sentence, nnd for tho
government to fix n day for the execution.
llalluhnn, who was tried Jointly with
Nicholson, And.whoo execution was fixed
for the lath Inst., will probably bo respited
by tho governor, nnd oxecutcl at the lamo
future tlmo.
WAl.Won.TII IMJUKBT.
New Yoiik, Juno A, At tho inquest of
tbo Walworth caso to-day, II. 0. liarrett,
clerk of tho Sturtevant house, testified ho
had beon acquainted with Walworth, .Sr.,
and Frank Walworth, about two years.
On Monday afternoon about n o'clock tho
prisoner roglstorcd hi namo; ho asked
for a room nnd his dinnor, but did not
mako any inquire regarding hi father's
whoroabouta ; during tho afternoon the
prlioncr wont out of tho hotel and re
turned about 7 o'clock In the evening;
witnoss took supper with him.
ASSASSINATED.
Uazklton, Pa., Juno C Henry .Stan-
fen borg yesterday domandod some money
from a widow named ltoilly, which ibe
refused him. Ho then beat and stalihcl
lior sovorcly ; also a littlo girl In the same
house, and ho Is still in the neighborhood,
not arrested.
coe Tin: roBtiER.
Hoston, Juno C It is rumored that the
grand Jury who aro engaged in tho inves
tigation of the irregularities of James A.
Coe, nllegod bank defaulter, havo discov
ered forgod certificates amounting to
$325,000.
ATTEMPTED OUTRAnC
llocilESTKit, Juno 0. Joo. I.ano, n
Spaniard, has beon nrrestod on thachargo
of attempting to ravish and murder Mrs.
Gazo, in her houso near Albion, Now
York, yosterday. Tho wowan is in a pre
carious condition.
mail nomiKu.
Hoston, Juno 0. Dudley, whose com
pliolty in tho exteniivo mail robbery was
announced, loft for PilUburg last night,
in custody of two officer. Mr. Dudloy
left on tlio same train with her husband,
POLITICAL.
.SENATOR DA.VI8 RETQjlNS
FROM A TOUR OF IN
SPECTION. TnE ATTORNEY GENERAL PJtK.
PARING UIB OPINION ON THJC
MODOC QUESTION.
ETC,
ETC.,
ETC.
SENATOR BAVIB.
Ciiioaoo, June G. Hon. II. G. Davis,
senator, of West Virginia, arrived in tho
city this evening, onroute home from Pa
cific coast. Senator Davis ii a member of
thocongressional committco on transporta
tion, and has boon collecting facts bearing
on tho subjoot, in connectloa with West
ern railroads.
TIIK MODOC HUESTION.
Washington, Juno 0. Attornoy Gen-
oral Williams is preparing bis opinion on
questions concornlng the Modoc. It will
be completed in iwo or lureeuayn.
SKCIIETAnY nouxsoN
This morning went to the navy yard to
resume investigation concornlng tho
Polaris.
CASUALTIES.
TOLEDO ALL ARLA.E.
AN
IMMENSE FIRE STRONG
WIND, ETC.
TOLEDO ON FIRE.
Toledo. Juno 0. A fire broko out at
0:30 this evening in the trunk factory of
Hroous, unase cc urawiun,rji. uiatr street,
botween Adam and Madison streets,
whlcho threatens to bo the most dltaater
ous which has occurred here in many
vears. The locality it in tho heart of thai
business portion of tbqeily, and already
manv atores are in flames. Tho wind U
blowing rrom the wott,and it It at present
Imeoitlblo to say where It ft likely to bo
checked. Tbo bulldiug ooouplod by the
daily 'Commercial' it now on fire. Fur
ther particulars as toon a possible
FOREIGN.
FAIN.
Madrid, June 0. Conitituent Cortet
li'engtged In verifying the lection of it
metnbtn. The credentials of 860 deputies
have so far boen approved. The govern'
roent hat resolved to leave (he settlement
of the paper enrrenoy question to the new
ministry, which will probably be rormed
ai.ioon a the corteelsln working order.
Till KltlTAH qUMTION.
' liOXDON. Juno 0. A dispatch to tho
London Time from Central Asia an.
nounces the arrlvdl at Kraanondsk on the
'Jatti or May, of the South Caspian detach.
niontof the UuMlrtU expedition nculnst
Uhlvan. -
11IEP.
Hamui-kii, Juno 0. Princess Auguta
ol Leugustz, widow of King Frederick
William Hi, of Prussia, died to-day.
lts.ni.iH, June (I. A dispatch from
Carlstadt announces the death there v(
l'rlnco Adalbert, cousin or Emperor Wil
liam. At HI NO TIIK INMintlKllTION,
Havana, Juno" 0. It It reported that
petsont f known Carllst proclivities In
Santcngo Do ('ubn havo sent 20,000
pounds tlorllng tu tho Carllst committco
at London, to "it tho ipiurrortion In
.Spain.
RIVER NEWS.
i
Hlatnnl I'Allorthn MllfM
For 'it liourn ending :t p. m.,.limn d, t,;.
I Above I Change.
low
8TATIOSH. Iwalcr.
i?lFi
lloolivllln., ......
llnunwlcW
Cain
Cincinnati
Coiitlueiivo .... , ,
Davenport
KvoiiMvllle
Fort lleiiton
Fori Multli .
Frceport
Ilonnnmi
JcircrKoii City
Knnum City
Keokuk . ,
Leavenworth...
Lexington-
Little ltoek
Louisville ,
Marietta
Memphl
Morgantown,,..
Nashville ,
Now Orlenm ... .... ,
Oil City
Omaha ;
Pnducah
PltUburg
Plattsiuouth
Shreveport ,
St. Joseph....
St. Louis
St. Paul
Vtckiburg
Warsaw
Yankton
KinVIN OAKLAND
Ohhcrvvcr, Signal Service, U. S'
St. Louie, June, 0. Arrived: Andy
Johnson, Kookuk; Kyle and Maud, New
Orleans; liaker, Qmnoy; Molllo Kbert,
Pittsburg; Hock Island, St. Paul; Julia,
Vicksburg: Drown, Cairo. Departed:
Hismarck, Now Orleans; Andy Johnson,
Kookuk ; llolle Memphis, Mombhis ;
Marv AIoDowell, Missouri river; Minne
apolis, St. Paul ; Phil. Sheridan, Cincin
nati ; Hover, La Hallo. Hlslng (lowly,
but most upper itreams falling. There
acems to bo no indications of June freshet.
Cloudy and warm.
KvapThvii-i.c, Juno 0. Clear and hot,
Jlivor fallen 22 inane. Down: Sllvor
thorn, Taraicon, Mary Anient, F P Qra
coy, Henry Probasco, Up: Quickstep,
Mcssonor and barge, Dick Fulton and .1
H Ulglov, Alleghany llello and barges,
ltuitnos fair.
Memphis, Juno C Weather hot nnd
heavy rain atorm thi afternoon. "River
falling steadily. Arrived: Pat Hoger,
Cincinnati. Deparlod: City of Holona
Henry Ames, St. Louis; J E ltankln,Pine
Bluffs.
Cincinnati, Juno C River 10 feet and
railing. Departod: Lucy Ilertraro, St.
Louis; Andci, Wheeling. Woalbor fair
and hot.
ViCKSBtifto, Juno 0. Dawn: Mohawk
and bareea and Datle. Up: John How
ard, R. K. Lee, Colossal and Colorado.
Warm and cloudy.
Louisville, June 0. ltlvor falline;: 0
feet 8 inches canal: S foet 8 inches chute.
Weather clear and hot. No butlnoss.
Little Hock, June C Warm, cloudy ;
river rallen 10 feet 10 inhco. Departod;
CUrksvllle, above.
PlTT8iiuuo, Juno 0. Munongabola 3
reot O Indies ; rising siowiy. weatner
Indicates rain.
New Orleans, June 0. No arrivals or
departures. Clear ; thermometer 83,
Namiili.e, June C ltlvor falling 4 foet
on Harpeth shoal.
MARKET REPORT.
Nsw OrlSanh, June C Klnur dull,
XXX S7fSiH: family $0010 a5. Corn
nuiat, white 00C2c. Oat S0c. llran
dull 7Co. Hay, prime fnH. ' Pork
nominal $17 26. llacon dull 7c: side 02
!lli! hams lilrHc: lard dull, tlerco 01::
Kog 1UJC wnisney auu igp)ao. ro
i..r-. ., T ' . .. ,.
movement In moiasso, uoueo iB(j)20jcj
terling 28Jo; light 281. Premium gold
173c. Cotton dull: lower: sale 2000: eood
order 14j16oi low middlings lCIGo;
middlings ie(niHio; iniuaungs, orieant
181o; recoipit 51 uao; exports, uroai
llritlsn 0U1; coast 22. ritock 70.21C.
weeklv sales 10,000: receipts $18 575;
gross 8,0"yi oxporU, Great Oritian 13,008;
coast 0,301; continent 6,389.
8t. Louis, June u. jfiour auu, weaic
and unchanged. Wheat, fall firmer with
ale bettor; No 2 red fl t8I CO; No 3
$1 40; nothing doing in tprlng. Corn
quiet ana easier; no t mnou atn envnior,
343tfo sacked. Ilarloy very dull; No 2
tpffni; 6Sc. live dull, 0CQ08O. Pork
lowor anu uu.cuicu, iuuufiu uvi,
Bulk meats dull nnd nominal, llacon flat
and irregular; shoulders sold 7l7Jc; clear
rib olc. Lard dull and downward ten
dency; country 7Io. Wbltkey Heady.
Citttlo quiet anu uncuaogeu. itug luwsr
and range $l3 35.
CniCAiio, Juno 4. Flour qulot. AT heat
active; No 2 tprlng $1 28 catb; No 2
mixed $1 34) cash. Oat advanced; No 2
28Jc cash; 30c July Rye and borloy
dull. 'NVblikey ttoady, 000. Pork quiet
and unchanged, $15 Bo oash; $15 75 July.
Card in fair demand, 8 30 June: f 8 31 J
118 50 Jly. Uulk most steady; shoulder
881cj S R middlos 8,0. Bacon quiet
tkl nnoltsirisvnfi.
'.Tana 6. 1 Cotton aulet; eood
ordliary, 1516io; low mlddllnij 1717io
Flour dull. Corn quiet, 5057o. Oata1
dull 434o. ltay r '7"
1318iT Corn moileesler, 05. Votk
ouu-ana aroopins;,
and drooping, 0lf50Jk. Bacon flrraMj
thoulder7Jc; etde fl8o. '
ltlse. Fall.
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(MSIIMN ANB -BWABIIN4.
HALLIDAY BHOTUE11S
GENERAL AGENTS
FORWARDING anu COMMISSION
St U It ' II A N TN.
DEALERS IN FIOUK;
Ami As.at. of .
IIIIIO H1VKH AND KANAWHA
3A.LT COTwd:iJV.lTIJ33S.
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
Oaibo, Illiwoih.
COEFEV. PACE Sc CO.,
r e K W A R.B I N II
A N II
COMMISSION MERCHANTS'
DEALERS IN
HAY,
CORN.
OATH,
MEAL,
FLOUll AND COUNTRY PHODUOK
OA I It O, ILLINOIS.
a-i2tr
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
fOKWAHDINO MKKCHANTB,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fob FAIRBANKS HOALKS
Ohio Levee, CAIKO. 1LLIN01H.
C. CLOSE,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Limk, Cimknt, Plastkii, II Ain. Kro.
tSsTl will Mil lii car load loli :,t iiunufno
turcrx' price, adding rrelght, 4-2-tl
J. M. I'HILLIPS k CO.,
(Muiic.stor to C, 11, llendrloss A Co.)
Forwarding nnd Commission
MERCHANTS,
mo
WHARF-llOAT PBOPKIKTOH8.
MUral AJfuinWul tnadn atjfJ
ujtoo OaoslgsmenU,
Art pr.p.r.d to rvcalva Mora anil lorw.nl
h-tlghti to all point, and buy an J
sail 00 oommlmon,
eertluiln... .ii.nill lo prnmpllvi
H. I). Avaim.
K.J. Avail
AYERS & CO.,
FLOUR
ANP
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Oiuo Lbvbk, Cairo, Illh.
l-7tr,
WOOD UITTENHOUHH & RRO
FLOUR
1,1
Comniimiion
General
Merohan
11 OHIO LSVKB.
BA.ieOXjA."Y BROTHERS,
WIIOI.ICiJAl.t: AND RETAIL
I) It U G
inntiRantr.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
aoxc:i?.A.:rr-jr.
OF CUIOAOO, ILUNOIH.
CiNr'L.Orrit'c, 17i! WashikotonSt. !
A.oa?rvjv, SSSO.00C J
Till. Oennan Life lumiriuiru Company t
UnaranU'i-n not only lald-lip I'nllcleN hut ,
al.o a N'aluo In I'nili on th Nnn-forfclturo 1
pi au
JOHN A. UUOK. -O.
KNOBKLHDORF, -
. President '
Hecrotary 1
JOHN AV. PRUKHS.
Ai'nnt for Cairo nnd vicinity,
UISMARK RUND.
SKCTION NO. 17.
Atsacmtlon for promoting Life Insiirniico
ami Hick Itrllnf liy wetikly line nnd mutual
co-operation in oujecia or puiiiin iiviioiiu
Tlio l.lle lUNiirniivn l'ollulra will his Ixsiiod
by thn Teiitonln Life lustiraiicu Company,
It. MKYKRB.JProsldeut.
JOHN Xf. PJtUF.SU, Ao't.
for Cairo sttsd Vlelssttr
I
FIRE AND MARINE
I1TSTJBA ITOil
CUHPANIKIS.
MIAOAHA, H. V.,
AM.Ir tl,K,!10
OIBUAN1A, M. T.,
A...u i.oes.iil in
UAMOVBB, M. T.,
As.cls..
IICrOllMO, K. Y,
Am.i .....TU.eaa 00
OomprUluK the Und.rwiltvr.' Af noj.
ToNxiaa, n. t,
A,IU T
ALnANr CITT,
i.t.1. M.M
iircukn's ruKi, a. r.,
Al..
eaOUIHTV, N. Y. UAniNB,
i.i.t - !.'.
HtoiM, Dw.lllDKf, Kurnltur. Hulls and 0r
., In.uroil it ratrt aa f.ttrljli iCunl, per
m.n.Dl ..ourllv will warrant.
1 rn.iwQiriilly ask of Iho ollison.ol C
abu.oriti.ir patronage, fi
W. 11. Mortu,
Nnt.ry I'ulillc.
It.
No. full, sail It.H.Oom
KIRK, HULL, CARGO, LIVK BTOOK
' AOCIDKNT, LIFK,
JT.THA, HARTKOKll, I
A... I
,tl,CW U
UllTIIAMKBIUA,fA., '
ABfOt.tM,...M,,
,.....tl,TU,000 00 I
UARTKOHD, CONN.,
. W,MMn TJ
PU(ENIZ,llARTKORI),
IHIIIMIIHXHIHHIMIMIIMHIS ee91 TH (148 06
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
s.MtttMe . ... it5 1SA)BDB
PUTNAM, UAHTFORl),
i;oe,n
OI.KVKLAND, OI.KVKLAND,
.,,... UI5.07J r
IIOUK.OOLUMDUS,
..'. I1M.S7S 4S
AUKHIUAN OKNTRAL, MO.,
noo.ooa v
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Aiiats...
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4.K.I....
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A.t.la...
Aia.Ca,..
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL.. LIFE,
A..U ! 110,000,000 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFJC AND
ACCIDENT,
AsMli - 11.600,000 e
RAIL WAT fASaENOERS AHflURANOE
CO., nARTFORD,
AVJtltlt.t.tsMHleMieMaltty)0Oll)0 M
iMDxriMDurr, Borrow,
Ata(lw..eeeMiMMMeseei.e . ttHWW W
y AFFORD, MORRIS OA NDKK,
l Me MvM, . y,
IK
BWl,MlfesS.STTnT4 1 1 Duk SPjSnilSn'OT is3 l'PlLaJ
-3WsswE7T?aeBfWSf ig .sasnaasnBFvsc--
GISTS,
s
74, OHIO
1
Hclnll and rrcscriplii
.uini:i If i.n,i,ifiiii oil.
mm rnia ttreot.
CHEST VROTKOTOHS,
Of I'hamoli and ratihll ski
fur vrceK IlltiKS,
At llAIft'LAV HMOS,
OIII.OIIATK
3LO Z BIT Grin
IMIt HOItK THROAT,
I'repniTd ami (old
II v BARCLAY UROh
HORSE AND
CATTLE MEDICINE!
And niHinrocianu lor Hiaowi
At BARCLAY BROS.
FINE CIGARS,
IIO.NKY UKK,"
" YOUNO AMKlllOA,
And Uitlvrra Btandanl.'
i
At BARCLAY BROS,
BirrcHKM.
1IYLAN1) & SAUER,
BUTCHERS
ANII DBAI.in IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OK KVEUY.BKSC1UPT10N,
Corner 10th atreot and Commercial avenn
next door to the Uyland anloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
JACOR WALTER,
BTJTOHHB
AND DK tLEIl IN
4
FRESH MEAT,
ElQiiTii Btubbt, Bktwbbn WAJBIataTOIS
AMD COMIIBROIAU AvilUBe,
AcUalstlsMt KI'tMlsosue sutel Hastssr
IlMp lh ti.nl or UMl,.Porli, Muttea Vaal.
Lamb, Sumii, to jmfpn repars4 le aervo
ollis.n. Id the mo.1 4evBtabl rnaan.r.
JOHN BMIT1I,
(Succeor to James Kynsston,)
BUTCUR AMD DlALIB IM ALL KlMDfl OT
Fmsn Miats.
CORNBR NWBTRMTn AND POPLAK STI.,
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
Buys and alaugbter only the best oat lie,
liotrs and ahoep, and la prepared to 111 any
demand tor fresh meats trow one pound.to
run IUOUMUU pOUBUfc j.
ITMMMAII. -r-NO.
CAIRO AND PADUeAH
All, MAT,
Th. aplMilid alaasasr
Dick Fowlbb, Oaptala
Leave Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
4 p.m For frolht opaaaage appry on ooat or
to J a.. Uallory, Af'L
tr 'i
HOYAL HAIL frrEAMKM.
OAHRTINU THI aVAIXal
Steam Semi-Weekly Betweea
NEW .YORK AND LIVERPOOL
Via QuKiseTowir, - 1
1'asxeiiK'crs booked to Loadetl, QJaafew.
Londonderry, Cardltt, Bristol,' wel naaoe,
Oermany, -wedetj, NorwarsM Deaeaarfc
And From tlio above naaaed plaees to all Mm,
principal lUllway WsWew lit Ue UaHeel
States ou Througk tleka4,
Ass Kirlatteesaireiesa 'It
The atUai&W rsowTwlasurur te tw4
to the old eeaittrv lor tkeer Msafi. U eM
to the KresttteWtUi JeWed
bratod Lie eTOeeaa Meaaahlps, Jt;.,
beon in etteeeMfti etMHUea staee lH,'stl .
nowhere Us It H seat ol j wmm e
weu as itvtjH
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