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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
THE BULLETIN.
HrmllMK mill tr on every pngt'.
OUtt 0HURUIIE3.
CHRISTIAN CHUIHTiT-Elifhtccnlli street
between Washington and Walnut,
Meeting every Sunday at 101 m,, ami 8
p. u.
.Sunday school at .1 p. ni.
I'ra) emitting Wednesday evcnlug.
PRKaHYTERIAN-F.bt.Btb Street.
Preaching, Habbath at 101 a.m. and 7 p.m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7 p. m.
abbath School, ! p.m. J. M. Lansdsn, Hu
pcrliitcndcnt. Kiev. II. Thaykh, Pastor
METHODIST.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut St.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10 a.m., and 7 p. m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, 3. p.m. L. W. btlllwell,
Kuperlntendcat. Itsv. F. L. TuoMi'SO.v,
Pastor.
CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER Wco
tial.) Morning prayer. Sabbath 10i a.m.
Evening prayers, 7J p.m.
Sabbath School, 0 a.m.
Rev. E. Coin, Hector.
ST. PATIUCK'S CHUltCU-Nlnth St. and
Washington Aeuue.
Public service, Sabbath 8:10 and 104 a.m.
espers, i p.m.
Sabbath School. 1 p.m.
Service every day, a.m.
Rev. P. J. 0'IUi.lokax, Priest.
eT. JOSEPH'S CHURCII.-(Gcnnan,, cor.
tier ol Walnut and Cross streets.
Mum, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
Vespers, 'i p. m.
Muss during week days, 8 o'clock a. in.
Kkv. C. Hokkman, priest.
GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCII-I3tb
street between Washington Avenue and
Walnut street.
Preaching Sunday monuug at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath school at 2 o'clock p. m.
Kr.v. C. Dl'kiihciimu, Pastor.
YOUNG MEN'S CIIUISTIAN ASSoCIA
TION. Kegular meeting second Monday
each month at their room over Itockwcll
ti Co's book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7J p.m. at
the room,
L. W. Btii.i.will, President.
SECOND MISSIONARY HAPTIST
CllUItCH. Cornsr Syeamore and Forty-
nr.t streets. Preacblug Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. in. and 3 o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
The church Is connected with the Illinois
Association, by the Pint Milonary llap-
tl.t Church ot Cairo,
iter. Solomon Lkonahd, Pa.-tor.
AFRICAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Services, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sa'ibath School, p.m.
Clans meets at 3 p.m.
SECOND FUEE WILL liAPTISP-Flf-
teentb Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbath. 1 and 8 p. m.
Hev. N. hicks, Pastor.
FKKE WILL HAPTIST HOME MISSION
SAHIJATH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School. U a.m.
FIIIST Kit EE WILL HAPTLST CHURCH
-Curry's Ilarracks
services, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p. u. A 7 p.m.
Rkv. Wm. Kkllkc Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONARY HAPTIST CHL'RCll.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth Sts.
Preaching Sabbath, 101 ,m. ani 71 p.m.
Pra)er meetlUL-, H ednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbatli scliool, 11 p.m. Jobn VanUazter
aud Alary Stejihens, Superintendents.
RkV. T. J. SHOKKS, Pa.tor.
bKCOND HAJ'TIST CHURCH-Fourternth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. Tbe
only Haptlst church recognized by the Ai-
teOl'IltloU.
Services Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
Iir'. Jacob Hkaiii.kv, Klder.
skouet'oiideks.
TI1E MASONS.
CAIRO COMA1ANDERY, No. 13. Stated
Assembly it tho Asylum Masonic Ilall, tint
and third Mondays to etch month.
CAIKO COUNCIL, No.is.-Regular Convo-
cation at Masonic llatl, the second Friday
In each month.
CAIKO CHAPTER No. 71. -Regular Con-
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tuesday ol overy month.
JAIRO LODGE, So. S37 F.iA. M.-Regu-
lar Communlcationa at Masonic mil, the
second and fourth Monday, of each mouth.
T1IK ODD-KELI.OWS.
ALEXANDER LODGE, W Me eU in Odd.
Fellows' Hall, in Artcr building, evur
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS.
Governor John L. lleveridgc.
Lleutenant-Oovernor
Secretary of Stato George II. Harlow.
Auditor of State C. E. Llpplneotl.
State Treasurer dsper Ituu.
Attorney uenerui jiuiiib n. riun.
hupt. Public Instruction-Newton Hatetnan
CONOllESSMEN.
Senators Richard J. Oglesby and John A.
Logan.
Representative Eighteenth Dlitrict lsacc
Clement.
MEMHERS GENERAL AS3EMRLY
Representatives In the Wtu dltrlct.
John ,11. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma aud Math
w J. Inscore.
ituator for tho 60th dlstrlct.-Jesse S are.
COUNTY OFFICERS.
CIRCUIT COUHT.
Judge D. J- Uakor, of Alexander.
State's Attorney-1'atrlck II. Pope.
Clerk It. S. Yocum.
ShoritT-A. H. Irvln.
Wm. Martlu Assessor and Treasurer.
COUNTY COUKT.
Judge- V. Brosa.
Associates J. K. McCrite and 9. Marchl)
oon. Uerk Jacob 0. Lynch.
Ccruner John II. Gostman,
MUNICIPAL "gOVEIINMKNT.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer H. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. H. Fallts.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Attorney-ll. Watson ob.
l'ollco Magistrates F. liross aud J. J.
"MarshalandChlorofl'olIce-Wm.MoHale.
Street Commissioner 1. J. Giilllgaii.
Health Olllccr W. Woolen.
Members Police Korci' A. Cain sargent,
V Wlutcamp, l'hllllp Helm, Cbas. Mehnor
and P. A. Conant.
BOAHD OF AT.PKUMKN.
First wurd-Hlrum Ulxby and J. M.
rSecond ward-Herman Meyers and Wood
Third ward-John MeEwon and F.
Kors-
mFourth ward C.
F. Nclllt and M. J.
Mp" th ward-Jno. II. Koblnson and Wm.
II. Morris.
BOAT HTBBEd.
BOAT BTOBHB
amooxBixa.
provisions;
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Ho. lto
Obi Lnn
CA.IM, 111
"DBNNISON'S .PATENT
"onioPINa TAGS.
nAAininnshave been used
UltUli i the pset ten years, without
IwmpUlnt oPf loss by tag becoming
deuonedT All Express vo'-"'-M- "
Stationer
them, Bow by ifinnrs w
tTtfywhsTe,
lU-dltu
8AM WILSON,
tutu i
mi
TMOBflPHlC
I Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
! POLITICAL.
-
THE MEXICAN Ql'KSTION J5E
VIEWED JV AN AMERI
CAN GENTLEMAN
THE J.IOHT IN WHICH
MEXICANS VIEW IT.
Till
J1UVEMKNT FOR THE ANNEX A
iiu ur MOI5E TERRITORY
F.TC,
KTO.,
KIC.
n4:jica.v i.vj-onMATroN.
HT. j.ouis, Juno 'J. Dr. V. II. Williams
who has resided In the stato of Coahulla,
Jloxlco, for two years past, roached huro
and gavo sorau account of alfalrs In tbat
country. Ho confirms the capture of
(fen. I.csado, rebel chief, and states it was
believed he was Immediately shot. In re
lation to Cion. McKonzle'a pursuit and at
tack on tbe Kickapoo Indians
on .viexican soil, lit. Williams is of
the opinion thero will be no serious
complaint mado on tbe part of .Mexican
authorities, as tbe lattor have loni; felt
tho nocoislty of some mutual arrange
ment between tho two countries by
which Indian marauders upon either side
can be followed acrois thorlvsrand pun
ished by Mexicans If tbe outrage Ij
committed upon Its soil as well as by tbe
Americans as in tho Kickapoo affair. The
doctor apprehends that Mritrm.
will u(e the latter as a precedent, and
pursue the fugitives on this side of the
Kio Grande. They will be sure to avail
themselves of the examplo set by the
Amoricans. ir cot disavowed this will
eventually lead to trouble, and plunge
tbe frontier into a war. Such a result
would, however, be hailed by
many as deiireable, as it would
lead to tbe carving out of
another fat slice from the slekman on our
southern border. There are, however,
efforts boing made by somo of the lead
ing parties on tbe Mexican side of the Kio
Grande, which may lead to negotiations
for tbe annexation of more of the Mexi
tan territory, In order to strengthen the
boundary line, by which Mexico
will be enabled to pay her
debts. Tbe territory coveted lor this pur
poso embraces tbe states of Nuevo, Leon,
Coahuita, Chihuahua, tbe north end of
Durango .Sonora, and lower Caleforr.la,
known as Mexican frontier states. This
would shorten the boundary lino one-half,
over the present meandering of
the Rio Grande, and leave a
frontier that could bo much
more easily protected by both nations,
whereas it is almoit imponible to do so
with tho present boundaries. It would be
a vast territory with lino irrigable and
untimbored lands, and pasturage which are
now nearly worthless to the Mexican peo
ple. INDIAN AFFAIRS.
COLD-HLOODEI) SLAUGHTER
OF INNOCENT MODOC'S.
THEY BEG FOR MEUCY HUT IT
COMETH NOT.
CAI'T. JACK INTERVIEWED ilY A
REPORTER.
RED CLOUD ON VERY FRIENDLY
TERMS.
ETC.,
ETC.,
ETC.
HASSACKKIStn THE MODOCS.
San Fbancihco, June 9. Dispatches
from Boyle's camp, dated yesterday, re-
ato the particulars of an atrocious massa
cre of the Modoc prisoners, supposed to
have been done by the Oregon volunteers
Saturday morning i John and James Fair,
child and about twelvo other man left
trohlld ranobo, Cottonwood creek, With
seventeen natives, women and children,
including Shacknasty Jim, Bogus Charlie,
Tehee Jack, Pony and Little John ; the
Indians woro in a wagon drawn
by four mules. At the crossing or
Lost rivor, the party oncoumorou tne
Oregon volunteers, under command oi
Capt. Horzier. Tho soiaiors gamerea
about the wagon and questioned Fair
child. Tho lattor told thorn the Modecs
were all freo but little John, tbat they
were no charges against them. Falrcblld
undertook to push on to Boyle's, and the
voluntoors retlrod to camp. Near crow
loy's on the road, he noticed two men
ahead, riding to ltoclcy Point, as if to in-
tercept him. When the team approached,
ono presented a needle gun at Fairchlldi
saying.
'Got down, you old, whito.hoadod ( n
of ab-h I"
"By what authority," said Falrcblld.
"By mine. I am going to kill tbe In
dians, and you too," was the reply.
Their leador caught hold of the mulei,
unhitched and cut the barneis. Fair-
child clinging to tho lines, leaped to tbe
round. The poor wretches Implored for
mercy, and begged Falrcblld to saro
them. The warriors wort unarmed, and
knew thai resistance was useless. Tbey
were the coolest in tbe party, though their
fate was Inevitable death, and the woman
aud children screamed, iroantd and
wept piteously. Faltchild had
nothing but small piitol, and six inches
from his car wj the mulo of the needlo
gun. Ho says tears spring to bis eyes
but he mlnglod his voice with the Mo'
docs, in tbe hopo that a maisacro might be
avoided. "Ob, it was a terrible scone. I
novor shah forget it. I shudder whon 1
tblnk wb. i uw Md hmd
ibo tearful voices of these
women and children still ring In my
ears, but the hard-hearted hounds wore
not to n uulkvi. A ,u0, lnd ,)lu,0
Jo ,n lay dead in tu, M of tLo a
bullet through his Vain. The mules
dashed away with Fal.cblu, ,d landed
blm in the lines. Five more she, wofo
Ored in rapid succession, and Tohoo JatV,
Pony and Mooch, tho remaining warriors)
were dead, and Little John's squaw had a
frightful wound in tho shoulder.
Away ahead In the road the dlroctioa of
Doyle's camp, were clouds of dust Indica
ting tbe approach of & team. The mur
derers espied the dust, aud in a moment
were riding rapidly nway.
Sergeant Murphy.of battry G,4th artill
ery, with ten men and teamsters came by
the team. The aorgesnt took charge of
atlalrs aud remained W4h his men on the
ground. Falrcblld the teamster, and t e
ounded squaw and htr two children
came at 2 o'clock this morning.
Fairchild reached General Davis' head
quarters at ten, and related his story.
Teams with an escort were at once sent
after the prisoners, dead and alive. No
steps were taken for the apprehension of
the felons who performod the bloody
work. It Is generally supposed the Ore-
gan volunteers are the guilty parties.
Falrcbl d is of that oploion himself. The
warriors killed were not charged with
murder. Those who know tbem
say tbey have only participated in
open ngbts. Everyone here condemns
tbe action. The atUir Is atrocious and
itbout excuse. There )i no doubt but
the murders were carried out upon a
carefully arranged plan, as Falrcblld no
ticed horsemen on the road ahead and be
hind him. When shots tired had Jno.
Falrchild camo, Instead of James, and
been present, another murder might have
been added to the list, as tbe Oregon men
are bitter in their hatred of Jobn, the old
man, and other Callfornlans.
l.NTf KVIfcWl.NU CAI'T. JACK.
DorLK's Cami', Juno 8. In an inter
view with Gen. Davis, Capt. Jack, and
Schonichln, just terminated, the Modoc
chief says be was Incited to his cruel war
fare by Allen David, chief of tbe Kla-
maths. He alio denied having killed
Uan. Cknly, anil 1M !. lino, on his
boys. Schonichln told the same story.
KF.D CI.OL'D AGENCY.
Washington, June 0. A report to the
commissioner of Indian atlalrs from Spe
cial Commissioner Killive, at Red Cloud
agency, says tbe Indians thero aro more
friendly than he had been led to beliove,
and that ho had an informal interview
with Blue Horse, High Wolf, Slow Bull
and Rod Leaf, who manifested a very
friendly disposition, and whoto influ
enc has been good and is increasing. The
special commissioner cannot determine in
regard to the expediency of stationing
troops at the agtmcy, but it may be neces
sary to order a mounted company to pa
trol the other side of the river as much to
prevent whiskey trading, tn to stop stock
stealing.
MODOC NEWS.
Washington, Juno 9. Gen. Scboflold
has been instructed by telegraph to ap
point a military commission to try the
Modoc prisoners.
CRIME.
ANOTIIBR ML'KLUU.
New Yokk, June 9. Peter Kennoy
and an unknown man quarreled on a
Third avenue car this morning. Tho lat
ter suggested they retire from the enr and
settle their difficulty on the street. Ken-
ney consented, but had no sooner allghtod
than the unknown man shot bim fatally,
and escaped. Joe Cuburc, prize lighter,
Is held as a witness.
A MERCHANT IN LI MHO.
New Yoke, Jute 9. Joseph U, Hus
band, a merchant of St. Louis, Missouri,
as arrested this morning on n bench war
rant. He Is cha-ged by merchants here
with receiving over twenty-five thousand
dollars worth of goods and falling to make
returns.
a Tnitr'u iccourucE.
FiTTMiuHo, Juno 9 A. K. Wales, an
accomplice of Dudley fte mall check und
and draft thief, was befcre Uuited Stales
Gommissionor McCandlcsi this forenoon.
He received a hoarlng and was committed
to jail for trial.
WEATHER REPORT.
Wabhinciton, June !. Probabilities
For Now England falling barometor,
easterly and southerly winds and clear or
partly cloudy weather are probablo for
Tuesday. For Middle States and Lower
Lake region falling barometer, fresh and
occasionally brisk southeasterly to eouth
westerly winds, increasing cloudiness,
with areas of rain. For tho South Atlan.
tic states fresh southeasterly to southwest
erly winds and partly clouny weather.
Eor the Guir states east of Mississippi
light to fresh southerly and westerly
winds, generally cloudy weather and rain.
For tho Southwest to Missouri and Lower
Ohio valley rising barometer, fresh and
brisk northerly to weitorly winds, clear
and clearing weather. For Tennessee and
Kentucky winds rearing to westerly and
northwesterly, with clearing weather.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1873.
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE TRUE STORY OF THE
POLARIS OFF AIR COM
ING TO LIGHT.
UlfDDINOTON CHARGED WITH
JEOPARDIZING THE LIVES
OF THE RESCUED
CREW.
THE
GOODRICH INqtJEST TO IK
RESUMED TO-MORROW.
INCREASE
OF THE CHOLERA
MEMPHIS.
IN
tvrc,
KTC,
ETC.
THK rOLARIs ISVMTIOATION.
Washington, Juno 0. Notwlthstand
the secresy with which the secretary of
tho nary is continuing the eiaminatiou of
the Polaris survivors, tho dally Chronicle
ays it has leaked out tbat Capt. Budding
ton was tho main causo of the failure of
tho expedition, and with him rests tho re
sponsibility ol Jeopardizing tbe li ves of
lyion, Meyors, and a party of eight oth
ers. Shortly after the death of Capt.
Hall, when nil discipline of ship became a
tax, each appeared to work on his own
hook. Buddington became intoxicated,
and with pistol in band drove the flio
partly from tho ship and giving them pro
visions then deliberately desortnl tbem.
This story is eotiroly dlrhreit from the
one recently publishJ about the separa
tion of the ship from the ice floe, which
said it was purely accidental Instead or
being premeditated. Tho official state
ment promised, Is based on testimony,
and will give tbe facts In tbe case. The
examination continues, and will probably
be ended to-day.
NO WITNEiSKS.
New York, Juno B. No witnesses in
tho Walwoith rut wore bfore the grand
jurj to-day, and no action will te taken
before to-morrow or Wednesday.
CJOOIlHICII.
The Goodrich inquest will bo resumed
Wednesday, when several surgical exports
will testify as to tbe possibility of his be
ing able to shoot himself in three places.
ORH'S RIWA1NB.
The mayor requested Gen. Shaler to
detail the Seventh regiment as an escort
to the funeral of Minister Orr.
MIOLEBA INCREA81NO.
Mistr His, June 9. The cholera is be
lieved to be on tho increase, though there
It no m kd increase in tbe mortality
since last week. Interments at Elmwood
were 65 against 20 for the corresponding
week last year, and arerage 10 during tho
past year.
FOREIGN.
THE BURNING OK ALEXAN
DRIA PALACE YESTER
DAY. LOSS ESTIMATED AT 83,000, 000
RIOT AT A
CONFLAGRATION
DUBLIN.
IN
ETC..
ETC.,
ETC.
ALKXANDKIA TALACE 11URNED.
London, June It. Alexandria palaco
noar this city was destroyed by fire to
day. It is reported seven lives were
lost.
LATER.
London, Juno t. The total lots by the
burning of Alexander palace is eitimated
at $3,000,000; insurances $600,000. The
fire was caused by the carelessnoss of
workmen who wore repairing tho zinc
roof. No ono was killed as previously re
ported, but several wero Injurod. The
supply of water was scarce, henco the
rapidity with which the flro spread.
Within half an hour from tho time the
alarm was given the entire structuro was
enveloped In flames, and one by one the
great domes tumbled down.
IUOT1NU IN DUnLIN.
London, Juno 9. A dispatch from
Dublin says a groat tire is raging in a
tlmbor yard in that city. Tho crowd
whose object it is to plunder, are interfer
ing with tho firemen, and stoned tbem. A
detachment of polico was ordered out to
preserve ordor. The hitter charged on the
mob, wounding many,and the mayor of tbe
city was fait by one of the stones. Intense
excitement prevails in the vicinity, and tho
scent during tbe chargo of tbe troops was
fearful- Property to the value of f 100,
000 has already been dostroyed.
house or lords.
In the house of lords to-day, Earl Bus
sell introduced a bill for tho bettor gov
ernment cf Iroland, which abolishes tbe
ofOco of Lord Lleutonant, aud provies tbat
the voice of eight Jurors out of twelve will
aniwor for a verdict. The object ot this
measuro is to restrict the power of the
priesthood, and secure tho conviction of
criminals.
STAIN.
Madrid, June 9. Shortly alter the
passage of the resolution proclaiming; tho
Federal republic yesterday, the Cortes
took a recess till evonluir, wbon Scnor
Maragal proposed tbe ministry which was
accepted by tbe cortes in secret session.
RAT0Z7.I.
Rome, June 9. The funeral of Signor
llatozzl took place yesterday, end was at
tended by a great crowd of people. Many
perioni to show their respect for the de
ceased statisman displayed black flags
from their residence.
RIVER NEWS.
Mia stail Full or the Rivera
For at hour ending 3 p. m., June 0, 1373.
Above
low
water.
7;hantres.
STATIONS.
Rlse.i Fall.
?l?i?T?
Hoonvllle
Itrunswlck
Cslro
Cincinnati '
Confluence ..
Davenport
KvntiKvlllc.... . ,
Fort Denton . ,
Fori .Smith
Frceport
lleniiHiin
Jelfernon Cltv .. .
7
a'i
t
r,
ft
o.l
Kansas City
Kiokuk.
Leavenworth.. .
ill
Lexington-, ,. .
Mttle Kock
Louisville.......
Marietta
10
0
1U
Memphis. .,
.MorKntowniv...
Mumillc
New Orleaus
on citv
(VI
11
Omaha
Paducah
Plttsburj;. .. ..
.iI3
.110
.1 3
,11
I.
Plattsmouth
Shreveport
St. Josenh . .
St. Louts ,
1
u
flt. Paul
Mcksburg ...
Warsaw
Vutikton
ll
Edwin Garland
Observver, Signal Servlco, L'. S
EVANSVILLE. June 9. Woatharcloudr
heavy windstorm, signs of rain. Mercury
71 to 86. River has fallen one foot. Up:
Smoky City, Lawrence, Quickstep, Geo.
noDerts, it. k, Lee, Mornine Star. Falls
Pilot, Hawk bye, No. 3, Florence Lee,
Robt. Mitcholl, Richmond, Aetna. Marv
Ament, Ark. belle. All with irood trlns :
Richmond and Lee light-
Nashville, June 9. River falling,
with 3 and 4 feet on barpetb shoals. Ar
rived: Eddyvllle. from Cairo: Silver.
thorne, Evansville; Ada Helltnan, Shaw
neotown. Departed: Heilman, for
Sbawneotown; Silverthorne, Evansville.
jiiiimiis, ,iune y. tutor railing stead
ily. Weather cloudy and sultry, Ai
rived: Henry Probasco, Cincinnati; Ku
turo City, last night; Hollo Memphis, Joe
i mmiuj; uu UBrgro, Ol. liUUls; J. 1)6118,
Rod river; Rismarck, New Orleans.
uincinnati, June Itiver falling.
Arrived: R K Anderson, from Whoellnp
Junletta, Pittsburg. Weather cleudv
sbowery and sultry.
Pittsiiubo, June 9. Noon. Monon
gabela 3 feet h inches and falling slowly,
with 2 feet statlonarv at Greensboro and 3
feet at Rrowsville.
New Orleans. June 9. Arrived: Citv
oi iuincy, Bl. L,ouis. ueparted: Alohswk
and barges, St. Louis. Weatbor raly
ana warm.
ViCKSHfRo, June 5. Down: Long
worth Pargoud. Up: Mrry Houston.
Weather cloudy and warm. River fall
ng. PlTTumo, June O. MniionBtheAa S
feet and falling slowly. Nu arrivals or
departures. Business dull.
Cincinnati, June 9, Noon River fell
7 Inches with 9 fuel 0 inches in the chan
nel. MARKET REPORT.
Jst. Louis, Juno I). Flour dull and
lower. Wheat dull and declining, No. 2
spring soft 1 15, elevator; No. .1 rod fall,
$1 351 40; No. 2 $1 88l Corn
Arm, for sound mixed, 38j3!)Jr, olovator
seller July, 394Ue. Oats flrai, fraction
bettor, No, 2 mlxod 33c, elevator, seller
July 33. llnrloy dull. Rye dull, prime
USc. Pork In bettor demann, standard 17c.
Hulk meato nominal salos; clear sides sel
ler July 8 jc. Racon butter but not much
dulng. Lard dull, butchers 7c. Whis
koy dull, S'Jc. Cattle unchanged. Hogs
quiet, buld sals $44 23.
New Orleans, Juno 9 Flour dull,
XXX 56J8; family 9 Crn tlrm,
yellow 00c white 0i!c. Oate firmer, 46(3)
47c. Bran 7oc. Hhj quiot, firm $232t);
cholco$27. Pork 17 Jc; D S meats quiet,
7t(38JSJc. Bacon dull, 7J9j; for clear
rib and clear hams 1314c. Lurd dull,
tierce i9; kes; 9JI0. Sugar good,
fair Uc. molasses fermenting
&0c. Whiskev 9295c. Coffee 1820f
Memphis, "Juno 9. Cotton firm, good
ordinary 10c; low middling 1717Jc; re
ceipts large; shipments 110; stock J4,390.
Flour quiet and unchanged. Corn dull
and drooping fifi67c. Oats quiet 43l4c
Hay dull $l24. Corn meal dull f 2 05.
Bacon dull, shoulders 77c; aides 99c
AMINEMKNTM,
AT1IENKUI,
GRAND CONCERT
TWO M1U1ITN OMLT,
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, JUNE 9 & 10
THE DlriNQCISED VOCALIST
MadameClaraBkinkkkhoff
Hm the honor to Announce
TWO UNIQUE VOCAL RECITALS
Conflating of Hclectlom fiom claMi'al, opo
mtic, ortitori, bravura and ballad music.
All of which will bo sung, pre
faced by a spoken prelude, by
MAD. llRI.NKERUOFP.
These concerts In which Madame
llrlnkerhoir lias been winning new
laurels on her trip this puon, aro nn
entirely new thing, and tho Intention of the
FAIR OANTATRICE HERSELF
AiOMiatllON I
Dress Circle $ 75
Km orved Heats 1 uu
Privntn lloxcs n Oil
dTCompleto clmiiKe each night. Ticket
rimy bo bad at I). Hurtmau's store.
loor open J past 7 o'clock. Concert to
commence atM o'clock, sharp.
E. LEWIS, lluslncss Manager
GRAND FAIR AND FESTIVAL
AT
SCIIEEL'S
HALL AND GARDEN
Uy the ladle j of the
ST. J08EPH GERMAN CATHOLIC
OHTJROH
ON
WEDNESDAY, J UNE 11, U73.
Everybody l'j InvlWd aud expected to be
OFFICIAL PAPER
BARCLAY BROTHERS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL . .
DRUGGISTS,
INJ I
CHEMICALS.
Hh91 HmhI r''
1-lfUtf
IUAL KMTATK'
JOHN O.. 11ARMAN A CO-REAL
LS-
TATfi AOK.NfS
Ofl'cr for sale at low ilj-urcs and easy tonus
the following real cflatu :
No 1 An elegant cottago, corner Twelfth
and Locust streets, Is 117 and is, b 1, third ad.
Lots above Kradc. 6 lota In b 4, In what Is
known at tin Rldgc Block:" thoe lota run
through the block irom Fifteenth to Six.
tocntli Hlreetx, and the best residence prop
erty In the city adjoining property hlghfy
Improved.
No 'i Lots 3 and 1, b 15, city, Washington
avenue, between Thirteenth am. Fourteenth
. . - . ... . . i . i . . ....... t...i,,i,n..
Oil ..nn Int i
So 3 Also, vacant lota & and 0, adjoining 1
tho above. Lot it, l '23, city, I
on Sixth street, aouth side,
between Commercial aud Washington ave
nues, will be cold In tracts to suit purchaser,
very low aim uu easy lenas.
No 4 Lots" and , b38, corner ot Four
teenth aud Poplar streets, front on Poplar
Btreet, west side, opposite post-oftlvc block.
oa tplonuia uusincia building, resi
dence In second story, 0 rooms, ball aud
front and rear stairway, wateronboth floors,
lit HUlUllKt UIIU tUMUUIUII, IVUOfcUU UII IJUII1I-
west corner of Commercial avenue and
Twelfth street. A great bargain if sold
soon.
No d Lou 7 and 8, b 10, 1st ad, rmM
bouse and stable on luts, high ground, cor
ner Poplar and Twenty-eighth streets.
Prlco .V0, one-half cash.
No 7 Lot aud new cottage in No 1 order,
hall, three rooms and kitchen, uu Twenty
llrst street. Two splendid lot In court
hounc block on Poplar street corner.
No S Two ver desirable busluctf houses
and two lots, on Mxth street between Com
mercial and Washington aenucs, will be
sold at terms to pay purchaser rental of 'iS
per cent on Investment.
No O-Six loU iu b V3, let ad. High
ground. t'iOOeach on easy payments.
No 10 A well-improved tariu on the Mis
sissippi in Missouri, 8 miles bslow Cairo.
UTS acres, a large portion under cultivation,
first-class dwelling house, barnn und out
buildings. Will be sold very low or ex
changed for Improved Cairo property. A
great bargain can be bad by applying soon.
This property is woithy tho examination of
any person who desires' to ecgago iu farm
ing, as it certainly Is ono of tho most fertile
and productive tracts of land lu the coun
try. No 11 A splendid two-story residence on
north cust cor.ior of Walnut aud .Ninth
streets, with two lotarery desirable prop
crty. No 12 Lots 18 and 19, b TD south side of
Twenty-lint street, opposite "Convent
lllock ,1 very desirable lor rcsideuco pur
poses, cheap.
No lit A well Improved farm of 210 acres;
CO acresundercultiiutlon: houses and bum.
good orchard, beurlng trees ; running water
through farm aboe overtlow. One quarter I
mile from station and depot ot Cairo .V- bt. I
Louis railroad. Will bo sold on easy terms .
for I2J per acre. I
a i'ink ciiasck rem investment.
lu addition to tho foregoing we offer for 1
sale, or lease, a largo number ol tucaut lots, '
Iu dlllereut parts ol tbe city, embruclug No
1 business und residence property,
In uulmproved lands, we have for sale
over 25,000 acres In Aloxauder and Pulaski
couutles, at prices ranging from i to f ir
per acre, and are prepared to oiler induce
ments to purchasers that cannot be equalled
In Colorado, TVxas or any other place or by
"auv other man." A largoaniouiitoflandsof
the very best finality, In Alexander and Pu-
laskl countiesbelonging to tho Illinois Ccn-1
tral Railroad tympany, lor mo sale or which
we are the agents, will be sold very tow and
mi siu-li easv terms that a nerson of ltuin.trl.
ous habits, with a wry small iinii ot ready I
money, cau iu ion yr.dm Deconje tuu
owner or a productive farm. Wo have
plats and descriptions of all lands offered
for salo and will laUc pleasure In showing
purchasers the property. Titles to all lands
.sold by us guaranteed, and shown from tho
patentee when renulrod byalitracts. Ap
ply to JOHN I. HARMON A CO.,
Cor, Sixth and Levee sts., Cairo, Ills.
Juuo 7, 187a.
HTKATIIIOATN,
OAIHO AND l'ADUGAU
MAIL BOAT.
Tin splsaJld stsaiasr
tX-A-S. FISK,
Dice Kowleb, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
4 p.m Kor freight opaasage apply on boat or
to Jas. Mallory, Ag't.
tr
OKCITY AND. CODNTI
,3.
V
J. I I 11 1(1 I fit V Ml
Retail and Prescrlf.lin
Comer ffr:u.I?lo.n ATi.
-ciiLb street.
CHEST PR0TECT0IL3.
Of chamois and rabbit skin
for woak lungs.
At BARCLAY BK03.
CHLORATE
LOZEITO-ES
FOR SORE THBOAT,
Prepared and sold
Ttr U ARC LAY UROS
HORSE AND
CATTLE MEDICINES
Aud Disinfectants for StablM,
At BARCLAY BROS.
FINE CIGARS,
HON'EV BEE,"
"YOUNO AMERICA,
And "Unlversa Standard.'
- At BARCLAY BROS.
i TEomBta raDAunoM.1
eoniDosed almnlT of wall-lnovB SsnoTSl.
HERBS, ant FRUITS, comttt&sd wltk otbtf
projisrUss, which in tbalr natnra ars OsttiarlSa.
Aprleut, Rutritioos. Dinntle. AlMrasiraaadAakw
UUIuus. Ths wliol Is cnMrrsd In a aaaSsnt
iiuaautror spirit rrom Ui svaui CAJIK ,
keep usa in tar ""'- wuoo I
lk
P
LANTATI0N
Bitters
on of the mtt Jlrbl Tonlea Bad Cathay.'
tlialu lbs weill. Thsyara IaUndl atricUj M
ii en v(
domestic igjliicn
ohIt toba useJ u amfllcu),iviatnmani..
to .IlrrcUons.
Tbey are ths absst-ancor Of IB fc'ol and
aumultu to such a Irgne, tbat a fcsaltfaw asSsoaU
at ouc brought about. Aa a rtDdjr to wklcU
Woinrn rr. espectallt anbJagt. it fnrj!w2
erery other .UmuUot, Aaa Mprlast asTd aanstt
' '' ' Cbey nava no qoaT TbtT araa
mild a'j.l fteatls lnuvattvaaa wsil aa Toala. Tar
iptrllj Urn Wood. -Iney anaipkadid AppstW.
TVy uuks tho weak strong, Asy partly la.
r Dyspepsia, (xmaupauoa, aa4
i'.,'dTcll Tn acta a swoWoin all ieistof
break down Uw ausnal spirits.
Depot, 63 Park Place; Yew York.
E
LYON'S
ATHAIROf
Only 50 Cents per Bottle.
It promotes tha GROWTU, PttKIKR.
- VKS the COLOR, asid IsiaraswM ta
Vigor and BEAUTY f Ika MAUI.
Ovxa Tstitt Tuu loo Lvoa't XArmuaov voa
TusllAta waa Brtt pUv-M In tbe roatkat by T -ft asm
K. Thomas Lyon, a endaata ol PrtBostna OoUaa.
Tha nann fa iertrtd rrom laa On "Katzm,"
Igolfjin to tliamtt. swrvly. rtr". r rtslnt.
Tbe favor It has rcctlved, aod thefopularlty u kM
obtained, is unprecedented aodtDendlbla, It to-
cr?,JAe.0f0WT" HaACTf of She tusa. 14 la
a deUgbtrul dreaalog. tt er iltatis daadraft It
!''" Uta Ualr from tnnlnt fay. Ukeaatfce)
...-v. hu KiTMuia DAT num. htw NHy ie
pearanoe. It te the uhf u Qcurmv aaa Qaiun
a II waa over a gcari of a caanrat Aaa. aa is
r..t.'i?v;;rilc7 BMW-,,i'
9
i ua runui
K
fosii'iQktii
- LYON
ATHAIRQN

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