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OPPICE, 33TTXjIiETIlT BTJIIjIDIITCJ, COB. 12TH BTBEBT A.0STX) W-A.aHIIiTCa-TOir -A.
JOHN U. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
T 11 E B U L L E T I N.
II mil I UK mill rr n hit) lnr, I
CHRISTIAN C'HUIK H-EUrhtrcnth street
between V:i'liliiIiMianil Walnut.
Mei-tltiK cury fctitidny at Hi n. in , ami V
Mimlay school nt fl p. ro.
I'rajcr mcrtltiK Wnliiu'duy evening.
I'rrachliiK. Sabbath nt 101 a.m. a"1' "i I1''"
I'raver meetlliir, 'cdneilay at'J p. III.
ibtiath School, 3 p.m. .1. M. Lanixlen, Su
perintendent. ItKV. II. TiIavkh, l'aetor
MKTHODIST.-Cor. Eighth anil Walnut 8t.
Freachlmr, Sabbath at 101 !. anil" p. m
t'rayer menllui,', Vcdneiiday,7J p.m.
Sabbath School. 3. p.m. I.. V. htlllwell,
tfuptrintendent. ItKV. F. I.. Thompson,
UIUItCH OK Till: UEDKKMKIt-fKpl"-"'
ilornluK prayer. Sabbath 10 a.m.
Evenlm; prayer. Tjp.m.
Sabbath school, ll a.m.
ItKV. K. Chan, Kcctor.
6T. PATRICK'S CHUltCU-Nlnth at. and
WaMiliiKton Avenue. ,
Public Minlce, Sabbath 6:10 And 114 a.m.
cpern, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School. 2 p.m.
ten leu every day, f a.m.
Hkv. 1'. J. o'IIai.i.ohax, Print.
VP. JOhKPH'S llllltCH.-Kiermati,, cor.
hit ol Walnut ami C'ro- trecl.
Man, f-u-ry sabbath at lu o'clock a. m.
N open, '1 p. m.
Ma limine; week days, i o'clock a. m.
Kr.v. c. Hoffman, Prlct.
(il.lt.MAN Lt'TIIEItANCHUKCII-l.lth i
street between Washington A;ime and
Walnut street. I
Prcarhln;; Minday moniink' at 10 o'clock. ,
fcahhath School at 2 o'clock p.m. I
ItKV. I . I)UKHC1IN'II, Pastor.
t'OUNO MEN'S ClIltlaTIAN Afl.-oCIA-TION.
Itejrular meeting second iloudav j
tacb month at their room oer Itockwull ,
A C'o'n hook store, Coinmirclal mcnue. (
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. at
the room. t
I.. W. STII.I.WF.I.L. FreMHent.
SECOND MISSIONARY IIAPTIsT
IIL'KCU. Corner sjcamore and Forty
Cm ctrccl. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. in. and .1 o'clock p. in,
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. m.
The church la connected with the Illinois
Aioclallon, by tho First Mtiouury Dtp
11U Church ot Cairo.
ItKV. SOLOMON I.KO.VAKI), Pa?tOr.
AFRICAN METIIODIST.-Fourtevntb, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Sen lce, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sa'ibalb School, 1) p.m.
CIam mteta at a p.m.
SECOND KKKK WILL Il.M'Tl-Sl' Fll-
Uenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Sen ken .Sabbath. H and 3 p. m.
ItKV. N. 11ICK8, Pastor.
mKK WH.I. IIAPTIST IIO.MK .MISSION
sAIIHATIl SCHOOL. Comer Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbath School, 11 a.m.
FIRST FltF.E WILL IIAPTIST CHURCH
Serried, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3p.m. A 71 p.m.
ItKV. W.m. Kkllky, Pa.tor.
FIRST MISSIONARY IIAPTIST CHURCH.
-Crdr, between Ninth and Tenth ft.
Preaching Sabbath, 101 a.m. aud 71 p.m.
1 rayer lueeiuifc'. enucu.;
f.TjbaUi school. 14 P.m. John anuaxter
aud Alary StepheU., superintelidcntn.
IlEV. T. J. SIIOHKI, Pa-t
SECOND IIAPTIST CIIUIICH Fourteenth j
fctreft, between Cedar and Walnut. Ih(
only JIaplll cuurcu recusuuen uj
3etTlce, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. aud . p.m.
ItKV. JACOU llilAllt.EV, LldlT.
CAUIO COMMANDEKY, NO. ";-SU ed
Ahembly at the Acyluin Slanonlc Hall, Url
and third Mondayn In each wontu.
CAIltO COUNCIL, No.ai.-Hegular Convo.
cation at Macule HaU. Die second Iriday
CA1UO CUAPTElt No. n.-lte.ujar Con
vocation at Jlatonlo Hall, ou the third
Tucday ol every month,
:AIK0 llODOE, No. as; A. M.-UeKU.
lar Communication! at .Masonic Mall, tiie
ecoud and fourth Mondavi' or each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, W-M"et In Odd
Fellow' Hall, in ArtcrN building, eT)
Thunday evenluK at S o'clock.
nocrnor John L. HcveridKC
Secretary or State-Ueon-'c II. Harlow.
Auditor or State-C. E. I.lpplucott.
Bute Trea(uret-U.ipf "'!,;. ,
Attorney Ueiiewl-Jamca K. . .
Supt. Public Iitructlon-Ncw ton llateman
Senator-Ilkhard .1. Olc.-by and John A.
UifepreentRtlve Eighteenth DiUrict-Daeo
ME51HEHS OHNEKAL ASEMIILY.
Kenretentnthoi' In the Mill dlit'lct.
Jolm II. OhiTly, Win. A. Lemma and Math-
" StuatorCrorCtlic Mth Ulctrlct. Tc-e Ware.
Judce D. J. llakcr, or Alexander.
MatnV Attorney Patrick II. Pope.
Clerk-It. S. Yocum.
Sheriff A. H. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Anchor anil Treasurer.
Aiwdate! j""" .McCrlte and S. M archil-
QCl'erkIacol) O. Lynch.
Coroner John H. Ooiminau.
MUNICIPAL "oo VE11NM ENT.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer It. A. J unn ngbani.
(lomntrollcr-r . 11. r ai ls.
AtUirnoy II. V aton Webb,
Pollco MagUtratoa-F. llroi-s und J. .1.
UMarHhaland Chleror Pollcc-Wm. McIIalo.
Street CoiiunlBloiier-D. .1. Qalligau.
Health Ollicer W. Woolen.
Mombcn Pollco Forou-A. Cain nirKont,
F Whitcamp, Phillip Helm, Chaa. Mehner
and P. A. Conant.
BOAltll OP AI.IIRKMF.N.
Firat ward-Hliam HUby and J. -M.
' second ward-Horman .Mcycra and Wood
Tbiru waru joiiii .uur.ncu u -.-
F. NeUU and M. J.
Mh ward-Juo. II. ltoulnsou and Wm.
S5 TO 820
Per day. Acenu wantcdl All classes ot
'working "people. of ei,htr "VrTIn their
make more money at work for us in tiieir
tnare moment, or all the timo.than nt any
thing else. Partlculais tree. Addrest
6 O. Stinson A Co., PortUnd Maine.
Over200mlllloiisliave been used
vltllin llln miaf t,.n vpnm. Wll louv
nUycompUInt or Ion by tag becoming
detko'vu. All Kxprcu Coiupamcs usu
thtui. sold tj mntart and suuonarr
iiiiiuuiini iiiu, '
- r . I
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
l'ATIUOTIO SPKKCH OF fiOV,
HAXTHIt, OF A K
KANSAS. WHY UK IMJItSIIKD TUB
JOUlt.SK II K Dll
AND WIIV THKY FAILED TO
II K THANKS IT1IK DKMOCHACY
A DOL'HTKIJL STOKY AISOIH AN
N KXINO UUATA.M A lA.
M'KF.CII Of OOV 11AXTKK.
Lirri.K Hock, Juno '.. liov. Haxter
s loretmJed by tho Capital guards and
a largo number of citizens to-night. Ha
rpondiJ In h liaH-hour ipeuch, matin?
that It did not conitrua tlili Into a por
onai ovation, but oneinipirirl by fricnJi
or law find ordor. Ho laid he would not
dwell upon tho uniucconful
effort tu ouu Mm, and over
turn tho (tuto govorrimonl. Hciet
wi.h ipioi and roxc in hit own political
camp, h) diiemod It iio to call on tboie
r.ot of hii own political opinions, to up
hold the government Wliuti he looked
upon bis oath of ofllce, it wa no unmeau-
tan vow, but one made with the Intention
Of faithfully discharging tho duties of the
position. Tburo wuro somo who
believed he cotiientod to ba inaugurated
whon another wat elected. In regard
to that ho would say tho validity
ol bis election bad been tubmitted to every
tribunal in the land tu.pected of having
power to deternnrio it; and further, it
Kit; ni was any fraud in bit election ho was
neither cognizant of or privy to such a
wrong. II ad his competitor been duly do
rlured elcctud none in the slate would
hvo been moro willing to respect hit aa
tuorlty. When the tnatu-r w. pretenlcd
tJ ttiu legislature, that body, including
both parti!, decided in hit fa
vor ; and whun In ll.o faco
if this KUthoritut.ve declaration an
effort was made to go beyond the constitu
tion by applying for a quo warranto
against lilin, when tllat rignt had been
given to tho legirlaturu, it was reasonable
l'tuppoiea conspiracy bal been formed
to eject him from otSce without regard to
Ibo merits of tho case. Under thnso clr
curnttanctt, with a further knowledge
of tho intention of th-io
bad men, he had put hlmsull
In a position to meet force with force. It
was a causo of happine;, however, that
no conflict arose. While rumors or groat
commotion wuro being spread broadcast,
not a tipple disturbed tbu peacu and order
at homo. Hu thanked God that while wo
bad suffured some from tho acts
of these bad men, that we havo proierved
the dignity ot the law, and that hence
forth tho people nru destined to put down
evory troasonablu demonstration that uiay
be made. In future be would bo guided
by the tame jus, principles as In the past.
He expected to remain faithful to his
pally II was a Republican not
ouly'in n a mo but In principle, but at the
shiiio t.rae hp returned thanks to the Dem
ocrats for tho manner in wbich they had
sustained him. In hi future administra
tion hu sh.iuld faithfully adhere to that
great fundamental principle, the equality
of men before the. lew. At ibo conclusion
of tho govornor'i poech the crowd dis
persed. ANNEXATION ni'MOIi.
"Wasiu.no ton, Juno 10. It was recently
stated that two delegate, from thn govern
ment of Uuatauiala, accompanied by tho
minister from that country, called on
President Grant, urging the annexation of
that republio to tho United Slates, There
Is tho best authority for sayinir tho minif-
tor to Guatamala aud .San Salvador knows
nothing of any Central Americans
who may have seen the president with
the alleged or any other obj.-ct. Ilo has
tint been In Washington linco the 10th
day of April, and to tilt knowledge not a
single prominent nativo of Central Amer
ica it dreaming of tho annexation of hit
country to tho United Stales.
DETAILS OF A SAD AC'JIDENT.
SUFFOCATED TO DEATH IN
two imoTiir.RS f rrrocATEP.
Easipoiit, Juno 10. A sad .accident
occurred this morning at tho gas workt.
Some repairs were to bo made, an l a man
named Lawrunco wont to tho gas motre
to let the watur oil', and foil from tho lad
dnr iuto tbu water. Hit brother went
down to got him out, and he too was tulfo
CKiud. A third brother, Jamus, tiod a rope
around his body, and ho wat lot down,
hut ho had to be drawn up immediately,
find whon hu camo up ho was noarly dead,
and now lint in a prccarlout condition.
Tho othert wore dead when taken out.
Edward leaves a wife and 4 children.
VAHI(!TONlJune 10. l'robabllltiot
For New England Wednesday wiudi
vor ng to southorly and we t rly. cloudy
o4hor and probablo rain. F ,r Mlddlo
t n ei and Lowi r Lako rgh n wlnda veer
ing to wotturlyand northe.I .clear aud
clearing weather. From Mistouri and
Teiino-toe to Upper Luke region light to
freth no-therly i u I westerly windt, clear
and partly cloudy weather, For tho
Northwest falling barotneti r, "outhorly to
eatter y windt, probablo el weather.
For ll a Gulf statet cloudy weather, south,
srly windt. For tht 9 mth AHantio slates
louiii'aiterly to loutnweiterly wlndi and
partly cloudy woatbtr.
TIIKCIIOJiKltil 1NCUEASINQ IN
M KM I'll Id.
TIIIHTEEX FUXUHALS YKS
TKIIDA V, AND FOUKTKKN'
OHUKHKD FOK TO-DAY.
i A MAltliKD IMIMIOVKMKNT IN
' TUB DISKASK IN A'AolIVILLK.
I Mkmi iiis, Juno 10. The cholera is ut
d ubtodly increasing. Tbu Interments
Wuro lit, against 11 yvtterdar, while ibo
undertaker! had rrcuivod nt C o'clock,
orders for 1 1 for to-morrow. Tho weather
continms cloudy, hot and sultry. Hon
J icob Thomson, jeerotary of interior un
der Ituchanmi. i dangerously III with tho
Ka-avii.i.k, Juiih 10. The oxcltemmt
tibout tho cholera hat greatly allayed.
Tho weather lint turned cool, and contrary
to tho expectation of physician?, tho pre
vailing sickness jIioas fewer cases. In
fact, very few if any Lave proved ratal for
tliu past few days, if they wen. rear-in d by
mediral aid in limo. '
HOW U.l UKITII tu a to.
New Yoiik, Juno 10. Iho l'ost aayt I
tho caio of Hawlos Urothen A- Co. 1ms j
(.ome outof tho bankruptcy court in a bet
tor .condition than the most sanguino
friends bopud. The otlicial assignee, wu
lire told, makes an offer to creditor of 60c ,
on tho dollar, which, according to law, I
rtliovus tho houio from liability. The j
members of the house, however, havo h-
sued a statement to their creditors, that I
they will pay tLe other 60c, and will i
I'omu under obligations to do so when
they havo rtcoived their U'gal discharge.
i noy propose, it is said, to speedily re
Tho coueel for lister Waliack havo
nut in their answer to tho tuits brought
by tovoral colored men, who weru ex
cluded from his theatre. It takes the
ground that bit establishment itconducted
Ht a private business, and that tho pro
prietor ba the right to sell tickets or re
voke them after tbey are sold ; that the
tickets in the case in question were sold
to co'ored men under supposition that
they wcro buying them for otrors, and
that thev weru not excluded on accountof
color. Wallack doclines to swear to tha
annwer. and tho counsel for the colored
men will not accept it at an answer till
OVWIALS OV AN EXCURSION.
lNDiA.VAroi.i-, June 10. Tho mayor
and members nf tho city council and a
MirnbiT of nrominent citizens of Decatur,
Illinois, alto citizens of towns on the llnu
of tho Indianapolis and Illinois Central
railroads, arrived hero by a special train
this evening. They will spend a portion
of the day here to morrom.and return via
the Terro Haute and Vandali railroad.
TIIK FOCNDLINO llBNKKIT.
New York, Juno 10. Eighth hundred
dollars was paid to-day for a box for the
foundling asylum benefit performance at
the Academy or Music Thursday. The
auction sale or boxes netted twenty-five
THE POLICE Jf .-TICKS.
The present police juitlcetdelertnined to
test the constitutionality of tho law legis
lating them out of oliice. They astert
that Francis Kernan and other prominent
lawyers bold that every police justice it
justice ot the peaco, a'nd that tho lattor
otlicu it within the pale nf the constitution,
and can't be touched by tha legislature.
MARK TWAIN'S suit
To restrain If. A. Such from publithing
a book bearing Twain't name at author,
was argued before Judge Ingraham. De
Columiius, O., June 10 The funeral of
Judt'O W. II. Thrall was largely attended
this afternoon. Tho Masonic ceremonies
were conducted by Fast Grand Master
Geo. Hoi of AVooster. Delegations of
Masons wcro prctunt from variout pomtt
A widow namod Cornfield, who runs a
pawn-tbop horn, mourns because the
placed confidence in n swindler, who after
a brief season or courtship hat departod
with seven gold wntclios, eightoon sliver
watches, poven gold chains, n diamond
ring, a revolver, and other trinkets.
HIS INNOCKNCK TO HE ESTAB
LISHED. WALAVOUTH INDICTED II Y THE
blOKES O RANTED A NEW TRIAL.
New York, Juno 10 Whon Stokes
was informed of the decision of the court
ofappoalt, on giving him a now trial, bo
otpressed himself well pleated. Ilia coun
till, Mr. Dcsposso says "upon tho noxt
trial wu will provo to tbo satisfaction of tbo
Now York public that thero lias beon a
gross mlmpprohonslonof thoenso from tho
day of tho tragoJj, nnd wo will bo ablo to
establish tho fact ofhls innocence, by evi
dence of an overwhulming'.chttractor." lieu
on tho decision are in favor ol Stokot,
Tho grnd jury havo found an Indict
ment againtt young "Walworth, tho par
ricido, of murdor In the first degree.
Boston, 3mo 10. Plundering to u
largo extent hat beon going on for somo
time from tho train rrmn llotton on tho
Fltctiburg railroad, which Induced the
rompanv to employ di octivot. Tho ro
suit wu tbo arruitol Conductor Prinder,
Knulnesr Goo. Smith, Fiieman Napoleon
Illood, and ex-Ci.nductor F. Uildreth,
and Frank Ilancomb. Other parties aro
suspected, nod their nrrett threatened to
follow. Frinder and Jlildrnth pladvd
guilty. Tho formur wt trntoncedjto one
year in the house or correction.
A largo amount or stolen property hat
BEST IT FOR-LIFK.
Cleveland, Juno 10 Tho trial or
Alburt W. Cbamborlln, for the murdur or
Guorgo McCotinaugbcy, July 8, last, In
Salem, Ohio, camu to a suddon and un
oxpeclod termination yesterday afternoon.
At tbo opening of the court In tho after
noon tho prosecuting attorney aroso and
tald that In counselling with othert Inter
ested In tho trial, ho had, although against
his own privatu judgment, consented lor
& Verdict of murder in tbu second degree,
it bulng undurttood tho prinnor"t J
friends and counsel would enmem to such
a vurdict,and that It would be tatlsUctory
to all parties. Tho chief counsel for tho
defunse then said that It was after mature J
consideration of till the circumstances con
nected with tho cmo that this proposition
had been advanced. Judgo Pain then ad.
drowsed the counsel on their proposition,
which he shIiI mot his own views exactly
Ho had had ilotibtt befora as to insanity ol
tbo HCOUted, but tboy wero romovod by ,
testimony brought forward in hit difenso. .
TiiMjudgu thereupon tentenced him to Im- j
pritonniunt in tbo penitentiary ror lile.
New York. Juno 10 Jn. II Drake.
arrested Monday for presenting a forged
chock at tho St. Nicholas national bank,
was brought before Juttiro Dowling to
day. Ho denied his uuilt, and says ho
Iivc in Cincinnati, and it a clerk
OPPOSITION TO 7ir?FOKr,Kl)
LOAN IN SPAIN.
OF VON Alt.MIN, GEK
A SENSATION IN THE FKENCII
ilAiiRin, Jure 19 Themernbors of tho
cortes are opposed to tho forced paper
currency. It Is probable that a voluntary
lutlonal loan will becalled for, and in case
of its failure tbo loan will bo forced.
VON ARMIN RECALLED.
Paris, Juno '0. It is said that Count
Von Armin, Gorman,ambastodor,has been
recalled because he made unnecessary
calls upon President .UacMahon. '
THE FRENCH ASSEMnl.V.
Versailles. Juno 10. In tho assnmblv
this atiernoon tho Lft submitted an in
terpretation in regard to the tupprestion
ofihul.u Cursaine newspaper by order!
of the military governor of Parii.
M. Gambetta cautud a sentntion by
reading a ministerial circular dated tho
Ith inst, and addressed to tho prefect or
department. Thn docurnont Inquires
minutely into Iho position or tho pro
uncial prets, and confidentially into the
employment ortubsidiet and such other
meant or influence as can be tecrotly
brought to bear for Ut control.
M. Heult, mlnietor of tho intorior, ad
mitted the authenticity of the circular,
and accepted the responsibility for issuing
Alter a protracted scene of confu-ion
and excitement, tho motion supporting
tho Government was carried, vote 'Jb'J yeas,
to 310 nay e. The result shows that tho
coalition or the conservatives is still un
Cambridge Citv, Ind., June 10. Cam
bridge City races first day: lUIn, rain,
rain. The city is twarming with horses
and horsemen. There was nuver to many
gool hortut together in Indiana, and no
races to-day All engagements are car
ried forward one day.
Ittaa a ltd Fill I of the His era
For 21 hour-ending 3 p.m., June 10, 1ST3
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Ohscrvver, Signal sjerWec, L.
St. Louis, Juno 10 Arrived : Hob
Hov, Keokuk; Muscatine, Qalona; 11. F.
Joy, Ali:e Hrown, Now Orleans; W. II.
ltrown, Ohio nvor; Grand Tower, Mom
phis; Clinton, St. Paul. Departed: Fan
nio Lewis. Missouri river; Mutcatlne, Oa
lnna ; Rob Hoy, Keokuk ; City or Holena,
Vicksbtirg; Minnesota, St. Paul. Hivor,
rititiR. Weather warm and cloudy; heavy
ruin latt night and early thlt morniag.
Cincinnati. Juno 10. Kiver 8 red 8
Inchoi aud ( slowly. Arrived: .las
1) Parker, Phil Sheridan, Kiltie Ilegler,
Messenger. Mlnneola. Dopnrted: K H
II idtnn, Moitengor. Down: L A Fulton,
.las Jackson, and Painter. Up: IXck
Fulton, Lookout, Oakland, Stoom No 3.
Kvansville, Juno 10, Light rain last
night and this morning with doluging
rain thlt evening with prospects or con
tinuing. Morrury 00 to J5. Kiver fell 8
inchet. Up: Robert Mltshell, Idlewild,
Pat Kogeri. Down: Arlington, Anient
and Quickttep, all with good tripi.
JUNE 11, 1873.
Memphh Juno lO.-IUver fallon tlx
Inches. Haln, thunder and lightning. Ar
rived; City Vicktburg, Vlcksbirg. Do
farted last nighti Julia, Vlcksburg; Com.
munwcalth and George "Wolff Tor St. Louis,
tho latter this ovening.
Louisville, Juno 10. Kiver ailing'
Weather clohdy with tliglit rin at Inter,
vals. Arrived; Camden, Tennessee
river; Simpson Horner, Now Orleans.
Departod; Camdun, Cincinnati; Null
Little Hock-, Juno 10. River still ris
ing, 14 feet in the channel. Departed
II. ..I '.. I. '
I'lTTsnuho, June 10, Kiver 3 feet nnd
falling ttiadily. l'.iver butlnett dull and
Sr. Lnutis, Juno 10. Flour deprossedi
prices lower; unibltlea nnd low buyer .
Wheat firmer lur cliolco rail; other grades
uun and uijcftauged; .o Z spring, iolt,
I l.'(S)l 1; No rod fall, $1 27 elevator;
No.'JAI -left)! Ii samnlii lots. Corn firm
lor sound; No 2 mixed 38c olovntor: July
40c. 0ts 3:iJ(33jc elevator; .'ITQ'Jsc
sacked. Hurley, no market. Kye dull
and unsettled; offered at 07c, no bidi.
Fork rjuiet, Sl7 'J5. D S meatt lower;
cinar rib 81c; clear tldet ? c. Lard dul';
butchers $7 C,l Wh sky lowor 83c.
Memi'hm, June 10. Cotton unchanged
good ordinary lfiJfTjlCJc; low middlo 17Jc;
receipti J0C; slnpiiieiita 4.1; stock C 1,610.
Flour dull Jl u0(.i)l(l. Corn firm S7c.
Oitt dull and drooping 13(3-1 !c. Hay
dull and nominal. Urati firm" lie atked.
Pork in demand at lower rutet ,17 'J'j.
Lard d 11, low and nominal, llacon dull,
thouldert 77c; sides OftOJc.
N ew Orle ank, J uno fo.- Corn nulotj
mlxid eaier at oSc; white f'l(n,e2o. rn
80a. IUy dull; primo $22. Po-k oa lor
alSl7; othort unchanged. Slurling 2s;
tight I; premium gold 17 j. Cotton Urmo'r
slet of 4100 good ordinary 1501 1.
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ArrTOIiNEY AT LAW
Otllccover Flp-t National bank. ."!-1G-3id
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTOIINEV & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Olfioe over First National bank. 3-IMm
John H. .Mulkey. Wlllam C. Mtilkey.
MULKEY .V SON.
JITTORSEYS AT LAW
Oilice, rear rooms over Hannon's book:
SO. VJ4 COXMERCXAL AVENUE,
lletwecn Seventh aud Eighth streets.
UHEKN & OILiiEKT,
COUN3KLOKS AT LAW,
William li.Cir'rD, 1
Willura II (Jllbert, CAIHO, ILI.l.N'OIH.
Mllen F.Olleert, J
-Speoia. atttntion Klen te Acimlraltr toJ
OrriOK OUIOLEVKE, ROOMS 7 AND S OVEB
OITT national hank.
JAMES II . SMITH,
Ri-al Estate Agent.
ill buy ami 'ell all kitidn of real estate,
pay taxi-, lent hou.-cs, make collcctlnn ami
MONEY TO LOAN.
?20,ono In mini ol fWO to $2,000 on Im
proved leal ostato security In Cairo.
Stores, manufacturing etabll-liineiits,
ilHi'lIlngNand furniture. HulNniid cargoes
In-iircd atreaon.ible rates In tirtl-cla com
pnulc. Offick : No. fcO Onto Levee.
5-18 If. OA I IK). ILLS.
II. A. Thom-i L.I). Thorns
TIIOMS & IIKOTHKII,
Siicctt-osrs to II. M. Hiilcn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. HHOKEHS
Ntnplci and t'nssry Urorrrlta,
Foreign and Doinectlc
1.11 Commercial Avenue,
CAIRO, - . ILLINOIS.
1 1 HUM A N S01I M ETZSTO J 5 V F,
(Sucecsi-or to II. Thlelecke.)
ISeiil, r lis All Hluda
FAMILY Gil OCERIES
I1ETWEEN TENTH A Nil ELBNENTII BTRKETS
Having purchaiied the grocery ctabllifi
incut ol ll. Thlelecke, I ehull alvvavi keep
mi huuil u full nnd fresh Mipplv of all thu
hot Koods in my line, to hu found In the
market, lly billet attention to hiisineiw,
ami fair dealing, I hope not only to retain
all thuciiKtom tho plucu hai enioyed In the
intkt, hut to add lo thu llt many new pa.
iron. Asking n Mr aliaru or puhllo patron-
Itevpoctrillly, IlKltMAN SCHMETZSTOnKK
KiQitni ST., Ut. Com. A Wash.,
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CUT AND COUNTY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
2STO. 74: OHIO LlhAT-EB!
I H KtWItwiMrVM
. XT O Sti
HVuiiiTcitin IM Kl
BILLIARD SALOON AND
jonn uatkh. PtoprUi..
iMrmm.,n,.i ...... onan iiiiKiiiiM
me comm.roiai At.ant Cairo, ILLINOIS
iletl brand of Callfo taOlgaralu recehJ,
HILLIAUD aaloon furnished svith the Lett
ortables : and barMipplled with ttinet,lii".ion-
anu ciirarn oi iiieneM urau'i
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th and Gth streets,
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
A lino new Dinlnir Hall with every con- j " -vcnieiico
has been added to this popular
llestaurant, and the tioetiU will Iluu every I
rcijulnlto lor their accomodation. ! !
THE BILL OF FAHE
conl(-t? ol every substttiitlal aud delicacy ol '
is supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUOKS.WINES & CIGARS
JOT-MIxcd drinks prepared with care.
UAUKY WALKER l'rop r.
CAIRO CITY COAL
It pr-i'r4 to t'ipjl fliiiiimar with th
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at Hallidav Bros, office, 7
OHIO lbvcb, or at the Coal Yard below the
fit. Chariot Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tso "Montaue" wtU bring ooa
alouKtid to lUamori at any hour.
'c n-!rrrD irrwrdJiatv I
Corner Washington at.
and Klghtlj ttroet.
Or chamois and rabbit ikin
ror weak lungs.
At BARCLAY BKOS.
FOIL SOUK THROAT,
Prepared and told
By DAUCLAY UROU
And Disinfectant (or 8Ublui
At IJAKOLAY BROS.
And "Univerta SUndtxd.'
At BARCLAY BROS.
1 TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF OHIOAQO, ILLINOIS.
Centl. OfricE, TL WABniitoroiiST.
i This Oerman Life Insurance Company
, ewaranteet not only Paid-up l'ollclea but
I ,i a Vftm(J ta Cas on the Non-frrItursi
,,.; HUOK, . . . Pretldtnt
O. KNOUKLcJUORF, . . Hucretary
JOHN W. rnt7ES3,
Ascutfor Cairo and vicinity,
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Llfo Inraraace
and Sick Kelief by weekly duet and mutual
co-operation in objects of public boneht,
I Tho Lile Iniuranco l'ollclea will be iaiued
by thu Teutonla Lire Insurance Company.
1 JOHN W. PKUES3, Ao't.
I forCWtroatid Vlalttitjr
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOAHA, K. T.,
OEBUANIA, It. T.,
UANOVBB, N. T,
M..TM Ml OO
ComprUInK the UadrwrtUn'AU,
HBIUCN'H FOND, I. tn
BE0URITT, N. T. UAKINI,
4Bflot0tttMtM,tMMMWI,f MH4,m 1 1 AM,
Htorta, Dwelling, Furnllur. Uullt aad Cat
', iBturvdal rt w (ai-orabUM itia4, bee
mauaot necurllr will wrranU
ihareof itioir plruna(.
i reaveoiruuj ut or tb OIIImuoI Oa.
IV. II, Morm,
No. Pub. aad U.B. float.
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