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OFFICE, B-U-TjIitEQTirtT BTTILDIHO, OOR. 12TH BTBUBT A.3STD VT'AaHIKOTOlT AVS3!TtTB3
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
Hcndlnc ml rr i a everr page,
OIIIUHTIAN CHURCII-Klglitecnth street
between Washington ami Walnut.
Meeting every btinday at 10J a. m,, and
hunday m-hool at .'I p. til.
Pra)cr merlin); Wednesday evening,
I'llKHUYTKKt AN-Ktbth BtreeL
I'reacblmr, Habbath at 101 a.m. and 7 p.m
S'rayer mceunir, vveaneauay bit m.
Uhlialh Hchool. K P.m. .1. M. Lanwlen. Hu
perlntendenU Rv. II. Tuayck, l'antor
MKTIIODIST.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut SU
rreachlntr. Kabbath at 104 a.m.. and 7 p. in
rraver meetlmr. Wednesday. 71 ti.m.
Habbath Hcliodl, 3. p.m. L. W. Htlllwell
Superintendent. Rv. K. L. Tiiomfhon,
(IIURCII OK THE RKI)EEMER-(Eplsco
Morning prayer. Sabbath 10 a.m.
Evening prayers, 7, p.m.
Uht School, a.m.
V . Kv. K. Coax. Rector,
oT. I'ATHICK'8 CUURCU-Mntb 8t. and
Public aervlce, Habbath 8:10 and 10) a.m.
Veopen, 7 P.m.
Habbath School. S p.m.
Service every day, 8 a.m.
Hkv. P. J. O'IIallorax, Priest.
fT. JOSEP1P& CHURCll.-IGerman,, cor-ut-r
ol Walnut and Croaa street".
Mas, every Sabbath at 1U o'clock a. m.
Vespers, it p. m.
Mas", during week days, 8 o'clock a. m.
Hv. C. Hovs-max, Prient.
UERUAN LUTHERAN CHUKCIi-mh
treet between Washington Avenue and
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbat U School at t o'clock p. in.
Hkv. ;. Dukhcu.nkk, l'astor.
rOUNO 51E.V8 CI1RIST1A3 ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting aecond Monday
each month at their room oer Rockwell
& Co'a book atore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. at
L. W. Stillwbll. rreIdent.
HECONI) MISSIONARY HAPTIST
CUUHCII. Comer Syeamore and Forty
flrt street. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. tn. and .1 o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
The church la connected with the Illlnola
Aoclallon, by the First MIlouary Hap
tUt Church ot Cairo.
Hkv. Solomon Leonauh, Pastor.
AFRICAN METIIODlilT.-Fourteenth, be
tn ecu Walnut and Cedar.
Service, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sa'ibalh School. 1 p.m.
Claai meets at 3 p.m.
bKCOND FREE WILL BAPTIST1 Fif
teenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service! Sabbath. 14 and 3 p. m.
Its v. N Kicks, I'aitor.
ritEE WILL BAIT19T HOME MISSION
SARISATH SCHOOL. Comer Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbath School. 9 a.m. ti
FIRST FREE WILL UAmST CHURCH
Service, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. 4 .4p.m.
Ksv. Wm. Kkllky, I'aUr.
FIRST MLSSIONARY UAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth Sta.
-Preaching Sabbath, 104 a,m. and 71 p.m.
Yrayer meeting, ednesday evening.
lreachlng, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 14 p.m. John V anBaxter
aud Mary Stephens, Superintendent.
Rsv. T. J. Siiohm, 1'aitor.
SF.COND UAPTIST CUURClFouruenth
Mreet. between Cedar and YA alnut. I he
only Baptist church recognized by the As
sociation. Set vices, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and I , p.m.
Itrv. Jacob Hraui.ky. Elder.
CAIRO COMMANDERY, No. MSW
Assembly at the Aiylum Masonic llall, nrt
and third Mondayi In each month.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No. 2t.-Regular Convo
cation at Mawnlc UaU, the second rriday
CAIRO CHASER N0.71.rRcKUlar Con-
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tuesday ol e try month,
JAIRO LODGE, So. 7 F. 4 A. M.-rXeW-
lar CommunicaUona at Masonic HaU, the
second and fourth Mondays of each month.
eC0DU TUB ODU-FELLOWS.
ALEXANDER LODGE, itM-Meet in Odd-
Fellow.' Hall. In Arter's bulldlns, every
Thursday eveuiu at B o'clock.
Governor John L. Uevcriilnc.
Secretary of State-OcorKe 1. Hallow.
Auditor of 8Ute-C. h. Lippincotl.
SUte Treasurer-Cii-i'cr Hutz.
Attorney tleneral James K. KiHall.
Senator-Rl' hrd J. 0le."by aud John A.
Xpr'esentatlv8 Eighteenth Dlstrict-Uacc
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Representation in tho With dlstrlct.j
Jobn 11. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma and Main-
'natorVoMhe SOUi district. Jewe Ware.
' COUNTY OFFICERS.
Jude-D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
BUtc'it Attomcy-l'atrick II. I'ope.
Clerk R. S. Yocum.
Bberiff-A. H. Inln.
Wm. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
Judge- F. Brow.
Associatea-J. K. McCrito and 9. Marchll.
Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John U. Uossman.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer-B. A. Cunn ngham.
Comptroller E. H. r ullis.
Attoney-H. Wauon Webb.
I'ollce Maglstrates-F. Bross and J. J.
MManhaUnd Chief of rolice-Wm. McIIalo.
Street ComralsMoner I). J. uiilllt'an.
Health Officer W. Wooteu.
Members l'ollco Force A. Cain aarcent,
V. Wbttcamp, l'liilllp Helm, Chas. Mcliner
and l'. A. Conant.
board or Ai-nwurex. , .
First ward-Ulram Blxby and J. M.
Second ward-Herman Meyers and Wood
Thiro waru joiiii neenxn aim
?urth ward-O. F. Nellls and M. J.
MHRh wrd-Jno. U. Robinson and Wm
rtu now en hand all kinds ol
DBY OOltD AND STOVE WOOD
For sale. Leave orders at
WM. KliUOE'B STORE,
Corner Sixth and Commercial,
Or at rprr.fr nl Twellth fd Toplar
...... Tn used
i vvcrxwraiiHuuH.v-- --
comnlalut of Ion by tag bscomli ig
JTT-T.TT. All L' rlnmntn H UH9
tbtm. Sold by l'rfnter and SJ11?."1
Reported Expressly for tho Bulletin,
WUAT OAI'T. JACK KNOWS
AltOUT THE KILLING OF
OEM. CAN BY.
HE DID NOT KILL HIM, HUT
HK HAU IT DONE I
ALLEN DAVID THE KLAMATH
CHIEF URGED HIM TO IT.
II K -WANTS TO FACE THE 3IA.N
WHO HA Y3 HE LIES.
HIS STORY AS 11 K RELATED IT TO
G EN. DAVIS.
Hotlm Oami-, .June 8. Capt. .lack
poke as follows to-day. When first In-
jrviewed by Uon. Davis be triad to Im
plicate Allen David, Klamath chief, as
bains; present when (Jen, Canby was killed:
'I don't know how to open the subject
about Allen David. I recleved a message
ast winter In thn Lava Reds, by old
Schonichln, aiub-;htef of bis, from Allen
David, at follow.! : I don't want you to
or your gun and fight like a quaw,tut
you rnuit fight like a man.' At
first I thought this monage
was a lie, but be came so often I tailored
I was about to lav down my arms
wbeu 1 got the menage; Allen David
told me to light; he thought the whites
were going to fight htm, and he would
loon let Jack know what bo was going to
o; Allen said bold on to your guns; I
m getting ammunition, and will join you
a few days. I am selling property to
buy powder. Allen aald don't act like a
omen, be man ; I will join you soon ;
tve lots of people; want to get guns
rst; whatever offers the commissioners
may make, don't believe what they say ;
they are trying to fool you I was going
to s;Ive up and surrender when I got this
menage. I expected when I killed the
commissioners Allen David would be wi.h
me next day, or very soon, and I had al
ready given up my arms. I ate food from
tb government and did not want to do
ny fighting alter eating their food
When I got this tueistge it made me aet
as though I acted for Allen David, and
expected him to join mo soon. Allen
David caused me to leave the reservation.
had had bad feelings towards the
Klamaths, but so many inch meiiages
ame I believed them, and thought he
meant it, so I acted. He and I were
more good friends ; he urgnd me to do this
thing last winter. I was going wherever
thay wantod me, and wanted some quiet
place not on the rocks. Allen
David always was prai.ing me up ; the
Klamath chiofs said the same. They
talked through Allen David. He was
big ehief. He said we must not think the
Klamatbs were women) They were not
going to lay down thoir arms. The
hites had all tho trouble. I did all the
fighting; ba did the looks, and though
they tried to get me into scrapes, I want
you to know why I began this war last
winter: Applegat and Brown came and
aid the Uig Chiit was coming to talk,
and we must go on reservations, fioldiors
carne and surrounded us bofore day. I
id not have a council; expect I was
asleep; told them to not shoot till
my boys got their guns. The soldiers
fired the first gun. I did not think they
wanted to talk after the soldiers began on
mypeoplo. Home of these fired back, but
did not; I took my things and ran as
ait as possible away. Old Scbonicbin
came and said he bad nothing to say, only
he brought a message from Allen David."
As to One. Canby's things be had on, he
said I can't say anything about it; I went
away, and the boys who klllod Canby got
the things; I was there but went off as
soon as I found I could not stop them."
Jack being questioned whether Bogus
Charley or Shacknasty Jim killed Oen.
Canby, he said Allen David advised him
to kill Canby, and so bo did. I am tell-
ng you I did not kill him, I bad 11 done,
but did not do it. I don't lie. Bring
them In that say so; 1 want to face them.
If I had my chains off I would tell all
the men who did these things. Scboni
chin says he shot at Moacbam, but all
Modocs knew he was a poor shot, ana
could not hit anything. Jack's answers,
of course, are lies, but many agree that
Schonichin took tbo mosiage to Jack from
Allen David, urging Jack to make war
and kill Gen. Canby.
Washington, June io. Probabilities
For New England and Middle states and
Lower Lako region Thursday northwest-
erly and northeasterly winds, clear and
partly cloudy weather. From Ohio val
ley to Uppor Lakes easterly to southerly
winus and clear or partly cloudy weather.
For the Northwest felllne barometer.
fresh to brisk aoutberly to southwesterly
winds, increasing cloudiness with possibly
threatening weather. For the South At
lantic states light and fresh southerlv to
westerly winds, partly cloudy weather
and rain. For Kentucky, Tennessee and
Uulf states east of Mississippi light to
i rei u firnuia winni nam nimMs
weather, with probably occasional arati of
iigai rsun louin oi leoaessee.
A UHHTAL MAN MUHDKHS HIS
A DRUNKEN DOCTOR STAIiS
HIS FATHER IN THE
AN ITALIAN EDITOR ARRESTED
AT CAUIIIUrmK C1TV.
CAXnninoi Citt, lnd., Juno 11. A
glorious day and splendid racing. Tho
3 minute trot was called at 3.30 p.m. The
track was in fine order, and there was a
largo attendance. Tho twelve entries
mentioned in this correspondence ysiter
day, put In a prompt appearance, and af
tir a few skirmishes got the word, and a
gallant heat was scored, for Harry Todd
of Nashville, of 3.414. At tho close the
score was as follow": Harry Todd, 1, I,
1 ; Clementine, 0, 2, 2 , Hilly
Lamberton2, 5. ; Oroy Aleck V, 3, 4 .
time 2:41, H:J4 and 2.37. The interest
Is increasing and a crowd of strangers aro
hero to see what the Ilootiers can do.
Many of the lest horses in the West are
here. Pool selling is vigorously pusbi-d,
and is of such a desultory and promiscu
ous character, as to prove that everything
hare Is at right angles.
AT JfllOME rAiix.
Jlhouk l'Aiiik New York, June 11.
Second day's races of the American
Jockoy club. Track is splendid. At
tendance fair. Ladies' sttke for 2 year
old fillies, one mile and ! furlongs, won
by Katy i'ease, with Calvcr Watson sec
ond. Tlmu 2:19J. Jocky club handicap
sweepitocks, 2 miles, won by M. H. San-
ford, boating Hubbard, Ethel, Sprsgue,
Eolus, Standal Colt, and Stockwood.
Time 3:384. The purse of 600 dollars,
mile and furlong, won by Bronnus. Time
2 toinutos. Eleven startod.
A GLORIOUS DAY'S SPORT AT
CAMBRIDGE CITY. IN
DIANA. CLEVER GOING AT JEROME PARK
Aviiurn, June 11. A brutal murder
was committed In this city last night, by
Morrill Wheeler, keepor of a bouse ot ill-
fame. He murdered his mistress, Fanny
Sterling, by holding bar by the hair of
her head, and kickod her till the blood
gushed from her mouth and ears, lie
then stabbed her in the forhoad.
hTADB BIB TATIIRK.
MidiiLKTOw.v, June 11. Dr. L. E.
Myers of this place, while drunk this
evening, stabbed, and it Is suppose'
fatally, bis father in the broait near the
henrt, with a sharp Instrument. Myers is
San FRANCihCO.Junu 11. Frank Paras,
editor of the Italian Gazette Pacific, was
arrested, charged with the tape of a child
seven years of age, who visited the otlice.
The prisoner denlos bis guilt. The child
Is In a terrible condition. She has lost one
eye already, and may lose the other.
THE TAMAROA AND CHESTER
THE CHOLERA RAGES UN
ABATED IN MEMPHIS.
A. FRIGHTENED PAINTER COM
THE PRESIDENT AND PARTT AT
Ohcstkr, Ills., June 11, 1873.
Editor Cairo Bulletin To-day
places Chester in talegraphio communica
tion with tbo world by tb completion of
the linus on the line of the Cheater and
Tamaroa railroad. One moro step to
ward uniting the coal of Illinois and tho
Iren of Missouri at this point.
U. Ii. Sl'ENUKR.
BE IS COM! NO WEST.
PuiLAPALruiA, June 11. Gen. John
Sldnoy Jones, who was conflnod in tho
iniano asylum at Uarrisburg, escaped this
morning. It is supposed he has gono
west on foot, to preach his peculiar doc
trines of salvation.
MAINTAIN THE I'HICK.
At a meeting of crucible cast steel man
ufacturers, It was resolved to maintain the
present prices of steel.
Terr Haute, June 11. The Indiana
woman suffrage society holds its conven
tion in this city. The first session this af
ternoon was not largely attonded. The
audience is much larger to-night, and a
very interesting discussion is progressing.
Miss Anthony is announced to speak to
AT WEST roiST,
FouoiiKKKrbii, June 11, Frasidont
Grant and party, Oen. Sherman, Secre
tary Belap and otherfi witnessed the
cavalry drill at West Point this afternoon.
There wern motlar practices and fire
works to-night. Several of the board of
visitors leave to-morrow and on Friday.
Mbjii-hu, Junn H.-Thore were 24 In.
lermnnta to-dav. aiainst 18 yesterday.
There is but little exciteoM&lin regard to
cholera, and but few rertomi nave leu in
city. Itlsgmerally bwltattrf th eevere
rain of last nlietit will have beneficial
A nalntor named K. Jackson suicldod
to-dy with laudanum. It Is said the fear
of tho cholera was thn cause.
Lohdok, June 11. It Is expected that
the prosecution against the Tichborne
claimant, will ba ablo to rest their caia
Rlii nmi rll of tb Nlvrrs
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Obscrvver, 5ign.il service, U. S. A.
St. Locio, June 11. Arrived: Illinois,
Peoria: Reaver, La Salle; Johnson, Keo
kuk; Lake Superior, St Paul; Colarado,
Ylckiburg-, Bertram, Cincinnati; Grafton,
Mound City; Belle MemphU. Departed.
Johnson, Keokuk; La Barge, Missouri
river, Illinois, Peoria; Great Republic and
Mary Alice, New Orleans; Grand Tower,
v.wti.u. iwuii. r -n. ..v. i .it... u
Cairo. River rising sWwly. "Warm and
LOUISVILLE, June 11. P.lver falling,
with -I feet G inches in the canal and 2
feet C Inches in chute. General rain all
the morning. Business very dull. Ar
rived: Llttlo Condor and bargo, Pom
oroy and Smoky City, New Orleans; Law
rence, Nashville. Departod: Condor,
Cairo; Sir.ipion Horner, Pittsburg; Law
Evansvili.e, June 11. Weather
cloudy and pleasant; mercury 03 to 76;
now clearing. River stationary. Up:
Ed Ilobbs and barges, and Geo Roberts?
Down: Sam Roberts, Mary Ament, 3rey
Eagle, Florence Lee and Idlowlld. Busi
Memphis, Juno 11. River falling at
the rate of 0 inches per day. Weather
generally clondv and sultry. Arrived;
Utah, Little Rock. Departed; City
Vicksburg, St Louis; Frobasco, Cincinnati
Mary Houston, Louisvillo.
Nashvillk, June 11. River rising;
four and a half feet on llarpeth shoals.
Arrived : Tyrone, Cairo. Departed .
New Orleans, June 11. Arrived:
Nick Longwortb, Louisville. Departed :
Jus. Howard, St. Louis. Weath or cloudy.
Cincinnati, June 11. River rising
from local rains. Departod: Bermuda,
Bvansville; Nashville, Memphis.
Vicksruro, June 11. Down: Bismark,
Bee and barges, La Belle. Up: Skillinger.
Cloudy and warm. Falling.
Little Rock. June 11. Rain. River
rising. Arrived ;ClarksvIlle, above. De
parted: Marv Boyd, Memphis.
PiTTsnuRo, June 11. River 2 fust 10
inches and falling.
St. Lovis, June 11. Flour dull, super
3 It no; extra 4 2&6 00; XX
15 25Q 00 j XXX $6 607 J6 ; family
l 509 25; fancy $8 509 25. Wheat
spring, vory dull and almost unsaleable,
fall, No 3 and better, scarce, Arm, lower
shades very dull, No 3 1 41l 42; No 2
$1 601 0'i, elevator. Corn steady and
firm, for sound No 2 mixed 38 j33c; ele
vator 3940o, seller July. Oats steady,
firmer. No 2 mixed 3333ic, elevator
373Hc. Sackod barley dull, nominal.
Rve dull and lower, prime 63c. Pork
quiet 17c. Bulk moats dull, nominal.
Bacon flat: shoulders 77Jc; clear rib
OioOlc; clear sides 91c. Lard dull, sum-
mer steam oo. unuot iui:i, nu .-ju-ni;
In small way higher. Sugar qulol, Lo.,
JUEMrllia, uuuu 1 1, vjui.uii miiu, guuu
ordinary lfiic; low middling 17; receipts
ant. .hlnments 400: stock 24.415. Flour
quiet and weak $4 501 10. Corn firm
07C. Uais linn ". ui uuimw
Corn meal firm $3 05 V bbl. Bacon dull
and drooping; sbouldors 77jc ; sides
981c. Lard dull, prices nominal. Pork
dull and drooping 18J In store.
New Orleanh, June 11. Flour dull;
super 6 60; XXX 76; family t0j10j.
Corn mixed 68c; white COo. Oats quiet
at40(uliTc. Bran dull at 76o. Hay dull;
prlme23. Pork fl7. Bacon dull at
7M5l9JI(3tf 3c. Hams 13Ci)14c. Lard dull;
92ffi95c. Sugar and molasses no move
merit. Cnlfue at 18CT20jo.
JOHNSON & BILLINGSLY,
CARPENTERS & JOINERS
Hhnn Twelfth Street Beiwea
Are prepared to do all kinds of work in
heir line fu Urst-clsss, workmsn-llke style,
anil at as reasonable rates as any firm In the
Slty. A l orders sttended to promptly. A
hare of the pubUe patiousge Is rePetfully
Our Homo Advertisers.
KAI. TATE AQBMOV.
John Q. Uarmin. Chas. Thrupp
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
lTorlls Cor. oiatU It. ssssd Ohio Lve
Offer for sale at low figures and easy terras
tbo lollowlng real estate :
No 1 An elegant eottatro. corner Twelfth
and L'AMiH ntrcet', li'J7 and 'IS, b 1. third ad.
Uit above grade, ft lots In l 4, In what Is
known ait tin "Rldgc Dlock;" thosu lot run
Ueuth klrceli, aaa the best rukldchjM.Maib,
ertjr lisUtHy iMiJiHnlmr TrofleMy highly
Xo i Loun and 4. b t.'i, city, Washington
aenue, hcteen Tlifrteeiitliund Kuurtei nth
street', went siiie. uuoa two-story buiiuing
on each hi.
No.1 AIo, vacant lots.', ana (1, adjoining
ma aoovo. iioi ii, u i, cuy,
on sixth Mreet. contli side.
between Commercial and tVahliik'ton tie
nues, will be sold In tracts to suit purchaser,
ery low and on easy terms.
No 4 Loin 7 and . b..S. corner of Four-
icentii ntui ropiar Ktrecu, iront on I'opinr
street, went clile, opposite pot-ofllce block.
So tt splendid builliest bllllillug, TukI
dunce In econd Mur), U rooms, hall mid
fniiitand rear ntalrway, waterou both tloor,
in number onu condiliuii; situated ou north
weot coriiir ot Commercial ueuuo and
Twellth Mreet. A great bargain If told
No 0 Loll 7 and 8. b 40. lot ad. small
house uml ktable ou luU, high giound, cor
ner Poplar and TNeut)-el(,hth streets.
rncc f.x, one-iinu casn.
No 7 Lot uml new cottage In No 1 order,
ball, three rooms and kitchen, ou Twenty
llrst street. Two clileuUU lota iu court
house block on Poplar etreul corner.
No ii Two ver desirable buxtnes houses
and two lots, on sixth street between Com
mercial and Washington nenues. will be
cold at terms to pay purchaser rental of W
per ceut cn luvvstineiit.
No U-SIx 1o(n lu h 29. 1st ad. UlKh
ground. $J00euch on easy payments.
iu iv n. vu-iiuiiru en lami uii iiiu jus-
als-lppl In Mis-ouri, H miles below Cairo.
.,o acres, a wive portion unuer cuiuvanon,
tirst-class dwelling house, barns aud out
bulldltiKs. Will be sold very low or ex
changed lor Improved Cairo property. A
Kreat bargain can be had by appl)lug soon.
This property is worthy tho examination of
ay person who desires to enguge In farm
liur. us It certainly Is one of the most lerttle
and productive tracts of land In the coun
try. No 11 A splendid two-story residence ou
north eat corner of Walnut and Ninth
street, with two lot very desirable prop
erty. No 12 Lots IS and 19, b 79-south side of
Twtntv-Urst street, opposite "Convent
Block'1 very desirable tor residence pur
No 13 A well Improved farm of 240 acres;
GO acres under cultivation; house and barn,
good orchard, bearing trees ; running wuter
through farm above ovenlow. One imarter
mile from station and depot ot Cairo A- M.
Louts railroad. Will be sold on easy term
lor fill per acre.
a vi mt cirAitcrst tor invkrtmstiit.
In addition to the foregoing we otter for
sale, or lease, a large number of vacant lots,
In dltlcrent parts of the city, embracing No
1 buslnesH and residrnce property.
In unimproved lands, we have for rale
orerzo.uuu acres in Aiuxnuucr and I'liia-k I
counties, at prices ranging from ?2 to fin
per acre, and are prepared, to oiler induce
ments to purcliasers mat cannot lie equalled
in Colorado. Texas or uuv other Place or bv
"any other man." A large amount ot lands o'f
me very uesi ijuauiy, in .ioxanucr anu ru-l.i-kl
counties, belonging to the Illinois Cen
tral Railroad vompaiiy, lor the sale of which
we are tho acents. will be sold very low and
on such easy terms that a person of Industri
ous uatms, wim a very ennui sum oi reauy
money, can in a few years become the
owner of a productive farm. Wo have
plate and descriptions of all lands offered
for mIo und will take pleasure In showing
purchasers the property. Titles to all lands
sold by us guaranteed, and shown I row the
patentee when required by abstracts. Ap
pi) to JOHN ii. HARM AN A CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Lvvec sis., Cairo, Ills.
Juno 7, lt73.
(J. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (second rLoou) ohio livii,
CAIRO, I Mil,.
Bur and Ssll Rial Estati,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLS
And prear ConvataBOM of Klods
WHITE COLLAR PLANING MILL
H WALTER'S. Proprietor,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POBTS
DOORS, SASU, BLINDS
famished sb shortest notloe.
Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
B. F. BRYANT,
Near Twci.ty-nxth Street,
Ohio Lkvke, - CAIRO, ILLS
All kinds of Lumber, Ouk, Poplar, Cy
press, Walnut, etc., delivered lu any part
of the city free of charge.
jari'tttronsgo solicited, and satisfaction
guaranteed. 3-'" tf.
CAIRO CITY GOAL
Is prpri to supply euivamer with lb
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDKHH left at HalUday llroe. offlce, 7
ohio lbvm, or at the Coal Yard below the
at, Charles HoUl, will receive prompt atUn
tloa. Ths Too "Momtaok" will bnug eea
lOBfslek to steaasn at any hour.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
JSTO. 74 OHIO LIjVEB?
HtM. been lfore tho American publio
OVER THIRTY years. It ha never
ret failed to give perfect oatisfactiun, nnd
Las justly been styled tho panacea for all
external AVoumU, Cute, Burns, Swollings,
Bpraiua, Bruie, &o., Aa, for Man and
SauL No family should tu a siiiglo day
ForBal.f FOR HALE
' I FcrHiI
tJOR SALE.J ForSaie I FOR BALE
Fare from LiviarooL,
Fare from Lokdokuihrt
Fare from Olabqow,
Fare from Quiinbtowm
TO CAIRO, ;:::::: 4 8 30
Hjfford, Jforrlt A CtnJtt Agcstl.
tlirpool ric-Tuik and Fblladatphia
cacn collator witb ckitsd statu aid santsa
For CatryiDg lh Maila
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aoi
lSVrsaiwsy, Mtw-Tork, rto
WsahlBttna Apn Osirn, IHInnii.
McniiEii IN Tint KirniT DKOnis Is gencr
ally broiiKht to light, but thousands of quiet
murders, or which the world uever hears,
aro committed by tl o administration pt
wronKmeitlclues. The dyspeptic, the bu
llous, the fcver-rlddcn, the rheumatic, are
too often poisoned with deadly drugs, when
tho pertlsteotuse of
Tarrant's Effervesccut Sf I tzer Aperient
With proper precautions as to diet and regi
men, would inevitably have worked a speedy
aud thorough cure. In kidoey diseases,
bowel complaints, fevers, nervous parox
ysms, and all other aliments that reduce the
strength and vital power of the system, sus
tain, refresh, purify, cleanse end regulate
It with this Invaluable saline remedr. Bed
by all Unu;glst. 0-11-e gdrT-lw.
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Retail and Prcscriptio
Corner Washington Are.
and Eighth street.
: CHEST PJlOTECTtm
Of r.hamols and rabbit skin
for Weak lungs.
At BAHCLAY BKO.3.
KOR SORE THROAT,
Prepared and sold
By BARCLAY HBOft
And Disinfectants lor Stables,
At BARCLAY BB08.
" YOUNQ AMERICA,
And "linlversa StaadarvL'
At BARCLAY BROS.
vltlinft 41.! TI-! . ir (
funded, nnlcsa tho Liniment is as repro4
i iS. 'au nijnruwana Country Stores'
at UOcoOa. anil SM OO nt TlnA t a
stylo, size of tattle. &E7 '""
A FEW APrUCATlONa UAU A
Pure Blooming Complexion.
It Is Parti; VsgtUble, and Its epsrstten la seen
And Ml tl onu. It does awsf wish tte FIuslMd
Apru)c mumiI by Utti. t'tugof, and Kid La
ment. Heals audramovttaUfUokhcSM FuaplM,
dispelling dirk and onslghUy spots. Drives any
Tan, FrKkles, aod SoDbani, and by Its staU but
powrrful Influrcca mantlaa the Ihdsd cbMk with
YOUTHFUL BLOOM AHD BXAUTT.
Bold by til PmgRltts and Fsacv Stores. Dtpol,
U lark l'lic- litw York.
HARRY WALK1K Frosyr.
KM htm sr., BT. Oeet. a waml.