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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1873.
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Coaf ""r Mortiiiisj IIMly
rpr I'nblMhol U Momtsrts Illinois.
JuUN It. OBE11LY, Editor ami l'uUlihor
TKKM8 OF tub uaiii Lutjuniin ;
One week, by carrier...... ? M
One year by carrier, in advauce 10 00
One year by carrier It not pild In
advance.... i2 00
One month, by mall 1 00
Three month 3 00
61k month. , f 3ft
One year 10 00
TtIK DOLLAR WEEKLY MULLETIN
John It. Obarly hu reduced the subscrlp
Hon oric of the WkkklyICairo Hctlktin
to One Dollar per annum, making It tho
e'HipJUpunrtMnil'iie I In Southern Illlnol '
rail I "R nmllrr on rry mr.
Til IRE has been both a destructive lire
and a totfous riot at Dublin, Ireland.
Tut autobiography cf Juhn Stuart Mill
will be publiihod Immediately, according
to hli instructions.
BoeTOK will spend Oftcen thousand dol
lar! for firs works on the Fourth of July
But the dUplay can't be as One, of course,
as that of last November, or that of the
thirtieth of ilay.
Tuk Spanish cortvs has passed a resolu.
tlon definitely proclaiming a federal re
public, and ba had a row about tho now
ministry. Senor Fiiruoras has loin re
quested to remain In power with tho old
Yictoma WrtoDHULL l not dead nor
likely to die. Sho didn't fall dead of heart
disease as was reported ast week; she
only made a foint of fainting dead away,
and Is now quiet and comfortable And
that's the kind of a woman Victoria li.
The Illinois and Indiana Central rail
road, Just comploted from Decatur to
.Montezuma, Indiana, was oponed on
Tuesday. An excursion train r-in f'om
Decatur to Moniezum, and from the lat
ter place over other lines to Indianapolis
Queen Victoria is oi an economical
turn of mind, and hai full faith In the
adage that ''six-pence saved Is six-ponce
earned." Sborwntly discharged a num.
berof laborers on her estate at Osborne
fir aiking slx-ponce a day incroaso of
wages and an hour lets work dally.
It Is rumored at Washington that Gua
tamaia Klines to be annexed to the United
States. We need Uuatamala. We rauft
goon until tbo wholo boundless continent
is ours. Manifest destiny demands that
we shall swallow every morsel of territory
offered to us, or that comes in our way.
Mrs, Levi Woodbury of Vortsmoutb,
New Hampshire, just deceased, was a
noted belle of the days of Old Hickory.
Her beauty and spi'its, both of which she
retained to a great extent through her long
life of savonty years, were considered re
markable fifty years ago. She was the
raother-ln.Uw of Montgomery llltur.
Bisohautok, Now lork, has n atfec.
tlonate daughter. For a year she has been
in the La tit of "cruelly beating" her aged
mother, and absut a week ago, by a little
more than usually vigorous use of the
wash tuard and clothe: pole put an end to
the old lady's life, and now mourns her
orphantd situation In jail. This tender
daughter is about thirty-five years of age
and is given to drinking.
Tat 'State Journal' sneers at Judge
Craig's abilities, and commends the abili
ties of Jude Lawrence. Wo do not be
lievo that L'ralg is a great lawyer, but that
he li a better lawyer than Lawrence, no
one who knowt anything of tho two
men can doubt. Wo Vellevo Craig will
suiuio himself or. tho bench nnd leave it
witb honor, but that Lawrence will bo m
fortunate wo do not believe. He is of
rather small caliber. Ho don't throw a
heavy ball or throw any ball with cer
tainty, Tub president and his family are safely
settled at Long Branch for tho summer
Four carriages and a buggy, seven burse
and one cow, adorn the president's stables
The conveyances comprise a family car"
rlage, dog cart lor "the boys," a two-sout
buggy for ibu president and a friend, u
mo-Je.1 rockawny for ilrs. Grant and a
sn-Mde phaeton for the pleasure drives
of Miss Nellie. The presidential houto
hold Is now cotnpoied of Mr. and Mr.
Grunt, Min Nellie, LMysei Grant, Jr,
Mr. Dent, Sr., and Gun. llabcock
Sikator LooA.sdoei not admire ?peakor
Cullum. He lays the speaker wears a
very small hat, by which remark ho wm
understood to iminuate that Cullum win
not a man of brains. In tho lamo conversa
tion be charged that Cullum had been
guilty of baclt salary grubbing while he wai I
In congren,and that Ins virtouiindiguutiun
because ol tbo late grab, was a stroke oi
hypocrisy that would have done credit to
l'eckmiff or Oily Gammon. Before tin
speaker's face the senator i sugar ; behind
bis back vinegar. A solution of tbo myi
try is desired.
Btokis hai breu granted a new trial,
and will probably escape punishment.
Bit counsel boasU of ability to prove to
the satisfaction ol the whole world that the
unfortunate prisoner Is net eullty uf mur
dar. So, heregoea another opportunity for
atlrst-class atmiatlon dying declaration
and speech before death ascent into the
most blissful place in heaven I Ws can
endure the deprivation ; and, to be candid.
e havea wet-k lido for both Stokes and
Capt- Jack. The ctptaln is a belter and
a greater man than Htokm, but Stokes let
out man who was a pen to tociety and
deserve medal for that. It is true Kisk
me.de Stokei stll Stokes was, and Stokes
liole Fisk'i mistresi, and then shot blm bo
04Ute be got ngry about such a trifle, but
htt of that? Stoke ii a Boa looking
yottBf mn one of the darllnEs of New
York eoclety ud 11 wou,d be ,yim 10
Hai kiss Ini eU'nlty from the itaffgld
Tuk New York 'Evonlng Mail has
pl&a for keoplng cloKntba streets of Ooth
Hin which It warranted to to luccoiiful
If not "then tho conlro of gravity will
Ml out of this lolar fyitoin. ' Tho plan
li to make tho cltv tho purchaser at jo
much per load, of atl tho dirt pickod from
th itrocts and convoyed to tho riror
docki where otlicors will be authorised to
give ticket of receipt with tho price rer
load (tamped on them. Tbii leaves tho
Dullness of cleaning tbo itrects open to
anybody and everybody who maydoslro
to engago In It. And where li tho cart-man-In
Gotham or out oflt-who would
not llll hli cart with dirt If ho Is suro of a
market for It at a dollar, or tv dollar and n
quarter or a dollar and a half n load '
Someiiohv In thu Ohio constitutional
cjnventton want tu make tho peoples scr-
rants in that stato too good. The follow-
ing proposition for amending tho constl
tution of tho state has been presented to
tho convention :
Whkueas, The laws of tho stato should
be uniform and Impartial, and as our fellow-citizens
who aro corporators of rail
road companies aro no tnuro to bo favored,
nur any more repruhomlve than other cit
Thereforo, It is thesenseof this conven
tion that no person elected to or holding
office under tho constitution or laws of
this state, shall receive any pass from rail
road companies. '
Nur freo ticket from any theatre or
other place of amusement. .
Nor froe hoarding from any hotel or
A prciont of clothing from any mer
A froo sent In any church.
A free bmi In anv staeo company.
A froo pass or ticket to any social ball
Jor sutler himself to bo treatod by any
naloon-kcepor, or other person or corpora
tion. Hut In all hi dealings hn shall pay as
In goes ; lest, by accepting the enticlne
civiiitlosof refined society, he may become
overpowered or suspected of being Improp
erly influenced or corrupted.
HUT TWO WORDS.
By tho statement of young Walwort' ,
tho uiurderor of his father, It appears ill t
tho unfortunato man spoke but two words
during the fatal intorvlew botwoun him
self and bis ion ; theso two words were "I
promise," In answer to his sun's demand
that ho should dlscontinuo his annoyances
ot his family ut Saratoga. Younir Will
worth says tbo words wero accompanied
by a "look which Implied contempt and
the reverse of an Intrnt to keep the
promise.'' And for this look the son
shot his fathor. Tboso circumstances of
this tcrriblo affair leave no room to be
lieve that it was tho remit of an impulsive
outbreak of an outraged nature, but point
to tho conclusion that it was deliburutely
studied and deliberately executed, the look
which tho young man speaks of being tho
frail excuse bo was on tho lookout for, fur
th committal of the dood,
TURN, MERK1TT, TURN I
tho 'Stato Register' could in any
possible mnnnor broak away from de
votion to tbo monopolist Influenco, wo
hoartily wish it would. Of late that pa
por has, if we comprohond its position,
drifted Into tho channol in which the
'Journal' has been floating for eomu
months a channel cut out by the run-
road rings of tho capital. In fact, on tno
railroad question, tho 'Register' echoes
the 'Journal', and tho 'Journal' repoats
tho lamontations of tho 'Rogistor'. Wo
know the difficulties surrounding both tbo
papers at Springfield, Tho pressure
brought to bear on them Is great. Rut,
nevertheless, tho Register' oucht to bo
wise unto its own intorost. The 'Journal
having becatno the organ of tho corpora'
tionist and apologist of tho salary and all
thu other congressional steals and villain
ies, is injuring tho Republican party, but
tho 'Register', by permitting n tender feol-
Ing for.certain monopoly Democrats and
Liberal Republicans of SpringUeld to
drag it into advocacy of monopoly mn
and measures, is not doing tbo opposition
;inygood whatever, but on tho contrary
Tub 'Register' has gone 60 far after tho
-Journal' it not only weeps over the
fall of Judgu Lawrence, but regardi
more In sorrow than in auger,
tnu insulting threat oi the other supnimc
Judgui to retigti WcaUfO tho pi-oplo of ttio
F-fth district dared to elect Judge Craig
when thoy desire 1 Judgo Lnwrenco ro
turned. "Hasty and incontideruto action
'of this nature" sy tho 'Ki'gitor,' "would
' break trom Its moorings thu excollunt
judiciary of Illinois, and placu our
'courts in tho hands of nnd at tho mercy
'of irresponsible hjBtors. "Wo havo an
abiding fullh In the cool heads and turn
ea hearts ol our supremo judgns, nnd
-believe raih councils will not prevail."
Tho 'Register' has too much confidence
in thu judges and loo littlu In tho people
Thu people eluded tho gnntlHiiian who
now occupy the bench, and wu can find no
apolog) for tho o!ertiou that tho sumo
ilectors will put shysters in their placs il
the judges should resign. Tlio 'Register'
nus mi Kliidinc faith In tho cool heads aihI
i,o.....r ,,.. ,,r ,,. i.l,.,..
"'"" v '"" J--t-"i
Iiavn an abldinc faith in tbo common
enie of the nmilo. Wo hone the ludifus
. , i.
oinj ireigii. ii llicj linv" uuuu llllv ui
the threat It it reportod they havo maJo,
a threat to rolgn becauso the poople
dared to prefer Crulg to Lnwrenco-they
thould bo driven off the bench by the In.
liunationof tho electors they havu thus
wanton y nsulted. It s enough thu,
' , ... . 1
monopolies and corporations have tho mi-
pudence to declare that tbo people nmit
hn a cnt when their demands nr,i miiii
It is too much for onduranco whan the
courts of the state step forward and say to
tho people ; "If you dare to proton against
...... .i f ..,n...i-.. -...I
tnis uoiiiiun iiit "ii
'make your proton ion nytno uso oi your
' ballot!, wo will leavo tho bonch. Inso,
lenceol this descripuon is naming; anu
... . . .ii.
th.i tho 'Ui'L'Lter' should become
trumpeter gives us sunciuiit cauiu for sur
EIQB7U BT , Ht. COM. t WillL,
OnMsril Jinrvb .11. 1'iflv.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, OAIRO
A. II. SAKKOHD. President;
S. S. TAYLOR, VIcc-l'rcfldcnt;
li. UYtiLOl', Secretary and Treasurer
P. M. IUnrLAt,
Pil l. (. belli H,
t . n.aTH'rLr.TH,
11. 11, LCHMMHIAM,
II. 1', UALLIDA),
J. M. rmillrii.
rtrpnalta at hut Amount Ilrccl1! rom
Ten Cenln I'pwnrila.
iNTKKEST paid on Jeponlt t th rsto ol fix
rorcent. ser annum. Murch Mam! tH'MMn-
Ikt lfl. iDtercnt not mUidran lp td leJ Itnme
lltelj to U p princlpHl of the ilppoxiti, tbrrelx
ItIiik Ihvm compound lntercit
UAHHIRll WOMKN AND OlIILIlUKN jl AY
O THAT ffO OIIK tip B CAN DRAW IT,
Opto ft it J liuslnf dny rrom V .m. to 3 p.m.,
,inl tfetuMai er ,ne lor HAVI.NH UKPOSllt
odI ., from t to o clock.
IAUVII li. llini.irr. Airnpuivi.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CIA I Jl .
I I, M MM ft
W. I. HA1.1.IIIAY, Pre.ldrBt j
HENRI L. IIALLIDAY, Vlce-PrMldeni
A. II. MAHFOlU), Cimhlpri
WALTER U Yd LOP, iMli'.ta ttuhltr-
rtTAATH TATLOU, IlOBIBT II. OrNM!l(lHA
Ititax L. HaludaT, tV. I'. IlAUU'AT,
lio. V. WiLiumoK, BtrriiBN Hi id
A. H. HArroiin.
Kai'hnnicv, S'iiIii nnil ItullMl ntnlrw
llonita lUtuiclu "ml Mold.
I POSITS n-onlted, nod innrritl bankliit
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
O V SI A I HII,
It. V. Mim.kk, I'r.iMdent.
J. M. l'lllLMP.-.. Vli'e-rrelili'lit.
Ciias. CUNM.noiiam, Ca-hler.
O'JLLEOl'IONS I'ROIIITLY M.iDK
EXCIIANUK, coin, Imnk ooton imd Unit"'
Stutfa securities bought and Hold,
lnl(irf 4llnwrit on lllllr initlSH.
com n i i . .'i i:kcii. vr.s.
A1IXOL1) & MYERS,
Com m i s s i o n Merc h ants
oillce (lor the urcciit) at Ike Waldo's
Are nrenarcil to s-oll all kinds o unpeny
at auction or on coiinnl-ioii. i -1 am.
G. M. A LI) EX ,c CO..
FLOUR AND COM All SSI ON
No. 135 Ohio Lev f.k, - CAIRO, ILLS.
JUHN li. IM1LLIS & aUN,
(Buocrrnom to John H. I'hltln.)
KO R W A HI) 1 N U M E RO H A N TH
DEALERS IN HAY, COHN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
lENTII-ST. am. OHIO LEV
Z. ll. UATHUHS..
J 0 L'HL
MATHUSS k UIIL
C O M M I S 8 I ON M E It C HANTS
I AY AND WESTERN PHODUC1
I'll VNM'I A.VN
A. J. HOE, M.I),
I lla Inir lieiinancntls located in t'ulio.lcnilprs
ol the iny Hiitl Mi-Hilly.
Iti'idiicncc and oilicc dor the nrcM-nti cor.
!,l'r '"'"nt and Twviity-llr.t in-ei.. where
, ne maj nc i iiiiMiueil in all I'ours. iKWIin
H. RUKIIIAM, M. 1).,
llomoopathlc I'livtlclati uid surgeon. Of-
mTol Lleveiith and CedarMreet. IKI II.
- ; 1
m re.umo the practice ol liU profenslon
w'111 especial rtftreuce to the clectrlca
treatment ol dl-ease In all thu uew ami Im
In all caiea of .etua o complaint a adv
u.m i... i., ......,.iu.,.. 1 " nuJ
OUlce, 11W Commercial acuue, up btnlrn,
II. WARDNER, M. D.
."-","lu " .-"iiiierciiii aic
IKUi.n ll..fcl.l. Ill i.,
urn-, uiexi unor to tno Atliuneuiii),
WILLIAM U. SMITH, M. 1).
ill rll'n.svr-. n i fiirtn(h
i ,WPBU WwhiiiKton vnu;od Wlnut Vt'reVt
Its J1"-" ooiniin.rcUi.VMmr, up .tuir..
0. W. DUNNING, M. I)
l" KSIDKNCB cornor.Mnth uil w.i
rvottioe coioei malt trwt .nd Ohio lmet-'.
Otso houm from . m, to la m., uil p.m
DR. G. E. 1)0 UU LAS,
a MMikiunt iimnlv of imre Nitrous Oxidn
Gav for the painless extraction of teeth, at
the Dental Rooms of Dr. Douglas, succekucr
loDr A Mi Austin, Eighth street, Mil
Our Home Advertisers.
TEUTONIA L I V K INSURANCE
OK 011IOAOO, ILLINOIS.
OKsr'h.OKriOE, 17ii WabiilvotonSt.
Thl German Life Insurance Company
guarantees not omy i i,lvrl";.V,"(,l-'V "
alo a Value In Oifi on the Non-forfeiture
inn v tiiTMir
JOHN W. 1MUIKS9,
At'cnt for Cairo and vicinity.
SKOTION NO. 17.
Aodatlon for iiromotlnir Life Initriinci'
and Sick Keller by weekly iltlei. and mulllal
co-operation in object" ol public bencllt.
rl lie Hue inMirance roucicn win ue l-sneii
by the '1'eiitonla l.llo liiuriuico Company.
11. MKYKK3, President.
JOHN W. l'ltUKSS, Ao't.
for Cairo Mint Vlolntlr
FIRE AND MARINE
N1AOAHA, M. Y.,
OJCIIMAN1A, If. Y.,
l.nfU. l,Wfi,7tl 7
HANOVKK, N. Y
pt Tit I'
KKPUIILIC, X. Y.,
Wf nm 714,11 iA (
Oomprlnlnit the Undnrwrltrn' Afnoj.
YONKKKS, N. Y.,
AnnDt.1 878 tM
FIHEMKN's FUND, . F.,
eKCUHITY, M. Y. UAKINI!,
3I0IPH. Dwellmr. Purnlturo. Hulls nod Cn
.urn, Injured ut rntet an fatnrable an tound, pel
'imnt-nt urcurltv will wartsnt.
I ri-pt.-trull7 Hnk of tlif cttltennot Cn
.l.mi of their pHlroDAne,
C. .N. SirOIIKN.
V . 11, Morn.,
No. I'ub. nnd U. H. Com
KIKE, HULL, OAUUO, LIVKSTOOK
SOKT11 AMERICA, I'A
A.,rt S2,7U,000 Ol
la.t Ji,H4,Jt0 7li
LVTKHNATIO.VAL, N. Y.,
tuielii - - ..1,3J),S(J
laneta JlS5,27f 4
AMERICAN OENIKAL, MO.,
Atoti JiO.CtU '
Ansetf 130,000,0011 (
TKAVK1.EIW, UAKTFOKD, LIKK ANO
Aot -. t,M.W) t
RAILWAY TAHHENOERH A-Sl'ltANCE
SAFFORD, MOllHIS & CANDEE,
71 Olilo I.VM,
II. A. '1 liom-i L. 1). 'I liom -
TUOMS & llllOTIIElt,
Succesobri- to II. M. Hulen .
AND DKAI.KUb IN
Muil mill I'iiiicv lirnccrlrH,
Foreign and Domestic
lai Commercial Avenue,
OAIRO. - - ILLINOIS.
II E R.MAN SC'II.M KTZSTOUKF,
fSuccosor to II. Thlelcckc.)
lli'iil. r In All Klmia
FAM IL Y G ROCEUIES
I1KTWKK.V TENTH AMI Kl.ENENTU HTHKKTS
Having purchased tho grocery p'tabllht
cntol 11. 'I'lili'lecke. I shall alwavi kcei
on hand u full and frculi hiuMily of nil the
lievt good in my line, tu bo found in the
market Itv -ti let attention to biHuci..,
and l.ilr ilealiug, I liojio not only to retain
ail the cIMnm Hie place lia- cnjojcil ill the
mt, but In add to tlio liU many new pa
tron. Acting u lair luiro of public patron-
It ipectflllly, HKKMA.N SCIlMKThTOIII'K
a:0vI T3DB !
Comer Twelfth btrcot and Washington Ave
J. C. HUELS,
(Late of St. Louis,)
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK HOOK
I 11I.A.NK HOOKS of every description done
! with neatliona and dinpatcll. All kinds of
rilui',. i)onu ut Miort notice, lllblcs, Jlunlc.
.iriiruziucn aud l criouicali uoiiuu uuaiuuii
al '.hn imveot poflble rates.
-ouuty work, mch us Records, Dockets
i 'toxei, l'ockot l!ook. Envf lopet, etc
nnlc to order IK'tU
is uookh, nianKB, etc., mwt iiniuiuui)
voMHiriHioif Ann roBWABmnw.
I'OIUVAHDING and COMMISSION
Kill (I II AN TN.
DEALERS IN FI OUR ;
And AxfDl of
OHIO KtYEK AMI) KAKAWtlA
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
COFFEY, PACE le CO.,
r o it w n n i i x u
A K I
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS tor FAIRHANK'S SOALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Lime, Cement, 1'i.AhTKK, Haiii, Etc.
O 111 J l.cvco.
tJTl will toll in carload lott at minuluu
till o I--. prices, adding Iruight, 4-'J-tl
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huceefiori to E. II. HrndriCAi It Co.)
Forwarding and Commisaioii
rfri" Llbural Adv.ncMiieiiiii mad
vjMK upon CotmlKDmente. Jim T-
rr prep.rrd to rrcmvii, itore and forward
frriKhtr to .11 point and Imj and
sell on commlnum,
w iiiiiiinnau iindi'l to rrnmi"lTi
.S D. AVKKH. K.J. AYKM
AVERS St CO.,
"iENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lkvkk, Uaiiio, Iu.h.
A'OOD R1TTENH0USK & URO
G iiioral Comuiissiou Morobnn'
IRS t)HIO LEVEE,
l'E T E R U U H L,
IVErX. i!US' ASET,
So. ao uilio LCVKK,
3 'JOtf. CAIRO, TLL1N0I6.
Our Homo AdvortiserB.
HEAL KNTATB AUENU1 .
John (. IIann.ii. Chat. Thrupp
JOHN Q. IIAHMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Xnrlti Cur. oini.i Ml, hihI Oil to l.ev'
Offer lor mIc nt low llgiirc and cay tcrnit
the following real i-eliito !
No 1 An elegant cottage, cornrr Twelfth
and l.ocll-t -titrlt, l a; ami '24, t I, third nil.
Lot" above grade, lolt In li 4, In what Ik
Known n tlu 'Uidgc Hlock;" tlioto lott run
lliroiigli the block irom rlltveidb to Mx-
ti-etith olreutt. ami Hie bc-t retldeiice tiron-
crty In the city adjoining property highly
.So 'J Lott !1 and I, b ir, city , Washington
avenue, between Thirteenth and Kourtfi nth
Mruuii1, wi'si -uiu. utiuu m o-sini j uuiiuuii
on each lot.
"No II AIo, vacant lot ft anil I!, adlollilng
tho nboxe. Lot II, I) '.'.'!, city,
oil Sixth direct, outb Mv,
between Coinincreliil and Wa-hlnyton ai
niift. will be njld In tract to Milt uuribaKer.
cry low and oneaty tenm. I
No I Lott 7 and f, b ..S. corner ol 1'our- .
tccnth and Poplar ftreeti, front on 1'oplar 1
trcet, wet flili', opposite pul-onivc IjIock
dence b, Vond 'ry', room" fiSlI
V.. -. ..i It.l I.... !..,.. I.. .11. It.... ...1
11 nut unit l c.ii -uiinji, inuii uiiifiini in.wtp,
1.. ....... l...r r.I... ...Ki.llllr.tl. ll..n....l ...I nnHli.
ill lllll.illi. VIIU VUH'lltlUII, TltllHllU Ul. ..W.V..- .
wet corner ol Commercial avenue and '
I Twi'lltli street. A great bargain IT fold
So CLofi i and b 10, lt ad, small m. a'.oies wiu n. ruinunm with aon nut Mf
house and ."table on lota, blli ground, cor-1
ner I'oplur nod Tweut) -eighth trcet. -C LiO X JtUa1jO
l'riec J.V0, one-halt ca-h. . .
No 7-Lot and new cottage In No 1 order. ' AND GOOD VEHIOLKS.
hall, thrco rooiui wi.l ,1lV.tI,r.SVitrt" 1 anJ I"'bHcmy be accommodated at al
!!o.e1)rko,!l'o0I),ar1cor"nel!: I Ji.f ' nKljl W'U' "f ,eSm"
No rt Twoer ilcMrahlo billui" houc
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niercial and a. ilnjrton a , nues, w 11 lm
old at tcruii to iia iinrcbj'T.'r rental of
per cent on iincunu-iu.
No !i-.SI.v lou in b 20, 1st ad. High
ground. filWcach on cany jiajmcnts. I
No III A well-lliipruteil larm on thu Mli- ,
M.--lppl lu lloiin, 8 mllet below Cairo. ,
'JT.'i acre, a larc portion tinder cultivation,
llrl-cl.is dwelling liott-c, barn and out i
building'). Will be i-old very low or e.-,
changed lor lmprocd Cairo property. A
L'rrat i.arKaln can be bad by applln oon.
l'lil. property U worthy thu examiiiullon of
iiuypcr-on who uc-iru to engago in larm
ln, ii it certainly h one of the mov lertlle
nnd prodiictio tracts of land lu thu coun
try. No 11 A "plcndld two-'tory residence nn
north ea-t corner of Walnut and Ninth
(trectt, with two loti very delrabie jinip
criy. No 12 Loti 18 and It), b 70 south lde ol
Tweiitj-llmt street, oppo-lte Con etit
IllocU "very de-lrablc lor residence pur-
No 111 A well Improved larm of 2 10 acres;
Hi) aeren under cultivation ; hou-csaml b.irn, '
t:ood orchard, bearing trcen; runnlii watei 1
llirouKh larm uuoio oteruow. one iiiartcr
mile from xlatlon and depot ol Cairo .V -t.
Louie railroad. Will bo Mild on eay term
tor per acre.
A 1'INK ciianck ron INVI'.HTMKNT.
In addition to tho foreKolnj; wo offer for
fale, or le.T-e, a larKO.niunher ol vacant lol,
In dillcrent i,irls ol the city, embracing Nu
1 liilelnc" and residence ploperty.
lu iinlinirovcd lands, we havo for bale
over 'J.'i.UOU acreb In Alexander and 1'illn-UI
countlc, nt prices raiiKls-ta fmui to ?lli
per acre, and arc preparcu to otler induce
ments to purchu-crit that cannot be equalled
In Colorado, Texas or uiivotlier placu or bj
"any other man." A largo amount ol lalidiol
the very best quality, tu Alexander and l'u
laiki counties, licloiij,-ing to the Illinois Cen
tral Itallroad company, lor thn hale of which
wo aro tho aj'ent. will lie fold ery low and
on such ca-y terms that a persou ol ludilatri
Oils habits, with a very small Mini ol ready
money, can In a lew years become the
owner of a productive larm. We liae
plats and deH'riptloiH of all lands ottered
for Kilo and will take pleasure In sliovvlnc
purchatjcis the property Titles to all land
sold by us guaranteed, and i-liou n Irom the
patentee when required by alir-tracia. Ap
ply to iIOHN 1. I1AUMAN A CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Levee sts., Cairo, Ills,
June 7, 1873.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SSCOKD FLOOR) OHIO LKVKK,
Buy and Sill Real Ehtati,
r"URNI8H AIISTRAOTH OF TITLI
And ITI" Cnnl farnin nf Klsd.
l, ii .niit.it.
W HITE COLLAR 1'LAN1N(5 M I LL
IS WAI.TKHN, s roirlelir,
HARD and SOFT LUMBEH
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POST
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished on nbortest cotloe.
Commercial avonuo, between Tenth and
F. B R Y A N T ,
Near Twci.ty-sixlli Strccr,
Ohio Lkvkk, . CAIRO, ILLS
All kinds of Lumber, Oak, Poplar, Cy.
press, alnut, etc., delivered In any port
of tho city freo of charge. '
Rrratronace lolldtcd. n,i niutiMiisn
Our Home Advertiser.
And buy jour
Cor. Tenth alreetnml Coimiierrlal At
1 nin now prepared to tiinmifactiire al
fliriiigntylcs.MK'li ai. patent leather, morroco
buck anil ral .kln boot. Shout, with box
toe, cork and i.timp Sc,)tc,, ,otOInft
and betel eilKo or any oilier Hylo you wUli.
I ijm ul-o niamiraeliirliW mi ,-xlra iiiillly
, . """.nil "inn work-
I niaiililp aro warranted to l0 ol tho bet. 1
am ilelernilncd to not bo undersold lor tho
1 atiiH cUiillly ol good.
Repairing done iic.itly nnd on short
notku It. Jo.nkh.
NEW HOOT AND SHOE STORK
j At IhfNIicn oflho RED BOOT.
i Cotixxn ok Skykntii Sthkit ani Wash-
CM 110, ILLINOIS.
Whero I Intllu all tho citlzrns of Cairo
and surrounding country to call and m-o ll
they ciiinot ac money, an I will mil very
low. I Imvf niliapleil tho old motto, "Tho
Nimble lVmiy it llelter than the How Six
pence." a. a. MATS ON
Cor IMevrntli mid Vopl r 4l.,
Inlormt tho public that hn batcuzageu the
, tortlfetnf a Flrt-clat Wairon makerand
al-o a Klrt-cla'f Horo shoer ami It ready
to manufacture and cpmrall kind' of work
In thlt trade with npalr and dlrpatch,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
IIITWKtM WABn'M AYIMUS AWU WALMC1
I r ? tha he b
I. I V E R T STABLE
on th Dcrlhunt J of Tenth strt n tun
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it. i .1 . . i . j .. . v. .. r..,,i 1 1 .
1 an,i win cniicavorio meni it i,y uirueai n
, d u, t aUeIltlon ,ls,
NEW YORK STOitK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
la no 1st vakixtt stock in tuk oitt
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
l nrnfr of 5 lnrlnlh sirMi ntid Com
C. O. l'ATIK
For Sal o at Wholosalo or Retail.
COUNEU 32D-HTUKKT AND.OIHO LEV Kl
mi P. Hllt,K
BEMIS, BROWN k CO.,
Aoknts Home Cotton Mills
NO. 80 Ohio Lcvcc, Cairo, Ills.
1 -.1-2 m.
WARD k ROBERTS,
Dkalkiw in "Window Shades,
Wall I'apkr, I'ukk White
Lkad, Li.nhkkd Oil
Sl'IHITs Tuitl'ENTIN K, OLUK
SiiKi.LAf, Alcohol, Eto., Etc.
Wai-hliiHton avenue aud Eleventh street,
Caiuo, . . Illisoi
Ti" C. Hanny wishes the
public to bo informed that ho
has on hand a Stock of Dry
Goods and Carpets as. exten
sive as any in tho Southwest,
and that he is dotonpined to
sell every article at prices
lower than tho' jowest, Cal
on him to-day nnd examine
goods and prices. He will
satisfy you botlras to quality
I . II' "II i WIIHM .