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OFFICE, BTTIjIiSTIIfr BTTiajXJXIN" COE. 12TH 0TBBBT A.JSTD 'WAQIIIrG,r03r AVBDSTtrm
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JUXE 13, 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
THE BULLETIN.
trull as mat r n every pagi.
OUR CIIURCIIKS.
ciiitivriAN ciiuucii-i:iiiicnii stic-et
between Wnshlnirtnnand Walnut
Meeting every hunday at lu a. U., all"! ?
I", in. ,
nunday fcliool at .'I p. tn. ,
I'rajcr meeting Wednesday evening.
1'ltK.SllYTKIU AN Eighth Htrcut. 1
rrcacmng, rannatii at lot a.n. anil ii p. in
I'riyer meeting, Wednesday at"
"oiibui ncnooi, ii p.m. .). s. i-ansnen, mi
Irintendciit. Ilatv. II. Tiiayjcii, i'antor
IIKTHODIST.-Cor. Klghtn and Walnut Sts.
I 'reaching, .Sabbath at 10 a.m., and 7 p. m
I'rayer meeting, Wcdnr idny,7 p.m.
Sabbath School, 3. p.m. I-. W. htlllweU,
XuperlMenilfr.t. Hkv. K. J.. Thompson,
lator.
Ult'RCH OK THK )IKI)KKMKIl--(Kplico
pal.)
Morning prayer. Sabbath 10J a.m.
Evening prayers, 7 p.m.
riabbsth School, II a.m.
Hkv. K. Coin, Hector.
ST. PATRICK'S CHUHCH-Nlnth at. and
Wasnlngtou Avenue.
I'ubllc service, Sabbath 8:10 and 104 a.m.
Vespers, 7 p.m.
f-abbath sR-hobl. 2 p.m.
."(nice every dev. 8 a.m.
Ukv. 1. J. O'llAUAiKi.--, l'rlrit.
rT. JOSKl'll'r) ClIL'ltCII. (ti rmaii.; tor.
nrr of Walnut and Cross streets, i
Max, every babbatb nt 10 o'clock a. in. I
i.pcr, ! p. in.
Wan during neck days, S o'clock a. ni.
Itcv. C. Hoi-i-man, l'riost.
CiKKMA.N I.iJTIIKRANCHUROH-Klth
street between Washington Avenue and
Walnut street.
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath febool at '1 o'clock p. m.
Rev. C. DfK.iidCit.NKU, I'stor.
fOU.MI MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSoCIA
'HON. Regular meeting second Monday
each inontti at their room over Rockwell
A Co's book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, p.m. at
the room.
L. W. SiUAVf KM.. President.
SKCOND MISSIONARY HAI'TIsT
t.HUHCH. Corner Syeainore and Korty-
tlrst atrcit. Preaching S.ibbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. lu.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
The church l connected with the Illinois
Association, by the Klrtt Missionary llnp-
tlt Church ol Cairo.
Hkv. Solomon Leoxakd, Pastor.
AFRICAN MJCTUODIST. fourteenth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Services, babbalh. 11 a.m.
fabbath School. 1 p.m.
Clan meet at 3 p.m.
HKCOXU l'KKK WILL HAI'TIST Klf-
leenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
rnlcci Sabbath. 1) and n p. m.
Hkv. N. Kicks, I'artor.
r ltKK WILL IIAPTIST HOME MISSION
SAIIIIATU SCHOOL. Corner WaUiut
and Cedar Streets.
t-abbath School, b a.m.
FIIUT KllEE WILL HAI'TIST CHURCH
-Currr'a liarracks
Services, Sabbath 11 a.ra.,8p.m. A .ip.m.
Ukv. Wal. Kki.lk Y, l'ailor.
KIltST MISSIONAUY HAI'TIST CUUHCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth sU.
l'reachint; Sabbath, lot n.m. and 7i p.m.
l'rayer ineetlnir. Wedneaday vveulnK.
I'reachlnK, Friday cvenlna.
Sabbath School, li p.m. John anBaxter
M.l Mary
fcECOSU HAI'TIST UUKCUrrouiterth
Street, between Cedar and V alnut. 1 he
on HapU.t church recoKidied by the Ai-
Sml cc",'8abbatb, 11 a.m. 3 P.m. and 7 p.m.
ncr" ' rtrv. Jacob HBAUtrv, hlder.
secret" ORDERS.
THK MASOSP.
I.V1IIO COMilANUKHY, NO.
Aemblv at the Asylum ilwonlo Hall, Uni
.MrJ Mondays In each inontn.
" ilHO COUNCIL, No.aL-Hegular Convo
ration at MaaonlcHaU, tho wcond irldaj
.lnmCr5lAPTEK No. 7l.-Ke(juiar Con
CcaUoCnloniC0,Hall, onthe third
'mo aUaKo" F.A A. M-IteKU-'tofflU.
atila.onlc Hall, Uie
fecomland fourth Monday, or each month.
THE ODU-FELLOWS.
ALKXANUEH LOUOE, 54 Meet in Odd-
FeUow.' Hall, In Arter's bulMIng, ever)
Thurday cvenlnK at S o cloct.
STATE OFFICERS.
(lovenior-John L. llcvrrlde.
l.leutenant-uoveruo'
ecreUTJ of SUtoOeoe H. Hal
II. llalluw.
Auditor of State-:. K. ''.'J P"11
SUte Trcaurer-CMer U ur.
pt,en,n
CONUUKSSMEN.
Senatora-Ulchard .1. Ojclcby John A.
TpVeaontatlve Elsht-enth HUtrict-Icc
John'il. (iberly, Wm. A. I.iim and Math.
llUt..eWaro,
CIRCUIT couijt.
Judge-D. J. Uakcr, of Alexandor.
Htate'a Attorney-I'atrlck 11. Tope.
ClerkIt. 8. Yocum.
Sheriff A. U. ln-ln.
Wm. Martln-AiieBor and Trcaiurer.
COUNTY COUUT.
A.&e'il.0 E. McCrlte and S. M.rchll-
"Clerk-Jacob Q. Lynch.
Coroner John H. Ooiiman.
MUNICU'AL "OOVEKSJIKN'T.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer-It. A. Omn nghatn.
Comptroller K. H . Falll.
Clerk-Michael Howley.
Attorney H. Wataon Wtbli.
VoUcVMaKUtratc-r. Hroim and J. .1
Manual and Chief or Vollce-W m. Mcllale.
Street CommUIoner-l). J. OulllBan.
Health Officer W. Wootcn.
M.n.i.n 1'ollco Force-A. Cain Mi-cent
l. wi.iii.mn. l'hlllln Helm. Cha. Mthner
ami l. A. Conant.
'" n.Ul. Ill AiniCHUKV.
w.nt -Hiram lllxby ami J. M
" " -
nl.MUa
Second ward-Uerman Meyer aud Wooi
Thir.i w.nllohii McEwen aud r . lion
fourth ward-C. F. Nellls and M. .J
Nnith ward-Jno. H. Jtoblnwn and Wm
II. Morrm.
DENNIS HALEY
H ai now on hand all klndi ol
nuv n,HD AND BTOVE WOOD
Kor sale. Leave orden at
WM. KLUQE'S STOKE,
Corner Sixth and Qom'.nercln
Or at ron erol Twallth and Foplari
DKNNISON'S PATENT
HIM DPI tin TAOS.
nvorinn.niiitnnhavft heen uacd
kin.in ti.n nou. n troim. without
foomplalnt of Ion by UK becoming
All Eiiiroia nmuanlei us a
Uem. Sold by Printers and Sutiprtrr
TAW
I HUM
tfclaanaU.
eTerrnUere. B-awija
mumm,
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
INDIAN AFFAIRS.
(JEN. DAVIS GIVES HIS VIEWS
ON Till: MODOC WES
TION. HOW NEAR CAI'T. .1 (JIC CAMK
TO ItEINO II UNO.
- - - - -
IMS DEATH WARRANT RI'.AD
TO MM.
A CAl'.KIKK AKlttVKS JUST
THK NlCIC OK TIME,
IN'
AND A KIKST.CLAS.S EXECUTION
.SET ASIDE.
E IV ,
ETC.,
ET
HKS. DAVlV oriNiov.
Sa.v I'nAN-cMco, Juno 12. Oen. Davit,
In a convcnatinn with tbo rpcclal correi
pondent of tho Hulletiti, Jtinu II, jjivei
the following atalcrnunt :
" When I arrived in tho Meld I found
the troopt i't)(;af,'od in a war with a iiand
of Indiant oat lawn apd murdereri, wardi
of the neiieral governmunt, who had ro
tolieil against in uuthority, and were
fighting morciluiily, neitlur jiv
Iny nor accepting ij-.tatturt. I
iken thought th captive taken
in the future ihouid he eie"Uted on tbo
pol, ui tbo tureit and ipeedicit method of
tattling tho Modoc problem. When cap
tured while lighting againtt tho military
force! of tbu I'nitud State, and ai a iep
ralire nation or trite, I wti d lipoid to
deal with them accordingly. Since their
rapture I aicertained that the
autboritie of Jackion county, Ore
gon, found Indictment againit cortain
incmberi of tbo band, bat I have not
deemed It proper to turn them orer to the
civil courtt, bocauio they were waging
war agalntt too gotornmont at the time
tho murdera upon which tho indictment!
ro haied wris done Also for the tea-
ion that nffor their capturo they wero
riionerd ol the government, and not di
rectly amenablu to the civil lawi.
During my command 1 havo olnerved
that the citi7nr. when deiirjng protection
for pir!on and property, or. uidemniflca-
m t, I .i.l.lr ppan1 tn thu uu
thority of the United Statoi, but cow that
the war is ovqr, and the maraudori are
captive, both tho public and the local au
thorities want to tako tho pun-
bmont of the offender! in their own
n il. The threat! of tbo peoplo in tbo
recent bloody act in thii neighborhood,
hon four old, defencelen, caplivet were
i routo trout Kaircblld'i roucbo to camp,
ero murdered by civilians, Indicatei that
rial by civil law would bo uielesi, for tho
pooplo have made tip their mindi that the
priionert are guilty. It is suggested that
military commtiiion would ha ordered
trv tbo criminal!. If thut Idea
i carriod out, and tbo oCkort rompoilng
i.o court ihouid be of higli rank, .and
men who have had no immediate connec
tion with tho Modoc difficulty, such a
corumii'ion would probably try each caie
scparataly, requlrn about fi montht to per
form the work, to fay nothing
of tho eipenne Involved In tuch
procceJinij, an immenio oxpenie to tbo
government. Ilcildi, tiverybody civil,
at well hi military, knowt that tbo Indians
aro guilty of murder in tbo Urst degree. I
thought to avoid all iinnccesary exponse
of trial, of doin the work nniolf. Owing
to the dilatory manner in which tho
Modoc were treated by thoio in
chargo in tho beginning of thoio
difficulties, tho Indian! obtained fearful
advantago over tho United Statoi, and
ilaugbtored io many people that tliocoun
try wui aitoniihed, and oven shocked, and
now fear thoy will gat the advantage in
tbo cloning icence. Thii tame fear ii die
turblug tbo mindt of the citizen! on the
frontier, Juitico has already beer, very
tardy coming, and is approaching from to
many dlll'uronl direction?, -nd in tucb
quff tionablo tbapo and garbs, I doubt her
iticcoii in mectintr tbo renulromontt of
thocasi), Tho Indlant do not rocognl.e
thu jurUdiction of civil or military courtt
bt'cauio thoy aro Incapable of coinpro
bonding their workings. Tho Modocs
cannot understand what it
meant by court, thoy havo bten
interrogated on that mbjoct. They would
regard a court trial with iu tochnlcalitieti
at a hind of Jugglery, and If convlctadand
sentenced to death, they could be made
to uudcrstand that Justice flgurod in but!-
nuis at all timet. They havo committed
deedt which merit death, in fact tbo real
murderers havo nearly expected to bo
bangnd. They believe- the military have
power and right to inflict punishment for
murder, and as'the arreiti occured in Ore
gon and California, my propostd courie
it to foUIo tho quostlon by" tbo
tingle ttroko of the Uordian knot.
Tho Indiana aro camped in Unts, and
mon, women and children, guilty and in
nocent, all fearing mattacre. I had pro
cured chain, ropo and tackle, and all thi)
paraphornaliaof execution, and bad tat
tled. Friday latt as doom'tday. Tburt
day I drew up this declaration of charget
and read it to Jack later in tho day:
uijqna UKf r or Columbia.
. 'Par. v I . . r I I
Tm Viilu. Title Lave r.l t.. k 'V
JACK-Slnoe wbltemen first began to
travel through or tettlo in the country
i
i
occupleil by tho MrKlooi, a po.
plo or which you claim to bo a
chief, tbt Modoct havo beeu known at a
band of mercllritrobboti and murderers.
The hlttory or jour trlbo U filled with
murdortof tho whito race; oven among
your Indian neighbor! you aro known at
a domineering and tyranlcal tribe. Old
idttlen in tilt country report at many at
three hundred murders committed by
your pnople within tho llmitt of the prev
ent generation. Along tbo tliores
of this beautiful littlo lake, iu view of
which we now rtand, are tin gravej of
off r CO victlmt of .Modoc barbarity, all
murdered by your immediate anceitort in
brutal act. They wero peae-jrul emi
grant!, men, woffen and children, palling
fjuiotly through the country on tho pub-
lie highway. 'or their many crltnet no
adequate pitniihment ha ever been viilled
upon tho guilty, vltbor at a tribe or indi
vidual!. On the contrary tbo government
hat lately overlooked thnm. A tew years
aKui rugardlen of tbtee acta of treachery it
gave you a reservation, and that land for
a home, where, if you chose, you could re
main and enjoy annual bounties of the
government unmolctt-d. You all went
on thu reservation thus nrovldod.
and part of your tribo have re
mained, but you and your band, it
teemi, preferred the war-path. You left
the recurvation, you tpurned tbo kindnett
of tho government, even rctisted the tol-
dien in the execution of their dutlci to
force you back to tho reservation. You
havo had war, emulating tho bloody
dedi of your fathen. You have again
etrewud Tule lako with tho (lain victims
of your bloody band. All of thete vic
tims wero peaceful cltir.enk, uutui-
peeling slaughter whllo in their dally
avocatlont. You then lied to your tlrong
hold, tbft Lava Uedi. v.-here
you
prepared for war. You defied'
the power of the government, and
till tho president at Waihlogtun or
dered tbo loldieri to delist till the peace
commissioners could have a talk with
you, and if poitlble avoid iheddlng more
blood. Their efforts were fruitiest.
After much delay and many attempti at
conciliation on their part, you thowed tho
treachery you now try to conceal. Theie
act have placed you and your band out-
tiJo the rulet of civilized warfare. In
utber wordt you have made yourtelvet
outlaws. .Since my arrival here at tucces
tor to Otn. C'anby, whom you murdered
vi.h your own land, I have made unre
lenting warfare on you, till at lait you
h v been captured, with much expeuae
t the government, and the lots of many
lives. Now that I bavereviewed your hit
torv and vour tribe), and tbo recent acta
of yourtelt and hand, I vill close
tbit interview by informing you
I havo this day directed that you
and the confederate members of your
band bo executed at tuctet to-morrow, iu
the pretince of the troopt paroled for
that purpote, your people and tho aem-
bled citizens of tho country.'
Whllo I was preparing a lut
of thoio I Intended to execute,
a courier arrivod with instructions
from Washington to hold tho priioners
till further orden. After the execution I
intended organlr.ing a force for the pur
pote of itnrting for Columbia, and proba
bly I.apwalzing, talking with as many
rniefi as possible whllo on route. I knew
that tbo prompt execution of tho
Modoc outlaws would facilitate peace
talks among tho Indians of Oregon, and
Washington territory at well as Cala
fornla, and have a tendency to quiet the
Indiana all through the country. The In
dians all know that wo have capturod the
Modoct. They will quickly learn tlm
newt if tho death penalty it inflicted
Tho achieroment of tbit would have re
mltod in mutual benefit to tbo Indians
and wbito4. With the prettigo tho troopt
havo gained, wo would do great good by
atich a campaign.
POLITICAL.
ATIKANSAS UIIUH.
Luti.e Rock, June 1'.'. It having been
roportod that Mr. Brooks would issue a
proclamation declaring himself governor,
a (Sa.etto reporter interviewed him this
afternoon on the subject. He stated there
wat no foundation for the report whatever;
and that he know nothing of any inten
tion to organise or attempt to tot up a new
ttate government, beyond the rumors ho
had beard.
l'retccuting Attorney McGhee, who was
tent to jail for 10 dayt by Judge Morte, at
Pino Bluff a few dayt ago, having purgod
hlmtolf of contempt, he bat boon released.
00103 AT WEST I'OINT.
Wist Foist, June 12. To-morrow
Secretary Bolkuap will award the diplo
mat, President Urant will distribute tbcm,
and Qen. Uberman will addrott the cadett.
The pretident will leavo for Long Branch
tomorrow.
CASUALTIES'
iV'AH IT BUlClllE ?
NaaHVitLK, Juno 1J. Atwood A. Mor
lav of Yorktown, Illinolt, was found dead
tlx milet from tbit city, near Cumberland
river. He had come to thii eoction on
fishing excursion. Ho died of morphlno
almlnlttored by himself,
'
CRIME.
uonnmi.E irANticiDi-
Uamiltok, Ont., Juno U. At 7 o'clock
tbit morning, one Fieldt, crazed with
drink, fatally lujurod his wife with tut
." lb, ouUh' throu of hl
children.
twi
MISCELLANEOUS.
NINETEEN BURIALS IN MEM
PHIS YESTERDAY.
thi-:
EPIDEMIC SAID
ABATING.
TO HE
OUIO EDITORS IN CONVENTION.
TilEY DKHIitE TO HAVE THE I'Ov
TAl.IiAW AMENDED.
KUITORI IK CONCI.AVK.
OincLimi.i, Juno U. Tbo Ohio Val
ley editorial convention assembled in this
flty to day, The following oflicers wero
elected I'resldent, Win. Wllllkon of
Washington; vice president, E. 1. Haldo
man of Mariottta; secretary, II. C. Drinkle
of Lancaster. Kosolutions of respect
relative to tho doath of J. H. it.
Ilond of Chillicotbp wero ndopted. Huso
lutloni wero aUo adopted deforming not to
abate the price of posttgo from tho tub.
scription price of newspapers, and asking
congrctt to amend the postal law to ai to
provido for the lale of postagi; stampi for
newspapers circulated in and out of
counties where publisheJ, and providing
that all newspapers carried by express
companies ihnll pay potat rfte.
A uanijukt i
Wti held thii evening.
Tilt CIIOI.EKA.
Mr.lirHli, Juuo 12. Tho oicitement in
regard to cholnrn it abating. A number
of timid poople havu left the city, and ab
stinence from ttale vegetables has un
doubtedly had a tendency to decrease tbo
mertuary report!, as tbero wore only 10
Interment to-day from all illscaot
against 21 yesterday.
...
WEATHER REPORT.
WAiiiiKOTOK,June 10. Probabilities
For Now England Friday light to fresh
northwesterly to northeasterly winds and
generally clear weather Is probable. For
the Middle States and Lower Lake region
winds veoring to easterly and southerly,
falling barometer and generally clear
weather over former, but increasing cloud
iness and fresh to brisk winds over latter.
For Upper Lake region foiling barome
ter, fresh to brisk southwesterly winds,
cloudy weather and rain areas. For Ten
nessee, Kontucky, Missouri and Southern
portion of Illinois and Ohio winds veering
from light to fresh southeasterly and
touthwesterly and partly cloudy
weather. For the South Atlantic tlatea
light to freth variable wlnda and partly
cloudy weather, with areas of rain on the
rn.t. I'ortbeCiulf ttatet light to fresh
variablo wind and Generally clear
weather. For tho Northwctt windt voer-
ing to frcth and probably britk wetterly
to north wettorly and clearing woather.
FOREIGN.
cOUUKsrONDENT RILKASKti.
Havana, Juno VI. Tho Now Y'ork
Herald correspondent, l'rice, wat liberated
to-dar.
RIVER NEWS.
Rtae Full ot tbe lllTora
ForSI houra endlug 3 p.m., June 12, 1S..J
Above
Changes,
low
water.
HTATIOSS.
Itlpe.. Full.
Uoonvllle
Hruntwirk
Cairo
Cincinnati
Confluence
t! I
2
0
o':
li!
i'
i
r!
i
Davenport
Kvanstille
Fort Henton
llermauu
feficrson City .. ..
Kansan City
Kokiik
LeClaire
Leavenwortli.. . .
.exington-
.lttlo Hock
liuUville.... ...
Marietta
Memphiii
Murxantowu... ..
Nashville
Now Orlcuni ...
NewOeneva
Oil City
Omaha
I'adui-ah
l'lttfcburg
I'lattsmouth
Shroveport
St. Joi-enli
hit. Louis
,st. I'aul
Vicktburg
Warsaw
Yankton
Kmvi.N (iAIII.ANI),
Ob'crvver, Signal Service, U. ri. A.
St. Louii, June 11!. Arrived: City of
Vicktburg; Dubuquo, St l'aul; Rob Roy,
Koukuk; Baker, 0.ulncy; Hover, Cairo.
Departed: J F Joy, Nebratka City; Rob
Roy' Keokuk; Rover, l'ltttburg; Colordo,
Vicktburg; Lako Superior, .St l'aul; Kyle,
New Orleans; Kinntp, Missouri rivor;
Mokawk Bollu, La Sallo. Rivor falling.
Weather warm and clear'
Vicusuuk'j, Juno 12. Up: Julia.
Weather clour and warm. River falling.
PlTTaui'UQ, June 1'.'. Mouongahela 4
feet 8 inchet. River rising tlowly. No
arrivalt or departures.
MeuruiH, June 12. River sotllml. Da
patted: Olencoe, New Orleans ; John F.
Tolle, Taullne Carroll, St. Loult. City of
Helena, Vicktburg; Utah, Arkansas
Cincinnati, June 12. Rivor 0 f e t and
itatlonary. Arrivod: Pat Rogert, Mom-
fihli; Lawrence, Nashville; Andes, Wbeel
ng. Woatlif r clear and cool.
Ukw Orleans, Juno 12. Arrivod:
11 (1 Ycagor, St. l outs- Departed: City
of Qulniy, St. Loult. Light rain tbit
evening; thermometer 80.
Littlk Rock, June 12. River falling;
12 feet in tho chanhM. Arrived: Ex
porter. New Orleant. Departed: Olarlu
vllle, FortSmltn.
makket'report,
St. Louis, June 12. Flour unchanged.
Wheat
aainnln
eatdull.Noilredll -C$1 41 elovatorj
plo lots of No 2 1 00. Corn ttrnng,
rj - n imlMAnn o.h- Alfa far
sound No 3 mixed U1
August
Oata slow tnoT JfJ J lower, Wo a
mixed S-.'JG33o cash;33Io Juno. No mar
k'it for carloy. Ilyo dull NoSCSndollv
erod. l'ork oajy for huyort $1C 7&o
Hulk meatt dull nd nominal. lUcon dull,
thouldort 717Jc; clear rib Vic; clear
sides !Mc; hams 14(15 Jc. Lard dull, sum
mer I tea in 8c; butchort "Jc. Whlskoy ot
cndinglydullat80c. Cattle in good iii.
matid, but vncbnogodr Hogs quiet $3 75
L
Nr.w York, Juno 12 l'.'our, dull
hoavy aud lower; tuper Z6 '.'6(jilS t5,
common to gooJ 4C 30J 75 j good to
cholto to t(K,iJ CO. Whlto wheat X $7
Civryj SO. W hiskey OHV Wheal lower,
No '.'Chicago spring ?1 liff.l 10 J north
west tpring fl M. Corn Is a sIiacIo easier'
Wluter mixed tihf1', yollow western fi'l
fit. Onts heavy and lower , Western
mixed IOpT'11; while -I0(ji!50 , extrnchoico
61 J. CoIIsm quiet; rlo i"tli. .SllRr
very quint. Mola'ies itnchangnd" Mci
l'ork in-iro active; new $10 (10, prime
tl7fillb: boufuulet unchiiliL'O.l: cut mral
dull: hams 111(3(134 : thouldort H: mid-
diet fair, rxnorlt In dotiur.rl ami tlurt,
clear 8tc ; long clear fV.f. Lard moru
active liut lower.'
Mkunu, June 1'-'. Cotton llrm and
no talcs; receipt 'J 7f'i thlpmcnts V2 50
Flour dull at S10. Corn meal nctlvo
at $3 70. Corn dull and drooplnir nt
oSoCo. Oats qulut at -13(771 1. liny
nominal. Ilran dull at I3ji! ltncon dull
thouldcrs no .alo ; side 0J(J9. Lird
dull and no sales, l'ork dull and droop
ine at K.
Nkt Orsl.iANi, .lune 1'-. Uorn urmnr,
ecgOJc. ilran dull, 75c. Hay prime i'23,
Sugar, pood domand, fair S jc; primoOJe
Others unchansed. Sterling 'Jj, tight
premium ; gold 17. Cotton quiet, tnlet
3,200 prices reduced.
BI.AI. KMT AT K AURNVl .
John Q. Harman. C!ia. Thrupp
JOHN Q. HARM AN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLECTORS
AND
CONVKYANChRS
Xortli Cor. uinils tit. mid tllilo l.crre
Caiiio, Illinois.
Oder lor sale at low figure and eay terms
the following real cetiitu :
o 1 Au elegant couagc. corner lueiiiu
and Locutt itrettt, Wi' and'.'t),b 1, thlru;d.
Lots above grade, f lots In , lu what i
known at tlu "ltldire block;" tlioso lots run
through the block trom rlftccutb to nix-
Ktctitli ireei, ami iuu ueti rcMuencu pnii'
crty In tlio city adjoining property highly
liuproveil.
o l.otia anu 4, u i;, ciiy, nsnmgiou
avenue, lietween Tiilrteeutliautt rourtci iuu
itrccl. west side. (lood two-itory bulldlug
on cacti lot.
No3AIo. vacant lots.) ami fi. aiijoining
tho above. Lot II, b ":t, city,
ou Sixth street, -outli Mile,
between Commercial aim vt ni-liliigloli an
nues, will be lold lu tracts to suit purchaser,
very low and on easy terim.
o l.ni- . anu . ii ..a. corner ui rum-
tceuth aud 1'opUr kUrevtn, lront on l'opl:ir
ktreet, west sae, opiioiiif posi-omce diock,
So tv Suiendla (iiulnest bulldlui:. rcl
deuce In second story, 0 roomt, hull and
front and rear stairway, water ou both Hours,
In number one condition; situated ou north
west corner ut Commercial avenuo and
Twelltli street. A ureal bargalii If fold
soon.
No C Lots 7 and 8, U 40, M ail, smnll
house mill stable on lots, high ground, cor
ner Poplar uud Twenty-clshth streets.
Price t).vx), one-hall cadi.
No 7 Lot und new cottage in No 1 order,
ball, tbrc rooms and kitchen, ou Tueiilv
tlrst street. Two splendid lots fn court
liuuo block on Poplar street corner.
No 8 Two ver rtetliabio huslucs houses
and two lots, on Mxth street between Com
mercial and Washington nu-ntice, will ho
sold at terms to pay purchaser rmtHl of 25
per cent en Investment.
No W-Six lots in b CO, 1st ad. High
ground. $200 each on easy payments.
No ID A well-Improved (arm on tho Mis
sissippi in Missouri, miles below Cairo.
25 acres, a largo portion under cultivation,
tlrst-clas dwel.iui: Iidii.o, burin mid out
bulldltigs. Will be sold very low or ex
changed lor Improved Cairo property, a
great bargain can be hud by applying soon.
ThW property ! woithy the examination ol
any person who desires to engago in lurm
Ing, as ft ecrlalnly Is one of thu mosi tertllu
and productive truets nf I.iml in ihe coun
try. No 11 A splendid two-tnry reidcneo on
north cu.t corner of Walnut mid Ninth
streets, with two lot'' very desirable prop
erty. No 12 Lots IS and 10, 1) 70-soulh sldo nf
Twentv-llrst street, oppo-ito "Coiiwnt
llloek very desinible lor residence pur
iiie, cheap.
No lis A well improved fiinu of 210 acres;
CO acres under cultlatlon: liousesHinl barn,
good orchard, bearing trees; running water
through faim abovo uterilnw. Onn itlarter
mile from station and depot ol Cairo .1- M.
Louis railroad. Will bo sold on ens) term
for II2J per acre.
A I I NK CIIANCK roil I.NVKSTMIWr.
Ill addition to the foregoing wo idler fur
sale, or lease, n large number nl vacant lot,
in dillcrout iarts nl Ihe city, embracing No
1 liusinesu and resilience properly.
In unimproved lands, wo have for sale
over 25.1100 acres lu Alexander and Pulaski
counties, ut prices ranging fiom $2 to 915
per acre, and are prepared to otler induce
ments to purchasers- thut cannot he equalled
in Colorado, Texas or nuv other place nr by
"any other mun." A largo ammintot lands ol
tho very best quality, lu Alexander and Pu
laski counties, belonging to the Illinois Cen
tral Ilullrnud company, tor tlm sale of which
we are the agents, will he sold very low mill
on such easy terms that a person ol industri
ous habits, with a very small um of reudy
liionuy, can In a fovv years heeomu thu
owner of ii productive Inrni. We liawi
plats and descriptions ol' all lands ollcreil
lor sale anil ullhttle pleasure in showing
purchasers the property. Titles tu all lands
sold by us guaranteed, and shown from the
patentee when required by ulistraels, Ap
ply to JOHN tj. II A It MAN & CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Levee sis., Cairo, Ills.
.lunu 7, 187a.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
A
AU01TONKER8,
71 (fkconi) tloob) ohio lxvkk,
cairo, illu
Uuy and Sill Real Kstati,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF T1TLK
Sad i re-re tion?auo of Kindt
JOHNSON k R1LLINGSLV,
CARPENTERS & JOINERS
Miop nn Tweltlli Nlroel lie !
I'onHir Strvrl .una Ltiiniurrelul
Avmiir,
Aro prepared to do nil kinds of work In
heir lino in first-class, vvorkniau-llke sty le,
ami at as reasonable rates as any firm in Hie
city. All orders attendod 10 I'f"'""?!..
hare or the public pstrouijo is repi etruiiy
S.-R.OL-A-T BROTHERS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DKUGGISTS,
2STO. 74, OHIO UJuTBSX
lrAINU.l
VARNBHEil
luimnrinHsaaaV m
iWINDOwl
pUICUWjlH!;!
CiiAtiaXjl
CHEMICALS.
'aialjisal
PIITHICIANH.
A. J. ROK7-M.T)..
Il-ivlni iii.riniif.ntl Ini-.ttinl In I'nlrn. tender.
Ills prolei-luiisble services to the inliabitanll"
ol the city und vicinity.
Residence and otllce (for tho present! cor- ,
nor Walnut and Twent)-tlrt streets, where
ho may bo conultcd at nil hours. 0-5-llui. !
11. S. 1JRIGIIAM, M. D., '
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon Of
fice 11 Oiiiimercialiivcuue. Ucsldencetr
tier ol Kleventh and Cedar street. C-3-rr. ;
DR. . O. TAHKR,
Will resume the practice ot his profession
vvitU cspoelal rctcrcnco to the clcctrlca 1
treatment ol diseases iu all tho new aud lm-'
proved methods of application.
In all cases or .cmalo complnfnta n !
will no in attendance.
Olllce, l'JdCommercf.'vl avenue, tip stairs.
II. WAKI)N17 mTd
Olllce and Ilesldcuco 111 Commcrciul avt
nue, (next door to thu Atlieneum).
WILLIAM it. 8M1TII, Ai. D.
RESIU1:NC; .Vn. 21 Tlnrtesoih alrMt, b
lwa WksIiihhioii areaueanil Walnut stroet.
Jinoe liiOomiiiercUlaieuun, up stairs.
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RF.rilDK.NOK cornrNmth aud Walnut its,
Oitlce coioor Mlxtl- street naJ Ohio loves,
(itloe hours from a .in. to la tn , and 0 p.m
DR. 0. K. DOUGLAS,
DENTIST.
A constant supply ot ptiro Nitrous Oxide
(la, fur (lie painless extraction ol leeth, ut
the Dental Rooms ol Dr Douglas, tsuccissor
V) Dr A. M. Austin, Righth street. Mtt
Magnolia Balm
A FEW APPLICATIONS JIAkL A
Pure Blooming Comploxion.
It is Tnrely Vegetable, and ill epfnitlnn Is aeon
and frit st ouce. It duns awajr vnth Ilin Iluslnsl
Appearanco caused by Heat. 1 sliKUr, sud Kiclte
merit, llrtla andrenioveitlllllntrliissu I'iinplrs.
dispelling dirk aud uusUhlly ifots. Drlirs awa)
lau, I rxkUs, aud Sunburn, aud by lUKeiiUelig'
powerful Influence inanUea the tailed cheek with
YOUTHFUL EtOOM AND BEAUTY.
Hold by all PrUKflsIs aud Kaucy Btorta, Pt-po'.,
N t-ark I'lac- He Vurk.
K
LYON'S
ATHAIRON
Only 50 Cents per Bottle.
It promotes the UUOWTll, PIlESBIt.
VKSJ the CUI.OIt, mid lucresu the
Vigor unU UKAU TVofthe UAIIt.
Ovrn Tnrnrr Ttint sgoLtok's EiTmraaM ron
1 a 11 .ia was Drat plarisl lu the inarktt by l'rufrasur
I:. Thuuiaa I. you, a nraduatx or I'liweluu Cull.'.'e.
The naius I dtrlred fruin the llrirk Kiiliav,"
sinnlfyiUB to ctoisif. puroty. r0utvsii,err.
The favor It baa received, aud Uio (mm ularity it has
obtained, la unprecedented and iueredtUe. It In
creases the fleowTU aud liriurror tha IUU. It U
a dellRhtrul droaaliiK. It eradicates dandruff. It
pre Tents the Hair from turning may. It kiwpa the
Iliad cool, aud sites the hair a rich, soft, sloasy ap
peui sure-. It Is tho mil I iu QcssTITI and Qoautt
.is it van overauoiiiiaiiuf a l'siem Auo, aud Is
sold by all I irugglsts aud ('auuUry Storvs at 011I SO
I'tnts per liutllc,
K
Womin'fl filor j ii Ber Bair.
LYON'S
ATHAIRON
IHAGAH'S
SBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV.
Retail nud TrcBcriDtio
Corner Washington Atl
find Eighth ttreet.
' CHEST PROTECTOIL'J.
Of chniuoti and rabbit tkla
for weak Iungi.
At 1IARCLAY BKOfL
CHLORATK
01.OZE1TC3-BS
I OR SORK THROAT,
Prepared and sold
II v BARCLAY RROi
HORSE AND
CATTLE MED1C1NIS
And DlsinfcctanU tor Stab'.ee.
At BAP.CLAY BR03.
FINE CIGARS,
hon'ky BW
VOUNO AMERICA,
And "Unlversa Standard.'
At BARCLAY BROS.
.
BARKS
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
J3-A.ITIC.
S'jsrSer d Mareti II, lNie.
nvnci of
CITY NATIONAL BANK,
o mesne :
CAIRO
A. 11. 8 AFFORD. Pretident ; .
S. 8. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
11. HYSLOP, Secreury and Trtatuxsr
P. M. lUaetAT,
K. II. tfrocarLita.
Oias. OALiaaia.
Jacx O. tJoava,
li. r. Haiusav.
It. II, Ccssmunm,
J. M. PBltUM
Depualta ot asar Amoial KBlTltf f
Tea Ceata Cpwttvda.
I fNTKHEST paid 00 dspotlla al She rat ol SIX
JL paroenl. pr annum, Maron 1st and Hp(-s
I lr l.i. iuterMi ool withdrawn la addtd imrnaw
diatolj to tf pnnclpal of the deposit, Ihcrsrv
rItIdk them compound InMrMt.
' VI A R XI KT) vnuii in nnnni wa-w
DiroaiT uovbt
o tbit an oaa sui oaa oaaw rr.
Open ever; bustn' da from lb. to I p.u
and Maturdas T- .aa tot HA VINO DIPOMilC
oni( from 10 s 0 clock.
W. BraLQP. Treaearw.
THE CITY NATIONAL
i A.3STTC.
1AIKII, ILLISOIft
CAPITAL,
1100,000
official:
W. P. H.I,l,IIAr, I'reslJaat;
IIKMIlr L. UAXLIDAT, Vioa-PrMWsai
A. H.HAFK0K1, Cashiw;
WAhTEtt HVHI.OP, AsslsllaOiihlff
hiasctoaai
Hratrs Tanoa, Roaiar H. Gcsjimbaav
HtNar L. IlauitiaT, W. P. Uauibat,
(iao, u, WiiuiMsoi, Siaraaa tJias
A. 11. Hartoas.
Kxrhisnaje, Dotal auad L'atltd BtatM
Buadi Ha H tit svatd el.
liJPOHIIH reealrcl, and a asjneral baaklfta
business don.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or OAIBS).
R. W. MlLl.Kn, President.
J. M. I'lULLll'd. Viee-l'resldeBt.
CltAs. OUNMNQIlAM, Cashier.
OOLLRCTIONS PROUiTLY MADS.
EXCHANGE, coin, bank aoUa aad Daitetl
Htatoa socurllles bought and sold.
(inrnai Allowed on lluae Itraioa'ta,
PARKKR & DLAKI,
WALL PAPER PAIHra,
pssitr. BeaaUie, UavaejUat.
WIKTDO-W O-XtULBS;
WIKDOW tlASlt,
And the oelbraU4 UlQawlMMM
AURORA OIL.
uuoaa' tuiMiiv, oo,llTi,tK)i
MIlOJaUl'lTst
Cairo - t tUMM
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