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JOHN U. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR;
THE BULLETIN.
HriiillUK mat r . n mtrry Vf; '
our churches.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH Eighteenth street
between Washington anil Walnut.
Meeting every btinday at 10J a. in., ami 8
p. in.
Mitiilay school at.S p. ru.
I'mjcr nief titi Wednesday cvculug.
PltK!lliYTEI.iAN-r:ifcrt Street.
PreaOtilng, Hatiliath at a.m. and i p.m
Prayer meeting. Wednesday at 71 P. m.
ahfiath HcljocVM'.m. .Ml. Lansileri, Bu.
ptrlntmdeni. Hkv. H.'iiiayui, Pastor
METHOD 1ST. Cor. Klclitli ami Walnut SK.
Preaching, tjalibatti at 104 a.m., ami 7 p. m
Prayer meeting, Wrdncsday,7t I'-"'-
Sabbath School, 3. p.m. I.. W . btlllwell,
.Jiiperlntcndcnt. Rev. K. I.. '1 iiomi hom,
Pastor,
(. HLUICI1 OK TICK REDEEMER (Eplsco
liVriilng prayer. Sabbath 104 &.
Evening prayer. 7Jp-m-rjabbatliberiOol.UB.in..
Ricv. E. Coin, Hector.
' T. PATRICK'S CHUJICH-Nluth St. and
Wa,nlfigton Avenue.
Public service, Hnlit).itli :1) ami 10) a.m.
espcrs, 7 p.m.
kihlmlh School, 2 p.m.
Srvire every (lay, H a.m. . , ,
ItKV. 1'. J. O'lUl.LOItA, 1'rfClt.
T. JOEPll'is Clll.'RCll. (dermaii,; cor-
tier ni vv allillt ami Cross street.
Ma, eviry sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
efpers, 2 p. in.
M during week days, 8 o'clock a. ni.
Htv. Hokima.v, Prfet.
lil.RMAN I.CTHKRAN CHl'.RCH-l.Ith
.treet between Washington Avtnue and
vV allillt street.
Preaching Bumlay morning al 10 o'clock.
Aabbuth school at 2 o'clock p.m.
ItKV. 0. DUKItSCIIM-.U, l'a'tnr.
Vlji NO MEN'S ClIKIaTlAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
each mouth at tbelr room over Rockwell
A l;o's book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly l-ieycr meeting, Kriday, 74 p.m.al
the mum.
L. W. fiTiLLWELL. PresUcnt.
fcKCOND MISSIONARY BAPTIST
Hl'llCH. Corner Syeaiuore and rorty
llrst streets. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. ui. and il o'clock p. in.
Sunday school 1 o'clock p. in.
Tho church I connected with the Illinois
Aoclatlon, by the first Missionary Hap.
list church ol Cairo.
Rs.V. SALOMON I.BO.VAItll, Pastor.
A Kill CAN METHODIST. Kourtecuta, be
tweeii Walnut and Ceil sr.'.
Senlces Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sa'ibatli School. 1) P.".
CU meeU at 3 p.m.
bECOND KREE WILL BAPTIST KIN
iteiilli Street., between Walnut and Ced.tr.
Bervlies sabbath, 1J and a p. m.
Hkv. N. Hicks, 1'aitor.
FHEK WILL BA1TI3T HOME MISSION
sAHHATll SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar street.
Sabbath School, It a.m.
Filial KHEE WiLL BAPTIST CHUHCIJ
l 'iirrr
' liarrack
ben -feci, sabbath 11 a.m., a p.m. up. m.
HKV. Wm. KKLI.KV, I'aator.
MUST MI&JIONAKV 1IA1TIST CI1UHC11.
-Cedar, between N'lntli and Tenth SU.
l'reachlns Sabbath, 10J a.m. and 71 p.m.
Trayer lueetiuin N ediiei.day eteulng.
l'reachlli,', Friday evenlot?.
sabbath school, U p.m. John anBaxter
aud Alary Stejibeu, Sup rtnttndenu.
HKV. T..I.SIIOUKS, l'a.tor.
SECOND UAl'TlsT CltUItCll-Kourtecntli
iT, betw ecn Cedar and ahiut. I lie
oiuj llapU.t church recofciiUed by the A-
.SerVlccs'Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
HFV. Jacou I1KADI.KY, Elder.
SEUHET OltDEltS.
THE MASONS. CA . ,
UA1HO COilMANDEllY, NO. -SUtd
A., .embly at Uie Aaylum Maaonic Hall, Unit
and third Mondays In each month.
3A1 HO COUNCIL-, No.24.-Kei(UUr Convo
cation Mavinlc UaU, the econd Friday
"aihocSutTEII No. 71.-He(rular Con
- vicaVion at Maonlo Hall, onho third
Tuemlay ol every month,
knbmcaEMVlaiX
K1.VK KSimi LODOE, 4-Meeta In Odd
Feltwil' Hall, la Arter. hulldlnK. every
Thurwlay eveaing at 8 o clock.
STATE OFFICERS.
Oovemor-John L. ileverldge.
LUutenant'Oovemor ..,-
Sei retarv of St-WUturl?0 Ilatlow'
Audli"r of BUte-C. E. lUbieott.
SUte Treanurcr-Cu-per Ituiz.
Attorney (lencral Jamc K. hd.all.
aupt. l'uhllc I nutructlon-Ne wton Hatcmau
CONUKEsbMEN.
Senatorfr-nichard J. Ogle-by and John A.
LXprewnUUve Eighteenth Dlitrict-Uacc
Clement.
MEMHEH3 QENEHAL AS9EMULY.
Hcprei-entativen In the Will illit'ict.j
John 11. Obcrly, Win. A. Lemma and Math-
-v J. lniieore.
Sinatorforthe 60th district JcskeWare.
CuuNTY OFFICEHb.
ClllCUIT COUKT.
Judge D. J. Ilaker, of Alexandor.
Htate'H Attorney 1'utrick H. l'ope.
Clerk H. S. Yocutn.
Fherill-A. 11. Irvln.
Wni. Martin Acaaor and Treasurer.
COUNTY COUKT.
Judge- K. Ilrom.
AkKoclate-J. E. McCrite and 3. Marchil
ion. Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. Oaniman.
MUNICIPAL "OOVEHNMENT.
Mayor .John v oou.
Treasurer H. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller-r;. ii. r umo.
Clerk-Michael Howlov.
Attorney-U. WaUon Wobb.
Police MaKUtratea V. lirona and J. J.
UiMa'rhal and Clilel of foUce-Wm. Mc Hale.
Ptreet Commlloner-D. J. (lalllfau.
Health Olllccr W. Woolen.
Member Police Force ,. Cain fcarcent,
F. Whltcamp, Phi Hp Helm, Chas. Mehncr
aud P. A. Coiiant.
BOAIMI OF AM1KIIMKN.
First ward-Illram IJlxby and J. M.
Second ward-Herman Meyorii and Wood
RlThPrdward John McEwen and V. Kor-
F. Ncllls and M. J,
Filth ward-Jno. n. lloblnson and Win,
H. Morris.
DENNIS HALHY
Ilni now on hand all kinds ol
COUP AN d srovK WOOD
DHY
For salo. Leave orders at
WM. KLUOE'S STOKE,
Corner Sixth and Commercial,
Or at inn irm Twnltlh ami Poplar-
DENNISON'8 PATENT
HRIRPINO TAO.
nvr9nnmlillniiiiiavn been used
within the past ten years, without
complaint of loss by tag becoming
taj.eu. All Exnresi Companies
thorn. 6oW by Priateri Md Statlonerr
d
sjfrvrynDHV, oia-w
IlililJLlUUlll llJUt
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin
PERSONAL.
FUN Hll h UKKKMONI KS
Till: LATH MiNISTKlt
Ultlt.
01
IMl'Ofcl NO I) E.M ONST HA T 1 0 N
MY THK MASO.WS.
DISTINGUISH Kl) UmZK.WS AT
TEN I) THE OIlSliQUIKS.
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rUNKHAL SKK.MOV HV KKV. Mi
HEi'WOin'll.
ETC.,
Kl C,
KR'.
OKKft l UNKI'.AL CkllKMOMI5.
New Yoiik, Jun 13. At two o'clock
llili nlternuon all lliu municipal oUici.
wore cUne l nf a nurk of rerpect to th
memory of lato United Slal-i Minister
rr.
Among ihoeo who called nt Iho govrr
nor'a n-oni to-day to view the ri-iiiriiri.
w re Mcj. Urn. Hancock and itff, who
alio accented an luvilution 10 juflicljial
in tlio lun ral cereinor.ie..
Pie.ldetit Urant tol-gmphed from Weei
i'oint hit ri-grett that hit enngemenl
would not purmit him to Lu preaunt.
Wilinot UuSjatmuro, ex-grand matter !
tlio Mnioniu frutertiity.of South Caro lnp,
nlcgrapbd that be was on hU war to a -
tend tbo funeral.
Twenty Mumnic lodges roDortod at Cii
ball lb morning, that thoy will join Itu
funeral eicorl, and aboui forty mure
oJl-vt from this city, Hrooxljn and
Jer!y City, will participate.
As thi City hall clock struck high noon
to-day, the band of lbs New York com
rnandery, italloueJ in tbo rotunda, playnj
the dirge from Lucin Da Limmermonr.
A larg crowd of ptoplu wti gathered in
the neighboraixxl.
the si-icta or..
Atout 1 o'clock Uin afternoon a ijreat
number of persons bai assembled in Cily
Hall park and its neighborhood, to wil-
ne.i ttio removal of tbo body.
city iui.l.
Was tilled with rotnluenl Kroo Masons,
membur.of the common council and other-
who bad coino to 'taks part in tbe cere
monies. EXI-RKftSJOX or t'ha.vk.
Deputy O. M. KldwooJ Tlurnc, In a
brio! address to Mayor Uavimyur, as
sumed charge of tbe romaini, and ibunktd
tbu city for tbo interest tbe corporate au
thorities bad taken in tbo remains, and
expressed hit thanks and theso of tbe
family of deceased.
THE MAYOR,
In reply, oxproised his acKnovrle,dgemenl
lor thj trust rupoei in the city, aud con
veyed sympatblos to thu family of tbe la
mented deceased.
AT lIALr-J-A.T TWO
Tbo olllcers of tbe grand lolge, ind tbe
mayor and members of tbe common coun
cil descended from tbe governor's room,
to leave tbo hall, and tben marched slowly
out to tbe park, followed by the pall-bearers
with tbu body.
A f-OLEMS DIRQE
Was meanwhile performed by tbn band
stationed in tho rotunda. Tbe coflln was
borne by twolvt Knights Templar.
TUK I-ALL-IIEAIIKU?.
Who wore distinguished by a white scarf,
woro as follows : S. II. Johnson, past
grand master; Wilmot 'J. DeLassaur'e,
representing tbe grand lodge of South
Carolina; N. F. Warring, past grand
master; Isaao Phillips, past grand master;
John W. Slmone, past grand master, l)ai
lei Sickles, past grand master; Albert G.
Mackey, past grand muster of South "Jam
litia; Josiah II. K. Drummond,pastgrand
master, Jas. Jonkenion, past grand master;
Joseph D. Evans, past grand mister.
the rnocEuniojr.
The body having been placed In tbo
lutarse, which watdrawn by six white horses
covered with black netting, each lod by n
colored groom, the procV-iiun moved.
The o.cort was beaded by si Urge de-i
tailimont of tho police force; tbon fol
lowed officers of the grand lodge and
tho grand cominaiidery, and tho followin g
cominandeles of Knights Templar: Col
umbia, Morton, l'ullstine, Comer, De
Leon, Manhattan, Ivanboo, Constantino
and York of this city, also tho DoWItt
Clinton and Clinton of Brooklyn, and the
New Jerkoy Knights. After tho boarso
cninu tho mayor and common council in
carriages, with tlio, Russian minister and
consul general. MuJ Gen. Hancock,
withfJapt Wharton of bis stall; Oen.
H irris, Gen. Darrea, and numorousotbeii.
Tho procession arrived at the Church of
tie Disciples about 4 o'clock p, in,
THE CASKET.
vt is surrounded by the pall-bcron and
guard of Knights, at.d was carried down
tbe aisle, precedod by Rev. lir. Tyng, Jr.,
rociting the sor'vi.e of the Episcopal
church, and was deposited at tho foot of
the altar, on which were placed floral of
ferings, ouo a wroath of tube roses and tea
roses Irom Mrs. S. P. Loslioof Barnwell
county, South Carolina, ami two from tha
grand commandory, and ono from tho
grand lodge, representing Masonic oni-
blems. Tho plumes, capei aud robes of
tbo Knlgbts Templar were reihovod from
tbe casket, and replaced by wreathi of
floWMi. k , ,
TUB CHIST U0URMM5,
rail-bearers, grand marshal and aids,
CAIRO.
grand lodge, a'nd grand commandery tiled
slowly down tbe church, boftring wands
covered with crapo, and the knights, with
drawn swords, stood at tho main entrance,
forming a lino through which thi proces
sion passed. Tho guards of tho knights,
under Eminent Grand Comtnacdcr John
I Ci vor, following the eaiket, ll-iv. Dr.
Hopworth, Kuv. S. H. Tyng, Jr., Rev. Dr.
Oirru, Itov. Mr. Schoonmaker, grand
chaplains of tho' lodge, and Hot. Dr.
Tyng ufllclatod,
THE SERWO.V
Was protcbed by Or. Hi'pworlb, who
preaubod a very able sormon.
No dlreit rslorenco wmi msdn In tbn
( rmon to decerns 1. A choir of voices,
a insisting of members nf St. Cecilia
lodge, Pratt and othor looges, under
llrotli)r Jerome Hopkins, sang tbo
dirgo, "Peace to Thy Memory," after
iilch tho funeral crvlves nccortllng to
Ho Maionlo rlto, vi-ro performed
.iy Grand Master Edward E. Tborfte.
Tho remains woroeiCirtedfrom tbo church
ho band playing funeral marches. Tin
iittlotial guards, army and i kvu officers.
Judges of state and city courts, members of
congrets and the legislature, unJ tiumei-
u cmitiont citizens formed a partol the
imccoioii, which moved through Madiron
-venue, Forty. second street, and Fifih
arunuo to Eleventh avenue, wtiero tin
ranks opined, and the hearse passed b
t-Vroii them to the reveiiuuuutter. Arriv.d
Uttt, tbn bjdy was taken oil' .mil plac--
-tboaro, for J irsny, whero train Is read)
f ir itsreci-plioti, and will bo removed to
South Caroolinu.
Tbu streets through which tbo cortegt
wasted are lined with nwiple.
MlbCELL NOUS.
LARGE SALE OP THOROUGH
UltED d ' ' 'JK IN UAL
POItNlA.
DECORATION OF CONFEDER
ATE GR.vVKS IN SOUTH
CAROLINA.
A NATIONAL MII.LEKS' CONVEN
TION To BE HELD AT
TOLEDO.
A CASE OK CHOLERA ItEPOKTED
IN EVANsVILLE.
ETC,
ETC,
ETC.
TUOKOUOI1HRKDS.
S.iif Fblxcuco, June 13 Tho sale of
thoroughbred stock of C. Whipple and
sun closed to-day. It aggregated $120,000
Harvest Quoen brought tlO.oUO; Han -bletoniaii
$10,160; Speculation 53,500,
Tbe cattle brought a larce aura.
CAK-BC1LDUKS.
Bostok, June 13. The car-bulldors af
ter a long discussion adoptod tbo report of
tho committee recommending a Journal 3
inches in diameter, by seven inches long
Axles were, also considered, and a vote
i.nken to buve drawing and epocitlcatlons
prepared of axles. "
DKCORtTIO.V.
Charleston, 3. O., Juno 13. The an
nual docoratlon nf the graves of Confedei
itu dead look place hero tn-day. Tbore
was a general suspension of business during
tbe afternoon
A JUL. LXRS1 CONTENTION.
Toledo, O., June 13. A national con
vention of millers It announced to bo held
In ibis city June 17.
too much unnrniNE.
Eva.nsville, June 13. Tho 'Journal'
has private advices from up tbo river,
Hating tbat Lon, Bell, a resident of Lowls
port Kentucky, died on the steamer Morn
ing Star, this morning, Irom an ovordoio
of morphine and laudanum.
CHOLERA.
Michael J. Kane, a colored laborer of
Vtnconnes, died at 2 a. m , of what tho at
tending physician pronounced to be ohol
ora. He had Imprudently drank from
stagnant water whilo sufijrlng from a
slight dlarroha, and this is believed to
httvo hastanod death.
DANK SUSPENSION.
. Hudson, N. Y., June 13 The Oolum
bia bank at Chatham village, conducted
under tho stato banking law, by W, A.
Walrldge & On susponted, creating grei.t
ejcltoment In the ylllagi., as nearly evory
business man there had money doposited.
The cause of fulluro Is not made public,
but it is supposed the recent collapso of
of tho Columbia paper company lnvolvod
the bank boavily.
FOREIGN.
VUNEUAL OF a RAKONET.
Montreal, Juno 13. The funoral of
the late Sir Geo. E. dirtier, baronot, took
place to-day, and was ono of the most
imposing demonstrations of the kind ever
teen in Canada. Fully $10,000 poople fol.
lowod tbo remains to tho grave, inoludlng
nearly all tho mombors of tho housu of
commons'and tenule. The procession wn
ono hour nnd llfieou minutes passing a
given point.
CASUALTIES'
PROWNin.
Lime Rock, June 13. Gha. Cornell,
aponlteutiary caovlot, while attiitlng lu
unloading some Iron from t itHnboat to
day, fUoTrbotd and was drowned.
ILLINOIS. SATURDAY, JUXB 14, 18713.
CRIME.
O'NEIL THE MURDERER HUNG
AT ATLANTA.
AN INSANE ASYLUM SUPEKVI.
SOP. COM M ITS SUICIDE.
BUICIUKS.
Inhianai-olij, Juno 18. Borrie F.
Addle committed rulcldo last night by
taking opium. Addlo has held the posi
tion of suprvIor of the insane asylum, j
but was recently discharged on account of
Ills dissipated habits.
Ha.v 1'rancI3Co, Juno 13. William
i, . ,i
Itoss comtultt-d sulcld to-dny at llm Cos-
nioK.utun hotel, cutting his thront with a I
razor. A lefl f-2,HtjU in bank, and de
sired lHtt proprietors of tho bnuso to send
lis remains East. He did not wrlta hU
iddrecs. He was rupp'sod to be Insane
He has been III n lone tlmo.
IfA.sdEP.
Atlanta, Ga, Juno 13. liham H
O'Nell was executed in tho viird of the
J ill to-day, for the murder of James Lit
tle. He died protecting bis innocence,
and Without a struggle.
WEATHER REPORT.
WAIlll.NOTO.SV'lino I J. Proballllltlr
r.r ew Eiigund Saluidny Jailing bit
oinelur, trwh aouiheailurly ami .oiilti
eil--riy wind, nnd pitrll uiouily weather.
For Lower Ljkf regi iti tailing buromtt.-r,
re.h mid occutlonally briak southerly to
weterly wn.d., cloudy weather and ram.
i-'or Middle stalrt tailing Imromi'l'.T, Iresh
.utbea.lerly to southweitt-rly winds and
iicrra-ing cloudiness with probnblj aroaa
f rain irom Virginia to Velern New
York. For the South Ailanilo and Gulf
l.tes east of MitsUtippi generally cloudy
weaiher, rain areas an1 treh southensterly
o ruuthwt-stf rly winds For the Nonb
wMt northerly lo Westerly winds, gener
illy clar weather, which concentrating
oust gradually oxiend oaslward over
ake rcuion, Illinois mid' Mlouri. From
rrn'ieseetoObloctoudy weather and ruin
areas,
RIVER NEWS.
Ilia, nu I r..ll of sue Hlvrra
Fo-24 bourp ending 3 p.m., June 13,1573
lAbove
low
Change p.
STATIONS.
Kl-e., Fall.
;P ?IF
ISonnvllle . ...
nrumuick ,
t'alro
Cincinnati ....
Continence
Davenport
Kviin-vllle
Fort lleiitou...
llermami .
.Ic-rlcr-on City .
Kama City . . ,
Iv-oKilk.
i. e Clare
I.oaviiiworlli ,
lloek....
LouUvlilc .. ,
.Uuiietla
Meiiiplili. ...
M.irgantown...
:.uli llle
New Orleans ,
New (ieueva
OH City
Uliiubu
I'adueah
Pittsburg. ,
I'Uttumouth ...
Shreveoort ....
St. Jo-eph
at. l.otm
st. Paul
VlcKMmrg ...
Warsaw
Yankton
Edwin Oaiilanh.
Obiervver, Signal Service, U. 3. A.
NAsnviLLE, Juno 13. Arrived: City of
august, v line rivnr; Arlington Cincin
nati. Dpartl. Capitol City, St. Louif; J
E Kankin, Evati.ville; Fahini;, wlih A
I'rtiil on Hharpelb shoals. Departed: Ella
Hughes, Cairo Cloudy; norcury 00.
ST. Louia, June 13. Arrived: Alice,
Missouri river; Future City and Com
monwealth, New Orleans; City Vlcksburg
Vfck.burg;Strater, Tonnes.ee river; John
son, Keokuk; Alex Mitchell, St Paul;
.ate Cily, Keithsburg; Wolf, Red river.
Departed' Dubuque, St Paul; Johnson,
Kokuk; Belle Memphis, Memphis Lucy
liurtram, Cincinnati; Gate City, Koiths
burg. Falling slowly. Heavy rain this
afternoon
Little Rock, Juno 13. Heavy rain
again to.day. It has rained for ten day
successively, itivor on a stand, with 1'.'
feet in tbe channel. Departed; Exporter,
Cincinnati.
1'iTTBBURO, Juno 13. Monongahola 4
feet 8 inches rising slowly, uo arrivals or
departures.
New Ohltsavs, June 13 Arrived :
Blamurck, St Louis. Departed : Nick
Longworlli, Cincinnati; Beo and bargei,
St Louis. Weather cloudy, theinomtoer
0.
MARKET REPORT,
St Louis, June 13. Flour very dull
unchanged; wheat' syrlng entirely neg
lected ; fall dull and weak, on all except
choice sample lots, which were scarce; sales
sample lots No 4 red $1 21 I 28; No 3
H 40. Corn firm for sound; unsound
fall Nr.. 2 mixed 28J2J; cash" .'UlKJICc,
toller J illy. Oats dull and di ciiuing,
closing unsettled ; No. 2 mixed 32032 ;
Sacked barley no market. Pork duil and
lower $10 76; bulk meats dull nominally
bacon dull; ahoulders "7Jo; clear rib
(HQ0c; clear sides fur buyer the month
'j((iJj. Lard dull; manufacturing 7u
Whiskey dull and easier fur buyers at B'Jis
Cattle are in good demand; strong, prin-"
and choice naiion 6(J0oj fair Vutcli I
$4 2uffi)4 SO; Indiana ml Texan $3 61
f?)4 75. Hog qulot; bulk sales $1 10
$4 2S-,
New Orleans, June 13. Flour no do
mand on account of quarantine ut Ha
vann, 3000 bblt being reshinped to St,
Louis, Corn easlor; mixed 6',lr; white GO
02c. Oats 4rc. Bran 7fi77c. H.iy
quiet at $il324. Turk quiet at $17).
IlKcnn dull at 7(7J,Jjc; hums 13c.
Lard In llerce 8l'J; keg Oj-aJKlln, Sit.
gar and motsisoa no mnveiiiclit. AVhlsky
dull at 9295o. Coffee lh2i'p; sterling
28; sight J; premium gold 7L
Memi-iiis, June 13 Cotton llruir,
good ordinary, IB05 law mlddlelng 17
17Jc; receipts 425; shipments 105; slock
23.490. Flour quiet and unchanged $4 60
10 Corn tteandy, 6768o. 0t dull,
4440c Bay dull and nominal. Bran
duUl8118jo. Corn ml lilgker. $2 60.
Lard dull, no salei. llacoa flat, lUsuld.rj
7,c; ildN tm-
Pi o; t ui
r, o! a!
27 ii
8 10, 1
11 4j' 4
7 9 3
10 lo'l 3
. 1? lift 111
:t s! i
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. 10 r.1 !ii
. 4 U 41
J II f 3
21 li 1
t 8 10
7 2, 1
2 H 0
.1 6' 7
1 0 8
12 0. 7
13 l 2 5
' "1
8 S
n 2,
13 S
24 0, 10
15 tl 2 1
37 .1 1
.2 t 9
1
KEAI, KMTATK AK01.
John (I. Harman. chaj. Thrupp
JOHN Q. 1IAR51AN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLECTORS
AKD
CONVEYANCES
.orlh Cor. of Bl.i nt. Hint Wblo !.
Cairo, Illinoi.
OITcr lor sale at low llgurcs aud e.tsy term
the lolloWing real rrtule i
o i An ticgani cotuge, corner I wclllli
lid LoeUstaticets, la7andM,b 1, lhlru;ail.
l.oU ubove grade, it loii In l i In wlml Ii
known u. tin -Itldgo nlock;" ihovu lots run
'through the block irom i llteelitti to six-
i u viitti Huef. and ihe but u-ldeiue prop-
") me city a.ij.miiiig proiieny mguiy
liunruved
.No 2 l.oU.'l and 4. b !.. cilv. Washington
avenue, between Tliliteciilh and Fourtei nth
alrecti-, west ride. Ooua two-alory bunding
on eaeli lot.
No.'lAI-o, vac.int lots. f ami t!. adjoining
the aboie Lot 14, b 2.1, city,
oil SlAth sirrtt, Millth lde,
heliveeii Commercial and H'u.lilntun ave
nues, will be mill lu truuta to Milt purchaer,
very low and ouci.y terms.
No 4 Lota 7 und 8, b 8. corner ol Four
teenth and Poplar street, Iroul 011 Poplar
Mreet, west aide, oppo-lt.' po-l-otllee block.
No 6 splundid busluta bulluiin;, ri'i
deuce In hccoud blor, (J rooms, hull aud
Iron! and rear siulrwuv. vvutcroiiiioth Hour-,
lu number ouu condition; -Hunted 011 noith
W ! vomer ol Lom111erfl.il 11 ii; nil it anil
Twelllh street. A great bur(iiili II told
tO. ill.
No 0 Lots 7 and 8, b 40, 1st ml, unall
bouse und stable 011 lots, high giouuu, cor
ner Poplar ; d Twclitj-ulhUlh streets.
Pi Ice .'i..O, one-hull cit,h.
No 7 Lot und new cottage In No t ordi-r,
ball, tin eu rooms und MUiicii, 011 Twenty
liisi streel. Tvo splelidU lolt in couil
house block on Poplar street corner.
No 8 In over 1 deslrublu bll-lnea hou-fs
ii'id two lota, 011 alxlh ilrvel bctweeu Com
mercial and Wushlngtuli uvttiues, will be
sold at terms lo pa) purchaser rtutul ol 2.
per cent tn investment.
.Mi ;i six lot 111 11 .J, 1st an. iiik'o
ground, SJeucli on cu-j jiajiucutn.
No lO-'A well-iinproved luiinoii Ihe Mia-ais-ippl
In Mlssorfn, 0 milet below Cairo.
27ouirj, a laiKe ,.ortlon under cultivation,
uist-ciasa utvel tug House, Uaru. aim out
buildings. Will be sold vary low or ex
changed tor unproved Cuiro property
great bargain cau be had by applying soon.
1 ui- liroperiy 1. vvoillir llie examination ol
aoypervui who de-Ires to engage In lui Mi
ni, ut 11 uettaiuiy in one ol iiie mot icrtilt
and productive tracts or laud In the coun
try. No 11 A fPlcnd d tvvo-ston' residence on
north eu-t corner of Walnut and Ninth
street-, vvllh two loin very desirable prop
erty.
o 12i.ois in ami iv, u iu soutn huu 01
Twenlv-llrst Mrcet. otinoslte "Convent
lllock" very desirable lor residence pur-
poies, encup.
No 13 .v well Improved larm of 210 acres:
to acienunilercuilivulion; uoui'saliu o.irn,
Kood orchanl, bearing treea; ruiiniug vvutei
inroiiKii laim uuove overuow. une (juuricr
mile irom station ami uepot 01 Cairo .v -1.
I.otlU rjillroail. Will bo sold ou easytcruii
lorl'il per acre.
A KINK C1IANCK FOU 1NVF.STMENT.
In uddltlou to the lorrKoing Wo otter lor
ule. or lcae, a Uriru tiumber ot vaciiut lot'.
In dltlereuL parts ul the-tlty, erabraetng ho
1 burluea and realdruce tironertv.
In uuimproved lands, we havo for sale
ovrri.'i.ioo a res In Alexander and Pula-ki
coiintlea, at prices rauglrg from $2 to $IA
per acre, ami ate piepureu to oiler induce-
mcur 10 purcuascrs unit cannot De equalled
iu loioruuo, icjaior anv oincr inace or uy
"any other man " A largo uiuountol lands ol
ttie very best quality, lu Alexander and l'u-lu-kl
counties, belonging; to the Illinois Cen
tral Hailr ad eompaur. lor tbn sale ol which
wo are tho acents. will be .old vrrv low and
on such easy terms that a person ol Industri
ous hublts, with a very small um ot ready
money, can In a few yearn become the
owner of a productive lurm. Wo have
plats and dencrlptlo a of all lands ottered
lor sale anil will take tilcdsure tn showing
piirchaaers the property Titles to all land--sold
by us guaranteed, and shown trout the
patentee when required by alistrac h. Ai
ply lo JOHN q. II AH.MAN A CO.,
uor. sixtu aud i.eveu sib., Cairo, ills.
Juno 7, 183.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AH
AUCTION EE ItS,
74 (fEOOND FLOOR) oniO LEV KB,
CAIUO, ll.Ul
Boy and Sxll Rial EaTATi,
PAX TAXES", -
KUUNISH ABSTKAOTS OF TITLH
nit (r",r 'nnfnfl nf Kin.ln
LIISIHCR.
WlilTE" COLL ARl'L AN UNO .MILL
II WAI.TKUM, l-roprlrlor,
DSAII3II
HARD and SOFT LUMBEB
AND
LVTU, SI11NOLKS, CEDAR I'OSTJ
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
OUDEllS SOLICITED.
Steamboat Lumber,
Furnlahad oo aimrtast notice.
Commercial avnntio, botwnon Tenth and
Eleventh streets
ca.i:e?vo.
To.
iiiXjosrois.
R. F. R R Y A N T ,
I'riifirlolor
WLiTTJT MILLS
Near TvvoLty-atxth Street,
Onio Leveb, - CAIRO, ILLS
All kinds of Lumber. Oak, Poplar. Cv-
press, Walnut, etc., delivered In any part
of the city freo ol charge.
Ijri'atroitiico solicited, and satisfaction
giiuruntced. 3-2.1 tl.
JOllNrfON & B1LL1NGSLY,
CARPENTERS & JOINERS
lion uis Twelfth Nlre't llelsr-sm
I'o nr Msvvt nua tciuiuttrctal
Av.uue,
Are propsred to do all kinds of work in
heir lino in Urst.clus, workman-like style,
and at as reasonable rates as any lirm in tbe
city. All orders atleuded to promptly. A
uare 01 cue pubuc puirouagf uTGspecuuuy
6-WUJ
OFFICIAL PAPER
WnoLKSALC AJTD KXTAJL '
DRUGGISTS,
1
lttaasr-sltaaaSsajKswK
PHYrm-IAIflt.
A. J. ROE, M. J)..
Havlnepcrmaneutly located In Calro.tenders
his professlonuble services to the Inhabitants
ol the city nnd vicinity.
Hesldenre and otlice (for tho prcient) cor
ner Walnut and Twenty-tirst streets, where
he muy be cunsultcd at all hours. C-fi-Om.
R. S. R RIG HAM, M. D.,
Homeopathic PliyMclan and Surgeoi. Of
lice l;'.0 Couitncrciatuvonue. Kesldence cor
ner ol Eleventh and Cedar street, (Kl-tt.
DR. B. U. TAUK-U,
Will resume the nractlce ol his erofstsAoa
with especial reference to the electrics.
treatment ol diseases in all tbe new and Ira-
proved methods of application.
In all cases of lemale complaints a ady
wiu ou iu auenuance.
OUlco, 128 Commercial avenue, up stairs,
H. WARDNER, M. D.
Office and Residence 111 Commercial ve
nue, (next uoor to tho Atheneum).
WILLIAM it. M1TH, SI. D.
RESIDENCE No. 11 Thirteenth stress, be
twroD Washington avenue and Walnat street.
Jitlce IJrtOomnieretaleTenua, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RKHIDKNCE-cornorNlnth and Walnut its,
Olhee comer rilxtr street and Ohio levee,
iffloe hours from a e.m. tn 11 m., and e p.m
DR. G. E. DOUGLAS,
. ZMBlsTTIST.
A constant supply ol pure Nitrous Oxide
Q i, for the paln'ess extraction of teeth, at
t in Dental Rooms ol Dr. Douglas, successor
to Dr. A. M. Austin, Eighth street. b-ltl
ll.l.lStSXf.
MRS. M U E E,
On Eighth Htrret, between OommerelsJ and Wash
nxtou Ateuuee, Is ilallr receivlnf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
or Tie
LATEST II-HIXO AMD SUUUEK 1TTLB.
Htsidss a tell line of
SOITaNraTS & HATS
ITnmmed tmX nntrimtned,
KltC.NOH KLOWEIUJ, KIBBONB, TRIMMINOH
of ell kinds, Laoet, eta.,eto.
sire. MoDe has also s. large assortment o
Fanny Artlclra, suoh aa
NECK Tl.W, O'vLLAHH. UNDKhflLIIVBB,
KOFFB, HASHES, FANS,.
And all oihor articles usually loand la
F1RST.OLAS3 MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. MoOeo, l.i addition to her stock ol
Kaney and Millinery (londs, has a One and
Complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
made LudleV and Misses' Shoes and Chll
(Irons' Hoots, Black and in Colors. These
aroacknowledgod to be tho finest and best
ever In tho market, and this Is tbe only
bouse tho oltv that makes thorn a specialty
K
LYON'S
ATHAIRON
Only 50 Cents per Bottle.
It promotes the ailOWTII, PI1EIBR.
VKS the COLOR, tmd Iseresuee the
Vigor and UEAUTYof the HAW
Otti TrrriTT Tuu aoo T.tok'i B iTttmost roi
tu r Hi tn first plvnl lu the uiark.t by lltifrssor
K. Tliomss Lyon, a graduate of l'rlni'ekio I'oUece.
The nsnie is derived fruin the Ureek "K.iaao,"
l(!Illfjln to cfaai. ?urtr, rrjurinatr, orruUn.
Tlie farur It bss retelred. sud tbe poi ularity It has
obtained, la uuprecedeuli'd and incredlUle. It la
mm the Obowtu and llxiimof the luta. Ills
a drllgtitrul dresaiug. It eredioette dandraC It
prrvoDia sua iitir rrum turnlnf gray. It leepa tbe
inuisuce. II Is the Sj us lu
iirw, uuvi, iuii uirre ine nu;
lirad cool, end gt ret the Iitir a rich, tort, floaty ap
suce. II Is Ilia a i ualu Qounti end Dn.i rr
as II was over t Ouisiia of a CsaTOav Aao, and Is
sold by all UruggiaU endCuontry hloietatatUy M
Cete per liollle. "
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LYON'S
ATHAIRON
OF CITI AHD,C0Uim. I
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Br BAXCLAT
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Jjt4 DtslifectAate ftwMftUt.
H.r BAICLAT BB4M.
FINE CIGAR9,
UONKY BIB,"
And " U advert
B At BAKOLAT I bos.
ENTERPRISE SAVING,
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CITY KATIONAI. MAMM, OAIBO
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THE CITY NATIONAL
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CAPITAL,
W. t. MALLIWT. IWUsali
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Bf aatc Tatists.
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DWoem iMelvtsx, tsU gsjstetsj
bttslness aoae.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OAIMVe
K. W. MlLLM, Prseidtat
J. M. Philum. VIoej-PresldtM.
Ciue. CuMMUfttBAjf, Caaltltr.
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