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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
Beaailaw l er every ps.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH-Elghtcenth street
between Washington and Walnut.
Meeting every bunday lit 10 a. m,, and 8
Sunday school at .1 p. hi.
Prayer meeting Wednenday evening.
i-roacninfr, bbuubui si jrt a.ro. ana H p.m
Prayer meeting , Wednesday at 7i n. m.
Uhbalh School, a p.m. J. M. Lanadcn, Su
perintendent. Rrv. II. Thaykr, 1'artor
M KTHODIBT. Cor. Eighth and Walnut BU.
Preaching; , Babhath at 10) a.m., and 7 p. m
Prayer meeting. Wednesdar.74p.in.
Sabbath School, 8. p.m. I.. W. BtlllwclJ,
riuperlntendent. Ubv; F. L. THOKPso.N,
CHUHCU r THE nEDEEMt1t-Eplico-
M ornlag prayers. Sabbath 10J a.m.
Kvenlng prayer. "J p.m,
SabbatE School, 9 a.m.
Kbv.E. Coax, Heeler.
dT. PATBICK'8 CHURCH-Nlnth fit. and
1'uhlic atrvlee, Sabbath 8:10 and 101 a.m.
enters, 7 p.m.
daboalh School. S p.m.
Service every day, 8 a-m.
llv. 1'. J. o'Ualloha, Prieit,
"T. JOSEPH'S CRUHCH. (German, coT
ner oi amui aim uroa street.
Um, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. in.
Venters, t p. m.
Mais during week day. B o'clock a. m.
ltxv. C. UowrukM, Prieit
0 HUMAN UiTHKilANCIIUHCll-13th
street between Washington Avcnuo and
n ainui street.
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock p.m.
IIkv. C. DUEitacH.NiK, l'tor.
i'OUNO MEN'S CHHISTIAN ASSoCIA.
TION. Itegular meeting second Monday
each month at their room over ItockweU
Co'i bookstore, Comratrclal avenue.
Weekly Prayer.meeUajt, Friday, 7) p.m. at
we room. M
C W. Stillwell. President.
SECOND MISSIONARY HAI'TIST
CHURCH. Corner Syeainore and Forty
nrrt street. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. ni. and 3 o'clock p. in.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
The church U connected with the Illinois
Association, by the First Mlwloukry HI-
tint Church ol Cairo.
Kiev. Solomon Lxoxard, Pastor.
AFH1CAN METHODIST.-Fourteeutb, be
tween Walaut and Cedar.
yrvlce, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Habatii School, 1, p.m.
Class meets at a p.m.
SECOND FREE WLLL BAPTIST- FU-
leentb Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbath. 14 and 3 p. m.
Kbv. N. Uicxa, Pastor.
rKEK WILL BAPTIST HOME MISSION
SA11UATU SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbath School, 9 a.m.
riltST rKEK WILL. BAPTIST CHURCH
Service, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. A i p. m.
UxV. Wat. keixky, Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONAUY BAPTIST CUUKCU.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath, 104 a.m. and 74 p.m.
Prayer meeting, ednesday evening.
PreachlBg, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 14 p.m. John anBaxter
and Mary Stephen. Superintendent.
Bxv. T. J. Suorxs, Pattor.
SECOND BAPTIST CHUBCH-Fourteenth
Street between Cedar and Walnut. The
only Hsptlit church recognized by the As
sociation. Services, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 8 p.m. and 7 p.m.
tirv, Jacob Bhaulxy, Elder.
CAIBO COMMANDEBY, No. Uj-ftated
AMihbly at the Asylum Masonic Hall, tint
and third Mondays la each month.
CAIBO COUNCIL, No. H.-BeguUr Convu
caOoa atMasMlcHaU, the sscood Frida)
HaWSsUaf &r wy Srnj
JSffl&SXSfr. A. BL-Begu.
Ur CoBwnunleatlou at Masonic Ilall, the
aeeoxd and fourth Mondays of each month.
ALEXANDRE LODGE, 2M Meets In Odd-
FeUows' Hall, la Artefs building, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Governor John L. Beveridge.
Secretary of State-George H. IUrlow.
Auditor of SUttf-C. E. LlpplncoR.
8Ute Treuurer-Caspor Itutz.
Attorney General J ame K. .
Supt. Public Instruction-Newton Bateman
Benators-Blchard J. Oglctby and John A.
Representative Eighteenth Dlttrict-Iiacc
MEMBEBS GEN til AL ASSEMBLY.
Representatives In the 60th dltWct.
John 11. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math-
'Tsnatorfor'the 60th district, Jese Ware.
Judge D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
Bute's Attorney-Patrick H. Popu.
Clerk B. S. Yocum.
Sheritr A. H. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Assessor and Treantrsr,
Judge F. Bros.
A'ioctates-J. E. McCrlte and S. MarchU.
Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John U. Gossman.
Mayor John Wood.
Treaiurer B. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. II. FaltU. ,
Clerk Michael Howler.
Attorney U. Watson Webb.
Polloe Magistrate F. Utom and J. J.
U Marshal and Chlefof Pollee Wm.MclIalo.
Street CommlMlonor D. J. Galllgan.
Health Officer W. Woolen.
Member Police Force-A. Cain arccnt,
F. Whltoamp, Phl!lip Helm, Oban. Mehner
and P. A. Conant.
BOARD OF AUIKRMM. J .
First ward -Hiram Blxby and J. M.
r Seeond ward Herman Meyers and Wood
B'Th&d0w'ar'd--John McEwen and F. Kor
Drourth ward-C. F. NeUia and M. J.
MFith ward Jno. H. Robinson and Wm.
H. Morrli; .
Mftmlillonthavc been used
.within the past ten years, without
omplatnt oj iom u ib
letic eil All Express wi""
.k.m AaM Kt Printer ana oiauoutin
in TO 20
Pr rt.r. Av.nt. nrantedl All claMI Ol
working peoRtj, of lthtr mx. you-u$5rJ!',J;
Mkaswrtj money av work for u in ihjir
part tmmsnu, or ui ua tm,1uf;r. '
tloclM. Paiculritre. . fJft.. .
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
CHOLERA REPORTS FROM
A VESSEL WITH YELLOW FEVER
AHKIYKD AT FORTRESS
MKuriui, Juno ir,.Vittier to-dsy
h keen very unfavorable for the Im
proTomeni oi me ueaitn ot me city, a
during the night mercury full 12 drgront,
and to-day It wa rainlog and hot. In
termenU to-day were 19, IS of whom dll
or cboler and cholera Infantum. The
city council this afternoon patted an or
dinance ettabliihlng a N.ard of health
Naiiivilli, June 10. Thlrty.tno in
termentt reporttsl by prevailing duenie
lince Ssttirday, A large per cnt. of
tbote attacked got well. Sunday ii con.
Idorcd ettneclally a fatal day, at large
dlnnert ar eaten tblt day. The death
wero nearly all colored.
Cincinnati, June 10. The pstt forty.
eight hour h'ava developed tbo pretenco
here or cam retembling cholera. Three
fatal cafto and three caict not fatal, part
of which bad all the symptom of cholera
within tbit period were reported at a reg
ular meeting of the county academy of
modiclne o-nlght. The announcement
in the paper thit morning of a fatal cut
having cholora tyrnptotnt created no ex.
cliement wkatevor during the day, clti
ien generally not apprehending the pre
valence of cholera a epidemic during this
FtTr.E! Monro, June 1C TbeJfor
egian bark, Atpoe, from Bavaria lor
Havre ha arrived at Inroadt to-day with
the yell iw fever on board. One man died
on the paiiaee. Tbo cantata and tbr
men have tho lever, but are conraloicing
FREIGHT AGENT THROWN
UNDER HIS TRAIN AND
UOILEU IN NEW YORK
II A R BOH.
Gobhe.v, Ind., June 10 Edward Her
bam of Wabash, wa instantly killed on
tbi tuornine' train on tbo Cincinnati.
Wabash and Michigan railroad, ttx mile
outh of Goshen. Ho was in the act of
throwing a roessige from the platform to
,oms person in tbo caboose, when leaning
ver too far, hi head camoin contact with
foncepoti. Ho was thrown uuder the
cars and was terribly mangled. SYhen be
waa picked up life wa oi.inct. He whs
general freight agent of the road.
New Yukk, June 10. The old ittamer
Kill Vanhull exploded bar boiler this
morning when loaded with passengers
from Ellzabethport and other landing on
tbo Kill. The entire boat was filled with
(team, causing great alarm, but the pas.
enger warn all taken off uninjured by
ferryboat Thomas Hunt. Tho vessel wa
Clivklaku, Juno 1C Two painter
John Charles Worth and Van Darwer.
orking on scaflbrd suspended outside of
a building, fell a distance of twenty feet
Both wero seriously injured.
VICE PRESIDENT WI'HON DAN-
TIIX VICE PRESIDENT.
New York, June 16. The Rotton let
ter to tbo Springfield Republican say
there has boen much anxiety tho put week
among the few who have known the fact
concerning the alarming illnet of Vice
PreiUlent Wilson. Hi attack wa fol
lowed by a partial deafnossand blindnc-i
and tho genoral character of symptoms
wa inch a to threaten
tho lost of hi power and
activity, If not of hi Ufa. He I now im
proving, but it by no moan out of dnogor
He ha been sojourning in New York un
der Dr. E. U. Clark, and hat soen very
few of hi friend. Hit labort in the last
lection, followed by the ttrain and anx
iety ot last winter, and accompanied by a
good deal of woik on bit anti-slavery bit
tury, aro regardod at the Immediate occa
Ion of bit Illness.
Washington, June 10. Probabilities
For New England Inoreaiing cloudiness,
occasional rain, but wind vetring to
northerly and westerly on Tuotday, clear
and clearing weather are probable. For
Middle ttatet light to fresh northerly to
westerly windt and clearer and paitly
oloudy weather Tuesday. For Lower
Luke region winds gradually shifting to
ra-iiny anu souiUHNy. WIID clear BOd
partly ciouay weather, For South At
antic and Gulf states east of Miutulnnl
winu. t rom unto vailov and Missouri .
to Upper Lakes diminishing pressure
aeeUrly to ioutbyrly wind t, clear or partly
T.abaa . Jtll.t.l
w ortawooi easterly to
owtiioTly Ib4i bb4 dlalasefctig Btewurt.
LENGTHY CRIMINAL RECORD
FOR THE PAST
AN ILLINOIS BORGIA.
MHK MAKES A .MISTAKE AND
TAhtia TUB FATAL
PARTIf'ULAIW OF TH E UOKS'DIK E
FRATRICIDE IN MAINE.
A FAMILY MURDERED AND THE
UOUHE SET ON FIRE.
BLOODY BATTLE WITH
LAKS IN CHICAGO.
THE NOTORIOUS THIEF JACK AL
LEN MOBTALLY WOUNDED.
Chicaoo, Juno 10. A Decatur. Illinois
dlipatch tell the following remarkable
itory or a wholesale murdor by a female
poisoner: Last September A. W.Drake,
a farmer living near Moamei-uo. Illinois.
died under luspicioutcircumitaucei. Mrt.
York, hit mother-in-law and house keepor
wat suspected of having something to do
with fan tudden death, but no steps wero
taken to invottlgfte the matter, and Mr.
York went to live with a son In Kanttt
where a few day ilnce the wa taken ill.
and the pbytician summoned to hor aid.
He told her (he wa poiioned and had
but a few hour to live. Facing inevita
ble death the made a confusion which ex
posed to the world a fiend incarnate. Sbe
confeiied to bavins Doisuned her
husband, In 1S93; Mr. A. W. Drake,
her daughter and two children of a A. W.
Drake; the wife of E- R. Drake, formerly
of thit city, and last September A. W.
Drake. She then went to bar aon's. and a
bort time ago made a mixture of poison
to administer to him at the first opportu
nity. Feeling unweifa day or two after-
ward the wont to the cupboard and by
mistake took the faUl dots, prepared for
her ion, which resulted in ber own death.
Belfast, Me, June 10. fbe following
additional particular of the Uorndika
murder have been elicited: John Gordon,
man u year old bad recontly conveyed
to hi son Almon bis farm worth tS.000,
taking back a mortgage for lilt for sup
porting ainneir and wifo. The other son,
John F. was dissatisfied with tho arrange
ment nnd thought by the death of hit
brother and family, the property would
tail to him. Tbit is the only motive taut
AT THE TI11K
Of the murder the old people were absent
on a visit. The inmates of the bouto were
the murdered man, Almon M. and hit
wife Emma, aged 22 yoart, and their
children, Ira B., aged G yoart, and a little
girl aged 17 montbt; and Anna, a niece,
aged 9, John T. the brother and a hired
man. About 3 a.m., the latter wat
awakened by tb risks by the littte boy,
and ho immediately discovered that tbo
IIOCHB WAS ON riRB.
He informed the neighbors and the
flames were extinguished without much
damage. The bodiet of the
YATtlSR, MOTIIER AND INVANT,
Who occupied the tame bed, were soon
found, mangled and to burned at to be
hardly r-cognizable. The little boy who
tlept in a crib in the tame room wat se
verely wounded, but may turvive.
TUX BLOODY DEED
Wat evidently committed with an axe
which was found on the premises. The
brolhor, John T., has been
ARRESTED ON SUSPICIOK,
He it 28 yean old, a farm laborer and
unmarried. He maintain! tullen indiffer
ence, refusing to answer any questions, but
laying that at the proper time he
-WILL DEPEND niMeKLF.
The coroner held an Inquest thit after
noon. The prisoner will probably be 'ar
raigned before the police cpurt in tbit city
BATTLE WITH BURGLARS.
Ciiicaqo, June 10. A bloody battlo
took place hero thit morning at the cor
nor of Halitead and and Erie ttrsett, be
tween tbree pollco offlceri and the tamo
number of burglars, which resulted In the
iboollng and probable killing of
One of the most daring and notorioui
thieves in the country, and tho capture
of Dennit Ragglo, alias Roger or
ONE ARMED DAVE,
A tearcely lets nottd villain. Burglars
were spotted last night by iberiff McDon
ald of Sioux City, on the train fiom Mil.
waukee, in which city, on Saturday, they
robbed a dry goods store of teveral thous
and dollars worth, of good. McDonald
leleraphed to police headquarters bare,
and three policemen met the train at the
dopot, but the
TUIEV1B CATC BIND BiailT
Of them jumped from the cars and ran
The officers, however, overtook them, and
met with a tierce resilience In attempt
ing to arrest them
ALLEN DBBW A PISTOL
And flred an Ineffectual shot at Officer Si
tnon, who returned tho shot, wounding Al.
Ijn la tho tide, which It It believed must
P. 'ought dotpop.
ateiv. nut was upiurearaao it now
' , .. ....
Et will bo wasted ia Detroit for ft turf,
liry oeBwItUd ihttt tt- jUm
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, JUNG 17. 1873.
About $1,000 worth of goodt woro stolen
In Milwaukee. They were recovored, tbo
thieve! having ft trunk full with them.
Chicaoo, June 10. Special trewury
agent, Geo. 8. Bailey, arrotted in Spring
Held, last night one ot the most troublt
some of tho counterfeiting fraternity-
a man named Merrill, allat Moore, alias
Morris, and nrobabltother namee. There
wat found on bit parson blank drafti on
tho Firtl National bank of Memphis; City
National bank of Grand Rapidt, Mich
Igan, and on two or throe national lanki
in Vorraont. Ho had alto a letter of
oredlt. doubtless forced, (rom a bank in
Utlca, New York.
Nashville, June 1C About 3 weeks
tince Joe Woodt, colored, ravished a
white woman, a widow, and then knocked
her In the head with an axe, in Ruther
ford county, Tennessee. On Saturday
night a party of 60 men took Woods and
hung blm. The lady be did.
Indianatolii, Ind., June 10. Chai,
U. nahrenman, a German carpenter, tbot
himself In tho right ear at 1'.' o'clock to
day. Ho died an hour after.
New Orleans, June 10. Jesepb
Garcia was fatally stabbed by U, F. Rivet
man altercation tbit evening. Doth are
Sr. Louit. June 10. Flour uncbaneed.
Wheat dull and drooping-.. N'o ii luring
ofl $1 10: No 3 red $1 4 Wail 48; No 2
l 6t!l t!0. Corn easier; No U mixed
3'Jo cash and teller July. Oatt un
changed; No2 8IJ.lo caib; teller June
31c; Ju y Sujc. Barley, no market
H.o dull; No 2 5 Sc. Pork unchanged.
I0 76 17. Hulk meatt dull and nomi
nal, baoon, tome demand at lower rain
but no disposition to make concetaions:
sales, ihi5ulderi7(37Joj clear rib yjc; clear
itaei yjc; Cam I4(ai64c. i.ird dull,
uianufauturiog 7j(o)7c. Wiiiske Heady
Cattle, better grauvs in good dumand and
arm; prime and choice native $l(aiC; fair
chars' 4 36fu) 40: fat Indian and
Toxaa $3 iuYail 76. Hoits qutat. bulk
alii It 4004 45.
chicaoo, June 10. r lour dull and
drooping. Wbeat unsettled, irregular
and lower; No "J spring telling 91 I7j-
1 19 spot; $1 16J(2)1 19Juoe;Nol u.d
f 1 L'6; No 3 tl 08. Corn irregular; No
2 mixed S0tt32c regular spot; S31(77)36o
July. Oats opened dull and closed acuve;
No'JCictpoi:Z74c July. Kve dull and
atbade lower; No 2 60&6Uc. Barle
dull and nominal. Whiskey steady; held
90c Provision! quiet. Men Durlt $16 70
spot; I6 80 July. Lard $8 34 catb.
bulk meatt quotable, shoulders (jRoUlsk-;
new xuax, June io. eiour dun and
uwer; super western 56 lwaie 40
Wheat rather more stead v: Norihwis
prtngtl 47l 48; HoU Unicago $1 4;
No 2 altlwauaee SI MX3il 67; red West
ern SI 63. Corn dull and heavy; West
ern mixed 64lCc; yellow Western mixed
iu42Jc; wnile 4 7 id black 404c
CoUou sieadr. Sugar Arm and more ac
tive. Molasses quiet. Pork firmer; new
men 17c; $1C 7J(j)l7 60. Lard qulot and
weak; Western steam $8 86l 06; kettle
New Orleans, Juno 10. Flour dull
XXX $7 768 00; family $9 2S10 2fi
Crn quirt, yellow mixed 68c; wnito 61
62c. Oau 44c. Bran 76c. Hry, choice
$r1G. Pork dull but firm 17jc. Bacon
j(o,vjc ; nam i jjc. Jjaru uuii ; ke
(am; keg9J101c. Sugar dull; good
fairOc; yelltw clantleld lOjo. Molassci
no movement. Wbitkey dull Coffee
18 20c; sterling 27Jo; sight 27c; prem
ium lSJc. Citton quiet; sales 2,400; K"d
ordinaryl6i(l6u; low middling 19o;
receipts v.iyy; export ureal uritan
C,IC1 ; ttoca 67,614.
MaviPHla, June to uotion nrm. goou
to ordinary 16u; mideling 17; receipts
800; tblpmenU 2,660; itock 20,970. Fluur
dull 24 6010 00. Corn dull, quiet wxak
46(a)47o. Uau auil ana drooping at
44c. Hay dull nominal Bran dull 13
18. Corn meal easier $2 8rj. Lard and
pork dull and nominal. Bacon nulet
shoulders "J; tldet 99t.
St. Louis, June 16. Arrived: Rock III
and, St. Paul: Grand Tower, Mempbii;
Davenport, Monirose; Beavor, Illinois
river; Dolphin, Upper Mississippi; Tolle,
New Orleadt. Departed: Johnson, Keo
kuk; City of Chester, Memphis; Minne
apolis, St. LouU; Baker, Quiocy. Hiver
falling slowly. Weather cloudy and very
Locistillr, June 10. River ilatlonsry
with 6 foet in the canal and 3 feet in the
chute. Weather clear and hot this morn,
ing, but cloudy and warm tbit evening.
Buiinoit dull. Arrived: John Lumiden-,
Nashville; Henry Probasco, Memphis.
Departed: Lumsdcn and Probasco, Cin
cinnati. Nashville, Juno 1C Rlvor falingbut
now a eland with 2 feet large on barpetb
shoals. Arrived: Silvertborni, fror
Evamville; Rurkivillo, Cairo. Down:
Nashville, Littte Condor, Fayette, Ada
Ueilman, Phil Sheridan, H. S. Turner,
Arkansas Belle, Mary Ament, all with
good trips. Business active.
Vickhiiuro. June 16 Down. Allee
and barget, R E Lee, Itlcbmond, Chat
Hodmen Up: Nick Longworth, Bee and
barget, Bitmarck. Weather cloudy and
pleasant. River falling.
New Orlkans, Jnne 16. No arrivals
or departures. Raining and very warm,
Etahsvillb, June 16 Chiefly cloudy
and hot; mercury 77 to 87. River twelling
slowly from rite in Green river. Pasted
up: Quickstep. Goo Robortt, Morning
Star and Bowling Green.
Mxmpiiis, June 16. Weather warm
and untettled. Departed: Mohawk nnJ
bargos, Belle Memphis, and Lndy Lett,
St Louit; Julia, Vicktburg; Sam J. Hale,
Cincinnati, Juno 16. River 8 feet 8
incbit and falling. Arrived: Granite
State, Pitttburg; R R Hudton, Wheeling.
Tow boat arrived: Brilliant, Farrow and
Albion. Very hot.
Pittsburo, June 16. Vonnngaheta 3
feat 9 Inches and- following stoadlly.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is ereearsd to apiv eoe ar Uh th
'T eaelltv of
FITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
CriAre4 Meretaai. lane.
CITY NATIONAL BANK. nATHfi
A. n. 8AFFOUD. President:
u 8wY,'.0UJ Vice-President;
U. HYSLOF, Socretary and Tieaitiror
f. sf. BiaoiAV,
P. II. Srocirinn,
K. 11. UviaiKURlD.
rct U. SkacB,
at a tt .....
J. M. Phiiaim.
Me T UAJ.UDiI,
LNTKHKUT paid on djolu al tb rat ol tu
Mr cant. Hrinnnm U.Mh i . i . .1 a...
twrltt. lotara.tnol wihH..n i. .h....!
i'tlng tbm oompouod lniroat.
HARBIBD WOUBN AND CUILDACN MAT
and H(dM7 y .at lot BAVLNO IJKPortl l
ol,, rrotn to I o elook.
v.'. 1ITSLOP. Treiurr.
THE CITY NATIONAL
OA I HO,
1 1. 1. 1 .N O I H ,
HENRT I.. HALI.IDAT, Vio.rildtnt
WALTER UTSI.OP, Atilittn Uaihltr-
BrAira Tatlab. Ra.... n
dssai L. Uauidiv, W. P. Ualliua't,
iao. u. lixiinsoa. WirsiH Kiid
A. B. flirroar.
KxekstSMre. Cells suae! L'alted sintee
atoassle Be oar ait sued Mold.
DEPOSITS reeelvxl, and a genera! bankln
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. W. Mitlxr, President.
J.M. PusL.tpa. Vlfie-Pre.ldent.
Chab. Cummimouam, Cathler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
EXCHANGE, coin, bank njta and TJniUc
SUts ourftlea bontbt aoa sold.
late real ailoweal ost lime lrMlla.
. SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Office over Fiit National bank.
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office over First National bank. S-16-3m
John U. Mulkey. Willain Cr31ulkoy.
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Office, rear rooms over Iliumou's book
NO. 124 COMMERCIAL AVKVUX,
Between Seventh and rft'hth streets,
GREEN & GILBERT,
William n.dreen, ")
William U Ollbert, V OAIUO, 1I.I.1NOIH.
Hrfleia. attantloa glvao
to Ailmitaltf and
ovnoi onioLBVa,ROOwa 7 anu 8ovhb
OITT WATIOKAL nAWSt.
JAMES II. SMITH,
Real Estate Aof.nt.
Will buy and tell all kind of roal citato,
pay taxed, rent Uoutes, make collections nud
MONEY TO LOAN.
20,000 in sums ol S500 to 92.000 on im
proved real citato security In Cairo,
Store, manulacturlng establishments,
dwelling and furniture. Hull and cargoes
Insured at reasonable rates In tirat-class com
panies. Oppioe: No. 80 Omo Lr.vxK.
6-18 tf. CAIRO. ILLS.
Hat now on hand all klndt of
DRY CORD AND STOVE WOOD
For sale, Leave orders at
WM. ZLUaE'S 8TOSI!,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
lamBBBMl1 IBBBBBBBB I I BBBBBBBBBS
TLw boon licfiro tho American TuiMio
OVER THIIiTY years. It lias ncvor
yet .!ed to jrivo pcr.'ect satiafactiou, ami
Las jusMy Ucn atyU 1 Uio panaoca for all
cxtf.-nal WouniU,Outa,llurn Swellings,
Bpraina, llruisee, &c, for Sfan nnd
lioast. No fimUy should bo a emglo day
for Rlereutb nurt Pojilsr 4l..
Inform the publlo that he hasensacjeti tne
service of a Klrt-clafi Wagon raakcrand
alio a Klrst-clan Horne shoer and U ready
to manufueturo and cpairall kind of work
In thlH trade with npulr and dNpatch,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
, TENTH STREET,
1IXTWIIN WABII'N AYXNUX AND WALMU1
Dr. D. P. ruld Inform tno publlo that ha ba
opened a .
on thenorthweat aide of Tenth strael a nam
Ills b'ablet will be furnished with nene but It:
AND GOOD VEHICLES;
Ami the publlo may be accommodated at at
ImtirH of tho day and night with eafo teami
on the lowest tenux.
Dr. Fields aikia cbaro of public patronage
ami will endeavor to merit it by l'ulr deallug
and strict attention to buil
NEW YORK STOatE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LABOIST VARIETY (TOOK IH TUB 0ITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nlnetneiith street sunt Cow
C. O. PAT1EII
For Sale at Wbolesalo or KoUil.
OOUMR 32D-ITRMT AND OHIO LIVI
Urf P. (BAUtB.
OF CITY Alt 0. 00UHTT.
74 ohio XiiiVJoar
Retail ajitl Pmnripti
Center WaeUBgteti Art,
and Eighth street.
cbamelv and rabbit ekla
tor weax n
At BAECLAT SJtOt.
Tnc?: TTTNT r-XTJt CB
FOB SOBE THROAT,
Prepared aa4 boM
Br BARCLAY BROft
And DlstafecUBU forStablef.
At BARCLAY BROf.
And " Universe,
r- At BARCLAY BROS.
wlthmjt this Liniment. The bmbbt L
. v.,.. iuu aiinunrot is aa reni
Bontcl. Ho euro nnd pet the arsnal
M-can; hustAo ltnaSbntm
nlA11 D" and CWtrrStstW
at S5a, 50a. and $1.00 per Bottle, KbbS
atyle, alio of bottle. C ' ,
a nw amiOAnoxB mau a
Pure Blooming Complexion.
tl 1 Partly Ytfttabt,
ABd rait at oaoa. It dM
Appaannce caoasd by Bsas,
dispelling dark aad nastaaur jtset. Bet me essay
Tan. Prackits. audBnalMm, ea4 tanaaslieea
powerrol tnfluaae asaaUee ike Bjlsi ts wssfc
T0UTHTOX BLOOM AJTB RRAIYY.
Bald by all Pnistlsta aad Ite
Only B0 Centt per BoWi
It promote the SBOWTB, :
vsa the COLOB, e.tU teiriatse bbs
VLxoraatSl BBACTYafUseBXAieU I
Oru Turn Tumaslwayi
a., juouaa 1.7BB. Bl Has mt man
Tba name Is aartvt areas tee Oneh
Tb atror II baa leoetveB. asii
obtaiBSd. I lUPieaatlastSatlai
exeaaaa tbe Oaowni eai Basm el the
a rtillttitfiil iliaaliia It inllMti i
prtvtau uetiairsVasiasraiawBver. BaeeBeBsa
haad cooL aad at vsa tbatelr e risk. sesX saasffas
pawanoa. II la tha sua SB OCAjrwart
tt over e QuunM ef e Catrtwat Aee,
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