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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
MmmIIbc mat ar every pace.
C'llltlSTIAN CUURCII-Klghtrenlh street
between WahloKtonnud Walnut.
Meeting every cucday at 101 a. ni , and H
" p. m.
Sunday school at 3 p. m.
Prayer merlin Wednesday evening.
.Preaching, Sabbath at 101 a.m. and 71 p.tn
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 71 p. m.
abbath School, 3 p.m. J. M. Laniiden, Su
perintendent. Rxv. H. TIIATXR, Pastor
METHODIST. Cor. Eighth and Walnut BU.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10) a.m., and 7 p. m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7) p.m.
Sabbath School, 3. p.m. L. W. Stillwrll,
tuperlniondent. Hkv. F. L. Thompson,
CHURCH OF THE RKPKKMhR (Eplieo-
Morning prayers. Sabbath 101 -w.
Evening prayers. 71p.m.
Pahbalh School, 9 a.m.
Rxv. E. Co an, Rector.
6T. PATRICK'S CUURCH-Nlnth BL and
Public service, Sabbath 8:19 and 101 .
Vespers, 7 p.m.
hahbath School. 2 p.m.
tart lis ever)' S "a-m.
UKV. 1'. J. U'lIAIXOHAW, l'DCM.
fT. JOSEPH'S CliL'it(JH.-((.tnj)iii,, cor.
her il Walnut and Crovs street'.
Ma, every Sabbath nt 10 o'clock a. m.
Ve.pors, 2 p. m.
Mat. during week days, 8 o'clock a. tn.
Rxv. C. Hoffman, Prlf.t.
GERMAN l.UTHEHAN CHURCH 13tb
street between Washington Avenue and
I'r -aching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock,
htbuath School at 3 o'clock p. m.
Rxv. C. PuKiiacii.NKK, Pntor.
YOUNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSoCIA
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
each month at their room over Rockwell
Ji Co's book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. at
L. W. Stillwxll, President.
SECOND MISSIONARY BAI'TIST
CHURCH. Corner Syeamore and Forty
drat streets. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. ta.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. m.
The church Is connected with the IlltnoN
Association, by the First ML'louary Bap
tist Church ot Cairo.
Rxv. Solomon Lxonard, I'attor.
AFRICAN METHODIST. FourUenth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Services, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sa'jbath School. 11 p.m.
Class meet at a p.m.
SECOND FREE WILL RAPTHT'-Flf.
tsentli Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbath. 11 and 3 p. m.
Kxv. N. HickH, Pastor.
TREE WILL BAPTIST HOME MISSION
SABBATH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbath School. 0 a.m
riusT frke will uaptist church
Sarvfces, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. 4 71 p. m.
Kxv. M m. Keixxv, Pastor.
K1US7 MISSIONARY BAI'TIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth anil Tenth St.
1'rescLrnp, Sabbath, 10) a.m. and p.m.
1'rayer meeting. Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Babbath School, 1) p.m. John VanHaxter
ad Mr Stcnbcn. Superintendent.
Rv. T. J. SiioHso, r'tor.
(SECOND BAI'TIST CHUUCU-Kourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Widnut. The
only llaptlsl church recognized by the Au
tomation. Berrlces, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 8 p.ra. and p.m.
Brv. Jacob Ukadlby, Elder.
CAIRO COMMANDEBY, No
Asnemuly at the Asylum Masonic Hall, tint
and third Monaay in eacn monui.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No.iM.-Kegular Convo
cation at Maaonlc Hall, the ccond rriday
In each month. .
CAIRO CHATTER No. 71.-Rgu ar Con
vocation at Maaonlc Hall, on the third
Tuesday ot every month, ....
2A1RO LODUE, So. .37 f . A A. M.-fegu-lar
Communication at Maaonlc Hall, the
second and fourth Monday of e ach month.
THE ODD-FELLOWS. .
ALEXANDER LODGE, MeeU In Odd
Fellows' Hall, 1n Arter' building, every
Thuraday evening at 8 o'clock.
Governor John L. Bcverldge.
Secretary oftate George H. Harlow.
Auditor of State-O. . Llpplncott.
SUte Treaaurer-Casper Uuu.
Attorney General Jamee K. fcilsall.
Bupt. 1'ubUe Instruction-Newton Batcman
Senator Richard J. Oglcsby and John A.
L jfeVreaenUUre Eighteenth Dlstrtct-Isacc
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Representatives In the Wth dlafict..
John H. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math
tw J. Inscore. .
Senator for the 50th district. Jewe Ware.
CIRCUIT CO CRT.
Judge P. J. Baker, of Aloxander.
State' Attorney Patrick II. i'ope.
Clerk R. 8. Yocum.
Bherlff-A. H. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
Judge- F. Bros.
Associate J. E. McCrlte and 8. Marclill
on. Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John U. Gossman.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer B. A. Cunningham,
Comptroller E. H. Fallls.
Attorney H. Watson Webb.
1'ollce Maglstrates-F. Bros and J. J,
Marshal and Chief or Police Wra.Mcllolc.
Street Commissioner D. J. Galllgan.
Health Officer W. Wootcn.
Members Police Force A. Cain surecnt,
K. Whltcamp, Phillip Helm, Cbas. Mcliner
and P. A. Conant.
BOARD Or ALDXRMKN.
First ward-Hlr.ua Blxby and J. M.
Phillips. , ,
Second ward Herman Meyers and Wood
Thb-d ward John McEwen and F. Kon
"lurta ward-O. F, Nellls and M. J,
Fmh'ward-Jco. II. Robinson and Wm.
Over SOOmllllons have been used
..iihin ih nut ten vears. without
LompUInt of loss by tag becoming
AU Express Companies use
ha it hT ranters anu oiauuueir
15 TO $20
Pr dT. Aitmts waaUdi AU olsssss ol
worktag popl, of altbtr mx. young or old,
mult iora Boner t work for us In their
Jr mmnu,Jt U the ttmo, than t aay
o. TOfto Co,, rnllaul tulut,
Reported Expressly for tho Bulletin
www 0 w w w w m
NEW DEPARTURE LV
UUALITIOX KKTWEEX Till
WHITE ANU ft -LURED
ANEW POLITICAL ERA DAWN
INO UPON THE SOUTH.
xr.W Uiilkan", Juno IT. IlaI of
co-operation of il,e people of Louisiana,
white and colorod a tew departure.
An adjourned moeilng of tho cotnwittoo
of colorod and whito citlzoni ws held
lait night at No. 27 CuronileUt street.
The committee on resolutions submitted
tun following, vrlilch was unanimously
Wiikreak, Louisanais now threatened
with Usath in every vital organ of l.si
material and political being, and
Wuerea, Her dlro extremity Is but
the fruit of an unnatural division among
tbo children of her soil and of her adoption,
Wheheas.AV have an abiding faith
that there Is love enough for Louisiana
among hor sons to unite them in a manly
and unselfish struggle for her redemption.
Bo It therefore resolved, first, that
henceforward we, dedicate ourselves to the
unification of our people.
a. Uhat by "our people ' w mean
all ;men of ivbutevor race, color or
religlou.and wh ar citizens of Louisiana.
and whoaro willing to work for her pros
perity. 3. That we shall advocate by speech
and pen and doed the equal and Impartial
exercise by evrj citizen of Louisiana of
every civil and political right guaranteed
by the constitution and laws of the United
States and by the laws of honor, brother
hood and fair dealing.
4. That wo shall maintain and advocate
the right of ovary citizen of Louisiana
and of every citizen of the United States
to frequvnt at will all places of public
resort, and to travel at will on all vehicle.
of public conveyance upon terms of per
fect equality with any and every citizen,
and wu pl:dg ourselves ai far as our
influence, counsel and extmplomay go to
make this right a livo and practical right,
aud that there may bo no misunderstand
ing of our views on this point, first, we
shall recommend to the proprietors of all
public places of liconsed public resort in
the state of Louisiana, the opening of said
places to tho pstronago of both races
inhabiting our state; second, we shall
further recommend all railroad, steam
boat, steamships and other public convey
ances to purauc the same policy ; third, we
shall further recommend that our banks,
insurance offices and other public corpora
tions recognize and concede to our colored
fellow-citizens where they are stockhold
ers in such Institutions the rlht of being
represented in the direction thereof;
lourtb, we shall further recommend that
hereafter no distinction shall exist among
citizens of Louisiana in any of our public
schools or Institutions of education or any
public institution supported by the
city, stato or parishes.
S. Wo shall alio recommend that the
proprietors of foundorics, factories and
other establishments employing mechanics
or workmen make no distinction between
the two races.
6' We shall oncourago by every means
In our power our colored citizens in the
rural districts to become the proprietor of
the soil, thus onhancing the value of the
lands and adding to tbo productions of tho
state, while it will create a political con
servatism which is the ofl'.spring of propri
etorship, and we furthermore recommend
to all land proprietor of our stato the
policy of considering tbe question of break
ing up tho same into small farms in order
that our colored citizens and white immi
grants may bocome practical farmers and
cultivators of tbe soil.
7. That wo pledge our honor and good
faith to exercise our moral influence, both
through personal advice and personal ex
ample, to bring about the rapid removal
of prejudices heretofore existing against
the colored citizons of Louisiana, in order
that they may hereafter enjoy all the
rights belonging to citizens of tlfu Unitod
8. Bo It further resolvod, that we
earnestly appeal to tht pron of
the state to co-operate Ith ns
In erecting this monument of
unity and accord and Justice, and like our
selves, forover bury beneath Rail past
prejudice on the ubjoct of race or color.
0. Resolved, Also, that vt deprecate
and thoroughly condemn all act of vio
lence from whatever ource,and appeal to
our people to abide by tbe law in all their
differences, a the surest method of pre
serving all tho blessing of life and lib
erty and property.
10. Resolved, That" w pledge ourselves
to tho cultivation of a broad sentiment of
nationality which ihall embrace tb whole
country, uphold the flag of tbt union.
U. Rolvd, That M ao aarnut of our
koly purpow brby oftr upon tb
lUtofthteoaaaoBgooi all p,rty (Ih
and all prejudices of education which may
tend to binder the political unitv of our
12. That in view of the numerical
equality betwoen the white and colored
elements of our population we shall advo
cate an equal distribution ofthooffices of
trust and emolument In our
'.ate, demanding a the en y
condition of our suflrsge honesty, dill
gene and ability, and wa advocate thl
not becauio of tbe offices tbcmsolves, but
simply as another proof upon our part that
tho anion we desire It an equal one, and
not an illusive conjunction brought about
for the sole beneOt of one or tho other of
the parties to that union.
.Hlgnnd. (1. T. Bkuheqam., Chr'n.
J. N. Marks,
O. C. Antom,
J auks J. Day,
, Del C If.JuiAxr,
W m. $1. RaXDOM'H.
FEARFUL SPREAD OJ-" THE
UIIOLEKA IN TENNES
SEE. PIFTV DEATHS IN NASHVILLE
MEMPHIS FOR TWENTY
Naihvim.1:, Juno 17. There wero fifty
deaths to-day, thirty-flve being from chol
era. Tho dhease Is evidently preadlntr.
Dispatches from Gallatin. Lebanon,
Greenville and other points show that the
scourge is carrying ir a greut many at
DAD WEATHEB TOR C1IOLBRA
.MxMniu, June 17. Tbe weather con-
nue bad, with almost incessant rain.
There were 15 Intermonti to-day, 10 of
WAeiiiKOTO., June 17 Probabilities
For New England light to fresh north,
easterly to northwesterly winds, higher
barometer and clear weather are probably
For Middle states gentle to fresh, mostly
from east and south and increasing cloud
iness with probable rain area from Penn
sylvania soulhward. For the Southern
states es't of Mississippi light to lrcnb
winds, generally from southwest and
and southeast, cloudy weather and rain
areas. From Missouri to Upper Lakes
and Minnesota, falling barometer, brirk to
very britk winds. For tbo South and
East increasing cloudiness, threatening
weather and probable rain aroas. For the
Lower Lakes easterly to .outherly winds
and clear or partly cloudy weather.
Cautionary signals are ordered for Du
St. Loci, June 17. Flour quiet, dull
and unchanged. Wheat dull and lower:
nothing doing in spring; samplo lots red
fall sold $1 3501 37 'o 3; SI CS1 68
o -i. uorn staay ana tirm; no J mixed
3'.'39,c cash; -JOjc August. OaU inactive,
sacked dull and lower; So 2 mixed 31
3'Jc elevator; 34i(?85c sacked. Harley
dull and nominal, live dull; prime 6!ic.
rorit quiot ana unchanged 910 7017.
Hulk meats dull and nominal. Bacon
quiet, shoulders ila; clear rib 9ct clear
sides 9Jc. Hams 14l6Jc Lnrd dull
and nominal; manusacturing 775c.
Whisky steady 89c.
Memphis, June 17. Cotton firmer but
slow; good ordinary ICc; low middling
17jc; roceipts 104; shipments 440; stock
20,095. Flour dull at $4 010. Corn
slow at COtftfOc on orders. Oat dull and
drooplnging, 4344c. Hay mixed $20
21. Bran dull at f 18. Corn meal active
at $2 85. Pork and lard dull and nom
inal. Bacon dull and drooping; shoulders
7j"lc; aides 9J9Jo.
St. Louis, Jone 17. Arrived : Rob
Hoy, Keokuk; .las Howard, New Orleans;
Julia, Vlcksburg; Illinois, Peoria; La
Barite. Missouri river: LaUrosse. St Paul:
Sara Brown, Cairo. Departed: P W
Btrauer, Tennessee river; Capitol City,
Vicksburg; Jno Means, Ashland; Hob
Roy, Keokuk ; St Luko, Missouri riter;
Rock Island, St. Paul. River falling.
Weather warm and cloudy with rain this
EVAXSNILLE, June 17 Weather
cloudy and warm. Mercury 77 to 82.
Kivor risen U laches. Up: Iddlowild,
Arlington, Florence. Lee. Down : Fav.
ette, Mary Ament, Quickstep, Taraecon.
uuiiueri very iikui.
Cincinnati, June 17. River 7 feet 6
inches and stationary. Arrived : Bermu
da, Evansvllle; Henry Probasco, Mem
phis. Departed: H K Hudson, Wheeling,
Weather cloudy and hot.
New Orleans, Juno 17. Arrived : R
F. Lee, Richmond, Louisville; Alice and
barges, St Louis. No departures. Thor
PiTTSBURO. June 17. River 3 feet r,
inches and falling slowly.
MAIM CIOM STBBET,
Good (tabling connected with the house,
wd sample room for commercial traveler.
Itte onalbui to aid Irom all trains.
S .. J.M,DAM80N,PrTisTietar
Our Homo Advortiaors.
John Q. Hannan. Chas. Thrupp
JOHN Q. BARMAN k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Worth Cor. of Bite Nt. ssssd lslo te
Offer lor fcMe at low figure and easy term
the followlmr real estate :
No 1 An elegant cottage, corner Twelfth
and Locust streets, Is 'J7 aud 'Hi, b 1, thlrj ad.
i.hi auove graue, o iota in o , in wnnt Is
known ns tli j "Itldgc Block;" tlio lot run
luruuKii mo ihock irom riuecniu to six
ittimi direct, and tne icst reMucnce prop-
erty lu the city adjoining property
0 2 LoUS and 4. b K. cltv. Washington
aiemie, between Thirteenth and Fourtet nth
street, west side. Uood tWo-story bulldlnsr-
So 3 AIo. vacant lot. .1 nml n mllnlnln
" " I 'l"JUIIIIII.
.in Ulvll. ...t.' ..."
" w.a.i. niitvi. ptiiiiu nitlf-
brtween Commercial and tVaklilm.lnn
nues, will be sold in tracts to null purchaser,
very low and on cusy terms.
o4 U)i7ands, has. corner ot Four.
tcentu and Ton ar streets, front nn ini.r
iiO ! Snlomliii Lining. Inilliiim.
ilcnco in second storv. 0 roumt. l.'.n ...i
front and rear Kalrway. wateronboth floors,
In number one condition; situated on north.
west corner ut
Commercial avenue arid
A great bargain If told
No C Lot( 7 and S. b 40. 1st nrl
house and stable on lots, high ground, cor
ner I'oplar aud Twcntv-elvnth nr,-ni.
I'rlcc I&60, onc-hall cai.h.
So 7 Lot anil nnw rnttapA In Vo 1 nr.ld
hall, three rooms and kitchen, on Twenty!
Urst street. Two splendlsl lou in
house block on I'oular street rornf r.
So 8 Twoveri desirable bustnes houses
and two lots, on Mxlh street between (nm.
merclal and Washington avenue, will be
sold at terms to pay purchaser rental of 25
per cent cn Investment.
So 0-Slr lots In b 29, 1st ail.
ground. 200 each on easy payments.
o 10 a well-Improved laruiou the Mis
sissippi In Missouri, 8 miles below Cairo.
275 acres, a largo portion under cultivation,
tint-class dwelling house, bams and out
buildings. Will be sold very low or ex
changed lor improved Cairo nroDert. a
great bargain can be had by applying soon.
1 hii property Is worthy the examination of
aoy person who desires to engage in farm
Int. as It certainly Is ono or the most fertile
and productho tracts of land in thocoun-
io 11 A snlendld two-storv reditu nin m
north eat corner of Walnut ami Mnth
streets, with two lot very desirable prop
erty. ' '
So 12 Lota 18 and 19. h 7!) tnntli (.). o
Twenty-drst ttreet, opposlto "Convent
Block "very desirable for rpilrfpn nnr.
No 13 a well Improved farm of 240 acres;
CO acres undercultlvatlon; housesand barn,
good orchard, bearing trees; running water
through farm above overflow-. One quarter
ruue irom station and depot ot Cairo & til.
Iouls railroad. Will be sold on oaiy terms
lor 912 per acre.
A 11 NIC rillHr rnti ivvvmim
In addition to the foregoing we offer tor
sale, or lease, a large number of vacaut loti,
In different pan oi the city, embracing So
"ubiiich" uu icsiuriice proper!.
In unimproved lands, we have for salo
ovor 25,( 00 acres in Alexander and Pulaski
counties, at price ranging from $i to f 15
per acre, and are prepare J to offer induce
menu to purchasers that cannot he equalled
In Colorado, Texas or anv other place or by
"any other man." A large aniouitoi landtof
the tery best quality, in Alexander and l'u-1.1-W
counties. belonL-Ini- to the llllnnl. fVn.
tral Itailroad vompauy, tor the sale of which
wc are the agents, will bo fold erv low utid
on such easy terms that a person oi Induatri
oils habits, with a very small turn ol ready
money, can In a few yean become the
owner or a productive lann. We have
plats and descriptions of all lauds offered
for sale and will take pleasure in showing
purchasers the property. Titles to all lands
sold by us guaranteed, and shown trom the
patentee when required by abstracts. Ap
ply to JOHN Q. UAKMAN & CO.,
Cor. Sixth aud Lcveo sts., Cairo, Ills.
June 7, 1S73.
C. WINSTON &, CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (rioorp tloo) onio litib,
Bur and Sill Rial Kbtati,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
And iTf-tro Honve-iaaoes ol Kloitt :
WHITE COLLAK PLANING MIL1;
N WALTEstH, Proprietor,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SUINOLKS, CEDAR POSTS
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished en shortest soli.
Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
B. F. B R Y A N T ,
Near Ttvotty.sixth Street,
Levee, CAIRO, ILLS
All kinds of Lumber. Oak. Poplar, Cy.
press, Walnut, etc., delivered tn any part
or tbe city free ol charge,
ISTPatronss solicited, and satisfaction
ituaraiitced. 3-.5 tf.
KM8T8 0T-, BT. COM. A WaJO,
JUNE 18, 1873.
TKUTONIA LIFE IN8URAN0K
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
This German Lllo Insurance Companv
guarantees not only Paid-up Policies uw
plan " ,be "n-forrolture
OUN A. HUCIC, . . . pf,ldeni
CKNOBELSUollF, . . . Hecrit.r"
4 JOHN W. PltURSS,
Agent for Cairo aud vicinity.
SECTION NO. 47.
J:'.f0?.,.-0.,! iu.r prjmottn tufri lnuranet
anu me ueiler by weekly dues and mutual
K m.rSt "."uu ,n ""J11 pumio benetlt.
Tlierl.lio Insuranrn I'nU-in u-in ...
"j -uuu xuiutaiico company.
JOHN W. PRUESS, Ao't.
for Cairo isstct Vlelsslly
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOAB-A, H, T.,
OESMANIA, N. T.,
nANOVIR, S. T,
x i x Mniiwtmmii
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Comprislag the Underwriters' Aasaoy,
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o, Insured at rates u favorable as sound, est
m;nnt sseurltv will w.rranU
I reSMCtfutlr aak at thai nltfaananl .
sharrof tnsir palrontuie.
W. H. Moms,
No. Pub. sad U. H. Com
FIRE, HULL, OAROO, LIVE STOCK
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SAFFORD, MORRIS &CANDEE,
71 Ohio Itmi.
11. A. luoin L. 1). Thorns
THOMS & BROTHER,
Succcso'srs to II. M. Hul en,
COMjnsSION MERCHANTS. BHOKERS
AND DXALXHS IS
NlapU aid ranrjr Groceries,
Foreign and Domestic
FRUITS AUSrU aSTTJTQ
131 Commercial Avenue,
, CAIRO, - . ILLINOIS.
(Suoccwor to II. Thiclccke.)
IHNiltr lu All Klnda
BETWEEN TENTH AND ELENENTI1 STREETS
Havlntiurcbased the (rroccry establish
ment o if, Tliielocke. I tball always keep
on hand a full and fresh supply of all tho
best Roods In my lino, to bo found in the
market. By strict uttcntlon to business,
and fair dealing, I hope not only to retain
all tho custom the place has enjoyed In the
past, but to add to the list many new pa.
trout. Asking a fair sharo of public patron.
Kospoctfully, Herman ScrtMKTZBTORri'
Liverpool Nsw.Tork alid PhllaJelphia
casta cosTstot win carrsm stirs aid ttitua
For Oarrjia; tb Mail
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa f causa inoaaiuo
APPLY TO JOHN 0. DALI, Aot
UBro4y, Nsw-toti, ro
WwblaajWt A vmm Qsue, Waow.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AID. 00UHTY.
, ovrica ot
OITV NATIONlx. BANK-. nATHn
B, MhMTOW: President-
S SAffcOst VlcPrertient;
B. UYSUUP. Beeratarr and T,
Pa Ha MfMlff
e u. uvaaiaaiAsi, u. r, EAuitii.
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Toss Cossta Vmwmwtm.
XSTKKEST paid on deeoslU as the raSeol six
pere.nt. pi annum. fiarob 1st eaSfliptesB.
StV.1?1 . ' not withdrawn Is addedlEsnE
dlauiv tolha pnnolpal of tb dewslUtnerebv
gtvlnu them compound inurMt. o7
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SO TS1T 10 Oil ILia ma
Open erarj busln.- dar from t a.m. to I n.sn
'auw W, ur9I.0P. Tr.as nrer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. f . IIALLtDAT, Prwld.nl;
HBNRT L. HALUDAT, Vie.Prtlfii
WALTER BTdLOP, Aol.lta CtJJr-
Btaats TATMa. Rossst H. OvaimasiAB.
fluiiUiiutit, W. P. Halluav, '
A. . BArroaa.
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
R. W. MitLTtn, President.
J. M. Pit L .IPS. Vlce-Pre-adeut.
CiiAg. cummucoham, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PBOMFTLY MAD1.
EXCIANOK, eola. bank aeto aad
U(m Moarltlc bouaht and sold.
m Mr eat Allowadl ta( Bwmmtta.
SAIIUKL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Office over Flrrt National bank. WB3m
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Onceover First National bank.
John II. Mulkey. Willam C. Mulky,
MULKEV & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT "LAW
Office, rear room over Uannon' book
NO. 124 COMMEBCIAL ATISDI,
Iletween Seventh and Eighth street.
GREEN A GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. Urean. 1
WBpsoia, atUatiea glrtn la Admlraltr aad
Off ICS OHIO LlTla, K00III T AJTD I OTSS
CITT SATIOSAL BASS.
JAMES II. SMITH,
Real Estate Aoent.
Will buy and sell all kinds of real estate.
pay taxes, rent house, make collections and
uegouaio ioi ns.
MONEY TO LOAN.
20.000 In sums ol ISOO to 2.000 on lm.
proved real estate security to Cairo,
Store, roauulacturlng establishments,
dwellings and furniture. Mull and cargo
Insured at reasonable rates tn flrsl-clas coav
Orrici: No. BO Ohio Letic.
6-18 tf. CAIRO. ILLS.
Ha now on band all kinds ol
DRY CORD AND STOVB WOOD
For sl. Lmt ordn at
TTX. KLUOrS BTOAV,
Our Homt ftiTtrtimi,
T AWB sMft
Car. Tsj(ii tlrm mm
1 ABB BOW nraftiMil Aa.
spring style, Mcb a DAtoatlswiksar.
uuca ana eniikia '
lr,eA- i?d vna Ummm
manshlp an warrasited toss si ELhmlt
am det.rmjned to t b wdmSVSW.
xuw uuaui oi ffOOd. r
HsDalriBar d nn j ..
XKW BOOT AND SHOE STO'
Attn oftaM IM Hfi,
Coixm of Sbtisttb Sram ass Wam.
CAIRO, ILLIK013. .
Wber I InVit all tta lUmm a-U
and turronadlnf country tm call ms4 sjm
uao, mts sBoawT. mm i ww SJM watr
Nimble Penny U lietur thaa tka Stew Urn.
Ct- Kla vmssJi tut ! siav.
Informs tb nubile that be biiiiairii mm
services of a Firsts la Waoa aalcaal
Isoa Mrst-claa Horse shoar susd Unadr
to Manufacture aad epslr all klaise of ararti
In thl; trad, wltn ipalr aad UZch,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
. TINTl BTXIIT,
BSTWSSS WAIB'S ATSSVS ASS WALSTV
Dt. B. r, rial laiwrsas UsHslalaslsti
aorthwast uU ( Taatt. attaat a aam
UataklMwtllkrr4U4 Mh Msttl Ska
AMD GOOD V1MI0LML
and the public tuj b nilstsil at al
on tb lowest tens.
Dr. Hld ask a akart) ofMbtie ratrtasra
and wui .ndsavor to asnt It kr ASKi
and strict attaaUoa to but
NE W yORJC STOiliC,
WHOLBSALS AND S1TAIL.
LASQSaT TASISTT atOOK r nw
GOODS SOLD VllTOLOIB.
For Salo st Wkolatal r lUtsiL
OOKSIB 32D-mMt AMD OUO LaTfflft
BEMIS, BROWN A CO.,
Aoautra Horn Cottor Muu
NO. SO Ohio UTM, Oatrs, U.
WARD & ROBERTS,
Dealebs is Wisoow SlUOBB,
Wall Pai-bb, Psbi Wins
Lias, Lisbsss Oil.
Bfisitb Tvirssnss, Mtvm
flniiLAc, ALcosot, Ire, Itc
Waabington atsbu aad bIstssMi Unat,
Oaibo, . . Ilu
JOHNSON A BILHING8LY,
CARPENTERS & J0INE18
AM ItssAna la Aa all arlaaa
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