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THIS CJA1110 DAILY JJULLET1N, TIU'RSDAY, .JUNK 10, 1873.
rMl l'prr til the CI 17
(-. "'' Mnrnlnr 1H.
'par PnblUhPl l Hoisllsern llUnoU,
JuiLSILOIlKllLY, Editor and l'ulUithcr
terms or thei)aTly 1ULLETIN:
On week, hy carrier 25
One year by carrier, In advauco 10 00
One year by carrier it not piiu in
advance 2 00
One month, by mll, 100
Toree month 3 00
Six month ft K
One roar 10 00
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY UULLKTIN
John 11. Oberly has reduced tho tubscrip
tlon price of tho Wkkkly Ciibo Htn.tTiN
to Ono Dollar per annum, making It the
etiopost p pjr pit'illnod In Southern llllnol
ending mnller on rirry inK".
Tni insano asylum nt Anna will b
roady for patlontt on tho first of Septem
ber. . --
The choice of a chief Justice of tlio su
preme courtof Illinois will bo mado nt tho
next meeting of the court at Ottawa in
"Go Wkt," li what tho ltoiton paper
fay to tho profesor of that namo who r )
JecU a balloon voyage acrois tho Allan
tic. Chicago Times.
Thii would bo a good joko If Wlio'i
name w ai "West.
The tolegraph roportt tho alarming 111
nett of Vfca-l'rejident Wilion in New
York. Tho character of hit allinont li
not definitely dated, but ho it nid to bo in
a partially blind and deaf condition; thii
having followed the first attack. His Ill
ness it attributed to tho effect of his la
bors during the last canvas, the (training
of last winter's congressional session nnd
ill work on an nntl-slavory history he If
Jack, net Capt. .lack, but IJurglar Jack,
hat been caplurod In Chicago. Also, '-ono
armed Dave'' and nnothor burglar whose
alias It not reportod, were captured at tho
ame time. These gentleman wero taking
a r.llrn.,1 Isln from Mlltranl.-on.wrii.rnl""
.. . , , . i , ... .. i!
iioj uau uiiprupriniuu luvumi fctiuusuuu
dollars worth of goods on Saturday last
word was tent ahead to tho police of
Chicago and on tholr arrival in that city,
thoy wore mot with a wnrm rccoption and
were taken in charge at tho city's ex
pento. Our Illinois liorgia is equal to any of
thorn and a littlo bettor than some. Ac
cording to her own confession, mado on
Lor death bod, tho mliod poisons with
ability and fed thorn to bor victims witi.
fioo effect. Her husband, her daughter,
her son-in-law and hit fathor, hor two
grand-children, all took tho poison with
out suspicion and died. A fow days ago
the had mixed a death-dealing loto for
hor son, which the accidently took herself,
and when the fact becamo apparent, tho
made a confession of hor horrlblu crime
TIIE SPRINGS OA LCAUKOUS
TUFA NO VOLCANIC ACTION
THE VI LL AO 13 AND THE VIL
LAGEItS -SEVEN HUNDKEW
VlblTOKS THE DOCTOi: -BO
AKU HEALING VIKTCES OF
THE WATKKS WHAT THEY
WILL CUKE AND WHAT THKV
Your correspondent, having experienced
considerable relUf from tho waters oi thu
thermal tprlngs, at this placo, thought it
would not b uninteresting to your nu
merous rcadors to have a brief description
of them and tholr surroundings.
Aro situated in tho county of Garland
which was created from the fragment of
several counties by an act ol tho last legis
lature, and will therefore not bo found on
any of thu maps. Previous to tho for
mation of a now county thoy wore included
within the Hot .Springs county, about
fifty Qvo mllus south woit of Littbi Hock
the capital of tho stale Tho Cairo and
Fulton road now runt as far us liintin.and
the staging distano bat bean greatly de
creased within the past few weks, much
to the relief of travollors In u very short
time, by the middle of July probably, the
stating will be reduced to uightcun miles.
Thu springs, in number
P.iso Irom the we. torn tlopu of one of U0
Oark mountains. Thoy nro scattered
over a tpace of several aero, thu streams
varying in volume from tho ti.e of a pipe
item to that of a mans body. In tho ag
gregate thoy discharge about 3'JG gallons
per mlnute,and vary in temperature from
U& to 1M9 Fr.renhelt. Thit wator is con
ducted by means of troughs and pipe to
the numerous b&th houses in tho village.
By far the larger number ol tho sprintrs
rise from a bench of tho mountains, tome
aixty or a hundred fuut abovu the valley
which rnakei it an easy matter for the
water to bo conducted to the tops of thu
very highest bouses. Plil bench is funned
of depositions from the water and is called
It it of a dark gray color and in its
honey-combed contracted structure resem
bles pipe Iron oro. It it toft, of a chalky
nature and when It it pulverized by tho
action of tbe weather, makes a loose, rich
black toll. Abovo this embankment of
tufu tho mountain rlset in oro abruptly nnd
It covered with a loose chorty stono, tome
of them' with beautiful teams of milky
quartz. Tho mountain slope Is densely
covered with forest tree., an J what is a lit
tle lingular, the growth upon
the tufu is that characteristic of tbe most
fertile tolls, tucb at ash, mulberry, tun
bairn and vines of different kindt, while
above ii pioe and tcrubby oak.
Many are anzlout to know If there urc
dt lodlcatlont of
la tbt neighborhood of the tprlngs. My
obiervatlcni nd that of several tclentitlc
gswtUmep b diicoverod nothing of tho
ort. TbUi Ii no lava, no trap rock In
jactloBi through crovlcct of tho earth, no
miliary protuberances that aro alwayt
tobt ifn In a region of extinct volca-
noes. That tubterraneum forcct have
boon felt In tho neighborhood U ovldont
from tho tlltod condition of tho ttrata,
much of It Incllnod to tbA.nortl"Mt. nt an.
angle of about CO".
From tho Hot Springs form Into a llttlo
croek that Howl down the valley with
qulto a rapid fall, to rapid Indeod, that
qulto n number of minlaturo cascades and
quiet poolt nro formed. Thii crcok laket
its rise lar north of tho valloy forking,
now tho uppor hot spring, tho larger
branch coming from tho northwest.
Tracing this upward from the point
of bifurcation through a narrow gorgo for
a distanco of thrco hundred yards it agnln
fork, ono branch running north nnd tho
othor west. At this point tho valloy on
tho north fork wldons, and qulto n number
of houses and gardons, tasteful In their np
puarance, nro to bo iuiind, This may bo
c tiled tho upper portion of tho village.
House!, howuvor, aro stuck on tho moun
tain tides, nnd over tho creek oven in the
narrowest part of tho gorgo. The vil
lage proper begin at tho first point inon
turned, and conlinuos tometimut on both
sides of tlio crcok below tho hot spring',
hut mainly un tho west tide, tho crcok
hugging tho bnto of tho east tldo mountain.
Tlio vllliage continues down tho crook tor
half a mile, nnd terminates when tho
ridges bound tho valloy nru flattened down
Into n gently undulating country.
This village, called Hot Springs, lias a
nativo population of sumo 1,100 inhabi
tants, most of whom gain their living from
tho visitors. Thore it no crop land within
four in 11 o, nnd corn Is now sailing for
$1 75 per bushel. Thnro aro eight hotels,
about thirty boarding lioutos, tlx or eight
stores, two drug ttoros nnd a largo num
ber of bath-houses. Doctors aro abundant.
N'o fewor than tlltoon nro kept busy by tho
sevon hundred visitors.
nr.. iikooks or Memphis
Has by far tho largest practlco, it dklllful,
success fill, honest and cupablo. Undor
hit Judicious trcatmont 1 lmvo boon ro
lieved of a most troublesome totter of two
years standing. l)rs. Lawrence, Hudson,
Creighton, Ellsworth, King and othars do
un ovinnatiin ttannl Inn !( n rt n n nf ttlfitt
ollicoi nre crowded liko that of Dr. Hrooks
Much professional jealousy prevails which
is regrottod by tho visitors. Tho chargot
of tho doctors aro moderate Dr. Ilrookt
charges J'J5 por month u.d n pntlnnt. may
call and sco him at often as ho wishes.
Hoard may bo had nt prices varying
from ;io to i per month, and tho excel-
leiico of thu faro Is by no moans to bo
Judged of by tho prices demanded. I
have obtained good board al 40. llaths
vary in price from 'Jo centt to 50 cenlt,
Somo of thu bath-house charge an addi
tional turn for attention. My ndvlco to
vttltors would bo to look around nnd en-
quire boforo making permanent arrange
ments. Invalids coming from Southern
Illinois to stay ono month should expect
to pay for travel, and board and medical
attention $l&0, and from 00 to SlOO for
each additional month, depending, of
courso, upon tho prlco of board.
Tho discae curod. by tlioio waters aro
numerous and diverse. Syphilis is invaria
bly curod. Somo of tho most disgusting
tights that ovor mot my eye aro hero
mon covered all over with huge, hideout
sores varying In slzo from a nickel to tho
pi! m of onos hand aro washed, cleaned.
lualed up and return homo rejoicing.
Chronic rliouiimtism, gout, still jolnti,
contraction of tho muscles and skin dis-
oisos as a class, scrofulous ulcerations, en -
lodgment of tho glands, gonoral debility,
neuralgia, nervous atloction, partial pur
alysisnnd uterine diseases aro nlso cured or
Pertont tutlering with discates of tho
lings, bronchial lubes, all'ection of tho
hiart mid brain and ucuto intlamatory dis-
oisos had better stay ut homo. H'i, water
Will not bonoflt thorn.
li y all meant
t'OSsULT A PHYSICIAN.
While many recover without one, yet
. .. ...1.. 1. 'Pl,
many aro permanently ihjuiuu. au
water is u powurlul altorntlvo and ehi.tlld
bo used with caution. Too much of It is
at bad as too much calomel. Time and
money may bo 6avod by consulting a good
Tlio wator has boon repoatedly analyzed.
It contains selicatos with beso, bl-car-bonato
or llmo, bl-carbonato
of magnesia, alumina with
oxldo of Iron, carbonate of toda, carbonate
of potash, sulphato of magnesia, chloride
of mtgnotia, oxldo of monganeso, sulphate
of lime, arsoutato of lime, bromino and
iodine. The wator it also freely impreg
nated with carbonic acid gas. Notwlth-
ttandlng thii numorous nrray of ingredi
ent, thoy constitute in n gallon of tho
wator, only HJ grains, and It U thought
by Dr. Hrooks that the power of tho wa
tor ovor disease does not depend upon tho
mlnoral ingredients, but upon its
Such as exists in tlio animal body, which
acts as a powerful stimulant whon ab
sorbed as it is from thu baths arousing tho
animal acumen In all its parts and awak
ening to new life tho terpld proceties of
1 hae already mado this letter loo
long, but 1 must advlso all invalids who
como hero to oxeraite patience. For tho
Crit four weeks 1 was discouraged, but
when the wator began to act upon my di
sease I was quickly, und I trust norma,
As an outfit bring a large blanket, some
bathing towels, ilmnol underwear, and a
pair ot slippers. Great and remarkable
curot are porfotmed hero every day, and
In twenty year It will be the greatest wa
tering placo in Atactica.
PARKER 4 BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAJNTF,
four. Hanalne. IJaaollun,
wiwdo w C3-XjjftL.aa.
And tbe celebrated illuminating
hnOBH'LDILUIHO, COB ilTU BT. i COM
(InriAriJ March si. isn.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. 11. S AFFORD, President;
S. S. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
H. HYSI.Ol', Secretary and Tieanirer
K. II. HTOflartcTR,
It. U. OcssisanAM,
i'ACL U. bCllllll,
U. 1, JUtUDAt,
J. M. Pnimrs
DepoalU ot anj Amount RftralvMl Irom
Ten CBta Uiwnrda.
1MTEKF.UT paid on deposits at the raleol an
pnroent. per annum, March Island Heptem-
ipi-i iki, imviuii uui wiwmrnwn in fuaeu iinme
llatelf to the nrmcltml of Dm tlenoslts. therh
KlTlnx them compoiiml Interest.
IIAIIItXKD WOMEN AND OlIILDRKN MAT
10 THAT WO ON (Ml CAN IiaAW IT.
Open eterr busine" dav from u a.m. in s ti.m..
and Saturday ! .hr lor HAVIMI IlKI'oaiTt
onlt from to s o clock.
aum w . iithi.iii'. Treanurar.
THE CITY NATIONAL
UA IH O,
i i.iii no i rt
W. P. HALLIDAY, ProiMet.1 1
UKNIIT I,. HALLIDAY, Vlcp-Prsldrnt
A. II. HAFKOKD, Oashlor ;
WALTER HYBLOP, AnN'.ta Ci.t.ler
Htiits TATLon. Kosrnr II. Oi'ssin.iiiah
IUsrt L. IIallidaT. W. 1'. Halliiiat.
Qio. V. WiLLiAnaaN, Bttpiits Hum
A. n. airroun.
LaelinuKf, Colts and Uiilttxl Rlntna
lion da IIoiirTi mid Noli!.
D.Cl'OHI'13 received, anil a genarat baaVInt
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. W. Mtit.Kli, President.
.1. M.I'll I. ,irs. Vlcc-l'resliU'iit.
Ciias. Cir.NM.NfiiiiM, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PKOMPTLY MADE
EXOHANdi:, coin, bank notes nnd Unltm
Htatea securities houaht ami sold.
lutercat Allowed mi lime Deposit.
SAMUKIi 1. Win;i:Li:n,
ATTOJiNfiV & COU.N'SELOJt AT UW
Oflicc over First National bank. V,-i:"m
WILLIAM .1. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Olllccover First National bank.
John II. Mulkey. Will.uu C. .Miilkey.
aMI'LKEV .V SON.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Olllco, rear rooms over Hanuon's book
N' 121 COMMKIICIAL A V EN UK,
llctwcen Seventh ami Klghth streets.
OUEEN & OILUEUT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. Green
Willnm II (Ulbi
trHpeeia. altanllon Rlren to Admlraltr and
eambuat husini HS.
1FVI0K OHIO LEVEK, H00UB 7 AND 8 OVHU
OITY NATIONAL IIAVX,
JAMES H. SMITJI,
Attoeitey vlt Law
Rkal Estati: Aoknt.
Will buy and sell all kinds or real estate,
pay taxes, rent bouses, make collections and
negotiate lo ins,
MONEY TO LOAN.
ij'JO.oni) in sums ot $.-sK) to fj.ooo on lm
proed real estate security in Cairo.
Stores, inauulacturlii;; establishments,
dwellings and furniture. Hulls and eaix-oes
Insured at reasonable rate In llrst-elas, i
Orri r. No. so Ohio Levkk.
Tilbtf. CAIRO. 1 LLS.
vriMKH AMIS l.motJHh
It". SMYTH &C07
I'AIKO. ILL I H O I 5 .
Alio, keep coDaUntly on hand a moit com
plete nook of
HOOTOn AKD IKISU WUISKIKt
-0 1 N h.-
Port, Madorla, Sherry and
niinsil A. L'
It, Smith Co. nro also nuenls lor Pnen
Urue stock U kopt eon.taiilly on hand ai
eer, .iirniij iv.u.e i iiisiiuii; uie, n w iiicL
Our Homo Atlvcrtisors.
HKAtt KMTATJR AUKKU1.
John (J. llarman. Ch.n. Tlirupp
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
CON V K YA N OKHS
Worllt Cor. oinilt HI. nttil Ohio I.oee
Offor lor fale at low Inures ami cny termi
the followlnx' real crtnto :
No 1 ti t'logant roltasc, corner I tvelftli
and Locum Mreets NiTaniliSli 1, tlilrd.ail.
Lota nliovu grmle, ft hit In l I, In what la
klmwii at llii "l!ldf,'C llloeki" thn'o lots run
through tho block irom rlrici'iilh to Six
teclitli ftrecte, and the he't rc-ldcnco prop
crty In tlie city- -adjoining properly highly
So 'J-LoUfl ami I. b l.'i, ity. W anhltigton
:icniie, between Thirteenth and lolirlci nth
'Irectc, wet ldi', (mod lwo-tory liulldlng
on each lot. . , ,
Noll Al'o, vacant loUTi and 0. adjoining
thu above. Lot II, b 2.1, city,
on Sixth -ircct, fotith hide,
between Commercial and Wii-IiIukIoii ale
ise.. will be old In tract to mil purchaser,
very low and nnqay torin.
.So 4 Lots 7 and f, bM. comer ot Kour
teenth nnd Poplar Mrcctf, limit on Poplar
Mreot, vt'!t r-lde. nppoilte post-olllco block.
Nil ,, icihIIiI biiilnei bulldlnir, rc.-l-denco
In m'cuihI -lory, II room-, hull anil
front and rcarMnlrwav, watcroli both floor.",
in iiumlier ono coudltloii; Minuted on uurth
wet corner ot Commercial aenuo and
Twcllth 'ticct. A gicat bargain lr told
Nt il-l.nt" 7 and S, b 10. 1-t ml. unall
hoiikc mid tahlu on lnt, IiIl'Ii Knuind, rnr-
nor J'oplar anil i wciuy eiiiwi -ueci.
Price if 5.'hi, one-ball ca.-li.
No " Lot and new coltaijo In No I order,
hall, thrco rooiu and kitchen, on Twenty-
llrst ftrcct. 'J'wo ilcudll lots In court
liiuio block nn 1'oplar Krcct corner.
No i! Two it) deflrable biu-liic linti'es
and two lot, on hixth street between Com
mercial anil Washington avenncc will be
old nt tcrniH to pay purclia'-er rental nf
cl cent en inreMiiient,
No !)--Six loin in li 2!i, Itt ad. Ill
ground. ioOeaeh on eay pa) incnt.
so au a veu-uupro cu larm on tuo .ui
llipl in Missouri, 8 miles below Cairo.
:"i acres, u laro iiorliou under cultivation
s lioiisp. barns and out
iiilldlni's. Will no sold ery low or ex
changed for Improved Cairo property. A
great i.argaln can he had by applying soon.
This property Is worthy tho examination of
aiyper-oii who desires to engage In fann
ing, as it ccnainiy is ono oi tue most icrtiic
mil productivo tracts of laud In the coun
No 11 A "plfiidld two-stnry ri-ldcnce nn
north eut conicr of Walnut and Ninth
Ircet-, Willi two lot very leliablo iroii
crty. No VI Lots 18 and 111. b 7!l-South Mc ol
Pwentv-llrst lrcet. onnos lu "Convent
H ock' very ilc-lrablo lor rp-ldence nur
No I.'! A well improved faun of 210 acres;
ft) acrcsunderciiltlvatloii : bniiesand barn.
food orchard, bearing trees; riiuuing water
through farm uboe ovcrilow. (me ipinitrr
mile from station and depot nl Cairo .V St.
Louis rallroail. ill no -olil on ea) lerm
lor?l'J! per acre.
A I INK CIIANCK 1011 IN VKbTMKN r.
ale. or leac, n larjjc number ot vacant lots,
In dillercut parts ol the city, embracing No
1,1 tllllllllWll ... IIIU .v. i--,1"" Ulltl ,111
i in. r n., .iiiii rn-i.iniii.n nr.iii.tri i-
l,i iiiilttitiraiinil ldilai ii'a . li'iin fny tnln !
over'J.,(l00 acres in Alexander and I'iiI:iL1
counties, at prices ranging from ? J to el.'i
per acre, and aro prepared to oiler induce
mviiti to nurclia-ers that cannot be equalled
in Colorado, Texas or any other place or by
"aiivotlicrinaii." A largo niiiuuntotlamlsni
the cry bet quality, In .Movainlcr and l'u-la-kl
coiinllc-. belonging to tho Illinois Cen
tral liallroad rompahy, lor the, sale of which
we arc tho agents, will be i-olil ery low and
on such easy terms that a pcr-on ol industri
ous nauiis, Willi a ery smau sum ot teauy
money, ran lu ix few years become thu
owner of productive larui. Wo liaM1
pints and descriptions of all lands olfercit
loi h.u.. and will take pleasure in showing
piircbasei.s ti,e property. Titles in all lands
sold by us Kiiarantecil, and shown Irom the
iialentcc when required by abstract. Ap
ply to JOHN Q. JIAItMAN A CO.,
Cor. Sixth and l.cvec sts., Cairo, III".
.Illliu T, 1ST.'!.
(J. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
71 (6KCOND ILOOH) OHIO LKYIC,
But and Ssll Real Estati,
KURNI8II ABSTRACTS OK T1TLI-
And ire"re ronreysnreM nf Kinds
WHITE COl-LA It PLANING .MILL
IS WAI.rr.llSl, f rojirletor,
HARD and SOFT LUM13E1,
LATII, SHINOLEb, CEDAR POST
UOOltS, SASH, BLINDS
Kurnlahed on shortest notice.
Commercial avonuo, between Tenth and
l R 11 Y A N T ,
Near Twet.ty-sixlli Street,
All kinds of Lumber, O.tfc, Poplar, Cy
press, AValnut, etc., delivered In any part
of tho city free id charge.
jSTPatronago solicited, and tatislacllon
On KlKhthHlreet, beiweenCommercltUnd Wssh
nutnii Arenues, Isdsilr recelTing
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATKHT 81'IH.vn AND SUMMKU WTVLKH,
Mesnlei lull lino of
B O 2ST 1ST 33 TS Ac HATS
ITrinuaed nrt untnmmed,
FRENCH FLOWKHH, RIBBONrJ, TRIMMING'
of all klndi, Lacet, etc.. te.
Mrs. Mcdee has also a lart aetortmenl c,
Fsncjr Articles, such an
NKCK TLX. OLLAM, UNflKHHLKEVEB,
KUKF8, HASUIifli KANH,
And all other articlet utually found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORK
Mrs. MeQoe. In addition to her Htock of
Comploto acsortmcnt of Clncltinatl Cuttpw
mmli Ladles' and MUtet' Shoet nnd t'Ull-
I i. . ii... til 1. .ml Vi1nra Tlinun
ancy and juiuinory " '
- 1 ilrcus' Hoott, Illack and in Colon. Tbcto
aroacknowledod tobo the flnett and best
ever In tho market, and thlt It the only
( house tho city that inHkottheiu a specialty
KUUWARDINQ and COMMISSION
K It Cl II A N Tf).
DEALERS IN FI OUR ;
And AKBta ol
nnio Kivxn and kanawiia
70 Ohio Lbvhb,
COFFBY, PACK Jt CO., I
r ii u w a it n i .v ii
A N !)
FLOUK AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION I
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ior FAIRBANK'S SCALES J
Ohio Leveo, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
U. CLOSE, !
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer in
Limk.'Cem knt, Plaster, Haik,,Etc.
fio til l.-ri-u,
t3Tl will sell In car load lots nt m inulae
Hirers' prices, adding IrelKht. .'M
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Forwarding and CommissioD
S Liberal Adisncemeuts made
tK upon Conslftntnenta. m!
Are prepared to reoene, store and forward
freights to all points and buy and
ell on commission,
"nnslness attended to rrnmptlTl
s. i). AvKitu. i:. .i.Uykr
A YE IIS & CO.,
GEN'KRAL COMMISSION MEROHANTS
No.78 0nioLEVKK.CAino Ttrn.
, -.r ' '
WOOD UITTENHOUSK & RRO
G moral CommiHHiuu Merohan
183 OUIO LEVKK,
1'E T E R U U II Ji,
No. SO OHIO I.EVBKs
3-20 tf CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
TEUTONIA L I F K IN8U11A NCK
OF CHICAGO, 1LLINOLS.
CEyfi,.Orricr, 172 "WasiunotonSt.
This German Life lnitranco Company
gjiarantceH not only Paid-up l'ollclea but
also a alue In Cash on tho Non-forfclturo
JOHN A. HUOK, .
JOHN W. l'UIJESS,
Agent for Cairo and Uclnlty,
J SECTION NO. 47.
; At-iociatlon for promoting Life Insurance
i and Hick Kellcf by weekly dues and mutual
1 co-operation In objects ol public benefit.
The I. lie Insuriuco l'ollclca will be i-sued
, by the Tetitonla Life liiMiranco Company.
i H. MEYKHS, Prefldont.
I JOHN W. l'KUKStf, Ao't.
fur Cnlroaud Vicinity
FIRE AND .MARINE
NIAGARA, N. T,,
i OIBUANIA, N. T.,
Ilssou - 1,(U,7S1 lb
UANOVin, N, Y.,
Assets 72 Ml W
HKI-UIILIC, K. Y.,
I Aitstr IH.MIri
ComprlslDg the L'ndsrwrllsri' Arnay.
TON K IKS, N. Y.,
; Alien r.i t'l
Alieli . AlS.m
i virkmxn'b rutin, s. r.,
. j 8KCURITY, N. Y. MARINI,
I inats l,43i,H
Hlofen, Dwellings, Kurnlture, llulli and Csr
aoes, lnsure.1 at rates as faTorablaae lOiin l, per
mtnent securltr "ill wsrrant.
I respectfully ask of the ettlsantut Ca.
iLarrof their pulronae.
a i. iii i'ii&.i
VY. II. Morris,
No. Pah. and t!.B.Ctn
; F1UE' "AVUFK,8 STU0K
: INatJE ANCE.
Assets i,f J.t4 V '
NORTH AMKHICA, PA.,
Asset - IJ.lfS.ISiO Ml
Atsett - ll.M4.Jt0 U
Alistt ..I1,7SI,H8 W
INTERNATIONAL, N. I.,
Asis - ISU.-riJ sa
Atieta lUS.ni ti
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
0ONNKX3TICDT MUTUAL. LIFE,
- 191,000,0(0 no
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIKE AND
Anets .J1,&00,) e
! RAILWAT PAHHK.NdERS A-HURA.NCK
I CO., HARTFORD,
1 Asei JV.yo OQ
A-eH M ',SJ,S2 OC
71 Ohio I.,
II. A.Thoms I.. II. Thorns
THO.MS & BROTH EH,
Succcsosr to II I II ildrt.
1 COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
' AND DKALKtIS IN
I Nlnple Hud I'nnry farorerlea,
Forclju and Domestic
! FBTJITS A HSTID 1ST UTS
; 131 Commercial Avenue,
CAIRO, - . ILLINOIS.
1 1 ERMA N SCUM ETSTO Jl F F,
(Successor to 11. Thlclecko.i
Ilenltr lu All KIimU
11ETWKEN TENTH AND KI.KNRNTII hTKKKls
j Untitle; purchased the irrorrrv rstnbllsn
mellt ol If. 'Plilcleeki'. I shall iilnavs Keep
on hand a full and frch supply of all tbe
1 best Koods In my line, to bu found in the
market. Ity strict attention to liii-lnes-,
and fair dealltif;, I bopo not only to retain
all the custom (lie place nas enjoyed in Hie
FOR 8ALB,1 fjrSAl.jKOR SALE
UOU SALE. J KorBle I i'0I HALE
Fare from Livkkfool,
Fare from Londcndxbht
Faro from Olamqow,
Fare from Qukknstown
TO CAIRO, ii!:.-:; .J8 Jf
UarTord, Morrit A Cindee Agents,
Lif trpool Now.yUrk" tid rblltdelphii
raBia eostatci with emtio itatis aid isirua
Fur Csrrjlnn the Mailt
FOR PA8SAGE TICKETS
VPl'LY TO JOUN O. DALE, Aot
15 Dro.dwjr, Now.Tork, or to
Vftihlogton Anno 0iro, Itltuoi.
Our Homo Advertisers.
BOOT-a AMIS tallOKI.
' I tlS-" I ,, at, ,MaMt"i,,M i ,,,, ta
And buy your
BOOTS TVIiTX) SI-TOES
Cor. Tenth (treat anil Caniincrclal A?
I rim now niennrod to manufacture al
spring styles, such as patentlcatbrr, morroro
buck nnd call-skin bonis. Shoes, with hot
tors, cork and pump soles, .Scotch bottoms
ami lictrl cugo or any inner siyio you wi-n
lauial-o in.itiitf.'H't iirlriL' an extra nualltv
of ladled slioe". My malcrial and work
iuanhlp aro warranted to be ol the best. I
am determined to not bo undersold tor tho
tame ipiallty ol good'.
itepairui! none nrauy ami on tnori
notice It. .Io.nkh,
XKW HOOT AND HI I OK STOIJK
Al IheNUn l I he HI'.U HOOT,
Coiinr or Svkntii SrnKr.T ami Vahii.
I no ion Anknue.
CM 110, II, 1. 1 SO IS.
Where I Intlte all the rlllrn of Cairo
aud surrounding country to call and sen II
they cannot sat i-money, a I will sell very
low, 1 lmvo adopted the old motto, "Tlio
Nimble Penny is Heller than the Klnw Six
pence." .S. .. MATHON
( AlUi I'KTKHH,
Cur I'.lersutlt nml foplsr III,,
Informs the public that he liiecng.igeii tbe
crvlces of a Flrst-cUsa Wagon makerand
also a Flrft-class Horse shncr and It ready
to manufacture and epur all kinds of work
In tills trade with npulr and dl-patcli,
!NEW LIVERY STABLE
, ntTWKKN WASII N ATINCK AND WAI.ND1
', It. II. F, rirlde Informs Ine iiublic that ha ha
j L I V K K V S T A H L R
I on the nortliweit side of Tanlb ttrael as ntm
-t.rar...5.4 -th nan. hu, ,h,
JrJJlito'X' -ti JJ JS3
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at al
hours of the day and night with stf teams
on the lowest terms.
Dr. Klelds a-ksa -hare nf public patronage
and will I'lidcawir to merit It by fair (lealinj
and strict attention to bus)
HE.MIS, BROWN k CO.,
A or. nts IIomf. Cotton Mills
NO. SO Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
WARD - RORERTS,
Dsaleiis in Window Siiadks,
Wall Vapeii, l'Litr White
Lead, Linsced Oil
Si'irtiTB Turpentine, Olitk
SiiF.Li.Af, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
Washington avenue and Eleventh sticct,
Cairo, . . . Ili.inoi
NEW YORK STOitE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
L ABOUT VARIKTT STOCK IN TUB OITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nineteenth slrest nstd Com
niercl at Aieaut
C. O. I' ATI Kit
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail.
32d.btbktamd onio lxvx-
J. P. UAHllIiK
TicSr" V- Un""" wishes tho
public to be informed that he
has nn hand a Stock of Dry
Goods and Carpets as exten
sive as any in tho Southwest,
and that ho is determined to
sell overy articlo at prices
lower than tho lowest. Cal
on him to-day and examine
n-oods and prices. Ifo will
satisfy you both as to quality