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OFFICE, BTTXiIBTi: B"CTIZiX3I3SJ-3-, COB. 12TH 8TEEBT A-IsTX) "W.SXIIISrG'I'OlT A.VE33STXraS
JOHN II. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OFICITY AND COUNTY.
THE BULLjm N .
Henri lug iukI r rsrry aagr,
fllltlftTIAN ' JilJHCII Iirl.tocnth street
between Washington Mid Walnut. ' 1
.Meeting ncry btinduy at 1UJ a. m , and S
Minds) school at 3 p. la.
Prayer meeting Wednehdsy evenl...
I'HKHIIYTKItlAN Klftfclb Street.
Preaching, Sabbath at 101 a.m. and 7) p.m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7t p. in.
laijuaui nriiooi,.' p.m. .1. ji. i.aniucn, (su
perintendent. Kkv. II. Tiiayxh, Pastor
M KTHODlST.-Oor. Klghlb and Walnut sts.
Preaching, Sabbath at lot a.m., and 7 p. m
I'layer.iuectlng, Wednesday, 74 i.m.
.labdath School, H. i.m. L. W. atlllwell,
Hupetlnteudent. ItKV. K. I.. TtloMI'tHiN,
LI1UUCII OF TI1K IlKlfKKMrJt-fKplsco.
pU - -
Morning prayeri. Sabbatl) lot a.m.
Kveniug prayer. 7J p.m.
sabbath School, if a.m.
Kiev. K. Coin, Hector.
;T. PATRICK'S CHUKCH-Nlnth St. and
I'ulillc service, Sabbath 8:10 ami 101 "
Vespers, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, - p.m. - . - .
Service f very day, s.iii.
Kkv. I'. J. o'Hai.lohax, Prlet. i-olakii ix estimation-.
-'I' JOSKPIPS CHl'ltcH. (tftniKn,) cor- . Waiiii.vi.to.n, June 10. Secrotarv
iht of Walnut and i'm-h streets. , ., ,, , . .. ., ...
M. every sabbath at 1" o'clock a.m. l.olnxot, a 1 ol.ru examination t,i1 be
efperf, 'J p. in. filrnMiud to tliu press lute tlili (-veiling,
JJa.i dining week days, h o'clock a. m. i , ... ,, , . , ,, , ,
llr.v. .'. HofK.MA., I'rif -t. i together Hh the testimony of Capt. Ty-
OCKMAN l.in ilKltANCIIUUCll i:itli son. He says that the alateinsuls of all
Waluut'trect " w,,',,,t'", A,t'm,e ml I persons reicuod who could speak or un
Preau' Sunday inormng at 10 o'clock. ! derstsiid Lnglisb, except that of thu wife
Sabbath school at 2 o'clock p.m. 0f Hum Chriitlun, were taken down and
VOUNU &S amTs-nAN'hHruA. j ' "' diary kept by
TION'. Itegular meeting atcoud Monday . some of the party on Ihu Ice. end a disrr
est.li mouth at their room oer iiocaweu
. si.., t i. .. .-1.1
WieUl) rryermtetUiKtKriUy.7i p.m. At
tbc-oom. h W ST1XW:-Ii(rreijellti I
bK( O.VI) MISSIONAHV IIArTIM 1
t iiuiu.ii.-tonier rjcaunfic iue tuiii, ueirig rapiuir pnutel, Hie bulk
aatiri-t Htrecti. I'rcachliis Sahlmth t 11 '
o'clocka.m.audn o'clock p. in. of them bouig already in typo. lh let
Minday richool 1 o'clock p. in. retary tayi It inuit be clearly underitoo-J
"I he church l connected with the IllliioU I . '
AMirlatlou, Ii) the Klrrt Ml"lmary lp- , ,n Prrnlttln- thli publication
ll.t Church ot Cairo. , the department neither mako nor declare
KKV. SOLOMOX I.KONAKII, I'JMOr.
AFKICAN MKTH01)IST.-Fourtetnth, he '
tween Walnut and Cedar. ,
!.. U...ii..u IimiiIi IliitnP
Service, .Sabbath, 11 a.m
ba'itialli Hcnool, 1 p.m.
ClaM meeta at 3 p.m.
eKCONU FKKK WI1.K UAl'TIST'-Fif.
Itenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar,
benlcra .Sabbath. l and 3 p. m.
Hev. Kicks, l'ator.
FHKF. WII.K BAJTlbT HOMB MISSION
hAUUATlI SCIIOUli. Corner Walnut
and Cedar .Streets.
.Sabbath School. 'J a.m.
flllST FKKK WILL HAl'TlJsT CllCltCU
bervicts, .Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. A7ip.m.
UKV. WM, KKU.KY, I'anlor.
FIRST MISSIONARY MA1TIST CUUHC11.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St.
1'reachlux Sabbath. 10J a,m. and 71 p.m.
l'rayer mcetiur. Wednesday etnfus.
I'reichltiK, Friday eenlux.
Sabbath school, li p.m. John Vanltazter
aud Mary Stephens, HuperinUudenU.
IlBV. T. J. biioKKK, lator.
SECOND HA1TIST CHUUCHrFourttenth
street, between Cedar and Walnut. I he
only Haptlt church recognized by the A-
herricrs, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and . p.m.
Kkv. Jacob Hkadlkv, Wder.
tiii.' MAiiN'j l
CAIKO COMM ANDKHY, No. 13.-SUted I
Afrremiily at me AS)iuw jjbkuihs ",
CAIKO COUNCIL, No.24.-Hegular Convo
cation at Masonic Uall. the second hriday
In each month. ..
CAlltO CIlAlTEJt No. 71.-Hegu ar Con.
vwation at Jla-onlc Hall, on the third
Tuesday ot every month, ....
JAIHO lWsK, So. W F.4 A. M.-Ilem-lar
Cotnxnunlcationa at Masonic lull, the
second and fourth Mondays of each moillh.
AKKXA'I)EB LOUGK, W4-Meets In Odd
KeUowa' Hall, tu Arter building, every
Thurnday evening at B o'clock.
and tulrd Mouuaya in encu muuiu.
Oovernor John I., lleu iidge.
Secretary of State George II. Harlow.
Auditor of SUte-C. K. l.lpplncott.
State TreaBurcr-Ca'per lluu.
Attorney General Jaraca K. Kdall.
SupUPubllc Instnictlon-New tou lUleman
HeuatoTa-ltlchard J. Og!e?by and Johu A.
ife'pr'eaenUtlve Blghteeuth Plstrict-Uacc
, MEiHIKItS OKNKUAL ASSF.MHKY.
lleprescnuthes in the Wth dMrlet.
Jnhn 11. Ohcrly, Wm. A. Lemma and .Math
v .1. lnn'ore.
Bltiator for the With dUtrkt. .Iee are.
Judge D. J. Haktr, of Alexander.
fctute'e Attorney I'atiick II. l'ope.
Clerk it. S. Yocum.
Sheriff A. II. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Assessor aud Treasurer.
Judge- F. Uroae.
AMOclates J. K. MuCrite and S. M archil
uon. Clerk Jacob Q. Lynch.
Coroner Johnll. (iosnniau.
MUNICIPAL "(10 VEKNJ1KNT.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer H. A. Cunningham.
Complrollerr-K. H. Fallls.
Attorney U. Watm ebb.
l'ollce Maglslute K. llrosit and .1. J.
"jlarbhal and Chief of rollcc-Wm.McIlalc.
Street Commlsiloner-1). J. Galllgan.
Health Olllcer W. Wooteu.
Members l'ollce Force A. Cain wscnt,
F. Whltcamp, l'lilllip Helm, Chus. Mehuer
aud 1. A. Conant.
BOAItU Or ALBKltMKN.
Klret ward -Hiram Hlxby and J. M.
l'bllllpi. , , .
Second ward Herman Meyers and ood
Third ward John MeKwon ami F. Kors
Fourth ward-C. F. Nellls and M. J.
Fifth ward Jno. II. ltoblnsou and Win.
IA DBNNISON'.S 1 ATENT
111 sniPPINO TAOS. .
I Over iiOOmllllonshavo been mod
I lwlthln the past ten year;, without
Ucomplalnt of Iocs by tag becoming
iletacued. All Kxpreni companies Ufc
them. Sold by Milters and istatloneiy
evtry where. 6-24-dlra
15 TO 820
Per day. Ageuts wanted! All clas-ea ol
working people, of either aex. young or old,
make more money at work for us lu their
pare moments, or all the time, than at ay
thing else. Particular tree. Address
Q. Ntiniom ft Co., Portland Maine.
! Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
. I II J. POLA LIS IN hS J Id A I I O.N
TIIK i: VI DMNOi: HKINC jSIM:i;I.
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N F. V FK.VUIM I)ISCO KltKI) iv
TIIK ('Uili'OM.S Al'TIIOIt.
a'kumok Ai.utrr coi.ohkd i-u-
KICK IN NKW YOKK.
KT(' KI'O., KTO.
. . ,,,. .
i-.MiW tliu 1 UIRd?! luc
kjpt In (tnnati( bjr Herman enroll, oue
of tho iMmtn Mm!nlni; on board, and
' u ' r.r.i,ou .mm ,
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JuJl!,n" KaiDit lluddinfton, who
hh no opportunity for defense or explann
tlon. Tim facts show thai though ho Wat
perhaps wanting in entbusiauu in the
grand objects of the expedition, and at
times grossly lacked discipline, and though
hu dificred In judgment as to the possible
safety and propriety in taking tbesbip fur
thvr north, yet he h an experienced ana
careful navigator, and a man nut addicted
tf liquor tof which nonn remained on
board at tho lime of aeparation), and a
sale and competent commander. The
secretary then gives tha details already
mado public of measure! taken by him to
send the steamers Juniata and Tigress to
the relief, If poasiblo, of the l'olaria and
the remainder of her crew. The
Tigre.i he preposel to purchase to
strengthen tho force required to search In
tho Arctic rogiotu. Capt. Tyson, Esqui
maux Joo, and all tho recovered seamen
will accompany litis expedition, being
, anxious tu re.cue their com rides and
bring out their old ship. Tho following
lha result of the tuveetlgation and ex-
mlnRllon of Capt. Tyson, Frank Meyer,
K'quimaux Joe and others of the rescued
At midnight on thu 3d of September,
1S71, Capt. Hall landed with a boat on the
east shore of Polaris, he said in the name
of God and the president ot the United
States be raised the American Sag on the
laud ho had discovered. Ou
cccasion while beiol in Hole
son straits the Polaris was said to
be In such danger of being crushed that the
1 provi.ions were placed on thu ice,and meas
ures lakuu to bu iu readines for leaving
her, but she happily escaped without
injury. Immediately after securing his
ship iu winter quarters, Capt. Hall made
preparations for a sledge journey
northward, aud othor work wns com
menced by lauding and setting up an ob- '
servatory, and getting scientific obsorva-
tions undur way. Thu surveying party t
were cleaning up the ship, and making it i
tug for winter. (inthelUlbot October
Capt. Hall left the Polaris, accompanied
by Mr. Chester, first male, and Esquimaux ;
, Joe and Hans with two sledges and 1 1
I dogs, setting out on this expedition the
! first steps taken by Capt. Hall full upon I
I land more northern than white man's
foot had before touched. In thu progress
of thojuurney, uuhpplly tho last that the
captain was to make towards the pole, he
discovered, as appoari by his dnspatch, a
river and a lake and a largo
inlet to the latter, in latitude 81
degrees 57 soconds north. Ho named this
Newman's Uay, calling its northern point
i.tpw ilrovoort, and tue soutnern onaum
mer Headland; at Cnpe Ilrevoort in luti
tudo 82 degroos 1 seconds north longitude
CI degrees '.'0 seconds west he rested
muking thero his six now encampments.
On October 'JO, he wroto his last'dispatch
to thu secretary of the navy, tho original
uraiv oi wwett was loiina m u,0 part of tho Dominion. If this is con
hli own handwriting ami in his own desk, dudod tho arrangement will go Into effect
on its examination in Wasliliigton aftr It ' July Hist.
was delivered to tha secretary by Eiqul- j jbo postnmstor general' to-day doterm.
maux Joe, who had koptthe desk in bis llluJ t0 84l tD ordor dlreoting that all
custody frot.Bjs.ho tttnu.it was picked upon ' postal cards which cannot be delivered to
the ice, after tho soparatiou of the res- j the person addressed shall bo Immediately
cued party from tho ship. A copy of this returned to the writer,
dlspatclno singularly preservod,accompa- M'KiNZiit'e luin K.spoitsKif.
nics this report. Capt. Hall himself do- "WASiUNuroN, Juno IU. Information
scrlbod a transcript of it on a side moun- ,ai boen received at the war department
tain at capo Ilrevoort., Capt. Hall, U ap-! that the legislature of Toxas. has com.
pears, had hoped whon be loft the Polaris ' mended Col. McKen.lo's late pursuit aud
on this journey, to advance northward at 1 chasti.emcnt of the Kiokapoo Indians.
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least a hundred miles, but sifter having
gone about 50 miles was compelled by the
condition of the seore end of tbe ice, end
by the stale of tbe climate, to return
end await tbe approach of spring for an
other attempt. He reached the ihip on
tbe 34th of October, apparently In bi
usual flue health, but waa attacked tbe
iam orening by ilcVnM of tomacb and
Tomltting. And taken to lui bod. The
uml day hu m found to be irlou)y HI;
bit inott tnarkod irmitom icam
from tuo cvidonca, to Lata boon such
Indicated congestion of tho train, aciom
panlcd by delirium and partial paralym
of ono Id'). The wltneuei alt italo that
hit attfiek ni called apoplexy, and tome
of them fpeak of their own knowledge.
From hie paralytlt he recotcred however,
Winn dayi fiitfllciently to Icare hit bed and
tnovn about in the cabin,
ami to attempt to attend to buiincii,
butioon had a relapie, bf-cama tain de-
i lirioui, and died on the Bthlof Novembar,
j 1371. Three dayi afterward hi was burled
f ur '''Of. From penonal examina.
1 "un of witneiiui, and from their
i tMliiiiQoy m given, mn rvaoh the unaal-
mom opinion that th death of Uapt. Hall
; ""luJ "t"r '" diiM(, without
r,,ll ou l,ie P,rl et
j IRA I'll.
Nr.u- Vnr.K, June 19. Tim ctiitmns ati
th jritlei are making un InveUlgatioii Into
i an attempt to defraud tha revenue by
what ii characterized a a biavy and here
tofuru reip'-ctnhle mercantile homo. It
leuan that th.it homo was Involved, and
iutport'd from Uuddortflald, Knjland,
lwul large caiei of flno iloiican thawli,
and shipped them to Mexico, leren wf
which were roflblppel to this port and in
voiuud from Mexico at f i 60 a thawl.
The examination lUowod the Invoice value
ot the ihawli at liudderifluld to be atout
one thousand per rant. more. The good
kit now in the ioiz ir room of the cu
toni'tiouie. t'HKAP TRASSI'OHTATION'.
I 'I'l,.. .HI
a JW fiuj.inHii wa Wkrii.f II4B4A
iturelUj lU, of tll rartiJ
problem, win hold yeiterdar, and effected
a permaneit orj;anl.ition by tho election
of ATm. Uurrea, chairman, and F. 15.
Thurber, eeorntary. The or);ani.ntlon Ii
dciignud to be an 'ire aba li.uaeclittl
auxiliary to Ameri u cheap trnnsporta
There is groat excitement at
police headquarters owing to a
report that the commliiionors
were about to appoint twenty-five
colored men on the police force as patrol
men. Commissioner Jtuitfl says be sup
poses the rumor arose from a resolution
yesterday to appoint twenty-five colored
men street sweepers, but if a motion is
made to appoint colored patrolmen he will
support it, as the question of eqality is set
U'r.l aud colored men. should Lave their
nir. o in at ciiicaoo trot.
Obicios, June 19..-Eatrtei In the
great trotting and running meeting at
Uaither park, July 1, 2, 3, and 4, when
J 4 u,000 In pri.u4 are oflered, will close on
Tuesday next, Juno 24, at the secretary's
otllce at the Grand Pacific hotel in this
city. Tho number of entries ii already
large, and include somcof the Lest stock
in tho country, and the mealing promises
a cT.imir.n is cot'nT.
SrKi.voKiitLU, Mass., June 10. TLe
suit to recover damages on account of the
unsoundness of tho trotting mam None
Such resulted in favor of plaintiff, the
damsges being laid at 15,000, None Such
when bought by plaintiff was warranted
sound, but Droved to be a cribber. bu1
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habit, and not unsoundness.
.Miuruis, June H. The weather was
ngaln hot and sultry, and contrary to gen
eral expectation thu cholera, is again
increasing. There were 33 deaths to-day,
of which wore frem cholera.
I'O.TAL CARDS TO CIUCUI.ATK
, M'KKNZIKS RAID KNDOI'.dKI) II V
TH K TEIAS LKGISI.ATUKK.
WisiiiNaroN, June 19. The postmas
ter goneral to-day signed tho additional
articles to the present postal treaty
with Canada, providing an interchange
of postal cards of the United States and
the dominion, at tho prepaid rate of two
cents in full for it destination in cither
country, the payment to bo eflectod by
atdxing to tho card an ordinary one cent
postage stamp. Postal cards not so addi
tionally prepaid are not tu be forwarded.
Correspondence has been in progress with
Canadian authorities for lomotlmo on this
subject, and it is known that these ddi
. !... A I 1aI..e 1111 l.A 1. .1 I
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The attornoy general has decided that
the resignation of Surveyor Conrell took
eflect on tho 31st day of January last, and
not on the day of the appointment of fall
successor. His decision U believed to
deprive Cornell of bii share of moieties
from tbe famous Fhelpe-Dodga case
amounting to IJ2.000.
A BIO riHi.
HuM.l.NOtox, Iowa, June 10.-A lira
csught In Palmer'e opera-house at three
o'clock this morning, and rapidly ir"d
In all directions. The most prominent
buildings destroyed are the opera-house,
court-house, a livery stable,
Frantr. s carriag&jiaciory, mu ;:v.uu:i.fuu
house, Ihe Scandinavian kJusc, and a
number of dwellings, beside a lumber
yard, and a wood yard. Total number of
buildings deitroyed is perhaps So to lo, a
largs proportion being old frame".
A I1R0EXH AlltllSTKl).
N aw York, June 10. The poilco last (
alght arrutod William L.ambri, a curt,;
stone broker at Uekervoir square, charged
with alteniptlns: to negotiate bonds stolen
from KetchuaVs banking-house, Toledo,
Ohio, One of theitolim bonds, for $1,000,
No. 31, was found la his possesion. On
tbe fifth of April last bonds, 121,000 al- (
togolher, were stolen. Lambert hat been ,
i.o.NLo, June ii. a. viruieni type wi
small-pox Is preTallln; at Chatham.
Twenty-nine women have been attacked
by tho scourge.
A dispatch from the Qrest Eastern
Usl yesterdsy noon, reports W miles of
cable laid out.
Hill nail rnll Of th Kler
For 21 hour, ending 3 p. m.,Juuo l'J, 1S7.I
' Klse. Fall.
Irl PI ? PI
s-irr-i ? i
r Li i
Uruutwlck 24 C
Cairo 27 11',
Cincluiiatl 3 1'.
Comluence I '
Davenport Ill 10'
Fort Henton 8
Jcireroii City l'J
Katiai Cit) 17
LaCrose ' n
Leavenwortli ; 0
Little Kock 10
New Orleans 1
New Geneva 4
t.uc?r.iiii .... l j J
St. Joecnli U
bX. Louis 20 U 1 T
St. Paul l'J in
Vicksbtirg W (','
Wanuw j 1 0,
Yankton i 01 ,
KliH lN O.lllI.AMi,
Ohservvcr, Signal Service, C. S. A.
Sr. I.orts, Juno 19. Arrived : Itob
Itov, Keokuk; Lady Lee, lted ltlvsr;
Minnesota, St. Paul; Anits, Cairo; Sher
idan, Cinuinuatl; Kenney, Missouri river.
Departed: llabbage, Dubupuo ; Common
wealth, New Orleans; Lallarge, Missouri
river; Addie Johnson, Galena; Lewis,
Mla.ntlrl rlvnr . Julia. Vlrlt.hurL.. Hlvi.e
falling slowlv. Weather clear and warm.
KvANSVii.LE, June 10. Partly cloudy
and hot weather. Kiver risen six Inchos.
J'ort list up: Arkansas ueiie, Geo ttoberts,
SIlverthorneand'Falls Pilot. Down: Fay
ette, Morning Star, Howling Green, Mary
Ament, Itusiness very dull.
MiMi'itis, June 10. Hiver rising
slowly. Weather cloudy. Arrived: Utah,
Arkansas rivor; llolln, Texas river. De
parted: H 8 Turner, New Orleans, City of
Chester, St. Louis; Capitol City, Vicks
burg. Louisville; June 19. Slowly falling,
i feet 10 canal. Clesr And warm. Dull
ness dull. Arrived: Henry Probaico,
Bermuda, Cincinnati. Departed: Usr
muda, Evansvillo; Pmbnsco, Memphis;
Kanawha No '.', Ponieroy.
Cincinnati, June 1!. Itiverti feet and
stationary. Arrived: Henry Probasco,
Memphis; Condor with coal from Pomcroy
passed from Ft. Bentou : Mollis Kbert,
Pittsburg. Weather clear.
SiiHEVEroitT, June l'.. Depurted. I.a
Ilelle. New Orleans. No arrivals, River
risen one ich. Apprehensions of nn
owflow past. Weather ploas.nl and ,
Vkksiii ho, Junft 10 -No boats down
to-doy. Up: City of Vicktbtirg. Clear
and waru, River falling.
Nahiivii.i.s:, June 19. lliver risen 7
feet on Harpcth shoals, Arrived: Klla
Pittskuiiu. June 19. Hiver three feet
ono inrli in the channel, mid falling stead
ily . .
Saw Orleans. June 28. No arrival
or departures. Weather rainy and warm.
Sr. Louis, iluno 19, Homp dull and
and unchanged. Flour quiet and dujl, all
ill .lull and lower: No 2 3u.',(a,:tlc cash:
mio ,Iulv. Ilsrley dull and nominal.
liv rountrv c:ea
w.iv. ni ilolne: small lots oi couniry
j', :( .. r. . .
Niw Oklkanb, Juno 10. Corn dull
and oasier at 68f.Oc. OaU lower at lie. I
llran plentiful and lower at 70c. bugar .
flrm; fully fair to prim. , H er n
27: sight Si premium B"" ,ws ""'i""
Drmer; sales 23,000; got4 ordinary 133c;
low middling UJc; middling UJc, mid.
dling Orleans 18c; receipts ls3; no ex-
M-uriiis, June lO.-Uotton, lOilSc.
Flour In no demand. Corn dull, 6T68o.
OaU dull and droop n, 43o. Bran
dull, 9. Corn meal arm, l'J 90. Pork
dul ' lid drooping,!". Lard dull and
ooBlnal. Bacon quiet; shoulders 77Jc;
qualities ueiow lamny wesa. n neai;
spring dull arid lower; No a D'Jc elevator;
So 3 fall 1 1 J.T1 3i No 2 l 0''(?1
Corn dull, lower and unsettled; No 'J
,.,i.. ..l ns,' caih: seller August UUlffi'tOo.
live very slow o.'o.ic. rork
1i;Jm,17c; ollored al lujc, iJUiy. uryi'an i uesi goous in my lino. i no niuiiii iu uie
inuats noinlual, shoulders 0o; clear rib market. Ily strict attention t" Iiu-Iiicm.
L 1i....i.!a. ! loose bacon vorv dull' and fair ileallng, I linpo not only to ictalti
Bo; clesj J' 8ic . '0,e , TJ u.4 ull the ciiMoiu fliii place has ei.Ji.ycd In the
shoulders ..o, clear rib tic; clear sides ,)lU ,() ,u lu ' mw
nliv muntrv c car sides HJo, Lard dull, irfl. A.Linv r.ili- slmri. nf nnfilL. i.-irm,.
TKUTONIA 1. 1 F K INSUKANOH '
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J OF CHICAGO, ILLlNOIss.
. t'K.vr'L.OrrK z, 1714 Washington Kr,
Thin Gcnuau f.lfe lnxur.itice Comjiiny '
Kuaranteet not only Paid-up Policie but ,
aNo a Value In Cah ou tho Non-forfeiture
i JOHN A. HUCK,
JOHN W. PltUESS,
Agent for Cairo u4 vivlnlty.
SECTION NO. 47.
AMocifUlim forpnimotlnv I. lie Iusiiratu e
and Sick Uellef by Weekly due. and lnlltll.
co-operation In objects ol public betielit.
' the Trutonln Life lusuranro Company,
inc i. ne insurance I'oucies win ue lsiuen
II. M EYE IlS, Pr.isIJent.
JOHN V. PHUESS, Ao'T.
for 3alr tut Tlelullr
FIRE AND MARINE
MAOARA, !l. T.,
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mioeni atrcurltr will wtrnt.
I re.ptfullr uk nf Ihe allisec.ol LV
shareof their ralroDtn.
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FIRE, HCIiL, OAHGO, LIVE STOCK
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SAFFOKD, 3IOIUUS & UANDEE,
71 Ohln Iiim,
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TIIOMS .1 IlKOTIlElt,
MlPceKur. to II. II. llulon,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. HfiOKEIliS
A.N II HKAI.KN l
Mil it utl t'niiry Slrui'rilrs,
Korean and Dmnestl
151 Commercial Avenue,
CAIUO, - . ILLINOIS.
Fl HUMAN Sl'llMKTKSTOJU'T,
(Succcisor to II. Thlfleele.)
IH-nl r til All liliida
iikiwken tknth ANU ki.i.sentii bTHKK'is
Ilavln'Miiuvliaseil tli ui'iii'i rv 1-i.tnblUli.
tnciil oi ii, riueiecKe, I Mull aUwivs keep
on hand a full and freeli upply of all tho
Itckpoetfully, Hkhmin SniiMxrsTnnpr
FOU BALK, I '"'rgaie t FOR HA LK
' I Kor Hale I
rOR HALB. j KorHal 1 FOK BALK
Fare from LiviarooL,
Fare from LonDonaaar
Fare from Glasoow,
Fare from Qdmnstowx
TO. OAIBO, i i i t t 1 t 4 8 SO
lfurd,!srili Csnie Ag.nti.
Our Homo Adrortiserg.
HOOTM AJTD NHOF-1.
And buy )eur
i b o o ts and a h o a a
Cur. Teutss afreet natl 'kuuirrlal Av
I am now nrcri.ired to minufiintiif .!
Kprltiv styles. uch afitiatfiitleatlifr.
I buck and calf-skill booti. ShOen, wlU box
' toes, cork and pump "oles, Scotch bottoms
andlietel edkte or anv other nlla mu Ui
I I am al-o luMiuraeturlug no extra quality
w. iwun piinrn. .nj iuRicn.il auu wr,r;
manMilp ar wwf'iiritert to bo ot tli bet. t
am ieieriiuneu ti not tie. uuUer-ou ter the1
ras quauiy oi coon-
HenilHn; .n.l n. ....'
nice it " Wkm
XKW HOOT AX D H1IOF. STORK i
.Hi. I opened
AS tkifllaa ! Iltr UWM tAMSST.
! Cor.Mii or SavKUTH Htrkht ad "Wavi
CM 110, ILI.tXQIS.
J Where 1 Invite all the citizen of ('alio
auu Rurrounuing country to call ana fee ll
they cannot fve money, as I will fyll vprv
low. I have adopted the old motto, "The
Nlmbln Penny Ulletter than tho Slow Six-
S. S. MATSON
NKW YORK STO.tK,
WHOLESALE AND KKTAIL.
I.ARUIST VAUtXTT STOCr 1.1 Tilt OirT
GOODS SOLD VEUY CLOSE.
Turner f .tluelreutl, eSrl a ad Caia
C. O. P ATI EH
WsS C. Iniiny wishes tho
)ub'i.lo. Ix-Hirlbrincd tlint ho
j has on hand a Stock of Dry
Goods and Carpets as exten
sive as any in the Southwest,
and' that he is- determined to
sell evrry article at prices
lower than the lowest. Cal
on him to-day and cxamino
goods and prices. He will
satisfy you botU as to quality
HEM IS, lUiOWN & CO.,
AotiNT Home L'orroN .Mills
NO. fiO Ohio Levee. Csiro, ills.
DxALiits is Window SiutiM,
! Wall Pap eh, l'um Whiti
Lxap, I.iNsar.ii On.
Si'iiiiTa TunraxTixt, Oi.ttr
Shellac, Alcohol, Ktc, Etc.
Washington avenue and Hie venth street,
'Cairo, ... Illinoi
Cur I'.ImwhIIi nml Papttr II. ,
Inlcirius the puhllo that he hn.cnjrugeti tue
1 alxi a Klrt-i'laa l!orr uliner and is ready
to niiiniiiaeiuru ami epiir an kuiui ni
1 In thli trade with npair and dNpatch,
i .' .sjrr
OA I HO AND I'AMJeAII
flu ipleJlf ilei'M!
Dica Fowlsb, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
t p.m Kor freight opaaMge apply on uoat or
to Jaj. Mallouy, Ag't.
Sl'KCJAI. ASSESSMENT NOTICK.
Notice: Is hereby given to all person Inter-
cuted that the city council of the elty
uairo, iniiioi.t, osvinz orucreu inat
walks be reconstructed and renewed on
followlnif named streets, to-wit: OB the)
north slue of Nineteenth street from Com.'
iuviiiiui Hibuuv w a vfi a w v aa bauw
west tide of Poplar street Irosn Dlrisloa
aiirnstT m s ivstni v.n ii rs sivmibiw
the north side of Twentieth street
from Ohio letce to Walnut street;
on the south side of Twentieth street from
Ohio levee to Washington avenue, have sp.
piled t the county court of Alexander1
county, state ol Illinois, for an assessment,
ot the cot of ald Improvements according
to ticnetlti, and on aaficssment thereof hav
log been ma4e and returned to said court.
-l ulT term ot said court, commencln
..... . UWW..U . . 1 . w U U B. W
.it uay ot ,iuly, A. U., Ib73. AU persona
ueMriuK may men enl uiei epp
make their ueten.e.
TOIIS O. llAJIMA. 1
loilN 11. nosiiVAS'. S-Conmluionar..
.. ""MAS y IMTBK,
listed .nine 11, lb73. 0-lMt
I SI'KCIAL ASSESSMENT NOTIO K
I - .i. i i . -
SPECIAL WABRANT NO. t.
Public notice H herehy given that tha
county court ol Alexander county, has ran-
uereu juuKmeiu lor a special assessment up-.
tide ot Commercial avenue, Ixtween Secouu
and Third streets ; the new sidewalk on tha
south fide ofaTcnth street, from Walnut
street to Jetferson avenue; the new side,
walk on the south side of Thirteenth street,
from Commercial avenue to Washington av
enue ; the new sidewalk on the north side
of Sixth street, between Washington are
nun and Jetferson avenue : the new sidewalk
on the cast side of Wanhlngton avenue, In
front of lots 18, 10, SO and SI, In block 34, In
the city et Cairo; the new sidewalk on
the north Mdo of Twelfth strest In front of
block ouo, In tho Third addition to the city
ol Cairo; the new sidewalk on the north
ride of CroHS street, from Washington ave
nue to Walnut street ; the new sidewalk oa
the east sldo ol Holbrook avenue, from West
Twenty-third to West Twenty-fourth streets;
the new sidewalk on the south side of West.
Twentv-tourth street from Holbrook avenue
to Park avenue; the reconstructed side,
walk on the south side of Divis
ion street from Poplar street to
Washington avenue t the reconstructed side
walk on the north side of Center street Irons
Washington avenue to Walnut street; the
reconitructed sidewalk on the cast side of
Ponlar street from Eighteenth street to Di
vision street; the reconstructed sidewalk
the west side of Ponlar street from Kuril.
teeuth to DIvMon streets : tho reconstructed
sidewalk on the south side of Nineteenth
streot from Poplar street to Commercial ave
nue; tnc recontniciea siuewait; on uo
north Mde or Twenty-ufth street from
Washington avenue to Walnut street;
the reconstructed sidewalk on the south sido
of Twenty-tifth streot from Walnut
street to Holbrook avenue; the reconstruc
ted sidewalk on tbe south side of Thirty-
fourth street from Commercial avenue to
waahincton avenue, as will more fully ap
peal from the certified copy of the ludgment
on tile in the office of the clerk of the city of
Cairo, mat. a warrant ror ine coueeuon ox
Mich assessment la In the bands of the ua
durmgued AU persons Interested are herehy notified
fo call and pay the amounts assessed at the
collector's onlce No. 61 Ohio Levee within
thirty days from the date hereof.
Dated this tilth day ot Juno, A. D., 1373.
ItonKitT A. C u.i.n UfOiLAif, Collector.
JOHNSON & BILLINGSLY,
CARPENTERS & JOINERS
Nhiiii ua Twelfth fttre! Batwrea
l'opliir Htraef ana Cosassse)ria
Are prcpsred to do all kinds of work lu
heir line in first-class, workman-like style,
and at as reasonable rates as any firm in the
city. All orders attended to promptly. A
hare of the public patronage la respectfully
Ml. MAX ROLLER,
PIA1TO TTJ 1ST SIR,
Will only remain In this city ene week
longer, and respectfully requests that erdere
lor limine, etc,, uiigni ueiert as . m w
tic lira Sr., Br. Cost et Wam
Mas now ea baud all kiuis ot
V COKD AND STOYS "WOOD
Pur al. Leave erdere at
WM. KLUQK'8 flTOBE,
A mr AfPUCATtONS MAKE A
Pure Blooming Complexion.
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and MS at one. It stoee wSk Ska noah
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maul, iiaua fuareasevassusHascaaiaa nmp"
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.au. aracawa. aaiaaripar. mr m -
powarftaineeaacaaamilas saaMsaak etas
Tovnm BiooH m lum.
Ida by all ProffUU aatj rsaay Msrss. tert,
aSrtsi J-Uoe X.wyurt.