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OFPICB, STJXjXjETI StTIXi3DIlTQ-, COR. 13TH STBBET A.2TD "W-A-aKCHSTCa-TOlT AVBUTITE
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY, JUNE 32. 1873.
vi. a iumii AAirjiv vrvin All IS JUUilT
T11K BUjLETI K
Menillug uinl tr ess fry in(r(
CHRISTIAN CIIUItt'll-r.WiliTiilli itrect
between Wahlm(toil nud Walnut,
Meetltij; every fcuncliiy at 101 a. in , and s
Mlliilajr school at .'I p. m.
l'tsjir meeting WodiiCKday evening.
I'reachliiK, .SaMjatli it Kit .m. and 71 i.tn
Prayer meetlnc, Wednesday at "J P. m.
labf.ath School, 3 p.m. .J. M. I.snxilcri, .Su
perintendent. Rev. H.Tiiaykii, l'ator
sIKTHODlST. Cor. KIbUi and Walnut Ht.
('reaching, Sabbath at 101 a.m., and 7 P m
lra er nieetiiiK, Wednesday, 7J p.in.
Sabbath School, 3. p.m. I.. W. Stlllweil,
Hupetlntindcnt. Rev. K. L. TllOMftSOK,
uiurcu ok Tin: hkokkmjcrhkpI'co-
AlornlnK prayers. Sabbath 1(H a.m.
Sabbath School, U a.ui.
ItKV. K. Coan, Hector.
eT. l'ATRlCK'S CUUHCH-Nlntb bt. aud
I'utiltc service, Sabbath 810 and 10) a.m.
Vespers, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, 1! p.m.
Service even' (lay. a a.m.
ItKV. 1. J. O'llALLOItA, l'ric-t.
T. .lOSKl'irs CUUUCIL (German,) cor
ner of Walnut and Cross street.
Mass, every Sabbath at 1U o'clock a. m.
Vespers, 'I p. ui.
l-i diirlrij,' week days, 8 o'clock a. m.
ItKV. 0. llOHKMAN, I'riCst.
OlUlMAN LUTHERAN CUURCU-13th
ktrcet between Washington Avenue and
I'reacbliiK Sunday mornini! at 10 o'clock.
aabbatu School at 'i o'clock p. m.
Hev. U. Hukrbciineii, 1'astor.
VOUNO MKN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meetiuK second Monday
racli looutU at their room over Rockwell
A Co'i bookilore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly l'rayer meeting, Friday, 7i p.m. at
lUe mom. . . .
1.. W. Stillwkll. I'resldeut.
SKl'ONI) MISSIONARY HAJ'TlsT
CHURCH. Corner Syeaiimre and Koity
lirt street", l'r fetching sabbath at 11
o'clock a. u. and ii o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
'Ibr church l connected with the Illinois
Ah-oclallon, by thu First Ml-sloiiary lta
tlnt Church ol Calm.
Rkv. Solomon I.eonauh, IViitor.
AFRICAN MKTllOIHST.-Fourtceulb, be
tweeii Walnut and Cedar.
Sen Ice, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
Sa'jbalh school. 1) p.m.
Clam meets at U p.m.
fiHCOND FRKK WILL HAl'TIST Flf
teeulh Street., between Walnut aud Cedar.
Services Sabbath. 1' aud 3 p. m.
ItKV. N. kicks, l'attor.
rltKK WII.I. HAl'TIST HOMr MISSION
aAllHATH SCHOUI.. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbath School. ! a.m.
FIRST KRKK WILL. HAl'TIST CHURCH
- 'urry's llarracka
Service", Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. .V Tip. in.
ItKV. W'M. KSCLLEV, 1'astor.
KIU.S? MISSIONARY HAl'TIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth sis.
rreacbing Sabbath, 101 a.m. ""d "i !'"
l'rayer meetlnif. Wednesday evening.
l'reachlug, Friday eveulm.
Sabbath school, 1) p.m. Johu anllaxter
aud Mary SU-iiheiw, Supcrtnleudenu.
hev. T. J. Siiokkh, l'utor.
CCOND HAl'TIST CtlUHCll-Fourtecnth
ouly baptist church recogulzed by the As
sociation. . ,
Seivlies, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. aud p.m.
Kkv. Jacob Hiiaulkv, Udcr.
CAUIO COMMANDERY, NO. W.r-tated
Aiembly at the Asylum Matonlc llall, llrt
and third Mondaya In each mou.n.
JAIRO COUNCIL, No.iH.-Regular Conyo-
.atlonatMawnlc lIail, the second Kriday
In each month.
CAIRO CHAPTER No. Tl.-Rcgu ur Ccm-
vocatlou at Manoulo LUU, ou the third
Tueaday ol every month,
JA1RO LOUOE, So. 237 P. A. M.-RegU-
lar Communlcatlona at Maaoulc Hall, Uic
necoud and fourth Mondays of each mouth.
ALEXANDER LODGE, 221-Meet In Odd-
Fellows' Hall, In Arter'a building, every
Thurwlay evening at 8 o'clock.
j. ...... K.iu.Miifv.i.rktia aiuui. i uc
Governor John L. Hcvcridgc.
Secretary of State Georgo U. Harlow.
Auditor of State C. E. Llpplncotl.
State Treasurer Caper Hiiw.
Attorney Gene ral J ame K . MM.
Sjsnators Richard J. Ogle.-by aud John A.
Representative Eighteenth District lucu
MEM H KltS GENERAL AS9EJII1LY.
KeprcKntativea In the Wth district.
John H. Obcrly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math
w J. Inscoro.
Senator for the WHU dlHrlct. .les-e are,
Judge D. J. Uaker, of Alexander.
SUte'8 Attorney l'atrlck 11. l'ojie.
Clerk R. S. Yocum.
Sheriff A. Ii. Irvln.
Wm. Martin AsseHHor and Treasurer.
Judge- F. UroH.
AieucluteK J. E. McCritc and H. Marchll
uon. Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John U. Gosaman.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer R. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. H. Fallli.
Clerk SUchael Uowley.
Attorney H. Watson Webb.
Police Magistrates K. Urosa and J. ,1.
Marshal andCUief of Police Win. Mcllule.
Street Commissioner 1). J. Galllgau.
Health Olllcer W. Wnoteu.
Members Police Force A. Cain wirgetit,
K. Whltcamp, Phillip Helm, Chas. Mehuer
and V. A. Conant.
BOARD OF ALDKHMKN.
First ward-lllrem Hixby ami J. M.
l''ltlllus' .. . ... .
Second ward Ue.-man Meyers and AVood
Third ward John MuEweu and F. Kora-
Fourth ward-0. F. Nellls and M. J.
FlRh ward Jno. H. Robinson aud Win.
nvorQnn mllllontlhaVH been
I within the pan ten yearn, without
comnlslnt of lots by tag becoming
Ueiacueil. All Express Companies Use
them. Sold by rriuteis aim stationery
$5 TO 820
Per day. Agents wanted I All elates ol
worklug people, or either sex. young or old,
make more money at work for us In their
pare moments, or all the tiuto, than at any
Ihlugelse, Particulars Iree. Address
G. Ktinon & CO., Portland Maine.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
Ni:V JEltSEY TOWX IN
VI ON CUT
OFF I IV
STEAM ENGINES SENT TO
TIIBIK All). i
A MAIL CAR HURNKD WITH A
Patteiihox, New Jersey, Judo 21, Mid
night. A great Ure broke out in l'aiiac,
about It o'clock to-night, originating In
the Hackeniack house, and spreading to
the Erie depot, etablcs and other uuildlogs,
the moU or which will undoubtedly bu
flKEATKST ALAIIS1 rnEVAlI.1
Throughout tha city, and anlstanco has
baen asked fur from Patterson, and two
steam flro onglnes havo been ordered to be
sent to Pasiac by tho tlrst trtln, w hich
leaves In a few minutes.
Is already Tully $100,000, n wboln block
having been burnud,;and the flamo are
Paitkkhok, N. J., Juno 22. I'J'SO a in,
Thu telegraph Instruments hv just
been taken out of Pasiac depot, and furlh
er couiiiiunlcittion;wlth Passac is cut oil'.
ANOTIIXi: 10W.V IIUKNK.I).
Nkw Yokk, Judb 21. A dupateb from
Pottviilo tnys n Uro broke out thore Iat
night, and destroyed property valued at
JSO.OWJi insurance only about 51:5,000.
Tho arrival of engines from neighboring
cities saved the city from still farther loss,
a a high wind prevailed at the time and
loss must have been greater.
TUG UUtNC!) MAIL.
Nkw YoiiK.Juno 21. The fto-trnastcr
at llatavla, New York, has investigated
the cause of the tire by which tho Western
bound tualli)from this city were destroyed,
and reports these through malls were
placed in a common baggugu car, and
they tilled the roar end of thu rnr from
top to bottom for aliout a third of Mjk
length, tho rest of tho car contained
luggage. At the rear end was an uncor?
ered Hove pipe-hole. Tho baggage man
did not ride in thu car, from Rochester to
Hatavia, he was in the smoking car and
had left no one In his place. The liames
were not discovered until tho door was
opened. AYhen tho car reached Hatavia
water let in from the, tank, and what mail
did not burn was wet down. In conclud
ing the postmaster expresses his opinion
that tho lire was caused by neglect on the
part of tho railroad men.
Cixci.nsati, June 21. An Knquiror
dispath says that Jos. Uarncs, a brakemau
on the Portsmouth branch of the Marietta
aud Cincinnati railroad full between thu
cars near Webster to-day, and was run
and instantly killed.
A HEC'KIYKH APPOINTED FOI1
THE ORE AT CHICAGO
HAII.HOAD MANAGERS DE
TERMINED TO DO A WAV
WITH DEAD HEADS.
MARYLAND EDITORS ON A WES
TERN Till P.
MORE EVIDENCE ABOUT THE
TIIK GREAT CUICAO.0 MIOW,
Cincinnati, Ohio, Juno 21.-S. O.
Stokes, ono or the partners in tho Great
Chicago Show, obtained the appointment
of rocoivur for tbut organization thia
morning, in ,the superior court, on tho
ground that Doilavon was perverting tho
show from the purposes for which it was
organized, and ruining it.
NO TREE HIDES.
Chicago, Juno 21. Tho following
managers of the railroads running north
wost and south from Chicago, signed a
papor agreeing to issuo no more passes ex
cept to their own employosand their fam
ilies travelling on their own roads, All
passes now outstanding will be allowed to
continue in forco till thoir expiration, De
cember 31, and will not bo renewed. The
agreomont does not extond to cases where
the cotnpanioi aro required to issue passes
by virtuo or leases of other Jines, or in
pursuance of written contract previously
Chicago & Northwestern Railroad j
Chicago & Iowa Railroad; Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul Railroad; Chicago,
Rock Island & Pacific Railroad; Chicago,
Burlington it Quincy Railroad j Chicago
& Alton Railioad; Illinois Central Rail
road, The agreement has not boon entered
into by any of the eastern roads, nor. as
will bo seen, by a number of Illinois
roads.'and many prominent railroad men
predict tho ultimate falluro of tho move
ment. EDITORIAL KXCURSION.
iNiiusiivLH, June 21, The Mary-
land eJitorlal party, under charge of MsJ.
Hotcbkiti, arrived from I.ouliville
I shortly bofore noon to-day, In ipeclal cars
ftttarbed to tlio regular train on thj I., M.
and I. railroad. At 2 p.m. they met at
the Hoard of Trado rooms, where car
riages wero provided Tor a tour of Inspec
tion around tho city. ThBy loavo to-night
at 8 o clock by tho Vandalia road, for St.
New Yokk, Juno 21. Tho additional
testimony tn tho Polaris Investigation Is
published. Una witness tcitltled that
Huddlngton said Hall's death had lifted a
great load from his hoart.
. FIFTY-SINE DEATHS IN NASH.
NINETEEN HUHIALS ,T .MICM
PHIS. SIX OASES REPORTED IN CINCIN
NATI. A CKNUINK CASE IN WASHING
Nashville, June 21. Tho mortuary
list from cholera, shows CO deaths, of which
IS were colored. AVo hare tho satno
drizzling, unfavorable woather, with pit
fall sunshine to-day. Many think it
reached the worst on Friday.
Mkmimhs, Toiin., Juno 21. The
weather to-day was clear and hot. Thero
were only 10 interments to-day, against
21 yestorday. Of these It wure of cholera.
Tho roports from tho surrounding country
states tho diseaso still prevail', but m tho
country it has rarely proved fatal.
at a NUN .VAT I
Cincinati, Juno 21. Up to C p.m. to
day thero wero 11 deaths from dlieaso of
the bowles. .Six classod as cholera werr
rejtorted fur to-day at thu health oQice.
Wamiiniiton, Juno 21. The flrst case
ol genuine Asiatic cholera in this city oc
curred to-day, the victim being r. colored
Four caes of yellow fever aro reported
bv the Hrooklyn Union on State street in
a row of tenement bouses In that city.
(JOMMISSION'EK SCI1ULTZ HE
TINES FROM THE EX
CHOLERA SPREADING IN
DIFFERENT PARTS OK
Berlin, Juno 21 A 'dispatch from
Doutzlo says 42 Polish raltsmen on the
Vistula were attacked with cholera, and
25 of them died.
Rome, June 21. Sovcral cases of chol
era are reported in the province of Tre
viso. The authorities aro taking precau
tions to provent a spread of the disease.
1'aiu, Juno 21. Tho shah of Persia is
expected to arrive in this city on the 6th
of J uly.
Vienna, Juno 21. Jackson S. Schultz
has rotirod from tho chief commission
ershlp ot tho United States to the Exhi
bition, and Hun. Mr. Jay, American
Minister, has sent a dispatch to "Washinj
ton, recommending the appointment of
11. Uarrottson of Clovoland, Ohio. Oar
retlson was one of the suspended com
missioners, and was reappointed by Mr.
Schultz as one of his assistrants,
OEN. TAN UUIIEN
Has loft Vienna, having abandoned all
hopes of being re-appointed.
EMTEROn KllANCIS JOSEril
Visitod tho Exposition yesterday, and
passed through all the sections. His
majesty manifested great iuterost in tho
machinery exhibited in tho American do
partment, and spent sometime in its ex
amination. Tho woather Is lntonsely hot,
"Washington, Juno 21. Probabilities
For New England Sunday mild and fresh
winde, mostly from west and southwest
and cloar or partly cloudy weathor. For
Middle states and Lower Lako region
winds backing to northwesterly and south,
wostcrly, and clear or partly cloudy
woathor, with brisk winds and rain areas
over Lake Erie. For tho South Atlantic
statos light to fresh winds, mostly front
west and south and partly cloudy weather
with occasional rain. From Tennosseo
and Missouri to Ohio and Upper Lakes
falling barometer, fresh and brisk south
easterly winds and rain areas. For the
Gulf states east of Mississippi light to
fresh southwesterly to southeasterly winds
and partly cloudy weather with possibly
occasional rain areas,
New York, Juno 21,,-District Attor
ney Crowley to-day entered a nollo
prosequi In each of the casoi of,the U
women indiotod with Miss Anthony for
illegal voting, and the couit adjourned
the cnir JU8TI0K.
WabUIXoton, Juno 21. The president
Is reported as saying he will not select a
cblof justice from among the present
judges of the supreme court.
A It REST OF A LONG SO TO IIT
HCRGLAR AND THIEF.
DEATH OFTI1E WOMAN WHO WAS
MOT IN HUDSON.
oauoht at last.
New York, June 21. Patrick Hallcck,
who with a gang of rufilans broke into
apartments of Phelps' Jowelery storo In
June. 1872. and on being discovered shot
and wouudod Phelps so that llfo for somo
llmo was despaired of, and who for over a
year has evaded the entire polica forco of
thlscity, was arrested last night In a din
ing saloon on Tenth avenue.
Nashua, New York, Juno 21, Miss
Ella Wood, who was shot In Hudson, by
Henry Jowett, died this morning
New York, June 21., At Jerome
Park to-day, the raco fer the Woatherby
stakes; mile and three-quarters, was won
by Fellow Craft; tlmo 8:11. Tho socond
rnce, handicap sweep stakes, mile and a
quarter, was won' by Stockwood ii2j.
Tho selling race, ono mile, was won by
Sanford; timo lMGJ.
St. Louts, June 21. Flour vcrv dull.
Wheat dull: No a red fall SI l&fol Hi:
No 2 SI 10. Corn dull: No 2 mixed sue
cash; 3C.7o August. Oats dull; No 2
mixed J(a,jyccasu; 23 August, llarloy
no market. Rye dull, OOgi.'c. AVhiskey
,ulet, 89c. Pork weak, $10 60(3)10 76.
D S meats nominal; bacon dull, 7',
Die. Lard nominal, be for summer.
Hogs quiet, S 1(5)1 -10. Cattle II rm; ratln.
dlan and Texan $3 5CVTj3 76. native cows
$3(y)l 20; rlr butcher! 201 50; prime
a iiiniMn it.iiM tror
tu viiuiv 'twig "ryij.
New Orleans, June 21, Bran dull,
S0S(")70. Hay llrm; prime 23(,24. Pork
$17 70. Sugar dull, 6c; o'thers un
changed. Cotton llrm; sales 1,600 good
St. Louis, June 21. Arrived Rob
Roy, Keokuk, Lake Superior, St. Paul,
Sam Hrown, Cairo. Depcrted: Fort Gib
son, Arkansas river; Sheridan and Alex.
Swift, Cincinnati; Helena, Vicksburg ;
Clinton, St. Paul; Rob Roy, Keokuk: Jno.
K. Tollo, Now Orleans; Kinney, Mis
souri river ; Bakor, (juluoy river. River
rising sfow. Clear, very warm afternoon
and showery to-night. ,
Kvansville. June 2l.-Walber cloudv
anp hot. Uircurv 71 to 60. Tho river
has fallen O inches. Up: Alice Brown,
Sam D Halo, Idle wild, Ueo Roberts, Nick
Longworlb, Bermuda, Krank V "Yancey;'
Mary Davage. D: Fayette, Mary Anient,
r.uzaociu, uray haglo. uuslncss very
iiiREVxroitr, Juno 21. Woathor rainy.
River rose one Inch. Arrived; Clillord,
.Menden, Mooro, and lluntsvillu with ice
barge in tow. No departures.
New Ohleans, Juno 21. Arrived:
Charles Bodmann, Cincinnati. Departod :
Jno. Kyle, bt. Louis, to-day; Richmond,
St. Louis, yesterday. Cloudy.
Cincinnati, June 21. River 8 feet 10
inches and falling. Departod: James
D Parker, Memphis; C 11 Church, Now
Memphis, Juno 21. Hirer rising slow.
Departed: (trand Tower, St Louis; City
of Augusta, White river; Nashville, Cin
cinnati. Lttle Rook, June 21. Iliver, 11 foet
In tho channel, Rain to-day. Departed:
Clarksvillo for above; Mary Boyd, Mem
phis. Nashville, Tenn., Juno 21. River
falling; 6 feet of wator on Uarpeth
shoals. Arrived, Burksvillo. from Cairo.
VicKsuuno, Juno 21. Down, Turner;
up, Pargoud, .1. W. Mills. Clear and
warm. River falling.
Pittsiiubo, June 21. Monongahela 2
foet C inches and falling steadily.
o. si (lino i.r.vr.i:,
Has been re-opcncil, refurnUhcd and rcno
ated,und Is now in excellent condition for
the entertainment of tho public. It Is lu
every way a tlrt-clas hotel.
Day board t IM
Hoard and lodging, from. . 6 to 7 00
Tranlent, per day 1 w
0-10 Sin Proprietor.
MAIN t'HIIKS NrHKKr,
J All. Ml,
Good stabling connected with the house,
mil sample room for commercial traveler.
Free omnibus to and from all trains,
6 6.md. J. M. DAM HON, Proprietor
m iT.Tiax roli"eh7
Will ouly remain In this city ene week
louder, and respectfully remietil that orders
lor tuning, etc,, might belelt at U. k V,
lluiler's stole. u-3 Ot
Kiuutu St., Ur, Com. A Wash.,
Foukth of July.
PARADE AND I'ICNIC
Hibernian Fire Company
NO. I Ul' CAIKO, 1E.LN
Cordially Invites the public generally to Join
them in celebrating that L-lorious tlav. A
grand time Is expected and all necessary
arrangemcntx, looking to llie comiort anil
enjoyment of tho participant, liuvo been
pcrfectod. Tlio celebration of the day will
commence with a
Headed by tho
DELTA CITY CORNET HAND
In which the, whole tiro department has
been invited to participate. After tho pa
rade those dcMruus of attending the plcuic,
which win ou nciu hi i 111)
GllOVKS OF KENTUCKY
Opposite the city, will lind the tiew, power
ful and commodious ferryboat
At the binding prep.ired to take them acrom.
l'ureuts can take their cbllilrcu mid feel
perfectly s-ato In ilolmr so. as the liMi cattle
guards of the new lerry makes It Imply
lin)o--llile for an accident to happen. The
oo:u is new, sate and reliable.
A FINE DANCING FLOOR
Forty feet In width by tifty in length will be
tali! on tho ground, "no san-duM," so that
tho.o declring to trip tho "light fantastic"
can do eo to their hearts content.
I'rilf. htNPtlhirf''i mlnhratMfl ktiltii. I.uti.l
Will lurnMi the rmi.-Ic lor the occasion.
Jieceseury refreshments will bo ou the
grouuiN In abundance. Coino everybody
iiuil C1IJU HiU UUIIU.1) in kuou om picnic
stjle. The ilaj s feftHltles will end with a
SCIIEEL'S U ALL AND GMIUKN
Fare, round trip on boat .... ... Mcls
oiiiiureii whh psrenis rree.
AdmlH-iou to ball, geutlemcu, each . .60 eti
T. 31. l.OVBTT, I
on , , i!-"1?," v Stou r, f Comiulttcf.
'"SO Id V. II, Slo.NKllJ
SAMUEL V. W'HEELEIt,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Olllco over l'lrct National bank. il-IMin
WILLIAM ,J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Offiec over Kirn National bank. S-lO-Sm
.lolin II, Mulkey. Willam C. Mulkey.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Otllce, rear rooms over llumicm'n book
NO. l'Jt COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
Between Seventh aud Eighth streets.
Gil KEN & GILBEHT,
00UNBELOR8 AT LAW,
William ll.dreen, "1
William U. Ollhert, I OA1KO, ll.I.lNOia,
Miles F. Ollhert, j
awHpeoia. attantloa Kl'0Q 10 Ailmlialtr sad
OVFIUH OHIO LEVKB, ROOMS 7 AMD 8 OVER
CITY WATIOMAL UAMK.
l'AHKEll & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
Patty, Henalnc, Usiaollur,
And Hib celebrated lUumleatlnt;
DnOBH'LOILDINO, OOB 11X0 41. COJI
Cairo - Illimois.
JOIINSOiN & I1ILLINGSLV,
CARPENTERS & JOINERS
Hbop ob Twelllh Nlraet Uclweosi
I'oitlnr Nlteel nud Uituisaterclal
Are prepared to do all kinds or work Id
heir line lu tlrst-class,' workuiatt-lllce style,
and at as reasonable rates as any Ann In the
city. All orders attended to 'promptly. A
hare of the public patronage U renpectrully
PERMANGANATE OF POT A3
CARBOLIC ACID POWDER,
CHLORIDE OF LIME, ,
FOil S-A.IiH3 jfv-r
CORNER WASHINGTON AVENUE AND EIGHTH STREET.
IsTO. 7i OHIO XiiiTTHS
t'lljr WatlunMl Uauk HuIIiIIbk.
B.ecul attention paid to or Jers Irom netn
11VLAN1) & SAUEll,
AND DKALBlte IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Corner 10th street and Commercial aveuu
next door to the Uyland saloou.
11-1C tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND UGALGK IN
Eiuutu Street, Between Wajiuinqtois
and Commercial Avenues,
AdjolnlBK lUlUBBOHie Bad Hnassr'a
Hp ins beat or Ueat, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Lamb, Sauitxe. ate., and ar prepared to aerve
chimw iu me men aceepuoie manner.
(jucecor to .Linfes Kynatou,)
HuToiisn and Dealer iv all Kinds or
Corner -Nlnetenth and 1'orLAK St
Uuys and slaughters only tho best cattle,
hogs and sheep, and Is prepared to till any
demand for fresh moats from one pound to
ten thousand pounds.
(Htnrtortx! MitrntiSi, laats,
orry national hank, cairo
11. LlYSLOr, Secretary and Tn
l. M. IliaoLAT, Cais. Qiuoaia,
V. U . HTuoarutu, Pavx. O. Bcbcb,
It, II, OvsaisttBAH, U. V. Ualuoav,
Itepoalte t ut AraoBBt KMelvexl Crem
Tea CcbU VpwbiOb.
JMTEllEHT paid on depoiKs at the rata ol sis
peroent. per annum, Match It tend Hepiem
r In. latereit not withdrawn la added Imme
diately to the prmolpal of the deposit, tcerebr
Klvinti them compound Interest.
MARRIED WOMEN AND OBILOBIN MAT
SO TBAT MO 0S BUS CAM DatW IT,
Onen ef erv bualnua dav from s a.m. So S D.m.,
and Baturdar arenas (or UAVIWO DKPOUITt
oniy, rrom s to s o ciock.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. V. Miller, l'resldent.
j. il. i'uii.ufs, Vice-President.
Ciias. Cunmi.nuuam, Cashier.
C0LLKCTI0N8 PKOMITLY MADX.
EXOHANQE, oola, bask nous asstl Ualte4
UUtea sMurlUes bout hi ao stld,
Interest Allewed on Hsu IteslM.
SI'ECIAL ASSESSMENT NOT1CK.
waiaa ue reconairucieu ana renewea on
folio wing named Btreets, to-wlt: OK
north sldo of Nineteenth, street from
inertiai avenue to Poplar stxreet; on
street to Twenty-tilth etreet;
uie uoriu aiue oi ineaucw
from Ohio levee V Walnut
on the south side ofTwentleth street
Ohio levee to WashlBKton avenue, bare
to uenenis, ana an assessment tnereoi
the tlnal hearing thereof will be had at
July term ot said court, commencing on
1 111 UVfZU UUUD UUU I B LUrilBU LIB HSUU CU
desirlnifalBar then and there appear
make UDLV defense.
JTJUJ- O. UARMAN, 1
s iMari a uunnnA. 1 iiibiiiiibiiii
liny A3 WINTBH, )
SPECIAL WABRAUT HO. 1.
rublic notice is hereby given that
county court oi Alexander county, nas
dered Judgment (or special assessment
on property benetltetl by the (ollswlng
provement: 'me new sidewalk on ine
auu Tlifrd itreoti : the ntw ilJewtmlk as
IIUD tI LIAl BTDIIUB. I IB LOT KB II CIE
v i nti tTin smiifis nifflA n.w ahi
tiuui vutuiuQiciBi avenue mi yf MUlPgwB
on the cast sldo or Washington avenue,
front or lota 18. 10, 20 and 21, in block 34,
,mw w. w. vwiu, UiC US TT MUCTCIUm
tho north sldo of Twellth street la front
biocic one, in the Third addlUon to the
oi uaini , me new siuewaiK on Ua
side of Cross street, from Washlmrton
nue to walnut street : the new ttdewalk
uv uvvf BiuuwaiK on iuo huui aoi or n
ion street from i'oplar etreet
Washington avenue; the reconstructed
walk on the north side of Center street
lfn ihlnntnn avanisa in taTTa I msB
rni-niitr-iivfA4 avIHmxrnllr nti tha Asaask tAm
lo d lar streflt from EifirhUenth treet to
viiion street; toe reconitruoted udewui
luihiiii b.u jiw iiisils bsabbsb . uiii rnuuBBU la
nue: tuo reconstructed sidewalk om
north etue or Twenty-nrtn street
the rcconstnicted sidewalk on the south
i irii i. in iiiji in iiiib nvBMiip; I tin rwmana
fourtu street from Cominercifti ATtaue
vvaBmuL'ion avoduo. u wiuimori niuT
mi ii in in liih iiiiii'H hi Kim r.irrK in bmibi nin
sul. alt. .iabb St. ll..sl.
such assessment is in the bands of the
fo call and nay the amounts aaaeaied Bt
asii tin luiio luwiuaicu bid iini nii
thirty days from the date hereof.
.rasa i. a, o uiuld ii. ii a bsiiiii iiiiibb bb i
"v SUVU UB UlUUUBi Ab AVsa A
O. M. ALDEN & CO.,
i' uifi n.n viiiiii n in i
wm n -r snin i.rwii s i sbbi i .
JOHN B. PHLLIfl k BOM.
(Buoosiiors to Joha B. PWllls,)
iTFiHPinnii a im mm imn
FOBWARDINO M ROHaVKTf
DEALERS IN HAT, OOKN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, Jto.,
C. D. at ATHUM.. 1.0
MATHUBB sk UHL
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