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OFFICID, BTTXiljBTXN' BTTIIiI3I3STC3-, COB. 12TH BTBBBT A. 2333 WAaHHSTOTOlC A."V3DITtT3D
,K)HN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1873.
amaBBBaVSlI bbbbIb I' HrV N5-BaT
OFFICIAL PAPER OKCITF AND OODKlv.
DISINFECTANTS:
THE BUlLETiy.
-
C aaa avasf ae.
OUR CHURCIIKS.
t
CHRISTIAN CliUBCH-ElijIiteenin itrerl
betweea Washington and Walnut.
Meeting Try Sunday st 10 i tu., and
p.m.
snadey school at 3 p. m.
rayer Tattling Wednesday etsuleg.
PRMMYTsUUAN-Bltktb Street.
rTaachlag, Babbeth a 104 a.m. aad 71 p.a
PrarrmUBf, Wedaeeday at 7, P. a.
ebbeth Hchool, I JL J.lL Lanedea, 8u-
pertatendent. Bsv. H. Taitn, farter
METHODIST. Cor. Eighth end Walnut Ste.
rreaehtng, BitUU at 1(H a-ov, aBd 7 p.
VWTW BMttlJW, Wedaawlay, tt p.sa.
Sabbath Bchool, . p.a L. if. BttUwell,
riupertatead-at. Bit. r. L. TaoMnon,
Fmm.
CHURCU OF TUX KWm-JQU(kV-CpUco
fiondag prayera. Helta a 104
EtibIbc prayers, 71 P-.
.Sibbiith Ackeol, bjb. , .
Bar. X. Coan, Sector,
n T. PATRICK'S CHURCIl-Kiata St. and
WirtlimiAwMn. ,
I-ublte earrtee, Mbae WwiMt
Vmmi,'m.
Rabbet 8CBM1. 1 p.M.
Harriot ifin day, A MB.
Her. 1. J. Vhaixora, rYlect.
T. JOSEPH'S CKUkCUOennaD,) cor
ner of Walaut end Oom streets.
Mass, every Babbeth at 10 o'clock a. a.
Vespers, 9 p. am.
Meet durlag week, days, 8 o'clock a. m.
r 3v. cJlomUM, Priest.
QERMAN LUTHERAN CUIJRCH-13tb
treat between Washington Avenue aad
Waltratstroet. . ,
reaching Sunday aaonan at 10 o'clock.
Habbelh School at 1 a'clotk p. aa.
Kav. O. DuBBacHMBa, Vestar.
rouNG mora chkwtian aasocia-
TtQN. Regular meeting aacoad Moaday
racU saoath at their ream over RoekweU ,
A Co" booh Mora, Ccfetmsrelsl avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, rrtdajr, 74 p.m. at
the room.
. 1 W. Stjllwbll. PesideaL
SECOND .MltttlONABY BATTLST
CUUKCU.-Coia!' Syaeniore aud forty
Mr bmO. pnaalttaf Mabbath at 11
ioaeka:'m.andao'Wockp. m.
ttuaday gcltool 1 o'clock p. m. ,
TtiaaarabiaoonBacUd with tUc IBinoli
Aaatfdatloa, by tAa If It. Jlirtonary llap
tUt Ltnrch (A Cairo. f
JUY. Souimom LboXibd, Puuir.
A71UCAM JtKTllODiaT, furuaa ba
iwaaa Walaut aad Cadar., , v
Mctleaa, Habbatk. 11 a.a. ' x
tte-jbaaaBcaooL 11 p.m.
CkBB aaaata at p
ECOSD' FUEE WIIX BAPTIST f
UcdU Btraat, batweca Walaut aad Cadar.
garrloM eabbatk.lt aad S p. au
Rav. N. Ktcaa, Paator.
rBEB WILL BAPTIST HOMJC aUSaiO.N
HABBATIi SCUOOU Corner Walnut
aad Cadar Httacta.
mhbath School. 0 a.m.
ruurr mac wiix. baptist cuuucu
-Curri'aBarracka
barricaa, Habbatb 11 a.m., S p.m. A 71 p. a.
IIbv. Wm. Kbujiy. PMtor.
flliST MISSION ABY BAPTIST CUUUCU.
-Cedar, batwaaa Nlatk aad Tath 8U.
Praacbiac Sabbath, 101 - 71 p.ta.
Prayer BMatiac, Wad&aaday evealoj-.
Wnkinir. VrltiiT avaBiac.
Hahbath School. U paTJobq VaaBaxter
andJtary bf'j.imT. 4
KCOND BAPTIST CUUBCU-KounaaBth
Street,- between teaar aau h
only lUptitt cburcb recoipilxed by the A
aociatlon. . . ,
ferrlcet. Sabbath, 11 a.a 8 p,av aad . p.ai.
Brv. Jacob Bbadlbt, Kder.
SKUUKT OHDEKB.
THE MASONS. .
CAIBO , COJtMANDEBY. NO.
Alaembly at the AyluJaeonlc Hall, Iret
and third Mondaye In each month.
0A1BO COUNCIL, No.M.-BeguUr ConTo
ceUoa at Japonic Hall, the aecoad ITlday
Id ftairh afBjQPtbr
CAIBOCHAITEK N9. 71rBeguiar Cob
vocation at Maaonlc Hill, on the third
Tueeday ol every moata,
JAIKO lioOQK, NO. M7 P. A A. M.-Bega-lar
Communication! at ataaonlc Hall, the
. . . k u.i.. f .u.h month.
At.rXAKDEU LODGE. m-MeeU in uaa-
j-eUewV Bail, In Artefa buUdlagi every
'iburMay evening at o o omi.
STATE OFFldBRS.
, .'j , . ,
Ooveruor-John I Beverldge'.-
LleuteBanvaovernar , -
Seeretarv of SUte Oeorge H. Hirlirw,.
Audiwol "dSSrC - iSpUcott.
SUte Treaeurer Caeper wu. ,
Attorney General Jame K. r.dniill.
BTub&lnUotNewton Uauman
CONOUKSSMEN. .
SeBatora-Ulcbard J. Ogleiby and John A.
preaaaUUTa Elghteeath Dtitrlct-ltace
CUmanu.
wvunrun niCNkiuAL ASSEMBLY.
Bepretenutlvee la the K)th dlatrtct.--Joha
U. Oberly, Win. A. Lemma and Math-
' Senator Tor the both dlrtrict. Jee Ware.
county ornexBs.
catcurr COCBT.
Judjre D. i. Baker, of Alexander.
SUta's Attorney Patrick; 11. Pope.
Clerk B. ft. Yocua.
SherUr- A. H. Irvta. ,
Wat. MartlB Aaeeator and Treaturer.
OOLKTT COUBT.
Judge- ft. Btoee. . . ..
Aieoclatet J. E. McCrlM aad B. Marehll
SOB'
dark Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner Joha U. Qoeeaua.
MUNICIPAL "oOVKKNMENT.
MaTorJeha Wood.
TreMUrer-lt A. .Cimi Ubi.
Comptroller?. H. alll.
Clert-MlchMlUowteT.
Attoraer H. wawon vtouu.
PoUeVllagUtntea-r. Breea aad .1. J.
akalandChUfofPollee-Wm.McHale
Street CoBuUloner-!). J. Galllgaa.
n.l.h ft..r ur Woolen.
Member Police Force-A. Cain wgent,
r White amp, Phillip Helm, Cha. Mehner
An A rAMUt. 1
BO ABO OF itDWUlmil.
Pint ward-HlraafBUby nd J. M
1 Second ward-UerBV Meyer, aad Wood
.Thlrdward John McEwen and F. Ken.
ra&hWd-. T. HUI(atld M.-J
F wardWno.iHfobliiaB and Win.
H. aiorn.
UR. MAX ROLLER,
A Coapeteut ,
-
PIANO
U I P A I B B 1,
win oni. r.u.i. i.. tki. citr eue week
toeger. aad retpeeUully rutU that ardere
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
ww w w -arw W w mw w w
MISCELLANEOUS. -
fcxehal services of the
late john 11. ken
xedy in new
YORK.
THE
CHOLERA DJCCKEASINO
IN MEMPHIS AND
NASHYIliLE.
OOJtNBK-STONi; OF TIIK NEW MA
80N1C TKMPLE LAID AT
MEMPHIS.
PRESIDENT ORAT rlEDOH8
COUNTERFEITER.
ETC.,
ETC.,
ETC.
ll'SBAAL IIKTICCS
The funeral of ez-Plice ijupertntend
eal John A Kennedy, took place tkli
afternoon. The Central atethodlit
church la which the funeral service were
held, wai too email to admit tbe entire
number of thcie who by their pretence,
'paid tbe last tribute of retpect to the
meuory.of their departed friend. There
were renroee&UUoni from the Odd Fellow-,
Xaaoni, police, ex-police, Mutual
Aid and other organization, while tbe
friend of Mr. Kennedy and hit fatally
wore out in large nnmben. After "the
Mrvicee at the cburcb, the proceeeien
"Saved from Seventh over through Fourth
treet to firoedway, 'lown Broadway to
Grand itreet to Kait river. Tbe rernaini
ware conveyed to Cyprem Hill cemetery,
where the lait rite were celebrated by
Chaplin Weeiiof the Odd Fellow delege
lion.
Naihvillx, .fune 'Jt. Tweuty-ulae
deatbe from cholera, of which 6 were
white. Everj-JBe it much more hopeful
and buiineti it enlivening.
ot:a DIATQB.
CrvczsxATi, June 34. Four death
froia cholera reported to-day at the health
office.
, L'HOLK,.
MBMrnu. June 24. There wore ten
- efcal We toley. Weather favor-
bl
euii in to'e
of the aew maionic temple wai
Ud to-
day with imprettive ceremoniri.
There
wa a large audlanca pretent.
New Yona, June 2. Col. Hubert T.
lark, a well-known officer who made a
good record during tbe late war, and who
wa convicted in tni dittrict on tbe vul
of January, 1ST 1, of having in hli pom
ion counterfeit plate for printing inter-
al revenue (tamp, and lentenceJ to five
year impritonment in Albany prison,
ha been pardoned by President Grant.
jNDlASAroLl, June 34. It ii rumored
la.railroad circle to-day that tbe Indian-
poll, Peru aad Chicago railroad will pai
iajp baadi of" the P., C. and St. L.
company, .
I'rXBUE COCKT IJKCIIIOH.
CoLUHica, O., June 21 The luprima
court to-day uoaqlniouily decided that
tbe cynttttutlon of Ohio doe, not enjoin
ligiou Inttruction or reading religlou
book ia the (chool,.
St. Louis, June 24. Gen. VYooiton
ku appointed W. B. Nspleton judge of
tne Supreme court, in place of judge Ew
ing, deceased.
CASUALTIES,
AN
EXTENSIVE TOBACCO
WAREHOUSE BURNED
AT COVINGTON,
KENTUCKY.
THREE OASES OF SUN8TBOKP
IN
INDIANAPOLIS. YK9
TEKDAY. OUUKC1I STRUCK UY LIGHT
INO AND SET ON FIRE, ETC.
TOBACCO WABIUOl'SI BUBXBD.
CiacixNATi, June 34. The extensive
tobacco warehouse of R. W. Thomas in
Covington, Kentucky, burned this morn
Ing. There was about 400,000 pounds ef
tobacco in the warehouse, valued at
180,(100; Insured for $40,0(1. Value of
MWdtng f 12,000 no insurance, ,
VlaKMAa KlLLBft ..
Cixcikkati, June 24. AnS oqiiirer
special from Sprlogllold say,. during the
Storm there this evening, the lightning
.alruck tha spire of the English Lutheran
Church, and' iat.lt Vn fife, and John Pow-
ii, a ure-uaa, iuupisu so eiceno tne in
larior o the spire with a hose, when a
piece of limber fell on bis head, crushing
his skull, and killing him instantly. Tke
spire'' wu burned, but the church was
Td.
Riadino, June 24. A Are broke out
early this morning in tbe main building
or Ubariat Jackson's ropo-walk. destroy
log tne coal sued arid 200 feet of rope
walk. Loss $50,000: insurance 123.000
by local companies.
UKSTftOKKS.
Tff Til AHA Vftl II .Tis. sTia ms
. 1 -mui lurs case
of sunstrok.oosurr.d hM today, two of
which prevsd fatal.
I
TWO- DESPERADOES-. SHOT
- tt-iiTT V AWl'MbTIVV! Tfl
ROB A STORE.
STAGE ROBBED Y MASKKD MEN
4 IN CALIFORNIA.
TEN JURORS OBTAINED IN THE
WALWORTH MUROER TBIAL.
DIirXKADOI (HOT.
Sr. Lout, June 21. -An attempt waf
mad on Saturday by a band of detpera
does.to rob tke (tore of Mr. Roddy at Bur
lington, about SO mile from hare. Beddy
rlte4, and shot aid killed two of tke
gar.f- named Joeeph Baatil aad Thomas
Jeffertoo, and" clubbed mkn with bis
giia eo had), that he eaaaat live.
.biaoi robbso.
6A.'.tj ax Cisco, California, June 34.
'Yeeterday afleraoea's stagf as robbed
near MarysviUe. Well, Fargo St Go's
treasury of $a,8U0 wai taken by three
masked men armed. Tbe patieogers Were
not molested The robbers e-uaped.
WALWOBTU CAfll. r
Nbw Yojik, June 4. Ibis atternoon
10 jurore were obtained in the Walworth
eai.
THE BILLIARD TOURNAMENT
RESUMED AT IRYINO HALL,
NEW TOBK.
rLAT BIll'MII).
Is'rw Toka, June 24. The play wa
riiumedairriog hall this afternoon in
tbe billiard .touioement, the crateiunu
being A. Garneer and Joiepb Dion. The
flrit call of acore gar Garneer 1 13 ; Dion
CO. At thelnd of the Hit inning the
two itooJ, Garneer ltf ; Dion 10.-,. Gar
near, by some of the moit brilliant play
ever witnened, made 86 point in tbe 20th
inning, aad ran out, the game score being,
Uaraeer 800; Dion 186. Before tbe game
Dion wu tbe favorite.
WEATHER REPORT.
Washi.notox, June '.M.-I'robalilitiee
For New England on Wednesday gentle
to fresh northerly to easterly winds, and
cloudy weather are probable, with light
rain ovee southern portion. For Middle
state and Lower Lake region gentle to
trash and eceaelonaj brisk wlads, mostly
irom norin aaa east, generally cloudy
weather aad rain areas. For the South
Atlantic fitates senile to freek winds,
mostly from eoutbwsit and southeast,
partly eloady weather aad occasional rain
ares. For Upper Lake region wind
veering to esiterly and routhsrly, riling
temperature and partly cloudy weather
during Wednesday. For the "orthwet
falling barometer, freih and brisk easterly
to southerly winds and probsbly in erasi
ng cloudiness. For the Gulf state east
of Vtiisippi partly cloudy weather and
light to fresh winds. From Tennessee
northward over Ohio valley partly rleudy
wtatber and occasional rain.
MARKET REPORT.
C it I c ago, June 24. Flour dull, nomi
nal. Wheal dull, shade lower; for spot
or June, No. 3 spring $1 19; spot or Juae
$1161(51 IO;'July,No. 1 lower $1 24 ;
q. is ft U7$i ua.- corn ia good ae
uieodj'Ke.2 mtietl 292o regular ac
cordlig to - location, aij .strictly fresh
spvt.-'Ostt'Steady, aTJc regular, 3,1 fresh
nominal. Pork active and classing
faigttfr ; 14 to lie bid and 14 asked July ;
teswMlc Augu. ura quiet 8(a) 10c.
Bulk meats quiet and easier; shoulders
6J choice ; clear rib middlee weak 7J7J
casn. sacon quies, nncnaagea. Whisky
quiet, 89, closed easier SUA best bid.
Naw Oblbass, Juae'24. -Cora dull
and lower, mixed &7ct white 18(31 M'c.
Bran dull. &f760c. OaU 41242c. Others
unchanged. Sterling 2C, sight S premium
gold 15ic Cotton dull, sales 8S0 : rood
ordlnory 15(0 ; law middling 17j18c,
middling 18o ; middling Orlsrns 18 J; re
ceipts 1,712, no export; stock 40,634.
RIVERJNEWS.
Pittsbubo, June 34, noon. Mononza-
hela about stationary, 3 fast 7 inchee. Ar
rived : Exchange, Cincinnati. Weather
showery and sultry.
uiaciKSABi, June Hiver 7 feet a
and falling. Arrived :' Bermuda, Evans
vllle; K K Hudsen. Wheeliar. Weather
clear and hot.
Pittibubu, June 24. Uonongahela 2
feel 7 lacbea and at a stand.
St. Louis, June 24. Arrived i Red
wing. St. Paul; Rob Roy, Keokuk; Bea-
ver, Illinois river j uny Vickiburg, Vlcks
burghj'St. Luke, Missouri river. De
parted; Mitchell, St. Paul; Colorado,
Barron, new unsans : Illi
nois, Peoria; Lewis, Missouri river; Rob
Roy, Keokuki River stationary. Clear.
Meroury 63 to 9. itt,
vicKeBVRo, June 34. Down: Henry
Tate. Up: Julia. -Weather cloud v and
warm: niver rauieg. .
MeUpbib, June 24, Arrivals: Mary
Boyd, Arkansas river; Cepitol City.Vioks
burg; Departures: U tab; Arkansas river
Rlohmooa, alary Boyd, Ht. Loul. River
-rsiionaiBca, anais now twelve feet be
low high water mark. W ealher clear and
warm. "-ft
Hiw Oat-TtAVS, June 34. No arrivals.
Departed Grejrt Republic, St Louii.
Cloudy and warm. -
BnuBTiroBT, Louisiana, June 24
No arrivals. Departed: Joha K.Moore,
New Orleans. Klver oa a stand.
Nashvilli, June 24. River 0 feet and
rising, i .r
LirrbB Rock, June 34. Weather clear
and hot, ehls has been the warmest day of
tbe season; mercury reaching 00. Hiver
falling, 8 feet in the cbannsl. The Key
stone arrived from below.
Er assti i. L, j una 24. Weather cloud v
and hot. Mereury 70 to 0, River f.n '
Inehe. Down: Jai D Parksr.O 1) Church"
n. ah aeM . m . i
iaraBw, -ai j a.-saut, -oicaitap, -jp.
i Vayetie, rioreqee, a E Lee, I
, Pill Bharld.aj all with raj, (rips.
rayeue, ciwaaca, a jt bee, idiewlld.
Bull
Ill fair.
CHIME.
Homo Advertisements.
ATM AJBJt.
John Q. Herman. Cha. Thrupp
JOHN Q. HARMAN CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLECTORS
CONVEYANOER8
Barsai Car. atss at. aad Ia
OatM. iLUROii.
Offer lor sale at low figure and ay terms
tbe followloK real eiute : "
No 1 An alcf-aat cottage, coraer Tweinb
and Locust street. Is X aad a, 1, third ad.
Lot above grade, 0 Iota ia b4, In what l
known Mtb"KIdireaUock:" those lotarua
through tbe block Irom ruteaath to Hlx-i
tesath streeti, and the belt residence prop
erty In the city adjaltting property highly
Improved.
No S-Lou 3 and 4, b 45, city, Wajblagton
avenue, between ThlrteeathaadroturtetnUi
street, we-t side, Good two-etory building
on eacb lot.
N'o3 Also, vacant lot S and 0, adjoining
the above. 1-ot 14. b tt. dir.
aa fllath ' street, . aouth sid,-
m ween uommerciai ana waMingion ave
nue, will be eold In tract to suit purchaser,
very low and cm easy terms. "
No 4 Lot 7 and 0, b itt. corner ol Four
teenth and Popltr street, front on Poplar
street, west aide, oppoilte post-ofllce block,
No ft SnlanitM fnthlti hiilMlfi, m.l.
aence in tcond ttorr. G rooms, ba
ball and
front and rear stairway, water on both floor-,
iu numuer one conuuion: situaieu on
north'
west corner or
Twellth street,
soon.
Commercial atenue and
A great bargain if sold
No G-Lot 7 aad 8, b 40, lt ad, small
house and stable on lots, high ground, cor
ner Poplar aod Twenty-eighth -Uiets.
Price 60, one-hall rab.
No 7 Lot aad new cottage In No 1 order,
ball, three rooms and kitchen, on Twenty
first ttreet. Two splendid lota in court
house bloek on Poplar street corner.
No 8 Two very desirable bualnes house
and two loM, on Sixth street between Com
mercial and Washington avenue, will be
eld at term to pay ptirchaserrental of .20
per cent on investment. '
No li-SIx lou la b 29, 1st ad. High
ground, fsooescb on easy payment.
No 10 A vrell-lmprored farm on tbe Mis
iislprl In Missouri, 8 mile below Cairo.
75 acres, a large ttortlon under cultivation.
Brtt-clau dweliTni
unir nouse
house, barns and out
bUlldlBK.
changed
Will be aoid very low or
(or improved Cairo. property.
great tar-raln can be had by applying toon.
Thli property is worthy tbe examination of
any perron who desire to engage in farm
ing, as it certainly is one of tbe most lertlle
and productive trade of land iu tbe coun
try. No II A -pleudld two-story residence on
north east corner of Walnut and Ninth
streets, with two lot very desirable prop-
C rfo 12 Lots IS and 19, b 70 south side ol
Twenty-first street, opposite "Convent
Block" very dctlrable for residence pur
poses, cheap.
No 13 A well Improved fann of S10 acres;,.
GO acres under cultivation; houses and barn
good orchard, bearing tree; running water
through farm above overflow. One quarter
mile from atatlon and depot ot Cairo A Ht.
Louia railroad. Will be sold on easy terms
lor 1!J par acre.
a rtrrm chajics fob r-nraarMBXT.
In addition to the foraa-ol-u- we offer for
sale, or lease, a large number ot vacant lou,
ia different parts ot the city, embracing No
i nu-ioeM ana resiaence properly.
Jn unimproved lands, we hare for sale
over 2..000 aem In Alexander and I'lilaikl
counties, at price ranging from $1 to $15
per acre, ana are preparcu to oner inuuce
me nl to purcna-er mat cannot be equalled
In Colorado, Texas or unv other place or by
"any other man." A large amount ot lands ol
the very best aualitr. in Alexander and Pu
laski counties, belonging to the Illinois Cen
tral Hsilroad company, lor the sale of which
we are the azcut. will be sold very
on such easy terms that a person ot industri
ous habits, with a very small sum of ready
money, can In a few year become the
owner of a productive farm. We have
plats and descriptions or ail lands offered
for sale and will take pleasure In showing
purchasers the property. Title to all lands
sold by us guaranteed, and shown Irom the
patentee when required by abstracts.
Ap-
IUT to .IUUN U. UAKHA IU..
Cor. Sixth and Levee st., Cairo, !JL,
June 7, 1873.
MILLER k PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AS
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
uu
f
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats,' Hay, etc.,
AGENTS iob FAIRBANK S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
-
WniTEGoiiiiAV
Wit, TEA, rrostrlelar,
ssttaaie
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
AMU
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POST'S
DOORS, SAUU, BLINDS
ORDERS SOLICITED.
8TIAMBOAT Lumbiu,
Karslstsd oa an rt: sotiea.
Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
Eleventh itreets
CAIRO:
liiiiXosrois.
COFFEY. PACE A CO.,
i' 4t w a n n i mi
A v
COMMISSION MERCHANTS-
P1AI.KM lis
nAY,
CORN,
OATS,
MEAL,
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
CAIRO, .ILLINOIS.
o-tftr
B. F. B R Y ANT,
v PreBrieUe .-
WA.XilTTJT IsALTT iT iB
NerweT.tyjitxtl SUeet,
Onio Lkvxe, - CAIRO, ILLS
AJl klnda of Liitnber. Oak, Poplar, Cy
presa, WaJasl, etc., OaJNartd in any pnrt
of tbe eltf lree of charg!'
t7Ptroaag aolldted, and latldactloa
guaranteed. 3-'tf.
muiur.
MRS. MoOEK,
Oa Elbtk Street, hwsaaOoaaerlel sad Wash
aatoa avenoee. le dallv raaalVUt
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
os vaa
latbst emt.sa ajso i.cuvir sttlm.
Mesiaseafall Uaeef
TBOJSI JTXtJ &e HTJLTa
- Ilnairaart aad natnmmad.J
nutftci PLuwnw. ubbumi, trimmimo-
of all kind. Laoes, ets., ate.
Mrs. HeOae bea alia a large aaaartm-it o
Psaay Arsleles, sueh a
KCK TI.S, OLI.Aaa, UNDKHSLKBVEfl,
Bern, BAauas, panb.i
Aad all other ertielee naually looad la a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Fancy and Millinery Ooods. ha a fine and
Complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
made Ladles' and Mlsaes' Shoes and Cull-
drens' Boots, Black and in Colors. These
are acknowledged to be the finest and best
ever In the market, aad this I the only
bouse the cltv that makes tbsm a specialty
C. WINSTON A CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
ae
AUCTIONEERS,
74 (SICO.fD FLOOB) OBI0 t.BVBl,
caibo, ii.i"
But and Sill Rial Estati,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF T1TLH
Aad presare OoBveTenoee of Hindi:
C. CLOSE,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer Iu
lrtSK,'CxuBST, Plastxb, Hun, Etc.
trio s i f. it
fTI will sell in car load lot at ro-nulac
turer' prices, adding freight. 4-2-tt
J. M. PHILLIPS A CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
Ala
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS.
Liberal Adfannomsiita mad
upon Oooslgsmsali.
Are proeand to reeeivs, store and forward
rrslfht to all polnu and buy and
ssll on oomrolsiloa,
SaTBoslasss atteBilel to prompilT;
S. D. Aran.
K. J. Avan
.VYERS A CO.,
FLOUR
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lkvbx, Cajro Ili.!.
l-7tf,
OJalHImBltSB ABB STSIBWABBIBO.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS
GENERAL AGENTS
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
ItOBAIYI,
DEALERS IN FIOURj
A4 Agsils e(
ORIS BtVBA AIP KAWAWIi
alt aocpja.xrrMis.
70 Ohio Lira,
Caiio, lutaiu.
C O P P ERAS.
CAR(BOMT'E OF LIME,
. ; PERMANGANATE OF POTASH,
OAH'iBO lic acid'powder
C H tO RIDE OF LI;ME,
FOB S-A.IiH JL.'T IjOW PEICHS
AT
BARCLAY BROTHERS,
DRUGGISTS,
COIlKR WASHINRTON AVENUE AND EIuIITII STREET. i
AUD
iTO. 7-i OHIO LLiVBE
i-in-ir
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
CAIRO,
The Sulut CbiuWil't vii uud widely known at tliu leading -.ud
LARGEST HOTEL IIT SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
And In all the appointment of n first-clan hotue, has no coiupetlor in Cairo, and no supe
rior In the Mate oilUldc of Chicago. ....
The .Salut Charles Is built In the most Millri and milistantial manner of brick and Iron, U
four itorlos In iiel;lit. exclusive or lia-ciiieni ami attic, na a frontage oi iiuieetonioe
Ohio river, 12A Iret on Second street and a wlnj; (or culinary purposes ; is in thorough repair
and win I'omrortaiiiv accoiiinioiiatc iiw guests, is now uoing a une paying uu-ines-, wnicu
will be larL-elv lnurta-L-il durinir tlio nroset vear bv the new railroads now belnc built Intn
Cairn, aud uhoac depots will be in clo-e proximity to tbn house. I
I'arllr. rililnir In .ii.-irn In thm hoir-1 luiilnitM Imvn now an excellent onnortunltv b
uurcnara tue entire proDcnv. or one-tniru
ciuuiuf.- lurnuurc ana fjoou win, on very retonuiie lerma, aiiow iigures, anu easy pay
ments. Address
Or G. W. COCHRAN,
44 l'erdido Street, New Orleans.
oboceriim,
II. A. Thorns L. D. Thorns
TIIOMS ii BROTHER,
Succesosrs to II, M. HuW,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
AXD DBALBRS Dt
Ntaple aad 1'aacy flracerlea,
I'oreljn and Domestic
131 rotmncrclal Aeuiie,
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS.
HERMAN SCHMETZSTOR F F,
(.Suocfisor to II. Thlelecke.)
Uealrr Iu All Ulnda
FAMILY GROCE1 IES
WASIUKOTON AVENUE,
BITWKKN- TENTH AND EI.ENKNTH BTRKETB
llavluc purchased tlie grocery rtablNb
meutol II. Thlelecke. 1 shall always keep
on hand n full and Irc-li supply of nil the
best goods In my Hue, to lie found in the
market, lly strict attention to huslnens,
and fulr dealing. I hopo not only to retain
alt tli ciiHtom the placo has enjoyed iu the
(int, but to add to thu list many new pa
trons. Asking :i fair sliuro of public patron
a"t. "itespertfully, Herman ScitMETzsToiirv
IMMIUUAHT ricm T
IMMIGRANT TICKETS
FOR SALE.-1 PorHllfOR SALE
ITOR BALE.) ForSai IFOR HALE
Kare from LivanrooL,
Fare from Londondbbkv
Kare from Glaboow,
Vara from Quebnbtowi
TO CAIRO, i t i : i : t 4 8'J0
H.ffonl, .Morrl & C'an.l-e A;"nU.
INMAN LINE
Uvereool Nan-ToiTaJiJ TtiJtA.Ulphia
Steamship Company,
ctsis costaict vif b raiTS smtss p sairiss
aoviasaaaT
For Cerr-iB th Mails
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
o irsTBsa issoaaiTina
lPI'LY TO JOHN U DALE, Aqt
II Bro4way, N.Tork, vr t
B)I
Wsshlsgtoo Avsaae Cairo, ininon.
I3ROMO GHLORAM7M
POWDERED CHARCOAL".
ILLINOIS.
inieresi wim uianaeemeni oi tne Dimness, ib-
JEwBTT WILCOX:,
Care of Ticknor & Co., ST. LOUIS,
TS TVRZLJ A VXOniBLB nOAJUTIOjr
M. compouj aimpir or ersu-Baowa ROOTS
CODtSBSd i
proptrtlca, which U
A..rltut, Nuwelon.;
UUioui. Th whols
a ia uair
BAtara aia cUm-i4
aaarsiM, aiursstvesaaAattl
ia Bnaanad la a .
.liuuUlror sdrltfrom the SDOAM OAJSl
kep Uiau ID auj flimsia, -ruca
p
LANTATI0N
BlTT
ok of tlia unl .llrble Tonic aad CaUtaal
tlraUlba wotu. -faayar taienaw strkeiyei
Domestic Tonic,
ouir to be astd se a msdteme, aad always
. Tny ere th shsel snrhov efthe BsM ee4
buiutad. nay act npaa a aJiawsl ttrs. .
BUBtQieas so suoai a -pasaas. aass a aaa.w aaa-ai
at onaa arookl alnaA. Aa a neaatv So erkh
Woaia a v sayaclauy aJi irt. ItleeareasasSB
every other attmnlaDt. Aaalprlaej a awl aaa i
mtr Taate. shey Bete a ee,aaLIay an J
mild end featw hugauveas w ea Teale. tbj
wuj the Blood, mi awaaasaaata Aiae ;
Tbey asakata sreak -itob. TWawtrraad.
irifcr-ae. za7cur nys-iifs.sj
Headache, ney aot ae a laaaAs
dlaordtre srak aadereslaetae biM
kodUfStrsafSki
ereak aevaeaa
!s.T-l86o-X,
Dioot, 53 Prk Ham, lew Yerk.

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