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OBrlnl roper of llifi City nml
C'osssstjr. lb !)' Mornlntr Itnlljr
Pr mbllaliril In Snulhurn llllsinla,
JOHN II. OHEKIiV. Mllor and Publisher
TKBMS Or T11K DAILY UULLETLV S
0n weak, My carrier $ 2S
Out year by urrier, In advance 10 00
Ou year by carrier It not pii! In
advance , i2 00
One month, by mall. 100
Three roootliK :i 00
Six month ft 36
One yaar 10 00
TUK DOLLAR MrEKKLY HtJLI.KTIN
John 11. Oberly hat reduced the tubscrip
Hon prior of the Wkkkly Cairo IIcllrtin
to One dollar per iinnum, making It tho
eauvjHii.nr ij iimu I In luttiarn Illlnol
ratting mistier on vxrry tnit.
Cincinnati has a comfortable and ro
auurlng way of making up Hi cholera re
port. Thui, Teuiday'ii "Three deaths
from cholera to-day. Ten or twelve deaths
from cholera morbus ind cholera Infan
Larqe fltes. ato reportod in tho prairies
of Michigan. Telegraph pnlos havo bean
burned, railroad tracks destroyed. V Men
aoon checked by rain, it is fearod that n
repetition of the distressing and ditaitrou
cenei of 1871 rill be witnessed.
Gov. AfsiJx of Mlnnosota, declines a
gubernatorial tblrd term on the ground
that It costs bin) threo thousand dollars
more per annum than his salary to live.
Jfe ought to be ablo to manago things so
that he could sign a back salary bill, and
double his own wages. This wonld raako
it all right.
Stokes Is dopressed again, tho verdict
in tho case of Win, L. Sharkey, convicted
of murder on .Saturday last, having had
bad effect on him. lie complains that
the close conllnement and linpuroalr of
tho prison Is weakeniug Mm. Stokes'
misery is certainly long drawn out hang
ing could not be much worse.
Ax account of the stationary account
of Jlr. Lowe, a mombcr of congress
from Kamai, is going tho rounds of the
newipapor press. Tho account Includes
tea, sugar, castilo soap, stay laces, lemons
and sal soda, from which It is fair to infor
that Mr. Lowe is. a high liver. "Wo find
twenty-llvo hundred pounds of sugar
among the items of this " stationery ' ac
count. Thore is no getting round tho fact
that Kansas etateiineo, congressman as
well as senators, aro peculiar.
Puor JlKtcnrsl he has been tbo vie- j
tim instead of tho victimlzer he has been
inoro tinned against than sinning ho has
been the tomptcd instead of tho tempter.
The over-fond women of his congregation
havo been to blame for it all, und that ho
has not fallen long ago, has been due, not
to their virtue, but to hit. Ho is a hero
and if he will now go torward, witn .lobn
"Wesley's advice to his preachers to "con
verso sparingly with women,'" inscribed
on his helmet, figuratively speaking, ho
will desorr8jnjin?mprtetn statue.
O.s- list Saturday a week, Frank I'
Martin, aged twenty years, wai drowned,
in the Little Wabash river, near Carmi,'
where ho bad gono to bathe. Ho selected a
place near tho dam of a mill and when
near tbe fall, was suddonlj drawn in und
sank to rise no moro. Eight years ago
two sons of tho same family were drowned
In the same stream near Grayvtllo, tho
ldr of whom sacrificed his own lifts in an
attempt to havo that of his younger
brothtr, wno had gono b.yond his depth
m tbe ater.
Tut St. Louis Democrat' says that St.
Louis is the hoalthicst city in tho Union
to-day. This is a mistake; according tu
its population, Cairo is tho healthiest
place in he Unit-d States; inconstant
danger of bavicg contajjious distasi,
brought to her shores from St. Louis
above us and Memphis below ; a sort of
way station for all tho pestllence-alllicted
paupers of tho Ohio, und l.'pper and
Lower Mississippi rivers, it still es
capos the visitation of nil epidemks,
and shows a uniformly healthy resident
population, unallllcted by dlieaso or the
fear of disease.
JUSTICK TO MR. CREI1S.
Tha Chicago 'Times,' in an editorial ar
at 1 .
io riTiwiLK th, list of senators and
rapraseuuiWei m congress who refused
Dct pay, classes tha Uon. John M
rai as oqo or tbe "repentant"' Illinois
mn. Tha Times' does Mr. Crebs manl
fast injustice. U voted ogs.lr.it the retro
actlTS) salary bill continually ; al th0 xm
oi tu nrsi lotrouuction iaLatbo houso on
tho Unth of Tebruary ; drTltbo twonty
Ightb of March, when .saptlon ws
made In tha houso to amBrvTona of thi
clauMi of tho appropriation bill, by In
erting a prorislon for incruaso ol tbi
alary of njemben -, on tbe lint of March
whan three icparata votes were taken, tho
last on of which was final, and which
fired tbe salary of members at six thou
aaua nve uunarea dollars a vear and ro
Ulned tbo back pay for.turo of thu bill
Mr. Creba' record is cloar on all tbos
TOtee and ho preiorved it untarnished by
returnlnK hit " back pay " at the earliest
possible moment after ho received it.
Wo make these statements because
Imply due to Mr. Crebs, aud be
cause the number of congreumcn whoso
course on tbe back salary bill is oqually
clear and defensible, it lamentably small.
l'ULLINO WIRES FOR
gpeciftl correspondeneu of the H. Louis
ToriKA, June 17, 1675.
Disappointment, which Is said to bo thu
"lot of man," iotnis doubly so with news
ppr men. Yesterday I carne here m
patting to get flrit-class sensation in thu
trial of Senator l'oineroy on tha charo of
th Tork brlhery. It bad btii announced
iuaoflcUlly) that lien, Butler and CaUh
'Utkisg would b her to defend tha c
Cttd. It wi alsowbUpred by knowing
obs frlacds of York that "tha thing
I wis ilxodj" that "'conviction was Inovlta-
tile;" mat the "old man " instead or tan
Ing charge of tbo King llrldgo Works,
would probably take a suit of rooms In a
large stnd commodious boarding-house a
short distance from Leavenworth, etc. A
contest oi.acted by such dramatic charac
ters as Duller, Ciislilng, York and Tome
roy, with such possible results, promised
raro tront lor the reporter. Accord
ingly I directed my course toward tho
capital, but my chagrin can only bo Im
agined when, on Hearing Topoka, I dli
covered tho ex-senator headed eastward on
a passing train. Tho case was called,
when Tomeroy's attorney asked ii contin
uance on tho g'round that he had been ro
centlr engaged in tbo case, and bad not
had iimo to put himself on the law and
fact. Ho stated that lor good and sulll
clent reasons Mr. l'onieroy had been com
pelled to change attorneys, Hethereliro
begged on tho ground of professional
courtesy that ho lo allowed further timo to
prepare hie case. Tho attorneys for the
state, Messrs. Ryan and Williams, insisted
on ii n immediate trial. Aftor nn elabor
ate argument the case was continued, Mr.
1'oincroy being bound in the sum of
s.u.ouo tor his appearance, and the wit
nesses lor the stato In $1,000 each. Thus
ended wnat might havo given a ncn re
port to tbe lovers ot tne sonsiuioniti. lie
foro tho docreo of contnuenco was dry
the ex-senator rushed i ' haste, not
even giving his (riends an opportunity to
congratulate him. It is positively stated
by those who are In cloto communion with
l'omeroy that he will be a candidate for
the placo made vacant by Caldwell. Po
litical undercurrents indicato such
course. .Senator York says that l'orueroy
can go into tno canvas wun more posi
tive strength this fall than hedid last, for
the reason that a great number of promi
nent and nblo politicians who were identi
Ami with him at tbo time of liis memora-
ablo and trade defeat would now labor
for him with an unwonted zeal, as an
only means nfreUorlni; them to thoirlost
estate. It Kansas, which has occupied
tho attention of tho country from the in-
clpicncy of its settlement to the present
timo, does not propose to sink Into obscur
ity. Sbo has had her bordor.rulllans. her
drouth and her famine. She has had her
(Juantrell and her l.awrenco massacre, j
Slid has had Jim Ls.no, l'omerov. York
and the Renders; and now the forces are
organizing for another crand political
tournament next winter. The combatants
n thn fray will be tho l'omorov and tho
anti-l'omoroy oloments. Both parties
will coquette with the Grangers, and thn
handful of Liberals will do a little bush-
whacking on both aides.
SAMUKL l WIIKEhKK,
ATTOKNEV & CnU.NSEI.OR AT LAW
Olili'c over Kir-t .N'atlonal bank.
WILLIAM .?. AI..I.KX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OlllreovcT Klr-t Natimial bank.
lohn II. Mutkey.
LA W j
Ofiiec, rear rooms over Hanuon's hook
NO. 121 COMMKIICIAL AVEHUK,
Uotwccn eventh and Eighth treet''.
OKKKN & OILHKHT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Willmm u oilbrt,
Miles P. ()ilk.orl,
Hpecia. attention gtten to Almlisltr tn1
irioK onto lvb,boour 7 and Sovsb
CITT WATIOHAI. IIAVK.
vo, si oiiio i.r.vi:i:,
Has been re-onencd. refurnished and rcno-
uted,aii'i I now In excellent condition for
thn entertainment of the public. It Is In
every way a nrst-class notei.
Day board i .VI
Hoard und lodging, from .'i to 7 On
Trail-lent, ii:r day Ill)
Od'.i 8m Proprietor.
i iiN CHtiHH sraKirr,
3ARM1, - ILLINOIS
llniid stabling connected with tho houc,
inu sjihiio room inr coiiimcrciai iratcitrt
Free omnibus to and Irom all train,
o Cmd. J. M. DAMKON. I'roprlet i
PB T K K (J U 11 Ii,
.vo, no omo i.i:v:i:,
3-'J0 tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD JUTTENHOUS,1 & HHQ
(jjueml Couimiaaioo Mercliati
HIS OHIO LKVKK,
THE CAIRO DAILY
Onr Home Advertisers.
Chnrlrreil Mar ttiXI, IMt.
CITY NATION L RANK, CAIRO
A. It. SAKKOKD, President;
8. 3. TAYI.UK, Vice-President;
11. HY3L01', Secretary and Treasure!
P. M. Hiaetii,
Hill. (1. Bcnm,
H. II, L.CKSISOHASJ,
U. 1 IllLLIDit
J. M. Pautm.
Depntlu of susy Asnossat Hewlresllron
! tenia upwaraa.
I MTKKE8T paid oo deposits at the rate ot an
x. per com. per annum, Marcn Island Bptenv
ber 1st. Interest not withdrawn u f.rfii1 imm
dlately to the principal of thn deposits, tbereb)
KiriuK iiieui i-uiiipuuoq interest.
KARRI ID WOMIH AND CUILDRKN MAT
SO T1UT DO Olt 1L11 cm Mill IT.
Open e?er buln dv from 1 a.m. to 3 n.m..
and Hturday eT-.QK tor BaVlNO LKI'OSlTt
dqi( rrom vo o ciock.
itl W. 11181,01'. Treasurer
THE CITY NATIONAL
UA I HO,
W. P. HALLIDAY, Preil.leDt;
HKMItT I.. UAU.IDAT, Vice.rreIJrnl
A. B.HAVFOHD, Casliler;
WAI.TKPt IITHLOP, AslUoOaihicr-
HriiTs TATton, ltmT 8. Ci'Mnixuiiia
llanar L. UasxiMW, W. P. Halliijit,
(lio. I). WitxuiMOK, BrtPHia Hup
A. b. HirroiD.
Kaclinusre, Coin and United SltatM
Bonds Bought and Hold.
!4P09ITS recelfed, and a aenerat Laoklsk
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
II. W. .MII.I.KH, President.
.1. M. Pidi.mps. Vlce-Pre'idcnt.
Ciias. Ctr.N.MXdiiA.M, C.uhier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY M-lIJK
EXCIIANOK, coin, hank note and Unilf
atstm fecurlllex bought and o!.l.
Inlnreal Allowed on J line Deitoatta.
1 II II,. UUWAIID,
ST RAMBOAT BUT CHER
Cllr Nallnnal Bimh Bnlldlnsr.
aB.Hpecial attention ail toorilers from siesm I
IIYI.AXD & SAUKH,
A.VU PCALK1IB IM
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OK KVEKY l)KOHIl'TION,
Corner 10th street und Commercial avcnil
next door tu tbe 11 j land saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AN II IiEALLR IN
KlOUTII Sthext, Hktwskn Wajiiunoto.s
Adjolnlav Bl'tcnhouatt ansl Mutiny'.,
Keep in cesi or ueei, fork, Mutton Veal
Lsmb, Sausacii, etc., nit are preparei to serte
cltisnni In the most aoeeplable manner.
((accessor to .lames liynii.trm.)
UoTciiKit and Dkalbii im all Kinhs or
C'OKNEII Nl.NKTK.NTlt AND 1'OPI.AH 9T.,
Iluys and slaugbtera only the licet eallle,
Iiokh and sheep, and is prepared to fill any
demand for fresh meats Irom one pound to
ten thousand iinuitd.
WINBN AMI) LltiOUHSJ.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, keep consUatlj un htnj a most cum
Pitt sleek uf
80OTCH AKD tklell WUIBKIKS
sort, Maderla, Hherry and Catawba Wines
11. Miillh k Co. are also acelile Im Siicn
eer. MiKjiy ACo.N l'llislmii; i.,-,r, , ' ,
Has now ou hand all kinds ot
DRV COitD AND STOVE WOOD
Korsule. Leave oiders at
WU KH'O K'b fi'l'OIIK,
BULLETIN, THURSDAY, .Ib'NE 20, 1873.
'HZAi; liaTATC "'"
JohnQ. Ilanii.ui. Clia. Tliritpp
.JOHN Q. n All MAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS!
Xorlh C,r. ! ltU nLnssil olilo I,es-e
Ofl'er lor sale nt low llzltrct and cay term
IIiii following real eMiili :
No I An elegant cott.igp, romer '1 welftli
and l.ocnt trect, ST ami SH, l 1, third nd.
Lots uboe urade, ft lots In Ii 4, In what U
known a Hi J "Uidgc Mock;'' thoc loli run
through the block lrom Kiftecnth to Six-
teeutli fltecti, and the bct nl"Utioii (irop.
crty in the city adjoining property highly
No '1 I.onn and I. h ir, city. Washington
avenue, botweeii Thlrteentliaiid Kolirtct nth
trccl, wct side. Hood two-story tmlldiug
on cacti lot.
Noil .lo, vae.mt lotn.i and (I. adjolnlne
the aboe Lot II, b '.';t, city,
mi .Sixth Mrcet. otith hUh:
between Commercial utid Whlti)rton ave
nues, will be -old In tracts to Milt iiirennker,
verv low and nneav term.
S4 Loin 7 and f. b'. romer ol Kour-
teentli and Poplar clrcet", front nn Poplar
street, et hlilc, opposite pot-olllco block.
.No r Cli ent l liuinci ijlltKlliiL'. rest
deuce In m-ioihI vtorr. l rooiui. hall and
front and rear stulrway. water on both Moors,
In number one conn lion: titiiateii nn nonu
we corner ot Commercial ueuilo anil
Twcllth ftrcct. A nat bargain If xild
Sn II lit T and I to. lt ail. small
hntlse ami uMc nn lot, Mi'M urnllUil, cor
ner Po)lar and Twi-nty eljhth Mreol..
I'rli-e .V0, nnc-h'ilf rall.
-Vo 7 lot and new cottage In No 1 order,
ball, thrtc room and kitchen, nn Ttw'iity
llret urei't. To splendid lot In court
hnii'c lilnek on Poplar street romer.
No S Twuvcrj desirable ImMnr hoiivcn
ant two lot", on sixth street between Com
Mcrclal and Washington :neiuit, will In
kM nt temm to pay purchaser rental nf 'J.'i
per cent cn investment.
No ll-SIx lot" In b 2!l, lt ad. High
ground. yiMOcarh on ray pamelit.
No 111 A welMliiliroved l.ir'm on tin- .Ml..
sllppl III MI-onri, ! mllei below Cairo.
J7.' acres, u large portion under ellltlatlnii,
llrst-claM dwelling hoiie, liarn nud out
building. Will be s-oll very low or ex
changed Inr Imprnveil Cairo property. A
great l.argain ran he bad by appljing soon.
This property In worthy the examination ol
any pcron who desire to engage In faun,
lug. a it certainly l one of the moil fertile
anil productive tracts of land In the coun
try. Nn 11 A splendid two-tory resilience on
nortu-eat rorner of Walnut and Ninth
trects, with two Iot.i very ilelrablc prop
uity. o 12 Lot IS and 19, U 7'.i-v)iilh idc oi
Twcnty-llr-t Mrett. o)ipoilu Convent
lllock "very doirnble lor residence pur
No I." A well improved lann of 210 acre':
On ticrcMinderctiltlvatloit; lioiie.rnI bani
good orchard, bearing trees; running water
through (arm above ovenlow. One ipiartrr
iniu fjoni tatlon and depot ol Cairo Ar St.
Louis nniinu.i. win he .-old on es-v term
lor $12 per acre.
A KINK CIIANCK TO!! I.N VK8TMKNT.
In addition to the loregolng we oiler lor
ale. or Ieac, a large number of meant lot.
In dlljerent jiarti ol the city, embracing No
I hii'Iiie-4 and reildeneo pnipunr
In unimproved lands, we have for nle
ovvrt.iou acres In Alexander and PulaWI
I'oimilc-, at prices ranging from i'i toils
per acre, and arc prepared In niter imliier
ments to rmrcna-crs mat cannot he equalled
In Colorado, Texah or any other plai n or bv
"any other man.'' A large amount ol landot
tbe very be-t quality, in Alexander and Pu
laski counties, belonging to the lllinoi Cen
tral llallroail eompany, tor the sale of which
we are the agent, will be mid wrv low and
on such easy terms that a person ot" Industri
ous habits, with it very small mm nt ready
money, can In a few years become the
owner of a productive (arm. We have
plats and descriptions of all lands offered
for nalo and will take pleasiiro In showing
purchaer the property. Title to all land
jnlil liy ii Ln. .ileeil. 1im1 -houii (ro
patwiloe when renuired bv abstract,
ply to .loll.V IIAKMAN A CO..
( or. Sixth and Le ec t., Cairo,
dune :, is;n. '
'!': '. o.s """iii'p.il. i ml -howri Iroin tbu
WHITE COLLAIlHiANINO mTll
S WAl,ri:Hs, frnprlelor,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SlilNOLKti, CEDAR I'OSTrf
doohs, sash, blinds
Furnished on stortesi notice.
Commercial evontic, between Tenth and
On Klfihth Hlreet, helween Commercial an J Wash
UKton Asenuei. la UI1t recelTlof
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATKCT M'HINn AND hL'.M.MKIt HTYLKB,
lleslilts a lull line of
BOITILTIEI'B Ac HATS
ITrininiMl and UDtrimmeii,
FhENUH FLOWKRH. HIBI10N8, TKIMMINfl
of all kln.li, Laces, etc., elo.
Mrs. Msflee has .Uo a lre uiorlmeat i
Ksncy Arliclei, such as
NKCK Tl.VM l. Oni,LAH UNDKKHI.KEVEH.
And all otter articles usually found in
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORK
Mrs. McOce. In addition to her Htoek ol
raney and Millinery (loods, hits a fine and
Complete assortment of Clnelnn.itl Custom
limde Ladles)' und Mls,e SIioch uud (Jbll
drens Hoots, lllaek and in Color. These
ureaeknowledKed to he tho tinest and best
ever in tho market, und this Is the only
house the eltv that makes them a seeiu!ty
TEUTONIA L I V E INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
CKNT'L.OFriCE, 172 WAhHINOTONST.
This Oenuan Life Insurance Company
Kuaratitees not only 1'aliMip 1'oIIcIch but
a so a Value In Cash on the Noii-forfulturo
JOHN A. HUOK, .
IOHN W. I'JIUESS,
Asent for Cairo and vlclulty.
SECTION NO. 47.
..b?1?'.1.'0.1,1 r.rI'rnmotlni;Llfe Insiiianee
ud hick teller by weekly dues and mutual
io.iiperatlon In objects of publlu benollt.
, I'u j; lo Insurance l'olleles will bo issued
" tlm ieiitoniaLlfo I iisuranco Company.
H. MEYERS, I'rosident.
IOHN W.l'RUESS, Ao't.
Our Homo Advertisers.
4'O.W.niastlOH WEWt'nA 5 TH.
ii. .M. ALDKN A ClC
FLOUR AND COMMISSION
No. 135 Ohio Lkvke, CAIRO, ILLS
JOUN B. PHLLI3 & SON,
ifluoeatsort to John 11. Philhs,)
DEALKR8 IN HAY, CORN, OATS.
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c.,
Con. TKN1H-BT. ami OHIO LKV
I. II. MAT HUM..
) O VIM.
MATH U 33 k UHL
Commissi on M k r c h ants
1AY ANDWBSTBRN I'KODUCK!
O St ll 1.KVKC
MUiLKR k PARK Kit,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oftts, Hay, otc,
AOESTS for KAIRIJANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIHO. ILL1NOH.
COFFEY. PACE & CO.,
A K II
nAlllitri,,iiT iinnnti i nr,r,
II A Y,
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
GENERAL COMMISSION' MKItCH NT
And dealer In
Lime, Czmkst, I'lam kb, Haib, Etc.
Xu SSIila l.rrr.
ISTl will sell In car load lots ut nunillac
turen' priees, addlns Ireiyht. 4--J.lt
J. M. PIIIJ.LIPS & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
iSJgCJ Liberal Adiancerneuls made s.
upon CooslgnmenlH. Sls
Are pretarel to raceiT, store and forward
rreliihtt to all points and bur and
sail on commission,
WDuelnes attended to prompUr;
HALL IDA Y BROTHERS
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
K It t) II A . TH.
DEALERS IN PI OUR;
And Aiients of
OHIO HIVMH ANfl KAAWIIA
SALT CO:m:3?-A. JSTIICH .
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
W. II. Mortis,
No, put,, aid tl.H Oom
F1RK, UULL, OAROO, LIVK STOCK
tssts '4'''SU4 '
Asset ...U.Tss.ooo oo
! IIAHTFOK1), CONN.,
"p uiirrux iiihtkiiui, '
1 HfEMX. IIARTKUKl),
At.st - M7.1 SS
AMRIU0AN CENTRA U MO
CONN KCTICCT MUTUAL. I.IFK.
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TKAVEI.F.IW, IlAHTFOIlt). I.1FK AND
Assets I II.WO.CO
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KAlf.WAT l-ASWENOEIW ASaUHANCE
FIRE AND MARINE
1 1ST S TT JR .A 1YT C B
sriAOAItA, N. T.,
OEHUAMA, .. T.,
Asset 1,W,7II 7k !
HAMOVKH, .r. Y., 1
AsseU.... - ..Tis HI V I
HII'CIILIC, tf. r.
! AMst. 7H,'yn I" I
CnmprUlattlhr L'n.lerwrilers' Aeet,j,
rONKKHf, M. r.,
As. el...... TS 1(1
j ALIIANY CITT,
j As 'el IM.1IJ
rtHKUKx'a ru.in, i. r.,
j BSXUIUTV, tf, Y. WARIN8,
' testis ... 431,8111
' mores. Dwelllna. Furniture, Hulls an I Csr
I oe, msure-l at rate faTprahle as soun 1, per
1 menent security will wsrrsnt.
reepes-tfully a.k of Hie cltlsansot Ca-
C. .. llt'UIIKN.
CAIRO CITY COALjBAG MANUFACTURERS
Is prepsrsl to snp.ii omirnn (i tl
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS ,
OO A T i.
OltDKRS left at lUllidar Urns, olllre. e I
omo i.kvkr, or at the Coal Yard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will receive Dromnt atten
tion. Tho 'fro "Montauk" will brlmr coal
j '"""'de to tes.mer. at my hour r
A. J. ROE, M. 1)7, "
Having pcimmi ntly located In (.i.lro.trnder
his rirolt slonaljp sun lees to the Inh.iliitauts
ot the city and Mcinlly.
Residence and olllce (for the prc-ent) ror -
ner Walnut and Twenty-llr-t street, where
he may ho eon-ulted at all hour. G-.VJm,
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R. S. BRIOIIAM, M. P.,
lloineopiithle l'hy.leian and Surseon. Of-
lice i:!iW.'oiiiiiirriialacnue. Itesldcncecor-
ner ot KlecutlianilCedarstrcet. U'l tl.
DR. B. C. TAREK, rA,tr' ,,iTBS.
Will rcsumo the practice ol tils profession t
with especial reference to the clectrlca '-pT A ritrQTVrTrntT
treatment ol diseases In all the new and Im- -I JK fc JVL IUJ 3
proved methods of application, i
in au cases or leinalu complaints a ad)
will he In attendance.
Office, l'Jd Commercial avenue, up etalre.
U. WARDNER, m. d.
Olllcn and Itcsldenee 111 Commercial - ivc -
me, (next door to the Atheiiciiini.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
pEaiDENCE-.No. SI Tlurt.enth street, be.
,f,we.e,'' w""IDKlon aeniiand Walnut street, i
OlBoe lid GomriiercUl areuue, up stairs.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
.........i.-ilhi, m. o u m., and p.m
DR. G. E. POCGliAS,
A constant Slimilv ol tilire Mlroit (Kl,l
Oas. fur the painless extraction of teeth, nt
thu Dental Koonis of lr. Iou;la, nicces-or
to Dr. A. .M. Austin, Klghtli street. wu
" . ' '
r.. L Aviit
H. D. AYKHH.
AVERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MEROHANTS
is.0. 10 UJIIO LKVKK, Cauio, Ills.
PARKER 4 RLAKB,
WALL PAPER, PAINTP, !
"ut, X.ntiu,, o.iir, '
o "W ax..faa.
l the celelTsted llliiininallnii I
AUHORA OIL. ,
BMH'LDILDINO OOP llTII iT. A OOM ,
Our Homo Advertisers.
And buy j our
.mc, . T.T na
BOOTS S TT O .E 3
l-..r.T r,.l tere... Ar
I am now pijpareil lo manufacture al
spring styles, such a patent leather, morrni'o
bucL und rnll-KIl boot. Shoe, wllh liov
fiii., unrL aillsl ttllkltt s.sI.sm I. LotlMiu
Bml ,,cvrl r,,,! nra"y other t)le you wlli
j , n.0 ,a,m,t.rK an ,.X,M ,,usty
, 0f imijt., (,(,iv, .My material and wuru-
maiislilpnri'Wttrrastfiltnbi! nl the best.
am ileti-rmliird to not bo undersold lor thr
same ipiality ol goiMl.
liepalilng dune neatly and nn nhorl
nollie II. .Ionfs..
XKW HOOT AND SIIOK STOHK
, Al ,.-N- i lh. u,;ll ,,..
Coiisru o- Ukvkntii Stiik.kt ank Wsii-
IMHoN AXKM C
r. i n o, ill i .v o .v.
, Where I llivlle all the eltlzeni of Cairo
I ami surrounding country to call and ai-n II
!''':' c?'i",:., i,u "". j m n wtj-
low. I Iiavp mliiit)'i Dm old motl'i. " Phe
, M,,P .p, , t,.scr ,:ltl 1 Slow Sit.
Vtfr . Hanny wirflics the
public 1 br: iiilorincd that lit
lias on hand a Stock of Drv
(joimIs and Carpets ns oten-
sivc as any in the Southwest,
and that ho is determined to
, ( (JVOrV article ilt pl'it'Ca
lower than the lowest. CaI
'on him to-day and examine
goods and prices. He will
Satisfy Voll bl)tll H3 to (IllalitV
REM IS, KKOY.V Ac CO.,
Aoems Home Cotton Mills
NO. '0 Ohio l.evcc, Olro. III.
WAIM) k ROBERTS,
J X T IB HRj S
Dialers i.i Wi.vdow Shades,
, " ALr 1 xrtR' 1 VRK " ,UTn
Lkad, Ll.VSIKD Oil
. AUHORA OIL
, Sl'IKlT.s TunriNTI.vi, Olit.
' .Shki.lic, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
WaHilnston avenue and Kloventh street,
A" 0' " ILLIVOI
Cur lllrvsith nml Pupl sr .,
, Informs the public that lie hascngaifeu tho
si , n r hi n r iri-rins amtn niaKerann
1 nl'"!l Flrt-elas Hore shocr and Is ready
to manufacture and epairall kinds of work
in thi trade with njialr and dispatch.
i-W LllVJiltl aTAUiili
'aTTSITP T r -9 T r- m . v v .
IIITWIIN WASU'W AVINOI AMU WALMU1
"' F' ''"?:, PW'
L I V K K V S TABLE
on tbe norlhweit unie of Tulh street as naia
'", 1'sbles will be furnishod with none hut th
' --,-,, ,
i AND OOOD VEHICLES.
P"d tho public may be accommodated at al-
i hours of the duy and night with aafe teams
un iue io vest terms.
it. r icius unkh a snare oi puniic patronage
and will endeuvor to merit it by fair doaliiis
and strict attention to bus'i ' "
For Sale nt WIioIohbIo or Rotoil.
OOUNEIl U2U.8TBEET AND OIIIO LEV 81
'. j h ahmc
nkV YORK STOitK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
tAHOIST VABITT ITOOK IN TH St OUT
GOODS SOLD VKRV CLOtJK.
Vo'm' ' mi A&Z?