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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROHtoOR.
rrfiJa BULLETIN.
OUR CHUROHKS.
CHRISTIAN CnUHClT-Klfhtrenlli etrid
"ketweea WMhlBstonMd walnut.
Metttag every bilB'Isy nt 101 . bi., and 8
f. J. ,,
Msndsy school ir.l p. m.
'Prayer meeting Wednesday eve nlng.-
ntSSBYTRRUN-aiktB Btreel.
PrMcktaC, Stbbslh at 101 t.B. and 7 p.Bl
FiwrmcoBfJrWeaMsuy at7p. m.
laboetk BebooTs p.i., J. M. LiMirn, 8u
periauadent. ' Brv. H. . Tains, Fetter
NKTHODIST.-Cor. Elfhtk Bad Walnut BU.
I'mCUlf, BBOOBUI 10 a.".., W1 ip.Bli
BftbU RetM; 1. p.Bl. l"w. MUlwell,
riUPerlBteadSBt. KKV. F. L. THOMPSOV,
Patter.
CHURCH OF TU1C BKDE10tl2l Kl'l'ce
tenriBf Trtwrert, Sabbath 101 a.m.
BIT. XS. VWAJf, IHUIQr.
8T. PATRICK'S CHURCH-Nlath fit. and
WBaUagtM AreBue.
PubH service, Sabbath 8t10 nd 10 a.m.
Vesper, 7 djm.
abuaU BsaooL S p.m.
Henrico every jsay, 8 s.bi.
Bvi 'fTi. 'O'HaIAORA., Priest.
hT. JOSEPH'S CUUKCU.-Germii,) cor.
ber of Walnut Bad CroM stresw.
Mbm, every (Sabbath t 10 o'clock a. m.
Vepen, 2 p. Be.
Mbh durlag week days, 8 o'clock a. at.
Bav. C. UovniAM, Priert.
GKBMAN LUT1UCBAN CUUBCH 13 th
street between Washington Avenue aad
Walnut street.
Preaching Sunday moraine at 10 o'clock.
Stbbalii School at I o'clock p.m.
Bar. 0. Dorrbcmr, Patter.
YOUNG MKN'8 CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. lUgult BMotlag Moead Monday
aoUsaoatan their room ever Rockwell
Co'e book store, Cotnmsretal avenue.
Weekly Prayar aaeetlag, Friday, 7i p.m. at
the room.
L. W. StuxwsijU Pmldeat.
SECOND MISMONABY BAPTIST
CUUBOU. Conor Syaamors and Forty
Mm Btreete. i Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. at aad o'clock p. m.
suaday SeVool 1 o'clock p. m.
The chorda U coaneoted with the Illinois
AsioclatloB, by the First Missionary Hap
Uit Church ol Cairo.
HKV..BOLOMOM Lrokabd, Paator.
AFRICAN XBTUODIST. FoiirUenth, ba
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Senrlcoa, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sabbath School, 1) p.m.
Vlaaa rneew at s p.m.
BKCOSD FBKB WILL BAPTIST Klf-
laeatlt Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Serrkee Sabbath, Hand 8 p.m.
" . Bav. M. Bicu, Paator.
rBEE WOX BAPTIST HOME MISSION
SABBATH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
aad Cedar Street..
Sabbath School, 9 a.m.
rUWTPtUffiWlLL BAPTIST CUUliCU
ftirrw'm Rimeki
Umfo. SabUth 11 t.m., 3 p.m. A 7ip. m,
Bav. Wkl. Kjmaey, Paator.
riEST MWS10SABY BAPTIST CHUBCH
-Cedar, le tween nuta asa i w s.
Preachtag Sabbath, 10i ,m. and 74 p.n
Prayer BweUng. weaneeuay evening.
SSbWUWotay.nB.rer
mm Man aiaai ttmxriat n d rati .
BV. f . J. 8HOKKB, Paitor.
SECOND BAPTIST CHimCH-Fouenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. Tho
only BapUtt church rccoghlxed by OieAi
aociatloa. Serrtcei. Sabbath, 11 a-m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Brv. Jacob Ubadlby, Kldcr.
BKURET ORDERS.
THE MASONS.
0A1BO COMMANDEBY, NO. 180
AaeemWy at the Aay lum Matonlc HaU, flnrt
and third Mondaya In each month.
0AIBO COUNCIL; No.a4.-Begular Convo
caSoaatMaaonlcHaU, the second Friday
OAWOCUAPTEB No. 71.-Beguiar Con
vocation at'Masonlo Hall, on the third
Tuesday ol every month,
JAUtOlIODGE, No. M7 . A A. M.-Regu-lar
Oommunlcattona at Masonic Hall, Qie
second and fourth Mondays of each month.
THE ODD-FELLOWS.
aXEXANDKK LODGE, Sle-MeeU In Odd
reUows' Hall, la Artcr's building, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
STATE OFFI0ER8.
Governor-John L. Bcvcridge.
Auditor of 8Ute-C. E. Upplncott.
Snpt. PubUc iMtructloar-fNewton Bateman
CONO&EoSMr".
Seaatort-Blcbard J. Ogleeby and John A.
'teprewataUTB Elghueath DUtrlct Inacc
ynnm fjFN kmATj ASSEMBLY.
TnnTwiBtatlves In the Mth dlHrlct.-
Jobn H. Oberly, Win. ALemma and Math-
dsiiator for the BOth dlttrlcL-Jesie Ware.
.......... ..nuanntu
omcurr co cat.
Judse D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
State's Attorney-Patrick U. Poie.
Clerk-B. S. Yocuat.
Sharif A. H. Inrtn.
Wak Martin Assessor and Tret;urer.
COVMTY COUBT,
IwocUMe-J. B.McCriUaadS. Marohll-
M0rk Jacob O. Lyaeh
Caroaer Joha H. Goat
MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT.
Uavor Joha' Wood.
PeJaWrat-'' n-,vB1 3
J.
BSSlaBdOhi.f of Pollee-Wm.McHale.
. wT-.t BM.J.& A ralfft urMKr. I
MeBWerstoucac-,- M)7
V.
and
id P. A, Coaaat. . Vtf-V;
nut mZilJmn. JUby
Kour wird-0. f NUls aad M. J.
"vrTSid-Jao. H. BoMnson and Wm.
M. Horrii
n iviu. B.'J. ATM
AYEB8 A CO.,"
,P Xj O XJ
, VNLl y y
obtiob, BtriiiiOnTiiT aitriiiDiisra-, cor. istk bt:r:e:t a.xtd wA.sirxisro-Tonjr AvajinraD
iiiipffii
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
CHIME.
PnoOKKDINOS IN THK WAT
WORTH MURDKR TRIAL.
NUMRRR .X)P'THR PRISON
RU'S FRIENDS IN COURT.
tue mother of ihk accuskd
TAKKSTHK WITNESS STAND, r
F.TU
KTO ,
KTO.
W ALWOKTII n Tlttlt,.
ntxr Tona, Juno Tho (rial of
Frank Walworth Tor ilootlng h't father,
Miniflcld Tracy Walworth, waa r.iutnod
tbti mornloe. Aliodt thirty frloodi and
rlatlont of th. prlioner woro It) court in
deep mourning. The prlioner'e uothor
at betide bltn. The other,, relation prei
ent wero Mr. Chancellor Walworth, Kef.
Clarence Walworth, brother of dacaatiil,
and three young ilttert aad a young
brother of the accuRed ; Oon. Hardin and
L. Hardin, unelct of acciued: Rot
Backus and wlfo, brother-in-law and tttteV
of decoated. Tho Urtt wltncii called
waa for thed.fente, Mr. A Khart, tho g en
tletnan who occuplod the room In the
Sturterant homo adjoining that in which
the tragedy occurred, aad wao hat already
tortlfied for tho pronecutlon. He raid be
did not hear any cry of murder, and that
tho only worda ho could dlttinguiah of the
convcnatlon taking place wero the words:
"Hope mother." Could not make out any
connecting lentence. Kit. Jonathan C.
Mtckut teetifled accuted wat a youth of
escnllent character an 1 much attached to
hit rnolhor. Mrt. Backut, Judgo Backui,
Joicph White, John R. Putnam and Wil
liam C. Barritt, all of Saratoga, gate drat-
Inr tcttttnony, aleo Anion N. Boyco, and
Attorney Van Blow, the latter principal
of a boyi' boarding tohool at which young
Walworth attended. The mother
of tho pritoner noxt took
tho itand. .but wat withdrawn
to giro place to Iter. Clarence
A. Wat.
worth, a Catholic clergyman,, who tettl-
flod ho Tjat the eldeit and only brother ol
decerned. He madenoallution to family
Wndali esnaptad in ba ttaradail tnr thn
Wenand eld he k.ew ancu. Irom
and courteoui youth, whole character wat
at near porfect at may be. Tho wltneet
contemplated traTelllng in Kurope
a year with the pritoner for a
companion, and on that tubjoct rocoivod a
letter from htm in Albany, dated Sunday
beforotbo tragedy, but on Monday boforo
receiving the letter bo ot a telegram from
the pritoner't mother taying Frank had
gone to Now York, ibo rared, to meet
hit fathor. The next communication wat
a telegram Tuesday morning, that Frank
had ihot hit father.
Mr. Ellen Hardin Walworth being
tworn laid: 1 am the motnor or f rank
Walworth; I waa married to MantDild
T. Walworth In St. Peten church, Sara
toga Bnrinet, 18S2, on JulyZt. and re-
sided at lbs chancellor's house, which my
mother now owns: lived thero till tha
summer of 1841 j the chancellor's family
and my two brothers resided in the house
at thaiame time J In tho summer of 1801
I coated to live at Saratoga, and went to
Kentucky, near Louitvillr, my brother
amuel going with me, and all
my chlldroa lived thoro till
1807; my buiband did not go thore; lived
in Keutucky threVyeati without seoing
him; It did not remain iaSnratogo when
I won) to Kentucky ; he promised to meet
ma there j where he want Ikno nothing;
during the fir it winter ,he was in Wash
ington, and I had a country place , tarae
lies from LoultvJIlei tho means with
which I supplied my family were the
chanoellor's ; tha chancellor vitlted m
there, and three years after that event
my husband came to lea me j be stayed
about 0 weekr, I next taw him in Saratoga
the following summer) stayed thero about
a week) in jJocemner ioiowiug i saw
blpa at a boarding bouse in Madison
ave ; I went to find employment, but not
succeeding went and secured a permanent
position under the government ; I gath
ered my children around me, and put
Frank at college in Georgetown wat 18
months a government clerk, during
which time my husband wat
with hit brother Claronce
tt A,Un, . whw x WM
a - . a. - II
dlte barged, owing
went to Saratoga
to the family mansion and opened a board
lug house, and remained tnereiwi ucioixr,
1869, during a portion of which time my
husband was with me, Frank being tbea
in Louisville; at the urgent request of
Chancellor Walworth I came to New
York, to a, bouse la Twenty-third street,
belonging to a Mrs. Montrose, my children
being with me; tha very, day of my ar
rival I was taken ill, and continued so till
takes (o say brother's house. in Buffalo;
I soon after, want to Kentucky, asa the lol
lowlr. Vmrner Mansfleld' Walworth 'fol
lowed a romalned 'three weekt, after
which ba want o Saratoga;
ipent. the summer of )800 in
Baratogai .deceased was tbera for three
aaufilM. whole fatally was there
together , I than want baek to Kentucky;
daooana aaave than ia 1847, aad taesaiaed
UUhlataUBr-t tlaallli IMrtrad at tha
my
i.Btsej i,mmm - any atliwta
OAIUO.
Mcopt Fraah, baok to Saratogt; Frank
itayodwlth his ancle Umuel; docetud
was living trlth bis brother Clarence and
we dlsoutsed the uettlon of a future rett
dene, but came to no understanding
about It; InMovemhir, lh70, I went to
my mother'' houic on B2J street, Now
York, Mr. "Walworth being .with
me, and we romalnod there
till our flnal separation, on tho 30th of
January, 1871; I then went with all my
children to Judgo Harbour's, and stn:e
then have not Men dncoaiod ; legal pro
ceedings for a limited dlvorco were com
meoced in the supreme court, Jnnuary 1"
1671, and ou tho 8th of April, 1871, a dt-
croe of separation wat pronounced ; on
tho .list of July following, the
decree was modified to allow Mr.
Walworth to tee hit children once a
month i after I left Judae Barbonr't I
weal to my liiteav Mardla, at the
Hoffman house I then went to brother-
in-law Clarence and romalned thoro tbreo
woeks; next went to Dr. Backus', taking
my children wljh me; from there I went
to the old hotneitead at Saratoga, and re
mained tbero evor tinea with my children;
Mr. Walworth addrestod me by letter fre
quently nfter our separation; a ft or I left
him my youngest child wm born; being
delicate taotn Its birth, it died In January,
1872; Mr. Walworth never came near the
home, and never taw the youngett child.
I did not always receive bis letters; for
the flrtt two or three montht I did, but
after that it wat.pnl oocatlonly that I
received thorn ; thero -tat no mala person
In the houte who could protect me except
my ton Clarence Walworth tpoko to mo
on Tour May beforo tho otcurroncc,
about taking Frank with hitu to
Europe; 1 told Frank of It that
evening and fee. tiemed gratified, but
said bo should think about it ; ho gave
gratified anent to tbe proposal ; on Fri
day be went Billing "with his younger
brother to Saratoga lake, and returned
about tlx p.m. add retired early; on Sat
urday be was arranglng,hls.cloihet, books
and other thlngt, and weot twinging In a
grove; on Sunday hetiept till late; tome
young friendt of hi called in th after
noon, and they went to walk In the woodt,
he wrote a letter on lhatday, and uktd me
for tome note paper, which I gave him;
on Monday morning I cam down early,
and toeing Frank in tne hall, said i "You
are up early I'' Be .mad tome cmubI
roply and went out from tha door ; 1
thought he had gona toth1 tprlngt, aad at
tha breakfast table aiked why ha did not
return ; some one iald,had gono away and
left menage that If he was
not back to supper ba woatd
not bo home that day ; I went to his room
and on looking around found an empty
envelope In the hand-writing of M. T.
Walworth; I telegraphed to Father Wal
worth, and to Judge Barbour, but could
Meertaln nothing about him; I then be
lieved he had gone to Troy.
Tbe envelope! the found was producsdi
post-marked May 80, Mrs. Walworth
identified a document which proved
to be a stipulation modifying Athe
decree of divorce signed by her, nod laid
she had a counterpart of It signed by Mr.
Walworth.
She supported horsolf and children by
her own exorlions, with tho exception of
about 35 received Iron, the Walworth
ottate; while she lived wTtb M. T. Wal
worth he always carried a pistol.
A pistol ybejog .produced shs said
originally belonged to a Mr.
AJams who it Dow dead, and which wat
given by Mrt. Adamt to Frank to take
caro of tome time In ,1870 ; tine that time
ho bu bad charge of it. ,
Mrt. Walworth then procoedqd to tay
that the was given a' large package of let-
Unity Frank under promite mat tne
would not read them ; they wero from Mr.
Walworth ; she had also found several of
his letter since his death in Frank' sec
retary; he identified on wbloh she said
Frank must bav Men; this letter 'wm
dated Augutt 13, supposed to be In, 1872
and Mr. O'conor put it in evidence, to
gether with that dated May 80, 1873, wbloh
Frank bad tont to nit uncie enoiotea in
hit own letter; district' attorney not ob
jecting Mr. O'Conor read two lettert to
the.Jury :
IBAMK b Lima.
Sabatooa, N. Y., ttunday, 173.
Daa Ukclb Mother told me ef an
invitation you extended to ate to accom
pany you to Kurope. Having only re
cently any detlre to go to Europe, tho In
vitation wm particularly acoeptioie, ana
m I Wiiild have to leave here toon any
way to attend law school, I told her on
ber intimating that you wished an an
twsr ia tha morning that she might say I
wouio line to go. a am pi opinion mat it
would.be neither tat nor wise to have her
unprotested against fathsr's acts. In fact
I do not think her position is by any
meant a safe one. I Inolose a letter from
father to bar. which I received yesterday.
lam going aown to new torn in tne
without Informing mother, for she would
feel very unewy. My trip will determine
any quaitlon in rgnra to my going to
Eurona or anvwhsr elis. I will be heart
ily orry if I bH, have eaoaad'arty
trouble or expense. ;uw"iy, your
nephew,
V, H. WAtWOBTH.
WALWOKH'B'tAIT tlTTTOHta WIM.
New Yoax, 7 o'olock ia morning, May
30.
Prtpartyourttlfoth UeIUU. jl
a getting ovr aty walUng fevor; I at
eoinato call on my obildren.
mm! lMa4
bttarvlag for their ear
hm naaeafllll If I'eaB.I
.etui witaa
in muHspji"i")piwey.4fwa
havejtaught him. to haU Wj,. Bewart you
w.iTw"
do
not to;
0 .iFwMrwty
that ,U
within . want to aaa say ehlldraa.
Thtre is a rjata.tf : WW ittJipj
..... I am a-olni to tea. tar ahildraa. t
.m V bokaa-aeart4 iisawado. lava
tblt letter for Uwyan M4eeru ,U .to
pleat. " Ooi U aiy Uwm w, not ha'
MmorMlees brutal 4 tlaat KHta Baehat
and 0.1. Wat-famjrasaai..,
raliae M.T, Wai
'AtWOITaT
ILLINOIS FRIDAY, JUNE
Judge Davis taldtoruo oftho latter might
be allowed, but the entire letter he could
n)t admit m evidence O'Conor and fltacli
argued this point at coatlderable length.
MISCELLANEOUS.
ADJOURNMENT OF HEIM KSS
ASSOCIATION CONVEN
TION TlfK TUHUKIW ASSOCIATION
MEETING IN CINCINNATI.
ETC.,
ETC.,
KTO.
AMoCtiTBD rhKSa.
SASfjuoitT.U, June 20. Tho Weitorn
Asaoclated Pftt oenolnded Its session to
day, and the rnembor hat left fur home,
after one of the moat delightful teunioat
at Piit-ln-Bay aver experienced. The an
nual report of tha executive oommlttee
showed a satisfactory condition of affairs.
Tho officers chosen were U. N. Walker
president; II. K Baker, tecr.tary; tho ex.
ecutlvo committee coniliti of Richard
Saltb, W. N. lUldeman and U. White.
A letter from Hon. Jat. Wtddell was
road, doollnlng a ro-etocllon, and announc
ing hit intended departure for Europe.
He will remain a' year, Iteioliillons wero
adopted requesting Mr. Woddell to look
inlo and report on the telcurephlc .ervlce
and prlcti In England and thn continent'
Tim TunNnns.
Cicinnati, Ohio, Juno 2(1 Turners
hava beeo arriving in largo nurabert all
day. Societies have reported from Kan
sas City, Watertpwn, WNconsIn, Colum
but, Cleveland, Shilo, Batlo, Toledo, Chi
cago, Wltllamilmtf , Dayton, Indianapolis,
Louisville, New Albany, Erlf, St. Louis,
New York, Pittsburg, Burinlngham, Lo
gaoiport, Detroit, Milwaukee, Buffalo
and Cairo.
It hat bn ntlniated that l,00.iito2lW
people will be prosent, Tbe day bu been
punt In receiving and snlinln j delegates
to quarters.
m.NK Ci.OfKI).
Cuic.tao, June 20. The prlva'te' bank
ing Institution of, J. II.'Danlols, at Wil
mington, Is reported rioted. Liabilities
oulrtMidlng, '2700O
FOREIGN.
fc sttw tiHiTi:n.
Madhio, June 20. Sonlor ItuLio has
boen appomttd mlnitter'at London In
placo of Montot Y. Prlndtrgatt In bit
cr4imllaUKi4lda-U stjiled. Ibe raprawuU
tlvo of Spain to Knuland, Instead of her
majttty to England. All representatives
of Spain to powen which have not reor
ganised the republic nro similar scored-
Itcd.
eAiiAT.i.Rs.
Tlie CarJt.l leader S.bJIe.', iHtoly lisil
thre of bis " olflycrt ' shot; ' and'
bas utr.dmned rcveral 'other, to ileath,
Canto not kown.
lUilll.l.LA.
IIomc, Juno 2l, Kx-(iouti lid Leila hat
loft IhU city hl.hly grailfled with her re
ception at the Vatican, whoro alio made
lavl-h presontt anJ contilhutluni. (
THE CHOLERA.
21 CAHKR.
Nabiivuxk, June 20. 21 cuesroport-
edfrom cbolora to-day. It teomt to attack
different portions of thocity'at different
times, and wbllo prevalent In ono portion,
it is scorcoly present In other parts.
4 diatiih.
Cincinnati, June 20. Four deaths
cbolora reported at health office to-day.
7 IJITXBUBNT.
MBUrlna, Juno'JC, 7 Interment from
cholera to-day.
PERSONAL.
a BAST.
CiacisNATi, June 26. l'retldeut Grant
arrivod horo to-day, and proieeded at onoe
to tbe bedtlde of bit tick father, in Cov
ington. ar.v, MicnMAK,
Alto arrived, and If ttopping.at the Bur
net house. .
CASUALTIES.
II BO WK ED.
Cincinnati, June 18. Rev. Father
Peter Oeyor and bis brother John Ueyer,
both of Dayton. Ohio, were drownod In
tbe Ohio river at Rlploy last night while
bathing.
MARKET HEPOrVT.
ht Louie June 0. Flour dull, weak
and few buyers. -Wheat spring dull; 2
soft In elevator 96o; fall better demand
firmer, temple lew no. vuccniou ; prima
1 45 1 ci mall lot No. 2 f 1 60. Corn
inactive unchanged, mixed 3.'535'o
oilh: 36a teller July L UaU fraction
better, 2 mixed jlQlte. Rye dull, 2 60c.
Pork dull, 10o dry talt mstU; nominal
Oltasto. Baooa quiet only an order but
IneTi doing. Shoulder .7.To. Clear
rib Oio. clwr 01?lo. Lard dull weak,
ronJd 8ki8to. WbUky dull tic. Cattlo
lower butcher to choice shipping tteer
41(5o ; ttocKert 8tjj. tios uuu t
(Ski 16.
Naw Oblbanh, June 28. Corn dull,
Silxed 67; hlta 6j oU dull 41c; bran
ulUf-a07l hay dull, prim IUQ28; tu.
ar 4b1T, ully fair OJc; prims luc; others
aalum told 161l cotton quiet, aood quality
aenrce tales 1200; good ordinary 1
IL- Zi j Orlaant 181: Reoa!
r 151;
low
oelpts 807;
rASwUa 1487: ttock IT.MT.
iS-mmhi- Juna at. Cotton quIH aad
ftri'Soatf ordinary 16, ; lew iait-rlTT'-flZ..
im. .klataeaU 926s eanak
uHtti iow quiet; oon itaadv MAMo;
Barnaul; qoul we it i
27 1873. '
niVER. NEWS.
tea mt rll r Blvara
Fnrai huuw ending II p.m., June 3d, 1873
Change.
mw Mm
8TATIONH.
itoonvlllo.. ,,
Hrnn.wlek..,
C.iln
C'lnrlnnstl...
i onniienoo
lUvenpnrt
KvAiitvlhY
Fort Benton
Hermann
Jefferson L'llv
..... HI... '
Keokuk. ....
utcrowe...,.
l4)aVenworth
Lexington-, ,
l.lltleltoek..,
lllll.vllU .
Marietta i
"ewphl .... ,.i
Sa?.W!
tntMowii..
New Orleans
New Geneva.,
OH City.... .,
Omaha
I'adilrab ....
I'lll.tmrff. ...
l'lattsmouth .
Hhrerepnrt ,,,
St. Jotenli.,,,
Mt. Louis ....
St. Paul
Vlcktburg ,,
Warsaw
Yankton
KlIWIN GAHLA.Nb,
Ohjervver, Signal Service, U. 8. A.
M",". June a.-Arrlved. Jamei
p Parker, Clnolnnatt. Departed Bee and
barges New Orleans; Rainier and bargee
with coal, to White river; Paulino Carroll
New Orleans; Carroll Plttiburg; Chntter,
St. Louis. River falling. Weather clear
and hot.
KvANsvuxt, June 20 Clear and hot;
mercury 77 to 00. River fallen 0 Inches.
Down: Sam Orr, Morning Star, Bowling
0re?,n BI Mary Ameat Up: Arhan
bm Belle, Fayette, Geo Robarlt andNuh
vllle. IilTRLB Rock. June 20. Weatler
clear and hot. Mlver falling with sevtn
feet In the channel. Thermometer 03,
PmiBuno, Juno 36. Monongahela 1
fMt 7 Inches and falling. Cloudy. No
nrrivali or departures.
ItXIRBtir.
MR 8. MoOKK,
Oa BI(bUiatrMl, MaaaOommerelalaal Wash
a1on avennas. It dallv rteelvlai
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
or via
LATBBT srIKO AMD BUUUBB BTTtM;
HMiata a Hit tta ot
EOxrzrxTB ac hats
(Trimmed aad nitrimnM.)
rUBNCH FLOWKB8. RIBBON, TRIMMINOt
or all Bind., latu, 4o.
atn. MoOm baa alto a lar. tMortmenl o
ftaoj ArtletM, saeh M
.tROX Tl'M. aLAtta. tlNUKMHLKVR),
ROPfB. BABUBti, KANH.j
And all other artioles utuallr (ouoil In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORK
Mrs. McGee. In addition to her Hlock ol
Fancy and Millinery Goods, bas a tine, aud
Complete asmrtment of Cincinnati Custom
made Ladles' and Misses' Shoes and Chil
dren' Boots, Black and in Colors. The 10
areacknowledged to lie tho flncit and be.t
ever In the market, and this Is tbe only
boute tho rltr that makes them a specialty
latlStBICB.
B. F. BRYAN T ,
I'roBrlrtsr
wAXjisrcra? milils
Noar Twrnlyixlli Street,
Ohio Levkk, '"-CAIRO, ILLS
All kinds' of Lumber. Oak,
press, Walnut, etc., delivered
Poplar, Cy
In any part
01 me city tree 01 caargc.
gJTTstronsk'o solicited, and satisfaction
guaranteed. 3-2fi tf.
WHITE COLLARl'LANING MILK
aj WALTEaVl, rrirl.tor,
ittaaia
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
AU
LATH, SHINGLES, OEDAK POSTS
DOORS, 8ABH,BLIND8
0Ollia SOLICITED.
Steamboat Lumber,
Pnrattbed a .aorteetMliee.
Commercial asaniie, between Tenth and
Kloveota ttreeu
XjXXtLXTOXB.
T4V
JOHNSON Si BILLING SLY,
CARPENTERS & JOINERS
Nfcaw T well It BJtraet atetweaai
ra'ar HtrMt ausel OasBaaerclal
Ara nrnn.reil to do all kinds .1 Work In
hslr line in flrst-nluss, workman-Ilka style,
and at as reasonable rates at any firm In the
city. All orders attended to promptly, a
hereof tbe public patronage It respectfully
elicited. 6-lOtl
PARKER et BLAKE,
stuasia
i
WALL PAPER, PA1NT8.
rMr, eetafa, ttaaalaate.
WIJtDOW UlABla,
,A4 fhe eefsbrtte iiiuavtaatlaj
AURORA OIL.
BwMhM-L0UJMll,a3M 1ItET.0V
" Ma-MUli if.,
OAlhV
Ui.riHttr
V II
law
Water.H Itlte.l rail.
l"r7TFll?lpl?TF
1 1-1 on li
in 7 u
. ...,.! t H
7 1 .1
... II oh a
7 o , u
... 8 H
... 10 4 I
... u loj
... 18 10 f.
.. II -I I I '1
o i a
li l 'j
i f.
..V. .. 0 H 0
. at n
.10;.
I il at' t.
t . , V Ili l
.11
'1 0.
..-, I
M II I
13 0 2 H
0 .1
t in ti
i7 e i
U n
n 7 1
8i o i
II ol S
OFFICIAL PAPER
7
DISINFECTANTS :
0 0 P 1 E 11 A 8
OAliBOLATE OF
V K RMAN6 ANATE OF POT AS HJ
OA R HOLIC A 0 I D
lO:H:LflllIDE 'OF LIME
POWDERED 0 H;A K 0 0 A L.
won a.A.Xi:Hj -Tv-r liO-w -PKioics
a
At -
" DBiraQisTBi
.CORNKU WASHINGTON AVENUE AND KIOHTH STREET.
AND
3sTO. 7L OHIO XShWElEi
l-1tMf
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
CAIRO,
tee t,
sw..aaT!BaMBBBaaawBreB
'1 lie.ttalw Chrli well aiiil wldelj'Vndvrh at lu ivauilig an'u
LARGEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
And in all the appointment! or n lirtt-clatt home, hat no competlor in Cairo, and no supe
rior In the fluto ollttlde or CIiIcsko.
Tne Hulnt Chariot Is built In tho most solid and substantial manner of brick aad area. It
rnurstorlet In he'Klit, exclutlve of bason-out and attic, hat a frontage of 110 feet oa the
Ohio river, I'JS feet on Hncond street and a wing lor culinary purpose ; It In thoro uh repair
and will comfortably occoniinodato 200 kuciIs. It now doing a ano paying buKaesd, which
will bu Jaivetv Incriatnil flurlnir llm nmMt vir t.v tha naw rllrnfia nnw IiIb hulls lntA
Cairo, ainfwlioiie depots will be In cloo proximity to tbe house.
Parties Wlllllllir to rnuitn In tba hotel limine.. hv nnw an aralln amMrtimltv ta
r. T. w....w f.Viri. ,vi WUV-IUIII1 IUIOI.H Willi 9Umnmi9lUVni Ol UJ0 UU.IB.aa,
oIikIIiijc furniture and Komi will, on very reatonnblo terms, at low flgtires. aad easy pay
ments. Addrctt:
hlihihiu lh. ni.H.. 1 1. 1 .. .
4
Or 0. W. COCHRAN,
ft rerumo Direct, Kew oricnUN,
UMm Beer tierore tne Aiomcun rtubiio
OVER TnillTi ytani. It hue novor
yet failed to gtvo pnn'rat uUnfiil.'tlim, und
Mi justly bevn atykl tho pamtooa fftr all
xtemal Wounds, Out, Burns, Swelling,
gpnlru, Drill tot, otA, Ao, lut Van and
EtatL No family should be a single day
BAOAX'I
IS1
MtCwla Balm
a m ArmoATioNa make a
Purt Blooming CompUxion.
it
aEanBanE''tTaJOanananV
OF:0ITY AND COUNTY.
1
mtOMO 0 II L OR ALUM
LIME,
POWDER
ILLXXOXft.
1 .. . . ........ . "f..l I
j-Hiwaii"r wiloox,
Caro of Tlcknor ft Co.. ST. LOUIS.
wunoni una Ajinimetit.
... i . -i a -j
iiinuca anient, ino ijiuiraent it)
f uiiui. jmi anro nnu srM1
MKXIOAN VTTBTANlV T,
SoLl br all IWirUte asU Oenattajyf
at SOo.. OBo. and al.Oo m Boliia. Vaabtl
atylo, lt of botUe. 4o. r
IMMIWXiABTW THItTt ,,
IMMIGRANT TI0KRT8 t
FOR BALE,! roraaleFOaUlVl
VOE HALf . J 1 FOR AL
'FarafroM Liraiaroai,
Fare from lrMBBVl1r, ,
Far from Olawow, ' ' J
Vara from OUBBJIaHI. i'-fJCt"
TO OAlROi .' 1-JjriM
fBtavr eaBtjeaa -
. MKml. Merrtt a t
INMAN'UafJR.
tfjeaaaa r
Livetpoel Ket.T.'B'aM I
( St3UBllaip OuttpU-f ,-
ne eomstet wrra tsiisa seaeat says aw
.."JM'I'.IS.'J 'M
, ret otriiai'M miMy
asBBBKes lu. '
FOR PAMArtl
r''iiV
1PPLT TO Jwa1M( aV' awAaVB,
U'ltaMBMaC'l
'-a.a .W'AW'f A w
.BBaa.rfu!'
amaaiaaBLai1'
IHIVaBatejll
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