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TI1K BULLETIN.
Offltnl rapes- ail tic "ll 'lilt
(Xiantr. the . r Monlnit
! r ! Ishti l ton ill th l
J jil.N 11. Oltr.Hl.r. Kdi.r nil I'aolixtitr
TKHMS OF TUB UAiL I'ULLETIN !
One Wik, by currier $ 21
One year by carrier, In advance.. .... 10 &i
One year by currier II not p iltl In
advance ""
Vnt month, by mill 1
fbr months 3
till month ft
One yer "'
TUK DOLLAR WEEKLY IIIJLI.KTIN
John II. Oberly ha- reduced the sub-crtp-tlin
price of the WuBKLY CaIHO HlTLl.r-.TI.s
lo One Dollar per annum, mialnu 11 Hie
t'Hi mi mi' ii in h ll.i Sj.iMiurn llllnul
Result r mullfr n n-rr in
Tint Fourth of July is again over for
tho nlnflly-soventh lim since from cir
cumstances which nearly everybody It
acquainted with or supposed to bo nr
quainled with, it becamo the nall'inal liril
Id. y f the. poopla of tho Unitod States.
It was very generally celebratid
tbioualboiit Hio country, the form ol
celebration cliffirlng in different places,
not very wide y however, music and
pooliri nmt ir'ium nd In turn o'
tho rurnl districts, lh wag' ti full ol y unit
ladles representing thn thirty-eight state,
of tbo Union, and a thirty-nlnlb for the
godless ol Liberty, maklm: up tbo pr
r-ratnmo for tbo day tlute and (Ira work.,
etc, closing up the purfnrmances n' night
Tub shab of 1' -rsia. ivn si vilt to Eu
rope hat teemed to stir up things gener
ally over tbcr.!, each government htmii
tried to outdo the other in lt arrange
menl f r the reception and entertuinmein
uf th" highly distinguished visitor, win
Via an tiicotim of mght inillUins of dulUri
a ear U Is reprenled ns a Ver
bsubty lidiTilml who dots not hi
tate to neglect to keep appoint
menu mde with ovhur potentate am
who, when disinclined to talk hun-e
frequently lep(ie- to his yrtnd vixiei
tbe tire-oine duly of answering q'letl"l
addmied him; even if at nuch time, the
nue.tions are r r, ppuu rul-d by a kimr. On
the whole, the slt-.fi seems to be mtbur
hieh-tonel persor.ai;e. I. is Jn-t as well
tbat be did not extend bis journey to the
United Males.
HALM DAY
IlltO I'll BUS'
SALT
tt'OHKij.
For over tw-i yr., the Hull! lay Ur
of this city bv h-en nxjierlriient i wun
tbe brine from tbeir t't uH mi I) Q urn.
They luve pent a nt Mini uf rn itiey
aiproxlmatlni; twenty thousand dillurr,
In testing tbe qtnlity of the nil water
and deierminins the cipicty of the wells,
of wbirb thre are two. l' are f;ld to
note the fcl tbat tbeir experiiuent Ilive
proved Stirce.sfu am tdat there
exiu now no rea-n f r doUy in the con.
structlon of the necenrr works and
buildings fir (lie mnnuficture of the sill
The Mess s, UtliiMy ntv- drn mstraied
biond qu stion tDat mere aro uniy
to salt wells in the hnl country
superior tJ ib'i-e a .St. John, ami
'the bribe of itio-e two,' sai the I) ;
Q u;n 'Tribune, "is less than one pr
'ceot sunttior to the St. .I.ihn wells.''
Uilidiy liros have bad the urounda laid
out f tr extensire work aid baV let the
cot trtct for tbv first installment ol one
hundred thousand liriok fur tbe buildings
They expect a a beuininn to lnattufic-tare-w
liu .(ireel barrel, of salt per daj,
a d wj believe tbe time it not fir dUti
wbe;, tbay will be luiplyin the whole uf
the U:iiiSilil valley with salt.
NEWS OK THE NEIGH UOItUOOD
Tbe wheat In Uiilnti cnuntv is all cut
Th smll.pox pruraiU to a limited
extent at Kickapon, P-rry county.
Adm SV. Lynch, .f H..t', I'rairie,
P rry county, died of typhoid fever last
week
A writer in the I) .CJ loin 'Tribune' is
"rltini: up ' tho col and iron interests of
Jaiksm county.
J ihn A Lo'tn. wltb bli ton and
diUtfliler, ha. been on a vi.it to ttaa tatntly
relations In V. pt.
Kiel I hnd are carci in erary oount)
and farmers are piyim; fMin threx dol
lars mi ttiree all 1 n halt per Uv to labor-
- A man r,tm-d V uner. living In Ln-
ion Count! bec,,in vm.,1 i . .
.-f h ),,,., '. ,
)iliptiiuis ill lie.
ratinemiint of tbe mind for ate.ut a inotith
Tbo wheal in V .btsb q-Minty turns
out very poo. Iy and the 'armert in som
Ualllle Kre comal ed to cut it
wilb tyvhea, lnH grugud being too wet to
use machinery.
Lil w ek. h vouni; man named Shon,
working on a farm sven miles east ,i
Anna,i ascruh si tod-nOi I.) a tree wlneb
ne n-a letiei:, laiitn..' lino . blm 11- Uid
un3er ttio tree irom nine o cl.e k in the
morning till four in the afternoon
A (jerman named Waidi' alrfeit tn
l... ...... 1..I f - ,1.... X .
w B'ir,tni I", Ptaiio ury (-IHMls Irom
the store tif Hubert Mink lu Harrishuri.,
tsrped from tbat place Tiietilav
Wa'dlp bad shipped a wardrobe to hi,
wife In Evansville. which ntrlriK to iu.
plclena awakened by his movements, wai
opened and found to contain the mlulou
poods.
The Presbvlerlans of PnQiiotn have
cnnr'tided lo diarr.nf fritss the public wnr
t lp nf 'be Ln-d duri'Ktbe heaterl term
Drle.s the pulpli orators of J) Q ,olri are
Sptirceons or llerfbers, v ur"e with the
cbriitlans of that city bat It Is moreonm
foitable, to lounue at hornenn the blessed
fJabbath day than to !ng and pray In the
Mnctuary.
81 L"Ul' salt Is now on thn market In
tMs rlly. We were favored with a spec
Jmen of the latest manufacture, by J U
Moberly ft Co., who It th- first to
to plce Ibis borne product on
the market In DuQuoin. This
talt Is In no respect Inferior to the best
Oanawa salt When Ilalll'lay lirotheri
oomi let tbeir sail work which are now
u court vf construction, tbe people of all
llili region of country, will uio no
o hcr.-DuQunln Tribune.
L zmo Myr, widow of Martin
MyM, who died last Ml from tbe effect of
drinking liquor purchased of ft DuQuoln
ilo.m-lo..por named Intfcn, brougbt suit
against the bitter undor the Fifth section
oftho temperance law, lor ten thousand
dollars. A demurror to thn declaration
was presented and sustntnod by Judgn
I'ree before whom tho casp was brought
Ihit Thursday, th point of tbo decision
being tbat tho evidence failed toshow that
i ho liiiuor, from tbo rtTecti of which
Inncri tiled, was sold to cither a minor or
iti Intoxicated person, the two dulses In
terdicted I'V the second section of thol-tw.
THE NEW RAILROAD LAW
AS CONSTRUED IIV TUB II A 1 1
ROAD AM) WAREHOUSE
COMMISSIONERS'
Tbo foll'iwini: important do:umnt Is
sued bv the railroad and warehouse com
mhstoners, will bo 'end witb gieat Iti'.ef
st bv the public:
STATKor Illinoi.
INOI. 1
iMM.I'NER, f
lulv 1, li'i. J
OrricBor It. ami N. Commi
fo the Public:
Some imiKirtaiit questions bavins arisvu
under the net o! M iy -d. I:T3, lu prevent
xtiirtlun Mud unju.t iltscrnn. nation
leem it JiTi.p-' lO "tllaKe liMn v sa
lublicourcoustructlon ol certain portions
I the act.
Wo would first direct attention to tbe
tlrt section, wuich dclar. tt.at if nv
railroaj colporallon doing business in Ibis
lute, shall c.hariro or lecetve more loan a
Ui' and rensoiiable rate of toll or compena-
Ion for the transportttion of ps.senger..
r freight, the aainu shall be deemeii yuiin
f extortion, and upon conviction be pun
s ied by spi.-Mllj penalties l'he avowed
hl-ct uf the statues is to prevent .-xtoi-
t on as well as unj.itt dlscriminatlun In
iiaking their rates jf ch iriiea jonturtn l"
he r nuitemetits of the third section, de
tlnini; liat "Uld be iriici (next evidence
t tin J .st ili-criinliiatioiis, the railroail
eumpttiies ttm.t nut Ignore thn first s-c-
i .n, fortil' ding uitortlon. in our juii;:
meni Ibe rale- .'I ohargej prior lo tins uiui'
have been in the main unr. a-onabl v lnn'i
nnv liierea-o thereof would bi a clear
vinUUnti of itie law.
The following r Uio .piestlons ubov
referred tn:
Kirat: Does the uct apply to through
ireignts ns w'uii us lucul liuiulsr
.Second: Uuua tliu ac uuuiil of any dit
crimination In lieiglit Ural baseU upon
the qjuiuiiy sUijiiJ, ut must tliu raiuoaj
uiimauics, to coin jin w.iu me m-i, aoop
uiiu uminriu rain per nuourej pounds, jie
.on, or tier cur lou, regardless of s u
llii.i 1 t or tile nllioulll uf tile atl'plllelll '
I'mrd: VS'nere iwo or uiuru rulroaUs,
ooeriit-d U iliUeruiit Ci'tiipatiles, uru
coiiliocloJ us to lorill in laci one coiuiiiu-
Us line, miU suipmeuts aru made Iruiu u
j. unit on une rual to n putut uu Uiu otlivr
mat I no Cll.rge b at tin) rate n'IICi0le
toe, il.ststi o uver oo.ti r.itus, oral in
iiui!'egaie ol tile local r.uus on eaun rouu i
l oui ill : Oa.i railroad corp iruiions Here-
al.er issue excursion ucaeis '.
Alter dUi coiiatlerulloli uf these que-
liiins o have urrived at tue follow tug con
clusion :
1. The provisions l the act aro appli
cable as wull to through as to lucai
rel.its, D fur at least as to require thai
less rtmiil'l tie ilnrueil tur Uiu Uuiisiiuriu-
lull uf luruLi'li or 1 ireiu trelitlila lUe
.utile di'tincK wiiiiin ilie stale, au-i for Us
iiaiisp irtaiion fr.in or to u puint withuut
tbu s.ule
l lius: Tflo charges from a point we-t
of the si'.to to a pulnl wall i is ibe stale
must not bu the aniiiu as, or less than toe
cnarges fiuin the wusi line of the stale
over the same ruad lo tbe same point ol
destination. So thu charges I mm a point
within tile to a point east ol the slate
mutt not bu ibe nun" ai. or less tbsn ibe
charges from the same point of dupurturu
over the tumu road lo thu east lino of the
stale.
So, also, tbe charges from a point west of
be staie to a point east of tne statu must
lint be Uiu tame as, or loss than Ibe, charges
over the same mad Irmn the west line lo the
east line ol the state.
Tne general principle is, that the charge,
fcr any distm ce wnnin .is sla e must nut
be the -ame or i reater tbun the chiirgus
for a greatur distance
II A reasonably less raie rn .y v
charged per 100 pounds, per ton, or per
car, where lare amounts of freint are
shipped by tbe same person, ban where
small shipmo' t are made, elth'-ut violat
ing the act. Uiscrimin-.i'ons of this char
acter as, upon lair business principles weio
jjsl and reasonable before the ps.-a-o ol
the act, are not pruliioilini inereuy, nui
seem to bo recount! therein by 'he words
' l.kequantlty ' frequently occurring in the
t in) s-Clloll ut His? aCl
III When iwo or m re rallroals are
uwi.ed and operated by ditlerent compa
n es, and are connected so as lo form, in
tai t, une coiilinU' us line and either such
c.itipsiiies receives freight u pon iisroad to
be -flipped to some point upon ihe other
r.wd iti same may oe treaieij n,r pur
nil,-, of such shipment, as one entire lllie.
and the same rte ma be ehureed as if
"n" cmpany owned th road upon whleh
1 tbe treiifbt was slntii.e-1 for ibe entire dli-
liattce, in-ioal ..f .barninmheaL-g egatof
l v 1K.,) rate. o( each road lor the HIS-
lan. e rhli lI ihersaifi
IV I'lm act eiprestly proves that
tiulhint; then in eotital ol shall bo so con
st run as to prevent railroad corporations
from ii.inni; coiiimulalinn eieurrioti or
lb usatid inie tickets, as tbe satn- hitherto
have been issued bv such corpuralious.
11 I) Ce.K.
I). A IlK WM.
John M I'karmi.v,
C'ltn'nisshineri.
THE SH.tll a a.vishol- I'KItalA.
otuMv.a ,wi,vi'-wii.,, w ...v
it ori'i.l
1 aupf U u by Ibis .ltuu Ibat tbe "Hunt
UUis tl tile Sllall s I 'Ullle! Ill all ulisll
st.ctut. ll nut, tiien ii is time lo maae l
une I he Uiui muse is lla.on ItaVur ll
Ilia) be Ilia ahv.ll. ilj, b-u ll is true, Unit the
iz.tr, hui)irur William, v n y Leopold,
t-i. en Kwru, .M .rsliai .!iu Mli"ii, mm
r.ui)iior l'ra!ii.i J.,e)il. have been, nr will
lie, tnadn u alviirii.e llai on fixture pur
:i.a. ul I'. i sla r'ur tills It Wllal It all
mall) Citnes lu I, all )uai this adruil and
UoiHlnriui Honrs) nut aati.U.u itu iti
viriuai m.tneiij ut linws Wiuuli tin bad au
loiiK oi'J 't)l ih ouh iul Kuropsi 0'itali..
oil ifoio .uu shad !sl,at r al ) is tli- a ,iqr
the empire ul 1' rsla. I iH irue ibat Ibe
ii.- is under tu firm f a sushhI) tHais'
lea-K hut a lea.o liT Ibal Irtilh ul t me
Is almost as good as a Irisehi.lil. Ify tbe
terms of thla agreement Ibe whulma wi.
al resources nl I'ur-ia are handed uv- tu
llaroii ,1 'iiiut do Hauler he used to b
n au, Mr ll-uier fr SMvent) yssari
Islud.'J jit 'vliallieln.es lib ll ; and I
suimi. tin- hniory of the World do a (ml
all'ml ill- ri-c rd "f -u-'li aiiotfer ibin
ills I isiid ton netevtith a fn I tran-U.
mil uf l' i. most remarkahle C"IN'..ti"ll
honnt: thai )ou nwy find nsum fir it In
your C'lluiiiiia, sih' e uny eoiid isatiuii !
Its reinarkahb, provisions wi 1 du it ill.
justice. It C 'titers an absolute ri)hl lo
supply u 1 ihe iiiuatisof lofotiioiion in Per-
la; an alinos able linn rlhl to work all
'he l'.-r.lan mlnesi a riuhitsithemoiMpiilv
in the pruductlon and iuuufaciuro of
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, bCNOAY, JULY'
evorythlim; and It placos Ibe wbolo ro-
S.iurces ul tbo tlallon at the Uispusai oi iuu
cunt.estioiialru. It it no exaggeration lo
ay that Ueliculurtb lJaroii Keuler Is to bu
thn lord or 1'e.r.la, and the shall is to oe ins
vassal. However, let us return to our
muttons.
1 he thab nrrivod horo at n quarter to
tour yesterday afternoon. Immense as
semblages ol people lined tho routo from
tho station of tho Northern rnilway, where
he arrived, to tho king's palace. I bis route
being tliu boulevards du .lardin llolaniquo
and tlu Kctteiit, the ltuu I.ateralu, and
the i'lace de Palais. Tbu station was
beuutilul tlescorated wltb flowers, flgs,
and plains ; a regiment uf carabineers was
tlrawn up, wllb its band, as guard uf bntior;
tiu the kin; wus ready to receive his guest
The plalturm wa richly carpeted, and
along tbe path that thu abah was to wnlk
a doublo line of choice exotics in tbe
slunda ami pots ws plid.
They p' relies loading into
the station were bung with crimson vel
vet and gold curtains, and on either side
wore two reception r.ums, one hone with
crimson and gold, tbe other In green and
wbite The regiment of Carabineers were
inside the tttalii'n; outside were tbe
ni-aimed guards, ant fri tn tbe station to
the piUce tbe route was lined with ctv
airy. As I lovked on this nucO'S.e ce I
tea'rei that what tbe sbnb ws to se to
England .ulds.etti rtbtr shabby.
As tbe tram rolled mtv tbe station amid
ir.nurisn oi ir umptv. m. -
orviDr, ib n'ur-. ii. iinu'.i, u . i
uDllorns, adranced to itf. tbeir CJt. j
.. ........ i., ,.v mi..
111 ri "Sif wvw v ' 1 " T f i
e the inierestin sirn.t, d
i
nta s wre tsa io- v.n; tnit vl lA car- ,
r)s wismJvsss. t braasts of tb ckiei i
Persian Junitri, a tar i;n i r
window. s"einsd literally ctvfred witb .
'li,leninu' j-wels. In ta fcin travel-
n g csrriage. about tbec ntre ul le t.iin,
ibe sbah himself, and when it stop
ped the Ueli;ian ni narch stixid in frontof
ihe dour 1 he 'hah alighted s owty, and
looked for a few seconds earnestly at the
kintf. Ihe latter, steppini; lorewaifi,
raised his bat and hcM out bis riht hand,
he shah meanwhile leiwini; witli consid
erable dtgn'ty. Ihtt klnu first of all In
quired after the health uf his cuest, for
hero bad been some anxiety on mis score,
is a report had been spread to tbe etl'ect
that ho was very unwell, and then pre-
ntd tho cntini of Flanders and the mln-i-ter,
tbe principal members of his staff,
and the bnurgmester to his visiter, nnd
remarked. "I am awarn that your majesty
.teak t t French lam-nice very well"
rim shah replied with no affirmative es-
ture, and directed tliu urand vizier to ad
dress a f, w w rd un Ms part to tbo kinu
Much MStotilshtnitn' wa created by the
oiae;nifli'ensn of the diamonds worn iy the
Persian m narch. There were two or
three rows ol pred-us stones of immense
izn arm's bl brest, annther mass of
wnnderfiil jewels on hU head-dresa, and
hn sword that he carried had a splendid
..u-ol(.l hilt Several of thn piirsonsges of
the Per'lan ult seemed covered with cold
and precl"tl spines, wlnlo others wore
sornowhat common ii"prpnil of cloth or
a fantii-tlc dre.s that closelv resnmhled
ensbmern robes (Je chambrie The l'ers'an
lirinoe anil other di nilsrl barlne trath.
red near their lord, and the offleers nd
"then who had crowded In frunl havinr;
fallen back, a procession of verv ptctiir-
e'qon appearanen was formed and began
In move. Afierafew minutes reposo in
tli royal snlonn of the staMm . wb"ro
ihern was som further conversation and
more preapntationa, the shah and ihe Virc,
nl v attended, derected tbir steps toward
tho state carriages that wcr waitint: them.
ItVMC kTtri'.HI'.NTS
IHiaTY-TIIIItl) reirt of the eandltion of the
I First Nalionsl Hank of l.airo, Illinois, at the does
of bu. mess uae l't, 1-7.1
KKsOUKCF.S.
Loans and discounts t'. M
(Itrrdrafts i.a'.l 0-
i; S. Ilondstasscurecircvbiian loo.m.j l)
Lf. UmhJs arej sciirftfs on
hind a,") W
Uthsr tocl.i, bonds and mort-
Kssa 10,100 W
late Irom rednminjE aad re
serve agents 2S.SI3 12
Due from other national banks... I J, J-i5 1 1
Dim Ir.un tnalu slid bjnkars ... U I)
Kaal esute 10,:9 ,l'i
furniture and fisturas S.sP. si
Current ex(nsa 1,137 M
i ash items, including revenue
st p. .. 27
Premiums aid t.X -7
I airs pant . 10
Cash on ha ltd la Currctny lO.'-W 40
' coin . I2S 10 H
31'J,M M
LIA1III.ITIB.
r3p tal stock
K.jchanje Inlarsst, profit aad less
ClrruUuoa cniuunalri
'.dividual depoalls
.. I3.WII !ll
., Wi.KJO is)
.. HSi.Tin ill
31,3lH Wi
State of Illinois, Alexander county, si
1, fhar ea (.unamocluiii, casluer of the First Na
tksaal Issak af Cairo, do solemnly swear that Ihe abate
suuawni Is tnse to tbe beat of y knowledge area l
Uf. HAS CUNNINGHAM, Caahler.
uhacritatd and sworn to before rnc this Tlilr
tJali day of June, lili
II. H. AN'UEI'., N ttry Public.
CafTssu Atttat .
WJIIT W. MII.I.r.K.)
I M i'lllf.l.ll'- t Directors
W. fl iORI!lS. (
I'JEPORT of Ihe coadrtitin of the City Nation
1 t imju i
airo. iUlro lathe tutc of llllltwi at
close of tauinaM Juik 13. sT.t.
K .-OUKCI.S.
1. sos ant disevtusts
(Jrcrdrafts . .
L' i Uato Ut secutc drcsila-
ti'ia
U s bonds oa hxtsa
(nbtr stucks, Ijmb4 aad ort-
-
lur fr ,ra iUa2 aa4 r-
f,a 7
60 lei
K'Vsj ()
I Ol
I.MJl SI
serve areata n,s,l i,
i tst (ims otkar asttaaal bula l'7 7.1
i e (turn suit loalx m4
Umk-rt 11 ti t"B,ai V.
Ranking rva.se 1I
IHhet real cauu ,.W M.00 CsV
t-ury M esiamu I eaC II
T e Ki A J'JO It ,M ri
ne. as aa ousar caast llaiiis . ),'" a.
Hills uf luti-Aa bui-.t ... S,L1I M0
1 racttuaal csHitacy. (lachsdlskT
atcsaki ., l,wV,
-taK.te.ca a &.III V)
tsgal uacVu aoua-.. tkfM W
le.l sys
MABIMTIES. "
Capital ssack la liuin uj
iurtslua luad ...... Vkilfi j
F.icnaaze BT K
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t n i,uMU sas CifCUSitSSm am-
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istKietiaia suass ajssj a.a.trt.
Ji on
J2 V ll
sun- ttt IDioajs 'noBljr cf Ale tusisr. si
ytr,sttaad. m.
V president laa Oty Na
clo x,leimMy t .ear Us t Uts
i. w r iiAi.i.insr
Uuaal ltak at l iiru. do
trtie suiesaesrl at Inie lo use beat of say irsti.lufe
aad belief
W P IIALUI'AV Prsaideas.
-ttbscribsd sad surn to bttcrt me ikU oVah day tA
It II CAM)),!., Nvury pvbtw.
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I'ully, llei.allie, liasollus,
vs c sr td o v- :i i v , .
WI.'Ol'IW allAfir.s,
tail Ida is- rats Ularasasuc
A HROllA OIL.
H tO-a' i CILtllN" AiT l7UT '.. .
Mrnof tv.,
OaIUO
iLLMOJa
Homo Advertisements.
HA!KS
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
Oliitrterail Marcli l . 1SI.
oyriCK of
OITY NATIONAL HANK, OAlltO
tlSTICKKS :
A. H. AKFOltl). l'rrsld'nt;
i. S. TAYLOK, Vlce-l'resldent;
11. HVaLOl. secreury and Tteasurci
PUICTOltl
P. M. Hisjtiii,
K. U OvMiBi,
Cats, (liiuasa
I'iCt (. rk-BVB,
U. I'. IliLUDil.
;. m. riitir-
lle,altaol ant Amouill Kecelvetl I rum
Trn S'onta t'jmanla.
I 'TtKE3T fa.a oo J?'.t t thf ral ol SIX
L prceat. ?r iimirn, March IstaaJ plem
6r 1st. Icttrt'l tut itbdra ! lJ JeJ itEtnf
liatel; lo lie inaeipl f tiit df (Vslls. thf feli
'io tasm scrct-'ooj iatret
UXRRIiy WOUXX X.VU CltlLDRXS MAT
oaroatr vio.xxt
tasf s sit ca su IT
Ot-a .s.rj Hastse- 1., rtow , ..ra. to J p.n.,
a4 :ra y J lor i.i.vi sz.i'vciis
joi,, :rn s e eK:i.
HTLOP. riiurfi
THE CITY N ATI USA I
3 A-iT-fC.
J A 1 II O,
CAPITAL,
I 1. 1, i . o 1 1
8100,000
W'. P. flAl.l.lDAT, President;
UCMIT L. HALLIDAY, Vice-I'tesldsni
A. II. lAKPOtll), Cahlerj
WALTKK I1VHLOP. tsslsiti Cashier
DIKECfoasi
Htsits Taiioa, Roetar It, Ci'saiaunsp
tflsal I.. lltLLlliaT, Vt', P. lllLLIUSI,
lio, D. WiiLisaaoi., Hriritsa Iltan
A. II. riirroau.
Kselmnue, t'oln nn'l I'ulteal SttAlea
Honda llriiitfht unit Mold,
D-WlHITs received, and a tnrl l.anklns
liUs.Desa ilODtt.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
' 41 A I Ull,
It. W. .Ml' LKli, lr sldent.
J. M I'll L ll-.a Vl e-l're ident.
C'IIas. UL.s.M.vtillAM, C'ujhier.
ooiiisKcnoNti 1'itoMiTi.y m.iuk
EXCIIA.NiiK, coin, tiank njl-s and Unit"
titten securities houillt and -olJ.
Intsrssl 4llnmeil i.ll ' Imr llspi.ttlfa
fll YSIIS'S AKSS.
A.' J. UOK. M. C
Having perm mently located in Calro.tenders
nis proic "looanie sersice loine iiiuaoiiani
ol Hie iltv ,md tlclnitv.
ftuslileiiee and oltlee'lfor the present) cor
ner Walnut and TtVentj-tlr-t lrett-. where
he may be consulted ai'all bourn. if-j'm.
R. S. BRIO II A.M. .M. I).,
Ilmnropathlc I'hyslclan ind Stiru-eon. Of
lice l.i'i Coiiitnerclul avenue. Itesldence cor
ner ol Eleventh and Cedar street U-'J-tt.
DR. Ji. 0. TABER,
Will reumc the practice ol his profession
rvitb e-peclal rtlerence to the clectrica
reatuieut ol dl-earen in all the new and ilu
pro ed methods ol application.
in all uaea oi einale compialnla a ad
A'ill be In attendance.
Ollice, VM Commercial aenue, up stairs.
II. WARDNKR, M. I).
Otlluc and I'eMitcnce 111 Commercial ave
nue, (next door to the Atheuelim).
WILLIAM K. SMITH, M. D.
bsKtilDKNcr. No. SI Thirteenih "trest, be.
b twreu Washiouton avenue and Walnut atret.
rbC" M Oomtnerctal arenue, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D,
KKrtlDKNCK-ornerNinth and Walnut sis,
Orbee comer -stxtl street and Ohio levee,
nTlce hours frnna a.m. U 111 rr . and d i.m
DR. G. E. DOUGLAS,
-DEHSTTIST.
A constant eiipply ol pure .S'ltrotis Oxide
(ia-, for tlie paln ess extraction of teeth, at
the DfiiUl Itooms of Or Dotiylas, successor
to Or A. 31. Mi-tin, i:i;,-tilli street. .Vltf
fin t1tlHli.aJ A.aJIl riKWAUIlU
vood uirrE.N'ti MJ1-. t
FLOUR
BRO
Gmeral CouiuiUsiuD Morchan-
lal Oil 1(1 I.KVKK,
3 I). AlTdtl. K, J. AYKH
AVERS i CO.,
FLOUR
Ab
JKSE!t.I. COsMMIsSSION MKHOHA.NT.
Na 7fe Ohio I,evr.r, iUtw, I LU.
I.1U.
t. U uaTliUM.. , i Vlil
MATH IJBK 4 UHL
AS. ll liMiHtl
' 'i I h . I iV M K K '' MXJfr'T
irL.a u J?.a ' i M
UU Hi i is.
0, 1873.
Homo Advertisements.
INiallHANC'r.
. II. Morns,
fotat Public.
II.
No. Pub. and ti. H.Oom
F1HE, HULL . OAROO .MVB8T00K
IWBTJE ANCE.
JCTNA.HABTFOlll",
tSfW....w... 5,M,Jot
NORTn AMERICA, lA
.ssM l,7M.l0 tsj
HARTFORD, CON..,
ts..ts.... . il.MMlOlZ
PHCENIX, HARIFOKU.
Ssssu -......... ll,lSl,lt 'f
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
l.ssts.
sssfu.
VsssU.
...ll.Jtl.lH
PUTAM,aRTKHRD,
... ..... . 7t,VJ5
CLEVELAND. CLEVELAND,
.... IJIS.73 s
HOME, COLUMBUS,
!f .Sts..,
HIIHHIIIMH
.....UM.ttS IJ
AMERICAN CE.MR.tL, MO.,
is. sis .. .V,(HJ
CONNECTlCrT MUTUAL. LIKE.
lssU-.. . ....... ...laf.fsv.C'.i v
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
fl.S.SHl.1 i
RAlLAT PAJSiENOERS A-Sl'KANCK
CO., 11ARTFORD.
tMfUH,HHH.m-.HW..,. 1 ..,. "J
IXDIPINPI.VT, BOSTON,
S -sets . ....l'.V),Ml I'
f AFFORD, MUltRIS st CANDEK.
71 hlo lvee,
FIRE AND MARINE
IlTSTJBA1TOE
COXI'ANIKH.
VIAOARA, V. T.,
OKbUAMA, H. T.,
UANOVIB, N.
RSl'CllLIC, K. T.,
.Ii.tse.aie
..1,"A,7S1 7t j
..7J (ea w
7U.VM U
Comi rlslnii the Undansrit. n' Asney,
TO.SKKRf, K. Tn
,.K8 S'l
ALDAN Y CITT,
Assets ,
....iM.rna
riBKME.s rn.vu, h. rM
BKCUHI1T, N. T. UARIMC,
saete.... .l.SW.si
Store", Dwelling", Furniture, Hulls and Car !
.on, insurei ut rates a aieranie as toun l, per
rnaneni security win warrant.
I resLieetfully ask of the cltitaosot Ce
.baieortheir patronage.
C. Bf.lla'UUKIJ.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OK OHIOAOO. ILLINOIS.
C'KNr'L.Ol'rlCK, ITS WAalllNOTONST.
A.OTIVA, $650,000.
Thl German Idle In;irance Coinpan)
guarantees not only I'nid-tip I'ulicle.- but
aNo a Value in Cash on the Non-forfeiture
plan
IOIIN A. II UOK, -0.
K.VOUEL.SUOUF, -
. President
Hecretary
JOHN W. I'ltUEsS,
AL'ent for Cairo and vlciutty.
iusmaIhTbund.
SECTION NO. 47.
A-sociatioii for promotlnc Life Insurance
and Mck Itellef by weekly due- and mutual
co-operation in objects ol public be no lit.
The Ll e Insurance Policies will be Issued
by the Tcutonla Life Insurance Company.
II. MKYEIW, President.
JOHN W. I'RUESa. Ao't.
r Cains atirt Vlelnlsr
lHOI't:ltllX
II. A. Thorn L. 1). Thorns
THOMS & BROTHER,
.Succcosrs to II. 51. Union,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, I1H0KER.S
AND DKALXItri IN
Ntitile and I'mtry (.ri.rprl ea,
Korean and Domcsllo
PETJITS -A 1TTJTS
Ul Commercial Avenue,
OA I HO, . . ILLINOIS.
HER.MA N SCUM ETZSTORF F,
(Siirceirir U II. Thleleckc.)
Ileol. r In All Kinds
FAMILY GROCERIES
WASHINGTON AVENUE,
UlCTWKlt.S TENTH AND KI.ES KNT11 BTRKtTS
llatlni; rmrchased thn irrnccry cst.ibllsti
Hieiit oi II. Thleleckc. I shall all! aye keep
on hand a full and fresh siippl) ol ull the
best ipioda In my line, to bu loiind in the
m n ki t llv strict attention to business,
ami lair ilealliu;, I hope nut only to retain
ull the ciisimn the place has enjoyed in tho
lust, hut to arid to the list muiiv new pa
trons. Asking a fair share of public patron
at'. It spectflllly, 11 HUMAN SCIIMBT.MTOIIKK
HI.SKSs A A IS I.IUOUHIS.
R . SsM YTH & CO.,
VH0I.K9ALK OHOUEHB, j
oiiio tivti
aimi, 1 1. is i I
-sv, .( Mbstabtli nr. hand a moat onm
ilsu stoelr il
rsJQ.170T?.M
' - i I ti ii.-
irt W alelia, Hberr y and Oatawba W If
h attAlU . I 'i r"ln (('bu If'rf.'
i V ' 'iiiii.if iii';'t,i
s svvcr l rspt i.'Mlfitly on band at
' U r,l.i;trit sllj
Our Some Advertisers.
HALLIDAY tfROTHER
GENERAL AGENTS
FOUWAUDINfJ and COMMISSION
H r, u r ii a ,i tss.
DEALER.5 IN FIOUH;
And aal ol
OHIO RIVIB AWD KA.HAW11A
9ALT COICJPWXa.
71) Ohio Lkvkk,
Cairo. iLLlKola.
Ml liLHR & I'ARKKR,
(GENERAL COMMISSION
KOKWAHUINO MEKOUANTf,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORsN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AOE.VTS fok E AIKHANE'S SOALKh
1-
Ohio Levee. OAlltO. ILLINOIS.
COFFEY. RACE A: CO.,
r II h w l K II i .v
A N I)
'commission merchants
ZjEALKK in
II A V,
CORN.
OATS,
MEAL,
FLOUR AND COUNTI'.Y lMtOOUCE
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
!M2tf
C. CLOSE,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
LlMK, ClMKNT, I'LAHTKK, HaIH, ETC.
Kit Sib I o l.etee.
will sell in car loid lots at tit limine
turer' prices, adding Iri'lpbt. 4-a-tl
J. M. I'lIILLII'S 4 CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
AMI)
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS
Literal Advancement made
upon CoDslKoments.
Ar prepared to receive, store and lorward
freight! to til points and bu and
sell on commission,
SaTfluilneas attendad to prnmptlT.
I'E T K R UU 11 L,
r.xcltl-lte
FLOUR MERCHANT
ANIs
No. SiO SSIIISI I.KVKi:,
3.20 tf. (MI HO, ILLINOIS.
JOILN U. 1M1LLIS& SOsN,
(Hucosatort to John II, Phlllla,)
GENERAL COMMISSIOiN
Alt,
FORWARDING MKHOHANTH
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Con. 1 .N1 II-HT. am. OHIO LrVH
IIAIRO. ILLS.
0. M. ALDEN CO.,
FLOUR AND COMMISSION
No.OnioLEVEi, CAIRO, ILLS
Our Homo AdvortUerg.
IIISOT AXIl'HOEH
.t..t.l,..l.w...,....-..e'.,...il.e.,l.t,(,.
SAVE MONEY
And buy your
BOOTS SHOES
OK
It. JONF.3,
f'or.Tesslh alrretrsssd 'onimrrlnl Av
I I am now prepared to manufa'tiire al
: spring styles, mifli aa patent leather, morroto
' -...i ii..i.i.. i...... -i
lllllft mi'i ti sin iiyiiw oiiue. tv in, uui
toes, cork am) pump soles, Scotch bottoms
and bevel edfje or any other style ynu wish
I am nl'ii inaiitlfaclilrlnt; an extra quality
of ladles' shoes. My material anil work
manship are warranted to he ol the lie-t. 1
am determined to not be undersold lor the
same ipiallly of Roods.
Impairing dune neatly and on short
notice It. JoNKri.
msi'KM.ANKOl'N.
BAG MANUFACTURERS
Aoenth Home Cotton Mills
NO. W Ohio Levee, CaLro. Ills.
l-T-Sm.
WARD k ROBERTS,
PAIIsTTBRS
Deai.kus in Window Shade,
Wall Tai-hk, 1'ukc White
I.r.AH, l.iNHitD Oil
AURORA OIL,
Si'iniTs Tl'rpkntine, Olue
Siir.Li.AC, Altoiiol, Etc., Ktc.
Washington avenue and Eleventh strett.
Oaibo, ... Illisoi
! CAUL I'KTERS,
I BLACKSMITH
l or lllevulh rsinl Hojil tr 11a.,
j Informs tbe public that bo haseniMReu the
' service" of a Klrt-cJa-a U'ai;on makerand
I also a h'lr-t-cla-s Ilore ahocr and Is ready
to manufacture and cpur all kinds of work
in this trade with npalr and dispatch.
! S-s-Ilm.
j NEW LIVERY STABLE
I
TENTH 8TREET,
HETWKIN Willi S AVIKC1 AD WALHU1
Dr. H. F. f lalds Informs taa publio that ha ba
opnad t
I. I V E R r S T A B L E
on the northwest side of Taalb street at nta
above.
His rjiatlss will be farnlsiied with none bat tn,
BEST HOR9BS
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at al
heurs of the day aud nlyht with safe teams
on tbe lo vest tenn.
Dr. K1eld askea share of public pstronaeo
and will endensorto merit It by fair dealing
and 'trlct attention to busl'
WAG .. MANUFACTORY
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail.
OOKNtn ;l2D-8TnEET AND oniO LBV It
Cairo, Illinois:.
Iltl J f. UAalHI.SC
NEW YORK STOisE,
WHOLESALE AsVD RETAIL.
LAHIIEtT TABIKTT 1TOUK IH Till CITT
GOODS SOLD VERY OLOSK.
Corner of r1lasfits-Blti alravai tsstd Oon
merelal Awsttn
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
0. O. I'ATIK
HII.I.I.alEtcr.
MRS. MoOEE,
in KlKhth Street, ttaiween OommerciaJ and Wash
I'ton Avtnilea, la itallr receiving
NEW MILLINERY 000D3
or THl
LATXHT BI'RINO AND HUMUKR BTTLB8.
Hesinrt I toll lint Of
B31T1TETS &; HATS
ITrimmed and untrimmad,)
KIlCNCII KLOWEIW, KIIiliONS, THIMMINQ8
of all kinds, Lacet, ete., etc.
Mrs, McOee has tlao a larjte aatortmtnt o
Knncr Arllclet, such aa
NECK TLX C'LLAKI. UNOKkHLIE VEfl,
KLTHS.SAHIIKfl, KANH,
And all other articles uauallv found In a
KIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs, MrOcc, In addition to her ntock of
Fancy and Millinery Goods, has a fine and
Complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
madii Ladies' and .Misses' Shoes and Chil
dren).' Hoots, Illack and in Colom. These
areacknowlrilircd to ho the finest and best
over in the market, and thla Is the only
house thn dtv that make them a specialty
COAL
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is uraoaral to oJ", 1,,L'",.n-" 4M
aualilr or
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left hS'1?7v"r,'v0,ffle'
onto utVUl. or t tbf Coal Yard below tb
as iarlai UOWli wUl olve prompt uteris
ffed. to itiim" ny hour.r 00,,
fcTsHnr.t,W'S 11.

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