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JOHN II. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
Hrmtlng tnntirr n tvry potto.
HI1IST1AK G'HUIiCH-EliJhteitith strcel
between Wahlii;loti and Walnut.
.Meeting ctery bufulBy at 10 a. in,, nnd 8
Sunday M.I100I at 3 p. in.
Prayer meeting V"Jtjf5!"laj" fcvciilijr.
1'rcaclilug, Sabbath at 101 " and 71 p. in
Prayer iiiuctliL', Wednesday at "J p. in.
ihbath .School, .1 p.m. J. M. Lanxien, Su
perintendent. Ki:v. II. Til YKH, Pastor
METHODIST. Cor. Eighth ami WaUint fiu.
1'ieicblng, .S ibbalb at 10 a.m., and 7 p. rn
I'rayer meeting, Wednesday, 74 p.m.
Habbath School, 3. p.m. 1- W. StlllwMI,
tuperlnteudenl. Hkv. 1". 1.. TllOMPBON,
IlUltCll OF TI1K KCDlUiMKlt (rplrfw
untlnp timers. Sabbath 1"! vm.
r.tcnini; prayers, 4 p.iu.
fslilntlj .-school, a.m.
Kkv. i:. Coin, Itci lor.
tT. PATRICK'S CHURCH -Ninth Pt. and
Public scnlce, Sabbath md 11 vm.
pm, 7 p.m.
i-tbuulli school, 2 p.tn
service every day, b a.m.
Rev. P. J. O'H iLtu.i, PrinM.
T JOSEPH'S Clll'IlCH.-tGcrman.i ror-
ucrol Walnut aud Cio's Mruets.
Mas, f.wry s'abbnth at 10 o'clock a. in
Vespcis, " p. ro.
Ma.s during week day, & o'clock a. 111.
Hkv. C. Hoi p.ms.v, Priest.
street between Washington Avtimo nml
Walnut street. ,
I'rcarhlni; Sunday morning at 1" o'clock.
S.-ibbatb isrhonl ctiio'cl'H'K p.m.
lir.v. C, DiT.usru.NKi:, l'..stor.
t'OI.'Nfl MEN'S CHltlsTIAN AS.'oCIA
flON. Regular meeting sei-ond Monday
cli month at their room orr Hoikwell
x Co' bookstore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7 p.m. at
I. W. TH.i.wr.i.i, rrftdfrit.
fl.(OND MISSIONARY It.lTI-T
I lll'ltt II. (.orii'T .-)eamore and l-ottj.
llpit atrects. 1'rraehlm: .-slilnili t II
o'ilo k a, in. and So'cloik p. 111.
uiiiUy .vhool 1 o'clock p. m. 1
I'bu church Is connected with tin- I.llnoi
A"Ocltlon, by 'he r"tr-t Mi-'loiwry Hip-
ti't thurch ol Cairo.
lt.V. .'OLOMO.N I.EONiKP, l'a-tor.
AKUIOAN MirrilODIST. Konrt-tnUi.lie
tween Walnut ud t'ednr.
serlce,Jabl'th, 11 a.m.
KaSbath school. ) p.m.
I i meet, at 8 p.m.
UXON'Ii KHKK WILL JlAlTIs r--Klf-
leclith .Street., betwieli Walmit:nd Cedar.
senl c -.i!.tath, 1 and 3 p. m.
Itl.v. N. Uickn I'.vtor.
KUKK WIM. IIAI'TIST HOMK M!-IOX 1
SAIIltATH .-C1IOOI-. O-mer W ..lout '
and Cedar Htreet-.
J-abbath school. It a.m. ..,..,..,
r lltVI' KltKK Wll.h llAl'TI-l ( IU IK.II
senfce'. 'abbathTl a.m., 3 p.m. A ,p.m. ,
Hkv. 'm. hKi.u.v, l'a-tor. '
1 lUr; MI-.-IONAHV ItAl'TI.-T Cllflfll. '
-i.eilr, bctweeu Ninth and Tenth ft.
1'iBwiilw; ."-abbath, 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.
1'rayer meeting, N ediioda) evening.
I'reaeLIn. Krldav eemllK
.-abbath .-chool, 1 p.m. Jolm aubaxter 1
bud Man' atepbeus "urnintetnieiu.
JIEV. T. .1. M10!!r., l'atnr.
eT.CONl) UAl'TIsT (. HUItClI-Kourtecnth
-treet, between Cedar and alnut. 1 uu
only liaptt-t church recognized by the Ai-
Servtcc.'Sabbatli, U a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
1!kv. Jacob hkadley, n lor.
1 tpn COMMAN'UKJlY, NO. 1.1. Stated
C AMembly at U.. A.ylum'Ma-onlc Hall, tir-t
und Uitrd Monday lu each month.
?, VlltO COLNC1L, No.lM.-lleculHr Convo
cation at Mafonlc Hall, the ffcoml 1-nday
cl'i.rj'cHAn-Kn No. 71.-Uetnt.ar Con
location ut Macule Hall, ou the third
Tuesday ot every month,
Alltt) liolHiK, So. 887 K. A A. M-Hel.
lar (mmuulcationit at Mniotilo Hall, the
second and fourth Monday" of each month.
At VK VNDKH I.OUUK, Meet-in Odd.
A l'lloV Hall, In Arif. building, ovwy
Thun-day eenlns at 6 o clock.
Oovernor John L. Ucvcrlilgc
I. euteuant-uoveruor ,,,,....
Secretary of btate-Ueore H. Hallow.
Auditor of State-U. K. Upplncott.
.State Trea9urnr-ca;pcr Ut u.
vtinrnev (Jeiicru Jauie K. hdall.
Siiplrubllc fin.rucllon-Newton llateman
Senator-!":""11 J- Kleiby and Jolm A.
"lfrcscutatHo Kluhteenth UUtria-hacc
MKMUtlHS Gr-SWIAI. ASSEMUM.
Bwntath in the Wth dlt'lct;r
JnaorCorCtho t-Oth dlstrict.-JesfC Ware.
t,D COUNTY OKFIUE1W.
ludce-D. J. Uuker, of Alexander.
rfute'B Attorncy-l'HtrlcU 11. 1'ope.
Clerk-It. 3. Yocmn.
Sheriff A. H. In'tn.
Win. Marttn-AwMor and Trcn'itrer.
'Sutejr E. McCrito and 8. Marchll-
0 n'erk-Jucoh O. Lynch.
Coroner John H. Oossman.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer II. A. Cunningham.
11 u'liuiiii Webb.
Auwvr ;v ..." i II...- ...1.1 .1. .1.
1 uuvw .()
.! rhlprnf l'ollcn W 111. Mclliilc
S uiet CommU-loncr-D. J. Oalll;ui.
Health Olllccr-W. Woolen.
Mombcr. 1'ollee Koteo-A. C.11I11 Mrcent,
r Whlleainp, I'hllllp Helm, Clu". Melincr
iiid i'. A. Conatit.
1,1 DOAItn OF AMlKUMKN.
KlrHt ward-Hlnm lUxt')' ' M
l' Second ward-Herman .Meyers and Wood
""r'ourtb vard-C. I'. Sollh nn.l M. '
Mnuh wird-Juo. II. UoMnwn and Win.
Cltjr a at tonal Knots BulKtl""1
(apMtal MUntioa $)t4.to or4" 6m ,,Mm
toM atght or ta?
Q:tJ1:g1JC33, BtriiIiE3TI3Sr StTXlLDIlTO-, COU. 12TH STE33JET A. IT
, Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
TUB GUAM) LOUISVILLE
RliARY GIFT ENTER
I'll IP 12.
TIM: PROGRAMME FOP. ANOTHER
CONCERT TO RE ISSUED.
LovuriLLB, July 8 Th following
numberi drw S 1,000 each : 67.&10, 02,
901. Cl,06'2, 3,CII, I0,0l! 01,01, 23,771,
10,383, 7,9&0 ; number 10.W0 drow fo
000, nutnlwr 05,713 drow ilO.OOO; num
ber 66,350 druv? 100,000; number i!0,b03
drow $UJ0,00 The lematlon on drawing
llie ifi?wh wai immense.
Titr. A PI Til. PlllI
Wa not drawn until .'Jo p,
m., and creatwl an immonio ten
atton, tnn entire nudln 0 rliln? to
their fwit and applauding. The tamo
ireno oonirrl, ilightly modiDwl, with
other prixM. Co). It. T. Durrlt, presi
dent ot the public library, tald in u peeli
to tho uudieona, that with tlio fund de.
rivod from the preient eoncrl, payment
for the msgnilWnt buildint; we nowoe.
etijiy will bo complntd, and tho renlnl
amounting to it bout 30,000 por annum
will ! devotnl to piirpoM of the
Kit EE PUBLIC MHIIAUl.
Mu'euin and klndrel dapittinent ir
over. He also raid when the pre'ant con
cert ioer, mto will inue tho proramma
of another which will bo the grandou of
tbu kind tho world ovor knen. It 111
startle nation by iU magnitude, and v. Ill
be o arran-yl Ihit every fitth tliket
holder ill be louod to draw n tjift. Wo
hall t;re no Ic than I'.'.OOOgllli amount
ing in the Rgirc&t to tll,,onnnn in
AllTL 1 11 r "IU. Ut J2V,0.
An 1 tho loweit ono oU'ere-1 will be fifty
dollar. The ichemo will fKriiru a free 11
brnry and mu.cuni fur our city, which
will erlip.o all upon lhl eootlncct, und
rival tome of the century sro'.en collet-
ti, 0( tbo
old world. Wo have a li
brary containing lotne 10,000 rolume, 11
rnueutii of not lou than a quarter of n
million epeciraen tnd a gnlery of urt con
tiinlng feveral hundrod
ricTritK-", T.vTt'B, nor?, r.rc.
Which are open every day and evening
to the freo tuo and enjoymont of ovory
body, but wo want to Incrcaie theso col-lection-
to many time their preont num
bor. Wo delgn to oitabliih a rending
room filled with tho leading pipers and
periodical) of the world, and make this
tho flnost library In tho L'nltod iitat"i.
During tho oaion n courio of lecturd
by the mo:t eminent icholari of tbo ago,
will bo doliverod at our roit, and freo to
New Voisk, July 8 I'.opair. to the
tteamcr Ticret having been complctod,
the dry dock was loaded Sturday and it
w deoldkd to keep the vcfcol in tho dock
till Sunday. Ktrly Sunday morning the
discovery wm mado that there wai three
feet of water in the bold, and tUing rap
idly. Tho authorities at the yard are very
rottcent, and will not glvo any informa
tlon about tho aU'air. It ii supposed that
owing to tho hurry and coulusion during
tho progress of tho repatrf, otno of tbu
vcsiel's seams wero not properly packed,
thus causing the leak.
Washington, July 8. - Partial reports
rooeivod at the department of agriculture
from tho cotton regions to July first, rep.
regents much wet weather, which in eomo
statei makes crop backward In maturing
Indications nro I tint whatever may bo tho
injury to the crop from this nnd other
causes, the deficiency will, it is supposod,
bo supplied by tbo lancer planting area
than heretofore Tberoforo it is bclioved
tho ctop of this yoar will at lent bo equal
to that of but.
I A WIFE MURDERER AU15ESTEI)
ANCTUER FOR ATTEMPTED
MURDER IX XENY YORK.
WALWilUTH TOGO TO SING SI NO
ETC , ETC..
Nr.w Youk, July 8 Patrick ll.tlleck,
who robbod tho jewelry store of Claries
H. Phelps, and furiously unaultcd latter,
was sentenced to stntn prison for live
Will Icuvetlio Tombs prison to-morrow
for Sing Sing. Ills mother called to see
hltu to-day, and at parting vn conldora
ALPltEU K. I.A oiia ;,
Wlio was oxtradltod from France for
burglary, but on landing nore was ar
rested on civil suits, wai to-day discharged
from the civil arrest by Judgo Pancliar,
who directed the sherilT to hold LiUravo '
subject to tbo indlctmeoi for burgulary.
IIostoi-', July i.This Afternoon
Michael Desmond shot hU wlfo dead, and
then himself, Tho pirtlss bad ben living
In Tufts stroet, but Saturday Desmond
drovo his wife and Lor two children, by a
a former husband, In the met. The wife
nnd childron subsequently found lodglDgs
In Second street. South HoMon. nh.r.
J Dosuiond followed, and where the tragedy
WAD UK MrtlDCR IS Ills IICAIIT 1
Ki:w Yoku, July h .i0hn O. Sjhu
man, at 1 "Jii Greenwich street, was nr.
rested this morning for attempted murder
of bis wile. He wm found silting at a la
l!a with a loaded revolvor before him,
liii wifo in tho next room, shot through
tbe tnoutb, the ball lodging in the neck.
It Is believed that tbern o-
rncnt between Scbilman and bis wife, that
tbe former should shoot tho latter, and thoa
1'iiii.ai elpiiia, July 8 Dun
ham Welson who killed David Drown
latt night has been arretted at North 1'enn
Village, in a hoii'0 adjacent ti wherf ho
AL'COI XT OF THE RAVAGES
OF THE STORM MOX
DAY NIC! 'IT.
CHEAT DAMAOE DONE IN ."(H'Tll
WasIiinotos, July 8. Probabilities
I On Wlnoday for Gulf latc southwe.t
j and nortbweu winds, w;tb local rains nr.
Eastern Gulf anil Florida covt. For
the South Atlantic -Ulei fotitliv, jrt winds
I and occasional rain folkwod In tho after
I noon by northwest winds and clearing
! weather. For the .Middlo stato? contin
ued rains on Tuesday, followed by north
wet wind, and clearing weathor on
WwJnesday. For New England south
oast wind, backing to the northeast with
threatotilng wother and occasional ram.
For the Lower Lake, northerly winds
and parti cloudr weather. Fur tbe Lp
per Like, nortlionitorly wind nnd partly
cloudy weather, with filling barometer
and possibly occ&iiotial rain.
M'nixopiRi.ii, July H. 'Futility i tb.i
tirst day for a week or more that it lia
not mined in this section of tho stHte.
Vo-torday and for ever) day previous
it has mined iu torrunts. Iu .Southern
aud Central Illinois the country i. aimoit
dcluKod with water, and great damago has
boen done to wheat, oats and bay, which, j
In tho coutburn prt of tho stto, had just .
len harvested find wa still in '
tho field, wbilo in Centtnl Illinois
harvesting had just begun. Tho grain In
Southern Illinois is reported sprouting,
and in tho centre it is blown down o
bad that much will bo loal, ucd it will bo
impoislblo to harvust it. Although
stream" aro much swollen, no injuries
to property is reported. To-day tho
wuat er i clear, cool and dollghtful. Corn
is not much Injured oy tho rain. Health
Cincinnati July 8. A burrbano passed
over Odin, Illinois, last night, unroofing
many buusos. A tin roof was dopositod
on tbe rnllrond and movod only by tho
a'siitanceof a locomotive. Tho Protestant
Methodist church was wrecked.
Tho MolbodLt church and a
tneeting-liouso at Salem, Illinois,
were wrecked. Orchards and miles
of fences and thousands of acres of
wheat aro down. At Hrrlsburg, Illinois,
the storm blew down tbo International
circus tent whllo full of people, tho lamps
fired tbo canvass but it was extinguished.
At Carml, Illinois, a son of Mr. Upton,
whllo driving a reaper was killed by
,llghtning, as wero the two horses. Thoro
was it terrible storm at that place, demol
ishing corn, etc Sovoral hones were
struck by lightning und killod.
Evansville, July e. Tbo most do.
structire storm and tornado of tbu soa3on
passod over this city and vicinity about S
o'clock last night. A number of obado
treos wero blown down and mutilated.
Tha front of a house was partly blown out
and ''onsldorablo darnago donu to Trinity
C hilic church, which is being rebuilt
A treo near tlio E. nnd C. railroad depot
was struck by lightning. At tho wharf
th steamer Quickstep was blown from
hnr mooring, her chltnnoys blown over
board, and sho was carried down tho river
WAK IN YUCATAN.
Citi or Mexico, 1. Via llavanna, S.
The revolution in Yucatan is extending
nnd tho country has boon declared in a
sUto of slego. Tho elections for members
of the mpnican congress will be held on
the fitb lint. Indications are that a may.
ority of tho next congro't will bo compos
ed of inombers opposed lo the admlnir
(ration. ARCTIC NAVIOATORS rOl'NH IIKAU.
London, 8. Eighteen norwegluns he
longing to tho German Arctic navigation
service, left on the Spltr.borgon, were found
dead by a party which wont to their relief.
Memphis, July 8. There wis but ono
lntoriuotit from cholera to-day, E. Mayor.
1 tho well-known drug merchant
Cincinnati July 8.N0 cholera cam
reported since 8 o'clock yesterday.
ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1873.
THE IXMAN LINE STEAMSHIP
CITY OF WvaHIXOTOX
SHE SAILED EIOUT DAYS
WITHOUT SEEING SUN OK
CREW AND PASSENOEKS
A LITTLE OIRL IN" MEMPHIS SE
llAttriX, July 8. Tho tug-boat Dsisy
of Liverpool, Nova Scotia, arrlvod here
this morning with Henry Maid, purser
of tho Inman line steamship City of
Washington, from whom tho following
particulars wo learned r The City, of
W&shington sailed from Liverpool on tbo
26th of June, and from tbe time of leaving
till tho vessel struck on the wost tide of
port Libor, on tho western coaat,
, NE1THEP. hPN NOP. STAR1
Had been seen, so that it was impos:ible
to obtain observations during tbo entire
pa"agq in order to ascertain the position
of the ship. When the stoamer struck,
about two oclo:!; on Saturday, the fog
was so dense and so thick that no objoct
could be seen three hundred yards ahead;
Everybody on board supposed the vessel
was proceeding on her way to New York,
nnd tho only intimation to tho rotttrary
wis tli" lmavy,
As tho ve'sol wa driven ovor thorough
bottom of tho shonl whero she now lies.
The tcamr was going at the rate about
0 knot rm hour when she struck. There
v,ni no oicitemtnt on board at tho time,
everybody was perfectly calm and Capt,
Phillip, officers and crew immediately aot
about loworing boats and gotting passen
gers on shore, of which there wero I
cabin At, I 151 steerag. Moautime
f.l Si WERE -JllEl
From the stranded ship, and in answer to
them 'men came along'iJe in small boats
from whom tho first intimation was ob
tained as to tbe localltv where the vo"ol
lind lioen driven.
MEUPIII", July 5. A daughter ot
Capt. Edmund A. Cole, agoJ 7, was so
vcruly, If not fataly. burned this morning
by u moquito net catching fire. Her
father was fevorely burned In Mtmpt!nc;
to invn hit child.
ItU ii nJ rail or She
For 21 hours ending 3 p.m.,
July e, 1S73
Jetlerson City ..
New Orleans .,
New Genet a.. ..
St. Jo'eph... .
Observer Slpial Serlce, U. S. A.
Sr Louis, July 8. Arrived- Rob
Roy. Keokuk; Fleming and Grand Tower
Memphis, Maggie P, Peoria, Utah, Little
Rock; Sam Brown, Cairo; Northwestern,
St. Paul, Capitol City, Vicksburg. De
parted. Cambridge City, Fannie Louis,
Cambridge City and Vicksburg, for
Vicksburg; Lit Crosse, St Paul; Maggie
P lor Peo'la; Denver, Illinois river; Hob
Roy, Keokuk; W II Drown, Pittsburg;
Strador, Tennessoo river; Henry Ames,
Tcnnrsioo river; Fleming, Cal-o; Ilaker,
(Juincy Rising slowly. Cloudy and
Evansui.u:, July 8. Tho terrific
storm lat night dono great dauiago.
Worthcr clear tl is nftornoon. Mercury
03. Itiver utationary. Up- Florence
Lee, MlnwlM, Goo. Roborts, Phil. Sheri
dan. Down : Tarascon, Mary Anient,
Frank P Gracey, Floronco Loo, penerolly
fair trips. Quickstep lo.t hnr cltimmiys
In the tornado last night and was carried
out into the rlvor and down to tbo dry
docks. She is repairing and will leavo
for Cairo to night.
LoTisviLUE, July 8. Rlvor rising, 7
loot 3 inches canal; 1 feet 3 inches ehuto.
Charley llowon arrived from Kanawha
with ft tow of salt. Mary Houston leaves
for New Orleans to-morrow evening.
Weather clear and pleasant. HuslnoM
1,1 Memphis. July 8. l'lver declining.
Weather climdv nnd pleafant, business
dull. Departed Mary Iloyd White
''(JIM INN ATI. July 6. River 21 fact anil
rising. R R Hudson, Wheeling; arrived
and returned Wenthor clear and pleas-
" VioK.Bt'0, July 8.-Down, "aft Able,
Yeagcr and Tel.). Up Church, City pi
Helena. Cloudy, ploasant and river foil.
'"little Rock, July 8.-Woathor warm
and cloudy. Rlvor falling; row 10 laches
at Van lluren yesterday.
Nasuviue; July S.-Riter fall n6
with e feet scant on llarpotb bl. D.
3D "WASKCI3Sra-TOIr A.V3233SrTT333
bartel, Arch. p. R.cd for the upper Cum.
a.rland. Arrivals, none. Woathor clear
New OhLEANR, July 8 No anlvali.
Departed, Bismarck, St. Louis. Clear.
FrrrsDCRo, Julf 8 River IT feet 10
inche falling slowly
NiwYork, July 8. Flour quiet and
mure active, made firmer; superfine $5-
6 80; common to good $5 0(gG 15; good
to choice $0 'JOgO 71; white wheat $t 80
(utS. Whlskev in lair rMiiul. QlimoAv
Wheat opened quiet, andcloaod. firm witb
goood d.mand; No 2 Northwest f 1 40
1 41; No 2 MllwaukioSl 42t 43. Uys
heavy and lower. Ilarlev ouiet. Cora
active and a sh.de higher, iteam.r mixed
&lo3c; vary choice da t.iai0c4 rati 63
oOJc; yellow-Woatera.0Oc Oatv btmTjr
arm lower; new western mixta 43usc
. . . uu Unsettled: new men
pork $17 2S017 50; beef unchanged; rut
raeauquieiuuiurm; inori clear sc; long
clear Sift'Jc. Lard strong Western
steam July 3 82.
tT. Locis, Julv 8. Flour firm, trood.
order and local demand. Wheat firm but
no really eood offerlne: No. 2 and red fal
waned command $1 7ol GO respectively.
Corn firmer, 2 mixed 36c cash 37( seller
August. Oats firmer. 2 railed 273l2Sc
cash elevator; 3slc taked. Notblug du
ing in barley. Rye quiet, COc. Pork, fine
Eood Jobbing demand, $10 2&1 50.
Dry salt meats held very firm at higher
prices; no round lots offering. Bacon
stiff, bu.lness restricted It hah nric.i
askod. Shoulders 8c; clear rib OlfallOc;
clear sides lOjc; country clear sides
packed ejc. Hams 14l5c. Lard dull
refined in small way 8c for tierce. Whis
key dull and lower, not taloable at over
87Ka,S8c. Cattle steady and uncbaneed:
nothing doing by rhlppors. Hogs quiet,
Mr.MPHis. July 8. Cotton active and
advanced- low middling 175(28c.
Flour dull and advanced. Corn &3to5&c.
Oats dull and drooping, 38c. Hay inac
tive, man urmer. corn meat dun.
2 75. Pork dull. Lard ouiet and un
changed. Hat-on firm; shoulders 8c; clear
COM MIMION AilDfOBWAIDIIIO
E. II. UATHCSS..
) o cnL
MATHUSS Sc UHL
C 0 M M I 8 S I ONM F. tt C HAN TB
1 AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
J. M. 1'HILLIPP
Forwarding and Commission
hprepired lo forward all kinds of freights
to all polms.
sirliusln-s attcadsd to prompUri
JOHN B. PnLLIS i SON,
(Hiiccn.or to John II. I'hlili,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
TENTB-ST. anp OHIO LEVE
A. J. ROE, M. D..
Having permanently located in Cairo, tenders
hi prolesslonable Hervlces to the Inhabitants
ol the city and vicinity.
Residence and office (for the present) cor
ner Walnut and Twenty-tint streets, where
he may be consulted at all hours. G-4ui.
DR. 13. 0. TABER,
Will resume the practice ol his profession
with especial reference to the electiica
treatment ol diseases In all tbe new and Un
proved methods of application.
In all case, of tcinale complaints a ady
will be In attendance.
Office, 12S Commercial avenue, up stairs.
II. WARDNER, M. D.
utile e and Residence 111 Commercial ave.
title, (next doortothu Atheneum).
WILLIAM R. SM1TI1, M. D.
RKHIDI'.NCR-No. !U ThirtMDth strnst, b-twi-eo
Washington ktpdu and Walnut atroct.
Oltlee Ua CommtircUl atMiun, up llrs.
U. W. DUNNINO, M. D.
RK4I)KNCK-eornr.Ninth and Walout ls,
Oftlce comer rtliir stro-t and Ohio le,
OiHoo hour from 0 a.m. to l'i m,, nd 8 p.ro
DR. G. E. DOUGLAS,
A constant mpply ot pure Nitrous Oxide
Guh, for the painless extraction of teeth, at
tho Dental Room of Dr. Douglas, uccesor
to Dr. A. M. Austin, Eighth street. Mtt
PARKER A BLAKE,
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WALL PAPER, PA1NTP,
ratty, Bfiutat , llaaottnr,
WIITDOW OXAS P.
A nl Hie etUbrated illunnosln
BUOai'lOILPINO 00 B llTH-iT. A COM
Cairo - Ilmwoi.
Our Homo Advertisers.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
ft Hf HA NT A,
DEALERS IN FI OUR ;
SU'l Ajttia or
ohio &ivaa and ciKiwai
7(1 Ohio Lbvkm,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS tor FAIRBANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAUtO. ILLtNOLS.
COFFEY, PACE & CO.,
I'lllWAKOI .v tl
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FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer lu
LimeCement, Plaster, Hair, Etc.
No ObIo lASJt-,
3T1 will sell In car load lots at manutaa
turers' prices, adding tfcight. 4-S-tt
FETUH 0 U 11 L,
it. m ouio usvki:,
S. 1) . AYBRM.
E. .). AVER
A VERS Sc CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MEltOHANTS
No. 76 Ohio Levee. Cairo. Ills.
WOOD RITTBNHOU8K & BRO
Gooeral Uoniiuluton Merohant.-i
IS! OHIO UtYJU,
OFJCITY AND COUNTT.
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AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO,
oojirticrcictrr mutuai.. ura.
travelkra', jubtfobd, un urrj
ajisUm. w ,.w..t..lHM.....$liojjei o
railwat pabsenqem AMtnkuroa'
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HAFFORD, MORRIS ACANDEB,
71 SHI sfT .
FIRE AND MARINE
OBRUABLA, V. T.,
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ComprtilBi the Uidtnrrlttti' AaU7,
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muat euittT will warraaU
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TEUTONIA LIFE IN8URANCM
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
CENT'L.OTriCB, 172 WAJHIBOTOWSt.
This German Life Insurance CoaipsuiT
gnarantca not only Paid-up PoUcIm but
alao a Value in Cash on the NoL-fortaltttr
JOHN A. HTJCK, .
JOHN W. PBUCU,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Life lraraaoa
and Sick Relief by weekly duet and auitttAl
co-operation In object ot public bstnetV .
Tbe LU Insurance Policies will bss lMBM
by the Teutonla Ufa Insuranci Cosapaay.
0. MEYERS, Pmlds8tv-
JOHN W. PRUES3, Ao'T.
WHBI A Jit AJtAUVBU.
R. SMYTH ft CO.,
WHOLESALE OBOOBBfl, J
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AIm, keep oeattaaUy oa haa4 a nest oast
V199 IHSW 99
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Fort, Maderlo, Sherry and OaUwU Wl
H. Smith X Co. are also agent tor Spen
cer, McKiy Co.' rittMuifi tie, ol unlet
large stock Is kept constantly on ho4 at
thelrwhole sale store.
WHITE COLLAR PLANING MILL
IS WALTEBB. Prtri'.
j HARD and SOFT LUMBER
AND , .
, LATH, SHINGLES, OEDAB POSTt)
DOOR8, SASH, BLINDS
Steamboat Lust bib,
Karelth4 oa atMrtest aouee.
I Commsrclal avenue, between Teat aa4
BIN CByOM BTBBKf,
3ARMI, . ILLINOIS.
uooa lUDiinf cuuecua wiu use ewtwi
tnit eajnple room for esses ratal travelera,
Itee omnibus to asJ treei all mbm.
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