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OFFxcao, BTrr.iiEa:ixT sxriiiPusro-, con. isth stebbt a.3t:d "waxn3srca:o3r j.-vs3sttjei
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY, JULY 13, 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AN&COUlvTY.
T11K BULLETlN.iWBf.BflD DUIfl
UIK1ST1AN CHUliCU-Klgliletotii Mrcel
between Wmliictdii and Walnut.
Meeting eerv HundH. at U". o, tn,, and 8
.iuudty K'linol at . p. tn.
rt)rr meeting Wednesday i-wnlnc
I'KKSBYTKHIA.N RlEhtlj Street.
I'reavhlng, Mahbath at in a.m. and 71 .m
rraver weeing, vt eiiuriia ai n p. in.
latitat h chiioj, 3 p.m. .1. M. I.mmden, su
perintendent. Hev. II. Thatch, Pastor
MCTHODMT.-Cor. F.UIilh .md Walnut
Preaching-, Habbatb it 101 and 7 p. ui
Prayer inretlmr, Wnlnf (ty.7J p.m.
Sabbath School, 3. p.m. I.. W. Stlllwe II,
Superintendent. Itrv. K. L. Tnoiros,
CUUKCU OK Tilly UKOKEMhlt-WKo-
Morning prayeri. Bibbalh 11 a.m.
Krnlru prayeri. "J p.m.
"tbbtlh .School, tf .in.
lUv. K. CN, Hector.
.VT. PATRICK'S CIIUUCH-Nintb St. mid
i'ubllc cnlce, Sabbath H:10 and W" a.m.
Venpeni, 7 P.m.
Sabbath School, 2 p.m.
Service every day, 8 a.m.
lUv. P. J. 0'llAUX)H.-f, Prlert.
fjT. JOSKPH'R CHUKCH.-Oeniian,) cor
uer of Walnut and Cron rtreet.
Ma, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
Vespers, 2 p. in.
Ma during week dayi, 8 o'clock a. m.
Ha v. 0. UorrMAN, 1'rieit.
0 KJtU AN LUTHERAN CIIUHCII 13 th
ueot between WaahlnKlon Avenue and
Preaching Bunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock
TION. KtpUu meeting eecond Monday
each month at their room over Kockwell
A Co'a bookstore, Commercial avenue
Weekly Prayer meeting , Friday, 7 p.m. at
I,. W. Stillwxix. President.
SKCOND M1SSIONAUY HAPTI3T
CUUKCU. Comer Syeaxnore and Forty
Unit atreeU. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. in. and a o'clock p. tn.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. nj.
The church U connected with the Illinois
AMOclation, by the Flr-t MMouarj Hap
list Church ol Cairo.
1UV. SOLOMON ljONlHU, Pantor.
A TIM CAN METHODlST. Fourteenth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Menrtcea, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sa'jbaUi School, 1J p.m.
ClaM mceti at 3 p.m.
SECOND FREE WILL MAPl'lST' Fif
teenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service I Sabbath. 1 and 3 p. tn.
iiKV. N.KlCBS, Paator.
FKEE WI1X BAPTIST HOME MISSION
SABI1ATU SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar fltreel.
Sabbath School. 9 a.m.
elHST FREE WILL 1IAFT1ST CHUKCIJ
Herncee, Sabbath 11 a.m.. a p.m. A 71 p. m.
BJtV. Wat. KKLLxr, Paator.
F1HST MJSSIONAHY BAITIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth Stt.
Preaching Sabbath, 10 a,m. and 71 p.m.
Prayer meetlnr, Vt edncaday eternal:.
PrtachlnK, Friday ulnK.
."aVratk fcTflnrri. 'Ir" .John iLixter
ud Mary Stephetu, Superlntendentt.
BEY. T. J. HtiOKia, PaMor.
ICCONI) UA1TLST CHUKCH-FourteenUi
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only Baptitt church re cognlred by the A-
Servlcet. Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and . p.m.
Kkv. Jacob Bradlk r, Hder.
C.UItO COMMANDEBY. NO. MW
Aaaembly at the Asylum Mawnlc Hall, flrnt
and Ulrd Mondaya In each month.
KAIBOCOUNCa., No.3.-Be(rular Convo
MUonatMaaonlc HaD, the tecond "riday
in cftcli month-
CAIBO CUAITEH No. 71.-Beular Con
VwaUolTat Mawnlc 1UU, on the third
Tuetday ol every month,
;AUtO LODGE, So. S.H7 F. A A. M.-ltoru-lar
CommunlcaUona at Maaonlo UaU, the
econd and fourth Monday of each month.
ALEXANDER LODQE, ':rM,e,, ln
FeDowa' Hall, In Arter"" bulldllijf, every
ThUTfMlay evening at H o'clock.
Uovernor John L. Beu-rUlgf.
Senretary of Bute (iooree II. Hilo
Auditor of StaU-C. E. Llppincott.
State Treaiurer-Caspr Uutz.
Attorney Genera Jemea K. .dll.
BupfcTubUc staitiwUoB-SewtoB Hateman
Senatow-llichard J. Ogleby and John A.
UrKpreentatlve ElijUteenUi Diitrlct-Uacc
MEMBEUS GENEbAL ASSEMBLY
KeprenentatUca In tho BOth dlstrlct;r
John H. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma aud Math-
' VnatSr fortbe BOth Ulrtrict.-Jcwe Ware.
1ude-D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
SUtAttorney-p'atrlcU H. Pope.
Wm?MartiD-AiieMor and Treasurer.
ffluuI.E. McCrlte and 9. M.rchU-
90Cl'erk-Jcob Q.. Lynch.
Coroner-Jonn H. Cowman.
Clerk-Michael Howley. t
Attoreey--U. Wataon Wpbb.
lfcoMaglatraU-F. Broa and J. J,
B Marahal and Chlefof PoUoe-Wm. Mcllale,
SSS rvmml.loner-D. J. QHlllgau.
lleaTth Offlcer-W. Woeten.
!ie." t.u. avrA. Ca n lareent,
iKmpTPUrilp lleta, CU. Mebuer
Firat ward-Hiram Blxby und J. M.
1 8.coPnd ward-Herman Meyer, and Wood
BThfi!d0wwd-JohnMcEwen.nd F. Koi
BCtk wrd-C. r. SeUU aud M.
Mv7a-rd-JD0. U. UoWmo. aud Wm
H. Morrln. ,
llHWlIM Ml.M tiam "
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
TIIK UOODRiOH INQI'KoT
NI'M i;d vf.stkrda v.
EXAMINATION OF A XUMIJKH
OF WITNta.SKS JJVTHH
KKT1CKNT WITNESS FKAIIS
HER TESTIMONY WILL
DEFEAT THE END?'
IMilriONKR BKLIEVKI) TO
SUE EATS DAILY OK Til K lil.OOD
OF HMt VICTIM.
ETC., ETC., ETC.
i nit uooMiicii i.vqur.sT.
Nkw Yok, July 12. The OcodricL
Inqneet wai returned to-day In Brooklyn
court-homo Ly coroner Whitehall. The
alleged murdereii, Kate Stoddard, allai
Amy Stone, wm protect.
Till WOMAN'S COL" ,:!.
"Wtn. C. DeWItt wa- retained at roun
el by the priioner.
Mr. Lucotte Myen te.UQuJ She ro
cognized tho walcti, chain and teal, ai
having belonged to Charlei Goodrich.
She alto recognized a tmall charm which
wat on the chain. She could not identify
either poekot-book or diary; bad teen th
pittol oefore; I taw it tn tho handt of a
man namod llotcoe; taw it in hit potm
tion orne time berdre thj murder ; per
bapi a week previoui; he wai in the
treet at the time.
When atked what communication the
had with Roicoe at tho time, the heal-
tated and laid (he could nolantwor.
Coroner : "li it for fear you will crim
Witneit: "No, that it not it; it it b-
caute I think It bf It will dofeM
endt ot J'lttlce.
Witneit then rcognizHl Kate. Sh4
wat positive the knew br at Amy, or
Tho coronor ailed it the would go on
ad give tho Jury any information the
psneiied, when the replied the had noth
ing to Mate, on the ground that iho might
defeat the endt of Juitice. She had teen
this Kat'i and lioicoo together on overal
Queitlon '-Why did you my on the
previoui oxamination that you didn't
know Kate Stoddard?'1 Antwer: "I
had reaioni for laying io.
Tho ni) witnoti wai ilrs. Adeline
Palm, who wm engagod tor4 tnirrled to
Ooodrieh. She wai very nervous and
altcon fainted. She wm ihown the arti
cle; and laid : "1 recognize the U and
two rinj; i they hail bem worn
by him, but I have never cn
t le charm or chain the poclut
b jol hit ; I fall to identify either of
the piltolt; there i a lady pretent I havo
een before I havo n-en tliii one, Kntu
Stoddard, before - it wai at Nnv Yurk at '
'J17 Kat Thirteenth itrect, in company
with Mr. Goodrich j have had a conven
tion with .Mr. Goodrich referrinj to thl
lady, when be laid it wai hit niter; he ,
raid iho lived in Brooklyn; tliii occurred
In June, a year ago ; never had an on
vertAtlon with her at any time.
David Goodrich, father of the murdrud
man, wai next placed on the tatid. Ho
wai iliown the watch, chain, etc., and
identified them. Tho piitol bo dil not
recognize a; the one he bad teen liii ion
Milt Iiandley teitlned that ibe bad
boen looking (or tho priioner, And then ro
tated the ilory of the arroit.
It wai lupposed that the prisoner would
bo put on tho stand, but con t my to cxpec.
tatlon, her testimony wai not taken. Un
der direction of couneel tho accueed will
make noconfesiion of guilt.
TUE rniSONEIt INSANE.
The Brooklyn Eagle taji, regarding tbo
appearance of the priioner, it took but a
a few moments to creato among the by-
landers the imprenion that they wero
looking upon an insane woman, and tbii
woman wai undoubtedly tniane, if ordi
nary caiei of lunacy are to be relied on,
She iat tbore tor a full half hour, imillng
and chatting ploaiahtly, a strange, wild
light beaming from her eyo all the while,
It wai impossible to converse with ber,
(although ihe talked teniibly enough),
without being almoit nbiolutoly convinced
of her luianity.
Said in an interview with a reporter, that
the priioner wai ill yean ago a lunatic,
ana wai an tomato of a lunatic aiylum,
and that her Inianlty was cauiod by disap
pointment in love. The Eaglo alio sayi
that when the chief of police aiked tho
priioner to band him the locket, which li
rery large one, the wai at fint loth to
comply, but leeiog that reilitance wai uie-
Imi, she paised it ovor. On receiving it
the chief took bold to open It.
"Ob, be careful, be careful," laid the;
"there ! mineral in that which 1 don't
want to loie."
Detplta the utmoel cart a little portion
of tbt mlueral, a the called It, fell on tU
' floor, and tbii, to the chlofi surprise, eh
pat in her mouth and
do that for,' Md the
chief of police, loonlnj; steadily into W
tyes. She laid ;
'1IIAT In. C1IAKLS oOOIiKttll s UL0OU.
And lure enough, upon closer elimina
tion of tho locket It wim fo'ind to be tilled
with congiaied blood.
A fowqiteitlon elouttJ ijie fact that
on leaving Goodridit hoiie on Friday,
h had '.aVoii away willi her, amonj;
dlier thin);t, a Mip lull ;f blood which
had oo.-A from his brain. This blood
congealed, and she had been etting a little
of it every day sinri the time of the tMRedy
tiil her capture.
t nr. uoaijoK triAt.
.MauAt-Kir, July II. A Minneapolis
ipecial to the daily WiseomIn,iay during
the proceedings in tho Gordon cite at Fort
Garry yesterday, tho legal papen in tbe
f po'iitiion of Cipt. Hay, were submitted
to the court, whereupon tho legal point
upon which tbe authority to arrest
Gordon depanded, ud boiug oxpoiod,
there was a decided reaction in public
opinion among Maoitobani. Immediately
after .introduction of thu paper, Unitod
States counsel Taylor iued a card to the
public the .-ubitance of which it ai followi:
Gordon win arretted in New York, for
embezzlement j Judge Robert! roleated
him from prison on ball off 37,500; Gor
don fled the country and took
a residence near Fort Garry; hit
whereabouti being discovered, Hoborti
procurod bail, and Pierce executed tbo
power of attorney to Capt. Perry to act
thut. The arrett wai mado to release
Kob'.Tts from bii bond, and by common
law the bailee has tho right to take thli
principal whenever and wherover found.
The treaties and extradition tawi not be
ing applicable In tho caie, the common
law exlsti In Manitoba uncontrolled by
New Yoiik, July VI. Bobeccf. NV.
Kasterbrooke, a well-known contributor
to liar pert' Magazine, and various other
periodical, died last night. The funeral
takes place from hor late residence in
DXUTl! Or QIX. KKAtirOUI).
McuruiB, July 12. Gen. B. M. Brad
ford, who was major of tbe First Miasit-
tppl Infantry during; Oi aivxtcaa war,
and distinguished himself at Buena Vista,
died at rrawfordsvllle, Mississippi, yester
day. liUDDCV DXA.T11.
LociariLi.E, July l; Lait Sunday, at
Shiloh church, near Hopklniville, Mrt.
Emily 0en, wifo of a retpeoted cltlzin of
Christian county, dropped dead at the al
tar while In the act of partaking of com
a TUMULTOUS hfESr..
Vr.iMAiLl.ER, July 12. There wis a tu
multous scene in tbe ftssorably to-day, and
the disorder finally became so great that
President ilutfct was obliged to suspend
the sitting. L'pon resumption of the ses
sion Gambltta ascended the tribune and
Addressed tbe auernby in defense of bis
ipoech delivered at Grenablo. He
aid France wat revolutionary, glorified
universal lutl'rage, and accusod tbJi major
ity of wishing to mutilate minister of jus
ticn'i protest again it charge! of Gambetta,
The government, ho laid, was willing to
accept any time, delate upon its polio-
lioMK, July I'.'. The pope will socm be
stow cardinal hat upon Archbishop Man
ning of England and two Arnsriran arch
bishops. - - .-
Naiavillk, July 12. Eight deaths in
tbo city to-day, tlx children and two
adults. One reported as cholera, occa
iloned by Imprudence.
Four deaths In Chattanooga to-day.
One cholera case reported, caused from be
ing frightened. Weather fair and very
Maui'ius, July 12. Butfivo Interments
roportod to tbo board of health to-day,
two from cholera.
CtNci.sSATi, July 12. Throe deaths
from cholera reported up to 5 o'clock to
THE (.'III EE JUhTlCKSHU'.
Milwaukee, July 12. Tbe Dally
Newi of thli city loarni from Senator Car,
penter, that the chiof Juiticeship will be
offered to Senator Ilowo of tbii Hate,
should Senator Conkling decline,
Liltle Bock, July 12. Tbe governor
has issued a proclamation oflerlng a rp
ward of $200 for tho arrest and delivery
to tbe authorities of tbii state, of II. C
Tlmmoni, charged with railing state
orr Tat- wai path.
u'aiuimotok, July 12. Letteri ircm
tha Cheyenne and Arrapahoe agency re
port that a number of Arrapaboss re-
cantlv started on tbt war path, but all e
nt fourteen were Induced by older
Bjimberi to return to tka rMervatloc.
THE ORANGEMEN'S PARADE
YESTERDAY IN NEW
THE PROCESSION MOVES l.'.V
Nr.w i ohk, July 12. The Oranga pro
cettion itarted from Lafayette place a1
1O.40 tm., with about TOO Orangemen In
line, and the escort of 1,600 police. They
itarted In tho following order ; Carriage
with chief marshal and pollco commit
f loners; carriage with Mr. White from
Canada, and Mr. Fullerton,Lord Orango
Magnate; carrlngei with heads of detec
tive department; thero wero 7 lodgoi,
oach with a banner, and tbe same with
American flags. They had two bands
"IIOTXB WAT in,"
Along Broadway, up, and on the way
back from Thirty-fourth street, "Orange
and Green will carry the Day." Along
Fifth avenue to Twenty-seventh and
Madison avenuo on the march it wai ru
mored that a pistol wai II red striking a
boy in tbe leg. From 8 or 10 windows
on the entire route ladle! waved handker
chief?. One man wai arretted for disord
erly conduct. About 2,000 perions ac
companied tbo procession, of whom some
300 were Irish prolettant workingmen, in
their Sunday clotbei, and about 30 or 40
women, evidently relatives of tbo proces
slonlsts, and of whom about a dozen wore
orange roteltet or ribbons. The Orange
men returned to headquarter! on Eighth
avenuo at 1 p rnn without insult or moles
tation. THE SAXON V HASH.
Louisville, July 12. The Saxony
band played to-night at the exposition
building to a large audience. Tbo Expo
sition company oflorod thn band $1,000
per day to play during tbejeoming Exhi
bition. The offer vu declined, but if
necessary, a leavo of absence can to ob
tained from the king of Saxony, and tbey
will remain in Kentucky.
Pittsbvuo, July 12. 'L"wi and -Ho-
litest foundry, the oldest one in me city,
burned this p.m. about 4 o'clock. Lost
from $26,000 to f.00,000. Insurance $10,
000. The fire caught in the pattern-room
nd before it wai checked, bad communi
cated to a number of tenement houtei on
tbo opposite tldo ol Second aucnue, des
troying them alto five hones. The Pitts
burg gas works wero at one tirao In grett
danger, but wore nvei lotai ios
Wasuinoto.v, July 12. Probabilitiei
Sunday for Gulf ttAtct touthorly wind",
riling temporaturo, falling barometer,
cloudy weather and local rains. For
Middle Atlantic states falling barometor,
rising temperature, fouthcaiterly winds
and cloudy wnathor, followod by local
rain on South Atlantic coatt. For Lowor
Lake falling barometer, southweiterly
winds, increasing to brisk. For Ohio
valley southerly windi, higher tempera
ature anil cluudv weather. For Uppor
Lakes touthwcsterly wind", cloudy
weatb'T nd poisibly rain.
HU nstd rnll ! Hie HI era
For ii hours endiug .'! p. m., July 12, !'
STATIONS. water. Itlse.j Fall.
Jefferson City ...
Lilt e Mock
New Orleans ..
Vlckiburg ... .
Observer Sljrual Service, U. S. A,
Sr, Louis, July 12. Arrlvodi Itob
Hoy Keokuk; Oen, Anderion, Cairo, Ou
Uuuue, St. Paul, Addie Johnion, (lalena;
Departed: Kob oy, Keokuk-t Joo Kon
nov, Moiourl river; Julia, Vlckiburg;
Kelloec and Oonimonwealb, New Or
kansflako Superior, St Paul; Gen. An
derson, Tennessee fiver. River fall ng.
Weather cloudy and warm, ihowen tbii
' Lou?1lle, July .-BlT.r falling; 7
faet 8 lochia canal; 6 feet 8 Inches. Clear
hn.inuss tolerable. Arrived:
Phil Sheridan, Cincinnati; CoIomm, Maw
Orleani. Departed: Sheridan, St Louii.
oXwirJu'r J.7Blm 10 h
a&afalUsg. pfpartadi Jti. D. Parker,
Memphis; Nicl: Longwortb, NowOrleoni;
, Granite State, Pittsburg Weather clear
EvANsviLM, July 12, Clear and
.warmer. Klvor riren 20 Inches; about
statlcary. Up: Idlewlld, Jno F Tolle,
Fayette and ltoberU; W H Brown and
bargos, Charmer. Down: Alex Swift,
Mary Anient, Groy Eagle. Business
MKurntvluly 12. Elver rlilngsteady,
Clear and warm. Departed last night, C
1). Church, Cincinnati; Lady Leo, lted
rlvorj to-day, Henry Amet, New Orloam;
Capitol City. Viclaburg ; Grand Tower,
St. Louis; CUrksville, Littlo Bock.
1 NAHIVII.LE, July 12. Ella Hughes
failed to got oil' ycslordey; departed for
cairo mis aitornoon. No arrivals. Iliver
fallen U inches Iatt2l hours; 4 feet scant
iCKSBUiio, ,iuiy 12. no boats down
to-day. Up, Mary Alice, Shannon and
Bart Able, Cloudy, warm and river fall
ng. New Oulkaris, July 12 No arrival!.
Departed, Richmond and fl. C. Yoagor,
St. LojIs. Clear, warm.
SmtEVEi'ORr, July 12. Elver fell 7
Incbci. Departed: John T Moore, Now
Orleani; no arrivals.
PlTTBUUKO. Julv 12.---MonoDcabela 4
fiit 0 Inches and falling steady.
St. Loi'lH. Julv 12 Flour nulol am!
Wheat dull and lowor; No 3 fall $1 26;
prime old and white $1 40.
corn nrm; xso a mixed 38c.
Oati quiet: No 2 mixed 32c.
Barley quiet; No 2 iprlng 60o.
Bye firm, C.Oc.
Whiskey higher, 88'c.
Pork lower, $10 50.
Dry salt meats nothing done: held
Bncon linn; shoulders SJ3Sk; dear
rIL lOlglO'c; clear 10j10c.
Lara nominal; summer neid at ro.
Uogi nrm, 14 1 36.
Cattlo quiet; Inferior to common $1 CO
(T,.3 75; fair to choice $1& CO.
nEw uni.r.ANi, ,miy iv. -urtn urmer,
Lard firmer, tiorce as; kej; I0j10c.
Sugar trood demand; trood to fnir
yc; prime 10c, others unchanged.
tttening 27; tight ; gold l&j.
Cotton Qtilct: sales 1,000; good to ordin
ary 16c; low middling 1 7 Jc; middling 18J;
middling Orleuni 16; receipt t 300; ship
ments to Great Britiau 26S; coast 2.14C;
I'Uartured Mareb at, tsti.
OITY MA.T10NAli BAKK, OAIHO
A. B. SAFFOBD, I'resldent;
a. S. TAYLOB, Vice-President;
11. UYSLOl, Secretary ami Treasurer
p. at. itucui,
P. II. Biocxriitu,
K. II. Crntanta.
I'ilT. fJ. tk-BTB,
II I . MAlUPil,
J. M. J'HIlllM.
Drpsella of mar Aniounl KeMieevllroan
Tru Ceil la I'pwanla.
rMTEKKdT paiJ on ileponltt at the raianf all
eroDt. pr annum, March iKtanil Hp(em
tr Istoroitool wl(tiJrn li tJJM imios.
dtatclj to the principal of lha dpolt, therebf
KlTinji idd ouuipviuia imrrri..
UAHHIBS WOMEN ANU UIULUBKM MAT
9 TKAV NO 01 Ut CAO CU II.
Opon -intf bniilneo dtj from a a. to. to 3 p.m.,
and hatuniar f'.o lor HAVl.Nfl HKl'lWJTt
odI., rromi io o ciock
W. UT8LOP, Treaiurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
3 -vi-r fC.
I!A I Kit,
I LI. I Ml I h
W. I llAl.LIUAY, HrnMett;
Htt-NKT 1.. HALLIDAY, VlCfFfMMfni
A. B.HAFKOK1), UmIiUt)
WAI-TKB HY4I.OI. Ai.l.nn Otihl'r
Hints TitLOt, Kosiit U.Oi'Hmnaiim
Oa-iavL.IUu.iDAT, W. 1. Uallidat,
Oao. I). Wiuumion, HiarniN Uisu
A. H. BArroan.
Kiriiasare, Votu ssjmI VbIUmi sale
BoauU aVsBarht mn Sold.
D2P0flIT8 reeelved, and
a Reneral lanktm
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It, W. MlI.LEH, President.
.1. M. PlllLUM. VIce-1'renldent.
Ciuh. CUN.MNailAM, Cashier.
CULLKOTION8 PROMPTLY MADK
TTIXOHANOK, coin, bank notoa and Umtec
tlutet enourlllet bougbt and told,
latartiat Allowed on llsue Depaalla.
W II IT K CO L L A 1U ' L AN I NU M I L L
N WAI.'I'KHN, artrlxlor.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SU1NQLK8, OKDAU POSTS
DOORS, SABU, BLINDS
Kurnlshed oo tliorlesl notiee.
Commerolal avenue, between Tenth and
Our Home Advertisers.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FI OUR ;
lait Aftu nt
OHIO BIYBH AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lbvbk,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oata, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ioe FAIRBANKS SUA LEB
Ohio Levee, CAIBO. ILLLNOld.
COFFEY, PACK & CO.,
' U H W A H O 1 S ti
A .V D
FLO UK AND COUNTRY PltODUOE
GENKRAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Lime.'Cemknt, Pl.AHTKIl, II A I K, Kr.
rTTl will ell in car load lotn :it
turert' price, adding ireluht.
S, D. AVBRf.
A VERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Levee, Caibo, III.
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WOOD RITTENHOUS & URO
(Joueral CommiMloo Moronaoti
Our Home AdrcTtiMrt.
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BEMIS, BROWN & VO.,
Aoknts Uoms CmoN
HO. 80 Ohio Lrree, Cairo, HU.
WARD & ROBERTS,
Dealers m Witvcow Shasm,
Wall Pamb, Fumi Wcna '
Lead, Liirms Ow-
SriBiTa TuRPiimsa, Gicn
Shellac, Alcohol, Etc., Ktc.
WaabingtoB avenue and Eeventh itmt,
Cairo, ... Ilukm
Cet.EMvsath skavaA r filar Btav.
Informs the publlo that be baaaa
aervlcei of a Flnt-claaa Wajraa i
also a Flrat-dasa Qorae thotr and lanadT
In tbii trade wui apalr and diapatcK
NEW LIVERY STABLE
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Dr. B. P. rialiU I&Tsrmt tn aaUJe thai k ba
on the Borthweet aide of Taata atreel at aaat
Bli atablea wUl be fUraUBed wills aaae bat It
AMD GOOD VKHIOLB8.
and tho public may be acceauaodated at al
honr of tho day and nlfht with safe teata
on the loTfert temu.
Dr. Melds uki a share efpvbUepattwam
and will endeavor to merit it by lair dalla
and itrict attention to btulr
For Salo at Whoieiale or BW1.
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