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JjUNB.OBKI:LV. Kdluir and l'ubllibor
TERMS OK THE UAU.V riri.Ll.TlN !
OMtufc by "tiler
i vear bT carrier, in advance 10 W
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TUB DOLLAR WEEKLY llCLLKiTN
.tnkn M. nhrrir has reduced the subscript
in r nf ih Weekly Cairo Bcllxtih
to One Dollar per annum, maUnR it the
cheapest ppif puniistieu in souiuern miuui
Bending matter wrrj ptitfe.
Tnt railroad and warehouso commis
sloners, now in session at Springfield, af'
firm that thu Cbiceco and Altnn railway
are disposed to act with moro fairness, in
Its freight tariff, than any road in ttio
tat, and that tho rate prepared by tu
commissioners and those prepared by th
ro4 will differ very sllphtly
Duxtxo the month of June, there wero
fifty-threo doatbs from cholera in Paducah
and from the JlrU to tho oli;!ilh of .luly,
there" wee twonty-tbren deaths. The
'Tobacco 1'lant Of Wednesday last says'
The hoaith of ourcity Is much bottor
tho heavy rutin and purer air having u
desirable effect. Tho cholera tcaro is
bating, and-the -business of the city Im
proving. It Is confidently bolIevd that
there will be no cholera hero n week from
now.
The Phlladelphlans havo tukon time by
the foro lock In their preparations for the
centennial colobration In 18TC. Thev
bave made the formal dedication of the
ground at Falrmount, where tbo exhibi
tion Vuiidlnea are to bo built; tbo state
and city have agreed to contribute, three
millions of dollars of the nine or ten which
it Ii supposed tbo exhibition will require;
tho organization of tbo company who have
taken tho business in hand is eomploto; a
separate woman' committee has also gone
to work, and much devotion has j own
itself among all daises. In duo time, wo
"have no doubt, tbo enthusiasm will spread
Itself to other prts of the country, and it
will plainly appear two years benco that
thii internktionHl uxhihilion on tho armi
rersary of American independence will be
tberuoit rcmarknble Industrial orcnt, as
that was most fniportant political
event, that the world haa uvcr seen
The figures below show the reduction
in the tarifls of tho Western Union Tele
graph Company that went in cd'oct July
lit.
On February J, JS"3, tbo highest rate
between any two points wa' pmccd t
60, thus reducing the raf" from tho Jlid
die and Eastern States to points on the
Pacific coast, Texas, ttc, fully CO por cent
The following list will show tbe old and
new rates to eighteen points throughout
country bj way of comparison, the nuw
rates taking effect Julv 1, 167.1
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From St. Louis to 'ieinvnnK T,:n words.
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SberuiaD, Tex
ObirlstOD, S. C
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Denw, Col
ICansas City. Jlo
Lawrence, Kan
Springfield,
iDdiauapolii, 1ml
Hamilton, Ohio
Klchinond, Va
Wllksbarre, Fa
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A SrErtAL Washington dispatch Rives
th following ."pley account .if fi meeting
UtweenOov. Davis of Texas and tho (Jul
veston postmaiter both now in "Wu'hin!;.
ton
"The unpleasantness between prominent
Texas politleiatis here vosterduv, whirh
was said to have resulted In u mort to
pistols, loems to Imve been overstated.
i ne --parties were Gov. Davis and Un.
Llarke, member of eouijrcu, who was r.
lb0 lMl Jt nipears that
lo. Davis became from time to time
very much excited when charging fraud
and dishonesty upon Clarke? Tho
latter received tho charges without ro.
tntment, aad Davis wa. provoked
at the seeming iBdiilortnco of I'lnrkn to j
these i;rve allegations Clarke proposed
a postponement of tuir contruvprsy until !
anuther day. but C.v. ) is ihitf, "ISo ilr,
we settle this now. to-night. Thwooin b
no end to our controversy until vou go to
the peitmwtcr general and inform him
that yo. re thoroughly dishonest and cor
rupt, and thit yon have been soiling uov
emtntnt patronaeo. I have the nroof In
:vr,0,,,!lon I tball not have donu
?uu ntll 1 have turned you out of
C1"kc PUcldl' "P'W. "Ah.
Iv J ,U" Sn n friends.-'
.j.
'OT HEUK.
ThoNstwYork Herald, in au editorial
on tba march of tho cholera, -av "it has
madeits wry up tbe Mississippi tu its junc-
.iuu wuu mu umu ai uairo, trorn which
point it iJai pursued the linu a the main
stream tot. J,ouisand tho Ohio to l.-iuis.
villa and Cincinnati and rumor says to
Pittiburg." This Is a correct detail of tbe
'routoof tho'cholora sa far, we believe, i,m
tba Impression apt to bo conveyed by It that
'Cairo has iiitforcd a visitation of the dis
ease is wrong. There have bom In this
city but two fatal cases of what
basbton called by some physIeiHii chol
era, by ntbois cholera morbus, which or!
gloated In tbe city. One of thetn occurred
Ujtween tvo and three weekf,iio the othor
last week. There have been enses of chol
ersVand fatal ones brought to unr jiort by
steamers aud from across the river wbeu
it broko out among tho railroad laborers,
but until this time, Cairo has boon
alogulirly sd considering her exposed
ijtuttloo lwoit miraculously free from
beWst pldomlcor any form, and no
ffjjfo'itit existed biro at any time In ro
to Its though a a mtasure of safety
yj.U'rocautlpcs bate bepp ttkeu to
ijMsistliut its spread ir. tbo ovout of lu
ppsMTstnce.
THE BULLETIN.
a roT or GOLD,
Wo Cnditho following account of the
discovery ot a pot of gold-nut l lM0. r"01
of a rainbow," but turned up by tnearauo
or afpiow In or.'o of our Southern Illinois
oichan'go-
About thoyoarlSlTorlSISa l)r Marsh
11 removed from Obi loOallalln county
mi settled on Inrm in Cottonwool pre
lnet. II was furmerly a surgeon in the
liritish Navv. After hl arrival here he
frequently Intorinttl thoio with whom lo
neontne intlmai", oi ni iiavmg iiion,v
that he Rot ft large sum of paper currency
changed Into com, paying a considerable
sum for that purpose. Tbo doctor was
an eccentric person, ana tut neignojn m
nuently cotloed trial ne carried a oag oi
coin Into the field when he went to work.
lie did not lire long in thl country till no
took lck and diedj leaving a wife and child
a linuu ooy. mnny ji'ar? ani
death tho people of tbli f ectlon wero hor-
rillert hv ticarini oi the atrociou murorr
of Mri.'MnritiAll and child and tb burn-
InK of thii romulm in tbo tiouic, ovidontiy
fnr tho nurnoie of robbini: her. During
- - - . m - - i .
tbo excltumont ovoral ituplcioncd prtie
were burn? up for tho
ilrtnr. tlifltn ,
I''l'" w - i
difcloic, but no cluo to the perpetrator ot
the deed wni fjiind. Miortly alter tun a
man by the name of Dryden, who born
bad reputation among bis noii;bbor, and
wa om oftboJUiplcioncd partiesromoved
to Mlssour'., wborn he wa bun for tho
murder of a man with whom be quarreled,
nnd who it appes knew omcttimt; of
tbo Mariball murder.
Year have pMod nwav alnco these
events, hut they are again brought to tho
memory of our citizens by tho llndini; of a
lir of coin a fow weoki inco on tho place
formerly occupied by Ibt.vVan'ii'l family.
I'ho 11 r, (11 tig ot tbo money wn kept n
ccret for son.o time, but It finally leaked
out. A small bov, by the namo of I'.ouyer,
wai plowlnp In tho field for two men nam
ed hut her, brolhor.", who bad tho frm
rented, when his plow struck the jar, to
which ho called tin. attention of his em
ployers. They told tho boy to plow cn
and" they would po wht was In it. Tho
jar contained gold and sliver coin, but It
Is not positively known now tnticn. j ney
qnvo tho boy'S'iOO. It is thought thorn
must Have been a considorauin sum
So it appears that after tbo brutal mur.
dor tun rouoors wero nnnoio 10 gci poci-
slnn of tho money.
OSETni'.M FOR TI1K 1'KESlDENOY.
Tho intimation from "Washington
thnt tho friends of Con. Grnnt arn laying
tho plans for his socond re-election to the
presidenrv, cslls forth a mcgestivn edi
tlonal article in tho Now York 'Horald'
concerning tho presidential ollico and Its
rolatlon or non-rolation to Republican In
stitutions. Tho ploa of tho Orantitos that
Oen. Grant is the ablest, the best nnd the
greatest man In America, nnd doserves a
third tbrm of tho high office ho Is Ailing
for the second term, has not been urged
upon deaf oars. It Is truo that too many
uf tho pooplo, immrred in business, nnd
thoughtless from carolesnes., stupidity or
design ns to the publio welfare, would boo
tho second re-eleotion of Gen. Grant with
little or no regret for tho weakening senti
ment of respect nnd duvotlon fur republi
can institutions which tho fact
of lis uccomnlisbraont would
provo too plainly. Hut large
a this class may he, tho-o is another ono
composed of good men and truo mon
whose patriotism is not limited by party
names, or evidenced only whon danger
menaces the country in tbo form of wars
and rumors of wars at homo or abroad;
who ii ro (watchful in poacu ns
well as In war, and while not
found In a blind slavery to precedent, nro
Jealous of any step wlilcUln fact, if not in
name, would bo nil innovating one, and ,
tend to a waken ami destroy our InitltutionF.
This Is tho cla-s whose oars have been
startled by tho announcement flcn
Grant for tho third term " it is tho class
of whom tbo lamented Greeley was a type
and of whom thero aro many lu lug repre
sentative', and whoso belief that tho in
cumbontottho presidential ollico should
be restricted to ono term Is founded, not
on selfish end narrow idca, but on tbo
conviction that the safety of republican
Institutions In America demand su;h h re
striction. They foel and feel truly, that
thore is no argument favorable to tho elec
tion of any president for a third time, that
may not he equally (is appllcalily urged
for bu election the fourth timo nnd the
fifth time and that when it is acquiesced
in by tbo people that nny ouo man is so
able and io wiso that his continuance in
office ii n neco'slty to the country, tbe
danger lo our institutions is not chimeric
al, far off and imaginary, but palpable,
threatening and not to bo ignored. Df-
very from this ilang.ir is possible and
easy, and lies not nocoHrily in the abol
ishment of tbo nresidontial oflloo the
gist of tho 'Herald' article above alluded !
tu but in the restriction by congress il i
tbo prasidoncy to ono term for eaeh in- i
cumbont
STATE NEWS.
Johnson county l aliout to urgnnuo n
farmer's club.
John G. Young, tho money order
counterfeiter ol Chicago, is still nt large.
Decitur built morn dwelling bou.ei
laityear than in any previous ono of Its
history,
A tiro ut DaKulb on Thursday night
destroyed live thou.and dollars worth of
proirtv
Uiere were fifty-four moro deaths in
Chicago Ittft week than during tho pre
vious ono.
The Mcieman steel works, a corpora.
tmn for tho maiiufaeture of steel rails, wa-
licensed at Springfield on Saturday.
Mr. (ieoruo Sineley ol Decatur, a il.oo
doalor und manufacturer of that town, wat
drowned near there on last Saturday even
lug. Loar i: llrauo of .InekfonMlle have
been Hwardud the contract for bulldlut; tno
main structure of tho lllinuls institution
for tho blind at that place.
Aud still they comu; Mrs. Liuu I).
Maxwell announctis herself as a ear.didato
for superintendent of schools in Wabath
county, and Mury P Leiuau is acaudiilato
for tbe same ollico in Marlon county.
The board of oducation of Chester,
have reduced tho salary of the
principal of the public schools irom ono
hundred dollars a month to seventy-live.
This ia a backward progression which does
not ipeal: well lor Chester.
Phillip Township, in White eouuty,
bu a haunted bout troubled by spirits
of a very uneasy fort Large stones drop
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, Sl'NDAY, JULY
through tho celling and lesvo no holo ;
brickWs. ilv around in every direction ,
bed nro thrown out of doors by unseon
band; nnd tables are overturned. The '
poopl'o in tbo vicinity r.ro much oxcited '
and opinion, vary b lh oauso of tb. '
opini
disturbances.
n.nU Vuli-nline. the lieavv wool
buyer of Aurora, Illinois, who bus been
ablrt to obtnlll ipocial rates with tno uu i
cngo, Jlurlinj;ton Qulney railroad here- j
tofore, for the shipment of his vfrtol, being
unabl.t to makn any arrangement with tbe
company under their new tariff of rate',
ha eontrvled tn end his wool to .loliet,
some twenty rnllcs, by team, and then past
by tbe Michigan Central railroad. An
amotlnf now on band, equal In bulk to
four car-londs, will be shipped at once in
UiU manner, tho Jlrst loads starting to
day. Il this arrangement ho saves fif
teen cents por hundred In shipping from
Aurora to New York. Chicago HntM
Reporter.
lT.HSONAI..
Tho pope Is an aisurcd convalescent.
.loo. .lefferson and fnm'ly havo gono
to Europe.
ItlsKnld that Laura Kecne I dj lug
of consumption.
Mrs. Abraham Lincoln pas.e thl
Slimmer in Canada.
Whllclaw Held will marry Miss Ida
Greeley, says rumor.
Henry Wnltorson says that London
lj as wicked as Fans.
Uev. M, Workman, whoso wife killed
.Mrs. Hodges, is to have n church trial,
Hon. Sidney i!reoe, now chief Jus-
llcoof Illinois, is sevonty-threo years ol
age.
Mrs. lien ilutler, in her ante-marital
days, was an actress and loading lady at
tbo National theater in Now York.
Mark Twain has been hanquottod in
England, and made a speech "which drew
forth laughter and applause from all
around him."
A young lady of l'ittsburg, la., has
juf-t come into a fortune of nearly two
millions jf dollars by the death of her
father, Thomas Mckee, Esq.
Ilenry Iloass and F. L. Xlelchnrlt
liquor dealer and saloon-keeper, and Chris
topher Spiles, blacksmith, all of Louis
vllle,ownod the ono hundred thouand dol
lar prize ticket.
Tho ladies who wroto letters to Aloxts
during his visit to America, will ho
pleased or annoyo.1, according to circum
stances, to hear that all such letters are be
ing mado into a book.
Mrs. 1,'tlo Ilrookor, a sister of Vic
toria Voodbull,died of ijphol I pneumonia
in Now York City on Fridav. .Mrs.
ilroukcr had been an actress previous to
her marriage. Ilor doath was induced
partly by oxecsvoi drinking.
UAHKH
E NT E UPRISE SAVINGS
(Ilurlnreit .TInrili HI.
OFFICE OK
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO
OKS ICK118 :
A. It. H AFFORD, Froiidonl;
H. S. TAYLOR, Vlco-1'reHldfnf,
11. IIYMI.OF. Hecrotary anil 'I'roasilror
tusstTORs!
r. li. IltaOLAI,
K. li. Hiik iritTil.
Oiiss. OiiidMsa,
1'ai'L (I. Hoiim,
K. II, OCNSisdiuu,
J. M, l'nii.Mi's. I
II. I , (I AI T,
IlrpiialM ul tutr AaiotiiiS UecrlviMl Irom
'Sen (Vista t'liwnrda.
rJJTF.KF.HT paid on deposits ai . rste ol an
percent. pr annum, Maroh Island iptcm.
ber 1st, Interest not withdrawn Is adclftl Imme
diately lotr.o pnnoipnl of the deposits, thrrebs
Rlrinc them compound Interest.
MAKIIIKD WOMEN AND OlIILnnKK MAY
nitrosiT Mutrcr
'1 THAT NO USS SU1 CAS I.aAW IT.
Open rerf lnulnnf i1t rrom J a.m. m a n.m..
asd tstunlar er,nH Inr HAVLN'1 DKPtcnt
onlj, from t io 4 a clock.
auinl W. IITHI.OP. Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
E3 A.XJ 'hZ.
OA I HO,
CAPITAL,
ILLINOIS!
sino.noo
w. p. IIAI.I.IUAY, I'rojidt at,
IIKNUI I.. IIALLIDAV, Vice-Presl.le nt
A, H.HAFKOKI), Cssbleri
WALTKR lirHl.OP, Sillti On.'.ier-
Huaiii Tstwa, lloaiai II. CcsMsuutw
llssiii L. Hauiuas, W. P. ilALMnar,
i. so. I). Wiiiumsok, Htsrnsi lUav
A. II. Hirroni,,
t:xohitiiK, Volsi unci Unllcwt ninlea
Honda nought aud Sold.
li'.HO-flTH recelsod, and a unicrsl Unkind
buslne. none.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK j -or
vaiuo. '
it. tt. Miller, President.
.1. M. I'mtur. Ylce-I'resident.
Cmah. Cu.si.M.NoiiA.M, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
TlXOIIANriK, coin. l.snV notes and Under
SU dtate teourllles bought ami sold.
Inlereal Allowed on llnir nrinl.
I.l'nilllll.
I WIIITK COLLA H PLANING M ILL
S UAIi r.ite), lTii.rleti.r,
iistLsaia
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
AMU
LATH, SHINOLKS, UKDAR POSTS i
1)00113, 8A8H, BLINDS 1
orders solicited.
Stbamhoat Lumber,
Furalsheil on ahartest notice,
Couitnercial avoouo, between Tenth and
Eleventh streets
CAIIIO:
Ids
Homo Advcrtisoments.
REAL WTATIt AGEHCTr
J()lm Q niinnall
Ctuw, Thrttiin
it A TIM AN' V HO
.10HJ, Q. IIAlWIAN A
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COI.IiKOrOIt.H
CONVKVA.NOlinn
tirlli for. oltUli HI. atld tstslu IfM
Caiko, Illinois.
Offer lor sale at low figures and easy term
Hi' lollowing real ciaie :
So 1 An elegaut cottage, corner Twelfth
and Locli't street', Is 27 and2Vj 1, third ail.
Lots aboe grade, fi lots in Ii 4, In what l
known as thi Kldgo lllock:" those lots run
throilKbtue blocK irom riuecniii in mi.
teenth street', and the bc't reldenee prop-
prtv in the cliv auioimnz prnneny ins
Ighly
iinprovcu.
in y Lots.", ami 4. b 4r. cltr. Washlneton
avcnilf. between Thirteenth and Fourteenth I
street', wct 'ble. Hood twn-'tory building '
on each I'd. . .....
NonAI'o. vacant lot. and 0. adjoining
the above. Lot 14, I) 2.1, city,
on siKtls ureet, outh side,
betwccnCommcrclalatitt Vahlligtoli ac
line, will bo -old In tracts to ult purehaer,
...n- ln- nnd oncasv lrrm.
N'n I- Lots 7 and 8, h as. corner ot Four-
, teentn aim rninur Miei'i", iruiu va i upnu
' street, ct siile, oppo'llc po.olllce block.
iispicniitd nusinc's nuiuiiiur, resi
dence in econd 'lory, 0 room, hall and
front and rear 'lalrway. water on both lloor,
In number one condition; Itustcd on north
west corner ol Commercial avenue and
T.vcHH. lreot. A Rival l.alffaln If s-olil
soon.
Ho R Lob I, 7 and t. b 22. city, on
Couimcrcl il axeiiue. bew. 'li I'liurlh and
Fifth streets Lots 20 and 21, li 23. city, on
WiiMilnetou as en tic. between uttn ami
Sixth stroetH. Term eapy, price low
No 7 Lot II, In b IS. on Nineteenth
street, between Commercial nscnuo and
Poplar treet a great bargain. l.nt'J.., i .....
lt ail., on v aiiiiiginii aveinie.
No ti Two M-r ileslrablo busincM hnuso '
and two lot, on hdMh (.trcrt between Com-1
mcrclal and Washington :ieiillcs, will be ,
sold at terms to pay purchaser rental of 2.'. !
per cent on investment.
1 ci.. .... I.. .. nn l.t .l ltl..l. 1
i ji.v in ..... ii'n11
ground. T-'sieacii on cay jiayiuciiis.
No Hi Lots I anil 2, in u It north corner ot
Tenth and Lctcc street. Rest buslnes loca
tion In the city terms easy. Lots'.! 1, 22 aud
S3 In b 111, 1st ad., south corner ol Twentieth
and Poplar streets. Also three lots in court
house bioc, ironting on ropiar sirccr.
No 11 A Hplendld two-story rcldence on
north cast corner of Walnut and Ninth
street", with two lot. very deirablc prop-
trkJo 12-Lot.s 18 and 10, b 70 south side of
Twcntv-first street, opposite "Convent
lllock'"' very desirable tor residence pur
pose, cheap.
No lo A well Improved farm of 210 acres
no acres under cultivation: houscsnnd barn
irood orchard, bearing trees; running water
through farm aboe ocrtlow. Ouo quarter
mllo from station and depot of Cairo .V fet.
Louis railroad. Will be .old on easy term:
lorill'i por acre.
Noll Ten ot tho choicest lots, In block
Ti7, 1st addition, above crade, bcautllltl resi
dence location, will be sold at a great bar
gain. We call particular attention to thl
property as It will be sold very low.
A KINK CHANCK 1'Olt IN VKSTMKNT.
In addition lo tho foregoing we oflcr for
sale, or lease, a larcc number of vacant lots,
In different part ot the city, ombraeing No
1 business and residence property.
In unimproved lauds, we .iue for ale
overS.'i.OOO acrus In Alexander and Fulaskl
counties, at prices ranging from 92 to Sir.
per acre, and are prepared to offer induce;
ments to purchasers that cannot be equalled
In Colorado, Texas or any other place or by
"any other man.' A lanje amount ot land ol
the very best quality, In Alexander and I'll
laskl counties, belonging tn the Illinois Cen
tral Railroad eompany, lor the. sale of which
we ure the agent, will be sold very low mid
on such easy term that a person ol Industri
ous habits, with a Very small mm or ready
inoriev. can In a few Yearn become the
owner of a productive farm. Wo have
plat.i aud description of all lands offered
lor sale and will take nleasure In showlnir
purchaser), the property. Titles to all landu
oold by us guaranteed, and shown Irom the
patentee when required by abstract!". Ap
ply lo .IOHN . II A It MAN CO.,
Cor. Sixth and l,ece sts., ('alio,
.Iitno 7. IS7I!.
U. WINSTON A CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUOTIOSKKRS,
74 (rKl'ONn FLOOR) OrtlO LKVKK,
cairo, im-p,,
Buy and Hill Heal Kntate,
PAY TAXKS,
r'DHNlSH AUSTRAOTS OK TITLE
Anil pierare Oonsejanoaa of KlD'ls!
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' I01IIS11U! AMUrUatWABDIMU
t. II. MATIIU8S..
1 C VltL
MATHUS3 Sc. UHL
AMIS UKIfKHAL,
i C 0 M M I 9 S I ON M R R C HAN TS
HKALKK1 t.S
I AY AND WKSTKRN PUODUCIO
tllllO A.KVEK.
JOHN II. P1ILLIS & SON,
(Suocesaors lo John I). Chillis,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
ASH
FORWARDING MERCHANTS
AHD
DKALKRS IN II AY, COKN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. 1 ENTI1-ST. a.m. OHIO LEVK
I1AIB0, I LLC.
I.ST.BI.INIIl:i IH5.1.
J. 0. MATIIKWSON,
COMM ISSION M ERCHANT
AndAi;ciit for
Ha; i;u anu Dri'o.sr Powmcp. Co.,
AUGUSTA, OA.
7-5-tlui
NTEAMBUATH.
OAIRO AND PADUGAH
All. BOAT.
The aplaudld staasner
Dick Fowlsb, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
P.io For frolght opu(ag apply on boat or
u jAS.TsUtXORT, A't.
13, 1873.
Our Home Advortisors.
COMJII(SfIO!' MEWCHAJirn.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS
GENERAL AGENTS
FOKWAKMNO and COMMIrfSIOK
St K It ' II A a TSS.
DEALERS LN FJOUH;
n l Sc.sl of
HIS IO KIVHU AMI KANAWHA
SA.LT OOXPAK'T-ina.
70 Ohio Lrvkk,
CaIUO, lLI-t.N0!n.
MILLER k PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
FOKAVAKDINO M KKCH A NTH,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN (
Oats, Hay, otc,
AGENTS ioh FAIKBANK'8 80ALES i
Ohio Levee. OA1KO. ILLLSOI3.
COFFEY, PACE .V CO.,
' O N W A II II I Ml
A V II
COMMISSION MEKCHANTS-
iiavi.rr. lr
hay.
CORN.
OATrf,
MEAL,
KLOIIR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
8-1'JtI
u. olosi:,
(IKNKRAI, COMMISSION MKItCIIANT
And dealer In
LiMK.'CtMK.ST, Pi.astick, Hair, Eic.
Mu Otilo l.evee.
KiTI will sell In car load lot at mtnulac
liners' prices, adding Irclsht. i-'i-li
E. .1. AVKIt
S.I), avchh.
AYKRS .V CO.,
FLOUR
ANII-
OKNKRAL COMMISSION MKHOIIANTS
No. 78 Ohio J.xvxk, Caiko, III.
l-7tt,
PUT Jilt 0 IJ II
Lxcluslse
FLOUR MERCHANT
AM
MIL H'ruiS' A3-EKT,
No, Ml OHIO I.LVEL,
3-'J0 tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J. 31. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and Commiasion
MERCHANT,
AID
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETOR.
prop ared lo forward all kinds of freights
to all points.
aDustotss attended to promptly;
WOOD RITTKNHOW. A "RO
FLOUR
AHP
GiUiral CommiMiou Mwbo
183 OHIO LBVXIr
Homo Advertisements.
IHlIluvi,
W.M. taoms. "
KnorTrtbllo. No.Pnh. aa.l tl.B. Ontn
KIRK, 11UI.L.OAHOO, 1.1 VK STOCK
ACOIDKNT, LIKE,
LlTaTJEAWOB.
ATNA, UAkTKOKIi,
AM f,M,!tc4 0
. .NOH'IIJ AMERICA, 1'A.,
ets - 1.:SJ,m1 ()
HA H I FORI I, CONN.,
ts.sts ,.,.J,M4,2U 72
PHCr.NtX, IIAKtMIMH,
m ll,?S1,t4S S'
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tort u. .fl,.,'.S,si
I'UT.NAJI.llAKTFOKI),
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CI.KVKt.tND, CI.CVKI.AM),
IM'i71 '
iiotm.coLu.Mntis,
a..i ius,a- t
AM KHIUAN CK-NTHSL, MO
A. I'M. SM'.f.il
I CtlNNF.CTIUUT MUTt'AI. LIFE,
' Afst si,M'e,(si(i ''
'IKAVK.1.F.K8, HAHTFOltD, I.IPK S.SI
ACWtlK.Nr,
. i!,.'ie.ei e
' KAII.WAT rAH-l!.M)):il- A'M'KA.NOK
:o., itAirri oui',
Ami , M,i.o. ill
iNii(iasnr..vr. iioston,
s..etp $SV,i.2 i'
SA FFOKD, MOhTiIS ,t CA N l)KB,
71 Otitis l.nrr,
FIRE AND MARINE "
1 1ST S TJ 2? A. WCB
'1tlArtlKk.
! N1AQARA, N. Y.,
A""l-
..ll.4!r.,ii
QXHMANIA, M. T.,
Assets - i,(Kyi,Tit n
IIANOVBH, M. T.,
RKPUULIC, X. fi
A-P.l.....
nt s: to
AstU 71 1, IS CO
Comprising tbcL'nilsrwrilfrt'Asnar.
VONKKIl, SC. T.,
AssH' - St
ALJIANT CITT,
Af'tl
riuEUz.s'e ruMH, n. p.,
Aft... .,..
BRCUBITY, !. T. UARIKJC,
Sl.Ms I.SSI.MO
HtntAN Illlna Snraltnr.. Ilulla ftnl C.r
goe'i insure ai raiM as lasnraui? aa onmi, prr
ihidcdi ificurur win wswranu
I rp:lfully ut of tho eltlssnsol C
, sharrnf tboir palronacr. L
('.M.UCOUKN,
TKUTON1A L I F K INSUHANCK
OK OHICAQO, ILLINOIS.
CesT'L.OrriCK, 1 7J VT ssniMriTON St.
AOTIVA, 9650,000.
This German Life Insurance Company
guarantees riot only Paid-up I'olicles but
also a Value In Cash nn the .Non-forfeiture
plan
JOHN A. HUCK, . - - Prosidont
0. KNOBEL9D0RP, - . - Hecrotary
.IOIIN W. i'KIJfcH,
Aent for Cairo nnd vicinity,
iusmaTuTbunij.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Life Inmrancc
and Sick ltelicf by weekly due and mutual
eoiperatlon In objeut ot public benetlt.
The Lite Insurance Policies will be l-siled
by the Teutonla Life Insurance Company.
II. MEYERS, President.
JOHN W. PRC ESS, Ao'T.
rirCalriud VlelDlljr
WIN KM AMIS IJUOtHSi.
"r7"sm yth & co.,
I.
WHOLE.SALK OROCERH,
OHIO L K V X X
I'AIKII, ILLIXIIIS,
Also, keep constaatls on hand a rmt rnm
Plate Mnck uf
LIO.TJOEa
i ROCiTltrt AVD IRI"U WIIICKIKS
-O I N 3,-
Port, Maduria, Sherry and Catawba Wines
It. Smith t Co. am ulo ugrnt lot Mien,
cer, McKay ACo.'s I'lttsbtuc ule.ol which
larKe Htoi'k H Kejit enntnll mi hand at
tbolrwhnlesiilc Mora.
IIOTLI.N.
r)A.nvEK,OTT HOUSE
si UN 4'Kosisi strKRr.r.
3AR.M1, ILLINOIS.
Good stablliiK connected with tho house,
tnd cample room for commercial travelers
Free omnibus to and Irom all train.
-,U nt I .1 U I) Wl'l )V P'.pi-i.t i
PAKKKH A ULAKK, "
D liLaas la
WALL PAPER, PAINTP,
Putlf, Beiialne, linaullits,
WIKEO-W C3-TJ.A.i!S.
WINDOW fWADIH,
Aud the eolehrated illumlnatln
AURORA OIL.
IIBOan' LCIILDINn OOP -1th BT. A 0011
MEBOMf V,
Caiho
(LLIIfOIH,
CINCINNATI
Industrial Exposition !
THK LEADING INDUSTRIAL
Tho lourth exhibition will open Wednes
day, Heptemberd, and coutfmie until Satur
day, October 4. 1878, .Ooodireeelved froin
Aujrutt i, to 110. Exhibitor should make
lnuaeuute application lor space. 7-2A1&.
Our Homo AdrortiserB.
HOUI'si ANI ssllorsiT"
! ! H ' 1 1 attMs,sM.,
SAVE MONEY
And biij your
BOOTS yUTTD B II O Ea
It. JONKS,
dir. Tmsli alreet ami 4'iiiiii.iiii lul As
I am now prepared to intnulnctutn u
prlnj styles. uch a patent leuthi r, morrooo
buck and call-skln boots. Shne. with ,
ioe. (orK aim pump sole, scotch bottom-,
and bevel edfro or nny other tle you wih
1 am alo manufacturing nn'e.Ttra .piallt
of ladles' Mioch. .ly material and worn
maushlp are warranted to be ol the bet.
am determined to not l umlrrsnlit lor tin
ame finality ol goods,
llepalrln ilnne ncalli and on short
notice I'. .Ionksi.
MIHSJI'.I.I.ANMII'N.
HKMFS, IJItOWN .V CO..
BAG MANUFACTURERS
A HUNTS IIOMF. (JOTTON Jf ,S
Mi, Niuhln Lusce, dim. Ills
1 'tv.'in.
WAltP ,v ROBERTS,
PAINTERS
Dr.t.pns ix Wiswjw Siiahls,
W.M.t. I'At'nn, I'ur.s Witit.
Lhap, I.ts.Nr.rri On
AURORA OIL,
Si'inira TurtrnsTLVR, (lit r
Siikli.ac, Alcohol, Etc., KTf .
Washington avenue and Eleventh ttcet.
Caiiio, ... Illinoi
(ARL PETER?,
BLACKSMITH
l or TlfTf nth isml t'.tpl sr 1lt
luloims the public that bo baeuaieii tbe
services of a Klrt-clas Waou makcrand
al-o a Klrst-cla Ilore hhocr and Is ready
to manufacture and epair all kinds of uora
In thl trade with nptlr and dl.ulcli,
S-H-llm.
NEW LIVER Y " STABLE"
TENTH STREET,
fltTWKCV WASH X A VIM UK AND WALMU1
Ilr. H. T. riel.ls Informs tse puMio tl,.t he l.
li.enei1 a
, V K R )' Ji T A H I. K
on tha norlhweit sel' uf Tenth treet aa tin
alw.f e.
His H'Mi wiU Ia fuiblstied with ooax bul II.
BEST KTOIsLSES
AND GOOD VEHlCLEtt.
and the public may be accommodated at al
hours of tbo ilay and night with ssfu team,
on the lo-vot U'rm.
Dr. Field asks a share of public patronaife.
and will endc ivor to merit It by fair ileallui;
and strict attention to biisli i
WAOv. N MAN U FACTOR V
For Rule at Wholesale or Retai1
COllNKK Ittl'.lTURKT ANH OHIO l,X K
! Cairn, Illinoi.
: 1 Itit
i '-
J I'. UAMIII.K
NKW YORK HTOitK,
WHOLKSALi: AND HKTAIL.
LAHDXST VAXIXTT STOCK IN TJIK flITt
OOODS SOLD VKRY CLOSK.
iirner of Nlnelextnf b atrrat asirl I'otit
insirclstl Asreuns
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
0. () PATIKU
niudiiEar.
1
M RS. MoGEK,
On KlKtuti Street, hetween Commercial and Ws.li
nxtnn Arenues, la ilallr receislnf
NKW MILLINERY GOODS
or Tiia
LATKT "PI1IV0 ANU HUMM II STTLXa,
rlesidos a lull line of
BOISTZTBTB &c HATS
ITrimmcsl and uptntnmed,
FIlCMJil FLOWERS, RIBBONS, TBIMMIN08
of all kinds, I.iwerf, eto., ate,
Mrs, McClee ha also a large assortment i
Fnncy Aitlclte, tuob as
SI!CK Ti.:H, OLLABfl, UNDEhHI.IEVEH,
ItUFFB, HASHES, FANH,
And all other articUs usually found in a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORK
Mm, McOeo, in addition to her stock of
Kancy aud Millinery Goods, haa a tine aud
Complete aiwortmcnt or Cincinnati Custom
made Ladles' and Misses' Shoes and Chll
tlrens' Hoots, Black and in Color". Thcao
aroacknowledgod to bo tbo tliiost and best
over In the market, and UiIh In tho only
house the city that makes them a specialty
COAL.
OAIRO CITT COAL
Is prepared to "l''' " i "i
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
'OOAL. s
OW)KUS left J) .ifIJIJr . Ilroa. otllco, e
omo iJiVsij ?I,Un?.c)l7r Yara.btlow the
HL Cluiiei Bote!, wm receive proBrpt aUu
Soil Th. TOO 'orrADx- siraVooal
lonpld w Haian at any tour, r

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