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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
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JLUU XJ J XJ li 1J L X. XI .
Heiwllns; matter an rverr iage.
CHUlSTiAN CHUIiOH-Eliihtocnth ftrcct
between Washington and Walnut.
.Meeting every Puuday at 101 n. m,, and 8
Mtinday achonl it " p. m.
Praer meeting Wednesday evening.
Pit K8HYTKU1AN Eighth Street.
Pre aching, Sabbath at mi a.m. and 71 p.m
Prayer ineetlsg, Wednesday at 71 p. iu.
lahbath School, 3 p.m. .1. M. Lauiwlen, Su
perintendent. P.EV. II. Thaykk, I'm tor
METHODIST.-Cor. Eighth nnd Walnut St.
Preaching, Sabbath at KIJ n.m., and 7 p. in
I'rayer mcetlmr, Wednesday, 71 p.m.
Sabbath School. :i. n.m. I.. W. htniwell.
.Jnni.r1ntti.1nt. Itlrv. f. t.. TllflM l(IK. I
ciiuitcii ok thi: iiwjkkmkiihikpIito.
lomlnir prayer. Sabbath lfH n.m.
. ... i
Evening prayers, 71 p.m.
ui scnooi, v a.m.
Rev. E. Coin, doctor.
r-T. PATRICK'S CHUltCH-Nlnth St. and
Public etrviee, Sabbath t:l0 Mid I") n.m.
ri-iiers, 7 P.m.
.-ablmtll School, 2 I. 111.
Service every dav. H a.m.
KstV. 1. .1. O'lUM.OUAX, PrleM.
.T. .TOSlll'irS CIIl!llCll.-iennan,) cor.
ner of Walnut ami Cro rUect.
Main, ever)' Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
Vespers, i! p. m.
Mas during week days, S o'clock a. in.
ltrv. 0. llOKIMAN, Priest.
OEUMAN LUTHERAN CIIUBCH-13th
treet between Washington Avenue and
Preaching Hunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at U o'clock p.m.
IlEV. C. DUEItHCHNKli, Pastor.
VOFNa MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSoCIA
TION'. Iteirular meeting necond Monday
each month ui their room oter Hockwell
.V CVi IkioW ttorc, Ounuierclal avenue.
Weekly I'rayer meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. at
I,. W. Sih.lwu.!.. l'reildent.
PECONI) M1.SSIONAUY IJA1TLST
CIIUHCH. Corner Hjcamoro and Forty
lint ptreeU. l'rcaebliic Snbhath at II
o'clock a. in. and fl o'clock p. m.
hunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
The church l connected with tbo lUlnoln
Aoclation, by the FIrt MliIonary Hap
tist Church ot Cairo.
Kiev. Solomon Leonard, 1'aMor.
AFIUCAX METUODIST-Fourteenlh, be
twetn Walnut and Cedar.
Service, Hahbath. 11 a.m.
Sabbath School. 11 p.m.
Claaa meet at 3 p.m.
BECOXD FKEE WILL UAl'TLSP-Fif-
teenth Street., tctween Walnut and Cedar.
Scrvlcei ijabhath. 11 and 3 p. m.
IlEV. N. Kicks, FaHor.
ritEE WILL BAPTIST HOME MISSION
SABBATH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbath School, '. a.m.
riwsT fjiEE Will bai'tist chuucu
Serrfoei,Wabbath 11 a.m.. Spjn. ft 71 p. m.
HlV. W. UiXST, l'aator.
FIRST WS9IOJURY BATTIST CIIUHCH.
tdar. betwecs oaTi
PrraciteC Sabbath, lOl an. and 71 p.m.
Prayer mttVat, WedMjday evening.
Sabbath rfebool, 11 p.m. .lohn Vanllaiter
a . ... t.i.lna C II t la M tai 111 ! Tl t .
kv. T. .LSUorkh, Pator.
SECOND BAPTIST CHUltCHrFourteenth
."trtet, between Cedar and aluut. 1 he
onlr UaptlNt church recoijulzed by the A
rorlatlou. . . . . .
Servlcei. Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and . p.m.
P.rv. Jacob llitiDi.tv, t.Tdtr.
i iHM COMMVNDEKY, No. 13. Stated
L Aambl ?l rylSmWnlc i Hall.flr.t
and thlri Monday In each month.
JAUtOCOUNClL, No.lM.-KeguUr Convo-
cation iX MaaouJo "llaU, the -ecoiid triday
:S?GeE: A. M -H..
lar Communication at Maaonlo. HaU, M e
second and fourth Mondaya of each month.
ALEXANDEK LODOE, !f!4 MeeM In Odd
FtBowa' U" ln Arter'a building, every
ThurfUv evening at 8 o'clock.
Governor John L. Mevcrldgc.
Secreuiry of SUte-Ooorco H. Harb.u.
Auditor of State-C. E. Llnplncott.
State Trcaaurer-Cijper Uutz.
Attorney Oeneral-Jamei i h. Ldll.
Supt. Public InatrucJon-Newton llatcman
Senators Uichard J. Ogloby and John A.
fermentative Dgbteenth Dlatrirt-laacc
MKSIBEKS OESHiuVL ASSEMBLY .
Heprefeutatle In the both ll-lct,-John
H. Obcrly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math-
.tude It. J. Baker, of Alexander.
State's Attornoy-Patrlck H. Pope.
Clerk 11. S. Yociun.
Sberiff-A. U. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Aaaoasor and Treasurer.
ttuteL E. McCrlte and S. March!!
aon. , .
Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John U. Goanman.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer K. A. Cunningham.
comptroller a . it.
Attorney-H. Watson Webb.
PoUco Magistrates-K. Bros and J. J.
Marshal and Chlefof Pollce-Wm. Mcllalc.
J..mUtinnrl. .1. Gal nan.
nal... w WnAten.
.i,ri Police Forco-A. Cn Karscnt,
i irT,iimn. Phlllln Helm. Cba. Melll
in a . r!nnant.
' ' BOAKD OF ALDf!RME!.
Flrt ward -Hiram Hlxby and J. M.
l'8ecoPnd ward-Herman Meyer- and Wood
WTWrd Twd-.lobnMcEw.n and F. Kor..
"iurtn ward-C. F. Nellls and 'M. J.
MFmh wa'rd-Jno. H. Hoblwon and YTui.
n . Morrl.
Ml V '
Vitf latlnaal UmmU aU4lV
ABpMtal 4aUoa pU.to ordara trom itaaa
office, stTXjii3nTX3r BxriXiXHTa-, cob. 120:13: btebet a.3std
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
ANOTHER SHOCKING .MniMJir
THE VICTIM'S ROD V FEAI!
Til i: .MUIWKKKlt HAS MA nil
noOD HIS ESCAPE
A NINE YEAH OLD HOMICIDE.
KATE STODDARD'S APPEA BANCE
a iiLoopy uuiiiJt.n.
Pnu.Atir.LPUu, July ll. A moit
horrible murder, almost Equalling tbo
AWit fnnnars tradgody In Dovor, Dele
Wftro, has Ju?t comoto nlt;ht. On the 30th
of Ji.m last, a atranga man arrived at a
hotel In that village and took upbisijuar
ten, saying ha cam o from Baltimore, and
v.a an agent, butgavno name. He was,
in appcrance, '
i YOl'NO MAX,
Not over 30, with Mask whiskers. On
tbo following day a team drivsn by Wm.
E. Tdderz, stopped at the bouse of the
Cent, and Udderz invited him to taito a
ride, Ho acceptod tbe Invitation, and they
went away together. He hired a team at
Parker'a livery (table, and when ho re
turnod it In tba evening, the person who
took chargo of it romarked there was
li Loot) ox THE WAOOS.
Udderz made a plautable eiplanation,
and iinmedlatoly left tbe neighborhood.
Tho strangd man was cevor afterward
soen alivo. On Friday lait h large num
ber of Buzzards wero noticed hover
ing over tbe woods, and ir.vsti;ation
HKAD AND Tf.L'NK or A J1A.V,
With tho arms and legs detached, which
was recognized at tho body of the man
who bad been atopplng theru. A cor
oner's Jury wi ompanllnd, and a scaled
verdict was given. Tho murdered man
wm stabbed in four places, bis throat cut,
and bis arms and legs worn severed close
to the body.
viliehz pak't p. roexn.
He is, or was, till lately, on tbe Balti
more police force. He is -young, and has
red whiskers. The object of tbo murder
unquejtlonably wm plunder. No clothc3
were found except a pair of shoes. It is
reported the man was known to have
considerable money on bis pr.on.
THE SEVERED LIMBt
Were burried in a separato spot from tbe
body, and not far from the bouse of one
Rhodes, brother-in-law of the upposod
New Yohk, July 14. Lizio Loyd
King, alias Kate Stoddard, tbo murdeross
of Charles Goodrich, slept soundly in the
Kings county Jail last night. For a time
this morning she appeared in ratber a
mehncbo'y spirit, but subsequently bright
enod up nnd appeared very cheerful. She
conversod some time with Fannin Hyde,
the tnurdnress of 0orgo Watson, whom
she rosombles. They spend tho greater
part of thoir time in each others company.
The excitement over tho case in Brooklyn
is unabated, and it U tbe topic of conver
sation in evory houso and upon ovary cor
ner. This morning Mits King's
effects, with tbe exception of a
number of letters and articles of
deceasod found in her poscesiion,
were seal to Jail. The watch, pocket-book,
rings, etc., were banded over to the dis
trict attorney, and will be used as evi
dence at tbo trial, wbicb, however, will
not tale plnco for throo months, as it v. ill
iia September beforo the Kfand Jury will
TUP. MUJtDERED WOMAN'S NEPHEVV.
New York, July 11. Byron A. Slier,
nephew of Charlotto Willlts, whoso body
was found in a liouo in Eigbly-sovontb
strcot, in a horrible state of decomposi
tion, appeared at tbo coronor's oillco to
day, and said he first heard of her death
tbla morning. Deceased bad brought him
up from childhood; alio was executrix to
hU father's iostate. She wnsof oxcentric
habits, and never left her houso during
tbo day time, and refused to have any ser
vants or any one else reside in ber houso.
Witness last saw hor May 9. When he
called lit the house four weeks ago, he
could not gain ndminslon, his mint was
probably then dead.
A NINE TEAR OLD MORDIUEI!.
Cincinnati, July I I At Cambridge,
Ohio, to-uay, a nlno year old son of Wm
Dado, colored, shot and killod his two
yoar old brothor.
Tbo Unitod Statos marshal to-day ar
rested two men, John Kldgoly and Isaac
Cole, at Eaton, Ohio, on a charge of coun
terfeiting. It is believed tbey belong to a
New Orleans, July U. Policeman
Demassoll, was stabbod seventeen time
and killed, by Nelson Severain.
Mkmi bis, July H. On Sunday night
Jim Johnson wm shot and kilted at
White dtation, near here, by man.
named Davis. Johnson bnd boon visiting I
Uavls' si.te r, anu uaa teen ordered not to
come again, which warning wasdisre
yarded with the results abevn. Davis it
in Jail. All ara color.
Itoi itEM Efi, July 11. Win. V Starras,
tilted States cotnrnlnloiisr, committed
suicide thu morning.
THE ACCOUNTS OF CJKN. HOW
A1D SHOW A DEFICIT
' OF 811,000.
HE ADMITS UE HAS A BALANCE
no wa mi.
Wasiiisoto.v, July 1 1. Thu following
statement is bad on information from
an official source - Tho accounts of Uen.
llcwardandbi olllccrs show a deficit of
1 11.000, though only a small portion is in
tbe natuo of (fun. Howard. Ho admits ho
hai a balance of 10,000, which be is ready
to psy over to the proper ollicors, Nearly
one-half tbe deficit is cbargod in tho ac
counts of subordinates, formerly on duty
in tbo west. Letters have been
reeievod from Colorado men who
served in tbe army and navy, staling tbey
never received any bounty, though in
some placet accounts show the contrary.
It will requiru investigation to ascertain
whether forged entries had been made or
tbo statements in tho letters are false. All
accounU will have to undergo further ex
amination by the comptrollers, and their
tlguros may be changed, cither for tho
better or against Howard. Should those
officers differ from others in tho construc
tions of various laws bearing upon that
subject, all agree that there has been some
dishonesty on tbe part of tbe subordinate
It is not believed the defalcation will
amount to as much as is generally
Washington, July 11 Tbo president
has signed tho commission of Mrs. S. S,
Fanell, postmistress at Covington, Ken
tucky, and Joseph W. f. Bryant, collec
tor of intornal revenue.
Wasainoton, July 11. Dr. Mary K.
Walker was to-4ay appointed to a t&on
clctkshlp in the office of the treasurer.
the thade DOLL All,
Secretary Richardson received to-day
tbe first U'iW trade dollar, coined in the
l.sDiA.VAioi.i, July 14. Articles of
consolidation between tho Chicago and
Atlantic P.ailroad company, party of the
first part, and tbe Chicago and Atlantic
Extension Railroad company, party of the
econd part, and tho road now in process
of construction, known lis the Baltlmoro
lttburg and Continental P.ailroad com
pany, were Med in tlio ouico oi the secre
tary of stato. Tho object of tho consol."
dation h to form a continuous line from
Pittsburg to Chicago. Tbo capital
stock of tbe said consolidated company is
fixed at $50,000,000. The by-laws of the
party of the first part aro to bo adopted and
made the rule of government for the con
solidated company. The directors, only
elected for one yoar, aro as
follows'. George J. Bippus, Da
vid Studabanter, John Studabanter,
S. L. Daily. Joseph l'urocono, John
Knowor, Wtn. Andor, John Uilfus. Isaac
B CoatOJ, George .A.lShufalt and .1. C.
Fawcett. Tho gmoral office of tbe con
solidated company to bo at tbo city of Chi-ca'.-o,
and the office of tbo Indiana divis
ion at Huntington.
Mempiiu, July II. Some two years
ince this county voted flvo hundred thou
sand dollars in stock to tbo Solma, Marion
and Memphis railroad, with a proviso
that tbe monoy should not bo used out
sido this company till tbe road was com
pleted. t200,000 havo already boon issued
to tbe company, Somotltne since tba
court appointod a commissioner to ivesti
gate the work done and tbo affairs of the
road, which commissioner roportod yester
day, and tbe court, by a vote of five to
sixteen, rofusvd to issue any mora war
rants on tbe ground that tbo money voted
bad been used outsido of this ouuty and
in violation of the original contract. It
is understood that tue county will bring
suit for tbe romainder of the bonds.
Cincinnati, July 14. Rev. Dr. Nolson,
professor of thoology, has decisively de
clined tho recent Invitation to tho presi
dency of Knox collcgo, and will continuo
at his post at tbo seminary.
The dally odltlon of tho Cincinnati
daily Times and Chroniclo eppoars nn tbo
Cincinnati daily Timos, now.
Nashville, July 14. Soveral deaths
occurred from cholera, brought on by im
prudence. In I'aducah yesterday and last
night the numoer um
CincinNATIi July 1L Two cholera
denthi reported horo to-day.
Memphis, July 14. No deaths from
ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, JULY
FOUR LABORERS SERIOUS IN
JURED BY A RAILROAD
PASSENGERS OP THE WRECKED
C1TV OK WASHINGTON
Y"UNO MAN KILLED BY THE
CAVING IN OK A
RTC, ETC., ETC.
roup, ntionir.8 injcred.
nTniT lV - a - - J
ball sterm this morning tho paisenger
train from Harvellsvllle, on tbo Erie rail
road, ran into a gravel train -1 miles from
this city, seriously injuring 4 labcon,
and cutting and bruising several others.
THE WRECKED PAfSENOERS.
New York, July t2. Ono hundred and
fortr-ono passengers of the wrecked
steamship City of Washington, have ar
rived in this city. Tho remainder will
KILLED 11Y A PALL.
Indianapolis, Jnly 14. A boy namod
Fauch was killed lat night by falling
from a building in process of construction.
Nashville, July 14. Tbe reitdenco
and grocery storo of A. Goodhart burned
at 1 a.m., to-day. Insured. This Is tho
third time ho has be3n burned nut cn tbe
KILLED II V A UUNAWAY.
Cincinnati, July 14. Wm. Morning
Star was killed at Upper Sandusky to
day, beltg thrown from a wagon wbilo
tbe borsei wero running away.
The stote quarry at I'omeroy, Ohio,
cared In D-day, killing a youn man
named Uatthcr, and wounding Goorge
ITEM! FP.OM THE WRECK.
IIalipax, .'uly 14. Steamer M. A.
Starr arrived fiom Port Lebar yesterday,
with tbo captn.it, ollicirs and crew of tho
City of Washhgton, and 140 stcerago
passengers, who bad been left behind on
Thursday. The latter were transferred
to tbo steanicr Stmcrit, and started for
Boston. Capt. Pilllips and officers and
some ot tbe crew temalned to givo testi
mony at tba official investigation. Official
Inquiry will begin this morning. HoVb-
ing cow to report from tbe
wreck. A cabin passenger, Capt,
Hammond, says there was thorough disci
p!ino,and that a good watch was kept dur
ing tbo entire voyago. There was always
two officers on tbo brldgo ind two men on
the lookout, Is of the opioloa the ditaster
i9 due altogether to tbo deviation of com-
pasjon.asthe ship's course was correct. Tbo
statement that there was a lack of disci- j
... . ,1 .1 Lt. 1. nK.l I
pitnc, etc., ai iuo iimu mo iuij inusi., uu
after tbe passengers landed, Capt. Ham
mond pronounces untrue.
His and sTnll or she silver
For2 hours endlug 3 p. m., .luly 11, 1S73
Fort Benton .
Marietta .. . .
Memphis. . . .
Paducah .. .
St. Louis... .
St. Paul. ..
Observer Signal Service, U.S. A.
Evansville, July II. Clear, hot and
mercury 78 to 91, lllvor fallen 11 inches.
Down, Bowling Green, Fayette, J. 1).
Parkor, Mary Ann and barges, Fearless
and barges, Mary Amnt, Arkansas Belli).
Up, Eddyvillo, U. B Church, Lucy Bor
tram, Florence Lee, Quickstep, Uoorgo
Roberts, Morning Star, Bowling Green,
with good trips genorally. Business fair.
SiiiiuvEPORT, July 14,-Wcather hot
and sultry, tcurcury 95. Uivor foil 15
inches within tho last 21 hours. Arrived
yestorday: Merealouiso from New Or
leans. No departure. Arrived to-day;
Semonato, New Orloar; Clifford, Bed
rlvor. Departed: Semorato, Jelferson.
St. Loum, July 14 Arrluedi Bab
bago and Grand Towor,Mempbis;Strader,
Tennosseo river; Josio, Poorla; Bed Wing,
St Paul. Dapartod: Johnson, Keokuk;
City of Chester and Babbago, Memphis;
Mitchell, St Paul. River falling. Clear
and very hot.
Cincincinnati, July 1 1. Rlvor 14 feot
In tho channel and about stationary. Ar
tlyoi, K. R. Hudson, Wheollng. De
parted, Graham, Nashville. Cloudy and
"mempiup, July ll.-RWer rising
steadily. Weatbsr clear; mercury 91.
Doparted: Bollo Memphis, St Loulsj
Julia, vlcksburg; Sbannon, Cincinnati.
New Orleans, July M.-Arrived:
Jennie Howell, Cincinnati. Departed:
Crescent City and bargos, St. Louis,
Weater cloar and warm.
Little Rock, July ll.-Woatbir very
warm, marcury 93. Rlvor falling Q foet
a inches. Departed: Mary Boyd, Mem
phis. Yichbiiubo, July 14 -Down; nenry
Atnoi. Up: l'.ichtnond. Wsathcr warm
and cloudy. Blvor fallini'
Nahiiville. II Three Toot largo on
llirpotn anoals. Hiver falling. Mo at
rivals or departurei.
rmHL'i!(i,.lulr II. Mr.nongahcla 3
leei o luetics and tailing steadily.
Sr. Loui, July II. Finn unchanged.
Wheat dull drooping; now No 3 fall.
$1 25; old low No 2 do St CO.
Corn higher; No 'i rnlxod 37jPtj3Sc.
Oats steady and activy at lUc
Barley no market.
Pork easier at tin COIC ,5.
Dried "alt meats. hlS firmly but no
sales. Bacon flrii' shoulders 8i
clear rib 101!plc.
T . .J na.
Hogs higher 4l(3)(Jv.
Cattlo steadier; flr to choice $ I 1&
New Orleans July 14 Flour dull;
XXX JC(a)7 SO; family SS MXJO AO.
Corn, In good demand; tulxel 10(W"c;
yollow 63c: whito 70c.
Oats, good supply nndcletiiscd, IIP 13c
Hiy, primo, $20; choirp, ruen and no
Fork, dull, $17 60.
Dry salt ineatp, scarcn; aboulder.i, fijc;
bacon, scarce, 0)l0110jQ10jc; hams
Lard, roSneJ, scarce; tierce, 19 75; kog,
Sugar, dull; lair, $9c; prlmo, 10c.
Molasses, dull; plantation retailed, 60c.
Whiskey, In fair demand; Evansvllle,
92c; Louisiana, 94; Cincinnati, W.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
HI'. UC II AN KSS,
DEALERS IK PI -OCR;
An I 4j;nk n(
OftlO hIVKU AND KA'lAWIIA
70 Ohio Ijkvkk,
MILLER k PARKER,
FORWARDING ME P.OH A N TS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, liny, otc,
AGENTS roa FAIRBANK'S flOA LKB
Ohio Levee, CAlltO. ILLINOIS.
(IOFFEY, PACE CO.,
I O St W A It II I .V (1
A N D
FLOUIt AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
H. I). AVKHH.
E. J. AYKH
AYERS & CO.,
0ENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. "6 Ohio Levbk, Cairo, Illh.
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F1KK, HULL, CAKOO, LIVE STOCK
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SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Sthln Urn,
FIRE AND MARINE
MAOARA, K. V.,
OKRMANIA, N. T.,
IIANOVXR, N. T
REPUBLIC, N. Y
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Corarrlalns the Underwriters' A,tnflr.
TONKERS, If. T.,
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wtwBUHx'r. vtivn, r. .,
BKCUHtTY, K. T. UAHIMX,
Hconta, DwcltlnF, furniture, Hulls an-l Our
". luaurau at raiea ax larorable aounJ, per
uaoeoi Kouritr will warnuic
1 renpeotrullj ak or Ul ollliannnr C
TEUTON J A LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Cf.nt'l. Office, 171! WabhinotonSt.
This German Life Insurance Company
gHHrantcoi nut only Paid-up Policies but
alo a Valun in Cou on the Noii-forfelture
JOHN A. BUCK, - Prosidont
0. KNOUELHDORF, - - Hecrtitary
JOHN W. PP.UES9,
Atfent for Cairo nnd vicinity.
SECTION NO. 17.
Association for promoting Lff'o Insurance
and Sick Belief by weekly dues and mutual
co-operation in object of public benefit.
The I. lie Insurance Policies will be Wsucd
by the Tcutouia I.lfo Insurance Company.
II. MEYERS, Provident.
JOHN W. PRUESS, Ao't.
WINKM AMD l.lttOUHSS.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
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-(1 I Mil
foil, MndrlK,Khorrynnd CatawbHWlnei
R. Smith A Co. are also openlx lor Spen
cer. Jli'ICav ACo.'e Pittliiii.' alf.nlwiiirli
largo stock 'in kept cons-luutly on hand at
HO IX I.N.
M!N ( ItONM STBCET,
Good stabling connected with tbe lioui-e,
mil satujile room for commercial travelers.
Free omnibus to and from all trains.
11 -n 1
.1 M. D VSt't W I'Mi.i-i.to
PARKER A BLAKE,
WALL TAPER, PAINTS,
fssllr. slenalue. lliuoltue,
WIWDOW G-L ABB.
And the eelbrato4 illnminatlu
nUOAS'LOILDIN') COB ilTU ST. COM
Cairo ( Illmois.
OF CITY AND,'COUNTY.
Our Homo Adrertiaers.
BOOT AXIS IIOJE4.
And buy your
Cor. Team stmtaiHl Commercial Aw
t.Hm.ri0W PfepWKtto wanulatture sd
XiZi -vri cone or any other style you wish
I am also manufacturing an extra quality
of ladles' shoes. My material and Vforsr
tnao'Iilp arc warranted to be of tbe bet J
am determined to not be undersold lor the
l.ime quality of foods.
KeiialritiL' dono neatlr anil nn ahnef
notice M. JONZH.
REMIS, RROWN & CO.,
Agents Home Cotton Millh
NO. SO Ohio Levee, Cairo. Ills,
WARD & ROBERTS,
Dealers in "Window Shadm,
Wall Paper, I'uri Woitk
Lead, Linsikd Oil
Spirits Turpentine, Glue
Suellac, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
Washington avenue and Eleventh street,
Cairo, - Ilusoi
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BKTWEIS WASH'H atkbub avo -wausui
Dr. I). r. rialda lufonaa ta pabUa tUatka ba
L I V E R F STABLE
on the northwt aiJ ot Taath streal ai aaa
Hi. status will be fuinlaaul with nest bat ta
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and tbo public may be accommodated at al
IiourK of the day and night with safe team
on the lo vest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a share ofpublfopatroiuxe
and will endeavor to merit It by fair deaUiif
and strict attention to busfi
For Snlo nl Wholesale or Retail.
CORNER 32D-8TRItr AND OHIO
lit! J. P. UJS.HBt.il
(r.i:ievenlh anil Poplar SIS..
Informs tho public that hn hasengagea toe
ocrvlccs of a Plrnl-cla Wagon makerand
also a Plrst-claM Horse shoer and Is ready
to manufacture and epair all kinds of work
in this trade with npair and dispatch.
NEW YORK STOxtn;,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAnOEST VARIETY stock IN TBE OtTY
GOODS SOLD VEUYOLOSa.
Corner sir HliietMataa trtBsi4 Coaw
C. O. PAT1KU
Ou EUtiitiHirMi, baiwaeoOominsrolalaBdWasa
"((uu Aau.. la Oallr rClvUi
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATKHT BPRINQ AND BUUUXR aTYLM.
Hesidaa a lull lis or
BONWHTS & HATS
ITrimmed aad nnUimtnad.l
KUENCU KLOWKRB. RIBBONS, TRIBIUNO
of all kiodi, Laces, alo., U.
Mrs. McOse has also a lar SMortmeal o
Fancy ArtloUs.aucb as
NKCK TI'mC. OLLAM. UNDEStaLEIVaW,
' KUPFS ,BA3Hlil, FANB.I
And all oitiararticlM uinaUr fea ta a
FIBST-OLASS MILLINKKY ITORS
Mrs. McOee, ta addition to bar atoek ot
Fanoy and Millinery Qoods. ha a fU ms
Complete assortment of CUicuutfttl Cwtoa
made Ladles' and Mister" Shoe ad Chll
drent' BooU, Black and tn Colswa. TkaM
areacksowledged to be Ut finest and beet
ever in the markat, and this U Ue only
house tbv cltT that ma (t I then apedaity