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TBE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1873.
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THE BULLETIN.
eaclal Paper of the CIS .
rmptt Pabllih la Soulb.rn HllnoU,
n ""
" .iiirv v.lllir anil l'lllilllliur
-TKW.MH or TUB DAILV IJUI.I.KTIN:
On week, by airrtor t
On yeir by carrier, Id odTiincu 10 (K
One year by cirri er II not ptld In
advance...
Dno month, by null , 1 (K)
rtree months
ills month
One veor 10 t
TUK D01.LAH V'KKKLY IIULl.tiTIN
John 1L Obcrly ho reduced the subscrlp
tlon price of tho Wkkkly ditto IIui.i.ktim
to Odo VoIIm per annum, making It tbu
ohoapertpapor published In doultioru Illlnol
Bending nintlr on rwry piiic.'.
1 Sr.NATO l.ooAM was In Csrbondalc and
, Murbpysboro lait week.
t 1 1
ir .A LICENSE trii Issued on Monday to
lkfcrboadalo 'foundry nod muebitio
LfWorVs.
- . - - .
Tho Utoit estimates of tbu Iomos by tho
llaltlinore tire place the whole fit about
three hundred and sixty thousand dollars,
ono half of which I covered by Insur
ance. , .
I The "reaction" iu fum of youtif; Wal
worth has already cut in. (!or. Dix has
received a petition ilgned by coma of the
, tnoit prominent men iti tbu slate, of New
York, for tho pardon of Walworth, nnd
tho Governor hoi asked Judgo Davit for
u copy of all tho testimony, lettors and ro
cords In the case.
Ool. Giurlks Ukekn, tbu nblo and
UlentiJ editor of tho 'Huston l'ost,' it
most likely to bo the Damocratio noinlnea
tor Ooveruor of .Massachusetts. Ho I n
mau of groat social worth, of tucellunt
buslnon habits, Is woll acquainted with Ml
the real Interests of tho people, and
would rnako a chief nftiristrMo of whom
the citizens of tho statu of Adams, Web
ster and Wlnlbron wight fuol proud, in
tbo political action of Green vs. llutlcr.
the vordlct should bo in fnvor of tho
former Tho Liberals, in all probability
endorso Col. Orcon.
I.v a lato letter from London, Mr. Wat
tersun "shows up" Minister dchincU
procauiy at near tho truth as that trutillo
man was ever pictured. Watinrmn nv
J Schnck g tt E00j rjliow wll(, Lus l
Jiie bad a turn for liviiij; boyoud his
means, ana a tastofur draw tmVr. flu, I l,
is poor, ambitious, genial and thriftless,
and that to tnako matters worse, ho full
Very soon after his arrival tntn u ,!',.;., .1..1
and cipensivo set, Introduced tho guinu ol
cards for which he has a mania, und has
ever since thrown tho serious work of tbu
embaisy on Mr. Moran, bis secretary of
legation, whilst ho, withdollcient skill and
resources, wrestled with tho world, tbu
flesh and tho devil."
Til "rural" radical press proves Itself
exceedingly rural In accepting tho test).
monylatoly otfored by John V. Drew re
specting the check of Oakes Aim to.S. 0
or bearer, us concluslvu evidonco Hint tho
late vi;o-preaident was tbu victim of h
slanderous conspiracy. A lew novvspapors
take down Drow's statemont or what ho
knows about tho Ames check to S. 0. ns
gospel truth; a low ailed to believe it, but
Iho press at large or all political opinion.,
wouldn't take any moro stock in S. U. now
than it would have done prior to Drew's an
nouncement. Tho ouly eBect it 1ms had
has been to ttir up un uncleanly pool
which bad just beijun to fettle.
A Gkkat deal or valuable- ammunition
has been oxpended in trvlne to kill off
Senator ConUing's expectations or tho
vacant clitot justiceship of thu United
States supreme court. Hut it would suotu
from the spirit, if not from thu plain letter,
of a certain provision of tho constitution,
that tho senator was h dead duck in that
relation before a shot was fired. Wo refer
to the following t "No senator of repre
sentative shall, during tho term Tor which
he was elected, bo appointed to any civil
Mice under tho authority or tho United
tetates, which shall have been created, or
tho emoluments whereof ahull Jmvo been
increased during such limo." Tho salarv
of the chief Justice was rnied tit tho lust
cession of congress, Mr. Conkling being in
tue senate, ana hlstorm does nut expire
till tho -Ml or March next. Were not the
emoluments of thu ollico inrroused during
insierm' ii so, no Is certainly ineligible
for the vacancy.
Tuk iavorito argument of tho buck
ralary grubbers that II vo thouinnd dollars
100 """U u sum to lhu on decently iu
Wfchblnc,tou,bas been met in many ways
and by many different person., but bv
nono rnoro tersely nor more unanswerably
than by Minister Wathburn, who W not
reticent In his opinion on tin, subject and
who in a recent conversation it. I'-ri. ....
pressed himself In thu lollowmg plum
terms regarding it:
1 was in coni'riits w)in llu .ur
0. ....(.. . n n3
but 13000. and 1 nhvn. f,,i.n,l ,i '
than iulllcent tn inm-t tuv ... .....
- - - '"J j jm:i -
onal expenses. When it was raided tujiuuo
i luougui ii 100 inucii, and lliiulc so tllil ,
but raising it to $7500 is nothing moro or
Ittaa (lltn atrnlirlit ttnullm. f,..m
that 1 was Iu congress I laid bv u nortloii
of my salary, and none of ui v coiiitliuniiti
over complained that I didli t llvu de
cently. The people don't send tlieir repro
aunttttlves to Washiugtou to live llku
I"1""'! 'gr, ami keep ball u
It may be possible that V,l.r.. . u
not as high tonod at many of tbeparticlpat-
uK B,.wiogisls oi uie tack puy uteal, but
his teillmony, unfortunately for these, will
tttTO coiitiderablo weight.
KKV. U.H. THA.Vk11'S LKTTI.lt.
C'OKHIKU, N V.July Wtb. IHU.
ICJItor Builmik:
Th.plty of Coping tjtuaM on the Krle
itallroad between UuU'alo and lllnuham-
Ban ii ono of the great coal and lumhi.r
i'poU of tbo Chemung valley, We
TMCbod this city last ovening after a day.'
Irldrof 242 miles, oyer thu Huiijuubaniiah
(VAJIy raiiroau irom Aiuany t o mo this
HTM new route and although J hesitated
Minowbal about taking It, I never
theless found myself richly ropald. I never
shall regret taWog that route. The road
runs In a southwesterly direction through
tho Uuiquehannah valley and along tho
banks oi the .Susquehannah river. No
thing can excoed tho boaiity and variety
of tho scenery. This valley is wide and
presents a constant sucwssioii of rich pro
ductive farms, under a high statu of
cultivation. The farmers all along tbu
lino wore in tho midits of their haying
and harvesting. As tho train swept gracu
rully round tbo long valley curve, largo
llelds or wheat end tl withy grass
stretched away to tho right and loft. Kenp
er ami mowora wuro going In ovory
direction, while loads of hay and grain
could bo seen at nlino't any moment.
Occasionally a (jnnt; of infill couhl be
eeii cradling and raking and binding in
tho old fashioned way; n very pleasant
ight, reviving recollections of uurliurduys
In thu hay tlelds revolving bay rakes wore
forming ;tho long win rows across tho
rleld.i. Our ooiir.-o lay through thriving
towns and very rich funning rmiiitry.
Kvcrythlng butokunu.l peacu plonty and
prosperity. Wo ran through a luiiind a
low miles out of Uiugtmmton, that is ono
half mile In length. It wus uxcosnivuly
dark, damp and cool.
Tho cities of Iliiigbaiiitoti and Klmiru
are ''beautiful for situation" model ritiua.
Tbo private residences, parks, luwns,
groves and wall.n r.ro nmgnllleeiit.
J'hooviduncefl of W'eultb Mid rullneiiient
aro nbutidnnt.
Their cploiulid ilrivo wuyft and elegant
turn-ouW indicatu I'lcgauce and comfort.
The Vhllici of .Silliiluhauuah und Chetiiuiig
aro riehly ftorud with uverylhing that
inakt lifu ciimfortablo and pi earn lit.
Wufpend a lew days in thin city ; thou
wend our way westward, llopu to gel
into Northern Illinois by tbu last of nuxt
wool;. .More anon. An revoir.
Yours Truly, II. II. Tiiavkk
m inu)i'jitKi. .
AN OLD I'riMZF.N SHOT DHAW
WlllLK ASLHHi' IN
HHJ) ON MONJOU
STHHHT.
Ntl CI.UK TO Til K I'KKl'KTKATi !
ONE OK TUK .M V.ST Kit I KS
- OKUKIMH.
INTKKVIKWSS WITH Til K Mil It
DKKKD MAN .S WIKL AND
DAlKillTKIt.
(From the .Meiuphii Avalanche.)
A uiimlur was coiiimittotl vuaietdav
morn i n 1 iu tlio houie l'J'J Monruo utreut.
that promises, iu point or myntfrv. to
rival thu celohruted Nathan muiilur of
Now York, A few iniiiutu after J o'cloi'l.
Mr. Frank M, Mooru, livuiu at thu ubjvu
number, was shot and killed by koiiiu as
yet unknown person.
'i in: iioukk.
Thu liuuu a Iwu-tVory atVulr, teltiiii'
bnek a tew lul t'rum thu ittruul and trunl-
ing north. A portiuo above and below ux-
teuds tbu wliuiu length ot tbu front
Dnwii xtair.-i tliuro is a Irout door and two
largo window ti, ojiening tnnn the jirneli
into tbu parlor and hull-way. Thu win
dows uxtuud to near thu Hour, and when
thu lower sisli is cauud a permit! can ctep
Irom tbo porch into thu room very uan j,
Tho porch tilt stairs is siinllwily situntud
as regards the wluilowii and doors.
TIIK 6UENK OK TUB Ml'ltllKlt.
1 tho front room mi stairs Mr. and
-Mrs. Mooru und their daughter, a lulim of
thirteen years, slept on the night of thu
muruur. liiu room id u email onu, and be
sides thu two windows opening on thu
porcu to tnu norm, lias ouu on thu east und
two doore, onu into an adjoining room on
the south and ouu into a hall-way on thu
went, into which the stairway Irom thu
hall below extends. .Saturday niulit when
tbu thruu retired thuy pullud tho bed out
iu tucli a way u to plaeu it with thu hi'iid
cloiu to thu wosl trout window and thu
foot diugoifally across toward thu door
leading into thu hull. Tins formed a tn
augla in tho northwest corner of thu room,
in which ttooda bureau on which was the
murdered man's watch and a few orna
mental articles.
I'osnio.N or iiik mi mii:iim. man,
The head of tbu bed bulug botween tbu
two windows, Mr. Moure's bead muslhavo
uccesuarily been uboul four feet Irom tbu
west window. All tbu windows and doun
leading into thu room wuru open, To tho
left ol tho bed, In thouorlbuasteorner.staudi
a wardrobe. Thuy had no light in tbu
room, leaving the lamp burning low on a
large Look cato sitting iu tbo ball opposite
the dour. Mr. Mooru slept on his right
side, bin faeo towards the hall door and
won window, wlnle In witu lay unit to
him with the liltlw girl sleeping on the nut
"ide tu bur loft.
HOW II K W AH K11.I.KH.
Mr. Mooru was shot, tbu doctors, Mu
srs. Nuttall and I'rayt'ur, think ly a dor
ring ball, judging from tho cavity Thti
ball entered In tho lull upper portion ol
thu skull about two inches directly aboyu
tho left ear and ranged through tbu brain
dowwards. Thu bullet wns not m-
tructod but is supposed to tin Ml lodged
in the ileshy muscles of thn neck.
UK.Wl UN 'i m: I I. (lull.
Two negroes, named Lewis and Wal-
drau, living in tbo adjoining houso on tho
east, worn the tlrs t to hoar thu cries ot M rs.
Mooru and Hetty. When they entered
tho room, some llvu inlmitui after thu shot
ws tired, Mr. Monru was found lying iu
an inBiituiblu condition on thu lloor. His
bond was towurd tbu ea.t front window
and about wheru it would have been bud
bu I hI1.1I! frum tliu bud, wlnlu his led
Werji near tbu wen window and ulinoal
uyainst the bureau. At that tlinu thu
lamp was iightid and burning htlghlly.
'I bu negroes statu thut tbey did not m.u or
hoar ttiiyoue m they camo into tho lion so
TUB VKItlMll.
The wounded limn lingered about thrim
hours, when death catuu lu his reliel
"Sijuiro .Spelinan, who has been untitled
lumiiiulied a jury and proceeded to hold
an iinpiest. Thu verdict was "death In iu
a gunshot wound Indicted at tbu bunds ol
a prsoiTor persona nukuown to thujury '
Neither ( thud'tctors wuru examined mid
no search beyond probing wa madu lor
thu ball, that silent but possibly mont
ell'eClivu I'luito tho murdeier.
Mlit. MAKV MOOKE.
An 'Avalanche representative visited
thu hceno during (I e day, slid interviewed
Mrs. Mooru and Hetty Mrs Mooru . u
medium tized lady or purlmj s 3.1 years,
black hair, stsady, gray eyes, and a rather
determined tint of countenance, which is
heightened by thin lips, that, when not
talking, aro tightly pressed over a set of
tmltluss tooth. Yesterday sbu displayed
neither nervousnoss nor grief, evidently
having her feelings well under control and
determined to keep tbuiu that Way
LAWLESS PJIOUKKMNUU FN
J'Ol'K COUNTY.
I'aducah Kentiiekian J
Five or six years aro a ('upturn Chand
ler killed his father-in-law In McNalry
county, Tenu,, and tied. For a long limo
it was not kuowu where bu bad gone, but
lately it was loarneJ that bo Was living ill
l'opo county', 111., near tbo Musshu llnu,
Acting upon thli infoiiiiatlon u Air.
Chambliis procured acortilied copy of tbu
Indictment ugalust him and went to
Metropolis.
Arriving there ho jiriMuntud bis papers
and procurod a warrant for Cbalnllur'a ar
rest, which was given tu Deputy .Shuritl
Uvermark tu servu, Ovurmark and Cham
blis accomiauied by Thos. Wllliuulid It.
IS. 1. eiber, undertook to niuku the arrest
On Saturday. As Chandler knew the llr.il
two, Willis and he I bur were toarreit their
man us soon us he got on thh sidu or the
colinty lino. Thoy were successrul, and
Chandler remained with Ihein until hu
saw Chambliss and Ovurmark coming up,
when hu broke loojoiind tried to maku b
e.'capi). Willis called to him to halt, and
tired Ills pistol into thu ground. This
failed to stop him, and Ife II red again, and
Chandler fell, shot through tbo shoulder.
Hu Km tukeii to Metropolis and put iu
jail to await a rollisltioti Irom !ov
llrown, or Tennessee. On lull .Sunday
night about u hundred men, ro'idouls ot
the neighborhood in which Chandler lived,
look him out ol jail ami curried It i tit oil'.
We hmrii that thn resellers threaten to kill
anybody who comes to their neighbor
hood to make any arrests.
l'ATKNT.S KS.SUKD.
l.itt of patents issued Irom tho i'liileil
HUle patent ollico to I lllnuh inventors,
for thu week ending . ti ly 8 IR7:t, and
each bearing tliat dat. Furnished UiU
ppor by Cox A; Cov, solicitors of piii
cnl, Wasliingtoti, 1). ().
Ilnrrol stand and ko holder. C.N. ('un.
Winchester.
KUall.ing attachment for plows. I). II.
King and W. II. I lu I'aliiivra.
To. .1. tjchweliliejeU. Chicago.
Washing machine. .1. .Slielller, Desolm
Artiliciaj uiarbli). II. Alienate. Cluo.'o.'.'
Cboeio vut. D. F. Itarclay, hlgln.
Iloi.to hay rake. J. 11. lloali. Mneoii.
(Jock. A. M. Devundorf. (laleiburg.
Coupling for earth auger shafts, d.
Irviiiund T. A. Cox. Cliauiiaign Co
Harvester. O. II. .Spauldiug' Itoekfold.
i. w vi:iin,
sa.m u hi. i'. wur.i'.i.r.u,
ATTOHNKY & ('lllINMI.ni. AT (.AW
OAlltO, ILLINOIS
Olllce over I'llrt National b:ink. .l-I.VIni
WILLIAM J. A I.I. UN,
ATTUHN10Y AT LAW
CA 1 110, ILLINOIS.
Uilli novel KirM Ntttlonil b ulk.
j-iu-iiiii
OIIKKN X 0 1 Llli;HT,
. ATTOHN K Vb
OOllNrJKl.tHlH AT LAW.
WiUlniii ll.llrii'ii, I
Willi. in ll (llllieit, OA I Id I, ll.l.lflOIH.
Alllmi f. UllUit, j
KftleiiiiiH. AilMiilieu Ki" to A.lmiirtllr ml
nMJ.llMMI ffllSiniH.
filllX lOIIIO l.ttVKK, UOOMM 7 AMI) H OVKH
OITT NATIONAI, HAWK.
John II. Mlllkc).
Will un 4 . .Mull.oy.
31 1 ILK I-3Y ,s SON,
xVTTOHNEYS Arr LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Olllce, rear rounn mcr Ihiiiuoii'i boot,
stole,
NO. 1'JI I'OStMKKCIAI. A KNUK,
Itetwceii Seventh and Klghlli street i.
b-1 1 tl'.
:(MiniriNiM .t.Mt suuwiuiiiNsi
t.. 11 MATIltlett.. 1 u (Jr,
MATH USS Jt. IIIIL
wo n:vrj ivoi mo
ami ut:vi:i;vi,
(j it M M I H a I ON M IC U C H K NTH
DKAI.KIW i.N
fTsOTj-a, ortjK i:lvt:
IAV AND WKSTKUN IMtOUUt I;
omo i.v.vtcK.
.JOHN It. I'HLLIS & SON,
(Huooiioru to Jot.n II. I'lillln.)
CI ION Kit A I, COA1A1IS3ION
A His
FO H W A H I) 1 N ( I M K 1 1 0 11 A N 'I'M
ash
DKALHIIS IN HAY, IKMLN, OATH,
('lour, iMonl, llnm, &,
Cou. T I'.NTH bT. Ahl OHIO f.KVh
OA I HO, ll.t.rt.
(M.OHK,
(!i:ni:iiai. commission mkuciiant
And dealer In
LlUK,'C.MKNr, 1'l.AKTKH, llAlli, It'll!.
.No Ohio l,ivee,
ItiT'l will i-ell III ear lo:id lots .it iiiaiiulac
lurera' plices, lidding lluigllt, ' l.'J.U
i, imi itr.it.
Will T K COL LA It I'LAN IN(i MIL U
N U.tl.Tl-ll, I'rojirle
esilsaia
HA HI) and SOFT LUMHttft
AND
LATH, Hill Nil LKS, Ul'.DAIt l(MTf
UOOKS, SASH, IILINDS
OKUKHH HOLICITKD.
ST RAM II OAT LU Mil Kit,'
riiiuistitl on Hbortfat dMioh,
Coinmereiiil uveniie, between Tenth ami
Klovuiith streets
o.a.t'r.o- LmrwoTn.
lloino Advertisements.
HKAI. CMrAlK AUKNOIr.
John 0. Harmaii, Chas, Thrupp
JOHN Q. HA KM AN ,t CO.,
UKAL ESTATH AdENTS
coi.li:ctoi:.s
Jinn
CO N V 11 Y A H 0 K US
N.irtli t) ,r. til Hill HI. Hti l Olilo l eer
Cit no, Illinois.
Otter lor ..ill- at low figures' and easy trims
the lolloWIn real entatu !
No 1 -An elegant eottago. roiner Twelllh
nun i.otu-ii Mreeis, is v. ami as, I, I, tldrd ail.
Lots abuMi gi.lile. fi loin In Ii , in wb.il In
known a tin "Itldge lllock;" lliou totsnin
thlollnh the bloi'k Iioiii Killeeiith to ,s.
teelilli sllei'tn, and the beM le-lilelicn plop
ertj iu tlie eity adjoining pn.peity b.hly
IlliplOM'll. '
NuS-LoletJaliil l.b l.'i. ell)'. Washliwloii
avenue, beleeli Thirteenth ami Kour'lei nth
Ktleets, west Mile, (loud two -tiiiy Miildiin'
on each lot. .
No:s-Aho, vacant lot r and (i, adjoining
tbu aboe. Lot II, , 'j;, ,.y
on Sixth street, ninth side,
between Coiuiiicrei.il and Wliiugluu ave
nues, will be sold in tracts to -mi iiiiich:ici',
eiy low and mi ims) terms.
No I Lots 7 and s, Ii .is, eoiner ol I'oiir
teeiith and I'opl.ir lii i ts, fsiit on I'opl.n
llelt, West r-lde, oppoKilit lio-t-ollli u block.
No Ii Splendid hllsilicM building, le-l-dciieu
iu tecouil stniy, U rooms, and
lioulalid leaf stairway, Wateronliotli lloors.
In iiUiiiberoni'eiilidltiiiu;lliiatei on noilli.
wci-t eoiner ot roinuieivl.'il avenue und
Twelllh slieet. A great bugaln If wild
soon.
No ii Lots I. 7 and i. Ii "'. div. on
('iiiiiiiiiTVI.il avenue, hew ecu l-'oiirlli and
Kilh sheets. Loin iltl and 'Jl, Ii ', city, on
W.islillU'toli avenue, betwi'cii I inn i,ii
stxth sliects. Tel ins easy, pileuiovv.
No 7 Lot II, iu Ii Im, on Mneleeiith
stieet, between I 'oiiiliiclelal avnille and
roiursiieei a great liargain. I.ot'i'i.li fu,
1st ad., on Washington avenue.
No a Twovei v desirable bilsliics bnii.c.
and two lot-, on Sixth street between Coin
inerelal and Wasbliigton avenues, will be
sold at lellus to p.i) puiebiisei n iit.il ol '!.'
per ceni en invesiuieiil.
No !l- Mm IoIh iu Ii J!, si :. ll(rh
"round. '-(Hleaeli on ea.y jei) melds.
.No III- l.olsi I and'.', In lib lioitheollier ot
Telitlialid Levi u stleets. Itest hll-linn loca
tion In Hie clt) teiuis eas) . ,oi'j, '.'.'and
it Inb IU. 1st ad., soiilb eimicc ol Twentieth
and I'olil.iistieet.s. Also Ibri e lotsili eoillt
hoiisc liloi k, limiting on 1'oplar street.
Noll- A splendid tvvo-tory lesldcuce on
ninth east eoiner ol Walnut ami Ninth
Meets, Willi ttvu lot.s-vel) desliablu piop-
No l'J-l.ots Is and I'l. I7!i south side ol
Tvvelity-lllst licel, oppo.ito "loliveiit
liloek ' ver desirable lor le-idcm-c i,ii--pii-es,
elieap.
.No III A Well lliililoved larm ol "in irn k
Ml acres lllidel elllllvatluli ; boiiesainl b.uii
ifiou oicnai il, Hearing tiees; riinnliig watei
llirollull tallll above oVellloW. line ipi.irlec
mile Iioiii station and dipot ot I aim . M.
i.oiiis i.uiioaii. iiiii ne soiii oil eas teiuis
lor f r.'j per aeie.
'Noll 'I'enol the elmi, est loN. in Mm-I.
07, 1st addition, abovi: L'rade, iieaiitilul ic-i-deme
location, will bu sold at a gieut hat
(.'.isis. We call pal llelil.ir attention to this
piopeiiv as ii win ne sold very low.
. I'lNK CIIANCH I'lllt INVKHIJIKK1.
Ill addition to t 111) lurcirolll'' ue olli i Inl
sale, or li-a-e. a laiee tiiiiulier i.t -,.-,m i,,i.
Ill dllleieiit pails ol the elly, einliia.-ilif! .Si.
. mpiiirw ;iuu i esit it m.e piopeu.
Ill iiuluipioveil lands, we have lor site
ovei '.'.'Miim acres III Ale.vandel and I'ul .-ki
eoiintles, at pilees miikiiik Iioiii il to
lei acir, ami ale ilei.Ueil to ollrr induce,
uieiils to piueliasers that cannot be eiii.dled
In Coloratlo, Texas or auv oilier place or Ii)
"aliyothei man." A I il'e ainoiiuiol landsol
the very bet nlialilv. In Alev:iiidei'!in,l I'm.
I.i-kl coiiiitie-, beloiij'lnij to 1 1 t- Illinois Cen
tral K.iilio.id louip.inj. lor the i,ule or vvlilcb
we ale Iho ajjelits, will lie sold M l) low and
on sin Ii easy ti l un that a person ol iiMu.lii
oils liutills. Miti ,i vurv suiull sum ot i.-iulr
iiioney, can In a tew jears hecoiue tlie
owner ol a productive laim. We hive
plats and ileseiilillous ol all l.imN olleied
lor saie ami will lal.e pleasliie in sliowinu
purcli.isers the iropeitj. Tllli-s in all lands
s-oldiy us;uaiaiitecil, and show n Irom the
paleiileo when reipilred by abstraelH. Ap
ply to JOHN (j. IIAKMAN A I'll,,
Cor. .Sl.vlliaiid l.evcu sis., Cain., Ills,
.lime 7, lf7;l.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
RJ3AL KSTAT15 AQENTfl
AUCTION K KltH,
74 (rtitcoNii irr.onu) unto i.uvkh,
VA1KO, ll.t,,
Hoy ahi) Skm. Keai. Khtate,
I'AY TAX KS,
KUIlNiall AltSTKAOTrt OK TITI.II
A ii-1 i.'.rM lUiiifHtau ,f Kinl!
s'CtYNll'f ASH.
j . wTiiiuTj MA N ,
I'hyslel.in. suiireon and aeenueber. Olllce
rwclllh stieet, between Walnut and Cedar
slleels. 7-17 II
Dlt. It. U. TAUKK,
Will ri. limit tl,. itru.'tl.... .t 1.1 ...nr... -I....
.. ... .......... ...u n, .,n jiiutvo-il'll
With especial relerelice to thu electllca
iii-uuuriu oi uiscnsen in an inu now ami Ilu
btoveil method,, of HiinKivif Inn
111 all eaes of female complaints a ad)
nni uu in iiiieiiuaiiei!.
OUli'M, I'idCoiiiiiiuri'lid ilveiiiiu, up stairs
Ii. S. HKK.'ilAM, .L IK
Honiiepatlile physbdau and surireou. of
ll.... I'.., .....I.. I 1.
, uiiititvi, I.H .itrinir, lll'SIHCIICI
i oilier of Klevelitli and Ced.u streets.
7-I i '.'in
II. WAKDNKK, M. I).
Olllce and Residence 111 Coiniiierci.il aw.
mie, tiie.M door to the Atlieiieiiin).
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. l.
RI'HIIiUNUK-. No. VI Thirleenlii stn..t, tie
Ui im VVmiIiiiiiuh HMuiit)Knd Walnut nUert.
wiiii .i - u, iiuiiiiiieielsi miiue, up slsit.
0. W. DUNNINO, M. I).
I KHIIiKNl'K.-eoni'rNintli mid Walnut Mn,
I'inoo hours- from d u in. to li in., hud V . in
i v"i'i)'ii--tiuiii,ir ruin ttlrcul Kiiil Ulilii l.tv.,M
Dlt. (j. Ii. DOUCLAS,
A constant siiiiply ol iiiiiu Nltious Ovblo
U.is, tin- (he painless etractlon ol teeth, at
thu Dental Itooms of Dr. Diilll.ts, siicceNsur
u nr. a. .m. Austin, WkIiIIi stieet. ri-ltt
ST. LOT IS
U N I V 1 It S I T Y
KSTtllMSULII IS r'l'.MI
It) lueliibel's of the socielv of
-loll-, mid Incoi poiated by all net of the
slate Ici'M.iluio III ISI'J, It has evpeileiieed
uuiiiteii opted success, and continues to ol
rci tliit stiidciit every l.icllit) lor ai. limine,
i iniiioiiyii
t'liisslciil nml I'liiiiinercliil Kiluiittiiiii.
.iiiu-i ins in v seui unco nines, a jt;;u u
the parents or giiuidliuis of tbo students, to
inluiui them ol tho conduct, health and
Impiiiveiiieiit ol their sous or wauls. All
epeiiciii'ci physician dally visits the In
stitution, and the uieatest ealo and atleu-
ii. .ii.. 1 1.... , i ...
'- ,i,iT nuniiiii i-ii on iiiii men,
'IKUMU:
Hoard and tilillou, iter m'ssIoii, leu
luoiiths, xj.
The iieM session begins on .Sepleiubci' 1,
Calalomies loiitulnin;; iustrttetioiis to par
' nli and lull paitlciikus, will bu sent lice
"li application to
,, ,, It (C V. ,1. (I, .KAI.A.NII, H.jI ,
I lesldent si l.nults I iilycl.slly. HI l.ouls,
Mli-souii .WilAvvliu
Our Homo Advo'rtiaors.
VUMMfflNlUN MKIU!HA.TN.
HAL LID AY IMOTFJEKS
GENKKAL AOKNTS
KOlt W A 111)1 NO and COM M MM 1 0 N
n k 11 i Hani n.
DKAl.KHB IN KIO UK
i'Tit ts.SHIt
outs ntVMK aim kmiawiu
a a.i:.i? rtflr p a-.tm-t aif-t
70 Duto Lv.h,
Uilliii, iM.tuoih.
MILLIllt .t I'A ItK till,
o i: n it a ii (jo m At 1 ion
I HI'
DKALHItM IN KLOIIH, I'Oltb
Oata, Ha)', ott:.,
AIIIJNTS rnu KAI KIIA Nlf'.'l SOA I. CM
Ohio l.cvee. CADiO. Il.l.lHOlM.
COnMiV, l'A(Mi ,V 00.,
1 ( 11 v . it li 1 v n
A V II -
COMMISSION MKUCJIANTiS-
llK.tl.KMs I).
HAY,
CO UN,
OATS,
in i.A 1,,
I'l.Oirit A II D COIJNTItY I'HODUOK
OAIKO, ILLINOIS
a-IUtl
i s i t ni.siiii:ii 11s,-,.
J. O. MATH HWSON,
'O-MLM ISS10N M 15KCI I AN'I
And Anelit for
1I.V Kl ANII DlJrutir I'uWIlKK Co ,
AUlHISTA, (!..
7-'-:mi
a t. Avnrt,
n. 1. .w-t a
A VHHS VAX,
it x, o xt
CHII
CIINKIt'AI.COMiMIS.SKlNiMKKOIlA
NO. 78 Olllo I.KVhK, OAIIIO, Il.l.h.
i-7tr.
I. M. I'll I LLI l'S,
lonvarding and Conmiisfiioi)
MKIKJIIANT,
WHAHK-IIOAT ritOI'KIKTOIt
ptvpir.' I 1 1 lonv.itd all l.lmls of rii'lclitt
10 an points,
istrlliimiunit. nlli tided to 1 rinni'tly.
mkt iuC u u liu,
i:Clll'lve
I'MiOUIt MIOHOIIANTi
ANI
m r 1 ,v.. urfj' a. tn- nir r,
No, so mi 10 i.i: ki:,
'-till. (JAIUO, ILLINOIS
WOllDjUlTTKNHOUSb', .V HHO
FLOUR
IH'-JOHIO LUVK1C
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
CAIRO,
.if. 1 : : Y1LJ,'.' ;
IjAIvOKBT HOTIili IX SOUTIIKUN IMilNOIS
And III all Die appniiiliii' nt id a tlM-i I iss lion e, lias iki i-iiiiipeti ol 111 I'.illn, anil lei s ,tt
I mi In the slate ollth!i' ill Cbleasro.
'I he alnt Clinilesls built In the ine-t solid and substantial manner ul Intel; and .r.n
folirslotles tu heli'ht, exclll-ive of li'iselili'llt and attic, Iris a ln.tllaK" ol I III ffi'l nil 'li
tildo liver, I'J.'i lee I mi s..,oii.l street and i wllitf lor elillHSry piirpu-es :1s In llior.iii-;', i - r
and Hill -.iitit.it lnl.lv oliiliiiMlale 'M icuet. Is nil vv lining a IUih hii Im; bu-lin -- e. ,i .
will be larncl) Incii ased doling the ireet jear by the hew riillnia.ls iioiv being I' t lir
C.iilo, ami Whore ilepntx Will be tu il'.ni pnulllllty tu till holt-)'. .
I'ai ties vvlslilus; to eii.is;.' ill the hotel Imsliiess hive now tin exeellenl opsiilui. i
piireli ie the eiitlro piujieiiv, or oii-tliliil Interest wnli iiiiureiiieiit .it the lio-m, -i
hiding liirnltiiie ami i'ihi.I will, on very reisniniMe terms, at low listufm. and , ,
mollis. Addles
' j nwacTT v.rnc:o : ,
Or (J. U COCHKAN.
It IVlilldiiStieet, .ivv lltl.all-.
THE VIEMA
vJ . ij vy iJt7.Vt4sjssVts9
Ol C.lllo. Ill the lead, llllil 111 0M I tu III d.i H-i.lll Inr In- lllilln Ii sim U i.l I ,. '
HOW Kill In lil entile still h III
SUAliM Kit (JOOI)S AT COST
III it", k t oieiU In part ot
CII2NAI.)LNI'5, I.AWiWS,
MAIWAILIsKS, ' LliN'JiNS,
. OI'vOANUIKri, IMCQUKS.
.SlMTIiNUS, I5TC, I'.K
He will also tell all othei eoods in propottion a.
C3 fS LCA-'T- T ii IV. DUC D! I'J H Ti. VO Ei. !.
l-vflle ifspeerullr ""li. it in i v ino 0 illuii ol In--to. k. t elin i-' un d lh' u ' u '
an l,e luliliil iu the -ilv
$30,000 WOUTH OF GOODS
AT COST-
O.N A .NO AKir.K
I will fi-ll . 1 1 1 i f - lni-K .if
Dry Goods and Carpets
AT ACTUAL COST
As I am deteimiiied t" lose mi! my pre-ei,t limm-a a- "mu a'poetiblu
N. 15. TO AVOID ALL ill 1ST A K ICS II KltK A I'THIt, THIS SlOlIv
WILL UK SOLI) STItll'TLY l Olt CASH.
July 5, 1M7!
0 0 1' 1' I'l K A ,s?,
I! R 0
Ji K.IJO h A T !) O V
I' I) K .M A N ( A
i'mmimmmwmmmMm
OA R 15 0 h I O A C I J)
ssyttovs'' irn rism
(J II L O II I I) M O I'1 Ii I
IM) W I)
- AT
:d :Rj ij o a- :i: s it? s .
OOlUNKIt W'AlillhNtiTON AVHN'Uli KIUIITI1 STIllJliT
- ANI-
n tt
A I,rlvul'.ii.t.u..i.... ... ....... . ' '
or llioso Uut tu Itjrrv.iin l!, i'l! ' . V ,
ionl.ai.lat. umrrliK.! sll lit i.ul It T'.f)
tu U uuJiir lock l ' tliut uutW
. M.ot la mi out . .
&3!J,iI,""5? Ana ranimun.
.h. dl...... . T V. "B fctU.sll, MrMflftJlf WL. , i,-,,
lUilll S "It it'i " V!.u-'"a" I hS
ILLINOIS.
Care ..f TlcSmor .V C's., MT. I.ol I
E3SP0SITI0Sr.
II. II. CUNNINOIIA.M
,l O 0 II ItO K A h I M
L I M 11 ,
N A T K OF 1' 0 T A .S
ishmsjs si l1 sisur: h.whss.sii.'i sw s sw mmm , n m n
1' O W I) K li ,
I !. sin smn
M H ,
10 It K It (Ml A K (JO A li
"tM-tV 4JsutMAkB MIAKUfa s
lllllllll.UIIM.
II. A Thorns I" " I'boliH
T1IOMS .V HUOTHUlt,
..iiccesnsrs to II. Jl.llMleil.
CliyMIIDNMI'IliCllAN'If.lll.'OKHC
VNti HICAI.i:t!rtlN
Mliiple hii.I I'niH'y UiiH i'Hrs
I'aiicltmund Douieslio
D'Utri'X'H .AJU JTUT3
i:il Coiiiiiii'ielsl Avenue,
OAIKO, - ILLINOIS.
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