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nOLLUk WamLY' BULLETIN
M. m iH ha rulurtd the SUbscriB-
Um Bttaa SSMYaSHtLY CAIRO BtJtXITIM
ta OM'DMbr par aaauss, auklnt? U the
, shsap sat paper ytpHsaad In Southern Illlnol
sMltatr atfr en every mr.
ON THE WINO.
CKLBSTIALS AT NOHTU ADAMS
XIDK OVKR HOOSAO MOUN
TAIN VALLKY OP THK CON
NKOTIOUT TOBACCO FIELDS
AND CABBAGE LEAVKS I1HAT
TLKBORO. VKHMONT TOMB OF
.UH . FISK-VERSONAIi, VKKV
MiDDLMuim, Vormont, July2H, 1873.
In our lilt letter from North Adams In
ItpMkitg of the'depth of the central shaft
at Ilootae tunnel would that It was
OWE THOUSAND AND TonTr FMT DKKI,
Your compositor! taw our ono and wont
sine hotter." Wo now call htm to account
for lame. Uad tbo shaft lioon, tndood,
ten thoutand foot deep, Moein. Sampson
A Co., (not Thompson at you had It
printed) could' havo procureil tholr Olil
neto.wtth Tory little trouble, China beliiE
directly underneath, all that would have
been necessary would bo to load thorn up
And start them un throuch that ton thnu.
MBdfaiK.Jwi to tbo aurface and land
them wttal two alibi of tho factory. An
m?L j0?.?" b niond eyod colostrialt
arrived -whlit Mi wW thoro and com
mencod work n thaaaais factory with the
uaiance. l was aaJntoKisting aljcbt to
WneMt-ovet one hundred of uVonvIn a
couple of rooms alias busy, as boos nt tholr
work. Shoes ot all sizes from tho small
est Infant's (otuoao ol a slr.e that tlio
atx. jxcou BRibi:tr
Could wear with Aftin. rn tnrtifiil suit hv
uu tuvuianui oi pairs uaily, Tlio work
all being dono ty machlnorv. wo worn
I; much attracted with n llttln ITmnlilun flint
M made a ddnbleVow of holes, put In the
pegs and droo thorn homo with such
rapidity that wo could not seo how It was
Would take a shoo, put tbo too undor the
i tiiftrhlnM bun li ... I . 1 1 .i . i
V.V .wvj. a iiivtiii an uia time
round to the heel and up tbo oppottlo eldo
to the too and the sole was lilted with a
, double row of pegs, tlmo, Jit Kltoon s-
' conds, or
I'OUK 9II0K.H X MINUTE.
Tho heathen Chinese aro a happy look.
I ing set of cusses, as f roHeksomo as Jclttont
.J aad when yoii"st6pvlo'look at tholr work
would grin like a 'Ubesblro cat eating
f cheese" If you know what tbt is. In tho
ante-room we mado. the acquslntnnc of
CHABUC BINO KSq.,
'lybobas been in this country fourtoon
' years, speaks English well, basbsd his pig
tall cut off, bis bnlr Americanized, clothos
ditto, and Joined tho-church. Bully for
him. He was busily engaged In writing:
, a Utter on Chinese rice paper, a shoot of
wblok would comfortably till the ton of a
hogshead, the linos of the paper instead of
being rules) across .horlaohlally were per
pendicular Tuning up and down tbo shoots:
. uotber pecularlty k tbat tboy wrlto
v BIOBT TO LIFT,
Commencing at the top of the. column on
!tho right band oersay, m4 runniag down
imiwinu am iun to im iuiuui,wudu tuey
commence atala at the top and so on
.Tneyuae Beimel's hair peacll attached
I . to a slander Uck, and wrlto with India
li ink. Wo wrote our same and address on
aa envolopj, 'd, begged a a favor that .
Would traaaoribo it Into puro coloatial,
which was done la a moment, and looked
when finished ai .though a huge spider, af
ter being well dipped In' ink, bad
SBorraq.ntoM the cbilimq
Onto the paper, and this made tho Ono
' word, heVthe1 aplder after having had
a pin shoved Ifete'ble tile or somo other
, tendor part, made a spring whioh caused
cm to turn a somersault. Two mora
thrust of the pta succeeded by as many
jumps, and tbo talog now dono wo bar
It, "a thluB of beauty, whibb is a Joy ,for-
Twioaavery daythreo magnlQcentiUKO
coaches, drawn by six splundlp
Borsi'stfrt froaa la trout of tbo
,uA -ARMot-p aomr.,
l.Fora trip over the mountain connoctlng
I with tno rauroau at mo eastern terminal
of tk- toMtl.t The post of honor is on
top on the j v
VAT BACK Of THE DKIVXR.
And 'kerebe Hco'iaoralng your corros
aon,dskliUld ;klmtelf toojoy ha rldo
so a tne mouoiaia view. i;riimougn tuo
Bt'W ttievwaswnsWo' Is 'nioeteon
IliuBdtod (pUaM -do-agt print' itniattten
El ' a a . t . i , i a ...
aa i sew "gu, yes tuo joau is umn
alff-aaff, o that'all&ougk yeu all the tlino
f,wB 'jraitv is aoae easily aad sot 'la-
"itJ''if!!W Wr tba tulh To ox-
deaoedoidad. MMatlou, as the coach
ssaara to bassf't over the nroclniea bus.
tarvu vw ju invoiuB
aaruy teaa so im
HNMkr staa.to balaaca
1 1 MiajlasPisiiilstratWj TSt
it. wnnilarfallir. Thaacenorv from tb,
mltkVerft;t.iNl we';ho aloa:,sf
epsnklng raM for about two miles when we
comn to the
DBSCXNT Or THE MOUNTAIN,
Which is aftompllshod at such a rapid
rata that wo grasp tho littlo iron rail with
both hand for fear that an Involuntary
lurch of tbo coach will send us boadlong
from our lofty seat, squirming among the
VOOT or TUX MOUNTAIN
Wo rein up In front of tho ltco ac U u o
and our stag rldo ii aodsd. After parta
king of a hountcoui dinner, to whlcll all
dono ainplo Justice, wo took sent In tbo
And woro soon whirling along al tbo rato
ot thirty tulles an hour. At OroonQulJ,
thirty-six miles, we changed sars for llioso
of tbo Connecticut Hlvor railway, and
thonco northward our course was up the
VALLRV or TUE CONNKCTICUT,
l'anlng highly cultivated Holds, thriving
villages, populous towns In' (act iht'oilgh
the heart of Now England. "Wolmvo not
tho room or apacolo dostrlba tho many
oljoctsof doop intorottthat were viowed
by us In our rapid transit through tho
Ask llorman Moyor, Korsiuoyo'r or any
othor woll-known tobacconist In Cairo,
and thoy will toll you that the finest cigar
wrappers grown In this country, lire
grown from tlio loaf railed in tliu Con
necticut valloy, which wo worn imiiliig
through. 'o stw Mold aftor ilold on
either sidnnf tho
Killed with tho larun itrocn loaves of the
frtj-ratit woed. It is said that when tho
crop ls'shurt, thoy uu cutibnj;n leavus In
stead. Wo think it vllo slaudor. It Is
alio siddthat somo' outoriirlilnic Individ
ual In this vicinity linn .recently, by somo
chomlcal process, succeeded in mitkiiig a
good inoirichimmplpo from n'coimiuiii po
If this ii so, all wo havo to ray l, thiit
any community wliero tlio ponplo tiro so
onlorprlslng hi In muku i-lgar wrHiM'urs
Anil moorcshniim p!pM finin polntooi
will havn no uso for poor-homos. At
Our iron bono stoppod for a low mliiuto.i
to got his wind mid to wood up. Ilrnttlo
boro is celebrated as having within It"
HTATE LUNATIC ASYLUM
ytnd also being tho houin, and now tho
last resting plnco ol tho Into "l'rlnc of
Krlo," wo do not know us I hero Is any
similarity botwoon tho two, and yot thoro
may no. Jin. j-fekJs now bulldioir a
riKTV THOUSANll DOLL An T0M
Over tho romalns of tholamonlod colonel.
Ills gravo is vlaitod liy thousands, and It
is oipocted mat Htokos, allor the closo of
l 1out aMnn ni vt, wUl'vlsU tlio
shrine and drop a few tears (orocodllcs)
over tne grassy mound or his victim, '
W'oloavo tho lionu'tlfiil CVnnoctlcut, und
cross tbo tlreeu mountains. Unco on tho
other sldo, and at tor leaving ltutland, wo
run iilong tbo banks of tho beautiful Otter
till wo reach tbo dear old town of MlddK-
Ueorgo Fisher, Bsq., and family, of Cal
ro, reached boro safely a day or two since'
air. ininer comes to Mlddlebury aftor.an
absonce of twolvo years, to rocovor bis im
paired health and also to revlilt iho scones
of bis boyhood, and collogo career. Tho
vonorablo parents of Mr. Fiihor also rosido
at thii place.
Now that It it all over, wo may as well
own up that we Intended to surprlio your
readers with somo lettort from over tho
ea, during tbo month of August, but since
rooeiving the official account of tho public
moetlng of a
STOCK COMPANY AT LOVISVILLE,
In' which wo wero Interested, not bolng
satlitlcd with tho dlvidond declarod, we
havo postponed ourKuopean tiip ninedit,
out continuo to remain, ever content
J. U. K. T.
SOME OF THE FAMOUS W111TBU8
ONE SEES IN LONDON.
rCorrekDondenee Ctuciunatl L'nnimirilil.l
l bavu,been. happy siuco 1 reachel Lou-
uun. ronunatoiy i was uoro thrown
among a class of people 1 bad always ad
miredalmost a nice by themselves the
"Pre-Raphaelite." who appear to mo llku
B, little "green island set in the iinddlo of
smoky, grimy, money-getting Loudon. 1
met poets; painters and sculptors, men of
letters and doctors of philosophy, literary
critics, art-critics and editors, to say no
thing oi other sorts of brilliant people
1 n ad taken 'lodslnea" in ihn homa
whoro my old friend, Joaquin Miller,
lived. Here also I found l'rontlco Mullon,
anotbor Californisn, to lay nothing of u
distinguished Polish baron, also a writer,
The other day I roceivod cards from
Lady Hardy for a rocoption at bor home,
where all the literati meet, or hop to meet.
There 1 saw many of tbo great mon of thu
Place few of thorn great by wealth or title,
but all ot thorn gi eat by roason of intellect.
It Is reportod hero that Joaquin Miller
1) to bo marrlod to tho only daughter of H.r
Thomas and Lady Hardy. Hho Is a tall,
lortly girl, graceful as a calallly, and bss
Written two books herself. Her mother
also Is an authorestj and list published
morel work. . '
I have seen the proof of Joaquin Minor's
now book, which is now in preis.- It ro
tates to bis life among tboModocs. lean
say tbat it will create a sensstion. .
Lord Porclval Uravesj who aad just
published a volume of isweat little Poems.
came up to Mr. Miller to bo complimented.
Mr. Miller' brought him. to me. Ifouud
him a mddost, ttlrrJan youth, wboas you
would hardly s'uinectol poetio proolivkiat.
im i kot strike : em - DlaaMBtlriVaK Isl '
ibiak, fearfully akly, aad has arrjaBH
st sum, ( tost ne, saaaH you wist) ae
14 hasp still JuM'oM aoBet. ;'8t7ln-'
i vk wiia ais rawer,, a snort dis-
atst at towJ Xvarv bow kiu) lba
altill aieaasjfcoa rigid asaaul author lav.'
99 UihtUm, aad has what; bt
THE CAIIiO JPAIJgT
Bsj.f Bui Im bmkbs to'kTa th
it a (lproe.!' Bui Im bbmbi t0,hT the
kisdest feelings for his fafowuen) ' ,
- T' sea ;jptt)ieuit poet (UwtaWwe)
wrtw; I. aJTribWeipco,, feek a
ludism IsWratMlF In sajri rooisToM day,
and; AithX a ; wtM tf i!planaJ or ap
ol(f,iebissiBdf at'my'wrWag desV,
displaced all toy' things, and eoratnencea
writing. Ill whole face worked vehf
menlly he poundod steadily with hU left
band upon tbo table, and bhi feet kept tlmr
in uniso 'with his body Co iM;moaotoa
ous thumping. As soon as ke had flalsbed,
he Jumped up, seised bli bat, and with, a
hurried 'good-bye," iushtd OB;to lad kit'
friend Watts, to whom ha always submits
ovary line for criticism. His handwriting
Is as cranky and nervous at lilt manlier.
Dr. Hake, who 'hat published two vol-
umns of at twoet poems as over were wrtu
ton, has, been a froquent visitor of mine.
Dli calm, placid manner, and noblo face,
crowned wllh sllvory hair, is always a swt
and a Joy and bis low volco aad alow
Npecch nfo a ploassnt contrast to Swin
burne. Mr. OHIiauehnoiiv. anotbor pro-Ka-
pbael'ite poet, has dronnod In upon me oc-
cailonallv. Onco he brought his flanceo,
a daughter of Dr. Marston, the play
I havo also, soon Dr. HutTer, a gonial
German, with a faco liko a ripo autumn
moon, and Mr. Watts, and William and
Christina Itosettl, tho poets. Chriitlna Is
a uollcaie woman, Willi vory boaulllul ilatk
oyos, and a vory swoet, uspressivo face,
llor brother Is clarkor, and has dark, pas
sionate-looking oyoi. Danto Hfisottt 1 did
I was at tho grand banquot given for tho
bun c lit of dostltuto Authors, at whioh l'ro
mler Gladstone preiided. .loaquln Mlllor
had an invitation, and, nt lait, tho wild
"poet of thri Hlorras" aduplod a swnl low
tailed coat and wlilto neck-tlo and wont.
A number of ladies had Invitations to go
and look on and seo tho British liter
ary lion eat. Through tho kind olficoi of
Lndy Hardy I had ono sent mo and so,
with her and her daughter, 1 wont. Tin)
Hon uto till ho full Into a comatose state,
and then ho coinmencod tuastlnir ami
spoechilylug. We ladles bad tho mijuli-
Ito pleasure or Doing looKun-on al tun
banquet and llstonors to tbo speeches. 1
mado iimny a mental photograph of tl
dloulous situation!, but, of courio, It wotiM'
nnver do to tell thorn.
So. sonlni; It nil. 1 think llfo in London
to tin Amurican Is liko living In uuother
MAIN I'OINI'SINTHE C KMl'LAINT
Or MRS. YOUNO XVIlflN 11 Kit
SUIT l'Olt DIVOKCK AND
Salt Lake, July "0. Papers In tho
cano of Anna Kllr.ii Wohb Young, praying
iiTorcn irom urigiiain rouug, wnro per
sonally ierv4id yoiterday. Tho Prophot
eemed iindiitiirhed, and passed thu docu
ments to his secretary. Tho following are
i no uiAiu points ol llio complaint : rialu
tlir avors that she is tho wifa of defendant :
wai married on tho lith of April, 1803 has
two children by a former marriage j bss i o
personal property or means of livlmr. For
ono yoar after imirriago dofundant lived
with her; since then ho has almost on
1 1 rely deiorled bor. Defendant sent her
and her children to II vo on a farm four
miles from Halt Lake, wlioro sho had only
ono companion, her mother ; bad to do
monial work, drossing coarsely and faring
badly. Defeudant visited bor very soldom,
and novor remained ovor half an hour;
troatod hor with contempt and scorn, and
oxactod tho earnings of tho farm. In the
tall, ut IHl-i, ,j illrQflllon ot ilataudint.
plalntltl took up rosldonco In Halt
Lakn City, which sho has lioen comnallml
to loavu from want ot supports' and fear of
vioiunce irom uaienaant. has railed upon
dofundant frequently for maintenance, but
been rerusod. Is In feohla health and under
modlcal treatment; has boon obliged to
soil hor rurnitiiro to moot current ex
ponsos. Sho sues for dlvorco on account
of nogloct and bad treatment j states tbat
hor husband has an incomo of 140.000 a
month. Sho prays for lawvor'tfeosofS'JO.-
000, $0,000 of which aro to be Paid down
as a preliminary roe, ana tho balance on
tbo termination of the suit, tho meanwhile
in ruceive $i,uuu nor month for support
Sho finally prays that the sum of $200,000
oo set asiae irom tno ueremunt's estate
and paid to hor as nllmony.
Tho reply Is set for Aug. 5. Judge Km
orson will probably hold court.
Four foot snako was killed in n saloon
at Kllburn, Wis. It was hunting for an
Thoro Is at this titno ovor 100 tons of
salmon on tho wharf at Astoria ship
monts from tlihories along the Columbia
Two convicts at work in tho shoo do
partment of tho Virginia ponitentlarv
havo rnado their lawyer au olvgint pair
If a Persian turn Christian bis head Is
choppod oirif they catch hfm. All torts
orwlrkodncss aro cured by tho sbab't lilt
A ship is about to loavo San Francisco
wiiu mo uosign oi applying tho diving
doii to peari tuning on mo wostorn coast
oi Mexico, ureal results aro expected.
A lady rocontly appllod at ono of our
llfo Insurance companies for a position ss
agent. When nikod what her qualifica
tions wero, she touched hor unblushing
tiiuuK. ouu was ungagou
Four whllo roses grow this yoar on
two apple trees in Eyota, Minn. Thoy
wero unllkoapplo blouoms In shape, color
or sinoll, puro white, nnd about tho slzo of
a silver uouar.
The Younir Men't Christian Aisocla
tlon of Boston cleared over $40,000 from
tholr rocentdrand Bazaar, which itoos to
ward extinguishing tholr building debt of
Oo KIlilliUirsl,UiwsaUommrlsl aad Wash
njluu atsuuu, itdatlr IfoelilPi
NKW MlLIsUfKHV GOODS
i.atsst trnimi amp suumir etnas.
Mtaiiiua full baoof
raoisrasTHTB & hats
ITrimtood ana untnm'niwt,!
f UlCNOH KWWKRH,. UIBBONS, TKIMMIMHI
of all klndi, ,tc.. eto.
if And all olhsr arlielai nsuslly feus la a
FIHHT-OLA88 MILLINURr BTOUK
.'isan. acun, m waii yu sir suks ol
yasey aad Mlmnsry OoodS.'hM a flat and
.yawpisw asaonsneas or.viaoiuBssi UHStom
saada Ladles' sad Mbsias.SboM aad Call.
KiiV Boots, Jslaek d CaserJTfceaa
asackBwlsdged tobtke aaestaad East
mr la'tese, marks t. "aad UiU U the oaly
Bausa Baa eltv that iaaksstlMai a specialty
BULLETIN, SATURDAY,' AUGUST 2, 1873.
AAUiUU AAU T VII VHWauvniWi?
John (J. IUrmssi.
JOUN (i. HARM AN oVCOiV
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS
North Uir. ol Stls mi. sm4 kto Ie
Oder for salo at low ilgurcs find easy terms
tho following real entatc :
No 1 An olcKant i-oltago. corner Twelfth
aad Loclut strceU, Is 27 and 'a, It 1, third ad.
Lots abovo KCAdo. h lots In b i, lu what Is
known as tin "indue Block:" llioso lot run
through thissblock Irom Kirtconth to Hlx
teontu slrect, and tho licit rcniilenco prop
erty lu tlio city adjoining property highly
No 2 Lots n and 4. l 45, city, Washington
avenue, botwveii Thirteenth suit Fourteenth
streets, went Mdc, Uuod ttvo-ktory liiilldlmt
on each Jot.
Wo U AUo. virant lota Ti runt II. mllnlutmr
tbo abovo. Lot 14, u 'a, city,
on Sixth fctrcot, south sldo,
hclwcon Coniinrreinl and WnihlnKton avo
lines, will be sold In tract to Milt purehaKer,
very low and on easy terms.
No 4 l.oU 7 and ft, It as, corner ol Four-
leenin una ropiar streets, front on l'oplar
street, went side, omioxllo pontjlltvo lilock.
No 6 Nplemlld Imslneiis hitlldlni;, rcxl
deuce In seroiul story, U rooinn, and
fioiiland rcaritalrwar, wuterotilioth Doors,
in nuilll'vr ijiiu uuiiiiHiuii; numiit'll uu liurill
wont corner ol
Commercial nveuuo and
A great huigaln If sold
No O-Lots 4, 7 and 0, b 21, city, on
Commerelul avonuo, bowoen Fourth and
Fifth streets, J.ots ito mid 21, li Zl, My, on
Washington avenuo, liclweoii Filth and
Sixth streets. Terms easy, price low.
No 7-Lot 14, lu Ij is, on Nineteenth
street, between Commercial avenue and
Poplar ttrcetn groat bargain. Lono, u lift,
no o i wo ve
and two lots, on
8 Two very doslrablo biislues liouxes
i sixin street between Coin
Uicrelal aim Wash lliifton iiviiimipk. win
sold nt terms to pay purchaser rental ol"
per cent on iiivesiment.
No ll-Hlx lots in b Si), lot ad. High
ground. $200oach on easy iiaymcntH.
No 10 ImU 1 and '1, In li ( north corner ol
Tenth und Lcveo Ntreots. Hint buluea loea
tlon In Ilia city terms easy. Lots'JI, !W and
i'l In b 111, Int ad,, south corner ol Tweutleth
nun ropiarsireeis. Also tiiroo lots in court
houso block, IVoiilini; on 1'oiilar atreet.
No II A splendid two-story residence oir
nonu euia corner or Walnut ami Ninth
mix'uim, niiu iwo nils very tiestrablo nroii.
No 12 Lots 18 and Ml, b 70 south tide ol
Twenty-Una direct, uppotlle "Convent
iiiock "very uvsirubie lor rciideiice pur
No lit A well Improved Iftrmof'IOaerus
GOacroHiiiidcrciilthatlon; hotiKCn.iiid barn
good orchard, bearing trees: riiniiliic water
tliroiij;li liirm abovo oreillow. One ipiarler
iiiiiu iiviii nutiiuu mill iil'j'Ul 01 i;airo A til,
LouU nillroud. Will bo Nild on easy terms
tor tl-i per acre.
""No II Tell ol tbo choicest lotn. in l.ln. L-
r7, iHtuildltlou, above itrailc, livaiitllul roil-
iieiico loeauon, win no sold at n great bar
gain. We call particular ntteutloir to this
iironcriv i ii win c soiu very low.
A FINK CHANCE Foil IVVVIITIirVT
III addition to the ioroirotni
nan-, m hud, a iarjo uuuioer oi vacant lots,
l.i .llllfi-nnl .. -... .1.. ...... . ... k. '
i. uiui-iuiifr m ui uiv uiiy, eiuuraciug no
a wiipiiii-Bi. iiuu ii'biiiviii'u properly.
Ill unimproved lauds, we havo for aulc
over 2:i.000 uures in Alexander and rul.11.ki
counties, ut, prices ranging from (i to $ln
per acre, and are prepared to otTer induce;
iuciiIh to purclmsers that cannot be enualleil
lu Colorado, To fas or any other place or by
"any other man." A largoomouniollandsol
the very beat uualilv. lu Alexaiulerainl P11.
laskl count ci. belonifiuir to tho llltiioia Uun.
tral Hiillroad aouuiaiiy. for tl sale or mvUIvIi I
we are 1110 agents, will Do sold vury low and
on such easy terms that u person of Industri
ous habits, with a very auial! Mini of ready
uionoy, can In a few years become tbo
ovncr of a productive farm. We havo
Plata ami descriptions of all lands offered
Tor salo und will take pleasure lu showinic
piirchusera the property. Tltlcs-to all lands
sold by us guaranteed, and shown Irom tho
patentco when required by abstracts. Ap
ply to JOHN y. IIAUMAN A CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Lcvco sin., Cairo, Ills.
June 7, 187D.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGrENTS
74 (saooND iloob) oaio lbth,
Unr and Sill Rial Khtati,
rUKNIHU ABSTRACTS OF T1TLB
Aad iisra Honrajaaoas of Kiails!
PHTRIVl ANN ,
J. W. RRIGMAN,
fhytlclan. surseon and aceouchur. nninn.
rweinb street, between Walnut uud Cedar
rircuis. 7.17 (f
A. J. ROE. M. D..
Olllco over Thorns & llro.'s grocory store,
No, 1:14 Commercial avenue, corner Klghth
street. Itesldeiico corner Walnut und
1 wcniy-iirst streets.
DR. B. O.TABER,
Will resume the praotice ol bit profenlon
with ctpecisl reference to the electrica
ireauneni 01 uiseaset in au tne new and Im'
proved methods of application.
In all oases or female complaints a adr
will I. Im aftnmlBMAA- -
Olllco, VP) Commercial avenue, up stairs,
R. S. URIGHAM, M. D.,
lloma-pathlo physlstim and snrgoon. Of
Ueo 30 tmmorelal avenue. Jtesldcnco
comer of Klcveutli uud Cedar streets.
II. WARDNEtt, M. D.
Olllco and Kotldcnce 111 Commercial sve
nuo, (next door to the Athenoum),
WILLIAM H, SMITH, M. D.
OKHIUUNUU N'n, si ThirUsaih strMl. bl
.fy 'VS Waahumion aveaue and Walnut Unit.
Umcit lis tioinuisrulal ar nu. nn ataln.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
13 KHIPKNOK oornerNlnth and Walnut Ms.
IVOftlCe oornsr biz Ik trut nhin
Ottioa hours from s a.m. tolSm.,aalp.m
DR. G. K. DOUGLAS,
A comlant Minnlv nf nur Nltwn ivl.ln
Oas, for the i painless extraction of teeth, at
the Dtntal Itooms of Dr. DoukIsh, successor
to nr.A. si. Austin, Klgbili street, (Witt
WMIWS AM MliUVMJI.
R. SMYTH A CO.,
WUOLSHALX UKOUXKB, I
4MStSMISSSSttMM HtMt I MMI
OHIO tlVBS x ,
Also, keep eoesUatlr ea htad a most nun '
piste alook wf
-oimb.J . ,'
Our Bon AthwtiMrs.
M It U II II AN 'fM,
DEALERS IN PI OUR;
And rtt ol
ODIO UtVBIl AND EA1IAWUA
70 Ohio Lhvkh,
J. 0. MATUKWHON,
And Agent for
llAy.HI) ANI Dllro.NT POWUKII Cil .
COKFKY, ACK & CO.,
K LOU It AND COUNTRY I'KODUOE
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, otc,
AOBNTS VOB FAIRUANK'S HO ALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
8. 1). A vans.
K J. AVIR
AYER8 & CO.,
OINERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
If o. 78 Onio Lktbi, Cairo, Ilu.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and Commiasion
urepjrjd In forward all klud of rrelKhts
to all points,
ruuilnsss stUndsil to promptly;
PK T E Jt 0 U tl J,
Km. aa erne lkvkk.
WOOD KITTKNHOUBK ft HHO
The Halnt Charlci Is well and widely known ah tho leading and
LARGEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
And In ull the appointments of n tlrst-ct.nss house, has 110 rotnpeti or In Cairo, and 110 stilie
rlor In the Mate outside of t.'lilcugo.
Thu Halnt Charles Is built In tho most solid mid substantial manner or brick and Iron, it
four stories In height, cwcludvc of basement and attic, Inn a Iroulago ol 110 leot 011 the
Uldo river, va lord on second moot and u wing for culinary purposes , hlu thorough repair
and will cnmrorlahly accommodate 'joo gucntx. In now doing a lino paying business, which
will be largely Increased during the preset year by tho now railroads now being built Into
Cairo, ami vvhoio depots will bo In cbno proximity to tho house.
l'artles wlshlug to'engage lu the hotel builncrH havo now uu excellent opportunity to
purchase the entire pruporty, or one-third Interest with msnagomont or tho liuslncss, lu
eluding furnlliire and good will, on very rcasonsblo tcruiH, at low liguret, and easy pay
monts. Addrt'ss: ' '
, crn3"Wia-"r wilcox,
Caroof Tlcknor A Co., HT. LUU1M,
0. (J. W. (JOUIIKAN,
41 1'erdldoHtrect, New Orleam.
Of t.'alro. lu the lead, and in order to main room lor lih luiinniee utocl: ol fall grjodi,
nowoilcrs his eiitiio stock ol
SUMMER GOODS AT COST
HI- ttock rotulMi In part ol
MARSAILLES, LINENS, .
SUITINGS, ETC., ETC
He will ulnj cell nil other goods In proportion a;
OU33ATI.Y UrffiDTJCTUID PETCOU3:
t3Tllu respccfully solicit an examtnutlonol Ills etock, teelliigansured that none better
cuii be found in tho :ity.
$30,000 WORTH OF GOODS
I will sell my entire stock of
Dry Goods and Carpets
AT ACTUAL COST
As 1 am determined toi loio out my proton t business as toon aspottiblo.
,.,.,, 11. H. CUNNINGHAM.
CARBOLATE OF LIME,
PERMANGANATE OF POTASH,
CHLORIDE OF LIME
FOR JV LOW TJXOEIia
A y. D 'SRj "CJ C3- C3- X S TD S
CORNER WASHINGTON AVENUE AND EIGHTH STREET,
no, 7-- oriHio Xjvaajs
Utsrt oImotsHm lo rpUSIffif Sll ?.i,u tu
II, A. Thorns L. D. Ttomt
TIIOMS & BUOTHEK,
Suecesnsrs to II, M.Huleo,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
Ntaple d rmney ilrsxrlss,
PorelKn and Dowrstlo
181 Conwcrclal Avsaus,
OA1BO, n ILLIMOU; t