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IHB CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY AU GUST G, 1873
THE BULLETIN.
!! Pup" of
Cnnilr. Ik
he Cllr "
MurnlniC ally
uttserss llllnoie,
JOHN II. OBKKLV. Kdltnr and I'ubllther
TKKMS or TIIK UAILY HULLCTIN :
Ou week, by carrier
nnrrbr carrier, Inadvanco 10 W
Out year by carrier If not piM in
advance.
Dne moatk, by mall.....
itrse months
Six montni
One year.
i TIIK DOLLAK WKKKLY UULLKTIN
John U. Oberly has reduced the subscrlp
lion price of the Weekly Caiho Huli.btin
to One Dollar per annum, making It the
cheapest paper pilblLsued In Southern Illlnol
il 00
1 00
3 00
ft &
10 00
BtcmIIbk mailer on pvrrjr tinge.
Mm. Ajjk E. Dkckik ii a candidate
for rounty icliool superintendent of .lack-
ton county.
Tint new itala movement has not met
with the favor It was anticipated it would
receive, and It will probably be a failure,
Thk Cairo and St. LouitraUroad it com
plated to Murphytboro, and rcgula
trafni will now run between that placo and
tit. Louli.
Elf r BRiSE SAV INGfcf
HA 'W.TC.
tlnisrlerit Wsrels II. 114.
device or
HANK, OAIKO
OVVICEH8 :
A. U. HAl-TORO. l'retldent;
4J LI fit VI all VI....ltoui,.liitif
11, I1YHI.01, Secretary and Treesiirei
niaaoToui
V. M. BllClit,
r. U.HruoatiiTH,
R. H. Utissimaaii,
The 1'ulaiki l'atriol' shows comnimda
bio enterprise by otl'urlng to each yearly
subscriber a pair of cbronios, Whitlior't
"IJarefoot lliy, and tbo companion piece,
"Tbo Uarofoot Oirl.' Thce chromoi are
bandiomoly gotten tip and compare favor
bly with tbe cbromoi ofl'orcd a premiums
by tbe proprietor! of many larger pnpari.
Ai a nowipapur, tbo 'Patriot' i behind
none of iu weekly cotemporarios, und in
energy and onterpriso In ahead of rouriv.
11 .... it . .
ol, ijutlir win ioon ba out Willi an
elaborate dofenso of the salary bill, a de
tense called forth by tbo npparent fact
tiat bit bolng tue author and tupportor
of It, it hurting materially UU chancus for
the sjovernonbip of Mattachuiultv Hut
Hutler, like the unallor fry who have
cried "out, damned tpot.'' will And tlio crv
ir Tain., lie ban Jod tba JSopubllcan party
m ji atiacnuseui tor along time, but Itap
pear? iam me iast itraw on tbo camel's
liHck by bit ttrenuout support of tbe back
pay bill.
Andt Johnson will bu a osmlitate for
Rnveruorof Tennoiieo at tbe next stnto
.Irctinn. A ipecial dispatch to tbo 'Miss
ouri republican,' dated August third,
mvs j II Is positively known that Andy
Jobruun will bo a cnndfdatn for governor
at tbe ensuing oloctlon. Gov. Hrown, tho
present incumbent, may run, but bit com
mutation of the sentences of so many con
vlcted murderers, tbo last lining Karly .1.
Keson a few dayt since, will work against
lilm witb tbo intelligent population of.tlio
state. Andy's chances, while not partie.
ularly favorable, aruj rully at good at
thota of tho intended Republican candl
w..,iiuraca -may tiara, 'anu -i.. ....
opposUon Andy would beat him, Several
JkUddM Tonnsaauo papers bavo already
uolsloa mi name.
Tiim folownj; special diipatch from
Washington to tbo bt. Louis Olobe' it of
peculiar interest at this tlmo
Senator ilorton, now at tlio national
capital, is ongaged, as chairman of tho
couirnitloo on prlvIJegos and oectlons, in
gathering materials lor an eluborate ro
port on tbo proposition pending before
tbe senate, and reforred to the committee
ol which Gov. Jlorton is chairman, by
which tho president would bo elected ill
roct by the popular voto ami its Incum
bent be. limited to one torm. Gov. Morton
it tbe authorof tbe rlrst proposition, und
strongly sustains both. As it is
well understood bo is one of tbu
closest and most Intimate
political and personal friends of I'rosidont
Grant, the hearty support begivosto thie
proposed limitation oi'the eiocutivo ofllre,
i regarded by friends of tbo administra
tlon as n sutllcient reply to tbo third term
talk now used for tbo basis of tbo now O
sariar; mania- Uesidos, tbero is tho bost
authority for stating that the presidont
hlmieir is hoartlly in favor of limiting tbo
iecutivetoone term, and making that
Mi jears, Thero ft every reason to bo
liee that tbe amendment which will
doubtless be reported from Gov. Morton's
committee will receive ' tbo unqualified
support or the presidont, and bo submitted
to tie status by a voto almoit unanimous.
tensions of a further Increate of tbe dread
JInae.
Lerov llawklni and an uncle of hit ara
protpectlng for leader any othar mineral
to be found,'oh tba place 'of Alvlt Dor-
tUt, in Hoinertot precinct, Jbii county.
They ttarted to dig three hundred; Teet
deop, or Und something. Tbelr shaft it
now about one hundred leel in uepiu, aim
we understand they are greatly et.cour- NATIONAL
B(J0d by tbelr proipects. Harrlsburg OI I V NATIONAL
Heglster.
Henderson, Kentucky, snrnoinno
voted to Invest $100,OW to build water
works In that city. Tho committee Hp-
pointed in report a plan for tbe water j
works, have vltlttd Natlivllle, Howling
Green, and otbor places, and it It under-
ttood tbo plan of tbe Howling ureon
atcr workl wilt bo adopted at Homier-
... .. . . .. llu.l.tn.li t.l At.
ton, wouia ii not pay i '""
lablisli water workt'-l'aducah Kenluck-
ian.
When tho Ohio rivor gott on tbo ram
panP, I'udurah will bavo all tbe water
works she will care about.
Watermolons have made their ap
pearance in Mt. Carmul and tho doctors
aro preparing for tbo cholera. Ml. Car
mul Is dWtresilngly heullby. No cholera,
no nwaalet. no over, no chills, no small
pox, no billious complaints; yet, while In
providenoo of nHturo, wo are thin blessod,
there is a little too much tattling and
landor, for either is Infinitely worse than
tbu cholera, small-pox or cpizooty. V
commend all such, of both tenders, t tbe
morclful cure of our pytiriant, for tbe
1 only know what will bo their por- j
tion in the future. .Mt. Uarmel Uuui
ocr.t.
Homo Advertisements. I Homo Advertiseinonts.
Out. Usxiaaaa,
fiuL (1. Buaim.
H. f. lULLIIitt,
1. M. Pautirt.
Deposit ot sutF AssiatttitlteealTiwllrttsn
Test CtMtu t'pwarSU.
f NTKKKtJT puJ on ilposlt at tbe rata ot tit
a liar cent, ptnwuuu , u.nu.
lit. iDterait nut wlibatawn li addtil iwins-
dlatelv to the vrmciti oi inauApuiiM, incribT
aiVlUK IDIUJ CUUJtUUHU IUHIV.il
UARHiai) WOMBK AMD CUlLUfetlM MAT
UBfOill UOMBT
ta tMit Mn uai kUi oa aaaw IT.
Upm ntf buslni JJ from a.m. U S t.m
m Namrdar i" .a lur BAVINU IlKHOtll'U
John i. Herman. Chaa. Thnipn
JOHN Q. HAHMAN A CO.,
BKAL estate agents
coi.lkotoiw
Atrn
CONVKYANOKKS
Norm Onr. olillia Mt. and Ohio Iei
Cairo, Illinois.
Oder lor tnle at low Unities ud iv tenu
uiu iuuutv iiik (cui eiutte :
Mn I lnLl.i..i.lMI.... .......... n. ,.
and Locust street. liliTaudiW.b 1. third ui.
f.ota above grade, b Iota In b 4, In what It
Known at ma "iiiugo hiock;" uiose lota run
uirougu tue uiock irom Miieentli to filx
teentu sireeta, ami lue.bexl rtnldence
erty in tnu
Improved.
So 3 1.
erty In tbe city adjoining property b
prop-
ilghly
-LoLiS und 4. b IS, city, Washington
, between Thirteenth and Kourtevulb
Uoou two-story blllhlliiK
U, adlolntiiK
ia, city,
onl., rrum s la o cluck
W. HTHLoP.Trmurir.
THE CITY NATIONAL
i a mo,
OAl'lTAIi,
ILLINOIS
Biin.uou
UAlIiUOAD UATKS.
VUB KA1LKOAD OOMMISdIOMiKb
ENUAUE1) ON A COAL AHU
STOCK TAKIKK YOU ALL THK
KOA1XS IN TUB STATK-CHAU-OU.S
OF KXTOKTION AGAINST
TUB ILLINOIS CBN'IKAL ItOAD.
Thk J'eoria 'Democrat' is in favor Of
Anti-Monopoly at tho narao of tho new
pohcical party which Brentt foretbadow
ill toon be formed In this country.
Tbe Cniutjo Timet leant to the "Kcon
mist" party; the reformers of Cincinnati
call themtelvet tbe"lVoplct party," and
Democratic Uopublicans.hat boen tuggoit
d. All theio names are good, and none
of tbem, porhspt, objectionable, or obnox
ious to the people, except the last, wbuh
the masses will not aceept. The KepuU
lican and tho Democratic parlies are uliko
In bad odor with tbo people. The faults
aud mltuket ot tbe one are more than
overbalanced by tbe .vice. Rd corrup
tions ot tl,a other, and neither singly ,)r
conjoined will tbelr name, ever be mad..
tbe rallying cry ,,t tho nti-
monopoly, antl.corruption.antl.contrallKa.
tlon party of llju pooplB
name vrhlcb tho now prty lkke,
must be coraprebeniive and liberal
anesuiingi it must embody the political
aim aid principles of those who bear it
It is early yet to dlftuss the chrittuilnij'
bat perhaps riot too early, coiitiderliiK
that there is only lets in tbo name than
in the principles of the ch.o In (jufttion.
N K laimuiulooi) SEWS .
special Di-iatch to the ChlcugoTrlluiiie.'
SriuxanaLli, llls.,August 1. The rail
road and warehouse commissioners ad
journed to-day until next Tuesday. For
tbu last lew days they have beu engaged
upon a coal and stock tarill, which is in
tended to apply to all railroads iu tbe
stato.
Tho most sorious complaints on account
of railroad extortion come from men who
ship either cattle or coal, and especially
the latter, many of whom complain loudly
and vehemently of tbo conduct of tbo Illi
nois Central railroad.
To-day tbu commissioners sent out cita
tions to tbe following prominent and
heavy stock shippers, and invited them to
meet hero to ltd vise with tho commission-
era, noxt Tuesday: .lohnT. Alexander of
Morgan county; Charles haston or Cham
paign county; Joel Dally of San
gamon county. Tboy have also invited
tho won. Joseph Hart ot Lasallo county,
chnirman of tho bouse committee of thir
teen, to whom was submitted the various
railroad bills of tbe hotito and senate, near
the close of tho session, to roconcilo tbe
conflicting viows of ambitious railroad
legislators, and from which committee tbe
irmnnt li.w n(nftni.tn.t. llln .till linn
L l..lm U l.W -f 3-i-. -
tue committee, and chairman ol the con
ference committee on tho law.
Hubert Dawson, of Klllngham, called at
tin. oii.Vt. r i lie cumiuiaaloners this after
noon, and preferred serious chartro against
tbo Illinois Central railroad, lieforo the
new tariff was adoptod on that road, he
was in tbo habit of parinr, as per old
charges, $10 a car load for lumber from
Chicago. At tbo fame time, howeror, the
comnitnvcarried Jumborthroui'hKfilni'ham
to St. Louis iiSmllos further, for $3C per
car. lie rocently bad to pay Jl(ia Oil mote
on ninoteon car loads of lumber, than he
would bavo paid under the old taritl'. and
tbo cars contained 10 per cent, less of lunr
ber. Tbo old tarill was considered very
Inch, and ospecially when comparod with
the lean rato to St. Louis; and what is
truo of lumber, he says, is true of all kinds
of merchandise, the rates being advanced
rrom to uu por cent.
mucus:
W. f. lUt.LllliY. 1'fMl.ULli
HtCNHY I.. UA1.1.1UAY, Vlc.-I'lulJrD.
A. U.HAKKOHIi, Ckabler;
wal.l k.lt IIYrtl,(llJ, Anliitu lU.hlrr
IIIKSltOkll
Hrssrs Taiuia. Rosiit U. Ouiioi.
Uaaat t.. Uiu.Ur, W. V. Uilliuh,
Uio. 1). WitiuaJ, BriraiN Hiak
A. H.Huruaii,
Oua Home Advertisers.
"lOMMIItMIVN MiBCIeUllTSi.
HALLWAY BROTHERS
GEN Ell A L AGENTS
ST. CHARLES HOTE
tw m ersr w m v w
lOHVVAKDlJNa anu (JUMMItirtlON
Estbiuit, Colli mm Hailed fllalee
Huuds stotsailat ma Muia.
liKPOUI'tH rul?J, anil
IjUHioevi ilom.
a sjmiral ImukUi
FIRST
NATIONAL
or IIAIHW.
BANK
It. V. MH.LSH. President.
.1. M. 1'ini.i.li a. Vico-riesldent.
ClUS. CUNNIMIHAM, Canbler.
OULLKOTIONS FBOMFl'LY MADK.
EXUIIANdK, coin, bonk Dotal aed WaiU)J
HlatM HeeurlllM IxiUBht and sold,
lilrMl Allowed on Time stoalla.
COMMIKNIUN
ANDroRWABDIKQ
JOHN H. FULLLS k SON,
(Huqoiiioti to John 11. I'lillln.)
GENEUAls COMMISSION
avenue,
itreetc. vf eit tide,
ou each lot
NoU AIo. Vacant Iota 0 and
tbe above. Lot 14, Ii
ou Hiltl! etreet. 1.011 til side.
between Commercial and WanbiiiKton ave
nues, will be sold In tracts to suit purcha'er,
very low anu ooeaty lermn.
No 4 Lots 7 and a, u lis. corner ot Four-
teentu and rot) or strceli. front on 1'otiiai
street, west siue, oppomie pom-omea uiuca
i mi o soieoum uusinen uuiiuiuv. rcn
deuce Iu necolid story, U rooui, ball and
Montana rear stairway, water ou ooiu noon,
in number one condition: situated ou uultb
went corner ol Commercial avenue and
Twellth street. A greul barualu 11 old
toon.
No o LOU 4, 7 and V, 1) '11. city, ou
Couituerclul avenue, beweeu r'ouith aud
Fifth streets, Lots 20 and 21, b '13, city, ou
Wasblnutou aveuue. between r-'lltli and
Sixth streets. Terms easy, price low.
No 7 Lot 14, lu b IS, ou Mneteeutb
itreet. Iietwetn Commercial aeuue aud
t'opiar sireei a great iiarguiu. s.012.1, u im
litad., ou Watblugtuu aveuue.
Mo - l wo very ues rauie uusiuea uuure
and to loU, ou Sixth street between Com
mercial and Washington aeuucs, win ne
old at terms to pay purubarr rental of 'li
per cent on luvesuueui.
No U-SIx lots in Ii 20, lnt ad. High
ground. 4'JoOeacU on easy pameuUi.
No 10 Lots 1 and'.', lu I) (1 north corner ol
Tenth aud l.eee street.-. Ileot bunlnes Ux a
tlon in the city term easy, txjts'il, 22 and
i lu I) 111, lit ud., south corner ol Twentieth
aud 1'opUr strevta. AIm) three lota 111 com t
bouse block, (routing 011 Foplar street.
No II A splendid two-story residence ou
north-east corner of Walnut aud Nlutb
streets, with two kits very desirable prop
erty. No 12 Lotn IS and ID. b 7! Milltli side ol
Twenty.llrst Mreet, opposite "Convent
block" ery desirable lor residence pur
poses, cheap.
No 13 A well improved lanu of 21U acres
00 acres under cultivation: bouit-saud barn
good orchard, beariug trees; running water
through faliu sdjole oterllow. due quarter
mile from station Slid 1 enot 01 Cairo & HI.
I.011U railroad. Will be sold 011 uny terms
torfl'Jj per acre.
No U Ten ol the i holccut lotn, In block
f,7. lstadi lllon. above uraile. beautlliil re I
Uence location, win ue som ui a great nar
gum. We call particular attention to thli
pioperlv us It will be sold jscry low.
A rIflK CIIAKCa fUll SnYKBT.MZNT.
In addition to the foreKolutr we oiler for
sale, or lease, a larire number of vacant lots.
in iitnerent parti 01 tue city, embracing
1 ntlaiuesa auu resuieucc piopeny.
Ill unimproved lands, we have for sale
over 23.000 ucres In Alexander and I'lllaxW
counties, at prices ranging from ti to !.
per acre, anu are prepared 10 oner luuuce;
rueuis 10 purcnasers mai cauuoi ue njuaueu
lu Colorado. Texas or any uther place or by
"any other man." A large amouutol laiidsol
me very bent quality, in Alexander auu l'u,
iuskl counties, belungiug to the Illinois Cull'
MRU II II A fSTN.
DEALERS IN FIOURj
sad iKn '
ouin aivaa ahii airiAWUa
a A LT UO M P A. 'N X hit! .
I.AWYF.tit,
SAMUKL V. WHKKIsKK,
ATTORNEY & COUNSBLOtt AT LAW
OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
Olllce over Firnt National bank. :i-lMin
WILLIAM .1. AI.LKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
willccnver First National bank. ll-ld-L'in
FOMWAHDINO MKKOHANTS
Ann
DKALKIIS IN If AY, (JOHN, OATS,
1 Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Coa. TKNTU-HT. ahii OHIO I.KVH
OAINO. ILLS.
70 Ob 10 Lkvrb,
CAtao, iLi.iMOta.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Tbe fllnt Charles Is writ aud widely known as the leading and
LARGEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
Awl lu h1 I the atuiolntmenti of n llrit-rUM hoxuv, Uas no rouipciinr in tuitn. MUil
e-ii.r In tliu kt'itt iiIIIuLIh llf ( 'tllrMafO.
UC nHllIb VHrtlirilP till Its, lis sun sums own" . w . ' '--
four-torlei in height, exclusive of basement and attic, has a frontage of 110 feet o
Ohio river, 1 leet 011 becond street aud a wing tor culinary purposes; is 111 tuoroiiKU
..111 ..i,,iifn,i'il.iv 'iiTiiiiuiwiilxli. "(si irui'stk. Is now doliiL' a line navlmr business.
uiu, 1... .iM.iv ,,iir. um.i tiiiriitir 1111 nri'.i'L irir ,,v nip iiv raiiiuiius linn uei ml nun
Cairo, aim whose depots will be lu clone pioxitnlty to tbe home.
..... ..Hi r. ..i.l.f.V iW . ,,.. I lllr.l lil.Pa.l '1,11 lll.li.n.lllHlll .11 I IH IIIIHIItM
eluding liirulture and good will, oil Very reasonable ten
melils. Auures--
JEWETT
Or 0. W. COOIIKAN,
41 I'erdldohtreet, New Orlenui.
Liun UHl ICI. llll HI
rPTTT? VTr.'Nr'NrA PsPftSTTTfiTI
JITAUMHUKU US'
J. (). MATH K WHOM,
COMM 1SSION MERCHANT
And Ageut for
ILrf Kll A!l Dlll'ONT fuWUKB Co ,
T-H-Uiit
AUGUSTA, OA.
K. CJ. PAOU&CO.,
r O M W A M II I M II
A N II-
COMMISSION MERCHANTS-
J. BURGER,
Ot t'jlro, lu the lead, and In
nowoBers bis entile stock of
............ .....1 .. ,. I... , .....I..U I a
SUMMER GOODS AT COST
GRENADINES,
111- stuck consists to part of
LAWNS,
LINENS,
PICQCE3,
ETC.,
C.I). MATHCSS.. 0 CUL
MATHUaS & UHL
AHII IIKlfKHAl.
Commissi on Mrro h ants
IIKAI.KHH I.N
IAY AND WKSTKKN PKODIIUK
OHIO 1.HVCC.
UHKKN ii 01LHKHT,
ATTOHNKYh
,111 II. drum, t
m II (lllbcrt, y
K. (lllbert. J
AT LAW,
OA1IUI, II.I.I.NlllH.
OOUNBKLOKH
William ll.drvrn,
Willmm
MiIki
avarH,9uii 1 attaalion lro to AdmlraltT lOil
Slsntniioit buslni'xi
iissioi-oiiioLKVa,uooua 7 awu Hovau
(JITt MATIOMAL ItAMK.
0. (,'I.OHK,
(iKNKHAl. COMMISSION MKKCHANT
And dealer In
LlMK,-ClMINT, l'l.AHTKH, HaIH, KTC.
No llltlo !.
J3TI will sell lu car load lota at
tlllciV pi Ices, adding freight.
liianillac
4-2-tl
JI11.I.1HBS1V.
lolili II. MlllUey.
MIJLKKY
ATTORNEYS
WilUm C. Mlilkcr.
& SON.
AT LAW
OATIIEKKD PKOMOUlt LATK KX-CUANGES.
In Paducab it cotUt"00 ;to slander a
neighbor' character,.
Tbo Paducab tKentucklan' sayt u re
porter of- that paper rocently went to tbo
eiurt-houte to get the details of a slander
lit, but found thotn to be too dltguiting
tar puUlcatlon,
Cholera has boen raging In l'rlnceton,
Kentucky. 'or a time it was confined to
tke negro population, but on last Tburt
tlaj.tbere vera eleyeu lues and several
daatbs anoBg tba wbitet, and tbe itate of
UaWsiiaar.wea such a toorsau appre-
OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
Office, rear rooms over ll:itiuon' book
stoic,
NO. l'Jl COMMKKOIAL AV IN U It,
Ui tvseen Keveiilh uud Klf,'hth slreels.
f-U It.
t.i)niii:K.
WHITK COLLAR I'LANINU MILL
H WAI.Ti:UN, asruprlelor,
ussLsala
HARDanj) SOFT LUMBER
AMU
LATH, HllINOLKa, CKOAK FOHTtJ
U00K3, HAH11, 1JLINUH
OKUEKH bOLICITKD.
Steamboat L u m b r ii,
Kurnlsliml on aburtait boIioi.
Commercial avonuo, between Tenth aid
Kleveutb streets
CA-iixo: LiXiXisroia.
Mi
M H8. MoOKK,
Ud KlKblbtUnet, liwenCoiiiKifr:lliD,l Wisti
iiKtuu Atiuuus, la Usilr riCRlilaf
NKW MILLINKIIY OOOD.S
nr rui
LATRST HFHINO AMD KUUVIKH HTVI.aS.
Ilrsiasl a lull boa f
B03STISr3JlTS Ac HATS
ITruniue.l sud unlruutusJ.I
KklC.NdU KLOWKKH, KIBHUNri, T8IMMINIIM
of ill kloJs, I,mh, nia., eto.
Mrs. Media lias si so lartt aasorlmial (
Kmoy Aillulis, iuub in
NKOIt Tli'M, OMI.LAHH, UNIIRKHt.KKVKtt,
KUKKb, HAH11KS, KANB,
And ill other articles usually found la a
FIKHT-OLASS M1LLINKKY STOKK
Mrs. McOee, In addition to tier stock ol
Kaucy aud Millinery Goods, has a tine and
Complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
made Ladles' aud Misses' Shoes and Chil
dren' Hoots, niaek and in Colors. These
urcacknuwlethied to be the lluest aud best
ever In the market, and this Is tbe only
house tlio cltv tlist makes them a specialty
NKW YOUK STOUK,
WHOLKSALK AND RETAIL.
LAKOIIT VAB1ITT STOOaX IN Tin OITI
OOOUa HOLD VKKY OLOHK.
tluraierer Rlsteleestiit slrMtaad ikssss
luereisU Aisasi,
OAIUO, ILLlNOlb.
C O. fATlCIt
lrUl llallri.a.l drimiiunv ti.r flit. Hltf llf Wlil
nn i iue ageuis, will be sold very low and
011 such easy terms that a person ol Industri
ous habits, with a very small sum or ready
money, can In a fuw ycurs become tbe
owner of a productive lanu. We hsrve
plat uud dccrIptlou of all lands offered
lor sale aud will lake pleasure In showing
purchasers the property. Titles to all lauds
sold by us sruaranteed, and shown Irom tbe
patentee when required by abstracts. Alx
lily to JOHN HAHMAN A CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Levee sts.,Calru, llln.
.In lie 7, lttTX
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTB
AUOTIONKEBa,
74 (Bconn vloor) onio uvu,
OA I BO, ILIJ5,.
Hny and Bill Rial Khtati,
PAY TAXES,
KUKNIHU ABSTKACTS OK T1TLB
Ami titiMrajDnaviiaaoai of KI01I1!
PUTBIVIANR.
J. W. BIUOMAN.
I'liyslclan, surneou aud accoucher. Olllce,
sweiuu sneei, oeivreeu tvaiuuiauil t.euar
streets. 7.17 u
A. J. KOK, M. 1).,
oaico over Thorns Si llro.'s aroeery store
o. 1!M Commercial aveuue, corner Eighth
sbicui. ibcnjueuee corner vvaiuut uuu
1 vveiity.urst streets.
DR. B. 0. TAUKIv,
Will resume the practice ot his professlou
wltb especial reference to the electrics
ueauueui 01 uiseaset la all tbe new and lui
proved methods of appllcatlou.
in an cases or female complaints a ad?
Iscs let allati.L.,..
vv 4 j t ww a as bi aau BVliuc
Olllce, I'M Commercial avenut, up stairs.
H. S. MUUIlAM.M.lx'
uouiu'painiii pnysiiau aud Mirirsou.
Uee I JO Louiuerc.ini avenue. Itei-Ueu
corner 01 bieveiuu uud Cedar streets
7-Ki 'Jiu
or
H. WAKDNEK, M. D.
OUlce und Uctitilencc 111 Commercial ave
uue, (neat door to the Alheueiiui),
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
u '
aav.
tComniirclaBviuui, up stairs.
LKaitiKNUr-o. U Tbirtiiaih slrt. b.
ly Iwien WwbiDMloaaviuuianil WiluutiUnt.
witJue i.u
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
D KHIUKNOIt-oorosrHlntti an J Walnut sU.
LVCMbee-ooruir Hlith itrMl iaJ Ohio !!
Offlof hours from t a.m. lo 11 m., snj s p.iu
DK.gTk. J)OUOLAS
A coustant supply ol puro Nliiuii, tlxlde
Gas, fur the paiuless extraction of teeth, at
the Dental Itooms of Or. UoiikIh, tiiccenr
to Dr. A, M. Austin, Khfbth street, n-iti
WIW KM AKBUUOUIU,
R. SMYTH 4 C0"
1 1 eet weeae (
WIIOLKBALB UKOUKHS,
i
onto Livn
UAI at ol. ll.a.la1Ui.
Alto, keip eeatlaotlr od bana s moil ora
plela sleek ur
IiIOlTTOKB.
tOOTOB AttD ISUSU WUISKIU
-O I K H,-
Yott, Maderia,Hherryni Catawba WlnM
H, Smith St Co, are also Hjfeute tor ripen
oer, McKay Co.'s I'lttiburK sli.ol v,bli'b
large stock It kept constantly Uu baud at
Uielrwholeiale store,
HAY,
(JOHN,
OATH,
MEAL,
FLOUK ANU CtlllNTKY I'ltODUOK
8-iatf
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
MILLER & I'AKKHtt,
GENERAL COMMISSION
KOKWAKUINU MKKOIIA NTH,
ISO
DEALERS IN b'LOUK, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AUKNTB ob PAIUBANK'H HCA LKH
Ohio Levee, CAIKO. 1IXINUIH.
H. D. A vans.
K..I.
Arts
A VERS A CO.,
FLOUR
-ANU
GKNEIiAli COMMISSION MKKOHANTS
No. 78 Ohm Lbvks, (Uian. It.i.a.
l-7tl,
.1. M. IMIILLira,
Forwarding and COinuiiBBion
MERCHANT,
WllAKK-UOAT r-KOl'KIKTOK.
prepim I in lorward all kind- of frelghte
to all poluis.
sruualsiss atuudsil to pruuiUlr.
MARSAILLES,
ORGANDIES,
SUITINGS,
Uc v.111 alio sell all other froods In proportion a'.
Vrlt.. ru.!!..... Plllll' .i.Hi'lf UN I.YAIUllI llinil OI Ills .lUCk. Itfellll HMUrri lllll 11Q
u lie loinui in inn 'ii
m. 1 s s 11 11 1 inr iK-i- -a se- 1 i 11 1 1 1
- n m mm m u mm m
AT COST.
-
ON AND AFTER
I will sell my entire stock of
maww m vni mm-w n w ara rsra esea
-mM si w m aa'tiai Jrm. jm.
AT ACTUAL COST
At 1 am determined to close out my present business as soon asposiible.
N. H. TO AVOID ALL MISTAKES HEREAFTER, THIS
WILL BE SOLD STRICTLY FOR CASH.
R II fllTNTCINfJH
it . . r .. - -j ms 4k-l SVI mm. 1
DISINFECTANTS :
COPPERAS
UKOMO Cil LORAL
0 A R 13 O L A T E O V L 1 M E ,
V K R M A N G A N A T E O F P O T
CARBOLIC ACID P 0 W D E R ,
I'E T E R 0 II II L,
FLOUR MERCHANT
ANI
oMrn.XiETta' A.BJIs,x,,
Nil. SMI OHIO IXml,
n.'JOtf. OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD HITTKNHOUHK & HUO
C II L O R I D E OF LI M E ,
P 0 VV D E R E D 0 II A R 0 0
3J'OR SALE .A.1' LOW IPlXGIHJa
XT
i j is. iJ r a -cr -i -. i . , ... ..
DRUGGISTS,
CORNER WASHINGTON' AVI'.VIII.' avii i um.i .,..,.,
A Nil
'I tf
7-1 OHIO LJVEE
WAU. MAN Ii FACTOR V
FLOUR
General Uoni minion Mere tan
181 OHIO WVM
For Sulu ut WLolosalo or Retail.
COHNIll :12U BTHICX AND OU10 I,Vt
Cairo, Illinois.
J. r. 'UAMNLK
llUOIIJtltJS.
II. A. I bOUls jlt
Sllccesnini to II. M.llnUn
COMMISSION MKHUHANTS, BR
ANU PK4I.IHH IN
Uiln stud iMMi jr Urtscerl
'orelKn and DoiueiUo
134 t'oimuendal Avenue,
avxaanu, . . ir.n

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