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OFFICE, 231JIiXiEia,IXr BXriXiPIlTGh, OOB. 12TH A.3TXD WA8HIITGTOIT -AVIHllSTTrH
.JOHN H. OBERLY, EDITOR;
T H E B U IL ET J N.
Itrmllnic nintter nil nxrry iu(c.
IIKISTIAN CllUltCIl Klalitrctitli Mreit
between Washington nti J walnut.
-Meeting ftcry fjund:t sit 10$ h, hi,, and S
'uinUy school si .'S p. tit.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening.
Pn ncliliii,', Habbath at 101 a.m. and 71 p.m
rraycr mem 'g, Wednesday an t. ui.
sjihnath School, .1 p.m. .I. M. Lamiden, Su
perintendent. Hkv. II. Tiiaykii, Pastor
Mh7nioni.ST.-Cor. JClgbth and Walnut HU.
Preaching, Habbath at 10) a.m., and 7 i. ui
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 74 p.m.
Habbath School, :i. p.m. if. W. Htlllwcll,
Hnperintendent. llV. K. L. Tiiomibon,
( HtJllCII OK TUK UKOKKMKH-IKplsco-
Morning prayers. Sabbath 101 a.m.
rvvining prayer. , p.m.
Habbath School, 9 a.m.
Hkv. K. CoaM, Hector.
T. I'ATItffH'S CHUHCU-Nlntb at. and
Public, avrvicc, Sabbath 8:10 and 10) a.m.
tryMtf, 7 p.m.
abhath school. 2 p.m.
cnlce every day, 8 a.m.
Kiev. I'. J. 0'lUi.LOKiW, Priest.
T .lOSKPll'H CHUltCll.-(iinu.in,j cor-
u r of Walnut and Cross atreota.
Man, overy Sabbath at )u u'clotk a. In.
Vespers, 'i p. lu.
luis during week iU)k, H o'clock a. m.
HKV C. llOIFMiN, l'ribrt.
atteet between Washington Avenue and
Preaching huuday morning at 10 o'clock.
Hihbath School at It o'clock p.m.
KKV. C. HUKlisCllNKit, Pastor,
rOl'NO MKN'8 CllltlSTlAN ASSOCIA
TION. lteipilar meeting second .Monday
each month at their room over Hockwell
A Co' bookatore, Commercial avenue.
Weekl) l'ra)er meeting, Friday, 7 p.m. at
I.. W. Sth.I.wki.1., Preiident.
fKCO.NU .MISSIONARY HAPTlaT
I'HI'HUL Cornel Syeiunore and Kort-
111 rt etrtcta. I'nachlng Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. ui. and .1 o'clock p, m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
The church I connected with the llllnoli
Aaaoclation, b) the I'lial .Ml-alotur) II ip-
tlil Church ol (.aim.
Hkv. Solomon Lkonauii, Paator.
AKH1CAN MKTIIOIIST.-Koorueuth, be
iwecu Walnut and Cedar.
denrlcea, Sabbath. II a.m.
.-'a'bath School, 1J p.m.
cia'M mi'eu ai j p.m.
biXOND KltKK WILL HAI'TIST K-
lueuth Street., between Walnut aud CcJar.
Servlcea abbatli, 1) and 3 p. in.
Hkv. N. Hicka. faster.
r'MKK WILL HAPTIST IIO.VK MISSION
SAHHATII SCHOOL. Corner S alnut
nd Cedar Street.
Sabbath .School. U a.m.
rTlLVP KHKH WII.I. HAI'TIST CIlL'i'.Cll
rtnicf. sabtialli n a.m., a p.m. .v.jp. m.
JUV. W.M. KKU.ICY, 1'aator.
r 1KST MISSIONAUY HAI'TIST CUUKCII.
Cedar, between Mnth and Tenth Sta.
I'reaeLliiK Sabbath, ID) a.m. and 7) p.m.
Ira)er ueetlnir, Wednesday eteiiuu;.
l'reachlni(, Friday evening-
uabbath school, 1) p.m. John anUaater
iud Mary ;Jtephfu.. superintendent.
Ittv. T. J, Siiohh, Vitun.
SLCO.Nl HAI'TIST CllUHCllrKourteenth
'treet, between Cedarund Walnut. I he
only HaptM church rrco(fnUed by tho Ai-
abbatli, U a.m. 3 p,m, and 7 p.m.
Ikv. Jacon HltanLC v, Kbler.
TUK MASONS. . . ,
.A1HO COMMANUKH1 . -no.
Atwmbly at tne Afjium j
aud third Monday In each moiitli.
.'AUIO COUNCll, No.'J.-lte,culir Conyo
ration at Maaonlc Hall, the -econd 1 rlday
tn xhrli month.
.'A1IIO C11APTKK 0-11'V,-,""'" .Mi
location at jiaaoinc ni v.. ...v -
llieaday ot every month,
A1KO i:olUK, So. 'Si', r. A A- M.-KKU-ur
C'ommunlcntlona at Masonic Hau, the
second and fourth Monduvn of each mouth.
..l.HY.SOKU I.OUOK, tfil-Meeta In Odd-
KeUona' HU, In Arter'a bulldltii;. sn)
Thurtday evening ut S o'clock.
Oovi mor-John L. Hevcrldgc.
Secretary of Stato-Ocorge II. llailov..
Auditor if SUte-C. K. I.lppincott.
Utate Treaaurer-O'per Huw.
Attorney General .lames Iv. KdfU.
riuit. l'ubllc Ini,trucUon-Ntwton lUteman
Senatora-Hlchard .1. Ogle-by and John A.
,U&"n)mUtlve Klghtcenth Distrlct-l-ace
MKMHKIW OK.N'KHAl. ASShMlIM .
i(,.t,T..i.iititica In tho With dlUlct.r
lohn ll. Obcrly, Wm. A. I.emum ami .Main-
:r,":;i.. mil .lunirt..
" COUNTY OKK1CK1I
JiidL'0-1). J. ker 'f Alexander.
& Att..rney-1'atrick II. Pope.
Sheriff A. H. lnlu.
Wm Martlu-Assesiior nnd Treaiurer.
ftSTft McCrlte and 8. MarchU-
"ci'erk-Jucob 0. Lynch.
Coroner John U. Ooasman.
Mayor 'oln Wood.
Treaaurer-H. A . Cimn iigham.
Attorney". Vlo ciiw.
PoUce Magl"tr.itea-1 Hro- and
It'". . . .. . .i.irr ll..ll..uU'ti, 1,.lll,v
Alarsuaiauu wci ui . V.V
iuiau , .. ,,,,,.
lleallii iJiiu-ci v . i "'"
u.u.i.nra Police Force A. Cain i.avgent,
i"i.ii,.,.mii. l'hllllii Helm, Chaa. Milliner
nninn nv IIDKIIMKM
ward-Ulram Huhy ami
i 1111.-. a
""'. i n..n Mncraiind Wood
I" .e U""'L'. . ...... u..i.vv., ....I V. Ifora.
liuni waru """ """
i. ih ivur.l i;. r. oenn "
Flllh wa'rd-Jno. U. Kohiuson and Win
CAIRO CITY CUAL
. praparsil to aopplr ciwwmai
w r' r- nili.Ut of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS5
OO A T i.
OUDKKH loll at Halllday Hros. olllco, e
Cbirlon ltel, VlU rucelve prompt atten
?y.y .Ph Tno ''MoH-rAUK" wlU bring ooal
......a sat thai IVtu V Urll IID1U TT MID
Reported Expressly for tlie Bulletin
tiik ijktkhminki) stkah.'iit
oi't dkmockats ok
what tiik c'onvkntion to
day phomisks to j5k.
THH OhI WlfKHIi-IJOHSMS
NO I'ltOHl'KCT OP AN K.NDOI'.riK
.M KNT OK TIIK I'KOl'l.l'.'.S
MKKTJNO OK TIIK OAIIINKT
TUK OHIO liKMOOHAlr.
CuM'.Mtit's, August !i. IpJicaliotis are
that the straight out Doraccratlr; conveii
tlon to-runrrow will l.o wry largo. Thoro
ha been no convontiou le.'e for years that
hoa o many De!i'-,crillic wheol-horse!,
as tho one now hi-. Karly m the day
there uilglit haw l'en a few who hoped
for aid and c""fort for tlio nominees of
the Peol'i convention held lat
week, bit n talk with t o delegates put
tins hope iHit of the question. There is a
mo-t penitent determination to ignore
nnd do nl' potsiblo to wlpx out all con
nette. with tho cons ention of lait week.
Vi. Allen of Koss, Ixiuis CampUll of
Mjntgornflry,..lohn ilfSwcney of AVoos
rer and S. K. Corey of Hamilton, have
been talked of for governor, but
all are out of tho way except Allen, and
ho will bo nominated to head the ticket
to-morrow by acclamation. Tho party
leaders have aisurances Allen will accopt
if tho nomination is unanimous. There is
ll'.tlo litlt. ot candidate for smaller nilicc",
hut If they will accept its piito probable
that either McSweeney or Car.-y will be
n (ruinated lor lieutenant governor
TIIK ( AIII.VKT .8sa0?.
"Waiiiimito.s, August 5. Tho cabinet
Session to-day was not Important beyond
tlm transaction of routine tulne.. Much
of the session, which held about two hours
wa employed in social conversation.
Wasihnotov, Augut.t 5. Tho presi
dent returned early this murning, aud
will remain until to-morrow night. Sena
tor Morton was an early visitor and re
mainod In consultation with the president
for somo time. Several other gentlemen
had interview with tho president, includ-
tig (ior. Cooke, arid (ien. Cowan, assis
tant aerrotary of interior. Tho usual
cabinet meeting was held at noon .Mnsrs.
Rabon and Klrlmrd'on were tho only
IIIIC VICE I'l'.KalllKNT
HosToN, August r. Vice Proaidetit
Wilson was in town to-day looking very
vfMl He is imrrovinc ft.
TUX I'ACO'K ItAIl.HOAIl M'AMIAI..
II.is'tos, August (l. Mr. Ileatty,
llgures to-day in connection witli tho Pa
ciflc railroad scandal, in letters over his
signature in tho Ilersld ho ciroumitan.
tiaily and minutoiy relates an arranga-
ment for fecuring $100,000 from Ameri
cans for tho use of the government. Ho
also goes into tho particulars of his inter
views with ministers, and shows thoir
readiness to tuko and make, cume from
where it might, so long as
it would ennblo them to retain
power, llo asks for tW,QQ0 again, and
... . i i i... . .. .
suvfc: "l navo unu aoout iiircu iiinnuis
corrospondonce both by letter und per
sonal iulorviows ol tho II ret importance to
tho government, and all this with thouiti-
mato object of sottling tho Pauillc loan.
Ho gives the following eitrnct from n
letter of olio of tho ministry : "Tho tel
egraph is trying to turn tho couccrn into
a loint toeU company. 1 hopo it will
aiiccoed ; it will bo ontoriug a wedgo, nnd
now capital will consolidate tliu concorn.
llo again ays . "I will subTfdo ;until
action Is dcomed IniliMponsably necossary. '
K LECTION IN 1 UK ClIEKOKEK NATION,
St. Lot' if-, August fi, An election was
held yesterday in thu Cliorokoo nation for
member of tho imtional council, and del
egates to tho grand council at Ockmulgcot
which meets the llrst Monday in Docoin
her unit. Tho intorot in tho election
rests miunly upon issues which have
sprung up in tho nation within tho past
year relating to tho establishment of a ter
ritorial government for tho Indian terri
tory, and the iiUottinonl of land lu sever
alty. Tho progressive party beliovo tlio y
have carried tho election, but owing to tho
remoteness of somo voting precincts and
the absence of telegraph, tho result can- I
not be nscortalucd for some days. I
WaI.WOKTH'S 111 LI. 01" KVOKI'TIONii.
N kw York- August 6. It Is understood
that tho court of oyer and terminor con
voned to-day especially to rooelvo a bill of
oxcoptioni to bo prosontod by Walworth's
counsel, Tho bill will comprlsu every ex
ception taken by hi-i counsel during tlm
trial, nml a now trial is conlldonlially
looked for. This rounsol not being roudy
with the bill, no action wm taken In tho
fiiu.vn nsi.tf r m.vcEitT.
Nr.w Yohk, Atiguit r,.-A grand recep
tion and promonada concert, and ball will
iv (ivdn t tho Ocean homn. Long llrancli,
noxt Saturday evonlnfj, for llio lionollt of
t ho 1'oit land, Oregon tuflnren l'reildunt
(Irant, former reMdent or Portland,
TUK I'OIITt.AMII MTrKIlKOK.
.San Kkantiji.'o, Augmt & Tho mayor
' of Portland hat appointed a roliof coin
mittoo to ralie fundi for tho aid of nutter
I en by tho lata lire. Jt it the duiirn of the
committee to iok relief Rt home, without j
1 eMllin-f on oilier.
I llliKlllt.E KXI'LOKlON
Kl YoriL-, July o. ai t o'clock this
afternoon Long Island City was shaken as
though by an earthquake, by the explosion
of two tank-boats lying opposite Long
Island City oil works, and in less than .1
minutes the (lames communicated to tlio
matorial in tho yards, and .1 blocks wero
tnveloped in flame. Tho intense heat
thrown out by tho highly inlUmmable
material, would not let the llrornon
approach within a block and a half of tho
ccric, while tho thick smoke was Mitfoca-
tiii, at a much foster distance. Capt.
Leyers, of one of the thiik boats, nnd
a number ol others wero killed by the ex-
plosion, nnd a great number of boatmen
near by, were cotnp-jlled to jump into the
river to escape roasting Thu Long Island
City Oil work, Standard Oil work', Low
eii'tein s varni-h factory, and other build
ings wero destroyed. Tho lire Is still burn
ing to-night. Loss not yst known.
A DEATH 'OR A LINO OCCI'l'AI ION .
CINCINNATI, AugUSt ,'. A GllZCttO
special from KorV Vayno suys George
Stnrt:y was killed last night coupling
carj, and Tho in hi Stloher, employed tn
till Starkey'p place, was Ulll wbiUroup
ling cars this morning.
New York, August .I. A tiro in
Sumpter street, Hrooklyn, this morning,
burned Turner hall and adjoining houses.
l.o ino.OOO; partially insured.
Til K gl'KKsV'S A llii:fcS l'KO
I'Oli ri.N'li I'AKLIA.MKNT.
-til K IS THANKFUL KOK TIIK Pltd
VISION MADK KOK TIIK
DI'KK OF EDI N
TIIK QL'CKN S AUDRE-t.
Loniion, August . Parliament was
prorogued to-day. The queen's "peecb
was read by tin- rnyal commissioner, and
i- as follows
"MV I.OItlli AND OKNTLk.MK.N-1 am
now reloaded from tho necessity of calling
upon you for further prosocutlou of your
variou occupations. In bidding you
farewell for rectus, I make it make it my
duty to thank you for the loyal prompti
tude with which you have mado further
provision lor my on, Dnko of
Kdinburg, on tho occasion of his
approaching marrriago. This marriage
will, I trust, form n now tlo of amity be
tween the two etnplros. The best relations
continue to exist between mysulf and
foreign powers. I am able to announce
tho successful termination of the mission
to y.wzlbnr. Treaties have been con
eluded with the Sultan of Muscat
and othor native powers,
which will provide mean for
moro etlectual suppression of
slavery on tho coast of Africa. I have
been enabled to bring to a satisfactory
issue commmercial negotiations with
Franco, in which ray government has
been for somo time ongsged. Under tho
provisions of an instrument signed on tho
:3d of iluly,and awaiting ratification of tho
treaties of IbOO wore again put in forco,
with n comprehnnsivo angagemout con
tracted botween the two countries lor
mutual treatment, aud ou the footing of
tho most favored nation. Tho differential
tax on shipping undor tho liritish Hag is
removed. There is a separate- provision
in tlio treaty for tho adjustment ol'tho ques
tion of duties ou mineral oil, and tho gen
eral roliof nnd extension of Undo, I Imvo
concluded treaties of extradition
with Italy, Denmark, Sweden
and Uracil. Tho ratification
of treaties with th'i two last named pow
ers have not yet been exchanged, but I
anticipate uo difficulty in this final stop.
I kui ongaged in negotiations for u
agreomont of a similar chara-ter with tho
states In Kurope, and boyond. 1 am oc
cupied in giving otl'oct to tho treaty of
Washington, which relates to iiriiish
claims with relation to the United
States and Interest of my possest'ons
In North America, (ientlemon of tho
Iioubo of commons, I am very sensiblo of
tlio liberality with which ymi provided for
various charges of tho states, and likowiso
enabled me promptly to moot all obliga
tions Impossd upon mo by the award of tho
arbitrators at Oenova. During thu past,
I vou. my lords, and gentlemen, 1 have ob
served with satisfaction, tho progroi you
lmvebeuti enabled to make In tho remission
of public burdona by reducing both from
duties and income tax, to points lower
than any at which they previously stood,
Tboestabllihmontof a supremo court ol"
Jurhdtction, by which tho record of house
proceedings has bcon clistingulahed, will
bo found,!" 1 hope, to confer correspond
I,,.. liutietUs on ihu country in
thu more cbeap, certain, nxpeditinus
and etlectual admlaiitratlon uf Justice.
ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY, AUGIST 0, 1873.
Thoacti fur tho amendment of llie ndiKii
tiou act ot' 1870 ami 1872, nnd tho en
dorsed fchool act ol" tSOy will,
J 1 truM, tend to ancolerato
tho nltainniont of solid national
advantagei, thronyli tho oxlemion of
eJucatian in tho iniddlo clauoi of tlio
community. Tho act relating to tlio ret;
ulation of railroads nnd canal promlac. to
conduco to r mora harmonious working of
tho railroad iystoin ol tho country. I
have, with ploasurc, asntcd to tlio art
relating to tnorchant shipping, from which
commission recently appointed lor a dl-
mtnulion of risks to which tho
seafaring population are exposal. Tho
rovenue has up to Ibis timu
fully answered expectations, and although
actively In trade In somo of Its branches
many havo been somewhat restrained by
a variety of causes. The gnnernl condition
of tho people continues to exhibit evi
dences of Improvement. These and nil
mercies of divino providence will, I trust,
Hod suitablo acknowledgement alikn in
our works and hearts.
to nr. r.EHover,
llr.oi.i.v. August ". Captain Wosncr,
who recently seized tho Spanish insurgont
gunboat igilantc, will be removed from
tho command ol the Oiirmnii squadron in
KU-KLUX IN TCNNEttCn.
M eui'iii, August Twonty negroes
charged with Ku-kluxiug W II. Wyalt,
in Madison county, Tennessee, at. roported
in the dispatches, havu beon arreslod by
citlens and carried to Jackson, and all
admitted to bail in 150u each, except Joo
i'icce, Monroe Ktherldge, Nathan Fair
and Charles Moid, who wero committed
without ball. Tho lynching of Wyatl was
a most brutal affair. Tho story of his
having outraged an old negro woman, is
indigmintly dcnlod by the woman horself.
HevroN, August 3. A special from
Montreal, dated August -1, says a rumor
was current on Sunday, and to day, that
Sir John McDonald had attempted suicide.
Tho government .organs deny the story,
but it is certain, however, the
premier has been in a low state
I tLKMIlL CIUV.vl.hV.
Liiti.c Hock, August 5. AI Jou Flulu
Yung, and Lak Zcud Qui Com, two China
men, fonght a Juol in Lincoln county,
Thursday, in which .the latter was killed.
AI .lou Flulu Yungwas arrested, and
Ul5ed In jail r.t Pine Hlull".
KvAiVll.LK, Augusts. Tho Journals
special reports two deaths at Carml, Illi
nois, from cholera, with six new rasut re
ported AT AfKOlii, INIHANA.
Cincinnati, August 5. Six now cases
of iholora reported here to-day. Weather
very cool last night and to-day.
Pinanunn, August 6. Joseph C
Cloud who Is fulUHIng an engagement to
row from Philadelphia to New Orloans,
arrived hero this afternoon, and resumes
his journoy on the Ohio rivor to-morrow t
Wamhsoton, Auguit 0. Probabili
ties For tho Northwest and Upper Lakes
and thence to Southern Indiana and Mis
souri falling barometor, warmer and
cloudy weather, with severe local storms
near tho lakes. Kor Lower Lakos and
thence to Ohio valley generally cloar
weather, northeast winds, followed to
morrow afternoon by cloudy weather
rain and frosh southwesterly winds on
lakos. For New England nnd Middle
states higher temporaturo. gonorally
clear weather and southeast winds. Kor
Tonnosseo and Gulf aad South Atlantic
states Northeast and Southoast winds,
lower tenipornturo and partly cloudy
weather and rains on Lowor coast.
Ulna aud rII ol' the Bis era
For-.M hours ending :i p.m., August n, 187H
Kurt Heiituu. . . .
.letreri-oti City ..
Little llock. ..
Now Orh'aiia .
I'lttaburg, .. .
bt. Jotcph. . . .
ht. Louli . . . .
Ohserer SIkuuI .Service, II. S. A,
Sr. Louib, August ft.-Arrlved, Iron
aides, Cairo 1 City of Helena, Memphis;
J.ako Suporlor, Keokuk; Fannie Lawli,
Missouri river; Grand Towar, MmnphU ;
I ol. Hoy, Keokuk i Maegio 1. Illinois
t v.':r '. K"',0K?i Nov' 'Irlcann. Imparted,
Hell J I.uCrow. ilmi alino. Si Vaul j Mol
lis Khort, Cincinnati ; .lulia, Vlcksburt;;
Lallargo, Missouri rivor j MaRglo 1, Illi
nois river. Kivor falling, clear and cool
LoutsviU.K, Aupuit). Sinco last re
port tlio rivor hat risen 7 inchos and still
watllnr slowly, now S feet incbo In
ennal; (i foot 4 Inches pass in falls. Ar
rived Packets and Charley ilowen and
3 Largos of salt, I'otneroy. Dcpartf d
only locul packet.
i Cinci.v.nati, Augunt & Kivor 11 feet C
J inches and falling. Arrivod Nick Long,
worth, Now Orloatu; C'barmor, Kvanivlllo,
Departed: It 11 Hudson. Wheeling A I
biou and Liberty Ko-I pimcd down with
cargoes of salt. Weather fair and cool,
Vu-Kfiiuno, August 0 Down- Henry
Tile, Mary K Poo. Up: Ulsmarok, Hello
Shroovoporl, City of VicksburK, Heo and
barges. Weather car and warm, ltlver
bituKvjcroUT, Augint 5. Weather clear
anu cool. Kivor fell one inch. Arrived
Ktlby Cllll'ord, Itoyal Oeoago, .legorson.
Departed: J.n Hello, Sow Orieana.
Namivim,e, August r.. Arrivod, Arch
1 Oreen, upper Cumberland,. Departed,
Hurksville. Cairn, x" Inrli... .. .I,,,.!.
Weather, clear and pleasant. k
Kvanhvii.i.k, August iV Clear and
warm, rivor stationary. Up: Idlewild;
Down, Hoso llllo. Ilusiuc.i light.
1'iTTSiiiKci, Augusts. Kivor falling C
fcotH inches in the channel, WVathor
cloar and cod.
sr. I.oiia, Augul 5. Flour dull woak
Wheat Arm but not active; sample lots
sold Noll rod fall $1 -.'OrtM ,v J,'u 2
U 31& 10.
Corn llrm, No i! mixed n7J38c.
Oats dull and weal:, No '1 ibi'.VM cash:
t!0c seller August.
Uarley, No '1 spring North Misouri de
Kye quiet und unchanged.
Pork llrm $10 7fi.
Lard quiet and llrm. country uid butch
ers 7Jc; rttlnod bjc.
Whiskey steady y2c.
Cattlo quiet and unchanged, fnir to
choice native steers $1' r' '0.
MtJirins, August o. Cotton quietj
good ordinary lUJcj low middling ImJc;
shipments SU; oecelpts 212.
Hour llrm. 50 00S.
Corn meal dull and drooping, i- SOrTJ
Coin dull and drooping, Sttfiifio
Oats dull, I0ll3,
Hay dull; timothy $'.'V
Hran llrm, l.r. &0. j
Uacou firm; shoulders HJc; sides 10(j?j
Pork dull and unchanged.
Nkw Oki,kn, Auguat 6. Corn is in
good dotnar.4 and iratur, yto
Sugar, in good demand, with fully fair
selling at !'jr prime, 10: others un
changed. fitorllnc; LMJ, alghS J, lirollllnill gold,
Lotion quiot; nalcs 000; rejteat ycater
ST HA M HO AT BUT OliKlt
SUIT r1nllosiai:ilnuls HuIKIIub.
avUptctal atluutiOB paM tounlera Irein tirmi
boata Dlaht or iUt
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LATKlST .TKINO AND ISUllMliH HTYLIH.
lleaidea a lull hot. ut
TEJOISriTHI'S Ac HATS
ITrimraeit and UDtnmmu.l,
KIlE.NOH n.UWKIW, KIDIIONrt, THIMUIMIU
of all kind. I.aoea, uto.. lo.
Mr a. Mcden haa alao a larg aaaorlmi.nl o
fauny Articlea, aiiuh a
NECK TI.S). O'M.LAHM. IINUKKHI.KKVKH,
And all niharartiules uiuall; tsund Id a
FIRST-CLASS M1LLINEKY 8TOKK
Mrs. Motico, In addition to her nock of
Fancy and Millinery OnodH, has a Duo and
Complete a.Hortmont of Cincinnati Cuatom
mado Ladles' aud Mioses' Shnea and Chil
drcna' Hoota, lllack and in Colora, Theao
arouukuowledged to be tho lineal and beat
ever lu the market, and this la the only
house the eltv that make them a npeelalty
JOHN B. PHLLI8 & SON,
(Huooaaaora to John H. I'hlllia,)
UEALKHS IN II AY, (JOHN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &o,t
C..u. TENT II -ST. Awn OUK) IiKV K
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MATUUSS & UHL
C O M M I 3 8 1 ON M K K C HANTS
AY AND WK8TKWN PllODUUli
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND CODNTT.
BAI. MTATI AUBHt.
Johu Q, Uarman. Chas. Thnipp
JOHN Q. UAKMAN A CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
NortU Car. of sib at. aad 0hlu Le
Oder lor salo at low figures and easy term
tho following real estate :
No I An elegant cottage, corner TwsHnli
and Locust streela, U'27 and28,t I, Udrd ad.
Lota above Kradc. 6 lota In b 4. In what u
known a lU: "Itldge Block:" thoaa lota run
tuiuuKii uic oiuck irum ruieeuiu lo olx
tcentn atreebi. and the hpst tvaMxiv rmn.
erty In tho city adjoining property Bbihfy
Nu a-l!ota3 and 4, l 45. city, Washiarton
avenuo, between Thirteenth and Kourtosnth
sireoif, west slile, Oood two-atory UullJlug-
"as n,u lUli
No3 Also, vacant lot ft and fi. adjolnin
v.. ui.iu aisxci, auuui aide,
between Commercial am Waahlinrinn av.l
nuca, will be sold In tracts to suit purchaser.
Very low and on easy terms.
No 4 Lots 7 and S. Ii XI. mrnar nt STnur.
tce&th and Poplar street, front on Poplar
street, west fide, opposite pot-ollc block.
No 6 Snlemlftl Imalnoaa l.nll.tln.
deuce lu .second atonr. Q raama. Call .
front and rear stairway, water on both floors,
In number one condition; situated on north.
west corner ot Commercial aveuua aud
Iwelltu street. A Kieat bariraUi lfeuld
No C-Lots 4, 7 and 9, b 31 sdty, a
Commercial avcuue, beweeu t'ourui aad
f irth strcila, LoU 20 aud SI, b 23, eltr, ou
Washington avenue, between Filth and
hlxth strecta. Terms easy, price low.
No 7 Lot 14, In b 18, on Nineteenth
street, between Commercial aveuue and
Poplar street a great bargain. Lot'ii.b 06,
1st ad,, on Washington aveuue.
No a Two very desirable buslnca houses
and two lots, on blxth ntreet between Com
mercial aud Washington avenues, will be
wild at terinn to pay purchaser rental of 25
per cent ou Investment.
No t)-Slx lota in It 20, lat ad.
ground. (200 each on eusj payment,
No 10 Lots 1 and 2, In b 6 uorth corner ol
1 cnth and Levee streets. Heat businea loca
tion in the city terms easy. Lota'il, 1 aad
IS In b 1U, Ut ad., south corner ot Twentieth
and Poplar streets. Also three lota in court
houae block, fronting on Poplar street.
No 11 A splendid two-story residence ou
north-east corner of Walnut and Ninth
street-, with two lots very desirable prop
erty. No 12-l.ot 18 and 19, b 79-aoulh tide ol
lsventy-Urst street, opposite "Convent
Ulock " very desirable lor residence pur
No 13 A well lmnroved Inrm nfSiO ar
00 acres under cultivation: hou.eaand barn
good orchard, hearing trees; running water
through In i m above overflow. One quarts
nine iroin atauon anu depot ol Cairo A Ot.
Lout railroad. Will be aold ou easy terms
tor (121 per acre.
T. Ho 14 Tenot the choicest Iota, tn block
lat addition, above tirade. beauUlulreal-
uvuremmuu, -Till , , 1 m. Mw h giva. UB.I-
gain. We call particular attention to this
luuj.riir a ii uc voiu surj iun,
A KIMK CHANCS I OH lNVESTMKXT.
Ill adillloii to tho foregoing we offer or
aaie, or lease, a large uumncr ol vacant lot),
In dlflereut parts ol tlio city, embracing No
i nuaincaa anu resilience jnujicrt.
In unliiiiimved lands, wo have for sale
over 23,000 acres In Alexander and Pulaski
counties, at prices rangimr from 92 to 9ia
per acre, and aro prepared to oiler induce:
menu to purcbaacm that cannot be equalled
In Colorado, Texas or any other place or by
"anyotherman," A larc amount ollaudsof
the very best (plallty, lu Alexander aud Pu
Uaki countlea, bcloiiKlnz to the HIIuoIh Cen
tral ltallroad vompany, for thn sale of which
we arc the agcuts, will be Bold very low and
ou audi easy terms that a person ot Industri
ous habita, with a very small sum or ready
money, can, in a few year beivmo the
owner or a productive farm. We have
plats aud dewrlptlous or all lands offered
lor sale and will take pleasure lu showing
purchasera the property. Titles to all landa
sold by us guaranteed, and'showu Irom tho
patentee when required by abstract. Ap
ply to JOHN (j. UAllldAN Jt CO.,
Cor, Sixth aud Levee sta., Cairo, HI.
Juue 7, 1873.
U. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (aacoriD tloob) onto Liyjsn,
Hur and Sill Rial Khtati,
KCKN1HU AHSTKACTti OF T1TLK
Aad iarar.(lonTaTaoos of KlaiU!
WIN EIS AND UVOCHI,
R. SMYTH k CO.,
(I A IHU. UllIOII,
rep oonaUatlj on liaaj a rooal ons
plale alock ul
BOOTOU AID IWBH WUUK1M
Port, Madorla, Bherry and CatawbskWbM
H, Smith & Co. aro also amenta lor Hpen
ccr, McKay A Co, 'a l'lttubui'K ulc, or which
large stock la kept constantly on hand at
WIIITK UOLIAHPLANINO MILL
H WAI.TKHM, lroirUtr,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATU, BUlNOLKrJ, OKDAH PtWW
UU0113, HA8I1, BLINDS
KaralahaJ oa ihoriMt notlo.
Commercial ayonuo, botween Tnth and
I)H. G. K. DOUULAS,
A constant supply ot pure Nitrous Oxide
Uas, for the painless extraction of teeth, at
the Dental Koouu of Dr. Douglas, successor
W Ur.A. M. Atutih, kUghiU ilruet. Mtt
Our Home AdrtfrtiMra.
fUHWAHUlMQ amd OOUMIiROM
DEALERS IN FI-OUB
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OHIO UTII AMD MAMAWstaV
70 Ohio Ljnril,
J. O. MATHKWSON,
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UalJKD AMM OCMMT FlWBU Oo ,
K. 0. PACK St CO.,
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FLO II it AND OOIISTRY P1ODTJ0K
MILLKH 4 PABKMB,
GENERAL COM MISSION
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QKNKHAL, COMMISSION MIHOHASW
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