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THE BULLETIN.
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JOHN II. OIIKIII.V. Kditur and l'libllihor
TKIIM8 Or TUB l)AII. t)LLKTIN :
On week, by carrier. 2f.
Vnty$ubj carrier, In aiivtncu 10 CO
One year by carrier II nut pild In
advance i" 00
Due month, "briusll 100
Ttiree months . . HW
ill months. .. ft 2f
One year 10 00
, TUB OOLLAU WKKKI.Y HULLKTIN
John 11. Oberly hut reduced the ubscrl
lion price of the H'KKKl.Y Cahio HULLKTIN
to Ono Dollar per annum, making It the
crioipest papjr purilhiiud In oilttioru llllnul
HrmlliiK untllcr on every imire.
TUB OAIUO AND ST LOUIS .V A K-UOW-OAIIOK
HA ILK AI)
This road is now In running order friun
Murpbysboro to St. Louis, and regular
ptnengor trains have ticuri plaeod on the
track between tlioiu points. Hoveral of
ourcotemporarios have enjoyed thopluas.
ure of riding In the now narrow-gauge
cars, and unite In Wlrif; to the road, the
coaches and the officer of tbo trains, hic,h
praise. Th Vi aterloo 'Advocate of thu
31lt ult lays
"On Saturday lint the first regular pas'
songer coach pasted tliia place going south
It wni not open to passengers, Imt n in
citation of the gentlemanly superintend
nt, Mr. Hamilton, wo rode in It from K.
Oarondelet to Waterloo. It has a width
ol leven feel, nod it furnished with twenty-two
arm uliuiri, and tufas at ouch end.
There li an aitlo down the centre. The
chain are of walnut, handsomely curved
in antique ityle. The alile is carpeted
with Aiminister Urussels, The upholster
lug is taitetul and suggestive ol luxury
The windows ol' plate glass and large,
witti a very neat double blind to drop and
raise. The woodwork within, ot walnut
and oak. ana paneling or English, walnut,
finished to a decree of Perfection almost
incredible to behold, and, to complete all,
IDA 1 '
two
irom the coiling at each end. This coach
ana an are to bo like it on this road
is only equaled, aud not surpassed by the
Tollman palace cars.
This being the first trip of this coach,
some doubts were expressed a to its run
ning qualities, but at the end of the first
milo it was perfectly evident to us, that a
more comfortable or easy riding institu
tion could not be gotten up aud as wo sat
in a half dttitny stale, w remember how
hard we had to labor for this road how
abiding our faith had been in it, and how
we bad endeavored to inswll tho same
into our readers. This, Indeed wttS a
bappj realization of our predictions, and
we would repcctfully conuimnd narrow
gnage "sore heads" frum Cairo tip to a
iuu in me new coach to cure them of
kueir -poir evil. In conclusion, when wo
ay that the Cairo and .St. Louis railroad
..as a. uno a corps of officers imd employes
' ii '"au wu rcnaer out u ju
tributo to tboto individuals.
Vive la' narrow-Lruin'o"'
To this testimony to the nmolhnois of
tbo road and tho comfort and luxurious
lieu of tuo coaches, wo add that of tho
Jonesboro '(jaztUu- of Urn 19th in.f
On Kit Tuiiutnv
curiouslty to gratify n rugard to the
practical working ol' tho Cairo and St
louii narrow-gauge ruilroad, wo took n
seat in the car at Murpyhsburo, uii route
for tit. Louis. The train was composed of
ono baggago and one express car, and
three passenger cars, two ol' tho lattor be
ing common coaches aud the othor, a
ladies' car, a correct description of which
is given by the Waterloo -Advocate in
another column. These cur are manufac
tured by K K. Canda A Co. ol Chicago,
and aro cot surpassed fur beauty oftlnish
by tho can of any road in tho state
Theie aro the first tuanufnetumd
for this road, and wo
learn Hint keveral improvements
will be made upon the other passengor
coachei which are to run through as soon
as tho roaj is completed. The sleeping
and parlor cars will alto bo manufactured
hi Air. Cauda t shops, and will bo equal to
the best cars ot the Pullman lino. Wn
never rode upon a new railroad that us
at smooth and complete as this. It is u
continuous rail, and the cars glide along
without the jar and noise inriili'iit to old
style rail. The road passes through the
finest portion of the state. ISpartu, Ked
liud, Waterloo aud Columbia, are towns
of importance, surrounded by tho finest
wheat-growing country in Ihu West. W
have not space this week to sneak of tli
road and tous through which it runs, at
'engiu, out will refer to them at another
time.
THE liALMDAirSA.r A N I)
COAL WOJtKS AT ST. .10 HNS.
TIIK SALT WKI.I.S A N II TIIK ..
M KN'SK PUEPAHATHJNS NOW
IN IMIOOKKS.S TO MA Nil
FACTl'IIK SAW
THEKKFHOM.
'I'll K .NhW ANU .SIPKKIOK VKIN
r' COAL DISCOVKKK1) AND
TUK PKKPAUATIONS IfKINti
MADV. TO WOJtK IT.
I Ii.hu ti,. UutjuomT.ii.iiiu.
.it, Juhn.iss.uutBd )uit.,is,d ., u,0
northern limits of the uty i Du ,
and iu point of i, coui,,purrv' with
the latter. It w, ut L town bv
the coal mining company huuu year is';
or inao, auu was nuniburud aniutig that
great list of new towns whu l, sprang into
bxistencu and had their being by reason
of tho locution and building uf tlm I ij
li. It. lis population has vnrlod jmt iii
proportion as thu increasu or decremo ol
luinert havo been changed in the tual
in me there operated, In l'j7 this town,
the coal mine, and aomo thirteen hundred
acros of roai lands wero purchased by
Win. P Halllday At Co., of Cairo, lllinoir
tiik i ir.T noitl.s'O,
On tho fcth day of April, IhO'J, this com
pany, under the supervision of II. P.
Plant, and at a consldnr.blM uxpenso,
having supplied theunelve. with uiptrts
and the uecessary apjiliatuvh, coiumuiiced
boring Into thu bowels of mother earth
v., uu Hui iuis ul usceriaiiiuig what mill
rl. ji.hiL. u.1,,.11 ,i "
:nVi,d'tw m .
2tZ .V ,,.lV.,, . " " .duu '""
tiaa' i di.7 . " tft inu
UUU11UM1
to contain
of sodium i
f.Mt 11 ri Malt
near the coal shaft to .nahl tha " '
-Hi.nv.,, null iuiueii.n.iH i
imuiii w uin
',Z ". u 7. V " ""..wr ,
I rn sfsnal tn tt n u In mnnn il...
f t..t . I
i ...III. sl i r . ,
t . . ' . . . ' II Ulli
prl.cip.1 difficulty ,b.J: have tad'to
wmuit " .iii"iiwu (ji ujQ I
l, I,11 11. .. r .,
mimummpI M fpntrt llin ..ll . . ,
..-. iii, RIIU i nit I
pmt ilA.VIDg MM gaiued, a. they be-
JIHTM, may meu uetermiued upon the ej.
' '
Italli: This well was sior,'. " " ' 01 ...r lives nd It allords
Hi. .ii. r.-. i . " r ruoiiiners, no little pleasure to clvo 1
tabliibmonl of extensive salt works, which
are now In course of construction.
During this lime, howorer, tlio compa
ny, under the supervision' of M. O.
Wright, present superintendent, sank a
second well a few hundred yards distant
from the flrot. and from thitin tarn tvnll. '
durinir the nroirest of thiin mnrlmi,i.'
considerable sail of a superior nuallly ha
oecn manuiaciurpu anu put on we mar-
ket, both At Cairo and in this rity
this rity.
ell No. 2 was sunk but 1010 feet bu
neath the surlace, but is to bo deepened to
the depth of 1,200 feet.
U coils about $12,000 to sink one of
thto wells, nnd tliov allord a flow of forty
gallons per minute, and undor these ox-
perimontf, with but temporary appliances,
the company havo manufactured about lu
barrels of salt per day. Other wells will
ne sunk uy ihorompnny,
THIS WORK NOW IS I'KOOKMH or Krlfcr-
1 ION.
The buildings now in cournu of con
struction for the manufacture of tali Iroiu
thetu and other wells yet to bu oponed
noir, are oviuoutes tuat tins now and im
portant onttrprisu is no longer an experi
ment, but hu become one ol tho impor
tant advance stops In ''Kgyptiau' manu
factories. Thu building will cover a largo
area of ground and is ol' the following di
muntlous Purnaco walls, I'.'0i'i5 feet.
oven fur n ares 2)il20 feet, settlers and
grainert department I JUil'IU feet, the suit
warehouse dOx 130 feel and a cistern and
heater 10x140
'1 ho copper pipes or truys tu bo om-
ployed lu the graining mid tellling de
partments are about i,000 feet or nearlt
ono milu in length and are the most roilly
item in the cntaloguu of materiale used
insult works of this character.
In the construction of these works 'Joo..
0CHI common brick will bo used in that
portion which requires walls, and .!0,000
lire brick for thu furtiHCiis. r'rom Urn
abovo outline of tho bilildilig to be used
in this manufactory it will be seen thut a
portiou ofthoin will lin of wooden struct
ure, but the company having first tut
plied tliokuselven with'a model of thu mo t
approved plan, and export to erect them,
It is expected they will bo comii!ot In all
their departments. Tha worki are beim.
erected on tho west side of the I O. It. H.
track, a little, to tbo northwest of the salt
wells and on a beautiful tilateati. a dU.
tancuot between 1,'JOOaud l.fiOO feelfrom
tho wells, and about tho sumo disUnce
from thu coal chutes of tho comnanv.
Juil to the north of thu buildings a large
re-ervoir is oeiug constructoil
TIIK ItKSKKVOIK
Is to be 180 feet lone by l'.'o feet wide
about 15 leet deep, aud with capacity to
hold one million gallons ol brine, which is
to be conducted from thu sail wulls to this
reservoir by menus of a forco iiuinn
through wooden pipes to be laid under
ground. This resorvoir is being formed
by digging, or rather scooping out tho
earth, and throwing it up, as the bank of a
.....I :.. .1 i. ....f . . ..
ivtce, nou ii it uiu iiueiuiuu to II1HKO tills
big salt pound ornamental as well as use
ful by tending and shading its broud
levee walks and bordurs.
As u, matter of interest to fishermen we
will add that salt II ill will he deposited in
this big tall pound.)
Tho aallne waters will bu conducted
from this rcervolr through pipes and the
cistern to whero it undergoes tha above
inuicatou process by boiling and evapora-
in me copper pans or pipes.
iiiu li:el requlrod to run theso salt
works will bo coal exclusively, which will
bo carried from the company's coal chutes
to tho salt furnaces,by means of a narrow-
gauge railroad to bo constructed upon an
elevated or tresselod track sufficiently
high as not to obstruct tho railway be
neath it.
Vn . wiitiikitun i mi ttoi lie out ot
place to say that the fuel required to run
this immense usttblishmcnt,will cost com
paratively little or nothing, as slack and
flllt f'iml. which fun )m llanH luriralt. fttr all
manufacturing purposes horo, lias hlthorto '
noen worthless or nearly so, at all tho coal
mines in and around Dutjuoin. The
company expect to manufacture at least a
car load of halt pur day, (from "0 to i0
bbls. ) from the start, on completion of
their works, and they expect to havo them
ready for operation by Uccombo' 1 next.
The cost par barrel in tho salt manufac
tory al Syracuse, New York, is $1 38.
Kueh furnace turns out about 00 barrels
per day and employ s from &0 to CO hands
to do the work From this, tho reader
can form an approximate estimation of ;
the number of hands that will bo required
to run the Halllday salt works
I he capacity of theso salt works will
not bo quite a large us we stated in an
item concerning them a fuw weeks since,
but Hie reader can form a pretty good idea
of their extent from tho fact that the
works will cost about f 100,000 in cash.
Wo have now given an outline of this
important enlerpriio, in as low words as
possible, if it lacks perspicuity our read
ers will upprociatn our desire to practice
brevity
I HE NKW AM) Hi I'KKIOK VKI.N Oh COAl,
It may not be generally known, but it
is a fact nevertheless, and worth v of pub
lie notice, thai Win. P. Halliday V Co.,
havo tor somo time pual had a surveying
party engaged in exploring various por
tions of Southern Illinois, to ascertain
hero tho best coal could be found. This
rcsuarch has been conducted on scientific
principles, under the advice uf the best
geologist of tha Wost. Tim exploriug has
been done by a posno ol men under an ex
perienced miner, ami attur extending these
uxploratioiit throughout many of tho
counties of Southern Illinois, where the
coal soauis are known to exist, this com
pany reached the conclusion that no but
ter coal in the statu of Illinois could be
found, than that which l imbedded be-
uvalltbe surfiice.withln the boundaries of
Perry county, hence about six
weeks since, their exploring party
was put tu worn, on thu tust
bank ol liet a cruel., to ascertain whether
or nut a coal vuiu uiutixl thero. It i
propor to slate here, that tburu was an
opinion held by some of the coal men, that
the Dutiuoin oal vein run out ut this
point, lUKsimicb as ll is vein is somo 00
feet beneuth the surfaco half a mile west
of this puiut, while on the west bank of
this creeH it cropped out at the surface.
I .in. mooring party, However, soon ilem
i onilrated that a coal seam did exist on tho
, t-Hit bunk, or ou the blurt's of the east bunk
, uf Itevs s creek. The coal was found at a
depth uf fuul Uneati, lu0 ,ur.
! ttCU' "J trial shaft was tulik,
i ...,i
IIOIII WUH 1 IU, .K.M r.1
ere taken, one of which, may be
111 tile Tubulin ,,lltr l'r.,, .1,1.
seen
point the explorers pl.nUd tlieir borlni.
apparatus to tha eut, from half to three
quarters of a mile, and there pnetrated
tho bowels of the earth l l'.l f.wt beneath
the surface where to their delight, a vein
of coal C feet -1 Inches thick, and of a si .
jmrior quality was found. In fan, ve are
iiBiiurquaiiiy was lounu. Ill mil, v &r
l4sy f-1 w
ancosth.. best coil yet
dicoered iu the
.: We d, nut give the above a. our
... r i
I"4. lu imponani to tiio i.
vs. iM.jt)viivr) turn in.LTUAia ui uiir
unt inn ii p.a n,.t t -. i i.. -. . i
sva
part of the state
lit lull luillini ti in una in finrnnsal n t si
shi "Mi iwnilBlLruui U H Iiillur IfWtML- n i
J"f;fcSt."'' 'Ul f lU
fll LflH 1 fill I ii. .It. is. I 1 . . i
I . ..
" Krom a careful itudy of the country, I
n fully satisfied that this coal (tbeOuoin
.u.iy sansnw trial inn coal (tbeOuoin '
r..n.. ., ,.. . : ---------,m .
viini is eijuivalent and identical with tha
lower ,i,i,nr,
'ow bd V,J too ft) and main working
TH I i I Mflll Ilk unl .! i.l,..i ... ... it .1 I."
to
niiuu I UU UlU'i. IIIL IJ 11(111 IIlll H lirilir I V HI llmla
res-
THE CAIRO DAILY
coal, at ML Carbon colliery and Dig Mud
dy rlrer In Jackson county, Illinois."
The late explorations of Hatliday A Co.
havo been conductod on the strength of
Prof. Cox'i opinion. There if one fact In
relation to this vein of coal, that we de
sire to call the reader's attention to. and
' '"at is that the average depth of our coal
""0, l tue mlnM we,t of Ij8e'' C'K '
. """"i """ . uis
i I10"11 which is between one and two miles
east, and on the oast side ol (he creek, tho
coal vain is I'M feet beneath tho surface.
And this great difference cannot be ac -
counted for on the ground of a difference
I,. allrn ..1....klt.... iL.i ' .1 1
iiLuiiRkuuiniRiiuu or tuai oi mo usual
dip In the coal scam, from the fact, thai
both theso arn in favor of tho voin ou tho
west tido of Keei' creel;. Th ml oh.
tulncd from tho borlncs. nt th nnint abore
named, has bcon lubmitted to critical ox -
amluatlon, under magnifying glass, and
as fur as can bo determined in this wnv,
no sulphur can bo detected in it, nor In.
deed, any of tho other impurities to com-
mou id the Illinois coal So say those
who havo examined it, and who have a
reputation to sustain.
These specimens, hownver, have beon
sent away for chemical analysis, tbo re
fultof which will be laid beforoour read
eri in a fuluro issue of tbo 'Tribune.'
Thu company have already surveyed a
surfaco coal railroad track, from their coal
chutes, on the I, C railroad
track, to this point, whero they nro now
preparing to mine thli coal, and will let
tbo contract for building tbu same in a
short time. The company have pur
cbated another section of coal land from
the I. O. K. It Co , laying in this hnrnedl
ate neighborhood, which, with thi land
thoy owned before, gives tbhin lufllc'ient
land irom which to mine coal for a half a
century or more.
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guarantees not only Paid-up Policies but !
also a alue lu Cash on the Non-forfeiture '
plan
JOHN A. nUOK, - -0.
KNOUELaUOllF, - -
President
Hecretary
.I01IN W. PltUKSS,
Agent for Cairo and Wciiilly.
HlSMAinruUNn.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Lfu Insurance
and hlek Keller by weekly due and mutual
cur.?Ptr,'u objectaof public benefit.
. .. i' '"'"""ranee Policies will bo Issued
by the 1 eutonla Ufo Insllranco Company.
II. MKYKHS, President.
JOHN W. PKUES3, Au'r.
rorS'nlroHU.l Vlslnlty
FIRE AND MARINE
INSUBA-DTCE
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ao, lu.nrtvl i ratM u foiLe soup. I. ter
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W'.STUAWTZ CO.,
A.VVIOSllfAI.
ROOT and SHOE MAKERS'
Corner of
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All kinds ol boot-. nd shoes made to or.
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KOKWAKUINO MKHOUANTS
DKALEH8 IN UAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Moal, Bran, &.,
AOKNTS KOK LA KLIN AND HANI)
i-uvv hkk UOM PAN Y,
I Ml ...
"OB. IK.NTII MltKKTAKD OlJIo I.KVKK
OAIUO. ILL.
a CLOSK,
UKNKKAI, COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer iu
Ljmk, Cemumt, Pi.ahtkh, Haik, Ek;.
No IMilu l.ovrsi.
Ida i win sen in car load lots at manilluc
luivrs prices, auuing irelglit. 4-U-tl
COFFKV, HAKUISONst CO.,
(ileeesiorHfo l. lliird X Sou.)
ANU
CoiumiNsion MurchautH
II.OHH Ulttl.V AMI HAY.
NoO:i Ohio Levee, OAIUO, ILLS.
ILLIllEaT.
M KS. MoOKK,
Ou Klulita Slruui, Uiwpfo UuminnrcltlaaJ Ws.li
DKIuu Alauiiva. la Jallf rw.'lilu
NKW MILI.lNHUy OOODd
LATKHT ai'HIKn AN1I KUUMKH HTYl.Krt
He.lUts full linn of
&c HATa
ITriuimsd sad unlruomad,)
KhC.NCU H.OWKKH. KIBDONS, TKIMktlNOH
of all kinds, l.acs, etc., eto.
Mrs, McGaa has alto a larsl Mtortraeat
Ksdoj Aitlolet, such a
NECK TKM, 0'I,I.ARH. UKUKKHUKVIW,
HUKKH, HAH1IKH, KANH.i
And ill oihsrartioUs usually found In t
KIKST.OI.ASS MILLINEKY STOKE
Mrs. McOec, lu addition to ber Htoek of I
KanuV and Mllllnm-v (liwiilu )iu K lino ati.l I
Complete awiortnient of Cincinnati Custom
.. """y- - v,un
IU H 1.1,1 ..I mn.t M ...J U in.l u t, , I 'l.ll
."u" ,,00",. " " M
'I'll ii af.
reackuowliiilirml to be the rtluiat un.l l.x-i
I tsr lu the market, aud this it the only
I ijuii.e it. ,.l ,ut uui.o, ij,uui sj.ccUltj i
Homo Aclvertisoinents.
IK A I, mTATE AOEflOl.
John (J. Uarman, t'ha. Thi'.pp
lOHN Q. HAHMAN A CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLK0TOKS
AM)
CONVKYANUK1W
.Varlli Cor. it hi, sj, nl olHo l.rct
OAtKO, 1 LMKOtH.
n.'r1 ,or"le t low- tigitres and emy teiim
the fo lowing real estate?.
.... ii 'A!' t,l'Kaiit cotUge, ( nrner Twelllh
? iUU'1 "tret", Is'iTanil'iS.b 1, third ad.
l.ot above grade. 6 otN in Ii 4, In what Is
ihr(UiH?1l,,J.':U',lu lltook" tho-e Iota run
. ,,lock rilU'cnlh to Six.
locnth alrcetH. and the best residence proii
hnMovid"8 c"y"JJ,,,"'lf I'wperiy highly
.,?.ril'.U3 "".'J..4 ' 4:,i '"y 'iblngton
aenue, between Thirteenth and Kotitti Hith
ttreetH. west side. Uood two-.-toi) btllldliig
on each lot. ' B
.o.i aho, vacant Iota fi and (!, adjolnliig
the
on
sixth iri.f . i..
n!oWLniS0mi",C.rVlal tt"(1 Wu-hlligloii v'
v ., 'i VBiold '" trui:,H ,0 ,u" l"lr' ''"r,
. ,. . m4-1' 'i? 7 i1"11 H- ;18' ',or"r of Four
t euth and Poplar streets,, front on Poplar
n V i","f ll.l.c; ,V,l,0'ltu I't-olUi e block.
No. .-Splendid fiiisliu,.!, luilldluf, ies.
dence In coeoiul story, rooiuM, hull and
frontalid rear stairway, wuteron both lloor-,
In number one condition: situated on north
west corner ol Commercial aenue and
twelfth street. A gleat burgalu ll sold
soon.
No (i Lota 4, 7 and !l, b "-J, city, ou
Coimnerolal avenue, hew ten Fourth aud
Hltb streets, Lota 'M nnd SI, b iBI, city, on
rta-hlngton atlille, between Filth ami
Mxtb streets. 'I'enus easy, price low
aw UIIM IIUCU'J (VlIIJO
..v. , i.ui n, in u ia, uu .Miieleelith
Ireet, between Coiutnerdiil aemie and
Poplar Mreet-u great biirgaln. Lofi'., I. .V,,
Istad,, on Ytnshlligtoli meiilie.
No -Twoerj desirable blllnen hou-e-and
two lots, on Mxth street between Com
mercial and Washington avenues, will be
sold at terms to pay purchaser rental ol '.'.'i
per cent on Investment.
No U-rtlx lots iu b '.II, 1st ad. High
ground. iiWOeach on easy pa)Uieiits.
No ID-Lot 1 and'.', lu bO north corner ol
t enth and Leee streets. Ilestbuslues locu
tion lu the city terms easy, litalfl. '.'U aud
'Win b 111, 1st ad., south comer ol Twentieth
aud Poplar streets. Also throe lots in court
house block, fronting ou Poplar street.
No 11 A splendid two-story residence ou
uorth east comer of Walnut and Niutb
streets, with two !ol-ery desirable prop,
erty. r 1
No PJ-Lots Is and 111, b TH-south side ot
lwenty.tJrst street, opposite "l onveiit
lllock ery desirable lor re-ldence pur
poes, cheap.
No 13 A well Improved farm of 210 acres
00 acres under cultivation ; huUiesand barn
good orchard, bearing trees; running water
through farm above overtlow. On oiiurler
mile from station and depot ot Cairo Si M
Louis railroad. Will be sold ou eav tenu
lor per acre.
No 1 Ten of the choice st lot, In bloik
."i7, 1st addition, above vtrude, beautiful ie.
dence location, will be sold at a irreat bur.
lie tun iiaiuguiar aueuilOU 10 tlil
property as It will he sold very low.
A KINK CIIANCK Jolt INVKHTMK.NT.
In addltlou to the loreL-oliiL' nit..r i...
sale, or leac. a large uumlier ol vacant lot
lu different parts of the city, embracing No
1 hulnei aud residence property.
Ill unimproved lauds, we have for
over'ri.UOO acres In Alexander and Pula-kl
eoiintles, at prices ranging from il to Jlf,
per acre, and are prepared to oiler induce'
uientn to nurcnaers tuat cannot be equalled
in Colorado, Texas or any other place or by
"any other man." A larguamountot l:iinlol
jue very nest quality, 111 Alexander ami lu
takl counties, lieloiiulnt: to the Illinois Ceti.
tral ltullruad voinpaiiy. lor the sale of which
Wu uro ll, nirriiiH. will In. mill ii-rr.lniu ..,.1
on such eay terms that a person of ludiistrl
oils habits, with a very small sum of ready
money, can In a few yearn become the
nu'iior r u nroductive larm. We have
Plata and descriptions ol all lands oilered
lor sale and will lake pleasuru lu showing
purchaser), the property. Titles to all lands
old by us guaranteed, and shown Iroiu the
patentee when required by abstracts. An
ply to JOHN Q. HAHMANACO.,
tor. Sixth aud Levee st Cairo, III-,
dune 7, 1873.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUOTIONEEKS,
74 (BKCONIJ FLO0B) OHIO I.RVKK,
CAIRO, II.LH,,
Hev and Sill Rial Ehtati,
PAY TAXKS,
r-UJtrilr3H ABSTKA0T8 OK TITLE
An(l jur-srn (Jons j no of Kinds!
PHrNlCIAN.
j. wThkioman.
i. ? i. ""rK110" nccoucher. Olllce,
streets. T.17 1,
. "cum -ucei, oeinccu vv a u anil i.'eiinr
A. J. ltOK. .M. I)..
umce over inoms A liro.s ltocitv store.
Vrt ill fi,,..n...l..i ... . "
street. Kesideiicu comer Walnut mi!
,.. .uiuiiicj ci;u sh' r. corner i:ii.iiiii
rvvcnt).ir.-t streets.
DU. B. 0. TAHKR,
Will resume the urndlci. nt hi. rni,,..i
with especial reference to tlm el,.tpi,.
treatment ol diseases In all Uio new and lm.
proved methods of application.
In all cases of female complaint a ady
will be In attendance. '
Ullice, Via Commercial avenue, up stairs.
U. H. HHI(JHAM.li"."o'
llomupathlu tihvslidnii nnil uiiri.i,i,ri in
Uco 1,'W Commercial avenue. Ii,.ai.'u..u
uriier of Eleventh aud Cedar streets.
.Ii '.'in
II. WARDNKR, M. U.
HUIce and Keldence 111 ( !o!!lllier,,,.l ,.1 ..
nile, (next iloor to the Atheiieilm).
WILLIAM R. SMITH. ,M. ll.
OKHIDKNCK-No. SI ti..h..... .
(tV.'""!r,u. W""Koti ouu. ana Walnut street!
Omc-lM0iimilierullenu. UD sulfa
U W. DUNNING, M. D.
R ,1?iI,BN0K n"'Jlih and Walnut sla,
LVUihce Qurntar hi. I. -i.... i ,,.... . '
J'R. (, K. IJOUULAH, "
IDEICTTIST.
A Constant klllllilv l.( nuru MllrAiu li.l.i..
M.ri.'".l'.llil;,,:'il"e""i'x,rai,,lo"or '-"'. t
Hie llelit:il Iff, ... H......I. '
i., iV. i Vi . , . 1 ' "u'iKia". successor
.ii. vii-iin, cit'inn street. r-ltl
I.HtlllKII.
WIIITKCOLLARl'LANINGMlLJi
S WAI.TKHN, 'roirllor,
IISSLSU1I
1 AUD and SOFT LUMBER
AMI)
LATH. HII INMLHH A U PMvlTV
UOORS, SAail, HLINUH
OBDKlia aOLIOITKU.
Steamboat Lumbbr,
Kurnltoail on stiurlssl uotio.
Uiiuiinercial avonue, betwuon Tenth ad
Kloveuth streets
CAIRO:
?
Our Home Advertisers.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS
GKNKRAL AGENTS
b'OHWAHIMNU ani. UOMMIa.SION
hkik'IUiv rti.
DKALKK3 IN FI OUK;
I Bl iaL lit
OHIO lllVNH SNIl UAIIAWM
HA l.'f CHILI P'A. Pi I' JilH
( (Mild LtiVlCK,
CaIUO, ll.l.IKOIB.
i:si tiii.isiii.ii iiT
.1. O. MATIIKW.SON,
COM MI S3 1 ON .M E ItC HA NT
And Agent for
IIa7 ui. anii Otifuvr PownicK Co ,
AUC'll.STA, ISA.
''l.3m
K. ('. l'ACK A CO.,
r tt n w i ii ii i x o
-A K 1-
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
IilCALKH" IK
HA V,
CORN.
OATS,
M HA L,
KLOUK AND COUNTRY I'KODUCE
OAIUO, ILLINOIS.
3-1211
MlhLKR A 1'ARKKR,
GENERAL COMMISSION
FOHW A KDINO M KUCHA NTH,
il
DKAIjKKB IN FLOUR, CORiN
Oats, Hay, otc,
AOKNTri rou KAfKUANK'S OA LKH
Ohio Levee, OAIUO. ILLINOIS.
S. 1). AVIKri.
B. .1. AVK
AVKRS Jk CO.,
FLOUR
AND
GKNKRAL COMMISSION MKHOHANTS
No. 7H Ohio Lkvkk, Oaiko, Ili.h.
l-7tf, '
I'K T K R U II II L,
:i'iu ii
KliOUR MKRCHANT
AND
no omo i. t:Kt:,
3-UO tf.
OAIUO, 1LL1NOLS.
J. 1. PIULLll'a,
Forwarding and Coiiuaiaaion
MK ROH A NT,
tan
WUA11K-HOAT 1'UOI'UIKTOK.
propiri'l lo fonviM all ui f
lo all inint.
utr lliislnsa tlteuJol lo,t.,u,uil,
WOOL) RTONTlOlHTlniuo
FLOUR
''erul ('(linuiiahiou Mem dan
IBS OUIO LKVKK
Our Home Advertisers.
nincRLi.A.NEOi;').
HUM IS, HUOWN 4 CO.,
BAG MANUFACTURERS
Agents Home Cotton Mtu.i
NO. 30 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
l-VJiil.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TENTH HTKEKT,
HTWH WAbU'N A VXN US AMU WALH0T
ill. II. f. rulds Inform, tu public tint ht ha
o(iOad s
1, 1 V E R y S T A H L E
op Ida north! ai,l of Taotti sltasi t. osia
Uie.
Ills BiM will l,e futnlsl.ad with aao but III
BEST HORSES
ANU GOOD VEUI0LE3.
and the public may be accommodated at al
boors ot the day ud ulKhl With sate teams
ou the lo veat terms,
IJr. Fjelda ink, a share of public patrons.
am will endeavor to merit It by fair dealfuv
and strict attention to bul
WAU, .v MANTiFAUlxjlTv"
I'or Sale at Wholosulo or Hetuil.
(lOHNKK M'itJ.HTKEET AND OUIO I.IVKH
Cairo, lllinoir.,
ll tr
J t. uamhi.ic
WARD iV ROBKRTH.
PAINTERS
I)icai.kk I .i Wimihiw Miuuaa,
Will 1'AI'IK, VUHt V H ITK
Lkau, Lt.HacKb Oil
ILI.UMINATIMCi OIL,
HPIHITB TUHfK.NTIMCt OHII
HUKI.LAI-, Alcohol, Ktc , Ktc.
Washlmjtou -vventle and Klevenlh stuet,
Uaiku, - . . Illinoi
1'ARKKR A HI.AKk"
I'Iiiim
WALL PAPER. PA I NTH,
ftstlf, Mtnalne, 1mwIIhsi.
WINDOW 3- T A ti H .
WINDOW HUADIS,
toil ll- clhrtil illuinlnatin
AURORA OIL.
BROHH LUILUINH OCP
nanoi J T-
Uaiho
ilTU HT. COM
V.,
Illinois.
C'AIKO liOX
a no Haskkt Co.
llealers In
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
IIAHII AMI NO IT.
Keep coiiMantly on hand
I'l.oonisii ami Siru.vii, also Lath
Or.lrra Ntillcllril
MILL AND VAKIl COENKK TIIIIlT V-IOUKTH
hTEKT AND OHIO LKVKK.
C'AIKO. . ILLINOIS, 7-30 tf
WIN TJi AMIS I.KlOUKll.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
VVHOLKHALli OKOOEKB,
OHIO L x v k
iaihii,
I I, L I I II I ,
Ai.o, Iim.), oon.tantl un osnil a moal euin
PlMt stock of
LXQLTTOIRS.
HODTUII AKD IklHH WllIBKIIB
-nm h.
lort, Maderla, Sherry and OatawbaWlnw
It. Smith Jk Co. are alo afnta for Spen
cer, JlcKay ACo.'a l'lttsburK ale, of which
larL-e slock Is kept constantly on hand at
thelrwholeale store.
Summer Attention to the
trade. Having a large selec
tion of handsome white goods
cheap, Ratistede valen
cieiinis, plain striped and fig
ured styles ; Swiss's, plain
striped and figured ; Victoria
lawns, plain striped and fig
ured ; .Marseilles in great vari.
olios and patterns; Xansooks
patterns; linen lawns, white
and figured ; Percales in hand
some figures and designs; em
broidereis in hwaa assort.
incuts ; white trimmings in
large assortments ; linen suit
ings iu all shades ; linen dam
asks, handsome patterns ;
have in store a very complete,
hirgo and seasonable assort
ment of dry goods very cheap.
U. JIA.NNY.
V. S. I'leaso call, no trou
ble to show goods. (-28 tf
CARL 1'KTHKS,
BLACKSMITH
I'or.Ktttvi'Utli niul t'sltr t,.
Informs tho public that lio haseu-eu the
services of a Klrst-clasa WaKoti wakerauU
also a Kirst-claaa Horse ahoer and Is ready
to manufacture aud bp air all kinds of work
In thla trade with nualr and dispatch,
3--'lui.

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