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THE BULLETIN.
OMrUI I'nprr til tttr i'l'r
Coanlr. Ih "ly Moriilwr "
rrr rnhllshrdU loiiliirrii llllsioU,
JOHN a. OUKKLV. Edllor nd l'tlblliber
TICRM8 OFTHK DAIL lULLETLV!
Om wetk, by carrier
Oaayatrby carrier, laadvanco 10 W
On rr br carrier If not ilJ in
Jvuce 2 W
tfwtoor.th.bymall J J
rtUMHoetht, ..., lv
tJIfcott. ft
On. y.ar 0 "
jTlll DOLLAR WKKKLY fWLLKTLN
John U. Oberly has rcducd the subscrlp
tlon prlc of th Wmlt Cairo Huli.rtin
t Oot Dollar per annum, makliifc' It the
tiapettpsperpiibllsliidltiHJUlheru Ilttnul
fading mnllcr n rtrry pnice.
IIU.V. WILLIAM ALLEN.
THE ANTECEDENTS UK Til K I) KM
OCKATIO CANDIDATE l'OK
UOVKKNOK OF OHIO.
I from the (.'IticlutMll i:uitiirvr.
Hon. William Allen tu burn in the
ysar Mi)', in Virginia, between "lllne
ftidge' and Allegbnnry. Jle went to Cbll
tlcoUiB, Ohio, a mere boy.. Ho vrafc there
without tno&ey and wHbout frlendi. He
bad energy, ability, honesty. Of hu life
at a boy and a young lawyer we liavu
not tliuo to tpealc. Ho first appeared
prominently before Ilia public in lb J J,
when, ho wat olected to tbo houio of repre
sentative! of the Culled States. Ho was
a member of tbo committee on Indian af
fair. Tho circumstance of int eloctlou
were peculiar and Interesting. Ho bad
paid, bis addresses to tbo daughter of
Oovoroor Duocau McArthur. Coventor
Duncan m bit opponent in this cam
paign' Tho young lover and politician
elected by u majority of one. Tho
daughter ho did not marry till the bad
first Married another, und became u wid
ow. Mr. Alton wu elected to tho tonato
of tie United States, taking his font on
the fourth of March. 1 837. Ho lilled tbo
ofllcatwo terms, 'when elected, bo bad
CArclyj)atted tho constitutional limit of
thirty years, but be toon took bit place nt
oe of the foremost men of tu&tjdjallu
guiahe'bodyr Hit tonatorial honors' were
not etiillj.'won. Ho tat in , tho Benito
chamber with Clay, "and "Wehitor, and
Calhou',Tid Orittendeo, and Benton, and
Cofwia, and t'wlng and Buchaunan,
Among auch men he stood as their peer
am) commanded their respect. Hit llrst uct.
m sstator -wat to offer a resolution provid
ing for a change in tba mannur of -jlectiug
president and vice president. Ho pot
aeited the Impartiality of a judge, the
acuteneit of an advocate, thu sagacity of
a statesman, the elouueuco of the true ora
tor. His heart and judgment were always
oil "the side of tie tiednlo. Hit tlrtt sneech
in tho senate waj In lavor of tbo right of
iwuuoo; aim ue maintained tnis rigbt of
the petitioners, though hu did not sympa
thies) whh their request, and though they
lited in a distant part of the country. Ho
was often on tho floor of tho tonato,
though less ufteu than some others, and hu
Iways spolte "straight on.' His tpuvchus
had not only directness, but beauty and
dignity, lie was a practical (senator also.
He gave cusost'attontlon to questions of
Mnance, to national bunLs, District
of Columbia banks, to tho ludiim
affairs, to boundary lines, and to all tho
detail of pratical stattsmanthip. He wat
tdway the advocate of thu tiooulo and ot
toe Democratic party. Hu omioxl inrlirj
and exeeetWe taiation. Ho delended tho'
constitutioth He was always In his eut.
nuB no nau ueen lor years in tno turiHtu
am waa aoie lo say proudly to hit tnllow
baton on a nuettlon of adlournment.
that he had not lost a day or a vole in tbu
senate ; ana to say, also, itilrty-tbrco years
ago: "uowever tiazaruous may tie tbe
question, I neither dodge nor tleo." He
U the last1- survivor of the "expunging
Hotwri," in i ea a ttie united btate
enafe, under dictation of Cay, adopted a
resoiuiion censuring i'resiaent Jackson
for removing tbe government deposits
from the United States bank. Fuiir years
later, soon after Mr. Allen took hi seat,
a resolution was paeSHd expunging the
resolution from tbo record, and ot tbe
twenty. rive senators voting In favor of
this reaulution Mr. Allen alono lives to
tell the story. He was olocted chair
man of a committoo on foreign
relations thou, as now, the leading
wiuvmiee uj ma senaiu in Ib46, over
Mt. Archer of Virginia. It was while be
occupied this position that tbe momorabli.
debate occurred on the question known in
history as the u,u'tlon of "Ufty-four
forty or tight ' Tbis debate wan tho fore
most one of that congress, anil in it .Mr
Allen look tho'leadiug part, Hu wa
overruled by thu vote of tbo senate, but
Lis position throughout was that of an
independent Americau. Ho introduced
the resolution toadvlso tho pmldent to
five notice to Great Uritain to teruiluafu
tU Joint occupation of Oregon, Mr. Al
len spoke on the resolution for two cm
ecutive days, UllmK tbu timo of thu vi
sion. -pTb .d.?Ut? covered teveral months.
LatI -m s "I ?" !'U (M,10U' iwwnal d.f-1
upshot and itiue wa, bis resignation of !
Jiguitai!? of 1,10 co,n"i,meo U"
U Allen Lsb f4,r twenty-four vcars
cJiSid fc,bI,Ur,d,!,f" of h "
i cultured farmer. H hh r.r.
attainment , 1, devoted toattronomy, K.
s niineralogy and literature. Ills
:?7 mineralogy and
"f',,1ht4K Vo..esslcn of
or bit earlier nmm.c.r.i i
homo hospitable.
f all th u nnwftrA
!, m. .... r"."w "ncommanuiiii:
' lllkttt...r..l ii . ' . .
maples, v'o Zfi
miliar to wanv of , i . u"'". "
wh.n r.r.i ..'"IV 1 nu timo
iiur.toTu?t.ii;: TLr,,,,.lf?5 i-r
V AlttI AT.IArtBliir at,n t ''I
"WnbiUr and Grlttundon. Cftlhoun t....i
GUj and Benton, will ihve ioDitblti r,
. -1.,, , 1.. ,.1 t ... ... 1
mmj tu lus jjuujjiu o UI1I0 Illlt IilJ,
DIAMONDS A.ND DEATH.
ASSASSINATION OK DR. R. T
DUNN OF CORINTH A WOMAN
iasu ur in TUB UASK A
VurtAniJi AoaAnoIN ATloN,
fKrom the Memphis Avalanche, August J0.1
, Tbe neigbboring town of Corinth uu
tum wuxpruu isiiruau, is greatly excited
over a murder which, In point of myttary
;mui'i vuiu-uiooueaness. rlva It our
J W U JHWII.IIHWT.
UK. K. T. DUNX,
a former well-known citizen of this place
md a brother of Mr. Ned Dunn, at one
ime a wholesale llouor dealor u
.treat, whohti l,ann rn.I.lln,. r... .1. .
w year In Corinth, was the victim. Tbo
.locior in around town, at usi 1.1.
m.mvm - nu,.u HU on inn
round floor. A window ntar tho head ol
bad wa left open, the night being
arm. About 11 o'clock or an bour uft,
in nu r i ritri 1 1 n sir iiui iiuii '. .
WtnKlin arrived at tbe ro;ni, a
Ii jfrlJ sight mot their oyos., Tim doctor
was fuund lying in tho bod with nlinoat
t.u entire
). r. idk or ins tAc k I'HOT orr,
WLIIu lliu headboard of thu bud was iltor
ally poiporuii . with caUcrln(j ibot.ilo'
wiit Cittplog hlf list Woitli il tlio llret faer.
s.ms arrived. It it ganafiUly lupllMtMi
t'jfit bo was thot' by solno from through
tuuopea'wjnduvf. - p.-
' THE WOilAN ItfTIlK fASK.
Up to last ovenliic; no ouo had boon ar
retted, tut suspicion whi pointing very
itrong Ht n married woman, with whom
lio hid been associated. It lit said that ho
bud become p04,csed or h nuniLorof dia
monds belonging to the woman, and that
ho bad rofuscd, whon requested hy bur to
glvu tbuui back. , '
- AN' il'lATE'lll-Hl'lANl),
liar hutUtid becoming cognliinl of tho
thu transaction, U thought to havo led to
tbo Doctor' assatilnation.
Owing to tho cowardly and premeditat
ed nature of thu aisiitsination, It it con
dounii'd on every ground by the citizens
ot Corinth, many nt whom appreciated the
doctor highly. A liberal reward will bo
otlurod tor the apprehension ul the aesas
iln. UKN'KltAL UUANTV OUAI'LAIN
HAH A "SOIT Till Nil
I'miii thu ll.iitlord Timi'n
Tbo lollowuig is an oxtrnct from a pri
vate letter, written nt sea, on thiMoiigu
from San i'mncixco for Japan, U a Con
necticut friend ;
.Stkamkii .I.h'ak, Juno 'J, 1873.
Wu huvu two iiiiiiisters on bonrd and
thu ship still tlonts. Wu have Dr. N'u.v
man, thu chapliuu of tbu Unitod .States
senate and pastor oi rrnsulent urauls
cbiircli. Ho Is appointed "Inspector of
consuls in Lliinuatnl ilapun, and to go
around thu world at govormmmt expense.
ills arduous duties are to vl-lt uacli ikiii-
tulato on his way, eat and drink a couple
ofdar with each, and lints on, thus sav-
ng hi I hotel bills. l'or tlieso ti v-
ing eurvices hu draws "i,00l) a
J our, and travelling oxponecc. Uls
wile, wbo is with blui, draws from ilia
government $2,000 a year more, and bur
traveling uxpcrmu, as hU privato secre
tary. He bus eighteen months leave of
absutico from bis post as chaplain of tlm
senate, and draws his salary all the timu ;
und I suppose hu draws bis Hilary as pas
tor of bis church in Washington. Who
would not bo a minister of tbo gospel to
UUsses l' How (llil'erent is all this
worldly iirollt and pleasuro from tho char
acter and lot of the honest minister of mv
boyhood, with bis $300 a year 1 Hut 1
suppotu wo until allow something for tbo
wear und tear ot conscience ( ') in a court
minlstor to Ulysses 1. Tho laborer is
worthy of bis biro.
WOMAN'S KlUHTd.
lljulncy Her:ild.
An evening contemporary tells tbo fol
lowini: story straight onoutrh toativu writ-
ing it up ourselves, so wu quotu :
"unu oi our wnulesnlo liquor dealers
held u nolo secured by deed of trust
aguiot a lady wbo Is doing business in a
town on tho lino of tbo 0. U. and (. road.
Shu called lo setilo thu mutter up, und
asked tbo amount, including interest up lo
date. One of thu Urm nruduced tho notu
and seated himself at thu desk to llguroup
theinturest.whun thu lady approached him
from behind and matched tho
note from his hand. Sho tore It into sev
eral pieces, which sho transferred to her
mourn quicker than you could say "Jack
uoumson." Tlio ueiitluman noticing tbe
movement, and being anxious to socuro
the note, or as much as tiossiblo. ran his
lingers in hor mouth, and to his astonish
ment found tlmt tbo aforesaid promise lo
pay was o evnintuliits, or in other words
sho had swallowed it, iuterost and all.
It ii is now lookiriL- for a lawvor to 11 ml
out what proceedings, If any, can lm Inilt-
i. wvy uses.
SAUUKIj I'. WllliKhKH,
mOUm' & fillNSELOR AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Otliee oer First National bank. .1-I.Vim
WILLIAM J. Al.LKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
OIUYeowr Kir.'t National liulik n-ltl-Ilm
UHKKN &. UILIIKHT,
ATTORN K Yh
Ann
OOUNaKl.ORS
AT LAW,
UAIKll, II.I.INOm.
William ll.liifxn,
n HilMUl u KUU
CIIIkh I (tilMir
rrili.M-li I MUntlcjli irlifii la A.lmltnlti in, I
SUaiiiUihI laiemt'HM.
oiririOK-
-OHIO I.KVKK, 1I0OMH 7 AND 8 OVHU
(J1TY NATIONAL HAWK.
.lohii II. MulKcy.
Willam U. illllkcy
MULRKV ,V SON,
ATTOUNKYS AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Ollli'f, rear room- out llaiinonV bonk
feloie,
NO. I'JI I'OMMKKCIAL AVENUK,
lletween Soenth anil Klglitli Mrecta.
Ml tl.
MKa. MoUKK,
"2tu A,.ti-I?mr,,,.,'1"',r"n """"""rei.1 sa.l Wtsb
KKW MILLIN'KHY 00UD3
LATKT M'HI.Vn ANH hUMMHft HT YLKH
litia lull iu ul
BOITITEITS &c HTV-ra
ITnmmcut nd untriinroi,
KIIF.MJII KLOWEIW, iUHHONi), THIMMINGH
of all klnils, Lar, elo., eto.
Mrs. Mof)i ha alio a lariie swaortinsnt
rsnoy Artlcl,uch .
HECK Tl.W. 01I.I.AUH, VSIIV.HHLKEVZB
And all ctbdrkrticlet.utuatlj lounil lo
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORK
Mrs. Mtflec, in addition to her Htock of
Fanuv aud M lllmv i,....u T... ' S-.-.V:
Complete aB;rune;iro a ,. I arir,t,
made Ladle' ami m.. at.. ..." ... V,
drelis' lloou liiaek and m (Jolor . Vheie
arcacknowlcdgcd uj, u,u flnen ami ii7.I
yver In the market, ui , til" u tl e ,mw
houso thy city that make, tde w' u "pcdaUy
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1873.
NNitRAnor.
W. II. Motris,
tjotsrr I'ubllu.
II. II, CjUUCt,
Ho. I'll!', tail' II. H. 0"5J
3l ' c. ,&r-
FIRK, (HULL. OAUOO, LIVE STOCK
ACCIDENT, LIFK,
.KTNA, HAKTKOHli,
- fSMi.ioi
Aseoiii.,
MOIITU AMERICA, I'A.,
A""1" It.Tll.WXi n
UAHTKOKI), OONN.,
" IJ,MI,JI(I7
I'UaCNIX, lUUXPOHU,
A"""" " - II.TSI.IIS 8(1
INTERNATIONA I,, N. T.,
- Il.3tl.sis
AlrintM..,.,
AHeu',,
PUTNAM, UAUTKOKD,
l7ifl,V37S
Ol.KVKLANI), OI.KVKLANU,
I16,7S as
lita,
UOMK.COLDM1IUS,
u," tm.vfi i
AMKHICAN OKNTKAL, MO.,
" IKio.ini
AnHla.
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIKE.
',l't l,ni(,l 10
TltAVKI.EIW, llArtTKOUl), I.IKK ANll
ACCIDENT,
"nt ,. ii,aoo,i ii
KAI1.WAT PAHIENflEBd A.SHUHANCK
CO., HAKTKOKli,
""" " ....'..... "ifHSI.UKI IV)
1 ' INDEl'INDENT, 1IOBTON,
" - SSl,llBIl (W
SA1-FOIID, MOJllirs A UANDKK,
71 Ohio
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF OU10AOO, ILLINOIS.
OuNr'L.OKKiCK, 17'J WahhinotonSt.
A.OTIVA, 8650,000.
This Oennan Life liiHtinuien Comninj
gtiaranUiCH not only J'ald-tip I'nllclna but
aNo a Vuluo lu Cash on the Non-lorleltiirr
plan
JOHN A. HUCK. - - . resident
U. KNOHKLSDORF, - . - Hocrotary
:iOIIN W. 1'RUK.SH,
Agent for Cairo and Weiulty.
lUSMCilKBUiVU.
8KOTION NO. 47.
A-Koriatlon for promoting Life Insurance
and hick Relief by weekly due aud mutual
i o-operatlon lu object of public beuetit.-
I'hc Lllo In-urance 1'ollcles vylll be liatioil
by the Tcutonlu Life lusuraucu Company.
1I.MBYER3, rrosldont.
JOHN W. l'RUESS, Ao't.
rorCnlrowna Vlclnltr
FIRE AND MARINE
IIST STTIR,.A
(joni'AntCM.
NIAOAHA, N. Y,
Aaatiln
...Il,l3.liln
QKIIMANIA, N. Y.,
AHtJtita.,
I,eea,ll 7h
UANOVKR, H. Yn
AhhuU w H T3o ImI9 O"
KUPU1IL10, N. Y.,
Assets ,Ttl,ttl& ui
" Cotniirlsinn UitUnUt.rwiltir' Aimoj,
YONKKIUJ, N. Y.,
'" 87B 101
AIDANT CITY,
Asaots
Aiiaeta,
riKiiKNn rvKV, . r.,
BKCUHITY, N. Y. UAIIINK,
(.... .. 1,;,W8
Hloren, Dwlllniia. Kiirnlliirn. Ilulla an, I Oi,
miiuriw ai raips u lavorabln as sound, tft
-.. . u.vu. . I rui iiniiiut,
1 ruapootfull aak of ttia oltitaosot C.
atiMfOf tbeir plroDj(e.
i. m. ItlilMIKN.
t'UMHINNION A.I rIBWAUniIU
r.. I). HATuUBS.. J o nilL
MATHUSS& UIIL
ANI UENKHIL
(3 O M M I 3 S I ON M RUR HANTS
DtAI.KKH i.N
)AV AND WESTERN l'KODUUK
OHIO I.KVKK.
JOHN U. 1M1LLIS& SON,
(Hiioc.ora ti.John 11, I'tillln,)
(HON ERA L COMMISSION
Aim
FOR WARD1NU MKRCHANTH
Ann
UKALElta IN HAY, CORN, OATH,
Flour, Meul, Bran, &c,
AOENTfi FOR LA KLIN AND RAN I)
ruwDKK COM I'A NY.
Cm. Tenth SritHKT avi) Ohio Lbvkk,
UAIUO, ILLM.
W.M. II. WALKEU (o.,
(I.ate Walker .V llan j.)
(! UN Kit A I, C0.MM ISS10N M KUCHA XT.S
run a.i,i: or
ColINTItV, WKaTKilN AND NnhTllKUN
OPBODTJCE
Nm. n ami 17 North Wuterstrorl.
MOIIILE, ALA.
tSTVpecial atleiitlon Klven to coihikii.
ini'iits. K.t0
U. CLOSE,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Scaler In
LlMKCKMXtiT, l'LABTKlt, HaIB, KtC.
Mo Ohio I.ti,
...P".1 w,'" "c" ,n uar Iota at muniilac
turem' prices, addinx freight. 4-!-tl
COFFEY, 1IAUULSON&CU,
(Successors to 1). Hum So ,
AMI
Commission Merc bantu
IMII U OKAI.V AMI HAT.
No 03 Oblu Lovoo, CAIRO, ILLS,
Homo Advertisements.
IIANKN
ENTERl'RISE SAWJNUfc
(Jil'Srtflre.l If srelt It, 144.
ovnee or
CITY NATIONAL II AN It, CAIRO
orrictKa :
A, U. SAFFORD. l'resldont;
f; H,'.'i'A,Y,i'.VKJ Ice-Fresldent;
ILinsi.Ol', Socrotary' and Tieavjroi
tiiatOTOasi
f. M. Utaotst,
K. U.orocsnttu,
K. Ii. CossisaatB,
J. M. Phillim
"A. Uitiaasa,
Paoj. (I. UVjkc.,
U. l-.flsuii,;,,
Oepuelta ot tutw Atnounl aUnHilf mllrosu
I.NTKKK8T pant on (Ispo-lU atlhe rale ol ail
X-peroent. psr annum, Maoh 1st and Boptem
J a y;U)he princll of ibe dePaslts7ih.rTb,
KlTinKlboroeorapouudlDlereat. "ro
UAHHUD WOMCN AMI) UU1LURIN MAT
ucrbniT uonkt
tO THAT KlJoi IIISOAN liaiW IT.
Open ef or j bu.lnxH da rrom v .tu. to s ti.m
au.i oaiurdar t-.s lor HA VINO liKI'oarrt
"' W. IIIHI.OP.Tr.sur.r.
THE CITY NATIONAL
II A I II O,
UAl'lTAL,
II.I.IMllS
HI 00,11011
W. f. llAl.l.llMY. PreiiJ.ht,
ilK.NHT I1AI.I.1DAV. WPfIJrni
A. H. HAKFOR1). Cahlilor;
WAl.TKK IITHLOI", miila0aitilcf
blatotuksi
HmtnTiTUih, KnssiiT II. OuKaiaoiu
HsakV L. IIiilii., W. I'. Hallidit,
lliu. 11. WllLIAMSON, Hltl'IIKa HlkD
A. II. tjirruun.
L'antiniiae. Coin itad t'slll Ntmra
Honda Uausjlil itod Hula.
Ditt-OrtlTH rMlrel, aad s general ban kink
bUrtlUHH ilunn.
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
O V (IA1UII,
It. W. .Mu.l.KH, PrenldenU
J. M. 1'uiLi.ii-is, Vluv-rrentdent.
CllAS. CUNMNQIIAM, Caliier.
O'JLLKOTIONU I'ROMPTLV MADE.
EXOIIANOK. coin, bank nolrn and VmM
Hlatcs rMurUles bouaht and Hold.
Internal Allowtxl on 'llnin llrpoalla.
IKI'miEM.
HERMAN SCIIMETZSTOIU-'F,
(1'nn.i.cssoi lu 11. TUlclouki-.)
ISeitUr III All Kinds
FAMILY GROCERIES
WASHINGTON AVKNUK.
1IETWKKN TK.NT11 A Nil KLIVKNTII bTIlKETh
Having purchased tbn groecry estahlish
In,.,, ..f II TI.I..I....I... ,
... ft ii,vii:i:ni', 1 Mian aiiv.-ivs sei't
on hand a full anil fresh supply of all the besl
goods in my line, to be found In the market
liy strict attention to business, ami lalnlnul
Ing, 1 hope not only to retalu all the custom
the place has enjojed lu the past, hut to add
to the list many now patrons. Asking 11
..in nii.uu in iuonu paironagc,
Hi'spectfully, Hmt.MAN ftCllMKlS101tFI;
7-1U tl
H. A. Ihouia L. U. Thorn
TIIOMS k UKOTUEK,
titicccsosrs to II. M.Huleti,
(n).MM!SSION.MKH(;HANT.S,liHOKEltS
AMI DKAI.KItH IN
NlNliln mid Knncy l.rorerlrs,
Foreign and Ooniestio
181 Commercial Avenuo,
CAIKO. . . ILLINOIS
IIOOTN AMS NIIOI'.S.
r. ji. i-tianlz, a. Ui-itlngcr.
V. W. STKAWTZ .VL'O.,
A.N'ATOMK'AI,
ROOT and SHOE MAKERS
Corner of
Kiuirr Stkkkt and Com.mkhui.vi. Avknue
All kinds of boots ami Minns lit n r
ucr on snort notice, anil nritio latest ami
most fuslilouablu sljlcs. Ladles boots, shoes
ami gauers a speciality. H-2-tf
IIOAT NTOKEH.
HAM WILSON,
D 1 1 L 1 a 1 n
BOAT 8TOEE9
OHUOIBliS,
rilOVlHIODHI KTC.
No. 110
Ohio Lkvis
(jAino, Ii.-.
NTKAM1IOATN,
6 A i ko AND "pa bueAiY
All. HOAT.
The splsniiid stssmer
JAS. FISK,
Dick Fowlkk, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday oxceptod) at
I p.tu Fur freight onassago apply oulioal or
to Jan. MALLOHY. Ag't.
DANIEL LAMPEIIT,
PASIII0NBLE BARBER
Kiouth Ht., Ut. Com. & Waul,
CA1HO. ILLS.
Homo Advortiscmciits.
MKAI. lutrAtK' AUEMt .
Jotaj, Q. Harnnn.
Chi- Tlmipp
gOHN Q. I1ARMAN i CO.,
REAlf ESTATE AGENTS
OOLLKOTORS
AMI
CONVKYANCfclW
North Uor. oruili ai nud Ohio l.esa
Caiko, 1lusoib.
ii VrT ,or ,! at Iov ik'iircs and easy terms
U,?,fu0wlnrettUtiile.
.. i i '"An legaiit lottaec, corner Twelfth
and Locust street, lst!7uiiilW,b 1, third ad.
i.iU above grade, r lots in b 4, In what is
known as tin "Ridge Hlock:" tbo.o lots run
tbrouyhtho block irom hllletiitli to Mx
uientu Htrecb), and the best reildenee prop
Uuproved" ullya(,Jln,lll property hlahly
No a-Lota3 and 4, b 45, city, Washington
avenue, between Thirteenth and Kourtei nth
street, vve-it bide. Good two-story building
on each lot. ' B
Nli.l AIko, vacant lots ft and ll. adjoining
the abovo. Lot U, U , My,
! .. Sl.Jftn Mrcel, Miutli side,
lielWeen I'uintiinri'lal mil) U'...i,ii.i.. .u..
mii'H, will be fold In tracts to suit purchaser,
cry low aud on easy terms.
No 4 Lota 7 mid a, corner ot Four
tt eiith am) I'opUr streets, front on Poplar
street. West side, oppoilm pu-t-jllke block.
.No ft-Spleildld bllsliu.aa tjtl I Ult ll sr. rest-
lelice In aiii-iiiiii mn 11 .. i. .11 1
hunt ami rear atulrway, water on both lloors,
lu number mie conclltfoii; situated on not th-
cm corner 01 Commercial avi uuo and
Iwellth utrcet. A great bargain If cold
soon.
No 0 I.oU 4, 7 and 0, 1, yj, cty,
ijoiiniiurclal avenue, he ween Kouith and
r 1111 streeis, j,ot 20 and 9C1, Ii aa, city, 01
v aMiiiigton meniie, between Klllh and
Mxth strecti. Terms ea-iy, pi k-o law
No 7 Lot 14, lu h 18, on .Miictecnth
street, between Commercial aenue und
l'oplar strict ;i great bargain. Lota., U fi.v
Istud., on Wuililiigtuu nveiiuu.
No --Two crv tlelrable busincs hou.es
ami two lotH, on Sixth street bet ecu Com
mercial and Washington u chuck, will i
sold at terms to pay purchaser rental of a.1
per cciu on imustmeiil.
No U-Six lota III I) 2!1, 1st ad. High
ground. J-.licach on easy ji.-tyments.
No 111 Lots 1 aud a. In Ii in.nl,
Tenth and Lece streets. Rest husluc loca
tion in lliu city terms easy. 1.0121, 22 and
2:ilu ti 111, Istud., south corner ol Tnehllclli
aud l'oplar streets. Also three lots 111 court
huiiso block, lronting on l'oplar street.
No 11 A i-plelidiil two-sliiry residence on
north-east comer of Walnut and .Ninth
streets, with two lots very desirable prop
No 12 Lota IS and 10. Ii 7rt snulli 1.M,. nt
Twelity-tlrst street, opposite "Convent
Itlock" Nery desirable lor residence pur-
No 1.1 A well Improved farm or2IO acres
W acres under cultivation: houses and bam
good orchard, bearing treea; running water
through farm uboe oertlow. (mv ipiarter
mile from station and depot of Cairo .t M.
Louis railroad. Will ho sold on easv terms
for ?I2J per ucre.
' Nu 14 Tcnol the choicest lots, In block
f7, 1st addition, uboc crude, beutitilul resi
dence location, will be sold at a great bar
gain. Wo call particular attention to this
property us It will be sold very low.
A KINK CIIANCK KOU IX VIIBUIK.ST.
In addition to the foregoing wu otler for
ale. or leae, a large number of var.int lot-,
In different parts ol the city, embracing No
1 business und residence property.
In linimiiroied lands, we liniu for sain'
ner2."i.WKJ acres in Alexander and Pulaski
counties, at prices ranging from 2 tuSiri
per acre, and are prepared to oiler induce
ments to purchasers mat cannot bo Mimlled
In Colorado, Texas or any other place or by
"any other mail." A large amount 01 lands of
me very oesi quality, 111 .Mexuiiilt-r.ntul Til-
la.-M counties, neioiiging 10 thu Illinois Ceil
tral Railroad company, tor the sale of which
wo are tho agents, will be sold ery low und
on such easy terms that 11 pcr-on of imlu.tri-
ins iiuoiis, wiin u very small sum ot ruady
moiiuy, on lu rew vcars uecome ml!
owner of u productive farm. We hac
plats and descriptions ot all lands offered
tor sale and will take picai-uro In showing
IMircJia-uiB the ptupcrt)- '1'itlvx lo all lands
sold by us guaranteed, and shown irom the
paienico wncn required by abstracts. Ap
ply to .JUli.V C;. UAHMAN A CO.,
wi. mu aim i.on-e sis., vuiro, llli.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUOTIONKKHS,
74 (SICCONK rLOOB) OHIO LBYKB,
OA 1 110, IU
Uuv and Sill Rkal Estati,
PAY TAXES,
KUKNIBH ABSTHACTS OK TITLK
And mrre GonT6;sia of Klads!
fllYNIUIAWM.
J rwrKiGMAxVT
I'hvslelun. siiil'i'oii unit :i.'.w.ii..i,pr- (ini
I'weltth stieet. belNSeeu Walnut mnl i:ilUp
"irceis. 7.1-.,
A. J. ItOE. M. D..
Ollh-e over Thorns ,t llro.'n grocery store,
No. 1U4 Coiiiini-ii'lal aenue. corner KlL'btb
siriei. jiesiueuce corner Wa out unit
1 weiiiyursi sticels.
Dll 11. 0. TA HER,
Will resume the practice of bis profession
with especial reference to tbe i.rtrl,.
ireaiment 01 tiineascs in all the new and im
proved methods oralllillcatinn.
In all cases of female complaints a ady
U.'lll I... I.I ut.i.n.l..
uttli-e, 12a Commercial avenue, up stairs.
R. S. HRIO FIAM. M. 11..
Ilomccpatlili! physician and Hirgenn. Of
lieu 1..U liininerelal avenue. Kesldelice
uiMiior oi r-ieeutii auu Cedar streets.
i-i i -in
H. WARDNER, M. D.
Olllee and KcHilcncc 111 C'nmmeridal avn.
nut-, uiuAi uoor to tno Alheiicumj
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
KEHIDKNOK-No. 21 Thirtesnih strfwt, b
lwenn Wmhlnulun iitnnnin,! w.ln .1
iMitvn-i, uuinuiiirciai avenus, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNINO, M. D.
OKMIDENOK-cornrNlnth and Wln.u m.
IVUIIlCH COIDur hlxth atritnt i.n.1 (lhli
w.uu iiuui.-iruni o m.m. io ik m., anil s p.m
DR. G. E. DOUGLAS,
IDEILSTTIST.
A constant hlllltllv nt nnra Kltrnn Ovl.l.
Oas for the painless extraction of teoth, at
the oentai , i.ooms or Dr! DouaV, succ"esor
to ir a. m. Austin, Eighth street, mh
MimiKK.
WHITE COLLAR PLANING MILL
h WAl.TKHN, Proprlolor,
est lis la
HARD and SOFr LUMBER
AMD
LATH, HIllNOLKH, CEDAK POSTf
UOORS, SASH, BLINDS
OKDKiia Solicited.
Steamboat Lumbbr,
furnished on sbortstt notios.
Cumtnercial avontio, betwoon Tonth and
Klaventu it rusts
CAIRO: lilLXlTOIB.
Our Ilomo Advortisera.
t'O.MMInsno,, jiuijoiiaXTN.-
UA'LLIDAT BROTnERS
GENERAL AGENTS
FOHWARDINO and COMMISSION
ami i iiantr,
DEALERS IN FI OUR;
And Attrals ol
OllIU HIVKH ANll KANAWHA
ei a ivx" aoM"i jsr r him .
70 Ohio Lkvkr,
Oaiuo, Illisioih.
KM'AIII.IMItilt ISM.
J. 0. MATUEWSON,
COMMISSION MERCHAN'l
And Agent Tor
IlAZ.Ktl AMi Dtll'ONT l'o 1'Kll Co.,
AUGUSTA, OA.
7-'J-3m
k
E. 0. PACE A CO.,
I" O H W A K IS I tl
A N Ii
COMMISSION MEKCHANTS-
bEALKItS IN
HAY,
CORN.
OATS,
MEAL,
FLO UK AN II COUNTKY l'UODUOE
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
3-12U
MILLER k PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
sin
KOHWAKDINO MKKOUANTB,
tin
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AO K NTH ou KAIKBANK'H HUA LEM
Ohio Levee, CAIKO, U.LINOIH.
H, I). AYKHS.
K. J. AriK
AYERS & CO.,
FLOUR
AMI
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lkvkk, Caibo, Ills.
l-7tf, '
PE T E R UU 11 L,
i-Vltll ItO
FLOUR MERCHANT
AND
MILLEBS' A.B2S'I,,
No. HU OHIO I.KVKK.
3-20 tf. CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
ia-
J. M. Phillips,
Forwarding and Commisfiion
vx,mmi8810D
MERUHANT,
ISO
WUAKP-BOAT l'ROPKIETOH.
propirodlo fortv ird all kinds of fr eight.
rumiinuittUnJui tu prnroptlr;
WOOD RITTENHOUSK! & "nj0
FLOUR
t0
Goncral Couiiuisaion MeroJian
181 OHIO L1VBB
Our Homo Advortiaera.
Mi.s('r.i.t.Aroim.
HEM IS, HROWN & CO.,
BAG MANUFACTURERS
Am.NTH Hume Cotton Mills
NO. 80 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
1-5-2UI.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TKNTH STKKKT,
lltTWIEN WAHH ll AVKMtm AND WALNUT
Dr. II. P. fulds Inform in nuMIc Ihtt hs ha
ii,nMl
V K H ' S T A H L K
un Ui norltiifit ild of 'Isutb rlrnrt m csa
Ills S'sIIsh will ,r fmalsriBj with noon tut th
BEST HORSES
AND OOOD VEHICLES.
ami the public inav be accommodated at at
hours ol the day and night Hith safe teauit
on the lo-ve't terms.
Dr. Klclds asks a share of public pitrontKo
and will endeaor to merit It by lair dcalin
and strict attention to bust
WAik7 MANUAUTOUV
For Salo at Wholosalo or Retail,
COK.NER :52D-HTnttT ASH OHIO LIVII
Cairn, Illinois.
II" J P. UAMHI.K
WARD St ROBERTS,
Dkalkrs 15 Window Hhadm,
Wall 1'ArKtt, I'lke White
LlEAD, LI.-41KKD Oft.
ILLUMINATIMO OIL,
f finiT TiT.rKNTi.vi, Olu
S 11 k 1. lac, Alcohol, Kic, Etc.
Waslilniiton avenue and Kleicnth street,
Caiko, - . . iLLiKor
"PARKER 4 RLaITk
btusss
WALL PAPER, PAINTP,
f tiltr. Bual, llaaollnn,
WI1TDOW GLA8B.
WINDOW dUADIS,
Sol tin. elt.liral. illuinlnatin
AURORA OIL.
nilOnrt' LUILDINi? 001 ilTII T. 4 OOkt
MBKOIf iV.,
ILLIBOIS.
Caiuii
Caiko Box ani JUaskkt Co.
Dealers In
LU3IHEK OF ALL KINDS
IIAHIS AMI so it.
Ifceii constantly ou baud
Klookimi ami Siih.no, Ai,n Latii.
Orilera Mollrltnl.
MILL AND YAISIl CORSICIt TIIIIlTV-roUKTU
srr.EKT and onto leykk.
CAIKO, . ILLINOIS, 7-.-.0t!
CARL PETERS,
BLACKSMITH
'or.i:ivrutli anil Poplar MM..
Informs tbe public that ho baspncffoa tbe
services of a Klrst-class Waijon makerand
also a Klrst-class Horse slioor and Is ready
to manufacture anil cpatr all kinds of worn
In this trade with npair and dispatch,
3--;iin.
WIN KM A AO LlltUVUI).
11. SMYTH & CO.,
j WHOLESALE OKOOKKU,
I
OHIO Livita
UAIMU. ILLIIUIS,
Also, keep eoDstantly on hsuj a moil oom
plutn stock of
SCOTCH AMD IklrtH WUIBKIU
-O I N H,
1'ort, MadBrla.Shorryand Catawba "WlnM
K. Smith & Co. aro also amenta for Spen
cer, Jlehay Afo.'s l'lttshuri; ale,oluhlch
larKU niui-fc la Kepi COnstailtlV 00 t
lbelr'linlealn storo.
at
Summer Attention to tho
trade. Having u largo selec
tion of liandsonio white goods
vory cheap, Batiste do valcn-
eiennis, plain striped and fig-
tired styles ; Swiss's, plain.
striped and figured ; Victoria
lawns, plain striped and fig.
V- ' ""iaw"va " HI
eties and patterns ; Nansooka
patterns ; linen lawns, white
and figured ; Percales in hand
some figures and designs; oin-
broidereis in largo assort
incuts ; whito trimmings in
large assortments ; linen suit-,
ings in all shades ; linen dam
asks, handsomo pattorns ;
have in storo a very complete,
largo and seasonable assort-
meat of dry goods yory cheap.
J. I1ANNY,
P. S. Ploaso call, no trou
ble to show goods. 6-28 tf

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