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JOUN H. OBKRLY, EDITOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND OOUKTT.
rHB BULLET I N.
HrnillUK ninllrr an etery Ih
UIIUS'IIA.N Cli UltCll Klvrhtit-ntli Mrrct
between Wa.ldntftunand Walnut.
Sleeting eury Sunday nt W a. in . .itid
.-unday school al 3 p. hi,
Prayer mectiug Wednesday ewiilni:.
t'rescbluir, Sabbath ut 101 a.m. ami 7) p.m
Prayeruieetlr.tr. Wednesday at 74 p. ni.
'abbath School, .1 p.m. .1. Si. I.auaden, -Stl-peribtendent.
Ukv. II. TlU VKlt, Pa-tor
HLTHODISIV Cor. Klghthand Walnut flt.
I'rear.blnp, Hahbatb nt lui a.m., and 7 p. m
flayer tnortltiv, Wednesday, 74 p.m.
-.bbath School, :i. p.m. I.. W. Htlllwell,
(superintendent. Ukv. ! I,. Thomibon,
iHLW. II OF I'ltK l(r.liKKVU-iio.ui'co-
MojUuc prayer", rfab'balli 11)1 a.m.
aM atb .sVhonl, M a.m.
Kiev. I'. Coin, lUttor.
I PATKKK'd rUIltCM Nlnlli Ml. ul
V aililBtrton Avenue.
FuMIc service, Sabbath, .:I0 ami lot a.m.
tptrf, i p.m.
"abbaUi School. 2 p.ui.
J trice every ilay, a.m.
ItKV. 1. .1, U'itAl.l.OKA.I. I'lll.-l.
'I JOSF.Pll'S CTHlftCH.-fGenniii,) n.r
iicr of Walnut awl Oro-a atieeK
Ma-i, every Sabhitu at Kl o'clock a. m.
uper. 2 p. in.
.Ma-i ilillilit' ttt ek '!), u'duck a. In.
ItKV. t . HOSKMAN, 1'nrM.
tUiiiAN i.i rHi:itANrmiHf:ii-i.itb
ltrett between Wellington Acuile add
('reaching Sunday morning at 10 oVIoek.
,.bbath School at 2 o'clock p.m.
ItKV. (. DUKHfU-'IINKK, Factor .
iOI'N'U SHIN'S CHRISTIAN AS.-oCIA
I ION. Regular meeting ktouiI Slonday
each month at their room over Rockwell
A C'o'abook .tore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prajer ine'tlii)?, Friday, 7i p.m. at
I.. W. SlILI.WEl.L, Pretldent.
-K( ONI SU.-sJONAItY IIAI'll.Vl
(11LHCI1 orncr -jeauioie and Fort
tlrt fetreet. Preaching .-ahballi at 11
o' lock a in. and Ilo'cloik p. 111.
.-unday f-ehool I o'clock p. in.
I he cbiin.b i connected witli the lUinmi.
Atociatloii- by tli I'lrt .M1liur ll.ii
tltt C hwrch ol tin).
It. SOLOMON I.EO.ViKtl. I'aiUir.
AKUIC AN JIhlU()l)ll. Koiiltctntti, be
tucen Walnut and Ledar.
senlctf, sabbath, 11 t.in.
3''jbath school, H p.m.
ClarK meet, at p.m.
rKCONU KKKK Wll.l. IIAP TIST--Klf.
tttuth Hueet., between Walnut and Cedir.
service. Sidibath, 1 and .'1 p. m.
I'.ev. N. Ittchs, l'.utor.
Htl.K Wll.l, HAl'TISI' IIOSIK SIl.vIO.S
.SAilllA'l lI ntllOlli..-orm r Walnut
and f'edar Street. i
Mibbuth achnol, !' a.m. 1
r iitsr niKH wii.i. i!.rnT m itcii
..enrfr... Sal.halh 11 a.m.. 2 Ii.ui. A 74 li. III.
.Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. A Tip,
ltr.V. Wm. K.l.l.tV. l.titor.
MUST MISSIONARY ltAl'TIsr CllfltCII.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St-,
'reaching .-abbath, In a.m. and 74 p.m.
J'rayer mectlu'. t ilnvday evening.
1'reachliii;, r nday eteniic.
aabbaUi schogl, 1 l.m. Jobn aiiltailer
aud Slary ,Meph(in, .superintendent..
RKV. t. J. -MOKta, 1'a-tor.
tCC OND KAI'TIST CIIUltC'll-Kourteenth
ftrett, between Odar and Walnut. I he
duly Uaptl-t chun li reconlzed by the A
etnrr; habbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and . p.m.
ltl .UCOH IIIUDLKV, Klder.
lAIKO COS1SIANDKKY. So. 13--;W
AMetnjly at the At ylum Slasoulc lull, tlr-t
and third .Mondays In each month.
CAIKO COUNCIL, No.'JI.-lleifUlar Conyo
ration at Maonlo Hall, the fecond Iriday
in each mouth. ..... .
CAHIO CHAl'TWl No. 71.-teU ar Con-
vocatlou at Slavonic Hall, on the third
Tueiday of every month,
JAIKO L'ODOF-, -0. 237 K . & A. -M.-He'-
lar CommunlcaUona at Slasonlc Hall, the
cond and fourth Mondays of each mouth.
AI.KXANDKII LODGE, 221 Sleets In Odd-
r cllowi' HaU, In Arter'n bulldlm;. every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Onvenior-John L. Ucvctldse.
r-ecreury or State-Ocorse II. llail-w .
Auditor of Stute-C. E. Llnplucott.
State Treasurer-Caper Kutz.
Attorney General ,)auic K. Ldsall.
upt. l'ubllc InstnicUon-Newtou llatemin
Penators-ltlcbard .1. Oglesby and John A.
''"fepr'esentatlve Klijhteeuth Dlstrlct-I-acc
JIEMUEK3 GENEKAJ, A33KMHI.Y.
Hoprtsentatlve In the Wth dl.trict.j
.lolm H. Oberly, Win. A. Lemma aud Suth-
fc.in.tor for the With dlitrlct.--.le-e Ware.
.ludfro-D. J. UaUer, of Alexander.
Bute's Attomcy-l'atricl: H. Pope.
Clerk-It. S. Yopum.
bherirl-A.H. In In.
Wm. Martin isseesor ami I'rcaiurtr.
.luibe- f llross. , ,
Associate-.!. K, McCrlle and H .SUrchll
uon. Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
( ornner John 11, Ook.man.
Mayor John Wood,
'Twanircr H, A. Cunningham.
Comptroller K. II. l'allii.
Clerk SUcl-iel Howley.
Attoniey 11. Waunn Webb.
Police .MaglKiraiC r . iiiona aim
Street (Jommlstlouer D. !. Mulligan.
Health Olllccr W. Woolen.
Slembora Polico Force A. (Jain haruent,
F. Whltcamp, Plillllp Helm, C'hai. .Mehiier
md P. A. Conunt.
BOAHt) OK AUIKHMKN,
Flrt ward -H'r.un llUby and .1. M.
1 Second ward Herman Mcycri mid Wood
Third wunl John Hellwen and h. Hon.
'ourth ward 0.
F. Nelli and M. J.
McOauley. . , , .
Fifth ward duo. II. Huliiiinii and Wm,
HAM W 11 SON,
f 330A.T aTOBa I
a H o a k h ! x n .
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
IT IS KUMOIMW) THAI' CAI'T.
I.U.'K IK TO JJH lll'.VC.
IMPORTS ('ONCF.HNING' 'NIK
siorx a.vd ciii:yknni
MOIIK CAVAI.UY TKOOPd WAXT-
Kl) !V (3 UN' KTAMI.KY.
INDIAN COMM1SSIONKK SMITH.-
opinion a uour Tin: Indian!.
ai'T jack's t:)H!iii:
Nkh Yoke, Augmt 1'.'.- A WajLlog
luh ip:cial ihji that proceellDgi of tbe,
f-nirt martial in tha ca.e of Captain Jack
and other .l.lur wero ri.-lvej nt (he
uar department tu-day. It it believed
that the court will llnd them nil Kuilty
ainl uiitnro them to be JuncsJ
WiiiMno.v, Atij;iit 12. Tim follott
iti telegram was received by (iermral
Mirrtiiaii thi" tnoruini
('iiicaoo, Auicii'l 12 I87i.
( Oeneral V. T. .Sherman .
I There in now luffiolent evidence to con
I Hrm the otlieial rpport of th flight le
' tween tho Sium and l'ame' on I'.epub.
liran river The l'awneei weru punished
j and utterly defeated. Their lo" ii greater
' than at tint rejuirted. Thne in)l
were. I think, th OnlUlU, Itrute. and
I I'.ed Cloud-
Slft'ied; I'. II. SllKl.li.iN,
'.I. i 1MH,
i 'uintiiMidinu tbe Yf llowiimie eipwlinnn.
ritei at follow!
Cahi- i I! ap I.am, ten mile- from
Yullowntone. and ti aUive l'owder river.
ia I'.iiuiari'k Anoint 1, leTU Ye have
been three dnyj in the bad land' below
and uppo!!.' I'.iwder river, but we hope
t., feai h tbe S'ellonntnno to-day. I lmve
found the rmd through thern very bail
and KTh-t i 0"r 'J'he .1,,.
'phiin1. will lit' very welcofiiH. i. neel
torage and clothing badly. Lieut. C
Hrarkett of the Swond ravalry, cmitiiand
. At IV.it KiAutbrouirh. v t .
lory, under date of July 'i'-. wrlteitu tbe
assistant Militant general nt Oinnhn
Lieut Wheelur returned from lu s out
after the lndian who murdered Sir
P.ichards and Mrs. Hall on the 'J'i in it.,
last ovening. He followed them till the
trail was washed out by tho evoro hail
1 and rain storm, and found itusole's to go
any further. In hi opinion these wero
, mou from alovo Ft. I'otlcrman. Intny
i opinion a thorough scout ought to
be mane irom tuir to retierinan,
with three companies of cavalry. I think
two more companies should be sent hero
for summer and autumn, which could be
sent away at tho approach of winter.
Company II has ben scouting, and it is
fair they should be relieved and sent down
towards" Omaha to winter Lnles moro
troops aro sent bore it Is only a question
of timo when all settlors on Passoagie will
bo killed by savages.
Tbe roport was forwarded to Gen her
idin and ho endorsed it as follows
Hnyft s Miutaisv Div.or .Mo, i
Ohicaoo. August S, 1ST2.
The murdors and robberies mado from
timo to timo in Wind Kiver valloy aro by
tbe Sioux or their allios, tbe Nothcrn Ar
apboes or Ubeyonncs, who have homes in
the country about Vis. rottorman and
Laramie. They come nrnl return so rap.
Idly it is iinmpo-ible for troops to over
take tbem. I do not approve of tho
scant proposod, as it docs no good. How
over ir tho govurnment desires to piini-h
tho Indians after tboy reach borne, with
tbe troops at Fottorman and Laramie, I
thiuk we can do it by taking advnntago
of some favorable opportunity. There are
no Indians in tho western country who so
richly deserve a hard blow as those about
Signed P. II. Sheridan.
Upon being received by Sherman the
document wn endorsed as follows
llCQU'S AHMY, I
i Washington, D. d. i
IWspectiully forwarded to the secretary
of war for bis information. 1 really do
not understand by what treaty or by what
authority any Indians are allowed U re
side at or near Forta Laramie and Fetter
man. In my judgment they should be
be corn polled to goto their reservations
ami stay there.
Slgnod.) V T Siikkmav, General.
INIHA.N tOMMISblOS en's visn.
CillcAno, August 12.- A special to the
Times from HIou City says K. P. Smith,
commissioner of Indian affairs, arrived to
day accompanied by bis wife and duugbler,
having Just concluded h trip from Ills
marck, visiting on route all agencies on
tbo river, and holding councils with the
Indians, who be found inclined to peaco,
Tho commissioner Jwas hardly satisfied
with the condition of tbe Indians at points
above Yankton, where there is
little opportunity for agricultural pur
suits, the country being generally barren.
This fact tbe commissioner thinks compli
cates the Indian question, nnd be has
, i,ima lionei ol induclne the Indians in
tboe location to attempt stock raising,
and with this view ho purchased soino
I stock in Dakota, and lett with them. Hit)
commissioner will to-morrow start on a
visit to Winnobngo and Omaha agencies
WAalllNOlON, August 12. The special
committee have sent to tbe department of
state a full "port on Irregularities
charged against Gen. Vanlluren, and tbe
rcpllei thereto, together with correspon
dence, ovidenco nd riporti connected
therewith. Tho correspondence la volum
iiioui, and touches upon all points In
vnlvd In tho management ol the Aineti
can department, sucu as the ro-
ccptlon of money by Van
Hurcn for the privilege of eroding bars
r.nd reitauranln, and tbe corrupt contract
for roofing the Amerl'-an court, and va
riuty of other matter which has berotofore
been published, In conclnsion tho com-
mitteo find that thecomrnistion to tonua
has been managed corruptly, and for per
tonal purposes, to the great detriment o(
the American department, and in viola
tion of American honor, and exposed the
Unltod States to national lmmllll at
Vienna and throughout tbe world.
I I'OKTIANU. AUl'Ult 12. Iho Slnino
atato Democratic convention orsaiiired
to-day, with flea. P. S. Nlcl;eroii in the
chair, viho said he would not tnakt a
speech, having neither advico nor sug
iestions to otler, 'M dolec.ates were prev
T11HKK M UN UHUU'N KU IN
TIIK HIVKU AT I'lTTSHrUG.
A -AI) a WIDEST.
PnTatiuno, August l'J About six
o'elock lat evening a turriblo accident,
reiulting in death, by drowning, of three
nun, ccurl at .MoKee's Uocks about two
rnilet below this city. A itatboat lying
there was too heavily laden, and men had
been working bard to lighten it all the af
ternoon About HI !oehtliu tarl Wfc
done, and evn men, composing therow,
who wero a. work, etit into
a small skill to row ahnre. They had
scarcely roed ten yard.- when, from be
ing overloaded, tbe sUitl tilled and sank,
and the mn wore Struggling in the water.
Tliusn who saw tbe occurreiii.' sboutol
the alarm, and n number of men ran to
tbe river bank, trying to find n boat to
row o-it tc their rejetie N" craft could
U procured, and the spectators
were omp..lle. to witnes tho
awfi.l .pectaclo ol feoing the
men drowlng before their eye, no means
of a-ii'tance being availablu. Four of the
... -...it .iitfliNl tt, -AAnttlnH iI.m hnre,
but three were drowned. A large crowd
.ooii collected, and n search was made for I
tho bodie? but until n lato hour la't night (
only one bad been recovered. 1 his was a
man named Murray, a native of Ireland,
aged about if years. One of tho other
victims was a man namel Eagan and the
tbird was a steamboat mate, name un
known. A force of men will be at w-.rk
to-day to recover tho other bodie.
A I KE.IlIET
ISauiuohe, August 12. The heavy
rains caused a froshet on tbe line of the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad early this
morning, betwoon Harper's Ferry and the
point of tbe rocks. Trains were delayed,
On tbe Washington county branch three
trestle bridges werewashod away, making
necennrv a transfer of passenger".
TK.N-NUSSKK l'LANTHIt WAV
LAID AND K1LLKD I1Y
TUK MUKDEKEK PUHSUKI) AND
CAPrriUJD I1Y CITIZENS
DKUNKEN PATH UK .M V II
DKKKD BY II IS SON IN
N ICG HO WOMAN CUTS
CHILD'S TONGUE OUT.
Ml I'.DERER r.U'QUT
MEHTHis, August 12. On last Friday
evening rs John C. ATartor, aged CO, a
well-known planter residing near Sauls
bury, Tennessee, was returning homo on
borso back, bo .was way-laid aud killed
by a negro man named Hubert Uaskin,
who, after shooting blm, took his hat and
mounted Martor'a horse. The wholo
neighborhood was In pursuit nud yester
day Uaskin was captured on tbe Mobile
and Ohio railroad.
A TUIIK1UI.K HUUKpr
Was enacted at OaU Orovo, Tenno'soo.on
Saturday. A man named Austin, who
had been living In the vlllago, went homo
drunk, and begau abusing bis wife. .His
son, is vcars old, came in and Austin
turned on him and commenced abusing
him. In answer to a rouijh demand
tho boy returned a sharp
answer, which so enraged Austin he drew
u revolver and snapped three caps at Ids
I ,on, who seeing his danger snatched a
.hot-gun fiom the nek and tired upon lit
father, killing bun lntanliy. then throw
down tho gun and lied to tho womIv ulnce
Mhen nothing has boon hoard of him
KII.I.MI HER OWN OIUM'.
Lot i-vu-i.se, August 12. Fannie HiMt,
.-glore l, hai jtut been convicted of murder
in the first degree, for killing hor infant
-villi in Harrison county, Kentucky. It
stated she cut out Iti tongue and other
wise brutally mutilated, and then drowned
St. LoUM, August, 12. Flour quiet and
M miiKR oiiio I am. weak: round lots lower to sell.
CtKVELAVii, August 12. Tbe fourth Wheat firm, fairly active. No t red
annual oiblbltlon of tho Northern Ohio fall I 12; No 3 $1 28 elevtor, sample
Fair association begin. September 20, and l0t3rSvl4n1m42.,0ld ?' 3
continues five dayi. Prospects Indicate , rjorVdull and lowor; No 2 mixed 37
one of tbe most brilliant fairs ever given 19c spot: offered at OSJo August; 39Jc bid;
In Amerka. Applications for space :ire , Septomber oircaed al 3gc; 30c bid.
, . ,., ,. . Oats ilrmcrj No 2 2(28jc spot, 27J.
being rapidly made thus early, Among . ,S(, Ausl. 2'7jc SeptVmber.
them l ono from tho Uurllngtoti and Mis- Kyo lower and unsotttexl, buyers hold
ourl Valley company to exhibit a log oil. ,Sale, No 2 05o otlered at the
largo amount of fruit, vegetables . fit. gtjJ firm i0jl;Oi
and cereals. The association offers , Dr.. br1 mc4l notnn,i verj. lM.
$.'15,000 in proralums, Inc'udlng f 5,000 no sales of round lots. Ilacon atiff; sboul
lobe divided among articles of merit not ilf fJOJc; clear rib 101c; clear I0J2
annm.,.l.,l I. Id. II. t nrl S.T '.flfl lOIC.
in trotting purse. Tho grounds of the
association covor moro than 100 acres, and
aro in beautiful condition They are laid
out for a romantic park, and plentifully
supplied with commodious exhibition
stalls, pens for for stock, and a railroad
track runs into tbe grounds, and con"e
nittnees for access are not surpaed
Pol:Tl.A.si, Augu-t 12. The president
passed through Portland on tbe Ka-tern
railroad at 1 30 p.m. to-day, stopping
about ten minutes. He stepped upon tbo
platform of the car in tbe depot, and was
greeted with loud chet,r raising hi bat
Cim in.nati, August 12. William Til-
den, probate Judge ol Hamilton county,
Ohio, died atbanduiky last night.
(.'hicado, August l'J. J no. McGlasher,
a prominent member of tho board of trade
of this city, died suddenly at Fruitport,
.MeMi'Hia, August 12. The steamer
Future City brought the remains of Capt
Gall of the towboat Mee, for shipment to
St Louis He died yesterday of billions
H.niNM, Aiigu-t 12 While the
Spanish column wa escorting several
wagons loaded with provisions for Guaral-
le.Socarras, It was attacked by a party of
lmnrrectionists in amUii'h. Aftor a brief
engagement Ue liuurgent were repulsed. 1
Several small engagement have taken
jitaio lately between the Spaniards and
Insurgents at - i 'laiico eibabo and
Itli" nnil I'nll of ilirKltera
For 21 hour ending 3p.m., August 12, i'S
Fort llenton. . .
Jefferson City .
Slarletta .. . .
Paducah . .
St. Paul ... .
Vtckihurg . . .
Yiuikton. . . ,
Observer Sls-nul Service, U. S. A.
St. Louis, August 12. Arrived: Jasie,
Peoria; Fannio Lewis, Missouri river;
Grand Tower, Memphis; Liberty No 1
Ohio river; Argassy, Illinois river; Alice,
.Missouri river. ueparteu : Johnson,
Keokuk; ICaunti and Kolloec, Now Or
leans; City of Vieksburg for Vicksburg;
Dosmet, Slissouri rivor'Wild Duck, Pitts
burg; Moon Stono Illinois river; Argassy
Kuaniviiie. uiver tailing with sctntiix
feet to Cairo. eatbor very warm
Capt, C. H. Ysall of tow boat Heedledon
board that boat on her way up from New
Orleans, at island No 30, bis remains will
arrive hero by ran to-morrow.
Lot iiville, August 12. - Kiver falling;
fj foot o indie in canal, It feet .1 inches in
chute. Heavy rain have falleu ut inter
vals during the day. It I ptill cloudy
with signs of moro ruin. No nrriruls or
departures, excopt regular packot The
new boat liastrap commenced loading for
Now Orloansand Ked river to-day.
Memphis, Augii't 12'--Gonorally clear
and hot. Kiver declining Departed lasl
night: Colorado, Vicksburg. To-day
ilaro Miller, Cincinnati, Legal Tender,
Cairo. West Wind, New Orleans.
Uiminnah, August 12. Uivor lo feet
C inches and falling. Arrived: Charmer,
Evansvlllo; Mollio Kbert, St. Louis. Do
parted Kbert. Portsmouth; K It Hud
PlTTiiiUKii, Augut 12. --Klvor station
ary with I foot 0 Inches in the channel
Thero was a heavy rain this afternoon
and indications of mare,
ViCK-ia-Kd, August 12. Down Hart
Able, llcnrv Tote. I'p' John F Tollo
and-Oltv of Helena., Clear and warm.
SintKVEi'oiu, August 12 -Arrived Kit
by, Jellerson; .Seminate, New Orlfiins;
0. C, Wolff, St. Louis. N departure.
Nkw Oni.UA.se, Augu-t 12,-Arrlvad,
0 II Ohuroh, Cincinnati. Departed:
Mlencoo, St, Louis. sVeatbor cloudy.
Nau ville, August lS.Twentyoigbt
In. on the aboals. Weather hazy and very
bolce winter '.lo;
summer steam 7c.
Whisky stoady at 91c.
Cattle dull; fair to choice shipping lota
$4 763S 7S;"medlum to irood -hlTtcberi
Uogs quiet; 14 25t,l Co.
Jfjtiirill", August 1!.- Cotton, quiet,
unchanged, resclpti Ii.,; ihiptuents 28;
Flour qulot, unchanged,
Corn meal firm at 2 R)f7.2 W.
Corn steady at oifTCOc.
Oats, good demand KIo.
Hay dull, nominal.
Urab, good demand; $l7fTj'17 SO.
liacon dull, noialoal. .Shoulders t4e.
Lard dull, unchanged.
New Okleass, August 12. Flour tlrra
troblo X f C o02,7 BO; family $810.
Ilran dull, 85c.
Ilacon scarco and firmer inU jcfiiil'Jc ;
bams dull lCc; others unchanged. "
.Sterling 2.0 J, sight premium; gold lot.
Cotton receipts 7C1 ; no export" stock
17,021, repeat yesterday's prices.
ST I-. AM BOAT HUTCH KR
Viiy nallmiMl.tSiiuk IStilMluc,
atrJ.eial alteotiQD vi4 tAnr.lera irom .letm
tuau oixlit or iUt
OA IHO and" I'A DU(V
93 All. 1IOAT.
Tlid fjlfoJIJ it'umet
Dick Vowlkh, uit.vu
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday oxceptodl al
p.m For freight opasae apply on boat or
to ' Ja. SIaLLohv, Ag't.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
OU 10 LKV1N
tlAIHO. II. I. I M 4 I SI .
Al.o, k.ep eonxtaotlr od hand a met eura
ptte elook of
OOTUU AKD IUIhU wniSKIIB
Port, Madoria, Sherry and Catawba Wine
It. Smith A Co. are also agent tor Spen
cer, McKay ACo.'a Pittaburg ale, of which
large stock la kept constantly on hand at
I.vm.m llloduett, defendant. Is notitied
that on July 2t, 1873, Mary 31. IJlodgctt,
complainant, tiled hor bill Hi chancory,
In the Alexander county circuit court, state
of Illinui. for divorce, aud that said suit la
now pending In said court. That thereupon
Mimmon was Issued out of thv clerk's
oillcoot Mid court against you, returnable
on the fourth Tuesday inJlllv, 1873, to a
tcrmol paid court, then to bo holdcn at the
court-bouc In Cairo, In said county and
atatc. Dated July 21st, 1673.
Ukuiikn S. Yoci'M, Clerk.
Samuol P. Wheeler,
(Succcnor to II. Tbleleeke.)
llcalrr lu All Ultsda
FAMILY GROCER J 'Kft
HKTNVKKN TENTH A NI) KLIVE.STH HI REITS
Havlnv purchuved the grocery establish
ment ot It. Thlclccke. I xliall always keep
on hand a lull ami frch supply of all the beat
goods lu my line, to be fouud In the murket.
Ily strict uttcutiou to biulness, and fair deal
ing, I hope not only to retain all the liistom
the place has enjovod In the patt, but to add
to tbe Hut many 'new patron. AhMug a
fair hharc of public patronage,
ltcpectl'llll, 1 1 HUMAN SCH.Mi:i7S10lttrr.
II. A. TIioiih L. 1). Thorn
THO.MS & ItKOTUKH,
Succc-otrs to II, M.IIulvn,
Miiil huiI I'mit'jr (IrorerlrN,
Foreign and Domeatio
134 Commercial Avenue,
UAIHO, - - ILLINOIS.
WILLIAM .1. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Offlei over First National bank. 2-W-Sm
Our Homo Adrertisen.
n tt sa t M a a ,
DEALERS IN FX OUR;
la J lit tit cf
OHIO RIVBk AND SAHAWEA
70 Ohio Luvkm,
.1. 0. MATUKWSON,
COM M ISSION MERCHANT
And Aseul for
Ha7.ui ash DmWT4rwi,ru Co ,
K. 0. PACK & CO.,
A N U
FLO UK AND COUNTRY VKODUOB
MILLER k PARKER,
DKALKK8 IN KLOIJH, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS iota KAlHBANK'rJ BOA LKS
Ohio Levee, CA1U0. 1U.LN0IH.
I'K T K H Oil H L,
No. SMI OHIU LEVMIC,
3-20 tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J. M. .'UILLIPS,
ForwanUng ami Coiumiubion
pruiiare l lii forward all kind, of it eljht
to all polnte.
srButui... atl.nil4 lo prompUri
COFFEY, HARRISON A CO.,
rLOCB.VMAIN 491 P HAT.
No 3 Oh'lu Levea, CAIRO, ILL),
Our Home AdrertiMn.
W. H. noma,
AOOlDllf T, LUI,.
JTrif A. HAATTOBO,
MOUTH AM MM1, tti, it
unu ..,nsyiM rt
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OLMVMLAH 0. OLMVULAMB.
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AMUUOAM OaimUU U9.,
COflWBOtlODT MUTUALu UL
TBAVl.IW, KAUfOID, LIfl AJTB
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hajl wat riauiiaii
a AFFORD, MOKBIS40AND1I,
TKUTONIA L I F G INSURANOB
or CHICAGO, ILUWOIfl.
OcMT'L.Oirici, 172 WAJmniato8T.
Thbj Qtnau Ltr lrmraaM tlmajjuj
guarsAteea aot only Psdd-up FolleUef bat
aUo a Value la CU on the Non-fif4tur
JOBN A. BUCK, . . fttrtUat
0. KNOBKMDofcF, . . . feentory
JOHN W. PRITBM,
Axe&i for Caito Md vtoUiry,
AeeooatloB for pweoiasr Lift taMuuc
and flick HeUef by WMklvdUM aad mil
o-operUon la blsMtJ el RVbilo Ytiisit.
The Ule Ijuunuso FolUlM wlU bUM4
by tbe Teutonla LUe lxuuxuice OomfMj.
JOHN W. V RUM8, JkaVt.
FIRE AND MARIlOt
1 1ST S TJ A iron
KIAOAEA, V. T.,
IHIfAVIA, . T.,
SAJjrOTIB, . T,
umuo, . r,
Ootnprislat the Da4nrrlsn' Aaa;,
YOKED, . T.
nuin'i run, . ,
(CtnUTT, V. T. tfAIIII,
StotM, Dwelllaji, rural I are, Haltt sU OAr
mm, uuu-m a4 raaea a saroraOMae sHM, ft
maaeal eeooiisr snU wamat,
I reeiMatfttUr aak of Ue allleeisst 0-
I weir Hmun.
cmumim Am wmwi
MATH U 88 ft UHL
AJIB HOT I
C 0 M U I 1 1 OH M 1 0 MAX W
jA V AND PHODUOK
JOHN B. PHLLIS k SON,
(bimmm to Jeta . rMUi,l
VOR WARDING MIBOHANTi
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran. Ac.,
AG KNTB FOR LAFLIN ANJ AND
Oo. TlNTU 3TMIT Ay 0W LT1X,
t). D. AYWM.
IC J. AIM
AYKRS X CO.,
GENERAL COMUISSION MIMIilTS
No. 78 OBIO LlVM, OAtM, lu.'
WOOD BITTKNHOUU tt BIO
Ul OMIO LITIS,