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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1873.
THE BULLETIN.
Paaer
of th City ad
,lr Moraltiff uaiijr
vaaasr, ' i.
tae
paper PaMlaaeaia wnr .... ,
JOOH U. OBBLi JCdltor sod I'uhlltner
TERMS OF TI1k1)AUjY UULMCTiN :
One wstk, by carrier ,
Otf rear by cmr, in advane 10 00
On ym by carrier If not ptld In
3iuce 2 00
Ana bob, by mall 1 "0
lUiMonUn..k "00
SU mocthi 6 5,6
One year 10 00
H'iMM DOLLAU WKRKLY BULLETIN
Jots H. Oberlr hat reduced the suhacrip
Hon pile of the Wm.y.Cairo HulXBTrN
t On Itollar per annum, making It the
eneerrtpkperpunlltued in Southern llllnol
Baaataf aeallar every page.
Xhi Htsstc 'Journal,' whoso editor Is
not a pottm aster, or any other Kepubli
uan office-holder, is not In fvor of (Iratit
for a Ulrd.term of the presidency. The
'Journal' thinks the man who tbouM step
iLto Qrant'i thoet the mm uhote ter
t iCM in the Republican party entitle him
to be lti next candid hto for president li
Heuatot Morton.
DIRECT TKADJt BET WHEN
KN(J
'LAND AND TIIE MISSIS
SlVJ'l VALLEV.
Xhe subject of d!ro:t trade between
Great Britain and the .Mississippi alley,
now attracting considerable attention in
England and In St. Louii, New Orleans
and other lets Important points along tho
great water route, it one in which Cairo it
largely lntereited. It it true that St.
Louis on tb,it continent, and Ixmdon, on
the other tide of th water, are
the points directly to to bene
fited by tbo fruition of tho pro
jects for, the establishment of direct trade
between England and the Misiiislppi val
ley. But along with the general advant
age! which a direct trade between Kng
land and the Mliiltiippi valley mutt
trlog to the latter, .Cairo muit, in the nn
tnre of 'things, experience more benetlt
than any other point between St, Loult
and New Orleans. The head of naviga
tion during tbo winter montbt,
she mutt become, with her increate of rail
road facilities, 'the depot and natural dis
tribution point, not only ot llllnolt, but of
the other contlguont Hate of the Misiii
aippl galley. "We have referred in thete
oolumct before to the formation of i
great transportation company for the fur
Iterance of direct trade between England
and the Miitlisippl valley. Writing
upon this subject, a correspondent of tho
'Liverpool Journal of Commerce,' an Eog-
litb gentleman who hat epent twenty
years or bu lire in America, iayt:
The tendency of commerce ic the United
titatei Is ,vr westward, and xuuet so con-
unutJinUl tbaiereat natural trade centre
tat r been racogoited.' No one who has
tudied American affairs can fall to have
observed that thlt centre hat been created,
not by the cunning of man, but by the
band ot Clod. ,Tn human wave that bat
roiled over the contlneut, trout eaiv o
wait, baa "lashed llselt acaluiV the llockv
mountains, and been thrown back Into the
valley.of the MitsiHippI, where It found
a natural abiding place. The iuiIv nat
ural war to tee tea out of this valley is
by lb river violent ettorU have put
loriu io divert toe commerces or tnis sec
tion from its natural channel. Hallroadt
been constructed in every direction ;
nearly all the water oounei nave been
tapped by them; canals have been pro
jected ; monoy has been spent with lavish
band all with a view to forming artifi
cial trade channels lor tbo benefit of
Eastern ports and Eastern merchants, but
in the end all this will prove as futile as
would an effort to turn the water of tho
mighty river itself. For thlt vast section
of the country there is but one way to
the ocean, and that not by way of New
York, or Boston, Philadelphia or Balti
more. In splto of humhti effort
to the contrary, tho time is at
band when everything of Importanco will
gopaitdt. Louis. Cairo, Alempbii, "and
Xnew Orleans.' Already the death-knell
of all competing and artificial channels
Las been Bounded. Tbo farmers of the
great "Weit refute to pay any longer tri
bute to Eastern railroad.", and are turning
their attention to the natural highway
they have too long neglected. The cry
now it, 'five ut barges and steamboats,
uot steam eafinei and cart." Experience
bu UughlStu that thtialter aro too ex
pensive. Vbtu called upon by the groat
producers, the merchants now turn their
yet to Liverpool and Glasgow, and from
yoa they demand tteamihipt and direct
communication. The people of the Wett
and South are tired of paying tribute to
Sew lork and New England Overland
irelgbtt, for fifteen hundred miles, on
-very nuiuei ol grain or barrel of Hour or
pork, and the tame on every article ol '
xuanufacture tent in return, are more
than they can longer Hand , and if you
people ot England detirelohold the trade
cfthe Mississippi valley, vou must get
out of the Eastern ports 'and caUblisb
your sgenclet in the great citiet of the
vieiv anu .-vjuiL. "wired trade, or no
waa at all" It rapidly becoming the
"Jeawetd irom Now OrleanttoSt. Faul,
and from Ahon to Fort Benton. Tho In-
situation, and, to u,tt their own ilgure of
ipeftcb,ate''as InWoent at ahog on ice."
All. the necessaries of Ufa ate theirs in
abundance, and if worst coinei to worst
- J - -j-'.x our manuiac
tures; but you In England mutt have
food, or close up your in&nufuctorlei and
abut up shop. They do not detlre to sever
the connection, nor to dlipenie with your
wares, but they are tired of "paying too
much for the whittle." They deilre, at fir
as oatsfbla. to dtaoense with mliidu
and to coma faoa to face with those of
wcomtuey buy and.. to whom they sell
The people of the North aro your comneti
tors in manufactures, and are Intereiud
in throwing every possible obstacle In tbo
way oi your tucceii. Having bad control
of the government, they have ettabliihod
sanm wmcu nave aimott driven you out
I vi "i"",lt nu fel yu psrtitt in en
uiiu uy your commerce and give
them the first frulu of your Amorlcan
trade. There it a perfect Identity of in.
Urett between the manufacturer! of Great
BrlUln and the people of the South and
Watt. They want your manufactures, and
in return will be glad to tupply you with
grain, meat, sugar, rice, cotton and other
natural products, and the more free and
- untrammelled your intercoune with them
the NtUrttey will like It, for they are'
vdatnaJnadtbttth.Mltiisslppl ,htll not
longer IWDAln a mart clauium.
In an editorial on the tame topic, the
artwporUtlon question, the Bt. Loult
fP iBCfaf torn weakt since, tald
XI, l,. therefore, proposed that a vsit
a)Mk opany should m formed in the
MlMbMipDi valley without daisy. That
tMeaiaifsbottld bt S10,000,030. That Its
purpoto should bo tho building of twenty
Urge steamships, capabUto carry 100,000
bujirtUof krirtirla bulk, nd 6,000 bales
of cqUontt AbUithe.ftrmwj BMgej
throng bouitfce Mleilstlppl v1It should
talc tniich ot thfe twek m thky j5
thatownt and cities of the y alley ; that call
of but lire per cent, should be made, each
n", ilf.nJ .(S.iTTT,lmlid
can yielding $500,000, sufficient to build '
and nouio one boat and that no calls af
ter the first boat Is built should be made
until It had been settled by actual trial
that the ilea could earn tnonev. ana ai
the same time Insure a cheap rate of
ireiiciiv iruui aott viiui , .
for both r rain and cotton ; alto for a large
I 1 f-AarM la. TiftBinf) PAP
trade to a limited extent, lly having the
stock in Ibis coiosaai line or steamers mi j
taken and owned in the Mlstlitippi
vallev. a iruarantoe for lead
ing it a. once secured, and I
. l... I --I l M.
Orleans, would be crammou iuii oi ireigm
at quickly at It could be got aooara. nj i
oneilnt? our merchants a low rate ui
troigfcl rrom turope, me amount oi ur
eign goods ordered by their steamers for
St. Loult wnuld.ln time, become Immente,
and ettabluhing a through emigrant liu- l
reau with ollicesln tun cy,ew uneaus,
Liverpool, and acenclet in other por
tions Kurope, thoutands r etnigranls
could be brought over by these steamers I
eacn year, anu :usiruuieu mrouguum
the South, the Wett or the Northwest, or
to whatever portions ot the Mlitistippi
valley they desired to go. Such ageuciet I
as thete would alio be the meant ol
spreading broadcast through Europe
printed matter referring to the local at-1
traction of each ttatr, and accomplish an ,
unlimited atnonnt of good for the mining
and roal citato interests' The rate of I
freight upon wheat or corn to Liverpool,
by this line, from tho farmers granariet,
woum be as follow'
I'cr bun.
luc
0c
ltic
Krom Hie granerlci to .t l.oui
From St. Louis to New Orl'aii
Krnio New Orleans to I.IerpooI
Total
Durln? the entire vemr. winter and sum
mer, the farmer may tend forward bit
products by this route to any part of the
earth. He may telrct hit own time for
"making hit inarket, ' and not be com
pelled to stand by and teo wheat decline
day by day, as wat the caso latt winter,
and not bo able to move it into market be
came the lakes and canalt were frozen up
and the railroad freight was so rearruiiy
blgb that it lelt mm nothing alter nis
grain wat sold. Latt year Europe sup
plied horieir with wheat rrom tne uanuue
and from California, and paid good prices
for it. Hbe would gladly nave taken tne
wheat of Minnetota, Iowa, Wliconaln,
Nebratka and other ttatet at equally good
figures, but it wat impoitibla to get it.
Let ut build thlt great Mitiliitppl vallev
line of ocean steamers, and make it possi
ble to get it hereafter.
We have shown how much it would
cost to tend grain from the farmers' enbt
direct to Liverpool along this route at any
time of year which might be selected. We
will bow show now much it costs to send
it by the lake route in summer and the
rail In winter.
SUMMEH fliXIUUI
i'tr bu.
From the farmer' grauaries to Chicago l!Oo
.1.1. VI .. ... V .1. . uratar ''J
240
ltic
Krom New York to Liverpool.
Total .. . Wo
Ml.NTKB IBklOUT.
From the farmers granaries to Chicago Wc
r rom Chicago to new iora, uy saw. . . oun
Krom New "fork to Liverpool . . . liOc
Total ... .70c
It will bo observed tl; uniform.
cliarp.ed bv the Mississippi route would be
twenty-eight cents cheaper in the summer
and rorty-tbree cents cheaper in tne win
ter. Ot courte the rate charged from
here it Dredlcted UDon the belief that be
fore this line o.n be ettabllihed, even
were work to commence at ouo, sb gov
ernment will havo built wing dams acrott
the ban between here and Cairo, and es
tablish the Delta canal. Until the ban
between here and Cairo are removed tho
winter or low water rate from here would
be about ten contt per buthel Instead of
tit, varying the ultimate by four cents
But In any case it It clear enough that In
the ettabllthme&t of thlt route the commit
tlon merchants of thlt city could get
Iwonty-Uvo per cent, more for grain told
here than could be got for it at Chicago.
And we could bo moving it to markot all
winter. .Such a coneummation would add
ten dollar per acre to the value of evory
man's land in the Mississippi valley. It
would Increase the rocelptt of grain hero
and in New Orleans by the milhont of
bushels. It would give ut mllllont of dol
lars' worth of sterling exchange. It
turn the tide of tbo European immigra
tion and of European capital directly
into the Mitilttippi valloy, and add mil
lions upon millions of dollars to the
general protperity of tin valley every
year.
LAWTKBN,
HAM U Kit 1'. WHKKLKR,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
OA1HO, ILLINOIH.
Omi e over Kim National bauk.
IMiu
WILLIAM J. AMiKN,
ATTORNEY A'l' LAW
OAIHO, ILLINOI.S.
(idlceovei Klial National bauW.
-IG-Blu
ORE EN & GILBERT,
ATTORN KYb
OOUNHKLOKB
AT LAW,
winiaui It.UtMa, -I
William B OUbsrl, V OAIKO, II.I.IMOIH,
Mil, f. Olltorl, J
Willlau H.UtMa
art)pottl atUDtlon Kt'sa to AJioliU, aad
Slsamooat bttslbkas.
Officii oHiOL?ia,aV)oya 7 anu Oovaa
OITT MATJOBAL BAB at.
John ii. Mulkty.
Willam 0. Alulkey
AIULKBY Sc SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Offii.t, uu rooms over ilannoL't
hook
WJ3T,
90. 121 COUUJtCUL AVIWDI,
Betwttn StVtnth and tlfttb sLTtttt.
Clitf.
W. H. Mams,
Motarinblle.
HVH.Caadte.
No.Kub. ati U. . Com
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ACCIDENT, LIFE,
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ACCIDENT, MFK,
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TKAVKlJtKa', MARtroKH, L1KK AWli
AOOIDENT,
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RAILWAY PABdKNUEKH AiBURANOk
CO., UAHTFORl),
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IMUarMSTUKNT, HOSTOlf,
- IMO.MSWI
aAFKORU, MORRIS &CANDKK,
71 ualo
TKUTON1A L I F K INHUMAN CK
COMPAWY.
or CI110AQO, ILLINOIS.
OaNT'L.OrriCM, 17'-' Waiuinoton St.
A-OTIVAi S6SO.OOO.
Thlt German 1.1 fe Intiuraune Company
Kuaranteen not oulv Pald-Up I'ollclet but
also a Value iu Cu ou the Non-forfeiture
plan
JOHN A. HTJOK, . - - Vretident
0. KNOBELHDOKK, - . - Hecretary
JOHN W. HIUIC3S,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
bismaukTjuni).
HKCTION NO. 47.
Antoviatlon for Dromotlmr Life Insurance
and Sick Belief by weekly dues and mutual
eo-operatlon in objects ot public benefit.
The Lile insurance I'ollclet will be Issued
by the Teuton! Life Insuranre Company.
U. MEYEK8, President.
JOUN W. BKUE83, Au't.
for Cairo aad Vletaltj
FIRE AND MARINE
lUTSTJIt-A ITCH
CUHPAHIIBtl.
MUUARA, k. v.,
AikIk...
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OUlfaMIA, V, V , !
AssU I,(et,1ll U I
UAMOVBB, H. Y.,
AsssU ...m....-........ 7 o 10
amroBLio, a. i,
Asiets ...,.....,. M...ntU 00
Oomprlslng itc Uaderwrllers'AaeDO,
tonkwu, nr. T
AiseU " M" M
ALBAMT CITY,
Aiisti UiMl
vibimu'b tvwD, a. .,
A4.. j
IOOmITT, N, T -UABlfcll,
tstsls - , I.tsi.ase
HtuiM, Dwklllaas, rurntluto, Hulls aad O.r
Insured et rata as (atoiabUa sound, psr
maoaot seeuritv will warrant.
i rasMouuu; ana or in ouissusoi u
aharenf their patronait.
COBBIMIUII AND VOBWABDIIfU
C. V. MATHUSI..
) U UI1I.
MATUUSS A UUL
All It UKJIBBAI.
Commissi on Mbrc h an tb
DEAI.KHd i.N
1AY AND WESTERN PRODUOK
OallOi.BVCB. aajaj
JOHN B. PHLLlfl & SON,
(Hueasssoti to John H. Phlllis.) ,
GENERAL COMMISSION
rOKWAKDINU MKKOUANT8
DEALERS IN HAT,. CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
AOBNT.S FOR LAFLIN AND RAND
POWDKK COMPANY.
Co a.
Tknth Stkkkt aud
oa1bo, ills.
Ohio Livkk.
WM. H.WALKER A CO.,
(Latfi WalVer A llarry.i
(IKNfJRAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
ion mm: oi
rot'STKV, WltTIBN AND NOhTIUKS
PEODTJCE
Not. 1ft and 17 North Water Street.
MOniLE, AM.
I3re'eclal atlentlon given to eonsinn
mentt. S-IOtf
U. CLOSE,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
Aud dealer lu
l.iuayUiuKMi, I'labtr,Uaik, Ktc.
No tskltt UlH,
. iari will sell in car load lolt at wauulac
turera' pricet, adding irelKht. 4-S-tl
('OKPEY, HARRISON A; CO,,
iSiicrttnorttmi, Uurd A Sou.i
FORWAUDXHa
tNIl
OomuaiMiou
rLOCa,BAIM
No 63 Ohio Levtt,
AVU HAI,
CAIRO, 1LL3
Homo Advertisements.
BABKS
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
(!Urter4 aiaroh at, Ills,
ovrici or
CITY NATIONAL BANK, OA1KO
OVVICBM :
A. B. HAKKOKO, President;
S. S.TAVI.OB, Vlce-Preildeut;
U. MYHI.UI. Seereury ami Treaturei
Dimrroui
Cil. UALIVHSa,
VitiL n. fkave.
II. P. lUi uni,
K. U. HtoctSLiia,
K. U. Ct,meiM,
J. II.
PatMirs,
Uepaaiaa ol mm Ataaaat ttwlTd treat
Tea Ceala raw ante.
1NTXMKHT paid on Jipoilts at the rU ot sis
psrosBl. peraanum, March titasit Hepteag
r 1st, laurest ool wlibdrswn Is added limiut.
dlaUlj to the priaclpal of lhadepuilts, thereby
gins Ihem eompouod toMrast.
UAM1UI WOMBX AKUOHILUAIlf MAY
DMrOtIT M0KIT
to test io oia sui osa en it.
Opto rr tuslness day from a.m. to I p.m.,
aad ttaturdar tif.un tut HAVING DKHWIH
oolr, rrom t io t o oleok.
1 auuit W. UT8I.OP. Trsssurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
fcj A-XsTlC.
HAIKU, ILLINOIS
CAPITAL,
SI 00,000
W. P. UALI.IUAY, PiiJdI
UJtNKV U UAI.I.IUAT, ViccPrxlJret
A. tl.ttAHFOKlJ, C.lilr;
WAl.Tklt HJHLOP, Ai-k'.u C:r.icr
kittrrsksi
HtMTs Tavlum, Itdsesr B. Cliilunm,
Has si li.HilxiUir, W. H. Hiiuuit,
Qn, I'. Witlitasoi, htirutN Hlit
A. H. HtriASK
Kaetiaistie, 'ila aa4 I'iIImI tulM
Boada Iteaahl aad Hold.
DKFOBITS reealned, o.t nnrl l.snklri
business ion.
FIRST NATIONAL JiANK
tsr tIAlMU.
K. W. .Mil. LICK, 1'reHldent.
.1. 11. 1'lllLLim. Vlue-l'reKldeiil.
ClUrt. CUN.NINOIU.M, ('nftiler.
UOLIjKOTIONH PROMPTLY MADE.
fpXCIJAhUK, roio. Iuk a'nlr nJ llnltlt
'j HUU MMurlllii bought sud sold.
latereal Alletved oat Huse DepoatSe.
UBOCMtlEH.
I1KHMAN SCHMKTZSTORPP,
(Succenior to li. Tblelerke )
Urate I iu All Klada
FAMILY GROCERIES
SVAOfllKUlUM AVUHI'K,
BKTWKBN TENTH AND SI BTKN'TH STRKKTft
llavlnr purchased the ffrocery ettabllnh
mtnt of H. Thlelecke. I shall always keep
on hand a full and fresh supply of all the best
goods in my line, to be lound in the market
By strict attention to business, and lair deal
Ing, I hope not only to retain all the custom
the place has enjoyed In the pant, but to add
to the list many new patron". Anting a
lair Bbsre or public patronage,
KeipcettllllV, iikKWAN CII.MKT7T0!IK1
7-10 tl
II. A. Thau L. I). Thorn"
THOMS .V BROTH KR,
Siii-ccoKn to II. M.liulen.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. HROK ERS
AND IIKALBK1 IS
Ntile aad I'nury Crocerlea.
Foreign and Dometllc
JLlSTJD TTITTS
VH ("omiuprelal Avenue,
OA1KO, - ILLINOIS.
WIMBH AMD 1.14 O OH).
R. SMYTH & CO.,
: I wuuKaA uttoonH, j
OU 10 IIYI1
U1IMU, ILLIIOII,
All), tssii eooiUatly oo haaJ a moil no id
pitta look of
S(KTU AtfD ialBH WUISKIM
-Old H,-
forl, Maderla, Hhorry and Catawba Win"
it. Smith A Co. areaIto KenU lor Spcn.
cer, McKay ACo.'a I'lttaburg ale.ofwtih h
Utks stock Is kept conntantly on hand at
tbelrwholesule store.
NTKAHBOATIti
OAIRO AND ADUfc'A H
IS All. BOAT.
Ths pUailld sttsanrr
J" jS. FISK,
Dick Fowlbh, Captain
Leave Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
i p.m For freight opassajre apply on boat or
tn .IAS. MALLOJtr. Wl.
You can buy su
and one-half Iba. Durant'a
A Coflfee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lba. New Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Boat
three and ono-half Uba. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imnerial Tea, One Dollar aud
a half per pound ; Best Gun. ;
powder Tea, une uouar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ona Dollar per pound, and ov
eryttiing proporiiohately cheap
at Hiram Bixby,
Homo Advertisements.
rat.
'ATM AOBMOl.
John Q. Btnntn. Chan. Thmpp
JOHN Q. UARMAN & CO., '
i
REAL ESTATE AGENTS'
COLLEOTOBS
xl
CONVKYANOEKS
North Oor. olalli (. mud tslilo l.rr
Oaiho, Illinois.
Oflcr (or kHla i I.. it il7iirf ml csv tvllii"
the following real estate : , I
o 1 An elcvHnt rotts'-e. corner 1 weltlh i
and Locust ttreetn, --' Kiid',U 1, third ad.
Lot above grade, & lot in b 4, In what it
known an thj "BIdgc Block" thoe loin run
through the block Irom Kltleeiilh to Six
teenth nil eeti, and the bct residence prop
erty in inr cuv unjoining prnpcriy iiiinj
improcd.
o 'J-l,otn3 and 4, b 45, city, Wanwngioii i
aenue, between Thirteenth and fourteenth
Mreeis, wei inc, uoou iun.niry rmiiniiii; i
on each Int.
N'n.1 Aln, vacant lntfi :iml tl. adjnlnliii
the abne. I.nl II, b 2J, city.
on Sixth .street, loiitli side,
between Couuuerelal and Wanhliigtou ave
nuen, will be sold in tract' lo ult purcbitcr.
very low noil on easy tcrun.
No 4 l,oU7 aud s, hiih. corner ot Kour
teeuth and l'oplar Mreclr, limit on 1'opUi J
street, went elde. opposite pot-ofllie block. '
No o Splendid builne blilldlu, iel
den; In ecoll(t Mory, U rooui, hall and
fiontand ICar atalrwnr, vrulor on liulll U()0i,
in number one coiidltioii: tltiialeil on north
weol eniner of Commercial i'nue aud 1
Twelflli .Mrcet. A gwat b.Mg.ilii lr olt ,
snnn. i
No 0 I.otf I. 7 and i, li 'J2. city, on I
Commercial avenue, beweeu i'ourtli and
Klftb strncls, Lola ) and it, b tfl. city, on '
Washington avenue, between Kilth and .
Sixth htreeln. Termneniy, prior low.
No 7 Lot 14, in l 1", ou Nlnetpeulh
treel, between Commercial aenuc ami '
I'otilar treet a treat barxaiu. l.nf.Vi. b .'i.'.
i lit ad., on Washington avenue.
I ,No V Two cr desirable blliuc boii-e-and
two lot", h Ixlh street between Com-!
mercial iud Waililngton avenue, will be ,
i old ut terms io pay purchaser rental nl 2.
per cent on investment.
So 0-Slx lot. in li '". let ad. lll'.-li '
srroiiud. t200eacli on cany nawiicnu. !
io iu l.om l ana ., in ri .i norm corner oi
fenth and Levee trcet, Hct bu.lncn loca
tion in the city term" cay. l.ot-'-'l, and
'illnb 10, l't ad., nouth eorner nl Twentieth
ana l'oplar streets. Aio mrer mt incoiiri
house block, fronting on l'oplar trcct.
No 11 A splendid two-tory residence ou
north-cast corner of Wulnut mid Mnth
'trccts-, with two lot crv desirable prop
erty. So 12 Lots 18 and 10, b 7!-outh nlde ol
Twenty-ilrst street, opiKj'lto "Oinvcnt
uiock" very ue-iranie lor rc-mtnee pur
poe, cheap.
No Vi A well Improved l.inn of2IO acres
CO acres under cultivation: hottesuml barn
good orchard, bearing trecu; rumiln water
through farm aboo overflow. One (piartcr
mile from ttatlon and depot ol Cairo A St.
I.ouin railroad. "Will be holil on easy tenun
lor 12 per acre.
Zio 14 Tenol the choicest lot.n, in block
.'i7, lut addition, above crade, beaiititill rel
dence location, will be wld at a great bar
gain. We, call particular attention to thlr
nrfnrtv a. it vvii rin hA d vprv nw.
A KINK CHANCI i'OK 1NVK8TMENT. !
In addition to the foreKolns we offer Inr '
sale, or lease, a lar'e number of vacant lot', I
in ainercnt parts oi me city, cmnmnng ,u i
1 husiucsK and residence property. I
lu uuimnroved landi. we lia for Mb1
oer2.i.0O0 acrci In Alexander and 1'ulatki
eotintlen, at prlcct ranging from t'i to tir I
per acre, ami are prepared to olfer induce
menu io purchasers mai cannot ne rcpiaueu i
in Coloraclo, Texan or any other place or by j
"any other man." A largeamotintollandsol .
the ery best tjuallty, In Alexander ami I'll- :
latkl counties. helouKluK to the Illinois Cen 1
tral itallroad vompauy . lor the tale of which
we are the aent", will be sold very low aud
on such eany terms that a person ot industri
ous habits, with erv auiall sum of teyj
money, ran in a irtv jghii iiciuwr iuc
owner of a productive larm, "We have
platn and dencrlptlonn of all lands offered
for mIo and ulll tale pleamre in showing
purchasers the property. Titles to all land
sola by ut guaranteed, ana nuown irom the
patentee when required by atttracls. At
ply to JOHN 0.. UARMAN A CO.,
Cor. Sixth aad Levee it? fUro, IIH
June 7, 1?73.
WINSTON A CO.,
ESTATE AGENTS
RKAL
AUCTION KKKri,
(KicroNii ri.oou) onto i.kvk,
7t
OAIKO, II. M,.
liur and Hsu. Real Kmtati,
PAY TAXES,
KUKNIbH ABSTKAOT3 OK TITLK
Aad (Jierare Oont;aocs of Klo l:
rHVIICIANfl.
.1. V. RKIOMAN,
I'hytlulati, surgeon and accoucher. OUlee,
1'Helftti street, between Walnut mi. I Cedar
streetn. 7-17 tt
A. J. ROE, M. D.,
Ofllee over Thoinn X Uio.'s grocery store,
No, liM Commercial atrnue, corner Klghth
ntntl. itesldcnre eorn'i Walnut and
Twenty-Grit streetn,
DR. B.07TABKR,
Will resume the practice ol his provision
with especial reference to the electrlca
treatment ol diseases lu all tbo new and Im
proved methods or application.
In all cakes of female eomplaluU a aily
will be in attendance.
Office, 128 Commercial aveuue, up stairs.
R. S. URI(JIIAM,.M."TlT
lluuiojjstlili: physician and snrueou. UI
lice Cnmmerrlal avenue, itenldi-nee
corner of Klcventh and Cedar treet.
7-K2ai
II. WARDNER, M. D.
Office and Residence 111 Commerei.il ave
nue, (next dour to the Athcneuui),
WILLIAM H. SMITH, M. D.
KHIDKNOK-No. 21 Thirtesmh Mre.t, bt.
MX twtno WashiDKton aTeaoean'i Waluut slrsst.
jfflco IMCommtirclalaTenus, up alalrs.
' 0. W. DUNNING, M. 1).
1 DKHIDENUK-corasr.NlDth and Walnut Ms,
(VMBct corner hlitt (treat aad Ohio lets.
I Ufflon hours from e a.m. to 12 m., and e p.m
DR. G. K. DOUGLAS,
IDEnSJ-TIST.
A constant Mipply ot pure Nitrous Oxldo
tlst., for the pulnlcsa extraction of teeth, at
the Dcntul Itooms of Dr. Douglas miucestor
to Dr.A. M. Austin, KiKbtb street. Mil
l.VafBKB.
W H ITE COLLAR PLANING MILL
N WAI.rr.B", Proirlelnr,
estiaaia
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
AND
LATU, 8UINOLKH, CKDAU PO.STtf
D00R8, SABH, BLINDS
ORDKRA Solicited.
ST1AMB0AT LiUMBBB,
Korolshsd oa aborlett nolle.
Oointnarctal avenue, between Tenth and
Kleventh ttreett
CAIRO: XILXiTOia. ;
14V
Our Home Advertisers.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS
GKNKRAL AGKNTS
FORWARDING ami. OOMMIBMION
tt K K t) H A N TNi
DEALERS IN FI OUR
tad Am-si ol
nuiu hivaa imIi iiiniwki
HA r.T OOTJ'Pi Ivl I HlH. ,
70 Ohio Lkvmh,
('AlltO, l I.I.I o:i.
I.sil t HI.INIIt'.ll ln.-.1
.1. 0. MATH KWriON,
COMMISSION M EROHA aNT
And Agent for
ll-lfM'.K iSD DltPOIfT I'oWl.k.K Oo.,
AUGUSTA. GA.
;-'s-.tim
E. C l'ACK A CO.,
I'UNWANIM
-k U V-
COMMISSION MEKOHANTS.
H A V,
I'OKN,
OATS,
.MHAL,
H.Ollrt AND CODNThY fBOnnCE
OAli'.O, H.l.lNOid
Till
MILLER A PARKKR,
OENERAh COMMISSION
iai.
KOKWAKDINO M KKOH A N'l ri,
UK
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AOENTS I0 FAIKBANK'B SOA LKrJ
Ohio I.evee, CAIttO. II.I.INOIH.
S. II. AVIHil.
K. .1. A VH H
AVERS A CO.,
PLOUB
anu
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No.
l-7tf,
7b Ohio Lkvhk, Oauo, Iliji.
I'E T li R 0 H II L,
Karlu !
FI, OUR M KltC H A NT
ANU
MIXLEES' A.3-23XT,
so. mi ohio i,i:vKt:,
.VJOtf. CAIRO, ILLINOI.S.
1'HILLIPH,
Forwarding and Coirimiasion
MERCHANT,
tai
WUAKF-I10AT FROl'KIKTOR.
propiro I to 1'orw.ud all klivl- of fr plyhit
In all point'.
BBnslBn atUniled lo praroi.' t.
WOOI) HITTRNHOIIHK It RHO
FLOUR
Geueial Couiiaibsiou Muroimrii
181 OHIO LJsVMlt
Our Homo Advertiser.
aiHCElXANEeua,
BKMIH, HIIOWN .V CO,
HAG MANUFACTURERS
AtllNIS HOMK C'OTTOM Mli.l.a
NO. Ml Ohio l.eee, Cairo, ills.
l-'V-'ni.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TKNTH STKKKT,
1IITWKIM WiSU'N AVKMUK ANb WALRU1
llf. h, T, flaldr luforon tn ilblle Ihst Is bs
ult-Ded a
I, I V K H i' S T A hi, i:
fcu (lit uortliwMl side ol Tsalh slrcrt utm
utrfif e.
His HiM will L rinnltid with uunsr.nl th
BEST UOILSEIS
AND HOOD VKUlOLKrf.
and the pillille may be acniiilnodatod 4t al
Loursol the ilay ami utjjlit with sate teauit
on the Indent lemis,
l)r. r'leldr a-ksa share of public patroust
uml will cndaor to merit II bv fair deallut
and strict attention lo hit'
""WAU. MAN'UKAl'TOKY
I'or .Salo at Wliolunala or Retail.
OOHNKIl :i2l.HTUrKT AND OHIO M k
Cairn, Illinois.
tilt .1 P. MAHIIl.tC
VAUlT.V "llOBKRTH,
PAIITTBBS
Dkai i;k is Window Shaiii,
Wtit i'srr.n, l'unt Wiurr.
liRAI), LlNntEI' Ott
ILLUMINATISIO OIL,
rfPIKITS Tutll'CKTINB, Ol 11 t
SuKi.LAf, Alcohol, Ktc, Etc.
Washington avenue and Kleventli Ltee.
Oaiki, If.LI.MAI
TARKKR A" ULAKkT"
nsr a r i TJ A UDI) I) At Via
fattr, Manatnr, f Jnaollar.
VIITDO'W Q X, A. H a .
WINDOW tiUADEe,
1ml lit r,',l.ll. llluroli.t n
AURORA OIL.
UttOsM LUII.D1NO
COB i I TU UT OOM
MBBDIJ
OilkO
IV,
Illinois
Cairo Mox and IJaskkt Co
Dcalert Iu
W -9 -m m w-a a vv a "a- at ST V T T r
h a ai.ia aaaaa i r jkha mm aa. m mw a
I .11 II If In If lilt' AI.I.M-I1
HAHil AN ft HOFT.
i,cr. t..i,it intly on tat. i
l'n.(inisii ani Si in so Aim Latu
tlnlrra Hollrllea
Jill ASH tARIl roa-fXR THIKTV roUHTH
itkeitt anu ohio i.cvkk,
laXIBBMT.
M RS. M o 0 E E,
Oo Klfjlitli llrsst, Lslwa Cominarelsl so 1 Wtirt
DX'u AVSUilnk. in iiit rclTin
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATKPT fl'KINO AND HUHUHK STVLIS.
llf.M.i lull line of
I -EOWiTBTB Ac HATS
I ITrimuiel otiil unlriujiuea.l
nf all klcl. I.oe, etc., lo.
Mrs. Mcltft lis alun a larx sstorlmsal '
I Knry Articles, such an
t
itl'V TI."M (1)1 I.1RH IINnVKfll.KKVVjl
ItUh m, MAHIIK8, ARH,
And all other itlif ! usually lound In s
If I UOT.IM IUII Kill l.rWVBV HTHMh
Coinilete aisortment of Cincinnati Custoiu
inadti I.Hillea' and Ml'ses' Shoes and Chll-
si iinni' it ii ii viinirm rv nnnni imi h. imtn m ii i
......... 1. . I. .A. 1 .A l.n t.A .ttlALt
ever In Iho mntket, and thin Is the nnl
hoii'-o the oltv that maUns them a tpeelalt
Sr.MMKii Attention
tn tin
trado.
tion of
very c
J laving a
largo
felec
liandsome while goods
lean, Batiste do valen-
ciennis, plain striped and fig
ured styles ; Swiss's, plain
striped and ligurcd ; Victoria
! lawns, plain striped and lig
urcd ; Marseilles 111 great van.
otiesand patterns; Nansoolcs
patterns; linen lawns, white
and figured ; Percales in hand
some figures and designs; em
broidcrcis i large assort
monts ; white trimmings in
i ..auntriiirnls : lliinn can if .
HU'gO H3DW" ,
ins in all shades ; linen dam
asks, handsome patterns ;
have in storo a very complete,
largo and seasonable assort
ment of dry goods very cheap.
0. Hanky.
P. S. Please call, no trou
ble to show goods. 6-28 tf
VS.

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