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THE CAIRO PAItT B6LLET1N, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1878.
THE BULLETIN.
mt tk City nt
Mir rssiss nuiy
JOHN IL OBKBLT. Kdltor nd Publisher
tkrms or thx daily hulixtin. :
oB4iH,riofi.....i
1om yearby carrier, U BdTBiiee 10 00
Om yei by crrir if not piIJ In
draw 2 00
Dos boMH, by mall lOfl
f Ull Wiiltil 800
ttsaoathst fi
On. yMf
TfflC DOLLAR VTKK KLY BULLETIN
John IL Obcrir tuts reduced the aubacrlr.
Uon price of the Wiiut.Oiiro DtJixnn
to One Dollar per annum, making It thy
cheapest pap puolUU j J In Southern Hanoi
Mrmtt mMIrr mat vrrjr pas.
Gor. Bkteudox addressed the farmers
ol Di Witt county t their harvest bumo
festival yesterday.
AircctAL election In the thirty-sixth
dlitrict to elect a lucceiior to Stale Hspro
tentative SyWnitcr, who hit removed
fromU dlttrlct, vrlttbe held November
fourth.
Tub governor has appointed Win, H
Brown of Musk county, Amoi Clark of
Morton county, John Stovonson of Ban
dolpb, Wm. K. Mitchell of Williamson,
and C. Kilpatriclc of Union, trustees of
the Southern Illinois iniano asylum.
Tub congreiimen elect of the forty
third congress, it appears, draw their sal
mrlee regularly at tho rate of tlx hundred
and twenty-Are dollar! a month. Jf any
one or two or half a dozen of them die be
fore the teuton convene?, how then ? W
only want to know, you know.
MaBtua's Vinwyard is making an early
Sort to eecure Urant for the lumraer'i
Baton of 1874. The citiieni of tbat place
propose to purchaso an elegant cottage
built by a gentleman, Rich by name and
rich in purse, and present it to tho presi
dent for a lummer retidnnce. The Alar-
tba'a Vineyard people ihow a flno appre
ciation cf the way in which to go to work
to effect their purpose.
Tax Chicago press and board of health
acknowledge that the "prevailing disease"
is carrying off tome of tho people ol that
city to their long homes. At a council of
pbyriclaat held in the early part of the
WMk, it appeared tbat since the early part
of June, the disease bad been having a
wild sway tod is evidently on the increase.
The physicians are mixed as to what they
shall christen the epidemic whether it
shall be cholera, cholera raorbui.cholerine
or cholera diarrhoea. They are not mixed
en tho opinion that the city is not in a
good sanitary condition and recommend
caution in the matter of diet.
Whin people become famous, they
mutt make up their mlnda to rnduto
many dltagmable accompaniments of
greatness which nover occur to tbo
common herd. There is Miss Ann nick
Inson, for instance, she bat bean made the
aubject of more gossip, perhaps, than any
otbsr American woman. Some timo ago,
rumor engaged her in marriage lo Sena
tor Allison and only gave in tbat the
story was false when tbat
gentleman married unotber lady
and took her out of the country. It wa
neit affirmed that Miss Dickinson and
"Whitelaw Rcld would soon become co
partner for life. Tbo celebrated editor
of the 'Tribune' did not like the rumor lor
omt reason or other, and denied it
through the press. Tho latest gossip
about Miss Dickinson is tbat she will ap
pear on the stage next fall, in tbe opening
of tbe new Boston Globe Theatro, the
pruspsoU being that sho will make a do
elded success. This story it also denied
for the good reason that there is no new
Boston Globe theatre, and tbat Miss Dick
ioson is under no engagement to any thea
tre, and is already engaged to lecture over
ona hundred nights of next winter's sea
ion. And so much for the reliability of
Mwtpaptr gossip.
THE
1MPROVEMEN t
OK THE
OUIO BIVER.
The improvement cf tho Ohio river
making navigable from Its source to its
tnouth at all Masons of the year, is a sub
ject which hat engaged the attention of
capitalists and manufacturers of tbe tUtet
bordering on it, for many years without
any practical results. An effort is now
being mad to interest congress
in iba work, and a convention
t deUcaUt from all th itnir..
fcotdwtai; on tbe Ohio was held last week
n.ritttbutg for tilt purpose of uralnu up
an congrnt the carrying out of tbe
scheme to fill, up the channel and secure
OBttant navigation, which It described
bjey at a plan to "lilt the waters ot lake
Erie by means of powerful engines located
at raaarToixi at fixed distances into lake
' Chatauqua, which will be then forced
lato the Allegheny river and thus
'pourad into tbe Ohio, by which tbe nari-
g alios dt that stream will be secured to
ocmmtrcOj affording outlets to tbe distant
'mart! for the heavy freights of the states
'through which it now flows, which will
create a trada and produce revenuot be-
yood all present calculation la value.
Tk Boat of carrying out tbii scheme, and
'supplying the engines and attendance,
'will invo)Tf,maby millions of dollars, but
tbe UnsflU which would arise from it
are of tuflhient importance to have
'started strong Influence to work in its
favor."
MUS. GKANT'S FATHER.
MB. DBNT ON BIS DEATH-DEI) AT
f Mw York Tribune Letter. AufUtt 1.1
i JanvaroutlT ill at the cottage of the
. r ,
rSMHltBl IOr MTi'--i pail, aim, ai
rT"i'J". , tttm farallv Bnd pbyikiQi that
STSJpmI Vl Wh
?!K""r-foVdB Bt time h. h
SUSSJ ssswi-jf --- y- i
seem to be (bo result of old aga and
tho general decay ol body rather than
any mnereniatseaas. ue is now eignty-
seven years ui .go uu uuuaunuy
wall ntMArved In all bis niontal faculties.
Tils son-in-law, Mr. Casoy of New Or
leans, watched with mm on Wednesday
night, and the prosidont was summoned
homo yesterday in conscquonco of tbu
sovero character of tho attack, and dur
ins last night cavo Many hour's attention
to the invalidt Mr. Dont's life has been
a remarkablo one, and ho bat been a con
spicuous character, uo was born in Cum
berland. Maryland. In 1786, ten years
after the signing of tho Declaration of In
dependence, and was tho lint vrhito child
horn in that town, uo proDauiy nas n
better knowledge of tho old families in
the United States than any man living, as
his acquaintanco was more extensive,
lie was a merchant by occupation,
and twice every year, whilo bo
was in Pittsburg or St.
Lonis, made an extenslvo tour of collec
tion, and thus made his largo acquain
tanceship with tne people oi tno country.
He was married in riiisourgn to jiiss
Wrenshaw, the daughter of a Motliodlit
preacher, who during her life was honored
and loved bv all. She died in 1857, hav
ing been the mother of nine chlldron,
even ol whom aro still llvine. at follows :
John Dent, now in Now Mexico; Oeo,
W. Dent, Ban Francisco; Frederick i.
Dent, of the reeular army, now with his
command at Dew London) Louis Dont,
Washington; Mrs. Grant, vrifo of the
nrcsident. Mrs. bliarp, who of the U. S
marshal for the district of Columbia, and
Mrs. Casey, the vounupit,of riew Orleans
Mr. Dent was always a very rigid ar.d
aggressive Democrat, taking bit political
nourishment from the lorn Uarton-Jaclc-con
school. Hu has not now and novor
has had any symnatbv with tho liepubll-
can party, and has frequently aisallud the
president for his radicalism. Since bis
son-in-law bccanio general of tbo armies,
Mr. Dont bas been a member of bis house
hold, wbethor In Washington or boro. Ho
novor made any concealment of his poli
tics, and it was a common bnblt with bim,
in a good-natured way.to abuse tbo Kenub-
lican senators and mumbers who called on
tho president in Washington. His was
a familiar face in the lobbies of
tbo nxecutlvu mtmeion, and he
did much to relievo tho tedium of
thoso who wcro corapellod to wait upon
the prosidont. Although sometimes petu
lant, he wat generally much respected by
those who had frequent occasion to visit
the Wblto House, Uetwecn Airs. Urant
and bcr father there have always existed
the warmest and tenderest ties. Ho has
been her companion oftener than any
other in her drives in Washington and
. n.n r. ... ri .
nero. in ioio, aitor nis marriage, jit.
Dnnt returned to'St. Louis, where ho accu
mulated considerable property, and where
be continued to live until he took up bis
abode with General Grant.
coaxirMiitiSi jaXD roBWAKni.'vo
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SOU,
(BtiMCMort to John B. Phtlllt,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
AID
FOKWA11DING MKKOHANT3
1X0
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
AGENTS TOR LAFLIN AND RAND
l'OWDER COMPANY.
Gob. Tintu Street and Onto Levee,
oaiko. I LLC.
Z. T. WATDDfS.. ) 0 UnL
MArnrr&s viil
POBWAEDIwe
CO MMI SSIOXMeBCHAN Tfl
DE.4I.EK3 IN
jrT'XjOTrK; o:r.aix-t:
5 AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
nniewn.
W.M. II. WALKER k CO.,
(Lato Walker Jt Harry,)
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
I OH SALK OF
COUNTHT, "WKSTEICI AND NohTUXHM
FBODtTCE
Nos. 15 and 17 North Water Street.
MOBILE, ALA.
JSTSpcclal attention given to consign
ment!.
0. CLOSE,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer in
Liue,'Cimknt, Plabteb, IlAin, Etc.
No Ohio I.evrn,
JflPl will Kelt In car lovt loU at raanulae
turera' prices, adding ttclgbt. 4-2-U
WOOD UlTTENHOU8i & BHO
FLOUR
ASS
Gjocral CommibsioD Moroliunu
18.1 OHIO LEVER
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OUIO LBYltB
G A 1 UO. ILLUOll,
Alt?, krrp cOBitutlr on hftnil a moit oora
piste stock uf
sootcu akd miBU wnuxua
-O I N Hi
fort, Madorla, Sherry and UstaxUVlnw.
K. Smith & Co. ore alto stents tor Srcn
McKav ACa.'t I'lttsburL' alr.ol Mlilel
laree stock is kept constantly on band at
thelrwlioiesaie store,
PARKER i, BLAKE,
titlLtkS
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
Pstly. Msslsit. UMolJao,
W IWXIO "W G-Xj -A. B B .
WINDOW BDAUIfl,
tsl tb e)nbrl(l lUumtnatln
AURORA OIL.
naonH'toiLDWi cob 11th bt. b oo
Homo Advertisements.
BEAK. ESTATE AUKHOl.
John Q. Ilannan. Chu. Thrupp
JOHN Q. HARM AN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLECTORS
ASU
CONVEYANCERS
North C.ir. ot tills Bt. nnit Ohio iX
Cairo, Illinois.
Oiler tor sale at low Deurcs and easy torm J
the following real cetatu :
0 1 An clPgani cottage, corner ineiito
nnd Locust strootx, Is i!7 and SX, b 1, third ad,
IaU aliovo grade, o lots in b 4, In what It
known as tlu "Ufdgc block" those loti run
through tlio block trom Fifteenth to Mix
toetith Btrccts, and the best residence prop
erty iu tho city adjoining property highly
Improvod.
iio a LtOUii ami 4. n uiy, aaaingiou
avenue, between Thirteetitli and Kourtcrnth
streets, wost olde. Oood two-story bulldlug
on each Int.
No 3 Also, vacant lot- a and f), adjoining
the abme. Lot 14, b 'i3, city,
ou Klutli ctrert, pouth ."lile,
between Commercial and ntilnKton avo'
rules, will bo sold In tracts to suit purchaser,
verv low and on cox v terms
No 4 Lots 7 and 8. b 'ii. corner ot Kolir-
tceutb and l'opbr streets, front on Poplar
fciroct, weel side, oppoiito poM-oince uiock
K f bnlendld bii-lncss bulldinir. res!
dence iu second Mory. G rooms, ball and
front and rear stairway, wateroubotb floors,
in number ouc condition; situated on norm
wost corner ot Commercial avenuo and
Twelfth htroot. A great bmrgula IT sold
oon.
No G Lots 4, 7 and ?, b 23. city, on
Commercial avenuo, bewcen 1'ourtu and
KlfUi streets, LoU 20 and 21, b 2.1. city, on
Washington avenue, between tilth and
Sixth street. Terms catr, prico low.
No 7 Lot 14, In b 1?, on Nineteenth
street, between Commercial avenue and
Poplar street a great bargain, Lot', b W,
1st ad., on Washington avenue.
No Two vcrj dclrablo buslncs bouos
und two lots, on slitb street between Com
mercial and Wa-hlugton avenues, will be
old ut tenn to pay purchaser rental of 25
per cent on investment.
No U Six lota in b 29, 1st ad. High
ground. ilOOeach on eay payments.
No 10 Lots 1 and 2, in b b north corner ot
Tenth and Levee etrects. Bust bu;lnes loca
tion in the city tertm easy. Lots21, 22 and
23 Iu I) IU, lat ad., couth corner ol Twentieth
and Poplar streets. Abo three lots in court
bouse block, fronting on 1'oplar street.
No 11 A fplendld two-story residence on
north-east comer of 'Walnut and Ninth
streets, with two lot very desirable prop
erty. -No 12 Lots IS and 19, b 79 south sldo ot
Twcnty-tirst street, opposite "Convent
Ulock" very desirable lor residence pur
pofes, cheap.
No 13 A well Improved arm of 2(0 acres
GO acres under cultivation: houesand burn
good orchard, bearing trees; running water
UiroiiRb farm above overllow. One quarter
mile from station and depot ol Cairo & fat.
louis rauroau. vt ui uo sum on easy terms
lor 5Uj per acre.
Noll Ten ol the choicest lots, in 1-uck
f7, 1st addition, abovo trade, beaut!'1 resi
dence location, will be sold at a jrat bar
gain. Wo call particular attenn to this
property as tt will be sold ver low.
a s'i.vk cuanck Fou afvraiMKjrr.
In addition to the forgoing we offer lor
sale, or lease, a larseumber of vacant lots,
in different ports tie city, embracing No
1 buincs and residence property.
In unimpwed lands, we have for sale
over 25.UV acres in Alexander and I'uliiki
countie'i at prices ranglcs from $2 to 15
nr Aie. and are prepared to offer induce
meiia to purcna:er luat connut be equalled
ic Colorado. Texas or anv other nUceorbv
"any other mau." A Urgeaniouuiutlandsot
tne very oeil quani, iu .ucuuutruu i u-U-kl
counties, belonging to the Illinois Cen
tral iiur..iui tompany.ior mi ie oi wcicn
we are me agenia, wui De toia erj- low aua
un ueb ea-y terms that a perwn ol indusui
ou habits, with a very nj.ill turn ot ready
muney, v10 ,a 1 le.n rear hejutm ihn
owner ol productive frm. He hae
plat- and descriptions of all l-indi oOered
lor ale and will take picture in showing
purchasers tbe property. Titles to all lands
sold by us guaranteed, and shown Iroia the
patentee when required by abstracts. Ap
ply lo JOHN g. HAitMAN A CO.,
cor. sum anu i-evee us., Cairo, ins.
June 7, 1373.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTIONEERS,
74 (second tloob) omo lbyhb,
cairo, illh.,
Hut and Sxll Real Ehtaii,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Anl pI'Tar CnoTrraco of Elnds!
li'siikr,
WHITE COLLAIU'LANINO MILL
N WALTERS, Proprietor,
EUU1U
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
AXD
LATII, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTt?
1)00113, SASU, BLINDS
ORDERS SOLICITED.
STRAHBOAT LUMJIKR,
FurnisbM on a&ortest notioo.
Commercial avenuo, betwoen Tenth and
i-IOTonta streets
CAIEO:
Id?
irii2srois.
1KMIU IUHIII.VU.
I'ATKONIZK
KCOTB TIR.A.D33
BULLETIN BINDERY,
Uorner Twelfth street and Washington Ave
J. C. 1IUELS,
(Late of St. Louis,)
PROPRIETOR
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
1 1 LANK HOOKS of every description done
Willi ncaUiust and dispatch. All kinds ol
rullni; done at short notice, lilbles, Music
Mivazincn and l'enodicais bound neat one
at the lowest possible rates.
iounty work, such as Itecords, Dock eta
r so iuuas, nmiki, cic, mane a ipeciailty
lloxos, rocket Hooks, Knvo iopes, c
to
ra In to order
11.24
lt(HT AMI -IIOIM.
r. M. etranti, A UcrtlnKcr,
K. W. STRAUTZ kCO.,
ASATOM1CA1.
BOOT and SHOE MAKERS
Corner of
Eiout StumtandCimmehcul Avcau
All kinds of boot and slioss made to or.
der on ftiort linllcu. mid in tile lateit uml
ino.t f,i'liHHiui)ie ri) ics, muioi uvuii, .hot
utid aaltcrs u scuciiuitr. e-:-u
Our Homo AdvArtUra.
HALLIDAY BROTttEliS
GENERAL AGENTS
ITOHWARDING ANuUOMMiaSlON
HRHO HAS TN,
DEALERS IN PI OUR j
Ss.4 A(lsU ol
onto hivaa amu kahawua
salt oojwrj?Js.xr.rjBH.
70 Ohio Lhvkb,
Caibo, Illiboir.
MrABLINHEB) 135.
J. 0. M.M'HEWSON,
coMrrssiON merchant
And Agent for
Haz.iiii and DrjPOKTjl'owDsn Co.,
AUGUSTA. GA.
K. U. FACE & COh
fOHWAHUlNS)
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS-
PKALSRS IN
II A X",
CORN,
OATS,
MEAL,
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PBOOUUR
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
3-12U
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
FOKWAR01NQ MRBCUANTH,
iai
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS iok FAIRBANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levoe. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
l'E T E R 0 II H L,
KsrlmtTc
FLOUR MERCHANT
A.Vt
No. M OHIO EJdVEK.
3-20 tf. CAIRO, ILL1NOIH.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANT,
AID
WUAKIT-UOAT rBOPRIKTOU.
prepred lo forward all kinds' of fr el(;bts
rsojtBsst atuad4 to prompUr.
COFFEY, HARRISON & CO.,
(.Successors to I. llurd & Son.)
OK-,wrA.iaxx3sr3-
AND
CommUsiou Merchants
IXUtaVCmAIN ANU HAT.
No 03 Ohio Lovte, OAIUO.ILI.S.
S. D. AVKB8.
E. I. Auk
AYEBS & CO.,
FLOUR
ANI
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lbvbi, Oao, Ills,
l-7tf,
Homo Advertiaomonta.
BARKB
ENTERPRISE SAY I NO H
!Uartril ftareti II. Itl.
(IVFICK r
CITY NATIONAL HANK, MAIKO
OFFICEH9 i
A. B. BArroiU), Prostdcnt;
8.8. TAYLOK, VIce-lresidenf,
H. I1Y8LOP, Secretary and Treasiirft
P. M. Biaeiit,
h. a. oc.i.i,
1'ltl. O.BC71CB,
i, tf, PUIUtM,
OofMMlaa nl mm AbsomssI KtvcyrlvMl Irum
Toat Crista Upward.
f MTKRKdT paid on dotll4 alths ratot nil i
JL per ocnt. pr annum, Muroh lil and Hplfm
bar lnl. lotcraat not wlihdriwa U iMdod Imrne
djately Jolhe principal of lhdoioslts, thsritb,
lTlnnlhmcompoulidlntrMl. 1
marmbd womb and onir.iihiiN mat
DBP0B1T IIOHBT
SO TBAT HO Oil IUI Ci JSW IT.
v.uin pry uuiibh ar rrnm a.m. in 3 p.m
7.' .Vrt-ra,!0' HAV,I, DEr,w,Tt
ooti W.HrK!,0!Tr...r.r.
THE CITY NATIONAL
B A.3ST EC.
1)1 1 KO,
CAPITAL,
ILI.INOIR
l(i(,i)00
orriciEti
W. P. UALL1DAT, PrMlilat
HK.NRT L. HALLIOAT, Vlc-rrMldni
A. B.HAPFOKD, Oasl.Uri
WALTER HTdbOP, Alllltto 0ihler-
I'lliCtOIII
Htaiii Titlob, floetit H. CCSl1-)3
Hun L. Hauiit, W. P. UlLUSAT,
Go. D. Wiluaimoii, Starusi Ilius
A. tl. Bsrroas.
KzrJiuiRT, Coin and Vnllsxl Mlntra
Botida Bonslit aad Hold.
DSPOHITU rl(xl, and a Knnrl Unklct
busUss done.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
isr fiAivis.
It. VT. Mii.leh, President.
J. M. rniLLii'8, Vice-rrenldcat.
Ciiah. Cl'.n.nimohax, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PKOMITLY M.4DU
. , .
BVC'l 1 1 11 IF AS?
T7X0IIAN0K, coin, btnk not
Htatecaritii.bonM4nd bom.
isstri Allow on nine nri.onu..
.
LAWYERS!,
WIliLIAM .1. AI.LBN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OAIHO, ILLINOIS.
Office over Hrst National bank. S-lftJm
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
OAIHO, ILLINOIS.
Office over First National bank. a-IK5ra
GREEN & GILBERT,
ATTORNEY&
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. (Ireen, 1
William U Gilbert, V CAIKO, II.I.l.VOIH.
MllfsP.OIlkort, J
twoul attsntica airre u idmltaltr and
Stsamboat bujloeiB.
0FTIO1 OinOI,BVXB,HOOUil 7 AKT) S OVKO
OITT XATIOSfAL nAMR.
John II. Mulkty. Wilhm C. Mulkey
MULKEY k SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
OlHcc, rear rooms over Hannon's book
store,
NO. 121 COMMERCIAL AVE3UK,
Between Seventh and Klghth street'.
0-U tf.
riuoc'Kitiix.
HERMAN SUHMETZSTORFF,
(Successor to II. Thlelecko.)
Dralrr Iu All Klndn
FAAIILY GROCERIES
WASHINGTON AVENUE,
BETWEEN TENTH AMD KX.EVJSNTII dTHEKTS
Having purchased tho grocery establish
ment ot II. Tlilcleckc. I slull always Keep
on hand a lull and fresh supply of all tbo best
i pood in my line, to no loumi in mo murnei.
I Ily strict attention to business, and lair deal-
i I ii I- I hnnn nnl nulv In rpllllll nil tllO CllStOlll
the plaeo has enjoyed In tbopait, but to add
to the list many now patrons. Asking a
lair share or public patronage,
Kespeetfully, HKIlM.tN hcil.MF.rziTOUFr.
7.10 tf
H. A. Thorus D. Thorns
TJIOMS k Rl'OTHER,
Succcsosrs to II. M.Hulcu,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. BROKERS
AND 1)KALKK8.I.V
Ntilean4 rnncy Orocsirlm.
Korelffn and Domcstlo
181 Commercial Avenue,
OAIUO, - - ILLINOIS
Our HomqAdvertiaorg.
WISH KI.CAXKQIJH.
HEM IS, BROWN A- CO.,
BAG MANUFACTURERS
AutNTrt Homk Cotton Mii.i.h
NO. 80 Ohio Levee, Cairo, UN.
l-5-2m.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TENTH STREET,
KKrWEBN WAHIl'K AVKyUK AMD WA1.SU1
lr. H, P. nId Informn toe pnMie that hi ha
L I V K R r S T A R L F.
' on th nortbwMt iH. of Tnlh atrcul ntu
Ilia HUMu llt . fMt-!l.h.l it, .,., ik
,
' BEST HORSES
AND GOOD VKUIOLCS.
and thf public may be necommndated at al
huurn of the day and night with safe team'
on the loxct term.".
11T' i'.DUif ak" "hare of public patrniisijo
and Will eiidrnvnr tu tnorlt It t.y fiilr dunlim:
and strict attention to bus)
WAOCr JUNUFAUTOR Y"
For Sale nt Wbolesalo or Rctnil.
OOHNin 32D-BTKKET A.VD OUIO LEY El
Cairo, Illinois.
till .1 P. OlTlltl.K
WARD & ROBERTA,
DxALEhs Window Shades,
'iYall 1'aper, 1crb WlllTB
Lead, Linbkku Oil
ILLUM1NATIMG OIL,
Spirits Turpentine, (Ilub
SnrtLAC, Alcouol, Kr, Err.
Washington avenue and Klevcnth -tte-f,
Cairo, ... Illinoi
You
can
buy six
Durant's
and ono-lmlf lbs.
A Coflco Sucar foriOno Dol-
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
. Sucar for One Dollar: Beat
j three and one-half libs. Prime
R.'n PnflTnn flnn llnllni- . Pnot
j Mil XVUWW, V11U
Imperial Tea, Uno JJoilar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Scvonty.fivo Cents por pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at Hiuam Bixby.
Cairo Uox and I3amki:t Co.
Dealers In
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
iiAitn ami wirr.
Keep constantly on hand
Fl.00RI.VO A5U StDl.VO, ALSO IiATIt.
SlMlrx Ncilldliil.
MILL AKD TAUD COKVIiR THIKTV-FOURTU
bTBEET AND OHIO LKVKK.
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS. 7-30 tl
CARL PETERS,
:b l.a.c.ie: smit i-i
'ir.i:imnitli mid liiilir H(i.,
Inlorms the public tbat hn biitenffncou tbo
t.iiniceh of a KlrsUclass W'ot'ou m.ikerand
also a Flrnt-cl'.s Horse fchocr and is roady
to manuiacture anu epair nil Kinu oi worn
in tnu trauo wim npair sna aipatcu.
jji;tciikim.
UYLAN1) k SALTER,
BUTCHERS
AUn DEALKHB IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OK EVEUV.DEFCltirnON,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenu
next door to tho Hyland saloon.
11.10 tf. OAIHO, ILLS.
JACOB WALTER,
BTJTOJHBB
ANU DF.AI.KK IN
FRESn MEAT,
KionTn Street, Uetweeh WABiiiNOTon
AND COSIMEBCIAL AVENUES,
Adjotnlnr IH'tontioue anil llnmiy'N
Hp the btit or Uet, I'orli, Mutton Val,
Lamb, Skuukc, to., nd am (irrporBd to isdne
sltneni In tbe moat aeceptabla nikcaer,
joiin smith,
(Successor to James KyuaMon,)
UpTonr.n and Dealxb in all Kinds ov
TiiKsn .Meats.
COKNKll NlNETKNTII AND I'orLAtt 8TB.,
OAIHO, ILLINOIS.
Huys and slaughters only tho best cattle,
tioKS and sheep, and in prepared to till any
jeinsnd for fresh meats from ono pound to
ten thouimnd pounds.
JAMliS KYN ASTON,
BUTCHER
AND DEALEIl IN
ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS.
Voir cor. Twentieth Ntrcct mill Com
j iiDiri'iiit A veil hp,
I Uuys and Uut;htorB only thu best Cattlo,
ilogi and Sheep, and is prepanid to till or-
tersiur r resu icats iroui ous iu ivu muu-
mud i-ouuUs.
'.S2tl
Homo Advertisements.
inHimANCs.
W. II. Morns, H. II landt't
NotirTrnWIo, No. Pub '.nd l(. ), Qom
riHE, HULL. CARGO, LIVE HTOUK
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
riraun akcb.
A'lA.lURTHOltU,
" - fM,t.il 1
fiOHTlI AMF.RlC.t, PA,,
M" ...tl,T8S,al ,
IIARTFOKIJ, 0ON
tin t... . Slft j
i'UOCMX, IIAKTFOlit),
,', ll.lsi.lts M
INTKHNATIONAlj, N. T.,
A0ttS KM.HMIIIIIHM !, f I ,3 S 1 tit
i'UT.NAH.HAHTFOKO,
ve,,wnt
ULKVEMNU, OLKVhUM.
Aalt...Mn. SJltTS 1
IIUMK.COliCMIlUS,
Aswts - sm.m t
UF,HICAN CKHTKtL, mo.,
"11 - lsi,VV
OON.NECTICnTMt'lUAI,. J.IFK.
AM-I -.. WJUMfliQ 00
TltAVELKKy, HAHTrotlD, LlFR AMI)
A'!!IENT,
Ait-. i,y,no ti
HAll.VkT P-IPA'OKIM A-nlKAN0K
CO., JIAHTFORD,
lil. ... M.,.. V,,iO0 H
INUKPRmiXNT, BOSTON,
- - ....... ,isj,y,2 k
isAFFORD, MORRIS A. CANDEE,
71 Dtlln lr,
TEUTON I A LIFE TNSuilAsNCK
COKPAKY.
OF CUIOAOO, ILLINOH
1 CCHT'L.OrFICK, 17J'S'A8IIIWQT'-NSr.
A.CTrvAi seso.ooo.
ThN German Life Insurance Company
ffiiarautees not only IMd-up 1'oliclcs but
aNo a Value In Cufi on the N'm-rorfolture
plsn
JOIIN A. UUOK, - - . l'rciiiont
0. KNOIlEl.blJOnr', - . . Hecrotary
JOIIN W. Pltt'ESS,
AKent for Cairo and vlolnlty,
RlSMAlurTiUNJ).
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting IJfo Insuranr
and Hick Helluf by weekly dues and mutual
eo-opemtlon in objects o! jiubllo beuctlt.
Tho I.ilo Insurancu Policies will be Issue J
by tho Teutoula Life lusuranco Company
U. MEYEIIS, l'rcsldont.
JOHN W. I'llUESfJ, Ao't.
rnrt'alruand Vlelnltr
I'lKE AND MARINE
IHSUBA ITCH
nilll'AiMKs.
MAUAKA, K. V.,
OKUMANIA, N. T ,
. ,ty.e,m
IIANOVEK, N. V,
KEl'OULIC, N. T,
JIP) kit .'I
st
.Tll, 00
OnrerrKlna tbe Undrwrttri' AMier,
VONKEWi, , T,
A.l.......- ST I'l
AU1ANV CITT,
...... .. S.U.14S
riKEMEN'lS FUND, X.
i .. .,,.
SKOUniTV, N. T. UA1UN8,
imctc. ........ ...., .l, t32.il
Htotn, IhrelllnK", Karnltr, Hulli tnd 0r
KOr, iniurt-l t u IticthUe iscnd, pir
minrnt iMiiritT win rrai.
I reifx-ctfullj bk of the eltlitniot C
hirof their ptlronagM.
I!. IV. IlirtJIIKS
I'llTBHIA.VS.
I'liyMclun, surgeon and accoucber. OlHec,
. n viiiii ruii;i, ncinciiii 11 uiiui uuu v.vuai
urceis. ti
A. J. ROE, 51. D
umcoover inoms k Jiros grocery More.
No. lat Commercial uvenuc, corner Klghtb
trt,et. Itesldvnco corner NSaluut ami
I tventy-urst street".
DR.H. 0. TABER,
Will renunio tbo oractlco ol his nrofes'loi.
with eepecial referenco to thu electrics
treatment ol diseases In all tbo new a.d lm
nroved methods of annllcatlou.
... .... w".i .'. itui.in vv'u.i'i.iii. u ii
win ne in auenuance.
Olllce, 128 Commercial avenue, up stairs.
r. s. hiucham.mTd!!
lloiuiL'pathic physl-lan and surgeon. 01
corner of Llevruta aud Cedar streets.
7-t!m
U. WARDNER, 51. D.
OIIlcc and KeMilcnco 111 Commercial au
nue, (nest door to tlio Athcneum).
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M.T)7
RESIOENOK No. 81 ThirtMnth streit. b
tween WahlnjioniieBUosnd7ilnatstr.et
jraco i-n.omnn rcii areuun, np ruirs.
0. W. DUNNING, 51. D.
Kr.ri,Lfr.iiiijv ornriiiiuin na mhidui
Oibee coiner slath street and Ohio le
Ottiee bour from a.m. to 1 m., and 8 p.m
lI f V i"iiTnr a i?
-k VaillVVHII . I .1 . . . . ...
IDZEHSTTISir.
A constant supply ol puro Nitrous OxlJi
Gas, fur tbo painless extraction of teeth, a
tho Dental Kooms of Dr. Douglas, successo
to Dr. A. 51. Aii.lln. Klulilh street. M I
mi.i.iNEssr.
MIIS. 5IoQEE.
Oa KlihlbBlreot, btwion Commercial ami Wib
HH.vi. miquuhi, l. in.i i.iu'j.iii'i
NEW MIIJ-INERY GOODS
ir tii
LATKHT 81BI1.0 AND SU1IMUK HTVLEi.
Heiinun a lull line of
I30I:TXT2r.T2 Ac ttJrE&
iTnnimitd urirl iinlritnm a1 . 1
SIlKNOU KLOWEI18, RIHUO.Nd, THIHMINO'
of all klndi, I.acna, U) (,to,
Mrs. MoOwt ban lo a larn aortmoat
Fancy Articln.sueh aa
And all other article uioally found in
FIHST-OLASS MILLINKRY BTOIlF
Hfnn. itl D.(ltHHni1 tir.a JirtL- t
..Hii llllllnprv Hnn. s v...,. ai..A ...
Completo ttSMrtment of Clnclmiatl Cupton
alrcnn' Hoots, ltlack and in Colors. 'Ihesi
over in tho market, and this is tbo onlj
house tbe city that mikes thorn a syeclalt;
to .1 4n- 1II Jlffl")J - - lu.mc.ie.

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