Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Cairo bulletin. (Cairo, Ill.) 1872-1878, August 21, 1873, Image 1',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
JOHN H. OBERI,y, EDITOR.
'M til? 1)11 r I i.i rn t xr
j, .i l in jju JJUIi J. 1. Pi .
('KlIiiK mnller nil -rrj imtjr,
.inning -ury sund.iy m nil :i. in. . ami h
NimHy Hrliifoi at a p. in.
Prayer meeting WediiOMlay ru-nlni.
Preu-hlng, .Sitlilialli ut 101 a.m. and 7) p. In
Prayer mcotiyg, Wednesday at 71 p. m.
4ibfAth School, .1 p.m. J.M. Lanwlcn, Su
perintendent. Ukv. II. Tiuvkk, Pantor
HF.TIIOl)IST.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut SU.
I'M nclilht;, Sabbath at 101 a.m., and 7 p. "
Prayer looutlng, Wednesday,? p.m.
Habbath School, 8. p.iu. L. W. htlllwell,
f ilpcrlntcndent. Ukv. K. 1.. Tiiomison,
UlUllC'll OK Till: UKDKKMKK (Ki.l.eu.
Morning prayer. Pal bath 10J a.m.
Kvimti pravor. 71 p.m
sabbath .-cliVil, a.m.
Ukv. K. ('dan, Itector.
T. PATRICK'S CHLTltCU Nintb St. and
v A'hlngtoii Avrnue.
l'ulili- rervice, Sabbath frill) mid IOJ a.m.
Vespers, 7 ji.in.
Sabbath School, 2 p.m.
arnk'f; every d:
; every day. 8 a.m.
ItKV. P. .1. 0'lIau.oHAX, 1'rlc.t
T. JOSEPH'S CHURCH. (dermaii,, cor
nci Ol f( ainui mill vro. SWltls,
Man, i-vi-ry 2albatli ut 10 o'clock a. m.
Vesper., 2 p. in.
Man limine week days o'clock a. m.
Kiev, c. lIurrtiA.v, I'rlot
uKHMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH 13lb
tri'Ct between Washington Avenue and.
Vi ainui street.
Prcsohlm: Sunday morning at 1
Sabbath school at 'o'clock p. I
ItKV. C. Dl'KliHCII.VEU. Pastor.
i'OUNO MK.V.S CIIK1STIA.N ASSoCIA
TIO.N. IteifUlar niei-tln second Monda
raru moniu at moir room oer jiockwc
V Co book .tore. Coiumerclal aTenuc.
WculJy l'rayer mcetlnj;, Friday, 71 p.m. at
U. V. STIM.WKI.L, Frculdent,
sKCOM) JUSHIONAKV HAFTlljT
LllL'Ilt'll. ConicrSvcainoro and FortV'
t)lt Htrcet. l'rcaclilutf riabbath at II
o'clock a, in. and 3 o'clock p. m.
riunday School 1 o'clock i. in.
Tliv cliurcb 1 connected with the lllinol
Aitjclatlon, by tho Flrt Miloii.iry
iist nurcn oi Cairo.
Kkv. Solomon LkosaKO, l'a-tor,
A Fill CAN MCTlIOUlaT. Fourteenth, bo
tween Walnut and Cedar
Services Mbbath. 11 a.m.
SabbaUi School, 11 p.m.
Clas mceU at 3 p.m.
eKCONI) FHF.K WILL llAFTIST'-Flf
teentli Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service, ftaljuatn, II anu a p. m.
Ittv. N. Kicks, l'attor.
FHKK WII.I. IIAFTIST 110MK MISSION
SAIUIATII SC1IOOI.. Corner Walnut
aild Cedar Street..
Halibhtli School. If a.m.
KIUST FItKK WILL HAl'Tl.-T CUCHCII
Cum V llarrack.
Strviccn, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. & 71 p. ui
Kkv. Wm. KEU.EV, 1'astor.
MUST MISSIONARY IIAI'TISI CIICKCU.
-'edjr, betwef n Mutli and lentb at.
I'rrachlim f-abbatii, 1UJ a,m. and 71 p.m.
i'rycr lucetiin;. eduenday cicnlnj;.
I'reacbtm?. Fndav- cvenlmr.
S.bbaUi school, 11 p.m. John VanHaxter
iua jury sicpuen, supennicnueun-.
Ukv. T. J. ailoiiKs, l'a;tor.
KCONIJ HAI'TIST CIlL'UCll-Fourteeiitl,
btreet, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only lUptlst church recotrulzed by the A-
benlces, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and . p.m.
Krv. Jacon JiitAiu.i'.v, Filler.
CA1UO COMMANDKUY, No. lS.-stated
Affinbly at th A.yluui .Ma.oulc Hall, nrnt
and third Monday. In each month.
CAIUO COUNCIL, No.lM.-IU-KUlarConyo.
cation at Masonic Hall, the fecond hridaj
lu each month.
UAIUO CUAl'TKK No. 71,-Kcgu lar Con
location at Mahonlo Hall, on the third
j iieiuay oi vwij muunii
JAIKO LOIKIK, No. 'IZi F. A A. M
Ur Communlcatloiii at Masonic Hall, the
iccond and fourth Monday, of each month.
TUE OUJM- tXI.U&.
AliKXANDKK LOIKiK, KI-MeeU In Odd.
Fellow.' Hall, In Arter'n bulldln, every
Thnrnlay uveulnt; at 8 o'clock.
I STATE OFFIUKHS.
tlovcmor .lohn L. llevcrldtje.
Secretary of Stato Ucop-'e 11. Harlow.
Auditor of Stato C. K. Llpplucott.
State Tre'iurer Cupper Uiiu.
Attorney (ieneral .luuieii K. l.'dall.
upt. l'ubllc In.tructlon-Newtou Uateman
', Scii&tor-Kluhard .1. Ogleby ami John A.
Itojircsentatlvo Kigliteoutb District Unci-
y MK.M11KUS OKNKKAIj AHSKM1ILY.
KcprcH'ntatle In tho fiOth dMrict.r
.lohn II. Obcrly, Wm. A. Lemma and M.ith.
w .1. lncore.
btiiatur for tho WtU dlntrlet. Jcso Ware.
Juilne 1. J. llakor, or Alexander.
htate'h Attornoy I'atriek 11. l'opu.
'lcrk U. S. Yocuin.
Sberlir A. U. In In.
Vm. Martin Aw.eni.or and Trcui-urer.
Jude- F. Ilross.
Anoclate.l. K. McCritc and S.. Murchll.
Clerk .lacoli O. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. OoHsman,
MUNICH AIi OOVKUNM F.NT.
Mayor John Wood.
Treahurcr It. A. Cunningham.
, Comptroller K. II. Falll.
Clork Michael llowioy.
Attornoy II. Watson Webb.
1'oUco MagiNtratoit F. UroBS and .1. J,
Bird. . . ,,,...,.. .....
.MarsUaianiiL;iiicioi l once iu.jicmuio.
Street Commissioner I). J. Oalllgivn.
11..11I1I1 oilleor W. Wooton.
MumburH l'ollco Force A. Cain i-nrL'cnt,
Whitcamp, l'lillllp Helm, Ch:m. Meliner
.nd 1. A. Coimnt.
nOAItl) OK AMIRHMKN.
Flmt wurd-Htrara lllxby and J.
1. Ml I...,
Second ward Herman Moycrs and Wood
tlttcnhpu'c. , M
l Ulrd ward dotill aiokwuu aim r . nor.-
pyilfii. . ,.! i.r vlll Hiul M. .1.
f uuiiu nniu w ' ----- - - -
Jl.0?"1'' . ....
1 Mini warn jno. 11. iwimiwu "
i 11 1 s n fi r
330..0? BTOBB0 f
OPPlM, 3STTT,TJ-32'rX2.T BTriLDIWO,
I ported Expressly for the Bulletin,
I'TUTIIKK UVIDK.VOK IN TIIK1
WAWASSKTT LN'V KSTf-
U ATI ON.
HltDlUT OF TIIK COHDNKirS
.ii nv in tiii-: itAiMinAii i
CKN. UI HNSIIJK TIIKOU'N FltOM
a nroov a n i) iN.n.'Ki;ij.
TWO NKWSi'Al'KK UKI'OKTKKS
DHOWNKI) WHILK HATH-
WA WAKT r l.VVKhl K1ATI0.N.
Vasiu.soto.v, August 'JO. Cant
Oodly, luperirit'ndcnt or llm I'otoniRC
I erry rompnny, tcxtMed before the Wa
wai!tt commlnlon to-day that tho lieenio
lor that veel called for 180 cabin and
twenty iteerago paMengori. Thii wa rn-
vived from the Owrge town cuUom-houvj.
Tho la,t inspection allowid only thlrtv
cabin and twenty ilporago. He aftor
wardi obtained permirifiin to carry 6C0
ndditlcnal pafiengors on a llmitod number
of cxcurilon on tho Potomac river.
Witne-fi had no idea how the tnl.tako ai
to lliiilHtion of number of jmMcngern o--
curred on lat inpiction
only theto being allowed. Cnt. Woo-1
laid tho fuporsntendm never uavo him
initruetioni to ooreio thu crew in lire
drill. Aftur further tHimony had been
given, Capt. Smith, general upervlping
irnpector, aid from the evidence of
th uperintendont of tho I'otomac
furry company, and of tho cap
tain of tho Wawa-sett, it was fvldcnt thtt
there waj an abience of discipline, order
and proper authority on the Wawain-tt.
W ho wm to blame he wctild
not my, but vcrything poMlble
hould bn dono to obtain tho
truth, in order to form a riga judgment
and to art nocordlnglr. I la entered tho
room with a deep feeding of lorrow, not
only b'faujo of tho occasiin. but because
it 4hortond hi trip to tho Weitern
waterj. Ho w. aniou t b.i here bd-
fore the commifiion closod, to givo iuch
aid in tho investigation ut might bo re
quired, and expret hi sympathy to thoso
wlio lot tlmir friend and relaliucs by tho
diiftiter. '1 he i!iininiion alj'Mirne till
TIIK nolloXKK i V KRII T.
Oiiilaoii, Augim 20. The coroner'i
nvettigallon In the rmo ol tho Chicagn
atidat. Loui ruilrond accident closed to
day. Iho jury rondcrivl th following
AYe tho jury ilud that tho deceased
catno to tlicir doatb from exteneivo
tcaldi and inhaling of ttoain, receiv-d on
tho night ot Augutt 1C, 167:1, caused by u
collitiort which occurred between
nn cnglno attached to a coal train,
nd an cnglno attached to -t passenger
rain, bolonging to and on thu track of
that road, about '.'J miles norti of tho
town of Lenient in faid county. "Wo, tho
Jury, from tho ovIJenco, tlnd that said col-
li-ion wui caused by tho criminal carwle
nesi of Kdward Iiean, conductor, and
O'hua PuOenberger, engineer, of eald
coal train, in violating the rule, and reg
ulation" of thu company, govorning the
movemant of trains Tho coroner ha Is-
ucd a mittiniiH lur tho arrest of botli
ACCIHEM'TO OB.V. lll'R.N'ejIIIR.
PnoviiiKNc K, Augiut 20 Gen. llurn-
idu and (lov. Howard of this rtato, weio
eriouily bruised at Martha's Vineyard
last evening, by being thrown from a car-
Nuw Yoiik, August 20. Geo. T. lvol-
lor, reporter of tho Jlrooklvn Union. and
eo 1'. IIowo roporter of tho Timci, both
lrownod while bathing this inomini: nt
untre MRrlohci, Long Island.
TIIK rUESIUK.NT AND VXKl .
JIuislinuto.v, Vormont, Aupust '-'0.
l'rosiilunt Grant and nartv arrived horo
nrly this morning, from Whito moun
tains, and wero rocolvod by a committed
f cltions with Mayor Dodgo at tho head.
After bronkfiut at tho Amurican hotol thu
president visited various points of Inter
est and subsequently received peoplo in
tho parlors of tho hotel. At half-past ton
tho presidont and party woro oecortod toJ
tho dopot by tho llrst roglmcnt of Vor
mont national guards, and whilo a national
salutu win tiring, departed for Lako
IiAkkGkokuk, August 20. I'rcsldent
Grant and party arrived hero nt8 p.m.,
via Lako Ohamplaiu, and nfter holding a
short roception in tho parlors of tho ho
tel, loft lu a special train for Glenn's falls,
whom a train will convoy tho party to
NEW YORK UErUW.ICA.NS.
New York, August '20, Tho Kopubli
can slate committee to-day decided to hold
tba stats convention on tho 21th of Sop
ttmbsr, t Utica.
A ITHMPT TO MURDER A LAW
VKK IN ARKANSAS.
A KM Kb MUX.
j ItltlKF ACCOUNT 01' A UIOT AT
I 11IKNINY, MICHIGAN.
LOWKNSTF.IN I'll K M U IIIKU Hit
I'.IOHNO IN AHKANCA.
IilTlI.E Kock, August 20. Tim board
; of suporvlson) mot in l'erryvllle on Mon
day A rilan named .Monen, and for
riicr clerk 01 tuo county, banked by four or
nvo friends, ontorod tho town armed
mey nad sworn they intended to
kill J. W L. Ma hows, an attor
11 y 01 uiu court, on account 01 an
article published In tho Oa.etto rellect-
ing on them. They attacked .Mathows in
court, broking up tho court. Mathows
retrealed in a rtore, and flrcd upon his
pursuers, but without eirct. A brisk lire
wss then openod on both M?t, during
which Monc was wounded, though
managed to escape to tho woods
That evening the frinnds of Mathows to
tho number of abojt ISO entered town
killing a niHti named Triceman, and his
crowd left, however, as had tho sheritf
alio, who is undcrftoon to ho friendly
to .Mane, anl v;ho i now in
this city. Aftor this the board of super
visors resumed tholr court, and Mathows
had warrant 1 isued for the arrest of Monsc,
Hambright, tho shorn)' and all othorf en
gaged in tho affair, but to latest accounts
they had not been erved. Tim atl'sir cre
ates, great icitomnt throngb tho county.
Full particulars will be laid In-fore the ox-
MOT IN MICIlKiAX.
Milwaukee, August 20. A private
letter from Isheniny, Michigan, dated
August 111, says: "We bare had a riot
here. A man was killed in tho Urcot
and too murderers nrrosted. Whilo re
moving them from thu jail to the depot,
the prisoners wcru taken from tho
officers and beaten, onu so badly ho
died in a few hours, and tho other so that
ho cannot live. Somo of the rinc-lnndor
wuro arretted, and others aro .till at larg,
The Irish nro collecting Irom numorou
pointf, and tbo Irish flig is liying. "What
the reult will be it is impossible to tell
Aliia.nt. August 20. Tho Brooklyn
detectives who arrested Lowunstcin
reachetl this city, and left tho prisoner In
custody of an ollker of tho alato prison
They found Lowtmstein at work in a bar-
bur shop. They called him out and told
nun itieir business, iiu was at onco
willing to go, but hu was afruid tho people
uoiild hang him. IIo mado fovoral con
tradictory statements, but denied commit
ting the murder.
IiOl'IILE HuMJl tuic.
AunuhTA, August '-'0. A bloody and
fatal affray occurrod to-day atSwansboro,
Kmanunl county, Georgia, between Jos, 0.
King and llruco McLuod, which resulted
in the death of both parties. King ad.
vised his sister-in-law not to roceivo Mc
I.eod's attentions. Shuactod accordingly,
writing hira a noto to tliat effect. This
eiaspuratcd McLood, who, whilo under tho
inlluonco of liquor insulted King, which
latter resented by slapping his face,
whoreupon McLead fired four time from
a revolver, fatally wounding King, who
returned tho tiro inflicting wounds from
which McLoad died. Doth woro rcspecta.
bly connected. King was a lawyer, .Mc
Lead a clork.
INCITEMENT IN TIIK hTOC K KXCIIANOE.
New York, August 20. Tho Stock
Kxchango was thrown into a fovor of ex
citement to-day by thorenowal of rumor
of tho Forfaits illnoss of Commodoro Van-
derbilt, and still lator roports ho was dy
ing. For a timo thoro was n great rush to
soil stocks, and "Western Union was rat
tled down, assisted by tbo Ilearf, from
S9J to bTJ. Uoalings in all Vandorbuilt
stocks woro largo, and attonded with ox
citcmont. Inquiry showed thoro was no
foundation for tho rumorod illnoss of tho
Cincinnati, August 20. Messrs. Frie-
borg & Workum, prominent liquor dual-
ors of tilts city, wore to-day, by a uuani-
mous voto of tho mombors of tho board,
expollod from momborship of tho Cham
ber of Commorco and MorchanU' Ex
change, for contempt toward, thu associa
tion, in denying and rofuFing to rccognizo
tho authority of its board of oillcors, to
try charges of unmorcantllo conduct pre.
furrod against tbom by Mills, Johnson A:
Hai.tuioiie, August 20. Tho Haiti-
morsu Amorican celubratuJ its centonnial
to-day. Tho office is handsomoly decor
atod with fhgs and coat of arms of tho
LiKfJK, August 20. Mombers of tho
iron and steol institute of Llcgo havo ac-
ceptod an Invitation to moot in tho Tnltod
States in IbiJ, and havo designated Phila
delphla as tbo city in which they will as-
Omaha, August 20. Thirty car loads
or seal skins passed throngb this city to
day enronU oat, "Weather very hot.
COB. 12TH 3071132320? A.WD 'WA.QlrlllT&OrOIrr
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY,
Washington, August 20. Prolmblll-
tloi Tor Now England nnd Middle states
llt'ht p.itorlv to south winds, contlnna.!
i cloudy weathorand light rain on tliocoait
to-night. For lakn region, thonce to Iowa
light eouthegstorly to touthwosturly
winds, partly cloudy or clesr weather ox
copl in Upper Lake region and westward
to Missouri valldy. For South Atlantic
and Eastern Gulf states fresh southeasterly
to southwesterly winds, threatening
weather, high winds probably pruvall oil"
South Atlatitio coast on Thursday.
Paiii, August 20. A report from tho
veol In which Honn Itocbefort wus
shipped to New Caledonia, says his fellow
convicts considering bis courio as treason
able to tho cause of the commune, made
an attempt to lynch him. Thu officers of
the ship woro obliged to assign him quar
tors apart from, and protect him against,
the Communist exiles.
St. Louis, Aucust 20 Flour firmer:
super $3 50(3il 25; X $4 GOfaS 25: XX
JJHUlrtlj; AAA ?li 0U(rlll Ittllllly fl(il).
Wheat dull: downward tendencv: Nn.
3 red fall $1 30f77jl 32; No. i 1 45; elova-
tor sampio lots .o. :i Jl 201 30; Xo. 2
jl 11 45.
Corn-, o. 2 mixed 3iJ40c.
Oats in better demand; No. 2 mixed 20
fu)30c spot; 28c September.
uariey num abovo buyers view,
live active and higher; No. 2 C2ij04c.
I'.irk quiet and unchanged.
Dry salt meat firm; shoulders 81c: C It
C'c; clear !tjc.
Uacon weak; shoulders ylWiOJc: 0 It
10J10Jc; clear 10jllc; bann lolGc.
Lard dull; refined ; prime steam
Sucar stuadv and ilrm. Louisiana JI 5(771
hiskoy scarce, OSc.
MEuniiN Aucust 20. Cotton demand
light, holders Arm.
Hour demand llirrit and out holders
llrm; medium fOQ,! f0.
corn meal dull tnd drooping, $2 fl
Corn dull and drooping, nominal, u7(7A
Oats sc arco and llrm 41f?)l2c.
Hay dull and nominal.
llacon scarce and firm; shoulders 'Jj(.7-
Oc; tides llllli pork dull and nom
lttK. mid rnll of Chclllvfn
For 24 hour- ending 1 p.m., Augut20, 1S73,
Jellerson City .
Kiiu-a-i ciiy . . .
Louisville.. . .
Jlorgauiown. . .
Kdwin uahi.and, ;
Observer Siirnal Service, U. S. A.
St. Louie, Aucut 20. Arrived: lie-
Smit, Missouri river; Colorado, Vlcks
bur.:. John F Tolle. New Orleans: John-
con, Keokuic; Piasa, Quincy. Departed ;
Fannio Louis, Missouri rivsr; Grand
Towur, Memphis; Northwestorn, Lower
rapids. Thoro is a strike among the pi
lots ou tho upper rivor. the wanes or thu
St. Louis and St, Paul pilots has boon
1 r n . 1 1 r . ,
jiiu pur 111011111, nun oi iaoe running to
Kookuk $125 per month. The company
wishes to reduce thesalory or tho St. Paul
pilots to $125, whilo tho Kookuk pilots
insist upon tho uniform rato of $150 per
mouth. Rivor fulling. "Weather clear
and very wsrm.
Mkmi'ius, Aucust 20. Hivor ilocllnini?
Weather clear and pleasant. Donartcd:
Sulla bilvor, New Orleans; Itullo of
Shreveport, rod river, City Vicksburg;
St Louifj 0 II Church. Cincinnati. This
afternoon tho James Howard is aground
at Osceola bar drawing fool more water
than tuoro is coanuui.
Louisville, August 'Jo. Hivor rising
with 1 fert 1 inch canal, 2 foot one inch
ohute. Weather clear Bnd pleasant.
ilusine's dull. Mary Millor. loadinc for
New Orlonns, will lunvo to-morrow at 5
p.m. Arrived. Mary .Miller from Cincin
Kvansvillk, AtiL'ust 20. "Wustlior
cloarand warm, .Mercury 05 to 82. Uior
rallun o inches. Up: Dick Johnson, Geo
Roberts. Down: Koystone, Marv Anient,
Grey Kaglo, Idlewfld. llusincss very
light, ihougn pacuets nad good trips.
NewIOhleanh. AtiKiist 20, -Arrived:
Nick Longworth, Cincinnati; Mary Alico
and bargos, St. Louis; West Wind, Cairo,
DuDartud: John Kvle. St. Louis. Cloud v
Nauhoille. Aiiirust 20. Arrivod: Ella
Hughes, Cairo, Itlver stationary; 32
nchos ou shoals. Wcathor ciear and
SiiREVErniiT. Aucust 20. Cloar nnd
ool. Fell -1A inches. Nor arrivals orSe.
Vicksuuro, August 2o. Cloudy nd
warm. Rivor falllne.
Cincinnati. August 20. River 9 feet
tendency to rise.
I'itthboiw, Aiicuit 20, lUvor fullloR
with 7 foot,
AUGUST 21 1873.
Our Homo Advortiscrs.
toHHifiaios AHu roBWAmninu
JOFIN B. PHLLIS & SOW,
(Huouuiorl to John II. I'Mllit,)
i general commission
DKALBH8 IN UAV, CORN, OAT8,
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c.,
AGENTS FOlt LAFLIN AND HAND
Con. Tenth Street aku Ohio Levee
'MILLER A PAAKKK,
DKALKR8 IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AOKNTS fok FAIHBANK'S SOALKrt
Ohio Levoe, CA1KO. U.LIN01S.
E.I). MATHC88.. J.o UHt
MATHUS3 & UUL
Commissi on Me rchan Ts
iAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
U. AYU8. K. J. AVKII
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
. No. 78 Ohio Lxvjik, Cairo, Ills.
WOOD KITTKNnoUHK & HRO
fi moral Comaiissiou Mcrohans
18.1 OHIO LKVKB
COFFEY", HARRISONS CO.,
(successors to 1). llurd Jt Sou.)
k'l.Ot'B UUAl.V AMI HAT.
No 03 Ohio Lovi'o, CAIRO, ILLS.
GKNKRAL COMMISSION MKKCHANT
And dealer in
I.ime.'Cement, Plaster, Hair, Stc.
13T1 will sell in car load lots t mauulac
turem' jirlces, adding Irelght. 4-2-tl
I1YLAND & SAUER,
AND DKALRltB IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Cornor 10th street and Commercial avciiti
nost door to tho llyland saloon.
11-16 U. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND DKAI.KK IN
F.IGHTH Street, IIetwkkn WAaniNOToa
Adjolsilnv Bl'loiibniua nail naiiiiy'M
, "-h """I. I'orK, Mutton Veal,
Lamb, hamtKB, etc,, di am prrpartul lo asrso
(Successor to James Kynaston,)
UUTUHKR AND DEALER IN ALL KINDS 0
COHNKK NlNKTKNTH AND PorLAIl 8T8.,
Buys and HlaughtorH only tho best oatllo.
hugs and Hheop, and Is propared to 1111 any
Juuiand for tluhh meats Irom 0110 pound to
iun (uousanu pounds.
AND DEALER IN
ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS.
Nerir cor. Tts-entlelli Hire! issul Cum.
Huys and sUughters only the best Cattle,
Hogs and Sheen, and Is propared to till or
Jor. for Fresh Moats from one to ten thou,
sand pounds. 7-Mtt
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
FORWAKDINfi anu UOA1MIS3ION
1 It II I! H A , TS,
DEALERS IN PI -OUR ;
A4 A(Mil. ul
llllll lllVMH AND KANAWIli
70 Ohio Lhvbh,
J. 0. MATHKWSON,
And Ascent fur
Hazard anu DtrrosT Powder Co.,
K. C. l'AOE & CO.,
t' O H W A It 1 1 J
A H V
FLOUIt AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
No. HO II1IIU I.KVEK,
-1-20 tr. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J. M. l'niLLrPH,
Forwarding and Commission
prop.irnl lo rorwird all kinds of fr eights
IU llll puillis,
asrUuslnesi attendtd to promptlrt
WM. II. WALKER & CO.,
(Late Walker .t llnrry,)
GEN Elt AI, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
KOlt MALE OK
Country, Western and Northern
Not. 48 and 17 North WatorStrect,
tSTSpeclal attention idveu to i-nn.iun.
ments. B.10 ft
CM MsU:Baai IMIBC.
MVHPIsl atUailOB SSl is ordao. (.a.
noun w. narmaii. (:, tv.,
JOHN Q. HARMAN A CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Nosrlli or. 0I6II1 . and L,,
. Oder for sale at low flaures and caiv tam.
No l An elegant cottage, corner Twainii
and Locust streets, Is 27S1 Jas, b 1, tid
Lots above grado. 'ft lots In b i b whit ?.'
known as thj "Wdgo Block;" those Io2 n.V?
theaToVe?'"10' &Dbd hPt
on sixth Vtreet,' bpouU,' gfi
between Commercial and Wahtn!Jtin ..!'
cry low and on easy terms. v
n 4 Lota 7 and 8, b38. corner at sTnni
"Jl'oi.lar streets, Sou lpUr
itreet. west side, opposite Do.tmca blk.
.s: 1 l,eoUl11 buainess building, rest.
SS,nn.0.in.roco,1.a.,'tor5r' 0 bill svnd
Itontand rear stairway, waterouooth floors,
in number one condition- .ti......i
west corner ot Commero aTTvenu. ami
iwelitu sucet. A great bargata iriw
No 0-I.ots 4, 7 and 0, b 23. citr nn
Commercial avenue, beWeenToirtl' and
u-V f.,,rc.ut8' J'0U M nt U 23, city, on
JV ashington avenue, between F'ilth 'and
Poplar rcet? pen bargain, iot25, b M
1st ad., on Washington avinue. ' '
an0,ut-,r;,?Lor.!1'lB. Vm botue.
merclarand'Washrngto'n a enuWS:
-old at terms to pay purchaser ntl0f Vi
per cont on Investment. W ot
No six lot. In b 20, 1st ad. Hlirh
ground. 200eachoneasypaymonts. &
rSSh trVyts 1 anJ '' ln & corner ot
.1 ""V1 1 lU L. vee rtts. ilest husloes 1 loca'
t 'i0!.' Ut.tt'1-' soulh corn" ot Twentieth
KnH.1 WlalL",reel"; Al0 we lots m court,
house block, fronting on Poplar street.
.A 8Plt'nl,lll two-story residence on
north-east corner of Walnut and NlutS
rtwett, with two lots-very desirable pro"
TJi.0.1' K. ,nd 10' b 70-outh tide or
n&Tfl "T" 11 "J-'V opposite "Convent
Ae fe arn
good orchard, bearing trees; runnbTg waUr
trough fann above 5verilow. ol. uusSter
mile irom station and depot ot Cairo' bt!
tVrTlii Per acre. U BOm 0n eMy tenM
aT'rTlP."01 tbo choicest lota, In block
67, 1st addition, above grade, beauUIul resl
dence location, wiii be sold at a grett bar.
gain. Wo call particular attention to this
property as It will be sold very low.
1 A CUAN FOR LN VESTMENT.
In addition to the foregoing we offer for
sale, or lease, a Urge number of vacant louf
n diuercntpans ol tho city, ombraclnV No
1 business and residence pronertv 5
lu uuliuiiroved lamia, irn i-
ovor ia.iuo acres in Aleiander and Pulaski
counties, at prices riingloy from a totts
per aero, and are prepare J to offer indue.
ruen,? to purchasers tnat cannot b Ws&ecl
u.li ery.b.e.,t ,n Alexander and Pu.
laskl count les. Iiplimi-lm. n 11,. imrr.
w . I 1 fua(J 0U1Paf 'or the sale or which
wo are the agents, will bo told very low and
z .'Victo. mr lhato pe.a oau.w.
' -..0, ..iiu u scry Biaau sum of radr
S'wn'.r1"1 ,D . fu,w JeaM becomo
owner of a productive tarm. Wc have
Plats and descriptions or all lands offered
or sale and wllTlako pleasure InshowlnS
purchasers the property. TlUes to all I landa
sold by us guaranteed, and shown tromth.
patentee wnen required by abstracts, in"
I'ly to, JOHN O. U.UtMAA CO..
Juce 7,'lsS. " LVeC C,aw UJ''
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (MCOND ILOOB) OHIO LIT1I,
Bov and Sll rKAIi EaxAii,
PURNIHH ABSTRACTS OP TITL1
And pi .rare OnnTavwaM of Kinds!
BSTABLISU Kl is 1180
Hy luembcn or tho society oi
Josus, and Incorporated by an act of the
stato legislature in 1832, It has experienced
uninterrupted success, and continues to of.
for tho student eu-ry iacJUty lor acquiring
t'lnaslrnl ntid Commercial Bdnctloa
Ilulletlus are sont three times a year to
tho parents or guardians of the students to
in form thorn ot tho conduct, health and
liuprrovemont ol their sons or ward. An
experienced physician dally visits the In.
ttltiitlon. and the greatest care and atttn.
tlou tiro bestowed on the sick.
Hoard and tuition, per session, tea
Tho nost session begins on September 1,
Cataloguss containing Instructions to par
ents, and full particulars, will be sent tree
on application to
ltv. J. O. Zealajcd, S.J.,
Prosldent St. Louis University, St. LouU,
NEW YORK STOifJfi,
WHOLESALE AND BSTAIL.
LAMM TAUBTT fTOCE Ul TBI ail
GOODS SOLD VHYOLOM.
(Jstimav ml BtaaatMsalf