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JOHN II. OBBIUiY, BD1T0K.
T HE BULL E T i N.
HfiulliiK niitllfr on ofr) lSP',
IMItl.VI'IAN' l.'IIUIiC'll-Klfhteciith street
between WurlilliKtoti untl Walnut.
Meeting euiy H11tnl.1v at 1UJ it. tit. . ami
Miiitlay school utr, p, in.
l'fajcr meeting Wednesday el cnlliif.
Preaching, Habbatli ut 101 a.m. anil 7 p.m
I'rayer mectl! l', Wednesday at 71 p. tit.
.abfiatli Hcliool, Jl p.m. .1. M. I.ansdcn, fill
Prlntendetit. Hie v. II. Tiiayxii, Pastor
KTIIOIHVr.-lor. Highlit anil Walnut St.
I'reachlm:, Sabbath at 10) a.m., anil 7 p. m
I'rayer iiitctliii', Wednesday, 74 p.m.
Sabbath School, 3. p.tu. I.. W. Stlllwell,
Huperiiitetiilctit. 1UV. K. I,. 'I'lioMi'tu.v.
Ult'ltt'll OK T1IK l'.KI)KKMKIt-(Kplico
Morn I m: nraver. Sabbath 101 a.m.
evening ptaytrr, TJ p.m.
Sabbath .-cliool, it a.m.
IIkv. K. Coin, Hector.
t-T. PATRICK'S ClIl'lieU-Mulb fit. mid
Public service, Sabhillt MK) and 1UJ a.m.
t'pers, 7 li.tii.
Sabbath School, !! p.m.
hen Ice ewry day, 8 a.m.
Kiev. 1. .1. o'IIai.loiux, Priest.
T..IOSIT1PS UlURCIl.-IOiriuati,, cor.
tier ol Walnut and Cross street".
.Main, uvery Sahli-ilb at 10 o'clock l. lit.
Vespers, - p. lu
Ma during week days, 8 o'clock a. m,
Kiev. C. Hoffman, l'rlest.
street between Washington Avenue ami
Preaching Sunday morntug at 10 o'clock.
Sibbatb nchool at !i o'clock p.m.
HKV. O. lIUKIlitCII.NKH, l'aftor.
t'OUNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION'. Regular Meeting second Moudy
eacbmontbat their room ter Rockwell
V Co's bookttore, Commercial a unite.
Weekly Pra) er meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. at
1.. W. Stillwei.l. President.
aHCONI) JllSSIONAltV IIAl'TIST
CHUltCU. Corner Syeaniore and Forty-
Urt Directs. Fri-Achlm- satihath at 11
o'clock a. m. and Jl o'clock p. in.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
The cburcb In connected with the Illinois
Association, by tbe First Missionary
tiit Church nl Cairo,
Kiev. SijI.o.mo.v I.conakii, Pa-tor.
AFRICAN MKTHODIS I'. Fottrt. eutb, bo
t We en Walnut and Cedar.
Services, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
SaMiath School, p.m.
CUi meets at 3 p.m.
b'F.CONI) FRKK WILL HAPTIST'-Flf-
teentb Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbath. 11 and 3 p. tn.
Rev. .V. Kicks, Pastor.
rilEK W1I.I. IIAl'TIST HOMK MISSION
SA111IATI1 SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School. U a.m.
KTRaT FRKK WILL HAI'TIaT CHURCH
Services, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3p.m. .V 71 p.m.
Kkv. Wm. Kkllkv, I'astor.
r 1US7 MISSIONARY IIAl'TIST CIIUKCll.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth Sl.
l'reachlng Sabbath, 10 a,m. aud 71 p.m.
I'rayer meeting. S edueiday evening.
1'reachlug, Friday t eulnt".
Sabbath school, 11 p.m. John auUjiter
aud Mary Stephens, superintendent!!.
KEV. T. J. SHornis, l'astor.
k KCONI) IIAl'TIST CIU'HCII-I'ourteenth
sir., i l.fHvrHii Cedar and Walnut. The
only llaptlit church recogulzed by the A
Senrlce, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and . p.m.
Hrv. .Ucoh IIiuhlkv, KUler.
LAlltO COMMANUEHV, No. W.-SlafeU
Afemuly at the Asylum Masonic Kali, Urst
and third Mondays In each month.
fJAIHO COUNCIL, No.iM.-Kegular Convo.
cation at Maonlc Hall, the second rrida)
in each month. .....
OA mo CllAl'TKK No. 71.-ltcgtl r Con-
vocation tt Masonic llall, on thu third
Tuesday ol every month,
JA1HO LOUOE, No.'J37 P. A A. M.-Hegii.
lar Communications at Masonic llall, the
second and fourth Mondays or each month.
A1.KXANDKK LOUOE, '.i4-Mcets in Odd-
Kellowi' Hall, In Arter'a building, every
Thursday eTeulug at 6 o'clock.
(lovcrnor .Tohn L. lloveridgp.
ficcretary or State (Icorgo II. Harlow.
Auditor or Statc-C. E. l.lpplncott.
State Treasurer Oa-per Kut.
Attorney (ietieral James Iv. I.dsall.
Supt. l'ublic Instruction-Newton Hatoman
Scnatort-Itlchard .1. Oglesby and John A.
'"Ifuprosflntatlvc Eighteenth Dletrict Isacc
MEM1IKKS OENLHAL AS3EM1ILY.
Heprescntathr In the f'lth dlflit.
John II. Obcrly, Wm. A. Lemma and M.ith.
'tiiatorftMlie f-Oth district. Jcsse Ware.
Judge D. J. Hakcr, or Alexander.
State's Attorncy-l'atrick 11. 1'upe.
Clerk-K. S. Yoeum.
Sheritr A. 11. Irrin.
Win, Martin Assessor and 1 reaurer.
Judge- K. llross.
Associates .1. E. McCrito and S. Marchll-
"clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Uossman.
Mayor John oou.
Treasurer K. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. II. hauls.
iMnrk Michael Howley.
Attorney 11. Watson S ebb.
rr":. i. -f
llross and J. J,
Marshal and Chierorl'olleo Wm.Mcllale.
Street Commissioner D. ,1. (lalllgan.
Health Olllcer W. Woolen.
Members I'ollce Force A. Cain Hargent,
F. Wltltcatnp, I'ltllllp Helm, Chai. Mehuor
md 1'. A. Conant.
DOAllI) OP AI.HKU.MKN.
First ward -Hiram lllxby and .1. M.
1 Second waril-Ucrman Meyers and Wood
Klttenliou-e. ,, . ,.
Third ward-John McKwon and horn-
F. Nellls and M. .1.
Jno. II. ltohlnson and Win.
, WA1U) & llOBKHTS,
DXALKBS 1 AVlNDOW SllAIlK",
VAI.l. 1'AriCR, l'DRI "WlUTK
" 1.KAD, Linskkd Oil
SriuiTs Tuni'KNTiNie, Oi.uk
Husllac, Alcouol, Etc., Ktc.
Washington avenut and Eleventh tticet,
OAino, - Illinoi
OFFICE, BTTIiIil3TI3r BTTIXi 33 HTQ-, COR. 12TH STEBET A.2ST13 VT-A.SKCiaSTO-'rOlSr A.VaaJ3STTTE
mm HflDTniiTfl I
Ficportecl Expressly Tor the Bulletin,
dkvci.oi'mknt.s intiik vui,
UKIlAX(j-:i) .man .mi;kdi:i!s
his win-: AND TIIKN
A STAI.TM.VI. STOItV AHOl'T ,
IIANI OK KAILHOAI) 1IUIJ
KHSCO.NTA!Il"i'BI). MAN' ST A DDK I) IIV A VorNd
LAHY IN A LOVEIW J'.OW.
WOMAN SIXTY YKAKS OLD
M A H V l.S HEHSELF TO
THE Hul.dtJK INVEoTlOATKiN.
l'mi-ApKLi'iiiA, Auguit 22 A hearing
wm had to-day in tho ca.a of Deputy
Coroner Y.n, ti pa -intundent of tbe
Morgue HsAler hldilcEwan, driver ol
tbe coroner't wagon. Tho twy former nro
cbarged with trallicmg in dead boJiei,
and the latter with robbery. Thia ckjm
growa outorth'i diicovery of thu late -Mr.
.Munce. Thu testimony iliowc-1 that tbo
gold watch had Leon stolen from tho
body of Mr. Mitnco, and pawned
by McKwan, that tho body was
reinuvod to tho college with tlm clothes
on. Thu lupurintendctit of the morguu
failed to keep it record of the clothing or
property hi required by law. A witness
teitltted Hintcr looked a liltlo liku tho man
who took M mice's body to tbo college, aud
he bad frujuuntiy brought others to the
place. There w no direct evidence
ngalott tho deputy coroner, but be and
Haxter wore held for further h
McKwan wa committed.
wife mukixsi: IV II.LI.SOI-.
Si. Luun, Auguit -8. A dispatch from
l'yon, IlllnoU, lays on I'ridny of last
week, John Hancock, livint: four milei
from l'ayson. was discovered hanging bv
the neck from tho window of hi houie, by
a gentleman. He was dead. On entering
tbe houiu Mr'. Hancock was found lying
on tuo chairt, with a terrible
ound In the lifad from which
brains hnd blood wero ooing. The
lady lived thre dayj, but ilid not
return to conicioiune!'. An explanation
of the matter could not, therefore., be ob
tainod, but it it fuppoied Hancock, who
for toinetiniu hai thowii symptoiiii of do
rhngctnont, struck hi wife with a hammer,
onu boing found near her covered with
blood and hair, and then hung- himself.
Hancock wni a respected citizen of 30
yean standing, and about CO years old.
A JIASE rilll'.ICATION.
St. Lolls, Auguit 1!3. A f penal dis
patch front Lawrence, Katisa, dated
August 21, which has gained circulation
in papers outside of tbut state, and which
purports to give an account of an attempt
tt hrow a train on the .Missouri
l'acillc railroad Trout tho track 4 miles
cast of Holdun, the boarding of tho train
by it band of rutlitns with thu evident in
teuton of robbing the passengers
and tho subsequent killing
of one, and wounding of another
ol tbe dpjperndooj nt Holdtn, it pro
nounced by oflicoriof tho road here to be
utterly fatso, nnd that the entiru story is
made out of wholo cloth, Tho conductor
of the trnin states nothing of tho kind oc
curred either that evening or on any other
occasion, and that the story is n base fab
rication from beginning to ond
A KIOIITINU LOVEIt.
New Yohk, August 23. Henrietta
Ultz, residing with her fatbor, a physi
cian, In Brooklyn, who forbado her kocp
Ing company with onu John Smith, yes
tenlay afternoon met ber lover, and foon
tho angry father appeared, and wont for
John with tongue nnd cane. Joseph
Fries cumo to the assistance of tho father,
and Muurlettu mado for Frio8,tlio result of
which was that Honrietta gave bail to-day
to answer n charge of stabbing Fries, who
wis said to bo too eovoroly wounded to
appear in court. Tho father became her
A WOMAN WllirrUUTO IiKATII.
Somo commotion has been caused in
Brooklyn from stntctnonU itiadothat Mrs.
Christina Langdou, died front ueovero
catigatton at tho hands of Dr. Jacob
Oerst. It appears tho woman has been in
poor health for soinotimo, and a few days
ago got u fall in thu ovenitig. She was
dollrious, and tho following morning was
tt raving lunatic. Tho doctor was called
and as tho woman, Recording to statements
made by bur tnarriod daughter, would not
be still, tho doctor tied her hands behind
hor back, throw her on a sofa, anil whip
ped hor quiet with a rope or strap. Tho
woman soon afterwards bocatno paralyzed
anil in that state, died. Investigation will
bo inado by tbo coronor.
Dayton, August 23, An altercation
this afternoon in this city, botweon
Mlclmol Jennings, a cattle dealer, nnd
Geo, Fredinor, a balogna sausage maker,
resulted in tbo luttor stabbing Jen
nings to the heart, killing bim. The
quarrel was about tbo price of a bull,
Jennings threatened the arrest of Fred!
ncr, tho Inttor struck him, Jennings re
taliated with a chair, and Frediner killed
him aud surrendered to tli lierill, lloth
A fl.K KY Ol . Kli
N'p.w Yoi'.K, August i!3. As Hounds.
loan Jno. Morris was returning homu
from his vocation last night, bo was hi
lacked by two men on West Foily-fotirtlt
street and knocked down six times To
ilnish tint IJglilonu of tlm toon drew n re
volver and II rod at Morris but tho shot
inlsied. The oflicer then closed with his
chief assailant, wrenrhed tho pistol from
him, and, with the butt, boat the
two men enough to inarch them
buf.iro hi tn to thu stalion-hoiiio
fosT-oi riiK r.oiiiir.ti.
Liiti.k Hoc a, August 23. Tho post-
olllce at I'erry station in I'ope county, on
thu lino of tho l'ort Smith railroad hav
ing been raided by thieves two or three
timos lately, and tho postmaster reporting
ho could not protect tho mails, special
mall ns-ent Kdgerton ha discontinued the
A WEALTHY lOOT-tlLAl K.
New Yor.K, August 23. Thrco boot
blacks wore arreitcd to-day, and in the
possession of one was found the f,300 In
drafts and n portion of f 1 70 in green
backs, which Capt. Hlako of Chicago lost
in Saratoga on July .'!!.
LAfoN, New Hampshiru, August 23.
Mils Seavy of llelmout, aged CO, died
Thursday of voluntary starvation, having
refused rood for twenly-eight days, A sis
ter of deceased died in the suite way a few
HEAT HIS WIFE.
Little Roc k, Augmt .'.'.-Albert Law-
son, colored, leal bis wife who was eueeinle
on Sunday last, from tho ctl'jcts ol which
she died yesterday Lhwjoii is in Wil
O N Ward, a constablo, was shot and
seriously wounded by some ttuknown per
son at Clarksville vesterdav
WOJsFFE 15LOWN VV.
TUB OI'FICKHS ALL HKI'OUT-
HI) .SAVKI) EXCEPT THE
the snivi voks st i l i , o n t u i:
IShANl) A WAITING A
THE STEAM Kit JULIA
TO Kill NU TH KM CI'
TO M KM-
NO FI KTHEK NKWSl.'NTIL SHK
ARRIVES AT HELENA.
Kl'I.O-toS OF TI1EOEO. C. WOl.FKK.
SIemi'Iiih, August 23. The following
dispatch wa just roceived by the agent of
tbo Associated Press :
"Hti ena, Arkansas, Aut-ust ti-1. Tho
steamer Oeo. C. Woltle was blown up at
St. Francis island about two o'clock yos
terdsy ('veiling Twelve porsom ari
known to be lost aud Gftcon wounded.
Tho olli-ers wero all saved except tbe
second ongineor, who was on watch
at tho time of tho explosion.
He is mifslng. Thu lady passengers wero
all saved. Mr. Nelson, from Shroveport
to .Memphis, was lost. Dawson, wifo
and two children, deck passengers for Tu
palo, Mississippi, wore all killed. Tho
cabin wa blown to pieces, but tho bull
can be saved. Dan. Sullivan of Memphis,
was on board nnd saved,"
Signed (itoROK Malone,
Capt. of sir. 0. A. Cheek.
I'AbStSOKKH ON' THE HLAN'Il.
I.atei'.A second dispatch front Holena,
dated ten o'clock, says thu passengers and
crew are still on St, Francis island, waiting
for an up-river boat, ud no further par
ticulars can be obtained. Tgo spot whoro
she blow up is known as the ''Grave
yard," being the samo placo whoro tho
Pennsylvania and St. Nicholas blow up,
and thu McOill burned. Tho VolUu was
bound from Shroveport to St. Louis. II
S. Carter whs her commander and Joseph
II. Fiden hor clerk.
Mkmi'jim, Six p.m. Nothing lurtbor
his been received from the stoamor Goo.
0. AVoliVand nothing dofinito as to tbe
lists of lost and saved can bo obtainod bo
fore to-morrow, as tho survivors are wait
ing on an upward bound boat. The next
due is tho Julia, and sbo had not paused
Helena at six o'clock.
SKXHCIIIN'O FOR JI0DIK1.
New Youk, August 23. Search is beini;
made in the ruins of tho building which
fell yesterday in West Randolph stroct, to
find tbo body of a boy supposed to bo
tbero, It Is thought nono of the wounded
men will dio. The bodies of the Kolllor
and Rowo, reporters, drowned at Morrlchi,
Long Island, the other day, have boon
WILL DO BO N'0 MOKE.
Little Rock, August W, A colored
man nantod "A" ado attempted to kindle a
Urewith coal oil last nlgbt. He will not
do so again.
Frank Wiustcd, a colorod matt, was
drowned a few miles below this city yes
terday. Helng drunk, he mttorod a frail
craft and attempted to cross tbe rivnr, tho
boat overturning, be was drowned.
1I1EII OF IIYIIROI'HOIIIA.
Mrs. Sarah Johnson, whito, who v. as
bitten by a rabid cat one year ago, was
taken with hydrophobia on Wednesday
night and died yesterday morning.
ILLINOIS. SUNDAY, AUGUST 21, 1873.
THE .MODOC CAPTIVES SEN.
TENCED TO HE HANGED.
01 TOIIKH 5, THK DAY FIX KD FOR
Til KIR EXECUTION
TIIK M0DOCH 10 HE IIANCIKI).
Wajiiinoton, August 2.1. It is otli- i
ially announcod that tho Modoc captives, ,
Capt. Jack, Schonicbln, Iloston Charloy.
Hlack Jlm.Ono-Kycd J tin and Cox will be
banged October .'I, for the murder of Gen.
Canby and I'eace Commissioner Thomis ,
Tho war department promulgates in a
gonorttl order, the findings and sentenm
in tbo cab of thu Modoc captives, Capt 1
Jack, Schottlchln, Hlack Jim, Iloston
Charloy, llannco, alias.Ono-Kycd Jim, and ',
Shatuck, alias Cox, who were tried byj
the military commission for tbo muninr nf
Gen. Canby and Commissioner Thomas.
and for assau'l with intent to kill the other
commissioners. Thoy aru found guilty of J
tbo charges, and sentenced to be hanged
The proceedings havo been npproved by
the president and secretary of war.
Washington, August 2.J. Probabili
ties For New Kngland and Middlestates
increasing cloudiness, flower temperature,
with threatening weather and rain For
lake region fruih to brisk northeasterly to
southeasterly winds; with partly cloudy
weather and areas of rain winds in t'pper
Lake region and Upper Mississippi val
ley, veering to southerly with mcroaslng
force. For Ohio valley and thence west
ward to Kansas clear or partly cloudy
wuather, high temperature, llgbt easterly
to southerly winds and lets cloudiness,
For tho South Atlantic statei threatening
weather with light rain to-night, followed
by partly cloudy and warmer weather to
.Maiikik, August 2:5. Advices Trotn
Carthagna iiato that thecivll and military
authorities of the Communist administra
tion had quarrelled, aud their respective
partisans bad come to actual conflict, in
which a number of men were killed and
wounded on both sides.
Rome, August 23. Victor Emanuol
will visit Vienna and llorlin about the
mid lie ol September.
TO OI'EN THE C"AMI'Ala
Coi.r.Miit'i, August 23. Hon, Wm. Al
len, Democratic candidate for governor of
Ohio, will open the campaign at theopora
house In this city Friday evening, Au
HIE I RE3IIIENT FATlOlKD.
Lonu HitANCH, August 2:!. The presi
dent was honored with a serenado late
last night, but owing to fatigue asked to
be excused from making a speech
Ills nil J Full ol tho HIVf m
For 21 hours ending np.ru., August 23, IS;?.
NowiOrleiini ... ,
,11 111. I II
Observer Signal Service, U. S. A.
Locisville, August 22. River rising
slowly with & feet 3 inches in canal and ,'l
foot 4 inches in chute. "Weather hot;
mercury ranging 00 to 00 degroes front
9 a.m., to 4 p.m. Tho following towboats
with tows of coal havo arrived iwco the
last report: Dodsworth, John Gilmuro,
Jo Gilmore, Pred "Wilson, Sampson,
Eagle, Dick Fulton, Mary Ann, Diamond,
Ale.v. McDonald, John Dippald, Arkan
sas, Cbarloy Urown, N Phillips, nearly
all of which have returned with empty
tows, James Gilmoro and N Phillips will
be the only boats that will go below on
this water. The Robin and (Iroyhoud
brought up tho Lioness and hor tow from
Sr. Lot'ie, August 23, Arrired, North
wostorn, Keokuk j Paulino Carrojl r,nd
Henry Ames, Now Orleans; Honaccord,
Cairo, Departed, .Molie Moore, Now Or
leans; Elliott, Memphis ; City of Vlcks
burg j Alice, Missouri river, Rivor fall
ing ilowly, clear and Tory warm,
Kyanrvili.k, August 23. Clear and
hot. Rivor rlaen two inches. Up: Geo
Roberts, Cbarmor, Idlewild. Down; Alex
Swift and barges, Groy Eagle, Mary
Ament, generally with good trips. Bust
Memphis, August 28, Woatbeer
cloudy and bot. River declining. De
parted; Grand Tower, St. Louis; Clarks
vlllo, Arkansas river; City of AuguiU,
"White rW r.
SliRiVEt'ORT, August 23. Clear and
, weaitier. mver Tell J Inches. No
-"rivals Departed. Carrie A. Thome
1 nd Frynk Morgan for New Orleans.
Cincinnati, August 2;).-Rlver rallinr.
Nashville, Memphis. Departed. Tom
I ber!ook, Now Orleans i Hell rnon
ViCKSituito, Auguit 23 Down: Oark.
Up: Lady Lee and John Kyle. Clear
and warm woather. River falling,
Naiu ville, August 23. Twenty.seven
incites on tli slioalx. Weather clear and
Sr. Louih, August 21 Flour quiet and
Wheat unchanged; No, 4 red $1 16; No.
i?l II'J; No. 2 $1 45 elevator.
Corn liruier; No. 2 tuixml K'Jt(m40t snol:
10c August; He September.
Oats inactivv and unchanged; No. 2
mixed 29c i-pot or Aticust,
nariey; .o.2 ana choice In demand; but
hl sb?r b.u'5rl Tlew-
Rye; No. 2 offorod at CUc: Hie bid.
Pork quiot and unchanged.
Dry salt meat dull, no sales. Ilacon
dull. Shoulders 'J'Jic; clear rib lOJc;
clear 1010je Hams 2416Jc.
Lard steady, refined 8Jc.
M'liiskoy, no ofTerings; hold at 0110.
Cattle firm; good to prme native stock
i 7o(it)5 25; cows and heifers $'-'(?)); win
tered Tcxans al !0; Through f I Sf"f5
Hogs quiet, t ofJ5 4 HO,
New ()rlean., August 2.I. Flour,
scarco; family $8 fi010 25.
Corn easier white !.M,iii5c; whit, CT
Oats, firmer' I lie.
Hay, dull; $24.
Pork, dull, lower; ttew mess $17 "5.
Ilacon, dull, lower; OJ, 11 and Hie.
Hams, dull; 13'15c.
Cotloe stcck 1C,U40; prices advanced;
ordinary, 21J; fair, 2122; good 2222h
Lard, VhlsUoy. sugar and molasses un
changed. Memnii, August 23. Cotton firm;
low middling IPc.
Corn meal drooping.
Corn dull, 50(a)57c.
Oats dull; holders not willing to make
concession at 4142c.
Hav dull and nominal.
Ilra'n dull, $15 6010
Ilacon unchanged. '
Pork dull and nominal.
Lard dull and nominal,
Ms.UpeeiaI atuntion paid. to ordsts from sitam
bJt aut.t or dt
IIVLAND & SAUEIt,
AND 1IBALIHS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Corner 10th street and Commercial avettu
next door to the Uyland saloon.
11-16 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND DEALER IN
Eioutu Stbkkt, Bitwkin Wabhinotos
AND C0llslICIAL AVINCEB,
Adjotolsssr antaeakoaast sisid Hssaar '
Keep the best or BmI, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Lamb, Sausaije, eto snd are prepared to ssrre
eltisent Id the most aoeeptabl manner.
(Successor to James Kyuaston,)
hotoiikb and dlcalbb ik all klnpi of
CORNKR NtNKTINTTI AND l'OfLAR 8TS
Huys and slaughters only the beat eatlle,
hogs and sheep, and la prepared to All any
demand for fresh meats from one pound to
ten thousand pounds.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
ANII IIEALKH IN
ALL KINDS OF 1-RES 11 .MEATS.
Xtsr cor. Twriilirlls Nlreel nml t'wiii.
Huys and t-Uitlttots only the best Cattle,
logs and .Shorn, and U prepared to till or
.lorn for Fi'ohIi Meats from one to ten thou
uttid pounds, 7-72U
WINESI AND -LIltOOHB.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, keep oeaaUatlj on hand a most ousn
Plate stock or
OOTOB AsTD IUSB WBIIKW
Q I W 8,-
Port, Madtrla, Sherry and CatawbsfWln
U. 8mlth Co. arsTalao agenU lor Bpen.
cer, McKay Co.'e Pltteburg ale.orwlileh
largo itock li kept constantly o band at
VOHMIISMISIN M E IVU 5ITM.
POHW AUDINO and COMSlISSION
H K It ft II A A T.1,
DEALERS IN FIOUR;
tad Aroli. of
llllln HIVMK AND KAHAWilA
70 Ohio Lkvbb,
.1. 0. MATHEWSON,
COMM ISSION MERCHANT
And Aiicnt lor
1Ia7J.RU AND DllVllNT PoVUKH CO.,
E. 0. I' AUK A CO.,
r O H W A It IS t M II
A N D
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PKODU0K
1'E T E R 0 U II L,
Nil. HO OHIO 1.1'VEI,
3-20 tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and ComiuiaaioD
prepAred to finvirdall klinN of ff eights
to all points.
OVBusloesi attended to promptlr.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
LimkOimint, Plabtxu, lUia, Kro.
No Ohio !..
I3T 1 will sell In car load Iota at manuf ac
turers' prices, adding lYelj-ht.
WOOD RITTENHOUSHJ 4 BRO
Gnerl CommiHion MotohiD'i.
Ill OHIO L1Y11
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
Our Home Advertisers.
BBAI. STATE AOSHOl.
John J. Uanaan. Chas. Thnipp
JOHN Q. HARM AN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
North Cor. ofAtbt . stail Ohio Looo
Oflcr lor sale at low lb-urea and cur terms
tho following real estato :
.'i0i1"A? "leKntcottago. corner TwelfUi
anil Locust streets, Wil andis.b 1, third ad.
known as tlta "KIdgo IJIock;" thoso lata nin
through tho block Brom Kflceitli to aE?
itf?1.1- ,..rec "d the best residence prop-
KveS.8 y ,,j0"""i- ,,ropert' 2tir
.No 2-Iot3 and 4, b 43, city, Washlncton
avenue. liHttvn 'i i.f,,. '. i..T7.r!
oueac'nllot!,t M"' GOd lwo-tory hullduyf
No 3-Also, vacant lota 6 ana 0, adJotnuir
the above. Ixit n. t, .U
fn, Hltl ilreet. outh' aide!
.e,t.TC.n1Somm,e.r?lal ana Waahlngton ave'
nue, will be sold In tract to suit purchaser,
very low and on easy terms.
o 4 Lou 7 and s, bJ3. corner ol Tour
teenth anil Pntilar .ir..i. - t
atreet. west side, opposite post-offlce block.
..v v oicuuiu uusioess ouiiuini, real
dence tn aecouu story, 0 room., Gall and
in number one condition: situated on north-
curusr in vomiuercuu avenue ana
Twelllh street. A great bajvaln u sold
Mo O-Lota 4, 7 and 9, b 23, city, on
Commercial avenue, beween Fourth and
b UUt i JtreeU, Lu iW and ii, b 2J. city, on
Washington avenue, between Filth and
Sixth atreeta. Terms easy, puce low.
No 7 Lot 14, in b Is, on Moetecnth
street, between Commercial avenue and
1 oplar street-- great bargain. Lot, b ,
lstad.on Washington aenue.
and two low, on sixth street between Com
mercial and Uashiugton aenue, will be
sold at terms to pay purchaser rntal ol "to
per cent cn lnveaimeut
Vrt II tv I,.. I.. I.
ground. 6200 ouch on casv tiavmnni.
No lu Lots 1 aud 2, tn b 6 nurtu corner ot
Tenth and Levee streets. Ileal buslne loca
tion In the city terms easy. Lots HI, sb and
23 In bin, 1st ad., south corner ot Twentieth
nH I'nnl.r.ipa.fL iLn , I, . . .
' . njiu till . U IUIS 111 guun-
house block, fronting on I 'oplar street.
No 11 A splendid two-story residence on
nnrlh a... .... . e W..I.... , . , . . .
Luiuti ui IT UIUUI SOU rilUUS
streets, with two Iota very desirable prop-
io 13 Lots 18 and 19, b 79 south side ol
Twcnty-tirst street, onnoslte "Convent
Hlock" vory dcelrablo for resldenco pur
Sn f.'tMA tvnll ImnrnrnrS larMArsln..M.
00 acres under cultivation: houses and barn
goou orcuaru, oearutg troea ; running water
through tatm abovo overrlow. One iiuarier
uiuu uuiu siaiiuu uuu ueput, oi uairo A Pt.
Louis railroad. Will bo Mild on easy term
tor ft!' per aero.
No li Ten ol the choicest lota, In block.
67, Ut adilltliin. above (trade, beautiiul resi
dence location, ttl b aold at a great bar
gatu. Wo call particular attention to thJ
property as It will bo soid very low.
A FINK CUAML'K Toll LN VKar.VXNT.
In addition to tio iomguiug tve orler for
sale, or lease, a larxe number ol vacant lot,
tn dWerunt parts ol the city, embracing Ho
1 bUsinesN aud restdt uco prupertv.
In unlutproed lutius, we have for sale
nj ail cs lu AlCASUUUf SUU X'Uiaskl
counties, at prices ranging I rum $2 to 1&
per acre, and uiu pretiureu to ollur tuduee
in.nl. fi ,ir.......u .....
lU ColfirMllll. I'lfSilMiiP Htu-nll,.r .,(... ... K..
"any other uiuu." A urge amount ol lauds of
iuo very oti quality, ut AlexanJur and t'u-
lt..bl i,,n,l... ... .1... (111.. .. ,. u
...on. vuuuuil, lviUUjjlll IU IUU llilUUIf. .CU-
tralRallruuu vouiiatiy,ioi thM salt ol which
nrt . ... .,.. .. ..I I I.. . i
,,w .u mo ugcuie, 111 uu rum tur low attu
on such oasy teruts that u ersou ol industri
ous habits, with a very small uiu ol ready
utouey, cau In a lew years become tho
owner or a pioduclivu larut. u have
plata and descriptlo s ol ail lands ottered
lor sale ami will take pleasure lu -bowing
purchasers the property 1 ities to all lauda
old by ui guaranteed, uuu shown lttu ihe
patentee when required by austracii. Ap
ply to JOHN O,. UAUMA.N Jt CO.,
Cor. Sixth aud Levee ats.. Cairo, Ills.
Jure 7, 1873.
0. WINSTOiN & CO.,
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (BICOND l-LOOa) OHIO L1TU,
Bur and Sill Rial KtiATi,
FURNI31I ABSTBAUTS OF T1TL1
A ad pterare Oontsjanoee et Klodi!
WILLIAM J. AUjEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office over First National bank. 3-1 Wm
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Office over First National bark. 3-IVa
GREEN It GILBERT,
(JOUNBELOUB AT LAW,
William H.Ureea. I .. .,-,
William U QtlcMrl, V CAIRO, UJ,10I9,
Miles r.Olltisrt, J
swspeotsl Attention given to Adsttraltr aad
OlflOl OHIO LBVll,sM)01l f AJTO OTBI
OITT WATIOWAL BA1TK.
John U. Mulkey. Wlllam 0. Mulkey
MULKEY Si SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Office, rear room over ilannon'i book
''""'WO. U OOMUIMUt ivmoi,
Betwn StTenth and tUhlh Hniti.