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JOHN H. OMtULY. Kdltor and ruhlllUor
arKKMfl or Tint daili jullktin:
Una WNk, by oMTler
Una year by carrier, U dancu 10 00
Ona year by carrier n not puu in
Vsa month, by mall . . . .
I TUX DOLLAR WKKKLY BULLETIN
John H. Ubariy baa tadticad the tubacrlp
tlon price of the Wbiklt Cairo Huixbtin
tt) Ona Dollar per annum, making It tba
cheapest papor putillsjiad In Southern Illlnql
smIIssr matter on errr pax.
Ir Aluandtr county and Cairo do not
with to be robbed by the itate board of
equalization, they will tend Mr. Thomai
Wilton Into the lobby of that board.
J IF' Davis' late ipeech at llichmond
bat not been well received by the lenil-
bla and moderate southern prest. Hit
incontlderate utterancei bave been char
itably laid to mental weacneM caused by
tba advance of age and phyiical atlmont
which it about the bett oxcuie that can bo
offered for them.
Who grumbles at tba tlow pace with
which Cairo walkainlo greatneii 7 Mark
well, and you will find that tho loudett
grumblert art the mon who do nothing
for tba city and are the dronot In the
municipal hive. Tbete dronot are tco
numerout, and we require either cholera
to put them out of the way or energy to In.
into tbelr talking and grumbling car
Cktat a little vim.
Friiidint Uramt, undittorbed by tho
outcry about ,tbe talary grab and Caiar
itui, it purtuiog the even tenor of hit
don't cart a damn path, at cold at an
Icicle to the eya of the public, but all tbe
time thinking like the devil and fixing
tblngt for th future. When we deter
mine to become very great and very tuc
cettful, we tball endeavor to become at
atupid A Grant U aald to bo. If ha it
tupid and accompllihet to much, who
would with to be brilliant?
Uuk pleaiant nelgbbor, tbe l'addcah
'Kuiituckian,' to altos in happy by Inform
ing tbe country that "thit determination to
'form a new party may be wll onougb,'
and then make ut misurabla by inform
log tho world, that "the remit will be
'that tuoner or later thit new party,
'finding ilttelf powerless to accomplish
4 anything, .will bo forced to atillialo wllh
' one or the other of thu old partioH." If a
new party thould bo formud inay.it nut
liappen, that ono or tbe other of tho old '
partial, finding ittolf unable to accomplish
anything, will bo forced to aullialu with
the new partjl
It it not likely that the late fearful dii
niter on tbo Chicago and Alton railroad
"will fade into forgeltulnest withou tuny
jjood rotult. It hat boen tho means of
forcibly impressing upon tho public tlm
Etc oil I ty ot doublotrackt on nil railroads.
Tbe trivial catnua which led to the acci
lest, the forgetfulnois on tho part of the
sonductor of tlio coal train that a passen
ger train would itart from the opposito di
lection about tho saino tiino hit would,
ttnd the alleged irregularity of tho ongin
sasr't watch, ihow.tbat it u only by inoruly
i;ood luck accident! of a similar diiiu
troua chaructor, occasioned by ilmilur tri
Tial cauiea, do not occur oltener.
AToidance of collision! dopenda alto
pettier on the caro and watchfulness of
jallroad employes, and although, mi a gon
i ral rule, mon in tliuir responsible posl
lioDt need no other, incontivo to tbo per
formance of tholr duty than a sonso of Itt
Jmportancen, numborlota railway acci
Uenti, deitructive alike to life and prop-
rty, prove tbat, in too many caici, roli
inceonthii It dependence ona broken
leoa. The travelling public thould be
Made tecure from death by tbo colliding
it traina, and it Is poasiblo to reach thit se
curity by tbe conttruction of double
tucks. Tho ozpense involved it heavy,
but by rallwayi doing a hnavy buaincss,
it would be lightly felt, and, as in tho cose
cf tbo Chicago and Alton road, would lot
exceed the coat of moro than ono or two
eollitiona like the last. And the fact that
it U on tbe tide of tbe taloty of tho living
fi eight which it borno In all directioni by
the thoutanda of railwoyt traversing tbo
country, thould outweigh all tbo argu
Bienti on tbe other tide of the quuition.
The Hate board ot equalizstion re-con-Viinat
to-day at BprlngSeld,
"While Mr. Thomti Wilson of tblt city.
wat a member of tbat board, the interests
Of Alexander county and of Cairo wore
aSarafully attended to; but now, we fear,
(bey will be tadly neglected. The gentle.
asan who represents thit district, caret
nothing either for thit county or city, and
It it probabla ba will not, therefore, put
blmttif to any trouble to make hlinsulf
axqulnted with our demands, or the po
culiar circumstances in which wo now find
oursalves placed. If we do not attend to
our own affairs look after our own inter
Mta tbey will be tadly neglected. The
feeard of equalization, in lit treatment of
the counties of Lower Kgypt, Istomewbat
like Providence in its treatment of bu
inanity, helping none tbat do not help
We would, therefore, tuggeit that tbe
lax-payen of thit county thould make up
iuna, and tend Mr. Wilton and ono or
two other gentleman to Hpringfield, to
look after tbe comlngs-iu and goings out
til tba board, and to be careful tbat our
county and city receive fair treatment.
Cel. Wlmtonand Mr. I'opo would, with
Mr, Wilton, make an efficient delegation ;
Md, If money enough can ba calUcted to
dafray their ex peuset, we would tuggeit
tlutt tbey to tont to tho capital without
My delay. If three gentlemen caunot be
Mfcl, because ol our poverty, then two
ibould be; but one It better than cone
and, If wo cannot afford lo ioni two, lot
in by all moani innd Wilson ''aolltary
To make wlie tuggeitluns In a,nwi
paper In thl community, Is not dIOlcult,
and of who tuggattioni it It on of the
mott appreciative communltloi In tble
country; but, tho difficulty It, to induce
any porion to act upon eurh tuKRftstlnni.
Kach citizen apparently believe tliat hi
nelgbbor U tbo perton who thould iuoto
flrit, and tbat bit neighbors ibould do all
the work, while he enjoyt hit easo, and
either damn with faint prniar, or loudly
curiot wbat lin conaidnrt mora onorgetlc
people't ttupidity. It it n lazy, unoner
getlo community, and dcicrvct to bo
Tho day on which Campbell will bo ox-
ecutod is near at hand. No excitement Is
apparent in tho 'public mind in olther
tho whito or black public mind. The
hanging it tho tubjecl of occasional con
venation, but nobody, of olther color, ap
pear! to tako any interest in the fate of tho
condemned man. From all prcient
appearances wo tball bave a quiet, digni
fied execution; but tbere aro certain
whltperi occatlonaMy heaid whiub thould
nut Sheriff Irvln upon hit guard. Thu
colored women of thit city declare that
Campbell will nover bo strung up, and
always accompany tbe assertion with a
certain air of mystery which may mean
nothing but may be an indication of
a quiot determination among the negroes
to not pormit justlco lo take its courie.
Tbe great majority of tho Cairo nrgreei
are vory quiot, orderly citizens, law-abiding
and little given to mob violenco; but
we have boon informed that tbo city it
filling up with bad looking ttonmboaland
foroign negroei. It is from thit clan
trouble may bo anticipated on the day of
Campbell's execution ; and, in anticipa
tion of any postlblo demonstration by these
moo, Sheriff Irvin ibould make all nocet
ary preparation!. In other communities
the quietest and mott law-abiding in the
country either the military or a pone
armed to thetoetb, guardt tho gallows and
rettralnt tho Impatioaco of the rabble to
gloat upon tbo horrible tccne, which im
patience nearly always manifests itself In
turbulent demonstrations. Thit it a fact
Hhorifl' Irvin ibould not diiregard. On
next Friday thuro will bu mi immense
crowd of both while and black people,
gathered. from ull tho country around us,
to witness tho elocution, if possible, and
to at least look' at tho scaffold. I'iiIhAI
county, and Kentucky and Missouri, will
glvu to Cairo on that day nt least S.OoO
liegrootj and pic-niciug whito I hi I Ion and
gentlemen will in Large Lumber come
from up arid down tho river, all impelled
to visit ut by a morbid a horrible de-
tiro to teo or at least bo iiear
human being strangling upon
tho Ki'llows. Iu such a cruwd there
wilt ho an element ready tu "raiso hell for
'the Inn of tho thing," at tho disposition
to raiso a mob has buun forcibly If not el
eatitly designated. To keep this olomoiit
in order- to impress upon nil who may ho
diiposud to do violence, tho fuel that such
conduct will lint ho tolerated in Ciiiro.
Shnriir Irvin should orgmii.o at least n
hundred men, nrm tlioin, iiiiluco soinu
cool and competent military man to take
command of them and havo them on hand
nt tho elocution, to preserve order and
protoct tho officers In tho performance of
tholr duty. An ounce of preventive is
wortli a pound of euro,
Ono of tho cotton -seed -oil soap factor-
toriea has boon oituhlUhcd at Mt. Ver
Mrs. Wakeman, indicted for tho mur
der of Mrt. Hodges, will bo tried In Sup-
In and about CVrml tho cholera car
ried off thirty potions.
Tho St. Clair county fair oiler prom-
iumi for fino babioi.
Henry S. Lewis, n forger, is in jail in
DuQuoin for tho want ot fifteen hundred
Seventy-one county fairs will bo hold
in Illinolt thit fall. Dowitt county opens
tbo ball August 13th and Sholby county
closet it October 10th.
Mr. John Kip, a toldior of tho revo
lution, died In Whitmoro township lait
week, at an advanced ago.
The aggregate annual product of tho
Alton woolon inillt it 160,000 yardt of
cloth, 20,000 poundi of yarn, to make
which 200,000 poundi of wool It required.
lion Joseph Mcdill, mayor of Chi
ctgo, hat roiigned hit office, and started to
Europe with hit wife and throe children
lion. L. Ji. liond hat been elected mayor
by the council to fill the vacancy.
The annual reunion of the old F.ighth
Illinois cavalry regiment will bo held this
year, September 18, at flloomlngdale, Du
Pago county, sixteon'milos from Chicago,
on the l'lkclflo railroad. Oov. ftevor
idg was major of thit roglment, and it
president of the association.
Under tho laws of tho ttato $5,000
ii tbo extent of the penalty to the Chicago
and Alton railroad company for each
death covered by tbe late ditaiter. Thus
tar thore have been twenty "deaths, mak
ing a total lots to tba company of $100,
000. Springfield Journal
C LOKKD MKKT1NU.
ClNiilNNATI, August 2&. The colored
people held a meeting to-night to express
their views in reference to tho
action of tholr brothers in
moeting at Chlllicothe last KrI
day, Hpeoches were made by Col, liar
Ian, W. 11. 1'urkham, Peter, II. Clark ami
others. Tho meeting wat very noisy and
eicilod, and it wm with much Interrup
tion that Col. Harlan aud l'eter Clark,
representatives of tlio two parties of tho
colorod people, i:,uhl inako themselves
heard. Itetolutlons were offered repudi
ating the action of the colurod pnplu of
THE .CAIRO DAILY
triTiT Tiin i nil in
Filial llllll II llll I l
Reperted Expressly for the Bulletin,
FROM PORT JERVIS
Pt. Jkrvis, N. Y,, Auguit JG. Valnn-
tlrio lluctch, a keeper of a beer saloon, on
Delaware and Hudson canal, four miles
west of thit city, shot and instantly killed
a man named Connigau, who was drunk
and threw ttonot through wlndowt of tba
saloon. Hutch was arrested.
MAitsriA!, Texas. Aucust 126. 1-ait
night about 7 o'clock, a construction train
laden with ties, for Ward, Dewey & Co.,
ran off tbe track a mile and a half west
of Gladwater, throwing seven cars down
an embankment, killing ConductorJKeti
dall of Council Bluffs, Iowa, and sevvrely
Injuring several olheti. A tpeclal train
with medical aid procoeded to tbe s:eno
of tbe disaster Immediately and every
thing poulblo was dunu in 0url r!liif to
MORTON 'S HACK TAT.
I.VDUXAi'OLlf, August 26. To-mor-row't
.Journal will state authoritatively
that Senator Morton's back pay was con
veyed into tho United States treasury
tome time since.
Travelling agent of Han & flals, rf this
city, is missing and is supposed to have ab
sconded with 10,000 belonging to the
FROM MT. VERNON.
Mt. Vkknon, Indiana, August 2G. At
a moeting of thu stock holders of the Cin
cinnati, Hookport and Southwestern rail
road company to-day, elected tho following
directors for the ensuing year: S. S.
Thommedirn, John Shiluter, .1. Sc?on
good, H. (larud, llonry Lewis, Jos. J. Ki
wuy, K. II Habin, L. (). Deerwiles, John
A. Maun, M. N. .Monroe, John L. Wit
ters, buing sul'Staiilially tho board of last
Ciiii'auo, August '-5. Anton Finklo
meytir, ono of the men injured by tho col
lision on thu the Chicago and Alton
railroad last Sunday, died yostetduy at
the Aloxlau Krotburt' hospital.
A HpringtloM, Illinois, iluapRtrli it
ii utidor-lood that riillrnud mid warebouso
commisionors have flxxd thu
On llrt-c,lni roads, at three cents nor
inilo. Among the roads thin classed, are
Chicago and Alton; Chicago, lliirlinglon
ami Oiiitiey, 1'. W. and W. and tlm
Kock I'land and Nortfiwestern, over
which tho present rata is four cents pur
iu i lo.
FROM TE R R A J 1 A UT 10.
Tbrra Hautk, August 2f. A boy
nnmed Uaiuhardt, was Instantly killod iu
runaway this morning, lining thrown
wagon against a post. Another was
nv THE rooth. '
A mnn named John Itrnnch bad a linger
pulled out by tlio roots in jumping from
a car. A ririu caticlit on a screw.
Trie USITKMi llKKTllRKN
Aro holding an immense camp mooting
noar 1'rarietown. Tho grounds are about
0 miles south of thit nilv. Not loss than
12,000 persons wore thoro yostorday, and a
vast concourse to-day. Good order ii pro
served. Gospel privilecos aro well 'ini
IS AND OUT.
Washington, August 25. Receipts
and expenditures of the government by
warrants for tho quarter ending July .'HI,
18i3: Net receipts from customs, f40,-
800,113; from internal revenue, $20,230,
787; from sales of public lands, $77'J,G07;
miscellaneous sources, $6,938,017. Total
receipts, $77,808,081. Net expenditure for
civil and miscellaneous, H.U41,03'J: war
department, $11,287,013; navy depart
ment, $1,800,073; Indians aud pensions
8,3()3,0S8j Intoroston public 'debt, $11,
777,937; premium on bonds, 55tO,C03
Total exptnditures, ib'J, 419, 310.
NKW COM KT.
WAuiNoroN,August 25. A new cornel
has boon discovered at Parii by M Henry
Ascension, 7 hours, 27 minutes; deolina
tlon north, 69 degrees, SO minutes. Thu
comet ii bright, and it! motion is east.
Ot Nebraska, bit boon appointed Indian
agent for tbe Omaha agoncy.
Milwaukkbt, August 25. The Daily
bontiuel to-morrow will contain tho fol
lowing card, which explaint itself:
To tbe public :
for the last few months inv name ti.u
bean often used in ho Knuhlicnn
of Wiscousin at candidate for lieuteliaut
governor, aud until rocontly, I wat dia
poaud lo allow tlm convention thut meets
ill nauisoii, AUguil UT, to placu mo ill
noiiiiiiatiou ll il wm Uoeiuod expedient.
I havo now decided to decline to be cun
dltlurud a candidate fur kiiy honors
which tbat convention ran bu
low but leave way otiuu to those whosu
tuito entitles tlieui to do the work which is
n ecus ary to Insure succota. Most cordi
ally do 1 thank the many friends who
volunteered their aid and support, mid m.
picially am i indebted to gentlemen of
tiiu press ror tins personal ami unmerited
allusiou which they have been pleased to
tnakn, in placing my namo In connection
wiiu tun oiuce ol ijiouiennm uovornor.
Signed. A. Mi Thommon.
Milwaukee", Aug. '!'.
Mimvadkkk, Auguttlio. A. fire brolto
out at H o'clock this morning In the malt
house of V. Illutz, browerer. Tho malt
and lc-houo with a largo supply of malt
wat burned. Lois, about J'JO.000; linur-
nnco $1 5,(100. .Mr. lllatz't reildelico, in
tho tamo block, wat saved.
FROM JNHW YORK.
New York, Aug. 25. In
tbo case ot
Mlko ilroderick, who "it Is alleged mur
dered hia ton, early Friday morning,
ttabblng him twice in tho heart. Coro
nor't Jury to-day rendored verdict that
tho stubbing wat dono in lelf-defenso.
Tho coroner committed the prisoner to
tho toombi. Thu ball will bu fixed to
About SO passengers, womon an.l chil
dren, were bruised and cut by an acci
dent on the South Side railroad, Long
Island, Sunday morning, though no ono
was seriously injured.
11 OK. JAt. MKU1M.,
Of Chicago, arrived hero thit morn
ing, During the dar ho hid along in
terview with Mayor Hnvemoyor. Thit
afternoon he received calls from numbers
of promlnont citizens.
New York, August 25. Tho following
dispatch is published this morning from
tbo Yollowstono expedition ,
MUSi-HI. SlIKLI. KlVKR, AtlgUSt 10.
Tho prediction of Bloody Knifo Unit we
would meet lavairoi in the vicinity of
Tonirue river have proved corroct. In
dian! were discovered for the llrst time
about Augun I watching our movement
and prowling around the camp. No act
took place, however, till Gen. Custnr,wlth
llloody Kulfoatid a squadron of eaiulry
had been detailed by (Jen. Htauley to go
on ttnd look up tho road.
Having got about tun miles abend, they
baited ind picketed their horses in the
woods by the river to wait for tho train
Two hours afterward" six Indians np
iienrod in the plain and made a demon
stration towards tho company. A dis
mounted .line of tkirmlidiora uh thrown
out ami horses saddled. The Indians were
easily driull out, and proved to bo part
of a large party iu the neighboring wood
waiting In mnhiijh fur the cavalry
Finding their rute hail failed, the Indi
aus to iiiiinlier Ut 10 rode out ntnl advanced
on the grove occupied by the ciivalry.
(ion. Custiir had only one squadron
of eighty men, under command of C'npt
Mayleii, Mid one ib'lticlimolit commanded
by Lieut, ('oritur, and another by Lieut
V.sii Trump. Mull were Hiviin lir
mounted ami extended their line in a
semi circle around the cavalry, who h
tlio river at their back. K.tpid firing win
kept up nt it ilUtulKMt of 4UII yur.U.
While thus oiii'iijfod with (inn. Ciiitar
in front, another prty of Indium prowled
along behind under the river bank am
tried to stampi'ilo Ins liortes, hut was
frustrated. Tho Indians tlmn
tired tho grusH in several
places hut failed to hum out tlio cav
alry. Gen. Cimtar deferred a charge, per
ceiving that tiio main command would
loon come up and aisibt in capturing thu
Indium). After three hours light his am-
unition gave out. He thou charged the
Indians, who precipitately tied dropping
many of their equipment. Aftor retreat
ing luvoral mill's they took lo bad lauds.
One man, slightly wuiimlod in the arm
and ono liorso wounded, formed Gon. (.'us-
tar s lospci.
Wahiiniiton, Auuat 25. Probabili
ties For Now Knglarid itnidlo Atlantic
states llht southoastorly to soutbwostorly
winds, with inrroaaini; cloudiness abd light
rain, l'or South Atlantic and (Julf states
partly cloudy weatbor, )ii((h temporaturn,
light varlablo winds and possibly threat
ening weather near cont. For lake re
gion northeasterly to southerly winds,
cloudy woathor and rain during night.
For Ohio valloy and Western Missouri
valley light to fresh southoastorly and
southwesterly winds, with continued high
temperature and areas of rain.
Nkw Orleans, August av Flour in
demand; old stock dull; XXX $U GO
8,!io; family 5'J10 iu.
Corn quiot; whito m'ued Ctlcj whito (i8c;
Oats, good supply and demand, He.
Hay S'-l; choice scarco and in good de.
Mkmi'IH", August 25. Cotton dull but
holders not willing to inako concessions;
good, ordinary Ifjjc ; low middling 18c;
Flour dull and unchanged.
Com meal dull and lower $2 GO,
Corn dull and drooping SoplCc.
Oats quiet and Weak llQjlL'c,
Hay no sales
Kraii dull 16jc.
Uacnn dull and lowr, shoulders '.tje;
sides 11(1 l)o.
Lard firm OfTilOc.
Pork dull and nominal JIB.
MaMi'lila, August ifi Cloarj mercury
y:i ; river nmdily falling.
Departed: City ot VieUburg, Vlcks
burg; Hullo of Memphis and Mary Pee,
Cincinnati, Augustl!5.-Kivor ten feet
three iio.'hws and falling.
Arrived, It. It. Hudson, Wheeling. De
parted, Juniata, Pittsburg. Showery am)
Nakh VILLI!, Allguct 25 Departed,
Hnrksvillu, Cairo. Twenty' Ave iueln-s on
shoals. Weather clear and hot..
K.vaniiVILLB, Augut 20. Clear and
hot; mercury 71 to 97 Down: SI ary
Miller, II. S. Turnur, Kvaimvlllo; tr
mud, Chat Uodmann, Mary Anient, Ai.
kansat Hollo. Up: Quickstep and (Korge
Knborls. Weather moderate.
Sr. Louis, August lift.- Arrived Cup.
Ital City, Viektburkr, and Johnson, Kco
L iik, Departed: Henderson, Johiituii
aud Clinton, Kuokllk, City of Chester,
AUGUST 20, 1873.
MeiriDhtl. Klver falllnir tlowly. Hod
VlCKBBUim. Aui'iisl 25 No boats
lown to-dav. Ur. West Wind. Clear
and river fallings , ,
Nxw Ormcank, Augii't i!0. Arrived,
Croat Republic, ll.O. Yaogor, Carrln V.
n.ouni7., ut. Jjouit. lieparieo, nune on
vor, 8t. Loult. Cloudy weather; mor-
LouihvIM.k. Aiic. 2o. Kivcr falling.
foot (i inohot In tho canal. 'J feet G
Inchet In the chute. 'Weather very hot.
Mercury ranged above 'S'l0 noarly all day,
liusineisilull. Arrived: Charmer, Kvatis-
vtlle; Hornet and bargei, Pittsburg.
Departed: Charmer. Cincinnati; Hor
net and barget, St. Louis; Thomai Hher
lock, New Orleans.
PiTTiUUito. Aue. 25. Kivor still fall
ing, 4 foet In the channel. Indications of
of rain. .
Mcurnis, Aug. 26. Geo, IJalloran, ant
ler of Gen. Oustar't regiment, who Jwat
killed by llin Indians on tho 4th, wat
from tblt city, lie was formerly stew
ard of the (Jhickasaw club. He leavos n
wife and child, now absent in Kentucky
ILYLAND & SAUKH,
AND DKALailO IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF KVKItY DICSCIHP'i'lON,
Corner 10th i-troetJind Commercial uVoiill
next iloor to tho llyland i-:iloon.
11-10 tf. OA1HO, ILLS.
AND IlKAI.KU IN
FRESH M EAT,
Kkhltii Stiikkt, IUtwkkm VAPINaTo
Atllulutntf III 'IwiiImmim mim! llniiny
Kfvit lh tmnl or HtW. Cork, Miitluu Vt
outtttiiH in inn mom iKtrMitin.ni inunr
(SlIcci'i'OI to JuIiii b K)liaiteii,)
KiniUIKII 4N1 DlCAI.KIt IN A LI. KlNI'H Of
FltKoll M KATB.
ClIIINKII NlNKTKNIII ANI I'OPl.tlt MTtt.,
Uiivh anil nlauvlitulH onlr the ht-nt entile
Iioh ami Hbvtip, ami In pivpareil In till any
leuinliil ror irenil meaiit iioiu one pouiiii to
leu tliollraml liellinln.
JAM KM It YN ASTON,
AND 1IEAI.KH IU
ALL KINDS OK Kit Kd II MHAVS
mr cur. 'I tvt lll ielll Slrwl mill 4'oie
liny and liuiilitep only the Vt Cattle
iloi!i ami .Sheep, and is prepared to till or
ler for Kifli .Meut.i from one
to tun tnou
Ollli'C over '1'liolim Jb llro.'rt irroperv (tore
No, l.'ll Ouiimereiul atriiuc, eernrr Kl;litli
htreul. l(elilulieo corner WMliilil una
DU. 11. 0. TAB KR,
Will resume the nraetlce ol his profession
with especial reference to tbe electriea
treatment ot illBoaHen Iu all thu new and im
nroved method of application.
In all canea of femalu complaints a ady
wm lie In attendance.
Otllce, 12ti Commercial avenuo, up stairv.
H. S. 15UUJIlAM.il. J).,
Ilnmupatlilu phynh-hin ami nirireon. Of-
Ike I'M Comiuerclitl iivcuue, Kesldrneu
corner or hleeutli aud Cedar street.
U. WAUDNEH, M. D. "
Otllce and llcsldcnvc IU Coiamcrcl.tr ite
nue, (next door lo thu Athennim),
WILLIAM H. SMITH, JM. D.
KKrilDKNOK Vn. 'il Thirteenth atrext, he
twrmi WsIiiiik"u urDUanil W1diiI tret.
Uillc-o Ui Ooiiiineri'ial arnaur, up stairs.
0. W. UUNNINO, M. D.
OKHIDKNOE nnrnorNlnlh and Walnut t,
AiOIBob comar Hlxtr trl anJ Ohio It,
ut!lo hours from B (.in. to I'i in., anil p. in
J)lt. G. E. DOUGLAS,
A constant supply ol pure Nitrous Oxlilc
(Jai. for the piAlnlci.i' extraVtlon of teeth, ut
tint Dental Kooms of Dr. DoiikUs Mlccefor
to Dr. A, M. Austin, Kllith street. f.-lll
W II ITK CO L LA K 1' I ,AX LVG MILL
N W.tl.TKH't, f reprlelor,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, aUINOLKH, CKUAlt POSTt-'
DOOK8, SASH, BLINDS
KuralHtioil on Hborlent notion.
Commercial uvenue, between Tonth aad
WM. II. WALK Hit k CO.,
(Late Walker A Hurry,)
(SEN Kit A I. CO.M.M ISSIIIN M KUCHA NT.S
I'dll Htl.K UK
ColIMTUV, WKalKIlN A.1H NOMIIKIIN
Ntis, if, mid 47 Noith Water Street,
attention gleii to t'oiKlKli-b-10
$30,000 WOUTH OP GOODS
I will soil my
AT ACTUAL COST
Ab 1 am determined to close out my present business n soon a'possibln,
N. II. TO AVOID ALL MISTAKES II Kl'I'Al'TKH. THIS STOCK.
WILL UNSOLD STKIOTLY I'OK
July 5, 1873.
O O V V E R A S
J! HOMO (Ml
CA R IU) Ii A T JO OF Ii
J K R M A N O
OH Ii O R I I) R O F L I
I' O V I)
FOR SA.X,EJ Ar
COUNKH WASHINGTON AVKNUU AND UKJHTII STHKET
)' eS Unili II,
CITY NATIONAL HANK, OAlltO
A. H.8AKKOKI). I'resldeiil;
S. S. TA YI.OIC. Vii u-rrealdeiit;
II. UYSI.ur, Heerulnry ami Tiet-nirn
, IISwOLtf ,
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Tu C.Tiaim llMnrla.
TXTKUKHT 1-I1 on ileponilH ( tlifi rAlnr.t his
1 pMreent. jwir snniim. Marcn 1hIu. Hr.ii.m
Ur Int. IntorHlnut illitij In I'Mnl iiuiiih.
Jln.ilj to ll.n pruiolpal of ll.it iliupt(, ihrrnhi
itlTlnu tlinin ooinpounil tntirt.
UAKKHII WOMEN ANll tllllLIlhUN MAY
HKI'OHIT HONK Y
so that nn una ins dim nasw it,
Opt-n rrrjr bulnt-.i Uhj rroni V ia.iii. to 3 p.ui,,
sn.l t-K,tnr.(T t-.iik lr HA VINO DKI'iiHI'li
oul( friun t in s ii oloek.
noil W. II rHI.ol'. Tn.4urHf.
THE CITY iATI()iAIi
'hi VJnT K.
II A I HO,
1 I.I.I JV is l si
W. I'. lUI.I.IIHY, I'r.i.lr.r.t,
II KNIiy Ii. IIAI.I.u'iAY, Vi.-.. l'ri.IJrui
A. il.HAKKllltli, (K.,l..r;
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Htaiti 1'Ati.iiii, IMsinr II. OrMN.iH.
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tiiu. ll. Wmnn, litii-iirN lliu
A. H. rlAriuuii,
lIxrlinttKr, foils uiid l!fillil Nlislra
IMtntla HoiikIiI mill Nelil.
llf.l'OHITH ri-OHlTiMl, au.I
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
OF DA I HIS.
It. W. Mil.LKU, Treslileiit.
J. M. rillLi.ll'N, N'li t-l'iililiiiit.
C'llAH. (.'UNMNIIIU.M, (.'iixhler.
OOLLKOTIONH IMIOM ITLY MADK
ITtXOIIANHK, mil n, ImnV notei- nil. I llnili..
UtatnHKeeurltirx '.nuulit ami ni,
Isistirttal AIIOV.I oil I line lleimlla.
NKW YORK STOitK,
W 110 LKS ALIO AND HKTAIL.
l.AHimrr vahihtv htook in tiik oitt
(tinier or Nlneleoulti 'tral hssiI iii
O. U. 1'ATIJCK
entire stock of
LO R A J, U M
I M K
v v. n ii i n t a s ii
l'O V I) K R
K R 10 I) O II A 11 (J O A j
LO V PHICE3
OJ-TTO IIh.V nil 17J
S'lltlSIINSIKSM ANIS f IMtVAUIII.f4i
MILLKU A i'AHKHK,
U KN PJtAJi COM iM 1H3ION
ri)ltVA KD1NO MKKOIIAN I'd,
I ) 10 A L HltH IN KLOIJH, COUN
Onta, ll;i)', otc,
AdICNTrt run KAIKHANK'rf HOA LEfl
(lliio l.auu. CA1UO. II.I.INOIrf.
UKNKltAI. COMMISSION MKUOIIAN'IS
No. 7h Oiim LKVKk, Cairo, Ii.i.h.
COKKKV, HARRISON tV CO.,
(Sueensisoii'to D. llunl.t h'nu.)
Kl.Sllllt OIIAIN AMI HAY.
No 113 Ohio Lnvne, OA I KO, I LLS.
I'K T K Jl (J U II L,.
MTLuEBS' TV 3-JL'."N"T,
.No. HO OHIO i.t'.vr.K.
VJOtl. UAIUO, ILLINOIS.
A BOOK FOB THE MILLION'
At "" 'nut)lor t ttsoMiirrlril
?., i'.1. l,,ou, f 0 ""' on "' I'lijilulotjltal luys
lltM J "'I"""" f i '"U.I ijstiw, with lh
.,!r,.Jl'cu,"ir,,u. l""itlug anil pr.,.Btlug off.
infliia;, iir,.trTlnK (Lt timpl.tloo. Ac.,
ilils I. .a l"irntli,e work of two lic.-1r,J n j
"jlsoiHaU narrl. I still It Is a took Uiil " ui
.Z-.Tr'r, . . 1 woo tra miwrUilnr
to U undsr lock ni.(
atioul ih Ituuu. .
twotKi w WimXin act
ntstu. auMt, itMu a.u.- .t ctmii. iS
STEAM IK) AT RUTCHER
till Nalliissal Mttuli MuUaiBB-
tvbptiaial atloolioa paid, to ordttt Horn sltua
beau alini urdav