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OFFIOH, BITIiliHTIN" IBTTXTjIDIIfcTGr-, COIJ. 12TH BTRtHICT "WTVBHXIsr&TOISr .A.VIEllsr'CriEl
JOHN II. OBERJjY, EDITOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
CHRISTIAN CIIURCII-Klghtecnlh street
uetweeu Washington and Walnut.
Meeting every Him. lay at 101 u. in., and 8
Sunday school at !t p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening.
tMlKSHYTKKIAN Klghtb Street.
Preaching, Sabbath at 101 a.m. and 7) p.m
I'raTennuetbKi Wednesday at 7i p. m.
-Jabbath School, 8 p.m. .1. M. Lausden, Hu
perlntcndcnt. Kkv. II. Tiiaykh, l'aator
METIIOMST.-Oor. Eighth and Walnut HU.
Preaching, tyahbalh at 10 a.m., and 7 p. m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 74 p.m.
.Sabbath Helmut, 3. p.m. I.. W. Btillwell,
Hiipcrintcndent. Ukv. F. L. 'I'mommon,
I IllJIiCII OK TIIK UKDKrCMKIt (Kplsoo-
Morning prayer. Pabbath 10) a.m.
Kv cuing prayers, "Ip.ui.
Subbsth School, 0 a.m.
Kkv. JC Coan, Hector.
ST. PATItlCK'H CHUKCH-Nlnth 8t. and
Publlrt service, Sabbath 8:10 and 10) a.m.
rspcrs, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School. 2 p.m.
Scrvlcu every day, 8 a.m.
Kkv. P. J. O'IIalloiux, Priest.
'!. JOSEPH'S CllUUClL-Genuau,) cor.
iter of Walnut and Croix streets.
ilass, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
tspers, 2 p. m.
.Mast during week days, 8 o'clock a. m.
Kkv. O. HormaN, Priest.
ttreet between Washington Avenue and
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath .School at 2 o'clock p. m.
Kkv. (.'. Dukhhciinkii, 1'antor.
VOlINO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
:aclj month at their room over Kockvrell
A-Co'ii bookstore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prajer meeting, Friday, 7) p.m. at
J.. W. 8T1LLWKIX. President.
SKOONll MISSIONARY HAPTIST
ClllJHClI. Corner Hyeatuore and Forty-
tint BtteeU. Preaching Kabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. in.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
The church I connected with tho llllnoli
Aoclatloi, by thu First Missionary Hap-
tlit Church ol Cairo.
Ukv. Summon Lkmnaud, Pastor.
AFRICAN METHODIST. Fourttontb, bo
iween Walnut and Cedar.
Sen leek, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
sja'ibath School. 1 j p.m.
Cla.Hn mveU at ') p.m.
nKCOND FREE WILL HAPTLST'-Flr.
Ueuth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
hcrvlces Sabbath. 1) and 3 p. in.
Kkv. N. ICickb, l'aator.
KKKI WILL HAPTIST UOME MISSION
SAlllIATli SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
ami Cedar Streets.
SabbiUi School, U a.m.
flltST KKKK WUL HAI'TIST CHURCH
- lurry's lUrracks
Services, Sabbath 11 a.m.. 3p.m. ft 7 p.m.
Kkv. Wm. Kisllkv, l'aator.
lltfT MISSIONARY HAI'TIST CHURCH.
( 'cdir, bttwi en Ninth and Tenth Sta.
I'n-ai-mng Sabbath, 10) a,m. and 71 p.m.
Prayer meeting, Vi eduesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabtatli fcbool, 1) p.m. .7ohu VanUaxter
u- Mary Stenhcn,KuperlntendcnU.
Kkv. T. J. Siiuhkm, l'aator.
' rVOND HAI'TIST CHUUC1I Fourteenth
street, between Cedar aud Walnut. The
only Iluptln church recognized by the Aa-
set v ire , Sabbatli, II a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Kkv. J a cu i! IIiudi.ky, Udcr.
LAIltO COMMANUKKY, No. 13.-SUted
Awcmbly at the Acylura Manonlc Hall, tint
and third Mondays In each month.
HAIKO COUNCIL, No.IM.-KeguUr Conyo-
ration at Maoulo Hall, the second triday
in each month.
CAIKO CHAl'TKK No. 71.-Hc(rular Con-
vocation at Maonlc Hall, on the third
TucMlay ol every month,
JA1KO LOOGK, So. '37 F. A. M.-Hocil.
lar CommuulcaUona at Maaonlc II all, the
-econd and fourth Monday of each month.
A I.KXANDKK LODGE, 324 Meet In Odd-
FellovvV Hall, In Arter'a building, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
(lovemor John L. Uevcrldgc.
St crctury of State Oeorge II. Harlow.
Auditor of State C. E. Llppincott.
State Treasurer Caper Kuu.
Attorney (leucral lawe K. Edjall.
Supt. I'ubllc luBtructlon Newtou Hatemau
Senators Klchard J. Oglesby and John A.
''IKjlreiontatlvo Elghtoenth District Uacc
MEMHEUS OENEKAJi ASSEMULY.
KeprcKcntatlveH In the both dlstrltt.
John II. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma aud Math
iw ,1, Inscorv.
gsuator lor Uio Mth dUtrlct. Jesno Ware.
Judge I). J. Baker, of Alexander.
Slate's Attornoy l'atrlck II. Hope.
Clerk It. S. Yocum.
Shot-in" A. II. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
Judge- F. Urobti.
Associates J. E. McCrlto and S. Marchll
Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Gossman.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer K. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. II. Fallls.
Attnrney-H. Wubton ebb.
1'ollco Magistrates F. Hross and J. J.
llMa'rshaliidChlerof Police Wm.McIIale.
Street CuinmlMsloner D. J. Oalllgan.
Health Olllcer W. Wootcn.
MombcrH l'ollco Force A. Cain sargent,
K. Whlteamp, l'hllllp Hclui, Chas. Mehner
md I'. A. Conant.
IIOAKl) OK AI.DKHMKN.
First ward -Hiram Hlxby and J. M.
' soconil ward Horman Jloycrs and Wooil
KltteuhoUHe. , ..
Third ward JotinMcKwon and F. Kors
mover. Fourth ward-0. F. Nellls and M. J.
Fifth w:ird-Jno, 11. Kobluson and Wm.
J. 0. MATI1EWS0N,
And Ai'cnt for
llAZJ.Ht) AND UlJl'ONT l'oWDBB Co.,
THE SEPTEMBER MAOAZINES
A JUOIl' HANQUET.
The 'Oalaxy,1 which always contains an
attractlvo combination of light and solid
contents, is moru that usually good lor
.September and is quite a remarkablo num
ber, in its choice of subjects. Tbo r;reat
question of Marrlago, Katlng and Drink,
ing, Duelling, Keligion, and Language
are all treated, and in a stylo so clear and
oven that, varied as they are in thoir na
ture, we rnlgbl almost think the satno pen
had written them alt.
Tbo following is tho tablo of contents ;
Tim ComliiL' Marriage, by Albert
I'.hodes : Tho Wethoral Al!a!r. Chapters
XXXVII., XXXVIII., XXXIX., XL.,
and XLI, by .1. W. DeForest; Casual
CogltBtioni will the Coming American
Drink f by Carl Henson ; Tho Antl-Slav-ery
Men of tbo South, by Edward A. l'ol.
lard; The Mammoth Keligion of tho
World, by Fannlo Uop-r Foudge ) A
Hrokon Lily, by M. K. W. S.J The Kevo
lutlon of 1848 in llerlin. 1'ersonal Kocol.
lections. In two l'arts. l'art II, by
TbeodoreH. Fayj Hhymes from Koniard,
by Kate Hillard; Symbolism and Lan
guage, by C. I'. Cranck j Wandorings
thn Austrian Provinces, by Lady Blan
che Murphy; Summer Days at Newport,
by Lucy II. Hooper; The Carllsts, by
Theodore 1'. Adams; A Foast of Blood.by
Julian Hawthorn ; The -Krnnant, by
Elizabeth Sill; Driftwood, by Philip
Qulhbet; Current Literature, and Nebu.
li', by the editor.
'ScrlbncrV for September has; fair pro
portion of light and summery, and solid
and substantial faro. Hret Harto's now
story, "An Episode of Flddleton," Is com
menced, with his usual strength; thero is
a story about "Baum, tho Cornet-player;"
an illustrated "Cruise among the Arores;"
a profuse! pictured and very suggestive
article on the New York "Central Park ,"
a delightful Illustrated paper on 'The
Hirdsof the Poets," by John Burrows; a
curious "Study" of Japanese fans, by
Noah Brooks; Whltelaw Keld'i com
mencement address on "The Scholar in
Politics;" the second of Blauvelt'a Impor
tant papers on "Modern Bkeptiiclsm ;" a
reply to the recent arttclo on "The Liberty
of Protestantism ;" a pcrtalt and biogra
phy of Sdward Eggleston, author of "The
Hooaler Schoolmaster;" and tho usual
quantity of pootry.
Dr. Hollaed, the editor, gives us another
Installment of "Arthur Bonnlcastle," and
tho following "Topics of Time:" Tho
Outlook, Tho New York Uotd of Kduin
Hon, Ownership in "Women, and Tho Lib
erty of Protestantism. Tho Old Cablnot
tulks about tho pooplo who get under Peo
ple's Umbrellas, etc. "Homo and Soci
ety," "Culture and l'rogross," "Nature
and Science," and the etchings are as uiual
dlvorsilled and interesting.
The ' Eclectic for Soptombor Is on our
table, and is ombollished with an excep
tionally liko-llfe and finely engraved por
trait of tho late Chief Justice Chase.
Besides tho edltoriij tkotches of Mr.
Cbaso, tho contents aro: " Loctures on
Mr. Darwin's Philosophy of Language,"
by Pror. Max llullcr; "Marriage In
Franco " ; " Tho Brontes "; " Tho Planet
Mars." An Essay by a Whowollite;
" Vcnl Sancto Spirltus." A Ilymn by
Dean Stanley ; " Too soon." A Novel, by
tbo author of " Pattv "concluded :
" Daniel O'Connoll"; "The Weather and
the Sun "; by Kicbard A. Proctor, F. B.
S ; "A Kun to Vienna and Posth " ;
" Mazoni " ; " Paul Templar "; " A Proso
Idyll," by Edward Jenkins; and "A
Lost Art." Tho editorial departmenU
deal with litorature, sclenco and art, and
form an entortalnini; and valuable feature
of tho magazine.
Published by K. H. Pelton. 109 Fulton
street, Now York. Torms, $5 a year ;
two copies, $9. Single numbor, 45 cents.
'Demoresl'a Monthly Magatino' for
Soptombor is rich in literary novelties,
aud also gives a very flno display of tho
now fall fashions. Domorest sooms to
outbid all his cotomporario in the value
of premiums to his subscribers; ho an
nounces an astounding offer for 1874, of
tho largo and celebrated chromo, "no Old
Oaken Bucket," aftor Jerome Thompson,
and soveral other equally largo and valua
ble chromoi, "The Captive Child," "Home
Swoot Homo," nnd "After the Storm,1' for
tho ensuing three yoars, worth $15 each,
This Is certainly unparalolled, and wo
wonder how it can be done. Send for cir
cular. Addreai W. Jennings Domorest,
833 Broadway, Now York.
'Domorcst's Young America' It at full of
noveltlos as an egg is full of meat. Tho
Soptembor number of this juven
ile monthly will ho a valuable accession to
any family of children. An announce
ment is made that horeafler it will bo fur-
nlshod at $1 a yoar, with a valuablo pre
mium. Ulrls and boyg will please note
this. Addross Y. Jennings Demorest,
8J8 Broadway, Now York.
COAL AND WOOD YARDS
Tenth and Fourteenth Mreetn, between
Wushlngtou and Commercial avenues.
All Kinds or Wood amp Coal.
Stove wood Hawed to order.
Orders received for Pittsburg coal to ho
delivered In September at ft) 00 per ton.
Leave orocrs at olllce on Tenth street,
next door to tobacco warehouse.
Terms ; Cash on delivery.
S-'20 4m 0, W. Whkilkh, Prnp'r.
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
Notl :c is hereby given to nil person Inter
ested, that the city council or the city of
Cairo, Million, having ordered that Mdc
walks be conxtrilrted. recoiitructed ami ro
Mowed, on the lollowlng mined streets, to
On tlui northerly side of 1'Kteetitli
street, Irom Washington avenue to Walnut
On the soulli side of Fifth street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
On the north Mito or Firth Mreet, In front
01 lotiv8,i!!).;w,.'H,H2,:i.i,:ii,;t.-i,sii ami :y.i.
On the cant Mdouf Wulnut street between
Fourth and Filth stretlK.
On tho west side or Walnut street be.
twecn Fourth and Filth streets, block 5,
fronting lots numbered 7 and 8.
On the wct sldo of Walnut street be
tween Fifth and Sixth street.
On tho ent Milo of Walnut street bo
tneen vim, and Sixth streets.
On the cast Mile or Wnlmil street be
tween Sixth and Seventh streets.
On the cat ld ol Wulnut Krcet he
tween Seventh and Eighth itrceti.
Ou the went eldc u Walnut street be
tween Seventh and Eighth streets, fronting
loti numbered 1 and '1. block IW.
On the cat klde ol Walnut trecl between
Eighth and Ninth Urcet". fronting lota 'Jl,
i!-.', M, 'a, 'J, 'J7 and 'is, block M.
On the ca'tsldo or Walnut Hi ect between
Mnlh and Tenth street, In Ironl of lots
numbered ft!, S3, 'Jl and J., In block 4!i.
On the west side of Walnut street be
tween Eleventh and Twelfth streets, In
front of lots numbered I and ft, In block 72.
On the east side or Walnut street between
Twelfth and Thirteenth streets, 111 rront
or lots numbend 27 ami ', In block 40.
On the eat side ol Walnut street be
twecn Thirteenth aud Fourteenth street.
On tho west side ol Walnut street be
tween Thirteenth and Fourteenth street",
in rront ol loti numbered 7 and 8, blocK 74.
On the eat --Ide of Walnut street between
Flltccnth and Sixteenth streets, In Iront of
lots numbered 2ft, 20, ; and 2S. In block 4 !.
On tho east side of Walnut strcetbetween
Eighteenth and Nineteenth street, In lront
of lot numbered 21, 22, SI, 2ft and 2IJ, In
On the can side of Walnut Mrcct be
twecn Nineteenth and Twentieth street'.
On the wet side ol Washington avenue
between Twenty-sx-vcnth and West Tvven
On the south sldeof Twenty-eighth street
between Commercial avenue and Poplar
street. In front of lots numbered 8, 10, and
11. In block 27.
Dave applied to the county court or
Alexander county, state or Illinois, for no
assessment of the co'tor said Improvements
according to benefits, and an assessment
thereor having been made and returned to
said court, the final hearing thereof will bn
had at the September term or said court,
commencing on the 1Mb day of .September,
A. D. IS7.'I. All persons desiring may then
and there appear, and make their defence.
.IllllN O. llAltMA.V, )
John II. C1o-ma.v, ICom'r
Thomas Wixtkii, I
Dated, C.vllio, Illj., August 27, A. D. 1873.
KECEIVEK'S SALE OF VALUABLE
KEAL EkTATE. AND A
State of Illinois, Alexander county, s.
Lcohiiard Fcdcrolf vs. 0car Kabu aud
Charles Kabc. Hill lor roller, etc.
Public notice Is hereby kIvcii that In pur
suance ot a decree rendered In the above
entitled cause, in the circuit court ot said
county or Alexander, on the JSlst day ol Ju
ly, A. D. 1873, 1, John i). Hannan, duly n
tinlutpd receiver in said cn'. I'rk"' """'
as such receiver will, on Saturday the 27th
day ot September, A. D. 1S73, at the hour
of 2 o'clock p.m., of said day, sell at public
auction to the lilglicj t bidder for cash, at thu
doorot the court-lioii'e In the city of Cairo,
In said county, the following descilbcd real
estate, situated tu said county and state, to
wit : Lots numbered one (li and two (2), In
block numbered nine (!), In the lirst addi
tion to the city of Cairo, together with all
and singular the tenements and heredita
ments thereunto belonging. A good aud
sulllelcnt deed or conveyance will be exe
cuted to the purchaser on the day or sale.
John (J. Haiima.v, Itecelvcr.
(.Unto, August 20, i:i73.
Notk. There aro good buildings, with
all necessary machinery, vats, etc., lor car
rying on the tanning business-, situated on
said lot-, and tho property Is worthy of
notice to such as desire to invest in Cairo.
John i. Haiima.v, I leech cr.
('.vino, August 20, 1873.
WHITE OOLLAll PLANING .MILL
N W.ll.Tt:ut. 1'ioprlelor,
HARD and SOFT LTJMBBU
LATH, SU1NOLEB, OKDAK POSTt?
DOOHS, SA8I1, BLINDS
furnished on stmrlnM notioe.
Commercial avonuo, betwoon Tonth and
W.M. 11. WALKER & CO.,
(Late Walker .t Harry,)
GENERAL COMMISSION MEIMJIIANTS
rou 8AI.K OK
CoiIKTItV, WKSTKriN AD NoiiTHKHN
Nos. 4S aud 47 North Water Street,
EtTSpcclal attention given to consign
ment!. S-tu tf
Cairo Hox and Uasket Co.
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
iiauu ami sort-.
Keep constantly on hand
Kl.OOUINd AND SlM.NCI, ALSO LATH.
MI I.I. AND VAItll CORNKIl TIlIUTV-FOUin 11
8TKKKT AND OHIO I.BVKK,
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS, 7-30 tf
Notiob Is horeby glvon that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of the em
ployes of Tim Caiiio Uullktin, olther
or thomiolvos or for tho use of tho ofllco
unleso the same aro furnished on an ordor
(Ignod by Mr, Ilurnott or myself,
12-20-ly 'Ioum OimtLY,
M HS. MoOKE,
On KlKMhHtrsM,tlwnenOomm(ircllnJ Wash
union A? touts. Is Jtlr recuitlnt
NEW MILLINERY OOOIKS
I,ATKhT Fl'IHNO AND SUJIMKIt PTYLICA,
IIskMbs a full lino of
ITrimmtxl ami untnminod.l
rnr.Nou klowriih, uihtioksi. TitittsiiNfH
of nil klndf, I.sre, ntc, oUs.
Mr: He'lm h. an Ir(( si0rtnisat n
fsucj Attlclss, such
NKCK Tl.M. O'Vf.I.AllH, UcfflKKHI.KEVKH,
Ami all other nrlicles Uiuslljr foiiml In
first-class millinery stork
Mrs. McOee. in addition to her Htock of
Fancy and Millinery Oood, has a flno and
Complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
made Ladles' and Misses' Shoes and Chll
drens' Hoots, Hlack and in Colors, 'these
arcacknowlcdged to bo the tlnct and best
ever In tho market, and this U the only
linnsi thn ettv that nukes tlmin a specialty
( ovivtmsio.v .Mi:it:iiAvrs.
11 A MilDAY BJtOTnERS
fORWAUniNO and OOMAll.HHJON
n 1: it 11 11 a i M.
DEALIC 113 IN FT OUR ;
An.l Anil- nl
70 Ohio Lkvkh,
1. I). MATHUSB.. 0 UI1L
MAT11USS & UHL
Commissi on Merc han ts
JAY AND WESTERN l'RODUUE
.). iM. 1'iiiLLira,
Forwarding and Commission
W HA RF- HO AT PKOPKIETOR.
propirtfd to forwird all klnl of fr eights
to all points.
MTIliislness sltsnJo.l to promptly
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer in
LlMK.'UlMKNT, l'LABTKll, HAIR, ICTC.
Kii stlilo l.even.
JST1 will sell In car load lots at maim lac
tillers' prices, adding It-eight. 4-'MI
WOOD ItlTTENIlOUSM & U0
(ijnernl Coimuituion Morolum
nn OHIO I.KVKK
WARD fi ROBERTS,
DKAI.KHS IK WlNPOVV SltAIIKit,
Wam. Pai-ku, Pubk Wiiitk
Lkau, IiiNsKKp Oil
Sl'IRITB TUIU'KNTINK, Ol.UK
Shkllao, Alcohol, Ktc, Ktc.
Washington iivcnuo and Kloventh street,
Caiko, . . . Illinoi
W. II. horni, ll.-II.Canilee
Notsr; I'uUio. Mo. I'ub. sail 0. H. Com
FIKK, HULIi. CAUOO, LIVE STOCK
Al""-'" f J.st'j.nl
NORTH AMKttlOA, PA,,
"O l,74S,0OO (C
,,ot" JJ.M 4.J10 7
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
4 mmi, . . ... rM,g
A,"et" I158.J7S I
AMERICAN OE.NIIUL, MO.,
CONNECTICUT JIUTUAL. I.IKE.
A,"tM - - 3.,(ioo,(ioo 0
TltAVELERH', HARTFORD, LIKE AND
KAII.WAT PAHSK.NOF.RH AsBUUANOK
Al"' MW,lioo 00
A"-' - - tew.Ma U
HAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
TEUTONIA L I F INSURANCE
OF OIIIOAOO, ILLINOIS.
OKsr-r'L.Orytcu, 17'J AV'ahiiinotokSt.
This German Lire Insurance Company
guarantees not only Paid-up Policies but
also a aluu In Cash on tho Non-forfeiture
U. KNOI1KLSDOUF, - . . rjecrotary
JOHN W. PJtUESS,
Agent ror Cairo and vicinity.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association tor promoting Life Insurance
and blck Keller by weekly duos and mutual
eo-operatlon In objects of public benefit.
l'he Lite Insurance Policies will bo Issued
by the Tcutoul.1 Lire lusuranco Company.
II. MEYERS, President.
JOHN W.PRUESa, Ao't.
for Cairo and Vicinity
FIRE AND MARINE "
X3ST STJEA UTOB
NIAOAKA, N. V,,
Al","' " ii.iaa.Jte
OKHHANIA, N. T.,
A"6'" - I,0(y,7!l 76
IIAKOVKR, K. Yn
Asset u tfi 00
UEI'OIILIC, N. Y.,
Al""lt 7U.9M 00
Comprliiltix the Undorwrltri' Annuo.
TONKKIIH, K. Y.,
hiikmkn'b fund, p. r.,
HKCUIUTV, N. Y. MAHINK,
Htott-n, DmilllnKs, Furolturx, Hulls and Ci.r
(tof, Insurixlut rstcs ratoratileas touud. inr
mnnt ectirltr will wsrrnnt.
I renpoctfully nk or tho cltlion.ol C
slisrvof their pstronsKn.
4). N. HIimiKN.
REM IS, HROWN & CO.,
Aoents IIosie Cotton Mills
NO. 80 Ohio Lcvoo, Cairo. Ills.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
dktwxbk wash'n avknux and walnut
Dr. II, r. Fields Informs toe publlo that be ha
LIVERY 8 T A H L E
on tho norlhwet side or Tenth street as mm
Ills HiahloH will be furnished with none hut th
AND 0001) VEHICLES,
mid tho public may bo accommodated at a.
hour of tho day and night with salo teams
on the loM'est tonus.
Dr. Fields asks a share orpilbllopatronairo
and will endeavor to morlt It by fair doalfiia
and strict attontion to biiNi
WAUc.i M AN UFAOTOlt V
For Salo nt Wholosolo or ltotoil.
COHNEll 82D-BTUEKT AND OHIO LIVK
.1". H. UAVIII.K
KiaiiTJt St., Ht. Com. A Wasm..
WHITE & CO.,
(Successors to L. .Inrcii'cn,)
Sta plf. and Fa nc y G rockr i f.s
HOOTS, SHOES, Arc.
And In Country Produce of all kind-.
VVAHIII.V4.TON AVKM II
Comer of Twentieth street,
IjTA supply of choice butter from north
crndulrlis coustanily ni.in.v.
You can buy six
and ono-balf lbs. Durant's
A CofTeo Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Sovcn lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Bost
three and ono-half libs. Primo
Rio Coffoo, Ono Dollar ; Bost
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half por pound ; Boat Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Sovonty-fivo Conta por pound ;
1 oung Hyson and Oolong Toa,
Ono Dollar por pound, and ev
erything proportionately cboap
at IIiuam Bixhy.
HERMAN S C H M ET'STO R F F,
(Successor to II. Thlcleckc.)
Drill, r In .111 KlmlH
IIKTW-BKN TENTH AND KI.ICVENTH hTUKKTtS
Having purchased tho proccry establish,
uieiitnf if. Thlcleckc, I shall always keep
on hand a full and fresh supply of all the best
iroods In my line, to be round In tho market.
Ity strict attention to business, and lair deal
I in,-, I hope not only to retain nil tho custom
the place hits enjojed In the p:it, but to add
to tho list many now patrons, Asking a
fair share or public patronage,
Hespectrully, IIpuman Soiimf.iz.sto1!IT.
II. A. Thorns
L. D. Thorns
TilOMS & Iil.OTIIER,
Succcsosrs to II. M.llulcn,
Ntuplo nnil I'micy llroroi
Foreign and Domestic
CAIRO, - . ILLINOIS.
R. SMYTH & CO.
j WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
Cor. Commercial A v. and ISth St.
OA I HO. ILLINOIS,
Also, ktp ooustiiully on hAtiil a mo.t oorn
I'lulo stock of
HOlTOIl AVD tRIfH WltlHKIlC!
-O 1 N H,
Port, II ml or in, Shorry nnd Ontiiwbn'W iin"
It, Smith .t Co, aro also agents for Spen
cer, JlcKay ACo.'h Pittsburi; ulc,ol vvhii h
larKo stock is kept constantly 011 hand at
I.Uf ri'iK.I fi'nwTuik aliil 1'hllAilolphis
CXIltB CO'tlllCt WITH I'NlrSU HAtH ISO SUITI'H
Kur CnrrinK the MmU
KOH PASS AO E TICKETS
oa ru-iusa 1 osmitior
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot
IS llrosilwsj Now. Toil, or to
II. Ilonpt ,
KOH SALE,) CorHAj.f FOR HALE
VOR S A LE. j ForBale I FOR HALE
Faro from LivKurooL,
Faro from Londoniikhuy
Faro from Ulahoow,
Faro from QosKNaioWN
TO CAIRO, : ! : i i : : 4fl 50
lafllml. Mortis A Csticls- Atntt.
l'AHKKH & ULAKE,
WALL TAPER. PAINTS,
I'Bttr, llonsliic, losollii,
thrt o-liliratt)l illutniDlln
UllOBIl'LOILDINO COB ill'U-ST. A COM
Oaiiio - - Illinois.
b HiJo.k: smith
('ur.lUoveutli anil Poplar Nil.,
Informs the public that ho hasongaeu tho
services of a Flrst-claa Wason utakerand
also a First-class Uorso shoer and Is ready
to manufacturo and epair all kinds of work
In this trade with npalr and disputed,
Our Jlomo Advertisers.
KKAI. BMTATE ACNOV.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (ASOOND VLOOR) OHIO LHVII,
Rot and Ssll Hial Kbtatb,
FUUtUUU AU8TWAOTB OF TITLE
And pirr Contpjunods of Kiads!
John (2. llarman. Chas. Thmpp
JOHN Q. IIARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Norm Uor. of .It.i Ht. mill Ohio L-
Otler for salo at low llires and easy terms
the following real estate :
No 1 A11 elegant cottage, corner Twelfth
and Locust streets, Is 27 and'.tt,l 1. third ad.
Lot above grada, r lota In li 4, tn what Is
kuovvu as tlu 'Uldgc Ulocki" thoso lots run
through tbo block Irom Fifteenth to Six
tuentli street, and tho best residence prop
erty in the city adjoining property highly
o tt LoU3 and 4. b 4S, city, Washiogton
avenue, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth
streets, west side. (Jood two-story bullduur.
on each lot.
No 3 Also, vacant lots & anil fl. mllnlnlntr
thu above. Lot II, li V-l. city.
on hlxth street, south slue,
between Commercial and Washington ave
nues, will bo sold In tracts to suit purchaser,
very low and on easy terms.
.iu i iiiin 1 mm o, no, corner 01 rour
tccnth and Poplar streets, lront on Poplar
street, west side, opposite post-olUce block.
No 0 Splendid business building, resi
dence in second story. 0 rooms, hall and
Iront and rear stairway, water ou both Moors,
In number one condition: situated on north
west corner ol Commercial avenue and
Twcllth street. A great bargain If sold
No C Lots 4. 7 and 0. b 23. cltv. on
Commercial avenue, bovvecn Fourth and
Fifth streets, Lots 20 aud 21, b city, on
Washington avenue between Filth and
Sixth streets. Terms easy, price low.
rio 7 Lot 14. lu b IS. on Nineteenth
street, between Commercial avcmiu and
ropiar street 11 great, oargatu. 1,0 tt, b 03,
1st ad., on Washington avenue.
ao & 1 wo very ucsiranio uusiuea nousoa
and two lots, on Sixth street botween Com
mercial and Washington avenues, vUl be
sold at terms to pay purchaser rental of 'St
per cent on investment..
tion In the city terms easy. Lots2l, 22 and
23 In b ID, 1st ail., south corner ol Twentloth
nnd Poplar streets. Also threo lots 111 court
house block, fronting on Poplar street.
No 11 A splendid two-story residence on
north-east corner of Walnut and Ninth
streets, with two lots very desirable prop
lio 12-Lots 18 and 19, b 70-south aide ot
Iwcntv.tirst street, rimin.li.i ..,.
lilock" very desirable lor rnslilrnr..
No U A well Improved farm of 210 acres
CO acrcsuudercultivatlon: houses and barn
good orchard, bearing trees; running wator
ui.uiiKu ..win uuuiu uternow. une iiuartcr
milo from station and depot ol Cairo .t St.
i.uuiH nuiroati. 111 uo sola ou easy terms
lor 912) per acre.
Noll Ten ot tho choicest lots. In lilm.Vr
f7, 1st addition, above urailo, beautltul resi
lience location, will bo sold at a great bar
gain. Wo cull particular attention to this
property as it vv ill bo sold very low.
A KINK CIIANCK Foil I.NVE8TMKNT.
In addition to tho loregolng wo oiler for
sale, or lease, a largo number of vacaut lots,
in dltlcrcnt parts ot the city, embracing No
1 business and resilience property.
In unimproved lands, wu havu for sale
ovor2.'.(JOO acres In Alexandor and Pulaski
counties, nt prices ranging from $2 to 15
per acre, and are prepared to oiler indues
incuts tn purchasers that cannot bo enualleil
in Colorado, Texas or any other place or by
"anyotherman." A large amount of lands of
tho very best quality, in Alexander and Pu
laski comities, belonging to tho Illinois Cen
tral Railroad vouipauy, lor thu sale or which
we aro tho agents, will hu sold very low and
ou such easy terms that a person ot Industri
ous habits, with a very small sum of ready
money, can In a (uw years become the
owner of 11 productive (arm. Wo havo
plats nnd descriptions of all lands offered
lor salo and will laku pleasure In showing
purchasers the property. Titles to all lauds
sold by un guaranteed, and shown Irom tho
patentee when required by abstracts. Ap
ply to JOHN (J. 11 ARM AN & CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Levee sts., Cairo, Ills.
.1 lire 7. 1S7II.
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Olilcoover First National batik. 8-lC-3m
SAMUEL 1 WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
OibVo over First National hank. 3.Kim
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William ll.Oroen, 1
Willi. m II Gilbert, V OAIKO, ILLINOIS,
M'le. F.UIlUrt, J
Jrripeoisl sttaatiou given to AoVnlraltf sad
OrVIOH OHIO LKYIB.BOOV 7 AND 8 OVU
OITT NATIOHAL HAWK.
John U. Mulkey. Wlllam C. ilulkoy
MULKKY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Otllce, rear rooms over llannon's book
HO. Vii COMUKItaiAI, AYXNUJt,
llctwecn Seventh uud Eighth streets.
su u six tow u 11 -i-j, isx an. uigu
ground. $200each on easy payments.
No 10 Lots 1 and 2, In b ft north corner ot
Tenth and Lovce utreets. llcst hnslnna in..,,.