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JOHN H. OBERLY & CO., PKOPKIKTOJIS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1871.
BULLETIN BU1LDING..WASHIKGT0N AV.
LI I K INNIIUANCE.
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA.
Tn vwiT HcccrjwruL Lux Insurance Corporation or the bamk aok in
AUOUJtTOF POLICIES IN FoROK I)KC. 81,
Total Ihcomh to Same Date,
Nbt Ixcbiaub or Risks iV Force, 1870,
h litfM Hat lHfMMnrtl the
GM IXCBBAtK Or KUKB.IX FoBC', 1870, .... 130.327.730 00
Only two Oompaniea la the werld exceed Dili gross Increase during lfc'O.
tlm only Company which guarantees, e chartered right, the principle of LOCAL IM'KST
MEtj IN EAC1I HtATK. In proportion to Iti Premiums or Its-Insurance Fund.
tii on)? Company which, by Its charter, gives VACH HTATK A KEWtKHENTATIVE IN TUB
HUNK 1IOAKD OK D1KECT0118.
O-miTEDB-A-X, OFFICE, ST. XjOTTTS, ZMTO.
JAMES H. URITTON, Ticildcnt.
Hmr "W. Houqii, Vlco President. Felix Coste, Supt. Missouri Dept.
Wm. Hamlet, Secretary. John N. Phitchaiiii, Treasurer.
C. F. Bubnx, Attorney. K. L. Lemoink, M. D., Med. Officer.
Hon. Wm. Barnes, Coniarting Counsel nnd Actuary.
HOUTHKl'.N ILLINOIS DKPAHT SI ENT,
K. 1. IJuiaixaiiAM, Manager.
CAIEO BK-fVOCNTCH: BOAED.
Tee lotloeSog Darned gentlemen held ef eootr.l
P. W. Babclat,
II. W. Wbbb,
n. II. Caxdbi,
J. M. l'lIILUI-S,
R. S. Bkioiiam,
Paul O. Sch.uil,
i mmr IIn stud Plana Before
Caul L. Thomas, ' . r
CLOSinSTG- OUT .A.T COST I
Tho public ara hereby notified that
BOOTS, SHOES, II ATS, CAPS, NOTIONS, ETC.,'
Uilonging to the estate of the tale
WILL BK SOLI) AT COST
T TITO OT.T STAND (lOUN'KU SIXTH STREKT AND OHIO LEVEE
CAIEO, - - -
It hsldetthe City National Bank on Mon.
l... Pail, anin from un to twelve o clou
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wlUtemciTMMxnrofflCf, until U o'clock,
or eUtardmr, tta ftb dr of fkDtemUr, mi , tor
bulldtog of bridn ftcrot Caebe nter, ojipo-
til U1U MIVU VI UntlJ KV.VWU tw inoua -uva
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. auu BMW in ui'i iuum luuvbiii'iiuiivi v
br raunt cuamyi in wnnco cun id
ho connwjtor mil t required lo complete
bntJw on or oourc ir.r m ubj- ci jnurj.
i -a tL.U.LI .AtiallM ItettMAtjiI Mill IiM
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t Bumber twtnty.flfe (). m tne xiijr oi
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pyLoi a certain prqmwaary YT,
Tn data therewilli, lilren bj aanl W illiam
ost to aaia aaran u neuuKK lur.tnv "" v'
year alter ius date thereor. And,' wnerraa,
mU hu ItAanrinada In tho oaTment 01 a part
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Ji authority contained In laid mOitnge, on
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Oouaa NiatrajirtH Portia tiran.
' 04IR0, ILLINOIS.
rm l .liniiitnri nnlT tlin Trrr bt eattle.
TO ABSORB PROFITS.
$ ir,.CS!1.740 00
' 20.000.(110 00
year 1S7U of may Coinau",ln the W wrl.l
Ili.'i'J Iniuiaitee ih,in the Life Aseorlatlon
John H. Obeblt,
T. J. Kkrth,
W. 8. Krsov.
you Insure In any ottirr Company.
W. B. Kktsntt.
lliu large end'rnanif.cer.t tU-ck of
MIIN. M'OTT WIIITK.
ORDINANCE NO. 121.
An Ordinanct to prtitnt the running at
larytof (court and) goats, andor othr
BK it ordained by the City Couoail of Ui City
Uterioa 1. That it ahall not be lavlul lor any
a-oat to run at large, within the limits of the laid
Cily of Cairo j and any person being the owner of
any goat, or hain charge or control of the tame,
aa agent or olherwixe, who ahall permit uch coit
to run at larga, In aor alreei. afenue, r public
ground ol aaid city, ahall forfeit anil lajr to said
city a aum not leas than tire dollars, nor more
than twenty are dellars, for eacn and eftr
tiic. i. All the proritlona of an onlinance, en
titled "An Ordinance to restrain hogs frsm run
ning at large a ithin the limits of the City," and
numbered 113, be and the same are hereby re
enacted and made a part of this ordinance.
Hie. 3. It shall not be Uwfal for any cow, goat,
horse, mule, ox, bull, hep, or awlne, to wear n
bell within the limits of said city: and any Person
belnii the owner of any of aaid animals, or baring
charge of the same as agent or otherwise, nliu
shall permit them or any of them, to near n U-ll
within the limits of said cltr, shall fortelt and
nay to said city a sum not less than flvo dollars,
nor more than twenty-Are dollar, for ca:li and
erery ollence ; auJ, in addition, ten dollars for
raclrand ercry day such animal shall continuo
lo wear such boll after the first conviction for
men otisnce under this ordinance l'rorided,
howvrer, that tliu wearing of any bell by any
hone or mule, when in liirnoss and attached to
auy tehlcle, ihall not be considered a violation
ol this ordinance.
ApproTol, JOHN M. LA.NSDEN,
Attest, Mas 01.
Jl. J. IIowlst, City Clerk.
August l'JIh, 1171.
OHDINANCE NO. 122.
An Ordinance to amend Ordinance A'o. 49,
ami for other purposes.
BE iturualned by the Cily Council ol the City
of Cairo- '
riicrios 1. That said Ordinance No. 49, be and
the same Is hereby amended, by adding at the end
ol tne first section, the words "or any tin, Iron
orwooden boi,pin,'pot,"can, bucket, pipe, hoop,
or any,doicripnonnf earthen, glass, crockery, tin
or wooden waro whataocreri or any old boot,
shse, hat, rags, or clcthing; or any treo or hush,
or portions of the nainei or any old lumber,
aharinga, straw, manure, hay, grass, vegetables,
garbage, rubbish, nrotlal, or slops from dwelling
houses ; or any offensive, foul, or nauseous liquid
or aubitance provided tlia provisions of. this or
dlnance shall not apply to any building materials,
merchandise, or articles that may be temporarily
deposited on the streets or avenues, to be used r
retnotcU; nortoany vegetables, oilal, or garbage,
fdaeed ina box,or barrel at theaidoof the Mreut,
or.removalt'and nrorided. alto. tliat If anv earth
01 aahes are deposited in the streets or avenues,
iTm''" ,P'' evenly over thuaurtaccol Die
wc. . It shall not be lawful for any rerson or
pereons to permUany slopa. orfa',oirenaive or
naUieoua limild or aubslanco to bo discharged, or
flow or pass fron or out ot any premises occupied
by him, her or them, inlo nnr street or avenue,
or into any adjacent premises ; and every person
viplatljB the provisions of this nectlon alisll for
feit ano par to the aald city a sum not less than
five dollars, nor more than tifly dollars for each
and every ollence, and tsndollara a day additional
for eaeh and every day after conviction, under
this ordinance, he she or they shall permit such
Violation of tins aeotlon,
rise. 1. H ahall be the duty of the Cily Comp
troller fa provide tho means for removing from
the front of all houses In the oily all vegetable
and dry kitchen otlal, of every description, pro
vided the same li placed In boxes orbanels. n d
placed in convenient locutions In front of said
bqaieil before the time fixed for such ronoval;
and that such removal ahall tornado, from the
first day af December to the first dar of Marsh,
on.co a week f from the first day of March to the
first dnj of June, and Irom the Oral day of Sep,
lumber to tho first day of December, twice in
each week I and from the tint day ol June to the
first day of September, six days in each week j
.and thai notice shall bo given by laid Comptro).
Utal the tlm of such removal, by publication,
in the nowspaper publishing the ordinances of
the city, nny arrangement made by tho Comptrol
ler for the purpose above spealtled, to he by him
reported to the City Council, in Joint session con
vened, for approval by them.
' Approved. JOHN Mi LANSDUN, Mayor,
' Attest. M. J. llomxr, City Clerk.
OOltB, pamphlets, briefs, 'catalognea, ilewa-
alvo printing contracted for, and nromylly and
tpeedily executed, in tho iiulletin book, Job,
.ml navinanar hinillna eilAhllshmeUt.
Itinrlrl cieclnllj.ror (lie t'nlro lltil
lot In. Ten hntirx In iiiltiinrc ol SI.
A 11 A SO ALLY QUARANTINE
MAJITIAL J.AW TO HE HE
CJAUKI) BY DlpTATOH .
" ' OR ANT. '
TUB WIND THAT HLOWS FOR
Till: WESTFIKLD 3IURDERERS
EXCITEMENT AMONG THE
'I'llL' IX II II Mil T t.'u ni." S IlllTCW
ini. ii7i4ijni uo jr j riiicu.i
THE TKRRIHLE AHORTION
New-Yor.tr, September 1. Tbo commit
tee Uf the bonrd of anciaorj, of Brooklyn,
tiuve saccocdcd In reducing tbo valua
tion of Klne's countv. ns estimated bv tho
tate board of atios)orf, by at lout twenty
Tbo Tribune, to-day, thinkf Got. Hoff
man' lotter to C. II. .Marshall & Co who
complained of the oxhorbitant charges' of
the quuranllna officials,' is no nniwor to
to tho accusations mado, and repe&U that
Jt. canocnan, tho iieaiin othcer, accepted
a briba of forty thousand dollar! for grant
ing, to a certain company, tho privilego of
plundering tho commerce of tho port.
MAllTt.lL LAW IS THE SOUTH.
It Ii itnted in the "Washington specials
that tho object of tho president's xisit is
for tho nurpoio of iuuing a proclamation,
under the ku-klux act, declaring martial
law in some sections of the south.
Foreign journnls state that on tho occa
sion of Xupolcon's fete day, August IB, be
sides th congratuatory "telegrams from
tho heads of tho Kuropean governments,
tho cx-empcror received 1,000 letters, 300
dispatches, various precnls, and an nd
dres signed by C.OOO business men of
Tbo grand Jury this morning picsontcd
bills of indictment ngatnst tho president
and superintendent of tho Staten Island
Ferry Co, and Inspector Matthews for
culpability in the AVostflold disaster.
New York, September 1. There is
considerable feeling being aroused among
tho Ocrmnni growing out of tbo action of
tho German general committee) on .Mon
day last. Meetings wero held last eve
ning in tho sixtb, tenth and twenty-first
wards to consider the conduct of tho gen
eral committee. A meeting of tho com
miltco of tho 2ith ward will bo held
this evening. Their movements uro
oxciting apprehension and alarm among
tho leaders of tho Tutntnnny ring gen
erally. Tho Tribune lias a chapter on the man
agement of tho Ludlow street jail in ttm
city, and says that in nddition to tho suf
ferings entailed bv tho laic, tho sheriffs
officers in charge of this prison ndd per',
sedition, direct robbery nnd absolute im
Officials aro carrying on an nbominablo
schemo ot plunder. Tho prisoner is ex
tortionized on every hand j ho is advised
to employ n lawyer, who pays tho jailer
a pcrccntngo on his profits. The jailer
is n retailor of liquors without license,
keeps a pawn shop which tho necessities
of tbo prisoner rcqtiiro him to patronize,
and is robbed of his money after tho most
approved manner; monoy lender, ho
encats tbo prisoner and justice aliko bv
furnishing, for n consideration, worthless
Thero is still considerable excitement in
rcferenco to tho ltoscniewelg abortion case.
Tho suicido of Conklin, tho alleged se
ducer of tha tnurderod Miss Uowlesby, of
Patorson, creates great excitement in "that
Elticd Conklin, who appears to have
con respectably connected, left a note
stating that tho fear of being u witness In
tho ntl'uir impelled him to end his llfo.
Tho ovidenco ngainst ltsscnzwoig is be
coming stronger. Ho nppcared greatly
nlurmed whon informed that tho identity
of Miss Bowlcsby had boon established
by tho coroner's inquest. Tho investiga
tion is still going on, but nothing now tun
thus fur .Uceo developed.
Tho coroner's jury find that Alico A.
llowlesby cuino to liar death from tnetere
peritonites, result of abortion produced
oy Jacob Ilosenzwclg.
E.YCIT1N0 l'OUR-OARKD HOAT
Halifax, Soptembor 1. Tbo four
oarod raco to-day was ono of tho most
brilliant events in tho nniinis of aquatic
sports, Tho courso was three nautical
miles in length. Tho compotlng boats
wore required to doublo courso tho dis
Unce, making it nearly sovoa miles. Tho
morning wh delightfully clour, and
gathered crowds wero assembled on tho
erected stands, and lined tho docks mid
housetops along tho city front.
Shortly boforo tho raco u sou breeze- hud
sprung up, making I ho water rough, es
pccluliy tho lower part of tho course.
In tho drawing of position tho Tnylor
crow got No. I. Tho Burton, American
crow, got tho worst position, on tho out
side, near tliu eastern shoro harboi. At
tho start It was impoialblo to suv which
got wntor first. HocWs boat fell behind
ufter a few minutes, but tho other live
kept together pretty stoadlly for tho first
two miles. Tho adyantngo which tho two
English crows had gained in gotting tho
insldo position gavo them smooth water
along tho wharves, whilo tho Americans,
loing out in tho btreum, got full forco of
tho wind mid rough wutor in mid chilli-
ncl. The first turning was mado bv
Uenforth's boat, Taylor crow cimo next,
men rryor crow and Americans last.
Tho Americans trained ranidlv as soon
ns tboy got tho courso as smooth as that
on which tho Knglishman wero rowing.
Tho contest between tho leading boats
was lutensly oxciting for tho last milo of
mo raco. xno result of tho raco croaiea
very little excitement. Tho Amoricans
bclfcvo that if their boys bad not been
crowded out of tbo worst part of tbo
courso tho would havo won. Tho Biglor
crew say that their boat struck a half-sunk-en
nicco of timber, which thoy think had
tho o lied to throw them back and mako
them loso tho race.
Tho Burton crow ( Amnricani,) lost two
boat-loni-tha In turnlnr bv tha ituniditv
of somo judgo or other officia1,wbicn con
siaoniuiy Jncrcaieu too dlstanco they had
uj uiaavo in uirntng. l
In the) single scull race, this morning,
seven started. Tho raco was won br Sad
ler, ofjtho Tynecrow; Brown, of Halifax,
at-vuiiu. Hnu JVOJJJ IDira.
WIIsSON FOR SENATOR IN
DROWNING OF A FRAIL ONE.
Chicaqo September 1. A special from
Desmolncs says that Hon. James F. Wil.
son has consented to bo a candidato for tho
Unitod States Senato from Iowa. Mr.
Wilson is now oast, but boforo leavingjha
informed a friend that if the general as-
sembly, when thoy carno togolhor, thought
it auTiiaoioio cicci.nim no would accept
A few days ago a boat was upset in tha
lako and a man and woman, tho occupants,
wero thrown into tho lake. Tho man was
picked up and while on tho way to tbo
polico station with Mr. McGovern, who
rescued him, ran awjr and made his
Yesterday, the man was discovered In
tho Northwostern railroad company's
shop, and was arrested. Ho oxnlalni hli
conduct at follows :
Ho said ho bad been on a torn end met
tho girl, who was drowned, on the stroot,
and asked hor to tako n boat rlJo. She
consented. Thoy obtained a boat, and
when about a milo from tho shoro alio askod
him to let hor row tho boat. Whilo chang
ing places tho boat upset and sho was
drowned. Tho reason, ho says, for bis
running away, whon on his way to tha po
lice office, wus that bo was b married man
and did not want his wife to know that ha
had been boating with a prostitute. He
was ncia lor examination.
It Is now said that thero will bo no con.
firmation in Christ Church until Blshon
"Whitchouso requests Mr. Chenoy to pro
sent the candidates which he probably
win not uo.
It should be understood that tho action
of Mr. Cheney has, from tho first, bad
tno coruiai support or his wardens and
vestrymen ; in fuel, that ho follows them
instoad of being their louder.
At a meeting af tno vestry last night,
Mr. Cheney offered his resignation for the
fifth time, but it met with un unanimous
Vehsailles, Sept. 1. Tho author.tles
sent congratulatory despatches to Thiers
on tho prolongation of his term of office.
Advices from nis department say tbo peo
plo Generally approve tho action of the
Assembly In relation to tho Chief-Executive.
Tho pending negotiations with the Ger
mans through Huron Von Arrum concern
ing the evacuation of trench territory,
aro being facilitated by the assembly with
tno endorsement oi l iners.
A dispatch from Paris says tbo Aus
trlan ambassador to tho French says that
Italy declined to participate in tho confer
ence of Gastcm.
Lo.ndon, Soptomber 1. A court martial
has been ordered to thoroughly Investi
gate, the accident to tho iron-clad Kopulse,
which has been aground at Sboorncss.
Tho Unitod States steamer Shonandoah
is nt Messina.
Tho steamships China, Queen, and City
of Limerick, oil from Now-York, touched
at Queonstown and proceeded to Liver
pool. It is reported that Kelly, who is accused
of tho'murder of Talbot, has escaped from
WaRHINHTOX. Sent. 1 Tho VrA.Monl
has declined lin invitation from llin r. n.i.
dhtn authorities to visit Now Brunswick
on tho occasion of tho opening of tho Eu
ropean unu .ortn American railway com-
SaVAKKAII. Snntemhnr 1 Tha lnmMmr
physicians hero publish a statomont-today
that no cotes of vcllow fuvor havo
thus far appeared In fciavannah, nor any
disease that approximates thereto. Thnw
declare, also, that this season has boon tho
healthiest that lina lionn nrnniMrtnfw1 In
Yankto.v, Dakota T., Soptomber 1,
.Tnmes H. Newmnn.
burg, Ph., was drowned last evening at
the toot of Broadway, in tho Missouri riv
er. The body wns not recovored.
Much interest U lnnnlrnaln.1 In ll.n
oleetion which Is to bj hold to-morrow on
1110 question ot issuing bonds to aid In
building a railroad.
Wk would cull tho attention of our
country friends who want to get good
picture 10 call on J. J. Thomas, who has
a very pleasant gallory on Commercial
nvcnuo for tho'.r accommodation, and is
roaiiy mo best artist woliayo had in Cairo
or u long tl mv. if
J. J. Thomas has fitted up the room
lutoly occupied by W. G. Worthingtons
on Ccmmorciiil avenue, whoro ho Is doing
a good business Go and seo him nnd
give him a trial. Ho Is prepared to do all
kiiius oi won; in 1110 photograph line, and
docs it woll.
' Sohuh soils ltattingor'a
Oyster.. Louis Herbert lias ulwas on
hand a fresh supply of Sudillo Hock ovs-
MARKETS BY. TELEGRAPH.
Nbw-Yobk, Soptomber 1.
MON BY Continue Tory easy at 21
3 par cent. '
GOLD-Dull at 112JnjJ.
iSr. Louis, BtpUmber 1.
WHEAT Dull and unchanged; buy
ers holding off for low price.
COnN Protty firm but Inactive.
BYE Steady at 68 a 60c.
?.A??X-Tf,ui; choice spring, 00c.
WHI8KY Dull at 80c.
BACON Dull ; orders filled at CJc, 7Jc
and 8c, but jobbing and round lots can' be
lsMSaaar ai. 1 ak 1 I -
B asTf lEMe"
LABD tSonll eaj tlereet 91c
NkTW Obliamb, September 1.
FLOUR Dull but ftrmer; luperfine,
$1.75 j XX, 5.75 j XXX,'$C.0O a 6. J6.
CORN Quiet; mixed, C9c; white and
BBAN-11.03 b 1.07.
HAY Dull: nrime. til k Ilk- ohm
30. ' r "
rORK Firmer; mesa, f 13.87 b 14.00.
BACON Firmer at 7 a 8Jc.
HAMS Sugar-cnred, 14 a 15c.
WHISKY Western rectified, 00c a $1.
SUGAR Dull: common. & a (IS . nelmn
Cixcixxati, Sept. 1.
FLOUR null. tlt nnl nn.V.tu
than formerly. $5.30a6.75. r
WITH I m - ' , .
OATS Steady, 33a3Dc
RYE Dull, 66a67c
BARLEY Quiet, 85a96c.
COTTOV Vimr rn. , LI .III
PKOVLSrONKn,itl rA k..a lli.l
- - vma -vasa acta llfiU
LARD Dull 9c.
BULK MKAT.qn.ill uk..li... n.
Sides ?5J; email tale of shoulders'.
II A f i vf . . , r t . . . . .
urtvu.-iii, onouiaers uie. Meed.
Clear riba and aMaa mrm aT.4 . 7 . ...
gar cured hams are in good demand atlHt
PORK l2le. Cash rennet nf T ..
steady and saleable, held at 8!c.
MEATS Cull and held at previous'
WHISKY-Strong and saleable at 88c.
SAVE TWENTY PERCENT
Dy buying your
3T TJ "R T 1 1? 17 IR,
Waaliliisrlou-av., Xear i'oaluia Hoaae
Mvssr. KichhoU Ilrathersdeilre to inform the
cititons of Ctilro that they aro manufacturing all
kind i of
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
Anl have now on hand and for sale, al
Wiiolcaalo nud Hetall,
II kindi, and will oontlnue to keep at their
SALV.S ROOMS, IN TUKIU NKW UUILUIKO,
Every discripUon of cheap and aoxtij turnllnre,
VMarblo Topped Bureaus,
aae-aldsboards, Was ha tan da,
J-WsrJroU., Bofa Chairs,
Sofa and Watraiaea,
SW-Ixiuogts, ate , etc..
Which thoy will guarantee to aell
TWENTY PER CENT. LOW-R
Than they can bought from aay other dealer la
tha city. (Jive, them a call aad satisfy vonr
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will he recelvod at the office
ofthe City Comptroller uulll lx in, a Wednes
day, the (Ih day or BepUimber, HI I, fur furnish
ing, from time to time, as the proper officera of
the city may order, such oak lumber aa the city
of Cairo may require for building or repairing
aide-walks ui.lil January 1, 1872, one huudred
thousand feet, more or less, aald lumber lo bo
sound white oak, clear of sap, (the whole log to
be worked upHorlhe cily) and of the following
dimensions i The topping to be 12, II or U Itet
long, eta if inches wide, and 1 Inches thick i Ike
stringeia to lie Jul Inches, 11 or IS feet lout'. and
paits 4xt laches ; tho lumbar lo be delivered la
any part of the cltr of Cairo, designate I l.y the
nu.,vm unin. irum uniu loiune, aa tha same
is araereu Horn the mill, freight prepaid. The
v. U..X..V. vi cuuiiHvuis m live koou and sum.
(Unt aecurity for tha faithful perfoimanoe of
The city reserve the right to rsjeot any and all
' -JU Dfanarv,
C. HA NNY.
KHXTUCKY J8ANS, IXTBA,
-..-' - .BLACK. ALPACAS
GROS GRAIN SILKS,
LAROE STOCK OF CARPETINO,
Ilia EallreHtoek New Cloalasx Onl
VERY LOW PIGURES.
COKNBT 8tU ST., AND COUUIBCI AL-AV,
Of ALL KINDS.
NO. 87 COMMBBCIAL-AV I1BT. 6tII AXD
Or ii Strkhtb.
SBAL EMTAFK AUENT,
C. WINSTON i CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
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I I 1 SECOND VLOOR) OIIIO LEVBK,
I CAlItO, ILLS..
Buy and Sell Rkal Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
A I prepare Conveyances of Kinds.
a. r. nana. r. max
PAKKEK A BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Pall r, Banslae, aaaallaa,
And the celebrated illuminating
nnosa' uuiLDiNo, coit. Utii-st. & com-
I. & E. GREENWALD.
Hour ond Grist Mills,
The "Tupper" Patent Orate bar,
UAOHINBIIT rOR OKNHRAL PUBtOSBfl,
WOOD ! WOOD I ! WOOD I ! I
The underngnH will furnish
IARD AND DRY WOOD
aa Ckeaa, If a4 Che pea
Than any wood dealer In Oalra. Leave orders
on the slaiss at the I'oslofnce ans at Rosa1 real
yard, on Curaoiereial avenue, between Tenth and
Twelfth, icraeta, Cairo. Illinois. I give good
measure and will oord the wood up If JesireJl.
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Cily National ttauk HnlIejsHf.
lafirind day ,l0n 'IJ rJuf' frora t4,'l
WALTER & MALONY,
AID DIAlaal M
Kiqhtu Btbbbt, Uktwkkn Wabuinotox
u vvalatBBCIAL AVKXCB.1,
AeUaievlaai KliUaaaaM Haauiy'a.
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PAUIi G. SCHUH,
ID "R XJ G3-t3-IST,
NO. 108 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
Wtsltlaker'a Old Ntaatt,
OrroaiM Athmbtju, . . Oaibo, Ili.
Paya particular stlsntion to filling all physician
and family prescriptions.
DAY 06 TIC3-T.
tun oa bud
ALL PATENT MEDICINES
worth having. Agent for
ItKriM1 PETEK TOMIC,
Wartantod the best Fever Killer known la this
NO CURE-MONEY REFUNDED.
BUOIIU AND DANDELION,
Anexaellesl remedy In all diseases Of tho KU1
neys, equally, aa sood or better
than Uembold'a. and tor
axao aasav roa
llHMpltB(r'a Hoaacaitlsatlale SpMlsltai
Hir well selected stock of
Of every description cannot be
surpasses! oy aay ealao-
lishment ot the
kind in tho
NU 150 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
Has on hand
A FINE.STOCK OF WATCHES,
:OLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
Particular attention given to
REPAIRING FINE WATCHES.
Tho largest stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
IS TUB C1TT.
O RO CBRIBB.
Ohio Lbybb, : i t i i t Cairo, III.
obdiss raoarTLT sitiao;
O. D. WILLIAMSON.
Na. 7 kla Lerea,
aUTi)Doclal atleatloa aivao to Conilimm.nt.
and ailing otd.r.
CARL L. THOMAS,
I prepared to do all kinds of plain aad ore,
KALSOMINING, PAPER HANGING
BIOM WRITINQ, HO,,
At figures which defy all competlon, and In the
highest style tf Ue palntara art.
HHOP IN TUKPERRY HOUSE,
COBNBH OF COUMKBOIAL AVEXUB AND
JP?t ",lBO, Kail Road Compsay now
Addlitoato the Cily of Cairo, vin
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