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03T33'ia.Ul, nBTrXiXiS-riT IBTTXXiUXXTQ-, 0022,. lS-TIX BTIRainS'X' A.XTX3 WA.aHIlTOTOlT AVB1TTJE
JOHN H. OBERLY, KDlTOlt.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER G. 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
OUR UHUH0UK9.
I.IIIILSTIAN CUUHOII KlRhtcenlh stroct
between VaMiu;tiii uikI Walnut.
Meeting evety Sunday at 10) a. m., and H
p. in.
Sunday school at 3 p. in.
Prayer (m eting Wednesday evenln,".
IMlKSIIYTF.KIAN-r.ushtb. Street.
Preaching, Sabbath at 104 a.m. and 71 p.ln
I'rayrr meeting. Wednesday at 71 p. m.
Sabbath School, 3 p.m. .1. M. Lansdoti, Sil
pirlntcndent. Kkv. II. Tiiaykh, Pastor
MKTIIODIST.- Cor. KIbIiUi and Walnut Sts.
I'ri '.ichlng, S-ibbath at 101 a.m., and 7 p. in
I'rayrr meeting, Wcdnenday,7) p.m.
"abbath School, 3. p.m. L. W. htlllwcll,
superintendent. Hkv. I'. L. Tiiomison,
1'astor.
t IlllltCIl OF TWi: KUKKMI.U-(Kplsco.
pat.)
Morning prayers, Sabbath 101 a-tn-
Kvcnlni; prayer". 7) p.m.
-ahbath School, U a.m.
Itnv. K. Co AN, lloitor.
T. l'ATHICK'S ClltMUl-Nlntli St. and
Wellington Avenue.
Public service, Sabbath 8:10 auil 101
o.iiura, 7 i.m.
M;nlco vcry (lay, a.m.
llEV. 1'. .1. o'Halloiux, 1'rlwt.
T. JOSKI'll's CIlUItOlL (Ucrinan,) cor
nerof Walnut ami Crosa streets.
Mi"-, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock n. m.
spcrs, 2 p. m.
i-j durint,' week days, H o'clock a. in.
llKV. t. lloi tman, Priest.
-ihKMAN LlJTllKltANClliJHCIl-lStb
itri't't between Washington Avenue ami
Walnut street.
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock,
habbnlh I School at 2 o'clock p.m.
Itl-.V. C. IlLXIlHCllNKle, Pastor.
VMl'.SU MKN'ii CHRISTIAN ASSoClA
TION. Ilegular meeting second Jlondiv
each mouth at their room over Rockwell
.V Co's bookstore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7) p.m. at
bn Mum.
L. W. SUMAVKI.L, President.
-K(()M MISSIONARY ILVl'TLST
( lll'ltt. II. Corner Sycamore nmi I "tty.
in u .street-, l'reiwhiluf Sabbath at 11
o'clock . III. and a o'clock p. in.
s.uuday School 1 o'clock p. 111.
ri.ii ctitireh is connected with Iho Illinois
Association, by tli First Missionary Hap-
tbl (. Imrch ol Cairo.
Kkv. Solomon Lkonaiiin P.-ntor.
AFRICAN MKTIIOIHST. Fourteenth, bo
iweeu Walnut and Cedar.
Unices, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
Sabbath School, 1) p.m.
( lu- meets at 3 p.m.
i-wond i'i:i:b wii.i. RArrisT'-nr.
leonlh Street., between Walnut and Cedar,
itii ei atihalli, 11 and 1! p. m.
Hkv. N. Kickm, l'artor.
Htl.K WII.I. IIAI'TIST 110.MK MISSION
SAMIATH J-CHOOI.. Corner Walnut
and Cednr Streets.
Sablmth School. I' a.m.
r"iit.vr 1'itKi: wii.i. iiai'Tist ciichcii
-( urry' llarracka
,utnffe,abbith 11 a.tn..Si.m. A.71p.m.
Kkv. Wm. kKU.RV, l'a.mr.
MR.". MISSIONARY IIAI'TIS T ClII'Ri'H.
.Cednr, between Ninth and Truth hi.
Prcaeliln!? Sabbath, 1UJ a,m. and "1 p.m.
Prayer meellm?, W ctlneiiday evening.
rrcnclitiu'. Krlilay cvenlni;.
Sftbbuth school. 11 p.m. John Vanllaxter
aud Mary S.tepuijlii'.SUporintcudctttf.
Kkv. T. J. riiioiiKM, l'ii"tor.
iCi'O.Mt IIAI'TIST ClIt'RCH-Kourtei nth
Mreet, between Cedar uid Walnut, Tho
only llaptbt ehurcU roconUed by the Af
octatioii.
HorvlctN SabtiatJj. 11 a.m. a p.m. and . p.m.
Ill-V. .Iaoou lllunicv, Kliler.
BUCKET OHDKH3.
TUK MASONS.
. Atim niM M ANDCRY. No. IS. Stated
At.iiubly at the Asylum Macule Hall, lirel
.-nd third Monday In each month.
.JAIRO COUNCIL, No.'Jt.-Ret;ular Convo.
cation at Masonic Hall, the xccond rrlday
In each month. ..... , ..
CAIRO CHAl'TKR No. :i.-ltcBU ar Con
vocation Bt Maonle Hall, ou thu third
Tucday ot every month.
JAIRO lioilOB, ?o.'il7 F..t A. M.-Heiiu.
lar lUimuiunlcatloni at Maonic Hall, U o
fucond and fourth Monday of each month.
THK ODD-KKI.I.OWS.
Al.KXANDKK l.ODOi:, tMt-MeetH In Odd
Kellow' Hall, in Arter" building, overj
Thurfday evcniiiK at 8 o'clock.
STATU OFF1UKHS.
( ovuiiorIohii I.. lleveridt'C
I It uten.int-Oovemor
-e. ietary or State-Ueor,'o II. Iliillow.
Auditor of State-C. K. l.lliplucott.
Siatti Trua-urer-Ca-pir Kiitis.
Attorney Ueiieral .lauiex K. l-.d-all.
btipt. l'ubllc IiiBtnictlon-Nowtou Ilateman
CONURKftsMKN.
Seustora-Rlchard J. Ogle-by ami John A.
'''leprcHentatlvo Klahtccnth Ulbtrict-Ifacc
Jlement.
MWU1KRS (1 KN Kit Ali AS3KMIH.Y.
lcntatlvoH In, ie WHh illtrlt.
Jolui II. Olicrly, Win. A. Lemma and Malh-
.1. liiMUirc. . ,,,
rinatnr lor the Mtli district. .IcxfC arc.
COUNTY omCKRS.
cincuiT coout.
Jtldu'O I). J. Raker, or Alexander.
MsiwN Attorney l'atrick 11. l'opc.
Clerk it. S. Yoeiim.
Slierlir-A. 11. Irvln.
Win. Jlartln Afcees-or and '1 reaauror.
COUNTY COUKT.
Alihocratoi-j!1. McCrito and S. Marchib
3Cl'erk .lacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John H. (lostman.
MUNICIPAL TioVEUNMKNT.
Mayor .John Wood.
Troasurer R. A. Ciinnliigliam.
C-oniptrollcr K. II. Kallls.
Clerk Mlehatd How ley.
Attoiuoy II. Wnlvin Webb.
Police Maj;li.traton V. llross ami J. J.
llMa'rshal and Chief of Police Win. Mel late.
Street Commissioner I). .1. (iallli;an.
Health Olllcer-W. Woolen.
.Members Police Korce A. Cain sareent,
p Whitciinp, Phillip Helm, Chas. Mehnet
i ml I'. A. Conant.
IIOAKII OK AI.IIHIIMHN.
Klrst ward-lllram llixby and J. M.
' Second ward-Herman Meyer and Wood
.tliienliou.n. ,,
I hlril warn .loini .iu:i.uii ' ...Mr-
Wmrlli ward-C. I' Nellls and M. .1.
ri'nh'waid-Juo. II. Roliiiiiou and Win.
II. Morris.
r.si.iiti.iNJir.ii isr.
J. 0. MATUHW80N,
COMMISSION xM KUCHA NT
And Au'eiit lor
llAZJ.HH ANll DlJlMNT PuWUKU Co ,
AUGUSTA i OA.
7-9-3m
T II E B U L L E T 1 N. !
.MTNH ADVUIlTISUMnXT.
WV clip from nn old pajmr tins fol
lowing. Wljpilicr Ir. Pomdcrslandrr
out round liii "largo jilmik horn" mo
:iio utmlilo to ny hut ono lliintj i
iiio, In orlrr;
"ltutidawny, or Molon, or wo strayed,
initio lnr'0 jilnok lioro. nliout iburlcoii
or lilicon hiituU lilcli: lio lia ot four
iilaek lot;" two poliino, two puloro, mid
lio plnuk all over lii ltody; but ho lute
pit oinc itc spot poii his pack, whuti
(lie skin yas nip otF, hut 1 ircosod dcui
iitul do vile spolf is plaok ain ho
tint, ho kankcr.o. and paoo, and oini!
diinos ho valk, and von In- v.-iRj all
his lo zoo- on ono nftur anodur: ho
has two oar- rion hi head. Loth alike,
hut one i" pracl.'cr than loder, lit; linr
two oyc.t, ono U put out, and toiler Mi
pon do fide of his head, and ven you
t!D todcr fido ho vont soo you. and ha
u lorif dnil vot row down pchine:
hut I cut it fchort do todcr day, and
now it is nor so lon vol it was ho i
Miood all ruud, hut his mhino i-hoo
ooiiii' oil. aud he has onlvrot shoos pi
fore ho holdts ooji hisinud and looks
skared. and von ho ha l u rrightein d
ho jump" about like ovcry thint: into
orhl he vill ride init a saddli; or a
shase or ho ill go init hiuiself vidnul
ioi jtody init a bai; or a pov on it ho
is not very old, and his jioad von ho
vail." or runs keeps pcforo, and hi.- tail
keep- bchinc only ven ho frets mat,
and dun his dail somcdiinos eoino; lirt.
Whoever vill brin him pack, shall
pay mo ." toller reward, ami if he pring
pack tho tiof vote stole him shall pay
pc.iidc L'O foliar and axo no quostion-.
"S'TAItK. lViVnt..M:H."
-
6T"An editor, putlinv air-tiht eof
fins, mvm "No ono havinvs onco trkd
oiioof'hcse colli oi. will over use any
other. It is enough to put ono out ol'
breath to road such a yravo joke. It
roiuinds ol early jonrnnlistie days, whon
a jinti'iit widiciiie inventor. whoo pill
vioro warranted to cure, at short raniro.
eiit us a llaiuing advcrtieuiont, and a
jiravc-stono tnsnitfneturo pent u? an
other both wanting llrst-rate puft'-.
and otTcrinsf to pty in trade, Hctwecu
tho two wo l ad a trood chanop for an
outfit.
z3A Xew Vorl: alderman, driving
in Central Park, pn-T.d tho llinnbiilul
but, indignantly escla'uucd : "Wei!'
I'd like to know who they won't put up
a atatoot to noxt. What's he ever done
to htvo a itatoitf !! -.tuii;
iintlmr!" "Who?" inquired his
flainimiiiuii. W'l., Ilttmljolttr, mat
I'.iteliu doctor, don't you ce? was the
ri'pnn-i-
TO KANS? AND COIMADO!
During tlio summer sca'nn ol the
.Ml-ouril'uclllc railroad w 111 veil excursion
ticket Iroin St. Louis to Denver and return,
at very low ratos ol fare, and a raro oppor
tunity Is thereby otrcrcd.llor lover of nature
view Ilia beauties of Colorado ami eliloy
the delightful scencrv and healtli-ln-plnni,'
ftimsto of the park of tho Rocky Moun
tain". Kansas, with its broad and fertile plain,
Is directly on tho route, and together with
all the other Western States and Territories,
I- reached by tho Mbourl l'aclllc railroad
and Its connection-.
Tho Texas connection of this
road Is now completed, and
pak-enccr aro onVred a llrtt clas all-rail
route from St. Louis to Tnxa. either over
the Mlsvouri. Kaiua" .t Texas R. It., via e.
dalla, n. over tho Atlantic .v. l'aclllc R. R.,
v la Vtnlta. l'or map-, llmo tables, lufoniia
Hon a- to rates, routes, Ac. wo refer our
readers to S. II. Thomproii, Ka'tern l'akrit
er Ai;ent, Columbus, Ohio, or 12. A. Kurd,
(ieucral l'aseuxer Aent, M. Louis, .Mlou
ri. (Jiu-stlon will be promptly and cheer
fully answered!
EMIGRATION TURNING !
CHEAP FARMS IN SOUTH-WEST MO.
Tho Atlantic .V l'acitlo Railroad Company
oilers 1,'JJO.OOO acres or land In Central and
Soutltwe-t Missouri, at from ifil to $12 per
acre, on seven year' time, with trco trans
portation from St. Louis to all purchasers.
Climate, soil, timber, mineral wealth, neliooU
churches and law-abldlnt; society Invito
omlLT.inU from all point to this land of fruits
and (lowers. For particular address A.
Tuck, Land Commissioner, St. Louis. Mo.
1-2'2-d-codly
mil fUVORIHGS,
VANIUuU LEMON, ETC.,
'for Flavoring Ico Cream, Cakes L Pastry.
"With proat care, by a now process, wo
ixlract from tho true, select Fruit am;
Aionmtles, each charactcrisllo tlavor, mul
produce, Flavorings of rare excellence.
Of great ttrcngth and perfect purity,
Xo ixiiaonous oils. JJccry Jlavor as rep
resented. No deceit each bottlo full
measure, holding one-half mora than
others purporting to hold tame quantity.
Use them once, vill use -no other. Tin
mott delicate, delicious flavors ttermuile,
8o oupirior to thu cheap extrueta, Ack
for Dr. Prlee'rt Special l'Tavoriuga. Man
ufactured only by
BTilELIUFIUUU.
Depots, C'RIOAOU and BT. LOUI3
Mmufacturenof Dr Price's Ursam
Jlakinu J'oicder-
Homo Advertisements.
OMMINSilO.V MKIIOIIANTH.
HA ill i DAY IJItOTIiEilS
GENERAL AGKNTS
I'OIIVAIIDINIJ anii (JOMMlHtflON
tt i: u i n a is TN,
DKAIjKILS IN FI-OUH;
A n t Aki-oIi n(
OHIO KIVKS ANIi UIIUWII1
tM A Tr U-TT Ultl.
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
Uaiuo. Illiwoi.
.i. m. phijj.ii's,
Forwarding and Cotnmiaaion
MUIltJllANT,
AXD
. WHAKK-HOAT l'KOl'KIKTOH.
propiro-l to f'irwir.l ill Win Is of fr olt'bt
to alt point.
MPllunlnuss mlU'n li"! to promptlr;
U. CI.OSK,
oknkic.Mj Ul.MMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer in
LimeCbmkxt, i'l.ABTKn, llAin, Etc.
Tit) Olilo Levee.
J3TI will sell In ear load lots at manutac
tuiern' prices, adding f reilit. 4-2-tt
WOOD l-UTTKNtiOU. Jfc HRO
FLOUR
ADD
(J on oral Commission Morohan'
183 OHIO I.KVKK
W.M. 11. WALKER & CO.,
(Late Walker A. Harry,)
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
I on SAM". Ol
CousTnv, "Wksteun and N'ouTitKr.s
PEOXJITCE
'os. 13 and 17 North Water Street,
MOIJILK, AI.A.
r5Spoclal attention lvcn to consinn
incuts. -lU tt
JOHN U. PIILLIS & SON,
(Hucotiaori to John 1). Phtllli,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
FOUWAHDINO SIKHOUANTd
DEALKR3 IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Moal, 13ran, &c,
AGENTS VOU LAFMN AND It AND
VOWDKKOOMVANY.
Cob, Tr.sni SrtiKKT akd Ohio Lkvkk
OA! ho, ill.
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
KOBWAUDING MKKOUANTd,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oata, Hay, otc,
AGKNTd ob FAlltllANK'H .SOADKtl
Ohio l.evoo, CAIUO, ILLINOIS,
lE T E R 0 II II L,
I'.xelii.lve
FLOUR MERCHANT
AND
No. NO OHIO I.KVKIS,
3.'J0U. OAIKO. 1L L1N01H,
SIDKWAIiKS.
sl'KCIAL ASSIjSSMKN T NOT1CI'..
Notlse n hereby Klven to all persons Inter
cited, that the city council of the city of
Cairo, Illinois, liavlnjr ordered tint side
walks be constructed, rccotiktructcd and re
newed, on the billowing named street-", to
wit .
On tho northcily side ol I Iftcrnth
trcet, from Washington aenuc to Walnut
"'on'tlio south idduof 1'llth street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut Mreet.
On the north side of Klttli 'trcet. In tront
ot iot -in, an. ho, til, aa. m. :il, ;w, :n! ami
On the east side or Walnut street between
rourth am! t'lltli streets.
On the west sido of Walnut street be
tween Fourth and Kllth street", block tt,
fronting lots numbered 7 and B.
On the wet sblo of Walnut street be
tween Fifth and .Sixth street".
On the east sblo of Walnut street be
tween Kllth and Sixth streets.
nn the east side of Walnut street be
tween Mlxth mul Seventh strccta.
On tho cast sblo ol Walnut street be
tween Seventh and Kle.Mli streets.
on (lie ij. ! u'jilniii trr(t be
tween Seventh and Kightu streets', rroutin
ois numiicrnii i aim .'. mocKox,
On the eat lde ot Walnut street between
KlL'hth and Mnth streets, (routing lots 'J I,
22, SKI, 'J7 and S8. block fin.
On tho cast sblo of Walnut rtrect between
Ninth ami Tenth street'. In front of lots
numbered S!s!, SU.'JI and 'j:, in block 4!'.
On tho wet side of Walnut street be
tween Klcvcntli and Tuellth streets,- in
front of lots numbered t and It, In block 7'.'.
On the eakl sldn of Walnut street between
Twelfth and Thirteenth "trcet", in front
or lots numbered S!7and In block W.
On thu eat side ot Walnut street be
tween Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets.
On the wet side ot Walnut street be
tween Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets,
In front ot lots numbered 7 and H, blocic 74.
On Hit; cut side of Walnut street between
Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets, In I rout of
lots numbered S!.', S!l. !27 and 'is. In m,,, 41 ,
On tho east side ol Walnut street between
Kl)ihtccnth and Nineteenth streets, In tront
or lot numbered ill, t!-.', i", S!S and 'Hi, In
block Nl.
On the cast side of Walnut street be
tween Nineteenth and Twentieth street".
On lliewcst side ot Wa'hlneton avenue
between Twenty.-oventh and Wet Tsven
tj -cli'lith stieet".
On the south sldeof Twonty-ciKhlh ktrcet
between Commercial avenue aud Poplar
trect. In front of lots numbered in, aud
11. in block 27.
Have applied to tlio county court of
Alexander county, state of Illinois, for an
assessment ot the cotof said Improvements
according to bencllt", and an assessment
thereof having been made and returned to
aid court, the final hearing thereof will be
bad at the September term of said court,
commencing on tho l.'itli dav ot September,
A. D. 1S7.'I. All persons desiring may then
and there appear, and make their defense.
.loil.N (, llAIIMAN, )
.Ions II. (Sus-man, VCom'r.
Thomas. Wi.vtkii, I
Dated, C'Allio, III"
S-27 fct
August 27, A. D.ls7.1.
IJKCniVKK'S SALi: OF VALLAIII.i:
UKAL KSTATK, AND A
OOOD TANNKKV.
stato of Illinois, Alexander county, ss.
Lcohnard Fedcrolf vs. Ocar Itabe and
Charles ll:il,e. Hill for relief, ete.
Public notice I hereby given that In pur
suance ol a decree renderod In the above
entitled cause, in the circuit court ot suld
county of Alexander, on the :11st day ot .lit-
iKjtntcu receiver 111 sain cause, ny saui court,
.uuii rucriror III, 0,1 ."uliiril.iy the 27tli
day ot September, A. D. 1S7.I, at the hour
ot '2 o'clock p.m., of said day, sell at public
auction to the highest bidder for cah, at the
doorot the court-home in the city ot Cairo,
In said county, the following described real
estate, situated in said county mid state, to
wit : Lot" numbered one (H and two (2t, In
block numbered nine III), in the llrst addi
tion to the city of Cairo, together with all
and singular the tenements and heredita
ments thereunto belonging. A good and
sulllcient deed of conveyance will ho exe
cuted to the purchaser on the day of sale.
.Ioiin J. IIauman, ltccciver.
Caiuo, August 20, 1.TT.'J.
Noti:. There aro good buildings, with
all necessary machinery, vats, etc., lor car
rying on tho tanning business, situated on
said lotf, and the property is worthy of
notice to Mich as Ucslrn to Invest in Cairo.
John j. Haum .v, Kcccher.
Caiuo, AugtK 2'), 1S7JI.
S-27-d-.'iOt
1.11.11111:11.
WHITE COLLAR PLANING MILL
H WAI.Tt-.US, l'roirlelor,
DiAiiam
HARD and SOFT. LUMBER
Ann
LATli, 8UING1.ES, OEDAlt POSTS
DOORS, SASI1, BLINDS
Ol'.DEHS SOLICITED.
Steamboat Lumber,
FurnUhed on nnortest notioe,
Uomuiercial svonuo, botwoon Tonth And
Elovonth stroots
CAIRO: XilLXISTOia.
TT
Cairo I3ox and Basket Co.
Dealers In
LUMJJEIl OF ALL KINDS
1IA111I AMI SUIT.
Keep constantly on hand
FbOOIUNO AND SlPINO, ALHO Lath.
Orders Nolielteil.
MILL ANH VAHII CORNKIl TI1IIIT V-FOUIITH
KTIIKKT AMI) OHIO LKVKK.
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS. 7-:i0 tf
1 . .
t! A I K O
COAL AND WOOD VARUS
ox
Tenth aud Fourteenth street-', between
Wadiington and Commercial avenues.
Dealor In
All Kinds ok Wood and Coal.
Stove wood s.iweil to order.
Orders received lor Pittsburg coal to bo
delivered lu September at per ton.
Leave oreers at olllco on Tenth (trcet,
next door to tobacco warehouse.
Terms! Cash on delivery.
H-2U tin C. W. WHHttl.KIl, 1'iop'r.
PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAM IJOAT UUTCHER
CflY NATIONAL HAN K IIUIKIUNU.
JiarSpccial'atteiitloii paid to olden Irom
ateamboatt, ulgbt or day.
Homo Advertisements.
iNHi'KAnur.
W. II, Motrii,
NntsryPoMlo.
II. II. Cindc c
No. Pub. sod U.H. Com
F1UE, UULL. OAUOO, LIVE STOCK
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
MTHA, HAkTFOHP,
fi.W.Ml )
NOHTII AMKKI0A, PA.,
IJ.7M.CCi0 10
HARTFORD, OONN.,
2,MM10 T
PHfKNIX, HARTFORD,
Assets.,
Assets.
Alsnts
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INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
ApU .... V,s,s
PUTNAM, UAUTFORD,
Aspfts I7M,7J
ni.KVKLiNH. nr.ifVifUNn.
Asiets SIS, (ITS
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AsnoIs 1188,278 I
AMERICAN OKNIRAL, MO.,
A-seti 1(00, 0
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, 1.1 FR,
Assets l,00n,CHX) I
TUAVELKIW, HARTFORD, LIKE AND
ACOIDENT,
A'sot l,VS),0IO 0
RAlf.WAT PAH3KNOER3 ASHURANCK
CO., HARTFORD,
Atiets ,".80O,no6 00
INDKfKNIlKNT, IIOSTOH,
A'sots 1930,81)2 00
S AFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio IrfiTivs,
TEUTONIA L I F E INSURANCE
OF 0UI0AOO, ILLINOIS.
Ckntl.Offick, 17SJ"WahhinotonSt.
AOTIYA, S650.000.
This Ocrman Lite Insurance Company
guarantees not only Paid-up Policies but
also a Valuo in Cash on the Non-forfeiture
Plan
JOUN A. HUOK, - - . Frcildont
U. KNOUKLSDOKF, . . - Hecrotary
JOHN W. 1'KUKSS,
At'cnt for Cairo aud vicinity.
RISMAllKliUND.
SKCTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Llfo Insurance
and Sick Keller by weekly dues and mutual
co-operation lu objects of public benefit.
The Life Insurance Policies will bo issued
by the Teutonia Life Insurauco Company.
H.MKYEK3, President.
JOHN W. PKUKS3, Aq't.
for Cairo aud Vicinity
FIRE AND MARINE
)OHlANIES.
NIAOAIIA, tf. V.,
Asset 11,18,218
OXRUANIA, N. T.,
KtttU 1,068,711 Tt
1IANOVKH, N.
A(f te t:o eoi oo
RKrnnLtc, n. t.,
Asset TU.MJ on
Comprising the Underwriters' Anenoj.
TONKKRJ, tf. T.,
Assets 678 lit
ALIIANT OITT,
Assets .M... 153,143
riHKUKN'fi IUNI), p. V.,
APfcl..
SICCURITY, N. T. MARINX,
APfcli. 1,01,619
Btoros, DwelllnRS, Furniture, flulli and Cur
Roen, Insured nt rales an farorable as lound, per
msnsnt pcurltr will warrant.
i rpspeairuiir asx or tne cltlientol Ca-
iharrof their patronage.
C If. IIITOIIKN.
DIISCr.I.f.ANEOl'N.
REMIS, DROWN ii CO.,
BAG MANUFACTURERS
Aqents Home Cotton Mills
NO. W Ohio Lovce, Cairo, ills.
l-3-2m.
PARKER & BLAKE,
Mil (Bl
WALL PAPER. PAINT
ratty, HoobIuii, (Inaolttifi,
WI3STX) O "W GLASS.
WINUOW HI1ADIH,
And tho celttbratod illumlnatln
AURORA OIL.
UROrtH'LUILDINO OOD ilTH ST. COM
uiboia: kv.,
Caiuo
lLLiioia.
COFFEY, HARRISON & CO.,
(Succcmors to 1). llurd .t Son.)
ooie.'WA.iaxjiniTa-
ANI
Conunission iMcrclimits,
ri.OIIB.IlllAIN AMI HAT.
No 0.1 Ohio Loveo, CAIRO, I LLS.
CARL PETERS,
BTtAO,KSMITS
Cor.r.lnvBUlti mul PoiUr ..
Intorma tho publio that ho haseiigaijeu tlio
borvlcea of a Flrst-claa Wagon makerand
also a FlrsUilBss Uorso nhoer and In ready
to manufacture and epatr all kinds ot worn
In this trade with npair and dispatch,
U-turn.
. GHOCKHIKN.
WHITE & CO.,
Successor to L. Jorj;cnen,)
IiEALKIlS IN
ST A V I,F, AND V, NT Y (r HOOT. IU ES
-ANII-
DKY GOODS,
II ATS, CAPS,
HOOTS, SHOKS, Arc.
And In Country l'rodttce of all kinds
m'ahiii.mjton avkmi:
Corner of Twentieth street,
CA1HO. ILLINOIS.
I5TA supply of choice butter from north
crn dalrln constantly on hand
You can buy six
and ono-bnlf lbs. Durant's
A Coffoo Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Sovon lbs. JNow Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Bost
threo and ono-half libs. Primo
Rio Coffeo, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half por pound ; Best Gun
powdor Tea, Ono Dollar and
Sevonty-fivo Cents por pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar por pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at Hi HAM lilXBY.
HERMAN SCHMETZSTORFF,
(Successor to II. Thlcleckc.)
Dealer In All Kin da
FAMILY GROCERIES
WASHINGTON AVENUK,
IIKTWKKN TKNT1I AND KLEVKNTH 8TRKKTS
Having purchased the proeery cstalillsli
mcutof II. Thlelcckc, I shall always keep
on hand a full and fresh supply of all tho best
eoods in my Hue, to be found lu the market.
Tly strict attention to business, and talr deal
lii, I liopo not only to retain all tho custom
the place has enjoyed In the past, but to add
to the list many new patrons. Asking a
fair share of public patronage,
ltespectflllly, IlKHMAN sjUHMKTZSTOUVF.
7-10 tf
II. A. Thorns L. D. Thorns
TJIOMS fc BROTHER,
Succesotrs to II. M.llulcn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 1H10KEKS
AND UKALXUS'.IN
. Ntila uod t'nncy Orornrlen,
Foreign and Domestic
131 Commercial Avenue,
OAIKO, - - ILLINOIS.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
j WHOLKSAL1C OKOOEUS, j
Cor. Commercial Av. and lSth ht.
IIA1KO, I 1. 1. 1 M It 1 .
Also, ksf p constantly nn band a moil cum
Plato rtock ot
BOUTOII AKII IKtftll V.-1IIHKIK'
(1 I N U.
l'ort, Madoria, flborry ivnd Oatnwbft'Vine
It. Smith .t Co. aro also necnts lor Pticn-
cer. MeKav ACo.'n l'ittsburi; ale, ot which
larjie stock is kept constantly on hand at
uicirwiioicsaio store.
IMMIQIIANX TII'HKTH
INMAN LINE
Llterpool New.Torlt ahd 1'lilladrlphia
Stoamship Company,
csoaa coaratot with usitiu iiim ian nairisu
aofiisitasrs
Far Garrio Ihn Malls
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcarnia I onos
il'l'LY TO JOHN O. DALK
Aot
HHroadway Nsvr-Yoik, orto
II. Honpt,
IMMIGRANT TICKETS
FOll SALK.-I KorHalorFOlt BALK
rOK SALE.) forSalUPOi; BALK
Faro from LivunrooL,
Faro from Londondkbhy
Faro from Olaboow,
Faro from Qukknbtowk
TO CAIUO.
t : :
lib-20
Hiffoid, MorrU .V Ondca As-nti.
HlM.IJtr.KT.
MRS. MoGEE,
On KiKMbHtrdet.bMwdon Commercial nd Wain
nitton Avenuus, muaur mvoiviui
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
or TUB
LATKST tU'HINQ AND BUMMKK STYLES.
Hetldea a lull line of
BONNBTB Sc HATS
Trimmed and untrimmed,
FHE.NUH KLOWKKH. KIDBONd, TKIMMIN08
of all kinds. Laces, ete.,eto,
Mrs. McOea has also a large ortment o
Fanor Artloles, BUCh aa
NEOK
TIVW. orVLLAUH. UNPEKHLIKVE8,
KUKFH, BASHES, KANS,
Aud all other artmlea uiually lound in a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs, McQeo, In addition to her Mtook ol
Fancy and Millinery Qoodn, has a lino and
Completo assortment of Cincinnati Custom
mido Ladloa' and MUaea' Shoos and Cull
ilrens' Hoots, Mack and in Colon. These
are acknowledged to lio the finest and beat
ov( in tbe market, and thU Is Urn only
Iioum the city Uikt uiBkoatUam a specialty
Our Homo Advertisers.
HEAL KATATK AUKlfd.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTIONEERS,
74 (second TLOon) onto lith,
CAIRO, ILffl,,
Bur and Sill Rial Estati,
PAY TAXES,
FUUNIBU A11STUAOT3 OF TITLK
And piepare Oontf janoss ot Kindt!
John Q. Hannan. Chas. Thmpp
JOHN y. HARMAN &, CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLKOTOKS
AND
CONVEYANCERS
North Cor. nlilt.i HI. mul Ohio Ite
Cairo, Illinois.
Oiler lor sale at low figures and easy tertni
the following real estate :
No 1 An elegant cottage, corner Twelfth
aud Locust streets, Is andvu,b 1, third ad.
Lots above grade, fi lota in b 4, In what Ii
known as thj "ltldgo lllock:" thoso lota run
through the block lrom Fifteenth to Six
teenth streets, and tho best residence prop
erty In tlio city adjoining property highly
luinrovcd.
So '1 Lots 3 and 4. b 4. city, Washington
avenue, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth
streets, west side. Oood two-story bulldlui:
on each lot.
i'o;i Also, vacant lots fi and (I. adjoining
tho above. Lot II, b S3, city,
ou Sixth street, south aide,
between Commercial and Washington ave
nues, will be sold In tracts to suit purchaser,
very low and on easy terms.
No 4 Lots 7 and S, b!)8, corner ot four
teenth and Poplar streets, front on Poplar
street, west sldo, opposite post-olllce block,
No it Splendid liuslness building, resi
dence In second story, 0 rooms, hall aud
trout and rear stairway, water on both tloon.
In number one condition; situated on north
west corner ot Commercial avenua and
Twelfth street. A great bargain if sold
soon.
No ft Lots 4, 7 and 9, b 22. citv. on
Commercial avenue, beween Fourth and
Fifth streets, Lota 110 and 21, b 23, city, on
Washington avenue, between Filth aud
Sixth streets. Terms easy, price low.
No 7 Lot II, in b 18, on Nineteenth
street, between Commercial avenue and
Poplar street a great bargain. Loti'i, b K,
1st ad., ou Washington avenue.
No s Two very desirable buslncs houses
aud two lots, on sixth street between Com
mercial and Washington avenues, will be
sold at terms to pay purchaser rental of 2t
per cent on investment.
No D-Slx lots lu b 20, 1st ad. lllgu
ground. $200cach on easy payments.
No 1U Lots 1 aud 2, lu b n north corner ot
'Vuuvvt nmi i,wc Diicvis. jcni ousinea loca
tion In the city terms easy. LoU2l, 22 and
u i.. j. j. j., iuili uomnr ol Twentieth
and l'oplar streets. Abo threo lots in court
house blocir, fronting on l'oplar street.
No 11 A splendid two-story residence on
north-cast corner of Walnut and Ninth
streets, with two Iota very desirable proii
crty. 1
No 12 Lots 18 and 19, lW south side ot
Twcnty-tlrst street, opposite Convent
lllock "very desirable lor residence pur
poses, cheap.
No 13 A well Improved armomonrriw
CO acres under cultivation ; houses and barn
good orchard, bearlug trees; running water
mruugii liiiiu uuuu mcniow. une cpjartcr
mile from station and depot ot Cairo & St.
Louis railroad. Will bo sold ou easy terms
lor 912) per acre.
Noll Ten ot tho choicest lotri, in blocic
i7, 1st addition, above grade, bountiful resi
dence location, will bo sold at a groat bar
gain. We call particular attention to this
property as it will be sold very low.
A FINK C1IANCK Villi IN VK8TMKNT.
In addition to tho foregoing we offer for
sale, or lease, a large number of vacant lot.
In dillerent parts ol the city, embracing No
1 business ami residence property.
lu unimproved lauds, wo havo for sale
nvor2r,tjlH) acres in Alexander and Pulaski
counties, at prices ranging from fi to 15
per acre, and are prepared to oiler induce
incuts to purch.vcrs that cannot be equalled
In Colorado, Tuxas or any other place or by
'anyotljorman." A large amount ot lauds of
tlio very not piaiuy, in Alexander and ru
iuskl counties, belonging to tho Illinois Cen-
tr.d Kallroad company, tor tho sale of which
we aro tlio agents, will bo sold very low aud
on such easy terms that a person ol industri
ous habits, witJi a very small sum of ready
money, can in a few years become the
owner of a productive farm. Wo have
plats ami descriptions of all lands offered
lor sale and will tako pleasure In showing
purchaser the property. Titles to all lamia
nM by us guaranteed, and shown from the
patentee when reoulred by abstracts, Ap
ply to JOHN (. UAltMAN it CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Lcvco sts., Cairo, Ills.
Jllfo", 1S73.
I.AWYKHN,
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Olllco nvor First National bank. 3-l(l-3m
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Olllco over First Natloual bank. 3.163m
GREEN & GILBERT,
ATTORNKYb
COUNSKLORS AT LAW,
William 11. (treen, "I
William U. Ullbort, V
OAlltO, ILLbtOIB,
Miles r. Gilbert,
VHpeiul attantion gltea to A'alraltT tad
Siaaouwal buamusa.
0FII0K OHIO LBVK,HOOJ. 7 AMD 6 OTM
OITT NATIOMIt. HAWK.
John U. Mulkoy. Wlllam 0. Mulkey
MUI.KBY k SON,
ATTOItNEYS AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Otllce, rear rooms oyev lUnnon'n book
slore,
NO. 124 COUUKKUIAL AYUB,
lli tweeu HcveutU and KlgUUt Ut.
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