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PHYSICIANS.
A U ADGYMAH, m. D., PLyl-
cinn, Burgeon ana Accottcneur, lor
merly ol Anna, Union Co., Illinois haa pcrma.
mntly located in dir. OFFICE Commtrelr I
Avenue, between Sth and 9th Hireet Wrtnidt.
marchldly
I W. DUNNING, M. llen-
V lUKNCF.-Corner Ninth and Walnut
UFKICE-Corner Sixth Hireet and Ohio Uvea
OMCE HOUIW-From 9 .m. to It a., and
pm
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D
RESIDENCE No. 11, Thirteenth ree
elween Washington Avenue and Walnut Street
OPrCB.- Comerclal Aumif, iipafairs
HWARDNEK, M. D., Cairo
RBllDeNCE-Orn.r of Nineteenth
Si ;:?'?l0a 7Y.' "KNCE-On (fcmmerrl.
eve., over ihe Poitefflca OFFICE ;OUKH-
"TEAM BOATS.
MOUND CITY AND CAIRO.'
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Cit. William H. Sa.hdotkt.
WILL (III
FOUR TRIPS EVERY DAY
rrwKK
CAIEO -A-lTD jVTU. CITY
Lixvr. Cairo,
root or noarii araur.
At ? A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 r.u.
At 5 r.u.
Leave Md. Citt,
WAarOAr,
At....,
8.30 A.M.
11.30 A.M.
At...,
At...
At...
...... 2.30 r.U.
C.30 p.m.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
nor factort, hawk's laxdi.vo, it,
moctii or cache, marine with,
AND NATT TARD.
CAIRO and NASI! VILLK PACKETS
i The tallowing packet ere Ciro
FOR NASH VILLK,
on In day and at the hoiri below.nainee' :
TALISMAN,
Kverjr Monday at 5 p.m. j
TYRONE,
Eer Thursday, it 5 p.m.;
LUM8DKN,
Krrjr Saturday,. at t p.m.
For FrtlgM or PaMatj apply on board, or to
BIGGS 4c MALLORY,
la2t'Tllf 7J OHIO I.F.VEE.
CAIBO AND PADUCAH
RACKET.
DAILY
The beaotifuJ aad light-draught
teamer,
JAMES FISK, JR.,
DoMit (aaiir,. -Matter,
LEAVES CAIRO DAILY,
v i o'Lci, r.u. ;
LEAVES PADDCAH DAILY,
AT 9 O'CUXt, t.t.
VHain( superior aceommoditions she ao.
liclta public patronage.
"Particular attention la paid to col cl ion of
Invoice chorion, Nut the ton will not Xm rerpon.
iblefor the tarn- until collected.
MISCELLANEOUS.
FOUNTAIN .SCRUBBER.
Saves TI.MK, LABOR and MONEY
ITS ADVANTAGES
OVER OTHER ARTICLE IN USE FOR FLOOR
AND IIOVHE-CLEAXINO, ARE
lat It furnishes water and doea the acrubbing
and mopping at tho fame time.
ad It will doMta work In one-fourth of Die
lime required in Ihe ordinary way.
M It will do the work of the acrubbing bruh.
M, that eesl 73 cent each.
4tk-lt will tare the price ol Itaelf twice a year
In broom.
-It Will ttoiraiseeansi.
Ik-The rubber can be replace i for 15 cent".
TUs-Th bead fa malleable Iron, and will last
a lifedim.
Hk- If you with to uaea mop, or cloth, to dry
tli cornera, remove the tin, aad maorl your cloth,
and yoa Ipsve that additional adrantaf e.
EVERY PAMILyTsTORE, SALOON
HOTEL AND STEAMBOAT
SHOULD USE THEM.
I am prepared to furnish then by single dozen
r groat, on abort nolle. Addren
mrlUlm WM. HKMRT. Cairo, llli.
HOUSE MOVERS.
JJOU8E MOVING.
r Jamas Kennedy
HOUSE MOVtR AND BUILDER
la prepared to do all klndtef
MOVIE
HOME HAlfllHU
i mjiUto f Ever? ai-lUua
Oa the meat raaaoaabla terma. Ordera left ml lh.
raaidence of Mr. Kennedy, on Center aireet, next
door to In new arhool building, or addrti.ed to
the car ot P. O. Boi 41', o? it Bullrtln offlra,
wtlt rc-iy prompt anniioa. myati
JJ IIOVPT,
Practical Watchmaker
216 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
Cairo, : : : : Illinois
Alwfa n band floe itock of
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY ETC
jaT "articular attention giytn to repairing Fine
WaUlMi.
aTThe largtit itock of Qotit and Sllrer8pc
tlMihclty. asyTtUm
mt
"T"I7Airci An rnTTTi riTrnT
I -
- , -i
DUEV1TIKS.
-.Judged Pidgcon ntid Edion, of tho
i uluki County Court, woro In tho citv
yoitorday.
Chief of Pollco Myorg has procured a
patented hoc catcher, and rronoc to l'O
for all tho hogn n sight.
Who ! It that doci ntt llko mol:lnn
hotbiiculU for breakfast? Tho Fame
Cook itovo will takothem In flvo mlnute
time by tho watch. if
Mr. Wm. Glover, uun smith, at 32fi
Washington avenue, has called upon us to
regret that his nntnu did not anncar in
tho list of potttlonors to tho County Court
In favor of the Cairo and Vincennes Rail
road project
Hamilto.n'x lluchu und Dandelion, as
good an article aa Holmbold'e Ducbu and
for Uu monry, for snle at P. (J. Schuh's
drug store myJ4tf
Pollco Magistrate .Shunncsy reported
$17 (lncs collocteil for tho city during the
month of April, and Police MagUtrato
Urois f 101 during the samo month. In
.May Shanneisy collected 182 fines No
report from Ilrois.
Policeman Slioolian rnado twenty-six
arrests in -May; had 218 flnw aiiwed
agalnit theso ordinance-brcaken, and col
lected $80 of tho nmount. Out of tho LaN
ance of his birds he got cne hundred and
eight day's labor for the city.
Tho Sun hai hud n quarrel with tho
weather man who do:t tho meteroiogical
bosinKM of the government at this city.
Tho 6'in Is a flerco sheet. It knows noth
ing about discretion, and when it full on
a man, tho man it cruMicd instantly. To
morrowthe necessity having paucd it
will have a few words to say to the County
Court about the Cairo and Vincennes rail
road.
Pat. Fitzgerald, at hit Sample Rooms,
corner of Commercial avenue nnd Four
teenth street, is still selling all kinds of
most excellent liquors. Hu has Just re
ceived an excellent quality nf Escrow
Whisky, which he Invites all friends of our
railroad enterprise to coll and Uo. It isde
licioiu. If the railroad committee use this
liquor as an argument, Pat is luro the
Court will at onco melt into compliance
with the withes of the people. Don't for
get to take a drop or two of Fitzgerald's
Escrow Whisky
Helmiiold'h Extract Sarsaparilla is the
Great Blood Purifier; thoroughly cleanses
and renovate tho entire system, and read
ily enters into tho circulation of the
blood; after purging with HELM"
BOLD'S GRAPE PILLS, the foul hu
mors that have accumulated in tho system
for years. Both arc carefully prepared
according to the rules of Pharmacy and
Chemistry, and are thoroughly reliable.
A test of J0 years lm proved this. Try
them. jeCdifcwlw
Dm Yor EvrR' "No, I never," saw a
moro cozy and complete barber shop than
that of Anthony Ktchbacli, one door be-
ow the poit office. Tho room has been
newly papered, the floor newly covered
and the whole establishment put in first-
class order. Kschbach is one of the most
experienced, skillful and accommodating
barbers in the State, employs courteous
and expert assistants, and keeps just such
a shop as citizens and strangers will take
a solid satisfaction in patronizing.
mviMim
Great Excitement. Tho city has
been agitated during the past week on the
subject of the excellent St. Louis Beer,
Weiss Beer, Rhino Wine, and splendid
igars for sale at Charley Schoncmeycr'ii
saloon. His Weiss Beer is becoming a
popular drink his Rhino Wine, is the
beet in the city, his St. Louis Beer
always ico cool. The Egyptian Saloon is
located at tho corner of Tenth street and
Washington avenuo, where all lovers of
good things to drink should call.
Reliaiilk and Save. Dr. Henry's
Root and Plant Pills arc mild nnd pleas
ant In their operation, yot thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Being en
tirely vegetable, they can bo taken with
out regard to diet or business. They
arouse tho liver and sccrctivo organs into
healthy action, throwing ofT discaso with
out exhausting or dobilitatlng tho sys
tem. Try thorn and you will bo Satisfied.
Price 25 cents a box. bold by druggists
and dealers In medicine evorywhore. Pre
pared by tho Grafton Medicine Co., St.
Louis, Mo. myOdwGm
Take Notice. Time. Taule of tiie
llinois Central Railroad.-On and
aftor Sunday, May 14th, 1871, the follow
fug tlmo-table will govern the arrivul and
departure of passcngor trains at Cairo:
Depart Mail train, dally, 11:45 p.m.
V. ...... .l.ilv 'J-i.l n.m
Arrive Mail, daily 3:30 a.m.
Express, daily, except
Sunday 8.30 p.m.
Although tho regular St. Louis train is
taken off both train outof Cairo will have
through can for St. Louis, which will bo
taken through from Du Quoin by tho trains
on tho Bellovlllo road. Direct and close
connection will be made at Du Quoin, and
thero will bo no chanco of cars from
Ca ro to fat. Louis. The train leaving
Cairo at 11:46 p.m. will novo a throuch
sloeninir car for St. Louli. Th
of shipper is especlslly called to tho fact
that a Fruit Express train will leavo
uairo aaiiy, eaturaays excepted, and will
make tho run from this city to Chicago In
iwoniy-iwo nours.
JAS. JOHNSON, Agent.
Flour. Choice Family Flour In. bbl
half bbls., sacks Ac, for salo at tho Egyp
tian jams. au
AX IMPORTANT ORDER.
FVI.ASICI COl'XTT A.VO Till? CAIUO
Ansa IAtl...K1 II A 1 1. HO AD.
Prompt and VIe A lion In ferorrncc
lit tlie Kaerotv l'roiuillln.
A Model Order of a Model Court.
Tho County Court of Pulaski county It
composed of gentlemen who nro Democrats
In fact at well as In name; and who, there
fore, knowing tho will of tho pcoplo who
elected them, throw no obstlclcs in the
way of tho will, but obey It
with clacrity. "When they learned
from The Bulletin that Gen. Burn-
sido had rnado tho escrow pron
ation, they immediately agreed to accept
It. This prompt action Is commendable,
it proves that Pulaski county has n court
at onco Intelligent nnd public spirited
tho servants and not the masters of the
people. Tho order Is as follows:
Whereat. Horotofore. to-wlt: on tho
Mil day of November, 1807 tho nrotrail-
tlon to subscrlbo $100,000 to tho capital
stock of tho Cairo nnd Vlnconnes Railroad
Company was duly submitted and ap
proved by a majority of thoqualifld voters
of Pulaski county, nnd tho court duly atu
thorized to subsribo for said steck, and
H7icrra, heretofore, to-wlt, on tho 2d
day of December, A. D, 18C7 tho County
Court of said county, for, and on behalf of
said county, rnado nnd entered into an
executory contract for tho salo of said
stock for a valuable consideration, and
the performance of cortain condition! on
tho part of said company;
And rrta, The timo for the per
forming of tho several matters therein
stipulated to be done by said company has
expired,
And Whtrtai, Tho said company are
still wlllinc to execute and. fulfill laid
contract on their part,
And Whereat, 1 ho said company in con
sideration of further time being given for
tho construction of said railroad, propose
and agrco that said bonds shall not bo de
liverer, or interest oegin to run until a
trnin of cars shall pais over said road from
Cairo to Vinccnncs,
And Whereat, It is highly desirable
and to the interest of the people of said
connty tht said Cairo and Vinccnncs
Railroad be built as speedily as possible,
Therefore. And nun the condition that
the counties of Johnson, Saline, White,
and the city of Cairo shall content ana
agreo to a like extension of time under
the contract between said counties respect
ively, and tho C. & V. R. R. Co. for the
sale of the stock , and on the further
condition that work shall be, in good faith,
resumed or. said road within six months
from this date,
He, and t is hereby ordered and agreed.
That the county will, within sixty days
ufter the resumption of work, as aforesaid.
on said road, execute and deliver to, and
lace in the nanus ot a responsible trusteo
i the Citv of New York, the bonds of
said county of tho denomination, kind and
number described in said contract for the
sale of stock to said company, to bo held
and disposed of as rollows :
Tho said bonds shall be delivered by
said trustee to the President or other duly
authorized scent of tho said Cairo and
Vincenncs Railroad Company after n
train of cars shall pais over said road
from Cairo to Vincenncs.
Provided, hoteeter. That tho delivery of
said bonds to said company shall be made
only upon tho express condition that a
train of cars shall pass over tho lino of
said rail rod from Cairo to Yincennes
within two (2) years from nnd nftcr tho
delivery of said bonds to said trustee ; and
and if a train shall not pa.s over said roud
within tho time above limited, then, and
in that case, the said trusteo shall re-de-liver
the said bonds to the County Judge
of said county, or to any duly authorized
agent of said county,
lntf it it further ttipulated, That in
tho event of tno completion of said road
v. itiiin tho time limited, that the delivery
of said bonds to said company shall be
under the contract for the sale of stock,
and in compliance with the terms thereof,
and shall be deemed and taken as a full
compliance on the part of Pulaski county
with the terms of Paid contract for the
pale of stock to said Cairo nnd Vincenncs
Railroad Company.
First Peecues. On last Monday 31r.
Harnlsh shipped to Chicago from Villa
Ridge n crnte of peaches tho first of tho
eason.
m
A vaunt, Indiqestio.v. Tho Chartor
Oak Stove is the most interesting and im
portant featuro in the family economy;
for it fills tho house with warmth tho ta
ll o with good cheer, and prevents that
dreary aspect and indigestible meals that
bring sourness of temper, discomfort and
dissatisfaction. JeGd&wlw
True. Thero can bo no doubt that
Baugh is, par excellence, tho boot and
hocmaker of Cairo. Ho challenges com
petition in his trade, and atsures tho pub
lic that ho will guaranteo to his c.t.'tomers
satisfaction. His shop Is on Eighth street
near the cornur of Ohio Lovco. tf
St. Nicholas. Day boarders can s(-
euro good accommodations atthoSt. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. James) at $1 per
week. Tho house is at tho corner of Ohio
loveo and Eighth street, a central location,
and Is propriotorcd by Hnriy Walker,
who is nllvo to the wants of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding and lodging can
learn torms on Inquiry at the office.
may3dtr
I do not blow as other barbers do,
Nor keep myraiora like King Williams wrd
llecauae his sword, aa all mint know,
Though handled well, wa rough.
I keep my rainrx sharp and keen,
And Cups and Towels always clean,
rorfuintry, too, of all the brands,
That's made in ttil or foreigh Inml,
Then for clean shaylnjr pleaao tn atop
AT IHMKIi LAMI'HEKT'S HAUllElt SHOP.
Oh Ohio Levee, at 91,
l w here such work la ucally uono
myliMlm
A ('nun Guaranteed. Kress' Fever
Tonio is unlvorsally recognized as tho best
medicine extant ror me curse oi iuvor.
Tt la far min v P. G. Schuh. drucclst,
two doors south of tho postofBce, and ho
guarantees ill who buy from him that It
will euro chills and fevers. If it does not
euro Mr. Schuh agrees to roturn tho
monoy. Can anything bo fairer than
may-hi
BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
Regular meeting of tho Board of Alder
men, held at tho Council Chamber, In tho
city of Cairo, on Tuesday evening, Juno 0,
1871.
Tho Chairman being nbent, on motion
of Alderman Swayno, Alderman Stratton
was called to tho chair.
Tho roil was called with tho following
result: Present Aldermen Budor, Cun
ningham, Metcalf, Seaso, Stratton, S wayno
Walder and Winter 8.
Abjcnt Aldermen Carroll, Fitzgerald,
Kleb and Rcardcn 4.
On motion of Alderman Cunningham
tho rending of tho journal wn dispensed
with.
MILLS.
The Printing Committee, to whom were
referred ,tho following bills, reported tho
samo back recommending payment. Pay
ment of tho samo being also recommend
ed by tho Commlttoo on Claim, Aldermen
Swayno moved that said bills be allowed
Carried a follow :
Ayes Ruder, Cunningham, Motoalf,
Sease, Stratton, Swayne, Walder and Win-
tcr 8.
Nay 0.
Jno. II. Obcrly & Co., publishing
Council proceedings to April 1,
making Assessor's book, etc... $
83 c:
mo. it. uoony v t,'o publishing
Council proceedings for April
and May, printing blanks, ad
vertising, etc
Jos. B. Taylor. Citv Treasurer.
117 00
bal. due on amount paid for pub
lishing delinquent tax lilt U2 70
ordinances.
Upon its second reading: An ordinanco
ectlllcd an ordinanco to rcgulato tho du
ties of tho Chief of Police and Polico
Constables."
Alderman Winter moved to adopt. Car
ried as follows; ayes Metcalf. Sease.
Stratton, Swayne, Walder and Winter 0.
Nays Buder and Cunningham 2.
Upon it second reading : "An ordinanco
to amend ordinanco No. 4'J, and for other
purposes.
Aid. Buder moved to table. Lost bv
the following vote: Ayes Buder and
Metcalf 2. Nays Cunlngham, Sease.
Stratton, Swayne, Walder nnd Winter 0.
AldcrmaU Winter moved to lay over
said ordinance until the next regular meet
ing of the Board. Carried.
Upon its second rending: "An ordin
ance to amend section 280 of an ordinanco
to adopt tho ordinances of the city of Cairo
as revised and codified."
Alderman Cunningham moved to adopt.
Carried as follows: Ayes Buder,
Cunningham, Metcalf, Seaso Stratton,
Swnync, Walder and Winter 8. Nays
0.
Upon its second reading : '-An ordin
ance to amend ordinance No. W
Alderman Winter moved to table.
Carried, the ayes and nays thereon being
as follows; Ayes Buder, Cunlngham,
Metcalf Stratton, Swayne, Walder and
Winter 7. Nays Sease, 1.
Upon it second reading; "An ordin
ance to prevent tho runuing at largo of
cows and goats and for other purposes."
Aldcrmnn Metcalf moved to strike out nil
of said ordinanco except tho 3d section.
Tho motion was declared lost by the fol
lowing voto: Ayes, Buder, Metcalf,
Stratton and Walder, 4 ; Nays, Cunning
ham, sense, b wayno und intor, 4.
Alderman Swayno mcved to refer suid
ordinanco to the Ordinanco Commitlco
for amendment. Carried.
Upon its second reading, "An ordinanco
authorizing stay of execution in certain
cases."
Alderman Wuldcr moved to adopt
Carried as follows: Ayes, Buder, Cun
ningham, Metcalf, Sease, Stratton, Wnl
dcr and Winter, 7; nays, Swayne, 1.
Upon its becond reading, "An ordi
nance to amend ordinanco No. 29."
AldermanaCunningbam moved to adopt.
Carried by tho following vote: Ayes,
Cunningham, Metcalf, Seaso, Stratton,
Swayne and Winter, C; nays, Buder and
Walder, 2
Alderman Cunningham moved that a
committee of threo be appointed to con
fer with tho Fames Hub company towards
disposing of tho large shift In the 10th
street pump. Withdrawn.
Alderman Cunningham then moved to
refer to tho Drainago Committee, with
power to sell. Carried as follows: Ayes,
Buder, Cunningham, Metcalf, Sease; Strat
ton, Swayne, Walder and Winter; nays, 0.
On motion of Alderman Buder tho
Board adjourned.
M. J. HOWLEY.
City Clerk.
A sallow or yellow color of skin, or yel
lowish brown spots on fuco und other
parts of body; dullness und drowsiness
with frequent hcadacho, dizziness, bitter
or bad tasto in mouth, dryness of throat
anl internal heat; palpitation, In many
cases ndry teasing cough, with sore throat,
unsteady appetite, raising of food, choking
sensation in throat; heaviness, or bloated
or full feoling about stomach and sides,
pain in sides, buck or breast, and about
shoulders; colic pain nnd soreness
through bowels, with heat, constipation
alternating with frequent attacks of diar
rhea; piles, rlutuleuco, nervousness, cold
ness of cxtromltles ; rush of blood to
head, with symptoms of appoplexy, numb
ness of limbs, especially at night; cold
chills alternating with hot Hashes, kidnoy
and urinary dimcultles; femalo woakness,
dullness, low tolriu. unsociability and
cloomy forobodlncs. Only few of
nooYo symptoms likely to do present in
any caso at one time. All who use Dr.
Pierce's Alt. Ext. or Golden Medical Dis
covory for Liver Complaint and its Com
plications, nro loud in its praise. Sold by
all Art-class druggists. S07 jo7wlt
MAnuiAQK Guide. Interesting work,
numorous cnL-ravlnus. 224 pagoi. Prlco
60 cents. Addresi Dr. Butts' Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis,
Mo. Sco Advortisomont.
ATI'ENTIOX, COMMITTEE I
The Committoo on Prestation of tho
petition ot tno peopio to tho County Court,
In behalf of tho Cairo and Vinccnncs rail
1 road, will meet at the Council Chamber this
morning at 10 o'ch ck, for tl o purposo of
! proceeding In a body before the County
i Court to hear tho decision of that body in
referenco to tho question of complying
with tho wishes of a majority of tho voters
of tho county as expressed in tho petition
nbovo referred to.
Our ToiiAfco Market. Tobacco sup
plies, onoof tho few comforts by which
men who llvo by their hands solaco them
solves under Incessant hardships, whilo tho
quality gives rolicf to tho excited brain of
thoto who depend upon Intellectual labor.
Tho salo of tobacco, as wo said In a former
report, is ropidly on tho Increase, henco
tho necessity of homo markets to supply
moro easily and rapidly tho growing de
mand for the great staple. Our salo on
last Friday was beyond a precedent. The
sale In tho forenoon was kept up.wlth adc
greo or animation rarely evinced on such
occasions until the usual hour for closing,
wan ;a.M ism, when It was ascertained
that as much tobacco had arrived during
tho salo as had been sold, nnd It was found
necessary to resume tho sales at 2 p. tn,
and continue until half past four p. in.,
when tho last package was knocked down,
leaving tho buyers eager for more.
Most of tho offerings were taken for tho
French and German markets direct. Ten
hhds. brights were taken on nn order from
tho East at an advance over former rates.
Tho rcsiduo was taken up by local manu
facturers and agents. Prices nro very fine
nnd market active, and we quote as follows:
HI. Lugs $ 4 .10 to r, 00
Ky. Lugs 4 CO to
111. Low Leaf 6 00 to
Ky. Low Leaf 5 76 to
6 10
0 30
G 56
8 00
8 25
10 25
III. Good Leaf C 70 t?
Ky. Good Leaf 7 00 to
Bright Piebald 10 00 to
PARTICULAR NOTICES.
To lliear the Attention of Ihe Public
In iieclally Invited.
Alba't. The barber shop of Win. Alba,
on Commercial avenue, near tho corner of
Eighth streot, is tho place to which all
lovers of a good, closo shavo with razors
sharper than the wit ol twenty Jerrolds,
wind their way. tf
Heats. Tho orancn meatshop of Jnmcs
Kynaston, located on Commercial avenue,
next door to tho grocery storo of James
Carroll, is now in full blast, nnd this pop
ular butcher is supplying nil tho refined
meat caters of that portion of tho Fourth
Ward with splendid meat. If you havo
not tried him give him a call. . if
Hhne't. Hime, at tho old stand, on
Sixth street, near Ohio levee, is conduct
ing his barber shop In n first-class style.
It is n model establishment In every par
ticular, and whilo in his charge all its cus
tomers will receive courteous attention,
and tho benefit of excellent workmnnrhlp.
Hair cutting, shuving, shampooing, cte.
my2tf
EXCELSIOR SALOON.
Corner Wmlilng-ton Airnne and Four,
teen III airrel.
Fred. Dla-.ikcnburg's saloon 'Is newly
nnd elegantly fitted up and supplied with
tho finest wines, liquors, beer, clgiirs, etc.,
that can bo found in tho city; nnd Fred,
has no superior ns n dispenser of delightful
beverages. Do not forget tho place, cor
ner 14th street nnd Washington avenue.
FOR RENT.
The house heretofore occupied by Pat
rick Fitzgerald, on Ohio Lovco between
Fourth nnd Sixth streets. This house, if
not the best business house is certainly
one of the best stands In Cairo. It fronts
tho principal steamboat landing and is
near tho Illinois Central railroad depot.
Also the second floor of tho same building
suitably arranged for offices. Apply next
door at Robert Smyth & Go's, wholcsnlo
grocery More. tf
iNsuniNti. Mr. O. P. Lyon, tho Insur
ance agent, is now absent front tho city on
an insuring expedition at Charleston, Mo.,
and surrounding country. Mr. Lyon is
an enterprising agent, and represents com
panies ns sound as a silver dollar. Wo
hopo O. P. may succeed in insuring ovory
houso in Mississippi county.
Tm: Fenton Corn 31 ill. This estab
lishment, corner of Commercial avenue
and Twentieth street, is now in chargo of
Mr. Jf. D. Gunter, who having purchased
and thoroughly refitted it, invites tho at
tention of the public to tho fact that he Is
now prepared to furnish dealers nnd fami
lies with tho very best article of corn mcnl.
Orders left at tliu mill or sent through tho
postolllco will receive prompt attention.
tf
a i i i 4 i ii
A Card. Wc, tho undersigned, wish
to tender our thanks to tho Continental
Insuranco Company, of New York and
to their agent in this city, Mr. O. P. Lyon,
for tho prompt settlement nnd payment of
our losses in the Into flro which destroyed
our dwellings. THOS. MEEHAN,
MaRIA J.McGINNIS
Cairo, Ills., May Ctb, 1811.
For Sale. Tho store-house on tho cor
ner of Tenth and Walnut strcotr, and also
tho stock of groceries therein, uro offered
for salo togethor or separately. Also, a
good buggy and harness will bo sold on
private terms. Apply for particular on
tho premises. BEN. F. ECHOLS.
ju7tf
Infants. Tho most irritable and rest
logs of theso tender littlo household buds,
are charmed s it were In qulot and sweet
roposo by using Mrs. Whltcomb's Syrup.
Jn7d4wlw
Keep cool. Refrigerator?, ico chests
water coolers, I X L ico cream freotcr
bath tub, japanned cloth for window
screen, etc., etc., at
BEER WART. ORTII & CO.S,
"lyletf 13CCom. Ave.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Qvntual iroLsi;,
Otli Street, hot. Commercial nml Wash
ingtou mem, f.M,
'Oppovte Po.toffi. e)
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS.
ThU hotiao has been thoroughly oyer-hauled re.
furnished and rcnoyatH, an i ii now open fi,' 'un
reception of gneata. The room are all
well vent Hated, and furniture new. Watch r,!
night and day. Termi roa-onable. p
. MtW ,,AFK-SKV, Proprietre...
JEGAL KXTJEUPKISE.
$100,000
GIFT FESTIVAL
IS AID OF A PUHMfJ LIBRA It V
AT
OMAHA NEBRASKA
Oflfl.Y 00,000 TICltl'.TH I.V A 1. 1..
June :!011i, 1871,
Tickets Two Hollar.. r.nci-IMlir One
""SThla euterpno will bo conducted In a pre-
clselr mnl
.'v,T. ""'" manner 10 mainline, late (Iraml
..in iiuiti oi mi .mercantile Library A"oci.
tl.tn.nrH.n P..n.i.nu tv.ll. ....... . l. . .
satisfaction.
OneCliancRlii Krrry Tlilrty-Klcli t.
1 Caah (ill!
.. 120,1 r)
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1 Cah (iltt ..,
1 Cash fit ft
1 Cash (litt
3.
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1 Cah Oin
1 Caah ('if,
, 2,WJ
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I UllMI dirt ,
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1 Canh (lilt.....
1 Ciih (lilt
1 Caah Oift
t Ca.h (lift
15 Cftdh (liftn, f vki end
10 (.'jeh (iifte, itw eaon ,
J) Cnh Olfte, leu each ,
It) Ca.li Oift., at each
1U) Cash fllfta, 30 each
IW Caih'iiltn, 2.1 each
lllCan (ilfia, ID each
llMJCa.h Olfte, 5 each...-.
. l.oor.
. I.ikii
. T..MM
. 2,l)
, 2,li)
. :i,ii
, S.Siaj
lll.ix;
, 6,
2310 Gifts, amounting to 1IiV"jU
Which will bo di.tributed by chnncoamonjf the
ticket holder, by llio Mutual Aid Aoclatlon ill
Omaha
Rsriatx-ra M. K. Rrock, U.. Mar.hal'i. nflW,
Omaha: Kdfiar Zibnskie, laio Union Pacific Kail
road office, Omaha; J. Turner, Deputy V. 8. .Mar
eha, Omaha; J. Ioyle, Postotllce, Omaha, JS'eb.
ude A. L. Haryer, Jlairnolla, Illn.
fiond reiponsiblc amenta wanted. Liberal com
mi"ion allowed. Kor full particulars addre?,
LTFOKO A CO., Huainest Manager.
Omaha. Nehra.ka
BOAT-STORES.
QAM WILSON.
DF.AI.EIl IN
BOAT STORES
GROCERIES.
..axd
Provisions
110 OHIO LEVEE,
Cnlro. lllriotwi.
JTAND rORTIIE LANDLESS
Homes for the Homeless
XLYfll l!.')Pi;UA( Ki;
FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS.
tiki t:ic caci or the
I.EAVKNWOIITII,
liAWKESfCE AMI
UALVEXTO.V It. It. LINK,
' ' "ill ICanaaa Itvnn.l rlull
i i Country.
The Garden Spot of Kansas.
riowsm
STEAMSHIP COMPANIES.
ML AN LIXE.
I.IVKIll'OOL, T.W 10IIK AMI IMIII.IDKI.PIIIA
Steamship Company,
Under contract with the United States and llritlsh
Onvernments for carrying tho malU.
For Pai-ane Tickeia or further Information
PpIV to JOII. (1. I'ALr., Aitent. 15 Uroadway,
MewToilc, or to II, IIOIU'T,
'.'Is Washington avenue, Cairo, Ills.
mv9J3m
jfMIGKA-VT
TICKETS F0R SALE
FA UK From vrrpool, Londonderry
UlnnRotv or lliipeurtlowli Co Cairo
IS 'JO.
Nuli'ortl, StorrU &, C'lindco. Ak1'
W
rAXTEl), AGENTS,
bevcnty.flve to two hundred dollari per month
eyeiywlicre, malu and (cinulo, to introduco the
(lenulno Improved Common !-eno Family Sou Inii
Machine. Thla madilr.tt will Mtitch, hem, fell,
tuck, bind, btald, cord, iiillt and emhroldur In a
mot superior manner. Price only 013. Fully
wairanted for five years. Wawlll ,,ay 11,000 for
any machine that a ill sew nitrouer, more beau
tiful or morn .alii bi'iuii thanonra. It makea tho
Kl.ietio I,nca Stitch." Kvery second atitclican
U tut, and Mill the cloth cannot ho pulled apart
Hithoul tearing It, Wu pay agent 871 to (Jul per
month and expnt, orucommUaion from which
twice that amount can be made, For circular
a'.id term, apply to or addreux,
o. notrais 4 co.,
WiSpruee Hireet, Philadelphia, Pa.
rauriox. Do not be impoaed upon by other
pintle pImlUKe.il worthier caat iron mauhlnea
under the same name or olhem Inc. Oura la the
only genuine anil really practical cheap machlno
manufactured. apriildam
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
yyoOD AND COAL.
Is prepared to dehrcr the beat
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
In any part of th city, in an quantity deaued,
nn ah'ort notice.
, Coal Oollvcrcd at ?t 50 Per Ton.
OFFICK-Over lleerwart, Orth A Co.'h stoyo
itoie, two door ahoye. the corner of Eighth street
and Commercial ayenue. deDito
INSURANCE.
Jloer.a,
J'utary tur,.ic
II. If rnde
Notary inblit and 0
INSURE!
FIRE
HULL
CARGO
LIVE STOCK
ACCIDENT
LIFE
Insurance
wv.imui inner.
iE TN A, HARTFORD,
AhsuIh : 93,510,504 OT
AOUTJI AMERICA, PA.,
AsuclM 'J,7M,
HARTFORD, CONN.,
Ai-cf 2,511.210 7'J
I'JKE.VIA'. HARTFORD.
AHHctn J,GM,M8 NO
INTERNATIONAL. N. Y
AhmcI 1.333..108 17
PUTNAM, HARTFORD.
A vct4 706,037 73
CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND,
AfriciH 515.073 8
iiom:, coi.iJ.HHU8,
Amct 5I5.27R 31
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
AhhcIh 50O.O0O 00
CONN. MUTUAL LIFE,
AmhcIo 30,000,000 OO
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD,
LIFE V ACCIDENT,
Axst'ln 1,500,000 00
RAILWAV PASSKXGERN AN-
SCRANCE CO., HART.,
Anm-N 500.000 00
INDEPENDENT, RONTON,
Ahic'1", 030,862 08
Safford, Morris & Candee
71 OIETO IiEVJEE
City .National Bank,
Cairo. 111.
JpiIRi: AND MARINE
INSURANCE
C'OJlI'AXIFJi
IVingrai'a, IV. Y. 5
AHNF.T8 91,l30,aio a
Gcrmania, IN". Y. ;
ASNETN $1,008,631 7
Hanover, IV. Y,
ANSETH - Ta0,7oa
K.epiil)lic, IV. Y. ;
A8HKT3 . 71,9:M 00
Coinprlalitf; llio L'ndervrrltera'Ar
Yonkers, IV. Y. ;
'AhSF.T.S H7H,I6 IB
Albany City;
ANNKT8 -..$133,103
Firem'n'h Fund.S.B'.
Assirrs ..81178,00 oo
Security, IV. Y. ; Marine
AN.NKT.N tl.lSiS HB 00
tJT-Storei, f)ellin(!, Furniture, Hull an
LarKOeK.ln,ured at rates a. farorabla a ouad
permanent security will warrant
I respectfully auk ol the citizen ol Cairo,
share of their patronage.
C. N. IIUGHE8.
Office at Flrt National .Bank
JNTEICE.ST PAYING PLAlN: ,
A now nnd novel ryutem of Life Inauranca tti
ccntly Introduced by the
MISSOURI MUTU&LL1 FE
OF ST. I.OtlS.
lly thi system, Llle Imuranceis furnished at
as littlncost n by the usual plana, and tho pol.
Icy hoi lor receives an annual Interest 01 leyea
per cent, upon all tho money paid by him to the.
Company ; hla annual premiums thus earning
him a, much a, a government lond.
Tho plan ha, Iwtn thoroughly criticised and
fully indoned by the mo,t eminent actuariea
and skillful mathematicians Intlwlandi Indeed
it haa not yet bren the subject of unfavoratia
mention In any respectable quarter.
OFFICE OP THE" COMPANY:
Xorllnrcst cor. Fonrth & Ollro Sti.
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
ARTHUR U. OARRETT, President
De.vj. William.", Secretary.
THE
IMHSSOTTK,! UlWETTJTj
Ranks high In the list ol sound, thrifty Westerc
I.ifo Companies,
It ha am plo capital SlSJ.CnO.
Itha,act mure than enough to cover alius
liabilities In nddllioj tr.the'apiial.
It ha, ono hundred thousand dollars deposited
with thuHt.itoof Miaiouri ' a perpetual KUar
anteo toll, policy holdem.
It haa complied fully with Ihe new lawsot (tin
Slate, hich are quite a ending and more rigid,
ly enforced than lliomcf tiatern mate.
It Inveat, its funds in the West, among tba
pcoplo frum whom they are received.
It manasemtnt laigorou, akillful and pru
dent. its annual Income from the Intereat alone M
already more limn uthcleiil to pay It losses.
It iatues policies upon tho ordinary Ufa auden.
dowmcnt plans, at the samo rata a other nrtt
tlasacom panics.
The policy holder receive all the profit In an.
nualdiildenda.
The stock holders can receive only tea per
real, of Intereat on their capital, by the term a: '
The annual dividend topolloy holder are al,
ready greater than many old Kaslern Compantea
have ever been able to pay.
TheStateof Illinois paid last year about Wlir
inl'llon dollars for Ufo luauranci
Why eud o much money out of the Btale
avlaytoelyork nn 1 New Kogland for an atttclo
thai may bo produced lust a cheap'v (ormore o
nt homu? , .
MOOD ALOW.
aprfridawtt Ageuu tat Cairo.
IUNINI.SS CAHD8,
.DILI. HIUDS, '
. n
MILLS ULBIKO,
LKTIKBinUW

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