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Judical 1'MeneTiMAi.o L'tu.-liaehu leaves
riit 1 1 ri nirv i In An
They are given In complaints of llio Uiinsrj-
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umuiuiii. 1'iiiiuvrii iii t iiiud. in n iniiiiitrrK.
II. T. IIKI.MllOI.il.
, From the Dioiary of the United States.
DIOS.MA CIlll.VATA-lllCIIL- LEAVEN. '
reoriTlu. Their odor is strvnir. dlthilve anl imnxlm
HlLMftOLD KXTIACT UrCITr m I)lIirHirft.n4 l!loal.llirrini. .iml .Mir all ilUattAa 4iiitn
lcrili tmptoms Id ill communication.
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
UE UIIKAT ilUVUD I'UKIilEU AM)
iir.i.nnoi.i's i:riiACT sailsapakii.i.a
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Hih. Tettr, liumora ofUklnU, Oron'c
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hn ftn v nlhar HiPLlimntli Zt ..lt,..lU .(...
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trlituK Irotn an impur nuti of the tfood, ftnl the only rvlinble ellwual hntnm 'lvm
T for th curof palnnd hwdliDa: of the llonf, L'lcerMion of the Throat nri Lrui. Hlotches.
iiii'ir uu hid rKr. iiriaiueuLt. biiu kji rt-iir iruiunin m m n. kti.i niitti rinir iha i '.mh .
HEXjVEBOIilD'S CATAWBA GBA3PE PILL3.
ica or AierTous Jiea'iacm. Jaunuicr, inuirenuun.
Th OATAWHA GRAPH l'ILLJftr purely rrtftahtc. belnir cointKwi of CitAwbatniDa Jnlc and
IHiu uai Ju Ultl (y
ltwme of Ihoae chttp iAtcr.t I1, carlirljr
A. JL illili.'llJUJII-'i J JUWlll.ll .11JU .&IIUI
nnu 1U couth lentil fct., J'hiladclpliia, l'a. bold by Urugiatri, everywhere.
i.ii:i: i.sriiA.t e.
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA;
UE MOST Sl'CCESSrCL I.1FK INHUHANCK
Amount or Foucici is Force Dec. 31,
Total Ihcome to Same Date, -
Net iNCREAbE of Kiskb i.v Force, 1870,
he Inrscat Krt Increase ilurlnt,- 1 year 1STO of nuy t'ompnny Invito M'orlil.
Gross Increase of F.isks in Force, 1870, .... $30,327,730 00
Only Iwo Compwiiei In tlio world exceed tlil grots Increase during 1870.
E.NTs J.N KACil (jTATU, iii proportion lo its
Th only Company which, ly Itt charter, giu-i
OME IIOAKUO DIIIECTOR3.
im unir tAiiiiimur winrii irunriiiipp. n I'linriiTt i riK ii. 111.J urini'imo ni i.jv;al. livivsi
O-BITEBAL OFFICE, ST. XOXJIS, 2vCO.
JAMES II. imiTTON, Ficiidcnt.
Henry Vf. IIpuqutl.yico Froslden.
"Wm. IIanlby, Secretary.
C. F. UuKNEs, Attorney.
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SOUTIIKltN ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT.
K. F. Durlinquam, Mnnugcr.
CAIEO BEAITGH BOABD.
lunun.us um.cu uriiiiiiiivii noni or conirl
P. W. Barclay,
H. W. "Yedh,
H. II. Oandee,
J. M. Phillips,
It. S. liRIOIIAM,
Paul O. Schuh.
Ltaro our Klc nnd 1'lniiH licfuro
Oari. L. Thomas,
CLOSISsTO- OUT JiJF COST ! ' '
Tlie piiMlo nrn hereby notified that the Iprgo and inKgilliccrit atuok of i
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, (JAPS, NOTIONS, ETC,','
Uelonsing to the culnlo of tlio Into
WILL UK SOLD AT COST
.T THE OLD STAND, CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OniO LEVEE
caibo, - - -
. .. ... . . I'UI IIVI fi f UIL
aregently .tlmiiUn', with peculiar tendency lo
Organs, such as Gravel, chronic C.Lrrh 11.
si. .. i ti :..i
juuuiu j wj e u in u ni . ijuianroii Anecnoni ind
from tit,? of IS to M, ui I from i'i to W. or
nrl .v.rf llnai 1 La.I 1 1 .t il l. "
Uucliu i utiCMHillci hy any other remedy. in
v vufi'Juiii; ll rw UNMUIJ'i UlVcIal ru U fX. II I J
IuopaiciL Silliji. Thl medicine lucrfM
rf rruiirrj. an wr i-faki nnn nnimmii nn .
ofDlfthlfB la whichlthki ben jrlfrn. Irrlla-
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IIKAUTIVIKU OK Til K gOMl'LrX10S.
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ithf uinalisin, iy(rilR, n-l All dinoaei that hire
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n ( nat UU'I lii;tllll I'Uiur, IUU fPllUlPI I HO p
VKiniiiimion. i;i Hnt iti a. llillouiifi. loiter Com.
ntdvl-ir'it iik l aIirlA. U
rrtnrot by inrxpr rn-ncul prtkoni, vrmlr-J In
EilnMuhe I UrrJ of Hi yeiri. I'rcp.reJ Ij
llUUi V llUJllini, Utlt IHUilUIIUj, l . x,
CORroKATlUN OK THE SAME AOE IK
TO AHS0R1J PROFILS.
- 3.074.788 80
I'remlutm or Ho-Iniurance Fund.
PACII STATE A RCrRKSENTATlVE IN THE
Felix Corte, Supt. Missouri Dept.
John N. I'ritchard, Treaiurer.
K. I. Lemoi.ve, M. D.. Med. Ofllcer.
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nu.uuj irunrance eaen. in ino u lie aiiociai on
.Toil II II. OlIXRLY,
T. J. KERTn,
AV. S. ED30N.
you Iuauro u nuy oilier Couipnuy.
W. 11. Kerney.
MHN. NCOTT WHITE.
rillTT? TJTTT T 1?rnTXT
ltror(rd mpcclnlljr for the Cnlro Bill
Irtln. Ten hotsr In mlvwnre of N(.
I.oiUa paper. . .
, PLEASANTON'S APPOINTEES
OF PATRONAGEJBY THE
TirB TRIBUNE ON TI1E NEW
i DEPREDATIONS ON THE TEX
LIFE ASSURANCE AMONG THE
BINrw York, Aug. 17. The vacancy
created In the custoni-liouto inspectorship
by tbo death ofC'oloncl John McLood Mur
phy hai noV been filled by the appoint
ment of the widow of dcceaicd, in liorcto
foro reported. The placo hu teen given
to ii country politician, nolwithitnnding
the wiihes of tbo Pfuldent for Mri. Mur
phy'l appointment. It is laid that Colo
mil Murphy declared that Collector Mur
phy was unfit for liii position, and that the
Collector Is opposed to Mn. Murphy on
The heat yesterday and to-dny was ox
cctiire. Several cases of sunstroke nro
tlkasanton's appointees dismissed.
The mbordinato internal revenue of
ficials appointed by Plcusanton in this
city and Brooklyn am fast beinrVemoved,
both at the instanco of tho deputy at
Waibington and local officers here. Ap
plicant to whom places vroro denied by
Pleasanton, are now making a rush on tbo
appointing powers for the positions.
Six hundred thousand baskets and
crates of Delaware peaches wero eold in
the New-York market during the past
week! The crop this year is enormous,
and tbu fruit never better in sizo and fla
vor. The crop of Long Island is also the
most plentiful ever known. Fruit is rot
ting on tho dealer's hands.
TUE HEBREW ORDER
of Reiner SbolbaigoUield a meeting yes-
iieruay evening, wuicn was auenaea by
representatives from all parts of tho coun
try. Tbo question of life Insuranco was
discuiaod. Itwas agreed to instituto into
,tho order a plan "by which tho furaily of
each member, at his death, should receive
$1000, to bo' raised "by equal assessments
on all members residing in the district in
which ho had lived,
STATEN ISliAND DESERTED.
Stntcn Island has lost nearly all its Sun
day picaiuro icckeri, through the ferry
disaster. There nro few visitors weok
days, and a falling off on Sundays.
hai now becomo tho groat Sunday resort,
over 65,000 persons having visited that
placcjon Sunday last.
THE TftlllUNE ON THE NEW ORLEANSTROU
ULErt. The.Tribune, yesterday, in an articlo
upon the republican convention.,at,Npw
Orleans, lays that every republican' miiit
feel ind ignant at luch indecent and wanton
perversion of authority as that which re
lulted in the organization of two conven
tions at NoWiOrldans. To calllho conven
tion in tho United State court-room in the
custom-houso building, was n gross politi
cal outrago, unprecedented in tho history
of tho country.
SUIT AOAINBT THE CITY
J. B. Cornell, through hii counsel, moved
to-day, in tho supreme court, before Judge
Sutherland, for a mandamus to compel tho
commlnionor of tho now court-houso to is
sue a requisition upon tho comptroller for
uio payment oi 3j,izi, aue on a bill for
iron won:, at tbo now court-houso, by tho
firm of J. B. & W. W. Cornoll, during the
years 18C3 and 1809.
DErREDATIONU ON THE TEXAS FRONTIER.
Tho iccrctary of tho interior has re
ceived from tho war department extracts
from a letter of tbo commanding general
of tho department of Texas, in rotation to
tho removal of tho Kickapoo Indians now'
in Mexico. IIo lays they have boen" re
tained in Mexico by bribes of money and
goods as set forth in tho report of tho
agent,' Mills. The depredations on livo
stock conlinua unabated. Tho marau
dors with tholr stolon stock have been
traced tlmo and again to tho Rio Grande,
and ho is reliably informod that parties
in pursuit can often tco from, tbo
north sido of tho river 'tholr stock in
possession of other parties, collect
ed in convenient droves on the
south sido for salo or distribution to tho
interior of Mexico. This gradual, but
heavy loss of proporty. ho says is very dis
couraging to .tho people, they aro becoming
desperato, and seeing tbo determination of
Ihe Mexican officials to retain tho Kicka
poo Indians in Mexico as a cloak' for tho
real deeds of tho Moxlcan pooplo, they
talk now quite freely of, organizing them
selves into armed bands, and crossing into
Mexico to rccovor their stojen property.
This feoling is universal on tho frontier,
sinco tho recent developments with regard
o tho removal of the Kickapoo Indians.
Genoral Reynolds adds: "It is bolioved
that theio depredations can bo effectually
and permanently stopped by pursuing tho
marauding bands into Mexico with troops,
accompanied by tho owners of tho'misslng
ADMITTED TO HAIL.
,, Judgo Sutherland has admitted tho
fire'sidont of tho ferry company to ball in
ho sum of $2,000. and tbo superintendent
and Enginoer Robinson $1,000 oacli.
' MADISON, WIS.
KILLED BY A RUNAWAY TEAM.
Madison, August 17, Edward Youn
aged 22 years, only son of Hon, E.
V. r t..i.i iv. a. ....
from Tils buggy and so seriously injured
that ho dlodi Wdfe'day morrring.
an owploye of the Madison and Pbrtago
rullroad, wbilo.ongagcd.ln eroding a now
elevator at Roynelte, fell from the scaf
folding last ovoning, and was so badly
injured tuV UU recovery it do'ubtfu).
ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, AUGUST
NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL CON
NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL CONVENTION.
Waihinoton, Auguitl7. Gen. Eaton,
United States commissioner of education,
will bo proient and deliver an address at
tho national educational convention, to bo
held at BU Louis, next Tuesday. Tho nd
drcis and proceedings of tho national edu
cational convention, which met at Cleve
land, last August.' have just been Issued,
having boen published by n gentleman of
this city, who employed only women to
let tho typo nnd do tho storootypo work.
J. W. Wesley, anasplrunt for a position
ai government olerk, lost hli reason
through diiappointment at not having his
nmbition realized, and whs yesterday taken
to tho Insane asylum. Wcsly served In
the navy during tho lato war, and passed
n favornblo examination for tho position
ho coveted. Sinco ho has been an appli
cant, somo three months, tbcro have been
sevora) vacancies, but his claims have bcon
HENRY WHARTON'S STOMACH ANALYZED
NO TOIHON FOUND.
Tbo physicians appointed to nnalyzo tho
slotnsich of Henry Wharton, supposed to
have bcon poisoned by his mother, havo
reported and oxenornto tho lattor lady. So
far as their examinations goes there wero
discovered notraco of poison, nor wasthero
any substanco which would furnlh evi
dence to criminate any one in this connec
tion. The Baltimore American says tho
result of tho analysis of tho remains of her
son will havo a telling effect upon the
sentiment of tho community, though, as a
matter of evidonco, it is only nccativo in
its character. All traces of vegetable
poisons wouia long sinco navo disappeared,
nnd a chemical analysis at this lato day
can only show that no appreciable amount
of m eta lie poison remains in tho body.
MRS. WHARTON'S HEALTH
has steadily improved sinco her romovnl
lo tho tower. Sho is still weak, howovcr,
and seldom leaves her bed. Her daughter
is unremitting in her devotion to hor mo
ther, and furnishes an example of filial
affection, as raro as it ii beautiful.
INTERESTING TO TODACCO DEALERS.
Tho question having been raised by col
lector Pullcn, of tho Cincinnati district,
as to tbo right of tobacco manufacturers to
affix the namo of doalers to their products
whoro orders wero filled, and having been
refcrrod to tho internal rnvenuo depart
ment, commissioner Douglas decided that
tho law allow! tbo proprietor's name to bo
printed upon tho labels instead ofthu man
ufacturers. This, howovcr, will only
bo allowed in those cases whoro
the person claiming to bo tho proprietor is
tho owner of tho factory, or has a legal
right or titlo to tho particular brand of
goods manufactured, or wherolho tobacco,
snuff or cigars aro mado expressly for tho
person claiming such proprietorship. In
cither case tho labels must be affixed be
fore tho goods aro removed from tho placo
of manufacture, and when onco so affixed
they cannot bo removed or any others
THE NORTH CAROLINA ELECTION.
'Official returns from olghty-threo coun
ties show a majority of 10,231 against
the convention. Thore aro seven counties
to be heard from, which will roduco tho
majority to about 9,400.
SPEAKER BLAINE MAKES A
HIS VIEWS ON THINGS IN GEN
ERAL. Saratoga, August 17. Blaine, speaker
oi me liouso oi representatives, was sere
naded last night. IIo addressed tho peo
ple at length, stating that speeches wero
not necessary for tno ucienso ot tno repub
lican party, facts spoke for them, in wit
ness 'of which they had but to look at tho
administration of affairs nt Washington
under tbo republicans, and comparo it with
tho management of Jow-York undor tho
democrats. In ono caso all was honesty,
in tho other all corruption. Sinca tho in
auguration of tho Grant administration
$200,000,000 had been paid off tiio dobt,
and' taxation reduced by $80,000,000 an
Without the aid of Tammany it would
bo impossible for the domocrats to carry
Now-Vork, and tho republicans would bo
suro of a victory in 1872. Tammany, with
its monoy. powor in the north and terror
ism in tho south, was tho main bono of tho
domocracy, and but for theso tho country
would long sinco havo bcon at peace from
THE NEW DEPARTURE
was an msincero attempt to buna
the people to tho real Intentions of tho
domocracy who had refused to abldo by
tho amondmonts at first, and whoso repre
sentatives at Washington had consistnutly
voted against them ; but until they helped
to achieve full rictus for every citizen of
tho United States, ho must bo pardoned
for not placing any faith In their profess
ions. Democratic rulo in Now-iork was falso
to tho first principles of religious freedom,
in that tho authorities had endeavored to
stop the'Orango parade; while tho policy
of the, Republicans embracod tho widest
toloranco and a desiro for equal rights ov
orywhere. TUB TREATY OF WASHINQTON
was ono of tho most brilliant achievements
of modern times, and through it tho Re
publicans could claim tho honor of having
avortcd ajgrcat civil war.
A QLOWINQ PICTURE.
Tho speaker concluded by painting a
clowinc picturo of tbo condition of tlio
country undor radical rulo. Hu pointed
to a continent without a slave; a constitu
tion porfoct In all tho oloments of civil and
religious rights nnd liberty; increasing
financial prosperity, and fortv millions of
tho freest, happiest and most prosperous
peoplo on tho globo.
Cleveland. O,, August 17. J.S. John
son's papor mill und barns at " Northeast,"
Pa., woro burned yesterday. Los9, $16,
000 to 120,000. Insured for about $0,000.
Spontanoous.combuatlon is supposed to be
SING SING, N. Y.
AN EXTRAORDINARY AFFAIR.
TWELVE CONVICTS ESCAPE
FROM SING SING.
Sino Sino, August 17. An oxtraordi.
nary affair occurred at Sing Sing prison
to-day at 11:46 n. m. A lug boat having a
canal boat in tow going north, when sho
was obscrvod approaching tho prison dock
with considorablo rapidity. Tho guard
warned tho pilot to keep oh", but tho warn
ing was not heeded apparently. Tho
tug glidod up to tho dock nnd immediate
ly twclvo convicts, as if understanding tho
wholo movement, made n rush from thoir
work, leaped on bourd tho canal bout and
ran poll moll ovar it into tho tug. Tho
cngincor was dislodged nnd ono of thejeon
victs dashed into the pilot hotiso nnd took
charge. Immediately sho was headed
for tho west shore. Tho alarm was given
quickly ns possiblo, and many of tho regu
lar prison guards ruhed toward tho pier.
They aimed their pieces nt tho pilot nnd
shouted for him to stop, but ho crouched
down out of sight.
DEATH OF AN INDIAN CHIEF.
Salt Lake, August 17. Tho head chlof
of tho southern Utah Indians, died sbmo
wocks ago. Sinco then tho trlbo havo bo
gun to commit depredations upon tho
people, and are threatening war upon tho
It is reported that there is n combina
tion of Indians on tho border of Utah.
Tho newly, appointed Indian agent,
Rocho, arrived to-dny.
Eighteen bnrs of illvcr bullion, valued nt
$27,000, arrived to-night from Riocho for
Leo & AValicr, New-York.
Tranactsons in mining stocks aro de
manding heavy considerations in bonds
Over two million dollars in stock havo
boen takon in tho last two days.
Ten cars silver bullion shinned east thij
week by Wells, Fargo & Co.
KILLED DROWNE D BURNED.
CnicAao, August 17. A young man,
named Burns, to-dav. in attcmntinL' to
jump from tbo Clark street bridgo to tho
auiumeni, wnuo u was swinging, loll liort
and was precipitated in tho rivor and
arowncu oeioro hu could bo rescued.
Lall'orty Brothers' livery stable, at Cam
bridge, Illinois, was burned last night,
with cntiro contents, including 10 horses.
Barn of Inman IIouso also consumed.
Young man, namod Young, killed near
Prario du Sac, Wis., on Tucsdav, by run
ning away of his team.
SAD ACCIDENT AT FRANK
Cincinnati, Aug. 17. At Frankfort,
Ky., last night, n dnughtor of II. Bern-,
aged 8 years, overturned a kcrosono lamp
in bidding her mother good-night. Tlio
lamp burstod nnd tlio child (Annio) wus
burnod to death, whilo Mrs. Borrv w .
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER I2i MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Commercial Avenue, nnpaKlIc i:i!lo
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
JMado to order, or iteady.JIado.
A full assortment of Misses' nnd Lndies
iiats and Jionncts of tho latest styles.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
MRS. C. McGEE,
eioiith htreet, HETWF.H.N WASHINQTON
and commercial avenues,
Has Just received n full and splendid lino of
Dress trlmininirj. silk clmm. )llc unlnnn i.ni.
pure laces, inon triminlni;, crocket uuttonx,
Ilk nod leliel tiutlonn, pluih ami trimming ud-
vn, nan ami uoniicis, nun kl.l cloven, ladlen' ami
childroiiH1 shoes, ami a lull and complete stock ol
Millinery find Fancy Goods,
All of which iho propose.) to sill at
THE VERY LOWEST CASH PRICES.
PRAOTICA L WATCHMAKER.
NO. 150 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
Han on hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATCH MS,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
Particular uttenlinn Klu-n to
REPAIRING FINK WATCHES.
The. I.irgenl utoi'k of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCH KS
A. WADGYMAR, M. D.,
PMYB1CIAN, burgeon ami Acconhmr, formerly
of Anna, Umou couuty, Illinois, has per-
manenlly located In Cairo, unice Commercial
Htcnae, bolwcen liii;hth and Nluth streets West
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AV.
II rtti. BUST
AT llARCLAYS DRUO STORK.'
Far.Mi yjcrnr, Diilt.
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
Lf. nr u.TfJniR rirllwirilofTj taotrtr
J E I. M II o r. D g
GRAPE ( Catawba )rt( riRArr. ) PILLS
CATAWIIA lA URAPE
GRAPE (.CATAWIIA ) J I.ORAPE ) PILLS
AMI ALL Or
II E I. M B O I. D 'H 31 E I I CI X EN '.
FRESH FROM FIRST HANDS,'
Always la utook In largo supply, and for sale b
FEESH BLTTE LICK
JUST It K C E I V E I)
For Nil I e by HielJIusH .llolllc or Gallon
iSTExTRA Fine Coi.oonk;
86?Genuine Imported Extracts;
CSTHair, Tooth and Nail Brushes;
JB571ndia ltuiniKR Nursery Goo
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Ilert grades in largo ntock and va
riety, very cheap;
Full Link of Colors,
imv am in int.;
Paint Drushi'F, I.ln.oed Oil,
Whitewash I' .ashen Turpentine,
Varnishos Kte. etc.,
ALL klMUS AMI STAMJAUD qt'ALITICS
F. S. MURRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HAS REMOVED FROM PERRY HOUSE
BRICK BUILDING on SEVENTH ST
orrosiTE winter'b iilock,
HE hai greatly Improved his stock, and has
now on hand all kinds of
HE HAS MARKED DOWN PRICES
To tho lowest living figures, and ho Invites tho
patronajo of the public.
11 E A L C It 1H
0 ROGER IKS.
Ohio Levee, : : : : : : Cairo, III.
niipras rmiMi'TLT hli km
G. 1). WILLIAMSON.
COMM ISSION M ERCII ANT,
.No. 71 Ohio l.etee,
O A 1 It , I I. L I N C 1 8.
no-Special attention K'vcn to Consignment!!
and lillini: orders.
Hoard and Tuition, per iiuntim V22U 00
IlKLI-MUTH LADIES' COLLEGE
IMl'tll'UATCIl UV ll.ll.lt, rUINCE AHTIIl'B,
Hoard an I Tuitun, per annum 1220 00
I'r.sldtnt-Tlio Very It. V. I. Hellmuth, D. V.,
Dean of Unroll,
Yut particulars, apply to Major Kvam, London
Tf. n. MORRIS,
H. II. CANDEE
No. rub. and U. 8. Cora.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
AMeti (J,M),S0l 97
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
Assets.- 2,783,000 0U
Assets 2,544,210 72
Assets 1,731,143 8
INTERNATIONAL, K. Y.,
Asicti t.SM.MS 17
Asset .706,937 00
Aiitts .115,073 SS
Assets 315,271 4J
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Anstts KO.OOO tAl
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Assets 30,000,000 W
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Assets ....1,JOO,000 00
RAILWAY PASSENGERS' ASSURANCE
Asiets. 500,000 05
Assots 030,802 03
S AFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio l evee,
City National Dank, CAIltO, ILL.
EIRE AND MARINE
i isr s tj :k, j nsr o ej
NIAQARA, N, Y.,
Asi'.ta ll,t30,2K M
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
Asset 1,003,721 71
HANOVER, N. Y.,
Assets y 720,602 00
REPUI1LIC, N. Y.,
Also! 711.92J 00
ComprlflDK tho Underwriters' Agency.
YONKERS, N. Y.,
Assets 879.IM IS
Assets .153,193 23
firemen's fund, s. r.,
Asieta e7,000 00
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Assets 1,133,813 00
STOUK, Dwellings, Furniture, Halls and Car.
goes, insured at rates as favoiablo as sound,
permanent security will warrant.
I resncctlully aik of tho cltlicns of Cairo, a
nhire ol their patronaso.
C. -V. HUGHES,
Offle at First National llsnk.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to supply customers with the best
OTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ItDEUS left at llalllday llros. oftlno, 70 OHIO
I.IlvKK, or at tho Coal Yard below the St.
Charles Hotel, will receive tiromot i
TIIKTUtJ "MONTAUK" will hrlugcoal along
aide steamers at any hour. oc2.5if
McCOMBS, KELLER & BRYNES,
Eccuessors to Adolphus Meier Co.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS IN
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
Nos. 100 and 102 N. Mallet.,
so?. Xi o Tjr i a, 3vn o.
TAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE:
To 11. M. Rawllnnai Ton ara hamkv nniln.
ed that at a sale of ronl o.Ulo mado by tho aherttl
ui AioAauiisr ciiuaiv, ai ine noor oi ino court
house, in the town of Cairo, Alexander county.
iiiiiuir, ou tuts .uu uay oi june, a. u. isjo, u.
Winston uurchased tho lollowicg described real
estate, aiiuato in aald county, for the taxes. In.
lereai unu co.n una inereon ior me year A, u.
to, o, io'Wiii rracimnai wen eo. i. y. it b. k.
IW,, assessed lu tliti name of M. SI. ltawllngs,
and that said C. Winston has assigned all his
rights under said purchase, to the undersigned,
and that tho tlmo allowed by taw for tho retfam
tlonot said real estate will expire on the nth
day of June ISTi. WM. I. HALL1DAT.
Cairo, Juno 3rd, 1872.
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