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iTHE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1871,
THE MAILS,
ATIIIIVE
North, Tlirdugh 2;Wa
crrAtr
m. :OOp.m
' Way 2:20 p:m,
Sotitli, Way U.1S p.m
" Throue-h N. ().. Mem.
ll;00p.m
jOO p.m
phis and Columbus 5.30 p.m. 4:OTp.rn,
Ohio Itlver route, (except
Mondavi too p.m. CiOHp.m
Iron Mountain II. K :30a.tn. ll:Cp.ji
Ml... Ulvnr route. Tlie.ilav
Mil Krldar C:oop.m. 7:00 p.m
Thebes, Oooao lulaml 4 Hants
Vf. 111... Tlmrailnv A- lrl-
.,. i C:U)p.m. 7:0Qa.m
Mavlleld. Itlnn.lTille and
I.ovelaee. Kr 11:00 a.m. 4;(J0p.m,
orrlia notas,
General Delivery 7:30 .m.
(Sunday S to tin. in.)
Money Ord'rdepantiiient :00 a.m. 0.00
KrKhter " " " " B:Wni. t.Wp.m
Money Order and Heliter
department no
open on Sundays,
SECRET ORDERS.
TIIK MASONS.
CAiao'.CuMMAMitKV, No. 1-1. Slated AsseinM)
l the Asylum Masoni I Hall, first and tlnnl.n-
urdavs In each month.
Ohio Oiiucii., No. Ill, I eiiular Convocation at
Masonic Hall, the second Friday In each month
Cairo Cuterm, No. 71. 'IrRUlnr Convocation
it Masnnio Hull, mi tin- third I'm-sdsy of every
nmui.
(Juan Loixis. No.Z17 r A A. 31 llejr,uiar i;m.
niinleMions at Ma.onln Hall, the . coml and
oiirih Mondays ol ei-h month.
iUttA Ini, r.n. W K. A. Jl. Ilenular Ooiii
nunlcalioo at Maonlo Hall Srst ami thlnl
"hnrsdaya In each month.
TIIK OW-rKl.t.OVK.
.Uriaatira Louiir.iMI.-Meet.Iti 0 Id Fellow's.
lll, In Art-r'n llinillni?, every Timr-day even
IX, at SoVlojL.
OUR CHURCHES.
IK91tVTKUIAN-KlKhth..treet.
Preaching, Habbath at 10 a. and 'Y, r. .
I'rajer meeting, Wednesday at "', r. w,
Sunday Selnol, 3 r. m. J. M. Lamden, Super,
intended. lUv. C. II, Footr, Paster.
lirrilOltiaT-Cor. i:ij?hlh ami Walnut r'l.
Preaching, Sabbath I0 a. m.,iuii1 7 e. m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7,'i r. x.
Sunday Miool ,Jr,. I.. W. KtlUeil, rtuper
mtemlenU Iter. Y. L.TimMrcix. Pastor.
IIUItCH OK TIIK llKI)EEMEIl-i:pli. Ol)
Morning prayer., Sabbath Wt a. m.
Kienlni; prayeM."fr. .
U.l.l.Lt)i S.hfinl. 0 A. M.
Hevi
PATIUCK'S CHUKCII
Ma. Cnta, Itrctor.
-.or. Nluth Si. and
Washington Avenue.
.-ubliciervlcc, Sabbath fj and I0,' a.
Vespers, 3 r. m.
Sunday School, '2 r. m.
Service every day, p. .
Iter. I'. J. O'llALLoaAk, Priest.
jONOMES'riCllllWTIANAMiOC'IATION-lleR.
ular meeting second Monday each month at ll.e
Prayer room of the Presbyterian Church,
rltl liratn, mtlni.. Frlilar. 1L r. M.. at
.he Prayer room of the Presbyterian churc.
I', VAtvtff, rreei.ieni.
fiid Cedar.
Services, Sabbath, II A. .
Junilay School, 1JJ r. x.
'reaching, 7 r. a. Itav. Win. Jackson, I'aiIO
ICON!) KnEK-WIl.IjrtAITlST-Kinrenth 81.
letween Walnut and Ceuar.
lerricea Habb.th, Vy and 3 r. x.
Itev. st r.irai, i aaior
tRB.WII.li lUITIHT IIOMK MlrWUJ. eU.N
AT HtJIluOI. Corner walnut and Cedar Sl.
lunday School, 0 a. m.
IteT KltKi: WILL HAITIST CHUUCII-Cur-y'a
Ilarraek.
lervicee, Habbilh II a. 3 r. m. and VA .
Iter. Wm. KiLLtr. I'julor.
RsTMIH-SlONAIlV ll.M'1 1ST CIIUUCII Het
veenlinhand Uth street", nearCViar.
'reachlnc Sabbath 10' a. x.,nn.l "i; r. m,
eayer ileetlnf!, Weifneday evening,
reaching, Kruiar evening,
tbtntllib. hiiol, l'i r. m. John Van Itaxler and
tlary .'tephem Superintendent.
Key. TJ. f)iioei. I'juto
STATE OFFICERS.
STATK OKFICKUS.
(Teruor, John M. Palmer ;
leutenanl-Oovernor, John Dougherty 1
ciet-iry of State, Edward Hummel J
kUdltnrof State, C. E. I.ipplncott i
Itate Treasurer, K. N. Dates ;
upt. Public Instruction, NewtenBaleman.
CONOUESSMKK.
Senators Lyman Trumbull and John A. Logan,
lepresenlative for the Stato at Larse Vacancy,
lepresenuitive Thirteenth DUtrict-John M
!bs.
IEMBERS GENKItAL ASSEM1ILY.
tenators, 1st Dlstrlct-T. A. E. llolcomb, of
don.andS.K. Ollon, of Gallatin,
tepresentatlve, 1st Dl.trlct-H. Watson Webb:
COUNTY OFFICERS.
CirtCUIT C0UBT.
'udgc I). J. Uaker, of Alexander.
roecutlns Attorney I. 1". McCartney, o
nc.
circuit Clcrk-Jno. (J. Harman.
Shentl-A. II. Irvln,
Win. Martin, Asucasor and Tieamrer.
COUNTY COUItT.
Judge F. Dross.
so.aU!i-J..E. McCrite and 8. March'.ldon.
erk Jacob 0. Lynch.
Joroner John II. Goiman.
MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT
Uayor John If. Luisden.
Trensiuor J. U. Taylor.
Comptroller E. A. Hurnett
Ourk Michael Howlcy.
Uarahal-Andrew CaIii.
Attorney-P, II. Pope.
Pollco Migistratos F. Dross and H. Shan
laay,
Chlelol Pollce-L. II. myeri,
Pollco Constables John Hhethan. (day),
and
m. II. Velrrun and J. W. Sumner, (eight.)
SELECT COUNCIL.
Mayor John M. Lansden,
Firat Ward P. O. Sehuli.
Becond Ward C. It. W ooawnrd.
Third Ward Jno. Wood,
Fourth Ward 3. Btaata Taylor.
Clty-at-Lnrgo W. P. Halllday and D. Hurd.
HOARD OF ALTJKIUIF.N.
IftJT WARD James llerden,
Leo hleb,
Isaac Walden.
JOO N D W A !( D-Il . II . Cunningham ,
K. Under,
Heniy Wlnlor,
James Swayne.
,'HIRD WARD-Wm.$tnUton,
l'atricic riKgo'.aui
OURTII WARD-James Carroll. .
O.ll.Scasc,
J.II.Metcnlf.
Time of MtctniQ.
cirr covxcit.
. n.i- rn.inil menta In ioint session 0D
Friday evening preoeulng the first Monday ol
saohiooath. .,..
.1..B.WI Council meets on the Hrst Wedoes.
day and Thursday, alter tho second Monday iu
ach month. ,-.,,,
mm.,. Tinnni of Aldermon meets
en the firs
Monday andTueaday In every month.
COMMITTEES Or TUB WJU.vuil..
On iStrtfd-Mossrs. Tajlor, Waldcr, Winter,
ood and Metcnlf.
i)ralnvs-McsBis.Cunniiigham,8chuli, Fltrger-
Jd.Beaseana liauiuay.
.Cmmj-Messrs. Wood, Cunningham and Kleb.
and Jul Messrs. uarrpu, ouuer
and
iVfcs
Woodward
, j;.-,.Mers. Seaso. Walder and Taylor.
1 tin Jftmrfmenl-Mossrs. Iltarden, Bwayne and
VmKl-MesBrs.Pcliuli.WluUrand b.
?iSn-lietti. Wo Urd. d.vayne o 1 Uuie
ti'-KiV.li Ilud. trVt( m 'in I I He ill.
j i.btmtton and Carroll
THE BULLETIN.
Pnbllcnilori Ollrc, lltillclln IIiiIIiIIiik
"Mniiint'ion A veil nr.
"IK NEWPORT ROMANCE.
II Y llltKT IIAltTK.
Tf ' .""lh died of a broken heart,
(Me'l the laleai'iwna told to me),
... ?r 'rlrlt ni1 "Hl11 t'H
Of Una mil old homo by the ata.
Her lover aa fickle and fine ami French
It iraa neartr a burifliAi. na..nv.
When be aalled nway Irom her arm poor wench.
With tho Admiral llochambeau. 1 ur"e""'
1 marvel much nhal perwltged plirane
on the heart of ihi. .hi?ti.f.i
'u?1"!!"0"1 '.t'B,'1 'P'Mb ofthuae codlUh d'ava
oho n.iviiiMi me inmcniei lako herl
Hill ahii kept the poalea cl mignonette
J hat ho uave. antl ever n. tli.tr l.l..m II. I
An I faded (though with her tear mill well
imr jouiii w.in ner own exhaled.
TiH one night, w hen the ea-fog wrapped a f liroud
njnr nnn .pire ani tarn anil tree.
He r ioul went up on thai lifted i loud
rrom una anil old lioiian l,y tlin ea.
And ever alnerllien.n hen the lock atillcea tn
She walk uhbirtilen from room to room,
And I hu air la fill. . t thai ho pa.n'a llirougn
,i.a u phiiiii. nj., ivriUNIV.
Thedelliateocurnr tnlgnonetlu,
The gliof I nf ii lead anil tioe bouiiet.
Ii all that leIN (jfheritoryP.vrt
-..iiin i-iic iniiik n .weeier ua r
1 f II In the mil old bonne, to-night
My.eil a gho.t from a lurthir cn
And trut that thla guaVer won.an mljht.
In i.'ourle.y vi.it me.
For the laugh la lied frnin the porch ami lau n,
And Die buule died Imm i)i r..n ,n n.. i..n
And the twitter of girla on Hie Hair la gone,
in I'mnii la anil,
LETTER 'eNDINOS.
TIIK qt'AINT THllfl.VAT10.VH OK FRIENDLY
KPISTLKS
Upon the lulled (if lcttnr nntlinoa. the,
OctoUT number of tlio llrilith quarterly
IUriewmyt; TI10 "I remain" require
to bo led up to, and not to bo sildeil to thn
letter without connection. Tliero It n
arco L'uiMUt of choice, for nmilmM. frntn
the olllciul "Your obedient aervinit,'1 iind
IiIrIi and mighty ' Yonr huinblorervant,"
to tho friendly "Your trulv." "Your
Inccrely," and " Youn afl.-otiunnti.lv "
Some nerioiiH vary tho form, and sllflillv
iitenilfy. tho cxpreisiou by placing the
word " lours" at. ai " Faitlifullvvour. "
Jamoi Howell ued n great Tarioly f end
lnf,'r,'iuch at "Youra inviobly," "Youn
entirely," " Your entire friend,'' "Yours
Terily and invaribly," " Your really,"
"Youn In no vulgar" way of friendship,"
" Youra to dimow of." " Youn I Yoiira I
Youn 1" 'Walriolo write: "Your very
mueh," "Youn most cordially," and to
uunnun jiore, in iiuy, louts tnoro and
nu more." Mr wight, jomo years ago,
nded a controvcnial letter In thn follow
ing biting terms: am, sir, with what
ever respect is due to vou." The old
board of commissioners ot the navv used
form of subscription very different from
tho ordinary official one." It was their
custom to aubscribo their lettcn (even
letters of reproof) to such officers as were
not of noblo families or boro titles, " Your
affectionate friend." It is said that this
practice was discontinued in consequence
01 a uisiinguiMieu captain aUding to uis
letter to tho board. "Your nffictlo
friend." Ho was thereupon desired to dis.
continue tho expression, when ho said, " I
am, genuernen, no longer vour allectionato
friend."
I1A.MCM.
ENTERPRISE SAYINGS
BA1TIC.
lmrterel Mnrrli .11, IS00.
orricc in
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO
A. II.UAFFORI). Preaidenti
H. S. TAYLOR, Vice.Prt-.ident;
W. IIVSLUP, Secretary and Trraaurer.)
ciatrroast
W. Hi ecu v. Ciia. RALIimtR.
F. M. tjtiK-krLKiii, Pai l G. Hrm 11,
It. M. Cl'.VSIMlllAH, W. P. lUiuriAi,
j. ai. rnitim.
Oepoalta of nny Amniint llecelv mI Irons
ion leuiH 1 tsnrui.
NTKltK-jT paid on dennnlta at the rate of an
JL nercent. er annum. March latand eitein
ber 1M. Interest not withdrawn l Mldeil inime
tiatcly to the prinullml of the drhnMU, thoieby
'Tlnn them compound Interext.
MAltr.IKD WOMt.V AND CIIILDKE.V MAY
DEl'OHIT MO.VKV
SO THAT NO OXE lilt ( AX DRAW IT.
Onen everr business Uav from 0 a.m. In 3 n.m.
and iiaturday evening lor HAVI.NO DEPO-ilTri
only, from e to 8 o'clock.
auou uim.ur, Aiea'urer
nmi? nrrp v tv a riunv a t .
I11U VXX X ll.V J-llUlU
tlAIItt) ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL,
8100 00
W. P. IIALLIDAV, President
A. U. SAFI'Oltl), Cashier:
WALTKh 1IYS1.0P. Anllint Calu-
DllltCTOHM
SUAH TAVLOa, MOBFRT II, Cl kMNQIIAM,
BcottWhit, W. P. Hauipav,
Gro. II. Williamson, Hui'iiiA Hiku
A. II. 8aviori.
r.xrbBUKr, Coin sissil Vnltesl NIhIcm
nond Bonglit anil Hold.
DEPOSITS received, and
bualneaa done.
a K!erul banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF CAIRO.
DANIEL HURD, President 1
ROB BUT W. MILLER, VlecPieaident i
0, N.UU01IES, Caviller.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
EXCHANGE, otp. bank notea and United
States securities bought and sold.
iRterent Allowed on Time UcpoallM.
WHOLKIALE CltOCF.RS.
H. SMYTH & CO.,
"WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO LKVKK
CAIKO. ILLINOIS.
A'ao, ktep constantly on hand a most com.
plt 'lock ot
XsKatTOKS-
BCOTCII AND mien WniBKIlM
- I N 8,-
l'ort, Muderltt, Sherry and Catawba "Wine
R SMYTH A CO. sell exclusively ror eai.ii, to
. which fact they Invite the enpeclal attn.
tion ef cloio bargain buyers.
Special attention given to Filling Orders
FURNITURE.
SAVE TWENTY PERCENT
lly buy 1d your
EICHHOFF BROS.,
FURNITUKK FACTORY,!
M'nsliliiKtoii-nv.,';nr 'olinnllloni
CAIRO, ILLINOIS)
lleHri.. Ftiehlmlf rtrnlli.r. .I..1.A l Inrn.m (Via
ltlien of Cairo that thev are. manufacturing all
lllllf Ol
'LAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
Anl have now on hand and for sale, at
Wliolranlc nnil Rrliill,
II kin!, and wil continue tc keep at (heir
SALK.S ROOMS, IN TIIKin NEIV IICH.DI.VO,
Every lleripllon of eheap and eovlly tiirnllure,
such as
na.rartct Ceditea.u,
"Marb!e Topped Hurt-am,
VldeboanN, Waahstandi.
49-Wanlrobe, Sola Chairs,
S.ofa and Vatrasaea,
WLoungca.ele , etc.,
Which they will guarantee to sMI
TWENTY PEU CENT. LOWER
Than they can t liounht from any other dealer In
the city, (live them a call and aatlnty your,
sell. lyiidtl
l'AINTN, OUJS.rlc.
a, r. rARira. a, 1
PARKER k BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
rutty, IleiiElue, Oanollnr,
WINDOW GLASS.
WINDOW SHADES,
And the celebrated illuminating
AURORA OIL.
llUO-ls' HUILDINO, COR. llTII-ST. A COM-
MEKCIAI.-AV.,
CAino,
atlRSOtf
Illinois.
NOTICE
la lit'fliv jiven that default having been made
fur more than sixty days in tho pament of
portion of the amount ecured to be paid by a
rertnin mortgave executed by Almarlne llalley
to Samuel Utuata Taylor and Edwin 1'amonn, trim
tees of the Culm City property, dated Heptember
llllli, UUI, nnd recorded 111 the Recorder s office,
in and lor Alexander county, In the Htaterfllll-
Inois, in dook 1., 01 uceua, page ihi, id , we, inn
iinderalanod. said Urusteea. will on Huturdav. the
Bex'omUlay of December next, A. D. 1871, nt 10
0 plocK in 1110 lorcnoon ui mai nay, unuer ana vj
virtue 01 ma power m Baie coniauieu in sum
inorlgage, sell, at publiu auction, to the lilgheat
bidder, for caxh, at the oRIco building or said
trustees, corner of Washington avenue and Win
Htreet, In the city of Cairo, la Alexander county
and Hlate ol llliiioii.lnt numbered 'ti (twenty. twoi
in block numbered 47 (twenty-seven) In the Pirat
Adilitloc to.ihl city of Cairo, accor4 Ing to the
recorded plat thereof, with the appurtenances, to
satisfy.the purj.oaesand conditions o saidmort
gage. Dated Cairo, Ills., NovemherOth.im.
B. HTA ATH TAYLOR,
EDWIN PARSONS,
Trustees of Ine Cairo City Properly.
novlldld
WILUAU BAVMAN.
COINXIIVS IIAlSNItlMS
13AUMAN & HAUENSTINE,
CiVIL AND MECHANICAL
ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS,
UroHN Iliillillnir, corner Elevenths atr
niul Coramcrclnl nve Culro, 111a.
TiI.ANS AND BPECIFICATIONBfor all branches
1 of Civil Knglneermg nnd Architecture, such
as Maps lor Counties,-Districts or-Corporatlons,
I ana and Caloulatlons for ft nam and Water
rower, ,or iDimairiiti roiuiiinii,iF. ,ur ,i.u,
stono-orn Wooden Uridg's, for Churches, Cour
Houses aDd other Public Ilulldings, llualness and
Dwelling Houses, Cottages, etc, etc, furnished
bhorlt notice 'Wtrse
OK!f KRAI. AOKXTH.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
HGRCII ASTN
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
And A ents of
Ohio lllvrr anil Hntiiuvlin
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
CAIRO, ILI.INOUS
INNUIlAKCr.,
w. n. Moiims,
Notary Putdlc,
II. It. CANDKh
No. Pub. anil It. H. Com.
IISrSTTIEIEI
UULL, OAKOO, LIVE STOCK,
CCIDENT, LIFE,
USTSUEAK'CEI
JSTNA, UAItTKORD,
AsaeU IS.MK.MH 97
NORTH AilEKICA, TA.,
Aaaels.. 2,TM,u3 W
UAKTTORD, CONN
Aasets 2,.MI,210 7
PHOENIX, 1IAUTVOUI),
Assets.. 1,781, Us Si
INTEIttfATIONAI, N. Y.,
Assets.. l,aM,358 17
PUTNAM, HARTFORD,
Aesets 7"0,0i7 CK
CLEVELAND, CLKVKLAN1),
Aiets. 5U,C73 b
HOME, C0LUMI1UK,
Aela.... .1IS.27S 1;
AMERICAN CENTRAL, Ml).,
Assets 01.
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Assets Jii,(i,isio is
TRAVELER'S, IIATtTTORD, LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
Assets. 1,V1,0HJ (H
SAILWAT rASSENOERH ASSURANCE
CO., HARTFORD,
Assets. 4011,000 1
INDEPENDENT, UOSTON,
Asset aai.ma i
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CAN DEE,
71 Ohio Isee,
City National Rank, CAIRO. ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
i nsr s tt ir, .a. nsno.'m!
COMPANIENl
NIAOARA, N. Y.,
Assets tl,13C,''lC ?f
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
Assets ln.8,721 78
HANOVKR, N. Y.,
Asel 7ii',Ri-.2 00
rkpuiii.ii', .v. v.,
Asxel 71 1 HA1 1
Cnmprii'ing the Uiideiwrilerf' A .fin j .
YONKERfi, N. V.,
Asjeti. 7e,l.. t
AI.HANY CITY,
A'aela r:,r: 1
firemen's FUND, n. v..
Asiel i.7.i"
SECURITY, N. V. MARIN K.
Assets i I
STuRE, Dwi'llmg", Kuriiltiire, Urn'
aoen, lnlirel at lii'H tin lulu nl,U .t
permanent aeeiirlty xHiriut
I reapeellillly auk nt the i ll ii I
ehiieoi th' Ii patioiuue,
C. .V. IIKJUK
Olllee-H Kirnt hHl ... 1
WATCH HA It Kit.
1K ACTICA L WATCH MAK EH.
Ii. HOUPT,
NO. 159 WASHINGTON AVENUE
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
II tin hand
A FINE BTOCK OF WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
Par'li'tilar attention given to
REPAIRING FINK WATCHES.
The Itirgi'M nun-k
AND SILVER
la vtia nu.
COLD
WATCHES
IIOTr.l S,
CRAWFORD HOUSE,
OlUBll 1K1M and W'ALN'UT-S'I
vKiilrmiee i,n ulli-l ,t
F. 1. Oakss,
iki, "I
sdy, I
lOdwick, J
II.' v. 1 a.
CINCINNATI. OIliO
K. It, L
OAKF.8.0AIITACO. Pro nrlstorn.
RTOTIW. TIXWAKE, ETC,
A. II ALLEY,
DEALER IN I3T0VES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wnngera Voile
Ware, Coal Hods, Flrebhovels, Air dates.
MiNtTACTCRtR or
TIN, 'ZINC, COPPEll AND SHEET
IKON "WAHE.
No. 1GG Washington-avcnuo,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
TTIloofinir. fiutlerinir. and all klmli of ink
vork iloneat ahorteal noilee. febblif
IlltCUH.
ibarclayi3r6s..
74
011 10 I.KVr.E,
Cairo, tin
DRUG-G-ISTS
SARATOGA SPl'.INGS
IV rltl BLAUT
AT IIAIICI.AY.h' DltUO HTORK.
Fnrsn Hvrri.v, Dsitv.
MOCKINO MUD FOOD.
ail ncAtir ron ir. winioiT mol'sir
At Haiiclavs'.
If E L M II O L Ii g
GKAPE ( cATAwii.v 1 f orape ) PILLS
j CATAW11A I.J ORAPE )
GRAPE CATAWiiA ) J; (.GRAPE ) PILLS
asn an or
iiEiiXDOLD'H jii:iiici.m:ih
FRESH FROM FIRST HANDS,
Always In stock In large supply, and for sale I y
Darclay Bros,
JUST RECEIVED
AMP
orHnle by tlu-UlusH llr.tllr 111 ( ullon
AT BARCLAYS'.
t& Extra 1'ine Cologne;
SQTGenuink Imported Extracts;
CfflllAtn, Tooth and Nail iIuushes
8SS"IndIA RuilllER NURSKRY Goo."
jA.E,Cxj-A.X BEOS.
PURE AVH1TK LEAD
An
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
llest grades in largo stock end va
riety, ety cheap j
aiso:
Full Line of Colors,
cut smi iv oil;
Paint ltrushes, Linseed Oil,
Whitewash P. 'Jshee Turpentine,
Varnishes Etc. etc.,
ALL BINDS 1K0 STAXBAID QVAUT11
At Barclays'.
Oil. CA.NN.
An Bffnrtnu nt ot tho nbovo omiM. hpcutpIt
nu k n tor ulilMiK'Mt. for rialo At Cincmtmti pricen
iTimitna i'iiiih i'faiers, it unioiiOTee,
CO A I, AND M'OOD.
wrioii "Vvooi) Tr ui
T!ieunilcrctne'l will fiirnUh
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An C'lioiip, II stot Cltcnpcr
Than any wood dealer In Cairo. Leatenrdeia
011 the slates at tho PnstolllcH an I at llnna1 coal
yard, on Commercial avenue, between Teuth anil
Twelfth streets, Cairo, Illinois, I givo good
measure
leasure nnd will cord the wood up If ,i-:re,i.
aiiain.tr
DKNNIH ll.M.Kl.
F. M. WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
MERCHANT.
FM. WAIll) is prep.uel t'l del mi lie le
, l-'lto Wood and rtuuo I mil
IN ANV PAltT nF TIIK CltrT
And in any i inntlty di-ite,, ,,n 1 11 I
COAL DELIVEHKD at $1 Vi'hn i.i.n
oPI'IOK-ttver lleerumt. Onli A Co uluve
twoiloars above the 'inner nfKlglitb tnel inu
Commen 1 laviuue. KcUil
PAUL 0 SOHUIt,
3D -JRj UO-GIST,
j iti:ori:n. ,
NO. 108 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
WlslMnkrr'n OM Stniiil,
Ol-rOSITE ATHENKUNf, - - CAIRO, ll.l.
PayaparllciiUr attention to filling , phy,ctlll
OE UTIGHT
attrs 01 dasd
ALL PATENT MEDICINES
worth having. Agent for
k urns' rirvr.n tomc,
Warranted the het Kove'r Killer known In this
climate.
NO CURE-MONEY REFUNDED
A Lao,
IIAJIII.TO.VN
mjCIIIJ AND DANDELION,
An excellent remedy In all dleae of the KM
ney, equally, na tood ur brtter
than Heinlwl.lN. nnd tor
Icm money,
tuo Air.NT roa
llHliiihroy lloincopl'iillilp Nieeinca.
Ill' well selected stock of
Fnncy Uoosla,
Of every description cannjl be
surpa'ied by any etb
ll'hmeni of the
kind In the
city.
WI.t'EN A.M LIUCOHa.
F"Tl"STOc7cFl7ET'iiV
svrcrssoa i-.ui if. a srocs t Lrrn
Rrrliryrr find WIioIpniiIp Drislrr a
Forela;n nml Ilosiss-allel
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 02 Ohio Levef,
CMBO, ILLINOIS.
ITF, keepnon liand constantly a full slock o
JZLOUl Kentucky llourbon, ltjo and Mononsa
hela Whlnkles, French llrandies, llollaud Oln,
Ithineand California Wines. in30if
WiM. II. SCIIUTTEH,
Ini)orl4r ntnl WIioIphuiIp Dcnlrr In
WINES, LIQUORS,
TOBACCO &c OXG-JR3.
Agent for the best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
AM)
Imported Alen of Illircreiit UIiuIn."
75 Ohio Levee,
I CAIltO, ILLINOIS.
I.NI!IIAM'i:,
$1,250,000 OO .
IIAIITFOIII) .
FIRESINSUUANCK CO.,
1)1 Ilirlfurd, Con.
CIIAIITKREP 1S1C.
Eijunl to tlieJCJ rcat Miiieroiioy.
TIIK UtON CLAD OLD
i'HAE-TFOBD'
veriitirrenil)'r I
JTcstcd by the slorms of Sixly-one yeais
AND STILL IS SOUND.
Tays fromhcr;iurplUB n'
si,:oio:.oc:o
Her Losses by Ihe
Gltl-'AT CIIIOA(K) FIHH
Leaving her magnificent capital ot
OIsTH 3CIT-iT iIOIT
Untouched nnd Qiurtt r ot a Million Huri'tHu to
Pf-iira
Gofibe Beat,"
GET HARTFORD POLICIES.
SniTora, Morris & Oandeo agouti,
.Cairo, Illinois
nr..L, ESTATE AGENT.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL .ESTATE AGENT
AID
AUCTION'ERS,
71 (SECOND FLOOR) OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, ILLS.,
Huv and Sell Real Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
A I prcfara Conveyances of Kind".
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FIFTH YEAR.
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Art Ilepisrlsncsst.
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duced, hn fonvlnccd the publishers of TIIK
Al. DINK of tho aoundncss ot their theory that
the Ametlcnn public would reeojrnlio and heartily
support any sincere etbirt to o eiato the tone nnu
standard of Illustrated publications. That so
many weakly wlcsed r-hcets c.xt't and thrive n
not evidence that there l no market tor anvlnlnR
t,etter indeed the success of TIIK A I. DINK from
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populatlou so van), and of such varied taste, n
publisher ran choose his patrons, nnd hl papir is
rather Indicative of his own than of the tano of
the country. As n KUarnmco of (he excellence of
OiU ilet.iirtmpiit. tho nublfiherH would beir to nn
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