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JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
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" Way 2:20 pirn. 4:00 a.m.
South, Wj 12.15 p.m. ;nop.m.
" Through N. 0., Mem
phis nJ Columbus 1.30 p.m. 4:00 p.m,
Ohio Blver route, (except
Monday) ',00 p.m. 6.00 p.m,
Iron Mountain R. R 3:30 .m. 11:00 p. n.
Mlae. Hirer route, Tueaday
and Friday COO p.m, 7:00 p.m.
Thebes, Oooae llanl AHanta
Fe, lilt., Thursday A Krl-
ly ..t fcOOp.m. TiOOa.m,
Meyfleld, lllandrjlle aad
Lovelace, Ky 11:00 .m. 4;oop.m.
fJeneral Delivery .. 7iJQa.m.
(Himday 8 lo 0 a.m.)
Money Order depnatmcnl :00 a.m. 4.00
Rojluter ' tw)e.ra. o.Wp.m.
Money Order and Iteflster, department'
open on Hundays.
Treadling, Kabbath at 10 a. m., and V, p. m.
I'raycr meeting, Wednesday at Hi r. m.
Sunday School, 3 r, M. J, M. Laniden, Super
inlcndent. Iter. C. II. Foots, I'aa(r.
METIIODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut Ms.
I'rcaclilng, Babbnth 10J4 i. at., and 7 r, at.
I'raycr meeting, Wednesday, l),'f. .
Hunday rlchoot .:i r. m. I,. W. Htllwell, Hnper
tntcndenU Iter. F. L.THOiireo), I'aalor.
CIIUUCIl OK Til T. Iti:OKKMKIt-(Krlcopal)
Morning prayera, Sabbath 10JJ a. at.
Evening pra)cr.7tr. '
fcabbMh School, a a, m.
Her. Ma.Cuix, Hector.
Hr. PATRICK'S CHUIICII-Jor. Ninth Hi. and
.'uUle service, Babbatliljf and loif a. m
Vespers, 3 r. m.
undayHchool, 1 p. h.
Service erery day, 8 r. .
Iter. I'.J.O'lULLoaiir, rrleet.
VOUNO MEN'd CHRISTIAN AbHOC! ATION-Kejf
tilar meeting aecond Monday each month at the
I'raycr room of the Presbyterian Church.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, iyx r. at., at
.he I'rayer room of the Presbyterian churck.
U. I'sasoss, Prealdenl.
AFRICAN MKTHOIHST-Fourteenth, between
Walnut an 1 Cedar.
rJervicee, tiabbalh, 11 a. m.
Sunday tvhoot, V, r. .
Ciaaa3 r, M.
BECOXt) FHEE-WILLBAPTIST-I'ifleenth 81.
Preachlog,7 r. m. Iter. Win. Jackson, Pastor.
between Walnut and Cedar.
Berrien Sabbath, xi and 3 r. n.
Iter. N. Iticaa, Pastor.
FREE-WILL BAITHTIIOME MIS.1lO.-M t-UN
DAT bCHOOL Corner walnut and Cedar Stt.
Sunday School, 9 A. x.
HIST FREE WILL nAPTIST CIIURCII-Cur-
Services, Habbsth 11 A. St., 3 r. . and Ti r. at.
Iter. Wat. Knur, Pastor.
FIRST MIBSIO.VARY BAPTIST CHURCH-UH-ween
loth and 11th afreet., near Cedar.
Prtachlnf Sabbath 10) a. si., and 7,1; r. a.
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday erenlng.
Pabbath fc hool, lJ-J r. m. John Van Ilaxter and
alary Stephens superintendents.
Iter. TJ. siioass. Pa-to
Ooyernor, John M. Palmer ;
Lieutenant-Governor, John Dougherty i
Secretary of State. E-iwa;d Ruinmel ;
Auditor of State, C. K. Ltppincolt i
Slate Treasurer, E. N. llatea J
Supt. Public Instruction, Newton Dateman.
Jenators Lyman Trumbull and John A. Logan.
Repreaentatlra for the State at l.arje J. L
Repreaentatire Thirteenth Diatnct John M
MEMUERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Benatora, lt Dlatrlct T. A. E. Holcomb, ol
Union, and S. K. Glt-aon, of Gallatin.
Repreaentatire, lat Distrie t II. Wataon Webb;
Judge D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney-J. F. McCartney, of
Circuit Clerk-Jno. Q. Harman.
BhenS-A. II. Irvln.
Wm. Martin, Aaaeaaor and Treaaurer.
Judge F. Broea.
AMOC.ates J..K. McCrlte and S. Marehlldon.
Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Goaeman.
Mayor John M. Ltnaden.
Treaaurer-J. U. Taylor.
Comptroller E. A. Burnett
Clerk Michael llowley.
Marihal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. II. Pope.
Police Magistrates F. Brosa and D. Hhan.
Chief ol Police L. H. Myers.
Mayor John M, Lanaden,
Firat Ward-P. G. Sshuh.
Second Vard C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward-Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward-S. SUaU Taylor.
City-at-Large-W. P. Halllday and D. Hurd.
DOARIJ OF ALDERMEN,
rlRBT WARD Jamea Bearden,
BOONDWARU-Il. II. Cunningham,
MIRD WARD Wm. Stratton,
OURTH WARU James Carroll.J
Time of MctUnq,
The City Council meets In Joint session on
Friday erenlng preceding the first Monday ot
vh.Relect Council meets on the tlrstWednes.
jw mnA Thuradav. alter the second Monday lu
umj " .. - ,
ioabd or ALStl
rh itoard of Aldermen meets on the firs
Monday and Tuesday In every month.
COMMITTEES OF THE COUNCIL.
On StrMfi-MOBars. Taylor, Walder, Winter,
ood and Hetcair.
.1 I ..... anil 111 1 i (1 aV.
Caimi-Messrs. Wood, Cunniogham ana Kleb
imm Atut Jai Messrs. Carroll. Buder and
... QAn. a. WalderandTarlor.
lru.nu'w. vww.o. .vh- , "
JUn Departmtnt-Messrs, Rarden,8wyne and
!Uar: ........ a
lYinfins Measrs.Wodward, Swayneand Buder
Snrm-Messrs. Hud, Htralton andMetcalf.
An lthutratfd Magazine,
KDITF.I) BY J. (I. HOLLAND,
Author of " Bitter Sirtrt" Kalhrinn," " Timothy
TtteomVt lAltttt." Ett.
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popular lavor, has now iwen
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mi Able niaciiMloti ol the National HankingS)-tt-ni
or thla country a new ,tnrr hy Mrs. 011
iihant la promlscil, .ui ,etn. i wlnlit every num.
Imr will bo rich in ahoner atorler, lllLitrt l arti
cles of popular asience, poems, osaaya, editorials
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nearly luu Omplcli ritonea, Taiei 01 Adventure,
Wit and Humor, Poems, Ac, combining with
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LECTIC ha ten recognized aa theatlest expo
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w hlch finds expression In Ihe periodical literature
of Europe. The plan of the ECLEC I IC la to se
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THE A I. DINE.
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A Representative and Champion of Atntrt
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rarest specimen, ot arilstlc sk'll, in black and
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specially reserved lor hinding, the editlonn ol
lrtl, Is already ex ausled, and it is now a scan e
as well al valuable book,
NEW FEATUKKS FOK 1872.
Tho enthusla-llo stiport so re.dl y accorded
to It.eir enterprise, wherever it has beenintro-dii.-el,
has lonvlnced tlm publishers of JUL
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standard of Illustrated publications. That so
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hetter-indeed lh success of THE ALUINh from
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rather Indicative of his own than of ihe taste ot
the country. As a guarantee of the excellence ol
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nounce during Hie coming year, specimens from
the following eminent Amen- an siu.n-
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it. i:. pioitr,
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ar writers and poets of the counrry.
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JAatit lli .l v .
23 Liberty Street, Nor York.
II. LEVY & CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
WOOI, I'EATllEllft., ETC.,
93 OHIO LEVEE.
P. L. IIUYETT, k SON,
importers, Slanufaoturers and Jobbcra of
nrn nml Herman Silver
BAND INSTE UMENTS,
No. 25 S. Tiiinn Street,
odOdSm. NT. I.OUI8, JIO.
BAUMAN & HAUENSTINE
CiVIL ASH MKCHANICAL
ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS,
tlroN)' Ilulltllnir, eorner Elovoiitli atr
hikI tommereim nvi- ann.
nT.iK-a ivn APKRiKICATIOMlfor all branchei
I rr clii Rnirlneerini! nnd Archllecture. such
as Maps tor Counties, Hislricts or Corporations,
Plans and Calculations for Steam airt Water
Power, for Industrial Kstablishmecta. for Iron,
stone or Wooden llridgfa, for Churches, Cour
Houses and other Public lutildings, business and
Dwelling Houses, Cottages, etc etc., Inrniahed
Hhorit notice s.SUtfae
SAVK TROUHLK AND EXPENSE
Mlolmol I)n,l will I'nrnlall HiVIl KuStorV Kind
ling nice, dry. already-cut wood, In any part of
the city, for $l.W a wagon load.
Here Is a war to savo Incalculable trouble In
Leave orders at McOauley's iliug store, or ad
dress them to uiciiaei uowu, imouyn inu p"
office. Nov W If
May be found at Kccd.A- Munu'a from
war-1. Any orl In tha
will receive prompt attention,
and a general blacksmitlilug business carried n
aire him a trial novistf.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 21. 1871.
Olf III I.ETKE,
IK VKLt BLAST
AT OAKCI.ATS' TJRl'O STORE.
Kstsu ScrrLT, Diilt.
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
all iitkv rea csa wivaoi-v taovaia
R L M B 0 L D
GKAl'K ( CATAWBA )f ORAPK 1 FILLS
1 CATAWBA I.J ORATR
GKAl'E (.catawba ) ; (oRArR ) PILLS
xd in or
IIELMnOED'H HKDIl'15 F.H
FRESH FROM FIRST HANDS,
Always In etock In large supply, and fur sale by
Lfliarclny II read.
orNnlebx the Glnaat JDolfle rCnllosi
JJ-ElTItA i'lSB Colooxk;
trnfOzuvim: Imported Extracts;
fOrllAirt, Tooth and Nail HrtusnEs
JjIndia Rubber Nuivsert Goo?
PUKE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Best grades in lsrgo etock snd va
riety, very cheap!
Full Line of Color,
nay ad is oil;
Paint Uruihes, Lttisend Oil,
Whitewash I' jihea Turpentine,
Varmsliei Etc. etc.,
all iar aan STAVDAar qcaluies
Dealer la alt kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Farmer's Ynrd and Wlnblltiff
Cor, WAsbington-av. nnd Twcntleth-st.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
7-1 (SECOND FLOOR) OHIO LEVEE,
Uut and Sell Heal Kstatb,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
A I prepare Conveyances of Kinds.
NO. 160 WASHINGTONj AVENUE
lias on hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
JOLOUKS, JEWELRY, ETC
I'Artlcular attention given to
REPAIRING FINE WATCHES.
The largest stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
IX Till CITT.
LKOAL NOTI0K is hereby i?iven that E. W.
Ktttri-lKP, pl iltu'.ir, has cumii.nccd au aa.
I nun to perit-v-l a d slrvn tot rent i-iinluit Joseph
llavl fs. defendant. Ill the circuit court ot Alex.
ander county, In tho state of Illinois, and that
Ihe time ami lUce of the return of summons In
, the caio Is tho third Monday In January, Wi,
a, llio wuun iiuubc in Lmro. iiiinoia
JOHN l). lUtUf AN, Clak.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON-AV.
S o c
HURGElt'S NEW STOCK.
MUSLINS, PRINTS, SHAWLS, ETC.,
On ol (lit moil attractive dlsdlays of
lo ths city.
comuercial avesuk, between elohtil
and Njntii Streets,
has tvery avauablo space In his store room
wim new t.oou. ins siooit la com
plete, comprising a beautiful
HUNTS, BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED
MCBL1NR, COTTON FLANNELS, ETC,
A splendid array of
Among which are the
.ewest atad Most Fashionable
.Colors and Materials,
He has a large stock of
on hand, which he will close out at a low figure
before the holidays aro over.
The ladies will find a large assortment of
which U' be sold cheaper than anything of the
kind ever sold In Cairo.
Mr. burger has laid Id an immense stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, RIBBONS, NOTIONS, NECK
which ha wilt sail cheaper than ths cheapest.
THE OLIVE RRANOH SALOON
Near Stono tk-pot,
RENT LOW, AND FIXTURES AT A BARGAIN
Ilooma for rsnt at 1 perimonth. ! Basemanu
I Tr ,W D. 0. LAWBBSCU.
Ohio Levee : : : : : Caibo, III.
obmss raOMTTLT iilld;
R. SMYTH & CO.,
M ( t ass
WHOLESALE GROCERS, J
A'so, keep constantly on hand a meat tm.
plete stock of
SCOTCH AND IRISH WBISUJM
Port, Msdoris, Sherry snd CsUwba Wines
B8MTTII A CO. sell exclusively for cash, to
. which fact they invite the especial ettaa
lion ef close bargain buyers.
Special attention given to Filling Order.
BANK ELECTION NOTICE.
AN election will lia held at the City rTatlona
Hank Tuesday. January s, 1871. tor seven dl
rectors. A. II. flAFFORD. Cashier.
The above reward will be naid br the nndsf
signed for information that will lead to Ihe aa
rertaln"ient ot the whereabouts and detention of
Mr. Jamea Smith, Sr., ol Washlnston, Illinois,
who left his homo on the 8th of December, In
els it, lor Chicago on business, and from thatcity
went to Cairo, where he arrived on the 8th, and
where all trace of him was lost. The peoullar
circumstances which surround the mysterlons
disappearance of Mr. Umlth, who is a respectable
oillKen oi n a.magiuD, ipau inevnaoiy 10 ine con
elusion that he has become Inaane Mr. Hmllh is
a geulle nan or about CO years of ace, ahoul Ore
feet seven iuches in hliht. weisha about ICS
pounds, very high forehead, cleanly shaved, with
tho exceptlun ot very small sule whiskers, wears
glasses when reading or wilting; had on, when
no left homo black overcoat, large blue comtort
for neck, tur cap, shoit black undercoat, whits
shin homo made, collar sewed on, and wore
Information In regard to Mr. Smith may be
bddressed to th undersUned, or to JUSEPS
Aitnuut', o-icciive, i-atro, ius.,wno is auiuur
lied lo act for them, and pay the reward above
otlercd. Officers ot .-(titans who may detain Mr.
Smith until Information can be sent to bis
lriends, aro part'cularly requested t treat him
with kindness and courtesy, a his absence from
. ..... Washlngion.llls:
eeember 1, IS7I, (3t)
FORWARDING and COJIAIISSION
M E II I'll ANTI
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
And A rats ef
Ohio Nlyar aad lfaaawla
70 Ohio Levee,
If CAIRO, ILLINOIS;
MRS. M. SWANDER.,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHINO GOODS,
Commercial Avenue, opposite Cilia
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WUAn
Made t order, or ReadyMadr.
Has received a full and complete stock of aooda,
the newest and completes! In Ihe city. Aa ltia
masse varity ol (
RIBBONS, LACES AND FRINGES
she oflra great Inducerosta to her patrons s4
all ethers to call on her.eianila tee prices, sis Us
snd quality of bar goods.
Mrs. Swaoder, having sold her properly, wW,
ll the whole of these goods at sad below eet.
Now Is the limn to pure base Conitaaae aeaxta
at the vary lowest prices,
er IMiI trie Pisjur, auu( mvbbib.