OCR Interpretation


The Cairo daily bulletin. (Cairo, Ill.) 1870-1872, December 22, 1871, Image 1

Image and text provided by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn88074142/1871-12-22/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

fie gif $ jjgjgk f ntlefiit
JOHN li. OUERLY & CO.
TUB MILS.
Aaaivr. orrAiT
North, Througn ftwt.tn. lOOp.m
i wr 2:20 pirn. 4:00 a.m.
South, Way IMS p.m. ;00p.m.
" Throuah N. O., Mem
phis and Columbus J.SOp.ui. 4:00p.ra,
Ohio niter route, except
Monday)- iOOp.m, f,.00p.m.
Iron Mountain R. It ifJOa.m. llioop. n.
ll. Hirer route, Tgesdsy
and Friday CiWp.rn, 7.oop.m.
Thebes, Clooiio Island A Santa
f e, Ilia., Thursday A Fri
day.. ; CM p.m. TiOQs.m,
Mayneld, Illnn-l villo and
Lovelace, Ky 11:00 a.m. 4.p.m.
orrica notm.
Cmernl Delivery 7i.T0a.ni.
(Sundays 8 to V a.m.)
Money Order department :00 a.m. 6.uo
Ilf-ufstcr I.W a.m. 6.00 p.m.
Monty Order ami Itejlsler, departments do
open on Sundays.
- -
OUR CHURCH KS.
Jt KailYTKIt IAN Bi)itli-Ktrrrt.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10j a. a., ami V,i r. u.
l'rayer meeting, Wedneaday al7l. r. h.
Sunday fkli'iol, 3 r. at. J. M. Laniden, Super
intendent. Hv. C. II. Foot, l'atr.
MKTHODIHr-Cur. Kighth anil Walnut Km.
1'rcnchlng, Sabbath a. and 7 r.
l'rayer mtetleg, Wednesday, 7JJ r. ,
Huriday8flhool.lr.li. I.. W. Btilwcll, Super
intendent. Iter. F. L.Thosuioii, Pastor.
CHUItCH UFTIIK UKI)EBMFJt-(Kplopl)
Morning prayers, habbath l3i .
Hrening praycrs.7Jr. m.
Sabbath School, 'Ji, .
Kvr. Ma. On, Hector.
Hr. I'ATHICK'S Cllt'KCII-Jor. Ninth St. and
Washington Avenue.
Nubile iervlce, Sabbath s$and 10); i.
Vespers, 3 r. at.
undsy School, i r. u.
Service every day, 8 r, u.
Iter. I'. J. O'IIallobah, I'rlesl.
VOU.NG MKN'd CIIKIHTIAS AMJOCIATlON-lter?.
Illar meeting second Monday each month at tie
I'rayrr room of the I'resbjtenan Church
Weekly l'rayer meeting, Friday, 1't r. at., at
he l'rayer room of the I'rcsbjterian church.
0. IMioii, President.
AFKICAN MKTIIOIJIST-Foiirteenth, between
Walnut an I Cedar.
Services, Sabbath, II a.m.
Sunday School, 1J4 r. .
Clan, 3 r. M.
BF.COND KltKB-WILLHAI'TlrlT-Fifleenth St.
I'reahin,7 r.u. llev. Win. Jackson, I'astor.
between Walnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbath, and 3 r. m.
Iter. N. Ittcss, I'astor.
FREE-WILL IIAITIrlTIIOMB MI.lllU.-i cUN
DAT bCHOOL Corner walnut and Cedar Bit.
Sunday School, 'J a. m.
11WT FIIKK WILL IIAI'THT CHURCH-Cur-
ry'a IJarrack.
Services, rlabbilh 11 A. sr., 3 r. M. and 7K r. n.
IteT. W. Kbllbt, Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONARY 1IAITIST CHURCH-Het-ween
10th and 11th streets, nearCelar.
Freachlnr Sabbath 'A a. m., and ",' r. x.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday evening.
Pleaching, Friday evening.
Habbnthtvhool, 1'; r. m. John Van llaater and
alary Mephem Siierintendent9.
Iter.TJ.Slloar.a. I'asto
STATE OFFICERS.
STATK OFl-'ICKItS.
tioTernor, John M. I'almcr ;
Meutenant'GoerDor, John Dougherty ;
Secretary of State, P,lw;d liummel ;
Auditor of State, C. 1". I.ipj.incoil i
State Treasurer, K. N. llatea ;
Supt. Public Inatruction, Newten Ilateman.
CON G 11KSSM E N
ienatora Lyman Trumbull and John A. Logan.
Representative for the State at Ur;f-I, I.
llaterldie.
RepreiontatlT Thirteenth Diitrict John M"
Creba.
MEMBERS OENEUAL ASSEMBLY.
Senators lt District T. A. H. Holcomb, ol
Union, and S.K. Gi!on,of Oallatin.
RepreentatlTe, lt Di.trlct U. Watson Webb:
COUNTY OFFICERS.
CIItCUlT COURT.
Judce D. J. Raker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney J. F. McCartney, ol
Massac
Circuit Clerk Jno. Q. II arm an.
Hhenfi-A. II. Inln.
Win. Martin, Aiseasor and Treasurer.
COUNTr COURT.
Judee F. llross.
Associates J..K. JlcCrlte and S. Marchlldon.
Clerk Jacob G. I.Tnch.
Coroner John II. fiosiman.
J1UX lJii ivu uuiiiii.un".i.
Mayor John M. Lnsden.
Treasurer J. H. Taylor.
Comptroller-K. A. Ilurnett
Clerk Michael Howley.
Jtarshal Andrew Cain.
Atlnrner I'. H.I'one.
l'ollco Macntratea P. Ilrosi and ft. Hhan-
cessy,
Chief ot Police L. II. M)cra.
BKLECT COUNCIL.
Mayor John M. Lansden,
Fimt Ward-l'. O. Sshuh.
Second Vfard C. It. Wooaward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Staata Taylor.
Cltynt-Large W. P. Halliday and D. Htird.
HOARD Of ALDERMKN.
FIRST WARD James Bearden,
Leo Kleb,
Isaac Walden.
P.O'JN'D WARD R. II. Cunningham,
R. Ruder,
Henry Winter,
James Swayne.
THIRD WARD Wm. Stratton,
Patilck Fitigetald
OlIRTH WARD-Jame Carroll.J
G. II. Souse,
J.H.Metcnlf.
Time of Meeting,
CITI COVNCll.
The City Council meets In Joint aeaaion on
rrlday eenln prcceulng the flrnt Monday ol
aacn tnoatiu
L..a.iai rmmcil meets en the first Wednes
day and Thursday, alter tho accond Monday In
each month.
mard or Atraa
The Board of Aldermon meets cn the firs
Monday and Tueaday in every monin.
On JS(r(s-Mcasrs. Taylor, Walder, Winter,
cod and Metcalf.
i)rafiwie-Mcisrs. Cunningham, Schuh, Fltiger-
1 a .! ITnlllilaV.
aid, pr "V-
r....Maara. Wood. Cunninsliam anal Kleb.
r. .nd Jdi-Moasrs. Carroll, Ruder and
R7nn I tvar.l
a.,: Mr. sease. Walder and Taylor.
Firt XiMir(mnt-MeBsr. Rearden, Bwayne and
lly: o.v..... ri-i. I h.
Aarwrj aioaara. ouiiuh, himwi .
Stnaue ceaarn. iii .V n
r riacun 1110
Mi.fttartton and Cairoll
PROPRIETORS.
THE BULLETIN.
MAUAZIMEM.
SCRIBNEU'S
MOITTHLY,
An lllutt ruled Jlfagaxinc,
KDITKI) I1V J, 0. HOLLAND.
Author of JhlUr Nitttl," " Katlirina," " TinMn
Tlwmli Mten," lie.
Till mairiilne. which lu rlnen o r.ni.llr In
popular latnr, tin now Iwcn
(JHKATI.Y KNIjAKOKD,
ami ilt boatdl further ImprorcddurlnKthecom.
uK rear,
A crlea l papera by Mr. OlaiUlone, prime
mlnlnlcr of Knuland, will ehortly '(. ,r ; altn,
an AMn Ilincuxlon ot the, National ilanklnir Hv-
Iitti of thl country; net, ,tory hy Mr. Oil-
! ,wiiiiT-ii, riu , t-i.i. 1 win,", vyktj nurn
vr will jt rich tn .linnur .inrlr.. Illmlralnl mil
cle of popular ajlencc, pocina,enay, editcrmU
and ri'Ticwa, eic.
.The Mi'j.crlption prlcit It 4l.no per year, piya
Ue inaltince.
To enblo all parties to commence with tlin
r.erlc, which wo nr aure will ha worthr of care
fill piesertallon, u will .end to ny dealer or
hew nulwriber, the 12 number ol vulmn.a I. mail
,1. Kir f 1."', ir inf. I. nuilHNl urier (II Jtilil T,
172. for 11.60.
Iliowliolc will eootaln
MOItK THAN 3,000 I'AOK.S,
more than i.0 Hrllliantly Wrlllen Artlclei, and
nearly (U Completed Htoriea,Tn.e ol Adventure,
Wit and lliiinur, I'ociin, ic combining with
theo the blet dlliiriliU and the tnoat tjeainfuj
lllmtratloni, fome of them Mid by the critici tu
! fully .iul to the work of (imtnie Uore.
W iitoie, n falilv r.pre.entii) lh Keneral
eentlrnent o: the newapaper preln reirardto tho
Monthli, the follow iriK from trie lluiTalo Corn.
mercial Advertin-r
'HC'ltlllNKllM MONTH I. V Ik a unlendld am.
ce. It haa takin Ita place In the front rank of
me erioiiiPai9 ui ;nn wuri'i. jo trie oeniity n it,
typoKraphical appearance, l!ie perfection of Ita
llluatrationa, trie larietT of Ita readlni! matter.
and the TiKur of li eintonala, ami, In Ktni r.il,
Kood ani moral Intluenci., It la n publ.rat'on ot
which America ahould feel proud."
Itemit in Cluck or I'. O. money ordera.
Knr a'e by all dealcra.
8CHIIINKU &CO.,
U14 IlronJwuy, New-Yrk.
1872.
ECLECTIC MAGAZINE
or
Foreign Literature, Science ami Art.
K.taUiahed In IM(. the r.CI.P.CTICentera with
the January number upon the twenty-eighth year
of its eiiatence. This fact alone apeaks much for
the character of the publication, for no magaxlne
could hare lued no long amid the fierce riratry
and competition to which It haa been subjected
without po'teaslng. high degree of merit and
meeting a well-denned want- but it Is not too
much to sar that, during all iheae yeara, the KC
LF.CT10 haa been recogolted aa theableat expo
nent in America of that fast intellectual actlrlty
which finds eipresaion In the periodical literatute
of Europe. The plan of the LCLF.C 110 is 'o nc.
leci irnni ine neiu inua outuneu, an inoae arti
cle., Ksaaya, Retiewa, Tale., Storlea, and Bio
graphical Bketchea. which are likely to prote en
teitalnlog. Instructive and permanently Taluable;
and It rommenda itaelt especially to that great
lxdy of lntelllgent,radera who aeek profit aa well
aa amustment in solid and healthful literature.
Resides the lonzer articles, which themselves
ret resent 1 very variety of subiecta. the F:lectic
has five editorial departments Literary Notices,
roreign i.urrirv .otea, science. Art, anil arie
ties. The volumes for If 72 will not lie leia attractive
than tho.o which preceded them. With increas
ing facilities and increasing patronage, thocom
Ing vohitnea will bo more thorou;hly repretenla
live than evr bfore of trie teat Intellectual
pregrcaa of the limes.
TEftMd single copies, 15 cents 1 one copy, one
)eor,tl, two coniet, on year, J , live copies,
one year, JJO. Agents wanted W get tip clubs.
Aiiuresa
R. E. I'ELTON, I'ul.llilier. ,
ma ruiton Street, Now-lork.
KBWNPAPRK.
THK XKW YORK
EVENING POST
ion 1873.
PBIOK.S IIKIH EI-
We will supply the i:enmg Post as iolls:
DAILY.
One year 12 '
ror snorter perious 11 rpr manwi
WEEKLY.
Single Copy one year H oC
rivo copies w
Ten " " " - -12 10
Twenty ' - 20 (0
SEMI-TVEKKLY.
Single Copy one year S3 "
Five Copies " " - 12 M
Ten Copies " w
Or we will send the following periodicals to
subscribers, in connection with the Eitninn tor,
at the prices named i
With With
Weekly Semi-Weekly
Evenlnz Post. Kiculne Post.
Harper's Weekly W G 00
narptr a uatar
Harpcr'a Magatlne 4 to o 00
Every Saturday & 00 6 SO
Atlantic Monthly 4 00 M
Our Young Folks 3 00 IU
Scribner'a Monthly 4 to to
ine tiainzy -i uu -
The Agriculturist :i W
Hearth and Home -3 .' f
Christian Union 3 W 6 00
To each subscr bcrtothe i.Ttm13 ivnand tnn.
linn Union for ono year will be Kent two exquisite
French Oil ChromOs, entitled "Wide Awake" and
Fast Asleep," which aro worth at retail Sio for
the oair.
TRY IT! TRY IT 1 1
For 2i cents wo will send the Weealy Evening
Post from new until January 1, or for M cents wo
will tend the semi-Weekly Post during tho same
time.
Specimen nrmbera of the Evening Post sent
iree.
Address
WM.C.HRTANT, 4 CO.
rew Voile.
INSURANCE.
"TRIUMPH.'
THE TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO
Ol Clncinnntl.
isiets MO,ono 00
Solicits all kinds ot risks.
r. nitoisN,
ocU7tf Agent, Cairo, la.
NItilV WniTEH.
CARL L. THOMAS,
b now propatcd 10 reiponJ promptly lonUUe
BIIOr-COR. 8ril-8T. AND COMMERCAL-AV
III (lie Perry Home,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
noT2SJ.lt
tiii: Ai.nixi;.
PROSPECTUS FOR 1872
FIFTH YEAH.
A Representative and Champion of Amtrt
can Art.
THE LDIlsT.ZEJi
An Illustrated Monthly Journal claimed t
be the handtome.il Paper in the
World.
"fjlre my love totho artist workmen of THE
.U.l'IM, who are striving to make their prorcs
Ion worthy of admiration lor beauty, as it naa
Iways been for usefulness," lltnry ward lieethtr
THE AUlISK, while Issued with all the reg
ularity, haa niie of the temporary or timtty inter
est characteristic of ordinary periodicals, It ir
annlegant mlscellancy of pure, light, and grace
lul literature, and a collection of pictures, th
rarest specimen ot artistic sk'll, in black and
white. Although each succeeding number nllorda
a fresh pleasure tc Ita friends, the real value and
beauty of 1 HE ALDINi: will be most appreciated
niter it has been bound at theclo.o of the year
While other publications may claim superior
cheapness aa compared with rltals ofof a similar
class, TDK ALDINi: is n unlrpionJd original con
coptlon alono and nnapproached absolutely
without competition In price or character. The
possessor 01 the volume Juit completed cannot
dupllraiH the quantity ol fine paper and cngrar
inua In any other ahape or number ot lolumes
for ten times its cost,
I bo labor of getting THK A LDIN E ready on the
preas Is so great that reprinting la eul of the loca
tion, With tho excel tion ol a email number
specially reserved for lunditM, the edltioni! ol
1671, Is already exhausted, and it la now n scan
l well at valuable book,
NEW FEATURES FOR 1872.
Art Icirirliiicut.
Tho f nthuslKMlc support eo readily accorded
to tt.i-lr enterprise, wherever it has Wnintro
linked, hna innvlnccd the publishers of lilt
AI.DI.NK of the soundness of their theory that
the Aiiieric.in public wuud ricoguiteand heartily
support any sincere etlurt too.evatc tho tono and
standard of Illustrated publications. That so
laany wenkly wlcaed sheets extt and thrive Is
not evidence that there la no market tor anylnrtg
brtler indeed theeiieresaof THE AI.DINE from
the start i dtrcct proof of the contrary. Willi a
iKipul.ttioii so vast, and of such varied taste, n
publisher can thoose his patrons, and his pap. r Is
rather Indicative of his own than of the taste of,
the country. As a guarantee of the cxceller.tc ol
tlila iieinrtmcnt,the publishers would beg to an.
nouneo during the corning year, specimens from
the tnlicmlog eminent Amcm-an aitista i
W.T. ItiiiiAStia, lmMiut I'riiiM,
Wv. ILkT, F. O. C. liAUirt,
Wai. llrAUP, Victor Nriiuo,
(.-toanr. mii,i:t, Wu. II Wilcox,
Am. Will, James II. IlrAKD,
Jixts Snurr It. E. llot'tr,
IstaalltAab, I'Ati Dixox,
J. How.
These pictnrrs aro being reproduced without
regard to Mpno by the very beat enuraveia in
thocoiimry, and will bear llin ecerest critical
comparison with the best lorcigo worn, It being
the iletrintnotinn of the put li.hers that THK
ALDINi: ahall bo n siicnfiil indication ol
American taste In compel. tion with any existing
publication In the world.
Literary Ilciinrtmciit.
Where as much attention Is paid to illustration
and get up of the work, too much dependence on
avutaranu may very naiurnllv lie feared. To an
ticipate snch mi'Riviiigs, it is only necerrary to
state, that the editorial management cl THh
ALtilNEhas ten entruste.l to Ma. H1CHAKD
IIKNRV STODDARD, who has received a-sur-ances
of assistance irom ahust of the most popu
ar writers and poctaof the country.
The Volume lor IVT'-i
will contain nearly t'O pages, and atntit SM fine
enrravings. Commencing with the number for
January, avcry third number will contain a beau
tiful tinted picture on plate bapcr, Iniertcd as a
frontipiece. ,, , ,
The Christmas nhmber for 1672, will be a splen
did volume In Itseir. containing lifiy engraungi,
(four In tint) aud, although retailed u' 81 will bo
sent without extra charge to all yearly etib.
scrib.rs.
A Chroino to Eiery fiiibifrllx-r
was a very popular lealtiro tint ) car, and will bo
repeated witli the proent volume, The pub
lishers have purchased an 1 reproducer, nt great
expense, tho beeiiting by Sua, cn.illeil "Dame
Nature's School." Tnecnruro Is 11x13 Inches,
ani Is an exact fac-slmllclnslioand appearance,
of tn original picture. No American chroino,
which willat nil compare Willi It, has jet been
tr..r.,i at retail fnrlesa than the tinea a.ked for
THE AI.DINE and it tjgtther. It will be deliv
ered free, wlih the January number, to every
IiiiiV.iiJr-r ntia raistor one jeai- In advance.
Terms for lSa.
Out tbnv. aa yur, mth Oi Vhromo,.... tS 00
ilJ.:.. i. to 00
Any tx-rson sending 10 name and Slo will re
eivo an extra copy of grntis, making 11 copies
'or tho money. , ,
Any person wishing to work for apremium, can
i.nvA not- rircrmnm circular on application we
give many beaulilul and desirable articles offered
y no oiner p:ipcr.
Anv person wishing to act, permanently, as ou
rent, will apply, trim itlirtnct, uncloslug Jl fc
outfit. .
J.VMI.I Nlyl lll.l V .,
ruDhismns.
J3 Liberty Street, w York.
MIStl.M.ANI.Ot'S.
II. LEVY k CO.,
pntrr.s 15
HIDES AND FURS,
AVOOI,, I'KATIIEIW, i:T'.,
93 ohio levee.
Cairo, Illinois.
noUtt
P.L. HUYETT, & SOX,
.mporters.SIanufaoturera and Jobbers of
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
ISrnih niitl Wermnii Nller
B A N D IKSTR UMENTS,
No. 26 S. Tiiinu Street,
oclOdSm. NT. LOUIS, MO.
WIIMDI SAIMAN.
COaMIll IIAl'CMTIXt
BAUMAN & HAUENSTINE
CiVIL AND Ml.CH ANICAL
ENGISEEHS AND ARCHITECTS,
HroHH IlitlldltiR1. comer r.levcnlli tr
and oiaiiirrt'tai live,, vuiro, ins,
TI.ANS AND SPKCIKlCATIOHforal tiranc iei
X of Civil Knglneering nnd Architecture, such
a Midi lor Counties. District or Corporations.
... 1 i.i...i..inn. r... cin...n n.,,, u.is.
liana Ull'l uiiuiiiu,iuip iui ukvnm ni,, num
l ower, lur muueuini j.piiiuiisniiitTuif, iui iit.ii,
atone or Wooden tiridgt s. lor ctiurcnes, uour
louscBa"d oilier riitnio nuiidings, uusiness nnu
Dwellintr Houses. Cottages, etc. etc., liirnished
Hliortt notice .vuau
KINDLING.
SAVK TUOURLK AND KXPKNSE.
To lloiiNClteeierHi ,
Michael Ilowdwlli fiirniih biave Knclorv Kind
ling nice, dry. already-cut wood, In any part
tile city, lor I. Ml a wagon load,
Here la a way to sau Incalculable trouble
vmir household.
Leave orders at Mcflaiiley' ditig store, or ml
dress them to Mkliuel Dowil, llirunvli the pos,.
office. Nov 1ft if
PETE SMITH,
May bo found ot Heed A JIuuii's from
ward. Any work In the
RLA0KSM1 THING LINK
will receive prompt attention.
Jforse-Shocing,
and u general blacknmlthlng business carried
(live him a trial' novUtf.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER
a
i
e
:
X
M
It
a
u
e k
t
i
o
;
la
i
H
w s
y-i.
SO
V2
CD
t
CD
CD
rH
c3
ii
n
e
s
d
n
S
;
-
(8
02
n
o
n
o
H
03
03
W
A
w
A
-st
W
W
w
Hi
H
03
A
O
CD
ts
l-H
ft
ID
4h
O
XII
CD
l-H
XII
m e
3
m
CD
05 1
e
CD
3
a
o
o
o
o
CO
I
o
523
o
t
if
rH
p
O
CD
3
rH
O
in
:
3
Xfl
CD
O
b
r.
Et
""as
BaS
6 B
i
la
of
In
on,
it
o
B
B
22. 1871.
nitruM.
BARCLAY BROS...
74:
OHIO T.RTKE,
Caibo, Ills
IDIRTTO-Q-ISTS
SARATOGA SPRINGS
IX rl'LL BLAST
AT ItAllCLAYs' DIlUa STORE.
Fcmh .HcrrLv, Daily.
IMOOKINO BIRD FOOD
AIL BCAAT rOB CIS WITHOl'T VBOl'BIt
A.T Rarclatb'.
II K L l II 0 L D'g
GRAl'K f Catawba 1 ffankvr. i TILLS
CATAW11A I.J OHA1T. .
GRAPE (cATAWHA ) h I OftAPK ) PILLS
ASH A LI nr
ii k v ii n 1. 1 n n i: n i :i .v eh
FRESH VROU KIHST HANDS,
Always In stock In large snpply, and fsr ssl by
Dnrclny Ilroa.
FBE3H BLtJE XilOIC
juht ii r. c 1 1 v i ii
ASP
orNnlnby tbeCilnaw Ho Hie r Gallon
AT BARCLAYS'.
Extra .Fine Coloqne;
"Genuink IuroRTED Extracts;
s?-Hair, Tooth and Nail IIruihes
laaylNDiA RunuER Nuivserv Goa"
AT
SA.E.CjjA.lrT BEOS.
PURE WHITE LEAD
AND
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Dest grades in largo stock and va
riety, very cheap;
also;
Full Line ok Colors,
DBT AND I -I OIL',
Paint Brushes, Linseed Oil,
Whitewash P Jtha Turpentine,
Varnishes Kte, etc.,
ALL BINDS AtlD ITAHDABD QVAL1TIM
a.
FAMILY OROCEHlEn.
LOUIS JORGBNSKN,
Dealer In all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
GBOCEBIES.
Farmer's Yard nud Htabllna;
WITHOUT CIIAROE.
Cor. Wisbiugtou-av. and Twcnt'tctli-Bt,
CAIRO. ILLS.
Jy27dtr.
LEGAL NOTICE.
LEdAL NOTICE is hereby Riven that K. W.
Klttrldee, plaintiff, has comm. need an ac
tion to perfect a distress tor rent against Joseph
Uavlisa, delendant, In the circuit court ot Alex
ander county, in tho state of Illinois, and that
i lie tune ami place or trie return ot summons in
the case is tho third Monday In January, 187'',
at the eouit house in Cairo, Illinois.
JUiia iiAiuiAr., uer.
toflW29t.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF (IAIIIO.
DANILL HllIILi, President ;
HOHKtvr W. MILLER, Vice .President 1
C. N. HU0HE8, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADEJ
EXCIIANCE, coin, hank notes and United
States securities bought and sold.
Interpol Allowed on Time Ueposjlla.
HKAt. F-NTAfF. AflF.NT.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
AMI
AUOTIONKRS,
71 (BKCONl) I'LOOlt) OHIO LEVIE,
CAIRO, ILLS.,
Uuv and Sell Heal Kstatk,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
it I prtfara ConTayaaees of Kinds.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON-AY.
; s
o
PL,
o
a
'J
Q
O
o
at
1
o
0)
ta2
c?
o
te
CS
a
o
If
B
a)
35 rjaf
O Ct3
B3
w
O
55
S3
2
0
ill
IN
H
4
03
1
w
H
H
D
tn
v.
o
8
)
"c
a
k.
-a
o
u
Q
M
H
v.
.-?
XT.
2 a
w
o
l-H
cn
cn
H
O
o
3
i
M
2
ir.
.so
O
a
Cr3
W
'A
ss
3 2
c o
3
z s
0
0
W
Mr3 65
2 2
o
ft
w
o
a
w
8
o
P3
r3
c
a
M
EH
rj
a
n
w
w
o
cs
o
IS
i
sc B.
13.
3 m
H
SB !
X H i
0
'S g
-2 a,
P
a c
U o
to -
i
HUNGER'S NEW STOCK.
MUSLINS, PRINTS, SHAWLS, ETC.,
One el Hie most attractive dlsdlay of
DRY GOODS,
lq the city.
CT. BTJIRGKEIR,,
C'OUMKBCIAL AVEMUE, UtTWF.KN EldUTH
and Ninth Strrrts,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
has every available spaco in his store room tilled
with New (iooda. His stock is com
plete, comprising n beautiful
selection of
P III NTS, lll.EACIIED AND UNBLEACI1KII
MU8LINK, COTTON FLANNELS, ETC,
A splendid array of
DBESS Q-OOIDS
Among which are the
Keweat and Mont Fnsjhlonable
'.Colois and Materials.
He has a largo stock of
FURS
on html, which lie wilt close out at a low flguro
tiefure the holidays are over.
The ladles will tind alargu assortment of
CLOAKS
AND
WOOLEN SHAWLS,
which ll' he aald cheaper than anrlhlng of the
kind ever sold in Cairo,
Mr. Durgerhas laid in an Immense stock of
BOOTS, I1I0KR, RIUBONB, NOTIONM, NKCK
TIE, ETC.,
which he will sell cheaper than the cheapest,
Udeclm.
HUCEIXANEOITN.
FOR RENT. .
THE OLIVE RRANCII SALOON
Near Stone Depot.
RENT LOW, AND KIXTU11ES AT A 11 All
Booms for rent at 1 per;inonth, and UasemenU
f0f D, C. liWBENCK.
deoiiltw
noAT htohkr.
SAM WILSON,
BIAlll t !
BOAT 8TOE13 j
O RO t'XBIXR,
PROVISIONS, ETC.
No. 119
Onto Lkvkb : : : : i Cairo, III
OBDRBI PBOMrTLT riLLBD.
W1IOI.GHALE CltOCEata.
R. SMYTH & 00,,
tlllilltllNtilUMtaM amaaif
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO LEVEE
CAIRO. ILliINII,
A'io, keep constantly on hand a tneat
plete stock of
isK-axroiia.
SCOTCH AND Iltlgll WHISEIM
-a I N 8,
Port, Madorla, Sherry nnd Cntawb Wine
BBatYTH A CO. sell exclaslrely for eaah, U
"hlch fact they Invite the especial atten
tion ef close bargain buyers.
Special attention yiven to Filling Order.
BANK ELECTION NOTICE.
AN election will ha held at the City Nallooa
Hank Tuesday, January 9. 1872, tor aevtn d I
rectors. A. B. cl AFFORD, Cashier.
decVdtd.
8100 REWARD.
Information "Wanted.
The above reward will be paid fay the undsr
signed for information that will lead to the aa
certalnment ol the whereabouts and detention of
Mr. James Smith, Sr., ot Washington, Illinois,
who left his home ou the 8th ol Xiecember, in.
stajt, torChlcagoon business, and from lhatcily
went to Cairo, where he arrived on the 8th, and
a he re all trace of him was tost. The peculiar
cir?umstncea which aurround the mysterious
disappearance of .Mr. Smith, who la a respectable
cltlien of Washington, lead inevitably to the con
elusion that he has become insane. Mr. Smith Ii
a geutleinan of about GOyears of age, about fire
feet seven Inches in hfeht. weirrha about lr.',
pounds, very high forehead, cleanly shaved, with
the exceptlun ot very smalt side whiskers, wears
glasses when reading or writing; had on, when
he left home, black overcoat, large blue comtort
for neck, tur cap, short black undercoat, whits
shirt home made, collar sewed ou, ana wore
arctic overshoes.
Information In regard to Mr. Smith may he
bddressed to th undersign-, or to JU8KPS
AHNOLU, detective, Cairo, Ills., who is author
Itedto act for them, and pay the reward above
otlered. Ofllctra oi cltliens who may detain Mr.
Smith until iuformation can be sent to his
tnends, aro particularly requeated le treat him
with kindness and courtesy, aa his absence front
4.tea....wf,r,cnjranic to rio crime.
JAMES SMITH A SO" 8,
ecemberl,U7I. (31) W,,hiD,D' '
GENERAL AQKRTS.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS: '
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
And A ants of
Ohio Hirer ad Uaaawksi
SALT COMPAKIBW
70 Ohio Levee,
f CAIRO, ILLINOIS
HIIAINBRS.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
AK
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Cuuiiaerclal Avenue, oppoalle Mil
sssaaa xsay itiorBB'B
Cairo, Illimoid.
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WKAR
Made te order, or Ready-Made.
Una received a full and complete stock of good,
the nearest aud completest In the city. An la
mco.o varlty ot
KIUDONS, LACES AND FRINGES
she offers great Inducemsta to bar patreas aa
all others to call on her.examla ts prlesa, style
and quality of her ,ioodsi
Mrs. Swandcr, having told her prorty, will
sell the whole of these goods ai aad MtowaaM.
How Is the time to purchas CsVulanaa tasMka
tt the very lowest trie.
AIV

xml | txt