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JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
North, Through - IiWn.m. toop.m
" Way 2:20 pirn. 4:00 a.m.
nuth, Way 12.13 p.m. ;W p.m.
" ThrouKh N. 0., Mem
phis nnd Columbus 2.30 p.m. 1.00 p.tn,
Ohio Itlver route, (except
Monday) ;Oop,m, i;.0ip.m.
Iron Mountain K. It 2:30a.m. Ilsiup. n.
Mli. lilvrr route, Tuesday
ami Friday O.nop.m, 7.(flp.m.
Thebes, Cloose Island & Hanta
Fe, III:)., Thursday A Fri
day ; C;lp.m. TiWt.in,
Mnyfleld, Illandnllo and
Lovelace, Ky 11,00a.m. 4.iip,m. J
orricr. iioi'rs. i
fleneral Del I my ItMn.m,
(Sundays sto'J a.m.) !
Money Order department -.CO a.m. 1.M
Hegiatcr 1 " 8:00 a.m. 6.X)p.m,
Money Order und Iteflaleri department no
open on Bundays.
I'reachlng, HaMiath at 10', a. m and iyt i. u.
Prayer meeting, Wedneaday at IVi r. tt.
Sunday Hchnol, 3 r. . J. M. Lanaden, Super
intendent. Itetr. C. II. Footp, I'aiUr.
JIETIIOIHHT-Cor. Kighlh and Walnut Hi..
Preaching, Habbath I0 a.m., and 7 r. h.
I'raycr meeting, Wedneaday, 7; r. x.
Sunday School .3 r. h. I.. W. btilwell, Super
intendent. Iter, F. L.THONraoif, I'aator.
CltUKCII OFTI1F. UF.DF.KMEIMKpl'Copal)
Morning prayers, Habbath Wx A. m.
Sabbath School, J a, n.
Her. M a. Col, Hector.
ST. PATKIUK'S CHUKCH-Jor. .Ninth St. and
.'ublic furvlce, Sabbaths and 1UJ; a. m
Veapera, 3 r. w,
unday School, 2 r. m.
Service erery day, sr..
Iter. P.J. O'HtLLoaAK, Prlrat.
VOUNO MEN'S CHHI&TIAN AWVXHATIO.V-Hrg-
tilar meeting second Monday each month at lb
Prayer room of the Presbyterian Church,
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7 r. m., at
.he Prayer room of t lie Preibyterian church.
C. Paaaooi. President.
AFKICAS MKTIIODIiT-Fourteenth, between
Walnut ani Cedtr.
rJertkei, Sabbath, II a.m.
Sunday School, r.x.
Ciaaa 3 p. m.
BECOND FHEE-WlLLIIAITLST-KifleeDth HI.
Preaching,?; p.m. Iter. Win. Jacicaon, I'aator.
between Walnut and Cedar.
Serricea Sabbath, IK d 3 p. x.
Iter. X. Iticas, I'aator.
FIIEE-WILL HAPTIrtTHOME MlaslU fcUN
DAT gCH MO L Corner walnut and Cedar Sts.
BundayScbool, 9 a. m,
flltST FItF.E WILL IIAPTIST CHtJHCH-Cur-
Service", Wabbith 11 a. m., 3 p. m. and 7', p. m.
Iter. Wm. KriLrr, paator.
FltlVT MtU4If)VAttY IIAPrlVT (Ml It Ilf 1 t U-l.
wren loth and 11th .treet, nearCelar.
Preaching abbath ioy, a. M.,and 7.'; p. x.
Peayer Meeting. Wednesday evening.
I'reachlni, Friday evening.
Fabbath fcsdiool, IVJ r. M. John Van Ilaxter and
alary Stephens Superintendents.
Iter. TJ.Hiioru, I'a.to
SI AT1-. Ur r IU1. H.T.
Ooyernor. John M. Palmer i
Ueutenant-Gorcrnor, John hougherty :
Secretary of State, Edward Hummel ;
Auditor of State, C. E. I.ipplncoit i
SUteTrea.urer, E. N. llato i
Supt. Public Inatructlon, Hewten Ilateman.
Senators Lyman Trumbull and John A. I.ogan.
P.epreaentatlre for the Slate at I-arge J. I.
Repreaentatlre Thirteenth Diitrict John M
MEJIBE1US GENEKAL ASSEMBLY.
Senitora?lt Diatrlct T. A. E. Holcomli. ol
Inlon, and 9. K. fiiUon.of CiiUitln.
Itepretentatlre, 1st W.trict II. Wataon Wrbb:
COUNT YOFF I C E IIS.
Judge I). J. Uaker, of Alexamter.
Proiecutlng Attorney J. F. Mcdrtuey, ol
Circuit Clerk Jno. Q. Ilarman.
onerin A. it. irvin.
Wm. Martin, Ataeaaor and Treaiurer.
Judge F. Ilroas.
Asjoclatea J..E. McCriteand S. Marchlldon.
Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Goasman.
Mayor John M. Ltnaden.
Treaiurer J. H. Taylor.
Comptroller B. A. Burnett
Clerk Michael How ley.
Manhal Andrew Cain.
Attorney r. II. Pope.
Police Magntratea F, Hro ami II. Hhan
Mayor John M. Lanaden,
First Ward-P. O. Sjhuh.
Second Vfard C. It, Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward 8. Staats Taylor.
Clty-at-Lnrgc W. P. Halllday and I). Ilurd.
JlOAltD OF ALDERMEN.
IR3V WAKD Jamea Reardcn,
CONDWAHU-It. H. Cunningham,
HIUD WAKD Wm. Stratton,
OURTH WAItO-Jamet Carroll,
Time of Mating.
The City Council meets In Joint aeaaion on
'ridny erenlng prccoulng the firat Monday ol
The Select Council meets on the II rut Wednea-
ay and Thuraday, alter tho accond Monday in
BOARD OP ALDER
Tho Board of Aldermon moota on the lira
'onday andTucbday in every month.
COMMITTEES OK THK COUNCIL.
On S(refi-Meira. Taylor, Walder, Winter,
ood and Hetcalf.
Vrainagt esra.v.unqiijgniim,ocilun, riltger
JJ, Bettoand Halllday.
Cmmj Messrs, wood, Cutinmgliam and Klcb.
IUci and Jiil-Messrs. Carroll, Under and
Oriinanttt Messrs. Seoso, Walder and Taylor.
tire Department Messrs. Iteurilen, Swayue and
"V! .... ........ .
unrKUi aJ6sr. nonun. tvinier ana a.
I'rinUng Meisrs.Wodward. Swuyneand Iluder
Hnnn Kesara. liuu, ntratton and Motcall
at ttealh Tho Mayor, andj Mrasrs, He
Mi, fttarlton aud Cairoll
rilUT? DTTT T TifTiTXT
THE TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO,
t"ets 'Jf)ftra 00
SoMcila nil kinds ol rlaks.
uet27l Agent, Cairo. Is.
'or, Mli-M- iiml 'oiiiiiirrelnl-fiT.
Clenn Towela and
crjidiH' and children' hair rut and aham
pooed, eltherat tho ahop or at Ihi-ir own homea.
arfipntlemeii'p whl.kera a.i l h Ir dyed lo a
artiaUcir. oner. HilMactioti icuranlnoil.
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ft p-r munth
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at the pricea named i
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llarprr'a Ilaxar, .4 M
Harper'a Magazine 4 60
Erery Saturday S U)
Atlantic Monthly 4 ()
our Young polka
i ne aiaxy
The Agriculturist ...3 fin
Hearth and Home
Christian union J Ut
To each aubacr lr tothe i.'trnmj biand 0in
(inn Vntnn lot one year will I pent two exqulaitr
French Od Cliro-no, entitled "Wide Awake" and
"Faat Aaleep," which are worth at retail tlOfor
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For 25 centa we will send tho Weekly Erenlng
Poat from new until January 1, or for WJ centa we
will lend the aemb Weekly Poat during the aame
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WM. C, IIIlrANT, A CO.
An Jltiiftrated Magazine,
EDITED II V J. o.
Author of Bitter Sice't." " Kathnna,
iiimmo i lAuertt t.xe.
This masanne. which haa rlarn an rum, Hi- In
popular lavor, haa now been
and will I still further improred during ttiecom.
A perlea ol papers by Mr. Gladstone, prime
minister of England, will ahortly apetr i alao,
an Able Diacusalon ol the National ilanklngbya-
icm oi una country i a new a lory oy Jlrs. Oll
phant la promiaed, etc., etc. i whilst ,.rery num
ber will In) rich 111 shorter rtorlra. lllu.lrnlnt aril.
cles of popular science, poeina, raaaja, editorials
i ruriewn, cil.
The aub-crintlon nrlco la il.OO nor pr. inn.
bin in adrance.
To enable all parties to rommence with the
series, which we are sure will be worthy of care-
iui preserrauon, we win aenu to ny dealer or
new aubarriber, the I'.' number ot volumca I. ami
II. for tl.oo, or the 11 numbers prior to .lanuntv,
17., for 11.40.
The whole will contain
MORE THAN 3,000 l'AGES,
morn than SOO Brilliantly Written Articles, and
nearly loo Completed Stories, Tales ol Adreuture,
Wit and Humor, Poems, lc, combining with
these the ablest editorials and the most beautiful
Illustrations, some of them said by the critics to
be fully equal to the work of Giittare Dore.
We quote, as fairly representing the general
aentimeut of the newspnperpresaln reganl lo tho
Monthly, tho following from tho IlLillalo Com
"SCIl INKtt'd MONTHLY la a snlemlul am.
cess. It has takf n Its placo in the front rank of
uiu periouiuais ui .lie worm, in tne beauty nr its
typographical appearan;e, tho perfection of it
lllualrations, the varictr of Its readlni; mutter.
and the vigor of its editorials, and, In general,
good ann moral Influence, It Is a publication ot
which America should feel proud,"
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Foreign Literature, Science and Art.
Established In 1814, tiieEOLECTIC enters with
the January number upon the iWfmty.clghth year
of its eztstonce. This fact alone speaks much for
the character of tho publication, for no magazine
could have lived so long amid the fierce rivalrr
and competition to which It has been suhjscle,!
without possessing high degree of merit and
meeting .a well-defined want; but it is not too
much to say that, during nil these years, tho EC
LECTIC has been recognized as tho ablest expo
Dent in America of that vast intellectual activity
which finds expression In theneriodlrnl literature
of Europe. Tho plan of the ECLECTIC is lo se.
led from tho field thus outlined, all thoso arti
cles, Essays, Itevlews, Talcs, Stories, and Bio
graphical Sketches, which aro likely lo prove on
toitulnlng, inatriicmoand permanently valuable :
and it commends itse:t especially to that great
body of Intelligent, ronders who aeeli profit as well
as amusement in solid und healthful literature
Besides the longer articles, which thrmsetrci
represent every variety of subjects, (ho Eclectic
has five editorial departments Literary Notices,
Foreign Literary Notes, Science, Art, and Varie
ties. Tho volumes for 1872 will not bo leas attractive
than thoso which preceded them. With increas
ing facilities und Increasing patronage, tho com
ing volumes will bo more thoroughly representa
tive than evr hforo ol the lest Intellectual
progress of the limes.
TERMS blnglo copies, 1& cents; one copy, ono
yenr, 15; tocopie, one year, I'J; live copies,
one year, tiO, Agents wanted t get up clubs.
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108 Fulton Strcot, NcwYork.
II. LBVY & CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
wool., i'i:atiii:m, kt,
93 OHIO XiEVEE.
P. L. IIUYKTT, & SON,
mportcrs, Manufacturers and Jobbers of
M USICAL MERCHANDISE
ItrnsH nml (icrnimi Nllvor
B A N D INSTK UMENTS,
No. 'JS 8, Third Street,
NT. I.I1IJ, MO.
SAVE TROUJILK AND E.Xl'XNSK.
Michael l)3wd wilt furnish Slate Factory Kind
ling nice, dry. already-cut wood, in any part of
Hie city, for jt.H) n wayon load.
Here la a way to sate Incalculable trouble In
your hou.ehol I.
i.aare oruers ni ciauiey a nrug store, or wj
dm-" them to .Michael Dowd, through the jw...
oflice. Nov lfi tf
May be found at Ilfe.l A Jlunn'j from
ward. Any work In the
I! LACKSM ITH ING LIN K
will reeeire prompt attention.
aod n general blackainlthlng bualnes carried on.
(ilre him a trial novlstf.
BAUMAN & IIAUENSTINE
CiVIL AND MKCHANICAL
KXG1NEEKS AND ARCHITECTS,
llroH Ilnllillnt;, corner i:irtontli tr
mid 4'omiiirrcliil mt' Cairo, Ills.
F.ANS AND SPECIFICATIONS for all tranche,
of Civil Engineering and Architecture, audi
a Maps lor Counties, Diatricta or Corporations,
Plans and Calculations for Steam and Water
Power, for Induatrial Etablihmenta. for Iron,
alone or Wooden IlndgM. for Churches, Conr
Houses ad other Public Building", Bualness and
Dwelling llfjuaes, Cottages, etc etc., Itirnlahed
bhortt nolle -.Wtfae
I'KOSPKCTUS FOU 1S72
A Jleprcntntatire ami (Jhampion of AmerX'
TELE A.x7x)IlSriEj :
In Illustrated Monthly Journal claimed t
le the handsomest Paper in the
"Hire my love tothe artist workmen of THE
AI I'I.M: who are stririDg to make their profes
Ion worthy of admiration lor beauty, as it ftas
l-A)a been for uaeftilnesa," tnry Irani Ueeeher
THE ALD1XE, while Issued with allthereg.
ularity, has none of the temporary or timrly inter
est characteristic of ordinary periodicals, It ir
anolegant mlscellaney of pure, llgnt, and grace.
1 til literature, and a collection of pictures, the
rarest specimens ot artistic ak'll, in black and
white. Although each succeeding number atlords
a freah pleasure tc Ita friends, the real alue nnd
brainy of THEALDINE will be moat appreciated
niter it lua been tund at thecloie of the year
While other publications may claim superior
cheapness as eomtmed with rivals of of a similar
claas, THE AI.lHNEis atiniquoaJd original con
ception alone and unnpproached nb.olutely
without competition In price or character. The
posaesor ol the tolutiie juat completed cannot
.iiitiiiin thennnntitv of lino ha Her and engrav
ings In any other shape or number of volumes
for ten times Its cost. ....
press Is so great that reprinting Is out of the ques
tlon, With the excel tion of a small number
specially reserved lor binding, the edltlonn ol
1871, is already exr.austed, and it Is now a scan e
a well at valuable book,
NEW FEATURKS FOR 1872.
Tho enthusiastic support so readily accorded
to tr.elr enterprise, wherever It has been intro
duced, has onvlnecd the publishers of THE
ALDINEof the soundness of their theory that
the American public would recognlie and heartily
support any sincere e Hurt to elevate the tone ami
standard of illustrated publications. That so
many weakly wicked sheets exist and thriie is
not evidence that there Is no market lor any tning
better indeed the success of THE Al.Dl.NK from
the start ts direct proof of the contrary, Wltn a
poptilatlou so ast, and of such varied taste, n
publisher can choose his puttons, and his pa pi r is
rather indicative of his own than of iho tnsie of
the country. As it guarantee of the cxcellei.ee ot
this department, tho publishers would beg to an
nounce during iho coming year, specimens from
the following eminent Ainuiirun aiusts i
W T. IluiiaiiDs,
(.n IN VILLK l'CUklNS,
I'. U. V. HAIILII,
Wm, 11. Wilcox,
Jamxs II. llr.Aiio,
It. E. Piot tr,
These pictures are being reproduced without
regard to expense by the ery best engravera In
thucoumry, and will hear the severest critical
comparison with the best foreign work, it being
the ileteriiiliiotiun of tho publishers that THK
ALDINE shall lie n successful vindication ol
American taste In competition with any existing
publication in the world.
Where NSinuuli nttentlon is paid to illustration
nnd get up of the orl;. too much dependence on
appearance may very naturally bo feared. To an
ticipate snch misgivings, tt is only necerrary to
state, that tho editorial management tl THE
ALDlNE lias been entrusted to Ma. ItlCHAltD
IIENHY STODDAI1D, who ha received assur
ances ofassistunco from nhost of the most pupu
ar writers and poets of the country.
Tlio Voliimt) fur is71!
will contain nearly 600 pages, and about 2i0 fine
engravings. Commencing with the number for
January, nery third number ill contain n beau-
1 1 1 til union pmuru uu piutu uapvr, inserted as u
The Christmas nhmber for 1672, will bo n splen
did vnliiine in Itself, containing tifiy engratingi,
(four in tint) and, although reiiilled a Hi will bo
sent without extra charge to nil yearly sub
scrlbsrs. A Clirouio lo livery Nultitrrilior
was a very popular leattire last jenr, and will be
repeated wltli the present volume, Thepul
llsiiers have purohaed nn 1 reproduced, at great
exponse. tho beuting by Stis, emllled "D.imci
Nature's School." Tnounniro Is llxia Inches,
and Is an exact fac-slmile, inslzoiuid appearance,
of tho original picture. Io Ameilcaii ehromo,
which will at all com pun, Ut, , ms yet hem
ottered at retail forless than the pr;c n.ked for
THE ALDINK and It tjgether. It will be deliv
ered freo, Willi tho Janunry ntiiiiber, to eveiy
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Tenuis fur 1872.
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,'or tho monoy.
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lmvoour premium ciruiilnr on application We
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33 Liberty Nlreel, New York.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY. DECEMBER 21 1871.
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II rllt. 1LAIT
AT IIAKCI.AYS' URUa STORE.
Ksrn HfrrLV, Dailv.
MOCKING RIIU) FOOD
ill. sum roa tir. without vaocsLa
JJ K L M II O L I) g
GRAPE f catawba ) ' f orai-k ) PILLS
i CATAV11A 1.J ORAl'E
GRAPE (CATAWBA ) h ( OHAPK ) PILLS
AM) ALI or
h ei. mroi, i'h wi:uicim:n
FRESH KROU FIRST HANDS,
Always in stock In large supply, and far aalc by
Uarelay It r o a.
PEB8H "BXjTJE LICK
orNnleiby (belaN Jlollle erCnllon
ICExtra I-'i.ve CoLoa.vE;
IOtGekuimk Imported Extracts;
fgyllAiR, Tooth a.vu Nail Uuusiies
S"India Rubuer Nursery Goo.
PURE "WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
l!et grades in large atock and va
riety, very cheap;
Full Line ok Colors,
car an n is oil;
Paint Brushes, Llaseed Oil,
Whitewash P Jshva Turpentine,
Varnishsi Etc. etc.,
ALL KINDS ASU STAIbAtU QCAL1TIES
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
H K 11 I'll A NTH
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
And A ents of
Ohio Itlver nnd Kniiautnt
70 Ohio Levee,
WOOD ! WOOD I ! WOOD ! !
The understood will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Am 'le, II aut Oti'iier
Than any Hood dealer In Cairo, Leavo orders
on th stales at tho Postotllce and at Boas' coal
yard, on Comnierniftl avenue, hetween Tenth aud
Twelfth streets, Cairo, Illinois, I giro good
measurii and will cord thu wood up If desired.
ISO Olilo l.-ee, urnr Stone niot,
.!. I). Z AN ONE, PROPRIETOR,
Fresh Shell Oysters Received Dully.
Keeps always on hand Baltimore ani Mobile
Uysiers, whiehhe will le glad to serve to hla cus
tomers in Hie heat I I c-. dSC'.'lf
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASIIINGTON-AV.
- -5 S 2
T7, o t.
BURGER'S NEW STOCK.
MUSLINS, PRINTS, SHAWLS, ETC.,
One ol the most attractive dlsdlays of
in the city.
Commercial Avenue, between Eionm
and Ninth Strekth,
has every avanahlo space In his store room Oiled
with New Cioods, His stock is com.
plcte, comprising a beautiful
1' HI NTS, BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED
MUSLINS, COTTON FLANNELS, ETC,
A splendid army of
Among which are the,'
Xewrajtnntl Ho.l Fashionable
Colors and Materials.
Ho has a large stock of
on hand, which ho will close out at a low tljuro
before the holidays are over.
The ladles will Und a large assortment of
which II he sold cheaper than anything of Iho
kind ever sold In Cairo,
Mr. llurger haa laid In an immenso stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, RIBBONS, NOTIONS, NECK
wnlch he will soil cheaper than the cheapest,
T KrtAL NOTICE is lurehy given that E. W.
Jj Klltrldge, plaintiff, haa conimtnced an ac
tion to perfect a distress lor rent against Joseph
llayllis, delendant, In the circuit court ol Als
ander county, in the state of Illinois, and that
the tune and place of the return of aummona In
the oaaa Is the third Monday In January,
tt the court house la Cairo, Illinois.
JOHN 4, IIAHIMN, Clerk,
COnMIBMiQ! AND rORWARMXS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO..
(Hucceasors to E. n. Hendricks a Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
TfVSSfcl.lberal Advances ma. i npea.
Afe prriurM ! ''"r"' ,,ore nt onrird
frulghtato all points and buy ant
rDusiness attended lo promptly
7.. D. HATIII7M. B c 0HL
MATHUSS & UHL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE,
No. At OHIO I.EVEE,
Between Fourth A SUth file.,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS ior FAIRBANKS SCALES
68 Ohio Leteb, CAIRO, ILLS.
CLOSE & VINCENT.
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Corner KIKhlu Nlret aad:oiilo teYe-
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
CHARLES M. HOWE & CO.,
No. 04 Ohio Leveo,
novsdtr CAI110' ILLINOIS.
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
No. 70 Ohio Levee,
0 AIUO, I LI, INC IB.
sWdpeclal attcntiou given to consignments
and tilling orders.
JOHN B. PHILLIS,
(.Successor to Parker it I'hAll,)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cou. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
W. Stratton. T. B'rd
STBATTON & BIRD,
(Successors toBtiattoa, Hudson a Clailr.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
HT-Agenla of American Powder Co., ui ma,
ulaeturers agents for ecttoo vara