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JOHN II. OBERLY & CO.
North, Through HiOoa.m. lOup.m
ii Way 8:20 pltn. 4:00 a.m.
South, Way .! I'-In' i' P-m.
Through N. O., Mem-
phla mil Columbua i: p.tn, 4:00 p.m,
Ohio River rout, (swept
Monday) . iOOp.m. e.oop.ni.
Iron Mountain R. K JiMa.m. ll."J p. n.
MIm. Itlver route, Tuesday
and Friday 6.00 p.m. 7:tp.m.
Thebes, Gooae Island A Bsnta
Ft, lilt., Thursday A Friday-
M I CiOOp.m. 7:OOa.m,
Mayfleld, IHandvillo and
Lovelace, Kjr 11:00 .m. 4.00 p.m.
flcneral Delivery 7i30a.m.
(Sundays 810 9a.ro.)
Money Order dcpaatmcnt ;W a.m. e.oo
Register " ' " " ;O0a.m. O.OUp.tn.
Money Order ami itejl.tor departments no
open on Hundays.
It E9IIYTEIM AN Eighth -street.
Preaching, Sabbath at loj a, u., and "JJ r. m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7J r. u.
Sunday Meli.iol, 3 r. m. J, M. I.snidrn, Huper.
Intcndent, He v. C. II. Pouts, 1'asUr.
METIIODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut His.
Preaching, Babbath 10J J a. and 7 r. .
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7; r. h.
Hunday Bchool l t. . L. W. Milnell, Huper-
Intcndent. Iter. K. L.THoaraox, )'tor.
chuhch ok the iti:iiKi:MEit-(:picopti)
Morning prayers, HabUth lo j a. m.
Evening prajers.IXt'- M.
Sabbath (School, a. h.
Her. Mi,Om, llecter.
9T. PATRICK'.1! CHURCH lor- Ninth bt. and
?ubllcfervlce,HabbathSnd 10); a.
Vespers, 3 r. x.
unday School, 'I r. u.
Service oiery day, sr. .
llov. P.J. O'lULLoa., Prltsl.
ular meeting second Monday each month at the
Prayer room of the Presbyterian Church
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7M r. ., at
the Prayer room of the Presbyterian church.
0. 1'iiMsi, President.
AKttlCIN .METHODIST Fourteenth, between
Walnut and Cedar.
tJerrlces, Babbath, 11 a. m.
Hunday Hohool, r. .
Class 3 r. m.
BECOND KHEE-WILLRAnilsT-Kifteenlh fit.
Preaching, 7 r. . Iter. Win. Jackson, Pastor.
between Walnut and Cdar.
Services Sabb.lh, 1 and 3 r. m.
Iter. N. Rich, Pastor.
WEE-WILL IIAPrirfT IIOMB MlsallO tUN
DAY SCHOOL Corner walnut and Cedar Sta.
Hunday Bchool, 'J a. n.
fUlST FREE WILL HAPTIST CHIJIICH-Cur-
Hervlces.rlabbathll a. .,3 r. . and Vi r. .
Her. Wm. ICiLttr, I'aator.
FIRST MISSIONARY IIAITIST CHUHCII Uet
en 10th and 11th i-twt, neart'rdar.
FreachinHaUiathlUA. M.,and ")l r. u.
7'rayer Meeting. Wedne'day erenlntf.
I'reiichliiK, Kri'iay erenlott.
FabUth.Vhool, IV; r. m. John Van ltaati-r and
Mary fcn-phuni fcMpenntendenti.
Iter. T J. bnoau. I'aito
Goyernor, John M. I'lmer ;
l,leutnant-Gorernor, John Dougherty ;
Becietar of .State, K-I;.l Itumiuel i
Auditor of feUte, C. K. I.ipplncoit i
HtateTreaiurer, E. N. Ilatea i
Hupt. Public Inatrucllon, Newton Ilateman.
denatora Lyman Trumbull and John A. Logan.
Itepreeentatlre for the State at Lare J. L
Repreienulire Thirteenth Dlitrict-John M
MEMim IIS GENERAL ASSKMIJLY.
Senator., lit Dlatrlct T. A. K. Ilolcomb. ot
Onion, and 8. K. Oiton,of Gallatin.
Repreacntatlrc, lat Ill.trlct II. Watson Webb,
Judae D. J. llaker, of Aleaander.
Proaecutlng Attorney J. V. McCartuey, ol
Circuit Clerk Jno. Q. Harman.
Wm. Martin, Aafcasor and Tieaiurer.
Jud(e F, Ilrouit.
AaaocIaUa-;.'U. McCriteand S. Marchlldon
ClerU Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Ooaainan.
Mayor-John H. Ltnailen.
Troaurcr J. B. Taylor.
Comptroller K. A. Uurnett
Clerk Michael Ilouley.
rMarahal Andrew Calu.
Attorney P. II. Pope.
Police Magistrates K, nroa and II. Hhan
Chief ot Police L. II. Mycra.
Mayor JolH M. Lnnsden,
Firat Word P. G. Hehuli.
Sncond Vard C. R. W oouwunl.
Third Ward Jno. Wooil.
Fourth Ward S. Staata Taylor.
City-at-Lnrge W. P. Uallldny and I). Iluid.
HOARD OF ALDKHMKN,
FIRST WARD Jnmea Rearden,
EOONDWARU-lt. II. Cunningham,
I1IIRU WARD Wm. Btrnlton,
OORTH WARD-Jsmea Carroll,;
Time of Meettnq.
The City Conncll meeta In joint aeasion on
Friday erening prcctvilng the 11 rut Monday ol
The Bele'ct Council moeta on the UratWednea
day and Thursday, alter the second Monday hi
BOARD Or ALDttt
Tho Board of Alilermon meeta on
Monday and Tueaday In overy month.
COMMITTEES OF TIIK COUNCIL
On Sfrrefi-Mesara. Tnjlor, Waller,
ood and Metcalf.
Drainaet Mcs(in.CunnliiBlmin,Schuh, Fltrgor
Md, Beate and Halliilny,
C'aimi Messrs. Wood, Cunningham and Kleb,
JWc ami (Messrs. Carroll, Iluder and
OrdinanMi Moenrs,Seso, Walder and Taylor,
Firt Departmtnt Messrs. Hearden,Swayne and
Siarkrtt Messrs. Bchuh. Winter and n
irinwlg Measrs.Wodward. Hwayneand lludor
Snwc Slessia. Hud, Ktrutton iiudMetcall,
tt neaiiy 1110 Jiuyor, ami aiesara. Ho
Mi.Murtton ami Cm roll
ATTEMPT OF A MOII TO LYNCH A
N EG 110 KAV181IEKOF A WHITE
OIKL IN UOCHESTEIl.
ItociiKSTKit, .Inti. 1!. A mob nttomplcd
to brenk into the jail wliuru 11 rictrro out-
rngor of n llttlo wlilto girl win confined,
but wero prevented by tliu police. Tlierc
was ;rcat cxcltutnunt.
QUI KT OIITAINEI).
Tho police liiivo diincricd the crowd
ubout the tall and ouiutnesl nrcvuiU. Tho
griuid Jury is In teuton nnd thuy will in
diet nowurd tomorrow forenoon. lie
willjbe brought Into court to plead to tho
indictineiil. Etroita were mudu thin nfler
noon to lmvu lilm nlcnd guilty, but lie re
fui-ei ur.d ny lio is Innocent. Evldcnco
agiilnat him ucctnnulntes. It wutih' m
crltninnl to tuko Howard froi- jnilHt pres
ent, n. tlio mob would "cuo ''lm from tho
autlioritlei uim l" ''m.
TIIK l'KOI'LK FURIOUS.
Rociikstkk, N. Y.t Jan. '2., evening.
The excitement of tlio outrngo committed
by tlio negro Howard on 11 child ten
years of age, is not ubatcd. Thcro is now
on Immcnto crowd about tlio Jail, and
tbeyaro fruntic over tlio report tint the
littlu girl lias died of her injuries. Tho
evening papers uro out with evidence
ngrinst Howard. It is conclusive, and
leave- no doubt tint bo is tlio man who
committed tho dreadful outrage, l'olieo
urc at the jail, and tbu military nro at
tcmbling at the nraonnl. Attacks arc
inaue iiy roughs anu others on unolletiding
negroes" who appear in tho atrcetf. It is
feared tbnl there will be an outbreal' to
night. Tho ahcrilf nnd aid stand lirm,
and are determined to uphold tho laws.
the moii aoai.v defiant.
RociiKhTEit, Jan. 2, eveninc Thcro is
a mob ubout the jail yelling and shouting,
nnd there hnvo been tuvcral fctones
thrown at tho military. Tho police, who
nail been rciioveu, are again ordered to
bTILL LATER ItLOOD FLOWS.
bout nine o'clock whilo the crowd
wero yelling nt tho corner of Court nd
Exchange streets tho military fired a vol
ley, killing two men and wounding one
man and ono bo v.
The names of the killed arc John Ettcr,
a railroad Wurman, and Henry .Mcrlow.
John Hilbert was shot through tho calf of
1110 leg. ino name 01 me boy lias not
been learned. He was hit in the shoulder.
The excitement is irrcat, nnd the neonle
are hurrying to tho sccno o:' conflict.
Tho crowd said it was not neceaiarv to
fire, while the military snv thnt thev wero
compelled to flro to protect themselves, ai
they wero being pelted with stones.
ACCOUNT II V AN EYE-WITNESS.
An account of the difficult v i thin civ-
en by an rre-wltticaa, rullccman Branch:
The tquad of military wero lined acrr
the Huai end ot tho bridgo facing Ez
chango street. A man stepped up to Po
liceman lirancli, and laid that some bovt n
fuw feet off wero picking up stones. Tho
olllccr drove them awav. At tho amo in-
atant tho word forward, was ciren bv tho
ollicerin commund of tho squad, and ho
pushed tho policeman aside. The shots
were fired at this time. The men shot wero
standing in hxchango street, and had not
participated in the mob.
Ettcr was a hichly respcctablo nnd in
fluential German citizen. Ho lived but a
few minutes after being taken into n sa
11 is reported tint n woman was Miot,
but it is not yet confirmed.
'1 ho lecling against tho militnrv is in
Police arc bclnc drawn in from tho outer
districts of tho city and dispatched to thw
vicinity of the jail. It is feared that inoro
blood will bo shej before morninc
i no coiorcu pcopio aro nccing to incir
houses to hide, ns it is not deemed eafo for
them to be seen in the streets.
Thcro does not seem to bo nnv oreaniz
ing for n further attack on tho jail, but
thero is talk of holding nmeo'.ini; bv tho
citizens to-night or to-morrow.
1 no body of John httcr has just been tn
ken to tho homo of deceased. On Its belnc
deposited In a wagon, loud expressions of
inuignation wero mado by tho specta
Henry Mcrlow was coine to his homo
on Jinrtlctt street when shot. Ho was an
inollensivo man and hnd taken no nctivo
tiart in tho disturbances.
John ISolan was shot throuch tho r cht
lung nnd was conveyed to tit. Mnrv's
Hospital. Ho is not expected to live.
MORE VICTIMS RErOKTEI).
A cartman named Klias Swarton Is also
reported killed. IIo was shot In tho arm
and received . imyonot wouml In llin
Louis Kamp was shot throuch tho
tliik'h and left arm.
ilvo companies of milltin nro now
guarding tho jail and streets leading
thereto. It is estimated that tho crowd
numbered n thousand persons.
WHY THE FIIUNH WAS PONE.
"When thellrinii wasbecun an order was
given to ehargo bnyoneU and in this
movement seovral nuns wero discharced
Tho provocation for tho order was, it Is
said, tho throwing of stones and bricks by
somo 01 mocrowu.
fjomo of tho soldiers woro struck In tho
shoulder by bricks and disablod. Tho cap.
tains ot tlio companies disavow giving or
dors to lire.
A rumor is current that n nccro was
shot in a saloon in English Btreot. but it is
believed to bo unfounded.
HIDES 1 FURS ! I PELTS ! I !
hBU'I,aE,I"I, & GO'.
Have opened 11 Hide Storo in Thornton's llloelc
Tenth street, where tho highest cash jiricowll
bo paid for Hides, Bhcep Felts, Furs and Tal
low, owill pay higher uneoa limn una ever he.
fore paid for tho samo articles In this city.
Coins and ace us,
OOlCI llllHNKTT Si CO.
Cairo '.CoMMAXbtar, No, 13. Stalod Aaaembly
at the AaylumMawnU Hall, firat and.thirdHaU
urdara In each month.
Caiao Council., No. 21, Regular Conrocatlonat
Masonic Hall, the aecond Friday In each month.
Cairo CiurrtR, No. 71. Regular Conrocation
at Masonic Hall, on the third Tueaday of orery
Cairo Lome. No. 237 F. A A. M Regular Com.
rniinlcationa At Maaenic Hall, the aacond and
fourth Monday of each month.
DrtTA Ixmor, No.Ml K. 4 A. M. Regular Com
munlcadona nt Manonlo Hall flrat and third
Thuradaya In each month.
AtriiMiru Ijinnr. 2-21. Mo.ln In UddFvllnv'a.
Hall, In Art.r'a Ilulldlng, crcry Thuraday tren
ng, at 7 o'clock.
Principal Oo 10- Fifth St., Cin. O.
rilE ONLY RELIAni.E OIFT'ENTEIU'RISE IN
THE COUNTRY 1
I N V A L U A Ii L E 0 I F T S 1
To be distributed In
Xj. 3D . S IISTB'S
lMrd Regular Monthly
To be drawn Monday. February 13th, 1T72.
' Two Grand Capitals of
$5,000 EACH IN Gkkenhacks !
To I'riwa of tl.l
I.WMi Fire I'nies of VA, Tea
I'ritcs of )IW, each In Greenbacks !
1 Horse and Ruggy, with ilrer-mounted
harnear, north (W)
One fliio-tone t ltoewood 1'lano, worth.... tM
Ten FamilyfceifinK Machines, worllueach IW)
Iie Heart Cased (iold Hunllng Watches
and llearydold Chains, worth, fich .100
Fire Oold America 1 Hunting Watchea,
nuilll, I-KI. ua
Ten lAdles' Oold HuniiDg Watchea, worth
fW Oold and. "ilrer Irer Hunting Watch-
is tin ail), worm, c-ncii, Irom fJ(Jto3".
I-idiea' Gold Leoniine Chains. Gent's r.nl.l Vul
Chains, Solid and Kouble-I'laled feilrer Table
and Ttajioons, Photograph Alouma, Jewelry,ete.
Whole number gifls, C,0. Tickets limited to
Agents wanted to aell Ticket! to whoit t'beral
premiums will I paid,
turtle ticketa 11 1 six tickets J'.; iwelre tickets.
SIl); tventr-liTe lat.
Circulars contaimns a full list of mlies. a de
scription of the manner of ilrawing. and other In
formation In reference to the diitrihutlon, wlllbs
sent to any one ordering them. Alll letters inun
bo addrea. ed to L. I). MINK, Ilox to.
omr, Cincinnati. O
101 West tlh st. no JJilawly
(if the nilmon of 1 1
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
01' CAIKU, ILiIi.,
At (he dote of bualncss, December IC.lsTI.
Loans and ducounls
t M,(OI 01
I . h. bonds to secure circula
1'. b. tiomis and seeiiritln on
Other alocks, bonds, aid mort
I)ue from redeeming and re
Due from other National bunks
Duo Irom banks and btnker...
Hirn lure and fixtures
Cash items, including retenuu
('ii4i nn liuntl. in roin S l.Ml'7'J
Currency 'U.M v3-6.308 7."
I'rotit and loss
471 77 1.C07 S8
fcl, 3U 7J
Due to .NaUanallwir.ks..
Rtntn or Illinois. Countv
, of Alexander, ss
i:er of the First
C.N HuiliCH, cashier of the lirst Mtionai
llanb fit (Mir,,, d.
solemnly suear that the above
stateinert is true to the bi't ol my knowledge
ami belief. C. N. IILMHI'S, Cashier.
btibscnbed and sworn tu btloie me, this 2Ja
dayol December. WJ.
Correct Attest :
Itobt.W. Miller, "i
J. T. Itennie, V Directors.
I). Kurd, j
REPORT OF TUB CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL BANK
At Cairo, in tho stnto of Illinois, nt tho close o
nusiuess. ucceinuer ian.
Loans nnd discount tl37,4SU 4'i
OM rilrafla 1,5'tJ (0
U. H. llnnds to secure clrcu-
lat on 100.000 00
U. K. llonds on hand 13,300 no
Oilier slocks, bonds. nnd
mortnaiiesi l.Jl'J 75
Duo from redeeming and
recciv nu aueiits -blll,S71 81
Due from oilier Js'iitional
1 ankH W.WJ 17
lino irom oincrtaniia una
15,3'J'J i-i 170,313 S3
15,170 1.1 4t,l70 13
i,Uli 3J- e,'.".l7 15
Hanking house .
Oilier rul estute
Checks and other cash
ems 7.81 1 31-.
Hills of Nntiunal ll inks 7,'.U7 Ol
Fractional currency un ri
Hiiccin, coin 7.71a ni
Lhgal tender nctti ',"' w 01,0711
Capital stock paid In flOo.OOO no
urpuia .,,uwu 1.1
Circulation outstanding s'j.eisi ihi
j-jxciiange f ij,;i .11
Interest 1U.W7 d'l
l'rollt ami loss W,M 7.1 !,( 7il
iniiiviiiiiui uejioxiis vi.iui 71
Duo to banks and bankers.. ai.bjii I!
Hiaiooi Illinois, Aiexanuer couuiy, ts. 1
I, W. II) slop, assistant casliior ol the City N
tional llankot Cairo, 1I0 solemnly swear that tin
above statement Is lino tn thai bcsi of my knowl
edue nnd belli f. W. HVhl.Ul'. Assl. C.ishlcr.
bubscrlbed nnd swum to befo:o inn ill's -.id
day or December, 1S71. II. II. CANUHi;,
Cornet attest :
W, 1. llalllday, ')
II. II. Ciiiiiilnglumi, J-DIn rtnis.
0. D. Williamson, J
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JANUARY
VOMMINNION AND FOUWAUallNn.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO..
(Successors to K, I). Hendricks A Co., )
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Advances rre , upon
Are prepared to receire, aloro ant orward'
freights to all joints and bur acU
r;r sell on commission. L.
-llnsmesa n.ii to promptly
MILLER k PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR. CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS fok FAIHUANKS SCALES
68 Ohio Levee, OAIP.O, ILLS.
ClaO.SK & VINCENT,
DEALERS I IT LIME
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Corner i:iglith Mrrrt mid Ohio I.cwt
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
COM MISS I ON M ERC II AN T,
CAIUO, I I, I. ISC1 S.
rSp(cial.;atUn!ion givitr to eonsignmcnts
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
z. d. mathush.
e. c. UUL
MATIIUSS & UIIL,
COMM I SS I ON M VAX C II A NTS,
HAY AND "WESTERN PRODUCE
o. 01 01110 i,i:vi:i:,
Bttteten Fourth .t Sisih Mt., CAIUO, ILL.
CHARLES M. HOWE it CO.,
FORWARDING M ERCIIANTS.
No. G4 Ohio Levee,
(Suecessor to l'arker ft Phi'.lls,,
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
STRATTON & BIRD
(Successors toBtratton, Hudson A Clark.)
COMMISSION M MIGRANTS,
57 Ohio IjOvco, Cairo, Illinois'.
ISrAgeiils or American Towder Co., il man.
faclurers aeuls for cotton yarn1
Lira ASSOCIATION OF AjVIEIUqa.
The Most Successful Lifk iNsuiiAycK Corporation of the Same Ao ,v
the World. '
XT 12, E Xj "iT M1TT1TAL;
NO STOCKHOLDERS TO ABSORH PROFITS.
Amount of Policies in Forck Dec. 31,
Total Income to Same Uate,
Net Increase of Kisks in Force, 1870,
The IirK"( Set Hicrcntnliirlnu; (he year 1H70 of nny Coniinny In the VorIil.
GUOH tnCUEASfi OF IllSKS IN Force, 1870, S30, 327,730 00
Only two companies in tho world exceed thla gross Increase during 180.
Tho only company which guarantees, as n chartered right, tho trlncinlo of LOCAL INVEST
MENTS IN KACH BTATi:, in proportion to its Premiums or llo-Insurancn Fund.
Tho only company which, by its charter, givei KACH STATK A ItKl'lt&jENTATlVi: IN THE
HOMK HUAIII) OK DIUECTOlt!?.
C3-"Ej3STE1UA.Ij OPFICB, ST. LOUIS, 3vTO.
JAMES II. URITTON, rrcsident.
IIknrv W. Houoii, Vico President. Felix Coste, Supt. Missouri Dept.
AVm. Hani.ev, Secretary. John N. Pritchard, Trensurcr.
C. F. II urn e.", Attorney. K. L. Lemoine, M. I). JIccl. Olllccr.
lion. Wm. JJarnes, Conjultlng Couiuol nnd Actuary.
BOUT1IKJ5N ILLINOIS DKPARTMENT.
K. P. Htiuti.voiiAM, Manager.
CAIRO BEAKCH SOAKX).
The folloning named gentlemen hold or control JIO.ooo insurance each, In the Lite Asaoclatlon
P. W. Barclay,
11. W. Weihi.
II. II. Candee,
J. M. Piin.Lir.s
P.. S. llRICIHAM,
Paul O. Sciivk.
I. rani our Itntos and l'lnim licforo
Carl L. Thomas,
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