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SECRET ORDERS
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THE HAhONB.
in ComtKMar, No, 13. Hlited Assembly
AIT UmMQIlli ill. -
toComciL, No. 21, Regular Conroeationat
nic Hall, the econd Friday In each monih.
10 CM.rtia, No. TI. Secular Contocatlon
atonic Hall, on the third l'ueaday of eiery
io Lomi. No.23T F. 4A.M Retnlar Com.
cationa at Matanic Hall, the tkcond and
ta Lodci, No.tftS K. A. M. Regular Com
:iiods at Maaonlo Hall 3rt and third
days In each month.
THK 0DD-FXLL0WS.
- - . iw,, ... i n.l.lirllA.'..
InArt-r'a BuildlnK, etery Thuraday en
IT o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS.
STATE OFFICERS.
utenam-OoTernor, John Douaherly i
tetary of State, Edward Itumrnel ;
litor of Htate, C. r;. I.ippmcoii ;
te Treasurer, ti. ..uaie;
it, rullic Instruction, Newton Blf man.
C0NOKES3MEN.
ators l-yman Trumbull and John A, Logan,
reientatite for the blate at Lar-e J. h
iresentatiie Thirteenth District John M
M 1IKK UbLKAJi J00 1.31014 1..
., ... Til--tt T A V UnluMmV, a(
a f 1lk.n nt fl.ll.tln
i.iU. I.l tllilrlft II. Wataon WeLh:
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COUNTY OFFICERS.
CIRCUIT COURT.
a ii - ifAUr. ni Ja i ts XKiiii nr .
.aniinf AtinrnuT i. r . jicariDfT or
a If 1--t
COUNTY COURT
Jfc F. Hroi,
OC salt 9 J, ucuriic And n, Msrcuuuvu
rk Jacob 0. LYnch.
. i tt -i
oner J una a uumntii
IUNIC1PAL loOVERNMENT
MUIIII m-t lUOUvUI
T n rri i
rk Michael Howlay,
rihal Andrew Cln.
ornty P. II. Pope.
ice Mlgiairaioa r. tiros aud II. ouaa.
.(nl Pn1li.e L. II. Mvara.
BCLECT COUNCIL
n. inhn if . T.anaden.
... at, ... rt ' . , 1 1 V
nnd Viard C. It. tVooaward.
Ird Ward-Jno. Wood.
urth Ward-8. StaaU Taylor.
yat-LaigeW. P Ualliday and D. Kurd.
BOARD OF ALDIRUIM,
f WAttu Jamei BeameD,
Lao Kleb,
liaao Walden.
E, Ouder,
Ueniy Winter,
Jamaa Swayne,
RD WARD Wm. Btratton,
Panlck Fltsgetald
RIB nftllrf Jauni
... . 1A . s. tl .
O.H.I
, Pease,
:j.a.uwair.
PROPRIETORS.
THE BULLETIN.
TELEGRAPHIC.
THK II1T0II IN TIIK OIVIL SEIU
V1CK SUH KM K.
C'HANCKS OF A UADICAI. HUP
TUKK. SKW OHI.KAN.S C0MM1TTKK
SMOTH r'.HVA).
THK I'UKSIOKNT AND THK IN
DIANS, CAKTKH SKNATOKS COMK TO
TIMK.
THK W1IAHT0N Tit I A I,.
MIOOTINO IN A CAMIIMNO
HOUSK.
FOOLISH STOKY KXI'OSKI).
l'INCH HACK AND IJUTI.KK IN
DICTKI). HALF A TOWN DKSTKOYEP Y
FIUK.
toN or a kuiti.'ki:.
Wamhi.noto.v, .Inn. 20. Tbo republi
cant In congreis vciy generally argue
that in n pjliticnnl view, tbo ndrninittra
tlon Inn niadn n mUtnke in respect to civil
i (;rv loo reform. Not a Cav.; liko Meiiri.
Carpenter HnJ Morton, favor retracing
tho itepi already taken. Thorn i a mag
nificent pro.pcct of a rupture if the presi
dent itandi liy hit now policy.
THK CVIIAN (JL'K.'TIOX.
Col. Mccioi, the envoy of the Cuban
republic, ha juit returned from London,
wbcro liu received warm atturancct that
the ltntith government uoutd be willing
to join tho United States in intervention
in Cuban nflalrt and to grant belligerent
rights to them.
THK. LOUISIANA COMMITTEK.
It now teems settled that tho committee
appointed to viiit New Orleans and exam
ine into thccntiiei of the trouble existing in
the statu government will not perform the
duty. Tho reason given for not carrying
out the instruction of the house is, that
lit 9i..i-.lA.. ti.rn Mi.t l.ti, t. .nn..M
.... . ... ... , , ... T. ..
nigner power nan iiueriereu. 1111
resolution In accordance with
tho desirei of President Grant
but owing to a greater power, the president
has suddenly changed front, nnd is now
( very much opposed to tho examination
I propoed. In consequence of this sudden
I hoitility of Grant tlix lnvottlf;ntion ! to
' Iia .miillinrml nml f 1m iliiirtf.4 nf (Tnlloctnr
0 ,nl"lcroJ RnJ 1,10 ,lu,ni5s ' Collector
Casey, whether of good or of evil, aro not
permitted to meet tho gazo of the country.
TO II K HKAUII FROM.
Yhen the senate investigating commit
tea finish taking evidence, Generals Ilab-
cock and Porter intend to publish u state
ment regarding tho allegations of their
conectl'Mi with the cui-tom-house ring.
INDIAN DKLKOATION.
A delegation of Cherokees, Creeks and
Choctaws called on tho president to-day.
They said they were opposed to tho con
grcssional legislation which proposed a
territorial government for them. They
desired to be let alone to work out their
own destiny. The president said, that at
fur at he was concerned no territorial gov
ernment shall bo extended over the Chero.
kee country, unless they want one.
THK WARMOTlIITEb' TRIUJU'II.
NewOrlkans, Jan. 20. All tho Car
tcrito senators took their scats in the state
houso to-day. Kefolutioru doclaring tho
late extra session and Pinchback's election
leral, wero adopted by a voto of 17 to 1C
Pinchback having the casting vote. This
action was mado final, and ii regarded ai a
decided triumph for tho Warmothitas.
A SIIOOTINO CASE.
Chicaqo, Jan. 20. Last night, about 10
o'clock, a man named AVest vent to n
gambling hell on cat Madison street
played and lost considerable inonoy. T lis
resulted in a row, and "West was twlco shot
and otherwise damaged by the gamblors.
THE WHARTON TRIAL,
ANNAroLiK, Jan. 20. Mr. Steele con
tinuod his argument in tho "Wharton cam,
but was obliged to suspend it, owing to
tho fatigue of Mrs. Wharton who is almost
worn out by hsr long imprisonment nnd
tho protractod trial.
CATACA7YS 00OI WIH1IKK.
New York, Jan. 20, Minister Catn
caiy, who sailed to-day for Franco in tho
tteamor Atlantic, stated, that ho hoped
tho good senso of tho Russian nnd Atnori
can pooplo would prevent a rupturo of tho
cordial relations tbnt might otherwise fol
low from tho late misunderstanding.
STORT DENIED.
New York, Jon. 20. Tho story of the
attempt to assassinate young Henoist, the
St. Louis student at tho Fordhatn collego,
is denied by tbo president of that institu
tion. The statement aroso from the fact
that an unknown man attempted to burg
larize tho collego.
A TOWN DESTROYED.
t... - r., on rn...i..i,.f
the 18tb, one half of tho town of Monti-
cello, in Drew county, wat destroyed by
Im d ov , , ' rr,
TZZ cLrZ ,'Jri?f1,,Ct''b,0rlng
down two churches, sovoral houses and un
roofing tbo court-houso,
A TRUE BILL
NwORLEANB,Jan.20.7ThOB,.n(1Jury
have found a true bill against Lieutenant
G ivcrnor Plrichbi.c'c, Senator Uutlor and
other for ehooting with intent to kill
Major Cheater, on New Year's day. Hail
$l,r.00 each.
RESIGNATION OF THIERS.
London, Jan. 20. Thiers, President of
France, lent to tho Aasembly his 'final j
resignation as president, ns did all his
ministers, A voto was adopted almost j
.. -.. I I .. i... .1. . nl l A..f . '
unuiiiiii'Hiniy uv uiu uiiainuers, rciusiiig io
accept his resignation nnd appealing to
his patriotism to remain in office. Ho
finally contented to remain In tho service
of his country.
HIDES, FURS, TALLOW AND PELTS
Messrs. ilurnelt & Co. uro paying St.
Louis prices for hide, fur, etc., a fol
lows :
ruitf.
Prime Mink $1.75 to 2.25
" Raccoon 60c to Oc
11 Musk Rat 10 to 12)
" Wild Cat JO to SO
" Opossum... - 10 to 12J
" Otter 5.00 to o-00
" Hen ver Skins f,.(rf to 7.00
IlIDP.f.
Hideo, dry flint, per lb 18c to 20
" Green Suit. " lvi
. ():"") Hutchers, per lb... "Jc to 8Jcj
Uiitoin-'rs nnd trappers I do you remem
ber what theso nrticles wore worth beforo
wucamo here? Tiiey vrere worth just about
oik half of whnt they arc now ? Sustain
thoso who benefit you. The above prices
can be depended upon.
Respectfully, etc.
Hl'hnett & Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth Urcct., Cairo, III,
jan.!0-l-3m.
BUSINESS NOTES
Yarmouth bloaters at Jorgmson'a.
Paul G. Schuh sells Rattlnger'a modi
unci. It
Russian sardelles nt Jorgcnson's j try
them. tf
The best French anchovies n the city
nl Jorgcnson's. tf
Go to Dr. McGauloy for Rattlnger'a Fe
ver Drop. Warranted to cure the chills
Joroenson has the finest supply of
Spanish olives in the city. Try there
tf
Found. That the choicest butter Is
at Jorgen'ea's Staple and Fancy Grocery
stor.
Oysters, Louis Herbert has alwas on
hand a t"reb supply of Saddle Rock oys
ers. tl
Wrights no pius uura mincad moa
prepared expressly for fumily use, at Jor
gensen's, Purina lloquet
at
I'ntll G. Srhult'e.
New French prune, currants and
raisins always on hand at Jorgcnson's
grocery store. tt
imported Malaga grapes at Jorgen
ton's, corner of Twentieth street and
Washington avenue. If
The Prido of the Campbell's
at
P. G. Schuh'a.
Crystal vinegar from London at Jor
gcnson's, cornr of Twentieth street and
Washington avenue. tf
For new citron, orang and lemor
peel, go to Jorgcnson's cornor of Twen
tieth street and Washington avenue, tf
Wisp brooms
in
Great variety at Schuh's,
Vaccination. Just received, asupply
genuine English cow virus. All who wish
to bo vaccinated, call at my office from 1
to 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Office,
Seventh street, noar Washington avenue
Ct. A. Wadoymar, M. D.
If you dcilro roy cheeks and a com.
plexlon fair and freo from Pimples,
Hlotchcs and Eruptions, purify your blood
by taking Dr. Pierco's Golden Medical
Discovery. It has no equal for this pur
pose. Jnn.l8d&wlVK.
Whcro nro you going? To tho plnco
number 63, Ohio lovee, whcro they keep
tho best fresh oysters, fish nnd game, h:iJ
tho flncit wines, liquors and cigars to bt
found in tho city. Open at all hours, dr.y
or night. J. E. Park
Thirty cents a week will securo a pol
icy for ono thousand dollars in the Lifo
Association of Amorica. A good invest
ment for a young inau. For particulars
apply to Carl L. Thomas, special agent.
Jan4lf.
Tho Finest Solcctlon of
Toilet Soaps,
Musk, Roo, Cologne, Rondelin, and Cash
mei Doquet Soaps
At P. O. Schuh's.
Combs
of all kinds and nt nil prices
nt P. O. Schuh's.
Piano Tunino. Parties wishing tboir
pianos tuned will pleaso nJdresi C.
Robblns at postoffico, or leave word with
hit brother. Price $3,00 or $5,00 a year, In
cluding nt least two 'unlngs nnd ordinary
repairing, strings, &c.
Jorqenson has tlio best East India
tircsirve for sale cheap. tt
I NoTlcE.lThe bolt ....tcrtalnnient in
Ul(J cU t tho gt N,(ho)M hole,( 8ll,oon
restaurant. Tho best music that can
. had-vlolin and piano. Good lunch
overy morning and night. All of the
finest brands of cigars, and tho best St.
T I,... ului.ti, fro.li nr.,1 nil..
ot?e u, Rbcd)) '
Harry Walker, Proprietor.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, JANUARY
Mf'K I.VNI'nAM'U
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA.
The Most Succemful Life Insurance Corporation of the Same Age ix
the World.
PURELY 2lX XT rVU .A. X. ;
NO STOCKHOLDERS TO AHSOltB PROFITS.
Amount of'-Policies in Force Dec. 31, 1870, -Total
Income to Same Date, ------
Nf.t Ivcrkabe of Risks in Force, 18T0, - - -
The L'srsrent Nel Incrrnie dnrlaisr the year Into ofnny Company In the World.
Qro-m Increase of Risks in Force, 1870, $30,327,730 00
Only two companies In the world exceed this emi Inrreise during 1"0. .....
The only company which guarantees, as a chartered rliit, the principle of I.UOAL Ifi E3T
MENTS IN EACH bTATE, In proportion to It. Premium, or Re-lnauranee Hin,l.
Tr-entilv company whieh, by Its charter, gles EACH 8 1'ATK A KEl'ltEfiENTATlVK IN THE
HO M R HOA It 1) OK DIRECTORS.
C3-E2STEie-fVXj OFFICE, ST. XiOTJXS, 3wtO.
JAMES II. HRITTON, President.
Henry AV. Houoii, Vlco President. Felix Costk, Supt. Missouri Dept.
Wm. Hani.ky, Secretary. John N Pritchard, Treasurer,
o. V. Huiines, Attorney. E. L. LemoI.ve, M. D. Med. Officer.
lion, wm, IJARnes, Consulting Counsol nnd Actuary.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT.
K. P. Hurlinoham, Manager.
caieo bbaIFch: board.
The following nam'il grrAlrmra hold or control tlOXO insurance each, la tin l.lle Arioclatfon
of Amcrca:
P. W. Harclat, Ciias. Galioher, John U. Orerly,
II. W. W 1:1111. J. M.PiiiLLirs, Wm. Morris,
II. II. Candee, C. Haynt, T. J. Kerth,
John Antrim, R. S. Brioiiam, W. S. Edson,
Paul G. Schuh.
I.rnrn our Itnleo nml I'lnn licforr
LOCAL AGENTS.
leeSId.lm.
Carl L.Thomas,
llltL'ON.
ill
CO
SO
,V'
4
ftV.'
6i
I'AINTEHK.
MOORE & MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
PAI1TTBBS,
UrrtsrnllVP I'aiicrlnuiKlnt;, ItitlKoimn.
iierhanKl
In ir, etc.,
Done In Iho highent style ol the ait, sud a
rates thatdely competition.
I U0P IN FEURT HOUBE, CORNER OF 8TU
tTREET AMD CMSaEBClAL XYKHvm.
23, 1372.
- $46,055,740 00
3,974,788 80
- 20,000,940 00
yon Insure In any other Company.
W. H. Kernet.
Duron.
BARCLAY BROS..
oiiio i.r.vr.K.
Ciun, Ina
DBTJGO-ISTS
SARATOGA SPRINGS
is mi aim
AT HARCLAYB' DRUG STORE.
. Frmh BcrrLi, Piiit.
L
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
all aatDT run na uituuit iboilii
At Barclayh',
II
K L M II O L D ' I
aiiAl'i: rcAiAiviiA J 1 f orape J PILLS
I CATAWDA1.1 OKAVeS
GRAPE I. CATAWBA ) i I.ORAFE ) PILLS
AUD All or
J HKLHBOLD'r) MEDICINES
I FRESH FROM FIRST UANIiS,
AIwhjs to stock in large supply, and for cala r.j
Rarclaj Bros,
FBESH BXjTTIE XjXCJC
JUST RECEIVED
A1P
orNfilftby Ihr Jlnan Bottle or Callon
AT BARCLAYS'.
Extra Fine Coloone;
HaTGit.vuiNE Imported Extracts;
0Hair, Tooth and Nail BRCsnEb
0Inpia Rubber Nursery Goo7.
AT
SARCxjA-Tr BEOS.
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
ltest Kradea in Urge stock anil ta
rletjr, very clieap;
ALSO I
Full Line of Colors,
Ml AND Ik Oil-,
Paint Hrunhes, Lmaeeil Oil,
WhitewasLP aihaa Turpentine,
Varn'aiMi Etc He.,
all amDi ao STAXDAan tti'ALiTiaa
At Barclays'.
FAMILY GltOCEKIEH.
LOUIS JORGEN SEN,
Dealer in all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
GBOCBBIBS.
tar mar 'a Yard and Mtabllnsj
WITHOUT CHARQE.
Cor. WaRUiDeton-av.'and Twoutioth-st.
CAIRO, ILLS.
JAKE WALTER,
BT7TO IE3I ID IR
anu niALia m
FRESH MEAT,
Eioutu Street, Between Wasuinoton
and Commercial avenues,
Adlolulnc HItteakQMM dk Haaay'a.
Keep the best of Beef, Pork, Wutloo, Vsal,
Lamb, BausaKe, ale., and are prepared te serve
m l fana In th nAl aisisAnUsJai aaaBBar
V' aanae I at uw faBawey wvvv eaiw aiesmm -t
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON-AV.
nnv cioSww
71. FALWYKJT 73
C. HANKY.
LARGE STOCK.
BROWN SHEETINGS,
PRINTS,
TicKiira-a.
CHECKS,
ISO
STRIPES,
KENTUCKY JEANS, EXTRA,
CASSIMERS,
FI1AKITEI1S.
BLACK ALPACAS
AXD
LUSTERS,
OROS GRAIN SILKS,
iori,i.N.
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETIN'O
OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINO,
Window Nlindea,
OILT HANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACE
DAMASKS.
Ills RntlreNlork Xow Cloalna; On!
AT
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 6tH ST., AND COMMERCIAL-AY.,
Cairo, Illlnoli.
aeptltf
LCMBfCR.
S. WALTERS,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
jt every Jeaerlpllen,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
ORDERS SOLICITED.
Steamboat Lumber,
Furnished on shortest notice.
Coramercial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sts.,
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
yM
REAL. EHTATKAUKNT.
0. WINSTON Jfc CO..
REAL ESTATE AGENT
AND
AUCTIONERS,
74 (second floor) oiiio leyee,
cairo, ills.,
Buy and Skm. Rkal Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
I prepare Conrerances of Kluils.
HILLlNKItS.
MRS. M. SWANDKR, 1
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Coaausarvlal Avcuur, tiiicall llllo
and llaytboru'a
Cairo, Illinoi.
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAiv
Made u order, or Ready Made.
Has reeelsed a full and inipli atook of goodi,
thn newaat nnd corupletest In the city. An Im
mense arity ol
RIBBONS, LACES AND FRINGES
ahe oflere area! inducemeta to her patrons snd
all others to call oa ber.exauilne the prlees, etylea
aud quality of ber goed
Mra.9wandr, having sold ber prony, wll
sell Use whole et these aoo.ls at aud btlowvosi
Hew le the time to purchase Cnnslmas ood
altha yery leweetetleee.
MOAT rtr.sMrr..
O. D. WILLIAMSON.
WHOLESALE GROCER,
PRODUCE AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Wo.7Ohlol,M
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
"Special; attention men to conalipiManu"
an onlera.
S A M W I L S O N , "
...i
BOAT STOEES
a
1 s
0 ROCERtKS,
PROVISIONS, ETC.
So. no
Ohio Leyee : : : : : Cairo, III
oannaa raoMrTLf FriLLtn
BANKS.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
Chartorel Harris SI. IUI.
omen IK
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
omciasi
A. B. 8AFFORD, Preaident ;
tl. 8. TAYLOR, Vice-President ;
VT. IIYSLOI', Hecretarr and Treasurar4
Diaactoui
P. W. BaacLAT, Cpas, Oalioiib,
F. M. BTocarLtiii, I'aI'L O. Bcbcb,
R. M. Ccnnixshah, V. F. Uallibat,
J. it. Pautiri.
OrpoalU of any Amount Rreelredrrwni
Ten OntN lpivarda.
f NTEIIE3T paid on depeslti altha rateot aia
X percent, per annum, Match let and Heptara
her 1st. Intercut not wlthamwn la Mldedtroma
alalely to tno principal 01 uie uepuane, mvnur
g'Tlnn them compound interest.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAT
DEPOSIT MONEY
SO THAT K0 03t lilt CAN EBAW IT.
Open erery business day from 9 a.m. to Sp-jn.
and Saturday ereninir lor BAVINS DKP08ITH
viii. rtwu, u'cmt'K.
auJOif W. 1IT3LOP, Treasarar.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or CAIRO.
DANIEL HURD, President;
ROBERT W. MILLER, Vice-President
C. N. nUOHES, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS, PROMPTLY MADE
EXCHANGE, coin, bank notes and United
States securities boiiUt and sold.
Intrrmt Allowed oa Time Pep It.
THE CITY NATIONAL
b.a.:n-tc.
CAIRO; ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL,
$100,000
W. P. HALLIDAY, Treildent
II ENRT L. HALLIDAY, Vice President
A. n.BAFFOKD, Cashier;
WALTER HYSLOP. Assistant Chier.
mascTOBai
ttiATS Taylob, iiosrav II. CvsmxaHAa,
lirxKt 1.. Ualliday, W, P. Uallidat,
Oio. D. WiiLUMios, HTiriiis Bias
A. R. BArrnan,
Kscbnuge, Colu nml I'nlled Mates
tltand Bonght nnd Hold.
DEPOSITS recel
business done
received, and a Keueral banklne
OAK 1'ITTERN.
II. T. OEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
on i i.Lra ii
UAN riXTl'IIEtt.
Oas FitUr'a.and Wumber's P'a'jrl.
pumps, glob anu JW;"'tV. ?
cocks, chick Yalrea.ew.
iuo Aossf re
rulta Brolbtre Falenl Biry aat Hetersi
. . .? mhSu.. Wells A Coe Aetomatle WaU
AniBd"'a.!rhMdw'7 Valve fer stearu kelten.
WlKTM'e aUOCX, CBltEaU-AYta

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