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JOHN 11. OBERLY & CO.,
TUB MAILS.
annine. crrinr
.n,th. Tl.roua.i :). rn. Mp.n
,, w,y ...... Hiito i.m. I:'iOn.rn
ve.ilh, Way U.l'.p.m. ;p.m
i - Through N. O., Mem-
phla an d Columbuv J.W p.m. 4: p.m,
Ohio Hirer route, jexcepi
Monday) iWp.m. e.oop.m,
.roil Moiintmn K. It 2:30 a.m. 11:t p. n,
Im, Elver route, Tuesday
and Friday COO p.m. 7:Wlp.m.
nebca, flooMi laland 1 Hantft
Fe. lilt., Thuraday 4 Krl.
,,y ; COO p.m. IiOOa.m,
Mayfleld, lllandnlle and
.ovclaee, Ky ll.ooa.m. 4.f''.m.
orrict iioia.
Uinual Delivery 7iVia.in.
(SuadaySio.m.)
oney Ordr department :W a.ni. e.w
Remitter " " " " I.M.m, Mi'.m.
Money Older and Itctlaler department ni
en on Hundays.
OUR CHURCHES.
IIKHHVrKUIAN KtjtMhltrel.
Preaolung, Sabbath at 1M . . and 7!J
l'r) er meeting, Wednesday l 7! r. a.
Sunday 8e!i tol, a r. u. J. M. I.anaden, Super
intendent. Htr. C. It. Foott, lAtrr.
METHoDlST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut Sf.
Preaching, SabMth i'i' , . and 7 r. .
I'fpyrr tnPtlf, Wednesday, 7),' r. m.
HunJayrichoot :ie. . t.. W. tlilxctl. rtuper
mtendent. Iter. F. L.Tiioieao. Ptator.
i.lluRCH OF THE REDEEM Kll-(i:pi"il
Morning prayeta, Sabbath lo'-i a. t.
Evening prayer lii r. .
Sl.lr.lll (H-tiOjl, 9 a. M.
tier. 2Ja. (', Recter.
aT. PATRICK CIR'HCII-Jor. Mnth i.and
Washington Artnue.
.'uUio -cmce, Sabbath snl M
Veper, Sr..
unday (school, 2 r. .
iervlc mr; da,, r. .
Rev. I. J. O'lIaLloaia,, Frirat.
meeting teeond Monday etcb month at ir
Prayer room of the Preabjlenan Church
rVeekly Fraaer meeting, Friday. 7) r. ., at
.he Prayer ro-im of the Preabjterian church.
C. Paaaoai, Prealdent.
lFHlCAX M ET II ODIT Fourteenth, b-tween
Vi'alnut an I Cedar,
jerncea, Sjbbath, 11 a. x.
eii-idar SiIiiw1, V, r. .
CiSr, .
Kt ONI) fltKIWIM. I!APTIST-Klfle.nth Ht.
Piraohimr,: t. x. Iter. Win. Jackson, l'ator.
between Walnut anl LViiir.
Berrlcen .SubUlh, 1)J and 3 r. m.
Iter. N. ltici.,rlor.
I'.KK-WILl, HAITIHT IIOMK Ml.lllO. t-U.N
'AT BOHtKJI Corner w!nut and Cedar Ha.
. undiyfcnool,) a. m,
M'JiT FKEB W1M. DAI'TI.-iT CIIURCH-Cur-
ry'a IUrracVi.
errlcei.rtaUnth 11 . r. . and r. a.
Iter. Wm. Kiu.tr, Haator.
i-iIlsTMIHSlONAUV UAI'llaT CllUitCII-llel.
ween 10th and 11th trcet, near Cedar.
I'reachlnc Habiath 10,' t. ., and 'H r. m.
PeayerMeeiinj, We.)neday erenlng.
I'rruhln;, Friday erenliig.
mbUlh N hool, I1; r. x. John Van Hazier and
llary htepheni Cuiermtendcnt.
lter.TJ.bnoaiii. I'ato
HF.COND HAtTsTCIIt'tlCII-houiteenlh atreet,
leiweenOdar and Walnut; Her. Ja-o! Hrad-
ley, F.tder; the only Haptlit Church recognued
i y the Alteration, terrleef, Sunday 11 o'clock
-,ru., at 3 p.m. and at 7 p.m.
Jp ppiritr, Kldr
SECRET ORDERS
THK MASON.".
Cio rwwxr.iar, No. Unstated Aamlly
at lheAylumlMonli Hall, flrat and Ihud.fca..
urdara In each month.
Caiao Covartt, .No. !!!. Hejular Conrocationat
Monlc Hall. the aecond Friday tncach month.
Ciiao Ciiinia, .No. 71. SeKUlar Conocation
at Matonlc Hall, on the llilrd Tued) of eery
'"cJieo Lnvot, .No. 237 F. 4 A. M -Regular Com.
municationa at Jtasanic Hall, th ieconl and
fourth Mondayol each month.
DtLta Uoor, .Nu.fAa F. A. M.-Rejular Com
.nuukatiout at llanonlc Hall Srtt and third
Thurtdaya In each month.
TUK OUD-VKLLOwa.
Atm-i'ia Irir,2il. Me.t In OddFellot.'.
Hll,lnArtrr' Hutlilni?, erery Thursday tren
Bit, at 7 o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS.
STATK OFFICKHS.
Gorernor, Jahn M. Palmer i
Lieutenani-Corernor, John Douglierlf I
Secretary ol State, Edward ltummel ;
Auditor of State, C. E. I.ipplncolt ;
SUte Treaanrer, B. X. Hatc ;
Supt. Public lobtructlon, Newton llateman.
CONGIIKSSMEN.
Jenators I.yman Trumbull and John A. Logan.
I'.eprctcntattre. for the aiate at I.arae J. L
Hererldgo.
Itepreaentatlre Thirteenth Diitrict John it
teba.
MKMIJERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Senulorr, lt Hiatrict I'. A. E. Holcemb, ol
Union, and S. K. C;i!.on,ef Gal'.alln.
l!epreentatlre, lat DUtri 't II. Waton Webb".
f countvo"fficeus.
ClItCUlT COUHT.
Judge I). J. Baker, of Alexamler.
I'roaecutlng AttorneyI. F. MtC.irtney, at
Circuit Clerk Jim. Q. Harman.
BherilT-A. It. lrvln.
Wm. Martin, Aaaexor and Tieaaurer.
COUNTY COUKT.
Judge F. llrosi.
Asoc.a'es-J.K. SIcCrlteand 3. MatchUdOb.
Clerk Jacob 0. Lynch.
Coroner John It. Ciomman.
MUNICIPAL "GOVERNMENT
jyor John JI. Lnaden.
frea.mcr-J.B. Taylor.
Comptroller-E. A. llurnctl
Clerk Michael llowley.
ilaralinl Andrew Cln.
Attorney r. It.l'ope.
Police Magiatratea F. Droaa and U. Bhia.
ay,
Cliletol Police L. II. Myera,
SKI.KCT COUNCIL
ayor John M. Lansden,
Firm Ward-l'. . Sohuli.
Becond Vfnrd C. It. Woodward.
Uilrd Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Slant Taylor.
Oltyat.Large W. P. HalliJiy nd D. lluid.
110AIID OF ALSBRMKN.
HRST WARU-Jamei Renrden,
Leo Kleb,
HMO Walden.
. COND WARD It. H.CiiuninKlinm,
E. Under,
Henry Winter,
Jamea Swayne.
THIRD WARD-Wm. Stratton,
Patrick FitrgeiAld
OURTII WARU-Jame Carroll, .
O, II. Beans,
IJ.II.ltetcair.
PROPRIETORS.
rni.n? 73TTT t irrnrT
rri:r wu) i niiTri
Ol'l'OSITIOX TO THK TKMPK1!
ANCH I. AAV.
TJ1K CLAYTON INVESTIGATION.
AKHKKT OF A HANK CASII1KK.
$200,000 KMHKZZLEI).
Xiw VoliK. Feb. Illi. The trlul of
two ilanglit'-rs of the iiillllonniro, .S.imuc!
Whltelicml of Now Itrmitwlck, N. J , on
n chnrgs of contjiirliig to burn thu old
timti to ilculli in the family iimntioii In
Wasihtoti, N. .1., cnitoii ubrujitlv, the
prosecution miiM'JIv nbnnJonin(; tliu cae.
1 1 was lull ol ,
QKKIt COMPLICATIONS. j
Tlin truth ai.nina In lu tlnit tlio uld tiluli'a
livo foil, who l.nd twen nllt'im'.Ld from I.
Mm, had hired Ills vnlct, an cxpntrlatcd '
KnL'li1i ceiivict. to rar Unit the two
dntighti'M had fcii)iloy(I him to gt the I
old linn drunk, Iticn burn thu family j
illilliSIUIJ 4ll- tlJ rrcwai im .J il f
object beifi,; to ict Iho futher KKiiin.1 the j
umiiriiicn to wnom ne nau wiuvu me ouik
,.t 1.1. r,.r.Mr. Tim in!,.!1. Im.in I
wni all the oli. ucircil, out me fjrauu
ury acnuiltcd this UauuliteM unu to-mor.
row lie I to be tint on trial of nron nd I
attempt to murder ,
'I hi (!vid!ti(Mi boforu the Clayton Inves
tigating committee veaterdny, by an editor
ol Tlio .Miil'Iio it r lower, a repuuiicKn,
rkaima imper, waa to thu tllect that the
Clayton register had utrnck from the poll-
liiU rcpubTlcan voters Jtut lecame they
were onti-uiiiytoti.to the number ol tercrai ;
hundreJ, and had taken away tho public
pririlliiir lor the tame reason. J oc vi- ,
dence I- unparHlleled in conrctlonal In- j
vciiiuaiion i'ir mi'crv, ncrjiirv, Hirterv ,
and lartcnt. ' i
Pkoiua, Feb.4. A large meeting of Ger-!
kdi wa. held at Turner hall to-dav to
opjwo the tcmperanco law, and the Gcd
In lhj constitution movement. A f ociety
was formed with four hundred and fifty
mumbcrt toprotcttaud prevent, if ponible,
either of the above plans being carried
into execution. Clms. Fein?, was elected
president. The meeting was very enthu
siastic and seemed determined to make n
big effort for this cautc.
l'AKKKIl A' BLAKK,
rr.iirra i
WALL PArER, PAIIN'TS,
I'lill)', Itrimlnr, Rnsollnr,
GLASS.
WINIIOW SI1AUES,
And the eelet rated tllumiDatlcx
AUKOHA OIL.
rtROfs" nuii.DiNti, con. 1 Itii-st. a commercial-a
v.,
C'Alr.O, ll.LI.SOL
CASSIDV, WOLKK k CO.,
Produoh and Ghockrifs
WAsllINOTON AVKNUK, BETWEKN
EIGHTH ANH NINTH STS
CAIRO,
.LLINOIS
tar Give them u Cull! "a
dfc!ul.:m.
GKXr.ItAI. AOKNTfi.
HALLIDAY BROTHER
GENERAL AGENTS
a Mi
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
i
Mi:ucii a x r h
ASt
DEALERS IK ELOTJR ;
ent" of
Ohio Itlvcr nuit Knntinlin
SALT CO3vrF-A.3STI0El
70 Ohio L-tsvee,
tf CAIItn. ILLINOl
ON MARRIAGK.
Ilannr relief lorvounu men Irom tho rflectaa
errors and abusos in early iiln. Manhood re
stored. Nervous I'cbility cured, luipedimenli
to marriage removed. New method of treat,
ment. New and remnrliiibla rcini-dlc. lliioks
and cirr libra sent tree, in nenlril (trivelopen, Ail
dreaa HOWARD A-jSOCIATION, NO. !! Koiilh
Ninth rit.. I'lillaiieiiuilii,. m. rJcc.MOi.iin.
NOTICE.
THE Copartnership exlaling between the un
deraiitnod Mill i-xpiia on or before
j 01 iiesi. i-er
tnna inrlf.!.,,.,! .. n
SuLi u5r,"ll,'e placed In other hands lor
tilt's an. 1, 1178. "ATI Kit.
Dllt'U.S.
OHIO I.KVKK,
CIM, III!
druo-o-iste:
j SARATOGA SPKIOS
1 m rt'Lv ati.r
j AT HARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
1 FataH .Fcrrtr, Daitr.
MOCKING miW FOOD
an iiim roa eat witHorr raorau
At Harclayo'.
J J K I. it M 0 L II ' Q
... tt m fill j
OKA l'J-. f catawiia ) r, ( anxvr. i 1 ILLS
'lanxvr. i ril,L.
L ORAl'K
InMAi-K. ) PILL6
.... . .... l I T i i , r
O U A P K I CATA W II A ) I OR A VK ) PI LLb
M ll nr
it i: t. i n o t. n 'h mkiiicix kh
rr.KXll FROlt FIIWT HANP.H,
Alwnj tovk In Urge "iippty, and fr etU j
(It n r I n rtroN.
.c. -. TT - -rr-c-
PB:BSH lalCTC
) U T RECEIVED
m.
orMHle l., HirUlnan Koitlr r Cull. t.
AT BARCLAYS'.
., ,.
H-9-txTiu t INK Coloonk;
CSSrGKNUINK iMPORrKU Exr TACT j
tarllAiR, Tooth ami Nail Brushk
t65IxniA RuiinER Nur,ert Goo
r
I SAECjjAY BEOS.
" 1
PURE "WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Heat e;rdea in arge atock and ra
rlety, Tery cheap;
alio:
Full Line of Color,
Ji! lD l Olf,
Paint It.-l.lhr, l.inaecil 0,1,
Whitewatl. P Jih:. Turp-ntine,
Varn nhti Etc. etc.,
Alt KtVM ASD JTXrRD t'AUTIM
At Barclays'.
I
HOOKS, -ami. i:tci
w
OO TO
W. W. THORNTON'S.
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J TENTH STREET,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
tor
Doora, Naiali, Blluda. HouIdlsiK,
I'jVPlullerii,(nool)iVlnilawanl looa
Frnmea, rioorlnf;, Lath,
ShliiRlrN, SilHieU Hash, tilaxrd Sid
I.IkIiI, fllmed Triinaouia,
Nnali WrlKlifis, Hnah I'Dlllm and Corda,
nilnd Frmtrnlns), nooOna;
Tell, Itoollnt: Cement, FUatrriaaj
I'nprr, Cnrpet Felt, Whit
Lend, I.I nurd Oil, Amerlraa Window
Glnxn, CiikIUIi nndl'rencb
I'lnt (llaaa, I'liUy, Ulaaler'a rlala
nvwr i-apai lalriat rhimMfr.
i:te., Ktr., Kir.
AOKNTS lor Rock Illret Paper Company'
.liCKiliiDB Felt and CJuarli Ccmcat.
II, . John a improved Hootnij; always on
and
i.cmiKit.
S. WALTERS,
UIAlltlS
n ARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol every des:riptln,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTiS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
ORDERS SOLICITED.
Steamboat Lumber,
FurnlKlied on ahnrtest notice.
ComillOrciill-aV, lotl'lOtll and lltll-J-tS.,
. ' '
CAIRO ILLINOIS,
y7d
CAIRO, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 0 1872
MI'K
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA.
j Thk Most SrccxMruL LtrK IxsuaANcr. ConroRATiox or tiik Same Aoe is
PtTBBIi Y
iVO STOCKIIOLDKKS
Amount ofJPolicim in Forci Dec. 31, 1870,
Total Income to Sauk Date,
Net Ivcrkase or IIuks in Force, 1870,
Tk I,)rcMl Xtt Inrreair darlac fha
Grom Increase or Risks in Force,
Only (wocumpailet In the world exceed (hit
i na onir
MENTH IN i'i
i company which jruaranlee. aa a chartered rUiit. th" "rmeii.ln of LOCAL INVEST-
rtACII bTATE, In proimrt on to Ha Premium" or lle-lnaniaiiee Hind. .
' company arnieh. by It. tharter, ctrea EACH STATE A IIEI'HE-K.NTATlVi: IN THE
mini nm vtrrtwi!
I re onlr eomti.
U')IE HOARD OF PfflECTOIth.
G-IElSr IE IR-aVXi OFFICE, ST. Z-OTJIS, MO.
JAMES II. BRITTON, President.
Henry W. HU(in, Vic President. Felix Coste, Supt. MisaMitl Dept.
"Wm. II a nlet, Secretary. Jnii.v N. PitiTCitAUDJL'rcniUrer.
C. r. 11URXES, Attorney. K. L. Lemoink, M. D. Mid. Ollltcr.
Hon. Wm. Barxec, Consulting Cotituel and Actuary.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT.
K. P. Bcrlinoham, Mnfingcr.
CAIEO SE,lA.3STCH BOARD.
Ihe fnrlui atmed featlerr.a hoM or coatrol IlO.COi inaurance ntb, mil Lile Arolatii)U
of Amer ca :
P. W. Barclay,
H. W. Wkrb.
II. II. Ca.vdee,
John Antrim,
CrtAS. Galioiier,
.1. M. PiiiLLir!-,
C. Hannt,
R. S. Br oham,
Paul G b'enuu.
l.eara anr Kate aad Flatia kelsre
LOCAL
Carl L.Tuumav,
Hl'Uaj.
..-eft.
CO
(el O
CBOt'KBIEH AMD PRY COOM.
WILLIAM KLUOK,
Mtua ta
FAMILY GROCERIES,
DRY-GOODS,
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS, ETC.,
red a heavv atne'i or ftootai anJ
lIleryLd Notloi a,
vmi 'ASH VFRY C'H K A V
I flat Juat received
' Hhoea. II
, FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY
j
. lie al ba a hue .lock of Family meceriea m
fiery kind.
j AI,VWII avvmnjcT AND COMMVk
CORNER SI XTH-Sr, AW U UUAlalMt
tOIAL-AV.,
AIRO, ILLINOIS
IXHIinAM'i:.
jCvT UTUAI;
TO AHSOIUJ PROFITS.
- $45,0:5,7-t0 00
3,974,788 80
- 20,000,910 00
yar It?n orauj ('vsiipntiy In the World.
U70, $30,n27,730 00
groea Increiae during l7o.
.Ioiin II. Oiierly,
Wm. Monni,
T..I. Kertii,
W. K. Ktisox,
yan Inajnrc In any other 'nnitnnjr.
AGENTS,
dei-lld.lm.
W. B. Kern by.
wnoi.nsAi.r ciinc'Enn.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
j AVHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO 1. E V K E
C A I It O I I, I. I X O I S .
A'ao, kiep conatantly on haml a m"t .cm
plete aloel of
LIQ,'CTO-RS.
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKIKs
(i I X -
Pfirt, Maderia, .Sherry and CntAwbii V.'ltiM
RJMVTII A CO. 'ill eelu-nly foi .j!i,ii
. vihich fact they Invite the eapecial .itiu-
iiou oi eioae imt uu uuyrri.
Sire!nl attention fiveu to 'tiling Ontera
UAII.UOAIlS.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
via
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
caoo, New York, Boston,
AM, All.
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Paaaeuger trains arrive at t:d leave Cairo aa lul
low t :
HAIL. IMKIM.
Aaatvr 4 a,m 1 p.m.
Dr.rAaT 4 n.m I-M15 a.m.
Doth trains connect at Centrnlia wilh train on the
roa
Pana. DecAtur, Hlo.inlni!tcn, El I'.kp, L.iSnlle,
Melldotll, I'recioit, ILilena, libil,pie, and
!11 potntu in llliuol, Jlia-mirt,
Jllnneota, Wiacon-ln and
Iowa. And wilh
Lines runnliiR Ea,t anil Weft lor
St. I.oui", HpnnstieMJ Louisville,
Cinuumatl, ludi.iiiapoliii, Culuinbii.
And at Chicago with Mlchwui Cenml, Michigan
Koutliem, and I'it!b':r. Furl Wejno
and Chicago I'.ulroada lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Albany, lluton, I'hiUdeiphu,
Niagra Falls, Erie, llutUlo,
New York, Pitti-burK, lUItini'irc,
Wnnhinxion.
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN It. R.
On and after Monday, Aprll JIth, IS7I, traiiawil
ruu as tollons i
NOltrilER.V DIVISION.
TaAi.it goiho roi'iiir.iT
Mail.
Lenve Viralnia i,;lu.m
' Hnriiiullcld 8 Ju "
' Tlorrille ti:M '
Arrire at I'ann Ill I'i m
Expiesa
tif.Jj ruin.
. 3.0(1 "
.. 4il7 "
TBAIKS O01MO NOKTIIHrJIT,
Extueaa Mail. ,
J-.xprem
..4',b0u,m .
Leave Pana V.Ouu.m J.Mti.m
" Ta)lorllle Ill " " I
Arrive at ririnEik'ld,..tiilo " 0;ij '
Leave SpaliiKtlcId fi:2A " C:l " j
,..!.., I1!...!.!. L.O (I k.l t
AIIIIDfll ho.... ...,,.. ..,(.
SOUTHERN DIVISION. '
Tuusi oolMi aovtunaT. '
Leave Edgcwood oiUUa.m I0;lua.m
' Flora - b:I5 " 1 1: Id " '
Arrive at bhawnectown&3.'lp m A:lS p.m
tuaim aoiMO aoanivtaT.
Leave fihawncetown 8;l5a.m (.2'p.m
' Flora 'tM " ''
Arrive at Edirewood s;SU " ",
Tlio5;J a in. train Irom Edgi wood, run only
Mondays, Weilneailayaaml Fridaj. and S:a.lll.
train from Shawneetowu on Tucadaya, Ihura-
il.va .nil SfllllMlMV..
uoiiiiecia ai AHiiianii iuirf'-ai'ii,i'i,'',,.twii
of Chlcaito and Alton Railroad, lor J icksuuvillc,
Peteraburir. Maaon City, a nd all noun. west. I
..-i.r..M..I.I t.,,1, l'l,li.nrrt nn.l lllrt.i ,tn,l
...... .III... I,.,
Toledo, Vbh and Weatcrn Railroad, lr
Illoomliigicii.uiiciw., ...... ..,.., un..,..unii-
ii pun. uith In. I. and St. I.eula. nnd llllnol
Central Railroad lor all pmnU cnat.aoiilh and
tailtneaai.
At IMiewood with Chicago DilIon lll.noia j
Central itailroad.
At Flora, with Ohio aid Mlsriaalppi Railioad, j
a.itl, P.(dllcah,C.rroindKt. Loiih.
, t. J ;NlMITII. fi-n'lHup't.
I Sau aitT.i Wat ttn.1 Ticket Ag't.
AiniiBinnTni.il, wuii MP.iiiiuiiai jor uineiu
AVOID QUACKS
i , vimm f early IU'IimtWioii, cuiiaiugtu'rtoiia
j ilebillly, premntuie decay, ele having tried In l
Til" e'"rJ adnrtlaeil remedy, Ima discoycie.l
,mplo meant of telf-oure, which he will tend
I free ti lita fellow'tuilerer.
, II, Reevet, No, 73
auglMwly
BUMTIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON-AV
I L'ltS AM) lllIll.H.
I). LKVY k CO.,
tritrta ik
HIDES ASD FURS,
WOO!,, FKATIIKIM, KTt'.,
93 O jEC I O :ii E V 23 3S.
Cairo, Illinois,
novlJt
MINCEM.AXF.Ol'pt.
V. h. INjyETT," it SON,"""
Importer, Manufagturera and Jobbers of
M USICAL lERCHANDISE
..i ii i-iivv-ij
llrnai nml firrmnn .Silver
J3 A N J) INSTR UrENTS,
No. H. Third Street,
oclildJm. HT. I.OUIS, MO.
.7AKH WMrEll,
AND ITALtt II
FRESH MEAT,
EtoiiTii Street, Between Washington
and Commercial avenues,
Ailliilnc I'.lttenhoite A llnintjr.
Keep the beat of lteef, pork. Mutton, Veal,
Lamb, Kiiu.nge, etc, and ate tireiared to aerve
enliena in the mot HCCC.lablo anner.
CHia. Acitorxan ra. wminy acmcK.
CIIAS. SCIIOEN.MKYER k CO.
FURNITURE ROOMS,
UPHOLSTERING
A.M
Mattress Mnnufacturing,
I'lirnltnrc lie pnlrliiR,
I'ICTL'RE FRAMING.
All order proiujilly aIIumIhiI to.
:;oi;rinvi:sT iorxku or wamunuton av-
KM'K A Nil 1 KXTH ST.,
CAIRO, ILL.
P. O. Drawer 11.
Jan'itf.
iiooTN a.vif sttorji.
WUiLIAM KHLERH,
Pa-liionablo
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
TWENTIETH TRKET,
HetHeen U'aaitington avenue aud Pjji!.ir
CAIRO, ILL.
Ilcola and f-hnca .Made to Order.
Finn UVrLinen Einduyed.
riatlafictlon Wiirranied.
Patronaeo tinlioite
CITY SHOt STORE
hi
HOOP S1QRT FACTORY
uLc AQiscr roa
"BEOLASKI'S"
CUSTOM-MADE
15 O O T S A N D S II O K S
Ciiinnirreliil Avenue, Corner of lUuhth
Ntrrct,
Cairo, Illinois.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ALL OR
DERS for iioorsicnrr.s and shoes.
family ;itn i:ttn.s.
LOUIS JORGENSEN,
Dcalrr in all kiuila of
STAPLE AND FANCY
G-BOCEBIBS.
I'lirinrr'N Ynril mid HlnlilhiK
W ITHOUT CIIAKGIS. J
Cor, WdHtiiDgtou-av.'auii Twcntietli-st. '
CAIRO, ILLS.
ivS7dlf.
PAINTFJIN.
MOORE & MAT.I1EWS,
, T.Trtlloft o;,y .l n,.iin,iniW,l
I Aiuuauj kjlll Uliaa i iiiHiiviii,,,
PAINTERS,
IlrroinlUc Piipcrhniic;!
Iiik". vt ..
jierlinuultiif, Kulsoiiiiii.
,)on(( (n lit nj(.0 ,,,,.;.
I raiei tuai ueiyi-uiiipt'iiiiau.
SHOP IN' TERRY HOUSi:, CORNER OF 8TU
STREET AND CUMKRCIAL AVENUE.
COAL,
COAL! COAL! COAL!
JAMES ROSS,
ntAuaii
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CAUBOHJ
GOAL!
Conimorcial.av., Foot of EIovcuth-Bt.
All CoM eartfully wl,hel M the yard on Fair
oanks scale".
FULL WriOHT WARRANTED.
I
Co,,. 'nt,t on the aliorteat notie. , tar
.nrl 0, tnee,yi cither by tb half ton, toi or oar
lo.ii.
Leave order at the ofCc oa CommraJ-,a
h foolof Eleventh atreel. novlCd-4ea.
DA.MU,
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
BjfiL-rsr-EC.
Clinrlercal .Mnrrh 31, ISOff.
CITY NATIOVAL BANK, CAIBO
orrtcttat
A. I). -iAFFORI), President i
H. t. TAYLOR, Viee-Prondent;
W. IIVSLOP, rteeretarv and Treaaurer.
DiarcTOcti
I. W. RiKCLAr, Ciias. Oalioiiii,
F. M. Hro KiLtnii. Pail O. Sciivh.
It JI. Cl'SMVlMOl, W. P. IIallioat,
J. .11. I'lllLlll'..
OepnsllH il any Atnnunt IteeclveU IrOB
Ten CentH l!panrdn.
INTKUEiT paid on depoalta at the rate of HZ
percent, per annum, .March Inland Heptera
ner lt. Iiitere-t not withdrawn la r.dde,l iu.m
dlatrly to tie principal of tho depoalta, thereby
K'vin them compound lutcret.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAT
DEPOSIT MONEY
10 THAT SO O.NE tilt CAN DBA IT.
Open eve.y buaineaa day from 9 a.m. to 3 p m.J
and (Saturday eveninir tor BAV1XO DEPO-IT9
only, from C to a o'clock.
auMJtl W. HYSI.OP, Treaaorer.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
sir caiiio.
DANIEL HURP, I'reeldenti
ROBERT W. MILLER. VlccPrealdenl i
0. N. Illjr.IIE-j, Caahler.
COLLECTIONS PROMITLY MADE
J.lXCHAMiE, coin, bank nolex and Unitaat
V Stales aeeuritles bought and Hold.
Interest AlloHed un Time Itrpoalta.
TJIE CITY NATIONAL
SJAIKO; ILLINOIS,.
CAPITAL,
8100,000
V. P. HALLlPAY.Presiden
JIENRY L. HALLIDAY, Vice Trealdtnti
A. II. HAFFORD, Caahler J
WALTER I IVii LOP, Aaslatant Caahler.
Staats Tiv i.oa. rtotrar II. Cviinobaj,
llrsuv L. Hailidat, v. IMIaiiidat,
(ir.o. I. WitiMsiio, i-Ttiiita Bibd
A. 0. Samiok.
lrhiniKf, Coin anil Cnltetl Mtatca
ltund RoiiRht nnd Hold.
DKMVMTs rei-elved, and a seneral bankln
hllaiii'aa done,
kkai. r.sTAn: aoext.
0. WINSTON k CO.,
REAL "ESTATE AGENT
AUCTIONERS,
7t (SECOND FLOOR) OHIO ISVKE,
CAIRO, II ..
Ruv and Sell Real Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF T1TIJC
' A i I Vtre(ro ConiTixatt;f KlstU.
Nattau tlritt, Nw You.
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