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JOHN 11. OBBHLY & CO.,
THE MAILS.
arrive. Prr-tar
.North, Thrown S.wm.rn. :Wp.m
Wfly.,., 2:20 plm. 4:00 p,m.
South, Way 12.14 p.m. i'Wp.m.
" Through N. 0., Mem
phis find Columbus CTf.ni. 4:Wp,m,
Ohio Illvrr route, (eicepl
Monday) -.. i'Op.m, COO p.m.
iron Mountain It. It lj.10a.rn. lLuop.n.
Miss. Itlver route, Tuesday
unit Friday OjOOp.m, 7iWp.m.
Iliebes, floose Island A Bantu
IV, III'., Thursday .1 Frl-
.lay ; Mflp.tn. 7;00a.m,
Mayfield, IHandville nnd
Lovelace, Ky ll:(Ja.m. I.onp.m.
vrrur. not a.
(l-turul Delivery .. TiSoa.ut.
(Sunday lo'Jn.tn.)
" oney Order depaatiiK.nl...... :w a.m. t.V)
l!e,later " ' " '.' 8.110 a.m. 6.00 p.m.
Monty OHr and Kelster departments no
o eu on Sundays.
OUR CHURCHES.
HESIIYTF.RIAN-nighlh-strrel.
Preaching, habUlh at 10$ a, m., and 1'A r. .
l'raer Mlfetilig, Wednesday at r. M,
Sunday Sclwol, 3 r. H. J. M. I.an.den, Super
intendent. Iter. I'. II. Foors, l'utr.
tllrrttODlMT-Cor. Eighth and Walnut Ms.
I'reaclilng, Sabbath l',', a. ., and 7 r. x.
.A 1'rrrer meeting, Wednesday, 7,'r. M.
tanday School Jl r. at. I.. W. Htllarell, Huper
llitrridenl. Iter. F. L.TiiuiirsuN, Pastor.
CIILItCli OKTI1K IIKI)KKMKIt-(Kpiacopal)
Morning prayer, Sabbath !' 5 a. m.
livening prayers,7J. at.;
SabbMh school, ! i. at.
Rev. Ma.Cvta, Rectrr.
rT. PATRICK'S Clll'KCH Jor. Ninth M. and
Waallitigton Avenue,
fubllc Service, Sabbath SK and 10J,' a. M.
Vespers, 3 r. x.
UndayrVlmol, S r. x.
fc-ervlce every day, s r. x.
Iter. P.J.O'Halubak, Priest.
1 JUNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASHOClATlON-Ileg-ilia
r meeting second Monday each month at the
I'rayer room of lha Presbyterian Church
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, Vt r. t
the Prayer room of the Presbyterian church.
;. I'Atsoas, President.
AFRICAN METIIODIHT-Iourteenth, between
Walnut anl Cedsr.
rWvKes, H.bbath, 11 a.m.
Sunday School, r. w.
Cass:tr. m.
HKCOND FftEII-WILLIlAPTlST-Fifteanth 81.
l'reaclung, r. x. Kev. Win. Jukaon, Pastor.
between Walnut and Cedar.
Serricti Sabb.th, 1 aud 3 r. v.
Iter. N. Klcn.Pa.tor.
FltKK-WILl. UAtTlriTIIOMK MIMlu.-t fcU.N
UX KOIIUQI-Oorner walnut and Cedar Hta.
bunday School, 9 a, .
IRST FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH-Cur-
ry'a Darrak.
crTlce,rtabtthl1 i. v., r. K. and Vi r. .
Iter. W. Kilut, Paator.
KlRaTMIHSIONAItV ll.UMlHT CIIUKCII-Uct-ween
loth and 11th street., near Cedar.
Trcachinr Sabbath 10 J t. 7); r. m.
Prayer Meetinir, Wedne.dayneninR.
Prearhtnf, Friday eteniur.
p.l.txDi k l.nnl, l"i f. ii John Van Ilaxler and
Alary Stephen. SU.ermtendenti.
Iter. T J. Hno.ll. Pa. to
HECONl HAITbTCIIUIlCII-Fouiteenlh .treat,
Letween Cedar and Walnut; Her. Jacob Brad
ley, Elder i trie nnly Itaptl.t thurrh recosaited
I f the Ar.ociatiun. tertlcee, fcunday ll o'clock
e.iu., at 3 p.m. and at 7 p.m.
J act. Hein.tr, Elder.
SECRET ORDERS
4.
THE MASONS.
Catao OonMASttar, No. 13. Stated A.etntly
at tho A.ylura Majoni! IUII, first anil thirdfca..
urdava In each month.
Cauo Oa-xciL, No. 21. Regular Conrocationat
j a.onic Hall, the aecond Friday iniach month.
Uaiao CHACtia, No. 71. Ueiiular Contocatlon
at JU.onic Hall, on the third Tue.d.y of erery
inantti.
CAiao Loose, No. 237 K. A A. M Regular Com. I
municationa at 1anic Hall, the ercond and I
fourth lonla)a ot ea'h month.
JITA Iavqi, Xo.M F. a A. M. ReKiilar Com
munication, at JL.onlc 11.11 .1rt and third
Ihur.da) a in eitch month.
TI1K ODK-KKLLOWS.
AltXAkbia LorK.t,2j. Meela In OddFellov"..
II all, In Arti r'a lluildlnx, erery Thursday tren
at, at 7 o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS.
STATE OFFICE KS.
Governor, Juhn M. Palmer ;
tliautenant-Govcrnur, John Dougherty ;
Secretary ol fiule, Edward Hummel;
Auditor of State, C. E. I.ipplncolt ;
Slate Treasurer, K. N. ltaten ;
Wupt. Public Inftructlon, Newton Rateman.
CONOllESSMF.N.
denatom Lyman Trumbull and John A. Logan,
l'.epre.cntame for the Slate at Large J. L
RaTerldne.
Bepra.entatire Thirteenth Di.trict Jolin M
lets.
M E MI) E HS OENEUAIj ASSEM B LY.
Henator., 1st Diiinci r. A. E. llolccmb, ol
Union, and rf. K. (Ilt-on, of Clallstln.
llrj.rpfcntKllTr, let Di.trict II. Wat.on Webb
f-COUNTYOFFICEKS.
CIRCUIT t'OUUT.
Judge I). J. Haker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorne I. 1". McCartney, of
Has 4.10
Circuit Clerk Jno, (J. Ilarman,
Hhentl-A. II. Irvln.
Win. Mnrtiu, Astefsor am' Treasurer.
COUNTY COURT.
Judge r. Ilross.
AHsor.a'es J..K. McCrlte and S. Marchlldon.
ClerkJacob fl. Lvtich.
Coroner John II, flo.nman.
MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT
Vayor John St. Lsntiden.
Treasurer J. H. Taylor.
Comptroller E. A. nurnetl
Clirk-Mlclmel llowley.
All r.hal Andrew Cain.
Atti rney P. II. Pope,
I'oHoe Magistratos F, Ilross and II. Hhao
teisjr
Chis ol Police-L. It, Jlyers,
HKLKCT COUNCl.
ayor John it, Lanaiien,
First Ward-I'. a.tichiili.
Hocond Vfard C. It. W oouwartl.
Third Ward-Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward-H. Slanta Tylnr.
Olty.at.Large-W. P. Hallidiy and I), Huttl.
HOARD OK ALDKRMKN.
rilisr WAn-Jaine. nmden,
Leo Klcb,
Isaac Walilen.
SCONDWARU-II. lI.Ciinnin(!hain,
E. Under,
Henry Winter,
Jamaa Swayne,
tHIRD WAUD-Wm. Btrntton,
. ratilcls Fltrge:ald,
sBURTit WARU-Jamea Carroll,
O. II. Prime,
IJ.il.Metcair.
PROPRIETORS.
rp tl TT 7JTTT T 1W r vr
X1JL1J JJUXJXJJJiXJ.Jl.
ILLINOIS CAPITAL.
OMOJS MORE AT WORK IilSCt'SSI'f O" TIIK
KOUTIIERK KORMAL HUIIOOL UMVR
MTV A SU8PICI0UH MKABUKK COUNT T
rillNTINO, ETC. COUNTY JAII.S AND
TIIK VSK TIIBY ARK PUT TO, ETC.
(Special Mapatch loth Republ can.
A O0OI DAY WORK.
Hpkinoj-iei.d, Fb. 20. If, n. the truth
of hUtory reiuirl moto atatf, vestcrdRy
ni the dullott of th Miiion, nitmil'ir re
ard fgr rtrnclty mke It my duty to lay
tliattho I(UUtlo machine nerer run
more .tnoolhly than to-!fty. Each houi
counted HVery full attendnnceof mein hen,
who tarly and late, tnanifcalcd a deiro to
work. ht in Hope thai llio onys vi torn
foolery Hnd IdlcncM havo Taiiithed from
our ivgiiiauve nan., nnu inni nic tr
lent ipirit obierred to-doy may continue
till the cloiu ol the te.iion.
OOUTUKRN ILLINOIS NORMAL UNI VBRMTY.
Tho .enate inetit omo time to-day over
the hill making an appropriation to corn
pletB the Southern llllnoU Normal linl
vcr.lly at Carbondale. Thomcaiurocamo
up upon Its Hnal paiiupe, and gave rio to
1 i. i.. ni.- f... .1 ....ln...l
H ipirtlOU UllCUiSlori. A li
that the Initltulion has already coit the
tatenboutU6,000; in addition to wheh
$50,000 had been raised and expended on
the Initltutlon by Carbondale. That city
al.n fn iu bon'di to the amount of .f 100,-
WW, which if thrown upon the market
would not realize enough to pay for tho
paper thov are printed upon, but whith it
ii propose'd to allow Carbondalo to take
up at S3, cent, that la, to return tha 1100,
tJft l.,.nH. for about HO.OOO In eauh.
Senator "Waihburn urged the pauago of
the bill ai a public nocenlty. A groat
damper had been placed upon the growth
and nnlemrl.o of a nromiiint town, by
reason of the delay in completing tho
Normal university. In aniwer to a nuta
tion, Senator Marsh from the committee
who reported the bill, said that he under
. ... . . . . i - .
stood Carbouuaie to on reaay 10 pay c",
000 in ensh on the bonds within sizmontha
!r. Marth was of opinion that Carbon
dalo would nerer be able to no any bet
ter, and that unless tie state came to Its
relief, the univcriltv would never be fin
ished. Senator Fuller went into a brief
btslorvof the transaction. A number of
towns fallv ablo to do to tho letter what
thoy promised, and excellent locations
for tho Institution, were bidding for the
thlni;. Carbondale overreached itself
went In foolishlv and blindly and be
sides giving land worth about $6,000
and eomc $60,000 in cash, finished
its suicidal act by i.iuing the
large amount of bonds mentioned above.
Judge Van Dorsten explained that the
funds already expended upon tho Uni
versity had been used wllh great economy,
andw'asin favor of the additional appro-
priation. Tho only question was, .nail
tho institution be left to die in its unfinish
ed condition, or shall it be completed and
live to 1- a lasting blessing and a monu
ment to the good taste and judgment
of the state.
Senator Voris was opposed to uny ap
propriation for the purpose. The Normal
university was lomo of tho work of a cor
rupt legislative ring, and ought not to be
encouraged. Carbondale had failed to pay
its bonds, and he believed would not be
able to pay the $40,000. The measure saa
further discutsed and favored by Senators
Underwood, Crawford and others, and
thrn passed by n vote of 28 to C. The
bill appropriates $CO,000 out of the state
treasury. Tho resolution instructing tho
governor to sell the bonds in his posses
sion was likewise adopted, which will
furnish the sum of $100,000 for the com
pletion of the Institution.
A IMNOEKOUK MEAM'KK.
In a recert dispatch, referring to the
bill Introduced by Senator Dure, authori
zing trustees of the boards of directors of
benevolent institutions to sell real estate
etc. I remarked that it was regarded with
suspicion. It was upon its final passage
to-day, nnd notwithstanding the plausible
explanations ot Its author, continues to bo
held at arms-length. The senator from
Itoone (Fuller) pronounced it a dangerous
measure. In the single case in which it
was intended to apply, tho bill might be a
good enough thing; yet the principle was
shocking and ought not to be entertained
for a moment. Under the bill the trustees
of any of our state charitablo institutions
could "sell out" at pleasure. Senator Flagg
expressed similar fears. The senator from
Cook (Doro) finding that hit measure was
in h fair way of being sauelched, acceeded
tn a suggestion to have it recommitted to
tho judiciary committee.
USE Or COUNTY JAILS.
The pratice indulged in to extensively
of placing drunken vagabonds and scala
wags of other degrees in county jails in
towns and cities in tho state that are too
penurious to build a calaboose, is about to
bo stopped. The home to-day passed th
bill of Mr. Carey, prohibiting the use of
county jails for any uch purpose.
UILL8 pAseKU.
Tho senato hopper was let vigorously at
work to-day with tho best of results.
Ilesides thn bill making an appropriation
to comploto tho Southern Illinois Normal
university, there were pssed tho following;
Dill to pay certain expenses ($175,000) of
tho penitentiary, bill to provide for the
keeping and reporting of accounts of stato
Institutions; bill fixing tho number of tho
employes of the general assembly and their
compensation; bill to allow convicts in the
penitentiary a credit in diminution of
thoir sontence, and for their being rcntorod
to citizenship, etc. These are all senate
measures, and have yet to puss through in
that "slow coach" called tho house com
mittee of tho whole. A blessed thing
would it have bcon for this general assem
bly had thcro been no such thing known
as a committeo of the wholo.
ODDft AND ENDS.
And now comes another monstor petition
from St. Clair county, praying for the re
peal of tho temperance) net. Col. Turner
got through tho house to-day a resolution
prohibiting tho consideration of any new
bills, unless ronortod from standing com
mittee, after tho -2d Inst. The adoption
of this resolution is regarded as an en
couraging indication, on tho part of tho
house, to to urrango business as to mako a
final adjournment possible at no distant
duy.
ST. CIIAKIjES hotel,
I). KKXVORD 1'rop.rietor
OlNIll OHIO I SV1.K AND SLCOXll ST,,
Cairo, Illinois
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R. SMYTH & CO.,
I WHOLESALE OUOCKRS,
Onto LKYEX
CAIRO. IL1.IMOIH.
Also, keep constantly on hnod a most ociu
plete etock of
XiIQ,-CJOK.S-
BOOTCH AND IRISH WHISKIES
-1S ,
l'ort, Mudorla, Sherry and Catawba " ines
EJSIYTII A CO. sell excluslrely for cash, to
. which fact ther Inrite the especial atlD.
(ion of cln.e bargain buyers.
Special attention given to Filling Orders
AGENTS WANTED FOR
BELDEN,
THE WHITE CHIEF:
OR,
Twelve Yeiira nnionir llio W ild Iuillnua
or lists s-iiiius!
TheLlfunt Georffo 1'. Ilelden. uho l.lno.l ih
Indians and became ticelebruleil warr.or, abounds
In thrllllni? adveulllrn nml niiplnii. inrnrmuii.n
and .a nrolunelv illiirtrated with new unit nplr!
ited engravliiKsol uilventures and the mnuners
and cu.tniiia oitliu Indiiins, The nioxt popul r
and successful book ot tho year. Sells at eight.
Ouo agnutjurt reports t'JS prottt In one week. A
iu page i-iruuiar, nn sieciluen pagen, n liirgo
vnstarvtith 30 llluriintlons, and terma to uueiits
rent free, by F. A. HUTCHINSON L CO.. ui- K
Hlxlh street, SI. Louie, Mo. junidtvsly
DUNUAK'S WONDERFUL PIS
COVKHY.
it k t ii t: n o a
MINERAL SPRING WA-TER
t Yiiik-Nliii, WNeonalii,
i.eknonledgedcurc of Ilnht'a Iireae, IHabetea
Dropry.all allection ot Kidney, llladdor and
IJninry organs, also Liver trnuliU a, H. I'. Chase,
Chief Justieo of thn Unlli'd Htiites, testoied to
heallh by Itause, inaix vieeka,
J. W. Willia, general aent lor the Ktnte ot llll
noU, Wholesale anil Keiuil Hiipply Depot, Tan,
Wabash Avenue, Chieago, llllnuis. All orders by
mail promptly atlemUU in. Mend for circular. .
aiildeodVm
CAIRO, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
DANKI.
THE CITY NATIONAL
jB-A.2ST"FC.
CAIRO! ILLIHOIII.
CAPITAL,
1100,00
W. P. HALL1DAY, Prealdeo
II KNRT L. IIALLIDAY, Vic Pre.Wsmi;
A. I). SAFFOHD, Cashier
WALTKR HYSI.OP, Assistant Caahjer.
aiatcToast
Sta At. Taiuis, KoataT If. Cvxnisoam,
llrx.i L. II ai ii da r, W. P. IlAttirsr,
Oiu. I). WltLIAH.ua, Sit.su Iliai,
A. Ii. Sirroab.
KaelsMsiiie, ('alas siad t'sallad MltslM
nossd Boafrkt IUM.
TvKroSITH received, and a central baaklnc
uuFinr.s uone.
IfJRST NATIONAL BANK
or CAIRO.
DA NIL I, HUH I), Pre.ld.ati
HOIIRRT W. JtlLLEK, Vlc.Pra.Uea(
C. N. HllOHK, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS 1'BOMITLY MADE
I.XCIIANfiK, coin, bank aotoa aaat Uaitsat
l States securities boufht and aold.
InlfrsMt Allowed ott Tlnaa BsttssMlla.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
Chnrlcrad Umrets SI, IStl.
orrica tF
CITY NATIOKAL BANK, CAIRO
orrircasi
A. U.SsFKoni). President;
H. 8. TAYLOR, Vice-President:
W. IIYrtLOP, Brcretary and Tr.
Miutr.
P. W. Haxclat,
K. M.Stocaiiiih,
K 11. Cl'SMUQHAM.
Cuas. OAtiaara,
PaclO. Hchch,
W. P, HlltlKAT,
J. M, PiiiLLies.
Depoalta ol any Amount Herri red froaas
Ton Cs-iiln l'nird.
iNTKKKT paid on deposits at the raleol ru
percent, per annum, ilnrch 1st and Senlein
ter 1-t. Interert not withdrawn la rd.led linme
"lately totte principal of the deposits, thereby
E'vln them compound Interest.
MARRIED WOMBS A.VU CJIILDr.K.V UXT
UCI'OXIT UOSKT
SO T1HT !0 CM tilt CAN LfcAW IT.
Open ee.-y busioeas dsy from a.m. to 5 p.m.
and haturday eteninc lor BAVlNti DEPOSITS
uu.J, liom V to B O ClOCK.
"-"" W. HYSI.OP. Treasurer,
IIAII.UOADN.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. H
St. Louis, Louirvillk, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, Nkw York, Bobtow,
AD ALL
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Passenger trains arrive at and leave Cairo aa fol
low i
mail. airaxj.
Aivr SUSa.m .......li p.m.
DtrALt 4tUVa.m 3iOa.m.
Doth trains connect at Centralia wiih traU oa tie
.m:.vi:et liite
ro a
Paua, Decatur, Ulonmingtcn, Kl Paao, La Balie,
Mendota, Freeport.Ualena, Dubuque, and
all points in Illinois, Missouri,
Minnesota, Wisconaln aud
lorra. And with
Lines running Ka.t and West lor
St. Louis, Hpajiuxueld, Louisville,
Cinciunatl, Imiianapolis, Columbus.
And at Chicago with Michigan Ceutral, MirhlfSOi
bouthern, and IMtsburs;, Kort Wayna
and Chicago Railroads lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Albany, Huston, PhiladeiiiLla,
Nlagra 1-alN, Erie, Iluflalo,
New York, I'lttaburg, Baltimore,
WnshinKtoD,
AND ALL FOlNTri EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
Oaimd after Monday, April 21th, 1171, Uautwil
rua aslollowsi
NORTHERN DIVISION.
Taaias ooiaa sorvatAsr.
, , Mail. Extras
Leave Virginia 6:o.m li.3i p.m.
" Hjnnrleld 9.W " 1:00 "
" Tnylorvllle .10:52 ' i-M "
Arrive ut Pana 11:40 m 6:17 "
TSAixsootaa aoatnwasT.
Exprass Mall.
L.eave I'ana :uua,ui 3:34 .m
Tavlorville 4:4
.4:M
Arrive at SprlnKtield...il5 "
,..:O0
i,eave ausinKiieiil "
.:10- ' ;
Arrive at Virginia -M
..S:15
SOUTH EKN DIVISION. '
TaalNa uoisa botusast,
Lo&te Edgewood S.aoa.m 10:10 a.m
" Flora 8:25 11:40
Arrive at ShaneetownU:i.'lp m (;16 p. a
TBAINS OOI. NO aoiTUWEST,
Leave Rhawneetoxn 5:15 a.ra I:10p.m
" FIom 2:55 " t;00
Arrive at Edgewood 1:50 " ............a:"i0
The 5.30 a.m. train from Kdeewood, runa only
Mondays, Wednesday and Fiily, an! 5:45a.m.
train from Hliawneetoxn ou Tuesdays, Thura
daya ami Saturdays.
Connects at Ashland with Jackaonvilla division
of Chicago and Alton Hillroad, for Jtckaonvllle,
Petersburg, Mason City, and all points west.
At Springfield, with Chicago and Alton, and
Tlodo, Wabaah and Western Railroad, tor
IMoomlngtoii, Chicago, itud all points north, north
west and we.i.
Atrana with Ind. and St. Louis, and Illinois
Cential Railroad (or all points .ut. mmk ..h
sotlthenst.
At lldgewood with Chicago Division Illinois
Central liullroiul.
At Flora, vtlth Ohio and Mississippi Railroad.
I AtShawueetoau, with ateamboala for Cincln
I nail, Paducah, Cairo and St. I.ouia.
I 0111, AND HSIITII, Oen'ISnp't.
John FooaiTT.Oen'l Fr'gt und Ticket Ag't.
R. S. HHIfiHAM, Jf. I.,
HOMEOPATHIST,
Oi'kick, 130 Commercial Aykunue,
Onlcehours,etol0a.in., andlto3p,ui. Real
Juice, No. II Nluth atieel, Cairo, lilt. M.Tlio
213 1872
COMMINMION AlVDrORWAKDINu.
J. M. PIIIIiLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to K. B. Uandrlcka A Co., )
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS
an
WHABF-1JOAT PROPRIETORS
tVrWaJ ATsa.cti rue i tlpo
Conalgnmente,
Ar prepared to receive, store ant orwaJ
rrolgbta to all points and buy ax.U
tail en commission.
aWBuaioeat) attenaej to promptly
D.K. atATHUSS. . C. VU1.
MATHUSS & UIIL,
POBW ABDI NO
AM QKMKHAL
Commission Mer chants,
OKALSH8 IN
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
K. 4 OHIO LET EE,
Blmtn Fwrth Sixth ., AIRO.ILI.
ma-IAwtf
STRATTON & BIRD
(Baccewore to'Hrattoo, audaoi 4 Clark.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
'66d"ritt
FLOUR
AID
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, ItLisoii.
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AND
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oata, Hay, etc.
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Leyee, CA IRO, ILLS.
CHARLES M. HOW'E & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION
ARB
FORWARDING MERCHANTS.
No. 64 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
novQdtf
F. BROSS,
FIRE AND MARINE
,
IatamrtAMe Acesjcjr.
TRIUMPH, CINCINVATI,
Atsttt 1500,000
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL, LIFE,
Assets, over e,,ot,iog
ALSO VMS
ANOHORD FIRE AND MARINE
Of St. Louis.
Nolloili alt kinds ol risks.
r. m,
cxl27f Afaat, Cairo, llhnoU.
JOHN B. PHILLIS k SON
(Buocttsors to Jno.B. Phllllt,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
ana
DEALERS IN nAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Uob. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
CAIRO. ILL.
CLOSE & VINCENT,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
AMD
IDIHJ.aVX.SUS I3ST IjIMTS
Cement, Pladter Paris,
ARB
PLASTERER'S II A I R,
i'ra- Kighila trMt aussl !. Itsx
CAIRO. ILL.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASIIIIXGTON-AV
I.tHUItANCE,
11. It. CANUKK
No. Pub. and V.H. Ceso.
FIRE, UULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
CCIDENT, LIFE,
I2STSTjr.A.3srCEI
JT.TNA, UARTFOHU,
Attau ...
..K.MS.Wt (7
XORTII Aiir.tllCA, i-A.,
Assets.,
....2,73,000 (X
HARTKOKD, CONN.,
A"l" I,M1,210 Tt
rna.vix, uarttord,
Attl. 1,791,148 :
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
l,iM,39 17
Aaaets.
PCTXAM, UARTfORD,
70,W 01
CLKVXLAND, CLEVELAND,
AshU. S1J.073 Sr
ROME, COLUMRUa,
Atsatt...
..J15.27I ii
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assela UV,Kt Ol
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIKE,
Asset 30,000,000 IX.
TRAYELER'g, UARTFORD, LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
A""- lOO.OCUUt
BAILWAT PAHBENOERS ASHURANUE
CO., HARTFORD,
500,006
Aaseti.,
INDEPENDENT, BOSTON,
Assets fijii.sti
8AKFORD, MORRIS & CANDEK,
71 Ohio Lever,
City National Bank, CAIRO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
1 3ST S XT XI -A. 3ST O E
COMPANlEMt
NIAOARA, N. T.,
Assets .
....Il.43t-.21e 3
OERMANIA, N. T.,
Aaaett l.OCt.Til 7!
UANOYER, N. T.
AaaeU v , 7io,te2 W
BEPC11LIC, N. Y., J
Atatti .711,5 00 j
Comprising the Underwriters' Ag-ency,
TONKER8, f, T.,
Anal - 78,1M Z
ALBANY CITY,
Assets.,
FIREMEX'N FUND, !. F.,
AlteU,. C7l,r00 l
SECURITY. N. T. MARINE.
Aaaett l,t:j,StJ iu !
STORKS, Dwelling., Furnltnre, Hulls and Car.
(oet, Insured at ratea aa favorable as aound,
IMrmaosnt aecurlty will warrant.
I respectfully ask ot tho cltiteoa of Cairo, a
that ol their patronai.
('. X. UIOHEH.
COAL.. '
' COAL! COAL I COAL! "
JAMES ROSS,
tlSAtSB IX
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
COAL!
Commorcial-oY., Foot of Eleventh-at.
All Ccal carefully welglied at the yard on Fair
Banks' scaler.
FULL WEIGHT WARRANTED.
Coal delivered on the abortest notlre in an)
part ol the cl.y, ellber by tt. half Ion, ton or car
lea J.
Leave order at theor?c on Commercial-ar,
It footof Kleveolh .Ireet. uovled.bin.
GENERAL AOKNTSI.
IIALLIDAY BROTHER
GENERAL AGENTS
v
tro
FORWARDING and C0MMI8S10
EHCMANTB
an
DEALERS, IN FLOUR;
tola of
Ohio Blvtr llaaawka
GJLX.T C02Wi:3r.asri3B
70 Ohio Lsvee.
CAIRO, ILLJ.VOJ
lBLlSrTEDI
I'rlnclpal Office 101 W. Fifth St., Cin. O
THE (.aY RKLIAHLK (UFT ENTERI'RD'E IN.
llf K IN.
1
. THE COUNTRY I
$100,000.00 .
I N V ALU 11 1, k o I F T S
To U'lllstribule.l m
Xi . ID . 1 2T E ' S
37th ftetiii.Atinitnl
GILT ENTERPllISli
To be rtrias Monday. March 2.'th, 1'7J.
ONF..ai,iNt Capital Prize of
$10,000 in Gold!
itc I'rlrs rt.-),riul In Silier:
! Fivp I'ries SI.OfHJ i f
Five Prizes jOO f G RKK.VIIACK'S.
Ton Prize I00 s3 (
Two IAimlly Csrrlsjea hud .Vr.tchefl ttnrr hIIIi
Silver Motiuteil II.iii.kb, worth
l.."sw estl..
lwo lIor.essi.il tiuggUa uh SUver-Miuuited
Harness, wnrth 5K" each.
Two tlne-toueii llureno. l'lam... worMi 0
each Ten f irmly tAltig mudilne-, worth tliio
each. V.V.) gold uutl rilver lever hunting worth
from to f.VK g Hta eM Uonl ,ic tlmms,
gent'agold e?tclinln. solli nud double 1 l.itnt
liver lablo and tc:upoiir, phutrgrnidi rtlbui...,
(ewt'lry, etc., cb'.
Wholo number gifL.tntmo. Tichets litnitil to
W.ts.i.
Agents wanted to reft Titkclsto whon tier i
prernluniH will bo paid,
SiPilc tickets 12; mi tlcketrilO; iwetyo licke' ,
J.'O; tncntv-rlte SIU.
Clrcnlnrs rnntaining i (till list of )irlte.,n de
scription of the riinnnri uf drcwlng. nnd otber In
formnlloii In reference to tho ili.tilbutlon, eilll e
sent to any one urdorlng them. All! letter a iiium
be addrea.cd to L. II. Ml.NL. Ilnx n),
oiiu't, C.ncinnntl, i)
101 West 5th et. nnt2Vtv
ISlll'tJS.
BARCLAY BROS.
oiiio i.i:vi:i;
Caibo, Ills
IDITTG-a-ISTS
SARATOGA SPRINGS
ik riat. ilsst
AT BARCLAYS' DRCO STORE.
Frrsii ;HirrLv, I) tar.
MOCKriVG RIRI) FOOD
arnv ton rtr. wiriiot-t Tanttia
At Uarclays'.
E I. M II O L D g
GRAPE fCATAWli.i 1 P i
lPE ( CATAW11A "1 P fORAPE ) PI LI H
i CATAW1IA iJ ORAPE
lPE (.CATAWIIA ) !; ( ORAPE ) PI LI.S
GItAl
and iu or
IIKLMB !,!, Jf r. I MVIS f.H
FRKHIl FROM FIRST 1IANDH,
Always q ,t0k Iu large supply, and for sl by
Barclay Drui,
J U t) T R E C F. I V K D
ASP
orNalebjr Hit-UlnaH Entile urCnllsi.
AT BARCLAYS'.
ttSrExTRA Fink Coloonk;
ttaTGKNUI.SE IMPORTED EXTRACTS;
ftay-IlAiit, Tooth and Nail I1ri:siies
jot-India ItirmiKK Nursery Goo.'
AT
BABu JVY" BEOS.
PURE WHITE LEAD
AND
PURE FRENCH ZINC
Hest grades In urge stock and vs.
rltty, very cheap!
auo:
Full Line of Colors,
PIT AND IN 0111
Paint Brushes, Linseed Oil,
Whitewash P.Mslus Turpentine,
Varolahet Etc, etc.,
ALL alilGf AKD STAKUAAD QVAllIIti
At Barclays'.
G. D. WILLIA.MSO.V.
PRODUCE AND
COMMISSION .MERCHANT,
So. 70 Oblo
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. -
0iptl ttltullou UHeU 14 OiUtlk-UUtBM
aaJ ordtrt
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