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JOHN II. OBEltLY & CO.,
TUB MAILS.
ARRIVE IrrRT
North, Through Kom.m. Mwn
i 2:20 pirn. 4:0p.m.
South, Way.' 12.18 .m. iK)p.tn.
" Through N O.. Mmii-
phlaand Columbus I.M p.m. 4:00 p.m.
Ohio Itlver route, (except
Monday) ilrtp.m. COO p.m.
Iron Mountain K. It 'AMa.tn. Il:'lp. n.
Jil, II tor route, Tuesday
nnd Friday 6:00 p.m. 7;00p.m.
1l:ebee, (loose- Island A Hantn
!, Ilia., Thursday & Frl-
lay i 0:00 p.m. 7;00a.m,
Mayflcld, Wandvill rdiI
.'.otr.'tvo, Ky 11:00 a.m. 4.00 p.m.
orrirr. iioin. ,
il mral Delivery 7i30n,.m.
(Hittidays 8 ton a.m.)
nney Ordr deruutiiicnt 00 .tn. C.IjO
glster " ' ' " tiWJn.m. &;00 p.m.
oney Onler Rnl Ilerhiter departments
un Hundnys.
OUH CHURCHES.
r.Sltt'TKRIAN-Elgiilh.Mreet.
Preaching, Pebtmth it l'J'J a. ., and 7J4 r. .
1'raye r mee t ng, Wednesday it 7 r. .
Vuniltjr fkiiool, 3 r. . J. M. Lr.nt len, Super
intendent. Iter. C. II. Footr, paster.
MhTIIOPlST-Cor. i:itihtli and Walnut Fta.
Preaching, Hahbath 10J4 a. M,, OIi'l 7 r. M.
Prayervttliig, Wedueday, r. l.
HnajAyVliool Sm, I.. W. bliUrll, Huper
infeudeut. Rev. F. L.Tnuitriiox, 1'aitor.
tlllIU'll OK Till. Ili:iKi:IEtl-Ud'l",rl)
Morning pray re, Hbboth IJJ a. m.
Evening prnjer. 7J4 r-. x.
SaMK.ihSehool.9A. m.
Or. Mr. Com, Hector.
H. PATRICK'S CIIUKCII-wOr. Mtnlli Ft. and
Wellington Avenue.
Public -erviee.Sabbith Caml 10; a. m
Wipers, 3 r. m.
tioday School, 2 r. n.
Service eie ry day, s r. .
Hev. P.J. O'IIaliosax, Prlrat.
JitSU MKS'siClllUSTlANAt-MOCIATION-lleg-
nlar meetiugns'ond JtoniiaT each month at tl.o
l'ra)r rom ( thu Fresh) terian Chinch
(Veckly I'rajer meeting, Friday, 7JJ r. m., at
ilic Prayer ruum of the Presbyterian churi'k.
0. Paawits. l'reldent.
AFRICAN METHODIST Fourteenth, between
Walnut an I Cedir.
rkrviccs, fabbatb, It a.m.
Sunday N'hnol, lf r. .
(.. .. r m,
rEOiND t-T.KK-WlLLIIAITIhT-rifleenth fit.
I'rea ne, '$r.tt. llev. wm.JscK.on, l'"tor.
between Walnut and Cellar,
fcerv. e utib.lh, lJ mi-l 3 r. m.
Iter. N, Kick, l'alr.
I HLF.-WILl. BAPTIST HOME MIswllM tUN
KAY SCHOOL Corner walnut nnl Cedar Hta.
feundvy School, V a. h.
f:mr fiii:b ivii.i. baptist ciuiRcii-cur-
ry'a Iiirrtvck".
tTr.e'.Habbilhlt a. x., f. m. and 7)J r. .
IUr. Wx. Ki.uir, I'a.tor.
flllSTMIHSIONARV IIAPIIST CIIUHCII-tlet-
een 10th and lllli lrc t, near Cedar.
Prearhlnt ."abbath W a. x., nnd 7,'i r. .
Prayer MeellnK, Weiloraday eening.
I'rewhlnn, Friday eeninjr.
rabbath ."s tiool, IVJ r. h. Joha Van Baxter and
Mary hlephem hurlnnndi nt..
Iter. T J. bHoar. Panto
SECOND IlAPrsTCIIl'ltCII-1-oUlteei.lh atreet,
I etweeii Cedar and Walnuts per. Jacob Brad
ley, Eluer i the tnly Ilapti.t Church recognired
I the Aer:ation. Ferrlce, l-unday II o'clock
e.r.l., at 3 p.m. and at 7 p.m.
Jaco Ilmt lET, Elder.
SJtET OKDERS
TUB MAMONH.
Xn. 3 Plate.1 A.pemblj
at the Aaylum Maeonii Hall, tir.t and third.fca-
lirlara In each month.
Caiao Cwvaril, No. 21, regular Conrocationat
a.onic Hall, the eecond Friday in each inonih.
Cairo Ciurtra. No. 71. 'tegular Courocation
at Mai-onie Hall, on the third IneMaynf erer)
'"(Jauo IlDBf. No. 237 K. AA.M -IteKtr Com.
mmirationa nl laonle Hall, lhi jicond and
totirih lonityaol each month.
DciT Inur, No.tt F. A. M.-ltegular Com
muulcationa at Sla.onlc Hall tirel and third
'1 hurdaya In each month.
THK OPD-KKLLOWH.
Alxamor Iiuir.lttl. lleetiln u tat-eiicr .
Hall, In Art r' llnillin, erery Thurday tren
Dg, at To'cln .
STATE OFFICERS.
statk"officeks.
Oovernor, John M. P.dmer;
J.ieulenani-GoTernor, John Dougherty t
Secretary ol Stale, Edward Hummel ',
Auditor of Bute, 0, 1!. Upplncolt ,
BUtoTreaurer, E.N. Bate i
fcllpt. Public Iuctructlon, Newton Ilateman.
CONGltKSSMKK.
nator-I.5 man Trumbull and John A. Logan.
Keprenentallvo lor the Mat" at I-nrge J. I.
Bercrldse.
Reproemallr Thirteenth Dlatnct Jonn "
teb.i.
A1KSIBKKS OENEUAL ASSEMBLY.
Bpiinlorn. 1st IMiirict T. A. E. Holcoinb, ol
Cn'ion,ind:,K; qibaon.of Oallatin.
leireentat'i lt Dl.trlct II. Wataon Webb
COUNTYUl'FICEnS.
CIltCUlT COUKT.
Judjie-D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
I'ro-ecutlnis AttorneyI. 1 McCnrtuey, ol
Circuit Clerk-Jno. Q. Ilarman.
yiierill-A. H. lrvin.
Wm. Martin, Aneeaxor am4 Tieaiurer.
COUNTY counT.
Judge 1 Broun.
Aior.a'eH-J. E. McCritend 8. Marchildon.
Oetk-Jacoh q. Lynch.
Jorpner John II. Qossman.
MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT
yuyor John M. Ltnudcn.
t'rcBiirer J. II. Taylor.
Comptroller K, A. riumetl
Ch'k Michael Howley.
hi rilial Andrew Cain.
Att rney P. II. Pope.
PolU-e MagHtratKi F, Brona and It. 8hn
iey
Clu ol Police I. II. Myora,
HKbKCT COUNLX
nvor John M. Lunsrten,
Firt Wnrd-P. O.Sthuh.
Second Vfurd-C. It. Woodward.
I hlld WardIno. Wood,
Fourth Ward 8. Slants Taylor.
Ulty-at.Larite V. P, llalllday and D. Html.
HOAItl) OF AtDKRM"'
IIWV WAUP-Jamea Benrdon
Leo Kiel),
Isaac Walden.
ICONDWAIiP-B. ll.CunninKham,
R. Budrr,
Henry Winter,
Jamas Bwavne.
1HIIID WAJJD-Wm. Stratton,
1 Patilck;fttge:ald,
OUUTW WARD Jamea Oirroll.j
O, II, Sense, ,
'J.ta.Meisalf.
PROPRIETORS.
CONGRKSS.
Til V. SALE 01-' Alt.M.S KESUHJ HN
TIIUOUGH AT LAST.
THK ft EN AT K A DOl'Ta IT MINI.'rf
THE I'KEAMIJLE.
A HOT DEBATE IN THE HOUSE
ON THE ItAILUOAU LAND
GUAM l'OLIOY.
SENATOlt CABI'INTEK TAKES A
TILT AT SCIIlMtX. AND THE
GERMANS GENEIiALLV, AND,
GEIS HIS DK.SKKTS-CIIAN-DLKIt
BISKS TO A l'KK.
HON A L EX I'LA N A Tit) N
AVlIICHTIIrt)N OA I'd
ABTISTIOALLY.
KK.VATi:.
Wamiiixoton, Fob. J!'.!. On nmtlon c.f
Mr. Slicrnuiii, u Mil juiescd uxctiipting
from intermil tnxei canned tl.ili, preserve,
jellli:', tnuMnrd, etc.
Mr. Trtltnbull, of the Jtidicinry coniinlt
tee, reported ndvercly to the bill to per
mit erimitiHli to testily In their own de
ft'tie. The bill wits placed on tlio calen
dar. Mr. Trumbull, from the Judiciary com
mittee, reported u bill to protect purchas
er of lntids told for iion-payiiicnt of taxej
in thu Into Insurrectionary States
Mr. Sawyer, from tho commllteon Edu
cation, reported ndvericly on the mem
orial for tho eitnblMimenl of nn rilucn
lional tt-fl for tho MiH'rage.
Mr. Chandler, rlsirij; to pcronal ex
plHtintiun, rend n letter 'rom a gentleman
ofJnckioii, .Mithlgnu, (tilting that some
bojy liHtl tent him a certain reform move
ment and Liberal Republican document
under hi (Chandler') frank nnd that of
Mr. Morton. Tho writer expressed hU
Hitoniihtuelit thereat, nmlH-ked Mr.Chan
dlor to itcnd him no tnoro document un
ion they had the true ring. Mr. Chandler
aid hi frank win .1 forgery, but a tho
whole Liberal ItepubllCMti movement '.vai
a fraud, ho was not turprited tlint tbu
encaged therein restored lo forgery.
Mr.Jilurton pronounced hh lank tlierto
a forgery.
Mr. Tipton, in pertonul cxplatintion,
aid he had been utmost ni unfortunate u
Mr. Chandler. He bud icntonuxf that
lenator'a peoch's to his constituents, nnd
they Indignantly returned It with a request
that if hu indoried Mich K'nltmcnts he
would never eiid hi frank to them ngtin.
Laughter.
Mr. C.i 1 lie r 1. n called tin tho bit! to admit
tlx .Inpiiiex! yoiithi to neat I'oint acade
my. Mr. Citiavrly oppoed the bill n un
wlie. The bill pitted.
HAI.K or AUMS.
Tho resolution to itirettigute tho ealo of
arm to ths French CHtno up.
Mr. Carpenter uddressed tho K'nale,
concluding nn energetic protest against
tho resolution, by ayitig that he regretted
thle debate, bocnu'0 of t!w elfect it would
bo likely to iiavo in exciting a dctiht as to
tho widotn of our iiutnrullz-Uloii Ixwa.
Theno hiw were bnsitl on tho theory that
cverv naturalized citizen wholly re
nuiinctd all Mldaiice to tho lund of his
birth, and beenmo in the fullett sense an
American citizen. Hut It a man coming
from n foreign land seeking and obtaining
admission to our citizenship, and aftor
ward being ulected to a seat in our United
States senate, and having theron place on
tho committee- on Foreign Affair, which
gavo him freo access to tho arcliivei anu
secret r.four state department; if such n
man, with " Id exporienco and ndvar.tn
could not riso above tho old fuollug
of allegiance to his native land, then tlio
people would naturally ak whether the
other men with less capacity and less ad
vantages could doll.
Mr. Schurz nuked Mr. Carpenter wheth-
ot ho meant to charge that ho hud not left
oil" his allogiancc to any foreign country 7
Mr. Carpenter "When I want to
chargo that I will ehargo II. Jlr. Car
penter then repeated what ho had just
said but protested against nny ono charg
ing mm wiin unow-noiuiiigism.
Mr. Schurz "Thu senator from "Wis-
consin, ut tlic oioso 01 111. speevu, niu
raised a cry winch Inn not hocn heard
hereto-day lor tho ilr.n time, when all ar
guments is exhausted, then an appeal to
prejudice is in ordor. Yesterday wo had
tho general order swindle, if not defended,
at least in somo way Justilled, on tlio pleu
that foreign importerl' were nt tho bottom
of tlio complaints against it, and to-day
wo hear
ANOTIIKH SCANDAL
resting on a churgo of corruption, do fend
ed on tho ground that tho attack 011 il is
an appeal to tho prejudices of foreign
born citizens of this country. Gentlemen,
I tell you this will bo of no avail. Tlio
pooplo'want a good and Just government.
Tho people tiro rising up against corrup
tion wherever it shows in head, nnd you
cannot dissuade them from their purposo
by saying thut tho gonoral order of Inqui
ry in Now York in directed against foreign
Importers, or thut this Is a uiglion which
Is to effect thu political sympathies of
German born American citizen. Il is of
no avail, gentlemen, and you had bettor
givo it up. I ask tlio senator (rom A V i s
consin whether ho charged mo with any
unimtriotic act or motive? Ho did it not
dirvetlv, but ho did it by inuondo.
It would linvo been tnoro courage
inn, hud ho stood up heru and
said . to me. "No you lntvo not
cast ot)' your allegiance to tho foreign
power of which you wero tormerly a miu
ject, ond you are, at tho present moment
a traitor lo American interests." Ir.'
stead ol makinc that cliarna ho tiled to
turn it bo as to civo tho people to under
stand his meaning without having the
courage to bring it forward plainly. Sir,
I do not stnnd hero to uiako a doteuso ot
tuy patriotism; 1 did not como to this
countrv vesterdav: I hnva boon hoio for
tventy-ono years, mid if tlio senator from
Viscotisin can point out a single instance
where thero was a sncrlllco dutimuded of
mo that I have not made, whoro thero was
n service thut 1 could render that I havo
not rendered, where thoro wc.s an net of
patriotism 1 could havo performed that 1
Iiavo not performed, let him ray so. I
know very woll that when this discus
sion begun It would bo attempted on tho
part of those who justify anything that
tho administration may do to givo it a
turn like that to nnnciil to tho nrelitdlccs
of tho peopln in order to cover up what
was wrong.
Mr. Corbett moved, an Mib.tUu.to, it
preamble setting forth lhat tho wholosub
jeot hud now undergono nn exhaustive
discussion of nearly three weeks, nnd that
nono of tho allegations contained In tho
CAIRO,
on'ultinl prcnrnlito Imd l,ncn itialnltu'd,
mul it ri''iluliii 'Itihirlnu Hint tlio wnr
ilcpiirtmont olllclnlj were blitmolcu
if finy wroitf; cloln in nny
iif tlicir Irnnncttdii), mid tlint
It wn tlic cno oi tlio onnlt' tlint iIIjcui
lon of tlio (iibjoct flioulil coae. Ho then
rcvlnwi'il nt Icntli, tlio itllrgntiont ntul ov
I'Ictico inldiiooil t. titilaln them, nnd iiruued
Unit i fit, v wi:ro fliown to Imvn lnul nu foiin.
(Inlioii wliHt'swr.
Mr. dinkllng fatly agreed wltli Mr. Cor
tiott, nnd mid thut tliii sttbitittttc wit emi
nently jtit nnd prnpor, tittt innitmlcli a
Id ndoptioit would prevent Investigation,
lie nppcnled to tlio fenatorto withdruw It,
feclini; conddiint tlint nn Inveitlgntlon
would explode till tlio cliiirge?, lnnlnimtlon
and imputations tlint lmd been mndo.
Mr. (,'ortiotl uitlnlrow his u btUuto.
.Mr. Hnrlnti moved nn nmendmont of-fert-d
by Mr. Conkling tomo dnyn ilnce,
dlri-cllmr tlio eomniltteo to inquire, wheth
er nny Atncriciin senntor or citlr.cn bus
been 'in unntitbori.cil cnmmiiniciitlon or
ciilliHiiiii with tlio ngeiiti of nny foreign
power, which wna adopted.
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DUX UAH'S WONDERFUL DIS
COVKUY. II I! T II V. K D A
MINERAL SPRING
WA-
TEll
ll WnuUi-hlin, Wlxconaln,
vjVnt.HledKedcure of llrliiht'a Ilieae, Mat
ii.-biihv. all ntlectlnna ot Kidnev. Illadder
latwtea
and
l' nary or?nn, also I.lver trciulikt. H. f. Chase,
O'def Justice) oftlin United Blalea, reloicd to
lienltli uv ltune, mm weeaa.
J. V. Willis, teneral SRent tor tlio Btalo ol lilt.
Vila. Wholesale nnd Ketall Hupi'ly Pepot. 721,
Wnhaalt Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. All orders by
mall promptly nttemlid to. Send forclrculnta.
1 1 entilend2m
AVllOI.KSALi: I'UOl'ERS.
'lt."sMYTH"'&"CO.,'
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO L E Y R K
V I II O . I M. I N" O I .
Aluo, keep constantly nn hand a moitcom
plvte stook of
XiIQ,TTODaS-
SCVTC1I AND 11(1811 WIIISKIEh
(i t n y,-
l'ort, Miideria, Sherry nnd Catawba Wine
R'JJIYTII A CO. sell exolulvely for ca.h,lo
hlch fact thv luvlto tho eapeclal alien.
tiott ot clone bnrifuln buyers.
Bp teial atltntion yivtn to Filling Ordtrt.
ILLINOIS. SATURDAY, MARCH 2 1873.
.SIMMONS AND VWVUH OKOAX COMPANY'S
Iniroic(1
O ABI1TBT O R Q- A IT S
rannfactured at Xos. lo,
DETKOIT,
1 Thirty.fle dltlerenttyl fur the I'jrior and the Chiirh : New and elegant, deiliini i The b.t
l material and worktiiin.hlp ; Q'lalily and volume of tone imeqtiMed,
Pricks, $o0
(RMabll.hed in ISWi.j
Address SIMMONS :
i.2li:m
MiM.iM:r:s.
MRS. .M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERS
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Coinmcri'lnl Aiptuif, .iMMifltr Illlnl
anil Ilitjlliorii'H 1
Caiuo, lLLiroia.
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' "WE Ah
Ma le to order, or IUady-Slade
Ilaa reaeired a full and romplelc tock of soodj,
n uewe.i ami chhii.i..i in , ....
ni.na. t Krltr ol
RIBBONS, LACES AND FRINGES
ehe otlern preaf mitucemsta to her patrons nnd
all cltier ioeall on her.exauiini; (lie price., stylea
and quality ot tier coodn.
Mrs . Swanter, linviDR nold her property, wll
eli thn nhnli' of then ood at Bnd belo'rcoul
How It thu tltno to purchase Clitlttma j;ood
l llie en !(( I'tlren.
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE,
FLOUR
AND
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LKVEK,
CAIUO, ItLIKOIS.
STRATTON & BUM).
(Successor toHtr.V.ton, Iludnon i ClarV.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
NO
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Uliinis
4'OAI..
COAL.! COAL! COAL!
JAMES ROSS,
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
COAL'
Commcrcial.av., Foot of Elcvcnth-st.
All Conl carefully weighed at tho yard on Fair
oauks' scaloN.
VULL WEIOIIT WA11KANTEI).
Cosl delivered on tho shortest notlcn in an)
part nt the cl.y, either by tn half tou, ton or car
load.
l.cnTO order at thaotl'Ce on Oommcrclal-nv.a
h fontnf Klevenlh .treel, novlCd.Cm.
CITY SHOiS STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
soie Aar.Ncv roa
CUSTOM-MAI1E
ROOTS AND SHOES
Conimrrclnl Atcuiip, Corner or ElgHIn
Hired.
CAIUO, iLttNOIS.
PAKTIOUI.AH ATTENTION I'AUI TO ALL OK-
DKItS KOK UOOPSKIItT Au uua,n,
Grand Combination Organs
Titled llli l!ie iienly Intrnted
Nrrlbner'H l'ntent qunllfj-lur Tab,
An InTentirn hatmirn mivt Imrrtant kearloK on the
future reputation i,t Heed iiinrumeiila, by meana of
which thn quantity of volu i.n of toon It ory largely
tncrenacn, uud the qiu ity ol Ion ictdcred.
Ettnl to tbut of the best Pipe Orgnnl of the
? Mini' rntflclty.
Our celehralol "Vox Celeate." "I.ouii Patent,"
"o lluinknn," "Wilcox t'atent" Oftao roint.lete.
The harming "Olln," or "Clirinel" tofi, amt
All the Lnte Improvements
can be obtained only in the.e Orx".
EVERY IX STRUM EXT WARRAXTEI).
17 and 10 Miami Avenue,
MICHIGAN.
to SoOO.
AGENTS WANTED IN KVEItY COUNTY.
CLOUGII ORGAN CO, Detroit, Mich.
n it r (too it s.
71. FALL WINTER. '72
C. HANKY.
LARGE STOCK.
DROWN SHEETINGS,
PRINTS,
TICKIITQS.
CHECKS,
STRIPES,
I KENTUCKY JKANR, KZTRJ,
I
OASSIMERS,
1
BLACK ALPACAS
f AMD
LUSTERS,
G AOS 'i RAIN SILKS,
I POPllXH,
LARGE STOCK OF CAR1-V.TINO
OIL CLOTHS,
MATT I NO,
Window Nhadca,
01 LT HANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACK
OAMASKH.
Ulst rnllrcStockXuw CIomIuv Ont
VERY LOAV FIGURES.
COHNKR 6TU ST., AJIU COMMERCIAL-AY.,
Cairo, initials.
et'tltf
I'lA.NON.
S1XTY-F1VE FIRST PRIZE
MEDALS AWARDED
THE 0 HEAT
BALTIMORE
MANUFACTORY
WM. KNABE & CO.,
Manufacturers of
QIIAND, SQUARE AND UrilltlUT
DAIriMOHE, MAUYLAND.
TIimo instruments have been before the nnblio
for nearly thirty year", and uron their excellenea
alono attained nu tinpurcAturd prrainri(ne(,vthlcn
ionuuncea them unequaUd la
TONE,
TOUCH,
WORKMANSHIP
Ami DURADILITY
BIT All our Swart lanot have our new New Im
provnd OvetstrunR t-cale nrd the Agrnft IrAU
IHT. Viuildi ll special nltentliin to ourlale
I'atenled lniirovements In Oa.nu I'unos and
Fqi'auk (Iiunih, found In no other I'laiio, wlileli
lirlnK" tho I'lnno nearer perfection than has yet
licen nttnined,
KVKRY 1'IANO VULI.Y WARBANT 0R
VIVK YKARH.
Illustrated OdiiliiKursand Price Lists prompt!
furn.-hed on .pplUlon to
llAiiiHoni, Mi
many of our regular eslaMlahed aitenelea.
EL DOltADO
I1ILLIARI) SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOUN UATKH, Proprietor.
Ui8 0ramroial Avenue, CAIRO, II.MNOISJ
llcst brand of California Cigars Just recelre.
BILL1AUU saloon furnished nth lh Ln
tallies i and bar supplied with !. IK""
aud cigars of ths tJuest brauds.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON V
ISHCRAWC'E,
v. w. mormY" " " '
tot.r Pnblfe, &1 H.n.CAKIlKK
Wo. Put,, and U.S. Ccm.
FIRE, UULL, CARGO, LIVE STOOK
CCIDENT, LIFE,
I3SrSTJI4-A.3iTaEll
MTV A, HARTfOBl),
At"el... V,M,m 97
VORTIt AMXRICA, PA
.A.el. S,7ai,000 IX
IIARTFOKD, CONN.,
Assls .2,114,210 7?
PHCXNtX, HARTFORD,
Asset.. 1,711,111 tc
INTERNATIONAL, N.
Assets 1,308,391 17
PCTNAU, HARTPORD,
Anets, .708,917 0(
CLRYELAND, CLEVELAND,
Asset 618,073 ts
HOME, COLCUDUB,
Assets 516,771 44
AUKRICAX CENTRAL, MO
Asset (00,000 art
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Asset ....30,0110,000 OU
traveler's, uaktford, lite aud
accident,
Assets. 1,1100,000 Ot
KA1LWAT PAHBENOERB ASSURANCE
CO., HARTFORD,
Assets aoo,cu S
INDEPENDENT, BOSTON,
Aunts CV61
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio Levee,
City National Dank, CAIRO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
1 2sT S TJ "R -A. 3ST O El
COMPANIES! I
N I AO ABA, N. T.,
Assets fl,4SC,216 2
GERMANLA, .V. T.,
AaseU - 1,068,721 78
HANOVER, N. T.
Assets ..7t,8t!3 00
REPUJ1LIC, K. T.,
Asset 7H.M3 01.
ComprislDK the Underwriters' Agency.
TONKERS, N. T
Assats I78.4M CI
ALBANY CITT,
Assets.,
firemen's fund, s. r.,
AaseU - 678,400 08
BECUR1TV, N. Y. MARINE.
Assets 1,432,849 00
STORKS, Dwellings, Furniture, Hulls and Car
noes, Innured at rates aa favoiable as sound,
permanent security will warrant.
I respectfully ask ot the citizens of Cairo, a
share ol thtdr patronai.
v. n. Hvunr.H.
VAHIEiY OKOCEKIKS.
LOUIS JORGENSEN,
Dealer In all kind of
STAPLE AUD FANCY
O-BOCBBIBS.
Fftrmer'a Ysird mm Uwlia
WITHOUT CUAROE.
Vor, Washington-av.'and Tvrontieth.Bt.
CAIRO ILLS.
27dlf.
CII1S. SCIIOSSHtVtE. WtllUM SCHICK
OIIAS. SCIIOENMEYER & CO
FURNITURE ROOfS,
UPHOLSTERING
ISO
MattroBS Manufacturing.
I'ursillare epsUrll-.
PICTURE FRAMING.
All orders promptly attended to,
NORTHWEST CORNER OP WASHINGTON AV
ENUE AND TENTH ST,
CAIRO, ILL.
P. 0, Drawer lull. JtaW.
WINES AKIfl.I(t,CORa.
WMriT"BbnUTTEB7""T
w. -
Importer ntul Wlioleaaiir nealerlja
WINES, LIQUORS,
tor the t-.t brands of
OREAM ANb STOUK ALE,
AND
Importetl Ale of nirfereut Uluds.
75 Ohio Levee,
'CAIRO, ILMM0I9.
F. M. STOUKFLETII,
scrcr.sioa routs a srocirtarii
Kerltrjrer and WliolPMlet Dealer im
, roreljcu nml llomcallo
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. C2 OhioLevf.e,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
TIKkeepion hand constantly a full stork o
XXOId Kentucky llotirbon, Hyr and SfonorKa
(Tela Whiskies, French llramlies, Holland O n,
HKIneand I'alirornlN Wlne I tw '1
RAILUOADK.
QUICKEST ROUTE PROM BOUTU
via
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, New York, Boston,
ADD ALL
. POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Passenger trains srnve at and leave Cairo aa fol
lows t
mail. tiraus.
aaivc 3tlSi.ni ItOO p.m.
irraar 41:00 a. in tfi45 a.m.
Both trains connect at Centrallawith train on lb
roa
Pana, Decatur, Uloomintttcn, F.l Taso, I.a Salle,
Mendota, Kreeport.Oalena, Dubuque, and
all points in Illinois, Missouri,
Minnesota, WUconsln and
Iowa. And with
Lines running Kast and West tor
St. Louis, Hprinnhelil. Louisville,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Columbus.
And at Chicago with Michigan Central. Michigan
Southern, and Pittsburg. Fort Wayne
and Chicago Kallruads lor
Cleveland. Dunkirk.
Ifiiaron, Philadelphia,
Erie, Buffalo,
1'lttiWe, Ilaltimore,
Waehington.
ALL POINTS EAST.
Msgra Kails,
New York,
AND
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN U. U.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1871, trains wll
ruu as tollonrsi
NORTHERN DIVISIOJI.
TSAINS OOINO SOI'TUIAST.
Mail. Ezpresa
Leave Virginia OHiia.m ... Vi.3o p.m.
" Springfield...... 9-.20 " .......... 3:00
" 'ralorvillo.....lO:52 " 4:1 "
Arrive at Pana 11:10 m 6:17 "
vaiissaotsa kosthwiit.
Express Mali.
Leave Tana .4:OUo,m 3:55cm
" Taylorvllle 4:4 " 4:26 "
Arrive at tirrlUBtleld...6:l3
..8.U0
leave Spatngftvld :25 11
ArriT Vlrslnia H:ii "
..0:10
....8:13
BOCTHEKN DIViaiON.
TIAIXH OOINO astlTlir.AST.
Leave Edgewood 5:30 a.m.
10:10 a.nt
" nora......
Arrive at Bhawneetow n3:Mp m
tbaiss aotaa xoaruwur.
Leave Shawneetovrn 5:15 a.m ....
" FlorH - 2:55 "
A.plrt At KHirAwnnil 4:5(1 '
,.11:40
..5:15 p.m
8:20p.m
...7:U0"
...8:20
T.ie o:ju a.m. train iroui i-.iikvwuuu, iuu uiu
Mondays, W'dnesilays and Fridays, and 5:45 a.m.
train from Hliawneetown ou Tuesdays, Thurs
days and baturdays.
Connects at Ashland with JackaonvlUe divlstoa
ol Chicago and AUnn Rillro.d. fur J icksonvtlle,
PeUraburg, Mason City, a nd all tmlnts west.
At Springfield, with Chicago anil Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and Western lUliroad, Inr
Illoomington, Chicago, and all points north, north
west aniTwest.
At Pana with lnd. and St. I.auls, and Illinois
Central Railroad for all points east, south nd
'AthE?lgewood with Chlcsgo Division Illinois
Central Railroad. , ,
At Flora, with Ohio aid Mississippi Rat road.
AtShawneetown, with steamboats for Cincin
nati. I'aducab, Cairo and St. Louis.
u ' ' ORLAND SMITH. Oen'Iflup'L
Joux FooatTT.Oen'l Fr'gt and Ticket Ax t.
NALOOMN.
A. SUSANKA,
Proprietor
MAGNOLIA 'SALOON
And Dealer In Foreign and Domestlo
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGAKS
07 Ohio Levee,
Betwett. Ninth and Tenth Streets,
Cairo, III.
decl7tf
IIVTCIIcIIH.
CENTRAL MEAT MAltKET.
KOEHLER & BROTHER
I'lwifopenedlhe ,
POPULAR MEAT MABltET,
COUMIRCIAE-AV.,
Blf4 Mulli audi 4lslls Kltftla
and will kep constantly on band the best meat
alaugbttred lu the Cairo market. They defy sos
rslluoo. o;ve them a ttlal.- ttUstf.

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