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JOHN H. OBKRLY & CO.,
THE MAILS,
Aanivr. tirriRT
North, Througn....'. :f.m. iWr.m
,, 2:20 p:tn. 4:09 p.m.
South, Way;. 12.11 p.m. ;"0 p.m.
" Through N. O., Mrm
phi And Columbus !..? p.in, 4:00 p.m,
Ohio WVer route, (except
Monday)........-..... jWp.m.
iron Mountain It. It., 11:30 a.m. tl:t i. n.
im. Itiver route, Tueaday
and Friday - fl.oup.m. T;lip.m.
InnirtS, (loose Island A f niilR
f, III., Thursday. Frl
.lay...- ..; Pi'lp.fn. 7:00a.rn,
Mayfleld, Mandville ami
1$m, Ky .l);W.m. 4.Wp.m.
' ' ' orricK nova.
Orneral Delivery., 7:.m.
tHundaysto9e.m.)
oaey Order drpnslmetit :00 a.m. rV.oo
glster " " " 8:()a.tn. MX) p.m.
onty OrJer and Kejliler departments no
oo Htinday.
OUR CHURCHES.
I9yTRntAN-WKtiftt.-trtr
Preaching, Pabbnth at lnj a. sr., ami V,i r. .
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 1 r. m.
Humlay fkliool, 3 r. M. J. M. Lansden, Super
intendent. Iter. C. II. Fouls, Poster.
WETIIOPIST-Cor. Eighth ami Wnlnot Ht.
Preaching, Habbath lu'J a. ., and 7 r. m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, Hi r. M.
fery Bchool 3r.il, I,. W. Htilaell, Huper-
mlendent. Iter. F. L.Tiirmrsoy. Tutor.
CHURCH OFTIIK lti:t)Bi:MKlt-(i:pl.roil)
Morning firayrra, l-abhalh V a. n.
Evening prayer 7J-J' r. M. .
BebbMh School,!) a. m.
Iter, Ma. Oust, F.ector.
bT. PATitlCK'.4! CIIUItCH -or. 'Ninth ft. nnd
Wellington Avenue.
fnbllo Service, Hibt.atli SJ n t . x
Vespers, Sr. .
Unday Bchool, 2 r. M.
(Service etery nr. n.
II.'V. P.J. O'lULtotAK, Pllrst.
i JC.Nfl Jl KN'd CHRISTIAN Ar-HOCIATION-Urg-
ular meeting n-cond Monday earl, month utile
I'rayer rtyim .f the Preabjlinen Chinch
tVeely PrayW meetlujj. Friday, 7$ r. at
the Prayer room of tha Preabjterian church.
(". I'tK.oKn, President.
AFHICiS MKTH0DI8T Fourteenth, betwwn
Walnut nut Cedar,
Berviees, ?ahlth, It a. .
Sunday tvhnol, yt r. a.
Cam Sr. x.
BF.COND FHKB-WILLIUITIST-Fiflcenth ft.
Preaching. ?H r.. Iter. Win. Jiukson, Pator.
between Walnut and C-lsr.
Services Sbb.th, 1 and 3 r. x.
Her, N. Hlcf,l'lor.
FREE-WII.l, ltAPTMT IIOMK Mlwlu. M'.N
A,T aCHUOLr-fijrner a nut and Cedar fci.
t nxlay School, 1 a. x.
IRST FREE WIM. nAVTIST CillinCIl-Cur-
ry'a "Barraclit.
rtice, rttUialli 11 a. ., r.u. and V, r. m.
lUr. Wn. Knur, I'a.tor.
MIUT MIRSIONAHY IlAITlaT CIIUKCII-Het.
ween 10th and 11th tnet, neart'elr.
Prtacbln 8U.atl WA a.m., and 7; r. m.
Prayer Maetlnn, WlnedayeveninK.
I'rewhinf, KroUy eteniny.
rkbbth-bool, l)i r. M. John Van ilazter and
Mary Stephen! tiurintendenta.
Rer. TJ.hlioun. Patio
BF.CONP HAPnTCIIUItCH toutteenlh Hreet,
lelween Cedar and Walnut; Per. Jwob llrod-
ley, Elder; the enly llapti.t Chinch recogaited
I y the Aoeiatlo'n7Terlce, Sunday 11 o'clock
a.m., at 3 p.m. and at 7 p.m.
Jacoi Hhhii, Elder.
-'SECltET ORDERS
i
Till; ViAbONH.
OAiao CoMHaaMtf, No. U-SUIed Aembly
at tha Aeylum Maionl) Hall, lint and third Ja
tirdara In each month.
CAiaoCocaciL, No.', Hegular Conrocationat
aaome Hall, the aecond Friday in each month.
CAiao Ciurra. .No. 71. tegular Conrocation
at Maonic Hall, ou the third Tueviay of etery
'""loo l4t, No.237 K. A. M -Regular Com.
municaliona nl Maenlc Hall, the ..cond v.
lounh lonil)a ol each month. r
luiTA Iw.i, .No.tdi I', a A. M.U pilar Com
rnunlcaliooa ut Jloonlc Hall-3rft and third
Ihuradaya In each month.
THE ODD-FKLLOWH.
AitiAODia Low, fil.-"ta In OddFellov'a.
H"n a" V. Il'iMlln. every Thur.da) tren
ut, at 7 o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS.
STATKimCKHS.
Gorernor. John M. Palmer I
Lieutenani-OoYernor, John Dough'rty I
ftaaiaUryol State, I-ilward Hummel;
Auditor of SUte, C, Ji, I.ippmoolt ,
State Treasurer, "K. N. Htei ;
upt. Public luntructlon, Newton liateman.
rC0N01lESSMEN.
3nators-Lymr.n Trumbull and John A. Logan.
Itepresenla'tlrtV for tho aiate at Urje J. I.
Il...rl,l.' J' VL
IteprenentatlTe Thirteeutu Dutnci-joim
Jebi.
MKMBKHS (iKNKKAL ASSEMBLY.
Benaton, lt Dutrict r. A. E. Holcoml
ol
Union. udJM.K. Gllwon.of Gallatin.
UeprerenUtive, lt ui.tru-t II. wnuon weim
UNTY OPFICKUS,
CI110U1T COUKT.
JiiJue-D. J. DaUer, of Alexander.
I'roiecutlns A(torney-J. K. MfCartlmy, of
Moaaac,
Circuit Clerk Jno. Q. llarmaiu
ShenfT-A. II. Irvln.
Wm. Martin, Anessor am? Treiiaurer.
i. COOSTY COURT,
f .1 n V. nrnnn.
Aior;a'.e'i-J..E. McCrltelaud B. Marchlldon,
Clerli Jafob a. I.rnch.
Coroner John II. nonaman,
k MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT
jtayor John M. Ijnden.
Vreamirer J, U, Taylor.
Comptroller E. A. rturnctl
Cltrk Michael Howley.
.1.1 rahal Andrew Culu.
Att. roey P. II. Pope.
Polk' a Magistrate F, Broaa and
D. Hlian.
Day
Clue.ol Police h. II. Myrr,
8KI.KUT COUNCH.
jor John M. I.nnaden,
Flrat Ward-P. 0. Schuh.
Second Vlard C. H. Woouward.
third Ward-Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward-8. BUaU Taylor.
Oltyat-Large-W. P. Halliday and I). Hutd.
BOARD OF ALDERMFK
DKHV WAHU-Jamaa Bearden
Leo Kleb,
lao Wuldcn.
F.COND W A Rl R. II. Cunningham,
E. Under,
Henry Winter,
JomtR Sirayne. ' '
I BIRD WARD Wm. titration,
l'atrlck!l'l(ige:ald,
OUATU WARU-Jaruea CarrollJ
0. ll,Hraae,i
JJ.CS.MeUalf.
t'
WtOPRlETOHS.
THE BULLETIN.
A MKI.ANCIIOI.V CTOItV,
A fffil alory toiiim Iriuu S-linn. It up
)icnro4 (lint 1-' vr.iins mrn uf tlii t'lty
hwiiii' nir on Ni'tv Vi'iir dnv, IS'I, ini'l
ici'ij toileproit Willi i.tu-nf tlioir riiniilx-r,
on llio llr.-t ilnv of curli ini'iiH', MD em li,
tho UiIhI to l.i.'divlclcd nln.Mii; tin' llioinlwre
I'f tllf n.Micintlnn ttlmoli th" It i'f .lull
nury, l-T.'. (tmuM pr l' Imvt' 1 -it
f:t i lit ft 1 1 t'i tliflr jilirilf. tine I'.v itn) lit"
iin)iiil)'. liui-kaliJ Mini ,lcllwl l' lh
llttil'l lotrliitiitltitt, tititill (inly a uliilo
IiitlivMunl wiih left, win) ut noon Nutv
Vcara dnv wn to rccitivo 1,100. TliU
AWI.-I, fnitlifill found union; tliu fallli
lt', lirociit'dcd to tho rcndvxvott ut tho
ii))!ntid hour. Ho wnltcd tmtll tun
iiilnuU't nfter nnmi, n ml then thought ho
would rtin Into thfnloon jn-xt dmir hnd
ctn nip. Ho liml jiiil liwnllowed It whui
tun ot tho othor inoinhvrt 'iitfrcd to tiiho
their noohihiy Anuotturn, nnd ho found
to hl Imtror thut hl wntch wu Ut) tuiutr.-u
fii'l, nnd tho money wn hut. Tliu cleeii
thcroforo prd'eednl to tho roldi;tito of; ihp
trcitiirer, nnd Hllind thut ll hn'd' lo'st nil
tlm money pluy Uw tint w.puknr with onn
nf tho cliuroh trtiHec!. 'J'ho nd occurrence
hiia t'nt si ijjloofii ovor tho whulo comimi
nliy. 1 1IH I.AhT KIlKAK UFaKXrtAHO.VALlKM.
At Nlhlo'a burden, New-York, the ap-n-iiUlonnl
lentil ri) of tho piny nt present
holding tho hordiiM li mi IvL'ypthiti nnko
dnneo tho diinrer Mug a henutlful Orl
cntnl girl, nntl tho rntiko nn iinHcondit
which could trmiylo u hone. .She roll
it mound her neck. 1hv it nunltut her ho
f on), mid dnriret with it in tho nlr whilo
thoannke dnrU out lt toituo hclween two
oye which icein toaplt lite. Tliomidlencu
ia trrttiallxvd with horror, nnd they feel re
He ved when alio Mnnlly goes through the
prititomlmc if fho worn rhnrmed, nnd
thin hitter hy lh make. Knlliti; on tho
floor, the nudience thudder for fear tho
hi nl;e hut rcully bitten her, nnd tho fnuko
U left in n coil upon the Miie,c. Tliey my
this bemiliftil ulrl n euriojuly nllecled by
tho enako. Who pots oil the thjc uncon
corned, hut rim breHtlicr) tit if ho hnd
t,'one through it trying ordenl jul ecnp
In; dentil. She brentha fiit, n heetle flii'li
Is upon li.-T cheek, cold drop of swent
atund upon her forehead, and alio doet not
recover her tintnl composure for aomo
hrur.
ISO II III .SO IIIH OIlANDfATIIKIt.
Tho Knoxvillo (Tcnn.) l'rrm Mnle Unit
ou,e month iigo tho hoi) re of Col, Kerr,
in tlint rectioni', wut robb-l of $2,600, nhd
u reuard of f l,0i)D wns otrerel for the up.
preheniiori of tho I urnhirn, nnd n few dnyi
tit?o it tinind'un of Col. Ketr unpen rod nt
the house of u widow Indy In the vicinity
and deiired her to secure the reward i'y
Inking him into custody, nnd nvowed thut
ho was the gulity piirty. Information wm
acnt to the nuth'oritiei, and ho I now in
Jail.
t'A N lFiri. A IT A IttTIO.V.-.
The ri ri "iilu r nppenrences known as
"ghost windows nre described . prejent.
itig thenilvefl in half ndnr.cn wetlernvil.
luges and cities. A fuco iippaars in ono
cf tlu window. panet colorlu- like the
rotoftho gin", but dietinul, and uruo
bliiL' does net crnie it.
I'lA.VOH.
SIXTY-l'lVK FIRST PRIZE
MEDALS AWARDED
Sk&rn THE tilt EAT
RALTIMORE
JIAMirACTOHY
WM. KNABE i: CO.,
Manufacturers of
OHANI), SQUARK AND UPRIUHT
DPI JLZSTO FOBTBS
llALTIJIOUE, MARYLAND,
in.iriiinenta lm,e heen liefnre the rublio
for nearly thirty )rur, and upon their emellence
alone altalnnl an npurrael prmiHttc, which
pronounces tiicm unvuaiuu m
TONE,
TOUCH,
WORKMANSHIP
And DURABILITY
All our.S'TUirc haveour new New 1m
proved Ove. atrunc M'alenrd the Jyrnfft 7tWe
Bt) We would tall apecial attention to our lale
Patenlel I m provf-rr prit s In Cir.M' Piano nnd
HQi-mr GaAta,found in no oilier Piano, which
brliiRa the l'laiio nearer perfection than haa et
lieen attained,
KVKUY PIANO FULLY WARRANTED FOR
FIVE YKARK,
lllustrHlcil CalaloKiieannd Price Mt prosiptl
furniahed on apnlicailnn to
WM. K.N'AIli: .V CO.,
IIALtlMIIHE, Mn
many of our repular eslnbllahed nKenciea,
JAKE WALTER,
BTJTOH IE IR,
ahi umitt ia
FRESH MEAT,
EioitTii Strket, Bktwkkn Washington
and Commercial avf.nuw,
Adjolnlne ntttantioiiHe A llnnnj'H
Kern the bed of Ileef. Pork. Mutton. Vra ,
I.hiiiIi, HHtiaage, etc., and are prewired to serve
ciiltrna in the most lYcccpiauioiiHuner.
JOHN II. CANNON & CO.,
Bucceasora to E; 0. TUTTLE 4 Vo.,' Wholesale
Dealers iu
MILLINERY GOODS
aoi X. Fonrtb Street,
Cor. St. Charles, ST. LOUIS.
Special attention Riven to orders, and antlafu.
louRUnwuead. u.l,d2m
CAIRO,
, WzxrM A.VDii.mt oit.
Iiti;tnrler mill lioleiile Drulrr ill
WINKS, LIQUORS,
AMI
TOBACCO (x. CiaARd,
Aurnt for the best brands of
CHEAM AND STOCK ALU,
aid
liiipcirlvsl Ar or nlnrrrnl ICIiiiIn.
76 Ohio Lever,
(I CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
V. aM. STOUKFIjKTII,
i
irirMon mini iroiartim
f.ertlfser nml tVlinIrnlr Driller In
, Korelcii mill Domrnllc
Wl NKfs AND LTQTJORS.
No. C'J Ohio Levkf,
CtltO, ILLINOIS.
HE keep on hand conatanlly a full alcck o
Old Kentuckr Until) on. live and Mnnonita.
hein Vhl.kfe, Frrrwh llrndii , Holland O'n,
itbtnearul f4nl'lnrnn Wire rSt
ltAII.HOADM.
(JUICKKST ROUTE FROM SOUTU
VIA
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis, Lotusvii.i.r., Cincinnati, Cut'
caoo, Nr.w Yor.K, Boston,
AKO ALL
POINT3 EAST AND "WEST.
I'At.eiger trains arrive at and leave Cairo aa fol
low: mail. riearj..
'eaivr .Til.la.m 1:00 p.tn.
lnraaT ItliOn.m - Ui4fiaii..
Ilotti trains content at Cntrall with train on the
AU.X2r LIKE
roa
Pana, I'ecatur, HlonmiliKtcn, El Pao, I.a.wal!e,
lleodotn, Kr-v.ort,i.Hi n , i'libuqiie, and
1.11 iiinii in llt.uois, Mib.ouiI,
Miuuefota, Aucoilli and
Iohii. And lth
Linen running Fat and We at lor
-I. Loui, hprtnyheld I.oiii'.iille,
Ciuiiiinall, lci.liuoHxjll', Columbus.
And at Chicago Willi JIk Iiiu.ti Central, illchlgSL
.Southern, end I'MI-Uirc. l-ort '.Vatne
Hlij ChlcMtfO IImII.umU ,i.r
Detroit, Cleveland, Xiiiildrk.
Allnn, lie. .ton, rMUdeiphia,
.Niaiiia Tails, Krie. llutl.ilo,
.New York, I'ltikbiirc, llaltlmore,
Hft-nintion.
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
Sl'RlNfrFlELI) AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
Qa an 1 after Monday, April 21th, is;, trams wil
ruh aaiui.owai
NOIirilERN DIVISION.
TaAlNS COINO P0ITUSAST.
Malt.
Kxpresa
, 12 i) n. m.
,. 3V "
,. 4:-0
... 4:17 "
Leave VirKlnia 0:10 a.m.
l-printfflew 9-.-.t) "
" Taslorvlllf -1U.W "
Arrive at I'aim 11:10 m
TBtiaauoian lomHwrn.
Kxureaa Mall.
Leave Pan ..t.uoo,m - J:Sio.m
" Taylorville til " A:ao "
Arrive at pprlnilleld...Cil5 " 6.M "
Leave .inainpneiu .o-.i.,
ArrlteaJ Vlrcinla e:U5 ' 9:11 '
M)Uitii;n. mvisiu.i.
TUAiaa ouiao. enuTiiAav.
Leave Edijeviood 4:a0n.m lO.tfta.m
" noru ro mix
Arrive at hhawneetown.ii.Vlp to C:I5 u.m
TUA1MI O0l0 MJUTIIrJ-I.
Leave Fhawneotown MA a.m S.SDp.ns
" Hon 2:n " 7;U) '
Arrive at lMgcwnod 4.50 ' e:20 "
T.ieo:.i a. it), train troll) i.otenoou, run onij
Moudflj", Wnlnealajxand Fridsy, and M',a.m
trnin from felum net-town on Ttiedny, Thure-
rlLv. nml SutnrilnvM.
Connect, at Aaliland with Jacltaonv lle ill vision j
ol Chicago anil . limn IMIrnnd. for JicVaonvllle,
Peietsbii K, Mm.oii City, a ml all nnint" "ii.
At Hnrimtrlebl, with t'lilcaso and Alton, and
Toledo, WaliH'h anil Weetoru Knilroait, lor
Uloom.nctru, Liilcjn,nnn an poiaiv uorin,uurin
wet and west. . .
At I ana lth Ind. and S!. I.ouU, and Illinois
Central Railroad lor all points eont, aouth and
soMlheast,
At IMsewood Willi Cltlcag0 Division lllinoia
Central iuilronil.
At Flora, with Ohio ai.l Mi'jiislppi llaiiroa).
AtHliawncetoan. Willi iteanil'oaia fur Cincin
nati, PadiH'iih, Cairo ami rit. I.oijih,
uitl.Au ol l l ll, uea isuiii.
John Fooatrr, Oen'l Kr'iit nnd Ticket Au'f.
Jill I.l. INI! UN.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
AKn
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Cuuiliicrriul Avenue, iiNlte Klllo
mill Jliiytliurss'a
Cairo, Ii.linoih.
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' AVE A IS
Made to order, or Ready-Made
Has received n full and complete stock of goods
he tint est iimUimiplctcBt m tho city. Ai It"
nu n so Mu ll." ol
RIBBONS, LACKS AND FltlNGKS
rho oflera Jirral iiitllicemeta tn berpatrens and
all i.tlitr ioeall on hcr.examln tha prices, atylea
aud quality ot her goudiii
Mrs. tHHr.&er, liavirg sold her prop.rly, wll
aeli tho whole cf Ihtse o dn at autl brlo'vcost
ttow la Ihu lime lu purelmae Clitlstiuaa kooiI
t th ery lowvat price.
ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, MARCH
1 SIMMONS AND CLOUGll ORGAN COMPANY'S
' Iiuprotrt
'aA.BI3SE,I, O J3j c3- A. 1ST s
Manufactured at Nos. 15,
DETROIT,
Thirly-rlve dllTeient lyle. for Ih
P.trior aud the
in-.tfrlil and workmanrhlp; (Jtiality
J'rices, o()
(Kstahll'lict in HMm
Address SIMMONS
i!ti:;n.
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P. G. Schuh.
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UAH FITTKIlH.
II. GKROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
ANDMAUB IN
CI AH riXTHIlEol,
Gaa Flttcr'atand Plumber's material, Woo
pumps, Klb and anif.o valv.s, atop
cocks, check valves, etc.
also Ausar roa
TultiBrollierai Pntciit Bry Cs) Meter
And Morehause, Wells, Co'; Automatic Wata
Indicator audbupply Valv forateambolUn.
WIMTKK'S BLOCK, C0MMiaCIAL-A.7ltU.
1872.
OiiAND Combination Okoans
Fitted with the newly Invented
Ncrlhner' Pnlrnt qunliry Ina; Tatars),
An Inrer.tinu harinyn nest Imirrfant learlnK on the
Miltire reputation i f Heed Inalrumenla, by tneana of
which the quantity of volu r.e of tone la ery largely
increaien, and the ijiia.lly ot tone rendered.
Equal to that of tho best Pipe Orgnni of the
same enpneity.
Our ceUbrate.l "Vnt Celenle," 'M.oiil I'Hlent,"
"ox llumkna," "Wilcox I'ateut'.' Oclato tomplete.
The charming "Cello," or "Clarinet" stoj,s, nnu
All the Late Improvements
can be obtained onlv in these Organ.
EVERY I.STRl'MK.T WARRANTED.
17 and 10 Miami Avenue,
MICHIGAN.
Churrh: N'e and elevam il,.lii : The li
and volume of tone iinequalej, '
to $500.
AGENTS WANTED IN EVEItV CoUNTV.
CLOUGH ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
ok.vi:rai. aoemn,
HALLIDAY BROTHER
GENERAL AGENTS
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
HKBCI1A.NT
DEALERS UN FLOUR;
ent of
Ohio nivcr and Kannstlsai
SJLX.'T COMPAKIB
70 Ohio Lsvee,
CAIRO, ILLINOI
IS K V ) I) N.
71. FALL WINTER.
72
C. H ANN Y.
LARGE STOCK.
BROWN SHEETINGS,
PRINTS,
TiciicirsrG-s.
CHECKS,
Axn
S T R I 1 E S,
KENTUCKY JEANH, EITR1,
OASSIMERS,
BLACK ALPACAS
AID
LUSTERS,
(IROS'SKAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OP CARIOITINO
OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINO,
Wliiilow Nlimti,
01 LT 1IANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACE
DAMASKS.
Ills EatlroKlock Mow CloaluK Oal
AT
VERY LOW FIGURKS.
CORNER 8tH BT., AND COMMKRCIAI.-AY.,
Cairo, Illlssola.
aeptllf
WOOD I WOOD I ! WOOD 1 1 ;
The undersigned will furnisl
HARD AND DRY WOOD
As Cheap, 11 not Cbenier
ban any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave orders
n Ih alaiel at the Fostoffloe ant at ltns coal
lard, on Commercial avenue, between Tenih ami
taenia sirens, vairo, iinno
I m:"MlS "ra W0DSN&1 HaXkT.
BULLETIN BUILDING, VVASHINGTONSV
I.I'.UItKIt
S- W A L T K R S,
"'trr. i
lIARDANiS01--MMr,Vilx
nl etery description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR P03Tb,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
ORDERS SOLICITED.
Steamboat L u m b e r,
Furnished on shortest notice.
x
Coiitinercial-av, Let. lOlh nntl 1 ltli-stn.,
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
V7.I
SAL.
7:OAL! COAL! COAL I
.1AMES ROSS,
ISAM a IV
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CARIIO.N
CoramtTcial-av., Foot of KlcvoLth-iit.
All Coal carefully weighed at (he yard on Fair
onnki' acalc.
FULL WEinilT WARRANTED.
Coal delivered nn the ehoneat notice in an)
part ol the rl.y, either by Hi" half ton, ton or car
Leave order at thooff'. on Cornmerclal.av.a
he footof Eleventh street. novlfid-fim.
Principal Oflico 101 W. Fifth St., Cin. O.
THE ONLY RELIABLE QIFT KNTERTUWE IN
THE POUAITRY I
$100,000.00
IN VALUABLE OIF
To be distributed lu
X, . tO . IKE'S
nth H mi-Annual
GIFT. ENTERPRISE
To bedraas. Monday. March 2itli, 1S72.
One GraNi) Capital Prize of
$10,000 in Gold!
One I'rlrs. ft.l.oOO in Milters
Pive Prizes 51,000 f
Five Prizes SoOO f i GREENBACKS.
Ten Prizes $100 3 I
Two Family Carriages ana .:.tc!ied Horses with
Silver Mounted Hait.caa, worth
l,fO0 each.
Two Horsea aud ilUKKiea with Bllvcr-Mouuted
Harness, worth furs' each.
Two fine-toned llosewooj Pianos, worth ili
eachl Ten finnly noAinir. maelilnea, worth KIWI
each I'Ksi (told and allver lever hunting worth
from U o W. Ijxllea' uold leontlnn chalus,
fcent'agold vest chains, aoll i nnd double t Uteu
'liter lublo and tciupoons, photograph albums,
lewelry, elo., ctn.
Whole number glfta, 10,000. Tickets limited to
,11 Ul .1
Atenta wanted In sell Tickets to whoia pboral
premiums will be paid.
bit
trgle tickets IH mi tlekcUJlO; twelve tickets,
Cti; tweiiiv-nre t,o.
Circulars cnntaintnc: full lift of prlies. a ile
acrlplion of tho msnnei of drawltiK, and other In
formation In reference, to tho distribution, will be
sen to any one ordering them. AIM letters miiat
bo US L.D.BlNK.ltoxSO,
orrita, Cincinnati, U
lot WeatStlial. nov2wvpfllr
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CITY SHOE STORE
AkD
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
sotc aosvcv ra
"BEOLASKI'S"
CU8T0M-MAPE
ROOTS AND SnOES
Cssmwerelal Avenne, Comer of Eiftstb
street,
Cairo, Illinois.
farticular attention paid to all oh
IU tOR HOOMKitTt AKS IBOM. "
IIA.YICS.
Vliir CITY NAllONlAL
e
.1 I it
i i.i.imuih.
OAPITAL,
100,00
P. HALLIDAY, Preslden .
"V.NRT L. HALLIDAY, Vice Pr tut)
'VifFORD.Ca.hleri
. WALTVMIY9LOP.A..I,lant Cashier.
tarcioasi
i.v"r l"u7l,Bav. w5.,",Ii;cD"A;,,'o"i"
.lro.I). WtLLiAMsoa' R'.USa"'
A. 0. SArraik,
RsrliatiRr, Cola nml rnllrM Mates
Rojsit llonorht nnd Holrl.
DF.POSITH received, and a general banking
hllslneia aone.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or caiko.
DA.Mr.l, HliRD, 1'ie.ldrul; ,f
IIOItERT W. MILLER, Vlce-Prealdaat
I!. N. HUOIIES, Caahjer.
COI.LIXTIONS l'ROMlI'LY MADE
JJIXCIIANOR, coin, bank nolo, end United
!i states rocurlllea bought and sold.
Iislrretl Allownl nn Tim DMSIIk.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
rbartcrcsl Jlnrch l, lt.
orrtcE ta
CITY NATIOVAL BANK, CAIRO
orricsen
A. B. SAFFORD. President i
fl. 8. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
W. IIYSLOP, Kecretarv and Treasurer.
DintcToast
P. W, fU SCLAV,
F. M.r'Tecirir.TH,
It .11. Ct-.istaoHAr,
J. M. riiuurs,
Cua. Giuons,
Pari. O. Scam,
W. P. UALLIDAr,
Depoalla ol isny AmassntRrcetwedlroaa
Ten Ceistis CpwurUu.
INTF.ttF.-lT paid on deposits at the rate ot aiz
percent, per annum, March Intend Beptem
tier tat, lntercat not withdrawn Is r.dded irnms
dlately lotre principal of tho deposits, thereby
g'vlng them compound interest.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
DEPOSIT MONET
so that MO oar risa cak rsAW it.
Open eve.-y business day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
and Baturday evening tor HA VINO DEPOSITS
on!, from to I o'clock.
auiutt W.HTSLOP.Treaaurer.
F. BROSS,
FIRE AND MARINE
Inotnranre Agency.
TRIUMPH, CINCINNATI,
Assets..
...1500,000
NEW ENOLAND MUTUAL, LIFE,
Assets, owr ,000,000
Also rite
ANCIIORD FIRE AND MARINE
Of St. Louis.
Solicits all kinds ot risks.
r. rnioss,
ocl27tf Agent, Cairo. Illno1.
CO A I,.
CAIRO CITY. COAL
( iirepared to aiipply cmtomer with lh besl
juallty o.
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
COAL.
REAL, ESTATE AGENT.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
AUCTION ERS,
-
74 (SECOND FLOOR) OHIO LYI.
CAIRO, ILLS.,
Bur and Sell Real Estatk,
PAY TAXES', 'J"
FURNISH ABSTRACTS'OF TITL
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Al I ptf u CtaveyaMM f Kiaae.

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