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JOHN II. OUEttLY & CO., PItOPKIETOHS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1872.
BULLETIN BUILDING, MSHINGTON-AV
mm
TUB MAILS.
inniri. iiirut
North, Througn VtWa.in. too P.m
Way 2:i.tn, 4:') pin.
South, Way l.hy.n. ;')p.tn.
" TlirouKli N. 0., Jlcm.
phis and Columbus i.m, 4:tip.rn,
Ohio River route, (except
Monday) iOup.m, e.OVp.in.
iron Mountain It. It WW a.m. 1 1 : j. n.
Mm, It'ror route, Tuesday
and Friday f,,i'i p.m. 7.ip.rn.
1 hehes, Oooac letnii'l 1 HantA
l. Thtirsds) A Kti.
iliy ;.... f..oi p.m. 7i tn,
Ma) field, lllandvitle noil
Lovelace, Ky It-.txi A.m. t tw p.m.
oi nil not lb.
Orntrat IiTtry 7i3Uii.ni,
("undayaltooa.tn.)
c.ney OroVr Of aatniint :Wl a.m. "
giater " " " 8.00 a.m. o.w p.m.
ruey Order ami I'.eIalcr drj.urtn etita no
on unda) a.
OL'H CIIUUCHES.
KMi TKI1I AN-Kighth-strcet.
Preaching Sabbath at A. ami W r. .
l't)r meeting, Wedneadajr 17J-, r. h.
vn lay Sclinol, S r. . J. M. I. an. Jen, Huper
sJJHeudirit. 1!T. C. II. Kuuir, I'aat.r.
MKTIIODlSr-Cor. Kmhth and Walnut Hta.
''reaching, Hahbalh 1"H- "-.ati'l 7 r. H.
I'rsyer misting, WtdneMa), 7;, p. a.
tluuday School 3 r m. I.. W. Milaell, Hope,.
Ititendent. Ilcv. F. I,.'fii'lru, I'uktur.
en Lite a uKTiir. ui;ir.f:Mi'.ii-ii:pioii
il E n, prajeia. "ablii(i v)'t .
fcieti ug na)er ), r. x.
BaLly: 111 NJionl, 9 a. u.
It-r. Ma. Ciih, Itrctof.
M PATRICK-.1 CIIL'itClI or. loth fcl. and
Waahlngton AYenue.
labile bervlce, babbitt! ; and 10J,' 1. .
Vespers, 3 e. i. .
unday School, a r.'V
brtfce eiery "lay, r. .
Itct. I'. J. OHiLLoaas, Priest.
J Jll.NO MKVaCllRl.-iT'AN AhHOCIATION-lteg-
Ular tneetlog second Uttndar each month al the
Prayer room of the PreaLylerian Church
Weekly l'ra)er uiertiog, rrMay. 7; r. St., at
.he Prajtr room of the I'reb)terinnrhurc.
0. I'AaiMjaa, President.
AFRICAN MKTIIOUIriT I i.urtcMith, Urtaeen
Walnut unl Cellar.
6rVK"e, Habbuth, II a. .
Su.iday tvhool, r. .
CantJr h .
bKOl.Vl) HlKWII-2. JlAITIST-Kifl.tnth hi.
i'rraclunk'. 7; r a. H"V. Win. JacKaoo, I'ator.
Let tn Walnut aU'l CVlar.
tmitfi Uahtoth, lJ'J an) 3 r. ,
Iter. N. Kicaa, I'alvr.
KKK Wll.l. llITIrtTHOMi: Mlviu.i M'.N
'JAT l-CHlOl-Corur walnut an l CVdarhtt.
f iin'l-j S.-hool, 'J i. h.
r-ntsT rur.i: wu.i. nAPTiT cin'iicn ur-
ry'a Uirrka.
uticf j.r'atlilli 11 . ., r. m. and V, r. u.
tier. Wm. KiLiri, Patter.
fiityr HiH'iio.VAitY iiAiMi-r ciiuitcii-Htt.
fn loth an tilth trct, niarldar.
I'rrvhlnf rabtalh 1'iJ-i a. x.,anl 7;,' r. v.
I'raytr Mertinx, Wedneaday nnuix.
I'rrachlnir. Kruiay niin.
-al,Uitht iiowl, 1'., r. n. John Van Ilaxln and
alary htephcin ?Uf-rininOfnt.
I. T J. buoaia, I'aato
HKCUND IIAl'lhTCIIUIlOII-houitnlh atrrM,
IrtMrmOtlar and Walnut; Ktr. Ja-ob Brad
ley, Kldtr, the nly Haptiat IhuirhrrcosDiied
I y the Aaiocial'ou. tinKM, hliu.U) II o'clock
mil, ii 3 p "'i l p'"1
40 Jro r.xai itt, Ehltr.
SECHET OHDEHS
THE MAfUNH.
taiao OiMxA-l.tar, J.'o. 13. Stated Ai'ml,ly
at the Aaylum Maaoni 1 Halt, tint and third, ha.,
kirdaia much inontli.
Cairo Cov nci L, No. 21. Pegular Conrocationat
atonic Hall, the aecoud r'riday in each munih.
Caiau Ciiaeiia, .No. 71. Irj-uUr Cuntocation
at iIaouio Hull, on Ihu third lueadaycf otery
ni .nlti.
Laiao Lom'i No. 237 F. A A. M Kejjular Com.
municatioua at Mafhiuc Hall, the aicond and
lourth .tlonilata ol each month.
ItatTA No.fcoa K. a A. M. KeRUlar Com
munication ut Sla-onlc Hall nrat and thinl
Thuradayit in each lii'uilh.
Til K OLID-VKI.LOWH.
AiuiMiii l.oiMjr, ?:t. Icta in UJdKellov'a.
Hall, in Art. r'a HuilJini?, eery Thur'day nen
n, at 7 o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS.
STATE OFFICEKS.
(ioyernor, John M. Palmer i
Lieutenant-(io f ruor, John Dougherty 1
Secretary ol state, Ivlward Kumiqeli
Auditor of bute, U. K. l.ippincott ,
SUto Treasurer, U..N.lUte.j
bupt. Public li -truction, Nmton Ilateinau,
CONGllKSSMEN.
Jenatora LymanTrumbtill and John A. Loan.
Ilepreaeutatite tor the blate at Large J. I.
BoTerulge.
Kepretentattio Thirteenth Diitrtct John M
-tba,
MjablBEltS GEN EltAL ASSEMBLY.
henatora, lit Dlitrict I". A. E. Holcomb, ol
t'uion, ondS. K. (j!aon,of fialUtm.
liejireaentathe, 1st Ilittnct II. Walton Wehb
countyTTfficehs.
CIRCUIT COURT.
Jildje-I), J. ll.ilter, of Alexander.
.ioecutlui5 Attorney J. F. 5UCrtny, o
M aaaao.
Ciruult Clerk Jno. Q. llarman.
herill-A. 11. Irs In.
Win. SInrtln.Aiacitor nnrfTifaattrcr.
COUNTY COURT.
Judge F. Uross.
Asor.,a'.os J..K. McCritend 8. Uarchlldon.
Clerks-Jacob (1. Lynch,
loroner John II. (loaaman,
MUNICIPAL GOVEKNMSNT
Jtuyor John II. L'snsden.
1'reaaiiier J. l, Taylor.
Comptroller-!'.. A. Iturnett
Clirk Michael llowlcy.
A.1 rahal Andrew Cain,
Attirney-P. II. Pope.
PoIIcb Mngntraloa F. ur0 tui (j, gn.
1 e.y
Chief ol Police L. II. Myora,
bKLKCT COUNCIL.
Mayor John 51. Lantden,
Flrai Ward-l". O.behuh.
Heconil V'ard C, 11. Woodward.
Ihird Ward-Jno. Wood,
reutth Ward-S. Slants Taylor.
Olly-at-Larso W. I. HalUday and D. Ilurd.
1I0ARU OF ALDKRUXM,
F.KSr WAIlLi-Jamei Bearded
A. II. Hatt'old,
laaao Wa'der.
BKCONPWAltll-lt. ILlCunningharu,
k E. Under,
T John O. Btnncll,
JamaaBwayne,
Til I It D WAKD-Wm, Hlratton,
John II. l'lu'lli,
FJURTU WARD John II. Ilobluaon.
O.U.Heaae,
J.U.Mttaalf.
I
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THE BULLETIN.
TELE(JRArill(!.
Toli:d6, ()., Mutch If. A. II. Iltown
Ice, mi old mid highly Micemcd citizen, an
f..nuiyor of tho city, died ycatcrduy.
N i:v-Yoiik, Miirch 18. JUv. .Mr. Hep
worlli tuid ll'iiry WiinJ Ilccchcr cx-rliuiii-d
pulfiitn yiRtcrday, tho latter
prciuliltit; In ftti'ttiwtiy hull, nnil tho lor
iiit r In llrtoklyn.
Clnulniik.l, Murch IK A Loy named
l'owc, nliietcm ymr old, gjt on hchlnd
unci otniilhur, In Covington, to-dny, Thu
drivvi drove him oil', thu hid full duwii.
11 nil u LtiL'tjugu wiigon rim over utid killed
lntii.
, Nuw-Vorl:, Mutch lti. A North Caro
linn diii:itcli ihjs thero uro viu(! rumor;
! current ilutt Ilnnry Berry howery, of tho
I gang of IC. K. handli, recently (hot him
i noil' Lccidcntiilly, end tlmt hu then lied the
' contitrv.
Itn-iiMoM), V. , Murch IX. Hon.
Wood lliilduin, of Chnriottc county, wm
to-thiv eliTtrd hv the I.i'irhhiturfi to 1111
, the vucunry mi tho Li-ncli of the Supremo
1 Coin t criucd hy the rclt;tiatlon of Judt;u
1 .In ni".
N i:w YoitK, Murch IS. Siitnmd Culv.-rt,
j the kevpur of tin llouso of IMut which
I i on liiiiidnir hlund, InH night wnt .itah-
led by u lad iintno Uiitiri, 11 11 inmnte,
whom he had reported for bud conduct,
Culvert died fhortly afterwotds. Dunn la
in cuatody,
Mkmpiii, March 1 1. Doctor Goshom,
poAtitiHtiT nt J)ycraLurg, Term., hni nb
icondcd with ncr $1,000 of government
lutidf.
Sam. ltiitie), son of the proprietor of
the hotel nt liirl, Tenn, accidently shot
hitnrelf on .Suturduy, while hunting earn
ing lila death in 11 few hour.
.Sa.v KitAvnoco, Mttrch IS. liencral
ltonecrant, (Jen. 1'iilmer r.nd wife, Leon I.
Acosla and l'ichnrd York, civil engineers,
tail by I'miamn. (tenincr for Mexico In the
morning. They will land ut Manr.aU and
follow the route of the Seward
patty acrois tho continent, making a pre
liminary railway itirvey. They will com
mence active operation! for the conduc
tion of tho I.tixpar railroad and connec
tion! immediately.
New Yoiik, March 18. The member
of tho International Society of New York
celebrated, thi. evening, tho first anni
versary of the rising of the Communist
and I'aris. Tim caiino In which the ban
quet took place win decorated with riag
prominent among than being tho red ilag
of tho Commune. Mra. Victoria AVood
liull in rid 0 tin addrcii on the principles
of the Commune, nnd said they were sura
to triumph. Tho people of America
were, thu declared, being rapidly educated
to the doctriti! of Communism.
Nkw York, March 18. The Herald". '
Washington dip:ttch ftale tlmt since the
arrival of Hour Admiral Ingcrrield, in
this country, fix week ago, as n naval
utttichu of the British Legation at Wash
ington, he has inquired minutely nnd
thoroughly into our naval and military
condition. In this hu had every facility
from our government. Ho ha? already
examined thu defences of Now York and
along tho Now England coast, nnd was
lately ordered by Misister Thornton to
vitit Now Orleans and inspect the the de
fence of that and other Southern ports.
All this excite much comment among
army and navy ollicors.
bLISHEDy
l'rinclpal Ollleo 104 AV. Fifth St., Cin. O
Kt ONI.T RTU.IAI1LE OIFT ENTERI'RISK IN
THE COUNTRY I
$100,000.00
I N VALUAII h E GIF
To bediitributed In
a; ill emu-Annual
GIFT ENTERPRISE
To bedrtai Monday, Mareh Sith, M72.
Onk GkAKi) Capital l'mcx or
$10,000 in Gold !
One rrlatttS.ooOlnflllveri
Fivfl l'rlzci $1,000 S (
Five Frizes 500 -g GREENBACKS.
Ten Frizes $100 (.
Two Family Carrlagei and hatched Hortea with
Silver Mounted llait.tat, w.irth
11,600 (.!..
Tito Iionea ibd liilKRiea ith Biher-Mnuuted
llarneaa, worth C0 each.
Two line-Idled Hotewoid l'.auon, worth J50i
each! Tea family ealnj machinea, worth llfi
each, IWai (told and silver leter hunting worth
from )A tn i.mu. Ladle' sold leonline chain,
K'nl'a Kold ,eatchalna. t-olld and double platen
enter ik'ul nd teuapooaa, photograph, albami,
)"l'Ti etc. eta. r 1 r
Whole niiinler gifta, 10,000. Tickets limited to
. . . . o,(uo.
,.Er!Ii "V1 Tlckatito whoia pbaral
Hinile tickets 12 i H,i tWetatlOi twelte uckatt,
mo; twenlt'dte 140.
Circulars cpiuaininK a lull liat or urliei a da
acripilon of the niauuei of draWn, d "l.Jr ij.
formation In reference to tho dl.tribuuJc T. illl be
tenttoaay nornK them. AIM letteVa m,iai
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j W. 11. MOKItll), II. II. CAS llll
NotarT Hnhllt, No. Pub. and V. H. Cots.
FIKE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STUCK.
CCIDENT, LIFE,
IWaUEAlTCEl
MTMA, UARTIOKIl,
Aatatt te.MI.SM 17
30RTU AMSRICA, TXn
Aateti 3,7U,C0 (C
UARTFOKD, CONK.,
Aitet I,M4,U It
rnatxiz, haktvokd.
AJIttt l.Tll.tU ti
INTSllXATIONAL, . T.,
AlteU l.Ul.SM IT
FCTXAU, nAkTFOkD,
Atteti... 70,tlT .
CLITXLAND, CLXTKLAVD,
Aitett tll,7l II
noiii, COLUUBCI,
Aiteti IJJ.tTI 13
AMERICAN CXNTRAL, 110
Aaaeta .... Sop.OOo 00
CONKKCTICUT MUTUAL LI,
Atiatt 30,OUO,CO to
TRAVSLIR'b, HARTFORD, LITI AMD
ACCIDENT,
Aitett. l.WO.OOO 0C
RA1LWAT TABBKNOERB AitVRAMCB
CO., 11 ART70RD,
Anta... 0CO,tC4 I
INDEPENDENT, BOSTON,
Anele U0,I41
SAFFORD, MORRIS k CANDEE,
71 Ohio Levet
City Natioaal Bank, CAIRO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
COMPANIES
NIAOARA, N. T.,
Aaaet II.ISI.IIS 1
OERUANIA, N. T.,
Aitett ..l,0M,7l 71
HANOVER, N. T.
Aitett -...Tie.sei 00
BErUHLIC, N. T.,
Altats M .7U,H W
Comprising the Underwriters' Ageney.
TONKERB, N. Y,
Atiela 171,4(4 ti
ALBANY CITY,
AllH Ill, III X3
FIREMEN FUND, S. T.,
Anetl, 7I,M Oft
BKCUR1TT, N. Y. MARINE.
Attet 1,41I,I4 0)
STORES, Tiwellmgt, Furniture, Uulli and Car
Koea, Iniured at ratet ai fatorabla as aonad,
permanent security will warrant.
i respecituiiy aiK oi mo cuitene or lairo, a
share ol their patronage.
C. Jf. HITOHEH.
HALOOMN.
A. BUSANKA,
Proprietor
MAGNOLIA 'SALOON
And Dealer is Forelga and DoaieiW
WINKS, LIQUORS AND CIGAli
97 Ohio Leree,
tJttwttL Ninth and Tealh BtresU,
Cairo, III.
deolTt
HACKHN.STOHK'f
COSMOPOLITAN CIRCUS!
MUSEUM
AND MENAGERIE
Auel will Exhibit ut
CAIRO
FRIDAY, MAECH 22.
r.'";,. M..:d Direcloii.
The dltlnxu'hed falura of IheCoamopolltin
are, that It itlihrc-i drriia, ha. the rareat
aad inoat onatly lollrction of LlHn Wild ni
mala, a id that lh Mu.eiim emhraeea w.or Hu
man Curio.itiei than lm pir been exhibited in
the southern alatra. In the Cin'U Department
will l lounl the following ArUl", known I y all
tbow fnlne peoiil l.i be the lirlgbteat HlnulDg
lata s la Ihe proleaalon
Mm, Ciiarlks Warner,
(Formerly Mn. Dan Rlc,i the Queen of
the Menage.
Mademoiselle Gracie,
Tht Champion Female Gynuiait.
La Bells Flora,
The Infavt wonder.
Mademoiselle La Roia,
The Champion Equilibrist.
Charles Covelli,
The Daring Rider, whofc acti find no
imitation.
Thomas Clifford,
The Champion Lcapcr of the "World.
Harry Emmett,
In hit Great Stilt Act.
HuiTT and Hindis,
In their Champion Brother Actt on
tho Trapeze.
Harry Clarks, 31. "Whitto.vy, Charlri
Spencer, II. Adams, Dick "Weston,
Gymnaiti and Tumblers, who have no
equal in America.
llArrY Jack Lawton,
The Southern Favorite.
Charles Royce,
The American Grimaldi.
IN THE ;MENAGERIE
Will be fouiU the following anitnsl,
J
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ZEBUS, CIVETS, HINDOO SACRED
CATTLE, SPRING BOK, HYENAS
GAZELLES, COUGARS, MEXI
CAN LIONS, PUMAS, LEOP
ARDS, BROWN, BLACK
AND GRAY MONKEYS.
A SNOW WHITE DEER
The only one knewn of la the world.
ALIO PROF riUKIK UOKNEl'
TROPICAL BIRD SHOW
Embracing nearly nil the Birds of Bril
liant PlutnugQ known to man.
THE MUSEUM DEPARTMENT
Embracing htimeh curiosities, ruch at Lillipu
tian Queen, Admiral Hat, the Cirrassltn Beauty,
aad nlsny other rate freaks of nature.
This Mammoth Hhnw will make Its entry ia
town on the morning of Kxhibitlon, with itt
rleautl'ul Mounted Cnanot, containing I'rei,
Frank Hpurl's Uraaa and Reed Hand, followed by
the Lititig Wild Animal In tlieir new and Ixau,
tilul Deni, gleaming Willi emerald and gold,
REMEMBER TllE DAY AND DATE.
two snows for one price.
ONE TICKET ADMITS YOU TO U0T1I.
ADMItthllON 00c, Children . . l)
titers opea at 2 and 7 p. m.
li.l-.slTTKl,Aj.
FORTUNFS FOR
1. 1 k
-evaxiOTj-s to
of glng into a manufacturing liialne with
tii'll
3.7.ilAwlm.
ItAII.UOAD.S.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLhNOlS CENTRAL It. R.
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, New York, Uoston,
ilO All, .
- POINTS EAST AND WEST. f
Paatetger trains arrtte at and lease Cairo as tot j
luvtai '
waii, siratit.
'aits ai4.Ta.in ItOO p.m
t'triai 4ttlUn.tn L'ltaa.tn.
Onth trains conncut at Ceutralla with train on Ihe
i i'aua, lleeatur, Ulooiiiinlcn, Kl Paao, I. a hall.
.ei,uuia, r iejMiii,iieua, I'ubuque, and
ill points In llbnola, tliatoun,
iliiiueaota, Aiaeonsin and
Inaa. And with
I.laes running Kal aud Went tor
il. Louit, Hpritigheld, Louittille,
Cincinnntl, Indluiiispolla, Columbus,
Aad at Chicago with Michigan Central, Mlchlga
boutheru, and J'lttaburg, Fori Wayne
aad Chicane Ilallruadt lor
Detroit, Cles eland, Dunkirk.
Albany, lloaton, I'hiUdeiphla,
Nisgra Falli, Krie, lluttalo,
.New York, Pittabiirg, llallliuore,
Washington.
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN P.. li.
Oaaad sfler Monday, April 2lth, lt7l, iramt
ruu aa loliows t
NORTHERN DIVISION.
Tsaiat oeiao eorsaiair.
Mail.
Leate Virginia. t:4ea.m
" hpringfiId .a "
" Taylortllle 10:6'J "
Arrite at Pans 11:1a m.
Taaixi soma aoaiuwur.
Expreas
Express
U.3b p.m.
, a.00 "
. 4:2
.. 4:17 "
Mart.
.S.iir.m
beavc i'.bb i.wa.rn ,
Taylortllle ..4:4
4:2
C:U0 "
0:10
Arrite athpring(ield,..C;15 "
Leate opaincneiu v.z
Arrite at Virginia :U " .......till '
BOUTHEltN DIVISION.
Tiaiaa ooimq secTuitsr.
Leate Kdgewood &:3Q a.m. 10:10 a.m
" Flora M " - 11:40 "
Arrtte at hawneetown3:Mp rn MS p.m
raaias csian aoxiuwtir.
Leate tihawneetown S:43 a.m :!0p.w
" Klor 2:M " 7.1"
Arrite at Kdgewood 4:S0 ' si'.'O "
Tile 6:3d a.m. train from Kdgewood, runs only
Mondays, Wadnesdaysand Fridays, ans! 6:45 a.m,
train from Hhawneetown on Tuesdays, Thurs,
days and Saturdays.
Connects at Ashland with Jacksonville dititlon
ol Chicago and Alton Rillroad. fur Jiokaocrille,
I'eleraburx, Maasn City, a nd all points west.
At Hprinafleld, with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and Western Railroad, Inr
nioom'.agton, Chicago, and all points north,nort fe
west and west.
At Tana with Ind. and St. I.oule, and Illinois
Central Railroad for all points east, south and
touthesit.
At Kdgewood with Chicsgo Dititlon Illinois
Central tUilroHd.
At Flora, with Ohio and !l-;laalppi Railroad.
AtHhawoeetoan, with stea.mboais for finds
nsti, l'aducah, Cairo and St. Louia.
ORLAND SMITH, Oen'ISup'L
Johk Foojitt. Oen'l Fr'ct and Ticket Ag'l.
AGENTS WANTED.
For an entirely new and facitating work ol ntu
sunt interest,
THE HOME OF GOD'S PEOPLE
The 'grandest and most popular book out, now
selling faster than any other three hooks com
bined. Nearly SOO buperb Kngratings. One
agent took 114 urderi iu 10 uass. Ihe beat
chance to make money eter ottered. A good
Agent wanted in etery Township. IVnd Inr our
ciruultrs with terms (utisurpataed), deicrip an,
endorsements, eic. K. A. HUTCH N'hO.N A CO.,
iWNoith Sixth street. Kt. Louis. Mo.
star Alao publisher ol tlio N'twr InrsreiTBD
PoLTOLor riMiit Hisir, which uttirly aiirpaaaee
all other editious. (ttit magniticeBt engratingi.)
S.l.dawlOm
TO COLONISTS.
IF YOU ARE GOING AVEST,
Puy your tickets oter t'se "old reliable" Mis.
socki I'acirtc Ranaoap, tho popular route from
Ht. Louis tobedslm, Kt. .-colt, Lawrence, Kansas
City, Airliihon. bi. Joseph, Omaho, Denter and
all points in Missouri, Nebraska, Kansna and Col
oiadn, to which people are moving. This Line
has an unexpected equipment iu line day
coaches, I'ulliiiiu pula"e sleepvrs, Miller's safely
olstform, and the patent steam brake, and its
reputation lor prompt time and sure connectiens
isoioverblal. For tnluable Ihhirmatlon and as.
slrtance, to make special arrungements at lowest
raiea nncred ny aay line, can upon or auureas a.,
A. Ford, (ienerel Passenger Agent Missouri l a
eiRo R. It HI, Louis, Mo.
No troablo to aak questions. 3-o-wly.
WINEH AND IJClUUIla.
wii. H. SCIIUTTER,
Iuipurier aud WUoIeeale IlMlar Iu
WINES, LIQUORS,
TOBACCO &c CIO--rVTtVa.
Agent for the bett brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
baporUd Ale of D Imuran t Ulasda.
75 Ohio Lkvee,
U CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
F. M. STOOKFLETH,
ivccastoa roaLi a irocMLita
Reollfycr and Wholnsale Dealer la
;rorln and DomMllo
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 2 Omo Lkveb,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
at keeps on hand constantly full etoek o
old Kiuluckv llourkon, Rye and Mooooga
WW.kl;kff oh Braadf... IJoUaudeiln,
RaJaeaod callferala Wlaee laaivu
THE MILLION!
m r. x
oistey & DEaiEOtra
innt will do well tu aeud frelteul.r in
tEST.MtRKI. HKll i o,
VI North tecond r-.ti et, i, inu ii
BANKS.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
Ctmrletd Hatrrh St. IMS.
triea id
CITY NATIONAL DANK, CAIRO
urricissi
A. b. SACFDM). rretident;
M. H. TAYLOR, Viee.f'reaia'eiil;
W. IIVSLUP, Hacretarr and lreaanier.
aletiToeel
P, W. BisvLar,
V. M. NTOcirista
I'll L U. neaiH.
R M. Ciaaittuax,
W. 1'. HllLll.i),
J. M, pKUi.iea.
Oepwalle el amy Ausoanl tteeeltedlrotu
leu 4 enl I'litmtUa.
I I M'KKKiT ald on depeslta at the rste el til
, J percent. er anauro, March Island Meptetn
1 oer lei. Interest cot withdrawn la f.dded linmi
dlately tn tt e principal of the depealts, thereby
(Wing them compound litereat.
married women and children may
deposit money
tair o oc sua can aaiw rt.
Open ete.-y bualneaa day from a.m. to 3 p.m.
and Saturday eyening lor BAVI.NO DEPOSITh
only, (row I to a o'clock.
aujotl W. BYSLor, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
BAK"K.
CAIRO, ILLIIOII.
CAPITAL,
1100,0b
orricsai:
W. P. HALL1DAY, Pretiden
HKNRT I.. HALL1DAY, Vice Tt eat;
A. B. HAPFORD, Cathier ; .
WALTRR HYB1.0P, Aatialant Cashier.
txicteati
iTiiTt TitLoa, kosist R, Ccasuxeaiai,
iltxar L. Hallisat, W. . UaiLieaT,
lito. V. WiUdmiosi, Staear.t Btae
A. H. Sarroar.
Czebaai, C'la aad l'altd aialo
Boad Jiaasjkt aad Hold.
DEPOSITS rebelled, aad a general baaklog
businets aone,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF CAIRO.
DANIEL 11UKD, I'reaideet
ROBERT W. MILLER, Vite-Prealdeat
C. N. UUOnEM, Cathier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
E
,A.iiaiMir,i (uiu. ubuk nuifs mum uanm.
y aiates securities bought aad eold.
kl . . I . . 1 . ..... ..J ,-...- ,
Ialercl Allowed n Tien DcpMlla.
COAL,.
COAL 1 COAL1 COAL I
JAMES ROSS,
vsttsa nt
DUQUOIH AND MOUNT CARBON
COAL!
Commarcial-aY., Foot of Eleventh-st.
All Coal carefully weighed at Ihe yard on Fair
oanka' scales,
YULL WEIOUT WARRANTED.
Coal delivered on Ihe shortest notice In an)
part ol the cl.y, either by tea half ton, ten or ear
load.
Leate order at theofflc on Coromercial-av.a
he fontnf F.leventh street. nnvis.1 .dm.
COAL.
CAIRO CITY COAL
us prepared to tupely eusloaier with the bett
Haajiy o.
PIHSBURGANDIILLINOIS
COAL.
RPF.RS left at Ilalllday Brot. office, TO OHIO
L,KVEK, or ai tne Loai itra below ineBt.
Charlea Hotel, will receive prompt atleollen.
TUB TUB " HONTAl'K trill v
Hag eeal aloeg
side steamers at ant hoar.
OS saw
WHiSKps.ii.r.,p'r',ffl
will force theTieerd to grow thick and heaiv on
the sraoolhett lace (without Injury) In '"!!
or monev refunded I nents a package, postpaid,
or I foi' fifty cents. .. , M ...
DO Ait JONJti A (Vm Aahlaad, Mass,
J.Uw4t.
dry ooonn.
71. FALL-WINTER. 72
C. II AN NY.
LARGE STOCK.
BROWN S11EKT1N03,
PRINTS,
Ticiciisros.
OUKCKtt,
am
S T It I V K S,
KENTUCKY JIANa, 11TRJ,
CASS1MERS,
FLAK1TELS.
BLACK ALPACAS
LUSTERS,
SGi'.OS '51!
r)l'LI.a
Gi'.OS 'JltAIN SILKB,
LAKUE STOCK OF CaKI-XTINO
O 1 L CLOTHS,
MATT I NO,
Window Nlindee,
GILT BANDt,
NOTTINGHAM. LACK
DAMASK!).
Ule EnllreUteek Now Cloalna; oat
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8TU ST., AND COMMERCIAL-AY.,
Cairo, llllnola.
eeptltr
WUOLEHALE CHOCER8.
'R"""SMYTH"&"0b";
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO LEVEE
C IKO. ILLjINOIR.
Alio, keep tonitantly on hand a moil Jcom
plete etoek of
StX'TCH AND IRISH WHISKIEe
( 1NH,
Port, Maderia, Sherry and CatAwba Winei
RJMYTH A CO. sell exclusively for cash, to
. which fact they Invite the especial atten
tion el close barium buyers.
Special attention gt'tsn o Filling OrJtrt
rAMlIT OROCEMltX.
LOUIS JOIIOENSEN,
Dealer la all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
O-BOCBRIBS.
t'armer'a Tnrd and rltabllttg
WITHOUT C1IAROE.
Cr, Wishingtou-av.'and. Twontietli-t
CAIRO ILLS.
I7dH.
PIANOS.
SIXTY-F1VE Flit ST P III Z E
MEDALS AWARDED
TllE GREAT
BAL TIM011E
MANCrACTORT
WM. KNABE & CO.,
Manufatturr$ of
GRAND, SQUARE AND rFRIQBT
FTAJsTO FORTES
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND,
These Instruments have bten before the rublio
A mearly thirty years, and upon their eicells nee
alone attained an mpuna$tJ priwss,nlcn
pronounces them unequaled ia
TONE,
TOUCH,
WORKMANSHIP
And DUARBIHTY
axr All our Sivari JSaaoi hare our new New Im
proved OvsratruBg Kale and the aterofe Ittilt
r mm- We would rail special attentiua to our late
Patented Improvements la Uaaao funoe aad
Hgnaiiinaan, found In no other Piano, which
arin the. riano nearer perfection than hat yt
eeea altslasd, '
EYERT riANO FULLY WAlUXTti nt
IY Yliia
Illustrated Calalogueeane: Mice List tteBotl
furaished oa application to pteaipu
Wa.HaaBKCX,
aSaUlueaa, Mat
oaaj :ouTtala MtaWUhad atfeeelet.

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