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JOHN H. OBBRtiY & CO., PROPRIETORS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1872.
THE MAILS,
snaivt. - Dinar
North, Througn - w ! P-m
,, wy 7:Wf.m, 4:0) p.m.
South, Way.'. 12.18 p.m. iiwp.tn.
Through N. O., Mem
phis and Columbus S.nn p.m. 4;0Q p.tn,
Ohio Hlver rout, (except
Monday) '. ,00 p.m. fi:0O p.m.
ron MounUin K. K 2:30a.tn. ILuop. n.
Si In, Klter route, Tuesday
and Krl.lAjr COO p.m. 7:00p.m.
1 hebes, floose Island A Hnntn
Fe, 111.., Ttiiirily A Vrl-
.lay G:0Op.m. 7;00.tn,
Maylield, lllandvillo and
Lovelace, Kjr ILOUa.sn. 4.00p.m.
vrricK Hovti.
leniral Delivery 7iSHa.ni.
VntimUynBloVit.m.)
ney Order depaatnicnt 00 a.m. 6.00
Ulster " " " l;(w .m. 6.W) p.m
oney Order and Keiister departments no
on Btindiy.
" ouiTcinjiiciiEs.
I'RKHHYTKKIAN-Kighth.streel.
Preaching, Habbath at llij, . ., and Vt r. m.
I'rayer meeting, Wednesday at 1 r. m.
Hominy Hcltuol, 3 p. m, J, M. t.ansden, Huper
intendent. Iter. C. II. Foots, Paster.
IIKTIIODIST-Cfcr. Kijrhth and Walnut fits.
'Jre aching, Sabbath Wrf . and 7 r. m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7 r. u.
ljuridsHohool ,3 r. . I.. W. Milvrvll, Huper
intendent. Hey. F. L.Tiioirrso, I'sttor.
CIIUKCII OF Til K. HKltKKMEII-(Klil.:o(.il)
Morning prayers, Sabbath W't i. u.
Kvening pra)ers.7J4tr. .,
tiabUth (School,,!!, m.
Iter. Ma. Coax, Itcctor.
fcT. PATIUCK'fl CHL'KCII lor. Ninth bt.und
Washington Avenue.
ublle fr,lcc,8.ibballi 8J and luj," a. m.
Vespers, 3 -. I..
undayHci.ol,2 r. v.
Service aiery day, tr. x.
Ilev. I', J, U'llALLntAK, Priest.
1 JU.NOMKN,.SCIlKITMSAfc.S(JC,IATlO.N-KrK'
ular meeting second Monday each month at the
Prayer room tf the Presbyterian Cliurch
Weekly Prajer meeting, Friday, 'H r. ., at
he I'rayrr room of the Presbyterian church.
C. I'ttwsi, President.
AFRICAN HKTHOblST-KuurU-euth, between
Walnut ani Ccdsr.
Services, Habbath, II a.m.
fcunday bohool, r. x.
Uuilr, m.
rilX'OND HltF.K-wTLLTtAPTIfiT-Fiftcenth HI.
Preaching, 7J4 r.. Iter. Win. Jackson, Pastor.
between Walnut and Cedar.
(service UaLbth, and 3 r. m.
Ilev. N. Hicks, Pastor.
FP.EF..WILL UAI'TIrIT 110MK Ml.vilU.-s fcUN
DAT SCHOOL Corner walnut and Cedar Sts.
nundayHchool, 9 a. m.
IWT FItKi: Tf BAPTIST CIIURCII-Cur-
ry'a Harrack.
erTicri, rtabbath II a. ., r. M. and ' r. m.
Kpt. Wh. Kiilit, I'ailor.
r-HLST HIHSIONAIIV UAI'TlbT CHUltCII-Hct.
xetnlOlh and lllh Ktreeti, near Cedar.
i'rrachlnf -abbath !' a. x.tand 7; r. x.
I'rayar Mretlnfr. Wrdne.ilay eienln.
I'mchlng. Friiiy etenlii((.
sabbath S-hool, l)i p. n. John Van Ilaxter and
Mary htepheni Superintendents.
Itrv. T J. felioin. Putin
riFXONI) IlAPrbTCIIUItCII-rouiteenth Mreet,
I etween Cedar and Walnut; Her. Jacob Brad
ley, Kliler i the only Haptitt Church recojimied
I y the Aciatvo. rrrtlcer , timday II o'clock
cm., at 3 p.m. and at 7 p.m.
Jacoa RaiCLat, Elder.
SECRET OitDEKS
Tile MASONS.
Ciao CoxxAatirar, No. 13. Stated Aoembly
it tho An)lum Maxinu llall, tint and thirdjeu
irdaralneach rnooth.
CaiaoCoiacii, No. lit, I'ejular Conrorationat
. aaonic Hall, the tecond Friday in each month.
Caiio Cuiriia, .No. 71. Hegillar Convocation
at ilasonic Hull, on the third I'utiJi) of etery
mnlli.
C'Aiao Uofat, No. 237 F. A A. M Itegular Com.
munlcationt at Masonic llall, the .tcoiid anil
Jo u rili .Monln) ot each month.
(Klta Umii, No. Ms y. a A. M. HeRuInt Com
munication" at Maionlu llall Sri-t and third
Ttiurtda) in eah month.
THK ODD-KKLLOWH.
AtriANMa LotMir, 221. Meet In 01dFello'.
Hall, In Art'r'a lluildlnx, etery Thursday ucn
dk, at 7 o'clojk.
Our irome Advertisers.
UCMKHAIt AtJKXTM.
HAL LID AY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS
I'duiWARDIlW and COMMISSION
J1K HC II A N TH.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And ARenta of
Ohio lllvrr una HnniiwUu
THE BULLETIN.
AllllNOTON HOUSE,
T. II. Kilts, proprietor, corner 7th street
nnd Commercial avenue, Cairo, Itli., Is
prcpnrcd to accotnmodnto thn public with
board by thrj day, week or month, at lower
ratei than nny other first-class houso in
tliocity. Tlio rooms nro till well fur-
nished, light and ulry, good snmplo rooms
for the accommodation of Commercial
ngents. Tho houso is located in tho ecu
tcrof tho business part of tho city within
onu s'juaro of tho post ofllce. 4-9-tf
Mr. Anna L:tng, on Eighth street be
tween V ushmgton and Commercial ave
titles, has just received a flno spring slock
of millinery goods, consisting of halt, boti
ncU, ribbons, riotlom, etc., etc., to which
the asks the attention of tho ladies of
Cniro. Mrs. Lung will tnko plcasuro ia
showing her goods to all who will favor
her with a call. 3-0.1 in.
Vitamzk tiik IIaik. Why docs tho
hair become harsh nnd dry why docs It
fall out why docs it become grnv
Simply becauso tho life has gotio out of It.
fibers draw sustenance from tho scalp as
the grins draws alimont from the soil, and
when the supply of nutriment Is cut off in
either cae tho product withers and dies
At the first symptoms of decay, therefore,
tho unfed or half-fed roots of tho hair
should be refreshed nnd rolnforccd with
Lyon's Katiiaiuo.v, tho only preparation
which will nourish tlio filaments and keep
them in o vigorous condition after they
have begun to suffer from a deficiency ol
their natural stimulant. As loni: as the
Kuthairon is faithfully tucd, with proper
degrco of friction, morning and evening,
so long will it bo impossible for the hair to
whiten or fall out from the scalp.
'I.Q'Cod-d&wIw
Symptoms or Cataiiiiii. Dull, heavy
headache, obstruction of nasal passages,
discharge fulling into throit, sometimes
profile, watery, acrid, thick and tenacious
mucous, purulent, muco-purulcnt, bloody,
putrid, offensive, etc. In others a dryness,
dry, watery, wesk or inflamed eyes, ring
ing in cars, deafness, hawking and cough
ing lo clear throat, ulcerations, scabs from
ulcers, voice altered, nasal twang, offen
sive breath, impaired smell and taste, dizzi
ness, mental depression, tickling cough,
etc. Only a few of tho above symptoms
arc likely to bo present in any case at one
time. No disci'o is more common or 1cm
understood by physicians. The proprie
tor of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Hcmedy will pay
SoOO reward for a case of Catarrh which
ho cannot cure. Sold by Druggists at 00
cents. Co8-.0-dawlt.
MELM.VU AT COST.
As I dcilro to chango my business, j
will sell all of my present flno stock of
Grockmkj., Canned Fruit, Teas, Coffees,
Spices, Confectionery, etc., etc., for tho
nest thirty days, AT COST. This is no
humbug. I mean whatlsuy.
3-27mld. . John Tannkr,
Cor. of Klevonth tt.nnd Waghlngton av
FOR SALE OR hKNT.
A good Ilrick House, four rooms oh first
floor, Krgo grounds (flvo full lots tho
Horn Garden), peach trees and grapo
vines, good citterns and out houses, for
rent or salo nt a bargain. Knqulro at
Court House Uakery, of John ISke.m.
3-27dml
THE LITTLE KE.VTUCKIA.V,
Jfo. 03 Ohio levee, is the place whoro
they keep the frcshct fish nnd game, and
ho finest wines, liquors and cigars, to bo
found In the city. Dinner only twenty-
Uvo cents. Open day nnd night, at all
hours. J. E. Pauk, Proprietor.
3-ltf.
Go to C. W. Henderson's Inr Goochs'
X. L. Ice Cream Freezers, 'Water
Coolers, Hunlcano Lanterns and Enam
eled Grate Fronts. 3.31-dlm.
Our Homo Advertisers.
70 Ohio Levee,
MRS. M. SWAXDKIl,
IN TIIK
ATIIENEUM BUILDING
ha opened out nn extensive atock of
MILLINERY GOODS
All ol which are entirely neir nnd of Iho very
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
TIIESTOCK COMritlSES
HATS, BONNETS MBBOXS,
FLOWERS,
And an clcunt assortment of
LACES, FIUNOES, KID a LOVES, HOSIEHY
and nil articles usually kept in n flnt-clius mil
linery store.
llrn. Nwandfr Invltea the. puldlo to cnll aivl in
spect her utock, whieh ehe will take pleasure In
Hnnwlne In old ah well as new cuatorrcra.
sO-ttV . .
Java iMi'r.niAt. Tea nt Bristol & Stil
woll'a. 3,Uf
MAnttiAOE Guide. Interesting work
numorous cncravlncs. 221 races. Prlco
CO cents. Address Dr. Dutl's Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Slrcol, St. Louis, Mo
Soo Advertisement. tf.
NERVOUS DEBILITY,,
With lla Klooinv nlfonilMnla. law aim
lf' desiri amlon, I toliitilnry cinlwloii.
Umnnr Krinen, rriiintorrhrn, lo at
power' dUajr hend, loan or memory,
niia tbronienol lmnrlriire nnit I !
rllllN, nsnlit loverrlajn ctirn lit llittii.
nlirfy'n lotiieopufiilc hiire Itr .o
I Weiily.vlKllt. Compoieil n tr r in rt Tnlua
b'.r mild anil potent curntlrc- limy olne a
unde at the roots ol tkemttl'i torn if t x ayt
tern, arrest the dlcharge, nnd im.nrl tlgorand
iierjr, Hie and tilallt) to I'll f nine man. The;
hato cured thotmandu nfca , I'riee, $5 pei
pagkixetol flte boxes ami a larse 12 rial, which
ir rery Important iu nhsttnate or old eases, or ft
l'frltiRU bn, Bold iy all drilUlit', hjJ sent
hr mail on Kcclpt ol prico. A J iris HiLTihrer
HpeciMe Homeopathic Med.clne Co., tot llr.)ad
way, K. Y. I. jjilUII,
wiitftft.1- owawlv A f. f!stm. ttlinnU
WM. II. SOIIUTTER,.
'.
; I '
s
f
Iiuporler nud Wbolesnle IIcr In
WINES, LIQUORS,
AND
TOBACCO &c CIC3--A.R3.
Agent for the best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE.
Imported Ales or Dllftorcut Hind.
7C Ohio Levee,
CAino,- Illinois, i t( ' cauio, Illinois.
Chicago Advortisements.
'OOK,COIII'K. A CO., ARM.
ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC
TOBACCO WORKS
No.. 713,717, 7IU V 731 Indiana Avenue,
(Near Fourteenth street),
CHIOAOO.
110UAHT, mVKLLK Si CO., PP.OP ltS.
P. S. Wholesale Trn In only solicited.
I.8T Or rAOT(jitV I'ltlCK-l !
Fine Cut CheMrlllir. Fine (.'ill HmnVlnir.
in .uewinjr,
hweei Home Chewing,
nn uosewnexinir,
I'Hlncei llall Chewing,
A and lp rnokins,
i-acinc rnio'iin,
Ailaiitlo Hmokln;,
Old Krln Smoking.
WAUOXS.
WAGON MAN UF ACTOR Y."
tg JvilV'11 'w.rfijsm to. i JL
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail
COnSKIl !52D.hTItr.ET AND OHIO LEVEL
Cairo, Illiuoi?.
nnrlltr J. P. (JAMBI.F.
Medical Advertisements.
PAII, . NC'IIUH, Art.
Cincinnati Advertisements.
UltT K.NTKKPKINK.
Principal OiHeo 101 AV. Fifth St., Cin. O
THE ONLY RKLIAItLR OIKT KNTERPRISK IN
. THCCOU.STKYl
$60,000.00
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
Tobediatribuled In
Ii. 3D. S I1TE'3
37th Stml.Annual
GIFT ENTERPEISE
To Iwdrsat Slonday. Ahn'l S3h, 172.
Two Gm:;i Capitals or
$5,000 in Greenbacks !
One Price A.VOOO 1st Nlltcrt
Two Prizes $1,000 if
Five Prizes S500 f i GREENBACKS.
Ten Prizes S100 & I
One llorio ai.d lluesy with SllverMounted liar-
np. nnriii i'-".' encn.
One fine-toned Hosewood 1'iano, worth o'O.
Ten ftmily ejln niachlnen, worth il
each. Klie HMty caed Rold huntlnK wati'hea
and heavy gold chains forth $3M each. Fire
told American hunting wstehet worth 115oach.
Ten Wdlen cold liuutlng watclies worth one hun
dred dollnr each, Elg It hundred cold nod
sliver lever hunting watches (m all) worm
from to 30U. I.udlek' sold leontine chains,
Kent'auold test chains. iolld nnd double -platen
Hirer ratiiu ami lenipoon, pnoiograpn aioums,
eMelrv. etc.. cto.
wholu number Rift. 6.000. Tickets limited ta
ui.iui.
Aaenta wanted to fell Tickets to whoia t'beral
nretntutnM will ho oald.
Sictle. tickets si i atz tieketa ti; twelvo tide's,
urcuiarn roniuinuiK iun,ii,ui jn,r,. b uc-i-crlptlon
of the mannn of drawing, and other in
formation In reference to tho distribution, willlw
entloHiiy one 0Mefln tnem. Ail leiiera iimsi
s nddreitsed to I.. I). tUNE, llox SI),
urricc, wincinnan, u
ltd West flth at. nownniT
$300X)00I
3IISS0U1U STATU LOTTERY,
Leoalizki) iiv Statk Authority and
Drawn in Puiilio in St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme
50,000 MT.1WF.11N.
Class I), to he Drawn- Ai'RiL30, 1872.
n,H80 PrlzcN) AiiiounllnR to 0300,000
1 Pnie of tw.ftio Prlics ol UO
1
1
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40
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of..,
of ,
of.
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of..
of 13.4W
or n
of 7,HjO
of ft.HtO
of 2,M)
m i nn
of wi in)
t r.in rjdn
til Ul "
Tickets, $10; II alk Tickets, $5, Quau
tkii Tickets, $'i 60.
HfOur lotterle are chartereil by the State,
areiilwnys drawn nt tlie llnio named, aud all
i rawlnttn are iiudr tlie auperviiiion of attorn
coinnilHitlonera.
rr-rrl... Ul .li.nu.inn will liA nillllUheil In
111 ill1 .'IIIVHM .in. ,
tho St. I.oula papers mid ii copy enttopurcliuscr
tBWo will draw n almllur seliem tho last day
ol esery momh duriiiR tho year 1X72.
n.Hemit nt our risk by pontutllco money order.
rei!ilered loiter, drait or exprem. Hend for -cir
cular. AddroM., lUKIlAi,.iHi.i.r.iv ,
4-lUdawrl
I'.
BOOK IlINIsKAYi
OAIHO CITY liOOK IJINDKllY
JOHN II. OHERI.Y & CO.,
eaol-alCTOUS.
Bulletin Buildinp, comor of 12th
street ana Wasinugton avouuu,
Cairo, Ullinos.
All klndi of Illndlnn nnd Bullne dono t tb
very wr w ..-. -lT .nan. T.ara
in aliperiuienn una hiiiuii,u..., zr-.
u.inliv nrnml.eour natrons work fdUtd to IUS.I
ofiaay Ulndery in tho west.
SIMIL1A SIMILIBUS CUKANTUK
IIOSIPIIRET'N
HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS
TTAVE proTed, from the moat ampin exper
11 lence, an sjniire aucressi oimpie rrompi
ktllclent and Reliable). The ire tha onlr medi
clnes perfectly adapted (o popular use ko tim
pie that mistake! cannot be made In ualng them;
an harmless a to Ix, fren from dn((T, and so
eiucicoiaa 10 no niwaja reuaoio. iney n.iie rnia-
citiie niKiiesi commenuaiions irom an, ami win
alwava render aatlafactlon.
Nos. Cents.
1, Cures Trn, congestion, Innammationa.lU
n sir nisi, worm lescr. worm cone -a
rryliiiT -colic orteethinxol infants...'
nirrhooa. of children and adults...2J
IsyarntsTj', KrlpinR, b'llous collc...2j
S'liolcrri-ninrbus, vomiting.... ..M
t'holcrn. coliln, bronchltu
KenrxIsTlsi, tootluche, faceache....2S
lliwlrhra. aiek headache. tertigoU
llyaprpaln' bdlous atnmacnc- -M
NnjiirSM1,or painful periods......'
Wnltestatoo profuro nerloJ".....'ii
2,
10,
15:
13:
i.
!?:
at.
21,
22,
2,
25,
20,
27,
m,
i'mnn. f-oliirh. difficult breath inir...'
.Stall Khriim, F.ryalpelas, Bruptlonr2A
Kbcnmnllam, rheumatic pains 2A
erntsd AKtse.chill feter,agueii:.o
PllM, blind or bleeding. ..M
tSphtlilrmy, and aore or weak eye.Vi
fMtarth, aeuif orehrouic, InrluenniM
WhooplssB-CoHRll, TlolentcoUj;haM)
Asmroa, oppre..eu oreaimnz ..... iJ
Kar llhiirTs)a, linnlred heannifM
ttcrofsilM.enlarffed glands, awelhngSO
Urntrnl ISebllltt, physical weak.
neaa AO
nrapsix and acauly Secretions
Stit Nipknpsui.aickness from rtdlniSo
Hldney.IlaaRs, Orarel M
Aertous Deullltr, aemioal emla
ona.lntoluntarT dlacl.areea-. .1 00
live1 Boxes, wita cne i rial of powile
err neces.arir in serious cBen...6 no
Nora Mouth, canker Co
Urltinry Wpnknrsui, weltinK led.-W
i-ainiui i-eriosiM, wiiriapasina.....wi
HullerliiKj,.t change of life.... 1 00
Kitllf liny .Spasms, ai.Vltiis'dance.l i
Ulpthcrlaulc, erated sore throat U)
29,
M,
SI,
ti,
M.
3.1.
KA3HI.V CASi:"!.
Ors.l to 00 larire vtala. mnrorro
or rosewood cane, contalnlntx a
Hprclllc rar every oasjlunry UlV
rnr m family lamibjoet to, and
bookn ortilreclluua ...from 110 to 124
fciiiullir t'ainlly and Traveling ca-es.
w io no Tiais irom ssx so sva
SpolHc lor all Private Vlaennes,
lioth for Curing and ror Preven
tive treatment, in rials and pocket .
cues..... .$3 lo S
I'OMI'M EXTIIACT
Cures Uurns. Ilruisei. Lameness. Horenets. Sore
Throat, Sprains, Toochnche. Earache, Neuralgia.
niicumaiiim, i.umuago rues, eons, nuiij",
ore Kye, llleedlngof the Lungs, Nme, btoin.
aeh, or of 1'ilee; Corns, Ulcem, Ol I Hores.
nice, o os., J eta.; 1'inta. tl.WH (jnartr, tl-75.
These remedies, excent Pond'a Extract.
bv I lie (ah nr ilnp.'Alinv ... ...nf In a nv n,.l nl
thecouhtry, by mall or expreti, free cf charge,
on receipt ol trie price. AUdrets
IIUJll'llKtVH' Bi-ECinu
HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE CO.
Ollloe and llepol, No. &H2 Itroadway, New.Tork.
FOll HALE 11Y 1'. bCilUlt, UA1U9, Ilia,
anglsaeoisawlv
BULLETIN BUILDING. WASHINGTOK-AV.
Legnl Advertisements.
OKDIWAWf r, ETC,
NOTICE.
HfAtfd propoiftU will Ire rrclrod at the Ultv
mm
Our Homo Advertisers.
Ice, addressed to thn committee nn
10
Clerk
drainage, until 8atiinlaf. tho 20th Inst., at
o'clock a m. lor furnishing 200 cuhlo yards of
I'ineoi an eises, uepoaueu un ier me ounei or
the sewer pipe in Iho Ohio Icrce, al the loot ol
Tenth street. The work to be done ns
soon as practicable. Tha committed reserrn the
rignt io reject any or all bids,
By order of Iho Committee on Drainage
414td.
NOTICE.
Office of Committee on Streets,
Cairn. III... Alirll 1. 1H72. f
Pealed nronosala trill m receitetl at thn Citv
Clerk's otl-e,-Brtilrtse.l to the committee on
streets, Until Saturday, thn 13th Inst., for building
an approach ru'roaa tho cross leveo where it Is In
teraectd br the extension of Rvcamnra atreet.
Tina work will renuira the moving of almut l,uoo
cuoio yarns or h irwi.aiiu i no mntermi can ne obtiin
din a convenient location near at hand,oul.ida
of said lesee. r'imilar pronor-als will also be re
ceived In Iho aamn ay for widening Iho road
u mvni nun w asr.inirinn aTeniin. steniie.i itn.
mediately aouth of tho cross lesee, and fil'lng
..iu nu, in iu iii. i.Tte. on aamearenue, iinme.
dlately north of said ieree. Tills work will re.
quire the removal ol about 400 cubic yards ol
i-m, n. niiii-iii'Bn ikj iirnoiiri-n in a nnninn unt in.
cation outaiiln nf II. lr
rroposais win nno im recelteil to widen tha
man qosr inrown up oo Waalilngton avenue be.
tween 00th nnd .12ml irei.. TiV.- .n,v .in ...
"tino the removal of admit 2.V) cubic yams ol
earth, which will have to be brought from outsl.Jo
ui inn icirrfl.
Hy order of committee on streets, the right be-
.8 .-., iv ,rjvi.-i ny or an UIU4.
S .SU t
Kailroad Advertisements.
Sl'KINGFIKLD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTUEASTEUN It. It.
On nn I after Monday, April 2lth, 1B7I, trains
ruu aatollowsi
NORTHERN DIVISION.
Tiaias ooiso eoriuiiii,
Mail.
I.caro Virginia C:49a.m
" fcpringtleld - 9-0 "
" laylorTille.....10:82
Arrive at i'ann U:tfi m
Tiaiasoonsa soitbiui.
Express
Leave Paaa 4:00a,m
" Taylorville .4:4 "
Arrive at Springneld...6;15 11
Leave Sp.inirfield fi:2S "
Arrive at Virginia S:2i "
tsUUTUKUN IIIVISIUN.
TBAINS 00l0 SOVTIIISST.
Leave Edgewood 5:30 a. m 10:10 n.m
" Flora ..........S:2i " 11:40 "
Arrive at fcliawneetovrn3:Mp m 6:15 p.m
txains oomo NoaTiiwtsT.
Leave Shawneetown 6:45 a.m .....
" Flora. 2:M '
Arrive at Kdrewood 4:50 "
Tlie a: it a.m. (rain irom r.ugewooii, runs only
Mondays, W.dnesila)aand Fridays, and 6:45a.m.
train from Shawneetown on Tuesdays, Thuro.
dfya and Saturdays.
Connects al Ashland with Jacksonville division
nl Chicago and Alton Ktilroad, for Jacksonville-,
I'elersburg, Mnsou City, and all oolnts west.
At Kpringfield, with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and Western Railroad, for
Illoomlngtcn, Chicago, and all points north, north
west nnu west.
At Tana with Ind. and St. I.oula, and Illinois
Central Railroad for all points cajt, south and
southeaiit.
At Edgewood with Chicago Division Illinois
Central Railroad.
Al Flora, with Ohio and Mississippi Railroad.
AtHhaaneetown. with steamboats for Cincln
natl, Paducah, Cairo and St. Louis,
ukla.-su ojii i ii, uen iBup u
Joiik Koositt, Orn'l Fr'gt and Ticket Ag'l.
Exprevj
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Our Home Advertisers.
cius. sciiorNMtvra.
WILLUM SCIIICk
OH AS. SCHOENMEYER k CO
FURNITURE ROOMS,
Ul'UOLSTEltINO
Mattress Manufacturing
I'tirulture IlepnlriuK,
PIOTURK F11AMING-.
All orders promptly attended to.
N0HT1IWK.ST COItNF.rt OT WA8IIIN0T0N AV
ENUE AND TKNTII ST.,
OAIHO, ILL.
P. O. Drnerl231. an9tf.
WIN EN AND MUCOUS.
1-'. M. STO0KFLET11,
si'ccxtsoa to rotiLt asTOcxniTU
ltecdfyer anil Wholeaale Denier Iu
Foreign antl Doinevlle
WINES AND LIQUORS,
No. 02 Omo Levee,
CA1BO, ILLINOIS
SE keeps on hand constantly n full slock o
Old Kentucky Ilourton, Rye and Mononga
, Whlskiea, French Brandies, Holland O ;
Rhine and California Wlnoa I '"'3""
IJATOIIELOlt'S IIAIlt DYE.
Tins superb linlr dye la the best In tha world
perfectly harmless, Hlubie and Instnnttncous.
No disappointment. The genuine W. A. Batche
lor' Hair Dye produces Immediately a natural
black or brown. Does not stain the akin but
leaves the hulr clean, soft and beautirul, The
only safe and perfect hair dye. Bold by all drug,
gists. KacUry, 10 Mond St., N. V.
5-l0-cod-7w-ly.
ORDINANCE NO. 21.
IK (ItllllVl V,'t'
For Iho protection ot the United Hlates Water
lie it ordaini.fl w th. nt.- Pai,..:! ,.i..n.i
dm. ' ' v... ...own, i
Sec. I. That it shall not he lawful for any per
son, not legally authorised thoreunto to remove
the water gusge plageil and established on the
i ..r?i "K;P''lo1,!-','eo near thn Irelght depot
buildings of the Illinois Central Rail RSa. Co'n.
mnv. bv the Officers i,f ll,
United tales, or hnr portion thereit, or to dea.
Toy, injure or Impair, or In any manner to Inter
fere with, said water innr.t of nnv r,r n.iv)
of Iho same, and every person vlolatlng'any oflha
provisions of tills nriiinanre, or removing, des.
roylng, Injuring, Impairing, or in any manner
Interfering with the sulci w.ter guage urany r
tlon Ihereoi, shall foifeit and pay to said City of
'iroa sum not lass than five dollars nor more
inn nny aoiiar lor each and every otlenie.
AniirnvA.I .n.ll 1111. 1&Y-. '
... , , JOI'&M.LANSDEN, Mayor.
Attest: M. J. Howtsr, City Clerk.
ORDINANCE NO. 20.
an onni'i'rK
To provide for trio extension nn I Improvement
of Sycamore Btreet and Washington avenue.
Ho it ordained by thn City Council cf the city
ol Cairo : '
btciioa 1. That Washington Aenue bo exten
ited lnaatralahtlinaon Its present course and
with Its present wintn, from Thlrty-romUi street
luivntviiuii nun iiib cross roaii lenaing
over the embankment of the Cairn .nrf u,
llall Koad Company, nesr the northerly limits of
the city, and that Sycamore street Ih. extended,
on itsjiresent course, and with a width of tjO feet
ItomThlrty.fourth street lo Its point efcoslng
the present cross levee, and Irom that point in a
straight line, with width of one hundred (eel to
Us mterstctlon with the northerly limit of the
Sre. 2. That Sycamoro street extended as
aboto provided for. be levelled from its Inters, c
lion with Washington avenue to its intersection
with the countv road, such levelling in i. ,inn..
so far as cutting down the elevations will furnish
earth to do It, and that apropercosslng be con
structed over the present cross leveo upon Hit,
lino of said camora street.
otc. j. -mat tne present filling on Wn.hlng.
ton atenue between Thiily-tirst and Thlity
third streets be widened three feet on each slilo
to ltspreeiit height, and the filling immeillalcly
aruth of tho pre-rnt cross letce be widened to
far n to make the lull uldlli sixteen feet, and
that the approach to the levee on the ouiside of
tliecross levee, on the lincof Washington avenue
cxterded, be so rilled up as to ninke tlie slope of
said approarh not lo exceed one foot perpendfeu.
lar lo twelve feet horlcontHl,
Sic. 4. That proper culverts bo put In where
cer in the otilnion of tneStreet Commute.. iiiv
nre required, and that all thn work provided for
iu mis orainnuci snail ne "one unuer lite direction
of said btreet Commlttte.
Approted, April I2ili,ls;j,
. . ...... Jol,'N M' I-AN&PEN, Muyor.
Attest! M, J, HowlkYj City Clerk,
IWHPRAWCE,
Nu7"5;?. It. II. CANUEK
NotarvPuw, No. Pub. and U. 8. Ce.
PIKE, HULL, OAKGO, LIVE STOCK.
ACOIDKNT, LIFE,
JSTNA, HAnTfORU,
AsaeU 5,HJ,IS0I 97
NORTH AMSnrrA, PA,
Assets 2,783,000 OL
Asssts.,
1IARTFOED, CONN.,
2,MI,210 7
ORDINANCE NO. 19.
AN ORDINANCE
To authorize the issuance of twnds to lake up
and pay nil bonds of the rity of Cairo, now due
nnd lo become due dlirlnc the vear A. II. n?
He it ordained by tho city council of the city of
Hrc' 1. The mavor of tho city ol Cairo, is
hereby authorised and illrectrd to csusn to hn
prepared thirty-slx (3flj tiva hundred (4oO dol
lar bond ol tho citr of Cairo, navahle In ten
years Irom the date thereof, and to ht-ar such per
cent. Interest per snnum, payable
semi-annually, ns tho bonds for which
they are to be exchanged now
bear; and, when so prepared, thn said mayor and
the city clerk ami cily comptroller ot said city,
nre hereby authorized and instructed tu sign the
same nnu ami tut- veni 01 samcity inereio.
Sic. 2. hen said bonds hare been prepared
ar.il executed, us hereinbefore iirovnieii for. th
same shall be exchanged, under the dlrrctlon of
thn finance cnminittco of thority coiincilnnd the
said mayor, for tho bonds of the city which nr
now due nnd which will become due during this
year, A. I). 1872, the exchange lo be according to
the face orsar value of tho bonds clven in ex
change, no discount ol or deduction Irom the same
10 lid mane or auoweu. in any case anil Iho bonds
rcceifed by the said committee and mayor in ex
change shall lie taken chargo of by said commit
tee, ami ny inem uesiroyeu at tneir first meet
ing for the destruction of other eviilennns ,,f
city indebtedness, tlio suld committee reporting
to ine cuy cuuuuii rno laci or rue uesiructlon ol
said bonds, giving In their report a full and com
plele description of each nnd every bond so des
roved, Hue. 0. The said committee and mayor shall
glvo Io the city comptroller anil city treasurer, ft
list of tho names of llio pertens to whom said
bonds, nr any nfthem, shad bogltenln exchange,
tosether with the numbers and amounts of the
bonds so exchanged ; and should said committee
and mayor be unable, within reasonable lime
to cflvet an exchange nf nil of said lands for
said Ponds now due and to become duo as afore
said, they shall report to the city council tho
amount on liund which thev havo been unable to
exchange, nnd shall hold them subject to the or
der ot sum city council.
Approved, April 12th, 1872.
JOHN M. LANSDEN, Mayor.
Attest! M J. Hotr.r, CltyCleik.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Witsacis, on the 2Mh day of August, A, V.
1870, 'i humus II, Kills and Klisa Kills,
Ilia wife, and Henry II. Kills, nnd Oltilivi.
(slirneil Ottle Ellis) his wife, executed and
acknowledged, and delivered to Mlko Mc
Cauley ncertain mortgage conveying to said Mike
McCauloy reriain rent estate situation the city oi
Cairo, county of Alexan ier, state of Illinois, to.
I . -' ... I. VA IU ....I t.. V.. ,
Will ill'. I ill iiiiiwiv ..... nn! lull. II,
IS, 10,21', 37, M. in lilnok No. 71, and the undi
vided two-thirds In'erest in lot No, 8, In block
No, 5, all in the cily ot Cairo, Also lots num.
bcred 24 and 23 In block No. 91 In the 1st a Iditlon
to tliocity of Cairoi to secure the pujmonto! two
certain promissory notes in said moitgago (In
scribed, both of even date with said mottcage,
one note for 1873, payable, two months after date,
and the other cote for $87., payable four months
nlier date, which notes have not been p.ild, nor
has cither of them or any part thereol been paid.
And whereas, it is stipulated in said mortgage,
lhat If deff.ilt lie made In tlie payment of sui I
n-tes, nbove mentioned, or any part thereof,
according to tho tenor and etlect theteof. Iho
said party of (lie second p-irt, utter having adver
tised such sale for thirty days in a
newspaper published In the city at
Cairo, Illinois, may sell lie Mid
rremlses or nny part thereof, and r II right and
equity nl redemption ol the said parties of the
first part, at publlo vendue to the highest bidder
for cash at the lime appointed In alien advertise
ment, nnd u pin making such sale, us tho attor
ney of said parties ot tho first part, ur In the uamo
ni 1 ha mid nanv ot the second narl. shall execute
and deliver to tha purchaser deeds for the con
vxvsnce in feed the premises soldi And whereas
(hn suld promissory notes have not, nor has
eltner or anv pan mere i'i ueen punt i
Now, therefore, I tho said Mike HcCiuiley, party
of the second part named In said mottgage, in
puisuance of the provisions thereof, do hereby
give notice that en Saturday, May 11th, A, I. 1872,
between the hours of ten o'clock a.m. aud one
o'clock p. in, ol that day, at the front door of the
Court Houses, in the cily of Cairo, Alexinder
county, state of Illinois, t will otter the lots or
ground herein above desuilted, and eoch or
iliem for sale at public vendue to the highest bid.
iter for cash, to sntisly said notes. nd will
cute deeds lo purchasers, couveving title bv ree
lo the premises sold, as provided in said inorl-
6' MlKEMcOAtll.KV, Mortgagee.
Green 4 Ollbert, Attorneys for Mortgagee
i-iojaod tBir0 Af" U 1 '
PHOENIX, HABTF0HD.
Assets 1,781,118 66
INTERNATIONAL. V. Y..
Assets.- ; I.1V1.3M IT
PUTNAM. HARTFORD.
Assets 706.M7 Ot
CLETELAND. CLEVELANn.
AssU... J15,S73 a8
HOME. COLUXIIIU8.
Assets 8I5.278 to
AMERICAN CENTRAL. VI 0
Asset MX'. 000 OU
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIVE.
Asset .30.ijixi.ouo ou
tkaveler'h, n artford, life and
ACCIDENT.
Assets. 1.A0O.00O Ot
RAILWAY rASSENOERS ASSURANCE
CO., HARTFORD,
- SOO.CU, t
Assets
INDEPENDENT. BOSTON.
Asset M KW.Stl
S AFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio Ivrec,
City National Rank, CAIRO. ILL.
F. BROSS,
FIRE AND MARINE
Inmirnnre AReory.
TRIC.MUr, CIJfCINNATJ,
Asssts (200,000
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL, LIFE,
Assets, over ..C,uuO,000
atse the
ANCIIORD FIRE AND JIARINE
Of St. Louis.
Solicits ail kinds ot risks.
V. BKOHS,
oc!27tf Agent, Cairo, Illinois.
FIRE AND MARINE
I'OMl'A.MK
NIAGARA, N. Y.,
Assets Sl.43G.21C ?
Assets ,
OERMANIA, N. Y.
..1,0C8,721 78'
HANOVER, N. Y.
Assets 720,802 00
REPUBLIC, N. Y.,
Assets ., .714,923 OU
Comprising the Underwriters' Agency.
YONKEItS, N. Y.,
Assets 878,401 (1
Assets,.
ALHANY CITY,
"453,193 23
FIREMEN'S FUND, H. V.,
Assets, C78,tCO tKt
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE.
Assets 1,432,849 00
STORKS, Dwellings, Furniture, Hulls and Car
goes, insured nt rates na favorable as aouud,
permanent security will warrant.
I respectliilly ask oi the citlteos of Cairo, a
share ot their patrona;e.
s. . .
St. Louis Advertisements.
Mccormick iric, Mgwmu.
DOTY'S
REVOLVING ROAD SCRAPER.
MAKES ONE DOLLAR PRH DAY CLEAR
nro tit on each scraper (over any other scraper
how in use) to the contractors using them.
thousand now In us s prove Its merits.
Address, ...
DOTY, WATSON i CO.,
3-27dlm. 102 H. Main ht Bt. Louis, Mo.
HUTUUlJUI.
JAMES KYNASTON,
flntclicr ncd Denlrr In sill KIbiU Frenh
Must,
COXSIIK NlXITIIKTU i PorLAI StSttT.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
T)IIYH and sliuigdters only the very best cattle,
Sj hogs and sheep, and is prepared to till any
demand for fresh meats from one pound to leu
thousand pounds.
Ir2i)tl
JAKE WALTER,
BUTOHBB
asp nrina is
FRESH MEAT,
si
Eighth Street, Between Wabhinoton
and Commercial avenue,
Adolnlnc KltUahoHsto , Ustssssy'a,
Keep the best of Beef, Pork, Mutton, Vesl,
Lamb, Bausage. etc., and aro prepared to serve
ailisen In the most acceptable oanuer.
AGENTS WANTED
For an entirely new and faclsatlng werk ol niu
aual Interest, .
THE HOME OF GOD'S PEOPLE
..? K'sndesl.and most papular book out, now
f.?i- ig fi""? lh"n " nr three booM eom
blned. Nearly 200 Superb Engravings. One
Agent look 1U orders In 10 days. beat
chance to make money ever offered. A good
Agent wanted In eveiy Township. Bend lor our
circulars with tetme (unsurpassed), descrlp en.
endorsements, eics K. A. IIUTCIl'NbON CO.
M Noith Sixth street. 81. Louis , Mo.
sr Also publisher ot the Ntw IticsTitTto
Poivotor Fahilt Hulk, which utterly surpassea
all other editions. (21 magnificent engravings.)
a-l,dtwiOm
JOHN II. CANNON & CO.,
Successors to E,
O. TUTTLEA Co., Wholetali
Dealers In
MILLINERY GOODS,
802 If. Fourth direct,
Cor. St. Charles, ST. LOUIS.
Hpeclalattentlongiven orders, loand satisfac
tion gurranteed. 2 lllim
BROADWAY FOUNDRY.
COLLINS & HOLLIDAY
313 CARR ST., ST. I.OVIB.
vixt'rACTtisias or srarioKiBT aD roaTlni
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS
JIULAY AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Paw nnd (Inst Mill Msclilnery, Rolling Mill and
lllsst Furnace Cuttings, Wrought Shafting and
llnu-o Wnrk, I'arker'a and Johnston's
Water Wheels, Tobacco and Lard
l'ress Pcrens, Lard Kettles, Iron
and Ilrass Castings of every description;
nlso, Quarts Mills-nml Smelting Furnaces of most
approved description.
Have purchased all the Wheel and Pulley Pat
terns otUaty, McCuneA Co. 3 27dlm.
EWD. MEAD & CO.
304 N. Fourth St.,
ST. LOUIS.
Keep a full line of first class
WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEW
ELRY. SILVER and PLATED
WARE. This old established
house Intends to maintain
their reputation of wiling
flood floods at low prices,
and are now opening a
splendid new Spring Stock.
All orders by mail promptly
attended to.
Watches and Jewelry f arefully re
paired by tlrst-clnss workmen, aud
all kinds of Jewelry and Silverware
made to order.
4-4dtw3ra
THE DAVIS LOCK STICH
VtBTICAL riED
SEWING MACHINE
W
A
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C
H
E
TDK LARGEST.
TLK SIMPLEST,
THE CHEAPEST,
THE BEST.
TIIK aitEATKSTIUI'IlOVEMENTOr.TUK A.OK
Terras Most Liberal.
Agents wanted for unoccupied territory. Bend
or circular ana price usi.
Ilrnttrh oHac,013 Nortts Fourth Ntrett
HT. I.OI71N,Me.
8. F. .NEWTON, Manager.
AilOOK FOR THE 3JILUON.
sr 4Tii,rri'P I A I'rlvate Counselor
MARKIAOE to the Married or
nI..nL, I those aboutto marry
UUIl'r.. on the physleiogical
mysterlesnnd revelations of the sexual svslern
Kith the latest discoveries in producing and pre',
vr-llng nttspring, preserving tnecaniplrxiOB,e.
This is an interesting ork of two hundred and
Iwinty leur pages, with numerous engravings,
ind contains valuable information for those who
sre married or contemplate marriage l still II is
M,ik t.iat mi slit to he under lock and key, and not
Itiu carelessly aboutthe bouse.
Hent lo any one (free of postage) for Ml cent
Address Dr. Units' Dispensary, Ho, U,
' Klghlh street, at. Louis, Mo.
Hotlrtotbe AMcttdand Uisforlsisssitss.
rJetjre applying to the notorious tjuaokawho
ad rerlise In tne public papers or using any Hik
remedies, peruse Dr. Hulls' work, no msUUr
what your dlseasa ia or how deplorabla your cot
dition. . .
Dr. Dulls can be consulted, personally or 4
mall, on the dlsaesea mentioned in hit work,
office, Ko. U N.Kighth aUt. bak MMaMt.ssair
ChestuntBt Loula Mo. mydl
ClIKAI'EST.AND hKJT.-rMrt. WbltMlVi
Syrup for children U told by drug gt.M,
25 cents a bottle, nnd U n.dmlr'b!
preparation for iofkntUe dUorderi.
4.17d&wlw.

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