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JOHN H. 0BERLY"& CO., PROPRIETORS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1872.
THKMAlLfc;
Asatvi. tmrAiT
.Votlli, Through.. 2:00a.m. iop,m
Way ...... 2:20 pirn. W p.m.
n'oulli, Way 12.15 p.m. ;ip.m.
" Throuah N. O., Mem.
phla and Columbtt 3:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m,
Ohio lllver route, (eicept
Monday)....... . i0p.m, r.;fTp.m.
ron Mountain K. II 2:30a.m. 11:00 p.ji.
VI. River route, Tuesday
and Xrlilr - e.OOp.m. 7;00p.tn.
I hebes, (loose llti J A Hunt
Ft. III., Thursday k Fri
day ...; C:00p.m. 7:O0a.m,
Mayfleld, lllandville ami
Lovelace, Ky .... 11:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.
urncK noli.
iionirnt llelivery 7iMa.m.
vKnndsj Slow a.m.)
oney Order depaatmcnt sMl .m. C-.W)
islsler " " " " :')a.m. bwp.m.
ouey Order and Register department no
on Hunday.
OUU CHURCHES.
'RKSHYTKIIIAN-Ei;hlh.trcl.
'reaching, Kebt-jl'i at l a. m., and r. m.
I'raicr meeting, Wednesday at t r. m.
Sunday Hciiuol, 3 r. x. J. M. Lannlen, Huper-
intendent. lUv. C. II. Foots, l'alr.
MKTIIOWHT-Cor. r.ijMh and Walnut KIs.
''reaching, HabUth lu a. and 7 r. x.
l'rayermeelli,;, Wedneaday, 7i r. w.
Sunday School .3 r. M. h. W. Hlllwell, Htir-
intendent. Iter. H. L.Tuoaraus. I'sstor.
llltUftCIl OK Til K KIJIJKKM Kit (Episcopal)
lVnUiK prayeia, Habbath WA a. .
Kt eninit prayer 74l,r. u.
HaMm.Ui school, Da. m.
llcv. Mb. Oil, Rector.
tT. PATRICK'S CHUKCII-Jor. Ninth Hi. ami
Washington Avenue.
iMbtle Service. Sabbath aJ and 0 a. .
Vesper. S ", I.,
unday School, 2 r. m,
iervlee every liny, Dr..
liev. I'.J.O'IIallosa. I'rlest.
1JU.NO MLWdCHKlbTIAS AWOCIATiO.N-Reii.-
lilar iiitt'tlux IHOD'I Holiday each month at tt.e
Prayer room of tie Presbyterian Church
Weekly I'rayer meeting, Friday, Vi r. St., at
he I'rayer room of the I'resby terlan church.
C. Passu, 1're.ldent.
Al'ltlCAN MKTIIODIS1 fourteenth, lten
Walnut an t Cedar.
rferrlCe., Haduath, 11 A. H.
Sunday ts'hool, l4 r. .
c;jar. m.
sKWSIl r'HErNWIUillArTIST-Kitleenth Ht.
l'reaclnnt,7 r. a. Key. Wm.Jackton, l'a.lor.
between Walnut and Cetar.
fcemcet IkLUth, aud J r. m.
Iter. N. Iticaa.raator.
Mir.K.WII.l. I1AITIHTIIOMK SU3nly. IrU.N
AT MI II IX) l Corner walnut and Cedar 8t.
linilieliOfl, -:UftT
FIIKK WIM. UAITHT CHURCII-Cur-
ry' lUrrarVf..
erylcea.eJahUthll a, ., r. . nd ' r. .
Iter. W. Kkllkt, l'aator.
filtoTMIMlO.NAUT IIAI'IIST CHUItCII-Het-
weeniuth and lltli etreeta, nearCwlar.
1're.arhlnc r'alAath lo a. ,,and ?,' r. M.
l'ra)erleetlnB. WeilnedayeeninK.
i.Mtiik'iicol. lk r. a. John Van Oaxter and
Mt Mephem burintendent.
Hey, T J. Il M0r. I'a.to
HI CONI) llAlM"hTCIIUIt(:lI-l-ouite. nlh Hreet,
I e'.wern Cedar and Walfcuf, Key. Jacoli Brad
ley, F.lder ; the in.ly llaptlit Ihutch reonitd
i the Allat't.n. reryK.a, sun.lay u u'cioca
in., at 3 p.ta. aud at 7 p.m.
Jaioa Unutl, K.l.lff.
SECRKT OUDBKS
THE BULLETIN.
A11L1X0T0N HOUSE,
T. n. VAWi, proprietor, corner 7th street
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, III., I
prepared to accommodnto the public with
board by the day, week or month, at lowor
rates than any other firit-clas houo In
the city. Tho rooms are nil woll fur
nlnhed, light and airy, good sample rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
ngent. Tho houso Is located In tho cen
ter of tho business pari of tho city within
one squaro of tho post ofllcc. 4-9-tf
Mn. Anno Lang, on Eighth street be
tween "Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has Just received ft flno spring stock
of millinery goods, consisting of hat.bon
ncU, ribbons, notions, etc., etc., to which
she aks tho attention of tho ladies of
Cairo. Mrs. Lang will tako plensuro In
showing her goods to nil who will favor
her with a call. 3.9-1 m.
helmno at cost.
As I dcslro to chango my business, j
will sell all of my present flno stock oi
OltocKKIKx, Canned Fruit, Teas, Coffees,
.Spice, Confectionery, etc., etc, for the
next thirty days, AT COST. This is no
humbug. I mean what leny.
3.2"mld.3 .John Tannkii,
Cor. of Eleventh tt.nnd Wnghington uv
FOIt aALKOIl h
A gnud Jlrick House, four rooms o first
floor, Urge grounds (flvo full lots tho
Flora Garden), peii'di trees and grape
vines, good cisterns and out houses, for
rent or salo nt n bargain. Enqulro nt
Court Hotinu llukery, of John Ukks.
.'J7dml
TIIK LITTLE KKNTUCKIAX,
No. 03 Ohio levee, is the place wlicro
they keep the freshest fish and gnme, and
the finest wines, liquors and cigars, to bo
found in tho city. Dinner only twenty-
day and night, at all
E. Pa UK, 1'rQprlulor.
II vo cents
hours.
S-ltf.
0K!ll
J.
!o to 0. W. Henderson's for Ooocli
I. X. Ij. Ico Cream Freezers, ater
Cooletc, Hunicatio Lanterns and bnatii'
eled (Jrato Fronts. 3-31-dlm.
Advertisements.
TIIK MASOS.
Caiao Valtay, No. 13. titat1 Aemlly
. . a. . . II II. tl Aral anil lllinlll
il Uif fCTium Mww "
. . . . t - nk mnnlli.
ntjam.w " -
OaiaoOiUciu No.SI.-l egular ConttKMionat
a.onlc Hall. the. won.l Friday In each month.
S ca ms. .No. 7I.-?u!.ir Convocation
t Jla,uw Hall, oh the third vi nei.d. of eery
3C?u.. IW, No. 237 V. A A. M -KcKl Com.
inliniration. ai nwuam -
lourih Mnmla) a ol each month.
ItrlTa l-i-.t. No.M K. A. M.-IleguUr Cpm
,,.u"ationa it Jla.onlo llall-ar.t and third
I liurada) III eaail inuuu,
TIIK ODD-FKLL0W.
. i i, ...... I. ivI.IV.'1Iah.
H'm'WHuVuiUKTeyeryTh .
STATE OFFICERS.
STATE OFFICEIIS.
noyernor, Jahn M. Palmer;
I.leuunam-Ooyernor, John Dougherty I
Secretary ol State, Edaard Hummel;
Auditor of SUte, C. K. I.ippincoll ;
Hlate Trea.iirer, E. N. Bate. ;
Sujit. I'uhtlo lu.tructlon, Newtou Bateman.
fflS'nitESSMEN.
Jenatora-l-yman Trumbull and John A. Logon.
7. .-tail.., for the Slate at l.arxe J. li
r.eyerniKf.
Hepreneniatlye Thirteenth Di.tnct-John M
ieba.
MEMBERS GENEUAL ASSEMBLY.
H.naior.. lt iiiatrint T. A. E. llolcomh, ol
iinim nn.l s. It. flltwnn.af (iallatln.
Keprefenlatlye, ll I)l.trlcl-II. Wtttion Wchh
COUKTY OFFICEIIS.
CIBCUIT COUIIT.
TAX NOTIUK.
Tn Marv Jordan. John fiilbrailh and all otheri
concerned. 1 ou aru hereby notlnwi mat at i ea e
ol land and loan ami ciiy ioi uir wi nuinqueni
laie, county and ill.trict aehool taxea of the year
IMH MHII tfl.IM. 11.111 ML iiir CIIUI. IIIJU-T' 'IWI III
(iiirn, Aleiandercunly. IIIIooIk, on the 27th day
nt June, ihT'J, tne unnemKne-i puren.- i n.
Wnl iht-S W. nr. of .ectionflie til In loan.hin
fourleen Oil Miuthandin ra'iBe one aeM ol the
3.1 l. M.. .linatA.l in ..il l count, and atale.and
tnat the lime iciyen by l.v lor Hie renempnoq oi
aid premi.e. hIII expire on h'.'7lti day nl Jnnej
llTA anu llial Al Ilie .m eai ir im .ii- i,n
h-'il at III" Mine I Ie on Ilie. -.'n uay u- jiii -
I0. turn llfiler.ljrlieil aio IN-,". in. in," iuri:i''
of tao.finhK of lxilNo. IS In Illock Mi. .11, In tne
lir.t addillnn to inei-ny in uip, mi mio coumj
.l .tlc. and thai the lime liln n by law lor the
redemption of ld jireml.e. la.t described w ll
eiinre on the 2Sth f June, 1X72.
AI.r:.. II. IliVI., rnrcna.rr
.MASTKlt'S SJALK.
flat" of Illlnoln, Alexander county, e".
In ilio Alnnn.lcr couulv Circuit Court. Kiner-
aid I'. Itarta ya. Ilul.la lfawe, Thiilo-ia Ilawe.,
Frehn William Tbart, t-.me inarp ia jo.c
phlne Ttnrp. Bill ior Vartitlon, ic.
I'ublic notico i hereby ciyen that In purm
atn'M of a fiMrn rnnd.red in Ihu nlmce entitled
caiie in raid court, on lh- Hh day of Mareh, A.
II. I, John J. Iiarman, .iia-ier in numcij
lor ealii criut, will on Sultirdaj, theiStlidmof
A uril. A . II. IS72. at the hour nl three o'clock In
Ilie aflrinoon of .aid day, n'll at public yimliie
to the highest bidder, for ra.li, al I lie I rout itor
of tlm tiuit llou.e, in tho oily rf Cairo, in raid
county, the following decnbcd leiil eslale,
io-wit: I.ot nuintiered thirty-one (31) and thir-
l-twn(3.,.)ln block numbered taeuiy.iour ixi.i
in ii.m i.iti rif I'uirn. couiitv of Alex and.r and
Mato of lllinolH, together Hilti all and lingular the
lenemnt and hereditament" thereunto belong
ing. (A gooil anil auillc'leni ueeu oi cnnieyanua
will tM executed to the pii'cha.eron the day nl
ale. Hald lota oppralaed at IClsi each, ill not
l aold for lea than taro-thlrda of anprai.ed
value.)
l;""0' """Ju'll.Nti.IIABMAN.
3-2I(. Manerln Chanceiy.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGT0NA V.
Java Impkriai, Tr.A at Bristol & Slit-
well's. 3,4 If
Mahkiaok Guidk. Interesting work
numcrouH engravings, 224 pages. Price
r0 cents. Address Dr. Butt's Dispensary.
No. 12 North Eighth Mlrcot, St. Louis, Mo.
Seo Advertisement. tf.
. NEltVOUS DEBILITY,
Wills Has cloomr atlendanta. low anii
I la' dsjin aalnn, I volunlnry eanlaafon,
Ins or anirn, apertnatorrhcra, loaa oi
sower' ttUijr hrail, loaa or memory,
anil ttircnttnrd Imnrlpsirc nnl I.Mbo
rlllta,,iinda lovcrrlvn core in Hum.
phreyU llomropalhln Nitre He No
Tarcnly-elRlit. Compoied nl tr.o mo.t yalua.
b!e mild and potent Curative. Inoy alnse a
onde At th rout, ot the mitln, tone itn t o syi
tern, arre. I ttm ill. charge., nnd m,"rl tlgorand
uueriy. Ills and yitallty to ttieontiio man. Tney
hayei'iirH thoii.inda of c e. Price, f pei
rAck.gctol flyelMxea and a large ft ylal, which
la very Important lu oUtinate or old caaai, or f 1
ptralnglrb'ix. Bold by all dmUlsl., .)J aenl
by mail on tacelpt ol price AJJMii llu.Tvh.rey'
Hper.lrlc Homeopathic iledicl.ia S3., Wl llroad
way, V. V. ' P. jj.'lUil,
aniilB.!. nwawle Kt l. Cjir.i, IllinnU
WAUOXfl.
WAGON MANUFACTORY.
For Sale at WholcBalo or Ketail
COKNEIl i)'Jl)-STItf.KT AND OHIO LEVEL
Cairo, Illinois).
nnrtllf
j. p. fMMiu.r.
Cincinnati Advertisements.
jiit i:Ti:RPKistr.
Principal Office 101 "W. Fifth St., Cin. O
TIIK ONLY KEI.IA1II.E OIFT KNTKltl'IlIKK IN
TIIK COUNTRY 1
I .N
Sso,ooo.oo
V A L U A B L E G I V
TS
Tobedialriliutcd In
li.
ORDINANCE NO. 23,
AN OflDlNANCE
For the regulation of tho nolle force.
Be It ordained by tha f.'lt Council nfiha IMIr r,r
Cairo. ' - ' -;
bxryiox. I.Thai luiiinn fi.iw.n.A .r n..iin..A
Vo.1, ol tho rented ordinance, bo amended by
atrlkfog out the first aetcj line of asiil
section ami that portion of th eighth
Ineendlna with Hie word " atrtl,,' and
naertlng In lieu thereollhe folloainir. Tltt
Thsl tha cil ahall Iki ill.M.d Into nnif,.
illstrlcta, I ho first to conalat of all that portnm ol
in' vuy wiow anu aouinoi ina centro line oi
Foillteenth atreet. and the 2nd ol all that norilnn
oflht city aboroand north of thai line.
oic, z. iiiai one or tne ponce conatablea now
In office, or to be appointed In lieu nfone r.ow In
office, and to be dealgnatcd by the Mayor, ahall
ct u aergeant of police, and shall haye Imm
dlato charge, under tbe direction of tho chief of
police ami mayor, of the police constable nn du
ty at night, and Mini I alio patrol both police dl
trlcta during the night; and one other police con
stable now in office, or to be appointee In lieu of
one bow In office and 10 lie dealgnatcd by the
mayor, ahall act aa dav boliceman: 1'mmUit. th
ehiel of police ahall In.pect the police constable
on duly at nlgnt aa olten aa may bo necciaary
to aecure an efficient p'.lormance ol their duty
not Icay than ouce In each night for tan nights In
each week.
Abpmred, April 18 li. 1872.
JOHN M. I.ANSDKN, Mayor
AHcst i II. J. IIi.wi.xy, City Cleik,
ORDINANCE NO. 22.
AN OKfJlriANCK,
Orantlng the right of way through certain itreela
oi wiei'iiy tu me vairo anu bi. ixuia Hnuronj
Company.
Be It ordained by the City Council of thacilt
Cairo I
Hxcrio. I. That the r ifht of war a-roa neh
rvorlion.nf Kirat. Third anil Filtb .in.i. .. u.
aou'.hof Jeireraon ayenueand acron Washington
and Commercial avenue where thoae atenuet
are Interacted by Klr.tand Hecond alreeia and
oyer ami aiong jeneraon ayenue, between Heyenth
and Flrat atreeta, and oyer and along Firat atreet,
Uerond street and I.-iyee atreet toutli of the pa.
scnger depot grounda of the Illinoii C-ntr.l rail
roaji, te and tho aaino i hereby granted to the
Cairo nnd Ht. Iviula lUilroad Oimpany and said
ranrnaa company man nnTo ino rigm miay uown
and operate a singe double line ol rail oyer and
along .aid atreeta the and ayenue In order to glv
aald company acceij to the Ohio rltcr; 1'ivviiM,
however, that said right ahallbe nnd are granted
upon the cnndltirn that eay approaches shall be
constructed by said railroad company oyer any
embankment they may build on any ofilad f treeta
orayeuiie at every cross street intersceted by
sain embankment ; litattne tr.-v'K anl rail ol
satd mad ahall bn ao nrritnged and protected by
Aid company by plank, stone orother solid ma
terial a tn aftnrd a safe, and a.y pnssaie for
team and vehicle over them ; and that auch re
gulation may be imposed by the city council of
said city upon raid railroad company And other
a to the use of aald track a will restrict the
speed of cars thereon to a safe and rtn nable
rate: w III prevent the sloraire of earn nnon said
tracks and will generally protect the public In tho
saie nnu convenient use oi aaiu avenues aim
atreet.
Aproted, April ICIh.A. D. U7i'.
JullN M. LANanKN, Major.
Attests M.J. Hiiwttr, City Clerk.
Railroad Advertisemcnta.
Sl'lUNbFIELU AND ILLINOIS
SOUTH EASTERN It. H.
On an I alter Monday, April 21th. Is7l, trains
run astollows:
NOBrilEUN DIVISION.
li',iUt-. J. Hiker, of Alexander
i'roSi'Cilti
M:isnc
'CiitiiiB' Attorney1. MiCnrlney, ol
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
100 Mllea Ilie Rhorlcat Route
TO CHICAGO.
Kixlily mile IlieShorlcat Ronlr
TO ST. LOUIS.
NO CHANGE OF CABS
KKOM CA1U0 TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CABS
ITtli Stmi-Annusl
GIFT ENTERPRISE
To he dratl Monday. Abtil 2vth, 1172.
Two GhiND Cai'Itals or
S-r,000 IN GllEKNBACKS !
linn lrlt Its Nllsrrri
Two Frizes $1,000 f
Fivo Friz-s S.'.OO GllEENBACKS.
Ten Frizes SI 00 & I
One llor.o and Huggy with 8ilrer-)loiinted Har
ness, wnrin jw eacn,
tne lir.e.trned llosewood Piano, worth fifo.
1c 11 finnlv realm: invhines, worth SH
ach Hie nesvy cased gold limiting watches
nd lica'y gold chain orth each. Kive
old American liiinilog watelie. worth lli'i cacti,
fen l.dles L'ol.l bunting watches worth one hun-
Ired dollar each. Klg :t hnndred gold aod
ilvrr letcr hiintlmr watches (in all) worth
frum ti tu s:u. Ijulles Buld leontitie chain.
gent's gold ve.t chains, soli I nnd doubto platen
liter taiiln anil te.-iiponua, pnomgrapn niuums,
caelry. cic . rt.
Whole nii!iier glfi". C,l0. Ticketa limited t
Oi.teo.
Asentk wantcil to sell Ticketa to whoia pberal
iremlums will be paid.
wcflo tickets II ; ix ticketa twelve ticke',
9iu; iwcniv-uia l.r.
rircntsr Cfiniamint- a full list of tirlxe. n de-
serlillonof tho nianti.l of drawing, and other In
fcrinaiion in reference to tho distribution, wllb
sent many one ordering them. All letter must
I., aiblrrs.e.1 to I.. U. Hl.NK. llox 80.
rrirr.. uinc'nnati, u
im Ue.t Mh at. nor;paiv
$300000 1
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY,
Lkualizkii iiy Statk Authority and
DitAW.v in Fuiilic in St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme
.10,000 Nl'MHKRH.
CLAeS 1), TO 11K DltAWN Al'BIL30, 1872.
3.HS0 rriaca, Atuouitllnff 10300,000
,vsi Pritca ol
Circuit Clerk-Jno. Q. Ilarman.
Sherifl-A. II. Irvln.
Wm. Martin, Assessor anc1 Tieaatirtr.
COUNTY COUHT.
Judge F.llrosa.
Aoc,aleH-J..t:. McCrltend 8. Marchlldon.
Clerkv-Jacob G. I.vnjh.
Coroner John II. Oossman.
MUNICIPAL GOVKBNMENT
M.iyor John H. I.snsden.
fre asitrcr J. U. Taylor.
Comptroller E. A. liurnetl
Clirk Michael Kowley.
'11 r.lial Andrew Cain.
Ath rncv V. II. Pone.
I'oll.-e Mauistratcs-K. Dross and U. BID
'ty.
Chief ol Police 1 II, Myers,
KKLKUT COUNCIL.
Major John M. Lanadcn,
I'lrst Wnrd-P. O.Hshuh.
Becond Vfard U. It. Vvoo'iinnra. .
I'hlrd 'M-Jno. V00d.
r'ourjh Vyard-8. StanU 'l'aylor.
Oityat-Lnrge W. P. llalltday nod D. Huid,'
HOARD Oir ALDKRVI VH,
WSr WAHU Jumes Brarden
A. II. 8nir:d,
laoao Wulder.
E COtJDVy-AUU-JI. ILlCunningham,
B. Under,
JolinO. Btancll,
James Bwaync.
THIRD WAKDWm. titration,
John B. rhVllH
, 11RTII Y.ni-Johq It. Robinson
" O.n.Beaae, '
r Mftcalf. .
Cincinnati,
iiei'cn,
Iliitlslo,
liaiiimorc,
MPunukeo,
l.a crei
Deoiitur,
Peoria,
liiiinngion,
Men. loin.
tialcnu,
FIIOM CAIltO TO
Indianapolis, Toledo,
Cleveland, Nlagain I' alls,
I'lltsburgh, Waalmulon,
Plilhdelphla, Nov York,
Huston, and ull paints h.ist.
.l.nesville. Mtdiann.
Ht. Paul, and all points Kotth
lliia ia also the only direct roulo to
Illoomlnglon, Bnrlngfleld,
(Miner, Keokuk,
Knck Island, Ln Bitlle,
liixon, Prceport,
Ilntiiiiiiie. BiruxCltV.
Umalm and n!l point uorllivifsl
Elecuiit Drawiim-Booni Slcculns Cnn
0 . ...
ON Alii. NIGHT TRAINS,
lluggago Checked lo alllinpnrtiuit Poiuls.
For llcltela and Information, apply al I. C. It I!
niinl , flnlrnlnn luiard tho Transit BIlMltlU'l
between Columbus and Cairo, and at tha principal
It. K. Ticket umce tnroiignoui inti bouiii.
W. r. jniiriBUN, ncn'1 rass. a r.unicago.
A, MITCH EM., (lcn'1. Hup't, Chicago.
J, Jobaaou, Aajent. ( nlro.
V. M. ivlen
Tauias ooiao sorrntiiT.
Mail.
Leave Virginia C:4ta.m ..
' bpringfleld....... 9:20 "
" Taylorvllle Hhi2 '
Arrive at l'ana 11:4a m. .........
Taatasooiao aoaiHwxar.
Express
Leave I'asa.... ...... ,.4:W,m ...
" Tnvlorville .4:4 "
Arrive atBprlngfield.C;15
Leave Spsingfield 0:O5
Kiprt.j
i. jo p.m,
. 4:M "
.. 4:17 "
Mall
...J:3it).m
...4:20 "
...WJ "
...C:10
Arrlvcat Virginia " .. 8:15 '
SOUTJIElt.N DIVIMIO.V.
TXilSS OOIKO fDCTHIlST.
I.eAve Eilgewood 4.30 ,m . lo;10a,m
" Klora-. 8:VS 11:40
Arrive at Bhawneelown3.tp m 6:15 p.m
raam ouian aoaviiwcsT.
Leave Hhavnrelown. -AM.1, a.m ... :2"p.rr
" Klora. 2:M " 7:U0 "
Arrive at Kdgewood t;10 ... 8:20"
The !:' a.m. train from Kilgewood, runs only
Mondays, W.dneadaya and Fridays, and f.;Ua.m.
train from Bhawneetowa on Tuesdays, Tliurs.
dsya anl Saturday.
Connects at Ashland with Jacksonville division
ol Chicago and Alton ltsllroad. for Jacksonville,
Petersburg, Mason City, and all uoints west.
Al Bpringfleld, with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and Western Railroad, Inr
llloomlngton, Chicago, nnd all point, nortli.north
west andMest.
At Tana with Ind. and St. Louis, and Illinois
Central Railroad for all points eatt, south und
southeast.
At Edsewood with Chlcaeo Division Illinois
Central Kauroau.
Legal Advertisements.
OHD1WARCEN, KTV,
NOTICE.
Cais.i, Ilia., April 13, 1872.
Healed hroroials will le received al the Ciiy
Clerk's ofllce. addressed to tho committee on
drainage, until Saturday, the SOth Inst., at Hi
o'clock a m. lor rurnlahlntt i!W cubic yard of
stnneol all sites, deposited under the outlet or
the sewer nine In the Ohio levee, at the loot ol
Tenth street. The work to bn done aa
aoon a practicable. The committee reaerve tho
rigni io reject any or an nw
ny oruer 01 tno unnmum on urainagr.
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Our Homo Advertisors.
HTNfjnANCE.
'. II. Monnia
Notary Public,
II. It. CANtiKK
No. Pub. and II. 8. Com.
NOTICE.
Oirice of Committee on Street, 1
Cairo, Ills., April 4, lM7i.f
Pealed btono1 will be received at the City
Clerk's oltce, addressed to the committee i n
street, until Saturday, the 13th lnt., for building
an aporoaeli acrn the croas levee where it la In
tersected by the extension of Sycamore. atreet.
This work will renulre the moving o( about 1,000
cubic yarda of e irtiitnd the material can be obtain
ed in a convenient location near at hand, ontslda
of eaid levee. Similar proiosal will also be re
ceived In tho same way lor widening tho road
tnrown upon war.ingion avenue, exienucu im
mediately south of the urns levee, and firing
the nnDroach to Iheltvceon sameavenue, Imme
diately north of aald levee. Tblawork will re
quire the removal ol about lw cubic yard ol
earth, which can be procured in a convenient lo
cation nutalde of tho levee.
Proposal will alio be received tn widen the
road now thtown up on Washington avenue be
tween rHli and .12nd street. This work will re
quiin the removal of about 27) cubic yard ol
earth, which will have to bo brought from'outiido
of Inn leveea.
II r order of coinm tlco on street, the 1 xht be
ing rcstrrcd to reject any or all bids.
t-'HII.
FIUE, II ULL, CARGO, LIVE STOOK
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
iasratTBAircEi
ORDINANCE NO. 21.
AN Oltlll.NANCf.
For the protection ol the United Hlates Water
ituags.
He It ordained bvtha Cllv Council of thn Citvof
Cairo :
EEC I, Thai it ahall not lie lawful for anv nnt.
on, not legally authoriMd thereunto to remove
the water guage placed and established on the
slope of tha Ohio Levee near the Ireight depot
buildings of ttit Illinois Central lla.li Una.! Co.".
tuny, by the orrtcer of the government of the
United -tatea, or any poition theruoi, or to des
troy, iniure or tntiair. or in any manner to inter.
fere with, said water guage or any p rt or portion
of tho same, and every person violatlagtany of tha
provisions of thl nrcinancc, or removing, de.
troying, injuring, Impairing, or In any manner
Interfering with tho sain writer guage or any m r
tlon thereoi, shall foifeit nnd pay to said Ciiy of
Cairo a sum not 1 than tlvo dollars nor morn
than fifty dollar tor eacn and every ollense.
Approveu, Arm run. if,.'.
JtlilNM . LANHDES, Major.
Allot: M. J. Hownv, city Clerk.
ORDINANCE NO. 2(1.
A.N OHDI.NANCE
To provide for the exter.iion anl Improvement
of bvcamure streetnnd Washington avenue.
lie it ordained by the City Council cf the city
ol Cairo:
ai-crioi l, lhat Washington Aenuo bo exten
ded In a straliht line on Us present course nnd
withlupie.ent wlotn, from Tliirty-foiuth street
toils Intersection with the cross rovl leudlng
over the emliankmeut of tho Cairo and Ml. I.oui.
ltall Koail Comiauy, near the northerly limits of
the city, nnd that bycatnore street lie extended,
on itsptesent course, and with n width of so feet
liom Thirty-fourth street In it point of crossing
the present cros levee, and Irom that point in a
straight Hue, wltha width of one hundred feet tn
t intersection with the cortherly limit of tho
city.
Bto. 5. That Bycatnore street extended n
above provided for. ba levelled from its Inters, c
Hon with Washington atenue to Its intersection
with thecounty road, such levelllug to l-r done,
eo far a cutting down the delations will furnish
earth to do It, ami that n proper coxing be con
structed over the prestnt cross letco upon the
line of said -jcnmore street.
Hrc. a. That the preaent filling on Wn.hlng.
loo avenue between Tiitity-nrst and Ihlity
third street lie widened three feet on each side
lo it present r.clght, and the UNng. Immediately
r uth of the present cross leveo lie widened n
far us to make tho lull width sixteen feet, nnd
that the approach to tho levee on tin- outide of
Ihocrois levee, on the llneof Wanliiiigton avenue
ext.rded, be mi tilled upas to make tl.o slopo of
said approach not lo exceed one foot perpecidk'ii .
lar to twelve feet horltontnl.
4. That proper culvert lie put In where
ever In the opinion oftneStteet Committee they
are rt-iiilrcd, and that all ihn work piovideil for
in I his ordinauce shall be dune under the directum
of said btreet ComtnltUc.
Approved. April r.'ih, 1872.
' limv r ivjnrv
.'Ill.l .'1. l.l'l..l, JIUIUI.
Attest: M. J. llouitv. City Clerk.
Assets .
Asset...
Assets..
Assets.
Asset....
ATNA, HARTFORD,
NORTH AMERICA, l'A.,
HARTFOF.D, CONN.,
P II (EN IX, HARTFORD,
..U,Mi),MI 07
..2,78.1,000 OU
..2,M 1,210 7
..1,711,118 8C
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
Assets
riTTXAJf, HARTFORD,
1,338 17
..70,M7 01
St. Louis' Advertisements.
Mccormick at i.tit, ams.
DOTY'S
REVOLVING 110 AD 8CRAK.
MAKES ONE DOLLAR. PLR DAY CfKAR
profit on each acraoer (over anv other aeranar
now In use) to tha contractors using them. Fira
thousand now in us prove it merits.
Auurcs,
DOTY. WATSON A 00.,
.1-27(1 Im. 102 tf. Main nt., St. Louis, Mo.
AGENTS WANTED
For an entirely new and faclrstlng work ol nan.
sual Interest,
THE HOME OF GOD'S PEOPLE
The grandest snd most nsnnlar book ant. now
selling raster than any other tkree booki eom-
neariy 900 ftupetb Enuratlna-a
in i'J day. Tne oest
On
lilned
! L. i . . I
nmn. ..iiik nrnr. m in .1...
cnance to maka mnn. .... ir .
AKIIuJL-!1 " 'y Township. rVnd In" our
clrcularx with trma iinutr.i,),(U,crln on,
endorsemenls, e!c. V. A. HUTCH NbO.N A CO.
f Notlh Sixth atreet, Bt.Louh., Mo.
ayaTAlso nilbll.lier ol the Ntw UtcsyatD
Potrotor F amilt HisLr, which uttrrly surpasses
all otner editions. (221 magnificent engravings.)
3-l.dtwlOm
JOHN II. CANNON & CO.,
Successors to K, 0. TllTTLE A Co.,
Dealer tn
Wholeval e
Assets.,
Assets .
CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND,
rtOMK, COLUMDUS,
...515,073 83
....518.27 is
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets &oo,000 0)
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Assets J0,. 1,000 Ub
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
MILLINERY GOODS,
802 X. Fotirlli Rlreel,
Assets.
..1,100,000 ot
RAILWAY I'ABSENOERB ASSURANCE
CO., HARTFORD,
Assets . SOO.CUi
Asiela,.
INDEPENDENT, BOSTON,
C.10,811
ORDINANCE NO. 111.
AN ORDINANCE
To aulhorire the issuance of IjOiuI to lakn up
nnri nnv on oonus oi ine cuv ui ia ro. now o no
and to become due (lurlnir the year A. I). H7'J.
lie It orilnlne.1 by the ciiy council of the city of
uairo i
Hie. 1. Tho maVor of tho city ot Cairo. Ia
her.br authorized and directed lo cause to be
rntral Railroad. - prepared tnirty-slx (30) rive hundred (SU0 ilol-
At Flora, with Ohio and Mississippi Railroad. J Ur londa ol tho city of Cairo, payable In ten
AlBhawneetoan, with steamboats for Clncio
nati, Paducah, Cairo and St. Louis.
ORI.AND SMITH, Gen'ISup'l.
Joiix Kooatrr, (len'l Kr'at and Ticket Ak'i.
yeara from the dato thereof, nnd to bear such per
ante
S AFFORD, MORRIS &. CANDEE,
71 Oblo lvce,
City .National Rank, CAIRO. ILL.
F. BHOSS,
FIHE AKD MARINE
Inatiranrc Asrur.
TRIUMPH, CINCINNATI,
Ait - ismyK
NEW ENOLA.VD MUTUAL, LIFE,
Assets, orcr - .,ti,n00
ANCIIORD FIRE AND MARINE
Of St. Loui.
Bolicit all kinds ot risks.
r. nnosM,
ocl27tf Agent, Cairo, IlllnoU.
Cor. St. Charlcx,
Hpeclal attentlongiven
lion gurranteed.
ST. LOUIS.
orJers, tonnd satlsfac.
2 14,d2m
BROADWAY FOUNDRY.
COLLINS & HOLLIDAY
313 CAUR HT., NT. I.OVIM.
MAM'rACTt'Siis or STATiovAav and MaTAsir.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS
MULAV AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Saw and Crist Mill Machinery, Rolling Mill and
lllsst Kttrnnce Castings, Wrought Shafting and
llnu.e Work, Parker's and Johnston's
Water Wheels, Tobacco and Lnrd
Press Here, Lard Ketllea, Iron
and Itrass Castings of every ilescrtptloii ;
nlo, Ctuaitx Milta and Bmcltlng Furnaces ot mo',
nnproved rtescriptlon.
Have purchased allthe Wheel and Pulley Pat.
tern of Oaty, McCunct Co, 3 27dlm.
EIRE AND MARINE
Our Homo Advertisers.
(EXEHAI. AUEXTM.
ILA.LLIDAY BROTHERS,
1 Pure of I.yi.roo
I " of 13.4S0
i " or ii,' t'
1 " of. 7,500 n
I " of 4.U11
4 " of. a.sts) J
so i' of. l.uuo an
Of Ml 1MI
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GENERAL AGENTS
JJ40 M.sl
Tickets, $10; Half Tickets, $5, IJuai;
TEll TICKETS, J 00.
rw"imr loiipriPH are cnaricrcii uv i c oii.n'.
are alanya drawn nt the tlmn named, and all
rawing are under the supervision of auurn
commissioners.
lI7"The otnelai iirawtng win do punnsnru iu
I ho Bt. Lotil paperJ mid a copy sent to purchaser
e, a.Wo will draw a similar scheme the last day
ol every monih during the year 1&72.
nA.itemi( ai our risa uy iu.iuiiicciuunr. ...... .,
remsiered letter, drait or expre. Bend for cir
cular. AHitress, jiui.HAi , .'in. i.r.u . -.',
P. O. boxSIIO. at. I.ouis, mo.
4-10dswvl
1'
FORWARDING anu COMMISSION
Our Homo Advertisers.
SIK IK! II A N TS.
C1IAS. SdlOrSMIVtB.
WILLIAM BCIIICK
cent. Interenl per annum. pay.
semi-annually, a tno bond for which
Ihey are bi bo exchanged now
bear; and, when to prepared, the said mayor nad
the c:'y clerk and city comptroller ol sal J city,
nre hereby authorised and inatruoted to lgn the
same anu auix uie seal oi samciiy iiiercio.
Btc. 'i. wncn aiu uonn nnvo oeen prepareu
and executed, a hereinbefore provided for. the
xinie shall be exchanged, under the direction of
thn finance committee of the city council and the
ald mayor, tor tno oonu oi me cur wiucn are
now due and which will became due during thl
year, A. V. 1872, the exchange to ! according to
the face or par value of the bonds given in ex
change, no discount ot or deduction Irom the aame
to I made or allow ed In any case : and the bonda
receked by the said committee and mayor In ex
change shall be taken chargo of by said commit
tee, and tiy tnem uestroyeu si tneir nrst meet
ing for the destruction of other evidences of
city indebtedness, the said committee reporting
to tne city council ine uicioi iu uesiruciion oi
aid bonds, giving in their report a full and com
plete description ot eacn anu every uonu so ilea.
roveu.
Hie 3. The said committee and mayor ahall
elve to the city comptroller and city ireasuter, a
list of the name of tho peticns to whom said
bond, or any of them, shall lie given in exchange,
togethor with the numbers and amount of the
bonds so exchanged ; and should nid committee
and mayor be unable, within a reasonable time
to etlcct an exenango m an or saia ikjuus iur
said nonds now due and to become due as afore
said, they shall report to tho city council tho
amount on hand which they hate been unable to
exchange, and shall hold them subject to the or
der ot said city council.
.-n.nvl ln.il Will. 1ST'.
n JOHN M. LAN3DE.N, Slayor,
Attest: M j. iiowixr, uuywieiB.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Wiiiaxis, on the 2Mh day of August, A. D.
1670, Ihoma 11. Kills and Una Kills,
his wile, and Henry H. Kills, and Ottilivi,
(sinned Ottie Kill) hi wife, executed and
acknowledged, nid doliYorcd to Mike Mc-
Cailley ncertain rouniage conveying in aaiu kiiho
McCauloy I'.eitatn real estate situate in the city oi
Cairo, county of Alexander, Btate of Illinois, to
wn I Lot No, 7 in block ho, 15, and lots No, 17,
IS. 11'. UC. ul. ut 111 uui.s iu. li, anu llio unui'
. .. . 1 . . I 1 . , . A X7A
vlded two-thirds Interest in
, in block
OIIAS. SCIIOENMEYER Xj CO
y-vn T TTC3 TV T?T A1TTI . scribed, bom ot even iiuio wiiu sa u moi mage
. I'VTTT? 'TTfPTTTJ TinnArQ DlliALLlS liN iLUUtt one note for J 873. payable two months ator Hate
1' U KiMl UlVXli IIUUjMo, ' and tho other r.otc for S7S.paysblo four moutlii
No. A, all in tho city ol Cairo, Also lots num.
iuml 21 nnd u In bl'K'k No. VI In the lit ndditlon
to theclty nruairo; tosecuro ine paymemoi iwo
f.nriflm nrmnlMHorv notes in said moituaue di
SCriueil, UOlII ill I'lVU ,iiw mill ., mv,iKK'
GROCER anp CONFECTIOIN
And Doutor Foroiga Fruits ami Nult
No. 134 Commorcial-avo.,
Oairo, Jllinoih,
Ul'llOLSTEHING
Mattress Manufacturing
k'uirulture Htinlrlitg,
VICTUltE VKAMING.
All orders promptly attended lo,
NOUTHWKhT CORNER OF WAB1IIN0T0.N AV
ENUE AND TENTH bT.,
CAIRO, ILL.
r. 6. Prawer 1203. , JanOtf.
AGUNT3 WANTKIl. Male and Female, llusl-
h... n1u.n,it. and tuivs tietter tl'an any filler-
inrise in the tlcld. Agcpts make six anil eight
dollars per day, Bend stamp tor sample ami par
ticulars, rtuurrss.
3-28 Cw, ittl WnshlnKlouHti. Ilostoa,Masi
And Agents of
Ohio Hlver nutl Ustuawltw
1 . . . jn .i i nt
olier date, which note, haie nnt been paid, nor
lias cutler 01 tnctii orauy I'.ui uicreoi ik'bii paiu.
And wlicreaj, it is supuiaieu in aaiu mortgage,
ih.t ir ileratilt Ui mail ii In the payment n( sal I
n..Ld. nimve mcniioncii. or anv nan i uereoi.
according to tho tenor and eflect thereof, the
aid parly ot llio cconu pri, niiernaviny mini-
Used sttoli sale for thirty days in n
newspaper published in no ciiy pi
i.air", iiiiuuis, n .ij i
premises or any part tr.ireoi, anu rii ngnis m
r oi irucii.,..iu.. ... VI,-;";; ,-
SALT
I I '( It '
COMPAKriBa.
70 Ohio Lf.vek,
r- JO.I.'-l
Oairo, Illinois.
tlrt part, at publla vendue t the lilnhest bidder
for cash at tho lime appointed III such adieitine.
. , ..V 1.... .nili milA am ItiA ill tnr.
incnii nun ui"'M ,iii.i,iih r.. v.. ..
.... ..r .i,tarii..ni ill ii rirst part, or in tho namo
ol the ld parly ot the second part, shall executo
and deliver In th purchaser deeds for the con
veysnco in fcoof the premises sold i And whereas
. 1 .11 ..nn..u.n.u n.t.l llUV.l 1 1 ,1 1 . T. . 1...
(Ull SSIII lltlll..l ,..." MW., MU.
,.ul, or nr anv imrt lliercof been raid i
Krni . tlierefere. 1 the said Mike McCnulev. nartv
nf the second part named In satil moitiinirs. In
pursuance of the provisions thereof, do hereby
give notice that en Uatutdny, May Utli, A, I), 172,
between the hours of tcu o'clook a.m, and one
n'chiol; p. in. ol that day. nt the tront door of llio
Court lluiise, in tho city of Cairo, Alexander
.. ., ........ .1 ii 1 1 i. i ...hi , . .
vwhuiii n.H.u u iiuiiui., . sni uui r llio luia Ol
ground herein atiovo deactibed, and carh of
mom ior sae ill puiiiic vciiiuie 10 ine tiignesi diu
dor for cash, to satislv said notes, und will exc
cute deeds to purchasers, conveying a title in feo
to tho premises sold, aa provided in said moil
Kate.
M1KK McOA"LEY, Mortgagee.
Green A Ollbert, Attorneys for Mortgsgee.
VlWaOd Cuiro, AftilO, IK72.
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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
aalaaBaBaBaalBaBVBaBaBWHMHHHVV
their reputation of selling
good goods at low prices,
and are now opening a
splendid new Spring Stock.
All orders by mail promptly
attended to.
Watches anil Jewelry carefully re
paired by first-class workmen, and
ull kinds or Jewelry ami .Silverware
made to order.
4-dtw3m
REAL. EST AT K AQKNCY.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
C'OMPAMK
NIAOARA, n. t.,
Assets l,i3C,216 ?
OKRMANIA. N. Y.,
Assets 1,0CS,721 71
HANOVER, N. Y.
Assets 720,802 00
REPUBL'.C, N. Y.,
Asset .711,025 00
Comprising the Underwriters' Agency.
YONKEKH, N. X., ,
Assets 873, ICt (1
ALBANY CITY,
Assets J. t.Vl.lM 25
FIREMEN'S FUND, 8. Y.,
Assets, G78,sOO flfl
SECURITY. N. Y. MARINE.
Asset 1,432,819 M
STORES, Dwelling, Furniture, Hulls and Car
goes, Insured at rates us fuvoiable as sound,
permanent security will warrant.
I respectfully ask oi the cltliens of Cairo, a
share ol their patronage.
REAL ESTATE AGENT
AUCTION EKS,
71 (SECOND FLOOR) OHIO LEYEB
CAIRO, ILLS.,
Buv and Sell Heai. Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OP TITLE
ft I prerara C( Mveyances of Kinds.
WINES AND MUCOUS.
BUTGUeltH.
JAMES KYNASTON,
slitlt'lior ncd Dealer la all Mlast F reals
acai,
Coa.MK .VlMTILMH AM. forLAK STBtrr,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
QUYS and slaiiRhlers only the yery best cattle,
JD ho ua aod sheep, and ia prepared to fill any
dei'iani! for fresh meats from one pound to ten
thousand pounds. derioti
JAKE WALTER,
BTJTCH B IS
AKI DSAIEB IN
FRESH MEAT,
EiaiiTii Street, JJktween Wabhinuton
and Commercial avenue,
Atliolulua; HltlealsaHae Usumjr's.
Keep the best of Beer, Tork, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb, Bauaage, etc., and ara prepared toaerr
uttisena In tha most acceptable tsanner.
Y. M. STOOKFLETU,
tcccxssoa to route a srocanrTii
Krrlller itnU Wliolesusle Dealer In
t'orelipa nail Dosuealle
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. G2 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
ME keep, on hand constantly a full stock o
Old Kentucky Hourbon, Rye and alononaa
i Whiskies, French Brandies, Holland oln
Rhine nnd California Wines an3otl
WM. II. SOHUTTER,
luipurler aud Wholeaale Dealer Iss
WINES, LIQUORS,
AMD
TOBACCO e OICr-AKS.
Agent for the J$ o(
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,-
A
75 Ohio Levee, ,v ,
CA1R8, ILIJatOat.

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