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u . OPFICB, BTOLETI3ST BtTILDING, COB. 12TH STEEET AND WABHIKOTOu'IvENTTB.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO., PROPRIETORS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1873.
UUNLN'tSIIAM'H DRY GOODS.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON?.
rMMEiVSE BXCITEMI5NT !
POLITICAL.
I.MtKIJAI, .MASH CONVENTION.
PICNIC.
THE LATEST ARRIVAL OF DRV GOODS.
OKttMAN LUTHERAN SCHOOL PICNIC 10
Jir. HELD I.V TIIK FLORA IIUIDEN,
WEDNESDAY, JIAV 1ST, 1872.
-- " , Speeches- nntl a concert will lie among
Liberal RentibliciirH ami Democrats of .l'ie ottrncllons. Ico cream, lemonade,
(i,,. , i. n i . .1 , , cofl'eo and other rcfrcilimcnts will Le
tli hftjlitecnlli ConcreM ona il tr et of , . i ,
s furnished In abundance. The garden will
the .Stale-of Illinoi'. nro hereby requested j be renovated oxprcasly lor this occialon,
' to usseml.lu in miiM invention at the ' aml 1,10 ,nnnnB wi" C5tcrt thornielvei
io niriKO tins nrsi jiny picnic uio most
Local Advertisements.
ORDlWAffCKN, KT',
i!UL-"C Adver'tisorg- St. Louis Advertisements.
SHUUAML'E,
Grand Opening at Cunningham's
Athencuin, in Cairo, on April Wtl., at 2 pPn.an. nntt enjoyable one of the season,
o'oloek, p.m., lor the purposo of organic- ! Tlio public are respectfully Invited to
Intf ..-M,lnlt tl, pM.K, , 1 "tlcnd and cnir Uiomwlvoi and thereby
1 ' ' contribute to n cood cause. Ticket 2"i cl.
.Mr. K. II. Ciimniiglmin li. tntwly receive! (and i daily mldlni; to It) one of the
l.argcU. I-iriei Mii.l in..tvnri('( Moc-k of Dry Hoods ove'r brouuhl to tills nmrhjt.
r.Very Hooror hU Commodious Kint.llhmcnt Is literati v packed with ood, On the
lower or firt floor nmy be loimd '
mi ess coons, hosiery, gloves, emiiuoidkiiy a.nd fancy notions.
Of every description, all of which will be shown to caller by the mini polite and at
tentiTftnlcMiiMi. Among the" -
DRESS GOODS
wim. hi: roi'M.
i.ltF.X A1MNKS,
.I A PAN KSK SILKS,
CHINF.SK (5 It ASS CLOl'lLS
ISl.AOK ALPACAS,
IIKAVKK IIUAND I'l'ltK MOHAIR,
tt'ASll POPLIN'S.
ROAN I) IKS.
VICTORIA.
HISIIOI AS1) LINKS' LAWNS,
PKRCALKS AND PIO.CKS,
LINEN GOODS, CALICOES & DOLLY VARDEN PRINTS.
Of every variety. The flock of Indies
WHITE GOODS, SILKS AND SATINS,
Is full, complotnatid fasliiotinbV. Atnoii); tho lock of FANCY (SOODS an- olc
(jaiit Thread and (iiiipure Lnee., Collar, ami CulN, Kibbotis, Ladles' Necktie, Dollv
arden How and Olovet.
JOSEPH'S FAR-FAMED KID GLOVES
will be ol 1 at .?! per pai', H'ormiM Cunningham eihiblU a full linn of
FIFE HOSIERY
Of .-very description. Fifty dozen pair of the linlbrapgln Silk Kmbroidered, will
In retailed at from cents to II 'J.. per pair. The.e how are tmjjrtd, are of Irith
inariulncture, and art: now counted the be.t and handomet in the market. The stock of
WHITE &c COLOBED TABLE LI2STE2ST.
SHEETINUS, TOWELIN... ETC., ETC.,
Is undoubtedly liner than has ever been brought to this market, and will be found
to contain varieties suited to everv tnte and everv pocket Thojo beautiful
OTTOMAN SHAWLS AMI SCARFS ar Mnx sold hi astonishing low tltire-, and
the stock of .Mulin and Piece f foods, which include ltrimdclnth, Cairinr.-, jke.,
li Ure and well Mimed. (Jeritlemen i-an l; furnlhnl with all ortof l.'ndor.wear,
While ShirU, Arc, of the very lt make. Th'
CARPET DEFJLRTZlEZSTT,
Which occupies the ond lloor. contain undiibtcdh tin, iul elccant variety
iivt f ihiliilol In till city. Uniel, TapcUry, 'I'lirvo "and Tnro-PJv .Mattlne,
Cloth, .StHir Carpet, I!ug, A:? On thU tl'r alo, is a Imnd'ouie fino of
tralton, ami tho appointing of ten (10) del
ei.tej to attend the National Liberal Con
vention to be held at Cincinnati, Ohio,
.May 11, 1H72. y order ot the
Statk F.vki i'tivi: Com.
I.. 11. Uyh.vk, Sec'y.
MIJKRAL .MASS MEETING
And
CONVKNTION.
F. AVlNTKl:liKi:r.,
l'.Cfiri.,
II. C. TlUKI.KCKK.
Committee of arrangement"
I-I7dtd.
GOLDSTINE & KOSEXWATKH.
OllDINANCE NO.
AN OKDINANCfi' I
To nulliorie the itinco of bonelf lo Ink op
an'lnyotl doa-Northn city of Cairo, now due
ami tu become iluo illirli)(j llir jrenr A. I). Il'l.
He it ordilaeil the cily ronacil of the city nf
(.'nlro . I
Mk. I. Thi inator of I he cilv ot C.ilro. I'
horfiir autii'iriJf'l ami rllrelnl lo fuo to I
prepared imrty.ls l.'J; tii Imiidrpit (HX) dol
lar Umils ot the city of Cairo, iyable In ten
yir from the dlc thereof, and to tear such tier
rent. nterel per nniim, pynle
iiii.9nmi.tlly, at the U,nd for which
they are In be exchaniied now
beri nI, when tn prepare.!, the mid mayor ami
theory clerk and city comptroller ot paid city,
are hereby Rtithorlzecl and Inatrueteil to .Inn the
imeanuHiin oieicum tHiijcny inerriv.
i. When nal.t tondt hate been prepareil
! and cxeented, herelneror proviaed for, the
nine -hall le exchanged, under the direction nf
I the fiDiinuc committee or llmelty council ami the
ral.l mayor, for the bond of the citr which are
' now illlc ftotl which Hltl become dtle rlurinc till
t year, A. l. 1 "72, the exchange, to be acconllna to
I the faceorrur rulne nf the bond! Riren in et.
, change, inidiMiounlolor deduction from tho amo
to ui rniiu or Hiinwe.i in any ca ; and inn "or.'i-
W. H. JtOltKtP,
Nntarr Public,
.HcCOK.niCK I.YOST. Agent.
If. II. CAN1KK
o.Pnb.n.. M. Cctn.
FIKK, HULL, CAKOO, LIVK .STOCK
ACCIDKNT, LIFE,
INSUEAIirCEl
VINA, HARTK01U),
Aet J V'I',.V1 97
DOT Y'S
KEVOLVIXO ROAD SCUAPER.
MAKES ONB DOLLAR PF.Il DAT CLEAR
profit on each aenper (over any other draper
ntw in ue) to the contractora unn them.' Fit
thmi.anit now In in, prore its merits.
iltlre,
, ,. ,. DOTV. WATSON A CO.,
-i.illm. toj u. Main St., Ht. Louis, Mo.
A ItAKE CHANCE FOIt DAJKiAIN.S
I'.KTAIL SALES AT AVHOLESALE
I'ISICES.
, ,, , . . .Messr. Goldstino it Ho-cnwntur, dry
Liberal tnen of all political purtie, of , Comrnorc, M.cnw'hJt
the Eighteenth Congrefional Dixtriet of j lately received a very largo slock of dry
Illinoi., who are in favor of a reform in S001'' B,lJ row ofri!r l" l,,c lmM,c a.raro
cliance for the mot excellent and atiifac
the government of our country, are re- tory bargain-. Theio gentlemen have
que-led and urgently aoliclted to meet in ! "1!l wilh SrL'il1 ucce thtu far in the
spring trade. Uctcrmlncd lo Keep up
with tho
r-
SOOTS AKD SHOES,
Made In tho latet style anil old at the loweit llgiir:: and a line a'ortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER HATS AND CAPS.
maM convention,
In the Atucncuin,
At Cairo,
Thursday, April I'Mh.
at two o'clock p. in. for the
po-e nf organization and
appointment of Ten Delegate to
A"et.
recciceil by thn naid commitlte and mayor In ex. J
hunjje hll Ixi taken charge of by muf commit- 1
tee, and liy them dctrojed nl their first meet- I
idk for the deitru'tlor. of other erlden' e i,f I
city indebtednex, the Mid enmmitlee rrportinit I
to the city council tne fact of tho deMructlcn or
ild bondi, jjhina m their report a full anil com. i
piciece-cripimn oi cacuanuevery oonn o iie I Ael.
NORTH AMF.RICA, PA,
IIAUTroED, CONN.,
i,M 1,210 7
1MKK.VIX, HARTFORD,
Aet. 1.7M.1U t
royt.l, I
Htc. 3. The ki. eOT.mitlee and mayor shall
site to the city conptroller and city treauter,
llt of the mm., of the perseni to whom :iul
lnd, er any nt them, .hail be Riven In exclnnze,
toieihtr itli lue nmnbcM and amounts of the
bondi so ex 'handed , and should nald commltteo
and mayor tie unbic, within a rra.onal.le time
to effect r excluDKO nr all of said IfltidH for
4ti rionds now due and tu b-cowe due as afote.
aid, they shall report to the city council the
amount nu baud which titer hate been unable to
exchange, and sh.ill hold thern .ehiret to the or
uroi s.i:o city council.
INTF.R.VATIO.VAL, .V. T., I
AC.KNT.S WANTED
I'oran cnnreivi,e M, t-ttng work ol uau
imI interest,
THE HOMK OF GOD'S PEOPLE
bmed? .e.irly aoo Huprh Knsr.t " "om
a cent took hi or-leran l5 "Vv.V a &t
chance to m.ike money etcr oilctel. Veood
Ait'Bt wanted m eieiy Toan.hlp! linrt r,,f our
cirenur. with letma (un.iirpas.cd), de-crlr. on
till Noith fiixlh street, ft. Louis, Mo.
sr.Man taihli.her ol tlio .r.w tursTmitlt.
roUMior VxHAi limr, ulilcli ultrrlr surpa.s.es
".l.dlw'nin0"''' '""",,'"''c,,"t,n'"'"K-)
BHO.mVAY KOUNDUY.
& IIOLLIDAY
As.el's.. .
TUTNAM, HARTfORti,
ctrtii sr.. wr. i.siitisi.
m r ctt araa or TATinvar ajro roarinc
and tho cason, they have tilled up every
avallablo sti.tcc In their citsbllilimcnt
with seasonable goods. They can show
their customers any and every article usu
ally found in rlrt-cla dry goods housci;
and moreover, are ablo to retail alt goods
at wholesale prices. The reason they can
do this, is that they make all purchase
tend the National Liberal Convention, to I lrom M "Rnus ""a ure o0"c,u 10
. pay a pront to middlemen ; tboy make a
bo held a Cincinnati, .May hi, 1872. satisfnetary margin on all goods, while
The following gentlcmeti will be pres- 1 l,icir litrotu.rcap the advantage ot thi
, , . I arrangement. Mein. Ooldstlnc ti Hose-
:nt and adtlrcs. the inasset. They have . , , . , ,
' i water do not muVe thU asiertiott simply
accepted the invitation and there will be to draw custom. Thoy invito the public
Arprovril, April Uth. U7:.
requirement of the public ; Attest: m j. Hot"i, ciiycietU. V '
pur
the nt-
OllDIXAXCK NO. -'i. TRvr.i.KR, h ap.tforp, urn and
AN ORDINANCE I ACCIDE5T,
Topioii le for the exten-lon an 1 improvement I.VW.om t
oi ejcaniure street tan 4sninition iiniie, I
Me ilorit4int ny tne city uouncii ct the city
U I. K V It t. A X I), C L F. V F. I. A N I),
Assets Jm .S7.I
iiomk, cobUMnra, ! ST,'AM MGMIX AND BOILERS
A,"t 45 MI'LAY AND CIRCVLAU SAW 5I1LL?,
AMF.R1CA.V CF.NTRAI., MO., 1 eA and f.rist Mill Machinery, Rolling Mill and
Al fsvOOl JJIast furnace Castings, Wrought 8haftinic and
t Inue Work, Parker's and Johnston's
C0.VNFCT1CUT MUTUAL f.lFIC, I J;"1'' Wheels, Tobacco and Lard
.et SO.lsi.KO (C 1 ecrew., LjM Kettles, Iron
1 and Brass Castings of etenr descriotlon :
also, Cjuarts Mills and Smelting Furnaces of most
approved description.
Hare tmrcha-ed all t
terns ot Only, JIcCuneA Co
Hare purchased all tho Wheel and Pulley Tat-
3-J7dlm.
.Mr. Cuninghntn, always studying tho tate and need of his patrons and the public
generally, Unite them cordially to call and Riamitm his di-play of .Spring and .Sum
tner Good', tillcd ? al nowhere else In the city x III llu-y ;iu" shown finer goods at
lotver price " -t-'Jodtf
Our Home Advertisers.
.-on-niMUoN asu roiiH Aiini.Mu.
K. C. UUI.
STHATTON k HUM).
(Successors lo'-tralton, Hudrnn Clark.)
WHOLESALE GROCKRS
z.n. iATHUM.
MATHUSS & UIIL,
POEWAEDI HG
AMU (.U.VKKAI.
COMM ISSIOX M HKC II A NTS
IIKALF.KX IN
IFIiOTJ-IEa G-E-IiT.
HAY AND WKSTKUN PHODUCK
nm. e ..no i.Kvt;i:,
AM'
OLOSB & VINCENT.
GENERAL COMMISSION
MEHCUANTS
a AXtt
UBAL'BES US!' XilC J
CrUKNT, l'LAATKB I'AKI.H,
PLASTEIlHll'S U A I It,
4'orner ElsjUlli Hlrect nud Ohio l.rsre
CAIltO. ILL.
COM-M LSSION .MEItCHANT.S,
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
WOOD I.ITTE.SHOUSE,
FLOUR
SM
Gonoral Commission Merchant
liMOHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, li.i.t.vn-.
i J. ,M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
' (Successors to K II. Hendricks x Cn.,
Forwarding and Commission
j MKHCIIANTS
I ASH
! WHAKF-IIOAT FKOlMilKTOKS
no dhappointment .
HON. JOHN .M. PALM Ell,
Governor of Illinoi! ;
GEN. HEltnEltT DILGEUT,
Adjutant Gen. Illinoi;
HON. A. OLENDOltFF,
of Springtield, III.
HON. II. GI'.ATZ I1KOWN.
Governor of Missouri,
lias been invited, but up to this timo has
not responded. It j, however, the gen
eral opinion that he will be present to ud- '
I
vocato the principles: promulgated by him
elf, and which made the pre'ent issue,
carried lln "rent .Sluli. nf Mlimnrl i li 1
and elected him governor by an unusually
large majority.
1). Artkr,
N. L. WlCKWIRK,
ilC.VRY WlNTKR.
.Ioii.v Antrim,
V. G. Schuh,
J. T. ItKNNIK,
Committee of Arrangementi,
i nrnjii-, ujyh iv to, sen i csicn- i
holm " Knives. -l-K'-'w I
.Mr?. Slander, on Commercial ave
nue, in the Atbcncutn building, is otTeriug
unusual attractions in the way of pring
and summer goods to tho ladies. Her
stock is composed of new goods through
out, and every article is fashionable, cheap
and handsome. Space forbids the mention
of all the articles which Mrs. Swander of
fers to her customer?, but among U'om
may bo found hat?, bonnets, flowers,
French and American, ribbons, laces,
fringes, embroideries, hosiery, ladles" and
children.' plain trimmed underwear and
suits, infants' lace fcttf, an elegant assort
ment of kid gloves, jewelry, and notions
of every kind. Theso goods wero nil se
lected por.onaUy by Mr?. Swander, and
aro offered to tho public at prices lower
than they can bo bought el?ewhero in
this market. All good? marked in plain
figures. Call at once, ladies, and "ecttrti
bo.tutiful goods at low figures.
, to call and examine for themselves. They
I consider it no troublo to show goods, and
callers will find all question' answered
with cheerfulness and alacrity.
Tho Ohio & Mississippi Railroad will
take passengers to the Cincinnati conven
tion round trip, from St. Loui-. for J10.
From Odin, the shiho.
V. B. Hale,
General Ticket Agent.
For Sale. A cottago on 12th street
containing 7 room;, cistern and out
houses complote. Apply to
v. W. Thornto s.
PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
City XHtlounl Hunk IlulldlutT.
BA.'ipecUt attention paid to orders lrom steam
osts night or dT
ol Ca'ro
-actios t. That Washington Aiemic bo eiten
ted in a stmlshtline on its present cour and j
"I.U ii. I'lv.ru, niuiu, lium , mi ij 'luiii ill -, r',
to its Intersection with the cross road leading
oscr the embankment of tho Cairo and Bl. Louis
Had Road Company, near the northerly limits of ;
the city, and that bjcainorc street be extended,
on its titesent eourse, and with a width nf MJ feet I
lioin Thirty-fourth street to its point of crossing
the pre-entcrosslesee, and Itom that point In a
'tra'ffht tin, wltha width of one hundred tret to
ts intersection "ith the northerly limit of the
cits.
fct. i. Thai Sycamore slrceA extended as
nhovn nrovided for. bo levelled from its Intersec
tion with Wellington asenue to Its intersection
with Ihecoiinty road, such leTclling to bo done,
so far as cutting donn the elevations will furnish
earth to do it, and that a propcrcossing be con.
stturted orer the ptetsnt cross lexec upon the
line of said -Jjcamore street.
."ic. 3. That the present tilling on Washing.
tn avenue between Thltty.flrst and Thirty
third streets l widened three feet on each side
to its present height, and the filling Immediately
'iith of the present cross lores be widened to
far as to make tho lull ivl.llh sixteen feet, and
that the approach to the lerce on the outside of
thecross levee, on the lioeof Washington avenne
exterrtrd, be so tilled up as to make the slope of
am npproaen noi io exceed one loo. perpeauiuii 1
lar to twelte feet liorliontal. I
ic. I. That iiMnercuUerts be rut In where.'
tter in the opinloo of ine Street Committee they
arc rcjiilre'l, and that nil the work provided for
In Ibis ordinanc- ehall be ifone under the .'.reclion
of said .-lcet Comtnlttee.
Approrcil, Aptll i-Hi. Is;;.
JOHN M. LAVSUEN, Ma)or.
Attest! M. 3. lion uiM City Cleric.
RAILWAY PA8rENOF.RI ASSURANCE
CO., HARTFORD,
Asset
As.ets..
..sr.i,ct(. s
INDEPKNIiKNT, H0TO.v,
SAKFOHD, MOUltlS ,V CANDKE, ,
71 Sttlln I.esee,
City Nation Ilanlt, CAIRO. ILL. :
v. lmoss,
F 1 RE AND M AR1NE
Itisiiirnnre .txtir.r.
TRIUMPH, CINCINNATI,
A-sot psi.issi
WI EWD. MEAD & CO.
, 304 N. Fourth St.,
AST. LOUIS,
Keep a full line of first class
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEW
T 1 ELRY, SILVER and PLATED
1
G
H
E
S
WARE. This old established
, house intends to maintain
their reputation of selling
. good goods at low prices,
I nnrl A,., nniu ononlnn o
uiiu am iiuit sititiiiiiiti a
splendid new Spring Stock.
All orders by mail promptly
attended to.
Watches ami .fewelrr carefully re-
n.ilrr'l bv tlrst.cluss worknirti. ami
all kinds of Jvnrrlrr and Mlvcrwara
made to oriltr.
t.H.wnni
NKW KNOLANIi MUTUAL
Assets, nrer ...
l.IKK,
...M.C.ISSMSSI
Cincinnati Advertisements.
MILLKH k J'AltKKlt,
(iENERAL COMMISSION
Ft) H W A K I) 1 N G MR KG II A N TS,
AMi
DKALKHS IN FLOUIt, CORN
Oats, etc.
AUK NTS for yAIRBANK'S SCALES
Ohio hxvtt, CAIRO, ILLS.
sfVS5 Liberal Advances u:i , upon,
j hi i onsigninents.
Are prepared to ieceie, store am nrward
freights to all points and buy at u
sell on commission,
sriliislness atteiKlea In tiroinptU
, . JOHN B. PI1ILL1S& HON,
(Successors to Jno.ll, Philli,,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
. AND '
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AND
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Uob. TKNTH-ST. and OHIO LKVKB
CAtno, ILL.
H. M. IIULKN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
TwdC23-acia:-eVN-a'.
I And Doalor Koreigu Fruits and Nuts
No. 134 C-tmaierciftl-Hve.,
Cairo, Ii.i.inoih.
Q. D. WILLIAMSON.
l'BODUOE AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Mi.7OlilLVM,
0AIUO, 1LI.INC1B.
sWipecisJ stteution mven to ,.r,n... .
',nd unlcri ,
A large and select invoice of Jlro-
laskis warrented home made, Ladies
misses, nnd children's shoes and slippers,
just received and on hand at the City hlioe
Store. M7tf
Railroad Advertisements.
" SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. K.
OnanJ after Monday, April 21th, 171, trains
ruu as lollows i
NOBrHKKN DIVISION.
tsaiss aotso foitiinir.
Mail.
Leare Virginia ... ti.ltia.m
" SjiruiKtield - 9;u "
" TaylorTille HfcK "
Ariire at i'ana 11:10 m
TSll.SS 001X0 K01TUWKST.
Express
.s.-wa,m..,
Express
. Vi.si p.m.
.. a.uo
... :M "
... 6:17 "
Mall.
...,1:Mp.m
:20 "
t.;tO "
r,:ln
...:! '
, . n..
uriir nn, ...m...hs.w a,
" TaylorTille s:i "
Arrlre al Springfield. ..r;15
leave apsingtleld -C:25 "
Arrive l Virginia 8:'i5 " ,
TBilas UOtSO SeCTUEAST.
Leave Edgewood 6:30 a. ni in-.lOn.m
" Flora...--. ":2S " H:n '
Arrive at Klnwneetowii3:i.lp m 5:15 p.m
TIAIKt 061X0 M01THWCIT.
Leave Bhawnectown SM a.m :!Op.rr
" Klors. - 2:M " ":w'
Arrive at Kdgewood 1:50 " S:20 "
The 5:S0 a.m. traia from Kdgewood, runs onl)
Mondays, WsdnesJays and Fridays, anJ AHIa.m,
train from Shawnetlown on Tuesdayi., Thurn.
days and baturdays.
Connects at Ashland with Jacksonville division
ol Chicago ami Alton I'.illrojJ. for Jickor.vllli,
Pclersbtirg, Mason City, n nd all iiolnts west.
At ripriuiifield. with Chicago and Alton, ami
Toledo, Wabash and Western Railroad, lr
Uloomlngton, Chicago, and all points north, notth.
west aniT west. . , .
At I'ana with Ind. and Si. Louis, and Illinois
Central Railroad for all points east, south and
southeast.
At Kdgewood with Chicago Division Illinois
Central Railroad. . ,
At Flora, with Ohio and Mississippi Railroad.
AtShawneetoan, with steamboats for Cincin
nati, I'aducali, Cairo anil St. Louis.
' ORLAND SMITH, Oen'ISnp'U
Joan FooaiTT.Oen'l Fr'gt and Ticket Ag'l.
HEVAltD.
Fifty dollars roward will ho paid for
tho recovery of tho body of Benjamin
Rolttck, supposed to hnvo been drowned on
tho morning of tho 10th Inst, at tho foot
of Eighth stveet ; or 25 dollars will bo
pnid for any information which nmy lead
to tho recovery of the tniuc. Ho was n
dark mulatto, about Ave feet eight inches
iti height ; woro a moustncho and goittco ;
had u largo llguro three of ellvur sowed
on tho inside of thu lappol of his vest.
Information will bo gladly lvcelvcd at
Iluorwart, Orth A; Co's., No. 130 Commer
cial avenue, or at II. -Meyers' tobacco store,
Ohio Levee. dot
Win. Alba has removed hi barber
shop two doors bolow Paul U. Schuh's
drug store, whoro ho will bo found to
gether with his brotlior Conrad swinging
his sharp razors as usual, Tho shop U
lltyod up In splendid stylo, and it room set
apart for the accommodation of ladies
who wish to have hair dressed or cut.
1.3 1 m.
ORDINANCE NO. 21.
AN ORDINANCE
For the prolectlou ol tho United Males Water
(iuage.
He It ordained by tho City Council of the City of
Cairo ;
htc. I. Thai it shall not be lawful for any pel
son, not lug-illy authorized thcteuiiin to remove
tne waier guage piaceii ami eioiinen on in ,
slone ofths. Ohio Lc,e near th freight denot
buildings of the Illinois Central Hall Itoad Con. '
psny, by the orheers of the government cf the I
Lulled ".lates, or anv pomon tnereoi, or to ues.
troy, injure or Impair, or in anymsnner to inter
fere wltli, said watcrgunge or any p rt or portion
of the same, and every person vioUtingtany of the
provisions of this onllnanre, orremotlng, des.
troving, injuring, Impairing, or in anv manner
interlerins with the said w iter zuage orany m r-
tlon thcreot, shall forfeit and p.iylo said City of
I'airo a sum not less than live dollars nor more
thin fifty dollars lor each and every otlente.
Appioieu, .vprii i-in. iot-.
1 JOIINM. LANNDKN. Mayor.
Attest; M. J, How LET, City Clctk.
ANCHOIM) FIKK AND .M.MUNK
tlf St. Loui.
mt-r KNTCHPK1NR.
. OllDINANCE NO.
AS OHDINANCi:,
liranling the right of way through certiln slieets
nf the city to the Call" aud bl. Louis Ibtilrnad
Companv.
Be it ordained by the City Council oj the city
Cairo :
Hecrios J. That the right of way across such
portions of First, Third and Filth streets a lay
south of Jelternon avenuonud across Washington
and Commercial avenues where thoso avenues
are intersected by First and Hecond streets und
over and along Jetlei sou atenue, between Seventh
and First streets, nndovcr and along First street,
hcroud street and Levee street south o( the pas.
sengrr depot grounds of the Illinois Central rail
road, bo nnd Ihtirainu is heieby granted to the
Cairo nud St. Louis Itailro.id Company nnd said
rallroa.1 company shall have the right to grade and
till and tola) douii and operate a single or double
line of rails over and along said streets
and avenues In order to give -lid com
nanv access to the Ohio liver; Piviu'td.
hoaever.that said rights shall be and ar grumcd
in
oclSTtf
Solicits all kinds ot risks.
r. linos,
Agent, Cairo, Il'iio s.
FIRE AND MARTNE
9 0
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I3STSTJ .A. 1ST G JE3
Assets .
Assets.
A'sels,.,
t'OMI'AMi:
MAUAKA, N V.,
1,1SH.2IC V
OKKMANIA, N. y.,
UANOVKIt, N. Y.
KKI'UIILIC, .V. V.
.711,925 l
nnon the eiin.lltlnn that emr unnroaches shall be
constructed by said railroad company over any J
embanltment thev may build on an) nl'sald streeis
orateuuea at every eros. street inlerseele.l by Comprising the Underwriters' Acency.
said embankment: that the traclts and rails ot ;...., v Y '
saidroadshall be o arranged nnd protected by tu.i.kk., v., ..,.,,
said company by plank, stone ot other solid in. Assets s.s.im ij
teriai as 10 anoru a sai anu ru.r i..r. ,ui
ILLINOIS CKNTRAL It. R.
100 .Ml lea lUe Hliortcat Itonle
TO CHICAGO.
KIkIHji- rallesi the Shortest Home
TO ST. LOUIS.
NO CHANGE OF CA11S
t
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ON E OHANOE OF OA US
FROM CAIRO TO
Toledo,
aiag.ua i niu
Fresh stock of Silver Plated Caster,
at T. D. & Co.'s. -M72w
Cinciimutl, Imlianapolis,
Ileirr.it. Cleveland.
rtutlalo, Pittsburgh, Wa. Inn, ton,
li., mine. r li I la. e ulna, new vora.
iiosioa, aim eu pjiiua ...s,
Milwaukee, .lanesrille, Madison,
La Cre, St. Paul, ami all points .North.
This Is aim the only direct roulo to
Decatur, lllooiiilngton, t-prlngtleM,
Peoria, Oulnoy, heekuk,
llurllngtnn, Hock Isi.inil, Labnllc,
Mendota, Dixon, Krecpnrt,
lialeoa, Dubuque, SlruxCity,
Omaha and all points northwest.
Elegant Drawiiii.Room Sleeping Cars
ON ALL NKiHT TRAINS,
ll.igage Checked lo ullliupurtaut Poluls.
Vnr linnets ahd information, snnlv ni I n. 11 n
Popot at Cairo ; on board thu Transit Steamer
nitw een uoiuuhhis me, wuuu, auu si mo prinvlistl
R, R. Ticket Otnets throughout tin. Hyutli.
W. I. JOHNSON, (len'l Hass. Au'l.Cnlcago.
A, MITCHELL, Cleu'l. Bup't, Chleio.
J. JAhtssMM, AarCHt.Clllru,
teams and vehicles over them and that such re
gulation way be imposed by the city council of
said cily upon said railroad company and others
as to the use of said tracks as will restrict tho
speed of cars thereon to a safe and reasonable
rato; will proventthe storage of cara upon raid
tracks and will generally protect the public In the
safe aiiu convenient me of said avenues and
streets.
Approved, April Kilh.A.P 1S72.
. .lullNM.LA.N.MiF.N, Mayor.
Atlest i M.J. Ilowisr, City Clerk.
OUDTNANCK NO. 'J:'..
AN ORDINANCE
For th" regiilatlonof thn police force.
Holt ordiuueit ti tne city council oi me uy oi
Cairo ,
BitTios. I. That section lorly-fne of ordinance
No. 2, ot the revised ordinances, bo amended by 1
sulking out ti e first seven llnea of siul I
rctiou and that portion or the eighth .
.Ilia eudlli(t wllh thn wurd "street," mid I
inserting m lieu thcreol tho followinf, vli i 1
"Thit the cltv shall li divided Into two police i
dislticts, thetlrsttoconsUtcfallthatportlonol
the city below nnd south ot the. centre Hue ol
Twelltli siieet, and tllu 2nd ol nil that poiliun
of ih city above and nortli of that line.
fetr, 2. That one of tho police constable now
I,, nm.., nr in ha nnnoiiiied in lieu ufniie now in ,
uflice.nnd to be designated by the Mayor, fchall
,ct as sargeant of police, o ixt ahall have mint -
ulste charge, miner mo uircciimi i uidchivi hi
mice and tnsyor. ni iiu ium" vuu.-i.tuiu un mi
y ut night, and shall also patrol Uith polico ills-
nets dur ng tho nluht; andoue inner police con-
stablo now in oiticc, or to boappnlnti d In lieu of
one iiusr in omcu ana lo no uesiguatea ny the
iivivi r. kIii.1I act as dav iMjliccmau: lroclJl. the
chiet nfpolice shall Inspect the police constables
mi dufy at nlgnt as otleo as may lie, iiecc.sary
to ecuri an clllcicui pe.lormaace ot thulr i utv
not less than once In each night for two nights in
each week.
Apptovcd. April Is 11. 1972.
... ..J0,lN M' LANbDKN. Mayor
Allesti M..I Hovum, City clctk,
Assets,
A Lit AN V CITY,
hkemkn's fund, a. r.,
A'sets i,7s,mi nf
Assets..
hECURlTV, N. V. JIAT.INK,
S'IX)RF5, Dwellings, Furniture, Hulls and Car
goes, Insured at rates us fuvoiablo as sound,
permanent security will warrant.
1 respecttully ask ot the cltliens of Cairo, a
share, ot their patronage.
V, S. lit till US.
Principal Oilico 101 "NV. Fifth St., Cin. O
THE ONLY RELIAIILK OIFT ENTEnrRISE EN
THE COUNTRY I
$60,000.00
I.N VALUABLE GIFTS
To be distributed In
Xj . X) . S IITE'S
17th Semi'Annual
GIFT ENTERPRISE
To be ilncal Monday. Abtll I'.'tli, 1172.
TWO GftiND CAPITAL'S or
$5,000 IX GllEEXHACKS !
One I'rias g.1,000 iu Nllveri
Two Prizes yjj.ooo 5 f
Viva Prizes SoOO f 1 GrEEXBAOKS.
Ten Prizes 100 (
One llorso ni.d rluggy witrr Silver-Mounted' Har
ness, worth fUV each.
One fine.toned ItoscHood 1'iano, worth JSflo.
Tea timily eetug mai'hiues, worth $100
each. File Heavy cased gold hunting watches
and heavy gold chains worth Jiuieaeh. Five
cold American hunting watches worth ll'23each.
Ten la lie gold hunting watches worth one'hun
Ired dollars each. Klg it hundred gold nod
silver lever hunting watches (in nil) worth
from ;.u to f.'J'K Ladles' gold leontlne uhalus,
irent'auold vestchiins. soli I and doul'le-nUled
! sliver talile and teaipoons, photograph rlbums.
w noie nuiiiiHT gins, i..s-j. i ickcis iimueu i
iia.isn).
Agents wanted to sell Tickets lo whora I'beral
premiums will ls paid. ...
MDsle tickets It ; siv tickets J.I: twelve tickets,
iia; twentv-tlTeJJi).
Circulars continuing a full list of prlr.es, a de
1 1 ,. i scnplion of the innnner or drawing, and othsr In-
i.ti-.'ii i fonmmoii In reference to the distribution, willb
seniinnay one orueriug inein. All leuers must
bo addressed to !,. U. SINK, llox 8C,
uiriii:, Cincinnati, O
lul West Jth st. nortwspolr
...LesW,:.'! 7
. . ..i'l.CW W
,!'.:t 21
HUTOUrllH.
J A MK$" k yn ATON ,
(liili'her iii-.U llraler lu nil lllnils) l'rli
nrnl, 1
CORM.K NlNftrVSTII ISS Pul'I.A C Mill r T.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
S300P00I
MISSOURI STATU LOTTERY,
Lkhalizkd uy State Authority and
Drawn in Puiilic in St. Loci!1.
( 'f rand Single Number Scheme
.lo.uoo xf.nnEiis
Class 1), to he Drawn Ai-rilSO, 1872.
a.SSO I'rlxesJiAliioilllliilsrloltaoU.OOO
I ruse of. .Vi,(iJ l'fijes of.....
I " of. I3.IA" n of"-
I of. H,sJ 'i " of.....
Of, ,,.dS! II " Ul.,
BUV8 ami slaughters only the very best ealtle, ! .V .fc.' SM W
hogs and sheei, and is prepared to All any .' 'UM M. of..-.-.
rieuiarit for fresh meau from one pound to ten .. 'r vi lsn " ol..
thousand pounds. -ler.iitl , . "I ViV, -j.,, .. J...
- Ticket-, $loj Half Tickkta'! V""
.1 ico
. 1,0
rssi
3011
Sid
son
150
1IU
10
.JAKE WALTER,
BTJTO HBB
il HIJLIU IN
NQTIOE.
J FRESH MEAT,
Cairo Cits- Ferrv Comp.iny, I
Cairo, Ills., April li. !.
Notice Is hereby given that tho regular annual
me.etlug ot the tockholders of this company
w)lbe"ieM at tho wharlmaster oftlse, coiner
Sixth street and Ohio lerso, in this city, on Mou.
day, Hsy Oth, Mi, a 1U o'clock a. m. for Die pur
pose of electing seven (7) directors to sorvo the
,...,. year "-V HAlL'.T.A Y, Sce'v.
Kifiin u Street, Hctwebn Wabiiikuios
and Commercial avenukp,
TllfVTJ s5l 50.
tr-Our ollerles ure chartered b) ' lie ' 8j'
aiialways drawu at the llm n'm'"'',ni t
cniwiiigs aru under th superrislon of sworn
C0.'rTh0Thdal Ura'e ' l-blishe.l In
"fw wa ill draw a similar schema the list day
ol ou.Vmeatb5uriDg.lho year 1974.
J ,1 uli li it our ",J y po'ffce monsy ordsr,
;rif,r,Cr.td.re.- MURRATV MILLER CO..
v-1-i iiu -
l-IOdswyt
I'll !l7DDsl P.Pck.S5
II It 1UA1ULMJ.UJUI'.
Mswie CoinpouiKt
Ick od heary ud
.. , or mouev refundeU t Scents a paxkax. u
ir..n ii.. i. i i ii. inrk. Mullod, vril, ,,r S foe flftT cents. ' -M
i.sinn, eiusage, etc., sun i ...
eitlMsm In tho most acceptable iranimi,
AtljolulUf Mlllrnhonsr nanny'.
will luice the beard tu cruwth
tho sruootnest lace (wllnoot lB)t7 In SI A
SIWS1
KIXJAIl JONKS k CO.. Ashland. Mass
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