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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1872.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV
Our Homo Advertisers.
MILI.IlfEBY.
MRS. ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Street, botween Washington
and Commercial Avenuei,
CAIRO, ILL,
It receiving dally new Invoices of
MJXXiXiXNIHJiaY CrOOlDS,
01 every description, and at Paicaa toocit thi
Tim
THE LATEST STTLE8 OF
SFRINO AND SUMMER GOODS,
BONNETS,
II ATS, RIB RONS,
TRIMMINGS,
FRENCH FLOWERS,
NECKTIES. COLLARS,
UNDER SLEEVES,
LACES OF ALL KINDS,
DOLLY VARDEN GLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
Together with svll (he other article kept la a
Kiwi Clan Millinery and Trimming! biore. To
w isold attha very lowest fla.ure.
AVCII and tea her. No trouble to iliow
good.
MRS. McOEE,
On Eighth Btreet, between Commercial and Waih
Ingtou Avenue, la dally receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
nr thi
LATEST rtPRlNO AND BUMMEH BTTLES.
Besides a full line of
EOHSrHSTIETS &c HATS
(Trimmed and untrimtned,
FRENCH FLOWERS, RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS
of all kinds. Laces, etc., etc.
r Mr. McOea hu alto large aortroento
Fancy Atticlea, audi aa
..NECK TIES. COLLAR. UNDERSLKEVES,
RUFFS, BASHES, FANS,
And all other article usually found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mra. McOee. In addition to her atock of Fancy
md Milliner)' nnoda, haa a One aod eompleie aa
orfm.nl ol Cincinnati Cuatom Mule Ladle
and Hisses' Shoes and Chlldrena' Boots, lintck
and In Colore. The. are acknowledged to he
the fin. it and fct shoe in the market, ae.d thin
a the onljr place in the city tfiat make, them a
peclalty.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
IN THE
ATHENEDM BUILDING
haa opened out an axtroalve atock ol
MILLINERY GOODS
All ol which are entirely w and of the very
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMPRISES
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant aaaortmant of
LAfc, FRINGES, KID GLOVES, HOSIERY
and all atticlea usually kept In a flrat-cla mil'
I Inery .tore.
Mra. Kwandir Invite the public tocalland in
arret her atock, whieh aha will take pleaaure In
showing lo old aa well aa new cuatoirere.
4 O-tf.
THE FURTRA1)E
.H. LEYT CO. PAT THE HIQUEST MARKET
PRICES.
Below will be found the corrected Hit
of pricei paid by H. Levy & Co., for
(hides, fun, feathers, wool, tallow, bees
wax, and all kind of country produce
ILevy & Co. do a very large trado in their
.line, and it is a well known (act that they
always pay the highest prices to be ob
rUined in this market They aro now
paying for
tuns:
Slink $2 00a 2 25
Raccoon CO
WildCat 60
House Cat 10 a 15
Muak Rat 15
Opoiium 12)
Otter 6 00 a 7 00
Bear Skins 2 0q ftO 00
ll'Jivcr, per pound 60 a 76
II ID EH. PER POUND:
Deer Skins 27 a 37)
Beef Hides, Dry Salt 18) a 20
" " Green Salt 9 a 12)
OTUEK ARTICLES!
Tallow, par pound C nil
Feathers, " " 60 a 66
Wool, " " CO a 70
Beeswax " " 25 a 28
fijj above prlco Hit is subjected to correction.
$300,000.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
'Legalized by State Authority and
Drawn in Public in St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
50,000 NUMBERS.
'Class F, to he Drawn Juno 20, 1872.
6,880 Prices, Amounting to $300,000.
1 Prlie of........50fnoo
or. I3.4M
Of. 10,(4)0
of..
of...
ol...
of.,
of.,
of..
7.WJ
o,oou
2,000
1,000
ouu
540
Tickets $10; 1 1 it 1 f
WW Prltesof. $ 100
o of 1,000
9 or. 600
9 of 300
9 " of MO
3 ' of 2W
3 " of 150
ISO " of........ 100
500 " of 10
Tickets. S5: Quarter
A ICKOIS, $Z 60.
Our lotlerlea are chartered hjr the State, are
alway drawn at the lime named, and all draw
ing are under the atiperTlaion of aworn com
Tnlxalonera,
The offlolal drawing will ho published In tha
St. Loula paper and a copy aent to purchasers
iftlpketa.
Wo will draw a similar aohemethe laat day of
oyer lliuu.il uuiiiih ,. j "i
itemitatourrlsk by poainttlce money order,
Ttu'atered letter, draft or expreaa Bend for oir
cuTar. Addrexa, MURRAY, M1LLEH A CO.,
.P. O. box 2410. tit. I.oula, Mo.
4-lndawlr
MEN WANTED!
iEXTRA IDUOEMENTSI
'The Cairo A fit. Lotila K. R. Co. want MX) men
mi once, to work on Ilia lino of their road in
Alexander county, Rom A to 15 mile north ol
4jo, Illinois.
TRICES. For station work, light fill, twenty
ent (SOo.) per ysrd. Chopper. t!2 50) two dol
lar and Ally cent per day. !ay men on grade,
I'J 25) two dollar and twentyflve cents par day,
Board f 4 00 per woe. Prompt payment in oah
THE BULLETIN.
THE CAMPAIGN
ILLINOIS SPEAKS IN THUNDER
TONES FOR GREELEY AND
BROWN.
THOROUGH UNION OF THE LIB
ERAL AND DEMOCRATIC OR
GANIZATIONS ON A
STATE TICKET.
EX-GOVERNOR KOERNER NOM1
NATED FOR GOVERNOR BY
BOTH CONVENTIONS.
THE DELEGATION TO BALTIMORE
INSTRUCTED TO SUPPORT THE
CINCINNATI PLATFORM
AND CANDIDATES.
uauraoleed by tha Company.
Apply to JOHN MULVKV, Sup'
6 Sl-dAwtf.
ton lh work,
(Special to the bl. Loula Time.)
HratnumiD, June 20, 1J72.
Tho tnagnitudo of the Liberal conven
tion has surprised even its most sanguine
friends, every county in tbo state being
represented by tbo representative men of
the old republican party; the men who
founded it and who have directed its coun
sels and organized its forces for victory
during tho last ten years. In all, thcro
aro over four hundred delegates present, a
fair knowledge of whom may be gained
from the fact that Governor Palmer was
called upon to preside over them with a
full corps of vice-presidents and secreta
ries of tiurdly inierinr prominencu from
every congressional district.
THE HARMONIOUS DEMOCRACY.
Tho Democratic convention is equally
as large in proportion, and equally as
unanimous in its determination to sacri
lice nonessentials for the good and success
of tho cauie.
THE INVITATION To CONFER.
When the report was brought to it that
tho Liberal convention had adopted the
Cincinnati resolutions as its platform of
principles, and, on that basis, had ap
pointed a committee of conference,
consisting of one from each
Congressional district, who de
sired lo meet a similar committee from
tbat body, the scene beggars description.
Cheer aflur cheer was sent up, and the in
vitation immediately complied with.
THE DEMOCRATS STAND HACK.
In the joint committee of conference the
Democrats unanimously resolved to per
mit the Liberals to name the candidate for
Governor, slating that whoever pleased
them would be acceptable.
A vote Was then taken by tbo liberal
half of tho committee resulting as fol
lows : Trumbull 10, Koerner 8, Palmer
2. Palmer bad distinctly refused the uio
of bis name, and Trumbull at once, on be
ing Informed of tbo result of the vole,
in ado his appearance and positively de
clined lo accept. He was induced to take
a littlo limo to consider, but at the even
ing session made bis declination final and
imperative, and accordingly the nomina
tion ol Governor Koerner was made
unanimous.
The Democratic convention met at the
opera house in the morning, and formed a
temporary organization, with Hon. Jas.
C. Allen as chairman and J. C. Richmond
as secretary, and alter tho appointment of
tho necessary committees, ajourned until
afternoon. At that session it proceeded
to the election of delegates to Bultimore,
and after tbeappointmentof tho committee
of conference ajourned until evening.
At 7.3U Governor McClernand the
chairman of the committee uf the cons
ferenco on tbo Democratic side, made hi
appcaranco and reported tho following as
THE TICKET AGREED ON.
For Governor, Gustavus A. Kocnor, of
St. Clair; for Lieutenant-Governor, Gen
eral Cbas. Black, of Champaign ; Secretary
of State, Edward Rummell, of Peoria;
Auditor, Daniel O'llara, of Cook ; State
Treasurer, Chas. H. Lanphier, of Sanga
mon ; Attorney-Goneral, Lawrence Wei
din, of McLean; Clerk of the Supreme
court, First division, R. A. D. Wilbanks,
of Jefferson ; Second division, David A.
Brown.
uow DIVIDED.
Of the nominees on tbo State ticket,
those for Governor, Secretary of State
and Attorney General are liberal Re
publicans; thoso for Lieutenant Governor,
Auditor and Treatuerer are Democrats;
the candidates for Clerks of the Supreme
Court in tho first and second grand divis
ions are Democrats, the candidate in tho
third grand division is a liberal Republic
an. On motion, a committee of threo was
then appointed by tho president of tho
convention to proceed to tho hall, whero
ho Liberal Repnblican convention was in
ession, and invito that body to join them.
INSTRUCTING FOR GREELET AND 11R0WN.
Geo. W. Stcpp. of Lasallo county, then
offered tho following:
Resolved, That the dolegatcs elected by
this convention to represent them In the
national convention at Baltimoro aro bore
by instructed to cost their votes for Greeley
and Brown.
Judgo Stopn supported the resolution
in a few ringing remarks, but was not al
lowed to proceed far. Tho body was ripe
for it, and only wanted a chanco to
voto upon it. Amid cries of motion"
and cheers tho chairman called for the de
cision, which was given with shouts and
yells of applause Iftherowore any dis
senting voices they did not mako them
selves hoard when the negatlvo voto was
called for, tho applause and hurrah entirely
drowning tho speaker's voice and all the
noise he could mako with his gavol,
A GENERAL IIAND-BnAKING.
The committoo appointed to invito tho
liberal republican convention to unite with
tho convention hero appeared and roportod
that tboy had performed tho duty its
signed them, and that tho members of the
convontion were on their vav to the hall.
Immediately afterward, Governor Pal
mer, prosment ot the liberal convention,
appeared, arm in arm with Governor
Koerner, and, amidst tho wildest enthusl
asm, advanced lo tho platform, where ho
was met by Governor Allen,
Gov. Palmer tbon announced that tho
liberal republican convention had hear
tily indorsed tho nominations ro
portod by the joint commlttcei of
con ferenco of the two conventions, and
gladly joined hands with tho domocrncy in
their suDnort.
Gov. Palmer said ho dealrad to meet tbo
advances of tho chairman of tbo liberal re
publican convention In tbo spirit they
kuiu uruuureu, ana, iiko i-aui, torcetttng
the things that aro behind, to striko hands
with him in tbo common cause; and as
tho cbairmon of the two conventions ad
vanced and clasped hands another sceno
of
WILD EXCITEMENT
ensued, the delegates standing upon tho
benches and cheering frantically for
levtral minutes.
Governor Koorner was then introduced,
and in a brief speech returned his thanks
tor tho honor conferred upon him, which
ho had not sought for, on tho contrary,
had hoped to leo ofiored to another. He
accepted, tho nomination, however, and
pledged his best efforts for the success of
the ticket and the cause it represented.
ANN VNCKM KMTH.
DR. I). A. PARKER FOR GREELEY
Editob BiTtttix. Plea announce me an In
dependent candidate lor aleglalator In the lower
House ol the General Aasembly ol tht State
Aa men in the day ol lioneat government had
to announce their principle or hobby, a well a
themeelyea, and appear belote their constituent)
and defend them before they could get office, I
bellere they l oula do o now, and will iy to
the roters of Jackson, Colon, and Alexander
countiea, without awaiting the declaton of any
man or parly, I am for Horace Greeley for Preal
dent, and It. Orals Brown for Vice President and
endorse the Cincinnati platform. 1 am for a free
acrub rac and againat the primary ayatem of
electing men to office. I am agalnat thetock
law in thta county and for the repeal of tha Ohio
liquor law. I am lor the abollehment of the
grand Jury to It loweat constitutional limits, and
tha rerlalon of the traverse Jury ao that Intelli
gent men ahall not be disqualified to ait on It lo
caae of felony. I am for free trade, Mjual
taxation, equal repreaentation, andoneat men
in office, even If I hare to lie dtfcVed lo get
thfm there.
! A. Piaaia. If
Mr. Vaaaoa, III., April 11, 1872.
EdUer Cmirt Bntlitin t
Data SiaPleaa to announce me as a candl
dale for Clerk of the Supreme Court, Southern
Orand Invlai in ol lillnoia. The new constitution
prpTidc that the Clevks ol the Supreme Court
hall hereafter be elected at the Norember elec
tion, Inatead of the June election a herelore.
The ucoetor of the preaent incumbents are
to be elected this earning fall, but will not qualify
until the preaint term expire In 1(73.
Keapectfully,
It. A. D. WILBANKS.
FIRE AND MARINE
1 3ST S TJ I? -A. IT O E3
COMPAMKS.
NIAGARA, N. Y.,
Aaaet..... . .. 11,430,210 5
GEXUAN1A, N. Y
..- l.oes.Tii 7
HANOVER, N. T,
....726 tWJ 00
Aaaeta
A"Pte-..
REPUBLIC, N. V,
Aaaela .... 714.925 00
Compriaing the Underwriter' A&ency.
YONKERS, N. Y.,
Aaaela.,
ALBANY CITY,
Ael .
..ITS 4C4 61
...... 453,193 23
VIREMEN'S FUND, B. Tn
Aat... C7S.S0O 01
SECURITY, X. T. MARINE,
Aaaeta 1,432,M!
Stores. DwelllnsK. Furniture. Hulla and Car
gora; inniired at rale aa famrable a eound, per-
uianvut srcuntT win wHrranu
I renpeutfully ak of the cltlsena ot Cairo,
aharrof thfir patronage.
V. n I1UUHKS.
Our Home Advertisers.
BAM KB.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
CluarlarMl Marrts SI, 1BB.
ornca ix
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
orricaaai
A. B. S AFFORD. Preaident;
H. S. TAYI.OH, Vice.Preatdent;
II. IIYSLOP, elacretarr and Treasurer.
DtaicToast
P. M. HtaciAT, Cin, Giitoiixa,
K. H. BTocarLXTB-, Pail 0. Scum,
II. H. Cvnkiviiuh, H. P. Ualudit,
j, at, raiiurs.
Depoalta ot ausy Asaoaat Received Irosn
a era ,au vpwana.
JNTEKEST paid on depealta at the rale ot aix
percent, per annum, March lit and Septrm
r lat. Intercut not withdrawn la r.dded Imme
diately to tie principal of the depoalta, therebf
gWing them compound intereat.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
DEPOSIT MONEY
ao IUI xi out tut CAM DSAW IT.
Open every buaineaa day from V a.m. to 3 p.m.,
and Saturday evening tor HA VI NO DEPOSI Is
only, from a tn a o'clock.
a lull w, it lobui , treasurer.
HOOK HINUEatY.
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
JOHN II. OOEBI.Y CO.,
raorairroas,
Bulletin Building, corner of 22th
street and Washington avenue,
Cairo, Illlinos.
All kinds of Binding and Ruling done at the
very loweat urices. Having engaged the aervi.
ce of Mr. Huela, who haa had many year
experience in one of beat Hinderie of bl. Louis,
lo superintend tnia eatabliahment, we can eon
tldently promise our patrona work equal to that
ol tinv bindery in the west.
A. 8USANKA,
Proprietor
MAGNOLIA SALOON
And Dealer in Foreign and Domestic
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
1 97 Ohio Levee,
Between Ninth and Tenth Street,
Cairo, III.
deoUtl
Our Home Advertisers.
SjeMJilMHieN AND rOKWAHDINU.
Z. D. MATUUSS.. E. 0 .UIIL
MATIIUSS & UIIL,
AND GENEKAI.
Commissi on Merchants
DEALERS IN
tFIiOTTia, GKR.A.X'3Sr:
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
NO. M OHIO LEVEE.
WANTED, AGENTSI
tlooto$250 per month, everywhere, mala and
female, to Introduce the the lateat improved,
mn.t ,mi: and r,eiect SHUTTLE SKtVINU
MACHINE ever Invented, We ctialleoi the
un.l.l In nnnmMa aiihit. Price onlv IIS 00. and
fully warranted for five years, making tne
Elaatio Lock Hi Itch, alike on both aide. The
tame a all the high priced shuttle
machine. AIo. the relebrated and
L.. i COMMON SENSE FAMILY BKW1NQ MA.
CHINE. Price only 115 00, .and fully warranted
tiirttre tear. Theaa machlje will atltoh. hem.
fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid and embroider
lli a moat uiierior manuer. . And are warranted
tndn all work that can badonhonanv hlffh.nnced
machine iu the world. Pur circular and term a
addrtaa M. wxtfiiuupaj CO., tpas atiuga avenue.
or P. o, Bot.rm PlmadslfetimPa. o-H,smw
MILLER k PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
sap
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AKD
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANK'S SCALES,
kloe Iee. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Buccessor to E, It. Hendricaa A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
AKD
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS.
Liberal Advancemenla made
upon Cuaaignmenta.
Are prepared to receive, atom and lorward
freighta to an point aod buy and
sell on coratnlaaion,
WBihIoim attended to promptly.
WOOD RITTENHOUSE,
FLOUR
ISC
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
SUTTER Si BIERWIRTH,
GLASS STAINERS,
708 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Stained, Enameled, Emhosaed and ground Qlass
of every description.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TOCUURCH
WORK. AT Orders from all parts of the country
omptlr attended to. 5-31 dAw 3m
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successor to John U. Phllln ,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
AKD
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AKD
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
CAIRO, ILLS.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(HucceaaoratoSlratlon, Hudson A Clark,)
WHOLESALE GROCEKS
And
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
CLOSE & VINCENT,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
AND
X)HA.IilLlKB. LIMB,
Cement, Plaster Paris,
and
PLASTERER'S HAIR,
Corner ElRbtb Btreet anU onto Levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
II. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
MBBCHA1TT;
And Dealer iu Foreign Fruits &Nuts,
No. 134 Commorcial-avo.,
Cairo, Ills.
COAL.
Railroad Advertisements.
CAIRO CITY COAL
(a prepared to supply cuetoruer with the beat
quality of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
COAL.
SRDKRI left at llalllday Bro. office, 70 OHIO
LKVEK, or at the Coal Yard Ulow tha St.
tries Hotel, will racalva prompt attention.
TUBTUO " MONTAl'K will bring coal along
ataaiua f s at any hour. ccKtf
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R 11
lee Mile the RtjortestHonte
TO CHiCAGO
EfKhtr'Mlleathellkorteat Roate
TO ST. LOUIS
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, Indianapoll', Toledo,
Detroit, Clevelxnd, Niagara Fellt,
Buffalo, I'lttahuig, a-hlnaton,
Baltimore, 'Phtladelphh, New York.
Boaton and all point eaat.
Milwaukle, Janeavllle, Mall. on,
LaCrosae, St. Paul and all points north
1 his Is alao the only direct route to
Decatur, Bloomlogton, Nnnngeld,
P.orla. Onlncy, heokrik,
Burlington, Rock iaUnd, Ln Salle.
Mendota, Dlaon, Kreeport,
Oalena, Dubuque, bloux ulty,
Omaha and all point northweat.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Cars
On all Night Trains.
DWg Checked 10 all Important point.
For ticketa and Information, apply to I. C. K.R.
depot it Riro; on board tho Irnntit ateainvr lx
tweeu Coluinbiia and Cairo, and at tne prlncipil
railroa I ticket office throughout the aouth.
W. P. JOIINiON. Oen'l "aa.. Ag't, Chlci.o.
A. MtTcitrn, Gen'l Sitp't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1972,
trains will'run as follows:
northern division.
TSA1M 001 (1 tol-TlirAT.
Mail. Express.
Leave Vln inln :40 a. m l:a'. p.m.
" Springtield.....J:U ' 3:0D "
,' Ti)lorrille 10 5 5.0
Arrive at fan 11.40 ' 5,17 "
TAl)a OOINO NOSTHWtaT.
Express. Mall.
Leave Pana 4.wi h. m .3.35 a. m
" Tavlorvill 4 4 " 4.0 "
Arrive at Bprngflld.C.15 " ....BtiO "
Leave 8prinxfield...,..5 " 0 id "
Arrive at Virginia .5 " 8.15 "
southern division.
TlAINa ooiao BOlTHtAaT,
Leave Edgwood .30 a.m.. 10.10 p. m,
" Flora 6.5 ' .11.40
Arrive at .Shawueet'n .3S " 5 15
llOOitN. KAHII. ETC t
00 TO
W. W. THORNTON'S.
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13i tenth street,
CAIRO ILLINOIS
TOR
Doora, Nauifa, Blind. Honldloca,
Eatvn Oattera, (wood) Window and Ooor
Frasaea, Floorlaa;, Latb,
Mhlaajlea, Qlaaed Haab, Olaaed Nlde
Lights, dlaaed Traaaosna,
Naata Weitthta, Naati rallies and Corda
Blind raatealaga, RooIIuk
Fait, IlouHaK Cenieat, Plaaterina;
Paper, Carpet Felt, White
Lead, Llaaed Oil, American Wludow
Glaaa, KnKllah nudFreuch
Plate tilaaa, Piitly, Olnaler'M I'olnla
Newer Plpea Patent Cblmurya,
Etc.,
Etc.,
Klc.
AGENTS lor Rock Rivet Paper Company.
Sheathing Kelt Hodtjuurtt Cement ,
it. W John' Improved Hoofing nlway on
hand.
wauojvm.
WAGON MANUFACTORY.
For Sulo at Wholesalo or Retail
CORNER 32D.STREET AND OHIO LEVEk
Cairo, Illiuois.
ovlltf
P. 1 AI DIE
TEUTONIA L I F E INS URANOU
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
ASSBTSi SSOO.OOO.
tiixt a iTirnir t u..t
U. KNOBELSDORFF, - - - Heorotary.
DIRECTORS.
CiiAs, Rkitz, Uenky Weiikh,
A. 0. Kksino, A. Misch,
Uiias. Wenthe, Chas. Vekuiia,
Francis Laikner, Chas. Dakolino,
C. Uirsch, Wm. Rkinhardt,
John Feldkamp.
Tha beat orgnlied and eeonreal company In
Ilia northweat. The only company which uar
anleea a cash aurrender value.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
gMi far Cairo audvlelally
FOTJHTH OF JULY!
177G.
1872.
imm mi
GRAND CELEBRATION
BY THE
ARAB, HIBERNIAN,
nnd
BOUGH and READY
FIEB COMPAUTIES.
The tinderrtencil, Joint C'immlttco of Arrange
ninta ol the above naini Firo Companlea, tirg
leave to Inlnrm the people o Cilmann vicinlH,
that thev have mnde arrauttemenia for CKLK
BRATINO THE NAIIO.N-) UIKTHDAT IN
O KAN J) Kit STl'LE
than it haa ever bn celahrnted In Fnutliern li
llnoia. tut the purpoae of making the air.ilr a
auccea and furniahinK meana nt entertnlnnipiit
to all, thry liuvo apared neither time, labor nor
expense.
The celebrAllon will tie;ln on tha inorninK of
"THE FOURTH," WITH AOItANI)
FIREMAN'S PARADE,
With Apparatus through the principal
streets of tho City.
The protcaalon will lie headed by the
DuQUOIN SILVER CORNET HAND
AND
HICKMAN URASS HAND.
and will bo ttmkr Hip direction of
Mayor Lankde.v, as Grand Marshal
ol tlin due, "tlil.',l br Jj. S Swaixe, Aaiatnnt
Chief KiiKlnccr of the Firo Department.
Immediately ufterthn ParAdo the Bo.it will lenvn
FOR THE PIC-NIC GROUNDS,
In the Shady Orovo of Kentucky onpolte Twco.
tietli street. Kvery rrovialon will lie made to
triider tne 1'ic-nlu 1 Ilw I'-t'LASJ Iu every respect
REFRESH ME NTS
of every dcacripilon will bo on tho grounds, and
dlapcnaedbyntlible mid MtentlVaCiterrM. Full
atraoiieinrntn will lie made for
D AITO I3STG,
and for this purpose the Committee I '.ire eng.i
ed ElaeiibrrK'acc'ebtaled Sralxi Hand.
Thi; Declaration ok Indepkndence
will li readliy llon.J. It, Obvrly, nnd appropri
ate aprpchea will beikliveiod bj eminent eprak
era, will be interluded by aelocl mualc by the. -ill.
er Crrnet Hand.
Theday'eentertaidmenl will coiiclude with
A GRAND BALL
In tho Evening at
Washington Hall and Garden,
under the direct management of thelw.t Tcrpsi
choican talent In tn Firo liepurtment.
Several FireConipanlea from awoad hate been
invited, and will prubnli y bo present.
ln conclusion, nnd on behalf of thn above
named Fir Compsn'e, the Committee reapeet
tully invite the people ot Calio nnd attrroun'iinK
country In pirticinite in the fe-tivitlea, and thui
aaaikt in Miaklng the allalr ngraid au'cess and
worthy of the ever glorious " Four'h."
TICKETJ roa iu PIC NIC We
Children accompanied by their pvrcnti, frco.
. J.Kcrth,
T Lattner,
illin Gockdl,
COMMITTtEl
A, Susnnka,
T. M. I.ntilt,
M, J. Ilnwley,
Joi. a. Vclritn.
II. T. .Martin,
HarrrMcl uh.
FUHNITUKK.
Chaa. Shocnuicycr. Vfm. Schick
CnAS. SHOENMEYER & CO.
FURNITURE ROOMS,
UPHOLSTERING
AND
Mattress Manufacturing,
Furniture ltoinlrlnt.
PICTURK FRAMING,
All ordet promptly attended to.
northwest corner ok Washington av
enue AND TENTH ST.,
CAIRO, ILL.
O.DrawcrUn. lanOlf.
IKON WOltKS.
PHILADELPHIA
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
ROIIKRTWOOI), TIIOS.H. ROOT
RORERT WOOD & CO.
1,130 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
-FOUNTAINS- -FLOATING HIVAN3-
VASEd -FU00S-
STATUAIIY -WATER LILIES-
-DirCKS- TURTLES, Ac
For Decorating Fountain.
VERANDAHS, bUMMUK HOUSE',
VRUOItd, CHAIRS, SETl'EKS, Ai Ao.
NEW STYLE WRUUtllllMRON RAILING lot
Front of llouco and CunieU-rlea. Never bulore
Introduced,
CAST AND WR0UGIIT-1R0N BAILINGS for
Put.Hu Building nnd Siiunrca, Omett-ry Lota,
and Garden Feme, llak'oulra, Roof Creatl iga,
Vic,, in grt'ui rtiriwiy ui rniuniH.
IRON STAIRS, spiral und atralght, nl various
Patlultia and style. Special nltcntioii gltcti this
..lit., nt unrl.
LAMP POa'lH, for Krunta of Pillillu llillldlnga,
Hotels, aud City Street, ol I'Uln and Eluboruie
utiaignet
Hl'AHLE FITTINGS. of Caatand Wroiight-lron,
of New Improved Stvlca, audi ns liny llaclvi,
Stall UlvlMons, Manger, llnrnvaa Bravketa, Hut.
tera, Tnipa, VcntllDiora, ;c.
WIRE WORK of otery deai-rlptlJU. ,Wir
Guard of Orltnped Wire,Ualvult"l i r Painted,
ill Haiti or Ornamental Pattern, fur store Door
or Wlnduws. factory and Warehouse Indowa,
Railing for Ollice., Hank, Counter lulling,
llalconlr, Imb and Farm Fence. ., Ac.
GATES for enlraiico tn Cetneterie.. Puhllc
Hiuare a'd Ueiitleinen' Country Scats, of Oaa
Tubing or Wrouglitdron, both aii:glo knil uoulilo,
In elaborate ami almple dealKiia,
DRINKING FOUNTAINS, lor atreet uses, A
very larse vasortmeut of deslgna exprely for
this pin pose.
CAfil-lRON URINAL BOXES, for public parka
andcitv streets,
OVAl. VASK.H, latest atvlra, centennial patUrn.
IIITCIIINO VOiTS, J:key, O.wlie, Sambo and
dlulu deaigna.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
or tut
CITY NATIONAL BANK
OJT oaieo,
At Cairo In the Slate of Illinois, at the close Of
Buaineaa, June 10th, 1872.
8100 IN ONE WEEK.
To nny shrewd man who cau do business on the
quiet, I guarantee an Immense fvriune, eaally,
rapldlv and In perttct safety Addreaa It i p irfect
cculldance, JAMES Risr.
fl-17 w3m 1(VI Illsekei iraet, New ork.
RESOURCES.
Loana and Discounts I
Overdraft
U. S Bonds to sreura cir
culation ......
U. S. Bond on hand...........
Other htocVs, Bunds and
Mortgagea,
Vila from redetmmg and
reserve agent .109,407 02
Due from other nat'l banks 40,488 1.1
" " other banks and
bankers 23,371 M
Banking house
Other .real estate
Current expense
Taxaa paid .
Check" A oilier ch Items
Hill, of natlunnl banks.......
hiiictlnnalcy. ant nickels,
teeie
I.gl Under note-.
2.VUUU 00
15,170 IS
'i
A 202 20
2,70. IB
2,04.1 02
J..MI (J
3.IRI 43
7.M7 37
30.UU0 00
209,1(0 04
1,494. 21
10000 00
It., 260 00
1,073 1
23.1,320 2t
40,170 IS
7,909 38
62,504 64
1063.SW li
LIABILITIES.
Cipltat atock paid In 100,000 00
Stirplit- fund.... 24 000 00
CinMilnthn outstanding 00,000 00
hxchangn 7,798 M
Interest lu.SIl 18
Profit anu los .....21,177 08
'- 49,087 73
ln Ivldual ilepoit 370,044 V)
Due In Htate banks and
Bankers 29,736 3
Ci,(C9 11
Stav or lt.Lini, 1
Alexiindor County.
I, Walter II) slop, A distant Cashier of the City
Nutliitiil Bank or Cairo, d.) eolemuly awear that
tho abov atitetnent It true, to the beat ol my
knowledge nnd belicl. WALTER HTSLOP. ,
AsslsUnt Cashier
Subscribed and aworu lo before me, th'a 14th day
of June, 1 37. W. II, Monat.
Netary Publa.
Correct nllet.
It, II. CUNNINGHAM,")
G. O WILLIAMSON, Directors.
II. L. HALLIDA V. J
38TH REPORT
OF THE C03STDXa?03Sr
or Tltr
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF CAIRO, ILLS.,
At the close of business, June 10th, 1ST3.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discount.
Ovurdralta
U. S. Bend-, tn seen e circu
lation U. S, Honda andaecurit;ea
on hand.
Other atock. bond and
luortgrgr!)
Ini Irom redeeming and re
serve agent
Duo from other nat'l bank
" ' bank ami banker,
Real eslato
Furniture nnd fixtures
Current ; expense
Cash Items, ibcluding rnvs
nue stamps
Tuxes .paid
Caah in hand Iu coin $ 1,473 01
Currency- 20,280 84
$41,047 87
1,05 S3
81,200 00
15,310 C4
10,100 00
3443 43
0150 W
3,44 29
48.SS8 88
3,821 49
98 53
OS 80
24 00
30,781 88
1284,884 07
LIAUILITIE8.
Capital stock . (100,000 00
Exctiange, luterent, protitand toa... 1,441 71
Circt'latlnn outatandisg 72.3AO
Huh to national bank 87 74
Individual deposit 111,996 21
$234,884 67
Hravtor Illinois,!
Aloxnnder Count). J '
1,0. N. Hitgn? cashier ol thn First National
Hunk of C.t'ro ibi aolemnlv awear thst th Diva
htaivineut is truo to the beat of my belief.
C. N. HUGHES, Cashier.
Sulcrlbed nnd aworn to before tne this 15th
day of .line, Wi. CHAS, CUNN1 GUAM,
Correct a tet. Notary Public.
HUBERT W. MILLER,')
D. IIUHD. Director.
JOHN T. RENNIE. J
HOtT STOKEN,
SAM WILSON,
D ( A L i a i a
BOAT STORES j
OKOCER1E8,
l'ROVISIONS ETC.
Wo. 110
Oim Lkv3e Caieo, III.
oarraa raorrLv ftittu
OAN F1XTEKM.
11. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
OAS S'lXTUIlEH,
Gaa Fitter's ami Plumber's material, Woo
pumpa, globe ami angle valvas, atop
cock, cluck valve, etc.
also AorNT roa
rtill Ilrotberii lHtut Ilry Usus M tttf r
And Mnrehouae, Well ft Co'a Automatic Watat
.iiuicauir ana supply vaive tor steam Dollar.
WINTER'S BLOCK. COMMEKCIAL-ATENU
MlM'KLLAM'Ol'N.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Ave, near Athcnouru.
CAIRO, ILLS.
Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' HOOTS AND SHOES.
And MI.slV nnil Children's Gaiters aud
Shoes,
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which thoy sell at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
They are alo prepared to supply lesdifaanil
Gentlemen with ll..'BK4r OK SHOP WOKK.al
guros tbat dfv couiueililon. o-lSlf
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARGEST VARIETY STOCK IK TBI CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY GLOW.
I'orsier mt Mlsst)tcsilli atrsa4tMjl Qmm
" -
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
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