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OFFICH, BTjrjXjBJTIISr rBTJZXjjDIIWGr-, COB. 12TH STREET A.2STD "WA.SKCHSra-T03ST AVEKTJE.
JOHN H. OBKRLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, JULY 14, 1872
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV
Preaching, .Sabbath at 10) u.m. and 7) p.m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 71 p.m.
Sabbath School, 3 p.m. J. M. Lansilon, Su
perintendent. Rev. It. Tiiaykk, Pastor.
HETIIODIST.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut SU.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10) a.m., and 7 p. m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7p.m.
Sabbath School, 3. p.m. L. W. SUIlwell,
Superintendent. Uev. F. L. Thompson,
wUURCH OF THE REDEEMER (Eplsco
ornlng prayer. Sabbath 10) a.m.
Evening prayers, 7) p.m.
Sabbath School, 0 a.m.
Bev. E. Coax, Sector.
)T. PATRICK'S CIIUBCII-Ninth St. and
Public service, Sabbath 8:10 and 10) a.m.
Vespers, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, 2 p.m.
Service every nay. 8 a.m.
Bev. P. J. O'Halloran, Priest.
IfOUNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
each month at the Prayer room of the Pres
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7) p.m. at
the Prayer room or the Presbyterian
C. Parbonh, President.
4.FR1CAN METUOIlBT.-Fourtcenth, be
4 tweeii Walnut and Cedar.
Sen Ices, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
Kabbath School. 1) p.m.
Clam meets at a p.m.
SECOND FREE WILL, BAPTIST'-KIC
teenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbath. 1) and 3 1. in.
kkv. Kicks, Pastor.
t'REE WILL BAPTIST HOME MISSION
SABBATH SCHOOL. Comer Walnut
and Cedar .Street".
Sabbath School, i) a.m.
FIRST FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH
Servlcci!, Sabbath II a.m.. 3 p.m. A 7) p. in.
Rr.v. Wm. Keli.ey, Pator.
IRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
'Jcdar. between JilntM and Tenth SU.
Preaching Sabbath, 10) a,m. and 71 p.m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 1) p.m. John VanBixtcr
aud Mary Stephen. Superintendents.
ItEV. T. .1. SHORE, Paitor.
ECONI) BAPTIST CHURCII-Fourtcenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only BaptUt church recognized by the As
sociation. Services Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Rr.v. JACon Uhadlky, Elder.
nxmo 'COMMANDERY. No. 13. Stated
Assembly at the Asylum Masonic Hall, ttrst .
and third Saturday in each month.
3AIRO COUNCIL, No. 21. Regular Convo
cation at Masonic Hall, the Mrcond Friday
In nrh mnnth. I
CAIRO CHAPTER No. 71. Regular Con
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tuesday ot everv month.
CAIRO LODGE, No. K F. A- M.-Regu-lur
Communications at Masonic Hall, the
econd and fourth Mondays of each month.
LEXANDER LODGE, 223-Meets In Odd
Fellows' Hull, In Arter'a building, e:ry
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
flnvernnr John M. Palmer:
Lleutenmt-Oovernor John Dougherty ;
Secretary o ' State Edmund Rummel ;
Auditor ui Suite C. E. Lipplncott:
6Ut Treamrer E. N. Bates ;
.J'lpt. Public Instruction-Newton Bateman
Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
ieprcM-ntatlves for the State-at-Large S. L.
Renre-enUitlvc Thirteenth District .lohu
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Senators, First District T. A. E. Holcomb,
if Union, and S. K. Glbon, or Gallatin.
Representative, First District H. Watsou
Judge D. J. Biker, or Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney J. F. McCartney,
Sheriff A. II. Irvln.
Wra. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
Judge p. Bross.
Associate J. E. McCrite and S. Marchll
Jon. Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John U. Gossman.
Mayor John M. Lansden.
Treasurer J. B. Tavlor.
Comptroller E. A. Burnett.
Clerk Michael Howlcy.
Jlurnbal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. II. Pope.
Police Magistrates F. Bross and B. Shan
nessy. Chlel of Pollcc-L. H. Myers.
Mayor John M. Lam-dcn.
First Wurd-P. G. Schuh.
Second Ward C. R. Woodward.
Third Ward Jim. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. StnatH Tavlor.
City-at-Largc W. P. Haftidny and D.
HOW TOG0 WEST,
This is an enquiry which overy. one
should have truthfully answered before bo
starts on bit Journey, end a llttlo care
taken In examination of Routes will In
many cases lavo much trouble, tlrao and
The "I. B. & W, Route," running from
Indianapolis through Bloomlngton to Bur
lington, hat achieved n splendid reputation
in the last two years as tlio leading passen
ger route to the west. At Burlington it
connects with the great Burlington Route
which runs direct through Southern lows
to Nobnuts, and Kansas, with close
connections to California and tho Terri
tories; and pastengers starting from Cairo
on their way westward, cannot do belter
than to lako the I. B. & Y. and Burlington
This Lino tins published a pamphlet
called "Hew to go West ," which contains
much valuable information; a largo correct
map of tho Great West, which can bo
obtained free of chargo by addressing tho
General Passenger Agent B. & M. R. R.
Fred. Blaickendero has engaged a
new pianist, an accomplished musician,
who recently arrived from tho old coun
try. Ho is a very flno performer and
Frod's is a flno instrument; consequently,
tho music of tho Excelsior, 'iko its liquor
and cigars, is not excelled in the west.
Go and listen to Uie music and try somo of
Fred's cool Weiss beer. T.-23 tf
The Bulletin job printing is better
and cheaper than that of any office in
the state of Illinois. We moan what wo
say. Come and sec us I
Louis Blatau's saloon deserves the
popularity in to which it has grown. It has
been very handsomely fitted up, and is so
comfortable that it is a pleaiuro to while
away a spare hour there. The bar Is
supplied with all kinds of flno liquor and
wines, Hnd with tho best of Fresh linger
Beer, and Weiss Beer that in deliriouienss
cannot be excelled. A lunch, free to
patrons, is spread every day, nnd an articto
of Hweitzvr Cboese, the bost In tho market,
is always on hand. Mr. Bluutau invites
the public to give him a call, on Eighth
street, bet we jn Commercial avenue and
Ohio L-vee, opposite the Perry House, in
7-2. d tf
Go to the Thalia for the tt Weiss
beer in town. 5-2Idtf
HOARD Of ALDERMEN.
First Wan' Tames Rearden, A. B.
lord, Isaac Wald.-r.
Second Ward -It. II. Cunningham, E,
der, Q. Stancel, James Swayne.
Third Wurd Win. Stratum, J. li. Phllll.
Fourth Wart' J 10. ,11. Robinson', G. II.'
Sease, J, H. Metcaif.
Dan. IIartuan Iihs received or.o of tbo
largest stocks of Fruit Jurcs ever beforo
brought to Cairo, and is desirous of closing
it out without delay. Ho therefore offers
Mason'a Improved Porcelain solf-scalors,
quarts at $2 00 per dozen; gbtsswire tops,
quarts, at $1.'J& per dozon and half-gallons
at $2.00 perdozen. Thcsoure tho cheapest
pricos in tbo market. tf.
Tuose wishing to havo their pianos
tuned by a competent tunnr will leave
tb'elr orders with Mr. N P. Curtico, corner
of Washington ave.iue and Fourteenth
atroet, (who intends to send for Balmor
and Weber's tuner, St. Louis), or at Rock
well & Co'., book store. 7.6 Ct.
It is Impotsiblo to cook poorly in Bur
nett's Bteam Cooking Vossul. It It worth
doublo the price asked for it, for putting
.up fruit. For tail at A. Hulloy'n, dealer
in stoves and tinwuro. C-'Jolm
Caution. Every gonuino bis of Dr.
McLean's Liver Pills boars tho signature
of Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa., and
their private U. S. stamp. "Tako no
other." The market is full of imitations.
It Is the popular verdict that people who
iHrVe been accustomed to tbo uso of Bitteri
and Cordials aio obliged, eventually, to re
tort to MoLstn's Llvur Tills for permanent
Castohia Is n scientific vegetable prep
amtlon; a perfect substitute for and more
effective than Ctiitor Oil, and If pleasant
to uke. It cleanses the system in a most
remarkHblr, mannor; doei notdltres or
gripe, but operates when nil other reme
dies Iihvo failed. It is reltain to super
cede P1II1, CnslorOil, Nrcotle Syrups and
nil other Purgative and exciting medicines.
Tho Ciituria contains neither Minerals,
Morphine nor Alcohol. By Its cmolient,
soo'.hing effect, it assimilates the food and
produce natural sleep, particularly Sapl
ing it to crying and teething children.
It cures Stomach Ache, Wind Colic, Con
stipation, Flatulency, Croup and kills
Worms. Make your druggist tend for it;
bo will always keop it, as every family
must have it. It costsbut thirty five cents
a bottle. C-28w4,
rBOU THE CELEBRATED SINOEU AND
MUSICAL PROFESSOR, 1'UILIP PlIIL-
" I do not think I over saw a finer toned
orguu tnan this ono, and if I could always
find as sweet a toned organ as this one,
(Simmons & Clough) I should never
trouble myself to carry ono with me."
from the Detroit Peclnsular Herald.
"For both interior finish and exterior
appearance, and in the completeness of sill
their appoinments, these 1 Combination
Organs' aro perfect beauties, whilo for
their musical qualities, both ns regards
quantity and quality of to no, and for va
riety of oxprosslon, pleasantness of touch,
caso of operation, and all thoquallficutions
which contribute to tho perfection of a
deslrablo Instrument of this kind, we have
full confidence that thoy aro unsurpassed
by any manufacture in tho coutry.
"There is no manufacturing institution of
which Detroit can more Justly leel prouJ,
than ot this manufactory of beautiful and
useful Instruments, fur the Simmons &
Clough Orgun Co.'s organs aro now recog
nized the country over, as among tho very
best tbo murkot affords."
(.From the Burling'on Iowa Tribune.
"Messrs. Lang & VnnMetor have just
received a n imber of now organs, and
among them t-vo recommend themselves
particularly, by a now invention which
mukes the tnno mnro liko that of a Onto
wbereforo thoy lire particularly adapted to
accompany tho voice In singing. Tbeso
organs ure supplied with " Scrlbner's pat
ent" qualifying tubes. Through this in
vention an organ having only two sets of
reeds, is u powerful as any other which
has six or eight sets of rcods."
Fritz Sgiieleii's beer saloon, on Wash
ington avenue, west side, betweon Ninth
and Tenth streets, has become u favorite
place of resort. His Weiss beer is always
cool and frc.h and quenches thirst with
magio quickness. Tho bar is also stocked
with tho best brands of whisky and brandy
and hU lino of wines is spiendid. f ritz is
a courteous and clever host, and deserves
liberal patronage. Call ou him.
Wu. Etciiorr has puchased the estab
lishment of Elchoff Brothers, in Cairo,
and now proposes to prosecute tho furni
ture manufacturing business with new
vigor, and pledges himself to sell furniture
of every description, cheaper than ever be
foro. Try him. 0-26tf
We have a good supply of Burnett's
Steam Cooking Vessels Call and see
them. A. Hallet
ORDINANCE KO. 87.
Providing for fencing and improving St.
Be it ordained by the City Council of the
city or Cairo.
Section ' 1. That an appropriation
of Twelvo- Hundred (11,'JUU), doUars
be, and the same Is hereby made,
for the purpoo of enclosing St.
with a suitable tenco and Improving St. Ma
ry's Park. That tho pouts or said lenco fhall
be of red cedar, eight lcet long, five and one
half Tect above the surface of the ground,
and not le. than five Inches In diameter,
with a bac-board or cypres or white oak,
eighteen inches wide and one Inch thick,
with live strands of galvanized Iron wire of
suitable thlcknc, Htretchcd rrom poit to
port, and that the the work be done under the
direction of a ipcclal committee or three, to
be appointed by the JIayor, and by da)V
work or by contract, as said committee may
Section 2. That ald committee be also
authorized to have the log, ntumpi and
weeds In halt) park burned or removed, and
Mich tree planted ux they may think expe
dient. Approved Julv 12th, A. D: 1872.
Jul IN M. LANSDEN, Mayor.
Attest. M. J. Howlky, City Clerk.
ORDINANCE NO. 23.
to determine and fix the amount of revenue
t be raised by taxation Tor the year A. I).
1872, Tor city purposes.
Be ft ordained by the City Council or the
city of Cairo :
Section 1. There shall be raised by tax
ation for city purposes, for the year A. D.
1872, the following sums or money, to wit:
First To defray the contingent and other
expenses or the city, not otherwise provided
for, the sum or 810,001) 00, the same to go
lntOj aud conalltute a part of, the general
Second. To defray the costs and expenses
or making Improvements upon the utrccts
and avenues und public gTounds or the city,
not otherwise provided lor, Ac, the sum or
810,000 00, the Kimc to go into and conitl
tute the Imiirowment tund.
Third. To pay the Interest on the bonds
of the city, not otherwise provided Tor, the
Mini or SHImO Oil, the same to go Into the
Fourth. To pay the interest on the bonds
of the city, iiMied to Fox, Howard & Co.,
the sum or 10,00, the same to be net apart
and exclusively ued for the payment ot said
last mentioned interest.
Filth. To pay the Interest on the bonds Is
sued, or to be IsMletl, to the Cairo & St. Lou
Is Railroad Company, the sum or $4,000 U0.
the same when collected to be set apart and
exclusively used lor the payment 01 said last
Sixth. To pay the Interest ou the bonds
to be l4ued to the Cairo & VIncennes Rail
road company, the sum or 8d,500 00, the
same, wheu collected, to be set apart and
exclusively used tor the payment ol sild last
mentioned interest, thus making in the ag
gregate, the sum ol' $)7,1&0 00. to be raised
by taxation for the purposes above enumer
ated. Section 2. The Mayor and Clerk,
of said city or Cairo, shall, 011
or before the second Tuesday
of Augu-t, A. D. 1872, certify to the
County Clerk of Alexander county that the
city 01 Cairo requires the Mini 01 if,l.V) 00
to ie raicd by taxation lor city purpose.
Suction 3. The County Col
lector of said Alexander county,
is hereby authorized to receive city
orders or scrip iu payment of city
taxes to the extent ot .even twentieths
(7-'.i)) of the amounts due trom all persons
and bodies corporate.
Section 1. It shall be the duty
of the City Treasurer, whenever the
County Collector 01 said Alexander
county shall pay over to him city
taxc, In money or city orders or
scrip, to apportion the money between the
lour several last named tunas lor the pay
ment of interest In proportion to the said
several amounts to be raised tor that pur
pose, and to divide tlie orders or scrip, tund
money, when the said four several sums or
lands ure satlstied) equally between the said
general and improvement lunds. And
it shall be Uie turther duty of
said Treasurer to keep all of said
tunds or sums of money separate
and apart, and to apply them exclusively to
the said several purposes lor which they are
to ue ruiseu, us Herein tpecineu.
Approved July 12th, A. D. Isl2.
JOHN M. LA.NSDEN, Mayor,
Attest, M. J. Howley, City Clerk.
ORDINANCE NO. 30.
In relation to local Improvements.
Be it ordained by the City Council of the
city 01 Cairo :
Section I. That the provision of
artlelo l.v (nine) of an act en
titled, "All Act to provide lor the
Incorporation or Cities and A'lllages,"
pased by tho General Assembly ofthUstuto
at a late se.slon, and approved April 10, 1872,
bo und the samu aro hereby adopted by this
Council anil by said city 01 Cairo, und all lo
cnl Improvements hereafter to be made by
said city, shall bo made, aud the costs there
of assessed and collected as provided lor by
tho provisions of said article nine or said act.
Approved July 12th, A. D. 1872.
JOliN 31. LANSDEN, Mayor,
Attest, M. J. Howley, City Clerk.
ORDINANCE NO. 28.
providing for tlio appointment of a Health
lie It ordained by the City Council of the
cltv of Cairo i
S5ECTION 1. That an additional Po
lice Constable, to act us Health
olllccr, bo appointed by the
Muyor aud City Council, in accordance
with tho provisions of the City Charter, to
hold his olllce from the tlrst day of June uu
til the first dav of October in euch und every
year, provided, he may be removed ut any
tlmo by a majority of the members elected
to both branches ol the City Council. The
duties of Mild olllccr bliull be to examine
from time to tlmo all places and premises In
the city, with a view to ascertain the exist?
ence ol anything that may lead to sickness or
disease ; to ascertain and report to the prop
er ottlccrs the existence ol any nuisance,
placo or thing likuly to bo Injurious to the
public health, and to adopt proper measures
under the ordinances ol tho city tor their
abatement and removal, aud notify all per
sons of tho requirements or the Bourd of
Health and of the City ordinances lu rela
tion thcroto ; to promptly make report to the
proper otllccrs ol the city of all violations of
tho ordinances and regulations or the city in
relation to the preservation of the public
health, and generally to do and perform all
duties, that may be properly, required ol him
by the Bourd or Health or city authorities iu
Section 8. 8ald Police Consta
ble, acting as Health ottleer, shall
have authority to serve all notices,
writs, and processes required lor the en
forcement or all regulations und orul
nances pertaining to the preservation ol tbo
public health of tho city, and for the collec
tion or any penalties Imposed lor a violation
of tho same, and shall be paid a salary at the
rate of seventy-five dollars a month.
ApprovedJuly l-tti, A. V. 1872.
11 JOHN M. LANSDEN, Mayor.
Attest, M. J. llowusv, Cit,' Clerk.
Our Homo Advertisers.
aaUIUN ANU SOMWAUUIAtl.
MILLER &, PARKER,
FORWARDING MERC AMI'S,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, ORIS
Oats, Huy, etc.,
AGENTS fob FAIRBANKS SCALES
kls IV. CAISIW. 1LUHOU.
Z. D. MATUUSS.. X. C .UI1L
MATI1USS & UIIL,
Commissi on Merc hakts
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCi
MO. S4 OHIO E.EVKE.
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., O
THE ONLY RELIABLE OIFT ENTERPRISE
IN THE COUNTRY I
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To be distributed In
I. ID. SirtTJS'S
lch Reguisr Moriblj
To be drtwn Mornlsy, August 6th, U7t.
Two Graxd C'AriTAU of
85,000 In Greenbacks I
Two Prizes $1,000
Five Pilzes 600 1 i GREENBACKS
Ten Prizis 100
Due family Carrls and M'trhcJ Unr.os with
nine oiouniru Han crs, truiin SI, MX'.
One Uonv and Hilary wlili lltei-M. uuled liar
tlPax. MDIItl IWtmh
On- flnr .tnnl Kuwoid I'Utio, worth WO.
Kite fnini j -w(nv nihClilnm, rili f luo.w h.
M in it mil ilrr Inter huntli g wl -hea, wo th
frinn Sill to I Miech La.11 a gui.l I-i t nchld,
g'g. I Te-i chmnf, lid und double 1 lute I
ailrer labia and te.aiKjun- photugrivti ulbJin,
JeHi j, fe , etc.
hole nurebjr ul gilia, C.OUO Tickti llmlt-d to
Azmlt wanted to ell tit ken to whom Ut ml
tfmium will I iaid.
rn gie thKels onu dollar 1 aixtlcVtrta fife dot
lara; twrlm tickets, lea dollars; tweuty five
In u r 1 obtaining a fall list of trlies, adc
criitio of t 11 aiint-r ot diawtnit. and other
information in refeienre 10 the dimnbui on, will
lie arnt to any one onlerins ihem. All IMtera
nv'.-l beldreaedtu L. 1). blNE, B x, 60.
"rrii-i, Cincinnati, O.
H1 Wealoih rt. nov-wtdlv
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Legalized by State Authority and
Drawn in 1'udlic in St. Louis.
Grand Sioglo Number Scheme
Class G, to nc Drawn "July 31, 1872.
6,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
1 Pritenf. ...tJOOO
Of. 13 4UI
Ol 2 .
Tickets $10; Uulf
600 Prises of. 100
" uf l.Oio
Tickets, $5: Quarter
Tickets, $2 60,
Out lotteries urn chartered by the State, are
always drawn at the time named, nnn all dri w
luice are under the supervision ut sworn com-mV-aliiners.
The oflli'lal drawing will b pub!ishd In the
H Loul. pner and a cony sent to purchasers
We will draw aslinilar scheme the last uay of
o) ery mouth during the year 1871.
ItemitHt our rl-k by posmflue money order,
reg'nered letter, draft or expresa 'end fur oir
euVar. Addre, MU1UUV, MILLE 4 CO.,
I". O. bjx UiU. at. Louis, Mo.
S3- Six nnd ono-half lbs.
Durant's A Coffeo Sugar for
Ono Dollar ; Soven lbs. New
Orleans Sugar forOno Dollar ;
threo and ono-half libs. Priino
l.io Coffeo, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar por pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
Our Homo Advertisers.
MRS. ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Street, between Washington
ana uomtnercisi Avenues,
Is recelt In dsilv new Inrolces of
Ul eriry dfsorlptlou, and at Psics tvjoit tsi
THE LATEST STYLES OF
SPBINO AMD SUMMER GOODS,
LACES OF ALL KINDS,
DOLLY VARDEN GLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
Together with all the other articles kept In a
r'ir-i Ciu, Millinery sod Trimmings btore. To
1 old 1 thf very lowest Uur-.
f U nd Me her. Ko tr.iuUe 10 show
On Eighth turret, between Commercial and Wash
ington Arenuca, Is dally recelTlng
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST SPRIKU AND SUMMER STTLE8.
Desldes a full l.ne of
BONlirBTB &c HATS
Trlmmod and untrlmmed,
KnENCU FLOWERS. R1BBON3, TR1MMI.N0S
of all kind. Laces, etc., etc.
Mr. McOee hs alao large aortment 0
I'ancy Articles, such a.4
.NECK TIE. COLI.A1H, UNPERS1.EEVE3,
Aai all other articles utually found in a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mra. McOe. In addition lo her stock of Faner
and Millinery fluotlii, haa a line and eomplo e aa--
annmnui 01 uincinnaii i;uom nt'ie L.aniea
and MlMea' bhoea and Chililrens' Boot, Black
nd In Colore. These are acknowledged to t
ine nreai ant nest annea in in mantel, M.a tnia
s the only place in the city laat make, them a
MRS. M. SWANDER,
haa opened oat an extensive slock ot
All ot which are entirely new and of the very
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,"
And an elegant assortment of
LACES, 'KINOES, KID O LOVES, HOSIERY
ar,d all articles usually kept in a Orit-class mil
Mrs. Kwandir Invitee the puMic tnoall nnd in
) ect her (leek, whivh she will uke ideaiure in
.l:nwln to old aa well as new cuaton ere.
THE FUR TRADE.
II. LF.VY At CO. PAY THE UIOHKST MARKET
Below will bo found tho corrected" list
of prices paid by II. Levy & Co., for
hides, furs, fetithers, wool, tellow, bees
wax, und all kinds of country produce
Levy Sc Co. do a very largo trado in their
iino, and it is n well known fact that tht-y
always pay the highest prices to bo ob
tained iu this market, 'ibey are now
Mink $3 00a 2 25
Wild Cat 60
Uou-oCut 10 a 16
Murk Rat la
Otter 6 00 a 7 00
Bear Skins 2 00 aO 00
BuAVer, per pound 60 a 76
HIDES, PER POUND:
Deor Skins 27 a 37)
Beef Hides, Dry Salt lt))a2U
' 11 Green Salt 9 a 12)
Tallow, par pound 0 a7
Feathers, " " 50 a 65
Wool, " " 00 n 70
Beeswax " " 25 a 28
The above price list is subjected to cor
HfcAL. tUt'l'ASK AUbftDk.
0. WINSTON & CO
REAL ESTATE AGENT3
74 (second tloor) ohio levee,
Buy and Sell Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OP TIELE
And p eparn finnvevaneea of K'ndf!
And Dealer In Foreign and Domestic
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
97 Obio Levee,
Between Ninth and Tenth Btrests,
8TRATTON & BIRD,
(Successors toBtratloe, lludsor. A Clark,)
67 Ohio Jvue, Cairo, IllinoiM
Our Homo Advertisers.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OP CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN A. HUCK, -U.
L'has. TtRtTz, Henrt Weber,
A. C. Kf.kino, A Mtsctt,
o'rus. Wkntiik, CttAS. Vkkoiia,
Kkancis Lai'KNer, Chas. D.iqlino,
C. Hinscu, Wst Reinuarot,
The I). I organised aid aecnret comnanv In
Hie POrthwe.l. The nnltr pnmpaoj which guar-
UK,., emeu nurrrnu.r Taiue.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gkx. Ao't,
2Mlr for Cnl round vlelnlir
Our Home Advertisers.
Cnrterwl Hare 1,
CITY NAT IOW A L BANK, CAIRO
A. B.-ltPP(lR! I'r-i.teat:
H. n TAYLOR, Vl-e.'re.ldenlJ
H, inNt.oi', deeretarr and Treasurer.
P. !. HilrLiT
V. II. Htni'Kri vu
K it. CcaMa'iiiaM,
Pan. 0. Hcaea,
It. r. UAttlSATi
ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL.
Law Department, Washington UnhcrMty.
The regular annual term of this Law School
will open on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOUER Otii, 1872.
JJKull couic. two terms l.x months each.
Students admitted to the Senior Clu. on ex
amination by implication on or before Otto
bcr 5th, 1872. Tuition lee, $80 tlrct year ; 0
second year, Im-lniling u of lllmtrv. For
particulars ntldrc, (J. 31. ST E ART,
Demi of Kaetillv, or
1'rovost Law Department.
7-O-tliw 1 111. LouN, 3Io.
CAIRO CIT1' BOOK BINDERV
JOHN H. nliCRLY CO.,
Bulletin Building, cornor of ? 2th
street nnd Washington avenue,
All Win 1 of Ilm Jlnit na l ItLluj t done t the
erjrlowet ri'lcea. lWiintf eiKaed the serTl
ces of Mr. Hurls, wlio baa had uiany yaara
experience in one of ben Hlnderlea of 81. Lnuu.
m attperlolend tula eatabltitiment, e can oo
fidenllr promts our patron wuric equM to tlut
ot tinr Binderr In I lie west.
J. H. PatiLLirs
Drpol! ot anr Amonnt SleUct lrB
Teas Own Upwards.
1NTr.KK.Sr paid on deposits al the rate ot an
per. 'cm. rer annum, Mnrch ltand Septem
ber tat. Interest not withdrawn Is rdded lmme
dialeljr lotte princlp.tl of the depoelU, thereby
g'vlon them compound Interest
MAHRIKD WOMEN AND CUILDREX MAT
O THAT NO 0 tut CAM DAW IT.
Open ererjf builnea day trom a.m. to S p.m..
and Haturday eyenmi; tor HAVI.NO t)EPU3IT
onl), from f In HoVloeti.
u"tl W. HT3LOP, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
FIRE AND MARINE
X1AOARA, V. T.,
Assets Il.tM.SllS 2i
OERUAKIA, N. Y.,
Assets - l,0Ca,7ll 78
HANOVER, N. T.,"
Assets ..T2a Kl CO
RKPUDLIC, N. Y.,
Asseta .. JU.Wj 00
Comprising the Underwriters' Aktncy.
YONKKRS, N. Y.,
Assets 878 461 SI
AlCtn 45J.193 23
s-ikkmkn's eunw, b. r.,
Anets.... 078.800 00
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Asset 1,41.' BI3
Htores, Pirelllnitx, Knrnltiire, Itnlla nnd Cir
lnure I at m e a f irahlea sound, per
m inetit B.curitr Mr.ll ar rrant.
I rfKiewfiilly k of the cltlien" ot C ro,
shai. of their patrunace.
'. N. IIUOIIKN.
W. f. H ALU! DAY, Prealdentj
I1ENUT L. IIALLIDIY, YicvPrtsidsBti
A. II.MAFFORU, Caihler
WALTKN UYSLOP, Asslslant Cafhisr.
Hraajs TaTtos. Kosttr n. CrxttusaAM,
n1f I.. lUUtUAT, W. P. UltHDAT,
(J i.j. U Wii.IIom, STlfBia Rla
A. 0. Sirroao.
CsehatiBei. Colss nail FsilMt SUavIca
tji Uanartit avssat SValat,
EPllSITa recelyeil, and general banVln.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DIMM, I1UUD, ?reIdeot
ROHERT I . 1 5 . m.IV eildeat
C. N. ill'OUEa, Caahler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EXrilANflK. eoin. hank nolea and Undei
Htatea aeoiirillea (ought and eold.
Inlere-f Allownl uss Tlrnsi Bepejullw.
W. II. MORRIS,
No. Pub. and V. a. Com
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
Aaels fi,W,!M &7
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
Assets 2,73,000 00
AlfrU.,... 51,711.113 84
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y
Aaset - l,3iJ,S'Ja 17
Assets VfiK 00
Aseel SJ15.C73 Si
Assets 1 tty,278 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets SSOO.OuO I
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIKE,
Asset tao,uuo,oon 00
TRAVELERS', IIAUTFOUO, I.JFE AND
Asset 1 1,500 OO J 00
RAILWAY PAHnNOKtW A-SUltANCE
yssets - .'. - $MO,000 00
Assets ISV.SOJ 00
71 Otllti Lvr,
Clt; Nullonal lUnk, CAIRO, ILL.
II. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTIOJ".
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits & Nuts,
No. 134 Commercial-avo.,
IMMIHS. AstSS. KTCl
W. W. THORNTON'S,
IJUILDERS" SUPPLY DEPOT
I3 TENTH STEEBT,
Uoors, StwUi, BUssOav, MassIsUsssjat,
Envtt Oaitera, (wo) WIsssKswsssMI u
rrauara, riesirlaaaj, ius.
MblBsjlea. UUaedl Bawk, OUsmsI BMst
UKhU, ialssssMl " mt.
piosb Wclskta, Msmk PstlUcti stsssl Cssvsto
Bllssd rtutCHUssja, -TSJstar
Felt, Kooflus; Cesssesst, rUstfrissst
Paper, Carpet rlt, WklUi
LroU, l.luaeal Oil, Ameritssus WHMIssw
UIsuhi, Kugllak aadfreaels
Plate Ulau, Puttjr, Ulaslar'a'Peutta
Newer IMpea 1'ateat Cklsssateya,
KU., Etc., ' Kl.
AOENT8 or Rock Rivet Paper Oaapaaj'
tJbiathtiiK Felt and 0arla Cement
11. VV Jobn'a lmprotrd RouSok aliaja
Wltk IU arlsMssssjr attest etna la, !
Iimm of aensea. astersaalai
sower, dlsajr k ad, laaa C aaa
a4 tkreateesed Isaaerear asaMk tea
essiiy, etaMs MTereeajas iai, taa .Maaaaaa
phrt-r'a llouiempalaie k4elie
Tweatyehtlss. O..mpo.. t tt., m t
b.e ttilia ,pd Client .Tttiea tit !
at the rot the ot rani 1 ion uTl .
tem. asrtiat lha dUcharaaa. mil ia-,.,i ian, Ti
ruorty. lite and islit to t'l aatite mamTThie
haTH tU ratal IhlkllSxslJs.il af aa Ska a. VT
pwnageaoi ntuxe. aatahsrs l tJaLaalea
ta very important in trtsimala se aC -uaitioKl
!,, suMay.aU 4ral4a.rl7i mI!
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