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OOPICEI, S"CJIjIjEa?I3Sr BTJHjXI3STO-, OOB. 12TH STEBET A. IT 3D "WSI-HlSTa-TOIiT -A.V333r'0'33.
JOHN H. OBKRLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JULY 26. 1872 .
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AY
Wc are authorized to announce COL. It.
JLTOWXESm a candlelit for 8cntor In
this Senatorial district.
We are authorized to announce JOHN .
HARM AN a a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing election In
KOIt COUNTY ATTORNEY.
Wo are authorized to announce II. W.
WEBB, Esq., an a candidate for County At
torney, at the cmul'iir November election.
We are authorized to annotinco PETER
S.VUP a a candidate for .Sheriff nt the c-n-u-Ing
We are authorized to uuuouiice HAMIly
TON IRVTN as a candldato for re-tleciloii
to the office of tiherlff of Alcmidcr county.
DR. D. A. PARKER FOR GREELEY
Ecuoa Rclisti. Please announce me an In
dependent candidate lor lrKlltor In the tower
Mouie ol the General Assembly ct (hi Male
Aa rneu ID Ilia deye ol honeat government had
(o announce their rinclplta or hobby, aa veil a
themselves, and appear before the lr constituents
and defend them before thejr coulj get office, I
llleve they sloulndo so now, and will y to
the votera of Jackson, Union, end Alexander
tountiea, without awaiting the decision of anjr
man or party, I am for Horace Orerley fur Preal.
lent, ari'J II. Grafs Urown for c Preside nt and
t adorse the Cluclnnatt platform, I m for a free
scrub rn; and against Ibe primary system of
electing men to oUlce. I am against the itock
.w In thin county and for the repeal of the Ohio
. iuor law, 1 am lor the abolishment of the
rand Jury to lla lowest constitutional limit, and
I lie revision of the traverse Jnrjf so that Intelll
'nl men e hall cot be disqualified to sit on It In
tiea of felony. I am for free (rule, Mual
1 motion, equal representation, and honest men
ii office, even If I hate to be defeated to gat
i . rn there. If A. Hsar. If
AritS. ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Street, botwwn Washington
itnd Commercial Avenuei,
I receiving dally new Invoices of
f etery dererlptlon, and t i'airaa voHciv thi
THE LATEMT bTYLEH OK
PRINO AND SUMMER GOODS,
I ON NETS,
LACES OF ALL KINDS,
DOLLY VAItDEN CLOVEs,
DOLLY VAItDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEX PARASOLS, IH C .
together with all the other art'elea kept In a
r.t Cla Mlllioary and Trimmings btore. To
I r sold at the Tery lowest flure.
BarCall and ace her. o trouble to ahow
Mil 8. McGEE,
a Eighth Htreet, between Commercial and Weh
ftVlon Avenues, la dallr rccelvint
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST STRING AND SUMVIEK STYLES.
Iteai'iel a lull l.ne of
EOW1TETS fie HATS
(Trimmed and untrlmmed,
I K.NClI FLOWERS, RIBBONS, TRIMMIN09
of all kinds. Lares, etc., etc.
tra. Mcfieo has lo large assortment o
I icy Article, auch at
CK TIKa. COLLAR. UNI)ERSI.EEVE,
RUFFS, SASlIE FANS.
An 1 all other articln usually found In a
riRST-CLASS 5IILLINERY STORE
Mrs. Mcflee, In addition to her atock of Fancy
t Millinery (liirui, liiw a fine and complete as-
itmenl ot Cincinnati Cuatom Made Ladle
iril Mlstee' Bhoea and Chlldrens' Boot., Illcfc
mid In Colora. These are Acknowledged to he
I I Hneit and beat shoes in the market, ar.d this
. the only place In the city that make them a
jjCSs'Six and one-half lbs.
Durant's A Coftee Sugar for
One Dollar ; Seven lbs. Now
Orleans Sugar forOne Dollar ;
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Ten, One Dollar and
Si half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Heventy-fivo Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
( )ne Dollar per pound, and ev-
vy thing proportionately cheap
: t WILEY & BIXBY'S.
i . ...
K.OCERIEH KKTAII.Kll AT WHOLESALE
I'HICKB FOR CASH.
AT II. C, TIIIELEOKE'S STORE.
VAmtlNGTON AVKKUK, II ETWEES TENTH
A.VI) ELEVENTH STREET!.
r. i lb, drv Cuba Sugar for - - - S5 00
i5 " " ". ... l 00
f. Iba. A colloo Sucar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
I " Frltno Rio Coilea for - - 1 00
f' 11 Choice " - . 1 00
i! " Old Govcrnmont Java - - 1 00
Teas and other itnplu and fancy Uroco-
i 'a equally at cheap.
Goods now, and full wolgbt given. Call
And Dealer In
YEOETARLKS. FRUITS. EOfiS, LARD,
FRESH HUTTER, ETC.
X2T AH Good warranted fresh, and eold
t the lowcat prlcea.
Corner 9tu and St, Commercial Ave,
ONE OF THE CLOTH A VICTIM OF
"WIFE AND WOMAN.
A HIGH OLD SPREE OF A LOUIS
QUEER SCENES IN A SLEEPING-CAR,
Louisville, July 23. Society here ii
convulied over tho startling cxpoiure of
tbo mitdceds ol tho Rav. Gilbert II. Ro
bertson, paitor of tbo Fourth and Chest
nut streets Presbyterian church
A GIFTED AND ELOQUENT
divine, who came to this city last Septem
ber from Springfield, III., whero ho had
been pastor of a church for four years
preceding. Two weeks ago he sent his
wifu and three children to Xenla, O., and
he received lenvo of absenco for tho sum
mer, and luU Sunday night preached his
farewell sermon preparatory to taking a
vacation. Tho hotuo was crowded, and
tho sermon was unusually brilliant and
eloquent. Last .Monday
HE LEFT THE CITY,
ostensibly to visit his wlfo at Xenla. On
Wednesday afternoon he got aboard the
Louisvlllo car in Chicago with a woman
doublo veiled ; engaged a whole section in
a sleeping car from the conductor, who
know him well.
HE WA ItHL'NK
then, and attracted tbo attention of every
person In tbo car. Ho went into a liquor
saloon near by beforo tbo train left and
returned with a glass of beur in his hand,
which he offered to tho lady ; but she de
clined, because sho Imd the headache. He
then drank the beer. On tho way, beforo
bed time, he attracted tho attention of all
on tbo train by
Hl'OUI.VO A.VI) KISSINO
the woman in full view. At an early
hour they retired and occupied the same
berth until the next morning. Tfie par
ties who occupied tho next section, report
ed to tho conductor that tho loving couple
GOOD TIME ALL JTIQIIT.
This statement is certified to by all tho
train men. Owing to heavy rains the
track wore damaged and the'train had to
lay by tho greater portion of the night
and voices and other sounds could be,
plainly heard. Tho lady was closely
veiled all the way, and her face was not
seen by tho porter, who took her breakfast
to bcr at Lafayette. She is said to bo
black hair and eyes, about medium size,
28 years old ; woro a large cluster dia
mond ring on each of three fingers on one
hand. They reached this city on Friday
afternoon. "He in company with tho same
woman got on the Chicago train here.
WiS fcO EftUNK
that ho fell down whlln enrrying tho lady
a drink of water. Ho was seen in this
condition by tho Rev Stuart Robinson, D.
D, of this city, who it now in Chicago.
He engaged a whole section for Chicago,
hut he left tho train and the woman at a
way ttnUon called Franklin, III., 0G miles
from this city, and returned here on tho
next train. The testimony of the rail
road employes is clear, full, and explicit
as to all the circumstances herein narrated.
In an interview with a reporter last night
II K DENIED
emphatically that ho was in Chicago last
week, or that ho hail tatted liquor on Fri
day last. Ho said that ho had taken a
little laudanum and quinine that day to
check diarrhoea, and that it bewildered
him. He afterward admitted to a mem
ber of the church that ho had taken one
drink of brandy. Ho told a reporter that
tho lady was his cousin, Mrs.
M AKY L. JONES,
wife of Jamc Jones Murdock, of Chicago;
that sho had been in this city meeting
friends, but he could not give the name or
tbo residence of these friends or cousins
her residence or her husband's place of
business in Chicago. He made some verv
contradictory statements, somo of which
KNOWN TO IIK FALSE.
He left last night for Cincinnati, saying
he would remain thero a day or two. Ho
cannot bo found hero to-day. The church
will tako Immediate action in tho case.
The congregation i one of the largest and
wealthiest in the city.
A Texas judge lately decided that bad
cooking on tho part of a wife was good
reacon for granting tho husband a divorce
Our advice lo Texan ladies get a good
supply of Rurnett's steam cooking vessels
We havo a good supply of liurnctt's
Steam Cooking Vessels Call and see
them. A. IIallev
Heavy Rino, glass Fruit Jars, (tin top)
quarts ?1.25 and half gallons, $2 per doz.
Genuine "Mason Improved," Fruit Jure,
(glass top, Eolf scalers,) quarts $2, And half
gallons $3 per dozen. Rest W. G. (iron
stnno china) plates and teas, CO cents per
set. Fino goblets, only 10 cents npieco.
Othor goods in proportion, at
Pausons, Davis & Co.'f,
C-lS-tf 5 and 7 Tenth street.
HOW TO GO WEST.
This is nn enquiry which evory one
should havo truthfully answered beforo ho
starts on Ihls journoy, 'and a little caro
taken in examination of Routes will in
many cases savo much trouble, tlmo tind
Tho "I. R. & W. Route," running from
Indianapolis through Uloomington to'Ilur-
lington, lias achieved a splendid reputation
in tho last two years as tho lending passen
ger routo to tho west. At Rurllngton it
connects with tho great Rurllngton Routo
which runs direct through Southorn Iowa
to Nebraska and Kansas, with close
connections to California and tho Terri
tories; and passengers starting front Cairo
on their way westward, cannot do hotter
than to tako tho 1. 11, & W.nnd nurllngton
This Lino has published a pamphlet
callod "How to go West ," which contains
much valuablo information; alargo correct
map of tho Oreat West, which can he
obtained freo of charge by nddrosslng tho
Genoral Passenger Agent R. & M. R. R
Burlington, Iowa. 7-I2,d&w3ni.
Louis Hlatau's saloon deserves the
popularity Into which it hat grown. It has
been very handsomely fitted up, and Is so
comfortable that it It a pleasuro to whllo
away a spare hour there. The bar It
supplied with all kindt of flno liquor and
wines, and with the best of Fresh Lager
Beer, and Weiss Beer that in delirlousenss
cannot bo excelled. A lunch, freo to
patrons, it spread ovory day, and an article
of Sweitzer Cheese, the best in tho market,
it alwayt on hand. Mr. Rlautau Invites
the public to give him a call, on Eighth
street, betwesn Commercial avenuo and
Ohio Lovce, opposlto the Perry House, in
Rizor't building. 7-2. d tf
II est Weist beer at the Thalia. S-21td
Castoiiia a substitute for Catler Oil
a family physic which is pleasant to tako
and does nut distress or gripe, but is suro
to operate when till other remedies have
failed. It is a purely vegctablo prepara
tion, containing neither Minerals, Mor
phine nor Alcohol, tho result of fifteen
years experimenting ly Doctor Samuot
Pitcher. It is perfectly harmless and far
moro cffectlvo than I'll It, Narcotic Sy
rups or Castor Oil. By toothing tbo
system it produces natural sleep, and Is
particularly adapted to crying or teething
children. It kills Worms, cures Stomach
Ache, Constipation, Flatulency and De
rnngctnent of the Liver. No family can
afford to be without this article. It costs
but 30 cents ask your druggist to get it
for you, and he will alwavs keep it.
Ik you hare tho tooth-ache, if you
want an artificial sit of teeth, if you want
a gold fitting, if you want anything in
tho dental line, go to the splendid denial
rooms of Dr. Williams in NetTs new
brick building on Sixth street, wbero you
will be satisfactorily suited xeundum
THE FUR TRADE.
II. LEVY A CO. l'AY THE HIOHEiT MABKET
Below will bo found tbo corrected list
of prices paid by II. Lovy & Co., for
hides, furs, feathers, wool, tallow, bees
wax, and all kinds of country produce.
Levy & Co. do a very large traio in their
line, and it is a well known fact that they
alwayt pay the highest prices to bo ob
tained in this market. Thoy aro now
Mink $2 00 a 2 25
Wild Cat 60
House Cat 10 a 15
Muk Rat 15
Otter 5 00 a 7 00
Rear Skin 2 On a 0 00
Ii.aver, per pound 50 a 75
niDEH, l-Eii l-ouNU:
Deer Skins 27 a 87J
Reef Hides, Dry Salt 18J a2u
" " Green Salt 9 a 12
Tallow, par pound 0 a7J
reamers, " " ou a eo
Wool, " " 60 a 70
Bceswux " 25 a 28
Tho above prico list is subjected to correction.
THE LITTLE KENTUCKIAN,
No. 03 Ohio levee, is the place whore
they keep tho freshest fish and game, and
the finest wines, liquors and cigars, to be
found In the city. Dinner only twenty
11 vo cents. Open day and night, at all
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
Dr. Parker has neatly filled up the
rooms over tho old post office, whero ho
will attend tho professional wants of his
friends either dav or night. Dr. Parker
will give special attention to the treat
ment of chronic diseases and all cases or
deformity. 7 21.1w
Pat Fitzoekald, of tho sample room
has received the appointment of ugont for
the sale of tho Hamrnondsport, N. Y., Ur-
bana Wine Company's wines in this city.
If the bottle with which wo havo been
favored is a sample of the quality of these
wines, then wo uro prepared to say that
they are among the best we havo over
tasted. He bus just received a large con
signment, which ho is prepared to sell at
the lowest figures. He has alio j.. i.t nd a
large and complete stock ot tho various
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wines of ovcry variety.
With Its gloomy nllfuiluntai, low Milr-
In' drreHHlii, Involuntary 1iuUnfon,
lot of trintu, Nperinalorrlitrn, loan ol
uower. tljiv hrntl. louu or memory
unit llirentcned liiiiiolcurc iiikI luibe.
cllity, lliid it aoverelKn cure In Hum.
nlirey'M lloiiieopnlliic rtil.lr S
TwiityelKlt. Cuinpo.c.l nltr.it in hi valua.
tlx mild nil potent curative tuoy mine
at the ronta the ot rniini lone mi t yi.
tern, arrcat ihedLchargea, nnd I'n.rtt triKorand
I'licmy, llle und iltallt) tot ienlnp man. Tnev
huvft vtirrd thoimn! of eve. Price. $5 in-i
I'lwk (('' ol the boxe and a large ti rial, winch
la very Important id nhstinato or old u.t, or (1
ptr alnslf box. oM by all drug !(' aai hen
iijr mail on level pi ot price. AJjr-jit llnaihrry
Hiit-citio Homeopathic Medicine Co., Wi Una
way.IC. Y. P. G. HSUUU.d
auiilMuowawlr Aiait, Oiifo, Illiuo
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o every descrlpllun,
LATH, SU1NGLK3, OEDAK POSTb
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished on obortcat notice.
Comtneroial.ttv, bet. 10th and llth-sta.,
Our Homo Advertisers.
DR. J. U. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE Orer M. J. McOaulej'a drug atore,
oear corner Commercial arenue and Elan,
teeplh street. S-31tf
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
RE.SIDK.NUK-.no. 21 Thirteenth atrcet, be.
tireen Washington avenue and Walnut street,
mnce 11 1 Commercial arenue, up atalra.
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RE3IDKNCE-cornr.Ninth and Walnut ala,
OnVe corner Mlxth street and Ohio levee,
OfHce houra fromfl a.m. to 12 m and 9 p.m
II. WARDNER, M. D.
RESIDENCE Corner NlneKenth atreet and
"Vaahlngton avenue, near court houte. Of.
flcn over Arier'e Grocery store, Office Hours from
lOM.m. to 12 m. and Irom 2 lo4 n. m.
P. G. Sch'ST
-quips '-o 'J
K V O l N.
72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. HAN NY.
KENTUCKY JEANS, fXTRA,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING
Uls Entire (stock
VERY LOW FIGURES.'
CORNKR 8TU IT. AMD COUUKBCUL-AT.,
rrincipal Office 104 Fifth St., Chi., O
THE ONLY RELIABLE OIFT ENTERPRISE
IN TUE COUNTRY I
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed In
I. 3D. ailTB'a
lleth Hejular Mocthlj
To be drawn Monday, AuguH ith, 1(72.
Two Grand Capitals of
85,000 In Greenbacks I
Two Prizes $1,000 J f
Five Prizes 600 GREENBACKS
Ten Prizes 100 5 (
One Family Carrlaije und Matched Horaea with
Silver-Mounted Harttcaa, worth 1,Wi0.
One Ilorae and DUKiy with .lver-Mnunted liar
neat, worth IWi eath.
One fine-toned Rosewood Piano, worth
Five family sewing machines, worth StWencli.
TMold and ailver lever hunting watehes, worth
from tiO tolJJeacli. I.a.lim goldlrntlnechala,,,
geat'a roI i veit chaint, illd and double plated
ailver table and teaKona photOKrauh albuma,
Jewelry, etc., etc.
Whole number of gilta, C.Wji). Ticket limited to
Agenla wanteil to eell ticket to whom liberal
premium will be paid.
Mcpie tickets one dollar; alx tickets fivedol.
lare; twelve tickets, ten dollars; twenty-five
Circular containing a f.ill llt of prizes, a de
scription of the manner ol drawing, and other
Information in reference to the distribution, will
be sent to any one ordering them. All letters
must be addreed to I.. l. bl.NE, Box, 66,
orricx, Cincinnati, O.
ini WeatSlh t. nov-wAillv
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Leoalized by State Authority and
Drawn in Poblic in St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
Clam G, to n Drawn July 31, 1872.
0,680 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
W Priieaof. 100
1 Prlieof mtV),nm V)
1 " of. 13.4V) 9
1 " of... . 10,000 9
1 " of ",,U 9
4 " of..... ,(; 9
4 " ot 2,600 36
20 " of. 1,010 34
20 " Of 5"0 1B0
40 ' Of.. .. 640 401
Tickets $10 j Half Tickets, $5: Quarter
Ticket!, Z 60.
Our lotteries are chartered hy tho State, are
always drawn at the time named, and all draw
inga are under the supervision of sworn com
mi.vionera. Tho official drawing will be published In the
t. Loui papers and a copy tent to purchasers
We will draw a similar scheme the last day of
eiery monin during ine year isu.
Remltat our ri.k by poatofflce money order.
reg'stered letter, draft nr expreaa fend for cir
cular. Address, MURRAY, MILLEH 4 CO,,
I'. O. box 2110. tit. Louis, Mo.
LIME I CEMENT !
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND 1LLI.NU.
Commercial-av., Foot of Elovcnth-gt.
Best quality of Lime and Cement al
ways on hand, and for sale at the
very lovest figures for cash.
Leave order at the off ce on Commercial-av. at
th font nf Klevnth re novlM..m.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
has opened out an extensive slock of
All ol which are entirely new and of the very
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMPRISES
HATS, RONNETS RIRBONS,
And an elegant asaorlment of
LACKS, FRINOEB, KID OLOTE8, U0SIEHY
and all articles uiuallr kept in a rlrst-class mil
I Mra. Kwander invites the public to vail and In.
speel her stock, whieh she will take pleasure Id
showing In old as well aa new custonr era.
TIIM-EJ J Moasr'Hj'sr. -s
A lino Hock of 'Wutclicii, ClockP. .lowclry
and Snectacleii. PortictU.tr attention given
vo all kinds or watch repairing. Tlio public
sre solicited to coll and compare jirlcca and
raargei. Bole agent for Karl Zimmcrman'i
relebarated watchci, An flue watch they
lie equal to any, and excelled by none In
t ula market. Presentation watches a specialty
torn any design. 0-
Our Home Advertisers.
FIRE AND MAM
I liT s TJ J 1ST a EJ
NIAOARA, N. T.,
Assets ...... 1,4J,216 ii
OSRMANIA, N, Y.,
Asaeta 1,(JS,7J1 H
IIANOTXB, N. Y.,
..720 ei 00
REPUBLIC, N. Y.,
Asset 714,916 00
Comprising the Underwritera' Agency,
YONKERS, N. Y.,
,.. S7I M 61
VIREMEN'fl FUND, T.,
Assets. . f78.wj (X
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Assets 1,4.12. 64't
Our Home Advertisers.
tjtores. Dwellings, Furniture, Hulls and Car
goes, insured ut rales a favnrable as souad, per
manent security will wsrrant.
I respectfully ak of the cltlten' ot Ca'ro,
ehareof their patronage,
C.N. II CM IIK.
TEUTON'IA L I F E INSURANCE
OP CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN A. LIUCK, - - President.
U. KNOBELSDOKFP, - - .Secretary.
Ciias. Heitz, Henry Werer,
A. C. Kerino, A. Misch,
ultAB. WKNTUE, CIIA8. VeROIIA,
Francis Lai'kner, Char. Daeolino,
C. HlRSCH, "VM. ItEINIlARLtT,
The best organised and securest company In
the northwest. The only company which guar
antees a cash surrender value.
CAKL L. THOMAS, Oen. Ao't,
2MIt for Cnlroasid vicinity
W. 11. MORRIS,
.Notary J'ubllc. No. Pub. and I'. H. r-nm
FIRK, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
Asset Jt.,M5,MH 97
NORTH AMURICA, PA
Assets f 2,763,OU0 (si
Assets...... .',214,210 72
Assets ..J1,7SI,1H 86
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y
Assets . J1,U3,839 17
Asseta roo.937 00
As.et IM5.C73 89
Asset - 11,278 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Asset !6W,G I
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, L1H
Assets 30,UCO,0I 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD. LIFE AND
Assets t'.,CO0Oi IX)
RAILWAY PAS3ENGER3 A SURANCE
yndi 50,0ii0 00
Assets 630,W2 00
SAFFORD, MOIUUS & CANDEE,
71 Ublo I.ovec,
City National Dunk, CtlltO, ILL.
Vliaricrotl Ilsirck II, IHI.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. SAFFORD, President ;
?; 8:.tAY,'9K' Vice-President 1
P. M. niactai, chas. Otioia,
R II. CvxxiaoHAtt, II. P. UAttiBar,
neposlUnt nnr Amount ReUe4lrotn
Tea Oalsj Vpwarilsi.
J.NTKHE'JT paid on deposits at the rate of six
percent, per annum, March Island Bepterr.
r 1st. Interest not withdrawn la rdded Itnme.
dlately totro principal of the deposits, thereby
g'vlng them compound interest.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
SO THAT NO OS IUI CAJf CaAW IT.
Open every business dy rrom V a.m. to 3 p.m.,
and Saturday evening lor HA VINO DEPOSITS
only, from t to o'clock.
aiiotf W. HYSLOP. Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HALI.IDAY, Presidents
HENRY L. IIALLID.VY, Vice-PreiMenl;
A. II. SAFFORD. Cashier;
WALTER HYSI.OP, Assistant Cashier.
HraiTs TiTMa, Kokbt II. CumiaiJ,
.''"V k;.H"l"Ar. W. P. lUttinat,
fio. I). illuxsos, HrcriifN Hieu
A. R. tiirroiii.
KiclinnBO, Cola aad failed HUfM
UobiIn lloaKlit aad Hold.
EPOSITS received, and a general banking
huslneaa none. '
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DAMI'.L IIURD, Oresldenti
ROHERT. Mil. . -I I .tt.lVasideat
C. N. HliOIIES. Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PKOMITLY MADE.
EXCHANGE, coin, bank notes and United
State securities bought and sold.
J Inlrrexii 1 lowest on Time He posits.
L'has, bhoenmcjer. vVtn, Schick
CHAS. SIIOENMEYER & CO.
All orJets promptly attended to.
NORTHWEST CORNER OK WASHINGTON AY-
KNUK AND TENTH fT
IMIOItN, S.AKII. KTCi
P. I). Drawer ISSH.
HKAl. ENTATi: AUU.VC'V,
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SECOND FLOOR) OHIO LEVEE,
RUY AND SSLL RlAL ESTATE,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIELK
Aid Har Coavejaoaae of Kisde!
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13 TENTH STREET,
Door, Haati, Hlladm XonldlaK.
Kuve U altera, (woodl Wludowaad Moor
rraraew, Floorlasr, Latb,
Mhtaglea), Glased Hauib, Glaard Hid
Uihfa, (llMcd Tranaoiua,
Haob WdBlsta, Saab lulllr auid Cerda
Bliad raatvaluifs, KuosIbk
Fell, Hooant; Ceuieat. VlMMrlaff
I'aiscr, Carpel Veil, Whlla
Lead, IJaaed Oil, Atacrlcmu W lad aw
Glaam, Eaaxllala auidfrcuclt
IMle Ulan, Pally, U'aaJer'ai I-ouata
Newer I-ipea 1'ateal Cfclmaea.
AOKNTS tor Itock Rlrei Paper Company'
A. oiieMiLiiiy rninuij ifuiiiivnuvui
11. VV John's Iniprovwl Roodug always Oa
CAIRO CITY ROOK BINDERY
JOHN U. OliEHXT .fe CO.,
Ruilctin BuildiDg, corner of 13tk
strcot aud Washington aveauc,
111 Llnl, nf Tl f n . 1 1 n . nnA Dl..a A .
very loaeal vriuea. Haviuz f niaaasrt snT,:
cea of Mr. Huela, who ha hasT oui iuuj
eiperlanca ioooi offcast hiadariea of d. Ceau.
o BuperlDUnd Inla eaiabliahaeai, a cuTcoia-