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JOHN H. OBEttLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 18T2
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-
.'RESHYTKIUAN Eighth Street.
Preaching, Sabbath at ioj a.m. nmi 7 p.m.
Prayer mcctlntr, Wednesday nt7i !' nt.
.Sabbath .School, :i p.m. .J. M. I.antdcn, 8 u
pcrlntcndcnt. IlKV. II. Tiiaykii, Pastor
MKTHODI8T.-Cor. KIkIiUi and Walnut Sts
rcnchliiK, Sabbath at 10) a.m., and 7 . in
I'rnvcr incciinir. wctincsuav. n ti.n .
Habbath School. :l. ti.m. I,. W. Stlllwcll.
hkv. r . i.. Thompson,
LlIURCH OF Till: RKDEE.MKlt-(Eplsoo.
MoniliiK prayer. SaJiliath 10 a.m.
Evening prayers, "J p.m.
.Sabbath School, 1) a.m.
hkv. t.. loan, uecior.
rsT. PATItlCK'S CIIUUC1I Ninth St. and
w aiiiti(ton Avenue,
l'ubllc service, Sabbath 8:10 and 10J n.'m.
Vcmicih, 7 ii.m.
Sabbath Sciiool. 'J p.m.
Service every dav, K a.m.
Hkv. 1. .). O'IIali.oiia.v, 1'rlei.t.
IVOl'NU MUX'S CHRISTIAN ASSoCIA-
HON. Kegiilnr meetlni; hecond Monday
each month at their room over Rockwell
A; Co'n hook store, Commercial aveutic.
Weekly l'raver mectini;. Kridav. 74 i.m. at
L. . Stim.vvkm., President.
V.KR1CAN MCTH()I)lhT.-Kotirtecnth, he
ivrecn v ainui anu icuar.
.-CCrtcen, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sbbath School. U ti.iii.
KCOXI) FREE- WILL IIAPTIST'-Klf-
t?enth Street., between aliiut and C'cdur.
Senlces Sabbath. 1J and .'1 n, m.
Rev. X. Kicks, 1'a-tor.
IKJIF.K Wll.l. HAPTIST HOME MISSION
SAIIHATll SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street".
Sabbath School. II a.m.
F1HST FKEE WII.I. HAPTIST CHURCH
Service, Sabbath It a.m., 3 p.m. A 7) p. m.
Hkv. Wi. Kkli.kv, I'ator.
FIRST MISSIOXAUY HAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Mnth anil lentil St.
Preaching Sabbath, 10) a.m. and 74 p.m.
1'raycr meeting, W eilneday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 1) p.m. John Vanllaxter
ami Marv fctetihen. Superliitelidi-ut.
IlKV. T. .1. MtoitK.s, IVtor.
SECOXI) BAPTIST ClIUIlC Il-Foiirteenth
Street, lietwecn t fdar anil alnut. I ho
onlv llaptlft ehtirch recognized by the A
oclatlon. Sen ire, Sabbath, II a.m. .1 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Itr.v. Jacijii IIi'.aiii.kv, Elder.
SECRET Oil DOS.
A I HO COMMANDEKY, No. W. Stated
Assembly at the Aylum Masonic Hall, tlrt
aud third Saturday In each month.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No. :!1. Regular Convo
cation at Masonic Hall, the H-coud Friday
in each month.
CAIKO CHAPTER No. 71. Regular Con
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tueday ot every month,
CAIItO LODGE, NO. 2S7 r.& A. M. Hegil
lar Communication at Maoonle Hall, the
i-ccond and fourth Mondays of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, .-.W-Meets III Odd
Fellow' Hall, In Artcr'n building, every
Thurcday evening at 8 o'clock.
rn.tAMin Inlin A f It.lmnf
Lieutenant-Governor .John Dougherty ;
Sccretan' of State Edmund Hummel;
a ...II.. . C V t l..i,I..H
State Trcaurer E. N. ltaten ;
Supt.I'ublic Innnictlon-New ton Itatcman
Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
Uepre'cntatlvei for the State-at-Large S.
L. HeveridKe. .....
Itcprecntatlvc Thirteenth District John
MEMHEIIS GENERAL ASSEMI1LY.
Senatorn, Flwt Dltrict T. A. E. Holcomh,
r Union, and S. K. Gibson, of Gallatin.
Representative, Fltt District H. Waton
.ludsc D. J. Hakcr, or Alexander.
I'twecutlni; Attorney.). F. McCartney,
Sheritf A. H. Inln.
Win. Martin Acfsor and Treasurer.
Judge F. Hro. , . ,. . ,
Associate-,!. E. McCrlte and S. Marchil
don. Clerk .Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John 11, Gorman.
Mayor John M. Landen.
Treantrer J. II. Tylor.
Comptroller E. A. Uumett.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney 1'. H. Fojie. ,
l'ollce Magistrate-F. llroi and II. shun
ncfiy. Chief of Police L. H. Myers.
Mayor John M. Lamdcn.
First AVard 1. G. Sclmh.
Second Wani C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward--Jno. Wood.
Fourth AVard S. Staats Taylor.
CItv-at-Large W. 1. Halllday and D.
nOAItt) OF ALDEUMKN.
Jflrnt Ward -James lleardcn, A. It. Saf
lord, Isaac Walder.
Second Ward R. II. Cunningham, h. Bit
dcr. Q. Stanccl, James Swayne.
Third Ward AVm. Stratton. J. J. 1'hlUN.
Fourth Ward Jno. H. Robinson, G. H.
Seasc. J. II. Metcalf.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
Manufacturers! of nnd Dealers in
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
oak and walnut
Xj tj im: b dee3 1& .
Having tlie nolo right in this city to use the
FULTON DRY KILN,
the best Fatcut Kiln extant, we are espe
cially prepared to furnish at all times, on
the shortest notice,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUMBER.
Attention Is called to our Mock of
CYPRESS FLOORI NG
ViAimber delivered to any part of the city.
Orders received at tho oUlce of
SAFFOBD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
or at that of the company, corner of (Wth
ivcat ana uaic lovee aufpoiwm,
Tbo Cairo Turnora will hold their 10th
anniversary on Monday Scptotnlcr ICth,
nt John Scheel'i garden and hull. No
paint will bo spared to mako tho ontor
talnmont a grand atl'air. Tho celebration
will concludo with a largo ball.
Particulars and programmes will be
furnished in duo timo. The committeo of
arrangements is a Tory solcctod ono, and
know how to manago such things.
St. Louih Weiss beer at Jaeckol's, a
suro proventivo of hcadacho, tick stom
ach, and all tho Ailments incident to the
climate. Try it. 0-3-dtw.
Wo rcspocttully mrorm tho citizens
oi Cairo and vicinity that wo shall open
on or about the lit of September, 1872, in
NcfTs now brick building on Eighth
street, with an cntiro now and elegant
stock of dry goods, clothing, etc.
8-10 tf. Blum & Amso.v.
I'ure Wines and Liquors not a head
ache or a fight in a thousand gallons of
It at the Thalia Saloon, corner Twelfth
street and Washington nvonuo.
0-3-d 1 w.
Aoent's OrrTcEl. O. It. 11. Co.,
Cairo, Aug. 29, 1872.
Hereafter all bills of lading for prop
erty (hipped on tho transit steamer Illi
nois will be signed at the stone depot of
fice. Ja!i. Johnson, Agt.
Wm. Eichhofi has purchased the inter
est of his brothers in tho above establish
ment in "Cairo, and is now prosecuting tho
Furniture manufacturing business with
great success. He has a full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on hand, and can war
rant every article he manufactures. Ho
has also a full stock of lltdtltadi, Chairs.
Tables, Iiurcaus, Desks, ward robes, mat
tresses, etc., always on band, and his prices
defy competition. Salesroom at the fac
For boots and shoes go to Moskovitz's.
I'. SAur's popular Tobacco and Cigar
Storo it located on Commercial avenue,
between Sixth and Seventh streets, and
marked by the unique sign of " the Girl of
toilet articles at
I'rof. L. Kruger is prepared to give
private lessons in elementary as well as in
the highest branches of education in the
English, Gorman, French and ancient
languages, nt tho residences of thoso desir
ing instruction, from Monday tho 12th
inst. Inquire at Judge Bross' otScc.
Ik you wish to inauigo in n delicious
cigar, patronize V. Saup, Commercial ave
nuo If you wish good chewing or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, etc.,
go to P. Saup's popular Tobacco and
Our enterprising dry goods merchant,
Mr. J. Burger, is now in Now York,
making his purchases for tho fall trado
New goods for late Summer and Fall
will begin to arrive early next vveok, for
his clothing store on tho Levee and his
dry goods house on Commercial avenue.
In tho meantime, tho goods now on hand
will bo sold very ctiEAi- to nmko room
for his new stock. His customers will find
gentlemanly clerks at both his establish
ments, ready to show them goods at nil
times, and assist them in making pur
Ik you want Fine Teas or Coffcos, Spices
or canned Fruits, choice fresh Butter, or
tho very best Flour, go toT. W. Carrico's
grocery store on Washington avenue be
tween Eighth nnd Ninth streets.
Four fid i lry rooms on tho second floor.
Inquiro at tbo cornor of Fourteenth street
and Washington avenuo. tf.
House for rent on Division street, bo
twecn Twentieth nnd Twenty-first street
Apply to Mrs. Gafl'noy, Central House.
Pait.h collars, cravats, scarfs, bosom
shirts and hosiery at Moskovitz's.
Mrs. McGee 1ms cleared her sholvcs of
summer goods to make room for tbo largo
and handtomo stock of Fall goods which
she will bo now daily recoiving through
tho Fall season. Her woll known good
tasto and rucccss in pleasing her many
customers is a guarantee that only tbe
latest fashions and host quality of millinery
nnd fancy goods will bo found at her es
tablishment. Lad los are cordially invited
to call and oxamino hor bonnets, hats,
ribbons, shoes, gloves, (lowers, trimmings
fall sorts, otc, otc. 0-7-tf.
THE SIMMONS & OLOUOH OKGAN I
NEW AND LARGE FACTORY KRtCTKD ITS
SIZE, CAPACITY, LOCATIONS, ETC.
From the Detroit 'Trlhune.'l
Messrs. Simmons. Cloutrh & Co., manu
facturers of reed organs, etc., having mot
with n remarkablo success in business, on
account of tho excellence of their wares,
found their quarters tbo block occupied
by thorn on Miama nvonuc, near tbo
cornor of Gratiot entiroly too small.
Consequently thoy havo entered into ar
rangements to Incroaso tho capacity of
thoir works, and in doing so expect to bo
fully ablo to supply all tho domunds that
may bo mndo upon them. Thoir builncis
has grown to immenso proportions,and.not
withstanding their cntcprislng disposition
and qualities, they havo Icon unable, dur
ing tho past year especially, to keep paco
with thoir orders. This ttuto of affairs Is
gratifying uliko to tho city and to tho
On tho 1st ot January a now partner
ship was formed, which is to last threo
years, and it will bo known as tho Sim
mons & Clongh Organ Company. F. J.
Simmons, James E. Clough and Joseph A.
Wnrren are to lie tho general partners and
Jetxo H. Fnrwell W admitted as a special
partner, tho latter contributing $30,000 to
tho capital stock of tho concern. Ar
rarigumenls havo also been perfected
whereby tho capital stock can bo increased
at any lime, and the members of the firm
aro fully ablo to carry thcrn out.
Nor Is this all. The company havo pur
chased a lnrgo lot on the north-east corner
of Congre and Sixth street.', upon which
they Have erected a manuiactory oi largo
capacity, and ono that in completeness of
detail, durability and in exterior finish is
a decide ornament to that part of tbo
city. Wo nro unable to give a minuto
description of tho structure. It has n
frontage of 120 feet on Sixth street by 60
feet on Congress street, and besides a high
basement is four stories in height. Tho
lot has a frontago on Sixth street of 120
feet, and on Congress street of 138 foot.
Thus it will bo seen that there will beabund
unco of room. Soparuto from tho main
building thoro is au engine-room, dry
kilns, etc., and In tho course of time an
addition will be mado to tho former so as
to give it an "L" shape.
Tho factory it supplied with a 40 horto
power engine, and new machinery
throughout, nnd is one of the larges
buildings used for manufacturing pur
poes in this city. The cost of the build
lag is estimated nt about f 100,001). Tho
new building will accommodate all their
employe., and besides being commodious
will b'o heated by steam. It was com
puted and ready for occupancy on the 1st
of May, 1872.
Tho company manufacture -10 different
styles of instruments, which sell for from
$60 to $500 each, and tbo creat demand
for them is the best proof of tbeir quality.
Their "cabinet styles" have become creat
favorites wherever they have bee intro
duced, especially since the introduction
Into them of tbo stops, tbo Vox Ctlait and
the Louis patent Vox Humana. To their
grand combination organs they aro ap
plying a wonderful invention which is
known as Scribnor's patent "qualifying
tubes,'' which impart to tho organ a smooth,
flute-liko quality of tone and incroaso the
power and brilliancy of tho music. Tho
new company Is composed of energetic
business men, and they undoubtedly nave
a good future before tnem. 9-3tf.
HOW TO GO WEST.
This is an enquiry which overy ono
should havo truthfully answored beforo ho
starts on his journey, nnd a littlo care
tnken in examination of Routes will in
many cases tavo much trouble, timo and
The "I. B. & W. Route," running from
Indianapolis through Bloomington to Bur
lington, has achieved a splendid reputation
in tho last two years as the leading passen
ger routo to tho west. At Burlington it
connects with the great Burlington Route
which runs direct through Southern Iowa
to Nebraska and Kansas, with closo
connections to California and tho Terri
tories; and pasiengers starting from Cairo
on thoir way westward, cannot do bettor
than to tnko'the I. B. & W. nnd Burlington
This Lino has published a pamphlet
callod "How to go West ," which contains
much vcluablo information; alnrgocorrect
map of tbe Great West, which can bo
obtained freo of chargo by addressing the
General Passenger Agent B. & M. R. R.
Burlington, Iowa. 7-12,d&w3m.
A Gem. Tho Evening Star is tho most
beautiful sheet-iron cylinder wood stove
made. It is durable, economical, and tbe
poor man's friend. Everybody should
hnve one of tbeso oxcellant stoves
LIKE "QUAKER'S OUN8"
Artificial teeth aro of littlo uso and easily
dotectcd. Take caro of tbo real ones. All
you noed is fragrant Sozodont; use it dal
ly and your teeth will bo tho last of nature's
gifts to fail you. sept8-d&w-lw
Triumphant' rou Twinty Years.
Mnro than twenty years ago tho Mustano
Liniment mado its debut in tho West. Its
cures of tho various external diseases of
horses and cattlo, astonished tho planters
and farmors of tho Mississippi nnd Ohio
Valloys, and a demand for it sprung up
which necessitated its munufacturo on an
oxtensivo scalo. Soon the discovery was
made that it was a grand specific for rheu
matism, gout, neuralgia, ear-acho, tooth
ache, and other external ailments of man
kind. Thon it was tried as a hoaling, pain
killlnc application, in cases of outward in-
St. Louis Advertsoments.
Two good Boot makers, plenty of work
and good pay. Apply to R. Jones
Com. avo., hot. 10th & 11th sts.,
9-7-at Cairo, Ills.
Blankkniiurq ahkadI Winos and CI
gars I oldest and oboicost, at tbo EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposito tho Post Office
Finest of Liquors, Froo Lunches and mu
sic overy day. Tho groat Liberal and
Democratic,Grecly & Brown drlnko Weis
Bkkr, is mado a specialty, and Fredpridot
himself upon keeping tbe freshest and
coolest in tbe ctiy. Lemonades tbo cold
est, mixed drinks and mtuio tbe finest
Go there. 0-27tf
jury, such as cuts, bruises, burns, spasms,
tscc, ana was louna equally scrviceaoie.
Tho famo of tho new remedy for tome of
the most painful ills that afilict mankind
and the lowor animals, spread rapidly, and
Mustang Liniment toon took rank In
ovory State and Territory of tho Union as
a standard cure. sopt8ood&wlw
Caution. Every genuine box of Dr
McLean's Livor Pills boars tho signaturo
of Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa., and
thoir privato U. 8. stamp. "Take no
othor." Tho market it full of imitations.
It is tho popular verdict that people who
havo boon accustomed to the uso of Bitters
and Cordials aro obliged, eventually, to re
port to McLean's Liver Pills for permanen
On Tburtdayjlast, between 3 and 4 o'clock
pm., either botween Nineteenth and
Twentieth strcots on Poplar street, or be
tween Poplar and Commercial avono, on
Twentieth, .a pocket book containing
$108,10 catb. A liberal roward will be
paid on tho return of tbo above to Tub
Bulletin offlco or to my confectlonory,
in Buder1 block. j ossru smith.
D. C. JACCARD L CO S Il
lustrated Price List and
Catalogue of Waltham, How
ard, and D. C. Jaccard I Co's
Watches, Jewelry, and Solid
Silver and Plated Ware, &c.
When In St. Louis you are
invited to inspect their mag
nificent JEWELRY establish
ment Nos. 401 & 403 N.
FOURTH Si., Corner of Lo
cust, Odd Fellows Hall.
MrWatches, Clocks and Music
Boxes Repaired and Warranted.
Orders by mall promptly atten
TO SELL TUE FABLOR STEEL INOKAVINQ
"CHRIST WEEPINO OVER JERUSALEM,"
From Hit Cms. Eiitliii'i celebrated Enullth
piloting, Ad by America's best engratrr. All
who tee It want It at once. Applr to VALLET
PUBLISUl.Na COMPANY, St. Loufi
ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL.
Law Department, Washington University.
The regular annual term of this Law Schoo
will open on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER OTU, 1872.
Full course, two terms six months each
Student admitted to tho Senior Class on ex
amlnatlon by application on or before Octc
her 6th, 1872. Tuition fee, $80 first year ; $.
hecond year, Including use of library. Foi
particular addres?, G. M. STEAItT,
Dean of Faculty, oi
l'rovost Law Department,
C-d&w 1 m. St- Loult. Mo
FOR COMMERCE CAIRO AND CAPE
GIRARDEAU AND ALL WAY
Thi fine steamer
Our Homo Advortisors.
TOM HARMON Master.
Will leave for tho above points this day
at 2 p.m. For freight or passage apply
on board or to Jab. Bioca, Ag't.
REGULAR CAIRO, PADUCAH & EVANS
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY U. S.
The Fast and Elegant Puitnger Steamer
.Iack Grammer, Master.
Ei. Thomas, Clerk.
EST Leaves Cairo for Paducah and Evans
vllle, every Thursday and Sunday evening,
atC o'clock, connecting at Evausvllle with
the LouUvlllo and Cincinnati packets. For
freight or passage apply to
James RiuctiPaenger Ag't.
REGULAR CAIRO. PADUCAH & EVANS
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The fine Passenger Packet
HEN. HOWARD Maoter
Nkglev Rudd Clerk
tSTLeaves Cairo for Paducah and Evans
vllle evcrj- Tuesday and Friday evening at 0
o'clock. For freight or passago apply on
board or to
James Rioos, Passenger Ag't.
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANSVILLE
SOU-WEEKLY MAIL line packet.
The fine low pressure Passenger Packet
W. 11. PENNINGTON Master.
ISTLcavcs Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday evening at 0 o'clock, for Paducah
and Evansvlllc. For freight or passage ap
ply on hoard or to
JAME8 uiaGa, rassenger Ag't.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
Tbe splendid steamer
Dick Fowlek, Captain.
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted,)
at a.m. or ircigui or passage appiy on
board or, t JanStt
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
TEAM TUG, .
Will make three trips dally-
At 7 a.m.
At 11 a.m
LEAV'd MOUND CITY
At 8:30 a.m.
At 1:30 p.m.
Fare each way, 30 ccuts: 10 tickets for
2 50. Will land, when hailed, at any good
Intermediate lauding for passeugcra or
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
Hat opened a Harness Shop ou Washington
Avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh
Streets for tho purpose of MANU
FACTURING all kinds of
DOUBLE & SINGLE HARNESS
Halters, Ubidlkh, &c,
Which hr Keeps on sale or will mako to
order. His motto Is ; "Good Stock, good
work, and justice to all men."
All IHmla nf rpniilrlnfr rinnn with tiAAtnnau
and dispatch. Give urn a trial, you will
find he don't propote to "Stand on a borne
Our Homo Advertisers.
CkrtN1 March II, IHt.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. U. SAFFORD. President;
S. H. TAYLOR. Vice-President;
II. HYSLOP, Secretary aud Treasurer.
P. M. BiacLAT, Cut. Gmattta,
F. H. Brocartaia, Patl O. Bcnca,
R. U. CCMtHOHAH, II. P. IlALltOAT,
J. M. PatLltn.
Bpoalta e! tuir Aatottat Hceclvrxl trom
Teas CcttU Upwarela.
JNTERE8T paid on deposits at the rate ol six
percent, per annum, March let and Beptem
r 1st. Intereet not withdrawn It rdded Imme
diately to the principal of the deposit, thereby
gtTtng them compound Interest.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAT
O THAT HO oat IUI CAR DaAW IT.
Open every batlneae dr from .m. to 3 p.m.,
and Baturdar evening lor BAV1.NQ DEPOSITS
onlj, from f to I o'clock.
auotl W. HT8LOP. Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HALL1DAY, President;
HENRY L. BALLIDAY, Vice-President;
A. B. HAFFORD, Cashier ;
WALTER HTBLOP, Assistant Cashier.
Btaats Tatlob, Rottar B. Ctxsikoha
fliatT L. Haiudat, W. P. Ballieat,
Oio. I). Wiuuiuoa, Btiraxa Bub
A. B. BArroao.
Ex chance. Cola tsad United Hfatea
Beada Baagat aad Sold.
KPOSITS received, and a general banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL BURD, President t
ROBERT. MIUuBR. Vice-President
C. N. HUGHES. Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCHANGE, coin, bank notes and United
States securities bought and told.
laterewt Allowed oa Time lepniltn.
DOORS. SASH. ETC I
W. W. THORNTON'S.
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13 J tenth btbmt,
Doora, Saaa, Bllada, Mealdlats.
Eave Clutters, (wood) Window and Door
rramea, Flooring-, Lata,
Sfalaglea, Slated Saaa, Olaaed Side
Llf hta, Olaaed Transoms,
Saab Weights, Saab Faille aad Cords
Blind Fastenings, Booflag
Felt, Kooang Oeatsat, Plastering
Paper, Carpet Felt, White
Lead, Unsed OU, American Wladott
Glass, Eagllsa aadFreaeb
Plate Glass, Patty, O'aaler's Points
Sewer Pipe. Patent Chimneys;
Etc., Ktc, Kse.
AGENTS tor Rock Rivet Paper Company'
Hhuthins Felt and Quarts Cemont
W John's Improved KooBna always on
LIME ! CEMENT !
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLlNlK
Gommeroial-av,, Foot of Eleventh-it.
Beit quality of Lime and Ctmont al
wayi on band, and for talo at tna
Try lowMt ftgura tor eats.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAGARA, N. Y.,
Assets 11, 430.210 V
OERUANIA, N. Y.,
Atsets 1,068,711 Tt
I1ANOVER, N. Y.,
Asset m 720 Ml ou
RXPDIILIC, N. Y.,
Assets - 711,925 00
Comprising the Underwriter!' Agency,
YON K KK8, N. Y.,
Assets 878 M SI
Assets . 4S3.193 23
FIRKMEN'b FUND, 8.
Assets.. 878.80O 0
SECURITY, K. Y. MARINE,
Assets . 1,132,849
Uteres, Dwelling, Furniture, Hulls and Car
goes, Insured ut ratn a favorable as sound, per
manent security will warrant.
I respectfully art of the cltltens ot Cairo,
share or their patronage.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OP CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN A. HUCK, - - - President.
0. KNOBELSDOKPF, - - - Hecrctary.
Ciias. Keitz, Uk.nry Wedeb,
A. 0. KxaiNo, A. Miscii,
Crab. Wkntke, Ciiab. Vkuoiia,
Francis Lackner, Ciias. Daeolino,
C. IiiRscii, "Vm. Keinuardt,
The best organized and oecureit company In
the northwent. The only company which guar
antees a cash surrender value.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
IWlv forCnlronnd vicinity
Mo. Pub. and tt. 8. Coin
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
Assets - 8,M9,50 97
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
Assets 12,783,000 00
Atieta..... 12,54 4,210 72
Alien ...S1,781,H9 80
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
Assets - 11,333,898 1 7
Assets 1313,073 88
Assets S13,278 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets 8300,000 0
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE,
Atsets ;. 130,000,000 00
TRAVELER?', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Assett 11,600,000 00
RAILWAY PAHSENOER3 A'HURANCE
yets JJO0.O0O 00
Assets 1C30.862 00
SAFFORD, MORRIS & OANDEE,
71 Olilo Levee,
CIV National Hank, CAIRO, ILL.
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCK Y
DAY OF THE DRAWING FIXED,
FROM SEPTEMBER SStli.
To the Public:
Tlio Tnifctees ot tho Public Library of
i.'oiitni-lfv ln'liif Kiitlhtlnit from the liirL-o sain
nt tlck-nt alroailv made, anil the dully In-
iircaslng dcniatuf for them, that thero will bo
tio occasion lor poMponuig uiu acconu uraw
ing In tho Girt Concert In aid of tho l'ubllc
l.turary ot Kentucky, have Instructed me, an
Ihelr ujjent aud manager of tho GlltConcert,
lo say to tho public und ticket-holders that
ilia drnwiue will nosltlvelv tuku tilaco on
September 28th pros., and will not ho post-
roneu, aii uciivo uciiuinu lurticKuta comes
Irani even Statu and Territory of thu United
.Slate, und from thu Canadiii, giving assur-
unco to tno Trustee!) mat no circtmibtauco
i-uii nrovont a druwlmr nt atmoliited time.
A utimcieui clerical torco is cngugeu to
keep up with tho order for tlckctH, and In
order that this olllco may bo relieved oftlio
immense prosuro Incident to tho business lor
tlio weeK or two immeuiateiy preceuing mo
drawing, ugentH etpeclally, und those desir
ous of procuring tickets, nro requested to
tend In their orders Immediately, as sales
Will havo to bo closed in timo to mako tho
neectsary preparations lor tho draw ng. It
is tho wish of tho management to I I every
order for a ticket, a? well us to tell all tho
tickets, but thoso who app y tirst mi st tlmt
iiobiippllcd;and If those who put oil buying
until tales aro closod havo their money re
turned Instead of tho tickets ordered, us In
Iho tirst Ullt Concert In December last, who-i
lUotisanda of dollars that cuuio too lato were
tent baclr, they will havo uono to blame btlt
THOS. E. BRAMLETTE,
Agent JPublio Library Kentucky.
LouiiVlLLX, KY., Augutt 19, 1872.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
too Mllra the Mtortetit Rate
Cltjhlr MllentheRhorteat tit
TO ST. LOUIS
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONL. 'NE CHANGE OF CARS
OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, i.. lUtinpo)., Toledo,
Detroit, Clevelnncl, NUgara Ftllt,
llutlalo, I'lttubuiR, WMhlnt;toD.
Ualtimore, PliHlellil, New Vork.
Boston and all points east. "
Miliraukle, Janpsrltle, Madison,
Lacrosse, St. Paul and all points north.
This It also tho only direct route to
Decatur, llloomlngton, Mpringeld,
Peoria, Cjulnuy, Keokuk,
Burlington, Rock ItUnd, La Balle,
Mendota, IMion. Kreeport,
Utlena, Dubuqur, f loux City,
Omaha aud all points northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping C
On nil Night Traint.
B)iKB Checked to all Important points.
For tickets and Information, apply to I. C, R.R
depot it alro; on board trie transit steamer be
twenu Columbia and Cairo, and at tne principal
rallroa I ticket ortlcos throughout the south.
W. P. JOIINiON, Oen'l ras. Ag't, Chlcajo.
A. MucniLi, Gcn'l bup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1S72
trains will run ns follows:
TK1IS OOtXd KOCIIIIAIT.
Leare Vlrtlnla 0:40 a. m 1:33 p.m.
" Sprlngfleld,. W:0 3:f "
,' Tavlorvllle 10 3 " 8. 0
Arme at Pan.- 11.10 ' 8.17 "
Leave Psna 4.00 a. m .3.33 a. ra.
Tajlorill 4.40 4.8 "
AtriTetBprlgflrlcl...0.l ' ...... .....00 "
Leave Hpnntfietd. (1.5 " 0.10 "
Arrive at Virginia 8.5 " 8.1S
taxiss udino recniiAST,
Leave Edgwood &.:io n. m. 10.10 p, m
" Flora S.S ' 11.40 "
Arrive at Shawneet'u .'-H " 3 15
FOR SALE, 1 For sale yoR SALE,
' I Fcr!?slej '
Fare from Liverfool,
Fare from Londcndbbrt
Faro from Qlasoow,
Faro from Qukekstowk
10 CAIRO, ;::::::: 4820
Barlord. Morris A Ca
HENRY H. MKYER,
DECORATIVE, SIGN aud ORNA3IENTiVL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
of every I)ecrlptIon.
DECORATING AND GILDING
in overy stylo, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Glass Gilding
Orders solicited for Scenery, Krescoo aim
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All work in
trusted to my care will lie promptly at
tended to. Shop in Perry House, corner of
Commercial avenue and Eighth street.
On Eighth Street, hetween Commercial and Wash
ngtou Avenues, Is datlr receiving,
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST smiNO AND HUMMKR STYLES.
Resides a lull line of
Trimmed and untrlmmed,
FRENCH FLOWERS, ItlHIIONB, TRIMMINGS
of all klndt. Laces, etc., etc.
Mrs. McOee hat also a large assortment o
FHncy Articles, such an
NECK Tl.a, COLLARS. UN DERSLEEVE8,
RUFFS, SASHES, FANS,,
And all other articles uiually lound In a
FIRST-OLA8S MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McDee, In addition lo her ttoek of Fancf
nnd Mlllinety Goods, has a nno and compleie at
sertment ot Cinoinnati Custom Made Ladies
nnd Mltsea' Shoes and Chlldrens' BooU, Black
and lu Colors. These are acknowledged to be
lie finest and best tbos lu tbe market, ar.d this
he only plsoi) in the city tbat make, them a
DR. 13. C. TABER,
Will resume tho practice of his profctsion,
with especial rcferenco to tho electrical
treatment ol diseases in all tho new and im-
In all eases of privato complaints a lady
will bo In attendance.
Olllco, lis Commercial avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
RESIDENCE Hn.'il Tbirteeuih D
JAi tween Washington avenue and Walnut street.
Oince Hi Commercial avenue, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, 31. D.
SESIDKNCE-coruerNinth and WtJnnt ttt,
Ofbce corner Sixth street and Ohio levee,
ce hours from s-in. to l!l m., and p.w
H. WARDNER, M. D.
DESIDENOK-Coraer NlneHenth ttreet t4
It Washington avenue, near court house. Of
fice over Arier't Grocery Store, OSoe Hosts trota
10 a. m. to 13 m. and 'om to 4 o. m.
It. 8. BRIG U AM, M. D.,
. . ... . .
flee 184 Commercli
l and I
Homeopathio PhytlciauatMl Nitti. Of.
a lilt! Commercial avenue. u--l-- n.
Tenth ttnet three door west of C.sTwas