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OPPICB, BtTIjIEJTIIET BITIIjDiasra-, OOI. 12TH STEBBT A.1TX3 WASHIlTGTOlir
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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1872
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
l'UESHVTKItlAN' Klfflith Street,
rreachllitf, Sabbath lit 10) ii.lri.nml pan.
l'ravr-r mcptlni,', Wednesday at "1 p. in.
Sabbath School, fl p.m. J. M. Laiiideti, Sit
pcrlntcndent. IIkv. II. Tiiaykii, l'ator
MKTTIODIST. Cor. Khchth and Walnut SU
Preaching, Sabbath at 101 a.m.. and 7 p. in
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7t p.m.
Sabbath School, it. p.m. h. W. htlllwell,
Superintendent. Rev. F. L. Thompson,
ciitTitoii of Tin; m:i)i:i:.MKit-(Kpisco-
Morolnjr prayer. Sabbath 10 J a.m.
Evening prayers 7J p.m.
Snbbnth School, V a.m.
Hkv. K. Coa.v, Hector.
ST. PATRICK'S CIIUItCH Ninth St. and
l'libllc service, Sabbath 8:10 ami 10 a.m.
Vcprre, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, 'i p. 111.
Sen leu every ilay, 8 a.m.
Iti'.v. P..). 0'II.u.i.oiian, Prk-t.
VOt'NO MK.N'S CllltlSTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Iteanlar meeting aecohd Monday
each mouth at their room over Rockwell
fc Co' book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly 1'rajer meeting, Friday, 7 p.m. at
I.. Y. Stii.LWKLL. I'rufldent.
AFlllCAN .Miri'lKJDlST. Fourteenth, be
tivecn Walnut and Cedar.
Sen lre, Sabbath, 11 a. 111.
Sabbath School. 1 p.m.
Clan meet at :l p.m.
EC'OND FREE WILL HAPI'lsT'-l'If-vcntli
Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
crIcea Sabbath, 1 and .1 p. m.
Itr.v. N. UicKh, Pastor.
fjti:i: will haptist iiomi: mission
SAII1IATI1 SCHOOL. Comer Walnut
and Cedar Streets
Sabbath School. It a.m.
PlltsT KIti:K WI1.I. HAPTIsT CHl'ltCH
Sen fees. Sabbath II a.m., :i p.m. it 7 p.m.
Hkv. Wm. Kim.i.kv, Pa-tor.
F1HST MISMONAKY HAl'TlsT CHCHCII.
-Cellar, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath. 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Prayer meeting, Wcdni-day evening.
Preaching, Friday evening,
sabbath school, 1) p.m. John Vnnltaxter
and Marv .-tephens Superintendents.
I!i:v. T. .1. Siionns, Pastor.
-SKC'OND llAP'l'IsT C HL HCII rounoenth
Street, between Cedar ami Walnut. The
onlv lt:iptit ehureh recognized by the A
.-enlces Sabbath, 11 a.m. .1 p.m. ami 7 p.m.
lti:v. .Iacdii 1Iiiaii.i:v, Elder.
AIUO COJIM ANDERY, No. l.'l.-SLitcil
A'-cruUy at the Asylum Masonic Hall, llrt
ami third Saturdays In each mouth.
CAIRO COINOIL, No. !M. Regular Convo
cation at Masonic Hall, the second Friday
In each month.
CAIKO CHA1TKH No. 71. Regular Con
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tuesday ol even' month.
CAIHO LODGE. No. ill F.& A. M.-Rcgll-lar
Communlcatloin at Maonle Hall, the
second and fourth Monday of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, '.hJy MceU In Odd
Fellows' Hall, in Artcr'- building, every
Thursday cv enlng at 8 o'clock.
Oovcnior John .M. Palmer :
Lleutenant-Govcnior John Dougherty ;
Secretary of state Kdmund Hummel ;
Auditor or state O. E. I.lpplncott :
State Trca-urer E. N. Hate;
Supt. Public Intnictlon-Newton ltateman
acr.Uor Lyman Trumbull and John A.
'lcprewntallve for the State-at-Largc s.
Representative Thirteenth Iltrict .tolin
MEM1IERS GENERAL AssEMHLY.
Senator;, Flrt DI-trict T. A. K. Holcomb,
sf t'nlon, and S. K. Olb-on. of Gallatin.
Representative, First Di-trict II. Watson
nudge D. J. Raker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attoniey d. F. McCa
Sherltr A. II. In In.
Wm. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
count v cocht;
JudRe F. llros
Aoclatcs J. i:. McC'rlte and S. Marchll
don. Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Goman.
Mavor John M. Lan-dcn.
Tre'aurcr J. It. Taylor.
Comptroller K. A. Ituruett.
Clerk Michael llowlej.
Mar?hal Andruw Cain.
Attonicv P. II. Pope.
Police Malntratef F. ISron and II. Sl.an
nekv. Chief of Police-I.. II. Myei.
Mayor John M. l.anvlen.
Firt Ward P. G. Schuli.
Secoml Ward C. It. Woodwanl.
Third Ward .Ino. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. staat- Taylor.
Cltv.at-I.arKo W. P. Halllday and 1).
IIOAlll) Ol' AI.IIKItMr.N.
Flr?t Ward -James Hcardeu, A. II. Saf-
i ...... -iti.i..M
Second Wanl It. 11. cilnnlnghani, L. Mu
lder. i. Stuneel, .lame- Swayne.
Third Ward-Win. Slratton, J. II. Phlllis
Fourth Ward .Ino. H. ltobln.on, (i. 11.
!.Sca.e. J. H. Metcalf.
Tho Cairo Turnoru will hold tholr 10th
nnnlvoMnry on Monday Soptomlcr 10th,
nt John Hcbeol'g garden nnd hall. No
paln will bo jpared to mako tho cntor.
talnment n grand affair. Tho celebration
will conclude with a largo ball.
Particulars and programme will bo
furnished In duo tlmo. Tho committee of
arrangements It a very selected one, and
know how to rnauago such things.
Pure 'Wine and Liquor not a head
ncho or a fight in a thousand gallons of
It at tho Thalia Saloon, corner Twelfth
street And 'Washington avenuo.
Aojsht a OrncE I.C. II. It. Co,
Caiiio, Aug. 20, 1872.
Herciiftcr all bills of lading for prop
erty shipped on tho transit steamer Illi
nois will bo signed at tho stono depot of
flco. Ja. .Ioii.vo.v, Agt.
V. IC1IIIOFF FUHNITUHE FA CTO It Y
"Win. Kichhoir hu purchased tho inter
est of his brothers in tho above establish
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting tho
Furnitura manufacturing business with
great success. He has a full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on hand, and can war
rant every articlo bo manufactures. Ho
has also a full stock of JMtUadt, Chairs.
Tobies, ISurcau, Desks, ward robes, mat
tresses, etc., always on hand, nnd his prices
defy competition. Sales room at tho fac
Foil boots and shoes go to Moskovitz's.
J'. Sauv's popular Tobacco and Cigar
Store is located on Commercial avenue,
between Sixth and Seventh streets, and
marked by tho unlquo sign of "tho Girl of
Pt:r.rt'Mi:s and toilet articles nt
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
Manufacturer), of and Dealers In
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
HavlllL' tlin snln rtrrM In tlilc fillt'tn HtlA tllA
" " v"' " lafflTl
FULTON DRY KILN,
the best Patent Kiln extant, wo are espe
cially prepared to funiUh at all times, on
the shortest notice, '
TIIOHOUGIILY SEASONED I.UM11EH.
Attention ts culled to our block of
Lumber delivered to anv part ol tho city.
, Orders received at the onlce of
S AFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
t that of the company, corner of 34th
itreitand Ohio levee
Ik you wish to indulge in a delicious
cigar, patronize P. Saup, Commercial ave
nuo If you wish good chewing or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouched, etc.,
go to P. Saup's popular Tobacco and
Ouk enterprising dry goods merchant,
Mr. J. Uurgor, Is now in New York,
mklng bis purchases for tho fall trado
New tjoods for lata Summer hnd Fall
will begin to arrive early next week, for
his clothing store on the Levee and his
dry goods houo on Commercial avenue.
In the meantime, tho goods now on hand
will bo sold vkkv cheap to mako room
for hi now stock. His customers will find
gentlemanly clerks at both his establish
ments, ready to show them goods at all
times, and iiiiiet them in making pur
Ills. Cesiuai. II. It. Co.. I
AtiKNi'K OrncK, Caiiio, sept. 5, HJTi, J
To persons wishing to attend tho Un
ion 'Fair to bn held at Joncsboro from
September 11 to September 13th, wo will
tell excursion tickets to Anna and return
at ono dollar and ninety cents ($1.00).
Sale of tickets will commence on tho 10th
and discontinue on tho 13th. Tickets good
until September 14th inclusive.
9-G-dCt. Jajiks Johxmi.v, Agent.
PIANOS AND OHOANS.
Tho best,' moit reliablo nnd cheapest
Piano nnd Organs in tho market and on
terms to suit tho purchaser. Old instru
ments taken in part payment for now
Thoso wishing to purchao instruments
had better buy of an agent who is nc-
quainlod with tho construction of instru
ments and ono that can be relied on.
Every instrument warranted for flvo years.
N. P. CuitTicK, Agent.
Go to tho Thalia for ino test "Weiss
beer in town 5-2 Id tf
Four llr.i i lry rooms on tho second floor.
Inquiro at tho corner of Fourteenth street
and "Washington avenuo, tf.
IIousk for rent on Division street, bo
tween Twentieth and Twonty-flrst strcot
Apply to Mrs. GutTnoy, Central House.
Papf.u collars, cravats, scarfs, bosom
shirts and hosiery tit Moskovitz's.
Mns. McGkk hits cleared her shelves of
summer jjoods to mako room for tho largo
and handsomo stock of Fall goods which
sho will bo now daily rccoiving through
tho Fall season. Her well known good
tasto and pucccss in pleasing lior many
customers is a guaranteo that only tho
latest fashionsond host quality of millinery
and fancy goods will bo found at hor es
tablishment. Ladies aro cordially invited
to cull nnd examine hor bonnets, hats,
ribbons, shoes, gloves, flowors, trimmings
f all sorU, etc., otc. 9-7-tf.
Two good Hoot makers, plenty of work
and good pay. Apply to K. Jones
Com. avo., bot. 10th & 11th sts.,
9-7-31 Cairo, Ills.
Ulankenuijiio aukad I Wlnos and CI
gars I oldest nnd choicest, at tho EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposlto tho Post Olllco
Fincst of Liquors, Freo Lunches and mu
sic every day. Tho groat Liberal nnd
Doraocratlc,Grooly & Brown drinko Weis
Bitten, is mndo a specialty, nnd Frodprides
himsolf upon keeping the freshest and
coolest In the ctiy. Lemonados tho cold
est, mixed drinki and music tho finest
Go tbere. fl-37tf
THE SIMMONS & CLOUOII ORGAN
NW AND LAROK FACTORY ERECTED ITS
SIZE, CAPACITY, LOCATIONS, ETC.
From tho Detroit 'Trlbunc.'l
Messrs. Simmons, Clough & Co., manu
facturers of rce3 organs, etc., having met
with n romarkabW success in business, on
account of tho jxcellencp of their waros,
found tholr qwrters tho block occupied
by them on Minma avenue, near tho
cornor of Gratiot entirely too small.
Consequently they havo entered into ar
rangements to Incroaso tho capacity of
their works, nnd In doing so oxpect to bo
fully ablo to supply all tho demands that
may bo mado upon thorn. Their buslncis
has grown to immenso proportions,and.not
withstanding their cntoprislng disposition
and qualities, they bavo been unable, dur
ing the past year especially, to keep puce
with their orders. This statu of affairs is
gratifying uliko to tho city nnd to tho
On tho 1st ot January a now partner
ship was formed, which is to lt three
years, nnd it will bo known as tho Sim
mons & Clongh Organ Company. F. J.
Simmons, J nines E. Clough and Joseph A.
Warren aro to bo tho general partners and
Jeseo II. Far well is admitted us a special
partner, tho latter contributing $30,000 to
tho capltnl stock of tho concern. Ar
rangements havo also been perfected
whereby tho capital stock can bo increased
at any time, und tho members of tho firm
uro fully ablo to carry them out.
Nvr is this all. Tlie company have pur
chased n largo lot on tho northeast corner
of Congress and Sixth street', upon which
they havo erected u manufactory of largo
capacity, nnd ono that in completeness of
detail, durability and in exterior finish is
n decided ornament to that part of tho
city. Wo aro unablo to givo a minuto
description of tho structure. It has a
frontage of 120 foet on Sixth street by CO
feet on Congress strectj and besides a high
baicmcnt Is four stories In height. Tho
lot has u frontago on Sixth street of 120
feet, and on Congress street of 138 feet.
Thus it will bo seen thatthero will boubund
anco of room. Separate from tho main
building thero is an cngino-room, dry
kllos, etc., nnd in tho course of tlmo an
addition will bo mado to tho former so as
to ulvo it an "L" tbapo.
Tho factory is supplied with a 40 horso
power engine, and new machinery
throughout, and Is ono of tho larges
buildings used for manufacturing pur
poses In this city. Tho cost of tho build
lag is estimated at about $100,0n0. Tho
new building will accommodate all tholr
employes, nnd besides being commodious
will b'o heated by steam. It was com
pleted and ready for occupancv on tho 1st
of May, 1S72.
Tho'company manufacture 10 difforent
styles of instruments, which soil for from
$00 to $000 each, and tho creat demand
for them is tho best proof of their quality.
Their "cabinet styles" havo become ureal
favorites wherever ihey have been intro
duced, especially since the introduction
into them of tho stops, tho Vox CtUtte and
tho Louis patent Vox Humana. To their
grand combination organs they arc ap
plying a wonderful Invention which is
known ns Scribner's patent "qualifying
tube," which impart to tho organ a smooth,
Qutc-iikn quality of tono and increase the
power and brilliancy of tho music. The
new company is composed of energetic
business mon, nnd they undoubtedly havo
n good future before them. 9-3tf.
HOW TO GO WEST.
This is an enquiry which every ono
should havo truthfully answered before bo
starts on his journey, und a littio caro
taken in examination of Routes will in
many cases savo much trouble, timo and
Tho "I. II. & "W. Route," running from
Indianapolis through liloomington to Bur
lington, has achieved n splendid reputation
in the lust two years as tho leading passen
ger route to tho west. At Burlington it
connects with tho great Burlington Route
which runs diroct through Southern Iowa
to Nebraska and Kansas, with close
connections to California and tho Terri
tories; and passengers starting from Cairo
on their way westward, cannot do better
than to take" tho I. H. Sc W. and Burlington
This Lino 1ms published a pamphlet
called "How to go West ," which contains
much valuablo information j alargocorrect
map of tho Great West, which can bo
obtained freo of charge by addressing tho
General Pusonger Agent B. & M. R. R.
Ilurlingtoii, Iowa. 7-PJ,d&v3m.
ICE I ICE 1 1 ICE 1 1 1
From 'Wednesday May 1st, tho. ico
wagon will canvass tho city, to continuo
during tho stimmor months. None but
puro northorn lake ico will bo delivered.
Husk, Loomid, & Co.
like "Quaker's uun"
Artificial tocth aro of littio uso and easily
dotccted. Tnke caro of tho real ones. All
vou need is frugriintSozonoNT; uso it dai
ly and your teeth will bo tho but of nature's
gifts to fail you. soptS-dArw-lw
Triumphant von Twenty Years.
Moro than twenty years ago tho Mustanq
Li mm knt made its debut in the "West. Its
cures of tho various external diseases of
horses and cattle, astonished the planters
and farmers of tho Mississippi and Ohio
Valleys, and a demand for It sprung up
which necessltnted its manufacture on an
extensive Ecalo. Soon tho discovery was
in ml o 1 1) (it it was n grand specific for rheu
matism, gout, neuralgia, ear-uche, tooth
ncho, und other extornal ailments of man
kind. Then it was tried us a healing, pain
killing application, in cases of outward in
jury, sucli as cuts, bruises, burns, spasms,
A.o., and was found equally serviceable.
j Tho famo of tho now remedy for some ot
tho most painful Ills that atllict mankind
and tho lower animals, sprend rapidly, nnd
Mubtano Liniment soon took rank in
every State nnd Territory of tho Union us
II bTANDARD CURE. sept8ood&WlV
Caution. Every genuino box of Dr
McLean's Liver l'ills "bears tho signature
of Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pn., and
thuir privuto U. 8, stamp. "Tako no
other." The market is full of imitations.
It is tho popular vordict that pooplo who
tiavo been accustomed to tho uso of Rittors
nnd Cordials nro obligod. eventually, to re
sort to McLean's Liver Pills for pormanon
Our Homo Advertisers .
On Thursdaylnst, lotwccn 3 and 4 o'clock
p-m., either bctwoon Nineteenth nnd
Twentieth streets on Poplar street, or be
tween Poplar and Commercial aveno, on
Twentieth, n pocket book containing
108.10 cash. A liberal reward will be
paid on the return of tho abovo to Tux
Bulletin office or to my confectionery,
' In Buder'i blosk. Joiiph Smith.
REGULAR CAIRO. PADUCAII & EVANS-
VXL.I1K HEMI-WKKKI.l U. S.
Tho Fast and Elfaant I'Arxnier Stpumcr
Our Home Atlvortisors.
Jack G rammer, Master.
Ed. Thomas, Clerk.
1ST" Leave Cairo for Paducah and Evans
vlUc, every Thursday and Sunday evening,
at 0 o'clock, connecting at Evaiisvlllu with
tho Louisville and Cincinnati packet. For
freight or pasage apply to
James Bioos Pafcnucr Ac't.
REGULAR CAIRO. PADUCAII & EVANS
VII.LE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The fine Passenger Packet
BEN. HOWARD ... ' Mnter
Neglev Rudd Clerk
2"TLeavcs Cairo for Paducah and Evans-
tile ever)' Tuesday and Friday evening at 0
o'clock. For freight or passage apply on
board or to
James llinos.PancnKcr Ag't.
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANSVILLK
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
Tho flue low prcsurc Passenger Packet
W. U. PENNINGTON MaHer.
ESTLcavcs Cairo every AVcdncsday and
Saturday evening at 0 o'clock, for Paducah
and Evancvlllc. For freight or passage ap
ply on board or to
JAmes Biggs, Passenger Ag't.
CAIHO AND PADUCAH
The splendid steamer
Dick Fowler, Captain.
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted,)
at 4 a.m. For freight or passago apply ou
board or Jau3tt
JAS. MAI. LORY Ag't.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trips daily.
'LEAVING CAIRO I I.EAV'O MOUND CITY
At 7 a.m. At 8:30 a.m.
At 11 a.ra I At 1:30 p.m.
At4:30. . . ,p.m. At0 p.m.
Fare each wav, 30 cents ; 10 tickets for
8'J DO. Will land, when hailed, at any good
Intermediate landing for passengers or
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
Has opened a Harnc" Shop on Washington
Avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh
fctreeti for the purpose of MANU
FACTURING all kinds of
DOUBLE & SINGLE HARNESS
HALTER?, Bridles, &c,
Which hr keeps on 'alo or will make to
order. Hi motto Is : "Good Stock, good
work, and justice to all men."
All klndi of repairing done with neatness
and dl-patch. Ulvo him a trial, you will
llnd he don't propose to "stand on a home
Ai an Invltrorator, IilTcr Corrector
nnd Blood Benorator Is superior to all the
Blttrrs, Elixirs, Cordial aad Barsn
pnrlllaa la mo. It ! so adapted to the whole
jitem that ererjr organ and function la the bod; Is
brought nsder Its trhlUratlDg Influence. It gWei
tono and strength to the dtgestlTe mp
p.nratas, dispel languor and debility,
Invigorates the Liver, regulates the
Kidneys and Bowels, remorei the effect of
exceii or orertaxatlon of any kind and gtvea vi
tality nnd richness to the blood.
Its caratlro powers alter and completely reorgan
ize the entire man of fluids and area the solids of
the human ijritem, thereby prarentlng and caring
Dysipcptlo and Consumptive "ymp.
tonrn, Fever and Agne, Billons Diseas
es, Fevers of all kinds, Nervous Debit
Ity, Affections of the Stomach and
Dowels, etc. As a mild and delightful Iavlgo
rant for it Ilcate females, it has no enperior.
11 jr its use new life and Tlgor Is gWen to both bod
and mind, sending a glow of vitality through erery
part, which is permanent and lasting;.
It is the most off.ctaal remedy for the relief ot
human suffering erer dlecoTered, sad at pleasant to
the tute as old rye or fine wine,
x WE CHALLENGE x
X SJ X TUS X 0 X
x WORLD x
To produce a more delicious medicine to take, yet so
potent for the pretention and cure of dlieuee as
Sr. MOTI'a VOSLS'S TOSIO HTB SL00O fffimil.
Price or 6 Bottles for O.
Prepared by the Grafton Medicine Co., 8T, LOCTB,
Mo, Sold by Draggtit and dealers la uedieiaai
Kiehonburg't cigar and tobacco stand
is growing in popularity ovory day. It it
located on Eighth street between Wash
ington avenuo and Ohio lovee. Tbo Em
peror William, In all hit majesty, stands at
the door inviting tbo public to sample the
oxcollent chewing and smoking tobacco,
nnd splendid cigart within. Elcbenburg
it determined to succeed, and if merit In
the goods can secure him tuccesi be will
not be disappointed. Go and 111 him.
Cbartered March SI, 1U9.
OITY NATIONAL DANK, OAlltO
A. B. SAFFOH1). President;
S. S. TAYI.OH, Vice-President;
11. IlYSLOl', Secretary and Treasurer.
P. M. BiacLAT. Cms. CUiioiua,
F. H. Htockvleth, 1'avl (J. Hciun,
R. II. CVUXIKOrU, 11. P. lUtLISAT.
J. M. Failure.
Deposits ot any Amonat Beeel ved from
Ten Cents Upwards.
SNTEKKHT paid on depoelte at the ral nt n
percent, per annum, March Inland Beptcin
r let. Intereat not withdrawn In f.dded Irnme
(lately to tie principal of the depoalte, therrbt
K'Tlng them compound Intereat.
MAKRIBI) WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAT
tO THAT HO OKI IUI CAN DS-AW IT.
Open erery buelneee day from a.m. to 3 p.m.,
and Haturday erenmg lor HA VINO DEPOSITS
only, from t to I o'clock.
auotl W. HT8I.OP. Treaeurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. I1ALL1 DAY. President :
HENRT L. HALLIDAY, Vice-President t
A. H. HAFFOKD, Caehler ;
WALTER HYSLOP, Assistant Cannier.
Btaats Tatloi, Rotsar n. CritMxaiiAie.
Hiaar L. Hallidat, W. P. Hauidat,
Oeo. I). WlLLuasoM, Stipiisx Biar
A. B. Barroan.
Eschaasje, Coin and United Ntaien
Bonds Bonsht nnd Hold.
EPOSITS reeelred, and a general banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL flURD, Prealdenti
ROBERT. MtL.i'S'i. Viee-Pronl tenl
C. N. illiGUKS, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCHANGE, coin, bank notes and Uoi(p
States eecurltles bought and sold.
Interest Allowed on Time Pepiwl f .
OOUHN. HANtl. ETCl
W. W. THORNTON'S.
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
131 TENTH HTBEBT,
Doors, Hash, Blinds, Mouldings,
Eave Gutters, (wood) Window and lloor
Frames, Flooring-, Lath,
Hhinfles, Olased Dash, Olased Nlde
Light, Glased Transoms,
Bash Weights, Bash Pnllles and Cords
Blind Fastenings, BooSns;
Felt, Kooflog Cement, Plastering
Paper, Carpet Velt, White
Lead, Llnsed Oil, American Window
Glass, English andFrench
Plate Glass, Putty, G! aster's Poiuta
Newer Pipes Patent Chimneys,
Etc., Etc., Bsc.
AQENTH lor Rock Rlrer Paper Company'
Sheathing Felt and Quarts Cemcmt
H, W John's IroproTed Rooting alwaya on
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIMK
Conimeroitl-tv., Foot of Eleventh-st.
BesVquslltT of Lima and Cement si
wyi on band, and for tale at the
Our Homo Advertisers.
FIRE AND MARINE
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Miles the Nhortest Ronte
KIAOARA. N. Y.. 1
ANrtll 1 ItAAId rt '
" f llJ,el ! j
QERMANIA, N. Y.,
Ateetn 1,J8,791 78 j
1IANOVEK, N. Y, 1
Assets 720 I6i U) j
HEI'UIILIC, N. Y.,
Assets ,711,0'U ()
Coroprialng the Underwriter' Agency,
YON REUS, N. Y.,
Asset S78 401 SI
Asset . 453,193 3
eiiiemrnV FUNII, . F.,
Aaaets.. 073.SOO W
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Htotea, Dwelling, Furniture, Hulls and Car
gora, inaured ut raira aa f rrable n- aound, per
manent aeruritv will warrant.
I reapfctfully n-a of tho cltltrna ot Cairo,
share or their patronage.
C. N. HVGIIKN.
TEUTONIA L 1 F E INSUltANCB
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN A. HUCK, -(J.
uiiAs. Kkitz, Henry Weiier,
i. C. Kkhino, A. Miscii,
ClrtAH. Wknthe, Ciias. Vkroha,
Francis Lacknkr, Ciias. Daeolino,
U. IIirkcii, Vm. Heiniiarut,
The bet organlied and aeciuoit company in
the northwest. The only company which guar
antee, a caah aurrender value.
CAUL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
-MIt for t'nlronud Tlrlnllr
W. . M
No. I'ub. and II. H. Cnm
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
Aaaet fi,M9,Ml !7
NORTH AMERICA, TA.,
Asaets $2,783,0X1 00
Asseta....... j;,51 4,210 72
Assets Sl.7Sl.ltS Ed
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
Afaeta - 1,WI,3.8 17
Aatets m 1319,1,73 (i
Aesete SlS;,27t) 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets JSOO.OiO C
CONNECTICUT MUTtTAL, LIFE,
ASBets t30,000,0al 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Asset r. t:,5"0 0) 00
RAILWAY PAH3ENOERS A'-PURNCE
yseta "VOO "0
Aeseta il3Xl,gC2 00
SAFFORD, MOlUtlS & CANDEE,
71 Ulilii I.eiee,
City National Hank. CAIRO, ILL.
PUBLIC LIHKAUY OF KENTUCKY
DAY OF THE DRAWING FIXED.
FllOJl SEPTEMBER 2Stli.
To Tin: 1'uiiLic:
Tho Trusti'fs ol tlio I'nbllc Library of
KiMituckv buint' satlMlod iioni tli o liirL'u Kile
ot ticket alreailv mailu, and tlio dally In
iircakltiL' ili'inanil for thi'in, that tlioro will bo
no occasion lor iiotpoiiiiig tno i-econu ilruw
ins in tlio (Hit Concert in alii of tlio l'ublio
Library ol Kentucky, havo lnitructuil mo, u
their uiront ulld lilaiuiL'er of tlio O ill Concert.
loravtotlio imbliu anil ticket-holders that
tlio ilrawlutr will jios-ltivcly tako jilueo on
September iStli prox., ami will not bo pokt-
'oneii. aii uciivu iioiiiaim uiriieKois comcit
roin uvery Statu ami Territory of tlio United
.States and from tliu Canada, giving ntir-
ancoioino iruaieex iiiai no circumstance
van prevent a drawing at appointed time.
a euuieiunt. eicneai torcu is eiiKageu to
Keep up with tliu ordern for ticket, und In
order that thU olllcu may lie relioed of tlio
tmuense prcsiiro Incident to tlio btixlne for
tho week or two Immediately proioillni: tlio
irawlng, agents capovlally, and those deair
oils of procuring tickcta, are reoueateU to
end In their orders Immediately, a hales
will have- to be closed in tlmo to make tliu
ncecfsary preparation lor tliu draw lii(f. It
ntho wlah ortlio manaKciiieiit to l loverj'
order for ii ticket, a will as to tell all tho
ilckcts, biittliom who apply first miiH llrat
,c Mipplicd ( and If thoso who put oil buying
iintll iales aro closed hao their money re
'tirncd Instead of tho tickets ordered, ai in
(ho tlrt Ollt Concert In December laat, whwi
IhoiiHunds of dollars that canio too lato were
nt back, they will linvo none to blamo but
THOS. E. BRAMLETTE,
Agent JPublie Library Kentucky,
Louuville, KY.,Auguit 10, m'i.
Klghty Milm Ihe RhortMt Ront
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIKO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONL. "NE change of cars
, , OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, i llannpolla, Toledo,
Detroit, Cloeland, Niagara Felle,
liillalo, 'lllaMug. WohloRton.
llaltimnre, Philadelphia, New York.
Iloiton and all polnta ea.t.
Milwaiikip, Janoarllle, Jladlaon,
LaCro-M', St. Paul and All polnte north.
This Is aUo the only direct route to
Decatur, liloomington, HprinMld,
P.orla, Qulncy, Keokuk,
Burlmiilon, Hock ItUnd, La Salle.
Mendota, Dixon, Krecport,
Ualena, Duhuquc, Hum city,
Omaha and all points northwest,
Elctrnnt Drawing Room Slocpinj; C'
On nil Nlyht Trains.
lla(taRe Checked io all Important points.
For tlckela and information, apply to I. C. R.R
depot t airoj on hoard tno transit steamer be
tween Colmntiua and Cairo, and at tne prlnclpj
rallroa i ticket offlcs throunhout the kouth.
W. P. JOHN-tlN. Uen'l caaa. Ag't, Chlcato.
A. MiTCMF.Lt, Cien'l fcup'l. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On nnd nftor Monday, April 24th, 1S72
trnJoa will run as lollows:
TAA1M OOl.Ml S0CTIIIAIT.
Leare Vlrslnla 6:10 a. m 1:33 p.m.
' Springfield. !i0 3:00 "
,' Taylorvllle 10 a " o. 0
Arrive at Pana.. 1 1 .44 ' 6.17 "
TAMNa UUI1 XORTIIWtaT.
Leato Pana l.ou a. m J.S5 a. m.
" Talorille 4.40 " 4n "
AirivatrprinKfleld...0.1 " ii.oo
Leato UprmiDeld. n.5 ' 0 10 "
Arrive at VtiKima S.5 " 8.U
tuaiss oolo tOCTIIClaT,
Leave Eilgwood 6.30 a. m. 10.10 p, m
" Flora e,6 ' .11.40 "
Arrive at Shawoeet'n M " J is
FOR SALE, 1 For sal. t FOR SALE,
I KrrSale J '
K"OR SALE. J For Bale 1 FOR BALE.
Fare from Liverpool,
Faro from Londonderry
Faro from Ulahoow,
Fnro from .Queenbtown
TO CAIRO, $4820
Jatlnrd. Moma A Ca . penta.
IIENRV IL MEYElt,
DECORATIVE, SIGN and ORN.VJIENTAL
IP -A. 1 1ST T IB !R,
GUAIXIXG AXD MAKBLING
DECORATING A-VI) GILDING
ill every style, plain and ornamental.
I'articular titteiitliin paid to Glass Gilding
Order!- Miiicited for Scenery, Froecoe anu
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain und ornamental. All work In
trusted to my care will be promptly at
tended to. Shop In Pcrrv House, corner ol
Commercial avenue anil Eighth street.
Ou Eighth Street, helween Commercial and Wash
Hilton Aveiiutu, it ilal!,' receivin
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LAI K8T HI'llINU AND SUMMER STYLES,
lleaiuea a lull line of
rBOHSTItTETS & HATS
Trininif.l nml iintrimmed,
FltENCd FLOWEIW. R1UUUN3, TRIMMINGS
ofall'kinJf, Laoea, etc.. eto.
Mrs. MeOe ha also a lare assortment o
tuuey Articles, such as
NKCK T1.A COLLAR!!. UNDERSLKEVES.
KUKFti, bASHES, FANS, '
And all other articles usually found la a
FIHST-OLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mr.'.vVc"f"' in J'H"on to her stock of Fanoy
and Mlllineiy duods, has a rlne and compleie as'
ri-rtnieiit ol Cincinnati Cuttom Made Ladles
anil MUsea' IShoea and Childrena' hoots. Ulaclt
and In Colors. Theao are acknowledged to la
lie finest and beat shoes in the market, atd thl
he only plaoo in the city that make, them '
DR. R. C. TAR Elf,
Will resume tho practice of his profctslou.
with especial relerenee to the electrical
tlealnieiit nl illeae In all the new and Im
proved methods of anpllcutloii.
In all rates of private, complaint a lady
will be In attendance.
OJUce, litj Commercial avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M". D.
jy E8IDENOE No. SI Thirteenih street, be
XX tweva Wkshingion avenueand Walnut street.
OlIic12l Commercial avenue, up stairs.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
QKdlDENCK-coruerNinth aud Walnut lU,
rLoitice coiner Mzlh street and Ohio levee.
Oitlce. hours from 6 a. in. to 1'i m., and 9 p.m
11. WAKDNER, M. D.
EVIDENCE -Comer Nlnetenth street aa4
i Washinatou avenue, near court kouaa. ve.
ficeoerAr'er'saroceryStor, OrBce UouratroM
10 a.m. to 14 in. and -om il to 4 p. m.
. Uoni'111'0 Jfcwu mit Surgeon. Of
tlco 136 Commereliil avenue. HesWc. o
Tenth street threo damn u.tr at v...