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OFFICH, BUIjIElTIIfl- BTTIIJ3DI1TC3-, OOB. 12TH STREET WASHIW&TOK AVENITB.
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1872
iijoaiu ni iuj a.m., ami t ji. ui
iil', Wednesday, "4p.m.
ioi, 3. p.m. L. W. Htlllwcll,
lit. ItKV. F. I. THOMPSON,
Preaching, Snhlmth at 10) a.m. nml 7J p.m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday nt 7J p. m.
Sahhath School, 3 p.m. J. M. Lansdcn, Hu
pcrlntondcnt. Kkv. II. Tiiayeh, Pastor
METHODIST. Cor. Eighth and Walnut SU
J'rcacliliiK, Haunam at, iuj a.m., ami i p. in
CHURCH OK TIIK KEUEKMEIl-(Eple
Morning prayers. Sabbath 10J a.m.
Kvcnlnir prayers, 74. p.m.
Sabbath School, a.m.
ItKV. E. Coan, Hector.
8T. PATRICK'S CIIUHCII-Mnth St. and
Publlo service, Sabbath 8:10 and 101 a.m.
Vesticrs, 7 ji.m.
Sabbath School, i! .m.
Service every day, H a.m.
ItKV. P. J. O'llAI.I.OKAN, Priest.
YOUNG MKN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION'. Kogular meeting second Monday
euch month ut their room over Rockwell
& Co's book titore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday,") p.m. at
L. W. tiTiixwuLL, President.
AFRICAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, bo
twecn Walnut utid Cedar.
Service", Sabbuth, 11 a.m.
Sabbath School. 1) p.m.
Clam meets ut 3 p. m.
ECOND FIIKB WIM. HAPTIST'-Klf-lecnth
Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Sen ices Sabbuth. 1) and .'I p. ni.
ItKV. X. ItlCKN, Pastor.
FREE WILL 1IAPTIST 1IOMK MISSION
SA1II1AT1I SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cellar Street.
Sabbuth School, It a.m.
FIRST FltKK WILL 1JAPT1ST CIIL'HCII
Services, Sabbuth 11 a.m.. 3 p.m. A 7) p.m.
ItKV. WM. Kki.i.kv, Pastor.
FIltST MISSIONAltV HAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath, 10) a.m. mid 7) p.m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 1) p.m. John Vanllaxter
aud Mary Stephen. Superintendent.
ItKV. T. .1. biioHKt), Pastor.
5-KCOND HAPTIST ClIt.'ItCH-Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
onlv Itaptl't church recognized by the As
sociation. Service. Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3p,m.und7 p.m.
ItKV. .Iacoii HitADi.KV, Elder.
AIKO COMMANDERY, No. 13. Stated
Asemblv at the Asylum Ma-onlc Hall, tlrt
and third Saturday In each month.
.'AIHO COL'Nl II., No.'JI.-ItegularConvo-
eatlon at Ma-onlc Hall, the eeeond r riday
In each month.
CAIHO CHAPTKK No. 71.-Hegu ar Con-
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tucfdav ol everj' month.
CAIHO LODGE, No. 2.17 F..V A. M.-Hcgji-
lar Communications at Ma-onlc Hall, the
second and fourth Monday of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE. '.nE-.Mccts in Odd-
Fellow-.' Hall, In Arter's building, every
Thunday evening at H o'clock.
Governor John M. Palmer;
Lieutenant-Governor John Dougherty ;
Secretary of Suite Kdmund Hummel ;
Auditor of State C. K. I.lpplncott :
State Treasurer E. N. Hates ;
Supt. Public Instructlon-Nevvton Hateman
f Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
'teprescntotlvcs for the Statc-at-I.arge S.
1.. Heverldge. .... , ,
Hepreecnmtive Thirteenth District John
MEMBERS GENERAL AsSEMHLY.
Senators, First I)ltrict T. A. K. Holcomb,
r Union, and S. K. Gibson, of Gallatin.
Heprescntatlve, First Dltrlct-1L W atson
Judge I). J. Raker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney J. F. McCartney,
Shcritr-A. II. Irvin.
Win. Martin Assessor and 'I reasurer.
Judge F. llros-.
As-oelate J. K. McCrite and S. Marchll
don. Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Gorman.
Mayor John M. Lnnden.
Treasurer J. II. Tylor.
Comptroller K. A. Hurnett.
Clerk Michael How ley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. II. Pope.
Police Magistrates I' . Urosi and H. Sl.an
ncsy. Chief of Police L. II. Mycr.
Mayor John M. I.anden.
First Ward-P. U. Sehuh.
Second Ward-C. It. Woodvvanl.
Third Ward .Ino. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Stoats Taylor.
Clty-at-Large W. 1'. Hallldny
IIOAHD OK AI.IIKItMKN.
First Ward James Hearden, A. 11. Saf
. lord, Isaac Waldcr.
w Second Ward R. H. Cunningham, L. Hu
dor. O. Stanccl, James Swayne.
Third WardlWm. Stratton, J. I). Phlll .
Foirth Ward Jno. II. Uoblnson, G. II.
Sease. J. H. Mctcalf.
Tho Cairo Turnert will hold their 10th
anniversary on Monday September 10th,
at John Scheol'a garden and hall. No
paint will bo spared to mako tho enter
tainment a grand affair. Tho celebration
will colicludo with a largo ball.
Particulars and programmes will bo
furnished' In duo time. The committoo of
arrangements Is u very (elected one, and
know how to manage such things.
l'lriiK Wines and Liquors not u head
actio or a light in ft thousand gallons of
It at the Thalia Saloon, corner Twelfth
street and Washington avenue.
Aokht'b Office I. C. R. 11. Co., 1
Caihu, Aug. 20, 1872.
Hereafter all bills of lading fur prop
erty shipped on the transit steamer Illi
nois will bo signed at tho stono depot of
fice. J as. Jounbo.v, Agt.
KICIIIIOFF FURNITURE FACTORY
Win. Eichlioir has purchased the inter
est of his brothers in tho abovo establish
ment in Culro, and is now prosecuting the
Furniture manufacturing business with
great success. Ho has a full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on hand, and can war
rant every article ho manufactures. Hu
has also a full stock of liedtttads, Chairs.
Tablet, Hurcaus, Desks, ward robes, mat
tresses, etc., always on hand, and his prices
defy competition. Sales room at tho fac
Fob boots and shoes go to Moskovitz's-.
P. Saup's popular Tobacco and Cigar
Store is locatod on Commercial avenue,
between Sixth and Seventh streets, and
marked by tho unique sign of "the Girl of
1' Kit fumes and toilet articles at
Ir you wish to inauigo in n delicious
cigar, patronizo P.Saup, Commercial ave
nue 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. Uurger, is now in New York,
making his purchases for the fall trade
New goods for late Suminor and Fall
will begin to arrive early next week, for
his clothing storo on tho Leveo and his
dry goods houso on Commercial avenue.
In tho meantime, tho goods now on hand
will bo sold very cheap to mako room
for his new stock. His customers will And
gentlemanly clerks at both his establish,
merits, ready to show them goods at all
times, and assist them in making pur
Ills. Central K. It. Co.. 1
Agent's Office, Cairo, Sept. s, 1072, j
To persons wishing to attend tho Un
ion Fair to bo hold at Joncsboro from
September 11 to September 13tb, wo will
sell 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 the lath. Tickets good
until September 14th inclusive
9-C-dCt. James Johnson, Agent.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Tho best, most reliable and cheapest
Pianos and Organs in tho market and on
tonus to suit tho purchaser. Old instru
ments taken In part payment for now
Those wishing to purchaso instruments
had better buy of an agent who is ac
quainted with tho construction of instru
ments and ono that can bo relied on.
Every instrument warranted for fivo years.
N. P. Curtice, Agent.
Go to tho Thalia for too test Weiss
beer in town S-21dtf
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
Manufacturers of and Dealers in
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
Having the solo right In this city to use the
FULTON DRY KILN,
the best Patent Kiln extant, wo aro espe
cially prepared to furnish at all times, on
the shortest notice,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUMHER.
Attention is called to our stock of
Lumber delivered to any part of the city.
Orders received at tho onlce of
8 AFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
t that of the company, comer of 34th
v trsjtt and Ohio lv augSfid8m.
Four llr.) i try rooms on tho second floor.
Inquire at tho corner of Fourteenth street
and Washington avenue. tf.
Houhk for ront on Division street, bo
tweon Twentieth and Twonty-flrst street
Apply to Mrs. Gaffnoy, Central Houso.
. Paper collars, cravats, scarfs, bosom
shirts and hosiory nt Moskovitz's.
Mrs. McGee has cleared her sholvcs of
suminor goods to mnko room for tho largo
and liandsomo stock of Fall goods which
sho will bo now daily recolving through
tho Fall season. Her well known good
tnsto and success in pleasing hor many
customers is a guaranteo that only tho
latest fashions and host quality of millinery
and fancy goods will bo found at her es
tablishment. Ladles oro cordially invited
to call and oxamino her bonnets, hats,
ribbons, shoes, gloves, flowors, trimmings
fall sorts, otc, otc.
THE SIMMONS & CLOUG1I ORGAN
NKW AND I.ARQE FACTORY ERECTED 1TB
BI.E, CAPACITY, LOCATIONH, ETC.
From the Detroit 'Tribune.'
Messrs. Simmons, Clough it Co., manu
facturers of reed organs, etc., having met
with a romarkable success in business, on
account of tho excellence of their wares,
found tbolr quartors the block occupied
by them on Miama avenue, near tho
corner of Gratiot entirely too small.
Consequently thoy havo entered Into ar
rangoinonts to incrcaso tho capacity of
their works, and In doing so oxpeet to bo
fully ablo to supply all tho demands that
may bo made upon them. Their business
has grown to immonso proportlons,and.not
withstandlng their entcprislng disposition
and qualities, they havo been unable, dur
ing tho past year especially, to keep paco
with thoir orders. This stato of affairs is
gratifying alika to tho city and to tho
On tho 1st ot January a new partner
ship was formed, which is to last thrco
years, and it will bo known as tho Sim
mons & Clongh Organ Company. F. J.
Simmons, James K. Clough and Josoph A.
Warren aro to bo the general partners mid
Jesse II. FnrWell Is admitted at it special
partner, tho latter contributing $30,1(00 to
tho cupitul stock of tho concern. Ar
rangements havo also been perlcctod
whereby the capital stock can bo increased
at any time, and thu members of the firm
are fully able to carry them out.
Nvr U this all. The company have pur
chased a largo lot on the north-east corner
of Congress and Sixth streets, upon which
they havo erected u manufactory of largo
capacity, and ono that in completeness of
detail, durability and in exterior flnMi is
n decided ornament to that part of the
city. Wo uro uuablo to give a minute
description of the structure. It hus a
frontage of 120 feet on bjixth street by CO
feet on Congress street, and besides u high
basement la four stories in height. Tho
lot has a frontage on Sixth street of 120
feet, and on Congress street of 138 feet.
Thus it will be seen that there willboabund
anco of room. Separate from tho main
building thcro is an cngino-room, dry
kilns, etc., and in tho course of timo an
addition will be mado to tho former so as
to givo it an "IV shape.
The factory is supplied with a 40 horso
power engine, and new machinery
throughout, aud is one of tho largcs
buildings used for manufacturing pur
poses in this city. Tho cost of tho build
tag is estimated at about $100,000. The
new building will accommodate all their
employes, and besides being commodious
will be heated bv steam. It was oom
ph-ted and ready for occupancy on tho 1st
of May, 1B72.
Tho company manufacture 40 dlflbrent
styles of instruments, which sell for from
$&0 to $H0O each, and tho great demand
for them is tho best proof of their quality.
Their "cabinet styles" havo become greut
favorites wherever they havo been intro
duced, especially since tho introduction
into thorn of tho slops, tho J'ox Ccksfeand
tho Louis patent Vox Humana. To their
grand combination organs thoy aro ap
plying a wonderful Invention which is
known as Scribnor's patent "qualifying
tubus, which impart to the organ a smooth,
tluto-liko quality of tono and increase the
powor and brilliancy of tho music. Tho
new company is composed of energetic
business mon, and they undoubtedly liavo
a good future before thorn. 0-3tf.
HOW TO GO WEST.
This is an enquiry which every one
should have truthfully answerod before bo
starts on his journoy, and a Httlo caro
taken in examination of Routes will in
many cases savo much trouble, time and
Tho "I. 0. & W. Route," running from
Indianapolis through liloomington to Bur
lington, has achieved a splendid reputation
in tho last two years as the leading passen
ger routo to the west At Hurlington it
connects witli the great Hurlington Routo
which runs direct through Southern Iowa
to Nebraska and Kansas, with closo
connections to California and tho Terri
tories; and passcngors starting from Cairo
on their way westward, cannot do better
thau to tnko tho 1. 11. & AY. and Burlington
This Lino has published n pamphlet
called "How to go West ," which contains
much valuablo information; alargocorrect
map of tho Great West, which can bo
obtained free of chargo by addressing tho
General Passenger Agent U. & M. R. R.
Burlington, Iowa. 7-ll!,d&w8m.
ICE I ICE II ICEIII
From Wednesday May 1st, the ico
wagon will canvass tho city, to continuo
during tho summer months. Nono but
puro nortborn lake ico will bo delivered.
II use, Loomis, & Co.
like "Quaker's guns"
Artificial teeth aro of llttlo u.u and easily
detected. Tako caro of tho real ones. All
you need is fragrant Sozodo.nt; uso it dul
ly and your teeth will bo tho la.t of nature's
gift to fail you. sopt8-d&w.hv
Triumphant yon Twenty Years.
Mnro than twonty years ago tho Mustano
Liniment made its debut in tho West. Its
cures of tho various external diseases of
horses and cattle, astonished tho planters
nnd farmers of tho Mississippi and Ohio
Valleys, and a demand for it sprung up
which necessitated its manufacture on an
extensive scale. Soon tho discovery was
mado that it was a grand specific for rheu
matism, gout, neuralgia, ear-acho, tooth
ache, and other external ailments of man
kind. Then it was tried as u healing, puin
killing application, in casos of outward in
jury, such as cuts, bruises, burns, spasms,
iVc., and was found equally serviceable.
Tho fame of tho new remedy for romo of
tho most painful ills that nlllict mankind
and tho lower animals, spread rapidly, and
Mustang Liniment soon took rank in
ovory State and Territory of tho Union as
a standard cure. iopt8eod&wlw
Louis Blatau's saloon dosorves tho
popularity in to which it has grown. It has
boon vory handsomoly fitted up, and is so
comfortable that it is a ploasuro to whilo
away a spare hour thore. Tho bar is
supplied with all kinds of flno liquor and
winos, nnd with tho best of Fresh Lager
Beor, and Weiss Ucor that In dollciousonss
cannot bo oxcolled. A lunch, freo to
patrons, is spread ovory day, and an article
of Swoitzer Cheoao, tho bost in tho markot,
is always on hand. Mr. Blautau invites
the public to give him a call, on Eighth
streot, between Commercial avenuo and
Ohio Levee, oppoalte the Ferry House, in
Blur's building, 7-2. dtf
Caution. Every gonuiuo box of Dr
McLean's Llvor Pills boars tho signaturo
of Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pu., and
thoir privato U. S. stamp. "Tnko no
othor." Tho markot is full of imitations.
It is tho popular vordlct that people who
havo been accustomed to tho uso of Blttors
nnd Cordials aro obligod, eventually, to re
sort to McLohii's Llvor Pills forpermanen
NEW EXCITEMENT AT THE EX
CELSIOR. F. Blankcnburg wishes to announce to
bis friends nnd patrons that ho has suc
coodod In ongaglng Prof. Wllbrocht of
St. Louis, a flno pianist, who will amuse
the lovors of inuslo with u soloction of
charming plccos on tho piano. Every
body is Invited to tho Excolstor, corner
of 14th street nd Wellington avenue.
Our Homo Advertisers .
REGULAR CAIRO. PADUCAH & EVANS
VILLE HKMMVKKKLY U. S.
ji.wu i Aiyivr.i,
Thn Fasl and FJcgnnt PnMtngcr titcamer
Jack Orammf.ii, Muster.
Ed. Thomas, Clerk.
-.T1 l.nnvfii ffitrn fnr lfiiltir.ilt ,n.l l..n.b-
every Thursday and .Sunday cvcnlnvr,
ntO o'clock, connecting nt Evansvlllo with
the Louisville and Cincinnati packets. For
ircigm or passage apniy 10
REGULAR OAIUO.PADUCAH A; EVANS
VILLK SEMMVEEKLY PACKET.
The tine Pussetiger Packet
HEN". HOWARD . . ..Master
Neglky Rutin .Clerk
tSTLcavcs Cairo for Puducah and Evans
vlllo every Tuesday and Friday evening at 0
o'clock. For freight or passage apply- on
board or to
James lliona. Passenger Ag't.
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANS VILLE
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
The lino low pressure Passenger Packet
W. II. PENNINGTON.
EETLoavcs Cairo every' Wednesday and
Saturday evening at 0 o'clock, for Paducah
and Evausvllle. For freight or passage ap
ply on board or to
JA.MK8 Dices, Passenger Ag't.
CAIRO AND l'ADUCAII
The splendid steamer
Dick Fowler, Captain.
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted,)
at I a.m. For freight or pasragc apply on
board or, janUtt
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make tbroe trips dilj.
'LEA VINO CAIRO I I.EAV'O MOUND CITY
At 7 . . .a.m. I At 8:30 a.m.
At 11 . . ,.a.m I At 1:30.... p.m.
At 4:30 . . ,p.m. At (I p.m.
Fare each way, 3ij cents ; 10 tickets for
60. Will land, when hulled, at any good
Intermediate lauding for passenger or
Our Homo Advertisors.
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
Has opened a Harness Shop on Washington
Avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh
Streets for the purpose of MANU
FACTURING all kiniN or
DOUBLE & SINGLE HARNESS
UaLTEK!, BRIDLES, itC,
Which lir keep" on sale or will make to
order. II motto Is : "Good Stock, good
work, and jutleo to all men."
All kinds of repairing douo with neatness
and dlpatch. Give him a trial, you will
llnd he don't propose to "Stand on a home
As an InTlfforator, liver Corrector
nnd Mood Benovsttor Is superior to all th
Hitters, Elixirs, Cordials and Barsn
Iinrlllna in ok, It Is so adapted to tht wboU
(jittai that ertry organ anil function la the tod Is
brought nndr ltitxhlUratlngtnflusnc. It ei"
tone nnd strength to the digestive up
imrntas, dispels languor and debility.
Invigorates the liver, resrnlates the
Kidneys and Bowels, rtmoTi ib Sct of
exceis or orertnatlon of any kind and (tves vi
tality and richness to the blood.
Its cnratlre powers alter and completely Morgan
Its the entire mass of Holds and even the solids of
the human system, thereby preientlng and curing
DyNpcntlo and Consumptive Symp
toriJH.'Fo ver and Ag-uc, Billons Diseas
es, Fevers of nil kinds, Xervous Debil
ity, Affections of the Stomach and
Ilowels, etc. As a mild and delightful Inlgo
rant for delicate femalee, It hu no superior.
liy Its use new life and vigor Is glren to both body
and mind, sending a glow of vitality through erery
part, which Is permanent and lasting.
It Is the moit eft .duel remedy for the relief ol
human suffering ever discovered, and as pleasant to
the taite as old rye or fine wins.
x WE CHALLENGE x
x 55 x TXxrE x IS x
x WORLD x
To produce a more delicious medicine to take, yet so
1'otent for the prelection and cure of diseases as
2:. CZ:t37'0 WOSU'S TCHIO 1OT BLOOD IVSmZl.
1'rlce 91, or 0 Bottles for $H.
Prepared by the Orefton Medicine Co., BT, LOUII,
Mo, gold by Druggists and dealers In medietas!
Kiclionburg's cigar and tobacco stand
is growing in popularity ovory day. It is
locatod on Eighth street betwoon 'Wash
ington nvenuo nnd Ohio lovoo. The Em
poror William, in all his majesty, stands at
thn door .inviting the publlo to samplo the
excellent chewing and smoking tobacco,
and splendid cigars within. Kichenburg
is determined to succcod, and if merit in
the goods can secure him tuccen he will
not bo disappointed. Go and see him .
Chartered March SI, tftos.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. D. SAKKOltD. President;
S. S. TAYLOH, Vice-President;
U. HYSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer.
P. M, IUaciir, Cms. OiuaHrn,
F. II. HrocarutH, Paul O. Uciivii,
R. 11. CcxNtxarjAsi, II. P. JUuidat,
3. M. Puaurs.
Deposits ot anrAmoant Keeeivedlrom
Ten Cents Upwards.
JNTEKKST paid on deposits at the ratent six
percent, per annum, March Island Hrplem
r 1st. Interest not withdrawn Is raided Imme.
dlately to the principal of the deposits, the rrhi
glrlnn them compound Interest.
UARRIKD WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
SO THAT SO 01 CUE CA BEAW IT.
Open erery business day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
and Saturday eTemn lor HAVINO DEPOSITS,
only, from t to t o'clock.
auOtl W. IIYHLOP, Trfmsurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HALLIDAY, President;
HENRY h. HALLIDAY, Vice-President;
A. B. HAPFORD, Cashier ;
WALTER HYSLOP, Assistant Ciwbier,
Btaats Tatios, RosttT II. CfNSISOlUX
Htxar L. Uallidat. W. P. Hallioat,
Oio. I). WiLUAMSox, Brtrmx Biai
A. B. SArroRD.
Exchange, Cola and Untied Mtates
Bonds Bonsjht and Hold.
EP03IT3 recelred, and a general banklni;
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL HURD, President i
ROBERT. MIL. ,14. Vise-Presldeji
C. N. UUOUE8, Caehler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCHANGE, coin, bank notes and United
States securities bought and sold.
Interest Allowed on Time Deposlls.
IIUUHN, ISAN1I, ETC I
W. W. THORNTON'S.
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13$ TENTH BTRXXT,
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Mouldings,
tare Gutters, (wood) Window and lloor
frames, Flooring, Lath,
Shingles, Glased Sash, Glased Side
Lights, Glased Transoms,
Sash Weights, Sash Pullles and Cords
Blind Fastenings, Rooting
Felt, Booting Cement, Flasterlng
Paper, Carpet Felt, White
Lead, Llnsed Oil, American Window
Glass, English aud French
Plate Glass, Putty, GInsler's Potists
Sewer Pipes, Patent Chimneys,
Etc., Etc., Ktc.
AGENTS lor Rock River Paper Company'
HhAAthlnu Felt and Quarts Cement
W John's Improved Roofing alwayeon
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIXO
Coinmeroial-av., Foot of Eloventh-st.
Beit quality of Lime and Cement al
ways on hand, and for sals at toe
twy iQWittflgum forosMb,
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGT0N-AV.
Our Homo Advertisers.
FIRE AND MARINE
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
too Miles the Shortest Rente
Eighty Miles the Shortest Rente
maoaha, n. t, j TO ST. LOUIS
Assets ll,UC,210 l't j
OKKMANIA, N. Y.,
Assets l,008,m 7S
llANOVKIt, N. V.,
.......720 82 W
HKl'UnLIC, N. v.,
Assets 714.UU 00
Comprllng the Underwriters' Agency.
VOKKKIIS, N. Tf.,
Assets . ... S78 1G4 61
Assets 4M.193 23
fiuemkn's ru.vi), h. v.,
Ascts.. C7.f(J Ut
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINK,
aioies, Dwellings, Furniture, Hulls nnd C.ir
Koes, insured ut rules as fsvrublu . souud, pr
msnent securltr will warrant.
I respectfully nsk of the citizens ol Cairo,
share of their palronaKC
'... 11 L'tniKH.
TEUTONIA L 1 F E INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
jonx A. IIUCK, -U.
Ciias. Rkitz, IlrsiiY Wkiier,
A. C. Kkino, A. Misch,
UtiAn. Wkntiik, Ciiah. Vehoiia,
t'KANcis Lackneu, (3iias. Uaeuuko,
U. HlRPCII, AVM. r.KISHAUUT,
The bost organised ami securest company In
the northwest. The only company which guar
antees a cash surrender value.
CARL L. THOMAS, Oek. Aot,
2S.Hr for t'nlronntl vicinity
No.l'ub. and 11. B. Com
1 1ST STJIR IB.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
Assets 5,M3,SOJ 07
NOUTII AMKRICA, IA.,
Assets l'J,7M,OC3 00
Assets ! .',54 1,210 72
Assets $1,781,148 ES
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
Assets l,:i.W,83S 17
Asset '. .M3,t73 8
Asset 815v,278 13
AMERICAN CENTRAL. SIO.,
Assets S0O,CKO V
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE,
Assets (30,1x10,0011 oo
TRAVELERS', HAIITFORI), LIFE AND
Asset Jl, COO 000 (Ki
RAILWAY PAH3ENOER3 A-SUltANCE
ysset fwo.ouo oo
Assets 1030,602 00
SAFl-ORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio Levee,
City National Panic. CAIRO, ILL.
PUBLIC LIIIRAItV OF KENTUUK V
DAY OF THE UltAWING FIXED.
F1IO.M SEPTEMIIEK 2Stli.
To tub ruiiuc:
Thu Trustot's ol tlin l'ulillu Library or
Keiituoky licllij.' satlsllnl from tlio laivo sale
of tickets alreaily mailo, anil thu daily In
lireusinK ileiiiaiul for tlii'in, that thcro wllllio
no occasion lor iiostnonin tho scconil ilrnw
iiijr iii tlio (lilt Concert In ulit ot'tlio l'ulillu
l.ilirary ol Kentucky, Intro lntructoil me, as
lliclr iieiit ami niatiiiKer of the din Concert,
lo tuv to tho pulilli: anil tleket-liolilera that
the ilrnwlni; will positively tako jilaco on
Senteinbcr 'JStli urox.. mill will not liu uost.
rolled. An active demand fortlckctR eumcs
li-oiu every Stato and Territory oftlio United
.States, and from, tlio Canadas, giving usstir-
ancototno 'iriistees thai no circumstance
eaniirovcnt u drawliiL' at uiiliolnted time.
A sutllelent elcrlcai force is engaged to
keep up with tho orders for tickets, and In
order mat, mis oineo may no relieved in mo
;mmeiise prcsiiro Incident to tho inislness lur
tlio week or two immediately prcccdlm: tho
,!riiwliif,', AkoiUm especially, and those dcslr
ouh of inociullifi tickets, aro reiiuesled to
send In their orders immediately, sales
Will Imvo to ho closed in time to mako the
necessary preparations lor (he drawing. It
1 tho wish of the mamiKeiiu'nt to I II uyery
order for a ticket, nj "ell as to sell a 1 thu
tickets, hut thoo w in apply llrst imist llrt
to supplied 1 and If those who put oil hnyluK
iintll sales are clused have their money rc
Mirnod Instead of tho tickets ordered, as In
tho llrst Ollt Concert In December last, whe-t
thousands of dollars that cumu too lata wero
tout huek, thoy will have nono to blamo hut
THOS. E. BUA31LETTE,
Agent Pubtle Library Kentucky.
Louisville, Kv., Augutt 10, 1872.
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS Oil CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
, , OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, hanapolls, Toledo,
Detroit, CleteUnd, NIsKara Falls,
Ilutliilo, I'ltlst.uiK, Wnshlnuton.
llAltlmnre, I'hllailelihia, New York.
Uoston and nil olnts east.
Jlilwnukle, Janesrille, Madison,
I.aC'rOKsn, St. Paul and all points north.
This Is also tho only direct rnuto to
Decatur, liloomington, prinBeld,
IVorla, Qulncy, Keokuk,
liurlingtnn, llock IsUnil, La Salle.
Mendota, Dixon, Kreeport,
(lalena, Dubuque, bloux City,
Omaha and all joints northwest.
EloQntit Drawing Room Slooplng CV
On nil Night Traim.
IlAjcage Checked to all Important points.
For tickets and Information, apply to I. C. R.R
depot t nlroi on board tne transit steamer be
tween Columbm and Cairo, and at tne prlncln
rallrna, I ticket offices throughout the south.
W. P. JOHNSON, Oen'l fas. Ag't, Chlcaio.
A. Mitcinti., Oen'l. Hup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On nnd after Monday, April 24th, 1972
trains will run as follows:
tarns ooixo soctmkast.
Leare Virginia 0:10 a. m liSAp.m.
Hpringtleld. H:0 ' 3:00 "
Tuvlnrvilln . Ill r. t( . .1 .
Arrive at S'ana.. 11.10 " 4.17 "
Taitss ooisa Noaiuwrm.
Leave Pans 4.UO a. in 3.33 a. m.
" Tnvlorille 4.10 " 4.n "
Arrlvo at Siprinneld.0.1 " o.u) "
Leavn SprinifloUU n.S " .io "
Arrive al Vliginia 8.5 " 8.15
TBAIN9 O0INO SOCTIItaST,
Leave Kilgwood 8.30 a. m. 10.10 n, m
" Flam S,5 ' .11.40 '
Arrivo at Shawneet'n .Ui " 5 IS '
FOR SALE, ) For Sal. f FOR SALE,
I FcrSalel '
POR SALE. J For8Je 1 FOR SALE.
Faro from Liverpool,
Faro from Londonderry
Faro from Glahoow,
Faro from Qukenstown
10 CAIRO, :::::::: $4 8 2 0
.Satlonl. Morris A Ca
HENRY II. MEYER,
DECORATIVE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAIXJXG AND MARBLING
of ovory Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
in every style, plain uud ornamental.
1'artlcular attention paid to Glass Gilding
Orders solicited for Scenery, Frescoo aud
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All work In-tru-ted
to niv earc will he promptly at'
tended to. Shop In Perry House, corner ol
Commercial avenuo and Eighth street.
.Ml I.I.I. KIIT.
On F.lghth Street, between Commercial and Wash
union Avenues, is dully receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
I.ATKST srillNU AND HUUMKR STTLCS.
llesmes a lull line of
BONNETS & HATS
(Trimmed and untrimmed,
HtENCU FLOWEHS. ItlllliUNd, TUIMMING8
of nil kinds. Laces, etc., etc.
Mrs. McOea has also a large assortment o
Fancy Articles, such as
NECK T1.:.S. COLLARS. UNDERSLEEVE8.
HUFFS, SASHES, FANS,, '
And all other articles usually found In a
FIRST-OLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McOf p, In addition to her stock of Fancy
nnd Millinery Goods, hna a flnu and complete as-
r..,...,.-uv v. v.iiiuiuuvi vuMuui itiaue i.aniei
and Misses' Shoes and Children' boots, Illaclc
.. .ii vviun, iiirao mtv acKnuwieugea 10 D
hu Unest and best shoes In the market, and thla
ho only place In the city that makes them
HU. R. 0. TABER,
Will resumo tho practlcu of his profession,
with epeelal retereiice lo the electrical
treatment ot diseases In all tho new and im
proved methods of application.
In all cac of prhate complaints a lady
will he In attendance.
Olllee, I'.'S Coiuinercinl avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM R. SMITH. M. D.
f ES1DEN0E No. 21 Thirteenth street, be.
1 V tweeu Washington avenue and Walnut street.
Gltico li'I Commercial avenue, up atalrs.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
EHIDKNOK nrniirNinth and Walnut ata.
OiIicb corner t-ixth street and Ohio lesaa.
ce hours from a a.m. to Vi m., and p.ro
II. WAKDNER, M. D.
I) Esl PENCE Comer NlneUenth itreel uul
IX Wuhlngtnn avenue, near court house. Of.
rice over Arier's Grocery Store, Office Hour from
10 a. m . lo 12 ni. and '-om 3 to n. m.
H. S. llltUiilAM, M. I).,
Uomeopathlo Pbyslclau anrl SurgcoB. Of
fice lao Commercial avenue. Beddctic oa
Tenth itreet three doonwtrtofC.il. Woea