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OFFICE, BTTIiXiBTirET BtTXIjXI3ra-, COB. 120:13: STEBBT "WaHIlTa-TOlSr
JOHN H. OBEltl.Y, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1872
rrcachlng, Sabbath nt 10) ii.im. nnd "5 p.m.
I'mycr meeting, Wednesday nt 7) p. m.
Sabbath School, .1 p.m. .1. M. I.atisdcti, Su
pcrliitemJcnt. Iti:v. II. Tiiaykii, l'nstor
METHODIST. Cor. Eighth nnd Walnut SU
rreachlng, Salihnlli at 10 a.m., nnd 7 p. m
l'raycr meeting, Wednesday. 74 p.m.
Sabbath School, !!. p.m. L. W. Sllllwell,
Superintendent. Rkv. V. L. Thompson,
CHURCH OK TIIK HKDEI'.UEl'-IEplsco.
Morning prayer. Sabbath 10J n.m.
Kvenlng prayer, 7J p.m.
Sabbath School, II a.m.
Itr.v. E. Coan, Hector.
ST. VATRICK'S CI! L'HCII Ninth St. nnd
1'iiblle service, Sabbath 8:10 nnd 10) a.m.
Wspors, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, 'i p.m.
sen Ice o.cry dav, H n.m.
ltUV. 1'. .). O'llAl.l.oltAN, l'rlcst.
VOl'NO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSoCIA-
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
each month at their room uicr Itockwcli
A: Co's book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly I'rayer meeting', Friday, 7) p.m. at
J.. W. Stiixwim.!.. President.
A Kill CAN .METIIODIST.-Kourteenth, bo
tween Wulmit and Cedar.
Services Sabbath, 11 a.m.
Sabbath School, lj p.m.
Class meet nt !l p.m.
ECOND KltEE Wll.I. HAI'TI&T Klf-
vsenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Services sabbath. 1) nnd .1 p. m.
IlKV. N. Rich's, Pastor.
FREE Wll.l. IIAI'TIST HOME MISSION
SAIJIIATII SCIIOOI.. Conier Walnut
and Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School, i a.m.
r'IR?T KltEE Wll.l. IIAI'TIST CHURCH
Ser Ices, Sabbath II a.m., .'I p.m. .V7)p.m.
Ili:v. Wm. Kki.i.i'.v. l'nstor.
FIRST MISSIONARY IIAI'TIST CIll'llCU.
-Cellar, between Ninth ami Tenth M.
Preaching Sabbath, 10) n.m. and 7) p.m.
i'rayer meeting, V i-dneday excniiig.
Preaching, Friday I'M-nllig.
Sabliatli school, I) p.m. .lohn Yanllaxtcr
and Mary Stephen-, superintendents.
Rkv. T. .1. Slloill, Pa-tor.
SECOND IIAI'TIST Clld'CH Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
cmlv llaptlt church recognized by the As
sociation. service, .abbath, 11 a.m. !J p.m. ami 7 p.m.
l!i:v. .IaCOIi JIltAlil.llY, Elder.
AIHO COM.MANI)i:ilY. No. 13. Stated
Assembly at the A)lum Masonic Hall, tlrst
and third Saturdays In each month.
CAIRO COl'NIII., No. 21. Regular Conyo
ration at Masonic Hall, the secoud Iriday
in each month.
CAIKO CHAPTER No. 71.-Itegtilar Con
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tuesday ol every mouth.
CAIItO I.OIKiE. No. 'it; K..t A. M. Regit
lar Communications at Masonic Hall, the
second and fourth Mondays of each mouth.
ALEXANDER LODGE, 'JJlJ-Mccts In Odil-
Kcllows' Hall, In Artcr's building, every
Thursday evening at S o'clock.
STATE OFFICE US.
Governor .lohn M. Palmer;
I.lcuteiiant-Go.criior John Dougherty;
Secretary of State Edmund Ituinmcl ;
Auditor or State C. E. I.lppincott :
State Treasurer E. N. Hates ;
Supt.I'ublic Instruction-Newton Hatemaii
CoNfi iTlisSM EN.
Senators I.yman Trumbull and .lohn A.
Logan. ' .
Representatives for the state-at-Large s.
1.. Ueverldge. ,
Iteprescniatlve Tlilrtcenth Dl-trict John
MEMIIEIIS GENERAL AsSEMHI.Y.
Senators, Kirt District T. A. E. Holcomb,
r Union, and S. IC. Oibon, of Gallatin.
Representative, First District II. Watson
Judge 1). J. Uaker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney .1. K. McCartney,
Sherlif A. H. Irvln.
Win. Martin AsH-s-or and Treasurer.
Judge K. Ilro-s.
Asociates,I. E. McCrite and S. Marchll
don. Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Gossinan.
Mavor .lohn M. Lanxlen.
Treasurer J. II. 'I ayl ir.
Comptroller E. A. ilurnett.
Clerk Michael llowley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. II. Pope.
Police Magistrates K. llron nnd IJ. Shan
nessy. Chlcl or Police L. II. Myers.
Mayor John M. Landcn.
First Ward P. O. Schuli.
Second Ward C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Slants Taylor.
City-at-I-argc W. P. Hafliday nd D.
HOARD Of ALDKRMnN.
Klrst Wanl -James ltcarden, A. II. Saf--.
lord, Isaac Walder.
Second Wanl It. II. Cunningham, L. lJu-
der, Q. Stancel, James Swuyne.
Third Ward-Win. Stnitton. J. I). Philll.
Kourth Ward-Jno. H. Robinson, G. 11.
Scasc. J. II. Metealf.
Tho Cairo Turncra will hold their 10th
nnrilvennry on Monday September lGih,
nt John Schoel ' garden nnd hull. No
palm will bo spared to mako tho enter
tainment a f;rnml affair. Tho colebrntion
will conclude with n largo ball.
Particulars nnd programme will bo
furpiehed in duo tlmo. Tho r.ommlttoo of
arrangements It a very selected ono, nnd
know how to manage such things.
I'urk Wines nnd Liquors not u head
nche or a light In n thousand gallons of
It at the Timlin Saloon, corner Twelfth
street nnd Washington avenuo.
Aoe.vi'd OmciTl.C. 11. K. Co,l
Caiho, Aug. 29, 1872.
Hereafter nil bills of lading for prop
erty shipped on the transit steamer Illi
nois will bo signed at tho ttono depot of
fice. Ja. Joiixko.v, Agt.
I'lUIIIIOFF KUKNITUliE FACTOHV
AVm. Klchliotr has purchased tho inter
est of his brothers in tho above establish
ment In Cairo, and is now prosecuting the
Furniture, manufacturing business with
great success. Uu has n full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on hand, nnd can war
rant every article no manufactures. He
his also u full stock of Jledateada, Ch.ilrs.
Tables, Ilurcaus, Desks, ward robes, mat
tresses, etc., always on hand, and his prices
defy competition. Sales room at tho fac
For boots und shoes go to Moskovitz's.
P. Sacp's popular Tobacco nnd Cigar
Store Is located on Commercial avenue,
between Sixth and Seventh streets, nnd
marked by the unique sign of "the Girl of
Perfume nnd toilet articles nt
Ir you with to inauige in n delicious
cigar, patronize I. Saup, Commercial nve-
nuo If you wish good chewing or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, etc.,
go to P. Saup's popula Tobacco nnd
Ovh enterprising dry goods merchant,
Mr. J. JJurgcr, is now in New York,
msking his purchases for the fall trndo
New tioods for late Summer nnd Fall
will begin to nrrivo early next week, for
his clothing store on the Luvco and his
dry goods house on Commercial avenue.
In the meantime, the goods now on hand
will bo sold very cheap to make room
for hiii now stock. Ills customers will find
gentlemanly clerks ut both his establish
ment!, ready to show them good' ut nil
times, and assist thern in making pur
Ills. Ce.vtuai, It. U. Co.. 1
Aount's Office, Cairo, Sept. :, 107'J, j
To persons wishing to attend tho Un
ion Fair to bo held nt Jonesboro from
September 11 to September 13th, wo will
sell excursion tickets to Anna nnd return
nt one dollnr and ninety cents ($1.90).
Sale of tickets will commence on the 10th
nnd discontinue on the 13th. Tickets good
until September 11th inclusive.
9-C-dOt. James Johnson, Agent.
PIANOS AND OHOANS.
Tho best, most rclinblo nnd chenpest
Pianos nnd Organs in the market and on
terms to suit tho purchaser. Old instru
ments taken in pu.t payment for now
Thoso wishing to purchaso instruments
had bettor 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 five years.
N. P. Curtice, Agent.
Go to tho Thaliu for tbo tost Weiss
hcor in town 5-21dlf
Caiho Box and Basket Co.,
Manufacturers of nnd Dealers In
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
Having the sole right In this city to use the
FULTON DRY KILN,
the best Patent Kllu extant, wo are espe
cially prepared to furnish at all times, on
the shortest uotlco,
THOllOUGHLY SEASONED LUMHEIt.
Attention is culled to our stock or
Lumber dollvcrcd to any part o( tho city,
x orders received nt tho olllco of
SAFFOUD, MOIUIIS CANDEE,
at that of the company, comer of 84th
itrett and Ohio levst augSSdSm.
Four fir. 1 1 try rooms on tho second floor,
Inquiro nt tho corner of Fourteenth street
and Washington nvenuo. tf.
House for rent on Division street, bo
tween Twentieth nnd Tw( nt-flrst streot
Apply to Mrs. Ouflnoy, Central Houo.
Paper collars, cravats, scarfs, bosom
shirts nnd hodery ut Moskovitz's.
Mrs. McGee hns cleared her shelves of
summer goods to mako room for the largo
and handsomo stock of Fall goods which
sho will be now daily recoiving through
tho Fall senson. Her well known good
tustu und success in pleasing hor many
customers Is n guarantee that only tho
latest fashions and best quality of millinery
nnd fancy goods will bo found nt hor es
tablishment. Ladies are cordially invited
to call nnd oxnmlno her bonnets, hats,
ribbons, shoes, gloves, flowers, trimmings
fall sorts, etc., otc. 0-7-tf.
Louis Blatau's suloon deserves the
popularity in to which it has grown. It hns
boon vory handsoinoly filled up, nnd is so
comfortablo that it is u pleasure to whilo
ntvnv n annrn lllllir tlmm. TIlO bar IS
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rtmppllod with nil kinds of flno liquor and
wlnos, nnd with the best of Kresli Lagor
Beer, nnd Weiss Beer that in dolieiousenss
cannot bo excelled, A lunch, froo to
patrons, is sproad ovory day, Hnd nn articlo
of Swcltzor Chocso, tho best inthomurket,
is always on hand. Mr. Blautnu Invites
tho.publio to givo him a call, on Eighth
street, botwom Commercial avenue und
Ohio Lereo, opposite the Perry Houso, in
Kitor'i building. 7-2. dtf
THE -SIMMONS &CLOUOU OKOAN
NKW Anu large kctory erected its
HIZK, CAPACITY, LOCATION!!, ETC.
From the Detroit 'Tribune.'
Mossn. Simmons, Clough & Co., manu
facturers of reed organs, etc., having met
with u remarkable success in business, on
account of tho excellence of their wares.
found their quarters tho block occupied
liv them on Mlamu avenue, near tho
corner of Gratiot entirely too small.
Consequently they have entereu into ar
rangements to Increase tho capacity of
their works, and In doing to expect to be
fully able to supply all the demands thai
may bo made upon them. Their buslncis
has grown to immense proportions,and.not
withstunding their entepnsing disposition
and qualities, they have been unable, dur
ing liiu past year especially, to keep pace
with their orders. This stale of affairs is
gratifying ullko to the city und to the
On tho 1st ot January n now partner
ship was formed, which is to last three
years, und It will be known ns tho Sim
mons & Clongb Organ Company. F. J.
Simmons, James K. Clough nnd Joseph A.
Wurren are to bo the general partners and
Joito 11. Far well is admitted ns a special
partner, the latter contributing $30,000 to
the capilul stock of tho concern. Ar
rangements liuve nlso been perkcled
whereby the capital stock can bo Increased
nt uny time, and tho members ofthu'flrm
are fully ublo to carry them out.
Ncr is this ull. The company have pur
chased a large lot on the north-east comer
of Congre.s und Sixth streets, upon which
they have erected u manufactory of large
capacity, nnd ono that in completeness of
detail, durability and in exterior finish is
u decidi! ornament to that purt of the
city. Wo are unable to give u minute
description of the structure. It hns a
frontage of 120 feet on .Sixth street by CO
feet on Congress street, nnd beldes u high
butemenl is four stories in height. Toe
lot hat it frontago on Sixth street of l'JO
feet, und on Congress street of 138 feet.
Thus it will be seen that thero will boabund
unco of room Separate, from tho main
building thero is nn engino-room, dry
kilos, etc., und in tho course of tlmo nn
addition will be mndo to the former so us
to ulvo It an uh" shape.
The factory is supplied with a 40 horso
power engine, nnd new machinery
throughout, and is ono of the largi-s.
buildings used for rnanufac'.uring pur
poci in this city, The cost of tho build
lair l cstitnat'-d at al out $100,000. The
new building will accommodate all their
employes, nnd besides being commodious
will b'o heated by steam." It was com
piled and ready for occupancy on the 1st
Of May, 1872.
The'company manufacture 40 different
styles of instruments, which sell for from
$00 to $o00 each, and the creat demand
for them is the best proof of their quality.
Their "cabinet styles have become ureal
favorites wherever they have been intro
duced, especially since the introduction
into them of tho stops, tho Vox Celeste and
the Louis patent Vox Humana. To their
irrand combination organs they are ap
plyinc a wonderful invention which is
known as Scribner's patent "qualifying
tubes," which impart to tho organ a smooth,
tlutc-liko quality of tone nnd increase tho
power and brilliancy of the music. The
new company is composed of energetic
business men, and they undoubtedly hnve
n good future before them. y-3tf.
Otlice or. superintendent or Custom House, 1
Cairo, Ills., Sept. llth, 1872. ;
Tho undersigned will sell at public nuc
tion on Thursdny, tho 2Ctli day or Septem
ber, nt 10 o'clock n. m., on tho premises of
the custom houso nt Cairo, Illinois, gov
ernment proporty us follows, viz:
Small lot ash nnd walnut flooring and
Shovels nnd hoes.
Buckets, iron and wooden.
Largo lot of scaffolding plank.
Iron beams nnd sernp iron.
NaiU and other hardware.
1 mortice machine, noarly new.
1 platform scales.
Screens nnd Sieves.
J iron trucks.
f work benches,
1 bell nnd fixtures,
1 grindstone with fixtures,
1 letter press nnd stand.
Chairs and other articles too numorous
Terms of snle, cash. All goods must lo
removed within three days Irom sulo.
G. II. Seask, Superintendent.
HOW TO GO WEST.
This is an enquiry which every ono
should have truthfully answered before bo
starts on his journey, und n littlo euro
taken in examination of Koutcs will in
many cases save much trouble, time und
The "I. B. & W. l.oute," running from
Indianapolis tnrough Bloomlnglon to Bur
lington, has achieved h splendid reputation
in the lust two years as the leading passen
ger route to the west. At Burlington it
connects witli the great Burlington Route
which runs direct through Southern Iowa
to Nebraska and Kansas, with close
connections to Calitornia und the Terri
tories; nnd pasengers starting from Cairo
on their way westward, cannot do better
than totnke'thel.B. & W.nnd Burlington
The Lino hns published n pamphlet cal
led "How to go West," which contains
much valuable information i a luriro cor-
i reel map of tho Great West, which cun bo
I obtained free of churgo by iiddressine tho
i Genernl Passenger Agent h.o: i(.
Burlington, lowu. .u.ucavdm.
IT IS A POLITICAL FACT
n religious fact a mornl fact a scien
tific fact a fact Indisputable, that P.
SAUP has on hand, at his popular To-
iiacco and OlOAii Store, tho best brand
of hII kinds Tobacco and Clgnrs.
NEW EXCITEMENT AT THE EX
CELSIOR. F. Blnnkenburg wishes to announco to
his frlonds and patrons Hint ho has suc
ceeded in ongnglng Prof. Wllhreclit of
St. Louis, n fine pianist, who will amuso
tho Iovom of rousio with a seloction of
charming pieces on tho piano. Every
body Is Invited to tho Excelsior, cornor
of 14th itreot and Washington avenue.
Our Homo Advertisers .
JlEOULAll CAIRO. PADUCAH A EVANS
V1LLE SEMI-WEEKLY U. S.
SI . t ... ......,.
Thn Fs.af ami Elegant 1's.sitniior Hlesmer
Jack Grammeii, Master.
En. Thomas, Clerk.
t3T Leaves: Cairo for Pudllcah and Evans.
vlfio7evcry Thursday and .Sunday evening,
nto o'clock, roiinceting nt Evansville with
the Louisville nnd Cincinnati packets. For
ircigui or passage appiy 10
James IIkius Passenger Ag't.
IlEOl.'LAlt CAIRO. PADUCAH A EVANS
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The line Pasucngcr Packet
BEN. HOWARD Master
Nkgxp.y Rudd .Clerk
iSTLeaves Cairo for Pudllcah and Evans
vlfie ecry Tuesday and Friday evening at 0
o'clock. For lrcight or passage apply on
board or to
Jamkjs Bir.ns, Pn.ongcr Ag't,
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANSVILLE
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
The fine low pressure Passenger Packet
W. B. PENNINGTON
JSTLeacs Cairo ecry Wednesday and
Saturday evening ntO o'clock, lor Paducah
and Evansville. For Ireight or passage ap
ply on board or to
JAmes Bices, Passenger Ag't.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
Trie splendid steamer
Dick Fowler, Captain.
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted,)
at 4 a.m. For Ireight or passage apply ou
CAlRu AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trips dally.
'LEAVING CAIRO I LEAV'O MOUND CITY
At a.m. I At 8:30 a.m.
At 11 n.m I At 1:30 p.m.
At 4:30 p.m. AtC p.m.
Fare each wav, 30 cents ; 10 tickets for
ii o0. Will land, when hailed, at any good
Intermediate lauding for passengers or
rre ights. novltr.
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
Has opened a Harness Shop on Washington
Avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh
Streets for the purpose or MANU
FACTURING all kinds or
DOUBLE & SINGLE HARNESS
HaLTERS, BKIDLKS, &C,
Which lie Keeps on salo or will make to
order. His motto Is : "Good Stock, good
work, and justice to all men."
All kinds or repairing clone with neatness
and dispatch. (.Jive him a trial, you will
find he don't propose to "Stand ou a home
Our Homo Advertisors.
Aa nn Invito ra tor, Liver Corrector
mill Blood Renovator li superior to alt ths
Hitter, Elixirs, Cordials and Harsn
partitas in o-s, It Is so adapted to the whole
pritsm that ererjr organ and function in the bod; Is
brought under Its exhilarating Influence. It gtres
tone and strcasth to the digestive np
pnrntiM, dispels languor and debility,
invigorates tho Liver, rcffulntes too
Kidneys nnd Basrela, remotes Ike effect of
eiceis or orertaxatlon of any kind and gives vi
tality nnd richness to tho blood.
lis curatlre powers alter and completely reormn.
Izo tie entire man of fluids and efen the solids of
the liusan sjitem, thereby prerentlng and curing
Dyspeptic nnd Consumptive Symp.
to:ns, rover nnd Ague, Billons Diseas
es, rovers of all kinds, Nervous Debil
ity, Affections of the Htomacts and
Bowels, etc. Asa mild and delightful laelgo
rant for dsllccte females, it has no superior.
Dy its use new life and rigor lagiren to both body
and mind, sending a glow of vitality through every
part, which Is permanent und lasting.
It Is the ruoit en .dual remedy for the relief ot
human suffering ever discovered, and as pleasant to
the taste as old rye or floe win.
x WE CHALLENGE x
X 3 X TE3:-E X & X
x WORLD x
To produce a mora delicious medicine to take, yelso
potcut fur the prevention and cure of dUeasoe at
2:. EZini'S WOSU'3 72113 ACT BLOOD I17IITIU.
Price HI, or 6 Battles for 9a.
Prepared by theOreflon Medicine Co,, ST. LOCI a,
Mo, SolJ by Prugglsti and dealers iu medicines
Eieliunbury's clrar and tobacco stand
is growing in popularity every day. It is
located on Eighth street betweon Wash
ington avonuo and Ohio loveo. The Em
peror William, In nil his majosty, Hands at
Uio uoo r inviting me puuue in eauipiu me
excollcnt chewinp; and smoking tobacco,
and splendid cigars within. Eichenburi;
is determined to succeed, and if merit in
tho goods can eecuro him success he will
not bo disappointed. Go and tee him.
Chartered Xareh si, ines.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, OAIBO
A. 11. SArTOItD. I'rcsldcnt;
S. S. TAYLOU, Vice-President;
II. HYSI.Ol', Secretary and Trc
P. M. BASCLAT, CSAS. OALlOHtB,
K, II. UrocirLiTS, Pact O. Benin,
R. II. CexsmonAM, a. 1', Hallidat,
J. M. Pamirs. '
Deposits ot any Amount Keeel ved Irom
Test Cents Upwards.
INTKKBHT paid on deposits at the rate ot su
percent, per annum, March Island Peplem-tx-r
Ut. Interest not withdrawn Is rubied Imme
diately totre principal of the deposits, thereby
K'vlni! them compound Interest.
UARRIKI) WOMKN AND CHILDREN MAT
SO THAT HO OKI 1 1 Jl K CAM nBAW IT.
Open every buslnesa day rrom .m. to 3 p.m.,
nd Saturday evening lor HA VINO DEPOSITS
only, from t to o'ciock.
W. HT8LOP. Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. nAl.LIDAY. Preeldent;
11 KM RT L. II ALLIDW, Vice-President
A. H. HAKFOR1), Cashier ;
WALTER IIYBLOP, Assistant Cashier.
Htaati Tatlob, RosraT II. Ci'ssisohsm
Htsai L. Haludat, W. P. Uailidat,
Qto. 1). Wltu Anson, Brtrain Ulan
A. B. SArroiD.
Kxenassse, Cola saatd United Nuiicm
Bonds Bon hi and Mold.
EP0SIT3 received, sad fenersl banklnv
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL HUM), President!
ROBERT !(l...-?'t VxiLPresI'loat
O. N. UUOIIKS, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS I'ROMPTLY MADE,
EXCIIANOE, coin, bank antes and United
Stales securllle bought and sold.
lnlerS Allowed on Time Weposltw.
UOUHN, Is ANSI. KTCl
W. W. THORNTON'S.
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13$ TENTH STREET,
Doors, Hash, Blinds. Moulding,
Etsve G a tiers, (wood) Window and Ooor
rranses, Vloorlns;, Itth,
NnluKles, Glased Naan, Glased Hide
Lights, Ulased Transoms,
Naab Weights, Nash Pullleo and Cord
Blind fastenings. Hooting
Fell, Routing C'euicnt, Plastering
Paper, Carpet Veil, White
Lead, Llnsod Oil, Asuerlcna Window
Glass, Cugllsh audFreueh
Plate Glass, Pnltjr, G!asler's Posute
Newer Pipes Patent Chlsnueys,
Ktc Etc., Kle.
A (1ENT8 lor Rock Rlvei Paper Company"
Hhnithlnu Kelt anil Uuarta Cement
II, W John's Improved Roofinit alway on
LIME I OEMKNT!
CAPE QIRAKDKAU AND ILLIMK
Commeroial-av., Foot of Elovonth-st.
Beit quality of Lime and Cement al
ways on hand, and for salo at toe
i very lovrett figures for coin.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGT0N-AV.
Our Homo Advertisers.
FIRE AND MARINE
KIAOARA, N. T.,
Assets 1,4S6,21C 2.1
QKRMANIA, N. V.,
Assets ..l,00S,71t 78
Assets . ?20 602 00
REPUBLIC, N. Y.,
Assets 714,921 00
Comprising the Underwriters' Agency,
YONKKR9, N. Y.,
Assets mm 78 404 11
Asiets .. 453,1 M 2.1
rirtr.UE.s's fu.vd, g. r.,
Asets.. 076. 80O 0o
SECURITY, N. T. MAIIINK,
Assets - m 1,432.619
Htores, Dwellings, Furniture, Hulls nnd Cat
K'lt-s, Insured t rntea ns fyrrnldnas lOUoil, per
msneni security will wsrrsnt.
I respectfully a-k of tho cllltina ol Cn!ro,
shairof their patronaxe.
('. N. II14JIIKN.
TEUTOaN'IA life insurance
OF CUIOAGO, ILLINOIS.
IOUN A. UUCK, - .
U. KNOUKLSDOUFP, -
'Juas. Kkitz, IIxxky Weber,
A. C. Kr.siso, A. Miscu,
'.'i:ab. Wkntiie, Ciias. Vkuqiia,
Francis Lackner, Ciias. Dskolino,
(J. UlRBCIt, Hf.inuarut,
The hesl oreitniipd and eeonmt eomnanv In
the norihet. 'I he only company whicli guar-
an.ee a casn surrt-nurrvaiue.
CARL L. TIIOMAS, Oek. Ao't,
2Vllr for 4'iilroMnil vli lnlly
W. . M
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 3111m the Shortest ltont
ElRhly Miles Hie Nhortest Rant
TO ST. LOUIS
NO OtlANOE OF CARS
KROM CAIItO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONK CHANGE OF CARS
OM OAIUO TO
Cincinnati, .. Ilnnspolli, Toledo,
Jetf.H, Clevilmd, MnKara Fells,
HiiH.il". illsMiiK, Wi-lilnulon.
llaltliimre, l'hddid.hia, New York.
Boston and nil points ea-t.
llllwaukfp, JaopsvIIIp, 3Ia.ll.on,
LaCroase, St. Paul and nil points north.
ihis Is nlro tho only direct route lo
Decatur, lllnntTiingtnn, Npringeld,
I'-orla, Cfti no , Keokuk,
lliirhniiriin, Krck itl.nd, I. Snlle.
Mendoia, Mxoa, Kreeport,
tliilena, Dub .iju-, Mum wlty,
Omaha hihi hII jIm(s northweet.
Elegant Drnwinf; Room Sleeping Cn
On nil-Night Trains..
Bsgsngo Checked to nil Important points.
For tlckcn snd lii'onnatl"n, apply to 1. C. tt.lt
depiit t nirni on hoard trie trunsit steamr be
tween Coliimlii's iinil I'nlro, and st tne princlpi
rnilroA ticket niBva thrnugimut the south.
W. V. JOIIN-ti.N Uen'l 'ass .tg't, Chlcaio.
A. JlitriiiLL, (irn'l bup't, Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
SPR1NOFIELI) A N D ILLINOIS
fcOUTH EASTERN R. R.
On nnd nftor Jlonduy, April 24th, 1972
trains will run ns lollows:
TU41VS O.IISO SOl'TlltlST.
Leave Vlrsltiln 0.4 1 r.. in I 35 p.m.
r'prinBtielil. 0 i' " 3.ts
.' Tnjlurvtlle lis fi " 0 C
Arrive at fan.- 11.40 " ft.17 "
vasisa onso Noaviiwtst.
Leave Pans t.ii n. ni .3 lti.li
" Tnvlurtill- 4 4'i " 4 6 "
Arrive at !r ull-lil...0.is " ........6tjo
Lesve Spr.nvfieid. n.S " 6 Id "
Arrive at VI Kini.i 8.3 " 8.15 "
SOUTH RUM DIVIBIOX.
TSAINs OIllSO SOVIIIUbT,
Lavo Edgwood 5.;tnn. hi. in.lOn. m
" Flurn sS " II.4u
Arrive at Shawm el1 . M ' 6 16 '
No. Pub. an 1 1'. 8. Com
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
Assets S,MD,604 07
NORTH AMERICA, PA
Assets 2,7S3,00O 00
Assets 2,51 4,210 72
Assets m.... ;i,781,148 60
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y
Assets . 1,363,8D3 17
Asiets 1515,073 f8
Asset S15.;,278 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Asset J500.0CO 0
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE,
Assets , 30,u(i0,0(1 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Asset Jl.tOOOO1) 00
RAILWAY PASSENflERS A SURANCE
ysiets fJOO.OOO Otf
Assets n,802 00
71 Ohio I.evee,
City National Bank, CtIRO, ILL.
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY
GIFT CON CERT.
DAY OF THE DRAWING FIXED.
NO POSTPi JNEMENT.
FROM SEl'TUMUER 2Sth.
To tub Public: . ,
Tho Trustees ot tho l'uhllc Llhrarj of
Kentucky helntr satllle d IVoni tho liinrii udo
ut tickets nlreitdy niade, ami tlio dally In
ircuslng deinantl for them, that theru will be
in necasloii tor postponing tho second draw
ins: in tho (lilt Concert in aid ol'thu l'uhllc
MTiriiry ol Kentucky, liavo liistriietcd liie, ns
their a'eiit and mtiiiujror ol' tho Gilt Coiiecrt,
i o suv to tho pulillo and ticket-holders that
: lie 'lruwIiiL' villi l)osltlelv tako tilaeu on
September -Sth pros., und will not lie post
poned. An active demand lortlckeU eonies
iinm every State and Territory otthu United
Mates, nnd from tho Caiiadas. clviii" usMir-
aiicu id l no Trustees uiui no eireiinisiatieo
van prevent a drawing ut nppoluted time.
A blllllelent elerleal foreo U eiiijaged to
Keep up with tho orders tor tickets, and in
irder that this olllco may ho rellmed ol tho
.tmnense prestiro Incident to tho business lor
1 no wecK or two iniuieiiiawi.v prrcuuiiiK mu
.rawing, agents especially, and thoso deir
ill or procuring tickets, aiu requested to
end In their orders Immediately, us sales
will have to ho closed In time t'i mako tho
necessary preparations lor Hit u rawing. It
tho wish or tho manayi'incnt to t I every
itder lor a ticket, as well as to sell all ho
Ickets. hut thoso who apply tint must tlrst
,o supplied i and If those who put oil' buying
tntll sales are closed have their money re
timed Instead of tho tickets ordered, as in
'ho tlrst ('lit Concert in December last, who t
I iiottsands or dollars thnt enme'too Into were
cut buck, they will have none to blame but
THOS. E. HRAMLETTE,
Agent Piibtie Library Kentucky.
Lou.bvii.ls, Kt., August 10, lJ-.
FOR SALE, ) f.or Hlo ( FOR SALE,
I ForSsIe I '
S-OR SALE. J FoJielFOR BALE.
Faro from LiVKitrooL,
Faro from Londcndkrrt
Furo from Glasoow,
Faro from Queknstown
TO CAIRO, ;::::::: $4820
flfltToft. Mnrrt- A Ct , ecnt.
HENltY 11. MEYER,
DECORATIVE, SIGN and ORXA3IENTAL
GRAIXIXG AND 3IARBLING
of every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
in every style, plain and ornamental.
1'artlctilar attention paid to Class. Gliding
Orders solicited lor deeucry, Frcseoe and
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All work in
trusted to my earn will ho promptlv nt
teuded to. Shop In I'errv lIou.e, eorner ot
Commercial avenue anil Eighth street,
On EiKhth.etrfCt,belwfcnCnmmcr;inlniI Wssh
ntlton A nunc.-, ii .inilv receivin?
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATENT SflllNO AND SUMMER NTYLKS.
llvsiiies a lull hue ut
BOETN"ETS &s "HT.A.TS
iTriimne.l anil nntrhnmeil,
KHENCa Fl.nWKHS. RIHim.Ns, TRIMMINGS
of hII UiniD, Lnccs, etc., etc.
Mrs. Mcfiee hss also u large assortment o
Fnuvy Arllclts, such as
NKCK Tl.N. COLL.VIX"). UNDERSLEEVE9.
HUFKs, bAatltti, FANS, '
An 1 nil oihe rnrticleB usually lounrt In
KIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. Mcfl(p, iii n lilltlon In her stock of Finer
Hint Millimty (lil, liasurtnn nnil comile e as
i rlmeiit oi Cincinnati Cutum Male Lsilies
mil Misses' fchocs an. I Chllitn ns llootJ. Iilsclc
ati'l In Colors. 'Ihwe nre acknolrd(rnl l" b
lie linest anil het the in the market, SLd ihl
hf only lai-e lit the city mat muse, them .
DR. B. C. TAKER,
Will resume tho practice of his profession,
with especial relireliee to tho electrical
lieainiciit ol ilbcan's In all the new and im
proved methods of anplicatioii.
In all eaes of pihato eouiplaluts a lady
wili bo in attendance,
Ulllce, 1-J3 Commercial avenue, up stain.
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
I KMDKM.h Nn. Ml TMrieeiiih slreel. bsv.
1 V Iwrim U'nslunlou atenneauil VV'alniil street,
i lilies 1 J tin mil itcinI KVeniir. up stairs.
C. W. J)UNNIN0, M. D.
OF.SlIiK.NCK-i'orni-rNinlli ami Walnut its,
IOihce coi not .-uili street and Ohio lavas,
Umop hours fron.d a.m. to in nn., and p.m
II. WARDNER, M. D.
UESIDKNCK-Corner Mnetsrnth llreet sn4
Washmiitiin avenue, near enurt hnnes. Of.
til-cover Ar r'sfinx-eiy Store, Olllce Hours Irons
in t f m sd -om 2 to 4 p.m.
II. S. UltK .AM, M. D
Homcopathlo I'hysiclan ui.d SurKcom Of
dee I'M Commercial avenue. HeilUeDct oa
Tenth street threo doora westofC.K. Vooa