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OFFIOH. BXTIiliiaTIXT 0BTJXXjlDI3ra-, GOB. 12TH 037 33,23 IE 3? A.25TD W.A.SIIirisra-'rortT 1ST TTIH.
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. 1872
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
I'reacliliur, Sabbath at 101 and "1 P-n.
l'rayer meeting, Wednesday ot7, 1;. m.
Sabbath School, a p.m. .1. M. Lansden, 8 U
pcrlntcndcnt. Rev. II. Tiiaykk, 1'astor
METHODIST. Cor. Eighth and Walnut SU
I'reacliliur, Sabbath nt 10) ii.m., und7 p. m
l'rayer meeting. Wednesday, 74 p.m.
.Sabbath School, a. p.m. I.. W. Stlllwcll,
Superintendent. Rev. F. I.. Thompson,
CHUHCII OF Till: ltKlEKMEIt-(Eplsco-pal.)
MornliiK prayer. Sabbath 105 a.m.
Evening tirayer, 71 p.m.
Sabbath .School, II n.m.
Rev. K. Coa.v, Hector.
ST. PATRICK'S CHUKCll-Nlnth St. and
I'ubllo service, Sabbath a:10 and 10J a.m.
Vespers, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, '1 p.m.
Service every day. 8 a.m.
Rev. I". .1. O'IIalloiiaN, lrlet.
street between Washington Au-mio and
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath .school at 'J o'clock p.m. II. C.
Hkv. Iton'T. IIeuiiii, Pastor
VOt'NH MEN'S christian associa
tion. Regular meeting second Monday
each mouth at their room oxer Itockwell
(.V Co's book store, Commercial uveuue.
" it Weekly I'raj er meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. at
I.. W. Stim.wku., President.
AFRICAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
tueeu Walnut and Cedar.
.Services, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
Sabbath School, ij p.m.
Class meet at y p.m.
ECOND FREE WILL IIAPTIST'-Flf.
tsenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.'
Services babbuth, 11 and II p. in.
ItKV. N. Hicks, lVtor.
FREE WILL HAPTI.vr IIOMi: MISSION
SAIIIIAT1I hCIIOOL. Comer Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbath School, 1 a.m.
FIRST FREE Wll.l. IIAl'TIST C11UHCII
-(.'urn's I (arracks.
Services, Sabbath II a.m., !l p.m. A-7Jp. m.
Hkv. Wsi. Kki.i.kv, l'ator.
FIRST MISSIONARY IIAl'TIST CIH.'HCII.
-Cedar, between Ninth anil Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath, Ml a.m. anil p.m.
l'rayer inrcting, Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath Mchool, 1 p.m. .lohn VunRaxtcr
:tud Mary Mepheiis, Superintendents.
ItKV. T. .1. Siioki'.m, Pastor.
SECOND IIAl'TIST CHURCH Fourteenth
Street, between Ccdur and Walnut. The
only llaptl-t church recognized by the As
sociation. Sen lce, Sabbath, 11 a.m. a p.m. and . p.m.
Hkv. .Iacoii Huadi.kv, Elder.
AIHO "COMMANDER Y, No. 13.-Ptated
Auemblv at the Asylum Masonle Hull, llrst
and third Saturdav In each mouth.
CAIKO col "NUL,'No.'.M. Regular Convo
cation at Maunlc Hall, the second Friday
in each month.
CAIRO ( IIAITCH No. 71. Regular (.on
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Ttiesdav ot every month.
CAIRO LODGE, N0.1B7 F..t A. M.-Regtl-lar
Communications at Ma-onle Hall, the
second and fourth Monday of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, Meet In Odd
Fellows' Hall, In Artcr'i building', every
TliurMlay evening at 8 o'clock.
ovenior .lohn M. Palmer;
Lieutenant-Governor .lohn Dougherty ;
Secretary of Male IMinund Itumuiel ;
Auditor or Mate C. K. l.tpptncou :
State Trea-urer K. N. Hates ;
Sujit. Public Initmctlon-Ncwton llatemaii
Senator I.yinan Trumbull and John A.
'lcprecntatlvc for the Statc-at-l.arge s.
J.. Hevcriilj.'0. , , , ,
Hepreentatlvc Thirteenth DMriet .lohn
MKM1IKIW GUNKH.VI. AsSUMIH.Y.
Senatopi, Firet District T. A. K. Holcoiub,
r Union, and S. K. iibon, of (lallatin.
HeprecentJitlve, Flrt District H. Waton
.liltlKC I). J. Ilaker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney .1. F. .McCartney,
Kheritr A. II. Irvln.
Wm. Martin A-e.ir and I reaurer.
county coins r.
Judge F. llro.
A"oehitC! .). K. McCrlte and S. .Marchll
don. Clerk Jacob (I. Lynch.
Coroner John II. (iorinan.
Mayor John M. I.anden.
Treamrer J. 11. Taylor.
Comptroller K. A. llurnett.
i'Aetk Michael Howley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
. Attorney P. II. Pope.
Police Magistrate ! . Ilros and II. M.iin
nev. Chief of Police I.. II. Mer.
Mayor .lohn M. I.anden.
First Ward P. (i. Schuh.
Second Ward C. H. Woodwanl.
Third Wurd .Ino. Wood.
. Fourth Ward-S. Staatx Taylor.
' Cltv-at-Largo-W. P. Ilalllday Mid I).
IIOAUH Of AI.KKKMKN.
Flrt Ward-Jamen Hearden, A. 11. Saf
lord, Isaac Waldcr.
Second Ward-H. II. Cunningham, I.. Un
der. J. Slanccl, JanicH Swayne.
Third Ward-Win. Stratum, J. H. Phill K
Fourth AVard-.Ino. II. ltoblnon, 0. II.
Scaso. J. II. Melcalf.
Snow fell In HholllelJ, Knglaud, ycitor
dy. Caleb dulling will shortly return to
A shock of carthqunko vlillcd Shanghai
on Saturday Afternoon.
Tho II rat concert of Hublnl was given
yesterday in Now York.
Thonotet of tho Vermont Central rail
road aro going to proteit.
Tho carpenters of Chicago tlruck yes
torday for four dollars a day.
Another municipal reform conference Is
to bo held in Now York to-morrow.
Charles Sumner has, gono to Paris and
will return to America in Novambcr.
Movers' new mlri'trol opera houso
opone'd in tho burnt district of Chicago
Tho Knglith crickat elevon aro playing
a match with twenty-two. In Philadelphia.
Ofllclul notices of tho death of KIiik
Clmrlot of Sweden and Norway hat been
Ccnernl Sheridan and party arrived in
Yankton vcttcrduy and Shortly after left
Tor Sioux City.
Senator Porncroy of Kantas addrcucd it
Ornnt iitul Wilson meeting nt Munhattun,
Kunins, lust night.
Joseph llurnett, of New York, was
killed by his brother-in-law on Sunday in
u (juurrcl about money matters.
Tho Ilourbon Democrats of Kansas
havo issued n call for u State convention
to bo hold nt Topckaon October 3d.
On Saturday night n negro horse thief
win taken from his escort neur Orleans,
Kentucky, and hung by tho citizens.
Nupoleon Hill, of Hill, Fontaine & Co.,
was elected president of tho chamber of
commerce- at Momphis, yestorduy.
A flro ut l.ittlo Hock on Sunday morn
ing did $8,000 damaKo, tho property be
ing owned bv O. Wutklns. Insurance,
Tho convention of railroad ticket agents,
in teisioti at Now York, havo appointed ii
committee to draft a new constitution and
Tho Wisconsin Stato fair commenced in
.Milwaukee yesterday, but tho heavy rain
interfered materially with tho success or
tho llrst day.
Tho heaviest rain storm known for years
occurred in Milwatikeo on Sunday night.
Four pcoplo were killed by lighthing in
It is stated that tho emperor of Ger
many intends shortly a largo reduction of
tho 'army of occupation after tho next
indemnity payment by France.
In reference to tho "recent defalcations
of Johnson, clerk in tho sub-treaury at
New York, tho treasury otllcors from
Washington ncqult his superiors of liny
Judgo I.oonard, of Now York, yester
day granted a writ of hubeas corpus tor
Thomus Ferrcll, charged with having
Isluied tho death off two lunatioi nt Hl
wMl'JIsland. . ' ;v t ,T .
Cholera continues to -"spread .in. 11oh
mania. It is epidemic In tho cxtretilo
and, it U feared, will rpreud ovor tho en
tlro country. Ten thousand have already
died from tho disease.
Motions were mado in tho city court of
New Yofk yeatorday to set aside tho ver
dicts of tho Jury in the cae of three
widows who lost their husbands by tho
Westtleld explosion. Decision reserved.
The second annual Industrial and Agri
cultural fair of Kansas City opened yes
terday, under brilliant auspices. Tho
display of bubjects was hotter than last
year, and tho crowd of visitors was bo
yond precedent. Tho races also were ex
cellent. At a meeting of tho Spring street Fed
eral Council of Internationals in Now
York on Sunday it was announced that
tho Internationals of Kuropo aro to hold
n ii other Universal Congress, as tho ono
roeentlv held at tho Ilaguo has cuuscd
i great dissatisfaction.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
Manufacturers of and Dealer In
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
Having the solo right In this city to u&o the
FULTON DRY KILN,
Uio best Patent Klin extant. vn urn Pimp,
chilly prepared to nirnUb t all time, on
BUUI tUPly I1UII VV
THOHOUOUIA' SEASONED l.UMIIEH.
Attention I called to our stock of
Lumber dcllvorcd to ouy part of tho city
Oriluru receivcu at mo ouiuc oi
SAFFOUD, MOHUIS& OANDEE,
at that of the company, corner of 84th
treet and unto ievej uugzuuoui
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 JMIIu the Bhorleat Itonte
KlRbljr MllraltiHhortit Ronte
TO ST. XjOTJIS
NO CUANGB of cars
KKOM OA I HO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CfflCAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CA11S
OM CAIItO TO
Cincinnati, i.. Ilnll, Toledo,
Detroit, Clewluml, NlnKura Fall.,
llullaln, I illctiUIK. WohlriKl'.ii.
Ualtlnioip, l'lnU'li'l hia, New York,
Itoetun ntnl all point uat,
MilHmulilc, Jni'llli", MA'llnnu,
I.aCrore, bt. I'auI uw all point iioitli
1hi Is abo tlio onlj direct route to
Decatur, llluomlnxtoD, NnnnfieM,
IVorla, filncr, Keokuk,
UuriiDKton, l;k IhIiii'1, I.n Salle,
Mendota, HUon. Kreeport,
(Jalcna, iMbuque, Si.iui v.llr,
Omaha nri'J all lnt northwest.
Elegant Drawing Koorn Sleeping Ca
On ull Night Trains.
IlArMK Clitcked 10 all Important txfint..
For tlckoli and lnformati"D, apply to I. C. It. It
depot t ulro; on board ttietrxnut almrnarle
teeu Cotumtui and Cairo, and t tun fniiHpH
railroa I ticket olllci throiii(lioill the outh.
W. V. JOIINvfN, On'l raff, AK"t, Cluoiuo.
A. MirciiiLL, (irn'l Mup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Agt, Cairo.
S1MU NO FIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTEltN K. H.
On nnd after Jlonday, April 24th, 1S7'2
trains will run as follows:
TUAIM UOIN1 SOCTIItltT.
i.eaTi, virtinia v.vi f.. m KJjp.m.
Our Homo Advertisors.
,' Tajlorrille ...... 10 6
Arrire at l'ana. 11.40
. b. C
TRAIN OOIKO KOaTIIWtlr.
Leave. Pana 4.) n. ni 3.V a. in
" Tarlorille 4.40 " 4. "
ArrieatSpnnirfle(l...e.n " .....6.0" "
Iarn Hprinrficld. .S " ti.10
Arm eat Virginia s.S " S.U "
b O U T II K K N 1) I V I S t O X .
TBAIMK OnlkO pglTlltADT,
Irfftte K'looiI ...5.30 n. in. lu.lOn. in
" Klora e,6 ' .11.4') "
Arrite at Hhawoeet'ii M " & 16 '
CJ1ATTLK MOJrrGAGK SALE
WllKltKA.-, Chae P. Par-on-, .lo-ejih S.
Davii and Hubertiu Fl-h partnen', doing
bu-lnef. under the linn name of "Cairo
St.iv mill It irri l wnrk.'' illil nil Hie '"Mb ilav
of May 1871, execute and delhcr to Jo-epli
MeKe'nzle two iroml.-ory note of that date,
onu fur the mum of $1, ri't.' I 'M pavublc on the
it day oi September, ifeis. wan inicroi ai
111 tier cent, lrniu Auiruvt '.'ml. 1871 : and the
other forl,lW ll payable on September lt
1S7.-I, with Interei-t ut 10 per cent, rrom
Auwt 2nd 1S71 ; nnd wherea In order to
M'curo the iiayinent thereol. the al(l Par
sons Davi.tFMi did, on the 1 1 tit day of
AnKU't ls71, execute, acknowlcilgo and de
liver to the i-aid .lo-eiili McKenzlethelrchat
tle mortgage upon tlie following described
:ooti ami cnaiiie!', aim pcr-onai property
to wit : I he lea-e hold e-tate
and lntcrc-t of ald Parson'. Davis
and FMi In and to the follow
The l'K.oi'i.K'h Siami' of N aluk. Tho
government indorsement, which legalizes
tho sale of Fluutution Bitters, is not the
only stamp atllxed to that valuablo veget
able tonic. It bears, in addition to that
official sanction, the still mora valuable
stump ot publlo approbation. Mins ines
timable voucher of its rare properties as a
tonic, corrective and ulteratlvo, is of much
earlier unto man tno government creuen
tiul ; fur millions of sick porsons had pro
nounced it tho grand specific of tho ago
ong beloro congress tliougbl oi taxing
proprietary medicines. It is unnecessary
to repeat,in detail, tho properties of this
wonderful vcgotubla invlgoruut. Tho
best reference that can bo offered to those
wio doslro tho full particulars of its vir
tues, is tho gonoral public. Ask those
who havo tried it as n romedy for dyspep
siu; constipation, billiousness, intermittent
fevers, nervous debility, rheumatism, sen
sickness, low spirits, 'and lots of vital
power, what Plantation timers lias (lono
for them, und bo goverenod by tho ro
sponso they make to your inquiries.
l'KHHArs no real medlcino ovor
gained tho rapid popularity which
Castorin has done. uno person
relates their oxperienco of its
good ell'ect to nnothur. It is a vegotablo
preparation, porieciiy Harmless, pleasant
to tako; does not distress or gripe, but
regulates tho dystom, and is euro to oper
ate when ull other remedies
havo failed. Any person who
lias ovor used Castoria for Stom
ach Ache, Constipation, Croup, Flatul
ency, 'Worms, Files, or deranged Llvor,
will never again uso nausoating uus, uu
tor Fills or Narcotic Syrups. Tho Cas
toria contains neither Minerals, Morphine
nor Alcohol. Jfy Its soothing, quieting
oll'ect it uroducos natural sleep, and Is par'
tlculurlv adaptod to crying and teething
children. It costs but 115 cents, nnd ono
bottlo will save many dollars In doctors'
Riehonburc's clear and tobacco stand
U c rowini' in Donularitv ovory day. It is
located on Eighth utreot botwocn Wash
ington nvonuo nnd Ohio levoo. Tho Em
peror Wllllitni, in nil his mujosty, stands at
tho door inviting tho public to samplo tho
excellent chewing and smoking tobacco,
and splondid cigars within. Eichonburg
is dotorminod to succeed, and if morit in
tho goods can socuro him success ho will
not bo disappointed, uo and soe mm.
TEETH IN IIUIN8
Aro a stiro drawback on uorsonal annoar
ancoand porsonul comfort. Theorforo,keop
them in good ropulr with that established
antldoto for all tho disoasos that assail
thorn, fragrant Hozodont.
de-cribed iilcco or parcel ofground to
: "A certain narcel of ltouiuI commenc
ing ten (10) feet wei-terly of the easterly line
of Levoo street, if extended, and thirteen
hundred and thirty lect north or the
south line of Thirtv-lonrth street In the llr.-t
addition to the cltv of Crlro, In the county
or Alexander, in the stute of Illinois, thenc
north parallel with said I.eee street if ex
tended, two hundred (2oo) feet, thence east
at right angles to .-aid l.eveo street If ex
tended seventv(70)feet. thence south paral
lel with l.eveo street ir extended two hun-
lred C'lkll feet and thence wet -eventv (70)
feet to the place of beginning, being the
same niece or ltouuiI upon which
the Cairo elevator building stands,
and situated in the city of
'aim. county of Alexander and state of Illi
nois, lately occupied bv said Parsons, Davis
and Fi-li lor their stae and barrel work.
Also tho building standing upon said piece
or parcel or ground formerly known as the
Cairo i.tevator, nut lately ueti iur sunt
mil barrel factory. Alo the boiler and en-
glue in said building, al-o all sliaituiA licit
lug, pulleys, etc, together with all and
singular the appurtenances llieretnuo neiong
lug or anvwiso appertaining; which said
mortgage is duly recorded In tho He-
corner s oinco oi me county oi Aiex
atler and state or Illinois In . book
A" or Chattlo MortL-aiies. pace 443 Ac.
And whereas It Is nrov deil In said iiiortcairti
that in case default be made in tho payment ot
tho llrst of said notes or uny part thereof tho
whole amount of said notes secured by said
mortgage should become due; and, whereas
iiciatill lias neeu mauo lit tno payment oi tue
whole of said llrst note, and thereby by the
terms of said inortiraL'e lias become and HOW
Is duo; and whereas said Joseph McKenzIo
did on 22nd day of July 1B7-'. assign both or
said notes to .lohn J. Hnrman, A'wif ir
fort, public notice Is hereby given that by
reason ot llui premises i as sucnaignee nave
takcu possesion of tho said mortgageil prop
erty nnd will proceed to sell the same at
public auction lor cash to the highest bidder
to-vit:tlio aforesaid goods and chattel",
and personal property, at the building ol'tlui
"Cairo .Stavo and Karrcl works," In the city
of Cairo, Illinois, on the IlOtli day of Septem
ber A. D., 1872, commencing at 10 o'clock
a. m. ol sain day, to satlsty tue couuiiipns oi
...i.i iniiv n II (DM V
Billll llll'l lllU. ilUll.l tiiVlk.U.W.,
.Assignee ot ,iocpu jienenzie
Cairo. September 10th. 1872.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION!
A Privnto t'liiiimelor tn thMni,i
or those about to Marry, oa the I'hyilologlcal layt-
i.i.i.iiwiuui luovaxuai jyiieiii, Willi tlie
,,0., uii.uTvrica m pruuucmg ana prereOtlDir off-
prlng, preierrlog tlie complexion, 4c,
This Ii an l-srmllnir work or ian ...1
litjr pagi, with nunteroua engralDg,auJ contalui
Talualle luformatlou for those who are married or
contemplate marriage still It Is a book that ought
. , iuh ira j ana doi laia careleuli
about the houae.v
pr.lllU'pllli.rjr,No. II h.KllttllHtrKI.IU.t.li,li.'
iMOTiei to tu irmcizs aot uitrositnfiTz.
07 ; JUfora apiillm u u. outurloui i)u.c" no aJfril.t la
l ubUo ptptri, or uilug an Uuict ItcuoJIci, pru I)r. Bulu
work.ooiattler bn jour dlieu.lt or ho drplonble our
coedtuon, . Pa. llum oaa bt oomulted, Mnoullr or br mall.
S? niBtloo4 la bla works. um, Ko. la Norli
altUl Blrwt. Ulwwa Uukn aa Ctwaul. Si. Loidj.V..
FOU BALE, 1 JJr Sale j KOIl SALE,
l?OR SALE. ForBalel FOR BALE.
Faro from Liverpool,
Faro from Lonocndbbht
Faro from Olaboow,
Faro from Qukenstowk
TO OAIltO, ; : : : : 1 i : 4 82 0
Chartered Mnrcb 81, 1469.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, 0AIHO
A. U. SAFFOHD. President;
S. S. TAYI.OK, Vice-President;
II. I1YSI.OP, accrctary and Treanircr.
P. V. Baiciit,
F. H. HTOcantTH,
R. U. CCKMINQU AM,
J. M. PlIlLtlM
I'AVt O. Bciich,
II. P. HlLMDlT,
Doalla ot nay Amount Received from
Ten Cent Upward.
JNTEKE8T paid on deposits nt the rate ol all
percent, per annum, March Island Bptein
r 1st, Interest not withdrawn la f.clilcd Imme
diately to tie principal of thn depoxltt, thereby
H'rinir, them compound Interest
MARHIKX) WOMIS AND ClIlLUItKN MAT
0 THAT MO Oil rUt CAN IIRAW IT.
Open every Imsloe.s dsy from v k.iti. to 3 p.m.,
and Saturday evening tor HAVI.NO DKI'OSI'lb
only, rrom e to o'clock
W. HTHI.Ol. Trenurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
daflorU, Morrn Oa
W. P. HAI.LilIiAY, Pratldenti
UENRT L. HAL1.1 DAY, Vici.-I'ruldenf,
A. B. UAPFOHD, Cashier ;
WALTER riYBl.OP. Assistant Cashier,
Htaati Tatlob. Koitar II. Ccssinohim.
Iltoai L. Hallidat. W. '. IIailidat.
Oiu. 1). Wiiliamos, Hrtriirs Ilinu
A. t3. narroau.
Esctaanite, Coin and United Ntates
IloBdK IloiiKht nod Hold.
KPOSITS recelred, and a general banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL HUItD, realdpnt
KOHEHT. UIL.j..t. ioa-i'r.nl.nat
C. N. UUGIIE3, CasMeV.
COLLECTIONS I'KOMITLY MaDE.
XCI1ANOK, coin, hank notes nnd Unitfd
states tecurtllcs bouiilit and eol.l.
Inlreit Allowwl on Time leioallw.
CAIRO CITY COAL
(1 prepared to eupply ciitomer with the be
PITTSBORG AND ILLINOIS
nltlll'lN leR nt ll.illlil.iv Hrn. nlllcp. 70
onto lkvuk. or ut the Coal Yard below the
St. Charlen Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tuo "JIontauk" will bring coal
alongside to tdeuiuers at anv hour.
Our Homo Advertisers.
AMD DBAtKR IN
EiauTii Stbkkt, Bktwekn Wabiunqtos
AMD UOMMKHCIAL AVKNUKS,
AilJolnlBB Ul'tenliaime nnd Ilanny'n.
Keop the beat or Ueet, Cork, Mutton Veal.
Lamb, Sautage, etc., nd aro prepared to ptrTO
oitixena in thn mnut iwc eptahle manner.
Dll U. 0. TABKIt,
"Will resiinio tho tiraetlce of his nrofeaalon
with especial reference to the electrlca
treatment 01 iueusf g in an tne new anil im
proved method of application.
In ull cacs of female compIatntH u lady
will bo In attendance.
Olllce, lis Commercial avenue, up stairs
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D,
IES1DKNCK No. 21 Thirteenth street, be.
XV tween WhulniiRlon avenue and Walnut street.
Grace till Ooiiiuiercial avenue, up ataim.
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
QESlDKNCE-cornorNintli ftQj Walnut eta,
fYOmce corner Sixth atreet and Ohio leyee.
Office hours from a a.m. to 12 m., and u p.m
H. WARDNEH, H. D.
DEMIDKNCK-Corner Nineteenth street and
Lv WaahinKton ayenue, near court houae. Of
nee over Arler'e Grocery Ntoro, Olllce Houralroin
10 a. in. to I'J 111. and "om 3 to 4 p. in.
H. S. HHIliilAM, M. I).,
lloincopathlu Phyxlcianand Surgeon. Of
lice i::ti Commercial uveuue, Healdeueo on
Tenth street thrco doors west ofC.lt. Wood'
BEERWART. ORTH & CO.
186 Commercial Avknuk, Uaiko, III.
STOVES, TIN WAKE, HOLLOW
W A T E K COOLERS,
for Window bcreeni,
SAND SCREEN'S, STEP LADDEltS
Ac, itc lie.
CRADLES, &&, Ac.
Also manufacturers of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
TlK, SlIBKT IKON & COPI'BR WaIIP.
tolo ARentu for tho cvlchrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
UrIC'h MOVKAllLE l'OIST STEEL PLOW
Gbay's Patknt Coal OilCanb,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
SCANTLIN 4 COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
KICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Our Homo Advertisers.
I IT S TJ JEZj .A. O H
Our Homo Advertisers.
REGULAR CAIIU), PADUCA1I ft EVAN3
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY V. 8.
The Fast and Elegant l'Mtner Steamer
NUflAKA, N. V.,
OKRMANIA, N. V.,
HANOVER, N. V.,
..7;o tea w
RKPUI1LIC, N. Y.,
Assets lU'M Oil
Comprising the Underwriters' Aenej,
YONKEKS, N. Y.,
Assets 678 UA fit
Jack Grammck, Master. .
Ei. Thomas, clerk.
EST Leaver Cairo for Pndticah and Evant
Mile, every Thursday and Sunday evenlnr,
at 0 o'clock, ronnertlnjf at K?ansvllle with
the Louisville and Cincinnati packets. For
freight or passage apply to
James llititia Passenger Ag't.
HKOJJLAH CAIRO. PADl'CAII EVANS
VII.LE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
Tho tltie Passenger Packet
riltKMEN'ri FUND, S. V.,
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
BOOM. JOHN OA.TKH, Proprietor.
lot Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS',
lleil brand of Oallfo UCIxariJu recelvJ,
1111 1 T fclin unlinn flivnlitliad Willi tlm liAut
I11UU1AIII TKIUWII IM.IIIBt.VH ...... ...u Mva
of tables ; and bar supplied with wluea, liquor
I I T . I. r .1 I l.pulllli.
UllU Vlgaia ui uiup
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 'V
C. H ANISTY.
KENTUCKY JEAN8, VXTHA,
LARUE STOCK OF 0A11K4TING
Uls Kntlrtt Nlork
VERY LOW FIGURES.;
CORNER 8TH BT. AND COMMERCIAL-A V.,
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Stores, Dwelling', Furniture, Hulls and Car
Roes, Insured ut rates as favorably as sound, per
inanent security will warrant.
I respeetfulljr ark of the cltltens ol Cairo,
share of their patronage.
TEUTONIA L 1 F E INSUUANOK
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN A. IIUCK, - - - President.
U. KNOBELSDORFF, - - - Hocrctury.
Ciiah. Rkitz, Hinky Weiier,
A. C. Kehino, A. Mikcii,
CJiiah. Wenthe, Ciiah. Verqiia,
Francis Lackner, Cuah. Dakolino,
C. Uirsch, AVm. Reiniiamdt,
JOHN r ELDKAMV.
The liesl orKsnlted and securest company la
the northwest. The only company which Kfar
anleesa cash surrender ralue.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
25.) lr rr'nlrnnil vlelullr
No. Pub. and U. 8. Com
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
Assets fi.MO.Wi 07
NOIITU AMERICA, TA.,
Assets $2,783,000 00
Assets . .a 4,210 72
Assets ...1,781,118 88
INTEUNATIONAL, N. Y.,
Assets 11,353,893 17
Assets 515,C73 88
Assets tl59,278 13
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets (500,000 0
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE,
Assets 30,000,000 00
TRAVELERS', I1ARTFOKD, LIFE AND
Assets tt.oOO.WO 00
RAILWAY PASSENGERS ASSURANCE
yssets f500,000 00
Aels 630,8C2 00
SAFFORD, M01UUS& OANDEE,
71 Ohio Levee,
City National IlanW CAIItO. ILL.
lao Dr. Henry'eUWorld'sj Toale and
It Is the great houaehold'remtdy , pleasant to
take, yet potent for the prevention and cure of
llseoMB. It Is better than Utttcrs, tjoruiai,
Ilttchu or Baraapartlla , Sold by Druggists
Dr. ITenry'N Root nnd Plant PHI.
Mild yet thorough no nausea or griping en
tirely vegetable great 1 Iver remedy. Price 25
cents, Sold by Druggists.
Mr. Wliltcomb'a Nyrop.
The great soothing remedy. Trice on'.y 23
;rnts, aires rest to the mother and health to
the child Bold by DruggUti .
Interesting AVork, Enlarged Edition, New
EngravIiifiS, Two-hilndrcd and sixty Pages,
PilceSOcents. Address Dr. Butts' DisriTN
hut, 12 North Eighth Street, St. Loula, Mo.
' e AdTertlse ment.
NEW FUUN1TUUE STOltE.
. EICHHOFF BROTHER,
ha oiiciiod it Now Viirnltiiru Storo on
Comiuorclitl avenue, opposite Seventh
htrect. and U'spectfnlly call attention
of tho citizens of Cairo and Mir
roundliir! country to, hU
LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSOllTJIENT
All now, and warranted of the
THE VERY BEST MANUFACTURE
lie guarantee satisfaction both in price
andmiullty of goods.
I'uu oil uuu ueioru you j
W. W. THORNTON'S,
UUILDEKS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J tenth street,
Doorn, Haiili, Itllndm Mouldlusja,
EAveUuttcra,(woodaWlndow and lloor
fraaies, rioorlnsj, Ktb,
Nblnglesi, Glazed Haass. Olomed Hide
Ushto, Glased TrstfMoms,
(soata WelghU, Boats Valllen and Oarda
Blind raaitenlnirit, HooCiSsT
Felt. Hoofing Ceuieul, Plaaterlag
Pafter, Carpet Velt, Wlilte
lad, IJud ull, American Window
Ulaaa, Knvllab ondrrenels
Plate UIom, Pnttjr, Gtaaler'a Poiata
Hewer Plpea, Patent Cblnineyat
A OENTfl (or Rook River Paper Company'
A. Htiaathiue Foil and Quarts Cemsot
U, W JohtVi Unproved Roottug always oa
KSTLcavc Cairo for Paducah and Evans
vllle every Tuesday and Friday evening at 0
o'clock. For freight or passage oddIv ou
hoard or to
istiay aim Friday evening at 0
freight or passage apply ou
Tamkh Uioog. Passenger Ag't
REGULAR CAIKO AND EVANSV1LLE
SEJI1-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
The line low pressure Passenger Packet
W. U. PENNINGTON Master.
jari.cavcs Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday evening at 0 o'clock, for Paducah
and Evansvlllc. For freight or passage ap
ply on hoard or to
JA.ME8 llicori, Passenger Ag't.
CAIRO AND PADUOAn
The splendid steamer
Dick Fowleb, Captain,
s Cairo DAILY. (Sunday exccnted.l
ror ircigui or passage apply ou
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trips daily.
!LKAVINO CAIRO I I.EAV'fl MOUND CITY
At" a.m. I At SM a.m.
At 11 11.111 At l:'W p.m.
At4:30 ,p.m. I AtO p.m.
Fare each way, SU.ccuU; 10 tickets for
$2 M. Will land, when hailed, at any good
Interuicdiato lauding for passengers or
freights. " novltf.
ON EASY TERMS I
A valuable farm within seven miles of
Metropolis, ou the .Toncshoro Road, consist
ing of 200 acres with 00 acres cleared and
other Improvements, now owned and form
crlv occupied, by J. T. Itcnnlc.
TEKMS. One-fourth down balance In
one, two ami three years' notes secured by
mortgage, with six per cent, interest.
N. U. The timber is good and has never
been culled and uo timber will bo permitted
to bo cut or used, except what is necessary
lor the wear and tear 01 the place, until after
thu second payment has been made.
For information apply to
J. T. 11ENNIE
O-S-tf Cairo. 111.
And Dealer In
VEGETAHLES, FHUITS. EGGS, LARD
FRESH MUTTER, ETC.
EST All Goods warranted fresh, and told
at the lowest prices.
Corner 9th St. audCommerclalAve.
On Eighth Street, between Commercial and Wash
ngton Avenues, Is daily reeelrlnf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST "r-RINO AND SUMMER STYLES.
llesides a lull line of
B03sr3STETS & HATS
ITrimmed and untrimmea,)
FIIENCI1 FLOWEItS. RIBUONd, TKIHUINOS
of all kinds. Laces, etc., etc.
Mrs. Mcflee has also a large assortment o
Fauey Articles, such as
NECK T1.5. COLLAI19. UNDEKSLEEVES,
KUKFH, HASHES, FANS,
And all other articles usually louud la a
FIRST.CLAS3 MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. Mcfiee. in addition to her stock of Fanor
nml Millinery floods, has a fine and complete as
sorlment ol Cincinnati Custom Mad Ladiaa
and MUsea' Bhoes and Childrens' U00U, lllack
ann in uoiors. inese are acanowieugeu 10 oe
ho nnest and best shoes In the market, and thl
tin o nlr claee In the cltv that makai them
BOOT AND HUOE HTOUE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Avo, nwr Athenemn.
Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SLJOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Mltsos' and Children's Caitim and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they sell at Uu
VERY LOW1ST VIQURXa
Gall and Xxauwb.