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OPPIOH, BXTIjXjEITI3Sr rBTTXIilDXliTGr, COB. 12TH STIRtEma: AttTID "WASHIirGTOlT AVEHTTTB.
JOHN H. OBEULY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO,. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1872
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
OUH omiuoHKs.
VllKH II YTEIMAN-Elghth Street.
Preaching-, Sabbath at 10) n.m. and 7J p.m.
I'rnvcr meeting, Wednesday at 7J p. in.
Sabbath School, 3 p.m. J. M. Lansdcn, Su
pcrlntendcnt. Rkv. II. Thayer, Pastor
MCTIIOt)I9T.-Cor. Eighth nnd Walnut 8U
Preaching, Sabbath at 10) iubl, and 7 p. in
Prayer meeting, Wednesday," p.m.
Sabbath School, n. p.m. U W. Stlllwcll,
Superintendent, ltr.v. F. L. Thompson,
Pastor.
CHURCH OF TUB REDEEM ER-(Eplsco-Pal.)
Morning prayers. Sabbath 10) a.m.
Evening prayers, 71 p.m.
Sabbath School, II a.m.
ItKV. E. Coax, Itector.
ST. PATRICK'S CHUIIOH-Nlntu St. and
Washington Avenue.
Public service, Sabbath 8:10 and 10) a.m.
Vespers, 7 P.m.
Sabbath School, 2 p.m.
Service every day, 8 a.m.
Hlv. P. .1. O'Hai.loiian, Priest.
(IKKMAN LUTHERAN CIIUKClI-13th
street between Washington Avenue mid
Walnut xtrect.
I'rcuchlngSutidny morning nt 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at 'J o'clock p. til. II. ('.
Tlilcleckc. Supcrinteiidriit.
ItKV. Iton'T. IlKl.liIO, Pastor
'OUNtl MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting micoiiiI Monday
Vacli month at llicir room over hockwcii
& Co'h book More, Commercial avenue.
weekiv rntver mectim.'. rnuiiv. , ii.ni.ai
the room.
I.. W. Stiixwem.. President.
FK1CAN METHOOLST.-Fourtcciith, be
twecn Walnut and Cedar.
Service, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
Sabbath School. I) p.m.
CUi mveU at .'I p.m.
ICONI) FKEE WII.I. IIAPTIST Flf
sciith Street., between Walnut ami Cedar.
Services Sabbath, 1) and :i ii. m.
Hkv. '. Hick, Pastor.
K1EIJ WIIX IIAPTIST HOME MISSION
IAIIIIATII SCIIOOI.. Corner Walnut
aid Cedar Street,
iuhhath School, 1 n.m.
FUST FHEB WII.I. IIAPTIST CHURCH
-Curry's Ilarrackc
Sirvfcet, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. .V7)p.in.
Hkv. w.m. Kki.i.kv, Potior.
FIRST MISSIONARY HAPTIsT CHUHCII.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath, 10) a.m. and 7) p.m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday ecnlng.
Preachlmt, Friday evening,
(abbath School, 1) p.m. John aullaxter
sud Mary Stephen, superintendent.
Rkv. T. .1. tfitoitKN Pastor.
SECOND 1JAPTIST ClU.'HCII-Fourtee nth
Nrcct, between Cedar mid Walnut. Iho
mlv IJaptlst church recognized by the .W
nclatlon.
sen Ice, Sabbath, 11 n.m. :i 11,111. and , p.m.
Hkv. Jacoii IIkaiiLKY, Elder.
SECRET ORDERS.
THE MASONS.
A1HO -COMMANDEHV, No. 13. Stated
is-cmhly at the A)lum Masonic Hall, tlrrt
tnd third Saturday in each month.
rAMO COUNCIL, No.l!.-Heiilar Convo
cation at Maonlc Hall, the second rriday
In each month.
CAIHO CHAPTER No. 71.-Hcgular Con
oeatlon at Manoulc Hull, on the third
Tueday ol every month.
CAIHO LOU HE, No. 'IV F.& A. M.-Hegu-lar
Communications at Masonic Hall, the
second and fourth Monday of each month.
THE ODD-FELl.OWS.
ALEXANDER LOUOE, -iW-MecU In Odd-
Fellows' Hall, In Arter'e building, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS.
y Governor John M. Palmer ;
Lleutcnant-Oovernor John Dougherty ;
Secretary of State Edmund Hummel ;
Auditor or Stato-O. E. Llpplncott :
State Trcaurer H. N. Hates ;
Supt. Public Instruction-Newton Hatcman
CoNGHESSMEN.
Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
''"feprescntatlves for the State-at-Large S.
Representative Thirteenth Dl-trlei Tohn
M. Crcb.
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEM1ILY.
Senator, First District T. A. E. Holcomb,
f Union, and S. K. Glbon, of Gallatin.
Heprcientatlve, Flrt District II. ateon
Welti).
"COUNTY OFFICERS.
CIRCUIT COUHT.
uey,
Judge D. J. Haker, or Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney J. F. McCarl
1 Ma vac.
Sheriff A. H. Irvln.
Win, Martlu Acur and I renMlrer.
COUNTY fOtlltT.
.Itldge F. Ilrow.
A-soclatcs .1. E. MeCrltc and S. Marehll
don. Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Gorman.
MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT.
Mayor .lohn M. I.anden.
Treasurer-.!. H. Taylor.
Comptroller E. A. itunictt.
Clerk Michael Rowley.
Marnhal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. 11. vow.
Vl 1. 1
Police Magistrate
llroH4 and II. Sl.an-
nessiy.
Chicr or Polic e L. H. Mycrx. .
KKI.KCT COUNCIL.
Mayor John M. Landen.
First Ward P. (I. Sehuli.
Second Ward C. H. Woodward.
Third Ward J no. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Staats Taylor.
Clty-at-Largu-W. P. llafllday : nd U.
Ilurd.
noAitn ok At.ur.itMi:.v.
First Ward -James Hearden, A. II. Saf
lord, Isaae Wulder.
Second Wurd R. H. cuimlnsham, K. Ru
der, Q. Stalieel, Janic Swayne.
Third Ward-Win. Stratton, J. II. PIiIHIh.
Fourth AVuiil-Jno. II. Robinson, G. H.
Scaso. J. H. ilctcnlf.
Cairo Box anu Baskkt Co.,
Manufacturers of and Dealer in
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
Xj TJ 3L B E .
JUvlnu the tolo right In this city to use the
FULTON DRY KILN,
1, ut Patent Kiln extant, we arc espe
cially prepared to furnish at all times, on
ino iioev iium-v,
TlinnnUOIILY SEASONED LUMBER.
Attention Is called to our (.lock of
WjfLLlSnJT, ASH
A Nil
CYPRESS FLOORING
Lumber delivered to any put ol the city-
Order received at toe once 01
V 8 AFFORD, MORBIS & 0 ANDEE,
t tbtt of the company,
treat and Ohio leveej
corner of 84th
autftouani!
CAIRO BULLETIN.
AHOUT CABINET ORGANS.
It may not bo generally understood,
ovon ly tlioso tolerably well versed In
musical nrti, that tho vott diflernnco in
quality of tonu developed In tho different
makes of Cabinet Organs, is owing In n
groat measuro, to tho dillurcnt modes of
bending tho tonguu of tho reed, u slight
variution in tho stylo of bend making (juilo
a purcfptlMo difference in tho quality ol
tono produced, as well as in tliu speaking
capacity of tho reed.
iio dilllcult and pcculiui in this depart
ment of work as to render it necessary for
11 person to Lave it natural gift or tact In
handling tho delicate tot.li used, and cvou
then it sometimes requires years of prac
tlco to enable ono to become proficient in
this art.
Thero are only two or three of tho lend
ing makers in this country who understand
the application of what is called tho now
und improved bend in tlio reed, nnd
among them tho houso of Simmons &
Ulmigu Urgan (Jo., of Detroit, Jllcu., uavo
rim do their instrument deservedly popu
lar, 11 nd aro taking tho lead in wy of tho
moro desirable improvements, having sn
curd tho valuable ''Scribner Patent,"
an application of tubes to reeds, which
mntorially increase tho volume of lone,
and at tho sn'mo time destroy tho wiroy,
metal ic sound of tho reed. This firm 11U0
mako mo of the celebrated " Vox IIu
matia, " or ' Fan tremolo, "and also the
fumous " Vox Celeste " stop, the uso of
which has created such an cutery among
older manufacturers, who And it impossi
ble, with tbolr stylo of bend and voicing
to mnko a good job of it.
It is comparatively but i brief period
since this firm Iwgati to mako instruments
upon a largo scale, and offer them to thu
public nt largo through dealers, tho homo
demudd having taken their tntlro produc
tion heretofore! but wo arc informed that
tho oxporienca of this liouio dates back to
tho year 1850, and It is these years of care
ful study and experiment which combine
to make tli"ir Organs, in many respectful
perior to tlioso of other makers.
Tho musical editor ot tho Superior
(Wis.) 'Times' makes mention of them as
follows: "Wo aro impressed with all wo
read and know of tho 'Simmons & Clough
Organ.' Contrary to tho practico of
many other cstablltlimcnls, this firm have
firitmnde a reputation for their noblo In
struments, and then ndvertitcd them. It
is a myiitery to us outsiders what they nro
advertising for, a tho demand for these
Organs now exceeds the supply. The
great demand for them, in fact, has com
pelled tho company to put up u new man
ufactory at a cot 01 nearly S100.000.
Thero are only three instruments of tho
cabinet organ class in America that wo
should feel saddled in purchasing, and
of tho throe we far prefer tho instrument
mado by Simmons & Clough. It can
render all styles of music, from the
thunders of church organ diapason to the
strains of a fine military band, or th? ox
quiiite tremor or fairy bells.'' 0-18-tf.
HOW TO"' "So WEST.
This is an enquiry which every one
should havo truthfully answered before bo
starts on his Journey, and a littlo enro
taken in examination or Routes will in
many cases save much trouble, time and
money,
The "I. II. & W. Route," running from
Indianapolis through liloomlngton to Bur
lington, has achieved a splendid reputation
in tbo lutt two years as the leading pusscn-
enr routo to tho west. At JJurllngton It
connects with the great Uurlington Routo
which runs ill roc t throueii outhorn luwa
to Nebraska and Kansas, with closa
connections to California nnd tho Tcrri
lories; and paitciigers starting from Cairo
on their way westward, cannot do better
than totnko the I. R. & W.nnd Burlington
routo.
The Lino has published a pamphlet cal
led "How to co West," which contains
much valuablo information ; a largo cor
rect map of thu Great WeM, which can be
obtained frcu of charge by addrcsMnc the
General 1'iusengcr Agent B. & M. R. 1!
Uurlington, lowa. i-rutvwaui.
The Peoi-lk ii Stami- ok valuk. Tho
government Indorsement, which legalizes
tho sale of Plantation Hitters, is not thu
only stamp ntlixed to that valuablo veget
ublo tonic. It beta.', in addition to that
official sanction, tho still more valuable
tump of public approbation, inn ttics-
timublu voucher of its rare properties as a
tonic, corrective nnu alterative, is 01 mticu
curlier dale than llio government creucn'
tial ; for millions of sick persona had pro.
nounced it tbo grand specific of the ago
long botoro congress thought ot taxing
proprietary medicino. It is unnecessary
to repeatin detail, tho properties of this
wonderful veeotublo invigorunt. Tho
best roforenco thut can bo offered to those
who desiro the full particulars of its vir
tues, Is tho coneral public. Ask those
who have trioil it an a romouy for uyspop
fia, constipation, billiomness, intermittent
fevers, nervous debility, rheumatism, sen
s ckness. low spirits, ami loss 01 vuui
power, what Plantation Hitters has dono
for thorn, and be govorcr.cd by tho re
spouso they mako to your inquiries.
1'KiuiAr.s no real medicine nvor
gained tho rapid popularity which
Castoriu has dono. Onu person
rolntca their oxperioncu of its
good effect to iinother. It is a vegetable
preparation, perfectly Imrmlcs, pleasant
to take; does not distress or gripe, but
reiiululea tho Hystom, and Is surotuoper'
nto whon till other rcmodlcs
havo failed. Any person who
hns ever used Castoriu for Stom
ach Ache, Constipation, Croup, Flatul
oncy, "Worms, Piles, or deranged Liver,
will never again use nuusoutiug Oils, Hit
ter Pills or' Narcotic Syrups. Tho Cot
torlft contains neither Mlliofals, Morphine
nor Alcohol, Iiy its soothing, quieting
effect it producos natural sleep, und is par
ticularly adapted to crying und teething
children. It costs but centi, nnd one
bottle will savo inunv dollars In doctors'
bills. l).2,J-v4t.
Elohonlurg's cigar nnd tobacco stand
is growing in popularity ovory day. It is
located on Eighth street between "Wash
ineton avonuo and Ohio levee. Tho Kin
poror William, in all his majesty, stands at
tho door inviting tho public to sample the
oxcollant chewing and smoking tobacco,
and tplondld cigari within. Kicbonburg
Is determined to succeed, nnd if morit in
the goods can tocuro him success ho will
not bo disappointed. Go and ico him.
8-U-d-lm.
TEETH IN RUINS
Are a sure drawback on personal appoar
anco and porional oomfort. Theorforo,koep
them in good ropalr with that established
antidote for all the disoasos, that assail
them, fragrant Sozodont.
Railroad Advertisements.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R 11
100 SI I low the Hberleat Ilontf
TO CHICAGO
Klichljr JlllealheBhoripat Houl
TO ST- LOUIS
NO CHANGE OF 0A118
KBOM CAIftO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
OM CAIRO TO
Cioclansll, i.. llnipoll, Tnlrde,
iiciroii, i;iprunu, iiKUt rim,
liultxlo, I'ltl.buiK, Wuhmtton.
llAltlmiirf, Pttiliulltilit, Nrif York,
Stllitiuikie, Jniif.rlll, M.llon,
l.Cioc , St. l'aul hdI H p'lluta ninth
'I Inn ! alio the only direct route to
Jitoaiur, llliiunilntitnii, Hpiingel.l,
I'xjiIh, (Jillncr, Ke'ikuk,
HurimKlnn, luwk f-l m'l, ta tall,
Mrndoia, I'ixoo. Kreeport,
Unlcnii, UnbiiqU', 1'inx Lily,
uiiimt anuiiii poiui nonnr.i,
Elegant Drawing iCooni Sleeping Cn"
On nil Mght Trln.
Checkcl to nil lniiTtint polnlr.
I'nr ticker. muI inf.innli"U. entity to I. C. K.tt
leiot-l airo; on honnl tnntriii'it nUvuner I.
tweu tiiimijv,4 nni t:airo, nun at tn yriucipi
rallfo 1 1 ticket nOii'f thrniiKlMXIl thi; noutti.
W. I'.JIJH't'.. UHI'Ir.M. AK i, cnienio.
A. Mltrnr.lt, Oen'l Hili't. !IHciifO.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cain..
Sl'KlNOKIKLD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN Jt. Jt.
On and aftor Monday, April 24th, I3T2
trains will run as loiiows:
NORTHERN DIVISION.
TUS (Wl0 SUVTIIC4IT.
Mail. Express.
I.pi.Vlrtllii 0:10 a. til l-.-Vi ii.ru.
. r, c
. .i;
Maii.
M.rlnill.W tell
THlorllle.... 10 S
Arnteal fn.- ll.to "
1A1N. MOSIMWI .T.
Express.
I.pro Pan t.KI a. tn Ma. in
' Tatlortilk 4.40 ' 4.C "
Afrivrtft'nniffie(lC.n " G.(i "
LcitK BpnnineliJ- ." " i' "
ArriToai VliRinu H.5 " -8.1S "
(SOUTHERN DIVISION.
TSAIKa wita .VUTHUT,
I-aro K.leirood 5.3i. III,. lO.ltlp, m
" Klora I.ft " -II.4" "
Arrlre at htiawnKt, i .M " 6 15
tlcheiiie two promlory notes of that date,
Hie for the Mini of SI,: a.1 puyubU on the
1st day ol September, 1S72, with interest at
10 tier cent. Irani Auu-t 'Jnd, 1871 : and the
(JHATTLE MOItTGAGH SALE
Wiikiieak. C'ha.u 1. I,aroii', .locph S.
UaMH ami lliiljcrtli" rl.-li purtnur!, doing
lui'iiicfs under the linn name or "Culro
slave and llarrel works" did on the iOth day
or.MaylSTl, execute and deliver to Joseph
McKenzIo two pronilory notes of that date,
one
1
10
other for ?l, ion 00 piyuble on September 1st
137.1, Willi uucrti ui 10 per ccm. irom
Austi't 2nd 1871 ; and whereas In order to
t-ucurc the payment thereof, the tald Par
m)iih, Ials & Flh did, on the 11th day of
Au'U't 1871, execute, acknowledge and de
liver to the said Joseph McKenzlethelrchat
tlt! inortKu'e upon the following described
good and chattier, uud pervjual property
to wil : The lease hold estate
and intercut or said Parsons, Davis
and Ki-h , in and In the follow
ing described piece or parcel orground to
wit : "A certain parcel of ground commenc
ing len (10) feet westerly of thu easterly line
or Levee street, if extended, and thirteen
hundred ami tlilrtv (l,:tlO) leet north or the
south line orThlrty-lonrth street in the lirst
addition to the citv or Criro. In the county
or Alexander, in the state or Illinois, thence
north parallel with said Levee street ir ex
tended, two hundred (200) feet, thence east
at right angles to said Levee street ir ex
tended seventv (70) rect. thence south paral
lel wllh Levee street If extended two hun
dred (200) rect and thence vet seventy (70)
feet to the place or beginning, being the
:imc piece or ground upon which
the Cairo elevator building stands,
and situated In the city or
Cairo, countv or Alexander and statu or Illi
nois, lately occupied by said l'uron, DaUtt
and Fish mr their stave and barrel works,
A1o thu building standing upon suid piece
or parcel or ground ibnnerly known as the
Cairo Elevator, but lately used for a stave
and barrel faetorv. AIo the boiler and en
gine in said building, also all shafting, belt
ing, pulleys, etc., together with all and
singular the appurtenances thereunto belong
ing or anywise appertaining; which said
mortgage Is duly recorded in tho He.
eorder's olllce of the county or Alcx
ader and state or Illinois In book
"A" or Chattlo Mortgages, page 418 Ac.
And whereas it Is provided in said mortgage
that in ease default he made In the payment ol
the lirst or said notes or any part thereof tho
whole umouiit of said notes secured by said
nwtgago should become duo ; and, whereas
default ha been inado in the payment of the
w hole or said lirt note, and thereby by the
terms of suid mortgage has heeoino and now
Is duo; und whereas said Jocph McKeiiziu
did on 22ud day ol'.lulv 1872, assign both of
said notes to .lohn (J. Ilitnnali. Sow there
fort, public notice is hereby given that by
reason orthe premises I us such assignee have
taken posses-ion or the said mortgaged prop
crtv and will proceed to sell the same at
public miction lor cash to tho hlghc'tbhlder
to-wlt : tho arorcsald goods ami chattels,
and personal property, at tho building of thn
"Cairo Stavo anil Harrcl works," in tho city
of Cairo, Illinois, on the :ioth day ofScptom.
her A. I)., Ib72, commencing at 10 o'clock
a. m. or said dav, to satisry tho conditions ol
said mortgage. ' JOHN Q. HAHMAN, ,
Assignee or Joseph McKciulc.
Cairo, September lllth. 1872.
A BOOK FOR TH MILLION!
A Private Counselor to theMnrrlpil
or thou about to slurry, on tlis Fhyilologlral inya
tarlctand reYfUtlontorttiemunl jyntem, Willi Ilia
lateit dlKOTtrie In producing and prmntloz oO
sprlug.praaarTlnelhacompUxlon, Ac,
i Thills an I 'Ireitlnir work of two hnmtrail anil
sixty pagai, nitb nuniaroui cngntTlDgs,aud coutalus
ibia iniormatlon for thoae who aro married or
valuaL
conlampUto niarrlaga still It Is a book tliat ought
ifw uuuniwi auu ana not laia cartlniily
bout tha bouia,
Btot w dt om tnt r Hiiwi for ririr Oaia. itinu.
Dr. lluiu' pliptaury, NoTll N. Xltbta btrMi, BL Uyli, M.'
IM3TICS TO THI ATTIICIII) AOT mUTTOiTI.
CJ H.for. appljloi to iiic uoioriom i)o.c wa4(nlu la
rDllg .pn, or uifo( nj ouuk IUukIIm, ixriiH Or. lulu'
work, ututur what ;ouraltHU or bow d.plor.bl. j.ur
ooadiuoo. Da. Birrtt oia tsi ouatultod, ewMnallr or br u.ll.
ii ''" ai.otioowl la hli worko. Ijom, NaT II Narlk
Illbta Slroti. Utwoca Mtrt.i ml Cliwnui. Hi! cili. Ma.
IMMIGHANT TfVKKTN
IMMIGRANT TICKETS
FOlt 8ALB,-k ForBa). r KOH BALK,
W()R BALfcjKorBllelFOH BALE.
Faro from LivxurooL,
Faro from Loxdcndkbiit
Fare from OtAnaow,
Faro from Qujcknhtowk
TO CAIRO, tss 94830
Our Homo Advovtisors.
HANKS.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
tirlrd Mstrcti 11, 189,
orriCK ok
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO
omenns :
A. U. 8AFFOHD, President i
H. 8. TAYLOH, Vlcc-l'rcsldcnf,
H. HYSI.OI', Secretary- and Treasurer.
P. M. Uaiclat,
K. It. bTOCKFLITH.
K. II. CcNKliianiH,
J. M. PHILtIM
Cms. Oittotir.t,
I'AI L U. BCHCII,
II. I. UlLllbAT,
nepoelta ol aay Asnoiisst Bccctvadlrosti
Tea Ccsiu Uawarata.
TSTEBEST paid on ilsposlt. at the rate ol six
JL percent, per annum, March 1st and Bepttrn
fr 1st, Intornst not witliilrawn Is rtded Imme
diately to the priniip.il of tha deposit, thereof
kWIdk them compound Interest
MJLRRIBD trOMKN AND CIlIJ.tiUKX HAT
UK 1-08 IT MOHKY
aoTRAT soost ur.i: tll it.
Open every businris dsy irom u a.m. to 3 p.m.,
and Baturday evening lor HAV1.NO DKP031T&
only, from A In s oVIiKik,
auotl W. llrSLdP. 'IreAsiirsr.
THE CITY NATIONAL
33 A.7mZ.
CAIRO, II.MMOIN
CAPITAL,
8100,000
ArJford, Morris 0a
Ktats,
W. P. IUI.l.U'AV, rrc.Uriit;
III'.Nltr 1.. IIAI-LIDAY. ViwPxeildentj
A. ILHAl't-ijUU, Ciwshler;
WALTEK Ht?I.OP. A.sl.laut Cashier.
Diarcroasi
Staats Tatldk. IUiht U. Cussixohaw.
JltStT 1.. IJaLLIOAT. W. P. IlAtLIPAT.
Oio. 1. WmiAKSoH, BTrrntx Ilia
A. ii. OArrono.
Earfaansie, t'otn and Uultl RUitr
Bonds Bought aail Hold,
EPOSITH receiTed, and a general banking
hnslneat none.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CtlHO.
riAMCIj nURD, "resident j
HOllEHT ltd. ,it uj.l'rellaiit
C. X. HUGIIIS, Cfchlr.
COLLECTIONS I'ROMITLY M.iUE.
E
XC'IIANliK, coin, bunk nolra and LJoitr-.:
Htates eecurltles boucht and void.
InSfrext Allowrfil on Time nrpowltas.
CAIRO CITY COAL
It preftrvd to siipfly ciuu.mer with tho le
quality oi
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
mtDKUs; left nt. Ilnlliihiv Urns, ntlli-n. Tfl
ohio I.KVKK, or nt tho Cnid Vard below tho
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tuo "Mostauk" will bring coal
alongside o steaniers nt anv hour.
UUTCIICltN.
JAKE WALTER,
BUTCHER
ANU IiIALIR IN
FRESH MEAT,
EiauTii Strket, Detwkkn WABHI0TO
and Commercial Avknukb,
Ailjolnlntc UI 'Iviibunae and Ilaany'a.
Keep the best or Ueol, I'orU, Mutton Veitl.
Linb. Stusnice. etc.. ud aro urntmreil to ttrve
oitirAns In the mot HiirHntshlA ni anner.
1'IIYNI
NSl
DJJ. J. 0. TAUHK,
Will resume tho practice of Ills profession
with especial reference to tho clcctrica
treatment ol diseases In nil the now nnd im
proved methods of application.
III nil cases of fcinalu complaints' n lady
will bu In attendance.
Olllce, 128 Commercial aiuic, up stairs.
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
IJF-SinKNOK No. 21 Thirteenth street, bo.
twvrtii Whslunittxn aetute and Walnut street,
Olllce lit Commercial avenue, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
QE8lt)KNCE-cornerNinth und Walnut ata,
rVOlhee comer blxth strevt nnd Ohio levee,
ltnce hours from tl a.m. to Vi m., and a p. in
II. WAItDNKU, M. D.
EsjlDKNCK-Corner Mnrtienth street and
IAi Waalungtiin nvenuc, near court linuse. Of.
ticnover Arier'aOrocery Htnro, Oltlco Hours Irom
to a, in, to l'J m. and "om 'i to i p. in.
It. 8. HltRiilAM, M. V.,
lloincopatliic l'hyslciuuuud 8urLroon. Of
fice I'M Cnmmcrciul uvcmie. Hesldenco on
Tenth street three doorswcstofC.lt. Wood
ward, o 7-Hl'Jni.
NAI.UONN,
Our Homo Advertisers.
I
BEERWART. ORTH & CO.
136 Commkrciai. Avenue, Cairo, III.
Dealer lu
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
WARE,
GRATES. MANTELS
PUMPS, PLOWS,
BEFBICJBBATOE8
ICE CHESTS,
WATER COOLERS.
GOOCH'S FREEZERS,
BIRD CAGES,
"W" X IRj IB OLOTH
for Window bcreena,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
&c, Ac &c.
FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
HOES, RAKES,
SHOVELS, FORKS,
SCYTHES, SNATHS,
CRADLES, Ac, &c.
Also muniifncturers of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tift, Sheet iron & CorPKn Ware
hole ARcnts for tbe celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Ubic'b Moveable Point Steel Plow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Camp,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
PCANTLIN & COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
AND
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
TOP.
EL DUKAliO
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOUR CIATE8, Froprlelor.
109 Commercial Aianus, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Beat brand of Cllfo U Chars I u reotlvJt
BILLIARD Mloon furnished with tbe best
of tablet I and bar supplied with wlues, liquors
and cigars of theneit brands.
PUT OOODK.
ft-
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. HANNY.
LARGE STOCK.
BROWN SHEETINGS,
PRINTS,
TiarECiisra-s.
CHECKS,
ANU
STRIPES,
KENTUCKY JEANB, yjTKA,
CASSIMERS,
BLACK ALPACAS
AND
LUSTERS,
OROSIRAIN SILKS,
POPLim.
LARUK STOUK OF 0AR1-F.TING
OIL OLOTHS,
UATTINO,
Window Nliartcki,
OILT BANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACE
DAMASKS.
Ills Esstlro (stock
AT
VERY LOW FIGURES.;
CORNER STH ST. AND C0MUERCIAL-AV.,
t'fslro. Illinois.
aelitllf
Ce Dr. Henry's World's Tossle and
Blood Pariaer.'
It Is the rrcat household remedy, pleasant to
bike, yet potent for the prevention and cure ot
diseases. It ia better than Bitters, Cordial,
lluchu or Sarsaparllla. Sold by Druggists
Dr. Henry's Boot nnd Plant PlUs.
Mild jet thorough no nausea orgrlplng-n-lit
t ly vegetable great 1 Iver remed j Price Si
cents. Sold by Druggists.
Mrs. Whltco tab's Syrup.
The great soothing remedy. Price on:y S3
:ents, Givea rest to tho mother sod htulthto
'ho child Sold by Druggists.
Marriage. Onlde.
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, KctT
Engruvlngs, Ttvo-bundred and alxty Pages,
Pi lee M cents. Address Dn. Bdtts' DisrEx
uar, 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
' a Advertisement.
Our "Homo Advertisers.
INM'ltASiCK.
FIRE AND MARINE
5 TJ Jk. HT O H
on iM.Mr.t.
Our Homo Advertiiera.
JiEOULAIl CAIIKK I'ADUOAH BVANS
VILLE 8EM1.WKKKI.Y IT, 8.,
MAn. PACKET.
The Fnl nnd RleKitut l'xsrnir Steamer
Assets.,
4'IAIIAII.t, N. Y.,
Il.lv'Vib;
tlKl'.MA.SIA, N. V.,
Assets l.o.T'JI 7J
IIANOVEII, N. Y.,
Assets..
T.'O M I"
KKV01ILIC, N. Y,
Aaset 71I.W HO
Comprl'lng the Umlf rwrllun' Adcncj,
YON K EHS, N. Y.,
AMeta... 878 4C4 M
ALTtANY CITY,
A.-fts 4W.1M 23
TI P.EM EN'S V UNI), S. K.,
Aaiel.
I7C.!"J0 Oi!
CKCUKITY, .V. Y. MARINE,
Afnol 1.IW8I-I
NEW nJJlNITUUK STOKlfl.
EICiniUFFmiOTHER.
hus opuned ii Now Fiirnlturo Store on
Commercial nvcnuo, onposlte Seventh
htreet. und rcspoctfulfy culluttentlon
of tho citizens of Cairo uud sur
rounding country to his
LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
Of rUHNlTUHK.
All new, and warranted of tho
TUB VERY REST MANUFACTURE
He cuaraiitees aattsfiictlou both In price
aud quality of goods. , .,.
tarcall ou lilin before you 5"Vn?ur
u . t t . 1 1 : .. it. .ii. ....i . -
Knes, Inmired ut tatri aa (airrableas aound, yif
manent aecnrltv Hill warrnnt.
i tenbectruiiy ax ot lite citizen, ni uarn,
hare of their lialronaK".
'. N.UVUKN.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSUltANCB
co3s.a:FL3sr-3r.
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
ASSETS, $600,000.
JOHN A. HUCK, - - - President.
C. KNOBELSDORFF, - - - Secretary.
OR".
UlIAH. REIT7., IlXNltY WEIIEIt,
A. C. Kksino, A. Mipcii,
Citab. Wentue, Chad. Vehoiia,
h KANC18 liAt'KMER, (J II AH. LUEQLINO,
C. HiRttcii, Wm. Reimuardt,
.1011H r ELDKAMP,
The bl orKauiied ami aecurett company in
tbe northwest. The only company which guar
antee a c3b Kurrcndtr value.
CARL L. T110MAS, Gen. Ao't,
ssdlv for Cairo nnd vicinity
W. .M
Notary Public. No. Pub. and 11. H. Cntn
IIETSTTIE&Ei.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
.t;tsa, hautkohu,
Aets J.MU.WH U7
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
Anseta 2,7M,C.'0 fin
1IAUTF0RP, CONN.,
Atael..... t2,M 4,210 71
PlitENIX.IIAUTKORD,
Assets - 1,781,111 60
INTEUNATlONAIi, N. Y.,
Assets I1,3X,89 17
PUTIV AM, HARTFORD,
Assets 701,937
CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND,
Assets IMA.C73 88
IIOUE.COLUMUUS,
Assets I15s,i78 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets SOO,000 v
CONNECTICtlT MUTUAL, LIFE,
Assets 130,000,0(10 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
Assets I1.&W0") 00
RAILWAY PABSENOERS ASSURANCE
CO., HARTFORD,
ys.els Hi,(i00 (H
INDEPENDENT, BOSTON,
Artels ?05),fi;3 60
SAFFORD, MORRIS &CANDEE,
71 Onlo Leve,
CUT National Ilaiilc, CAinO. ILL.
I purchases.
00 TO
W. W. THORNTON'S,
HUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13$ TENTil BTHEET,
row
floors, asb, Ullssds, Xouldtngs,
kUTeiUatlcrs,(wood)'Wlndownud Hour
frames, floorlns;, Lata,
HtslUKlca, OlRsed Naan, GlsscU Mds
UkIiU, CIlMtd Transoms,
Hnab WclshU, NosB Valltea and Cords
mind Fastenings, Koodns;
rail. Hooda Censsnt, flasscrln
Vapcr, Carpel felt. White
Lend, IJaswI oil. American Window
Glass, CagUah aadrrcaoa
(lata Class, Iuttj, Ut aslsr'a Pousls
Mower ttHM. taUnt Chimneys,
KtC, .
AOKNTH lor Hook Rlrer Paper Company'
Bhaalhlns Foil and Quarts Oewont
, W John'a Improved RooOng alwajrsoo
nd.
IDLEWILD-
.Iack Oiiammkii, Master.
Kit, TitoMAN, (Merit.
,I3T I.!itve Culro for I'ndilcuh nnd Kvana
villo, ovory Thursihiy iiiulBimday avcnlnr,
at II o'cluek, eiiiiiici-lliij.' nt Kvhiiv11Ic wlUt
thn 1iiiIkvIIIc und t'liii lmiiiil packet. For
freight or pavciiifii iipplv in
Iamks llti'iiiK I'ltsscnser Atf't.
ItKOIJI.AIt CAIRO. l'AIH OAII A EVANS
H.I.K HKJH-WKKKI.Y PACKET.
The tine Pus.cngcr Packet
ARKANSAS BELLE.
REN. HOWAUI).
hXOLKY IlUDI).
Master
..Clerk
'ndticah and Evans-
tgrLcnves Cairo for li
vlfln nvnri TtlniiHiir mul Vrl.trtv u...ln . n
o'clock. For frchrht or nassazc annlv on
honrd or to
.Tames Hinnn, Passenger Ag't.
RKOULAK CAIRO AND EVANSVIU.E
SCMI. WEEKLY MAIL LINK PACKET.
The due loiv jircsiuro Passenger Packet
W. 11. PENNINGTON Master.
BSTLcavcs Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday evening atO o'clock, for Paducali
and Kvunsvlllc. For freight or passage ap
ply on hoard or to
-IAmkb Hioob, Passenrer Ag't.
CAIRO AND I'ADUOAH
HAIL BOAT.
The splendid steamer
X.A.S. FISK,
Dick Fowler, Captain,
a Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted,)
in. For freight or passage apply on
or,
iauatl
.IAS. MA I. LORY Airt.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
IsTEAH TCJ,
OAOH1
Will make three, trips dallr.
'LKAVINO CAIHO I LEAV'O MOUND CITV
At 7 i.m. At 6M a.n.
At 11 a.m I At 1:30 p.m.
Ati-M p.m. At 0 p.m.
Fare each way, 80 cents; 10 tickets for
82 M. Will land, when hailed, atony good
Intermediate landing for passenger or .
freights. norltf.
FOR SALE.
ON EASY TERMS I
A valuablo farm within seven miles of
Metrotolis, on thu Jonchoro Road, conslst
ing of2(10 acre with GO acres cleared and
other Improvement, now owned and form
erly occupied, hy J, T. Kennie.
TKIt.MS. One-fourth down balance In
one, two and three years notes secured by
mortgage, with fix per cent. Interest.
'. II. The timber is good and has never
been culled nnd no timber will be permitted
to bo cut or tiKcd, except what la necessary
lor the wear und tear oi tho place, until after
the second payment has been made.
For iniormatlon apply to
J. T. RENNIE
ll-S-tf Cairo. III.
JOHN SIIEEHAN,
RETAIL GROCER
And Dealer in
VEGETABLES. FRUITS. EGGS, LARD
FHESH 1IUTTER, ETC.
B3P All Goodit warranted fresh, and told
it the lowest price?.
Corner Oth St. audCommercialAve.
7-aa tf.
MILLINEKT.
MRS. McQEE,
On Eighth Street, between Commercial and Wash
ngton Avenuaa, ia dallr recalvinc
NKW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST (THING AND 8CMMEB BTTLIS.
Ilesiuea a lull line of
reoasrssriETe &c hats
ITrunmed and untrimmed,
KliENCU FLOWERS. IUBUON3, TRIMMIN03
of all kind. Laees, etc., to.
Mrs. Mctivii hu ul.o a large aaaortmeat o
Knncy Articles, audi M
NECK Tl.. COLLARS. UNDERSLEEVE9,
Itll FFS, B ASU E3, FANti,
And all oilier articles usually found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. Mcdre, in addition to her stock of Faaor
mid Millinery (lundN, haa a nne and complete u.
portment ol Cincinnati Custom Made Ladles
nd Misses' bhoea and Childrens' Hoota, BUek
and in Colom. These are acknowledged to be
he nnest and best shoes in the market, atd thi
h o nly place in tbe cllr taat makea thes
oialtv .
BOOT AMD aUUE nTOBC.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
103 Comwetcial Ave, noar Atheneura.
CAIRO, ILLS.
Keep on band a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaitbu and
Shoes.
Also, Slippers of all Kindi,
Which they eelUt UK. .
VERY LOWEST FIQUKK0
Gall axd Xzamuk.
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