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OFFICE, B'CTXiXjUTIIT BTTIIiUHTCa-, OOOa. 12TH 3TEBET A.3ST3D "W.A.SHiasra-l'OIET
JOHN H. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1872
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
PRESIlYTEIM AN Eighth Street.
Preaching, Knblintti ut 10) a.m. mid .7) p.m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at "J p. in.
Sabbath .School, a p.m. .1, M. Lansden, Su
pcrintctidcnt. Rev. 11. Thaykii, Pastor
METIIODIST.-Cor. Eighth and WulnutSta
Preaching) Halibut h at 10) a.m., and 7 p. tu
Prayer meeting, Wednesday. 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, n. p.m. L. W. Stlllwcll,
Superintendent. Rkv. F. L. Thompson,
CHURCH OF THE ItKDKKMKIt (Kpisco-
Mornlng prayers. .Sabbath 10) a.m.
Evening prayers, "J p.m.
.Sabbatli School, V u.m.
Hkv. K. Coam, Hector.
ST. PATRICK'S CHUUCll-Nlnth St. uud
I'ubllc service, Sabbath 8:10 and 10) a.m.
Vespers, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, i! p.m.
Sen leu every day, 8 u.m.
Hkv. 1. .). 0'llAi.i.oitA.v, Priest.
GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH-Mlli
street between Washington Avenue and
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath .School at U o'clock p. m. II. C.
Hkv. Hoii't. Hki.iiki, Pastor
VOl'NG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
each month ut their room over Rockwell
Si Co'book store, Coinuirrclal avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7) p.m. at
I.. W. Stili.wkm.. President.
AFIUCA.V METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Sen lees, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sabbath School, 1) p.m.
Class meets ut .'t p.m.
iX'ONI) FREE WII.I. HAI'TIST-Flf-
teenth Street., between Walnut und Cedar.
Sen ices bahhath, 1) und .') p. in.
Hkv. N. Kick, Pastor.
FREE WII.I. IIAPTIST llOMK .MISSION
SAHHATII SCIIOOI.. Comer Walnut
and Cedar Mreetn.
Sabbatli School, II a.m.
FIUsT FREE WII.I. IIAPTIST CIll'KCII
Sen ices, Sabbath 11 a.m., H p.m. .fc7)p. m.
Hkv. Wm. Kkm.kv, Pastor.
FIHST MISSIONARY IIAPTIST CIU'RCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth uud Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath, 10) u,m. nnd 7) p. In.
Prayer meeting. Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath .school, 1) p.m. John Vaullaxter
nud Mury Stephens. Superintendents.
Hkv. T. J. siioitKH, Parlor.
SECOND IIAPTIST ClIUHCH-Fourtccnth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
utilv liaptlt church recognized by the As
sociation. Seniles, Sabbatli, 11 a.m. :ip,in.iiiid7 p.m.
Hkv. Jacoii IIiiadi.kv, Klder.
A1HO "COMMANDKHY, No. 1.1. Stated
Asemblv at the Asylum Maonlc Hall, lint
and third Saturdavn In eacli month.
CAIKO COCNUL.'No. lit. Regular Convo
cation at Masonic Hall, the second Friday
In eacli month.
CAIKO CHAPTER No. 71.-Hegular Con
vgcatlon at Macule Hall, on the third
Tue-dayol every month.
CAIKO LODGE, NO. 'J37 K.& A. M.-RcgU-lar
Communications at Masonic Hull, the
second and fourth Mondays of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, S2! JleoU in Odd
Fellow.,' Hall, In After' building, every
Thursday evening at s o'clock.
Governor John M. Palmer;
Lieutenant-Governor John Dougherty ;
Secretary of State Kdmund Hummel ;
Auditor of Statu C. E. I.lppincott:
State TreaMircr E. N. Ilate ;
Supt. Public Ini-tniction-Ncw ton llatcman
Senator I.yman Tniuibull and John A.
Beprecntatlvc for the State-at-Lnrge s.
Representative Thirteenth District John
MEMDERS OKNKKAI. ASSEMHLY.
Senators, First Dl'trict T. A. K. Holcomb,
f Union, and S. K. Glb-on, of Oallatin.
Representative, First District II. Watson
Judge D. J. Maker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attonicy J. F. McCartney,
Sheriir A. II. Irvln.
Win. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
Judge F. llross.
Associates J. E. McCritu and S. Marehtl
ilon. Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. (iossiuan.
MUNICIPAL GO VERNM KNT.
Mayor John M. Lnn-dcn.
Treasurer J. 11. Taylor.
Comptroller K. A. Jluruett.
Clerk Michael llowley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attoniev P. II. Pope.
Police Magistrutes F. Hros and 11. Shan
nessy. Chief of Pollcc-L. H. Myers.
Mayor John M. l.nnnlcn.
First Ward-P. O. Sclmh.
Second Ward C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward Jim. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Stnat Taylor.
Clty-at-Large W. P. Halllday and D.
nOAltl) OF AMlKKMKN.
First Ward -James Kcarden, A. U. Saf
lord, Isauc Walder.
Second Ward H. II. Cunningham, E. Un
der, Q. Stance!, .lames Swayne.
Third Wurd-Wm. Stratton, J. II. PhllHs.
Fourth Wurd-Jno. H. Robinson, G. II.
Scaso. J. II. Metcatf. .
Ilayard Taylor lu Harper's for October.
Come to ine, Latagc I
(llrl ol the toning hair
And the red mouth, small and sweet;
I.csi oftho earth than air,
So wltehlngly fond and lair,
La I age I
Fondle Inr, Lalago I
(llrl or the soft white hand,
(llrl or the low white brow,
And the roseate bosom-band;
Illoom fr mi an orchard bough
Lesn downy-soft than thou,
Kiss me. Lalagel
(llrl of the fragrant breath,
Girl of the sun of. May ;
As a bird that flutters In death,
My Muttering pulses say :
If thou he death, yet stay,
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
Mnnufucturcrs of and Dealers In
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
oak and walnut
LUMBB "JEb .
Having the sole right In this city to use the
FULTON DRY KILN,
tlio best Patent Kiln extant.
dally prepared to furnish at nil times, on
tbo shortest notice,
THOKOUGHLY SEASONED LUM11KK.
Attention is called to our stock of
Lumber delivered to any prt of tho city
Orders received at the omce of
8 AFFORD, MORRIS ft CANDEE,
t that of the company, corner of 84th
ttmt and Ohio Uvj ug2od3iD.
LOVE BETWEEN UARS.
A VAIK INFAXTICIIlK AND A UCKUAM
AUIOI.YCUM WANT TO UK MAlllUKtl IN
Poughkeejisie (Aug. 101 Correspondence of
the NewTork Herald.
In tho jail In this city it a young girl
uumed Malty Howe, aged about twenty
three, who ilunda Indicted for murder in
tho lint degree. She was lait winter in
tliu employ of a man in Fithkill named
Ha Lane, by wnom mo oocaino pruguaiil,
and when childbirth was oxpocted
tho was sent from tut houso
to tbo abode of a colored woman
ioiiiu diitanco otf'. She bad no loonor
entered the bluck woman's apartment
than alio was attacked with paini, and
very quickly, without tbo aid of a physi
cian, gave birth to a child. Dciertud by
tho man who should bavu stood by her,
and notwithstanding hor precarious con
dition, eho left tho house tho next day with
the new-born child In hur arms, and was
afterwards seen without it. Shortly after
tl.at tho body of tbo child was found in a
piece of woods, and it looked ai though it
had been attacked by some animal.
Matty llowo was arrestee lor Killing
her otl'apriug and indicted as abovo stated,
and her trial Is to corno oil' in the supremo
court In October next. Her cell is on tbv
upper corridor, on tho west side. Direct! j
under Hon tho next corridor below, is the
cell of Eugeno echmitland, a good-looking
German, who has been indicted for grand
larceny iu stealing a number of watches
and a quantity of jewcrly in Eisbkill.
llii Is a goou-naturcu son ot lellow, anil
has been allowed the freedom of the outsr
corridors. Onoof these corridors leads to
Matty Howe's coll, and Eu
geno soon uocumo acquainla
with Mattv by seeing bur and talking to
ber through thu bars which separated
them. Tho at first casual acquaintance,
under adverse circumstances, ripened into
atlection, and trom that time forth,
through tho long hours of the day, until
the time arrived for each prisoner to be
locked up for tho night, the loving Eu
gene could bo seen sitting beside thu ban
of Matty's cell, tbo two exchanging vows
ot eternal constancy. Onu day Eugeno
addressed a letter to his father, in tho Old
Country, saying ho bad got into a littlo
ditliculty, and sadly needed $100 to help
him. ills latnor, who is reported to b
rich, in a few weeks sent him 400 in
gold. Tho lovers decided to get
married, tugona, inrougu mo consent of
the thurltf, seut for a lint-class tailor to
como to the jail and measure him for a suit
of clothes, and in duojtiine the suit was Un
shed. Ilo then sent to an ivuron iiro.'s
jewelry store and had samples of jewelry
sent to his ceil, irom wmcn no selected a
complete set for Matty, includind a gold
chain ana locKei, anu presented mem to
her. Ho also gavo her a fancy lace collar
and fancy necktiv.
Having thus, as no thought, prepared
fur tho wedding, tbo next thine was to
get a minister to perform the marriage
ceremony. Last Saturday he requested
Jailer V anucrpooi to go alter a Methodist
dominie. Tho jailor, knowing that such a
thing would not bo allowed, replied that
he was too busy to attend to tho matter
then, when Eugeno requested tho at
tendance of Mr. llooso, tbo cigar dealer,
who came to luo tail, lo htm tuireiio
opened his heart, and Mr. llooso endeav
ored to get a Uerman minister to otuci
ate, but ho declined on tho ground that
such a marrigo would bo unlawful. Then
Justico Ilakcr was appealed to. That of
ficial said ho would marry thorn if the
sheriff would consent, but the latter per
emptorily declined. Tbo intelligence was
convoyed to tho determined lovers, who
received it with sadness. Tho shoriu", how
ever, in urder to appeaso them, sent them
word they could bo marrlod In open court
by tho presiding Judge. Thoy, liowevor,
received the news with distrust, and are
mourning over tho fact that next week
Eugeno Is to bo tried and will, without
doubt, be sent down tho rlvor, leaving
Mattlo to remain thcro till October for her
trial. It is tho first caso of lovo In jail
that ever occurred in this county.
AN tMl'KIUAL LOAVKH HORN A I" (UN UK to
DIK A l'KASANT, KTC.
A Now York 'World' correspondent at
Kordentown, N. J., writes: 'When Prince
Lucicn Murat came to Uordontown ho was
onu of the finest-looking men ever seen.
Tall and of majestic mien, bo was a skilful
swordsman, and tho most elegant and
graceful dancer. Ho brought with him a
largo fortune which ho quickly squan
dered, and then ho ran heavily in debt.
When tbeso becamo fairly mountain
ous Joseph Bonaparte liquidated them
all. In a short time Murat was at
dooply involved as beforo, and Uona
parto being approached again by
his creditors, shook his; head. "It is
useless, gentlemen, " said ho, " the prince
has no legitimate claim upon me, und it
was friendship and in the hope that ho
would bo moro economical that I placod
him upon his foot; at this rate ho would
ipoedily make beggars of both of ui.
And lieilCOIorill inu uuuiu guunuwmu unu
to " go it alono." Shortly alter ho mar
ried Miss Frazlor of Charleston, 8. C, a
noblo and accomplished woman, who
oponod a young ladies' school in Uordon
town. bv which means she supported her
family and worthloss husband. Tho
prince led a gross and disroputablo life,
was addicted to gambling, bunting, fish
ing, drinkine. loafine. and bor
rowed tnonoy of all who would
loan it. Ho had not the least tasto for re
fined and intellectual pursuits. One day,
when at dinner with llonaDarte. the latter.
by an understanding with a number of
ladlei who woro present, caused him to
give an eiuiDiuon or mi tastes. A dls
cusilon upon thuexaoi leading of a ar
tain passage of a classical writer wa in
troduced, nnd, to settle tho disputo, tho
volumo was brought from tho library.
Uonaparto, who was an oxcellont reader,
oponed the book and began reading to the
company. Murat, unable to conceal his
disgust, roso and left tho room. Staying
away until ho thought tb insufferable
controversy was over, ho camo
back again to find tho ox-king mill read
ing and tho ladies listening with tho great
est interest. Wheeling abruptly about, ho
once moro took his departure and stayed
away altogether. Just hero I may add
parenthetically that the rcsidonce of Uon
aparto in this itato gave rise to tho old
quirp of calling Now Jersoy Spain, and a
foreign country. Murat came to be very
obeso, and was nothing moro than a bar
room loafer. " My fuller was born a
peasant and died n prince," ho was accus
tomed lo say, "and I was born a prince,
and will die a pcusant. Hut when
tho coup d'etat of 18Sii was made, the
rin4 aa that tho golden opportunity
bad come, and be packed up and took
passage for Europe. Tho gentleman
whose itato-room was next to his; declares
that the l'rinco snored so terrilfically that
he bad not u single night's undisturbed
rest during his passage. The Emperor
Napoleon took euro of tils cousin, securing
to him an immenso revenue, paying his
debts eorernl times, and giving him the
means of living as a member of tho royal
family. Hut hli tremonduous extrava
gance always kept him poor.
Victoria's aitabknt iiuenumiii' ami
conccai.bm iiatkkd for tub nkiiiikw
or ii x l'.nclk tiik exkiknciks ok
London Letter to tho Cincinnati Commer
cial. The English people, in toadying Louis
Napoleon, but lollow tho example of their
queon, who has visited tho ox-ernpyror
and recoived him at Windsor. Tho most
remarkable part of this interchange of
visits, and its being continued now that
Louis Napoleon is utterly dethroned, Is
that the queon hates him. I bavo good
and sufficient reasons to know that Queen
Victoria detests tho man, and these visits
are still occasionally given and recoived
for purely political teasoriB. AVhcn this
deep and shrewd lellow ascended the
thro no of France, ho knew very well how
important it was to have England and
Lord I'almerston, and tbo wholo Man
chester, manufacturing power, with Cob
den at its head, for allies; bo paid tho
prico by which England can always bo
bought. When tho commercial treaty
was negotiated It was arranged that tho
Queen should go to France, and personal
ly put tho garter upon the imporial leg of
tho man who had once been a billiard
rnarktr In tho grogshop, Leicester Square,
which represented all that remained of the
brothel set up by the sons of King George.
Queen Victoria went to Paris. It was on
tho programme that at a certain point she
was to kim tho cmporor. The osculatory
performance was to be at her initiative.
Hut so soon as she had tied on the garter,
tho Emperor caught her in his arms, em
braced and kissed her. The Queen was
astonished. She has never got over it.
When, as emporor, bo came over to re
turn tbo visit, l'rinco Albert alone met
him at tho station, the Queen resolutely
refusing to do so; and sinco that visit to
Paris sTie has, in making journeys on the
continent, several times gono entirely
out of her way to avoid going through
Paris. She now visits Louis Napoleon
only becauso Gladstone, demands it, the
reason eiven being that " it is probable he
may ba emperor again." There is no
doubt in my mind that tbero is n great
deal of nervousness among tho Tories,
Whigs, and pronounced Monarchists of
England generally, lest Franco should be
como a confirmed republic. It is pretty
cortain that there must either be a throne
in France or tbo English throno must
swiftly pass away.
Mrs. Swandcr has tho newest styles o
braids, chignons, puff, otc. 9-24dtf
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Xllc the BtaorfCflf Ilonto
Elsjbtr MlleaibeStiorteat Route
TO ST. XtOTJIS
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
OM CAIKO TO
Cincinnati, i llanapolla, Toledo,
ueiruu, weveiHou, isiHKrii rim,
lluttalo, I'ltlsblllK, WiahlnKton.
Ualtlmnre, Philadelphia, New York,
ooiion ana an poinu eai.
Mllwaukie, Jaapsfille, Madison,
LaCroise, St. I'aul and all points north.
This Is alto the only direct route to
Decatur, llloomington, NpnngelJ,
reoria, wuinvy, nooKua,
Burlington, ttock IsUnd, I.a Salle,
Menilota. Dixon. Kreeport.
Galena, Dubuque, Hioui ulljr,
Elogant Drawing Room Stooping Ca"
un all Plight Trains.
Haulage Checked to all Important points.
Our Homo Advertisors.
Kor tickets and information. aiiDlr to I. C. R.R
depot ut alro; on board the transit steamer be
tweeu Columbus and Cairo, and at tne prlnclp
raiiroai ucaei craem inrougnoui ine aouin.
w. r.jounsun, uen i rifi. ag i, umcaio.
A. Mitciisll, (ien'l. BupH. Chicago,
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and aftor Monday, Anrll 24th, 1972
trains will run as follows:
Tims udifia sovrans?.
Leave Virilnla 6:40 a. m
Springfield i:0 "
,' Taylorvllle 10 4 "
Arrive at tana.. 11.46
TB1IXS Q01KQ XOaTUWIHT.
Leave Fana 4.00 a. m
Arrive at Bpnng(leld...6.
Leave Spnnifleld. .. "
Arrive at Virginia 8.5 11
TOAIMS 001X0 SOVTUIAST,
Leave Edgwood 6.30 a. m. -
Arrlv at Bbawnsel'n ,U "
. 3:00 "
, . "
. e.iT "
..3.33 a. m
.to.io p, m
t'ttttrtered March SI, isnt.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO
A. li. SAKFORD. President;
H. S. TAYLOH, Vice-President;
II. HYSLOP, Secretary nnd Treasurer.
P. St. lUacLAT, Cms. OitioHia,
K. II. HTocarLtiH, Pavl O. Beam,
K. II. CcKmOHi, 11. P. IUllibat,
J. M. Pamirs.
Depoalta at stay Amount KMwl red I roan
Test Cesata Upwards.
iNTKKEHT paid on deposits at the rale ot six
percent, per annum, March lstantl Heptem
r 1st, Interest not withdrawn Is M4ed imme
diately to the principal of the deposits, thereby
giving them compound Interest.
MAHK1EI) WOMEN AND CHILD KEN HAT
SO THAT HO OXS LSX CX DSAW IT.
Op-n fi'ir buslneaa ilar. from V a.m. to 3 p.m.,
anJ Saturday erening tor HAVING DEI'OHITb
only, from 6 lo s o'clock.
mil W. IIT8I.OP, Treasurer.
'PUT? mrvv at A rpTrtxr a t
t 11JJ V1JL A XaXtlllAJJ
. P. HALLIDAY, President;
I1KNRT L. HALLIDAY, Vice-Pre!dut;
A. B. MAPFORD, Cashier ;
WALTER HYsLOP, Assistant Cashier.
Htiits TiTLoa, Kostar It. CcxxixenAn,
Htaat L. IIallibit, W. P. Hailidat,
Oao. V. WiLLuasoa, HrifHin Biap
A. B. SArroaD.
Baostavaaie, Colts stssd DnltMt NUilpa
Honda Bought aitd Hold.
EP03ITS receired, and a general hanklna
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DA.NIi:L HUM', "re.iJoDIi
KOBERT. M(Lu-St Vw.Prel lent
C. N. UUGUE3. Ca-Mer.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY M.iDE.
EXCHANGE, coin, bank nolrr and United
(Mates securities bought and sold.
InterMi Allowed nn lime Itepoalta.
CAIRO CITY COAL
ts prepared to supply customer with the te
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OKDEKS left at Halllday Hro. office, 70
OHIO LKVEK. or at the Coal Y'ard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will recclvo prompt atten
tion. Tho Tlio "JIontauk" will bring coal
alongside to steamers at any hour.
AND DIALCa IN
EiaitTH Sthket, Between Washinqto
and Commercial Avenues,
AdJolnlDK Hl'.teabonae and llansiy'a.
Keep the best or Beet, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Lamb, Sausage, etc., nd are prepared to strre
oltisene In the most acceptable manner.
JAMES KYM ASTON,
Butcher and Dealer in all Kinds or
coknxr nlnktkntii anu 1'01'lak 8tb.,
ers only tho bost cat tie
a prepared to llllany de
from otio pound to teu
DIt. 1). 0. TABER,
Will rcstimo tho uractlco of his nrofession
with especial rel'crenco to the clectriea
treatment ot disease In all tho new und im
proved methods of application.
in an cusoh or icnmie complaint a lauy
will bo In attendance.
Office, 128 Commercial avenue, up stalrn.
WILLIAM It. SMITH. M. D.
ESIUENUB No. at Thirteenth street, De
i tweea Waahinslon avenue and Walnut atreet.
ce Ij'lConinieroialayenun, up stairs.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
QK8IDEN0E oornerNlnth and Walnut ata,
ryjtnce coruor sixth street and Ohio leyee.
Grace hours from fl a.m. to lit m., and ft p.m
U. WARDNER, M. D.
I) EHIDKNCK-Corner Mnetsentli street and
JLV Washington ayenue, near court house. Of.
Acf oyer Arier'a Grocery Store, Office Hours from
10 a. m. to li m. and 'om 2 to 4 p. m.
Our Home Advertisors.
i.r.eithsr sex, young or old, make moie m
t work f jr ut in their spar moments or all
tune, than at anything else. I'aittculara rree.
Address a, Bllnson Co., Portland, Maine.
- ssttttttttttnsP' '
iiEERWART, ORTH & CO.
136 Commercial Avenue, Caiko, III.
STOVES, TIN WA BE, HOLLOW
W A T E It COOLERS.
for Window bcreens,
SAND S011EENS, STEP LA DDK IIS
Ac, cVc Ac.
CRADLES, 4c, 4c.
Also manufacturers of
OUTTER1NQ AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & CorrEH Wake
r-ole Agents for tho celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
irig's moveaiile point steel plow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
SCANTLIN A COOK'H
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
DHT J O O D N.
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
KENTUCKY JEANS, XXTRA,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING
Ula Entire Ntoclt
VERY LOW FIGURES.;
CORNER 8tU 8T. AND COMMERCIAI.-AV.,
The Master Spiiutsohthe Would,
The Theasuhe House op America.
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AKPDts report balei of 2S to 100 copies
in a few hours or iluy . Pkosi-kctus Fkkk.
Address J. W. GOODSPEED,
Now York, Chicago Cincinnati, St. Loul-i,
MRS. ANNA LANG
On Eighth Street, botween Washington
and Commorclal Avonuos,
Is reeeiTlng dally now Inroicea of
01 every description, and at Paicss to Soit ths
THE LATEST HTVLK8 Or
SPRINO AND SUMMER GOODS,
HATS, RIB RONS,
LACES OF ALL KIND
OOLLY VARDEN GLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
Together with oil tho other articles kept
In a First Class Millinery and Trimmings
.Store. To be sold at tho very lowesv ugure
Our Homo Advertisers.
Our Homo Advertisers.
FIRE AND MARINE
I IT S TJ IK, -A. 1ST O E
NIAGARA, N. Y.,
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
Assets l.OCS.ttl 7
HANOVER, N. Y.,
Asset 72.: Kit iu
REPUULIC, N. Y.,
Asset 7U,VZ5 ID
Comprising the Underwriters' Afcency,
TON KERR, N. Y.,
Assets 79 M SI
Assets 453,lx.'l 23
fikemen'h ruNii, . r.,
Assets.. U9.ai (X
BECCRITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Utores, Dwelllngj, Kurnltiire, Hulls and Car
Rove, Inturoil at rales fafcratte as sound, per
manent security will warrant.
I respectfully aik of the cltlteus ol Cairo,
shale of their patronage,
REGULAR CAIUO.PADUOAII EVANS
VILLE SEMI-WKEKLY U. S.
The Fast and Eleaant lVi.f njer Rteamer
Iack Okammer, Master.
En. Thomah, Clerk.
C3T Leaver Cairo lor Paducali and Kvans
Mlle, every Thursday and Sunday evening,
at o clock, coniicctlnj; at Kvansvllle wlUs
the Louisville and Cinc innati packtta. Fo
Iamks liiod.s Passenger Au't.
frclglit or passago apply to
ItEOCLAR CAIRO. PADUCAH EVANS
VILLE SEMI-WKEKLY PACKET.
The line Passenger Packet
TKUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OK CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
OHN A. HUCK, - - - President.
C. KNOBELSDORFK, - - - Henrotary.
'Jius. Reitz, Henry Weiier,
A. 0. Kksino, A. Mibch,
Chas. Wentiik, Chab. Vkroha,
Prancih Lackner, Chah. Dakqlino,
C. lliRKcn, "Vm. Reinharut,
The best organised and secureit company tn
Hie northwest. The only company which guar
antees a cash surrender value.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
2M1t forCnlroisnd vlrlnltr
Vi . . M
No. Pub. and 11. 8. Com
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
Asets m f3,M9,SO 07
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
Assets $i,783,OUO W)
Asset . (2,544,210 72
AsseU ... (1,781,148 80
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y
Assets (1,3U,898 17
Assets 1515,073 68
A'seta (154,278 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL. MO.,
Assets 1500,000 0
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIFE,
Assets (30,000,000 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Assets tl.&OOOOO 00
RAILWAT PAUSE NGERS ASSURANCE
Vssets 1500,000 00
Assets 30,802 00
y AFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio E.vr.
Cliy National Hank. CAIRO. ILL.
tar Call and see ber, No trouble to snow
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13i TENTH STREET,
Doora, Bssab, Bllttda, Moaldlaga,
Ejsvb Otttten, (wood) Window and Door
rrstoiea, l'loorlBsy, Latti,
Nlilnglea, OlaatMl Rasa, aistaed Hide
EJKktti, Ulaaed Trnstaouta,
Naals Wolft-Bta, Hstatt ralllea stssd Cortla
Biissd rtsiiBir, kooBbs;
rait, Kooflaa; t'etuestt, l'laatcrlBg
Paper, Carpet felt, Wnita
I,el, Uatsd Oil, Ataeriesu Wlssdow
Olasa, KHSjllab susdrreBCB
Plate QIsums, Pattjr, QCaaler'a Poiata
Bwer PI pea. Patea t'BlasBeai
Btc., Kte., Bte.
AORNTS tor Rook Rivet Papsr Company'
Hheathinc Felt and Quarts Cement
. W Joha'e losprovrd RooOng always oa
mat. HOWARD Master
Nkolkv Uudd ,,, .clerk
tSTLcavca Cairo for Paducah nnd Evana
v lilu every lucsday and Friday evening atrf
p clock, tot freight or passage apply on
bo.ird or to nn
.IAMK3 Hinos. Passenger Ag't.
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANSVILLU
.SUMI-WEEKLYMaIL LINE PACKET.
Tlie line low pressure Passenger Packet
W. II. PENNINGTON Master.
, tSTLcavca Cairo every 'Wednesday and
finttirday evening at o'clock, for Paducali
and Evansvlllc. For frclglit or passage ap
ply on board or to
M JAmks Hior.s, I'awcngcr Ag't.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The splendid steamer
Dick Fowler, Captain.
AILY, (Sunday excepted )
i eight or passage apply ois
.IAS. MALL ORY Ag't.
OAIlu. AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trips dally.
LEAVI.no CAIRO I LEAV'O MOUND CITY
At" a.m. j At 8:30 a.m.
At 11 a.m At 1:30 p.m.
At 4:30 p:nj. AtO p.m.
Fare each way, 30 cents; 10 tickets for
91 50. Will land, when bailed, at any good
Intermediate landing for passengers or
ON EASY TERMS I
A valuable farm within seven miles oi
Metropolis, on the .lonrsboro Road, consist
ing of 200 acres with 00 acres cleared ami
oilier improvement, now owned and form
erly occupied, by J. T. Rennie.
'1 EHM.S. Onc-fourth down balance iu
one, two and three years notea secured by
mortgage, wiin six per cent, interest.
N. II. The timber N irood and has never
been culled and no timber will be permitted
to tie cm or ucti, except, wuai is necessary
lor the wear and tear ol the place, until after
the second payment has been made.
For Inlormatloti apply to
J. T. RENNIE
y-8-tf Cairo. 111.
And Dealer la
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, EOOS, LARD
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
All Goods warranted fresh, and Mid
at the lowest prices.
Corner Oth St. anUCommerclalAve.
the uste-w system:.
OB0CERIE8 RETAILED AT WHOLESALE!
I'RICEH FOR CASH.
AT U. 0. TUIELEOKE'S STORE.
WAHIIINOTON AVENUE, HETWEEN TENTH
A .VI) ELEVENTH STREETS.
50 Ibt. dry Cuba Sugar for - - - 15 00
01 ii ii .i ... l 00
tlj lbs. A coffee Sugar, N. Y. Std. - I 00
4 " Primo Rio Ooffeo for - - 1 00
3J " Choico " " - - 1 00
3 " Old Government Java - - 1 00
Terns and other staple and fancy Groce
ries oqually as cboap.
Goods now, and full weight given. Call
HENRY H. MEYER,
DECORATIVE. SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
of every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
in every style, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Glass Gliding
Orders solicited for Scenery, Frcscoe ana
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All work iu
trusted to my care will bo promptly at
nded to. Shop in Perry House, corner of
Commercial avenue and Eighth street.
A BOOK FPU THK MIULlOWt
A Private t'onaaelor f taaVarrlexl
or those about to starry, oa lb Physiological an
teries and rtltiomof Ibsseioal wysteas, with tk
latest dlscorerles la prodaclng and rrmatlai of
prlncpreeerrlDf the complexlOB, ae,
k This Is aa I' 'westlog work of two niais rM
slaty paces, with nvoieroua BnaTtaas.astacoataiasi
Tal liable Inrormatlou tit tboee who ira aaarrta4 mr
coateoplate marrlscei still It U boek Skat aukk
isic wj5aw?t tira
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