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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1872.
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WaahtacM Avtmw.
LOCALS OF THE WEEK.
No rain visited Cairo last week.
La roe stock of notion at C. Hanny's.
Tn proceeding of the L'iboral demon
itratlon last night, will bo found In the
aupplomonl.
Rev. 0. Itrt akr prenches Tn tbo Meth
odtit church this evening.
Ret. Mr. Cook of Golcanda will preach
In tho Presbyterian church Sunday morn
ing and evening.
l'REACiuxa at the Methodist church this
morning at 10 o'clock by the pastor, and In
the evening at Ti o'clock by Rev. C. 11. Farr.
Many wagon loadi of produce, wood,
etc., cotno to the city dally from Kentucky
and Miiiouri, ovor both ferries.
Laxok stock dren luiti at C. llanny'i.
A light delegation came from Colum
bus, Kentucky, headed by Mr. Summers
of the 'Dispatch.'
A LOT of 1,300 barrels flour Is being
shipped by installments from Now Or
loans to Pooria.
Cape. Lew. Kate arrived from Cln
cinnati Friday and will back out tho
Longworth for activo service this week.
Twojold shanties and a skoloton framo on
the corner of Twenty-fourth and Poplar
streets, wero dcatroyed by lire last week,
Mr. Georok Skask of this city, is away
at St. Paul superintending tho work of
constructing tho post-offlco in tho St. Paul
custom-house.
Han
Liroe stock of grey blanket, at
ny's.
ou cases oi a run it en n ess wero up
before Bross yestorday, and four recruits
are to be found in McIIalo's brigade this
morning.
Capt. Haublktok with Mr. Gray to
superintend the work has the contract for
repairing tho Cache river bridge, and
of course it will be well done.
A barok in tho tow of tho Crescnt City
beund down, struck a snag in Dird's bend
last Tuesday, breaking eight timbors but
was repaired at tho port so far as to allow
her to complete her trip.
Mercuants, clerks, or any others who
wish to wear flne boots either calf, moroc
co, kid or patent leather of the very latest
style, go to Wra Ehler's, on Twentieth
street. 10 lOtf.
J .vo. S. Garland, an old timo Calrolto,
who was ticket agent for the Illinois Cen
tral railroad when Frank Hundley was a
young man, spent several days last week
in the city, looking up old friends and ac
quaintances. . About is himself again. That Is hois
About. A'eto l'ork World.
We think newspapers have said about
enough about About.
Dratuen, railroad men, farmers, ine
cbabics, or any others who wish good
heavy winter boots of either French calf,
or kip, warranted of tho best manufacture,
go to "NVm. Ehler's on Twentieth street.
10-19dtf
The Louisville packet Jas. E. Rankin,
on ber last trip down, was careoncd by
wind at Puppy creek bar and jolted about
so that part of two tiors of apples and po
tatoes, about two hundred barrels, wore
knocked into the river. She recovered
about forty barrols and entered protest.
Capt. Frank Hedard brought a large
amount of dualino from St. Louis last
week, for the purpose of commencing tho
removal of Bacon rock, but on trial tt was
found to be worthless, and the work has
been postponed for the present.
Capt. Frank Bedard attemptod the
destruction of Bacon rock last week with
three pounds of dualine, but the article
was of no account and burned up without
making any noiso. Capt. Bedard left for
Smitbland to look after his work on Cum
berland bar evening before last.
Mr. M. B. Uarrell one day last week
laid before us a white Brazilian sweat po
tato which weighed nlno pounds seven and
one-half ounces, and measured twenty-flvo
and one-fourth inches In length and twenty-nine
inches in circumferenco. Can
any of our readers beat it ?
xu a.m oi our menus wno uesiro a
first-class article in the lino of boots, shoos
or gaiters, made to order, of the best stock,
ana in any style or pattern desired, wo
would say try Wm Ehler's beforo going
elsewhere. 10 19tf
The select council last Thursday even
ing adopted the ordinance accepting tbe
proposition of tbe Illinois Central to re
move their trucks from tbe south to tho
north side of lovee street between Four
teenth and Fourth streets, and providing
for the graveling of the space thus made
vacant.
THE old building which occupied th
ioi noil 10 j. a. nonnies iron works was
demolished last week by Mr. Bonnie by
order of tno city fatnors. This is the build
ing, half brick, half frame, in which th
first circus of Perry Powers received its
training, and as tho investment did not
pan out very well, wo have no doubt h
is glad to have this old reminder of othe
days out of sight. It was thinking of fall
ing of its own accord long beforo it was
removed,
Louis Blattkau, whom everybody
knows, and who Is the friend of every
body, I now fully installed In his now
quarters, on Eighth street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues. lie of
fers to the public tbe best St. Louis beer
tbe choicest brands of wine and tho purest
liquors to be found in the city, and hopes
that these, civil treatment and a cordial
reception, will Insure to him a generous
share of publlo patronage. Come and
see) Louis In hit new home. lie has a wel
Mil for everybody, and for you, reader,
Tint Coterie party at the St. Charles Friday
night wa a brilliant success. Forty-two
couples were present. Elscnburg's string
band discoursed 1U sweetest music. Capt.
Rcxford of the St. Charles provided a most
bountiful repast and at an early hour In the
morning the company dispersed each mem
ber feeling that tho evening had been most
happily spent. A degree of sociability ex
isted that Is rarely found In large assem
blages, which added much to the enjoyment.
Parlor Concerts. The parlor enter
tainments given last winter under the au
spices of the Episcopal church are about to
be resumed this season, with some changes.
The mustcalcs will be alternated with cither
tableaux and charades or refreshments, and
the entertainments will be m follows :
October 22nd, at the residence of A. B,
SatTord, and II. II. Candec.
November Ttli, at the residence of Hon,
W. ,t. Allen.
November 19th, at thclrcsldence of Mr.
Samuel Walters.
December 3d, at the .residence of Mr.
Chas. Gallgher.
December 17th, at the residence of Mr.
W. W. Thornton. .10-20d2t.
The Paducah packet yesterday brought
a larco doleeatlon from Paducah and
other points, headed by tho Paducah Sil
ver Cornet band, which discoursed delight
ful music as the packet passed our wharf,
and rounded to. and addod much to tho
plcasuro of tho evening, This band ii
improving wonderfully, and fresh from i
week's steady practice is in ozcol
lent trim for playing. Among
tho Flsk's poople, wo noticed Tom
Gibson, of Smlthland, Judge M. Baggers
Judge Radcllff, Thomas Moss, Marshal,
Wilcox, of Paducah, and last but not
least oh no I Len Faxon of the Pa
ducah ' Kentucklan.'
door-ttop to rest, dropping off into a
druken doze. While ho was in this posi
tion, his wlfo roturnod to tho contest with
revolver, which sho discharged at his
head, tho ball striking him just bohind
tho loft car, and glancing upwards under
tho skin without breaking tho bono. The
noise awoko him when he claimed to have
been struck with a club. Tho ball was re
moved by Dr. Gordon, and Baugh was
able to appear in court the next day to tes
tify against his wlfo. Shorlfl Irvln ar
rested Mrs Baugb,and the caso boing hoard
before tho polico court, sho was commit
tod to jail in default of $1,000 ball, to
await a hearing at tho next term of tho
circuit court, on the chargo of shooting
with intont to commit murder.
Mrs. Anna Land, Eighth ttreot be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
nues, has lust received a largo and varied
stock of fall goods, and desires to call par
ticular attontion to her handsome assort
ment of ladies' and children's underwear
something now in this markot. Her
woolon drawers and loggins combined aro
also somotbing now and tho most comtort
ablo thing for children in cold weathor
evor devised. Mrs. Lang also has a wel
selected assortment of hats, bonnets, rib
bons, flowers, and notions of all sorts, all
of which will be sold as cheap as can be
found elsowhero in this market.
10-9-lm
Mr. Black, of the City Shoo Store,
has returned to tho city, having purchased
a very largo stock of fall and winter
boots and shoos, which he Is now daily receiving.
Mr. Black his selected his goods with
his usual caro and tasto, and guarantees
his frionds and patrons who may call upon
him, a first-class article Mr. B. hav-
ng met with such good success in intro
ducing ladies', missos' and children's cus
tom made shoes of Brolaski make, has
mado arrangement with tbe abovo gen
tlemen lor a lino of their gentlemen's
and youths' hand mado boots and shoes,
which he ivites tbe attention of the
gontlemen of Cairo. 10-19-tf.
Nobody denies that if you would havo
oysters by the plate, stewed, fried, roasted
raw or on tho half-shell, by the dozen,
can or barrel, there is only ono place in the
iiy whoro you can get thefrcsbost, juiciest
and best. That place by common consent
is tho Thalia Oyster saloon, at tbe corner
of Twelfth street and Wasington avenuo,
and, while there, if you should chance to
call for a glass of St. Louis lagor; a glass
of wine, native or foreign, or something
of a stronger kind, your own good taste
will testify that Jaeckel keeps tbe best.
Then go to tho Thalia, call for what you
want to oat or drink, and if you are not
more than satisfied, overybody will say
that you must charge your dissatisfaction
to your own depraved taste. tf.
Mr. Frank Haofela has opened a meat
market on Washington avenuo next door
to Tanner's grocery store, between Tenth
and Elevonth streets, to which bo invites
the attontion of tho public. Tho host of
meats of all kinds kept constantly on hand
and delivered to any part of tho city.
Markot opon morning and ovoning every
day. 10-1-tf.
Capt. Roy's new Belle of Shreveport,
which came to our wharf last evening, is a
porfeot beauty. Ilor cabin contains six
teen large double, and ten single rooms,
nd every thing about hor saloon and ot-
fico was mado with an eye to eleganco and
comfort. She has a capacity of 1,200 tons.
roomy guards for stock, and draws,
whon light, thirty inches aft and twenty-
four inches forward. Her hull is 200 foot
lone, with a beam of fortv-throe foot, and
her hold soven foot deep. Her oncines
are twenty inches In diameter, with six
feet itroko, Sho has four boilers thirtv.
eight Inches In diameter, and twenty-four
rootlong. In constructing tho boilers tho
holes wero drilled, and they are double
riveted, iter wlieol is twenty-ono feet In
diameter, with buckets thirty feet long.
Large stock of black silks at C.
Hanny's.
Kve.vi.no beforo last while tho dray
man, Dugin, was pumping water for his
mulo, in front of Bross' building, another
drayman, Win. Garrin, pushed his buckot
out of the way, and took bold of tho pump
uandlp. Dugin then stepped to tho back
part of Garrin's dray, and Kot a narrow.
heavy board about llvo feet long, and stop
ping up ocmnd Uarrin, while bo was
Hooped over, struck him on the back of
tho head, holding the board in both hands
and using tha dece of it. Garrin fall nr.
his face, when Dugln attempted to strlko
him aguin, but was prevented by persons
who Interfered. Mr. Toms ran out of his
store, and turning Garrin over, attompted
to rcsucsltato him by pouring water In his
face, but it was full five minutes before
a sign of lifo could be discerned. Tho
board made no cut, but stunned him so
that bo had not recovorod his sonsei yes
terday morning.
A domestic tragedy. Lato Sunday
evening, Mr. Phillip Baugh, shoemaker,
having been under the influence of liquor
for several. days, indulged In a slight alter
cation with his wife, and finally pushed
ber into the street, throw a stick of itovo
wood at air, and then set dowu on the
Call and seo tho largo stock ot dry
goods at C. nanny's.
MARKET REPORT.
Saturday Evknino, Oct. l, 1872.
Tho genoral market is rather moro
quiet and somo commodities aro very dull
This is occasioned in part by tho advanca
in ratos of frolght to Now Orlcnns. Tho
order trado has been moderately good
during the week, and merchants havo
littlo to complain of.
Flour holds firm, but tho market is very
quiet and very littto movemont except in
ordor lots. Meal is unchanged. Hay nnd
Oats are dull.
The river is still falling nnd freights
aro advancing. Tho weather is warm nnd
pleasant, but dry, and tho streets aro
execssivoly dusty.
Correspondents should bear in
mind that our quotations represent prices
for round lots from first hands, unless
otborwlso stated, and that in filling small
orders higher prices must bo piild.a
FLOUR. Prices firm, but tho market
continues vory quiet. Very littlo demand
outside of the jobbing trade. Sales in tbo
general market comprise 1,100 bbls as fol
lows : 200 various grades $5 75 to 9 75;
360 do $5 75 to 9 25; 500 do $5 25 to 9 60;
100 bbls low XXX SO 76. Sales by City
Mills to-day woro GO bbls Whito Wheat
Family $9; 125 bbls XXXX Family
$8 60; 200 bbls XXX Family S7 ; 60 bbls
XX $6.
HAY. Is arriving freely and choico
is more plenty. Tho demand is moderatoly
active Common Hay Is unsaleable hero
and arrivals aro forwarded to other mar
kets. We noto sales of 1 car "Gilt Edgo"
Timothy,on orders, at $21 ; 4 cars choico
Timothy del at $19; 1 car Mixed del at
$10.
CORN. The market shows a moro
heallby condition. Whito is firm at
quotations. Mixed dull. Sales comprise
8 cars; 2 of mixed in burlaps del 47c; 1
car mixed in sacks del 48c ; 1 car whito
mixed in sacks del 61c; 2 cars whito
sacked and delivered 52c ; 1 car do 53c ;
and 1 car white in bulk on track at 43c.
OATS. Market easier and prices are
lower. Buyers aro offering 29c and Sellers
ask 30c to-day. Sales comprise 19
cars. 1 car choico white sacked and del
34c; 1 car black, do 34c; 6 cars and 1 car
mixed, sacked and del, 30c ; 1 car white on
orders 33c; 8 cars mixed in bulk on track
24c ; 2 cars do 2324c.
CORN MEAL. Tho old stock is dull
and hard to work off; sales are confined
to tho fresh receipts. Dealers are feeling
hopeful of a change for the better soon.
The feeling and the demand is
somewhat improved over last few weeks.
Sales comprised 600 bbls 100 kiln dried
del., $2 40; 200 steam dried, del., $2 35
$2 40, and 200 bbls city mills, "Evening
Star," steam dried, $2 50 $2 CO.
BRAN. 150 sacks sold at $17, dol.,
and 1 car sacked and del. $18 per
ton.
BUTTER. Choico Butter is moro
plenty and holds firm at quotations. No
salo for common. The season fur Roll
Butter Is already commencing and it will
soon tako prece'denco to solid packed. 25
pkgs choice packed sold at 25n ; 10 pkgs
good do, 202 ic; 6 boxes roll, 20to25c;
20 pails choico fresh, 25c; 6 pkgs "Gilt
Edge," 30c ; 10 pkgs choice, 26c ; 5 pkgs
ordinary, 18c V- lb.
EGGS. Scaro and in activo demand:
10 boxes sold at 22 cts, 1,000 dozen, well
packed at 23 cts per doz.
CHICKENS. Plenty and very dull:
2 coops young sold at $2 60 ; 2 coops mix
ed, old and young, $2 60 and 40 doz. do
$2 60 to $3 50.
APPLES. 50 bbls choice sold S2 60 :
100 bbls, good to choico, $2 25 to $2 75;
20 bbls choico, on orders, $3 and S3 25 .
50 bbls according to quality $2 to 3.
PROVISIONS. Firm, 8,000 lbs clear
sides bacon, sold at 11$.
POTATOES. Market woll supplied
and vory dull : 1 cor strictly choice, Peach
mows, sold fa) 00 cts, del. in bulk; 3 cars
mixed do 60 and 65 cts por bushel.
JODUINO PRICES.
PLASTERING HAIR. 35c i bushel.
LIME. In lots at $1 25 to 1 60 't bbl.
CEMENT. At wholesale $2 00
2 26 13 bbl.
W lib AT. Thopricos to-duy, reported
I.r
afrV w "I0' 1 White,
$1 65; No. 2 White, $1 60; No. 1 Red
46; No. 2 Rod, $1 40; Mediterranean;
si 26, Damn or toui?h wheat
bio.
Damp or tougli
unsttlett
85. ; Whiskey, COc. ; Lumtor, M M. V 00;
"Sf'frelKhtW cwL.lBc.
TO NEW OltLEANS.-Klour;bbl,50c.;
Potatoes, 50c. ; Apples 60c. ', Pork, 76c.!
Whiskey, 81 00 ; liny ton, 91 00 : Corn
cwt., ftc. ; Oats, 25c. ; Tobacco V hhd.
Co 00 ; Cotton p bale, 1 50 ; Lumber y
wu w. ncavy ireigm, cwt. sue.
Fine assortment of ladles' fans at C.
Hanny's.
$3.00 PER DAY
saved by going to John Tancr's
to purchaso saddles and har
ness, at his saddle store on
Washington avenue. All
kinds of repairing done on
saddles and harness, and car
rirgo painting and trimming
on short notice, in good style
by good mechanics. Call and
examine my stock, and prices
at No.l in Cairo.
o.atdim John Taner.
Fine assortment of labia damask, at C.
Hanny's.
ATTENTibiV!
Mr. R. .Tones on Commer
cial avenuo, second door west
of lenth street, is manutactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in the market
and is prepared to till all
orders on the shortest notice.
Ho guarantees both the work
and material ; his patterns are
of tho latest stvlcs, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in the city. Confident
ot the excellence ot his work,
ho invites the patronage of
t"o public. ,MM 3m.
HYou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for One Dol
lar; Soven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Rest
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
5-2-f.
Home Advertisements.
STOP AND READ!
oAuiva itcsowca Gunnies 18i191
vorn uuriaps, 2 Hus. En, 18 cts. Im
proved Gunnies, 2 Bmhel, 21 cts. OnU
ounaps, o uusnol 23 cts. Cotton team
less bnus, 35 to 38 cts each.
I'HUVISIWNS.-Sugar Curod Hams
canvassed, lb. 17 to 18c. Shoulders
Bacon 8jo; Cloar Sldos'Bacon, 1212Jc:
BreakfHst Bacon, 1416c.
LAUD HeflneU, in tierces "B lb, 10Jllc:
In L-.m.u T-l tt, 111-.. 1,1 ill..,
l'EAS Imperial, 75,1 25; Giinpow
der, 751 25; Oolong U.uck, 75Cil 00;
oun Hyson, 1 00Q,1 40. '
i-p.1-, faK, low York Factory, new, -j! n
7ffll71
SYHUl'f
New OrleaiiH,
1
5.'
Choice
gallon, C5cGl$l 00,
SKKDK. MIIIm
I'i r t -it Vs s . i'""vii v . mi im UUIJ
!! 50(0,1 ,5. lied Top 31 75 to 2 00. Clover
ooten.1?
BEESWAX, s!b 30c.
f, 0A,'- Schaetfer's (ieruiuu motilpd.
7Jta;7?:71c'
?H2-r..?er,a ?zt
compressed, to New YouK,ei U to Boa
TON, II.
FHEIOH TO MEMPHIS Vl... on..
Hav, W 60 : Corn W cwt., 15c. ; OaU, 15c!
PofatOM, l bbl., 2&C. i AppleiMc. ; Pork,
NEW ADERTISEMENTS.
DOES IT PAY TO INSURE ?
THE HARTFORD FIRE INS. CO,
Has demonstrated thii miction to upward
of 17,000 of it patron, in the recognition
ami payment of claims to the extent of oer
1 5, O O O, O O O.
Furnished a practical solution of it to 010
suircrcri by the
GREAT CHICAGO FIRE
AVho realized speedy relief to the nmoujit
of nearly
$1,800,000.
llc-alllrmed to catUfaction of Hundreds of
Mercantile llou-es. aed from bankruptcy
through prompt Indemnity under
HARTFORD POLICIES.
WISDOM OF IT ILLUSTRATED
In thousands of Homes lc-hahllltatod and
re-furnished by timely provision of
II A R T F 0 III) IX 1) E M N I T Y
FOLLY OF NEC. LECTING IT
Secnln poverty and fciill'crlng of multitudes
overtaken by calamity.
chakti:uei) in imo.
CASH CAPITAL, 81,000,000
During sixty veart of eventful experience,
has shown ability to meet everv conceivable
dlsatur.
ASSETS Sept. 1, 1872.
Cash on hand and cash ltenw. . $102,123 50
I'rein. in course of traiMulslon., 125,uo) 00
Loans on bond and mortgage,
(lit lien) M9.127 1H
Heal hstate 4b,175 W
jiumn .inn MUIU1.1 Ul lliaiKCt
value 901,901
$2,150,095 OS
LiAwi.mi:s.
Los-es lu processor adjustment.. $185,081 81
,. .1,,u,:!m'w' derived from national sources.
Stability umillected by local dlsitcrn.
AVEltAGE CASH INCOME, 87,000 perday.
All business transactions conducted on
basis of prudence, salety and coiiunercla
honor.
INCJClltE FOlt HARTFORD POLICIES
Of agents In nil towns and cities.
AFFORD, MORRIS .t CANDEE,
10-20-3t AKcnt"' ,or Culro uml vicinity.
FRED ROSF:
MBBGHA17T T-A-XXjO-R
No. 104 Commercial Avenue,
Both French and Scotch cabsimkuks
nil I'filn.. . ... .
MBA BUB Will lUlU.WfUI.UI l
constantly ou baud, and Hllsoodswurraiituu
DYEINU
In all iu bramuti alto aarril w
lv-l-flSd
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY I
A placo where you can buy us much for
OUST 32 DOLLAB
as you can elsewhere for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
The undoriigncd would rcepcclfully In
form tho public that they havo fitted their
now storo house on Eighth street with tho
finest and best assorted stock of
genoral morchandlso ovor boforo brought
to this market, and In ordor
to sccuro a largo portion of tho patronago
of tho public,
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
FIGURES THAN
ANY OTHER ESTAB
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock is entirely now, and
bought expressly for tho coming fall and
winter trade of this locality, and consists
of Ladies, Gonts and Children's
DRY 0-003DS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
cxiOTixir&ra-,
HATS fie CAJPS.
And nil otlior articles to bo found in a
first class dry goods and clothing establish
mont.
Wo call especial attention to our largo
assortment of dress goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department is complete In
all its details. Our stock of
FLANK ELS,
BLANKETS,
CASSAMERES,
JEANS, ETC.
is tho largest in tho city, and wo aro en
abled to offer special inducements to pur
chasers. In Gentlemcns' Clothing, Boots and
Shoes, Huts, Cups, and furnishing goods
wo aro fully preparod to meet all de
mands at prices defying competition. As
it is to tho interest of every ono to buy
whero goods aro cheapest and best
w6 cordially invito tbo public
to call and cxamino our stock beforo pur
chasing elsewhere.
Our establishment is located on tho cast
side of Eighth street, botween Washington
and Commercial avonues.
Blum & Amson.
Our Home Advertisers.
IllLLIAKISN.
ST. NICHOLAS
BILLLIARD HALL
HARRY WALKER & CO., Frop'rs.
This house is newly fitted up with two
excellent
BILLIARD TABLES
And two lino
JENNY LIND TABLES
Suitable lor all kinds of
PLAYERS.
The saloon Is Mocked with the Best
Brands of
WINES,
LIQUORS,
and CIGARS
are compounded in tho most approved stylo
ESTCoino and see (or yourself. They keep
on baud a Hue Hock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOL
LAND HERRING.
REFRESHMENT TABLES
aro spread mornlnir and evening at 10
o'clock, at which all aro .invited to partlc
pate Itoo ol chargo.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
r. 1)1 BF.XFOltn Proprietor
Con. Onto Levee & Second St.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
ft3TBaggag conveyed to end from De
pot tm. dtsXttf.
INMVRANCE.
FIRE AND M ARINE
S TT -A. O B
I'OMIMNIK.
NIAGARA, M. T.,
!.
OKRMAN1A, N. V.,
1,1
HANOVER, N. Y.,
1
REI'UIILIC, N. Y.,
I
Comprising the Underwriter!' Aaenoy.
Asasts..
Assets .
Asafltt..
ALBANY CITY,
JUKEMEN'a FUND, B. F.,
.878 VA Al
.4&3,t3 23
.078.800 04
BECUBITY, N. Y.MAH1NE,
itsel. 1.U2.8U
UtotPK, Dwelling', Furniture, Hulls nd Cur
got-a, innurol nt ruien fti'rfjlo touml, per
minent iciirltT will wrrnU
I rmpt-otrullr iul of tliu cltlten ol Cairo,
,h...orth..rpat,.na... ji, UfJOHKit.
TEUTON I A L I F K INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
ASSETS, $600,000.
JOHN A. HUOK. - - - Prosldont,
U. KNOBELSDORFF, - - - Secretary
Uhah. Rkitz, Henky Weiieb,
A. C. Kehino. A. Mifcii,
Ciias. Wkntiie, Ciiah. Vkroiia,
Fkancih Lackner, Chas. Dakolino,
U. Uiascii, Wm. Reinhardt,
John Feldkami-.
Tho organised and ecurft company in
IIib norlhwont. The only cotnpior which guar
anlpoa a cash iurrrnderTtu.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
2W1t rorl'nlruHUd vicinity
Vt. It. Morrli, H. II. Candtt
Notary Public. No. I'ub. and It. b. !om
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
- ACCIDENT, LIFE,
INSTJRA1TCE.
Our Home Advertisers.
REGULAR CAIRO. PADUCAH &JiVAAfcf
riuuc. or..Mj-WKKKI,Y U. S.
MAIL PACKET
The Fast and Elegant I'asttnier Bleamer
Jack Grammkr, Master.
Ed. Thomas, clerk.
IBt.envna fnlrn fnr Puliinat. l
vlljo, every Thursday and Sunday evenlnir.
niuuciycK, connecting at Kvansvlllo will
the Louisville and Cincinnati packets. Foe
Jamkh Bkjoh Pawenircr Ab'.
REGULAR CAIRO. PADUCAH & EVANS
VILLE SEMLW'eEKLY PACKET.
Tho line Passenger Packet
ARKANSAS BELLE.
BEN. HOWARD A)a,ter
Neoi.ky Rum . .. ........ ... .Cleric
Wri.eaves Cairo for Paducah and Evans
v Flo eury 'I ticsday and Friday cvenliuf al 0
o'clock, hor freight or pasture apply on
hoard or to on,
Jamkh Biihih, Pamcngcr An'i.
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANSV1I.I.E
HEM 1-WEEK I. Y MaIL LINE PACKET.
The line low preeurc Passenger Packet
OTICKSTEP.
W. B. PENNINGTON Mm
GTLeave Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday vvniliu; ntO o'clock, for Padu ah
and Evauiaillf. For freight or parage up
ply on hoard or to
JAmes BKiasPaocnscr Ay'l.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
MAIL IIOAT.
The iiplendld ateamer
4
CT.A.S. FISK,
Dick Fowler, Captain
l.eavei Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), ut
I p.m. For freight or pai-aco apply un lioan.
or to Ja. Mam.ohv, Ak'I.
Jan ;itr '
CAIHt. AND MOUND CITY
ST V.AM TVU.
JITNA, IIARTKOltl),
Aneta fi,Ui,'M V7
NOItTH AMERICA, PA.,
Assets - - .2,7U,0"O to
HAKTFOKD, CONN.,
ASeU. I2.M 4,210 72
PIHENIX, IIAKTKORI),
AfieU - fl,7B1,ll f
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
ArseU - ll,li3,8JS 17
PUTNAM, HAKTKORt),
Asiet S708,JT
CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND.
AisoU - S-MJ.C73 88
IIOME.COLUMUUS,
Asset $1M,2T8 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Asset I&00.WO C
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIFE,
Assets I.t,0u0,0fi CO
TRAVELERS', HAKTFOKD, LIKE AND
ACCIDENT,
Aasetn ....I :,5W OW 00
RAILWAY PASSENGERS A-8URANCE
CO., HARTFORD,
Viel $600,000 00
INDEPENDENT, 1I08TON,
Aet h C9),82 00
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio Lcvr,
City National Hank, CAIItO. ILL.
CACHE
Will make thre trip daily.
LEAVING CAIRO
At 7 . a.m.
At II . n.m
At 4 HO ,p.h)
LKAV'O MOUND CITY
At SiTO u.m.
At IS u.m.
At 0 p.m.
Knre enrh War. .'hi ri'tiU! 10 IliLi.t. Inr
H It). Will land, wlien hailed, at any nood
intermediate landing for pa.'i-cnxcrt ot
freljjIitK. novttl.
ItllAI, KMTATK ACJK.XJl.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
aao
AUCTIONEERS,
74 (bico.sd floor) oiiio lkvkk,
cairo, ii.lh,,
Buy and Sxll Real Ehtatk,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIELE
And p'ppur" fVinTtyniwr of Ktivtr!
n it i cm.
1TBW
ID :RtTGr Store.
BARCLAY BROTHERS,
WIN KM AN l I.1UODIIM.
J. C.SMITH,
wiiOLrmtr ami Rr.nn. riimi is
j WINKS AKD LIQUORS- j
i i
And proprietor of no'" and rpcndld
billi.a.:r,:d hall
0,7r OHIO I.KVKK,
CAIRO, - - . ILLINOIS,
Kcepi coii'-tniitly on hand tho choicest of
Iiicb and Lliuiorn, which ho will hell at the
very lowest Ujcures. Call unit examine.
7-Jdly
Our new
RETAIL AND PRESCRIPTION
DTTQ- STORE.
IN
BTJDEB'9 S LOCK
for. WniiEslBKtOB A v. nnd KlKbtli Ut, ,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO LKVKK
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Also, keep constantly on hand a moat com
plate stock ol
B0OT0H AND IKIBU WHI8KIX8
-0 I N b,-
Fort, Madoria, Shorry and Catawba "VVinos
RUMYTH A CO. selTeiolualyely for cash, to
, which fact they invite the especial atten
tion ef close bargain buyers.
F. M. STOOKFLETII,
DOCUSOI To f 01ILE a STOCIfLITH
Reotllr stnU Wholesale Dealer In
roreltm assd Uoraeatlo
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 62 Ohio Levk,
OtIBO, ILLINOIS
EkttniAB hand eonatanllv a full Stofk C
Olil Hantunk lloiirknn. Ila and llononiia
a Whiskies. French Brandies. llollauU Sin
ftkiaeaad Caillensla Wtnta lu0
laTa
Is now
FITLLY OPENED.
"Where we will keep
A GO ai P L E T K STOCK
-OF-
FAMILY MEDICINES,
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
FINE 1'EItFUMEItY,
11KUSIIE3,
COMBS
SICK-HOOM AND NUIISF.IIT AI'PLIANCE3,
ICE COLD:
Our Pure SPARKLING SODA WATEU
GENUINE "FRUIT SYRUPS
Can not he excelled. We also draw tho
GENUINE SARATOGA
and
BLUE filOK WATERS
Also, a choico lot of Cigars, ol extra qual
ity, sold at reasonable prices. Our
PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT
Will receive especial attention and cW,
being at all hours In charge of compctei.t
and careful parties. Prescriptions caretuliy
ivwjvuiiuuu ai iu uuuir-u. vt uiUl.
NONE BUT TBE PUREST AND BKS!'
UUDIUUiE DIMM

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