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THE CA1K0 DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1874.
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SAL WKATHEK REPORT.
MaTCll ', WM P'r I
nomtier, ou ugTe.
S. W. Velocity ft fflllei pr hour.
. . I ... 1..4 Ol l M i r a
aumUnytratur for tbo last 24 hour,
iltlng wind for iMt 04 hour, B.
auaber f nulte traveled by wind
hut H4 hour, 2V).
Obeerytr 8ifnl Harriot, If. 8. A.
n'd IICVTDll. 11A It.ltflATV
2:30 an.. ,,',Jr'
iit .....8:00 p.te.,,.
at -oo .m.,...-on....-
. t ll:r: a.m.... ..
tt 40 p.m.,. . . "
ARRIVE AT CAIRO.
2:ir( a, in Dai,."
s at 2.05 p.w , except Suuday
t !':K a. in except .MoSday
at 7:10 (i in,, ....except SumUt
.at 10:03 ii.ni
M7-U. .IAMKH JOHNSON, Agent.
lUAIRO AND VINOKNNKS
4-iiAXUr. or rmi:
iJ titer Nimlar, February
(111 niu at fallow:
ease. ., , ,.
r, M "
inrg, leave ,.,
City, leave, .
Caiwl. lease.... ilS-i
lien, leave Vl:' r.M
Junction, arrlve.lSi "
Junction, leave 7:ir a.m.
Canutl, leave).... 8:S.'i ' IMM "
lie, leave 0:18 " 10:17 "
arrive... t 10.-00 " U-J "
leave 10:10 " il:I.iA.M.
City, leave I0:U 5:18 -'
mrifli, lean 1 1:4:1 B;1U
, leave 147 r.M. .12:1. "rlMf.
ii.. Ia.cii o.i ri.Kr .
arrive.... 3:0rt " 3:40
40UND OITT ACCOMUOIIATXOV.
CJrtj at 11:30 a.Bi. and 6: 1 ." p.m.
'Mound City at 12:33 p.tn. and 6:10 p.m.
(lit tralni ttop over nlaht at Carml;
im there an mixed train, leaving at
ib.; leaving Vlnrennci at 7 p.m. tlie
venltig for retiini trip.
l.airo wiiu me .hhmmiipiii veiurui,
tap Ohio, for all point mjuI; Cairo,
to and Texan, for all olnti In Arkan
'tnctnnei: IndlauapolUand Vlncennet
y fMlridtaaapoll and all point north,
nd woat ; with Evantvllle and Craw
(lie railway for Evanavllle,Terra Haute,
le, Chicago and all point north, eatt
t; with Ublo and MlMiimlppl rail
ir Bt. Louia, Louisville, Cincinnati and
nta east mad wtt.
Norrta City crowing the Springfield
loot Southeastern railway.
Xi. W. PALMsm, Ua&'l Bup't.
vtiuov, UM'i raitwgar, At.
ttU, AHriAmSAr AND TKX A3
AND CAIRO AHP FUL
anorlMt and only direct routo from
to Jaektoaport, Little Kock, liot
(i, runon, uu ail (juibii in ATkaimai
) Bauthweit, and Galvcaton, Llourton,
i, AUittn and all polnta In Texaa
LVK HOURS IN ADVANCE OF
oughtlckaU, througli bllli of lading,
Information ai to freight rate, pa
r fare, connection!, etc., can he oh
1 at the company' afllce In Winter'a
, corner of Seventh atreet and Com
eki will call at private residences and
for paHngtrt, when ordert are left
gant rullman palac akeplng cara on
ilna run dally , (Sunday excepted) from
:lro Offlce aa (olltwa :
Cll AJlLsBTON ACCOMMODATION.
l'Orenfleld'N....9UI3 a m and 4Xip.m,
.atQreenfield'a..0:17 a ra and3:38p.m.
KXPRK88 RUMS DAILY
if Greentteld' S00:p. m,
ve at QreenHeld'a 1:40 p.m.
D. Axtrlu Chief Knglneer.
bhennum 2 Days Only
'day and Satardij March 27 28.
From London, Enoi.and.
Doa'tfail to witness thp
epreteatlDK Milton's Description of
K3raraBd Family Matinee each afternoon
ortho little folka. CbllUrra lOe; AduU-fiSe
DR. M. HPWABD,
AND SIXTH STREET.
HICHIOENCE Bevanth Mreet, between
Washington A v. and Walnut Street.
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DR. m ULAUW
Hudert Blrck (up Uiu) corntr Stb.Btro
ana vvMmui;iia .veuu.
.tl-tf. OAIRO', ILLINOIS,
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
To HKCL'RK. TIIC INSKRTION Ol' AN AN'
NOUKCKMKKT IN .TllKUOI.tl5l.VTHi: PU1JI.I'
cation rr.v. Mt'ST" nr. vaw wiii:.v tiir
ANNOUNORMRNT IM HANHKII IN. 'I'M I SKI) I. K
WILL nK HTIUCTLV AMIRRRI) TO. CITY
OVMCR8 ff J WARI OKFICEHM, f J.
' KOIt CITY CI.KUK. '
We urn ntithorlr.ed to announcn Michael
J, lluwlvy hk rt enndldiite, for re-eleetlon In
tin; offlce of Clly Clerk, nt the npprnachllijf
KlIITOIl Hulletin : You will please Ml
lioimce that I am a eandldatn for the office
Of city cleric at IIm: eniiilnif charter election.
aj 3-12-til V. K. HaWKI.sh.
KOIt CITY TltliASL'HEIi;
Jilt. Kdiiou: lly re(iiet of a tnimltcr of
cltlr.cliH plojuic annonnec my name as a can.
dilate for the ollli e or City Trea-iu er lit tin
eiHliliiK tluirter uleet Ion.
rnnCIiv atioknby. ?
UV nr,. aiilhnileil !j aimotllieC thnt II
Wat-oil Wehli U a iMtidldate
)o the ollki! of city allorney :
Iluilfi() On the uvco Wat dull )i-ttor.
Wanted A cooW. Ajijily at 'iiiu
liULLETIN OlHcO. tf
. Judgo IllrJ'i pulico court vtai not
ruihed with buslnon yettnrday. Two or
thrca eaten of "plain drunk" conttltutod
tha day work.
Frco luncli-l)olinoiilco talunn, Ohio
lovee A free lunch will Im tprortd at tho
ahovo Buloon .every Saturday agUt id
i7C-3.27.2t A. T. Si J. T. ZtNOE.
Juit rueelved and for -ale cboap.
100 boxen orancui;
100 boxei lomoni;
25 barreli iwoot potatoei;
10 barrel new turnip.
J72-3-H6.4t JUTJiuaiiSc Uul.
Tho funeral of N. W. A. J. V. K.
Sclimajlenber-j took place yciterriay
rnorniog at in o'clock, and wu nttcndod
by a very largo numbor or tho friend
and acquaintance) of tbo dcc'usJ
In another place In ttili morning
Dullktin will be found a notice for a
meeting of the Liberal Kelitjioui Afeoclu
tion of Cairo, to bo hold to-morrow (Sun
day evening, March 30th, in the room
over Col. Henry' hardware itoru.
The Cobdon corraipondent of the
Jonciboro 'Qazette' nyi 'Fruit I afe
yet. The cold night of tbl week will
not have the dimtroaa tired that wat
feared. A v,eek rnoro of II no weather
nd Ootdan will be jubilant.".
Mr. Joieph McKIur.lo, Judg ilowley
nd Peter Netf hwo bson "catlul" to be
come candidatot for Aldermen at tbo en
utng charter election. Either of thu
gantlenion aro v,ull misllHed and would
doubtlet eerve tho people hccoptably if
Free lunch Dolmonlco lalocn, Ohio
levee. A frooMuncn wilt be tpread at tbo
bovo alnon every Saturday night at nine
clock. A. T. & J. T. Zano.nk.
l'romincnt umong tho arrival at the
St. Charles hotel yesterday wure: John U
Clement, Cincinnati; J B lUlt and lady,
A Lilinthal and A Urltton, Now York-; U
H Thompwn, Chicago; "V 11 Curtiu, Uur.
falo; E A Mono, Ht. Louis, W A Lionoy,
Farnbaker, the clothier, ii convinced
that advertising in Tub IIui.lktin pnya.
Ho lay that people who road Tin Bul
letin not only come to hi heuio to buy
their clothing, but that they luavo their
pocket book with him riol. u not iclf
lib, and return tho pocket book.
The remain of the young man who
died to tuddonly in a car at the depot
on Thuridty atternoon win not, n stated
in Tub Dullktin oi ycitorday morning,
cntto hi homo by expret. Though
put in a neat coflln they woro (till in one
of the lilting room of the Illinois Con
tral depot last evoning. It wm laid they
would bo forwarded to Champaign by
oxpres this morning.
The first intit&llmenl of Mr. Cbti
Ilanny' stock oi spring and summer
good arrived list night, and it now ready
for Inspection. Tho stock consists of fino
dret goods, fancy goods, etc., ina largo
tock of fino carpet. Frost and Davi
the clerk in the itoro, are in their clo-
mont, and will take pleasure In exhibiting
tbo now and nobby stylo in goods. Call
nd examine thuir stock, even if you do
notpurchaio anything, 381 3-282t
Mr. Morgan, the well-known and
popular conductor on tho Illinol Central,
ha patonted a now coupon railroad ticket,
which I taid to bo u very Ingenious con
trivance, but that It will come into gen
eral use i not doomed probable It is
aid ulso that Mr. Morgan ha decllnod
tho prcitdoncy of tho "Qrnngor's Dank,'
believing that to bo conductor on first-
class railroad la a surer thine than the
preiidoncy of o uncertain an inttitu
"Wm. Khlora wishes to inform the pub
lio that he ha Just receivod largo stock
of importod French ralf and Morocco
Leather from Adolpu Nickel, ol Uincln
na,tl, direct Importer, and ho can there
fore warrant all hi work to be of not only
tbo best manufacture, but of tho very
belt material, Any one who de.siroi fine
Boots, Shoe or Gaiter will find It to
tholr interest to call on Mr, Khlor at hi
hop, 20th itreet, and examine hi utock
nd styles before erderiug elsowhoro.
There was a tair attendance at the
Atheneum Uit'night to,aq0;tha great
"Mlltonlan Tableaux of Faradies J.oit
representing Milton' description of
"Heaven, bell, chaoi, pandemouium and
the Garden of Eden," Tbo entertain
ment Is full of intoriit, and well worth
toeing, la order that the children
of tb different tchoolt may havi an op
portunity of teeing tho panorama, the
management will glvo a matlnoo tbl af
ternoon, com-BiwclriM tfcree-fo'clotk.,
vunuren iu cenu. tho list exhibition
will be given this ovonlng, commencing at
Free lunch Dalmonico aloon, Ohio
leveo.t A froo lunch will bo (prond at tho
abovo laloon overy Saturday night at nine
o'clock. A. T. At J. T. Zanonk,
Mr. J. Burgor.has roturncl from the
Kat, where ho has boon purchasing an
Itnmente stock of dry goods for tho rprlng
and uramor trado. Mr. Burger ha been
in tho dry good business In Cairo for tbo
last ton yoars, and during' that time ha
made himself thoroughly acquainted with
tbo requirement of tho people, as'wolfas
tho mysteries of lit business, the
most Important point of whluh Is buying
wbon tho market shows the most advan
tageous bargaln!, u order to sell very
closely, thu giving his customor every
alvanlngu ol hi cloio study and knowl
edge of the dry good business.
Largn Invoices of his new good ar
already nrrivlng tl'll lurger ones aro on
ttie road ; utid hu.ezleiids n general Invl
ntitin to all his friend to call and etnm
int his W'i 'IU l104 tt It'oat deal of
plenruro'lo Su. wir '0,!'' bother sales
aro made or net.
.1,1 . . t.
-Tho .Makurido CCrrepo..:'""fc luu
oritsboro '(..ixette writing undoruu.
Msrih 2iilh, ii,yi: ''Tho proipcct for an
aluhdut,t fruit irjp wul novur bettor
than now, although tho thermometer
miirked 1011 below freezing on Tuesday
morning taut, l'onlbly nuny buds aru
cli 11 led that do not show thu elite t tboroof
nd will prematuruly fall oil', l'vatbesnro
muit ready to bloom, and tho verdure
of tho thrtli begiris to vio with tbo vor-
anoy of some of our youth, Last year
as an exceedingly htrd ono on straw-
"frits. But fuw good bod were
left in this vicinity, although moro acre
wero Hut than ever before tf. C. Kimler.
on Dr. Agnew't farm, has thrno acres of
trawberrlc that uro about tbo nicest that
have seen covering so much ground."
Speaking of tho wheat and other crops,
the i am a correspondent aay : "Tho pros
pott for wheat Is bettor than ever leforo;
fact 1 have ncvor teon wheat look so
well in tbo spring-tune a now. Farmer
aro busy uwing oats and planting pota
toes, a it is growing lato; but tho Inces
sant rain prevented plowing soonor, and
even now the ground is vory soft."
The Llborat' Uellgiou Association of
Cairo will meet' at tho Cairo Casino hall
over Honry'i liardwaro store) on Com
mercial avenue, on Sunday evoning, the
29th Inst, at li o'doaTT iJByJordor,; ;
275-3-27.2- i CoiiMiTTix.t;-
FLAT BOAT FOR SALE.
For tale a now flat boat, 00 lost lung
and IS fact wide. She. can bo ion at tho
bank near Halllday warehouie, whore
iho is lying. For particular apply on
tho boat. 273-3-25-St 4
Ten pounds of brown lugar for $1; H
pound best corJeo sugar at 31; "I pound
of choico butter at 51; baking powder 45c
por lb, Imperial tea ,atil;, potato ,30
cents per peck;"3 lb coffee $l,at "Wilcox'
Block. 107 2-Mm
Second-hand clothing, watches, jewelry,
pistol, dec, bought and sold. Also n lot
Brussols' carpet, furniture, its., for aalo.
Upposlto Cairo and Vinconncs railroad
depot. IBS 2-27-tf M. Coyne
All kinds of apple and pear trees ot
tho finest varieties," all grafteJj four year
old and' will bear fruit next year, aro for
sale at tbo court bouso saloon. They will
bo delivered to order. Call early and
make your selections. Lummer& Bakkk
FOB S ALB.
Two Batteries of two Boilers, each 24
feet long, 2 inch Dram, 2 14 Inch Flue
with Are fronts. Mud and Steam drum
Safety and Mud valve, Chimney and
Britchin, all complete and in llrst-class
ordor; boon usod only three month. Fo;
price, etc., Inquire ol J. T. Bennik,
D-23.tr. Vulcan iron Work,
ONE HUNDRED DOLL ABB.
Wo havo a Parlcor Brothers Brccob
Loading Gun, gun and outfit valued at
ono hundred dollar, which wo offer for
ale for eighty dollar. Tho above 1 ono
of their host decarbonized gun with front
action rebounding locks, and fully war
ranted. Enquire for ono weok at The
Bulletin Office. tt
Frank Krntky doiire that the public
should know that hoi proparod todolivor
bread of good quality and quantity, for
littlo money, In any part of tho city.
Givo him your ordor, and then look out
by which ho will deliver to you tho italf
of Hfo. aTi-j-to-im
All persona indebtod to fc'umuel M. Orr
aro requeued to mako tpeedy payment to
tho undorslcned, and thu f nvo exponic
as the collection of hi assets must be
prompt and will admit of no Colay. In
default of payment at once, suit will be
inttltutod. JonN Q. Haruan,
Asslgneo of Bamuol M. Orr, Bankrupt.
Cairo, Iiiu., March 20, 1871.
Tiik barber chop is uu .bo cornor ot
Eighth street and Commercial avonue
whero J. George Stionbouio with bl gen
tlotnanly assistants can bo found at any
hour of tbe day or night, roadv to soothe
your feeling with a smooth sliavn, or cool
your temper and bead with a good ah am
poo. It it a Grit-class shop, and you are
aura of rocoiring flrit-clan treatment.
Ladles' and children' hair cut or curled
after tho mot approved atyloa. 8-lfS-tf
Fob Salr $2,000 In city acrlp. For
eale in quantltlea to suit the purchaser
Apply to H. T. Gerobld.
iwrartiirc for trie n nmirn
U. In. lait ovcnlrta :
City Quincy, Louie
John Gllmoro, I'ittsfmrg
11 Fat Roger, Cincinnati
" I'aullno Carroll, Now Orloins
I' V f BtoGennvlove, 'St. Louis
11 idlowild, Evani villo
" Kilgour, ClnulnuAtl
" Glasgow, St. 1V)UI
Steamer F. F. Oracoy, Columbu
,1 j . . --'-''.'.'
v.famos Fnk, ivducalijj w
QqUioyNow OrleTn'! J 9
iIiODn Glltrtorn, litublirg',
" Chat Brown, St Louis
' Fat Rosen, Mompbiii
" Fuullna Ca rroll, St. Louh
" Sto. Gonoviovc, Vlcksbiirg
" Mluwlld, Uvimsvillo
" Glngow, IlickuiHii
There wm n llttla more ii':tirily on tbo
landing jeatorday, t iiuiigli tin, .increnso of
buiinois over tbo c ny prerlo'H did n'H
amount tv in icii, nn 1 v by no monnii
lallifnrlory to rjviir rm-ri, A ropoit that
the .Memphis end fV . Loui i'ueket Com
pny Irid tiittreO tl ro" oT their bonU was
in clrcuUUon. Tin roasin nnignd f.ir
Ujlngjup tbotoUHt- U tht tli lonror
country nU ovorlloifi-d, it linpu'ilblf
to reach rnuro tho i noo it on thirl rf the
, -ding nnd oo'iiO'iU'irilly bu-in,... bvl
Kvunviiii picked coiiio
I... -ri... , ,.. i..
Tho Clro :
andgowltb light v.. r "nm , ""
tweon tbi post and I'L'iu 5 J"1 1
enough to keopth .Inn Kill; , ,
rlo Ic tbo Ohio rlvor ymiordy
tweon ton and olevon Incbei. Thn M; '
sitiippi Is roportbd riiln a', St. Loui.
Tho Cumberliihd Is at ttood hoight, but
will probably bu falling to-day. Rod
rlvor and tevaral othor southern strenms
aro out of their banks.
Tho John Gilmoro pasted up tbo O.Yic
yesterday with a tow of brgn.J contain
ing 1,800 ton Iron oro for Fittbur. Sho
took tho wrecking boat Chariiu Hill to
Louisville, whero it will be mod in fay
ing wht thero 1 loft ot tuo Balfa't. .Mr.
Hiram Hill left yoiterd-iy afternoon by
rail for Louisville Tho Idlowild had
a slim trip coming, nnd much slimor one
going ThoFlsk had nmodcrato trip.
Tho Susie Silver nnd Bon and
bargej, for Now Orleans; City ol 'n'l;a
burg for Vicksburg; nnd Fannia Le.vis,
Red river, will loive St. Loult this ovct
ing, and Erriyo Imrj om-iti na tj-mor-row.
Tho St. Loui 'Tirao' of yostbrdy fiys:
Tho Missltslnni Vallnv Tratianurlntlnn
company will cot la all uc ted in tho' loafj
o'iuo iosott,taesurBceai uityjnna
barges. Tho company has new tbo fol
lowing towboati, which nre quite tuf
ficlent to moot all damardt: -Mury Allco,
Futuro City, Atlantic and Beo. In ad
dition to these the company has tho use
of the Kellogg whenever wnutod. Bu
idu tbo bargis lost tbo company bus
ferty good barge loft," which nra cnpnble
of tranaporting moro froight than will bo
likely to bo ottered .'oon. When thu river
falU'the Crescent City will bo dry, nnd it
is thought tbo can bo repaired at n much
less oxpcnio than building a now baat.
Shn was tbe tlneet towboat on tho rivur,
andoost $84,000.,, f
C J rmSX!n. r . -
The lakokst moui: of bird cag, toi
let sets, water cooler?, bath tuba and a
general etock oi tluwnro stores aver of
forod In Cairo may Id found, cheaper than
tho cbcaptit, at C. "W. llondorson's, No.
190 Commercial nvenue. 238 3-1-t-lm.
Attption Faukbi. Wo have a
small lot of tho Urio moveublo point
itoel plows, which we arc now offering ut
cost to olote tbein.out. , ; .
. ' ' - btlttllT. (IllTH Co.
ISC Commeiaial revenue.
Mntl. Rumuold la prepared tn m.KACll
and l'RE.oij hat and bonnet in tbo most
approvod (tylo, and in n manner to glvo
entire satisfaction. Call at her rcsldonco
on Fifteonth street between Walnnt nnd
Notice Ib noreby jlvon that I will pay
no bill for good sold to any of tbo em
ploye of The Cairo Bulletin, oStbor
or themsolvos or lor the use of tbo oiGco
unleeo the tamo are furnished on an order
Ignod by Mr. Burnott.or myself.
12-20-ly .Tons H. Oiikui.y,
For. Rr.NT. Tho brick houso tltuated
cornor Third tlroet and Commercial nve
nuo. Tho houio ha boen put in good re
pair throughout and i,,woll arranged fur
a liotol or boarding houso, alto room to
ronton Third treot? Inqulro of "Wm;
McIIalo, No.T), Winter' block.
Go to 0. W. UKNDKRnoft'B, 100 Com
morcial Avnnuo, for tho celebrated "Char
ter Oak," "May Flower," or other cooking
stoves, tin and hollow ware, writer coolori,
bath tubs, etc., elc. If you- want tho brst
wood ttovos, buy tho "Chartor Oak"; tho
boot coal tovo, buy tbo "May Flower."
Milk "Waqon. I will commence run
nlng a milk wagon on Monday morning
February 23. I will continuo it all cunv
mor, nnd respectfully solicit your patron
ago. Milk will by dollvored to any ono
in tho otty, daily morning and ovening
Ordor may bu given to thn driver of the
wagon or loft at my Ice stand, No 81 Ohio
lovoo. (iroiiux Youum
of, tl n 1 m '' i
IU.I'm 1"S 1 a .
t V . s '
Wa have sometblni; new in tbo way o
half-sheet potior, which wo think tire
juit tho thing for the !prl.i trado, They
consiit of tlx dllTurent doilgns, litbo
gtophod, with mbrtlio and marglna for
printing. Two ot the cut nro tultablo
lor any business ; tho othor four for boot
and bIiooi, photographer, druggitt and
dry good. "We have but one hundred of
each cut, und will furnish thami printed at
Cincinnati prieet. We bare alto tomo
fancy cards. Tho "language, uf (towers,
ton doilcm; "Boquet," twolve deilgns
Oporo," four dealgns ond "Oomlo" card
twonty-four deilgns which wo furnlth
printed at $10 to i$12 per M, Cincinnati
pricot. "Who wantt them? Don't all
iptak at ouue. 103-J-Iv-Ui
Extends a cordial invitation
to all those who wish to savo
llicir money and get "value
received" for what thoy do
spend, to his lai'go stock of
Fiiio Clothing, bought lately
at pricc3 unknown to "country
dealers," Having a resident
partner in New York a
gentleman of long experience
and a most oxleusivo acquain
tance among' Metropolitan
Clothiers, gives us advantages
for liuying "at tho lowest notch.
A "country dealer" (such they
call tlieni in New York), goes
to muvb't with the right idea,
goods lower than last year,
but he h unacquainted with
tho.e whose "shoo pinches"
badlv ; and of course has to
pay "tho same old price."
Th11 ncrG nrc a great many
who ii ouis, Chicago
and cftcin,:. to buyllioir
' -It. Kr 'T A'wi
For. Sai.k or KxeuAveiK A Farm
near Villrv RiJgo good bouin nnd young
orchard. luquiro nt tbl oflicn or nddress
T. II. Farhi.v,
FUBblO SAuR. j
I will roll ray ontiro itock of tho bebt
of Beuf, Fork, Vol, Mutton, Poultry,
Butter, Egijs, Lnrd, Irish Potatoes, Sweet
Potitlou, Apples, Flour, Meftl, Spiced '
Beef, and tiio best of Corned Roof. Tbo I
sale will commence at t o'clock in the I
morning nnd continun until nino at night
eich day for lilno months, .Sundays ex
cepted. I hnvo uljO 130 acre of tbo host
ol cotton land toftoll or exchango for Cairo
property. I also want several good agents
to sell fruit trooi. All of tho nbovo will
bo oiplnlnod by callin); on H. Patterson,
earner of Ninth aud "Walnut ttrouts, as
thoro I tho plrtcj tho sale of thn moat and
Vegetables will bo uirulo. 02 1-ill-lm.
'- Cairo, Ills., Jan. 39, 1874.
HANK KTA T I:M:NTN.
IJU'ORT uf lh conitmon of Die City Narioual
J.tM'iil' t fatro, at Cairo, In the slate of Illinois at
die clo.ccf buinc KetruaryliT,
Leans and dicount
V S. U)nd. to .ecure clrcila.
U. S. bonds on lund
Oilier stockf, Ijonils and inort-
1 19.113 M
1 (41,31 r. Zl
l" yrr jf
Dut from redeeming and re
icn'c ageni .....M
Duo from other national bands
Duo fiom state: lat.Vi and
ftanklni: hbuse '
Oilier real tttate
aiesnald 1.174 HI
Checks and other cash ileins 9M C7
Kills of other national banks 12,Ulft OO
ractlunat currency, (Incluilmjr
nickels) I. ?. 4.117 Li
IjkcIc...;. 3.13.1 is
Legal lender notes .1 XlflW U)
:aDital stock Laid In - 1011,000 00
Surrhis fund sa,linu 00
'rofitand loss 18.UH.1 IS 22,sr.g 74
Circulation ouutandini; UD.OOO OO
Dividends unpaid y "
Individual deposlls 2,?'"'i a.
Uuo to state banks and bankers. '.'1,023 CI
State oClltlnois. county of Alexander, ss.
I, A. II. nAKKOnO, cashier of the City Na
tional Hank ol Cairo, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is true to tne oesi oi my mowicugt
nd belief. . ......
A. It.OArruinJ! s aimer,
Huliscrllieil and sv.-orn to before me this 2ih day of
Match. lbH. n..u:.
II. I.. IIALI.IDAV, y Directors,
(i. I). WILLIAMSON, J
TOHTV-S1XT1I reiwrt of the condition of she
First National llauk ol Cairo, Illinois, ai tnc close
a-.i v laTi
Iiact and discounts,
U. S. Ilonds to secure circulation
If. H. bonds and securities on
Oiher stocks, bonds and mort
Dun from redeeming ond m.
Oue from other nallonsl banks...
Due from bank sud bankers....
I'limltine ami futures
Cash Items, including. fcvcuue
I'temlums jaid.. .,.
'ah on hind. Currency
lUcliaiik-e, Inltre!, vrofit and lot
.. e,4ci 13
h M) 00
.. M,7'J3 7
State of Illinois, Alexander county, s
: nnal Hank of Cairo, do solemnly swear that the abyv e
statement IS true 11 tne iksi bi my
Hubseribed and befcro tMt inh
J.yrfM-l.h. ,b,7,V II. t'ANl.lii:. N.ry l".sllic.
" Au".'i: m riiiu.li'ft.
ItOllT. w. .Mii.t.r.u
II. I.. liAt.l.ll'AY,
hood rtttored. Impedimenta to marriogt
removed. NewmethodofUoatmeat. New
:,, j remarkable remedle. Book and clr
nilnrs tent free, In toaled envelope. Ad
drcit, Howard AitOclatloD; No. 2 SoutU
Nliitn itreet, Philadelphia, Pa.-au lnitttu
ion havlnz a blah reputation lor honerable
sUuet i d vrc'lonil "Will. 1J9-3 dwm
y r T 1 1 VI
(Luto ltoprieter of
Has become Superintendent oi the
HUH IM I! II
CORNER SJXTff STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
Mr. Walker liuving taken ohargo of this old and well-known hont,' will at
oucc ivo it u tlioroiifji renovating, and put it in first.. class order for tKe recap
tion guests. Mr. Walker will welcome his old customers to the new houte, aatl
will always bu glad to see tlieui.
First-class Day Board $20 per Month.
HARRY WALKER, Supt.
Boot and ihoe maker, Twen , hutroet, be
tween Woahtngtoii avenue und Poplar
street, la prepared to make boot ana thoet
In the latest and most laahtouable style.
He will make them to ordor, old or now
styles to suit cuttomcru, out of the bit .and
freshen stock, of which ho always .bus '.a
good feupply on hand from which to make
solocllona. All tilting of boots and shoe
made by Mr. Ehle ra Is dono In Ida own ahop
no foreign fitting boluix used by him.
dive him a call, and ho will givo you atlt
fuetlou. DON'T TRUST ANY MAN
Who Hayi ho will pay SriOO'for a cast) ot
Cutarran ho fulls to cure. Woleott's Cat
arrh Annlhllator has cured thousand who
would liavo perhhed without It, und my
...Ill -i,,tir,i tin, liinnnf tf, nnu vmrrthB
Ner who tries n bottle and is not benefitted.
Did voti ever try WOLCOTT'S PAIS
PAINT? 11) Itmiio llunm never MNter;
It ttoplleuilachii, Tootlinehu mid Neuralgia
within livti inlnuteH, or iiinney rcilinded.
U. UOI.IlnMIMll. tor. I. in iv .uuiici
my agent. K. Ia. WoLcorr. 208 ;i-!.rtw,
Notice is hereby given tliuton TucMhy the
2l.st day ol April. , a. y., po. f " '
election will bo held In the e y ofCalro, AI
cxander county, i-tato ot Illinois, for the
clcctlou of the lollowlng named municipal
otllccra, to-wlt : A city clork. a. rlty trcua.
urer. a city atlorney, ono alderman Irom
a.-li AVanl. for the term of two years, ono
SS iriuanirs mi the First Ward, to III the
v .'slicy cau-etl by tho removal of Hiram
llixby from the city, uml.onc ahlerman from
the Second Ward, to till thn vacancy coined
the rt"ujnatloi of Wood Klltoiifiouse.
Vo r the purl oei of Kild election poll will
be oi en eat tho following named pface, to
wit - in i it i Find Ward, at thu commission
h. i e 'of K. V Ih. m the ,"o'U Hide Jf
Hivili meet between Commercial andAVaih
U gton avemiBM I" Uw Second Ward, at the
IttViiKh aud ltrady engine houo; In the
Third Ward, at tho Hlliernlanonglliohoilii",
i. . .i.n 1,'nm-ili W'nrd. nt thn Court House:
and In tho Filth Ward, ut the houso ot Mm.
Sullivan, on the north-west corner of Coin
.,,.,rt.,i ,,v.,nim hihI Twentv-filUi ktreet.
Said elect ion will ho opened at eluht
o'clock In tho mnrulnir. und continue open
until hovi'ii o'clock In tho all nioou ol that
''"lly order of thn City Coilll'dl.
' M. . . I Owi.r.Y. City Clerk
Caiihi. 111.. March V0.1H71 . 1U a-21-lWt
A. J.ROK 31. D.
OiUee over ThoiM t llro'a. grocery 'jtoM
No.' M mniettlil avenue, SornJElgl.Ui
meet. , licldenee coiner WMhlagtoa
bub noil Fourteenth street.
.'f i i) 7
jii iiimQ mj
stock, which ia small for
spring, and pay two proflt8,fa
tho iii&nufacturora in thoM
places bougiil- tlieir pieo
goods for spring Balolatfallt.a
not getting tho benefit of Jay
Cooko's troubles. Mr. Farn
baker pays his solo attention
to buying; and being well aooc.
quaintcil knows whero bar-g.-iins
arc to bo found. Of
eonr everv merchant will .i
tell t ' he buys tho cheap- 'u'
est, i'tf ;m isiiricss asinlif
'ju 1. a mnn bv tho. company fAk
he "..' ' Fjirnbaker tlm
Clorlner asks lor nothing un
ions you think he desorvei it.,
People have not tho loaat
idea how goods have fallen.un-
til the examine a stock bought t
A small quantity of onr
spring stock has already ar-
the St. Nicholas Hotel)
C. N. HUGHES,
Ohio I.ovee, over Mathute
n r a blibh ko inm.
HAFFORD, MORRIS 4 OANDKK,
7n onto X.OJP.
4'ITV UATIOHAL RAJIK UWIIJlIKO
Die oldest ehtabllshcd Agonny tu Houtherti
Illinois, reprcacutlng over
$05,000,000 00 I
el thu lion. Inturana ' Capital , of tM)
llnKnil Klt. '
FINE JkllLLIaNERY GOODS
I'HKHU HPllli(I rlTVUU,
Mil 8. M. JACK a ON,
(Formerly Mrs. Swanderi,)
announce that tho htJ)uitf.ovee4 a tact
utorlment ol tho
Millinery tlooila to bo lound w mitt
She will keep on band
Hath, Bonnets, FLowaaa, HuuoSsV
Ukkbs Trimuinoh of All J,)i
laADIES FURKISHINO UoODe,NOTWJ,
Collars, UNDtaLvn, Svnp,
And aU Rood found In mlUlsW- atWkJ t
ot which will be dtapejed ot at tJltiweg
,-aah nrinn. Mr. Jacjraua isstfssssssvissssw
Jjj wSSiStK Tleli
1 '" 01 ww "
ask a continuation of U s'V'J'jg'gg
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