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LOCAL WEATHER HEPOHT.
unaKitVKii'ndFi'ii'K, c aiho, UK, l
April 1, 10:11 p.m., 1MI. )
J!romctpr,"():'ilO Ineheii
Thermometer, 37 degrees.
Wind 8. W. Velocity :: mile pi lionr.
Weather, dear.
.Maximum temperature lor li"t itl hour,
12 llegreMI
Mlnlmtnn temperature for the lasts! hour,
J' degrees.
Prevailing wind lor lull ti bourn, N. W
Total number of mile traveled by wlnil
during last'it hours, Ik.'.
KliWIN lioolll,
Observer Hignal .Hcrlr,o, U. H. A.
KAII.KOADH.
TIM J'j CARD.
ILLINOIS OKNTKAL KA1LKOAI).
TltAl.NH I.KAVK CAIItO
Mull at Urti) a.m.,
...Dally.
r;xirciai ,,...:i:nu p.m.,. ...
Freight at lal n.in.,... except riunday
l-'rellit nt 11:.V ;i,iii
i 'iclghtat t;o() p,m "
AltlltVK AT CAIItO.
Mull tit 2:1ft- ii.in., )ay
Kxprfhn nt 2.05 .tri.,....oxi:cit Mind.iy
freight nt a.m., xcopl Monday
Freight at 7il0 p.m., except Sunday
Freight lit 10:05 p.n "
Kii ai"-tr, .lAMf.M Johnson, Agent.
TI I K CAIRO AIN'J) VINUUNNKS
JIAIIiHOAD.
(!iia(ji: i imi:
On nnd niter Sunday, Fi brtiary lbTI,
lr;ilni will run a lollows:
(kii.no .south.
i'amx'mkit,
l"rlL'lit.
CliIio.Ig.iva r.:iiA.l. r,r05 a.m.
.Motiinl City, It .iM' (v.ti " ft "
vicuna, im- i:in " "
llarilsburg, lease n-.l!t " ll:
N'orrl City. Icato !:!." ' 1:3 i'.M.
Csitml, arrive !i:."iO " iM "
Unrnit, leave ID') ' l:trA:l.
Orwyville, leave in: Mi " Wi "
.M.iiitC:iniiil.litnc....lli ' "
Vlilr-eiine. Imixi! 12:25 I'.H. 'j.-jn '
f..rj...iiiiitlrtii.arrlVf.l2rfn "
(lOI.Nd gOlTII.
I'nweiijfiT,
. 7:15 a.ii.
(..VM..Ii!iittlmi, Iciitc
Vllictnne. leave....
7:00 I'.M.
Ilstm "
10:17 "
IMM "
0:15 A.M.
7:1m "
Mount Cnrmil, leave.,,. H:TJ
(irayvllle, loavo H:W
Caiml, arrive 10(111
Girnil, leave 10:10
NorrU City. tense 10:11
Han l-bunrh. !arr 1 1
ll:l'l
i leniu, lente 1:17 I'.M. ISIJl'.H.
Mound City, leave 2:4'.! 3:10 "
Culm, arriH'.,.,", 8i " 8:10 "
MOUNU OITT ACCOKMOPATIOM.
Le&vo Cairo nt 11:1!') a.m. nnl ft:!. p.m
Leave Mound City at I'J-.Wip.m. and (1:10 p.m.
Freight traliM-Hto)! mw night ut I 'arml:
run from there .14 mixed irnlii, inj- ut
lA'i a.lu ; leasing Vlin-eiine at 7 p.m. Hi
same evening for return trip.
toNNKtrrioN".
At Cairo with the Ml"l--ippi Central.
Mobile anp Ohio, for all wilnt iit: .ur.
ArkatiKit ami 'l'i a-, fur all iwiint- In ArKan
h anil Texa.
M VlDccnno: Iinll.inapolUan'l Vlni-entie
"ay lorluilttii.itcllanilallpointn north,
''auil wot; with llvaimvlfle anil Cr-iw-''"
'lie railway lor V. anivlle,Terriillaiile,
Dativll.. (jiilenKO ami all points north, eat
ami we-. u, Ohio ami MlhMlppi rill
ny forfc'i. i.ouln. IxmUuIlo, Cincinnati and
'U point iit and wet.
J.'.NorilM city ero-in-,' tin- Spflnalltld
an. i iif-,ois Soiitfieu'.terr. railway.
h, W. I'At-MKIt, Outi'l Sitip't.
1 - iLsow, Uan'l l'disofie.", Ant.
it7-13.tf
0A1 KO, AUKA'NhAS AND TKXAS
AND C'AIUO AND FIJI
TOS UAUAIOADS.
The Mmrtoct uud only dlreet routo Irnm
Cairo Ui .lacUonport, J.lltlo Koi-K, Hot
.HpritiKi, Kulton, and all polntd in Arl.mma-i
und the .Sotllhwoiit, Mini (iaUentoh, lluustmi,
Dallaf, Ailttln ami all puInU in Tvn
TWKI.VK IlOIIIIfl IN ADVANCK UK
ANVOTlllIKJIOIJli:.
Through UufccU, thrmifh l,llli of l.-uiitiK.
nut Inrorinitlion an to frellu ru, paH
cnjDr are, eoniicctlon, ut., eati l. oh
tallied uttho I'oinpiny'H ollleo In Winter'n
hlock, eonur of Seventh hiriiet nnd Com
mercial avenno.
J lnokrt will e.all at private reMdonecs and
hotels fur pai-cnef, wlien ordorari: loft
la timo.
Kli'niiut I'lillman palaio feleeplni; cars on
all n!(;lit trains.
TmIih inn daily, (Ktindayd e:i-opted)from
tho Cairo Olllco an IoIIowh:
CIIAUI.Khlil.N ACCO.M.MDK VI IO.V,
I.cavff (Ircentlclil'ii . .!i:.n a in nnd p.m.
Aralve at (ireentlcld '.1:17 a in ainK!:uS p.m.
i:.vi'itr.KS itt-NM DAii.v
f.cavet (Ircentlold'n 2n0-p. in,
Atrlvu at (irccnlluld'H 1:10 p.m.
1). Axn.i.1., Chlnf Knlnccr.
SPKOIALNOTIOKS.
notici:.
'J'lit; Stockholder of the Cairo City (Ins
.Company nro lit-mliy notllled that the ne.M
iinnual meblin will liu lu ll' in tho elly of
Cairo, at, their olllee, on Monday, April (ilh,
1871, ut 10 o'clock a. in., fur Ihu cli-i tlun of
lire (-tors ami transaction of Mich other hthl.
nets as may come hcloro the mectln.T.
Caiiio, lll., Maich:il,lS7l.
2(H) l-1-.'t. II. T. ia:oi'l,l, Efc'y.
m
KHLKUS,
ISoot and Hlion maler.Twon hUreot, be
tween WiMlilnctnn nvctiuo and l'oplnr
Ktroct, Is prepared to niako hoots ami shoc
In tho latest and mot Itinhtanalilu stylus,
lie will nrnko them to order, old or now
f tylcs to ttllt ctlHomorti, out ol tho hi! .and
Irchost (stock, of which ho always lias
Kooil Kiipply on haud from which to make
suIec.lloiiH. All lltttliK of hootH and hhocs
niudo by Mr. Klilcm l dono In hln own shop
no foreign llttlnj; bidnir utcd by hlra.
Uvo hint n call, mid ho will glvo you patis
lue.tiuii. .DON'T TUUST ANY MAN
Vhnx.iv ho will n:iv P.VJO for Til' ca ol
Citnrrah hn fills to euro. Woli ott's Cat
nrih Annllillalor has cm-cd tlioii-ainls who
would liavn iierlxhod without it. an I my
HKcnt will return the money to any puieua-
or who H ies a iioiuo nnu is uni iicuciuu'ii.
Did Mm ever try WOI.COTT'.S I'AIN
..llV'l'V lt' llh II 0 lllll'llk nevne lilUICI-!
It'ntopH lli'.iilaclie, Tootliacho and Nciualul i
...in. in Hen liilnutok. or mniiuv renin
(I. (iol.lisMIMlt. cor. I'JIli l.ociitl., Is
uiy actil.
aus-'J-'A"i-w.
OBSTACLES TO MA UIU AG K
Happy rcitor rnryoun intnirom ino ci
l....iu nl nrrni-s and atilimis 111 car V 1 10. Mall
hood rcctorod. IinpodlinontH to marrbiKO
iniitovcd. Ninvinuthodol troalmoitt. Miw
nml 1-uiiiarUablo remedies, llonks mid clr
jolars ucnt Irce. In lenleil envulnnns. Ad
ihecs, Howard AHMiclatlon, Mo, 'i South
Ninth htrcnt, I'hlladolphla, I'd, an lubtltu
ion hitvlni; a hlcji reputation tor honoiablo
liiliintanit v'sinnaiiiiiiii. nil ii.vw.im
O.W. DUNNING, M.D.
HKS1DK.N0K cornor Nlnlh iimnValnut
yiructs. Olllce corner Hlxtli ttiect and
Ouloluveo, Olllco Hours Mom (I a. in,
J'im,,nndUp. in
THE lUILLETrN
CAIRO LOCATj KBWS.
AKNOUKCliJMlSNTd.
'10 CA.lA.Ti:.S.
Td skcl'ki: tiii: isnnitrtdN ov ax an
N(il.sci:.mi:.vi IN Tim;I!i;i.i.ihniii!'. pimii.i
caiio.n n:r. Mi-ni nn v.tu vtit: 'iiti;
AXMjfXCI'.MKNI IK 1 1 A N 1 1 1 : 1 IN. Till , Ill'M".
Wlt.l, III: STItK.TI.V AIIIIKIIKIt Til. ClfV
ori'ici:i Wj waimi orricKiis, t'2.
l'ou" cirv cuYuicr
We are uiilhorl.cd to nmiotim-c Mii hai-I
.1, Unit ley a a eanilldntp, for re-clcotloii lo
the Ohio1 of City fieri, al the oppronehlnT
elljr i lio-tinn.
lllirrim llt'M.i'.TiN :Yott ulll plcac Mi
iionncc that I am n candidate lor tho ohlee
or elly cliik at th cntiiojr e barter election
?i.'-!MS.ld W. IC. llAWKIX.
I'OIl CITY TrtRASUHl!!!;
Mil. Uiu lout liy riuol ofa munlier of
ulllcii pletnu aiinoinico my name n u can
dliliiterorllii'olllcenrclty'rreaiitirer at the
eiintlnx Imrlerilprllun.
Wool! ISlTTHKIIilt-hK.
I nil CITY AT IiillNltY.
Wo are allthmli'd to niinolitiis! that II.
WiiImiii Webb inn (ndl.lnle for rc-elcelloti
to the office of city altoi ney nt the eii'tiln;;
i barter election,
Mh. I'.niTon: Ily ruqiteit f tnnny
ultlxQiia, pliiaw htmoiinco ma m ii cbtuli
iliite for tho oflioo of ('Ily Attorney, nt
tho trieiiliij; charter election.
liAKW'lK II. iit.ACK.
liHMlll.Ui ITIIMS.
Wattttd A eot-t:
Apply nt
Tint
liULLBTIK tfflr.p. tf
Tliero wal no huatnsuuf conciutioo
in tho Hilieo court yeilordsy.
1'Atlio who wuri "out cidlctiof!"
yolterdny i.;roe that money leuin nuiro
plenty, Mild that bills woto pnld inura read
ily than for K-rtral moulds previous
V.'Mitud A Jlarhsr, Stmdy ainploy-
inanu. Vi ng $H mr wcW. Apply to
('ui. llrim, Sinth ttroat, between OKio
1 (it i-o nml Cominflroiitl hvooub.
0.0-3l..1t
Thero will be lervieet '. tho l'.piuic-
pnl Church, fourteenth eliwl, botwoon
AVnahlngton nvanuo nnd Walnut f trect,
this forenoon at 10 o'clock, and thli
evening Rt 7J o'elnok. At tbo everiln;
irvieo thn llolv Coannuriinii will hn ml-
ininlt'.ortd. A cordial invitation U x-
tonded to ell.
Honry Hrib(u, mnnufactiirnr cf and
dodlor in nil kiiidiof lalnorttl wtor , th
rnot oolotrAd hIos nnd cider, t;ivaa no
tieo in this muo ol Tim Utii.LI.TlK thfct
ho U now roady tu supply saloon kwpcrt
nnd the public generally, with good in
his lino in quantities to tult the purcbator.
Kfto hi itdvArUMmeni in Mio'.'.ior column.
All per0Ef hr.ving olaimi agnlnit mo
aro requwted to preient them for .iy
tnunt within tbe next ten dnf, at I ihr.ll
depr.rt nn tho 10th init. All pertona it:
debksJ to mo are rujnoa'.od to make im
mediate pymenl. I cttn bo found nny
dy lielnrocn the hours of 1 nnd 3 o'clock
at the St. Clmrlo hotel. 11. Levy.
Cairo, April 1, 1171. 2 I--9t
Several colored gentlemen of the rity
iro nuxioua that there tlmll bo moro cnudi
dKtes in the Held fur varimir city ofll
eof to Imj tll!vl at tho cbr.rter (doetion to Iz
held on thoKItt int. AVo utidernlnnd thoy
nro partieulurly interettoil in tho offloo of
city I res-u r or, hmiI nre loolinj; about for
anno imaii to run ngnitint .Mr. Kitten
lioufe, The llaptint prayer meeting held lait
ovotiini; i.t llm iilnlon room, corner
Tenth i-lreot nnd Viiililnt;toii Hvunue,wri
largoly altendii.1, nd oonddorablo intur
est wan uhen in tho osnreltet. It wad
reolvtd to hold meeting oaoh ovenlng
lurltig tlin woek, hnd furvicj( on Huudsy
next, when Mr. llmuacKar tt'tho Ultar
'rel: Absoointion will preach, both morn
ing and ovenlng.
Alri". Ii.T. iirignj, euoce-sor to l'hil-
nnd Hriggv, milliners Mid drumuiak
urf, ("umiiiorciiil iivenuo, nimrtho oorimr
of Tenth flreet, h jirepared to do all
hind of work in tho millinery nnd dreas
mnUing lino at M romnnnblo rate m oiiu
in hnd at any other lil.o ostabli.-liinanl in
tho city. .Mm. ISriggt solicit n tliaro of
pitrcriiitjo. .Sen her cird undur tho head
of r.ew a lvertiomcnti.
AVm. Klilura wliihos to infotm tho pub-
He that ho line Jiut rcc'iived n lnro Block
of impoitcd 1'ienrh ealf and .Morocco
IjC'kthur from Adolph Ninkul, of Cincin
nati, direct importer, nnd ho can thorn-
foro warrant nil bin work to ho of not only
tho host manufacturo, hut of tho very
host miit'irinl. Any ono who dc sires linn
Huotn, .Shooa or (laltora will find It to
their interest to call on .Mr. Klilors nt Ii Id
fliop, "Oth street, nnd oxmnino his clock
and Btyloa boforo ordoriiig olacwhnro.
tiOl IM-lm
Uotlo'H enloon ut tho cornor of Com-
morclal avontia ntuL l'Durth ctrnut. wan
itirglitrlxed night boforo hitt,ftiid cIgnr.,to-
bacco nnd llquora to thn amount of 5f7u
ctolcti. Shorill' Irvln yostonUy urroitcd
two negroos, nnd upon investigation found
thorn to bo thu guilty partios, nnd recov
ered tho greater part of tho goods. Thoy
wore tried byforo Justiao 1- tuorald, who
eotit thom to jail to await Ilia action of
tho grand jury. A rnloon on Ohio lov oo,
botweon Klghth nnd Tonlh Ptroote, ym
broken Into, but tho goods stolen did not
amount to much.
Vrod. VliItcamp now Inn clmrgo of
tho Central meat m.trhut, Washington nvo-
iiuo, hotwonn Ninth and Tenth Btrcotf.
llnclor Krod'iJ. fuporvlalon thn Central
will bo ono of tho host cUbliihmonta of
tho hind in existence. Tho nnvlro con
cern has boon thoroughly renovated, ro-
painted, pnporod, oto,, and U now no neat
as n parlor. Only tho best of meats will
bo kept, nnd thu palronn of tho Central
will rocoivo tlio moat courteous attention.
Mr. AVhitcauip invito attention, to Ills
shop, (ilvoliimncr.ll. M):.:).tt.
Tho oxorclfes In AlUi Ko' eohool
yesterday woro very intoroatlng wonder
ful it soomod to us. 'J'ho Uttlo folkn.nono of
thom moro than iilno yoara old, woro, i a
pluy-golntt r'iop'0 "trr8 Hi "full up In
tlioir parts." Their reading would do
IJII'J UAlKUJAfiLlLX UUJjJjW'J'IJN, THURSDAY, AI'KJL 2, J.8Y4.
honor to mii"h rilJcr ci holar., nn'l tlm
doclnmatinnii, in com ill, could nit
have boon cxcellod .In nny .dopartmonU
Wo uoilld lll'.o to mention n fuw ol tho
little gentleman nnd ladlus, and their
ploco, but where nil were to woll lono
and to deorvlng of prftlio, It would bo
impoiallilo to tlni'lo out nny ptrtioultr
ono. Wo tr.mt eay that iittln Annie
l'ilior' "l'otatnoi" iultl in nxuslly, and
the Mtny of Tom lUllldny, dr., on "I'o
baeco" wit full of humor nnd very
laughable n wnn evidonceil by Ihonndlble
mile that wont round tho room among
visitor! and scholar, Wo would like to
notio nnny other t')ually h deiervini;
hut havo not lliutr nnmri". Wo ran only
ay that each iclmlar in the eoboul Is n
living wltno to li K iV nbllity as a
taaelmr. Wo regret that wn rnn not mako
Lmnntlon of tho olhor school i xamlne.1,
ni wo wofo not proaent nt cither
of thmn, but wn aro told that all nr.
qitltod thamftelviM in n maunor to aalhly
every one thnt tho school of Cairo atand
higher to-diy than over liofoto, nnd thnt
leichcM and Miperinlendiitit urn entitled
to thu hiiliet praiio for tho iharo thoy
have had In oitnblUhin tho reputation of
Cairo fchoolt ns tho belt In thy lint". 1
1Htt Kibbath wn "Palm Hominy,"
tho beginning of Holy Week, obiorvod
by many of Iho churohe, but cspooinlly
by tho Ito.'iiin (Jatboltr, with more iolmn
religious oxrclM than any olhor enon
of tho occloalatticnl yeir. It wm tho
commeuooment of the closing week of
Kent. Kvergroeri wern bloued nnd dU
lril'iitel ntnnng tho people, In honor of
thn rejoicing upon UhrUt'a triumph nt
j' nrnoy to nod onlurance into .loriirnlom.
The ml in, emblematical of vir
Ury, nnd tho olive, typlrnl of
merry, havo over boon treMitrod momon
te of thepift; by their forming chief
ornament of the ohureh and preenln
ti'ina to tho vonhlppor on Palm .Sunday,
corielinni urn remindel of tint lending
event in tho life of tlioir I'.odeomor. On
Wednesday, however, the aceno changes j
eorrow Ukos the place of Joy; for the
church, in nor oflico-p, reoalis to tho mind
of her pooplo the trnllor'ilo of tho Lord
for 'thirty pwcci cf illvor. To-day
the lostitutlnu of tbe Kucbnriit
is c-lebrated nnd the ceremony
of vraabiog foul, observed in some loouli
tie. The church bells are no longer
rung; they aro unheard till their j jyous
peals I rk tho air on Kaster .Sunday,
this comtnemorbtivo ol thu c.ilcnco or
tbo Ixird in tbo most trying period of bis
life in tbo tmnd of bis bitter cue
tnleo. To-morrow, (Friday) com
monly called "(lixxl I'-riday,"
tho church roeallj the crii:ifix:on and
death of Christ. Tlio cross beooruoe n
prominent ol-joot of adoration, a tho crn
bloin of man's redemption from punish
ment and tho washing nway of fin. On
Sunday wo aro reminded of tbo renting
of Chr.M In bis tomb by tho sad ofihoa of
tho Tutiob tn. Tho blessing of tho new
llro forms an intnrcsling reromony lor tbo
devotion of tho faithful on this day. Tho
candles nro lit, and the ornaments of tho
church restored, and some indication of
the new life and of tho gieat Chriilinn
festival to follow nro given. Kaftor, the
resurrection and triumph of the Lord
ovor do-.th, begins to breuk upon tbo men
tal vifioti, as tne night recodes and Kun
day morning is urhnre. into uxisUr.ro.
KOK'iALK.
Hirond-hand rlotblng, wateho', Jewelry,
plnloU, Sic, Uittgbt and sold. Also a lot
llrufiols' carpet, fnrr.ilure, LU., fr sale.
Opposite C'Hlro nnd Vincoune railroad
depot. I8 2.U7-If M. Uov:iK
Kor. sAhi:.
Ono second band 7 oetivo piano, $2.j0;
Iftotocolid hand fi ortavo juaiios, ouch
i CO; ono rond hand parlor organ, i',0,
oiisli. .Max Koi.i.kk,
1-1. 1.01 Ctrn Of PaulHcbuh's drngUoro.
WlhCOX
Tkn pounds of brown puirar for f 1; 8
jwinndi best cu Deo fiigar at H; '.'J poumU
of I'hoiou butter at 1 Imhing pr.wdiir tSc
per lb, Imperial ten at $1; potntnea 30
rent per p' I.; it lln ooiro f l,at Wilcox'e
Week. 107 y-i-im
FUUIT T I IK Ed.
All klndt of npplo and penr treos ol
tho Uncut varieties, nil grafted,. four yotre
old mid will bear fruit nuxt year, aro for
jalo nt tho court houso sr.looii. Thoy will
Im delivered to order. Cull early nr.il
mako your fudoctlons. I.tiMMmut II. ki:ii
KOJl HALE.
Two I'attnrbw of two Hollars, ouch 1
foot long, '12 inch Dram, 'J 1 1 inolf Flues
with flro front!. .Mud and islram- drums
Safety nnd .Mud valvn?, Chimney ami
lirltdiin, nil complcto nnd In Hrst-clias
order'; boon ufcd only thrco month.'. I'o?
price, otr., Inquire ol .I.T. IIknnii',
O-iH-tf. Vulran Iron World",
TAX-PAVKlls.
Tax-piyer will boar ininlnd that side
wall: iiMossmcntK nro now by law oxtendod
upon the general tax-luml;, and judg
ment will bo tukun against lota for said
nesc'Htncnt as well in for Stato, County,
City nnd bchool taxes. Call at tho col
loetorV ollico boloro tho dollnquunt )It
goes to tho printer and savo cel.
28:-3.2'J.ftt Al.i:x. II. luviv,
County Collector.
()'K liUNDHEI) DoLliAi'tM.
Wq havo n Parker Ilrothorn llroech
Loading (lun, gun nnd outfit valued nt
ono hundred dollar, which wo oiler for
onlo for eighty dollar. Tho nbovo is ono
of their boil diviiirbonir.od guns with front
action rebounding locks, and fully-war-
rnntcu. hnnulra for uno week at Tiik
Hui.i.r.TiN OiTii-i:. n
All pornona indobtod to b'aniuel ii. Orr
aro rcqucslcil to imtko speedy pnyinont to
tho undorslgnQd, and thus pavo oxponeoa,
ns tho coiiiirtion ot iiia nstiti must bo
proinpt nnd will admit of no (Jolny. In
default of payment at once, full will bo
instituted. John (. IIaiiman,
Acslgnoo of Kamuol M. (Jrt;, Ilankrupt,
Oaiuo, 111?., Jlnrch tin,
1871.
7H-
27-tf.
Just received nt llouptu' an Involco (f
lino spectacle and oyo-glasjo.',
a82 3-20-5t
thi: two ns and Tiinit pkimahv
."iCIIUOI.S,
Tim Opinion or it Southern (.Mil.
I'oggy lli'.ird rroiu,
WKI)NEtAY HvKMIJin.
Kiutoh Hoi.i.r.riM: As my "Sa
tnanlha" lends oil this morning in n luttor
toTiiu I1i;i.i.i:tik, why iinchlrrt 1, to
quotu srripturo n little, "go nmt do lil.o-
wlso?' I tiiifglit ntirl I will. Ho thorn.
i had often heard Iho Elovonth stroot
ptlmary school spoken of m the mmlol
school of tho city, and .Mis Kogers as tbo
in.-dol toacbor, by iigrcat tmmhar of my
frlendi", wbilo equally nt many insisted
that .Mils KotM, a a teacher of tho young
Uoa in Us rill') practice, had not her cqunl
anywhere. rIoUtlntho matter, which,
from xo ninny opinion, wns getting to bo
a vexed question in my mind, 1 mado n'
"lait resolve, as t dUinterestodcpautator,
to visit both ichools and paa judgment
for myself. 1 nm not in tho habit ol lot
ting good intention rat when thoy aro no
easy to carry out, an I whoro carrying
them out Is likely to bring It reward fo
fully nnd quickly m this, fur I lovo little
children and nm Interested In anything
connected with thom. 1 lovo llitlo girl
ntul tho larger thoy get, (anywhoro under
MS pounds nvotrdupoiio), tho bettor 1
llkothem; and I lovo little boyi,toc,nnd
if anyone shiuld ac use mn.nf loving lit
tle b".v whon they get to bo men 1 am
nlrnid I con Id not conrriontintisly dony
tho soft impeach in ant. liut, al .Mr. yiinre
snys,"Iit us rnturn to thohnremen,'' in
other words,tii iho primary ediool. I vlr
lleil Mil Kogers school, with a number of
other ladies, on last .Monday examina
tion day, and to sny I wn plomed would
not begin tu oi pros my enjoyment
of that visit. I rant think of
xuporlntlvo supor enough to describe It.
Tho room wn full (r bright littlo faros
and roguish, mischievous oyw, belonging,
to littlo lM,y and girl from twelve inohes
to Tuiir feet in bight, and in
ago ranging from nino years
down to nothing, I should
think. I wbh I could romeinber their
imiusc, oich onu arqultted him or henelf
to well that 1 wuld like to mako special
mention of them. I would like to tl
how tho whole school tang In concert "Oo
to sloep, go to sleep so In ay, As laay ns
laay et.n be; now tbreo little girls, lol by
..nine ford, sang tho tsmutiful song,
'She hne clirabod the goldon stairs;" how
four sweet vol ;d little girls, about tho
size of nimpii,?, sang "iiirdio, I am tlrod
now 'how good tbo reeitatiuns wero
how tho children clapped their lir.nds and
applauded the speakers how inu.di liko
twenty year old tonchorj, littlo otgiit year
old Hullo l'hilHp;nnd Mablo Thnyer wcro
a they taught tho losona to their clmar s
how comet was, tho polling bow
much expression thero wai in tho read
ing of Woodio P.ittenbouio, LIkrIu (Sroun,
Eda Whoolor,find n sooro of others how
iKjautiful alt tbo littlo g!r.ls marchoii,
(mnncuvtrmg liko a well drilled rompnny
of littlo amur. in soldier; keciing timo to
"I'm OapiHln Jenksaftfi.1 hro marines,"
played on the organ by Mis .loaio i'hillh.
(K'gbt hero, In pirontbesi, MiJ liogera
would like mo to thank Mrs. Downy for
tho lorn of her orgm tor Ih'i iist of tin
school and the pleasure i: atrurdod tlm
littlo folk.) I say 1 would liko to writo
all this, but I rfluieuiher that I d i not
own a newspaper, nnd if my
cominuniration atrctche , liko tbo
conscience or umo preachers
arid get loo long,itmsy bo inserted in tho
waxto-hnikat, I will only say that I was
carried away by it all. It wa such a sur
prise to mu. I fcispoi tlm littlo ono and
left tho house uith my decision ready
Hindu In favor or .Misa Kogers, but toilay
1 visited .Mis Horn' school. 1 totn4or if I
ma like a woman I know "down couth,''
"Ihu Inst ono with her has hnr," I a com
mon expression in speaking of her, and I
aiu nfrald tho last uno with mo in this case
An me.
I. Wo havo taken tho liberty of leaving
out Peggy' description of tho exorcised
In .Mi Kosa' school, a wo havo It in sub-
stanco in another oolumn. Hj. Utri.t.i:-
:1
wiieriiall aro'goil it is hard to eay
which i bint. Liko Ihu toast of tho
county school niporlntendent, "Horn's to
thu three It's, Kor.ding, Kiting, and Kitli
mutlc." Mlno too is to thu it's Koh nnd
Kogors Torovcr, any I. To ray thnt Alius
llns, a a teaeljer nnd hnr school as n
model scho il is n good as liio toucher and
tho Elnventn f trout primary, would bo
paying tbm-j a very high compliment, nnd
when 1 say .Miss Kogers arid hnr school
ii equally u good ns .Mu Km and hfr
school, compared a tnnchnrii, scholnrn
modo and training, 1 boliovo I am paying
them tho very highest tribute or praise,
and saying all that could bo siid. Both
tlicso Indie havo struck tho right chord.
Thoy havo gained tlm lovo or tlioir tchol
nr and havo tho happy faculty of keeping
thom interested in their studio, nnd that
remind mo 1 want to say to tho school
bonrd of Cairo, tnko thu ndvico ofa stran
ger and a sojourner, whon you got i jjood
thing holil to it, hut if yon don't ncod suih
toanhnr as thp.sosend thom down our wny.
Why, when f was p. llt'lo girl not ho very
long 'go my guardian by law
nd relationship, had to uo "moral
suasion" In tho form of i peach troo
sprout to miko mo lovo to Wry to school,
nnd lovo to go atrlinml stay lair; hut par
ents hern tell iiiollmt it is almost out ot
tho question tu keep their littlo ones a way
from thcu school oven lor a day. J with
I was littlo, I wih I was not so old nor
so tall nor so heavy, ( ,vcars, f, feet r
inches, 110 pnundnj) Id liko to goto
Huhnol to the It's lujeolf. lint, ahl and
iilaol:,"my days aro In tlio poir and yellow
loAf" (or soointltiiig liko that) and 1
must travel on, and on.
"Al.nl Sweet life, that llioliniiiM Ily so C"' '
Is Ihei-a mi biimllilngplai'i'lor Ihcoand inn 1
So l.lle It M'Cin. hIiil'u spl imt's l.id inouicnta
pal
And now tho In.iviw cliaiigc color at tins
b'liM,
Ami tho chill mists come crcepliitf up tho
lea,
WhltaMic by onn ivieiid pi- m silcnlly
To (ho sli-ango rest thai end this tilal at
hud."
Lovo to 'H.vinnntlui."
All'octloimtcly Voirn, "Pkoiiy."
; 7v
wxsv.w. Kinvs.
fori I.IkI
AIIKIYAI.H
ami ilcp irturcs tor tlio 21 hour ending at ft
ii. in. 1-i-t cvuiilic:
Ktcn'.imr (Iracoy, Columbus
" l'Uk, Paducali I
" Hullo Memphis, Memphis '
" Iron Mountain, Pittsburg
" J. II. Higloy, St. Louts
" Arkansas Hello, Kvansvillo
linrAlUHIi.
.Stcnmor V. P. (Iracey, Columbus
" .lame. Pitk, i'aducah
" Hullo Memphis, Ht. Imuls
" iron IMounla'n, .St. Loui
" .1. II. Higlny, Ohio river
" Arkansas Hello, Evr-.nsvillo
" Hue nnd bargoj, Now Oricnii
" .Sriiii Brown, Pittsburg.
Hin decline in tbo Ohio river yesterday
was six iochii. Thu .Mljsijsippi was sta
tionary i.t St. I.oui:! at last accouut9, tho
late heavy rain having chockod tho ib
cliuo. It is probably falling again.
Thero was n slight improvement in
business yesterday. The woather
was cold and raw, tin, sky being ooverod
with cloiidi. After dark it cleared nil' and
tho night, though chilly, was buauliful.
Tho Anchor lino packet Grand Tower,
Captain (5eo. W. I.onnox, for .Meniphii1;
and tlio Capitol City of thu suiiiu lino for
Vicksburg and lntorinodiato points, -a 111
depart llii evei.Ing al fi o'clock.
Notk'K ov Kkmovai. (Jul. Henry has
rcmovdj his lliirdw.-tro nalahrihlilunt
from No. HCJ Commercial nvonlio, to
Kaiser's now brick building, corner of
Eighth street, where will bo found tho
largos, stock of stover, tin ware, etc., In J
tho city. Tho Colonel wlalius in to say
to bis many friend thnt ho will always
keep a keg of nails "on tap" and nny.
thing olfo thoy may want in hi lino.
J o l-SM'.t
NOTICK.
Tho friend ol tho Cairo Cailno, who
wish to bo present at tho ball on Kinder
.Mo in lay, aro hereby inforiiKid that tickets
must bo procured in time, as thero will bo
nnno sold at thu door. Tickets I'or salo by
P. N E v t',
WM. llKKIlW.VUT,
K, V. IlKI..NICll,
Commitleu of Hrraiigeiiientf.
-l-l-2.lt
NOTICE TO AUltOKA l A'l) M.
INS. CO. 1'OLIOV HOLDEHS
Any person holding a policy bearing
either ol tho following numbers, viz.:
11880, 1189.:, 1517:1, 15171, IG17.I, 15170
nnd 15179, will pleaso report tlinsnitu by
ninil to (1. W. (Join, 207 N. 1! I street, St.
Louie, -Mo, a said policies worn Itnprop
oily isuiod by unauthorir.-jil partios, nnd
nrosupposod to lmvo lioen slolon, they nro
consequently not In force, liy reporting
tbo samo a above directed tho criminal
may bo found and punished. (!. W. tnv.
15 l-'.'-U. ARt.
STILL ALIVE AND K1CK11U1.
I am not drowned out yet, but am anx
ious In havo all my ohl friend and all tho
rust of mankind oomu nnd se.finn. 1 can
and will sell clmapor that ever. I have
just received n IVosli Involco of loady
mado clothing, whioh, a In qualily and
style, cannot bo surpassed by nny other
homo In this part of tho country. I in
vito an lmspc,utioii of my stool: of diago
nal, suoh mro'its nnd veils, vlurli I itl'jr
at prices lower than ever. Thcsn goods
nro extra line. Kumuml'nr tho placo.
hmk Am him'h,
B L2-l!t No. 7;l Ohio Lovoo, Caiio, 111.
.Wu8. Klliinol.li Is prepared to lll.KACIl
and I'HKsh hat and hniincu In the most
approved style, and in -. i.ianner toglvo
entlro. satisfaetion, (.'nil ilt her' raldoiico
on Kifteeiitb st'ent butween Walntit and
Oodar. '-.'30-a.l6.tr
V
KUY
VOiri:
JL0T1I1NO
AT
pak:;i'.ai:p.iui.
run Ham: Jii.OCO In rity scrip, i'or
salo in quantllln to milt the purcbasor
Apply to II. T. (iKnouui.
17:i.2-2!J.tf
For. Sam: mi Kxchanor-A Kami
noar Villa Kldgo good bouso and young
orchard. Inquire at this ollico or n.Mro.a
T. II. 1'Aiini.v,
1 till.-J-17-tf Dlliti, Ills.
Tub i.Ai:nuT tTocit of bird cages, tol-
let sots, water cooler, hath tubj and n
general stock ol tlnwaro Ftores uvur of
fered in Cairo may bu found, obcaper than
thn cheapest, at 0. W. IlonilorionV, Ho.
1 I'O Commercial avenue. L'33 .1-H-lm.
', iioriui: in neroby given that I vill pay
, no idllj for good fold to nny of tho urn
i ployoB of Tin: OAtHfi Hm.l.r.Tirr, either
or thomeelvee or tor thn life i f tho otFioo
I uiilvco thu sKino tiro furiiishiKl on t.n order
iiiied by .Mr. Hurnott or myself.
i rWO-ly ' .L.llW 11. OllKRLY,
Foi: Ki:nt. Tho brick lumsn sltuntcxl
corner Third iitroot and Commcri iai ave
nuu. Tlio homo Iitu bcou put in good re
pair throughout and is well arrange! for
a hotel or boarding house, i.lro room to
rent on Third street. Inquirti of Win.
.Mellalc, No. 0, Winter' block.
103 U-S-tf
(io 'io C. W. Hi:mh:kmok's, 100 Com
murcittl Avenue, for thu celebrated "Char
tor Oak," "May V'luwor," or ottmr cooking
stoves, tin anil hollow ware, water coolurs,
bath tub.', etc., etc. If you want tho host
wood stovoa, buy tho "Charter Oak"; thn
bo'troal slovo, buy tho "May l'lowor."
l!.l7-:i-M-dliii
Aline AVaoon. I will commence run
ning a milk wagon on Monday morning
February 1 will cnritinuo it all siim-
mor, nnd respectfully solicit your patron
ago. .Milk will bu delivered to any ono
in tho city, daily--morning and ovenlng.
Orders may bo given to tho driver of thu
wngon or left nt my eo stand, No 81 Ohio
lovoo. " (iroRfli-: Voou.u.
IC'J.U-Sl-tf
Tut: harbor fehop is on idio cornor ot
Highlit stteot s.nd Coiiiniurclal nvctiuo
whero J. Oeorgo Htieiihousii with bis gen
llnmanly amiftatits can bo found nt any
liour of tho day or night, roadv to eootho
your feelings with a smooth olinve, or cool
your temper and head with u pood sham-
j poo. It is n iirst-clase sliop, and you nro
i sure of receiving Hrst-chic treatment.
Ladle' and rhllJroii' hair cut or curled
alter tho most approved sty In. 8-10-tr
Wk havo something now In tho wny or
hall'-slicet posters, which wo tblnk nro
Just the thing Tor tlio sprl.if; tra'do. Thoy
coiulst of i-lx dlll'orent doxlgns, litho
graphed, with mortiiica nnd margins lur
printing. Two ot tlio cuts nro suitnblo
lor nny business ; tbo other four for boots
and shoo, photographer, druggist nnd
dry goods. Wo lmvo hut one hundred of
each cut, and will furnlsli them printed nt
Cincinnati prices. Wo hnvu also some
rancy cardJ. Tho "hinguaiv of llowor,
ten 'designs; "lluouut," twolvo drslgaa;
'Opera," four design and "(.Vmlc" cards
twenty-four design which wo furnish
printed at f 10 to $l'J por M, Cincinnati
prices. Whn wants theni? Don't all
speak at oncn. lC:i.a.l-3t
UNION HAKKKV.
Prank ICralkv desires thnt the puMio
should know Hint hoU prepared todellvcr
btosd of good qualily and quantity, for
littlo money, in any part of the city,
(ilvo him yi.ur order.', and then look out
for tho
KKDAVAdON
by which ho will ilullvor to you tho stall'
of lifo. 271 :'.:'!-1 m
TuYlLlOHiViiKT
1 will sell iny-entlro stock or tlm heat
of Hoof, Pork, Veil, Mutton, I'ouiiry,
Iluttor. Ktic. I nrd, Irish rotatoc?. Hwoct
l.itHtncs. Annies. Flour. Meal. United
j - i , . -
Hoof, nnd tlio best or Cornod UeoL Tho
Mlo will commonco at 5 o'clock in tho
morning nnd contlnuo until ninu nt night
each day for nino months, Sundays ex
cepted. 1 havo also 180 ncros or the best
ol cotton bind to soil or exchange for Cairo
properly. I also want sovoral gcod agonts
to soil fruit trees. All of tho nbovo will
bo cxpialr.od by calling on S. l'attcrson,
earner of Ninth and "Walnut streets, aa
there is tho place tho sale of tbo moat and
vegetables villi bo mado. 92 1-ul-lm.
Oaiuo, 111., Jan. 3'J, lis71.
i WVADVERTIEMEN IS
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
i..t... i... . !... ...... i .i.... i... I.......:..-..
,-.4ieii iii:il inu ,'L rtiimeii in lit; env 11
.P1....1I ri-Aiii I ... ..mill., t. 1.1. .
ui in siiL-ci io uiu iiorincriv sue o
Fourteenth (I lib) street (by gravelling am
murt ot Alexander county for an nscniicn
... !. .. . ..I.I I .1..
to hcncliK and an a-icsmciitthcrcofhavln
been mado and returned to said court, th
limit hcai'lcg thcicou will be bd at th
April term uf said court, commencing on th
dc'lriug mav then and thero appear an
ni.ii.c uicir uciciisc.
.Inll.vP. Hi:i.y i
AliTl V If. tllKUM (V V i-limiill.t.Aa.
(ICO. . JIJ1NHICKK )
t II I'll. I 111 II I UK. 1 'ircll t IH. J. "W7
HAM! ST.l l'i:M ESiTN.
lr.Vl)RT of tlio comlition of tho Cilv Nation
IA.ll.uik of Cnlro. at Cairo. In the ute of Iilinai.
Hie clo&o of business KvUrtur)!'.
IBlt.
KWUUIIUI..1,
lijns and itiscoiints
I IvtulraUs
U. S. bonds to Mcure circula.
tl..n .
V. ii. Uauls on lianj
Oilier stock, bomls an.I rnitrt.
n
Dm' from rcdeeinfut; anit ro-
scrvu aiscnts H
Diiu fmiii other naiiou.il bankt
Iluo (loin itate bants anil
banters...
Jll'J.llS
1(10,1100
3.0O
,671
Kj,3ir.
.7,11'J
12,377
30.000
llanUnj houkc , ,.,
Other real cktatc
Curtent cxittims .M....
r.it pau
Checks ami other cah hems
Hills of other national banks
Fractional cuircncy, (Including
llickctk)
?ecclc
M,iO 00
l.ioo (m
I, 'no M
1,171 Ol
961 7
12,010 00
4,117 M
3.IJ.1 li
U.SnO oo
.MSI
Ig.il tcnilcr nolcs.c
ssi.im
i'ihii.i .....I. n.t., i.. linr.v
Suretns loud -,0iH
l.xclianzi; i,J" -n
hiiemt
I'rofitand loss U.unS '-''-,
Circulation outstaiidins tlo.t
llivlilrnds linnaldu
I...II. I.I.. .1 .1-...!.. 911 fl?'
I)u to stato banks niul bankers.
SSIU
Slate of Illinois, county of Aletander, u.
sloii.il Hank ol Cairo, do solemnly swear that
nliove statenient Is true to the best of my knowle
and bilief. .
i. .1. ii. pirrumi. ui 111 wii
M.i.li. 1S7(.
t rrcct Aiicst:
It. II. i'UNN'INRIf AM.
. t I . a . t I sr .
li. I, WILI.IAMSIIN,
II. la. II Alalil If.t I a iHICt
IKHfl V.SIVTII reoort
of the comlltloii of
Ii Slrvl TVallAnll Hank ol fa ra. in nois. at uie
Calra.
al" LuslncM 1 crU j j'Jij' JJ;'
iMti and
discounts
.Kerifratts
tl. S. I kinds to secure circulation
V. S, bonds and securities on
1(10,0
hand
3,21
Other stocks, lionds and mort-
.1CC.. -
Pue from redeeming and re
serve agents...
Hue from other national tanks...
line from tanks and bauken....
Ileal estate
I'ornltu re and liiliiic-
Taxes iuU
1'urmit ernc
Cadi Ileus, locludlni; icvenuc
sliinii -
ru-iiiliiliis laid
i'asli on hand, t!nrrency
coin ...
10.K
'JO.U
II-
J1 t
27U.7
1.IAI1IMTIU4.
Capital stock.,
kithanue. Interest, point and loss...
Circulation outstanding -
Individual Hcpcits
a. -a r 1f..ta. nlaan.Us rntlTitV tl.
3I.IIC UI I III , "- .
nilail lLmk of Cairo, do 4 mnly iwear tlul th
ttaicpicut i uu iu w "j
' f" CHAH.CONNINGIIAM. C
PeUciiUd ami i"orn 10 before tue
.1-11 . I tsf 1
M w " II II. candkk. Notur
Correct-AUest; P, i ts.u
ItOHT. W. MU.I.EK
t
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