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j! Tlio Hoard of Alderman moots to-nlht.
Henry Lntner nnd Stocklleth'are absent
j . St. l.ouis.
m.. moi-l-m nnniiiiltleootl'ur tlio market
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yomefotU S.-.i advertisement.
iYtIkj win made !ilniprimpO yesterday;
,okflft time in tno i cigui qurs. r
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jf Five person jouieu mu nraui
crfgntion yesterunr, nna iwo niemuers
Ml Mltmo lValmdy wa immersed yoo
erday by tho minister, of aim Chrlitlnn
Itev. Edwin Conn, of Milwaukee, lias-
1 ...11 1 1... Viit.Kiiliiil pllllH'll
rf lh! citr, nmi will 'arrive ori TIntrcday
He will pretielt hi flrt ermon on Sunday
?' Mi Snrnli J. Shields, who succeed
r,MIGtiss In charge of room No. 2, high
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afternoon, ami was exannneu on oaiuruiiy
afternoon, ouiiiiiinig it uiire"
We were to-day sbown a specimen of
work dono by Mr. Hug ell, Photographer,
corner th it., which cannot easily bo ex
It Lnliircn Pliiitnerunh. eXCCll
tod from a small, old-fashioned ni;ticrreo
' tviw! It could not bo hotter had It boon ta-
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kco irom mo orriguiin. mj ivj.-,
ccntlcmnn for whom tho work wu done,
twill leave It with tho artist for a few day,
m,,,r i mnv hn nn. Aia work of nhoto
wrnnhle art. It In well worth examination.
IKsntiirn .Shsnticssy presiding.
There wa John Kcllly, n broth of a fol-
fellow.aslollv n man a could be, drunk
.much and cot mellow: got gloriously
tlzbt, then into a light, then into Jail with
Curtain McIIale, In default of a fine of
Knliralm Malouo struck a fellow citizen
en the no'c, and was hit In return In tho
eve. SlmiWfi'V iloej not allow any per-
H'ti to trlke another on the noo if he
knows It, and ho fined Malono 5 and cost.
And then ho fined Sandy Davis whoso noe
wa struck & and costs for allowing his
noi. to bo iihue.l. Con-table Arnold
Hindu tho arrets.
luiacOrayl a love-lorn swain. Not
manv dsv ago, ho fell In love, at first
sight, with llettlo Fields ; and Dettle, was
willing. Tho course or true lovo ran
smoothly until yesterday, when It became a
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little stormy, rinany, iko wuipi'cu uvwt,
and Bottle arretel Ike, who returded tho
comiillincnt bv having Bottlo and a friend
ofhrr's named EiP. Taylor, arrested for
keeninc a house of IlUfamo. Tho ladles
were fined $10, and paid the amount like
honMt women. Ike couldn't pay and was
aVmt to lu liandisl over to McIIale when
Nancy Jones appeared and swore Ike
fhouldn't go up, that she would pawn her
cnr.rlug finger-rings, bedding and petti
coat boforo a hair on his Innocent head
should be harmed. And she wnlkcd off
with Ike triumphant. Shechan and Stout
wjre the officers.
John Heath was arraigned. John Is a
lover of the beautiful, and seeing a lady
whu attracted li' attention the other day
he followed her to her home. Yonterday
lie pursued her again, and demanded ad-
nit-Ion. Hho refused. Hotrieil to break
down tho front door. Couldn't. Went to
the buck door. Tried to break It down.
Uoulda t. Woman lnldo woke bor brothor,
John dray. (Sray went out. Knocked
Heatljdown. Heath procured Cain. Cain
arretted Uray. Trial came on. Heath
appeared. Win arreted by Shcohan and
.Stout. Was lined $5, and was sent to jail.
(iray was lined $5 and paid. Heath was
fined liccau-e hodoiervev to bo; and Gray
because lis was able to pay. He left the
court a bluer man than any (J ray ever was
before. Tim next time a man want to
break Into his house he'll bo apt to let him
M. .Nicholas Hotel, April 1, 1870.
Capt. J. Fennyston, III ; J H Cork, Ky ;
K B Smith, To n n ; J A George, Ark; J
Hordscrable, Florida; F A Ketebum, 31o;
II II Bates 111; M Oiimberls, I ml ; Gen.
Clark, 111; N Yocum, do; J Meddly, do;
J Buhr. Ohio: (J NVilbKvk. Ky; A C
do; General Adams, do; Taylor Young,
Ky; W Hendricks, do; T H Halce, do;
John Norton. Kv: K O Gravet Mo; F
Ito-s, City; W Scott, III.
Go to J, t). Bagwell, Photographer,
corner Klghth street, and Ohio Levee, for
iilcture. Carte de lites, etc, Having
made arrangements with some of tho best
artUU of our large cities, he respectfully
solicits tirder for copying and eulirg-
tni' old picture". Call at his rooms and
ee specimen of work la that line,
"Hm.S ATTKSIIS VEMT."
No axiom was inoro aptly illustrated
than in the rapidly increasing demand for
1 Uooloy's Baking Powder." Its merits
consist in its purity, economy and quantity
required to produce sweet biscuit", rolls,
pastry, etc., compared with other baking
powders offered to the public. No short
weight, but "good measuru itid running
over ' guaranteed. It will keep in any
cltmat't. Manufactured by Dooley and
Brother, New York, and for sale by gro
ers generally. a inws
(UU Honor, iudga Pid J. lukvr, prrsidlng.J
Tho court couunonced this morning ; and
the grand jury was organized. Up to noon
iio other business lusu been transacted.
DEAD BEAT JQCELYKJ.
HOW HE IMPOHKII (TON
AXB HIIK. HKHl'I.T.
Sometime ago, a man by tin; name of
Addison II. Jocelyn arrival in Calm frotu
Bhawneetown, wherohe had swindled otno
unfortnnato mnn out of several hundred
dollar, and attached himself to Perry
Powers' Varieties Troupe. He w a sharp
customer, did the heavy blowing for the
troupe, and played the tamborlne. He win
a printer, an engraver, a painter, n negro
mlintrel,aventriloquUt,mid irnnil. Alter
awhile ho trained complete nwndancy over
L Power and proceeded with a great deal
of nonclmliinco to live at Power expense.
Finally, the Wizard Oil men appeared In
town with a beautiful wagon, and Jocelyn
became poiseFcdofan Idea. Heainl Power
would iiHlnta wagon with gorgenu color.
bottle a lot of oil, cull It by alt attractive
hnm'e; and perambulate the country, lng
Inc Kong, plavlng the tamborlne, pructtc-
Iiil ventrllimuism and lollinc.tho oil. He
aw a fortune in tho project; and o did
Power. At Powers' expenu the wagon
vwa prepareu, a reany eiegani wagon, mm
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tho horses fattened and rubbed down
ready for work. Jocelyn suggested that
h should tako tho four horet and the
waxon and start for Memphis, and that
1wars should fol ow in a few flays. '1 lie
suggestion was adopted. Within a week,
Powers followed his man Friday. Y Hon
he arrived in Memphis he ascertained that
Jocelyn had "gone back on him;" had sold
the horses and the wagon, and was having
a"Ulgn oia unio on me procceus i nm
sale. He wa looming a a
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snortlnc man. taking In all the a-
loons, and other places or evil report, i ow
cr dropped on him In tho middle of a
grand apree, and an officer whoaccom
panled the deceived Perry took him under
his care. Jocelyn 1 now enjoying mia
self In the Memphis jail. When heobuln
his freedom, he ihtuld take up a penna
tinnt rrsldenco In the Bluff City. He i
adapted, by education and acquirement.
to citizenship in that Interesting com-
THE JUNCTION R. R.
SHALL CAIRO SUBSCRIBE TO THE
A petition is being circulated, praying
tho City Council to submit to tho voters of
the city a proposition to subscribe $100,000
to the capital stock of the railroad company
that will agree to press forward tho work
to build a road from opposite Cairo, to tap
tho Ohio and Mobile road somewhere about
twenty-four miles south of Columbus
This petition has received tho signatures
of nearly all the vax-payer of the
city ; and, it follows as a matter of course,
that the prayer of the petition will be
Then will come up the question: shall
the city make tho proposed subscription ?
There can be no doubt In tho mind of
any person who has given any thought ft
all to this subject, that a road tapping the
Mobllo road would be of immense Imjort-
ancu to Cairo. Our trade is with tho South,
and tho closer our communication with
that section of tho country can be the bet
ter forthocitv. St. Louis is now endenv
orlng to secure this trade, and Is In great
fearof tho efforts now being made by tho
Illinois Central, and somo of our citizens,
to till up the gap between Columbus and
Cairo. We are. therefore, called
uiion to uo an iiiav in
us Hen to secure th-j completion ortnis pro
iccts audit tho subieriptlon oi iw,uuu
will do It, the cost will provoto ! noiiung
In comparison with tho benefit derived.
As a matter of course, tho proportion to
subscribe will be submitted by tho Coun
ell with all necessary guards thrown about
it, sothat tho city can In no possible way
ljse any thing by her action in making
THE XVTH AMENDMENT.
Prtparatloa for a Uraad lrhrlln-AII th
Coaatr) Hoana adohi laviira in mac.
Our colored fellow-citizens are prepar
ing for a grand celebration of the ratlflca
tion of the X Vth Amendment, on Tuesday,
HUh Inst. The day will be observed In an
appropriate manner; and it Is expected by
thoso who have tbo management ot tno
affair that it will bo the grandest display
ever made in Southern Illinois. Invitu-
tlons havo been extended to tho citizens of
Metropolis, Carbondale, Caledonia, Villa
ItidL'e. Mound City, Columbus and
Padutab; and answer havo al
ready been received that the colored peo
ple will very generally turn out. In tto
morning divine services will bo held from
10 to 11 o'clock, and a procession will form
on Fifteenth street and proceed through
several streets of the city to Washington
Hall where MeKsrs. Ltnegar, Mtinn, Bird,
Newman and Scott will deliver addresses.
At night a "fair" will bo opened for tho
purpose of obtaining money to defray
SKV BAT DYK OH ".NOT A BIK t
But ask for PHALON'S VITALIA or
SLAVATION FOR THE HAIR. Exam
ino it, you will find It clear ; shake it, you
will sec that It hat no sediment, apply it to
your head, beard, whiskers or mustache, if
grey or grizzled, and the color they wore ;
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oeiore mey laacu win reiurn o "
PARHONN, 1AVIN fc CO.
Goblets now style per set 65c.
Tumbler, por let 36c.
Glass sets, (4 piece) $1.00
Glass bowl on foot 60c.
Tea cup and saucers per set . .35 70c.
riatcs full size per set 50 70v.
I'ockot knives 10c.
Knives and forks tier set 00c.
At No's. 6 and 7 Tantb St. t
CAIRO BULLETIN, APRIL 4, 187Q.
HKVIVAI. IN II.VITY PUK
CINCT. OLII TOI'KIN !OIM! HACK O TIIKtlt Cl'I'V
Htrnts ltrr' Jiosen Ml h DUcmuil.
b'omc time ago, a saloon-keeper of Cairo
removed to Unity precinet, and established
himself In business. Being expert at the
buslnessof mixing liquor, ho compounded
many drinks which were delicious to the
palate of tho Unity drinkers drinks mi
excellent that even the old drinkers of tho
neighborhood, who hud been warm friends
of straight whisky, fell Into collide of de
light and devoted thetii'olve. to the pleas
ant buslms pfdrinklng, after their manner
of voting, early anil often. And the young
men! Thev outran their elder, iiihI
Inink without ceasing night or day. Good
Lord deliver us all from temptation I And
e-p.rinlly deliver tlio young men irotu
the temptation of the flowing bowl. A III
are it contents not UeiieiniM r v nen
outside the door tho "owl wHli all his
feather Is a-eold," and winds that come
from somewhere in the neighborhood of tho
North pole, are howling like old devils
who havo practiced howling ever slncu the
tlmo they wcro kicked out of heaven, is it
not the' nearest approach to
Elysium on earth to fit
around a bright lire, with a pleasant com
pany, nnd drink whisky puncher, steaming
and fragrant punches mixed by an expert
band, like Herbert's, Fitzgerald s or Mai-
ker's? Ami, in Miniiiier-tiine, when the
heat Is like a furnance, how refreshing a
mlntjullp, with the fragments of Ice boat
ing the glass and making music, that can't
be excelled not even by the music or the
Cairo .Silver Cornet Band I There is noth
ing like It nothing.
What wonder, then, the drinkers ot
Unity, and particularly, its young diink-
er, went to extremities this Winter with
our expert saloon-keeper punches! Drun
ken men became numerous , and were
daily growing In numbers. Matter grew
to be alsrmlng, and Judge Hodge , and
others. rvolvcd to induce the unfortunate
awa to leave their cup. Accldetitly a
temperance society was organized, and
many speaker raited their voices In the
good cause. Only one voice from Cairo,
however, was lifted in the unfortunate
neighborhood; but It was potent. It
"snatched manv brnnds trom the burn
ing." The good work was prosperous. J ho
tempcranco revival necame a succes;
and it is now fashionable to be
saber in all tho neighborhood about Unity.
Indeed, wo have been told, that a drunken
man has become the exception to tho rule;
that men who always drank now drink no
more, and those who never drunk havo less
Inclination to drink than they ever bad
before. It Is confidently believed that, If
mlntjullp are not Introduced into the
Unity community during tho very hot day
of Summer, tho converts from the bowl
will stay converted ; but, if mint Julips
rhould be introduced, nobody but Oough
or Mrs. Patter-on could picture tho conse
MotaliU llihter Son In Ihr ( II j-KiUlhlllon
aiiae Aimnimqi tu.iifiii.
The coming tight between Allen and
Mace, at New Orleans, Is already attract
ing the notable characters of thu ring in
the direction of the Cre-cent City. Sever
al have arrived rn route, in Cairo, and pro-
po-o to remain with us a few days. They
have united, under the direction of Charlie
Collin, "the cast-Iron man
to give an exhibition of the
manly art to-night at the Athenieum, and
a "high oldtlmeiunyliecTpccled." Young
Daily, a rising man In the profcrsloii;
Johnny Gallagher,(bettcrknown as PaUey
ShePliard s novice), a gay boy with his
maulers; and J. . Jones, the great I n
known, anil several other, will appear to
night, and give the public a taste of their
And our amateurs will ulo be out In force,
and add zest to the entertainment. S
imdT , two well. known citizens, will
wrestle; A II , will show his agil
(tvj C will stand on bis head;
1) will perform the very ditllcult
feat of placing himself In two different
poMtlo is mi tho stage at t in Mime time
and .1. (or rather II . i W . will
crawl Into n very small hole, and with
great abilty pull the hole In after him. It
is expected that the City Council and Ills
Honor, tho Mayor, will b present to see
this dirtlcult feat performed. Of course
tho imuro will lie crowded, and an aiuuilng
timo may be anticipated.
CAl'T. IIINl'K'S MKW WIlAllr' IIOAT.
Capt. Hindu has been on a visit to Me
tropolis inspecting his wharf boat, now
being constructed at that place by .Messrs.
Cutting A: Co. Tho boat will be the larg
est of It kind ever built in tlio Wet, and
tho greatest care will be taken to make It
in every particular as nearly perfect as
possible. Its dimension will bo as fol
lows: Extreme lentlh 31 fret.
Length of Usnis f0J '
Moor . m 0 "
Depth f hole "
C.tru'i box, in lunpth - 11
Cr!o box, In width 4i
Lower story, in lli clear la "
Upper s'ory, in the clear 5 "
Th enmnlctest stock of gentleman's
filrni,t,ing goods In tho citv, is to bo found
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nv .uiiivi nnv.
il lor s. it won in bo a
romarkablo want, indeed, in tills lino that
Iiiav run nnl natUfnrlnrilv suniilv nt tbn
verv lowest fk'tiros ruliliL' in this market
ver lowest U,urus niinik in win luurm-i
They never tiro thu eye. They lust
many year without cliaii;o, They uro
perfect In every particular. Thoy are
warranted not to break. Call on Tabor
Hroa., our well known Jewelers, and ask
about then. m29dawlm
ii.inmrAitn for balk.
Go to C. W. Henderson for anything In
I il... 1 1 ..1 1 I w.1 r.i1, n a Itisla T.lllLo
Screw, and. i general assortment of shelf
lot of Garden Ililpll-
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menl, such a Hakes, Hoes, Manure nnd
llav Fork?, elc, etc.
Mr. Hemler-oii has also just received
tho largest and bet stock of cooking stoves
ever brought to the city, and mils cheap
for caiih. '
n,oti:iii ri.otvmtsi ki.owkks!
The beautiful double Genuieum, a very
rare specimen yet among that lovely class
of flowers, represented in an excellent
picturo at our Post Olllce, nlso a No. 1
collection of perpolual blooming Hoes In
all shades of color, Verbenas Poaiiic,
Cinerarias, etc. etc. Now ready arid for
rale lit the rt.i(luncu of Amandus Jaeokel
on 1Mb b'etween Walnut and Ceditr streets.
uis riiwl 4m
Mi ..r. Miller and Miller hasu Just re.
eclvtil nn unusually large, well aborted
anil strictly fashionable- supply of piece
goods, to which they ak especial atten
tion. Tho lot embraces the finest cloths
and easslnusr.s ever brought to Cairo, anil
such a variety of styles that all tastes may
bu accommodated. Suits or garments
from these goods are made to order in the
best manner and latet style, and at flg
ores that will defy competition. For
proof of this they only ak to be put on
trial. At all event call around and see
the new goods. Jan-'otf.
Dan Able. Columbus Mlnneo's, t'lteJliiimt
f... .! ii.ii.i.nrLf Msrb.eCltr. Mcnilmls
Itovrr. do City ul Cnlio, dn
IMIe Memphis, St l.nul KHtillle, ETiusrtlle
In HniiiOrr. do
M i: l urejtli,
do Kllgour. Louisville
do LenilTs-nder, di
do Antelope, Nt Orleans
do tiioesbeck, do
tin ColumblR, do
A Hiker. Tena liner
II Arthur, tlo
W J Wicks, do
Uobi lliirn. .Memiihls
ColUi.fll, Ne Orleans
It. II- .Me i ph s Memphis
vim Orr, do
hi Kour, .NVw (lil'uns
l.ftil Tender, do
(I fiffi.eck, Cincinnati
Kol.t llurni, do
Mnrble City, do
Fur Wel. M i.mus
Col uiibln, do
City of Calm, iio
Urun.nlcU, M l.ouis
The weiithcrcleared off brightly beauti
ful ycterdny which was quite a rebuf to
the minds of thov; w ho bold to the Idea
that if ruin falls upon the Ilrst Sabbath In
April, llvo more rainy tfablmths will fol
low in succesilon.
Husino open fair.
The MU-lsslptil Is siHl swelling slowly
at St. Louis, but the riu in the upper riv
ers is notsogrentas was expected nnd has
nearly expanded itself.
At Pittsburg tho Ohio Is nIng .rapidly
with 1 1 feet In the channel. Alo at Cin
cinnati at the rate of 12 Inches per day.
At LouNvlllo the river 1 at flood tide
and rising one Inch per hour. Twenty-
three feet wnter Is reported In the chute
over the falls.
The Cumberland Is falling with 17 feet
on Harpeth shoals.
Here thu rWer has risen one foot In the
past '21 hours.
Tho City of Hvansvlllo brought for
0. 1). "WlUlniiwin 1 bid onion itt. C. II.
Woodward l"l MU spokes 4 (do hubs, and
the following for shipment south: !!') bill
meal "5 do Hour 11 hog 107 sacks eorn 1 1 1
Tho Sam Orr brought for II. S. Harrel
lot furniture. I. ('. Hnllmnd !! pkg sun
dries, and forXiiw()rleunfl!5Ukcorn.
The Indiana brought 2f( Ml hides 33
lilul sugar 17 boxe baiianat for Chicago.
The Indiana brought 10 tons scrnplrou
12 bales cotton AO bid Cotton seed oil for
Tlio Arthur discharged ohhd sugarCsacks
coffee 51 bbli mollaac.
Tho He.ubllc added here 1,71)0 bbls
flour, .1,300 k com, 21 k oats. 2&0 lnll
hubs, 03 bbls whisky, It bhds tcbacco f ir
Nuw Orleans, and u large lot sundries for
The Talimnn brought 17 bhds tobneco
for New York ; 20" iio, 275 blls flour for
tho South ; 20 bales cotton, 10 bills paper,
28 crates, 104 pkgs buekets, 222 bars Iron,
for St. Louis ; and 200 empty bbls for
Fulton V Son, Cairo.
The linker brought 37 bbls peanuts, for
Cincinnati; I bales cotteu, for Loul.ville;
2d bale cotton, for the South, .'I'J rolls
leather and 13 -k hair for St. Louis,
The Tnlliiiiau is the regular Nashville
packet this evening.
The A. linker Is the packet for the Ten
Tho Commonwealth Is lading, a ml will
leave for New Orleans to-night.
Louisville is at present enjoying un.ur
pus'td water privilege. Tho wharf ien
tlrclv submerged and thu llr-t stories of
thu hoiies along tho river front below Sixth
street have their floors covered with a foot
of water while tho cellars on tho cross
streets urn inundated. Ascending boai
are using the a raw In tho bridge on the
Kentucky side over the canal enuanumenis.
Cairo Is iryif nt high, and a tho present
rlso has about expended It-elf in the upper
rivers we reel salo in saying u win
main so for tho present, at least.
tMMltlMtSMtlHMtU', , , s(stn, ,
Public notice Is hsreby given I lust sealed bids for
the imri'hnse of the Market lluuse, now- lneated
on U'j.liinulon avenue, between .Ninth and Tenth
streets. ill be rtceived until -Saturday, Oili day ol
1 .-i I 1... l.A li.l.l e,llnlnllll..f.r Ihn lllv
I ("Unell of tlio city of Cairo. All bid must 1
Jmle H(h he m,jfrtl,nijnB, that Hie amount
.'III. I'M.', I'l lit" V"lltttlMu ...v..
. r .1. I I m All l.l.lu I..
ln.i i in I. ii nulii in I'hiIi. mid the billldlni' rt-inor
ed uiilun tinny days fnuu tlm day on wiucliilie
bids is (iprnod and accepted.
Hi. Is should beduecled to Joenh Mendel, ic
retan of IbeCoiiilillltee.
. v LKO KLKI1, Chalinuu.
Cairo, IU., April 4tU, 1870-d3.
Of the ronJIIIonof llin
PITV NATIflNAI RINK
W I I I II M I I W II H fc wnill
(!lo!i! of BiialitraK, March 24th.
Loiui hikI illsoouats " . i!.. ! i
IT. S. llimilstu secure rlrvilinuoii ...
no IIStKl... V'... in
ralipr HlnnUH nmi hiinils.
ifi.o. I) 1I
Hue (rum KcileeinliiK an iw""
.KCiits ; -
Iluo Irom older .N'MIoiihI lliuikn..
Due from other Hsnks nnd lliuikir...
Other real eUto
Taxes paid ,
(inliltiiii(hii'linl'K-''i"i' f.W' w
Itilli ornllicr .itloimi o-umr- ki,m.t vi
I.esl Tender .Note'
J, 111 f.T
MutllntfJ amis rent to Tres. rer of
l'. for reiieiiipiui
CuplUl t;'l! paid III
mirpiii ruiei i;
KxeliHtitte t .iffi
ItilriKl .'A'i !
l'rotlt nu.l l.us "K""
ClrciilntloiimitslnndltiR "MY.' "!!
Hue to other liiuile ami llsnker
STATE OF ILLtNOwTTJ
County of Alexander, J
I. A. Jt. Hsirord, CmIiIit of the City Nstlon.tl
Hnuk of t'slro.do Kiileiuiily MnheHtiiiVM stale
inent I- .rue to Ihe A'SimXu
horn nnd .ubsonlxd lo In foro iiih ll.l. al.t day
or .surd., .. .
"'o M. WILLIAMSON, l
it. II. Cl'.S.N'I.NUllASI, J-Directors
HMTV V)IUTK. J
Ot mo roil'iutouui
FIRST NITIONU BANK
Onli o, XlllxxolM.
Clone of lltiHlne, March 24th, 1S70.
RKKO VKt'KH I
Loins nn l discounts
It. .. ltiiiiils n secure rlreiilnllon -
Olhsr stis.'ks, bondiHiid iiinrli?.Kes....
IJ a. Ilomls ninls'iiti ie ou.i i...
Due from Ueliriiuii( nnu nsero
Due from othr .Nstinnal It.mk
Dim from olhsr lUnks snd lunksrs
21, (CI 2S
Ks ftte . -.
Furniture nnl nxttires,.,...
Curreiu exn. -
c..h lisms. ihcludiriif st rnl'S
Csslmn linnu, tuns ominsr.j s
Fraction I eurreney
1 ,.M sO
... V,"M l
I.eKni i siiurr ..wir-
CKpltal .etoek ...
r.aiiaiiK ........ ... .... ..'
t,:i I OT
Profit and lo-
i ui a- k.sji si
Due to lUnkssnd llsnkers
C'llxMllsllon oi)tt"tid UU....
STTE OK ILLINOl?,!,,
County of Alexander. I
1,0. N. lluchss. Csshler nt the First .Nstlonsl
lUnk of (.'aim, d'i oletiiiily wer Ihst lbs lelos
n.i.ini ni ! irue lo tlx br.t of n.v kfiiiwledirs sihI
uiisf. c S. IIL'olliy, Ciiisr.
Subserilx" nd swern to bsfure ins ihUSUt dy
of Wsreli, A. U. isio. n. i. .
D. llllltD, ")
ItOIIT W. MI LLKIl, J. Director.
JOII.NT KKNNIK, )
IASi: A.I COMFORT.
Tin-re Ii nothing o Billable a IVrfrclicht
and VrlWt"iiilili nn nl U i-t inl by iiiiii
HKIIKKCT HI'lHTU'Li:1' TliedltJI. Illty of I'ro-
ciiriiiKHhlvh Is ui ll known. .
3Icssr. LA A HI'S X MORRIS,
Manuf.iclur'rs of tlx Crlrliratud
Having, after yrars nf Kiperlenei., Expenrnsnt,
and Ihe erection uf eiistly inaehiner). Iwen eniib
leil to I'roducc tlw.t (.rand Iivsidrrntuin,
Which have bsrn srd 'tfth unlimited atisfariin
to ihe wsnrers In Msi'luis tt. Ithmle llnnd, l'in
neeticut, New Hiiiijeihire, Vriniont, Maine, New
York, New lersey, Pi'iHl'llcnnu. Ohio. MlcliUnn,
Wl.ionsm, Illinoi, Mliine.niH. Kmisis, MHoiiri,
Inn h. hi). I nil the llrill'li Trnvini'ss, dtirini; the
mat lx'een Jiuirs. Tho celebratrd I'erlii'ted
!N"ovor Tiro tho Eve
Audln-t many )mrs withnut chanee. Messrs.
Lut irni A Murrla haie uiiiiuled
WATt'HMAKFHN. JF.WELKRS AMI
Drnli rs In all kinds of
American nnd FoicIiii WiiIcIich,
Fine Jewelry. Diamond', Solid Silver, Plated
Ware; nUn Mniiufui'tiirers of Jewelry nnd Dm
USTo. 83 Ohio Levoo
Sole Acents for lids pl.tee, from whom onlv can
llieybuobtniued, .NO I'lIDDI.IIIIs KMI'l.oVLD.
ManufuclurinK Oj.ilcUn, llnriforil.C'iinn.
gT. C I-AIIt IIO I I..
Cor.ThirdauU Market Nlrrrta. 1
ST. LOUIS, MO,1
Terras $2 l'er haj,
Honse Furnished with Best Sprinnc Beds ,
Hiinserenlrallylneated. lluss for all trains J
fieneral It. It. und Hteambor.t TkUet offlee in the
J. ClIESLEY, Proprietor.
i into tiiansi rr.
CMS T. HIM
CAIRO TRANSFER CO
THROUGH BILLS UDING
Given to nil Available I'olnts,
BY RAIL OR BY WATER
St, Louis, Cairo & New
Orleans Packet Co.
Til re aTKAMRlia
.ENTUJKKN, Msi .
VAN iiMiK .Masin
., Me OlID, Mailer.
. u ( i. or, .Mtst
CI I Y III AI. SO.V,
tll.lVB III! A II.
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t ll.M I.N S..N T A
W. II. Aitrin it,
CulliiHlC;( nil ilia hnssl nmi IslKst IhiI oill 'it
ter orl.'isns Ti s s-trsmer
'!. I.Y - stasler,
Will IrMSn .MOMi.W r.VJ.MMi, AI'IIIL 4lh.
t'biiui. 1 i u il Uisii villi 'rin Line uf
Mrstl l r lo
LI vs rmul, .rv Vurk, llitslnu, ami (la.1-
s Ion. Tflst.
I'eu)(srs and -'fiiiipers i reis mi eue ul iti-
linrnitf t 10 I'lllll'tllKil) s. ul
(.11 Ah. T fllSDK
flsnsrst Aitsnt, I'u'm
Ollies, nn Whrjtisl, 1'nMie ljndtnr.
Memphis and St. Louis
T)is f, ;Is nit bot-ioniir '
run m the fiiliuvuij; erUrr
Ih Liocsnd rll
Art'T" at riro, AmVe si rir
sr.Ll.rsr UifW, Tue'ds, Ap.ii '-"lurdarl a. to
CITTOKCAIHO, Thnrly p. M mlay.l ajr
mi.li: Miuriu ',iirlv, ..siul.hur., I .n
Arrise at (fcilo l.e al I siro
MA KllLi: I ITT, l:eiy altsr- Kvrry sltrr
., Mati , nate ntiilay, iMiie -no is),
LI'MINAHV. aila.ii.. attain.
Conwas, Ma.lsr, " " I " . "
Jl'LIA. i r.iery alter- I my alter
Cnllslian. Malrr. liat- U'wllies- . al. Ws.ltiss.
Itl'llll'OV. , it'), si I h III. 1 i, t III.
Hlakr, M'r.l J i -m "
(Vinneeniiysl! l.in illi
Norllirtn I. In I'mfcrl Coiiiiaii) ,
Kerikilh I'aebsl l'iiniiaii ,
(lotah lat'lsel Coiiiisii y,
nmi Va lolls IImOiiihiI l.llira
At Memih w t'l
Mrniilils anil Willis lltsr. r I'arliel Co.,
ArSiaiisa. Kl.rr Park. I (iuiiali',
Mtnii!lla anil Cllhl Irlull K. !(..
and .sl.l..liil A. 'I'emie.s.e II. H,
At V k' ir w tli
Vsinit Itlsrr Parkrin snd
VlrkslillIK mill .Slrilillnil Kallrnad
Oiv.ni II.P iinb bdislad i.tfael ! -kets lo II vsi1
on. Ms U nel nr r ver.
(.HA.". T IIIM'K. Iiimral Ateol.
KI. K SlrtMlN. Tiekel and t'.usnirei Aent
Nashville and 'Cairo
fpSL K Conslillnj; ot the lollowln
...lnrnll.l .n..i.ni.i.p sli.MriiAra;
."i"' ... -.
STRflNT! Muter i
Lenses i;viy .Momliiy al 4 I.
IIAUMON Ma..er ............ClerS
Leuies l.serj Tiiurasluy ill 4 I'.JI.
DA IS Matsr -.. Or
Uairs l.vsry Nulnrilaj- at 4 l M.
TliroiiL'li IIIIK Lmlliif,' (ilvpn VI. Naali.
IIIc nmi (aim I'uckutN and
Tii XiiHlisllle. t'tiallniiouKa, Tcuis.t At
Ini.ln, t liniibii.. Koine, )at-cili, VU
(Jitlii.- V si I'oliil. lit oi'urlovsrn. Mil
liiUtl'ls Si . la. t ivlilnilli.. Ala. Ma.il
Kiiiiic.)', .Im i S'liarlisHluii. St. .1 Hrlssia,
Alu.i Nasiinali, Un, VllmliKloii, s. . .1
( iiIiiiiiIiIii, S.S .. I .
CHAS. T. HINMK,
A Kent at Cairo.
Memphis and Cincinnati
ni:.N!tV JO.NKrs. I'res'l. HAM J. 1IALK, See'y.
tfv (oniioea oi ma iniiowiaji "
.'!l!y'jjy v etiisi steamer.
AI.H'K II KAN InlinHunk, Master
I Itlllt'T llllllfs Is ..rrniun nn
. yu..i:i.A .W.H.Jtller
MI.VKII msiUA lion M. Memelss "
1 ft AM J. IIAI.fr: W.P. Walner "
One of the above SlUendid steamers leave Cairo
! for Memphis every Tuesday and Haimday, and
for Cincinnati every Friday and Svitunbiy,
Evansville and Cairo
fff-T."s. Consisting ol the following
-ggaifcpP.Silundi(l l'usseiiKer Steamer
Armada. - .
DU?OUCIIKT Master KOWLKK O.ek
Lenve Cairo Hiuvlay an A Thursday at (i n
DEXTER Milter GHAMMGR ClerU
Luave Cairu Tuvsday and Knday at 6 p. m.
CUAB.T. HINDE, Aen(.