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. A cottage wllh lira rooms, toMhor with Jxit
JJ. In Illwk 4), cilr, situated on Walnut, be treen
Mhand 101 It atreeta, porl'it tide, will m ';Mrry
owiurcaan, Apply k
March 21st, 1871.
No. 71 Ohio i.ftf.
Offlreof th Cairo A- 't. I,oiiliHollroi. Co., I
Cairo, III., March -Jltl, 171. I
mating oi thn Director of thin ComDanr
will lt lld Ml Stonily, tho 27th tmtant, at 10
n'cln'k, a,m.,allli!Boiilhi'rn Itotrl In the city of
HI. Uula, Mlaacurl. H. HTAA1H TAYI.OH,
Tlieropartnerahlplierfttcfiir exlatlnj( between
T. K, PrarJe. nil K. W.lMtnllndi. under tii Ann
nei'in of the Uajro Hot 'and litakel Co
tnnnili iiiTlntfoli hie laletut (herein to J IV.
I. It I ij.
K.ll IW.IesandJ.W. I.ealle will ennllnu- tho
Miainete uii'liir tho Kotnn firm nmo a? heretofore,
payal d.bta and rclltot nil the oiit.tandlnKa of
tin In firm, K. K. IT.nill.rW,
J. W. i.k.h.ik.
m iaoierii 'I.'
f nmtnui i-on.eiit, v w i;
d? rit iClro.MwotiUl7t, 'r- . - : rnwllm
COMMI &8ION FORWARDING-
J I'lflM.H'N A CO.,
fluocMtori m K. II. Ileadrfeka k tin.
i. CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
t-IUMIAI. AHV!I( J MAHK . (lift,
i , ( Htummmffrn.
At brarwrel to re-sire. ttvrn Atd foriail
(TI(M lo all point, ani tm nt-t afl on rum
OtHl tllto ll t I'l Wfl lT('l'l.tO
tirta T. I'aui
H.OL It,tOlt..OA J N, II A V,
an l tlralrri In
lime, Cement, Plaster Paris
Car. ih Nlrecl and Okl JLcree
JfiO. M, PHILT.IN,
piun-oiaorlo rirkr i'hlllia.)
And IJralrr In
flour, Mr ill. Hay, Cera, OutM,
Cor.lOth St.&Qhio Levee
1 CAIRO. IUL1NOIN.
E, C. CM
AX II CM
&80Mo Lcree, lit National Hank
Itejal atlntlon lm to the pureau uyl aaia
FLOUR & GRAIN
Bi'oruaon or Altai i Co,,
General Commission Merchant
Km. 1UU, Ohio JLcvce,
noTlllf CAIUO, ILL.
IffERCJII A .NTH L
FLO TJ K
' kC'alR0 ILUKOIS.
NEWS OF THE CITY.
Flock. C'hofcoFftmllyF.lour jtj"tlbla
half bids., tacks 'Ac!, for sale at the Kg p.
tlnn Mill.-. hu
- jt j
If you want a got A, atyliln anti'm-ll
fitting tultof clothes.amade to order, yoUj
mnstgo to lNoir,rKp.791OWoXecS&
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Who li It that does not llko smoking
hot biscuits for breakfast? Tho Fumo
Cook ttqVo will bako tliem In' five mlnutra'
thno by tlio wntcli.
I-jiavb Lccnn dyineptlc, for yeanj bf.
Ran to' uto tllo Slintnohi Wvcr TtcguTntor
two years njjoj it Iihk nctctl liko a charm
In my cit.o. Kkv. .1. C. HOI.MK3t
mar'JIdiwlw ' Clayton JXW
Fancy (iooDH. Attntlon it culled to
tliu ttock of funcy nooU and cUlna toyi
ioVl At prlco t ult tho'tlniM,'nlf, dollar
rtlcla nt th Dollar Store.
Call nt E. H. O.wnld & Co old itnnd
on Commercial, A vn no. ni4lf.
hnwisu .Machi.vki. Thrxfi wanting
hwlng Jliicliinci ahoiild remetnlt-r thnt
WhcoUr A W'iUon'a nru the best In ue
Tlioy aro tinfurpumd for light rnnnliig.
flioy will out-warn any in uo. Call and
J. C CAJt3N, At;ent
mVtf. 12, CVni. Avenue.
I)" or TiMr. Houiokoepcra hou!d
not uxporimt'nl with untried Iovm, If
tboy would ave time nnd rrlonoy. Tho
Charter Oak hfi been lotted by time, and
! ganranticd or your money refunded.
Tim it n truth tailly proved. Aik your
Foit .Sai.h. I will fell my tiouiunndbtt,
tituatod on Washington nvunu, wutide,
between llli nnd th atreeta, Culro, lilt
Tim liou.ii ii a twit'ry frntn, ilnUhoti
thrutih.Mit, and contain elijht room, con
vcnieiilly urrnupml. Ciit'irn, outhoutf, etc.
Term ay. .JOIIX SIIKKIIAN.
Okiia.nh. Smlth'a Anicrienii Croatia
glvo jn-rftct tatUfaction to all. Call and
J.C. CAltSON, ABent.
No. 126, Commercial Avenue.
PiAyo.-.Tlio Dicker llrothctt and
A. Sumnor piaiiot are In ui. nnd rccom
monded by tb lt muiiriaM. Ttiey aro
tho boat and cheapiit. Thoio deilrout to
jiurcliaH-, call on J.C. Carton, agent, No.
KB Cominmrial Arcnuc. mch'dtf
Taiikii liiu3Tiir.il, 63 Ohio Lcvec, will
ticreaftcr keep constantly on Land, direct
from thu Kaitern manufitctururi the very
bcit winter (trained purified tporm oil, for
tewing miichlcci, and nil finu and light
machinery. Thli oil hxn novor Vet been
tuperccded by any of tho manufactured
ollt, ai it novcr gumt or U alfuctod by the
weather. , dec'JStf
(ioon Nkw'h, Tho Cairo & Vinconnct
Itailripd will bo built In certain contin
gencies but tho fact It that Elliott A Ilay
tliurn urn now rocclving tholr sjiring stock
of nn-ns.', women', mltset', boyt' andchll-
drens shoot lu every stylo and of all va
rieties. Thero goods will lt told at tho
lowe't eaih jriecs.
Wo atk all of our old and now patrons
to call nnd examine our ttock and nicer-
tain our prices, but wo with it to bu dis
tinctly understood that wo want tah cut
tomtrt. No other kind need apply. Tho
credit lystatii bat pbyud out with us and
to avoid nilttnkci that create 111 will and
trouble wo have concluded to allow no
goodt to bo taken out of tho itoro on trial
unless they aro first paid for.
KLLIOTT & 1IAYTUOHN.
mi. a i .
Dr. Guiukii jit. What' You Know
Thoro it an old proverb which tayt: "Kx-
perionco It tbo tafett guide." To this
guldo tbo tick and ailing naturally turn
when catting about for tho meant, of relief.
Tboy Inquire what a medicine but done
for othort, before thoy adopt It thonuolves.
Of all tho remedies and preventives In me,
lloitettcr'a Stomach llittert nieott the test
mott triumphantly, and banco ltt Immcnio
popularity and vatt talet. The tuflerer
from Indigestion it turo to find tomo ono
among hU friend who bat Icon cured of
that ailment by tho famous vegetable ttoin
achio, ,Tho victini of foyer and ague, liver
complaint, constipation, neryout prontrn-'
tlon,-or gounral debility, liatonly to iiiaku
Inquiry In tho neighborhood whero ho ro
tldes n order to discover wjnit till stan
dard rcitorntlvo hat effected in cases timl-
ar to hit own. In thopubliahedtcsllniony
to lt morlta ho will find a volume oi
proufs of ltt tanltary properties, which It
U iuippMiblo for hU common seino to re
sist. Ho tries it, nnd tho etl'oct it proilucct
on hit tyttem niliU unuthor to thu bust of
witnesses In lU fuvqr. Thus, its mpuUi
tion,,fuuudod ou 1'acU, not aaiurliout, con-
, tlmiully tjrowa and eprcudj. Charhttant
ana-, inipottort, tomo or tpenu ero loctsi
triekitcind other whd'Uku'aiiimowliat
wider range, attompt to thrust Info tho
hands and down tbo tbi ojita of Iftvajldi,
liolr haphazard coneoctlont, at mbttitutet
for tho tonio whlcli for mi many years hat
1io?n n medicjiial ttapjo throuchout' tho
United fltatct, .Spanish AmdTlca; Canada,
and Uio West IndioK, but pujy tticceed'toa
voryi limited oxtcnt. In this rcatonlng
,nge, the people, having ascertained what
Is foully deserving of tholr confidence, de
'clia ."running" afterrttrauga godt.'l
tOpou, A'tJtci;..-7ilScuto.aho afcadow
ere tho aubtartco ti)f it goo4 advioa, and
thoic who Uoilro lo heed It lliouiu loao no
llino' In going to "Worlhlngton't gallery
and havlnc their pictures tnken. AVorth-
ington it an nrtltt who throwf tip tho
ipongo to no othor artitt, and his work
givei'cuneral tatlifactlon. lie copie and
cnlnrgej old dagucrtctypct, ambrotypci
and photograph, making them look at
bright at when .ilrit Ukcn. Cnildrim'a
'picture ho makes, n spcially, and doei
tiuch work In tbo foronoem. Tho roomt aro
over Jtockwoll & to. wook norc, on uora
tnercial avenuo. tf
Loorc Out. Mrtj.Swandcr, at her old
ttand on Commercial avenue, open to
day a now, beautiful and varied ttock of
millinery ,f(opdi and notions, among which
raay bofemrtd bafahnd bonncU of tho new
est hapct, 'and tiiott tvthloMblo braids
und ttrnwi, ladlci' under-clothing, kid
trloTct.tanoy jowolry, tho flnett French
'nnd American flowcrt, hotlery, corfota,
rlbbont, etc., etc. Mrt. Swandtr bffr
peculiar inducement: to cuttomers in the
(act that tho will tell nlli Iter
. ,n , . .. . ..'Ii
(wu a vuni, iv per .vviiw vueaper unn
can Uj bought any where olto in the city,
- Knowing that uo' livit on the 11 wrong
tide of tho atrrct" tho hat detenu Inod to
make her prices to low that there will Loin
inducement for purchasers to call on her.
All, goods, aro marked lu pUin flguret.
rMoVAL. Mrt. J.JCumiiJBg wlibot
to infortnher caA.oioAjfa4 Jitlio, public
generally that the hat removed her mil
llnry4L'ocxl from her store on EliJith.
ttreot H.thfeommodlout room on kt'oiff-'
mcrclnl Avenue, between .Seventh and
Klghth itrcvtt known as Mrt. Owold'a
ntd ttand. Mn, CumtninVi ha added
largely to liter ttok of g(od("and now hut
cheap, raoiiib?u, and fmui'dnablewl
loction of hat, bontieta, rlbbont, etc., to
which tho nikt tho attention of old and
new patroni. m'Jldtf
Hkactii-y. Owen A. I.ufkln, nunery-
nutn and florUt, propagator :ind dealer in
treei, vine nnd plant, nt Villa Illdgfl,citn
supply all the country with apple, peacb,
pear, chorry, plum, ana quince trcetj
grapevines; gooseberry, curtant, rap
berry and ttiawbvrry Uuhos ; overgreent ;
(lowering thrubt; ro.', deciduous orna-
montal trees, dabllat, and hardy flowering
plants. Ho sells at flguret at low nt tho
lowest, and should receive the patronage
of all the country round about.
Alba. William Alba, Commercial
avenue, near the corner of Kigbtli street,
hat tho most completely furnished barber
thop andtbair dreing'aat)ti Jttka city,
and respectfully Invitu public patronage.
IJa can iromlte hit cuitomen the most
courteous treatment, and workmnnthip
that cannot lo excelled In Cairo. 11 U
Tusort aro ulwayn in order, hit towel
always clean, and hit workmen always
eudy. Give Mm a trial. tf
Homkttiimo Nrwxn Still. Dn.
Ilarluian bu a novelty on hand, to which
he invites public attention. It it called
Ward's Latest Improved Uat Generator,
and it operate on a principle entirely
new, and It the cheapest and most bril
liant light Iciown. It burnt with tho
ttcadlost flame, omitting no odor and re
quiring no chimneys. It It equal to four
cil oil lam pi at ono-fourth tho coil of
each, burnlug ut a full bond at a trifling
coU per hour. Oo to Hnrtmin't, noxt
door to Athcntvum, and too tho gat tcitcd.
Fixk Kakiikr Hiior. Brown and
Kdwardt b'ave opened a barber thop in the
room formerly occupied by F. Theobold,
whore thoy aro proparcd to extend to cus
tomers tho luxury of a clean tliavo on
short notice They have In their employ
Mr. Gut Uine, whote ability In tho prac-
r tlco of the tentorial art ii excelled by none
Tho firm atk for tho patronage of the pub
lic, confident of their power to giro tatlt
Ax Imi'Oktaht Tnt'TU. The oxeitc
ment throughout the country, occasioned
by tho lato revolutionary niovotnont In'
Paris, hat nt last tpread to Cairo, and has
been made manifcit in the anxiety of
every man of good tatto to havo hit boots
and shoes made by Ehlers, who JarAo boot
and shoo maker of tho city. "His thop It
on -Oth stroct, nearly oppotlto tbo court
. Ct.AiuyOYA.N-r. Mrs., Levy, tho great
Clairvoyant, has arrived "at Cairo, aud
may t)u oonsullo'd at tbeH Oo'tntncfclal
Hotel, opposite tho posto'fflco.' Mrt. Lovy
can tell nny person' tho' laost important
fuctt t' 'i have happened In hit or her
life, tlr convincing tho most skepticsl of
her oxt.aordlnary powers.
LiCKNur.8. Mr. Pope, City Attorney,
bis promulgate'd hit bull against all mer
chants and retail liquor dealers who Jiavo
not a liconto for doing buiinesi. Hn hat
detormlqod to reach after, sill tho delin
quents. He says that lit loatt ton grocery
koopors havo been in tbo habit of selling
liquor 'by tho pint aud quart without
a license for so doing, and that tho Dalit
must bet reformed or somebody yvill be
WTKii-opo on flypK Jn,,
for whlcli n fair' rnV) of (nttrejt wijl.bo
paid and u niorfgago, on unincumbered
real estu'ta1gU-dt for'tccurlty.'Kn'!
Buli.)stj.v 0l?cJ,:or" sdMtt P. .TJrtjwer
1170, Cairo Illinois. , .mcWlLkwn
tobacco to-day at tbo Ballard Warehouse
should not Uo forgotten, it will com
mence nt half puiij itn o'clock. Consider
nbU tobacco arrived yotterday. A largo
amount will bo on thobr'eatt. We antici
pate a lively sale.
- The poltco court wrmply jcHrij.
Capt. William P. iTalllday vanlthed
from th city a few.day ago.
liar sites of iron aro selling at 3 cU,
pcrlb nalUi C5to.4 "6.-
Circuit Court will opefr out ujwis at
again on tbo 10th of April.
The' Enterprise avingt BankoBurs"
city scrip for salo at tho lowest market
Mayor' Lanadenycompollod tbo prlro
vu; pcuuier vt pay sor a ncuuxj.
Mr. Loo Kleb It ro-fexrdnz tho Southern
Hotel And otlierwlto Improving that val
Tho stron'avrA'urS-will mako lu first ap
pearance, on April 3d. May it shine
Mr. MIchttd Jlowley U.an tfflclont and
cyurttout . Qily Clerk,., lie la , tho right
man in tbe right place.
Jton't narleot to call nh'l if ra! Hwimlar
L J. l?i . t,. . ....
ana examine iter tpiendiu siock or milline
ry goodt, all of tho latcit ttyJet. It
Mr. K.H. Cunningham will fmhaekiu'
ately begin to movo hit, ttock ogoodt to
hit newbutlnes stand, on Commercial
Etgbt'nuadrcd torii of freight havo
"gooo ifunrard'' from tho Cairo city
wharfboat In tho past two dayt. Wbo't
. JCSJOSeriy. left for St lXlrthln morn
ing to mako tomo valuable additloni to
the alreadyTery complete Iltt.tcTi.v .fob
Wo aro indebted to the .Sun for a volun
tary publication of tho proipeclu of the
Sukhax WtLCTiir. Wo alwaya know
that Davit wat a jolly good follow.
Tho river U ''going down" rapidly. It
hat fallen two feut tince last report. If it
thould continue lo run out at J rapidly for
twenty-four hourt longer, good-bye tipo
The oxcimlon on the'tteamcr "Illlnolt"
was a success. The offlcors, always cour
teous, labored most assiduously to mako tbo
occasion pleasant and enjoyable, and tbey
succeeded beyond oipevtation.
.Slpe water bat bad lu day In Cairo or
will have had ltt day in a fow 'dayt. It It
beginning to leak out into tho rivor.
When it hat all disappeared the I'aducab
editors will be ditconmlate. The subject
of their daily wit, it hat beoomo to them a
necessity, and it tho only water they
City Scair. -The Kntorprito Savings
Dank will tell city scrip, In asaounU to
tult purchaaera, for tbo lowest market
Bawk SrATKMttm. We publish thla
morning tho statements of the First Na
tional and City National banks of Cairo.
The statements show a healthy condition
of affair in both institutions.
AiiEAik It it believed now that Mr.
!. II. Myers hat tlio "Intlde track" for
Chief of Police. A majority of all the
mom ben of tbo Council havo expressed
tfielr Intention to vote for his confirmation
if be should be nominated by tho Mayor.
If this expectation is not disappointed the
city will secure tho terricet of a compe
tent and energotlo city officer.
Co.NriUKMUK. Yetterday evening Sher
iff Irvln arrested t fellow on tbo charge
of being a confidence man. The soft Im
peachment It denied by tbo prisoner, but
his " looki " are sufficient to convict him
of murderUetvsoo, stratagem and spoils.
He resembles a man who had recently
graced Uio inside of si jail or had lived for
twenty years In Paducah.
n r f v- " ,
Tick .Counojl, No meeting of tbo
City Council will bo held unlets sn un
expected necessity arises until noxt Pri
day evening. Tho Mayor, no doubt, de
sires to allow the mombers ample tlmo to
tnako up their minds ib regard to appointed
officers, and other perplexing questions.
How can the city flnancos bo brought to
a'cash basis? Tbo Paducah Ktntucklan sug
gests that tho " how '' is as plain as a piko
ttalT "toll tho town at what the people
think it Is worth and buy it back again at
lu actual value." Which is n palpablo
CuowjNa. The JeraM crows lustily
ovorant'eipatod good fortune for Padu
cah, and abuses Cairo as u fuiluru. Our
neighbor will ascertain in timo tbtt ho
counted his chicken before they wore
hatched, and that Cairo will dwarf its
sleopy rlveljintocompurutivo Insignificance
that, iPsvducab is only a duco for high.
Hero is a specimen briok of tlio HerMt
way of putting 'Hhings:"
Cairo tried hard to get tho Vint'snnes
road and didn't t And Paducah has as
good Vvge'vU-ribrtbu paper aru signed,
sealed and delivered, and a brief timo will
find Its trains pouringtbelr immense wealth,
Intu tbe lap of our business men. ,
Soils. Mr. it. II. Cunningham sold b
Ohio, Leyoo, store houso yesterday for
$4,700. The bouto yss on a leased, lot, the
property of Mrs. Campbell, of SprindaVI,
Tbe loata having oxpireJCMrs. Campbell
took ,tbo hpute under, tbo Utitu of th,l
leoso, as no pneo qmBT.i,Hroo appraisers.
Messrs. Winston, Wood and Wick wire do-
terinlnod it value.
IIumoboch PADUCAn.--Our Jolly little
neighbor,' PadMab. le'ortett kumorout at
our, oxpeato, ana; sauiiy MieDer man tor
merty. In the tseu ot the J4th Inst, the
Kpttnekian tuggeett that tho Fourth
"Ward pump might bo utcd "for n atom
aclt pump for tho Cairo edl ton; " and tho
aamo we are freo to matnuln Is a remark
brimful of wit almost at full of wit at
the Faducah cdkort aro on all oceatlont
of whiaky, form hich thoy never pay.
Tho tamo paper remarks:
Tho Cairo Jlulletin tays that during
the past few wockt four hundred and two
dead hog t hava been hauled out of that
city, At tuch a rato tbo city will toon
The hoggithncts of all tbo porkers that
havo died in Cairo in tho last decade hat
been concontrated In tho joker who wrote
that paragraph. Ho It cruel, and bat given
to our aeniitlvt) nature a shock from which
It cannot soon recover.
And hero Is another bullet of tho A'fn-
Ilusinest has takon a fresh Impetus In
Cairo, and tho cltlxcn saro In ecstaciet over
It. We know that timet mutt bo brisk,
for tho Cairo liullttin tays: " Loull Her
bert hat added a clear and tobacco ttand
.to hU.rettaurant,'' A tobacco ttand anda
cignr think of Jtl If tome follow comes
along and buyt thnt cigni-, business will bo
flat at once.
Too much I Thus injury it heaped upon
Intuit. Aud this from a PaducaU man I
If ho should como alonir, ho would not buy
that cigar, but would secure It without tho
content of tho owner. That it I'aducuh t
And In this manner the htntuthan
dishes up our local news :
There wat a contlderablo ttir In Cairo
Wednesday. Tbo Deputy SherifTunder-
took to arrest n negro who had been com-
miuuigiSomoaiaDoiicaioutntgti. xno negro-shot
at him and took to hit heels.
Ofikor Arnold jumped on a horse and
started after htm. A aplrltod racuontucd,
during which Arnold snot at him llvo or
tlx timot. Tho negro ttoppod aud gave
tbo signal or turrendor, but Arnold's
horso was going to'fast thnt ho could not
check him until hn had passed tomo ills-
Unco beyond hit man. The negro took
tho back track' and concealed himself un
der ono oi tho eleven million bridges of
Cairo, where, after a long tcarch, ho wut
found and capturod.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.-A CARD.
All parties holding claims ugalust tbe
Saint Charles Hotel made provious to and
including the 31st inst-, wilt be paid on
presentation of the tamo at tho office of
the hotol. Thpse who aro indebted to
ut wo trutt will pay their bills as prompt
ly at we are ready and willing to do to
all who hare clalmt against ut Wo.
shall pay no bills, neither be accountable
for any against tbo Saint Chariot, con
tracted on and after April lit at our
management In the same will cease after
Mianai-tiiiivui u ntsiu rvtti wssvssv sjitv
isTt: a... r, A - t-k wsa-
IVIUs IMUw Ut WIIIWMIA VU VllwVIIHI Mt
cordially recommend our friends, tbe many
patrons of the Saint Charles, and the
traveling public generally, as an exper
ienced hotel kecpor and ono who wllljkcep
tho houso strictly as erf elan horn, and
whose aim and pleasure It will be to make
bis guests feci comfortable and at home.
JF.WKTT WILCOX it CO,
Proprietors St. Charles Hotel.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Xew Tlstte Table.
On and after 12:30, p. to., Sunday, Dec.
4tb, tho following time tablo will govern
thn arrival and departuro of passenger
trains at Cairo ;
Mail train leavesM 3.-40 a.m.
Express " " at Z30 p.m.
St. Ia)u1i and Cairo Express
loaves at 1:20 a.m.
Accommodation loaves at... 12:30 p.m.
Mall arrives iOi a.m.
Express arrives .12-.24 p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Express
arrlvet 4:41 p.m.
Tho last named train leaves St. Louts
at 10:30 a.m. Traders can leave Cairo at
1:20 a.m., reach St. Louis at 7:25 a.m., ro
main in tbe city threo hours, and return
to Cairo at 446 p.m, the same day.
Tho 12:30 accommodation and Cairo
and St. Louis express leavo dally; all oth
ers leave daily except Sundays.
Way passengers should bear In mind
that tho 3:30 p.m. train makes only four
stoppings botwoon Cairo and Centralis,
vie : Jonesboro, Carbondalo, Du Quoin
and Ashley. Tho 12:30 p.m. train stops
nt nil tho stations along tho route.
dccSIf Agent, Cairo.
Closing Oat Kales.
Twcnty-Ovo thousand dollars worth of
ready-mado clothing, bats, caps, boots,
thocs, trunks aud valcset aro oirored for
salo by P. Noff, 70, Ohio Levee, at AC
TUAL COST PRICKS, it being hlttcii.
t on to closo out in that line, and ombark
exclusively aud woro extensively in tjie
furnishing goods and merchant tailoring
This closing out sale furnishes n oppor
tunity to secure clothing cheaper than ever
ueioro ouercu in iuis martial,
' CITY TAXES.
Notlcois hereby given that tho dulln
quent list ofcity taxes for tho year A. D.
1870, Is now being proparcd, andcotla will
be added on and after Saturday tbo 25th
lust. Thoso who aro yet indebted for city
taxes for tho your 1870 will find it to their
interest to call nt tbo collector's office and
prevent tbelr property from being adver
tised. JQ3. 11. TAYLOR, Cily Colr.
Tbe annual uoctlng of stockholders of,
tjio'Calro and Vioccnnes It. U. wlU be bold
at th oatce of tbo ooaspany, in
Cairo, Ills, on Tuesday, tbo Mtb (4
BUtAh aJ,se,tj .Won,
nu tucn otMi .usinets as snay w iMt,
sary. D. X. LA1NID,
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLr!
That Peter NefT, No. 70 Ohio lovce, is
closing out hit largo and well-selected
ttock of clothing, boots, shoes, hats, cap,
trunks and vnlisc?, ot and
It is his purposj to embark more oxten
slvolr In tho merchant tailoring nnd fur
nishinc roods business henco tho desiro
toclosoout tho ttock abovo enumerated
marGtf i ,
Steamer Jat. Flsk jr, I'aducau,
" Illlnolt, Cnlurnbui,
" Orand Tower, St. Louis,
" Joo Flemmlng, Memphis,
" ContinonUl, St. Loutt,
" Bee and Barges, St. Louis,
" John Lumtdon, Nashville,
Mary Dandrldgo, PitUburg,
" P. W. Strader, New Orleant,
' 11 Boll of SL Loult, St, Louis.
" Jat. Fitkjr., Paducah,
11 Illinois, Columbus.
" Orand Tower, 3fcmphif,
" Idlewlld, JJvantvlll.,
, " Joo Fleming, St. Loult,
" ContlncnUl, Now Orlmns,
" Bee and Barge, New Orleans,
" John Lumidcn,
" Mary Dandridgc, St. Loul,
" P. W. Strader, Loulivlllo,
Bcllo St. Loult, Memphis.
, ffT Buslncti fair.
The river hat fallen two foet rlnto
Tho, weather continues clear nnd
imp e .- .
ar The Arkansas Hollo U tho F.vaus-
vlllo packet to-day.
CaW Tho r 1st it tlio regular and popu
lar daily Paducah packet.
WST The Mississippi Is steadily falling
nt St. Louis and above.
a Tho Cumberland Is alto declining
with 0) foot on Harpctb Mioali.
HsAt Qreonville, Mississippi, tho
wholo town front has caved Into the St.
.The Phil Allen bound up and
Legal Tender down, collided in. Miller's
chute below Memphis on Tuesday night.
Damages not scrlout.
Wtv' Owing to tho rapid dccllno In tbe
river, the ferry-bat hail boon compelled to
i . a. m tt iiis
I cUnM.her piMO of laading Trom illow
Creek to Fort Jeffenon.
tfay The Ohio Is stationary at Louisvillo
with 0 feet 10 Inches In tho chuto, but Is
falling at Cincinnati and above with fl feet
10 inches in tho channel.
The fleet fairy Fltk brought a big
load to-dcy, which pays much bolter than
excursion parties, though her obliging
clerk, Coopor, says It it not productive of
near so much fun.
& Among tbe person who Joined tho
excursion party at Columbus on tbo
steamor Illlnolt, night before last, was tbe
smiling and blushing editor, of tho Col urn
bus DUpaick, Mr. Sosnmers. So far at wo
can learn bo bohaved hlmtelf real well.
19 The 11 co and Bargei added 103 bbls
tour, 213 sacks brand, 1203 sacks corn,
247 sacks oats, 45 boxes bitters, 3 cars wag'
ons, 00 tons Iron, ISO kegs lard, 35 tierces
do, 147 boxes, C84 b'dli. handloe, for Or
bant. Hi ,
tfaTTho Jno. Lumidcn brougbtt 210
bbls flour, 40 bbls eggs, 8 crates cedar
ware, 36 bbdttobabco, i tons sundries, for
rosblpment South j 40,000 feet cedar ware,
30 pkgs buckets, SO bdli tacks for St
Loult. a,The Idlowlld brdught for Char.
Oaligher 03 sks wheat, Thorax Green
and Alden, 60 bxt eggt, 2 do butter, Ful
ton and Sont 79 tkt whoat, 4 do ryo, nnd
following for rethiptnent, 70 ski wheat for
St. Louis, 157 sks coru, 100 sks sblpstutT
14 sks eggs, 35 bbls whisky, CO bxt mdto
and a largo lot sundries for the south.
sjsTho .las. Fisk brought Ballard
Warehousa 2 hhdt tobacco, 1). Hurd & Son
3 do, Mrs. S. B. Halllday 5 pkgs thrubt,
Mls. K. Horn 2 pkgt furnlturo, O. It.
Woodward 10 kgt spikes. Olios. Oallghor
80tlourbblt, and following for rosblp
ment, 18 pkgt tundrlei for toutb,458 pkgt
wagon stuff, 1 lihd tobacco for St. Louis.
gsBrTho Mary Davidgo brought for
Uarkloy Bros., 0 bxs brundiesj Reed &
Mann, 603 pieces Iron, 105 pkgs nulls; C.
II. Woodward, 021 pieces iron, 20 kegs
nailtt Parson, Davit & Co., 23 bxs, 9 bbls
glass; U. D. Williamson, 4 bxs lesk gluts;
Dan. Hartman, 2 bbls, 15 bxs aud 1 tlvrco
glast; O. Wi ilenderiiu, a lot of stores
and sundries;, nnd thu following for re-'
shipment South: 20 bxs glass, 14.1 bids,
oil, 130 pieces Iron, 11 H pgs glass.
gslrWe clip tho following from the
Ciiie iitnali Cvmmt vc'mV "Meiuphl corres
pondent of tho 2td inst ; .
The levee at Reeves Landing, Arkan
sas, fourteon miles below here,, broke,
with slight damage to adjoining flalsW
Suyernl hundred hands, aro.Kt .work trys
log to stop the break Seat
)P the tresx seal nuirsx- i.aiuir.
intr. do far tner nave wi
So far they hare -worked Ih vtsin;
Wathlngton County, MIisIisIddL, andKo"
SMMS y tuis crevase, ana sui
wiMset boaUeW cuUlvsUs
Wlww oTtf ftwwafasxj S tj sj 1 1 jtsyH
SBttSX B SJst t tS tS
SBSSSBVS) taTOSSBSSXSSSSSJ BSjS OJ SSSSXtBTSXt SJSBr, aSXSBSSBSSSBfB SytBSBSBSBSS) aaa
li . . :i 'A.
aro to dis
couraging. The opinion of tho best In
formod is that the waurs- will subside la
lawuiuiiniw Aiunas Kivor sn
j.aKo I'roviuonco aro
under water ntnl
steamors can not land freights, except by
putting. thorn In rlHts-Tr.;on pisiform.
ltossdahyMelroso, CooWajSUfrn't, Huok-
Skipwlth and, Goodrich-ilanr
yardi havo booncovored and.tnach wood
m,OFTUE CONDITIO! OF tllK......
CITY MaTIONAL BANK
At Cairn, la the Slat of tlllaoia, M-the Clo.aof
Diialotst, ttSren tfv WT1.
axsvsjcstrM i .
tBt ara aiMotjot. . C-1:.;.;...?,..
" " on hand ....
Oilier ttoeka, lonJ and morttstcn...
Due fro ra redeeming and
reerre afftnt ..tKr,T21 M
Or from oilier AaUoaal' ,
lUnka ., e stD M
Due from other Banks aou '
l).inkni....- .... SLJQty)
(Illier tvl eaUle..
. l,1 P)
. 27.IC2 M.,
i ,i .HI
(iirttnt ptpensea..,..... 1.6X143
Taxes tld....v 1,177; 9)
UUU ot ether
rraclionat -vutTcnrr. xu-
I.ejsl Trader .N'otfi..
rSla" SU i
. tS,u,MO 01
(Surplus fur. I
,.f llai.UO Oi
Trent an-l lo...j....,.,...... lt,Tr 91 -.'ii,flw 17
National BtinlceTC'a"na ouistnn'rtbnj- On.toi is)
Dn. to Masks and Uaaktra . U,W tJ
DlTldi hil unall SO (
Tolal ...tA'.W) 71
HUts of Illlaola, Alah-U-r Cunljr, ts.
I, A. II. ftaflon), Ciahtrr M I he Cllj National
Dank, of Cairo, do aolnul)r sweat Ihat I tie aacvn
auiemcnt la true to Ihe Iwit of mr knowledfe
and Lehrf. A. B. Mrt'OIID, Caahitf .
fiilUcrll! anil aworn V) liefor rne, this ilth
darnf .'larch. 1S71. U. II. CANDEE,
correct Attest. . tar 1'utlie.
, ' R.jt!ctmi.NaHAM,
HS. 'I AYLvK. , ,
m3dtw , . Dlreclora.
,.OK TJlls COJjDITtOJW THE
At' the (froe'e'f ..I)wlns"4slllh, HTt,
' 0 .
fximm and ifacounlt ...
IK, IOI 3i
li, H. bonds lo wurclrcullloa-4Al
aiuskA. end men-
lHie 7rrm reJeeliilnj; and reseryui
Due Irom otlirr naliQaal.ltnatM..tf...
Due from other banks an J rsknrra
Kcal Estate...- .-(t.-rj-T-lil
Kumlture and nxturea
C'aali ilcms, inemdias: refeaaoso
Oirrenl ipene -.,..- -7....
Tate. psl I...
Cash on litad......u.M....M.
Catnlol atock-... ......m
V.ilianaa. .-. IhOtt Of
Intetrit....-.,... .r itatSlflT
rrodi acd lom............... ilt 37 . .
CireuUtlon Uiataadlaj' , ia
Individual deposlts..Mt f
ui.i.-f riii -nl. f-rtukSy nf Alaiganiiarf la.
I.e. s. liujjhei.caitiisr ef ao first Ntiionsi
Banknl Cairo, t o o mnlr asrtsr tLr the aoofr
aiatumeat i true la Ihe UMOlaiy kaowl i and
btlb'rlbil and aworn
r,r Sf.mh. i n im.
lo lxjf me, this
' ' . . .. nine. n.nu
E. & H. T. ANTHONY oi CO.,
SOI BROAD WAT, SIWTOKK,
lot lie Ih atut Hon of the Trad to stasir extea.
alreaaaorttnentof the atoteseod. at tana ow
rraiicttloH, aaavracrvaa as tareaoaaioa,
I'll OTO UNTER.V 8UDEH " A
.N'KW VIEWS OF TOSEM1TK.
E. sfc II. T. AsTTBMBJY SSJss.,
991 tUasswaV, Nsw Yoai,
Opposllsr MSrofilllsi Hole),
laroxuss sa auxcrictiasaa or
isvuilauaO' IlosurMN aa High Wlaes
AT CAIHO, ILCUiOH,' '
la orited fur s I by ih MadswtaM
ra.Aniblo trraia. . - i
. ., .i
tTiliotuililing la BW and'OWSafltla Ibioajbtul
lltl iiiu iiivuviii inyf0i:iivaia AtMSaSSSPllaaCea
ut" ot lha
;ure. ' " - - ww-
Thn rnaiu Imlldtnir It 51 l.v 41 ft. au.i th,..
alotiea litgh, The boiler tbe 4 it 44 by S3 r( , th.
tub atied ta 7 tr irftitesfch hhrnl belBK one
RtTtio eutue l It UB II lllSXss I '1 inela
y la 7 barrrela ixr
vonuguoua so in
m awp utKa
r rvr?3:wi' content. -Jersey p0 nt,
Catfish P5lnt, Slngor't.-'p'-rots Creok,
Kutnw, Bannbn's, ' '(Jlencoc, Lyons,
Utopia. flaln's. Luna. ColuMMa filonnr.
"mm ataa. mm nwnat unnrua