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THE CAIBO BTTLLEITIIT, 2G.
i :mi i km ch ron'sAMr
A coiim-n wild Hvm rooms, together with Lot
in iiiiH-K ii, uiiy, umintiii tin Walnut, lvween
'Jili ami luili streets, tierfw-t title, will l sold very
'r.ircli, Apply l C. WINSTON,
to. ,i uiuo l.el'oe,
Mnri'h 21l, 1471, tn'JId'it
Onr.-of the Cairo AM. I.miis Itollroad Co.,
Cairo, llli., Murulitilst, H71.
A iii(Ttln o thn Directors nf this Cnmrmny
w i) I I, .1,1 i,n Mnndy, tlm tilth in.ltuit. hi M
orli. k, n,tn hi tlivbuiillicrn llulil initio city uf
I.oiiih, Mi.ioiirl. H. HTAA'IH TAYLOR,
in. nun rri'SMfiit
I In. 'iiiirliierMilphtriof.rt Minting between
I I., l'i i'Me hi,.I K H'.K.Imiln'li, nii'li-r tli-lirtii
unliid nf I tie L'.uro liox iitnl Jli.krt Co., I thl
dsy ililnl l.r mutual content. V W. IM
iniinls hstliig'iilil lu lulrrei-l tin reiti to J W.
I t. I'i'cMch unil J. W. Leslie will continue tho
I miners tinder the tamo firm Ii sine a heretofore.
pay al dbls ami rolleut nil tho oiitUnluK-of
Hie lute firm, r. K. I'lIHIILKS,
J. W. LKU.IK.
V. W. KDMt'NDH.
i uru, March'.?!, l7l. rnMlIm
.11. I'JIIMilPN A:;u.,
Hucce,of lo K. II. Hendricks Co.l
"Wlactrf - Boat
Mlll'.KAf. AHVAXt tM maii: ON OJf.
"At prepsted to receive, atore and forward
freight to all olt,li, and buy and sell on com
srltulnis attended to with tiromtdncis.
It. W. Mil If a. t)ri T. I'AKKKa
JILI.I Jt V PAKKEIt,
I'l.OlIt, COK.V, OATS, HA V,
Xo. 58 Ohio Jjcvcc
Q LOSS AX I SVi'.XT,
M 11 ICCI I A Vl'tf,
an'! dealers In
Lime, Cement, Plaster Paris
Cor. Hili Ntrccl antl Ohio Lcvce
J AO. II. 1MIILLIN,
.-;:-o.of to Parker PhtllK.
CO IV! MISSION
An t Dealer 111
I'loitr, Jacnl, Hay, Corn, OiiIh,
Cor.lOth St.&Ohio Levee
CAIIIO. ILLINOI8. '
J !. MstnUaa. E. C. Ufcl
jyATHI!SS A. CHI.,
;SUhlo Lcvce, lut Notional Hunk
pedal attention siren to tha purchase and sole
T?L.OUR fc GRAIN
Hcccuaoator AnaaA Co.,
General Commission Merchant
0. JUtt, OIllO lA'XCV,
novllif CAIUO, ILL.
FL O TJ R
Ami Aiior.t ol
OHIO RWY.n AM) KANAWHA
No. 70 OHIO Xj 33 XT 3G3
HIVVH 1 AUING,
LNEAvS OF THE CUT.
J-'houn.' Cholcij rutnily Klour In bblj
lialf bbla., eaclu ice, tot mlo at thoEgyp-
tian Ills. uu
n .i i i i i
Ik you want ii good, ityliih n ml well
fitting ault of clothe, in ado to order, you
must go to J'. ell, :o. 0 Ohio Lovce.
AVuo Is it that (loin not IH.o imoklng
hot MicultJ for brcnkfiiit? Tho Fntno
Cool." itovo will bakrj thetn In llvo mlnutci'
tltno by tho wntch.
I iiavj: boon n dyipeptlo for years j be
gun to ttio tho Simmon' Liver Kegulutor
two cars ngo , It hiu noted like n charm
In my case. l!i:v. J. C. 1I0LMKS,
mnrl'IdAwlw Clayton, Alii.
Fancy (Jooni. Attention it called to
thn atock of fancy goodi nnd china toyi
aold nt prluca to ault thotlnic, nlao, dollar
urtlclci nt tho Dollar Store.
Cull nt K. II. Oawuld A: CVa.old Hand
on Commercial Avenue. mUf.
.Skwi.vo Maciiinm. Thcrie wantlni;
Sowing Mnchlnea ahould remember thnt
heeler & I ion a arc tho ben In un.
They nro unaurpain-d for light rnnnlng.
They will out-waro any In mo. Call and
J. C.CA1W0.V, Agent
m"lf. 12S, Coin. Avenue.
Lo or Time. Houackccncri ahould
not experiment with untried itovu, If
they would tnvu time nnd mouuy. The
Charter Oak hat beon tft(.-l by time, and
Ii guarantied or your money refunded.
Tlm It n truth caally proved. Ak your
Kon .Sam:. I will toll my liouneand lot,
tltuMml cm Wanhlngton avenue, wcit aide,
between Hh and .V.li atrceti, Cairo, Ilia
Tho I.ou U a two i lory frame, tlnlahcd
throughout, and contnltit eight roomi, con
veniently urranged. Cittern, outhouic, etc.
Turma eay. JOHN rillKKHAN.
OifJAM-. Smltli'a American Orgnr.1
give n)rfect patiifaction to nil. Cull and
J.C. CAIWON. Agent.
No. 129, Commercial Avenue.
I'lAMi. Thn Decker llrotheia and
A. Sumner pinnoi nro in uio. and rccom
mendi.l by thu b,t mtilvinni. They nre
tho hot and cheapvit. Tboio deiiroua to
purchaw, call on J. C. Cnraon, agent, No.
1:3 Commercial Avenue. inch'dtf
Tauek niioTiiciis, 83 Ohio Levtx", will
(tcreaftcr keep conitantly on hand, direct
from thu Kaitcrn tnanufucturcra thu Very
beat winter atralnud purified ipertn oil, for
aowing mnchinea, and all Dno and light
machinery. This oil hai never yet been
upcrccd by any of tlm manufactured
oil, i it never guina or ia affected by tho
0oi Nkw. The Cairo Jt Vincennca
IlallMad will bo built In certain contin
gencies, but tlioftict ii that Klliott i' liny,
thorn nro now receiving their iprlng itock
of mctta', womena', mitaea', boya andchll
drcna ahooi in crory atylu nnd of all va
rieties. Tbt-f o goodi will be aold nt tho
lowe't faiA prlttt.
Vu ak all of our old and new palrona
to call and examine our itock and nicer
tain our price, but wo with it to be dis
tinctly underitood that wo want tcuh ui
tomtri, No other kind need apply. Tho
credit ayatcm has played out v.-lth u, and
to avoid mistake that crento 111 will and
troulldwo have concluded to allow no
gooda to bo taken out of tho Horn on trial
uiiluia they nro firat paid for.
KLLIOTT & 1IAVTII0KN.
Hk Clt'iiiEii HY "What You Know.
There ia an old proverb which aaya: "F.x
perienco it tho a a fen guide." To thit
guido tho aick and ailing naturally turn
when coating about for tho meant of relief.
They Inqulro what a inedicino hat dono
for other, beforo thoy adopt Itthemaolvea.
Of all tho remedies and pravontivct in use,
Hoitetter'i Stomach Hitter meet tho test
most triumphantly, and henco iti Immenio
popularity nnd Tast aalos. Tho tuflerer
from indlgcitlon la auro to find tonio ono
among his frionds who hat been cured of
that ailment by thofamom vegetablottotn
achlc. Tho victim of fover and ague, liver
complaint, conatipation, nervous prostra
tion, or general debility, has only to make
Inquiry in tho neighborhood whero ho re
tides In order to diicovor what this stan
dard rcstoratlvo lmi effected In cases siml
ur to hit own. In the published testimony
to its merits ho will find n vol u mo ot
proofs of Us sanitary properties, which it
U impossible) for his common scnto to re
sist. Ho triet it, and tho effect it produces
on his system adds another to the host of
witnesses In its favor. Thus, its reputa
tion, founded on facts, not assertions, con
tinually grown and spreads. Charlatans
nnd impostors, some of them mora local
tricksters, and othors who tako a somewhat
wider rango, uttotnpt to thrust info tho
hands und down tho throats of invalids,
ihoir haphazard coucoctions, ns substitutes
for tho tonlo which for so many years has
been n mcdlclnnl stHplo throughout tho
United States, Spanish America, Onnadu,
and tho "West Indies, but only succeed to a
very limited extent. In this reasoning
agi tho peoplo, having ucortnlncd what
Is really deserving of their confidence, de
cllno "running after strange gods."
An AroLoor. Tho absence of tho editor
of tho Uulletin from tho city tccounU
forthotcarcltyof local matter in to-day's
Ook Tobacco Maukkt. Sinco tho last
j report, receipt havo boon 701 hogthoads,
making a total of L',085 this season, in
spllo of tho rain, which sot in early this
morning, tho Hrcnkn showed a pretty full
complement of buyori, and tho small pro
portion of rejection! was an ovidenco of tho
satisfactory status of tho market with
sellers. Tho planter is beginning to rc
ali.o tho Importanco and facilities of our
market, as buyers reach hero from all
points on tho morning of our sales, mako
their purchases, and leavo for homo In tho
aftornoon of tho samo day, making a great
saving of time to the buyor nnd resulting
In nn advantago to tbo seller. Wo must
again call tho attention of tho planter to
tho Importanco of having their tobacco In
good order, not too high, tmd put up in
good seasoned cooperage, and to weigh
from 1300 to 1800 poundi; as to quality, do
not send your tobacco to market in old
casks and boxes. You will too at a glance
tho noccaiity of neat nnd uniform pack
Salca to-day woro 63 hhds and S bxs:
0 hhds lugs, f i JO to $1 75; 11 hhds ditto,
i 7S to $3 10; 8 hhds low leaf, $5 10 to
SO; 11! lihds common leaf, f 05 to $7 10 ;
:i hhds medium leaf, $7 ft) to 'J; 4 hhds
good leaf, $10 25 to 111 50; 4 hhds piebald,
$11 SO to $12 SO; 2 hhds piebald wrappor.
$1U to $13 78; S boxes trashy lugs, f 13 and
Goon Anvici. "Secure tho shadow
nro the aubtancQ fail." is good advice, and
those whodeiiro to heed it should lose no
time in golnt to Worthlngton'a gallery
and having their pictures taken. Worth
ington Is an nrtiit who throws up tho
spongo to no oilier arm:, ana hit wort:
gives general satisfaction. He copies and
enlarges old dHgucrtetypes, ambrotypes
and photographs, making them look aa
bright as when tint taken. Children's
plcturca hu makes n specially, and dooi
tuch work In tho forenoon. Theroomtaro
over Kockwell J Co.'s book ttorc, on Com
mercial nvcntio. tf
Cknthama maket a bid for thn Stato
Cupitnl, offering itt Italian climate aud a
quarter lection of land. If tho Stato will
accept Cairo, our law makers can hold
their acaalon nearly nil tho year round, In
"Cod's first templet," mlnut tho trees.
Wo will guarantee however, lo hold urn
brcllaa over them after the mannur of the
heathen Chinee, when occasion rrquirca.
Come on, gentlemen.
IScmova l. Mn. J. Cummlngt wlihet
to inform her customers and the public
generally that she has removed her mil
linery goods from her ttoro on Eighth
street to tho commodious room on Com
mercial Avenue, between Seventh and
Kighlh streets known as Mrs. Otwold's
old stand. Mrs. Cummlngt lias addod
largely to hor ttok of goods, and now hat
a cheap, seasonable and faihlonablo col
lection of hats, bonnets, ribbons, etc., to
which tho aiks the attention of old and
new patron'. m?4dtf
AitutaTKi). Charles J. l'orklni, Depu
ty Slicrlffof Stgadahoe Co., Maine, arri
ved in thla city yesterday, In march
of f man 'named John Hodgkins. 31 r.
l'crklns had n requlstlon from thu Gover
nor of Maine to Gov. l'almcr, for tho ur
reatof Hodgklna, charged with committing
a rapo. Ho was traced to Metropolis nnd
from thcro hero, and la now In tho county
jail. Mr. l'crklns will sUirt with him to
morrow for Maine.
Alii a. William Alba, Commorcial
avenue, near tho corner of F.lghth street,
hat tho most completely furnlshod barber
thop nnd hair dressing saloon In tho city,
nnd respectfully Invites public patronage.
Ho can promlio hit cu torn era tho most
courtcout troatment, and workmanihlp
that cannot bo oxcelled In Cairo. Uls
razors aro nlwayts In order, his towels
always clean, and his workmen always
cady. Olvo him a trial. tf
IIy an examination of McCrao's prlco
current of United States produco in Eng
land wo And that tho Inhabitants of that
sea-girt Itle, cat American butter, apples,
beef, flour, and aro paying no higher
prices than the citizcniof Cairo. Kicc,
corn meal, und pork they buy for about
ono-fourth lest than we do.
An Imi'obtant Tbutu. The excite
ment throughout tho country, occasioned
by tho Into rovolutlonaiy movement In
l'nrls, hat at lint tproad to Cairo, and has
been mado manifest In tho anxiety of
uvery roan of good tasto to have lilt boots
nnd shoes mado by Khlcrs, who Is fi boot
und shoo maker of tho city. His shop is
on -Oth street, nearly oppotlto tho court
Clairvoyant. Mrs. Levy, the great
Clairvoyant, lint arrived at Cairo, and
may bo conaultod at the Commorcial
Hotel, oppotltc tho postofllce. Mrs. Lery
can toll any person tho most important
facts that havo happened in his or her
life, thus convincing tho most skeptical of
her extraordinary powori.
Wanted. 5,000 on llvo year' time,
for which u fair ruto of interest vlll bo
paid and a mortgage on unincumbered
real estato glvon for security, Enquiro at
HuLLKTiN Office, or address l O, Drawer
1170, Cairo, Illinois. mch7d&w3m
Mauhikii. Mr. II. KIchhotT, of tho Arm
of Eiehhoff ilroihors, of this city, was mar
ried lust Sunday to Miss Katy Fahr, of
Dongola. For the fair bride and happy
groom wo bespeak a long, prosperous and
THIS AND THAT.
Citt scrip is In demand at 00 cents on
Sovoral Mound City gonttoman were In
Eggs sold at loo por dozen, and butter
40c por pound on Saturday.
Huso, Loomts & Co., aro busy storing
ico for tho ensuing Summer.
The sowers wcro opened In tho lower
part of the city yestcsday, and tho sipo
water fell an Inch.
Jailor McHale, with nn offlcient foroo
of assistants, yesterday, banished tbo ac
cumulated dust of samo months from tho
A cold and steady rain mado tho last
twenty-four hours mora liko the dark days
beforo Christmas than the balmy ones wo
usually enjoy at this timo of year.
Services will be hold in tho Christian
church to-day, at half past 10 o'clock this
morning and at half put 7 In tho evoning.
l'rcachlng by the ltov. Mr. Friend.
Fixe Uaiiuer 8hoi Brown and
Edwards havo opened a barber thop In tho
room formerly occupied by F. Thcobold,
whero thoy aro prepared to extend to cus
tomers the luxury of a clean thavo on
short notice. They havo in their employ
Mr, Gus Hlne, whoso ability in tho prac
tice of tho tentorial art Is excelled by none.
The Arm ask for tho patronago of tho pub
lic, confldont of their power to givo satis
A rkoulab communication of
Cairo Lodgo No. 237, A. F. und
A. M., will bo held at Masonlo null, on
Monday evening, March 27th, A. L
5871, ut 8 o'clocR, sharp. Visiting brethren
aro cordially invited.
W. II. KEHNKY, Secretary.
POLICE ' COUItT.
JlErOllE JC1XJK UUOM-.
John (iraff, a confidence, man and thief,
was arretted by Shcchan. Ho was fined
'0 and costs. Falling to pay, ho was sent
to thu calaboose for fifty-six days.
J. .. Parks, for assaulting a small boy
on the streets, wns fined $5 and costs.
James Grunge, colored, for using abusive
language to a fellow-sinner, was fined $10.
Unablo to pay, and was sent to tho cala
boose for sixteen days.
A raid was made on a woll known bagnio
and tl.o following Inmates arretted: Jessio
Wright, proprietress, Anna Freeman,
Jennie Wllcor, Cora Harris, Hattlo Cox,
and Salllo Gray. Tho keeper of tho house
was fined $25 and costs, and the others
$10 and costs, all of which was paid.
Sew Tlaaa TasbU.
On and after 12:30, p. in., Sunday, Doc.
4th, tho following timo table will govern
tho arrival and departure of passenger
trains at Cairo;
Mall train leavct)at &40 a.m.
Exprcus " " at 3.30 p.m.
SU Louis and Cairo Express
leaves at 1:30 a.m.
Accommodation leaves at... 12:30 p.m.
Mall arrives 2:05 a.m.
Express arrives ".12:24 p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Express
arrives - 4:45 p.m.
Tho last named train leaves St. Louis
ut 10:30 a.m. Traders can leave Cairo at
1:20 a.m., roach St. Louis nt 7:2o a.m., re
main in tho city threo hours, and return
to Cairo nt 4:45 p.m., tho tamo day.
The 12:30 accommodation and Cairo
und St. Louis express leavo dally; all oth
ers leavo dally vxcopt Sundays.
Wuy passengers should bear in mind
that tho 3:30 p.m. train makes only four
stoppings between Cairo and Centralis,
vis: Joncsboro, Carbondale, Du Quoin
and Ashley. The 12:30 p.m. train stops
at all tho stations along tho route.
ioc3tf Agent, Cairo.
CUtta Out Halt.
Twcnty.flvo thousand dollars worth of
ready-mado clothinir, hats, caps, boots,
shoes, trunks and valcses aro offered for
talo by P. Neff, 79, -Ohio Levee, at AC
TUAL COST PRICES, it being hlijintcn
tion to close out in that line, and emburk
exclusively and moro oxtentivoly in tho
furnishing goods and raorchant tailoring
This closing out salo furnishes an oppor
tunity to secure clothing cheaper than ever
beforo offered in this market.
Notice Is hereby given that tho delin
quent list of city taxes for tho year A. D.
1870, is now being propured, and costs will
bo addod on and ufter Saturday the 25th
Inst. Thoso whouro yet Indebted for city
taxes for tho year 1870 will And it to their
interest to call nt the collector's otlfco and
prevent their property from being adver
tised. J03. 11. TAYLOR, City Col'r.
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE
That Peter Neff, No. 7U Ohio levee, is
closing out his largo and well-selected
stock of clothing, boots, shoes, hats, caps,
trunks and valtset, at and
UK LOW COST.
It is his purposj to oinbark moro exten
sively in tha merchant tailoring aud fur
nishing goods business hence tho desire
to closo out tho stock above enumerated,
The annual meeting of stockholder! of
tbo Cairo and Vinoa'nnes R. R. will be held
at tho oftico of tho company, in
Cairo, Ills., on Tuesday, tho 25th of April,
1871, for the purpose of electing Directors,
and such other buslnest at may be neces
sary. D. R. LARNED,
Citt Scbip. Tho Entorpriso Savings
Dank will sell city scrip, in amounts to
suit purchasers, for tho lowest market
tt V iillR, ISTETWS.
Steamer Jas.Fisk jr., Paducab,
" Illinois, Columbus,
11 Kato Kinney, Louisville,
11 Champion, Cincinnati,
" Molllo Ebert, Kow Orleans,
Robert Burns, Memphis,
City of Chester. Memphis,
Lookout, Now Orleans,
Too Fleming, Mound City,
Grand Lake, Island 18,
Allco Dean, Cincinnati,
J. II. Blgley, Now Orleans,
J. H. Urocsbock, Cincinnati,
Jas. Flsk, Jr., Paducab,
Kato Kinney, Now Orleans,
Champion, St. Louis,
Molho Ebert, Cincinnati,
Robert Burnt, "
Peytona, New Orlcant,
City of Chester, St. Louli,
" Lookout,! "
" Joo Fleming, "
" (J rand Lako, G rand Tower,
" Allco Dean, Memphis,
" J. II. Hlgloy, Pitttburg,
" J. H.Grocsbcck, New Orlcant.
HI II I
tWThe river has fallen about two feet
In tho patt twenty-four hours.
tSf Eight coal tows patsod Cincinnati
on tho 23d.
ttST Tho Dexter
left New Orleant on
HB-Tho MisHisslpul Is falling steadily
at St. Louis and above.
Hair Tho John Lumsden left with only
a moderate- trip yestetday.
t&" Yesterday was cortatnly tho dull
est day of the soason and by all odds tho
tWThu Mobile Ragon, Captain Josh
U. A. Vcc, hat all to hortclf tho Evant
villo and Nashville trade.
JiThoOhio It falling at all points
with C feet scant at Pittsburg and 0 feet
10 Inches in tho chuto at Loultvllle.
Thero is no hopo that tbo Charles
Rodman will get off the ways atLouIsvillo
until thoro is another rise.
jttTThe weather was cloudy and damp
yesterday, a drizzling rain falling nearly
all day. The thermometer ranged about
wav.ThoJas.tr., bronchi 30 bxs han
dles for south, 11 hhds, 1 box, 60 caddies
tobacco for St. Louis, 81 hhds do for Now
York, and four pkgt for Cairo.
stX-Tho Quicktten brought 422 tk
wheat, Wm. Henry, lot tundrles, U. D.
Williamson, I coop poultry, and following
for resblpmcnt 18 bxs brandy, 13 tkt oats,
100 tkt bran, C42 do corn, 12 bbls whisky,
(12 bales hay.
MtVFrom the Missouri Democrat o( tho
Staunton Pierco McGuIro has purchased
tho famous Rock Houso on tho upper
Cumberland, and will occupy it as a sum
mor residence. Ho is tho General Agent
of tho Upper Cumberland Packet Com
pany, Master of tha Umpire, Captain of
tho Eddyvillc, anil a New Orleans com
mission merchant representing his own
house. Capt. Hen F. Egau is clerk of tho
DISTRICT ELECTION NO
TICE. Nolle li harelit oitan, that on Morulas, the 31
tar of Anrll. lbTI. an election will Im held at A Mb
Kngina Houston (school M.lrci No. I, city of
Cairo, range on west, county ofAltianuer, ami
Btata of Hilton, for tha uurpoao of electing tiro
Hchool I)irctora!for aaid district. ThopolTa will
tia opened at S o'clock, a. at., tad clos at 4
o'clock, r. u., of tha am. day. Dated this Iwen.
t jr. third day of March, Ikti.
' II. WATSON WKIIB,
JOd. II. HEED,
raartldif rchool Director a,
Wllllaaaa' onrbott atacl Iligta Wlaaa
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
la oflarad for atle by the undersigned on tha inotl
Sja-ftia building ia new and complete throaghtut
in all tha modern Imnroieineota and anuliani u.
if aucb an eatabllahment, la Inoompletn running
order, but naa nesvr bin run. The engine.,
vnacnmerj, uu apraiua euufwij ar ui m
The niaiu Uitl.ling la 7 by 41 feet, and tbree
floilea high. Tlm Imilcr ahed ia 14 by -ii feet , the
tub ataed la S7 by U feet, vaoh ahd being oua
Tho engine la IC Inch cylinder, with 30 inch
atroke.tito bollara 4lluch InUiamater. I flui'e.
and W fiwt long.
The capac ty of the dlatillery la "5 twrrrel Mr
day.'Contlguoua to the dlatillery are a la'Ku brick
warciiouae, anti prua lur aiuca.
Iti. b-lieved that lo anr onedeairinir Lip&r.v nn
thedlatillery biiilnena, no better npioituuily for
iave.tmeiitcan lw ottered than ia fnnnilhai. Kaii,
t'on.iderin tha distillery building and apparatus
Mill 1IIU IUV.MVU IU.I.VI UAiril.
tor lunner particutira apply to the under-
Mam and Morgan street,, St. Loinn, Mo.
JOHN M. I.ANHDKN,
"W. S. Xj-AJSTEI
FISHER'S PATENT REFRIGERATOR,
Patented August 1st, ItlOS,
the only kfnd made tliat trill keep iiital, frul
and vegelabtea perfeelly aweet and dry without
I am prepared lo raaiui but urn the Hetrlgeralor,
or cooling rooma for tiutcher.. Iiolrl,ateanitioal,
brewers and paeksrs. Tlm Kefrmeralor au b
aeeu at Phil Howard's sleamboai meut atorr.
uudar express oSJce, and at JaiosKyuaUinaiaS
market, corner of ivtn and Puplar streets. Vor
partlculsrs apply al my residence on 19th and
KpUr, " lndf
List ol Letters remaining unclalmtd In tho
Post Office at Cairo, Ills. SatnrJay, Marcr., It,
Fleming, Mrs V J
Hodge, miss Suslo
Ilvnncsaji mra J
Hmllh, mlas Emma
Hunth, rar Agnea
Harris, raits. MA
Smith, mra Emma
JlraJley, Rex J Bojer.UO tltra, Dr
llanka, A IInoh, V (2) Brown, (ieo
llom-n, H Uurgea., Jno Ilurtoti, Kssox
Clam, Pat Carnahan, O I" Carroll, Jamea
Cltmmonda, t) Campbell, J U Ctirlatlani, It
Daw.on.JW Dickie, A Dutfy, John
Kllit, OH Elite, Clia.1 F.diiarJs, M
Ollba, J R
Htlltr, II II
Hallldejr.HH Hajrnes, Itev I.
Johnson, J L
Monlromerr.J Mill, James Moore, John A
Manning, N T Martin, Tho Murrar, Wm
M'Colourue, W Mert, C'nrlit Mck.u, W l
3ta.tm.flli Miller, C II
Mihol.on, ltoasNortmau, Chitle
Peterson, II a I'orter, Achillea
lUitr, Jaeoli II R:nige, M lUnker, J II
SllKfD. a M ritalcklecr. P t-hfllnn. II
Mwotnew, Win Mlnipsun, flit
Thorne, Harf) Th'ima., Mo.es Thomion, A
Wilbur. Ira Wanhlnnlon. If White. Thnma.
Wc.ter, Win Warren, U Walkei, Hiram
(Letters reiialnliigBatii'dajr, M.ircn "'Ah )
'Aender, nir lil
Hunt, tin rntha
Brown, mlM Mollle
Cou'ey , mra Kllcu
Kltipttrlck, mra It
llaser, In In. Matt
Muller, turn Mary
Palmer, mUa Dora
Itrno, ml. a Martha
Re Ut.mr Margaret
Tiilli? an, in rn Klten
Vanottrand. mint Julia
llutkhauien.A lull, ChaH
Itladea, Marion lIutt.Thomn.
Iialnl, mm II
Caapman, J A
Vrj, Jainni A
(Iti); John T
Howard, J W ilardio, Jos (1) lloitman J00U
naoson, J w iiuion n lienor, 11 .n
Hayes, O ) Ue-lstrora, Bernard
Jenkins, Wm Jetteraon, U Jack on, Tony
Jenkins, T J Jones, Tbos
Kane, Rar M 8 Kesn, h Kelley. Win
Lucas, y (JI
Nf Noil U W
Purctll, C C
Scontl, Ceo S
LoulsrllleH Llpant, Joseph
Moaroe.iJW Moore, Willi
PftilliU, II Pleasant, J
Pegratn, B3(l) Pooler, 11 1 ram
Rial, O V Ilogoilecklego.A
Wilson, Dr J H
Tarnall, Capt Til
Pereone calling for any of the abort letters will
plcaie ask for "Adrertised Leltera" aad giro tha
dateofthese lists. O.W. M'REilIO, P. M.
J CIEOHGE NTEI.VIIOVMG
Cor. 8th St. and Commercial at.,
IN THE PERRY 1IOUSK
Mtar aUawra. Clean Towsla aad Rklll.
Ladles' aad Children's Hair Cut and BUampooned
eitksr at tue shop or
AT THEIR OW.N HOMW.
Gentlemen's Whiskers and Hair Dyed In a aclen
tilo manner, nnd eatisfsctlon guaranteed,
OHIO i.evi:ij, CAIUO.
HJLTON ii SUNS, - Proprietor
Are Not lit full OsseristlOB.
Mers. KultonA Bon are prepared to lurnlsh
d kind, of Hour of the bet (iia'lty, and also
Will Ked of all kind. Risham Mour, In sacks
or in leia uiiautltv, msulo from tho l.t White
PAINTS' OILS, ETC.
U V Parker U. F, lllaka
pAKKER Sc lll.AKE.
WHITE LEAD. ZIHC, OILS
Window Ulusi and Potty.
Urushss, Wall Paper. Window Uss
9i OHIO S.EVEE, . ,
Cairo - lllinos
PROPAOATOH AND DKAI,KIUM
Srulsa auclOrsiaiueuUI Trees, Mhrtiiaas,
tisdallaa; Vlsali. etc., ,
N. II Kailr orders snlii'ited and imimotl
ailed. . ..r...
OFTHK CO.NDITinN OK THE
CITY NATIONAL BANK
AtCalro.ln theflutalnr lllmole, nt the Cloot
Uuslnes, March lsth, 1871.
Iann and discounts
Orerd rafts... M .
U.8. bonds to secure circulation
" " on hand ,
Other stocks, bonds and mortgagra,.
Due from redeeming and
reserve agents $J3,W1 ts
Dvo from other Aatlonnl
Hanks . cc.s.10 to
Due from other Hanks and
Hankers 22,0o3 w
Hanklns houso i"..(W w
. IW HU
Other real estate It7,l!2 M
Current expense l,r.Tt 41
mi'i psia 1,1.7 M
Cash Items lneludlns
stamp.... .,... 3,701 Jl
Hill, ot other !atlonal
Usnks. . . ,S7.101
Fractional currency, in-
cludlna nukcl. 3,eil M
I.esjal Tender Note 11,000 01
... liVS.MO OO
-I ABILITIES! 1
Capital stock ...,.
nurpius iuni -.
Prodi aud loss.
U,;! v." in,w 17
Natlonil Hank circulation outstanding, tw.ueo ui
tndlsfdiul deposits - 'JVVSI j
Due to Hanks and Hankers &a,7M'i
Dirld nds unpaid m - Bo ui
Total ....fW,Wr) 7
flsle of Illinois, Alexander County, ss,
I, A. II. Hstlord, Cashier ot tho City National
Hank, nf Cairo, do solemnly swear that the aanse
Uletnent Is true lo the tieat of my knowledge
aud belief. A . It. hAKFOUD, Cashier,
Hubcriled and sworn to before me, this 'ilth
ilsrof March, Is7l. II. II. CAN DEB.
Correct Altet. Nflary Public.
it. D. WILMlMt)N,
It. II. Cl'MNINOIIAM,
H. 'I A Ij H,
OK Till: CONDITION OK T1IK......
First National Bank,
OP CAIEO, ILIiS.,
At lh t:io-o of lluslness, March lsth, 1171.
I. oansand iliv:oun!...... ........ J
Orerdrafts .... ..........
II. H. bonds lo secure circulation.
L'. M. boti.li aud secnrllles on
Other U)'n'i" stocks and mori".
Due' from redeeming and rrserso
acents. ...... ....w...... ...... ........
Due irom other natmnol tanks.......
Due from other banks ano-ukners.
Furniture and tlxtures
Cash Items, Including rvseuuu
vun ou Banc.
Kxchangn .......IlJtl OS
Interest 3.S1S 41
Profit acd loin............ :lt 37
K(iler Illinois. Connie of Alexander, as.
I, C. N. Hughe, Cashier of the first Nalional
Dank nt Cairo, do aolernnly swear thai tha abore
statement is trui to lh be.tof niy knowlalge and
belief. O..N. HUtlHEH.
buli-rnbcd and sworn to beforo aie, this KSlli
E. & H. T. ANTHONY t CO.,
S91 RROADWAT, 5EWTORK,
Inslta the atterllon of the Trade to their exlea
sire assortment of tha abore goods, ol rasia ows
ristirirws, isaacrscTras aai larvafsuos,
PHOTO LANTERN SLIDES
NEW VIEWS or YOSEM1TK.
E. II. T. ANTHONY Cast
191 IiassawiT, Nsw Yoac,
Opposite Metropolitan Hotel,
m roams aid MtxrrsaraiM or
. -s . " - I
1AIIL L. THOMAS,
Is prepared o do all kinds al
IN THE PERRY HOUSE,
(HHNR iXMIMaH IH' AVKSrK ANU)
BOOTS AND SHOES.
BOOT 1HD SHOE mi
Betwceu WashlnBtou Ave PoiUr 81
gtM.aau4 atiuaa atlltlrcler. I'lure,