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TEE CAIRO BXTXiXiETIlT, MAEOH 2S
I. HIDES J U"FOU"8XElK7
A collage with llvo rO'itna, together with Lot
8. In lllnck 4, city, altuitod on Walnut, boiwccn
Jthand IiMh atrenta, perfwl title, will li aoldery
uwfurcmli, Apply In (J. WI.NvroS,
No. 71 Olilo Li'tree,
March ZIflt. 1871. in'ildit
O.1IC0 of tlm Cairo A l. I.iuN Itollroiwl Co,. I
Cairo, Ills., March 21st, tb7I. I
muling m 111" iJifvctnm of thla Company
will to held nn Mod. I), tlm 27lh mutant, at V)
''clock, n,in nt llm Moulhf rn Hotel In lb" city of
HI, Mlasourl. H. hTAA'JH TA VI.UK,
Tin- nopartnrrahiph-reloforoeilating between
I . K, I'i i-i.Im nud K W.I'Mmun'ln, under tho firm
nainn of the Cairo Hot ar.tt lliaket Co,, la Dili
ilay illMoltfl by mutual conaonl, K W. Kd
jnunrti harlngold lna lnt real therein to J W.
V i: Peebles and J. W. f.aln will continue tho
pay n debt and collect nil the outstanding of
id Int.- firm, X. K. PKKIILK1,
j. w. i.r.ti.ir;,
. X. W. KUMUMH.
Cairo, March 21. 171. nwollm
J n. I'JIILLIPN&L'U.,
(Hucccaora to K. II. Hcndrlcke A Co.
wnarl - Boat
LIHKKAL AUTANt MA III! ON tO.
SPAre prepared to rerelre, store and forward
freights to all point, and tuy and aell on com.
crHulne attended to with promiitneii.
JSiK 58 Ohio Ifevee
fji.w.Tt. av ii.ivii.ii,
and dealer In
lime. Cement. Plaster Paris
Pl.AKTEKKll'.S HA IK.
for. sth Si reel ami Ohio Lefcc
J.VO. It. PIIII.f.lN,
S .,, to Parkr A l'hllll'l
CO IV! MISSION
An I Heater In
Flour, Mciil, IliiVt Corn, OatH,
Cor.lOth St.&.Ohio Levee
J ). Mathuae. K. C. Chi
jyATIICNS VII L,
oS Ohio Lotcp, 1st Nntloiml Ilnnk
Ircial attention clven to the purchase and sale
F-LOTJR & GrRA-IN
Kccriaoiia or Am & Co.,
General Commission Merchant
Xo. iau, Ohio IiCvei',
novl llf CAIRO, ILL.
A M I I AY llltOTIIKItN.
And Agjnta o
OHIO RIVER AM) KANAW1IA
XTo. 70 OKZO XiUVJO
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Xew Tlmo Tnlilc.
On and after 12:30, p. m., Sunday, Dec.
4th, tlio following tltno tablo will govern
tho arrival and departure of passenger
trains at Cairo;
Mall train lonvct'at !l: 10 a.m.
Express " " at 3.30 p.m.
.St. Louis mid Cairo Express
leaves nt 1:20 a.m.
Accommodation leaves nt... 12:30 p.m.
Mall arrive U.05 a.m.
Express arrives -.12:21 p.m.
fit. jQuU and Cairo Exprei
arrives 4:45 p.m.
Tlio laat named train leaves St. Louis
Ht 10:30 a.m. Tradurt can lenvo Cairo nt
1:20 a.m., reach 8t. Louts at T:'2" a.m., re
main In tho city tlirvo hours, and return
to Cairo at 4: 15 p.m., tlio inmodny.
Tlio l'J:30 accommodation and Cairo
and St. Louis express lonvo dally; all otli
or leave daily except Sundays.
AVny painenvH should tlcar Injnlnd
that tlio 3:30 p.m. train rnul.ca only four
stopplnt; between Cairo and Ccntralla,
viz i JoncitLoro, Carbotidale, I)u Quoin
and Afhley. TJio l'J:30 p.m. train stops
at all tho stations nton;; tho rnuto.
t!cc3tf Agent, Cairo.
The up train, Sundny, ran over a cow
near L'llin. Tho cow recelvi-d the only
FLOUn. Choice Family Flour In bbls
half bbls., sacks &c, for salo nt the Egyp
tian Mills. au
SilKim r Invi.v loft yesterday for l'u-
laikl cotintv, to ctfect tlm arrit of an In
dividual believed to bu domiciled there,
agaln't whom tho chorgo of murder has
If you want a gooil, styllh and well
fitting sultof clothes, made to order, you
mint go to 1". Ncu", No. 70 Ohio Lvco.
Tut: Silver Cornet Umid visited dlffor-
cnt portions of tho city yesterday, In tho
lntorol of SpaMIng, Illdwcll A -Mc-iJonoub'
theatrical troupe. Tho music
uat very line. In fact tho band Is now
second to nono In tho State.
Who Is It that does not liko smoking
hot bWcuiti for breakfast? Tho Famo
dk itovn will bako them In five minutes'
tlmo by tho watch.
Jilt. Mai:i.v Witi(iiiT,of thcCnlroCIty
"VVImrfboit, nccotnpanlcd tho Idlcwlld
party on the Hying trip to Kvanivllle; It
Is thought till, bust will nmlu tliurui.-
two hundred mile In fourteen hour.
Fon Sale. I wlllavll m y bottso and lot,
situated on WMhlngUm avenue, welt side,
between Itli and .th street), Cairo, III
Tho liou'o I a two atory frame, llnlibiyl
throughout, and contains eight nxjuu, con
veniently Mrrnnged. Ci.Urn, outhoutc, etc.
Tormsea.v. JOHN SIIKEIIAN.
Tin: passenger train down this morn
In., was tinablo to muko tho, utual stop-
Inci below Jonetboro, on account of sotno
de rangemont of tho cylinder. Thoratoof
spoeil was so slackened, however, In tho
vicinity of tho station, that panengersgot
on and oil' with cntlro safety.
Taiikk HnoTHEKs, 83 Ohio Loveo, will
. . . .. . i i, .
itoroaitcr Keep constantly on nanu, uireci
from tho EuUern manufacturers tho very
best winter strained purified sperm oil, for
sowing machine, and all Dno and light
machinery. This oil ha never yet been
superceded by any of tho manufactured
oils, as It never gums or Is affected by tho
1x1652. Half n generation ago tho
Charter Oak was patented, and It his
been Improvod toveral times since. In
stead of having been "played out," and
been conilgnod to tho lumbor-room of
worthiest humbug, It has galtiod such n
popularity that tho domand can hardly bo
supplied by tho Excclilor .Manufacturing
Company, by which thoy uro made.
A grand cure-all fountain moro reju
venating In its nature than tho fountains
of youth which l'onco do Loon didn't find
in Florida has bcon discovered in rudu
enh, and tho denizens of that burg nro
highly elated. Tho wherealiout of tho
wonderful fountain was revealed to an
old Indy, through a dream. Its water
euro tho worst cases ef dropsy, soro oyes,
weak backs, club foot, spavined hor(0(
leprosy, chills and fevor, tho Itch and
measles. If It would euro "bad habits'1
tho l'aducahodltors would bo "drenched"
about ovcry ten minutes.
Good News. Tho Cairo & Vincennos
Itailmad will bo built in certain contin
gencies, but tho fact is that Elliott & Hay
thorn aro now receiving their spring stock
of mens', women', misses', boys' and chil
dren' shoes In every stylo and of all va
riolic. Thc?o goods will bo sold nt tho
lowest cojt jrriets.
"Wo ask all of our old nnd now patroni
to call and oxamlno our stock and ascer
tain our prices, but wo wish It to bo dis
tinctly undorstood that wo want eaih cu.
lomrr). No other kind nood apply. Tho
credit system has played out with us, and
to avoid mistakes that create 111 will ml
troublo wo havo concluded to allow no
goods to bo taken out of tho storo on trial
unless thoy aro first paid for.
ELLIOTT & HAYTHOKN.
DKFOBir. EP.OS9, POLICE VAOIlTltAT?.
Shochan nnd Cain aro always on the
alert for law breakers. Thoy Introduced
to his Honor, squlro Bros, yesterday tho
following assortment of "casos," black,
whlto, male, female, hard checked, dlsso
luto, dopraved, and "lo-so."
Carollno Williams, asun-bronzodfomalo
was brought upas an Inmate of a brothel,
and bolng unablo to off-set tho affirmatlvo
testimony Introduced, was fined $10 and the
Tho samo fcablo-hued fdmalo l"liot off
her mouth" In a vory violent and Yindictlve
manner against a witness who had occasion
to testify against her, thoroby violating tho
nrdlnancu to punish and suppress violent
and threatening language. She was fined
another $10 and costs, to secure tho pay
munt of which sho deposited a trunk and
csntcnts In tho hands of tho policoman.
Ida Drown, In mat oof a houao of ill-
fame, was approhonslvo that Squlro Ilrois'
justice was not tomporcd with much mer
cy, and thereforo took a cbango of venuo
to Hhanncssy. That aged functionary ad-
mlnlslcrod ufinoof$10 and costs. Mlis
Brown having no money to meet the
'cruel exactions of tho inexorable law,"
was pormittcd to hunt up "something to
Hutan Murray held forth in ono of
our bagnio to tho amount of $15 and
costs. Sho Is paying up by an eighteen
day, stay In tholcalaboose.
Thero was a slight frost yesterday
morning. Vegetation rcmaini uninjured,
Ono Dr. Lathroi) was catiirht In tho act
of peddling his nostrums within the corpo
rate limit, and having failed to fortify
hlmiolf against seizure, by the procure
ment of a Itccnte, "was pulled" and hold to
Good An vice. "Secure tho shadow
tro tho substance fall," Is good advice, nnd
Ihoia whodcslro to heed it should loso no
tlmo In going to Worlhlngton's gallery
and hiving their pictures taken. Worth
Ington is an artist who throws up tho
spongo to no other artist, and his work
gives goncral satisfaction. He copies and
enlarges old daguenctypes, ombrolypes
and photographs, making them look a
bright at when first taken. Children's
pictures ha makes a specially, and docs
such work In tho forenoon. Tho rooms aro
over llockwcll & Co.' book store, on Com
mercial avenuo. tf
Mk. A.O.OitAiuuand Miss Dolli) Slew,
art were united In tho bondsof matrimony,
by thoKov. Mr. Foote,ycsterdty,'erenlng, at
the residence of Captain Daniel Hurd. A
fowof tho intimate friends of tho family'
we?e'prcent and joinodjn wishing Mr. and
Mri.ifrah.tmalong lifu of untntbrrunt1
ImppInMi. We congratulate Mr. Graham
on tho poieilon of one of Cairo's fairest
daughter ono whoio genial naturo and
many good qualltle havn endeared bar to
nil who knew her, and which will make
her n faithful and affectionate wlfo, as
they havo mado her a most fascinating
Tub Cairo and Evntuvillo packet Idle
wild left our landing this morning to
mako a fnt run to Erantville. Sho was
tripped and in trim for the run, nnd
walked tho water like u tiling of
life. Sho will, undoubtedly, give n good
account of herself. Tho I'aducali papers
predict that no boat of her class will best
her tlmo In twenty years to come. Tho
following gentlemen aro among tho pas
sengers : (Capt. John 11. Hally, of 'the
Evnnsville Cbwrifr; Col. J. N. Sllvor
thorn, of tho Evansvillo Journal; John
Martin Jr., of tho Faducah Iuntuckian,
Capt. .1. L. Lee, Capt. John Gilbort,
Captains Dick and Joo Fowler, Capt.
Frank Canon, all of Faducah. The boat
was to have left night beforo last, but was
doterred from doing so by tho darkness of
the night and a strong head wind that
would havo prevented a fair test of her
speed. Tho officers havo mado all need
ful arrangoments for fuol, nnd will go
through without landing.
Hemoval. Mrs. J. Cummlngs wishes
to inform her customers and the public
generally that sho has removed her mil
llnory goods from her storo on Eighth
street to tho commodious room on Com
mercial Avenue, botween Sovcnth and
Eighth streets known as Mrs. O wold's
old stand. Mrs. Cummlngs has added
large! v to her stoek of goods, and now lias
a cheap, seasonable and fashionable col
lection of hats, bonnets, ribbons, etc., to
which sho ask tho attention of old and
now patron. raSldtf
We aro clad to nolo a rapid subsidence
of the ilpe-wutor, partly bocauio its disap
pearance will rcicuo tho Faducah editors
from any further distressing attempts at
wit. and partly becauso wo don't caro to
have It undcrtho Influence ofthoaun, con
verted Into mmqultocs. It had fallen,
yostorday evonlng, fully twolve Inches.
Aliu. William Alba, Commercial
avenue, near tho cornor of Eighth stroot,
has tho most completely furnished harbor
shop nnd hair dressing saloon In the city,
and respectfully Invites publlo patronage
Ho can promlso his customers the most
courteous treatment, and workmanship
that cannot bo excelled in Cairo. His
razors aro always In order, his towels
always clean, and his workmen always
cady. Give him a trial. . tf
The calabooso contains eighteen prison
ers, ten ot whom are females the bal
ance male. Tho latter are doing good
scrvlco on tho streots and sidewalks.
Tho Council has not, however, devised
means whereby the women prisoners may
be employed with profit to the city.
Be Guided bt What You Kxow.
Thore Is an old proverb which says: "Ex
perlonco Is tho safest guide." To this
guldo the sick and ailing naturally turn
when casting about for tho means of relief.
Thoy Inqulro what a medlclno has dono
for olhors, boforo thoy adopt It thomsolvoa.
Of all tho remedies nnd provcntlvcs In use,
Hostettcr's Stomach Hitters meets tho test
most triumphantly, and henco Its immenso
popularity and vast sales. The sufferer
from Indigestion is sure to find somo ono
among his friends who has been cured of
that allmont by tho famous vegetable stom
achic. The victim of fever and ague, liver
complaint, constipation, norvous prostra
tion, or genoral debility, has only to mako
Inquiry In the neighborhood whero he re
sides In order to discover what this stan
dard restorative has effected In cases siml
ar to his own. In the published testimony
to Its merits ho will find a volumo ot
proofs of Its sanitary properties, which It
Is impossible for his common sense to re
sist: lie trios It, and the effect It produces
on his system adds another to the-ho t of
witnesses In It favor. Thus, Its rcputa
tlon, founded on facts, not assertions, con
tinually trrowa and spreads. Charlatans
nnd Impostors, somo of them mcro local
tricksters, and other who take a somewhat
wider range, attempt to thrust info tho
hand and down tho throats of invalids,
jhclr haphazard concoctions, as substitutes
for tho tonic which for so many years has
been a medicinal staple throughout tho
United States, Spanish America, Canada,
and tho West Indies, but only succeed to a
very limited extent. In this reasoning
age, the people, having ascertained what
Is roally deserving of their confidence, de
cline "running after strango godt."
Fi.kk HARiiKn Suor. Drown and
Edward havo openod a barber shop In tho
room formerly occupied by F. Thcobold,
whero thoy aro prepared to extend to cus
tomers the luxury of a clean shave on
short notice. They have in their employ
Mr. Gus Htmc, whoso ability In tho prac
tice of tho tonrorial art is excelled by nono.
Tho firm ask for the patronago of tho pub
lic, confident of their powor to glvo satis
Deatu oy Hikax Uobek, Eoq. Wo
aro pained to record tho death of Hiram
Doren, a loading snd lifo-long resident of
Pulaski county. Ha died at his homo In
Caledonia, on Sunday last, of pneumonia.
Mr. Boron was a roan of great energy and
decision of charactor, and was always
among tho first to aid and encourago all
undertakings that promised to stimulate
the growth aad prosperity of Southern
Illinois. Ho served as director of the old
Illinois) Bncthem railroad company, and
from tho Inception of the present effort to
build that road (under the namo of the
calm ana vincenncs road), was one of Its
warmest and mont Influential friends.
During twenty-five or thirty years of his
life he pursued the mercantile business in
Pulaski county, maintaining the while a
commercial integrity of the highest char
acter. During tho tame long Interval
and at tho tlmo cf his death, ho was a mem
ber of tho masonic order, honestly and con
scientiously striving to obey Its great
moral precepts, and to llvo a truo Mason
and an upright man. Wo join tlu thou
sands who mourn him, and tender to the
family, who will most seriously fco! his
loss, our heartiest sympathies.
A.v Imi'OIita.vt Truth.-Tho exclto
mcnt throughout tho country, occasioned
by tho lsto revolutionary movement In
Paris, has at last spread to Cairo, and has
been mado manifest In the anxiety of
ovcry man of good taitc to havo his boots
and shoes mado by Eblcrs, who It the boot
and shoo maker of tho city. His shop Is
on 20th street, nearly opposlto tho court
Grand Dm.ay or Xillinkkt and
Faxct Goods. Mrs. Ellis, corner of
Commercial Avenue and Seventh street,
has mado unusual provision for tho Spring
trado, and announces a grand oponing,
for tho 29th, 30th and 31st of March,
on which occasion sho will display
tho largest, complotcst and most attrac
tive variety of mllllnory and fancy goods,
over brought to Cairo. Tho stock em
braces all the very latest styles of bats,
bonnets, ribbons, flowers, trimmings, etc,
and other articles especially adapted for
the soason and trado. The ladies of
Cairo and tho surrounding country aro
especially Invited to attend tho opening,
Inspect tho new stock and learn tho
Clairvoyant.- Mrs. Levy, the great
Clairvoyant, has arrived at Cairo, and
may be consulted at the Commercial
ITotol, opposlto tho postofilco. Mrs. Lovy
can tell any porion tho most important
facts that havo happened in hi or her
life, thus convincing tho most skeptical of
hor oxtraordlnary powers.
f A bpecial convocation of It. A.
W Chapter No. 71, will bo held at
Masonic Hall, this Tuesday evening, at
74 o'clock, for important business, and
work in M. M. Degree By order of M.
Ee. 11. T. V. KORSMEYBR,
A PaaricT Kknxvato of tho system,
carrying off the vitiated bile without tho
aid of Calomel, or any mineral roodlclne.
Simmons' Liver Regulator 1 entirely veg
etable and harmless, and ought to be taken
by every one. marSTdftwIw
Wanted. $5,000 on flya, years' time,
for which a fair rato of interest will bo
paid and a mortgage on unincumbered
real estate given for security. Enquire at
Bulletin Qfilcv, or address P. O. Drawer
1170, Cairo, Illinois. mch7dw3m
County Court, for goncral business, con
venes on Monday next.
Mrs. English, wlfo of Prof. English, Is
absent on a visit to tho Grcon Mountains.
Mtur. Reed and Mann aro moving
their stock Into their now business house.
Tho building is ono of tho finest In Egypt.
Steamboats that arrived from St. Louis
yesterday encountered qulto a heavy snow
storm in tho vicinity of Chester. Ono of
them arrived hero with her hurricane roof
completely covered with snow.
The young folk of tbo city took poscss
lon of tho cabin of the steamer Idlowlld,
last night, nnd Indulged In ono of the most
delightful dances ot tho season.
Tho monitors, now off Key West and
New Orleans, will bo brought back to
JurxiB Baker returned from Go! con da
yosterday, having dispatched the busi
ness of the March term of tho Pop coun
ty Circuit Court in sis days. The court
ajourncd until court-ln-course on Satur
day. II II Mill!
City ScRir. -Tho Enterprise Savings
Bank will sell city scrip, In amounts to
suit purchaser, for tho lowest markot
TuRAvrlltorm of tho Alexander Cir
cuit Court will convano on Monday next.
Tho docket I not laree, and includes no
casos that will serve to protract the term
boyond two or thrco weeks.
TnEHE will bo preaching at tho Chris
tian Church this ovenlng, by the Rev.
John Friend. Subject: "Tho Three
Births." The public aro Invited to at
Closing Out Hales,
Twenty-fivo thousand dollars worth of
ready-mado clothlncr, hats, caps, boots,
shoes, trunks and valcics aro offered for
salo by P. Noff, 79, Ohio Lcvec, at AC
TUAL COST PRICES, It being hlnten
tlon to eloso out In that line, and embark
exclusively and more oxtcnslvoly in tho
furnishing goods and morchant tailoring
This closing out salo furnishes an oppor
tunity to secure clothing cheaper than ever
beforo offered In this market.
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE
That Peter NcfT, No. 79 Ohio levee, is
closing out his largo and well-selected
stock of clothing, boots, shoot, hats, caps,
trunks and valise, at and
It Is his purnoij to embark more exten
sively In the merchant ttiloring and fur-1
nlihlng goods business hence the deslro
to cioao out tno siock above enumerate!.
Tbo annual meeting of stockholders of
the Cairo and Vincenncs R. R. will be held
at the office of tho company, in
Cairo, Ills, on Tussday, tho 25th of April,
1871, for tho purposo of electing Directors,
and such other buslnoss as may bo neces
sary. D. R. LARNF.D,
Steamer .la. Flskjr, Faducah,
" Illinois, Columbus,
" Hello Memphis, Memphis,
" City Cairo. Vicksburg,
" Arkansas Rolle, Evonsvillo
" R. C. Gray, Ark. Clvor,
" Paulino Carroll, St. Louis,
" Anna, St. Louis,
City Vlcksbnrg, St. Louss,
11 St. Josoph, St. Lou!,
11 Ocoanut, St Louis,
" Glasgow, Bt. Louis,
Belfast, N. O.
' Valid and bgs, St. Louis.'
" Columbia, St. Louis.
11 Grand Tower, Memphis.
" John Kllgour, N. O.
" Pike Painter, Ohio river.
E. II. II. Durfco,
" Susie Silver, Louisville.
" Mary McDonald, Louisville.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Flsk, Faducah.
" Hollo Mempnis, St. Louis.
" City of Cairo, St. Louis.
' Arkansas Belle, Kvansvllle.
B.C. Gray, Cincinnati.
Ollvo Branch, St. Louis.
" Paulino Carroll, New Orleans.
" City of Vicksburg, Vicksburg.
" St. Josoph, Mempbtt.
11 Oceanus, Rod River.
" Glasgow, Louisville.
" Talisman, Nashville.
" Idlewild, Evansvillo.
" Valid and bgs, Wheeling.
" Columbia, Ark. river.
" Grand Towor, St. Louis.
11 John Kllgour, Louisville.
' Pike Talntor, St. Louis.
" E. II. Durfee, St. Louis.
" Suslo Sllvor, New Orleans.
" Mary McDonald, St. Louii.
tjsfTbo weather is aealn clear and
The Mlsslstlppl li itlll falling at St
Louis and the Missouri will soon be In bad
r l I I ..111 1 1 ! all
srw xnu unto is ami saiiiua;
point with B feet in tho channel at Pitts
burg, and 6 feet 4 inches in tho chute a,
10Tb o river has fallen about 1 foot la
tho put twenty-four hours and tho ttpi
water In tho city had fallen in all 0 inches
to 3 o'clock yesterday.
UTTho Jas. FitJc, Jr., brought 10 hhd
for rethlpment South.
MTTho Ollvo Branch discharged horo
43 hhds sugar, 233 hides, 20 pks sundries
sWBuslncss oponod out lively ycttor
day compared with tho dullness of tho
previous 43 hours.
sWTho City of Cairo discharged hero
207 bales cotton, 700 pkgs hides, 7C sks
fralt for reshlpmont East per rail.
fSTCoopor, of tho Jas. Flsk claimed,
Sunday, that the Flsk would beat tho
Idlowlld to Paducah 5 hours we bclicvo
Sllvcrthorn of tho Evansvillo Joutnol
wit In tho city yesterday, handsomo as
ever. Ho returned upon tho Idlowlld
last night on her fast run.
MTTho James Flsk camo out yesterday
to do hor way business to Paducnb, and
tho Floronco Lee will attend to It be
tween Paducah and Evnnsville.
afiy-Tho Arkansas Hollo brought for
J. Fulton A Son 311 sks'whcat, and tho
following for reshlpmont: 1121 sks corn,
112 bbls whisky for tlio south, 19 ditto for
'Considerable) speculation a to tho
result of tho run of tho Idlowlld was in
dulged in yesterday. That sho could
mako tho run in 13 hours, and that tho
could not make It In 10 wcro tho two opin
ions wo heard most frequently oxprcucd.
iiyTho E. H. Durfco discharged hero
210 pkga, 10 bdlt Iron, 129 keg, 20 do
do nulls for Rood A: Mann, 20 bbls clay,
6,000 firo brick for Thomas, Green and
Aldcn and 4G7 bars, 90 bdlt Iron, 100 kg
nail, 27 bxs chimney for rcshlpmcnt
WtiT Tho Talisman brought for Fulton
& Sons, 313 flour barrels ; G. D. William
son, 2 csks meat; and tho following for re
shipment: C8 pkgs cedar ware, for St.
Louis; 38 ditto, 10 bbls whisky, 50 pkgs
eggs, 100 bbls flour, nnd 01 hhds tobacco,
for the South, 2 of which wcro for Memphis,
Mr Tbo Idlewlld brought for W
Earns 13 pkgs furnlluro; for Thomas,
Green and Alden 0 bbls potatoes ; and 60
pkgs sundries, 402 sks corn, for ship
ment South. It Is generally understood
that the Idlewlld will leave hero to-dny to
make a run against time to Evansvillo,
going through without landing.
srrmcrr asi.iayrioN NO
Nolle la hrtr gift n. that on Monday, (lie 3-1
tlaveX April, IS71, an flection will lm hrl.l at Aril.
R..MID float, In hchool Mstrrl No. I, city of
Cairo, rang on wrt, county of Alcianilrr, ami
Hlatif I 111 ton, for tht purtoo of lciinK two
School Director! for ,aid district. ThK)ll, will
bf uwDnl at o'clock, a.m., an. I clo- at 4
o'clock, r. a., of the aaui 'lay. iMtoJ llila twvn.
J03. II. HEKD.
inarttdif hchonl Kircctcrt,
"Wllllama Bourbon and IIIrIi Wl
AT CA1UO, 1I.L1NOI3,
I c&ritil for aaleby lh nndMal;nf-J on the moat
Wis building ia Dtm and coni'lct throttfthiut
In all th modern Improtrmtot and appllaacta
or ucn an ('uiiannirni, ia in coinpino runmm
. . . i I.... t. - . . - -.in I'll. Miulr.l
machinery, and apiaratii icncrally are of the
it.i manuiariun. . .
Th malu tmlldlnir la 67 hy 41 fret, and thrco
one lil.li. The boiler shed nil by S3 feet , the
tub abed ia 57 by li feet, each ahed lielog one
Tbo enfin la IS Inch cylinder, with inch
atroke.tao boiler Sllnchea In diameter, 4 Dure,
and feet long.
The capeo ty of the distillery It 75 Nrrrela per
day.'Conllxuoua to the dlatlllery are a large brick
warehouse, and pent for atock.
It ia Wlieied that to any one desiring " carry on
thediillllery buaiaeaa.no better opportunity for
Inveatmenloa lie orTered than ia found note, both
contlderingthtdlitilUry building and tppaxttua
tad tit location thtreuf at C'alru.
For further pattwultra epply to the under
lined at Cairo, er.to Hmlth.Becga a Co., comer of
Main and ''wDIBi
JJ-EEP COOL I
FISHER'S PATENT REFRIGERATOR,
fattened Ausrutt let, 1885.
the oulr !! ,uJ .1.-. "Ill ki; lul
and regetKblea perfectly awect and dry without
I am nrrtiareil to manufacture, the Refrigerator
or cooling roonia for butchem, hotoN, ateatiiboat u,
brewera Httd paekera. Tlm llefriiterator can b.
aeen at I'hll lloward'e ulratnboat. meat More,
under exuren 01IW, and at Jam hyntmi meat
market, corner of turn and I', plar alreeta. tor
particular apply at my reald.nco on Ivth and
y aij;.n tim: uescii's
Cor. 8th St. & Washington aro,,
Cairo, - - - Illinois
I supplied with the freaheat
droeerlea, ar Dries! emd Can.
Dressed Poultry, Fresh Butter
And every thiag needed lor, family "PP'f
It lela ahort one of tho beat etocked grocenea in
lA eiajjauaec of publlo yMroxuit
A TOID QUACKS.
AflcUmof early Inaiacratton.cauaing 'VOU.
deblUty. premtture decay, etc.. hav sat trledm
via every adyertiaed remedy, hat discovered a
almnlVmeaat ofae f cure, which he will eend for
'AAsim AdJreai, J. H.TUTrLK
-...OF THE CONDITION OF THE
CITY NATIONAL BUNK
At Cairo, In thn State rf Illinois, at til Close of
Buslnoss, March lath, 1871.
Loan and discounts llo,iri It
Overdrafts 1,0C7 OS
U.S. bonds to nocurn tlroulatlon .. lOo.uonoo
on hand ..... l,ise (U
Othor stock, bond and mortgages-. o,7 'A
Dae ttom redeeming and
reserve gnt .403,02i S
Due from other Itatlonal
Dankt W.S10 U
Due from other Ilanks and
Hankers - 22,03 m 1S1.M S3
.. 27, K! CI
.. 1,6.13 43
Current expenses -
Caih Item Including
tamps .... 0.7U1 II
HUN of other :tlcosl
Banka 9,473 tX)
Fractional currency, in
cluding nickoli.'.... 3,rl 60
Hpeel,, (coin) ...... ,ft4 il
Legal Tender Hotea . 3t,o (n
Canllal rtwk .
; ..M.....tnn,ott eo
Hurplut fund ...
I'rntlt nnd Iom.
.... 3,07 S
lr,7l W- 20.M9 17
Nntlonil Hank circulation outftaniling- on.uo oo
Indlridi'al depontta.....- aa1,M4 0
line to llanka and Hankers S3,7M B4
Divldi ndt unpaid CO W
Total - .....SlMieJ0 7S
State of Illlnola. Alcianilrr County, a.
I, A. II. Callord, (iuhier ot the City National
Hunk, or Cairo, do aolemnly mear that the aboo
aUieminl la ttuo to the lieal of tnr knowledge
nnd belief. A. U. HAPFOHD, Ctehier.
Snlicrll'Cil ami aworn to before me, thlt 24th
darof March, 1311. is. n. v.isvi.t..
M. H. TAt Wtt,
mil II w
OK THE CONMTloy OF THK.-.
First National Bank,
OF CAIEO, IliliS.,
At the Close of Ilaslnca, Mtrch Uth, IS71.
Ijan'and Jlicounli I
II. H. bond, to ecuro clrculallon..
V. H. bonda and aecnrlllet ou
hand .......... .......
Other bonda, stocks and mort
gagee ....... ......
Dun trotn redeemtog and reierro
a.-enta . -
Hue Irom other national Unka..
I)ui from olhcr banks nd;iknera..
Furnlturo and Allure....
) 1,444 32
. 100 W
Cash Itema, Including reeui'C
Taie pald..... V..M............
- -l.Kl 41
I'rntlt and loaa vf ... Kit 37
State of Illlnola, County of Alexander, . ,
I, C. .V. Hughes, CAah.er ot n, ruat Nattooei,
Hank ot dim, do solemnly swear that ther above
atati'iiienl it truo to the beat of my knoalelf Md
bubwribed tad tworn to before me, this 34th
II. MBYM. , ,
E.& H.T.ANTHONY A CO.,
ntll IIKOADWAY, NEW YORK,
Inrlle, the attartion of tne Trade to their eitB
alro ajiaortment of tho abore good., ol Tta ow
ri'iucanov, mtiricTvtt tan isroartttot,
I'HOTO LA.VTKR.V SLIDBS
NF.W VIEWS or Y03EM1TE.
K. II. T. AKTMOHT SO.,
111 IlaoitwiV, Ntw Yoai,
Oppoiite Metropolitan Uotel,
laroaTCii ttt auxvracrvasat or
.. .PE.VLER l.M-.
LATH AND LI
Botween CommeroUl nd,klfMhH
ington Avenues, '.i
- t a iff
Agent rsw ! PJNf A
1I.W. JoliR'a lmprmimmw
a hel. '
OIS XXD SHOES.