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THE OAIBO BTJLLElTIISr, MABOH 29
'J hn copartnership heretofore existing between
F. K, IVe'ilo ni.d K. W.Kdmunda. underlhv firm
name or tlio un'ro llox and llkct vo,, In thin
clay iIImoIvhiI liy tnutunl consent, I' W. IM-
nitnes liavnifCsol i ln Interest therein to J
KH fcelles and .1. V. I.eillowill continue tho
Miaintw iiri'Jir the omf firm n uno as heroinfure,
i dhl and collect nil the nutntandlDK nf
lie lata firm,
v. k pekhi.im.
J. w. i,K-ji,n;,
Cilro, Marlil, 171.
I8nMor to K.I1. Ileudrlcka A Co.1
Wharf - Boat
MBUAt AllVNt!m HADE Olt COJf.
d'Aro prepared to receive, store and forward
irfiRnii to mi points, and buy ant aeu on com.
rllnlnri attended lo with !rormtnei,
It, W. Mil it a. imiT. 1'iaara
Jo. 58 Ohio Xievce
i.osi: A YI.G'i:.T,
and dealer In
Lime. Cement, Plaster Paris
PLAKTEHKR'N li t III.
C.'nr. Nlh fliret't and Ohio Levee
J VO. II. 1'IIII.XIN,
.tireo.Of to Parlor A I'Mlli..
Ami lalr In
flour, Meal, Ilitv,
1 1. Malhu.
:. r. chi
V I'll I.,
JiSOUlo Lt'Tcp, lnt Natluiul Hank
pecial attention elven to the purchase and tals
FLOUR fc GKA.IJSI
Mcccuaaaaer Arias Co,,
General Commission Merchant
Xn. i:i!s, Ohio I.rvic,
novlltf CA1IM), ILL.
Ami Agnla ol
OHIO ItlYLIl AM KANAWHA
No. 70 OHIO IjHVB
Hoard ami Tuition per annum, 1221.
HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE
Inaugurated by H. H 11 Prince Arthuy. Board
and tution per annum. 21. President, tha Very
K.v.l.Jclliuuth.D. I).. Dean of Huron. For
particular! apply to Major Eiani, London, Canada
w - -h-"i-'n- r -ss
NEWS OF THE CITY
ILLINOIS CENTRAL ItAILROAD.
New Time Tablo.
On and nfter 12:30, p. m., Sunday, Dec.
4tli, tho following tlmo tablo will govorn
tlio arrival nnd departure Qf paiiengor
train nl Cairo ;
Mall tniln leavct'at 8:40 a.m.
Express " " at 3:30 p.m.
St. Loch and Cairo Exprctt
leaves ut 1:20 a.m.
Accommodation leave at. ..12:30 p.m.
Mall arrives. U.05 u.m.
Express arrivci ',12:24 p.m.
.St. Louis and Cairo Express
nrrlvei 4:45 p.m.
Tho last named train leave St. Louis
t 10:30 a.m. Trader can leave Cairo nt
1:20 a.m., rench.St. Louis at T.'i'i a.m., ro
main In tho city three, houri, and return
to Cairo at -IMS p.rn tho sumo day.
Tlio l-:30 nccoininodulion mid Cairo
and St. J.oula express leave daily; all oth
ors loavo dally except .Sundays.
"Vuy paiicncrs should bear In mind
that the 3:30 p.m. train uinkci only four
stoppings between Cairo and Centralla,
viz: J on o lor o, Carbondale, Du Quoin
and Asltloy. Tho 12:30 p.m. train stops
at all tho stations ulonc tho mute.
decltf Agent, Calm.
Klouk. Choice Family Klour in bbl
hulf bbls., aoks for salo at theKgyp-
tinn Mills. nu
I, ii , i
Ir you want a good, stylish and well
fitting suit of clothes, made to order, vott
mmt go to '. Netf, So. 70 Ohio lyi.
CtTV.Scnjp.-Tlia Kntcrpri'o Savings
Hank will tell city scrip, In amounts to
suit purchaser, for tho lowest nurkot
Who Is it thut does not like smoking
hot biscuits for breakfast? Tho Famo
Cook stove will bako them in 11 vo minutes'
tim bv tho watch.
Kou Sad:. I will soil my houioundlot,
situated on Washington avenue, west side,
between 4 Hi and oth street", Cnlro, Tils
Tho home Ii a two story frame, finished
throughout, and contains eight rooms, con
veniently arranged. Cistorn, outhouse, etc.
Terms easy. JOHN SHKKI1A.V.
inch 104 I m
Wantku. $3,000 on five years' time,
for which a fair rato of interest will bo
paid and h mortgage on unincumbered
real estate given for security. Hnqulro nt
Ui'LLCTlN Office, or address 1. U. Drawer
11T0, Cairo, Illinois. mchTd&w3m
A PEttrr.cr IIenkvatok of the sieiu,
carrying off tho vitiated bilo without tho
aid of Calomel, or any mineral medicine.
Simmons' Liver Kcgulator is entirely vog.
itnlle and harmless, and ought to It taken
by fvcry one. tnar:7ditvl w
OiiiTUAav. Died, yesterday evening,
at the restdence of hit pvcntt InUiis city,
Master Clms. II. V. Wood, son of Col.
John Wood, aged four year. Due notice
of the funeral will bo given.
Taiikk Huotiikrs, 83 Ohio Leveo, will
ier-ifter keep constantly on hand, direct
from tho Eatern manufacturers tho very
bet winter strained purified sperm oil, for
sowing machines, and all flno and light
machinery. This oil has never yet been
uporcc'i)d by any of tho manufactured
oils, a it never gums or is atl'ucted by tho
Ai.iia. William Alba, Commercial
avenue, near the corner of higlitu street,
has tho most completely furnished barber
shop and hair drusting saloon in tho city,
and respectfully Invites public patronage.
Hn can promiso hi customers the most
courteous treatment, and workmanship
thut t-nnnot bo excelled Ii. Cairo. Ills
nuor are .always In order, his towels
alwuys clean, and his workmen always
eady. fJlvo him a trial. tf
TkaciikrV I.nhtitutk. Tho Inttituto
will bo hold to-morrow imd Friday at tho
High School building. A largo atten
dance of teacher anticipated. Tho
Atheuieitm has been ecurcl;for this uven
lug, and hddre.sos will bo delivered by S,
I Wheoler, Kj., and othur gentlemen,
Tha public ii ro invited.
(Joint Xkwh. The Cairo & Vlncinncii
ltnilruiid will bo built in certain contin-
gonclcn, but tho fact Is that Klliott Si II ay
thorn tiro now receiving their spring stock
of monk , womens', misses', boys' arid chll-
drens' shoes in every stylu mid of all va
rieties. TboFO goods will bo sold ut tho
lowest rash jjrieei.
Yt o ask all of our old and now patrons
to cull and cxttmino our stock und ascer
tain our prices, but wo wish it to bo dis
tinctly understood that wo want cash cut
tomtrt. No other kind need apply. Tho
credit systom has played out with us, and
to Avoid mistakes thut crcuto ill will and
troul-lo wo hnvo concludod to allow no
goods to bo taken out of tho store on trial
unless they aro first paid for.
ELLIOTT & II AYTIIOItN.
The annual mooting of stockholders of
tho Cairo and Vinconnos It. It. will bo held
at tho olflco of tho company, In
Cairo, Ills, on Tuesday, tho 2Cth of April,
1871, for tho purposo of electing Directors,
and such other business gt may bo noces
aary. D. R. LARNED,
TO OK IIKLI) IN CAinO,
MARCH 30TII AND 31ST, 1871,
At the Nchnol Home on Thirteenths.
PROUHAMMK or THE DAILY KXERCHXS,
9 to 0:10. Opening exercises.
9:15 to 10. Primary arithmetic Miss
10 to 10:05. Koccss.
10-.05 to 10:50. Primary geography
Mist L. Polrco.
laso to 11. Essay Miss Julia Robin
son. 11 to 11:05. Recess. ,
11:05 to 12. School organisation H. 8.
English. Ocncral discussion of the sub
ject by tho Institute.
2 to 2:15. Opening exercises.
2:15 to 3. Primary reading Miss S. J
3 to 3.05. Roocss.
3:05 to 3:50. Grammar Miss Abbio
3:50 lo 4.20. Object lessons Miss L.
4 20 to 4:25. Recess.
4:25 to 5. Regular and punctual attend
ance. Address by J. (1. Morgan, tn.
9 to D. 15. Opening Exercises
9:15 to 10. ArithmeticMiss Kliza
10 to 10.5. Recess.
10:5 to 10:50. Geography Miss V. Beebo
10-50 to 11. Kuay, Mist M.J. Shields1
11 to 11:5. Recess.
11:5 to 12. School Government Mlis
General Discussion of the Subject by
2 to 2:15. Opening Exercises.
2:15 lo 3. Roadlng Mrs. S. E. Brown.
3 to 3:5. Recess.
3:5 to 3:50. Phonics II. S. English.
Objects and methods of Teachort' In
stitutes Miss Abblo Hatch.
General Discussion of the subject by
Tho following named gentleman bavo
kindly consented to contribute to tho in
crctt of tho occasion, and will lecture at
On Wednesday evening S. P. Wheeler,
Esq., and J. H.Obcrly, Esq.
On Thursday evening Rev. C. II.
Foote and Dr. R. S. Jlrlghain.
Friday owning will be dovoted t a
oclal meeting of the Teachers, School
Officers and frionds of education at the
Instltuto room. Select readings will b
given, and the closing addratt will t de
livered by J. G. Morgan. Esq. A general
JOHN C. WHITE,
County Supt. of Schools
NEW ! ELEGANT I CHEAP !
Mrs. Swaudu'r,t her old itand on Com
mercial Avenue, takes this method of an
nounclng that sbo has Just opened a stock
of millinery good, which for cheapness,
variety and beauty, cannot be surpassed
Mrs. Swander is under no expenso for
rents or otherwise and theroforu has
marked her goods, in plain figures, lower
than they cun bo bought anywhere olio in
Cairo. Call and seo lor yourselves. Her
stock Includes hats and bonnettjof every
kind of braids and straws, and in tho latest
and most deslrablo shapes. Her stock of
ladies' underclothing is boautlfully mado,
elegantly trimmed and so cheap they
aro a marvel. Her stock of French and
American flowers is the finest ovor
brought to this market, and she will tell
thorn as low at they can bo bought in St.
Louis or Chicago. She also has on band
a beautiful variety of kid glovas, all tixet
and colors, together with the latost itylcs
of low priced Jewolry now so fashionable;
laces, black and whlto silk blond and gui
pure, in elaborate patterns of various
widths, holscry, corsets, ribbons from tho
most oxponsivo wide sash ribbon to tho
narrowest in uso j perfumery, notlans,
and everything usually found in a well
aelvctcd assortment of millinery and la
dies' fancy goods. M rs. Swander asks tho
ladles of Cairo to call on her and examine
her stock, confident that the low price and
beauty of her goods will la a sufficient
inducement for all to purchase.
R km oval. Mrs. J. Cummtngs wishes
to inform her customers and the publio
gcnorally thatsho has removed her mil
linery goods front her store on Eighth
street to tho commodious room on Com
mercial Avenue, bolwoon Seventh and
Eighth streets known at Mrs. Otwold'a
old stand. Xri. Cuminlngt has addod
largely to her stouk of goods, and now hu
a cheap, seasonable and fashionable col
lection of huts, bonnets, ribbons, etc., to
which sho asks tho attention of old and
new patrons. n2ldtf
i, Krudh Corx Mkal. M. D. Uunter
having purchased and thoroughly repaired
the Fenlon Corn Mill, wishes to Inform
dealers and families that thoy can always
bo supplied with tho vory best article, by
applying at tho mill, corner of Commercial
avenue and Twentieth stroct. Give him a
An Important Trutu. Tfca excite
ment throughout the country, occasioned
by tho luto revolutionary laoremont In
Paris, has at hut spread to Cairo, and hat
bcen'tmado rotnlfatt In, the anxiety of
every man of good tatto to havo hit boott
and shoes mado by Ehlcrs, who is iht boot
and thoo inakor of the city. Ills thop Is
on 20th etreot. icarly opposite- tho court
And yfax Not l Tho Mound City
Journal remarks that Tax Bullxtin
it already finding fault with tho new coun
cil of thit city for neglecting to establish
proper pollco regulations. We aro, and
havo a right to do to. It is, in fact, our
duty. The new council was elocted on tho
Issuo of a reform In pollco matters, and
tho voto of tho people was an instruction
to appoint policemen who bad the ability
to put down gambling and tnoak thief vil
llany. Tho moral effect of tho movement
ha had a good result. In anticipation of
troublo many of the "loose" ellows have
left the city, but what hat the new gov
ernment done to bring about this
condition of affair? Absolutely nothing.
Indeed, tha Inactivity of the council has
been and it an invitation ,t tho "grass
hopper" element to "go on with the thow."
la the night time now not a policeman
patrol our itrceU, and, In tha day time,
only ono policeman, Mr. Hheehan, who
wat appointed by Mayor Wilton,
and It now holding over under Mayor
Lansdcn. All gambling saloont of the
city art) in full blast not In secret, but
openly; and, on Sunday, kono it at correct
as it is on Monday. On Sunday, too, all
saloons fling thotr front doors open, and
tho citizent pasting along tho ttrcct may
seo card parties playing for tho drinks, and
hear invitation to "pitch it," or the re
quest: "'Give mo one." Now, nil thlt
Is decidedly innocent. Wo can't
too whoro the objection should come in at
all. Of court o n kono man hat more
right to "run" hit concern on Sunday than
a dry goodt mcrchaut; and whoto busi
ness It It If wo and our friend seo proper to
sit down on tho pavement on Sunday and
play pitch for the liquor? Rut, then, the
difficulty It, theso customs bring scandal
on our community. Strancors patilnc
through tho city strangers who have not
probably been educated up to tho Idea that
Sunday Is no better than any other day
seo these things see all tho saloons In full
blast, card playing for liquor tho order
of the day, keno In a flourishing
condition all on Sunday and, with their
old'llme notions thocked, they go away
and report that Cairo is a nest of drunk
ards and gamblers who pay no atten
tion to Sunday or any other day of tho
week. A good cbiof of police, with an
efficient force, would soon remedy this
evil condition of affairs, but tho council
arts apparently anxlout to get into thut
petition sorao gontleman who can sleep on
his pott or is given to fasting and prayer,
and in their altomptt to got too much of
a good thing thoy get noth ing. And to
wo go. One day drags along after another,
and not anything it done. Just at pretent
the ovil result of thit policy aro not ap
parent, but they will be soon; and then look
out for breakers. Rut wo bellevo Mayor
Lansdcn and hi council will toon come
to an undemanding in regard to all these
matters, when all will again be lovely nnd
the municipal gooso will hang high.
Grand Display or Millinkhv and
Fancy Gooni. Mrs. Ellis, corner of
Commercial Avenue and .Seventh street,
has mado unusual provision for tho Spring
trade, and announces a grand opening,
for the 20th, 30th nnd 3Ut or March,
on which occasion the will display
the largest, complotcst and most attrac
tive variety of mllllnory and fancy goods,
ever brought to Cairo. Tho stock em
braces all the very lutcststylcs of hats,
bonnets, ribbons, flowers, trimmings, etc.,
and other articles especially adapted for
the season and trade. Tho ladies of
Cairo and the surrounding country aro
especially Invited to attend the oponlng,
inspect the now stock and learn tho
Mr. John P. Hxly, of this city, has
boon employed by tho municipal author
ities of Shawneetown to make estimates
for tho proposed lovoct of that awakening
village, and to tuperintend their construc
tion. Mr. Holy It a competent civil en
gineer. The work could nat havo been
placod in better bands.
Good A dvk'k. "Secure tho shadow
ero the ttilstanco fail,' It good advice, and
thoso who desire to hood it should loso no
time in going to Worthlngton't gallery
and having their picture! taken. Worth
ington Is an urllst who throws up tho
spongo to no other artist, and his work
gives gonoral satisfaction. He copies and
onlargct old daguonutypes, ambrotype
nnd photographs, making them look at
bright at when fir' taken. Cblldrou's
pictures ho makes k vpccially, and does
such work in tho forenoon. Tho rooms aro
over Rockwell & Co.V book lorc, on Com
mercial iiveniio. tf
liUROLAHY. The robbers aro not yet
all dead. Ono at least remains, and ho is
u hungry rascal. On Monday night
ho succeeded in effecting an outrance into
Charles Hcbonotnyor's kitchen and robbed
its larder of a line ham weighing fifteen
pounds. Ho did his work quietly, and ef
fected hit escape without disturbing any
Clairvoyant. Mrs. Levy, the great
Clairvoyant, hat arrived at Cairo, and
may bo consultod at the Commercial
Hotel, oppotlta tho postofllce. Mrs. Levy
can tell any person the most important
facta that havo happoned in bis or her
life, thut convincing tho most skeptical of
Iter extraordinary powers.
Lots Sold and BouaiiT.On Saturday
last, Mr. Phllomena Botto purchased tho
Letncko lot, 17, block 2, for $5,900, cash.
On Monday Mr. William Hamlin pur
chased the Con. Manly lot, at the corner of
Commercial avenue and Twelfth itreot, for
$1,000. Ho propose to remove to thit lot
tho largo frame building known at the
Bunting Houto, and tit it up for a resi
dence and butlneit house.
There was no pollco butlneit yfilerday.
Judge Oreen returned from Metropo
Ben Whitaker will lcavo for Ohio about
the middle of April.
Albright it in Murphy tboro making
arrangemenUtolocato permanently in that
Mr. Jewett Wilcox It the happy father
of a girl baby; ditto Dr. Evant; ditto J.
Tho Teacher Inttituto will convene to
night at the Athcnteum, to Haters to loc
turet by teveral gentlemen of the city.
The publio are invited. Free thow.
Tho new matorial for Thx Bullxtin
Job offico it arriving, and will toon bo all
at hand. We intend to have tho most
complcto office In the Mississippi valley.
McHalo with hit gay soldier boy of tho
chain gang aro doing 12th street between
Ohio Levoe and Commercial Avenue. The
Job will bo first class.
Mr. Wilcox will not immediately leave
for St. Louis, which ho intonds to raako
his futtiro home. Ho will bo detained in
tho city teveral week by butines which
demand all hit tlmo and attention.
City Comptroller Burnett will begin tho
assessment of city property on tho First
Tuctday of April nnd crowd tho work
rapidly. Tho taxes for the pretent year
will bo collected without necessary dolay.
M. D. Gunter, formerly prominent
citizen of Gooso Itland precinct, bat lo
cated In Cairo permanently, and pur
chased tho Fenton corn mill. Ho offers
hit meal an article in itt lino par excel
lence to tho public at lowest ratct.
Mr. John W.MoKee It confined to hit
bed by a combination of all tho throat
dlteatct known to tho medical fratornlty.
Hit numcrout friend in tho city hopo to
tee him out again in a few dayt fully re
ttorcd to health.
Mr. A. B. Stfford eoet to Chicago in a
day or two to meet hit brother, Gov. Saf
ford, of Arizona, who it one of the Incor
porator! of the Southern Pacific Railroad,
and it now tii route for Washington on
business for that company.
Tho men of tho city who take an inter
est in rivor mattcrt wero much excited
yesterday over the trial trip of the Idle
wild. Biggs won a bat by tho cloto fit of
one minute. He made a bet that the boat
would make the trip in 15 houri and 30
minutes, and It made It in 15 houri and
Tho mott'voraclout consumer of gas In
tho city aro the wharfboatt, the llllnoit
Central Railroad company, Kelly A Win
ter, Lout Herbert, the St. Charlct Hotel,
and Tux Bulletin office. If tho Puducah
edltort daru to use thlt atiertlon for tho
purpote of manufacturing wit thoy will do
to at their peril. Tux Bulletin doet not
furnish more gat than It consume, und tlio
wharfboatt do takoitdown.
Tiiicrk will bo preaching at the Chris
tian Church this ovenlng, by tho Rev.
John Fr lend. Subject: "Tho Three
Deaths.' Thw public aro invited to at
tend. Tux Pursuit and SArxxr. Tho effica
cy of Hosteller' Celebratod Stomach
Bitters as a specific for recruiting the en
feebled body and chcoriog the despondiug
mind, ha patted into a proverb. In the
United States, wbero this marvelous tonic
hat korno down all opposition, and
eclipsed all rivalry, tho demand for i
hat annually Increased in a hoavier and
heavier ratio for yean, until, at last, tho
regular talcs of thlt preparation exceed
thosojof all other stomach bitten combined.
Eminent niombors of tho medical profet
lion and hospital turgeont without num
ber, havo candidly admitted that the
pharmacaelaof tho faculty contains no
prescription that produces such beneficial
effects in dyspepsia, general debility and
norvous diseases, as Hostetters' Bitten.
To uso tho language of it venorablo physi
cian of Now York, "Tho Bitter aro tho
purest stimulant and the safest tonic wo
have. But tho use of tho great vegota
bio antidote aro much mora comprobon
tlvo than such praise would Imply. At a
preparatory antidote to epidemic disease,
a genial stimulant, it promoter of consti
tutional vigor, uti appotizor, a stomuchic,
and a remedy for norvous debility, no
medicinal preparation has ever attained
tho reputation of Hostetter'a Bitten. It
is the houtehold tonic of tho American
people, and to all human probability will
bo to for ccnturict to come. Tho mag
nates of scienco recognlxo its merits ; and
that Is emphatically the medicine of tho
mussel Is proven by Its. vast and ever In
creasing (ales. iu27di&wlw
Cloning Oat Sales.
Twenty-five thousand dollar worth of
ready-made clothing, hats, caps, boot,
shoes, trunks and valese are offered for
salo by P. Neff, 79, Ohio Leveo, at AC
TUAL COST PRICES, if bolug hb;inten.
Hon to close out in that line, and embark
exclusively and moro oxtensivoly in tho
lurnttntng goodt ana mercnant tailoring
Thlt clotlng out tale furnishes an oppor
tunity to secure clothing cheaper than ever
oetoro onored in tun marxet.
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE
That Peter NeflT, No. 73 Ohio levee, Is
closing out bi largo and wollaelccted
took of clothing, boots, shoe, hats, cap,
trunks and valise, at and
It is his purposj to embark moro exten.
elvoly In the merchant tailoring and fur
nishing goods business hence tho desire
to close out tho stock above enumerated.
THE TRIAL TRIP.
Tste Ittlevrlld ft-ons i Cairo to -Tllle-Thf.
Baa Mad In, Fifteen
Hears and Twentr line Mlttatee.
Contidcrablo Intorost was folt In tho
trial trip of tho ttoamor Idlowild botwecn
Cairo and Evantvillc, mado yestoruay
She loft tho wharf at precisely 48 minutes
past 1 o'clock yesterday morning and mado
tho run in 15 hour ana 29 minutes.
Tho Shotwoll made tho tamo .run in 1st
houn and 27 minute, but encountered
none of tho difficulties which tho Idlowild
was compelled to overcome. Sho was not
itripped for the race, and ran nearly tho
whole dlttanco in the faco of a strong head
wind. River men express tho opinion
that she can run tho dlttanco In at least an
hours lest time.
RistONED. Mr Joseph Verrcln, who
was appointed and confirmed night po
liceman at tho lato meeting of tho council,
hat placed his resignation of the offico in
the hands of Mayor Lantden. Ho says
he cannot, In the present
condition of affairs, dojustlce.to tho city
and that the position ho occupies ii too
embarrassing to bodosirablc. Ono police
man at night in Cairo it llko n vory tmall
nccdlo in a vory Inrgo hayttack.
PORT LIST. -
Steamer Jas.FitkJr., Padticnli,
" Illinois, Columbus,
" Idlowild, Evnntville.
" Dick Fulton, New Orlnant.
" Sam J. Hale, Memphlt.
" Jamct UowarJ, St. Louis.
" Nlghttngalo, Arkantai river.
" Sam Brown, St. Louis.
" Colorado, Vlcktburg.
11 Kato Robinson, Cincinnati.
" Jno. Kyle, Now Orleans.
" J. Sharp McDonald, Bat. Rouge
" City of Chester, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Fisk, Psducah.
11 Idlowild, Evanivlllo,
" Dick Fulton, Louisville.
Sam J. Hale, Cincinnati.
" James Howard, New Orleans.
Nightingale, St. Lonis.
" Sam Brown, St. Louis.
11 Colorado, St. Louis.
" Kato Robinson, St. Louis.
" Jno. Kyle, St, Louis.
.f. Sharp McDonald, Pittsburg.
" City of Chester, Mempblt.
.The river hai fallen I foot since
tTha Mississippi U ttUI falling at
.Tho Cumberland Is rfslng with 7
feet on narpeth Shoali.
jssVTho weather wat clear and beauti
ful yesterday. A tlight frost occurred
night before last.
ISSV.TI10 Ohio it ttatlonary at Pittsburg
with 5 feet in tho channel, alto at Louis
ville with 0 foot 4 inchut In tho chute.
tji. Wo learn from tho Mitmurl Dm
iicrat of the 27th Inst., that tho Pott Boy
ha gone lo tho bone-yard; that hor com
mander, Capt. Floyd T. Belt, hat retired
to remain ono week in tho ''bosom of his
family," and that ho wants a berth.
5uTlio Idlowild blew her whittle op
posito the stono depot as tho signal that
tho raco was begun at exactly 1 o'clock
and 45 minute by Evanivlllo poitoffice
time. Tho telegraph Informs ut that the
reached Paducah in 3 houri and 42 min
utes, and Shawneetown In 10 liourt 10
-fktlThe .las. Flsk brought for C. R.
Woodward, 05 pkgt wagon ttuff, G. D.
Williamson, 4 bblt potatoes, Kohlor 2
bblt greens, Chat. Gallgher, 2 pkt shrub
bery, and tho following for rethlpmont,
80 bxi handles for St. Louis, CO nhdt to
bacco, 12 pkt handle for varlout points
south und 8 pkgt wagon stulV for tho Fuir
at Now Orleans. She nlso brought u big
trip of people.
IkjkV-Tho only arrival! yesterday frotc
3 a. u. to 4 p. m., wero tho Fist, Arling
ton, and tho ferry. Tho arrival of tho
Flsk produced almost ut much commotion
a did that of the R. E. Lee, on her groat
raco. Nobody know why, howovor. Such
dayt do not occur onco In a cr"i's ago.
Perhaps tho Ohio river boats have all took
to tho bank to let tho Idlowild havo a clear
IQuThe Nashville Manner of yesterday
tayi : "Tho new steamer, Geo. S. Klnnoyt
wat launched from tho Edgefield tide, just
below the suspension bridge, yestorday
evening. Sho it 160 feot long, 30 feel
width of deck, nud 3 feet dopth of hold
Sbo wa built by Captain Wm. Kibcr, nnd
will cost about $0,000. Wo believe this Is
tho first steamboat! iiunch In Nathvlllo for
MS. M. MWAXDEK
NM LLI NER Y
JLasUeV Faraliklag Uoetls,
Cerswr Jllats Street,
All kinds of clothing tor Ladles' wrtr mad ta
order, or ready made, Alto, a fu II astortmeai of
Misses an Ladies' sheet. inrtetf
ID I '
CV..'.i. ,,u , , " smucriier on or
Jf..h. f.i'.K ' "nMI h""" mMl"
J ho color U sorrel or brown, with nvdn and tail
y7 sheared, with in11 bunch of hair on he
U.I. Th- t,OT. r.ward will ! paid for th l.
llrorj of said mule to e ther 1 1 th. euWriieri
mehUU JOIN OA I E8.
.-OPTUE CONDITION OP THE
CITY NATIONAL BANK
At Cairo, In the Slate'or Illinois, at tlif CVof
Batlnest, March 10th, l7l.
Ut....,l .It. I .. .
Loans and discounts
Orerdrafta -.. -
U.M. bonds to ecuro circulation
" " on hand -j..........
Other stocks, bond and mortgajjen..
Due from redeeming and
reset re agent i,OM ii
Due from other rational . , .
llsak ce,ltrj M
Due from other hanks and
nanklng house........ ll.oui) no
Other real utate , 27,1(12 M
Current epensn...... i,ew 4.T
Taxes paid t,tn 20
Cili Items Including
lUmn, . .., 3,701 11
Illll. of other National
Jlankit 0,T 00
Fractional currency, in-
clildimrniekel. 3,ri to
Hpw-lo (coin) ,KS4 2
Legal Tender .Note 3t,) 09
Cepllal stork .................w..K'i,P'r) no
Hurplua fund S-t"0 00
Kiclnoge, ..s a.soT n
Interest 3,400 V7
Profit and lo....M U,71 VI 2H,C 17
National Hank circulation miKtandli M U)
IndlTidual denoaitu 1,M 9.1
Due to Mantes and lUnkers................... H,7M M
Diridtnda unwlJ So 00
Total ..ffU,t0 71
Ktatenf Illinois, Alexander Cooaty, at.
I, A. II. Baflord, Caahkr ot the Clly Nttinnal
Hank, or Cairn, do solemnly awe ar that Iht anote
statement la tiue to the b of my knowledge
and UMlcf. A. U. HAKFOllD, Cashier.
Subscribed and aworn to before me. thl2ltli
day of March, ltsTl. II. H. CADKK.
Correct A.tc.t. r..I,wlM,N'.,M"
. H. TAYI.OB,
or THE CONDITION OK THE.
First National Bank,
OP CAIEO, IIiX.B.,
At the Wnse or lluslne, March 1th, tt;l.
Tjsnmand dllOunta. f
U. B. bonds in sftcuro circulation....-
U. M. lionus una secnriuea on
Hand . ...... ..."....' ...
Other bonds, stocks and inort-
caea .....i.... ......
Dne from redeemloK and reserio
fue iroin other national link.....
Due from other Link anonkuer
KtirnlturM im tlxttire
Cash Item,, Incliiilin rerruiio
C.ish on hand......
Papltol slock......-. .
K tc hanxe ......... l.J l "J
Interest .... tl
1'roBtar.d loss... -It 37
aiaie 01 uiinoip, uium, ui '-"",, .,.,
I, C. N. lluhet, Cashier of the first National
Hank ot Cairo, do solemnly awear that the abote
statement I true to the beat of my know e If and
belief. O. "" II E.
tiiibarnrKd and aworn to before me, ihU 2ta
I CI i II.... I..
...y or mm. ... ........ VQp VMlf
E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
.101 11KUAUWAV, JfCWTORK,
Invite the alls r tlon of tne Trade to their exten
sive ai.crtmcnl of the above xoodv, ot vast owa
rcaucatlO!), uikcrAcTVit aka laroaiiiiua,
I'HOTO l.ANTEHN aLlDES
NEW VIEWS OF Y03BMITE.
K. II. T. ANTHONY ,,
JJl B9tswav, Nsw Vott,
Opposlta Metsopolilaa Hotel,
laroavsas aao iv er
.. ..PEAtER I .I-
ltw9n Commtrltl andWuh
a nAutai rsaii awvtiamr amwamava sMwtjm
CMBaw'l UMtlHaa ptjii
H.W. J.hsitl npreTM
win nam nnuca,