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CAIRO AND NASHVILLE
The o,lowlns; iteltners leave Clro
FOIlfW U VILLI-;
on the days and t th hoar below.nsme d
TALISMAN, Every Monday at 6 p.m. ;
TYRONE, Every Thursday, at 6 p.m.;
LUM3DEN, Every Saturday, at 0 p.m.
For Frehl or I'aaasg apply on board, or I
BIGGS & MALLORY.
CAIRO AND PAOUCAH.
aealor ravi "i w
Th. beautiful and light drought steamer
BOKMT MEBLET Muttr.
j I.eate Cairo daily at s p.m., 4 J Pdueh dally
eto a.m. llTlDg uperlor'awoinBiodalioli h
olielta pubi c patronage.
i To Marmadake B. Enamlngrrt You r hereby?
'iptlfled that at ult nt reaT.aUU ade br th.
sheriff of Alf xaoder Count jr. llilnola, at the door
if the court houit, la she oUy.atf Qalro,Otttnty f
Alexander and . lttialaj'Mf h47ftti ittraf
luljr, A.lJ. tsillh-irsi itnMgftta ptlrchaaed the
'.ollowliig ilnctlN real, .estate, eltuated In said
County, for th'iai,''htettit ant co.te due
we nf.yttne and UO. twenty-two in Ulook num.
nerron, lor inn year a. I'. VJ, lo-wit i oia (Xi)
aered (30) thirty. In tit city ot Cairo, Utaed in that
name ofMarmatlnkeM. Knararnrer and that th"
lime allows! Iir law for the
redemption or aaid
rai raikw wiu expire ob we uia oar or Joiy, A.
QITY SHOE ftTOHE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
HOLfc AOENCY FOR
"IlroIaikJV' 'OUsts-Male . 1
ijS J : i vt
Shoes A Slippers.
:HiMrtlaUTiam Cesser vf JCIaTfejtfc)
SMraart, Cain, III., '
Partirnlar .attention raid to a'l crters fur
QRDIIf ACE If O. lift.
l m nrainascxioameoti awiion :i or an omluaoca
vn.iiiru -AnvraiDurtw ajjopi me oratoaocoa
ofthClty of Cairo revived and codlfled."
J it ordained by the City Council of the City of
Htrrioa l.Thatia'd action 3M l and the aame
a hereby amended by adding at the end thereof,
be following. Til' WoTldeU red Cedar lumber
nay be aubuiutd for .white or bur oak in tna
Ilia, croaatiea, atringen and poata, and the
otia of thetratl work may 1m aet on ced.r
toarda II tnekaa aouare lat.l 6m the anrfare of tKa
trouod.if. In the opinion of the Street Committee,
Approved, Apftl iTIh. 1171.
ia uxfrota ciDcgifoiiong M).
JOHN M.J,ANSIinV. Major,
II. W ALDER
COR. STH BT. ettJHIO VEVZt
Cairo, r ... Illimvii
Haa mat recalred a full and cempleleeioek el
Gents' Furnishing Goods
it every deeennttoa, which will be aeld atpiiee
hat will not lall lo aait all iiurchAaera. F.rfett
IU guaranteed. Ute etota of
Shirts, Hats, Caps, etc.,
noc xpM41d point oi pncftAd 4tyU in thin
'w mi 7 omr nmrKft,
OttOiri'lIEAftTKKN II. K.
Or and afMcMeMiar, Pebnury 27th,
1871, train will rm a followa:
Taaiaa aioiea aocriruar.
-. r Mill. S
ILe are Aahlind-. ... 7:30 a.m
" 8rr nane.'d t-.eu . AHwnh
" TarlorTlUa .IliOi "
I rnte at faue lioo ra. .1:17
vaaiaa aataa 'lonirwaeT.
Learr Paaa....oo ra S:3lD.m,
iaTiomue-. 4:tj itc
irrtee at onnieiaa.i6
lArrlre at AabLaod.
taAiaa ooiaa aoctaatar.
iLeava Edgewoood.6:30 a.m. .....,10:10
I " rior...-...a.J3 " .........lt:iO
Itrriva at tUiawneelown3:Mp m IM ug
ILeve Bhawp.Miia.; aj JZZu..toip.n
" Flort.. iJ " ..ZZZT......T.oa'
I valuta aAi.e itaua.i.-. .
lArrlre at Edirewood....tifl tM
I The 6:30 a m., trail rrpBt jCdgewood. ruaa oaly
Mondara. W.dneaaaiaaad Fndava. and SiiAajn.-
traln from Bbawneetown ot Tueadaya, Thura-
IQeya inn DaturuBTB. .
ConneeU at AahUnd with Jaofeaaavillit dltlaWn
I or unirajjo ana Alton a iiroad. ir jaoaaonTirte
Peteraburff. MaajnltV.a ad-eJI Dolnla at. J
uioomiDgit'D, tnicagn, anu at t pnion nonn, north.
Iwctt aou weai,
AlTana with lnd. and Ht. f.oula. and Illlnof.
IVentral Itallroad lor all potnti eut, aouth and
Iaomrriai, " - -
At Edgewood wllh Cb1cm DlrUloa Ulihoii
Central Railroad. ,
At Flora, with Ohio aott 'Minlailppi Railroad.
aionawneeioan, 'Wiin iieimDotia for Ciacjn.
1HI, 1 WIUUMI,l.linimiB, UIQII,
. unijinuunmi, uen'JKup't.
Joh FotiotrT,Oeo,l Fr'gt and Ticket Agt,
rPAX PUBOIIASEK'M NO
IX TICK. ,vt ' ; w
ToChaileaKurtai Tou.r. I
antler County, llllnnia, at tliadoOrof the court
i oue, in the i e lly of hTr Cormry 'or-Aleiander
U. J8W. the underaAke4 imrthaied nftio f b lowing
I the uxe.a, latere at and coats u thereoa, lar Vh
year A.l HC8, to-wltt Lot 10, Bfock fct Clly of
Cairo, taxed in tho name ot ptutrlea Kuril, and
i tnaittie time fWMim
juiy. a. a mi. ..yTwM.1;17uK
cairo. iiuuoia. April mw" ra
TOO VllO ftllJ MO
NEWS OF THE CITY
Men' Fino Seal Bkln Galtor, and alio
"Prlnco Albert.!' at Elliott & Haythorra.
ail am ! .mmm. a a
Mine' Serge and Kid Polish, icallop
top, at tho City Shoo Store, cornor Coin
mcrcial avenue and Eighth itrcct.
Ladles' Sorge (Polish) French Kld,,
foxed, at City Shoo Store, corner of Ccml
rntrcuu avenuo and Eighth streot. tf
At Home. Mr. Webb, our representa
tive, arrived at korae -from rlngfleld
Fi.oun. Choice Feunily.Vlour ia bMs
half bbli., sacks 'AeVfursale fttthoEgypi'
ttan Mill. au
Fob Salic Cheap. A largo Ice box or
jt'Aor cooler, In good order; apply to John
vfoKi. corner um ana wainut tirtet.
wa flncil S10 and coits yesterday, for re.
lilting an officer, and In doNult of pay(
went, wai turned over to the Urtier'mer
clei of McIIcle.
L4.it. Chief of Police Myen lot a
large alr.c Smith ic "cnon revolver on
Monday. Ha will pay u liberal reward to
Vi'no Ii It that doo. not llko am bking
hot bliculti for breakfait? Tho Fa ma
Cook store will bakotbem In Uvornlnutea
time bv the watch. tf ,
Conckalkd WKAPoya. Charlie Uruwn'.
vim loadod down li the guard
wllh rovolvori and rar.on. Mycr r
rested him, and Shanneisy lined him
andcott. ' 1
Gent' Oxford Tlea, rn; AltmrU
and Opflrn Slipper, at the -City Shoo
Store," corner of Commercial avenue and
Eighth ttreet. tf
lAditM Serge (Polish), arnllop-tO, for.
from one dull a r and fifty cent to threo
dollars and twentV'Sve centi, at City
Shoe S')re, corner of Cc-mmer-cl"' avenue
and Eighth street. tf
Thk Urie patent moveable point itcel
plow; one extra point given with each"
plow. For tale only by
BEERWART, ORTlI'Jk CO; '
itOtf 13C Commercial Ave.
Tug attention of our jfeadar ii called.
to -liea.advertiaenicnt of' Lands for thn
ImaileM and Homes for the Homeless In
--Oftnll'ti.iowa NoTicr. I. Q. O. F. A
meeting for work In the degreoof , Kut-t
kah villi U htJ4 A OdCTeUow'a on
Thnriday evening', AprllVo, 1871. By or
der of N, (J. - '.
BaviKiNo Up. Tho citizens arc brush
ing up their prerulies now in overy part of
the city. S&ckberger Is patting new
face on bis levee bouse making it look as
fine as a new ono.
Akotbek. Brtbsch, tho champion
meat man, Is opening ameat shop In Win
ter's building, on Commercial avenne.
Friend Robert knows how to run a meat
shop, and will make tblngi sing when he
get fairly underway.
Aoaix. John Curran and his wlfo were
up, before Shanncasy yesterday charged
'with relisting ari officers, etc., and took a
nge o( "venuo to Judge Brosi" court.
Curran is managing very successfully to
ta occupy a large portion of the publlc.eye,
Tnis li.no Intoxljatlng beverage ordoc
tored Honor, to lead tho tippler on to
drunkenness and ruin, but jstrktlytinciUr,1
teal preparation aaaae icoraj roow iou
berVs, auitabletto anylkge-or condition.
Asa family remedy, Simmon's Liver
Kogulator la equal to an entire medicine
Cheat. ' 1 u apriej&wlw
Tn Pkxuiuk Onx. Antrim bai on
band a aplendld lot of trunki.' One fn
partleular.il nbticible. It U splendid, and
it tbolndentteal ono that took tho premium''
at the lato Ohio! fair, i , ,s a
. - i -2; jei t
Kr vlNBTiTpTtoN1. A Charter 4 Oak
Cooking StovaMi abwlutcly neceiiary for
life and liberty to alt women, for it light
en their labors, preserve their health,
choc rs and soothes their tempor, economlxei
their time and strength,, and.oxUndi "their
leisure. ... aprl8d&wlw'
Parties desiring to .purchaia or lease"
lota on reaionable terms" can do so now
fromi tho owneipVtbV Ilolbrook eitate,
who can bo fowndfor'Tn short tltne'irftt
the onlce of S. s! Taylor, Cairo, Ilk
- "aplTOw" A . ' '
tie uaxl ueon requcawu iuj
Elliott & Haytho'rnjh'svo i.ow g'n ft.xli'lbi-1
bltion, and for" f ale, oyerythlng lu, tlio
'bdpt and shoe line for'lftAio; and gcntle
"iaen'a wear; and that all1' tbelr rood am
ew and stylish. apflfitf 1
A. splendid assortment of bird cage's'
moea baskets, flower stands, flower train
rt, Wlre-cioth for window" scroeni," bath
and foot' tubs, &c.,'A'c, just received'af
. . !brrwart,orth&co's;
Htru , 1 iJtiruoramorciaiA.ve.i
'CfAMXj-Mr. .SckioB' " Va ' .s'oldt Uo'l
-Oasin'o saloon, located on Eighth street,
ifttwn Cflijmmefcial 'and, Waaljliigton.
Vcauai, tpMrJiliner, who will herenftor
,pondut-t tho builnci and us ovo'ry on-
xM' ft 'piMsIof pQpuJar resort. Ho will
(fftrnUU; tne br with? ftlflneataiqMers!
nd cigars, and VfP constantly on hand
iV,''nWlliVif.T arUcIa ofilce cool lseer beer!
U VaMVUV"!' n MViv viywvvvvi i.v. w'
a . rarA . -
liicdKlcB, Jow'ctt TVllcot daparti for
St. Iols ncxt.weck. .
Tho.SllvcrSbovT.il all the go, arid to liis
Silver Show all go. Go, too.
Sam, Sharpley U a fln'rato fellow a
roally clover and moit gcntil gentleman
rud what Ii tnoro proprictori an oxccllent
ibow of Hi kind.
At TM'Bullxun ofllec, all kfndiof
The SelU Social Club will moot.to-dayV
by 0TtWr,)f Vfe-Troildcnt WIni&n, to'
7K)(e arringomenti to attend the fdncrjJj
of tho late Mr. Scott White.
Tho.Commarc (Mo.) piytch rcjjolctf
a( the CitAbllilirrtVn't or a siorm 'signal
sUttclh at this city. "As 'we'cxpoct," tayi
tbauaaA,-"toe lntetempbl ujmi
EHunicatiun wun vairo ueiurc rot tui'ii
tho eiUbliihmcnt of jtbifiy,ocopi
benefit to us. for hurrlcanci lometimc
ewrob'npf ni wltlwiAuch warning.'
' -Shoriff.Irvln ls in the country precinct
after the country portion of the County
Court giving It notice of n ipcclal term
to, be held pnthe2Sth Intt. j ',
Cwlll'-ielTbH leVtiriabro 'fwmt, my
threo story hofol and crocery building, and
lot; located n tho OhiO'Lovcc, opposite
tho Central Eleva'.jr. This U a very do
irable property. being close lo tho now
manufacturing establishment now being
eroded In thd Fourth Ward, andni'par
tlcularly adopted to the uici of any per
loh dcilrlng a stand for either tho hotel
or grocery buiine. Applj cither by
letter or pen on ally, to
UNCLAIMED BAGGAGE FOR XAIiE.r
, i r : ''J
Tho undersigned will sell at ,autkn,.nt
hi store, No. 105, Ccmmercial averiue, oh'
Saturday, April 22, 1871, tho following
.unclalmfeiLbaggag from tho St. Charles
1 solo' leather' trunk, Prof.' Own,
marked F.. 0N. j ,1 traok, marked S. F.
8 I soleleltrier'tmnk, rro'tnark'; tole
leather do, F. K. W.; 1 trunk, no mark ;
1 do., B. & Bj 1 trunk, no mark ; 1 ooz.
iridic., Mri. H. W. 1 large trunk, Sirs,
II.; 1 blk bag, C B 1 bagNo.41; 1 bag,
F. W, H4 I black bag, II. Si .1 bag, 119
mark; 11 leather bagi.
Alio a large attornment pf family, gro
ceries, 1 furniturfy ftratlre r ' h&iM? and
nearly new JTIoronce sewing machine.
LSala pesitivo and without l-eJorte1.
7 . DAN. HARTMAN' ,
That everybody In Cljrjay.enijoyth"
lelights of Ice cream, lemonadearid aoia-.
water, during thcwarm weatber whl
pi at 02,
now cloio upa$i HP! Baop; has fltUd
hit room 1 at j 02, Commercial Avenue,
with all the convenience, of a flrtt-claii
saloibn.- I adies, ladies, and' gentlemen.
andcfutaiilles'can be 'accommodated at U
. , , .1 "t . , 1 . L
nours agu may visit ine saioon wun no
fear of being disturbed by improper char
acters, as all such will be rigidly cxcludtd
from tho rooms. Saup's ice cream is al-
wavrthe coldest and tho belt, his- lemon-
ade lemonnde delicious and 'Ms soda-water
beyond comparison. Those who1 don't
bcllQVt! It will be convinced by a, trial. .
, , - L ' IT J2W
What He SATs-Swoency. says.be bad
no Intention of either murdering or rob
bing Judgo Bross that be accldontlybo
camo a littlu drunk and without knowing
where he'.wus going to wandered into Bross)
bouie and under the Judge'i'bod! So'fn.
noconYl " Sweeney lovci Brosi, a ' fact,
known to Mcllalo who , bas often beard
him declare that he would burn the
Judge's house", cut the Judged, throat,
shootho Judge's hoad'off, and make other
playful ind frlendjly rerosiksof ;this kind.,
A nrttass hanging' would do Sweeney
some good probably, but nothing short of a
strong rope will meet the requirements of
Grand Picxic Excursion-, May 1st
T87L The fast steamer, T.F.Eckort, will
leave tho Cairo wharf, May lit, at 7
o'clock preciiely, in tho morning, for tho
beau ti fttl g ro jesu pjlhp. Te.n n csieo ,.rif cr,.
jandin'g.for cxcuniionists at. Mound City
nt 8 o'clock, at, Caledonia aft), Metropolis
10, Pnducah ut 12, arriving attjie grove;
prepared at 1. o'clock, whore tbo excur
Innit u-Ill nurtrkoof their dinner. IV
" 1 7 , ., 'r 1 ' y
turning to Puducau by 4, leaving, for
Cairo at Onnd arriving ut 10 o clock p.m.
nrecisely. Brits and ttrlng bands are
engaged. For full' parlloulars'i saijtraSD
Programuics. . - 4 J u
JACK WINTER, 1
B.8. H ARRELL. J ' v
W. H. SCUUTTER, MttlBgirs
W. M. HAMHLETON, j
Mound City, 111.
Removal. ilrt. J,. Uummwgs wishes
to Inform her customers and the jnjbljc
'cenerullv'tbatshc has rem'oved her mil-
lieery good from her, store on Elcbtb,
i" Art a: t. .
l street w .uo vuuiiiiutaiuu.-iwii, wu vm-
morel al Avenue, between beventu ana
Eighth streets known. s Mri., OiwWd'
old stand. Mrr. Oummlngs'- has added
largely tcTlTer stok of goodsftnino'lms
a cheap," seasonableand fash'iorfaMo col
lection of hats, bonnets, ribbons, etc., to
vrhIcV,h M,cs hQ tiqnTU)n,qf;old,'nd
new; patrons. - m24dtf
Htit ,tW m , ,
FntoiiTEKKT). On Tuesday evening the
,(iirn)jiof flphn Antrim was alarmed by
an unusual JioUesJni tth; hsviM fjd
pkf-)d lattiSarm .jMeUA.alsj I tsirjcr
nnd .,ChssTlir-pi'4ipi)naed prfctfiptly,
"bul 'couVdnot And teinlcqnB)lttlin'
Ur,;Jlelb4 evidently cicapod( from the
back door ortkohTuspArai.cMMWe fonca
the t-eur. Nothing was stolen frotn tbu'
i - . , , .
t.n..aA I. . 1 1 A m . ... 1 Allaa fseloM-
The fn3ral of flertt ,wnUe, Estj'who ilf5
yeslerdar morn'nswill tak place at th'efa'milr
rettdene. .U.d'.y at ltfioeloek, p;m4,Ber.C.
II. Foote, Sastorof tr?oPleiytnsriChrlrch,.wlll
conduct the services. Al tho close of the ser
vice, the remains will bo carried to tho station
of the Illinois Cjolrsl R. it. from whence they
will be taken on the 3jo triln to Pittsburg-, r
far ,.nn1 In . . . j ) .ut..Li.H&. . -
1 , .-siriKi. whi oi;nuitittv.iiv--ia
The deceased wail bortt'ln Ireland' lh'
1813; In 1832 ho cama lo the , United
Statci, and In,i855 located (n Caitoi JJ
During tn'o -ilwctfr? KKrt'of Tifi W
denco In Cairo ho acquired thb reputation
of a man ofstrict, intogrlty. ,Thoso,who
knew hfirf bcii cifcomcd him motC n his
ympotition thero was little of that diplo
matic ikill which refutes whilo seeming to
aiient, and rcpeli whUvuiJWftaiitg to om-
brace. He laid
mont die tat
never comnromlsed wltlftiigfc in his in
tercouno with beaAlltrwiWen. Atcrn. aft
lomclimesbruiuBistaiU depcftiaMt, he
gave what ho owedjd iojt Aa hew.M
entitled to receivo HftUkel'from ho
ono what ho was not Willing to give,
Wd in , former -years, .while ho
was In 1$$ vigor.olMsiaslncas llfe, movfcd
about the world as If It wcro a great dry
goods sku-oin wbicbiwerp lellersjtnd pu:
chasers; idt In I1A0 rcars'tht fluih of b'us"
inui enthuiiasm having given place to the'
moro;kindly Influences , of social life, ho
Ja,d laltP Aildo many of tho "carei ot
iraae'' and bad given encouragement to
effort to 'create in Cairo a condition of
loeiety in which the "iocial grace." as
well as vlrtuts xnlgh'uKe roltand irtffcV
genial influence? tfroV Srltrj' Vigo'r&iii
ttrength. e. r at M
.UaU In the moment of bis trrcatoit useful-
nessnorj)ftlMdwoTTth battloof succolf
InllrtMuit nttho moment when bis hand
cnddWMby fortuno with ability todo good
was bei!ijuetcbcd out InthobfaAork,
of helplnglo miVohti worllietteriynak-
ing Ithupplcr, he was attacked, bvvinortal
IllllCAl, and died. But hn mat thn King nf
'l errors ttbout a tremor, and passed from
life Into (the inysterlodioftrnhatlsilcd
. . 1,, 11.. - '
With tho.vordict of fnto aud .rolvina with
cooodenco on the hope of n nnppy immor
tality; To Dr. Dunning, bis attend
ant physician. -Iw e. -expressed Aini
the early MMtW M tW.
ness thv belletthiUIW tlrad rVacfietl "tho-!
amd' and surrendered at discretion beforp
kind to til; woman who bad W his com-
panionthroughifa-ap (xtiftf (fthu"IIa-1
tercouno with.hli menus so confident of
faappineri in. the life' to come thor-
ouffnly recftnciied to the fate which bade
hiin enter the turbid and chlllv water or
ptrerlver of death, that he turned, defeat
iiuu viciury, son relying .on mcgooannas
of Godj who lihj Father, of All, and say
ing" "Not my will'but Thlno 'bo done,"
took his rlmmtcr in the aitont halls nf
.A '-Ci.osk Shave.'' A frlond of our
a.wcfl-known citizen narrowly esenped a
,dar7gcrou accident yesterday while pnts-
tl' 1 1 .... . M .... " .'ll ,
inp niong -n:xvn sireni,' ueiween un:o
Loreo and Commercial avenue. When
ho arrived opposlto tho finely furnished
barber, shop of Brown & JJd 'ward's tho fa
inouTFretl Thcobpld stand ho stopped n,
and'1 n choir," was soon Undergoing
tho 'delightful operation of being shaved
by. that prince of barber, Gus Hine. If
ho hW not done this, is altogether
probable that the fatal nccUcnt
wouliLhave carried him off., From this
fact a reader may drawithe lnfuronco that
their opy safety from,uccldonU on Sixth
strectfi to step into the tonsorlal mugpery
of Brown and Edwards and tret a delicious
shave. Every person alair'refiiBa.W
nnglfctao do this will do 10 at their peril,
and wo wash our band's, of all responsibil
ity for their vuddden taking off. apTinl
Tuii GnA.vn 3Iav-Dav Picnic Jack
. . .t i ..
w.inicr and l bo pmcr, managers of tno
Ton n est o river May -day, .Picnic, are re
solved to make it a" grand success Hack
has liad jirintod a, unique' progfauirao of
lJ;a affair,. in which ho informs tho public'
that the steamer T.JFJUEckcrt bavbeon-on-
gaged to take tbo excursionist! to tlio picnic
grounds,hreo miles up tho'Tcnhc'sseoriv
er, etc. "All persons desirous efirolng,"
savs tho handbill, "can rest aieured'tlfnt
JLbo .jnnpagers will sparpno oxpensg ur
pains to mako tlio trip pleasant and ngrce
ablo to all. nnd that tho baatiwlll maku
SiSaiflVcnt landjfs 0Vqy,fIccSra-J
tng to tho time tablo below, so as lo Arrive I
at tbo beautiful and grotesque1 groves At
tho timo namedi-tlvingthofiixqnrsloniats
.two hours to ricatnujiings tite-Zfolbgo
and daneo uponVihoH;e?iaTtl.'1' "
Tho boat will, leave Cairo at 7 o'clock,
a.m.; Mound City, nt 8 o'cloqk, u.m. ;
Caledonia: at aplclock.jp.iu.; Jlotr9poi,,
at 10J o'clock," ;0.ni.;,Pduoab,! IS
b'olockj m. At 1 o'clock,' p.ni;'tho boat
Wl I avrlvo at tho grounds.,, Jtctn'rhiWjthl),
Win icavo jue grununiu 4 fini f nnu
,i, i - . ,
t .The faro for i .WurMttljiMn'M'
olIpwM ) ,. .. i t "
From Cair)i Oeuti
rhll.lr.fi! IV. j
From vglsJanfat flents, lHljdl, H S Will-
From Fattucak I (If nli.7."t i Ladier, o Clill
,T ISi eai bb
Ahd nbir.) i county.muit Jw4put to hun-i.
in d. MWlf f .
nicht. foHftW. M'
0 dreaded evenly 'fifli In iigntKbul'int
bis jiiirrcndirhe exhibited 10. manyjifthE'
chfirncter if tics of nolire11 manhood was so
. ' gfjQOO YOlljiivrlM. 1). Gunlor, who having purchase
Court. Tho 1WII .v. ' ...t ihorouchlVrVflltettlt. iSniTeTlho at-
'camB t.jfc'shid.frtVo tri.tWnof.tliJ pttfilictoSl.,. factNf.,,1 he l
hrpMnttff tHtVR ft illin-Ulf. rri,r,,,r.Kl to furnish dttalurs nnd.fami.
d?dsl( dollar pxpeiu.es tp BftiilMMVaiMhieri left'nt thu mill nr sent throiitsh the
tico, yolfkno'w, must bu done, etc.
Heath or Two Old Cajp.oitf.s. Some
time ngo The Printers' Circular an-
nntinrotl tho tlnnth nf a n. AVllllem and
Thbmas Lticns, both of whom wcro. at one
tlmo Identified witlC Cairo and her thitrj
cal Interdtf tho former being well-known
to.rnf.ny of our citizens. During tho early
'"part of thostrugglo between tho two cc-
tlont, W.ilUsnu built tho Defiance Thea
ter, on Fourth street, between Was.hing
ton avenuo nnd Walnut street, and Tunlt I
with unlrttcfruritod'iuccen for a number 1
of months having under engagement
lorno of 'tho' but stock tatont In the coun
try. Leaving hero he followed tho for
tunes of tho army, and, in company with
Lucas, established himself In tho samo
profession In Htintsville, Ala, whore,
owing lo thy advance of Jb;o Confederate'
line, no met witn rovoncs tnat caused
him to return to his legitimate buiineii
printing which he followed fr1 over two
years in Memphis, Lucas alio.ibeing In
the eame'clty1 engaged In the1, 'lanfo busl
ne. Leaving Memphis, WHHami and
Lucas traveled further South, locating
Williams in Mobile 'arid- Lucas Ih New
Orleans. Tho deadly epidemic, yellow
fovter, which almost vearlv traverses the.
shore, of thtf Oolf,' anrrh'e'rflbhtary tSr
Itvlilted arqbllond cwn0rlaavi-. nl
.Lucas and Williams wera, numbered
among its victims, and received tho rit'oi
of Christian burial at tlio' hands ol tho
members, of the typographical unions of
those two cities.
A Beautiful Thought. "I wsi read
ing tho other day," remarkod Dr. Cum
tnings, "that, pn tho sliorct, of the Adriat
ic sea, thtf wiVus of tho fliborpien,,. whoso
husbands have gonu far off upon thodcop,
nro in tho habit, ntovcntlde, of Coing to
tho VaAinple room" of P. Fitzgerald, on
the3 corner, of Coniuiaroial- aivantio'.aiid
Fourtcentli.itrcotJ whertrtho whiiky 1j0i
flno as aver 'went down tiie throali of' the'
snost faitldioui drinker, tho brandies all
thai fancv could paint them, tho wine
rino and irrancv. and the clears of tho
wet-popular httkvi) Pat ' j fnl waj 'Hn '
hand to disrfehsVt? ,'raiTd''wilf'bo'
glad to give his frier.ds from tho town and
JhOTliflper wards n cordial welcomo to his
ncwsalooiu. . , . , dlf
1 iSkrexade. At n late hour evening
itcforo last the Cairo Silver Cornet Band
'paired thoVettoSs . f
Mr. Peter "Sattp,-1 whoro Is to-
Journing) Mr. Henry Miller nd lady.(for-
merly'"MIss iaiip)wh, bnt it dar u'r
two since, Veftfr'nW'fVoiii their bridal tour,
to honor the happy cnuplti with a "ort
nde. Whtmtho'n.iiAlc' ceited, Mi?6ittp
respotidetM)y-leadln5fthe--nrjt unwllllhg "
members of the bund to the Deltnonicu,
whero a apleudid isuppcr. was served to
which thoydjd nmplo tqrvice. Aii uauaf,'
upo't iuell plcoiant decaVlohiJ 'wlththe
flow of wine begnn alo thn flow of sent!-
mcnt and soul, and Mr. Bernard Sraythe, j metiil aru fushloncd Into the inuH urua
Tjrealtmg tlio ko ny a neat littlo spocclt j mental pitterrVof jewelry. Citll in ti at
full of natiiriil telixplrncc, wavirkpidly fol- 1 8 OliIo'Lerc(Tnndwo will toon'satiify you
lowtsd'by Juds;a Itrnsi 'and btlierj'ca'clri'th'at wo can mako anything, -you, may
expressing in luUtnnco kind wishes for
the newly married. Brot', vve believe,
expressed tho wish that Peter might, ero
long, meet with n iUmilar fate. After, an,
eloquent response by Mr.'.Jiftup tho com
pany dispersed, fecling 'tbat they had en
joyed a very pleasant ttyening;
AtTJUIPTED ROIIIIERY SlfOT AT AS II
Hit but Nor rnjHTKD HaAs
Hk ? (Julnro Standi has a grocory store
on the corner ofCommercl.nl avenuo and
ilnth street, nhd having reason to sus
pect that it would be entered on Tuesday
night and robbcdT.ho armed -himsclff and '
locking 'the door carefully on tho insldo,
turned the key andtttod seritin'ol of his
goods and chatties., Iltho hour ;psod,
lowly along nnd Cjuinco bogan to
believe . that hli t labors vhad;
been lost, wh'un'Jitjbu'tbretf o'clock, ho
hoard footsteps approaching fjom the
south,' The nlgbtiwalker was whittling a
tuno.'and waswalking.brlikly like a man,
, whoso mission abroad at thai hour of tho
rilgbt was lompihlog .else than robbery.
When he got opposito Stan'oil's 'door 'hp
itoppea waiwngj iytnotwbIitlinp. dntt.in
a inisines!-liko?itmniior opened tbedbor'of
a nlocdy-flttlnc key, and
walked In; taking tlm key from the key
hole nnd putting it in his pocket, and thus
closing the doorjichind-lilni,. ho took seve
ral stps toward thocountor, behind which.
Standi-was hid, watching tho would-be
robbor's Actions. Then, yt-tneii took nipt
i' in i nli.- a- i i ,,
nnu. uruu. iun n.'i.yo(;.oiirivJuvu anu lull
to tho-fbjor, butnroju quickly, and boioro,
fjtincll ojould light'thd gns escaped front
m. Wbui pvcanie of 4iim, or how
badly ho was hurt Stnncil could not tell,
although pursued hint Imtnediatoly,
indlirotl another shot outsltlo tho honso.
jWJjpjws" tiio would-bo robber, is now tho
qucitionof tho hour. It mtut havo been
somo ono familliar wilh thoproralscs "hc
Int'endod ti rob somo ono who had
''rha?q jiropaMtlons, and perfected his
'pjs'ns tor thq robbery. Stnncil says ho
was In his shirt ilcovos bdt'itiaV'he'dld
not seo his fact; plainly and could not rcg
'tilko Vis 'V8lce,.,jTflat, be. wrin wptindod
lliero'lis Svory reason to bellevv. HI
shrloK for mercy and marki ' of blood on
i. , . , ..... i . . .ii .
mo uoor provo inuanai ins to ik nopcci
CliadrjjUrthutthdhjrotJnd Inflicted was to severe that
tlio winu'r)rj corn polled to call In he'l
cal advice and Ifl.lklsjsiiy-bajkppr.bontletl-
iisnment, corner oi uornmcrciui avenue
,r."wnirth(i .vcwlwt iillulif otirnmeAI.
. .....I '1'n.nnltnll, .l-...,t I.. . .1 ....... i . ,f
Tuc CArno a.vi St. Louis Rai.ioax. ,
'-'Wo learn," lays thrfMcmphli Appeal, ,
t "that tho St. Louli and Citlro Bullroad
Company have agreed to conlolidnlo with
tho Mtimpbli arid Iron Mountain railroad,
and to bridgo tlio Mliilulpp! nt Commcrco 1
at a cost of ono million dollnr.. 0. P. 1
Choulenti is President of tho !
company, and the
the completion of tho
road nro ,
'Jbo Wtfstflrn Construction Compnni,
of which tho famoui rnllroivl
Charles. Moore, ji Director General. Dur
ing tho woek a largo forco of labororj will
again begin w6rk In Hopefleld." Thero
Is not a word of truth In this rep6rt, Tho
Cairo and St. LojjU Railroad company j
havo already oontrted for tho uonstriic-J
tlon of tho rcadi and It will bo built from 1
Cairo to St. Louis, If tho, County Court of
Alexander does not got n Icqal twist Into '
its head an,d,refii&o,ouVttrlbo to tho cap- j
Ital stock or tlio compnliy n tlirccU-l by
the people. If It sbogld, then the eotuoH- I
datlon ip(oken oC a'ovo will bo. nfi'cctod I
and Cairo be .left out in the cold.
New Meat Shot. Mr. Jni. Kynistmi,
tho nonular Fourth Ward butcher, has
determined to build oh tho vacant lot.tioxt
to JnM Cnrroir. grocer Mdf e, oh (Join-
morrlal nvcntio; ond open h1 branch inept
:t.... f .1 t,.ir.lr-- V V - . . .
ihon In the new buIMfnV. if- K'vpimtni,
Intcnda; to ','rmh. things".ntl will hi vi the
building ready by nfcxt Snturdnr, when !
his branch meat mart 'Will b) opened to tlio !
public. Ho will kcop on hand nil kinds of t
meat, of tho best quality, anil respectfully 1
niks public pntronaao." . Ul i
Tilt TtoiniAtfo SwKt;,vr.v, At- ,
TEiirTs to 1 iiikthk CktusTX J Air,, Af-1
tor tho dcsp'jrodo, Sweotiey; who was found
on Tticstlny night copcvulcd tmdcr'Judc
Bros' bid. ha,l!bofinonfll in .U..coi-l
ftW In son.o way Uproouwd a rnatvh
und fired thelftTR'' Tholatm wai .itvcn,
and Juilar Dick. FUxserald oon itoppoa
thu Inclftlent c'onllagfatloii. Ho then
promptly punlsl b'coiiia.be tncendl -
fi.li' by.bcating hltn with a cudgel. As u
gstteral rulo,-the htatln--of pnsoitcrs by
tho prlsou-keoporMs an oiTenso that should
not bo tolernlflttiti n Chriiilati community,
but in the case of , Sweeney no orio should
oj'jectdthjj application ot forco by any
man unacr-Twpqio cnargo ue is. 1 on
might as, well attempt tpcllih
.an. nntamed- tiger as wi h this madman,
nnu me onijs-way in wnien ne can ue nniir
11 , , ', titL ,i r, '' , j
died, I, by'thfa application of fore h.r
Peopuc fify. olftn.sHrprNt-l wJinn tlr.-i"4,,d
that attcJi arid sttclf Drift rifticihl of jowulry
fi!W?(i mndo In Cuirx) . --,-tv t -r 1
A Why ahmild'tnnpn tJLia hcqc"lf -
ry patronage Ii extended lo warrant it?
All "who aro curious In snrVi -things,
r havo doubt in tho matter, aro invited
pcxperlcnco our facilities and watch tho
provei" by wnlcli tne nicttca rocKS .i
uy which lutt rtiuueu iuctn miu
Want. TABER RROT1TERS.
Occasionally a boot and shoo maker Is
found who Is especially good on certain
kinds of work, but Uaugh is good, In all
branches of his. trado, and challenges com-
-. T 1 I -...Hit
pennon, no invites n irini, nnu is wuiiiir
to guarantco satisfaction. Hoglvcs good
stock, a splendid fit and workmanship that
,Js "par excellence. tf
Tub. Fourth WARtt. Ono of the most
popular Institutions of tho Fourth Ward
is Ehlcr's snoe store, whero ho .makes to
order nil kinds of shoes In tho most work-man-llko
manner. Tho citizen who uses
his goods will novor patronize any other
shoemaker In tho city. His shop I on
Twehtioth street, nearly opposite tho
court house. tf
Th"e annual meeting of stockholders of
tho Cairo and Vlnccnnes R.R. will bo hold
at tbo ofttco of the company, in
Cairo,; lll.t on Tuesday, tho 25t1i of April,
1871, for tbo purpoao of electing Directors,
and such other business as may bo ncccs
(, . T Senrotury.
All who desire, to becomo members of
Bsjo Ball Club nro rcnueitcd to meet
at P. Saup's store, Thuridn'y cvonlng, nt 5
- COM. ON OROA NIDATION.
The first of M.vr, Mrs. C. A. Meyers
will oneh'Ti irrnnd lunch. Inrlti.iltif Ileitis
-y" 'i v ' o
'Boor. All thoso who nro disciples of Kintr
Bacchus will pnrtako of her hospitality.
Old King Colo was a merry old mill, n merry old
colli wni lie
Ui calk-d fur nia pit ft, lie called for hi. hff r, he
eatlntl for his fiddler, three. tf
Tho undarslucd is preparing his delin
quent list for St'ato anTT County taxe?, and
will havo it In tho hands ot thn printer
.by..tlio.lit proximo. All partle iaarronrs
for taxes either upon rial estate' or por
tonal properly at that data will bo taxud tit
. , ALEX.1T.IRVIN.
ap-"'-d td, : JhiikrifV.
Ctun EooMa Delta Social Club,
Cairo, Ills., A bur. 20, 1871t-A spooial
Jmcotlng of Doltn Social Cluh will ho held
at thodUb Rooms this day, at 12:30 o'clock,
for tho purposo of. making nrrango
munUto partjeipato in tho funttrnl of our
''ICPaXlfd fjjUuw-meniborjficott Whlto.
liv ortit-r oi inn rresiduiit. . a
- LOUIS JOjyji.EN.tjiy, ac'y.
'5 ." T.
in hoiiie heretoftirit occnpli-il by Pat-
jjk Fjtzpurnld, on Ohio-l.nveo bctwctm
pourtji 4tJdjElghtli utrt-elJC Thft hnute. if
noi tne dui iiuitn'. , nuuiiy j. cermmiy
.ono.of the best stand. In Cairn. It front!
'thoVrliicMpitl stcambtliU luriding and is
near, ha(lllnoisCental tftilrg&l ' depot,
'ApriiyYej.t dcor at Robert Smyth & Co'i.
nholesale grocn store.
James Flik, Jr, Paducnb.
Silver Moon, Cincinnati.
I'ink Vnrble, Louisvilla.
City Chesler, St. Louts.
Nick W. Caicy, Cajeyvtltc.
" 'j0''? Momphii, Momphli,
" H. I. Lockwooil, Shrcvcport.
' ' Utah, Red river.
Steamer Illinois, Columbus.
" . Jos. Ffsk, Jr., Paducah.
" Silver Moon, Moniphir.
" Pink Varble, Whlto river.
" City CJtoitnr, Mompbls.
" Nick W. (.'.tier, Casoyvllle.
llello Memphis, St. Louis.
- R. J. Lockwood, St. Txxils.
Utah, St. Louli. .
tiTho river has fallen aoma 7 inches
I durinit tho r)Mt 2i hour.
!?." A, mot refreshing shower fell enrly
yc-tortiiy morning, slnco which time tho
t A vervafons
j ' cm' t(
M ... it.
wcnincr n.ts neen cicar ana verv warm
u bltiw potlri-triiim ott the
' B3V.T,,S Mis jtsilppl !. falling rniidly nt
St' oilU ",r' aboTft
ft-STho Ohio Is steadily declining,
wltl 3 '' 10 '"chfi- In the chuto at Louis-,
tSfm Cumberland Is ntt falling
wllh t fret on Harpeth Shoah.
11 ,rcmetl uvo), mors dun
n,.,,,- tisittU nwlng to the small nnrober of
', , , . ., ,
. l1 '" "hent
I lor , J'ou KW ,ki " "l-ky,
a,lJ 0 ,"t of f""ituroforth.e South.
n . ta.'oy brtiugbt out a
( tow f coal,
' tfy-Tho Capital City hud Jior defective
. flua removed fit Loulsvillu, and tho nner-
, tmcs eloswl up, by which means the can
proceed upon her butlne until another
1 Hue can bo brought from England. She
'brings cut tho bull of a now boat for tho
(.Missouri river trade, to be completed at
t St. Louis.
fr x a,tLont WM lo bo d. a oo
th(J ch 15oJman twd
, ... ... . . 1 ,.
J Mtory to mak
i,,.m ci, 1
1 making sn effort
to launch hnr
ition on Wave rouk, ul Lott-
Shoisdry on the Inrbourd side
tIl,? wllfi!l '"' on ! -Inrbourd.
: 'E9V-Thu Great Republic has been t-
tiielied for wnues by tho ctew and is now
in tbcbaniU of tho United State Marshal,
Sho U 3 year old, and vim built tit n coU
j-Tho J. S. Donnhtto sunk .Saturday
' in t,10 Arkansas river, tirnr Lr.rop land.
inc, 10 miles below Littlo Rock, lici In la
fool wntur, and but fur the swell of tlio
river, which Is rlIri-r (1 Im-liM perd.ny,
could bo n.lsed. She belongs to tho Ar
kansas river Packet Co.
CaJ-Captain Y. P. Walker ha Hit.
, dock' 1,1 Memphis ready for work, and h
' waiting patiently for nit opportunity to
(snatch something out of tho water,
! SyTho river Is rising ut Now Orleans,
. . . .
, nnd on the 17th was onlv 22 inches Wow
, tho high water mark of 18C2. Tho Times
1 calls attention to the fact that water is
i couriing through tho several strccti lead
ing from tho river and that tho river Is
nearly over its banks nt Carrolton, while
in many other places the waves now lash
over. It will requiro no littlo vlgllanco
to kcop it within bounds.
aWA nowstenmcris to to built for
the Memphis and St. Louis Packet Com
pony and Is to bo nduplicato of tho Grand
CgiTho now Loulsvlllo nnd Hcndorson
Packet, Gray Eagle, will bo launched next
8Tho Dexter, Mohawk and Robert
MItehel left Now Orleans on tho 18th Inst.
BTiTho Grand Tower for Mempnls,
John Kylo for Now Orleans, Kato Rob
inson for Pittsburgh, will bo out to-day.
tQluTho Idlowild Is tho Evnnivillo
packet this ovenlng.
e5?Tha Tyrono leaves for Nrahvillu
and ull way points this ovenlng on arrival
"of tho train.
JKayTha Jas. Fisk, Jr.,13 tho rogular
packet for Paducuh ovory day oxcept
SlOni-: lMlESEMTS THAN KVEH "
Gold Lever Watch,
KAl'II A.V1 liVKUY NIGHT,
llcaldfMynll Our Other (oIIy Olfla.
SO HILNKNl JSO llf.AJJItS 1 1
A PRESENT I'OU EACH AND KVElt IINK.
Fitiiilly Mntiuco, Sntttitluj'nl, 2::i0 n.ut.
''HAM NUAHl'I.KY, .Haunscr.
tfjtl3t - '
to K")il i
.H?' Vt VEItVLABrsr. !, .wmnil'n
to KtU a4rni, nhirartt W.111I0I N.IW eitn-
u.ij. nwniriniujurvrcrr tioiue. .ump
tot icitn, liieism. ior palul .uwiim.nt.orll (u
farcoiniileioouint, to Uigtit nl.l. Company. Ill
MadiaoaWreet.gnlcago, fiimol. aprj'ltt.
rr : "l- -