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THBOAIBO APRIL 22
HURE PnEHENTa MAN KVII.,
Oflld Lercr Watch,
EACH AMD EVKBT HI OUT,
BesldM. all ear Other satr elite
NO BLANK t NO BLANKS 1 1
A I'MXE-NT KOR EACH AND EVKttV ONE.
" f I "fPp Me !War4jrt 2W p.m.
, aai nn AurjuisT, aSaaager.
CAIRO AND NASHVILLE
The fo lowing steamers lent Cairn
on tha days and at the hour below-named
TALISMAN, Every Monday at 5 p.m.!
TYRONE, Every Thursday, tt 6 p.m.
LUMSDEN, .Every Saturday, at fi p.m.
For Freight or I'wijt apply on l-s.rd, of to
BIGGS 4 MALLORY,
Jfl71lfJ 75 OHIO I.EVGE.
I CAlROfAND fADUCAH.
'Tbaitaotlful and light dranght eteamer
JAMES FISK JR
Uavee Cairo dally at i p.m., ajd raducah dally
at t a.m. Having superior accommodations she
olielta puUio patronage.
1TY SHOE STOKE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
SOLfc. AGENCT FOR
Csaataeretal Avna C orates- fKlf.htk
Mrct, Cairo, 111.
Particular atUntjon r
HOOIUKIllTb and BIIC
COR. GTR ST. ft OHIO LEYEE,
Cairo. - - - IlllnolN
Haa ut received a full and coraplelestock ot
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Of every docnptlos, which will to old al prices
that will not tail to suit all pnrchaaer. P.rfect
fits guaranteed, His stock of
Shirts, Hats, Caps, etc.,
(a not excelled la point ot price and alyle la thla
cr any other raatket.
"Wllllame1 Baarkaa aaa High
AT CAIRO, IU.IK013,-,
li offered for a tie by the undersigned on tha moit
'Ilia building la new and complete throughout
In all tha modern Improvement and appliance
of euol. a- establishment, i incomplete running
order, but hat niter been run. The enptne.,
machine, and apparatus" generally are of the
bent manufacture. .
pjTfio irtalu building la 17, by tifeH. and true,
ratanaa itign. Ttunniioratiea i4y street, the
'tab'tbed l ST by l'ifcet, each ehed' being ono
The eugino la 16 Inch cylinder, with 34 inch
atroke.tao boiler 41 locW Indiamater, 4 finer,
and 20 feot long.
Tha capae ty of the rtbitlllery l7S bsrrrelt per
day. ConOsuoua to the dlitlllery art a Urn brick
warchouH', auJ pens for itock.
It la brliered that to any one deairlnc to carry on
the distillery buslnfss.no belter opportunity for
lUTcsuuenican ihjuiiuitu nan la louniirirrr, yu.u
conaiderlnu tha dlttilltry building and apparatus
and tha location thereof at Clro:
For further nnrticultra annlr to the uniler
algned al Cairo, or toHmith,BeigACo,,cornerof-
mmiu nu ngrgaii atreeia, m. iiuih, jin.
JOHN m: LANMDEtf,
WlwraaaJamah. kefrdenand MarytV. Boar
den, ot tbp city of Cairo, ooaotyolAleiaiider and
Btate of Illinois, by their or Cain BhIa Slortgaga,
bearing 'tMethnflfif emit day of February, A l,
187V, and recorded In book ,'Z' of mortgagee,
page 43, in the recorder' oltlce of Alonder
county. Illinol. did conray In fen to u uttr.
aigoadA. B.SatTord, Troatfifor the Commercial
Insurance Co., of Chicago, the Independent Insu
rance uoti oi ousbuu, o. m. u)or at i;o ,
Chicago, tho following iescrlbed lota or parcel ol
Umi m.wti! Lot numbered eleven fin in i,ii,
numbrd flfty.two i) lying and Iwlng in the
city of Cairo, Aleiaoder oounly, llllnobj.
ProTldedhowdrer, that In caae or default in
the payment ot three cettald promliaory notea ol
the a aid Jamea ti. Kearden, each' bearing even
date with the aalaaaie lagruus, , .awu uein
aum of (SMS IMOD) three huadredorty-elght
nri li-irsl -dallara and Ixlas more fully
described la said aide mortgage, due and payable
to the uaderalgned A. B. 'Sawrd; jruatee.
at the City .National Bank, Cslro, with Intereai
-:Bt en Percent, per annum from, date, thai the
undersigned A. B, Baltord, 'trustee, hie legal
d , ropresentativo or attorney, ahould. proceed and
' I i sell the aaid'premlses; asiy sal aale.morlgage
n.nviiiaii ftii.r AtitA tn tba narchaaar a aood
" and aufflclext deed, conveying all the right and,
title of the said Janes B. lUarden and Mary' .
jioaruen, joy lam Baiemongsge, cuu'ojfo
undorslgnedJAnd whereas, delaulthas been mad"
i uth pimfct of sld notesand.the entire priDCh
pal -aud, interest of each,pfsal4. notes, remain
. 'dfaad unpa'd.11 , 1
' ' ' 'Now therefele. notice la hereby arlven. that bv
. ' ' VrUloof theurma and epnditlons. ofiaald sale'
' mertgage I will, on ThuVeday, the 4lh day ol'
ifK ,ine aaia .wtjiuisi:,. in uio cny ui
tTlVJ Biro. illlnoia'atihehotrrf ten o'clock, a.m.. ot
said day,' sell the prtmrs.afotasaW. at iiubllo
vendue, to the hlgheit bidder fur cs.b tn nand,"
and will execute and deliver to the purchaser a
a. o, BArrutiu,
g fa iitnittin.
NEWS OF THE CITY
SnAnrLKT. Tho SflTor8b6vr of 8barp-
Iy to-nlglit again. Don't forget.
Men' Fino foal Hkln, Qaitori, and alio
"I'rinco Alberu' at Mliott Kaythors'l.
MW Borgoand Kid PolUhicallop
top, at tho City Shoo 8toro, cornor Com
mercial btctjuo aiid Eighth itreet; tf
a i .. i i ...
At Home. Col. Taylor arrived tt home
yeaterday triomlug frooj a bwlceii trip to
'vn a via
Ladle' Sorgo (Pollib) French Kid,
foxed, at City Hhoo Store, corn or of Octn
merclat avenuo and Eighth Btreo(. tf
"Watchxb-A gold and aiw'erwaich
will hp ajlyon away to.nlgbt at .tho. Silver
"Who ii It that doci hot like imoklne
hot biicaiu for .breakfut T Jlhi Fame
Cook atote will bake them In flvo mlnutei
tlmohy the watch. tf"
PgnsoNAL. Ex-Alderman James Ken
nedy, who has been absent a long time oh
a trading trip down, tho riyor, arrived at
homo oa Thursday erening.
OenU' Oxford Tics, lVin) AlborU
and Oflera Slippers, at th,e -City Shoe
Storo, " corner of Commercial avenuo and
Eighth street. , tf
SuAnrLEY. Tharo will bo tnstinco of
tho Silror Show this afternoon. Ladios
and children should riot allow this fact to
pass out of thnlr inindi.
Ladles' Sergo (Polish), scallop-top, for
from one dollar anJ 7 cents to three
dollars and twenly-flvo cents, at City
Shoe Store, corner of Commercial avenuo
and Eighth street; tf
Tin Urio patent movcablo point steel
plow; one extra point given with each
plow. For sale only by
BEEBWAKT. OKTH & CO..
uCtf 1SG Commercial Ave.
Cold. A sudden change in the weather
yesterday mado tho tnosquitos beat a hasty
retreat and tho citizens seek their coal
Notice. All personshaving articles at
the Cairo Dyo House aru requested to call
and get them beforo tho 20th of May next,
or they will bo sold for charges.
Mrs. ANN REDMAN.
UxnEKTAKsk. "Was call attcntlonttV
tho advertisement of Nicholas Foith, un
dertaker. Mr. Felth has for sale and con
stantly on hand tho celebrated Crane fc
Breed's 'and Raymond's metallic cAses.
BitDAcn. Robert Bribach's aJvertise-
tnent of his new moat tboo appoars in the
Dulletih this mordlng. Bribacb will
keep on hand the) best of meats, and is en
titled to a liberal share of public patron
age. Parties desiring to purchase or leaso
lots on rcasonablo term.) can do so now
from be owner of the JJolbrooV estate,
who can, bo found for a short time at
tho offlco of 6. 8. Taylor, Cairo, Ills.
Cairo and Sr. Louis R. R. A moot
Ing.of tho Board of Directors of tho Cai
ro and St. Louis railroad company will
be held at St. Louis on Thursday, the'
27th Inst. It is rumored that business of
Importance will bo transacted .at tho
A splendid assortment of bird cages
moss baskets, flower stands, lower train
ers, wire-cloth for. window screens, bath
and foot tubs Ac, Ac, just received at
f i .130 Commercial Ave.
Sieet TAX.-4jtrjet Bopervlsor "Ward
is now busily engaged In collecting tho
atrcet tax. Three dollars scrip is tbo tax,
not two dollars In money. Tho monoy
propwitionwas killed by the Select Coun
cil at its last tneotlng.
Notice. Tho next ministerial mooting
of- tbo Colored Baptists of tho. Statu of
Illinois, will be held with the Second Bap
tist Church of this city, on Friday,,tho 0th
day ol June, 1871.
J. ROBERTS, Moderator.
G. Hickman, Clerk. apr2ld!tawlt
Tni8 is no Intoxicating boverage or doc
tored liquor, .to lead tbo tippler on to
drunkenness and ruin, bun strictly medi
ical preparation mado from roqts and
herbs, suitable to any -ago or condition.
As a family .remody, Simmon's Ltvor
Regulator is oqual to an entire medicine
chest. 1 , ajri8d&wlw
Lost $20 Reward. Broke loose at
Ohio levee, Wednesday evening, pno
iron-nrav horse, five years .old ; and two
bay1 mares, two and threo years pd, res
pectively i had leather halters on. Twenty
dollars reward will be paid for tho above
described horscaVdoWid aU Miles Far
'keVt liver) stable.'CVIrtf, Illinol..
r apr21dlt J. E. KREYBILL.
, New Meat Snor Mr; J as: Kynsston,
tha popular Fourjh , Ward, butcher, ha
determined to build on tho vacant lot ttfV
to James 'Carroll's grocery; storejion) Comi'
vnerclal avenue, and opon si branch moat
shop In the new biilldlnf Mr: Xyhas'.on
Intends to "rush things" and will have tho
iuildlng ready by next Saturday when
mnat mart will bo oncnedlto tha
puollo. Ho wiil keerj on hand all klnds'bf
meat, of tho best quality, ana respexuuuy
EtmiJRasxm9siNUKT sriJ, mr&ivv miniiiiii 1 nil nniisii 1 i nn issi 1 1 m is i n "wi wiMia.,., , ,
Ak UxaiATiriiL86x-'Mr. Abram Ben
Abrara arrived In the city yesterday In
search of an ungrateful runaway son. Mr.
Abram is a stock ral.or, and during sevo
ral years pist, until within a couplo of
Weeks, has had In bit business tho assist
ance of his son Isaac Ben Abram, a
young man not yet arrived at his majori
ty. A fow days ago the father and son
weti at Monroo, Ln,, buying cattle, and
'aL.J'Jl.I . . ... . .... .aa
raioer entruatca tne ion Wlin S9,uw
cuh'to make a payment bn a purchaso.
The young man departed ;on his mission
and forgot to return pocketed tbo old.
goo tlemaa'sjiaxd .cash and cf for parts
urikibwn " In ' nhisH v Bight ho
wrote to his father explaining how ho
.had bo tn . waylaid aadU robbed ; how ho
;ouiu not eear vo Biecv-ico irowning iuco
of his bcloycd parent nod why ho had
concluded 't6(to5k a Wnrfgn' itrah'd to pine
and perish. But tho ruse would not- do.
Tli e old gentleman saw through it without
his spectacles, and ho Immediately started 1
In pursuit of the prodigal. Thus far ho
has been unsuccessful In tho chuio but ex
pects to succeed If pcrsCjVoranco and tho
sweet oil or greenbacks can' secure sut
ML 'O , JT ' I
Tux Gloue Mutual. Tbo followlne
"card1' talks for Itself: '
Catao. III.. Annl 18.1571.
J. C.,Vnita, Eij., Cairo, IU. ,
Dear A'irt I tako pleiiuro lit acknowl
edging the rocjipt.of, $.000 (being
amount of Policy-" o.tir; J35),?this day
paid to mo ns the administrator of TVm,
H. Sohofleld (deccsscd), by the Olobo Mu
tual Lifo Insurance Company of New
i oi-k, mrougn your agency. I am raoroi
than over confident In the belief that the
"Globe" Is iustlv enUtled to thi wide
prcad reputation sbo.' enjoys for fair deal
ing and prompt payneat pf Jinxes, and"
that sho is worthy of tho fullest confidence
of tho public.
Yours llespectrully, T t'
dwlt JOHN H. PUILUS. '
A Fine Saloon. Fred Blankonbnrer
is furnishing n.Jtaloon in his brick build
ing, corner of Washington avenuo .and
Fourtecutb street, thatwlll to cqualiif not
eclipso anything of iho kind In the city.
Tho painting, by n. H. Meyer, is first
class, and should be soon to be appreciated;
On two sides are landscapes executed itf
excellent stylo and In the rear ,a largo
picture of Qambrinui. Tho painting is
not yet finished, but we havo seen enough
of it to say that. it will bo the best Jobiof the
kind over done in Cairo. Moyor hundles
the brush skillfully; and is hard to beat.
The Joiner's work Is being done by FiU
gerald and -Kelly, and,it.bcing taado what
was to. be expected "from suco Excellent
fnechanica arfirst-cltisa. job. Blankcn-
purg uvea, ntn inusuu u, dslibu ucatnu.
lie apprectale's tna-'raut maiTlm gouu unip
coming is near at hand, and intends to have
the neatest saloon in Cairo, and tho oest of.
liquors) so that ci'.izcns may cozily drink
to good fortune, and while 'away their
leisure moments in a perfectly) comforta-
bjo "resting place. t '
Grand Picnic Excursion, 3Iat 1st
1871. The faststeamcriT. F.Eckert, will
lenvo the Cairo .wharf, May 1st, at 7.
o'clock precisely, In the morning, for the
beautiful groves up tbo Tennessee rfvo(
landing for ozcdrstonlsU at Mound City
at S o'clock, at Caledonia at 9,-vMntropolIs
10, Padueah oll2( arriving at tho groves
prepared at 1 olclock, where the excur
sionists will p&rtrke of their dinner, re
turning to Podiicah by 4, leaving for
Cuiro at 0 and arriving1 at 10 o'clock p.m.
precisely. Brass and .string bands aro
engaged. For full particulars see small
JACK WINTER, St
B.8. HARHELL, ..
W. H. SCUUTTER, , Managers
W. M. U AMBLETON. f
Mound City, 111. .
, Thanks I hereby tender my thanks'
"to the citizens of Cairo, who so kindly
manifested their sympathy In my .bereave
mcnt, and showed such genuino 'and true
regard for Mr. White.
Will tho "Delta SociaPclub" accept my
gratitudo for their attendance and valua
ble assistance attho'funeral?1 '
Mrs. SCOTT WHITE.
Cairo, April 20tb, 1871.
I will sell, oh roasonablo terms, my
threo storv hotel and grocery building, and
lot, located ou thu Ohioirlrartip, opposito
the Central Elevo'.ar.1? TlitsviM very do-.
sirablo proporty boing closo to tho' now
manufacturing cjstablislimcntjiow boine
erected In the Fourth?, Wtttrd, and is par--;
tlcularly adopteu to mo uses ot nny per
son. deslring,a stand for .either the hotol
or grocery business.: Apply, either by
letter or personolly.ito i' . i? 4r
MICHAEL HOUiUAs '
That ovorybody In Cairo may enjoy tho
delight's 'of Ico'crcanr, lcmonHdo, "and soda
.... .1 !.
WBtpr, uurlpg tho worm wcaiucr which is
now close tipon us, rt PSjup-ijas fitted up
with all tha conveniences i ofa flrst-cluss,
saloonf Ladles, ladios andr.. gentlemen,
and famlllos canlbo accommodated at fill
hours1 arid mny visit tho saloon wlfh no
fear of being disturbed by I mproper char
actors, as all such will bo rigidly olftdW
from the rooms. Saup's ice croam is al
ways the coldest and tho best, hls-lcmon-
. -AlJirST ...r.r"
ado JcmonaJo delicious ana tns soua-wajatr
Wond coniDsr son, . lhoso who uon t
t'lj Occasionally a b,ooAnt. shoe maker is
found who Is especially good on certain
kinds of work, but Baugh Is Koqrl iri all
branches of his tradoahd challenges com
rotitloo.i Ha,lnvit atrial. aW'HyIlllrig
to iruaranteo satisfaction. Htrajius good
stock, a splendid fit and workmanship th a
is par tzealUncv-
r n'rinirr' i rti'nf " rt-'rirtniTriTnirl r!7r7wjaT-ii i iffli 'hMiis si .
AH IMPOKTAN 1 PROJECT,
Okie an4 Mlaalaalaal Taanel aad
Special dlipalchea to tbo Cincinnati,
Chicago and St. Louis, papors contain the
Information that a bill has been Introduced
into Congress by Hon. S. 8. Marshall en
titled a bill to promoto commerce among
the States and to cheapen transportation.
Tho bill Dfovldea fothe construction
.of Wo tunnels at'Calro, one tinder tho
Ohio and ono under tho Mississippi rlvor,
to bo used for connecting railways which
'&f nb'w'or may'ITereafier centre at or near
tho Junction of tbo Ohio and Mississippi
rivers. The company to be Incorporated
under this bill is entitled tho Mississippi.
amlOhim)'TilawiorsVndXiake Company, with
capital stock: of Mnlilion. dollars. Tbo
list of Incorporators embraeo well-known
ChlcagSfiL Louis, and Cine
Ullst. Bv -
Thsre can bo no doubt that, tho pro
Voied.iunbelins"lan'ls feasible. It has
oeonsopmouasaatiy eminent civil en
gineers, and a largo number of capitalist
bavo entered into tho project, with tho de-
. termination to rriakO Sitccessful. Gon.
Rosenc'ranz has given td tho subject con
siderable attention, and has .indorsed it as
npt bnly feasible; but ai also the cheapest
manner in which the obstruction to rail
roading presented by tho two rivers that
flow by our wharves can bo overcome.
The project is not the result of a new
"idea," but of tho matured judgment of
practical men, and that it will meet all tbo
oxnocUtlons of. his frlnd.nnd ovon f?o 1m.
yojid tltcm, wo have "nooubt.
For Sale: Tho undersigned will sell
pjivato salo the following described
property: Four work- horses;' 2 sots
double harness: 2 two-horso wnsrons:
sovoral plows and other ngriculturaliim-
pletuent;. Parlies .-.desiring to purchaso
sfllt'call at her residence or at Root. Brl
bach's, opposllo tho court house. Terms
of.anleyhalf'cajhj' balanco on six months
credit, with good, security. ,
npr22dlm Mrs. K'ATIE COOPER
A "Close Shave." A friend of ours
a well-known citizen na-rowly escaped a
idange'roas hcefdent ycstcrda'ySwhilo pass-
I'vti f iv'jsi .-;xaj s'ppV veiwccn unto
Lovco and Commercial avenue. When'
ho arrived, opposite tho finely furnished
barber shop of Brown & Edwards tljo fa
mous Fred Thcobold stand ho steppcAiV;
and "taking a choir," was sobn undergoing
tho dcliirhtful operation of bcinc shaved
bytlmtprihworbcrs, Gus Hine. If.
he had not dono this it is altogether.
probab!o. that the. fula accident
would havo carried him off. From .this,
fact a readc may draw tho Inference thnt-mcir.-yinj
a ueiy iruut KVUlueou) on orxui
street ls'tostop Into the tonSorial rouggcry
of Brown and Ed wards and get n delicious
shavo. Every parson who shall rcfuso or
neglect1 to do this will do so at their peril,
and wo wash our hands of all responsibil
ity for their suddden taking off. apTml
A Call. Mr. John nodnct, of tho St.
Lbuis Times, called on us yesterday morn
ing. Tho Ttmci is a growing Institution.
Its circulation is Increasing rapidly. And
it deserves all tho success it is reaping.
Thcro is not n paper In St. Louis moro
ably conducted; nnd no paper In that city
has a moro active, pushing, nnd clover busi
ness man than flcdnot.
A Beautiful TuouauT. 'fl.was read
ing tho other day," remarked Dr. Cum-
mings, "that, on the shores of tho Ad.rj&t-J
tc sea, tho wives of tho fishermen, whose
husbands have gone far off upon thofdeop,
arc in tho habit, at eventide, of going to
tha''samplQ.room" .of P. Fitzgerald, on
tho corner of Comrncrcial avenue and
Fourtocnth street, whero tho whisky is as
fine as over went down tho throats of tho
most fustidious'drinker, tho -brundlcs all
that fancy could paint thorn, tho wines
rlpo and grapey, and the cigars o.f tho
most popular brands. Pat is always on
band to.disponso tho "rosy," and will bo
glad to giyo his friends from the town and
tho upper wards a cordial wolcoiuo to his
new saloon. dtf
Turner Celeuration. Tho Turners
ot this city will give- n grand picnic on
tho 30th inst., at Fort Jefferson, below
Cairo on-the Kentucky side of tlio Ohio.
Iho comralttqo of arrangomepts 'aro Wil
liam'' Budcr, Stovcn Bchwanlla and Robort,
Tlrilmoli-wbo can engineer a nlcnlc sue-
ssfuiiy if any ,',ieni in; tho-'city can.
xtioy will not negieci nnytning vnai can
in any way contributo to muko it a' moBt
cpmplcto success. Mtisjcedunoiiig, gym
rTBslci;'an'dU;iniicx;ont nmulorticnts, will
hi iho 'jrdqrof thov'day. r Ari&ccllont
string band will boobtuluod, and thegrovo
n which thtrpicnic is to bo held propared
AUCTION SAliF. OF UNCLAIMED
, 'Tbo'undersVBnodViirsflljat auction, at
his storo. No. ids. Cclninercial avonue, on
unclaimed, baggago from tho St. thanes
lUotel : , ,in
6 1 Ml)(iMbr uliBnk. ;Wfe(2!',
iqarked E. O, N. ; 1 trnnic, merKcu ox.
ii.ds.e-Mrs. H, WVP', Uftjt'o trunk, Mrs,
U$Hft bag4, oYB.taig, No. 41 ; 1 bag,
vW,-ls.; i black ug, ub,
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ftarUitlileathenbsgsf, J ! 1 f Cl
Also alargeiusortinonlor ramiiy gro
ceflci, furniture,' feather ,hedi and ono
riearjy ndw' FloVen.co; sewlnr-l machlno.
Salo pes'ltivo and without Toser'vo. . t
l do!:B.& B.j rtrunkTno mark; 1 box
People aro olten surprised when told
that such and such flno articles ofjowolry
wore mado In Cairo. .
Why should thoy not be, if tha nccesia?'
ry patronage Is extended to warrant It?
All who aro curious ln such things,
or havo doubts In the mntter, ore Invited
to oxpcrlcnco our facilities and watch tho
process by which the rugged rock$ and
metals aro fashioned into. tho 'most orna
mental patterns of jewelry. Call on us at
88 Oho Levco and wo will soon satisfy you
that wo can mako anything you may
want. TABER BROTHERS.
The First or May. Tho Columbus
Dtspateh says tho membors of tho Presby
terian and Methodist Sunday School,
proposb to colebrato tho first of May by
an excursion to Cairo on tbo steamer Il
linois. Tho officers of tho boat offer to
taka thorn on very liberal terms, and .tih
der their careful attentions, tbo excursion,
cannot fall to bo an occasion of pleasure.-
The, Fourth Ward. Ono of tho most
popular Institutions of tho Fourth Ward
is Ehler's shoe store, whero ho' makes to
prder,ll kinds of, s.bperiq. tho. most work-nian-Iiko
manner. The cilizori who uses
his goods will never patronize any othor
shoemaker tn tho city. His shop Is on
Twentieth street, nearly opposito tho
Without License. Two women sa
loon keepers wcro before Judge Bross yes
terday on chargo of selling liquor without
license, nnd were fined $10 and costs each,'
By thi timo it should, ha krjotvn in tho
city that nobody can sell liquor by tho re-
tall without llconso. Ordinances passed to
bo enforced on a few only aro worao than
dead-letter ordinances, and City Attorney
Popi Ims resolved to te rip respecter of
persons roth's uiatfcr, and will require
all sellers of liquor to havo licenses or
submit to fines.
Tho annual meeting of stockholders of
tho Cairo and" Vih'cenncs R. R. will bo held
at ' tho office bt "thd company, in
Cairo, Ills., on Tuesday, tho 25th of April,
1871, for tho purpose of electing Directors,
and such other business as may bo nccos-
The Fenton Cp.rn Mill. This estab
lishment, corner! of tOommerqial avenuo
and "Twentieth strcot, is now In chargo of
Mr. M. D. Gunter,)who harlng'purchasod
and thoroughly ro'flitod It. invito tho at
tention of the public to tho fact thnt he Is
now prepared to furnish dealers and frimi-
lies with the very best article of corn meal,
r-.-s " f i- . . -i.. - - . .. I
urucrs ictt at tno mill or sent through tne
postoffico will rcccivo prompt attention.
Ita flanj 1ll,J. ... I ,f
. ,. t-
' 'A'tsiVrsiUil uie; ntu.1,asoxJiiU..vjw.
will open a grand lunch, IricTiluing Bock
Beer. All thoso who aro disciples of King
Bacchus will partako of her hospitality.
Old King Cole was a mcrrxiold.foul, a mi'r.'y old
lie called for nls pltes, hu'ralleti forhls bT, he
colled for tils fiddlers three. tf
The undersigned is preparing hit delin
quent list for Stato and County taxes, and
will havo it in tho hands ol tho printer
by tbo 1st proximo. All parties in arrears
for. taxes either upon real estato or per
sonal property at that date will bo taxed at
COih . " .
ALEX., II. IRVIN.
ap-7-d td. HiiEnirr.
Tho houso herctoforo occupied by Pat
rick Fitzgerald, on Ohio Levee, bctwenn
"Fourth nnd'EIghlbr'stfcetsr Tltte'houso. if
not tne best business houso Is' .certainly
one of tho best stands in Cairo. It fronts
tho principal steamboat landing and is
near tho Illinois Central railroad depot.
Apply noxt dcor at Robert Smyth & Co's.
wholesale grocery store.
Removal. Mrs. J. Uummmgs wishes
to inform her customors and tho public
generally that sho has removed her mll
linory goods from hor storo on Eighth
strcot to' tho commodious room on Com
mercial Avenue, botween Seventh and
Eighth streets known ns Mrs. Oswold's
old stand. Mrs. Cutrtmings has added
largely to her slosk of goods, and now has
tt cheap, scasonablo and fushionablo col
lection of l(ats, bonnots,, ribbons, otc, to
which sho asks tho attention of old and
now patrons, m24dlf
Xew Time Tnblo.
On and after 12:30, p. tn., Sunday, Dec.
4tb, tho following ttmo tublo will govern
tho arrival and doparturo of passenger
trains at Cairo;
Mail train loaves at .&J0 a.m.
Express " " at S:3Q p.m.
St. Lou's and Cairo Express
leaves at , . . . 1:20 n.m.
Accommodation leaves at... 12:110 p.m.
Majl, flrrivej. ......
. 2.05 a.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Express ,
arrives 4:15 p.m.
Tho last named train leaves St. Louis
at 10:30 a.m. Trndurs can luavo Cairo at
fl20 sj.ft,.,1o,,ch St. ouls;at fii.Ja.ni., ro-
iijat.in ,iiio. ouy inreo noureapu roiurn
to Cairo al 4:45 p.m.,lho samo day.
Tho.)!4:3ucooimodatlon and Cairo
an dfct.'-LUf. express leairo dally j all oth
ers lenvo daily except Sunday.
Way passbngers should bear in mind
ItbaVtlio 3:30.prif. tratritnlikt! only four
stoppings botween Cuiro nnd Cuntralla
vizi'tjotieaboro,' Corbondale, Dti Quoin
and Ashley. Tho 12:30 p.m. train stops
kaVsU.tbs stations along th,routo.
dscStf Agmt, Cairo.
Stolen. On or about tne ism tmt.
St. Mnrv s Inarmnrv. ft red nit
- - . -
-rikii u wiiibu law, ifn.iii,
longer than tlm hind ones. AnV person
roturnlng tho cow to the Infirmary, or
giving information by wnicn srie mny u
recovered, will bo paid tho above roward
We havo been requested to say that
Elliott & Havlhorn havo now on oxhibl-
bltlon, and for sale; .overythlnrf in Tho
boot and shoo lino for ladios, and gcntlo.
men's wear; and that alt their goods are
new and stylish. aprlfitf
JPiAUR. Choice Family Flour in bbh
half bbls, sacks &c, for sal at the Egyp
tian Mills. ' au
" . Jr" PUU, Jr., Ptuiucall,
" John Ltimsdon, Nnshvlllc.
. John.Qllmore, .,
, !' . Jdlowild, Evansvlllc.
" Kate Robinson, St. Louis.
. '1 Belle Loo, Now Orleans.
Capitol City, Louisville.
'' City Cairo, St. Louis'.
11 Miuneola, Memphis.
Steamer Illinois, Columbus.
" Jru. Fisk, Jr., lVlucah.
" John'Lumsdcn,' .
" John Gilmorc, S'.. Louis.
" Kato Robinson, Cincirinatl.
u Hello Loo, St. Louis.
" Capitol City, St.-Louis,
" City Cairo, Vlckaburir.
1 u Mlnncola, Cincinnati..
.. l6kTTho river has fallen about lo
inches in tho past 24 hours.
'gaSrTho weathor was cloudy yesterday
with very cool winds.
AVer Tbo Mississippi is falling stoadily
at St. Louis.
Ids' Business continues dull. .
IfiTTho Jamea Fisk Jr. brought or
F. Taylor 2 cattle, I.C. R.R. 15 pkr to
bacco, and tho followincfor rc-shlr,"x,t:
27plow,handIesfortho South, 2jbui t0"
bacooforSt.Louis. Evening br-,ro last tho
Fish brought 38 hhds lobac for Nuw 0r'
leans, 22 Uxs handles tJ bt' ljnil3 J'
pligs for Cairo.
sjsbl.Tio John'Lu.l'llbco"Bt 9 n"ds
tobacco forNcwO"l.4n5i 213 sks litir, iu
cartcdaVlurabv.37pkgs wdar ware, 5
tons iron, 62 bstcs hides, 23 -aks Toatuors
for St. Loubi
sxsa-Tli, Bello Le brought 10 hhds
sugar, 2o bbis uwa, ftria a lotlof mis
cellaneous stuff for uvn.iiie.
" fflTI(rco days ago, wo notfceS'a lot of
boxes from tho Cairo box factory await
ing shipment, which w understand was
the first to cross our whatfbouts. Yester
day and day before other shipments fol
lowed, and from this wo jddgo that tho
Cairo box factory has received tho breath
of life. Wo bono It may bo many years
oro 11 breathes its last.
tSi' Mr. Douglas Davis, tho sprightly.
first clerk on tho stoamer John Lumsdcn,
passed us on tho street yestorday, but was
in too big a hurry to notlco us.
tsyWe taw a certain clerk carried
tenderly aboard tho Tyrono oveniug boforo
last by a couplo of frionde who exhibited
great solicitudo for him. But. whether
thoy wero falso or truo friends, tbo afore
said olork was jolly.
tss&JSomcthing happened to tho Bell
Lee's machinory below hero which de
tained her 10 hours. Wo could not learn
what It was and as sho repaired it beforo
reaching hero It don't mako much differ
ence . After proceeding a fow' miles up
tho Mississippi sbo whistled. Yesterday
sho blow the signal of distress and landnd.
Tho tug Immediately went to her assist
ance, but about tho timo it arrived sho
started ahead again.
3LTho Cumberland is falling with 4
feet on Harpcth Shoals.
-Tho Ohio is fulling at nil points except
Pittsburg, with 3 feet G inches in tho chuto
at Louisville., and 11 feet at Cincinnati. At
Pittsburg It Is again rising with 3 fact 0
3a5Tlio Jno. Lumsdcn is tho Nnshvillo
packet this evening.
fTTho Jas. Fisk jr., Is tho regular
Paducah packet daily oxcopt Sundays.
Tho Arkansas Bello is tho packet for
Evanivillo on arrival cf tho train.
B Phil Howard (our Phil) has been
to St. Louis. When ho left lie bade good
byo to his frionds with a smile. When ho
returned ho said "How dy," with tha samo
identical smllo on his cnuntenanco as
though not a muscle of his faco had moycd4
whllobti was away. When ho arrive! at
St. Louis, as ho stopped off thu boat ho
was mot by n dozen nows boys shouting
"Hero's your Evening' Times, tolling all
about tho arrival of Phil Howard," whloh
wus tho first nows ho hud heard of It.
Fooling, ho soys, that ho was known too.
well in thoso waters, .ho'mado a few purch
ases and started back to Cairo a i soon, as.
possible. To-morrow wo win try to $ejj
what ho bought. . t l;
is2f- Wo learn from tho Lculsvilo Uur,
t'r-JQuraf, of tho 21st, that a ycrvimppr-.
tant decision has been rcnduretl in the Ed-
prome Court of Indiana, in the vasouui1,
f. .... tL,t...t..:.iit- - vli... .1.-
tuo Ulty 01 joiiunuiiviiiw iiaiim
Loulsvillo & JeffersonvUlo Ferry Cou
to recover wbarfitgo for tho listi pfiilio
wharf. The svllt wns'flr,?. 'brouafii't j'rf
tho niaypi of 'dpUt'rsonvllla 15i years Jpijo,
and judgmuut was rendered for Uiu platan
tiff. Tho company then appealed to thu
Circuit Court whero tho enso ended
Five Dollars Reward Strayed or
In judgment fofdefondant. The case has i
in juugmeiu iur uetondant. Thecaso has
now been scttlod-in thoHtrpretrw-Cotirt of'
thoStaU-by a, dcolskin, In favr of tho i
, city. Tfioufnhd''s'of 'tjollnrs wharfneo aro
i v..j. iiwuaiiuus ui uuillirs wnarfaCQ aro '
'Involved. Thit mln nliharM.4. i- .. ,1
I... ........... ... iiu.a ig mosa
decision are that whether a wharf It kopti
in repair or not by tho owners, tiers.
who uso tt must pay (or tue same,-and that j
li other parties expond money voluntarily
to repair sam wnart tno, qwners,aro not'
jyituoi. IS FtITU,
Cor; Vt'iiilisugton rtc. ,c i 1th street
Hai Removed to TTinter'n niock, and
Opined a i'lrst-Claai
Ho will Ke.et.aV
Sn oa hand Ihe b-? 1 "
iwowosst XFri 00a.
Sr jkeil .'lent, Vtfi'l lent. Sausage, etc, I
At the lowest price, aire him a call. i
siv son! tsi'c nen Abram, ran awiV from thej
nelifJIOOrilOO'l Ol Jiuntr, 1 iiuinnu.I nwt
.... ...... .. . , . .1 a
ua at-o an.t lia-not lie-ftn hrjjtrd-Irom sinre Hn
h.l In his noa.es. ion alirro sum of money. Hell
is nooui iKcniy yrari. oi ukc. uiwu, rjc?, .nuuw,
complexion, hlmnand heavy it try'ataturo, and1
peiiln n ha: -iioi -n or more.linguams iiireii
Vrni.ch mostly In his ordinary' conTtTOition. A l
lllieral rew d will bs paid Jpr. any information I
conerrnfm ma wnereawuiayiv un uuneM i inoi
tt.Ntrholns Hoiel.Calro.llltnota. tl
U AttUAU BEN'AHKASI.
Cairo. Ills,, Apill al, 1S7U apt',Bd3t
J-a. . j -I .1 JS
OSco of the Cairo .t .St. Louia Ratlp'l CO.
Cairo, ins- Anf, um, isu.
Nntiun i.'liafrbv alv'i that
f glvtl that a meelin- of this
ol is .rlimtiinr WM hitld
on rucl .y, tb'iUTih lust .attheeouthem Hotel.
iiosra 01 loretior' 01 u
IntliacUv of St. I.011I.. Mo. nr ui o'clock, a.m
DOOTS AND SHOES.''
BOOT M SM M&KE?
Between Washington Ave & Poplar Si
Boola'and Slioca Madolo Order. FlueJI
J GKOltOE STEIXIIOUSE!
r Cor. Sili SI. and Commercial nv.. .'
IN THE PERRY HOUSE
ftharii Itaaors.Claan Towels and Siktlj
Lathes' and Children's Ilalr Cut and Shitmpoon I
ettuer ai tue.snopor
t AT THEIR OWN HOME?;
flcntldmen'a Whiskers and Uar Dyedlnasci I
tlno manner ana saHsractionguarameeu.
11 1 ' il
AID OF A PDRLIO' LIBRA)!
Tickets Two Dollar mrh llnlvea Ol
Iloiia.r i urn. I
itA-Tlila enlemrl.e lll b conducted ill a I
LMv aimllar muiinrr la that of tho. Ule Uni
,11 ftConertnnii Jlcrepjitile Untf Assu.1
. tloii, orran i rancic. iiuii,iiuHraw
Onpi'lioner-I'" Kvcry TUIi'tj-
1 uh nia - - :
1 I'.ull tilit
1 ah (lift
I CjuIi (illt
1 Cash (illt..-
1 Ca-li (lift
1 Cth Cifti. ...tMH,,.
1 t'ltsll (illt
1 dish (iift....r.i-u-......,.
I CMall (lilt..
I 0.1.11 Ullt.itWJL
1 C.ish Uifl .
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7n.!t hoiderSj bfJIUo, Jtujuul 'Al.r Auciti.J
Wit-II H. Jliralial'a.t
3m"ali BdirJUjrii)aa,la,to Un-on I'anlftaJ
rV.H'.' S'iSr -"'Vf Ittdw1 KWX0'MLl L . i
IW'I sisiiis. vs '"JlVf a1wrtUltll.'' a'MSH'liaJ
Good re.Wujlbltfkoeitl ifant.d. Lit n)a
mission aiioweu. .iirca,
lATOlU) &CO., Uutmoat iU
laTXtfaD JE5 R. T-jH, ic S R!
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