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CAIRO AND NASHVILLE
.- 10 lomnR ite,rncrt leT0 Ca'ro
On the days and at the ....... I
TALISMAN, Every Monday nt5 p.m.;
TYRONE, Every Thursday, nt 5 p.'n.j
LUMSDEN, Every Saturday, ut o p.m.
r"ni or i aisaf-e apply on hoard, 6r .
BIGGS & MALLORY,
'n" '"'J TS OHIO LHVEE.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
Tli beautiful and light dMiixtliltamor
'AMES FISK- ,TR
""""'I ISMKni.E Matter.
I-etret clro dally at 5 p.m., u i IVJuttli daily
--.iii. iiaungaupenor accommodations the
uncut public patronage.
Particular a'Kntion paid te collation r in.
oice chafes, tm the boit will not be rtspon-
i"i wig am until collected.
GIFT FESTIVE X,
May 2otli, 1871,
IX AID OF A PUHLIC LIIIRAIIY
TltkHiTno Dollars Hsu-li-IInl vca One
5BTh.s enterpn.e will becondwtrdina prt
cl.el, similar manner lo that of the late Orand
U ft Concert of the Mercantile Library A.ocU.
lion, or n rranclsco. which gate inch nnlTersal
Onet'tianrelu Every Thirty. Klgiit.
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100 Caah'Sirtt, M each-.- ,
lux) Caan Otftt, 10 each.
lift) Ca.h Gift. 5 each
2510 Oifti, amounting to...............li9ti.fl
Which will be distributed by chance amour tha
ticket holders, by the Mrlual Aid Association of
Rir.st-.ci.-M R. Brock. U H. Mar.hal'a office,
Omaha: Lrfirar Zabriskie, late Union Pae Ifie Hall
road office, Omaha; J. Tuiner, leputy U. t. Mar
hl, Omabil J. Doyle. Postofflce, (foiaha, Neb.
Good responsible areata wanted. Llbeial com.
mt.sion allows!. Address,
I.TFOKD A CO., business Manager!,
i. 4 ii in
THE DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
The Completcst. Simplest ami Beit
Sewing Machine In Use.
Coi. 8th St, & Washington Ave
The demand for the DAVIS HEWING MACII
NK in the Atlantic State, where they are tl
nown, and wliere they aupplant all otheri, la
reater than can be aupplled.
It nter falla In any kind of work. It It almple,
onaiitlng of a few atron parta, and tta Terlical.
oil enaira It to run over teams and to turn cor
em wlthautehanie of atllch or tenainn.
Clothing; and Glore manufMturer' preferlt to
II othnrt, anil that It Ii Jum the thing for htnllr
'wing eTerybtidy wil 1 acknowledge after exam
jlea of flnlh, and repectfallr Inrite all who
fBirB iiuuvn lino niriu bibvp ant unirrriii
I W MACH HE
anufactured tocitetbema rail before piirchaa.
Call and Cct a Circular.
uie, l.oomlait: Co. Iu tlie Frozen field.
.lie Icq wagons of Huso, LoomU & Co.wlll
'mmenco to deliver Ico about the city on
onday, May lit, and will continue to
ako daily rounds each morning (Sun-
ys eiccpiou; uunng mo present season,
dors left at the office of tho company,
rnr Ohio levee and Eighth ttrcct, will
!oivo prompt attention. Huse, Loomls
f. u alio nrenared to fill nil ordnn
lio steamboat and (hipping trade.
Wk linvo been rcquoatod to say that
liotl & Haythorn have now on cxhlbi-
l , . iL ! I. I.nftl
n, nnu lor auio, eTuryiumg i i
ar; and that all their goods are now
I c,iisu, , I
Pjusic Excursion Ma.v 1st. The
nameu iiviliu ia iusjvuvu wihi
w. iiay lotn, on account 01. tno
Art Aftving to go to we wroca
for Danhatn, sunk near Little
inns, tome ilz davs airo. On the
;id the excursion will tako nlace
tutinn IL will Ka miinh nlejttantnr
111 ill v, " M ..... ... i
steamboat ana rural enjoyment.
JACK WINTER, 1
ii u If AllllKTili. I
W. H. SCUUTTER, Mioigtri
WM.HA.MBLKTON , ,
I M rntrn r rn t th rrx mx r-
x Ji v O UJ! lTIJli UJLX I .
Stkawdrrrikh. This delicloui fruit
wnt retailed yciterdny at forty cents ft box.
Men's Fine Seal Hk'n Gaiters, and also
"IVinco Albert,' at Elliott &IIaythorr.'s.
Mliscs' Sorgo and Kidrollsh, scallop-
lop, at tho City Shoo Store, cornor Com
mercial avonue and Eighth street. tf
FLOUR.-Choice Family Flour In bbli
half bbls., sacks &c fur tale nt theErvn-
Urn Mills. ,u
Ladles' Scrgo (Polish) French Kid,
foxed, at City Shoo Storo. corner of Com.
morclal avenue and Eighth atrect. tf
Who is it that does not like smokinir
hot biscuits for broakfast ? Tho Fame
Cook stovo will bake them In Ave minutes
tlmo by the watch. tf
NoTifK. The Oulek Stop D. II. Club
buvo got their grounds nt the Lceust
The Urlo patent movcablo point steel
plow; one oitra point given with ench
plow. For sale only by
I! KK It WART. ORTII A CO..
"r'tr 130 Commercial Ave.
Lkctuiie "The Fut Contributor-' will
lecture in Cairo lomo limo this month un
der the auspices ol tho Voting Men's Chris
tian Association. Due notice will be clven
of tho tlmo, place, etc, through thee col
Xotick. All persons nnvinc articles at
the Cairo Dye House aru requested to rail
nnd get them before the 20th of May next,
or they will lo sold for charges.
Mim. ANN REDMAN.
Quick "Work. One of our enterprising
milliners, who knows how to advertise, re
ceived an addition of Ave dozen hats to her
stock of goods on Saturday evening and
yeiterday evening thelastoue, on tho head
of the wearer, left her establishment.
A tplendid assortment of bird cages
tnos basket, flower standi, flower train
ers, wire-cloth for window screens, bath
and foot tubs, &c, A-c, just received nt
li EERWART, ORTII it CO S,
aOtf 130 Commercial Ave.
Gci Heiu will, In tho future conduct
the barber business of Fred Theobald, at
tho old stand. A full set of competent bar
bers have been engaged, and customers
will receive attention In every particular.
Do not fail to cr.ll and get a flrst-clais
shave, hair-cut and shampoo. m2tf
Tin: Fouutii Ward. Ono oftbetnoit
popular Initiations of thn Fourth Ward
Is Ehler's snoe store, where he makes to
order all kinds of shoes in the most work-man-liko
tnannor. The citizen who uses
his goods will never patronize any other,
shoemaker In the city. His shop la on
Twentieth street, nearly opposito tho
3Iaciiixes. Attention of
wishing a first-class
machine is called to tho
late improved "Wheeler nnd "Wilson's.
Thoy cannot bo excelled for n family
machine, or for light manufacturing pur
poses. All are invited to call and cxam
ino tho improvements. J. C. CARSON,
nptfMlm Agents, Cairp, 111.
Tho bouie heretofore occupied by Pat
rick Fitzgerald, on Ohio Levee between
Fourth and Sixth streets. This house, if
not the best business hou'e is certainly
one of the bcit standi in Cairo. It fronts
tho principal steamboat landing and is
near thn Illinois Central railroad depot.
Also the second floor of tho same building
suitably arranged for offices. Apply next
dcor at Robert Smyth & Co's. wholesale
KvXASToy, James Kynaston, thn well
known butcher of the Fourth "Wnrd(
opened his branch butcher shop yester
day, and now invites the patronage of the
public. Ills "branch" is on the lot next
to tho grocery store of Alderman Carroll
on Commercial avenue, and will be sup
plied with the freshest and best meats in
tho Cairo market. Kynaston knows his
business, nnd always furnishes good meats
nnd gives full weight. tf
"Wanted. An energetic lady and gen
tleman to engage in a pleasant nnd protit
ablo soliciting business. Address J. II.
CHAMBERS, this office, saying when an
interview can bo had. It0
Ori'IIan Ahylum. An election for
twelve trustees of tho Orphan Asylum of
Southern Illinois, nt Cairo, will be held at
the office of D. Hurd & Son, nt 4 o'clock
p.m., May 4th, 1871. II. II. CAN DEE,
Died. Mrs. Ruth Dimmltt, an old
time resident of Cairo, dtcd suddenly yes
terday morning at Paducah. Her remains
will be brought to this city on tho steamer
Fisk, on Friday noxt, nnd be taken by
train Immediately to Villa Ridge for in
termont. Mrs. Dimmltt was tho widow
of the late Captain Dimmltt, widely known
among river men. Tho friends and ac
quaintances of tho deceased are respectful
ly Invltod to tho funeral.
4 LAST CALL.
Tho undersigned is preparing his delin
quent list for Stato and County taxes, and
will have it in tho bands ot tho printer
by tho 1st proximo. All parties in arrears
for taxes either upon real estate or per
sonal property at that date will bo taxed
ALEX. II. IllVIN.
ap-7-d td. ahmw,
TZE3CIE1 CAIRO BULILiETinsr, HVCA. 4
BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
Regular meeting of tho Board of Alder
men, hold nt the Council Chamber In tho
city of Cairo, on Monday evening, May
Alderman Rcardcn In tho Chair.
Present Aldermen lludcr, Cunning
ham, Motcalf, Reardcn, Seaso, Station
nnd "Waldor 7.
Absent Aldermen Carroll, Fitzgerald,
Kleb, Swayno and "Winter 5.
Aldormnn Cunningham moved to dis
pense with tho reading of the journal.
RKt'OPT OP COMMITTEE ON CLAIMS.
Tho Commltlco on Claims, to whom were
referred the following bills, reported tho
same back rccommcndlne payment. Al
derman Mctcalf moved that tho rccom
mondatlon of the Committee be concurred
In. Carried by the following vote, viz,
Ayes Ruder, Cunningham, Metcalf,
Roardcn, Seno, tjtratton and "Waldcr
II Able, balance due him ai clerk ot the
lale eleetlonxd.ya 10 rn
Joa Ihmifl, li.ultua: drunkenmantoJ.lt 7r,
1 no. aaughton, ?i day.' labor on etrreta,
tn April, endinit Hit. 2Mh.ul tl.U) rcr
ciiTr'MirK, lornne 4.ciMr a ikiok i
dar. ....... SS tlO
! SI .honey, n dayi' labor on ureal.. In
April, ending Ihe2ltn,at S2.VJ per day S? U)
fitrattnn Bird, 10 shotela ftr Street
Committee .... IS CO
W WThornton.lumber per order ol Comp
troller ..hm.....mmm,...mmm ...i 42 be
Thoi Mtehan, hauling lumber......-...... 20 40
Wrn Mcllalo, 'ridaya in charge of ctiaJn . .
ran tu April rSili.at 12 (Viper day........ 57 tl
Hibernian Kirr Compaur, neceitary ex.
peoiea on account apparatus etc., for 11
ni'inili', ending AorilJO. 17I .... Ill ?C
Cairo t il y (;Co., for K. consumed iu
i Mrect lamps from March 1 to April I,
N A JJevore, labor on Idewtlka daya in
Apn at SJ I or day...
T?iO. hitiiterald, lalr on .uleuaika 13
dya in April, at tj.'.tfper day.....
2Tb 00 '
Thu simo Committee to whom, also, were
referred the following bills reported the
samo Imck, recommending payment:
J O Lynch, rent, 1 month, to April l'th,
Morri", l'.ood Co., j unber per order of
Comptroller, rj.h. ...... ........ ..
Morn-, Hood Co. lumber per order ot
II A lUnnon, nt.v.lon-ry fur Clerk end
Trea. liter, ca.h
Alderman Cjnnlngbatn moved that
said bills be allowed in city orders at the
rate of eighty cents on the dollar. Carried
Ayef Bader, Cunningham, Metcalf,
Reardcn, Seise, Stratton and "Welder 7.
The said Cmnmlttco also reported back
the judgement of John Cahill against the
city recommending an appeal, if possible.
Alderman Cunningham moved that a
special committee of three be appointed to
confer with said Cahill towards n settle
ment of said judgment. Carried.
Tho bill of tho Hibernian Fire company
not having been acted upon by the Fi
nance Committee, on motion of Alder
man Metcalf, the action of the Council al
lowing the same was reconsidered, that
the bill might take its' proper course.
Upon their first reading: Anordlnance
In relation to hogs; nlso "An ordinance to
provide for tho appointment of n Fire
"Warden, nnd to provide compensation for
his services as such." Said ordinances
having been read, wero laid ever, under
the rule, for a second reading.
The Bill of tho Arab FIro Company,
amounting to $102.45, for necessary re
pairs on apparatus, etc., from Juno 30,
1870 to .March 31,1871, having been al
lowed hy tho Select Council, Aid. Metcalf
moved that the tame be allowed and paid.
Carried by tho following voto:
Ayes Buder, Cunningham, Metcalf,
Reardcn, Sease, Stratton and "Walder 7.
.The Select Council having allowed
James Quinn tho sum of $313 in accord
anco with tho report of the Select Com
mittee on the public cisterns, Aid. Cun
ningham moved to concur in the action of
the Select Council. Carried; the ayes
and nays t hereon being as follows:
Ayes Buder, Cunnlnghnm, Jtotcalf,
Rcarden, Sense, Stratton and Wulder Ii
The bills of street laborers for Mnrch
having been allowed ns follows by the Se
lect Council, Aid. Cunningham moved
that tho action of laid board bo concurred
in. Carried by tho following vote:
Ayes Buder, Cunningham Metcalf,
Rcardcn, Scare, Stratton and "Wnlder 7
Wrn McIIttle. lSiI.iymt S2pfr day . no
H Mahoney,2l dy at f i.livet day 67 7S
Tho. NaUjthlon, 2luuyi at !i.7A per day... 37 73
On motion of Alderman Waldcr, the
M. .1. HOWLEY, City Clerk.
Regular meeting of the Board of Alder
men, held nt tho Council Chamber, In the
city of Cairo, on Tuesday cventng, May
Aldermitn Rcarden in tho Chair.
Present Aldcrmon Cunnlnghnm, Fitz
gerald, Reardcn, Sease, Stratton, Swaync,
Walder nnd Winter 8.
Absent Aldermen Buder, Carroll, Kleb
and Metcalf 4.
On motion of Alderman Winter, tho
reading of tho journal was dispensed with.
Upon Its second reading: "An ordin
ance to providn for the appointment of a
Fire Warden, and to provldo compensa
tion for his sorviccs as such."
Said ordinance having been read, Al
derman Fitzgerald moved to adopt. Car
rier! ; the ayes and nays thereon being as
Ayes Cunningham, Fitzgerald, Rear,
den, Sease, Stratton, Walder and Winter
Nays Swaync 1.
Alderman Budor appeared and took bis
Upon its second reading: An ordlnanco
In relation to hogs.
Said ordinance having bad a socond
reading, Alderman Winter moved that
it be laid upon the table until the next re-
gular meeting of tho Board In June. Lost.
Alderman Cunningham moved lo adopt
tho ordlnanco as read. Carried j tho nycs
and nays thereon being as follows:
Ayes Cunnlnclmm, Fitzccrald, Rcar-
den, Seaio, Stralton and Swaync C.
' Nays Ruder, "W alder and "Winter 3.
1 Tho Committco on Finances, lo whom
was referred tho bill of tho Hibernian
Fire Company, amounting to $111.70, was
reported back by said Commltlco, recom
mending pnyment. Aldortnan "Winter
moved to concur in tho recommendation
of tho Committee. Carried; thoayesand
nays being ns follows :
Ayes Buder, Cunningham, Fitzgerald,
Reardcn, Seaso, Stratton, Swaync, Waldcr
In accordanco with tho desire of the
Board, expressed nt Its meeting on list
evening in connection with its action on
the judgmentof John Cahlll Vs. the City,
tho Chair appointed as a committco to
to confer with said Cnhtll towards n settle
tnent of laid, judgment, Aldermen Cun
ningham, Waldcr and Stratton.
On tnotfon'of Alderman Cunningham,
tho Board then adjourned.
M. J. HOWLEY, City Clerk.
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St. Niciiolab. Day boardors can se
curo good accommodations at theSt. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. James) at $4 per
week, Tho houso ii at tho corner of Ohio
loveo and Eighth street, a central location,
and is proprletored by Hany Wulker,
who is alive to tho wants of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding.and lodging can
loarn terms ori Jtiqulry attho office.
Barclay Bros, aroselling more of Sim
mons' Liver Regulator, nt retail, than d
all tho others of that class of medicines
put together. Tho reason of this is be
causo all who try it reoommend it to their
Interim on ScRir. Tho City Coun-
ell last night adopted tho following Import-
nnt rcsolutlun, which, If wo nro not great
ly mistaken, will have the effect of bring
ing warrants on the city treusury to par I
! if lUnohtd by I he City Council of the
urer lor payment, and thoro shall bn nn
funds in tho treasury for tho payment of
said order, it shall bo tho duty of said
Treasurer, at tho request of tho holder of
the order, to endorso upon the back of the
same tho tlmo of it, presentation In tho
following words, to-wit: "Registered for
interest, this day of A. D ,"
which endorsement shall bo slgnod by tho
Treasurer who shall, at tho time, mako a
mlnuto or entry In a book to bo provided
for that purpose, of tbo number nnd
amount of raid order, the name of tho per
son to whom issued, and by whom and
All such orders, so presented and en
dorsed, shnll draw interest at tbo rale of
ten per cent, per nnnum from tho time of
sucti presentation nnu endorsement until
the samo shall bo paid, or tako up by tho
Tho accrued Interest upon nil such or
ders shall bo received In payment of all
sums of money duo tho city In tho same
manner and to tho same ctfect as tho or
ders themselves aro now, or may hereafter
ho, receivable; Prodded, that "in tho pay
ment of such'Orders, or In their bcins ro-
clived in payment of city dues, thu nrln-
cipal nnd interest shnll not bo separated,
nnd tho one paid without tho other.
Whenever any such order is paid, or re
ceived in tifivmoiit. the Trcaaurur shnll
enter In said book tho tlmo of payment,
tbo amount paid, principal nnd Interest
scpnrnte, nnd tho person to whom paid.
r. a. lodwick.
Corner Klxtli nnd Walnut Ntrccta r.n-
Ciicik-iati, May 1, 1H71.
Card. Wo desire to inform our friends,
nnd the traveling public, that wo aro now
located at tho above mentioned house. Wo
have been at great expense, and spared no
pains in selecting and fitting up a Jini-cla
After thoroughly remodeling nnd refur
nishing It, nnd having everything new
now paint, new furniture, now style, new
chargci, new servants, new arrangements,
and n good house, containing over ono hun
dred rooms, with a frontage on two Htreets,
affording both light and air, we offer su
perior inducements, and hope, by furnish
ing a good table, comfortable rooms, atten
tivo waiters, and our own personal atten
tion, to merit a portion of the patronago of
the traveling public. Respectfully,
OAKF.S, CADY it CO.
Thu local of the Paducah Kentuekian
regret exceedingly thnt ho did not have
tlmo to pay tho proper attention to his vis
aing friends from Cairo and oilier points.
"They must," lie says, "take tho will for
tho deed, and excuso any apparent lack of
courtesy on our part, nnd we will try and
be more sociable at another time." All
Four prisoners were consigned to the
calabooso yesterday threo men and ono
woman. The men wero nil drunk, nnd
tho womnn a nice young lady of doubt
ful virtue had Indulged her pugilistic
propensities, nnd whipped a friend of hers.
Resch wns selling lino strawberries
yesterday for thirty cents n box.
Tho moonlight Is inviting to thoso who
have nn attack of tho soft passion.
Tho trial of John Shannessy, at Mo
tropolis, has been continued by the defend
ant. Popo continues to go for tho dealers
who continue tn sell liquor without li
cense. Wo had the pleasure of meeting on
tho street, yesterday, our old friend, Mr
Louis Mnthuwn, who has returned from
St. Louis, and taken n position of respon
sibility in tho Iron storo of our enterpris
ing citizen, Mr. 0. R. Woodward. Mr
Mathews has in this city n host of warm
personal friends, .who will be glad to learn
that ho has concluded to cast his lot with
us onco ngain and this timo "for good.
Cnpt. E. 0. Van P.dt requests the Ta
ditcah Ktntuckian to return his thanks to
Mr. James Fulton, of Cairo, nnd to seve
ral citizens at .Mound City for many cour
tesies and fuvors extended to him.
The Turners intend to repent their pic
nic given last Sunday, and tho next timo
thoy will select a day that is not drizzly.
Rev. C. II. Footo returned home yes
terday. Base ball Is becoming tbo rngo with
our old nnd young boys.
Tun Fenton Corn Mill. This estnlc
lishment, corner of Commercial nvonun
and Twentieth street, is now in chnrgo of
Mr. M, D, (Sttntor, who bnvlng purchased
nnd thoroughly refitted It, invito tho at
tention of the public to the fact that he is
now prepared to furnish dealers nnd fumi
lies with tho very best article of corn meal.
Orders left nt tho mill or sent through the
postoflleo will rccclvo prompt nttcntion.
Fitzqerald'h Sample Rooms. Per
sons bibulously inclined, lovers of tho ex-
hilerating juico of tho corn and juice of tho
grapo, or malt bovoruges, should call im
mediately at tho satnplo rooms, on corner
Commercial nvcnuo and Fourteenth street.
Buiides everything in the drinking line,
of tho purest kind, ho has tho most fra
grant Havana cigars, importations from
Cuba, that land of narcotic weeds. Fltz-1
gornld keeps a first-class place, and haH
with him Jimmy Eugllsb, who knows ev
erybody, nnd knows tho wants of ovory
body and who is n gentleman, overy
inch of him.
it. t . ?tuun conttnttt, ordered bv tho peoplo to bo Issued," say
fS-Srss:; lt Si wet k r1 mu,t
the Cily Clerk upon tho City Treasurer, ')e commenced In sixty days and bo com
shnll prosent tho same to said City Treai 1 pletcd from Cairo to Vinccnncs within
J Tun County Court and the
Cairo and Vincknne Railroad.
Tho court has gono nnd done It sure. It
hni nbsolutcly como to a conclusion ln re
gard to tho C. & V. R. R. matter, and such
n conclusion 1 "Wo will isstio tho bonds
two years; iuf when tho road Is completed
from Cairo to Mound City, then this
court will ittue $50,000 of said bonds
to said railroad company on
delivery of $50,000 of paid up stock, and
when tho road is completed to Johnson
county, $50,000, etc.; &tt the tbonds thus
Issued shall not bo valid unless tho wholo
road Is completed in two years; nnd
even If the road is completed from
Calso to Vinccnncs within tho specified
tlmo, no interest on them shall
become duo until the court shnll havo
had ample tlmo to collect tho same. And
further, the stock issued to tho county for
thcio bonds arn not to bo liable to any as
sessment made by tho company. Wo
modestly suggest that this order is the
qulntcsccnco of stupidity.
True. There can bo no doubt that
Baugh is, par txctlltncc, tho boot and
shoemaker of Cairo. He challenges com
petition in Ills trade, nnd atsurej tho pub
lic that ho will guarnntoo to his customers
satisfaction. His shop is on Eighth street
near tho corner of Ohio Lnvoc. tf
"Tim Wk Maintain." That Albn
never fails to do his loniorinl work in n
manner thnt will warrant us In saying thnt
hehasnn superior in his lino of business.
Albn's everybody knows Alba Is on
Commercial avenue, near seventh street,
Nothing venture, nothing have. Here
la a chance to nld in a good cause and at
tho same timo win a fortune. This legal
enterprise In aid of n public library nt
Omaha Is conducted by honorable men, In
whom confidence can bo placed. Buy n
ticket nnd win that $20,000. Sco adver
Succkh is tho best teUof superority;
tno wonderful demand for Simmons' Liver
Regulator Is one of tho convincing proof
thnt this article Is appreciated nbovo every
thing ebo of the kind. However much its
jealous defamcrs mny throw their shafts,
truth will prevail and so will this medi
A Handful. A very small quantity of
wood or coal, In a Charter Ouk Stovo will
cook a plenteous meal for a small family ;
for Its wholo arrangement hot-air flues,
oven, fire-box, damper, etc., Is so planned
as to save and apply all thu heat gcrcrntcd
directly to the cooking food, without per
mitting it to escapo up the chimney.
I will sell, on reasonable terms, my
threo story hotel and grocery building, and
lot, located on tho Ohio Levee, opposito
the Central Elcva'.sr. This is n very de
sirable property being closo to tho now
manufacturing establishment now being
erected in tho Fourth Ward, nnd Is par
ticularly adopted to tho uses of nny por
son desiring a stand for cither tho hotel
or grocery business. Apply, cither by
letter or personally, to
For Sale. Tho undersigned will sell
at ptrvnto salo tho following described
property: Four work horses; 2 sets
doublo hnrncss; 2 two-horso wagons;
several plows and othor agricultural Im
plements. Parties do! ring to purchnso
will call at her residencoornt Robt. Brl
bach'f, opposito the court house. Terms
of sale, half cash; balance on six month's
credit, with good security.
apr22dlm Mrs. KATIE COOPER.
Corner Waalilmton Avenue ami Four
Fred. Blaukcnburg's saloon is newly
and elegantly fitted up and sunpllcd with
tho finest wines, liquors, beer, cigars, etc.,
that can bo found in tho citv; and Fred.
has nosuporlorni o dispenser of delightful
beverages. Do nut forget tho place, cor.
ner Uth street nnd AVashlngton nvoniio,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
ev Time Table.
On and nfter 12:30, p. in., Sunday, Dee.
4th, the following timo table will govern
tho arrival nnd dopnrturo of passenger
trains nt Cairo ;
Mull train leaves nt 3:4u a.m.
Express " " nt .1:30 p.m.
St. Lou's nnd Cairo Express
leaves nt 1:20 a.m.
Accommodation leaven at... 12:30 p.m.
Mail arrive. 2:05 a.m.
Express arrives -.12:24 p.m.
St. Louis and Cuiro Express
arrives t:ir, p.m.
The lust nutned train leoves St. Louis
at 10:30 H.m. Traders can lonvo Cairo at
1:20 a.m., reach St. Louis at 7:25 a.m., re
main in the city three hours, nnil return
to Cairo at 4:45 p.m., tho samo day.
Tho 12:30 accommodation nnd Cairo
and St. Louis express Inava daily; all oth
ers leave dully except Sundays.
Way passengers should bear in mind
that the 3:30 p in. train makes only 11 vo stop
pings between Cairo and Centralla viz:
Mounds, Joncsboro, Curbonditlc, Du Quoin
and Ashley. Thu 12:30 p.m. train slops
at all the stations along the route.
dec3tf Agent, Cairo.
Gnta' Oxford Ties,
and Opera Slippers, at
the 'City Shoe
Store," corner of Commercial avenue and
Eighth street. tf
Cairo Branch or Tn Iron Moun
tain Road A. P. Smith, Eiq tgnt of
tho Iron Mountain road at Belmont wsi
In the city yesterday, and reported that
tho branch of the Iron Mountain road
from Charleston to Bird's Point would
be complotcd within sixty days from this
djte, and can bo running thereon within
Good Place. All strangors visiting
tho city call on Alba to get fine shaves
nnd hnvo their hair cut In an artistic man.
Ladle' Scrgo (Polish), scallop-top; for
from ono dollar and fifty cents to three
dollars nnd twcnty-flvo cents, at City
Shoo Store, cornor of Commercial arenas
and Eighth street.
Removal. Mrs. J. Cummmgi wishes
to inform her customers nnd tho public
generally that sho has removed her mil
linery goods from her storo on Eighth
street to tho commodious room oa Com
mercial Avenue, between Seventh and
Eighth streets known iu Mrs. Oswold'a
old stand. Mrs, Cummingi has .added
largely to her slook of goods, and now nas
n chenp, seasonable nnd fashionable col
lection of hats, lonnet", ribbons, clc, to
which she .nl. tliu attention of old and
new patrons. rn24dtf
Cntumorcltil Ay., Opposllu Poit 0Blcj
JOSEPH BAYLISS, Proprietor.
The Home ii newly luml.hed and offers to the
public flrt-cl accommodations. febTdtf
ovsk irtm.G aa'jD mov-
SOMERWELL & BAIRD
ca ;:, u.Liixoi,
Are prepared to take coctmcki for ralsrnn or
lilOTine hOtie. of any a a., or da erintfon.'oranr
other kin I of norlt in their Una.
THy hue all iho in chin cry appllc far re
moviiiij or riming Imu.eaiin ahorl notice,uda.
a.h.'- n' irihlle n.tr-nge noTtlf
i. a. loawtcx.
Conipr Sixth nud Wnlnut Streets,
tKntrance on Sixth Street.)
OAKES, CADY & CO., Proprietors.
Stn'eof lllinol", Alexmder County, . In the
Circuit Court uf Alexander County, July Term,
Daniel Arler, Cha-les D. Arter and Joseph II. Bit.
lenliou.-c, partners doinx bu.lnesa under the
firm name of l. Arter A Co., . Kr-nm E.
Wil.on. In Attachment. Demand (112.00. Dam.
Notlcels hereby siren to you, the said Franc 1 1
E. WiUon. that a Writ of Attachment has been
aued out of the office ot the Cleric of the Circuit
Court of Mid County of Alexander, at tha ault of
Iheaaid Daniel Arter, Char'es D. Arterand Joeoph
II. IlittenhouMO, tlrm o D. Alter A Co., and tf ainst
the e.tate of you, the aaid Francis K. Wilton for
one hundred and twelro dollars, besides Intereat,
directed io the Sheriff of said County to execute,
which aalil writ has been returned by aald Sheriff
ex cutcd by attaching Lot No. elffht (S) in Illockx
Nn. twenty, four (21) In the Fi nt Addition to the
Cily of Cairo, County of Alexanderand btate of
Illinois-, an tha property of.ald Wilson.
Now unlent on, the aaid Francis E. Wilton,
shall personally bo and appear before the Circuit
Court t said County ou thetlrst I'ayof the next
term theroof, to t fiolden in the city of Cairo, in
said County, on tho Br.t Monday In the month of
July next, givo apeoial bail and plead to said ac
tion, Judgment will bo entered against you tn
faYT of the tail plaintitla and the property
attached aold to aatlufy the same with coata.
JOHN Q. UAH!
Cairo, Illinois, May 3d, U.l.
Ltneirar, MunnA I'ope, Plaintiff" t
The rn.n-irlner.hln heretnfiirA exiltlne between
Mcer. Wood and Itoyie In the maaou and build
ioi; bu.ine.ii, I. hereby di.solred by mutual con
pent, Eitherof tho parties aro authorised to let.
tti nny oulatandlns claims lor or against said
tlrm. The pnrtner.hlp existing by Wood A Uoyle
further notice remain heretofore.
isiKoeui jiiii.i ituuu,
Arthur novle will continue In ihehuildin- hn.l.
sluess, nnd being thankful to lilt triendt for past
rami., hopei to receive n continuance of the
same future. A. UOYLE.
Cairo, Ills,, April 29, 1871. my2-3t
REAL ESTATE BROKERS-
q wi.wrox v co.,
(Succe.sors to John CJ. llarnian A Co.,)
A.UC Tl'oiiVE EBS
74, Socond Floor, OHIO LEVEE
Buy nud Soil Real KsttH
X- rp m -r YMIt
t'ttH.MSH AllMTItAfTn p TfTI.V
N HKI'ARh COUVfcXAXCr.a
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GAS & STEAM FITTER
Han llemoTcdfrom the Perry House to the
URIC- BU1LUINU 05 SRTlTNtl ST
, Unpottta Wiaifi't Blotm,
on hand adiindtof Chindelicre, lraokt)t. I'mJ.
ants. Hall I.ijthls, Olobrs, Hludt-s, el.-, lie ht
marked dowu hit prices to Iho lowest II', Dg
figures, and Invite tha patronage of the putbu.