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Corner Sixth and Walnut St recti,
(Entrance on BlilhSlreet.)
CIHCINIf A.TI, OHIO.
OAKES, CADY & CO., Proprietors.
Couierctal An, Oppatlt Pott OM t
JOSEPH BAYLIS8, Proprietor.
. .Th Boas I newly furnLhed ! fferetothe
i ikllellrat-laee aoeoaaisodaUoaa. , lebTdif
OF THE CONDITION OP THE
CITY NATIONAL BANK
AtCelro, tntlieHUteof llllnole, t iho Clow of
Buitncaa, April mi.
IOan nJ dlaeoantaM ... f m.lil 6
U.B..bondtoaecuiocirculatlon..... lOO.Wi 00
" " OD hand....... 16,330 00
Other atoeki. bond and mortgage.. 7,012 M
pae from redeeming- and
raaerre W!enti.....lM,IM C3
Duo from other ftational
Baakl .. . 67,612 3
Du from other llanka and
ltackeu. . 11,11(4)
Bunking houe..... 23,000 00
Oihrrtlette........ J7.4C2 U
Current expenaei...... S,2S 6S
Tmxee paid-......... 1.JS4 3D
Geah Items Including
. etampe... 3.7U IT
.MUl of oilier National !
Banki 1T.SJSJ 00
Traction! currency . 3,201 oa
Bpeeia (colii)...... 11,144 tl
I 'gal Tader.Note i,oso oo
Capital flock .
uralue fund ,
.. 24,000 00
Exchange t 4,117 01
lawrt ..lo,W7 tn
rroflt and lota . 1,711 64 ,WS 91
Circulation ouiitanding.. . SO.O00 C3
IndlTldaal depoatU t-JO.SOS 72
Due national Baqka ... 40 76
Dae other. Uaaka and fiankeri 34,318 M
rfute'of Illiaoia. Alexander Canatr. mm.
I. A. B. Seferd, Oaahlar of lb city National
T " Caifo, doaslemnl awear that lha aacrre
aM taHetV ,y. a. HAFfoiCD, Caenier?
Bo beer! bed and aworn to before m, thla tth
Oar of May, 1171. il, H. CAN DEE,
Correct Atteat. NnUrj iublie.
OFTIItf CONDmOX OF THE
Firit National Bank
OIF CAIEO, ILLS.,
obis. -- -
At the Clot of Dtuineaa, April Wth, 1171.
Loanaaad dlcdutit............... f
Orenlrafta ......,.... .
tr. B. bonds to secure clrcalatlon.......
V. . .bonda and aecurUle on
Other boade, itocka and mort
gagee ...... .
Doe from redeeming and reterro
Dae from other national bnke.......
Due from other Uanka and Utakrri ,
Vuroltureand nittma...-... ,
Caen I tenia. Including rerenue
Caau.uM nana (uuio).u... 2,117 zf
Carreney.,1 40,lt2 00
Iatreit........... ....... 2,4S 14
Profit aid loaa.......... 214 37
Du to National Banka.
State of Illinois, County of Alexander, aa.
If C. N; Hugtiei; CaiDiar of the Pint National
Bank ol Cairo, do aolemnljr awear that the abore
aUtemaolla true to the beatofnir knowle Ige and
belief. . v ., CM, UUflllES, Caahier.
Bubarribed and aworn to beforo me, tbla 8th
UhA9. CUNNINGHAM, Notary Public.
.Correct attets "
, D. 1IURD,
1 ItOBT. W MIL1.KK,
...1 HEUMAN MKVKBJ,
. myiJlia , . Directora.
" r Practical Watchmaker
216 WASHINGTON AVBNDE,
Oairo", : : : : Illinois
Alwaya en bund a duo tlocki of
' WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC
'm" ni ii.'J
wn"cuUr"' l0",!ven ,orePlrlni Fine
- Sr1Th?iw?!'utock of "ol a Silver Bnee
t taflUa.lBthiotty.: ,D7d3m
Wm.WJMTwi.,', Jno.u, cannon
liTNtfaUBalCANNON ft CO.
, BtMoetMr ta B. O.'TCTtik Co,,
waouaau piiliu if t
STMW k SILK MILLINERY
502 X. 4tk St, cor. St, Ckarle,
v OTrU, H.,EipuiiQfflc, TX.OIJM.
will relT piompi' and cfcrtful aUa
Undr oonireJIwltrflrVnlfed BtateanndBritlan
uoternmenia lorcarriiogine maii.v 1 . , .
For rairtag Tioki.,or. furUier Inforroatloo
.ni in jiiu. n nai.C' awn-iic umri.
MwToik,,orfoA.rrt lTli. kourT...
JUfllba HTCBlie, CAJWi Hill
NEWS OF THE CITY.
Men' Flno Heal Hkln Gnltor, and alio
"IVlnco AlterU.'' ut Elliott & lUytborc't.
MImo' Soro and Kid Pollib, iCnllop
toD. at the Citv Shoo Store, cornor Com
mercial ftronuo and Elehth atroct. . U
Floub. Cholca Fasilr Flour In bblt
half bill., aack Ac, for tala at thaXgyp
tlan Mill. au 7
Ladle' Serge (Pollib) French Kid,
oiod, at City Shoe Store, corner of Com
mercial avenue aad Eighth street. tf
Who It It that doe not like tmoklng
hotblaculU for breakfatt? The Fame
Cook etore will bake them In Ave minute
time by the watch. tf
H'a ..n. -
Seo-advertUcmcnt of Dr. ButU' Diipcn
aary, headed Book for the Million Mar
rlago .OuMe In anothor column. It
hould be read by all. myOdwly
Gents' Oxford Tic, l'rln.-o AlborU
and Opera Slippcn, at the '-City Shoo
Store," corner of Commercial ovenuo and
Eighth itrect. tf
Ukad the advcrt'imcnt In Another col
umn of tho ontorprlio In aid of a public li
brary at Omnha. Being lcgitl and con
ducted legally and openly li a auro guar-
an too of fairness. myOdlw
Infantm. Much luiferlng to tlioso
tender little budt of tbo human family
might be allayed by uilng Mr. Whlt
comb Soothing Syrup. Sco advortlte-
meet in another column. my9dwlw
Tub Urio patent moveable point iteel
plow; one extra point given with eact
plow. For aale only by
' BEEKWART, ORTH & CO.,
nCtf 180 Commercial Ave.
Iidie' Serge (Poliih), kallop-top, for
from one dollar and fifty cent to thrco
dollar and twenty-flvo cent, at City
Shoe Store, corner of Commercial avenue
and Eighth itrect. tf
Barclay Bros, are tolling more of Sim
mon' Liver Regulator, at retail, than of
all the other of that clan of medicines
put together. Tho reaion of thi I be-
cauto all who try it recommend it' to their
A plendid auortment of Mrd cage
mon basket, Cower ttandi, flower train
en, wire-cloth for window acreen, bath
and foot tulx, Jkc Ac., just received at
BEERWART, ORTH ACQ'S,
aCtf 130 Commercial Ave.
Tkce. There can be no doubt that
Baugh U, ntr rxetUtncr, tbo boot and,
shoemaker of .Cairo, Do challenge com
petition in hi trade, and acsurcs tbo pub
lic that he will guaranteo to hi customers
satiifaction. Ill shop It on Eighth street
near the cornor of Ohio Levee. tf
Sewing. Machines. Attention of
persons wiihing. a nrst-clnss
sewing machlno is called to the
lato Improved Wheeler and Wilson'.
They cannot bo excelled for a family
machine, or for light manufacturing pur
poses. All are invited to call and exam
ine tho improvement!. J. C. CARSON, j
ap30dlm Agent, Cairo, 111.
St. Nicholah. Day boarders can se
cure good accommodations at the St. Nich- ,
olas (formerly the St. James) at $4 per
week. The house is at the corner of Ohio
levee and Eighth street, a central location.
and is proprietored by Hariy Walker,
who I alive to the wants of hi patrons.
Parties dosiring boarding and lodging can
learn terms on inquiry at the office.
"I wi.su I was dead!" is an expression '
not unfrequently made use of by'the dys
peptic and sufferer from Liver disease, the
depressed spirits unfiling the mind for
anything, and 'almost driving him to dii-
palr. But bo of good cheer, thoro Is life
and health for you yet, so those that have
taken Simmons' Liver Regulator attest. It
regulars tho Liver, dispels despondency,
and restores health. my9dwlw
Fob Sale. Tbo undersigned will sell
at private salo tho following dascribed
property: Four work horses; '2 sots
double harness; 2 two-horso wagons;
sovoral plows and othor agricultural im
plements. Parties deairing to purchaso
wilt call at her residence or at Robt. Bri-
buch'r, opposite the court house. Terms
of tale, half cash; balance on tix month's
credit, with good security.
apr22dlm Mrw, KATIE COOPER.
Removal. Mrs. J. Cummings withes
to inform her customers and the public
generally that she has removed her mil
linery goods from her store on Eighth
street to tho commodious room on Com
mercial Avenue, botwean Seventh and
Eighth streets known as Mrs. Os wold's
old stand. Mrs. Cumming bo added
largely to her itoek of goods, and now hat
a cheap, teaaonablo and fashionable col
lection of hats, bonnets, ribbons, etc., to
which she asks tho attention of old and
new patrons. m24dtf
FiTzaaauuB Samplk Rooms, Per-
sons bibulously Inclined, oven of the ex
onerating Juice of tho corn and juice ot the
-grape, or malt beverages, should call Im
mediately at tbo sample rooms, on' corner
uoramerciai avenue ana fourteenth street.
.1 ... '
Besides everything in , tbo drinking line,
ot 1110 puruat muu, 110 uua iuo molt ira
grant Havana cigars Importations from
(Juba, tuat iana or narcotic weea. trnz
cerald keeps a first-class place, and baa
. .' , 1 1 1 t.l- ...U -
Wlin UUBalimnty xugiiau, miu iuuna,
erybodr, nnd knows the wants of ovory.
body .and who Is tv gentleman, every
incu 01 uiui,
Away. Mulkey I at Shawncetown;
Allen at Metropolis.
V "s, r r , . r t ."
Back Aoaih. Mr; Mosci' Foss, who
ha been absent from tho city ftbouVlilt,
months, returned n day or two ago. "
Winds. Very detcstablo winds pre
vailed nil day yesterday, andwero sound
ly.donounced by nil persons who detest
Wx -havo been requested to say that
Elliott A Haytborn have now on rkJbl
U,.and for tale, everything in the .boot
and shoe line for ladies, and gentlemen'
wear; and that all their goods are now
andttyllib. t aprl6tf
SuaTBOHNrra Soma fef oor'Jady school"
teachers have discarded the Jaunty hat for
the old-time sunbonnet the green ging
ham tunbonnet, long, cape, full crown,
ruffle, paste-board and all. This head
gear Is very becoming to . the "inarms."
Suddex Dkatii. Mr. John Johnson,
formerly a lumber merchant In this city,
and at one time a partner ot J01. McKen
etc, suddenly dropped dead on last Sunday
while walking along ono of tho streets of
St. Louis. Mr. Johnson leaves, a wife nnd
Select Corwcit Meetino. At the
meeting of tne Council 'hcld.lait
night, thq hog ordinTnco was adoptodj and
tho voto by which the ordinance prescrib
ing new rule for tbo Council was Uo-
fcatcd, was reconsidered and the ordinance
Gentle Biiei-uerd Tell Ua Wht.
Why can't wo have a circus ? What bavo
tee done that all the Sawdust Knights
should pats us by on either lidif? Even
Mound City, that quietest of villages, tt
moro favored than the buttling city,. of
Bal Cuamfetre-. Our noighbori of
Mound City aro anticipating a night of
enjoyment on the 30th Inst The Naval
Fire Brigade have announced their, Intenr,
tion to give a Bal Champotre in Dr. Ca
sey's grove on that evening. From what
we can learn tho affair will bo a brilliant
Strawbebey Festival. Tho ladles of
the Presbyterian church have been, labor
ing industriously to make their strawberry
festival to-night a tucceis. It will beheld
in the 'room formerly occupied by Mr.
Cunningham, on Ohio levee. Tho festival i
is for the benent'or tne cnurcn, anovine
public should attend en maU.
Arbestkd, A few nights sinco, while
a certain tailor was in a bouse of Lizzie
Walbridge on Sixth street, a negro thief
named David Jones, entered and stole
his coat, vest, pants, and shirt and a chem
ise, long stocking, shoes, etc. let-
terday. officer Sumner arrested Jonci, and
found tbo good in hit valise. Judgf Bros
bald him to bail in the sum of $CO0f
Tun Fenton Corn Mill. This citab
lishment, corner of Commercial avenue
and Twentieth street, is. now in charge of
Mr. M. D. Guntcr, who having purchased
and thoroughly refitted it, invites the at
tention of tho public to tho fact thtuhefis
now prepared to furnish dealers and fami
lies with tbe very best article of corn meal.
Orders left at tbe mill or sent throogh tbo
postoffico will receive prompt attention.
' tf '
The Wood Pile. The time is past in
the West and South when it- made no dif
ference bow much wood a family burned.
Even in regions where wood is abundant,
the expense of getting it is a large item of
family cost, and people are learning to
stake their wood pile last as long at pout,
ble. .There U no agent that aid this acon
omy of fuel so much as a Charter Oak
Stove. Try It. -ny9dwlt
To Ttteaa tbe Attention or the PaklU
la tlapeclalljr Invited.
fco's. The barber shop of Wm. Alba,
on Commercial avenue, near tbo corner of
Eighth street, is the place to which all
lovers of n good, close shavo with razors
sharper than iho wit ol twenty Jcrrolds,
wind their way. , tf
Meals. Tho crunch incut shop of James
Kynaston, located on Commercial avenue,
noxt door to tho grocery storo of James
Carroll, is now in full blait, and this pop
ular butcher It supplying all tho refined
meat caters of that portion of tbo Fourth
Ward with splendid meat. If you havo
not tried him givo him a coll. tf
JIUne'i. Ulme, at tho old stand, on
Sixth stroot, near Ohio lovee, U conduct
ing his harbor shop in a first-class stylo.
It is n modol establishment in ovory par
ticular, and while in bis charge all its cus
tomers will receive aourtcous attention,
and tho benefit of excellent workmanship.
'Hair cutting, shaving, shampooing, .etc.
Ncv Barber Shop.-Tbo rawr is might
ier than either tbo. sword or pen, and
Frederick NeUer handles bis razor with
more skill than William does hi sword or
Dickens did1 hi "j pea; and beyond all
doubt, he has the most splendidly fur-
nlibed shop in tbe' city., ua may do'
found near tho corner of Ohio lovee, on
Eighth street,''" fA'ror of the St Nief
olaaJtottU Olye tjn a call. royfetf
' ' . FOR BENT.
Tho housbAieUfor'e.upIed, by Pat
rick Fitzcirald, on Oblo LevebetWaeat
Fourth and Sixth streets. This house, it
not tbe best busiuotti houto U.,-,eurtalnly!
one, of the best stands, ln. (q.i.ro4j It IJonj;
the' principal stoamboat Uitdlng and Is
near the Illinois Central, ralfrpadi depot,.
Alan tha anennd floor of tllO same bullcllnc
suitably arransod for offices.' Apply.nett
door, at Robert Smyth & Co'j. wholcsaja,
grocery, store, " tf
ShaHatCone-Great Oolnga-sa Amonc
. WBatlaBone.' ') ' I
-Mrs. Jonnlo Ferris, whoovet, sho may
bo, hat como to town like old" Dan Tucker,
anil It holding nightly soances atone of our
principal hotols. Tbcto seances, at which
Mrs, Ferris tplrituallstlo powers are ex
hibited, aro receiving tho countcnanco of
many prominent citizens,1 and one of our
most Influential minister graced the cir
cle on Tuesday night. Ltstt night tbe
manifcUtIoB".wert) again made manl.
fest, and all tho bellverswora beyond ex
pression gratified by the powers of the re
markablo Ferris. ,
MrsVFerris Is a magnet! 0 medium and
bat intimate relations with a ipirit named
Richard, Who la' a wboje team In tho land
of shades): ' 'He I In business in tbe third
.spbera, and Was', become to independent
that all hi time is not required in his ttoro.
He tan therefore devoto consideradlo at
tention to the affairs of earth. In order
to'do so In tho most acceptable manner be
has had tbe good sense to tolect Mrs. Fer
ris as his medium. Betides Richard, Ball
and Roto, fetnato spirits, aro familiars of
the Ferris. Tbcto girls, after entering tbo
spirit land, were very busy fora while get
tlngthohang of things, but having donoso
In n tatltfactory manner, havo jolnsd. Rich
nrd In an attempt to confer blessings upon
mnnkind. In furtherance of thlt noblo
object, thoy aid Richard in playing gui
tars, tambourines, drums, violins, etc., in
tho dark ; and, in order that tho salvation
of tho world may be assured beyond doubt,
they occasionally, slip solid rings of Iron
on persons clasping hands. Only very
skeptical person can claim that' these as
tonltblng tpiritual fcatt will havo littlo'in
fluenco in' ameliorating tbe evils of tho
world or In bringing tpcedlly the dawn of
the mlllenium. Every tlmo Dick strikes
upon tho tambourine, a tear Is'driod; eve
ry time Bell jingles the bells tho poor aro
bleiscd with bread; ovory tlmo Rose goes
ror mo guitar a - nomo is muio unpjij.
Now, theso aro blessings which no philan
thropist ahould'thrdw over his thoulder,
and wo must, congratulate Mrs. Ferris on
being thn medium of tuch bcnevolont den
izens of the other world. The Madamo
has been In Mobile, and has admirers in
that city who have given her tbe following
peculiar- "testimonial of appreciation."
It will repay a perusal :
hfri: JcnU Ftrrbt Permit us. in be-
liairof oursal ve aid (fuck or, our. citizens
aw nBTO aiau voo (,"uu w
your recent seances in this City, to return
to you and tho Spirits controlling you,
our most sincere acknowledgements of
high regard; 'and, furthermore, to inform
the Public In, behalf of yourself and tho
Spirit Band.nhat we have wltnesied,
through youriMedlumship and their cour
tetles tho most satisfactory testimonials of
a 1.1 fo Bo void.
Through you, as a magnetic medium,
your controlling Spirits have sont us mes
taget written by their own bands; have
spoken to ut with, their own lips, touched
us with their own hands, and shown ut
their own forms. They havo thrown solid
rings of iron, wood nnd leather on our
arms while wo hold firmly to your hands:
and whllo thus held or tied yourself, nnd
wbllo tbe bands of all tbo company wcro
firmly clasped with each other, your con
trolling Spirit bavo bandied us familiarly,
transported our various articles of ap
parel or tied us, as tneir scorning nuraors
suggested. Under tbeso conditions thoy
havo played, as with a deafening din, in
mid air, guitars, tamborinos, drums, vio
lins, trumpets, music boxes and chiming
bells by the score.
In addition, your descriptions of our kin
dred spirits, as well as of personal charac
ter were, so far as we know or could judge,
easy, apt and accurate. All this and much
more of a strange, suggestive and uncom
prehended character, we have witnessed
.and hereby .attest.
' Be pleased, worthy and esteemed friend,
to accept for yourself and Spirit Band
Bell, Rosa, Richard and others, this humble
tribute of grateful regard from your hon
ored and profited friends,
Y. A. Garb. M. D- . J. N. Holunel,
J.P.Dr.oMoooLE.M.D., ILBomtobd 0-.yen,
Jno. Bowen, JnoXBshepiubd,
O. S. Ueerh, -Mrs. j. u. I'ure,
A. M. Qdioley, T. Given,
Mobile, May 10, 1870.
The Cairo and Fulton R. R. Thos.
Allen was in Charleston, Mo, last week
impeding tho Cairo nnd Fulton road of
which ho is President. Tho iron for tbo
rond from a point opposlto this city to
Charleston is on tbo ground, and Mr.
Alton has ordered tho truck to bo laid im
mediately. This piece of road will givo
an outlet for Iron oro for boats
nt this city and will furnish our
Mississippi county friends with a conven
ient way to roach Cairo at all seasons of
tbo year.- Mr. Allon has also ordered a
ro-survoy and location of tho road
west of Charleston with a view to connect
with tbo Aakansas branch of tbo Iron
Mountain railroad now being constructed.
Vaci rant. MUs Ilattio King Is it gay
old gal, as black as tho do'il could mako
her, nnd no ono doubts Old Boy's her pal,
and every one wishes he'd take her. This
gay old gal before Judge Brosa was
brought by Andrew Caic, sir, who charged
her with a aad old crime, well knowing ho
gave her pain, sir. Ho told tbo Judgoaho
was a vag, and the Judge believed tho sto
ry.- 80 he fined her twenty-flte dollars
nnd-oosts and left her alone .In her glory.,
In the castle or tho MIclfV Mollale, poor
Rattle lies in fetters. Alack, bad luck
will come to all, and. Ilattio King has met
her'. ' t
wnvimnD u t liinv
2 An yr-'rvj
sVenraer Wahtxto Aveasia ana Fomr
4 r Secntb afreet. ,
f cVrtfU Bla.ike.nbur'g'r-aalpdn'is newly
and Alirvatitlv AHaA nn find annnltiul will.
.thQ.flncst wines, liquors, beer, cigars, etc.,
. t 1 I.. IL. T .
umi can oe jounu 111 iuo chv; ana r rcu,
'hit ho Superior us i disp.onsr of delightful
iiDtwevakai: . 'Do not forirot tho nloco. cor-
'nef Hthjirvefniid Washington avenue.
THE run LIC school riosic.
Casey'a dravc, rrlttrty, May lath.
To avoid the difllcultlcs and dangers in
cident to a landing at Fort Jefferson, the
school directors havo determined to hold
the annual school picnic In Casey's grove,
Mound Clty,on Friday, the 12th Intt.
Col. Taylor has kindly placed two largo
deck targes at tbo disposal of tho direc
tors, and thcto barges will bo closely
lashod togotber, properly decorated and
furntthed with seats, and puthtd to Mound
City by tho tug Montauk. It It believed
that this arrangement furnishes ample
guaranteo against evon the possibility of
The tug, with her tow, will leave the
foot of Eighth street at 9 o'clock A.M.
The school chlldron will march on board
under tbe charge of their teachers.
Ticket for adult person, CO cents each.
School children pass free. Tbo tug will
leave Mound City on her return at 4
o'clock P.M. It is hoped that a many
parents as can aparo tbo time, will attend.
A flno string band has been engaged for
tbe occasion. 10my2t
Hous Tho City Council having or
dered that tbo unmannorly hogi of tho city
shall bo penned up, n tempest has thereby
been raised in tho tea pot, and nt tho pres
ent moment It Is raging very furiously.
All tho owners of living pork aro using
their voicos in n clamor of Indignation,
crying: "Givo us fred hogs, or givo us
death 1'' At tho head of tho column of
hog frccrs, marches Alderman Winter,
his piumo of hog bristles waving in tho
brcor.o, while his musical volco grunt
lngly oncourages his followers to
hold out to tho latt. Tbo distin
guished Alderman must permit us to con
gratulate him. It affords us plcasuro to
say, that, in our opinion, he has found, his
mission at last. lie is peculiarly adapted
by Inclination and education to be tho
champion of hogs. Thoroughly posted in
hog rights, he has given particular atten
tion to their wants, their habits and tboir
tatter. So well is this fact known, when
ever a porkor gets Into trouble
he Invariably appeals to Mr.
Winter, and all great hogt rise up to
do him honor. Whon tho Learned
Pig passed through tho city last year, he
called on thlt friond of his downtrodden
race, and honored Jack by beating him in
a game of old iledge. Indeed, Mr. Win
ter's devotion to hog ha gono to far
that he ha taken twelve or fifteen to raise,
and it now' maintaining tbem by allowing
them to forage on the public. Could he
see theso innocent little charges .of hit im
mured within tho walls of a pie stv?
Perish the thought I "Free hogs, or blood!"
is hit watch-word and his cry. In thort,
as tha great hog advocate, Alderman Win
ter is without a peer.
Herbarium That tho Barclay Broth
ers aro gontlcmcn of tasto wo need not as
suro tbe public. That fact, you know, is
too well known to need rcassertion, But
we must point to their Herbarium as an.
other and tho most conclutlvo proof on
this point. It is a beauty refreshing to
so'ro eyes. Thnso who do not know what
an Herbarium is can ascortaln by calling
on Mr. James Barclay, who treats it with
tbo utmost consideration. It is not dan
gerous, and Mr. Barclay assures us that it
has nover been known to injure a human
being. This nppears ttrange, in tho light
of tho fact that it must bo kept in a glass
Orr tor Suawneetown. Mr, Joel
G. Morgan left yesterday for Shawnee
town, where ho proposes to establish a
Democratic journal. Mr. Morgan has a
host of acquaintances and friends in the
Democratic party of Egypt, and Is known
to have had considerable experience in
the nowtpapor business, and therefore we
hope he will receive sufficient patronage
to mako his now enterprise profitable.
Tbo Democracy of Saline county should
rally arcund Morgan and sustain him.
Tbey havo been too long without a news
paper organ. We wish friend Morgan
moro success than ho anticipates.
To occupy a vory ploasant room, (fur
nished or unfurnished), on Washington
nvonuo, opposlto tho now custom bouse ;
suitable for man and wifo or slnglo gen
tlomnn. Also a limited number of day
boarders. Terms very reasonable. En
qulro at this office. mayS-Gtd
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
New Time Table.
On and after 12;30, p. m., Sunday, Dec.
4th, tho following tlmo tablo will govern
the nrrivnl and departuro of passengor
trains at Cairo ;
Mail train loaves at 3:40 a.m.
Express " " nt 3:30 p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Express
leayes at 1:20 a.m.
Accommodation leaves nt... 12:30 p.m.
Mall arrives 2:05 a.m.
Express arrives ,12.-24 p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Express
arrives . 4:45 p.m.
Pho last named train leaves St. Louis
at 10:30 a.m. Traders can loave Cairo at
1:20 a.m., roach St. Louis at 7:25 a.m., re
main in the city three hours, and return
to Cairo atrt:48 p.m., tho same day.
i?ho 12:30 accommodation and Cairo
and St. Louis express leavo daily ; all oth.
ers leave daily except Sundays.
Way passengers should bear In mind
that tbo 3:30 p.m. train makes only five stop
pings between Cairo and Centralla viz:
Mounds, Joncshoro, Carbondnlo, Du Quoin
and 'Ashley, The 12:30 p.m. train stop
at all tho tUtloni along tho nmto.
' flecStf ' Agent, Cairo. .'
, Tho Ohio is UI I rising.
Our river man tells us nil about this
Infornal weather but ho puffs it beyond
its merits. Ho nlso spenks of tbo wind.
Captain W. H. Farrls departed per
steamer Bcllo Loo for St. Louis with his
nowly invented grnto bar for tho purposo
of introducing it to sorvlco upon stoam
boats. Captain Farris claims that it
will gonerato steam exceedingly fast, nnd
obviate all danger of explosion,
rer the Beatflt f the Prcabylerlam
The ladles of tho Preibyterlan church
and society will give a strawberry festival
on Thursday night, at the store room on
tho levee recently occupied by R. II.
Cunningham. Strawberries, Ico cream,
lemonade, coffee, etc., etc. Admission 10
cent. BY ORDER OF COM.
Bute, Loemla A Co. In Ihe Froien Field.
The ico wogont of Hwe, Loomlt & Co.will
commenco to doliver Ico about the city on
Monday, May 1st, and will conllnuo to
mako dally rounds each morning (Sun
day oxcoptcd) during tho present season.
Ordors loft at tho office of tho company,
corner Ohio lovco and Eighth street, will
recclvo prompt attention, Huse, Loomls
St Oo. two also prepared to fill ull orders
In iio steamboat and shipping trade.
Partleulnr Notlre by the Enterprise
nnTiugi At K il ft.
City Scnir, registered for Interest,
nouoiiT at bar by tht Ent'.rpritc Sating
Bank. WALTER HYSLOP,
Reliable and Safe. Dr. Henry's
Root and Plant Pills are mild and pleas
ant in their operation, yot thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Being en
tirely vegetable, they can bo taken with
out regard to diet or buslnoss. They
arouio tho liver and secretivo organs into
healthy action, throwing off discaso with
out exhausting or dobllitatlng tho sys
tem. Try them and you will be satisfied.
Price 25 cents a box. Sold by drugglits
and doalers in medicine everywhere. Pro
pared by tbe Grafton Medicino Co., St.
Louis, Mo. royOdwOm
JEVL VhX& 3S1 JiJ w s.
Steamer Illinois, Columbus.
" Jns. Fisk, Jr., Padueah.
" City of Chester, St. Louis.
" Jilessengor, St Louis.
" Bello Lee, Now Orleans.
' Warner, Louisville.
" Belle. St. Louis, St. Louis. r
" Arkansas Bollo, Evansville'-"
" Empiror, St. Louis.
" Littlo Condor, Louisville.
" John A. Wood, Louisville. '"
Steamor Illinois, Columbus.
" Jas. Fisk, Jr., Padueah.
" City of Chestor, MomphU.
" Messenger, Pittsburg.
" Belle Leo, St. Louis.
' Warn or,
" Beilo St. Louis, Vicksburg.
" Arkansas Bolle, Evansville.
" Emporor, Cincinnati.
" Littlo Condor, Moraphii.
" John A. Wood, New Orleans.
9Tho river hat rltcn 12 inchos in
the past 24 hours.
tQuButlness was, If posslblo, dullor than
arTho Chester got about CO tons for
Memphis and way points.
gSTTho Bello Memphis discharged 20
tons for the I. C. railroad.
0&Tho Robt. Mitchol and Alaska for
Cincinnati, and Minnio for St. Louis, loft
Now Orleans on tho Oth inst.
awirTho Grand Tower for Momphls,
John Kylo for Now Orloans, Lady Leo
for Rod river, aro duo to-day.
JSy"Tho Colltonank 4 boat of coal at
Merimjio dny boforo yesterday, and ro
turnodto Pittsburg for another lot.
6Tho J. D. McDonuld ran from Cin
cinnati to Pittsburg in 47 hoursclaimod
to bq tbo bust tlmo ovor mado by a stern
tarTho Arkansas Bello brought 12
hhds tobacco, 9 pkgi sundries, 800 bx
wagon stuff for St. Louis; 17 pkga sun
dries, SO bbla whisky and 11 hhds tobacco
for tbo South.
HiyTho James Fisk, Jr., fur Paducab,
Tyrono for Nashvillo, Arkansas Bello for
Kvanivllle,are tho regular pickets to-day,
all to leavo promptly on arrival of train.
gSTTho Arkansas nnd Whlto rivers
aro receding, but both aro out of their
bank for ovor 100 miles from their
mouths. The Red river was rising at
Sbroveport last week and was nearly full.
WS" Owing to tho weather Tuesday, tho i
James Fiik., Jr. did not makd ihor trip.
Yeitoidoy It; wat feared ho w(nd wouUljU
cauto ber o take tho bank-, out sno came
through safe, notwithstanding. Sho bro't'
10 ska corn, 3 bblt tudte for. tho Illinois
Centrul railroad, and 88 hhds tobacco, 27
bxs ax bundles for re-ship'mont southr'i ;
gjrTho Missouri rlvor,by taking a
thort cut across a peninsula, has trinsfl
for rod a part of Nemaha countyj Nooras'
ka, to Missouri.. Tho tof titorial uccMtlonj
of tho latter stato cotnpnsoi four thousand'
acres, and contains a, population of two
hundred pooplo and many flno' farms." "
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r" i",,b" .utile. auenarciMi hvi
: r-T-,ie'.""'' " .rornont and t
other fnr Ihn 1h..r,.nn n. U
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CUntOd anirtmnnta t-n.ln..l. r
... " , ..uvuii u
ooat. Tftsy- ro interviewed by null.
larcn numb. . 1. -- '
Tha ft..r..ii ,. i r., .. .
Wav UD a far at li.. u- .
the Missouri and lllinod. Tha jOhlo
falling fast at FlttaburgfWltt. 14 ft
Inches In tho cWneVbuUsittil rlstn
over the falls at Louisville; iTheCumbs
Unit la .lltn'M'MMI-. .'Jill A I.
on iiarpon snoai.
vetterdav. and tbei'bria'ht uHHeht a
warm airoi4 tno loronoontojipaoa to intt
uuw inu i iuo oTuryiuinK loxcept euaineii
despondent nnd chArliiiliii aiek wit
l. ..... . ,i . . i. vr? . i
uucaoi ipecay recovery." as noon in
wind from tbe North bocumo almost
tor iignt crafts at least,- very difficult.
smsiii untjliJ.iv.i,itw uuai AomuvccfiO
ntfmnr trii rrt 4tivital. 1..iir.,.
a ast tlm at. s ... 1 a m . . . -ti
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Vn. at nml !. tf fUn Vntonnf titM..n I,.
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A A - M a 4 4 1 a
.at Mrii. . -1..-f T. . t .( !
ago nmounlqil to nbout "$000.00. Sho
bo repaired immcd'mtoly. St!o had no 1
at tbo tunc. , .
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J M. I'UILLIPH& CO.,
Buoccaiora lo K. 11. Ilendrieka A Co.
- Commission Merchants
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frelghta to all polnta,-landDUysmd aell one
urBuaineu attended to wlth.nromptaeia.
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