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THE OAIBO BTJXiXiEJTIN", IMT-A-TT 13
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t, a. Loomcx.
Corner Sixth and Walnut Streets,
k CO., Proprietors.
CowMreUl At., Opposite Pott Office
, JOSEPH B.1YLISS, Proprietor.
The Hons li uewlr lurol'lied tad offers to the
public nrnt'vlasa accommodations. feb7dtf
Or THK CONDITION OK TDK
CITY NATIONAL BANK
At Cairo, In 111 SUU of llllnnla, t the C.ose
Dullness, April 2SIII, 1171.
Loans end diacounla. ......
tl.H. bond loeecuetirculetloD....-.
' ' on lun I,...,....,.;.....
Other ator-ka, bonds end mortgagea..
Dje Irom redeeming ri'l
reerte extnt- .1M,BM a
Due from otlirr Aatlonal
Iluk .... G7,2C3
Due from oilier Hankiand
lUnkele. 11,111 43
.... t7,Ki W
.. 2,01 30
Ce-h Item including
lamp ... . 3.71S 17
Dllla ot other National
Jlanka 17.SM on
Fraet onal currency s.aul W
flpele (coin) .. 11,1 4.1 vl
le,(el Teoler .Nute. &!,' (n
Totals . .. IWS, M
Capital nick ... .iiw.oo
JSuHlu. fand . . . . 24,0C 00
i.xehair..... ........ 4,117 01
Interest .. .... ......... I0.W7 V
Profit and Iom-......... l,71l M n,tM tl
C rruUtl'.n outstanding...- 10
ladifMo.1 depoaila..... .... g;m 72
Do Katioatl Ha k m . 40 7S
vat other Hanks tod Hanker 34,ss 44
ToUl.........,.M .... U73,-. M
flutt of Illloalt. Alxwlr Countj, m .
I. A. tl. tWflord. CuhlftT nl Ih. rilv V.ilinBl
Bank, of Cairo, do aolt maty awrar that th a.vit
taiamvnt la tmn u thn Ix-at or mr knowlrdx
nun, a. a. niur rvruu, caanier.
'bubjcriW aid awora to iMfor rna.thltith
daror Mar.mi. - H.II.CAMifcK.
Corrrct Altoil. ,Nntar Fu'.lic
K. H. CUIMNUIIAM,
)' - ( O. !. WlLI.IAHb'I.N.
j ijdl . Dlrtrtor-.
OPTIIE CONDITION OK THK
Firit National Bank
At tb Clow of' Baalna, Aril '.-9th, 171.
Ivxaaattl dlaroabU S-t.'rtJ (u
07rrdrafi..i.. 1.2W M
U H. bonda loan-tire circulation. kl.'.tu CO
I'. B. be a da Mid Muntlea on
hand . 11,710 64
Wtorr cctwia. atosua t?i mort-
(IIM 10,x 8
una item rtittm tm ami irtuxo
iirrnta .. ......... .72l 21
Do iromMhrr aatiooa tmnka.. J,i37 XI
Ihie from other banka and tauikara... 1,132 an
Eeal Klato..,. ... 4,3M tn
Furniture and fixture 71,761 l
c3n item.. inciLuios retenur
SUnpa lil fiO
Current "rfienaea I,1S 5"
Tate ptld.HM...., 7 C
.,..... ...... I..UHII a la; -i
Currener... ....-. tu.W C"i 42.41S to
Kxrhasur ........n.92,237 n
Iit.nit..H. 1,46 14
Pn.flt acd lota..,w...... 214 37
Circuuiuin ou jtandlaf
Das to Nation Bankn...
ni.i,Mtirnfta. (Vmnlr of Alexander. .
i r N lt,ih. (Uih.ar of the Ki rat National
n.ni. r..lf n ,1n aoLennir.aiaar tr.at the above
autemaal In Uae lo she beet of my knowl i;e and
h.i.ar . C.N HUI.UKrf. Cathler.
hubarnbd and aworn to tiefnre ine, thli Mil
ChAS. CU.NNiNfillAM, Notary r.iMK
, llOHT. W MII.1.KK,
216 WASHINGTON AYRNDE,
Ooiro. : : : : Illinois
Aiwa on hand fine dock of
..TWA0Hii; CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC
, j i '
,arrrtIallAt(tfnllonfiTfnlo repairing Kin
Wthr turjest stock of Gold and HIlverHpec.
saciea in yio nnj, rnviuani
Jno, It, Cannon
flO, fl, CJAYNON A CO.
Suoceaeora'io E. O. Ti ttlk k Co.,
- . wBOUsxir. eittiaa ix
STRAW k SILK MILLINERY
-, ,0,Q ODS,
li 602 S.'ilk St,, cor. M, Charles
Orer U. H. Express Office, T. I.OIIIN.
- a Order will recelro, prompt and carofnl nttrn.
LIYKUPOOL, HEW YOUK AMI PHILADELPHIA
UmUr contra?, with It United Btntf ana HrltUh
For fftHC iirKeii or lumirr iniuniinwi
IQIHaUr in jw(b
na -V.ll 1-. ...... rialA 111a
410 MU1UHWII l"J1uu, vnuue nir
NEWS OF THE CITY.
Men's Firm ftonl Hkln OHltcrj, and nlo
"Prlnco Albortu,'' ut KIHotl & Haythorc'i.
M!ic' ScrKQ nnd Kid Polliti, cnllop
tnp, fit the City Hlioo Store, cornor Com
mercial avenue and Klghtb itrcct. tf
F lour. Choice Family Flour tn bbli
half btila., Kicks dec., for le t theKgyp
tUn Mllh. u '
Ladict' HcrKo (Poliib) French Kid,
oxod, at City Shoo Store, corner of Com
mercial avenuo and Eighth street. tf
Who Is it that does not liko irnoktng
hotbiicuiti for breakfant? Tlio Famo
Cook itoro will bake them in fire minutei
time by tho watch. tf
See advertisement of Dr. Hutti' Diipon-
arv. h ended liooki for tho Million Mur-
nnga tjui'lc in anotiier
fhould bo roud by all.
Uonta' Oxford Tlca, l'rlnjo AlborU
and Opera Blippcrr, at the LClty Bhoe
Store," corner of Commercial ovenue and
Eighth xtroet. tf
i' i i ' i 1 1 i i
Head tho adverllimcnt in another col
umn of tho cntcrpriio in aid of a public li
brary at Omnha. Being legal and con
ducted legally nnd openly l a uro guar
antee of fairnfiM. tnyOdlw
i I, . i i. i ...
Infant. Much tuffering to those
tender little bud of the human family
might be allayed by mlng Mri. "Whit-
cornbi Soothing Syrup. See advortlko
mer.t In nnothcr column. tnyMwlw
The Urie patent moveable point xtcel
plow; one extra poitit given with rmcL
plow. For xale only by
BEKRWAUT, OUTII & CO.,
aOtf 120 Commercial Ave.
Ladies' Scrgo l, Polish), scallop-top, for
from one dollar and fifty cents to three
dollars and twenty-five cents, at City
Shoi Store, corner of Commercial avenue
and Eighth street. tf
IIarclav Hro!. arc selling more of Sim
mons' I.iver Kegiilator, at n.-Uli, limn oi
all the olhera of that class of medicines
put together. Tho reason of this is be
cauti all who trv it recommend it to tbeir
A aplendid axiortmcnt of bird cages
mots baskets, flower stands, flower train
ere, wire-cloth for window screens, bath
and foot tubs, &c, &c, just received at
IIKEKWAKT, OKTII & CO S,
aOtl' 13fi Commercial Ave.
Thuk. There can bo no doubt that
Ilsugh is, par excellence, tho boot and
shoemaker of Cairo. He challenges com
petition In hla tru, ---- u- rv
lie that he will guarantee to ins customer
satisfaction. Ills shop is on EitfhtliSarcet
near the corner of Ohio Levee. Tf
Sewing Machine. Attention of
pertons wishing u nrii-ciass
sewing macnino is caneu to mo
lato unproved Wheeler and Wilton's.
Thev cannot bo excelled for a family
machine, or for light manufacturing pur
poses. All aro Invited to call and exam
ine tho Improvements. J. C. CAliaON,
apSOdlm Agents, Cairo, 111.
St. NiciinLAd. Day boarders can tf
euro good accommodations at the St. Nich
olas (formerly the St. James) at M per 1
week. Tho homo is at tho corner or Ohio
levco nnd Eighth street, a central location.
and is proprietored by Hariy Walker,
who Is alive to the wants of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding and lodging can
learn terms on Inquiry at tho office.
'I wish I was dead!-' is an axpreision
not unfrequently mado use of by tho dys
peptic and sufferer from Liver disease, the
depressed spirits unfiting the mind for
anything, and almost driving him to dis-
pair. But bo of good cheer, there is life
and health for you yet, so thoso that havo
taken Simmons' Liver Begulalor attost. It
regulates tho Liver, dispels despondency,
and restores health. myOdwlw
jOOKTO YOUR CIlII.DUsKN
The Great Soothing Remed
Mrs. fHubduen conTUlnl'n 1
WIIITCOMD'R J and jreicnmea nllilU- I
Strap, I eases incident to In-
V. ants aud children. J
i Cirea diarrhea, disen
'8 J tery nd aiimmercom. I
iilaintlnchlldieaot nil I
Infanta and Clilldren'a Hxothlnz
Keinedy in all disorder brnuirfit on by Teeihlng
ur.ny tlier 'oa.ise. ' "ip
Bold l v I)riiKtta and Dealers in Medicine
j oiix gati:s
Proprietor of tha
Billiard Saloon and Bar Room
I0 Commercial Ave.,
Cairo - - - - Illinois
A tLKX. MVLUEY
ATTORNEYS tc COUNSELLORS AT
William J. Allen, I
jiihn H. Mnlker. CAIRO, lt.1,
faatuturl P. WUrslsr)
Particular attention paid to riser nnd admlrnlly
OMta Room Wlssler'a lok.
AVk havo hcen requested to say that
Elliott & ilaythorn havo now on exhibi
tion, and for snle,.ovorything In tho boot
and shoo line for ladiw, and genjjcmcn'ft'
wear; and that all their goods aro new
Flour Sales. Tho business In this
commodity is depressed, and sales aro not
as largo as our merchant had reason to
expect they would bo at this season. Dur
ing tho throo day ending Thursday eve
ning only twelvo hundred and fifty barrel
were sold on orders, at prices ranging
from (S.uO to $7.60 per barrel. The mar
ket Is Arm at thoso figures.
A Cunr Guabanteed. Kress' Fever
Tonic is universally recognized as thobest
medlcino extant for the cure of fover. It
I tor tale by P. O. Schuh, druggist, two
doors south of the postoflko, and ho guar
antee all who boy from him that It will
euro chills and fover. If It doe not euro
Mr. Schuh agree to return tho money.
Cm anythiag bo fairer thin this?
Heliaiii.e and Safe. Dr. Henry'
Kootand Plant Pills aro mild and pleas
ant lu lliotr operation, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Being en
tirely vegotable, they can bo taken with
out regard to diet or' business. Thoy
arou'c tho liver and sccrctivo organs Into
healthy action, throwing ofT discaso with
out exhausting or debilitating - the sys
tem. Try them and yoo will besaiisfiod.
Price 'iX cents a box. Sold by druggists
and dealers In medicine everywhere. Pre
pared by tho Qrnfton Medici no Co., St.
I.oui, Mo. TnytMwCm
At LAST.-Ycsterday was splendid day,
and walking us It did on the heels ot tho
most detcstablo weather that ever afflicted
Culro in May, was heartily welcomed.
Everybody turned out everybody nnd
his wife. Now, wo would liko to bo In
formed why it I necessary to havo such
infernal weather as that which distin
guished last week and tho forepart of the
present week. If Mr. Ferris could shake
tho spirit, "Ilichurd," up to answer thi
question satisfactorily, or get the she spirit,
'Belle," to reply to it wo should not hesi
tate to embraco spiritualism instantly. It
is a question which will engajo tho atten
tion of tho shades of tho seventh sphere.
Hut that unaccountable, weather that ras
cally, cold, disagreeable "ipcll" having
vamoosed, wc aro satisfied.
Southern Illinois Normal Univer
ITT. Col. John Wood, one of the South
ern Normal commissioners, returnod
from Carbondalo yesterday. The board of
commissioners, of which the Color.cl is a
member, convened at that placo to settle
tho affairs of the University in accordance
with tho provisions of tho laws, which
provides for the appointment of three
referee ono by tho contractor. on
tiioooramliiioner, and' tho third by tho
two. Edmund Jungenfield, of St. Louis,
was appointed by tho Board, and Dnvld
Johnson, of Louisville, by tho adminis
trators of tho estate of tho lato J. M.
Campbell, contractor. Those two selected
as the third referee, Arthur Boylo of this
city. The referee will meet .a. Carbon-
dale on next Monday. .
Han, lAioinla dt Co. In the Froxeu Field.
The ice wagons of Uuse, Loorals S: Co.will
commenco to deliver ice about tho city on
Monday, May 1st, and will cuntinuo to
make daily rounds each morning (Sun
days excepted) during the present season
Orders left at tho ottlee of the company,
corner Ohio levee and Eighth street, will
receive prompt attention. II use, Loom Is
ft Or. aro also prepared to fill all orders
In Ijo steamboat and shipping trade.
Tho house heretofore occupied by Pat
rick Fitzgerald, on Ohio Leveo between
Fourth and Sixth streets. This house. If
not tho best business house is certainly
ono of tho best stands, in Cairo. It fronts
the principal steamboat landing and is
near the Illinois Central railroad depot.
Also the second floor of tho same building
suitably arranged fur offices. Apply next
dcor at Robert Smyth Ss Go's, wholesale
grocery store tf
Tn Three the Attention of the 1'ubllc
la Keclall)' Invlird.
Alba'. The barber shop of Wm. Alba,
on Commercial avenue, near tho corner of
Eighth street, is tho placo to which all
lovors of n good, close shavo with razor
sharper than tho wit of twenty Jcrrold,
wind their way. tf
Meat. Tho nranoli meat shop of James
Kynaston, located on Commercial avenue,
next door to tho grocery storo of James
Carroll, is now in full blast, and this pop
ular butcher is supplying all tho refined
meat eaters of that portion of tho Fourth
Ward with splendid meat. If you havo
not tried him give him a call. tf
llimv's. Hime, at tho old stand, on
Sixth streot, near Ohio lovee, is conduct
ing his barbor shop In a first-class stylo.
It is a model establishment in every par
ticular, and whllo in his charge all Its cus
tomers will rocctvo oourtcous attention,
and thobenoflt of oxcellent workmanship.
Hair cutting, shuving, shampooing, etc.
yew Barber .NV.oi. The razor Is might
ier than cither thu sword or pon, utid'
Frederick Not.or handle his rn.or with
moro skill than William docs hUaword.or
Dickens did his pen; and beyond all
doubt, ho has tho most splendidly fur
nUhed shop in thu city. Ho may bo
found near thu corner of Ohio lovee, on
Eighth streot, in ihe rear of the St. Nich
olait Hotel. Oivo him a call, myoti
punuc SCHOOL PICNIC.
Am Unferlnnale Ditjr I.lltle Carl
Thnmaa. Drowned Mm. MelsevU
Tara Children Reported l.oni In the
Wssds r HtniMekF-
The children of tho public schools turnod (
out several hundrod strong yesterday
morning, with their best clothe on and
their lunch baskets in their hands, and,
under tho caro of their teachers, m i ched
In procojslon to tho foot of Eighth street
whero two barge were moored ready to
convey thorn on tholr picnic oxcursion to
Mound City. Tho barge, kindly loane'd
for tho occasion by Col. Taylor, were dec
orated with green boughs, and provided
with scat ofely and conveniently ar
ranged for tho accommodation of the
youthful pleasure seekers.. A string band
enlivened tho occasion with music, and a
largo concourso of citizen witnessed tho
embarkation. Aftor all thochlldrcn wcro
safely on-fcoarcVtbe two tug of Hallldsy
Bros, made fat to tho barge and steamed
away In the direction of Mound City, but,
when the bend was p'asscd about
o. mile abovo tho city on tho
Kentucky side, tho wind rendered
the barges unmanageable and tho trip
to the city itit Gsey Orovei had to
bo abandoned. Tho next best thing was
dono. Tho barges were landed against
tho Kentucky shore, and tho little voyn
gors woro soon enaged In romping and en
Joying themselves In their pleasant and
Innocent games of childhood.
So far oil was well, and tho children
had beon safely gathered on the barges
and wcro returning to tho city. When
they had got Into tho river omo distance,
heading up tho current, Mr. Beard noticed
that several of tho boys wcro sitting on
tho stern of ono of the barges dangling
their feet over tho do of the boat. Ho
ordered them away, and noticed that they
row to obey him. But All did not. Little
Carl Thomas, son of Mr. Curl L. Thomas,
wits one of these. IIo continued to
sit in hi perilous position, and
in a moment afterwards unfortunately lost
hisbnlanceand fell Into tho river. Bight
manfully tho little fellow struggled against
his fate; but all 'in 'vain. Beforo assist
anco could roach him ho sank never to
rise again. His death struggles with tho
waters that now enshroud him were wit
nessed by nearly all on board tho barges
and tugs. Wo need not say that this sad
accident struck horror to the hearts of all
tho pleasjire-seeking company and ha
marked the occasion with sadness and
In the evening a report gainod currency
in the city, that Mrs. Wm. McIIule, wifo
of tho city Jailer, with two children, had
been lost in tho woods of Kentucky, and
great excitement prevailed. A party of
gentlemen procured tho tug, Montauk,
and steumed over to the scene of the pic
nic. A longjearch was then Instituted,
LM.M-Mvlt.lv Hu.ltU.'ruul,U, SVMUIUI"
a cood reason. 'Mrs. 3fcHxlo had returned
to tho city on the tug in the morning, and
was visiting a friend in the Fourth ward.
When tho barge landed with tho children
Mr. McIIale wa at the landing to receive
hi family, and not finding them conclud
ed that ho had missed sight of them and
they had gone home. But when ho got
there ho did not find them, and becamo
thoroughly alarmed. But all's well that
end well, and Mr. McIIale and her
children are safe.
To occupy a very pleasant room, (fur
nished .or-unfurnished), on Washington
avenue, opposite tho now custom house ;
sultablo for man and wife or slnglo gen
tleman. Alio a limited number of day
boarders. Terms very reasonable. En
quiro at this office. mny5-0td
A Fool for a Correspondent. Tho
Paducah Kentuckian has a Cairo corres
pondent who is a great fool. In a lato
communication to that papor ho Attempts
to bo witty, and is stupid. IIo charges
that Dr. Dunning has beon experiment
irg with Cairo Oallnippera, and thinks
that he can use them, after training thorn,
for tho'purpo3o to which leaches aro now
put. Of our churches ho says: "All tho
cliurchcs aro overflowing with peoplo; wo
havo intellectual ministers, but very feoblo
music. There is a now featuro In ono
church ; It is a choir of children who sing
a la eat; being odd, the pnople sit and lis
ten, Anothor church waruics us moioay,
but the wo.Trls aro not noard by angles or
mortals. Not long since a lady gavo her
fulio teeth, to n restless child to pluy
with tho lady who sat next her In the
church laughed outright. Tho mother of
tho child turned to sco hor child with the
falsa toeth in it mouth, staring the choir
full in tho faco; ono young girl laughed
real American luucli, which wo the
first sound oVer expressed by that choir '
that was understood by tho peoplo of that 1
The Ballard Tobacco Warehouse
Sales Ykhterday. Tho cules nt tho
Ballard Tobacco Warchouio yentordny
worosplritod, and a largo number of home
and foroign buyer wcro pro.sont. Consid
ering tho condition of tho market clse-
whoro, tho'prlccs woro exceedingly goou,
but sellers aro exceedingly loth to let thoir
tobacco go at reasonable figures. Sales
wero 46 hhds and 1 box, us follows :
8 hhds troshy Illinois lugs $3 804 35
good Illinois lugs iO(!o uu
Illinois low leaf 6 2&G5 GO
Kentucky lugs 3 655 10
Kentucky low loaf. B COaO !I0
.Kfiittickv ahlnner 6. 47 50
i. ... i :i.i
t lair piuuiuu
fine cured bright wrap-
I box plobald wrappers
-. .Pourtcn:rejectioni from $n.fi!j to fU.OO
Street Supervisor Ward has collected
Alba has railed tho horns in front of
his barbor shop.
Tho Presbyterian Church strawberry
festival nttcd over S1Q0.
There aro throo hundred depositors
in tho Enterprise Savings Hank.
Tho Enterprlso Savings Bank cashed
at par all tho Interest bearing scrip that
ha yet beon issued.
Tho members of tho Episcopalian
church proposo a strawberry festival next
week so we aro Informed.
Tho Qcnnan Dramatic Association on
next Sunday night will perform "nedwlg,
or, tho Robber' Bride."
Alf. Burnett Is coming. Ho will en
tertain tho public on Tuesday and Wed
nesday of the comtng week.
Tho fruit train on the Illinois Central
will commenco It regular trips on next
Mr. Bouton, of tho Joncsboro Oattlte,
was in the city yctcrday, and called on
Hamilton's Buchu and Dandelion, as
good an article as Ilelmbold's Buchu,or
lets money, tor inlo at P. 0. Schuh' drug
Mrs. Ferris Is giving spiritual concerts
or seances at tho residence of Jack Win
ter, and ought to pay n city license. Why
don't the police attend to this matter ?
Mr. P. O. Schuh, tho well-known
druggist, throws down tho gauntlet to all
dealers in Feather Dusters, and asserts that
ho can sell Feather Dusters cheaper than
any other Culro dealer In Feather Dusters.
Tho engineers of the Cairo nnd St.
Louis railroad aro nowsurveying thorouto
through St. Clair and Monroe counties.
They will, ays tho Joncsboro Qatettr, or
rivo In Union county by tho first day of
There we a grand row at n daneo at
one of our hotels tho other night. A num
ber of tremendous blows wero struck, and
tho beauty of a noso or two spiled. One
of tho mashed probociscs gives tho owner
as much trouble as tho noso of the notary
The Paducah Kentuckian, of tho 10th
inst., uys : "Tho Culro Papers drop in on
us occasionally. Though wo havo a dally
mall, wo aro lucky if we get tho Cairo pa
pors cfttner fian threo times a week.
Shake 'em up, Oborly, and let' have your
paper regularly." Wo can't help it. Tbo
mail won't run to suit us, acd wo havo
given the detcstablo thing up in diipair.
Yesterday morning Mr. William Schut
tcr captured two goats in his garden, and
is now taking caro of them for tho owner.
named, probably, Billy and is unnic. I he
male has whiskers end n Napoleonic
goat-ec, and a crippled horn
which looks liko a damaged chignon.
Tho owner can havo tho goat by proving
property, and paying charges and dam
ages. If not taken out of tho pound with
in twenty-four hours they will bo pounded
to death, tho services of Joe Able, Tom.
Wilson, and a dozen other of tho heaviest
pounders In the city having been procur
ed for tho purpose.
For Sale. Tho underslgnod will soil
at piivato salo the following described
property: Four work horses; 2 lets
doublo harness; 2 two-horse wagons;
several plows and other agricultural im
plements. Parties desiring to purchase
will call at her residence or at Itobt. Bri-
bach'r, opposilotho court house. Terms
of sale, half cash ; balance on six month'is
credit, with good security.
apr22dlm Mrs. KATIE COOPER.
Removal. Mrs. J. Cummings wishes
to inform hor customors and tho public
generally that she ha removed her mil
linery good from her toro on Eighth
street to tho commodious room on Com
mercial Avenue, botween Seventh and
Eighth streets known as Mr. Oj wold's
old itand. Mrs. Cummings ha added
largely to hor look of goods, and now has
n cheap, teasonablo and fashionable col
lection of hats, bonnets, ribbons, etc, to
which sho asks tho attention of old nnd
now patrons. m.iuti
Tnn Fenton Corn Mill. This estab
lishment, corner of Commercial avenuo
and Ttventioth street, Is now in chargo of
Mr. M. D. Ounter, who having purchased
nnd thoroughly refitted It, invite tho at
tention of the public to tho fact that he is
now prepared to furnish dealer and fami
lies with tho very best article of corn meal.
Ordnrs left nt tho mill or sent through tho
postnfllco will rccclvo prompt' attention.
I'artlrulnr Nollre bv Ihe Kuterprlae
City Sciur, roj'cred for interest,
noufiHT at par by the Enterprise .S'nriwjs
hank. WALTER HYSLOP,
Fitif.rald'h Sample Rooms. Per
son bibulously inclined, lovers of the ex
hlleratlng Juico of tho corn and Julco ol Urn
grape, or malt beverages, should cull Im
modlatoly nt tho sample room, on corner
Commercial avenuo and Fourteenth street,
Uosidcs everything in tho drinking lino,
of tho purest kind, ho has tho moat Ira
grant Havana cigars, Importation from
Cuba, that land of narcotic weeds, Fitz
gerald koeps it first-class place, and hart
with him Jimmy Kngiisn, wm. kiiow -erybody,
and known tho wants of every
body and who Is n gentleman, every
inrh nf him.
The Glomou Fourth Shall We
C'KlKPnATi: ? Thoro has not bwn for
years has thcro ever been? a gentral
celebration of tho Fourth of July in Cairo.
Our citizens havo been sitbflcd with invi
tations to other places, and with tho dis
jointed colobrntlon ot tho day bv flro com
panies and other orgonizntlour. iiow
would a variation of this uniform disre
gard for our great national holiday sit on
tbo stomachs of our citizens ? Could thoy
sparo tho time, and will they contrlbuto
tho money necessary to celebrato tho day
In a becoming manner to bring all tho
citizen together, and our neighbor.! In
from all tho country around about from
Paducah, Metropolis, Caledonia, Mound
City, Anna, Joncsboro, Cobdin, Carbon
dale, and from tho kingdom of Hallard
(Ky.), and the statoof Mississippi county,
(Mo.?) Nothing easier 1 A little energy,
money and "blowing" will do tho thing If
wo take tlmo by tho forelock. Do ;o
want an orutor? IIo can bo obtained
tho bat In the State, for tho asking; but
wo should give him tlmo to prepare his
oration. Who is? Wo don't know yet,
but he is tho man of all others who can
entertain a patriotic company and give
etlat to the Cairo celebration. Do v.n
want music 7 A dozen hands can bo ob
tained. Banners? Thousands of thfm
A placo? Thoro wo mint hesitate; but
yet wo know a proper placo can bo se
lected nnd prepared for tho occasion. By
all means let us celebrate. Who Is the
public spirited citizen that will move in
this matter? Who speaks first?
Corner tVnulif itartnu Avenue nnit Four
Fred. Bla'.ikcnburg's saloon "Is nowly
and elegantly fitted up and supplied with
the finest wines, liquors, beer, cigars, etc.,
that can be found in tho city; nnd Fred.
Ins no superior as a dispenser of delightful
beverages. Do not forget tho placo, cor
ner 14th street and Washington avenue.
The Wood Pile. Tho tlmo Is past In
tho West and South when It mado no dif
ference how much wood a family burned
Even in regions whero wood is nhundanl,
the oxpenso of getting it is a largo item of
family cost, and peoplo aro learning to
make their wood pile last as long as possi
ble. Thcro is no agent that aids this oeon"
omy of fuel so much as n Charier Oak
Stove. Try it. my!dwlt
Steamer Illinois, Columbus.
' Jus. Fisk, Jr., Puducah.
Mary Miller, Cincinnati.
" Mohawk, St. Louis.
" Hornet 2. and br, Nw .Orloan.
" Dextor, " "
" U.Ames, " "
" W. II. Brown, Louisville.
" Jno. Lumsden, Nashville.
" Quickotcp, Evansvillo.
" City of Vickburg, St. Louis.
" Wm. Cowen, New Orleans.
I " Hover, St. Louis.
I Steamer Illinois, Columbiu.
! " Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Mary Miller, New Orleans.
" Mohawk, " "
" nornct 2 and bgs, Louisville.
" Dexter, St. Louis.
" H. Ames, "
" W. H. Brown, St, Louis.
" Nashville, Cincinnati.
' Jno. Lumsden.
" Qiickstcp, Evansville.
" City of Vicksburg, Vicksburg
" Wm. Cowen, Pittsburg.
Cover, St. Louis.
iSTho river has risen three inches in
tho past twenty-four hours.
tarTho Mary Houston for Louisville
Arkansas for St. Louis, left Now Orleans
on tho 11th.
BQTho Belle Memphis for Memphis,
and Paulino Carroll for New Orleans, aro
8Q?"Tho weather was clear nnd pleasant
yesterday, with tho thermometer ranging
about 70 at noon. A strong wind blow
all day from tho North.
MgUTlie James Fisk, Jr., for Paducah,
Illinois for Columbus, Arkansas Hello for
Evunsvillc, and Jno. Lumsden for Nash
ville, aro tho regular packets to-day, all to
leavo promptly on arrlvul of tho evening
BSyTho Misilsslppl is rising rapidly at
St. liouis, but shows a tendoncy to coma
down above. Tho Ohio Is fulling at Pitts
burg with 9 foot in thn channel but is still
swelling at Louisville, with 10 feet 10
inches in tho chuto and t) feet 10 on tho
rocks. Tho Cumberland Is falling, with
CJ foot on Harpcth shouls.
! Window Lock & Sash Holder.
iVIndow IVft out
t has no njiriiiKI
Hi tip and I'uri"
aell a orna
incntul, loeka win
open i-r cled. and
provenu r.tilins of
of Triiiiinlnt!, to
ult all by
-.rhiuh this lock U
Holo owneta of the-Turrltorie vlki:Htaiea ot
Illinois. Wisconsin and lowu.und A-ntf' her
" tlencr.1 OSBi. 00 WAHIINU.
TOM UTRKET. CHICAGO, march7da
TL'E 1U7.1ND WEntaSD Y VVEN.
1. 6, llARCn10tn'A:tu i7iu.
Miss Helen I" ash,
THK TOPUIVAK POF.TIO RKADER.
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jinmcii in jiisj liiKiumng nange ac-
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KiioTficagea 10 ne ino man
Rapid Ever Made. - 7
......i .4 23ccnt
, ,, myd3t
lioors np-n at 7 o'clock,
mencd at H o'clock.
yy 1 HlTTI,Mrol3N)ii,
ft I 0 '. Il l 1
uenerai bommission nani
W-i Ohio fi.'VCf,
QKEEX Jt tJll.KEUT,
AND COUNSELORS AT
William II. 4lreen,
William II. (lllliert,
mien l Gilbert,
CAIRO, I I.l
Hpoolal attention jrjren to Admiralty and Steam
Oniee on Ohio Levee. Honme 7 and A
over 4'lty NatllnuHi Hank.
NATUttF.'N GREAT RES
TO RATI VE.
Wlulr.ale I 'ettot.V. W. corner Klflh and Rare
n'rcetn, PhiliiJejiihla, Pa.
nam Nl'irKETTZ. Nolerroorleot P
Ilia a renouio runiu .tiruiuinw, ww- r.n we
aken by either infant or at ull with tne aame been
tidal reciilt-. It i actrtalu, prooiptand epeedv
.iiimi. fur ilmrrripn. tir.enterr. biwela eomolied
dyrpepsia, lovtiiHiB nf eptrita, falntmga, sick
aiOIUHCIl, IICHUMt CHJi l l V,I1HI. muA v.
all kind, it ' far lwtrr ao.t niter than quinine
eithout any of it pernicious etlects. It erlects
kn appetite, piorea n powrriol UUeator of lood
ad ill lO.niicrat l tlio ettecta ol liquor In a lew
ci nrntiertiea. o mmt-nd a few of tlio many ccr
nniiiiTPtf. A. in ii.i uiuuin mruku wi ,m,,,u,-
iniAla in our Hjevsmuu i
Jnimsoii'a Do not. lUtl Tcna.. and Va. It. B.
jaroaciitiTX, tf). uear esir: ineuaen in
Uittcrsl hare oh alned horn you, and f.od .hem
to oo all they aro recommended to be. I found
one bottln tonttord me considerable relief, I leel
. . llmii.ti ImnnAl.ln v.rw wll wllhi,llft ff ht,i . in
ray present state nf health.
V. MK.NIGE, 133!0ltb0ttl si., Pblta.
Tiutur Ilaptlst Taaayunk Church.
Bold by W. P. Allen, 39 Mainstrcet Dubuque.
Tf O. CARY,
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mini irni iiniirniam
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OHIO I.EVEI2, CAIRO.
FULTON Ss SONS, - - FropriMo
Are How In 'nll Operallon.
...II L'aa.I r alt letnilai lrnhdtVI Klrilt r In HAVl
and, dealers (n
n i ni i n
mp. .H K III. riri.'(r,r I (11
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' i CAIRO
VOIR UU VCRS.
A vicllmof curly livlUereiion.eausipc i
.Inl.llliw nrt,,.lilrA ilMOaT. e(C. haVlOa
vain erery adremed remeily. naa ut.covere
.i.,.t n nraelf cure, which he will and
..i.v.t, . ...1 i , .... j. ii nrir
7J Naau J'ew Fork.