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TJEEIE3 CAIRO BULLETIN, MLASST 14
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Corner Sixth and Walnut Streets,
OAKES, CADY & CO., Proprietors.
Commercial At., Opposite Pout Offlee
"JOSEPH KAYLISS, Proprietor.
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publlo flrat-vlaas accommodation. feb7dt
OF THK CONDITION OK TIIK
CITY NATIONAL BANK
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At Cairo, MfhafftaUof lllltiel., t the Close t
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IIUI. or other National
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Circulation outstanding so.ooo 00
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OFTflK CONDITION Of JUK
First Nation al Bank
At the C1o of llu.lnei", April ti, 1171.
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Real Eiale... . .. 4K,3J C9
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Frnfltacd loaa . U4 37
Due to National Danki...
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4, AM 34
Bute of Dllnola, Coant; of Aleiand w,
1, C. N. Ilujcbet, Caibier of the First National
Bank ol Cl;o, doaolemnlj (wear ttat the abore
atatemrotfatru to the bentofmr knowlelf and
halicf. C.N HUl.ilKd.Caahier.
Mlbaf nbd aad aworn to before me, thin tth
da of Mar, A. D.U7I.
CHAM. CUNNINGHAM, Notary Public.
KOHT. W MII.1.KK.
16 WASHINGTON AYENDE,
Cairo, : : : : Illinois
Atwava on hind a fine stock of
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC
WeartlOnUr attention -iTn to repairing Fine
irrhe largeat itock of flold and Bilrer Hpec
tncl in the city. mj7ilJin
Win. H. Mreri. Jn. II, Cannon
JNO. II, CAXOX l CO.
Biicce ior4 to E.,a. Tcrri-r. A Co.,
STRAW k SILK. MILLINERY
5N. 4Uk 8t., tor. St. thtrlef,
flrar U. h" Kxpie Offlce, NT, I.ODIM.
Orderi will rrcalr prompt find careful atte n
IIVKDPOOI., SETT VOBK A3t FlllHUrLPHU
Vaitr conlrwtwllh tte United fltajtoi and BrftUh
1 oSrtunaol for carrjlng the raalU.
or I'niciite Ticken or further information
oplr lo JOliN O. DALE, Agent, IB uroauw
!t.w teik. or to at. IKiUPT. ,
NEWS OF THE CITY.
Men'? Kino .Vnl Skin C. .'.tor; nnd also
wrinco Albert, ' at j-jiiou & imytiiorr. ,
Misses' Sorgo and Kid Polish, scallop-
mp, ni tno uity siioo More, corner Uom
mercial avenue and Kltjlith street. If
FLOUR.-Cholco Kitmlly Flour In bbln
half hhh., nckn &c, for Halo at theEgyp.
tian Minn. au
Ladle1 Scrgo (Polish) Fronch Kid,
oxwl. at City Shoo Store, corner of Com
mercial avenuo and Eighth street. tf
Who It it that doc not liko smoking
liotbUcuIU for breakfast 7 Tho Famo
Cook atove will bake them In fire minute
time by tho watch. tf
Sec advertisement of Dr. llutts' Uitpcn
sary, headed hooks for tho Million Mar
rlagc Guide in another column. It
should )mi read by all. tnyDdwly
Oonti' Oxford Tle, Prince AlbcrU
and Opera Slipper, at the ' City Shoo
Store," corner of Commercial avenuo and
Eighth Btrect. if
Kkas the advcrtlfment in another col'
tunn of tho enterprise in aid of a public li
brary at Otnnhn. Uoing legal and con
ducted legally and openly la a aura gunr
anteo of iHlrnpf". my'Jdlw
I.sta.vth. Much nufTcring t thoM
tender little buds of tho human family
might bo nllnycd by using Mrs. Whit-
cornbs Soothlpg Syrup. Seo advertise
ment in another column. mvOdwlw
The Urio patent moveable point ateel
plow; ono extra point given with cact
plow. For talo only by
BEER WART, ORTH & CO..
aOtf 106 Commercial Ave.
Ladle' Serge (Polish), hcallop-top, for
from one dollar and flftv cent :o three
dollar; and tuTenty-flve centi, at City
Shoe Store, comer of C1unraerci.1l avenue
and highth street. tf
Uaiiclay Ilitoa. nresclling more ofSim-
i lions' Liver Rogulutor, at rvtaii, than of
all the other of that class uf medicines
put together. Tho reason of this is be-
cau4o all who try it recommend it to their
A plendid assortment of bird cagei
moti baskets, flower standf, flower train
ers, wire-cloth for window screens, bath
and foot tubs, &c, Ac, just received at
HKERWART, OKTII &CO S,
aOtf 130 Commercial Ave.
-There can be no doubt that
shoemaker of Cairo. Ho challcngca com
petition in his trade, and attures the pub
lic that be will guarantee to his customers
satisfaction. Ills shop is on Eighth street
near the corner of Ohio Lovce. tf
Machine. Attention of
wishing n first-cbiss
sewing machina i called
late improved Wheeler and
They cannot bo excelled for
machine, or for light manufacturing pur
poses. All are invited to call and exam
ine tho improvements. J. C. CARSON,
npSOillm Agent, Cniro, III.
St. Nicholas. Day boarders can se
cure good accommodations at tho. St. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. James) at $i per
week. The house is at the corner of Ohio
levee and Eighth street, a central location,
and i proprietored by llariy Walker,
who Is alive to tho wants of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding and lodging can
learn term on inquiry nttho oflk-o.
"I wish I was dead!'1 i an expression
not unficquently mado uso of by the dys
peptic and stiflerer from Liver disease, the
depressed spirits unfiling the mind far
anything, and almost driving him to dis
pair. Out bo of good cheer, there is life
and health for you yet, so those that have
taken Simmons' Liver Regulator attest. It
regulates the Liver, dipol despondoncy,
and restores health. myOdwlw
jUOK TO YOUR 11 II .IRi:.'i
The Great Soothing Remed
Xra. . ( Cures colio and Krlpingl Prlee,
IIITCOJtH'S J In the bond., mid fa. I ti
Strop. 1 dilutee the procecf (Ctata.
( teething- J
Mm. ( Subdues c 0 11 vulsl'ns
IIITC'OJin'HJ and jverenmea fill (lis- I
Simp. I eunen incident to In- f
Mrs. f Cures diarrhea, dlsoii.-i
IIITCOJin'8 1 tery andaiiminercom. I
Nirap. I pl.lntlnchlldienol nil
I K"8. J
liii the (Irvat Infante and C'hildren'a HoolhlnK
Remedy In nil disorders brought on by TeethlnR
or any oilier cause, i-repareu uy me
eold l y DrugKist and Denlera In Medicine
Proprietor of tho
Dllllard Saloon and Har Room
loo Commercial Ave.,
Cairo - - - - Illinois
AI.J.K1V, MJLKI.y dl
ATTORNEYS COUNSELLORS AT
Wllll'm J. Allen, 1
jkn II. Mulkev. CAIKO,
fiauitsvl P. Wheeler J
Particular attention paid to rUer and admiralty
Om Hesais T Wlaiter'aBloek.
A grand hop will bo given at the St.
Charles on the 22d intt.
Mcrkc' , continue to tuno the out
of tuno piatiu ol tho city,
- fho excitement which grow out of
tho picnic accident has somewhat subsided.
Tho beer garden will bo tho order of
the day to-day. Jj
Memphis is becoming a blower of the
flrst-watcr, and as impudent as Paducnh.
Tho box and baskot factory i buz
zingturning out goods with tbo moit a
Esqulro ShannossyV court yoUordny
was liko a banquet hull deserted. lirots'
Tho new furnlturo factory of Elchhoff
Brothers has been roofed, and tho machin
ery is boing moved Into it.
Mr. and Mrs. Obadlah Jackson, of Chi
cago, are In tho city, stopping at the St.
The Ferris spiritual woman I de
nounced a a humbug by many and as of
thn elect by others
Jno. Rees desires to sell hi property,
known as tho Hora Garden, to somo pri
vnte family for n dwelling. Ho will sell
at n bargain.
On Tuesday next tbo Orphan Asylum
Trustees and the Lady Managers will moe
at the lecture room of the Prcibyterlan
Our friend. (Jen. Rumslde, has been
ctectcd Orand Commander of the Grand
Army of tho Republic, and will now, as a
matter of course, build the O.A V. Jl. R
To the cow problem published in Tur.
JJCI.I.ETI.V of the 12th Inst. Mr. A Com
ings return the following answer: "Ho
received for tho second cow thirty-six dol
lars twcnty-llvo cents. "
The little baicballcrs of the city had
a champion ganio yesterday. Tho Up
Town Club played against the Down
Town Club and wa beaten. Tho scoro
tood 65 aguinst CI.
What has become of our promised
storm signal? Tho Suti man has this
matter in charge it tbo groat stormy fol
low, and ought to keep hi eagle cyo
The i'mi gives us the dictionary def
flnitlon of "Hebrorlam," to prove that it Is
not an animal; but wc are etill of our
former opinion. We insist that the ono
kept at Barclay's is caged.
A young gentleman who attempted
to row a number of young ladies to Mound
City on Friday, landed them two miles
below Cairo on tho Kentucky shore. The
ferry boat brought them back.
AVhilo removing the lariro
which formorly mado the vault in tho late
Egyptian building, James Summerwcll
had the index finger of Jiis right h"
crushed, and James Maosan his right foot
badly injured. .
Mr. H. T. Gerould, formerly superin
tendent of the gas works at Decatur, Ills,
has assumed tho superintendence' of the
gas works in this ci'.y. Mr. Uiram Bixby,
lata superintendent, i still in the city, and
we hope he may make arrangements to
Last wctfc, Messrs. Kerr & Co, of
Mound City, loaded a cur of wagon mate
rial at that placo for San Francisco. Tho
cur will go through without breaking
bulk, and the freight will bo (500. This
week thn same firm will load a car of
ehnico poplar for the same destination.
Yesterday a handsome young thief at
tempted to steal a pair of shoe from D.
Hartman's auction store and was caught
in the act, and is now in the calaboose
boarding with William McOale, Esq.
His face bears the marks of somebody's
handiwork. Wo did not learn the rascal's
The attention of Mayor Laruden
Is directed to tho "brilliant" gas light at
the corner of Ohio Levee and Eighth
street. It is scarcely bright enough to
make darkness visible, and if placed in
the darkest corner of the nethermost re
cesses of the darkest regions of the uni
verso it wouldn't look largor than a very
email pin's point.
Alf. Burnott, "America's favorite
humorist," assisted by Miss Helen Nash,
tbo accomplished dramatic and poetic re
citationist, will entertain our folks at the
Athemeum, on Tuesday and Wednesday
evenings, next. Mr. Burnett, in his line,
has no equal in this country. His tricks
of transformrtlon, and facial powers, aro
wonderful, nnd his entertainments tho
most amusing wo ever witnessed.
City Attorney Popo has commenced
proceeding against Alderman Winter for
selling liquor in less quantities thun a gal
lon without a lirenso. .Tack has been jog
ging along quietly nnd uninterruptedly
for somo timo without a license, but has at
last been brought up with a "short turn."
This is right. Tho city exchequer needs
funds, and Mr. Winter has no better right
to sell liquor without Hconso than Louis
Ilorbert, even if ho is au Alderman.
Tho religious awakening that has
seized tho colored population of Cairo is of
tho most astonishing kind,1 Nearly all tbo
cooks, chambermaids and nurses havo got
il, bail. Thoso who have not been bap
tized are about to bo; and church-going,
"praying in my hoart," and singing
"goldon slipper'1 byrans, ihavo become
fashionable divcrtisomonts with ladies of
color. "Holp" that has recovered entirely
from a bad attack of rollglon is as' rare as
diamonds In a coal bank. Wo havo been
to put upon by tho enthusiasm of now
convorts, that wo feel liko offurlng a pre
mium for n good, honest, downright sinful
cook, chambermaid and nurso-girl that
causing Ill-Daddy in tho Morning, and
such ditties intteud of the drawled out:
And he sot In a golden chariot," etc.
1 1 1
Wo are a fervid admirer of tho enno-
bling gamo of baso ball, and bellovo It
should bo played on a harp "of ft thousand
strings and on Sunday, but wo do wish tho
boys of tho city could mako arrangements
to play it on Sunday at a respcctablo als
Unco from tho privato residences of quiet
citizens. A man who has been very noisy
all tho week, and wishes to enjoy a llttlo
peace on Sunday, cannot, without a strong
euort, uncomplainingly enduro baso ball
under his windows from eight o clock un
til sunset particularly noisy baso boll,
embellished with shrieks and loud curses.
The luxury is too good for every Sunday
John Barton It back again at his post
as editor and publisher of tho Carbondalo
A'eto Era. Barton Is flrst-rato newspaper
man, and If the Carbondallans do not give
him a liberal, support, they ought to bo
The Cairo Silver Band, of which Mr.
Carl L. Thomas U, a member, offors $25
for tho recovery of the body of little Carl
who wat drowned on lost ljriday.
Removal. Mrs. J. Uurrianngs wishes
to Inform her customers and tho public
general! r that she has removed her mil
linery goods from hor st6rn nn 'Eighth
street to the commodious room on Cohi'
mercial Avenue, between Sovonlh and
Eighth streets known a Mrs.- Oawbld's
old stand. Mr, dimming ha added
largely to her slook of goods, and now 'tin
a cheap, ccnsonablo and fashionable col
lection of bats, bonnets, ribbons, etc., to,
which sho aak the attention of old and
new patron.. mlldtf
XAKE OTICK. IIME TAULK OK THE
Illinois Cf.ntral Railroad. On nnd
after Sunday, May 14th, 1871, tho follow
ing timo-tablo. will govern tho arrival and
departure of passenger trains at Cairo:
VrparlMM train, daily 11:45 p.m.
r.xpresF, daily, J:30 p.m.
JiriV' Mnll, daily - 3:30 a.m.
Expre, daily, except
butiduy 3:30 p.m.
Although the regular St. Louis train is
taken off both trains outof Cairo will havo
through cars for St. Louis, which will bo
taken through from Du Quoin by the trains
on the Bcllovillo road. Direct and close
connection will be made at Du Quoin, and
th ere will be no chango of cars from
Cairo, to St.. Louis. Tbo train leaving
Cairo at 11:45 p.m will havo a through
lecping car for St. Louis. Tho attention
f shippers is especially called to tho fact
that a Fruit Express train will leave
Cairo dally, Saturdays excepted, and will
make the run from this city to Chicago in
Reliadlk and Sai-k.- Dr. Henry's
Iloo - ti.ii. line al9 lllliu Bliu Ml'tt-
ant in their operation, yet thorough, pro-
ucing no nausea or griping. Being en
tirely vegetable, they can bo taken with
out regard to diet or business. They
arouse the liver and secrctlvo organs into
healthy action, throwing off ditenso with
out exhausting or debilitating the sys
tem. Try them and you will be .satisfied.
Price 25 cents a box. Sold by druggists
and dealers in medicine everywhere. Pre
pared by tho Grafton Medicine Co., St.
Louis, Mo. myOdwCm
Another Straw. A telegram dated
at Indianapolis, May 11th, is as follows:
"At r, meeting of tbo stockholders of the
Indianapolis and Vincenncs railroad, held
in this city this morning, tbo following
persons wero elected directors: Thos. A.
Scott, Philadelphia; William Shaw,
Pittsburg; Geo. B. Roberts, Philadel
phia; J. N. McCullough, Pittsburg; D.
G.Gray, Columbus; Thomas D. Messier,
Pittsburg. The road is a branch of the
Pah Handle organization, and, when com
pleted to Cairo, will form an important
link; In Gen. Fremont's El Paso Pacific
route. In time, it will bo ono of tho moit
important thoroughfares leaving the city."
The, Commerce. DUpatch says that Mr.
Scott has said that since Cairo has refused
to renew its subscription to tho C. & V
C. It., ho will seek a connection through
that village to tbo Pacific coast ; but, cf
courso, we do not believe this. Because
our County Court acted foolishly Scott
will not surely make an ass of hlmsolf.
To These lhe Attention or She IMibllc
la Specially InrlieU.
Alba'. The barber shop of Wm. Albn,
on Commercial avenue, near the cornor of
Eighth street, is lho placo to which all
lovors of a good, closo shavojWith razors
suarpor tuan tne wit 01 twenty jcrroius,
wind their way. tf
Meats. Tho orancli incat'siiop of Jiimes
Kynnston, located on Commercial avenue,
next door to tho grocery store of Juines
Carroll, is now' in full blast, and this pop
ular butcher is supplying' till 'tho refined
meat caters., cf.,tliat portion of tbo Fourth
Ward with sple.idid meat. If you havo
not tried him give him a call. If
Wine's. Ilimo, at tho old stund, on
Sixth street, jicar Ohio lovao, is conduct
ing his barber shop in a first-class style.
It is a modol establishment in every par
ticular, and whilo In bis chargo all Its cus
tomers will roceive oourtoous attention,
and the benefit Of excellent workmanship.
Haircutting, shaving, shampooing,, etc.
my2tf , r
Ntvi Barber Shvp. Tho razor U might
ier than either' 'the sword or pon, and
Frederick' 'Netzef handles his razor with
tuoro skill than' William does bis sword or
Dickons 1 did bis pon ; uni beyond all
doubt, he has tho most splendidly fur
nished shop In tho city. He may be
found nenr tho corner of Ohio lovce, on
Eighth street! in the rear if Mr Si. iVi'eA-
otos Hotel. " Give him call. myOtf
A supper and strawberry fcstivnl will
bo given by the ladles of tho Episcopal
church at Mr. Thorton's new building on
10th streot on Thursday evening May
18th. Suppor wilt bo served at 7 o'clock.
Tho building has been recently rostored
ond placed upon n new and vory secure i
foundation. Tho room Is spaclou and
cheerful, and will be pleasantly fitted up
for tho occasion. Lot every ono obtain
supper there on Thursday night. m!43t
Thk Feston Corn Mill. This estab
lishment, cornor of Commercial avenuo
and Twentieth streot, is now in charge of
Mr. M. I). Ountor, who having purchased
and thoroughly refitted It, invitei tho at
tention of tho public to tho fact that hois
now prepared to furnish dealers and fami
lies with tho vory bct nrticloof corn meal.
Ordort left nt tho mill or sent through the
postotilco will receivo prompt attention.
Flora Garden. This place of popu
Inr resort will bo opened to-day at .1 p.m
liMWrg win do in attendance with his
string band, nnd n sacred concert will be
tho main fcaturo of tho fetlvllicj. Tbe
orderly public aro Invited,
JOHN' REES, Proprietor.
Baitmt Mretino. AH Baptist people
of tho city of Cniro aro requested to meet
at the Prcsbytorian church, on Tuesday
evening, 1$ oclock, for tho purposo of be
ing organized into a congregation.
For Sale. Tho undersigned will sell
at piivato salo tho following described
property: Four work horses; 2 set
uouuio imrnofj; 1 two-horse wacons:
several plows and other agricultural im
plements. Parties doelring to purchase
will call at her rcsidenco or ut Robt. llrl-
bach'r, opposilo tho court house. Terms
of sale, half cash ; balance on six. month's
credit, with good security.
npr22dlm Mrs. KATIE COOPER.
OcritAN Asylum. An adjourned Joint
meeting of th: lady managors and trustees
of tho Orphan Asylum of Southern Illi
nois, at Cairo, will be hold at tho Lecture
room of tho Presbyterian Church nt 3
o'clock p. m., Tuesday, Mav 10, 1871.
Every mcmbor should bo present.
It H. II. CANDKE, Sec'y.
Be ward Tho Cairo Silver Cornet
Band will pay twenty-five dollars for tho
recovery of tho body of Carl Thomas, (son
of Carl L. Thomas of this band) who was
drowned in tho Ohio river, May 11th, inst,
By order of tho band.
F. S. BOBBINS, President.
Wk havo been requested to tav that
Elliott Ac Haythorn hare now on exhibi
tion, ami fnr.aalAvrvthSn 4
aim auoo nnu lur tuuice, nnu gentlemen a
wear; and that nil their goods aro new
The Wood Pile. Tho timo 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 abundant,
" Jl l ir 7 I 1 ! . t . , . ,
the expenso of getting it is n large item of
family cost, nnd pcoplo aro learning to
make their wood pile lust ns long as possi
ble. There Is no agent that aids this econ
omy of fuel so much a a Charter Oak
Stove. Try it. myOdwlt
Corner Wnhln-toi Avenne nrl Four
Fred. Bla.ikenburg's saloon 'is newly
and elegantly fitted up nnd supplied with
the finest wines, liquors, bcor, cigars, etc.,
that can bo found in tho city ; and Fred.
b.H no superior n a dispenser of delightful
beverages. Do not forget tho placo, cor
ner 14th street and Washington avenue.
To occupy a very pleasant room, (fur
nished or unfurnished), on Washington
avenue, opposite the now custom house ;
sultablo for man and wife or single gen
tleman. Also a limited number of day
boarders. Terms very reasonable. En
quire at this office. mayS-Ctd
Ha, IrfXJSatii Sc Cm. In the Froaea Field,
The ico wagons of Huso, Loo mis & Co.will
commence to dolivcr ico about tho city on
Monday, May 1st, nnd will continue to
mako daily rounds each morning (Sun
days oxceptod) during tho present season,
Ordors left at tho oftlco of tho company,
corner Ohio levco and Eighth street, will
receivo prompt attention. Huse, Loomis
St Oo. isro also prepared to fill nil orders
In taio stoambontnnd shipping trudo.
Tho houso horotoforo occupied by Pat
rick Fitzgerald, on Ohio Loveo between
Fourth nnd Sixth streets. This house, if
not lho .best business houso Is certainly
onoof tho host stands in Cairo. It fronts
tho principal steamboat landing nnd is
near tho Illinois Central railroad depot
tVlso tho second floor of tho same building
suitably arranged fur offices. Apply next
dcor at Robert Smyth & Co's. wholesale
grocery storo. tf
Fitzqebald's Hamflk Rooms, Por-
tons blbulously Inclined, lovers of tho ex-
hilorntingjuicu of tho corn and juice of the
grape, or malt bovorages, should call im
mediately nt tho sample rooms, on cornor
Commercial avenuo and Fourteenth street.
Besides everything in the drinking line,
uf tho purest kind, ho ha the most fra
grant Havana cigars, importations from
Cuba, that land of narcotlo weed. I itz
gerald keeps u flrst-clus place, and has
with him Jimmy English, who knows ev
erybody, nnd knows tho wants of every
body and who Is. a gentleman, every
inch of hint.
KIIKPS STONSTA. iY OX HAND
mm mwn y erbvar c.sr?rri an n or -e-
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Hts, Caps, Boots, Shoes, W&V
COR. SIXTH STREET &. OHin i evce,
C-A.IIRO, - - -
Partlcnlar attention paid to orders for
and only the bct
Steamor Illinois, Columbus.
Jas. Fisk, Jr., I'nducnh.
J. H.Grocsbeck, New Orlenns.
City Chester, Memphis.
Indiana, New Orleans.
N. W. Casey, Casoyvlllc.
Antllopo, St. Louis.
Sam J. hale, Cincinnati.
C. R. Church, Cincinnati.
Arkansas Belle, Fvansvlllo.
Steamer Illinois, Columbus.
Ja. Fisk, Jr.,- Putlucah.
J. H. Groesbcck, Cincinnati
City Chostor, St. Louis.
Anna, St. Louis.
Indiana, New Orleans.
N. AV. Casey, Coseyville.
Antllopo, St. Louis.
Edlnburg, St. Louis. j
Sam J. Halo Memphis. j
C. B. Church, Now Orleans.
Arkansas Belle, Evansvtlle.
sgJ-Tho rivor has risen nbout 12 inchc
In tho nast twontv-four hours
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ploaant, and rather too warm for com
fort. ie-Tho Arkansas Bcllo brought 58
hhds tobacco, 25 tons sundries fur tho
South and a big passenger trip.
iSy-Mr. Marion Wright has just re
turned from hi southern trip, looking re
markably well. HI trip evidently did
fraTThoJahus Fisk, Jr., for Paducah,
Illinois for Columbus, Idlewlld for Evans
villo and Talisman for Nashville, nro tho
regular packets to-day, to leavo promptly
on arrival of tho train.
f&" Tho City of Cairo for Vicksburg,
Atlantic and bgs, Bismarck for Now Or
leans, Argonaut 2 fur Tennessee rivor,
Siillio for Fort Smith, Lidy Loo for Red
river, Aboona for Pittsburg, nre duo to
day. ffrjrThe Mississippi has como to a stand
at St. Louis, nnd w'ilT to falling by next
port. Tho Ohio is falling nt Pittburg
with 8 feet in tho channel, but is still
rising nt Loulsvlllo with 12 feet 2 inches in
thochuto nnd 17 feet In tho canal.
j6yAn Evansvillo dispatch of tho litis
inst. says: "Tho Morning Btar dashed
out light aftor tho Idlowild last ovenlng,
tho latter having 100 tons of freight, 1,200
bushels ol coal, and 150 people. Tho Idle
wild led her to Henderson, gaining 35
seconds. Very little monoy changed
hands as tbo result wa anticipated."
aSJrThe Cincinnati Commercial says
Somo scalawag In tho vicinity of Vicks
burg Is doinga heavy business in tho way
of reporting steamers that carry cotton
uncovorcd. Among tho boats that have
boon seized nnd bonded nro tho following:
Natchez, C times; Frank Purgoud, 5;
Robort K. Leo, 1 ; Bollo Lee, 2; Katlo, I i
City of Vicksburg. 1 ; Doxtcr;l; Indi
ana, 3; John Kilgour, 2; Olive Brunch,
1; Robert Mitchell, 1 ; Uismarck, 3; II.
S, Turner, 1; Mary Houston, 1; Julia, 1;
Henry Amos, 1 ; Colorado, 1 ; Continen
tal, 2 5 John Kylo, 2; Arkansas, 1; Mar-
collu, 1; Sunflower, 2; Lucy Kclrn, 5; E.
Honsley, 5; Countoss, I; Bollo luzoo,d;
Hartford, il; NollloTlioma, 1 ; Virginia,
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TIIK I'OPUF.AK POF.TIC REABEit.
Biiniclf In His Lirlilnlng Change Ac
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Children .23 centa
Itoor oren at 7 o'clock. Performance c'o'rtfS
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J.REK. & GILBERT, ju (
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT
William IT. Qreen
William It. Utlbort
niiea r. uurrt
Hpecial attention rItc n to Admiralty tad Steam
O Rice on Ohio Levee. Room a 7 emd
over City Nallnnnl Hank.
T EG.IL ENTERPRISE,
OMAHA ' NEBRASKA,'.!
May 25(Ii, 1871,
IN AIR OF A PUDLIC LIBRARY
TIcketeTivo Dollars Each lltUvM Ota
Ito.l r l-aeh.
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(J. ft Concert of the Mercantile Library Aatocia.
tlon.of 8n Francisco, which Rare such uaiTertal
OneChstneeln Every Thlry-KIhl.
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(lood resi'OnjIbleiitenl wanted, Lttitr.ai;i II
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Between Washington Are k Poplrfl a.
BooUetnd Shoes Made to Order- VIsitM '.riJ
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