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BY JOHN H. OBB11LY &
PAINTS' OILS, ETC.
V I'arker it. F. Itlftk-
WHITE LEiD. ZIHC, OILS
Window Oln8 and Patty.
" WU Paper. WIMow
95 Onto JiEVEF,
jpairo -. - - - IUinos
ST.f.AM ENCINFS, BOILERS
Copper and Sheet Iron Work
No. 2JR East Pearl Strrot,
W w. TiiORvro.v
LATH AND LUMBER
' TENTH STREET
Between Commercial and WAsh-
Irqlon Avenues, "
Agent tmn Rack River I'npcr
Com4UiHhcaihlBg Felt toid
iLw. Joha'H Improved Bool
inr al war on hand.
C'karlerca March. 31, l&OO
Oity National Bunk
"i okVJc'kks 1
A. li. flAFPORtylVendentl
h. a. T VI' III, Vice-President;
W. IIVHLOI'. riecrwaryarid 'Irwur-r.
. W.BAHCI.AY, CHAM, OALIIIflER,
F. M." rlTOt'KFLETH. PAUL O. fcCH UU,
R H;1CWNIN(JIIAM. W. r.JULLIIUV,
; J. M I'IMLLlfy.
Aeiloiltt of any Amonnt'Iteerlred fron.
Tea Utnu Upwards.
InteMtpald oo deposit at t)i rat of per cent.
cr lOrrara March Ul and Sect, lai.
Id tut ool withdrawn U a.ided Immediately to
the principal of ihe-deposits. thereby gi'lng ttiem
Varretl Women Add Children
Mat deposit money no tiimt
XOOHK KUtK-AN DRAW IT.
pen every wartwtnrdsy-frdm'V'i-nTrtoS n.m.
and aalunUy reninf. for HA VINO DEl'OdlTs
ODly,frm C (o I o'clock.
W. P. IIALLIDAV, Pretldonti
A. ! SAVKOUD, Caihlcri
WALTER UVSI.OP, Atttitant Caihlu
XT. t. lUllldaj,
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x?Iinnp;e, CoIh and
IT. N.JSoml Bought
AOWVV.BH. UtHtlNO n TNINB
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FIRST milpHll BANK
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DANIEL MWKD, lrMliltBl
BUIUtT W. MIIXKR, lo-Fr.)
V. N. UOU11EM, CiMklcr.
Collections Promptly:. Made.
Exchange, Coin, Bunk Note
and United NtateH Neenrl
ties Beuifkii: and '
latereit .Allowed ob. Tf Deposits.
GUARDIANS IirSKJ NA
TION. Tn mil nar.oni conomdi Notle la hcrobr
IWentoal t will, na the ilith day ot -Jun, A, I),
171, at th Juoe Tarmof the County. Court of Al
zander county, is wairo, uiiooL,riign pij orace
Mlioardlanaf DlannaHartllB. '
yaico o: L SC231WS,
420 North Elulitli StvPhilndu.
A color and drcssiug that will
not buru the hair or injure the
It does not produce a color
mechanically, na the poisonous;
It gradually restores tho iilnV
to its original color and lustra,
by supplying new life und vigor.
It cuubcb a luxuriunt growth
of soft, fine hair.
Tho best and safest 'articlo
Clean and Pure. ioKedimeni.
ASK FOIt DOHFilN.S'.
Also, ip ronstantly on hand not com
plete stock nf
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
We . exclusively for Ciuh, to which lai-t
bute the. attention of close bargain buyers
bpeclal attention itiven to fl.ling orders.
I-adlen' Furnlsliln? (loods,
Corntr A'tnlh Klrtri.
All kind nf clothing lor l.!!"' wmr mide to
ordr. otirmiij ntMlt. Al-o, full rurttncnt of
Mn.iV im l.xillc .h mri)tt
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
JOOD AXD CO A I..
U jircpsreJ to Uclirtr theht
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
in anr part of thf citj, in in numtity drilled,
nu khort uolice.
Coal Delivered at $4 SO Per Ton.
OKFICE-Orrf ncrwrt, Orth t Co,' itorr
toic. twudoori boo th i-orner of Eighth itrct
inq Ottnrnrclwl tn'i. dccMt
laanonticol wonder, rrtralt th ihmn.nrl. nf
hldtico wonlc r. of .N.tiirc; in 01 permanent ue
and practical avallablUty, combining m.truclion
wiin amu.emrm, ann ocrrr jong Hi. interest. It
TEN THOUSAND TIMES
a power equal In other microscopex of mn
limea Itaco.t. ItcTealtcountlvi little wnil.i. nil
around us, tcunlns xithlifc, which to the dM
ejeinimt forever rcinnin a nt-aled book mccl in
inegai,nuiiiia!i In water, chrene mitc, ausarand
Itch ineci., milk tilobuluv, claws and flr of Id
aecw, hundred nr even in a ulnglB eye of a fir,
dmtofa buttrrlly'B hIiik. to be perfectly formed
feather, the much talkedof Trinchlnanpiritli. or
pork worm, which aa Hrtlil.'overed In America
with thl Mlcrocnj.e.
It la of Intinnte value, to prnfesnlnnal men, to
tcR. hcr and to etuden), but nowhere Ik It of
greater Tkluethan ' n the Utnily m tile, within ihn
reach oi erery tnemucr. ii win jeumu yourtcn,
yourchildron and your friend during tho lonn
winter cvcnmjj". It will ahow you adulterations
and iinc'lfuuliucss ot variutm kluds of food, at "ti
gar, tea, bread, meal. Ac,
It Is of Iiirsliiimlicl Value to the I'arnic
In examinlDK ImectaMhlch prey upon nucroni.
ine power 01 a iu microacopo, anu io:mpie in
its conttruction that any chlln can uo It under
alandingly and with appreciation.
A Doaaiil 11 preaeni, elegant, luairuciiTe, aiiiub
Ingi andchanp. Over rV-M have lximeo!d.
During the past alx yciiiaitaworth baa been tea
titled to by ttiuusanda of scientific men, farmer,
echool teacher, dtudenl", pliyf iciini-, headt of
familits, and ottwra.
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Krery m.'runient 19 neatly boxeil, and hand
OtQelv laheleil with full ittroptlnnj fnp tliiA. Thou.
rid. ha?e been aent by mail.
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FREE I FREE!
..Tn !X , pe' . mon"iy jonrnal of tnfor.
mation for the people- the myMenea ot nature
explained Interaannn ktormatlonon the won-
jri.n....- ii, aaeionea, c. Term.
II 00 per yo-r. 'Una Journal will bo aent Free
for one year to any one nurchaiing a Crnir Mu ro.
ecipe, aiineregaiar price, J, lUrai? Microscope
eailf 1 aenl hAm wt a lit
Knraampiecopr.and ourbeautifully illustrated
and ileacripttfocircularH, and eight page ot tea.
umomaiaui vrniu nicrosuope, bmihi aix cenia rni
Optlctacs, and Sole Proprietor of Craig and Nor
vlty Microscope, Chicago. 111.
Agent tod .Dealers, ibis Microsoopo sell In er.
ry family pn Its merits, when txlblted. Large
JTunu. yuica niuea.- ni"wn
iVoa'je; of it l thews.
Dana is not mistaken when lie pay.s
tliat the Mobilo lirgitttrx edited by
John Fomylli, ig one ortho roost bitter
organs of the Southern irrcconcjlablcs.
It hates the "Yankees" with an intense
hatred ; it believes that the South was
riglit in tho rebellion, and it expresses
its scntimonU on a'.l pceasion in words
that can at least claim the merit of en
tire frankne.-s. Hut while no more out
spoken representative of the "unrepen
tant rebel" can probably be found in
the whole South than the editor of tho
Ilrrjiitrr, when it comes to talking of a
lreh .Southern rebellion that nanor il .
claims any desire forsuehnn untlertak
ing in language which is plain. In ref
erence to Senator Morton's recent
speech, in which he declared his belief
that if the Democratic party came into
power in the Southern States they
would quietly r-ccedo, the Rtg!hr takes
occasion to say that the South has ah
ready done all the fighting that it fceh
called upon to do for the maintenance
of iti-"liberties," and that any future
rebellion must begin in the North.
With grim satisfaction it asserts that
Orant is now Dictator in New York
and Ohio just as he is in Virginia and
Alabama, and intimates that while it
would sec the North and West rebel
with great complacency, "as for the
South arming or a man pulling a trig
ger to begiu the htrugglc, it is as utter
ly foreign to Southern thoughts and'in
tentions as. it is to build a ladder to
scale the moon. When the North be
gins, and calls on us for help, why.
then 'we'll think about it.' No more
recession for this quarter." The at
tempt to bolster up the iniquitous Forco
bill by the pretense that the South in
tends to secede again is the veriest non
sense. That a sentiment of bitterness
against the North'cxists in the South
ern States is not strange ; it is natural
in a people who feel that they have been
conquered, though in time it might be
overcome by just and friendly legisla
tion. Hut as for any intention ou tho
part of the Southern people to inaugu
rate another civil war or make the at
tempt to re-establish slavery, nothing
moro untruthful nor absurd could well
THE POPE ASH PRUSSIA.
It is a fact that is regarded of much
rguificauce that the only powerful
government of the Old World that has
manifested any disposition to exert its
influence in behalf of the Pope, or to
take measures to assuage the painful
ncss, of his position is the Protestant
government of Prussia. A well in
formed cQtemporary, remarking upon
this fact, says, that Prince Bismarck
has lately appealed to the Italian cabi.'
net to be as kind and easy with the
venerable Pontiff as possible, and has
received from Florence the assurance
that the utmost respect toward the head
of the Catholic Church will constantly
be shown by the government of Italy.
This assuranco is also fortified by tho
passage in the Italian Parliament of a
bill guaranteeing to tho Pope nbotit all
the privileges and immunities which
could be expected from a popular legis
lative bodr. j
On tho other hand, Austria, which
for tho past half century has been 0110
of tho bulwarks of Catholicity, has now
fallen away from her fidelity. Not
only is the concordat, which settles the
relations between tho Paral See and
tho Imperial Government in a mannor
satisfactory to the former, to bo abro
gated, but the Ministry have announced
in the Parliament their intention to
propose somo tort of declaration
against the recently proclaimed dogma
of Papal infallibility. Should such a
declaration be adopted, Austria uuder
Francis Joseph will become as decided
ly a schismatic country as England be
came under Henry VIII.
Thk Connecticut election riddle ia
finally solved. Tho investigating ooin
mittce, in which thero was a predomin
ating ltadical influence, declared, oh
quito evorybody supposed it would,
whether warranted by facts or not
that Jewell received ouo hundred more
votes than he was credited with in the
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. MAY 16,
Fourth ward of New Haven. This
hundred ,was necessary to elect him j
but had the need been 000, who sup
poses that the Iutestigating Committee
would not have proved themselves, equal
to tho occasion ? On Thtjnly It
tho Legislature formally declared Jew
ell eleotcd, and thus, probably, the mat
TiiudoUof, jChicngo ia 14,417,000, Tho
cpertdl.ture of. Itao chy last year were
f 12,020,000, an& tno receipts lfl3,80T,O00.
Amountln the hands of the treasurer, $1,-
"Mrs. Urlctr rorn'eroy hot heen di
vorced from Her husband. "We can call
to rnlonly, two men -whom: no woman
iiouw & compelled id Uvi -With, Tly. :
JMn Jticoand Urick Tomeroy.
A i.iTTf.E while ago Scnntor Sumner
stood up In Ms plnco In the denote and
boldly denounced tiio Presldont ''a
usurper of kingly nuthority and rt violator
or the consUtution." in his attempt to force
his .Snn Domingo project upon the country
More recently this samo Sumner, from the
same place, spoke and voted in favor of
the ku-klur bill, which confer on the
President unlimited and unconstitutional
pcwcr, and makes him the most ubtoluto
dictator on tho fuco of tho whole csrth 1
Thla is "trnnge consistency, surely.
The people tiro just paying for tho in
terlorence by tho Federal government
with tho olections held in New York last
Pull. -Marshal Sharp was in "Washington
last week endeavoring to get money
wherewith to pay on" his Iambi, asking for
this purpoe tho snug little sum of 107,000.
Sharp having some difficulty with tho
treasury officials, the President iaiued an'
order for tho bill to bo paid. This $57,00
is about onc-third of what It cost tho.natlon
for Grunt Interference in the New York
CtaTA melancholy cuso Is that of the two
women In Uroqklyn who were frightened,
to denth by the posorico of burglars In their
rooms. It Is an nccopted maxim of tho
Court of General Sessions now that, u
burglar intends to commit murder, 'If nec
essary, when' he enters n houso fur burglar
ious purposes) and hero is a percitliar enso
that btrongly illustrates the idn. Tho
burglar have actually committed a
dou)lc tnuiOur, 'uui uiyi"wfm6(rt, 'any ac
tual intention, hut actually without tiny
necessity, and wo may imigine tho horror
with wh'ch they find that their crimes
havo brought them so suddenly und so use
lessly under tho awful Minduw of the seal-
tAsonofthc Into rrciidont Tyler,
only twenty-one years old, is an Uhlan in
the Twelfth Army Corps of Saxony, nnd
served through the Franco-I'russiun war
Ho had been for live years a mining stu
dent at Freiberg, but when tho clash of
arms camo he laid aside his books nnd
sought admission to tho service Ily nn
especial favor of tho Minister of War this
foreigner was permitted to enter the ranks
of the King of Saxony. Being a flno look
ing, gallant young man, ho mude nn excel
lent soldier, and his record as the son of
an American President was enough tocau6e
every officer nnd private to seek his com
panionship. During tho latter part of the
war young Tyler Is said to have carried
his cavalry .lance into several hot engage
ments. It is nroDosed to turn the old Stnta
House at JUiliedgcville, tia., Into in osy
lum for inebriates.
A letter from liuenos Avres re
ports the death from yellow fever nt the
rate 01 sou per clay.
$QjrTlie Supremo Court of Indiana,
contrary to general expectation, has de
cided the railway lax law constitutional.
SssT Under tho new apportionment tho
Leglsluturo of Ohio will consist of thirty
six Senators and 0110 hundred and llvo
Mrs. Judith Jinn of Ipswich, Massachu
setts, who last week wont whero rust doth
not corrupt, win married ou Christ
mas day, ViW. blent on tho samu bedstead
thvrcatter to the ilay of her death, survivd
tho ninety peoplo who taw her married,
left sixty descendants, nnd was the first
poreon to hoist the innovating umbrella in
the stroots of oltwlev.
SOT Up to tho present date but two ap
plications hnvo been recoived at thoofiieo
of tho comptroller of tho currency for or
ganizing national gold banks, in accord
ance wiui the act providing lor their es
tablishment, and tno notes iuued for this
purpose thus fur havo not vet ranched a
halt million dollurs. The banks are es
tablished in Uoston und San Francisco.
JfiiT Prince Hismarck, it is "reported,
has gone tt Uompeigno, to confer with M.
Thiors upon tho present condition of
Franco. This ancient town, by the way,
has figured moro than once in history; it
was here that Jean of Arc was made pris
oner, nnd here, too, that the first Napoleon
espoused Mario Louise. The King of
Saxony is taking taro of tho town at pres
ent. A Virginia editor, in noticing tho
statement that tight lacing save tho
country $2,000,000 annually in board
alone, says it Is a villainous and hubiluitl
lie. Ho knows a girl who laces so tight
that his arm will go around hor twice and
lnp over hor clour to tho elbow, and on'o
wouldn't think to look at her thu't sho
could cat anything but soup, but sho Jims
got an appetite like a cross-cut saw, and
she mows a swath at a tsbla like 11 -soil'-raking
airlt may surpriso tomo of our renders
to know that the oleander, ao popular m a
yi.rd and hoiuo plnnt, Is extrcmoly nolison
ous. Ur. T. J,. Wrlclit, tn a communion
lion to tho Ucllufontalno (O.) Republican,
iavs ho was called to nttoml it rrillil ft few
days aro who had eaten some fragment of
nn oieandor buili that hud been clipped oil".
The symptoms wore sudden and violent,
uuu iuq rexuii nearly latai. OJentniy pros
tratton, sunken eves. treat nallor." Inpo.
santvomltlnff, extreme tblnl, and purging,
mi o niu priiuominnni sympiotnl.
OAIKO AND NASHVILLE
The fn lowing atejmers leaf e Cairo
on the lay ami at the ho'ir below-narood
TALISMAN, Evory Monday at ft p.m.;
TYHONK, Every Thursday, at 5 p.m.;
LUMSDKN, Every Saturday, at C p.m.
For Freight or IWago apply on board, or to
HIOGS A- MALLOltY,
janWTltf 1 ;i OHIO I.KVKK.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
The beautiful and HrM draught utenmer
IIOK.NKY H.MF.nt.t:V Maater.
l.eaies Cairo daily at 5 p.m., ajd Taducah dally
irt 9 a.m. Ilarlug superior accommodation, she
olicit" rubuo patronage.
Particular a tention paid t collection of In
voice charxe... but the host will not be rcspon'
rlbtefor the same until collected.
f-tate ol 1 111 noli., Alexmder County, t. In tn
Circuit Uonri or Alexnnder County.
Patrucl Staats Taj lor ind Kdwln Piir.oon, 1rtl.
!. 01 inr tyairn cuv ivoperiy, sc. i.uey r..
William.. Prank II 'Williams, Krnetin V,
Drurynnd MnMiall I. Uniry her husband. John
SI. Undori. Jacob Ktain. William M. Wil
liams ' and George y..her, ndmlniatrator lo
onu.non 01 AhtahAtn s llliani', dc eated. In
Chancery. Hill to enfo.ee Vendor's l.len.
Said Krnestlnit V.,Urury and Marshall P. Drury
arc hereby noticed that the nliove milt Is pen. 1
In;; in caul Coiiit, and thnt the tiliio and place of
the return or summons In eaid ca-o Is the lirst
Iondaym July, 1S71. at the couul house in Cairo,
in Mii Couul) nnd state.
JUUN . II A KM AN, Clerk.
t.reen Cllhert !jol'. for Cempl't. mylw't
4 I.ni.YIVTRATOK'.S HA Jul!
-i. of heaij instate.
Sly virtue ol an order and decree of lb County
petition f.f the niidersUned.Tli-man.Martftip.ad. 1
mlnl.lr.tn. f.';e - W, .VT" V
deceased, t the Ma en 'term, lb"l, of taid court, I
to-wit.on the21.tdn of March, 1S7I, I thall.on
the Ultnd.iYof May. IpTI. between the hours 01
tei. 0 elovk in the forenoon and four o'dock in the
afternoon of a.sld dar.iell, at public aale, at the
front door of ihn Court Hon" in the city ofl'airo,
in aid countv,the real .-lute decntied aa folloin,
to.it! Ile-innini! at tho fOulheat corner ol
claim CS1 ureyW.1, on anah and sweet irum ,
runnins aoulh ol wc-i. vi 11I1 the orlKinul lino nt
taid -iirtey, to the bink i.f the M.faisaippl r.vcr,
one hundred and eighty poles, four links et nf
a Hack oak nlrn inches in diameter i thei.es up
the river Ufty.four ulelo .toie, three linln
notlhweat of a l.l.vsk oak eight inchei in iliameter;
tlietice north of east one hundred and eihtj
poles to a atone on the northeast Una of sild mr-
v. y; theuce hfly-four poles, east of couth, with
aaid line to the beginnirj , coutalnlni; cixtv six
7J-llltli acrea. Al,o. bemunine at a atone fill.
four noles north (bearinu tmrtT-nine ri.eree.
forty minutes west) irom tne outhcat corner of
me original sursey, (claim wi, survey mil) run
nloa tiience wen (bearing aouth rfty degrea
ist-mv uiiiiiiies w.sii onv ndnuieu ana r eh
pole to a no. e, three link- northwest ofa bin i
oak elirtitinchea In diameter, on the bunk nt thn
Mli-i9ippl river; thence up with and on the
bank ol tho said 3!tr"iaippl river ninety f. ur
pole to n Monei thence eat(eeannR norlh fiity de.
grees t enty ininntea eaatjono hundred and eighty
poles to n otone In theoriitlu.il lum of paid -urves ,
theme aouth (tiear.ngeast) with the cittern lineuf
tne mi l mrvey ninety-tour poi-s to a atone in
the said line, the besinningcornerof the tract ot
Utut herein last described, eot talnln one hun
dred and flveTS-lOith acres. All of the said l.n,l
atovodeecritmrtbeiiif; the south part of claim No,
'ret ..... . ... . 1 .. . j '
vi.i, j ..w. m AieAMQiirr county.
.Illinois, containing in the agrei-iitK loo and
III lUutliacreaand knnwnasthe A.hley N. Masav)
farm, (subject only to thurlahtof the nresent ou
cu aut to make a crop on raid Unda fur the year
1ST1, und the rich! of the l.eirs of said Ashley N,
Slassey, dec aasnit, to collect and receive tho rente
'cranio, land for the year l7l); on the fo lowine
Kv.ms, lu.wii; unt nan 01 tne purchase money
to be Paid cash tn hand, and the balance tn
twelve in mths Horn dale of sale, the purchaser to
Kln 11 P.IU mvriKSKn tn ui premifKt. HOIU to HO
cure 'he paymetof tho unpaid purclia.se mouey
Dat.d fhlavythdiy of .March. Irtl.
Administrator 0. theeetate ot Ashley N, Mas.
fiairsA (inarRT. Attva. mehSOwTt
State of Illinois, Alexander County, ".
In the mutter of Samuel Htaata T.iyliirnnd IMiiln
i'ar.on. Trustee ol tho Cilro City l'ro,crty,
va, tieoro w. Alcitenzin ami John W.lrvler.
Kn bill In enforce Vendor' Lien,
Tublio notice la hereby civen. that in iiurmiancc
of a decretal order entered lu tin. al,,ie
entitled cause, In said Court, on the tilth I
nay ol Juiuary, A. I). 1171, I John IJ. lUman
Master in Chancorv for .aid Court, will, on tin.
27th day of Muv, A l. 171, nt 11 o'clock In the
urenooii 01 huh uiiy, feu nt puhl'c a. it'. urn to the
highest bidder, for cash, ut tlis door of the court
house in the city of Cairn, In ald County, the bil
lowing described real estate, eltuilo in tho Conn
ty of Alexander and State, of llllnt.ii, lo.wli I.ot
numbered 'hlrlecn (U) In block numbered tweii
ty eight in the 1-irst Addition to tho city of
Cairo, (will l. sold without redemption audn deeit
executed to the purchaser) together with all and
ainguUr the teneineuts and hereditament there
unto U'lopging. JOHN't. HAKMAN,
.May let, lb71, Master in Chancery,
bta'e of Illinois Alexander County, sa. In the
Circuit Court of Alexander County. July Term,
Daniel Arter. Cha.-lcs D. Arter and losenh II. nil.
teahouse partners doing bumtiess under the
nun iimim 01 11. Arter .v i.o., s. r r.ncis t
Uilson. In Attachment. Demand tUti.W. Dam
Notice hereby elventoyuu, the eaid Francis
E. Wilson, that h Writ of Altaoliment has beei
sued out of the nttieo of tho Clerk of tlie Circuit
Court of aald Countv of Alexander, at the suit nt
the said Daiiiii Arter, Char ee U. Arter and Jusnpti
II, Rittenhoiisc, firm o D. At(cr Co , and against
tho estate or )oti, tho raid Frauol, K. Wilsun for
ouQhundred and twelve dollars, besides interest,
directed 10. the Hherifl of aald Couuiy to execute,
which said writ has been returned by asld Mientl
exieuted by attaching Lot N .eilit (8) In IU0.1L
No, twenty four I'Jll In the t'l rat Aililition to tin-
No, twenty four U
City of Calm, lion
City of Calm. County of Alexander and hlote ol
Illinois, aa the property ofanld rt'ilscn.
utiivi, luu, n r.,,,1 1 l.ll'.in ... ,,
shall personally bo and appear before the Circuit
Court ol Mihl County oil thollrsl i' ay of tho next
term thereof, to behildcii in the city of diro, In
said Coumy, oil the first Monday In Hit I'loulli 01
July next, rfivo apeuial bull ami plead to said ao.
lion, judKineiit wll ho entered ugalnst you In
fav r of the .ai I plalulttls and the propert
attauhed sold to satisfy Hih .11110 with noais.
JOHN Q. HAKMAN, Clerk.
Sinur unl... .1... ......I L'.n...l L U'.l.....
Ctlro. riinnla, Slayv-l, isn.
Lincgar, MiinuJt rope, 1
ope, Plaintiffs Attorney,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS-
(J WIXSTOV A: CO.,
(Successors to John Q. lfarman i Co.,)
74, Second Floor, OHIO LEVEE
Buy nnd Sell Real Estate
UMNIMt AIMTRArTSI OV TITI.I
BOOTS AND SHOES.
BOOT AHD SHOE MAKER
TWENTIETH .NTH SET,
lletwrnii lVashinglon Ave & Poplnr .Nt
noolNauil Hhnfs MailMn Order. Finca
SALES ROOM, Xo. 13 SIXTH STHEET
tro Prepared to Snpply Customers
with the Host quality t,r
Urtlcra left nt llalllilay llroa. Oilier
No. 70 Ohio Levee, or nt the Conl
Yaril below the St. t'hnrlea Ho.
lrl,wlll Ilceelve Prompt
The Tug "Montauk" will brim? Coal alongnd
learners at any hour, day or night.
OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO.
FULTO.X & SOXS, - - Proprietors
Are Ko win Full Opernllon.
Jfessrs. Pultun .t Rnn. p . . .
.1,1.1 . ----.... ..... , .in, ri, , If (111 1 I
a I M ula of t lour of the best ijua Ity, and also
dill heed of a k nils. nnlm t i.,;,. , ..,,.
, '" lunui.n, iiiuuh irom 1110 neat iVhlle
AND DEALER IN ALI
KINDS OF FRESH MEATS
Cor. llh and Poplar St.,
Cairo, - -J Illinois
Iluva and slsimhtera cnlv tho lst cattle. noes
and Hlierii, and Is prenred to till any demand tot
fresh meanta from 0110 pound to ten thouaand
oiiadri. i o.illl
PEOPLES' MEAT MARKET
( HAS. HAYEK & CO., Prop'rs.,
hecp constantly on hand the best of Heel, l'ork,
Munr, Veil, Ijimb, r-auasge, Pudding, etc
rresh wliltelard in any quant ty.comed beet, etc.,
alwava on hand.
Orders tilled promptly and satisfaction war
TOIl A: CO.
Importers nud Joblxueof
409 N. FOURTH STREET(
lluieatall times a full assortment of fashion
lonahle goods, which will lie sold at the lowest
Karket price. Orders so'tcited aud promply
DAILY PAPER IN GYPl
jOL, cian, Surgeon nnd Accouchourt tor.
merly of Anna, Union Co., Illinois), oaa-pytmiw
ncntly located jn city. OFFICR-ComtfH-rcSTl
Aienue, between Sin and th .Streets Wail "lit,
CW. l)Cm0,M.I), Rt,.
IDEXCE-Corner Hlnth and Wln -1
OFFICE Corner Slith Strast aad Oato-luT-
OFFICE IIOUR-From 9 a.m. In It m., and
ltK.rtiriKSOK-No.Sl, ThlHeenth" fa
r-tweenWashlncton Atenua and Walnut fllfeet"
OFFOEli Comeielal Asenne. iipnelra
T WAHOMER, W.I7
iZ. n!,glon f'FFICVOntomtfirclaf
" 1 o.ioiiiee. iff 1 p. rrniTitH
from 10a m t 11 m
Ironi '.' tn intn.
x fuodKjs. J'epted) anJ
UICKEST lCOUii; FROM
CENTRAL R. R;
ClilcfiK", New York, Ilnstoa
1'HsaeiiRcr Trnlni Arrive nt and len
Cnlro lis fullowras
ARItlVK ai.lls A. Jl
Stan p. st
ves on Sucdsv.
No Express tn 1 hi
Both train connect at C.'entrulia withtrainton tn
Pana, Pecatur, lllooinlnc; toil, CI Paso,
la Sinlle, Jlleiiilora, Freenort, CJa lenn
lliiituiiur, and ali imiIiii. n Illlnola
Il.sourl, .Mlnaeiotn, WlaconaJu, asad
And with line, running East and Weat for , '
St. Louis. Sprlngllnld, Lonlmllle.' da
ciuuaii, inuiaunpolls A; t'clumbur ;
and sjCIilpajo; with MiclRan Central.. Miohffaa n
.-"luurrn, n,ui riusourp, r un Wiyna.
nnd Chicago nailioaiis tol .
ALL POINTS EAST
M. IrEwrTr, General 8iperiMtendent
J. Johnson, Avent Cairo.
SPRI.VGFIEL.il) & Il.I.IiVOIS
soiniii: iviKiiv r. u.
On and after Monday, April Itth, 1B71, trains will
ruu ai lollows 1
TR1I1S OOIHO SOCTIIIIST.
Leave 1rgln1a . tilua.m......
" Springrleld - 9.S0
" Taylorvllle.......lU:5' "
Arrive nt I'ana ll:io m
12 as p.m.
. 3.00 '
. i-.-id "
.. 6:17 "
i.eave rana .....1.li0a.m
" Tajlorville ..4:I7 "
Arr ve atSpringfteld...6;IS "
Leave ."psiugReld .r.:K '
Arrive at Virginia bi'ii "
TlilXS GOING SOCTlltlST.
Leave Edgcwooil,,... S:30 a.m ...10-.10 a.m.
" Flora sas ... n:tO "
Arrive at thawneetown3:Mp m 6:15 p.to
TBI1XS OOIMO KoaTHWIST.
Leal e Phawneetown 5:13 a.m .. 8;Srp.m
" Flor S:M 7:00
Arrive at Edgewood t:5U ' ...........8S!0
The 5.30 a m. train from Edgewood, ran only
Slondays, W.dnes.tajaand Friday, and 6:45 a.m.
1 rain trom Sliawneetown on Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays.
Oo'Tiects at Ashland with Jacksonville division
of Chicago and Al'on R llrosd. for Jacksonville,
I'etersbu'g, Mason City, a nd all roints west.
At hprimifield. with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and Western Railroad, for
ttloomlngton, Chicago, and all points north.north
nest anu wes .
At Tana with tnd, anil 9! Louis, and Illinois
Central lUllroad Inr all point! eiut, south and
At IMgewood with Chicago Division Illinois
At Flora, with Ohio aid Mississippi Railroad.
Atrilmwneetosn. with steamboats for Cincin
nati, I'aductth, Cairo and St. Louis.
OltLANU SMITH, 0nl6up't.
Join Foonrr. Oen'l Kr'gt and Tieke' Ae'l.
QlaOSIJ A ViSVKST,
and dealera In
Lime, Cement, Plaste Pans
Cor. Mil Street und ObIX,Tee
Inventors havlnr laiuip.,,.. w,ti. ih i,nit..i
Btates. Patent Otttce will Bnd It to Ihsir advantage
to intrust it In the :tianduf the old established
Mason, Fenwick 6 l?ifence74
1 latent Assail. WaalilsssrtoH. sa. s M'
Tliey have done, my business to my saUafj
Hon, und 1 take p'eaaure in recommending lh
VM. It. t'AUKIH,
Inventorof Improved Revolving Tubular Water
Cairo, April 9 1671, aprSWa