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oca. Choice 1'amily Flour in bbls
bbls. sacks Ac., for tale ot theEgyp-
'ftTg andKldPolish shoe, seftllojv
it the City Shoe.Store, cornor Com-
4alaT6nne and Eighth street. tf
ScRir tor Sali. $300 city scrip f
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ui vtuvr situ ihi ftrapuuuujo ivrins,
-...y to JAMES QUIKX.
Zjiois it that does. not like imokinc
-Ucnits for tiroakYalt? The Fumo
..stoTs will biVethe'tii in flvo mlnnies
3y the wafch. - tf
"-xcBi Pxticm. Kulhinf; tends
to coBiroUal 'happlnMi than cheor
Idheilthy inCanU and children. -Mr.
mb1ynrpjn. the great chlldrcu'i
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-CLAtBeo. areiellin!! muro ufSim.
XZ Lirer Kegulitor.M null, tlmn of
T"l Olhert nf t,ml .1
..gother. ' Th reason of thl is le-
H 11 H reioinmi-nd it to their
Thers fan nn n...i
L...J . par HHlkttt, tlm bo.U and
h"l(cr of Cairo. Hn -h.il,.,.,..
tmrn in hh) tradVand aiiurc the pub-
1-31 h. win jt,Min to Ui Cllt0lrteril
KTW'- "plion lhth street.
tlft f'fta fLt m
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M public library at Om.ho.
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I ln latuily.yuu muit hay,.
I "'" l,u Vnteruroredcook to
I , . mu wc would
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kT"' .i , ,U"V HCW tva H iron.
tlva, and conflnuB t, M " K'"'
-long ime to confirm jor ,ufa9,
W"b JlOSt' Stubborn If... "
.. no failure about It, mvlMK
a 'Maciu.hik. Attention ot
wishing a raUlak
uacbins is cal rl tn .i...
proved "Wheler and "WiW
lnnot be excelled for a fmlly
f, or for light wariufifclilrlnij pur.
AH art Invited to call and exam-
ImpTovcmf nts. J, O. CARSON,
I'm AtfenH, Cairo, III.
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Lot In the Town of nli !
lTOTICE:uerebyglTen to all pcroni concerned, that I will applyTTtho County
rtcf tb( County CI Aiexanacr in me cnaio ui iiiinon, suiing lor I'lo irnniaciion
vi. huiinfii. at the Juno Term thereof, A. D 1871. to lio comraonceJ and
"n at tba Court Home In tho City of Cairo, in said County nnd State, on the third
ridat la June next, to wit: on tho 19th day of Juno, A. I 1871, for Judgment
oil tacn asa eitrj di iu mm luiuuiug uiuuiiuuuu iracu oi lunu nau town
cltr loti and part of tracts of land and town and city lots for tho
Uaasty, P"i opeciai, ouri. xiojtc, umnci ecnooi nnu toriciicu
. -nJ inLcnat and cots duo thereon, rojpectivelv. for the vcar. A. 1).. 1870
"dallnquMit na aisoror anoracr ioaoii mo tame tor tiio tatisinction or tho said
j,lnttrtdcoiUM annexed to them respect! voly. Notlcoisalio hereby given,
nn tha fourth MesdaT of June next, to win oh the 2Ctb dav of June. A. I) 1871.
", and every of iild tracti of land, and town and city lota, nnd parU of tracU of.
1 and town and citvlots on which ludement and nn order. 'of aalo ronv be ob-
Vfti from said Court, .will bo sold at public venduo, at the so)ith-wejt door of tho
Ktilouse, in me wityoi i;airo, v;ouniy oi iviexanaor nnu oiaio oi Illinois, as tue
.UlracU, rot toe taxes, interest ana cons uuo on nnu sot opposito to sniu tracti ot
. and town and city lots nnd parts of tracts of land, nnd town nnd city lots, to
riDittd at in v office in the Citv of Cairo, Countv nnd Slate aforoiaid, on tliU 18th
1 Sheriff and Kx-UDlcio Collector of Alexander County, ttimu of lUinu.i.
(ikrsias School Examination. Tho
examination of tho Herman school took
place to-day. "Vo rpgrot that our engage
ments wero of such n nnturo that denied
in the plcnsuro ol attending. The exam
ination was conducted by Prof. AVirscb
ing, tho principal, and was thorough nnd
satisfactory. The considerable number
nf 1 ii 4 ts and gentlemen present cxpr'Med
themselves highly grntlflo'il'witV tho pro
ficiency evinced by tho pupils, nnd by tho
manifest tho'rouglinos' and falniest of tho
examination. tlle-atf T
tjuito- n nnmbtjr 'Of-children c'f Knglisli
purcnts attend tlils school, nnd tho facility
with .which they spoke and wrolo Gr
"mHti, not among the least gratifying
fmitureii of tho occasion. .
'Tnlchn nn n whole, the examination fur
Jiis!ns Ktnplo evidence of 1'rof. "Wirsch
ing's uoccm ns a tcaclier, nnd of the gen
crnl okcellcn.ee of his fcliool.
r IT70KUAI.DH rSAMI'LE JWIOUS. IVr-
sons'hlliiiloiisly incliund, lovers of tho px
lilleriiting juico of llin'orn nnd julcool tlio
grape, or innlt bovcruges, should call iui-,
mediaWy nt Uio sample roomh, on corner
Commercial nvenuo nrid Fourteenth f trocl.
Jlcsldes everything tln drinking lino,
oiriho piin-Jt kind, ho thns tho inol frn-gr-juit
llnvona cigars, imporlatloiiH. from
C'nbn,it'hht Innd of narcotic wccd. Fitz
gerald kesps a i) rt-c1s place, mid Iimh
witli him Jimmy English, who knows iv
oryhody, and knows tho wnnU of cvery
Imdy nnd who h ii gontleiiiiin, very
inch (it him,
Wi? Imve bi-cii rofiuriilcd a my thut
Elliott- it Haythorn havi now on I'xhili!
tion, f(iul for fhIc, rvcrythlng In thn hoot
nnd fhpo lino for ladiof, nnd gentlemen's
wcnrj-fliid that nil llioir good nrn mw
nnd ftylib. nprlfitf
f'r. Xli iioi.Afi. Day bonrdors can t"
cure good nccommodntloiiH nt'thi'St. Nicli
dlpn (formerly thn St. .lame) nt $1 ptr
we ck Tho house U nt tho corner of Ohio
lereo nnd Eighth street, ti central location,
nnd U proprietored bv Hnriy Wnlkor,
who Is nllve to tho wnnti of his pntroiK.
1 artien dpslrlng boarding nnd lodging enn
learn terms on inquiry nt tho olilro.
1'or S Tlin undersigned will a(H
v pnvfctn anii, Ui following do'crlbed
plOpurty Four work lmrtna. 'i ...l.
doublo Imrne.a. lun.lmna ' j
i ln.tlw,nu mhi:uii!i:, a
will enii ..i i - . firing 10 purchase
lJi J. 1 "L 'r.!e,M'"!'f t Eoht. Hri-
;r r aoo. Term.
;;;i ' "ineo on si
'"""i u i;oou securltv
Mr2Sdliii Mks. KATl
Tfyx TrhlUt,i' h in chare,, r
ami thn ' , ,ntr wlm Imving purchnscl
TT' '"V tohe nt-
P JriaS I U'" fftCt t,ml 1"' U
rtnihi It 5 ;T,lttrl,cU-i'r'-oi-,
t , .f,t.ieM''w'',,,,',,,''
Sews, of the city.
a A rpgulnr convocation of Delta
?SA LodSc, No. 008 V. & A. 31., will bo
hold this (Thursday) evening nt 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren invited to iittoml. By
order nfthaW. 31.
- .TH. SlI)lil)()N, tjcc'y, J. T,
JvKKi- Uool. Kcfrlgorators, Ico chests,
wfltor cooler.?, IX h Ico crenm frcosori,
bnlli tubs, 'jnpannKl cloth for window
screens, etc, 'etc., nt
HKEUWAHT, OIITH & VO.'fi,
myl8tf 13C Com. Avc.
Notick. On nnd nftor Monday, ilay
122d, tjho tneitt shops of Cairo will closo at
half pail ton 'o'clock' n.ra., daily, and re
main closed iintll tho next morning. They
will closo nt 9 o'clock n.m., on Sunday, and
will be opened nt 4 p.m., on Saturday
Dice. In Mound Ci(y,nt the rcstdenco
of O. F. Meyer, on "Wednesday momlng,
Charles August Meyer: Tho funorkl will
tnko placo from tho residonco of G. F.
Moycr, at 9 o'clock, n.m., Friday, 19th
inst. Tho tug Montauk will loavo Cairo
at 7 o'clock, n.m. Friends and aequaint
nnccs arc invited.
Omaua Lioai. Qirr XNTxr.rntsE.
This cnterprlso is gotten up in nid of ft
public city library nt Omaha. There nre
only 90,000 tickets in oil, ni ?2 each. Tim
day of distribution draws near. The Oma
hn'papori speak of it as a groat success, In
which conOdenco can bo. placed. Those
desiring to secure .tickets, should do so be
fore it is too Into. See ndvertlsoment In
Another column. It
2& Eewab. At n meeting of, the
Cairo Casino, held nt their ball on "Wed
nesday ovening, May 17, 1871, it was ro
solvcd to ofler a reward ot twenty-flve
dollars for tho recovery of tho body of
Mastor Carl Thomas, (son of Carl II.
Thomas, Esq,) drowned opposito this
city, on Friday, tbo 12lh inst.
Uy order of tho Society,
C'ahu or Thanks. The managers of
the Orphan Asylum desire to return their
thanks to Mr. James Kynaston, of tho
Fourth "Ward, for his exceedingly liberal
donations of moat for the Orphan chil
dren. For tho last fourteen months Mr.
Kynaston has supplied the Asylum with
nil the meat necessary, free of rharge.
Such generosity deserves And tcccivos our
hoartfelt grAtitudo, nnd shall hoi bo for
gotten. Exactly "Why. -Like tho Fourth of
July, the State nnd county delinquent tnx
list comes oiijy onco ft your, nnd like that
revered day, 'it "plnys linvoc" withnt least
ono edition of tho "ofllcial nowpnpor."
Having tho tax list for 1370'iiow in hand,
and directing ull our prlntiflcial energy to
,tho work of placing it in, type, we wero
unnbln to pay tho usual nttcnlion to tho
J!aK?r;i "Tli,firlail m oyer, however,
nnd to-morrow will bring us nround ni
Dm You Ever? "Xo, I never," pnw n
i m ! ...,.. i ii,;. I,
uniro coxy nniicompiein unr.icr miow nmu
that of Anthony Kschbu'ch, ori door bo-J
low Uio post ouicn. i no room mis ueen
newly papered, tho floor newly covered
nnd tho whole establishment put in flrst
cla order. Eschbach U ono of tho most
experienced, skillful nd accommodating
'barbers in tho State, employs courteous
nnd expert assistant?, and keeps just such
"o, jhop n cjjtizcnj and ctrangeij )'ll tnko
(i Folid satisfaction In patronizing.
' 1-'i,6atkk Founi Tho doad bpdy of a
negrdtdrck-hand was caught' In the Ohio
river yesterday, and brought to ahoro just
iWow" thu! St. Cluirles Hotel. A coro-m-r'sjiiry
wan 'emponnoled, nnd decided
thai deceased had most probably) came to
liis ilenth by nrcidoutal drowning. The
body liiiil ovidiintlyhccn in the wntrr eight
or ton ilu, ni it was much nwollon, nnd,
in n nieMHiirc, decayed. No )npers were
found Indicating deceased's name nnd
phicf ol' residence, thice dolliir.4 in cur
rency lining thn only ctrecU found about
tbo budW' i -.. '
Thn remniiM tveni given in cjinrgo'of
Mr. N. l'Vith.'who hurled them nt tho rx
ji'iiHi) of ihn county.
Takk Noticu. Time Taiilc ok nii!
Illinois Centhal IIailkoad. On nnd
nftyr Sunday, Mny 14th, 1871, the follow
ing tioie-tnbln will govern tho arrival nnd
departure of pwengor trains nt Cairo:
Depart Mutt train, dally, 11:45 p.m.
Kxprcs, daily,! 2:30 p.m.
Arrho Mull, dallv 3:30 n.m.
Kx press, ilally, except
Kunday !3:S0 p.m.
Although tho regular St. Louis train is
taken off both trains out of Cairo will have
through cant for St. l.onl.", which will be
tnkci: through from Du Quoin by the trains
on tho Enllcvillo road. Direct and. closo
connection will be mndo at Dn Quoin, nnd
there will bo rio change of cars from
Cairo to St. Louis, Tho train leaving
Cairo nt 11:15 p.m. will have n through
sleeping car for 'At. Louis. Tho nttnntion
of shippers is especially called to the fact
that n Fruit Express train will leavo
Cairo daily, Saturdays excepted, nnd will
make the run from this city'to Chicago In
JAS, JOHNSON, Agnnli
v.'Scu udviirtincment of D'r". 'BhttV Dispen
sary, headed Hooks for tho Million Mar
riage Ouldo in nnother column. H
MiouM be rend by nil. inyiulwly
ICE, ICE. v
IIi"ir, I.oomls A- Co. In the "rotn tlelrt ,
1 - 1
Tho icowngonsof HuseJiOomU & Co.wlll
commehco to deliver Ico nboul Uio city on
Monday, Mny 1st, nnd will contlnuo to
miiko dally rounds each morning .(8un'
days excopted) during tho prcfe'nt season.
Orders loft nt tho ofllco of tlio company,
cornor Ohio levee nnd Eighth alrcct, will
rocolvo prompt attention. Huso, Loom is
& Ob. ro also prcparcd.to fill all orders
tn Uio Floamboat and shipping trndo,,
u-r-The county Jail contains twelve pris
The probate Bido of th County Court,
Judge Dross presiding, is still in aossion.
Mon's Fino Seal Bkln, Oaitcri, and also
I'rlnco Alberts,' ni Elliott & Hay thorn'a.
A scrcnndlngHnd went "tho rounds"
Tujdaynlght,-regallng odr' clljiens with
most delightful music. "
Lndtcs' Sorgo (Polish) shoos French Kid,
foxod, at City Shoo Store; cornor of Com
mercial avenuo.fnd;EIhth Btrect. tf
A match earns of croquet, that ox-
cited a great deal of Interest, was played
in .Mound City yesterday. Tho young
ladies, we understand, played against tho
young nio'n, nnd beat them badly!
Oonla' Oxford Tie, Prince AlbeVU
And Opera Slippers, n't th 'City 'Shoo
Store," cornor of Commercial avenue nnd
Eighth street. tf
' rr-Thc. tickets In JMr. Vincent' lottery
arc going off rapidly. Everybody lias
conlldcnco in tho honesty of the sntcrpriso
and tho strict intogtity of tho gcntlemon
Alf Cutting is now encaced in tho
building of lour largo barges for St. Lou
is, und a large wharfboat for Capt. Phil
lips, of New Madrid. Alf Is a thorough
going fellow, nnd ought tolivo (in Cairo.
A gentleman in .tho vicinity of Cob
den has r.l ready told this soason $31C
worth of strawberries, from a patch era-
bracing leu than a quartor of nn aero of
ground. He expressa tho belief .that his
total tales during tho season will reach
$600 so wo aro informed.
Tho Initial number of Mr. Joel O.
Morgan' new paper, the Gallatin Gaztttt,
will probably make its appearance in a
fow days. Mr. Morgan deserves well of
the Democracy of Southern Illinois, and
wo 'hopo hfs party will now assure him;
that his labors re appreciated.
W&.nthony Eschbach present! now ono
of tho coziest and. best furnished barber
ahops in Egypt. Ho has recently given
it n thorough overhauling, and it now
ii n &U at eKaarful cleanliness that
Is in exact keeping with Eschbach't genial
mindcrtness nnd general good nature. Go
see him. h L
The bulk of slpe-wntcr west of Hid
custom liouso has not Incroased any dur
ing the past twenty-four hours.. Wo
watch it with considerable intoresl, since
its rise or decline regulates tho' volume of
Paducah wit and sarcasm, and has some-
thing to do-wlth tliO production of mos-
qultoc?. ' ,
-Tlio citizens of .Commerce, Missouri,
regard the construction of iV railroad
bridge ncross tho 3Iississlppi, at that
point, ps one of the certnintUs that nro to
ba developed ty tho early future In
conscquenco of this, tho "prospective
'value of corner lots In that burg has nd
vnnccd to 100 per foot.
The ran of Tuesday night, last week,
is pronounced pne of tho heaviest that
over fell in this country. Creeks wore
swollen, in an hour, to an angry bight,
foncos were swept away, bridges, culverts
and dams wore demolished, and a damage
"aggregating many thousand dollars, in
flicted on tho farming interests of South
ern Illinois In a singo hour.
Tho Suh expresses tho opinion that
tho report that General Logan will be the
orntor of tho day at .-Mound City on the
30th inst., is "too good to bo truo." 'Pooh I
Gov. Dougherty, Judgo Green or judgo
Drown would fill his placo", should he fail
to attend, full. Elthor of tho gentlemen
nnmod would make a morn cholarly ad
dress than Lognu c?. ..
During tho past fourteen months, Mr.
James Kynaston, . butcher, has supplied
tlio Cairo Orphan, Asylumn with fresh
meat, frco of charge. This, having beon
dnno quiotly und freely, forms a total of
unselilsh gonorosity that certainly enti
tles Mr. Kynaston to tho thanksof tbo
public, and tho esteem of nil those who
havo in their hearts a warm placo for tho
young and helpleia orphan. All honor,
eay we, to JJinmy Kynaston,
One of tho finest oakas wo havo over j
soon was presonteel toour friend Hagoy on
tho whnrf-boat by; Isaac Cooper, lork
of tho gay little James Fisk, Jr.. Mr.
Haey Intends to prosont it to th6 Episco
pal festival. It is made In the khapo of a
bo'tt ronpleto, in ,ovcry respect. You
tnty talk about Clerk's, but Ikd beats
th)m nil. He is a gentleman, a beautiful
mm, a fashlonablo man, and'ttho ladies
may hurrah for Cooper, tho.., king of the
A gontljjm'nn twho attended soVoral
of Madam T'errls ioancoij and night after
night heard the sam'o.'m'aolfcstatlons'says
Hint ono of two things is mprally "-certain,
via. : "That tho iplrits of Elchartl, Bell,
andltowt aro exceedingly stupid splrltf,
or Mrs. Ferris is 'an .nrrant humbug."
Sinco sho refusos to permit any investiga
tion into her "inystorlcs," nnd insists upon
dense darkness as a "condition" to every
thing sho does, tho gentleman is inclined,
as ! many olhors, to the latter opinion.
COUNT! COURT PItOCEEp,IN(JS.,
April CAlltd Term.
. ! April 27tli, 1871.
" There ,bolng ho quorum tho Gourt ad--
journcd until TitcsdfV, Mny 2d, 1871.
'Tuesday, Hay 2, 1671.
Court mot nursuotft to ndiournmont, nt
4 o'clock P. M. Present, Hon. F. Dross,
County .Judgo, Jatncs K. McCrllc, nnd S.
Marchildon. Associates, Jrtflob O. Lynch,
County Ciork, 1 Alexander H, iryin,
In tho matter of the Cniro and Vin-
cenncs Kail Koad, ,
It is ordered that' tho' Clerk of thU
Court notify tho directors of said Kail ,
lload. that this Court Will mako a subscrip
tion as voted for by the pcoplo of this
County to tho capital, stock of tho Cairo
and vinconnes Kail Jtoad in the sum of
ono hundred thousand dollars, in Alex
ander countv bonds, navablo in twenty
years from their date, bearing eight per
cent, interest per annum oh the following
conditions, to wit :
I. That said Kail Koad Company shall
commenca work pn,Mld Koad within six
ty uays irom.tnu uaio nnu snail prosecute
said work to completion with dispatch,
nnd without delay, and shall complete said
nau Jioau irom uairo to vinconne? witn
In two'ycart from this date. v
II. whenever sn4d Koad is completed
from Cairo to Mound City, and regular
trains run on said Koad, then this Court
will issue fifty thousand dollars of said
Bonds to said Kail Koad comtinhv tin dxi-i
livery to the County Court ol llfty tTioii
enhd dollars of paid up Stock in said Hail
III. "Whenever raid Kail Koad is com
pleted to Johnson: County, ten miles north
01 -Mounu Liny, nnu regular trains run
ning' thereon, then jthis Court will if sue
to laid Kail Koad company tho other fifty
thousand dollars In county bonds, on de
livery to said Court of fifty thousand dol
lars of paid up Stock in said Kail Koad.
binding on this County unless tho wholo
road from, Cairo to Vinconnes is comple
ted, and in the time specified, nnd no in
terest snail becomo uuo until this uourt
has amplo tlmo to nsscu tho property of
too county tnercol, nnd collect tuo same,
and order shall bo mado to that effect by
this Court, nnd shall bo .endorsed on laid
Bond; printed or.in writine.
"V. Said Stock hall bo paid up Stock
and not bo.llablo for any assessments made
Dy tuo company.
S. Marchildon dissenting nnd votinc
.against the above.. "Whereon tlio Court
aujuurneu attic nir. ,
lij order County Court.
J.G. LYNCH, Clerk.
City Marshal. Tho industry nnd fi
dolity of our City Marshal, Mr. Andrew
Cain, aro reoocnircd by orory body, ne
p'prforms his duty faithfully nnd consci
"Wo4 havo remarked thnt everybody
recognizes this fact : but wo beg pardon.
Tho City Council seems to overlook St.
Under existing ordinances tho Marshal's
compensation is fixed at $50 por month
Nobody protends to claim that this sum Is
a fair remuneration of tho cervices en
joined and performed ; and. Mr. Cain con
sented to becomo a'candidato for thooffico
on tho assuranco that tho salary would be
increased. During his term of service
this incrcaso cannot bo mado directly, but
it can, and ought to bo made, indirectly.
Mr. Cain earns nnd ought to bo paid $100
por mouth; but will bo satisfied wo under
stand if his pay js increased to $75. This
increaso can bo' mado iy .appointing him
to the position of Firo "Warden, and pay
ing him $25 per: month for discharging
tho duties of that ofllco. "Why tho bill for
nn ordinanco to that effect was defeated,
wo cannot aay. Cortalnly not because any
member of tho Council boHcvcd that tho
Marshal's salary was already .sufficient to
compensate the activo nnd fearless servi
ces Of such an officer ns ?lr. Cain has
shown himself. "We nro inclined to think
the measuro fell on its own merits, nnd not
through any desire of tho Council to de
prive Mr. Cain of n just nnd equitable
Wo hopo tho matter will ho rovlvcd
again immediately, nnd that, by tho pass
ago of nn ordinance, justico will bo done
ono of tho most olUcient officer that over
served the city.-
Ouk Luck. iTho New Orleans ond
Ohio, and the Mississippi rirer railroads
have been consolidsted, and will hereafter
bo known n tbo Memphis and Paducah
Railroad. It Is allcgod by those who claim
to know, that th4 consolidation hns boon
hastened, if not 'actually brought about,
by tho action of tho Alexnndor county
court. "While tho onrly completion of tlio
Cftiro nnd Vincenncs railroad seemed to
bo nssured tho Mississippi Klvor rnllrond
company lookodto Cairo ns tho most de
sirable point for tho northeastern terminus
of tli road. 'T,hd order of tho county
court) viitnting tho Aloxandor county
supscription to tho ('. & V. K."K. coupled
with tho failiiro ;of General llumside,
created tho impression that tho road
would not'bo built ,undor its.prcicnt man
agement, nnd probably not .nt nil. For
this reason, nnd tbo further reason that
Paducah promised n connection East via.
tho Paducah nnd Ellzab'etiitown road Im
mediately, and via. tho Paducah nnd VJn
conncj road ultfmntely-rtho 5l.lt. c6m
pany decided upon Paducah ns their
northeastern tcrialniu. .
Kkliaui.k as-d Safk. Dr. Hcnry'H
Root and Tlnt Pllls.nro mild nnd plctii
antjin thoir operation, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nnusoa or griping. Being en
tirely vonotablo. they can bo taken wlth-
duV regaril"Vd die't.or b'uslncss. Thoy
arouso tbo liver nnu eocretivo organs into
healthy action, throwing off dlscnso with
out'exhausting or debilitating tho sys
tem' Try them and you will bojmtlsfled.
Price 2&conU a box." Sold' by -druggists
and dealcVa In modiclne every whoro. Fro-
parod by tho Grafton Modicino Co., St.f
Louis, Mb. myuawum
Particular attention is called to tho la
dies', misses and children's colored shoes,
of which a very cholco and stylish stock
may bo found at the City Shoo Storo.
To Tliea tlio Atlrtitlotifnr llir lMili'.lto
tn Kcfinuy inviiril. ;
AUu'b. Tho barber shop of Wrn; Alba,
1 Commercial nvciiue, near UiqcVncf of
Eichth street, -is tlio placo to which nil
lovers of n goo.1, vlwo slmyo'wHh rnr-br
sharper than thp wit ol twenty Jcrrolds,
,wlnd their way. tf
Meatt. Tljo Drnncli mcutsliop of Jniiics
Kynaston, located on Commcrclnl nvenue,
noxt ioor to tho" grocery liloro of James
Carroll, is now in full blast, nnd this pop
ular butcher is supplying nil thn rofincd
meat caters of that portion of, tho Fourth
"Wnrd wIllf'Bplcndld. mont. If you llnvo
not trj(dhfinrj;ive him a call, t tf
Jlime't. lltme, tit tho old stand, on
Sixth Btrect, nenr Ohio levee, is conduct
ing I1L1 barber fhop In 11 flrtt-clns style.
It is n model establishment in every particular,-nnd
whllo in his charge all Its Cus
tomers will rceelvo oourtcoiu nttentlon,
nnd tho benefit of excellent workmnn.Oiip.
Hnlr cutting, haVing, shampooing, ele.
Corunr Wnoblnartnit Avtuito mill I'our-
Fred. Ula'.ikcriburg's saloon ii n6tvly
nnd elegantly fitted up nnd supplied with
tho finest wind, liquors, beer, cigar, etc.,
that can bo found in thu citv; nnd Fred.
hts no superior n a dispenser of delightful
beverages. Do not forget- tho place, cor
ner 14th street nnd "Washlngtotwnvonuc.
SUPPEK ASD STKAWHE'RItV FES
TIVAL. A etippcr'nnd ttrawberry fcstiynl will
bo given by the ladies of tho Kp!copal
church at Mr. Thorton's now building on
10th street on Thurtdny evening May
18th. Supper will bo served tit 7 o'clock.
Tho building has be6n leCuutJy restored
and placed upon u new nnd very secure
foundation. The room Is spacious nnd
cheerful, and will be plcnlalitly lilted up
for-tho occasion. Let every 0110 obtain
auppcrthero on Thursday night, ml nt
Tho houso heretofore occupied Jy Pat
rick TitzgOTnld, on Ohio Levco between
Fourth nnd Sixth street?. ThU houe. If
not tho liost busineve home I cortnlnly
onoofthobcst8tand( in Cairo. It fronts
tho principal stsumboat landing and is
near tho Illinois Central railroad depot.
Also the second floor of tho snlno building
suitably arranged forofllceJ. Apply noxt
dcor nt Kobcrt Smyth & Cot. whlenlo
grocery store. ' ' If
Alf liunNETT. Alf. Burnett tilled tho
Alhcncam again, hut night, fnjm "pit to
domo;"and a better plcasod audienco wo
never saw in Cairo. There ur'o, in Alfs
entertainments, such & fund of wit nnd
wisdom, such a store of good things, so
much that refreshes, rcfinti nnd human
izes the listener that one can fcarccly af
ford to stay nwny. "Wo n compare him
to iiobody thnt ovor lived or died. JIo is
simply Alf Burnet grand, .curious and
peculiar. II9 Is not only Incomparablo
as a humorist and "facial arlut," but ho is
a talented and most companionable gen
tleman. At ono time ho occupied tho
tho tripod. Ho did so most gracefully
anu'iuccosjsfullylhat wc shonht not be sur
prised to hear nt nny tlmo tint
ho hful resolved to return to
it. "With his roputntlon as n writer
and humorist, with his great per
sonal popularity and his cai, ho would
mako n "family weekly" fairly booml
But, onough. Good luck to him whether
ho figure ns editor, poet, showman, elocu
tionist, "Spivlns or "Preacher from
Hepsidam." lie it a good fellow, and wo
Xcir Custom ItOtlte, Cairo, UN.
Healed proposal will berrceltcdat tho otllceof
OiiaaBlnlanjA.il nf Ik. t I'llktntll II 1 1 A Bl t
Cairo, lllliiols. until 4 o'rlrok i.ia tlieiltli day
of Mav. 1671, (or fillitiK and gritding the Uiatom
Hoim illocl:. The iironoaaln to 1)0 made for the
cublo yard delivered, and trill bo meiuured after
nllinK vy tuq Bupcnmriiiiem or an Huviiuriji
ntrntit itml 11) tif.r cnut. of all rainen( to
Lu retained until completion of thn contract. The
earth required will U about 7, ruble yarda,
more or leis, and tlio llllinR 10 be completed on or
Mote II19 ISt nay 01 noieinwr, urai
inual be accomjianieu ny.a imu m iw-j rvimusi.
b!e rersonn in the auro of ono thouaand dollaitt
thai the bidder will w-!ept nnd perform the con.
Irat imarded to him.
'I'l.o Department reerrci the right to reject
any or nil theproioali4.
rropofals to be endorsed, "Proposal lor illinu
and (iradinij"aiid nildrencd 0, II. Seiuie.buper
Intendent of Custom House, Ctlro, Illirlola.
myiwot (1. ll.rJEABK,Kup'i.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS-
Q WINSTON A CO.,
(Succeisort to JohnQ. Harman & CO.,)
74, Second Floor. OHIO LEVEE
jtiuy and Soli Ileal Estate
'VRNIS1I ATIIACTS OK TITI.l
Proprietor of the
'BUIIiiVd Saloon' nnd Bar Room
100 Comuicrclal AveM
Cairo i - - - - Illinois
OA Ui'd A'5ijNAHH vTliLK
. ' . Tlir tj lonlK steamtf tl,,ro
on Hie .uy ami at tli.liour blownn3
TALISMAN, Kvcry Monday atfipju.;
TVltONKj Every Thursday, at & p.ui.J
LUilSDKN, Every Saturday, nl 0 p.m.-
For Freight orl'oiis'flgo'opply on board, or to
UIG-GS A MALLOllY,
Un'Tlifl , OHIO liRVB
CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
Tint Wailful and llnl draiiglit slramer
TAMES FISK JR
latei Cairo 011 at p.m., iuid l'adtttnh (laTIj
aljfl.tjl. JIbtIixJ aOfrrfor (v,i-flpn4UftH b'
oliclta pUbtlo palronijie. , ,
I'arllcular.'a'.Centiftn paid U oulleiiiou of ii-,
yoiee charxeo, biil'the tot nlljnot li taopoo
alb'pftr Ilia Kama until tolleoted.
AU'AIt4YMAK, M. PhysJ
, cian, Stlrgcou and Accemcheitr, lor
meily ol Anna, Union Co., llilnola, tias.pf rm
nently located in cfty, qPFICB Ceromxolrt.
Avenue, between Mli.and Wh 'ktreefa Wel 11e.
C TvT iHDXXiNO, Mr. pTiSe
IDK.N'CB-Coreei' Math ikI Wolaul
olTiCi:-Corner Hath tfilreal and OMo tsn
QPMCC HOUai-Krom 9 a.in. to 1J m aa
Wlf.LIA.lhtn. SMITH, M. I
felwen WahhlngtoVAtehn and Walaut Hti.
OKFCK- 126 Comeiclat Aience. upMrlri
HWABD.ER, M . !., Vrt
ItiaiDENCK-Conier of WloeUxuth at.,
and Wa.hliion tc.- lFKlCB-4n Commercial
avcoter the Po.toffl. OFFIIUC JOUKS-.
fiom lo.t an to li 111. 1 (Hnodajn exipld and.
from '1 to S p m.
A I. L EN . M I) I. K i: V A:
ATTOItXEVS tV COUXSELIORS AT
-William J. AllCM, ) ....
John II. Mulkrjr. J CAIMOi iM
l'articul.-u attention paid to rltir oixl .l wli.liy
Unite Hoonia 7 . H WlBKr Mlack.
ItF.EX V GILBERT,
ATTORNEYS ASD L'OUJi.HKI.ORM AT
William II. Urcen, )
William H. Ullherl, I (UIKO. ll.L.
Miles J. Ullberl, J .
ttpectnl attention Kiren to Admiralty aodauaiii
Oltln on Otla bavta. Kaaaaa 7 aaid K
orr City Sfatlaaal ISauk.
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
yyoOW AND COAL.
I- prepare! 10 tlftirer the beat
fire Wood & Stone Coal
in nny part of tho city, in an f(iantily deaitel,
nn abort notice.
Coal DcliTcrcd at $4 50 Per Tiu
OKKICK-Oier lleervarl, Orta Ca.' atora
atore, two doora abore the corner of Eighth trel.
and Commercial arenue. da tit
j QEORQ E STEINHOlsjE
Cor. 8th St. and Commercial nr..
IN THE PERRY HQVftE
Sharp Aurora. Clcaa Tawala aatl aklll
Ladiea'and Children's Hair Cat and flhimpooa!.
either at tneahop or
AT TIIEIR OWN HOMHfl.
Genllemen'a Whiskers and Hair Dyad la aacian
tIBc manner, nnd aatlafactlonguarapKad.
Doard and Tuition per nuraY flMi-
, HELLMUTH LADIES' -COLLEGE
inaiixurated by 11. It 11 I'rTuce Ariluiy. Moaril
and tution rerannnm, 9228. I'rtsMaai, tha Var
ltv. I. Jellmulh, 1. ) Dean of iHurea. Scr
rartlcnlara apply to Major Eraaa, LoadoBr Caaaalav
Vet. t .. ..
JOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
The Great Soothing Refuel
Mr.. ( Cures collo aid KrltklrMf'tflta,
IVIIlTtomi'S J in the Ixiwala, md'lZ l. U
Hrmp. 1 dilutes Ihe'procaes el. f cal.
( toetlilngt t . J.
Mn. f Eulidues corirulaienS"! FrUt.
TIllT(.'OJin' JiOndoTercomw alldbH.'! rU
Mm. . (. Curas diarrhea,
lVlllTCOHB'SJ tery andrumm.
Niruj). V plaint In childn
.v. . Vs. .
njrB. 1 rM iul-ivdiii. iii. 1 aai4.
It ii the irdt Infttnl aailiOhlhi-u' Baalklaa
lUmedy in all disorders bronjrlif Btar.TaaUJUjf
or any other cauat). Prenarad.by th. ... ..
Sold by Urucirlsts and Dealers la.Madlciaa
everywhere; t - u my7dtoi.
boots ANb HGia;:. ;
1 ' - -
WM,EHLEMB, . I'"V'"n'
1 t f ''
1 ; AArfmdir4- Lzrw
BOOT AHD SHOE Mma
Detwcen Washlakfote Ae Popliir St