Newspaper Page Text
THE CAIRO ZBTJXjXjZEjTIIN", J"U2STE lO
A ado Yn ah, nt. n., rhvsi
, clan, Surgeon and Accoucuour, lor-
lanrv nt Anna. Union .. Illinois, i"
nentlv loeved in eily. OFFICE-Commercirl
Avenue. Mween th and 9th Hireeta. We.l tide,
I IV. nCffNINO, JW . 1 Re.
J I DF.NCF. Corner Ninth nnd Walnut
FF1CE Corner fiixth Btreet and Ohio Levee
OFFICE IIOUIW From 9 a.ttf. to 11 In., and
WUAAkM.il. SMITH ,3f. I
HKrtlDKNCK No. 21, Thirteenth re
etween Washington Avenue and Walnut Street
OFKCK- 12A Comeiclal Avenue. i.rMrlrs
T IVARD.NER, Id. D.f Cairo
JUM-eKEHIDENCE-Corner of Nineteenth it.,
aval Washlgton T. OFFICE On Commercial
ae.,nvei the Poilofflco. OFFICE OUKS
rrom iua m to n m., (Hundaya excepted and
torn !toiira, ' '
MOUND CITY AKn'cAiwjr'"'
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Caw. William II. Hakuuhky.
FOUR TRIPS EVERY DAY
CAIBO jf.3ST3D IMIDD. CITY
root or rioMTN trairr.
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 r.M.
At 5 P.M.
Lkave Mr, City,
At oJO a.M.
At 11.30 A.M.
At '2.30 P.M.
At 0.30 i-.m.
WILL LAND. "WHKN HAILED,
BOX FACTORY, UAWJt'g LANIiINQ, KY.
XoUTn OF CACHE, MARINE WAY,
AKD NAVY YARD.
CAIKO and NASHVILLE PACKETS
' The following packet! leave Cairo
on the days and at lh ho-irs below.named i
Every Monday at 6 p.m. ;
Every Thursday, at 5 p.m.;
Every Saturday, at 6 p.m.
Kor Freight or Passage apply on board, or to
BIGGS & MALLORY,
anJTllfl 75 OHIO LEV EE.
CAIRO AND l'ADUCAII DAILY
. aTfc The beautiful and light-draught
JAMES FISK, JR.,
Doajti Hkedist, ................... Master,
LEAVES CAIRO DAILY,
, ill o'nufa, r.. ;
LEAVES PADUCAII DAILY,
it 1 o'ctoci,
SWIUving superior accommodation ike to
lielu public patronage.
Particular atten'lon Ii (.aid to col ection of
Invoice charters, but the lioal will not Iw rupoL
elite for the rim until cniteeted.
Ohio Levee, Between Olh Ac 8th Sts.
Opposite Main Steamboat Landing
Cairo - - Ills.
NEWLY FITTED AND FURNISHED.
TeraiM 93 Per Duy.
Watch kept for boats and traina night and day
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
OOD ANI COAL.
la piepared to deliver the beat
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
ia aay partf the city, in an quantity denied,
an ahort uotloe.
Coal Delivered at 14 60 Per To.
OFFICE Over Beerwart, Orth Co.'a atova
atof e, two doom above the corner ofJEightruatreet
and Commercial avenue.
Ath Street, bet Commercial and Wash'
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS.
Thu hnit. t,.a Viftan ihnrnuohlv overhauled, re
furnished and renovated, and la now open for the
recaption of guests. The rooms are all large and
Well ventilated, and furniture new. Watch kept
Blent and day, erme reasonable.
MRS OAFF.NEY, Proprletreea,
K. 1. IODWICK.
Corner Sixth and Walnut Streets,
(Entrance on Blxth 8'reet.)
OAKES, CADY k CO., Proprietors
go USE MOVING.
HOUSE ADD BUILDER
in prepared to do all kinds of
HOUflF. MOVING, HOUSE RAISING
Kspalilaf mt Breirjr Description
ffe the meat reasonable terms. Orders left at the
residence of Mr. Kennedy, on Cooler aireet, next
door to the new at hool building, or addreened to
the care 01 1. j 1101 or mo uniieun ,
wUl receive prompt attention.
Scbecl protnlacJ a big timo at 'Wash
ington Hall Garden to-morrow.
Flqvk. Choico Family Flour in bbl
linlf bbii., lacki &c, for talo at tbo Egyp
tian Mlll. au
The Hibernian Firo Company's on-ginc-bouio
hat been painted, and looks ns
bright as a new pin.
The Rough and Rcadys will Inaugurate
their new officers in their now mooting
hall noit Monday night.
Tho County Court's order for an elc-
Hon on tho Cairo and Vinccntics railroad
matter will bo iiaucd to-dav.
A littlo girl fttll Into County Clerk
Lynch'i cittern yesterday evening and
was nearly drowned. Sho was rescued by
Henry Hal I Id ny and Drnyman McNulty.
Who is it that docs nat like smoking
hot biscuits for breakfast? The Fame
Cook stove will bakothem in Ave minutes
time by the watch. tf
Flour is becoming more popular than
it was last week. More people nro after
it. Eleven hundred and forty-nine bar
rels were told in thrvc days, ending Mon
day noon, last.
Hilly Hambloton, well known hero,
has returnod to the city from Now Orleans .
He says three-fourths of that city is under
water, and be came back to Cairo in search
of a dry spot and to enjoy pleasant weather.
Judge Iiross will vote to direct the
County Court to lnuo the bonds asked for
by the Cairo and Vinccnnes Railroad
Company. Ho is very anxious to have
the road built, and now believes this is a
step and a long one, too in the direction
of the proeurcmont of its carl; completion.
Thel'aducah Kentuckian says : "Cairo
has an ordinunco under consideration,
forcing tho citizens to take the bells off
their cows and keep the nnimala up during
tho night. They might put the bells on
their editors for they are a 'lost' set of feh
lows and it might lead to their being
Smallenberg, the prince of gardeners,
astonished us yesterday by the present of
tho largest head of early. cabbage we ever
saw. In his note, Smallenborg says he
sent it as a specimen of what can bo raised
in Cairo ncll. We have no. hesitation in
saying that the cabbage, of which we arc
speaking, is bead and shoulders above any
other cabbage of its kind in tho Union.
The Rev. Mr. Shores informed a for
mer friend of his, a couple of weeks ago,
that he, (the former lrlend) was a thief.
The former friend nursed his wrath for
two weeks, and then had the Rev. Shores
arrested for using language likely to pro
voke a breach of the peace. The trial will
take pluce this morning at 8 o'clock, be
fore 'aqulre Iiross. Munn will appear for
Shores, and Lincgar, as tho "Sub." of l'opot
will mildly prosecute.
Tho intelligent and appreciativoyoung
gentleman who clerks for Mr. H. Meyer,
tho cigar nnd tobacco man, sent Iiie
Weekly Bulletin, ot Juno 1st, contain-
ng our elaborate notico of Cairo, to the
Emperor William, Uismark, Von Moltko
the Crown Prince, and other German Gen
erals. Wo have no doubt William will
abandon his throne when ho has read The
Bulletin, eschew monarchial notions,
and come to Cairo.
Pat. Fitzgerald, at his Sample Rooms,
corner of Commercial avenue and Four
teenth street, is still selling all kinds of
most excellent liquors. He has Just rc
ceivotl an excellent quality of Escrow
"Whisky, which he invites all.fricnds of our
railroad enterprise to call and taste. It is de
licious. If tho railroad commiltco use this
liquor as an argument, Pat is suro tho
Court will At onco melt into compliance
with tho wishes of tho people. Don't for
get to take ft drop or two of Fitzgorald's
At ft meeting of tho Cairo Casino,
held at their hall, on tho evening of the
7tn inst the following officers wero
President H. Meyers;
Vice-President A. Eschbach ;
Secretary Carl L. Thomas j
Cor. Secretary II. Dinkelj
Troasurer Daniel Heihlj
Board of Directors F. M. Stockfleth,
John School and Louis Herbert.
I do not blow as other barbers do,
Nor keep my raiots like King Williams nwotd
Because hia aword, as all must know,
Though handled well, wan rough.
I Uocp my rainrs aharp and keen,
And Cupa and Towels alwayaclean.
Perfumery, too, of all the brands,
That's made In this or foreigh land.
Then forclean ahavlnn please to op
AT UANIBU LAMPHEHT'B 1IARI1EII HIIOP.
Oh Ohio l.evec, ai 111,
Is where such work ia neatly done.
Reliable and Safe. Dr. Henry's
Root and Plant Pills aro mild and pleas
ant In their operation, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping, ucmg en
tircly vogetablo, thoy can bo taken with
out regard to diet or business. incy
arouso the liver and secretive organs into
hoaltby action, throwing oft disoaso with
out exhausting or debilitating tho sys
tern. Try them and you will bo satisfied
Prico 20 cents a box. Sold by druggists
and dealers In medictno ovorvwhoro. Pro-
parod by tho Grafton Medlcino Co., St.
IjOUIS, Mo. myDdwum
True. Thoro can bo no
Baugh is, par excellence, tho
.hoemaker of Cairo. Ho challenges com
petition in hi. trade, and msures'tho pub
lie that ho will guarantee to his customers
.amotion. Il WW 'R "
near tho rornpr of Ohio Lovoo.
NEWS OF THE CITY.
, (, t.
. -V'SZ'SrZZZt v. V -w ---..vi- nioomiiiKtfU,(;hrfin",Hii.lallp'.niiionli,uorili.
SL.'T'V t JOiilJ. 'V'. ' --to-'onTlJIc'. "Included in portant feature in the family economy; lu"!!1' f,;;,h:ub..Hn.,',J,l!',,',,i"l I
A Novel atiiKKeatlon The) Nnmber of
I'o. acr 111 the tlty
Tho hog ordinnnco excitement has not
yet subsided, nnd soveral soro headed
swlno owners prevalently abuse tho coun-
ell for determining that everyjman must
leeu ins own nogs, une 01 tnese, writing
under u female noit de plumt, mnkes tho
following novel suggestion:
Editor llulletln !
Can wo not niako a compromiso with
our City Fathers in regard to tho hog or
dinance? Supposo owners of hogs wero
required to put a collar on each hog and
assess 11 certain tax to bo paid by tho own
er tho City Marshal to furnish tho tag!
and register tho samo (of course at the ex
pensooftho party registering.) People
that own dogs aro compelled to do it, wny
not for any other animal ? "Yours.
A tAggcd hog would bo a novolty, but
the labor of tagging all that aro owned In
Cairo would not bo great. According to
tho City Asscssors's book, thoro aro only
73 hogs owned within tho corporate lim
its, and of this number 49 aro as follows:
Wro. Martin flftcon.
Henry Winter fifteen.
KochlcrA; Bro -nine.
Timothy O'Callahan Ave.
Geo. Yocum five.
This leaves twenty-four taxed hogs bo
longing to other cltiznes than those named,
but these aro tho only persons In tho city
who own each live hogs and more.
To whom, then, docs tbo largo number
of hogs that wander about our streets be
long? When tho Assessor is going lis
roundi nobody owns them, and when tlioy
die and must be carted out of tho town
they have no owner arc, in short,disowned
porkers, friendlcts and forlorn.
Looking at tho suggestion of "Opheliu"
with these facts bsforo us, wo aro incllncti
to believe it rises to the highth of the most
ablehog statesmanship, and think It should
receive prayerful consideration from the
Council. Adopt it, and put a bell or tag
on every hog running at largo on which
taxes have been paid, providing, at the
samo time, that an untagged or unboiled
hog caught in the street after six o'clock
in the morning shall bo confiscated and
become tho property of tho police, and, our
word for it, taxes will be collected from a
thousand hogs, or Chief of Police Myers
will, within ten days after the ordinance
goes into effect, have all the loose untaxed
porkers penned, and be industriously en
gaged in preparing them for sa!e to Wood
& Boyle, the pork packers. As our friend
Shorts says: "This is a happy thought."
Police Court. Sheehan nnd Cain
mado 11 large number of arrests, and
'Squire Bross meted out punishment to
the offenders with a liberal band. Par
ticulars, as Dogberry would say, "would
A MAGNiriCK.sr Drive The kindness
of a friend, who is fortunate enough to bo
able to rido when not disposed to walk,
permitted us to enjoy tho luxury of u drive
along tho Mississippi Icveo last evening.
And it was a real luxury. Fow cities on
this continent can boast of such 11 drive.
Starting from, say the corner of Fourth
street and Washington avenue, continuing
along tho nvenue out by Smallonbcrg's,
until you ascend tho Mississippi lovee, and
thence buck to tho initial point ; this, rc
romombor, about an hour beforo twilight,
when our southern breezes are
strongest nnd coolest, and when tho at
mosphere isbracing and invigorating, and
ono has an hour's enjoyment in Cairo
which to bo appreciated must be experi
enced. Every family should enjoy it.
Young and old should patronize it, and
Col. Taylor recognizing the desiro of the
people to have a drive, has again thrown
it open to tho public.
Great Excitement. Tbo city has
been agitated during the past week on tho
subject of tho excollent bt. Louis iieer,
Weiss Beer, Rhino "Wine, and splendid
cigars for sale at Charley Schoncmoycr's
saloon. His Weiss Beer is becoming a
popular drink bis Rhino Wino is the
best in tho city, his St. Louis Beer
always ice cool. Tho Egyptian Saloon is
located at tuo corner 01 lentn street ana
Washincton iivenuo. whero all lovers of
good things to drink should call.
II elm hold's Extract Sarsaparilla is tho
Great Blood Purifier j thoroughly cloanscs
and renovates the entire system, and read
ily enters into tho circulation of tho
blood; aftor purging with HELM-
HOLD'S GRAPE PILLS, tho foul Hu
mors that havo accumulated in tho system
for years. Both aro carefully prepared
according to tho rules of Pharmany nnd
Chemistry, and aro thoroughly reliable.
A test of 20 years has proved this. Try
Foil Sai.k. Tho etorc-houso on tho cor
ner of Tenth and Walnut streets, and also
tho stock of groceries therein, aro offered
for ialo together or separately. Also, n
good buggy and harness will bo sold on
privato terms. Apply for particulars on
tho premises. HEa. r. tunuu).
St. Nicholas. Day boarders can sv
euro good accommodations at the St. Nich
olas (forraorly tho St. James) at i per
week. The house is at tho corner or unio
lovoo and Eighth street, a contral location,
and Is proprlctored by Hurty WolKer,
who is alivo to tho wants of bis patrons
Partlos desiring boarding ond lodging can
learn torms on inquiry at tho omco.
A vaunt, Iniiiqkstion. Tho Charter
Oak Stovo ia tho most interesting and im
portant fcaturo in tho fumlly economy
- "r 11 "V ' u, I u that
- 0 1 ' ? ZVL it
for it illls tho house witli warmin uio iu
. .....1 tn.Hnrsillile tni'iik that
ZZ'". VT lU.omfort and
' " ' ur,
tf fltoalisf Ht ion.
"THE GLORIOUS FOURTH."
CKLKItllATION RY TIIR HOUOH AND
11KAIIV 1'JHF. I'OJirANV.
tiritnd IMrnlc to he rJlvrts In
Cirnvea of Kentucky.
Tho Rough and Ready Firo Company
aro making arrangements to eclobrato tho
coming annivorsary of tho Fourth of July
by a grand picnic on tho Kontucky shore,
nearly opposiro Galighcr's mill. A string
band will bo in attondanco and a floor
laid for tho convenience of dancers.
Every means will bo taken to mako tho
occasion a Joyous ono long to bo remem
bered. Wo aro suro tho Rouhs will bo liberally
patronized by our citizens. They havo
built a house and fitted up n hall which
nro it credet to tho city, and havo expend
ed ft great deal of money. That the pcoplo
will draw their wallets and "shell out"
liberally, as tho boys say, wo havo no
To llieae the) Attention of the Pulille
la Kapeclftlly Invited.
Alba't. The barber shop of Win. Alba,
on Commercial avenue, near tho corner of
Eighth street, is tho place to which all
lovers of a good, closo shave with razors
sharper than the wit of twenty Jcrroldj,
wind their way. tf
Mtatt. Tho Dranch meat shop of James
Kynaston, located on Commercial avenue,
next door to tho grocery store of James
Carroll, is now in full blast, and this pop
ular butcher is supplying all tho refined
insmt enters of that portion of tho Fourth
Ward with splendid meat. If you hnvo
not tried him glvo him a call. tf
Hime's. Himc, at tho old stand, on
Sixth street, near Ohio levee, is conduct
ing his barber shop in a first-class style.
It is 11 model establishment in every par
ticular, and whilo in his charge all its cus
tomers will receive courteous attention,
and tho benefit of excellent workmanhlp.
Hair cutting, shaving, shampooing, etc.
Corner Witshlntrton Avenne and Fonr
Fred. Bla.ikenburg's saloon "is newly
And elegantly fitted up nnd supplied with
tho finest wines, liquors, beer, cigars, etc.,
that can bo found in tho city ; and Fred,
has no superior as a dispenser of delightful
beverages. Do not forget tho p'lace, cor
ner 14th street and Washington avenue.
- .. 1 .1.... 1 1.
The house heretofore occupied by Pat
rick Fitzgerald, on Ohio Loveo between
Fourth and Sixth streets. This house, if
not the best business bouse is certainly
one of the hest stands in Cairo. It fronts
the principal steamboat landing and is
near the Illinois Central railroad depot.
Also the second floor of tho samo building
suitably arranged for offices. Apply next
dcor at Robert Smyth & Co's. wholesale
grocery store. tf
TAKE .NOTICE. TMK TABLE OF THE
LLiNois Central Railroad. On and
after Sunday, May 14th, 1871, tho follow
ing timc-tablo will govern tho arrival nnd
departuro of passenger trains nt Cairo:
Depart Mail train, dally, 11:45 p.m.
Express, daily, 2:45 p.m
slrrtce Mail, dallv 3:30 a.m.
Express, uVilv, except
Sunday 3.30 p.m.
Although the regular St. Louis train is
taken off both trains out of Cairo will havo
through cars for St. Louis, which will bo
takeu through from Du Quoin by tho trains
on the Bollovillo road. Direct nnd closo
connection will be made at Du Quoin, and
there will bo no change of cars from
Cairo to St. Louis. Tbo train leavini
Cairo at 11:45 p.m will havo a throug
sleeping car for St. Louis. Tho attention
of shippers is espccislly called to tho fact
that u Fruit Express train will leuvo
Cairo daily, Saturdays excepted, and will
make tho run from this city to Chicago in
JAS. JOHNSON Agent.
Did You Ever? ''No, I nover," saw a
moro cozy and complete barber shop than
that of Anthony Kschbach, ono door be
low tho post office. Tho room has been
nowlypapored, tho floor nowly coverod
and tho wholo establishment put in first
class order. Eschbach is ono of tho most
experienced, skillful and accommodating
barbers in tho State, employs courteous
nnd export assistants, and keeps lust such
a shop as citizens and strangers will take
solid satisfaction in patronizing.
A CiniK Guaranteed. Kress' Fovcr
Tonic is universally recognized as tho best
medicine extant for tho curso ot lovors.
It is for salo by P. G. Schuh, druggist,
two doors south of tho postofllce, and ho
guarantees all who buy from him that it
will euro chills and fevers. If it doos not
euro Mr. Schuh agrees to roturn tho
money. Can anything bo fairer than
The Fenton Corn Mill. This estab
lishment, corner of Commercial avenuo
and Twentloth street, is now in chargo of
Mr. M. D. Gunter, who having purchased
and thoroughly refitted it, invltos tho at
tention of the public to tho fact mat no is
now prepared to furnish dealers and faml-
una with thn vnrv boat article orcorn mciii.
urdora lott at tuo nun or ecu uituukh uu
. - V . . ... a. l . ..a, l.
postofllce win rcccivo prompt imenuon.
Kkkv Cool. Koirlgerators, Ico chests
water coolurs. I X L ico cream froozors
bath tubs, japanned cloth for window
screens, etc., etc., at
BEERWART, ORTH & CO.'S,
myl8tf 13 Com. Avo.
At WnahlnRtnn Hall (lerifen on Hun
tiny Afieinnfiii nnd KvenliiK.
Thoro will be a grand sacred concert at
Washington Hall Garden, on Sunday
afternoon, commencing at 3 o'clock, and
also in tho evening nt 8 o'clock, when
Prof. Burgchardt's will exhibit for tho
delectations of young and old his wonder
ful marionettes and automatons. Tho pub
lic aro invited. No charge.
A Correction. "Wo willingly givo
placo to the following noto from tho Cairo
Box and Basket Company contradicting
tho roport that their establishment had
been on firo :
C.tiao, 111., June 1, 1871.
Messrs. J. II. Oiierly & Co.,
Gentlemen: Wo noticed in a recent
issue of tho Bulletin a statement to tho
effect that tho buildings of tho Cairo Box
and Basket Co. wore or had been discov
ered on fire, and but for tho timely prcs
onco of some of the employes would have
been burned down, Ac.
We would request you to correct the
statement made, as thcro has been no fire,
except in its proper place, or an alarm of
nro about tho Idclory sinco it was orocieu
C. B. & B. Co.
CAIRO AND FULTON R. R.
Bright Proapert for lie F.nrly Com.
Tho Littlo Rock State Gazette, of tho
Cth inst., says "tho prospects for tho early
completion of the Cairo and Fulton Rail
road contlnuo to brighten. Tho grading
from tho present terminus (twenty miles
out) to Littlo Red River a distance of
fifty miles is about complotcd, and the
tics are out for two-thirds of that dislauco.
One thousand tons of iron havo arrived
hero during tbo past ten days, and there
is more en route. Tho contract for com
pleting tho road from Littlo Red Rivor
to tho Missouri lino has recently been let
to Messrs. Mandovillo & Allen, of St.
Loui, who aro also the contractors on the
Iron Mountain road. They will push it
through as rapidly as possible, in order to
glvo us connection with St. Louis. At
the point where the Cairo and Fulton and
Iron Mountain roads form a junction, the
Cairo and Fulton trill branch of to Cairo
Tho connection with the Iron .Mountain is
to bo made beforo the building of tbo Cairo
branch. Mr. Thomas H. Allen, who owns
tho franchises of this branch, is to con
struct it alo nt an early day. All tho
troubles that wero lately oxpcrlcnc&l havo
been arranged, and everything moves
smoothly. Wo wish wo could say as much
for tho Fort Smith road."
Tkvavih. The most irritable and rest
less of these tendor littlo household buds,
nro charmed a it wero In oulct and sweet
repose by using Mrs. Wlntcomb a Syrup.
Marriage Guide. Interesting work,
numerous engravings, 224 page Prico
60 cents. Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Loui?,
Mo. See Advertisement.
Hamilton's Buchu and Dandelion, as
cood an artlclo as Hclmbold's Buchu and
fnf teas inonev. for sale at P. G. Schuh's
drug store. uiy'JItf
First Peeches. On last Monday Mr.
Harnish shipped to Chicago from Villa
Ridge 11 crato of peaches tho first of tho
Steamer Illinois, Columbus.
Jns.Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Idlewild, EvansvlUe.
" Potomac, Now Orloans.
" Honry Amos, St. Louis.
Champion, St. Louis.
" Colorado, St. Louis.
" John Lunisdon, Nashville.
" Quickstep, Evansvillo.
Steamer Illinois, Columbus
Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Idlowild, Evansville.
" Potomac, Cincinnati.
' Honry Amos, Now Orlouns.
" Champion, Cincinnati.
" Colorado, Vicksburg.
" John Lumsdcn, Nashville.
" Quickstep, Evansvillo.
Tho Republic and Richmond aro laid
-Tho Honry Ames was aground 12
hours nt Hat Island.
-Tho Katio lenves Now Orleans for
St. Louis to-morrow.
.-Cunt. J. M. Phillip left yesterday for
Missouri to attend n protracted prayer-
meeting, nr.d visit Ills friends. Ho will
roturn on Monday.
Tho Natchez carried 117.110 bales cot
ton from Vicksburg, and points below to
New Orleans, from .Sept. 1st, 1S70 to Juno
1st, this year. Her lurgcst cargo was
Tho river fell 0 inches during tho
past 24 hours. Weather nearly clear.
Business dull. Mississippi still stationary
at St. Louis. .Missouri is overnowing in
banks; upper Mississippi falling; Illinois
about stationary. Tho umo is laiung witn
18 Inchos at Pittsburg, 8 feet and 0 inchot
at Cincinnati, stationary at Louisville
with 2 foet and 0 inches in tho chuto, 1
feot and 0 Inches in tho canal.
GIH hJIOnsL BUNK
Capital - - $100,000
W. P. IIAI.MDAY, President!
A. B. SAKKOIID, Caahleri
WALTKIlnvsLOP, Aaalatant Cashier
Ueo. II. nilllamvia,
A. II. SalToril.
W. I. Ilalllday,
Until. II. Ciinnlnnhara
Exchange, Coin mid
V. H. Itontl llouglit
A G EN F.RAI. It A ?J K 1 ?i (i III'SIS I.Ht.
flBST N1TI0NAL BANK
HANI EI, IlUim, I'real.lonn
KllltKKT W. MII.Lt:it, Vlcc-l'ren.t
O. .. HCdllKS, Cnaliler.
Collections Promptly Made
CxcIiutiKc, Coin, Hank Xotcn
and Unit oil .States Sccurl
Ucn ISoiikIiI anil
Interest Allowed on Time Deposits.
Chartered March III. ISO!)
City National Hunk
A. II. S AFFORD, President:
H. H. TAYI.OIt, VIce-l'reMilent;
W. IIYSLOr, Secretary nnd Treasurer.
P. W.IIARCI.AY, OHAH. flAI.I'IHF,!!,
K. M. HTOCKKI.ETH, PAULO. SCHUH.
K . CUNNISr.UAM. W. l'.'II ALI.IDAY,
j. m. wiu.urs.
Devoattaof any Amount llect'lveil from
icn Lcnn upwartu.
Interest paid on drpoeit nt the rate of fi per cent,
ier annum March lt anil Cent. 1M.
Interest not withdrawn is added immediately to
:ne principal 01 imp deposits, tiicreny giving iiiem
Harried Women and Children
May dopoU money n that
NOONK KL.HK. CAN UHAW IT.
ocn every bunineix day from a a.m. to a p.m.
nd" Saturday evening lor H.WINO DEl'OdlTS
nly, fmm i, to 80
W. H7SI.0P. Treasurer
LATH AND LUMBER
Between Commercial and WAsh
AkcuIm for Rock River Paper
company's Nueatlinig ! cit and
II.1V. John's Improved Hoofs
ns; always) on linnd.
oiiio t,evi:i:, CAIRO.
FULTON Ac SO.VS, - - ProprlPtors.
Are Nov In Full Onrrnllun.
Mers. Fultnn 4 Sons aro prepared lo fiirnit
all kinds of Flour of thn best quality, and also
M.ll Feed of all kinds, Oraham Flour, In sacks
or In less quantity, made from the best While
CJEOUCs'E NTIIINIEO VSV.
FASHION A RLE BAHUER
Cor. 8lh SI. und Coiiinicrflal nv.,
IN Till! PKWHY IIOIINU
Nharn tla"r Clean Towels null Skill.
Ladies' and Children's Hair Cut and Shampoonitl
either ut tun alropur
AT T1IEIU OWii linMie
nen'"' tlfta mDnr, an'
DOOR A H
1 1,1 ni n ills
KlUto of Mieliaol lilnnnn. ,!.. ...1
tiJl1 ".""'""'""''l having "n vpoln'ed Ej.l
Hr if,1 of UJ unty of Alexander, andl
ihA'J1 D0"' deeea.e.1, hereby xlveinotlcel
i o i, u V;, i'.rviT.,:.,'ar; nue in uairo, at
Hi Jul) term, on the 3d Monday In July nevl at I
. ..,iU mV phuii 'j'iieu till
tii a L n ImrriAil a r.tn.tn it.- . I
....nu u.n.v IIITIll 'J UH'ie
Dated Ihi Jrth d ly of May, A. D. MTl.
jelwCt JOHN CROWLKV, Ex,
State of Illinois Alexander County, si, Alexander I
uuiiiiiy circuit uourt,
Samuel Stnata Taylor and Edwin 1'araon,, Trut.
tees or inn uairo uuy j-fopeny vs. i nomas a.
Wh. lull to enforce, Vendor s Lien.
Public notice. I, hereby riven that in psr'iuan-e
9f ilM-ren entered of record In the above enti
tled cau.o In raid court on the third day of March,
A. I), ISTI, I, John (. iiarman, jiaaierin -nan-cery
for raid court, will, on Friday, the 30th day
or June. inii. at inn nnuroi iuociock. a.m. oi
aaiii ilny, sell at public auction to ino nignr.t i
olrl'lrr.ior eaih. at the dcor of tho Court Home.
in the city or Cairo, In xaid county, tho followljr. I
leaerllieii real e.tate, mtuate lti the county or I
lexamur and HUlo ot Illinois, to-vrlti LOW
nimliered seten (Tl and eight (8) In block num
bered twenty .four i alio all that portion ol lot
iiiuim'j) in mi I l.lo:k nnmhf red twenty-four (21)
tw,lvo ilJ. CeMflx (81 inches wldo and 60 fifty
fect long nliiii ting nml Joining upon raid lota num
bered seven ill h-iiI eight (') together with all the
right., of way and pt saju to 7ih street in the city
ol Cairo, Illn.ni, i-vcr and upon that portion ot
aid lot munliereil nine (0) lying and being bo-,
tween that ortionof same lot conveyed by com
plainant In deffiidant and lot numbered ten in
eaU block numbered lucnty fourUI), thaportlen
oflot numbered nino f9J conveyed arorcsald
belns formi'cl bra il i virion ofe.il J lot lonnltml I.
nally and extending from aoventh street in naid
City ol Ciiro to tho soiithcastwardly line of said
lot numlieicd icvcn iT) produced southwesterly
nil ot said lands .lln.no In Hie city nf Cairo, county
of Alexander and fctalo of Illinois, together witu
an anu singular tun tenements anil iiercuiinmcni ,
inereunio neiongins, ueen oi conveyance wi. i
be executed lo the imr. baser on the day of ssle.l
JOH.NC(. HAllMAN, Maater In Chancery
Cairo, Ills., June 7th, 1671.
State of Illinois, Alexander County, t. Alexan
der County Circuit Court.
Samuel Staat, T.n lor and Edwin larons. Trus
ters of the Cairo Cdv Pronertv. v. Thamai H.
Kill, and Willnatn II. Merredith. 11111 to en. I
lorn! rnder l.tua.
Public notice s liereby given that In pursnanct,
ol a decree, entered uf record in tho above enti
tled cause in saldeourt on the third day of Mttrtli. I
A.D.1S7I. I. JohniMlarman. Master in Chan-1
eery for said court, will, on Friday, the aoih.1
day of June, A. D. IsTl.at the hour ol 12 o'clock I
m.. oi sain nay sen ni piioim auction to ino iiign i
i. Imliler. fur i ali. at the door of the Court I
House, in the city of Cairn, in said county tnr I
loiluwing ticrribeii rem estate situate in tnei i
county or .McXJinuer ami riateot Illinois, io-wiii
Lots nuniberril live (51 six 101 and seven (71 in
block numbered hree (3) in tho first addition to
the cllvurt'nlro in the county of Alexander nnd
Mute of Illinois, together with all and singular I
the tenements' and iHvenitamcnts tnercunto i
lunging. (A deed ol conveyanco will bo executed
to the piircha.eronthedaj of sale.
JOHN i;. IIAItM AN, Master In Chancery.
(Mlro, UN., June7lli, IfTl.
Slate o Illinois, Alexander County, .
nirenii ('jinn of Alexander County,
Saimiol Staals Taylor and Edwin rarsonn, 1
tees ot Urn Cairo City Property, vs.Thoma
Ellis and Henry II. Kills. Hill to enforce 1
I'nl.lifi nniieels hereby oiven that in nurslianco
ol n decree entered of record In the above enti
tled cause In s.ud court on the tnira aay ouiarcn,
A. I'. Ib71, 1, John Q. Iiarman, Master in Chan
cery for said court, will, on Friday, the 30th day
nr June, A. D. 1871, at the hour of 11 o'clock a.m.
of said day, sell at ptil.Uo auction to the highest
lililder. for cash, at the door ol tho Court House,
In the, city tit I'niro. In said countV the foUowim
described real estato aituate in tbo county uf
Alexander nnn ciaio oi Illinois io-wii: i.on
nnmliere.l (si eluht. CJ1 nine. (101 ten-1 111 eleven.
and 12 twelve in block numrered three 3) in the
tlrst addition lo the city of Cairo In the county of
Al.f .in lee nm I Shiln nt Illinois, together witli all
and singular the tenements nnd hereditaments
thereuntil belonging. A deed of conveyance
will be executed to the purchaser on the day of
JOHN ij MAHMAN. Mater in Clianct ry.
C.tiro, Ilia., Juno 7th, 1I.
Ire Prepared lo Supply Customers
with tho Host qualify of
Orilcra Icn nt Ilndlltlay Broi. OfHce,
No. 70 Ohio Levee, or nt the Coal
Yartl below the St. Charles Ho
tel, will Kecelva Prompt
The Tug "Montauk" will bring Coal alongside,
learners at any hour, day or night.
(.Calm. Oct. 'iSth. 1870. tt
QARL I.. TIIOHAS,
la prepared o do all kinds of
IN THE PERRY HOUSE,
CO UN I! It COM M KCIAI. A VK. UE ANlt
I.lVKIII'd"! . KW 10IIK AMI PHILADELPHIA
Under contract with the United States and British
(loverniiienta for carrying the, mailt.
For Passage Tickets, or further inff rmation
pply lo JOHN O, DALE, Agent, IS Hrsadway.
New Voik, orto fi. 1IO CIT,
210 Washington avenue, Cairo, Ilia.
TICKETS FOR SALE
ttfN Cafclf I
i ih ao.
1IELLM1JTII rADIIiS: CQLLlrOsln I
aw' ' ,1 wayiivajmo x ii. , ii. ruiia iinct, Kl
.4..- Wto. ' I Wn.rtl 'and Ttliil. nee ansiim ''" I