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Tiki Notice-Time Tatile or tiik
uihoii Cixtiul Railroad. On and
ttltt Sunday, May 14th, 1871, tbo follow
ing Une-Uble will govern the arrival nnd
dtptrturt of ptmngsr U,m at Cairo:
Depart Mail train, daily,- 11:45 p.m.
xprru, daily,.'. 2:45 p.m
Arrin Mail, dailv 3:80 a.m.
Expreii, 3iily, except
Sanday 3.30 pjn.
Allkonjh the regular St. Louis train is
Uk off both tnici out of Cairo will have
tLneghcan for St. Louif, whicb will bo
Uler ihroaghfrom DuQuoin by the trains
oa tie Belleville road. Direct nnd close
eoattciicn will be made at I)u Quoin, nnd
tir will b no change of cars from
Cairo to St. Louif. Tho train leaving
Cairo it 11:45 p.m will havo a through
ilplaj ear for St. Loui. The nttention
c! liipptn li eipeciilly called to tho fact
tlt i Prait Expren train will leave
Cairo diily, Saturday! excepted, and will
die tie rnn from this city to Chicago in
J AS. JOHNSON Agent.
(JUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
SI LoriSlAClnTlLLE, Cl.VCIKNATI, Chi
cago, Ntw York, Rosto.v,
POINTS EAT AND WEST.
htfi;uurit.t wd Ifate Cairo ni fol.
-- 3,30 I' m.
a. tf ti wut it CntrlU with tram on tne
tvZ"i' fc!s','tt'. I"J I'ao, I.a fiaV.e,
W yrSt a 111. MiMuuri,
"'""JU, Wiotln and
Van mtiior ..J t-
SiSi trteM, Iwoui.ville,
Luit" ltajlup Cwlumbu..
iS? y,K,t. Port W.yn
, CtKarKjulrol. (or
'hit, 0 .!, Imnkirk.
o'ri,. fe."8- ;n.iu;iei.hia,
yt I or i ' . l!u;tlo,
iASU ALL 1(,IKTS EAST.
w. I'. JOHNSON,
THE STEAM TUG. CACHE
Can AVn... n ,
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Tit OF CACHE, MARINE AYn
. I NAVY YARD.
CAIRO akdNASIIVILLE IUCKftI
"l 6 p.tn.;
Every Thuraday, tt( fl
Every Saturday at 6 p.,.
Kr Freial.t or I'ah.tge ,,,,,y on u .
BIGGS & MALLOHY,
l"W'tfl Tf, OHIO I.KVLP.
TU Uautlfol iM llght-draimiH
JAMES FI8K, J 11.,
iwa.rr Butaw, Mmu
LEAVES CAIRO DAILY,
AT S Q'CUK, I.X.I
LEAVES PADUCAH DAILY,
AT I o'clock, a.m.
aWavtBg auperlor accotnmodationa t0.
.Mta rtlto fwtrosase.
MrfiUtaUt kttentfoo l paid tovolleciion of
taara, but I ha boat will uol Iw rrapon
Lk MM UUI collected.
No Ml i,
i. 2.)a.m. 2.1)0 ii.m.
It WltV 'ni f I ,iii.
Mouth. Way 12.15 p.m. lljiniun
' Through "....-Mem- , ,
phis and ilnibu..l.,i..;.t MOji.tn. 4.1X1 p.m.
Ohio Klier rollle, (except
Mondayl B;0up.m. fi.Odp.m
lion Mountain It. It B:30a.m. 11:00 p.m
Miss, Itfver ronle, Tuesday
n.l Friday c.oo p.tn,
Thebes, (loose Island A Santa
re. Ilia., Thursday 1 Fri
day ( C:fip.m
Mayfiild, IiIod.ItiIIp nd
Lovelace, Ky 11:00 n,ni.
nrritK nui, . ,
Qencral Delivery ' 7t.w niin.
Money Ordsrdepnatmcnt 8:li a.m. t.CO
ltegl(cr " " .... KiiOa.m. A.flop.m
Mcney (Mrr nnd Iteilsler departments not
C.Hiio 'VhhamiIKV, Ko. 13. Sialyl AfU'mbly
t (he A)lm Marotil) 1'nll, (Irf t unci tlnnl fti;
u 'iI.tvh Inenoh monlli.
Cjiiko CV'i jicn. So. it, Regular CvnwRlioDt
JlKtonfc Hall, the reoond rriday Inrncli montli
d&lfiu ftlAff Ko. 71 &efflilnr rnnToratlnn
t WBjonlc Hall, on tl.c third Tucd.y of every I
uairo uc vor, no.Eii r. a A. .'i Kegulnr Uom.
nitinlcation'ftt MaKOnle Hall, the tfcond nnd
fourth Monday ol each month.
DtiTA Loimr, Neva V. 4 A. M.Begiilnr Com.
munlcationa at Masonic Hall 3rd and third
fliuradaya in each month.
ALMAM'ta Iviiwt:, 221. SIceta In OJd Fell&w'a
1MI, In Arter'a IIuIUIdk, trery Thursday Tn.
ing, at 8 o'clock.
OIl II F.N T.
A nevlr-finlahed Cottnire. on U'anlilnclnn.ai..
convenient to the court-houae; ntuatea on two
lota; four good rnoma and a kitchen; rill be
ri'uii'u enca,!. Apply to
Corner FlftAenth.(. atiri Cnmm.ri.lal.lr.
ATTENTION, SIR KNIGHTS I
m. A regular conclave of Cairo Commandery
)QrKo. 13, will bo held at the A.ylum.lnthe
'Nclty of Cairo, Illinois, on Saturday evening,
17th instant, for work In the lied Cro degree. ,
Sojourning Bir Kniglita are courleou.ly Invited to
Pnbllfttird every inornltiKr Mouilny ex.
' CITY NEWS.
-Itefreshing rain last night.
iiuu. ouiiiuiun, mu vuiuuiraJluy.l IT
Vmpatch, was In the city yesterday. TJt a
A ''Grasshopper" double-dyed, from I
tiunn io uiu, 1- evuKing jJUJiiiuu oa mo I
. . . i ... ... , i i
police force. f .1 1,
JJelweeii thrco nnd five monthi is tho I
time set for the occupancy of tho custom
house by tho post-offlec.
Tho Cairo pot-office has been " re
graded," Htid thcro will be another reduc
tion of tlio clerical force.
'Who has tho right to search tho city's
prisoners, and nro tlio streets tho proper
places for searching such prisoners ?
Thos. Maronoy, tho spalpeen, attempt
ed tonbuso Mrs. Gnlvin, yestorday; wi
arretted, and fined tcndollnrs and costs.
City Attorney l'opo complains of tho
moral lit which lnu seized thu community,
nnd of tho absence of ordinanco breakers.
Mr. Vol lie anil family, arrived on tho
Sclesia at Southampton on tho -1st inst.,
nnd proceeded at onco to Hamburg. So
states nn Euglish journal.
Moses Kirkpatrick, nn experienced
New Orleans pilotjilias boon appointed iii
fpctor cf 'snags and obstructions in'tho
Ohio river, from Cincinnati to Cairo.
Colic is playing sad havoc among tho
mules. Tlieir quality of t-tubbornness
vanishes with thollrfit symptoms, and they
quietly lie down imd pass away into tho
realms of dofunvt luulcdom.
Tho Sociable or the RaptUt Society,
will hold its first meeting this (Saturday)
evening, at tho Iioumi of Hon. II. "Watson
Webb, at 8 o'clock. All thd friends of
the Society urc invited tu attend.
Wu call the uttention of our readers
to the decision of tho Supreme Court of
this State in the caro of Fulls vs. the City
of Cairo a tefrt street-filling case. It will
be found on tho second page of this morn
Mr. Vun Ess, for exorcising the func
tions of river pilot without license, whs
arrested yesterday, ami placed under
bond, of two hundred dollars for his ap
pearance before U.S. ConimUiioner Can
Thu public tehools closed yesterday
afternoon, Vacation will continue until
I tho 6th of September. Tho closing oxor
le'utiju Mrs. Ilcebo's room 'wore well at-
the scholars Do.ultting themselves
"UI"iraMy, and elictitiz thu hiL'he.t nraiso
1 present for tlieir proficiency,
' fr,.. .1. : " i
sacred concert will bo L-lven Bi
. TI- .1 , I
invlou ;Kril.n nn Aim.
. y' ',un6 11B7sl? o'cVckln thoafter-
ntKn mill u ta. . I
non and 8 in the evening. ptor nur-
ta,4t Yin oxh.bn 1,U wonderful mar.
ana fcutomatoiu In
the Baptln n '""B"cilC o'clock,
.. 11 oufeh will bav rr..vt.
" nabi.kti, .. i .
on the levee . ., 1 ,mYU Patching
baptism m tW
n. .ervicovwill elo.e. , . foV
et meeting. Service. wm'Cc ndu t
n nev.F.S.rAIhnn, ofntraH
Tho Columbus flfrl niiH.i.i ...
"It, .1., . '"'paiCh iayi
I . . , 'Cr ,111"0"""'" the Grand
dv evening. dVZ . ' :Ume ' " &u"-
ivtw iirrn h1iim ti .
heru and c.t ., .. . 1
one or two minute A . "JF
vi I. llTIM tin, lilt.. a .
Ho Grand Tno,.i..i vBim.
Packet in .1 7 " CMWi 10 le ' ftMt
Sunday evtiiii,,. ,n,t. ..i , . "lUttro of blank, without a speck, while
rang 7J llZuf'VlX0 ,,tC!e"1 lento sojourn with tho Ohio In its way
""tcincni, Is held at half-hast s r.vinni- i ......
Il rn ,..,. i ..
Mornlnr. .r . th,tUur heretofore.
hour Vnur V u "viuou.uuu
-JtVll-aai will I.,. ..a al
remember that iv,., t,..u 't
.IH. 1111, rnnr..A...tt..k III
,t. . v" -""oi uu rung tor 1 or tlio map or H auluor. ll itwmao-
adrylcc at prMeUll ,, vUrefor(i wmlKnedU. atom tho current of InUillBcnt
TILE CAIRO PAILYPfrLETm 'SATURDAY, JtTNE l7, 1871.
plcmo obscrvo tho time, nnd govern them
Tlio Hibernian. Flro Company will
colobrnto llio Fourth of July nt llio
Flora Garden. A nr.tnd par d.
tliroiigh tlio clly headed by tlio Silver Cor
not blind U on tlio programme, together
wllli spooches, tlio inovitiiblo Declaration
of Independence, Arc-works, nnd dnnclng.
Tlio Hlborlans nro noted for tlio liberality
of tlieir displays, tnd upon this occasion
will ecllpso all formor eflbrts. Details will
' . . ...
appear in to-morrow dulletin.
Tlio Atliirncum was fairly filled last
night dm the occasion of thocompllmontary
benefit tendered to Mr. Hardy by tlio Y.M
D. A. of this city. Tlio performance was
excellent; tbore was no Humbling; no
audible prompting; no bungling tcotio
shitting; ovcrytliing passed off unoollily
to. the entire satisfaction of tlio nudlunce,
as tbe frcquont and prolonged npplnuo
amply testified. Tbo Nntlivillo "OwM"
fairly enptured llio audience. Connor, nn
Owl" of high dogree, carried oil thu
honor of tho evening.
Tho weather bureau it now tlnbllli-
Ing a scries of water gauges on tho .Mis
sissinnl river nnd its tributaries at wbluli
observations will be made nnd reported on
tho amo plan as tho weather reports, to
givn information required for tho protec
tion of alluvial landa against overflow.
Gauges will bo established near St. Louis,
Cairo, Memphis Helena, Vicksburg, Red
river landing, Baton Rougo and Carroll
ton, on the Mississippi, between tho mouth
of tho Missouri and tho gulf of Mexico,
and at Fort Loavenworth, on tho Missou
ri; Rock Island, on tbo upper MissU.ippi ;
Louisville, on tho Ohio; Florence, on tho
Tccnciscc; Jacksonport, on tho "Whito
river; Llttlo Rock, on tin Arknnsns, and
Alexandria, on Red river.
DULUTH, WHERE ARE YOU?
MARK TWAIN K WAR MAP N0W1IKRE
PA I no ELIMINATED ?ROM THV. MKMI'IIIS
RAILROAD MAP TIIK " IFC " WHICH
WOULD MAKK MEMPHIS THE CENTER OV
TIIK WORLD HER PROXIMITY TO AltK-
anhah unax.n as a htkoxo point tiik
SHORTEST ROUTK TO AIA, AV11IPA, CAPE
HORN THE VEJKE ISLANDS AND THE
D 1.. "Til KOOli AND MAN DESERVING
CHARACTER OF HER PEOPLE".
A gentleman of this city hits placed in
our poFscrsionn lctterlicad,upon the back of
which is printed n map headed " Momphis
nnd her railroad system." Tho mnp oc
cupiers about one-third of thu sheet, tho
remaining space being covered with thrco
columns of closely-printed matter, signed
by "L. J. Dupre." Roth map and matter
c:; . urupniivtv otvi r
mixluio of impudence nnd buncombe, of
binvado nnd deception.
n fino .neclmen of the extent of the
knowledce of ecocrnnhv possessed bv its
nuthor. Mark Twain in locating tho
river Seine on tho wrong side of Paris,
and placing a bridge over a stretch of
level land removed fifty miles from even
a rivulet, is a flat failure as a burlesqucr
when corapired to the sober efforts of tho
designer and draughtsman of "Memphis
and her railroad system." To illustrate
that "system," (on paper), he takes, with
tho characteristic modesty of a Mcmphinn,
altogether tho Inrgcst slice of the North
Amcricnn continent, makes a black mark
in tho ccntor of this slico anil calls it
.Memphis. This is tho first step. A largo
circlo around this blotch is then drawn,
and you have "Memphis within a
radius of a thousand mllos," when it could
as conveniently bo mado eight thousand
flvo hundred, and thus strike tho "plum"
center of the universe. Radiating lines nro
then supplied from tho'contor to tho lim-
ilsof tho circle, exactly after tho manner
in which spokes are adjusted in a wheel,
and thoso are called railroads, or rather,
the " railway system of Memphis." Pur
suing his work, tho author proceeds, with
tho utmost contempt for modern geogra
phy, to locato cities nnd towns, which havo
heretofore been considered " not transfer
able," to such points on tho ' r.ilway sys
tem " as best suits his purpoie. Ho closes
tho career of the Mississippi river at Col
umbus, Ky., and allows tho wa
ters of tho beautiful Ohio to flow
at their own sweet will ncross Central Illi
nois, over the broad fluids of Missouri,
into tho Indian Territory, leaving their
outlet to tlio geographical imagination of
tho .tudeut. The
"MEMPHIS, EL PAtO AND SOUTHERN
PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL RAILROAD"
is the strong card in tho sys
tem, In an cxtreoio corner of tho map,
in oxtretnely small letters is tho word
"explanation.'' -Under this is placed a
few dots, which signify " finished." A
sories of largo dots then liccoruto the
" railway systoin front Mem
phis to Marihnll, in Texas, sumo-
thing over one-third ol tho distance
of tho "yatem line.1' Ofcoursoit mudo
no Uiliercnco to tho .Memphis draughts-
- ..... ...
mnn, mai mo oniy lino running west rom
It 1.!- I. l.l. 1 T
fliomwnif, i iiiu tuiniiiiia uiiu iiiiuo
Kock railroad, oxtonding a distance of
....i i --.I n.. i r
ono 1,unurotl Rnd
"ck. AVork was
flvo mllos to Llttlo
commenced on this en-
terpriso' when Pacltlo railroads only ex-
lslod in tno u reams oi euinusiasis, anu
was announced as completed a fuw days
sinco. Advantage, wo know, was taken of
the low wator in tho Mlssiisippl river to
run a train of cars across tho St. Francis
llottoms from Memphis to Dovali's liltill".
Hut no travelor familiar with tho country
over which this atrip of road has been
building for tho past twenty years, will
1 . flit... .. nn,,nn.,.,..il
oo uoouwiniicu uy auwu uu iihuiiuvuiuiiil
but will continuo to supply himself
with the customary lifo-preservor or
kill-. In nnilcinatlon of tho Inundation to
wi, ,. , n11( i.ntioins theroabouts aro mo
I " - " '
tiik cairo and pulton railroad
i nut visible to thu naked eyo on that
map Fulton Is rcprooutod by a largo
i nniu viuakviu ruiuuiua uuril.a mu vuimuuui.
.Our railroad not radiating In tho rltUt
I a . m . ... a.
uirociiouror mo ,yuou.," u vory caremuy
"m,",:u' "u'",ov V""
1 ln.l a .1 1 . . I a 1. ..
railroad opinion which Is; fast sottllng up
on Cnlro ns tho "Western terminus of tho
Southern Pacific road, It inust bo a signal
future, and its least sin will not bo tlio
deception, or ignorance, or both, which Its
design so plainly iimilfst. H in, rtgaln,
tho old fi.ory of tho "boomerang " bung,
lingly manipulated, roboundlng, nnd de
stroying thoso who Ignornntly uso It.
HERB It A CHOICE (EXTRACT FROM THE
! ! MATTER .
The penplo of M infill am from everv atnle
nn.l eapevtallyarn Al.'hnn.a, Ml.a "alVpi rM At'.
kanaa; repreacbtrd evi o a. Ireland an Qwiiian v
have done tnnjt In promotion ol ronamSffi
tain of r.'l and opinion. Ia,cI .ein.hn "a'l I, re.
cngnlted I only among tlio unlett.red, nnd a true
umaeii of Meinplii, fincitl,,,, of tl.oNvo j. .',
hn Ix inoMw.irlhy mid tnnat esteemed who Tli,.
sen., moat utdie taauxJa ojuoU.an t itiai.
Think olUhat yp got, nil w'cop 1 'A
truo ciljfien of Memphlsf onohvVo'is mcst
worthy and iiiott eHetmHdwho'idcsorvoj
moU at tho linndi of God and man."
Memphis, whoru every nntn Is a" Walking
bntti!ry('vhoru" deqtli aljd robboryAtalk
hand nnd hand in tlio broad tioi.n-day;
where laws am mockeries and rn!lrcaj
myths. If wickcdiH" could draw flro
nnd destruction from tho hcavon, wo
vory muiili fear, that wo would know ero
this of a modorn Gomorrah, aud no "sys
tem" mnp could locato it far from tho
spot which tho Uluff oily now occupies.
Dr. R. V. Pierce, of llullalo, N. Y.
solo proprietor of Dr. Shco's Catnrrli;
itemcuy, whoso name Is printed on tho
wrapper of tho genuine, has for over thrco
years offerod, through nearly every news-
papor in tho united States, i. standing
reward of $500 for a enso of Catarrh in
tho head which ho cannot cure. Thnt he
has treated thousonds of caos and had no
claims presented for the rownrd from any
ono who has mado a Ihqrongh uso of his
means of cure, is strong and conclusive
evidence that ho possesses suro means of
curing this loathsomo disease.. The Ca
tarrh Remedy is sold by nil druggists or
sent by mnil on receipt of sixty cents.
jo 14-lt-d & w iVi8
A Cure Guarantf.ed. Kress' Fever
Tonic is universally recognized as tho best
modiclne extant for tho curso of fevers.
It is for salo by P. G. Schtih, druggist,
two doors south of tho postofllce, und he
guarantees all who buy from him that it
will cure chills and fevers. If il docs not
euro .Mr. Schuli agrees to return the
money. Can anything bo fairer than
Great Excitement. Tho citv has
been ngitatcd during' tho pa't week on tho
subject of tho excellent St. Louis liter,
AVoiss Rocr, Rhino "Wine, und splendid
cigars for sale nt Charley Schonomeycr's
saloon. lib AVeiss Ilecr is becoming a
popular drink his Rhino AVino is tho
best in the city, his St. Louis Ucer
nlwnys ice cool. Tho Egyptian Saloon is
located at the corner of Tenth street nnd
AVashingfon avenuo, whore nil lovers of
good things to. drink should call.
The Fenton Corn Mill. This estab
lishment, corner of Commercial avenuo
and Twentieth street, is now in charge of
Mr. M. D. Guntcr, who having purchased
nnd thoroughly refitted it, invito the at
tention of the public to tho fact that hol
now prepared to furnish dealers and fami
lies with tho very best article of corn meal.
Orders left at thu mil or sent through the
postofllco will receivo prompt attention.
Jlimc's, Himc, nt tho old stand, on
Sixth street, near Ohio lovee, Is conduct
ing his barber shop in a first-class style.
It i3 n model establishment in every par
ticular, nnd whllo in his charge all its cus
tomers will rocelvo courteous nttention,
nnd tho benefit of excellent workmanship.
Hair cutting, shaving, shampooing, etc.
For Sale. Tho store-houso on tho cor
ner of Tenth nnd AValnut streets, and also
tho stock of groceries thcroin, aro offered
for sale together or separntoly. Also, a
good bviggy and harness will bo sold on
privato terms. Apply for particular on
tho premises. REN. F. ECHOLS.
I 10 not llH oa otner Inirher do,
Nor keep my ratotc like King William sword
ilccnmo Ida sord, a all timid know,
Though handled well, n rough.
I keep my rurors aliarp Mid keen,
And CupH and Tom elf always clean,
Perfumery, too, of nil tlio brunda,
That'll inado in thN or foreign hind.
Then for clean ahavlnc pleaie to .top
AT DANIKI. LAMI'llUUT H HAIillKH HIIOP.
Oh Ohio Levee, ftt 01,
li whero ijiich uoik in uently done.
True. Thcro win no no doubt that
Raugh is, iiar excellence, tho boot and
shoemaker of Cairo. Ho challenges com
petition in his trade, and atsurcs tho pub
lic that ho will guarantee to his customers
satisfaction. His shop is on Eighth street
near tho corner of Ohio Luvco. tf
A vaunt, Indiqehtion. Tlio Charter
Oak Stovo is tho most interesting and im
portant fo.Uuro in tho family economy;
for it fills tho house witli warmth tho ta
ble with good cheer, nnd pro'vents that
dreary nspect nnd Indlgcsliblo meals thnt
bring sourness of tempor, discomfort and
Fred, lllankenburg's saloon is nowly
and elegantly fitted uji and supplied with
tho finest wines, liquors, beer, cigars, etc.,
that can bo found in tho city; and Fred.
nosupcriorft3 u dUpcnsor of delightful
beverages. Do not forgot tho place, cor
ner Mth street and Avpshington avenuo.
A Family Treasure. Ino happiest
nnd best membor of a family is usually
called tho light of tho household, bocause,
besides being happy nnd cheorful himself,
or herself, boor sho makes nil clso happy
or chuiirfnl. Tho Charter Oak Stovo is
such a treature. jol3d&wH,
Comk to Stay. Robert Rtid xm pcr-
inunently estnblishod a conl yard at Cot
tonwood Point, Mo., for tho purposo of
aupplylng steamboats with coal. Tows nt
all times, dny or night.
JeHtf C. S. IIijtciunson, Agent.
Infants. Tho mott irritablo and rest
loss of thoso tender llttlo household buds,
nro charmed ns-lt woro in quiet and sweet
ropoio by using Mrs. AVhKcoinb's Syrup
Uamiltom'h Uuchu and Dundollon, as
rood an article, aa llolmliold'a Huchu und
.rlf.ijiioiify. for salo at V. Uf HolmU'a
I dru" "t0M
Did You Ever? "No, I notcr," saw a
more cozy nnd comploto bnrhor shop than
that of Anthony Echbach, ono door bo
low tho post ofllco. Tho room has been
newly pnporod, tho floor nowly covered
nhd thu whole establishment put In first
class order. Eschbach is ono of tho most
oxperlonccd, skillful nnd accommodating
bnrbcrs in tho Stulo, employs courteous
and export assistants, and keeps Just such
a shop ns citizens and strangers will lake
a. solid satisfaction in patronizing.
If yqu would havo now life, now blood
hnd rcnownd vigor, uso IIELMHOLD'8
GRAPE PILLS. Purify tho blood and
beautify tho complexion by tho use of
II ELM HOLD'S EXTRACT .S ARS A PA
RI LLA. They aro no cheap pntont med
icines, but thoroughly Pharmaceutical,
and aro not equalled by nny English or
Marriaok Guide. Interesting work,
numerous ongrnvings, 224 pages. Prlco
SO cents. Addross Dr. Mutts' Disponsary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis,
Mo, See Advertisement.
Avert the Evil. If mothors would
give Mrs. AVliilcoinu's Syrup to their chil
dren when sick, mortality would bo less
nmong them. It only costs 25 cents.
Thuraday Kvenlng, June l.'i, lsn.
The general features of tho market re
main much tho same as nt our last revlow.
Oats nro dull nnd unchanged and thoro is
n limited enquiry for liny. Corn is Arm,
the domand for AVhlto being far in excess
of tho supply. Choice AVhlto sells readily
for 54c in bulk on track. Tho de
mand for Mixed is not so good, but
it finds a good market for o2c
Ry a slight error of tho printer our last
issue was mado to represent Corn in good
demand nt 5Ccln bulk on track, which was
rather above tho market, bin for Mixed
nnd 64c for Cholco AVhite, being the high
est cither would command.
Country Produce is dull and Fruit
Tho weather is cloudy threatening rain.
FLOUR. Tho market is dull and pri
ccs unchanged. Sales wore
245 bbls., A'arlous Grades,
from store $5
4C0 " A'arious Grades 5
90 " XX ExccMor
Sales from City Mills were
150 bbls. XXXX
60 8 00
200 " XXX
150 " XX
RRAN. 70 sacks
CORN: Tho leading features of this
market continuo much the snmo ns at our
Inst report. Sales wore
7 cars, Mixed, in bulk, on track
White, " "
Choice AVhite, in bulk,
Mixed, in sacks delivered
1 " " " on track
1 " " " from store...
300 sacks " in dundecs, del
200 " White, In burlaps "
11 cars " in sacks, " ...
OATS. Are dull nnd inactive,
12 ors, in sacks, del 5Cc58c
50 sacks 68c
HAY. Is extremely dull' Thcro is a
light stock on tbo tnnrkct and no demand
2 cars, Mixed 10 60
BUTTER. Is unchanged. Anything
but stjictly choico is unsaleable. Sales
10 buckets, Fair, Sou. Ill 15c
10 " Common " 8c10c
EGGS. Lowor nnd dull. Sales' were
200 dozen 121
30 pkgs 12J
MEAL. Tho market conlinucj active
and prices havo undergone no change
sinco last reviow. Sales wore
1 car Steam Dried, del $3 00
160 bbls. City Steam Dried 3 10
100 " Steam Dried from
(.tore $3 10$3 25
POULTRY. Market is dull, but prices
nro firm nt quotations; Sales were
2 coops Spring Chickens $2,00
2 doz. " " 2G0
1 " Old Hons - 4,26
5 coops " " 4,004,60
FRUIT. Chorrics and Berries nro dull
as tho season advances. Sales were
20 bus. Churrlos, sound S 2,00
35 crates Raspborrios 2,002,40
BY vntuo of on execution to me directed hy
the Clerk of the Circuit Count of Alexander
i-ounty. In the State of Illinois, in favor af Adam
Kahr, and agvlnat Mary Miller, I have levied
upon tUo folIowliiK described property, to-Jti
1 . . , . .... ,,. tin try n,. ufl In h n.1, Nn.
i. i t.,.i.ipui ,.,l,iiiinfi tn the t.'ltv u( Cairo in the
County ol Alexander and theHtateof Illinoli, the
propejtylof Hie cald Mary Jlller which . ahall
ollor at Pulillo Sale, at tho touth wet door ol
thn Courr House Inaaldctty. on Jilday the
Kourtecnlh daj of July, A. U . J"
the hours or o'c ock a.m., and the aunaet of
"aid day, for ca.li, In hand, to tl.fy aald execu
tion. .. . ,,...i. ,,.,( in.
AH.X. II. IHVIK, Bll ll. Aloaaii. -,i,,,l
"l ni vt-41 Cairo, 111.. i June 17,1871.
nvMntlnn in mo directed bv
I J tho Clerk of tho Circuit .Tourt of Alexander
iunty, In tho Htt" of llllnoia, In favor of ibe
V. J hornioiia i cuvu n'v d
tVn (1), in the First addition to
ot Cairo in Hie County of Alex-
ilu. (! tv
Hlutn t lll'nols, aa the proner
il will a ii w. Tnornian,
,ll otlerat Public Hale, atthe Boulli jmi rat
tourt House, in culd city, on f tuiay
louse, in "'li.-v;.""' ,T;
iy, forojah. in hand, lo yall.fy t.AUl .xfcnt ion,
X kx. H. laviKh-li,, Aloxanderrounty. 111?
il.lt 4 w-tt Calm. Hls.t June 17, l7t.
WATCH JI Alt EB.
NO. 150 AVASHINGTON AVENUE,
lias on hnud
A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY ETC.
Particular attention given to
itv.UAillINU FINE WATCHES.
I - -
lne ",UCK 01
I GOLD AND SILVER "WATCHES
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL BANK,
At Cairo, In theState of Illinois, at tho CIo.o of
wilivnn, MUliU Win, JB7t
ijoana nnu uiacount. llfi.Ma M
u.n. oiaioaeeiiroelroulatlon..... loo.otn oo
" " on hand it Vn oi
Other atoeka. bonds and morlgaaoa. hum $
Hue from redeeming and
reacrvo ienta......... s,(tij m
Dim from other National
Uftdka , os,672 0
Due from other Ranks and
Hankfla ., njm ti
Other real estate
. ,ooo no
, x7,ri tA
4,W 21 '
Checks aud other Utah
Item r. oiu ia
Illlla of other Natiotinl
Manka I0,17n tl
Fractional currency nnd
nickle 3,770 r.1
lHM Temler Nolea aueo on
(.'apllnl slock paid in
...... iV" (.1
Prom and loss..
... 4.V14 M
,.. !.' 1 14
.. lD.-Hl M 4I.U87 10
Circulation ouistan.llng. . to.ouil (O
iniivniuai iiepoaiia.... 101,975 CI
uue to itanks ami Hankers .-........ W,7i 07
Rlateof Illinois. Alexander Conntv. aa.
Hord, Cashier ot Ihe Clly Natinnal
Hank, of Cairo, ilo aolemnly swear that Ihe nlove
aUAIement la tme to the best of my knowledge
and Irellef. A . B. HAFFOItl), Cashier.
Hubacrlld and .worn lo Ufore tne, this UOi
UHTui.uns.iiu. ii, ii, UAllKr.,
Correct Attest. Notary PuUle.
W. P. II tf.l.lDA V,
It. If. CU5NINQHAM
. I'. WILLIAMSON,
. THIRTA'-THIRD REPORT
or nir cniDiriosor Titr.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
At tho Close of lluslnesa on Ihe loth day of
Loansaod dlsrounts t
II. H. bonds to .ecure circulation......
U. H. bond, nnd securities on
Other bonds, stocks and' mort'-
. KKes .
Hue from redeeming and reaervu
Due from other national banks........
Due from other banks and bankers...
Furalture and tiitures... ............
Cash items, Inch ding re enue
Cash on hand (coin) t i 123 47
Currency...... .It.Tif V
Capital stock .
Klcliwigi- C2J Ut
Interest I.VX ri7
1 1 1 n, i m
Profit and los til? 2C
Due to National Hanks..
Hlate of llhnnls, Cnunly nf Alexander, s.
I. Daniel Hutd. President of the First National
Hank ot Cairo, do sotemtilv swear that the ubor .
eimciiiruiisiiuviuiiic iw. i,i hit kiiow iw irn Illl'l
.!.,..-..,;..,.... ,.. ,1., . . , .
lnei. v. llliKU. t-resident.
tiutiscrihed anil sworn In U'fore ine, this IJIh
uay oi June, a. i. i,i.
i.iia.1. 1.1 nni.M.iiA.M, notary r.iMic.
ROUT. W. Mil. I, Kit,
II HUMAN MHYHRH.
COHMINHION AND l'OIlWAItDI.1U,
"CLOSE '& VINCENT,
Cement, Plaxter Parih,
PL ASTER E.K'S HAIR,
Corner KlKhlh Hire! nntl Ohio I-evre,
.AIILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN,
Oats, Hay, etc.
58 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
JOHN It. PHILLIS,
(Bucccssnr to Parker ft Plilllls,)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cor. TENTII-ST. and OHIO LEVEE,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
((Successor to K II. Hendricks A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
sLll.eriil Advances made upoucfSWy
Aro prepared to receive, .tore aud forward
freights tn all points and buy and
sell oa commission,
W-Rusincss attended lo promptly.
(Huccesaor ol Ayera A Co,)
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Kstnlo of Michael (lannon, deceaied.
ti.a Mn.tttralirneil liavlnir been annolnled I-!xes
utor of the last will ond testament of Michael
llsnnon, late of the County of Alexander, and
Mate of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that he will appear neiere inn cumiiiruunui
Aletander county, at the court house In Cairo, si
the .Till v term, on tho 3d Monday In July next, t
which time all persona having claims against sal
estate are nounen anu reijuesmu ,,..,., ,,
tho tmrpose of havlnj the aatno adjusted. All
persons indebted to said estato are reiiuestcd to
make Immediat payment to thy uuderrlgned.
It(l mis JPiin nay oi may, a.
Jelwct JOHN caOWLBY, Executor.
Htate of Illinois, Alexander County, ss. Alexan
der Oounly Circuit Courl.
Bamuel Blaata Taylor and Edwin Pars.in., Trus.
vrrm ui mo uniiu UT i rup"lir, .f. it,",,,- ...
X.IHS nun wiiinam II. aierreaitii. inn im-n
loree Vender's Lien.
Publlo notice is hereby given that In pursnance
ol a decree entered nf record in the ntrfive enti
tled cause la said court on the third day of March,
A. I) 1 1871, I, Jolinti.llaninii, Master In Chan,
eery lor said court, will, on Friday, tht 3Vlri
day of June. A. II. IH71,at the hour of li o'clock
hi., ol said day aell nt public auction tn Ihe high
t bidder, for cash, at the door of I lie Court
House, in Hie. city of Cnlro. In raid county the
billowing describud real estate situate in Ihe
county or Alexander and Ktate of Illinois to.wit t
Lots i numbered rtve. (A) six (ti) and sevtn (7) In
block numbered three (3) In tlie nrsl addition to
Ihe clty or calto in th county ol Alexander and
Htate of Illinois, tog.llirr with all and singular
the tenement and herMlitamf tils' thereunto I.
longing. (A deed ol conveyance will Im eiecutel
in ine iiuri'iiaseron inoiiat or tale.
JOHN y. ItAHit AN, Master In (,ti
i-iro, ins., june jin, 1S71.
Hlnte ot Illinois, Alexander County, ss. In trie
Circuit Court of Alexander County.
Patruel Blasts Taylor and Kdwln Parsons, 1 run.
leesot the Cairo Clly Property, vs. Thomas jj.
Kill, and Henry U. Kills, Hill to enforce Yen
Public notice I. hereby given that In pursuance
ol a decree entered of record in the alsive enlif
Hid causa In .aid court onth. third day of March,
A. I'. 161, 1, John (J. Herman, Master In Chan'
eery for said court, will, on Friday, the 30th day
of June, A. D. 1871, at the hour oMl o'clock a.rn,
of said day, sell at pnMlo auction to the highest
bidder, for cash, at ihe door ol the Court House,
in the city nt Cairo, in aald county the following
described resl estate situate in Ihe county ut
Alexander and Htsla of Illinois to-witt Lots
numbered (S) eight, ( nine, (lot ten. 111 eleven,
and (13 twelve In block numbered three 3 In the
first addition to the city of Cairo In the county of
Alexan ler and Htate ot Illinois, together with all
and singular the tenements and lieredltamtnts
thereunto belonging. A deed of conveyance
will be executed to the purchaser on the dav of
JOHN q MA.RMAN, Master in Chaucrrr.
Cairo, Ilia., June 7th, 1871.
. S. HARRELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
JIOUSE FURNISH1NO GOODS,
18o & 187 Commercial Avenue
I N.MAN LINE.
l.lvero,l, New. York and PhllAelphU
I'Sl't It r01TR4fT ITH tXTri ITATt ASU ftU!H
For (trrjlni: th MaiN.
FOR PASSa"gE TICKETS
oa ri'Ainra isroaxtvios
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot,
1 Vi llroadwiy. New York, or In
II . II ll p I ,
210 Washington Avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
FOR SALE, ) KorHaie poll SALE,
' I Fcr fale 1
FOR SALE. J FortWelFOR HALE.
Faro from Liverpool,
Fare from Lo.viioNDEnnY,
Fare from Gi.amiow,
Fro from Queenhtow.v
TO CAIRO, :::::::: 4 8.20
Satford, Morrl. A Candee, Agent. ,
S A M WILSON,
Utlt.II II .
Ohio Levee, :::::: Cairo, III.
oantas raourrLT rittrr;
G. I). WILLIAMSON,
Mo, 70 lhlo I.evc-r,
C A III O, ILLINOIS.
kWrlneclal aitention given to Consignments
and tilling orders.
Hi. tbe.e only, and save Tims, n.allh and
Monty. (1,000 REWARD for any cat of dl.taaa,
In suy .tag,) which tbey fall to cure.
' ha. RICHAU'B OOLDIN BAL-
' - SAM8, No., i k 3, are the
Ak. greatest alteraUves known.
iUB. Da. RIOIIAU'a OOLOXK
MHB I ELIXIR D"A M O UH U tb.
IKIlsW Oreatest Tonlo and Altrlagtat
MmM I lu the Medical LI.U Da. RI-
QAWy CIIAU'8 GOLDEN ANITDOTK
V i. iha onW rallabla dlnrsUe.
The.e RtmeillM are not adveruaed to Care all
CniplalnU, and ben.St none bat are guaranteed
to effect a Radical and Speedy Core In all . eases far
which Iher are ruoommended, when all oUi.r treat
ment has tailed. Ttu. of Oioiuand. yearly recovaa,
by their uie. who have lot all hope, fdJ:
nounred a. Incurable by tht bell of nvdlcU
.uu srut?ti!ns. CovVM" Dlotche.. 8or.neu
,?o,'rjil n 8crofulayc. It la the Ortateat Reno-
YJ HAl.f".M, No, 2, cures Ifarcnrlal Affee
tlous, JlheumaU.m In all It forms, awl
Ivc. Imrueiaiato relief la all oa.es. 4
Prlos of tltb.r No. 1 or 2, 3 r fcoWi
ANTIDOTE, a radical ear. for all tniar
UerangetasnU. Prlce ! purj beltle.
D'AMOUR. a radical cm. fof
Nervous or Osneral Debility, In ol .
. l"i"rtlor en.rgy with wonderful IKt.
" mi L.Ttla a tn tar BO.
Oa recdVt U v . 'e4.1- Ui
ahlppeS to any place. Prompt "nUiSvKi,l.k.
1 7Jrc.rneut.. Nan. genuine vrtthju th.
name of " DR. IlICIIAK'a "u''u,1" S
" 5. RICIIARDJ, Hole ProprUter,' WWB U
laaa or bottle..
Addrs... HR. D
trt. New V-'
frad. .opplled elflJ
R. K"tA?.Pt,, 3tTrli