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firjcinnttl, lni.'innHllrit Columbus.
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noil Chicago Railroad lor
Mroit, OTflanil, Dunkirk.
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Sea Tori, I'lltsb'ire, lltltimore, ,
AND AM- POINTS EAST.
Far tlirotich ticket, nnd Information, iily to
IlUni. Central Railroad I "l.
W. I'. JOHNSON,
Leoeral Passenjjer AKeiil, ChienKO.
J, JOIINbON, Agent, Cairo.
M 01' Nli CITY AN A 1 ItfiV
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Cm. AViujam II. Sanduhky.
A.3ST3D 3X). CITY
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At 10 a.m.
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WILL LAND. WIIKN HAILKD,
0I TAPTORY, HAWK'S I.-ycllINO, KY.
Moi'Tn or cinir., maki.sk ways,
ash xavy yakh.
CAIRO aXdKASUVILLK PACKETS
, The following packrta Ip.hp Cairo
tin lfi Jy anj l the l,oir litlow.niliidl :
Svfrj Monday t p.m. ;
E?fry Tliurnlay m r. p.m.;
EferyStturJoy nt f. p.m.
Ytt frtitil or l'amaj apply on txmil, or to
11IGGS i- MALLORY,
I'lllJl 7J OHIO I.KVIIK.
CAIRO AND PADUCAII
fjjJClJk Tlufbc.uitifulnnJ lllit-Jr.Mium
JAMKS PISK, .III.,
liouu feititT Milir,
LKAVKS CAIRO DAILY,
AT S 0'fr,Ck, r.M.;
1-F.AVKS PADUCAII DAILY,
At U O'CIM k, A.M.
wifilV.'.0klIP,'r")r Mfoinmoilution the fo-
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HO VT STIIKKS.
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''AIHO. I I.I. 1 N(, ls
Viwil to C,
THIJJtSDAY, JUNK 22, 1871,
H Uira fruit Jrp,
I U.I KoUt-L,
7 lnn(lm ,rl
I liox lumliUrH. l... . ... ...
!. aianta, 1 u,x iuml.li.rd
12 bxckody .n. v. 'k. ' 'T'. .. .
2 bi. lampV luimVy,"; '""' J1
Vaupoaitifp and without rm
Himm Mm. luirnu.v,
CIHKOMAT1U Kort.-prinlimt m ',
I .lid tariod colur. alTu, I""1
f.l.bnud chromatic Pi..V-!aon. .utTuS i.1,
job printing oBuo. 1 1,1. i. th i., "i it, T.rvLlw
J,rr,fMi!rbr rtduciiiglliii rum of tli.tiii.iu.'
r ef work lo m, Idw rale.
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Notth, Tliroi'jjn ?;in.m, 2.ip,tn
" Way 2.S0p.m, lljlmp.m
f-'mif !, Way 12.1ft p.m. 1 p.tri
Tfirouirh jsi. v., Jlciii'
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Oliin Hirer lf)iili, (oXLtpl
Moiiild)) ft.iiip.iu. i.imp.iii.
f i on Mniinlmn II It S..li).iiu 1l.ii'p-tn
)ll. K tcr route, TuopJny
nn.l Krlilny o.uip.m. "."'J'.n
Tlirl'fi Onojp txlnlid .1 Hnntn
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Mnj fit I.I, lllnnilvil.p nml
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(Iimrnl Dplircry 7s:i0n.in.
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HiKlM" " Kimn.m. fi.Wip.m
Muiipy Order nml ItvgiMiT ilci.nrlinonH not
opi n ou tiiiiiily.
l.'unn jr-iMMAMii ia. No. 1.1. llrd A.pimbl
nl llio A)lnm Mrmhiu Unll, first nml tliir.l Hn.
iIiivk In oncli montli.
(Sum OiiNru., No. 21, Rpgulnr Conrncntlonut
M'ionlc I In 1. 1 lie won. I Friday Inenrli montli
Cvtiiii OiiAiTiit, No. 71. Hrgnlnrf Convocation
i.t Mnmnlc llnll, on the llilnl Tucciloy of iicry
Caikii I-iiir, No, 237 K. X A. SI Itrgular Com.
inuhlontloiiK'nt SUaonle llnll, Hip pfcoinl find
fonrili Mondayn ol parh month.
DriTA 1iiwit, No. WW I'. A. M. ItKiilnr Com
mmiiration nt .Mnsonlc Hall 3rct and third
Thtirodn) a In each montli.
Al.i.XAMiru I.onnr, SMI. Jfcrla In Odd IVIIgw'b
Hall, In Arlrr'a IliillJInR, ricry Thiiradnyleipn
IiiaT, al xoVlojk.
A noilv-fiiiialipd Col In so. on Wnahlnston-ar..
contcnli'iit to Hip court-hotiac ; aitunlcil on two
loti; four good room nml n lillchcn; rill te
r.'iili'd chpnp. Apply to
Corner. riflccntli.flt. end Commerclal-av.
I'iiIiIIhIidI 't.v iiKimliiK. Slomlny PX
liny, dull, not much coming in.
Tlio wciitlinr report inzin, or rntber
the fi.nnnl stiUlon uiun, nml tlio .S'iih, liavo
;isod ngiiiu nml nuidu tip.
An nttompt was mndo on Sunday
night to liurghiriously ontor tho resi
dence of Jlr. T. V. Hnlliday.
Wo lmvo received tlio first number of
llio Pulaski Patriot, tlio new rndicul paper
published nt Jlound City. It is a very
prettv sheet typographically, nnd spright
Tlio membfiMof thornilrond commit
tee who do not attend the meeting to
night at thu cctincil chamber will bo fined
each, the money thus collected .to bo
appropriated to defray tlio expenses of tlio
Judgment was rendered yesterday by
.liulgu Rross, in the delinquent tab-list
for 1870. Sale will begin next Monday.
Shcrill'lrvln mnde nvorycloso collection,
nnd takes county order nt mi for all
"Wo co by our exchanges that tho
tickets to tho Oram! (lift Festival, ut Oma
ha, art) being rapidly taken. Itt-eldoin
happen when one has on honest chance
to win a fortunu in a legal enterprise, like
tho ono in aid of a public library at Oma
Capt.C. D. Villinmo!i received infor
mation on Saturday of the death of a
brother in California, and that ho had iu
heriled a largo fortune. Thu Captain left
for California yesterday noon, to fettle
tlio business of tho deceased, nnd perform
tho other duties which this sad event has
devolved tipoui iiiin.
"Wo rcgrut to announco that tho 1
I'nited States signal officer at this station
lias been slightly ill fur a few days, and
don't liko Cairo. Helms been writing to
his superior. nt Washington giving this
e'.ty 1 the dickeiu-." We hope ho may bo eon-
v.'.liscent soon, and with returning health
leurn how to appreciate u good thing
when he ha It.
To have mndo tho "Midnight ISuiiul,"
iu Sunday' Hci.i.ktin correct, it should
have lead: l'or "Cora Stacy," Margaret
Ann .lones, daughter of Guy nnd Susan
Caroline .lones, of Tenui'Sece. Tlio villain
wiio con.Miminated her ruin was Ilnrvoy
Kuvells, a caijiuntcr on her uncle's house,
and not an army ollieer. The l.ojy, by
tho mistake of Coroner Cary, missed tho
noon train, mid was taken to Villa Kidge
at midnight bv Lizzie Walbridgo and a
M r. GnlIlher,5wlio teeing the desolation of
the deeeasi'd volunteered his kind otlicea,
and wa interred with respect the next
luv at 1 1 o'clock.
Tin; "J'iiini' goes tor" the gentlo Ger
oiild, .nperintendeiit of tho gns works, and
defomls .Mr. Burnett thu comptroller tints.
The .Viof says that then is a disposition to
fuddle the blame for tho 'darkness' that
wishromled tho city one night lust week,
upon the shoulders ol the comptroller.
We lmvo ubiorved no tich disposition.
On tho contrary, the 'darkness' co m-
plitlned of has very generally been as-
(rlrW'll in t'l tr.w.l.ll........ f.f 4lii cim...ln.
i :iivi.:ui ui wm gus worKS. mo compiroi-
lUr s note to the uperintendont plainly ln-
uu-awa a desire, on tho part of the city, to
wnutmottiu use of tho gas, but on terms
vi w wouia he tutisrnctory to both parties.
U .lidy expressed a wish to enter into a
-wwmtwi. With this note in his hands
the niicriiitQi,ni.i .....
. ,:::'8;-'f,locc;,uurui i-Ju."
.in nil I lilt iriiii im
Our m.l,.,,l.. r. 1
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Karnes A- Ca . ,w . ."I"'""!!
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to llio mitt;,,,, i,, .i !
, tunin ii , i. .
lames Johnson, im aceomm,,,! . ' .
, . b l"u 'ilUi liihorT
of thul lllnols Central railroad has l-lmllv
oiwnu the u.c of a train of from .,
(1 til Hit "l.tii . -a..-. . ...
. v "uei.unu other point.,
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DEDICATION OK TI1EIU
INSTALLATION I'KItKMONI ES IlKIllCATION
srKKCIIKM 1'ItKSIIlKNT HllKllWAIirs ltK-
MAftKS SI'I.KNIHII llANgUIlT.
Last night the Roughs hud a gala lime
At nine o'clock tho company had assem
bled, with Mayor Lansdan, and Messrs.
nurd, Halllday, "Winter. Renrdcn, Ruder,
Metcnlf, nnd Cunningham, members of
tho council, nnd other invited gucsls pres
ent. Mr. Ilross, in an appropriate uiAtiner,
installed tho officers for the current term,
when Mr. Obcrly made a brief, dedicatory
address. Calls then brought forward
.Mayor Lnnsdcn, who congratulated the
Roughs on its prosperity, nnd in happy
terms f poke of tho energy which had been
exhibited by tho company. He was fol
lowed by Messrs. Halllday, Rcardon,
Winter, and Mr. McIIole,whospokobriefly
but to tlio point. Tho happy remarks of
Mr. Mclliile, of the Hibernian, win re
coived with loud applause.
Laud cnlls wcro then made for Presi
dent lleerwart, who responded tubsian-
tinlly as follows :
Okntlkmen: fPointinc to tho riehl
where bancs tho uicturo of Mr. AVm. Dlb-
blcr, deceased, ex-president and founder
oi mo company), .woven vcars neo the
man whoso picture ornaments our walls.
orennizod this company. Do JtniL-i'lml.
In thoso days of Cairo's 11 rat efTortsnt pros
perity, ounlnst difficulties which mii-lit
woll h avo discouraccd men of less sterner
stufl' than entered into his composition.
Arrayed against him wcro hostile com
panies nnd tho poverty of this then vounir
city. Hut his energy triumphed, and from
that small beginning wo bnvo grown by
energy to our present proportion. Let us be
true to tho prcstigo of tlio past, and by
our exemplary walk nnd conversation
win tlio npniauso nnu respect ol our Tel-
low citizens. 1 feel unworthy to preside
over so intelligent a company, but with
your support will labor to maintain the
dignity of the organization. Here in my
loft and right nro boqucts of flowers, re
dolent of rich perfumes, in which all tho
colours of tho rainbow blend in harmony.
-nay nil our sontimonls blond as those
flowors into tlio benutv of fratornitv.
Gentlemen, I thank you for tlio high
honor you have conferred on me, and tho
flattering attention with which you have
listened to my remarks.
Tlio company then repaired to the en-
gino room, in which John Solieel, for tho
officers of tho company, had spread u
splendid banquet when, to the music of
Jsenbcrg's string band which had vol
unteered for tlio occasion, tho viands
woro discusfod with uli unction that
proved that tho Roughs knew a good
thing when it is set beforothem.
At a lato hour tho company, ndjourncd
In tho best of spirits.
TIIK CATIIOUO VA1B AN1 FESTIVAL AT
"Wo wish again to call tho attention of
our readers to tho Catholic fair nnd festival
in Mound City, on Tuesday evening. It is
to bo held in Stokos' Hall nnd will bo di
rected by tho energetic and clever Cath
olic ladies of Mound City. Our renders
may rest assured that an attendance will
prove a source of enjoyment long to bo
Tho Mound Cityite.s uro fumed for their
hospitality nnd on tho present occasion
will leave nothing undone to make thair
festive! a success to themselves and a
p'easure to their visitors. Tho worthy
object of tho fair, that of freeing tho Cath
olic church nnd cometry from pressing
embarrassment, recommends it to all,
catholics especially. Arrangements have
been made withVic tuyCacht by which if a
number not less than twenty avail them
selves of tho opportunity they will bo tak
en to Mound City and back for half the
usual fare. Wo hope twice or thrice twen
ty from Cairo will attend tho fcslivol of
tho fair ladies of our neighboring city, and
that it will prove n grand success in every
Thk Skcukt oi- Ouu Destiny. Here
tofore the citizens of Cairo have depended
for prosperity on th geographical location
of their city. " Look," they havo suid,
"at the rivers that (low by our wharves;
they will make us great. Located in tho
heart of the republic, tlio destiny of Cuiro
lias been determined by nature." And,
with this llattcring unction laid closo to
their hearts, they have been waiting for
the prosperity they were loo indolent to
lubor for. Rut, in lato days, they have
come to undeiataud that nature helps
thoso who holp themselves, and they arc
now active iu works of enterprise. Tlioy
havo learned that there is a iniito of wis
dom iu what .Mr. Gladstone said, ou tho
occasion of his installation as rector of
the rnivorsity of Edinburg. " The moun
tain lops of Scotland," said ho, " behold on
every tide of them the witness, and many
a ono of what tire now nionuscs nnd her
moorlands, blooming as tho rose, carries on
its face tliut it is in man and not in his
circumstances that tho secret of his destiny
resides.'' Wa are now iu tho possession of
one of tho opportunities to help oursolves,
arid should not let it go by unimproved.
Uy availing oursolves of it, wo can do
much to woo to us tlio prcsporlty which
has acted with us so coquctishly. Ry neg
lecting it wo shall prove ourselves unlit to
enjoy anything but hopo of tho good time
coming, but never to como in our day and
generation. Let every citizen, then, who
appreciates the situation bcttir himself,
and endeavor to roll up for tho Cuiro mid
Viuconnoj road, an enterprise nearly allied
to our uture prosporty, a majority
that will prove that Cuiro is alive
and determined to take Unit plac
among tlio great cities of tho
land to which she is Justly entitled by her
unrivalled geographical position.
CiiKAPKit. Our neighbor of tho Cairo
l'aper belloves coal oil would bo cheaper
thun gas, but adds: "Hut who wants to
live In u town lighted by coul oil ',' Tho
thought of the tiling is monstrous. Our
lights would smell to tho very heavens I
I If ....1. II
Ra nit's Plctoral Elixir Hover fails lu
.' oiighs, colds, hoursouos. etc.. etc. R.ir
1 y "r"'" wm),(sul "Konts, Cairo, 111.
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DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JUNE 20.
SposmlJ moetlncr of the RpIpoI Council
cilledhytho Mayor for special business.
Caiho, 111., .June. 17. 1R71
PrtMiit, Coiincllmen Halllday, Hurd
Latisdon, Schuh, Taylor nnd Wood-c!
AiHcm, Councilman "Woodward 1.
n,. i.... . e it .. ... . .
" "l,u" U1 councilman Wood llio
reading or tho Journal was dispensed with.
. OltUIN ANqiD.
Upon It second reading: "An ordl-
nniieo to regulate tho duties of tho Chief
or I'olico nnd Pollco Constublos.
Councilman Hurd moved to
Curried by tho followlnc vote!
Ayes Hnlliday, Hurd, Schuh and Tny.
Nays-Wood-L' i'i ,
Upon Its second reading: "An ordi
nance to amend ordinance No. Io.''
Councilmuu Wood moved to ndopt.
Carried as follows:
Ayes Hnlliday, Hurd, Schuh, Tnylor
and Wood 5.
Upon its second reading: "An ordi
nance to amend section '280 of 'an ordi
nance to ndopt the ordinances of tho city
of Cairo us revised and codified.1 "
Councilman Tnylor moved to adopt.
Carried, the voto thereon being as follows:
Ayes Halllday, Hurd, Schuh, Taylor
and Wood 5.
Upon its second reading. "An ordi
nance authorizing stay 6f txocution In
Councilman Wood moved to adopt.
Carried ns follows:
Vyos Hnlliday, Hurd, Schuh, Taylor
and Wood G.
No further business being beforo tho
Council, on motion of Councilman Hnlliday
tho Ijoard adjourned.
M. .1. Howlky, City Clerk.
A Good "Woud. Tliat very excellont
country paper, tho Du Quoin Tribune, has
tho following good word for Cairo :
"Wo aro indebted to J. H. Moberlv of
tliis city, for a copy of tho St. Louis
Commercial Advertiser, in which is pub
lished a very interesting account of
Cairo, and its trade. A part of which wo
shall publish next week. Our business
men aro to a great extent interested in tho
prosperity or Cairo. Tno firmer which
J. H. Moborly is senior, had nu extensive
business tradu with Cairo lust year,
amounting in the aggregate to over thirty
thousand dollars. Cairo is our natural
market, and wo ure glad to know its fu
ture is full of promise."
Salt in Eoyit. An article, from tlio
Du Quoin Tribune, published in another
column, will inform tho public that a
profitable salt well has been sunk at St.
John's coal mines, near Du Quoin. This
well was sunk by Capt. Hnlliday, of this
city, ovor a year ago, and his failure to
utilize it immediately has resulted, wo
presume, as tho Tribune says, from the
presence of lime, with which tho brine is
impregnated. "Wo have seen and examined
tho specimens of tho salt, now in the pos
session of Capt. Halllday, nnd think them
of lino oven superior quality.
Tiir. Paducah Kentuehian is the wick
edest paper in Kentucky, and it is as mean
09 wicked. "Wo baso this assertion on n
sentence ccntuined in a late issuo of that
sheet. After questioning llio prediction
of tho Uui.i.ktin that a hundred babies
will bo born in this city within thrco
months, tho Kentuehian adds: "Wo hope
the majority of them, as usual, may not bo
tadpoles." Could anything bo wickeder
or meaner than such n "fling-" Rut it is
Pkiisonal. Tho friends of Jowott "Wil
cox, i.ici., will bo pained to learn that
Maud, tho only daughter of his houso and
home, has been dangerously ill for some
days past, in St. Louis. The physician in
attendance, informed tho anxious parents
that their only hope lay in removing tho
little patient to u northern climate, and
yesterday Mr. Wilcox, with his family,
sturted to Middloburg, Vermont, where
they will sojourn for tho fcummor months.
' Truth is powerful and must provail,"
and it is true that there is not a bettor
boot and slioomakor in Caito than Phillxp
Baityi. Ono trial is sufficient to satisfy
any ono of tho fact, that for durability,
stylo and fitness, his work cannot bo ex
celled. Ho can bo found at all limes at
his shop, ou Eighth street near Ohio
Levee, and notcoullning himself to any
pociiliar style or fashion, can guarantee
to his friends and customers full and com
plete satisfaction. jo-20-tf
Tin: troubles iu Puris havo at last sub
sided, and AVm. Killers has received a
largo Invoice of " Jodat " and " Merciur "
French calfskins two of tho best brands
made, which ho is ready and willing to
manufacture into boots and shoes, for any
and nil persons who are willing to puy the
highest cash prices. His shop is on 20th
street, opposite tho Court House hotel
As Locusts. Tho Charter Ouk Stoves
are becoming such universal favorite?, and
aro making their way into so many house
holds, that it looks as if they woro destined
to cover tho face of tho land us the locusts
of Egypt. Unliko them, however, tiny aro
blessings instead of plagues, and wo wish
epcod to tho consummation.
For Sale. A good buggy will bo sold
cheap forcush ; mny bo usod for ono or
two horses. Any person desiring to pur
clmso will And it to their interest to call
on tho subscriber, at tlio cornor of Tenth
and Walnut streets. Wm. Rerhy.
Notion. A meeting of the board of di
rectors of tho Hough and Heady Firo Co
will bo hold at tho ofllco of tho Cairo Rul-
i.etin for organization Saturday evening,
Juno 2lth. A full attendance Is earnestly
Twenty-Five cents. This amount
will buy a bottlu of Mrs. "Whitcomb's Syr
up, tlie groat soothing remedy for all dis
cuses Incident to Infants and children,
Wantud, A womun to run a Sl
Bur's muchlng, for u fw days on family
ewlng. Apply at this office, or No, 32,
Tenth strxet. IV
THE HALEY CASE.
a nir.i.tofts .tuuY roun gallons op
WINK, WHISKY 1IY THE TINT, AND 1IKKB
ii y a nnKWKnv, ovk.k which to dis
cuss thk Line or a i kllow-citizkn.
Wo had supposed that tho " rough and
rugged " western justice which decided
tho lives of prisoners by a gnmo of "old
alodgo," " tossing coppers," or "drawing
s'.rnws,'' hnd ceased to exist, or existed
only in tho mind of thoso who would ere
ate a laugh at tho expenso of truth. To
bolicvo that the old spirit still, partially,
survives, one has but to read tho fol
lowing affidavit of a radical offloor who
had in chargo tho jury In tho Hulcy-Uur-rington
case, tried in Mound Cily lust
HtateofllllnoU, PnU.ld County, nr.
This affidavit duly sworn, doposes and
says: "That he is tho officer who bad
chargo of tho jury on tho trial of John W.
Haley, under indictment for murdor:
that the said Jury did go to the Hal
Champetro and did drink beer; but not
very much ; that thoy did go to tho brow
cry and drank beer in tho back room:
nnd went to Jogol's saloon and drank boor
at the bur. And tho affidavit further
says : " Tlint ho carried wlilsky by the
bottle to tho jury, bin does not know now
much; that tho said Jury got whisky
from llallorbcrg's by tho pint, and had
more than four gallons of wine in their
room, but it was sour wlno, and no stron
ger than lemonade. And affidavit says
that tho Jury played cards in their room
frequently during the trial. This affida
vit says that ho furnished strong drink
and curds to tho jury honestly belloving
thoy woro entitled to rcasnnublo refresh
mcnt. (Signed, Ac.)
Thij was submitted in a now trial for
Haley, and try) court granted it. It
speaks volumoi for jury duty undor a gen
tioman whoso viows of what 'constitutes
" refreshments," aro broad enough to sat
isfy Hie jollicst Dick Swlvellcr in tho
land. In him, Pulaski county lias a
Jowcl, and jurors thereabouts, a delight
fully ''soft thir.g."
Tho house heretofore occupied by Pat
rick Fitzgerald, on Ohio Lovco betwoen
fourth nnd Sixth streets. This house. If
not tho best business house Is certainly
oneof tho best stands in Cuiro. It fronts
tho principal steamboat binding and is
near the Illinois Central railroad depot.
Also the second floor of tho same building
suitably arranged for office?. Apply next
dcor nt Robert Smyth & Co's. wholesulo
grocery storo. If
Tho railroad committee will meet at tho
city council chamber to-night at half-post
7 o'clock. A full attandance is requested
D. T. Likkoak,
June 20, 1871- Chairman.
CANS I CANS 1 1 CANS 1 1 1
Pivo hundred dozn No. 1 Tin FRUIT
CANS AT THE NEW-YORK ST0RF, at $1.00
per dozen. Largest wholesale and retail
stock in the city.
Urf.ely & Partkk.
Hamilton's Ruchu and Dandelion, as
good an article as Ilolmbold's Ruchu and
for Jr.i.i money, for sale at P. O. Schuh's
drug store. my24tf
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL 11UKM, Frt.idtnt;
KOBF.RT W. MILLER, Vice.prp-I.leiiti
C. N. HUnilEH, Caahltr.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
IXCHANflE, coin, bank not, and United
It .Stairs ttpcuritliti bought nnd sold.
liilrreHl AIIohmI on Time DepoNll.
ClinrlrrtMl Mnrcli 31, 1H0.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO.
A. II. SAKKORD. I'rPnidPnt;
S. H. TAYLOR, Vlcp-I'rp.iilpnti
W. IIYMLOI', Bopretary nnd TreasurPr.
P. W. IlAan.AV,
W. I'. Hallidai,
K. St. HiocKri.r.ni,
R, .M. COMMIIIAU,
J, SI, Piiii.1 us.
DtmoNll of any Aiuoiml Rrrl vil Iron.
Ten renin lipwarsl.
INTKRKsT paid on deposlta at the ralcol alx
percent, per annum, March l.t and Spptom.
l.ar lai. Intprp.tnol withdrawn 1 added Imina
dlately to the prinoipitl of the deponlta, thertby
glvlni; flim compound Interest.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
mi that so ust r.wr. can ihaw it.
f l,,n pvorv Itlialne.H (lav from 0 a.m. to ,1 p.m..
and (Saturday eyeninK lor HA VINO IIKPOSITH
only, irom s to a o piock.
niiSoif W. I1YSLOP, Treasurer,
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. 1IAI.LIDAY, President!
A. II. 8AFFORD, Cashier
WALTER HVSI.OP, Assistant Cashier.
HtsatsTsiiiui, Rohkut H. CrasisoiiAH,
Hi. ITT WlllTr, W. I . IIAI I IDA! ,
(In), 1 1. Viiiiam.ih, HTreiiris Hikii,
A. H. Haiioiiii.
lixrhnntce, t'uln mid Vullrsl NIhIcm
ioiiI UuuKlit wild Nolil.
-rvKPCWITB reoeiyed, and a o'lltrsl bauklDf
1 VWIIW uuue,
OLOSI1TC3- OUT -AT COST I
The puLli.' are hue by nntini-d Ihsl Hip law nnd niiu,nlliPCr.t fiocl; ol
DK V -GOODS,
HOOTS, SIIOKS, HATH, (.'Al'S, NOTIONS, HT(V,
ll Innglni; to (hp polate of ih late
SOOTT "W 13l X T UD
WILL RE SOLD AT COST,
AT THK OLD STAND, t'OllNHH
CjIIO, - - -
rkwit!jftjik con ditATn "
CITY NATIONAL RANK,
At Caiio, In llm State of lllinoi., at il.c (,",,( of
liil.lnep., June luih, 1S7I.
Loans and dmcounts
U.M. lionda to i-ecufoelrciilatlon
" on hand
Oilier Mock., bond ami ninrUiKe...
Due from redeeming and
re.PTTP agent- .... bi;,i m
Due from other National
Uanka . !w,r,7i pi
Due from other Hank, and
1 1 1, in m
4, WW SS
Check, and other Ct.li
Items f,,'im r.
Hill, of other Natloual
llAnk.... In,i;ii i.i
Fractional currency laid
nloklea 3,7: r.i
Specie 10,477 at
Legal Tender Hotel .. .VV.
. tie 1,414 78
Capital lii paid in .SlUl.lnl lit
Hiirilii. fund 2', i"') ui
Kxchangp J 4,14 KJ
Interest la.VOO 1.4
Profit andlo.a IV.'ill M 41.0S7 In
Circulation ouif l.imliui;. li)
lndlTidilalilepo.it. Jul.'JTC 1,1
Inie to Hank, and Hanker- ii,;.' U7
Total ....SSI,41I 43
Hlattof tlllnola, Alexander County, s.
I, A. 1). Haflord, Caihler ot the Cily National
Rank, of Cairo, do solemnly .wear that (he noote
taiement I. true to Ihe l-t of my knowledire
and belief. A . H. HAFKOIII), Ca.lner.
Bubacntied and aworn lo lfore me, thi. 11th
day of June, U7iT II. II.CAMir.K.
Correct Atte.t. Notary Public.
W. P. HALLIDaT.
R. If. (.U.I.NINflllASI,
U. I'. WII.I.1AMSMN,
or th r roaDif lux or tnr
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
At the CTo.e of Ilasliip. on tho loth dy of
Loaniiand dlcount. $ K,HM 70
Uyerdrafts 1,141 !i
U. 8, bond. to lepiire circulation. l,'i l"i
tl. H. iKiuda and .H-urltlea on
hand :!,310 i.,
Other bond., .locks and inorl-
ei .... 9,'M 0
Due from redeemiuK and rump
atntH. 7,'77 It
Due Irom other national hanka 1,V,1 i
Due from other bank, and hunker. 1,111 71
Real Estate I-.'.UI 1. 1
Kurnlturn and fixture. :i,77U 41
Ca.h Item., Including' roienue
fitamps 12.1 (it
Current expense. . .'.v, 31
Cash on hand (coin) $ 2.123 47
Currency 34.7S2 ss :n;,!.; r.
ExchiinRe $ C22 60
Interest - l.aw S7
Profit and loss CI7 20
Circulation out. landing
IndiTldual deposit. -
Duo to National Hanks,..
1 M 2H
fibite nf Illinois, County of Alexander, s.
I, Daniel Hurd, President of the First Nuiomil
Hank ot Cairo, do nolemnly swear Hint tlie ahor
atiiteineotis true to the best of my knoxloJaje aad'
belief. D. HURD, President.
Subscribed and sworn lo before me, Ihl. I "111
day of June, A. I'. 1871.
CHAH. CUNNlN'flHAM, Notary Public.
Correct attest- .1. T. RENNIE,
HOIIT. IV. SlILLI'H,
Harins recently added all
the foul a of the latpst style,
of card and circular type
to our already full nnd
lompleto assoitment, ue
take pleasure in announc
ing to our readers that we
lo all kinds of Job work,
Id the moit artistic H)le,
" "look T(5" vomi" oii rii7mV en."
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY,
Cures colio and Krll'l"
fa the liowela, and ;
ICllliaiea sue '
riiibduea nonm 7'
andoyercomea all ills
nu. incident to lu-
uuree uiarrnea, hi.'u'
(ery nnd summer com
plaint In chlldienol nil
Ilia the arent Infant's nnd Children's Sooth lag
nimedy In all illsordera brought on by Teethinn
or any other cause. Prepared by the
(JRAFTON MEDICINE CO., fit. Louis, Mo.
Hold by DruKgtnU and Dealers In Medicine
SIXTH STIUIKT AND OHIO I.KVI
MILS. HI'O'IT Will I'll.
I!. S. II AHllllLL,
I) MA LHR JN I'THNlTri.
HOUS.'.; FURNISHING GOODS'
I80 cv 187 Commercial A vein
(Ml HO, ILLINOIS.
I SI SI I (JKA.Vr T I Cli I1TK.
I N.MAN LINK.""
I.yeri0bl, Nework find I'hll.idelptiu
, .,,,R.r, I IT r 11 STST,. AM' Skill
For Carrying, the Malls.
for passaTTk TK'KKTS
on URTiirn isniHMiTM.x
APPLY TO JOHN G. I1AI.K. A,n
l.vi llrna-lway, New York, or to
II. II nu
Vlil Vahliiloii Airniie, Cairo, HI11101.
FOR SALF.,") For Hale i FOR SALF.
FOR SA LK. J Fur Kile 1 FOR SALK
Faro from Livkhi-ooi,
Faro from Londonderry,
Fare from Gi.asiiow,
Fan- from (iUKKNSTowv
TO CAIRO, : : : $ I H 2
Half.inl, Slorria A Canih-e, AkIiIs
I'.e Ihe.e idv. and iye Time, Health am
lloo.j. (l.ls.l RBW .Mill f.ir Lay cue of dl.ea-l
IIS. UK IIAI iOI.HK. IIAI,
SAMS, .Sot. i i, an th.l
create.! Mo-MilTf. known.
i"'. - .....
EI. I XI It DAM OUR Ii Hit
(rraU-t Tunic and Aatrlnreni
In the Medical Ll.l. III. Rl
I nfT llcrosiiM nrr ,.u, wtirminj ui Lure all
fu...tkl.i,. an. I I...t1l finn . lull if. .n.rtntM.h
to rffect a Kallral and H(eedy Cure In all cam foi
ment Im I1II11I. Teni of thouand yearly recoya.
by tlx ir U'S vrlm hire loit all hoi, and bat-TiTo.
r.,lt. . I
T I ' I ; II ' I I A I ' V I ' I I I I 1 1, .V
a an. 1 1 m . iiir jiri 1
razor, .insraure ai 11100,1 runner auowo, rr
miTM all m'tcur frm the lyittn, aa4laye
iifnn 1 "P rmi tvsv
HIUllVU ij llUUll'ili
tiui,', j'.heumatliia In all Hi furmi, and
.It., I mm-.. 11. rnlOf In all ra.ei.
Price of liber No. I or 2, 4)J j.r bottle, or tro
W I. II I ll I t l''V.' I 1 I I I I I Ii'
dtr.inj!fi:KnH I'rlce tl r botUe.
T)l KICHAU'S OOLDKiT
JL- ELIXIR IV.UIOI'K, a radical cm for
a J AXTlllllTi:. a radical cure l)r all uri?ar
joiiinr; Icipirtlu; rneriry with wonderful effect.
Wlf.. 4.S I..-. I.r.iil .r turn tar i'i.
..crtMi. or ociinrai iicuiuir, iu vr
On recel.t of p-lcf. thene remeillea will Ix
ldid to any pi ac. Prompt attention paid tc
all carrtapowfent.. None ccnulne without tin
lum.of "Hit. Itirll.M S Col.DE.V REMEDIES,
D. II, ItlL'HAUIlS. S.il Proprietor," blown lu
gl.i.s of bottle 1.
Clrcnlars rent. (: iiel it a-Jlueral
Adlrc, DU. 1). r "I '.I,.D, 22?4Varlel
t'rect, .Vw Y'"
llironxli I'niti llrtti.oll .,.l ..tl uill in..l ulll
nu loss lei niawii
WANT HI), AGENTS.
,J ' . , " llv.r, n,,. i.muiri ... iiou,,ii.n ,i,
Mnlilnn. Tilly tmiMilr... will utlli.h l.r.m.fll
....I. l.l S I.I ...l ....II. I 1 1. 1 , .
rnuri iuH'nor iiiaiiuer. 1 new ouiy cjl-i, runj
UI I i.lll 11 1UI ll.r, .roil., on win .itjr f(w.i im
lir.,1 .nnr,. al..,!.. ur.... ,l.n. ..... I. ...nt .. ,1,.
"i-.i:isuu i.uck niiicii. r.s'ers' .eeonii aiucncn
l.n -of. nn.l ulll ll.A ,.lnll. 1 Il.l n..nr,
inoiiliinnd expenses, or commission from ulurh
... ...... 1. I.. .'. .I.mil.,.
n, ,,,,,, I1UIIIIKI', , , U.T aUL'11,1. CIJtUG.'-'I'l I
K'ld leruis, apply to or Address,
C. IIOWKHS A CO ,
LlfiHiiriicpHtreet. I'hllnilelnbla, P.i.
IV. iiiot miiuijii, inn ii,' iiiiiui'. rui .-iiuiiixi-
I mmmv I In tint, l.n limmiied iinmi liv nfhel
i,i, 1 1 ii'i, I i:i lining ui! w uiiinrni. n un iiiu. iii.i.
miner me same name or ouieruise. uurs is un-
.....II.. ...,..tn..l ,l,..,,(.lU.l.ln,l
Hlale of Illinois, Alexander county, ss. Aitxanui-i
county circuit court.
Mnmiiul Klnala Tnvlnr and llitwln I'arsOUS. T rUS.
Ipps orthe Cairo City Properly is. Thomas 11
Kllis. Hill to enforce Vendor's Lien.
Public notice Is hereby Riven that In pursiinm e
of a decree enterod of record in Ihe nboyo ent i
tled can. e in aald courtonlhe third ttayorMftich,
A. D, 1S7L L John (J. Ilurman, Master in Chan
cery for said eourt, Mill, on Friday, tlio Willi day
of June, Mil, at tlio hour of lu o'clock, a.m., of
a.ild dsy, sell at publio auction to tho highest
olddcr, for cash, nt the iltor of the Court House,
in the city of Cairo, in said county, thu followiju
described reul estate, aitunte iu tho county of
Alexander and Htale of Illinois, to.vtlti Lots
minbered aeyen (7) nnd eight (it) in block num
bered twenty-four (21), also all that portion ol lot
nine (li) In said block numbered twenty-four (21)
tvielvo (12) feet six (I1J inches vtldo and M fifty
feet long abutting nnd Joining upon aald lota mini
bered seven (71 nnd ehjht (K) together with all the
rlKlita of way nnd pissago tu 7th street in the cily
ot Cairo, Illinois, over and upon that portion ol
said lot nnmbered nine (!U lying and being bo
fween that portion of same lot conveyed by com.
plalnant lo defendant nnd lot numbered ten in
al 1 block numbered tw enty-four (21), ilieiiorllou
of lot numbered nine (UJ conveyed m uluri'aii
beinK formed by a division ofanld lot loimitudi.
nally and extemllng from Hovcnlli afreet m aald
Cily ot Cairo lo thu Hoiitheastwardly line of said
lot numbered aeven (7) proJucod aoutlnu'stcrly
all ot said land, lituafe in the city nfOilro, county
of Alexander and State of Illlnoia, together with
all and singular tho tenement and hereditament
(hereunto lielonKlno. (A deed of conveyance will
be executed to tho purchaser ou llieilay of sale, I
JOIINQ. HAltMAN. Master lu Chancery
Cuiro, Ills., June Tlh, t7l.