TIME TAIILE or Til ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
On nd after Knnday, May 14lh, 171, the follow
ng umcrsMn gown the arrival and depart
ure of pssungtr train, at Cairo I
Dtpml-Mtil train, dally 4.0) a.m.
4 rmi )M i.tit it .'""
Kipress. dally, except Hunday aol,K'
dinif f' -,.- from Olro to Chicago hlcnt
rr 'r.K iloo'n sleeping car. on '"''' ,rAUH
n hcked to!l Imports"' wlnta.
CAIRO A.VP MOUND CITY
Wilt make three trip
ltirllO MOtXD CITI
., am I Jl l"'imMtiwiiimlliUll
At 1 SO........ ........p.rs. .......p.m.
Fare each ar. " ln tlekot for 2 fo.
WlflTa" he nailed. ny food Intermedlaic
andinglorpa.senrersor freight, noviltf.
EVANSVILLE AND CAIHO,
Ot'8 FOWLER.. -..Matter
Wih leave Cairo for Evansnlle every Sunday and
Thnrstfay evenings, at 6 oVloeJ, p.m. ror
ff.,,or passage, apply on fflfa, HU
CAIRO AND PADUCAII
MAIL II OAT.
The splendid steamer
J of Fowler, Mnntrr.
ses Olro iVtt.V, (inly" excepted) at 4
in. Fjr Irauhtjr pie anplj onboardor
JAS. llimiN, Ak'I.
t'lirnbrrlrtnil Itlvrr racket's
NASHVILLE, CLAHKSVILLE AND
Tho splendid f (earner
TOM HAK5IAN.Ma.lfr ALF.X. HARD Clerk
Will leave Cairo everr Thursday at S o'cloe Ic p.m.
forCl.ikivllIe, and Nashville. For frmht or
passaze, apply on board or to
JAS BI0(3i, Ag'l.
NASHVILLE. CLARKSVILLE AND
The gallant steamer
OWkS DAV13...Maiter I Clerk
Will leave Cairo erery Baturdar at & o'clock p.m.
for Naahtilie, Clarkirillc and all way polnti. For
freight or paxare apply on tmard nr to
JauJlf. JAS. DKiGS, Ag't.
n as ii vYliTel'o L 'iK S VILLE and
Tlie ijood Meamer
Wll.ET SlHM.VU,Ur l-
Will kate Cairo every M mday .it 6 ltK.k, p.m.
for Nashville, and all way oU For freight or
jiakKe, aj'pir on uoaru r 10
i a u
JAS. BtGG, Agl.
FOR SALE, For Salo j FOR SALE,
FOR SALE. J f orS
i For Unit
I run BAijr..
Fare from Liverpool,
Fare from LoscsuEnr.T
Fare from Glasoow,
"Fare from Queenstown
TO CAIRO, :::::::: f4S'20
SaSord, Morrn A Ca
Liverpool .New.Tork and I'lilUdilphia
bi coxrucr with rxino iMrjiu ctiriu
For Carrjinx in MU.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcatuta larotxtviox,
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Act.:
13Uroadway, Xew.Vork, or to
II. II o II l I ,
Wathlngton Avenue, Cairn. noin. 51
Th Illinois Central ILvl Itoil Compmy now
?r.'.or,'.1t.th,?lloI,n2d"crll'"' '' in
Addition to the City of Cairo, vii :
'-of tock a. It II (dock K.
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" 3 " r.', -j: . l','
Kor.tr,m'l' apply' JAMfS) JOHNSON',
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
RESIDENCE-.No. 21 Thirteenth .trftt. be.
oh.L T Us,,,D""i avenue and Walnut Mrett
Oftee-lii Commercial atenue. up Mair".
0. W. DUNNING, M. J).
R J,1 K-VCE co rnerNi nt h and Walnut t
K. S. lUUGHAM, M. 1)., "
Orricis, 130 CoMMKiiciAv. '
Office hour;, S to 10 a.m. and 1 to 3 urn. w
dence o. It Klnth atreet, Cairo 111. ' VlecStfT
ALLEN, MULKKV & WHEELER
John Jl.Mulkey, V
tPy'brll,mJ.r.rttCOtl0a PS"1 l rl,er uJ,J
orpmp nA. k..i ..... . .
w.v. riii,nnmMI iiflnic. unio Levet,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. een, 1
WilMP.f liiirs rt f UAI. "."NOW.
onio levee, rooms 1 and 8 ovek
wn national hank.
eii.'. UliAULES HOTEL,
P.D. REXFOHD pro'pr,ulor
COISIB OHIO tMH itti .1(0X1, ir,
The 0;ity Firtt-CUm lluim in the Ciiu.
Htrcluu. ' "i'L ZWa
i.... sVosliir-N.lii.v. 'rliMrl'J.v n,Ml
Mxu.lt, It), II ami I a.
CHARLES M.u'EVOi fc
I ln.ir.ilini tho scenery, miile nnd antiquities ol
Ir.l ind. A new dramatic cpiido entitled
beinfl nstoty of lore, life and frolic In the Enter
., and rcplelo with sonj" nnd dances, w III
ii ii, If tod hr the llliiernienn Comedy Com-
psm-Pan. MorrK .Mwle p. .Mscl.toy. Miss Jo
sle Moiri, Ml" Katellslpln, Mr. Dan. Dougher-
lr unties jinci.Tuy.
Ailm non : cents.
Ihior open nl T; com
Ineiiee m o'.'lnek.
- rn 1
I'ulilNlietl every morning, Mondny ex
Geo. Fisher, collector of custom!
this port, if absent, fnun tlie city.
Sjo U, S. ifnrrell'a new nJvcrtisemcnt
umAliet column of to-day's OuLLETin.
Leteverytody go to tho lecture to.
night. It will be one of the most interest
ing of the course.
The Cairo and Nashville packets have
commenced in nis r5ia. niu. jiih
Sol. Silver, a,;etit for the Memphis and
St. Isuis packet company, at this place, is
a success in his line.
There was a meeting of the city coun
cil last night. The proceedings will be
Tho Padticah ICnttacl.ian lays there
were somo country people io that town on
last Monday. That's strange!
If anything happened yesterday
worthy of special mention, wo "failed to
liour of U.
The Turners are making preiftnitfons
for a grand ball and supper, to como off
come time in February. Sorport int..
The umount wcMsary to pay the sal
nrie? of tho city officials of tho city cf
Paducnh is SWUrt. This sum includes tho
plico force of thu city,
Oolltdny's next monthly drawing will
tako place at LouUvlllu, on tho U2l Inst.
L(lin, at tho postotllec, is tho ngont for the
tale of tickets in this city.
Fred. Koehler, tho butoher, yesterday
drove through tho strips of the city, to
hi slaughter pen, us iJuo a lot of beef cat
tlf as ono could wiUb to look at.
HusinoM wk the loreo yesterday was
brisV. Tho nQtt was lined with freight,
and stcarrjjoas loiwling here, had no difll
cully is, getting all they could carry.
We-hoar it stated that tho rock in thu
rivtr noar tho point, known n Ilucon
.rock," is to bo removed. Cant. DiiL'an. of
tho teurnor Kckort, Is U undortako tho
Ri'V. Mr. Tliayor, tho now pastor of
tho Presbyterian church, will preach in
-...uvrow, mornin' and even-
at tho usual hour, of holding tur.
-TIr,l,MWl 11 wonderful scatter-
niteen and tweuw , ,
within the last tv,,'J: '0ft U' ch
Tho St. ClmrliM hotel,
Semont of P. I). Rexford, fctho ""n
most popular institution, and u1'""0. "
stop thero oneo never fall to cobaTk Jf
in tho city. BU4-hon
Mr. Ctias. 11. Rami.
tho New York Herald,
, -ws.vsjrwHUUlU (Jl
' York Un.l 1,,.,,.... wr
Detroit J'rer I'm,, and Chicago Journal
paid us n visit yesterday. Mr, Red ift
for down tho rivor on tho now steamer
Tho St. Louis papers all spoak in flat
tering torms of MncEvoy's lllboriilci,..
which Is now on exhibition at tho Temple
In lliul Ml.. 'I'l... 1111 t ... '
vj. iiiu iiiuurnicoil Will 01)011 at
tno Athoneum in this city, on next Tucs
Thirty cents 11 week will ,ecuro a pol
icy for ono thousand dollars in tl)0 Lf0
Association of America. A good Invest
mont for u young man. For particulars
apply to Carl L. Thomas, special ngont.
-Thorowas but ono caso boforo his
honor, 'Squlro simnncsBVi ye,lcrdll- A
Ktlcmafromtnccount WM u
THE CAIRO DAILY
I for fust riding through tho Hnel of tho
city. Having no money, u win iiu w
tho calaboose for sflvoit dnys.
VVhorcafO you going? To tho placo
number S3, Ohio lovce, whoto they keep
l),o lcst fresh oyetors, fish and game, n!iJ
i ho Illicit wine?, liquors nnd cigars to bt
found In tho cltv. Oiicn at nil hour?, d'
or night. J. E. Pauks
Tho next fociablo of tho ladles' benov
olcnl focloty, will bo hold at tho rec idenco
of Mrs. II. F. Clark, on Commercial nve
nuc, over C. W. Hondorson's store, on
Motidny evening next. .Tho public ate In
vited to attend.
Tho Pulnski ',1Wof (ays: "On a
Into visit to Cairo wo wero struck with
tho Increased business appearance of tho
city. Steamers, thick Mid numerous, of
tho largest capacity, lay r.t her wharvc.
Trado seemed lively, especially on tho
On next Sunday ovcnlng, at tho Atbc
neiim, Prof. Denton will deliver a free
lecture. Subject: "Tho Method of Self
Culture." Let nil who can, bo in nltend
ante, and henr an instructive, as well ns
bcautlfullv worded lecture.
The people of Shawncetown aro using
their endeavors to Induce Miss Dr. Saf
ford to lecture in that town. They can
sccuro tho services of no lecturer who
will give moro general satisfaction, or
deliver n more Interesting lecture.
Tho St. Louis Ti'mM says, "(he citi
zens of Paducah are moving actively in
favor of the proposed air lino extension of
tho Mississippi Central railroad from Jack
son to that place." Call It tno "wttui
line," for "wiml 'ls about ull Vuducah over
gavo any railroad enterprise.
Great inducements to any ono wish
ing to buy n first-class piano or organ.
E. & W. liuder offer their entire stock in
tho piano and organ lino at tho actual
cost of the instruments. They are desir
ous of closing out tho stock so that they
may use the room for jewelry manufactur
Those per.-ons doing business in
tho city who have not renewed their
license for the year 18:!, had better look
sharp. They have only to-day left, for on
.Monday, those who have neglected to at
tend to this important duty will be reques
ted to walk up to tho captain' office and
settle for their dereliction.
Ho I for Hally I
New Store! New Goods!
Rest assortment of
Cooking nnd Heating Stovc3
ever brought to Cairo,
on Washington nvenue, three doors above
Mr. H. T. Gcrould has procured tho
services of a boll hanger, who will attend
to all calls for work in his lino with prompt
ness. Hell hangings repaired, ropes ad
justed, etc., in tlrst class order. Leave or
ders at Mr. Gorould's office, Winter's
block, corner Seventh street and Com
mercial avenue. dec.'Jl-d-tf.
Morgan of tho Shtwnoetown Gazetlt,
is just new engaged In a lively
tilt with somo of the drunken
printers of that town. He
wont allow a drunken printer to work in
nisomcc. Ana no in right. 11 all pro-
prictots 'wero to adopt u similar rule,
thero would ba fower of '.hese drunken
wretchc, and n good many better
The new bridge over Caeho river, at
Unity, will lo finished by Monday next.
It was tho pinion of many persons that
Mr. 1 tollman, tho contractor, could not
build such a bridge ns the contract called
for at his bid, SI, 750. Hut tho bridge will
be completed within tho time specified,
and is pronounced by those who have ex
amined the work to bo a good and sub
Prof. Denton, Mr. U. R. Woodward
and Dr. llrigham visited .Mound City yes
terday. From .Mound City they walked
to the mouth of Cacho river, giving tho
professor an opportunity to examino the
soil, stone, forrests, etc., nlong tho route.
Mr. Denton has alio been around tho
leveus surrounding Cairo. Ho is of tho
opinion that tho ground on which Cairo In
b,uilt is made ground, but that it has been
made it goixl many hundred yuan.
Tho Ruder llrothor;, cornor Eighth
streiit nnd Washington avotiuo, havo re
ceived 11 brim-now lot of tho latest-styled
breait-pins, car-rings, finger rings, brae
lets watches, clocks, etc., mid, ln ito thu
public to call and inspect tho Btock. They
aro also agents for Mmi Davis' sowing 11111
obinv, Ilurdettorga-isnnd St. Louis pianos,
and otl'ur to thu public tho best bargains to
bo obtained ut any placo in Southern Ill
inois. Tho second parochial reeeptiou by tho
Rov. and Mrs. Coan, was held on tho ovo
nlng of tho Uh Inst., and was a very joy
ous occasion. Tho parishioners nnd friends
of Rector Coan and his estimable lady
wore present In largo numbers. Tho mu
Hlc, both Instrumental and vocal, wv beu.
tiful, nnd thu refreshments wure pnrtnkcn
of with a rcliidi that spoku louder than
words in tholr praiso. Tho lti-otor and his
lady woro tendered tho best wishes of all,
ntthls-, tho opening of tho year.
Wo havo no hesitation in rtu,nimcnd
ing William Ehlers, boot and shoo maker
as worthy of most libernl patronano. Wo
know whereof wo speak when wo say nu
-AWork Is 1I01111 In
1 . " tlllUI uv mu
1 lu,!St nrl rns lfn Il4fia , 1. .flii. ii. 1....
est nriena. Ilo 11. n n..ilii,i,. 1,,,, .1..
I . I " - -- 5 wiv bliu
tho dTd10''1' ''0 cftMm)l k oxcollcfl In
fiw 'ftask of making an exact Ut.
rtrwe1 "hop . Vurontlolb
Poplar struct, no uk""10" "T"0 ind
Jho colored peoj.lo of thu m(
just now enjoying something r ' J' "r
tlon, in the ay of a law suit for bronchTr
promlii.tuin.irry. Lucy Speed, a colored
damsel, has brought suit against o,10
ftamuel Humphreys, for breach of prom
Iso. Lucy claiines that hor aHectionj have
been damaged to tho amount of ono thou
sand dollars, and usks thu Aloxamlor
county circuit court, to compel Samuel to
pay her that nmount. Tho trial will bo
an interesting one, and of which our read
ors shall havo a full report.
-W. G, Robinson nnd wife, Now York i
Chas. W. Espy, Cnpt. Jos. Good, O. L
Stevenson, E. 0. Prince, SL Louis j
Albcol E. Well, -Mound City! V '
Scbuce, Paducah; Wm. S. Holloway,
Henderson; 0. E. Conner, Cincinnati.
C. Huston, St. Calhnmev, K.J. Reynolds.
Chicago! Sain'l. T. Atwalor and wife,
Memphis ; Mr. Curtis, Now 'Orleans,
John ICcnyon, HulValo; .Mrs. C. Hamilton,
.Mobllo; j. P. C'timm!n, Manhattan
Island; W. W. Chirk, Cincinnati! woro
nmong the arrivals at tho St. Charles yes
terday. --Mr. It. S. Hnrrcll.l having secured
rooms in Thornton's brick block, on Tenth
street, botweon Washington nnd Commer
cial nvonuc", has re-opencd and Is now
offering for sale ono of tho most complcto
assortment" of furniture, consisting of par
lor, library, saloon, chambor, dining room
sets, mattresses, bedding, nnd a general
lino of house-furnlshlng goods, ever
brought to this city. Mr. Harrcll oilers to
soli his goods cheaper tha.i any other
houso in town, or within fllty miles of
it. Ho is well known to tho peoplo of this
community, and if ho says ho will sell his
goods at tho lowest living lates, tho peo
plo know ho will do so. Seo his card In
It is true that Ulnnkonburg's Excel
sior saloon is now one ot tho Institutions
of the city. All drinkers who UUu runlly
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, beer,
etc. go to tho Excolslor s1oon,'whlcli Is
fitted up In splendid style. Elankcnburg
who knows how to keep a saloon, s prends
n fine frco lunch overy morning and eve
ning, and, ns ho forcibly expresses it,
'Sweetens tho lunch with music." Ho
has employed tho services of n first-rato
pianist, who makes tho grand piano
which stands in ono end of tho saloon
speak out in musical tones. Everybody
is invited. The best order is maintained
and all Improper characters suppressed
with neatness, cheapness and dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that the .Excelsior saloon
is at the corner of Washington avenue and
Several days ago wo published an Item
to tho effect that a lady, while sitting in
the ladies' room nt tho I. C. R. R. passen
ger station in this city, was robbed of her
pocket book nnd all tho money she pos
sesscd. Wo got our information concern
ing tho matter from Detective Joe Arnold,
and at the time considered It reliable. Wo
aro now convinced that It isnmistako, nnd
that no robbery occurred at the station
that night, as will bo seen from tho follow
Agent'K Ofhce I. C. 11. B. Co.
Cairo, January J, 1973.
J. H.O.tiiT. Esc. :
Deak Sin : In vour piper of yesterday
rou eay that a lady, while sitting in tho
ladies' room of tho passenger depot on tho
night of tho 3d in't., lost nor pocket-book
and all her money. This is the first that
anv one connected with the road knew of
it. A ou havo been, I am satisfied, wrong
fullv informed. That thero nro thieves
and all sort" of scoundrels nbout tho de-
ot, moro or less, all tho time, no ono de
nies ; but the robbing is new to us.
Jame !Ioii.non, Agt.
BUSINESS IS BUSINESS-
ir. levy a co.'s l-Rirni.isT the iiiohet
M VKK ET 1-ntCE".
llio lirm of II. J.ivy ic jj , orno
levee, dealers in furs, ot all decriptIon
hide, tallow,feathers, wool, etc., ore build
ing up n trado and earning for themsol
ves n bu-iness reputation second to no
houso in the city. In their dealings with
their customers, thoy nro honorable and
upright, representing only facts. For
articles in their lino thoy pay the highest
cash prices. Holow will bo found a list of
the articles in which they deal, together
with tho ruling prices In this market :
Mink r,0 to ?'J Of)
P.accoon 10 to GO
Jlusk rats f, to 12
AS'lldcat 10 to -10
Ottr 1 00 to C U
Reavor Co to 05
Rear skins Ii 00 to COO
HIDES I'Elt I'OL'NII.
Deer skins 20 to :i0
Hoof hides, dry Hint 17 to 181
" " green salt ! to 11 j
Cair hides PJ to 11
OTHER AHTICI.ES l'EK I'OUND.
Tallow r, to 73
Feather no to (i.r,
Wool 25 to or,
lions wax J5 to 'J8
Tho above quotations nru subject to cor.
SECOND QUARTERLY MEETING-
Tho Rev. W. .1. Grant, presiding elder
of Cairo district, find it necessary to
hold tho second quarterly meeting of this
charge noxt Saturday and Sunday, Janu
ary Oth and Uh, 1871. Tho sorvi'co will
begin on Saturday uvonlng at 7 o'clock,
in thu Methodist church. Tho Rev.
Strnngo iirooks, of Metropolis, will bo
presont and preach Saturday ovenine.-,
Sunday morning nt 10J o'clock, and Sun
day owning nt 7 o'clock.
Tho sacrumont of tho Lord's supper will
bo administered ntthocloso of tho Sabbath
Everybody is Invited to attend this so
ries of muutiiiga.
FitEi). L. Thomson, Pastor.
For tho accommodation of porsons
wishing to tako outlloonso for 1872, 1 will
ho at tho ofllco of I. Waldor, cornor Sixth
street and Ohio Lovce, ovcry evening
during tht week, commencing Monday,
January Ut and ending Satur.lav, Janu
(try Oth, to rccolvo monoy for tho'intno.
'J-Ta VLon, city Treasurer.
Notice. Tho best entertainment n
tho city is at tho St. Nicholas hotel, saloon
nnd restaurant. Tho best music that can
hi had violin and piano. Good lunch
overy -morning nnd night. All of tho
cst brnmH of cigars, and tho best St
imls lagur beer, always fresh and nlco.
ulvo us a call.
Hauuy Walkeii. Proprietor.
MAimuoE OU),j.Inl0r01tillg Work
numerou., cngravl,,,.,, 2-, pn,e8, Vdcc
CO cents Address Lr'. Butts' Dispensary
mo s K,iihth Klrcet- st- I
JIo. Seo Advertisement. tf
JANUARY 0, 1872,
A HANDSOME .STEAMBOAT.
THE NEW HTEAMKH (j'tTV or HELENA.
Tho .Memphis and H't. Louis packet
company's now and boaullful slcnmer,
City of Helena, arrived at tins port yes
tcrday about noon. Shortly nfior landing,
her cabin was visited by n multitude of
peoplo who wero desirous of gotilnc: u
gllmpo nl' her cabin nnd Its beautiful
furniture. Her cabin is elaborately
carved nnd painted, while furniture, car
pet, etc., aro of tho most costly man
ufacture. Her staterooms havo boon
furnished with oxqulslto taste, and with nn
oyo singlo to tho comfort of those who may
tako passago on her. In tho ladles cabin
Is a bountiful now piano, tho gift of tho
citizens of Helena, after which city sliu has
Tho City of Helena was built nt Mndl
son, Indiana, ntacost of $120,001). Her
modol nnd build Is slmiliar to that of tho
(tenners Grand Tower nnd City of Vlcks
burg, nnd of about tbo samo dimensions.
This is her maiden trip, and wo predict for
her a brilliant future.
She is commanded by Capt. J. II.
McKce, with Will. T. Povor4ln tho office,
nnd James Parker and Josoph Carroll,
The ntu,Unco , ,i.0 Alhenenm
last night to hcarv-of. Danton's Iccturo
was larger man on lorme. -rcasIons Tho
Professor's lectures arc becon.,,- ,nnrn
and moro popular every day; and wo hi...
noticed ono fact in partlcuhr that those
who heard him tho first night havo been
regular attendants every night slnco.
There is no doubt that tho houso
will bo much lariror to-niuht than
has boon nny night yet.
This evening nnd .Monday evening will
finish the course of lectures in this citv.
On nil grain received in store on and nf-
tcr tho 10th instant, our charge for stor
age will bo one cent por bushel for tho first
five days or part of same, and one-half
cent per bushel for each succeeding ten
days or part of same. And for bagging,
ono cent per bushel for oats, nnd ono nnd
one-half cents per bushel for other grain.
Cairo, Jan. I, 1872. jauOlw
V CUT II Eli I'OsTl'O.N'EMENT.
Owing to other pressing business cn
gagements Mr. F. inccnt has found it
impossible to dovoto tho timo nnd ntten
tion requisito to have tho drawing In his
lottery take placo on the 20th day of Dec
ember, 1871, ns advertised ; but having sc
cured tho co-operation of the gentlomen
named below and made arrangements by
which every cent of tho monov realized
from tho salo of tickets will bo dispositcd
with W. Hyslop, Esq., of tho City Nation
al and Enterprise savings banks of this city
who will act as u treasurer, he now posi
tivcly assures tho tickot-holders that the
drawing will tako placo on tho 10th duy ol
April, A. D., 1871. .Tho treasurer assures
tho ticket holder wj nhanco
tno muwlng should not tako pluf-o n .i
day now deslgnatcj ho will pay back to
tho holders the amount of their tickets with
0 per cent, interest from tho duto of the
purchase, tho snmo being conldcn-l a spe
cial deposit from each ticket holder cotitin
gont upon tho drawing on said day.
Tho undersigned havo no hesitation in
expressing tholr beliof that under tho nr
rungements madu by .Mr. Vincent, the
drawing will tako placo on tho day deslg
nated, say 10th day of April, 1S7J. Hut
should any cause contrary to thoirc.poct
ntlons intervene preventing tha n-uno, tho
ticket holders nro amply sccuro in being
ablu to draw thu monuv bv them invested
Thoso persons who havo subscribed for
tickets and have not paid for and drawn
them, are reqiustod without delay to call
on Mr. Hyslop at tho City National bank
for thoir tickets.
A. H, S.U'KoitD,
C. N. HL'uiiEf,
II. L. 1 1. M.I.I DA v,
R. H. CCNNI.NCIHAM
John- 11. Oiiekly,
II. .M YE If,
(J. D. Williamson,
Ciiaui.es R. II mm,
W. Hvsi.oi', Treasururand Gon l Agent
II. Levy i: Co., at No. 9.1 Ohio lovce
havo on hand nnd for salo In quantities to
suit jiuichnsurs, ono thousand pounds of
good leathers. Thoy will bo sold at prices
within tho reach of tho poorest. Familios
suppled at reasonable rates. doc l'J-tf
Piano Tcnino. Parties wishing their
pianos tuned will plcaso address C
Robbius at postoftleo, or leavo word with
his brother. PricoS'J,00orS3,00aycar, in
eluding at least two 'unings and ordinary
repairing, strings, A'e.
GitANii Lunch a.nh Raffle. Thero
will bo a grand lunch nnd rallllo to-night
at Harry nlkcr . A largo cake con
taiuing a solid gold ring will bo rafllod
oil'. Let all tho boys bo sure to bo thero
and win tho caku for their sweetheart.
1 wenty-F vi e Cents. This amount
Will buy u bottlo of .Mrs. Whltcomb'
Syrup, tho grcnt soothing remedy for all
diseases iucidunt to infants and children
Jun 3-d & w-lw.
lMi'OiiTED .Malaga grapos at Jorgo
sons, cornor of Twuntiotli street and
Washington avenue. tf
ituiHTs no pius intra minced moa
prepared expressly for family use, nt .lor.
Oysters. Louis Horbart has nlwas on
hand a fresh supply or Saddle Rock oys
Go to Dr. MoGauloy for Ruttingor's Fe
ver Drops. "Warranted to euro thu chills-
Joiiqe.nson has tho best
jirwrvoi for enlu cheap.
AnitlVEl) ANII DKl'AIiTKI),
Where from. Where to.
Jim J ijk, ,Ir....P,iducnl Paducah
m. Covcn....SI. Loul" St.Louli.
.Ino. Lumsdon...Cairo Gooso Island
Mallio Riigoii...l;vninvlllu,. Memphis.
1. ? l'""y-..EMtnvillo...F. Orleans
C. H. tJl.urcl N. Orlcatis...Cincinnati
;. '' ''i'"11 Memphis Ohio rivor
' li,,0,'1 St. Louis Camden
.M nncola... Clnc!tinnti....Momphl
City of Helena. .Hi. I.nnt. iim....'..
i.ntoitobiiison...St. Louis.. ..Cincinnati
V""" uouuiibus.. ..Columbus
Annn Cinclniiall.Hcd river
V. Hrown Cairo Columbus
a. in. Jvoiiogg..., Urlcans.
CONDITON OF THE KIVEn.
Tho river at this point continues rls-
Ing very rapidly and slnco our last report
has risen about 27 Inches. At Cincinnati
tho rivor continues rlsini;. At Louisville
tho river is ngain rising, nnd thero Is 0
feet in the canal nnd 7 feet In tho chuto.
At Evansvlllo tho rise goss .on and thero
is now n good stngo of water In both di
J ho Arkansas river is rising ngnm at
Tho Mississippi Insists on falling, nnd
has got tho channel down to about o feul
10 inches, nnd tho prospoMs for unother
rlso nro very gloomy ltideoJ, as all tho
streams ubovo St. Louis nro falling nnd
nro not likely to rise soon. From hero to
Momphis thoro Is eight and one-half feet.
JU Reeves' bar 0 feet, and at Island CO
thero Is s. r..ni. Tim ,.i,n,.i i
Reeves' bar has changed n,,d U now 100
yards nearer tho Arkansas shore, nnd pi
lots will do woll to keep their eyes wido
open when passing thoro.
WEATHER ASH llL'slN'ESS.
1110 woatiier remains fino and very
pleasant during thoday tlmoand at night
it becomes quite cool. Night buforo last ico
mado and a heavy white froit was vislblo
yostcrdav morning, tho first for sovornl
Husluosj was splendid and all boats
cleared with n good trip. Thoro wero
evcntocii arrivals during thoday.
M ISCELLA N EOUS ,N EW..
Tho .Mallio Raou arrived from Evans
illo with a fair trip for Momphis. Wo
aro sorry to learn that Capt. Josh Throop
Is suffering with a soro hand.
Tho John Lumsdcn went up to Gooso
Island after somo corn night beforo last
Something wonderful to rolato trans
pirod on tho river yesterday nbout I p.m.
A good-slzod steamboat was discovered
to bo coming down the gentle Ohio, dash
ins tho sprav hitrh above her bow and
everv ono on board! nppared t be In tho
best of spirit", whou nil ot a sudden, a
hu'h volumu of steam was soon to ascend
high in tho air, and aloud and deep-toned
noise was hoard, and then it was dis
covered that the lino Evnnsvillo packet
Quickstep ha I blown hor whistle for
Cairo and had arrived on time with nbout
oO tons freight nnd a lariro number of
Tho John II. Oroosbock passed down
on tho 20th ef last month forNw Orleans
nnd arrlvod liernon Lor riitiirn yestardny,
inll:ini' llm Irlll In UO (lays. nolOSt COI1-
siderabio timo running under slow bells
that being the only kind on board.
Tho receipts of tho Indiana on her last
trip from this port to New Orleans wero
over ten thousand dollars.
Tho Arkansas Hello is said t havo clear
cd ono thousand dollars cn a recent trip
froiii .Memphis to this port.
Tho J. N Kellogg return" to New
Tho Cowen left for St. Louis with n low
The W. II. Hrown went to Columbus
after a lot of empty Fait bargc(.
Tho Anna left for Rod river with her
guanh to tho water. Tho Richmond is
loading for Now Orleans. Tho Kato
Robinson had it fair trip for Cincinnati.
Tho Minnoola was well laden for Mem
phis. Tho Hyatt passed up tho Ohio witli
n low of empty coal bargei. Tho Yeagcr
went up to tho upper warehouse fur 11 lot
Mrs. . r. Walker was 11 passen
gcr 011 tho Minnoola.
That now stago was placed in position
yestorday by Charles Lawrence it Co.
Charllo Woodbury Is clerk on tho Str.
Tho now Thomson Donu will bo horo
next week bound for Now Orleans.
Tho Hullo St. Louis has resumed her
place in thu St. Louis and Yicksburg
Tho Quickstep was on timo ye-torday.
General Rtnnuy was 11 passenger down
ou tho City of Hulonn.
I'll Hi HOWARD,
4'iiy Xnti 11 mink iinllillim'.
ai.Spcclal attention paid toorders Irom sicnm
oats niiiht or d:y.4U
Slebpinu Rooms for Rent. Ton
woll vontllatod sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Hank building. Apply to
At City National Hunk.
For good photographs, porcolain plo
lures, or old pictures to bo copied, call or
Thomas, No. 11M Commercial nvonue. lie
as good workman. Givo him it trial.
Fon Sale. A cottago on 12th 6troot
containing 7 rooms, cistern nnd out
houses complete. Apply to
W. W. Thornton.
For now citron, orungo and lemon
pool, go to Jorgonson's corner of Twen
tieth street and AVashington avenue tf
Peck, Frean, ie Go's London biscuit
always on hand, cornor Twontloth and
Washington nvonue. tf
Crystal vinegar from London at Jor
genson's, corner of Twentieth street nnd
Washington nvcmio. If
Yaiimouiu blontoris nt Jorgcnson's
RmiAN sardolles nt Jorccnson'st try
Paul G, Schuh (oils RattltiKor's
Tin: host French anchovies n the city
nt Jorgonon's. tr
) olid K.vso.v has tho finest supplv ol
Spanish olives In thu city. Try thorn
Founu. That tho choicest buttor Is
nt Jorgenscn'fl Staplo and Fancy Grocery
prunes, currant nnd
rnlslns always on hand at Jorgonson's
I grocery store. tf
or the Condition of tho
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF CAIRO, ILL.,
At the close of biilnes, Ilecember 10, 171.
Loan" nnd discounts
I 69,( 'i I .14
0, 'JJtl CrJ
1. M'l IS
U. H. bonds to secure clrciila-
I', ri. bonds and securities on
Other stocks, Imnds, n'nl mort-
Dim from redeeming and re-
sen o ngenis
Due from other National tanks
Due Irom bunks nnd tiinker,..
Mirn lure, ami llxtures
Cash Items, Including rescnun
Cush 011 hand, in coin
I 1, 911170
471 77 I.MT
l'rodt nnd loss
nun to national p.aclis
tiut csh ei
Sit.itf. fif Illlnnt. Cnuntv ef Aleiandr. ss.
I,C. N. HiiKlies.casiiler (H wie i-irst .-i.nonai
Hank olCiiiru. do solcinnlr awear that the abovu
sUlouiirt Is true to the best ol my knoviledgii
and lielief. 0. N. Ilt'OIlM, Cashier.
Kulisonbvd nnd snoru to before me, tins ty
dayot Deei mU-r, ls7l.
CH.VS.CIJ.N'.NINOHAM, Notary Public.
(Correct Attest 1
ltnbl. W. Miller, 'i
J. T. Itennie, V Directors
REPORT OP THE CONDITION
CLTY NATIONAL BANK
AtCniro, in the stnte of Illinois, at the cloteo
IHlsmrss. irvi-iiiinT i", .cn.
L.S. Hnnds to-nciirelicu-
V. K Hondsun hand
O her sI'mA, Ixinds and
ru friiiii ide,uinif and
reei-ivinit Brents .SMl.iTi SI
Due from other National
Hanks lo.osw 4.
Duelrom othir Lanka ana
lunkers ll.-V'-J 85- 170,313 13
ll.uikiui; house - 3B,v (
Oilier rMt estut
15.I7U IV- 4t',170
Current . rpensi
Tsxex 1 '.1 nl
2.U12 3S f.I-JT 15
7,7 1 J M )
i,t. H.tCS 01
lflii'Kfl aii-i uuivr uiui.
11.11. ..r jiioiikI Hunks
I rxi tionnl eurrenu) .........
I.hiral tender notes'"'
I'l. 10 I.I
Capital stock paid in
l-.xctiuntii- I o,-i 3i
Interest 1C.W7 m
I'r.iflt and loss...... H,i.V 73-
Duo to banks nnd bankers.
. 40,tM 7fi
State of Illinois, Alexander county, ss. :
I, W. lit slop, ussistant cashier of the City Na
tional Ilurik 01 Cairo, do solemnly swear thai tha
above statement is true to the lest of my knowl
edge uud belief. W. HYnl.OI', Asst. Cashier.
hubs-nbed and sworn to btfo:e me this "til
day of December, 1671. II. II. CANDF.K,
Correct attest :
W. 1. Halllday, )
11. II. CunnlnKtiuin, Directors.
O. D. Williamson, J
..-In JUuslruted Mugusint,
F.DITF.I) IIV J. (I. HOLLAND,
Aulhoi of mttr Hit at," " KathHna," " Timothy
VlfcWi lAtltrt," Jite.
This rnt(;rwino, which has risen ao rapidly In
popuhr lauir, hns nou been
nmt will bo still further improved during the com.
A series ol papers by Mr. Gladstone, prlmo
ministerof Knglund, will shortly aopear ; alio,
nil Aide. Discussion ol the National ilankiogHys
teiii of this couutry; a new story by Mrs. Oil
idutnt is promised, etc., etc.j whilst every niftjn
her will bo rich in shoiter stories, Illustrated assll-ci-s
of popular science, poems, essays, editorials
and reviowN, etc.
Tho subscription prlco Is I.00 per year, paya
ble in advance.
To enublu nil parties to commence with tho
series, which wo r sure will he worthy of care
lilt preservation, wo will send to any dealer or
new subscriber, tho li numbers of volume. I. and
II. fur tl.uo, or thu II number. prior to Jauiinrr,
W.', for ll.W.
TI10 whole will contain
MORE THAN 3,000 PAGES,
morn llinn MO Ilrlllliintly Written Articles, and
nearly luu Completed htorles, Tales ol Advcuture,
Wit und Humor, I'oems, Ac, combining with
these the ablest editorials and the most beautiful
illustrations, somo of them said by tho critics tu
bo fully equal to tho work of (lustave Dore,
Wo iiioie, ns f.ililv representing tho general
sentiment o: the newspaper presa in recant to the
Monthly, tho .following from tho Hutlalo Com
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til every description,
LATH, SHINOEES, CEDAR POSTS,
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