Newspaper Page Text
TfcwipDAT, Al'BIL 9, 1874.
lU CI trass Cotmtsr
61 dnBU'Y. K.lltor and Publisher
34 iff TUK DAILY
-sorter, In advance.
iMIMMrrif, ( BOt pjid
iitriMMi'Cf ,,.;;.?.-..... oo
'Ball i no
i , a no
WILL BK t
its havo defeated tho rad
We reoan&ti( a fMt nol (, K ,ur.
J.Uowlfi'j, HfcoraljMpubllcans unltod
the ojg-deir)CTaU tnd Rwept t10 ,,iaUcr
city ' ' 1
on evrrj pitRo.
Mm. Grant and Mlu Grant ara shop
plnglu nw Tut .j, wnicn u nsign,
w presume, that tho wedding of tho solo
daughUr ol tho Whllellousft draw on
JlESSM.WIllii, Loonoy and Hamble
3B, commissioners to oroct tho soldiers'
monument at Mound City, havo concluded,
tha Metropolis 'Journal' says, to rccolvo
plana and bids for tho worlc until May
Tub Paducah 'Kntu;kian' hai ontorod
upon the ssventh year of its oxlstenco.
Our neighbor has ; traveled on a vory
rough road and has encountarod many dif
ficulties, bat has vto- hope roached tho
smooth part of his journey.
Tni Hon. Thomas J. Tumor, who ro
csntly died at Ilot Springs, Arkanaas,
was a eitixen of Illinois. During noarly
s third of a century he occuplod a promi
nent position before the pooplo, and was
generallyeateomod as ono of tho ablest
men of the State. In 1840 he was mom
bet of Congress, was sovoral limes in the
legislature, sat in tho two last constitu
tional conventions and was a raembor of
the Peace Congrots from Illinois. lie
commanded a regiment during tho civil
Wi learn from the Metropolis Timos'
that Mrs. Wood, a school teacher of that
village, has been honored by a gift a tes
timonial. "We are informod that tho lady
vii taken by surprise ; that, "in fact, ev
'rybedy was ovorcomo, and handkor
'chills were the most significant oxprci
sion of thought." J. F. McCartuoy, pres
ident of the board of education, and Kov.
Mr. Scott, "then offered romarki," says tho
Times,' "after which all wont on as usual."
"Why an anxious public was not informod
what the gift was wo can'tjiurmuo; but It
is possible ttiatjto know a worthy lady
got something, was ovorcomo with omo
tlon, and thatben MoOartny and;acott
offered romarks, is enough to know. "Wo
shall endeavor to be satisfied.
Col. Taylor's rideonira spocial .train
the other day'erealod quito a seniation.
The Makanda correspondent of tho Mur
phyiboro 'Indopandont' describes it in
moit graphic language: "Mr. 3. S.Tay
lor, presldont of the Cairo City National
bank," ssys the correspondent, "whilo at
Effingham on Tuesday last, rocelvol a
telsgram announcing that his wlfo was
dying. HeXimmodiatoly chartorod a
special train frorotlho', Illinois Central
railroad, at a cost of three .hundred and
ighty dollars. in'Jtho bono of f reachini'
her alive. Tho train, consisting of a loco,
motive, tender, 'and ono'car, wentiroaring
ana inunaering through tho corces of
Makanda at the ralo'of a mile n rainuto.
In the words of a vllUL'er. fit 'fairlv flow
and sosmedjto jump a foot high at ovory
Joint of the track.' The scouewas grand,
was ter'riWe'was sad."
Ing commllloe, and that committor re
ferred. It to a sub-comnilttooxcompoicd of
Messrs, Oberly, Harkloy and Smith, Tho
sub-commlttoo did not leavaii vo:llgeof
tho Sonato bill, but rcporteil back sub
stantially tho bill now tho law on Htato
tontracts-prtnling, etc. The bill of tho
houio sub-comrnltteo was marred a llltlo
to plncsto Honitor Strong, who soomcd to
bo not exceedingly well potted on tho sub
joct of Uio Mil, nnJ was adopted by tho
homo about ns tho sub-coin-
niltteo roportod it to tho printing
committee "Wo agrea with tho corres
pondent when ho ssys tliobill is an admir
able one, It is. We havo no doubt it
will save to tho stato $30,000 a yoar, and
will provont tho possibility of such print
ing frauds as have boon perpetrated. Wo
venture tosay no other bill considered by
either house was rnoro laboriously pro-
paroilor rnoro carefully considoroJj and
having had a dose of tho libor its propara
lion required, we protnU igalnst Sonator
Strong, who had nothing to do with it, gob
bling Uio credit of tho bill. And wo ask
to Imvo our protest spread upon tho ro
A number of eontlomen of repute hvo
boon holding a mectinr. In Now York In
favor of cromation, or body burning.
llori;e, Vina, Frolhlncham and Oicott
woro in attendance, or sent lotlors. TJioio
gontlomcn don't approvo of tho prosont
method cinployod in disposing of dead
human bodius. Dana says: "It is ecr
' lalnly not crcditublo to civilization Jtbat
any part of tho earth's eurfaco should bo
'dovotodlo graveyards." Olcottroumrks:
"Tho moro I might lovo my doad tho lots
willing 1 should bo to lenvo tho fair form
tbatjiad onco hold tin Immortal spirit to
'turn into putrid enrrion under ground,
' and brocd u myriad of loathsome crea
1 turos out of its own rollcnnoss, This at
'tompt to substitute tho scicntillc, pootlcal
'and rational system of cremation has my
'oarnest sympathy. I pray hoavon that
' boforo I or any of my belovod dio It may
'bepossiblo to commit our bodies to tho
1 puro flame, that in ono short hour will
'purgo thorn of dross, as gold is refined in
'tho furnaco seven timos hcatod."
Hating tho grave system theso gentlemen
wish to substitute for it tho practice of
burning tho corpsos of human boinga.
Tho apparatus for this business will bo nn
oblong furnaco ofllro-proof brick, having
ten holes bolow, by means of which th
intonsity of tho heat can bo rcgulatod.
Tho uppor part of tho furnaco is hollowed
to recoivo th6 coflln, and ovor this it
domod covor is to bo placed, by which tho"
flames, as in u rovorbatory furnaco, may
bo diroctod upon tho body. Within tho
co 111 n is amotal support ortablo on which
tho body rests, ilxcd by thick iron wiro.
Thoopornlion embraces throo porlods tho
heating of tho body, tho spontaneous com.
bustiou and llnally tho Incineration of tho
body and calcination of tho bonoe. Dur
Ing tho first period, and about half un
hour after tho pilo of wocd in tho fur
naco has been lighted, the combustion of
tho body commonccs. It gives oil' a largo
quantity of gas, and tho mnnngomont of
tho rovorbatory part of t'ao furnaco is of
groat Importance If tho wood has bton
won arrnngou, ;vo neura iiniico to pro
duce coinploto corbonlxatlon. During tho
third porlod, tho air-holo3 bolng opened,
tho carbonizod macs is colloctod and
placed upon a fresh pinto, and tho hont U
now urgod to tho utmost j a fresh supply
of wood is InBortcd. lly moans of this
arrangmont, at tho oxponso of about one
lui,nd rod and fifty pounds of wood, com
ploto incromation that is to say incrom.v
tlon of tho soft parts and calcination of
tho bones may bo oll'octod In two liours
When tho furnaco has cooled tho cinders
and bonos are colloctod and placed In
somu of tho disciples woro a rattled
brained believer in the good, tho bountiful,
.tin trim. knr.nrnrkt ilMinrnr In tho POod
vinoyard ofUlioorld wfio c:ah d(liltlo
hlmtolf hlu'ndorfng, Unstoady and pur-
posoloss in his actions, but 'knll tho tlmo
casting around good sood ol alrango
plants that will somo day grow Into beauty
and bring forth Irults pleasant to tho eyo
and not ungrateful to the laslo.
killed In a fight at Galalis, Sallno county,
on juonuay uvoningusi.
-J. M. Wilson. Kin., tho well
known financier, has rolurntd to this
placo, aftor an absonco of a month. Ho is
still working (n tho Interest of a north and
ouiu railroad tliroucu mis cniiniy.
HO AT MTOItHS
TH K LATK BLKUTIONS
Tho Htiti-radtcal combination, known in
somo atalos as tno;aemocraiic psrsy, in
other .States as tho llbnral-dmno
crallc party, and in othor States
n tho antt-monounly parly, line
boon successful In tho Spring clo
tions that have justToccurrod. In Coil'
nocticitt tho democrats havo carried both
branohes of tho loglalaturo and elontod tha
governor; In Uinidnnati llio democratic-
llboral coalition has triumphed by tlvo
thousand tnajnrity; in ;01ovoland, where
tho republicans havo boon vory strong,
tho domocrutlc-Uhnral-Antl-crusailing roa-
lltlon has swept tho republicans, praying
women, long lmlro.l roformorsjall into do-
feit: and In Ualumbus, Ohio, tho opposi
tion carriaJ tho day by n swooplog tn.
Tho remit of tlio ole'tions proves eov-
oral things. It proves, in' tho first place,
that littK politician cannot Jpuccciifuily
uto a movement Iiko tho woman's praying
movomont to climb into littln offices
that tho reformers should stand aloof from
tho triaky politicians and work for (lod
without laboring to pui Tom Jonen, Dick
Smith ntid Henry mown Into public po-
itions. It provu1, tjo, that tho'pooplo aro
hoartily dUgustod 'with tho party in
powor nnd wish nohango; that .they urn
dolormlnod to havo a ohango and pu
down tho snlvollng hypocrites who talk
through thoirj'no'os About honesty while
they havo thoir arms in tho public treas
ury up to tho olbow. It also proves tfiat
tho domocrnts hnvo at last concludod that
tho support of formur republicans Is not
unnocossary, ana tfiat tiioy aro
now willing to meet tuclt men
a prcaont political friends without
requiring thenr to stultify .themselves by
declaring Jhey woro political sinners whilo
thoy actod with the republican party, and
that tho "good old democratic party"
novor committed a political blunder einco
it was first organlr.od.
In theso fnctsewo find much to encour
age tho opposition. Tho problem has boon,
how to unito tho opposition so that to
gether Uio anti-radical pooplo might
throw thoir ballots in ono direction. It
was foarod tho prldo ol tho old effoto dem
ocracy, clinging to old issuos and repuls
ing all ell'orts to bring It up to the issues
of to-day, would work to tho ndvantago of
tho radicals; but discussion haa had Its
propor tlldst, and tho ttourbon purty has
boon quietly lnurnod, and in its placo has
arisen a now party, young and vigorous,
not yot consolidated still withntitaloador,
yot without a bannor, but marching to
wards reform in tho govornmont, and
against nn otiomy demoralized, broken
into factions, and without any shibboloth.
If, in Illinois, tho opposition shall act
wieoly this full, wo will carry tho majority
of tho congressional delegation and obtain
control of tho legislature.
R. SMYTH So CO."
No. f0 Ohio l.eveo,
Q. D. WILUIAMSOM, .
And Dealer In
DHIffl till I'UVI WW OIL
rii Ohio I.cvoo, VMM), ILLS
NEW LIVERY STABLE
tSTSpcclsl attention clvcn to ron'lirn-
rucnts uml Qlllna orders. 11 -'i tl
Groceries, Provisions, Rtc,
Wo, IIO Olilo T40V00,
.MILLS V PAIUCLIt,
reiit'i Street, between Walnut nn 1
limine imrrhiucdtlic entire itock', Stnldc,
llol-Hc.i. Carrlut-C)'. IIUL-Iilef. cle.. h! Dr.
Klelil, iiml uildcil several now "linnnin,"
Mr. Parker niiw Invites all IiIh Irlciidn. n d
and new, In wsiitot Saddle HorseH. Double
orSInaln l'.irrlai:c!. or anylhiui: else In his
line, in l-ii nun ae.'iu. hi is-im
C. H. WHEELER,
AVOOD AND GOAL
OlTICi: AND YAliD.
10lh SI. let. Washington & Commercial Ave.
Safl'ord, iHorris & Cundoiij
I .VSlTHAKfn AflKNTf!,
Hhio l.m'cu, Uity National Itauk
lilllldlll!.', U.WIto, I I.I.f!
A Irtrt'o Minnlv of I'ltlxburi! and Ua
Muddy coal constantly on hand. Htuvo
wood k.hwciI to nrdor. Orders tor ceul or
wood ilinuld ho loft at tha ofllco ou Tenth
Uroct. rcnn", nnsli on delivery.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
DV AM. KINDS, HARD AND SO FT.
Keep lon-lniilly on lnilid
The nliloi i'iahlii-lifd Agnn-y In Southern
llllnol", lepivclitliig over
of tho he't In-uralici' Capital ol thn lr.
C. N. HUGHES,
Mill and Yard
Conner illth Street
nnd Ohio I.evcc.
Ohio Levi't), over Mathits it Uhl'i".
to?"jVoH: hut jirtt'clttu CompanU
B. F. PARKER,
(Succewor to J'arkcr k Make,)
PAINTS & OILS
Tait clerks of the houso of represonU
tires, on Friday last, proientod Speakor
Oullom with a handsomo gavel. In tho
letter accompanying tho gavel tho clerks
assuri Jlr. Cullom that they appreciate tho
marked ability with which ho porformed
his duties, and wo think they do. In re
ply Mr. Oullotn accspts the gift with a
heart full of gratitude, und assures tho
f-llirlr. Hi. 41. .t . . .
,u. WVJ aro lM Uelt cKjfK, no ovor
knew. The atl'alr was a clear case of you
ui8 nig ana i-ii ticklo you, and Mr. Cul
jom provea Himself to bo tho most ablo
tickler. Tho fact Is, tho speaker is nn able
ulu mi way, and If t l,,miuut In
anytnlns; U Stupid in nothing Ho hat
sharp ay., Bd it is always looking ahead
u anucipaio, (julUin't advanUeo. As
psaksr, Mr. Cullom is popular. Occs-
slonally daspotlc, ha is generally hit
partlaUnd kind- Ua can b as deaf as an
svidsr, or at sensitive of ear as a door
But whuther daipetlo or kind, deaf or
puna, h bu always in vlow tho advon
UgettMr. Oullora. Ono merit he has
sUonjly developed. Ua stands by hi
frlasdf, Mi If he will not do Tlolenco to
th public weal to oblige or protect thorn
na will come near warping It in their lr.
tarast. MosHeverybody likes him, and w
sir sumosi persuadad to declare for him
for governor. Jlut, upon reflection, w
II . . .! . '
win jwiijiuiw uuiug is o h moro conveii
INVHNTOlt OP TUB OKU-
Tho Ohio Womou'iiXI'raylng Crufade
took tho country by eurprlso. It had
bout it a flavor of originality, nnd mado
both Europe nnd America etaro. Tho idea
that tho vondors of liquor could bo driven
from thoir business by prayer, was new
nd surprising ; tho fact that tho womon
undertook tho prayer contract, und visited
tho saloons to do the praying was startling.
Tho mind of a moral gonitis could bn xecn
in tho cruiado, and tho'Ahoughlful ob
server of oventi lit onco porcoived that Its
inventor was n man of profound know-
dgoof human naturo, und was In morals
what Konspartii had boun in war, original
THE WOMAN'S CRUSADE.
Strang drink is tho curio of the world.
Look at tho ruin it brings upon individu
als, families, communities nnd nations
I did nol liku to seo suction porfoct massa-
cro of human bolngs 'contlnuo. I lound
that twlco ni many pooplo woro lain ovory
yoar by drink, ns both sides lost in any bat
tlo or tho Into war. That.was mylroason
for writing and publishing! my "l'liin of
Action lor- tho Tomporanco womon of
Amoricn." That pamphlot was printed In
1871, whilo 1 win proachor in chnrgo of
tho Mothodlst Kplscopil church nt "Wood
bum, Illinois. Tho plan thon rocotn'
mondod did not moet with vory much favor . . m , m 1 KUt
opposi- iUAUUi'tU Uiiiiy,' vv rtWCl j
WINDOW .SUA Dr.o,
Ami tllP ocleliiMti-d lllilllliuatlllg
llross' lluildlng, 11th Sl.k Oomorcl.il A V.
OA1UO, I U.S.
rEl'ORT of the condition of the City Nationa
j.l"anK oi Cairo, i Cairo, in inc sidie 01 iinnuu
the close ot Duniie. rel.maryl SIt 19.1.
1.0am anl diieonnti ?1 1 '.It'
ll eidrafu l.'JJft I
U S. bontu to ccure circula
tion IW.i-'I !)
U. S. lionda on lianlt X) 00
Ull.cr nocki. bondi aud motl-
t'CM 1,111 u
..rue irom reuceming aua re
serve agents imj.jii. mi
i-.ie trom oilier national banks rT.IU '.'
uuc iiom state uanks ana
IlanLlns house U.Kn IK)
Other real estate 4,ll Ul SO. ft')
Current expenses I'') fo
i.ixespaia ij.i hi .i.it.1
Checks and other cash Items 261 l7
Hills of other national Lanlcs l'2,nl.1 In)
fractional currency, (including
nickels) 4,117 M
?necle a.rai l'J
iSai tenuer notes ;i;, "'hu
I.'apital utock paid In lOO.UiO
Kxcharige l.TVl .11
Interest l',b&2 t)2
l'rodtanil loss 1H,C4 1-i
Circulation uutstandins vO.uuil
Dividends unpaids , , .r0
Individual deposits 21.1,07-
Uue to state hanks and hanken, 'Jl,i23
A. CQKaisi-oKVKMT of a newspaper say
that thst lagislatura boasts of a number o
usful members who occupied but littl
Sim in speaking but wero always In thoir
plkctf with cool, clear Judgments working
fftmtjTilj, voting correctly, "Aaong
tiitf," -Mjri the corraspondent, "Is Sona
tor Strong, of Livingston, who drafted
too admirable bill regulating SUto con.
traoti, which will sav a large sum to tho
8UU 1" This is surprising news. Senator
SUopg rtporUd to tho Senate the bill of
thrvIilon commltUt) which had boon re
farr4 to, tha printing committee, and tho
aanata paasad It and referred it to -the
bouio. Tha house referred' it to its print-
"We havo novor scon in any of our public
ournals a statemutit in. roforouco to tho
origin of tho crusatlo. 'o wero fearful
tho inventor would go down to his
gravo unwept, unhonored and unsung;
but, wo am pleased to say, this will not bo
tho caso. As will bo seen by a communl
cation from that gontluinon, published olso-
whero In theso columns to-day, Kuv. 1). 11.
Turnoy first suggested tho crusodo. In
pamphlet published years ago, Mr. Turnoy
Insisted that tho crusado plan tho pray
ing plan was tho truo way to broak down
the powor of liquor to capture tho Jeru
saleni of rum. It was nis opinion that tho
crusade should not be lead by n Itichard of
the lion heart, but by a .loan of Arc, and
that tbo Amazons of Heform,tho women of
tho land, should rally at hor call. Theso
suggestions Mr. Turnoy put Into print
Into n pamphlot. A lady of this part of
tho state, to whom -Mr. Turnoy gavo n
nuiibor or copies of hit temperanco pm
phlot, rumovod to Ohio sometime ago, and
atlier now homo olrculiitod tho pamphlot
among hor now friends. Tho suggoitlon
ofthe pamphlot full upon good ground and
brougnt Jorth abundantly. I.adlos who
read them dcturminud to act upon thorn,
anu uiu. TJiey organized Imndt, they vii
lieu saloons, tiioy prayed and ang with
mo vunuors of liquor, and tho grt-at cru
stilo was inaugurated I
Thosn who know -Mr. Turney will not
doubt his statomont In roforenco to thi
msiter, and thoso who do can bo con
founded by his pamphlet. Mr. Turnoy Is
a suggester of new movoinonts in truth,
a ptoneor of roform. Impracticable, ec
centric, uncouth In appearance, a good
man but a great bore, In, ii what potilMy
at tho tlmo. It socurad mo somo
tion; and two or throo nowsptpora do-
nounood mo a? a tomporanco fanatic.
Now, howovor, llm vory ismn plan is
rcsurroctod, and is growing rapidly into
popularity. In many placos tho ladles,
acting upon tho suggestions of my AVood-
burn plan, nro intorviowing tho'.grog-euller
and singing his business to death. 1 beliovo
Miss Mury S. Turroll;carr!od about ono
hundred coploa of my traft to Ohio, and
porsuadod uomu of hor friends to unito
with hor in putting my recommendations
intooll'dot; and from that simplo begin
ning, tho movement has grown to its pros-
What tho movoiiionttwlll finally accom
plish, I cunnot say.'.QUut I hopo it will sc-
curo tho destruction of tho tiallic and tho
abolishment of tho mauufat'turi). On tlm
liquor iuontion, 1 am for cuustuut war to
May Ood bloss thoso noblo womon who
havo taken hold of tho matter I 1 feared T5 A (1 Tff A TvTTTTP A r.TTTT? TT.T?
llml . 1 . .1 . i ... iliiiM Wi ilW WAM.htf
.. ..-j iius .11), VI IU UU VI1UU , IIUl
now my fuiiri aro calmed, and tho bow of
promise spans my sky.
D. 11. Tuhnkv.
anu iii.ti.r.u in
BOTTLED ALB AND OlDEIl
OHIO LLVLL, hotvu-iMi '-'tluiiil 4tliSts,
MRS. L. T. BRIGGS,
(s'uecc'ksor tu 1'liillips and Itrlfgi )
MILL IUEH Y
ColiHiHixhtl Am-., Int., tit Is and 101 li .Sis.
7-1.2.1m. t'AlltO, 1LLL.
BEMIS, BRO. St, CO.
Stale of Illinois, countv of Alexander, ss.
I. A. II. hAI't'Oltl). cashier of the City N
llonal Hank ol Cairo, do ulemnlv swear thnt ll.
bote statement Is true to the test or my knowledge
A. ll.SAFFOIIL). Cash er.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 'JCth day of
ii. ll. i,Ariiir.r., notary riiuiic,
correct Attest i .
It. II. rfJNNI.ST.IIAM. 1
II. 1.. HAI.I.IDAY, Iiitectors,
(. II. WILLIAMSON, J
AROUND ABOUT CAIRO.
Wo tako tho following items from tho
Williamson county 'farmer's Advocate,'
ol tho 3d lust.;
Tho next annual lair of tlm Wlllium-
son county agricultural board, will bo
ni uiuir inir grounds near -Marion,
HUM I. COTTON .MILLS,
30 Ohio Lovco,
on Tuesday, Wednesday, Tliursday and
t iiuuy, i-uu, u, , 6 anu u, IBI l,
NoIIcp i. Iiercbr glvt-ii that on Tuod;iy thn
'Jlr-tdiiy or April. A. D., lS7l.it gem-rnl
election win bo Melil In tlio iuy oi Cairo, Al-
cvautler i-nimty. t-tato of IIIIuoIk, for tho
elt'cl on nr thn Snlliiw iil' liaiiit'il niunli ltial
"Win, lliirham was clmri-od with tlm oillccru, to.wt : A city clerk, a city troas-
rntmlor of A. J. liowo Novotnbor. 1808. u,'u,r' ?vty' attorney, ono alderman trom
....vv. . vvill.llliv, kllllillbUl UUL111LV. I S'llKRIIl.!. ...i,.....l I... .1... .nmiil. ,if IIIh.i.i.
Tennessee, and lodttod In lailat Nushvllli). iiiviiv ti-m'.. n... .,.i nm. ni.irmf.iiid-nm
Until H rnnitl.lll.t,. ...n I .1.' 1 ll... U... ...... I nr.... J. .til .1 I
....... .w.,M..,wi. II OvjUIUI ITUUl lllll I HI" IJVIIIUU l illtl, lH llll HI" ISIJUl) S.1HISCU
Ktivornor of this statu. T it. lulUn nn.) bv I lie ri-L'tiailnn oi" wood It tlenhoiisr
irank J.owo brouirht llarham lmoU- to . ''"r ""'.I'uriiosi's or win election pons win
uo npi'Di-njat tho following nnnicii places, m-
Wit: 111 Hid I'ir.l U'nril. nt tlio uoillllllnaton
hoiiKOnr U.K. Davis, on the south Idu of
nOlt'l'V.SIX'1 11 reDoit t,f the condition of tli
r I'irst National llanV of Cairo, Illinois, at the close
Dl business Iclnuary 27, isji.
Loans and discounts iW.IJl
U. S Hondstosecureclritilatlon lucimsi
11 S. liIuts lid tcctlrilips on
I) I lie r stocks, bonds and mort
Pue from redeeming and it-
serve atrents n. i
Due from other national bsnks... 'joilts
I )ue from banks and bankers.... r-'
Ileal estate 41,1-".)
Furniture and fixtures :t,rCii
('urrent cMuensei !l7
f!avli llrma. inrtiidtllcr revenue
Drrmliims laid -V - 1
Cull ml hand. Ciinency.... 02M' '-
" " coin
Cnpltal stock tVW
Kxihauge, Interest, profit ami loss M1''1
Circulation oiustandln,; f!?',!
Individual deposits ,
Stale of Illinois, Alexander county, si.
I, Charle lliiniilnshaiii, cashier of the 1 Irst X
. ..i ii, .a- nfr-atrn. iM cnlfmnl v swear that the aboi
statement Is true to the best of my knowledge nnd be
as. I ii7.m,-i.n..ii. iaMiicr.
Hul.scribed and sworn to before me this lii tli
Jay of .March, 1H7I. , AMllc.t. ...,
llflll'T. W. Mil
WHOLIWALE AND RETAIL
.iBia ssssssls sH
Chemicals. J'itleiit Alediciiies, I'crfiiinery, Soaps, Urushes,
Toiictt Articles, DruggivV Fancy (ioods, Collier White
Lead and Other Tirades, Paints," Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Class, Wax .Flower .Material, Tube Colors, Dve
Stutls, J-Hc., F.te., l-:t(!.
W-Solii-It corrci-iioiiiloiirc and onlcru from Driliulst". I'hVi-Irlans and (irnerjl Storei
n want of (loodn In our l.lnn. Slcainliout. I'litntiitinii nnd Kiunlly .Medicine ores lurn
lied nr Ki-tlllcil Willi Itull.ihlo Drills nt llin-onablc Kates.
tUtl'tml VII I 1.' . 1H,"I'AII DPllUlt V. IIDL-CdDIDTIAM
sjii iiwiit.oitiiij iv iii. inn, i itrjiitiij is. i ivrik uiin iiuii)
71 Ohio Liivt'c. tVasliIii;lon Aw, cor. KIkIiIIi St.
ROSE & TEMME
Wholesale ami JCctnil dealer) iu l'iuc
FRENCH AND QRNAMEN
FLOWERS, LFAVF.S COMJ'ARIOl) IAKDS, BUIDEsS
And F'vcry tiling l'crlamiiig to Confectioners Ornamental Goods),
HO. 172 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
CAIRO, - - - - ILLIIMOIS.
(bclwecn lOtli and llthsts.)
Orders from Abroad will receive Prompt Attention.
I'lirnished at Kodiieeu I'nee.-.
Kestivaln aud 1'ie nic-i
(Late Proprietor of tho Jrt. Nicholas IIotcl)
Hai lieeome ujiorititPinlunt ol the
CORNER SIXTH ST1VRET AND OHIO LEVEE.
.Mr. Wnlktir liaviiif; taken cliaro of thi.i old nnd uiill-known house, will at
onco give it. a thorough renovating, and put it in Unit-clans order for the recep
tion gut'Slp. Mr. Walker will wi leonio li 1.-4 old customers to tho new house, and
will always he glad to see tliem.
Ifirst -class Hay 'Hoard 20 por Monti).
HARRY WALKER, Supt.
this city on last W.idnosilay, nnd lojod
him In Jail to await trial it tho circuit
Sixth tired liciwi-Hii CniniiH'ivialnnil Wash-
tiii.li.n a..... . ... .I.,. k......l ll...
. i.in.uu wi uHiim : in mi nuLuim 11 tiiw. ... imw
ina irom tlw Ihnlon '.Standard' tho Kuuch and Itcatlv onalne houso: In the
followlnc: Thlitl W.ttd, ut tho HlliernlnnoiiKliioliuuiic;
its ttin i nis.si. (in. I'jiiii-r iiiiiiasi
A ttif.iS innatini: of th n fnrrnnrfl nf I ..ml In tlm k-l.il. u-u.-.'l ilm lu.ii.n nl Mis..
v.-. .Mi- n' i . . . . . ---V . u n ... . .
4 laiimiu tuuiisjf inn uo iinin al lloiilon, auiiivuii, on tho norm-won ituner in v.oin-
on Tuesday, April I un, Hon, t). M. mi'iviai aveimo ana TWcniy-iiun urcet.
U,inlth will uddross tlm mootinr;
lion. I1-. .M. omighlood moves to
nnawncetown on .Holiday next, tho 0th
- "Wo loarn that Hamucl Ulovolaiul was
Suld ilri nun will ho oncnctl nt t-Iuht
o'clock lu tlm innriiliiL'. and continue oiicn
until tevin o'clock in tlio nfttrnoon ol that
lly ordi-r of thn City Council.
4 si. .1. iiowi.ky. City Clerk,
Caiiio, ll March 141 l-'J-'JI-:jijt
White Collar Planing Mill
hi WAI.Ti:ilX, Proiirlcfnr.
HARD & SOFT LUMBER,
Laths, .Shingles, Cedar Posts, Doors,
fc'teamboat LumUor furiiihliod on short-
Commercial Ate, ht lOili ami lllh
SO Ohio Ixevci - C?AXHO, ILLS,
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
Tho Plaiiter'n lloue ia located on Ohio Loypc Street in
CLOSE PR0XIM .IT V TO RAILROAD DE
POTS A1STD STEAMBOTLAiN DINGS,
And in the Center of the Jhisiness J'ortion of tho City. Tho House is new
and complete in nil its appoint moutM. The looms, nru large, and airy, beside
being elegantly furnished and carpeted. Guests will recoivo courteous treat
ment aud tlm best of accommodations.
Transient, Ciucsts 2 per Day. Day Hoarders $20 per Month.
A TrustyWatch for Trains and Boats Day and. Night.
274 3.27.3m 4)?