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RdluK Matter n Every rngr.
JOHN H. OOERLT, Editor.
A srr.ctii. to the T.otiUvltlc Courier
Journal snyn the trial of Ku Klux, In
Todd county, Is being pressed.
The Spiritualist? of Battle Creek,
Michigan, Tcrre Hnute, ndlfnn, nml of n
few other plncei, celebrated the 2th
nlver&ary of the "lloehcstur knocking',"
in other word, ot modem Splritiulljm.
on Uie 2UI ult.
TitE Stato'TotchetV convention Um
Just closed its session nt Oltawn. 'J'lic
reports jliow that the public ocliools of
the State have im average ntteiiUance of
forty-clght thousand pupil, 'i'he totnl
Yaluatlon of school property In the State
Is $1,873,020. rnlS74lhe amount paid
out to teachers ns sjlarlcs was $323,0.13.
CmcL'iTCourt Is In tension at Mnr
physboro. Marion ( Williamson co.JJw
Of course no Orand.lury Islnipanntled.
becnii'o if there wa, It would not dare to
tlnd any hills. OrayHlle Independent.
The Independent Is evidently of the
opinion that Murphysboro is in William
eon county. The grand Jury at Mur
physboro act without fear or lavor, In
most instances. There Is none of the kit
klux lawlessness in Jackson county that
distinguishes Williamson county.
tiik hpki.mm. mama.
It is epidemic, thu disease known ns
Spcllunacy. it Is prevailing everywhere,
and has attacked Cairo , Ith great viru
lence. The Pretbyterlans hud It llrst,
the Methodists had It next, nnd the Wom
an's Club Is giving strong Symptoms of
an attack. Its latest manifestation was
on 'ilmMday night In the .Mothoiljst
Church, where everybody vn. t.
as a jjrEUf.r.n:
Major Morrill, of the Cairo A Vincc-iuuis
railroad, Is saM to ha: -it great speller
He dfitinguWieil himself, nt tho Methci-
dlst fcliurclt, and after . Jloorlna nil the;
airo speners, courtconiy conc&ilc'l tlio
prize" to ;n foreign young lady. The
Majorls an"EvansylIlu man. proud oflho
reputiitioiiot'liN cHj and seems to bo de
termined that his ;l6vu Mmll win all It
can of honor and to I'jith from any
placo lie may be temporarily located nt.
tui: tiiixow rr.vi:n.
The terrible old 'fellow. Yellow .lac'
is about to makenriother Jolirncy through
the South. He U hown"t fcnv Wi-st. nml
Is expected to proeeed wllhotit tmucee-
ary delay to Mobile, New Orleans,
Shicvcport and MemphU. Indeed, he
may come up n far as Ctdro, and there
fore ttie door oii"lit to be eloped niruliis
hltn. After awhile When he getsclo("r
we ought to clean the city, and watch
the river. Small Vox and Cholera are
not welcome thltors, but Yellow Jack Is
the nvst disagreeable wretch among the
great lamuy or the I)ieases.
Till. CAinO AMI ST. I. oris K. It.
Regular trains nru not yet being run
over tlio entire length ot thin road, tli
track between .UurplitViljoro and Cairo
being in an unsafe condition. The rails
were laid during the winter, when the
ground was frozen, and the melting
weather and rain we have, lately exper
ienced, lias lelt the track in tin "up and
down" condition. Three construction
trains are at work, and it Is probable that
regular trains will bo put on by the mid
dle of April. Some freight Is coming
Into Cairo over the road, but not much.
Mr. Loiicrgan yesterday received t lie llrst
car load of flour Into Cairo over this road
froai Hed Hud.
ST I.Ol'IS l'I.VA.VCi:S.
The financial condition of St. Louis is
not encouraging. The municipal debt is
$14,534,000, while the assessed valuation
Of property (s 8172,000,000. Last year's
Increase or expenditures over tile in
crease of revenue wa 5011,010. A epm
Investigate the city liuances, pronounce
the situation serious, and urge the Incor
poration Into the charter ol a provision
for tho removal by proper authority of
any ofllccs or member of any board or
committee who thall vote to create liabil
ities against thu city uhich shall In thw
aggregate exceed the nmount standing
to the credit of the fund out of which It
roiiAt co at imih'caii.
The I'aducalt tobacco inspectors re
out in an appeal to tho farmers who
ell latitat market to not deal "unjustly"
with the warehouse men. Thov inform
tho farmers that a man to gain the coiill
denccofaman should deal Justly with
Win, and then mako the startling declara
tion that there Is, In every department of
business, a right way and a wrong way.
As a logical "flow out" from Hits Inlonn
ation and declaration, comes the (jites
Hon : "Then how can the sellers of to
bacco and tho; who raUo It assist in
building up tho nnrkrt " Th" reply
"First, by prizing their tobacco In f'ood
keeping order; second, by honestly
packing It In tho hogshead-putting in
all good from end to end.wlili im i..r-
iw ur mge m me corner of tlip layers,
nor near the cud. '
Other question are then Ucd and re
plied to. and the Inspector remark:
"Many fttrmers last season failed to mako
enough good tobacco to till n hothead,
and in such-cat they should prize the
good tobacco in one end of the hog-head
and the lugs In the other, and not else
where. This wpuId,!.how tn the huyorf.
and Imp-tor 'thai Ir.ttid was not In
tended.' Wc infir from au (,Sj ,jlat ,,0 farmm
who patronize the I'a-Iueah market have
not been prizing their tobacco In good
keeping order, and have Imcii putting In
ftriorndli,lt u.o ,.orilPri am,ncar
he ends. Meagre nvIu, the Inspectors
hat practices of thlj waaTO n
Injr effect upoii coulldgnce and r0 j,rcat
Violent to tho golden rule.
Tiir. Illinois RTAir. iiorM
In tho cany Hours of the present Gen
eral Assembly n resolution to raise n com
mittee nnd Instruct It to Investigate tlio
commissioners to build the new State
house was adopted by the House. This
committee was In labor longer than two
months, nnd the other day b: ought forth
malorlty and mlnorltyrcport".
The majority report, signed by Hons.
If. It. McCoy, T. K. Merritt nnd John
Ulse, nil Pemocmt, is lengthy, filling
several columns of mall type In the Chi
The report states that, In tho Judgment
of the committee, a saving In the cost ol
tin. linlldliiL' mlcht be miide in rcducim?
tin. f'xnrnsoj of tho enntriii'tliiM nf llm
dome and porticoes, or nt leat deferring
their CDiiinlettoii until nflrr the bnlldlni
has been made ready for occupancy, but
expresses no opinion ns to the propriety
of doing so. Ileferring to thepuiehae
of material and labor from tho peniten
tiary, tho committee nro of tho opinion
that had tho State-house Commlsjloners
not been required by law to purchase
such m iterlals nnd labor ol tho peniten
tiary, a Having of .$150,000 or $200,000
would have resulted to tho Statu. TbU
they say Is the opinion of the Commis
sioners mm arcnitccts. .Tlio law and con
tracts between the Stnto-houi nnd iVnt.
tentlary Commissioners nnd referred to
at length, and tho sub-letting of tho con
tract to . I). KMiardeon, claiming that
lie received thu bcnellts which should
have accrued to tlio Stuto.
The commit tec criticise- the notion c.f
thu State-liousu Commissioner in having
work done by tho day, which under tho
law, it Is claimed, khould bo done by con
tract. As tlio tOnminlaloneri are sav
ing the State some $20,000 In the peculiar
Work performed, and the law in reality
not violated, tho neonlo will not en-dli
the commit tec with any great degree ol
sagacity in discovering tiil "loop-hole."
especially n the Twtuty-otglilli General
Asscimny invfcsug.ite'i me matter and
unanimously nnnrnved tlio action of the
CommKsloner.. The attention of tho
House Is willed to tlio fact that In n sin
gle Instance tho law governing appropri
ations was iccnnieniiy ignored, and the
lomuussioiicrd volunlnnh caw. forward
nml adc'isrd thu coinmitlec ufthe net. In
asmuch ns the section oflho law li.fiTrei
to was made for the express nun)oe of
allowing contracts to bo made In ad
vance, the point of Hie report Is rather
The report I verv comnliinentare to
jiajor v nane, one or tho ComniUflonere,
aim says lie-nppparc.l lielore tho commit-
ice, mauiiesieii n disposition to eoneoal
nothing within his kunwlcdire. nnd liU
ovldcnee, verlial and tlociuuontary, adds
inueiitoinociiam of elrcunu ant al ev -
deuce. Vet the report and statements of
memucrsoi mo committee on the floor
of the Hon-e. lii)v eoindn-Ively that the
State-house Commissioner made tlio tidi
est expose of their business and nil trans
actions. Tlio following prediction is madn: a
a reward lor thu action of .Major Wh.ine
ueiuro your comnmtee, In tlio verbal evi
dence given and letters produced, we
hero venture the prediction that, wttbtn
sixty days atter the adjournment or lhl
Legislature, ho will bo removed or al
lowed to reii'in his coiiiinU.-limi.r.liln "
In conclusion, tlio committee maktM no
recominendati.,ns, but submits the evl-
deuce, llxed In the belief that every un
biased mind will assent to the coueliidons
The minority report Is. sinned bv Hons.
A. M. Jones and N'. W. Branson.'
It states that tho replv to a communi
cation addressed to thoState-houo Com
missioner!) "appears lobe explicit and to
the point, and to cover all tho matter, nf
Inquiry Included In tho llrst merles of re
solutions," which answers are set forth
In lull In the report.
The committee say that alter a pro
tracted Investigation they have discovered
nothing to east a doubt upon tho truth of
the answers of tlio Couiinlsslonnr... but mi
tlie contrary tho undersigned llud from
evidence that all tho mounv In been
faithfully applied to pay for the labor and
material for the two of thebullding; that
none or the moneys have been advanced
to contractors or others before the work-
was tlono or materials furnished. The
transactions of business nnd relations ex
Isting between the State-liouso ami IVnl
tentlary Commissioner nio reviewed nt
length, nnd the conclusion 0f
the coiiimltleo nn this ni,,t u
that, considering all tin i
slancos, tboie Is no reasonable objection
to thu dealings but ween the two boards.
The committee sav: "The Imlldliifr in,
been constructs! of tlin best material and
in an economical maimer." hi proof of
this, testimony i? adduced khnuimr i,.,t
tills building will cn.u less than any pub-
iiu uuimiug similar hi class, than any
public building In tho county. The his-
iory or tite stone cutting at tho peniten
tiary and tho transfer ot the contract to
W. D. UlehanNou Is set out in full, and
shown to,be legal, regular and lu thu In
terest of tho State. An anomalous con
dition or the law on tho subject Is stated
and shown up, and for whleii tl,0 state
house nor no other Commissioners were
responsible, and for whatever blame or
credit for making the contract with Well
ardsou belonged to thu J'onitonilurv
commissioners and Governor Palmer,
by whom It wa., made. Tlio Committee
attache no blame to firnvrnnr p-.i...
fur Ills participation l Die matter, bellov
Ing hlu, ,,,, ,,!,. hy h01M,inn.
Tho committee P-Jlth-llt.l.i. 1... . i
wlthan unusud degree ol dillgc, S u.l
matter, the undersigned ih..l Uut ill
htate-hoiae CommU-sIoners havu dls'
charged their duties CvltJi a cid and tldel
ity now, unhappily, rare among publla
ofllelals, and that If any errors have bee,,
committed they h:,Vc been errors of Judg
went as to matters about which reason
able and intelligent men may well dMVr -errors
which do not In tho slight ,i0.'
grce detract from Iho well-earned reputa
tlou for Probity, uprightness ami intelll
fif I o Kcntlerucn coini"in r
ho Board of State-house Coinnilsslo n, h
lluve oik' and il....rv,H.. .' "
Stat". wjfv in un.
' Tlio tJrnlt tlninc.
tspeclnl Tctoarnm to Clilc.igo llmci.
WAsntNOTON, March 31. -Tho stories
of the Texan border outmges nro suld.
hetv, to be part of the play Tnaugurnted
by the .senatorial excursion. It is sup
posed to bo part oflho progrnmmo that
advocates the annexation of tho northern
provinces of Mexico. A little trouble
vIlh .Mexico, If nursed up Into tho shape
of mi inslgnlllennt war, would help the
party, It h thought, nnd make good capi
tal ior i ne imiiro campaign.
THIS MEXICAN nr.SlXKSS
is the genera! tnlk of political circles.
The high positions of the mcu who have
gone to Mexico, nnd the fact or their vis
iting Mexico In an oillclal vessel, give the
visit nn unusual Importance. Kvery
morning bring, with systematic precis
Ion, the story of freli outrages on the
Mexican border. Good, eiitcmrlslntr
agents there can keep these stories go
ing, uuiii ino government win oc iiriven,
reluctantly, into doing something. Then,
under tho pretext of war, it will not be
sodilllcillt to obtain the desired concess
ions in northern Mexico.
Vice President Wilson ays the repub
lican party has no chance of success In
1870. except bv u radical chamre In lu
policy, nml his opinion, doubtless, Is
shared by tlioo in power. Thov. of
course, illller with him us to what should
ho tills change ol policy. A foreign war
Would unite tho supporter. ol tin. intuitu.
titration, nml there nro plenty here,
ninong tho.su whose oillclal position
gives them especial means ol Information,
no hay mat uie president is unscrupu
lous enough to use any means to keep
him-eir nnd his u.ssoclales In power.
Tin: cost of camkuo.nV tiiip.
A naval olllcer. to-tlar. u-nve the Time
correspondent tho Item's of expense eon-
iiccteu wiiu uio me oi iho government
vese. tho Dispatch, lie sav lleil. In
cluding the llttiugoutot'tho "vessel, her
Mipplle-. wear mid tear or machinery,
and the rid. of the vessel's loss, taken lu
connection with the time she will bo on
I hi .special duty, nearly two month, she
will foot up n bill of expenses amounting
to ut lea't $.10,000. A democratic house
ol representatives iniirht make sonic nh.
Jeellon to the auditing of till bill.
A H'fiOI'.STIOX ov it.stii.knci:.
The Dlspacth touched nt ICey West
since nn1 iircnMiig out ol me yellow le
ver. It Is thought that, should "yellow
lack" bit ak out on the vescl wlien slm
ha loft New Orleans with her freight of
distinguished American citizens, It would
prove as cll'cctual lu thinning down tlio
party us did the ready publication of tlio
purposes of her trip In the Times.
IIOHUSON'm V.IC11T CM)!.
They have n new name here now lor tho
navy department. Since the d "partuie
ot the Dispatch. It is called Kol lt'S(i
private yacht club.
Ingenuity ofn Itucno. .
A capillary correspondence was re
cently attempted between u notorious
Parisian in durance vile mid hi com-
l'.lilivs filltstilr. rl'lm nrlsniu.t ivr.u citnt
letter iroin Ills ilanco. containing a lock of
hair wrapped lu the leal or h book.
Tho jailer did not consider the -ouvenlr
important enough to be delivered, but
after a few days came a .similar inelo.siire,
and yet nnother. Thl aroused suspi
cion, and the. governor took tho matter
in baud, lie examined the leaf of tho
hook; It wa only that or acommon novel,
tlVimil'.&lv ltlll.w' (Wl fl llltrn 'I'luiti Iia
stlliiii tl llin halt. Mm! nntlidl lltn . suiftll
quantity of the gift. Coiiutliigtho hairs,
he round them of unequal length, twenty-
lIv t 11... I... II ..
i. Ill llilllliiri , iiiij rilllll.- il.s HIV llH.'h l
the page. Struck with the coincidence,
in; nun mi' nair lining inn lines (it lltn
page which they rosectlvi'lv reached,
beginning nt tho top with the smallest
hair. After somo tiouble, ho found that
tint f f ill nfivirli linlr nntiiti.il fn illlV.tt.-
ent letter, and that tlie'o letterseoinbined
lormeii a siang senieiicc, wntcli liiloriiicil
Iho prisoner that his frlt-iids tvere on tlio
wnli li.iiiiil that iho next time he lelt the
prison to he examined, an attempt would
fl. lll.'llll III riwiIUt llllll. Till. frnvj.i'iWLP I'll. I
llltl lit. HIS lllf.l.11ll,.t. till. Oil. if. , t at ...-
I' .IK.ui.l.llBll ,IV .til II. tl. 4 1.-7
cue was made, but the rescuers fell Into
their own trap.
Evansvillo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Pnclucali, Shnwnootown, Bvans-
vitio, iiomaviiio, uinolnnati
and till wny landiugs.
Tdoimilviillod eklo-wliwl ulcnnifr
IDLE WILD, -
P. i. V,0,v,'rn Miiilrr.
I. li. It. lnoiufl , Clerk.
Will loh'.i- Crnust llllc for Calm every MO.ND VY
iimlTIIIJItSliA Y al I oYliick 11 m.
t..MVcs ;ulru cuiy TL l;st.V Y una t IMDAY.at
liu'cUu'k p. in.
Tlic I'li-Kaut Jiili-wluf I ftfamir
nrM Itov.-.win Mnrtrr
WaI.tkii It. I'LSNiNorn.s Clirlr'
Will lf.ivi! I.nnsvillu fur Oilrocwry TUKsl
l.U unit l Uli'AYat l oVIock p-m.
WI,.l!,l,jY",,mr,,-r.v vs :-NKaiAYnnlfi.Vr-t
III1AY ut il o'rluck i. m.
The i'K-SHiit bi.lo-wliccl tTumr
.Inns Cltti f
''mVi pLn',ru rW'' lll,1S--VVHna SUNDAY
hi!l,i'.- V?iLm''Vs cl0(c, ronnectlnaii nt Cairo
mi li lii-l-da's fctwimera fur Mt. LquIi. .Mfia
jl.ls anil c.r thtaiu W l(t Ev..ni"!fte with
kihI uhi, 11 tl If hit -N rtli ami Kiwt ,
Ion i, . i w,..V 'vvc M"' Kh'-"K UirouKhre-trif.nt-iry
"n'' l-Kvri to all JoIdU
JTw"" 'Cr-al rtelVl'l : "l&t.
"ThoBost Thinrj- in tho Woat.'
Atchison, Topeka bnla Fee E, E.
Xj 3ST ID J3
Hj!"! rnrimnjfnnil AKnrulliiriil Ijisrti In,
Cii .I'S: '""". I" ndiiinr live lHtiufill
1 1 YeBtt8an,rie'!tf' w,th 7 " it. Inter
r a n r. n r. r tr x i i; i
.i,?".tL'.rf".lav" n,l'' lvlnS ruUlnrunni-
...... nt Miv. .iiriiiu,
Aotliiir Mivl On'ml'ilinicr, IVipeVn, Kaii.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rpjIK BULf.KTI.S H puVIUlieil ttry rooming
(I'xci-ft Mnitny) hi llif Iliilletln IlullJIng, eor
tier Waslimglon ttrnurnnd Twclnu ilixtt.
Tut Ili'i.LKTls; li sctvnl to cltj- tublcrllwrt by
fiilUiful catTltrintTtrentyKlre Ccnlt WftV,
la)blc wcsitly, II j-Mall, (lu Jranc), 10r
omiumi t tnoulLi, Hi llir uoutlit, (3 one
month, (1 M.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
Iublljliot erry Tliiirs.Uy tuottdnajit $1 23
prnnnum, invariably In mlvaocc. Ibepoitage
on Ui Wwkly will ts- iriiM nt tills offlt-c, to
tlut tubicrlWa will obtalu for a atibscrlptlon
li a 1 1. v .
HustiiM Conls, )icr aiiiuuii VA m
One J'juarr, one inrrrtlun 1 W
tine qu:ii, two liucrtlun 1 AU
(Hie iiuirc, one n.k a SO
Ono t'jnutv, two Htrks a fl
One uare, llinw wrrki,- 4 w
Oiib iuis., m,f iiiuulb, a im
Oue nqiiarc, one In-rrltoii, , $ m
Kadi nbsisuint Inttrtliiu ui
S3"0nr inch Is n iuiuirr.
S3" To rrKiilarnitvfrtlson vst offer r.iirlor In
ihifiiiicnU, Imlli m to rate nt chnrgra nml man
nit nt illllj iiiK Uiclr raTorn.
S3"Xtlrei In loral column In'nttil for Kif
lent l.VnU r line Tor one lncillnn, Twenty
Cents n line fur two Insertions, Twenty-Klvr
fenn ii line fnr three In-rrllons, Tlilrty-Flie
Centa a Hue for one week, mul fieteiity-FIre
Cent a line forune month,
Communications upon oubJecU of Ren
oral lntoreat to tho public aollclted.
53'AII tellers (JioiiM be u(Miei"cl In
JOHN' It. OIICKLY,
1'resMent Cairo Ilnlletln Comrany.
C. N. HUGHES,
Orer Mtbuti k XThX't.
JyOSK but I'lrtt-Claa.i Compaulea rrjirr
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Basic Building, np-italri.
The Oldest EaUbliahed Agency In Boutb
WM. T. BEERWART,
Tin, Sheet-Iron, & Coppor Waro
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
STEMBOAT AND JOB WORK
PUOMPTLY ATTENDED TO
No. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Beit. Oora.mrolal and Waahlnirton Avea,
Iho Piivats Freaorlption Booli,
Br.r. rMi.iiuiDt .n, nnoicr re, inron.
to anil Bexuttl !)lf asci, AitlMiit,
HrMleultl,. I'.urrb, I'-oii.iiiui tlon, hi..,
.Inula. fcrkiM-cl. llyilrar.l,, Hrrofu.
luu. blllltc od Ktln Mhm, II,.
rr lnibt.lul. I rm.la U eakur... Ktdnpj
in..,.., ncmiiiai anu imtvdui iji
bllllrand iCihauatlon. Xmrotec-
.ey. lili-al, htrk-turt auil Udl.,a.i.iirU'
,u. ironi Aiccai.ca mil loipruu,ni
lllaDlla. .! liiu. UidB.j ai ba.iiu
Prwerlptloji Dik. Ik. lal-al aol tnl
MARRIAGE GUIDE tSXZfrlXiXtir.
iiic.,u4 111 vriuoc hexr llfltioda or Trftlni.nl .-r
l&a im, il.iWca( iMr, rtu 20 yeara esparlruce. ,i.tur
laniw.Jr d4 rmiaarat ttim. In all (uiall r.i... no
""''l-l.rhal,..afall.4. A tfiULI, llul.l. f.r Id.
wairlMl aa4 lli.ia riiiwplwjiia M.rria,.. finltr.elDf Im.
Irtani r..ufuju4 la aotA.f welt. X.ilM uooaf ! n
l 'llf llcui. aUrM
THT. AMERICAN REMTOV CO.,
No.703Ptaaetreat, T. I.ncia,un.
IKTl f-Ma.l llkoul cbaria. Tnl Sllal
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
n p HAM.1DAY, rieMnt
HE.MtY I. IIAI.t.lUAY, VK-l'rt
A. 1J. SAKFOItll, CaMiler
WALT KH HYMl.or, Asa't Caiblur
3. SrXATa TATton,
li. L lUl.l.UIAT.
It It C'tTs(,01IAj,i
W I" IIAIXIPAT,
U. I). WlLLUXaoN. Httfllts; JllliU,
A 11 SATfuHU
Exchango, Coin and United Statoo
Boudo Bought and Sold.
Kl'OSITS recelvej nnj a general banking
CHARTERED MARCH '21, 1800.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A II. SAKKOIIK. 1'iraiileiit.
H. . TAYI.OII, Vlee l-iwlileiit.
W IIYSt.or, hcc'viuul'I'iTiMiirer.
I'. .M. IIarci.av, ClIAl (iM.Kllll.ll,
K. Jl, MDCMI.Itll, I'Al'Lli MIHII,
U. II. C'l'MMNdllAM, II I, IIALLIIIAV,
TN'TKRi:STinllniiilrHialti! at the rate of lx
Xierrent iernnniim, March lt ami H,ilein
lr lt. Inli ir.il mil wltliilruwn I uilil.il Imine
illately to the irhu'iial nf the ileponlta, tbereliy
Kltlnic them nuiU'uuri'l Intereat
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Monoy und uo ono
oIho enn draw it.
'ii i-i.-ry lMiilni-Miliiy rrumn.1 111. ld.lp.nl.
mul salnnl.iy rvrnhu fur imvIiiks ileiionlt.- (inly
W. HYSI.OP. Treasurer.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Corner Commorclal Av. and lilchth 3t.,
la open from 0 a.m. to I n rn. far the trantnet
Ion iifreKUIar IlankhiK biialnes. Al-o ou Mil
unlay ct eiiln from 0 to 3 o'clock, fur theae.com
inolntlun nf ;nThiKi ilqiojlton.
Exchange Bought and Sold on tho Prln
clpnl Cltlcalnthe Unltod Statca.
Clfl-oiflgii KMlmnjrr ilrawn on Unplainl,
IreUmil, Knincc, ami all the iirlneiiial ciiIim In
(ermnny, .wtcrUnil, llclKluni. Ilollaml, Itti
la, Denmark, Italy and other luirizu nations
E"Collectlon made In any jnrt of Knrniie liy
I) rail or power of attorney.
S3Ittera of cieillt tor tmeleri In i:urot.e
Gold, Silvor. United States nnd
other Bonds Bought and Sold.
hlmii illmi oa Tins C:;::ii3
IN THE SAVINGS DEPART ENT.
V C. CANEDY. Prostdsnt.
HENRY WEI.LS, Vice Proaldcnt.
THOMAS LEWIS. Caahlor
T J. KEltTII, Aaaiatant C.iahler.
Don't ilnlaTtntuy nliond nf tlio INtH'S
TltlAI. KAIlllin li.N COMl'ANV.
Don't eompare It witlin Itteryi larin mind
that the Capital Invi-.tul la aliruyi "ecureil.
Kvery Ilond imrrhaseit before April .Mh xvlll
tiarlleliale in thu K.jiirtli fcerle DrawliiB, to te
held imhllely. In tlicClty of New Votk, on -Monday,
April. 1th, 17S.
Bonds are $20 each.
Thin Loan li Uimilon n now-l plan, nnd It
nulhorlzeil by specl.il Act of Ihe lavlal.Utire of
thehlatuof .Sets- York
CAPITAL PRIZE, 8100,000.
Circulars Rlvlnx full explanation, will be dent
free of chariie, on upplleutlon
Kor Ronda and full Information, addre m tvllh
MORGENTHAU, BRUNO & CO,,
22 Park Row, New York.
Or to O, N. HUGHES,
B3 Ohio I.erte, Cairo, Illinois.
Ilemlt by dralt on New York City llanka, He
glstcrcil loiter, or l' O. Money Order
ST. JOHN'S and
Ordorfl for Cortl by tho cnr-load,
ton. or in hogshcadB, for Bhipmont,
promptly nttonded to.
Say-To largo consumers and nil
manufacturers, wo aro proparod
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform rutos.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
EflTalllday Ilro.'a olUrr, No. "0 Ohio Levi
EJ'llalllilay Ilro.'a wliart'boat.
fl-At Knyntlan Mllla, or
tl-At Ihu fcotti Dumi, nxit of Thirty-Eight
ra"I'r"t Offlc Prnwcr, .vm
PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES.
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOOD3, COLLIER WHITE LEAD,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW GLASS,
BRUSHES, SOAPS, COLORS. OILS,
TUBE COLORS, DYJ3 8TUTF8,
VARNISHES, ETC., ETC,
'VITK "ftllelt enrrcpondencc nnd onler frrn Drtifil'ti, Thtfielana aad flnral Stores In wan
of irorula In our line Mtmmboat, I'l .iiisfuu n I lalnlly .Meillelne Cr furnlaheil or a v
mini will! rdiaoic m ni reuxiuaijie nil'-
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, f A
74 Ohio Lovoo.
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k INAERtlolJsEir.l4lOAco. IjJ
The Sprasue Can Opener Qa
Wo havo veplcniahccV our Job Fi'inting Ofiice with
many fonts of now typo and havo orders out for othor
fonts of tho latest popular styles. Wo aro detormincd
to establish the reputation of our offi ;e for first-clasa
work, aud make our prices so low that tho most enthu
siastic patrons of foreign cities will bo compelled' to ad
mit that we do work at lower prices than any othor of
fico in tho country,. Mr. Oborly, admitted to bo ono of
tho best practical job printers West and South, has
assumed porsonal supervision of tho job printing do
partmont, and will endeavor to givo satisfaction to our
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
TRO I RETAIL A PRCSCRTPTION
Wrwhlnfrtor Av., Cor. thflt.
EOCHE3TEP TT . "
Should lie sold by the Uardtvar J Cinrrtd
Goods Trade evcryv.
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Will emt Samplr, Vfte, an rtttlpt of 93 CenU.'