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XT Sftfixtl.
ARTER-& STEWART.
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(iareoMi-.n 16 Ii Art At'
grocers
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A.JHJ
Commission Merchants
No. 113 Commercial Avenu,
CAIRO, ILL8.
Bristol & Stilwell,
FAMILY
GROCERS
Hoop ovcrytbiiiK portaininz to
tho lino of Stnplo una Fancy uro
scries, Woouonwaro, VJgetablcB,
Fruits, Sic, Sic.
Boss and Irijyruber
BAWLS I'OR. uro VS.
HARMONEKAZE,
Fisch.oing Tacclo,
j
Agget and Opal t
JV1ARBELLS,
Belle and Ium bounde
Roaling Whoops
Fur Boizo nnd Gurlr.
Jumping Roaps,
Vealloscipcads, (
Krowkay Cets,
CHEEPE.
A Horse for Salo.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
VAitn.i v sroitr..
ISTew-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
IN TIIE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Close.
Corner 10th St. nnd CommorclM Av
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
I'AIXT AND OILS.
B. F. PARKER,
Denier in
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Papor, Window Glims, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Alwayj on hand, tlio celebrated Illuiitlinllnir
AimoiiA OIL.
Bx'osi
3SU.lld.lXl S.
Corner Eleventh Street and Wftehlnif
ton Avenuo
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
a, o. irrjELs,
PROPRIETOR.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
Bulletin Building, Corner Twelfth Street
and Washington Avenue,
14i.J nilnnla!
t , .
VOL. 7.
i.tfiuoit ieam:r.m.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Whoi'NiU m tlrlail Dealers In
Foreign
and Domestic
LIQUORS
my
No.
OF ALL KIXDS,
60 Ohio Lovoo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MK'i'-lt' ..SMVTII A CO lure nnlly
Uti Mock of ItAlKivrii in Itiv tmr
Ut, urvl Kin; nix-clal attention toll. "IioImiU
Much of I hi- ImtlneM
hi:.
IOE! ICE!!" IOE!!!
JOHN SPROAT,
Wholesale ami Ititall Ilnlrr In
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo and Kankakee, 111.
CAIRO orncE:
At Ilulen & Wilnon'a, Corner Twelfth St.
and Ohio Ltivee.
I will run n It warfon Ihroushnut the
I sm, iklltrrink,' parr Ijle lor In any
lrl or tli city t trie lowest martel prirr, ami
will alsofurai-h my friend otit.l'letherlty with
ri- by the oike or ear ln-vl, pui'lied In sawdust
or shipment ti ar itnrr.
IIOAT NTOIUIN.
SAM WILSON,
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
' PROVISIONS, fco.
No. 110
Oliio Xiovoo.
iioti:i.s.
GRAND CENTRAL
HOTTilTi
- ,l-
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Coruor miRlitli Sti-oot.
WW. WETZEL, Proprietor.
ATItr'TY watrh lept ntf-ld and iUy for
trains and steamboats
Tlif of accommodations
trueM at Two Dollars ir dar
for tmnniuit
3.i-ir
NTOYKN
BEERWART,
-Iiealir In-
STOVES,
TINWARE
HOLLO W-WAB E, &o.
JIanuf.wturrr of
Tin, Shoot-Iron, & Coppor Waro
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
STEMBOAT AND JOB WORK
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
No. 27 EiGirrn street,
Bet. Commercial an J Washington Avea
HENRY BREIHAN,
Olalo Xiovoo,
Dot. Socond aud Fourth Btrcotu,
Wholwale OB'l Ititufl J)fi3cflu
Milwaialsoe Boor,
Berliner Weiss Beer,
Bottled Ale,"
Sweetf Cider,
Soltzor and Soda Water, Etc
' 10Alwniyi keeps ihnTJ ilnrk'on hlttli trt
Il iireporwt to ntmlh mil snpptlivs on very ahort
n'llirv, il wuiuiii'.l 0,1V
WM. T.
i rni in yonr eruvw
IWMMni
" gi fatfi jttlMm -
Offtco, "nwllo'Aw. UM-VliincT. C:mQr T-.volfth. Street ii
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1875.
t7r' U . 3 . 1 1 .til tt
ROUND-ABOUT.
ll'rorn UivCourUr Jourunl.i
I.
Whkiici-' ,'lmlrnl IVtlvnl
A I'arU corrcspoiuliMit myn that tliu
mtiklcliiii iml AiimtuurN then' urfliill In n
llnttcr nhmit "I.olitiiL'rln." tlie work that
In salil to Ixi rc'Kunlwi hy Up rr WuRiiuriH
nn error ol" tils vonth. lie li.n l'oik! m
much iH-yimil 'I.olimrlii," as lifl.oli
! irr!t li- li.nl uow beyond tlie "Flyiiiic
nutcliinnii mi"! 1'rom a manifesto wlilcli
hu liiMjiiit Usiu-tl to thu Cicriiiiin imblle
Itli leitrniMl that whim thu Wnijncr Thm-tt-r.
now bolni; erected ftt ISeyront, I
thrown open tn-U yinr. only hl I.Uer
work will he represented. I he pro
gramme Is rulher utmt-ltiK : 'Jjiinday,
Angii't 1. at 7 o'clock r. M.. tln heln
nhiKor'llhelnjjoid;' .Monthly, 1 v. M..
iTM nctot Uif Walkut-re;' ) v. M., ux
oml act, nml S v. M.. third u'l. The Intt r
vaU will be paved by the iniiliuiut! In
grounds collision to tho theater, anil by
thrirlormer In a anli-n pe!.illy 'i t
npnt."
II.
Tim. Onf" In n Churiti Ciiolr
Mr. Oatn, the opera-boiillt; canUitilcc,
together with a select qunrlvtte ot vocal
i't" from her troniM'. san the K.i-tnr
anthenn In Uratv einirch, Mil Kraiuivo.
For si-wral weeks the Californium have
been ilfli'hted with the iN'rlonnaiice of
the Oatei troiijK! lieforc the lootll'hts "ol
one ot the theater'. The p.irklinr
natijrlitliii'M of the comic opera va
s:len with n vim. nnd ' many, tlonbtles".
Hi atMidlnr the Kater K-rvlce.. half ex-pi-ctttl
to hear the inn-ie riiii with a lla
voroi wi'ek-nlcht cportlvcnc?. Hut In
tcatl. thu selection' wen- rejnleretl .with
the ell'i-ct of cultured vocalization. In all
ioleumltj anil pathos Ami why not V
.MnIcl mii'lc, no matter who -liitr.
The harmonloii catlences apH-al to the
foul, liitleH'ident of the jier-onality 'if
the eM"'iiiiint. Then, you know, the
witching Oatea may be an earnest com
municant. All tlie Ix'ttcr for that. If
true. Hut would it not lie an exo-lli'iit
plan for therlerjry to pur-iH', In their i'f
fort for tie' reformation of the stajre. to
iier-uaile the 'tap; folk to participate
in the exert'I-c'! ol th'lr Sabbath -t u-t-'f
Tho-e who are o ra tinkers could be
jlvcn plate In the choir, while tho-e who
are 'imply actor could tx' ix.TinlttisI to
act uher parts, anil to pa's th' fnntribu
tlou plates around.
111.
Ainrrlrnti Tunilp I.nillrs.
A diMhitfiiti.hetI French critif who has
Inen w ( 1 1 J 1 1 1 ir away lome months hi the
L'nited Staler, and who has taken obser
vations of American foclety throiiLdi
Freiieli ipectacle', pcii-plcturc our
youn lath's for the benellt of hi Pari,
fian reader. Aeconlinz to this author
ity, the youus laJiei or New York dally
drive to C'enind l'ark. either with iht i'r
lady (rieudsor with iiiin who lias the
honor of eourtln them, and lllrt openly
with him;. or the-e iiuli'f.itlunble Ama
zons drive thcnwlves in a biiirjry. In
tlie winter ihey clrinire tie- pliaelou (or
tile Melxh, .'katt: on tlmlake ot the park,
or air their curio'lty In the !-torea on
Hroadwav. Thev In-lst that all the goods
hall be unfolded, a'k thu price of every
thing and buy nothing. 'J im Impassible
clrrk dix.'s not manifest lim lea't
t''n of ili-conteiir. 1 hem I-
iK'eullar word for till- Mnzitlar cu-toni,
. hi....... (....t. i...m..
we ait' ioiii. jauiiiiai iu .viuui irtu 1.1'nv-,
and -oulKwlmt v to hnli'li kulic It 1
calletl "'hopping." Another custom ol
which American women are sain lo oe
inltrces Is that of going to the confec
tioners and taking Wv at every turn. In
the evening the sums young ladles nn-
found at the tliiiitrvumi at tne re-taur-
ant. II a grant! oau i given xney are
sure to be ecll. In tilt' Milliliter I'liille's
parties call tncmloihe watering-plan-
to Newport, to Saratoga. Long llranch
where tllt'V UMiiay many limes a nay
toilets mlllelentto ruin twenty hit-baud'.
Notwithstanding alt theno terrible draw
back", the critical-Frenchman vouch-afe-
tlie earitablo remark that "In the end
thee American girls make good wives
mil exce ellt mothers. 1 he young men,
on the other hand, are salt! to be dl-tin-gni-hed
from tlie women by mote calm
ness ami reserve which l ciirourngiiis:.
to i-av the least. Cen. Sheridan Mimiiil
be detailed to toriii this critics Hoard-ing-lioiise,
1 lli lpless YmiKi'i' III I'arls.
IKrom D.Hiibury Itailcy 'a Ixllcrs
Atlcr tlrelnir. I lookitl outitle tor
inv shoe, but they were not there. Then
1 rung lor them. Pretty mioii a young
maul anneared. hlie curfled. and l re
plied "That's all right, anil proper
enough, too. nut I win to direct your at
tention to tlie fact that inv shoes have
not ariivcil." Shut curtsied again, and
tood there, autl looked at me In a plea
ant oil-hand manner. "Shoo-ec." saiil I.
haiiiieiihi!' to remember my I reiieli
"Shoosee. bootee, uoee comee." Then
she Mured at me, and fudtleiily turned
and disappeared. It U jii't u well that I
liannenetl to h union I i s nircon hii'dish
and a I tlius rcllected the maid
returned, hrlnglng with her a
kliock-hcadeil voutli. who re
vcaled in every liiieameiit of his lace and
every hair in the tumbled inas, the re
volting and awful f.iet that the KnxlMi
language wad further beyond his reach
than the North Pole. I would much
rather Mie had not lnoiight him, as It Is
hard cnotiuh. goodness knows, to talk
with one Frenchman. "Shoose. 'hoo'c
aiil I ;"wh re on earth arc they'?" He
bowed hi acknowledgment ot the wisdom
of niv observation, but It was evident he
dltlirt intend to permit It to upset him
"Heree, lookee, Jolinny," Raid, holding
up inv loot, anil going through tlie nan
tomiine ot pulling on u very obstinate
boot. "Shofie tirlngeo qulckec." Ills
face lighted up in an instant. "Qui,
said he. "Git," said I.
tttcs I had tho fhoe?.
And In live mill
TheMonlliorihe MUslssliipl In 1770
(i'rom I'lttman's "I'rticnt State, of the Ym
ropean settlements on me jiisiMiipi,"j
Tho navigation of the Mississippi Iscon
lined to vessels not drawing abovo seven
teen feet of water, there being little more
In the deepest channel on tho bar, which
Is fiibleet to shift very often, so that a
pilot Is constantly employed in sounding
On every part ol lliu bar there Is nine
leet ot water, and small vessels go over
itwuiiout tear; ingates oi tinny-six guns
liavo oiieu gone uirniigii me.
rhnnnel alter taking their guns
out. When once a vessel has
crossedthc bar, the remainder of tho navl
gallon is very safe, keeping clear of the
great trecH which float down with thu
current. When winds nre contrary, ves
seii) make fust to the trcca on thu banks
oftlierlvcrandlmnl close, there being
sutllclcnt depth of water for any ship
whatever. It Is Impossible to anchor
without being exiiodml to.tlie danger of
Hit! great In t-wlilcli lomo down with
Hie current almot contlnuondv, but
more especially at the time ol tic Ui.uiIj.
which, If any of them should roi,v
athwart hnwsc. would most prolnbly
drive In the bows of thu vessel, :md tin re
Is a certaintv ol loing tho nti 1. ir-. m
the bottom of the rlter Is very ".ft mud,
covered willi sunk logs, and Is geie i.dlv
at lea't lxtv(i) fathoms deep, mul this
cort or bottom and depth continue nl
most as far ns Natchez, ami nil vtssels
that enter the river can go up within
three miles of that port. ;
Dalies Ames anil Mr. Collux.
The death of Oakes Ames doe not sr..
cure the acquittal of thoex-if -pr. -Id-iit
to whom tlie former cleclansl he pilil a
certain amount ol Credit .Mobilier divi
dend'. The Hartlonl J'otl ive-nilv lis
'ertetl that "the executors of O.ii,.-,
Ames have ill'coven'd by his ar mis
that tht money he claimed to li:iv
to Mr. Uoirax and others Wa. in tan,
Used Cor his own pttrpu-es at the time he
was h.irtl pree'l by lil llimtiei.il enib ir
riis.'inents ;" but thl" posi liitiii' is ,,.ji,.r
Mon of the ilead mail provokm! the i'dI
lowing empliatle reply Irom one of his
executors :
"A an exeentor of the estate of the
Jatc Moo. 0.ikc Ami's I pronounce the
above statement of the Hartford W to
be untrue. On the contrary, all the in
formation in my possi-lon. both ti an
executor and an Individual, convince
me that the time Mr. Amc- alleged he
naltl the money to Mr. Collix ami other
lie was not hard pre--e,l b tliiancial em
barr.isnienN. I am nUo thoroughly
eonviiitvtl that the pnynii'iits which Air.
Ames claimed lo have made to Mr. Col
fax and others vrt matir at tht. time, in
tht inonn'f, ni'' ' . the Mrjrmr tnt"l hu
him. "Ui.ivi.il Amks in."
"North Ka-ton. M.is., Ajird 1. lsTS."
A Clerii'til Impression,
fsprin.'il. I I IIi piiiili Mii )
Apropos (i the Wergy eomes in a little
Incident of last i'k. !!. Mr. wa
'trolling up Miin Mns't. eiitertaiuiug
MeNary, the druggist, wall hi- i-hjiIohI
fancies and charming i'"inveratioii. when
he was suddenly roughly seized upon tho
shoulder by a hall'-drunkcn man with,
".-.iv, mister. i this .Main -tn et ':"
"Ye-," re-ponded the fleryinan.
Well, then. I winild like to know
where In h No. OUT UV
"My dear sir," replied the clergyman.
"I am not very well acquainted j
with h . but my luipri Ion Is that
the numbers there do not run up 'o ,
high."
V
A hi Hook tor ,vi. j
The People's lominun seme MeJIeal Ad
vl. r, In pi tin Knvli-li, or Jleditme 1 till- I
tied : iiy It. V. Pir.iif k, M. 1., t cuti-tlor.
in-eliict of Hie Itoanl ol I'ujsl tain unit ,
surf on-, at the VnrId'i Dlsprii aiy, Uul
taio, N". . i'liii above work a bunk uf J
iibn t iiiiieh'ili'lre.l Urge pit". prolu-clj
illil'traii'd wi li Vod r.nyrav n s and ol- ,
tiled plate-, and well .uul ir"iigly boini'l- ,
will I e .sent, ju t pit1-, to aiiy atltl e , lor 1
One noil.ir and Fifty e. nt -making it Hie
c'lcpett liuok n er tillered to die Au.erU-jii
poiuile. O hrr binkf treatli K f l"in rUt
llleiilclnn, 1 1 like izc ji il -1 J u ot lillelillK.
nid not i.eirly n well lllu-tni c 1. ith n I
colored pla o-. nnd -ome ol tliein cnntalnln,
no ti - ripiiuiis nml innk n',' knoun u .
iceans of pelf-cure f ir the tl'"st-nes wlileh
thev tllscn-s, sell lor trum iluco tlollits anil
a tslf to tle il.i l.irs. Vre I).-, l'leree'
Work not piii(iih-il hy the uuiuor, ji iietd
a .d txii.nd n,tli Ms ii'mi niiichltieiy. nml
wvro It s Id tlir u.'h tiL'eiits, u- other hk
works sre, lue nn.
r II
tvonl.l liutp
.1 Jc. Hihii f"iir Ui'liar i "r wnen me i
pulill-lier p t-too iiutlmr a lair i ru e for
ins p otlneiion then udd- a profit lo ti I i-
lim il larye ioti,'a o -nii-ir mill-- n hum
onmelKite lilm. Hot onu I insular, w
5l-o lor the risk I pi cunlary lo-- wliii li li-
utiles in taking 1'ie f.nn c ot t ie eun r- i
prl-e proving a m- t -, ami wucn tlii -t tte
Conn y nnd eanv.i..p s a!,'-Dt ha u h r-.
ceneil his frjet, they have added in Me'
xpeo-e nl t I'OOK.iuai O' ii'ii auv eos nn .ui i
l.j.i co raucn ui.i mo poonie nit e lo py i
nut les- tli.infl.oij in- t. I he Ten lc
Med eal Ad i-er.nn the contrary, I- pl.iei d
Wllhin tho I'icii iary r nii ol u.l clis-t l.j
tlH'Biitlior. who udnpts the lm "I th
tir.n gcr-, tllp-tisin ltii mi Idle men urnl
Uli.'t e neiieii hi meir Tm ii to me
peopl . otierl Id- boik it ii price htt'e
tliove ao u l eu-i'ii P'lii leal on I ii.it muse
1 slil i lliu iHitik m.iy run n ' risK ol len nj
lliclr money In kmkIIu it lliroiwli h" uulis.
Hi" uutiio ail rtis's that ninie y ailiire-e i
In III in at 11 iliaio. . i ., nnd Uul ed In
reUtored I-ti-r-, may In at hi- li-k il
lost. 'I lie .nitli .r's 1 .rgo cntre-wuideiii'e
with th p-nple upon miieai in 'tiers,
wiiH'ti we a'e eivild ly liifiirun d freiiiirti 1
ei eo ts tlir. e hll' dr d 1 Ito a dy, Mid
reijiiircs erd ii'.iuicdaMl skillful in dn.il
isi t.iuis uiei .ii ri-imnu ri n ri rs n en-
itldo hlui to entertain m d nn-wer iliein. u-
well n h'-lirir dadv dealings with ill ea-e
at the World's Dispennry. nppe rt Ii.im)
lie u I rly n ted 1 1 Im lor wrl'liiK tne w oi k.
hy ri'iidei-uii; Mm tery l.uuiliar "itli t e
eery ila nii'ille.il needs 1 III p- pie. He
elide .ni-in tins Wo k to un w r ull ill
nmiiernits rjllt lloil- re I It llg t'i liealttl ami
ti-i'.i-p t ut li ne in en uhir. s.e.i p. 1-1111 by
the people fr un nil parts ol llie lml. "d
lieuce it "niitnilis iinport;iul I in r 'itimi lo
ti e younL'nnd old, m.d and feiu.i'e, to gle
ami nnrrled. iiowle re e.e to lie liiuml.
All lie iieift nr'alent dln as, s of ledh
sexes urn id plainly nn I lin v eo s d"ri d
ml mea ls nf -oli-eiire m ill" kn '"'ii. I. n-
Use oilier works o I) nie-tle M dieitie, il
ini'luil' " tlie Mi'iji'ut. of lli.mL't. icrbrd
lliy-io ogy, lly'tcf c, Temrii'iMinents. 31 u'.
ringe, It pri'iliii'tinil, t ie., nil ol "Iil' li aro
treated in n o iginai an I Hit- re-unc man
nr. It Is a eoiiipendun) it Anat in eal,
l'liystnlngii'iil nnd Medie.i i li'iiee, hiuIciii
liodlistlio latet ill'coverlfs in inch de
partment.
Chancery Nstlce.
I'tILI.IAM S John u, iulminnmuor of tho
estate of Samu.l W. .lohn deri-.n-nli
Mury An.luhn, Mir a w'lllismt, Charle w'i
ll:mi, Laum .John ami Willimn s.,iolm. ile-.
lVn'liiit, ure uutuloi ilul on no ijui diy l
Mnreli, 17.V .lOM'hh I. ItolsTM, ciimi'lalimnll
Hied hid lull Inch.inceo in ineAli'Minucr coun
ty circuit ciqii, In the itite ot lillnoU, Mr
l'oii"l.iiii n..r,.ln vnn nre lh ilrlPiHlanta,
and Hint d suit is now peuduiK In uM C"iirt.
uiui a Mimmnns was ineriiip'ni i-n"i
ld court, niraliist von, repinulile on tno llilnl
Monitay in Mnv , ls'"i. tn a tn m of s ;ld court
IhintoielioldenMliie courl-hoiire, In C.1110,
hifcaM Alexander CKtintr
Didiu. AiTirti. g., yoci;M L,riK.
SainilflP. Whitlcr, Solirllfr for ( (iiii;lnlii
nut .
lM-7-d't
A BOOK FORJHE MILLION
J . JT ATrimt CoctHlnruiha
JVL9.1?l.,i&fQ l(tmJ. it Uc turn u
rN,,JJ a I njitilct cJ nritltUom !
IwtVllUWa tit ! urivm, Hb H
hti luwieriulii lit ' itpe-i""-"'
lJi.lJof. ; , ri f , kir.4 a lint
ii.i tun 11 It t.k i. "JtiStiVuLi-
Aitlrei, Dr. I Pl'lsOffi e. It r.lUl6 I net,
SI. Uuli, )!
Notice to the Afflicted ond Unfortunate.
Kit? iH", : do mtiur Vmi jcui 4Ut U it C. iltflor.
' Vr'Siw S?5l . lA.ttt.hrv,. .ri.tr ima ti
l.iibt iiiiotor lunil eelttntKl infclisil norm.
oSSVoJ IvSii, U '1l" ""f. imt
1u,r'wieti t'",l,
"TasJilLnrtoii Arroauo.
BURGER "
STILL AHEAD AS
This Finn has
an
Immense
-COMPRISING
NOVELTIES
OF
-Which they offer at-
SACRIFICING PRICES
AND WHICH HAS CAUSED THE
EVER SEEN
Cor. Ninth Street and Commercial Ave.
WM. GLENN & SONS.
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
iNIMEXSE STOCK! GREAT
COFFEE Rio, Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR New Orleans, Hard and Soft Refined.
SYRUP New Orleans and Eastern.
TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS.
Pinest Assortment in the West
Commission Merchants,
M DKAI.KIts IN
Provisions,Flour,6raiii, Seeds, DrieclFruit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
68, 70, and 72 Vine Street, CINCINNATI.
ri..lni
Avnoi.LsAi.i; (iitoi cits.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
And
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Lovoo.
II A ThoilH
I. n.Hinni".
THOMS & BROTHER,
(suceeisors to II M Hulcn,)
Commission Merchants
Aii'lilculi rs in
STAPLE AND FAN C Y
GROCERIES,
rorolsn and Domestic Trtilta nurt Nuts
U COMMERCIAL AYENUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Didlrr In
BOAT STORES,
Commission Merchant,
No. 10 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL attention (,'licn towuilgimu'iit nnd
lllllntf orderJ.
PRESCRIPTION FREE.
FOUtlta fpmly cure of Srmlnnl WrpUnw.
Lot Manhooil nnd all illsunleM hroiixht
nnlly piiincreiiona or taccss. .iiij iihii
Lus tho inkredlenti,
A'urotii,
i-ni.wiT.
Pr. E
HILTON A CO..
ClnolnnMl, Olilv
NO. 93.
USUAL,
just brought on
.Stock of
ALL THE-
SEASON
THE
IN CAIRO.
VARIETY.! LOW PRICES!
itn.vi. iistati: .w;r..vr.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
. Real Estate
.vsri
HTOTJSIE) A.C3-E!lTa?3
COLLECTORS,
CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES BLIC
Land Agents of tho Illinois Centrul unit
Builniiitoii mid Uumcy K. It.
Comiuniua,
North Cor. Sixth nml Ohio Lovoo,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J. n. lv.ni 11.
i. j. mowi.ui
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Collectors and Convoyancors.
OFFICE At tho Court Hoiiba
"Tho Beet Thing: in tho West.'
Ai;hison, Topsh Si bti h R. I
IN KANSAS,
a, 000, 000 Acrtus
Of llie best rnvnnns and Ajrneuliunil Ijindu In
America, Uu.ni.l in and .near the Uauliliil
tutlonwoml and (Hint Allwivu vallen, Iho
panlftiof the Wwl, 011
11 Yonra' Credit, with 7 per cent. Inter
est, aud 'JO per coin. Dlacouut
tor Improvements.
i' v it 1: it r. r v s i i: i
To purehftscM of Land.
O'l'lrrnlari, with map, KlvInK full Infonnn.
Hon,, em lice. AtH. Ionyno!t,
Aetlni Land CoremlMlonar, TopcVa, Kan
hi i--l-7-wHni.
COMMISSION MCncHASTS.
O. CLOSE,
Owirnl
Commission Merchant
a.-d fcnnn i.v
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
IIAIR, &o.,
Under City National Bank.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AND SON,
Oacctson to John U, rnlllls)
FORWARDING
Commission Merchants
And OmIcm In
IIAY,
ORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEiL, BEAN, etc.
Agent! far LAFLIN TraND POWDEK CO'
Corner
Tonth Strcot
and Ohio
Lovoo.
7. I) Mntlm-u.
i: c cm
MATHUSS & TJHL,
FOR WARDING
And G'rnrnil
Commission Merchants
DnilfM In
FLOUR, GRAIN. HAY AND
PRODUCE,
C51 Oliio Ijovoo.
i: .1. Arrt.
H. t). A5TH
AYRES Sc CO.,
PLOUH.
Anil KciiervU
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
It.VMlJs.
THE
City National Bank
CAIRO, i ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL, - - 8100,000
omcm-.
W 1" IIAU.U1AY. President
lir.NUY I. HALLWAY. Vlre Prist
A H MAKV'(lltl), Ciislder.
W'Al.TLIl ItYsl.Ol', Ass'tCthter
uir.KCior.s
6rm T.ivi.oit, It II
Cc-rvi.vr.iiAM.
ll.tl.t.IIIAV.
lv r HtiLiriAY.
STCrilKX IIIHD,
S.tri'uiui
M'ai.i.i.Mov,
A II.
Exchango, Coin nnd United Statos
13ond3 DouBht nnd Sold.
Dr.l'CMfs recehed and a jrtnerat hanllnc
business done
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1860.
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A It. SAKlllHU, 1'ivaldcnt
!- s. TAYl.Olt, Vice Pn-ldent
W. IIYsLUP, Sec'vandTu-Heurer
directors::
1'. M
1'. .M
It. II
Il.tlXI.AY, C'llAH GALIOIttn,
&TOIKILKTII, 1'AlXfJ M'tllll,
CCN'MMIIIAM, II I, JLlLLIDAr,
J. M Piiauis.
I NI'KREST paid on deposlta at the rate of tlx
1 per cent per annum, .March I t and tem
1'ir 1st lutetesl not llhdrn 11 is addul Imme
diately to the principal of the drpoalU, thereby
Ki vlim Ihem eniiuiouud iuteieat
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Monoy nnd no ono
clso can draw it.
Open eri'i-y litisliii'smlajr fi-oniOu m. to p m
and nturd.iy ornuift for shvIiik's deposit only
liomii to s o'clock
W. nYSLOP. Treasurer.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Coinor Coinraorclal Av. and Eighth St.,
Ia open from Oam. to p.m. for ihe transact
Ion id lek'til.ir ll.ink.lnk busliicin. AUo mi aat
uidu eituiiiKti'iiin 0 tooo'clock for tho accom
niodatinii of s;niiini depoalton.
Exchanno Bouirht and Sold on the Frlu
clptil Cltlea In the United Btalea.
C3-FoicU'n i:xclwn drawn on England,
Ireland, I rtince. and all the print; pal citlnt lu
(Jertimiiy. swlirnland, Itelglum. llollaud, Itua
sla, Uiunwrk, Italy and other foreign natlonJ
Ej-Collcclion made In any part of Europe by
Druit or powir f attorney.
a-lA-tters of credit tor
furnished.
tmvflcrs in Europe
Gold, Silvor, United StntoB and
otltor 13onds Bought and Sold.
Interest v.l cs Titna D-:;j;ili
IN THE SAVINGS DEPART ENT
0. CANJIDY, President.
HENRY WELLB, Vtc Preildent
THOMAS LEW lei, CaaUitr
T J, KKItTU, AieUtf nt CeWr
ivJOH-rt'

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