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W. L BRISTOL,
Koop everything portatnlng to
tho lino of Staplo and Fancy Gro
sorion, Woodonwaro, Vcgotnblcs,
r riiim, eta., etc.
Bass and tnjyruhcr
Aggot and Opal
Belle and Iurn bounde
Fur Hoizo find Gttrlz.
A Horso for Salo.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
iu:.i. i:tati: ai:.t.
JOHN ft. HARMAN &
JONVF.YANCKKB, NOTAItIF.8 rtlBMC
r.and Agents of tho llllnoU Central and
uurlliiKton una uuincy ji. u.
North Cor. Sixth ana Ohio Lovon,
I II LYNCH.
i. j now I.V.V.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
nTl AT. ESTATE I
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE-At the Court House
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN TIIE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory CJobo.
Uomor I Oth St. and Commercial Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY.
Bulletin Bulldlnv, Corner Twelfth Btront
ana WaahiBRton Avonuo,
L .II ff.-B .1
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Whol'vilo mill fUtnil Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic
WI.MIN OF AM
14 1 DM.
MMHW. SMV1II A I O have nnliy
n hircc KlorL or Hit l"t K'mI l tin1 mar
ket, anl Khriilal nttcnliim toll ll-nlt
rancii in l ! imnini'r
HUSE, LOOMIS & CO.,
Till' L-nnt i.li-.uuiri' In announcing Hint tin1
e Hint llii'V
nnj now iinnaiiil to allium- (H r ikhiv wu
Ii AKT. ICE
of tin-very In t iiiillly, i IMht nt thilr lioti-i or
ul liic ".lure. Inters ahonl'l Ire lilt lit the
No. 00 Ohio Lovoo,
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
Wholei'ilii .in. I Ititull Diohr in
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo and Kankakee, III.
At Ilulen & Wilnon'a, Corner Twelfth St.
ana unio lmvuc.
will run an Ire wacnn throughout the
S.inon. ilclliTlnz nun- laic Im In any
part or llif clly otthf lowest marki t price, ami
will al-iiiiirnijh inv frli inU iiutlilrlhi:rUr with
crliylhi- rakenriur Usui, r.ickitl In tjwiliint
or "filt'lh'lit tounv tll.tancc.
Cornof XHclvtlx Slroot,
WM. WKTZKI.. Proprietor.
A TWISTY watrli kept "Wl't ami nay tor
trains ami iiti-ainliuuts
Tin. In! of ai-rnmiuoilalloiis
KUiala ul'l wo DoUais iaril.iv
Wholesale, Retail and
Corner Poplar and EUvonth Streets.
BaMTichoBt Cash Trioo paid for
nogs and uattio.
A roiiiil)-li INctiirliil lllstiiryol I III-
IIHI'V "B III lirl. 'ln,ltM,il. ,,,,.
IIIIIKl Stlll.itlll I'llllllly I'lipi'l
III llll( I'lliUII
NOTICKH OK THK J'ltllSS.
TI10 Wcuklv Is tlio nhlent ami nin-t now
print lllu.tratetl porio.lk-.il puhlMictl In
this country. Jtt oilltorlala aro scholarly
nuil roiivllii'lnK, unit carry mticli weight.
t lllitp-triitlrmit of rurrent oventx nrn lull
nml Irunb, unil arc iiri'iiarcil hy our best tlo
lnerH. With a circulation 01 VtO,()0, llio
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K- tinitiituinn 11 poiililvo position, ntul cx
lit cssi'fi iicuiiicu unvnuii puiiiicui .1101 ru-
(at nroliloniH. I.ouIhvIIIo Courior-.Ioiirtml
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oltcn corrohoratlvo arumcntx of no mull
force N. V. rixuniiiicr ami uiironicio.
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Inlinitalilo curtooiiB help to moiilil the sen
timents o tho country. iiifcuunf vo"
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Adircas UAIU'Kl. IIUOTUKUS, N. Y.
Offtc, ulltla 33Mlldlcr, Carn.or "Twalft- Stxaat ana. Wliln.ttt A.ttx.vi.q.
0AIKO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1875.
Nlicrtiii.il mi Miner.
While (it'iirml SlicriiKiH was Hiipcrln
niUiit (d'llic Mllll.'iry jXcjidcmy :il Ha-
(4iii l!oioi', pniVlous to Ilic war, tin; hiiIi-
niiM'ii Iiii'iiliiiil oceiii ml, iis ih-crilitMi la
Onii PVfiiliiK. !' larifcillnncr-paiiy, nl
Sovi't'imr Mixiri'V. nt.ulilch wi'ii-'prf-i'iit
n'Veral iiiciiiIhtm of tin l.(iiilIan i
laliiti', 'l ayldr, l!r.i, mid lint Allotni'y-
ii'lii'iiil. livalii", alter tin1 imuich nan n il
tin-lulilc, I iiotlccil iitdoyi'tiior Mnoru'M
(nil (illlliMt lively ilIritIoii i'(i1iil'('H. In
which my nutiiu wm frciiiifiilly tiM.nl.
At Icimlli tlioCnvcriior allti tmif, cav
ing: Colonel .Sliciniiiti, you csin icail
lly iinilerManil Unit Willi your lirotlier.
tlio Aliolllloiil't (iiniiuiaii: ior .-jim-.-iklt,
nunc ol' our people wonder Hint yon
lioiild Im here tit the lieiul of tin Impor
tant State Institution. ,mv you arc
nt inv table, mid I Vure you
ol inv eoiilldeuer'. Wont you .eak
your inlnil freely on IIih tiuc-tlon of
t-lavcry, that co noltatei Hie land V . ou
ire miner my root, mm, winuover you .ay,
vou pave inv pro'eetion. i an-'Ucivii :
Ijovernor Moore, you mlstaku in call-
lii! my brother, .lolm .Sliermau, an Abo
lllioiilt. Wn have bc.'ii H'parnted clnee
lillilhooil; I In the iii inv nml lie piir.ni-
li' liN prnlesslon of law In Northern
Ohio : anil it Is lio'cllile we iiinv illller In
general H'litlmi'iit, '.but I ileliy that lie is
coii-lilernl at home mi Abolitionist,
mil, tilllioiiL'li hi: tirefriM the I 'ire Institu
tion-: miller which lie lives to those of
slavery, which prevail here, he would not,
ol himself, take, from you by law any
uropertv whatever, even slave'." Then
said Moore, "(Jive ih your own views of
lavery n you see It here nml throui'h-
nit the houtli." I nnswereil In ellcet
that the tieonlo ol I.ouUiana wore hard
ly rc-poiiil)le for slavery, us they
nan liiiierllrjii it; that 1 'found
two ili-lliict I'oudltlous of slavery
domc-tle ami Held hand-. The domes
tic slave, employed by the families, w'cre
probably better treated than any slaves
on earth; but tho condition of the Hold
li.mtU wat dlllVreut, ilcpi'iidlug more ou
the temper mid ill-iKlt!on ol their mas
ters and over-eer- tlian were tho-e nliout
the house ;''aiul 1 went on to say, "Were
I a eitleu ol Loitloiana.uud :t iiriiiIht of
the Legislature. I would deem It wle to
bring the legal condition of slaves more
near the station nl human beiiiL'S under
all Christian and civilized government.
hi the llr-t place. I aniiied that. In sale.s
of slaves made by the' .State, I would for
bid the separation of families, letting the
father, mother mid children be sold to
gether to ono IH.T-011 Instead of eaeh to
the molicsl bidder. Ami. atra n. 1 would
advlo the repeal of the statute which en
acted a severe penalty for even the owner
to teaeii iih stave to roan and write, be
cause that actually uunlilled property and
took away a part ol Its value; Illustr.it-
iii'' tno assertion bv the 0.1001 lienrv
Hump-on, who had been tho slave of
Col. Chamber, of llapliles I'ar-
I.-li. who had L'oue to Calilor-
nla as a servant of an olllcer In the ar
my, and was afterward employed by tuo
hi the bank at San rnmct.-co. At llrst
he could not write or read, nml 1 coui.t
onlv afford to pay htm $100 n mouth : but
he was taught to read ami write by Keld-
lor. our h:iiik-tclcr. vlioii hN wi'vice-i Im-
caino worth $20 .1 month, which enabled
1 1 1 lit to buv Ills own freedom and that of
his brother and family." What I said
was ll-tcncd to by all with tho most pro
found attention ; and when I was through,
sonic one, (I think it was .Mr. Ilyams)
struck tho table witli his list, making the
glasses jingle, nml said, "Ho Is right,"
and at once he took up the del Kit 0, which
went on, on liotn side- with amuty nun
1 rness. t ji course. 1 was jriau 10 ncum?
received, ltecau-.! at the time till men In
l.onl-lana wore iireaumiiy excneu on an
questions allecting their iavc, wno con
stituted the bulk of their wealth, ami
without whom they honestly Iwllevcd
that sugar, cotton and rice could not pos
sibly be cultivated.
Nome Nuccesnm. l.ileriiry People.
Clement-', the humorist, better known as
Mark Twain, has done better than any
man of his turn of labor, lie has been
seven year before the public, and du
ilug tl'iat time has become rich enough to
live on his Income. Ills property in J lint
ford is worth more than 0,000. Mrs.
.Stowo has made more than any other
American woman, mid has probably
cleared $100,000. This may seem like a
large sum, but when it is spread through
a quarter of a century, it, Is not such an
Immense thing as It at first appears tube.
Marian Harlan (Mrs, Terhuno), who has
written industriously for twenty years,
has probably made jdj.OOO by ti dozen
novels. IVi haps Mary .1. Holmes has
dime cnuallv well. Call Hamilton (Miss
I lodge) enjoyed a good sale for her books
during the first lew years, but her vanity
got. tho better ot her judgment, ami suu
quarrelled with her publishers. Her next
hook was devoted to tho quilt ni, and it
at once Impaired her popularity. She
now has a corner In Harper's papers, nml
nIo hi tho liitlexmltnt, but will never do
much in bonks again. Her Impudence
toward the venerable .lolm Tndd, who
microti with her In opinion. showed how
thu vanity arising I'min; success spnlls real
talent. Walworth, who was shot by his
sou. never made much out of his Imol
and they were, In fact, too Inferior to sell
without; extraordinary puiiery. .iosii
ttitiiuilt v.lliiwiiiniiii j 1 mi
Hillings (Shaw) has found u
nhirity. lie is witty, and
wi-o as well as liuiiiy tilings. It seems 11
pity that such 11 clever Icllow Hhould bo
obliged to borrow the hikes of poor Arte-
mtii Ward, mid print them as original,
nut sucii is ono 01 tuo weaknesses 01 turn
Philadelphia is agitated over Iho mica
tlon uf lintel accommodations for the
thousands who will visit her during tho
Centennial Kxhlbltlon, The propretors
of tho larger hotels, It seems nro alivu to
tho occasion, and promNo that there shall
Ira no want nl ronin. Tliouiands of pri
vate liouses will bo thrown open to re
ceive hoarder. Tho great hotels will, by
additions and by renting adjacent build
ings, largely lucroaso their capacity. The
Cniitluentiiil, the largest hotel in thu dry,
will bo enlarged so as to iiecomodatu
1000 persons. An Immense oaravanscry,
covering a whole square, containing oil
private rooms, with accommodations for
j(K)0 people, Is proposed, This lmlltling
will bo so constructed that It can bu
turned Into a number ot dwelling houses
after tlio Centennial Is over. Tlio Cen
tennial company and tho railroad com
panies of tho city will erect on the Cen
tennial grounds an Immense building,
capable of accomodating IIOOO guests.
Jlesldcs these there are a number ot un
occupied buildings about tho city which,
by a little change, cau be made available
for lodging houses, A bureau will ho
established for the purpose ol receiving
and giving Intelligence about all matters
hearing upon tho question of accommo
dations. From tlio preparation already
made, and thoce propo-od, It appeal
piobablo that. I'hlladclplila will tint only
ho able to meet, nil demands or Iho occa
sion, but will ilo reap a very rich har
vest. So much business ami so much
patriotism combined Is not seen oficner
than once In a liumlntl years, mid well
mav the thrift V thinker regard the con
catenation us perfectly beautiful. Lucky
TnxvM nml IH'M In ' Viirlt illii.
H'roin the Hlute Journal )
liov. Tlldeii, lu a message lo the Legis
lature of New Vork, has liirnMicd nune
curious statistics In regard to municipal
debts and taxation, which Mill not he
without Interest In this Stale, when,, the
question ot municipal Indebtedness has
become so Important, though restricted
by the new Constitution. Oftwciity-fonr
leading cities of Iho State he says:
"The aggregate valuation nl property
In these cities, .uhjcct to taxation in 1H7I,
was Sl.ri'iy.tS.OT-t ; the aggregate of city
taxation was s:ii!,i:ilj,iai ; the aggregate
county and state taxation was HM.'.c.ki,.
137 ; the aggregate of taxation was $'0,-
4'HKW-i. 1 ho aggregate debt ot these
cities was $17.,0o7,l!ii7. Computing, the
taxation mid debt population nl IS70,
lidding 20 per cent, for subsequent
growth, the city taxation was $15.57, the
county and State taxation $u.lrf, and the
aggregate was $21.r.." lor each inhabi
tant. The city debt was for each Inhabi
Hut there Is a wide diH'ercnco lu the
taxes and debts of these several cltle,
both lu the aggregate and the per capita
ns to population. The highest city tax
rate it head ot population is hi'Now
Vork, $21 70; the next highest lu Al
bany, 11 10; the next in Vonkor.
$12 0:!; tho next In liuHiilo, $12 02; the
next in I'oughkccp-!c, $11 PI; the next
lu Itrooklyn, $10 i2; and tlio next In
Uoehester, $10 01. Tlio city tax lu the
other cities Is less than $10 tier head, and
gets ns low as $2 lu Kingston, and
l 70 In l.ockport. Of tho debt kt licad
New Vork has $101 S7; roiighkecpIo,
$tt 00; Hrooklyn, $7;i 7:1; Knehester,
$02 O.'i ; Vonkors, f "1 5." ; and
Lockport no debt. New Vork Is the
only city wiin-e tax rate and debt are
above the average, which are $l"i 07 lor
the lax rate, and $7."i Klfor the debt. Of
the cities above enumerated. New Vork
nud llrooklvn have populations exceed
ing -100,000 ; liuUiilo of more than 100,00"),
and Albany and Rochester populations
estimated at over 70,000 each. Of the
ret none have populations of more than
2.1.000. and Lockport's e.-tlmateil popula
tion is under L',000.
The wisdom of tho limitation placed
by the Illinois State Con-tltutlon on iho
power to incur Indebtedness mid make
loans, is apparent lu tho light of the
above llgures, but will lie more and more
evident ns time pase.
Not all who visit editorial rooms are
Intruders of bores, but a great many are,
and thcicarcso numerous that visitors;are
looked upon with some degree of sus
picion until their business becomes
known. It l never pleasant to Imj Inter
rupted In editorial work. There Is a
)ressur(- upon editors, -nicy work near-
nil the time under 11 pressure. Often
thir i.inns dii not flow I reel v, and when
tlint nrn not rilensini uiiji,t,iviiw. uiev
are not In tlio mood to spend much tlmo
iiiinn thon who Interrupt them.
We suppo-c it is -afe to say that
tlnviMbui tlis of those that call
lo .-ce "tho editor ' have no business
proixuiy with that Individual. Often
they do not know him personally, and
In order to llud lilm they interrupt a half
locn men, who have important work to
do, and only a limited time to do it in.
Then it they.rcccive short answers, they
feel aggrieved, anil talk- about Impolite
treatment, iho editorial rooms ol a
printing establishment are private, and
are onlv In be vMted as a matter of tavor.
by thn-o who have business with the edi
tor. The Ix'it way if people have some
thing to say to the editor, is to wtite that
something mid send It to him. This
would iae time on both sides, nud serve
a liettcr purpoe, nine times out of ten.
than a per-oual interview. Cineimuiti
Let Hie People Ni-nk.
It. V. 1'IKltf K. Ilutlalo, N. y.:
Dear hir : Your Kavorlto Prescription
has done my wile n world of pood. Him
has taken tiuurly two bottles and his kit
butter the pat two weeks than at nay tune
In tho past two years. No moru jiciiodlcul
pains ; nunc of that achlog back or drag.
King ciiatIon in her stomach the lias hecu
ucciistnincd to for several year. I have 90
much comidouco In It that 1 would lio per
fectly willing to warrant to certain custom
ers ofnur- who would bocjad to gcthohl of
relict nt any expense, 1 have tried many
Patent Medicines, hut never had any occa
blon to extol one heforo.
Very truly yours.
(Iko. II. Will UNO.
.Mrs. i:. It. Dai.y, Metropolis, ill , writes:
"Dr.lt. V. Pierce My nlncr Iuhi8 tlio
Kaoiito Prcsciipllon with ureal tene It."
Maiiv Ann KiiisniK, Lehman, l'.i., writes:
"Dr. 11 V. Plerco What I h ue taken ol
your luedlelnu has been nl more leiifiit to
nie than all othorx ami hundred o( doctors'
Dr. Pierce's favorite Prescription is sold
by dealers lu medicines generally.
Tho ndvcrtUor, a retired physician, hav
hig providentially discovered, while .1 Med
ical Missionary In Southern Asia, a very
slmplo voidable remedy for tlio speedy nud
permanent cure ol CoiieUiiipllon, Asthma,
llroncldtls, Catarrh, nml all throat and lung
affections, als a poltlvc nnd radical spe
cific lor Nervous Debility, Premature De
cay, and all Nervous Complaints, fuels tt his
duty to mako It known to Ms suffering Id
lows. Actuated by this motUe, he will
clieorlullyscnd(lrcflofchr(;e)to nil who
Uclro It, tho receipt for preparing, und lull
directions for successfully ttslni?, this provi
dentially desired remedy. Those who wish
to avail themselves or tlio bonttlts ol this
discovery without cost, can do so hy return
mail, by addressing
Dlt. ClIAItl.US P. MA1181IAM.,
01 Niagara Street,
27-1-1-wSt. Ilulfalo, N. Y.
Tow-Boat For Salo
,'niIK SulMcrlUr nffcni for sain the Hlnam
X TowIiik Ktrrii-W'liccl limit, Ike llunui itt.
wltli cnRliicH, maeliliiery. tacUes, nppaivl timl
Her Inijrtli Id Ul M I hiviulllllil feet, lirr
leptlUlivtaml tniasiires WO tons. Sim has II
iMllera '.'I lift long ami hielios iliiinieter, '1 IiIkIi
pressure ciixlm-4 witli cyllmlers, 11X liirhia in
(iaiMUvniidtiact.tol.eia lent imiiips aHIn
Chen in diameter aiuU7 Inelieu stroke umlull
iiuuii-tn im. i.Aa-i.ttii.iiin. mill in in uikiv ira mvi
staunch, Beiwortliy. "d In Knxl eomlltlon for
, ..aviat.o. rorun..i...x....
I Oaiho. Ilia.. NovcmlwrS, lfll, ino-ll-sa-tf.
WM. GLENN & SONS.
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
IMMENSE STOCK! ORE AT VARIETY.! LOW PRICES!
COFFEE Rio, Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR New Orleans, Hard and Soft Refined.
SYRUP New Orleans and Eastern.
TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS
Finest Assortment in the
AND DKAt.KltS) IS
Provisions,Flour,6rain, Seeds, Dried Fruit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
68, 70, and 72 Vine Street, CINCINNATI.
Clough 8c Warren Organ Co.'s
(La to SIMMONS St CLOUGII ORGAN CO.,)
ItTTED WITH THE
SCRIBNER S PATENT
An Invention haUnt? a most liuimrtant l-.irlnK
niiunsof uiilili tlii'ipiuntliy
111. It lil'U III' ,iuiiii , ,, ii ii'u ii-,1
Equil to H o til Sisi Fir. Ops of lie Sum fepicily,
"Oiiri elilinitiil '
I'Iimi iiiiiiir "LVIIn
Vo ( ilf-le," "Vox lluiimmi," "Wilinx I'nlent," "Ocluu- Couplrr," Ilia
or "CIhiIiiiii'I" Miiih,
Vinlu Kllierla" and
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Ciin Ih' obtained nnlv in these (Irirana.
Pi fly DitToront Styloa,
Torino x'nrior nnu mo unurcu,
Tlio Boat Mntoriul and WorkmanBhip,
Quality and Volumo of Tono Unoquallod,
i-xuozis, tao to 4000.
Faclory and Warerooms, Cor. Cth and Cnngress Sis SSTfiOIT, WW,
(KHtauiiMicci in i5u.) Agonts wuntoa in tivory county.
Address CLOUGH &
SUBSCRIBE rOB. THE
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
THE WORLD RENOWNED
Can lie seen nt our olllco in la-lnw apeclflcil,
wliiie will ithrnya In- fminil a lull nml eiiinph-te
stock. Also n pniHl hiipily nf
Sewing Silk, Spool Cotton and Mh
V.very peraon wlalilne to Imyu
First-ClQss Sowing Muohino
Bhoulil not lull toralliimloxamlne nnriniiclilnr.i
ami tcmn, iK-foiv iinrelmahiK chew here.
We cUlm lor this machine
Urrntvr lliiriibllliy. Nlnillt'lty. nuil
i;iiwy or Oiu-rnlUn,
Ami letter ailapteil for all MinUof Work than
any oilier inurliine In thu market, uml will
Itnaratitco entire uatUr.ictlun hoM ou
Monthly Payment if Desired.
THE HO WE MACHINE CO.,
1 Corner Commercial avenue ami Ninth St.
4-51-tf. ilAIHO, 11.1..
on the future ivpnCitloii nflltiil fiitriuneiits,
or iiliiiiieol tiMie ii u ry l.iris'el)'
"ln'iin lloin," "l.iriiiniiu," " ux AiikiIiI,"
WARREN ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
W11 at Hhlo Commercial Avenuo. hetweon
ClKlltll uml Nlutll utreots,
A Hill line ol4 the
lluiKiv'ililry ffiioilii aloiv.)
lull it ami mo! I'.pihfonnlile
HATS AND BONNETS
iilwav-xinluml. AUoevury vmietyof
Ribbons, Laces and Trimmings,
fiiini the elieiiieut to Ihe lunl costly. I.ullea
will Uml any nml evei ylhliiK in her alow for a
complete Mivcl, luill or patty onlllt.
1'iliv loeninK le Willi any in the Neit,
rJ-AlHO MKi'iit fill- the llomi'Si'Wlnic Maclilne.
Ilvorprr-aoiit "Rest for tlio Woary."
.Mallie-.ea, rillnws ami lloldtcrs at
O. W HICK'S
Comer of Nineteenth ami l'oplur streets, l-
tw evil the New Yink Ktimi ami Col , Taylor'a ol
Ihe, an fiillowa: Kxcrlslor ami Mhnck Mat'
llva,ll, iniiaui', coitoii 100. 9 i"'l pwuiiu ni.-,
mlton lull, ti) Itool plain Hliliek Mttivf,
unit ''t lniiiK". HhiKle. anil Crlli MutliW" ut
leilueeil prieiM to Milt Hie limit llinea. 'lenm
Htrielly euili. lllKlieat caali pntv pain ior corn
chiieka. lU'llvewl at inv luetury
AND tllALKH IM
Under City IUtloat.1 Stuik.
IWtX.I, noil In rnr-loml lota at mamifrtBrni
prlns, Ritillntf KrtUilit.
JOHN B. PHIIXI8
Suec-ors to John I). Dillllii)
Ami Dealer! In
ORN, OATS, FLOUR,
KXAL, BKAV, etc.
Agautifor LAFtIN JkKAND F0WDKX CO
CCoraer Tanth Straiat
7. I). Mntlitl-J.
K. C. Uhl.
MATHUSS So UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
G-l OIllo XaOVOO,
K. J. Aynn.
fl. 1. Ayrca.
AYRES Sc CO.,
M. W. PAIIKIIII.
W, f. AXMSY. J.ll. WILI1.
PARKER, AXLEY & WILD,
(SucrcMiora to l'arker A Axlcy,)
nuy, Corn, Oats, Flour and Coun
try iroauco uonorauy
lOO Commercial Aveune, CAIRO, m.
City National Bank
W I' IIAI.I.IIIAV, lT.nl.1. lit.
HI'NltY I. IIAl.t.lKAV, Vice I'reat.
A II NAKFIIltn, CaaUkv.
W A I. 'I Kl t IIVSl.OP. Aas'tCaiililer.
S. STAATi TAYLOII, It. 11 ('UNNIMHIIAH ,
11. 1. IIAIXIOM, ' tY.r 1IAM.IIIAY,
I. I WlLI.IAHUlM, SllLlllltN lllllll.
A II SAironu
ExclmnRO, Coin and Unitod Statos
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DKI'OSITH recelveil ami a general twlillnn
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1889
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A, II. 8AFFOUl. 1'ri'Mlileut.
.S.M TAYI.OU, Vice I'rrahlint.
V, IIVSI.Ol', Sec'v anit '1'reuaurcr.
V, M. llAiiri.AV, Chad. (lAi.iaiucn,
F. M, .sriKMi.srii, 1'alx (J. .Scnuu,
It, II L'l'NMMIIIAM, II. I.. llALLIUAY,
J. M. 1'mu.ira.
I.S T KltKST ii I' I on ilt'piMita at tho rate of alx
percent ir iiiiiiiini, Marrh lat anil Hapfem
Im r Int. Inli'ivst not wltlulmwii la aililnl liuinr
iliutely to the princlial of the ilepoalta, llieivhy
lllv lui; them coinuuuinl interest.
Marriod Women and Children may
Doposit Monoy and no one
olso can draw it.
Open Try lnnlneMilay rromfti.m. to S p.m.
ami Stitimlay eiriifnitil fur navlucs ileiioalls only
IromU to s o'clock.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Transacts all kinds of a Logiti
raato Banking Businosa.
P. O. OANEDY, Freildant.
HRNRY WKI.L8. Vlo Praatdcnt.
THOMAS UiWIS, Cumlitor. ,
T. J. XXUXU, AMlaUat OMhUr.