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CMMMMf IS ffUCBCll AjrasV ,
W. L BRISTOL,
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1iTMVUmUt MM .
tho linPo TbUtI&X '
5rlps, Woodonwaro, Vogo'tftblefl,
Bass and Injyrubor
BAWLS -'OR Hl'OYS.
Aggot and Opal
Belle and Iurn bounde
Fur Boizo and Gurlf .
A Horst for Sale.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
hi:ai. itati: .tiii:. r.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
70NVEYANCKR8. NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land AkouU of the Illinoia Central and
Burlington and Uulncy R. R.
North Cor. Blztk and Ohio Levoe,
i . n. lynch. m. ) no I r.Y.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
House Agent ,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE -At 111 Court House
JOHN P. HELY & CO.,
Collectors and Conveyancers,
Land Survoyiug and Civil En
gincoring. OFVIOS In Wtnter'a Dlock.Corner Com
mercial Avenue and Sayenth Street,
VA1IIKI Y HTOItl..
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN TILE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Clone,
tiornar lOtt St. and Commercial At
0. 0. PATIER & CO.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Foreign and Domeatio 1
WIXKN OF AM, KIXIM, j
, yfliMtf. -MYTH ft CO, have aiitly
I JA a large lck of I he bent good 'n Hie inar
' kft, r..l Kl -i--clml attention loll - "tiolrinU
. reach of the tiinlnr..
ICE ! J(JIj ICE !
HUSE, LOOMIS & CO.,
TukricrrHt plratun-In aunounrlnir that they
ate now )irinr"l In nijly ere rybody with
t.a m ut Z03D
of lhMry t-l quality, .Ithcr at thrlr hon-fa nr
at tbv ftotrn Ordrr rhnuld Ih- left ut tin-
No. GO Ohio Levco, CAIRO, ILL.
ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! ! !
Wholesale aiil llriull Di-jlrr in
PURE LAZE ICE
Cairo and Kankakeo, lit.
CAIRO OFTICE :
At Hulen & Wlleon'e, Comer Twelfth St
and Ohio Laveo.
iwlll run an Ice wagon throughout the
bon, delitcrlii,; pure lake lev in any
lrt of the city ut the lowr.t market price, und
will nlnofurniih my friend, iwMloV the rlly with
re by the cake or rar load, packed In aawduit
or nhiwuent to anr tlUtanw.
Ooruor TOla litlx Stroot,
WM. WETZEL. Proprietor.
A TItUSTY watch kept mxht ami day for
X. Irnlni ami steamboat.
The lot of lu-romiiin-lntloti fur transient
giiffH at Two Dollar.) u-ntav. 3-111"
wiioi.knai.i; ukk i:i.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
II A Thorn; (. II. Tli'iini.
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Succrtisoi tu li M llulrn,)
And iUalr In
STAPLE AND FANCY
Foralcn and Someatlc Frulta and Nuta
1B4 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
Sl'KC'IAL attention kIvcu' to rAnilifimifnU Mid
V PAINT ANu'oiiiH.
B. F. PARKER,
faints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Alirayt on lianj, ibv ccttlirattd llliiraintitlun
Cornar XltTtnth atraet and Waahtai
Ota.o, aMlJtftln aSuUdlxir. Comar a?ralftl. Mtiaat and.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY,
BIDS FOR THE FIRST TERM.
HOW ORN. OBAXT WENT FOR A 1HIH0
BE DIDN'T WANT.
'n(iirtllnc with Maiityomrr)- Hlnlr
far llir UmiiirrHtlr Mniiilniillon
I'nlll Airwnrhil with Mlfcm from
tlir Ht'inihliran Irf-Nilm.
N'asiii.noiii.v. May III. I'nvlilfiit
(limit in hi' lliliil-tt i iii Idler ik'i'luii"
Hint In; did nut i-irk the notiilimtioii Air
tin; Prt-ltloiicy in the llrst liiiluncv. '1'liU
l H.'rliMt4 Irnu to thl- i-xtoiit; lie iiomt
oiH-nly went itlxiiil, u ronu iollli
(.'fuiis tiding, t:k'L-tloii:rlli Tor tliu
tiluHinl il.lny UhciiIiik iihcii'l hy iiink
int; iironili(M4o(mlii iiollllclam; lint
ho t-iituiol jticWsftHly clf-tiy tlmt Ikj -ii-cottmKul
lho t(hocJcy of liU cI.-iIiiim fur
tl.-f- itosltloii " hy UAiffHx uii-ii In tin
Drmncrutlc a wJL " the JCt
inibllwin . )i:uty. 'I'rit- llin. Jlntit-'onit-ry
llliilr Inn ic-M-rli'tl inn- than
dirv, on liU lioiKir :tf :i ut-iitli.-iiiiin, tliut
(it'll, (imiit vn fully uwtiiv ot'llifinovt--int-iit
iK'tfiin hy lilm In 1W7-S to liriiifc
out (Jniul us u Dt-iiiocniti-! (.-.-iiuliil.'iU-.
Gnmt vi-lted liU lioic itlinusl dnily,
mid fr;iv; lilm to 1 1 1 j t lo r-t,-n i l that lit was
t-iitltvly in uncord with Hit Dc-niocracv,
that hu had
ALWAYS IIKK.V A IlKMOCISAl,
and the only voto Iiu hud i-vcr Ivl-ii was
lur thu Di'inocnitii; tiuki-t in WW. II:
Wai uwaru that Jlr. ltlulr uas lifplrin
ct-rtaln artlck-i that eiu Im;Iii piintcd
in the Xatiomil IntttligeiKrr and Xi:w
York H'cm'U, and whlt-h .ulvocalud
(JraiitS nonilnatlon hy Ihi- iA-mocratii:
party. So far from thex- artk-h-i xlvlnjr
iilli-iifc to Grant. Mr. itlnlr ih-clan-4 that
Grant exprui'd hlin-iclf well pleased
with thuiii. and In inanv waiHanlf(;ti'd
his appreciation ol tin; Inttiv.H ho (ltlulr)
va- taking in his liehall'.
"it Is true," said Mr. lllalr, "that
Grant never in m many word-i tivowed
lilni'ell'a er.lldldate or i'xpru.M-il a de.-lre
In plfiln Knll-h to have Hie Oeinouratic
noiiilnatioii. hut he certainly did Uy m
niatiner anJ hy hi general " conversation
enrotirage me to io on with the work 1
had hetin, and JutiM certainly did he
Kite me govl and mllleient cau-e lu the
tlr.-t lll-tiinc: to begin the JiKltatlon."
Tin: Ki:n hlicans i'.ska'-v.
While thl-i cofpiettlng was going on
with the Democrat through .Montgom
ery lllalr. the Hcptibllean leaders here be
gan to get very uneay. John W. For
ney, who then run two paper, both dal
ly, and was the recognised mouthpiece of
the ltepublicnii managers In this city,
had gone to Kurote. leaving one of h'is
dallies (the Chromcle) in the editorial
charge of .t. J. .Stewart, of Baltimore. It
va understood at the time of Kornev's
departure that Hen Wade was the favor
ite o( the party manager, and Fornev
left directions that while the Chronicle
was not to be committed to anv candi
date. It wax nevertheless to keep 'Wade's
.'trong qualities a- a possible canilldatu
well Ix-tore the public. Hut when It was
ascertained that aoini-hody wa setting
ui (Srant as n Deiuocr.itlu candidate, and
It wa evident that thl ndvocacv was by
no means iUsta-telul to lilm, then the
jwrty leaders on the other side deter
mined to court him aUo. .Mr. .Stewart
wn lii.triicL-U to eiiltlvntn Ihe Gi-ju-ral
of the Army a"ldrm-Iy, and he did so.
COrjlKTTIN'n Wtni TIIK ItEI-flll.lC'A.NS.
.Stewart had almost dally voiifvrcnci-t
with him, ami a number of leading edi
torial article- written hy him were
printiil in the Chronicle with Mich e.i
tlousaud ii-ing the name of Grant in
i-uch a manner a to convey the assurance
to the public that they expressed the
views of Grant on the various quc-tlons
dUcti-HMl therein, it U a curious fact
that one ol'theM- article- was devoted to
the dUcits-ion of the limitation of the
Presidency to one term of six years, and
the liiciiinlienl to be ineligible thereafter.
In till- article many of the arguments
which have lately been Used to prove tho
danger of n third term were advam-cd, as
the writer declares upon the authority of
Gen. Grant, to demonstrate that a second
term was often fraught ith danger. An
other of these articles wa- under the
caption of "Gen. Grant'.- Financial
Policy," and took lur its text the declar
ation of Grant to the writer that the only
financial policy he had was to pay the In
terest on the national debt, and leave to
future generations the duty of providing
for the payment of the principal. Still
another was hc.idcd "Gen. Grants Po-I-tlon
on the Fourteenth Amendment and
Universal Suffrage," and It was claimed
that Grant was in full accord with the
most advanced leaders of the i'cpuhllran
party on these Is.-ues.
a h i. i. ii.r.iKii:n u.uuc ai..
Mr. Stewart aborts that not one of these
articles, and there were perhaps a score
of them, was written without a previous
Interview with Gen. Grant and a discus
sion of the ouestlonh of which they
treated. Mr. Stewart adds that hi almost
every Instance tho articles after they had
been printed in the Chromcle were talked
over by Grant and himself, and received
"It Is true," sayt .Mr. Stewart, "that
all the while there was not a word said
by cither of us about the nomination of
lien, uraut, out it was ho plain from ins
conduct that 'Harkls was willing,' nay
anxious, that It was not necessary to for
mally Interrogate him on this point. My
oblect was to liud out whether ho was
sound on tho vital issues, and his aim a-
peareu to no io sausiy me, ami iiirougn
nin tho party."
Tholtepuhlleau party wns satisfied, and
tho Democratic politicians were disgusted
by these scinbolllclal utterances of Gen.
Grant, and Montgomery lllalr gavo up
hi self-Imposed task of President making.
In the light of these undeniable facts the
public can property Interpret Grant's dec
laration on the third term : "I do not
want It any more than I did the first."
A NplrltunliNtlc Will.
An Interesting case Is chronicled In the
lust volume, ot tho .Maine reports, which
grew out of contesting n will. This will
find been made by a lady who was u
strong believer in Spiritualism, and pre
sumably under spiritualUtio Influences
when she niitde it. The case involved the
(ftiestlon whether Spiritualism Is nil in
sane delusion In Its legal aspect, and the
decision of the court was. In the negative.
The will was admitted to probate, and
sustained hy the Supreme Court on uu
Mrs. G tho maker of tho will, was the
typical mother-in-law. She had tin only
daughter who married n young
lawyer named Itoblnson, for
whom tho mother conceived
a hearty aversion. Sho was fully per
miaded that Robinson was uudcr the con
stant influcuco of a uinllgeinut spirit, nnd
believed lilm to bo posesei of tlie power
of controlling the thought" ami c onduct
of her daughter even when he was not ,
pn-'ent. It was In this way that she ac
counted for tlie illagrcciiient between J
herself mid daughter afte r the latter'
marriage. It Is hardly ncccsary that
.SplrltuallMii should ho brought in to cx- ,
Iii.iiu w ii v a wne sinnii'i j i.iiui-r i
ier allectloii and rrpuetfor her hus
band than to a filial loo for her
mother, when there arc dlUi-rcnces
between u huband and his mother-In-law.
tint this was the wav hi
which .Mr.'. G. ehoP to look at It. When
she eaine to make her will, she declared
thaLsho did it under tho direct advice of
her ilecea'ed husband, who dictated It
from the splrlt-world. She accordingly
tied uu lift- i-stato faniounllHir to some
5W.0(Hn In it tni'tec. gave her daughter
oiny it small annuity, aim cut on ner sou-In-law
from "the control of a dollar ol
her property." There wa a singular
conformity lietueeii the spiritualistic ad
vice of the deceased .Mr. G. and the nat
ural jiroiieiii-itle.' of the mother-in-law.
Mr.-. Jiohiiison eontctcd the will on the
ground that her mother was not (, ouud
mind at the time slio made It.
The strongest evidence submitted of thl
wa liut Mi. O. had snld she made tho
will in this manner under the adtlen of
her deceased husband. It was then it
(fiiestlon whither Spiritualism wa an in
sane dehnlon. The Probate Court held
that It was not, and Instructed (ho Jury
that they must treat the auppo-eii advice
given by the deceased husband as if It
were advice given by living relatives and
friend, and decide from the evidence 1m.
fore them whether she was unduly In
fluenced hy thl advice or not. The Jurv
thought not. The lntructlous of th'e
Probato Judge were sustained by Hie Su
preme .Judges unanimously.
The Illinois State Hoard ol Agricultnio
fully appreciates the importance of good
roads to the State, mid ik-irous ot bring
ing out the be-t and inot economical di
vices for road-making, decided at the
Winti r-iiieetlng of the State Hoard, to of
fer the t'olloivhig premiums :
For the bet one-half mile of earth road
made in Wo, under the supervision of a
committee of three members of the State
Hoard of Agriculture a premium of $100
The points to he taken Into considera
tion will lie: the kind of soil ; the devices
adopted lu construction ; tho time in
which the work Is done, and the con
struction. The road-bed to be made twenty-ilve
feet wide, and the ditches seven feet
wide. The work to he accomplished lu
The time and place of trial w ill be an
nounced at leat a month before the tet
will take place.
Two entries at least will be required to
Insure the trial being held.
Kntrlca can be made w ith the Secretary
at any lime before the loth ot Mav, 1S7.1.
Localities desiring tho trial wifl com
inunleate with the Secretary, at Spilng
field, stating their proximity to rail
roads, and what facilities in the wav of
location, terms, etc.. they will provide.
Owners of machine or devices for
road-making will make entrlesat as earl v
a day as may he, so that the nccesi.-irV
arrangement can be made.
A Ci- or Allowanm,
I have been onnosetl to slni-ri- .-v-r
since I sat on my father' knee, ami wa-T
latlgllt UV film Hint rlnvry . H. Mr,;,i.
h-aiis last Wednesday. I. for the- llrst
time, saw negro legislators, I was un
pleasantly startled. What, then, must
have been the feelings of men who saw
blacks but lately their own slave,
preferred before them for otllcc. set
over them in authority, making laws
for them and making tliein very hadlv
at that openly plundering the State,
bribed by rascally white-, and not nierelv
enioying. nut, under the lead of white
adventurer-, shaineftillv abu-iuir nlacc
F.veu hi ls-7 1, hi one of the
northern parishesthe Ik-publlcan candi-
date lor Slierill' and pari-h Judges could
not w rue. i ne nog roc on many
pari-n June tupervlois or eoiin
ties) are. totally illiterate, yet
they have complete power over the par
ish laxe, roads, bridges and all county
matters. Negro judges are called to sit
upon Intricate cases, of commercial law
and other matters which u-u intelligent
men liud It dilllcull to understand ; the
black man himself ha, It would seem, an
instinctive appreciation ol the abstirdltv
of this, for It I notorious that a negro
criminal ahvavs asks his counsel to get a
white Jury, If possible, to try him.
Tliniik "I'roni the lifiili or I he
Wellington, l.orainCo., i An;?, ill, f.STI
Dlt. K. V. riKltce, Uufl"alo.N. Y. :
Dear .Sir ; Your medicines, Golden Med
kalDbcovery, Dr. Sage' Cuturru Itenicdy,
uavo jiroved of the greated n-rv lec to me.
Mix months ago, no one thought that I could
possibly live long, 1 luil i compile itlini ol
diseases scrofula, tnaulfi-sling itsell lu
eruptions and groat blotclifs on my head
t.nu made such sores that I eoulil not have
my hair combed without canting mo much
tuiloritig ; also causing swollen glands, ton
rlls enlarged, eiilatged or"tnkk nock." and
largo ainrnumoroiih bolii. I also suttored
from a terrible Chronic Cutatrli, and In
fact I was so diseased that Jlfu was a hiirduu
to mo. 1 hud tried many doctors with no
bcnelit. I dually procured one-hall Uozen
bottles of your GniJcn Medical Discover
ami one dozen Hago't Catarrh Iteruedy ami
cominciicjd their itt. At lirst, I wns badly
discouraged, but a'tcr tnl.itig four bottles
of the Discovery, f ha juu to improve, and
when 1 had taken tho reruatmni; lu us well.
In uddittou to too use of tho DUcovery, I
applied a (olutlvii of lodlno to tho Goitre
or tliU-k neck, ai you silvlso in iianiililit
wrapping, and it entirely illsuiipearcd.
Your Dlacotery Is certainly tho most wou
dcrlul blood niodlcinu ever Invouted. I
thank God and you, from the dopths ot my
heart, 'or t!o gieat Kood It hss done me.
Mhb. h. Oiuri'KK.
Most medicines which tiro advertise! u
blood iiiiiititrs and liver rocdicloci contain
either tuuroury in sotno form, or potassluui
and Iodine vnrloudy combined. All of
tbc-o agents have strong tendency to break
down tue blood co'psuclcs, nnd debilitate
and otticnvl'o pcriiunonily Injure the Im
in in system, and should therefore be dls
;,.ii f)r. l'l. roe's Golden Medical Dls-
I eoverr, oil the olhor hand, being composed
' of tho lluld extracts ot native plants, barks
and roots, win in cam jiruuuco injur) .
Us fU"-)ci hulng strengthening and curatlvo
only, Sursspanllu, which used to enjoy
(i u in- a reputation as u blood purllkr, is u
rotnedy ol thirty years ago, snd may well
eive tilscn as it is noing, in mo m.iro posi
tlvo ami valuable vegetable alteratives
which later mcdlcul investigation unit dls
cotery has tirought to Unlit In S.-rofula
t or Kins,'' Evil, White hweiurgs, ulcers,
i Kryslpelas, Swelled Neck, Goitre, Hcmfu
i oih liillamniatlons, In lolont Intlainrunllon,
i Mereurlal Hllei-tliiis, Old Sores, Kruptlous
1 of the Bki.i and Soro eyes as in all other
' blood diseases, Dr. Pierce's tioldon Modi
; csl Discovery has shown Its grcot remedial
powers, curfog the most obstinate and in
tractable esses, Sold by all dealers In medicines
JUNE 5, 1875.
WM. GLENN & SONS.
Head-Quarters for Groceries f
IMMENSE STOCK! (JREAT VARIETY.! LOW lJU(!ES!
OOFFEE-Rio, Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
ISSA5Sew0rleah5 Hard and Soft Refined.
SYRUP New Orleans and Eartern.
TJBiAS, TOJJAOaos, and CIGARS
Finest .Assortment in the West
AND DKALKIt IN
AND OTHER WVSuusK
68, 70, and 72 Vine
Clough 8c Warren Organ Co.'s
(Lato SIMMONS St CLOUGH ORGAN CO.,)
SJSjaSjafisjaMaSMiiBil ill t-, 1 1 J, J tBWmT
Grand Combinalion Organs
iirrrn with tiik
SCRIBNER'S PATENT QUALIFYING TUBES,
An intrnllun hailiiffaiiiust huiwirtant bturlniroii tliu future n-imtatlon of Itml lii'lnunonl-, l.y
iixiin if wlili li the iiiantity nr volutin- of tniu-1 wry lnrKcly
uicnu-tsl, ai-d tlie tuiillty of toiivrrmliml
Equal lo U of k hi h Orp of lis Sane Capacity.
" OurccliLmlisl " Vi Cth-U-," "Vox llunuim. " "Wllisis I'alrnt," "Opium- Cotnili-r," lilt
rlurniliiir "Mlo" or "Cl.irlnmt" toii., "(icini Horn," 'Crt'in-um," "Vo .Vnvi-lit,"
" Viola l-.lliiTla" and
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Cua beoliluiticloidy in lliw Oryjii'
Fifty Different Styles,
For tho Parlor and tbo Church,
Tho Boat Material and Workmanship,
Quality and Volume of Tone Uttoquallod.
ZHXOB8, QO TO atOOO.
Fadorj and Warerocms, Ccr. Ctli and Cnngrsss StsM DETROIT, MICHIGAN.
(Established in 1850.) Agonta Wantod in Every County.
Address CLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
SUBSCRIBE FOR TBS
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
lttlail Dealer in
Importod from Now York City.
W? nnqi . No. 178 Waabinirtou Ave.
!4 Ul ! Corner Elevauth St.,
J( OAIHO, XHsXa.
AMERICAN WASH BLUE
For Laund ry and Household Uso,
MANt'fAUTl'lti:i AT Till'.
American Ultramarine Works, Ntvark, N, J,
Our S' Hluf l llir iHist In tho worlil. It
iIom uut stn-uk, roiitaliiK uotlilnit liijuil.i.., to
ht-alth nr fabrlCi ami it nl by nil tlie lurx
luiiiidrln on account of Uu iilcutlnir riTect anil
cln-oiurn. iiH.Tior for wlilifWuiLlun. i'ut
no In iiai kaKPi coiiM-nlt nt fur liwnlly li'i- I'rlrc
For sulo by Kroirri fvi-rywlu-ro. Alwaynk
for tlif Aliirriran Wiuli llliie, It" you wuulthc
clifu"it amt 1K.-SI.
AMERIOAN ULTRAMARINE WORKS
Onioe, 72 Witllaiu Strait, New Yoik.
IfhatM. tjiiaTVTlMUsl. anaUlajTLItV Mftla.1
leUl risfitu wtihvt ftjarff. Tm Jli
HAfBiwiprrviuvv.1 in vfmwBri nfw ivt, -
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
West aide Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth atreeta,
(Next ilour to .1 IlurKer's dry Kond utorr.l
A full Hue of the lull l mul inojt fmlilnnuliU
HATS AND BONNETS
alu-avs on hand. Also rrsry variifly of
Ribbons, Laces and Trimmings,
from Ibr eliruimt to tti most roatly. fjui
will Hud any nnd tTyllilujf lu licr store lur a
romiiltrle stirft, tail nr puny outUt.
I'urca In t'omiwlr Willi any In tli Wml.
ry.Wm airvut for tin- Homo rtcwlni Mnchiuc
Evor prcsont "RoBt for tho Woary."
MatlrtAsvi, I'lllovrx and llolnlrri at
G. W HICK'S
Coriii-r of Nliiflwnlh amt I'oiiliir ntrrrt, be
tvis. tbv New York Slow and Col . Taylor's of
lice, an follow.! Kxceliior amt Sbuck Mat
InuMi! full lic, cotton top. i aoj wcond sir,
cotton ton. S3t Eood ulaluKliuck MattrraiiM. aJ
and 5t I)Uiik, Single, and Crib MattrMoe at
imuont inoH id iuu inr osni iiiun , icrms
strlrtly cash, Highest cash prlr yaldfaroom
ihucks. dillwrd at inv factory
LIKE, CKMSXT, PliilTXR,
HAIB, &o., , ,
U4ar City Matlaaal Wdmk,
sTOHN B. CHILLIS
(Successors o Jo)i tf hhtllU)
And Dealers In
HAY, OBH, OiLTS, VLOUm,
kxal, nav, u.
At-Mtsfer unarBAjrrewim to
:Oanssr Tamtk Itraat sua Okim
1.. II. Mathuss, ' K C.
KATHUU fc UHL,
PLOUB. GRAIN, HAY AND
K. J. Ayrcs. S D, Ap.
AYRES 6c CO.,
M . 1-ihakB, u . AXI.KV. J. II. WILD.
PARKER, AXLEY & WILD,
(Snirmors to Iarkr A Axlry,)
Hay, Cora, Oats, Flour and Couu
try froauco uoneratiy
100 Commercial Avanua, OAIKO, It-L..
City National Bank
11KNKY L. JlAIXlbAY.' Vlri- 1'iral.
A. It SAFKOItlt, Cu.bler.
WAI.TKK IIYsr.Ol'. Asa't C.nhlfr.
JTAAIH TAVLOH, It. II fel-XKWaMAia,
II. I.. I ALLIUAY, tV. 1. IIALLIOAT,
li, l N IU.IAMHON, STKI-IIKX Illllli,
A II. hAlfOlU)
Exohango, Coin and United States
jionas Bought and Bold.
KrOHITS rrt't-lvct nml b pt-utral I -an k lux
CHARTERED MARCH 81, 1818
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. II. SAFFOHD, rresldent.
S. H. TAYI.OU, Vice I'MJldtut.
W. UYHLOl', Sec'ysnd Trwinurrr.
1'. M. lUr.CLAV, Cius, Ualiohxm,
F, l. STotarnTit, TarL O. Hcnvn,
It. II Cl'.NMtMCIIAM. , L.. IULL1BAT,
J. M. I'natiM.
I.NTKUKhT ld on dtpoalu at tbe rale of sts
rnt. iieraunum. March 1st and 8eni
IwrUt. InterMt not withdrawn la addrd iauae
dlatcly to lite principal of the deposits, thereby
Klvnu; them comuound lutertst.
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
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11114 U1VOU S,Uffa,
W. HTSXOP. Traaaurar.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Transaota all kinds ot a Legltl
mate Banking Business.
THOMAS LJCWIki. rhlr
T. J. kXSXX, Asalata&t OaaMer
Tow-Boat For Sale
TUIE Huhacrllier ntr for anlr tha
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wllhesKinea, ruacblnery, Uckles, apparel aaU
fUrnlttra aa ihe now Ilea at Calm, ills.
Iter ItUR-th (s 1U fret, her breadth U ftt, bar
Jriithifn tand mtasurea 'It tons. She ha S
iHilltrt St Ant tons and W Inches diameter, 3 aisa
mvftiii.reeuirliica wllh evltnuera 17-
Uanitter awl 0 feet stoke; feed pump 4Mla
chte ta diameter aadH lacaas eODka aadaU
modem lmDrovefneata.aad la la aeaae' eaaaaeS
taun-Ji, sea worthy, aad la. faoA sjaailltloa; tux
nntlittttaa. For terms saplto.
T- . .Taviosi.
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