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CITY K ATIOW AIi AHX CAIRO
A, B. SASyoRD.Prtaftl.
8,8. TAYLOB. VlMlMMrnt.
Wi irtflLOl", Bec'y end Treasurer.
P.W. BARCLAY, ClIA. GAUaillll,
i M. MocKrtT, Paul a. Hcncii,
It. II CCX.flMOIIAM. II L, If ALLIDAY,
J, M. 1'nlLLlM.
rKTKRKST n on deposits t tb rate of tlx
percent per annum, March Island Hp tim
ber Int. Interest not withdrawn U added ImiD.
ilatcly to the principal of the deposits, thereby
giving them rniriDOunil Intercut.
Married Women and Children may
Doposit Honey and no one
elae can draw it.
Open every biulneuday fromOu.m. to .1 p.m.
mi) Saturday erenlnf t fbr saving ilepoalu only
torn to 8 o'clock. .
W. HTST-OP, Trsaaur.r.
City National Bank
CAPITAL. - $100,000
W.I' IIALMDAY. 1'rtsldent.
IltCNHY Ij. IIA1. I.IDA Y, VIcel'iMt
A. B. SArroKU, Cashier.
WAI.TKII IIVHLOI'. Ass't Csahler. -
8. SrAATS TAYtOH, It. II CfKKINdllAH,
I. llALLIDAY, W. V. IlALLIMAr,
U.I) WlLLIAM.OH. HTrnlSS lllllll,
,A It Hafturo
Exchange, Coin and United Staton
Bonds Bought and Bold.
KI'OSITS ruwltcd and a general banking
V IlroM. rrwldent. II Wills, Co-hler
I'. Neff, Vlcel'rra't. T. J. Kerth, At. Caah'r
Corner Commercial Avo. and 6th Street,
. Ilro,, Cairo Wm. Kluge, Cairo.
1 Nell, Cairo. Wm Wol?e, Calio.
A.huiiuka,Calro. It. I. llllllug-tey.M Lolilf.
K lluder, Cairo II. Weill, Cairo.
r. II. Ilrlnknun, St. Louis.
A Cenrml Ilniililua; Iliisluran lnnr.
X7F.xchange nold and bought Interest paid
In the Having Department. Collection roade,
aiid all hii.lne.. promptly .tlende.1 to
TheR-st In the market. Also all kind, of
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD.
Orders Delivered to any part
of tho City Promptly.
rjeavo Ordors at Crystal Saloon,
at tne compan
row Qaugo Dopo
at the Company's Ofllco, at Nar-
TERMS Nett Cash on Delivery
C.ASt- L. Transfer Co.
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e vuarantrefnlf weight.
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' Tkcoxca vatlotisiiorv Kolngon at I lie hU: I
of ancKUMiiynipia, vi uri-ecc, under the
lIrvctloii the Ucmtatt guvertitnunt, nru
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llgcnc") wAlclt promises tho keciirltij; of
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mcnt with the Greek government, rati.
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clusive; right, for a term of years, to make
vxcavMlouf nt ita own iliscretiou nny
wherrjn tho klngdofn of Greece. Ger
ruanV conducts the exciv.itlotis f olely In
the fntenst. of arclia.'olofflcal science, re
Btring to Greece nil claims to tho pov
Kltrni of tlio objecti rllfcovtrecl,
ltfh- It to . tho (Jivek, ut
tlielr opUhtt, to Klvc tlm Gennons
only ttch nntl'iultles m may be rcjfnrdeU
m diiplleatei. The gum appropriuted
lor the excavation by Germany WS100,
0U0, and lust .September they were )ckuu
at Olympln, iu tiiKKcMed' by the tllstlii
Ktilihed arclceoloKlst, Kmest CurtitiH,
who, thirty years no, advocated such mi
expedition. Tho antlijultlen nlrcady di
mveretl Jujtlly Citrtiih' nutlclpations.
Several statues mentioned by l'an-anlax
have already been uneiirthed, uud the to
tal of tlie fruits oh the opening iI or the
Olympian ames promhei to be of vast
interest to (students of atitl'iultles and
lovers ol art. The description of the
temple and adjacent buildings at
Olyuipla, written by I'ausnitla?, Is
more accttmte than any which woposfcss
or any other temple or antiquity, and
serves as u jfulde to the explorer. Tho
alluvial dt'ooslia Irom the wash or the
Olympian Hills, and the overflows of the
Alpheios must have preserved many ob
JecM or art that, had they been exposed
on a rocky surface, into which I hey could
not sink, and where they could not bo
covered by such deposits, would have
i'nu.'anla s description informs tie that
In the era ol the Antouines. uotwltlu-tund-lug
the ruvnmrn of a Nero Biid the de
struction and plunder ol single works of
art, the treasure houi-u ol Oly.npia hud
fullered no essential harm. Later, many
a treasure may have been carried oil" to
Constantinople; and the Goths, beyond all
doubt, let a general devastation sweep
over the Altl?. Hut the greed of the bar
Lariani was for precious metal, and the
ritiglo portable works of art which weio
carried away by individuals wu have
composed but a small part
of tho liiexhaustablc supply which
the accumulation or more than
eight centuries had collected together
within this narrow area. That, too,
which Is of the greatest value, tho great
monuments of public worship, the tem
ples, with the statues which they con
tained, and linally the records, written on
bronze and stone these arc treasures on
which wo may bo sure that neither Ho
mans nor barbarians have laid their
hands. The temple ol Zeus, at Olympla,
in its entirety, is oue ot the most interest
ing architectural works of antiquity, o
that every enlargement or our know
ledge in regard to it Is slgiilcaut.
Olympla, however, as Curtlu3 says,
Will never prove a second I'ouipeli, lor
such an abundance or articles pertaining
to the houMdiolJ, and or dally use, is not
to bo looked lor, where a city In the
proper sense or the word has never ex
isted; hut it will reveal, on tho other
hand, what an Italian 'provincial ctty
could not bu expected to afford a com
pact group ot sacred and public cditlees,
whose ground plan It will be possible
to clearly trace ; remains or genulene
Greek plastic art, in bronze and marble ;
and votivo olleiings, the gifts or states
and or individuals, ot epochs the most
remote from each other.
We shall be able to take our bearings
on the soil with which all Pindar's Olym
pic odes pre-supposo an acquaintance ;
and while elsewhere, eye" 1 Athens, we
are surrounded by only local antiquities
and memorials ot municipal history, we
may here expect monument originating
In till the various regions Inhabited' by
the Greeks ; lor we stand upon tho Intel
lectual center ol Greece, and open the
richest archives or Greek history ; and
wo may also hopo to llnd records or the
the agreements and treaties concluded
between dlflereut States, which, though
to us or the greatest value, could not in
the least have excited tho greed of Ho
mau, Uyzatitincs, or Goths.
Illredliiir from I.iiukw, Cntnrrb, Ilron
rlillln, Coiinniuptloii. A Wonderful
Itocnr.sTnti. N. Y., Jan, K), 1S74.
11. V. Pelrce, M. I)., Hullalo, Jf. Y. :
Dkah Siii 1 had suffered from Catarrh
lu an aggravated form lor about twelve
yenrs and lor (-evcral years from bron
chial trouble. Tried many doctors and
things with no lasting benefit. In May,
'72, becoming nearly worn out with ex
cessive editorial labors ou a paper iu
New York city, 1 was atlackod with
bronchitis in a severe form, sullerlng al
most a total loss of voice. I returned
home here, but had been home only two
weeks when I was completely prostrated
with hemorrhage from the lungs, having
four ttctre blttdinp apellt wittin
ivo irreAj, imf in three inside
of nine days. In tho Sej)
tonibcr following, I Improved sulllclently
to Ixi able to bo about, though hi a very
feeble state. My brotiLhlal trouble re
mained and the catarrh was tenfold
worso than bclorc. Every ettort for re
lief seemed fruitless. 1 seemed to ho
losing ground dally. 1 continued lu this
feeble slate, raising blood almost dally
until about tho llrst of March '7'J, when
I became so bud us to bo entirely eon
lined to tho house. A friend suggested
your remedies. Hut I was extremely
skeptical that they would do me good, as
I hud lost all heart in remidlcs. and be
gan to look upon medicine and doctors
with disgust. However. I obtained
ono or your circulars, and
read It carefully, from which I camo to
tho conclusion that you understood your
business, nt least. I linally obtained a
quantity of Dr. Sago's Catarrh Hemedv,
your Golden Medical Discovery and Pel
lets, and commenced their vigorous tiso
accordlne to directions. To my surprise,
I soon began to Improve. This Discovery
and Pellets, In n short time, brought out
a sovero eruption, which continued for
several weeks. I relt much better, my op
pcllto improved, and I gained in strength
and flesh, lu thrco mouths every vostlgo
of catarrh was gone, tho bronchitis had
nearly disappeared, had no cough what
ever and 1 had entirely ceased to ralso
blood ; and, contrary to the expectation
ofsoinoofmy Irlends, tho euro has re
mained permanent. I havo had no more
hemorrhages from tho lungs, and nm en
tlrely free from catarrh, from which I had
suffered so much and so long, Tho debt
THUKSD AY, JANLTARY 27, 1876.
of gratitude I on e for t.o blessing 1 have
received nt your hands, knows no
bounds. I am thoroughly 'atlsflcd, from
my experience, that vonr medicines will
master the worst torinjof that odltis dis
ease Catarrh, as well a throat and lung
diseases. I have recommended them to
vcrv many and shall eier speak in their
praise. Gratriully yours,
Wm. If. Sphnckr.
P. O. Itox 607. Kocnt'tcr, X. Y.
Why Tots nr t'heiiu.
I'arls Corre.poiidence I' l).Uddphla Ilnllttlu.1 1
The barrels of the lr.tle toy-guns are
made out or old sHlc-boxes. The
kitchen utensils are minufnctured from
the sweepings of tin-slops, from worn
out rooi-shcatlng', and from discarded
gutters. The doll hoots and shoes arc
made from the scraps left from making
portcmoimales and pockctbooks. Tho
wheels ol the rablt drummers arc noth
ing else but tho round pieces ot wood
cut of tho top of liquor stands.
Tho doll actors or toy theatres nro dressed
lu scraps which nro obtained from tho
costumes-rooms or the great "theatres or
Paris, rrom tho grand opmdown to the
Theatro do llellevlllc. fbo principal
workman In this lino Is an old man who
was once an actor or some repute. The
lead soldiers come rrom Nuretiburg, and
It Is whispered that the lead usail lu their
maiiulacttire is obtained from bioken cof
fins, disinterred from the .melon; and dis
Blake & Co.
B. F. PARKER,
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
v7all Paper. Window Olass, Win
clow Shados, &c.
Always on hand, the celebrated Illuminating
Corner Eloventh Street and WmTbIhb'
STBATT0N & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER OO.
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
S FECIAL attention given to consignments and
HKAI. ESTATE AUENT.
JOHN q" iLARMAN & CO.
30NVEYAHCEHS, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Apenta of the Illinois Central and
Burllnirton and Qulncy H. R.
North Gor. Sixth and Ohio Levee,
PARKER & AXLEY,
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tents and Sale of lteul Kslulc.-CD
. STORE BOOM Washington
Avonuo, between Ninth end Tonth
Streets, Cairo. Illinois,
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
O. O. XXuolav,
HINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Buildlner. Cor. Twelfth Street
and WashlnRton Avouue,
EfCounty and Itallrosd Work tt Specialty.
NORTH SIDE OF EIQIITJI HTREE1
Between Washington and. Oommorclal
aaw ' wimiwwuiw ini
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST WAGON KAN.
aaxTUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Stroat
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures his own Horso Shoes and
can Assure Good Work.
, PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Close.
Corner 10th St. and Commercial Av,
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
L. I), Akii, Cairo, 11. K. Akin, Chicago
Zi. D. Akin. c& Co.,
Harness ! Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
10S Commercial Avenus,
rf-Tho.e favoring u with their natronage
ccuTllnd a complete llncof gooels from Which to
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io supply any quantity, by the
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CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
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Leadint; Journal of loutlivitB
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Will steadfastly oppose tbe policies ol th
Republican party, and refute, to be tram
melled t,y the dlctaUonot any clique tn the
It beilevet that the Republloan party bu
fulfilled IU mission, and that the Deaso
craUc party as now organized should be re
stored to power.
It believes the Itadleal tyranny that be
for several years oppressed tbe foutb
should be overthrown and the people ct ids
Southern States permitted to control then
It believes that railroad corporation
should be prohibited by legislative reacts
mcnts from extortinx and unjustly djscrim
Inatlng in their business transactions wits
It recognles the equality of all men b
fore tho law.
It advocates free commerce Urifl .to;
It advocates resumption of specie pay.
mint, and honest payment of tbe public
It advocates economy ta the administra
tion ol public afl'alrs
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