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CITY NATIONAL DANK. CAIRO
OfflM, xUtla aSu.S.141ri.cr. Oaiaer Tw.lftto. Bt and TMlxliitjtBi .traxiu.,
A, II. HAri'OllO, President.
H. H. TAYI.OK, Vice President.
W. IIYaLOP. Wee' v and Treasurer,
I'.W. IlAlltUAY, ClIA. OAMOIUII,
r, M. HTOCKIXXTII, i'AVL (I. Mclft'll,
U, II, C'VimlKI'I'AM. II L, IIALLIIIAY,
J. hi, I'JIILLU'S.
NTKRK9T paid on ilcpnults nt the rati- of nil
percent jicninnuiii. niiircii in ami rvHn
r Int. Interest mil withdrawn In fwMut Imme
J lately to llic rlricinl of the ilqxiolL, thereby
KIVIIUC uieni comuounii micron.
Marriod Women and Children may
Deposit Monoy onu no ono
olno can draw it.
dim ctirv Imslncssiluv Iromlfci.m. (ol n.tn
J unlurdny cvcnlints fur savings di-ioalts only
rum II toe o'clock.
W. HYSI.OP, Treasurer.
pity National Bank
CAPITAL, - - 8100,000
TV. V IIAI.r.IlJAV, I'tvalilrnt.
I1KNIIY I.. IIAI.I.IDAY, VlccPrest
A. II HAFFOIUI, Cashier.
WALTKIt 11YHI.0P, Au't Cashl. r.
HTAATS TAYtOU. II. II CO 1 .11111 All,
II I., llALLIDAY, W. P II tLIIIAY.
U l), Williamso, Htkiiikm hid,
A ii nArruiui
Exchango, Coin and Unitod StatOB
juonaB uougni ana ooiu.
KI'09rT3 readvcil anJ a general banking
K. Ilrnec President. II. Willi, Cntlilir.
I'. Kill. Vice Prcu't. T.J. Kcrth, Asst. ash'
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Uoui'inl lliinklnK IIiihIiiphh Iloni'.
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cmdics mimm mn
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net oi uii mui in ire-n ami v.iiuauie in
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dor It us ono oftiio cduentorH us well as
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v literary culture Hint lma kojit paeo with,
it Imi not led the time. thouUl caueo its
Hiduetors to regard it with litbtltiable com
lacency. UbIoo entitle:) them to a great
aim upon tho publio gratitude Tho
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i ono remittance; or six copies lor I'iO 00,
without extra copy; postage freo.
duck uuiuuuio vuu uo tuppiiod nt any
A coniplote sot of Ilarpor's Magazine,
ow comprUingW volumes, in neat cloth
lading, will bo sent by oxpress, freight at
no oxpento of purchaser, for $2 26 prr
olumo. Single volumos, by mail, postpaid,
3 00. Cloth casos, for binding, 68 ceuU,
Artlanmnnt. wfthnllt thn Avnmts ordfari of
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Auoress uuvan uuoTUJtua.n.
RKAIj K8TATK AWKNT.
JOHN Q. HMAN & C.
JONVEYANCKM, XOTAXUa FUSLIC
Land Airnnta of tho Illinois Central and
uuriinirton ana uuwey h. k.
Worth Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lavae,
PARKER & AXLEY,
Htiwlftl nttlntlnn irlt.n In (Villi.,! Inn nf
i'uu nnn anient iicni f.suite."X3
STORE BOOM Wnnhincton
Avonuo, botwocn Ninth and Tenth
Btroota. Cairo, Illinois.
rho Fooplo's Bomody.
Tho Universal Fain Ext actor.
Noto: Aak for Pond'" Extract.
Take no outer.
Hear; fur I will amak of cxctllciit tblnjjj.'
Injurle to Hun ur Itculi,
L.1l. I, ...I....
I MIDI i.iuin.,
Nlrnlna, Hiiralns, Contu-
I'rneturm, Cut, Ijir.-ra-
Uii or Iucl.nl Wounds.
iiippiiiiik (.unKn, or
!Von Blrpil.iui.l 111ml-
III),- uui nr Irclll.
Voriiillnrr lllood and
Illlnil 1'iln. Iln&llllilf 1
raiitu, nwrilol race.
tic bwHllDlf or fioniuu .
NlUfiira or Horwicn.
IjiiuIxiio. Lame Hack
Sort" Turont or Qnlnsr,
Hur or Inflamed Eyrs or
I DUrrhca, DyMntrry.
Nore NlMltia, luflaniud
I'nlnrul or too I'rofiuc
Sfllk Lctr.OrarUn Uls-
KMe ami Tnrnrt r .
(jrari.1 anil .Slraiitnirv.
ClinliiiKN and Kxcorla-
nous or intsnts, or
Vnrlrone Vi'ine, Kn-
lurxiil or Inflamed S'elns,
I'Ii itx. Old .Sores, Inter
loll. Carbuncles, Tu
mors. Hot Swellinc
ConiH and llunlnns, CliaJ-
i or horr l't.
i'hnUnim.Ilarness or Sad
I'd on or Whitlow, Frost
ed Limb nr lnrt.
SCoMiiuIlo Hllee. Insect
Htings, (.liaiipeil Hands.
flllnn'N i:XTIIAtrr Is for iteby all Flint.
i him siriiKKini. ami recoiumenaeii uy
all DniKKists, l'liyslclnns, and (ry
boiljr wbo ban ever iiwil It.
'muphlrt cuntftlnlnfr Ill.torynml Uses mall-
in im'onuiiiicuuoii, it tiulloumiaiyour
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
Km York ami l.oudoli.
R. SMYTH 5e CO.,
Wholcjtale and Retail Dealers la
Foreign and :Domestio
WIMS OF A III, KLMIS,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
MKSfllty. 8MYTII A CO. have constantly
a IiirKC stock of the bent nood In tliu mar
ket, anl uivc especial utlentlon to tho uholuuUs
ranrn 01 ine ouHine-)
1'AINT AM OIIJ4.
Blake A Go.
B. P. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
aow onuaoB, eta.
Always on hand, the celebrated IlltiiulnatInK
Oo rner Eleventh Street and
ESTABLISHED IN 1838.
WM, R. STEWART & BRC,
rilOM TAMI'ICO COAT SKINS,
FOH FINEST QUALITY OF SHOES,
T-T. IiltOWN & CO,, Clueluuall.O., AfenU
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1876.
THE RAILROAD CONVENTION.
Letter from Major W. J. Sykes to
M a W a a a n a
uoionei t. nuioen, secreiary
of the National Narrow
Hcaioa Why the Committee Should Meet In
Mimphli, Instead or It. Louis or
Chicago Kesignatlon of
Tho following letter will interest nllroad
people nud tho people ol Cairo generally.
Ah a railroad builder Col. Sykes inuo
Mxmhii", Tk?w., January 21. lWi.
To (Wonel K, liulhert, Hr tarj' N'stlonal Nnr
, row-Oauuv Committee', Knnn City, Mo,
Ukak Hiu 1 will now give you my rea
sons for thinking that Memphis Is tho
proper placo for the meeting of the com
liilttcc, or of the convention, II it chould
ho deemed ndvltablc to hold a convention.
You mention Chicago and St. l.oult as
proper placei. It Is true that Chicago Is a
Hto city, lull of cntcrprlio and energy, but
they already havo an abundanco of railroads.
Their country Is preoccupied Ith roads
of a dl!Trcnt gauge, and there Is no room
for any more. Similar remarks aprly to
St. I-oiiI', though not to so great an extent.
Tho first and only narrow-gaugo convention
was held at St. Louis. Although It was
sttcmlcd by lcadlig railroad men and
prominent manufacturers from all parts ol
the United State, and was lii all reppects a
decided hticoesf, yet it seems to mo that
now tho commlttco should meet at a point
lower down on tho Mississippi rlrcr. If
cvor tho sjstem ol iinrroiv-gauga roals Is
idepted upon an extensive scale. It mutt
be In tho southern Stales. You aro well
awaro that there are thousands ol acres of
land In Tenneisee, as well as In tho other
southern States, fdlcd with rich and valu
able minerals, abounding in line water
power and covered with rosguiliccut for.
cats of most excellent timber, that can
never be reached except by thoso cheap
railways. AIo, one of the great evils tin
ier which the south, and particularly Mem
phis ami the surrounding country is sutTer
ing, is high rates on local freights anil
pissengcr upon our railroads. Thothrougli
ritei are low enough, and greatly dls
proportloned to the local rates. This can
Hirer bo remedied, either by legl-latlou or
lij building any more coitly railroads.
Ticrc will, be reductions at the competing
prints, but a corresponding Increase at
luucoupetlng places. If wo wUh cheap
local rates we must bare rosds that can, on
account of the cheapness of their construe
Hon, an j of their light running cxpcti'es,
a tlord cheap rates along tho whole line. A
cheap railroad to Okolona, Mississippi, and
one' to the Tennessee river, would caue a
reduction on loc.il freight and pis-engers
upon all the roads coming into Memphis.
Tho other roads would be compelled to
conlorm their charges to the charges oh
these roadi, or lose their local business,
which Is their chclf source of profit. Mem
phis would thus sac In ono year what It
would cost her to ecuro these roads. It Is
in contemplation to build a narrow-guagc
railroad from Vljksburg to Memphis, to be
extended throush llrownsvlllo to Cairo-
Also, a narrow-gauge road is in process of
construction from Memphis in the direc
tion oi Knovtlllc, Tennessee ; If built that
far It will bo met by a road of tho tamo
gaugo coming Iroin Norfolk, Virginia, com
menced under the auspices of General J,
11. Itnbodeu. Tin road from Memphis to
Sell" a, Alabama, will, I think, be eventu
ally built as a narrow-gauge road, and will
then be extended to tho Utllf of Mexico.
So, also, with tho Memphis and Kansas City
road. In fact, I am sutlillcd that no road
will hcroaltcrbo commenced and built in
the southern States of a wider gaugo than
throe feet, unless It Is done by aid of tho
government of tho United States. Facts.
will bo produced at tho meeting of your
commlttco which ore tho r-uuit- umctunl
cxporlenco that will remove all doubts ai to
tho practicability of thcee roads, and satisfy
capitalists tint they will yield haudomo
dlldendsand bo good luvcxtmeuts, It is
true bouthcrn railroad stocks h.ive not been
generally v.tltta'iblo, but it is becausa these
roads cc-t too much in their coetructlon,
and becattiu their expem-cs urc fo grout in
proportion to tho amount ol work they
liavo to do. These 'consfderntlons, nnd
many othors, Judttco mo to ttrgo upon you
tho calling nf the committee nt Memphis at
an catly period. I was appomlcd, as; you
ure awaro, a member of the national
executive commlttco by tho St.
I.ouls narrow-gauge convention, without
my knowledge. I have endeavored to
bring this subject beforo the people ol Ten-ncs-ce
on all sultablo occasions, uud I hopo
my labors Invo not boeu cntlrelyifrultlcss.
I mint now, however, for private rcasonB
which it Is not necessary to mention, resign
my position as a member of that commit
tee, to take effect at'your next meeting,
and I would most respectfully suggest Hon,
V. AV. Vnughan, of lit owntvlllu, us a suit
able to till my placo on th:it committee,
Uo is president of tho llrownsvlllo, lluliy
Sprlngs and Ohio railroad company ; Is a
nun or ability and energy, nnd fully lm.
pressed with the necessity tnd ailvuutugei
ofchoap railroads, Hoping that you will
soon Issuo tho call for a meeting of the com
mittee, 1 remalu, yojrs, very truly,
Wm, J. Sykus,
A I'civ Words to Treble, nnd llcllcnlo
lly It, V. ricreo, M. 1)., of tho Worlil's
Dispensary, llull'alo, N, V Aiitnor of
"Tlio rcoplu'a t'onimou Sunso Metlienl
Knowing that you tire subject to n
great uniount of sullcriiiK, that ildkacy
on your uart has a strong fundeiiey to
proloim it, ami tlio loncer It la neglected
tliu more you liavo to cndtiro ami tho
inoro (Ufllcult ot euro your caso liecoines,
I, us a physician, who am dally consulted
by scores of your sex, desire to say to
votl. that I am eonstantlv tnectlnir with
t hoso who have been tutted
for their nllinenU for niotitbs with
out Isclnir beiK'lllnl In the lest, until
they have hecotno jx-Tfectly illscouragcd
amfhavo nliuost inado up their mind
never to take another dose or medicine,
or bo tortured hv nnv fnrtlitr treatment.
They had rather dlo nnd mo their suf
ferings ended than to live and sutler as
they have. They say the; nro worn
out by suH'erliig, niiif arc only made
worso by treatment, Of anything more
iii.-couroving, wo certainly tannoi con
ceive, nnd were there no more successful
niodu of treating such dllllailtlcs than
that, the principle.1" of which tench the
rcuuciug ana ticpictingnf tlio vitairorces
of thu system, when the Indications dic
tate n treatment tllreetlv (ho reverse ol
the onoadoptcil fur tliciiLtbelrtafe would
deplomblo Indeed. Hut, ladyull'erers,
thcro Is n tetter and far more successful
Plan of treatment lor you ; one more in
harmony with the laws and reaultvments
of your system. A harsh, Imtatlug
uiu.-iio ireiuincni nnu strong inecicines
will never cure Votf. IfV6u wihiM.hisb
rational means, such ns coiutuoti-.;nse"
snouiu uictna- to every intelligent lady,
take such medicines as embody the very
best Invigorating tonics nnd nervines,
compounded with sjieclal reference to
your delicate system. Such a happj
combination you will llnd In my Favor
ite Prescription, which has received the
highest prnlso irom thousands ol your
ox. Those languid, tiresome senations,
causing you to feel scarcely able to be on
your lect or ascend n Slight ot stairs; that
continual drain that Is sapping from your
system all your former elasticity, nnd
driving thu bloom from your checks ;
tint continual strain unon vour vltnl
forces that renders you Irritable and fret
ful, may all bo overcome and sub
dued by a persevering ue of that
marvelous remedy. Irregularis? and
obsructlons to (he nroner worklne- of
yoursystom are relieved bv this inlhriinii
safe meanc. while Dcrlodfcil
existence of which is a sure indication ol
serious disease that i-hould Tlit list rw
glectcd, readily yield to It. and if lt u
tK! Kept up lor a rc.vonaoie icngtii o
time, tho special cause of these pains Is
permanently removed. Further light
on theso subjects may be obtained from
"The People's Common Sense ledlcal
Adviser." in Which I have dovotwl n
largo spaco to the consideration of all
forms ot dlseaffS peculiar to your sex.
This work will be pes t-pald to nny ad
drcs on receipt of $1 CO. My favorite pre
scription is sold by druggists.
A Ko, i I.niiiirlry.
It Is now conceded Unit 'Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, Ko. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Wellington and Commercial ave
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the city, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
Hud it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices arc as follows : Hotel
and boarding-house washing "" cents
per dozen. For piecu work prices aro as
follows : Single shlrtand collar, 10c; per
dozen, SOc ; socks, tic ; two collars, 5c ;
two haudkerchlcfs, "c ; vc.ts, 20c; and
all gentlemen's wear, SOc. per dozen.
Indies plain calico Uh.--mc, 9.V; calico
dresses with oxtra trimmings, fiOo, niiitu
dreics, $1 2.",c ; ladies' ,uudenvnre, line
nnd coarse, SI 00 jcr dozen. 1-23-tf.
IlAimiiBLr.a, Ills., Jan. 15, ls7C
WKare now mining a very superior article
ot coal ln Irom all impurities, esiieclally
attatitiHl for ifrates and household ti.e generally,
which we will driller III Cairo, on the Cairo and
incennes truck by the car load of 3K bu.hels
at nine (9) cents per bushel, or two dollars and
liventy-llie cents (i jierton.
We also haic a -cry superior article of Nut
Uinl M blch we will ileliier on truck at sixteen
(Ii ) dollars tier car ' bushels, l'artles not
wishing ii car load will call tijion V. M. Wonl on
hipbth street, bctiiren Commercial nnd Wash
liik'tonnvenues, and lie supiillednt reasonable
trims. Mr. Wind will also dellier this coal to
oiiymrt oflbccltyatl 60 iercnr loml, mak
thicnalcostttboutiM lierton. All the coal
used bv the C. and V U.K. U supplied from
our mines, nnd It has uo superior In the market.
Addiess all orders fur con I to
Jas. A.. ViaU A Co.,
t3"l'.M. Ward, I., has teams nnd will ile
her till coal nt :i ft ner car. l-io-dtr.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Botwocn Washington and Commorolal
Avenuou, adjoining Hanny'a.
KVXV3 for Bile the best Beef, I'ork, Mutton
Veal,.Lanib. Haueaire, Ac. and is pre
pnail l 'crvc Cunllles In an occcvtalle manner
lor auaaia. atoii a. oneiia
UNIONt.OUTS, RUrsES, OHIL.
iBLAINB; IILOKKJB, 80RE8, tto.
iDrsssliu Un lb 8S Cuts a li. r'M .rcdti
llXrUEXa CO., EtcuUruSt., CM:ito,
JOHN n. KULXSV,
Attorney at Law.
orriCBi At residence on Nlulh Street, b.
hrccn Washlwgtoa avenue uud Walnut St,
I GOAL I
I sssBft iW 1 Ldint Journal of lonthtrn
J I- -V ixP sxax M. BV u x I TlH-4.it.
l" " nSS"Sxif'Tir axsja.r i m r ouuivu,
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE,
the but aid omnn WAQOM XAJT.
iaJTJPACTORY, OHIO LEVIS
Near Thirth-Fourth StrMt
SIXTH STREET, Dotwcen OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufacture hie own Horae Shoeaand
can Aiauiu Oood Work.
WHOLES ALK AND RETAIL,
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. and Commercial AvJ
G. O. PATIER & CO.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
AQENTS AMERICAN POWDER GO.
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Ha. 78 OHIO LEVEE
Ql'KCIAL attentteu glTca'toconsbjtuncnU and
Ott)Od BOOlfR 1-vcrybo.ly nee.li one
inp cheap and really valuable volumes, sent pre
paid Tor price named. HunUr'sUuiile and Trap
lien. Companion, ull about tmntlux, tniiijilnir,
ll'hlnu, raising milk, Ac., Ac liu pares only
nlinli1 (rrirlr .mil. 91 M. 1.1.1.. !, . I . .
rvlialile work, only 2i cm.
I'rlrlfri .ml In.... r
America, a comiilele exnese of the dolmrs or
irery winiier, quaes, anu numnug in Araerl-
rk. mnil linml.ut-
ca, JearU 1.11.. conalns list cf hundreilsor
swindlers. It will "post you" and save you
rush, only Z5cta. The Ventrilcniuls's (iulite, or
how to learu ventrilonuUm. Full ln.tniMinna
examiiles, anecdotes, also how to make the
wnisueiouniuie an Dims and Deasu. nniv a
miuimiiniDKiuii urvaainr uorses, ai-
nuiii.wiii,iinc iiurw uocior. a laixe aciavo
book, and the best ever Issued, near l(u pp.,
rj lanner utnis ll, only ii cenu. Art and
T""' oi inaainu- ioic. ah atiout It, how to
n,!eI?",h'nf l"aIP- nly Wets,
Mattlc Made Jjwy. ifowto do nil tricks In le.1-
5H'"',1,n' be,V,ook P" "lJct, only j cents
.l tuf i'J" J I'l1- lmnt chromo an er only
suceuts. Any tHioVwntrreeim receipt oflirlee.
CatiiloKiiea Iree. Artdreaa alt orders ti the old
HAW! TTAWl ITAWtShout all
TT V . - .. 'ho once
; those Kewrlous, hwrcr, lialn. Koiulo.
r.iHauc Kuuuer rures. Each one will make lou
dlneient races, and oh, so funny I GreateslthlnK
erermaa. Jiut the thin for bolldar. One
X.l"rCOv.u.1,." wl!0, 2wn- 7 klmls I milled
.; i ..f . t .a"'B loT Henil for
Hl..lnKCTLi.A. UXT lndee.ll You can
stick it through hat and vet make no ltola t 'Ti.
me wonder of.the Ke. Hend for tt anil have
""""i n'7 3 cents, a for
tarila ol courtship, love inaklnir cards, fortune
telling ranis, 3 kinds, each In neat case. These
re uii- ueti earns ever inauennu eTery younft
,.onB needs tnem to etijor these loifif VvetP
liiKs. ao cents per Hick, 3 for75cenl. Send
ror mem and hai e nm wlUi the ulrs I The little
II lit or lantruageof loic, will take with the
Klrls. Only 16 tents. All nliout courting, cure
IV v,-.1-. ni ij itiih. i.oier'H leiegrsnn.
glided by every hirer. Only 20 cents. All
nbpicaie vleicantly Illuminate,!. Sent free for
or re. n'.-iii oooKs ror sale Uahi oguc free.
Address IiCXTKIt CU., Hinsdale, N. II.
i-i lUwIf-(Jil) '
MT. CARBON(Blrj Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load.
ion, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
BO"Fo larse oonsumorfl and all
aianufaoturors, wo are prepared
to Bupply any quantity, by tho
zuvuiu ur your, sr. uniiorm ratos.
CAIBO CITY COAL COMPANY.
grilalllday Ilro, 'a office, No. 70 Ohio Levee.
K-IIairiday Bro.'B wharf bout.
tAt Kjtyjjtlun Mills, or
JjJAt the Coal Dump, foot of Tniity-ElKht
gfPost Office Drawer. 800.
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Will steadfastly oppose the policies of th
Republican party, and refuso to be tram-
melted uytho dictation of any clique in the
It beitcves that the Republican party ha
fulfilled in mission, and that tho Demo
cratic party as now organized should to re
stored to power.
It believes the Radical tyranny that he
for several years oppressed the South
should be overthrown and the aople cl the
Southern States permitted to control thou
It believe that railroad corpora tie
should be prohibited by legislative roacH
manta from extorting and uajnatly daaerlx
IniUng in their business transact! os wtta
It recognlei tie equality ol all men b
fore the law.
It advocates froo commerce tariff fur
It advocates resumption of specie pay
ment, and honest payment of the pubBt
It advocates economy ' in tha administra
tion ot publio aflalr
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ot Cairo, and a variety or Commercial, Po
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Cannot fall to see tho tfa'Hvaled induce
ments offered by Tho Bulletin in the way
ot cheap and profitable advertisements.