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CHARTERED MARCH SI. 18
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
oniniHi . .
A U. RArrOKH. l'resldcnl.
.H. 8. TA Yl.Olt, Ire 1'rrnlil. tit.
W. I1YSLOI', Hec'y and Treasure r.
I W. lUnci.AT, Chad. (lAi.muin,
'. M htOCHri.KTII. I'AI'l. 1 Maun,
It. II CtNNINOIIAW. II I, IIaM.IIiAY,
J. M I'lULUI.
T.STKKKBT ult mi deposits at tlio rale of nix
LI riuii ier annum, Alarm 11 aim Mprtm
HT 1st. Intiannt nrit urllliitritwti I. wl.li.l timm.
llult-ly to the principal of tin- deposits, thereby
.i.iiik ill ill i.iiiiniiuim nii.'ii-ni
Married Women mid Children may
uupoHii manoy una no ono
eUo can draw it.
Open eitrv huslnessiliiv I'riniitf.i.iii. In.l n m
id ."sturdily evenings tor takings loaitM otitv
rnniG to ti o'clock.
, W. HYST.QP. Treaiurnr.
City National Bank
TV' I HALLIDAV, President.
IIKNHY I. HALLIDAV, Vicel'rrst.
A n S.UKOItil, (U'hlrr.
WALTKIt UV.-JI.Or, Ass'l Cashier.
. Staats Taylor, It. II. I'.vti luiiiam,
II !. lUl.l.lOAT,. W, I' II II.IDAY,
I D, WlLLIAMSOff, HTKPIIKN lap,
'A. II. SArroiU)
Ezohango, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
KI'OSITS received and a general banking
V. llmss, President. II Wells, Cvliltr.
I". .Ntff, Vice I'rts't. T. J. Kerth, As.t. aih'r
mm m mi,
Corner Commercial Avo. and 8th Btreet,
V. Ilro.s, Cairo Wm. Kluge, Ciilro.
r. Kill. Calm Wm Wolfe, Calm.
A Sununka, Cairo. It. I Illlliiig.lcy, VI. Ioul.
y. Iludvr, lro II. Wells, Cain,.
t' II. Ilriukman, St. Ixjuls.
A Uciiciiil lliinkliiff Iluslncss Hone.
JTF.xchange sold and bought Interest paid
In the Savings Department. Collection made,
ami all bii.lnt.s promptly Htlemlnl to
choice mom rows,
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Kor any one Itevlew, 00 ror aiinuni
'or any two ltovlewn, 7 00 "
, or any three Uevlewi, HI 00
Kor all four Hevlnwn, I JOO "
Kor Klackwooil'n Maga
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Tor lllackwood ami two
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41 HarcUv Street. Now York
Will most positively cure any wife (irrliciiiiw
tltni or rliiiiniutlc Rout, no matter how long
mainline, on the luce of the earlli. lleinKflii In
ward iiiiplicullon It iloe tlieworkiiulekly, tlior
oiwlily uml permanently, leaving llie 8ytem
BlriiiiR and healthy Write lo any prominent
pcrsnii In WnfliliiKlon City, ami yuii will learn
ilmt llicaljove nuileiiicnt Ulrne In every partic
ular. CONDENSED CEHT1HGATKS.
Washington, D. C. December !i, 1871.
ifW llelpliciistlne A lirntleyi
Ucnts 1 very checrnilly dale Hint I used Du
rang'n itheiimailis Itemiily with ileeliled lienellt.
A. II. hTEl'HENH,
Member of Concress of Cia.
WashlnKlon, D. C, April S3, 187B.
M"ehi IKIphenstlne A llentley :
(it nt : For llie pa.t n' en ears my wife has
ben a Krmt minVr from ilieuiniitlsin, heriloelora
I'allliiKto (rive Uer relief, sheuoed ilntu bottles
DuraiiK's Ithi'umatic Itemeily, ami u permanent
curd was the ivmt. WSl, II. V'ltOOK,
"Executhe Clerk to I'rcsliU'U. lirunt. "
WashliiKton, 1). C, March:), W&.
In the space of twelve hours my ilieiiuiatlsm
was K'une, bavlnitlaLen ttireiliies oriluraiiK'a
Hheilinntlu Itemeily, Mybrolher. J. II. Cessna,
of lledford, l'a., wascuivilbyaelmllariimount.
, JOHN CESSNA,
Member of Couuress of l'a.
1'i lccone ilollnr a bottle, or six bottles ror live
dollars. Ask your dniKKlst f.ir Diuudk's llheii
matiu Itemeily inanuhcliiml by
HEM'IIKNSUNE A I1KNTLEY.
DniKglsts ami Chemists,
Washington, U. C.
Iltj-Kor sale In ClilKO, by n i Schaaek
btevensou A Held, and Lord Smith A Co.
JOHN a. HARMAN & CO
20HVEYANCKBS, HOTAKIM PUBLIC
Land Asranta of tha Illlnola Oantral and
iiurungton ana uuincy H. K.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Laveo,
Tho Pooplo'fl Remedy.
Tho Universal Fain Ext actor.
Note: Aik for PobiI's Extract.
'lli-ar; far I will sin-ak of cxrtllenttliliiics.'
I nj H rle tu Man or Ileasts,
strnlim, Hpralns, Contu
I'ritelurc, Cuts. lrera-
ll fir Inrla.l Wnun.l.
II I red I iiic Lunica, or
Spitting of lllooil.
Sow BletMl.iml llleed.
ingdums or Teeth.
VoiullinKor Blouil ami
Pllra -.illte.llng 8 l'lles,
II nil It l M..C.MII.I. '
I "" . I.HIHIllUK I
I ru.Kia, nweneii rae.
lll Sulllni n.SAMiiw.
ifltlirtiraa or bonnutl.
I.UlnhAiro. friir Itnylr
pare Thront or Quinsy,
Jtorr or InQamed yts or
Hore 'liilon, Intlamed
Painful or too rrofuse
Milk I.etr. OTrln Dls-
e and Tumors.
(J ravel and Strangury.
Chnlluica and Excoria-
I nons or inrants, or
Varlroae Velna, En-
largcl or Inflamed Veins.
iictm, ijiu sorts, inter
Bolla. Carbuncles, Tu
mors. Hot .Swelling..
t'oma and Ilunlons, Clial
I nl or Sore Feet.
rrlon or Whitlow, Erost-
el Limbs or Tarts.
Xoaqnllo Bltea. Insect
atlugs, Chapiied Hands.
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NEW YORK SOCIETY.
Arlsloiriir)' hi I he Driiiorrnlir Me
J. 0. nl.liiullli writes la tliu D.iubtiry
Uoclcly In lUmoerAlli: New Yurk Is ury
miieli tliu tatnii us It Is Jin other gtent i ltlcn
ol tho wuilil. We liae anarlslocraey which
Isjllstas psiilciilar In lis cclcctlous and
JiiiUn severe In Its JiidgmcuS ns any arln
tocraey which slan I behind tho puffy but
lers nl London. Wo have no lords nr.il
dukes, but w ii have families that rccelvo
lords and dukes when they Ult America.
Indeed, this toelcty is jutt ni gcnleel as
any that the lords and dukes have at home.
You seldom hear of It. There is really no
noii'enco about it. Once in nwlillc" It'ei-
toD-lvely patronles a charily ball; but on
such occasions it exercises such strict sur
veillance of the arrangements that it keeps
its clean skirts unpolled by tho eoilll.h
crowd. The family ol tho governor is sup
posed to belong to the elito. (Irtat mcr
chants like Stewart, nml rich laud owners,
and high-toned phyleUn, and big lawyers
lis club lieadipiartcrs for men Is the Union,
which is very rigorous In its demand of
qualification for membership, and which I
presided over by William M. EvarU. If
you belong to this club you may speak of
Hill Kaverls. (lentlemcn from other cities,
If they belong lo nrlitocratlc old fnmlllc".
may get into this club and may come to
New York and vllt In this gilt-edged
society. Towns like New Haven, Newbury,
Newark, all contiguous to New York, have
their half dozen old families which send
delegates to this good society. These fam
ilies aro those which arc Just as severe
at homo as society Is In New York. You
know the local middlo class always .peak
of them dlirespcctfully as "tho big bugs,"
and the lower class calls them "tho bug',"
"the dons," "the blood-," and "the upper
ten." Newark, for InMancc, sends Senator
Krellnghuytcn and JuMlce llradley and the
Hornblowem and tho Colts, who arc con
nected with the Celt" of Connecticut.
Newburg sends "Ucli people as Secretary of
State John Illgctow, and llancroft I)avl.
I'atcrson has its Colts and l'ennlngtons and
llutlers. In New York I suppose tho
Alton lead. lu this society aro glum old
physicians like Drs. Van Huron and DeU
Held. W. M.Ktnrt, Joe Choate, Clarence
scwart, William Allen llutier (of "Noting-to-wcarM
fame) and W. W. I'helps are
amongtho lawyers who belong to ton. In
Journalism there are James Gordou lieu
net, l'arko Goodwin, W, C. llryont, 3Ianton
Marble, L. J. Jcnnlng-. Hanking furn
ishes a long list, to which belong August
Belmont, Ex-Gov. Edwin, U. Morgan, and
capltsllits like Commodore Garri-on, the
Vandctbllts, Hooicticlts, Hewetts, and
many rich old merchants of whom tho
world never hears. These people own
their country liouies; they seldom patron
ize fashionablu watering places unlc
owning a cottage at Newport may lie pat
ronizing a watering plico. Hut most of the
members of bet society own great accrs In
some quiet country place. Kvartes
1'hclpscs, llryaiito Goodwins, unit many
other-, go to tho Hcrkshlrc hill-. The
Hudson river is a favorite resort. William
Alleu Hutlc-r used to go to Newburg. So
did Nat. Wallls. lllgclow lives near Ncw
Imrg. Ilciiinrknlile DNcovery In I'loriidii.
1'allnka (Fla.) U. n.U.)
M'o learn that tho Indian mound on Mur
phy's Island was openedor rather entered,
by a party n low days ago. This mound Is
ono of tlio largest on the river, and has ex.
cited more than ordinary Interest among
our Fclcnti tic visitors. Hut Colonel Hart,
proprietor of tho island upon which the
mound stands, heretofore persisted In hl
refusal to have this rclluofpa-t ages dU
turbod. On Wednesday, however, It was
resolved to Inspect thoroughly this mon
ument ol prehistoric age, A party from
tho l'utnaii), with others, took n steamer
for tho Maud, where they arilved In good
time. It was agreed to open tho wound at
its base. Alter making a breach of thirty
live feet, they discovered . 'i hard wall mado
of cocipilnn or shell rock. This wall was
cemented, and was ornamented with vari
ous figures of warriors, with bow and ar
rows, nml various reptiles. Aftet much
dllllctilty a breach was mado In tho wall
and by the light of a torch tcveral of tliu
party entered; much stirprl-ed, they found
themselves within n vault eight feet hlghf
with room twelve by lllteen fcot long, with
armed nnrrlors Incase. I lu niches, all lu a
state, of pctrlllcatlon, This Is certainly a
most wonderful discovery, and has pro
duced u profound sensation, In view of
thli Important discovery, Co'onel Hart has
stationed n guard, to prevent patties inak"
Ing away with Ihcso wonderful objects.
Murphy's island will, no doubt, become
tho Mecca of tho St. John's l iver.
for ItuiiNiiN 'ami Colorado,
Tliu Atchison, Topekn and Santa Po
railroad front Kansas City and Atclilon
on tliu Missouri river, via Topekn, tlio
capltol ot Kansas, and tlio beautiful r
kunsus valley to tlio ltocky Mountains.
The shortest route to rtiebelo tho Grand
Canon, Colorado Springs, Manltott,
1'lkes Speak, and all places of note in tho
mountain region. Tho favorite routo
to Denver and all points In Northern
Colorado. Tho best route to Southern
Colorado, Now Mexico and Arizona. Tlio
only direct routo to tho famous San
hum mines. Tim track mid equipment
is uncqiialcd, trains run through from
tlio Missouri river; to tho ltocky Monti
tains, making connections In Union de
pots and avoiding 'delays mid trans,
fers. For lull descrlptlvo circulars
mups, time tablet), etc., address
T. J. A.NDKltSON,
Oen'l l'ass, Agent, Topcku, Kim.
dAngr. Ceinar Xrvlftl. atraat ml
WJSDNMSPAY, FEBRUARY 16, 187G.
Leslie's Newfpi.ni and llngsilncs, the oldest
YlHlilMicd llln.tniliil I'trlodleals In Aim rim.
they are now lltM oflVrid lo rant, osser, who
Will, If Ihey secure nn agency mid erlu,lte br
rllnry. ! nulili-.! Intnilucc fevinteen flrst
ilnss llliiitnited rerlmllrrls, sullil toss many
dlsllnrt lnlisiir Hunts, and, with llie choice
friiiiulylit new ami Itraiillful elirninos, ghen
free of costs to each annual subscriber, lxi en
iibtnl It set lire one or more (ilbrrlptlons In
try family In their district. To skillful can-
vns'ers this will secure permanent rin.lo mrut,
nml the niiewulseui h jfui wllll"' Ufurr.eo
aly and nsnuns renue. Kprellmn .uiers
and most liU lul irtus still to allnppllcauts who
Inamelbetenltory they dtslretocanvass. Ad
dress, Agency Ileiiartini nt, Frank lA'slle B
I'nlillsbliig ll.fiise, M7 I'ml Stixtl, XeW Yolk,
mriril-iiinri, HI, ,.In. 13, 1870.
WK.are ,l0W..l,,llUDR. very superior article
ot coal frtc from all lli.i.urlUts. esneclallr
adapted for grates nml household n stntnillr
which we will delller In Cnlro, on tht cii, ,ml
Vlncennts truck by the car lond ormsi bu.htlit
at nine (9) cents Kr bushel, or two dollars uml
twenty-lire cents tJ 25) kt ton
VaUp liaea very suwrlor article of N'ut
ri'Jr .w llc" we wllldellm onlrark at sixteen
"t nuiiars iier car ;si nu.ntls. Tartles not
wishing n car load will call upon F. M Ward on
Kiirntn street. 1tvp-n (!.iininriui nmi uf..i..
Ington avenues, and 1 supplicant reanonable
iivni,. ,r. n.nuoiiuiio acinar mis coal to
any part of the city at H 60 iiercar load, mik-
tlilseoaleostaboutt2 h irton.s All the coal
nseil by the C.and V It. ft. Is Applied from
uu. iiiiiii-a, uiim it lias iii, eujierioi-TU II1C murict
Address all orders for coal to
Ja.. ViallA Co.,
. CJ"E. M. Ward , Esq . , has teams and will de
IjjJlthjsjOTaljiHrt .VjjMTciir. l-'.n-iltf.
Blake St Go.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Always on hand, the celebrated Illuminating
Corner Eleventh Street and Waiblor
I Kll'OR DKALKKK-
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dmltrs la
Foreign and .'Domestic
WIXF.M OF AM, KIM)H,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
MESSRS'-. SMYTH A CO. have constantly
a large Block of the best good . In llie mar
ket, ami give esieclal attention to llie nholvsul
rsneh of the business.
Dealer m Fresh Meats
Between Waahlngtoo ind Commercial
Avenuee, uujouiiuk uway I,
KEEPS for sale the best lleef, fork, Mutton
Veal, IjuiiIi. (Sausage, Ac,, and is pre
pnad tf ervn lumillea In an acceiitahlo manner
L. 1). Akin, Cairo, 11. K. Akin Chicago
Zi. D. Alsia A Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
105 Commercial Avenus, - - 0AIK0, ILLS.
KfThnae favoring us with their patronage
bciiniud a comnleto 1 1 nc of goods from which to
wlcct, at bottom prices. lu-ll-wlj .
JOHN K. MULKKY,
Attorney at Law.
OrriCKi At residence on Ninth Html, be
tween Washington avenue nud Walnut HI.
II COIL i
The Gamble Wagon
JOHK P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST WiOOH VAX-
aaJUPACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Streot
SIXTH STREET, Botwoon OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufaoturoa hia own Horae Shoes and
can Assure Uoon work.
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Ordors for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
sromptlv attended to.
lgTo largo eonsumors and all
nanufaoturors, wo aro proparcd
to supply any quantity, by tho
nonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CUT COAL COMPANY.
KJ-IIalllday llro.'s offlcc, No. 70 Ohio Levee,
Qllalliday liro.'s wharf bout.
Q-At Kgyptlan Hills, or
Q-At the Coal Diunp, loot of Tnuty-Elght
tJ-l'oal nnico Drawer. 300.
Drsitlau km II. BS Cc.u a box,
rcmKMB A CO., (itOcubwaSI., Ctlh
iOreat Medical Book
und Secrets for Ladles and Cents. Sent free for
two stamps. Address,
ST. JOSEPH MEDICAL INSTITU.TK
10-lMly, Bl. Joseph Mo,
i. if s etvwisi
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iw.out i worth of Gold Jewelry, Rings, Pins,
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WHOLESALE AND BET AIL.
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Goods Sold Vory Close.
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C. 0. PATIER & CO.
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Will steadfastly oppose tbe policies of lh
Republican party, and refuse to be tra
melted tha dictation ol any clique in the
It bedevei that the Republican party hai
fulfilled lu miisloa, and that the Deao
cratlc party as now organised should be re
stored to power.
It believes the Hsdical tyranny that h
for several years oppressed the South
should be overthrown and the people ct ina
Southern States permitted to control Uetf
It believes that railroad corporation
should be prohibited by legislative f cacti
ments from extortinx and unjustly dascrim
tnatlng In their business transactions with
UrccotsnUeslha equality ol all nen b
fore the law,
It advocates free commerce larlO lo:
It advocates resumption of specie pay.
ment, and honest payment ol tbe public
U advocates economy la tha administra
tion ol public aflalrs
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