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OITY NATIONAL BANK. C AIBO
Otte. Sullatlia. SullAlnc-, Conxar Otxaat and 'Wahltiet
sn ..-v-xi.ua. I
A. . BArroRO. Pmldtnt.
B. B, TAYLOR, VlcaPrelldent.
W. M YSLOP, 8M'r nd Treasurer.
P.W. Babclat, CHAI. GALIOimil,
r. M. Hiocurtmi, I'acl (1. Hcniii,
K.H.CuxnmonAM. II L, Halmdat,
J, M. Phillim,
INTEREST pnltl on deposits it tbc rat of tit
percent, per annnm, March 1st and Stptem
jrr Ut. Interest not wlthdrusrn I iwlitol Immr-
uateiy to tlie principal or the lKtlls, thereby
Jiving them compound Interwt.
Harried Women and Children may
uepostt mosey ana no one
else can draw it.
Open ererr bntlnetiftajr IromAi.m. to S p.tni
J Saturday evenlurs for savings dcjoslts only
W. HTRLOP, Troaaarar.
City National Bank
W P. HAt.I.IDAY, Pmlib-nt.
1IKNIIY 1,. JIAIXIDAY, Vie Prest,
A. R. HAPFOKD, CiibleT.
WALTER IIYSL0P, Ass't Cashier.
. 8TAATI TATLOn, It. II. CCW lSOIIAll,
II I..IIAU.IDAT, W. P II II DAT,
I). WlLMAMtO, MTUIiaN IHD,
A I). SAITOUU
Exchango, Coin and United Statoa
uonaa uougnt ana aoia.
DKPOSITS received and a genera! banking
NetT, Vice Prei't.
II. 'Weill. Cashier.
T. .1. Kertli. Aunt, asb'r
mm coum mi
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8tb Street,
llrnn, Culrti. Wni. Kluge, Cairo.
NV1T. C.lrr. Win (V..1 Ip I 1. 1 n.
. Susanka, Cairn. It. I.. Illlliiigtley,! Iul,
iiuurr, i aim. ll. ns, lain,.
K II llrliikmun,.''t. Louis,
A Ifetieml Ranking Bnlne Done
ryEsr.hange sold and bought Interest paid
in hip rnTltiK Department, loiiecuona nm
ami all tm.lnrM promptly attended to
cues mmmi row.,
The Leonard Scott Pub. Co,,
41 BaBCLAY ST. NEW YOEE
continue tlielraiiMpn'.Vi Reprints of llic
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KONA-ltl) SCOTT l'OlU.'NQ CO,
41 Barclav Street. New York
Will moil positively cure any case orrlirnma
tltmor rheumatic Rout.no mutter hotv long
itaudlng, on tlierareorthevartli. Ilclngan In
ward application it doe the work quickly, tlior
oiuililr and iiernianently, Unvlng the tyetcin
alrongund healthy Write to any prominent
penon in Washington City, and you will learn
Ihit the above ttutnuent Is true In every turtle,
Waahlugton, P. C. Decemlier 't, 1871.
Meiin llelpben.llne llentleyi
Oeiita ivenr ; cheerAilly state Hint! titcil Du
ring' Rheumatio llenieily with decldnl lienellt.
A. II. STEPHENS.
Mrmlier ofCongrem of (ia.
Washington. 1). C, April S3, 187S.
MossiB lliliilicnstlne ft Ilenlley :
Oentii Kor the juut leven yean my wife his
Iwen a great Buffer from rlieiiiuutisin, lierdoi'tori
lulling to glvo her relief, bhemed threo bottlea
liurung'a Itheiimatlc Remedy, and u permaueut
cure witH the rralil. WM. II. i'lldUK,
Watliinglon, I). C, March 3, U7(l.
In theipaceof twelve hours my rheumutUm
wan gone, having tuken three doiei ori)iming'i
llhe umatlii Itenicily. My brother. J. II. Cei.na,
ol lledford, Pa., waacnrulbyaalmilaranioiinl.
. . JOHN CESSNA,
Member orConicreis of Pa.
Price one ilollar n lxiltle, or tlx bottles for Ave
dollars. Ask your druggist for Uurang'a Itluu
matio Remedy mitnufai'tuivil by
Mr.i.l'lii..vi i iwr. x knti.ky.
, Washington, U.
in Chtgo. by Van Heha
go, by Van Hehaaek
nlevenson Reld, anil
il i.oru onuin
KAI. KBTATK AGENT.
JOHN Q. HARMAlf ft
JORTKYAHCMW, V0TAXIX1 PUBLIC
Land Agenta of tha Illlnola Cantral and
jsurungion ua Muincy h. it
Ifortk Cor. Sixth aad Ohio Leraa
The People's Bomody.
The Universal Pain Ext actor.
Note : Aak
Take no other
'Hear: for I wilt sveak of excellent thing!.'
Injur leu to Man or Ileosts,
NtrmlBN, Hpnlni, Contu
rrarlHrpn, Cuu, lacxn
Vfti or lncueii ivmimi.
iieeiuna; i.iiiik, or
Se Bleed, nml llleeil
Inv fium. nr T,fh
Plle - lllee-llng Piles,
It ndP lea. (Inf.llll.u i
Too Ilmr he, Karache.Neu-
raigia, bwt llcl rate.
tic S trelltnir nr Hnr,nM.
Ntlirii-ii or Soreness.
J.UII.INMTU. IJIIUI lUTJ
t ...... .. . .
tore Tliront or Onlntr.
I .. r , 1 1
Horror Inflamed Eyes or
Horr MliiilvM, Iiiflum,J
rnlnful or too Profuse
nilk I.ec, Ovarian I)i-
, mM anu lumors.
lltVMknv I liravei anu a Irui.irurv.
""""lUisllliK. ,nd fticbrla-
lion of Infnt,
Varlroatt Velna. En
larreo: or fnfl&niMl Wtti.
Uleer. Old Sorti, Inter
Roll. Carbuncles, Tu
mmnnwiT "ol nweuinxs.
IW liiKllALorii.iitnl Ilunloni, Lliat
etl ir hirp Ktt.
'haHfir,llarnexs or Sad-
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Stlngt, Cbaped Hands.
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an uruggisu, rnyticians, anu etery
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uruKKi.i s. -
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY
TIip nemorritlle Ntnle Tlrkf Klrrleil
wy n,i .TiMjoruy,
(1AI.VKSTON, Feb. lrt. The vote of this
city Is not yet counted. Thrco wanli and
two outside prccincli give ill ninjorltv lor
the comtltutloii. Qovcrnor Coke 1,017
tnajorlty; I.lcutrtiant (iovcrnor Hubbard,
1,870 majority. The entire Slafo ticket l
elected, In this district the Independ
ents have elected one senator; Democrats,
two repreicntatlvei. Tbc Indcpecdenti
elect a sheriff and dls'rlct and (oiintyjuilges
and nearly tlio entire locil tickets. At
Houston, cotuptcto returns give a Demo
cratic majority for Coke and Hubbard or
402; against the new conMllutlon, J,MS.
Hearne, Republican, carried tbc county
against lh cotiitltutlon. Chambers, ror
governor (Republican), :W7 tnajorlty. Mi
nor, lieutenant governor, 357. Itestor, Re
publican for senator, hai a net majority of
jih; majority against the constitution, 108.
Ten Interior precincts give the Democratic
ticket ror governor 7M majority. San An
tonio district Is conceded to tho Democrat.,
who will elect all except one district Judge.
Dallas district gives Coke 2CC majority; for
the constitution, 2.YJ. The outside precincts
all gave heavy tmjoritlcs for tlio state Dem
ocratic ticket. Several interior towns have
not yet lltiUhed their counts. It is con
ceded that the Democratic ticket is elected
by M.OOO majority.
(S Y.Comapondence of the Chlcairo Tribune)
What a pity that inoccnt children thould
be the victims ofio much prurient curiosity
arfMngout of a scandal for which they are
not in any who responsible. A few days
ago, walking along lledford avenue In
llrooklyn, I saw a bright little fellow nin-
nlng along the street followed by a troop of
children hallooing, "Ralph Tl'.ton, Where's
your rather?" The lint child was Ralph
Tllton, son of Theodore Tlltou. He Is ot
tending a kindergarten school on lledford
avenue, and was on bl way to his mother's
home. Mr. Tilton is living with her
mother, the former Mrs. Morse, on Madl'on
street, tieir NoMrand avenue, fchc bes her
two sons ltli her, and the father has chargo
of the daughters. Mrs. Morse pays the ex-
pent-e- of the Tilton boys' t-choollog, and if
s believed Theodore Tilton himself Is con
tributing largely to his wireV;;present up
port. She Is a regular attendant of Mr'
I)uryev. church on Clasoii avenue, mid
frequently appears on the .'reet. There is
a ail, weary, look on her face however.
which strictly comports with the palnrul
notoriety she has obtained before the public.
1'onfrdrnle War Itecorda.
The printing or the Confcdrate war record
Is rapidly going forward under the auniccs
of the secretary of war. All of the battle
reports of 1801, fo far as they ctmc Into the
po-essioii of tho government arc now in
pi Int. All letters received at tho Confeder
ate war department during 1S0I, arc abo In
print and fully indexed. Thc-e make a
olunicofovcr 1,000 page. The printers
are now at work upon the letters sent from
tho Confederate war departmedt diitliii'
1g1. Thcc will mike a volume of 500
pages, and ill bo ready to go to print in
about a .nonth. Tbo department is
now engaged In efforts to .learn whether
photograph! were taken at any of the Con
federato headquarters during thowat, and
to obtain posses, Ion of them for the pur
pose of adding them to the large and valu
able collection taken on the Union side,
and purchased last year by order or Con
gress. I ho secretary of war has also com
pleted arrangements with the Southern
Historical Society, by which he will have
full access to all the military records of the
Confederacy collected by that societv.
rhese are very full, and taken in connec
tion with the records captured by tlio
Union forces, will give a very complete
olllclal history ot nil military operations of
the Confederate army. Measures will be
taken by tho Secretary of war to copy all
olllclal military papers in the possession of
"ilors"SiiKi'itF.itii was Interviewed by
Chicago 'Tribune' reporter when he passed
through that city Sunday on his wjy to Sun
ran:Uco. Mr. SiiKPHKittt is n third-term-
1st by nature mid General Grant's warm
personal friend, with whom the president
takes sweet counsel." Ills utterances aro
therefore slgullitont, and upon the third
term Mr. Snii'ii:ni yealiled to tbo Inter-
lewer as follows:
"Did you fco the reported conversation
oflRKD Git a nt, in Washington, on the
third-term question, and his rather, choice
ol CONKMXG as the next president?"
"I did sir; hut you know that originated
with a Washington newspaper corrcipotd
cnt, and you know what they aro."
"Then you take no stock in tho yarn;"
"I can't say. that I do. I know that
RED. Ghant is u quiet, unassuming
oung man, and not likely to tell all ha
knows, 1 don't believe he mado nny such
"Then you think Grant is not n candi
date lor re-election?"
"1 know he is not. Tho old gentleman Is
sick and tired of politics. Ho lias had a
constant strain upon htm ror over thirteen
years, and a fearful responsibility, and ho
'Wouldjyoujfavor a tlilrd.teiinr "
"Look hero young mau, whero firms or In
dividuals hire persons to servo them by
(lie year when they do their duty well, Ihey
uro engaged nguin successively year after
year. This Is especially tbo caso with rail
roads and other great corporations. Now,
why bhould not that bo tho
caso witli tho president? Ho
has served the people two terras, and If
they feel like re-electing lilm, why should
"Rut what do you actually think of a third
"1 thlnk,.!r, It Is n humbug. It is a fpook '
which originated in the brain ol young Ren
tietl, and Is olthosatno rtatnp as Lis Cell
trnl-park wild animal Fcnsitlou. It has no
real foundation In fart; for, from what tho
president has alwnj told me, he would not
Ukethe ofliccojaln. even II tendered hire,
and he is tired of the circs of tho olllcc, and
wants to retire."
"Why la he o advene Ion third lenn!"
"Kccntiscamingctsllrcd or havicghl
public lire misrepresented to the public
dally through tho piper.1."
"Docs ho gel thlck-ifclrjticd? yen Know
how It Is yournc'i"
'"He does In a measure. Hut there is a
iatncne .about the abttte, und it grows
monotonous by dally rcpctltons, I tell
you what it Is, no man likes to bo const mtly
misrepresented through tho press."
Tin: Huge, draitie, griping, sickening
pills, constructed ot crude, coarse and
bulky Ingredients, aro fast, being super
seded by Dr. l'Jcrca's l'lewant Purgative
Pellols, or Sugar-Coated, Concentrated
Root and Herbal Juice, Antl-Illlllotis Gran-lllcs-tlio
"Little Cllant" Cathartic or Mul
turn in l'arvo phy-lc. Modern chemical
sclcnco enables Dr. l'lerce to extract from
thejulccsof the most valuablo roots and
herbs their active medicinal principles,
which, when worked inn little pellet! or
granules, scarcely larger than muslnrd
eed,rendcn;cach little pellet as active and
powerful as a largo pill, while they aro
much more palatable and plcaant in
Dr. Iiia A. Thayki:, of RaconobtiiL'.
Ohio, writes : "I regard your Pellets as tho
best remedy for the condition! for which
you prescribe them or an, thine I have ever
used, so mild and certain in effect, and
leaving the bowels In an excellent condit
ion. It seems to me thev mti.t ii.Lo ihn
place of all other cathartic vUts and nied.
I.YO.V .V Macomdeii, druggists, Vcr-
million, D. T., say: "We think they are
going to sell like hot cakes as soon as the
people get acquainted with them and will
spoil tho pill trade, ns those that have
ii-cd them like them much better than large
ANA H-TO ISTT " w '
county for Prank
Ijalle's Newimers and Magazines, the oldest
esluMMictl llliistrulrtl I'iiIoilir:ils In America
eliey an: now nrst offireil to canvassrrs, nbo
will, If they secure an agency unit cvcIii'Im- pr
rllory. I"' cnablc.1 to lutrolure seventeen find-
cliis IMiKtratcd Perlodlcrl', sultiil tons many
dl.tinct ta'teaor wants, ami, with the choice
from eight new and beautiful cliromos, glu-n
free of costs to each annual subscriber, be en
oLled tt sceure one or more sub-icrljitlnns in
very family in their illitrlct. To skillful cun-
Vnsrs this Mill secure jiermnncnt employment,
aud the nnewuls tuch car will be n source o
i dy and asutrcd rvvcmie. Specimen papers
and most liberal crmssent to nllapplfcuuts w ho
'name the territory tbey desire to canvass. Ad
dress, Agency Department, Prank Leslie s
PublMiIng lloiike, W7 I'earl Street, New York
HAnniMii-no, Ills,. .Ian, 15. Io70.
WE ore now mining a very superior article
Ol COBl free frnm nil ltimti.ll.-
niluptcd for grates aud household use generally.
which we will dclhcr in Culm, on the Cairo mid
Mncennes truck bv tlmrnr lnmi nf.-jm IhicIjiU
at nine () cents jwr tm.hel, or two dollars and
incuij-ure cents ij )ierton.
We also have a very siierlor article of Xut
Coal which we will deliver on track at sixteen
(I JO dollars ir car bushels. Parties not
wishing a car loud will call tion V. M. Wnrd on
Eighth street, ln-tween Commercial and Wash
Ingtnn avenues, am! lie supplli-tl ut rcusonuble
trcnis. Mr. Wind will nisi, deliver this coal to
am-purtoftliecltyutl 60 pcrcar loud, mak
this coal cost about .' M per ton. All the coal
used by the C.nnd V. R. ft. Is supplied from
our mines, imd It bus no superior In tliemuilct.
jiuun-ss uu oniers lur coul o
f. Wnrd. Vn . . find Iamiii. nml will tip
R. SMYTH 8c CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealtra ia
Foreign and .'Domestic
WINEft OF AM- KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKSSltr. SMYTH ft CO. have constantly
a large stock or the best goods In the mar
ket, and give especial attentiou to the holsale
ranrii m uie uusineaa.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Batiraan Washington wA Oomntorclal
Avtnust, adjoining laanny'a.
KKKP8 for aala the beat Deer, Pork, Mutton
. Veal, Iamb, Sausage, An., and la pre
tnvad tr aarre attnlllca u an acoenuililo lusnuir
1 1 COAL I
jBjna. aajxa pja slPBjSbsJsSJJsSJK s pji.
Hie Gamble Wagon
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Near Thirth-Fourth Streat
SIXTH STHEET. Botwcon OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufacture! his own Horao Shoea and
can Aasure Qood Work.
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
OrdorB for Coal bv tho oar-load.
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
srompiiy uuonaca io.
tSTTo larso oonsumors and all
3tanufacturors, wo aro prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform ratos.
CAIK0 CITY COAL COMPANY.
tJ-IIulllday Rro.'s olllce, No. 70 Ohlol.evee,
gr-Hoiriduy Hro.'a wharrboat,
CT"At Egyptlun Mills, or
ErAt the Coul Dump, foot orTnuty-Elght
CfPost Offlce Drawer, 300.
I,. D, Akin, Cairo. II. IC. Akin Chicago
Zi. D. Akin eft Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc
105 Commercial Avenue, - - - CAIRO, ILLS.
tt-lhose favoring us Willi tiuir patronage
1'ilf ilnd n cniiililelu line of foods from Which to
ivlect, at bottom prices. lo-lt-wly.
lrGreat Mediol Book
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two stumps. Address,
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ure the best cunts ever made and every young
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fir them und have fun with the irirs I The little
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