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A Stisiuika, Cairo, It l.lillllnKslcy.VI Nulls
I Milder, alio II. Wells, fair?,,' . ,
. t' II llrhikiimn t Unlit, 1
HHIlhiHr' ItiiMlieN Done
ft-Kxthsnirc sold ami Imiii.I.i lt.,. .i i.-i.i
n the havings Department, . Ciilln-iluiw made,
and nllii'i.ii(-riwpilymMi,i it in. , , j
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
TV 1' HAIXIDAY. Piealdenl.
1II:NUV I.. IIAIXIDA V, VlcePrcsl
A II HAFIOIID. Cashier
WAI.TKK U VrtLOP, Ans'l Cashier
t. STASIS TATLOR, It. II CrXHItHIIAM.
II. I., lULMUAY, W. 1. H ILtUAV,
't. I). WiLLiAMion, HTirrniK mo, "
A, M. SArroka
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'Exchango, Coin bub United StatM
jjoiicis nougktana sola.
KPOMTS iwinl r.ml a KentTal banking
01IA11TEREO MAHOH 21, Hti
Cl'VY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A II HAKFOUD. PnUh-iit,
M M TAYLOR. Vile Prv.llrnt.
W IIYH1.0P. Sec'vandln-aautrr
V W IlAMXAT, LlUS (IaLIOIHK,
' M brocarLKin, I'aixU Pencil,
It. II ClSMNUIIAU. II I. IIalliuat,
J M I'JIII.UI..
IN IKIlKhT wlit on dcmalu tt the rnt of a
percent lr annum, Mtrrli l.t all 'I ).t-ln
Mt 1st InUmt nut withdrawn 1 addisl lunne
liately to the principal of tlir depo.lt. thereby
ilvlnjc Hit in compound Interest.
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Monoy and no ono
clso can draw it.
Open eirry biuliiratriay fromfti m. to 3 p.m.
- ifaturdar (renin tor aavliir. dtisMlts oulr
mm B to 3 o'clwU
W. KYgl.O. Trenail rrr.
WUOI.KHALK AND KKl'Alf.,
IN THE CITY.
Goods Hold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. nd CoruunroUt At,.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
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The Gamble Wagon
MANUKA CTUItKO ItT
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
IH BEIT and CHEAPEST WJ'JON VAN
JMA1SUPACT0RY, OH"IO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Stroot
BIXTH STREET. Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures his own Boras Shoes and
can Assure Oood Work.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
or . o. xiuoiMi
BINDER AND. BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Pulldlns. Oor. Twilfth Street
tfcmutr n'l Itallrou.lWcrk; liwlaltr
& 'it M ' r' U
Isj&WjHl U w?a - W
otfQ&A. ; xJl 9i
" 1 PlIVNiriANN.
ylUJAM K. SafWH, M.D. 3
UKXIttK.VCK: No 'il Tl.lrtfft.th ulrl I.
Iwifii WanlilnKtun uwiiu-and ylniit alrwl,,
uni,r.,'.iurm Bunt cm KifcTini airm !
twiwi ComnK-rclal ami Wmlilnnton avrmif.
ItKMIIIK.SX'Ki Ojiurr Ninth ami Wl
OKriCK! Corner 8lxthrtrtt uJ Ohio Uvt.
prriCK HOC Hi' rrcrni.m'',i-hni.Jaid
Am 9 Ia ft ,."
roHK k. xuurjtY, t t.
, Attprncj at Imw.
OFKJCKi Atrrillnce on Moth fltrtrt, U
twatnWajihlnton uthwh anH Walnut St;
JB. B. II. GAMUTS, .,
fiprn avi i t.'i siin vci-. i ii.ii, sir.-.
lielnrffii Wtilti((lon ami (.ijnin.rrclal Arcnuc.
tr CAtltO, ii.r.s.
'.. , RKAt. K9TATC AKNT. 'y
JOHK a HARMAN ft CO.
JOXVKYANCXU. MOTAItlX riBUQ
unuapnii or ina Aiiwoia ventral ana
aroriinmon anu uuuoy Jt. K.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lvee,
R. SMYTH 6c CO.,
Wliolriuli ami lUUll lralra In
ForoiKn and Domestio
INFW OF All KIXDN,
No. SO Ohio Levet,
MKSSUS. Mni A CO. na toaaUnUy
a large itock tit. tbe best sl Ui Uie mar
ktt, ainl sivuiicUl attniUon tolha wbotaaaW
rancliof the tuilui ka.
. . u v,
r a A W Sa SAW m SBW a r
Slat : Roofer,
RooQng and Guttering a Speoii rtty
Slato Roofiing aMpecialiy ia
any part of Southern .
Lightning Rods, Fumpn,? Stovoa
Jobblaa Proaaytlr Done.
'''t. t 1 -J . .A j -AJl-l '.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
la tlin Urauil Old
LINIMENT, Whicli has stood tbo test of 40
Tboro is no soro it will not Hoal,
no Lamonoss it will not Curo.no
Aoho, no Fain, that Afflicts tbo Hu
man body, or tbo body of a Horao
or other Domestio animal, that
does not yiold to its magio touch.
A bottlo costing 25c, fiOo. or 81
has often Baved tbo lifo of a Human
Being, and Reatorod to Lifo and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
Dealer m Fresh Meats
Between Washtnartoa ud Oommerctal
Avenues, adjoining 3ffannyfs.
KEEPS for (Alt ths beat Bf, l'ork. Mutton
Wal,Inil. Hiuaase, o.. ant U pre
prjail U itvh famlllfw In an mwutalilw niannor
U.K. AhiN Clilrajfo
L. D. Alcia eft Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
tWhips, Collars; Etc.
lOSCoauuKiaiArtnus, . . . CAIRO, I IAS,
OT1Iom : favorinK n with their putronanc
Si... "I f w,nPlt Diiei.f kochIi irom nhlch t
tafK' tfLM l I !
OM.C. Sviltaitltt avxllClnar. Csratr Twalftla. Stzt and
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1876.
THE ILAINC DISCLOSURE.
Mr. Rarriaoat Will Not Talk Ex
cept to ttao Committee,
( No article Hblch list appeared la tbc
pres of tills city for msiillm ercatcil ttic ex
clterucnt In political amloclal circle which
was caused jcitcrday wlim tlio editorial
article chnrKlDB llulnc with a f(H,WX) fraud
was slrcttlated through the columns of tbo
Btntincl. The government henchmen met
on'theitrect-corncm and mulled audibly,
Kbaklng handi acrosn the bloody vhaniii and
congratulatlug ibemwiyes that the pro-
nrm tan iur ruiiina; aiuuiuvr vmuih-
ilato whoie ahadowi waa falling acrosi
JIortonM path, out of the way by a rigid
examination. The poit-ofllce cll'ju upec-
lilly tliowcd tbe rejoicing In tfaolr lacev
and It wa of a kind that teemed to ay:
"it works 2 we expected." The fact
turned out :o be, as developed later In the
day, that the damaging dlnclosurct against
Iilalni; had been kept under lock and key
la the Morton aracnalfor months, and that
hii henchmtn were quietly waiting their
time to rprlng tbe indictment against the
ompctltor. Alio.it seems that a (lorern
mtnt caucus on thit rery matter was held
In the potUillirc building several weeks
ago at whl'h the ijurstlon wai llcueil at
treat length, and the time ret lor opening
batteries for May 1. The revelations made
ye.'terday by the Sentinel were somewhat
rinaturo la the eyes ol the ring, but that
llltle disturbance wss soon forgotten. The
bill had been started, and In uch n tbape
that It would havs to roll till It reached the
cspltol, and started a Congrclonal Inves
tigation o' the ex.speaker. The ueit!on
all hangs on the accuracy ot tbe charge"
and the poMlhtllty of proving them beyond
a doubt. In order to find out how this
mutter stood, a Sentinel reporter called
upon Mr. John C. S. Harrison, the gentle
man who had command of the facts, and
had kept them so sacrudly for four years,
till they would bo of benefit to Senator
Morton. Mr. Harrison was found In hi
element, another word for his tank, a
smile of grim satisfaction on bis fare, and a
fragrant weed In bis mouth. lie seemad to
take thing easily when the Mlbject was
broached and showed a disposition to ac-
ccpt the position to which he barf-Usn
"Mr. IIainon," said the reporter, "you
have no doubt been bored to death to-day
by Intenlewefs about this buslneV'
"Wo, no," he replied. "1 have simply
refused one and all of them any extended
statement about the mattei, for I think it
the best policy on my part to hold tire till
llieriiui'Uitc Mia for my testimony. II
they order me to speak, I am ready, and
"halfccrtalnly tell all I know."
"Well, Mr, the charges madeamjtitt now
of national Interest and importance, ami the
people would be glad to know that In gen.
cral, if not In alt-tall, on HihMantlato
'I don't want any newspaper notoriety,"
be blandly replied.
"Hut about tho datri glen-niiin any
change he made In thcmV
"No," heVjulckly answered; and then
teeing he had, perhaps, committee himieir
he said, "it was a llrst-clas guess."
. "You have been one of the (loyernment
directors of the road for some time. Mr.
yYe, for six years."
"How inany are there V
''FUe'f ami three then serving arc still on
the board ; Mr. Wllob, ol Iowa, Mr. Mal
lard and myself."
"It wa not Mr. Wilson that urged you to
withdraw that resolution about tbe
"Oh, no, no, It was Holllna, the secretary,"
and then ho remarked, conttdonllally: "He
came tome and said it would never do to
press that Investigation. Kasy enough to
show tint when tbe time comes, though,
I'd rather not go Into details at present."
"Well, Illalne certainly must have had
some eonncctlou with the l'aclllo road in
some legal capacity Y"
"Xotabit of it. He never was em
ployed that I know of, and 1 would have
some knowledge of It if ho had been. Ho
was speaker ol the House at that time
Ol course you know nothing of his sc
vices to the roatU"
"I can't say that I do, hut I feel con
vlnced tbe money went Into his pockets."
Several frantic efforts were made to In
duce the gentleman to go Into some details,
but without effect. He blandly declined
the honor of placing hlinscir on record
any whero but before the committee. He
felt that Itolllns would not dare to repudi
ate his story shout tho resolution. He
stated that thlt matter bad been known In
some circles far many months. As for him
self, bo has been confessedly in charge, of
an administration ol fraud for four years,
and yet has held his tongue. This fact will
be counted. against him by all lovers of
honesty hi the administration of great
frusts, hut when tho sil'aira was llrst known
the relations between Morton and Illaluo
were decidedly dlil'crent, and tbo time has
at length arrived for Mr. Harrison's con
science to come to tho surface.
Plant Potatoos Early.
The experience of farmers everywhere
Is, that tho best rrops of potatoes am pro
duced by planting early, oral soon as I ho
land cau be got In good condition. Jt Is
had policy to plow land when wet; and
When tho season Is fold and rainy, it Is bel
ter to wait for good wether to put In any
crop; but p'aut your potatoes as soon as
you can safely. An excellent way to man
age, M) as to have but little work In culti
vating tho crop, is to plant cither in drills
or hlllls, and cover the seed with ii plow,
forming a ridge ovor each row; and when
thepotatoehavo been nfh jround front
tirtsen to fwenty days they will have grown
up several Indies In (he ground. Thin
take a barrow, (urn It ocr with tbe leeib
up, put upon It a large Jslono or two In
front, lengthen your trace chains as tnurh
as you can, and go over the ground ajro
the rldgc, till the land Is perfectly smooth.
If some of tbe potato prouts sre uncovered
no harm will ho done, The weeds will all
bo destroyed, and your potatoes will come
HP and grow rapidly, and generally will
require on other cultivation, but with a
horse boo or cultivstor, tl'lng a mould
board cultivator, or a plow, to turn up the
earth a few Inchoa hlgn around the vines to
finish up the cultivation for tho season,
Mr. Weber'a lttr.
This somewhat humorous letter is
written by Mr. J. T. Wcbcr, it leading
(IrugcUt of Hpringllcld, Mass.:
Messrs. Scabury & Johnson.
Gentlemen There Is a funny lit
tle old man hero who used to hobble
about on crutches, utterinir had words
ngaliiet the doctors because tliey could
not cure his rheumatism ; ho tried and
has slnco become a walking advertise
ment for Ucnsou's t apclne rorotts
Plaster, and he walks without his
crutches, too. The plaster U without
doubt, an article long nceuca, anu n
a great improvement on tne oniiuary
porous plaster. Yours, Ac.,
I. T. WniKit.
llenson's Capcinc Piaster Is a truly re
markablc article. It Is recommended by
physicians everywhere, because of Its
a-at superiority over other plasters and
niments. Rubber possesses? healing
and curative properties that can be fuuud
hi no other natural product. Capclno is
now recognized at the best external
stimulant and pain reliever. It relieves
pal n immediately and 'julckcns the ac
tion ol the plaster. Benson's Ciipclnc
riaster cures rheumatism, lnnie and
weak back, kidney and spinal aflections,
shooting pains lu the sides and back, re
laxation of the abdominal belt, and like
troubles. Wbr suffer with these Ills
when a Benson's CapclnePlnstcr, costing
only 23 cents, will relieve and cure you.
Sold by druggists everywhere. Seabury
A-Johnson, pharmaceutical chemists, N.
- . . . 1 c ... . .. .
i general ngcnis. i-u-siivw-iiu.
II aoas's Mao.sot.iA Balm preserves and
restores the complexion ; removes freck
les, tan nnd sallow-new ; makes the skin
soft, white and delicate. Its application
cannot be detected. WO-d&wly.
Lyon's ICatiiaiko.v makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 years. Is rliarmlngly perfumed,
and has no rival. IMO-d&wly
THE BEST 4 CHTAl'KST
At the Bulletin OlUre.
Cross and sickly children an
be mad healthy and strong; by renilatlcg their
stomachs and bowels wltb Caitoria. It Is more
effective than Castor Oil and Is as pleasant to
take as honey. For Wind Colic, hour Stomach,
Worms and Costlvtness. there Is nothlnr In ex
istence equal to Caitorta ,
Why will you suffer fromHh,u
madam, .Siiralns, Stiff. lolnti, Swellings, Hum,
Scalds or Weak Jlaek, when Ihe Centaur Lini
ment aftonls rertain relief. .Many artldeo sooth
pain to a c.-rUIn extent, but Centaur Mniment
eures. The White l.lnlnifiil is for the human
family, the bellow I.lnlmtnt ia for liorfes and
'Hie IU-t uint Cheat!,
At the Hl.'I.I.KTIN OOice, Calm, Ills
The llLtLkri.s printing
establishment luakes a
sieclalty of Hill lleivds,
Note I If a.ls. tter Hindi,
Statements, Cards, Etc JOukat these prices;
Small sire bill heads, ier U ii....- aa (O
Medium site bill heads, per Uiousaml 3 7.'.
All on fourteen pound paper, Carlisle mills,
rated two cents per pound higher than paper
uted by any other office-ruled to order at the
mills especially for this office
Statements, Carlysle, per low a.1 1)
letter Heads, Carlysle, per limo . 4 Ut
Note Heads, Carlyale, per tow . ,i ixi
Vlsltlngcanls per package ;jc
Iiuslnea canls, No. 1 a-py llrlstol boanl,
per 1000 ..."-. 2 i to 4 Co
Business cards, No 1 blank, ier luoo s oo
guarter-sheet, half-sheet, lull-sheet anJ three
sheet posters, ami colored work below St 1juU
famphlet, book Work and Price Lists mad
rpiie "Wekly Unllelln,"
l.S jieryer, postage prepaid, to any address.
BEST AND CHEAPEST
Paper published In Southern Illinois.
IlAiuusiiLitd, ills,, Jan, 15, 18TC,
"A"E are now mining a very superior article
VV ot coal free from all Impurities, especinllr
odiiptcil for irrates and household use frenerally.
which we will deliver In Cairo, on the Culro niiil
Vlncennes track br the car load of.soo bushels
at nine (u) cents er bushel, or two dollars ami
tweuty-dve cents (2 ti) r ton.
Vo also have a very superior article of Nm
Coal which we will deliver on track attweutr
(tfj) dollars ir oar usj bnshcla. Parties nu
wishing a car load will coll upon r'. M. Ward on
Eighth street, between O.nmif rcial and Wash
ington avenues, and be supplied id reasonable
trema. Mr. Ward will also delher this cnalti.
any part of the city at SI W) per car load, niak
this coal costabotit ti K per ton. All theeual
useil hv thu U.and V. It. It. is supplied from,
our mines, and It has no superior In thu market.
Address all orders for coal to
Kf r'. M. Ward, Esi., has teams nnd will ,T
V er this coal al 5 w per car. l-'J'Mltl'.
Jl!-.. Of Every IMcilpiiou
At Hie DUI.I.KTIN Onlre, t'ui o. Urs.
C. N. HUGHES,
Ovsr Hathssi tJhVi.
NO.VK but rirst-Ctaas Companies repre
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Vatieaal Baak Building, np-stairs.
The Oldest EaUbUahed Agency in South
rn Illlnola, representing ovor
165 000 000
Vw'ad'a T11K HEsTond CHEAPEST.
f fiflUDjAUhe lll'LLEIIJ Olllce, Cairo, Illinois.
K, J. Ay res. S. I. Ayrea
AYRES to CO.1
No Si) Ohio I-evr.
BOX and BASKET OO
All kinds bard and son,)
FLOORING, BIDING, LATH, &c
Mill and Yard,
JJoraor Thirty-Fourth Street and
STRATTON & BIRD,
AQKNTS ATiEKICAN POWDER 00
57 Ohio Iievee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
PKCIAX attentloi given to consignments an 1
I'AINT AND OII.N.
Blake cSs Go.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Fapor, Window Glass, Win
aow Shades, &o.
Always on hand, the celebrated lllumlnatln
Corner Eleventh Btrent n:.d WnaUluar
No. :U4N. lltb Street, St. Louis,
Mm. E. A, I. UT, M, ft, (In iliarire).
Ample nccouunoiUtioiis mid Ireatment. Only
JeKit tor certain vtry vlunbleSieclllcs, I'miiipt
cure of Piles, Itheuniatismund Nitvous dlsrasr
giiiiiunteed, Itiiics mndcrutr, For circular,
icud stamp. .l-'ri-O.twIiii
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Pianos and Organs
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
HALLET, DAVIS 6. CO.'S
Of World wido Reputation.
Acknowledged by all good Musician to be ths
best Piano now made.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wo havo sold over 400 during
twelve years past, bei-outlng more ami more
popular every day.
SMITH'S AMERICA ORGAN,
Hplendld tone, Power and UuraUUty.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very fine. Instrument, adapted to Instru
mental as well as vocal music.
AM. THK ABOVK AltE OFFERED ON
Easy Monthly Payments, at low tlgures
regardless of l.lst Prices.
lu pelt variety, including all the new
tud popular.mtlslc ot the day.
Orders ltom the Country
promptly Oiled and sent
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS.'
FKKNCil IIAItl'S, KTC, KTC.
Band Instrumonts of all Kinds
PurrJsbod to Order.
BtaiNOS FOR VIOLINB, 0UITAU8, ETC
Of the Host Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all icrades for Piano or Voice.
K3TKvery description of Musical Mer
chandise furnished to order, promptly and
at prices lower than ever otferod before.
fiENCY ALSO OK
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send lor Illustrated Catalogue and Price
i.isi oi uiose iieaiiiitui groupes.
All floods Warranted as Rsprsin'ad
ROBBINS MUSIC BAZAP.
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
Ordorfl for Coal by tho oar-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
aromptlv attendod to.
tSTlo largo consumors and all
manufacturers, we are preparod
to supply any quantity, by the
month or yoar, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
KTMlalltday Hro.'a office, No. 70 Ohio Levee,
cf-llairiday Hro.'a wharfboat,
Ef-At Kgyplian Mills, or
fcf-At thi-roal liiiir.p, foot of Tbllty-Kight
CJ-Post Office Drawer, .mil,
TOR FARMS !
No Belts or Bellows.
WIT.I. WELD a-INOII IRON.
lust "hii t U wauled. Fend a-cent tiaiiip
elreillsr lu K.MPIItl! POUTAIU.K KOItUK 0.
.LMOY, N, V a-'tf
The People's Remedy.
Tho Universal Pain Est aotof.
Note: Ask for Paai'e Kt..
Take bo oQier.
"llenr for I will speak of excellent ttalags,'
liaj arlrns to U an or Ileasts,
Ntralna, Hpralns, Contn-
rractnre's, cms, Lacrra-
Hlliaia MR(S, or
Xoae BIrod, and lileed-
i tna Onms or Teeth.
! Vornltlaarar Bloosl aad
Pllea niewtlng niea,
llllnd Pile, (infallible.)'
laiKia, oweuea rate.
tlcSwelling or Soreness,
HlltrnsMM or Soreness.
Lumbaa-o. lame Hack.
imar Tkrvnt or Qalnsy,
sjuajwaest . vawSSS
rrT Inflamed Errs or
Mure Slnplea, inflamsJ
I firnut. '
Pnlnnil or too Profuse
Milk Lrr, Ovarian DIs-
M and Tumnra.
0 ravel and Straiiirury,
Clmnnaa and Kxooria-
(tons or intanu, or
Vnrlroae Velua, En
larged or inflamed VelnA.
Vleera. Old Sores, Inter
Boll. Carbuncles, Tu
mors, Hot Swelliuaa,
Corua and Btlntons, UuU-
cuor nore reel.
'haflna,Hanies or 8ad
I die (Jails.
Felon or Whitlow, Frost
ed Mmbs or Parts.
Sfoaqullo Bltea, Insect
snugs, i; happen tianas.
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C'lnaa frnara;lf and recomraeaded by
all Drufrglstii, Physicians, and every
body who tiaa ever used It.
Pamphlet containing History and Uses mail
ed free on application , If not found at your
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