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J OHM H. MX7UUCY,
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE t Atresidenoe on Ninth Street, I .
twmWwhluioi avenue aud W alnut m
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY. AUGUST 18, 1870.
At the Ttm.UTi omoe. Cairo, Illinois
COLIE AND mm
Fresh, Pure and Natural, an furni"hcd by Old Mother Earth "FOR
THE lTEALINO OF THE NATIONS." Obtained Direct
from their Bourcos and Kept on Ico by
SIGN OF THE
BETDESDA HIIIEM WER
Of Waukesha, Wisconsin,
(Malm to lie a specific in all cases of Itiabetcs, Inclination ol tlic kidneys, tnflamation
nf the Neck ol the Ulu l.ttr ami L'retbev Inllaiuati'iu of the Itla.Mt r, Iro( -y, Uonty
.swellings, (Stoppage of I nne, Albuminuria, I'.opy or Cloudy L rlne, llrick l'ust le
i.oit; Thick, Morbid, ltillom ami lurk Appcarinc I'rine. with Bone Dust Inposit ;
Hurtling hi'Dxitinu with Miiirii Pains w In n voi dinir I rinc; lleuinrraue of the Kidneys,
1'nln in the Kidneys ami Lton, Turpi. I I.ivtr, Indigestion, Cul'tilui, an J Kcumle
There I. no remedial indent known to 111.111 tht can cure the foregoing descascs an
effectually a lielhesda Water. Thin fact lis been I in-n -1 1 atcd bi-rcver the w ati-r
ha lii-cn uel according to directions: which ran In hail as tin: Oeneral AiriitV by ap
plication to them. The water in sweet ami pl-ant to the taste. It can lie drank at all
hour. Why should any one sutler wh'Je tin water i- 4j l: i jy obtained i
XJT II AWI.KV UK.VrH.ol :) liroailway, Xew York, gives the following lit
of recent cures within li it practice :
Continuation of cure, t.y IlKTHKMiA M'lllMt WATKK, afier the patients have been
pronounced li)-yoinl relief tliontjh they arc not a tithe Of those daily received :
SAC CHAItlSK IHAHKI KS l:-v. I hums- Penrose. Sea ( litran.t Brooklyn : Morris
Vrown, I'eiin Van; Major Hurt, Mr. I'. iiln r, Mr, (iuion, Klnderhook ; Mr. Saunders,
ItKKiUT'S IdsKASK-.?. S. OouM. Ilud-on : Mr-. .Iinl.-e Van Cott, t aid. Moriran,
Mr. Uarnes, Mount Vernon : V. W. di rur, Mnj .in' ; Mr Alderman, Air-. JIall, Mm.
il ox. New York ; lr. i. W, Ileal. Mr. Iteniig. Mr. Hero, Mr. .lames, HrookUn.
I ' Ij ' K It ATI IN UK III V. liLAHI'KK - K. Colfax, HufTslo: T. . I. Cox, New York.
What iirkTcon-Oi ncra; W'olrott an. I other prominent Medical Men say about the
Mll.w tt'kKK.;iainnry 1, luT.S.
I am tratilifj to lin l that the opiniou iivin ly inc. ovrr two yearn a'o, on the
in-.lii.iii.il propertien of the Itetbe la Water, ha- heen fully "il'tauicd and conliriiied by
it- use. in a va-i number ami variety of cs-a., h ui inir the urinary or7aii4. In many
nay in most of cm h ra-ea, I ilo not hitate to t. ly that it i- va-tlv superior to any
other remedy known to the proltv-ion. K. It. WiL 'Oi l'. M. I.
We f 11 II v concur in the above : O. I. Wol. olt. M. I; .1. K. tjirner, M. I., IMabete;
il. elowkl, M. I ; .1. M. Allen. M. 1.
lllttc I.-k Vtrr, in its lUf raiulic aju.ru, it iMrktcJ a T)hi', Iliurt-tK, AUrralive and Aperient,
piiiif(n(T anl -nr tthing t Ihok. anil tiiuut.itifi rvrry accrrtiDK i-am o Um - mys
lit ltrrt IVtrr. ttic (tilin,(uht ani,!yt,M
hiin an-i iulj'har witi r arr juile frcjueul, com par at tvry , in iur Mue lirnrtt itraU; hi it araongs
a'l ihr tiritik ol I hit nature, known at prrv nt , on ihi f rmiion, in Kt Mucky . Nunc are tu va luaLtlc nt
tmrirkAble, in many r?(rt-.li, as that: of the 1im rr liiue J ji k .
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
The water of the Kvccl-ior Kprir'.' i- in alu ible, removing and preventing, i y i t
apem nl and alterative elle- t-. the iin ipunt form, of diea-e.
It is highly reeomineodi'd by the ni.j-t eminent phr-iciaii-, an.l i- ued with treat
inii r-in the treat nient of ljnpep-in. Constipation of the How els, Atleetioiis ol the
Liver and Kiilnev., I'i .-r-, Si roloU, iitviii oils 1 Uea-eii, Kto. It 14 u'-o an excellent
romedy tor the Headache, and a plea-ant and healthful beverage.
M.'nril wtr fir.',irntly rrvnt rnedl. inal virtues, in ihtir u.e, ulnch cannot 1-? arcoiinn-1 o llis
Jr. elliri of the itirnlirrilt whirh are shown Ly .u.ulj ms.
All of the above Waters for sule on draught in Bo tiles, by the Oallou in
Javs or KeKS, or by the Barrel by
BARCLAY BROS., Druggists,
AT THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
GILES, BRO. & CO.
NOS. 266 t 268 WABASH AVE.. CHICAGO.
WK AUK SPKC1AL AGENTS I OK
ANI HAVE A IT'LL STOCK OF
ASI AN KMtLESS
lulien" Fine(;ohl Watclivs,
e.oi'i iperi i iimiiu,
Uold Neck Chains,
Silver Vest t haius,
llint. r liiohcs,
Uuld Tooth ricks,
Uold Walrh Keys,
Coral Sets and iiint-'s,
ltrnne ( iinameiils,
Offlco and Parlor Clocks of every Description. Watch Materi
als and Tools for Jewelers.
Jf-Kvery one viaituiK CHICAGO should C4ill at our establish
The Chea,est J'rices is our Mot
SOCIETY, OP NE YORK.
On the Savings Bank Plan for Your Own Benefit;
Or LIFE or ENDOWMENT FOB YOURSELF AND FAMILY.
LARGE DIVIDENDS PAID EVERY YEAR !
SURPLUS, $ 4,515,012 42.
ASSETS, $29,039 087 70.
E. A. BURNETT, Agt.
and Retail I
( up. and Cjohlets.
Silver I himlilrs,
t'liera i;huses, Ac
mi nt and examine our (oods
Harper' Magazine for Sept.
The Japanese are a mixed race, formed
mainly by the amalgamation of two dis
tinct utocka ; one of which, ntylcd by Mr.
f lriffls the Vamato, from n provinec of
that name in Central Hondo, came appar
ently from the aotith. and long before the
christian era were in possession ot the
southern Islands, from which they net out
for the conquest of Hondo, which, with
Yczo, was peopled by a race contempt
uously styled e'im, or "barbarians,' who
had descended Irom the northeast
of Asia, and arc identified with
the Ainos, a remnant of whom are
(till found unmixed in Yezo, and arc
occasionally to be met within the capi
tal. Mr. t'riftls jrives a characteristic
portrait of one ol these. The complexion
is a dark brown ; the eyes not set ob
liquely; the nose low, with rounded
lobes ; the mouth large ; the hair blak
and abundant, clipped short In front,
but falling in abundant mas-eg over the
back and shoulders ; the lcard and mus
taches unusually long and thick. They
are emphatically a hairy race, the entire
body of the males being sometimes cov
ered with a fell of hair an inch long.
The Ainos are the stock upon which the
oilier races have been grafted, and whose
language forms the basis of the ,Iapa
nesc of to-day, compelling the numerous
words which have been adopted from the
Chinese to conform to its own laws
ot construction, somewhat as the
Saxoti masters the Latin element of
the Kngli-h language. " The Japanese
vocabulary,"' says Dr. Hepburn, "has
been greatly enlarged and .enriched by
the introduction of Chinese words, all
taken Irom the written language, mid
not from the ollunuial, which has never
been srioken in Japan. So extensively
have thc.c words been introduced that
fur almost every native word the Japan
ese have an equivalent Chinese word.
But in common usage the names ol things
family relationships, and the words
which express the wants, feeling:, and
concerns of every-day lite, are lor the
most part native words, while the tech
nical, philosophical, and scientific terms
The distinctive tyH.-s of the two races
arc still apparent among the Japanese.
In the upper class we sec the line, long.
oval face, with prominent, well-chiseled
features, deejily sunk eye-sockets, oblique
eyes, long drooping lids, elevated and
arched eyebrows, high narrow forehead,
round none, bud-like mouth, and pointed
chin ; contrasting strongly with the
round, llattened fare, less oblique eyes
almost level w ilh the cheeks, and straight
noses, expanded and turned up at the
root-, which prevail among the agricul
tural and laboring classes.
l.leelrlo l.iclit for lllumlunlioii nt
Harper's Weekly lor September.
The stcamhip Amerique, of the Gen
eral Trans-Atlantic steam-sliio comnanv.
has been provided with a new elect rie
light for the purpose of illumination at
sea. The apparatus used is one of M.
Gramme's electro-magnetic machine" de
signed lor illuminating purposes. The
propelling iover is a small but powerful
engine. The lamp consist ot two pointed
coke iencils. four or live Inches In
length and one-half inch square, kept
at the proper distance Irom each
other by a clock-woik arrangement, and
which will last some four hours. The
light, it is atlirmed, is visible at sea at a
distance of fifteen miles, and lights the
ship so perfectly that all the details of
her equipment and rigging can be plain
ly eeu at a distance of over a mile. The
especial design of the lamp is to afford
light lor working the ship. The Ameri
que is the first vessel that has been equip
ped with the light, and the system is said
to work with the greatest satisfaction.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slato Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stoves
Jobbing; Promptly Don.
ILLS. NOKMAL UNIVERSITY
orinnl. Mrl.mii, Co., Ills.,
Km the preparation of teachers. Exclusively
1 rotessional instruction forlhone who are irc
imnil tor It. Tuition trrm. Next term Ixiciua
Seitenilier 4th, JSTii. 8uierior academic instruc
tion at low rates, iu the Model department.
AdiipU'd to any trade, from the younxest pupils
to tlioi-e titling- tor the Ik-.I colleges. Scud lor
catalogue, or address,
, , EUWIN C. H EW'ETT. I'rvs't.
Aiik'. CiUh Iiu Normal. 111.
Fudi-h Brussels. Three l'ly and Injrrain,
also, stair Carpet-, Velvet Bug, Crumb
Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., very cheap
at the Old Place
112 FULTON ST., NEW YORK.
Carpets carelully packed and sent taany
part of the foiled State lieoottharge.
IT-SEND: FOR PRICE LIST."
7-4 ly. J. A. BENDALL.
FORTY YF.AR4 Ht TORE THE PrHLtO.
DR. C. MLANE'S
C KLKI1RATE I)
roa Tin ti aa of
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
hVM l I'SIA AMI SICK HF.AIMUIE.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
1)AI in the right side, under the
edge of the rils, increases on pres
sure ; sometimes the tain is in the left
side j the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-Made, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatism in the arm.
The stomach is affected with loss of
apjietitc and sickness; the bowels in
general are costive, sometimes alter
native with lax : the head is troubled
with pain, accompnnied with a dull,
heavy sensation in the back part.
There isgencrally a conside rable loss
of niemory.acxompanied with a pain
ful sensation of having left undone
some-tiling which ought to have been
lone. A slight, dry e otigh is some
times an attendant. The patient
complains of weariness and debility ;
he is easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and he complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin; his
spirits arc low; and although he is
satisfied that exercise would be bene
fit ial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above Fymp
toms attend the di.-,ease, but cases
have occurred where few of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, lnis shown the liver to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FLYER.
Dr. C. M'.'L.wi.'s Liver Fills,
in c.v-es ok Am k amj Fe er, when
taken with Quinine, are productive
of the most luppy remits. No better
cathartic can lie ti ed, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. We
would advise all who are afflicted
with thi. d;sc.ise to give them A
I AIR TRIAL.
For all Filiuus derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
tqualcd. BKWAHK OP IMITATIONS.
The genuine Dr. C. M. Lane's
Liver Fills are never sugar coated.
1-1 very box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
MVLane's Liver Pills.
The genuine MM .axe's Liver
Fills lear the signatures ol" C.
MVLaxe and Fleming Fros. on the
trv" Insist on your druggist or
storekeeier giving ou the genuine
Dr. C. MVLane's Liw r Fills, pre
pared by Fleming liros., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all resj.ee table druggists
and country storckeej.TS generally.
To tlioe wishing to p ve 1 1 C. M' Lanb's
k Fins t trial, c will in 1 1 ,,osi paid to any
part ii the I luted .Sum, one box U i'ill, for
FLEMING LRUS., Pittsburgh, Pa,
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
!,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
HbTTo large consumers and all
manufacturers, wo are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
tnonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITT COAL COMPANY.
ryilalliday Itro ' olHee, No 70 Ohio Levee.
)-llairiday Bro ' wuarfboat.
f-.lt Egyptian Mills, or
tf-At the Coal Iuinp, fotit ef TttUtT-EiKhtU
tJ-Post Offlce Drawer,
Blake & Go.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shados, &o.
Always on band, the ct-li braUxt illuutinatinc
Oornsr SltTiatb Btrost and WMblaa;
Thla great International Exhibition, A.
lKned to commemorate the one hundredth
anniversary of American Independence,
opened May 10th, and will clou November
loth, 1870. All the nations ol the world
and all the Mates and territories of the Un
ion are participating In thix wonderful de
monstration, bringing together the ino-t
comprehensive collection ot art treasure,
mechanical Invention, scientific dl-cover-erien,
manufacturing achievement, miner
al ."pccimens, anu agricultural products
ezer pxhlliited. 'l'he grounds devoted to
the exhibition aresittisted on the line of
the l'ennnvlvania kiilroad and embrace
crcs oi ruiriuouni j arn, an uigniy im
proved and ornamented, on wulcu are
erected the largent building, ever con-true-
leu nve or tnee covering an area of City
acre and coding f.yooo.nuo. The total
number of building erected for tbo purpose-of
the exhibition 1. near two hun
dred. I Miring the thirt days Immediate Iv
loiinwing me opening ot tne exhibition a
million and a (matter ol people vitsited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
THE GREAT TRU5K LINE
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. S.
Is the mos, direct: convenient and econom
ical way ol reaching I'hiladelphia und this
great Exhibition Irom all section of the
country. Its train too and from Philadel
phia will pas throuilh a grand Centennial
depot, which the company has erected al
the main entrance to the Exhibition
grounds for the accommodation of passen
gers who wl h to stop at or tart from the
huuierous large hotels contiguous to this
) tit ion unc the Exhibition a convenience
ol the greatest alue to isitor, end all'ord
cd exclusively b the l'ennyl rnia Kail
road, which U the only line running direct
to the Centennial buildinizs. Excursion
rains will al-u stop ut the Encampment of
the Patrons of liiisbaudry, at Kiut Station
on this road.
The Pennsylvania Railroad is the grand
est railway organization In the world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roudwav,
forming continuous lines to Philadelphia.
Now York, llaltimore, and Washington, over
w hich luxurious day and night cars are
run from Chicago, st. Louis, Louisville, C in
cinnati, Indiau'ipolis, columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie withous change.
Its main line is laid wlte double and third
tracks ol heavy Heel rails Uf or deep beti
of broken stone balla-t, and Its bridghs are
all of iron or stone, its passenger trains
are equipped with every kno.vn improve,
mi nt lor coiutort and silcty, and are run at
faster speed for greater distances then the
trains of any line on the continent. The
company lia largely increased its equip
ment lor Vctltennia'l travel, and will be pre
pared to build iu it own shops, at short
notice suiHeient to fully accommodate any
any extra demand. T'he unequalled re
sources at the command of the company
ot the company guarantee the most perfect
accommodations for all its patrons during
the Centennial Exhibition.
The magnificent sceuery for which the
Pennsylvania Railroad is so justly celebra
ted presents to the traveler over Its perfect
roadway an ever-changitur panorama of
river mountain and landscape views tine
tialed in America.
The eating station on this line are un
surpassed. Meals wil! be furnished at suit
able hours and ample time allowed lor en
Excursion tlcVets, at reduced rates, will
be sold ut all the pi'lncipnl railroad ticket
offices in the 'et, Northwest and South
west. He sure that your ticket read via the
Cireat Pennsylvania route to tho Centen
nial. EKASK THOMSON, P.M. IK YI..Tr,.
(ion. Manager. tien. Pass'r Agt
37 Conrl Place, LOUISVILLE, KV.,
A rf uUrif duftM aud l(ally Uxditicd brsiciii and tho
Is l luooeaiful, ks hi ra. Uoe ill .tot
Cures all forms of PRIVATE,
CHLVIC and SEXUAL DI1
Spermatorrhea and Impotency,
fts tlt rrtult of slf abutc in i uth. actual vxca lu ma
tiirer y ram. or nthtr cau, an -J nhtiua fit i. f tbe M-
V-WlOf ct1 tS' SrfUitttm. H-llliliai Klukall. (UIKtlt tuls-
ft I.T drenni, Uiuiims olM(ki, irto tii Mciu..rT. fuy
tx 1 (.. Piiniln Ka Aeniou ti-Hicittr of Krmtli-i,
( oii(uwn of Mr-ma, .ua ( brua I fowvr, ., rirnii
barria iiuirut"r or iiuhjjv , ar tbuitHJifhly ami pvrtii
nrDii.T cun-it SYPHILIS I111 t-'urwl au4 -o-
Str''p1'as,'u',', o Gonorrhea,
1'lUft uJ..tiiir i.rlvau dldcaa iuiekl turd.
it i vlf vtl'Ut Uiat a ttTaiiiau bv Mitt ft lal attntiou
l a drrtsio clas of duea'-, au1 trostMu UkxihhuiIs turn
ally. at-.uintt frtl akill. Pl.yai ian kuoMiugUus. fact .ntn
r ouitui-nJ trauiifl Ut uir Cr. Wbrii It i liMoutitrtit t
visit the city for ti-Mtiuai, nedl.-inft mu l mui ruauiy
ftU'i aalaly by nuall r tprtaua aurvliarc.
Cures Guaranteed in all Cases
i outuiuuout iraaHr tr by bMtr fre anil loTif.
Chftrsjea itvuLiludcorroJwiidooatrietly oviatiJeuUai
Of pases, Mnt to sot adirM, twurtly mM, .r fehirtf
cm i. Hhuuia t rad t'r Bit. AddrvM as tuva.
UBli 4Wur froui t A. II. tu P. If. Subdaji. 1 lY 4 P. bV
An illuftrat! work T$
to the DiaJTirti kiid niar
of thi muai nitom, iu ftbuiwt.
CU.. laUt-at dirovne Iu U
cience of rtproduetion t now lo
Mtfniy Uaiy u. u uiamoa rfLMion. Mi Md fwn&lc.
youtif Dtf uiiddl ftfad thould nad nd prrarrr it ; ii
coutjtuti lutonusltoa, which uu od cad ajfuru tu b vith
cult a how Ut pr serve tit health, aud oomplcxm, ud
fivclu fftdM rtitkt the trhuM ul youih : th b au
fivclu fftdM rtitka the trhuato;
oulv trua MamueGuid in iha war
oulf trua MtmueOuiM I
wor.d. rriea lUoaata
t IliiL Tha author inay ba oonaultrd Mraoullv ar bV
inai) on anv of the antiifru matuiid in hit Trrrh lililraal
lr. A. U. OXaUT. 1& to atJuiigwu au, Chkaiu, 6k
Marnav (tuiOr iliuatraird
with nuiuruufitf raviim
Inuii life teat he !l tttt in.
uuisitiv tii'iilJ know on
CNurthip. htmrnmgr, lit
vii.i..(icl af j, sir rica
lid Kcvt Isvtiorit of tlia
all iind of 1itatM, wilh hundreds of aluab!f rrreipti,
who should anarrv.the iiiinadintfiiU l mamaiMftheir na
lura ud cure. 1 rvau ou ail lt-aiet, tullj ei j.lamiug their
cauaee. tyntptunot and meam i run ; it is the only rt-ally
cieuuftc work, tfftrie kind rver put.lishcd. and it complete
in rvrrv r'tHcf. nt sfcurely aealfd uit r rriirt t) tij,
Addresa. Iir. V-A ""AMKiN, WlV ofU tilth alnxt,
H. Lwuia alo. t-slahliahedm 13?.
Thirty y araciptrienr tn tli treat yim wl beatuai and
CUroulo tnacaautntli rxc.
IBi A PhyMioloiTioaa View; v( Mm riM
mr liir iitarf iru atiiu siiosta coiiU'lMpiaim
atarnaffv. u th inycteriei ut rtpndu t.
lou aod 11. afcret iiillrinitu's nt v.iiiiit.
mauliotHl aud wouibuUikmI Au illuttrmtt-d btHik utmitia i.
1r prn aiat rcddniK. hu h ahwuld u avpl uudtr iwcV audi
t-T. H. nt und-rasa) troic.
A PHIVAI K MEDICAL THXATIBE on alldiara
of a Private Nature m both acme, ur Imih and tita
ttrdera Jltlir aetual ayatein, aud the mriiiauJcim',lptfv
w nil eiiirraviiuit, sent uudtraeal torSU cti.
MEDICAL ADVICE on hetuataitd t hmoir liaa,
fii iiiiual U aahiivsa, Catarrh, Cancrr, Ruiaiurr, the opium
lUtut, Ac, aMipaj; work st-nl under acal lor Mi rta. AH
three booka vouiatning 4UOpaeaaiHlfvrrTtluuK orth
kuommjt on tiu tubjvt-t, aent aeourely aealed. ou re
ceipt of 60 me. Addrrtt, Dr. Butts Diaosnaary,
Mo.UN.8tht..$t. Louis, Mo. llMabuaimt iM;..
E. N. FRESHMAN & BROS.,
190 W, Fourth Si, COTMI. 0.,
Ars authorised to contract for advertises-
iu tins pir.
EitimftUi furniihsd frss, Ssnl for Circular
be "Weekly Uulleliu,"
1 .25 jieryer, ihmUs prroald, to anyaitJm.s
VEST AND CHEATCST
l'lr )uUuhal(ia 8uther Illinois.
City National Bank
JJ". P. HALI.IDAY, I'rmidmt.
1IKNRY I.. HAIXIOAY, ViwPn-sl.
A J J'A'r'oRU, :hir,
VV ALTER HYSLOP. Ass't Cashier.
B Rtaats Tatlos, r It. CrwurwoHAM,
J! ;oajoAT, W. llUMBAT,
O. I). VVlLLIAJI-0. 8TEPMSS IIird,
A . U. SArrottn,
Exchange, Coin and United States
xiuuua uougni ana aoia.
EPOSfTS rwive1 ani a general Jbanklnf
W SC1 I 111 fie uuuc ,
r Itr.ns, Pn-sl.lent. H. Wells, Csshier.
P. N ff, Vice PiTi't. '1 . J. Ki rth, Ast. asb'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8th Street
K. Itrnss, C!iro. Wm. KIiikc, Cairo.
I. Ncff, Cain.. H'ni H'nlfe, Cain..
A . Siisanka, Cairo. It. I. IlillinKsley, t. I.uis.
h. lltuliT, C am. II. Wells, C airo.
F. II. Itrinkmau, St. lxiuis.
i Urncrnl Bnnkins; Bnsliipan Door,
fr-F.xchanpi solil unil bmiKlit Intrrrat paid
n thi- Savinirs Dc purtini nt. Cnllmfons male,
nil all busin ess iiroiniilly attemleil tu.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A B 8AKFUKU, President,
s) 8 TA VLOK, V ice President.
W. HYS1.UP, Sec'v and Tmwurer.
P.W. Bahclat, Ciias. (Uliohbr,
F. M. bTOCKFLBTH, 1'AIXO. Hcni'B,
It. II. CUaXlNUHAM. 11. L. 11A1XIUAY,
J. M. PiiiLLirs.
T MEREST iwtid on deposits at tli rate ol six
j. n r-ni ier annum, niarrn 1st ami Miteui
jer Int. Interest not witlnlrawii is a.l.ll iuiiue
liutely to the irin-i)ial of the deposits, thereby
ivinx tlieiu uuiunuund interest.
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open every businessday from 9a.m. to S p.m.
a J ntur.lny evening lur saviUKS deposits only
rum t) to b o'clock.
W. HTSLOF. TrMtanr.
To whom Pensions are
MrLAX9 sDisableu whiis m toe Unu
tod ducurM of dutr. either b aneldent o'
oibsrwisa, shoal d hare a pension. Tba loss ot
Anger entitles you to a pension. runton
no matter now tlfghfc eires yon a pension.
The loss ot a toe gives you a pension.
The loss ot an eve gives you a pension.
Any Injury will give you a pension. ,
who are now drawing a pension, are lastly eoti
tied to aa Inerense. OAlTWriTV 9t
HS-Sead J starapslSU UllJLXu
lur copy ol Pension aud Bonntr AcU.
Addxs, p. H. FITZCERALD,
t'nlted States Claim Agent, Indian aroLU, lN(a
BafOu all letters mark P. O. Box M..JM
- wi aiau is vhst uw worn mw UiI. idfiniMSMb
The latent. Krenlesl. and inns reliable
remedy ever put together i,y meilical srieut-e,
lor Rheumatism, Wuumls, 8wellings, Hums,
C aked Itreast, Is the Centaur Liniment,
'fbrre aiw two kinds Wlurt the White Liniment
is lor the huiuan family, tli. Yellow Centaur
Liniment is for npnviueil, lame and struineil
horses and animals. lUKy.' .-H l it
Cliiltlreii Cry for (;atorla. It is a
pleasant to take as honey, and is abswlutelv
liarmle.s. It ia sure to exwl worms, cure wind
colic, regulate the bowels aud stomach, and
evercoin. irritability canned by rash or t utting
teeth. It is a rtei l substitute lor Cantor OU,
and fir Cotieues iu young or old there is
uctbiugiu existeuA-sueiru-tive and reliable.
VISSCnER & HALL'S
Warrulel eiunl ut mmy futauth la the
mnrkel, stud far auperlor Con.
t-enlrnled I. ye for nil puritoaea
for wblru It la used,
Put up in one pound metal cans, convenient
for um in 1'aiudies for making hard and soil
nap, and for cleaning purpose generally, lu
rectious for liutklug soap, etc., aivvmiuiniug
I' or cleaning tye, presses, inax-hiuery, nsiuts,
soiVbiug water, washing .inks aud fruit trees
in the sprlug, it is iimsimle. fur exi-elk-nce aud
convenience of )iarkage. tor sale by Grocer
and lrngits every when-.
1 Uw her 4t llnll a laaeelieide aad
OlelnterlMHt fuwder i invaluable for tne
dost ruction of the p" halo bug, cotloa worm, gnu
hoppers, mice, mts, roaches, Inseels, and ver
miu of all kinds. It is harmless to wen and
animal, aud Car rhesiwr tnau Pari green lor
the deetructiou of vermin. It is also invalua
ble as a IMseufeclant, purifying the air in hospi
tals aud sick rooms, aud destroy lug the odors of
siuks, cellars, sublet, etc. PutupTu one pound
cane, for sale by I'ruggists and rocr
everywhere VISNCHEiiA IUIX.
Manufacturers, stl Wall M., New York.
Leading Journal of Southern
Will steadfastly oppose tlie policies ot lb
Republican party, and refusn to be tram
melled uy the dictation of anyvllque In the
It be.teves that the Republican party ba
ulnlled its mission, and that the Demo-
tratlc party as now organized sboulci bare
tored to power.
It believes the Radical tyranny that he
or several years oppressed the Soutfc
thould be overthrown and the people cl ib
outliern States permitted to control theu
It believes that railroad corporation
ibould be prohibited by legislative ecacU
ments from extorting and unjustly dgecrim
Inatlng in their busiuens trausactioot with
It recognizes the equality o be
lore the law.
It advocates free commerce tariff ror
it advocates resumption of specie pay
ment, and honest payment of the publie
It advocates economy m the a 1 ministra
tion ol public aflalrp
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