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CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
UulXatia tilldln,pof. Twelfth Strae
gJ-County and BallroadWork a Specialty
' CAIBO POBTOPFICE.
)vncR Houkih-From 7:30 a.m. to C:30
p.m.; Sunday from 7 to 9 a.m. Money
Order 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
a. at, rn.
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1:80 I Illinois Central KK
Central R K
Cairo A Vincenne
Cairn, Arkansas A
Ohle Slver Kotita
MiM. River Uotite
Up, Hun. To. I'ri.
U. W. UlKbais, P. M.
iLLmoia cmmiAL u a.
TRAIXI ulavb caibo
Mall at Jl:'p. m ........ .laily.
hipreae al ..... S.l" p. Ih "
rreight at..... ... :00a. iu...Kxorpt Sunday,
Freight at 1:1 pin- " "
a KB IT B AT CAIRO
Mall at S:lMa. aa - -...Daily.
r.sprea at-..-. l:p. lu.-KxoT)l Hunday.
gri.. - " Hunday.
rmptii a. ..-M-0 in.- . " Sunday.
JAMES JOHNSON. Agent.
'ST. LOUIS .IKON nOUMTAlM
& SOUTHERN R. R.
. ipre leave Cairo daily.....
' Xxureaa arrives at Cairo dail;
l:0i it. m.
r.xoraaa Arrives at Cairo dailv :. in.
Accommodation leave Cairo daily. l.-s)a. m.
Arnniuiuodalion am Yea daily (except
Monday ) ...... -II M i, m.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R-
"We Have Come to Stay!
rHK trains of Una company connect at Ht
Louis and LaatM. Louis, with all other
iiu to the X arils, latl n4 Hut.
I Cairo ....
Arrive MM. Louis.
. :'." p.m.
Leave Eaat Ht. Loui 8:4 am.
IrriT at ciro ...-..-. p.m.
.1. L. HINCKLEY, Owintl Bnperintendent.
J. A. WLN'IZ. (itnrnl Paiijrr Agent.
W. II. al At r" AK1.A.SD, Agent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
THE SHORTEST KOL'TK TO
Evansi-ille: Indianapolis. Cincin
nati and Louisville.
XCNNING TUP.OLGII BY DAYLIGHT.
1 bo Shortest and (juicaeet Line to
Philadelphia, Baltimoro and
i Hskini? C!ot Connection with tbe "Kaat
ixdiajc aroLis amd cmciXHATi sxraxai.
IjntM Cairo ......... B.-flO a. m
ArrlTca at Canul
ArriTea at Vlnccunea.
4. tia ar. LOi'ia ad iOCTHaAgTaaw railroad.
Arriraa at Evanat ill VM 9
tIA MBtAWAKHJ AJtD TWCWSM ttAILBOAU.
A)TiTMatlndianapolii.......- l-'-O P
via ouio and aruauatrri hailroas.
-Arriveaat North Vernon.- - P;w
A rrUf al Cincinnati - '
at I.ouitrill - I" "
t 'n Indiana nnli-.-.. :SD
lavra Clncianati .o"
ArnresHt Vincnn - -'4 P;m
Wvea KTansTill - : m
4rriTM at Carnui. . t P-m'
Arrive alUaro - - :u
(Jen I'aaa. Ax't. Gnerl Bup't
r-BKor in format iim relati to ratea and oon-
jfuTiuna, apply to ., .
WVOI7NO efanv kind. Iha
lota of a Marcr or To, or
-the Iks of an KT, a 111 IN
a i kb., ii oi ". a-"
penuon. DUea of LunC
or . nrlcoao Velst givs a
nention. HOUHTT. If
discharged for wound.iniuries
or rupture, yott ft full boun.
. Atf-Send Itimpi for
copy of rcnuoo IDU IWUBir
Acl. Address all letters to
U.S. Claim Agent, Indianap
olis. Ind. AMTOa all letur
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01 IjUUll IlQbU, kUUIOWIks-K) IX 1 S
A nvuUrl; reuetUd o Wjllr L!ilu4 btlua sad IB
Mull ,UOCa.lUI, R. LIS JT,UIH) 1W p.r.
prmatorrlaM and Impotncyt
a ttn refult ot fif-abu In youth, icxnai ca- mats in isttv
lurr Tara. tw iii.-r rsusfi. nu4 triit-iUK f lul
iiic ffTvcta: Xarvoiiie,t&cailt4al Kwika, tMuia-
au t. mvatuL U(U,m.s t!M.iil, lirisxtitn Meifsry. rtiy
AuailD ja'av. Pnu tAm nu L'a.tA. A v s,titu t. ttinifU at I etnuiri
l aslulio ol !, CbSckus 1 lswr, ii.t r.: d ritif
fc4ra r t.r iitiLitjjij, ar UiurotgDi aaa prnia-
IvrStUt turr.i. KVp W TT Tfi iKatUtT) aurtd attd ru
rtamtu i.tll. Uouorrbea.
.bi'''krlrluuli'wuei ntistkli onned
ruiwuip. uriatiiiB. uuiiia. iub aui'vuiii.
It i aell dul I hat a t.htr-idl.ui twiiavantkialalA4MMa
U OcrUiu daA of aUtaAf-A, aii'l ireatiuK tbM4udf auiiu
a!ty. svtuirea gri ilL r auiao auibtf th.a tnct ofAi
raa-oO'turbd rMs l ntv mrt Wkaj K i ItK-sHivt-lilaitl, t
visit ibe ' i irswiuivuv. m4. iu.a ou be eui uiaU-ljr
aim I ulilr tf ftmlar ttiirai aiiiwtre.
Cures Onarauteed iu all Caset
:m,..iaii'UA irAoOaHv r tT sVltr fre an4 toiM.
rb.rei rtaADf'a iiicrria4.ndt.ii;a ,iir twibtstiiUui.
O' 30 l-f. rm ", saaral., H,to4, h !
t mi) tiuls. Mi.-'it I"1 r t? U. Ad.lr.M mt ,tMir.
iisv Uoun fiuu A- 8UUO.J,. r. BV
(CQQQ (aa'l no man y every agoat
kyv9ivr ninnth in tit tiuineaa w
l irnib. but those willing- to work can eaally
am b dozen dollars a day rtROt in lh-ir own lo
uilitivs. Have no room to explain Iter. Hiwl
ibss pltvuiaut and honorable, om. boya
m l BirU d. aa well aa meu. Wa will furuUh
youaoompleta outflt freo. The biuiiioia pay-Mu-r
ihau anyttilng else. VTa will bear a
jjeiiAeol atartlnK you. r-artlcuiara fte. Writ)
nd aw. KamuVa and mechanic, their aona
i i,d duiifrhtera. and all claaaaa in need of W0
work at boioe, should write to us and w irs i all
about the work al oace. Now is tha tla
don't delay. Addiaaa Taos; Co, Augusta,
klaine. , , $
A ST T5 A TTi .
aiTCleTinTine of duty, if b
...nt Ar atlterviM. A
. J. Mautu Wr.H I, When hn denied
tlie million dollar, itory.'said St wan a
matter ot principle with him. We tp
iicv! it wai mattar or principal and In
Thk grand jury of Williamson county,
have rKurrifd to tl court an lndictmont
of four counts lor oonipirary to murder
and rot), agaiut tli (our membcra ol
theganj; arretted in Marlon lat week.
They will lx trlt'd at the March term of
Amoxo tlie bills introduofHl Into the
llllnoli houM on FrMay, 'were two Ly
UcpreaeaUtiTe Irvtn i Ont to autliorl.a
a rebate of taxes ln 'raaes ot destruction
of property by utorm, flood or fire alter
the asegmetit I made ; the other to
amend the criminal code 10 a to make
the breaking Into an out-building, or a
freight or a railroad ear at bight tlme.tor
the purpose ol larceny, a burglary.
Maddox, the witness who has been
testifying to the perfidy of Well, ha
been a special agent in the Internal rev
enue bureau. The president determined
on Thursday to remove him, and on Fri
day, C'oiuniUsioner Kauai notified him
that he was dismissed from the internal
revenue office.; ;
A 'it.t troo" owned by a lady living
in a village near New York city, a few
weeks ago bit the lady, her two children
and a neigM)ur. The dog was killed,
the wounds healed, and the matter
almost lorgottcu until last week.
whun one of tlie children was attacked I
by hydrophobia and died a terrible death
from that terrible disease. The three
other who were bitten are now living iu
a btate of apprehension as to their own
T he revelations made by Maddox be
fore tbe committee on the powers, privi
leges and duties ol tbe home, have
aroused intense itjdirnatiou among par
tisan Republicans and the friends and
supporters ol the member of the Louis
iana returning board. They deny the
truth ol the testimony of
the witness, or if they do not deny it in
toto, they distort its meaning and hypo
critically asseverate that it all goes to
show that Gov. Wells li an honest man.
an Incorruptible patriot, who spoke the
trutfa wtiea h deoUrl tbt bo would
not sell out bis raty i0r forty
millions ol dollars. But how easy
to prove Maddox a lalsificr, in one
partoi his testimony, at least.. He (aid
thaf'be bad allowed to the President and
to Secretary Cmeroii the two letters ad
dressed to him by Gor. Wells. He
told the Secretary that Gov
Wells wauted money, but
tbe secretary declined to have anything
to do with the matter ol money." One
word Irom Secretary Cameron would
prove the truth or falsity of this storv,
but he rJocs not give it, and tbe conntry
cannot be blamed if tltey take his silence
in the matter to mean' consent
to the truth of Maddox's tale.
Wells himself pronounces the testimony
an "infamous 11c, baseless as U is mali
cious," but his denial has not a feather's
weight In the estimation of people not
blinded by partisan zeal.
It is now generally believed;in Wash
ington that President Grant's knowledge
of Well's movements was the cause of
hi refusal at the last to recognize tlie
Packard government la Louisiana.
A FAMILY SKETCH.
We are Indebted to Mr. A. ii. Safford
for a little pamphlet entitled" A Historical
Sketch ol the town of Cambridge. Ver
mont," compiled by the Rev. Edwin
Wheelock of that town. The sketch
was read at the 4th of July celebration of
the town last year. From it we learn
that the founder ol the town was John
revolutionary soldier, who In
his log cabin on its site, twenty.
five miles away from human habitation
There be lived in solitude for . one year
and in 1784 was joined by John and
David Safford, Samuel Montague, the
FasseU, the Klnsleys, and others,
also soldiers of the revolution.
who "went into town" . and
with their families settled uear Mr.
fcpaflbrd. "These men of heroic mem
ory," says the chronicler, "constituted a
noble community." The first school dis
trict ot the then village was lormed m
1785 ; a school was opened that year and
John Safford was their first teacher. He
taught in a log schoo'-house. "He was a
mau ol great energy and force of charac
tcr ; exerted a commanding influence for
seventy years, and lived to be ninety
years of aga." The town was organized
in March, 17S5, and David Saflord wma
the first representative from it to the
state legislature. . .
In the school district there lived ten
heads ot families whose united ages were
one thousand six hundred and ninety
scveu years, and whose average was
elghtv-three and three-fourths years for
each person. Among the names of these
loug-llvers, we find those of John and
Kllxabeth Saflord and David and Anna
Saflord, and are told.that the long life
and general prosperity of all mentioned
"nan be traced to their . industrious and
sober habits, to their christian diameter,
and to the virtues aud exemplary uietli
ods of their personal and social life. ; No
litigation or angry lawsuits ever dis
turbed the harmony of their
OAai, SuXLanla, 33vlU4U.&c, Csm'i Twlk ttraat axdL 'WMlaMrt n.'vaaj.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY ,4 1877.
netghborliood, . or Interrupted , their
friendship, or devoured the legitimaft
Irnits of their , business. By livinj Jn
peaco with each other, they aved their
money and their temper. "
Of Captain John fiaflord, the flrat
choolmaater of the towa,'we are told :
"He was tbe lad who at the age of twelve'
yeara Tolunteered to tnnd guard oyer
the Rritlih prisoners' In the old church
at Bennington alter (Jen. Ktark'a vie
tory and did it to the satisfaction of the
General ; he had temperance, religion and
liberty on the brain ; his large posterity
have the same traits, and are filling out
their days with their ancestors' virtue."
Mr. A. n. Watford of this city. Gov.
Suftord of Arizona and Dr. Mary Saf-ford-Blake
of Uotton are lineal descen
dents, of the David Saflord ol thi in
tf rcetinit sketch.
Faerjon, the novelist, who is said to
be a Hebrew, Is announced as the future
husband of Miss .Icflersou, daughter of
the celebrated actor of "Hip Van Win
kle.'" Captain John Cowdon left Xew Or
leans a few days ago for the purpose of
making the final measurements and esti
mates of the Barrataria route to the sea.
Professor Fordiey ami Captain J. J.
Williams are the engineers of the party.
Miss May tins recovered Irom her in
disposition, but has been kept all along
In ignornnco of the duel, having merely
been informed ol Mr. Bennett's depart
ure lor Kurope. It U still believed by
many friends that in good , time there
will be a reconciliation and a marriage.
The story that Mr. Bennett has gone
abroad, like Byron, to find another home,
is denied by bis friends, who confidently
expect lila return in the spring. It 1
known that his yacht is to be in commis
sion next session.
A little girl tlx years old has rawed a
great excitement in Nebraska by extra
ordinary spiritual manifestations. While
in a trance she stated that Warren
Clougb, some months ago, had killed two
men and hidden their bodies in a stable
which she described accurately, though
she had never eu it. Men have gone to
investigate, t?id many place credence In
the story. Clough is now on trial in
York county for the murder el a brother,
which took place later than the two
Geroge Alfred Towusend on Phtebe
Couzins : I saw at breakfast yesterday,
Phoebe Couzins, a slender, composed,
flue girl, just rising the marriageable
tUn of Ufa. wlta atxasMxtlngly rich. ey-
brows. By much eloquence her cUlu is
getting a Uttlc pointed. She is at the
female suflrag convention, and yet is
said to teach a Sabbath school. On tbe
whole, the only suffragist ol that kind
I ever saw presentable cuough to tie to.
Lovely woman with tbe ballot In her bands
i a spectacle to delight the heart. But
an old woman voting with a stealthy
presumption against her husband, or be.
cause she basu't one, calls forth the rep
robation ol tbe gods.
Chicago Trilnt. dispatch: During
the afternoon of Thursday last, the
members of the Illinois Press associa
tion, in session at Springfield, called in
formally upon Gov. Cullom. The gov
ernor thanked tbe visitors for their call,
and spoke briefly of tlie powers, duties
and responsibilities of tbe press ol the
country. The Hon. John ii. ooeriy, or
the Cairo Bi i.leti.s-, responded on be-
bait ol the association. The members
also visited the state arsenal, where they
were cordially welcomed by Adjutant
General nilliard. Capt. Scroggs, on be
half ol tbe association, briefly responded.
At the evening session Mr. Clinton, of
the Polo JVir, read a history ol tbe as
sociation. In the evening Secretary and
Mrs. George Harlow banqueted and en
tertained tbe association. The Etate offi
cers and prominent citizens were present.
Wm. M. Evarts has a inodel farm a1
Rutland, Vermont, that contains be
tween seven and eight hundred acres,
seventy head ot cattle, including twenty
cows, three yoke ol oxen, averaging
four thousand pounds per yoke ; fifteen
calves, a three-year old Durham bull.
a splendid specimen of that iamous breed;
a fine Jersey bull, and other young cat
tle, all of which show care and skill In
hanlliug and feeding. There are two
hundred sheep on the farm, mauy of
them beinsr unerior animals. Of
horses and colts there are
sixteen ; one span, smooth and active
as young colt, aged one twenty-
five aud one twenty-six, and
seventy-five swine, kept in a new and
convenient piggery ; the interior Is
finished with due regard to neatness, ease
ol feeding, and ''.ie comfort of the in
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bia atMtai rviassm. Malaal ssslsslass. atatliir. !
Mill rKkt. AMVMi.a aMSMry, alatatM aaska a.nJj
10 aartetr, Vms of Miut ". wa, waiwta MAAaUAitM
lMrauea,aionns f nut raaipalat taj aaaaa)
Uum ia ta aawa. ata, ia Mjawa oaTM.pii. iw --"
Mu stasis. Owuiauw at av w kjr mU kar uaa. tu
asiatoa a If aa IVaa.
Taataw laraanvts far MM a aaaUtawa. CWiibN,
Skkj la aa Umiiaa s-A.af,i aaaAa -ym.m -.aM
aaik Uaiuwt k, aa aasa. waws hiii
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CHBOKIO DUUCASB IBia aa, Mhw 0iiMcU ta Ckte.
unitU. BBBOBBHalA. SLBBf.tBirTr Bl. OBTH
Nebraska Ahead t
The U. M. Railroad :o' Land ! The beat
' Agricultural and Ptook Coantry
0000 1AX08 IH A 0000 CLIMATE
Low price. !.ona Credit. Low Fares
nnd rieiehta. Premiums tor Improvement.
Free rasa to Land Buyers. tT''iH
particulars, apply to B. M. K. It. Co.,
WHOLESALE AMD RET ATI..
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Cloae.
Corner 19th St. and OomaaerclaJ At
C. 0. FATTER & CO.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
. AND CANDEE
13 OHIO LEVEE,
Oity Xatioaal laak Bnildiag, tap-stairs.
Tha 01dtEtbliahd Arenor la Soatt:
rn IlUnola, rapraaantlaar stof
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a m J 1 ArMnaCaaatorwshl
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VaA VtSMiVs I kiuI tftum, wioi aa
UImI iimmnumtm Us tatrntt at wyrMfstlaa, JIM its
rui ,uu u H a aau tan nfu
mJk. ui Ml imlx MtalMUT sill I
Ii mum tt. sisnnsn aBrtM ot m akrWa
0hom irpviMtoa 0) wsrl-na, aa shMl la Ik rrr
n.eiMtfrBHil kaas BrakMt tk nili
kb. ! tmhn oiaia m ta Um iw
sura irrna laat Is nnl aaiat, atssk au Is o
aiituMd ia sar ar wit.
ani m sa, itre fit porta) tor FlRr Cu.
Ail mi t)r. Bsua' Oufat, . la S. EiiA Mr,
St. Uum, M:
Notice ts the Afflict1 an Unlorhinsta.
Baan sarlrta tk, astarten aaaek, sSnniM t
fsttM MPari. r awsc u; f yaek KUdiM, pcraM lr.
Batu' wwt, a auai aaal year alum u r aw aplr
Is In m n4 b, mm r lb. MM nimd mmtumi prolr
son ft utj eMairr eat Bar, aa au a, mm1u4 pr
Mwiir m at suuUeaike Hm siwanaaa la als warts.
O&am ud vritn. K. .1 Sonk Blftlk town, kMVSS
A flluiarated wort f"
Um niamrd aa wu-
riafrsbla on sh asyswriM
m, MaW Bad Koala,
Mevuua la sue
WtralrTtPT'J L u aiarrtol rrlatioo. MaW
youaf BDf ruldd agM saouw raa and pre.
totasTiis tukirmattoa, wkLrh ao on eaa aSord a
n i on hue u nrii.il tk kasiik. and eoaoBMl
tiTSta sAdvd check, ih trashaw ot J mhj tas 6-ai aa4
eat mat Man-lum OuiSa In tha worM. fricmttmmta
tfftaii. Tlx author may b cobiwUmI aanaaanywht
mALl on any ov iikiudto. nramraii bi
31. A, O. OLXtt. AST Waal
FIRE AND LIFE
Policies are issued tvu the mot favor
able terms bv
HEUtY wnxs. .1 "
r.KNF.RAI. IXSl'HANCR AtlKST.
but KoDiirl aaitt IInekl
pan lea ateatrsMaaaiMet.
OTFICS-la t ha Alexander County Bank,
1-1 tf CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
E. r. Kuukera Bister Win r Ir
bas never been known to faU in the cure of
tseakneas, attended with, symptoms ; India
position to ext-rtiou, kiss of memory, dlUl
culty of breathing, general weakness, borror
of diaeaae. weak, ttervoua tremblinir. dread
ful borror of death, ulght sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dtmnea of vision, languor, uni-
veraal latitude Ol the fUUHClUAT SYStCU).
enormous apjielite with tlyspeptio ayuip.
toms, hot bauds, mfchlnK ol tba boJy, dr'-
nCKS Ol lUO BK1U, VUUUIBUBDVB SHU
eruptions on tbe face, purifying the blood,
pain iu tbe bak, heaviness ol tba eyelids,
frequent black spot flyiug Wore tbe eyes
with t. uiporary summon sua iosg or signi,
want ol attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use i". F. Kunlel's Bitter Wine ol
iron. 11 never ian. iiiii ar now
enioyiu health who have used it. Take
Ani I-' V. Kunkcrs.
vu. - . .j . . ..
Beware ot counter." auu uaaa imna
tlous. A Kunkel's Utter Wine of Iron is
so well known all oter the country, drug-
rUts themselves niaae an tuiiiauon ana uy
O . 1 .ienVMABam . 1. Al.
losellUofftothe r ewnmer. , wnea may
tosellltontoiueir ciBj""ia, jiku
.n nr Knnkera Bitter Wine of Iron.
Kunkel's Bitter w i a in put up
only iu t bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with tba pro
prietor's photograph fu tha wrapper ol
each botile. Always look for tha photo
graph on ibeouUid. and you will always
C J.... to ttt the Pennine. One dollar Dei
bottle, or six for S. o!d by druggiat and
ALL WOKMS KtMUVJCU ALIVE.
E. F. KunVers Worm Syrup never falls;
10 Uestroy 1 in neas w. ui ,un.
Dr. Kunkal, the onl "ueeasalul physlciaa
who removes Tape Worm ia two hours
alive, with head, aad ao fte until reraoved,
Common sen teaches tha il 'i ape Worm
be removed, all other wrn can b reauiiy
destroyed. 8a4 lor ereuiar to Dr. ktuu
Ki, o. aw sori
ufeia. ia.. reauaT. r
lor a ttottla, ol -KeaSara Wona Syrup.
; v, w" 1 -
Ptioa, fl.00. H nsver talis
CHARTERED MARCH tl. !
CITY NATIONAL BAHK. CATJtO
A. B. SAFFORD, President.
8 8 TAVLOB, Vie President.
W . HtSLOP. Bae'v and Treasurer .
P.W. Bahclay, Chas. GAXton.,
r. M. BTocKFLarm, Pacta. 8cuw,
a. H. CcaniwBHAJi. B. L. Ham.idat,
J, At. Phillip.
INTEREST paid oa deposit at tha rata ot all
net cent, per annum, March lat and aapteaa-
jrr 1 at . Interest not withdrawn la ail (lad ImiM
litralv to tha urincioal of tbe deposiu. thetabv
tfviBA them eonwound interest
i Harried Women and Children may
AJepoaic aaunuy ana no oue- -
else can draw it.
Open every bnainaai day from An. na. to S p.tn.
mi daturday evenings for savings deposit only
rorns to S o'clock.
W. HTBLOP. Troavamrar.
Ni-ff. Vice I'rea't.
H. Welle, Cashier.
T.J. Kerth, Asst. aah' r
.Di Ml .USE,
Corner Commerelal Ava.aadSt Straat
r. Brnss, Cairo. Wm. Klnire, Cairo,
i'. Neff, liro. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
A. Snsauka, Cairo. R.L.BiUimtley, t. Iuis
K. Kuder, Cairo. U. Wells, Cairo.
r. II. rtrlnkman. Ht. Louis.
J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia.
; SJeaernl Baakloa; Bmalaeaa Dac.
rrF.xohan-e sold and bought. Interest paid
n the Savings impertinent. Collections made,
nd all boain ess oromntl V attended to.
Oity Hatioiial Bank
W. P. HALUDAT, President.
HENBT L. HALUbAT, VicePreat.
A. It K AFFORD, CUahiet.
WAI TB UYSLOP. Ass' I Cashier.
8. STAATS Tatlob, It. H. CoUAJ,
H L. Hallidat, W. P. Hau.idat,
a. I. Williaio. evrmrim IiutD,
A B. Sastord.
Exchange, Coin and United States
jeonoa jjougnc ana uoia.
DEPOSITS received and a general .banking
PH2.C. REDUCED TO SUIT TBE TIKES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Boam and Board, 3d Floor 13 .00 Par Day
SpstaUI Rata r Wak or ICoatk.
. A limited number of very desirable family
rooms can be secured at reasonabla rates lor the
Tbe St. Charlea is the largest and best appoint
ed House in fcoutnera lllinoia, and 1 the laadrna
hotel in Cairo. Notwithstanding tha "Bed
Rock" redaction In price, tbe table will, aa
usual, be liberally supplied with tha very heat
of everything that can b found in market .
Fin Wire aample room for commercial trav
eler, on srround floor, free of charce.
ty-All baggace of guasts conveyed to and Irom
trie mui witnoui caarge.
F. R. EOJf r.w.
FAINT A3TD OILS.
Paints, Oil, Varnishes,
Vail Paper. Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Always on hand, lb celebrated UluniiBBtlng
Corner Elavanth Streat and Waahtng"
Attorney at Law.
OITICK : At reaidenca on Ninth atreet, between
Washington avrnuaod Walnut Street.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Booflnf and Guttering a Bpeeialty
Slate RootUnj a Cpeciihy in
I -ny part of Southern Illinois.
Lightoing Bods. JPussps, Ctsyes
and Tin ware. - ,
TasUsuf lesaSUy Dasa,
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Lisstvon bbaAjmm '
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Waolesala aad Ketall Dealer la .
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TINF.S OF Alsli ItI!flS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
"K8.saS. slTTH a CO. have aonauntl
iXL a larre Stock ol tha beat eoml In tba nsae.
ket, aad (rive especial atterirlon to the taolaaJ
men ot in Dual
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
;,on, or in noganeaaa, ror snipmeni
romptlr attamded to.
starTo larse consumers and all
aaanufaoturers, we are prepared
to auppiy any quantity, Dy tae
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAimO Cm wttAJL COUP AST.
rf'HaUiday Bro.'aoBoe, No. 70 OhioLeve..
F-Hairiday Bro. ' wharfboat.
fy-At KSTptian MilU, or t
fcJ-At to Coal Pump, foot of Tauty-Kightb
CfPoat OBe Drawer. Aon.
Mo SO Ohio Levee,
T . 6 It
Dealer in Fresh Mea
Betwaaa Washliurton aad OoaamarcU
Avannaa, adjolnlaa Hamny's.
KEEPS for Bale tbe beat Beef, Park , Mutton
Veal, lauub, Sanaa, Aa. . and la (it
raad tf aeva fauitlie in an anwutabt ma ie
Evansvlile, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Faduoab. Shawneetewn, Erans-
ville, Louisrille, Clnoinnati
and ail way landings.
The elegant side-wheel atcamei
;; ARJXAXISAS BELLE,
sJasita a . pKmctvaToit ..
it js.s PsinoxgB...-
. W4 leave Ciro every WEDNESDAY at
. o'clock p. in.
1 lie fleet stesn.t r
Ld. lUOSLAk. ......
I .ea we Cairo every SA1TEDAT,
tr. kn.i .l.jui nwnection at CallO
i,h tr.wlu. suntaratr til. Louia, ateuk-
nki. mmA Vasr Orleans, sad at EvauaviU With
lh K. A I
C.tC.B. B. for all point North and Kaatt
wiUitba IavUla Atail ateuur fo.all
taoatb Uppar pkio, giving lroh,':
rip7 iib (xeicMaand paAungfrs to aU point
For urther information apply
SOL. 8lLVk.fi, Pa
SOL. 81LVKK, Paaaenger Agea..
" J - A
U. af . uaviasia-ai
andcura. bwt V.f" '
Mid for to caaSa, ByAMb - --
Tui .etiAt- Read Alawsftu.
A Largef CiftOst atdrr VTriba
Than ever for oalu.
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From Fifty rent to Twetr4vdliar.
. fall linn of late style cornets and hosiery at
lower prior than ever before offered in
t airo. ' Old straws made over, or taken ,
la exchange for new gooda.' ,
A full Stork of l.artioe Woolen aal Cot0n
CSDKRWF.All.. - - - "
RIBBONS AND LACES
Frnthcrs, Flowers, etc. of evny ' variety and
My stork tnuit be closed out, and I will glva
my customers better bargains than ever offered
oetOT . MBS. C. At'LKA.
''Look to the -East."
(WEBB WORK COMPLETE.) '
A SITTJAL OP THE FIRST THREE
DEQKEES OF MASONRY.
Containing the Cnmplete Work of the Kn
tored : Apprentire, Fellow CralT, anrt master
Marion's Degrwa, witli tnetr ceremonies, i
tnre. eUs Kdited by RALPH. V LKSJF.If.
Round In Cloth. -'. Pound in Leather Tueka
(norket-book atylu), Cilt lAlfrea, 2. V. Copies
of the sbove IkwU sent iwr mail to any addreaa.
free of iioataare, on receipt oi price. A.anrea an
omen io . .
DICK Si CTTZOUHALil?,
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tl nil our t.mnil ( omlii
nation Proipectu.i, reprMer.t-
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H VLLLXA CO.,Port-
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ed. One aKCtit aold urt rot ies in one da v . Thin
U the only authentic and complete history puli
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National I'mt.tMttMO Co., Chicago, IU., or Ht.
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Faming Lands, Gra-ing Lands, Fruit Lands. Vine
Lands, Coal Lands, Wood ' Lands, some Prairie
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connt for cash. V or fall parti(-ulars , map, and
pamphelts, apply to W. 1. B1VACK, Land
Lomuussioner Little Rock , Arkansas.
tt s r a da v
at homo. Agents wan tot. Outfit
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, X2ST GOLD,
ahx Other valttablh rre-
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Commercial Avenue, (entrance ou Saventbt.
KeaUlencelblrteeutb street, weetof W aabiOKtoa
aveuu. ' '
STRATT0N & BIRD.
AOKNTS AM ERIOAH ' rOWDF 0O
57 Ohio Lftvee.
O. D W1IXIAM80W.
And Dealer in
BOAT STORES, 1
tl. TS OHIO LEVEE
PKC-AX attBlki gtvea toeonixaanental
WM. TRIGG & CO.
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