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CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
V. TYA.TT CO.,
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Order 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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Friilay A Saturday i
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LLIN0IS CENTRAL R. R.
THAWS LBATB CAIRO
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hxprena at 2.J'p ra '
freight sc.......... 4o a. m.-Exnept Sunday,
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ARRIVS AT CAIRO
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rx press at
Kreijrht at ,
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ST. L0UIS.IR0N MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
Express leave Cairn dally - t ') p. m.
).xpm arrive at Cairo daily .4.''a. m.
Accommodation leaves Cairo daily i:'Ja. in.
Aroniiuo.tation at n via daily (except
Mtntarl II :) , tu
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line to the rll, liut and
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J. A. WENTZ. ijeneral Paietiger Agnt.
V. II. MM PARLAMl. Agent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
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vnnsvillo, Indianapolis Cincin
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at Louivllle 8:10
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Arrive at Cairo
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lir. John ITT'a Auril l'htlobopher (tools).
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WaahinKton a Marshal of France.
.lean JuKelow' Fancy.
New Hume-Car Poetry, for April.
Horn 1'edro'a C'haraoteriatic .
A Whist i'urty in the Ark.
Three Capiuiiot Aator, Stewart, Vandrrbill.
Mark Twain at a Horn. Auction.
Find Female LoliuyUt at Washington.
The Ciirl ol Sevil e a Himnioh t'oeiu.
lioyalty in the L'nitedbtate.
Artemu Ward' C hanu ter and I'eculigritie.
Monthly Record of Congre, etc.
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aod domesllo. Edited by Frank Moore, of the
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irait of the iuot prominent person ol the iuoliu
in eaeh Number,
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1-Verly subscription begin with any
0. W. CHAJttI0T4C0., ?nbluhrt,
Hadiiei Suaie. New York
'I'iik supn-nie rout t hatlifen niljntirueil
j ut.til in-t.
It i nnw lioiH't! tliat Itif Hull. Alt-T-under
I!. Stephen will recover.
Onv. Ci i.i.om on Monday limied Iho
eredentlal for Judge Davis ni U hi ted
Slal aenator uml loiwarded tfiem to
him hy n 'iiei-Ial mesvnger to nioomuiK
lon. Tm. Mate hoard ol agriculture met in
Springfield yesterday to locate the tat
fair for the next two yean. Proposal
were received from lVoria, Freeport, De-
atur and Sprinjrfleld.
Os account of the rinderpest revalent
In (Jerniatiy, tlie United States treasury
department has prohibited the importa
tion of neat cattle and the hide ot neat
cattle Ironi that country until further
The Kcncnil opinion iu Washington
wo urn to be that the Louisiana cafe will
not require longer time for consideration
than was given to Florida, and that after
to-morrow the two houses in Joint e
fcion will aaln be ready to proceed with
the count without interruption until they
come to Oregon.
Thk Memphis Avalanche ay : lt is
aUU-d by parties who went lo New Or
leans at the time, that at the hour when
the bojfus Hayes electors met and went
through the form ot casting the eight
votes of that date lor Hayes they had no
certificate. It is said thai Kellogg wa
afraid to trut-t them, and that he held
the certificate in an adjoining room, and
would not deliver them until after the
votei were cast and announced tor IJayes.
This would of itgell be sufllcient to inva).
idate the Yote."
Thk following Is a statement of the
fundi in the state treasury on the 9th
day of January, tor which Mr, Rutz gave
his receipt to Mr. Kidgewav, the retiring
treasurer, on the 10th: general revenue
fui.d. $l.l:il,0Vi.67 ; state ccbool fund,
$l!2.2"2.fU ; Illinois river impiovement
fund, $11,400.87; Illinois Central rail
road fund, f 12 1,210.73; delinquent land
tax fund, $3.'1.00 ; unknown and minor
heirs' fund, S5.C40.CS ; local bond fund.
$110.KC5.3J; unapportioned funds re
ceived from the lt to the 0th of January
$i.0;.:n. Total, $,.W,711.S7.
OI K ltr.lltk.Ki:.'VTTI1 CM NA.MC IS
A special dispatch from Springfield to
the Chicago Tribune ot a late date said :
"The revenue committee reported fa
vorably on Mr. Irwin's bill providing for
a rebatement of taxes levied on property
destroyed by tire, flood or tornado."
Now here is a thing that we wish to
protest against. We notice that the
Chicago Tribune and many other papers
that like the T rib ant ought to know bet
Ut, invariably give to the representative
from Alexander county a name not his
owu. And they do not btick to one
name they vary it. Sometime
they spell it 'Irwin," as it Is iu
the dispatch quoted, sometimes
Krwin" and again "Irving." Tocsi
bly the Tribune correspondent is
like the late lameuteJ Commodore Van.
derbit who always began his name with
a "We " because he couldn't pronounce
the initial letter differently. The elder
Welter, It will be remembered, was
afflicted with a like disability as
was demonstrated on that memor
able occasion when he told his son:
"Spell it with a 'We,' Sammy, ppcil It
with a 'We.' " But the tslegrap'i wires
are not supiosed to be afflicted w 1th any
uch organic incapacity, and it our repre
sentative's name Is wrltteu rightly there is
no reason why it should not be trans
mitted correctly and appear prop
erly in the public prints. When Mr. Ir
via introduces an Important bill into the
general assembly as ho has on several
occasions already done and will do in
the future, we want to sea the credit
given to him and not to Mr. "Irwin"
or Mr. "Erwiu." or Mr. "Irviag," but
to the Hon. A. II. Irvin, I-r-v-i-n, Irviu,
a gentleman who has spent labor and
time enough in the interest ot the public
to entitle him to his right name from one
end of the state to the other.
UII T THE UOVURE4NMEX THINK
We give below the opinions of some ot
the most prominent members of congress
on the electoral commission's decision Iu
the case of Florida. These expressions
of opinion and feeling were taken down
by the Washington correspondent ci the
New York Herald:
Abram S. Hewitt said : The report is
tilled with bitterness forme, but 1 can
find a draught of sweetness in it."
Ilurd, of Ohio : "Expecting nothing, 1
am not disappointed."
Hill, of Georgia: "If the ruling Is as
reported, Oregon will surely save us."
llopkin, of Pennsylvania : "It means
Hayes and Wheeler."
Siiyler, of Ohio : "At this rate, my lei-low-citizens,
Hayes will be counted in."
Blackburn, of Kentucky : "Never had
any faith In the Arbitration bill, but still,
I have hope."
Uen. Anderson, of Illinois: "It is all
lilce, of Ohio: "Where did the
chances f Tlhleu appear better than in
Whltthorne, of Tennessee: "I have
Ome. Bia.lltlix EillAVrvar. Cornet Xwirtl Btrt evn.d.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1877.
been discoiirpged ever since I heard the
first decision of the commission."
Knot', of Kentucky : "I have stopped
thinking about the subjct ever sinre
the bill passed."
Caullield, of Illinois: "If we do not
get Louisiana and Oregon, acoree 183 for
Douglass, of Virginia: ! wlh I had
voted acalnt the bill."
I.mi, of New York: "I think we have
a strong chance In Louisiana."
Cox, of New York : "O, Lord ! Ilouey.
let me alone."
Meade: "I am in iihA' snrpiied or de
jected." McMahon. ot Ohio: "The judicial
character of the eommision is iu our
favor when Louisiana U reached."
Senator Jones, ot Nevada, said : "The
result Is not what I expected, and I don't
know w hat to say about It."
Harrison, of Illinois: "Hope is the
mainspring of hd?; why should we
Sparks, ot Illinois: "It looks as thouifh
the report tli at the commission is gov
erned by partisan sentiment is true."
Mills, of Texas : "This changing of
leaders of the choir iu the middle of the
tune never united me. I voted against
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Bold Very Close.
Oorrjfr 19th 8t. and OommeretaJ At,
C. 0. FATTER & CO.
MUM. I U
To the) Working- '!. We are now
prered to funiixh all clnrsen with constant em
pliij inent at home, the whole of the time, or for
their spare moment. l!uines new, liirht and
profitable. l'ron of either sex easily earn
ironi docetit to $' per evening, and a propor
tional sum by devoting their whole time to the
basines. Itoy. acd girl earn nearly a roarh
a men. That all Who see this notira mav send
their address and te-t the business we make this
unparalleled offer: To such are not well aatis
fied we will send one dollar to pay fr the
truubl of writinr. F'nll particulars, smaple
worm several dollar to commence work on,
and a copy of Home and Fireside, one of the
lariteftt and be t illustrated publications, all sent
tree by mail. , Reader, if voti want permanent,
profltalile work OiOMoE Sriasoji A Co, 1011
W. II. MABEAN, M. D. -
(Dr. Rrighnm' Succe-or )
Office : 136 Commercial Ave.
special attention Riven to the treatment of
Chronic Ii.eas and dise-es teruliar 10 fe
males. O. D WIIaIaIAMSON,
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the medicine to me is worth s doilar. "
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Want of epace con el me to conclude.
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moil invaluable. It doe4 not heal externally
alone, but penetrates with the most eesp-hintf
cueeisio uic very root 01 tneevil.
Invariably cure the following diseases
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all disease affecting these ontans, whether
ther secrete too much or tuo lium s.ir ,
whether they be afflicted with stone or irravel, or
with aches and pain settled in the loins over the
region of the kidney these Pills should be ta
ken according o the printed direction, and the
Ointment should I well rubbed into the small ol
the back at bed time. This treat men t will Rive
almo4t immediate relief when all other mean
For Stomachs Out of Order.
So medicine will so effectually improve the
tone of the stomach a these Pills; they remove
aU acidity occasioned either bv intemperance r
improper diet. '1 hey reach tf,e liver and reduce
,u im-iiii -iiii;tiie.i are wonderfully eflioa
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curing all diHorders o. the liver and stemach.
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1 hroats, Stone and (iravel, Tu-IionltretJx,
Tumors, fleers, Worms of til kinds, Weakness
Irom auy cause, etc.
None are genuine unless the signature of J.
Haydock. a ageat for the I'm ted Mutes, sur
rounds each box of Pills, and IMntinenu A
handaonie reward will he given to any one ren
dering such information as may lead to the
detection of any party or parties counterfeiting
the medicine or vending the same, knowing
them to I spurious.
Sold at the in inofactory of Professor FIol
Lowav A Co. . New i ork, and by all respectable
druggist aud dealers iu medicine throughout
the civilized world, iu boxea at 2i cento, t2
Cents and 1 each.
t3 There is cmiidcrible saving by taking the
bi riier sizes.
N. B. Directions for the guidance of patient
in every disorder are ailixed to each box
Office, 112 Liberty St., New York.
Thin great International Exhibition, de
signed to commemorate the one hundredth
anniversary of American Independence,
opened May loth, and w ill close November
loth, HTo. All the nations ot the world
and all the state and territories of the Un.
ton are participating in this wonderful de
monstration, bringing together the most
comprehensive collection tt art treaures,
mechanical inventions, tcitatilic discover
eries, inxnufacturiug achievement.-, miner
al specimens, and agricultural products
ezer exhibited. The grounds devoted to
the exhibition are situated on the line ol
the Pennsylvania Railroad and embrace 4To
acres of tarmount Park, all highly im
proved and ornamented, on which are
erected the largest buildings ever construc
ted Cveof there covering an area of titty
acres and costing 3,0u0.000. The total
number of buildings erected for the pur
poses of the exhibition is near two hun
dred. During the thirts days immediately
following the opening of the exhibition a
milliou and a tjuatter of people visited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
THE OBEAI TSTOK 1I5S
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U.S.
Is the mos, direct: convenient aud econom
ical way ol reaching Philadelphia and this
great Exhibition irom all sections of the
couutry. Its trains too and Irom Philadel
phia will pass throufla a grand Centennial
depot, which the company bus erected at
the main entrance to the Exhibition
grounds lor the accommodation of passen
gers who wi h to stop at or start Irom the
numerous large hotels contiguous to this
station anc the Exhibition-a convenience
oi the greatest value to visitors, and att'ord
ed exclusively by the Pennsylvruia Kail
tiad, which is the only line running direct
o the Centennial buildings. Excursion
rains will also stop at the Encampment of
he Patmns of Husbandry, at Eim Station
on this road.
The Pennsylvania Railroad U the grand
est railway organization in the world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roadway,
forming continuous lines to Philadelphia,
New York, llaltimore, and Washington, over
which luxurious day and night car are
run from Chicago, ht. Louis, Louisville, ciu
rinnati, Indiauupoli, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie withous change.
Its main line i laid v, lie double and third
tracks of heavy steel railsjupon a deep bei
of broken stone ballast, and its bridghs are
all of iron or stone. Its passenger trains
are equipped with cery knoAn Improve
ment tor comfort and sttcty, and are run at
faster speed for greater distance thvn the
train of aoy line on the continent. The
company nas largely increased its equip
ment for Odtcnuial travel, aud will be pre
pared to build iu its own shops, at short
notice sutUelent to fully accommodate any
any extra demand, 'ihe unequalled re.
sources at the commsnd of the comniinv
ot the company guarantee the most perfect
accommodations tor all its patrons during
the Centennial Exhibition.
The mairmnceut scenery for which the
Penusylvauia Kailroud is so justly celebra
ted ureseut to the traveler over its perfect
roadway an ever-cliangim panorama ot
river mountain and landscape view une-
tpialed in America.
The eatimr station en this line are un
surpassed. Meals will be furnlbhed at suit
able hours and air pie tune allowed tor tn
Excursion tickets, at reduced rates, will
be sold at all the prlm lpul railroad ticket
oilice iu the West, Nona west and South
west. He sure that your ticket read via the
tireat Pennsylvania route to the Centen
nial. h HANK THOMSON, D. M. BOYD, Jr.,
lien. Manager. Oen. Paxs'r Agt
CHARTERED MARCH 81. 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. 9AFFORD, President.
S. 8 TAYLOR, Vice President.
W. HYSLOP, Seo'yaiwt Treasurer
P.W. Baktlat, Chas. GALionaa,
r. M. hTocnn.ETH, ParLl. Hcbuh,
a. II. CCWNIKORAat. H. L. HALLIDAV,
J. 11. Puiixir.
INTEREST paid on dcposiM at the rate el six
per cent per annum, March 1st and Septem
ber 1st. Interest not withdrawn is added imme
llately to the principal of the deposit, thereby
living tbern compound intexeet
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open every busineeeday from 9a.m. to 8 p.m.
mi Saturday evening for saving deposit only
rom 6 to 8 o'clock.
W. HYSLOP. Trsanrsr.
r tlros. President. H. Wells, Cashier.
P. NefT. Vice Pres'L T. J. Kertb, Asst. aah'r
mm gquhtt m
Corner Commercial Ave. aad 8t Street
K. Rrfs, Cairo. Wm. Kluge, Cairo.
P. Seff, Cairo. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
A . Sn.anka, Cairo. R. L. Itlllingsley, t. Loui
E. Ruder, Cairo. H. Well, Cairo.
F. II. Hrlnkman. St. Louis.
J. T. Clemson, Caledonia.
Uenernl Ranking- Rnalneaa Done.
rj-Exchange sold and bought Interest paid
"i n "vn'' Dejiartment. Collection made,
mem uniiuuur atuwaeu to.
City National Bank
W. P HALLIDAY, President.
HENRY L. HALLIDAY, Vice Pre, t.
A. II HS.FFORD, Caahie.
WA' rr ; UVSLOP. Aaa't Cashier.
8. 8TAATS TAVLOB, R. H. CO MOHAat,
II L. Hallidav, W. P. Ha u.i oat,
U. D. Wjlxiamsow. Stxpiien Hi HO,
A B. BArroHD,
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received and a general banking
AND C AND EE
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Vatiosal Baik Building:, op-stairs.
The Oldest EeUblih4 Aarenoy la 8outt3
ra Illinois, representing ovr
165 OOO 000
FIKE AND LIFE
Policies are issued on the most favor
able terms by
General Issi-rance Aclnt. .
Nnnnil and Honest Com
An. pittites Represented.
OFFICH-Iu th Alexander County Bunk,
"1 f CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
The Centaur liniments aiUy
pain, subdue swellings, heal burns, and will cure
Rheumatism, feuuviu. and anv flesh, bone or
muscle aliment rt" l Wrapper 1 for
lauiily use, the Yellow Wrapper fur animal.
A list of the ingredient are contained around
each bottle. Hieyare thiap, eedy, and cer
The certain, speedy ,nd mae
remedy forchllJren, UPlU'her'sCasloria. It Is
as pleasant to take as honey and as certain la it
effect a Castor Oil. For Wind Colic, Worm
Sour Stomach, aud Disordered ItowrU, there
nothing like C asioria.
Dealer in Fresh Meal.
Between Wskiiurtoa aatd Oossrel
Avsnoee, adjoinlna; UAnay'a.
T?r BFPS for aal th bsst 8, Perk, Ma
XV Veal. Lamb, teuaage, Ac., aud s
T!ii U (errs aaauflles la arsntaUl
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Healer is
WOfEH OF ALL KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MISSR. 8MTTII A CO. hare Sonatantly
a large stock ot th beat goods in the mar
ket, and give especial attention tolbe ftbolesal
ranch of the business.
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the oar-load
i,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
aromptly attended to.
tTo large consumers and all
nanufacturers, we are prepared
to Bupply any quantity, by the
oionth or year, at uniform rates.
caibo crrr coal coxpaxt.
Et!i!'fT Bro.'a office, No. TOOhloTvee.
fcj-nairiday Bro. ' wharf boat,
r i"At Kn-nititn Mills, n.
&At the Coal Dump, foot of Ttinty-Elghth
CfPost Office Drawer, xm.
No 80 Ohio Levee,
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TEAM nOA TH.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Padaoah, Shawneetown, Evans
ville, LouisTille, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant side-wheel steamer
A'altxh n. Penniiiotos-.... Master
Juahlms Pbnkihuton Clerk
Will leave Cairo every WEDXF.SDAY at 6
o'clock n. in.
The fleet steamer
RCN HOW ABO.,
J .caves Cairo every SATURDAY.
K.ach boat makes closs connections at Cairo
; . riu.nlaad .luni.p. fn. Kl 1 .till. MeJTl-
nu u. oi-vim. (ABiu... .... " .
phis and New Orleans, and at Evanaville with
Ins K.AC K. K. tor au points Rons auu casi.
acd with the Ixiuisvllle Alail Steamer foh all
points on the upper jbio, giving- uirouu re
ceipts on freight and passenger to all ioinU
For urther information apply to
aol.. SILVER, Passenger Agent.
HALLIUAY BROS., j A-eBU
J. M. PHILLIPS, le
Or to U. J. tiRAMMKR,
Sutierintendent and Geueral Freight Agent,
lu-vViu-lr. kvaaavilla Indiana.
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
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Room and Board, lit and 2d
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Roem and Board, 3d Moor sa . 00 Par Dar
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A limited aumlier or very ieelrable lamlly
l'! can feared at reasonable rates lor the
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toti , L2ir?- KotwHhatsnaing th, "iSS
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usual, be liberally ropplied with the Very sssf
erything that ess be found la market.
Fine large tample room for commercial trav
elers, on ground floor, free of charge.
. rlTAll bagganof gut ooa vey ed to and Iron
the hstel without charge
St. K. EDREW,
PAIHT AMD OIL.
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Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
r7all Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades. o.
aJways on hand, the celebrated illuminating
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Attorney at Law.
OrriCB : At reaioVnoe on Ninth Street, between
nasmncton avenue and Vt alnut Street.
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