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CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
t"W.. XV. rYATT OO.,
3INDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Bnlldlnf . Cor- Tw" lr
and WMbincton Atwm,
If-Colin trend n.ilroadWoffc a Specialty
lifFicit Hours rToin 7M a.m. to 6:30
p.m.; Sunday Irom 7 to 9 a.m. Money
Or.U r 8:00 ,'ia. to 5:00 p.m.
t.n. I rn.
a.m. r M.
1:99 1 Illinois Central II K
.' 10:00 ( Dally.
1 :.' (Miss. Central R R
10:00 J Cairo Vlnrennee
i K R Ily. .
10:00 (Cairo, Arkansas A
i Trial It H lHaily .
6:00 J Ohl "Iver llouto
I Daily nc't Monday
I i Mutt. Itivrr iiunte
. L'p. Sun. Tu. fri.
I i Duwn.Tu.Thu Pat.
MI Tbebf Route
I Friday Saturday
O. VT. McKbaio. P. M.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.
TKAIX t-BATB CAIRO
Hull at .....ll:op. ro .Daily.
Kxtirena at S.r p. m . .. "
rri(rht at 40 a. m...Exopt Sunday.
I reight at - 4:)8 p. in.- " "
AbBIVB AT CAIRO
Mull at 1:20a. m Illy.
k.xpreM at-..... 1 :4S p. m-.EXrtept Bunday.
freight at -. . T:' p. m.- Hunday.
freight a'. . liOJ m... . Sunday,
JAMES JOHNSOK. Arant.
ST. LOUIS JRON MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
Kxpreas leavee Cairo dally .......
Exprwis arrives at Cairo daily
x.I:00 p. m.
..zTirMi. arrives at Cairo tlalir a. TO .
Accnrojno.lallon leaves Cairo daily 2:00 a. m.
ArcoinmodaUon arrives daily (except
nundavl ...11:00 a. IB.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
"We Have Come to Stay!"
!PJIK trains of tbit company connect at Bt
A Louis and kantn. Louis, with all Uwr
l.nee to tb Sortb, Kml and Weal.
! eave Cairo....-....
irrlieetst. Louis. .
Leave East 8t Latls ..... 8 4 a.m.
IrrlV ' i i -m - : p.m.
J. L. HIVC L, General Superintendent.
J. A. WE" Z liemrel Pangr Agent.
W.U. MACPARLAND. Agent.
0AIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles the Shortest to
ICCT.S, mctoti U'uimi
34 Miles the Shortest to
SIX HOURS SAVED
OVEn TRAIN or
ALL OTHER ROADS
Making Samo Connections,
Paemsrers) by othor routes to make
Connection, mast ride nil nisrht wait
insr from One to Six Hour at
mall country aiationB for
trair s of oonneotina road.
Remember that fact and take our
6:03 a. m. Trainreaching
m it it' ...J,'. :!,.,; fVHi connection with wuat preceues an ioi
I?i:i7u!i, haila'.POlli. 6',a:iS:iU,lJ:UTiii8 iowg, that my appeal is made ito the peo-
i iainsltare and arrive at Cairo, as follows:
rhroua tickeU and i-herkt to all important
F. A. MILLER, H. t. MOBKI1X,
Ucn' Pass. Ag't. u.?"!1
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
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tb. on, i ir.4tB.ak MlioluM o.a S prtl
.1 tautj t'j vtilar ekfirkv. anyMr.
Care Guaranteed in all Cases
nndertaltoa. . . .
iniuiuutou p.rvn.H. m br Wt'r tre ens iwrift.
CkMu ruMuUn ul McraipuwlxKM .irlcUjr tatmuu.
Ug I II I . u 1. h .
Of tSS pt to uf Ail4rMa. Maurtlf mUS. for tat?
tlfeo fcourt (tun S A. U P. U
DISPENSARY j Vlii'
Thirty tin riprirnre to the tranluwat ot Sexual and
"SlalTL A Phl0l04l0Al Vlw or Marruuis
1!mM WCvt ,l- lii&prirM.ift IkA wuil. l.t.H.
U'Arri.Kv, ou the utyrwriee ul repruducl-
mulioud ud wiBnh " Hlrated book ot ai PSf..
"J prii Kiu.. Uh elwuid be kept uukf WV u4
luo eiio t" kt. lunrmiucioi youin,
t TTT.-. i K K eM' v ha. tiiO aLkaMS Aptd tl.aw
H.bu, ., 40 . e wurk wet uef sejl Ifcif
Hires beoke eiiTeloias 0 pejeeiMew-T'M
i!.-5sc?s sars'Saiia oil
u,i null f ..If lhuM In !"'"' ""' ' '
t.,rtf T.i,.r. iuer MM, H.-1 niu,-li.a; .! U S4
wii. K..lnl :aUnt (nick! nl.
T oi M U , IT
IlEXDRrcm will go to Europe
If ayes to expected in Washington
early part ot next wek.
Ionx I'iatt was arretted on Wednes
day and released on five hundred dollars
Tub rinderpest hat appeared In Eng
land and the town authorities are taking
stringent measures to Isolate local out
breaks. President Gram U not going to give
a big cabinet dinner. He and hit lamlly
will leave the white home In a very un
The Illinois and St. Louis Bridge Co.
are employing about o.ie hundred and
filty carpenters and laborers to take
down the Iron trusses and piers in the
burnt part of the SL Louis bridge, and
are Intending to put up a wooden trestle
bridge, to accommodate the railroad
trains an early as possible.
The Indiana house of representative!
has passed a bill allowing married wo
men the right to insure their husband's
lives for their own benefit. In conjunc"
tion with this, the Indiana legislators
should pass a bill forbidding the poison
ing of rats by means of arsenic, ttryen.
nine or other deadly drugs.
Oxk of the Maine electors was a post
master when he was elected, a post-master
when ho voted and is still a post
master. The Republicans in congress
knew ot the matter but kept as comfort
ably quiet when the vote ot the state was
being counted as thougfc every one
was perfectly fair and honest.
The errand iurv of the District of
Columbia has found a true bill against
Donn Piatt lor a seditious publication and
a warrant was issued for bis arrest on
Wednesday. An article la bis paper
the Caoiial. written on the decision of
the commission on the Louisiana caw,
was the basis of the action against him ;
the particular part regarded as seditious
was this :
It a man thus returned to power can
ride in safety from the executive mansion
to the caDitol. to be inaugurated, we are
fitted for tlie slavery that will follow the
iuauguraiton. , , ,
W e do not believe the people of the
Unit d States are ot this servile sort. We
do not believe that they are prepared,
without a blow, to part w ith their hard
earned, blood-sUined possession.
Notice is now served on the citizens of
Louisiana and South Carolina that
they must care for themselves. How
soon lamp-posts will bear fruit Is for
them to say. To the people of the North
and West notice is given mat an me ion
to which they are subjected, that bond
holders and monopolisms may fatten, se
cure, Is repaid by do security lor their
rights, and that a shrinkage of values is
now in order. If there is a law lor iraud,
there is reason for violence. And to that
we may make our last appeal.
Tiatt has published a card explanatory
of the "seditious" article in which he
"To those who know me it Is not nec
essary tor me to say that nothine was
further from my thought in penning the
editorial of last Sunday than the horrible
orient B-ssassi nation. Open resistance
to a revolutionary wrong lor wnicn mere
seems no other remeay is one ming, as
sassination Is another. In the sentence
. .rrnnvlv commented upon and de-
nmin..,i it will aDDear. when taken in
. w . . ----- . - , 1 1 i
eai people are not assassins, nor
thev submit tamely to wrong."
n H M Till IIUL tl LIIW aeeaw."ai
It is lnderstood that previous articles
in the same paper, regarded as libelous
on President Grant, will be officially no
ticed in a criminal prosecution for libel
on the president.
The Ava Rtgitter, published in Jack-
sou county, is displeased with Mr. lryin.
the representative from Alexander. In
the opinion ot the Regitter, Mr. Irvin has
committed an unpardonable sin against
the press by a bill he lately Introduced
into the legislature. The Register says :
"Representative lrvln, from Alexan-
w rnnnrv. la determ uea to ao some
thing: to make hi-uself a name, ii it is
only such as Mr. Plater acquired the last
session, nr. iryin nas mirouuccu um
to reocal the law requirlnir the punuca-
tion ot the delinquent tax list in news
papers, but requiring the list to be posted
in the county ciera a imicu. m.
nr u a snlendid thine to neiD eiect iep-
resenUtlves, but a poor thing when it is
an Instrument to give Intelligence to lax
navrrs. or to Inform them the amount ot
taxes they have been levied upon to sup
port said representatives. There is not
a farmer or tax-payer in the state that
would not rather pay the pitiful sum re-
mitred to subscribe for a country paper
anl get the delinquent list, in preference
tn u.Tinp his work: to make a trip to the
county clerk's office to see whether bis
namo ll on ine aeunqueuij vr hw
p. trvin la a irood mctroDolltan, Nichol
bah nivamanr. kid love representative,
Hut- fnro-ota that there are tarmers and
wnrtrliicr men in the country that bave
no time or Inclination to go to the county
clerk's office lor county news. We hope
his bill will be repudiated.
We do not propose to discuss the mer
its ot Mr. Irvln's bill at this time, but
do wish to Inform the Regitter that
its estimate ot Mr. lrvln as a legislator is
not correct. For years past, bis business
associations were of a character te
place nim in dally contact with
all classes of the people, the
tax-psylng people of both town and
0xLoe. aVheAlemja ilHlr. Oamtt Twalatfe. ItrMt aim. 4. yrtkltB aOa-w-amLet.
country. In one sense of the word, new
to the business of the general assembly,
he has a far better idea of what the people
need and of what it It would be good lor
them to have, than many men have who
bave - made serving the public in
the capacity of legislators a busi
ness. Though not a horny-handed
Granger, Mr. lrvln Is preelsely the op
cesite of the description applied to him
by the R'gitter, which, in its fear that It
may lose the possible chance of publish
ing a deliuquent tax-list at some period
In Its existence, has been betrayed into
misrepresenting to its readers a gentle
man who deserves different treatment at
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIBO
A. B. BAFTORD, President.
8 8 TAYLOR. Vice President.
W. HYSLOP. Sec'y and Treasurer.
P.W. Babcxay, Cbas. Gauorbb,
r. M. Btocktlbth, PaclO. Scam,
R. 11 . CumtweBAjt . 11 L. ILlllbiat,
1. at. Phillips.
TNTEREST paid on denoaltt at th rate of sis
i. per oent. per annum, Jdareh lit and Septem
Mr 1st. Interest not withdrawn U added irame
1 lately to the principal of the deposit, thereby
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else oan draw it.
Opracrery bnmBeasday rromSa.m. to 8 p.m.
ad Saturday evenings for savings deposits only
torn S to S o'clock.
W. HTSXOP. TreamrT.
Xeff. Vice Pres'U
H. Wlls, Casbier.
T. J. Kertn, Asst. ash' I
mm wm mi,
Corner Commercial Ave- a4 8t
r. nroes. Cairo. Win. Klnge, Cairo.
1'. httt, Cairo. Wax Wolfe, Cairo.
A . Snjianka, Cairo. R.UBlUiocsley,at.Loula.
E. Ruder, Cairo. H. Walls, Cairo.
r. H. Brlnkman, Be Looia,
J. Y. Clemaoa, Caledonia.
A deacraa BsakUr BbbImcm Dse.
Cf-Excbange sold and booffht . Interest paid
a the Savings Department. Collections made,
ad all biuin ess promptl v attended to.
City National Rank
CAPITAL - - 1100,000
W. P RA.LLTDAY, President.
HENRY L. HALLIDAY, Vloe Prtst.
A. H AFFORD, CAohlcf.
WA1TKR HY6LOP. Asa 'I Cashier.
Staats Tatlob, R. H. CrwtKOBAM,
L. IlALLIDAT, W. P. IlAU.IDAT,
(a. l. WlLLLAMSOX, STBrBKN BlRO,
A B. Batfokd,
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bougnt ana ooia.
TNEPOBITS reoeired and a general .banking
X-f business aone
The Centaur Liniments a,U)
pain, subdue swellings, heal burns, and will cue
Rheumatism, BoaTin. and anr flexh. bone or
muscle aliment ' h A if i Wrapper is for
(umllT no. the Yellow Wrapper for animals.
A list or tnr tnrreuieni. are coniainau arouna
each botu. 'XIh:v are cheap, speedy, an cer
The certain, Bpeedy M, Uml(a
resnedy forcfclldwn, U Pitcher's Castoria. Itis
as pleasant to take as honey and as certain in its
effects as Castor Oil. For Wind Colic, Worms
Soar Stomach, end Disordered Bowels, there
nothing like Castoria.
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Hatioaal Bask Building, p.tairt.
rh Oldeat Eatabllahad Aarenoy la 8oatt2
m uuaoia, repraaenting ovw
165 OOO 000
FIKE AND LIFE
Policies are Issued on
able terms bv
the most favor-1
General Insvbakce Aoknt.
but sissnad anel Hoaeas v
OcTlCE-Ia tbe Alexander County Bank,
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