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CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
A.. W. PTATT e CO.,
BINDERS AN!) RUNK BOOK
Bulletin BntldlnsN Cor. Twelfth (tree
and WMOlacton Anue,
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. AVEDNESDAY, APRIL 25 1877.
Dmci IIoTnto Kroin 7:30 t.tn. to 6:30
p.m.; Humliy from 7 to 9 a.m. Money
Order 8:(J0 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
a.m. r m,
il:3 i Illinois Central K K
10:30 1 Mill. Onlrul R U
10 (0) Cairo A Vlneenne
Cairo, Arkansas 4
Trial H It Dally.
thl lver Route
Dally etc.'t Monday
Mis Kiver Komi
I'p, Hun. Tu. Fri.
J Tlit-W Itoutr
I Friday A Haturlay
O. W. McKbaio. r. u.
ST. L0UIS,IR0N MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
Kipress leave Calrodsily -.IfOp. m.
Sipr. arrive at Cairo dally :'a. ru.
AccomiiifMiation Imf i ( irj daily ...'i:oa. ni.
Accomodation arrive daily (except
Bundavl - - U :" m.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
rllK Iraini of thl company tonne t at St
Lei an 1 hatit. Lnuia, with all other
e to the .orlli, Hl nl Heal.
Arm atM. Louis..
'. F.aM St. l.ciii - ":! m
Irrtv at Cairo .. , ,............. ;') p.m
1 irket aud Kreigbt Ag-ent. (inn.
.1. A. WENT. Oenirl Passenger Agent.;
.1. A HELL. Agental Lain
0AIR0 & VTNCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles the Shortest to
34 Miles the Shortest to
OYER TKIV F
ALL OTHER ROADS
Making Samo Connections,
itiiu(n bv othur routes to tasks
Connections muat ride all night wait
id from Uut to Si Hour t
mail country tat ion a for
trains of counectintr road.
Ranieinber that fact and take our
6:03 a. ru. Train,, reaching
k SAME DAY.
Train leave and arrive atCaiio
Mined " -
Vlail arrive -
f. ' 0 a. tn
. T:::" p. in.
., 0!0 p. in.
Tlirouirh ticket and clietk to all Important
r. A. MILLER. H. L.
Oen' I'M. Aft.
I'm u a. Agent.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale end Retail Dealer In
"YIN EH OF ALL KIN UN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
9 CAIRO. ILLS.
a CO. have sonatanlW
. 1...... .ib r. tha hMt rootio in Uiv niar
t, ana give espn'.iai "
aOCD Ol IDC DUftlUBaa
UIIS. CANINE & WniTLOCK,
Having entered Into co-partnerihip. for the
CI ' v,.. u-oiiVl resDcctlullT iulorm those need-
uitfUie ervioof .tenUl operator, that Uiey
ii prepared ta attend to their want in every
'"'Jnllins of teeth done In the not tatiila-
trv manner, inwiinn iun m
WAVI Wliu a ....i 1 ,
vnJ.T ... ..I.,,.. ....ntf-.nv bihI iiuiiirul uxtire.fciloil
tT.Vahle me lott contour aud nutural exprejiioii
!.Mhe muM improved inethoda and iiiatwial.
TuetiretrUeJ ahwluuly without paiu by
"v-'eW.n wgVlo to .11. to call and
a thm and .olieit a libera alwre Of their pat-
lf p....,vial avenue, between biu ana am !
' MISFIT OAKPETS.
rnMUh BniHseU. Tbree Ply d
IJlUliia, u 1 "-'v
at th Old J'lace
112 FULTON ST.. NEW YORK
-.-not. i.arefull Hacked and to ao
part o( tb l'nttd State, tree ofcnarife.
IflEND rOR'FUICE Lilt."
J A. BS9DALL
GOOD POLITICAL SENSE.
Address of Governor Hampton
to the Colored Citizens of
'Ktrry Ni) a Carttllnlai, While
SJisrli, I" od- llimv."
(5if ial to the New Yolk Heeald )
CiiaM-Rrroy, April 19, ir77. (loTtrnor
Iiimpton' tay In the city to-day ha been
attended mltb a repetition, nilnu the
military dUplay.of the ovation wttn w hich
he wa received yehterday. At noon the
OovefDor held a publlo reception at tte
city ball upon the isyiUtloa of toe maror,
and wa visited ty hundred ot colored
Hepubllcan. aroont? whom were nearly all
the prominent leader! the county.
1CLKE8S OF Till GOVKRXOR.
TJurtnirthe renctfon the covernor. In
repone to a call from the colored citizen
addretn-ed them a lonow:
MY FRIEXH8 OF CHARLESTON: It give
me great pleasure to rue t ou, and par
ticularly aoto ineetio uiany of the colored
citizen of Charleston on thli occkion. 1
want tou nartleularltr. not only bere tut
throughout the whole state, to under.taad
precisely the conauion 01 anair anu iut
policy 1 represented in the late election.
I know that it it wry natural ior you o
;uppobe, having been rui.leu in o many
lucuncet, that although a man who in a
candidate for office may make promUea
rnu CMtinot know what will be the retUlt
of tboe pledges until you see how the D0I
IcT has bean carried out. All that 1 have
to ay to you now and I ay it when vic
tory ha crowned our tnort u mat i
itanJ now precUely where I tood twelve
year ago. I wa the nrl man in America
certainly the tlrst in the eouth who ad
vocated the grouting 01 trie rigui 10 toip
to the colored man. Applause. That i
on record. Only a few dav ajro I aw In
the New York Tribune a statement made
by the editor, Wuitelaw Held, that in ipo
1 told him that the onnern nepuo..tu.
would want to take away the riht of vot-
Idk trom the colored people iotg oeiore
the .South ever would.
Dur nzthe lat canvaM I made a preoic-
tion that the colored people would verv
oon tind that tue ouly protection they had
for their elective frencui.e would be trom
the white men of the 8ouih. You will live
RIFlPLICaSS LEblRE FOR RK8TRIC1I05.
I waut to tell you an incident which hat
happened loce my election, w hen 1 wa
in veaihtnirtou recently five or six or more
prominent Kjpubiicn, met high in posi
tion, actually consulted me a to how the
vote of the colored man couiu tiesi no re
stricted. I tell you whit is true. My an-
We dou"t want the vote of the colored
mau takeu away or rettrkted, for, anlde
Irom the friendship we tctr xnis race,
their right to vote drive us thirty more
vote Id Congres. and when peace come
we are satuued that the uesi men in uoiu
race and party will vote together for the
commonwealth. We don't want to take
that richt away.'' Oreat applause. I
Mnd precisely In the position that I took
twelve years ago.
TIIR EI'VCATIOKAL yl'ESTlON.
1 w ant to lee the colored people educa
ted, and 1 renew here the Pledge Uat I
have heretofore made that we win give tue
colored people better lacilltie lor educa
tion than they have hitherto enioyeu.
fApplauie.l I shall use al my InUuence
to see to it that the mean ot education are
placed w ithin the rtfach of every eltizen t l
!outh Carolina; and when i fay every cuv
zon I do hot limit or cjualiiy the expre
SO TM3T1SCTION OF RACK OK NallOX
Ill fill every timn a Carolinian, whether
he is white or Mack, whether he 1 born
here, in the North or Europe, who t a good
citizen aul ha the interests of the state at
heart, aud he Is entitled to U the protec
tion that the law ot tu. state and ol the
United States can give Dim. I am pledged
to fulul every Drouma made tu the la-t
ranva. 1 ran ouly do that it the people of
South Caro ina w ill neio me. i can uo
nothing ot myn If. 1 may indicate to the
legislature what 1 consider a proper course
lor them U pursue, uui it is ior iiitm to
make the law. Aly duty is to execute
them and your duty i to send the tet
men to the legislature, Irrespective of rsce
CANDItlATBa I OR OFFJC-
Select no man for public olllce who is
not tit to Oil the position, I care not what
may be hi pontes or his race. Make it
your rule that you will place no man in of
fice unlet he 1 competent. If you elect
good men to make the laws I pledge to you
my nouor inattnoie law suau u irauieu
ao as to ultce everv man and woman ot
both races and parties upon an equal loot
ing before the law.
CO TO WORK.
We have just passed through an exctt
ine content. If u)T voice could reach cv
ery man in South Carolina, if I could im
press it upou them all as 1 feel it myself, if
we wish to consult tue oem interest, oi too
stute, if we want to build up aud bring
oeace and pro-penty lines, to uer suuny
nhu. I would aav to one and all, forget
tor awhile at least all about politics and de
void vourcl! to the material interest oi
the state. Uo to work; resolution will do
uotbing publio meetiugs will do nothing;
every man should place his shoul ier to the
wheel; he mut go 10 worn resoiuieiy, nou
estlv. earnestly and boldly iu tho discharge
of his duty to Dring oacic oarmony ana
unaulmitv betweeu the races at the south
1 know, idt IrienJs. you can do it. I tell
vou. dit colored fellow-citizens.that 1 havo
uot oue psriicie oi leuung pi ui-wiu agatnsi
a single individual o your race, and It so
happened that the first commission that 1
Lsued at governor ot tho state ot South
Carolina wat issued to a coioreu man, ana
a Republican at that. When t was in
Washington a colored Republican, au ex
olllce holder oi this state, Prof. (Jreeuer, of
the state University, came to me and
asked for a recommendation. I told him
that 1 could not understand what value
niv recommendation would be te him, but
upon hit renewing hi request 1 crave htm
a Utter, and I old the presideut that I bad
not iuleaded to give him any recomuaen-
dation of the late aaminisuauon in i-outu
CMval us.but asureener was a coioreu
man. had voted lor Hayes, and stumpod
the state for Chamberlain, 1 thought I
could attord to mske an exception in his
Afl'EAL FOR Bla AUM1KISTRATI0K.
What I say to you bere I wish every man
to reneat. i only tay to you. judge the ad-
mluistration ny us acts, i uon i waui you
tAhaeonia Ueniocrat or l onservative.
aak vou to tor?et all about politics, and 1
only want the support of those men in
south Carolina who ueueve tnai i aw
landing on the constitution, obeying tte
law aud keeping my oath to see jmtico
done to every mau iu South Carolina. 1
have the right at governor of the state to
ask that, l have the right to appeal to
the people who have elected me, and ask
them to bold no my hand as long at 1 am
doing HgUt. wheu I aut dclng wroug let
them turn their backt upon me. If w hite
men and blacu men will do this and try and
lorset all the animosity engendered dur
ing tut pst struggle, U tbey will remem
ber only that they art Carolinians, that we
all have to live bere together on this c 11,
that when we die our nones will crumble
war together In the bosem of this old
earth that gave us birth; If you will vote
yourselves heart and hand to build up the
state I tell you that before two years have
passed away there will be no parties in thit
state to divide the people on state politics.
There may b iu u,Bft polities, but
there will be so strong a Party of white and
black men united together that, practi
cally, we will have no domestic divisions.
1 have worked and am working for noth
ing else, and 1 pledge vou mv honor that
It wa the hope to bring about that state of
tmngs ana oniy mat nope, so help me God,
that induced me to be a candidate for gov
ernor. 11 It is given to me to bring peace,
it it given tome to restore the prosperity
ol this state, to eee ell our people happy
and properoes, I will feel that my w ork
has been done and I will then be compen
sated for every sacrifice that I have made.
You and I may not live to see this era, but
our children and our children's children
will rise up and ble the men that worked
out their redemption.
SFFKCT OF THE FXKCH.
This addres wa heard by the audience
with profound interest and reepect, and
the plain, manly words so candidly uttered
produced marked effect upon his col
ored hearers, many of whom onenly ex
preyed their satisfaction.
FORTY VkUKS Ui.FOUE TUE Pl'BLIC.
DR. C. M?LANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
countenance i palo and
. leaden-col jied, with ocrasional
flashes, or a i.irctimscrilx?''. sjot on
one or both cheeks ; the eyes become
dull; thepujilsdi!ale: an azure semi
circle tuns along the lower eye-lid;
the ncfee ia irritated. swelU.and some
timws bleeds ; a s. veiling of the upper
lip; occasional headvh?, with hum
ming or throbbing of the ears ; an
unusual sjcrv.iio.1 of sJiva; slimy or
furred tongu;; brc.it h vty f.ul, par
ticularly in the morning; appetite
variable, sornet i m .-s voracious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
in the s:oma.h ; occasional nausea
and vomiting; violent pains through
out the abdomen ; L jwcls irregular,
at time.' costive ; stool--, f limy ; not
unfre'1'i.mtly thged with blood;
belly swollen r.n I hard ; urine tur
bid ; respiratioi occasionally diffi
cult, and acrompanied by hiccough;
cough somctiniiMdrv and convulsive;
uneasy and ditailx.-1 sleep, with
grinding of the Udh ; temper varia
ble, but generally niiULle, etc.
Whenever the alve symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. Mri..M.'S VT.RMirUGE
Will certain!;, tfil-1 a cure.
1 1 I'Ml'S NOT i ' i :. MI I;C URV
n any f iim ; i: i . an imiwi.ei't papa
ration, .'c.f.-.V cy '.- ;' snnh
est injury A iWil A n.cr i'ljant.
I he genuine l:c M I.ANt's Ver-
Mirt'fiE licats tl.e h.n.ituus oi C
Lane and l"i.i..nsj iJi-.o:. cn the
DR. C. tLANE'S
Tliesi? IMl.i mo ti.it !v;yrum.'udecl
a a ivmi .1 i'.f "..11 t'.i.j ilh that
lloah i) Ity 'n l ," bu id i u'.vtioiis of
the Live.-, 1 ii :. 1 Ij.lious Com
plaint -, I y -4 ; . ia ;iet Head
ache, cr li -.-a of t!rtt cliaiacter,
thev tlaii 1 . i.hout a iiv-1.
AGUE AM) FL'VER.
No L.tter t .i::Ki. '.!- can be used
preparatory t ), cr niter taking (ui-
a umpli p'.ivgauva tney re
BEWARE OF I-'ilT ATlO-X".
gouume tue iiovt cttgnr
L.ich box lias a rel wax teal on
the lid, with the imnression Dir.
MVLane's Liver Pii.is.
Laeh wraTiiievl.v.irs tliesisnnturon
of C. MVLanf. and Fi.emincj JJros.
.Sold bv ull respectable tlrinruits
and country stoit kerpers rally.
To every reader of this paper who euds lis Ik s
certlrlcute and (1 we will forward, for one year.
'ihe imuure." a magmnceni jim.iruiea
Monthly Journal and Ilouaekeept'r's Magazine,
and one copy of our new and elegant premium
"ASKlMi A L.SSlU. "
masteri ivc ot the lMisselderf school cf genre
liaiutmg, by 1'rot. JorUan, sue i2xi.iy.., ex
ecuted In the highest style of tu art. lletail
nrii of. which is r. and a copy of the follow
ing beautiful poem descriptive of ihe chrouio, in
elegant uiuiuiiiuiea color iur inuaing .
Art but wait, good wiie, a minute;
1 have Urn a word to say
Ia ou know what to dav i-
Mother, 'tis our weddiu- d) I
Just as BJW. W ant .1 auMter
vf hen the guest had guns away I
You utt that side, I ttt this ii,t,
Porty years ago to-day I
Then what plans we laid together;
What brave tilings I meant to do!
Could we dream to-day would Had it
At thi table me and vou?
Better so, no doubt and yet t
(sometime tliluk 1 cannot tell
Had our boy ah, yel 1 know, dearj
Ye, tie doeth all thing well.
Well we've had our Joy and sorrows,
Mimed our mule as well as tear
And the heal of all-l'v had Jaur
Paltbl'ul love lor forty v ears I
Poor we've been, but not forsaken :
Urief we've known, but never shatne-
- I aiher for Thy smile. meii'le
Ulill we bless Thy Uolynainei
A M SMSaapsatt This is a rars. oliaaes
LX I A, HI IM ' I N 1' youio makemou
AVsTsalBsyi IWrr We will pay yoe
. " i.rg t-ath couimia-
tioosand give you esclusive territory. end
ua one dollar, avoid unnneaarv correeiion.
denee, receive your territory, and go to work at
one, i pon receipt oi suito we will lorwan
agent' outfit, oeriincat or agency, elo. Bpeel-
lueu eoiiu iu cents, buds iro.
. .11 nm. .mVII.ii..
No. W Cedar Strtstt, Mew York;
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City XeUeruU Baak Building, vp-itairt.
The Oldest KatablishH Asrency In SontlJ
rn Illinois, repressm Una; orir
t05 not ooo
The Southern Ilotel burned d owe, and
yet how many people curry their own
risks. Go at once to llenry Wcllt, General
Agent, and have your propertv Injured at
LOWEST RATti. '
iThe lots of
In thU terrible St. Loai fire was rTeat.
Obtain a Lile Insurance Policy at once,
lnce one-tenth ol all tbe deaths In the
United Mate is the result or accident.
This i no
Story put forth for the oecssion. but I
taken from tabular statements, tbe reliabil
ity of which ran not be impeached.
MillTUle Mutual, . 1,440 000
Union, of Phi la. ' - . 360. OOO
Firemen of Day ton " - 420,000
Nnw K&Klftnd Lutual Life. 37.7O0.OOO
Illinois Mason's Benevolent boclety
General Inscrancg Agknt.
bnt Knunil and Honest Com.
orriCE-In the Alexander ConntvBauk,
CHARTERED MARCH SI. 1869.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A .B SArrORD. President.
S 8 TAVLOK. VioePrweid
W. liYSLOP, Sec'yandTr
V ice Prueidejit.
Bahci.ay, Cnas. Ualichib,
8to kfi.th, Paul U. 8cnuu,
C'mXINttHA. H L. IlAlXIDAV,
J. M. ruiLLir.
INTEREST paid on deposit at the rate ol six
percent per annum, March 1st and .tm-
Kt 1st . lnuresi noi withdrawn is addel iume
1 lately lo the principal of the deiuMiu. il.tr.li
living them compound intereM
Harried Women and Children may
jjepoBii jiiuuey ana no one
else can draw it.
Otien verv businegsitav lroni9s.ni. to S n ni
mi .Saturday even in r. tor savuiit dvuoaiu unlv
roiu e to B o'clock.
W. HY8J-OP. Treaswrer.
Nifl. Vi! Prea't.
H. Wells, Cashier.
T. J. Kerth, Abot. ash'
Corner Commercial Aye. and 8t Street
r". Bwi, Cairo. Wm. Kluge, Cairo.
:'. etr, Cairo. w m. W olfe, Cairo.-
A . Sueauka, Cairo. R. E. Billingslev. t. Louie.
K. Under, Csiro. H. Well, Cairo.
r. u. itrintman, st. lxuis,
J. V. C'lemsoo, Caledonia.
Ueneial Banhlna; Business Iloue.
rfExchange sold and bonght Interest uaid
n ihe Savings Department. Collection, nuule.
nd all busines promptlv attended to.
City National Bank
CAPITAL - - $100,000
TV. P. HALL1DAY, President.
HENUY L. UALLIDAY, YioePrel.
A II HAI'FOKD, Cishier,
WA tt HYaLOP, A' Cashier.
R. H. CO MNOHAW.
W. P. IIALI.IHAV,
ii. D. Wlu.lAJ.kOie.
Exchange, Coin and United States
uonaa jiougni ana ooia.
DEPOSITS received and a general banking
s I rebels. i,i.
Chartered by the
etats oi liltu
for the expi
purpose ol gi
. .ii ..riw.t . hraiiir. and uriuarvdi.
i n ttiMir rnvntillt'ttiru iuiuhi . I im wtlll
known I uat Or. Jama uas sioo. iuc unau oi
tha rotaion lor lite nasi 3 years. Ag and
exuertanraaraall-lmjiorunt SMrssilisai HHk.
as, night losses Ly dreams. piuipU ou the
Ladies wanting the most deliiw. attention, call
u .ii. i'lJaant honis for patienu. A book
... . . i;i,i,l. whl. l.
you all about these aia-"""" """r." ""T
-wbT aot-W cent to pay postage. lr. Jaiues
ha ! rooms end parlor. t ? one but
thsaoster. Olioebour. a.m. to T a.au. 8na
EjrTw W M. Ml kusiatM
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Between Washington and Oommsrcla
Arenuee, adjoining Hanny'e.
KEEPS for sale the best Beef, Pork, Mutto
Veal, Lamb, Sausage, Vo.. and is Pn
) U mi fain ill In an iwnuMii rr.
Df CHEW- SMOKE
I 1 HKSTn TOBACCO
-A let "ie WmM. AK FOR IT.
-?IrtrX 106 " BT Att PEALtRS
XHl BIONKR TOBACCO CO. IROOKIYN. N. '
WONDBEFUL SUCCESS t
DESCRIBED AND ILLL'STR VTED
Sold in 60 day. 1- being the only complete lo
price work y,a ks(. only it 60), treating- of
the entire history, Krand buildings, wonderful
exhibit, cunositie., great day, etj lllastra
tld. and l cheaiier u.n any other, everybody
wants it. One new ujwnt c eared k.i",n jn four
week. 3,0W agent Wanted. Send quickly lor
proof of above, apiolon or official, clerpy and
pre, saniple page, full Ouonption, and entra
term. HLUbUtU 11KOS. Pub., 81 La Baile
et. cnir.Ku, in .
Hewavr of lalsely claimed offlcial
and wortbles bnoks. brud ior proof.
vifift wef,k in V11' ova town. Term and
II. IIALLET A CO., Port-
Ex Safins Mixed Cards, with name
lOctS., pent paid. I. JONES A CO..
C. C. Brew, M. It. (formerly of Bmton) ha a
harmless ure fir intemperHiice, which can be
given witiout the knowledge of the natlent.
Also one lr the
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forevulerre. Ask aniggials for it. Addren
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Tft Wek ,c Agents. 1D Ol'TU r
Ci i a day at bam. Agents
012 and term. free. 1RCE A
Aft No matter how aiiichtlT disabled
'sit Increases now cam. AdTice and
circtii-r l ee. i juc Michael, any, 7U7 bansom
OR EXTRA f l-jr. C ARDS, no two alike,
AtJ with name, lOcls. J. K. HAUUEH,
H'y trt tOfl per day at home. Samples worth
w .w v.v snn, MINSON CO., Port
Gll A DAY. Uow to mill it. .something
ne ana ssjeauie. .inaress cut. UMit.
ft CO. i-th and Walnut su. 8 I Louis Mo.
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Tbe elegant alde-whesl tteamer
A'altbr B. Pexwiwotoh...... ..Master
haui.ks Pkmninoton Clerk
Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at 8
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The fluet steamer
Leave Cairo every SATURDAY.
Each boat makes close connections at Cairo
with first-class steamers for St. Louis. Mem-
phi and New Orlean, and at Evauaville with
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