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. II. (jMnl.T, A. W. FTATT.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
.W. "W. rYATT CO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Buildln. ' Cor. Twelfth Btree
and Washington Arena,
tt-OountJ and lUilroadWork a Specialty
DrricK Hot'R From 7:30 s.m. to 6:30
p.m.; Suniliiy from 7 to 9 a.m. Money
Order 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
it. P A.M. F.M.
.il:JXi Illiuoia Central KK
10 IV I J Minn. Ontral II U
10:00) Cairn A Vinrcnnes
10:00 i Cuiro, Arkansas A
iviu H it Daily.
6:00 J Ohle IviT limit!
f Daily eto' Monday
SMiss. Itivrr Home
L, Hun. Tu. Krl.
Down.Tu Trill Put
t 'I tlt-lrf-A Itolltf
( Krl. lay A Saturday
O. W. McKkaki. P. M.
BT. LOTJIS.IRON MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
tr preps leaves Cairo daily '1 ''Op. nj.
ixifrn arrived at Cairo daily 4 :""a. ru.
Accommodation lratca am. daily ..'1 .00 a in.
i yi'ii'i'lnli n arrives ilaily (excpt
Sunday) ll:"-. III.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
pii1. trsiu of this roiiijjan roniifl at St
L Ixi.ia am I KastM. fxims, with all other
t the irlli, I 1'iwl imil Weal.
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Arri re at t . I-otila
.... a m
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Cm-- at Cairo ' '"" P-l".
W II. M M KAIil.AMI,
I un ami Freight Agent, aim.
I. A. WKM'. i.ctir-.l I'asserig.-r Agent.;
.1. A I'.l.f.L, Ag.-nl at Cairo
CAIRO &. VINCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles the Shortest to
l::::v:lls, w.imaii mm&i
34 Miles the Shortest to
ia.ttMSM I MliaeSlSUlM I'Kl
V uVHl 1 I! 1N F
ALL OTIII-Ii JiO ADS
Making Sami Connections,
Fajsngers by other routes to make
Cor;n uorja mnsi ride all night wait
ing from One to bix Hours at
mall ccintry stations for
traira of cotiuect'nar roads.
tlDDcrabor that fact and take our
5:0 J a. m- Train,.reaching
elVg !''' '.'a .' J! f an'.aj'lla,
aa.lii.Ci lukKuiiuti li.tumaiii It.iililli
Tram l.-ave and arrive at Cairo, in follows:
'Jail 'jfjtM :'0 a. m
in I ' 1 . IU.
il.iil airvcs 10:'" p. IU.
',xed " - u.iu.
Ihroug i V k-ta airl check, to all important
t. A. MILLER, H. L. MORRILL,
Gc-n Pas. Ag't. General Pup
L. It IIIKUI,
Pass. A if i tit.
I lllt OU IkEAI.KKN.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale an 1 Retail Dealers in
.vib:s OF A I.I, KINDN,
No. 60 Ohio Lcvoe,
MESPRS. SMYTH A CO. have lonstuntlT
Iuri;e aUx.k ! the Ixwt RimkU in Uiu n.ar
t't, ail' 1 (five iupwiul attention to the Mholeaalt
aui.U ul the buaiiieas
DRS. CANINE & WIIITLOCK,
lluvinK I'hti ri'.l int'i a i'0-iartiii r.lii, I r Hie
imrp'ise ul pracliciuK ileutiatry, in all ita
liraiK'he. wmil i renKi tlully iulorui lli ise nwil
niK llie Mirvivea ol'i ilet:tul operator, that they
auJ prepareil to ulttul tu their wuuU ill ever
'I lie lllling of teeth ilone in the must tntislac
t.jry IlinlliK T. lnertiuK avtilli ial tleutiirca, al
ways iih a view il rentiiiiiii;, ua lar an prau
tn iihft, the l'it OJUUmr au i liuturai xpreB8iun
of the iii .-t iiuproveil iiiethotla ami maleriala
Twili eitiut;lel absolutely without nain bv
uniw nitron oide trim.
They exteml an invihition to ill, to call ami
gee Hit i n ami solii'it a liberal chiire of their pat
roiriife. Work icnar.initvil. lrii moilerute.
r " CAMXE & Wllll'LOt K,
burireun Ki ntiaU.
4'i Commerdul avenue, l twcin sill anil 'JluU
An ITiurtttUd wnr ff
u" a pnvuie ctMiiiMbwl
i llic uurriti auUmiir.
rit-ahl- ou tUe luvw.-rii-f
ortUuwtual.yrteiii. if !.
tu., lu.t aiMHjver tu iud
cirnci' of n-pru'luctiii .1 i y
km1vV.i.ir "i. tut lunrrtrd relatwii.
I.miM.iJ hrfonumioa. wlih h uu one caa aitura u, U i ruh.
mli ou bow lu diwiito IU health, ana eompKi,au
ililr iru Mairuo.. T.uida in tl.a orld. Vr.i- "JV
WM.il. Tl.a autlior uny ba cumulLd fatamynyw u
(iatl oil ai.y oi o.r luimta
(ta a U. CUM, Ul V aaluuaiva at (MaaV A
A TRIUMPH OF DIPLOMACY.
How Mr. F.varM Prevails! I'pon Mia.
Ilnyre n !. (be fiiranl l ultra
(Don t'iatt in Hie Cincinnati Knquirer.)
T lie town U I'orjuiiJeraUljr startled over
tbo Aiineunccment tliat Mrn. llayoi cotinitl.
cm it her duty to prohibit wino at a whilo
houno (llimtr-tabli!. Ibln ilimoni-tralion
in belialt ol total abHtinence wait made at
thin dinner. Mm. Hayes announced that
dinner inibt ft on, but tli.it it nboul'l not
bi' ktiKtbenea by vi Idcs or liijuora of any
Tlio bonorablo accrcUiy of Ule, who
bail iropoe'l the eiitcrtaiumcnt, was ton
ki.liralily bbinkej. The tboulit ol two
bourn beavy eating without wine tillcJ him
w Itu di.-way ; aii'j to Invite two members
ol the imperial family, the oldest, tnott re
liue.l, and exelunive niiei iuiena of royalty
in Europe, to auch an entertainment tilled
liis dipiinatic oul with borror.
To control an administration from a sub
ordinate poaition is dUtii:ult euotib, but
to control tbe cjuit)' or leinalc ride of an
aflatr of tbia sort tilled bim with dismay,
lie could (m t returns that elected one man
while be advocated the Inauguration of an
other; lie could teacb a upple, unprinci
pled majority of an electoral commission
that the girt ol an election was In the re
turning board, however corrupt or uncon
stitutional, and that the ballot of iba peo
ple were aliunde; but to convince a woman
airaint ber will, when that woman bad
planted her little foot on a bti;b principle,
wa beyond bis power.
He trVd it, however, lie wan forced to
try it. How could be fare the diplornttti:
forces ot the civilized world alter nieh a
ridii'iilous afluir as the part proposed?
His dujlomacy was fjul to the (luirtr-eli-y.
He conferred and avoided, lo
convince a woman mutt beirin by admit
tiiitbat nhe is right. Nothing so ollends
the female mind as to question its reason
Ini; powers iletter tell a womrn that r-he
is hoiuely and unttrai tlve. ."he will, in
that ca-e, pity your taste and despise your
condemation, but to intimate that she Is
weak in lol: and, therefore, fai-e in her
conclusions, is to fetch down upon one's
devoted bead the wrath ol a woman
spurned, that all a,''" ol experienced poets
ami philosophers tells n Is terrible; worse,
lnd eed.'than spinal uienincitis.
The lion. Win. M. than beiran bv deplor
ing tt.e c its ol iuti iii.i-raiii;e. lie euio
fcized Mrs. Hayes lor her noble davotion
to the cau-e ol'bumanity, and said it was
the most beautiful spectacle be ever wit
nesed, to sec her in her hiirh place setting
an example to the families of the nation.
Internal old diplomatic scamn, be regu
larly hides more sherry and champagne
witLin lil slender person than any brain
concern the Lore tver set on end lor
earthly purposes, andto bear blm one
would Hippoe Moody, San key. Murphy,
and old llold-the-fort whoever be was
Were roiled in one. Tears tainu to the
eyes of the female administration. " What
a'jrood, dear man," sbe thought, "is our
thin secretary of state; wfcat a pity it is he
i so boroely !''
Hut," contintied Old Aliunde, "this
dinner is a compliment to foreigners who
do not understand, and, of course, cannot
appreciate the high moral nature of our
American people. To invite them to a
dinner so diderent from that to w hich they
accustomed would be considered an aflront,
and now that we are on the eve of grave
diplomatic complications in Kurope, it
would be well (or us to keep on good terms
with our good frit-mi aud powerful ally,
Mrs. Hayes wavered. From her moral
impulses be had appealed to her high reas
oning powers. He had thrown the re
sponsibility upon ber.
'Let me "suggest the way out of th:s pain
ful embarrassment," continued the state
df-pirtmont. "Let it be understood that
the dinner is an exception, because gien
to distinguished foreigners. Hereafter all
state duikers uiren to citizens will be with
out wine and may (iod Almighty have
mercy on them '." added the secretary to
himself, and inwardly be swore a great
ojth that never, never, under any circum
stani-e, would lie risk bis life at any such
Mrs. Hayes accepted the compromise
with an amendment, that uo wine glases
were to be placed at the plate of ber bu
band, ltutiierlord 13.. or her own, or at
that of any of the young ladies, her guests
at the white bouse.
TJcqanationably the ti uatalncd
work of tka kind In the World."
Xvtices of the Prtss,
The Maoaxink lias attained In Ita one quarter
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It la vain to blame and uselean to pruise." The
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creaatil as tlieyera have paonol, ami iu future
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, APRIL 29 1877.
r0Tr VKaK HKf lltfl: THE IU flLIC
DR. C. M?LANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
fPIIIi countcn.im c is julc ar.,-1
X lcaJcn-coIori:'!, with oc casional
flashes, or a ciraimsn ilx:'. sjt on
one or both Iieeks ; the eyes become
dull ; tlie jiiijiliIil.tte ; an anresenii
lirclo runs alui-:; tiic lower eye-lid;
the noe i i ifitat .-i!, swell ,,and some
times bleed,; a swell in of tlic tit)H.-r
lip; occasional licvlichc, with hum
ming or tlirybbiiig of tlie cars; an
linuvul set reiion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue ; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; appetite
variable, soiuetimei voranous, witlia
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone; fleeting pains
in the stomach ; o .caMonal nausea
and vomiting; violent pains through
out t'ne abd'::-.en; IkjwcIs irregular,
at times costive ; stools fclimy ; not
'infrequently tinned witlt blood;
belly swoll .-n and h.ird ; urine tur
bid ; re .pira'.ioi o- a ,ionaJly diffi
cuk.ai'd a.( onijit..! -d by hiccough;
co:i;,'lisomctirn : , lrv and convulsive;
trica.y and tiiv.uilvd sleep, with
grinding of the tee'ii ; temper varia
ble, b :t generally irritable, &c.
V.'heri.ver tLe above symptoms
are foun 1 to cxi.t,
IJR. C. IV. f..N'j;'S' VKIiMFFLTGE
Will ccitaii.ly effLet a cure.
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New Horse-Car 1'oetry, for April.
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A Whist Party iu the Ark.
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Murk 1'wain at a Horse Auction.
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Ayenuea, adjoining; Hanny'a.
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OFFICE-In the Ak-xauler County Bank,
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1869.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A H. PAKFORO, President.
S. 8 TAVLOK, Vie Crvsident.
W. IIYaLOP. Sec'y and Treasurer.
P.W. Barclay, Cuas. Galigubh,
F. M. oroc-arLETn, I'ai'Lfi. bcueii,
U. II. CCXWUiOHAH, II L. 1LU.L1DAV,
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INTEREST paid on deposits at the rate of six
percent, per annum, March 1st and Sxpttiu--r
1st. Interest not withdrawn is added imme
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iving them compound interest
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit money ana no one
else can draw it.
Open every businessday from flu m. to S p.m
al saturlay evenings for savings deposits only
rom 6 to 6 o'clock.
W. HTSLOr. Treasurer.
t liross, Preelitent. H. Wells, Cashier.
V. Nefl. Vice I'ree'U T. J. Kerth, Asst. ah'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8t Street
Cuiro. W'm. K hi ire, Cairo
I. s ...r , i
W in. Wolfe, Cairo.
A . Susanka. Cairo.
it' ltll.l.. 11 U..1t. r.:'
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rJ-Fxchnnge sold and bought Interest paid
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City National Bank
CAPITAL - - $100,000
W. P HAM.JOAY .President.
IIENUY L. HALLIDAY, Vice I'real.
A. II FF(IKI, Cashicy.
WA' U HYsLOP. Aaa'lCaahk'r.
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