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l. Otttfttr, A. W. FV ATT.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
A.. "W. XYATT CO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Bnlldlnir, Cor. Twelfth Stre
and Washington Avenue,
ty-Countr and RailroadvVork a SpeclellT
OrriCK IIouk From 7:30 a.tn. to G:30
tmu.; Sunday from 7to9a.ru. Money
Order H;U0 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
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Hiss. (Antral R B
Cairo A Vlncenne
Citiro, Arkansas A
7M 11 It lily .
Ohl Hirer Konie
Duily cxr't Monday I
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Thu fat '
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) Friday A Saturday S
G. W. McKAia. P. M.
ST. LOUIS.IKON MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
tipress tvi- Cairndally t ,m V- m
t pn arrin a at Cairo ilnily '"' b . fii .
A. i-iiiiiIiiii'IhI inn lesvts ( stro daily ...?.0a ni.
A A-.nm idittt -n arrive daily (except
Sim 1 IV) It :'. m.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
PII1. train, of this company at St
A : mi l Kitt. Luuia, with all other
Ii to Ui .North. I.t-nut nul Viral.
Arrite atM .
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vt F.'-I M. I
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1 i' ki-t kit I Freight A,ient, aim,
.1. A. WEN1. iem nil Passenger Agent.;
J. A UK LI.. Agent ul tnir
CAIRO & "VINCENNES R. R.
I 61 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles tho Shortest to
HOTS, KiMI .A..!-.!..
34 Miles tho Shortest to
!,i;,.,v;, ;.i.4sW. VeX H
SatAitoMStsSllsl I MU4MKUIII 11 S fl I SI
nVKIl TUAIN OF
ALL OTHER ROADS
Making Samp Connections,
Faaanrra by other route to make
Connections must riieall nichtwait
tn from One to aix Hour st
mall country stations lor
train of connect, sk roads.
Rjncmb-T that fact and tako our
5:0J a. m. Tntin,.rcaching
mt t I
r .... ti T ! i
an J arrive nt ' air
, aa follow :
V0 a. iu
7 l" p in.
. . . il: p. III.
.... W;t . 111.
Xhroiig.i t kits hi
t. A. MILLER,
,1 checks t' ull
H. V. MORRILL.
Ag't Un-rl ftip
L. 11. l HUH H.
I. Mil OK tll AI I KH-
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WkoU-aulc arnl Ketall Deali ri in
VIXKS OF ALL KIN UN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
TESSIl.. HMYTII A CO. have souiUnUy
.VI . .... k i th- lut untvin ui Hie li mr-
et. ani Kive ei-ial attention to I he wliuluaaJ
anon ot Itie busineaa
DHS. CANINE & "WITITLOCK,
Huvinir entered iuto a co-partner.Uip. f r the
. ..I' i.riLi-iii'iuv di'iilialrv. ill all Us
liinurhej, woul l renieeltully iiiluriu llinse need
mirthe aervioc ol'i ileiital tiperatur, that they
re (irepared to atnud to their wants iu every
'i he fllliiiif of te-Ui done In the must tadaluc-
t.,rv iiinniii r. Inerlina artiili iul dentures, al-
.. wiih a view ef res.tnrini:, a lar an pratv
tiralile.tlie dmlimr aii'l natural Xireiiiou
. .i.u I.L...I inn.riiveil iitethuda ami materials
Teelh etra;teil absolutely without l'ain by
Thrv eatenil an invitation to all, to ca l and
tee thira ami solicit a lilier.il shiire Of their pat-
........... V.tik iruar;int-e.. i-rueii numeral.
""""" w CAMXK UIIIll Ol K,
.,, uommer ell avenue, between slh ana 'th ila
An muattiatffi Worlr fT-
L UriVailt CC-UllS.uI
! uii tlw mviurnl
a.td lull -I II MUHIKi U
.. il-uceol reprvJitHiini ow ta
toiaa!.. laJva-aialiiia. iuoj uno 'A
. 7 "a . -liiAt LaWiajll
MM i am hoW IU prra-rrsi
r."u ati of th. .iitSii-u Dwallul.l tovVT
Trafl 4Vllli the
(New Terk Ilullelln.)
Our direct trado with the two power
who arc drawing the e word n t-acti other
Is not large in amount. The total ot our
Imports and export w ith UuMla and
'J Urkey combiiitMl amount to only rOiuo
$I7,50U,(MI, ot which two-thirdii Is the
with lli' loraier country and the reuiakn
d r Willi thu latter, the exact figures for
thu fifCal year 1870 being ai follows :
U lt!i liiifHla 1, w.7''l ll.in."tm
UU '1 urkey. S7'',;i7 4,i44,R
Totnl ft 1 ,''. 7"i 'j,'i:,'At
It will thin he mm.'ii that what direct
n-mtrt might full upon our trade, in the
event of war, would he felt alojot ex-
cluiv-ly in our exports. Our imports
from KiHMii are ciutri y wool, rags, flax,
corditgo and iron; the inoet ioioortant
Ix'ing wool, which, being ot a peculiar
texture, cannot well be substitute!! by
Mjtiiiili'H iruinotticr countrit'f, ana the In-
ti-riuption ot the supply of this article
might thirefore caiii-e eonie lnconv-n-
ii-iicu to iiur iiiaiiiilaetiirerf. Our chief
importn from Turkey ar a lew drug",
rags and prune. Our exports to thone
couutriea consist jirincipally of cotton
anil tielroleuin. Kufaia takes lroin
t igiit to ten millions worth of
cotton per annum which enters the
couniry entirely by way of the lialtic
and White wis she alo buv from u
about four million gallons of refined pe
troleum, which gws about equally by
way of the lialtic and liluck reus. Two
million gallons that g'x-s by the lllack
in-a porta would be very likely to bu
challenged by the Turkish licet, and that
trade would therelore in all probability
be lort to us pending iiotUhtif. lur
key takes about liv-; Million gallons ot
iietoieuiu, and as her lliet may re ( x-
jiecteU to be able to keep oeu all her
ports, litis trade can liar Jly be n girded
aexpt S4iJ to interup ion.
I ortunatcly for the general interest of
commerce, both the countries rank low
lu the scale ot loreign trade, a compared
with other Kuropran Mate. Their chief
importance to the rest of the world lies
in their beillZ food exi'oitiua; uuuuiries,
in which rt-pect they are important
comiMititors with the Lmted .Mates: a
fact wiiicu is ot much more consequence
to us than anv interruption Ot our direct
trado with litem can possibly b'. Kus-
Fia's rxi ort ot wheat, hince has
ranged variously between U3.0UJ,JW
bii-ltelsaud 75.OUO.0-if buhclI!; but her
shipments have beei: steadily decling.and
cannot now txs rejiarueu as tqi-ai to an
average between the foregoing ex
tremes. From the lurkl-h pro
vinces on the L'anube, the exports
ol wheat now average about M,
01 0,000 bushels and of maize 13,000,
0W bu.-hels. making a total sup
ply t,t 27.000,000 bushels ot
hrcad-tutli sent to other coun
tries. Ii we estimate the Kussian export
at onlv 4j.0iW.OO0 bushels, and add to it
that of Moldo Wullachata and Kuomania,
we have a total ol 72.0UO.OOO bushels ot
wheat and maize liable to interruption
ol export. The only question is as to
i.our ur the eioort is likelv to be blocked.
and how lar itie raising and harvesting
the crops may be interrupted by military
operations : points which are yet very
r.rolilcmatical. and must remain so until
the nlans of campaign and the disimsal
ot" the respective fleets become Utter
known. In the mot tarorahle event.
the t'nitef States would be called onto
snuiilv 1 tr"; deticiences in those sources
r,r enntriPUtlons to tue wains oi me
grain importing countries.
I'raopeetit e ! niniitl lor ureausiuiia.
U'AsniviiTos, D. C, April 20. The
etli ct of thehuropc5.il war on the gram
prod let ot the united States has been
investigated by the bureau ot statistics,
and the n-sult i. altogether encouraging.
li in.m-.irs that from tx-Pt. 1, ISiO. 10
Anni l ol mis vear tne perioi me
hirvest there hi been placed lu the
Kuli-h market from this country 4.,-
tl.tcn) buhels ot wheat against Ca.24,-
0) lor the corresponding iieriod of the
vear betoic. showing a Uecreaae ol our
1:,ik.i,000oI hu-hels in our exportation
wheat to Kniflaiid tor the same uate.
I tin iinnortaiioii into Great Dritain trout
Other solir.'t S lias Ueen uenriy vz.wv.uw
bushels against nearly 34. WW.OOO of the
previous year. This shows that there Is
. . . .. . ...I 4M
unite a aelicit in r.ngiaiiu i-uun'mvu
with loriiur year. fhe eHect ot this
will be to stimulate Ameriean cxnorta-
tions of grain very largely in tho opinion
nt the bureau. '
(ien. Sherman ttiiius the war will be
destructive and prolonged.
Unaueationablv trie em sustained
worl OT ttia Kin a la iuo nurw.
Kuticei of the Press.
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Ofl&, Blltlxa SMj.ldJ.XMT, Comas Twlftl. Btxoot anl TTa.aii.i.ivtoia. t,-wn.xm.
CAIRO, ILLINOia TUESDAY, MAY 1 1877.
Forty tears Br.roitE th pcbuo.
SR. C. M?LANE'S
aYivir' I Uivio
c nc vAnrd
X kaclcii-col'jrcd, with occasional
flushes, or a ciruimsuibci st on
one or both checks ; the eyes become
tl'il! ; th-.'ii-ijiiUdil.Ke ; an azure seini
cirtle runs :i! t'i : lower cyc-lil;
t lie nose i.i in it itv.il, swell , ami some
times Meo'ls ; a swr-Ilin of the tipper
liji; cx( aM':nl hoadaf he, with num
mir.g or throbbing of t!ic ears: an
unusual secrei ioTi of saliva; slimy or
lurred tonu: ; Lreath very foul, par
ticularly in th- morning; appetite
variable, soinetimos voracious, with a
gnawing sensation of t lie stomach, at
ot tiers, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
in the stomach; or- a.ional nausea
an. l vomit in :c ; vi'l'.'nt ruins throutrh-
o tt the abl-j !v.:i; bowels irregular,
at times costive ; :!ooli slimv ; not
utifreq'iently ti:i?-l with blood:
xvA.y swollen .t
1 bard ; urine tur
o -iMonaJly diffi-
cult, and acro.np.tni'.il by hiccough ;
coi.u'h sotnet imc i . ! .- itid convulsive;
urie-uy a:id diVur..ed sleep, with
grirulm of the teelh ; temper varia
ble, but generally irritable, &c.
d to c.it,
DR. C. M.I.ANiTS VERMIFUGE
Will cei laiiily clT.' t a cure.
IT DOTS NOf CONTAIN Mr.KCCRV
n any f jrm ; it an innorcr t prepa
ration , tic: t: of ,iot;:ziht sitvjit'
est injury to iue nwJ tauter infant.
ennine Dr. M' I.ant.'s Vi.r-
MtrfGE bears t.ie b';:;ri.u;;rcs of C.
M. Lane and I lemini; liuos. on the
DR. C. tV.;LANt:'S
These Piils arc n-it recomniendecl
a3 a remedy lor " nil the ills that
flesh is heir to," but in nfle-rtioiis of
tho Liver, n:i 1 iii .l ISilious Com
plaint., Dwpepsiu and .Siek Head
ache, or cliueavs of that character.
they fctaud wiihout a rival.
ACxUi : a:;d fever.
No better cathartic can be ued
preparatory to, or alter taking Qm-
As a eimpla purgative they arc
BEWARE OP IMITATIONS.
genuine are never suar
Lac h box has a red wax seal on
thn lid, with the ininrc-sion Dn
M'Lane'is Livnt l'n.i.3.
Each wrapper bears the fignature.'i
ot L. 3r.JANEand 1 i.i MiNti Jir.os.
fld hv all rcspectalil-i dniLrgista
and country storekrciiors 'T.. rally.
THE NEW MAGAZINE.
RECORD the YEAR
VOUUTH MMDKR (JI LV) KEAOY To
Willi a fins Meel Portrait nf A. T. iStewar
Career, lieullt, V ill and 8uccsalon.
And besides the unique and valuable Diary o
-important events and occurrences throughout
.ue world, this number oontuina. aiming two
luudred oMier articles, the lollowing pomUot
Oueen Victoria's New Title.
lr. John ilall'a April Philosophers (1-ooU).
j ne i rue American -a characteristic t'oeui.
WadluiiKtou . Mar.,ki of i ranee.
.I;ian liigilow'a Fancy.
jew norae-ar t'uetry, lor April,
bom Pedro's Characteristics.
A hut Party in the Ark
Thrv Capital to ts Aator, Stewart, VanderbiK.
.Tiara waiu at a nurse aui iiuu.
Fimt Female Lobbyist at Waohington.
i ue oin of wevu.e s siianuh Poem.
Hoyalty in the I'uited states.
Arientu w ara's Lnaracteraml Peculiarities.
Monthly Iteoord ol Oontrress. etc.
'I biutcs to tat laUKbed at .popular and touchins
poeoia, akelches, lucideuts, Ac., luautb attrac-
uve varietv, Uiat it tonus the richest aniuuut nt
Valuable and entertaining reading almost ever
imuraoeu in a magazine.
This new Periedlcul. which has aln-Jv reach
ei aucn an enormous popularity, is
O Monthly MaKaxine. Heina a sort of lieference
''iiin-iiiiiiH new buii uriKiiisi ill itie way ui.
scrap-Iiudk, or monthly record ol iiiipurtHiil
events inai uappen in any par. l tne worm,
With a selndiun of the moat iiimulur miaceibinv
of the current mnnth, prose aud poetry, foreiirn
and domestic, tditedby Frank Moore, of the
iieautiruliy printed, with an eleirant nteei or-
trait oi the most prominent person of the moLUi
iu cacu xumuer.
Oneot the most entertaininir and valuubU Arat-
clims montbiy niugaaines ever issued, l'rice, 60
cvBia a montn, or .oo tor a year's subocrip-
,ivn iFUBiaKcjiam uy me puuitbiiers.
IT" eariy suoscriptious begin with any
0. W. CHARLET0H 00., TubUshers,
atadisen Sauare. New York
Dealer in Fresh Mat
BetwsfeO Washinrton and Comuerola
Avenass, adjoin tng- Hanny's.
KEEPS for sale the beet Beef, Pork, Mnttoa
Veal, lavmb, 8auauge, Ao.. aud ia p
si H lamiuos in an anneutahla
Popular Illustrated book(2r"6pa.fe)OTS
Manhood! Womanhood I Marriage I
Impediments to Marriage the causo
ana cure, oent seeurt iy eau a, post
paid for 50 cents, by Pr. C. WHiTTiEa,
617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo.,
ine great specialist. )caa niswork.
3 AFFORD. M0BRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, vp-iUiri.
Ths OldsatEatabllshad Aarenoy In Soutr.2
rn Illinois, represanUns OTf
165 OOO 000
The Southern Hotel burned d own, and
yet how many people carry their own
risks. Go at once to Henry Wells, General
Apr nt. and have your property insured at
i-Tlic loss of
In this terrible St. Lojis fire was great.
Obtain a Lite Insurance Policy at once,
since one-tenth ot ull tse death in the
United Mates is the result of accidents.
This is no
Story put forth tor the occasion, hut is
taken from tabular itstemont, the reliabil
ity of which can not be impeached.
British America, Assets $1,130,000
Mil) vlUe Mutual. " 1,440 000
Union, of Phila. " - - 360.000
Firemon's of Dayton " - 420,000
Mew Knirland Lutual Life, 37.700,000
Illinois mason a Benevolent society
General Insurance Agent.
Some but Sound and Honest ('oiu-
OFFICE In the Alexander CountTKunk,
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1869.
CITY NATIONAL BANE. CAIRO
A. B. BAFFOKD, President,
fi 8 TAYLOK. Vice President.
W. HYSLOP. 8ec'v and Treasurer. "
BABCLAT, CHAS GALIiHIB,
STOt'SFLBTn, FlCLG SIIIH,
CCXMLNCHAM. Ii L. ILlUIDAY,
J. il. PuiLLLPa.
INTEREST paid on deposits at the mte oi ail
percent per annum, March 1st an. .Sapteui-
wr I nt imen-Mi nut wttnui'awn is alleil mime
liately to the principal of the denonik,. thereby
riving them comnound interest
Harried Women and Children may
jjepoBit money and no one
else can draw it.
Open every husinessday from 9a.m. to S p.m
mi -atunUy evenings for savinira diviosits only
rom ti to 6 o'clock. '
W. HYSJ.OP. Treasurer.
Nell'. Vice 1'rea'u
J. kerth, Artt. ui.li'
Corner Commercial Ave. and Bt Street
K. rfrosR, Cairo. Wm. Klupe, ("uiro.
I'. Si a, Cairo. Wm Wolfe, Cairo.
A . uauiika, Cairo. It. 1., Uillinasley , t. IaiuIs
K. Ilu ier, t airo II . Wells, Cair...
r . ii. itrinkman, st. Louis,
J. Y. Cleiiiaon, Culedonia.
taeuetal fiitnkina; ItiiMinea Ionr.
rfExchanirc sold and twiiiL-lit Interest tiaid
n the Seviuifs Uetnirtllu lit . l oUin-tin'is ma.le.
nd all busiueas promptly attended to.
City National Bank
CAPITAL. - . tlOO.000
TV r. HALLIDAY, l resldent.
IIENUY L HALL1DAY, VicePreet.
A. II SUIORI), Cashur.
WA"'tt HYaLOl'. Aaa't Cashier.
S. Staats Tatlob, K. H. Co mnoiiam,
It 1.. ItALLlUAY, . I'. A1ALI.IDAT,
fi. D. WiuaxatsoN. SraeiisM limp.
A B. BArronn,
Exohange, Coin and United States
Bonas Bougnt ana Bold.
DEPOSITS received and a general banklns
J. II. Ml LKkV, D. T. S.LSBOAB, J. U. LaKSULN
MULKEY, LINEGAR & LANSDEN,
Attorneys at Law,
OFFICE : Coiumertiul awbus, at oflice ol
Llni gar A Lausilen J-U,-Jiu
bun please copy.
Ilosfhee's Uvriuan Syrup.
rn low be Durcbsifed-lKht at liomn: it
la the tnoat succe-Mm picarauon ever In
troduced to our peopie. it works like 1
e'larin in all cases coDSUHUiion linoumo.
nia, iieiuorrhsges, astuina, severe coughs,
croup, and other throat auO lung discuses.
o person uus ever u" mis meui.iue
wiihout uettiuc ininiediaterellef, yet there
ara a irood many poor, sumriuir, skeptical
naranns irninar about our St nets With a sua.
. 0 P 1 .1... U..I. .
plcious coukii, ami mo ' ui couaum'i-
lion coining iroiuiucii iu..ft iua. wl( not.
trvit. if voudie. it is youiowa fault, as
you cao go to Paul U. Kcbul, druggist, and
eet a saiunle nonis ior iu com aou try I tr
ill res doses will relieve anjcti.e. Heirulsr
sue ouly T ccuts. tow.
i ir-T rinsTonAC f o
,llr AK nut IT.
f TAKE 0 tITIIKR.
Ac FOB SAt.R TIT AM. DKALKRS
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