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. H. CHlRLt. A. W. MATT.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
.sV. "OT. PYATT OO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Building-. Cor. Twelfth Btree
and Washington Avenue,
fcJ-Count and RallroadWork Specialty
Omen ItonR-Froui 7:30 a.m. to 6:30
p.m.; Sunday from 7to9a.ui. Money
Order 8:00 a.m. to C:00 p.m.
; il i Illinois Central It H
10:01 ) I Hilly.
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10:00) Cairo ft Vlticennc
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Daily cxc't Monday I
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l.'p. Sun. Tu. Fri.
Ix.wn.Tu Tim Cut
Thcts-S ICnute J
Friday A Saturday
O W. M Kxaio. P M.
, ST. LOtTIS.IRON MOUNTAIN
'"i p. m .
"y '"' Hi.
JilllT .,.i.lJU Ul.
II .') la. m.
L0US R. R
rHr. train of this company connect t St
lc.;-n and Ea-tM. Iiui, with all other
sn to til Nnrlli, lnl null Wrtl,
KTf.lt at t .
've Kiwi St. .(' - : -
Inir at Cairo ,; ""p.w
W II. M CFAKt.ND. 4
'I irk't and Freight Agent, taiio.
.1 A. WENT. .-ucrl Passenger Agent.;
-J. A HELL, Agent at Cairo
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles the Shortest to
LCCTW, CECircAfl WklKSS!
34 Miles the Shortest to
V oveii l bain y
ALL OTIIEtt HO ADS
Making Sarao Connections,
Piuis-rigerB by other routes to make
Uounsction muat ride all Tiight wait
inir from Due io Six Uourt at
mall coin'.ry stations far
iraira of sounectmic roads-
Rsmorab-T tliat fact and take our
5:0J ft-in Tram,-reaching
'I iir-i l.iwe nrt'1 arrive at Cairo, a follows:
Vil U-a.-.-s 1 0 a. m
Mixed " - ''' I'
il.iliirrv H':'ip. iu.
;,y,.,t ,!'. in.
TI.miik i 1; ! in 1 t' ul I irnjK.itmit
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U. L. MORRILL.
j.u Tuna. Au't.
G nr;il Sup
L. It. UL JttJI.
I'und. A Kent.
I IOI OH HKAI.KUH-
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholi.ale and K tull Ik1c-ij in
WIXIX OF KINIIH,
No. 60 Ohio Lovce,
TSSa.a. PSn'TH A '0 have JoneUntly
cVX larift) stook ot the Ut (rol ii n.ar.
9 et. MD'l iveeDii:iiil utuntiun tu the ttholeil
anch ul' the bUHiucan.
nns. CANINE & "vVHITLOCK,
iiuviiu . nu rccl Into a co-partnt'tthip, f r the
i.r iiTiicliciiiu (U'liliilry. in alt its
liriiuches, woul.triuptctlully inlxrm tli"e niv.l
iimtli'e Mfrviw. Ofi "ItTlul ciwrali.r, that tiny
prepared U attinil to their wants m every
1 he lilling t'f teeth done in the must latiaf ao
tmv manlier. luertiiK uiliiicial ileiiluics, 1-
wav w'lb view ol rel.rnitf, us lur a trac.
lirahle tin-I'iHt contour aii'l iiuuirul vxpresniui
.. .j, iiimrovwl lliethixla and Illuli-riuU
Teeth extrui'.ieil uliiulutely without paiu by
jiik nitroua ow ..... .. ,
'nlv i-xuiul an imitation to ill, to cu 1 nl
i w til--
thiin ami solicit a liberal share Of their pal-
Work li'iutrameeu. i tut. niuucriuc.
CAMXli & Will I LOCK,
i-ial avenue, lieliceii sth anJ '.'in si.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERIOAW POWDF CO
57 Ohio Levee.
BOUND TO GO BACK.
Arrl of Tnuiif Hrlenn Jler
t liAKt b.y 1 ranrli nl American e
(Kriu the KatioM City lime..')
There came in on Hi Kan.a rauillo
(lain last nilit Cupt. M. Jecn anx, a
Pin-vial at in t the French policu le
imrtiiK iil, having In hi charge a youiig
man charfl with a very .noun crl.nc.
('ajit. Ii':rtaux was uwuiiipatiieil by Mr.
i-orjre Powers, ol tiie iiiti-rnatioiiat de
tective lore. The three tru lrrs went
over to the l.claml hotel, ami it wan whihj
tin y were waiting f r lhi next train lor
the lvvil that the outline itf the curioui
cae ol erinn) was ohtainel. The J ouiik
mm iitnlcf arrcft U the Hon ol M.
liaese, t the firm ol De Lint, Baeee A Co.,
.".'-1 i.t 'liTtii !i 'a ' cierk" or
kookkwixT, and a. treated by the
linn with the jfreatt eoiilidence. It
aiipcar that he, like inoet youinf nieu of
hit ajje, suhjected to frcat temptation,
li'JI into trouble, and Win father, bein
the junior meinbcr of the treat wine
ilealing linn, raved the boy from the gal
Icy ol I onion by a sacriiice ot a large
portion ot his interest in the linn. Fran
cois was M-iit to London in company
with a young Knglisbman w ho ha 1 been
in the employment of the tirui. Instead
ot going to London the young men tar
ried in Furls nearly a month. It w as thU
delay and Moppage on the way that has
got young Barac in UU pr K-nt po-ition,
and U likely to bring hi neck to the guil
otine. The young n.en were accompan
ied from BoMcaux to Faris by two young
g. rls and an old woman, the motlier
of one ot the girl. While In .I'aris one
ot the girl war murdered and her body,
w hen idcntilied at the morgue by her
h. other, showed unmistakable evidence
Of foul play. 'J he old woman swore to
the fact that her daughter went out with
Francois liaise on the night before the
wa lound upon the bank of the .Seine, a
corpse. The Knglishmari and young
Ha-ie were both arrested, and it wa
mainly upon the evidence- of hi partner
and the old woman that liase was con
victed of uiurder. While awaiting sen
tenco, he, by the aid ol outside lullaence,
succeeded in February last in making
his ef-capc. lie hu b'en traced
to Itnver, Col., by the French
police department and ha been arrested,
almost at hi own rc'jucfit. The young
man, who ieaks only imperfect Fng
lisli. appear to be a anxious to go back
to France us the ollict r are to tike him
back, lie ay that the story of the
murder N a myth and a fraud, "that the
attempt being made to disgrace him i
merely done to defraud him of the es
tate of bis father, recently deceased, and
thai iotiie 01 hit relative reek his de-
rtru.'tion and disgrace. He rcetns to be
rather eager to go back to trance and
does not seem to fear the guillotine.
1 here is reason to believe that tb young
man is a victim of a eourpiracy. He does
not look like a muruerer, and It is very
seldom that murders are pursued so tar
bv the French government. The party
leave this morning on the Missouri Pa
cific on their way to New York.
Jnit(( 1'ivrrrpt.nt'B Life In t.nt
Report rays that our plenipotentiary
to London has renewed the lease of his
handsome house in Cavendish square lor
two years, and it is natural to conclude
that his continuance there is assured for
The American envoy, however energet
ic and .Mr. 1 lerrepont looks ermrgetic
is the most hiiperlluous official on tins
planet. To dine solemnly with lord this or
that; to return their lordships dinners
to attend the queen's drawing room and
introduce two or 1 hree swell 'Americans
per annum ; to unke on occasional utter
dinner rpeech, at the mansion house
ino-tly. warranted to contain nothing but
suave commonplaces : to converse at due
reasons with her majesty's ministers, ex
changing the old verbal coinage about
friendly policy, etc.. and assure them ot
the peaceful progress of aflairs which
are none of their business ; to drive In a
hand-ome carriage through Hyde
Park : to keep up an elabo
rate and comfortable establish
ment for people he don t care
for these are apparently the w hole duty
ofourenvov. He is expected to live
Ministerially; that i. he mut have
ho :s; costing about $7,000 annually;
stable of tour horses; two carriages!
one a stat" coach; a score of servants, ol,
insisting on liverie. and one half too
aristocratic to rit at the same table with
the ethers; a set round ot dinner parties
costly court dresses, attendance on royal
and ollieial invitations being compulsory,
and his wife and (laughters, it tie ha
any, never to be seen on any two tate
occasions in the same dress.
FITS E PILES Y,
Permanently cured no humbug by one
uiouin s usage ol lr. t.ouiaru s ueiebrat
ed Kit Powders. J'o convince suilerers
that tueso jiowders will do all we .laiin for
thern, we will send them by mail, poet
paid, a free trial box. As Dr. Goulard is
the only physician that has ever made tbis
discam a special study, and as to our
knowledge thousands have been perma
nently cured by the use ol these powders
we win gaarantee a permanent cure in
every ease, or relund you all money ex
pended. All sutl'vrers should give these
Powders an early trial, iiud be convinced
of their curative powers.
Pries, for lartre box, :i, or 4 boxes for
fin, sent by mail to any part or Lnited
-tatesor Canada on receipt of price, or by
exnrcrr, ... u. J'. -Auuress,
ASn & BOBBINS,
oou Fulton street, Brooklyn, i, V
All sufferers lrom this disease that are
auxious to be cured should try Dr. Kiss
ner's Celebrated Consumptive Powders.
1'hese powders are the only preparation
known that will cure Consumption and all
diseases of the throat and luugs indeed,
so strong is our faith in them, nod also to
convince you that they are no humbutr, we
will forward to every sullerir, by "wail
postpaid, a free tr.al box.
We dou't want your money until you ate
perfectly sati.-fiud ol tbeir curative powers.
If you 'life is w orth saving, don't delay In
giving these powders a trial, s they wit
surely cure you.
Price, for large box, X scut to eny part
of the l nited States or t'auada by mail ou
receipt of price. Address,
i ASH Si BOBBINS,
1 300 Fultou Street, Brooklyn, M, Y,
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TOUT Y YEAUS BEIOIik: THE PtHUa
DR. C. M?LANE'S
F'. K HIE CU B OS
Ilcp-ititis or Liver Complaint,
I Y.-1 KI'ilA AM) SK K HEALACHE.
Symptoms of a Diseased Ijvcr.
1ylS in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side ; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatism in the arm.
The stomach is affe ted with loss of
appetite and si knss ; the bowels in
general are costive, sometimes alter
native with lax ; the lu ;.d is troubled
with pain, at ;.i:iv'. with a dull,
heavy ten.tion in the back part.
There is jrencruHy an. , idcrable loss
of ir.eniory.acc'.n.j-..kd w ith a pain
ful sensation of irr; kit undone
something whk h r::!it to have beeo
done. A slight, dry cuh is some
times nn attetitlant. 'Ihe yatienl
ton-.; lains of weariness tnd debility;
he is easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and h complains of 2
prickly sensation of the skin ; hi?
spirits are low; and although lie is
satisfied that txert i.-e would be bene
fit ial to liiin, yet he can scarrelj
summon up fmtitude enoiudi to Irj
it. In fact, he di tru. ts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the d::,Lase, but cases
have occurred vde.-te few of them ex
isted, yt ex.ur.iiKan n of the body,
after death, has Miown the i.ivrn to
have been exten: i-.a ly dcrarrtd.
ague a:;d i i:vkr.
Dr. C. M. I ,a i.': I.ivi.R Tills,
IN CAH.S OF A"t 1. AM J 1 Y.VLR, wllCll
taken v.itli Qaiiiiiu. aio jiroductive
of the most happy iv. u!'.s. o better
cathartic tan be u-ed, yrcj)aratory
to, or after L-kinc tjuiuine. We
would advise all v.hu rre afflit ted
with this tli.case tu rive them A
I'or all Uilious tlerangements, and
as a simple i-uijative, they are un
HEWAHK OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine Dr. C. M'.Lane'j,
Liver I'm ls are r.ever sugar coated.
livery box has a l el wax seal on
the 'lid, with the impression Dr.
M'l.ANIl's LlVEK I'lI lS.
The genuine M'. Lane's Liver
Tills bear the signatures of C.
MVLane and 1 1 i .ming Ukos. on the
trjir Insist on your druggist or
storekeeper giving joti the genuine
Dr. C. M. Lane's Liver Tills, pre
pared by Fleming Tros., Tituburgh,
Sold by all resectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
To those wUhinfc n give I. C. MVLans's
Li'pr i'li-LS a tri.il, wc w.U mail post paid to any
par, i:i mic e iiitcu states, one dux w 1 1111 101
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Hoofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bods, Pumps, Stoves
JaltlsC Fr-tl7 Da.
3 AFFORD, M0KEIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Rational Bank Building, txi-iUin.
The Oldest Established Agency in SoutfcJ
era IUloois. represenUna sr
t65 OOO OOO
I'he Southern Hotel burned d own. and
jet now many people earrv their own
rinks, (io at once to Henry Wells, General
Airent. and have your property insured at
LOWEST It ATE.-.
The loss of
In this terrible St. Luis lire was trreat
Obtain a Life Insurance Policy at once,
since one-tcnth ot all the deaths In the
United Stte is the result of accidents.
Ihis is no
Story put forth 'or the occasion, but is
taken trout tabuUr statements, the reliabil
ity ol which can not he luipeacudd.
British America. Assets . l l.mftnn
Millville Mutual, 1,440 000
Union, of Phila. " - - 360.000
Firemen's of Dayton " - 40.000
New England Lutual Life. 37.700,000
iiungis aasoa ileDSTOlenteoclety
General Ix&craxce Agent.
None bnt Siinnil -nl Ilonesf f.'oin
OEEICE In the Alcxinder Countvrjank,
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1869.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A . B fi AFFORD, President.
8 8 TAYLOB, Vice President.
VV. U VaLOP. feec'v and Treasurer.
Pall G. SeiiLit,
II. L. Haluday,
INTEREST paid on deposits at the rate ol six
percent per annum, March 1st and Swpteni
)er let. Interest not withdrawn is added ituriie
Lately to tl principal of Uie deposits, thereby
rivimj Uieiu cjtuj.ouud interest
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open effry husinessday from 9a.m. to S p.m
li Saturday evenings for savings dt'iiosits only
rom e to s o'clock.
W. HYBLOP. Treasurer.
Nefl. Vice I'res'U
H. Wells, Cashier.
i'. J. Kerth, Asst. ash'
Corner Commercial Aye. and St Street
r.ross, Cairo. Wm. Klupe, Cairo.
Nett, Cairo. Wm Wolfe, Cairo.
, Suanka, Cuiro. It. L. ItillinKsley , t. Louis
Luder, Cairo. H. Wella, Cuiru.
'. II. r.rinkraan, ft. Ix.ius,
J. Y. Cleuison, Caledonia.
V tienernl Ilnnkioir Knalneaa Iluuo.
t"F.chanire sold and hntnrht 1
n tbe Sttviiitfit U'iartinpnt. Cfilltv.t iiitia nnule.
nd all bucin ess iiromptl V attended to.
City National Bank
CAPITAL - - 100.000
W. P If ALLIDAY, Pn-sident
HENRY L. IIALLIUAY, Vice Prist.
A. II hFKoUU, Cashier.
Wi1 rv R UVsLOP, Ass't Caahier.
8. St A ATS TatlOb,
II L. Halliday,
U. D. Williamson ,
It H. ClT INIlllAM.
W. P. Halmday,
Exchange, Coin and United 8tates
idonas iiougnt ana aoia.
DEPOSITS received and a general bunking
J. II. Ml LKIV, D. T. LlNaOAR, J. M. Lanspln
MULKE, LINEGAR & LANSDEN,
Attorneys at Law,
OF Hi E: Commercial Avenue, at oflice oi
t.im gar & Lunsdeu -i-i.-Jin
bun deuie cupy.
Itosehee's tiermuii k) rii.
Csn r.ow be purchased rljtht at home: n
Is the most suecehful preparation ever in
troduced to our people. It work like
charm iu all cases consumption pneumo
nia, heuiorrtiBKes, asthma, severe coughs,
croup, mid other tlno.it and Ir ig diseuMs.
No person has eer used th' Uieiti.ine
w ithout getting immediate re'icf, yet there
are a goQd many poor, stille in;,', skeptical
persons t'oing about our si'etU with asus
pictuus cough, and the to'ce o c3i!num;
tion coming from their Innir-, t'-will not
try it. If you die, it is your own f. uit, a
you can o to Paul (i. Sciiuh, dt'Uglst, and
k-'et a sample bottle lor 10 ceuis uod try it
three dose will relieve any ruse Jte.vular
size only 7i cents. tow.
THE NEW MAGAZINE,
FOURTH NUMBER (JI LT) READY To
With a fine Steel Portrait of A. T. Stewar
Career, Death, W ill and Succession,
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Jnportant events and occurrences throughout
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Queen Victoria's New Ttile.
lr. John Hall's April Philosophers (Fools),
1 he 'true American a chtractenstic Poem.
Washington a Marshal of I ranoe.
.Ian Inaelow's Fancy.
New Horse-Car Poetry, for April.
um I'euro's cnaracterislics.
A Whist Party in the Ark.
Three Capitalists Astor, Stewart, Vanderbilt.
Mark Twain at a Horse Auction.
Find Female Lobbyist at Washington.
1 be tiirl of evilie a Spanish Poem.
Royalty In the Lnited States.
Artemus Ward's Character and Pecnliarities.
Monthly Kernrd of Congress, etc.
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Ay but wait, pood wite, a minute;
1 have llrt u word to say ;
Lo you know what to day is ?
Motiier, 'tis our woldiug day I
Just as now, we tut at supper
when the guests hail giuieawayj
You Lilt that side, I sat this side,
Forty years ago to-day I
T hen What plans we laid together;
hut brave things I mcuut to do!
Could we dream to-day would Had u
At thu table uieaud youV
Better so, no doubt and yet I
Sometimes thiuk I cannot tell
Had our boy ah, yes! 1 know, Uearj
Yes, lie doeth all things Well.
Well we've haJ our Joys and sorrows.
Shared our nudes us well as tears)
And the liest ot all -I've liml yuur
Faithful love for forty years!
Pour we've been, but not forsaken;
Grief we've known, but uever sliuU-e
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