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. H. CMLT. w MATT.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
sV. W. PYATT OO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bullstln Balldln, CT. Twelfth tree
and Wabinrtn Attnut,
tyCountT ud BallroadWork a Specially
Office Hoc From 7:30 a.rn. tn 6:30
p.m.; Sunday from 7 to 9 a.ni. Money
Order 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
.11:30 I Illinois Central B B
Miss. Ontral R B
It R Daily.
Trias H R Dally.
Old. Siver Bonte
Dally exc't Monday
MlM. River Route
t'p, Bun. Tu. Fri.
Down.Tn Thn Pat
. W. MlKiaio. r. M.
GT. LOUIS.IRON MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHEHN R. R.
Impress leave Cairodaily .... p. m.
Express arrives at Cairo daily.. ...4:(jm m .
Accommodation leaves Cairn dally.. .aOO a in.
A.yvnn ylatiun arrive, oiuiy ve-i'i
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
rllK trains of thia company connect at St
lc t and East St. Ims, with all other
xea to the .North, ti. and Heat.
Arr.te at St.
f m am
Lavt Eai-t St. Louia - - a 1 a m.
Ticket and r'r'ight Ai1, alro.
I. A. WEMi jenr.l Paaen.-r Agent.;
J. AhKLL. Aient at lairo
CAIRO Sc VINCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles the Shortest to
34 Miles the Shortest to
A N L
SIX HOURS SAVED
OVER 111 UN UK
ALL OTHER ROADS
Making Samo Connactions,
Pasacirers by other route to make
Connection, muat ride all nitrnt wait
i ait from One to Six Houri at
mail country etationa for
traic a of connect. nar road.
Reraembor that fact and take our
6:03 a. m. Train,-reaching
Train leave and arrive at Cairo
Iixed " ......
. aa follows:
...... 6.-o s. tn
7: p. ni.
.. . .0:lJ p. m.
.... V;l a. m.
A. MILLER, H. L. MORRILL,
(j.'n Pass . Al I uem-rni cup
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
WISES OF AIsIs KIN UN,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
a rraann SMYTH A CO. have sonstantly
M a large stock ol the beat good Hi luu mar
et, and Rive especial attention to Ibe wholesale
audi of the nuainea
DBS. CANINE it WHITLOCK,
Having entered Into s co-partnership, for the
imrpose of praclicinir denti.try, iu all its
Ltauches, would reBpc tlully inform those need
inifths services ot'i ilental ojwraior, that they
rr prepared to attend to tlieir wanU in every
The tilling of teeth done in the most talialac
ory manner. Inwrtintr artificial dentures, al
iravs with a view of restoring, aa lar as prac
ticable, tbe lost ointour aud natural expreosion
if ilia most improved methods and materiuls
Teeth eitracleil absolutely without pain by
jung nitrous oside gss.
They estend an invitation to all, to call and
see thein and solicit a liberal share Of their pat
ronage. Work iruaramced. Prities moderate,
ronage. t. .k CAXISE willflOlK,
10 Couiuiercial euue. between blh and nU st
English Brussels. Thres l'ly snd Ingrain
SEJ, Stair Csrpets,Vslvel liugi, Crumb
Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., very cheap
at the Old l'lace
f 112 FULTON BT.. IfBW YORK
Carpets carelully packed sod sent tosn
part of Us United States trse of charts.
W IEJTD rOR PRICE LIIT.""
J . BBWDALL
Lottery Prizes In Paris.
The Prtaslon for amMlnB-try of
n Hotel CnaliKT nnrl lluanlan
(Correspondence of the New York Tillies )
I'ARf, April 16. When I wrote tbe
other day auonttbe modern passion for
gambling 1 might have added something
about tbe gambling tbat ' fO"taotly g
iiiK on bere outride ol tbe clutis. There
are no greater gamblers In tbe worl i than
those who utako tbtlr money every day
iipoti tin Joiire, or iion the I'tUt Uuursu
during tbe cvcnini?. And the pat-tdon U
not a whit !troba;tr am itiit fie ppojde w ho
inve.-t their email erouoroicii in etocks cf
yarloussnriH. All try to (ret (jtuetblO),' to
whlrti a loltvry Is attai.bfd. There aro
seml-atiDU l tltawlnfrs to the I'aris loans,
and a number ol ri. . In the tlrt iUce,
the lucky nuuiljer get 1.VJ.U0O Irauce or
- (),) K Iraricf, accordii), to tbe date of the
1'ian; thete la a smaller prize ol W) WW
fraaoa ev. ral of l,ta franaa, aod a fa
rlcs ol nuinbcrnare drawn to be paid oO at
the par taiue ol the bonds. '1 be I urkuh
loan hat a drawing aUo, and a gisnd r rir.o
ot tK,Hu Iraocs. Cot j ear Ibis was
drawn by a man In Trieste, who came on
bere to negotiate it. As tbe Turks do not
pay Ititere.t ou their bonds, he bad d jubts
atout their paying the prires drawn to
their lottery, but lie finally Kotsouie bank
em t j Use it at : m.KJ tranc, idvin
IU.ijO by way ol di-eotiot. The liu,ti
p. ize amottnt's to 1! K),ix roubles. All ol
thee- Ijans are p pillar (ave the O; toman
at this time), for all who inveft hope to
draw a phz',and iu addition to their inter
est the) btve the excrement attendant
upon investment in a lolteiy. A curious
ca-e tias ju -t crae belore one of our tribu
nals rrowtiig outof one ol thet-e drawmgi.
'1 hree years aito a liusrian lady came o
l'aiis and took, rooms at tbe 11; run hotel,
where he was very well reee'.ved. Hie
was a l.'iy Ol a certain aire, preienuu g to
be a count sa and the wile of a general
stat'oned in the CavcaMij. hbe bad money
aud lived In style. In a very short time
he took a fancy to tr e lady cashier of the
hotel aiid the to became exceedingly in
timate. The cashier was an unmarried
lady of thirty odd, who was dreaming ol
ullimtte mairispe aii'i wi hmuk nn
nijnev to buv her 'fouffeau-' when the
fortunate being whowa to be berhui-band
should chaui along, fhe bad waned years
lor him. but every ear added soniMhlng
to her wealth, and made ner more and more
an object to be deairea. Hie con tided all
thU t'i the Uusaian lady, who gave her tn-
c juragetnent and hope, and the two fpent
many an hour loirnuer, laiaing over me
matter. aturailv, tbe "grande dame"
was itiforme l ol the economies laid aside
tor tbe marriage settlement.
As tiuiH wore on the caseier saw the
lady's bt'l paid w ith les regularity, and
rjud nnu letters became freueiit Klnalir,
he beirao to borrow from her -dear
friend." tho cashier. One day she pretend
to have received an order irom her hus
band to return at oooe to Kuseia. but
lacked the WW frances necessary lor the
voyai,'. she borrowed this sum irom her
Iriend. trivlngber a WW rouble bond to
cover thi" and other sum, promising to
rcdeeiu it In six months. I bis period cov
ered tbe annual draw ing. Tbe time came,
and the bond did not draw a t rize. Tbe
cashier then wrote for ber money and In
reply received an authorization to sell tbe
bond. n refie tion, she concluded to
kaen It herself A vear rolled by, and at
the next drawing this lderti'.ai bend drew
the grand prize ol 20 ',000 roubles. Tbe
dreams of the cashier were now more than
realized, so laras mon?y went, for she bad
never gone so far as to faucy berfelf the
IMeor ol tT.VKw. His went to the
i r.-iner idaee. showed her title and reeeiv-
that cum in solid r'rencb money, Hut she
had a arcelv deioite I ! in the bank ol
Fiance in ber own name when the Russian
lady came rtn to claim ber fcond and th
iisi.O Kl roubles. he pretended that the
bond had simnlY been left as reeurity lor
a debt. Tbe cae came before tbe courts
lt week, and the Russian lady lost tbe
case. Her authorizition to sell the bond
was regarded as sufficient title, and it
m-id no difference w hether the casb'er
sold it Ij herself or a third party. Tbe tn
unal decided ilint the bond and the prize
it drew in the Ku-stan lottery were tbe
legitimate property ot the ca-bier.
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rOBTr TEAKS lit OliE THE Pt BLIC
DR. C. PLANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
iMIE couvitenaiv.e is talo and
leaden-colored, wiih occasional
flushes, or a circu:nsct ibc'. s;ot on
one or botli checks ; the eyes become
dull ; the pupilsdilate ; an azure semi
circle runs along the lower eye-lid;
the nose is irritated, swell, and some
times bleeds; aswcllingof the upper
lip; occasional headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of the cars ; an
unusual secreuo:i of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; appetite
variable, soi.ietimes voracious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
in the Moinacli; o.. a-.ional nausea
and vomiting: violent pains through
out the abdomen ; bowels irregular,
at times costive ; stools slimy; not
unfrequently tingetl with blood;
belly swollen and hard; urine tur
bid; respiration occasionally diftl
c tilt, and accompanied by hiccough ;
cough sometimesdry and convulsive;
uneasy ami distur!ed sleep, with
grinding of the teeth ; temper varia
ble, but generally irritable, &c.
V.'henever the alwve symptoms
are found to cxiit,
DR. C. M'. LANE'S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN Mr.RCVRV
n any form ; it is an innocent prepa
ration , net cafi :!e cf iviii ih e slight
est injury fj ihe Hunt ten ter infant.
The genuine Dr. MTLanx's Ver
M!r T"ge bears the signatures of C.
MVLane and 1'i.e.minv; 1:;os. on the
: o :
DR. C. tV.?LANE'S
Tiu-e Pills i.va ii it ivfuiutiieudetl
a remedy fr "all the ills that
flesh is lie Ir t ," but, in aif.'ctions of
tno livti-, a1: i in a I ijiiiuiis
Ilalit.s Dy-; cud Sick Head
ache, or d::i-j tl" thut cliaraettr,
thev staii'.l wi.htjtst u nv
2 can be used
No b 'U r cai!:t:
..y t , cr a Tter taking Qui-
a e-!;npb purgitive they are
BEWARE OP IMITATIONS.
Th g..-iiunio aie uevc-r sugar
Each box li;n a rcil wax seal on
the lid, with the impression J)n.
McLani:'s Eivi:u 1'ii.i.h.
of V. MVLankhuiI Ei. km i nu Bkos.
.Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekff rn-rs cjonerally.
37 Conrl Place, LOUISVILLE, KY,.
A fffuUrlr 4ifr:alH s.4 le.-Utr qualified I'faikiaa aa-1 Ui:
B-t auoue-uful, a. lit. (iracu... aill r"-
Cnrna all foruis of PRIVATE.
CHRONIC and SXU Via SIS.
.i tli. result f aair-atMi.. iu
itttb, trtusl ijk .i tn t.
lurvf ?e,r. or olhrr i-at.-,, auS
.t,.lu iuf c I til.
W v... rS.-t.. Net tiMaDe... h tu,D41 r it.i.M,4i., nil.t .nit
irtit:i). unikti., MM,t,, ti.iMtttr MfWirry rhy-.-all
v.T. finiiil.ou 1 At, r.iuu t" Al,lr ut t'cluai,V
Cuufa.iaa of IJ. 4.. 1.., af sattia I foat-r, Sc., Ft d.hi.
barriaxtt ioitif-T or uat:ai,;,v , .r U,t,riuUl .B4 a. rata-B-ati;
ourr l. SYPHILIS i'u "J curul a
i inS" J " Gonorrhea,
latstXaZst A h'TKiare, Orvliiua. Hcrtsi. lo itu-tuii,
I'll a ana 'titer iniw Jisc qutki.i curtfl
It i wtlf-evi'icnt tbut m liy -icis.ii Uo r ial attcntlfn
tn a ikfrtsliD Class uf iil . aurl irrallbjt lfci'Ualn1t aialiuj.
acq 1. 1 res rreml saVill. Pt vsu-ia- iuwiitf Uu fact ufu
ra-OHiHteud irsxtui ti Uiv cre. Wbi-n k l iifvnvrtiit nt la
Ui( tbs? city fur treatment, msxlic iue c I satl f-iltstUij
fcari vfci' by t tor ci.f.rk iaxij-ttcr.
Caret Guaranteed in all Ca
i obsuiutiuus (i sanaHT fr be letter frr tod lwit-!,
CUaU(i:l Ica.aUi Mid C'JSTTMBOIidelsosj Utcll toufidvliUal.
Of MO p4ft, ut aur address, tvur.jr acalr-d, for thvif
(, vebia. hbouid l- read t v ail. Arldrws aa tsSk
Uftosi iour froiu . A. M. i4 P. U, Bund, 1 1 r it
Tiirtj ymr iitt riftirf in fit treat tuaul of besutU
n minimi vr arri,T uuiae.
JmTL, A Phynological Vtv brausvriuf
-.'r i tciMsirrif a sia inn csxuriiiplitnif
litsrtmsv, ou the my etc rug ol rttroiuct-
H.st si i id thtt sVat rel li.finuiisea sit v. .nth
iratihootl uJ woiaanhotid An il.yatrmirO book ot rmy a.
t r pruAtti resvUro, hioa aJsotsiU few ivta UasaW iu A 4Vu J
i.-y. rint under fr 40 eta.
A FHIVATE MEDICAL TBZAT18C o all ditriMi
v s rnvat Naturw id U ih ti.e abuaea and d
cr.Wra rlihvsH'aual system, and U qiram ttf cwesj. LHiLi
U itl entf ravines, muU r ftfal Ut2J eta.
MEDICAL A DVICfi on ftt suatauu Chrome Diaeaaaa,
f i..iisi! vtiktteaa, Calariis, Cancer, Ituixure, tisc lattuia
iLlnt, 4Vc, auuajfe urk aent unticr a.! lur lo at a. A LI
tlircd booiva luumiu.ug 460 psayca aiHlcverytliiiiit oiil
anowiiif o.i trwaubcci, ant tcauralw avasued ea ra
sNiipt of 60 eta. Addruaa, Dr. Butt1 DiiMMirU
Mw UN.tliaL.St U.Me. iitLLuX 4i r
and MoraiS It habit abaoluarrv and
apediiy cun-tt. Psun.vMt stpabiM-iiy.
K isj acaatp ior LMntcuiavrs. ur. t arw
lOU US VssVs4aO.ld4s-iCssi.ssa0.1ai
3 AFFORD. MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Hatiosal Bsak luildiag, ip-itsirs.
Tbs Oldsst Established Aremcy In Umik S
srn Aiunoas, repressnusc ott
185 OOO OOO
Tbs Southern Hotel burned down, and
yet how many people carry their own
rii-ks. Oo at once to Henry Wells, General
Agent and have your property insured at
The loss of
In this terrible St. Luis fire wss great
(ilit.iin a Lite Insurance Policy at once,
since one-tenth oi all t'.e eatb In the
United State is the result of accidents.
Ibis is no
Story put forth or tbe occasion, but is
ttkeo. Irom raoul tr it Uernenta, tne reliabil
ity of which csu not be impeached.
British America, Assets $1,130,000
MillTille Mutual, . 1,440 000
Union., f Pbila. - 36O.0O0
Firemen's of Dayton " - 420,000
Mw fenarland Lutu&l Life., 37.700,000
Illinois Itason's Benevolent eoclety
Gfneral Inbcranck Age.vt.
'one bat Rsand snd Hois rat Vom
pa a lea Hepreaented.
OFFICE In the Alexsnder CountvBank,
CHARTERED MARCH SI. 1869.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B 8AFFORD, President.
8 8 TArLOR. Vice President.
W. HYSLOF. Sec'y and Treasurer.
P.W. Babclat, Chas Gauchsb,
F. M. Stocitlbth, PaclG. Scbch,
a. II. ClTtMLNOHAM. U. L. HaXLLDAT,
J. M. Phillips.
INTEREST paid on deposits at the rate oi sis
per cent, per annum, March 1st and Septem
ber 1st. Interest not withdrawn is added imnie
liately to Us principal of the deposits, thereby
ivirur them o -impound interest
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open every business day from 9a.m. to S p.m
ad Saturday evenings for savings deposit only
rom C to t o'clock.
W. HTBZ.OP. Traaamrer.
F Bross, President.
P. Neff. Vice I'res't.
H. WeUs, Cashier.
T. J. berth. Asst. asb'r
mm wn m
Corner Commercial At, and Ot Street
K. Dross, Cairo. Win, Kluge, Cairo.
I'. Nea. Cairo. Wm Wolfe, Cairo.
A . Susan ka, Cairo. K. U llillmgsley , H. Louis
K. Under, Cairo. H. Wells, Cairo.
V. H. Brinkman. St. Louia,
J. Y. Clemaoa, Caledonia.
taeneial Bnnklns; Baslsiess Dsns.
f"F.ifhan(fe sold and bought Interest paid
n tbe Savings Department. Collections made.
nd all business uromutlv attended to.
City National Bank
CAPITAL - - $100,000
W. P. H ALJ.I DAY, President.
UENHY L. HALLIDAY, Vice Prest.
A. II 8KHKU, Caahi.T.
WA' T K UYSLOP. Ass't Cashier.
S. Staats Tatxob, R II. Co miitAt
II L. IlALLlOAT, W P. HAU.IPAV.
U. V. Williamson, Sntrms Uibo,
A B. Saftohd.
Exohange, Coin and United Statea
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received sad s general banking
O'CALLAHAN ft HALL,
aooflng and Guttering a Speoialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty In
any part of Southern Uliiviis.
Lightning Bods, Pumps, Stores
TeVUma Fresmtlr Dss.
Oiranaat In the ksevi
U-m d4f COL LT A H k O.Wf
a asvi istiriri rss a. -
THE NEW MAGAZINE,
fOL'BTH NLWBEB (JI LT) KKAUT To
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Career, lesth, w. ill and Succession.
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It. Jabn Hall's April l'hllosephert (Kools) .
1 he True American characteristic 1'oem.
Washmirton a Marshal of t rance.
Je.n loprelow's Fancy.
New llorve- Car Poetry, for April.
I Kim Pedro's Characteristics.
A Whist Party in the Ark
Three Capitalists Aster, Stewart, Vanderbilt
Mark Twain at a liors- Auction.
First Female Lobbyist at Washington.
Ibe Ulrl of Seed e a paalsh Foem.
Koyalty la tba United States.
Arteraus Ward's Character and Peculiarities.
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