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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, APllIL 101.
BY JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
Of LY BiULY WER JN KOYPT.
1 Xn " m -r rc '
. W. II. NorrU,
M. II. Uldf
Notary I'u I.I le and P
-MOUTH AMEMCAi PA
. HARTFORD, COXIV.,
AmU 8,M4.si 7a
. 1'lffiMI, nAHTFORO,
a IlVTERlf ATIOJtAL, .
AhcU 1,M3,SIN 17
A eta 7M.V37 73
Aeaeta 51ft.73 Hg
. HOME, COLUMBIH,
AaeetB 8I5.S7S 41
Aasietss aiT 94
COHar. MUTUAL tfo'Ii,
AMCla SO,))).)) 99
NLKA.VCE CO., HART.,
A Mate! a Mil MA m
Safford, Morris & Candee,
71 OHIO I.EVJEK
City .National Dank,
JpiKE AND MARINE
amcti . .i,3taia
Gerraanla, nr. Y.
Hanovor, IV. Y,
Aniens.... . ttaa,7a
Flopublic, IV. Y,
Ahkt Tit,taa aa
YoDkorMt N. Y. ;
ajmkts . ..tmt,m la
An-jrra.. tsaa.its as
Security, IV. Y. ; Marine
mbt... ..-.i,u aa so
8tori. DvcIIImb. Pnrnltnra. null.
Cargo laaured at ralee u favorable m eoaad
permanent aecurllr "III warrant
IrMpeelfully aek el the cIumm of Cairo,
eher of their petrosal.
Offleeat Kirit .National litak
JAN. 1, 1871,
Fire Insurance ompany
Largest stud rstroageat Mama
Fire Iaaarance C aay
In the World.
By charter of the eoBipany, tha Mutual mem
tun are responsible for paymsnt of all loesea,
whether under Mutual or Ceh Petioles, thue
f uraateeinK the Cash Poller Holiier the
Most Reliable Indemnity
Oflered by any
Company la the Halted States
miS AGENCY I88UES 0A8II IN
Premium notee (lineebnrropertT in.
eurrd) ..... "4i!!:i'" 1"
Cash Items .......... 3av,oaa ttu
Total vr.ilableeei of Co... ...... ,5ai MO ao
UcrMM of aasele of Co. during
pat 11 moathe . If1?.8.1,?? J?6
CejhrecelpledurincllTO........ fsa,Tai 0a
tinountraid for losses during
During tbo put tblrty years tha Lycos
ing Insuranco Company ha paid over
4A90 clalmi, amounting to f 3,89T,
capital Mtl Aseeta Jim iOlh, lit,
r M.na.ev ta.
Bprlngdeld, llle.. January 89, lTt. t
Daia Si- ..-The l.ycomlnjc Kiro Ioeuranca Com-
Btor bat compiled with the lave, aad ia author
ndlodobmlneeeln IIIIdoH. '
Toure trnli, E. 0. UFPJNCOTT.
Ageati, Cairo, Jlle.
OBceln Wlnter'e Block, corner Tloatreetand
Oomnarcial TBUa. llllod
True Comaittae on Foreign Ilela
tionn have (greed to report bill allow
ing rIx Japanese Btudcntit adaiis-lon to
West Point at cadeU, tLeir own govern
taent to pay all their expenses.
If Congress adjourns thia week, it ii
thought tbo Praaidant will call an ax
tra aeanton to eooatder and act upon
the trcatiea agreed oa by tha Joint High
Commiuiou and other executive btui-
Tiik Rev. James Lynch, colored sec
retary of the ta. of Misiiisippi, has
issued an addreca to the negroes of tho
Methodist church, of Jackson, in which
he exhorts them to orderly and Chris
tian conduct in a rery proper manner.
lie also promises to send them "a min
ister to take charge of the church ono
who hai never been connected with po
litics iu any way which will be a
true boon, n political preachers havu
not improved the condition of thing at
tho South anymore than elsewhere.
Tiik ahip canal which the govern
ment has in contemplation to unite the
the waters of the Atlantic and Pacific
oceans aoroM the Isthmus of Dsricu
will have to be fifty miles long. The
distance between the two oceans is one
hundred and fifty miles. Surveyors
have found one hundred miles of this to
bo indicated by river course, leaving fif
ty miles to be cut through by artificial
means. To build a canal the letigtft
of this distance will cost tho govern
ment one hundred and thirty millions
THE USE OF TUE OATH.
Ia a late number of the Gmyrtmon-
al Glolt, we find reported in full a
unique and interesting' speech, recently
made by Hon. S. 8. Cox, in the house
of representatives, on the subject of
oaths. The text of his discourse was
the stock of teat oaths, iron-clad and
other, which has been made to form
part of the machinery of "reconstruc
tion." Hut, not content with exposing
the uselessnosa and impolicy of these
political oattui, Mr. Cox advanced to a
consideration of tho whole subject of
legal swearing, and made a most power
ful plea for its restriction within nar
rower limits. An immense amount of
curious rewarch was brought to the il
lustration of the subject, the experience
of all times and countries, and the opin
ions of the worthies of all ages being
made to bear testimony against a facile
use of the oath in public aflairs His
conclusion was tho following sweeping
Thetemako-ibifts contrlbuto to lying.
Tbey belittle tha sanctions of the oath.
Thev are tbe effoct of tho frequent and
familiar swearing. They dlibonor society
and government, its agent. Tbey call
down religion from its heavenly home to
drag it luto tho mlro of human depravity.
Tbay therefore corrupt tbe very well
springs of trulhand luitico. It is lecauio,
Mr.Kpeaker, the oath abolished by this
bill is a portion of such a system of de
moralisation and barbaritm tbat I favor
its abolition. I would go further and
abolish all political and nil promiuory
oaths. I would do it, not only to pre.erve
society, but boeauseslr, that appalling and
abiding sense of the Divlno Majesty, in
voked so carelessly upon tbo occasions of
oath-taking, ought not to be impaired, or
tbe effulgence) which emanates from tbo
promlio of nil word bo contaminated by
the imperfections and vices of men I
Mr. Cox is doubtless ahead of his
tee on this subject, yet wo believe tho
time ii not distant when attention will
be forcibly called to the travesty of
sacred things too often involved in tho
common legal use of the oath, and to
its influenco in cultivating tho crime of
NEWS OFTHE STATE.
Tbe Kovoro Homo at DooAtur was de
stroyed by Are on Prlday morning.
Peoria claims tbat it publlo school
ystem (s among tbe foremost in the state.
The Legislature has pasted a bill author
Icing the election of wemen to school offi
ces. John Robert, of Decatur, was thrown
from a day wagon on Monday last, and
had.blsskullfraoturod, from thaeffeotsof
which ho died on Tuosday.
Ninety-eight patents were issued by tbe
United tHates patent office for the week
ending April 4, of which number Illinois
Ob Friday,' petition from tha citlaan
of Woodford and Monroe count!, for tbe
removal of tbe capital to Peoria, was pre
sented to tbo Legislature.
A man named',Cobb, tried, for muraVsr
seven years ago, lu Peoria, arid sentenced
to penitentiary for ten 'yeas, but who 'es
caped 4t the time, has been discovered in
Kaniu and takon back.to Peoria.
Mr. R. B. Treadway, prominent citi
zen of Uhieago, ell through the natch
way of a building, from the fourth story,
through tho doors' of those below, and was
,Lt.wk a littlo girl of Mr. John
Conroy, of Decatur, was kicked. In the
mouth iiy.aool. and fatally Injured. Tha
Mtlro iipp r:gnm and al) the lower taatk
except four we're torn away.
Crops in all parti of tho State ar ro
period to present a Iner sMearaace
than ha been the case for soma
years past,'and It Ii bellovcd, If nothing
Occurs to change tbe prospect tho harvests
will bo ununiHlly large.
A man narnad Urcenuii Tillvydled in
Wabash county last week from tbo effects
of a wound In tho head, csuiod by tbo
throwing of a brickbat by one William
Gray. Th latter caned to Indiana and
has not-been apprehended.
Two youthful loccndlarlci were arretted
in Qulncy lat weok. Oou named Kcl
bore, t! tilled that the other had tot fire
to tho hay in a itablo, and then opened
the door and let a horse out. The wlt-
iimi had aim litirnfff .talilf anil
boys tMtlfled tlfcAijthJrd, lKi.fkjVBr!oy, 1
nau urcu ono. ino two boys arreitcu
were relcnied on ball.
The incomo of llE AmSaTcnS Htblo So
ciety last year was 57.10,000 'and 951,000
Hibles and Testament were inuod.ar
A mnn named John O'Brien wa burned
to death in the conflsgntion of the Oxford
rcniale tiemlnnra.-, . v
Charles D. Sorlbr'wr and DavKHTMillor
have been arretted In New York for
inland soiling canceled revenues
Abott s'JOOOO worth of cleaned stamps
were found on their prernltei.
A Kentucky lecturcii, named .Maud
Deforest, it to lecture in Tcrre Haute "on
Woman's Suffrage (53 the' Han Domingo
annexation and General or President
Grant, and the Fifteenth amendment and
Adam Brentllngar, who murdered his
wife near Lima, Ohio last fall, wa bung
at tbat place last Friday. Jut before tbe
execution, the hymn, "All that I am, say
sin, my guilt, My death was all my own."
was tung at the request of tbe prisoner,
which, it wat thought, wat his confession
of hit guilt.
Dr.'Scanland, a well known phyilclsn
of Chicago, was (hot and Instantly killed
by hit brother-in-law, 1. H. Leonard, on
Friday evening. Family discntions were
the cause of tho tragedy. Tho affair ha
cjui1 a profound sentation in Chicago,
from the high social standing of tbo par
ties und the peculiar circumttancet lending
to the fatal deed.
An Ego Wituik an Eoq. Says tho
Hannibal Gjurirr of tho 3d; "Mr. Grimes
bat a rare curiosity at his reitaurant on
II roadway. Yetterday, having occasion
to break an egg, hit lady ditcoverel upon
the imldo of tho shell a perfect mtnlaturo
egg about tbe also of a blue-bird' egg, aad
with u shell at hard as an egg of tho usual
dimensions. Tho larger ono was of full
size and seemed entirely disconnected from
tho smaller ono on the imldo. This spe
cimen would mako an excellent study for
those veried in eggology, and may bo
seen at Grimes.
Tinr American Odd Fellow for April,
hu a varied tablo of contents, including
several interesting illustrated articles.
The Guerrilla's ;itavenge, a Texan Story;
Froomasonry and Odd Fellowship com
pared, by Rev. A. Ii. Grosb; A Revolu
tion in Ocean Puuenger Trade (illustra
ted); An Odd Follow Abroad; Entertain
ing Mltcellany and Original Poetry;
Stories that Flowers Tell (illustrated);
Home Department; Extensive Correspon
dence, Ac, Ac. Published by the A. O. F.
Attociatlon, No. 9C Nniiftu ttreot, New
York. $2.60 por year, ?1,'5 per volume.
Wo have recti vod tho April number of
tho Prtsi, an illustrated journal publithcd
by Horton and Leonard, Chicago, and
have no hotltatlon In pronouncing it, in
every reipoct, a publication worthy tho
patronrgo of the public.
The finely tinted paper, tho elegant
illustrations and tho real oxeellonco of
tho literary matter contained in tho num
ber of the Pr now before lis, mako Ik
a literary feast, perfect In 'all its details.
Tbo two Illustrations, the Luxemborg
and tbo Tullorie aro worth moro than
fire time tho lubtcriptlon price for a year.
Tbo iVcn may boobtalnod by addressing
Horton & Leonard, publishers, 107 & 110,
Randolph streot, Chicago.
- . . i
The drum-major who ran away from
Chlckamauga, when reproached with
cowardice replied : ''I'd rather bo called
coward all my lifo than a corpse fifteen
A Western editor reprcientsViMby
"flow, but not cloanough to ren."
Ah old bachelor compare ltfo to n shirt
button, because it io often bangs by
When Eve told Adam to chastise
ton. what fivo acriDtaral names aia
use? "Adam," Sestyvo, "Cain Abel."
Medical societies are warned not to ask
a Western minister to preach ror mem.
He has this text ready: -'In hia dlseaso
Asa sought not to UtvLrd, but to the
Dhnieians. Aad Ba '-slept with hi
A marble cutter aearLockport recently
received f rose a Oeraaac an order for
tombstone with the following epitaph
-Mr vifr Kua is oast; If she had Hf(.till
aext Friday shd boon deJ shuit two
coks. As a trco fall so mutt sho stand.
All things it Impossible tnlt God."
A German physician declares that un
married women live much lonccr than
married women. This is truo. For in
stance, if Colonel SuiRti II. Anthony had
married nt tho niro of twonty-flvo sho
would hardly have lived to sco tho be
ginning of tho present century.
A .St. Louis clurk of courts has prepared
an cliborato and elegant divorce diploma
printed on vollum paper. It It designed
ThU iIbm ornament ia destined to bo-
cot qaSte poyuMfrhe leader of tbe
fashion In this line will be one who
can obtain tbe most diyorca diraWuut,
vorcist will prnlnhlyjiatl from Chicago.
-Thw MJowing highly appreciative "trl
Cq!'' to California strawberries is from a
Western Daner; "Strawberries "row fri
Cnllforiia all tbe ytar)ounS.Jrjjq straw-
I uuiigt ssttntis nil uiiuinai au.Uf i irt uvtuir
acominon for an ordinary funnily to subsist
nktono for ii week, It'must riot be up
no?Vd.thttt ell the varieties nro ofAlilt sls-r.
some aro much smaller, andt Is nS ifw
rcquentfor a healthy man tounlsli ono at
The bovs'onJUnfe Wharf, TfewHan,
have a any! way'of 'getting molaMc Iri
to their. SUaiiHcbjfv TLoy ..take a long
string, dip it Uto the molasses, and Ant
ling one end between their teeth swallow
tho rest. After calmly enjoying the de
licious sweetness awhile, they take hold of
the ond of the string and pull It gently out
and repeat tho operation. It's fun, says
tho New'Haven Palladium; if you don't
bcllevo It, try It ycurMjlf.
A Tobaccofloving, preachcer, not
long since) asked to stay all night at
country hotue, hut was forbidden by a
lady. Knowing her to bo n member of
the Church, and generally known to en
tertain ministers, he began to quoto Paul
to her, hoping that she would understand
by this that ho was u preacher. He had
hardly got out "For thereby some liavo
entertained angels unawares," when she
laid; "I know, sir; but angels would
not cCroo with quids of lobveco stuck in
their mouths." Tho preacher left without
any further ceromony.
llllual ta the Front.
Ifrom tli Ctert land LtaJtr.l
Tho fruit of tho recent ceniui, n tbey
aro slowly coming to light, form a chap
ter of wonderful significance und Interest.
The table showing tho aggregate wealth
in the different slates records a steady,
massive growth, which, to any ono not
actuallyfamillier with this country and
its people,, roust stem incomprehensible.
Take, for inrtsnco, the state of Illinois,
whoso total wealth ten years aro
was estimated nt S871,8t50,2iJ2, or U,
Ctl,63G less than that of Pennsylvania.
During the (ntervoning decado, Illinois
has not only nearly trebled her wealth,
but owwMripped -penuylranla by more
than'sixta! millions uf dollars; and this
In the'ftco 'of tbe fact that Pennsylvania
has raeanwhllo itself achieved a growth
nmoontlng to f l,2X,088,227. Wo believe
this result ono of tho most astonishing of
all that will bo found in tho census.
Probably not fifty men In tho wholo coun
try would havo doomed it possible that
of tho old, thickly settled Keystouo state,
with its coal, iron, potroloum, and its vnst
manufacturinc Interests. Yet such is tho
clear, indisputablo teaching of tho figures
now beforo us, and it only romalns for tho
statistician and theorists to search out tho
cause of tho stupendous parodox.
Tho growth of Ohio, though .oxtraordi
nnry, is dwarfed by the gigantic strides
of Illinois. Tbo increate of wealth In this
citato since leoo la put lnwn nt f 410,-
105,887, or about 37 pur cent, or its entire
worth ton vcars niro. This increase I
confined largely to tho cities and towns,
the rural districts having siiuereu nenvny
from tho tendency of farmers' som and i
daughter to flock towards tho towns,
or to tho richer nnd cheeper lands or
tho west. It is no longer to be questioned
that tho rich prairies of tho western
states havo undo tho path of tho farmer
In tho middlo or eastern stutes it d I Ill
cult ono. The man who can buy laud
at $15 to (20 por aero und raise thou
sand bushels of wheat nnd corn with
the same labor end expense that it cost
him to raiso a hundred bushols on tho old
tarm In Ohio, Now lork or Pennsylva
nia, will bo very likoly to control tho
markets to mo prejuuico ot tno eastern
farmer. The result has been that whllo
Indiana has grown 142 percent, and Illi
nois 10J por cent. Dtirlnir tho pint ton
years, Ohio, with all her development in
mnnuiaciurea, nas auaeu to nor wen mi
but 37 pcrcont. Illinois is to-day nu ex
nmplo of what a 11 bo nil, enterprising rail
Way system will do for a state with a
broad aroo, a favorable position, nnd
with few swamps and no desorts. Tho
stato is one broad garden of arablo land:
Illinois seamed her prairios from Cai-
ro to Chicago with railways;
ineetmoaas tnero nassprunj
m unity In tho wdrTd. Ten year bonce
shall find Iowa, Kama and Minnesota
taking from Illinois, as Illinois has taken
from Ohio, and in tura leading In tho pt5
centago of growth. Tho agricultural su
premacy of this country belongs by natu
ral righvto ttcJflTest, and It only romalns
for tho oidcrT0Kl of tho East to develdpe
their mines, their manufactures and their
commerce, as Illinois, Iowa and Missouri
aro dovoloping tho marvelous soil with
wnicn naturo no enuowcu mem
North aad South of Paris.
Seata at Tlllajalf aad Uagiicux-Wcst
Government Troops Cross tbe
and Occupy Longchap.
of MaUlflt BrokearfMli.
mfarv!ato the City.' V
Ga.pdNmtK JM Scigo I'iOelJ" ftrought'
lloeJta el'SHatr Ilame tUoied More
--4rawtMura;ni. AntolB. Kir.
LoTtdon, Aprr 0 i,.""MVThorowt
desporato flglitins around Pari on Satur-
(buFot ulerlar. tnnd tbad valued
boc o?tho army of Veriautteadlly
bombarded Fort Maillot, their Tljffl fnU
inc in the CJinaflMhiW.
V ' fOUTII OK TUB C1TV.
An ejigageiiient took. place at Villrjulf,
i) there were klrranTi4 nt Iisgncaitr
Alt tho outliern forts
uiined firing. Tho uovcraasjpnt
rorcct ar,r gaming grounu
In front 'o'
Monta RotiL'.i and Ilicctre.
gntci of tho
strugVo U e.xpacJ) nt tho
It it reported that M. Tlilors it averse
to forcing un cntmn'jn into Paris by fight-
ng, and hu prefers to reduce the city by
At ten o'clock Inst night the cannouadu
at Porte Mallut nnd other points continued
with great violence.
t'KlllTINO IN T1IKCITV.
To-day n conflict occurred among tho
insurgent thumselvc in tbe Ruede Fau
bourg St. Antolne, In consequence oftk
refusal of n portion of the national guard
ch ixivond the wall.
The Moniteur reports that Dclcicliiso Is
under arrest; also that tho umbulanco ser
vice in Paris is Insufficient nnd tho woun
ded are suffering greatly for want of prop
Domiciliary visits will bemado tomor
row to seok for refractory nationals.
Tho recent decree of commune has been
modified so ui to mako military service
compulsory on nil between the nges of 19
A VLOTIM.A OF aUNIIOATK.
hat been sent from Havre up tho Soino to
assist lu operations agalntt Paris. Sclge
guns havo also been dlspatcbodfrom Havre
and Cborbourg for tho uttack on tho forts
occupied by tho insurgents.
Tlio insurgents National guards In Mar
seilles woro diiarmcd without resistance,
nnd all tho prisoners wcro sent to Cha
Tbo Observer says that Illimarck is
still favorablo to tho restoration of Na
poleon. ;the latk&t iixroitTs.
London, April 10-2:30 a.m. Tbo
government forces aro encamped In
Courbovolre, and occupy tho bridgo of
Nouilly. Tliay aro barricading tho vil-
lago and tho bridge. I ho communists
havo reinforced their Hrtillcrynt tho Forte
Maillot and at thu Porto desT'urnot, Mont
Vulerhn and tho batteries at Courbcvoiro
havo maintained incknunt bombardment
all day, and their shells fell beyond the
arch of triumph. Tho national havo
evacuated Camps Kiyseua und ompy tho
adjecent streets. Thu effort of tho com
munists to force tlio citizens generally to
tuko up arms, havo so far failed.
THE RED FLAG
LATEST kkom PAUIS.
IIkkoiik Pakih, Sunday night, via Lon
don, Mnrcli 10, 4;30 a. S. It it reported
thai tlio Versailles troops havo crossed the
rjoiuoat Asnlores nnd aro concentrating
nl Longclmmps. Arbitrary arrests aro in
creasing in number in tbo city. Many
moro cures havo boon thrown into prison.
Church services aro generally susponded,
and tho doors of the cathedral of Notro
Damo have been closed. Gen. Uorgoret
U under arrost. Tho party of conclllia
atlon are redoubling tholr efforts. Tbey
huvo held publlo meetings itf favor of
poaco, at which mombers of tho commune
were proiont. Tho communists aro
building additional barricades in the
quartors threatened bybesiegor.
Sunday Kvenino, April 9.-Thero has
rli..-nn-J. 'YflU been cannonading nil day. Tho Champ
rWBwiPSmKllM ro completely deserted, and tho
jauonai guarilt nro hiding in tno cross
streets, locking protection from tho shells,
which fan In every direction, muny closo
to tlio American legation. Tho resisfi of
forty-eight hours cannonading, Is that tho
Versatile troop havo crossed tho Seine
and occupy SablonvlUk and Longclninipj.
Tho drawbridges ntul nfcor ' of the l'orto
TlllKRa CLAIMS VICTOIIY.
VannAiLLKs, March 8. A circular, is
sued by President Thiers, and bearing tho
date of tho 7th, says: Yesterday tho
army carried the inturgont position nt
Courbevoie, and tho bridgo at Ncuiily was
carried by the government troop. Gen
era! Montondon was slightly, aud Gcnoral
Fechot "ertoMlv wounded. Tho losses of
tho insurgents are lminons'vtnd thn posi
tions captured aro nf decli , importHiico.
A special from Versailles to the Loudon
Telegraph soys tho Asicmbllsts liavo nd
vanceto Porto Molllnt nnd holdn p.isl
Ranundor tho ntniparts. Forts D'Issy
and Hkctrohri'c censed tiring, l'urls has
only prrftdstoTis for two diiys. Tho col-
tho Insurrection Is Imminent.
Q. I. WIl.iMA.TiMf.V,
MiSHlOS .Tf KltIIAM'
No. 70 Ohio Levee,
r CAIRO, ILL.
iprrlnl ntlelitlon kIvpi1. CoutlRn
uirutannil Fllllnu Order
fata MLr.llnn. lUnlSnil t Clkrlt.t
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COMMISSION MERCHANTS. .
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, CAltttlw ILL.
Artui. ! Ani'ertt'nwder Co., nod
nnnufacinrare Aafcnil (or t:ottou Vnrsi
NJIYTII cV CO.,
Al.o, k.p coaiUnlly ca hand a raost com
plete toc It ol
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Por!, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
Wk are ul lur J. Held i Co.' Celebrato
Wn II exrlualrelr for Ch. to which lact w
inritn ilm attention of clo.o txtrsalo hujer
r-plI attentlnn siren lo filling orders.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS.
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VltXIStll AHMTIIACTN Oh" TIT I.I
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Tlw Hoiiiik lii lien ly fiirnl.tied an oirer. filli
nibllulir-t-'lii u.'i'iiinnio.l.liuin. (VbT.ltf
jyj-n . m. mvamii:u
Ml L LI N E RY
Indies' Furnishiug (ioods,
Cnruer Xlutti Nlreet.
All kind of clothing lor ladles' near made tn
order, or redymale, Al.o, full assortment of
Chartered Sfarcli .11, 141
Vity IVatfonal Bank
A 11. BAfmnii Prei,ient
SA B. TAVI.OH, NfjBvI'rMldriil;
InriUOl. Kwrvuiry nn.l Treasurer.
Depoaltaof any Aninnnt UtT(dfMBB
Ten Unite Vptrardi,
IiilproSt pild "n dppo.lt nt the rn'n of tr er nr.
per niinnin .litrrh I t r.u.l Sept. Im. '
If.tnrtunot wICHlrawn NiHded linln".UIlT to
IU srinclpiilof ihdopcjiil(.,thrul.v KitinKtt'em
lliirrlvtl Women a lit) Cliildrca
.Mnv ilpo-lt inoni-r rt Hint
,VI)l).VK i;WE CAS VHXW IT.
pen prerrbu.ineo. dr Irnm v inn.ln3n.m.
and Saturday rroninR fur HAVJNd IlKPlWlTS
nniy. irnin io ciou.
VT. 1IT.SI.UI. Treasurer.
CITY KATIOHAL BANK
Capital - - $100,000
tV. 1'. IIALMUAV, lreatiteiit
A. 11. .SAKFOItD, Caahleri
VVAl.TniC HVSI.OP, Aealetant Vaelilf i
rntl tV hit"
tiro. 1). Mllllamsoit,
A. II. SAfferil,
Yt. I'. Hatlldsr,
llnbt. II. Cnaalaabam
Mrphen III rd.
Kxulsanare, Coin aud
u. tt.jsomi nought
a(ji:.n r.ttit. n.vMtixo niiNi.v i
FIRST UmWH B&HK
ItANIKI. IlCltn, S'rcaldenlt
HOIII'.ltl' V. MII.lir.ll, Vlrt-Hra.t
V. X. lIUtllllM, Ci. tiler.
Collections Promptly Made.
CxcliHriKC. C'olu, Hunk Notf
ami UriKt'd Ntiitcs Neciirl
tlCN JIoiiulil mid
latcrcst Allowed on Time UeatMlta,
Cor. Stli St. k Wiishlngton live.;
Cairo, - - - Ilsnois
I supplied with the fretlieat
tlrot'crlfe, Urern and Dried aaMl l'n
Dressed Poultry, Fresh Butter
And eterytluns ele needed (or family aupplr
III In aliurt ouo of tho beat atoekrd srocenea Ia
A couiinuactf or public puronije ureieciiuuy
Cor. Poplar and Thlrteeuth St.,
CAIRO, - - - - ILLINOIS
(In the tuiUInK known the SmlthBtore.)
domir a Oenntl (iroccry llnslne.. in KiriU-CI&M
o.., lino Te.H, piirA U-illee, Canned and Dried
nut', SiiMKelunt Hilt Mi'.ir, I'lOlde.l Pork,
ard, iSmiikvd Heel, nutter, Kre.h KiiH. Flour
e.l.Silt Ki.h, Nu., Candle, Shot, nnd all klnJ.
jj.wNiHiiilly kept in tlrt.cli grocery ttoie
Till: IIAVLS VKHTICAL YEF.lt
Tlio Completes!, Simplest aim is
Sewing JIachIno fu Use.
Cor, 8th St. ATWashinglan Ave
Tho demand for the DAVIS 8KW1NO J1ACH
l.NKln thu AlUutio States, viheru Uiey are ll
kiiinni, und vtliuru tliey aupplant all other., U
urenter thnn I'un U anpplled.
It never full in any kind of work. II iieimple,
ron-i.tui); of n few atroux part., and Ita rertlral
feed enald it to run over e.nn and to turn eor
nrra without chanua of atitvti or tension.
Cloihln nnd lilovo manufacturer pteforit to
all othera, nnd that it Is Juat tha thing for famlli
eewlny everybody wii I acknowledge after exam
Mum Hudera havo several anes and different
cljle of finish, u l rpecUully lutllo all who
BEST SEWIHG MACHINE
lUnufactured to give llieiaa call before purehaa
Call nud (let a ClrcaUr,
ii iii nun n
i i a i " ii iiiiiimn ii
W) U UUJUlill u