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JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.,
COMMIMfHON AJID rOUWAKDIWU.
W.fllraT(onr " " T. Ill.d.
STRATTON & Willi),
(Sueecs.nrs toHtralton, lludoi A Clirk.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Jiff D
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
Wlpnl" of American Powder Co., and man
far tufom agen tafor cotton yarn. J7dll
CLOSE k VINCENT,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
till
Cement, Plahter Parih,
1Kb
PLASTERER'S HAIR,
Va . a rivhlL tU-. a . a. a -
CAIRO, ILL.
PETER CUIIL
tictt.in
jjuuu ALJSKtJJl ANT
19
MILLERS' AGENT.
No. 80 Ohio Levee,
CAIHO, ILLINOIS.
Ordori tolicltod and promptly Oiled.
Jyl dtl
II. M. HULEN,
ROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Coinmercial-ave.,
CAIRO, ILL1NOIH.
MILLER k l'AHKEH,
Vjiy i'j 1 1 i .1 I i mi jvs II I rv
axi
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
lib
Oats, Hay, etc.
68 Ohio Levee, OAIKO, ILLS.
JOHN H. PIIILLIS,
(Successor to Parker fc I'lillli.,)
IkD
FORWARDING MERCHANT.
AVD
:aler in hay, corn, oats,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
TENTII-ST. and-OHIO LEVEE,
CA1KO, ILL.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
censors to E. It. Hendricks Co.,)
i? i
warning aim v-ommission
MERCHANTS
nAKP-UQAT . PROPRIETORS,
OAlltO, U.L.
Liberal Advance made ucnZy
S Consignments, J&fW
prepared to receive, .tore and forward
ireiK.ni mj an jmiiusand ouy aim
tell tu commission.
Jusinrsa atUoded la promptly.
WOOD MTTENIIOUSE,
(Succcasor o( Avers Co,)
FLOUR
eral Commission Morclmnf
153 01IIO XEVJtE, t
Cairo, Illinois.
pbintixq.
Having recently added all
thefonlaofthelalestalyle
of card and circular typo
to our already, full and
complete assortment, wo
t,t. nlmunra Id announc-
1 lug to our renders that wo
! do all kind of Job woik,
uucli a
ads,
'Iter UeaJs,
Statements,
' Dlanlia,
Checka,
Card a i
Envelope,
, Circular.,
iouger,
Posters,
Etl.
In tlio moat artlstlo style,
Mid guarantee satisfaction.
PROPRIBTORS.
fPlTT? UTTT T PfllTXT
BY TELEGRAPH
Heports-d frprUlly for the i'Mlra Bail.
ifiin. Ten hour In ndrnnr of hi.
WASHINGTON.
THE MOHILE COLLECTOR.SHIP.
REMOVAL OF COLLECTOR
W A RN ER DEM A N DED.
THE REPORT ON THE TARIFF.
IMPORTANT QUESTION SUB.
MITTED TO THE 'ATTOR
NEY GENERAL.
ARREST OF A NOTORIOUS
FORGER.
THE MOIIILK COLLECTOK.IHIt'.
Wakhinoton, Julv 20. The Motile
collectors hip is Hill being agllatod by.Ala-
unuia ltomiciam.
SENATOR HfCSCIH .
continue iho prcnuro for collector War
ner rxmovai. lie had an interview thla
morning with Sccretiry Boutwcll upon
the subject. It li reported that In caio
Warner it removed from the ofllco of
collector, he will lie offered the cntnmii
sionorship of Indian affairs.
NATIONAL HANK PAYMENTS.
Nearly nil the national bank have sent
in their somi nnnual payment of tax on
dividend, circulation, etc.
Ity law all tbe taxot must be paid by
thu II rat of Augus'..
TIIK CAMI I.V THE TREASURY
will bo increased from thia source about
two million five hundred thousand dol
larH. THE REPORT OX THE TAklrif
just prepared at the bureau of itatiitlci,
IVUMIUI aiAlJ'U IQ UWV li'iablll ui luo
tarill. Thfcie arc 10 digested that each
law hat all the articles enumerated and
arranged in alphabetical order. The pro
grcii of legiilation ii ihown in a liriei of
rnrnnaratlrn tntilM and .Vi.
of the tabid '.Till i how nt a glance the
inrin uiuory ox every article; ut nrit in
troduced in the law, and subsequently
amended. There weru but a fw enumer
ated in the curly tariff law, comoienclng
in 17fc'J, never exceeding tuo hundred;
while the enumerations In the present laws
umounl to over ilftecn hundred.
AX lUltlKTANT ((CKSTION
tius aricn retpcrting ttate and municipal
toK.j. The officers of a bank in Iuislun&
have written vo Secretary lioutwell stat
ing that thu city authorities at which
place the bank is located have assessed a
tax of three mills on the dollar on their
capital. They claim exemption from the
paymtnl of this tax, on tbeeround that
their capital is represented Ty bonds of
the funded loan and aro consequently
exempt from taxation. Tho matter has
been referred to tho attorney general, and
his decision will tot at rest numerous in
quiries upon this subject which are dally
rccoircu at me treasury.
The iccrotarr of tho treasury vesterdar
npproTcd tho application of tho
MERCHANT' D18PATCU TBAHsrORTATIOX
COM1IANV,
and has forwardel bonds, to New York
for execution. This company is tho first
yet bonded under tho act of July 14, 1870,
for tho immediate transportation of mer
chandise to the wast in bond, without
appraisement or examination at the port
of nrrival.
It. 11. IJullock,
A XOTOBIOL'S FORCER,
who escaped from Rockford, Illinois,
about n week ago, was arrested yesterday
at tho pension bureau, whore ho appeared
and claimed that a year's pension was
duo him.
THE KENTUCKY WAR CLAIMS.
Tha .Wltlnn nf ll, (-...,,,,. .I..,l
in tho case of the Kentucky war indemni-
ij cmiuia, una ueeu luriuureu uoiayou Dy
reaann nf thn ronroientatlrnt nf thn cuia
desiring to make additional slatiments on
tho subject boforo tho final action.
WEATHER REPORT.
The barometer roso considerably in the
southern states on Tuesday night but it
now ntrnln fallintr. It remains low weit
of Louisiaia and northward to Nebraska.
Tho low pressure which1 was, Tuesday
evening, in Minnesota, has moved east
ward and is now oxtendi&g towards lako
Ontario where the pressuro has fallen de
cidedly.
xno small are oi low uaromolcr, wnicu
was Tuesday p.m., southeast of New Jer
sey, has 'moved to tho north-west ino'
Pennsylvania.
Utah, north-easterly winds i prnyailod
Tuesday p.m. on tho coast of New Jersoy,
with rain and storm felt slightly from
Khodo Island to Yersinia. , .
Cloudrand raln eohllmii In Vow Ens-
land and tho nsrth-wet.
Clcarincr weathnr i.
lean to Minnesota, but rfniwlv anct thrnul
. ' ' ' r; -
tho gulf cuunuoi irom Jitoun w
, fUOUAJIILITIEJ.
Ttn oaanl ii..nll.n. t . 1
.r""'"rL I''oaoiy, lor luo
unnor lakosThurad&v .nn ii.
lndi9atod,f9i; tbo gulcwut apd.aouthorn
stales; an area larqmeter.probably more
eastward from lako Huron with fresh
south-west winds on lakes Era.andOntafi.
Cloudy and threatening winds north, Und
north-cast of Massachusetts, ' ' -'
NEW HAYEtf, COS.'
tup: America philooWal
society in session.
New IIjlvex, Con., July 25. Tho
Amoricnn philogical socioty commenced
its third annual session in this city yester
day. Chancellor, Crosby of Now York,
tho president of tho toddy, dolivored the
address. Papers on important points
will bo road by Prof. Whitney, Morfct,
Hall, lladloy and othora. In tho ovoning
& recoptlon vu given la tho Yalo art
gHry. .
CAIRO,
NEW YORK.
RAVAGES OF YELLOW FEVER
AT PANA, URAZIL.
NEARLY EVERY STRANGER IN
THE CITY HAS DIED.
TO CROSS THE OCEAN ON AN
INDIA RUBBER RAFT.
RUSSIAN MINISTER RECALL
ED. SAD HAVOC AMONG THE HOR
SES.
New-York. Julv 26. A nrlvntc letter
has boon received by tho last stoamcr
from an American resident of Pann, Jlrn
r.11, dattd July 4th, which suys tho yellow
fever hag assumed a verv inallunentform
nt Pna. Nearly every stranger in tho
city has died. Tho English consul died
few days ago, and I heard to-day that his
wife was dying. Dr.. Lamar,
Walsbtr, Ouadra. Labos and all tho eth
er Brazilian physicians aro losing nearly
all their patients with yellow fever. All
strangers aro liable to 'toko tho fever in
Pana, and nearly overv Portuirueso who
emigratcdto Pans, in tho last six or eight
months havo died. .Several steamer
which-lately arrived at New-York from
Pana, bava boco quarantined, in tho lower
bay, butthe last Iteaahcr from Kio was
ixrmitted.W) reaci ,rer dock, though sho
Cant. John Mccks. who In 18G7 crniaed
the Atlantic on an
INDIA BUIIUEK
ralt, Is having another raft made, 10 feet
lone aad 12 fast wide, on which he intends
to go to Europo accompancd by a boy.
lie will be ready to start about the middle
of August, and will carry with him CO
days' provisions.
to he recalled.
A dispatch from Washington sava thai
information has been rocccivcd that Ca-
taczy, tho Hussian .minister, will bo re
called. An argument was commenced in Chan
cellor Seabrisk's court, at Trent, yester
day, on a motion for a perpetual injunc
tion forbidding the united companies of
tho New Jersey and Pennsylvania rail
road company from perfecting a loase
with the former comnanv. On motion nf
ex-secretary of state, lilack, a poitpon-
mem oi tuo case was granted until
Wednesday, in ordor to wimble tho plain
tiff's counsel to examine tho renlv of tho
defense
Tho independent Volunteers of tho an
cient order of
UIIIEKXIA.V.
have called a meeting to bo held nixt
Saturday evening. The society, in tho
words or tho call, was formed on the
twelfth Inst, in the Hibernian hall by a
unanimous decision.
All Irish patriot wliall bo nreient nnd
will bo no delusion. Thonamosof the offi
cers attached to the call, arc tho same hi
thoso found upon thopsper taken from tho
porson'of a rioter on the day of the riot.
The horio dUcuso I. still making sad
havoc among railroad horses in this city.
Litters from Paris say an epidemic of n
serious nature prevails among horses.
DEATH OK A MIsEK.
Mary Gratoon, who for tho past fifteen
years has traversed tho street with n
hand-cart, collecting swill from tho tubs
of the city, died suddenly in a shanty nt
tho toot of West street, near Twonty
fourth stroet. Investigation proves that,
although sho died from starvation and ex
posure, she had nearly five thousand dol
lars in the North, l.iver savings bank,
which sho bequeathed, by will, to a llttlo
girl, ejight years of ago, who lived with
her. Tho win provides that tho girl shall
bo educated at somo Catholic boarding
school.
TAMMANT AND THE NEW-YOUK TIM Hi.
The Brooklyn Union savs: "Wo havo
high authority for iiying that a prominent
member of tho Tammany ring called upon
the principal proprietors of tho New-York
Times, n week or two since, and made n
standing offer for the copyright of the pa
per. Ho was told that thoro was not
money enough in New-York to buy the
Times. A day, or two aftor a Tammany
republican called on tho samo gentlemen
and offered $1,000,000 on tho part of tho
ring if tho Times would koep tilcnco con
cerning the frauds st la now unearthing.
GREAT EXPRESS R011I1EHY.
Land grant Jlondi of tho Kansas
Pacific railroad company with coupons to
July 1st, 1871 attached, number 301 to
306, ihclaslve, $500 each; from 250 to
285, Inclusive, f506 each; from 301 to 400,
'lnciusTve,""250 each"; from 451 tcToOb, in
clusive, $2ooeacb, wore .stolen from tho
United States express comnanv at St.
Louis, July 25, 1871. Tho public aro 1
caunonou against buying trio same.
' poimANfiTME.
THE GREAT RAILROAD MEET
ING. SPEECn BY SENATOR HAM
LIN. .TilK MKKTINU - -
Portland,. Ion, July 20. Tho rail
road meeting called to ad In tho Interest
ofSonatqr Hamlin's bill, which contem-
filates building a great grain transport
ng railroad from Chicago to Portland,
met here to-day. Governor Porlinm was
chosen chairman. ,
'tntNATOR HAMLIN
addressed, the meeting, saying that ho
'camo for privato conforonco nnd not to
ruaKo ipoechos. It was his' part to obtain
not to glvo information. Ho favored rail
roads, to .the west, but opposed gigantic
monopolies.
POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y-
RAlLIlbAD ' CONDUCTORS' IN
SURANCE COMPANY.
FouaiiKEErsiE, July 20. James Mar
shall, president of the United States and
Canada railroad conductor' insurance
company, ,1ms issued a call for tho annual
gatherlngof tho association at Hoolov's
opera houso, Chicago, on "Wednesday, Oc.
tobor 4, 1811.
ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JULY
FOREIGN.
BISMARCK CREATED DUKE OF
LUXUM BGURG.
PREPARATIONS FOR THE RE
CEPTION OF ANDY
JOHNSON.
FEARFUL RAVAGES OF THE
FAMINE IN PERSIA.
THREE HUNDRED DEATHS
DAILY.
DISTUilDAKUKS IN CANTON,
CHINA.
RISMAKCK.
Lo.vuo.v, July 20. It is rumored that
1 rlnco lliflrnnrrlr tint knn
aaHi I'VVII VtVtlkVH 1UltU
of Luxumbourg.
CONCEALED Altllf.
TherO llAI ho.in i1fs.npt-n.1 n t...
. ..'VW.V.VV4 .. IH.JjU IfUttll-
tlty or concealed arm?, which nro in lomo
way connected with Fcnlnnlsm.
WEATII or A COMEDIAN.
f!iarlnl Mntlintvs n .1faltn..l.t.1 a...a
Uian, died in this city nt 7 o'clock lmt
U. UIIIIII.
ANDY JOHNSON.
Arrflnr.f.nif.ntt n rn Imtnr mnrln
vm.v.... ' .u. .iiu
reception of Andy Jonhson, cx-prcsident
of tho United States, who is expected to
nrrivo hcront an early day.
EIGHTEEN COMMUNISTS
nro to be tried nt tho first sitting of each
of tho court martlals to be held in Ver
sailles. THE FAMINE IN PERSIA.
Tho Knglith Consul at Abrlz, has re
ceived and will forward to his government
tho most heart rending details of tho fam
ine in Persia.
Special dispatches from Constantinople
says tho faminejin Persia is causing dread
ful havoc.
THBEB HUNDRED DEATHS DAILY.
Tho deaths in tho proving of Khoras
san average three hundred deaths daily,
and o great is the distress that the dcud
bodies of the victims aro devoured by tho
survivors.
CANNIIIALIUM.
Men and women and children arc in
sumo cases killed to for food.
DISTURBANCE IN CANTON, CHINA.
Hong Ko.vo, July 23, via London, July
20. Disturbances have occurred in Can
ton, and n British gunboat has been
dispatched there for the protection of tho
English and other foreign residents in tho
place.
THE EVACUATION.
Paris, July 2C It is said that Presi
dent Thiers has induced Bismarck to con
sent to tho.ovncuation of tho Paris forU
still held by Gormen troonr, nnd tho en
tire departments of tho beinc anj Soine
Et Oiso, on or before tho 3lst of-August.
Manv of tho
COMMUNlT
prisoners who wero sent to tho different
i-'rcrich forts havo been rolcnsed.
SUMMONED TO ROME.
It is rumored that Cardinal Anlonelli
has summoned Bishop Dupnn tip to
I to me.
ST. LOUIS.
ISatialll JiU iiUUl 1Jia J J 1 J.X114
TOLEDO AND WABASH
RAILROAD.
SIX PERSONS KILLED AND
MANY WOUNDED.
A TRAIN OF THIRTY-THREE
CARS DEMOLISHED.
A FOUL MURDER IN DALLIS
COUNTY, MO.
St. Louis, July 20. A terrible railroad
accident occurcd at fifteen minutes past
six o'clock last ovening on tho Tolodo nnd
Wabash railroad, 10 miles from this city,
nnd two miles this fide of Edwardsvilll1,
ills.
X FREIKIir TRAIN,
of thrirty-throo cars henvily lniden with
grain, going south, nt great speed,
COLLIDED WITH A ORAVEI. TRAIN,
on which were a number of laborers rc
tdniing from tholr work. Of these,
SIX WERE KILLED
outright, and four others so siriously in
jured that llttlo hopo is entertained for
their recovery.
Of the other men on tho construction
train, fully one half wero moro or less In
jured, somo or them quito seriously, but,
with tho exception of tho four mentioned,
none nro believed to bo fatally hurt.
Tho track was not cleared At a luto hour
last nigh, nnd express trains transferred
their passengers.
AT THE SCENE or THE WRECK.
The collision occurred on a short enrvo
and neither cnginoor was awaro that
nnothor train was on tho track until it
whs too lato to provent tho cntnslrophe.
The cngincors nnd firemen from both
locomotives
jumped on
to timo to suvo their lives.
IIOTII ENGINES
and a largo number of cars wore demol
ished. Tho names of tho killed and
wounded havo not yet boon ascertained.
James Stockton, iv mason working on
tho lock at Kookuk, Iowa, was
FATALLY INJURED
yesterday, by a part of n derrick fulling
on him.
A COLD ULOODEI) MURDER.
Wm. Barnum, whilo working on his
farm in Dallas county, In this state, last
Friday, wus shot nnd instantly killed bv
unknown porsons. His body was riddled
with buckshot. Itissupposod the shooting
grow out of somo old war dilllculty.
LONG BRANCH.
VISITING THE HUDSON RIVER
GARRISON.
Lono Branch, July 20. President
Grant, accompanied by n party of gentle
men loit this morning for tho garrisons
on tho Hudson river.
27, 1871.
CINCINNATI.
ARREST OF THE INDIANA
STATE PRINTER,
ON A CHARGE OF PRESENTING
FR A I'DULENT ACCOUNTS.
Cincinnati, July 20. A special re
ceived hero last night from Inlanapolis,
states that Richard J. Bright, of the Sen
tine), was yesterday arrested on a chargo
of presenting fraudulent accounts as stalo
printer, and swearing to tho same.
jjrijjni ucci.ires uio prosecution libel
ous. His hearing occurs on Thur3d.y.
THE NEW PORT POISONING CASE.
Prof. Wr.ync, to whom was committed
tho chemical analysis of tho stomach and
content of James Maddox, who died In
tho streets of Now Port, Sunday night,
averring that ho had been poisoned by
John Mithcrinifhiim. rnnnrtn.1 (n.ntl..
giving no cvidenco of poison, whereupon
Mithcringham and Mrs.Charrnll, at whoso
houso liouor vtui ilrnnlr liv fn,l,l,.T
released from custody. '
THE. SUNDAY LAWS.
The campaign on tho'reneal of the Sun
day laws promises to bo octivo. Tho at.
ganization of German societies for the
purpose of waging war ngainst tho Sun
day law number twcnty-nlno organiza
tians, having u membership of seven
thousand, principally men. They havo
appointed three trom each society to cir
culate petitions.
Un tho othor hand petitions to the com-
mon council aro bcinir circulated bv Sun
day law men in all parts of the city.
PITTSBURG.
WOMAN
KILLED HV LIGHT
NING. SALE OF A RAILROAD.
KILLED II Y LIGHTNINO.
Pittmiuro, Julv 20. A Commercial
spcclulsaya. Mn Altar. w struck and
killed by lightning this evening nt Wash
ington, Pu, and her child and n neighbor
lady badly stuned nt tho same time.-
SALE OF A RAILROAD.
Tho Ohio portion of Akron and Great
Western sold tc-jr.y for four million
four hundred and thirtv-llvo thousand llvo
hundred dollars. A. G. Thurman, Gen.
Geo. B. McClellati and .Mr. Duncan,
trustees, purchnsod tho road. Judgo Bavn
lor, of Akron, appointed two arbitrators
to settle tho differences between tho Ak
ron nnd Great Western nnd Erio com
panies. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW ORLEANS.
New Orleans, July 20.
KI.OUR Scnrco ; XX $0.50: XXX
$0.02 J ($7 .00.
CO'l'.N Firm : mixed, 72P,73c; yellow,
j Tic; white, 73(yb0e.
j OATS In fair demand 1 1 00C5c.
11 A 1 f JU(al3.'.
BRAN U7cfS.fl.00.
PORK Depressed; 10.75 asked und
$15.50 bid.
BACON Scarco and firm; shoulder,
7 Jo; rib, OJc; sides, 10c.
IiAltD Firm; tierce, lOjQUc; ke-.
HfS)llJc.
SlTGAI! In good domand; common,
9jc; choice. 12lc.
WIIISK )5c$1.05; .tock lij-ht.
COFFEE QuJot at nlco.
ST. LOUIS.
St. Louis, July 20.
FLOUR Good demand for low medi
um and medium grades; other qualities
firm.
WHEAT Firm but inactive, and little
doing.
CO UN Very dull, but not quotably i
lower.
OATS Unchanged.
RYE Nothing doing.
BARLEY Nothing doing.
WHISKY Steady nt 'J3c;
PROVISIONS Yory dull.
PORK Small sales at $1 1.75.
BACON Only an order business doing
at previous prices.
CINCINNATI.
Cincinnati, July 20.
FLOUR Dull and prices lower ; fam
ily. $5.85(i?C.OO; extra sold nt $5.00
WHEAT Dull at $1.171.19.
CORN Dull at 5253.
OATS Dull nt 38ffl 13.
KYE-GS70.
BARLEY Unchanged.
COTTON Dull at 2020J.
WH ISKY Advanced to 'J3.
MESS PORK Neglected nnd pricos
unchanged.
LARD Neglected nnd prices un
changed.
BUFFALO
Buffalo, July 20, 1871.
FI.OUR-Quiet.
WHEAT Dull. Sales, 8000 bushels.
Amlcr Illinois $1.30, rod Ohio and Amber
Michigan $1.28.
CORN Quiet but llrm, sales 00,000
bushels western at 58.
OATS liotalling at 58.
BYE Dower, old 77.
CANAL FREIGHTS-IOJ to New
York on corn.
CHICAGO.
Chicaoo, July 20, 1871.
PROVISIONS Heavy.
PORK YA Angus. 13ll, Sep
tember 13 seller carload.
WHISKEY Firm, salablo nt 02.
DETROIT.
Detroit, July 20, 1871.
WHEAT In fair demand, but closing
weak ; prices of now grades of extra aro
$1.10 lor No. 1 whitoj $1.321.3t for
.tread well ; $1.32 for No. 2 white, nnd $1.21
for No. 2 amber.
CORN Mixed at 00c.
OATS Dull; old mixod, Clio; now,
48Je.
MILWAUKEE.
Milwaukee, July 20, 1871.
FLOUR-Unchangod.
WHEAT Strong at $1.U for No. 2.
s on sai.i:
NOTICE.
Tho llllnola Central lUd Uoiv.1 Coinnny now
cllerf.ir ao the following devcribpil loin lu irst
Addition tu tho Oily of Cmro, vlr. 1
I.)t 27 block i!0, Lot 21 Mock R'
t " 20, " 27 W,
' ft " hi, " 2J S2,
' B ' t2, " ill Mi.
" SI " Hi, " ai ' i.
For term, tle.,nndy to JAMVHJ01IN.-JON,
ci'Ulf Ascut,
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AVE,
ruitMTiiti:.
SAVE TWENTY PER CENT
Iijr buying iftur
F TJ :R, 1ST I T XT E
EWmiOFF I3J.IOS..
FURNITURE FACTORY,
Wiv.lilii(;lnii-(iv., Xrnr 'tsl House.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Mear. I'.lclilmlT IlrjHn-r dtslre to Inform th
ciutona oict.ro Ihnt tliey are tiMnuf.iclurini? all
MU'I. U
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And liarn noir on hand and for aalc, at
Wholrsiilp mill Iti-lull,
all kln-l', and will continuo to keep at their
SALE-5 ROOM.s, IN THEIR NEW UUILDING,
Erery dijcription nf rlieap and eolly tiirnimre,
uo-r arve.1 Ilcl.tea I",
.".".MiiiliU- Topi.l l'.urcain,
BiTiidclB.ard, Waiilnnd.
ei-'.V.ir.lro..-, &fn ChaitK,
ilS-'iofa. nml Matraiafi-,
SJo-Loupyf", etc , ete.,
Whii li llioy uill ginrantee to sell
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWER
Than they i an lie !nu;lit from any other dealer m
iii cuy. i.iti! iiiein a can ani aa;uiy vour-
J-ITO.
Jy2iltf
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OI' CAIRO.
DANIEL ltviu, -r !.(( ill ;
ItOIHIKT W. JIII.LElt, Vice-President ;
C..N. llUCIIIKS, Caililer.
COLLECTIONS (PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCHANGE, oin, bank note and L'nitcd
Ktatei securities bought and Kold.
InteroHt AIIomI on Time Dcposlls.
ENTERPRISE SAArlNGS
Cliiirlenil .llnrrli III, Isiln.
orricc in
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO,
omental
A. II. RtKFORI), l'realdent i
H. 8. TAYLOR, Vlce.Preaiilenti
W. IIYdLOP, Bccretary and Treasurer.
DIBtCTOUC
P. W. IHr.ct.iV, Ciiti. (lUiniim,
K. M. SToct.rt.nii, I'tiL U. t-ciicii,
It. M. Ct,M..llM, W. I', ll.lLLIUil,
J. M. I'lllLLII'il.
llPio.lls of any Amount lto el t il from
Ten c'4-iiIh I'pvtimN.
iN'f EltEST paid on depoxit ut tlio rata ot alx
percent, per annum, .March Inland N-ptem-ber
1st, Intero.t not withdrawn in added imme
diately to the principal of tho depolt, thereby
giving them compound tnterexl.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
DEPOSIT MONEY
9 nut mi om: r.utt: can it.aw it.
Open every bumne.ii day from 'J a.m. In 3 p.m.,
nnd Saturday evening lor SAVINii IlEPlMlTri
only, from Cms o'clock.
nu-'oif W. UYSI.Ol', Treaurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
I'AlltO ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL,
8100 (100
tirrltltt 1
VT, P. lIAI,l.DAY.rrcldenti
A. 11. HAKKOUD, Uwhleri
WALTER HYSI.OP, Asslktaut Cashier.'
i.utctnn:
'.tTlVMTAUOB, K.I0liaT U. Cl'.NMXOllAX,
Htiivr Wiutit, W. P. IIAIHUAV,
tiko. D. Wit.ttAxrv, Btki-ucx Hup,
A. 11. Haijohu,
s.mIihhko, folia land I'ullrsl NtnlcH
llouil llouulil nml Solil.
D
KPtYSlta received, nnd ft y-eneral bttiklnR
iiU-iia'Bn uoue.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
BATCIIELOIf S HAIIt DYE.
ThN auporb HalrDru jitrtsanT wtniWoato
I'crlectlr Ifrmlcs HcliaHe and In'thanteooa.
o disappointment. So Jtldiculnna Tlnu or Un
l'lea.mt Odor. Thecennlne V. A. Rachelor'a
fair Dyo produces IMMEDIATELY a plendld
Illack or natural Urown. Ioe not Stnm the
Skin, but Jeavea the Hair Clean, Soft and Iieautt
ful. The only Safo snd Perfect Dyo.
MoI I by all d.-ugj?iat. Factory II Ilond Street,
?'" V rlc. lanyildeodAwlr
CONSU3IPTION.
ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE
BY DR. J. II. SCIiENCK, 31. DJ
fhcSfmTa.leT" ,lumUr lw which. h3
mi..IO-EfH II. SCItKNCK'rJblMPI.K
TKE.VT.UENT,
i r.. ara, . 1 them.elre nf hl winrtcrfnllreOca
ci -a- mlirtn. Ihcy would not have fallen.
lir. .i.-nwic hii In hli own ease rroed that
r-lrover Jiinleleat Tllalltr remain, that Tltol
Itr. by hi. medlclnci nnd hli directions lur their
u". K ntilctenp-l Into healthful thror.
. ,n tl atatement thero Is nothln prMnmp
tnnai. To tho faith of Iho Invalid fa niada n
reprenentatlonthatKii'itn thotiind time ana
rtantlalv.1 by llvlntf and rWblo wortf. Thi
thoiry .r the euro by Dr. gchenck'a medicine
l ai slmiilo a. It I unfaillntr. Iti philosophy ro
qnlres no argument. It Is lelf-ajjurtDg, aelXon
v ineinir.
I he sea.-reril T ni 'and Mandrake Puts are tho
jTjLS.". wsl',:".'mi which tho ciuidelof tho
SSS;l,,','AI", ? wt thirds of the cases of
KJ.1. r-ir' V 111 drt-pslnan(l a tunc
5 !laKlJ-cl,.,1.,,n., l,T:r- W'" thla condition
tho bronchUjl tubes "sirotuthlte" with tho
(tiimach. They respond t., iho morblno action
of the liter. Hero then c mes tho culminating
result, and tho MttlDg in, with all Its dlatresi
Inmniptoms of
CONftL'311'TIOX.
The Jlandrake 111 aro eompe. of oneof Na-ttiro-s
noble. t cuts tho I'.j.lui.hlllum Poltatum.
They "es ml thu bl ...-l-jearthlnK. ultemtlva
proertlcs ot ealom-d, but, unllko calomel, they
"LEAVE NO rsTIN'G IIEIIIXI)."
The work of enrol, now beclnnins. TheTltla
te.1 and nmcow rter ills In the bowijj anil In Iho
ullrovnury canal aro eje(.. Thu lircr. Ilkj
n clock, is wound tip. It arouses from It birpld
Ity. Tho stomach acts retponslvnly. and tho
patient begins t j feci tuatholsKcUlntf, at hut,
A SUPPLY Or COOU BLOOD.
Tho fea-weel T.inle, In e njp,ictlan with tho
nil., permeate and aslnilUv with thn food.
Chyimcation 1 nw protrrestinir without Its pre
vious tortures. DUrestlon becomes palolci,and
tho euro Is seen to be at hand. Thero Is no mnro
flatulence, nu cxarUtiJuil at tba touach. Aa
mi'tmtUo sols In.
.Voweorucs tho preate.t m.iod PnriaercverTc6
plren by an Indulfent father to utJerlnit man.
Mhenck s t'ulnmnla syrup comes In to ivrforni
Its functions and to hasten and compfet.) tho
cure. It enters at onco uiwn 1U work. Natura
r-in not bo cheated. It collects and ripens tho
Impaired and diseased portions of tho lunirs.
In tho form of gatherings. It pro pa res tliem for
expectoration, and 1! In a very short tlmo this
malady Is vanquished, tho rotten throno that it
occupied Is renovated and made now, and tho
patient. in nil thn dhmlty nf retrained vigor. steps
torth lu enjoy thoiuauhoodor womanhood that
wa
OIVCX UP Art LOST.
The aecend thine Is, tho patients rnuit stay In a
warm room n. .11 they itet wull t It Is almost Im-l-osslblo
to prevent tak eld when tho lumis
nro diseased, hut it rau.t bo pr Ten'cl or a cum
can not bo etb"1ert. Fresh air an., rldlsit out,
rsmclally tn this section or tho country, in tho
fall and winter season, are all wronff. Physi
cians who recommend thateourso loso their pa
tient. If their lunirs aro badly diseased! and yet,
becauso they aro In tho houso they must nor.
sit down unlet ; they mu.t walk about tho room
na much and astasias tho strength will bear. Us
pet up a Rood circulation of blood. Tho patient
must keep In Rood spirits to determined to Ret
well. This has a great deal to do with tho appe
tite, and Is tho great (mint to gain.
To despair of euro alter such evidence of Its
possibility In tho worst cases, and moral cer
tainty In all others, is sinful. Dr.fchenck'a per
sonal statement to tho Faculty of his own euro
was tn these modest ward t
".Many jears ago I was In tho last itajres of
consumption! confined to my bed. and at nno
time my physicians thought that 1 con Id not live)
n week! then. Ilko a drowning man catching at
straws, t beard nt and obtained tho preparations
which I now offer to thn public, and they madii
ft purled euro ot me. it teemed to mo that I
rimld tcel them penetrate my whole ayttem.
They m ripened tho matter In my lungs, and
1 would spit up moro than a pint ot orTenjlvo
ellnw matter every morning for a long time.
"As soon as that began to aubslde.my cough,
fever, jxilns, nnd night sweats all began to leavo
me, and my appetite becamo ao great that It waa
with dltScuity that 1 could keep from eating too
much. I soon gained my ttrenglb, and havo
grown In fleih ever since.
"I was weighed shortly after my recovery .
added the Doctor. " tnen looking like a mero
skeleton! my weight was only nlnety-soven
pounds! my present weight Is two hundred and
twenty llvo c.lii pounds, and for years i havo en
joyed unlnterruptol health."
Dr. Schenck has discontinued his professional
ri-U' t.. -vv-&'4M-Jc and JJnetoa. Ho or hla son,
lir. J. II. Schenrlt, Jr., atlll continuo to sco pa
tients at their offlco. No. 16 North Sixth Street,
I 'htbtdelphla, every Saturday from 9 A.M. to 3 p.m.
Tho.o who wish a thorough examination with
tho Hesptromcter will bo charged IV. Tho Ites-
r urometer declares, tho exact condition of tho
ungs, and patients can readily learn whether
they are cur.tblo or not.
The directions for taking tho medicines aro
nitapted to tbo Intelligence even of a child. Fol
low thoso directions, and kind -N.ituro will do tho
rest, excepting that In somo case tho Mandrake
Pills aro to bo taken tn Increased doseat tho
three medicines need no other accompaniments
than the amplo Instruction that accompany
them ; First crento npjctlti'. Of returning?
health, hunger Is tho most wclcomo symptom.
When It c .mes. as It will come, let tho despair.
lng at . meo bo of good cheer. Hood blood at onco
follows, tho cough loosen, tho night sweat I
uhated. In u short tlmo LolU of these morbid
symptom aro gono forever.
Dr. chenck's medicine aro constantly kept In
tens of thousands nt families. Asa lai&Uve or
purjative.thoMandrako p ill sarn a standard pre
paration t whllo tho Pulmonic Syrup, as a euro
of c iukIi and c Ids, may bo regarded a a pro.
phyhclertc ugalnst contuuipltou In any of Us
Price of tho Pulmonic Syrup and Sea-weed
T"iilc, lUh tx-ttle, or a half doseu. Man.
Irako Pills, oeuts a box. I' or sain by ail Orug.
u and dealers.
DUNBAR'S WONDERFUL
DISCOVERY.
DETJIESDA MINERAL SP1UNG
WATER,
OF WAUKESHA WISCONSIN.
ThiK-vaW is Hie acknowledged cure' 6f the In
traciablo andlncutablo disease known a J Brisht'a
di.ea.-o aud dialete.
ilrlght'" disetise la fatal to tho kidney, the body
wastes aay, destroy 111 o by starvation of tho'
Mood.
Diaoeto i ainiucnao iitli frciuent desires to
pass water, great thrst, consiipatlon, loss oi
strength nnd tlesh.
Astonishing mres of dropsy luto been effected,
brick-dust deposit, lutiamatlon of the neck of tho
bladder, alkali, ant gouty suollings, Kor the
liver it Is upsurisael. It 111 allay alt latUma
tionnl tho kidney ami urinary organs in twenty
four hours, giving Immediate relief t nlo. a scar
let fever it prevents the kidney from congesting,
nnd r. moves all traces of albumeneri.i. It will
glvo relief in all cae of high fever.
EDWARD DUNBAR, Eso...
Oeneral Agent nt tho Spring, Waukesha, Wis.
Header, if you aro allliotod with uny ot the fore
going disease, write to the undersigned, Ilia
advico wilt cost yoitnothlni he can by chemical
analysis possess li:ine'f oi a elear knoledgo of
any individual ease no matter ol how long stand
ing. His WQuJerful discovery liethcadaMlueral
Water is n p. sitivo remedy for the foregotug
.aliment. U has nevsr failed to do what he claims
lor it whero ever ueJ, This water hss tho samo
good eili.-t at " remoteat part of .the country,
that it has at the Springs i It never lose a parti
calof Its nud-'-lnal qualities by package, or trans
portation Direction, now tn uo tho water and
eirculir u ill lux-oinpany oacl; paokaga orderad,
A ldress, RICHARD DUNHAU,
i'M l'ennsvlvanln-av.. Washtneton.lt. a.
Or Edward P. Dunbar, (ieneral Manager at tho
Springs, Wiukcslia, Wis. . "
.suonis witnmci nvr rvwiiuru. iciaajm
DISSOLUTION.
Tho (Inn of Elliott, llnvthom A Co . la diasolv.
ed by mutual consent, Mr. Otis Hidden of Gin
clnnati, reltring. Tho bumn will bo continued
ty f.iin it s iiaytuorn. I ney assume an iiablll-
ties and collect all money duo the tirto.
HENIIV ELLIOTT,
OSCAR HAY TIIOlUs,
OTta HIDDEN,
In conseunecco of the atovo change, and to
make room tor a largo slock ot fall good, wo
will mark all goods down to cost prices lor Iho
. . ........ .!,. Ll I.f.hl-I.S- tf I VlllfDM
tic, tint., m.s. ..m.v. . i u.iinvsiii
lairo. iuiy yj, iii. lyganw
DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
Tho partnorshlti heretofore existing betweea
P.glolilmonn and M.Uointe, under tho lrmnamo
ot btshlman A Hlolke, lathi day dissolved by
mutual consent, Tho bualneca will be contlnutdl
at the old sLindby Mf SUfke, who I' autnoilK-l
o scttlo all thu .vcouutt oi lh lain Sttn.
P HnhiiMiie
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