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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22. 1871.
JOHN II Olirill.'-rrtn.) lliMtsherj
AVr.nsrMiAT, Mobmmi, Nov. 22, IB71.
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r.! I- i;ir "uii" n "'
milking t '" riiiapr-i i-
Tin: MiVotiri llciuhUcmt given n
lMt of the Mi?ouri new.-! taper., forty
Nino in munlicr. fitvoriiiir tho ia-ie
Walt Whitman's American Insti
tute poem : "Alter all, not to create
'only,";1i:is iecn puMWietl in ltook form,
and bid? fair to bo nickel to jiiecc by
TitK Drawl Duke Alexis U des
cribed as tall, stronglv built, with the
air of a gcntlemeu, clear complexion,
licht hair and whiskers and blue eye
He speaks English fluently but appear?
to prefer French.
Gov. Wahmoth N awakening to
the appreciation of the fact that Gen.
Grant is not all that fancy paiutcd him,
and that congress is a rascally body, com
posed mostly of thieves. Graut he de
nounces as a tyrant, and congress, in
his estimation, is a shop awaiting bar
gains. The Chicago papers arc criticising
Col. Turner's bill to give to the women
of Illinois all the rights peculiar to
men, except to bear arms and cast the
ballot If the women of Illinois wish
to bear arms as well as children why
should they be denied the right? and
if a Ftcp is to be taken toward the
equality of women with men, why
should not the legi-laturc make the full
journey at this time? "All or nothing ;
' the whole loaf or no bread !" tdiould now
become the slogan of the petticoatcd
citizens of Illinois '.
f-KNAT'iu Thi.'miu i.i. has endorsed
the position of the governor in what is
now known as the Palmer-.Shcridan
controversy, but has done so in a pecu
l'nrly caution manner. The fact is,
the senator i- a man characterized by
many of the peculiarities common to
the governor. They are both too eau
tiom tn h ''!. Tlioy hint more
than they assert. 1 hey generalize in
n ln inner to win the applause of the
m nt eiithiMatie devotee of .lefler
souianism, and act o as to .-ecure the
support of men wlio hatu tho doctrines
of Jefferson and are the advocates of a
centralized despotism. They nro breth
ren who are strong in doctrine but weak
Cartteu, tho radical chief-justice of
the DMrict of Columbia, in his decis
ion refusing tho sufFrago claims of the
women of the district, denies that the
right to vote is u natural right. lie
W'o do not hesitnto to believo that tho
l''ul vindication of the natun.l riglit of
a I citizen to votu would, in this state of
popular intelligence, involve the destruc
tion of tho civil i;overnmont. There ii
tut'. ins in tlta liislory ot tho past that
toH -iii- u otherwise. Thoro is lit'.lo in
irrcni hi-tory that promises ii better re-
ilt Tlio rilit of nil men to votu U as
fi 'y recognized in the population of our
dir..' ciitru, mill cities mean well bo done
i'i-i"fiiM adulate dueinrntion tlmt nil
-lull vote irrespective of qinililicn-
The remit in thoso cuntres Is poli-
u. . t' pruUnrucy and violence verging upon
'n.r.liy. The inihiohces working (fut tliis
. lure appiirnit in tlio utter neglect ot
l ii 'encion to conervn tho virtue, intcir-
f und vvi.do.n of government, und the
upi'i-.-pruition of all agencies calculated t
n- Tiihzn and debufo the Integrity of the
ei.tr. - - This cjnlitfon demon-
" that the ri -lit I., v,,ln (in..lil not to I
''iwV M"".lut," natural right.
l Delicti it the pnvctieiil working ot the
auiu.,l ritfht would be destructive of
civiiiation U deceive thut the rlglit docs
I'm- v,, v. .i. 'w- i .i .
, Nu" ork J""" Jc,"ullJ t,,ttt
in the reorganization of the govern-
"lent ot that city tbc plan of minority
reprei-cntatiou .shall be adopted
deiiinnl is a wise one. This plan would
(eeurc tn tho .;..;'. e t
.i . ' . 1
IIIU ClIV H ri.nri.3nl.ii .... l.V- I..
ktllilM. 1 ..l . .
. .-f.-.umMit, j ill in-
iiiu nira uiuerninn i .r,i,t.;iu
titled to three aldermen : let nvarwninr
l... I .
uc amuunzcu to vote for three alder-
men, or to vote thrice for ono uldermnn
or twice for or 0,1Ce for another:
Ihll I ... ..
jtu ir ntio or once lor another
thiioi "riiiii.i '
John WiIIihiik, Juimwan'.i,,. j?rviV.":
John William, Juhnw,v" John Wiiiuma,
John Wlliia...., Tli-ma.Sf,1; i-Tr j'oX'"'
and let tlio votes be county txnctly'us
they aro cast tnrce lor muiuui, two I tu unJ consoled him in much ns
for "Williams and one for Smith or one 1 m I'ower. rSald be: "Tho Lord
each for William.. .mith and' .lonc.lin.lmW!!d "Wlcle'l you. " The mourner
d return made accordiuL.lv. Under
' this plaiij says tl;o Jiinrt, "the party
' polling less than half but not losthan
quarter of the votes iu uny diitrict
' could elect any one of tho three alder
' iueu no that there would be always a
'respectable minority in the board bo
'long as there was a cousidcrablu min
ority of tho votorn opposed to the party
' or interest in power."
'ciipitol at Washington, as to try to do-
lent Grant with a regular democratic
candidal",'" nio assuming the rvtc ()f
1..... ...!.t nntiiiiitni'ntinii
too prooipitnlc. The M Clnrc-orown
canvass spoiled them. They nro do
torminod to npply tlf Ironlinciit which
rotoncd Miwoun W! thovils ofrtdi
icalism to nniional to'ilii. Rut tlioy
nrc too fast. U i t Ivc month., t em
ir, until tl'c I'lo-idc.tLil oloctio:.. and
Mich piji-r- i" s,l,'"r '"''"t-M )
rr,jrr. which deeluo that "the
Aiiiericr.ii people might ns well at-
icmpt t bring over an Egyptian pyra-
mid ami iilaco it upon the dome of the
I 1110 propill'lf" " lllll.Hl VHV lUliriuvmimiii
'Or.tnt i neither :i personally popular
man nor has he enli-tod the admiration'
of the people by a brilliant administra
tion, and there is a wide-spread feeling
of di-siti-fiietiiiii with the hitter nud
firm di'like for himself as well-defined
in the republican party as among the
democracy. Our political system is
such that great and important changes
take place in a few months or even
week?. It has been so in the past and
there is no assurance that it will not be
so in the future. Hence, the face of
events may be entirely changed long
before (ho nresidentinl election. The
position of the democratic party within
the next year is one that will affect, for
weal or woe, the fate of the country. The
party should watch and wait and be as
wise as the serpent. Jts hour will come
The late defeats did not kill the party
They left it stronger and better, with
no dead weights to carry nothing but
good blood and vigorous life. Gov
erned by wise counsels and aided by
the aggressions of the administration,
there is uo reason whv it should quietly
yield up the ship of state to the bauds
of its partial enemies.
It is the opinion of many houcst cit
izcus that the proceedings of the legis
lature should be officially reported at
the expense of the state. It is tho
opinion of the Chicago Time that any
person who thua believes and gives ex
pression to the belief is a thief in fact
or iutcution ; aud the Jimt$, in charac
teristicallv rouirh lansuacc. very frc
qucntiy makes declaration of this opin
lou. Indeed, the use of such epithets
the skillful handling of the weapons of
abuse, gires to that paper all the influenco
it has. "When it desires to have a mcas
urc adopted by the legislature it in
forms the members that they are thieves
and that the public will find them out
unless they should do ns it wishes them
to do ; and when it concludes to crush
a proposed measure it proceeds with
venomous haste t denounce its authors
und its advocates as thieves in contrast
with whom the robbers confined in the
imoiftuiiiirv mo holiest 11)011. ill this
way it defeated the " reporting steal "' a
few months ago, and is now -coking to
defeat the proposition to revive it at
this session. " The thieves die hard,"
tdiouts the Timn. " Impelled solely by
'n lingering hopo of plunder, they are,
' again on hand, piteously asking for
' only a small steal, of cour.-o, as the
' entering wedge to a big one." Now,
the people in the southern part of the
state are certainly as much opposed
to thievery at the capital as are the
people of any other part of the state.
They have good reason to be. They
are always the robbed when thievery is
successful. .But wo believe they do not
look upon tho proposition to officially
repon iiioprocceuiiigsiM uiu icgiMauuu
as "a steal," On the contrary, they re-
trard the proposition to report tho liro-
ft ,. 11
ccodmg4 as a proposition in tho interest
of honesty. I'mler the piv-cnt system,
iiicmber of the le'i-latiire may be
liandlcdby Chicago or any other briber,
and he can "hide behind tho bush ;"
, . .f , . . ,, ,,, . ,nv.ini
but, if ho were certain that the olhcial
rcconl would lollow linn. niiU lie liauuteu
, i t.i!,.
consp.ciiousiy in iiiu o.m-, oi i,. puu.ic,
"Chicago steals ' nnd other steals would
i. i i.n,,,,t yn ,..mnt kpo tbn
bc l03V 1 ,. '
nrooositioil to Ciflieiallv retlorttllC lctl'lS-
jatjv0 1)roccediue!S through the sreen
' . .. . . .
goggles of the 'Ymf. To our vision
it has the apiiearanco of honesty and
we hope the legislature, disregarding
, . .
thc outgiving of tho venomous 'J .aim,
may adopt it without hesitation
I tnr.t uisiinguiiiieu ox-uovcrnor oi
. .... .. . ,
01'lo, f'l"lr",, for l,tor' tH,1InK. relates thnt
on one occasion, while uddressing n torn-
iiorniipo lnuetlnir at (icoreetown.' District
-" . . .". .
r l'l.,.l.lo .mil i nn n iii thn m inrv
"' 1 o J
I n i i
to tlio .ohsof'adUconiolatu ond tcedv look-
I . .
'"8 individual in tlio reur jmrt ortiio room.
0,1 Solg to tho person and interrogating
I " w nw,
1 among other sad incidents that during his
I r ..!. .... i,.i i ,t,i n,. i
I career of vice Ho had hurled thrco wives.
Tllc "pernor, having buried a few wives
his own, sympathized doeply with tho
V.? .n.B,-v. Thi : " Yo?' " '".
jmuiing n inoinot;
imuiing It inoinijlll. Illld wlnil.l llU
i.ihi. t... . . :. . "
,i, ,. m'""vw " llut 1 don't think
ni ho tool 1 ",uuu "llc,ul "'. for ns fust
- ...i wok iiiiother.
""II AMIICII thn l'llnrM.
Imperial used to amu.e uiltt,r (lurro
his "baptlim of tire, were 0)d ,,, ,ru
recently. A world of pnins had uvnluntlj
bnon tftktMi with tho Prlnof: whi.
lmvo Inherited tho omolro of tin, s
loons, to gel Into Ms bond b moiu
oljoctlose in tlio lc.'lii'''u'it a of Vu j nn
Ircssuv wltli toy luncs nml ricmMunosj
toy ditches; toy c-iunter-scnmp, toy posi
tions; ,iph ni wood, Ml!" and streams,
while- tin boils cjitild be tilled. Notwllh
linmllni; tlie.'o attempts to Inltlnto young
Vorlifiol Into tlio mysteries of r'nmpMgns
nnd sieges, lii mind, lll;o the minds of
plcblun children, longed for tho vti.gnr
dollgliti of the Punch nnd .Judyt show1,
nnd n miniature Ihcntro in which llioso
two famous personages figured was evi
dently, tho mo.st used of nil tho toys.
E6r$nml. Howie, the editor of the
pringlicld JlepullteaH, has invented n
itent hen-roost. The peculiarly of this
Invention Is Ihnt-of the astronomical con
trivance nttaehcJ to the roy-t, nnd tho
hens nro cofnpbllfcd to"nwalon'cx5clly nt
daybreak. It is not generally known, but
investigation shows tlint in countries as
cold n XqWiKngland tho lions nro apt to
roost an hour or two after the sun rises,
which cll'ccls the character of the eggs nnd
the ipmllty of the young chickens. Ir
Howies, lilinclf, is a practical fanner, nud
has been investigating this subject for a
great many yenr; the result Is an inven
tion which will add largely to tho value of
poultry throughout tho country.
COT An enterprising housewife in Ohio,
who for several years has received tho
first premiums for tho best display of
canned fruit exhibited nt the annual stato
fairs, was abruptly deprived of her laurels
this year. Her fruit was ns fresh and
plump-looking as usual; but there hap
pened to bo a lady on the committee for
awarding premiums who insisted on open
ing ono of tho enns, when it was discover
ed that the fruit had been put up in strong
brine. As this process of preserving fruit,
although novel, wns not considered such an
improvement ns to merit encouragement,
the collection was promptly ruled out, to
the grtnt indignntion of tho fair owner.
rSf James llcdpath tolls tho following
story : " Gen. Ilutlor m ono of his speeches
this campaign attacked Sanborn, tho edi
tor of the Springfield llepublican. The
citor-sMto reply, and tho peoplo re
fused to hoar him, nnd made a great up
roar. Ho camo up to llutler, greatly ex
cited, and said: "General, they say you
ordered tho bund to piny if 1 attempted to
speak." The General replied: " I sup
peso tho nudienco hns n right to-decido
upon the kind of brass they will listen to
Dut, " he added quietly, " you wrong me
My orders were, ifyouopened your mouth
to throw you out of tho window. "
CSyA prison choplnin was .lamenting
the wnnt of success attending his unninry
Of ono man who had been condemned to
death ho said lie had great hopes, tho pris
oner having been moat assiduous in the
study of a llihlo he had given. hm. The
chniihiln, nfter great exertion, obtained i
commutation of the sentence. s"l culled to
inform him of my success. His gratitude
knew no bounds ; ho suid 1 was his pre
server, his deliverer. 'And here,' he ad
dod, ns ho grasped my hand in parting,
'hero is vour Dible. I may m well return
it to you, for 1 lmpu that I shall never
wnnt it ngiun.' "
Hun can talk nnd r-timnte, hut tig
nr.ia nri llio ll.lii'ifd fu !m.!- li;t nvnt'rl loflff.
During tho lnt three timnths dlflerunt
papers have teen el iiming that tho Presi
dent has trnvcl"d five timo across the
world in traveling about tho country, but
now they come to grief. A radical paper
in Philadelphia has figured it up, nnd
finds that tho President has traveled ex
actly soventy-threo thou-and, eight hund
red and twenty-tour mile since his elec
tion. Tho Detroit Free Press says he
would have traveled more, but 'ho was
accidentally detained ih'AViisliliigton three
dnvs hut summer. .
BSyDoTocipiovlllc, in a noto in his ad
mirable work, "Democracy in America,'
ucs this language: "I luylc upon tho size
of certain American cities, and especially
on tho nnturo of their population, ns n real
.l.inimr wl.b'li I hrnritin thn fntnri! !pf liritv
f t10 democrfltic republics of the new
CTho pojtmiister-gonernl has issued
frhMji-ff letter carriers to soli-
cil ,im,it,,n hv iuohh of.Nuw .Yein's nd-
dresic, tho practice being considered pre-
Judicial to tho service.
caTHiilter w.isDrtt iniitla rora.cOsmo ic,
)nJ was oncQ u--d fo(.- IUuniiunling ,,llr.
,,nsn.,, jt wa, not ktiown.in nn assistant
, , ,. , ...e ...
,n t.epaicn.ng orcim.muc.., un, uaiurv
tho christian era.
Tho Hartford Co.ir.ni Inn reached
il, r,.. ,,., rr.i,ui lumclroil Mini Hnvnn
years. One Connecticut family has tuCen
; ., ,...!
It continuously for ninety-nino year-.
nnrtu l (irxlMiinlti snv ' (Inn
....rr , ,h ... v, ,
1 thing U clear to me, that no indulgence
. ' . .. .
much as respeclable08cltUlincss."
-. . . iy . t
kqju in i-.ngianu, i.eorgo r.iuoi is con-
siilered tlio only novelist of tho Hr-t class
now living. ' Them aro -even or tight
romancers of tho second class. r
ncsotu railroad, nud soon departed to tlio
It 1 .! 1
6Sy The 'ow.Orlcnns. rnughs give
thanks because 3Iaco and Coburn are to
pummel onu uliothur thoro on Tiuink'
ivig day. .
B2i.Aftet twenty-throe years' nbienco in
Australia, a runaway .Missourian returned
to his homo and partook largely of tho
itr. A Wlcnnnelit nmn tniiiirna tti.it I,..
I "'-is.-- - "
couldn't find u word in tho dictionary bo
cause "the blasted book hadn't got an
)fC Anil rinu- ilnrl.ll 1... 1.,. !
(1(nv)i u,oy (,oc)uru llmt Twi;ci, u uki) hQ
,Bck SW) ))(!L.,(U8ll )l(J u n UQ b,..for.
" ot.l U.ut 3,00(1 pianos
woio ilfitruyu,! in tlio Chicago liro, heelilcs
$1,000,000 worth of oilier liistriiintmti
JII last fent In Unit lino was n walk of
twenty-six miles ono nftornoon.
fflpTlic fnunds of a suicide in J'coiip, I
resurrected tlio remain to got $100 which
tbc unfortunate hurt In lib booU.
iwTCoroncr's juries at l.a Croso call it
"prolablo muntor'1 .when n pirson Is found
with -even stnbs in thobnik.
tygp" " Tlicophilatithropocosiuoiolltunn-
rinnlsur is tho latest rcllglo-soclo-rolltlenl
sensation in (leorgia.
CQU An Indlnnn prisoner who has been
dend a month ha been granted a new
firi Dev. -Mr. Johnson, nn Encllsh
clergyman, committed suicide by hnnglng. f,;
ZSf Tho funded" debt of Vormont is
onlv'n trifle over half a million of dollars,
,.8" Forty bulldogs is ono item in n re-
ccntshlpmcnt from London to Calcutta.
It. The nllopath and homeopaths nrc
not walking in paths of peace just now.
5yTho American Chess Congress will
mnkoa movo on Cleveland next month.
iBQi.lIorso thioves disturb tho cqulno-
Imity of Jllchigapdcrs. iJoifon Pott.
Vffi, An English lady 1ms boon granted'!
25 dnmngesjust for ono stolen kiss.
BgXTho Engllsh'qunrtorlios nro still dis
cussing tho "Authorship of Junius."
ttWA mnd ox exalted his horn, and
brought low sundry Nnshvillians.
Sy-Tlio prico of wife-beating in Indiana
has been raised from $2 CO to $3.
BQi.Tho Consul-Generalship nt Frank
fort has gone to Dnron do Hell.
8SyDulwor is to drnmalizo his "Last
Days of Pompeii."
Beg", Evening weddings nrc tho style in
BQX. English sludonU nro leaving off
BQa.Mm. Yelvcrton is lecturing in
BQa. A pocket fire-c.cupe has been in-
A I1ULLY GOOD I'LACB TO I.KAVK.
The following extract from a letter da
ted'"Pioche. Nevudn, " it is fearod, will
tend to create a prejudice agnin't that
1'ioclio is tlio country sent ot Lincoln
county, a mining cump a year old. It's
on the irrcnt American iJescrt, nnu silu-
atetl. between. bare mouniiiins, looKing over
n .drv hare' plain. "Water hns to ho
brought eight miles by wagon, and is sold
at six cents per trillion. There nro about
peoplo Here, mo nun 01 wnom nnve
be 'ti in the State Prison (stniro and high
way robberies, ect.,) and tho rest vught to"be.
Uur graveynru nns ioriy-ouo gravei, oi
which but two are lined iv tieatn irom
natural cuu-e, the rest all tfied with their
boots on. Shot mostly j some cut. One
chootini: scrape took piiico in tho bnnlf, in
which ".Miko Casey killed Tom Uossin,
after rcceivinc (lossin's fire. Tliero is no
law. Any one feeling aggrieved g.'iier
nllv seeks redress with his pistol. It has
been a close name with me several times :
f got rHit in tho leg once, but 1 nm here
.vi. t. i slurp wan a niK nuii-uo', n iicnry
rille and a six-shooter. Tho mines (silver)
employ about six hundred men ; about one
hundred aro in business, aud tho rest are
blackguards of tho worst kind cattle
thieves, renegtde Mormon's and men who
were banished from society by
their crimes, nnd ready for
iinvlhlng. It U thrco hundrcd'nnd fifty
miles to railroad or telegraph ; wo have
three stages a week and one mail. I've
done very well here, and would have
mndo some mimey, but two of my partners
in n diiiin were killed, nnd I can t go on
alone. -My life bus been attempted twico
by tho party 'who klllccl my partners. 1
iloii't allow any man. to scare mo if 1 can
lmvo a show; but when it gets to you
daro not sit by a window or by an open
door, after'. durk, it's timo.to jump the
game. ,i nnve gov onoiigu oi una Kinu oi
living. I am tired oi pnciong a six
shooter around night nnd day. Hut it
isn't ns hopeless ns it seems the future of
this plncid littlo village for in n few
weoks nil tho trtines will bo disposed of
"shot, mostly ; somocut" and then vir
tuous newsettlers can begin the settlement
.The Spiaguo brothers Senator 'Wil
iniii and Colonel Amiisa nro nrobnblv
the largest cotton mill owners in the world,
it wus tho ambition of their great grand
father, who built the first cotton mill in
l'rovid'tnco, to run luv looms, nnd at tils
death CO were in operation. Tho present
ilrui runs 0,000 looms, manufacture 5,000
pieces of cloth per day, and print l!,G0O.
Tho largest Individual mill in tho United
States belongs to them, nud U located at
Ilallic, is 00 1 feet long, live stories Jiil'Ii,
eonHiii ?,000 loom", nud runs 7(1,000 spin
dles. They own two mills at Ouidneck,
Rhode Inland, of 81,000 spindles: at Arc
tic, rtno mill of 25,000 tpln(lte3 ; nt Natlck.
lour mill, oi 1.1,000 fpindles ; at Lentral
Falls, four mills of 311,000 spindles: con
stituting tlio ITtiited Suites Flax mill, nud
at Muliio, two mills of 35,000 -spindles.
These different mills nro surrounded by
villages lormcu oi nouses occupied by tno
oporotlves, churches for their attendance,
nnd a large store to supply their necessi
ties, all erected nt tho same time ns tho
mills. In llaltic tho firm own every lot
of land bordering both banks of the She
tucket river for ten miles, extending
through Windham, Spraguu nnd South
Windham to Willimiuitio.
111 ! I
r'Tlio Hon. Ilorneo Dinner, LL. I)., horn
in Arch street, above Pifth, Philadelphia,
January 4, 1780, graduated at Harvard
College, 17U7, Isstlll living. Lords
don, Stowell, Alanslluld, Lyuhtirst and
llruiighaui died between tlio nci of eighty-six
and ninety-two. Lyndliurst, tho
oldest, viis ninety-ono years, four months
and twculy-'one days; but -Mr. Jlinney is
ninety-ono years, nii.o months and ovor.
Sugden, Lord St. Leonards, bom l'ubru.
(try, 1781, is still living, though several
times killed oll'by the newspapers. When
Dr. Routh, for moro than sixty-threo
years Provident of Mngdnlen College, Ox
lord, was nearly ono hundred, soino ono
luinnikud to him: "That in n prettv good
old iiu'o. " "Yes," replied tho lioctor.
" hut tliero wus u dissenting minister wlio
died at onu uiinureu nnu seven, und,,' con
tinued tho old gentleman, " I should like
tho church to win."
I i:(.AI. NOIIC'i: In hereby given Hint K. W.
JJ Klltriiluc. nliilllllll. linn boiiiintiicnil an iu.
lni to peilovl iv.iibUi' Ur rent nj,'nlnei Joceph
llaylim., ili'leiidiiiit, in the circuit voiirt ot Aim.
under rounty, In the etste of 1111110111, unit that
I in time nud iiliwn o (he return of iliiiuion in
tllO cai lrt Hie llllr.l MiiMilnv In .limiiMrv 11.7.
at Hie f lirt Imiln- In I'alrn, MllimU I
:'linrlrrctl Jlnrcli HI, isr.n.
CITY NATIONAL DANK, OA I HO
A. U. BAl'TOIlD. rrMHlentl
H. a. TAYI.OIl, Vlci'.l'rrnilontl
W. HYtiLUI1, Bccretnrr nnd Treasurer.)
J. 11. run l. in
ncpol( ornnjr Amount Itispel vul from
irn tenia i.jnnri.
TNTKRK3T pIJ on depealts nt tli ralool an
Jl. I'crccni, pprnnniim, Aiarcn latanu Hitem
brr 1st. lnterent not withdrawn U r.ilclpil Immn
dlately to tho irmclp:il of tho itcpoalti, llicrtby
M Altlll KD WOMEN AND CIIILDIIKJ MAY
o that so osr. rur can traw it.
Open every buslnca dnv from 0 a.m. to 3 p.m.
anil batnr.lay eTening lor HAVI'fl DEfOdl'l'S
onijr, irom o to s o'clock.
nu.'uti w. ii yLior, Treasurer.
THE CITY 3StATIOjNtAL
W. P. HALL! DAY, President
A. II. HAPFORD, Culiler;
WAI.TKR 1IYSLOP, AsUlant Cahier.)
KoaraT II. Ccnxixodam,
. I'. 1IALI IPAV.
Geo. D. WiLUAHto.s, Kiri'iitN limn
A. ii. Ktrroan.
Kxrlinuge, Coin mid I'nlteU State
Iloiid HonRlit nntl Hold.
fiEPOSITS rrcelTfd, nd a Rofrnl banklnR
XJ tiininm uons.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF t'AI no.
DAN in I. IIUIID, President;
HOIIKIIT W. MII.LKK, Vlce-PreMnt ;
C.N. HUr.IIKS, Cafhltr.
COLLECTIONS l'ROMTTLY MADE
bunk notei anil Unileil
.HCalo tcciirHIr bought ami cold.
Intrrrsl Allourd m Tlmr IciohII.
CO A I. AM) lOOI.
' WOOD ! WOOD 1 1 ! AVOOD !!
ThcumleriKne'l will furnieh
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Ah C'hmp, II not C'hrnprr
Than any wood dealer In Cairo. I.eate order
on the nlalcj at the l'oetoflice nn I at lions' coat
rd, on Commercial avenue, between Tenth anil
Twelfth rirecte, Cairo, Illinois. I Kite good
measure ami will cord tho wooii up It uesireu.
auuin-lf DKNNIH IIAI.KY.
V . M. WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
FJI. WARD Hi prepared to deliver the best
, Hlro Wood aud ritone Coal
IN ANV PART OF TI1K CITY,
And In any quantity ileired, on ehort nulice.
COAL DELIVERED at 1.50 rr.R ton
OKKICK-Over Ileerwart. Orth 4 Co.'a love.
twodoom above the corner of Kiflhth street and
uimmfK i luveniiw. 'lecun
HARD and SOFT LUM:BER
of every lUscrlptien,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR TOSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
S T E A M 15 OAT LUMllE R,
Furnished on nhorte.it notice.
Commorcial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sts
ItKAI. KNTAI i: A1K.T.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
71 (sr.coND ki.oor) oiiio lf.vek,
Buv and Sem, Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
A" I profaro Conveyances of Kinds.
CARL L. THOMAS,
Is prepared to do all kinds of plain and orna
KALSOMININO, PAPER HANGING
8 ION WltlTINtl, MO,,
At tlijiiret which defy all cniiipetlon, nnd In the
high. si style cl the painter's urt.
SHOP IN Til K PERRV HOUSE,
l'OM7ltNNIO. AND I ()ltH AKII.(l.
WOOD liTTTKNliO USB,'
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LKVEK,
.1. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Bucceaoora to I', II. Hcnilrlcki A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal AJfantei mi i iin,
Are prepared to recelre, atore am orward
ireignu io an pomiaaau miy ar.il
ell on coinmlailon.
rIliilneM attended to promptly.
U. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Commercial-avc,
MLLKU k l'ARKEH,
DEALERS IN FLOUR. CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGKNTS roit FAIRDANK'S SCALES
E8 Omo Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
Z. D. MAT1IUS3. E. C. UUL.
MATHUSS & UIIL,
COMM I SS I ON M KRCII A NTS,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE,
Nn. G I OHIO I I'.Vl.l
IMicten rmrth Slrlh Sh., CAIHO, 1 1.!-
JOHN H. I'lTlLIiisT"
(Sueceor to I'urker & I'hl'.lm,)
PEALKtt lN IIAY C0RX' 0ATSl
Flour, Mcal, Bran,
Cor. TENTII-ST. ami OHIO LEY EE
CLOSE & VINCENT,
Cr.Mr.NT, Pi.ahtkk Pakih,
Corner EIkIiIIi Ntrret mul Ohio I.vrr
W.Stratton. T. IlliU
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Successors toHtratton, Iludsoi A Clark.)
UnjriT T0 ATT; rTrm.iTa
W JIOLJliSALE GnOUljRS,
57 Ohio Lcveo, Cairo, Illinois.
tJa-AKeuta of American Powder Co., and man.
fftctiirera BRenla for cotton yarn. JvTilt
F. S. MURRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
IIAB REMOVKD VROM TKRRY 1IOUSK
I1RI0K BUILDING ox SEVENTH ST
O1T0HITK WINTER'S IILOOK,
tTK has greatly improved his stock, and haa
JLL now on hainl all kiuda or
HE HAS MARKED DOWN PRICES
o tho loirost HvInK figures, and )te Invites the
paironiixe oi ino jiiium .
WK havo re-opened tho Centrnl Elevator, nnd
are now prepured to hamllo grain with dn-
tnlnl. n, . piinrttl rnltn. ns fnllnws t
For rernviiu.' bulk Kraln, welRhln In find out,
Ineludlnit five ilaya' aiursKe, y;a per bushel.
Fur unckUijj ond translor unedialf cent nddl.
tlonal, . ,
For each ten uaya aner tnc orst live ono-nau
ID JEl U G-O-IST,
j it i: ji o v r. n.
NO. 108 COMMUROIAL AVENUE,
Oppojitb Athknkum, - Cairo, 1 tt.
I'.jr.p.rtlciiUr attention to filling ml PhTnc,.
nnd family .reerij.tlon.
HD-Y OE 1TIO-HT
IC(n 0! IUXB
ALL PATENT MEDICINES
worth haTlnir. Agent fur
uk km.' rr.vr.R toniv,
Warranled the bent Ke?er Killer known la ttUi
NO CURE-MONEY REFUNDED.
RUCHU AND DANDELION,
An excellent remeiljr In all dlneaieaof the Kltl-
neye, equaujf, a foou or better
than lleinboia'a, nad tor
luo aoaiT roa
IInmihrr7 Homrophathle Mpia
Ills well aelecteii stock of
Of ererjr deeeriptlon cannot be
BurpfS ty anjr tilth
llahmeni ot tt
kind In the
(JUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL H R.
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi-
CAOO, XW YORK, IJOtiTON,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
I'anteDser trains arnre at an J leata Cairo m ful-1
I l,KrAKT AllVitp.lII
.. xia p ra.
Uoth trnin conncet at Centralla with train on til I
I'ani, Decatur, nioomitiittcn, Kl Pato, I,aSal'.,
tii ii'iiita, rrpri. .iiii, I'uuuque, aun
all ikjIdib In lllinoln, Mmoiiri,
JlliiUesola, A'uconiln anil
Iowa. Ami with
l.ine rnnnlnz Kat ati'l Weit tor
Ami at Chicago with illchljtn Ceniral, Mlchlfaol
ooumerii, ana i'iiioiirK. rori najna
and Chicago ItaltruaJi lor
Detroit, ClevelanJ, Dunkirk,
Mkiny, Ilonton, Philadelphia,
Nlagra Kails, Krle, Iluttalo,
'New York, Plttubarjr, Daltunar,
AND ALL TOINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN K. R.
Oa and after Monday, April 2tb, mi, trains will
rua a.i lollowai I
Tail soixa Mcriiiir,
Leave Vlrilnia..... C:tua.ra .....
" apriUKDeiu ju j.w
" Tvlorvllle.....10:i2 ' "
Arrive at Pana 11:46 tn 1:17 "
lauM aoiaa aoaTHWaaT.
Leave Pan :liua,m J.Soo.m.1
" Taylorville 4:4 " i:iS
Arrito atprliiifleld...(!;15 " UW
Leave Hp!ingfleld.......0;M 11 tilO
Arrlveat Virginia M ' -...1:15
Tanas ooisa Muraatsr.
Leave F.dfiewood 6:30 a.m 10:10 a.m. I
" Klora...... : " 11:40 "
Arrive at Bhaneetown3:Mp m ... 6:15 p.l
vaiisi ooiso soarawnr.
Leave Shawneetown 3:45 a.m ... l:lUp.Ell
" Mors. 2:03 " 7;wi
Arri nt KJircviOOil t:10 I?1V "
The 6::so a.m. train from Kd!ewood, run ontyl
Mondays, WdnesJay and Friday, and 5;ii.iu.l
train fiom Hliawneetown on Tueadaya, Tburt-I
impels at Ashland with Jacksonville division I
of Chicago and Alton lltilroaa, rorjacKionviiit,
l(i.rsl.iirir. Mnsnn Cit v. a nd all boltltB vest. I
At Hprinuneld. with Chicago and Alton, aaill
Toledo, Wabash and Western Railroad, lor I
liloomiDfrtou, unicago, ana an ximia nonii.curm-1
witl snil west. I
Atl'n wltn ina. anil oi. i.ouis, ana Illinois;
Central ilallroad for all polnti eaat.MOlli and
At Tana with lod. and Bt. I.ouis, ana nunoiii
At' Kduewood with Chicago Division Ilbnalil
a, vinm wlih (ihlo and Mlsslsilnoi Railroad;
AtHhawneetoan, with steamboat) for Clncln-I
t , I'aducan.uairoanaoi. Louis.
John FooaiiT.Oen'lFr'ntand Ticket Ajc't.
Ohio Levee : : : : : Caibo, III
QlDial f aOMTTLT IIHIM
O. D. WILLIAMSON,
No. 78 Ohio I.4)Tee,
C AinO, I I.HNOIB,
OS-Special attontlon Riven to consignments
j"'1 fillln 0T,inz
ORNER SIXTH and WALNDT-ST
(Entrance on Hlxth-st.,)
P. J. Oakes. 1
It. O. Cady, S
. 11. Lodwlck.J