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THE DOLLAR WKEKLT flt'LLKTIN.
John ii. obiir c. i" fr.V".,'.?', '!;;
rrt.uUl.liVl mSouihrrn HHnnla.
Omvk Lohan denominates Mrs.
Womlhiill and her followers ih the
"free love crow."
A connKSi'o.viir.NT of a Memphis
piper puggests a convention in that
city of all the people in wet Tcnnca
tec opposed to tJrant, to appoint dele
gates to tho liberal republican conven
vention to assemble at Cincinnati in
The Indianapolis 1 Journal ' thus
quotes Scripture on Judge David D.ivis
nomination for the presidency :
D.tvld therefore departed thence, and c
ciped to the envc of Adtillam ; unci svliun
lilt brethren and nil his father's house
hcird It, they went down to hint. Ami
every one tlinl wa in tllstreiu, und every
ono tlint w.i In debt, Hnd every one tint I.
was discontented, gathered themselves un
to him; hp 1 he hiicatiiH u cuptidn over
thorn ; and there were with him itbout four
Secretahv Doutwell has boasted of
having reduced the public debt nearly
$300,000,000. In his official report
presented to congress at the opening of
the present session he claimed that in
the last two fiscal years a reduction of
$195,920,(181 had been made ; but ae
cording to his official report published
monthly the amount of tho reduction
was 8200.115,750. The variation of
$10,000,000 between these two state
mcnts has been accounted for. It is
claimed by those who ought to know
that the reduction oi the debt has been
only 830,000,000 since 1801, and
according to his own figures there is
deficit of $105,000,000.
Many administration papers nro
fond of repeating praises of Qen
Grant's purity of character and inten
tion, honesty etc., etc., and yet the
charges of corruption against tho differ
ent officials of his administration, all,
or nearly all, appointed by him on the
score of personal friendship, or as a
return for favors done him, have never
been equalled under any former prcsi-
flnt Tl.o old nmififot (hilt I'lurd.! of a
feather flock together," has never
been found to be false. If
Grant i' nu honest man, he
has been singularly unfortunate in his
selection of friends and his honesty ap
pears to have no moral effect on them
"A littlo leaven leavencth
the whole lump," but
Grant's uprightness, if any such quali
ty has an existence in his character, is
such an iniiutcsimal atom in the moun
tain of corruption surrounding him,
that instead of making Itself felt
throughout his administration, it is
swallowed up nnd lost. Ten commit
tees of investigation liavo hecn ordered
during tho present session of congress
and with the exception of two, nil have
been directed against the admiiiistra
tion. The latest investigation ordered
by congress is that of the charges against
Hoboson, secretarv of th navy. A
"Washington dispatch of tho 11th says :
To-day tho homo mho 1 u special coin
miueo on tlio mol on of .Mr. Mulr ol
Jiiehignn. a firm republican, to Inquire In
to wia ueiauna niitiiuioni o: iriiua miniu
agulnii the lucretury f the nuvy in tho
culuinm of u Sun lurk paper, iso much
of detuil in the wav of fuets and lluur.-s
appuMrud in tlieiu charges, that some of
mo icuuing mnmor iiuinitteu unit tliaro
waia reaonaoio ground for an Investiga
tion by congrejs.iiud Ii nce the withdraw
al oi trie olijMctioin which wero made to
one luit week.
Senator Mouto.v. of Iudiuna,
doesn't believe in civil service reform.
Because it has been a practice among
senators and cougrewmeu and heads of
departments to recommend persons for
offices and appointment. Senator Mor
ton thinks H should continue to be one.
although experience has shown that
this is one ot the most fruitful Hiurccs
of evil in the public service. And be-
cause Senator Trumbull haf made
twenty or thirty or fifty recommenda
tions in the past, he has un right to
raisohis voice against the practice, bays
Senator Morton. Although the result
of some of his own recommendations
may have coiiviuced Senator Trumbull
that tho system is prolific of abuses, yet
in the face of his conviction, he should
bridle his tonguo and neither attempt
ta reform the error iu himself, nor de
nounce it in others. Thin is radical
logic, according to Morton. But it
will hardly natihfy tho pcoplo. Tho
subject of civil kervice reform was agi
tated by tbc radicals and whelhor in
sincerity o,-r a party measure, it can
not now he glowed over aud quieted
down without some practical result.
Tho pcoplo have caught the cry, they
have become watchful of their public
guardians, from,, tho president down,
rati w.J 'e satisfied with notliiujr le?!'
Ih hi i'i' 1,1 rotijh and practical reform
of the in my evils which have grown
up jitrl 11 urif In'tl uudcr the fusterinj:
earo of ni'Ucali!in in state as well
national oti'jirs. Morton and other rail
ical senators engaged in the orl 10
belittle the civil service reform move,
ment will fi.i.l ilwit thin attempt recoil
with disgrace upon their own heads.
THE LATEST NEWS-
- Iter. Dr. Touna sucteod Nov. Dr.
Hiuton a prtitor of Trinity chinch, Haiti-
Sunday evening, nr Toledo, Ohio ,
J. A. Miller, of (Joshfn, New-York, wa
robbed of Sl'.'.OOO.
William Urannon vm arreted In
LouUvllle, Monday for committing a rape
on lils tep daughter. Ago lxtocn yean.
The Marquis and Marchioness of
Ij'irne am visiting Quejn Victoria, prevl
ous to their doparturo for Germany.
Leonard Murqunnd, who murdered
his wife nnd three children noir Day
ton, Ohio, Siurday night, was Insatio.
He thuurht his wlfo uullty of witch
Mr. 1'iggott, editor of the Dublin
Irishman, now In jail for libel on the
Chief Justice of tho Quocn's bench, is to bo
given n public breakfast by his frlondi on
Tho report that tho papo Is preparing
to leave itomu is false. On Sunday the
jiopo mid to mi audience " Tho inisfortuno
of the chmvh during his pontificate dated
from 18 18, and that the co-exltenco of
the two powers n. It una wa linpossihla
for the sufetv of the church."
Tho Staten Island ferrybiat Wosttleld
was seized by tho sheriff of Kings county
to s:uiefyjudgmcnt in favor of Mrs. Mad
den, whoso husband was killed by the ex
plosion. Tho widow of Prof. Chenlcrere
has commenced ono of a series of suits
against tho owners of the 'Westuold. She
lost her husband and four children and
ustained a personal injury.
A packago containing a quantity-of
bonds, several mortgages, promissory
note', title deeds and other valuable papors
snpposed to belong to AV. It. Alioll & Co.,
Alton, Ills., was found by Officer Martin
at tho corner of twenty-sixth street and
Fourth nveuuo Now York city. Thcv are
in possession of tho property clork await
Ing a claimant.
O. Q. Catnron, Ksq., a well known
grain dealer of Memphis, died Monday
after a brief illness from intermittent
fever. His standing in commercial circles
was high, and his loss will be much de
plored. Mr, Camroti, was a natlvo of
Kentucky, and before tho war was sheriff
of Harrison counts', in that State. Dur
ing tho late war ho commanded a battal
ion of cavalry in tho Confederate service,
and served with distinction.
Fort Wayne, Ind., March 11. Lavor
and Mcrv-Jn's law-mill, situated at Molina,
.Mich., svns b'own up this evening. Thrco
tiuuvui, J. Sutler and
Frederic Huff wero killed, and fivo other
Injured, some of them quite sorlouly The
water wa allowed to got too low in the
New York, March 11. A Rrowns
llu dispatch statos that 2,000 cattlo havo
been stolen from stock raisers sinco the
middle of February and driven into Mexi
co by organized bands of thievos on tho
Mexican atdo of tho Rio Grande river.
The robbers camo from Mexico and say
they aro determined to cloir tho county
from tho Ulo Grande to the Hucos river of
Americans by despoliation of their prop
l.VMANAl'OLls, Ind., March It. A lire
broku out Iri-tilntit abont 9 o'clock in
llowcn, Stewart h Co.,s wholosalo nnd ra
tail book store, and communicated to F.
N. Horron's jewelry itoro adjoining. A.
small portion of tho retail books were
saved, but tho svholesalo stock U almost
a total loss. Tho jowo'ry stock is only
damn ''oil bv water, Tho total loss on
stock and building will probably reach
f 100,000. llowcn, Stewart & Co.'s Insur
ance is about $50,000.
Mkmi'UIS, March 11. .1. H. Taylor nnd
Al. Mnsof, whitoman, ongaged in a con
troversy at a grocery on It ilolgh road, five
miles of IhU city, S.Uurday evening ovor
toiuu nrrivial misunderstanding, when
Taylor started out and mounted, as ha sup
poed his own mule. Moses followed and
charging Taylor with stealing tho mule,
tho latter turned in the saddle, and as ho
did so, Motes shot him in tho forehead
with a navy siz-shootcr, and subsequently
surrendered to tho authorities.
WiLMi.vtiio.Y, X. S., March 11. Intel
ligcnco received from Ribesou county to
daj, tends to confirm tho report of tho
killing ot DojS Strong. Tho party who
went to Andrew Strong's for the purpose
of -eiAng tho body returnod yesterday, and
reported Unit they found a largo quantity
nf blond on tVin,.... ..re?. .,nt.t .1....
Andrew Strong, ir. H,wwin,i.n ti..i
t,le boss was killed, M,a u1Ht other mm-
in mo i.owr..y band ll&d removed tho
. r .
body, rhcro n-ouis to la no doubt that
Mcljuten shot Strong und killed
Cincinnati, March lo.-A Dayton
spoclal says 11 horrible murder was com
mitted kix miles north-east ol that city
lakt night. A woman named Mary Mur
quardt, about thirty.ftvo years old, and
thrco children, aged respectively tlx and
eight yours and six months, aro suppo.ed
to have been killed by tho husband, Leon-
" Jiarrpjarut, who it now in jail. The
w" f"U"d In bed apparently stran
gled. Tho children wero found oine dls-
tanco irotn the house netr tho bank of
nr.iiV' 4 Is 11 .11
w.v.., ... lnu vlul!tv u,,,)Urently browned
mm Hiirwaru removed from the WKter
rvi... I.. A. ...1. 1 , . . '"".
"""oi iicau wns crusinjii. Tho twit
will Do elicited at tlita Inquest t0-d uy.
Halt Jvakk, Jlarch 11, The third
United States district court met to-dy
Judge Strickland presiding, vice McKean
ubsent. Tho elvll cases on tho docket
were called. Deputy United States Attor
TJUSCAIKO DAILY UILLK1JN, THURSDAY. MAHC.ll
noy Hitih t,, courl lnHt 1,10
,,,,, pn-otit appear In llio trial of
Irllmrn Young utid othura, act for to-day,
ihniiM uiwr nir.inrp to appear whin
Hll.l lur Tin) ilvliitidnnlV counsui asked
ylirn tlio irittl was to coin o off. The prose
'iitlng tutor nr-y tnA tinofllclnlly that nn
adjourned lonn of the c.mrt would prob
ably hi li -id fur tin trial of lhoo cbsch,
butnod.illiiii"! Information could bo given
till tho return of Chief Jutlco MuKcan,
when tho time of triul Would bo undo
known through the paper. Time wa
given the coumel for proportion.
FINAL COLLAPSE OF THE OLD
EK1K DIKECTORY JAY
HOARD. GENERAL DIX ELECTED
New-Youk, March 11. Tho offices of
the Erie railroad were tilled about noon
tvduy with policemen under Captain Put
ty, at tho Instsnco of Jay GoulJ, who de
sired that they should be on hand to await
developments of the meeting of the board
of dlreetlors called lo-dav. The officers
wero distributed in tho different parts of
tho buildinir. beirinnlni: at the entrance on
Twenty-third street, and from there to tho
lobby and at tho doom of each of tho prl
vato offices. Gould was in earnest consul
tation with Mr. Sheraman nnd David Dud
ley Field. Dr. Eldridgo walked up and
down thoroom and Henry Smith, of Smith,
Gould ik .Martin, snowed groat anxiety.
At ten minutes patt 11! o'clock the
wus a bustle at the outer door.
f ten g5ntlemon pushed away the sen
ries and wero received by Frederick A
Lime, an old boiom friend of Fisk, ut the
lead ot too grand btnireae. This party of
gentlemen were as lollows : (Mineral
John A. 1'ix, (teneral Ueorgo II. .ncUlcl
Ian. Attorney General S. M. ltirlow.
Win. it. Traverse, H. L. Stebblns, Charles
u.iv, . . ohorman & Co., and Justin
D. White. Tlie.u gentlemen passed di
rectly through tho hall to President
Gould's room and then passed into tho
Directors apartmont ot tho l.no roau
leaving ucnerai l)ix, nnd Ueneral McUlol
lan in tho anti-room.
Tho following nine, who compriso th
majority of tho old directors, ordored tho
room cleared and thou commenced voting
lor tho now directors : .Messrs- Hilton
Simmonds, Geo. O. Hall, Thompson, II. N
utis, Atci.or uamsdeii, Justin u. White
and F. A. Lance. They sent for Gould
Sherwood, Dr. Kldrldgo and Drake, who
refused to loin tho board. .Mr. Uarrlson,
of tho old board of directors was absent
and Mr. Slssons was sick
As tho directors wero about to ballot
for Gen. Dix as a new diroctor, Mr. Shera
man, the nttornoy for tho Erlo railroad,
presentod an injunction against any far
ther action by the board. He was pushed
violently out of tho room, and tho injunc
tion torn into tatters. In a few moments
Shearman appeared headed by Capt. Petty
and forty policemen.
'lly what authority docs Mr. Shearman
appear in this room with a crowd of police
men," exclaimed Mr. Ilarlow, greatly ox
cited. " I am hero by tho ordor of Jay Gould
to preserve pence. Out I am ordered not
to recognlzo you, gentlemen.''
" You, Mr. Shearman, havo no right
here. 1 oil, nor your secretary," exclaimed
Mr. Lane ; so tako up your traps and
Mr. Shearman did not stir, but ordered
Captain Petty to dissolve tho board as
illegal. Clip 1 11 (n I'utty demurred, and In
a few minutes Mr. Shearman left the
room. Tli4ti tho voting commenced.
General Dix was elected director, then
Gen. McClellan then Win. K. Truvarse,
then Mr. II.G. Stobblns, thon Gen. Dlv-
en, then W . V. bherman, or Duncan,
Shorman Si Co., After that the bourd of
directors had everything their own way.
Gen. Dix was elected president of tho
J-.rlo railroad in placa ol Jay Uould, U. tl.
P. Archer was elected vico-prosident, AW
V. Sherman, treasurer; II. N. Otis,
secretary, and John W. Hilton was 10
elccted railroad transportation clork.
Mr. Ilarlow now offered a resolution
that Messrs David Dudley Field and
Shearman bo dismissed as counsel for tho
Erlo road. This was carried, and S. M. L.
liarlow was elected counsel in their placo
both for the company and tho Erlo di
rectors. A. resolution was passed that tho
treasuror pay no orders for monoy, and
that all tho employes of tho Erio road
should pay no attention to any but Presi
dent Dix and Vico-prosident "Archer. It
was then ordorod that every sub n ulcer of
tho Erie road should bo notified of tho ro3.
olution and Instructed to disobey Gould
or tho old ofllcials. Tho board then ad
journed. LUCKY MR. M'CORD.
FOR A THREE
On the 28th of November, 1870, Jason
McCord, a wealthy gontleman of Ohieago,
departed this life. Iluloro his death ho
made no will, an'd it was left for tho courts
to say who should Inherit his riches. An
nppornisal of his real and personal proper
ty showed that lie had died worth upwards
of $000,000. Costly buildings in tho
southern and westorn parts of tho city ;
blocks of tho city land and acres of country
farms; railway, Insurance and bank
shares; livo stock and steamboats wum
scheduled to a vast amount, whilo thoso
who made out tho imperii w.shed tho v worn
his next of kin.
Outside of Chicago, fomo 18 miles or
more, thoro has lived for manv vears u
poor hard-working farmer named John
McCord. Despite his toiling and his con
stant tilling of the soil ''Unlucky John,"
as his neighbors called him, grow pooror
and poorer as ho grow old in years. Tho
only tiling In which ho prospered was In
tho raising of a hrge family. Horses and
cattlo and hoirs sickened and died, but
children to tho number of ton lusty boys
nnd girls wero born benoath their fathers
unlucky star. AVhon tho bovs wero bb
enough they too worked on tho farm,
only It was hard to raiso enough for so
A few weeks sinco, tho court decided
that John McCord, brother of Urn do-
ceased, and nu only living rolativo, was
iiuir io an ins possessions. And tho
lrmer, who is no moro " Unlti"ky John,'
uut " Lmky Mutt,. McCord, " is often
wen, droi.ni In a tliio suit of cloathlng, In
. . .7 ,1t,crK gomc!i waiting until tho
11.7 U mTl0'tl'e title books, to
take full possession.
KILLED BY WHISKEY.
(Uroin tht Coutlcr-Jonrnal.)
A colored boy named Kv..n. i
seven years old, died evening before a t
whisk v TVf,11'1", ln, 8 ? ,nt S
wnisky. Tho father had whisky in his
...M.-w., j uuiiooiun sweets nearMaciizinp
and the child got to the toltla hnSSk'
lUeontonts. Ho related to his ,nnU (r
'e lay in a , ' Yi'n for hours
A physlcUn r ,f b?Ubl,' ''itoxlcation
l.our?ttfttrw?d,0,in,tt.b,OUt ,S?ven or u,''1
insensible and r l'.ut. 1 ,u cl,,Ul Wl" "'on
horl llm" annerfwtrdyinB "0 Xplrd
(From ih P .lit-iJ, K nUlckl-nJ
Aii Indiana female will glvo any man
$80,000 who will marry her "unslght un
A gontlemnn who lives within 11 fly miles
of Paducah requests us to say to that Indi
ana female tlinl "hn's his meat" ho'll
tako her at tha' price. Ho says ho will
marry her ifsho has but ono leg, nnd that
made of cork, but ono eye, and that in tho
middle of her forelioiid. if she is baldheud-
ed, has a horn growing out of cich side of
ner noau, has a cancer in her nose nnd
seventy-seven devils Ir her system, but ho
must hnvo n good grip on that eighty
thousand ducats before the marriage cere
mony is performed, lie is a young nach-
or ot prepo'sessing appiaraiice, nas no
id habits, but Is terriblr short of money,
nd tho banks aro not discounting now.
The ".Indiana feninlo" is at liberty to open
correspondence as soon as she chooses.
HOW IT WILL WORK.
From the Ciirlnnle New Era Uidical
A Washlncton dlsnatch to tho Chicago
Post ' savs that a rumor is current in
Washington that Governor Oglesby is
romiscd tho support oi me auministra
on, both for the gubernatorial candidal
re this fall nnd tho senatorial candidature
next fall. We aro conversant enough
with the management of affairs in Wash
ington to assert that there Is not a word
ot tri'th in this rumor, and that 11 was sot
on foot by Governor Oglesby s friends as
a feeler ot tho public pulo. Is either presi
dent Grant nor memburs of congress can
dispo'iiof public offices in Illinois In this
way, Let the attempt be made and not it
man ongaged in the intrigue will lie re
elected and tho state wilTbo carried bv
tho democracy, to n certainty. This at
tempt ot "leading men to trado on the
tho party is " played out " tho pcoplo
nitvo yet something to sav noout too dis
posal of public officer nnd tho sooner this
fact is undestood by the party leaders the
better. Gov. Oglejbv is one of tho most
popular men in Illlnol., ami stands a cood
chance for lurthcr preferment, but his
prospects will lio nssurcdly killed it ho
permits tho bargain hinted at in the
'Post's' correspondent to bn consummated.
W. n. MORUIH,
' II. It. CANBKK
No. Pub. and II. 8. Ccm.
FIKE, HULL, CAKGO, LIVE STOCK
NORTH AM7.RICA, I'A.,
Aset 2,78.1,000 Ol
Asset 2,MS,210 Tl
Assets 1,781,118 St.
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
Assets.. 1,533,398 17
AmpI .700,417 OL
Aiieln- 615,073 88
AetK MJ,27I 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Ai-sets 600,01)0 Ol
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Assets :w,ooo,noo a
traveler's, hartkord, Life and
Arsetn. l,A0O,0O Ot
RAILWAY l'ASSENOKRS ASSURANCE
Amcts. Son,r( s
SAFFOllD, NOKIUS k CANDEE,
71 Ohio I.ovee,
City Nntlonat Hank, CAIRO. II,!.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOARA, N. Y.,
A""ti" l,t3C,210 2
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
Aset 1,008,721 78
HANOVER, N. Y.
AtKCts ..,720,802 00
REI'UIILIC, N. Y.,
Assets 714,923 00
CotnprisInK thn Unilcrwritnrs' Agency.
YONKEHS, N. Y.,
At 878.4M f 1
ALU AN Y CITY,
ASHCtB 153,193 23
FIREMEN'S FUND, H. V.,
A'sot C78,tOO Of
HKCURITY, N, Y. MARINE.
Assets 1,432,M!) 00
STOUKH, Dwelling, Kurnlturo, Hulls unit Car
ito, Inaiired t rates a fuTotable as sound,
permanent security will warrant.
I rennectliilly k ot the eitiiens of Cairo, a
snare ol their iatronae.
PII I L. S3 A UP,
(8uceeor to P. Saup )
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
FIREWOUKS, TOYS, NOTIONS, ETC.,
loa Vommvrclai Avenue, bctifceu
ReveulU nud r.ign(h nrel,
I I, 1872.
in full slant
AT IlA1' '."V tRUQ sionn.
Fatiu ISirrui, Laili.
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
ALL 1KADT rOl riK WITHOVT TOCL
K h M n O U I)
ORAPE f catawux ) r ranxvz PILLS
CATAWIIA hi OllAl'K
GRAPE I catawua S i I nnAi-K S PILLS
ADD AL1 or
HELM IIO I. D'H MKDIOIKKft
VRESU FROM 7IRST HANDS,
Alwajr In stock in lne supply, nrl for I J
II 11 r 1-1 n y II r .
or Bnlft bjr IhcUInan Ilotllo orfinlloii
erExTRA Fink Coloone;
Genuine Impokted Extracts;
MIIair, Tootu and Nail IIrusiies
0Ikdia Kubder Nuilsery Goo."
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Dcst grades in arge stock and ra
riety, very chep;
Full Line of Colors,
nir and in oil;
Paint llrmhei, l.lnrn. Oil,
Whitewash H . j1ich Tarprotine,
Varni!hs Etc. nc,
ALL HHDS AD tTARUAKb ttVALITUt
CAIRO CITY ROOK BINDERY
JOHN II. OIIEIII.Y A CO.,
Bulletin RuildiiiL', cornor of 12th
street nnd Wnshintou aronuo,
All klu la of lllndlnz nnit Itulln? ilnnn al llm
very luwpt prlcei. lluvinir inKKed tho aerrl
cea uf Mr. lluela, who haa hml many yeurs
r.jn;iiniru ill "iiiw ui mil IHIIUenPi Ol B, I.OUIfl,
In Niiiwriiitcnd tnia eHtithliahinent, we can eon
lidenily promlieour patrons worlt enuul to that
of any llinilerv In iliw wet.
CARL L. THOMAS,
now prcpaieit to respond promptly Io all de
mands for hia afrvlce,
SHOP-COR. 8TH-ST. AND CoUMERCAL-AV
Its the Perry IIoimc,
1'UIIN AND IIIDKS.
II. LEVY & CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
WOOL, FKATllEHN, Kit'.,
FOltWAllDIXG and UOMMTSStON
nr.it c 11 a. nt s.
DEALERS IK FLOUR;
Ohio ltlver aid Uiitinislin
70 Ohio Lsvee,
II CAIKO, II.I.INOf
SIXTV-F1VK Kilt ST 1'IIIZK
SI K I) A 1.9 A WA It DIM)
3! ANITA. TO K
WM. KNAUK & CO.,
ORAND, SO.UARE AND UI'RIUHT
Thf io Instruments htve been before the public
for nearly thirty years, and upon their excellence
iilone attained an tnpurtlinu'l prtamntnet, which
proDouuoei them unvqiialad in
Kir All nur S'nunre ISnnm hate our new Vew In)
prnTeij 6ve trung cale atd the Ajrafft Tullt
Kir id wouhl ran upeciai atiraiKin io our laie
Patented ImprovemenU In rSntMD I'ianoi and
jl-Ar. (Jrani ,foUDil In no other Piano, wlilch
trlnt the Piano nearer perfection than ha )et
EVERY PIANO VULLY WARRANTED FOR
Illustrated Catalogues and Price Mats prompt!
furninhed on application tn
WX, KNAIli: A CO.,
many of our recular eUabllflied agencle.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. 1IA1.UDAY. Pre.lden
IIKMtT I.. IIALI.IIUV, Vice rr ent;
A. It. tAKKoni), Cinhler;
WAl.TV.h 11VSLOP, AeUtant Ca.hier.
tiat Tatloh. rtostar II. Comnoham,
tlrsar I,. Hallidat, W. 1'. IIallimt,
iito. II. Wiliumiov, .STiriirx lilKIi
A. II. SArrnan.
KxctiaiiKe, S'oln nnd llnlteil Ntnlca
Hand UoiikIiI nnd Hold.
DEPOSITS recelred, and a general bankinR
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
PA.N'ir.li HUnn, PreHldeot;
ItOflEKT W. IILL,KK. Vice-Prealdent
C. .N. HUGHE, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
LS.XCIIA.0E, coin, bank notes and United
Vj btatea tecuritlea bought nnd cold.
Interest Allowed on Time Depoalla.
ClinrlersMl Slnrcli 31, Itson.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO
A. tl. SAFFOllD, Preaidenlj
H. a. TAYI.Olt, Vice.Preanlint;
W. IIVHLOP, Becretarr and Tieasurar.
P. V. Habclat,
F, 51. HTocurtitir,
Pacl a. be ii i' ii.
It M, Cl'hKINOIIAM,
W. P. Hallidat,
J. M, PniLLirt.
l)coalta nl nny Amount Itecel vesl Irons
Ts'n 4 onlM IIpss nrdM,
1NTKHEST paid on dcposlta at the rate ot n
percent, per annum, March Istand Heptein
ixir 1st, Interext not withdrawn 1 r.ddcd imine
dlaluly to It o principal of the deposits, thereby
kWIiik them compound Intereht.
MAItlllKIl WOMKK AND UHILUUKK MAY
ti THAT KO ONE ILK CAN DRAW IT.
Open ero.-y business day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
and Haturdar eyenmR tor BAV1NO DEPOSITS
onl, from to 8 o'clock.
auwtl Vf. HTSI.0P, Treasurer.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
Atifrtirr nud Denier In all Kind Freats
Corner NiM.Tri'NTn an Pplab'StreeTi
SUVH and a augl.ter. only the very bet catlte,
hoKind aheep.and i PP'dno,Sd to Sd
land for freah rnaata from on pouna to sd
0. D. WILLIAMSON.
COM M 3d I ON 1 K 110 II ANT,
No. TOOhlii l.i'VOP,
0 A 1 It O, 11,1,1X01 8.
.-?i(-oll atf'Dtion kiii t consicnmn.
II. ..HATH DM.
K. C. U1IL
MATIIUSS & UIIL,
COM.M ISSION M liRCJI ANTS,
HAY AND WESTKHN PRODUUK
No. ni oiiio i.i'.vki:.
i SUI Jj., A1HO.II.I.
II. M. HUIiHN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer Foreign Fruits and Nuls
No. 134 Commcrcial-ave.,
CLOSE .A VINCENT,
CKUKNT, PLASTER I'Altl.a,
PLASTER ER'S . II A I R,
Comrr l.l;btli Ntrert nnd Olito I-vre
MlLLER k PARKER
EORWARD1NO M ERCIIANTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Outs, Hay, etc.
AGENTS rort EAIIIHANK'S SCALES
Ohio EKvr.r, CAIRO. ILLS. V
CHARLES M. HOWE k CO.,
No. G-l Ohio Levee,
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
STRATTON & BIRD.
(BuccetKor toNtratton, Hiulaon A Clark.)
57 Ohio Loveo, Cairo, Illinois
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO..
(Successors to K, II. Hcndricka A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal AitTuncei tnr i upon,
Are prepared to receive, st.uo ant
freights to all polnta ami buy a
HCII UU UUMIIIIIBIIIUU,
aWllualneaH attemled In nrnmptlv
JOHN U. PI1ILL1S& SON,
(iccesaora to Jno.ll, I'hlllls ,)
DEAIJ3RS IN HAY, CORN, OATS "V
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cob. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE