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rUKCAlllO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, MARCH lo, 1872.
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. it mlr Co. nae rluced tne nt-Jrn-,nw?rr
the We-itly Cairo Uiillrn to
!!PMU in Southern Illinois
1'iptef.n persons at IlunUville, Ala
bama, charncd with being ku-klux,
have reccutly boon convicted. Three
ol them Werc sentenced to twc.tty years'
imprisonment in the Alhany penitcn-
Tue Metropolis papers have on
nounccd their ititentien to make regu
lar charges, hereafter, for marriage no
ticcs. "The license has to be paid for,"
says tho Massac 'Journal,' "and tho
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preacher vrlio ties the knot ; why not
the printer who makes the fact public '!"
tMiy not, indeed.'
The Skw Youic ' Tribune ' of
Wednesday says : We arc obliged lo 1
take from Collector Arthur the lircdt1 1
whleh he received ve3terdav for appear- I
int? finally to disoos of Luct an 1 Srtuck-1
. , ,. , . . m, i P I
M scarcely disturbed. The parade of
tho Grms authorized to receic gooiU
urns out to bo a screen, as Lcct and 1
a...t.- i? .1 p .!..!
ijlocKtng arc not utsposscs.icu ot tumr
plumes. Tho scandal is increased by the
discovery tint most of tho cu-botwcciia
arc Tammany democrats. Prominent
tnirpVinf otnlml vnctnrdiiv llmt T.pftt I
and StocVinu carry' out the old busi-1
tteis ' under tho uew name of Squire &
Lo. And who is to blame lor tins
new nhuse connected with the custom
house? Its ferreting out, if it ever is
lnrmfArl tit till hn nntn ntlrtpnatitirr
VtlbtVU VUt, 11441 J J tit V 1 O tit IV I V.JilllQ
than any part of the investigation
which has preceded it.
Mns. Utie RAitKEit, sister of Victo
ria Woodhull, calls Theodore Tilton
"his imperial highness, the long-haired
Messiah of the golden age." Also, "a
milk and water philosopher, who is
corrupting society and ruining her fam
ily." This perhaps is not tho first evi
dence Tilton has had that the way of
tho transgressor is hard. Theodore
Tilfon eujnycd a lair amount of the
world's respect, until, unfortunately
for himself, he became the friend of the
notorious Mrs. Woodhull. Through
her, his domestic relatious have been
broken up and destroyed, he has lost
" honor, station, troops of friends, "
and is now charged by her family with
having " ruined " her. Mrt. llarkcr
declares herself violently opposed to
the free love doctrines of Mrs. Wood
hull, but appearances indicate that tho
tho Claflins understand themcvej and
have "agreed to disagree," the better to
make money out of tho public. The
abatement of tho wholo family as a
public nuisance would have tt good
effect on tho moral health ol their own
immediate community, and extend its
beneficial effects far and wide,
UCIt IUUICAL LEOlSLATTItE
engaged in a new economy
about to abolish the Soldier's Orphan's
Homo at Normal. There Imvo boon
heavy frauds connected with tho man
agement of the institution, and it is
now proposed to make the children pay
the penalty by breaking up the hott.-c
and "farming out" the inmates to
whomever will accept the charges, at
the rate of one hundred dollars a year
apieco and then paying gome ono a
thousand dollars u year to travel
around and tee that they arc well cared
for. This thousand dollars would com
fortably clothe, feed and give instruc
tion to nix orphans for tho oamo length
of time in tho home. And although
a late change tUlJ management of
tile hOInn linn -.1 .. '. .
" ""i""u ii and brought
v-ausu wiinm thcuppri.i.rl.
ation, et ita aWil
and. will douhtli- 1... n- . .., ?-0'laof Scuflletown felt somo svinpitthy
.M lipJi 1 . 1T0Ct(!,l NwU'Mrtm and sought to save him". Thco
soldier B orphans, whom Uu.cd to l,o n1.1.10 upon tho murder of Harris nnd
favorite phraBo with radical oratorMo caVcT'bvv)'"1'' Jll'tintd' in 1,10 for,,lor
term "the wards of the nation," ro to U. in S'f0'!?
be Bhoved off ah burdens to any oiiuliha
wno will undertake their case ut
hundred dollars per annum, and
ignobly ends tho attempt of tho tato
to care lor and uducuto them.
-Tho Lancaster, (I'cnn.,, Knqulre,
printed t tho homo of Jamch lilack, tho
Prohibition candidate for president, tays:
"For wore than twenty yeau Mr. Jilack
hat been n uucomjiromiilng havocto
cf prohibitory law, and since 18u tt
strict teetotaler, From tho tiin of tho
orgnlztlon of tho republican party un
til quite recent period ho wni u faithful
nd efficient SUDnorter of that
tlon. "Wtreltpossiblo to tecuro his elec
Hou. wepeopig of the United States'
Would have no cau.o to regret It. Ho Is .,
'frMoffiity and great force,
.Md few moro tffetUvtJ tpeabkcr4 1( t
kmperance cause huvjb Ulw Md
. u?9 J8mi)' llrooV'' wnd.
log offhli very Jntcrestlng.lottersol travel,
wn.v lo fi iMtmiiw ,I,pnl-c,),l,1HIi,l,rilUj.houtllieSulh. Dr
iiv S ill frim!!'' I Tliomii, Fi. p 'iiipn'a Hiiuiui Apnt nt
is ilmt lio prop tr
1; ti itid 1 -li it to
August, n.. .Inpiili n iii"M'.!i nr .f
ill .n in ,.I..imI.. r nr M t.ltllT.
.,mlt.....i ll.w. u.it off U"-i ';
to Hons iv.ng .ml Cnlm thenoo r-ftl
l.DeoomlHr,. Io-P-' l'nU'sl " "
JUrpli,nd-H lb- n.U summer will be
left for I.V Vn trivul-
rjyl'do '.'out'iern Hiine,' of Clmrlottr-,
..... 1 11 11,.. ..... ..r M1....1 r!r...,Lv
.,,,; ".nr. i"ni" w k --,
who pubHilicd a notice In ourpitpcrof the
28J of Juratory, of the curing of his wile
of coniumptloti by the uso of kerosene oil,
Inn been so troubled with litters of in
quiry n lo the manner of It! ute that he
request us to make tlio statement through
the columns of the 'home.' Mm. Urown
mil. In two.
cno wu 11 pure article, such us is used for
DOl.(Iov. Wiiriiiotith declared iu a Into nut
" Interview " that ho had no intention of the
conciiiaiiiip 1 reiiuem Li ram 1 uiiuuu.
.1. .. . . . . 11 1 i...-.i 11 1
, mMi - ,upport the of th.
Cincinnati convention. IfOcn. Grant is
nominated at l'hllidelphia I am unqnall-
fledly and determinedly opnofed to hi. re.
.. . .
in prciidc.it of 1
Bgx.Syracuio is tho homo of a veritablo
lirojLr.. L t10 s...ne 0f a vounc man who
possesses the power of sing ngtwo parts
. ,i .1 it! 1.
of a tune nt tho same time. His name l
Arnold, and ho is n member of Syracuse
lrnivcrilv. Ho astonished n recent
. . , . , , , . ...
g.thering of clergvmon bv singing clearly
and wjetly tha 1ms and soprano of " O.d
YS-Kr. Fortln, u member of tho Cana-
dlun hotiu of commons, bus been In
Washington for several day. Tho Cana
II... 1 I.. J . t. ... I 1..L!, a 1
for many year, and during his visit to
Wilh,nJl0,n had MVObrill ,nlorvlew I
ProfuMOr 1Utril and others on the
sciontlGo nsptcts of tho fishing interests.
, , ,', .
nnu. In f!nr.intintl nil n 1 Inn ff nt AVpttniV fir I
anv man in ll o siaic. 10 wuik iuu nines
oj )0urs for 1,000 Weston to receive
.!!,.. nn.l nnv nthoi- pnntntlnnt I
esn Onl v two hundred and Iwontvnlne
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heads, necks and limbs wero broken In
1 London In the oflurt lo com?ratulatn tbo
Prince of Wales upon tho recovery from
I ,v" v
. f i).. n I nouncou mocounioi nn iue wunoui con-MX-Tho
pagan negroes of 1 erry, un., ,,,, v i-
worships a bottled god which thoy call
OVKRSKIRTS, FLOUNCES, 1I0NNETS ETC
Jenny Juno say tbo spring changes In
fashion will tako placo at an early date
this your. She nlso says " imported spring
patterns nro almost uniformly largo fig
ured nnd many colored. There aro tome
pretty striped cumebrics and some toft fln-
JjJicJ will. IM.U1 in tho now Jcai luilf
cameo " mikado " bud' and delicate prin
temps (light gray slmdes of color), but
they nro overshadowed, put out of coun
tananco for the time being by tho gaily
(lowered cottons,wooUcns and silk foulards
with black or wliito grounds, which ob
trudo themselves everywhere.
"Therein absolutely nothing now in
styles, but thero nro nlany fresh adapta
tions of old styles. Suits nro mado with two
skirts and n batijue, or with n skirt and
polonaise Tho overskirts aro all long in
tho back, with round apron fronts, and
am rendered moro bouffant by being
looped higher lit tho bides.
" Flounces aro now principally confined
to lower and ttaincd skirts, uiid tho pat
tern houses Issue paper modoles of tho
correct depth, and plated, us they should
bo worn. Some aro boxed, somo aro silk
plated, and others fuJtooncd. The design
U a matter of taste, but In tho absence of
I such knowledge tho papor model will be a
I rollof to many perploxod ladies whomuko
their own dresioi.
Nothiuir very uovel In thapo or de-
slng need bo expected this senson in bon
net. Tho rival of straw, which commen
ced Inst year, has been vigorously followed
up by straw dealers and manufacturers,
and straw will he tho poular wear during
the pring und summer, varied among
fashionable women by lace und cerpe ar
ranged to match certain costumes.
HENRY UEKRV LOWERY-
INCIDENTS I.V HIS LITE.
From til" New York Hrrnld )
Although Henry Ilerrv Lowcrv swore
an oath of rovengo for tho niurdor of his
iHiticr anu brother In leUO ho was not yet
entirely given up to outlawcry, nnd the
republican politicians and advisers of tho
luviunce nnu iho rw.'.'r . :.. ,"
one lliu wur.
tinel old sluvel
il. r?","' howc-ver,
mils of humanitv tlm
--iun wi inu rucc in
) i "owever, unawwo ,,f .v,
imanity they were cr.il,ho 8C0,"rF
t us an outlaw lu,lVr ,?l. !B.'d tliu
TIlllV fun nil Ilmt l.n ..... ... I .
to Ithody Strong, tho most beautlfuVVn'1 r,Tor PrftUo ,lnr fttVorIl PPf'
in Scullletow 1 , Vi hut could thov know of "leaders"
on tho night of tho ceremony, thuy took
h m from tho s.do of his bride ono A J
MoKair accomt.llthllH' 1.1. r.n." 1
jhii ai iuinuoridn, un in Hchci. uml
1 tl . . . " .'" ',H,,i' A UO
inn .....i.i... . ..
. in.uui sum luvupiaciu lor
THE YOUNO HURDEREU AND nitlDKQKnOM,
?"ly tW('lli 'ca" of "S". Ho was
ofthe grated IrSu.wln.iow bur, ZZiTo
tho woods ami ,'ad hi, way blel Pi , ,
wifu. Thl. w. I.. iohA ta(-k l ''It
lit tbo interrupted enjoyment of family
hanp ncss Henry Horry Lowery expre, i5
a tloslre to quit the swamp, and return tn
hit carpentur t trudo and peaceful society
Hit republican frionds labored In bis
bohalf.and thoy resolved to plead tho proc
lamation of oblivion for oflenscs committed
hltes lU, Columbus county, twentv
nini. miles f,om I.umbcrton. Hero tho
desnnrntn m i ."er" "0
m.il I Sotitll Mown, arranged with the Sheriff, 11.
H v i...t i. wury fn-i'i w'SK
1i.ii. u.i up lidiiiuulu ho well feu, nul uo
lit In iron, ttrnl protected from vlolcnco
i y the limb. Unlifd Stnlus troops ftt tliHt
tune wi-ru quai cr.-d throughout North
Ciirolinu HiiJ lliu rhol element wbj du-
Tint lilir 1 1) l ml Dr. TlumiHR called for . who
Ijowery at hit own cabin, ncr Asbury cnmn poiioned in any manner, will do
chutch, and brought him into Lamborton well lo call on Mr. Hoed and givo his stono
in a bugity. A new jnt nau mcaniime a
(leOs) been erected in mo ouisKiris 01 mu
town, constructed eutircly of hewed lim
ber. Lowery was for a time tractable,
quiet, and cotiliding In his advisers. The
BUI.I.K.V HOSTILITY or TU E TOWNSPEOPLE
natural enouch, no doubt, toward the mur
derer ol two citizens soon began to de
velop, and complaints were made that
Lowery had three meals 11 day, and not
liko the other nrUoners
lie was tea
from the outside by a shoemaker.
trClltmf.nt, added to the reports oT hi
prouu nnu nninuniiunivu uenring, iuu iu a
tiiini c crv 1 ii ui t o oiiL'in 10 uo iruncu. nnu
un hard fare. It Is also charged-and
story is told to mo by two or three dlf-
iHrem iiurauus uviuii niugii nimiv ihhi
.. . ... . 1- , .t.
oner, had resolved to drue him from jail
and drown mm tn 1110 river anne 1001 01
suspicious and uneasy, and perhaps 1
ci,feti nt cootiDement. One eveninc, as
the jailer appeared with hU food, ho pre-
tented a Kntte anu cocxeu n repeater anu
'Look here. I'm tired of this. Open
that door and stand a. do. If jou en
tho placo for fifteen minute" you will
n l comooutl"
it vou teavo
He then walked out of the 5n.il. turned
down ibo river bank, avoidlm; the town.
stopped ot 11 house and holpcif himself to I
some cracKcrs, anu, crossing mo uriugo,
was never again seen In J.nmoerton.
AN AMUSING INUIDKNT-
liUTLKK AND FakNHWORTII AS TELLKHS
op the house ok rephesentativks.
A AVashinuton correspondent writes its
follows: "While tue nouso was In com-
mittco of the wholo to-day on the dell-
! !.!.. till " !
on which a decision of tho house was de-
manded, ond.tho chairman, Stevenson of
uiiio. annoiniou ucnorai nuiier anu ucn-
Ural' tarnsworth tellers. Butler and
Farnsworth aro not on speaking terms,
. . .. . .. 3 . . ,'
"na. w lon ?. IMnl 01 t"0 c erK
.inak t inv did not nlnnrvn 1 10 usual cui.
torn of "shaking hands, whereupon some
member, WlSUmC to Carry On
i tho joke, insisted upon
duclnc them. llutlcr was
w,A""e ,0.0K Bl arnsworm wniioiuo
I latter rciuscu lo recognize xsuitor. inoy
1 ,t00(j jookin,, Way from each other, with
I out speaklntr, much to tho amusement of
tho prcsonco of the othor, and each an
. . 1 . !il .
Farnsworth. ho could' not tell whethor
Iiutlcr was lookinc at him or not. Ho
has an impression that occasionally Butler
went one eyo on him, but ho was not turo
of this, for somotimcs it seemed as if llut
lcr was looking in two or three directions
at onco. Tho affair passed off without any
MAnniAUK or miss drexel.
(Prom thd rhiU.lalphln Prti:)
Fresldont Grant arrived in Philadclbhla
yestorday and proceeded, in company
with Airs. Oiant mil Oauuinl Poller, lu
tlio rcildoucu vt A.nthonyJ Xitfjel. Ah.,
banker, at the southeast corner of Thirty
ninth and Walnut streets. About 7
o'clock last evening General Grant wit
nessed tbo marriago ot .Mtss bmma Drex
el, eldest daughter of Mr. A. J. Drexel,
to Mr. lllddle, cashier of tho banking firm
of Drexel k Uo. llio ceremony was per
formed by tho Hev. Dr. Kccloson, rector
of tho church of tho Saviour. Tho bride
was dressed in whito satin, mado en trnin,
nnd trimmed wilh lacos nnd flowers. Her
hair was puffed und rolled, studded with
diamonds, from which was suspended tho
bridal veil. Tho reception was held in
the main parlor, bcginniue: at 9 o'clock
and ending at midnight The wedding
feast was set iu thodlning-hall. The com
pany of callers embraced many ot ojr
most eminent citizens and their ladles.
The wed ling-presont were many, elegant
President Grant will remain at the
guest of Mr. Drexel until to-morrow.
when ho will be tho guest of Georce W.
rii.ii.i- -I.-.- mi.. . "u... ...I,, i
iiiiiur, j.iiu jirusiueiii win no pres
ent at tho banquet to b given this even
ing to Coloiml John W. Forney by tho
merchants of Philadelphia. Ho has nlso
accepted an invitation to attend tho re
ception at the residonco of Mr. Childs,
and will to-morrow eveninir bo nroont
nt tho cntortalnmcnt ofthe Saturday night
club, at the reiidenco of Colonol Thomas
ONI YEAK AFTER DEATH.
What may prove ono of the most novel
and, jwrhaps, oxclting suits on record, was
inaugurated In Kvutuvillo, Ind., on Fri
day. An Attorney for John H. Flournev
nnd his wife, Sarah Flournoy, fllod with
tho Clork of tho County a claim against
the estates of Itobert Iiurnes for $60,000,
tho amount of a promissory note given
Mrs. Flournoy by Mr. Unmet previous to
his death. Too note, which claims to bo
"for services rundored," is made payable
ono year after Mr. llarnes' doath: which
date wa9 Wednesday last, as lio died on
thelilstof Feb., 1871. Tlio estate of Mr.
names Is worth sovoral hundred thousand
dollars, all of which ho devised to tho
Society of Spiritualists for the numoseaf
Luildinc a colleiro. His relatives have
thus lar, however, prevented tho oxecution
of tho will, and tire endeavoring to break
it on the ground Ihat ho was not of sound
mind wnen it wat executed. It it not at
all probable either of tbo parties who' will
eventually obtain possession of tho citato
will nllow Mrf. Klournoy'i claim, unlets
compelled to do so by tbo courts, and a
lonKthy trial of tho case will of courgn li
A STREET CAR IDYL.
From the I'eona ReTitw
Queen of all hoarts, wo saw them enm
with lanculd step, aboard the car : and
soon thoir voices' silvery hum sounds clour
abovo tlio rattling tar.
Awhile wo gazeu, with downcast eyes,
at eyebrows arched and fingers taper, and
iienru wiin ;iii-conccaica surprise, eacn
And e politician! so enchanting?
nVrf tl!BmWch',T.ar waJ' wo turned' we
l2.0,n 0f Vhit mhlect rantlnp.
I 1 HQ 1 fttrlbn oi .4 .1 " . " .
hurA v," iw?:v U10y conaomnea un
. . -i ...u
-med w h ""bet Ta'ih1 ,b,"h
named. p p'r that culd bo
troublo-talto a Hovlew, th, w..v l
and neatly fold it fout' .r'to
Wo reached our crossing here and l.ft
amazed beyond the least description of
power of speech almost boreft what v.
th rest of that prescription?
T11E MAD STONE.
(From tne Clinton Regitler.
Mr. Thomas K. Keod, of Nixon town
ba Poured from Kentucky a mad
lone, which hat been used and tested for
over a hundred yrari. The ttons is In the
shape of a sugar loaf, and porous like a
rpnngii. "When applied to tho hiti of a
mud-dug or snakr. t i1,it,, ti thd 11 lt
until IU pur us bncuiiie til I til wilh the poi
(onous substance, when It drops off.
These stones Imvo long puzzled the scion
titts of the country, and while thero hai
been no explanation of their powers, It is
yet an attested fact that they have per
formed many wonderlul cures. Those
Bra so unfortunulo lt'ireafter us to be-
W. U. UORHIK,
U. It. CANUCK
No. Pub. nJ 1). 8. Ccro.
FIKE, UULls CARGO, LIVE STOCK
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AlieU.. 1,IU,3I 17
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AMERICAN CENTRAL, U0-
Asstt M0.O00 00
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Aisst 30.WO.000 CO
TRAVELER'S, HARTVORD, LIFE AND
RAILWAY r-ASSENQXBB ABSURANCB
SAFFORD, MORRI8 k CANDEE,
71 Okl Lerec,
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NIAGARA, N. Y-,
Ataot tl.t3e.21C ?
OERUANIA, N. T.,
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nANOVER, N. Y.
AssfU ..m,K1 00
REPUBLIC, N. Y.,
Antn ....71l,25 01.
Comprising the Underwriter' Agency.
YONKERR, N. Y.,
Autt 7S,4t4 tl
fireuen'h FUND, S. V.,
AMeti 78,0O Of
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE.
Asset! ...1,3;,S4 00
STORES, Dwelling, KaraUure, null, and Car
goes, inaured at ratm u fnroitble ti aounil,
permanent swurltr will warrant.
I reipectlulljr k ot the cltliem of Cairo, a
ihaxe ot their palronate.
. N. UVUUTM.
0 UIS J OR GENS EN,
bailer In all Hindi of
STAPLE AWD FANCY
I'armir't TarU avud HlAblltia;
Cr. Washington-av.'and Twcntieth-Bt.
COAL! COAL ! COAL 1
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CABBOfl
Commorcial-ar., Foot of Eleventh-at.
ocarefully weighed at the yard on Fair
CLL WXIQUT WARRANTXD.
Dt?t olihi"?'"1 o '
part ot th cl.j, either hj
ahorlett notice in an;
lb" nail ion, ion or car
Leautirder MlheoflScon Oommerclal.aT.a
RA KCUjA V URUS.
Oil IO LEVEE
X rtTLL ULAIT
AT BA1',VV T1HU0 8T0BK.
FUB ytVTtLt, LILI.
MOCKINQ BIRD FOOD
ILL I14BT rat CS1 WimoCT TIOCILI
S L M D O L 0
GRAPE ( CATAWBA ) f ORAPI 1 PILLS
I CATAW1IA lJ ORAPC S
I GRAPE I CATAWBA ) J I QRAP ) PILLS
. I III 1
Alb 4LL or
raisu tkou rianT iiaxus,
Alw7 Id slock In Uige tupptjr, mil fur U j
IFIWBJSII BXCTIEJ XjICIEC
r Bale by theUlana Bottle ortinlloii
IVExtra Fink Coloonx;
mfgxnuink imported extracts j
IOTHair, Tootu and Kail Brushes
t&lNDIA KCBBXR NURSERY Goo7
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Beat grades Id arge atock and va
riety, Terjr cheap;
Full Line or Colors,
ear AWU IK oit
Paint Druibea, Lmeed Oil,
Varolthes Ktc, etc.,
ALL IlatiS AHD ItiXCiED 0V1LIIUS
CAIRO CITY HOOK BINDERY
JOHN II. ODERXY CO.,
Bulletin Building, corner of 12th
street and Washington aveuue,
All klada of Illndlngnnd Itullnx done at the
verylowent prices. Having rnaKed tho aerrl
ce of Mr. ifueln, who iiaa hud many ynura
experience inoneofbest Itlnderiea of Ut. Imls,
tn superintend tnia eHtntillahment, wu can con
tiJenlly promlscour patron worli equal to thai
of air Itinderv in Ihn west.
CARL L. THOMAS,
a now propaied to respond promptly to all de-
in anus ior ma eerricen.
aUOP-COR. 8T1I-ST. AND CoMMERCAL-AV
Its the Perry llouae,
rCRN AND IlIDKfl.
H. LEVY & CO.,
HIDES AND) FURS,
WOOL, t'EATUEKN, KTC,
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
MEIICIIAX T N.
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
Ohio River nistl KnunHbn
70 Ohio Lsvke,
'tf CAIRO, IM.INOI
SIXTY-F 1 V 1-F IKS T
1 Rt Z E
MEDALS A WARD HI)
TUT. UK EAT
WM. KNABE & CO.,
GRAND, B0.UARX AND UTRIOltT
j BALTIMOItK, MAUVI.ANII.
1 i I..I...M..I. kn l.fnm the tiubllfi
foi nearly thirty yearn, and upon their eicelleiwe
alone attained an unpureAaied prMmifimc (wntcn
pionouncei them unequalnd in
tfr All our Square lart hare nur new New m
proted Ofe-ntrung cale ard the Agrnft 7rt'
BB- We woulil rail aprcial attentlun to our lale
Patented lmprovem'nt In Oaw Pini and
fvii'iitUuMi, found in no other Piano, wlilch
hrint! the I'lano nearer perfection than baa yet
EVERY 1'IANO FULLY VARRANTE FOR
Illustrated CatatoKura and Price Lists prompt!
furnished on application to
WM. KNABK A CO.,
many of oor regular elalilli.hed agencl.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. ilAI.LUiAY, Pre.lden
HKMtr I,. HALUIMV, Vice Pr eat;
A. II. MAKKOlll), Cuhlert
WALTKh UVKLOP. Assistant Cashier.
frins TiiLoa, Honar II. Cchhikoiun,
UlSST I.. IllLLIDlT, U. P. IIIUISIT,
iiu. I). WiLLiiMion, Sural lliau
A. 0. Sirroao,
EacliniiKr, Cola ttntl Cnllcd Ntalea
UottU IIoiiKlif and Hold.
DEPOSITS recelred, and icenerat haoklnK
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIF.Li JIUItU, Preeldent;
ROBERT W. HILLEIt, Vice-President
COLLECTIONS. PROMPTLY MADE
EXCHANGE, roin, t.ank not and United
mates securities bought and sold,
Inlerenf Allowed on Time Deposit.
Cbarterpd March SI, 1800.
CITY NATIONAL RANK, CAIRO
A. B.31FFORD. President!
H. a. TAYI.OH, Vice-President j
W. IIVaLOP, Hecretary and Treasurer.
P. tV. UlECtAT,
W. P. UiLLicir,
U. M. CcKamauiH,
J. M. PlIllllTI
nepoaltaot niir AnionntReelved front
Ten Ccnlsj UwttrdN.
INTKItEHT paid on depoalta at the rate ol an
percent, per annum, March 1st and Heplem
ber 1st. Interest not withdrawn la r.dded imme
dlately to the princlp.il of tho deposits, thereby
kIvIdk them compound interest.
MARKIKD WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
to tuat no oai: iik cik patw ir,
Open erery buainess day from t a.m. to 3 p.m.
and Saturday eremnK lor HAVING DEPOSITS
only, from ( to a o'clock. ,
auzotl W. IIYSI.OP, Treasurer.
Uttteber cd Denier In tall Kind rra
Cox NiNtTtiKtn ah Portia Sraiir,
RUTH and ala.uMer. only Xyd f. iSj'
(OMMlNMOft AMI l lllllVAIIIIiNli.
- D WILLIAMSON,
No. 70 Olilo I,cvr.
0 A I K O, 1 L I. I N C 1 8.
Sicll itt-ntion gln to cotnignmn..
C. C. UUL
MATIIUSS & UHL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
No. 64 OlIIO LEVEK,
i Sai SUn AIRO.U.l.
II. 51. HULEN,
And Dealer Foreign Fruits and Nuts
No. 134 Commorcial-ave.,
CliOSE & VINCENT,
Ckuext, Plabter Farii,
Corner EJglstn nlrcct tsnd Ohio
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS yoR FAIHBANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILl.
CHARLES M. HOWE & CO.,
No. 64 Ohio Lovee,
WOOD RITTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
STRATTON & BIRD.
(Successors toHtratton, Hudson A Clark.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO..
(Buccesiom to E. D. Hendricks Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Adrances mn upoBSr
Are prepared to receire, st-ire ant orward
freight to all points and hoy lU
tell on commission.
BWDuslness attended lo prnnqpUr
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON
(Successors to Jno.B. PhllHs,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TKNTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE