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ailKCAIJtO DAILY nUIJ.ETIN, WHDXKSDAY, MAKCJI 20, 1872.
a mo cir.
HOOK B DKUY
Itutldtuir. corner of 1-tl
street and Washington avenue,
Cairo, III linos. .
AH kin Is of inn Una-ant Kudos; done at the
. t l-..i ,i,.r. Ii4f IflhT riusueu mo nrrvi-
ret ef Mr. lluel. ' n ,1"" -"J" ."""
. .iieennlead esaU'islnncnt, we ujti com-
li '.. . ..urn , ...t .-.i ri tm.ij aillietl Ilk tllaVl
of hit Bin .fry
... . , , hntuchold inn Iters, nnd
tint "do... -rat,, .1 consulted, won M f 'J Jf"bo o the average of ladle,' magu
prefer uf uiiir.'e ii oaudid.ito 01 lu " I ,n ls jitoriry department.
or.iio iintcci'ilptilH ono wh i. m lo..v:n j-rtto?r- T ivln An for March in't,
llit! rcptihlie hi part v. will pull dun" H ,re.e't n duiiinrut uibm of contents!
column u d J Satiisoi of -Id.' No,v M'r llo"ry Holland's Recollections, from
isfcr bUuiiu, continued from ComblU's maga
zine, Toe lt.llgion of nn Indlnn I'rovlnco,
from Fortnightly Roviow. OIT tho Skcl
lig,S.tlnt Putil',nnd Wanderings In Japan,
Corn'iill's, with somo fine selections of
pootry und short articles.
THE FUR. TRADE.
it wi ioahn.
lluitating the trustfnlues of ""' c'l
ponvry, uo Inmbly
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Oo year by f,rr.rr,l.i J';;:;.T.'.r.'.'.'
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8 I WOillbs
TUE DOLLAIt EBKI.r IIL'LLKIIN,
. t w ntrlr X Co n'o rediced the null
John H. 0''.M rtVfKljr Cilro llnllrtln In
,ctliiion pn" ...jiiing it ilia clieniic.it ia
Tub Cincinnati convention meets
on the firit o( May.
Tun Evan-vi'lle 'Courier,' democratic.,
ii q favor of a citiem' ticket lor the
approachinp inoiiicii.nl election in
tint city. HiRlH.
- r - ' '
Ciias. KiiancI' A ha M.s looms up as
as a presidential canJidate, favored by
the " imlopeiidi'iit pres. " generally
undeiatood to he led by the Cinoinuati
'Commercial,' Chicago 'Tribune' uml
Xew York 'World.'
TliK Xr.w Yokk 'Herald' of last
Wednesday, says : "Xew Hampshire,
which last March was lost, was yes
terday recovered by the republicans."
Is it safe, then to depend on a state
which is lost and found so easily ?
The SrKi.vonrU) 'Register' is very
passive, but however passive it may be,
we question the rood taste of any dem
ocratic journal which speaks of the
democratic party as though itfl touch
were contaminating, its breath tho odor
of wickedness, and its advico the out
givings of folly and impotence.
to,howu.a.Kl. an o - of tbj
u:e nnr intention to preside over or
tttemlthc Cincinnati convention, Truni-
fjiill ha" been remarkably caroful to
l.ifco m stock in it, Horace Orcoloy
hows unmistakable xigns of n back
down, and the republican party is ready
and waiting to forgive and forget his
late defection in consideration of his
return to it. Whcro then, is the lib
eral republican, tho republican whoso
political influence would lend strength
to his intention?, whose course gives
lemoer.its the smallest reason for believ
ing that he will help pull down the col
umns of tho republican parly? We
pause for a reply.
C-lt is n popular theory that ignor-
.-in:o i tho parent of crime. Tlwt thoro U a
Inllnoy in thl l, however, proved by tomo
figures presented In thn report of the in
spectors of tho statu penitentiary in west
ern I'ennsylviinia. Of tho four hundred
and eighteen inmates of this Institution
tlier. nroonly forty-soven who can neither
road nor write and only forty-four who
can rend only, wliilo thoso who can both
reail und write numhor three htmdrod und
twenty-'evon. That is to !ny, tho propor
tion of " illiterates '' among thoie priso
ners U uctually considerably less than tho
proportion of thorn imioiig the wlioluudult
population of the northern dates taken
together. Tlicsnmu team 3 to ho true of
other prisons. Tho roports from Auburn
prison, in this stuto, and from tho prison
nt Columbia, Ohio, nlso show that tho vnst
majority of eriminuU havo received n fair
Coy Two four-story brick buildings on
tho levee, nt Galena, foil on "Wednesday
afternoon. They were used as grain store
houses, and tho thrco upper stories wore
filled with grain. Tho loss will bo about
" England is borrowing our stylo of
railroad cars, and u seoro or mora havo
been built pud shipped from this country
to sco how tho trnveling public will liko
8tT'Thnro ain't but phew knn stick n
white lmnkcrchicf Into tho brcst pocket
on theirovcrcoat without letting a little ov
It stick out just by aeksident. Josh
TltK COt.OIlKti LtKUTEtfANT GoVKtlNOK
I'ltOMULOATKS A JIlUKF AUTOIIIOOHA
1MIY. Iiiuiitennnt Governor l'lnchbnck, of
Louisiana, has just boon Interviewed by a
Now Orleans Mlcpiiblicnn' reporter.
Among other replies no thus sketches his
lifui 'I was born in Guorgla in 1837. I
enino hero the sumo year with my parent,
on tho way to my fnthor' plantation, In
Holmes county, .Mississippi. In 1840 I
was sent to Cincinnati to school, and nt
tended Gllmoro's high pcliool, on Harrison
street, for about one year nnd a half. Af
ter I returned homo my father
died, and, us our peculiar stntus
provented us from remaining thero,
tho family removed to Ohio. About 1850
I returned to New Orleans, whore 1 havo
finco resided oil' nnd nn. Mr vocation
was a stenmboatmnn, servine at ono timo
ns stuward of tho Ilomnr. The Inst boat 1
was on was tho Altitun Child. 1 loft hor
at Yazoo City.'whcn she ran tin thn Yazoo
to escape thoynnUeo fleet. In IW2 I ran
tho ulocuado into .Suw Orleans, where I
arrived -May 1'J. . On .May lu I had a dlf-
iieuity witn my nrotiier-in-iaw, in which I
wounded him "severely, and was arrested
for usault willi attempt to kill. I was
carried before .Judge llnll, and pleaded
guilty, on thn advice of my lawyer, when,
10 my usioniiiimetii, noil sentenced me
to two years in tho work-house, nnd
when it was announced 1 nearly fainted
in court. Tlio object of this was black
mail, and before incarceration I was ap
plied to, and rofiio.l to pay up. 1 te
tuaitio 1 there about a month 'inforo I ef
fected my release. Daring tit in time I had
my own food, bed, und other comfort',
which 1 procured out of my means. The
canto year I entered the service In the
First Louisiana volunteers, u wltito regi
ment. About this timo Gen. Ilutler hav
ing commenced organising negro troops,
I was authorized to raiso n comnanv:
did so, and was mustered
Into -servico Oat. 12. 1802. ns senior
captain of the Second rogimcnt natlvo
guiirus. i remained in the servico until
Sopt. 10, 1801?, when I resigned. After
Unit l returned Homo, and was verbally
appointed captain of company D in a cav
alry regiment, und authorized to ntUo a
company. .My application lor a commis
sion in this company was subsequently re-
tusod by uen. Hunks, with u very imper
tinent indorsement. I then followed vari
ous private, avocations until tho cm of
colored men in polities dawned ; since
wltlcli timo tho public Has been sutlicient
ly familiar with my history toobviute tho
necessity of relating it."
The woman who cured herself of
consumption by taking kerosene oil,
has traveled from Georgia to l'cnnsyl
nia within the last weeks. But that
doesn't matter. All that delicate per
son need remember is, that she poured
a few drops of oil down her throat at
night before she went to bed, instead of tt,flncr b' " clllnc- ,sho do"'t "llnd
..... . . , . ' x, r the linger, only she says sho would have
pouring it indiscriminately on the lire ' ... , , .. ...
when she pot up in the morning.
SJyThu International convention of
Young Men's Christian Association is to
meet in Lowell next June, und prepara
tions uro already making for this gathering.
BQ1.A young ludy in Auburn lately lost
no propor place to put an engagement
It la now asserted, and tho New
York 'Tribune' is authority ior the
Btatement,that Richard JJ. Connolly, the
defaulting comptroller of New York
city, was originally a Philadelphia
thief, convicted, imprisoned and par
doned by the governor of Pennsyl
vania. The charge cannot hurt him
now, fugitive from justice as he is, but
where is the noivapapcr that would have
made it when he was at the hightli of
his worldly prosperity and social
Cray-Corn Is knee high in tomo parti of
Texas. All kinds of vegetables have been
planted, und thero uro indications of an
Bsa?"Tl'omas Knglish, of Kenosha, has
been compelled to shoot u valuable horse
that had becomo rabid from the bito of n
CSyTho poruvlan railways havo smok
ing cars "exclusively for ladles.
-i- i i
ESy-For ladles:. A recipe fur dressing
tho hair. Vlrst buy your hair.
The Washington 'Chronicle,' the
president's organ in Washington city,
says " the New Hampshire election is
clearly a personal victory for Gen.
f From the Now Hnrn IM (nr.
ince t'te itt'j i - .;l .Vliikltii, San
Frttnchcu'i' fur Iratle hit assumed largo
proportions, and l growing larger ovary
year. .Last year the importation of raw
furs Into that city was SIOJO.OOO. Tho
most.of these were, soon after thoir arrival,
exported. Onestcamot tho Alexander
ulono brought sixty-two thousand seal
skins, worth $800,000. .Sealskins nro as yet
tho principal Import from that ter
ritory. Previous to tho purchase
of Alaska the city had scarcely any trude
in furs, all that wers obtained In thut ter
ritnry being sent from Sitka, by way of
Siberia, to Ktirope. Now, however, tho
tables have to turned that not only is it
made tho emporium of all the fur a of
Alaika, but it Is being rapidly made that
of the furs of Siberia as well. Tho dis
tance by sen und land from that country
to tho markets of tho eastern states and of
Kuropo is passed over In much shorter
time by this route- than by any other.
The Siberian furs are said to bo much
liner than any yet brought from tho ter
ritory of Alaska. Tho principal kinds In
troduced Into our markets for local con
sumption, and for export, nro snbles, er
mines, lox, sea ottor, land ottor, mink,
beaver. &c. Tho snbio skin product bus
much declined, nnd is declining every
SIXTY-F1VK Flit ST PRIZK
at Home," by Albert
MAOAZINKS AXD I-KRIODICALS
The April 'Galaxy ' opens with a skotch
of tho great novolUt, Charles Iteade, by
1.i!n MffVirtln whnin nravluus chump.
brant.' When Sumner and Sehurz 1 ionizations of living men und womon of
uemauded nuiuvuhtitratiou into the sale I dlulnetlon have beon so marked n feature
of arms by this country to the French, 1 of this magazine,
fhev w..r l... .'vn.i nro. "Tho French
... i. , . 1 Rhode", Is a spirited analysis of French
attacking the president." And when nnd, , tn(Uuthor's thor-
a fctate give., its majority for the radical ougl UiiuWihJi;j (,r uu
party, it i3a personul victory for Grant. r.ieoln ,i(i Johnson " ti unother of
bo that, in tho oyes of Ins torvent tbo Hon. Gideon Welles' contribution to
admirers, Grant is not only tho govern- the history of tlm momentous events of
went, but the republican party uUo. mo war, arm ino years immediately sue-
Great man, that man Grant !
Tukukauv. tmUlshed intl.o Uni.,.,1 l0fU0W what particular branelios ol
I -....v... 1 ,, t .
States 5, 815 newspapers nnd periodic- J ,,',m 7 l fUeCCeU
t nra r-i i -i IUIU have already succeeded. It Is by
als. Of thee .rj, l are daily Pamirs, v.n.. n,..i.. . , .
'I iutv;iiiiiui, mjrseil une Ol IIIO mosi
mo rest, weeny, niontniy. mwrlcrly. Uplrited, brilliant, and successful of wo
etc. 4,626 are political, itlri literary,
407 religious, the rest being devoted
to agriculture, secret societies, com-
A man in a town not many miles from
Boston, who had bought some pills of a
quack doctor in tho latter city, becamo
nervously tearlul that they might contain
poison, nnd did nottno ihom,buthis wife
becoming ill a lew uuys alter ho gave them
to her. Finding them harmless, ho fool
ishly exposed his previous suspicions, and
if his wife doesn't oxperlmcnt on him tho
next timo ho is sick, she must be a very
A celebrated writer says that no woman
Is a lady who can wound or mortify un
othor. No matter hew refined or culti
vated sho mny bo, sho is in reulitv coarse,
nnd tho innnto vulgurity of her tialuro
manifests Itself here. Kind and courteous
treatment of all, personifies ono murk of a
l.adics sometimes do not value their
husbands as thev ouirht. They not unfre-
qtiontly learn tho vuluo of u good husband
lor the llr.H timo ufter they lose him.
lctthu husband Is tho very root-tree ol
the cdillco tho keyttono culled home.
Ho is tho bread winner of tho family its
defence and its glory tho beginning and
ending ot tho golden chain ot 1 1 to wlueli
surrounds it its counsellor, lawgiver and
A teacher lit one ot tho schools in isel
mont had u cluss of four or five ye tr olda,
and was trying to teach them tho names of
the days ot the week. Alter practising
them n while, sho nked n five-vearold
girl, "Whtitday is this? ' "Washing-day,"
was tho quick reply.
Tho ladles In lluesla nre very anxious to
marry, because they have no liberty bo
lero marriage. They nro kept conslunlly
under tho paternal eye, until given up to
their husband, und then tltey tuko their
own course Almost us soon us u girl is
born in tho belter rank of society, their
parents begin to prepare the dowry sho
must have when she goes to her husband.
She must furnish everything for an out
fit In lifo, ovott to u dozen new shirts for
her coming husband.
A litrnier littuly went to his lawyer to
know If he cuuld get a divorce, becnuso
his w ifo was growini weaker uvurv dav.
.....i ....i, i..'. ...... i. .... r.
umm V.V..K1U t nui i vii win mini uo BIIU
used to do.
WM. KNABE &, CO.,
OltAND, SqiARKAXD Ul'ltlUUT
Th'sn Instruments have born before the public
for nearly thirty yearn, and upon their excellence
alone attained an unpurchatM pr(Dilnn, which
nioneuncct intra unvquaieu in
All our Swnrt laot have our new New 1m
proved UvointruiiK t-cale ard the Agrafe Irtllt
Bif We would rnil special attention to our late
I'ntenteil Improvements in (!knd Pianos and
Squaue (itiAsin, found In no other Piano, which
Mnps the I'lano nearer perfection than has yet
EVERY 1'IANO FULLY WARRANTKH TOR
Illustrated CnlaloRties anil I'rico Lists promptl
furnished on application to
wn. KNAnr. a co
many of our regular eatablikhnl anencies.
QUICK KrsT HOUTK F1IOM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL H. 11
St. Louis, Louisvti.i.i:, Ci.nci.nnaii, Cm-
"""l lonK, IIOSION,
1'OINTS KAST AND WEST.
I'ium-i k.t trains an lie at and leave Cairo at lob
AWf Uil.lii.in ,oo p.tn
I'h-ai.1 ItUltn.tn S!ia aim.
Il.itli tralui cunucit at LVtitrallavtlth train on the
I'ann, liecatur, lllonniltiKtcn, El Paso, l.a feklli
dit'iKioia, r lerpori, iiHii'im, :miliiiUp( and
nil polnia In Illinois, Mimoun,
i)lliini"(itit, A ipt'onnhi and
lotta. And vtlth.
Lines runninu Knst and West lor
il. Louis, Hprmxrieli) Lnuiaville,
Umritiuatl, Iiidi.iiiailis, Oohiuihua.
AUil at uucago ttitn Jilcliiauii ut ntrai. .MiclilgA
buuthrrn, and l'ittturn. Knrl Wayne
aim nui'iiKO jtauroHiis ior
Detroit. Cleveland. Iiutiklrk.
Albany, Huston, I'hiUdeiplila,
NinKt Kails, Krle, llutlalo,
rum, rittstiurc, iinitiinnre,
AND ALL POINTS KAST.
Sl'KINGKIKLD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTH KASTKUN It. IS.
On nn I ufter ', Monday, Airll!itth, 171, trains
ruu as lollops i
Taitsi notmi suiTiirisr.
.are Vtrulnia i:lsa.tn
" MirinKlleM - "
" Tiiylorvllle .lu:0i '
rrivo nt Pann 11:10 in
TUAIMOOIMO .NORTH CUT.
, l.l "
,. til7 "
.3:3.') t). in
" 'liitlorville t:4
Arrive at s!prlnj!tit'ld...;15 "
Leave npuiiKneiu .i.:-a
Arrive at Virginia S:M "
TIAINH UOINQ KUTIIIiSr.
Leave Kdsewood 6:30 a. tn 10:10 n.m
' Flora 8:25 " 11:40
Arrive at Hhawneetown3:5.1p m ... 6:16 p.m
TBAINR UeiBQ NOBTIIWE-IT.
Leave Bhawneetown W!.in S:20p.ir
tlOM. .a " (;i"
Arrive at Kdcewood 4:5U H;M "
The 5-M a.m. train from Kdvewood, runs only
.Mondays, w tunesaaya anu rriuays, aim oisia.ni
train from Shawneetown on Tuesdays, Thura
dsva and Saturdays.
Connects at Ashland with Jacksonville division
ol Chicago and Alton IUilrosil. f'ir JU'ksonvlllo,
Pelersburir. Maon Citv. a ml all nolnts west.
At Hpritnineld. with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, Vtabah and Western Kailroad, Inr
llloom, niton, Chicago, und all points north, north
teit and west.
At Tana with lnd. and Si. Louis, and Illinois
Central lUilro.vi lor nil points eiul, south and
At Kdsewood with Chicago Div!lon lll.nols
At Flora, with Ohio and Ml;islppi Railroad
At Shawneeto" n. with steamboats for Cincln
Dati, I'.ldllcah, Cairo and Ht. I.olin.
ORLANU SMITH, Orn'ISup't
Johk Koo3iTT,Oen'l Fr'at and Ticket Ait't.
I! rCLL BLAST
AT nA1 '."' TJRUO STORE.
Fatiu ;Si'rrLt, Laili.
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
all nrtDi roa cie wiihoct tiocili
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G IS APE (CATAWBA
Gil APE (.CATA-wnA
Ao all or
merce, etc. There nre 0 sporting
papers. The aggregate circulation of
the dailies is 2,1500,518, of tho week
lies 10,591,7 IX The population of the
United States is routrhly estimated US.
000,0q0., Thoro is then one daily
paper issue for every fifteen persons in
the country and one weekly for every
throe und a third perrons.
THE Spriuglield 'Begistor' insists
that Ho'pig-heudcd" democrats shall
offer their superfluous advice in regard
to tho action of the liberal convention
at Cincinnati The 'Register,' sweetly
passive, says "tho. .democracy of the
country feel assured that tho liberals
-x till -...('. J 1'
cau buu win uuiuiiiaiu a catjuiuate ui
Cincinnati acceptable to thorn." The
'Itogistcr' makes the democracy nay to
the liberals, in tho words ol the hymn,
irieli re' these or fioinethinglike thon'i :
"All ivV4rkVe;weowe to thee,
All wo euro or hopeio be."
But in the face of its absolute resig
nation to tho will of tho liberals, tho i
'Register' hm the' hardihood to say, J
FRESH rROM FIRST HANDS,
Alttaya In stock In huge supply, and for sal b
men writers for newspapers.
Edward Crapsoy, in another of hl
articles (m "The Nether SIdo of Now
York, tr(lit of "Lottery Gamblers," and
preients unlnterestingund curious array ol
facts in regard to the, subject.
I ho paper entitled "Fifteen Years a
Shakereis' ure brought to a conclusion in
"An inuepenueni Ku-Klux" u ono of
Colonol J. AV. Do Forest's Hrlkltig und
amutlng sketches ot Southern Uro.
overflows with humor.
General Custer, describing "My Llfu
on tho Plains," tolls n story of udventuro
with great spirit.
Tho stories of tho April 'Galaxy' nro the
serial by Anthony Trollopo, "The Eustace
Diamonds," "A Slory of a Shadow," by
Hebceca Harding Davis, and "Ycry Nar
row Indeed I" by Ella Williams.
Tho editorial departments comprise, as
usual, reviews of Science, Literature, and
Art, "Our'Oulaxy' Club-Itoom" of humor,
nnd tho "Nebulai" containing brief com
ments on all sorts of subjects.
Madame Demorkst'h Mikhoh ok
Fashions, for April Is a charming
in all Its departments, und complete in
each. As a "worr.un's mngur.lne,tho'Dem.
orest' li Incornparuble, and worthy of be
ing read with caro by every woman In the
land. It touches grace and taste In dress,
devotes a large portion of Its
In this uniqtio series of papers, now ap
pearing in 'Scribner's Monthly,' Mr. Wur
ner, ntiihor of "My Summer in u Garden,"
is doing his best work. Hero we have in
a pleasant tietion of a talking group in
front of tin old-fashluntid country buck
l"g, philosophic suggestion, sarcasm that
smiles, not sneers, bright bits of tlescrip.
tioti, socittl out-looks and, enlivening all,
a fresh, crisp, yet Juicy nnd delicious hu
mor. "Uack-log Studies" havo ' been
quickly appreciated by tho press. The
New York ' Times' says that these sketches,
"for light, airy, but gouuino delineations of
character, havo rarely been surpassed by
any writer ol the present dav." Thn 'Hus
ton Transcript' says "thut lor delicacy of
touch, tiualnt sentiment and quiet humor,
"Hack-Log Studies" nro tho best of tilings
in thoir way." Tho 'Nutioit' thinks that
"Hack-Log Studios No. III. "renews and
increases tho evidence given in ids provi-
ous performances that we have in him a
Humorist ol real merit" Writing of ono
of ihuio papers, tho New York 'Mall' says
Jt tbo "best thing ho has written, and
,?',llmnB ' it way any American or
'!lTuJ,lu '"is had for ma.iv a
I ? . n ,,,0",u,n 'Commercial Htille-
a doc ,i i i.clM' UMei" institute
a ilecidod bit in inagu. nu liUtntttir.t " A
other of these delightful STm a ."-
Cr.i? 110 i'1!"1 mi,"l'ur r 'Se ib noTs
Monthly, which will bo for sale u ,11
bookscllorsnnd newsdealers. SJ no n. v,. i
aSets. a number. -"unjiar,
FEE3H BLUE XilCJC
orNnleby ilivUlnnw Itolllf or fiulloii
UStExtra Fine Cologne;
efiyGENuiNE Imported Extracts;
6THair, Tooth and Nail Urushes
"I.vdia Rubber Nursery Goo
71. FALL WINTER.
KISIIINO KOR FOOLS.
From tlm I'hlU'iHpInu Hlnrl
A gentleman of this city yesterday re
ceived a lithographed clretilur, olluring for
shIo counterfeit monoy, in sums of $1,000
to :1 0,000, lit thn rate of 75 for $1,000.
und lets. Tho circular said i "Always
address by express, Sidney Messenger,
care of llroadway and John streets, Nuw
York city. For my Integrity 1 refer to
the Masonic fraternity, of which I um an
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Full Line or Colors,
our A0 IS OtL
I'alut Brushes, Linseed Oil,
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S T IS I P E S,
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CORNER 8tH BT., AND COMMERCIAL-A V.,
Til K CITY NATIONAL
CAIKO I I.I.I M IN.
W. P. JIALIjIIiAY, Preslden
II UNItr L. IIAI.I.IDAY, Vice Pr enli
A. II. MAHKOHI, Cashier i
WALT FA HYSLOP, Assistant Cavhter,
Staats Tatlob, itnaiav II. Ccnmkohav,
llr.SKV I,. llALLIDtV, . C. MALLIDAT,
I to. II. Williamson, htni'iita man
A li, Arionn.
KxchnnitP, Coin nntl Dulled Nlitlea
llond lloiiKlit MliU Hold.
DKI'OSITS received, and
a general batiklns
MUST NATIONAL BANK
OK OA I HO.
UAMCI. IIUIII), Prrsldenti
ROBERT W. MILLER. Vice-President
C. N. IllmilES, Ca.hlor.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
I.XCIIA.NflK, coin, hank notes and Unilei!
I J states tecurlllea bought ami solii,
I it tc ret I Allourtl mi Time HepoatlN
ilJ.,! ,U I0,,,J!: "'''dutilM, low nls
!!." -d V ri "". ' oliiulry rnilaxfon.
'"'","""'". Nieriuiilorrliuit, lorn, ol
power dly li,Bd, Iomh ol niVmory.
ellllH, nntl a lovcrelKii fiirtt in limn.
I weiily-rlKlit, Cum po.nd n tr.e iii.jM valua
b:e mild and iiiitent uiiratives tnoy id line a
unde at the rools of is.b m ill. i tone im t n vi
liavni'i'? T""" "l''ntuo man. They
havo cured t hoinands nfea e. Price. S3 ikii
packjKe.of tiveboie. and alafee vlal,Vh ch
very important tu obslinnto or old case., or i
perahiKl. bnx, Bold by all druUlsH, a.ii ten
by mallontjceip: ol prite. adiri llu.njhrey
Hpecltic llomtoputhic Medlcla Jo., Aiii Broad
auKlMuowawly Altai, OAiro, lllinoj
(OJI.UINMO. SMIUMMI .lllll...
0. D. WILLLUlfeUN.
GO.MM I33IO.V M ERCH AaT ,
No. 7(1 Olilo Levee,
O A 1 11 O, I j Tj I M C 1 P.
Special attention ,i..n i
ENTERPRISE S AVI NG S
Cbnrterctl Mnrch 31, 1HSU.
CITY NATIOKAI, HANK, CAIRO
A. n.SlFFORI), President;
S. S. TAYLOR. VIce-Frr.ldentS
V. IIYSLOP, tkeretarr ami Treasurer.
P. W. IlA aCLAT,
F. M. Stock rut it,
R M. CeasouiiAM,
J, M, PuiLLirs
CHARLES ,M. HOWE & CO.
No. 64 Ohio Lovce,
II. M. IIULEN,
Ami Dealer Foreign Fruits und Nuti
No. 134 CoAnmercinl-avc.,
CLOSE k VIIN'CENT.
DHALBES X2T LIMA
Cement, Plaster Pabu,
Corner Kltjlilh Nlreel nnd Ohio 1t
I'ACL (I. bCVVH,
W. P. llALLIDAV,
IPioIIm ol nny Amount lie clvcd Irom
Ten S nl L'iwnrd.
I NTKKEiT paid on deposit at the rate ot tu
1. percent, per annum, March Island hVptein
ter In. Inlere.t not withdrawn Is Mlded Inline
dlately title principal of the deioiiti, thereby
tcmoK tueui compouno interest.
MAhRtED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAT
O THAT HO OM KL.K CAN tllAW IT,
Open pifft tusineis dar from V a.m. to 3 p.tn.
and Saturday evening tor HAVING DEPOSITS
only, irom o 10 s o ciock.
aii'Jutl W. IITHLOP, Treasurer.
GOLD I G LI) 11 GOLD I II
will force the beard or monstaehe to srow
thick and heavy, on the smoothest face, or hair
nu the iiaiiiosi nevi, in iay, or money renin..
il.il. This erenaratlon has been before the nub
lie fur oier thirteen yenrs. and thousand, ol
voiunttrr testltnoniiU can l.e shown of Ms iner
Us. HnH by mad, po.l.paid, with dlreetlonA in
fid! lor its use, tor M cent a packegc ; lhrt for
No. 'M Pine street, at. Louis, M
I in I m
LOUIS J O R G E N S E N ,
Dealer is all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Fnrtnrr'tt Turd nnd Nlnbliu
(''r. Wasliington-av.'and Twentieth-st
DUNBAR'S WONDERFUL DIS
it r. t ii i: h n a
MINERAL SPRING WA
Ol WmikeNlin, Wlnconsiln.
OltnoH let god cure of Bnuhfa Illsea-e, Diabetes
J.opsy.all allactlons ol Kidney, Bladder and
tJtlHry orxaas, also Liver troubles. H. I. Chase,
Rflirtf.lllttl'f.n r.f I, a Unit... I UI..... 1 1 .'
. v.. , ; . . vMMV ."lulCBi irFtuitMi it
health by its Use, In six weeks.
J,' W. Wlllia. (.eneral aifent lor Ihe Btate ot Ills
aols. Wholesale nnd Ketail Hupply Depot, 73(1
nnuasri Avenue, t.iucaKo, Illinois. All orders by
ma I oromnt v nOn, .,1 ,,, unn.i rn. ..i .... .. '
I .... UIIVIHU)
WOOD I WOOD 1 1 WOOD 1 1
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An I'lifiip,!! not Clienirr
han any wood dealer In Cairo, Leave orders
n the slates at the Postoftioe ami at Boas' coal
yard, ou Commercial aeiiue, between Tenth and
twolfth streets. Cairo, Illinois. I give oood
measure and will cord tho wood up if desired.
auai"-!I DENNIS HALEY.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY
l Cures colic and griping -J I'rlee,
J In tho bowels, and fa. I 25
a me process of Ci
en convulsions I'
ercomea all dla
incldent to in- '('
Mrs. I Subduea c o n v nluitnu
Wlliruujiii'H 1 anu jvercomea
Srruu. 1 eases incident
- - 1 . .....
IAOIM All., I'lillilron
Cures diarrhea, dinn. 1 ,f,''
tery andBUmtnercoiii- J. ,.
plaint In chlldi en ol all f Cents.
...... . ....i,.i... Hoolhtna
Ills ina ureal iniant anu ""ltz . nb
Ilemo 'y in all duordera brouaht on by leetiong
orauy oiher cause. Prepared I by me
'oilArTON MEDIClNBCO., bt. Louis. Mo,
-MILLER k PARKER,
FORWARDING M EISCHANTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS kor FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
'o. Ol OHIO I.EVKE,
t Sul SI,., AIKO.ILL
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO..
tHucces.ors to E. B. Hendricks k Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
ilSLIberal Advanret rrr
Are prepared to receive, store anc crward
freights lo all points and buy anil
tell on commission,
EBusiness attended lo promptly
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
STRATTON & BIRD.
(Successors toHtratton, Hudson A Cltrk.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illiaois
JOHN B. PIIILLIS& SON,
(Successors to Jno.il. Phlllls.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTII-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
D. Z.MATIIUSS. E. C. UHL
MATHUSS & TJHL,
FOE. "W A.BDI NO
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
putty, Deuslae, OsmIIh,
And the. celebrated illuminating
IlltOss' BUILDINQ, COR. llTIf-ST. k COM
Cairo, J,- - Iixinom.