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MAI II a).
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1889
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. . HArruKU. President.
H, 8. TAYLOR. Vice I'realdent.
,W. IIYHl.ol', See'r eudTrraaurer.
W, llARCI.AV, (.'HAH. (lAMUIIIR,
, M, HTCK'KrLtTII, I'AI Lll Ml III II,
, II. CUNNINIIIUH. II I,, llALLIUAY,
J, M. l'lULUIS.
INTEREST paid nn denaits at the rule of all
percent tier annum, March lat and Maidem
'Jer Ut, Interest not withdrawn la added timne
iiaiciy io me principal oi uie ilrposlt., thereby
Jiving tlirm compound lutereal.
Married Women and Children may
iupttui muugjr sua no onu
olio pan draw it.
Onen everr builneaailar rromnu ni. in.i m.
J Hatiirday evenings fur savings trioiU only
rom U Inn ,,'rltwk. " '
W. HYaXOP, Treasurer.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
W. r. IIAI.I.IDA Y, ITesldent.
IIKNKY I.. HALLIDAY, Vice I'rest
A II HArruKU, CAsbler
WALTER I1YSL0P, Ass'l Caablar.
. Staats TAYtoa,
II' ti. IUludat,
C, D, WlLUAMSOX.
It. II. CCH INMIAM,
W. 1. II IL1UAT,
Exchango, Coin and Unitod States
jfonaa uougnt ana rsoia.
DEPOSITS received emTa general banking
Stir. Vice I'rea't.
II. Wella. Cashier.
T. J. Kerth. Anal, nili'r
MM C0UIT7 SUB,
Oomor Commercial Asre. and 8th Street,
V. Ilrnss, Cairo. Wm. Kluge, Cairo.
1. Neff. Calm. Win Wnl7e. Cltu.
A. Susanka, Cairo. It 1.. llllllngiley, ( Louis.
i. iiuurr, lairo. ii. neua, i.airo.
Y II. Ilrlnkman, M. Loula,
A Ueurial Rauklnr Bualaeaa nana.
t3"F.xebange .old and bought Interest lld
in ine .-awngs itrparilnrni. l.iilliruona nuiie,
ami an tMisipeaa promptly aiierniei ui
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Kor ary one Itevlew,
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ror aiy two iiaviewa,
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TUB LEONARD SCOTT l'UBL'NQ CO.
41 Barclay Street. Mew York
BBBBBBBBBl B jaBB k M BBM W ABW
Ml moat poalttrely cure any case ofrluuma
tlaitr rbcumatle ((out, no matter bow long
KtaruK. on tlielace ortherarth. llflnK on In
wari.illcatlon It dca the work quickly, tbor
oiutr and iwrnianvntly, leaving tlie ayatem
atro and hralthy Write to any prominent
iiera In u aahlnicton City, and yon will learn
thate above atatement la true in every partic
ular CONDENSED CERTIFICATES.
,.wlR!on, P. C. Dectmltcr 3, 167.
UcnU kerr eheerlully alatc Hint I iwcil Du
raiiK'a nciiuitio lliimtly with dH'iditl lieuetlt,
A. II. hTKI'IIENH,
. . Vaalilngtoii. I). C, Aurll 23, IMS.
Meaarielnhrnatine A llenllcy:
(.ent httr Iliu ul aeven veara mv wtft Iiaa
Ih-i'ii aeat auflVr from rlieunmtlain, berdiiora
lulliui vlve Iter relief, she uaed
nuruii luieumatlo Remedy, and a permanent
rurevthereaut. WM. 11. VROOK,
xccuuve Clerk to l'realdek. (irunt. "
In 'r'l'f- five hours, my rheumatlam
was K, l aTlliK taken three doses oMIuraiiK's
Rheurio Remedy. Mr brother. J. U. Cesana,
or Herd, Vu was cured b a siniilar amount!
Member of Connriaa of lla.
I'rio dollar n Inttle, or six tiottiea for rive
dollar Aak your drag-gist for Durang's ltlieu
Cl.l'ilK.NriK ft UKNTT.EY.
' ' lUMlaa and CheinliU,
HO sale li 'Chliol' k Van Schaaek
Htevcr, a Reli1,-ana Lord Smith Co.
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OXVYANCUS, NOTARIES PUBUO
Lend Asrenta of the Illlnola Central and
.nuriuiKion ana tauwey ti. .
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Woaa nirrd, ami
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k)or Turoat (TrOulmr
..uiiiimuu. iiiuh iivi .
More or Inflamed Ejra or
I Uiarrhca. Driantrrv.
More Nlpplra, Inflmn.d
Painful or too rrofuae
Milk lr. Orarian Dla
rajia and Turtidra.
Ckaanca and Excorla
uiaTri anu smuranr.
uona or inranta, or
Varlroae Vclaa, En
lara-cd or fnflameil Vln
L'lrrra, Old Horea, Inter
olla. Carbunclra, Tu
mor.. Hot Hwrlllnp..
t'orua and llunlona, thai
m! or Hnm 1mi.
I'kaHnn.Ilarneaa or Sad-
felon or Whitlow, Froat
d I.lmba or 1'arta.
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nunga, t,iiaija nana..
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?IJLIC& A',rel'eje on Nluth Street, be
tween Washington avenue ami Waluut St.
!je laif 0
Ottca, aullsrtln, Hu.114.lnr, Coxnar Tnrlt- (Street mi
Ilia War on
IS. X. Herald Wa.hinKton Correapotidence.)
The following fuller and more exact de
tails ol the great senatorial explosion bare
tranvplrcil: The illisflectloti of Senator
Uruee, which resulted in the llare-up at the
oxeriltlvo acsxlon of the Senate laat ovi.4
nlng, is not a mutter or sudden emotion'
Bruce baa been on the ragged edge (or sev
eral months and this recent outburst,
which is taming much excitement and
anxiety in nnmlulstratiou circlet, is only
the outcome ol a detlnniiiatluu to utL'C a
nitiarct.iuc on the color line. Tho con
servative feeling which lin ebuctriz3tl
the Senate concerning the 1'ilichback rate
has culminated in Bruce taking a bold and
aggressive stand In regard to the right of
tho colored people or f lie South, Senator
llliicehai always been considered as an
Indolent rather than an active .representa
tive or his confluents, and, at time, has
seemed to be a mere spectator or tbe po
litical upheavals in the South. The honor
and dignity ol hit oflko appeared to have
mere attractions ror him than the glory
which he might achieve by making any
real effort in behalf or bis race.
About the beginning or tbe holidays
James Hill, tho colored secretary or State
orMlislailppi, came to Washington to en
ter complaint aguintt tho Ames ailmlnl
tratlon. Hill was formerly a mechanic in
the machine Miopi or the New Orleans, St
Louis anil Chicago railroad, at Holly
Springs, Mits., and he has reached a posit-
tlon from which he controls the entire
colored vote of thatStatc. It was through
his Influence that Bruce gained hit aeat in
Hie Senate ot tho United States, and Hill,
being the smarter or the two, Brucc'a ac
tions have been and are entirely governed
by him. Hill's name was crowded on the
Republican ticket for representative to
Congress against the wishes of the nomln-
atiating convention ol the Jackson district
Ills opponent on the same ticket, 31. C
.Sbaughncs.'y, Internal revenue collector.
Is a white man, and was really much more
popular. He controlled the Irish vote and
was a resident of the district. Hill was a
resident ol Wells district, and was not en"
titled to represent the district he did. Hill's
defeat and the deep aversion whlth ws
manifested toward him by the Ames party
soured him, and be started for Washington,
vowing vengeance on tbe whole Ames
clique. Ho stopped at Krcd DottglaV rcs
Idence here, on Cspitol Hill, and ror three
day. he never left the house. Douglas was
to turc that he would be elected that he
had titled up a suit of rooms adjoining
unice s lor mm, anu ne wan ini warmest
friend. Hill U tbe real catife or the recent
and startling manifesto by Bruce, in the
Mot loss than fifteen; of Ames' strongest
and most partlian retainers have been here
a month, mollifying Bruce and trying to
divert la I id from making any exhibition
ol temper that would bring disrepute on
the carpet-bag government in the South.
But as Bruce had paid mora than one-half
or the campaingn cxrcnici necessary to
the success or the Ames dynatty, and at be
had been in a measure betrayod by them,
he paid little attention to the promises
which tbey had made. He was possessed or
fortune amounting to home 9200,000,
which had been acquired while Micrtfl and
tax collector of Bolivar county. These
Ircqucnt Importunities had exhausted the
A pcraon who professes to know the mo
tives of Brucc's conduct throughout
this time says that Bruce now believes what
be stated in the Senate, viz: That Grant was
playing two parts, one to the whites who
cared nothing for tho negro, and another
to the nogroe themselves, whom be pro
fessed tc admire and respect. Tho same in
formant proceeded in further explanation,
Bruce, he said, had been given to under
stand by tho president that the latter was a
candidate lor tho third teim, and that bo
expected to receive the entire support ol
the colored people in the South. Previous
to this they bad given him to understand
that no other candidate should have their
votes, John B. Raymond, who also wanted
the Vieksburg po-t-ofllce, Is Ames' fugle
man. He camo on hereto tight Pease and
get the office. It Is said tbut Bruce told
the pretldcnt that he (Grant) cared moro
for lilt ownlntorcst thtu he did for tho col
ore J people, and that the presldont listened
ijutotly, and finally said that be should pur
sue his own courso and bo dictated to by
no one; whereupon tho hot African blood
rushed into tho colored senator's face, and
he aid to the president, with deepen pas
sion: "Very well; you don yon please and I
will do us 1 please ;" und then be hastily
Tiik huge, drastic, griping, slckeninc
ills, constructed ol crude, coarse and
bulky Ingredients, aro fast being super
seded by Dr. Picrca'd Pleasant Purgative
diets, or Siigar-Coatcd, Concentrated
Hoot and Herbal Juice, Antl-lllllloiis a ran-ules-the
"Little Hlanf' Cathartic or Mili
tant in Parvo physic, Modern chemical
science enables Dr. Plerco to extract Iroin
tboJiilecH of tho most valuable roots and
herbs tholr actlvo medicinal principles,
which, when worked Into little pellets or
granules, icurcoly larger than mustard
seed,rondcrs;oacli little pellet as active and
powerful as a largo pill, whllo they aro
much moro palatablo and pleasant lu
D.H. lllA A, TlfAYKIt, ol Baeonabllrx'.
Ohio, writes : "I regard your Pellets as tho
best remedy lor tbe conditions for which
ou prescribe them of anything I have over
used, so mild and cortuln In olivet, and
leaving the bowels in an oxceltont condit
ion, it seems to mo tboymust take tho
plnco of all other calhai tlu pills and med-
Lyon & Macombkk, druggists, Ver
million, D. T., say i "Wo think they are
going to tell llko hoi cakes ns soon as tho
people get acquainted with them and will
spoil tho pill trade, ns those that have
tuod them like them milch bctlrr than large
i a 1 -
Ill nnswiT to lniiilrleK made concern
Inu tins matter, the Churchman explains
whv Kustir will full this year on thu lOtli
rather than on tho tult of April, by ,.iy
Injr that Faster day U rTRtilnieil not by n
solar but by n lunar cycle tlio cycle, that
regulates tlio (iolden Number. Now, by
n solar calculation a daynlwnys licgltn at
midnight, but by lunar calculation It bt
Kins at noon. If, therefore, tin; Pnscbal
full moon fills on a Saturday nflir
12 tuM It Is counted ns falling on
Sunday ; nud then Hotter tlay Is under
the rnlulii tbe prayer book, the .Sunday
following, 'ibis Is what happens lu the
prvKcnt year. Tho Pnchal lull moon
fnlla on Hotnrday, April !, and Kastrr
day Is thu Sunday following, i. c, April
10. It may be added that Miould the
full moon fall on March 21 before til m,,
(hat full moon (counted as fallliij ou
March 20) would not regulate Kastcr
day, but the one following. This hap-
l'IIU'l III IOIV
AN AGENT M wa"11"1 '" vt r
-c-sa-ix-s. j colllr f(ir ynni
Leslie's Newspapers and Musailnes, Hie oldest
established Illuslmlid I'nlcHlicals In America,
eliey are now first offered to canvassers, who
will, If Ihey secure an agency ami ccliislc ter
rltory. lwtnablcd to Introduce feventi-en first
class illustrated I'crlodlcrl., suited tons many
distinct tateaor wants, ami, with tln-cliolce
from eight new and beautiful chroino.s, kUcii
free of cost to well riiiiiii.il lubscrlUr, I en
able.1 tc secure urn- or more ub.crlptlona In
Very famll y In their district. To skillful can
vassers this will 6fCiirecrrnanntem,VjyiiH'ut,
and the nnewalscach year will be a source o
arty and assured munuc. SlMclmcn taiiers
and moat liberal enns Bent to all applicants who
Iname the territory they desire to canvass. Ad
dress, Agency Department, Frank Lcillc a
I'nbllshlng House, M7 Pearl Street, New York.
11 uuil-iirico, Ills., Jan. 15, 1p76.
are now lllinlnir ll erv sunerlnr nrttrlo
t coal lrt from all Iniiiurities, especially
r uuti iiuueriiuiii use Keiiemuy ,
It delltfr In rnlrri. mi llm f in. I
t inceunea irucs: uy iii ear load orS") busluls
at nine (a) centa er bushel, or two dollars and
twcnty-llie centa (tJ M) ir ton.
We also have a very superior article of Nut
vun, ""itii we iii ncmcr on truck nt aixti-en
(Ii.) dollars jier car : bushels. Parties not
wishing u car load will call iiion K. M Wind on
Eighth street, between Commercial und Wash
ington uvenuca, and lie suiipliedut ivusonnlilc
trellis. Mr. Vfanl will also delUer llilacoulto
" pari oi me city ui ai ui iercur load, mak
thf. coal coitaljoutt.'M iicrton. All the coal
usel tiy llivCand V, II. it. la supplied from
uuriniiiea,nnu 11 uaa no sujienor In tnc market
Address all orders for coal to
Ja. A. Vitll eft Co.,
tJ-E.M. Ward, Kj., baa teams and will dc
Her thla coal nt :i Ml per cur. lOi-dtf.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers ia
Foreign and IDomestio
WIMES OF Alafa KIN IIN.
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
"kTESSR?. SMYTH A TO I.t. rnml.nll.
O.Y1. a Urn Htitc.k nf On. luuj ....... I. In llm
ket, and give ieclal attention to I he bulvaal
rwnni in ino inisuieaa.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Waahlnirton and Commercial
Avenuea, adJoinlnK Hanny'a.
KEEPS for aale the best Reef, Tork, Mutton
Veal, Ijiinb, Sausage, Ac. and ia pre
iriiui u -it ye lauuuea in an acceoiauie manuer
iar atusriaa. boilsi. nnauV
lONa, ouTaaayiajia. ohil.
"f koaaa, Bonaa, ato.
WMMVTfiaa bh aas vaaa a. vuai arrantirM
uaareiu iiciiuimi, lriftre4bi
n f OAIBO, ILLS.
Tho great Nerve Coniiiror, cure Kplleptle Kits,
Convulslone, Hiasins, St. Vitus Ham, and nil
Nervous Ulaeaaeai the only known positive rem
edy tor Eplleiitlo t'lta. It hua been testnl by
thousands und luu never Isven known to fall luii
single ease, Trial puckagc free. Enclose stamp
for circulars glv.ng evidence or cures.
, Aildrvs(, Jill. 8. A. UICUMONIJ.
10 ll dly box 711, St. Joseph, Mo.
K'liit aljunb fiw einildenUTl circular, ol gnat value.
Dr. U. U ilAiUl, ii K. Wash. tit. tnUuiUa, lud.
a - sw sa, n ar r w w W w swa-w sa ,
tmi THE CAIRO
JPV I lending J(Jjjjnaj Southern
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAFE8T W4 OON MAK
UFACTUEED iAifUPACTOBY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Vciirth Stroot
W ago Maker,
SIXTH STREET, Botwcon oniO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures hla own Horeo Shoes nnd
can Assuro Oood Work.
n PATRONAGE SOLICITED
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Ordora for Coal bv tho cnr-lond.
Son, or in boRBboadH, for sliipmont,
srompiiy auonaca to.
ttiy"To lnrco consumorfl and all
-annufaoturorR, wo aro pronarod
to supply any quantity, by tho
aionth or yoar, at uniform rutOH.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
KJ-IInllldny Urn, b onice, No, 70 Ohio I.cveo.
O-lIniriday llro.'a siliiirfbont.
i-At Kgyplluu Mill-, or
tJ'At tho Coal Dump, foot of Tulity.Kight
Impost Odlce Oniwcr. .W0.
D, Am, Cairn,
II. IC. Akim Chlcjigo
Zi. D. Akin c& Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
105 Commercial Avenue, - OAIBO, ILLS.
t3Thnto favoring us with their patronage
sn IT II ml n complete line of goods from which to
n led, nt bottom prices. lo-u-wly.
137Oreat Medical Book
and tfecreta for Ladies and Uculs. Hcut tree for
two stumps. Address,
VI. .instru AUSDIUAI.1NIS1HU.TK
- UH DTTT t niiiiiT
17, 1870. - NO. ' HH DUliliKT N
frOfifl Tsinfilrct l.verybrsly mtils ono
,uuuu ouuiva.r ,. untie roiiow-
Ini.- cheapnnd really valuali'v soIiiiiics, sent pre
paid for price named. Ilunter'stiiililennd Trap
pers Companion, nil nliout luintlng, tnipplni;,
ll.hlng, rulslng milk, Ac, Ac tii imgra only
relinlilu wmk, only -.' eta. Tricks and Imps of
America, u ebiiiplele exm-e of the doings of
every swindler, tmck, 'and humbug In Ameri
ca. .Viiir l(i pp.. c.onnlns Hit cr bnndrwla of
swill. Hits. It will "iot you" mid save you
cash, only 5.1 eta. 'Hie Vcntrllouis'a (iulde, or
liow to learn seiitrllootilsiii. Full Inntnii-tlntiu.
e.ainilca, oiiecilote.s, also how to miike the
Wlil.llu to imitate all blnla nud beasts, onlv a
cents. Artortrulnlugund biuaking horses, al
so the complete, horse doctor. A large iictaro
ihioK, ami the best ever IsMicd, m-.ir ll"i pit.,
eury tanner needs It, only 'ii cents. Art nud
etlipullu of mnklng loe. All about It, bow to
''pop ' mill cicrjlliinir else. l"pp. onlyllocts.
MasV. Made llusy. llow to do nil tricks In lcil
genlenueln, W.t Ihiv. on sutiject, only 'JO ceida
SeciX'ts of tin e If, pp. i leitant cbromo cover only
M cents. Any buuk sent iresnin lecelpt oflivire.
Culalngucs tree. Adrtresa all older, til the old
laubllahcd hotiu-of 1ILNTER itCO.,lllndalc,
; Ihose kewrious, hweer, Kwalut, Koinlc,
hhiatlo Rubber I'ncea. Kiich one III niiike Iw
dllTeient faces, nul oh.aoriiiiuv I (iiciilcat thing
eserniadu Ju.t the thing for lio!lilny?. One
will convulse u whole town. 7 kinds i imlkil
lur fur only M cents each, b for l. Send Tor
one and "laugh nud grow fat." Wonderful
Magic ringer I A mystery Indeed 1 You can
stick It through hat anil jet mske no hole I 1 l is
tlVIM olllb.r of Oil' (li'n ml Cir It hii.I li.,,.
I U.N EuREVERI (Inly cents, .'.for l.
l.'anla ot courtship, line nuking curds, fortune
telling ciinls, t kinds, cncli In neat case. 'I lies o
nre me hut c.uilseer iualcniid esery young
Persona nuds Hum to enjoy tliesu long een
lugs centa per imck, .1 for 7S cents, fiend
for llicmiiud hate llm vtilh lliedra I 'llic Utile
inn or lunguage ui loe, ui inuc Willi the
gins, uuiy icenis. All aiiout rnmtlng, cuic
lor hue, Ac. Only la cents, l.otir'a tilegnipli.
-Nmlnl by eeiy lover. Only ai cents All
iiuoienie elegantly llliuulimlid. bent tut-for
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SPECIAL attantteB given to couiguncntl I
filling ordna .
WIUttcadfaBtly orposo tbe pollclet ol th
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fulfilled its mission, and that the Demo
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stored to power.
It believes tho Radical tyranny that bt
Tor several years oppressed tbe Souti
should be overthrown and the people cl tbe
Southern States permitted to control their
it bclloves that railroad corporation
should be prohibited by legislative e cacti
mcnts from extorting and unjustly discrim
inating In their business transactions with
It recognizes the equality oi all men b
fore the law.
it advocate! free commerce tarlfl lor
It udrocates resumption of specie pay
ment, and honest payment or tho public
It advocatot economy in tho idmlnlttra
tlon ol public attain
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