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Tho Ethnixo Bi-limi is puMlihed every after
noon, t No. 18 Tenth Stroot, (Thornton Wool:), by
Jobn It. Oboriy Co., for circulation by carrier.,
aevwmcn, and the malls.
Tho Wiiklt Huliitin, a largo elglitpo forty col
omn paper, H li-ucd on Thursday, for tho mall, tu J
for aaln at our counter mid by newsdealer.
WSpecimcn copien furnudied rm-r. Addreti,
JOHN II. Olir.ltl.Y A. CO.. Cairn. III.
EGYPT.
A ninat ror Oilrn- Whn It VncA to Ilc.nnd
Whntlt Ia-Trliniitili or rnttriirUo ote'r
Obstacle! nicUcn'a "lUleu" nu Kdeii in
deed. To thf Editor nf tho Chlcapo Evenln Vcn
Did you over visit Southern llliiioiB,
aomotlmcs called "Egypt?" If not, uoino
with me. This beautiful city at tho Junc
tion ol tho Ohio tind Mississippi rivers,
is colled Cnlro. Why It received this
nnmo I cannot tell, unless itwas thought
it might evcntUiilly outllvo In splendor
nnd orlcntnl tnngnlllceneo the ancient
city of tho Nile, nnd become tho depos
itory of nil tho wiHilom of tho modern
Egypt-thecenter ol civilization nnd tho
mother of tho tuts nnd sciences the
grout fouiiluiu of llglitfrom which Hhould
pour rnys of Mich cllulgcnco ns to illumi
nate tho ilnrltiietl undemtandlngs ftlio
bnrbarlniiH of tho New World in the
nineteenth century. Whatever may bo
tho result, there Is not n doubt that foun
ders of thin modern city of tho Faithful
expected their nnmcN to decend to the
Intestates, commemorated to temples,
pyramids and obullsks, us tho model
benefactor!) of this, tho gulvnnlc ago of
the world.
Now whnt do wo sci?j'flioIr fond ex
pectations nro surely though grndtmlly
being renllzed. Tho desert has been
mudo to blossom lll;o tho rose. Long
lines of spacious business houses, elegant
residences nnd beautiful temples dedi
cated to religion and education stretch
across what was oncoonly n marshy lint,
where the wildcat nnd the rattlesnake
(to say nothing of tho copperheads)
fought for tho supremacy; where tho red
man of the forest, hidden beneath its
reeds and fens watched tho approach of
civilization with n Jealousy more cruel
than the Rluu Heard of fable, or tho Sepoy
of India. Where tho birchen bark ot the
tawny abonginles tlottcd the surface of
La Hello Rcvicre or the great Knthor of
Waters, magnltlecnt llnntlng palaces
nnd broad beamed, staunch, trim-built
steamers plow their way, while the green
"Kentucky shore" re-ochoes tho terrible
breathing nud tho shrill whistle of the
steam engine. On this point of land,
for ninny years considered almost ns
deadly as tho shudo of tho Upas, now
ten thousand men, women nud children
basking In tho sunshine of prosperity,
breathe tho pure air of heaven and re
joice In the belief that their homes nro
ns beautiful, their skies ns serene, their
uenrts ns cheerful nud their physical
comforts ns long-lived as under the sunny
climo of Italy, or amid tho white and
Blaring domes of their nuclentuumesaku.
This Is no ltnaKlnary picture Cairo Is
n fixture It Is u solidity It Is k "thing
of beauty," nnd, under the reign of suc
ceeding caliphs and paehits, it mu.st con
tinue a "Joy forever." Progress is writ
ten on its past, and "success," encircled
by n halo of glory, Is blazoned on its fu
ture. Dlllleultles of various Kinds, and
natural obstacles a! most Insurmountable,
Imvo been overcome by patience, endur
ance and skill, and to-day, Mr. Editor,
Cairo, notwithstanding tho hard names
that have been ijlvcii It and the reproach
es cust upon it, hiatal forth as a mouu
ment of skill and industry, unit as the
ehlffclty of "Ksrvpt" proper, the pride of
Its poopie. In education, religion, arts,
sciences, and manufactures, It is making
tftrldcu, uud fifty Yt'iirs hence will have
become the finest city in tho Mississippi
valley, the centro of commerce, and tho
worthy nnd proud successor of the Ori
ental "Magnificent."
Twenty-seven years ngo u bloated,
nunst-proud, nrlstccratlc Englishman
honored (?) this country with his pros
ence, nnd on his return gavo to tho world
IiIb Impressions of our people in "Amer
ican t s" nnd "Martin C'huzzlcwitt.'
Tho iituno "Eden" given to embryo
Cairo In tho latter work was doubt less
Intended ns Irony, but If on his return
in 1607 ho had deigned to set his dainty
foot within tho charmed precincts ren
dered somewhat notorious by his "free
and easy" pen he might have discover
ed that tho former subject of his mirth
had grown to bo verily nu Eden in
beauty.
Hero, during tho Into rebellion, tho
bravest, tho wisest nnd best mot, to con
cert measures for lla overthrow. Here
tho more brilliant and popular military
leaders that tho war developed made
their debit' in tho organization of Jnrgo
forces and In the accumulation of war
material. Urant, Hhcrman, McCJelJan,
Halleck, Fremont. Logan, Pope, Foote,
and n host of other heroes might be
mentioned who made Cairo their mili
tary headuuartrs. From this point
nearly vory Important oxpiidltlon In tho
Mississippi valley was fitted out. Strong
ly fortified, it remained u military camp
until the closo of tho war. Its popula
tion varied during these terrible years
rom twenty to tlfty thousand, to say
nothing of the army nud navy.
But all these scones hnvo passed uway
under the benign race of peace; manu
factures nnd commerce aro Increasing In
prosperity, and this city Is extending its
influence In developing tho resources of
tho Mississippi Valley, for the products
of which It Is growing to bo tho greut
entrenot. Being the half-way house on
the great railway and water lines from
tho lakes of tho North to tho Gulf of tho
.South, and possessing ample room for
expansion, it must become the greatest
commercial point in tho West. Sur
rounded by u country richer In mluerul
resources than any other In the Union,
it must soon become tho metropolis of
tho manufacturing Interests In tho West
As a railroad city, from Iw verv location,
it isfctiro to prove tho greatest centre In
tho Union, Now roads are balnv built,
now Hues are being projected, all to null,
ate from this common centre. Again,
its agrli tilt'iral advantages are pre-oml-nent.
With "Etrypt," the great fruit
region of the New World, on the north
and ettit; Kentucky with its tobacco, on
the south, and Missouri with Its grain,
tobuuoo and stock on tho west, the time
is coming when Its elevators, Jts depots
and cattle y .rl will Jiu its wharves
nud occupy its ( ut lots.
Ami I lu Uy its position will command
tho uttemhvi of Mir legislators jn tJto fu
turo us thi most ftwlble location for tho
National Capital on lis r r.iova. jj,
tho 1 1 v( t jvn point o' t'i in i n rr i uvo
ellglbloof nny for the future location of
our great political centro.
Thus, Mr. Editor, it is easily to be neon
that those who speak deriflvoly or Cairo
nnd its surroundings do not know what
they aro talking about do not under
stand ite present nnd prospective glory.
Having thus given your readers an in
troduction to "Egypt's" chief city, I will
tnko nlensuro in contnulnc tho tour
through this part of Illinois whon oppor
DRUGS,
B
AKOLAY BROTHERS
Ohio l.cvtt,
N. : i
toft ft
"".TS AND C
CAIRO,
- ILLINOIS.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
TMlKXtJI III.ACKINU-Thera l porfcut rtmh
I; to Harclnya for tho celebrated Fienefi lUnchlng.
It in genuine, Mid Is un sltra-fc;l ivi a hoot and Mioo
poti.h.
JOW IS TIIK 'IIUK-To put your lioncon in
Xy good haw. l'flltitinr. (mil liltrwAJilnif ttif
older of the day. White bend and palnta or nil rn.
nra nr In demand. At tho fiHKKN I.AI1KL Prng
Htoro, on ih Irpo.you run j;f t I'nlnt, Ollp, Vm
iii.lirtniul tho- lutu of nil kihil. Now mi linnd n
full Mock of CollU r Whlto Lend, 1cIm White I.oid,
IxmcSinr Whlto l.rivl; nl.o pnim nriil.h nijilwliilr
rnh tiniKhcs. llnnlnyit' I.h (lt pl.ifc.
Ri:m:mii;it wni:.v fly-tijii: :ri:s
Tlint yntt ran get tho Lightning Kly V. r nt llr
clnyn'. Thpy Iiavo th-ccniiiniiiriiul(, frcch fromiho
f.utnry. It uttrnoto tlo nd hills th-m.
V at Itarclaya'.
pll ILIIKCVN WOltM TAIIT.irrN-liNhlw.
UrK" nnd miuII, lovo thrin, i-ry for them, nnl cm
thciuullli nridlly, nnd nrr ilrkly iclirrrd of worm.
Twruiy-tiv ornts nliox, or, If yon mhIi ihrm rvnthy
mull, rnrlodo thlrty-llvo cents to Llatilny Uio., uud
they trill k iiciityoii jirornptly.
170II HAI.rSllTr8inp, In. t thethlnRto mko
" your h"ilv?nHro hrtuht and new, t'olicnto's mill
the Inde.xicnl nt Ilnrcla)
HAI.I) IIKADS AM JltA.VII.tIHN AT
'rK5TMW -I)o,voii w-nnt nrein-UBlof tho lxau
iifnl head of hair Hint you nnvo iiri'led In f If mi, go
to Unrclny' itml tako )nir eh'ilce of lotornliic
lUrrett, JUII'ii, Tlhl'tlf., ItiimV,,ver', (;heilir'ii,
Wood-', Jayn, Mr. Wlnlow'ii Rnrekn, xml uuv
other yon nmywunt. Including tho Jntnmnnsl.
"lrAMTKD-To llnd the Individual inlir.. ur
t ele here, who him tr'wl Kerr'c iyMnn lUno
valor ttithmit rweirlnit I)IXII)i:i) IIKNKI'IT. Mini)
o oiirleAdliiKritlieiiMhuvoltei lis tirtnex to italic
fiirllnli. Ai IIakIrvi.',
fpitl IT-MudgeV Ameriinn Sheiry Wnus miliku
1. other wine, h laxative In III v!foet. ItH n
UuHiititiwl rlililouiu fureintlvene-. Tnlm ti
il lUrrUjr '.
1)1 VT ATIO.V Illfri:-A ni.rir mui-ii-1
ilr forl;irUur uut! nti unequallixt hrnee for
the hnulderi 1 thraran "ii'pnder; hnw. ir nt'
at icaurr.
Q1Vi:i:r lt;f.MNf;-rht genuine art i. do 10 U
ii hml lUrclajV. cjiilnltm li-rofnuii hltlertii1', ami
yetrontAlningnll thevirtuexnf roiniunn iiiiiiin.
ii'iiro.s roiiAccu AvrinoTK-TboM
jj 'in., mum 10 i" ' riiewinu loitfw-fu (AJiIiiiH j. ur
'lie in "ioii'' of r.nrt")ll'K Anti.lo'e. (.ifl. at.. I
tr ic. Sewliifiy rent lo IWirrliiv Prolheri, firn,
ti . I '.!. wiilM'iiil j'miiV'i byiiwiil.
l INKS'. WIIISKIKM AMI HItAXIlic..
1 l'r Mediral utr, I'ulifuinlaaud iiiilutil
itml lrjtMlic. nnd the he- urtlrln i f Jioiitlmn.
Itar Ih)'.
t AltATOUA Mltl.fJ.S-Wliy iro t eAratoi
M nd -ieii'l titr to iH il. ll.ii. h tliiv, vhu r.aht
lini at home y-iiiean drink the flf.-xino uutnr, Try
1 .ml lively at 11 curclen ffe.li Iruttnhe rermr.
h' Hiir.'lav' Iini Store, on th-l.eyri ?
I Altnr.N Ki:i:ilH-i:ul vrxlnl-ti-s t y.,u .mo
VX KroHini; I..... nu tunc m KMttiug tonrix'etix. (TU
lo llmi luyi.' for fimilen lv.eil, rl and kjIiihI. They
ti hp h full line f liidrethV, nnd tlir Mnlr ml,
from Mouth 1'nion. Kr.
I tII'K, ATTII.Vrin.V -ir wmiiii pirkand
.1 t ii.ti, ut the nieeit lot n( f)n Mia n iii (awn 1 If
U-Mlll fllU I'l'.klftlM f..A...t..r t..,..r
. - " " " " , (niwiM. ' " , ....,
Water, cr other ti.llrt water I if yonrant an)tli'ng lo
the way f Conn, tun, I'limh r" nr IVrlimi.. (? t
nan iu)f-
TATEmniTinNOiB;
O Al.KXANDKH C'OUNTV, KS:
In Ihel'lrruil Court of Aloxander County -'er.icinbrr
Turin, lbOU.
.Mr Ji.iidi r Milford, )
X , -In Chanter, liul foi Involve.
Mmena Milford. J
Atliilatitof tho iion-reniili'ni o of Mlncrm Jlllford,
the alioe nnuieil ilvrendant, Iiuvihk heen tiled n tiio
cterk'a otllc of lliu ircint oourt ufanl ennntr.nn
tieo in tbcrtforo hereliy atvon to ali Minrrvn Milfonl
that tho roiii).lAliiaiit lllvd lil hill (if eomiilaltit in
Id court on tho I'liHiiccry Mile tlivrrof 1111 the lotli
day of July, lew, and that thert-UHii a hiiinmoin
Ucued out of xaul oourt returnatlo ui IIioI.hv ilir.H l.
Now nnles, jiiii, tho mid Mlmrta Milfo d, )mll i.i.r
koiially bo and appear Itefore tho cri.'iilt court of Vaul
countv on the Ifrnt day of tho nent term thereof, to
ho holdouat Ihurourt home in the eit) of Cairo, In
Mid county, on (ho third Monday of fc'eiikmbor next,
and plead, antwcrordeiniirto tint h.ild vomplaiiuuit'a
hill of i-din.liiiiit, tho aamo nnd the muttera and
tlnnirt therein chared and Mat m I uill b taken aa
coiitok. il, and n iIiktci. entered nujimit 5011 iicoord
niK lo lliu prayer of aul lull. '
...ro. III.. Jly 1I,,h.VHS
V. K. Allirlght tilalntiH'aattfiniey. f IvHwlw
STOVES. TINWARE, ETC.
AHAMJiY'S CHART KH OAK
STOVE STORK
M
t'ttppiT, Tin ami Sheet Iron
,vo. iitii u'Asmxarox AVK.WK,
(Alow the Market llin...)
Hooting, tiutlerin, !i.oiitliii and --ItiiilKmt Work
dune iiiu neat and -ullHiitlul manner, at Wiortuo.
"" doMl'eiif
ilAJIKI
TO UUrAl.N 1TOO TO
HEKUWART, ORTII CO'S
nd piirchae 'he ii a.l.n
Stovo or tlio "Wcmtt
tiood taneiy hi Cookini; aim lieatin Movotal-viiiy-
on luiud, Ainu it rmiiiilHo Hortinent of
Tin vi ui ) , Ilotlow-IVnrc, Aic., div.
Matiuf.ietiireri of Outterlngnml lt.iciinir.
Our motlo ii. Quick Pair nnd Hinail 'rotilb,
wrHaiinfactiont'iuiiantoed in every mtaiK'e.i
dec2l',ndtf
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTNG
RL L THOMAS.
NI(V AM) ORXA.Mf NTIIj PVIXTER,
aiioji Ni
COlYllVHSSIONfAND QWARPjNQ
H
alijdayIbrotiikrs, v
1 .
.if v
. FORWARDIMJ AND ;0MMISS10
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. '
, ' 'Is 5 '
3MC 33 2 O IX ICT V &
70
Gil JO I.KVEE,
70
1-1
Onli'O. IUinoi.
dee2rtdlf
SUMMER RESORTS.
QBITTENDEN SULPHUH
SPXIIN-&S.
t h'ittontloii Coimrv. ly.
only i:k;htv .him:s vim caiko.
ThfMi well known Miring tiro now in cliarir.' of
Mor. II. A. Jldnauil W.IIuelici, who have over-
lialili.il nnd renovate I the bullfitia and tnadn mirfi
other lmiirn('Uiriit at will fnaure the eomfurt of the
invalid nud tha proper .neommodatlon of the per'Oti
of lrlMire.
In a iiKKlirinal o i,' i view the wat'T- are iin'tir
pK4l, i-ilertitif; curf of dernnaed lioweN, rhronlo
diarrhea, dype)ia, general drhihty iind ilienc
of the knl'iey and M. m.ich of the met rvate.l
and alnrtninK chartcttr.
'Mm pioprictora. .1. their .f iilar, My (li.it they
will ue their utmost ertlnn to make them a pleaic
alit and agreeable, rr- it dliriliK the f Uliimcr inouthi,
t tho n eklnf health or reereatien. and no pama
will hr .pjred 10 make giieMaconifortnhle. The
Cairo nntl KviuiKVillc I'licKctx
3P fx w r.t zv o m t o xx
-V.NU
FoialV FoTi-y Daily,
as HACKS will Uiriitiulus from llie iiointt to the
,i. Hprin. Hopim; the jiatrouai;o hitherto beetow
rd, will lie cnnlinued to the rrrent proprietor, lh.y
tiul thev uilllat.l' I) iUr i"atl. faction to lli iiI.h'
ft. I. MII.IW A V. HUC.H1W, Proprietors.
leldSm
MILLIN ER .
M
R.S. ADDIH RUCK,
t(i)iiiiiiP-l(.t eteniie IMttei II Ninth ami Tvlil li ttrea
In tl 4iildlni; f.imir'r rrnpl !y . ) IVmrwIl.
nannr lurt-e and deal- m
ICitlr unci irilliiiry CimmU.
Ke ! 11 pl-ll(li! Variety .,f , ei I. nd .1 Ha'i, Hod
nnd Maniilaotiires on hott notin,
Cnrla.hw-llrlK'M, VVHlrli nttnriU, l nr ftliic",
llrafeli'ti nml llnlr JrwHry t.Ciu-rolly.
UhIic ina hale the rodiliini:' of their iialr iiiaiiu
la. Inn-1 in am M.. deired.
flin lotof'Mlllitmrv f.onl. aloon hand. tanUltf
UNDERTAKER.
N
JCHOIiAS PJKITH,
I
'r. Kiev vulli nml n'urliliiKtiiii lviin
Kumoii hand llir .'..l.'l.rHted I iaiio.1 llr(. tuid
1U) tnond' metailio hiirttl ' in".
Alio, I.Uek velit, waltmt or taliid ".tlln made In
urUer. at t ryltiwpri.M.
Mr, J'elth perform" hiom Hurl, I.eiUKa
eoffin innker. ami ( therefore able lo lU-h(aMirtiUn
am l -h el-e. tiiir.Rm
CONFECTIONERIES.
K. McKIMM,
.i.
f!Aiu:i .viv fOAi'turrsoMac.
l)omiiieri'ia avenue m i. -h t'Ml, A amli -tr. n,
N jiri-pared loternltlmll kind" of
AICHS AND C OAI'IXTIOA.S
to r.rder, or t t ai.d udoiu Ctiken in Ihe moat akdl
fill mamier, nnd can defy competition it) point of
prieex uml character uf work.
limber naiiHrhep"r than at any o!hrhoite In Iho
Pity. Jeladiiiii
PIANOS AND SEWING MACHINES.
J U. OAR.SON,
Ijj' iit lor the aalt) of
PIANOS ATsrD OKG-AlNrS
.V
u'iii::i.i:k k viionn
JEft o "w ilXK 3VC A.o Iuoh.
1 mi.Ii to inform the nljcn of Cairo and adloliuux
'iintry. that I nn now
nas3N Tiasrca- "
I'Iiiiiih., ! uiiiiH, nml Wlin-ler A H'IIhoiiN
Hrwlinf naclllli.
With Ihr
I'fiv ilci4C ol lnrt;liHM'.
Hciiliil.i.M;,l fun,) ti piir'hi'c priee mull paid in
111 p?run u uliiii untrililienta or .Hew infjnu'ddiiea
invited to
Vail nml ix'iini Paiili'iilftrs.
I't nliiainiiii insilrliiiitlnlj Oir'tunh in) aat'"'jy
will obtain Ihernatthe
HHOUIjAK 1BTAHI.1&HKU PJIH.Ks.
indwiil naio niihiinnil UinojpeiHe of itnnliiK for
one year.
tiVMlV MA VHJNK WAltllAXTHD
Perfect in every waij
"or further juurteulart' and illurattd circulura
Addres.
J. C, CVHSON,
it
V
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL It. U
TTJa WW M (-tEE7i?ii:-4 T
n IJ Mj k T It A K .
1 Miles the Shortest Houto to New York I
At Plttahtirff trains from tho Wet run direct to the
Union depot, w hero ntiMcnKcra for Hnrrlobiirg, Haiti
more, WnhliiBtoii. 'hllnileliiln, New York, lloston,
and all tho New Kmiland tnwtm, nro tranifened to
trains of tho
PEXXSYIiVAXIA ItiIMCOiI.
nuy you tlrkem for New Tork, Philadelphia and all
, point, l.At, tffitho l'ittal.uri?, Kott Wuiie Chlrnno
and tlio l'cnnajlvnnla Central Itallroad, Thottalna of
tho
I li 1 I S OIS t! E N T It .1 Is
mnltorloHodnnnertloiiat Mgltoon and Chlcapo anil
thmmtlre trip to New York l nalo with only two
ehnngei of rar.
I-McKiiiit ' Wtilu I'nMciiuor ,'arH,
-Wltll-
Itnlxril Hour iiulpr v t .Srntftt
These eartnretlioroupthl) ventilated and provided
with every modern lniprov.nent necinrv totlic
safiity and comfort of traveler
STATIMtOO.TI SI.t;i:iM. CAJtS,
Voodruir.i J'atont,
Hon throiifih lo Philadelphia on all NUlit Tiain-,
nnd New York vln I'hilndrlphln and Allentown. with,
out ehanfie, Kllurdinit I'amriitfei" a night of untm-turl-d
re-t, and
I.nmllni; llieni lu .cv York llourx In
Adviinrr of nil ollirr I.lur!
Ami In time to wttirf Hotel ni-eoinniodatlona N'foc
tho arrival of tho paen!er ly other rmites.
Tolloton aid New Kngland paiciij;cri thi) routo
l opooi.lly def irahle, aa it ivea them an opttnrtiinity
uf aeelne the llnet view atnntiir tho Allrelnnv
JJountnlii", Ulde viltln? IllttiUtrg. I'hdadelphia
iiiiil New York. Without Hunt i'unt.
B Ml New Knl.nd tenKer holding through
tleken will Ik' trnn-feiriv). with llieir Usuin. to lti.ll
""d Host tv.nncfl..n. in New York, without . hart-e.
Four Hall) Trnln I.i-avp.V. V Tor HtMou.
Thlriftiii Ih-llv Trains "ix-au' Plillntli-lpliiu
for Now York,
Via ,lerey City and Cnmilrri and Atnlioy. itimr,
I'lltiHtM-, Tim, I lini.
Ilii ltheonly mute byuhiWi iiwi;'nmgraii
liH-api Haturday a.iemon, in tliroucu our. Thla
train lave the Pittlmm. Holt Wayne A: CUUan
lttilway PeKt nt p.m. and run through wlthmit
delay, arriving In New York t.rii Monday morning.
Hour1. In Atlvnticc of Oilier I.inrs!
1 'I he p. 111 ir .m from I,.. irniti .11 Nw
. Itork ntVUl 111. the HKCOMl HAY, -J I.J Hour
. lit Ailviiiicr or uny ollirr ! I uiifa eor-
' rMnntiilltiff rA.lni linn t.. llOsTlV V I'llll , lil'IOIKl
HI.TIMi)fti;aiHl WAHHINliTo.N.
or Hauxase , herki-d throush tu all outiuua 00 ih
1,'ne of tho 'nnylv ajiiw lUilw iy. and to Htltinvr,
lhilaleldiiaahd New YorK, from l'Jtltrtirg. hwaif'.
and nil principal Wetrm nne.
d llatAa of freight and expre frmslit in any
Intern point, .ire at alt tin,.- a faorU a we
'Imrted fy otlier Inn ..
itf'TliroUijIi 'irkel. for Mle at the tirtnellMl ote
in 111" We.l. 1
HPWAItll II. WII.I.IAJIH,
!. ial luiHTii,t.-udnt. AIUmmih Pa.
T. I. UIMliM.I.. Ieni;er ttit. Chlnwo.
I. ITwtf
WINDOW SHADES.
j j:u.ync window hhadk
Tomer lYavlihiirlon Ave. nml Nth fit.
I (IHI prrpar.-d u. till ..idrr- f..r -liadr of any tm
or nolor m .-hf-ap a any nthrr fa.-tory. Kitrm
IH.W lo onler I J Imv . an. A new ami frrn
(xkf
'.kiKIIUtlK-', PHOVK-IONK l.TC.
whK h I wHU'll h low a aty ,hr man " Choir
. ttinily rVui u ai prlrrl WdrranMxI.
z JOlIN 11. PI1I1.I.IPN
iiivlUIIni ilipo..iir nirteni heni Cairo. Il'ia..i.
TAILOR.
QORXKLILS ItOYIJi, ""
TAIIiO
Mil .I.Mi:ilCIAI. AVK.VIJK,
IllBIioll A ll vythariie a Hoot and -fto Klur,
'1, ILLINOIS.
r.-On.iiiT ,lii ,.l'ir imv(. mafthflf
ID F. I 'A it K Kit.,
i i.'r m
WHITK I.KAIl, ZINC AND OILS,
WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY
llrnalirt, Wnll l'uner nml Window
Nlind
lr.
f)5 OHIO I.H
OA 1 110, ILL
Jjt F HHT NATIONAL RANK.
Tivrii.v.(itirlh Itcport r l,o ConUltlon
oi mi:
PIRST NATION A , HANK, CA JRO, 1 M.
Cnilitlon ill elo.e ol huainesx, on lath of .lime, 1M0.
ar.ofarr.
Hilla reveirahle , tftl.V'S a
Over itraft 2 3h
J'.H. Honda to neeure. Circulation si ,i un
r. 8. Honda and H(untiea on hand ,71(t
other PliMik mid lloiiiU... , ii,V '.'I
Duo from Hedeeiiilu Aiienti,.. , Ift.ott 111
Dun fiiim otlier National Haiika '.att t,i
Dun from olhr Hank and Hnukera M VI
Ileal i:-HI(i 43,11 tq
I'lurniturouiul rixturiM 3,1311 tri
Ksw.'nea,. 'JJ&'J 14
TuiCH Paid ati jj
C'uaIi on hanil lii(duiliii(! Itcirnue
Htiimim , $ 110 no
Hills of National Hanhi...., 8,K.'W (41 .
Krartlonal Curn ney ,. 659 d"
Spi.lifl , ,pl,l I,
I..'iil Trtidet 'Jl.lttl nil :,Ol tttl
Total $2a,is7u an
iimiillii.
l',luil rtia I elin.Hni
Kxi-lmuun II
lutercat: s.itrr 117
Protit mid l.o 771, t 5.5IJ V
C'ireilhitill Note ... "0,615 Ul
Individual prhnll. . fd,lK' AO
Hue )lniik ttniillniikern l'J7 :
T'ttal ti(a,'J70 iW
I, 0. N, Huuhet. Cuohler of tlio Kirid National
Hank, Cairo, Hliuola, do i-olenmly i.wear that tho
ntiovontiiti'iiient i true, to Hut lient of my l()Ki(y"i
awl belief. C. N. HU(illK.-i, Cmhlor.
Stum of llliuuli, cminlv of Aloxander:
tworn to mid Kiili-ciiU'il lajforomv, tlux 2 J, I dai
dune, Itrtt. Vlteat: h. II. 1IAV, .Volar) Public.
iiiini'.ii r w. .11.1.1:11, 1
IDIIN T. HHXNIK, ' )ii.-. i .i- '
I'. lll'IIIi.
junc '.'l-lw
llrlitn unit ttrlilFiii-ooin.
l.iys fur Young Men on the iuterliiig relation
of Hrldegroom to Hride, in the imditutioii of Maniago ,
a guiito to matrimonial fcllrity, mid true happinens. '
(Sent hy mail In kcaled ltdtereniclopeii free of dmrgc
Aildreis HOWAKP Au,ilK I Vf ION. Im p, Philadil
I'liia, P. inyHil.tn3in
pRINTING, OF ALL KlNDS,
ft HINDE'S COLUMN.
CAIRO CITT
wiiAarno
, CAIRO iiiJKrr,
wiuaranr.
QHA8. T. RINDE,
FOUWARIIINfi AND COMMISSION
A.OEKTT.
CAIKO TIMXS'VKK COIIMX
CAIRO UJitNOlS.
Tlirougli 11111m of l.mlliiK rIvVii to nil
Avntlulilc Poliitx liy Ilftll oi-AVnlrr.
wo-SPKOlAI. ATTHNTJO.V '1 0 JHUtWAKlH.N'l.
ST. LOUIS, CAIRO AXIJ NEW
ORLEANS
-'l'3fc- TIIK aTKAMKItk
I.ADV BAY w ,
iiis.M.mric
r.iz.u: oii.i,
CO.M.1IOXWKAI.TII ,
tlltKAT Itl-PiniMO
IONRS, Jl.nler.
KM IIIKKN, JlBAter
-....'r.VKII,. llwter.
CONI.Y, Matter,
VAN HOOK. Ma!r
. t.KKKN Jlwler,
PKPPIirt, Slacter
.MISSISSIPPI
riUlMP.Stl.V IIRAX .
CITY OF AIIO.V....
...YOIIIt ..UMer
Compi -ing ail the tlnett and Urf-.t botM out of
l.oul.
..Mater,
Will leave '-'iro fur New Orlana . tho
in.t , at it.tn., ronnwting at Nw UrUmi
with Ocean in nihtewn era to
Liverpool, Xnvv York, Ilo.li.n, nnd lnlvr
tnn, Trim,
Pamenitera and Khr
and nhlppim ea rely oa om
Imvio (Vito paaetiaaHy a-, at
I Of th
la
UJIA5. I . Ill.l'li,
f. mi of i
"rajErt f n-
Iro.
inf.
M
KM PHIS AND ST. LOUIS
I mm. : t-'iVj. :imm. .
T! e MInwinK IVrMla otDfN?' ihia Line arid t
rim n the f,iHowit rdr;
MKXPHH PACKETS.
Arriv at daira,,ArHiiM Curo,
n.. I rr.
HUI.I.K 8T. IXCU-:, Taeaday, t p.m fcaaordcy I a.m
llr. Maatar:
CtTVOHTXllllO, iTHUiwtayt HiiuMtWay. 1 a.m
HKLLB
VlcmRUMO PACK KM.
(AmaC4,jArrlH re.
CUV OFAI.TUK. lW4a47.)Mii l'rt4-, lam
Arrbtr, Maatar j
MAJIHl.lt i;iT
lltTBICUN.
Btkk. MaaMc
Lt:Ml!AV,"
J i m
31. t rUMFTTM,
. )' 1 it
Hane. Maatar:
JT1.IA.
Coital n. Haaler
Cubuerim im, o
.iirlli rii I.iltn I'nvl.i I Coiupuiiy ,
ICeoliiiW 1'ni'kct Conipniiy,
llinnlia Packet Comjmny,
.n l Vu-Iimi lliillronil I. Inn
AUlHpiiia with
.Mmuplila "ml Wlilln IXivrr I'licUrt Co.,
Al'knii.u Itlv tr l';ii kct Coniiun,
.McinpliU mill CI11.1 leiton H. It.,
hJ JIU.ItHlpjil .V'I'Mllirxer II. II
At Vtrli-arg,uh
Ynzou III vcr Pnckt f , mi
VliiUaliurK anil .Mri lillon Itallnmrt,
Civile throuirh billn ladincaiid t...k to allava '
pointa by raT or nw.
CHAS.T. IUMn, iBri.l Ant.
j . a Wharf-boat
Kl F -l-'N', Tk and l'..--nr Aijaait.
JTASHVJLLK AND CAIRO
packet co3yr.3?A.ivrv
DAILY Ll.Vr.I-vjJs
- .lj5te. ttoiulitinj; tko following
NASIIVIM.K,
&1MS Matr HABl'KH ClerU
TAI.IS.MAN.
hTIIONO .Merler ! WOOIH Cleik
TYIIONK,
HAltMON Master WK.VVKK Cleit
.mux r.VMstiKX,
HAVIrt Jlater I l,AVIu ...CIJk
MalllnKiiM Inlermenlttte landings, and KhlK apeeia
Hlk'nilon to nay bumics.
Cll.ts. T. HIMin. Meneral A?ent
derSI 'iJi.l Ottir. on Wharllioal,
M
IfMDIITC -Vniri't IIMFLill 4 m
ji 1I.UI iii.- ii ii i t i. iii ) r.a ii ii
PNITI'.I) HTATJ-iS .MAIL LINK.
JOHN II. D.VYIH, Hllji'l, .Memphis, Teiuiesita,
vffjs. splonilitl cido-wliijol
PASSKXfJEIl STEAMERS
MAYFbOWKIl, COM.MKUCIAI, and
i.nnciiTV .o.;j,
i'fS.T.?..J,flnl,,,,s cury Tl'pDAY, TIIUHSDAYnud
HA'I I'lUMY, nt r. p.m., for Mhlto lin er, connecting at
Duinll'a Itlull with tho Meinphla nnd I.iltln Hock Kail
road for l.ittlo Hock and Hot Spring. Tlmo from
Memphis to Littlo Itoolt, 18 hour-.
1'roights nnd Pftsneng(rs in eipted over the above
Line nt lower rates than any other route.
UAh. t. HINDK, Agont, Cairo, HI,
nilio on Wharf.lifiat.
VASSYJ LLK AND CAIRO
r i3l!k CJoiulatlnj; of tho following
rr3f2i&-'Sjli'ii(llil Piisscnt'cr Slrniners:
AU.HADA,
luMcr I FOWL
Dt'MIUCHKT Mauler I KOWI.KH
ci.ri-.
l.e in " I i -iiiiday ni I ThiT'daj nt ' p m.
(11 ICICSTEP,
M Wl.l: r f.lt vilAIK'f ....
If i ' r 't i; i ml Kridnv a p
tiMitmajAYB,
y v imrn,va ,4 ir ,.,
..Clerk
Iicavf I
'Yvi
'day nt 6 p.m.

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