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'1UE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1878.
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JulUML OHBlA Editor and Publisher
TKU513 01" TUB UAllA PULt.ETIN :
onwMk,tycMTicr ; e
One year by carrier, In advance i w
One ycsr by currier 11 not ium
line month, by niall. ,
Ono year.,...., ,
TUB DOLLAR WEEKLY 1IULLKTIN
John II. Oberly hs reduced the ub'crlP
Hon price of the Wkkkly Oaiuo Hulletin
to Ono Hollar cr annum, raakliu; it top
HrnilliiK nmllrr n ccr.v pC".
Col. JolIS S. Keiiii, of .Memphis, is
mentioned as the coming man for the next
governor of Totinceo.
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Tun cholera is raging in Cadiz, Ken
tucky. Ono of Its tint victims was Dr.
T. Jefferson, n lending physician rtnd
citizen of tbu county.
Pounev's 'Press' s of tho political
look-out "Tho truth il, politics uro now
pissing through that stato of chaos which
precedes tho formative period, and no man
can loll what a day may bring forth."
TUB INTERNATIONAL RAILROAD
AND ITS CONNECTIONS.
From tho 'Railroad Oaxette' of tho l'.th
instant, wo glcnii tho following interesting
facts in regard to tho Moxicf.ii Interna
tional Tailroad find its connections. It
li seen that Cairo it ono
of tbo most important Northern
termini of tho lines which
tbo Mcilcau International lUtlroad
company, according to a communication
made to tho Moiican minister of public
works by Edward Leo Dumb, -May 17, in
its proposals to and contract with tho
Mexican gorornment, Is supported by th
following railroad companies, who linv
associated together in Joint interest: Tho
International Uiilroad company of Toxas,
lb Houston and Ureal Northern lltllrond
company, vhu Miitouri, Kunius and Texas
Railway compuny, ihe Cairo aud 1'uHon
Itailroftd company and tho St. Louis ami
Iron Mountain Railroad cumpniiy
-inese coiupufet have now completed
ooat i,sso miles of railroad, which by
the completion of tho Cairo and Pulton
within a few months will bo increased to
moro than 1,000 miles. 'J hese lines Imvo
northern termini nt Cairo, III., St. Louis
and Hannibal, .Mo., and .Inaction City,
Kan. From St. Louis or Cairo tho lino
will bo quite straight nearly, duo south,
west to tho interior of Mexico at Logoi,
whence a lurn at nearly right angles will
be made eouthcastward to reach tho citv
ol Mexico, lly this route, however, tliern
will bo a break of gauge nt tho border bu-
IWOoa Arkansas mid Texas, the St. l.ouls
and Iron Monntnlu and tho Cairo and
iulton baring tho.Wuel chumi, nhlla ull
the other lines have the i-tnndard gnugo
of -l.fcet SJ-lncbcs. It will bo diUIcult,
for a long limo nt least, to change
this guage, ns tho ccnnci'tlons of
the St. Louis and Iron Mountain cast of
the Mississippi and south of tho Ohio nro
of very great importanco and nil of tho
flve-fcflt gaugo. Tho distanco by this
route to tbu junction of tho International
of Texas with the Houston and Toxas
Central, which will bo tho point of divor
gon:o for trafllc going over tho Missouri,
Kansas and Toxns, unless that company
complctos nn extension from the ltcd
riter southward, whioh it talks of doing,
Uearno to St. Louii, via International,
Cairo and Fulton and St. Louis und Iron
Mountain, "42 iniies; Ilearno to St. Louis
vjs llot'ston and Texas Central, Missouri,
K!ius and Texas,und A tluntic and i'auiflc,
bulimies; lUarne to Chicago via Inter
national, Cairo and Fulton, Cairo, Arkau
casund Teia. and Illinois Contral, 1,012
miles j Uearne to Chicago via tho tlrst
named route to St. Lvui?, ami thenco by
Chicago and Alton, l.ir.'j niiloaj Hoarnu
to Chicago via llotnton and Texas Cen
tral, Missouri, Kansas and Texas (via Se
dilia and Moberly to llannibiil), and
Chicago, Uurlingtou and tjulncy, l.OCti
miles. Tho CViro route will besliurter to
Indunapolis and Mints ei-t of it by just
CI miles than the Shortest St. Louis roiilo
the distance from Indianapolis to llourne
being 920 miles.
The distances from JlcHrno soulhwost
ward are cstimatod, no location having
been ms.de of any coiidemble )ortion ..i
the line, Rnd no surveys of any kind of
most of It in Mexico. The jmrt to bo built
in Texas from lUarno to Uio i'.lo Grande
mill t.A .1 (li.i.
" " ;"iniie. long) U, .Mexican
company estimates tbu distanco fmm n.n
liio Grande Id Lauo nt tun mii, o..j
irom Lagos tn the city of Mexico at 2.i2
miles, which will give a diiUnce o"f
1,100 miles from Hesrne to the city of
Mexico, to bo added to the distances given
above. Hut Lagos will probably be the
center of tho Mexican system propoinj
by the International company, which will
haye many branches, and a lino to the Pa
cific. i ' - -
KI'-KLUX JX TlUi ifOHTJI.
1'AKTICULA HS OF TIIK MCKDlvK
AXU HOUHKKVON THE HOCK
ISLAND U. It.
special Dltpatthto tho Chicago Tribune
kTATHJlKNTOPbUPEUNTKNIIENT KOVi K.
Da Moinkp, la., July 211 inter
viewed Jlr. H i Noyce, Superintendent
of tbo Iowa Division oflbe itock Iland
railrond, who was on tbo train when It was
j ditched and robUtd, JIo stutud that the
train ,was tbo Atlantic express, which left
i Coune1 Ulutrs at 4:15, and couslsted of un
: fcgluu, two, bsggsgcsri, three coaches,
and two sloepers. All went well until
t 1 the reached si point midway between
-Anita and Adair, and about sixty miles
i from this city. It was about 8 o'clock, und
" 9 ' growing rapidly dark. They were truva'
r,Q. .intfat tbo usual spend, about twentv-s x
t nouri through a wild, unlnhulitblj
p'rlriof thero was not a houto In any dir.
ctlon between them and tbo horizon. Jlr
ltorc was seated In the st-cond baggage-
Colt llmiri'tlcitlon olg
(jllo wonJorcd for a moment what It
meant, there was no elation thero, and
lometliltiR limit bo amiss, or tho train
would not elop In that lonely locality. Ho
jumped to his led, hut had '"'y ll"oJ
up before bo felt
caused by sudden stoppage, and simultane
ously the car was thrown from the track
acalnit the embankment, the floor Inelili-
Inir nt an aiuilcoi winy ueKicy.
pitched nijaltist the sldo of tho cor, the
Lridijo of his noso colliding with the
tanchlon, aiming a painful wound which
hied coniously. Ho was
llOfailLV.ttlAKK.V VI'AND fcTUNNED.
Kocovaring his faculties, ho saw what ho
described as "a very powurtul mixture oi
men, baggsce, bullion, and oxpross pacK
lie heard tho sound of shots, sup
posing it to bb torpedoes. Stepping from
tho car to tho bank to uncertain the cause
of tho trouble, bo was met by two men,
MASKKII AMI KJL'H'I'KK WtTIt SaVVUK
V01.VKIIK, .mn In each band. One of them rennukod
' U diimii you, got back into tbnt cur.
Oct buck, or I'll kill you." Accepting tho
ni.n.uiiitiirv Invitation bo cut back as tar
us the door of tho oar, when auother masked
nj:m, standing iuMdc, alo wltu u revolver
n bis hand, observed, ''Get out of hore.
.5 damn you J get out of hero or I'll kill I
roil. ' llo got out, bewildered between two
l iri'iilcii lu urea. Jiu woni mu on mu
ibitform acain. Anollior iirmod ruiuan
lointid a tiWtol from tho other side cf tho
car, and using the samo expletives, advised
him to get in out ol that or no wouiu mn
a liut.t.r.T wiiisTt.r.ii pat tils :ak,
und Mr. Kovco retired into ono of tho pas
suimer coaches, remaining there until tuo
in the mcanlimo tnreo oi tuo runuura
L'Al'TUnCD TltKEil'ltKUS CAK,
where they expected to Und from thirty to
Utty tuomaiid ucllurs, mo amount usuuiiy
currlod on through trains. The route
iL'ont. Killini'sworth, was scarcely con
fused by tho concussion, llurgess, tho ox-
urem luesteueer. was ruisini; nun irom
where he fell, whon tuo rouoers enturca.
Onu of them acted us sentinel to atop any
one froincomlni: in. another held acoclted
pisKd to tliu expri-smnii's liad, whili) tho
third domandod the key of tho sufo. llur-
Hps, (liidlni: discretion to bathe butter part
of valor, afid that it was useless to resist,
handed over the key, with which tho toll'
Ol'EKKll TIIK SA1K
and took out money packages amounting
in nil to SI, 700. llo was appointed at the
muii amount, and dctnamled lulorinatloti
as to wburo there was more. Tbu messeii
gnr replied that thero Was no moro. Tho
robbor called llurgess by h foul and nastv
epithet. 15urg's then volunteered to
iirovo t.here was no mnro tnonoy by open
ing the package box. Tho robber cut somo
ot tho pHcknuo wltn n knllo, and was en
raged at finding lliey contained nothing oi
value. Thero was u
LA no K ql'ANTITY or I1UI.I.IOM
on hoard, but it escaped notico. A mall
hag wus taken up and an cll'ort modo to
cut it, but not thinking it expedient to lorn
time with letters, the thief throw il aside.
tVhilotho messenger was belnc cross-ex
amined by ono of tho road agents, auother
invited iviiiiugswortii lo
I'uKKOVKK 1111 POCltKT-IIOOK ASI KSIVK,
und bo did eo. The car wkhUiui uvaeu
uU'd, the Iblevcs scaled tbu embankment.
mtjunted horses mid galloped uway in n
eoutlieriy direction, disappearing nt unco
In tho guthoriiig gloom.
THE KOIIIIlitl (lUAHll.
AVIiIIo tho car was being ransacked, four
men with navy revolvers, two on each sido
of the train, kept guard outside to intiiiii
dato the passengers and prevent them
from interfering with tho operations of
their confederates. J lie imssouirers woro
alarmed, not knowinc tho moment n volley
would bo noured Into the windows or how
long thoy had to live. Somo adventurous
heads wero pointed out, when tho high
awaymcu with horrible profunlty ordered
them to disappear inside, or they would
send a bullet into thorn. A passenger
askod if thoy intonded to
k I M. I.VKOCK.NT WOMEN AND CHII.UllE.S',
when ono of tho robbers answered: "If
you get back wo won't hurt you. Wo uro
not protty robbers. We nro big robbers.
Wo take irom tho rich, from those who
oro ablo to lose, for the uso of tho poor.
Wo aro grangers by G ." Mr. Koyce
says ihu referenco to grangers was Pick
wickian. The pissenger look in his head,
and no olhers ventured to put theirs out.
TUB FATA I. 1'AKT OK TIIK Ul'SINKM
was enacted at the moment the engine
struck the gap iu the track. A volley w&b
fired into tbo engine Dennis Foley, llu,
fireman, w ho wus stooping down shoveling
coul into tho furnace, saw tho eugineor
shut oil' tho steam with one hand and put
on tho brukes with the other, ".lack,
what's tho inntlnr ," shouted Foley, and
then ho heard n crush, u fusilado of hots,
and .lack foil over on him dead, tho wood
and coal on top of both, When Foley, who
was bruised and stunned, came to, ho ex
tricated himself and his faithful comrade,
who died ut tho post of duty. No marks
of pistol-Oiots wore found upon the body,
and it is thought death wts caused by con
cussion. Tin: UKiioie kmiinkkr.
Mr ltoyco said ho could have sworn that
Raffotly shut oft the stOHiu and applied tho
brake, und he knows the thought of saving
the hundred lives that rode behind him
wits tho last that entered tho mlud of the
heroic Jbill'erly. He says that litllerty
was ono of the most careful, faithful, and
bravo men that over traveled ovor an iron
road. Ho hud boon in the service of the
company live years, during which he
gilned tho confidence and respect of hi
omjiloyers. Tbo remains wero brought to
the city, and taken homo to the bereaved
family, who have tho sympathy of every-
AI1 SKNT I'Oll.
When tbo robbers departed, and they
did uot remuiii very long, Ihe outrage oe
cupying only ton minutes, Mr. Koyce dis
paluhed two brakemeu to tho next station
wust, four inlloi distant, and with n pas
senger walked himself four miles east to a
seclioii'liouko where they got a hand car
und rodu eight miles further cast to Casev
s atlon. An alarm win sent along th'o
lino, assistance called for, und tho agents
ordered to send men after tho robbers.
The, sheriffs ol suveral counties responded,
and posses of citizens on horseback started
out ut duylighl from dltlurent points, lie
lief trains arrived from the east and west,
und large gangs of men weut to work to
repulr the damage to tho track, ending
their labors ut 3 o'clock this morning,
when tho train resumed its way, reaching
hero at C o'clock. The robbor j'd Id not cut
the wires, as it would haro done no good.
They calculated tho time it would taku the
traiu to communicate with tbo nearest sta
tion ns iulllclent to give them a good start
in tho flight.
THE ROnilKIt OA Nil.
Mr. Royco tbhks thero wero not lets
tl.an six, nor more than eight In tho gang.
The masks seemtd lo bo cut out of whito
flannel. They covered tho cntlro face, ox
crptlnu' apertures for the mouth and oyes,
Hjacbod bsck behind the cars, where tbny
were tied, and down the breast, rendering
identification absolutely impossible
Thoy wero thick set, powerful wen, aud
Judging from their dialed and language,
Mr. ltoyco uailOVel moy wero genuine
bordor-rufllani, and not porsoni residing
in tbo vicinity. Tho claw-bar and splkc
tnnul usod In rotnovlnir. the rail wore taken
in m tho soclton-houso beforo montiontd
THE I'ASSEMIKRS UNUAltMKI).
Thero wero from ninety to ono hundred
Demons on tbo train. A small ivory-ban.
died rovolvor was the only woapon in the
crowd. Of course it was of no avail, and
was not brought into action, bono ot
tho passengers wuro injurod. Too coaches
and tbo sleopers stuck to the track, Tbo
rearsiuepor was Ulled by a party 01 arts
tocriU0 ohlncse students, on th
Springfield, Massachusetts, to
thuir way to
Tho tender tinned ovor on the oncinr,
and tho bacisago car rested on the tonder.
J no second bazcairy car went into this
ditch. The alr-brako und the patent plat
lorin Hived tbo remainder of tbo train
now IT WAS 1HINK.
Tho miincor in which tho robbors throw
tho train Indicates that they know the
business. At an obscuro curve where tho
engineer could not see tho track 260 feet
ahead, thoy removed tho plates and drew
tho Hpikeu from a rail on tho outside of
tue uurvo. so that tho rail could ho easily
rnmoved. To tho rail tbov attached
rope which ran up over tho steep of the
cut into a suriaco uitcn on a banu, wtncii
completely hid thorn from tho view of tho
completely hid them from tho vie
approaching train. When tho t
within three rails' longth, tbov p
ropo, removed the rail, and what followed
is detailed above.
LYNCH LAW TALKED OP.
Thero Is an intonso doslro to hear of tho
CHtitiiro of tho six nornotrators of this dis
tnrdly Htid murderous outrage, Capital
punishment has boen abolished In tuts
stato, but there Is a universal belief that
tho rulHin If found, will meet doath by
tho bands ot their captors.
SAMUK1"; 1 WIIKHIjKH,
ATTORNEY & CIHINSEIM AT LAW
OihVe over Kind National bank.
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ofllroover FirtlNstionM bauk. tt-HUlm
OllEEN & GILBERT,
OA IKO, ILLINOIS.
William Jl. (.reeii,
Willum II llllbtrt,
VSproi. atlaalion Riven lo Admiralty and
oprioit oiiio lkvkc, uooua'7 and 8 ovbb
CITT NATIONAL HAMK.
.lobti II. MlllUey. Wlllam O. MulUey.
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Oflfcn, rear roomi over HamioiiN book
NO. 121 COM.MKRCIAL AVltSUr,
lletwecn Seventh and Kighth stieeta.
Mil 8. JloQEE,
OnKlKhtbHtrmt, Iw.woonCornrtitrclalaoJ Wash
nxtuu ATHUiioa. I dillr rrculvlai
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATJ5HT HPHINO AND ISII.M.MKH fiTYLKtj,
Ht-wisfi lull lm of
SOXTItTIETB &c HATS
ITnmniKd and untrunmed,
PUKNUH KLOWEHH. KIBHUS3, TH1MMINUS
of nil kinds, Lacen, etc., etc
ilr. Mc()o ban alao a lare auurtmeut (.
Fxncy Articles, vuch art
MXIK Tt.".3. O'M.I.ARM. t)MIKnHI.KEVE8,
HL'KFB, HAHIII'3, KA.Nd,
And all other articles usually found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STOHK
Mrn, McUec, in addltlou to her atock of
Kuney and Millinery Uoodn, bun a tine and
Complcto uxHorUueut of Cliiciuuati Cin-tom
made LadtcH' and Mbses' Shoes and Chll
dreiia' Hoots, Itlaek and in Colors. These
areaeknowledgod to bo tho finest and host
cerin the market, and this is the only
Iiouho tho cltv that makes them a specialty
7.. 1). MA.TI1UB3..
1 C Ull I.
Commissi of Mrr c hants
iAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
JOHN H, PIILLIS i SON,
(Huooassom loJohn II. I'tilllu,)
DEALERS IN II AY, CORN, OATS,
. Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Con. TKNTH-ST. and OIIIO LEVI.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer tn
Liuk, Gjcmcut, 1'i.astkh, Haih, Ere.
Nu Ohio tTa
IjTI will sell In car load lots at inaiiul ae
lurers' prices, adding irdifbt, .'i-u
KAsV UTATK ASBHOt.
John Q. Ilarman. Chas. Tbnipp
JOHN Q. HAHMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE' AGENTS
N'urlb tUr. nl litis at. ssssil Ohio I.eca
Oiler for mile at low flsurea and cay tcrini
tho following real estate :
no l aii elegant cottage, corner rweiiin
and LoctiU streets, h'il and2rt,b I, third ad.
Lots above grade. 6 lots in b 4, in what is
known as tlu ''Ridge lllocl.:" those lota run
through the block irom Fifteenth to Six
teenth streets, and the bet residence prop
erty In the city adjoining iroperty highly
no a i.ota.-i ami s. ii lii, city, Washington
.enue. between Thirteenth and Fourteenth
strccti, wet lde. (lood two-story building
on each lot.
on AIo, vacant Intsn aud I), ad oininc
the above. Lot 14, b il. cltv.
on Sixth Mrcel, bouth hide.
between Commercial anil Washington me.
iiiiok, will be sold in tracta to suit piiroiuier,
very low ami iiueaiy iitiiis.
io4-I,otN7aml8. has. corner ol Knur.
tcenth and t'nplar streets, front on Poplar
mi rvi, wen nine. oiiM)siio posi-onice liloeK
deuce In t-econd storv. G roomn. Imll and
.tU aillUllMHl 11UMI1(.!I 11111 I11I1L-. 11ll
roiiiaiiii rear Biairwnv. water on hat ilnnr.
in number one condition; situated on north
west corner oi commercial neutle and
IVolfth Mrcot. A irrent b.UL'alii Ifnild
io u i.oik . t ana u. n cue. nn
Commercial avenue, beweeu Fourth aud
r Ifth streets, Lots SO aud 21, b si. cltv, on
Wasllluutoil avenue, lietwcun Kllih' nn.l
aixui streets, i enns easy, price low.
Un , Lot 14, in b 18. on Nineteenth
street, between commercial atcmie am
ropiar treet a jtrcat bnialu, LotSA, b fi,v
lxtad., on WahhliiL'ton avenue.
No S Two vei v denlrablo btislnes botiieH
Mn.l .... Lltu.l. . .
iviivi ,i lufci, ui .-?iAiii micci oeiweeii (joiu
incrclal and Washington avenues, will be
com m icrius 10 pay purcuaser rental or
per cent cn Investment.
No 'J Six lots In b 29, 1st ad. High
ground. $200 each nu cany payments.
No 10 Lots 1 and -, iu b & north corner ol
Tenth and Lcvce streets. Ucstbtn-incs loca
tion in the city terms o.-icy. Lota'Jl, a and
'jainb II), 1st ad., south corner ol Twentieth
and Poplar streets. Alio three lots tu court
house blocl.-, fronting on Poplar street.
No 11 A splendid two-story residence on
north cast corner of Walnut uud Ninth
streets, with two lots very desirable prop
erty. No 12 Lots 18 and 1!, b 70-sotith side ol
Twcnty-flrst street, opjiosltc ' Convent
Uloek "very dchllable lor residence pur
No III A well improved Mrmnf "in ,-,.
CO acres under cultivation: boinusuml lurn
jrood orchard, bearing trees; running water
luruuKU mriu nuuiu uvcnioiv. uue ipiaricr
mllo from station aud depot of Cairo & Si,
Louis railroad. Will be sold on easy terms
lor il'Ji per acre.
Z No 14- Ten ot the choicest lots, In block
,'i7, lt addition, above trrade, beautlltil resi
dence location, will bo sold at a great bar
gain. We call particular attention (o this
property as it will be sold ery low.
A KINK CIIASCK Foil INVKSTMKNT.
In addition to the foregoing wo offer for
cale, or lease, a large number of acuut lots,
In different parti ol the city, embracing No
1 business and residence propertv.
In unimproved lands, wo fcave for sale
ovor 2.".(j00 acres iu Alexander aud Pulaski
counties, at price ranging from 1 to $10
per acre, and aro prepared tu offer induce;
nients to purchasers that cannot be equalled
In Colorado, Texas or any other place or by
"anyotlicrman." A large amount ot lands of
tho very best quality, in Alexander und Pu
luskl counlloH. belonslni- tu tho Illinois On.
trul lUllrnmt wouipmiy. tor the anlc of wtileli
we am me agents, wilt be sold very low and
on such easv terms that a liersnn nf Imhutrl
oils habits, with a very small sum of ready
iuvuuj, i an iu it ic iv j cars iiccomu tue
owner of n productive larm. IVe bavo
inais aim descriptions oi all lands offered
ior K.ue anu win late pleasure In showlni?
luirchascrs the properly. Titles to all lands
bomoy us guaranteed, and sliown fromthe
patentee when mniilri-il hv almim,.! a...
ply to JOHN Cf. HAHMAN 4 CO.,
cor. sixtu and Levee sts., Cairo, UN.
June 7, 187a.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (BBCOND LOOB) OHIO IBYBI,
But and Sxll Ral Kbtati,
KUKNISH AB3TRAOT8 OF TITLE
And I'lum noDTtTaooaa of Kiods!
J. W-. BKIGMAN,
Phvslclan. surucoa and accoucher. OHIcb.
I'welfth street, between Walnut and Cedar
birceis. 7. 7 tr
A. J. ROE. M. D..
Having permanently located Iu Cairo, tendurs
bis professlouable services to the inhabitants
oi tue city ami vicinity.
Iteaidenco aud office (for the present) cor
ner Walnut and Tweuty-Ili st streets, where
no may ue consulted in all Hours, iw-tiin.
DR. B. 0. TABER,
Will resume the practlco ot his profession
with especial reference to the electrics
treatment ol diseases In all the now aud im
proved mctnous or application.
In all cases of female complaints a ady
will be in attendance.
Office, 128 Commercial avenue, up stairs.
R. S. BRIG II AM, 31. 1).,
Hoiiuepathic physkian and surgeon. Of.
lice tail Commercial avenue, ltesldence
corner of Klevcuth uud Cedar streets.
H. WARDNER, M. D.
OUlce and ltesldcnce 111 Commercial ave
nue, (next door to the Aiheneuni).
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
pESIPKNOB-No. 21 Thirtwnih street, t.
V taraoa WaabiDKion avenut and Waluut streat.
Otflce 1 W Oomniarelal atenus, up 'stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
OKIDENOE-oornerNiath and Walnut tto,
tVOirica oiner Slztb atraet and Ohio Usee.
Offloe hours front a.m. to 13 m,, and 9 p.ni
DR. G. E. DOUGLAS,
A constant supply ol pure Nitrous Oxide
(las, for the painless extraction of teeth, at
the Dental Itooms of Dr. Douglas, successor
to nr.A. M.Austin, Kighth street. Mtf
NEW LIVERY STABLE
HITWEIM WAHU'lf AVBKUK AND WALMU1
Dr. H. F. rields Informs tnapubllo that h lis
on the Borlhwt aids of Tsnth street ss ata
lllsHUblas will befiualsbad with uene tut th
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at a.
hours of the day and night with safe teams
on toe lowest terms. .
Dr. rields asks a share ofpublicpatronsi'e
ud will endeavor to merit it by fair deslfuu
aud strict atUutlon to busJ 6
Our Homo Advprtisors.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
flKIl till 1KTS.
DEALERS IN FI OUR
And Am.1- of
OIIIO HIVHIl AMll KAMAWIIA
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
MILLER 4 PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, otc,
AGENTS torn KAIRBANK'S .SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIKO. ILLINOIS.
COFPEY. PACK & CO.,
I1 O H W A K II I N U
-A H Ii
FLO UK AND COUNTRY l'KOOIJOE
KM AHI.INlir.il IH.13.
J. O. MATUEWSON,
And Agent for
IlA';.p,n xm DuroNT I'owiiek Co,,
AUGUSTA, (1 A.
S.I). A YStHD.
AYKR3 & CO.,
F Xj o xj -r,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ouio LcviE, Caiiio, Ills.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and Commission
prep ire I to lonvard all kinds of frel;
tu all poluts.
arUuslnesK attendad to prompUr;
PK TKlt C U 11 L,
Nu. HO OHIO I.KVEK,
3-'J0 tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD UITTBNHOU8K & HRO
General CommiHiiiori Morobin
181 OHIO LKVM
Our Homo Adyertisera.
Wotarii Public. No. Pub. aad tf. B. Oom
F1HE, HULL. CARGO, LIVE 8T00K
- .IS.Md.SOl H
NOH1II AMKItlOA, HA,,'
1 - ..t!,7M,oon HO
" - Il.TSI.HS S
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
'" - . I,351,SS
- I4IS.S73 Ss
' IUS.J7S t
AMKIIICAH GHNTltAU Mo.,
Aasst SS0,OOU,lu (Ml
TKAVKI.K1W, HAHTKOIll), I.IKU AMI
Siisti., , sl,Vi,ii 0
Hill. IS A r lAH.1K.NilKH4 ASUtlltANUK
Aftt.lv - mi,(hio Ou
A-fl V.yi.ttl I"
MAPKOKD, MORRIS k 0ANDKK,
71 tltilo f.nvr.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAGARA, V. Y.,
Asai-I' - II.4V.-10
OKHUAN1A, If. T.,
At'tr - l,s,711 7S
IIANOVSK, N. Y.,
ASSrtS ... M..M. 7'iS ttt 00
Htl'UIILIC, M. Yn
ts - .77 1.V'ii 00
Comprlrln llic Underwriters' Asenoj,
TOHKKUH, H. T.,
Assals SIS I'l
istats ...... ......IM. US
miEux.i'e ruML, a. r.,
BEODHITT, .1. T. VtARIKK,
Hloiri, IhrelhaK", Furniture, Uulls and Car
Kotm, insured ut ralea m (as oraMa m sound, ptr
mio?Lt aecurltr will warrant.
I respwtfullj ak of the ottiiacsol Ca.
harpoi their t'tioD((i). L
TKDTONIA L I V K INSURAN0K
OF OUIOAOO, ILLINOIS.
(Jem r'L.OrricK, Wasiiimoton St.
This German l.lfo Innurancu (Vmipan)
guarantcea not only l'aid.up 1'ollcles bin
also a Value In Cati on the Noii-forfeltiire
JOHN A. HUOK, - - . President
U. KNOUELHDORF, - . - (Secretary
JOHN' W. l'RUKSS,
AKcnt for Cairo and vicinity.
SKCTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Life Insuranco
anil blck Relief by weekly dues and mill ml
co-operation in objects of public benefit.
The I.llo LDturaiice Policies will lm issued
by the Teutonla Life lusurutice Couipituy.
II. MKYEKS, I'rocidont.
JOHN W. PRUESS, Au't.
for Cairo and Vicinity
HOIST- AXIS "Ull KM.
And buy your
BOOTS -A.1TD SHOE S
JL J ON IiS,
Cor. Truth alrl sasscl Commerrlal A
I am now prepared to inuniilactiiro a!
sprliifj atyles. such as patent leather, inoimco
buck anil calf-skin boots, tihoes. with bos
toe., cork and pump soIch, Scotch bottoms
and bevel ede or any other stylo you wish
1 am alio maiiufucnirin); mi iixtm ipiullt)
of ladles' shoe. My inuteriiil and work'
inauihlp are wurrautcd to be of the liOKt. I
am determined to not bo undersold lor tin
same quality of Ood-.
Repairing ilium iiently and on shnn
notice It. (Ionkh.
WI IS KM ANU 1.IUOOHH.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, kp eoaataotly on hand a moat cum
plate stock ut
BOOTOU AMD IBlfin WIIIHKIHB
-O I N H ,
Port, Madoria,8horryand Catawba 'Wines
21' xPiy1 .c,0 ,8ro ,al''0 "Knnta lor Ppcn
Urge stock Is kept constantly on haiul at
utly on IniiHl at
WIIITK COLLAR PLANING MILL
" WAI.TKKH, rroiirlsilur,
HARD and SOFr LUMBER
LATII, 8UINOLE3, CEDAR POSTd
DOORS, SA8I1, BLINDS
Furnished on shortest notice,
Cowmercinl avoiiuo, betwoon Tonth and
Our Home Advertiaerg.
J ssrtrl slirjl II, 111,
CITV NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO
A. U. SAKKOKD, l'rosidcnt;
u. HYMl.oi', riecretary anil Tiuaaurer
. M. llmoi.it,
. 11. OtKiiauutii,
J. M. I'Hiilirs.
m, r, iiauii.it,
llciioaltauS hut Ansouut Kswflvrillrism
'aTaatsn atAaraCaa f fsMSaratawta
ssi I'ssss ajfi Ol USii
LNTKKKHT paid on dnpoaltii al Ihe rain nf en
psreect. r annum. Match lataud H,mn..
Iwr 1st, Intret not withdrawn Is tdded lunit.
diately tolls irmciml of the duponits, Ihtrebf
Klrlntf Ihoiii coiiiunud Intxieat.
alAHHICl) WOSIEN AMD ClllLIibCN MAY
O THAT Nil OK a Ull CAN buiW IT.
Oueo ijtetr bulnf dnr fruiu Va.in. u, S n.m..
and HatuMa .an tut HA VIM) IJKruHTlt.
only, flooi 6 In So cloi'k.
auun w. lliai.ur. Tf f miirfir.
THE CITY NATIONAL
Ul A..IM tC
W. f. If ALLIllAY. ITiildn.l;
It EMIT L. I1A1.I.IDAV. Vic-I'r Urol
A. H.MAKKOIll), Ciuhlerl
wAI.I'lLlt UTol.Or. Aid. '.la Uti'iirr
HuatsTaiiou, Kusibt II, Oi'hnliaia,
IIr I.. UaludaT, W, 1. llALLiuir,
Hac L. WiLLimaoa, Hiaraan lliab
A. U. HirrDuv,
Larliaiatisn, Colsa and VssltMl r4(lr
llonda Boasiht susd ssoldi.
IiKPO-llTH recaUrd, and
a Rtnrral Laaklni
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
SS r JA I MO.
It. W. .Mll.l.KH, l'rerldent.
.1, M. l'HILi.ll'.i. Vlcc-I'rei'lili'lit.
Chad. CU.n.ninoiiam, Cashier.
OOLLKOTIONB PROMPTLY M-a.UK.
EXOIIAMOK, cola, hank notrs and Uaitad
Htataa accurltlra bontht and auld.
IrslnrMt a.1 In wl an Tlm Drpoalla.
BKMIS, HROWN k CO.,
Aiients Home Cotton Mills
NO. tn Ohio Levee, Cairo. Ills.
MAN UF ACTOR V
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail.
OOK.NElt 32D-HTIIEET AND OHIO LIVE
J. I. SSASf lll.tC
l'ARKKR A RLAKK,
WALL TAPER. PA1NTP,
ntS', Hxsialsir, Cliiaollrir.,
And ihu oslahrated illumluniln
iiKOsH'LUir.umo cop Htu ut. . oo
Oaiho - . Illinois,
WARD St ROHKRTS,
Dxalkui ix Window Shapes,
Wall Pai-eh, Poue White
Leap, Li.vpied Oil
Sl'IUITS TUKI'ENTINK, Ql.llE
Shellac!, Alooiiol, Etc., Etc.
Washington avcntlo and Klevcnth stieet.
Caiiw, . . . Illinoi
NKW YORK STOitp;,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAHQEIT VAHICTT STOCK IV TUX UITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner f Htaatyesslli alreatiisid Com
C. O. P ATI Kit
Inlorms tho public- that ho basoneaceu tho
services of a l;-'ias VaKon makeraud
alu. n Klnt-CIaSS UOrSO Hlinur nn.l la
to manufacture and epairall kinds of work
in this trade with upnlr mid dispatch,