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TIME CARD.
ILLINOIS OKNTHAL KATOAD.
ntilNfl L7AVK CAU
Mall at 'i:" a.u Daily.
KXpreMt. i !l:"0 p.w.. "
freight -.... 4:CX) .in.,. .exeept Sunday
Freight at.... lLM a. '
KralHbt at . . p.tn.,... " "
IMIV ATCAIIIO.
Mall t -!,r' a" Ua"y
Kxure-1,1 'i:0r' P w xcof,t snly
p.r,ntt ,ll:l! u.lil.,... .except Monday
weight t .....7:10 in., except .Suutliiy
t-'relxht t lo.ro p.w
loS MT-tf. .1 amkh .Iohnsox, Agent.
THE (JAIJtO AND VINOKNNKS
KAILItOAJ).
oiianuk r riat:.
On and lter Sunday, K brum y 'Jtl,
trains will rou an fotlowi:
OOINO NOIUII.
I'.ii-eni'er. Freight.
f'atro, leave '.' a.m. .'Ma,)!,
.Moiimi oily, h ive risi-i " :,x "
ieiinj, leaw i:l.'l ' 8:7 "
JlariUliurf. Iinw H: lit :4.1 "
.Norrla City, hae 0:l."t " Mi imi.
Curinl, nnlve ti:."iO 'Jiili
('arnil. leaw 10:00 4:l.iA!U.
(irjwtillp, lrae 10:10 f(iv "
l on nt ( :irmcl.li'avc..,.ll:i-i 7:ih "
1 1 1 r 1 1 1 . leave P.M. jc'Jii '
fi,.v.M..liiiifilc.ii,unlc.lJ::t:i
noixo Kot.'in.
r.in( r,
. .v.m,
. 7rr. .
. Ufa "
r.rtlsht.
..V.M..Iuiittloit, leave,
Viiiremiea. eae
Mount 'arincl.li ai',.,
(rayvllle. li-awi.... ...
arnil, arrive
( .irinl, leaw
Nnrrl- City. leave ... .
HarrMiiirpli, leaie. ...
A I' lina. leave,
.Mound Cilv, leave
C.ilrn, arrive
.7:00 l-.M.
10:17 "
ne "
a.m.
7:ts
.1ll.fl
.10:1(1
,li:i::
ii:IO
1:17 l-.M. U:l.'i l
i!:ia " :i:lo
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MOUND C1TT ACCOUMCVATION,
Leave Cairo at 11:30 a.m. and Mil p.tn
Leave Mound City at l'JAIp.in. audi!:IO p.m.
I'ri'l;rlit train atop ocr nl-lit at ('aniiit
run from there ;n mixed train, leaving at
fXi a, in.; leaving Vim-cuiif at 7 p.ln. the
t.iuii' ctciiln f'r return trip.
roNNKCTIOSl".
At Cairo with the MIN-lppl 1 . Mitral,
Sloliile anp Otilo. fur all Hiint mit; aim,
Arlan-a and Te.a-, fur all UU In ArKati
and Tr.va.
At VIuccnni: IndiaiiapolWand Vlnienner
railway forInillsuapoll and all points north,
flit ami wen: with Kvamvlllo and Craw-
lordsv lllc railway forKvaiualllc.Tcrra Haute,
Danville, Chicago and nil point north, eat
audWett; with Ulilo ami 31 l-l!--l ljl Mil
way for fit. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati and
all uoiuU cant and wct.
At Norrla City iro-in;; the Spllntitlil
anu Illinois botiinea-icrti railway.
L. W. I'ai.hkk, Uen'l Bup't.
K. 1. Wh."wk. Oon'l l'aiseritior, Act.
.-7-ltf
CAIRO, ARKANSAS AND TEXAS
AND CAIRO AND 1IJI--TON
RAILROADS.
The hLorlCft and only direct route from
c'alru to .lackonport, Little Hock, Hot
ripriiigi, Fulton, and ull point In Arknai
nd the Southwcut.atid (ialveiton, Houston,
Dalian, Austin ntul all point" In Tcxa
I'WKI.VK 1IOUUS IN AllVANCK OF
ANY OI UKi: UOtM'K.
ThrouKh tickets through bl!l of lidlng,
and Information an to freight rite, pa
tender lirf, eonnertloit", utc, ean tie oli
talned at the couipanyN ttlco In Winter'a
Mock, cortier ol Seventb Mreet and Cutu
nierclal avenue.
Ilaekt Milt eall at private resilience and
bottli for peni?er, hen urdern are lult
!u tluio.
Kiraut Pullman palace aleepln. t r on
ail higlit train.
Trains run dally, (Sundayji oxeeptcdjfrotii
:ho Cairo Oltlce ai lolluws :
CliahLKnroN' ACCOMMOIIAIION.
Urate. JrecnUeldV ,.n:S.T a in an. I :u'ii.m.
Arahe atdii'tnlield'o 9:17 a in andSM p.iu.
Kl'ltKfS lll'NS I1.1II.V
Leaven (IrctiilieldN . .. U00:p. ill,
Arrive at Oreenlield'H 1:10 p.m.
l. A xr K I I.. rtilflf Kiu;Iiilit.
1NTEW ADVERTlaEMENl'S
1 IMI Bill
OF
11 hWi hmH Socieiy
Will lie t'lven on WVdiie-ihy Kvcnlng net,
April nil, i
IT SCHEEL'S HALL.
Tim iinnn'pinf ill have made lull niTanue-
menu for the occasion, mid they ufc-urn all
who may nttend, a pleasant tlinu and a eov
Jlal reeention.
Mui-le will l.o fimiMicd by l.lciiberg
rliiiijf lianil. Tlekeli- ti.
I). .1. C.ALi.in (M. 1
.loii.v M. Mohan, V( umiultlec.
W. II. STONKII. I
lli-l..V
a.AWYKttN.
WUiLlAM J. AIJjKN,
A'l'J'OItNEY AT LAW
'(JAIKO, ILLINOIS.
Ottnovor Klrwt National bank. 3-10-8m
HAMU14L- 1'. WHKKLKtt,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAN
OAIHO, ILLINOIS.
Otllce over Klrt National bank. 8-liam
Johu H.Mulkoy. WUlam CMulkey
MULKKY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OAIWO, ILLIN01B.
OUice: Klghth utreot, betweon Commer
slal aud Waflilnglon avenuct.
Ml tf.
ttKEEN & aiLUEKT,
ATTOKNBYb
COUNBKLOBB AT LAW,
William II. Oreen, 1
William K. Ollbert, V
Milear.Oilkort, J
CAIBO, lLMNOIH.
V-Hpeatat otUntlon Ktreo to Admlraltr aftd
tlainioa uihihwdi
VFII1M oni0I.HVHM,M0Olll T AD B OVW
.'ITVWAWinWAT.
I'QR BALK.
Two Hattorios of two Hoilort. each 24
feet long, 4 2 Inch Dram, U 14 inch Fluoa
with Qro fronta. Mud and Steam drums
ttafoty nnd Mud valves, Chimney and
Utltchlu. all completo and In
urat-olati
ardor!; boon used only three months. V
price, etc, Inqulr ol J. T. Kennie,
For
0-13-tf.
Vulcan Iron Works.
Ik
JOHN U. OBERLY EDITOR:
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
NEW YORK.
Coiiveiition of Muster Me
cIiadIcm. Grain Receivers and Railroad Agents
Hob-Nobbing.
AN ABSCONDING I NS1'HAN('K
.OFP1CKK.
MABTCFl Mf.rilAMca.
.NlW TOKK, April 7: At H matiuK tf
matter niecbanln and all Kioto interatted
In tbe :onitru:tlon of buildlngt, thlt af
ternoon, retolutloni werepuKbd to the of-
feet that on and aftor the tlrst of May
they tUould not employ any man who
wouiu not lia witting 10 work ten nourt n
day.
(IIIAI.V KECKIVK1M AS3 IUII.HOA1I AflKNTlt.
A meutini; of railroad freight agunti
and grain receiver! wat held to-day at
produce exchange, when n plan for
(aci)itittlnt; tbe delivery and receipt of
grnln wai luhtnitted by II. T. Kceuland,
Tho plan tett forth tliat it it (julto im
poniblo that any lyttcm of grain ttorai;u
at tho termini of rallroadt will fully meet
tho reipjlremonlt of trade as it dott nt
Chicago and Milwaukee. It it propoii'd
to ettabllili in .New jork graut or In
tpeclion for nil car rain and to amend
tho fourth luctiou of ruio ninetien
aa fullowt, vir. : All veil el carrot
brought from Ilutlatoor Erie tball to de
livered to consignee In boat loadt without
Inipection and unmixed with other grain
It arriTinc in tnmcieni quantities to make
it practicable 10 to deliver; otherwiio to
bo graded the tame at the grain received
by rail tubjrcl to impaction, iwo clatiei
or gradei of ipring wheat tbould, it 11
urged Lo eitablihbed ono to be known nt
.Now York Inipection iprmg wncat, con
formable to what 11 known in thit market
at Chicago wheat, and anotbor cltsi,
known at Norlhwoit ipring wheat, con
formable to the standard of Milwaukee
and Duluth, each with itt variout quali
tieiof 123, etc. The salutation of iloU
ciency. it it luggetted in tho delivery of
grain, lie In tho grade. A delivery of
any wheat of tho tame grade at that eon
ligned, ihould be permittud
to A cortidcatu of iuch
car of whoa, stating itt weight and
quality, should accompany a return, tor
that quality ana graue. inn return inouiu
be a negotiable Initriment, tho grain be
int dolivorabio only on its surrender and
caucllatlon. Thi railroad compir.iei
act hi bailers of all tbe property, and
having a right to poit cargoet at out ot
condition, when they are so in faot by
reason of too long holding on board. 1 he
plan met with the approbation of the
inoeting, and a eommittee of grain re
ceiver! and (might agents will be ap
pointed to consider and report upon it.
AD.-l('oNIII).
Oliver T.Searini;. late secretary of tho
Montana Insurance company,of llrooklyn,
left iiiddotily for California teveral days
ago. and it a defaulter to tbe amount of
ten thousand dollar, expended on works
of nrt, curiositiei and literary treaauret.
Thev have bn turned over to the com
pany, which will, however, hardly cover
more than half itt loll,
CRIME.
Miinlerod in a Bar Room,
OTHER CRIMINAL MATTERS.
Sax FuancidlH), April 7. Miebiiol r-a-
ber wnt shot aud iuttnutlv killed in a sa
loon on third strout to-day rour men
wore in tho room At tho time and all uiade
tlilur oicapu. lt.ls not known who Cred
tho fatal shut.
CATHOLIC WEST SE.NTKXOLD.
llov. Father Powers, a Cathollo prictt,
who committed such an outrageom as
saiutaud battery on Mrs. Hello llrown,
wat convicted In tho police court 'this af
ter4ioon and will bo sentenced to-morrow
morning.
KSCAl'KII.
Coi.UMiiUj. Onto, April 7 .lorry Wil
liams, a convict sent tu the penitentiary
from Huron uouniy lor granu inrceuy,
eicaped to-day from a squad of convict!
at work in waruen iiarr a yaru.
FOREIGN.
Marshal Sarrano Before Bilboa.
Matihid. Anrll 7. Marihal Sorrano
baa begun ft furious canonado on the Carl
itts position before Ullboa. Hit Uro it
.int rnturnea. ijiireu iiumuvi. w
Carllstt aro deserting. II U expected
Sarrano will wako a grand astault very
toon.
MEMPHIS.
Memphis. Anrll 7. Judeo Harry S
Loe, former judge of tho law court and
at nrosont chairman of tbe board of al-
itormcn. died to-dav of consumption.
Louis Marks, a boot ana tnoe ueaior on
Main streot. tued out an injunction to-day
restraining tho bank from paying Bolo-
mnn Toube. hit nartnor. SI 8.000 drawn In
tho Louitvillo lottory, on the grounds that
Toubo purchased the coupon with tlrm
money.
" DAYTON.
Dayton, O., April 7. The Mayor and
l'olico Coramlstionert havo dirooted a
iinniii. ihoited i'iin at tho Crusaders and
Kalnonlats. The proclamation requlrci
the nollco to keen women away from tbe
talooni in bonds and to enforce tho State
laws igalnst liquor tolling, lloth parties
are intently excitea.
SUFFOCATED
Boston, April 7. Uy tht burning of a
small wooden dwelling houie in Cam
bridge, to-day, Margaret Morrlte.a widow
and tlok of fever and Isabella White,
aged lil woro suffocated.
TUGBAPHe
ctairo
CAIRO, WEDxXESDAY. APRIL 8 I84.
WASHINGTON.
-
Sanborn Htlll ltef'ore the
liuinhltors. Z
A Brief Cabinet Meeting.
Secretary Richardson lias not, and
Don't intend to Resign.
The New French Minister.
HtK aHAMU0KN INHL'IStTtOK.
Wabhinutox, April 7. John D,
San.
born wai before the committee on ways
and meant to-day and was crois-examlned
for several hours, but without anything
of Importance being elicited. liettlllde
e11n tu . Jillod atatemont of Els
cxpondlturei. All etrorts failed to make
him admit anything that would connect
Uon. llutlor or any other member of con
grcu with hit contracts. Uo either de
nied that Uutlor had givon advice or the
favor of hit influence, or antwtred ho did
not rtrnember it.
CA1IINET MEKTIN'G.
Tlier? wai a brief cabinet settlon to-day,
all the department! except tho war de
partment being ropretonted, but no busl.
neit of importance wat before the meet
ing. Socretary Hichardion laid immodi
atuly altor aJJournment, that bo had not
resigned and did not intend to.
ritESf tt uixrsTKR.
Tho new French Miniiter to-day prc
lentcxi hii cradentiali to the president.
POLITICAL.
Thorough Democratic Triumph
Connecticutt.
111
Cincinnati Rolls np a 5,000
Majority-'
COI.UMMUK
UoLtMUL, Ohio, April 7. Tho Demo
cratic majority in tlili city is about ono
thousand. The counsil is Democratic by
a large majority.
(OSMKfTICt'TT.
II aiitkokh, April 7. InKemall't tmjor
it v in this Statu it not far from '2.100.
The tenato ttanJi 17 Democrats to i Rn
publicani, and the Houie 143 Democrats
toQC llenublicani, two Independant.
A lfEAVf VAJOktTV.
Cincinnati, April 7 The Ddmoeratlc
malorlty in Cincinnati will be about At
tbouiand, in a vote of about 28,000, full
TOto or tbe city is about 3)1,000.
Cl.tVELANIl IlKMOCKATI.I.
Cleveland, Ohio, April 7. Heturnt
from all tbe wards ot tlili city but one
tliow a heavy Democratic gain. In the
council the Democrats gain 4 members
and lose one. The Democratic candidate
for Dolice commissWnor was ulecled by
over 3,000 majority, a net Republican lo.i
over Wi of
HOW IT WENT IN MILWAUKEE.
Milwaukee, Wik., April 7. At the
city election to-day Hariiton I.udington,
an Independent ltepubllcan, was elected
Mayor by seven bundrml majority over
F.dward ()MI, a Democratic nominee,
In manr towns and cities tba state 'iiioi
tion of license or no license was Involved.
In such placet adviset indicate tbe liconie
ticket it generally tucceiiful whero parly
linet are drawn. Itoport gaini genurally
reported.
VAN WERT, OHIO.
Van AVert, April 7. The election to
av to decide the quetiou of whliky or
no whiiky resulted in tho election or tue
temperance ticket by an overwhelming
majority. Tuo menus ot temperance are
holding a masu meeting to-nigut to ex
press joy at tbo result.
PROBABILITIES.
Wasiiinqton, Apail 7. Vor New Kn
gland states, partly cloudy weather, an
iiflitlj variable winut win prevail ou
Wednesday.
For Middle states, partly cloudy weatlio
and liebt to fresh winds mostly from tho
East.
For South Atlantic and liult states
oast of Mississippi, cloudy and rainy
weather, with fresh to brisk toutli to east
winds.
For Tonnetsee, Lower Ohio Valiy and
Mississippi, cloudy and rainy weathor,
with east to north winds.
For Lako recions. partly cloudy
wnrither. and occasional rain, winds shllt
W to aouth and cast, A rain storm will
probably move oast
or northoast from
southwest,
SAN FRANCISCO.
San Fiuncisco. April 7, Tho British
shin Durham, from this port to Quoeni
town, wat totallv wrecked near Varlata
No livos were lost and n vessol wat dlf-
natched to the rollef of the crew reniftln
ingon the vesiel.
Uantuin nailing orougut tuo nows oi
wreck to Tablta in an opon uoui witu
oight of the crew.
CURRENCY.
Chicago, April 7. The board of trado
to-day adopted resolutions asking con
gress not to adopt any legislation which
will result in an incrouio of the volume ot
papor currenoy, and appealing to tho pres
ident in caie such legislation shall bo
adopted by congroia to interpote hit
voto.
THE INDIANS.
New Ohleanh, April 7. A Ban An
tonlo special to the Galveston Nows saya :
On the night of the 27th ultimo a party
of Indians from tbe resorvatlon fired Into
a company of soldlors noar Fort Sill. Tho
troops returned tho fire, and from the
bloody trail and a war bonnet found tho
following day it is belioved sovoral of tho
Indians were sovorely wounded.
KAULBOCH.
Munich, April 7. William ICaulboch,
the celebrated historical .painter, it suffer
ing from an attack of cholera, which it is
foarol will provo fatal.
I JJANQUET.
I Cincinnati, April 7. Tho plonocr,,.
loclatlon celebrated tho annlvuriary ollu
, settlement of Ohio to-day.
Hon. George li. Pendleton givet an ci
tertainuitint at hit residence to-night tt
tue members 01 me constitutional con
vontlon and tho Ohio leglilaturo a large
Muu.uur ui wuum aiienueu
ItlVEIt NEWS.
l'lTTsutri'.o. April 7. liivor about on
a stand with 3 feet six Inclios In tho chan
nel. Weather clear and pleasant.
Naiiiville, Agril 7. Ulver rirlng
rapidly with 18 feet 8 Inehet on iboalt.
A eather cloudy and damp. No arrival!
oi departures.
Little IIock, April 7. Klver falling,
11 foot 6 Inchei by gauge. Departed
Ashland, for above. Weather rlmr and
raining.
VlCVMlUIlO, aptll 7. ITp 0hn
Howard, Capitol City. Down Oily nf
Alton.Sam Halo and barges aid Nalcher.'
Weather cool. Klver rising,
Cincinnati, April 7. Arrlvod Char
mer, Evantvillo; Jai. D. 1'arKcr, Mom
phis. Departed It. It. Hudion, AVhecl
ingi l'at l'.ognrs, .Memphis; Ktpornnza,
St. Louis. lUver 17 foot and falling.
LoflaviI.LK, April 7. liivor about on
a stand with scant 'J feet in tho canal and
7) In the chuto. Wnitther clear and very
pleasant. Huiiness active. Camilla from
Nashvillo, .Sam Kobortt and tow parsed
down; Hodman, Lioness and Tom daipcr
are duo from below. Tho Fred Wilion
and barges losvo for .New Orloant to
night. 21kmpiiii, Tk.sk., April 7. Tho J. W.
Cheek and Quickstxp will hereafter run
in tbe Memphis and Whito river trade,
leaving Tuesdays and Saturdays. Wcath-
r cloudy, wcit and cold winus. Jtivcr tell
Inches. Arrived Andy iiaum, uincin-
ati. Departed-.I. W. Check, Whito
ver, lielie Lee, laat night, St. Loulf,
Fannie Lewes, Hed river, W. F. Curtis,
nd Thompson Donn, Cincinnati.
New Oblkans April 7. Tho crevaiie
n Ilavou Lufouchn is throo miles abovo
Iiadaax instead of below hi nt llril re
ported, it occurred on tbo Ilragg planta
tion. Tho break is already HGO feet wido
and 14 plantations aro submerged aud the
water is spreading rapidly. Arrived
,1 11 .Maud, alompuii. Departed Mitch-
11, Cincinnati; Ueeand barges, Sulo Sli
er, bt Louis, ltivor risen .i niches in
tho lust 21 hours, 1! inelie below high wa
tor marl:. AVcatlier damp and rainy.
Sr. I.oi'i!, April 7. ArriveJ Clinton,
Heeds Landinir, (Irund Tower, .Memphis;
Mary Alice, Now Orleans; Hullo of La-
croMC, Lacrosse; iron .fountain una
Hrown, Cairo; llobb, liexling; Kob
l!ov, Keokuk; linker, Illinois lliver; Citv
ofVicksburg, Vieksburg; St. Luke. .Mis
souri river. Uoparlisl Savanna, nil-
Hudii-; Hob Hoy, Keokuk; Commoo
WoaUh, tlw Orleans; Laura imvii,
Nashville; Diilluqua, Heeds Lauding.
Kiver falling alowly. Weather partially
clear and cold, Tuoateauier AUeuet lias
been sold by l'ilagoie, aud a barge to tbe
St. Louis Alton and Grafton Transporta
tion Co , for 70,000.
MARKET REPORT.
New Oiileans, April 7. I'ork held at
Tify.lH 00 otl'urs ol 17 td refusml
Ilaui.i senren and advanced at l.tfal.tl
Sugar fair demand, fair to good fair 03(H)
7J, prime B(u)8J. Molasses quiet, t;ood
ceiitrllugal -lti; tnir roboiled r. I, inmo
0raj72. vvuisKy dull, l.olli-luna Hi; Cm
cinnati 1 00. ('urn iiiual llrmur ut t U0,
Others uncbangod.
Cincinnati, April 7. Flour llrmor,
AVheat 1 .'!!1 :i7. Corn CJoT7. Oats
dull and lower 4P.r,5l liyo steady 105
Harly dull and unchanged. Ilullor steady
Chee.o scarce and tlrm, 1'ork tteady,
sates 17. Lard strong, steam 'J. Uulk
meats tlrm. Shoulders 0. Clear rib 8J
Hj. Hacon strong, shoulder CJ, clear
ribftj. Clear 0J9J. Whisky quiet, 93.
MKMl'llls, April 7. Flour dull and
nominal. Corn meal quiet n T.0, Corn
in fair demand and advanced 80C8e,
Oats quiet and unchanged. Hay still',
timothy 22 00. liran llrm 24 00. I'ork
exeltod and higher, held 17 HO. Lard
firmer i)510Jc. Hacon strong, shoulder
7J075; sides 93lOJ.
Ciiicaoo. Anrll 7. Wheat demand ac-
tlvoand advancod, No 1 spring 1 -S; No
'2 1 22 f pot or April, 1 Vtl -May; No 3
1191. Flour stoady. Corn steady, No 2
mixed C2c; regular 01; strictly froth spot
02. Oats ttoady, No 2 -i:i. llyo steady
No 3 90A, Harlev in fairilomaud and ad
vancod, "No 2 1 6ill 68; No. 11 341 5.
Fork excited and higher at the opening
and stoady at close, sulci wero Hi 6SJspot
10 CC10 ys May, closing with Inside
prices. Lard tlomand flair and advanced
7 1171 tpot fi 7fl May. Hulk meats stoady
and unchanged, no tales. Whieky quiot
'J2J'.l3e.
New Voiik, April 7. Flour shado
firmer and light tuporllno westorn 0 70
(1 20; common to good 0 30G CS; good
to choice ( C0r, 80. Whito wheat CfTT
C 80; No 2 Chicago spring 1 Bfil 67,
Iowa and Minnosota rjirini; 1 iOficl CI.
Uyo scarco and Arm 1 051 08. Harloy
hoavy and iowor. Corn, closed heavy
and lower, now wostorn mtxeu hjbi;
mlxod and yellow westorn 88)90; old
vrnilern mlxnd ann vnllow 88(rft91J. Oatt
firm, western mlxod G0CM2. Coll'oo dull.
Sugar ihado oaaior. -Molasioi quiet ond
unchanged, i'ork active, now mess 17 00
spot and April 17 2017 25. Hcofun
chanced, middles fiulot. long oloar OJ;
tbort cloar PL Lard tlrm, primo steam
lOJfuilO 2.1C.May. AVhisky more nctivo
at 'JO.
COAL
c. c. c. c.
CAIIIO CITY COAL
aojvr::F.A.irv,
in prepared to supply customers with tho
beta quality ol
PITTSBUHfi AND ILLINOIS
COAL
OltDKHS lelt at llallldiiy Hro. olllco. pit
Ohio Levee, or at the Coal anl bolowtuo
tit. Cliarlea llotel.wlll receive pronipt atten
lion. Tho Tuo "Montauk" will bring ooal
longtido to steamora ut any hour.
mlleftn
OFFICIAL PAPER
HIT NTORK1
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE flllOOEll,
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P.fiinW MFPP.HANT
Anil DcHUr In
BOAT STOR.ES
No. 7B Ohio Levee, CA1U0, ILLS
tTTHiiectal attention given to eon-lim-
un ia anil llllint! order'. tl
SAM WILSON,
lii:u,i:n in
BOAT STORES
Groceries, Provisions, tic,
3NTo. ILIO Oiiio Iiovoo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
RMJUAttt'K
INSURANCE.
'!TAUUSHKtl l-S.'lS.
Sallbrd, 3Iorris & Candee,
T NriU U ANCK AfJRNTS,
5 Ohio Lovcc, City National I'.ank
Uuililiiij, (Jai no, Ii.i.m.
I'lie ohlcM (;t:iblished Agency in s.ulliein
I 111 lepn-i'iiting titer
$05,000,000.00.
of the l.p-t lu-ur:iiici! Capital ol tin1 t. S
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance
Accent
orrici:.
Ohio Leveo, over Matbus & UlilV.
tray-Voiie
hut jint-ra$ Compun!)
MIITdHKKN
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
And Di-al.T In
FRESH MEATS,
Kkiuth Sthuet. iikt. Wahiiinoton ahh
Co.MlKiiclAl.,AVE.adjoiiiliig llmmy's.
ICeep- the lie-l of Href, Fork, .Million, Veal,
Limb, Sausage, etr., and i piepaied to
M l c liiuillit's ill a iii i eptabl.! inalillrr.
HYLAND St, SAUR,
BUTOH HSXS,
And Dealer In
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
(if every ilcerlptlon,
Tor,
lOlliMi'eet mid Coiillili'l-lal Avenue,;
.Set door to the 1 1 l.unl Salonn.
Oaiho, Illinois.
JAS. KYN ASTON,
BUTCHER.
And Dealer 111
AMi KINDS OF RtKSII -M HATS
Near Cor. Twontioth Stroot and
Commercial Avenue,
OAIHO, ILLINOIS
MIMIIKH.
White Collar Planing Mill
N. H AI.IXUS, 'riiirletr.
m;ai.i.k in
HARD & SOFT LUMBER,
A.NK
SIi'iiikIoh, Cedar Posts, Doorn,
Hatdi, IHiuils.
onnr.its hoi.iiti:i.
Stoauilioat Lumbor i'uruiblied on short
ti -t notice.
Commcitliil Avi'., Iiet. lOlh iintl 11th
OAIEO,
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
suiuniHNioN m:hiiian tm.
PETER CUHL,
v.x li.im:
FLOUR MERCHANT
-NI-
MlIiLEHS' AC1ENT,
ISXo. UO Ollio Xinxroot
- (JAI no, ILLS.
'.. D. .Mall.ll-,
i:. . I I
MATHUSS & UHL,
l''or,inlii1 (ieiieral
Gommission Merchants,
Dealer- In
FI.OIJH, f It A IX, HAY AN J)
WUSTHUN IMtODUCH.
Mill liKVKK,
Oaiiio, tl.T.S
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON,
i-ii. or to ,1liii It. l'liillis
Goncml Coinmission
M-
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Dealeri ill
I AY.
COUN,
OATH, KliOIlH,
MHAL, 15UAN, Ac.
AgcnU for Laflin & Hand Powder Company
cnit, tkntii sr. a oini)i.i:vi:i:,
CAIRO, ILLS.
Wooil Ritlanliouso & Brotlior,
1
(Ir.sr.itAi. (!o.t.Mt!isitis Muukiiast,
13I5 Ohio r.cvei', ('iiiro.
C. CLOSE,
(;i:i:i:i:ai.
Commission A I e rcl i an t
And Dealer In
Lime, C'enii'iil, I'lantur, Hair, Ac.
OHIO LEVEE.
t-Jfi will nil in rar load loin al ni'iuillic-
tun-in prii i". adding freight.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
FollWAIiDlMi
Commission iM'erclmnt
V 1 1 A 11 1: A OA T J'lini'lll KTO It .
Pri'iirojiareil to fiirwanl nil kinds of
l'ruilit to all poiut.i.
JIT I lu line'" utleiided to promptly.
MILLER & PARKER,
General Commission
NII
FORWARDING MERCHANS,
Dealer in
IM.OUli, COUN, OATS, HAY, Ac
Agents Tor l'airliaiik'n Scale.".
OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, ILLS.
W. titration.
T. Itlrd.
STRATTON &, BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers,
Commission Merchants,
AgcutH Ainerieaii Powder Company,
S7 OHIO I.KVXK, CAJKO.
X. II, TlilKtlewood.
1',
.1. Thlitlewood
THISTLEWOOD &. CO.
(ii:si:itAL
Commisssion Merchants,
IKmIcin In
I'lour, Corn, Oats, lfuy, &o.
No. w OHIO 1.KVKK.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
e IBM!
WILSON
-SBUTTLB -
50 Dollars
FARMERS,
MERCHANTS,
MECHANICS,
AND
EVERYBODY
Buy the World-Renowned
SHuUle Sewiticv Macbiae
THE BEST IN THEWORLD
The Highest Premium
was awarded to it at
VIENNA;
Ohio State Fair ;
Northern Ohio Fair;
Amer. Institute, N.Y.;
Cincinnati Exposition ;
Indianapolis Exposition;
St. Louis Fair;
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair ;
AND
Georgia State Fair ;
FOR BEING
The Best Sewing Machines
and doing the largest
and best range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct
COMPETITION.'
53T For Hemming, Fell
ing, Stitching, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, embroid
ering, Quilting, & Stitching
fine or heavy Goods, it is
unsurpassed.
Where we have no Agents,
...a ....ii riAiurnr n nnarnine inr
. . . , , , a
the nricc named above, at the
Purchasers.
Needles for all Sewing
Machines for Sale.
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best Periodicals of the day
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Address,
Wilson SftiiniT Manliinfi do
t i: l r l. i a pj i i m a
IIAHHKMJS.
DANIEL LAM PERT,
TT1 A R 1 1 TriTV A RT. R "RARRE
AND
hair xieebsi:
Klsltth Street, between Wnhhlngtou
Commercial Avenue,
AT'PI'.V'PinM UAPr 1)1, ALE
T1IK
SriNNINd PAPER STOCK
1H Chestnut Street,
NT. LOVin. MO.
7 ct. por lb for Soft Woolen.
:i ..in nnr Hi for Wool CuriMit.
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