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RAILROADS.
TIME CARD."""""'
XiLINOIO CENTRAL UAf.KOAD.
TRAINS LTAVK CAU
". .2:50 .m., Dally.
......'LOU i.IIJ,,,, ,,, '
3J2J4; 4:00 a.m.,. .except Sunday
"' i.....iih.i a.in
Vtlghtt.,... 40 p.m.,...
AIIHIVK ATCAIIIO.
Mall at 2:16 a.m., Dully
KypreM at 2:0ft p.m.,. ...except (Sunday
Freight at IClft a.m except Jloml.iv
irreigm at Tiiu p.m., except Sunday
vreignb ai....l.u:iAi i'.iii '
1M 2-17-tf. Jambs .loiiHsoff, Agrnt.
TIIE CAIRO AND VIN0UNNES
RAILROAD.
CIIAXOK or riMK.
On and alter Sim day, February '21, II
trains will run as follows:
oomo MOUTH.
l'aengrr. Kr-Ilil.
tairo, loavo o:iija.m. rcos a.m.
Mound Ulty, lenvo 6:22 " r,V '
Vienna, leave 0:13 " 8.-U7 '
Harrtsburg, leave M0 11:13
norm uuy, leave B:is " J:3( i-.m.
sjatmi, arrive UtfiO " 2:3., '
Cannl. leave. M 4:46 a :m.
;rayviiie, leave 10:10 " b-M '
Mount Cai-mrl, leave... .llr22 " 7:US
Vlnoenne, leave 12:25 r.M. 0.-2O
0.4; M.Junitloii, arrive.!'.!') "
(iOINU BOUTII.
I'axeenKer. KrelliL
w.rci..iuiciioi, leave., r.i.t a.m.
Vlnoennei, leave.... .. 7:26 " 7fflr.M,
Mount Carmcl.leavo.... H-5.1 " !)?)) "
(Irayville, lcac I':1S " 10:17 "
C'arml, arriv 10:m " 1M "
Carml, leave 10:10 " f!:!6 a.m.
Norrl City, leave 1U:I4 " 7:ld "
llarrlsburgli, leave 11:13 0:10 "
Vienna, leave lfl7r.M. 12:16 p.m.
Mound Cltv, leave 2:12 " 11:10 "
Cairo, arrive 3:H " 3:40 "
mound citt aocom mppatxon .
Lv Cairo at 11:80 a.m. and fcl! p.m
Lsavo Mound City at 12:36 p.m. and 0:10 p.m.
Freight trains liip over night at Cannl;
run fniu: there as mixed train, IcaWug at
Ink., m.iu , ii:avin , iiit-rillies ai I Ji.lll. me
i.iine evening for return trip.
CONXCTH)N.
At Cairo with tlic Jti'dsslppl Central,
Mobile anpOhlo, fur all points rout; Cairo,
Arkansas and Texas, for all poliiU In Atkau
j ami Texas.
At Vlncennen: Indlauapollsand Vlncenncs
railway forlndtinapolls nnd all point north,
tait and went; with Kvansvllle and Craw
lordiville railway for KansilIe,Terra Haute,
Danville, Chicago and all point nortli, cast
and weit; with Ohio and Mississippi rail
way for St. Louis, Loulsvlllo, Clnclnuatl and
all point cant and ft.
At Norrtt City rroini; the Sprlnglield
and liltaolt Boulfieklcru railway.
li. W. I'Ai.wrR, Oua 1 ljup't.
K. P. Wii.. 0nl Parponger, Aitt.
37-13-tf
TIME TABLE.
ST. LOUIS AM) IU0.V MOUXTIAX
AXI) SOUTH KHN KAIMtOAI).
OmiilhUHaarrtvn at and dejiart from the
ofhVc rorner Seventh treet and Commer
cial Avenue ai lo'.lou 1 ;
'llirouuh exprrM, leavta 12 noon, arrive."
IfiQ p. in,
Charlefton Arcommodstlon, leave 00 a.
m , and 2:46 p. m.
ChArletton AccommodaUbii, arrive, 10:.'X)
a. m , and 1:16 p. ui.
Time to ill polnla In Texu anil Arkun
'. HVrNTV-VOUK HOL'llfl I.Vi THAN IlV AXV
OHIKK KOITK.
Time from Cairo to Utile Kock 13 lioun.
To Texarcana 22 houra.
To JenVrxon, Texai, 26 houri.
'I n Marshall 26 hours.
To Shrtvcport, Loulflana, ") hour.
To Dalian, Texas ?A houn.
To Hearae, T:xa. 5H houn.
To llouiton, Texas, 41 hour?.
To (ialveiiton, Tcxai 14 hour.
D. AXTKI.L, Chief Enulnecr.
C W. llKUL'KMnocitu, Agunt, Cairo.
36-6.)-tf.
UilKK
KNTEKPR1SE
'hi rtd Hareti ai, 10'
OITY NATIONAL 11ANK, OA1KO
omcxK :
A. B. BArirORD. PrMdeut;
U. H. TAYLOK, Vlofc-l'rorfdsnt;
11. liYHLOr, BeoruUry and Traiutei
DMU7TOM
r. H. BroaaruTH,
ril'LO.BcUCll,
j. at. miiun,
i3TKHaT paid on decilta al tbs rW, ot ill
paraaat. pcraaaum, March lit and rUptxci
tUU laufaalnol withdrawn la addtodlmroa.
tjlaUly loth prtaotpaj of the dtpoalU, laersby
Iviajr, tham compound lottroat.
klAaUUID WOMW AXU OIIILt(kaU( MAT
DIPOelT MOyT
THE CITY NATIONAL
BAKtC.
UAVIHU, ILMHOIn
0APITAL,
100,000
Wl P. 1ULLIDAT, Presldenti
OEWItr L. 1IALL1DAT, Vloo-I'iesldenl
. B. aiyKOIUt, Oaahler I
WALTER UTHLOP, Asalattn Oaihlsr
Diaactoui
swiat TiTtoa. Roaiat n. t7rMo,
HaaaiL-iUiAiDAT, W. 1'. Daludav,
3 D. wSuTaiio., m BTaeuaa liiu
A. B. Birroan,
Ixibuc, VoUa tuMl UaltXl Htnie
fHtmta BootTtat and fsMsld.
PBPOHITB reoatved,
, knataMa dona.
and a nnoral bmklog
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF OAIatt.
H, W. MIU.KR, rreeldent.
J. M.ViutLiro. Vloe-rrenldent.
CnAB. ctrnmisatiAM, Caahlor.
OOIiLBOTIONfl VUOIIVTLY MADB.
;"An;.a Time 1..PQI
'COFW, HARRISON & CO,
(Successors to D. llurd & Bon.)
AND
Commission Morchants,
.)), UBAIW AMD HAT.
Vo 03 Ohio Iitivoo, OAIUO, ILLS,
gf gatfn lllll ittlleiti v
OFFICE,
JOHN H. 0BERLY EDITOR;
Joseph and Elisha
President GranlProcIuims i
for liaxter.
And
Baxter and his People
Rejoico.
LilTTLK Itocc, May 10 YoiWirday
evonlng Oorornor liaxter iemel tLe fol-
lowlog order:
lIXAU(UAKTKkH.SrATB OP AhKAKSAP, 1
Ultlo itoeic, May 10, 1871. ;
OlNRRAt. Ol'.DKR Ho. 26. Ofllcer and
ooldien of tbo Stato of Arknmaa: J, In-
pirod by true patrlotlim, von haro roi-
pondod to my call to rmlit and put down
by arm! the rnoit Inexcusable and reck
le' alt';ii..it to uium tho government ol
thll itati that over disgraced tbii coun
try, ltegaruieu of your Individual In-
teroitt and of everything but tho public
good, you eamo to tho lupport of civil
liberty In the laco ot ereat and tiornlm.
ing diflicultlei. You have Hood manful
ly at your pou. Your pttlenco and ul-
clplino have only been equalled by your
courage, xou are rvitrnined by your ro
pect for law and peaco from making war
upon tho federal soldiers, who jlood ter-
litently between you and tho ionurcent
force in the capltol. Upon every occnion
when you havo ben ablo lo'rnect tte
public onemiet yu hve been victorioui
and forcoa them to ook protection be
hind tbo federal puni. At length your
valor uud patriotiim aro raw&rded. The
following haa boon received from Wash
ington -
bv 7iu:i'iii:.iiiit:NT oktiii:' aitkh hTATK.s
Of AMKIiICA A 1'KOCl.AMATIOX.
AVllKiEAl". Curtain tllrl.lllpnl nnil ill. nr.
defly ptroua pretending that Kll-ha Uix
ter, the present e.vcciltlvo of Arkansas waa
not elected, have eomblued together wltn
lorec anil arms to relit his .utliorllv a
in. b executive and the other authorities of
said state.
II KKK AH. said llax'er lias been ilnel:ir!
duly elected by the general arreinclv ol
salil state as prowled In the coititutlon
thereof, and ha for a Ion? period been ex-
erci'in' tuc lunctiois of said oats into
which he wai Inducted according to the
eontltutlon and lw of ald Hate, and
ought by lt citizens be considered the law
Jul executive thereof.
YVllRUKAX. It Is Iirovidcd In the rarutiCi.
tlon oi the United ntatea that the I'nlted
Stfltes shall protect other datci. In the union
on application ol the legislature, or or the
executive when the le;tlature cannot bo
convened, ajralnst dorotstlc violence: and,
WllKlteAh, Said Kllsha liaxter, under
section 4 oforticlc 4 of the constitution of
the I'nlted .Slate-, and the laws paed In
pursuance thereof, has heretofore made ap
plication to mo to protect said stato and cit
izens thcreot against dome-tie vlolem ;
and.
WnitHitAri, The general assembly of ald
sta'e convened In extra session at the capi
tal thereof, on tne 11th Instant, pursuant to
a csaimade by said Klisha liaxter; loth
houses thereof have pik.edu joint resolu
tion applying to me to protect the state
against domestic violence; and
Wiikkkah, It UproWdedln tho laws of
the L'nited tsle that la all ease of Insur
rection to thi' laws thereof It shall be lawful
for the president of the I'nlted States, on
the application of the lel-lattire of such
state, or of the e.vejuinc when the legisla
ture cant ot be convened, to employ such
pait of the liLd and naval forces as shall bo
judged neeessary for the j uipoic of the su
pre, -Ion of su h insurrection or causlngtho
.awn to bo dil y executed: and,
Wiikkkaii. a is rcuuircd that whenever
It iiiity be luces-ary in the Judgement of
the president to use military force for the
puriiore aforiikld, ho sbu'l lorthulih by
irHclain.Tt Ion command such Insurgents to
disperse an t retiru peaceably to their
houses Ithlu a limited fine.
Now therefore, f, 1. j. Orant, prcildenl
of the l lined ttate, uo in reiiy make re
clamation ana coinmanu an iiiiuuieiii ri
disorderly pcrsonx to disperse ni .! i tln
pvarcamy to tneir respeeme auoues w .iuiii
ten ds) from this date, and htlealter sub
mit themelvo to tho lawful authority of
said executive and to tiiu other constituted
authorities! of fald e.ceutlc and to tne
other constitucd atlthoritlsh of said state,
and I invoke the aid and co nppoiation nf
all good cltUcns to upliold and preserve the
public peace.
In witness whereof I havo hereunto -st
my hand and caused the seal of the L'nitod
States to be Hlllxed. Dolio at tho city oi
Washington this 1Mb day or -May, In Hie
year or our Lord 1871, and nf the Independ
ence ol thel'nlleil btates the nlnclv-c: nh.
lly the president: I . b. UUan l .
Hamilton Fi ii, Sccret iryef state.
Aa cltlzent and soldiers of Arkantai, 1
congratulato you. lou will sou to it for
the futuro that, ai by your promptneu,
vlcllanco and eood conduct in this city
tho righto of tbocitizeni of our state havo
hoen rescued irom a vuo ring oi tyrants
and thieves, io In tho futuro they (hall bo
preserved and handod down unsullied to
our posterity. Henceforth lot Arkncm
bo tbo homo ot a troo peopio wno Know
their right! and dared to maintain them.
Finally lot ui give tbanki to lbs groat
(iod ot urmlos.wbo hmjblened our cauie.
Lot us remember with gratltudo tbo great
citizen soldier, tho president of the
United btates, who hfii at iongth rocog-
nUod tbo justness of our csuioj and ns
your conduct has been thus far marked
in n most extraordinary degreo by order,
sobriety nnd good discipline, lot not our
friends, the people, havo any cause to con
uro you for any disorder or riot in tbo
moment or victory, xno commanding
gnnoral will soo that thia ordor Is read at
tbo bead of each company at retreat tbii
evening. .i.isiia iiaxter,
Uovymor or Arkansas sou uommanuor-
in-chior.
M. ik'UAf AN, Adjutant Oonoral.
EYCITKMKaT.
Aa 0oou aa it iocamo nnovrn the wild-
ost oxcitomont provallod on tho atroot.
Novor In tho history or Jjittlo Kock was
thoro audi cboorlng and general rejoicing.
It it almost imiiois bio for ono to olbow
hl wav tbrouuu tho oxcitod crowds. Alon,
women ftntl CUIIureu rejuice. oiurea iubi
woto horetoforo cloiod aro oponed; llaga
ara waving, bands playing and tbo people
. - - t - 1 - Ui.. ,!...
uro wild with tnoir .exciamationr,
rorui.Aii.
Tho nreildont and Uttxtoraro luit now
two popular men In the oyes of thopooplo
of Lutlo ltock. llunilreili of pooplo aro
rushing to naxtor a quartern to congratu
late him, ladles ai well aamnn, whtlo ana
colored. Ton thousand enpios nf tbo pro
clamation aro now bolng prlntod in extra
form Dy tho Gazelle, nnd the ollleo is bo
alcgod with pooplo to got hold nf a copy.
Just rocolyod at U. Itockwoll &
Co.'s ft now stock ol Walnut parlor
brckots, wall pocketa, towell racks, hang
tng basketa, aterooscoplo vlow boldora
and hut racka, all lor falo at roaucoa pri
ces. a--C-7-ot
23TTXiXi32,riiT STTXXi rITO -
WASHINGTON.
dipt. Ends before tlio Coin-
inllteo on Iiiiilroiuls
and Canals
Tho Soiiato Finance Bill to
Como before the Houso
on Monday'
iSIHKOToN, May 10. Captain Kai
was before tbo committee on railways
aou canan tais morning, Mi joipiaineJ at
length and in a lucid manner ail tbo dis
puted points In rotation to tbo lettv Dlan.
answering with vigor and directness all
tbo engineuring jl tcctlons mede thoreon.
Ho alio ahov;od to tbo aatlifaction cf tho
committee that thora.wa4 ample pccunl
ary reiponaibility lor tbo prosecution and
comp'etlon cf the propoiol work, Tho
result of Captnln Kadt' nrcumcnt woro
tuch it to decide tho mindi of auch com-
mittestnen as havo heretoioro been non-
coranlttal. A voto wai taken, and tbo
COMUITTHE IlEtirjKU,
by six or lovun vote, to report Mr Stono'a
bill for the prosecution of tho tettlea.
Tin minority will probably report the
Fort St. riillips canal bill of Goneral
.Sheldon. Tho prospect c' authorizing
Captain Kvi to proceed with bit new
plan now looks very lavorablR.
It is asserted here by Maisachuselll
men that Goneral liutler has dotormlnod
to rotiro definitely from tbo cubornatorial
fight, and bo will, within a short time,
publish a lotter to that cITect. Such a
courae will, It Is a'jppoied, insuro Ilawca'
election to
Wi.8U llflt.'b BEAT.
There li not tbo sllcbtest probability
of tbo consideration thia losiion of. the
Northern 1'aclfh bill, by which the gov
ernment Is to occupy the pl&co left vacant
by tbo Cooke). Itsr frameri lmsgino it
may comuup next sosiion.
Tho 1'aciQc railroad committco kavo
decided not to take any action, and tho
Mil war laid ailde.
Mr Holman from tho conimitUit on
war clatmi, reported to ay a bill to ox
tind the llmo for filing claims fur addi
tional bounty, under the act ol July 23,
lf-OO. Tbo bill provide! that tho tlmo
for Sling claims for additional bounty,
umlor the act of July 2 18CJ, and which
expircn by limitation on tho 30th of
January, 1874, be waived and extonded to
tbo 30th of January, 1875, and tbat all
CLAIMS YOU fcCCIt UOUNTIES
tiled In tho proper depar ment after tho
39th of January, 1674, and before tbo
passage of tbii act, shall be deemed to
have been 2 lo t in duo lime and shall to
considered and decided without refiling.
Tho bouso judiciary committeo to-day
agrcod to report tbeir bill In rolution to
the distribution of tho fJ" -a
a lubstituto for tbo aenato bill.
TboUnanco bill, pused yesterday by
tbo senate, will probably pass the houso
on Monday under a suspension of tbo
rules without reference to a committee.
Whether tho president will approve it, Is
a subject of contldorablo speculation.
Senator) who
VOTED AO VIN8T IT
predict, with a good deal of coofidenco,
that bo will voto It bocuu.o, as thoy ae
lert, itiia ui iro rckleas mil. lion meal
uro than tbo eight hundred million bill
which ho lias already vetoed. On tho
other hand, thoso who vote for it lay tbo
president will sign it because It contains
a redomptlon tl mho, and also provides
for resumption of specie pay meats.
Tbo Indiana editorial oxeurison party
arrived hero to-night, and will, to-morrow,
call on tbo president and do tho Capitol
gf-nerally.
To all, particularly invalids, spring is
k trying season. Indications of sicltnt-s
should at onco bo ultendod to. 'MbI
d.boaaes may bo causod by ulloIng tho
bjwels to becomo constipated, nnd tbo
svstQin to remain In n dltordorcd condition,
until tbo disorder has timo to develop it
self. An ounco of proyontlon is worth u
md of euro, i) an old and truthfii st-y-
111. Tborotoro, wo ndvlsu (.11 who uro
troubled with tho complaints now very
provalobt hoaducbo, Indigestion, dis
ordered livor, want of ppo-
titn, nadtea, or fuvoriili skin,
to take, Tvithotit dolay, Schcnck'a Mnn-
drako 1111). AVo know cf no romody eo
harmless and decisivo in Its action. It at
onco strikos at tho root of tbn disenso and
producos a healthy tono to tho ayitom.
People need novor culler from uny disento
arising from ft disordered condition of tho
liver il thoy would tako this oxcellont
medicine wbon thoy feel tbo Urst indica
tions of tbo mnlady. Families leaving
homo for tbo summor months should tako
tbruo or four boxed of lhcao pill) with
them. Thev havo an almost Instantano-
otis oll'ect. They will roliova tho patlont
of hnadacbo in ono or two houri, and will
rapidly deanso tbo liver or surrounding
bilo, and will elTectually provont a bilious
uttnek. They aro aold by nil druggists.
00 1-30-lm-ood
Call and cxitmino tho now sash-lock
-at D. Artor& Go's. 41-5-lU-lra
Ccntnr Liniment.
The ereatdlscovcrv ol tbr
ago. Tuore Uno pain which
tho Centaur Liniment willnot
relievo, no swelling which It
willnot subdue, and no lame
ness which it will not euro
.This U strong hngnairo. but
ltutruo, uis no numeug:
tho rccipo U printed around
A circular containing certifi
each bottle.
cates of wonderful cures .of rheumatism
neuralgia, loeU-jaw, kpralns, swellings,
bums, Hcalds, cakod-breast, poisonous
bites, frczeu feet, gout, salt rheum, car-aeho
and tho reclpo ot tho Liniment will be
sent gratis to anyone. It Is tho must won
derful beallug and pain relieving agent the
world has overproduced. It sells us t:o ar
tlclo evor before did i-ell, and it lellsbccausa
It does lust what It pretends to do. One hot
tie of tbo Centaur Lininiont for animals
jyollow wrapper) is worth a hundred dol
law (or spavined, strained or nailed hotsei
and niulos, and for ftrow-worm in sheep.
No fnmily orstocW-owner can atford to bo
without centaur i.tnuncnt. i-rice, wicents
aegr bottles. 91. J. . Hoso Co., V,
Uroadway, Mew oru.
OASTOltiA ia moru tuaii n suDstlimo lor i
Castor Oil. It is tho only bapk nrtlcle In .
cxlstenco which 1j sure to regulate the bow
els, cure wlndcollu and produce mutual
bleep. It Ispleasant totkltu, Childronneed '
not cry and mothers mty elttp. io-7 wly
V
, COE. 12TH QTBBBT
CAIRO. SUNDAY. MAY 17 1874.
VULOAN LtOK WOltK.l
CO.MM EU0I AL A YKMUK,
orrofliTK
ivirrrii htsii:;t.
JOHN T. ItENNIR, V
FO U NDKY,
MACHINE SHOT
Fouoks A.vn I'irK Finixo,
fcTEA.n r.(jinn.,an.i.,HTrAM.ioAi
T ACHIliTBSY
Manufactured and repatrca.
Sticclal attention uiven to Hirht an-l heat t
forcing, house, bridge, railroad n. 1 Jail work
and all work of a similar churacUr.
Steam and iras liltir' In a1 1 its branches.
A full assortment ot MorrD, Takcr .V Oi'i
rhlladelphla ripe and fittlnc. llracoods
eto.. and us tixturcs alwaa on band.
1'H'INO OF HOUSF. FOK OAa
MAIlK A Hl'tXIALTY.
Acent for Cameron a sneclal steam mimr
and boiler feeder. The bebt manufactureil.
Coil's patent syphon numps. nnd Judrou'i
patent governor and governor valve.
uu iiiiqvtihi; engines, etc, ior saie :
Two steamboat endues, lft Inch born tt
cylinder; live feet stroke, and in good order.
wno sieamnoai snail unu craiiK; w rot iron
One enirine for hoisting freight: 7i-Vin.
One I0X2IJ saw mlllemrinc. with shaft and
crank for muly or gang saw, second band.
Onciicrr7M2entrlnc- my own manufac
ture.
A so. a seond-hand stave ctlttlni! ma
chine and jointer, and warehouse hoisting
mahlnc, In good order
Kngli.uj nd machinery of all klndshou'h!
and sold
.MISSOUUr STATIC LOTTEKV
Lxqauzed tit State Auteobitv hid
PuAwrr iu 1'csLtc :s Br. Locis
Or.ud Sinlo Number Sonoma.
50,000 NUHBER9
Glass C, to he Uiuvvn March 31, lb 71
5,86" l'rizcs, Aaountingto 5300,000.
I Prixof..
400 l-rlttiof-..... JM
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Tickets 210; Hair
Wcketi, v Quarter
xicxeu, 'n 60.
Onr lolUrias are ohtriarvd by tie fllate, r
alwjl drawn at tb Uraa nimad, and all draw
tnp ar undar taa aar-Uion of awomcem-
mmi'jnrn.
Tl.c cfSt ! 'Irawirj tl puMi.heJ intheSt.
Loin's wtr -'i ! copy e' dra in .ent to purchaurs
of tickets
We will draw a sinubr rhme lh' lail layofcsvry
month during iht year Wl
lUmit At our rnk by (.cki office moey -rJcr. rczn
tcrtd lettr. drafter e prt. hli f r u(-r
Address ll Rka'. , IILLK! ,vto,
O - '.M . :.t I , l
TLu cl) rohablu Gift Dtatrlbutiun It the
country.
JN
VALUABLE GII'TS
To bo distributed in
L. D, SINE'S
IClTII IlKQULAK ltON
i:i y
GIFT ENTESriUSE.
To bo drawn Mocdiy, June, Stli, 1871
TWO UKAND CAl'lTAUS OF
?5,0U() IIhcIi III Crccnbiicl.'.!
Two l'rizcs $1,000 each in Uroenbiicka I
Fivo l'rlzoa 600 onch In (Uoonbacksl
Ten l'rizos 100 each in Greenbacks I
1 Horo and Uuggy, with Shu i-moiinlcil
hartieses, wnrtli ewxi. fine-toned
n use wooi I 1'laeo, worth $V
Ten Family .-'ewimr Machines worth
$l(s) each 1 Five Gold Wat jhes and chains,
worth $300 eaeh I Ftve (Sold Amcnwu Hut
ting Watches, worm 9126 each.
Ten LadU' Gold lluutlng w:i
f 100 each!
vatdics, woith
SOO Gold and Silver Lever Hunting Watches
(In all,) wnrh from f 2i) to W0 eaehl
Gold cialns, Sllver-waro, Jewelry. A.c, &a.
Ncmiiku of Gifts 0,600. Tickets lim-
KTEIi TO fiO.OOU.
AOK-NTS WANTKD TO SF.l.L T1CKKTS
to whom liberal premiums will he paid.
KlNOLB TICMtTS 1?1 ; SIX TlCKKTS $6
TWKl.VE'TlCKF.TB ?10- TWKNTV-l'IVK
TICKKTH S20,
Circuiurs containing n run list of prizes,
a description ol tho manner of drawing, and
other information in referrence to tho ille
tribtition, will bo notit to any ono ordering
them. All letters must l,o aildresod to
MAIN oi-fick, L. D. SINK, Hox SO.
101 Xf. KlUh Pt. CINCINNATI. O.
THLPARKEBEUHf
sehd stamp ron cmcuurt
r PARKER BROX
iV MTf 111
A.3STU WA.BECIIsra-TOJSr
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
THE CAIRO CITY
c
A
ill
COIMTANY
Tritn wto uvmh
PITTSBURG
AMI
ILLINOIS
CO A I
I.KAVK OIIDKIIK AT
KiT IIallId.1V llro.'s olILr. S. 7(il
Ohio Levee; i
riTllalllilayllro.'s Wharnat:
frJAt liryptlan 31111s; or !
t. fTAt till, I'Oal 1 1 II 111 1 1 f.si.f nl.
Thiny-eltfblh alretl. j
S;::hi I:i:t!C!it: io Large Ccnsaraers
WANTKD livery merchant
in Caho and vicinity to know
that thoy iai buy untitled stick
CANDVof ROSE & TKMMK nt
12J conls per pound nt their man
ufactory. The goods can also bo
obtained from the New York
Store at corresponding figures.
'ft'.
BELFAST GINGER
"COCK OF THE WALK!"
Andrew I.ohr ilrslris to let tbo jiropln
know that he Is still Ihiny nnd lining lnis.
nessat his old sland In Cairn, and is ready to
ricel.c anv order lioiu the elly or country
fur Sotbi water, Cider, All', and St. Louis
Hew.
I Io has- also commenced tbo mamihrttira
ol the celebrated Itelfast Gluxer Ale, whleh
Is put up in s-odii water bottles, and l Iho
Iliie becragu uvcr yet iiiaiiuraettired for
I'ainllytise. 2t4-3-l-!iii
Assignees Sale
OF
Oiioenswarp, Cliiiin, (Unswarc, IlucU
cnliuni and Yellow Ware, Stonuwaro.
China Ornnini'nts anil Toys, Fancy
(jooih, 1'latcilwaro, Tallin ami
l'ockel Cutlery, Lamps, ruip
ClilnilinyH, I.nnip TrliiiinlugH,
Looking Glasses, etc.
In fact every kind of gooda belonging to a
First -la's
QUEENS WAKE
B TO 13,321
For tho next sixty days I will oner the
above gods at mid below cost,forcash only.
The goods must bo soldto cloio the concern.
Closo buvers tiro especially Invited, either to
cr.me and see rnr themselves or scud their
oi'dcri', Iu ellbercssu I guarantee satisfaction
J. T, TIIO.MAS.
Asslgneo of l'arson, Davis fc Co.
("alto, III., April 16,1871.
it i .inipit
Coimt Slate St.
ciiic.ion.
Thrmnit Vmoumttl BnteiaUat of Iht A'Jt, In tK-
trtttUiuntcfl'llJYXrR, CMtO.YW awl VRl
XMIYVISBASEjS, A'A'.U.V, KL WEAKNESS,
ju rwwtl ((oil IttllxeslMii or "Ur imWi r"tKlf
MRvoi'SNKh.s.ruirLits on tux rr, avi ksioxto
socitrr. wrAiriD bigut, Loea or uwortv
MAXtlOOB TfMU 0CKTLY CCUSD. HIK CtKAM Or
UCDICAL LlTKBATUiK. lllu.Utl.al sllh ihuU li.(r.ltc
iUlala bom4 is.rr, wt ri. t. , la" lair-Ueu
lousnlw.. TUlf tittaie, (sua ana esr. Prlcw 60 Mil,
Kill I a a (.Idn 14 wlnv. Lsdlci tsu'd'l iwkbal (14,
lutillc.l .IKU.oo. r iJtlca laj clUr ailnm lt. 0-lo,
lurallla vrlji.l wllh rl(U irlMt, Isrl, aluul
rrs.ee. C-ruQuAiactvtL HutUr.-d.i.Da.i-l.
II. "VAUDNER, M. D.
II. 0. STALKER, 31. D.
(imp., nmi rcvlilenco 111 Cominrelal Avo
uuxt door to tho Atheiuuwi. ct-lU-tl.
irrNf wt k
Cf N. HUGHES,
General .Insurance Agent
OFFICK,
Ohio Levco, over Malliua & OJilV.
aTA'oHe
rrprrtrntrtl.
ltl jirsl-rlan Companxtt
INSURANCE.
KrlTAllMHHV.t) 1858.
Saflbrd, Morris & Canaco,
I-NSU HANOI! AgRNTS,
7!l Ohio Lcyco, City National JJonk
IWiUiug, Cauro, Jlls.
The oldest est.ibl:-li, d Agency In Southern
Illinois, representing over
$65,000,000,00.
of tint 1msI limiraiicc CaplLil ol the U. S
MTrrciiKiLM
JACOB WALTER,
3B XT T7 C 0E3C DE3 H. ,
Am Dealer In
FRESH jUEATS,
KimiTii Street, iiet. Wasuimotok ahd
Commercial, AYcadjoinlng Uanny's.
Iveeps Km bet nf llccf, rprk,Mutfon ve.al.
Lamb. Sautatrc. etc.. anil is tircnarod to
cre families ill a acceptable maimer.
JAS. KYNASTON,
33 XT "X" O DE3C DE3
And Dealer In
ALL KtMr OF HtKSli MEATS
Neat Oor. Twentieth Stroet and
Commnrrial Avonuo.
UAIUO, ILLINOIS
HYLND .4 SAUR,
' l.Uei-i." iii
GHOtGc rRESW r.'.ATS,
ore
fecp ill,
Cor. 10th Street uud nm.. -Hal Avenue,
Next door to the Dylan I Saloon.
Caiiso, Illinois
UKAK. KSTflIK AllEAUV,
J 'lin Q lUriiu
Ctias.Tliorp
J Q. HAR . aN &. CO.
110 USE AGENTS,
coi.lki'tohf:
NOTAUIIOS l'UUIilUS
And Land AcnUnl the Illinois Central and
tliirlit'gtoii and Ml.-KHirl K. K. i.'us.
North ('or. Sixilt. anil Ohio Lcvco,
CAIRO, ILLS.
C. WINSTON &. CO.
Ileal EbuiLe Agents,
AUCTIONEERS,
71 Ohio Lkvee, (ficcond Floor,)
CAIRO, ILL.
Huy ami Pell IlKAL KSTATK. l'ay T.VXICS,
Furnishes Abstracts of Title.
C3J"l4ind Commissioner.
i,Avri:K8,
HAMUF.Li 1. WHLKLKH,
.TT0HNEY & mUSELQll AT LAW
OAIUO, lliLINOia.
Offlco over First NUIonal bank.
8-lMm
John U.Mulkcy.
Wlllsm C. Mulkoy
MULKI3Y Sc SON,
ilTTOltNEYS A!
OA1HO, II.UNOia.
LAW
Olllce: Klgbth street, between Commer
jlal and WaHhliigton avtnuoH.
M4 If.
UllKKN & G1L11KUT,
ATTOHiBYb
COUBF.L01tH AT LAW,
William ll.Oroeo,
?'
wmum li iiiiiih
UA1KO, U.l.lMlPi,
Miles r.OUWt.rt,
aar-t4iail attaatien kIixo
ilaamboat lituiUnrh,
In Adnilralli aad
.llt t -Villi, ItoouH 7 srp 8 nvi
0AM KIs LA.MI'KKT
FASilTONACLE RARBER
- ANl'
tijb.h b-
e. lelwe?n Ycabltiglon aut
ommerclu) vontts,
CAII10.;iLLlOI9.
CKHHiwuqw HKBtTMAHTal.
MATHU88 & lHL,
T onvardlug A Gensaral
Commission Kerthants,
DcaloTi ia
FIjbUAIN' AND
Ohio Livee,
OAIltry, IT.LB.
Wood Hittenliouse & Brother
V
AND
Geneiiai, Commihhiom MBItCnArtT,
1.13 Ohio Iveo, Ctro.
D.AYSUsSI. K.J. ATMStl
AYKBS 4-CsJ,
FLOtTB
QENIUAL COMMISSION MEftOHAKTS
T.iswmm.OmoOAim.Il.tJa.
J. M. OHILLIPS,
ronwAr.D.sio
Commission Merchant
WlTAKHAOAT PrtOPniBTOR.
l'roprcparcd to fonvard all ktadn of
Froight to all point. '
Urilttilnon attended to rromptly.
1L Uyj. J. K, Lana.
LEVY & LANE,
Successor to U.Lary'
Commission HerdMntB.
and dealers la
HIDES, VU11S, FEATHERS,
JJL'ESITAX, R.VaS, TC,
Orders and Consignments Holldted.
No. 01 Ohio Levcc, CA1KO, 1LU
1107 lOMrn.
II. A. TtOMV
L. D.Ttwi
TIIOM8 ft DBOTEBR,
buccesosrs to li. M.UtvlM,
COMMISSION MRRCBANIS,BSOKISS
AMD DllUnU B)
tnpto a4l 'rati SitvMttsM,
C 1
foreign andDoassNU
, 1M ComsirclalAvsao,
OAIUO, . . II.LIKOIH.
C. CLOSE,
OEItEILU,
Oorn mission Merchant
And Dealer In
Limcj Cement, PJailcrrsur, &c.
OHIO LEVEE.
XaTI will sell In czr toad lots at manuUo
(un'rs prlct'N, milling frrficbt.
JOHN B. PHILLIS &.SON.
(Successor to John II. l'hllus,)
General Commission
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Dealers In"0'
II AY, CORN,
OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, Ac
Agents for LafHn & Rand Powder Company.
COIl. TI1NTIT ST. & OUIOLEVKE,
CAIRO, ILLS.
V. Stralton.
T.lJlrd
STRATTON & BIRD
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND
ommission MerchantSj
Agents American Towiler Company,
67 OHIO ZKrSX, CH1JIO.
BOAT HTOKSa
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GKOOER,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
t
i
And Dealer In
BOAT STORES.
No. 7C Ohio Leree. CA1K0, IXJUI
ISrSpcclal allentlon given to coturin.
mtntsaiid lilllntotdum. .' U-a i
SAM WIL80N,
DitAum is. '
i
BOAT STORES
Groceries, Provisiong, Eti,.
TsTo. XXO OJlxlo
CAinOILU

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