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LLINOTS OKNTRAL ltAf " HOAD.
Tit AIMS L7AVK CAU
Mall at 2:G A.m.,..., Dally.
Joxpressa .,,,..3.-00 p.m.,.,
Yrelxhta 4:00 a.tn.,.., except Bunday
rroightat.t.,.lliKi run "
Trunin at 40 p.m.,... "
AllllIVK AT CAIUO.
Mall at 2:IB a.m., Dally
lixpreaa at 'J.-0A p.m except .Sunday
yrolulitat.... .11:15 a.m oxcent Jlonday
Freight at 7:10 p.m., except Sunday
Freight at low p.m
l.Vj 'MT-lf. Jamks .Ioiixhox, Agent,
VII K OAIKO ANJ) V1N0KNNK8
HAILKOAJ).
uiianor or rin-
On and alter Sunday, Kehnwry jj, 174,
trains mil run as ioiiow ;
00 1 NO NOIITH.
P.-insenRiT. Krelght.
Cairo, loavo tiM) x.t. fcOftA.H,
Minimi City, leave... . bM
Vienna, Ivavu.... ...... (i:l'l
rear.
Ml
Harrlfthurir, leavo :10 "
NnrrU City, leavo 0:IS "
IViimi, nrrlvo i)M "
(iinnl, leavo 1l:00 "
tlmyvillo, lenvo 10:10 "
Mount I'nnnel, lcaVo,...IItfi "
liic-iilioH, leave) VltSt VM.
0..tJI..lunctioii,arrlvc.l'J:a.'i
UOINO SOUTH.
Pasaenger,
O.AIL. Junction, leave. 7iKi a.m.
Vlneoillie. leav )..., ., "iSA "'
Mount Cannel. leave HrT.1 "
11:4.1 "
lrtf p.m.
4H.AiM.
: M "
7:08 "
ll.-JO
Krelght.
7.-00 r.Jf.
vm "
10:17
1I:.'S0
!:ir a.m.
7:18 "
!i:l "
l&ia r.st.
:i:IO
Orayvllle, leave IC18 "
Caniil, arrive 10:00 "
(annl, leave 10:10 "
NnrrU City, leave 0:4 "
Iliirrl.liurgli, leave... .11:1.1 "
lunna, leavo 1:17 r.Jf,
Hound City, leave S:4S
foil.. rrl...
arrive 3:0 J
:i:40 "
MOUND CITY ACCOM MOUATIOH.
Leave Cairo at 11:80 a.m. and r: 1 ." p.m.
1 cavo Mound City at 12:33 p.m. and 0:10 p.m.
Knight train atop over nljjlit at t.i;
run from tliern ai mlxeil train, lea y IX
. a.m; leaving Vlnecntiet at 7p.m. the
mine evening for return trip.
CO.V.NKCTIO.Nlt.
At Cairo with the MM'slppi Central,
Mobile aup Ohio, for all jwdiits Willi; Cuiro,
Ark.iiia and Texa, for all point In Arlan-
and Texa.
At Vlnccnnea: Indlanapollsand Vlncenoex
railway for Indunapoli and all points north,
fast and trexti .itli Kranmllo and Craw
loriUvlllc railway for Kvaiijvllle,Tcrra Haute,
Danville, Chicago and all polnla north, east
nd went; with Ohio and MIMlppl mil
nay for .St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati and
all point east and wot.
At NorrU Cltv crolnx the Springfield
and llllioli Southoaitcrn railway.
J... W. I'almkk, Ocn'l Bup't.
K. 1. WlLo?f, Oen'I l'ationger, Ai;t.
S7-13-tf
TIME TABLE.
ST. I.OL'IS AMI IKON M0lJ.VnA
AND SOL'THIMtN K.VI1.U0AD.
OnmlljUMcn arrive at and ih'part from the
olllf corner Seventh street aud Cotumer
elal Avenue an IoIIowh :
Throush cxprex, leave Vi noon, arrive
p. in.
Charleston Aeeomiuodatlon, leaven 0:00 a.
m., and 2:45 p. m.
(jlurlcnton Accommodation, arrtvc, Kk'-
n. in., and l:1.'i p. m.
Time to all points In Term and Arkan
a IWCWTV-l'Oflt HOfllH l.KHH THAN I1V ANV
OTItKK ItoLTK.
'lime from Cairo to l.lttlc Cock 13 houm
To Tuxanrana '1 hour.
To .lelTervou, Texa, 24 liour".
To .Marshall 20 hour.
ToShreveport, loultlana, ifl houm.
To Dalian, Texan, 30 hour.
To Hearne, Texan, 38 hoilrr.
To Hon. ton, Texa,41 honr.
To (ialu'ton, Tex.n 41 hour.
D. Axtki.i Chief Knk'lnecr.
t. W. Hi:ori:Miiofi:u. Au-ent. Cairo.
:ii,vMf.
1TV NATIONAli HANK, OAIKO
omricuiiH :
A. II. HAfTOKD, lro1dcnt;
h. H. TAYljOlt, Vloo-l'rculdenf,
II. UYS1.01. soorotary and Trsasurof
uiBmcroiii t
Oiiaj. (Jiuauin,
VlXt Q. BcHva,
K. 11. bTOOUUTU,
1C. if. OuilBiatalLAM.
U. f, luuiui,
J. H. Thillim
tTKKMT pild on dopodli. at (lift rat ol tlx
psreeot. p-rnnuru, Matoh In .ml Onptnni
zei luu luUrMt cot nltbJr awn It irtil(.l luimti.
'iUUIjr to the principal of thdplt., therobj
string th.n eumpouail latcreat.
UABHIID WOKIH A.M11 CIULDBKB MAT
DKPOSIT U0T
THE 0I-TY NATIONAL
BArfK.
OAIItU, IliUNOIN
CAPITAL,
9100,000
Wl f. HAUjIUAT, lTMldBDti
1IOMHT L. HALLIDAT, Vioo-l'reilileal
A. H.HAJ'KOIID, Oabirt
WALTKR HTHUOP, Aaalxlln Oaitiltr-
DiaacrOBJI
hTAAT Tatuk, IIoiibt 11. OcaaiKOHia,
flaiarLi. Uaiueat, UliudCt,
Clao. I), WltUiMoa, BrtrucN Ilmu
A. II. Brroan:
lIxottnnKe, lolu and ViiIWhI ntaif
Honda Uousht itnd Hold.
DEPOSITS reoalvod, and a tnorl Unking
buitn.oa don.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
op haiho,
It. W. Mir.l.KH, l'roddont.
J. 11. l'liiiui't), Vleo-l'rosldont.
CflAS. Cunmnuiiam, Canhlor.
aOLLEOTIOHB 1'BOMITLY MAU1I,
nTnnirinit. ooln. lnk not anj Untl4
4i Httu aunHtlaa bonubt and Bold,
a uiitAUoatil no llmo Vepoalta
DANIEL LAill'ERT
FASHIONABLE BARBER
AND
Jllili'.b Street, between "WoahttiKlou ind
t Commercial Avonuo,
OAiaO.'.II.l.lNOIS.
Ill-
JOHN II. OBERLY- EDITOR:
EraMAPBIH
WASHINGTON
Plot of Clayton and
Frustrated.
Dorsoy
THE SENATE FINANCE
. BILL BEFORE THE
HOUSE.
THE QUESTION OF ADJOURN
MENT UNDER DISCUSSION.
"WAauiNOToN, May 1U. Kuiinlori
Clayton, Durvey and tlioir to-vomiilr
ntoia tfuainit ttio peoplu uf Arkantai
liavu teun hatching a line plot to
override, tho preiiJent't duciiion recog
nizing llaxtyr and tLo appeal or tho legU
latutu, which to-day caino to thu furfaco
in tho houie ot reproiuntatlvaa. TImj tosl
tboy tolbcled for thli purpoio wai ludi;u
l'oland ot Vermont, an uniupklou joii
tlvman of antedoluvian coitume and Tick
wlckicn Ideas. Tnojr got him to oll'ui a
renolulion providing for a commllleo nl
II vo member)) to proceed to Arkaneiti In
order to invcitii;ato the toudltion of
afTalri thoro, and ateertuin whether
there wai audi a republican form of gov
ernment ai the Unilod Slaloe eon Id rec
ognize. It wa quito obvious that ttila
resolution Involved a reflection upon the
prwldeot and attorney gonoral tot their
recent action In tho premiiui, and waa du
iignud to give countuaanco to Ilrooka in
freih eiideavori by him to incite itrife
and bloodshed. Hut many of the repub
li:an bad found out that to tustain
llrouki wai tho only rnodo of keeping
down tbe white people and tax-payers of
Arkantai, and accordingly ninety-luur of
thorn luitalned I'oland't retolutlon. Tbe
democrat! naked folaiid to include South
Carolina and Louliinna In lb tcop of
tbe rviolution, which, hi be refuiod to do,
tbey all voted againtt. The
negroei and carpet-bacgari gen
erally, and tbo moro rancoroui ot tho
ropubllcani, voted for tbl ilur upon tbo
preildent, but many of the mod able and
retpectable of tho republican, joined with
thu democrat! in oppoiing It. Among
tblt number woro llurohard and Klco of
Ulinoiit, McCrary, 1' att and Orr of Iowa,
Smith and ilonrc otUhio, Hale of Elaine,
and Williard of Vermont. llaynei,
Snyde and Hodgci, of Arsanias, voted
for tbe rculro tending to rovolutionlr.o
tboatntetheyprofuto ropreient. Judu
Wilibiro, of Arkantai, not only voted
againit it, but contributed by bit influence
very largely to Hi defeat. It la not prob
aoio thai another utfort will bo mtdo in
the houm to galvanizo the dead IxxlieJ ol
Ilrooki and Clayton. In tbe lenatu tuch
an attempt will be likely to faro Hill
worte.
ri.VANCK.
The commiltno on banking and currenry
bad up to-day tbu leuate tlnunco bill pro
viding for tree banking. A proportion
to report the bill a it wa orlginully pro
poied by Air. Hherman't committee Vian
rejected, no wai alio n proportion to re
port tbe lunato bill us it then itood. A
third proposition, to mk tbo liouo to refer
tbo bill to tbem, with loava to report at
any titnu, wai Carried, nnd tho houm
moved tuii order. The commit too have,
another tubjecl aiiigned for to-morrow,
and will not be able to consider tbo cur
rency bill boforo Wodneiday. There W
to much adveriity of opinion among tuo
mombort that probably all they will
bo abto to agree upon will be to report
back tbe bill and lennto amend
ment! to tho houio pro lorrnu, io at to
let that body pah! upon tbo question.
Tho preildent is very much cbafed and
indignant at too tautt oi tins lenate i.i.i
being prcionteu to mm ur nil ugmiiuro,
and in order to provunlthia annoyance ho
declare! freely that he will veto it If pre
sented to him. A prominent western re
publican member to-day oxpretsed tho
opinion that tbli unusual prooeoduro on
tho part of tho prcsidont iu threatening n
veto had only servoa to Btrongincu tiio
bill. At thU date tho passage of tho sen
ate bill without material cbnngo I high
ly probable. An cxooutivo veto or the
bill Is not loss probable, and a dobato
with considerable spico and animation
over tho veto Is among the possibilities of
a not distunt future
AD.IOUllNMKNT.
Tho republican senators ut tho caucus
this p, m., decided that tho sennto should
pass concurrent rosoiutlons providing for
adjournment of congress, Juno 22. Thuro
wai mucn opposition on tuo part of conn
tori who coutoudod that it would bo im
possible to llnlth tbo business proporly
by that lime, ana it would oo unwiso fur
tho senato to thus tie iU hands and put
itiolf in tho power uf n majority of tho
ho wo.
Koprufontativn JIulllili id much woakcr
than when flrtt sent to tho asylum, nnd
physicians rogard his cundltion as criti
cal.
I.OOKINO OUT.
It looms to bo necoplod nil around that
tho president is actively In quoit of it
socTetary of tho treasury, and much puis-
ziod to II tm the propor man, owing to thu
great dearth of exocutivo nbllity in the
llepublienn party. Tliuro is talk of John
Scott of l'onnsylvnma, end Justin Morrill
of Vermont. It looms, to bo token lor
grantod that only n hard monoy man ana
contractionist will All tbo bill for this
placo. AlOHiitimo theru Is n good donl of
talk about Mr. Klchardson's naino being
eont in us judge of tho court of claims.
INDICTED FOR. LARCENY-
CoLUMiUA, 8. 0 May 10. Governor
Mosos and Kx-Troasuror Humbert havo
been indictod by a llepublican grand
jury on charges of breach ot trust with
trauuient intentions anu fur granu larceny.
Solicitor Uutlor moved that Judgu (Ira
bam issue bunch warrants for tho arrest
of tho parties. The judgo ' reserved bis
decision until to-morrow,
Tho court granted tho warrant for tbo
arres. of Moses. Tho order flxoi tho
bond at JG.000. Tho attorney gonerul
promises to bo in Orangubuig Woduosdtty
to prosecute the case.
The Indlctmont charges Mosos with
hf.vlng couoeuUd und advised Uumbort,
ft uoraumng couniy treasurer, to mo
$u,000 of tlio itnta fundi to pay his
(Mosrs) privato ' debti, Tho county
solicitor nociiucs u ni pitrpoin to jiroie
cuto tbo caiuvlgorom'y.
ARKANSAS.
Proclamation of Governor
Baxter.
Troops on Both Sides Dispors
lng,
J.ittlb Kock, May lU.In thosonato
to day n bill was passed, Changing tho
iittinu of Clayton county to that ot Wil
shiro. In thu liouso a bill was introduced
to change thu namo of Clayton county to
that of Anthony. Kotico, In tho house,
was given of a bill to change tho namo of
cat iiur county.
Tho houio pasiol a resolution, raising a
epeoial committee to invostigato as to
whether any olflcers ot tbo state havn been
ongagtd In armed Insurrection 'against
tho legal stato government, A timlliar
committee vras nppolutedln tho senate.
A joint resolution passed tbo son ate- for
adjournment slno die ori the 28th.
A bill passed tho same body, changing
tbo timo tor holding tho supremo court to
May and November tho next lorm to
begin in -November. A large number ot
local bills woro introduced.
Tho governor to-day Issued tho follow
ing
liXKi'LTi vk urricK, stati: ov aukan-
has, JliTLK Hock, May III, 1871. Pro
clamation by tho Governor: Whcroas,
on tho ICth day of April, 1874, martial
law was bv mo proclaimed in tbu county
of I'ulaiki in conscquonco of tbo oxiitenco
of nn nrmcd Insurrection, undor thu
authority vested in mo as governor by tho
constitution and laws of thii itate, and on
tho 11th day of May, 1871, said proclama
tion of martial law wail revoked In so far
as not to intorfero with tbo meeting and
proceedings of tho legislature; and
Whereat, the armed Iniurrectionists are
now dispersing, and many persons aro ut
n rgo, who aro notoriously guilty of treason
against tho ttato ot Arkansai, and It Is not
ldcslrablo to procood aginst them by
military law.
Now, therefore I, Klisha Ilaxter, gov-
ernor ot Arkansas, doleroby further re
voke said proclamation uf martial law so
far us to permit the nrrost and detention
by criminal process from tho civil magis
traloi of all persons chargbd with treason
against tho stato In tbo lata insurrection.
Hut nothing in this proclamation ihall in
terfero with the carrying out of any and
all military ordors from tho headquarters
of the stato of Arkansas or from any le
gitimate military authority.
In toilimony whereof witness my hand
and tbo lal of tho statn nfliied, at Little
Kock, this lHth day of May, A. 1). Ia74.
ft. 8 1 Ku"ltA HaTTKK,
Governor ot Arkansas and commander-in-
chief.
Hy tbo governor:
J. M. jounhon, Secretary of state.
A largo number of thn Hrooks troops
left to-day, alto several companies of the
Ilaxter forces. Secretary of stale John
son has cbargo of his otllco and Is cleaning
it up. Tbe two halls of tho leglslatttru
are also being cleaned up and repaired.
The llrooksltes still kcepsontlnols around
tbe statu house. It is expected they will
all bo away to-morn w.
M xu nun, May 18. Captains Viindes
audo and Savage. lato prioncr of war
under General King White, iu tho skir
m'sh near New Gascony, Imvfc arrivod
hero, having left tho state. Tbey r
signed their teats us members of tbo
legislature.
II. Clay Gotr, tho supervisor of Miss
issippi couniy, Ark., was assassinated near
Frenchman' bayou, somo fifty miles
Above here, last Saturdry evening while
returning to his homo. T horo is ho duo
to tho assassin who flrod upon bis victim
from tbo brush in the roadside
FOREIGN.
Difficulty in Forming a
New French Cabinet.
MISCELLANEOUS
INTEL-
LIGENCE.
FRANCE-
TIIK CA1UNKT O.UUST10V.
I'aius, May 10- Tbo' Journal des De-
bats' says thu attempt of Do Gourlard to
form ft cabinet 1ms completely fjilod, nnd
Mague, minister of finunco In thu late
cubiuot, cannot corno to Puns In conic-
quoncoof ill lioaltu.
A J. arts corresponuoni oi too Times'
wrote that tho voto against tho ministry
in tho National assembly on Saturday
last, means a speedy dissolution of tho as
sembly, and n removal of tho seat of gov
ernment from Versailles to Paris. Count
do Uhatnbord has suggested tho propriety
of defeating any measurocalculatod to un
settle tbo government.
latkr DinrATCii.
Tho prolongation of tho ministerial
crisis caused groat excitement at Vurfiul
lies. Kll'jrts to form a minUtry from thu
ltlght and heft Centoros continue, but up
to this hour havo mot with no result.
Tbo Uight anil Loft Contrii seek to ox
cludo Honapartists from tho govornmont.
Homo dlsputchos from Versailles insert
that tno caDinot win oo completed
to-morrow from tbo llight Centra ana
moderato llight, but sovorul ovening Jour
nals report that Goulard dispairs ot uc
cess. HIS CIIAUTKVK IIKI.IOK.KIINT.
1 1.o Gaulols says tho duko do Clmrtros
has sonl n challongo to M. 1'auldnCas.
tagnbe In consequence of the publication
in tho lattor's papor, 1 ho l'uys,' of an
abuaivo article..
CENTRAL AMERICA-
BETTLKMENT OV ItXOlJ.NT 0UTKAOKH.
Ban Fhakckco, May 10. Tho Oosta
lilca from lu n ii in a touuhod at San Diego
last evening nnd reports thut tho govern
ment at San Jos do Gautamala had settled
with consent of Mngeo for rocunt outrages
on porsons, paying 10.000.
GREAT BRITAIN
THE qUKKN TO VISIT UUSSfA,
London, May 10. Tho Standard
says
it understands that tho quoon will go to
itusB'.a in tuo autumn,
TIIK I.AIIOUKna' look-ojut.
Messrs, Dixon, Hughes, Marloy nnd .
MacDonald Imvo Informed tho National
Laborers' union that they are In hopes of i
arranging u slmultaniMUs withdrawal of 1
tho lock-out uod tho eojsation of tbo
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CAIRO. WKDMSDAY. MAY 20-1874.
strlku. Tho union favcri their plan of
aujuiimuni.
iMrK.vniwa nuKi. in rrtAKci:.
The Parts correspondent of tho 'Stand
ard' tolcgraphs that a duel is pending
botwoon Prince Mottcrnloh and tho Duko
d Montrnoroncy.
spaTn
MILITARY JtOVKMRNTP.
MAurtfi). Mar 10 (Ion. Concha hns
entered Miranda and otablsbcd his hoad-
quarters there. Gon. I'avia has rn-igned
tho cantain-gnnoralship of Madrid and
Gon. l'.oy has been appointed In his
placo. j
(Altf.lBTH OH TUB MAIlRlf.
Uatonne, May 19. Thn Carllst com-
rnandar-ln-chlef Gen. Dorrcgary, Ii
marching upon Kstolla with n largo
forco.
GERMANY.
IIET1RED.
BunLt.v. May 10. Kmperor William
has ordered tho temporary retirement
from tbo German diplomatic service of
Count von Arnim.
Ill.tl.
THE CAIRO CITY i
!
A
COaMPANY i
Are prepared to supply riiitomcn
with tho best
PITTSBURG
AM)
ILLINOIS
COAL
I.KAVK OKIlF.ltS AT
tST'llalliday Hro.'n olllee. No. 70
I Ohio l.eee:
tu iiauKinyi.ro. uariooai;
rTCAt Kgvptlan Mill-; or
r3"At thu coal dump, foot ol
Thirty-eighth street. j
Special hiwmi b lirLi Coiswei:
inSUttAKUK
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
okfici:,
Ohio J.cvco, over Matlnis A UlilV.
tQffjiin hut jhthrhiu (hmpnntn
rrpritrntfd.
Insurances
KSTARMHIIKI) 1S.")S.
Saflbrd, Morris & Candee,
I -5U ranch Agents,
73 Ohio Lcvcc, Oily National Uank
lliiililinj:, Oaiuo, Ills.
Tho i.lde-t etnblHhed Agruev in Southern
llllliol-, reprcelitlng'ocr
$65,000,000.00.
of tlio host IiiMiranco Capital oi tho U, S
REAX Kll TASK AUEIfOV.
John Q. Ilarman. Chi.Thotl
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
HOUSE AGENTS,
COLL KOTO US,
UOiNVEYANC'KRS,
NOTAlSlliS l'UHLICS
And Laud AgenfM ot the IlHnoU Central ami
llurliiigtoii und jll.touri K. II. Co.
North Cor. Sixth ami Ohio Lovco,
CAIRO, ILLS.
C. WINSTON &, CO,
Roal Estate Agents,
AUCTIONEERS,
71 Ohio Li:vi:k, (Second Floor,)
CAIUO, ILL.
lluy nnd Sell KKAI. r.STATK, Pay TAXHS,
Kuiiilhes Ab.lraetH of Title.
CjTI.:uI Coiuinlti'loiier.
RoW. Wood S, Oo
IISJIIKUKIB AVUNUB
P1U LADELA1IIA, I'ENN.,
rouiiiniiiH, Vases, AnlmalH. Iron Slalrs,
Lamp Put, Staliiu I'llllugs,
Wivn WorkH.
CASTi WIIOUfillT & WIUKHAlUNfiS
NKWniul lMHOVKl'D CH A lit lerllieiilie",
Concert anil l.t eturo IUH.
Ami a Cieneral AnKortiiiciit ol' Orna
mentiil Iron Work.
i:tlni lies and ileM:;iin teuton application,
hinting ttio da of woru itiuirud
;m t-1 l-iod (I
piillefi
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
"WAN'IKD Kvery merchant
in Cairo and vicinity to know
that they can buy ussortod stick
CANDVof 110SK A TK.MMK at
12) conts par puund at thnlr man
ufactory. Tho goods can also bo
obtained from tho Now York
Sloro at corresponding Uguroi.
BlIMUKI.I.AJfKOtlN.
SMYTH &, CO.
R.
wiioi.ksai.i:
LIQUOR 1) E A L E It S
No. (10 Ohio Lovco,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker ,v lllakc,)
Dialer In
PAINTS & OILS
VAKNISHKS,
MUJS1IKS,
WALL PAVKlt,
WINDOW (JLASS,
WINDOW S1IADKS
And the celebrated Illuminating
AURORA OIL.
Uross' Hullding, 11th St.A: Oomorcial Ar.
CAIUO, ILLS.
C. H. WHEELER,
iu:.u.i:u in
WOOD AND GOAL
okfici: and yahd,
10th St. bot. Washington & Commercial Ave.
A largo supply of PltUburi; ami 111k
Muddy coal constantly on bund, Stove
wood sawed to order. Urdcra tor coal oi
wood should ho loft at the ollleo on Tenth
twreet. Terms, uanU on dellvory.
R.
JONES,
Boot & Shoe
MAKER,
Commercial Avenue.
lictwoec Tenth and Eleventh Street-,
CAIUO, ILLINOIS.
I- prepared to till orders" Million t delay.
Ho has it unu Block of Imrr.rtcd leather on
hand. jut receheil from JViupcr);, mid Ims
put down thcprlcej to tyu lowest notch.
8-1 'Jin
J3. MAXWKLL & CO.,
Manufucturers and Dealers In
MACHINE & MJRNIG OILS
nnd
AXLE GREASE,
Also AiicnU for the
UELEBRATED GLOJ3E
AND
:lubrioatincj oils.
No, 710, North Maine Street,
st. i.oui,;sir. 3
dAwlm.
I'll YMHUANN.
0 W t
Vli. M. HOWAItl),
VIIYSICIAN & SURGEON.
'JKKICK 'JOKNKIt CO.MMKItCIAL AV.
AND SLVTII 8THEKT.
KKSlDKNC'ISevelitli street, between
Washington A v. und Walnut Mreet.
Ufl'2-:i-'il.tf
DU. W. ULAUVV
geii'&Un PHYSICIAN. .
Jumrs Il)((k (upMaliM miir Mb Htro
and Washington Avenuo.
io-ai.tr.
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
comminsiIot n:r.rri sm.
MILLER & PARKER,
General Commission
FORWARDING MERCHANS,
Dealers In
VhOVH, COUN, OA-T8, HAY, Ac.
Agonts for Fairbank's Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, ILLS
PARKER & AXLEY.
GROCERS
And General
Commission Mercliaiits,
NORTHERN BU TTER
A Specialty.
Comer of Hill Slrert .iiiid n'irnt'lmj AC,
4. 4-i.i-tr
PETER CUHL,
i:ti.usivi:
FLOUR MERCHANT,
-AXIS-
MILLERS' AGENT,
3VTo. OO Oliio Tjovooi
CAIKO, ILLS.
N. H. Tlilstleuood.
V,
p .1. Tlihtleivood
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
Ol'NKUAI.
Commisssion Merchants,
Dcalein In
Flour, Corn, Oats, Hay, &c.
No. 78 OHIO LKVV.K,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
NKW YOHK STOaIK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
f.AWlllT VABIBTY STOCK Hf Til Cltl
OOODH BOLD VKKY OLOBK.
lorufw ut Mtn,iSnib HtrsSasid t'osa
inerolnl Avwai
OA1HO, ILL1NOIB.
C. (). P ATI st 11
HUTCHZUN
JACOB WALTER,
BUTOHB
And Dealer In
FKES1L MEATS,
KiniiTH Strket, iiet. Wasiunoton au
Lo.mmkuci At., A vic.ad joining llanny'r.
Keepn tliebe-t of Heer.PorW, Mutton veal,
Lamb, SuiKitge, etc., and Is prepared to
en ii laiuiucn in a aecpptuoie maimer.
JAS. KYNASTON,
BUTCHER
Ami Dealer In
ALL KINDS OF FJfKSII MF.ATS
Near Cor. Twontloth Stroot and
Commercial Avenuo.
OAIKO, ILLINOIS
HYLAND & SAUR,
BUTOH BUS,
And Dcalcl'4 in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of every dceriptlon,
Cor. 10th Street and CoinineHul Avenue,
Next door to tho llylaml Saloon.
Oaiuo, Illinois,
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
I'K.WXIIS IN
LUMBER
Of ALL KINH3, llAltl) ANI BOVT,
Keep coiistiiiitlyonliHiid
FLOORING SIDING.
ALSO. LATH.
Mill and Yard
Connor .14111 Sticot
and Ohio Lovco.
COFFI5Y, IIAltUISON & CO..
(Successors to D, Kurd A Son,)
ANI
Commission Moreiiant9,
ri.OIIB,UHAIM ANH WAV.
No Ohio Levoa, OAHtO; ILLS,'
CSMM
...D.MattitMi f .-V.lJhl
- -' - i. f fi St..!,'
MA I MUM UHL,
' Forwarding &Gctierl
v i
Commission Mircbtnts,
Dcatcri In
FLOUH, GJIAIN, HAX ANJ)
WESTERN PJIODUOK.
Ohio Lkvke,
Cairo, Ills.
Wood Rittenkowe A Brother,
IFIjOTTIR,,
AND
Okneual Commihsion MrncnANT,
133 Ohio Lovce, Cairo. '
D .Aim,
K. J. AYSK1
AYKR8 ft COM
FLOTJH-
GENERAL COMMISSION MERUHANTS
Mo. TH f.vst.()wln(lAmn. lua.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
KOUWAltUlNa
Commission Merchant
Whaixeaoat Propihetor.
Proprcjiareu to forward all kinds of
Freight to all points.
driluMncsi attended to promptly.
It. Levy. J. K, Lane.
LEVY & LANE,
Succenor to II. Levy
Commission Merchants.
and dcalcra In
HIDES, 1'UKS, FEATHERS,
1UESWAX, R1US, ETC.
Orders and Consl(,'umcnti Solicited.
No. 01 Ohio Lcvcc, CAIIIO. ILL.
i ,07 1-,10-lm.
U. A. Thorns
Lm D. Thorns
TUOM3 & BROTHER,
Huctfoaoira to U. U.Uulen,
1K)MM1SSI0N M KRCD ANTS, HEOKF, US
AND DIAUntSJIM
sssilfi avA sTaaejr tlroewl,
sforolgti and DometUu
B'SiTJI'TB -A.2STX) OCSTXTTa
1M CoBmrelalATBttt,
OAIKO. ILLINOIH
C. CLOSE,
OKKEUAL
Commission Merchant
And Dealer iu
Lime, Cement, Plastor, Hair, &c.
OHIO LEVEE.
X5TI will wil In car load lots at manufac
tiireinprlccn, adding freight.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Successor to John II. PllilllS,)
General Commission
ANt
FORWaBGWNG merchants,
Dealers Io
HAY, COKN,
OATS, FLOUH,
MEAL, BRAN, &o.
Agenls for Laflin & Rand Powder Company.
i:OK. TENTH ST.A OIIIOLKVEE,
CAIRO. ILLS. ,
Y. Strattoli. T. Hlnl
STRATTON & BJRD
t
WHOLESALE GROCERS
ommission Merchants!
AenU American l'owdor Company,
.17 OJ0 I.XrSS, CAlltO.
HO AT NTORKB
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WlIOLESiXE QJLQOER,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
Anil Doaler Ut
BOAT TOUEtl
No. 70 Ohio Lctw, Ciim0j ILLS
KrSnoclal attention etrea to aorta
menu and tllllnz ordem. . 11-1 1
SAM WILtON, .
UKALXR IM
BOAT ST0HES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
KTo. lio Ohio Xiiiw
CAIUO ILLS;
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