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IIAILHOADK.
LLINOI8 OKNTUAL KAKOAI)
TltAl.NS LI iVK GAt
2:30 A.m., Dally,
a-.no n.m.. "
Mall at,.
KxpreMf, .
V'relght a..,
Freight at
3rClflltat
Unit at
r'xpres nt
VrulL'Ilt at
,...4:00 .m., ...except Sunday
, , .1 !: a.m......
... i:W p.m.,. .
1I1IIIVK IT IMIIKI
,...2:tr n.m !lly
....'J.05 p.m except Hum ay
, .(CIS n.in.,....oxeit Monday
Freight lit
Freight nt
....7slO p in. ..except unuay
p.m..
1W J-17-tf. Jamkb .IoiinpoN, Agent.
VII K
OAIJIO AND VINOKNNKH
KAILUOAD.
ClIIANOI'. K riHI-
On and alter .Sunday, February 22,
1874,
trains will run a iouow :
OOl.NO NOUTH.
l'.uwnsfr. Freight,
Cairo, Icavo r.-.oo a.m.
Mound City, havo r:22
Vli nna, leavo O'.M
llarrMmrir, 1'iivo fH!i "
NorrU City, leavo !:! "
I .aim, iirrivc wl "
,,rml. Icnvn '
?iraille. Iciin 10:40 "
.Mount ( urincl, leave. ..11:22 "
Mil emu". 1.-.1VR 1S.-M P.M.
O. A M. Junction, arrivc.l2A' "
ooi.no south.
l'ucjlKer,
O.AM..Itintlon, lior.. 7sl.p A.M.
lllri'lllK", IHVi "S3 '
flrfl.'l A.M.
S:27 "
11:43 "
M p.m.
i -Xi "
4:45 a:.
b-M "
7:fW "
)?M "
Krcl;;ht.
7:00 Vjiu
UK) "
MilT "
lltfW "
II: I r. a.M.
7:18 "
!:lli "
12:1ft I'.M.
:i:Kl "
3:10 "
Mount ( iiniiel.Ii'aTe.... 91' "
t.r.nllle, IcaVo tH
(arn.l, arrivo 1:'
t ,-.n..l. leave 10:10
Nr.n'H ilv. leavo !": '
tl irrir'iiiricli, leave 11:43 "
irntia. Icavn 1:1
Mound ( ilv. leave 2:12
I ,i r i, arm
3:ul
MOUND CITT ACCOMMODATION.
I.f&vo Cairo nt 11:30 n.m. and fclft
p.m
I c.ie Mouml City at 12:85 p.m. ami C:U p.m
1 r Uht irsltii Hop over nlulit at ariiil;
r.n ir'Jin then- a mlvH Iniln, leaving sit
i , a.m ; letninx Vlncenni-i at 7 p.m. the
ijiik nciiiiix for return trip.
CONNECTION.
At alro Willi tin' MIlIppl Central,
ili'ule unpOlilo, for nil point" font; Cairo,
ArkaiM and Texa-, for all poinN In Arkan
: nnlTta,
At liiccnne: lnillatiapollana MnoenncH
nilway lorlinlunapoll. awl all point north,
t.i-t ami went, ulth KvaiiMlllo aud Craw.
t ir ln.r.L railway for KtanWiie,Tirr Haute,
DaiiM.x, Clilrai,'o and all point north, cat
ii lwcl; with Oliio utid MUilppl rail
way for St. Louis muU tile, Cincinnati and
aJI point cat and went.
At .Nirrl City rn)-in the jpringlleld
an I Illinois Soullicu-torn railway.
1j. W. Falmkh, Omi'l Bup't.
K. 1'. Wilsok, Oon'l lauoni;er, Aut.
nT-in-tf
TIME TABLE.
ST. I.OUIS AM IKO.V MOL'XriAX
AMI SOL'TIIIlItS It.Vll.UOAI.
Oinnibucei arrive stand depart from the
oilli : corner aevcntii treoi ami oniiner
i ,1 Avenue a lo:low:
'I'liruiiKh expre, leave 12 noon, arrhe-
p. in.
C harlvtou Aerommodatlon, loavci OXl a,
m.. and 2:15 n. in.
i hailcrtnn AmiiniiiiHlatlon, arrive. 10:"O
n. in . and 1:15 it. in.
Time to all iiolnt In Toxih and Arkan-
v.
IWKNTV.FOCil II01T..1 I.K-t Til AS IIV AN'Y
orncu KnriK.
Time from Cairo to Little Itock 13 Iioiim
To Tcxareaiu 22 hour.
To .Icircr-on, TVi.'i", 25 lioUI.
To Mar.ball20 lioui.
To shreveport, lullaua, 2!i liour.
To Italia, Texas TA liour.
To llearne, Texas JW liour.
Ti llotMon, 'IVxal, 41 hour.
To (,alveton, Tcxa II l,oui.
1). Axtkix. Chief Knirlnoer.
(. V. llKour.Miiormi, Asont, Cairo.
kt- V).tf.
IInKt
I ml KMirti 111. "
or
J1TV NATIONAL HANK, UA.IKO
orriCKiis :
l,AulilAnt
A. I. OAT r 1llUj 4 4 UHU.1.1 ,
S. TAYl.Olt. Vlco-l'roalilonf,
II. UYH1.01. Soorotarr and Treasurer
ni.irtom i
f. M. lUarus,
f. II. rttoeaf titH,
n. ii. Orim,
(Jail. Oiuouim,
PAlLQ.bcuro,
U. J'. 1UU.11IAT,
J. M. fHILLirn.
I TKKKHT palil on Jpoiit at tho raU ot six
i pr Ofnt. pr annum, Marea 1st and Bptem
cir 1st. Interest not withdrawn Is added Irame
lUlj to the principal of tho deposits, thereby
Aiin tbem compound Interest.
UAllKIID WOllIil AKll OHILDHKS MAT
DHfOBlT M0K1IT
"I'TlK CITY NATIONAL
4). Iltlt, I 1, 1. 1 HO lf
'AI'ITAIj,
$100,000
of r,cMi
W. V. IUI.MDAT, Vr..l.lent
HKNHY I.. HAI.I.lt)AV, Viee.l'rIJfni
A. lt.HAKKOnt),Ci.hlori
WAI.TIirl HYfll.OP, Aiwhltn Oiuhler-
MUSCT0U4I
Biivrs Tivtoa,
Itortar 11. OtwaiaOBAM,
ilMnnv I. uuinii, " .",
iM, V. WauAwsoa, HtamrN SliBU
A. II. lUrrouD.
ItxrlimiC. n "" V'M,
Honilo llnitlt iimt Nolrt.
DKV031TH rwialvail, Jd
bUBlneito dona
a Afnoi.l Unking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
If OAIUtl.
It. W. MILLKH, l'reHldellt.
J. M. I'm-i.irs, Viee.l'rortldont.
C'iiab. OiiNMNiiiiAM, Cashier.
JOLLBOTIOHB PROU1TLY MAUK.
... unv niiin. l.Ank bok and Unlte
It. ,.r .nrWft h iiiaht and HOllt.
" SiW.t Allow ! ei'l
DANIEL LAM PERT
FASHIONABLE BARBER
dlf AND ,
W AIB ID B B B S J5
r-lb'-b
Street, between Washington
Commercial Avenue,
OMIMV.ILLINOIH.
ODETIOlEl,
JOHN H. OBERLY EDITOR;
WASHINGTON.
The Moiety Bill Laid
on
the Shelf.
CONSULTATION ON THE
CIVIL APPROPRIA
TION BILL-
Tho Senate Resolves to Aa-
3ourn June 20d.
WASUIWoro.v, 1). C, ilay 0. Tho re-
pruivnUtlvoi of llio cotton itntei bavo
hoen caucuiainir from timo to tlmo In
ordur to hnrinuiny upon a mubiure lor
tho refundiag of tho cotton tin. At ouu
tlmo tberotemcd n proipct of iucen.
hill wan drawn bviomoof tho mottdii-
tiugulihed of tho louthern reprviuotatlvot
in connrem, which utu n fulr comproinliu
and adjustment of tho rlpliU nod equities
of tho two clatHM ipoclally Interoaied In
thii moaiure, namuly, tlanteri or pro-
ducuri, ana tho merchants or factori. It
hat been uhvioua to an utrcsroing per-
orif, that unlMt tutiitnntiai juiuvo wni
dono to both of tboie cIhidua in tbo bill
propuiod, nothing could bo lecurud lir
either. It If only in hi,
liro and cordial union of tbiio
two interest! that a refunding
bill can Hand noy Jlmnco boforo congrett ;
but tbo very juitico of tho bill propoiod
tcenii to bnvo rouiod tho opposition of
certain roprnontativtii of II mi tod ex-
periencu in public ntlulrs, and by tboir
portiitenl eUorttlno oil I nas Dein cnangua
nd Ingeniouiiy woruoa 10 as 10 give
OTorytbiog to tho producers and to loavo
tbo merchants anu attornoys in ;no coia.
Tho KitignineDU by .which lb latter bold
their rights ur not rocobnlr.ed In tho new
bill, and every :oloi oosiacio is in-
terpoicd to both tho merchants acd tbo
nltornoys deriving any ocneui irom ido
measure. The ruiult of this unfair and
grasping spirit will utmost cortainly in
volve u OuUat oi mo oiii ai mis seision,
ntid thus ninoof tbo people south, wheth
er merchants or producer, will got any
thing. The commlttooon wavi and moans had
up their bill to-day to abolish the moioty
system. Nearly all tho membors of tbo
committee made speeches. The commit-
teo hho dovotid a good deal ol uara nr. a
patient labor to tho investigation of tho
tbuso mat nave grown up uuuur tun
system, and bad a lair ugni to air inoir
evidence. Mr. It a tier ts was dull, (U usual,
although sayiog a good daal. .Mr. JJecIc
was oarnesl ana eloquent in aeaounciag
........ .t..,;. .ml .nlm nnd
,riT" u ,- T.
nd ninflri). In tbo course of hu r.
marks ho alluded to tho fact that Senator
Uonkllng haa oeon actini: as counsnllor
lor Grant olllcers at Kw Vork.and giving
il.pm the woicht of bis authority at tho
timo they woro extorting $1!70,000 from
l'hnlni. Uodco ii Co. Alossrs. Kobortf,
IJawes and other Kadicals Kjuirmod and
wrtniwl lit this exposuro of Grant's
special champion in tho senate, but Bock
wni nnt to bo stopped thus with tbo rocord
of tbo testimony in bis hand. The debate
wound un with a frantte, Irrational screed
from l)we, and an apostrophe to the He
nubliran party by Koberts, which sound
ed, under tho circurostanccs.hko an eulogy
on a thief disgorging bis ill-gotten
nlunder. Tho bill passed tbo bouse, and
if it goes through the tenato, tbo Republi
cans willloso a corruption fund of bun-
.Imil. nf thnuiacds of dollars.
Mr. Duller had beon expected to oroaK
forth in tbo debate to-day, but ho kept
cool and apparently only half lntorcstod
In tbo performance Tho bill to repeal
the Sanborn contracts Is sot for to-uor
row. and bo may improve tuo occasion to
enrnn to tbo ironl.
Tbo speaker, Mr. Illume, ana oiuor
rnniil.llcans aru liard at work, endeavor-
lm to lir ud a compromlso finance bill
-o. ,. , ,, ,
ucti as Will IUII IUH Y1BW1 Ul IIIO
Hunt, and obtain 111 J signature, iho
prospoct of success u noi very uriiiioni
r . i mi . .
Mnmbors navo ino lours oi iuuir aiunu1
unnnies before their eyes, and It is not
probablo that tho house will go back on
in former record. Tbo commltteo on
tmnVlni' and currency are to moot to
morrow to consiaor ino ssuiuu uiu, uuu
. I Ml I
will nrobablr ni:reo to somo action at
nncn. Tnoro is a general ucsiro m kui iuu
.... , J . . .1.
subject out of tbo way. Everything tonds
now to an oariy auiimrnmuni. iuotoi
nto republican caucus having rosolved to
nrnss tbo civil ricms Dili, tuu moasuro
will como up lo-raorrow. iiiura ia num
boartorsincorly in this matter, on tho
... ml i -
part of many radicals, and if they wero to
voto their real aontimonts, tbo measure
would bavo no chnnco of pastilng, but tbo
fosr of losing tho nogro voto will probably
onrrv it throuch concreis. Tho prcel-
dent has boon roportod as hostllo to tbo
mixed schools reature, out a voio uy uuu
nf tho bill is not to bo counted on with
nny conlldcnco.
NO MOIllt HAUl'EltS tVANTBO,
Tho socrotai v of stato sent to tbo houso
to-day a communication In relation to tho
landing of paupors and convicts upon our
. V- t , . . I .. Tkn a.n.
rutarv sucnests tho passnno ot a law ora
poworing tbo proiidont to roturn to tbo
countries wIioiko thoy como, all pauporg,
vagabonds ttnu convicts who may oo
In ruled on tho shores of tho Unitod States.
This should bo dono by compelling tho
vossols that bring thorn hero to lake them
away, it is aiso suggosiuu inn a iioavj-
lino be imposeu upon vueeuia uuganuu in
this business. Tho papers wero roforrod
to the commltteo on forolgn affalri.
JUSTICE TO CAPTAIH UAIX'S WIDOW.
Tho bouso committon on naval all'alrs
agroed to roport a bill in favor or giving
itin wtdnw of Cant. Hall, of l'olaru fiimo,
a nonilon of ?!10 tior ruonth and tho
. . . i . ... . . ii ani
amount oi nor nuiimnus uuiiu amijf
up to tho timo that tho crow of tho l'o
laru woro dlicnargeu, amounMngw nuoui
$1000.
(1RANT OK THE BLUE AMD OltAY.
l'rosldont Grant approve! of docora-
tine tbo cravoi of the Ur.ionaad Oonfed-
orato aoaa an no. no ueuevoi tno tuno
bai come when every fooling of fraternity
should bo oncouragod and advantage
taken of ovory opportunity to rdmovo any
romalnlng animosity occaaioneu by tno
war.
E
and
msmm
iIukt rocoivod, a Dno lot ot oxtonslon
laddori, garden hoes, rakes, otc, etc,
A Unlloy'a. nil 1.17.1m.
3TrXjIi03TIXT aSTTIXiXJIDtTO-.
LITTLE, KOCK.
Baxter Again at
Houses
the State
THE CITY ILLUMINATED IN
HONOR OF BAXTER'S
VICTORY.
, - .
loTTLK Hovk, May 20 About daylight
this morning Drooler, with a small squad
of cavalry, evacuated tho stato bouse,
going no one soerni to know whoro. It
is reported that ba vmul out on tho road
toward Ktrsb Smith. Tho foioral barri
cade across Markbatn street, in front ot
tho oity hall, was removed this morning,
Col. Johnson, losretary of state, wont to
tho stato bouso and let a squad of work
man to cleaning up. About 11 o'clock
Uaneral H. C. Nowton, commanding Ilax
tor's forces, with his iWO, taking two com
panlos with him, wont to the state bouso
and took posiesslon, stationing sentinols
throughout tho grounds and build
ing. After getting possession and
examining tho surroundings. General
Newton tent word to Governor liaxter,
who, in company with his stall", tho secre
tary of state and r. lew citlr.oni, took n.
coupio of carrlgcs at Odd Fellows' ball
and, preceoded by General King WhitVa
cavalry, and followed by tho infantry and
artillerv. marched up Markham etreet to
tbo stuto bouso At the gate tho coluian
balttid. Tho partv cot out and tbo gov
ernor proceeded to his room In tho Inft
wing ol tho state house, which had pre-
vously been occupied by General 2ev'
Inn. who was in walttni:. Iho room was
Immediately flllod with friends congratu
latlng ttio governor, ino oig seveniy
lour nounder was fired and It was follow
ed by one hundred and one guns trom tho
two parrotts. lntenso oninusmsm pro
vailcs. Tbo building was found In n very
dilapidated condition. Tno earthworks
and Plunk barricades wero scaiierou
through tho grounds. Tho desks initio
two legislative halls, tho aupremo court
room and other rooms had been lmprovu
udinto barricades, many of tbem brokon,
and tho utmost confusion prevailed, iho
state arms wero left lying looso around
tbo building, workmen havo been busy
throughout the day putting thlnirs to
rl"ht.
The petition of J. U. Horry, who claims
to havo been clcctod nuditor at tbo olec
tion in 1372, wa presented to both houses
of tho legislature to-day, to contest the
right of W heelor, toe present occupant oi
the ouco. ino psiition was rcoeivoo.
lr. tho houio a bill was pauud changing
tbo namo of barber county to Cravens
Tho bou.o passed tbo senate bill changing
the time ot holding ttio sessions oi too
lunreme court to May and November
i - . .
In both houses, several mombers, wno
havo boen actively engaged with Brooks,
appeared aud took .eats. Tho aenatu
commltteo a-.pointed to inquire If any
senators had ben ongacoa in mo urooK
rebellion, reported that'Sonator John M
ClaMon as colonel and huuator It. A.
Dawson as 1 eutonant colonel naa
eng6.a ..ui. l.w i-.-.b--u.
was laKen on ino tujiun.
At 12 0 clock to-day Uonerai ewion
turned over to tho mayor tho city, and
tho lattor discharged all tbo pollcomon
employed and swore in 100 citizens, who
voiuntcerca tor mo putjiu.o, no .ivibi
polico forco to protect persons and prop
erty. Attorney General Yonloy to-day
sent in bis resignation to uovernor uax
ter, which was acceptod. and Major J. L.
Wltherspoon was appoinieu vu mu
cancy. Jivoryining is quioi mm uiuon,
this ovening. Tbo tedoral forces havo re
tired to tbo arsenal, iiaxiera uwjw oc
cupy tho state houso and tho old order of
things begins 10 loom uj). .itoij "
stores aro open and business goes on as
usual.
A largo numbor of business boufes anu
m.lHHnrRS .re illuminated to-nlglit in
honor of Ilaxtor's triumph. The police
department of tbo city was to-day turned
over to tho mayor oy uoucroi .iu
Ouiet prevails tbrouchout too city 10
ni..ht. and for the first timo in thirty
dajs, citUena can go whore they pleaso
without' OOing Stoppoa oy nrwou (jumuc.
Thn eorernor has placed armed guards
. . ..." ... .v.,.
ovnr all Ibe PUOlio olulus bv vuo hw
houso.
FOREIGN.
The Miuistcriiil
Paris.
Crisis in
Another
Defeat of
lists.
tho Car
FRANCE
I'aius, May 20. l'rinco Mottornlch's
omnrfj roluso to allow tho duol with
Montfcollo to tako place.
Tho Moderato ltight object to an imper-
l Hunlunnnto. bOCftll.o It would bo
equlvalont to recognition of tho ropubllc
Tho Kxtremo Kigbt are dotermined to op
poso Goulard or any other chief of minis,
trary whoso platform embraces tho adop
tion of constitutional hills. Goulard, find
lug no uro support to tho Left, Oontor
or Hlght, i, thoroforo, compollod to roly
nmlnlv unon tho minority in tho nsiombly
It Ii oxpectod that tho ministry will bo
mioii! in.nlcht. with Goutnrd. L)o
Mnpno and Hodct at tho head of
tho principal departments.
GREAT BRITAIN.
Lon3:n, May 1!0. llonry Brlnsloy
Sheridan, liberal, bas roturnod to tbo
houso of commons irom uuaioy.
Tho Kmporor Aloxanuor win visu
Voolwlch to-day and Inspect tho govorn-
mont docks and worus.
SPAIN-
London, May 20. Tho Carlisti laat
wook attkckod tomo ontronchlng purlieu
beyond Bilbao, but woro drlvon oil' with
a los of thirty prUoneri. Sixty ltopuhli
cani wore killed and wouadod. Tho.C'ar-
llila aro oxpoctlni' tho arrival ot it carco
of guns purchasod in England,
MEXICO.
Uity or Mkxiuo, May 20. Tho Bum
7n nno linn been voted bv concroaa m
provldo for property roprcaentatlon
Mnxlno at tho contonnial exhibition
l'hlladelphia.
E6?-Juit recolvod and for talo
MathuBi & Uhl, Ct Ohio lovoo, 25,000 lbs
bacon sltloi, bams nnd Bhouldora j twonty
llvo bbU now, poUtoos; 26 boxea lemons.
GJ.5.17.ilt
nt
COB. 12TH
CAIRO. THURSDAY. MAY 21, 1874.
MOOT M'Oltl',9
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE G1100E11,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer In
BOAT STORES
.Vo. 71! Ohio I.flicr, CAIUO, ILLS
JtSTSpeclal attention given
menu and lilllnz nrdeni.
to
conM,
iMgn
ill 11
SAM WILSON,
ri-Ai.r.i! ix
BOAT STORES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc,
ISTo. HO Olxio
CAIRO ILLS.
Xjovoo
FURNITURE
AT
LOW PRICES.
I tiikc plcnsuro in calling
the attcntpn of tho public to
my fesli and full stock of
new and e,cgant Furniture, at
my Furniture and Matrass
Factory, corner Seventeenth
Street and Washington Ave
nue. My stock embraces
Ucdateadi, Wadrobes, Bu
reaus, Sideboards, Wash
stands, Tables, Chairs, iug
gic3, Mttrasses and, in a word,
all tint is useful or orna
mentalin my line.
This'being the only manu
factory of Furniture in this
city, I iroposo ottering better
goods at lower prices, and
have nade a large redxtfon
in the prwe? of r.li my goods.
OjV f."'Ct examine iu otnj.
And secure m omflt of choice
Furniture. To tho wholesale
rade I oflci snecial induce
ments. Is ot the place
Corner SevenBenth Street and
Washington Aenue, Cairo, Ills,
Wm. ElCHHOFF
Wholesalo aud Itcail Healer
1U
Fur-
nituro aud latnsscs.
10& U.'J7-3m.
CIA I.
THE CAIRO CITY
id
0
'A
III !
COMPANY !
Aro prepared to mpply customers
with .ho best
PITTSBURG
l.ND
ILIINOIS
COAL
I.KAVKOUDEUS AT
im-IIalllilav llro. OllUc, No. 70
Ohio I.uvcu; " .
tarilallldayljro.'s Wharnoat;
iVTi-ll l!r.....l, MIIIk: HI
rwAi thu iikiI dtiinn. foot ol
Thirty-flghth untt.
Special kimMi to . Lugs Consumers I
I5NUBANOIS
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
OFFICE,
Ohio Luvcn, over Jlallms & Uhl'fl.
B5TA'onr hut Jlnt-chm Companu
rtvrtsntteti.
INSURANCE.
KSTAIILIKIIKD 1S"S.
Suiroril, Morris & Cnmlee,
iNsyuANpu- Agents,
7!l Ohio licvco, Oity National Rank
Ruilding, Cauio, Ills, '
t.s. " '
of
at
by
Tlio oltlot oMahlUhetl AniO 1,1 Po"lC''u
Illinois repfcM'Dliiia uvi'r
$65,000,000.00.
of tho best lliMiranoo Capital Il,l 'he H. S
iillefl
A.2ST3D "WA.BSIIlTOarOlSr
OFFICIAL PAPER
, r ' : 0 'J j -,
' a , i r,imi-'-.'
. 4t iwi
4 I, I ,
V w,.ulrti .
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1) 1 -, - . 1 i ,',
i " 1, 1' H
- I!' 1 to M t.
it ',-tJ , ;
.i ;
VANT K D -T.vory ; morch an t
In Cairo and .vicinity to know
that tboy can buy assortod stick
CAMiY of 1103 K & TI5MMK at'
li!J .tiontt per pound nt tbolr man
ufactory. Thn goods can also bo
obtained from the Now Yotk
M lorn at corresponding figure'.
MISOKMjVnKOIJN.
R, SMYTH &. CO.
"WIIOI.KSAIii:
LIQUOR DEALERS
No. GO Ohio IiOvco,
OA IRQ, ILLINOIS
B. F. PARKER.,
(Succc.isor to Parker k JHake,)
Drali'rln
PAINTS & OILS
VAKN'ISIIKS,
lmiTSHKS,
WALL PAlMllt.
WINDOW GLASS,
Aim tnc ceii-uraini iniiniinntlni,'
AURORA OIL.
Hro8' lliilldlng, 11th St. A- (Jomorclnl A v.
CAIRO, ILLS.
c h7wheeler,
DKAI.V.Il IX
WOOD AND GOAL
0KF1CK AND YAItl),
lOlh St. bat. Washington & Commercial ivo.
A hrce mipplv or l'lttnlmrg and His
.Muddy coal constantly on band. Stove
arnoti lotweu w oruer. uruuni ivi vuai ui
wood khould be left at the othco on Tenth
turcet. Term, c-h on delivery.
R. JONES,
Boot & Shoe
MAKER,
Commercial Avenue.
Ilctweeo Tenth and Eleventh Street,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
la nrcimrcl in till orders vllliout delay.
Ilu li:i. ii dnn moot ofliurr.rud leather on
haiul.ju-t ri coltt il frntii Ntcrli, and ha
tint down thcprlcoj to tyo lowcn notelt.
8-1 '.'in
E. MAXWELL & CO.,
Slauufacturera and Dealers In
MACHINE & BURNIG OILS
mm
AXLE GllEASE;
Also Atiouta lor tho
CELEBRATED GLOBE
AND
:LUBRI0ATIN(5 oils
No. 710, NortU Jlnlnc Street,'
si. louw,;mo. 5
d.twtni.
I'll VNICIAKN.
DR. fll. 110WAUU,
VIIYSICIAN & SURGEON.
nt.'i.'ini.rfimtVRIt cOMMKUCIAL AV.
w ........
AND 8 I.M Til STItKKT.
iiiNIDENCi; Sevtntli Mrei't, between
AVanliington A v. and Walnut Street.
"CK2 8-21-tf
DR. W. JJLAUW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN.
3uonti lllf tk (up tlalK) rrrr.fr Rib
and "Wiulilnpton Avonuo.
3l.tr. UA1IU), ILLINOIS.
9U.
A."V31 H3" "TJ"35J
OF CITY AND COUNT.
oow.tiiHiov tr.uviiwrH.
milLer. & parkerT
General Commission
, FORWARDING MERCHANS.
DcaU-ra In
VLOUK, CORN, OATS, II AY, &e.
Agents for Fairbank's Scale.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO. ILLS.
PARKER. &, AX LEY."
GROCERS
And Cicneral
Commission Merchants.
NORTHERN BXJ TTER
Coniorof Sth Slrcrt and Walitngl;on Ate.
-MVtP'iy0-
Zll.
4.V
PETER CUHL,
FLOUR MERCHANT,
ANtv
MILLBKS' AGENT,
CAIRO, ILLS.
-N. II. TllUtlmVOOll. I' .T. Tlil.llmrnn.t
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
(ii:xi:u.r, . i
Commisssion Merchants1,
UralcM In
I'lour, Corn, Oats, llay, ic.
-No. 78 OHIO I.miKf
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
NEW YOKK BTOitK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAHOlltfT TAKI1TY BTOOlt Il TD OITT
UOOD8 SOLD VBHY ULOBK.
Sornr of MlBntminth ntmt nnd rnn
naermnl ati
V.. O. I'ATIKII
nirrcuEBH
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER.,
And Dealer In
FRESH MEATS,
KiuriTii Strkbt, ukt. Washington. asd
COMMEKCIAl,AVK.adjolnliiK llanny l
I...... nf U....T PnrV. Mutton veal.
Lainli. Saiii.ai;u, etc., and ia liri'iiarcil to
serve lauillli'rt In a arccptalio manner.
JAS. KYNASTON,
BUTCHER
And Dealer In
ALL KINDS OF F11KS1I MEATS
Near Cor. Twonllolh Stroot and
Commorcial Avenuo.
QAIKO, ILLINOIS
HYLAND & SAUR,
BTJTOH
Ami boalor m
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of every ilccrliUlon,
Cor. 10th Stivet and ConinicHnl Avemii',
Next door to tuu llylami Ntiooii.
CaiiIo, Illinois,
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
DKAI.KIIH I.V
LUMBER
Of ALL KI.N1IS, UAltD AND 801T,
Keep constantly on hand
FLOORING SIDING.
AISL. LATH,
Conner Jllth Street
nnd Ohio Leveo.
Mill ami
OAiriO. IXjXj.
COFFEY, .HAKHISON & CO.,,
(Siif cemora to 1). Hunt & Son,)
and'
Commission Merchants,
VI.OIIIMJHAIN AND HAT
Btro
1 No W.Ohio Lovoo,
CAIUO, ILLS,
Mr
MA'
Fonyanllug.A General
C.ommion-.MwduatSa
Dealer In
Ohio
Caibo,. Ilia.
Wood RittenlioiiBe & &lher,
-AND
iMK
Oenkhai, Comjiission JIerjciianx, ,
133 Ohld Lcvcc, CMfoi. J.
U.ATM1U. .. , K.J, AYJIRS
QENEML COMMISSIOVMUOHAfl
K'lfixi y ur.Ii.iu- jjO
Ko. 78 I,ava,OninOATft. Ilia.
J. M, PHILLIP8,
VOUWAWMJttf
Commission Mercliant
, WiMiuaoAT J?n6pdtttOB.
I'ropreparcd to focwar' , ajl klndi of
Freight to all, points.
K3Tlliiliie attended to prorhiitly.
H. Levy.
J. K, Lane.
LEVY &.
Succeokor to II,
Levy
Commission Merchants.
i b
1 aii'd dcarers In'
Ttn)ES,ri)ILS, FEATHERS,
BmX,TUClS, ETC.
Ordcrtand OonslgnmtnU Solicited.
.No.OtVjlilol.cvcc, CAniOiUX.
II. A. Tbomi
h 1). Tlionn
THOMS & BROTBR,
Succesoira to II. "M.Hulen,
COMMISSION MERUHANTS, BROKERS
AJfD DBALXR8 TH
mtnpln nnd Fancy Jroraa,
foreign and Domeitlo
OAI1U). " , -
IlJilNOIB.
C. CLOSE,
(IKItKUAL
Ooriimissi'on Merchant
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, T?AMter,Hair, &c
OHIO LEVEE.
r3TI will In car londjott at m.inulao-
tnrcri prloef, adding frflcut.
JOHN B. PHILtlS &.SON.
(Sueccsor to John D; 1'hllln,)
General Commission
ANE
FORWABQBNG MERCHANTS,
DeaJcra III
HAY, COKN,
OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, &c.
Agents for Liflin & Rind Powder Company-
;OU. TENTH ST, Jfc OinOLVEE,
CAIRO, ILLS.
Y, Strattou.
T. lllrd
STRATTON Su BIRD
WHOLESALE GEOGERS
AXD
ommission Merchants.!
Agents American Powdor Company,
a?. OHIO J.HVSK, CHIBO.
Eott; Wood & Oo
1130 RIDGE AVENUE
IIILADELAHlA,' PENN.,
ouutalnn, Viiscs, AnlmaJuilronBUlri,
Lump roat. niuuio rnuufeB,
AST, WROUGHT & WRE EAILING3
UMaUl
it I ti
SKW and IMKOVEl'D CUAlUiortheatrctJ
.i i
ud a General Aesqrttuont, oi OrniH
inonuii lion, nori.
' 4
v,im i nil iloalTca lentou
tatallUg tuO eiaw U nu( ugniiu.
U-li-tOt-U . I rl
i ILLlAil B. SHlTIt, AT. D.
air.

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