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LL1NOI8 UKNTKAL It A'" KOAD.
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If
'" IttAIKR LJAVK CAIJt :
til ftt.lW .... 12:30 A.tn.,r.... .
Dally,
Kinross
ft'rtlaiit a.
frelxhtat...
. i:w a.m.,.. .except Sunday
TMlgiilat 40 ii.ra.,... 1
a.m
AltltlVK AT CAlltO.
Mall at 'J:ir a.m , Dally
Repress at 2 .-06 p.m., ....except .Sunday
freight at !:1B a.m.,. ,., except Monday
m i mtfui i .iu i.im,.....,uai:i)i ououay
Freight at 10:05 ti.tn f
IM-'MMf. Jahkh JoiiKgoN, Agent.
THE CAIRO AND V1N0BNNE8
RAILROAD.
cuAMBE or TIMK.
On and alter 8unday, February 22, 1874,
ii mm win run a iouuws ;
COmO NORTH.
I'aaicnjf r. Freight, j
i-miru, icavo, Ii.-WA.M. rcu.1 A.M.
Mound City. Icnvi; Brttt
Vlewis, leave... , :i:i "
llarrlaburg, leave h:l8 "
Norrli City, leave t):lft "
Caini', arrivu KM "
CMrml. lento 1000 '
CH-ayvulc,' leave iOiW "
Mount Carmel, leave... .11:22 "
VttiromiM, leave 12:2.'i i-.nl
. t .... ... .. n ... '
8.H7 "
1:43
lull r.M,
4:4.-i a:I.
a'At
7:08
0:M
u..v ji.rfuncuon, arrivc.iz.i "
(Ioi.no Botmr.
Passenger. 1 Infill
u..vji. junction, iravc.. :i. a.m
Vincennes, loare &' "
Mount Oarmel, leave.... 8:3.1 "
Orayvllle, leave H:18 "
Cannl, arrive lo.no "
Carml, leave 10:1(1 "
Norrls City, leavr 10:44 "
flarrisliurKli, leave 11:4.1 "
Vienna, leave 1:17 r.M.
Mound ( its-, leave 2:42 "
Cairo, arrive 3:0.1 "
7:00 r.M.
0:00 "
10:17 "
11:9) '
)i:ir a.m.
7:ls "
0:1(1 "
12:15 i'.m.
.1:10 "
3:10 "
MOUND OITT ACCOMMODATION.
Leave Cairo at 11:30 a.m. and fclf, p.m.
Leave Mound City at 12:3ft p.m. andCilOp.m.
Freight trains Hop over night at Carml;
run from there as mixed train, leaving at
tM a.m.; leaving Vlnrciinu- ut 7 p.m. the
same dulling for return trip.
connections.
At Cairo with the .Mil.ppl Central,
Molille onp Olilo, Tor all point soiit; (aim,
Arkan.ns and Texa., for all point In Arkan
.is and Texa.
At Vincennes: Indlanapollsand Vlncennca
railway lor Indianapolis and all iolntii north,
asi ana west; witn r.vansviue anu uraw
lordivllle railway for Kvansvllle.Terra Haute,
Danville, Chicago and all points north, east
andweit; with Ohio and MU'ls-lppi rail,
way for fit. Louli, Louisville, Cincinnati and
all point east and west.
At .Norris City ero-.lng the Kprlnytlcld
i rut 'I nol Routheaiitcrn railway.
L. W. I'almkii, OenM Hup'L
K. P. Wilsoh, Osn'l l'euuneor, ArL
S7-13.tf
TIME TABLE.
.ST. LOUIS AND IRON M0U5TIAX
AND SOUTHERN KAILHOAD.
Omnll)tic arrive stand depart from the
clllw) corner t-eentli -trcet and Coinmer-
lal Avenue a lollow. :
'I'hroiisU exiirf , leave 12 noon, arrives
tf) p. m.
Clurleton Aeeommodatlon, leaver O.-W) a.
).. and 2:45 . m.
Charleston AeeomtiKHlatlou, arrive, 10:"i0
a. in., and 1:15 p. in.
Tlruo tu all points In TcxtH and Arkan
,
IWEXTV-roUlt IIOL'IIS I.KSS THAN HY ANY
trtm.n itotnu.
Time from Cairo to Little Hock 1.1 hours.
Tu Texarratia 'SI hourt.
To JeiTf nton, Tex.nt. 25 hour-.
To Marshall 26 houn.
To HhrcveiMirt, lullana, 29 hotir.
To Dallas, Texa, :'A houri".
To llearne, Texa-, hour..
To Houston, Texas, 4 1 hour..
To (ialvuston, Texas 41 hour.
D. Axtkm., Chief Knt'lneer.
L', V. Hr.qi'KMiiOl'lto, Auent, ( alro.
fc-ft-Mf.
ENTERPRISE SAVlNGd
CUm td nmwcli SI. 1N0
OF
CITY NATIONAL HANK, OAlllO
orvicxus ;
A. B. 8AVHOUI), l"reldent;
0. H. TAYLOU, Vloe-l'roaldent;
U. UVHLor, Beerstary and Treaiurer
Diaaorou I
p; M. HiaetAl, Oiuf. (liijoaia,
T. H. rfeocirLvrii, Paci. 0. Hcucn,
K. 11. Ooil.", U. 1. IliLiJCil
J, H, Puuun.
rSITXKIUjT paid on doroU at lh rl ol all
Mront. paraanrun, Marob lataad Htpum
T UU IsUraatBol withdrawn In added Inime.
utaUlj toth principal of tb depo.lU, thereby
tlTlnx tham eomponad tntarett.
MAKUBD WOM1H AMD CnlUlftHM MAT
BBT01IT M0M1T
THE CITY NATIONAL
BAWTC.
IIA1UU, I I.I.I NO IN
OAPITAL,
I1OU.O00
Offtciati
Wl P. 11ALL11IAT, PrwlJ-cl,
HRNRY L. OALLID1Y, Vlo-lrlilcai
A. II. HARFORD, Ouhier I
WALT KB IITSLOP, Asaulln Oaihlif
Htaat TATioa, lfcir li. OcnMauiK,
Haaai L.Haijjpv, w. p. ualuuat,
30. D. WiLUAmoi, bumiK HikD
A. B. BttTukD.
sefeavBC, Coin and Vultva ntiua
lioda Bonjfht and Hold.
DV38IT8 raoatvsd, aad
koatniaa doaa.
a xtnoral banklai
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or oaihh.
R. Vf. Mili.ku, Fresldont.
J. M. l'lliiLii-a, Vtco-l'roHldont.
CnAS. CUNNlOHAM, Cashier.
OTjLKOTIONB VBOUlTIiY' MADB,
EXOniNOE, coin, hank not an
bUtaaaaoarU'ea bought and aold.
and Unllttf
d.
1 U-HIIIDWCU "
DANIK1. LAMPKIIT
FASHIONABLE BARBER
AND
T7. JXJZ
EEBB3EE
Slgh'.h
Street, between Wanhlngton
Couimvrclal Avenue,
and
OAIUO.'.ILLINOIK.
!PPf grog jjgg jtojhffa .
VOL. G.
WASHINGTON.
The Resignation oi' Secre
tary jHcuaruson not
. Certain.
THE NEXT MOVE OF THE
CENTENNIAL LOBBY.
Washimotok. May 25. The Internal
revenue rocelnt un to thu 22d of .Mv In.
clmlvo were SO.'ll'J.CSO 71. Thli It ahott
equal to tho corroipondln)- period of lait
rear, and It li bellovcd at the denartrnont
that tho citimatoof $100,000,000 fur tho
current llscal year will bo cxceodcJ. Tho
cuRtoma revenuo li (omewbat Improved,
the rocoipta for .May, up to the 2lit Init.
Incluiive, Ltiny i'J,13i,O00.
LOL1IV1LLK AND rollTI.AND CANAL.
Hecrotnry I'.lchardion. whllo taklnc
itxpi under tho lato act of conresi to dis
charge tho curront IndeblodnoM of tho
Loulivillo and i'orlland cannl, will prob
ably mako no oiror for tho purcnaienf tho
bondi, tut will red earn thor.i whon oll'jrel
to tho department for kalo tt rcaionablo
tortni.
IlICIIAHDSOK'S REblSNATlON.
From preicnt Indication! itdocinot
tcern that hecrotnry Kicbardton U about
to rtilpn oltice immudiatoly. Ilu health
ii far from Rood, and ho may find it nec
cuary to take tomo additional relaxation
from work ero long. No ono icetni to bo
ilxod upon in public expectation at a nrob
able lucconor, aud it U doubtful whether
the proildent will venturo to tend in a
name to tbotenatq to lorn' at tho llnanilal
queition rotnaini unnttled.
CABD1DATE.
The Hon. John 1). Younc of tho Tenth
cootrciiional diitrict of Kentucky has re
cvlved very iatiifactory anuranco of iup-
port, and will coon loraially announce
hinnolf hi a candidato for re-election to
congren.
8TAEMI10AT IN7ERr..sTS.
It is alroady evident that tho war mado
by the treaiury ring and their radical al
lies in the senate, Mwirr, Conkiinc and
Stewart, upon tho bill designed to roiiovo
the steamboat interest from tho veiatlouii
and ruinous provisions contained in tho
act ot tho 28th Of Fobruary, 1871, which
was succciMui at a former toition is to bo
renewed upon tho steamboat bill just
passed by tho houso of reprolentatlvci.
A preliminary anault upon tho bill ap
pears In tho Daily Chroniclo this morn
ing. It forshadowj a persistent eiTort of
tho prsiidonlial Ucquarv to beat the bill.
Owing to tho brevity of tho section and
tho tltno already consumed by tno civil
rights bill and other partisan bill;,, tho
western people stand a fair chance of be
ing cheated out of tho moasure. Tho till
is now beforo the scnato committee of
commerce, whero it has to run tho gnunt-
lot of such bigots as (Joakllng, Jlucklng
bam and Uoutwell.
THE CKNTKNIAL
lobby will probably concentrato their en
ergies upon tho work of passing a joint
resolution requesting tho president to in
vito foreign governments, in tho Kamoof
tho United Stales, to tako part in the in
ternational oxnontion, to Lo held in l'bll
adalphla, under the auspices of tho
United States. Tho 'Daily Chroniclo1 ol
this morning remarks that tho peculiar
pbraicology of tbo resolution is adopted
for tho purpoho of laying tho foundation
of a demand for an approprlatiou next
year. Before this resolution passes, tho
radicals ot tno rennsylvania delegation
in tbo houio of reprosontatives will havo
an opportunity of following tho load of
licibri. camoron ana aeon, tno two 1'onc
sylvania senators, by voting for tho civil
rights bill to establish rnlxod schools for
black and tho poor whito children.
CONOIlKStlONAL I'UINTINO.
Messrs. ltivcs A- Daily, proprietor) o(
tho 'Ulobo,' havo published alottor ad-
rossod by them to Sotator Howe, upon
the misconduct of tho congressional
printor, which rcflocts severely, not only
upon thatotUccr, but upon tho senate
committee. They say that on tho 31st of
January last thoy placed beforo Son ate r
Anthony examples cf tho congrosstonal
printer' modo of accounting for the
paper uieu in ins oiuce, anu snowing mat,
in fomo instances, hn had charged threo
timos its cost. Thoy say they havo been
ready to maintain this chargo at any
time, but four months havo paieed and no
action has b -on taken by Sonator Anthony
or the commltteu of which he Is chairman.
Tho houso over two months ago passed a
joint resolution directing the joint com
mittee, on printing to invosiiguto tno ai-
ledfol abuses In tho eovornmont nrlr.tinr
offices. This resolution, on reaching tho
senate, was rotorred to tho sonato com
mitteo on printing, ana sluiuuors there
vet. In addition to tho ovorclmrirod for
- i tu . .. ..
paper consumou, jiesirs. juvea o: iiauoy,
II vo wooks aco, Doiuro mo uouso commit-
teo. charged tho government printer with
being a defaulter in his paper accounts to
tho amount of $40,000.
Messrs. Hives & ilallny aro 'gcntlomcn
of unquestionable integrity and business
ah lltv. ana tno lauuro oi tuo senate com
mittoo to Investigate tho facts they allcgo
is certainly vory extraordinary.
Kdward Taylor, postal clerk betweon
Washington and Lynchburg, Va., was ar
rested in Alexandria. Va.. Katurdav nvon
Ing, charged with robbing tho mail. Ho
wavod an examination, and was commit'
ted to jail In dofault of $5,000.
nevyork.
Nk.w York, May-25. Saturday night,
as William Hatford, a watchman, was
passing through Moore stroot, noar Gra
ham KVnnuo, urooKiyn, n young man
named Klummcr, and his rather, ap
proached trom behind, when tno rormor
doalt l'latford o blow on tho back of tho
head, layinc his skull opon, and from
which ho died in throo hours, Klummer
was arrested
Two mon drank In a saloon on Thirty
toventb street early this mornlnc and re
lusoa paymo.ii, wnon ono ot thorn named
Thomaa MoConnoll was thotand mortally
wounaea oy tuo propriotor, .John Bma
nigh. Tho latter was arrojtod.
Tbo flroalwfty atago drlvra to-nlgbt
rosolvod to alrlko in tho morning, if tbo
domand of S3 per day I intend of $3 60 is
not complioiiwitti.
I'iano For Balk. iret-class eoyon
nnd a quarter octavo piano choap for cash
or enn bo tradod for, part cash and hal
snco In dross goods; or opon to any othor
trado, by addressing aaa,
l'ost-olllco, Cairo.
tbLBGBAPHID.
FOREIGN.
Ex-Prosidont Tliiors on tho
French Situation.
iNTtrttsriNa NEWS FROM
SOUTH AMERICA.
.. .. PANAMA.
riKW 1 OKK. MnV 'iS. . Panama o,1t,T,.
-t ai .t . ""itoiii u-ATIVCB
ui mo join roporl that Uonzalos, th
cornmanuant at Han Joso do Uuatamalo.
received whllo endeavoring tocscapoon
board thu l'aclflc mail itnsmnr A.i.An.
nam uv. iJIUfkllllT WOUnrlnfl f.v thn .I.AtB
ii . blub luu "f'lisn consul jugrco.
Hut ho wm to bo tried on tho l!3th ult
nnd It is believed would bo shot. I'aisen
gera who wero ou tho atimoor !
when thu outrago going un, apeak
vory strongly agaitiat Mr. James, United
.States consul, for not Interfering to savo
Mr. Magroofrom tho cruelty of tho com
mandant. Tho death of Gonoral C'axton, United
States minister te UolivU, occurred at La
l'az, on tho ICth Inst. His family wero
about to return to tho United States, tak
ing tho rorriHins with them.
The executive anil judicial authorities
at Chili havo at last decidod that tho In
ternational law gavo thorn no right to im
prison Captain iiydo for tho Ion of tho
Koglish steamer Xacna. Ho has corns
qucntly been sot At llborty and returned
to England.
Tho report that tbo Knglish rnlnittor at
Santiago had domunded i.25,000 as indem
nity for tho falso Imprisonment of Capt.
Magreo Is not confirmed by alparaiso
papers up to the lioth ult. The govern
ment, howevor, oirerod to pay his passage
and also oxprcssed its willingness to com
pensate him for falso imprisonment.
FRANCE.
l'Anii, May 25. Kx-l'residcnt Thiers
to-day received a deputation from the de
partment of Uirondo, and in roply to
their address said tho monarchy which ho
was overthrown for not establishing wne
impossible. Tho conservative republic
alone could reorganize and pacify Franco.
Ho hopes thot aftor its resent oxptrienco
tho assembly would admit tho necessity
of making tbo country asovoroign nrbltor.
ii 11 pcrsiatoa in sitting, wbilo powerless
to attain any result, It would exceed tho
bounds of reason. Unablo to frarno a
government, tho majority had lost tho
moans and right to govern; ho theroloro
expects a dissolution which wouldrohab-
nitato tbo assembly in tho eves of tho na-
lion. Tho electors would b less wlso ut.d
moderate tho longer a dissolution was de-
layoa. An election to All a vacant eat
took plaeo In tho department of JJieovo
to-day. Tbo republican candidato was
chosen by adccislvo majority.
GREAT BRITAIN.
London, .May 25. Tho 'Oliervcr' an-
nnunccs that at tbo colobratlon of the
queen a birthday, which takes placo to
morrow, tho title of Uuko of Conaught
w!il bo coniorrcd on I'rinco Arthur.
ITALY.
Home, May '.'5 Tho none is sutrerint!
from o fever, tbo result of a cold. Incep
tions at tho Vatican havo consequently
beon sutpondod.
Komk, May 25 A ministerial crisis
exists here in consequence of tbo rejec
tion by parliament of tho measures pro
posed by tho minister of finance.
SPAIN-
Uayonnk, May 21 Tho Carlisle
are
ntrenching in force at Kstelia.
JUdrid, ilay 24. Ueneral Concha is
concentrating his forces for an attack on
tho Car lists in lUtolla and vicinity.
THE CROPS.
Indianapolis. Ind.. Muv 25. Tho fol
lowing is un abstract ot tno leading in-
tormatlon publishod by tho 'National
Crop Keporter' to-day:
Keturns uro now bring received from
correspondents in tho cotton etatos, tho
tun deductions from which will bo pub
lished next week, indicating that in all
these atatcs, ox:o,it Tolas, the area plant
ed in cotton this season is considurablo
less than thn uroa plantoo last season.
whllo tho avoraco of corn is about cor-
icspondingly inoreasod.
iiiero u a very general complaint of
tho dostrnction of the first planting, both
of cotton nnd corn, by tho :ool weather
ana nigu water. Jiucn or tho replanting
line been nu'omplishod, but it Is loured
that, owing to tho latuness of thu season,
a considerable uroa will have to lio ovor.
As far as aro to bo judged from roporta re
ceived tho fctunJ, May 15, was consider
able below u fall average although tho
stand of corn was much aupo:ior to thut
ot our cotton. Alio roturns of correspond
dents in tho state of Illinois, Indiana.
Iowa, Texas, MInnosota, Missouri, Ohio
and Wisconsin, show an average falling
oil' in tho area sown this spring in tnrloy,
In comparison with tho acreago ol tho
samo grain last spring, of it fraction our
lu per cont. i ne estimated acrcago ot
pring ryo shows a falling oU'ln tho sumo
states of an avorage ovor 0 per cent.
1 bo returns relativo to the nurnbir and
condition of tho cattlo, Mny 1, in tho
same stntos, show an estimated docroaso
in numbers from tho corresponding dates
oi 1873, nveraging over 18 per cout, nnd
a falling ell from rn avorago, good con
dition of ovor llvo per cout. Keturns
dated May 15 donoto that, ns u whole, tho
spring sowings of email grain woro got in
good shapo, and tho prosont prospects, es
pecially of spring whoat aro flattering,
Uonerally spoaking, this is truo of tbo
wintor whoat, although thero aro from
aomo localities complaints or aamages
from the bad weather. Complaints of tho
pooato bug aro froquent throughout tho
wost, and form n souroo of cons'dorablo
apprehension.
CHICAGO-
Ciiicaoo. May 25. Tho Kov. D.ivi
Swing publicly announced his determina
tion lo npply to tho Chicago presbytory
from a letter of dismissal from tbo I'ros
bytorian courcb. Ho will, however, re
main as pastor of or preachor for tho
Fourth I'rosbytorlan church, in accord
ance with tho oxprossnd wishes ot tho ol
dors and leading mombors thorcof. I'rof.
Swing preached In tho Fourth church
Sunday to a congregation whloh flllod
tho odiilce to ovorilowing, and moro than
llvo hundred pooplo woro unublo to gain
admittance Ho mado no allusion to tho
recont trial. After tho somcos wore con
cludod n collection was taken up to pny
otfthodobtof tho church, nnd tho entire
amount, ovor $20,000, was raised In llftoon
minutos,
, . wjj.j.x ux'QlT
AjIIggiS. , TOESDAY.MAY 20, 187-j.
MARKETS.
FKW YOUK. ,
New YonK. Mny'SC.
GOLD ll!U
FLOUH dull
WHKAT quiet . 40 1 60
COJ1N qhlot nnditoady 81 w '
OATH iiulol and itoady 03 Ch OCe
MKSSl'OJtK mtnlnally 18
LAUD nomlnall-rlljo
WHISKY 07 17 J
ST. LOUIS'
Bt. Loots, May"25.
KLOUlt-Ucchirgcd
WHEAT-Dullonlv
soiling ; '
COltN-Heavy reooipta demoralized
market, noouotatims.
MASV I...- f
AVHIS1CY Ouiit Hoe
U1l .. .. .
Hftlea yet "y aau ii,,. no
UACO Pin" "ia"l''loififo
clear iuiu
LAUD firm, winter 11c
CIUUAGO.
CliiCAOo.May 25. FLO UK dull and
licavv; goodto ctoico spring oxtrn ooml
nol &"l 5J.
WHLAT quid II 10 Jun: 1 lBf
July.
CUK irrcuiir, activo aud belter 58c
fresh, G8J 58rJuic, 58 July.
OATS du! unsittlcd! offerod 14 i June.
4 2 bid July I
I'KOVIS.Uauil ana heavy
l'OKK Iwcr "' 4", July nominally,
i 15 Junt
LAUD old lot-'
N HISsY stclly, sales 'J5Jc
CIICI.S'NATI. .
Cincinnati, May 23.
WHliVT-Unl. nominally, 1 33
COKjl Mind dull at 70G)75k white
scarco it iot.
OAlS (luiitind unchanged,
COTO Ddl, nominal at 18c.
VinSKY (iticit and steady 04c
FCUK Hold t Sia.
IjAKD Notcitil, stonm lljc; kettle
lHc i
111 LK MKA'il ('uiet nnd Onn, rib
held at I'Jc: clear jc asked.
UACOK dteao.ihoulders 7 Jc; packed
clear rib 10c loot clear held at 10JQ,
1 )3.
Stef and xlneion Ladders, Sand
Screens, Kiddles, loves, Shovels, Spades,
Forks, Hoes, Katy Wator Closet Urlnnls,
Kitchen and Cos) Pool Sinks, Clothes
KIngora, Clothes Ernes, Clothes Lincm
and, in fact, a tulLsiortmcnt of kitchen
and Uouso furnisfog goods at A. Hal
loy's, 1C3 Washlnton avenue, near Tenth
ireut. oo i-ieiin,
The barber eLp le uu siio corner ot
Elgb'.h street atl Commercial avecuo
when .1. George Hionhouso with his gen
tlemanly arsistinti can bo found at any
hour of tho dayor night, roadv to cootho
your Oolings with a nooth ehavo, or cool
your.craper ind head vith a good sham
poo. It is a 5rst-.la!s ihop, and you aro
su of rocowlng flrstilasa treatment.
Laiics' and children's haj-cutor curlod
aftir tho most approved et;es. B-lD-tf
f lioo Fly Vivm weather will soon
bo hero. Now is tin ttrno to guard ogaln6t
flies, gnats and moquitoes. I will say to
tho public that 1 an mnkug u specialty
of groen wiro cloth this eoatnn nnd will
duplicate Chlcagi nnd i. Jj0uis
prices. I nlo lot p constaw.Jy 0n
hand a largo vnriotyof lV.nl
Cages, Uoss llai.cts, Flour Stands,
Toilet Stts, Hath Tubs, ind a gen
oral Etocif of Japarad, plain and stamp
pod tlnwro, KefriwratorSjAYoter Coolorn
and Good's IXL lto Cream Freezers.
Also tho Odoll iuprovod Step Ladder.',
which wil' ba sold at bottom figures.
C. "W. Henderson, 190 Commercial nv
onuo, Cairo, Ills. 77 1.21-lm
May 1' tovKit. ror tho best coal coolc
stovo buy tho celebrated May Flower.
For tho best wcod cook stovo buy tho old
rellablo Charter Oik; famous for giving
satisfaction everyvhero and boing especi
ally adapted to thewnnti of ovcry house
hold. I keep a argo varioty of other
cooking eloves, wheh aro bought for cash
and will be sold cbapar than tho cheap
est. If you want, cup of good collco
for breakfast buy tho 1'lonishod Ootleo
lliggin or Fronch oil'co pot. A full sup
ply of llrltnnln ceoe and tea pots always
on band. Don't f rgct tho placo.
C. llKSDEIlHON,
7fl 4-2 11m ltiO (ocimorclal nvo., Cairo
RoW. Wood & Co
1130UIOOK Avr.uu
nilLADELAlTIA, PEXN.,
rouiilfiliiii, Yiim's, AnliBiils. Iron Stairs,
Luinp l'ol, Slalilo Fitting"!
Wire Wo rig.
CAST, WK0UGHTJ& WIRE RAILINGS
XEWnmllMItOVKl'DCU.UKlorlhcatrfS,
Concert anil Lecture Halls.
Ami u CJinunil Assortment ol' Orna
mental Iron Work.
lMtnntcand designs fcntoiirpllcaUon,
htuling the c'.a-s 1 worlc iloirtd.
iliM-ll-cud-u
IJli. M. UOWAUD,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
offici:--)iini:k commercial av.
AND SIXTH STltKKT.
KESIDENCl-SovMilh unit, belworn
Vaihlnstoii A v. tutil Walmii Ptreul.
iii a-21-tr
DR. AV. ULAUW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN. ,
Junris lllrrk (up stniia) crmer Slli Ktro
tind "Washington Avonuo.
90-31-tf. OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
AVANTED Every morchant
In Cairo nnd vicinity to know
that thoy can buy assortod stick
CAM)V0f KOMn i VKMMK at
ncontapor poun I ot their rnau-
obtained Ironi,llu i,v vork
Storo ut oorrefpondnR uroi.
O.VI,
TI
IJO CAIRO CITY
id
0
A
L
COMPANY j
Are prepared to supply customem
wuu tno host
PITTSBURG
i
AND
ILLINOIS
COAL
I.EAVI
i3Iliilliday
OltDKltH AT
liro.'i- olllce, 'o. 70
ijiuo i.evee;
riTHalllilav llro.'s Wharfljiat;
&TAt Ku-yiitlan Mill-: or
IdJ'At the eoal dump, foot Ol
Thlrt-eli:hth street.
I
1IISAT NT01ti:Sl
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GHOOEIi,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer In
eoat stores;
No. 70 Ohio Lcvcc, CAlltO, ILLS
C3T?pcclal attention given
menu uml tilling orders.
to
cntiflgn.
11.2 tt
SAM WILSON,
boatI'tohes
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
INTO. XIO Olilo Tjovoo
CAIRO ILLS.
IKSUttANCU
c" "N T H U GH ES ,
General Insurance Agent
OFFICE,
Ohio Lcvcc, over Mathus Si UhlV.
CttjfjVojir but jimt-chis Coiupanli
rrpntcntcd.
INSURANCE.
KbTAllMSlI ED 18")S.
SsilTonl, Morris & Caiulee,
l.NSU RANCH AlSENTS,
Til Ohio Lovcc, City Nntioiml Hank
lluildiuu', Caiuo, Ills.
Tho olde.t u.tubllslicd Agency In Southern
IlllnoiK, roprejeiitlng over
$65,000,000.00.
of tho lies.t IiftiraiKO Capital thojo U. 8
Assignees Sale
OP
Oiirpiiswnrp. Chum, (ilitaawnrp, Kock-
ciiliiim uml Yellow Vnrp, Stonowun',
I'lilnn Oriiiiiuoiitsniid Toyn, FmuT
UooiN, I'lnlodwnrc, Tnhlo nnd
Focliiit Ciillcry, I.niiiiH, I,iiiii
Cliliiuioyc, LmiiiiTrlmmliiu's,
Looking (Jlitssus, ulu.
In fact every kind of goods belonging to u
First Ciii
QUEENSW ARE
BTOBB
For tho next HXty day 1 will oiler tlio
alioo goods at and holow cost, for eash only.
'i1iu l'ochIs must bo soldlo elotothoconeorii.
Close imvers aro especially Invited, either to
eMiio and seo for themselves or send tholr
oidvii1, In clllioreifco lgiiariinteosatUfuetlon
.1. T. TIIOMAH.
Asslgucu or I'at'Min, DaIn A' Co.
Culuo, ill., April 15, W7L
i
MILLER & PARKER7
General Commissioi
-AN
FORWARDING MERCHANS,
Dealers In
1'LOUJt, C'OHN, OATS, HAY, &.
AEcnt8 for Fairbank's Scales.
OHIO LEVEP
PARKER &, AXLEY.
GROCERS
Ww And ficncral
NORTHERN y&lhrER'
A Specialty.
Comr of Sth street and Washington Ave.
PETER CUHL,
EXCLUSIVE
FLOUa MERCHANT,
-ANt
MILLERfcj' AOEiNT,
-- oiiio Xio-p
OAIJIO, ILL.'.
II. llllkllcwooil. I .t ti.Ui.-...-. .
- " ...j..,, UwU
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
OE.VEKAL
Commisssion Merchaits,
Dealen In
Flour, Corn, Oatj.,' jry,
-No. 73 OIIIO LKVEEy
, CAIRO, ILLlfOIS
HEW YOUK. HTOilK,
wuolp:salk and retail
LABOKiT VABHTV 8TOOK IH TUB CItl
GOODS BOLD VEUY OLOSB.
ffnrnirorlnetMDth atrMtnasil Votu
raorcxiu Avruui
OAliiO, 'iLLlNOIP,
C. O. 1'ATICH
IIUTCIIKRN
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER,
And Dealer In
FRESH MEATS,
ElOlITII StREKT, I1ET. "WARIIINOTeK AND
Co.MtiEUciAL,Avx.adJoining Danny t
Keen" the bet of Hoof. l'ork.Mllttnn el,
IjiiiiIi. .siiikil'L'. ete.. and Is preparcil to
sene l'aiiillle.1 in a ncccptublo inauncr.
JAS. KYN ASTON,
BUTCHER
And Dealer In
ALL KINDS OF i'RKSH MEATS
Near Cor. Twontioth Street and
Commercial Avenue.
OAIKO, ILLINOIS
HYLAND & SAUR,
BUTCH ERS,
Ayl Dculcm in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of every deciiptlun,
Cor. 10th Street and Commercial Avenue.
Next dour to tho 11) land Sulouii.
Cairo, Illinois.
UK A I. KHTAfE AUKRVr.
John Q. ILmun.'
Chil.Ticrl
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
-ANI
HOUSE AGENTS,
COLLHOTOKS,
CONVKVANOKHS.'
NOTAJUKS PUBLICS
And l-nul AKMitsol tho lllinoUCeitral aud
lliirllngtoii and Missouri It. It, Cos.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lovco,
CAIRO, ILLS.
C. WINSTON & CO,
Real Estate Agents?
AUCTIONEERS,
71 Onto Lkvkk, (Second Flotr,)
CAIRO, ILL.
Ituy mid Kell It HA I. F.ST ATE. Fay TAXES,
Furnishes Abstract of Title.
fOMMiHsio.v Birncn.wrTH
tSTLaml Commissioner.
9m
Dealer
I'J O Till v",lT M
o in-,,
fist..
ITXjOTJ
s.b- ,
133 Ohio LoToe,tJf,4r
L .AYBHB.
AY BBS k O0. T
AI
QESmL COMMISSION MIEOHK
Wn.7B.I,Tmm.OHioOAtM.Ii.tsu
.1 M. PHILUPS,
.FOKWAK.UiNO
IJ
U'uAntAOAT PnorniEr
ropreparedto forward aU kink
Freight to all point,,.
1
rariluslne.i attended to proroptry.
. Levy.
J, K, Laut.
LEW A I Asssi-
, Successor t0 h. Levy
CoiMiHssioii Jferchinf.
and dealers In
1IIDEH, FUItS, PEATMEHSi
SWAX,KAGsTft
Orders and Con,,Blacau.
No. Ol Ohio Lnv'e. .
IIU7 IJWni. T
if. A. TDomi
LJlSM
TUOM8 & BEOTHEl
Huccesosrs to U. JLUulen
GOxMillSSION MERCHANTS, BB
AHD CBALBRJ Ut
taile nnrt rney Grow !
foTetgn and DomssHo
PRTJIT8 "CrTB
1M Comins'''! Avbu,
OAIBO. . IRLIWOI8.
C. CLOSE,
(lEUEItAL
Commission Merchant
And Dealer In
Lime, Coment, Plaster, Hair, &c.
OHIO LEVEE.
EjTI will sell in car load Iota at maaUAO
turen prices, adding freight.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
Successor to John It. Fhlllm,)
General Commission
AS
FORWABCJWG MERCHANTS,!
Deaicn In
HAY, CORN,
OATS, FLOUR,
31 13 A L, URAN, &Q,
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powder Compiny.
COK. TENTH ST. OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, ILLS.
W. Stratton.
Ti BtM
STRATTON & BIRD
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AN
ommlsslon Merchants,
Agents American Powder Company.
Lii)iiu:u.
Cairo Box and Basket Ca.
IIL'ALUUH IN
LUMBER
OV ALL KINDS, HARD AND 80PT,
Keep eonitantlyouhand
FLOORING SIDINQi
ALSO, IAT1I,
M, i - i 1 Councr 8-ith filmt
Mill and Yard, j nad Ohio Lcroo.
JI. WAUMKit, M. D,
U. J. STALKER, M.
Ofllce and mtdu 111 CpmiaraUl Ar .
J
ucxt door to the
AtUCntVW. AW-taVtf,

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