LLINOIB CENTRAL RA'MldAD.
JUJM.....M Drily. I
mi fin f T.a' ' as vmi a
freight at afle p.in.,...
ABXIVa AT Oiino.
Kill at Mr. fi.m lilv
sproM M .2:06 p.m.,. ...except Hunday
Freight at 0:15 a.m., xcept Monuay
rrtlgbl at .7110 p.m.. except nunuay
Freight at ivmo p.m...... .
1682-17-tf. JAMK8 JOHNSON, Agent.
IIIK CAIRO AND VIN01NNE8
On ud after Hunday, February 22, 1874,
vuni wui run H iquows I
Cairo, leave 60 A.M.
Mound Oltr. leave .... i . B:9B
Vienna, leave ..i,. 6:43
lUrrUburf, leave..,,... 8:10
Norrli City, leava...... 0:15
Oaraal. arrive 0JM
Carml. leave.... .... ,.10:00
Orayville, leave., 10:40 "
Mount Carme,liaY0....U:M V
Vlncennea, leave. 12:26 f.jul
, a 1 , ... I . an na
poor a sotrrn.
! . rasner. Erolght.
.AM. Junction, leave. 7:16 a.m.
ineenncs, leave .to " iwir.M.
iravviiia. um . . . . . wiai , umit -a
:an,i, at . a .la. . iiihvi t. 1 .tui aa
'rrnl lama... in. in i fl.ir. a.xi.
is Uliy, Icare ju:i -- i:io
labureb. leave 11:43 " 8:10
itnna, leavo r.u. jziior.sr.
mititi i :uv. irarn " 3:111 11
!.. Brrfvn.. 11:03 3:10
houkd enrr AccouuopATiov.
IIU MUUSU V.LIY laMf V.UI. MJUU U.UJ,
. ru . - a , 1 . rut .-j...a.
Freight trains stop over night at Canal:
:8S a.m.; leaving Vlncennea at 7 p.m. the
n iron men nj imxeu iniiu. leHTinr hl
sine evonina lor return inn.
At Cairo with the MhslMlppI Central,
Mil i mm h n. rnr n nnliil aillT i-mm.
rkaitikia anil Tru. for all tinlnfji In Arlfan.
as ami icxas.
At Ylncennet: Indlanapollaand Ylncennos
all way lor Indianapolis and nil point north,
ait and wort; with Kvansvllie and Craw-
maw iiiii rni i w k w iiir r.vaiiainin. run iiauin. ,
ntuia a -nma irn an i mi ruiinri nnrin a T
nd wait: wtta Ohio and MImImIpdI rail-
II potnU east and vroit.
At Norrli City crossing tlie Springfield
at r iui aatiMiua. uuuiiiiuvi vu.iiuuau auu
aJ laoli Southeastern railway.
Ii. W. Palmrb, Oon'l Bup't
K. P. Wilson, Oen'l Passenger, Act.
v . 37-13-tf
i i w an r win mi i w
All) SOUTHERN RAILROAD.
Omnibuses arrive at and depart from the
i ii iui inniiT nciDiiiu La a: iz a. muu iuiuiuui
'111 KirilUH lUllUtlB .
Through csprewi, loavcn 12 noon, arrive
IH1 n In
Uuariemon Accommouauoo, icaven u.w u,
. . . . 1.1 I ...... n
and TA: d. m.
Charlctton Accommodation, arrive", 10:00
.!iu,anu j:iQp. m.
ITaUl IT'VUUll 1IUU113 .11. il a A. a
rime from Cairo t IJtUelock 13 bourn.
To Taxarcana 82 bourn.
To JaffarMn, Texas, 23 hours.
To Man ball i& bouri.
To Hhroveport, LooJrianii, 23 bourn.
To Dallai, Texan, an hour.
To Hearnt, Texan, hour.
To Houston, Tuxat), 41 hourf.
To (ialvonton, Tcxai 44 hour.
i a w .i.iAr 1-nralnnlir.
CWaJlKQUEMDouitu, A;ont, Clro.
on vad Marok ai, Itiea
OITY MATlONAIi UAH It, OAIRO
A. H. HAjrrORU. lwrfdent ;
M . H. 1 AY 10 H, Vloa-Prealdent;
U. UYUUJr, daoratary wd Traanurer
Paul O. Bosch,
TTTIUBT Mid on daaoilU ai tha rat ol mi
&aKtBo wllhdrawn 1 added lmm-
MiUW WOMWf AW OBILOnaK MAY
THE OITY NATIONAL
Wl I. BAIiLlDlT, rratldeat i
MBHRT U HALL1DAT, Vloe-PrilJnl
WAI.TBR HTBLiOP, Anlstta Oaibter-
HvaAva Tavum. .
Italia II. Ocswiionin,
W. P. IIauuut,
ukufi, eofas MSI VuXtea KSatea
Botla Bni skBA Sola.
USPoaiTB reealved, aad a nenaral banklni
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
J W. Miixm, President. -,
M. Phiilipb. Vloo-Presldont,
Chab. ODMHiManAM, Cashier.
OLMOXIONB PHOUPTI.Y MADK.
OXOBANfll. eolB, baalt otes and Ualle
Btroet, liotween Washington
Colorado to Be. Admitted
THE HOUSE APPOINTS A COMMIT! IX
TO INVESTIGATE THE ARKAN
AVaiuikqton, "Hay '28. Tho Louia
eommlttoo on torritoriot hava unanlixoui
ly auTuotlied Mr. Uhnffoo dalsgato from
Colorado territory, to roport a bill ad
mltllog Coloardo a tuter The report
will ba Made at tha earliett piactfcabla
opportunity. Tho frlondi of tho meuuro
claim Tor It that Colorado liaa Increaiod
more rapidly than aay territory except
California. The product of 1873 aro u
timated at over twtrily mlllloni of dolUri,
which includo flro mlllloni for gold and
liver, $C,7GO.OO0 for coreali, and $2,000,.
000 laloof live itock. Thuro aro 1017
mllet of tolograpb; 8S6 miles of irrigating
canali: roducllon nad imoltlng worki ure
valued at $3,000,000; cattle, por anonor's
return, $1,200; honei, $l,d05,U3ii; the
aliened value of property In tho terri
tory, $00,000,000. Tho voto pollod lait
yoar wu '20 Hi, and tbo rcgiftorod vote
ii 26,000. It Ii claimed that thoro ii now
population of 160,090.
Thero will bo another olTort mado to
morrow by Mr. Maynard to got up tbo
currency bill at roportod from tho bank
ing and currency committee. The prob
abilities are tb.it ba will not mccoeJ, and
that if the mattor be takon up, that the
work of the committee will bo ropudiatod
by tho home.
The Joint lolact eommlttoo on the dis
trict investigation completed their exam
ination of testimony to-day. Tbo ring
lawyers will fllo their arguement to-morrow,
and the memorialists' lawyori will
probably reply, after which the commit
tee will proceed to draw up their roport.
The testimony to-day was enlivened by
tbe appearance ol Dr. JJlako, ono of tbo
board of public works, who has boon an
active monitor of tho losrd since Janu
ary last. Dr. Blake vory candidly admit
ted the defoctivo manner in whlth tho
business had loon transacted.
Ho knew of no cettlemont
of tho accounts of ,tbo treaiuror,
and admitted tbat there was practically
no oheck on his being dishonost. Ho did
not think that a mombor of the board
should be its treasurer, said tbat tbe work
of letting out the contract should bo ar
ranged by giving them to tho lowost re
sponsible bidder. He admitted, also, that
the boird was bankrupt, and thoro was
no way of getting at tho amount of in
debtedneis. In short, his testimony,
though personally friendly to tho board,
wm tho severest possible condemnation
Mr. Iond succooded to-day In G"jnB
the houso to pais his rciolutlon providing
for the appointment of a commlttoe to In-
vostigato tho Aaxaniai suuh ..
Uin whether thoro is a povornmont thoro,
republican In form, and with tin ofllcor
duly elected by tho peoplo. Oonsldoring
that Irom tho time tbo itato wai con
itructod by the act Of March, 18C7, tho
domocrats and whito rosidents thero havo
persistently ftliegeu mmooj
cneatea out oi .u uiuvnun, i
Mr. Polan4'i prosent solicitude, and that
of his party, grow out of the foar that
tho future aloctloni aro to bo conducted on
an honest basli, thus in.urinf; tho itato to
tho democrats. .Messrs. uiayiui. aim
Dorsoy, the two senator), who aro accused
of buying their oaU In conprois, woro
over in the houio to-day oloctionoorinK to
have this resolution passed. It wont
threueh br 139 to 84.
All tho demociats and a few ropubll
cans voted against it. Tho Kroat body of
republicans voted ayo. being dissatuUod
with a sottlemont the effect of which is
to allow the white peoplo of Arkansas to
govern tbomselves practically. It Is sup
Sosed horo tho resolution will be a fcru-
.,.,. f.titnrn. 11 11 unruiy iiuiaiuiu iui
any corarollteo to go to Arkaniss during
this session, or to roport beforo tho noxt
session. In tho meantime, tno conven
tion of Arkanias will havo mot and
named a new constitution, and every
thing will bo sottled before tho next ios
slon of coogrois.
WILLIAMS AI THE DISTRICt AfFAIRB.
in the district Invosting committee,
Attornoy General Vllllams appeared and
donied that his lots were graded at tbo ox-
ponsooftho boara oi puouo wora., j
that tho contractor who did tbo workdid
so on a mutual understanding with TTil
Hams. Documents of tho board of publls
works wero, however, produced showing
tbat some portion ol tho work dono was
paid for by tho board. The contractor
who did tho work was callod and testlflod
that he removod from Attornoy Gonorol
"William's lots 9810 oublo yards, for which
tbo board had paid him tho sum of S2100,
and that upwards of $1800 wai itlll due.
Both ths boaru anu w imams nan roimuu
to pay It.
Proposed Alliance of Gran
gers and Democrats.
TorEKA, May 28. The convention of
delegates called by a committee of Frank
lin county met In tho state houio yester
day and was called to ordor by the ap
polntment of "V. O. Smith, of Atchlnson,
as chairman, and Mr. Nicholson, of Faols,
as secretary. There wore twonty-two del
egates from seven oountlos prosont : A
oommlttoe of four was nppolntod to con
fer with tbo oxaoutlvo eommlttoo of tho
fiimnri' reform orcanizatlon and tho
democrats stato csatral comralttco, and
report what aotlon Is naoossary to ao
compllsh tho objects of tho convention.
Alter a ioog uunuoi ih vuiuiuui.u
teportod that thoy recomraond tho Issuing
of the following mII ;
,,v,. nnilnMliriiud. oitizonB of tho steto
of Kansas, Ignoring all past party afil la
tlons, and doslroui of reforming tho state
and national govoruments from tho cor
ruptlons perroeatinp; every department
thSreof, call upon our fullow cltl.ons
throughout tbo state to moot In tholr ro
ipectlvo leglilatlvo dlatrlota on Saturday,
the lit day of August licit, and elect
three dolocutos to a convention to bo held
fit Topokn on Vodnsn2yi ' fh of
Auguit noxt, at 2 o'clock p. m., tho duty
or which convention (ban ue to piaco In
nomination candidates for tho general
etato offices rcquirod to be voted for by
law at tno gonerai election in govern Dor,
and nlio on said litday of August to elect
throo delogatei from eaoh of eaid logiila
tivo alitrlcts to a convention for each
oougrcsilonal district in tho itato to nom
inate a candidato for congress in tboir re
spective dlitrictf, said last mentionod con
vention to moat at Topeka on Thursday,
tho Cth of August, at 0 a. m, The oall Is
signed bv twentv-six reformed pranenn
and democrats, and Is to be circulated by
a eommlttoo of threo for further sicna-
A letter was road from John Davis ex
pressing his regrot at not being ablo to
bo prosent, And urging harmony on those
present In effecting tho objocts of the con
Wur in Spain
TH!.r.VMI.E I.V1DIA lNCItEjUXM.
IUxonne, May 28. Tvelers slato
that tieneraj Concha, with 20,000 ropubll
canF, Is marching toward Kstolla, prov
Inco Of laHvorno. Ho attacked tho Car
lists on tho 24th Inst., but was tcpulied
ovorywboro, Don Carlos has left Duran
go and arrived at Toloza.
London, May 28 Tho latest advices
from fjantander roport that Oenoral fa'
cha has contentrated an arrn- " 2o,00u
men at Vittora with tizr uur guns, and
will com men co nco- oporations next
LoNDOW, May 28.-0:30 a. m. Dis
patches !;om 'Kotno roproiont that tbo
Popo bai not entirely rocoverod from his
Ulnoss. Attacks of fevor continco.
Tlireojihysicians aro )n constant attoi
(Unco, and visitors aro rofusod access to
I.ON30K, May 28. Dispatches itate
that tho distress from famfno in India ii
inereailng. .Nearly threo million poo pi o
aro dopcudent upon tho yovornmont for
London, May 28. 0.30 a. m. A
special from ISerlin to the 'Daily Now,'
says l'rinco Bismarck tins bad a slignt ro
lapco of lllnois slnco his roturn to Var-
WHAT THE CZAR'S VISIT TO tONDdN
Kkt,' Yonx, May 23 Tho 'RepaWlquo
Fraucaiso,' l'aris nowspapor, considers tbo
arrival of the Emperor of Russia in Lon
don ai a great event, and says tho rnotlvo
of tho Ozar'i journoy was not simply to
see bis daughter again. Tho 'Ropubliquo
Krancaiso.boliovos his object was to bring
nKntit An II ndnrstandinc Letweon England
mt Hmila. directed to tho maintenance
.i. nK.na nr v.nmna. It continues
uu'n rv.iii r,.inli-n nt tuch n tacit troaty ol
nllianco, and ttio protection it will afford
m ti,m monnnnd bv unbridlod ambition.
Tbo croat policy of the Kuropoan balanco
. Jill 4lt.J. r.n,1a "
Ol power B.iii uujj uuiuuvt..
THE UNITED STATES,
CANADA AND NEW
STREET MUSICIANS PARADE
SCHOOL CHILDREN, ETC.
New York. May is. Tho polico com
tniaslonors bavo Issued an ordor authorb.
inir tho arrest of all tho street musicians
under sixteen Tears of ago.
Phlllin Klelmor, who fatally blabbed
William Belfort Saturday night, was ar
retted vosterdav iu tho woods neur Ja
matca. L. I.
Tho nbienco of itagcs from brosdway
affords such rollof to tbat thoroughfaro
that there is a gonoral deairo that a ttriko
of tho drivers may bo continue 1 long
nnouL'U to secure n substitute for tho an
riant and luraberlnc stage.
A mcfitlnir of tiroduco oxchanco was
held to approvo proposition for a roolp
roctty troaty betwoen thli country, Cau
ada and Newfoundland. Hon. Krastus
Brooks mado an addreis in favor of tho
treaty. His conclusions were that tbo
repeal of tho reciprocity troaty has lost
tho country many millions of dollars, and
that Its restoration In spirit, not noees
iarlly In form, Is most, desired to all
gonoral intorosts and detrimental to nono
of them. After a voto of thanks to Mr.
Brooks, tho following resolution was
Rosolvod, That thlsoxohango oarnostly
doslrcs to Impress upon tbe govornmont
of tho United States, and upon tho Bon
ators end ropresontativos of this stato in
congress, tho groat iraportanco of tho con
sumatlon of suoh a troaty at tho earliest
J. no annum pnrnuu oi oununysuiiuui
children of Brooklyn took placo to-day.
Thoro soemod to bo 60,000 children In tho
Ji..1 l J- - 1 1 l - V. . . 1
cltv. The hall of tho court houso nml
ottior nubile bulldlncs, as well as prlvato
dwellings along tho lino of march, aro
elaborately decoratoa with nags ana
bunting, and tbo city has a gala eppoar
anee. Aflor tbo parado tho children ro
turnodto their rospoctlvo echools, whoro
short addrossos woro mado and refresh
In tho match gamo nt billiards playod
ta.night In Tammany hi. uetweon AI
bort Garnior nnd Francois Ubassy, for
$1,000, Frenoh caroms, COO points, U bassy
won in tbe 7 2d Inning, Gamier scoring
44. Garnlor's largest run was 01; no
othots above 30. . Ubisy inndo runs of
CI, 40,01, 40, and 47. Thowlnnor loaves
for. Eutopo noxt month.
- , ooe. ioxs b Tirana a?
ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MAY 29. 1874.
at Momt Vernon,
Mt. Verxoit, llay28-Tho oitewlvo
maohlno shops of tht Houtheaitern and
at. Louis railroad it Ibis place wero com
pletoly dostroyed by flro this evening.
Whon first dlscovorid it was found that
4 Vi n nil I It net anaMia aaiimIaI l ttAAAa.
penton, was looonpletaly under tho.con-
iroi or tno are as t rinder an attempts
to tavo that nortlntof tha butldlni- futile.
The stoam whistlo isod to call the em-
ployos to labor was lounded. In a very
few minutes tho onlre town was at tbo
plaoo, laboring to combat tha flarnos.
Pl. J 1.1 fJV..IUI .....
auu miuniuvrj inu uuuuiu are n oi
wreck. Thran n'tha bait unirlna. anil
two coaches, Q'"J01 tbo company, wore
deitroyed A'",Tifcf company will
gK"B,,V,u".,.V ' uuho dam
mtitf oar teautlful and erowiuK .
iensrable and bevond aomputatlon.
Nearly 400 mechanics and laborers are by
tins calamity tbrown out or employment.
A numbor of accidents have boon roported
as having occurred, but your sorrospond
ent fallod to traoe them to rollablo sources.
Thero Is not a dollar of Insurance on tbe
proporty. Our town contributed $25,000
towards tho building of thoso shops and
will act liborally towards a reiteration of
tbo building, both by prlvato donation
and publio appropriations.
Q. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
So, 7G Ohio Lorco, CAIRO, ILLS
tSTSpcclal attention given to conMsn
menu and tilling ordorn. 11-2 tl
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
3NTo. XXO Oliio Iiovoo
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
01' AM. KINDS, HAM) AND BOFT,
Keep constantly on hnnil
Mill and YaTil.j
Conner 31th Street
nnil Ohio Lcvco.
WALL & ENT,
JlanufactircM and Dealers In
GREEN AND SEASONED
L.UMBEE A1SD LATH.
1'01'LAR.OAK CYPRUS, ASH, OUM
AND COTXONWUULI, OUl.
DREBSKI) PINE, AbU AND POP
LAR FLOORING, OEILNG AND
jSTOlllco at saw mill on comer of Twcn-
ty-econil street mid Ohio Lcveo.
R. SMYTH & CO,
No. 00 Ohio Lovco,
B. F. PARKER,
(Succcssjr to Pnrkor & Blako,)
PAINTS & OILS
And tho celebrated lUumlnatluU'
Brnsu' Building, 11th St. A,' Oomorclal
a - hst - d -wBH:i3srGKro3sr
WANTED Evory morchant
in Cairo and vicinity to know
that they can buy assortod stick
cAsnvof ROSE & TKMMK nt
13 cent por pound at tholr man
ufactory. The goods nan alio bo
obtained from tho Now York
Hloro nt corresponding figures.
THE CAIRO CITY
Are propared to supply customers!
wuu tno oost
LEAVE OllDKItS AT
USTHallidav llro.'s ofllcp. So. 70
EST At Egyptian Mills; or
It5rAt tho coal iluinti. fiwt nl
Special Indnctments to Largs Ccasamers
i ero s. PARKFR.
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, &c;
Agonta for Fairhank's Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. cAIROjlLUb
PARKER 8u AXLEY.
Corner of 8th Street and "Washington Ave.
KTo. 80 Olxlo Iiovooi
N. B. Thlstlcwood. P. J. Thlstlowood
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
Flour, Com, Oats, Jlay, &o.
No. 78 OHIO LEVEE,
NEW YORK STOxlK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAUOUST VAWltT STOCK Vt IHH OITT
GOODS SOLD VBRY OLOSX.
Corner of Hlaeteautn trwl nnd Horn
O. O. I'ATDXIt
COFFEI, HARRISON & CO.,
(Successors to D. llurd & Bon,)
IXOUB.CIUAIN AND HAT.
Mn 03 Ohio Lovoo, OAIRO, ILLS,
C. H. WHEELER,
WOOD AND GOAL
OFFICE AJiD YARD,
lOth St. but. Washiiiglpn & Commercial Ave.
A largo supply of lMtUhurg and Dig
Muddy coal constantly on hand, Stove
wood nawod to order. Orders for coal oi
W001' should bo loft at tho office on Tonth
Ureet. Terms, cash on delivery.
Boot & Shoe
Ucttveco To"'- JUevouth fllrceli,
U i prepared to fill orders without delay.
Uuhusanno stock of imported leather on
hand. Juit received from NiwYcrk, and han
put down tho price to tyo lowest notch.
K. A1AXWELL & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
MACHINE & BURNIG OILS
Also Agents for tho
No. 710, North Molno Street,.'
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
fRIMII NI'KINO I1DODN
MRS. M. JACKSON,
(Formerly Mrs. Swandcrs,)
announces that alio has
assortment ot tho
just, openod a larg
Mllllnorv (looila tn Im Mnml in thn marlro
ULo will ltoalp aa laaauU
UAn 110WHXTS. Flowtm. Rmnoxm
iitT.r.ina IlMnvnur vvtrva nr ,
And all goods found In millinery juiw, w
Ol WMCh Vlll HO (llSpOHCO OI ai uio
cash prtcos. Mrs. jacuson iiiiiiuuu.
asks a continuation oi mo piuouiH.u
has boon so liberally neKMiowou upuu u u,
Uio lautos of uairo anuuiu iuiui.ia
And Dealer in
VaianTii STnitT, bet. VTAsuiKOTon ad
Commercial, AYZ.adjoinlng uanny s.
i,n i,nui nrilpif.1nr1r.Miitton veal,
I.imli. KausaL'o. etc.. and Is pruparcu 10
servo families in a acccptablo manner.
And Dealer In
ALL KINDS OF PRESH MEATS
Near Cor. Twontlolh Street and
HYLAND & SAUR,
And Dealers In
choice fresh meats,
Of every dccriptloii,
Cor. 10th Street and Commerejal Avenue,"
next uoor 10 mo iijiuhu oiuu.
Oiiocnswarc, China, Glassware, hock-
cnlium and Yellow wore, aiuuonuri',
China Ornnments and Toys, Fancy
Good, Platodtvaro, Tahlo and
Pocket Cutlery, LAmpi, Lnnp
Clilmuoys, Lamp Trimmings,
LooMnir Glassca. etc.
In fact ovcry Ulna or goods uolongtng to a
a aro Kin
Vnr thn noxt SIXtV daVS I Will OflW tho
above goods at and below cost, for cash only.
Tho goods must bo sold to closo tbocoacorn.
I'lnc iiuvrrs aro eHDOCiaiiy iiiviicu, biuiki
ecmo ami seo for themselves or send, tholr
orders, Iu cither ease Iguaranteo satufactlon
aj. T, 1UUMAU.
Assignee of Parson, Dals CO.
Calao, lll.i April 15, 187 1.
a u n
.Uoalera te .
PLOJD , GRAIN, HAY AND
WESTERN PRODUOB. -vt.
Oiiio Levee. . natnX tt.'ri-
Wood BitterikoQo Brother
Qenehal Commission Mebchant,
183 Ohio Lovco, Cairo, t
E J. ATII9
AYBR8 ft C9n
FLO XT .
GENERAL COMMISSION ME&0HAKTS
J. M. PHILLIPS,
WirAItEAOAT PBOPBIBTOB. a
l'roprc'pared to forward nil kinds of
Freight to all poinbJ.
ISTllualness attended to promptly.
J. K, Lano.
Successor to H. Levy
and dealers In j
HIDES, FURS, FEATHERS,
BEESWAX, RAGS, ETC.
Orders and Consignment Solicited.
i0,?I,oil10 LoTCO CAIRO, ILL.
1107 -4-30-1 M. '
H. Aa Thorns
!. D, Thoai
THOMS &, BROTHER,
Huccesosrs to II. M.Uulcn,
COMMISSION MKKCHAHTS. BROKERS
NlAilo KSkA Fnnex Oroocrlaa,
' foreign and Domestlo
101 Commercial Avenue,
OAIRO, . .. IWilNOIH.
Lime, Comcjt, Plaster, Hair, &c.
JGTI will soil In carload lots at manufac
turers prleCB, adillng nrelght.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Successor to John B. Phlllis,)
MEAL, BRAN, &o.
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powder Coapwy.
COR. TENTH ST. & OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO. ILLS. ,
STRATTON & BIRD
) ommission MorchantSs
Agents Amorican Powdor Company,
67 nnro zimrir. anno.
C. N. HUGHES,
Geaoral Insurance Agent
Ohio Levco, over Mathus & Uhl'n.
jBgyA'oiis but Jirit-chu Companies
Safford, Morris & Candeo,
73 Ohio Lovoo, City National' Bank
Building, Cairo, Ills,
Tho oldest established Agenoy In Southern
lllluoU, reprewnlinj,' pvw ,
ot tliecat Injuranco Capital tho jo U. 8
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