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LLIN01S UKNTltAL ItAf HO AD,
4H TRAINS UAYKCAU
! MM.A . i. ...1:80 a.,l,,, ; ....Dally
! Frefafct ...... 4K)6, a.m., t.. except Hunday
avratgaxai. 1,1.11:00 a.m.,,,,,
freight at I.1HI p,a "
Express fruit train leaves dally, except Kt
uruay ai b a. in.
iUKIVX ATCAtltO.
Mail at 1:30 a.m., Dally
Expreaa at, .....2:00 p.m.,. ...except Biindsy
reigm at i:mj a.m....exccpi Monuay
freight at 10:0.ri p.m.) except Sunday
rreigniai m i.n.,..
Kxprcsi Inilt train nrrlvo dally oxcept Hun
day at 10 JO a. in.
lM--'.-17-tf. JAMxk .Tohnbom, Agent.
SHE CAIRO AND V1N0BNNKS
BA1LROAD.
chascir w mr.
Ob and after Sunday, "February 22, 1874,
.rains win ran m ioiiowb :
OOINO NORTH,
-or 1'aMcnccr. l'rcleht.
Cairo, leave fcOOA.M. ri:0.tA.U.
Mound .tJlty, leave, brX!
Vlcuiia; Icavn :
llarrlaVwc, leave 8:11)
Norrla Hty, leave.,.,., Bslft
Caitul,arrivo...i...... 0:.V)
CanulI.lMver... ..IfltfO
(irmyvlllr. leave. ,...,..:lo
fiflS
8:47 "
l:i:i "
i-.m
2SI3 "
4:C a:u
7.-OS
Muiiftt UamrVluava .V. ;.11!M
VlnoaWte. leave.... C;M: Mil 0.-20 "
O.AM. Junction, arrlvo.liUs . '
OOIXG WUTH.
, Taasengcr. J.'rtlgliL.
0.Jf. Junction, leave.. 7:1ft A.M.
Vliuwinoe, leavo 7A'i " 7:00 p.m.
lloiiui CVinnel, leave.... 8:33 11:00 "
(IrayvIHe; leave....... I:18 10:17 "
ruil,arrive ..10:00 11:30 "
Caruil, Irav ,,10:10 :I5 a.m.
NorrU City, Icavo ,i0:4t 7:18 '
larriaburgu, leave 11:11 " :! "
viiiwia, wave '......i;ii r.w. iz:io r.M
3:10
ijulro,
he.,.. .... ., 3iB
a: 10
mound citt AccomiotUTioi.
Iaro Cairo at 11:30 a.m. and ft I A p.m
, Leave Mound City atUUlop.tu. and 0:10p.m.
Freight train atop ovcr'lilKht at Curml:
run from there; a mixed train, leaving at
tab A.tu ; leaving "Vlnccntics at 7 p.m. tho
alii); evening for return trip.
CONNECTION).
At Cairo with the 3llIslppl Central,
Mobile atlp Ohio, for alt otiit Mint; Cairo,
Arkana and Texa, for all point In Arkan
tun and Texan.
At VlBcenaos: Indlanapoltaand Ylnrennes
railway lor Indianapolis and all point north,
.east and went) with Kvauavllle and Craw
lordivlllo railway for KvanM IIlo.Terra Haute,
Danville, Chicago and all tioluta north, rant
and west; with Ohio and MlsMlppI rail
way for Ht. Louis, loulvlIlc, Cincinnati and
- all omta cant and west.
) At.Norrts Cltyi rrlDB the Springfield
' arul'J noli HoutbeastcrQ railway. ,' ' ,
- L. W. 1'ai.ukr, Gon'l Bup'L.
K. 1'. "Wil-wn, Gen'l Vassongor, Ant.
37-15-tf
JIME TABLE.
ST. LOUIS AKI IKON M0UNTIA
AND MUUTIIKKN KA1I.H0.VD.
OiunlhUDViaiTlvii stand depart from the
office corner Seventh Hired Hint Coiutnur
clal Avenue as I0II0W1 :
Through exprtw, leave 12 noon, arrive
lia p. 111.
Charlerlou Accommodation, leave l'0 .1.
w., and 2:4.'i p. m.
CliarleMon Accommodation, arrive, lo::W
a. m., and 1:15 p. m.
.) luioioaa poinu in icxi ann .rkan-
rwvwrv.wLiiu 'nnitittt r vurf Tlliv liV iW
OTIIKHIUK'TK. 3 ?
TlUie from Cairo toLltlle 1!k L in liuiiri.
To Texarcana ti. llour.
To JelferMii, Tcxai, Vt hour
To Marball2Q hour).
To Shretrport, lullini.i, Bi hour.
To )alla, Tcxai, Wl hourf.
To llearne, Texan, 'M hour.
To Ifou'otoo, Texas 41 houiT.
To (ialvu.ton, Tuxai 41 hour..
D. Axtku., Culr Knclnner.
C. W. Ui:()UtIDOUKfl, AKO.it. Cairo.
nxmum
ENTKHFR1SE dAVlMGs
tsit ra nairli its. tna
or
CITY NATIONAL HAN K, UAlHO
' urvioixua :
A. U. HAjrVOUD. l'roirtdeui;
a. B. TAYIjOH, Vloo-l'e-ldont;
U. IWBI)1. SeoroUry nJ Tteaurei
' ...
r.M. tWaoLAi.
t. H. Btooatuta,
R. U. avaauaBAis.
Ouis. (Ialiu.u,
l'itn.il:H.nni,
11. 1 U1U.1101
INTKMRBT paid on daolta al tbt rata ol ill
Mraaat. twraBBUm, Maiob Utao.l Hptnm
3., 1,. laUtealDOl wllharawn la aiacl Itum..
jUUlf to Ita pruwlpal of Ibu dapoalU, Uerebj
utflna them eompoaad loUraat.
MABMIBO WOMIV AI OUILUkHU MAT
mpoaiT mow at
THE CITY NATIONAL
J. m9 riuun
11AIUO, ILI.ISllin
0APITAL,
llUII.U'.lb
Wi V. UALlilUAT, I'rwIiUbli
HBNHT I. BALIilDAT, Vlo-l'il.lai
A. It. HAl'VOllU, OiuthlAr ;
VALTKR HYHbOl', AauUltn 0!lrf
BiaaoToiuii
Hoaaat II. Cvcxinania
HaaavU.Hau.ieii. w. r. hilwhai,
W.
iao. U. WIUJluxx., ni.ru.....".
A, DIIIVBHi
xeHiissc. tiola and UulMul iata
Honda Hunlt aad Hnlil.
DXrOHITd rMtlfed,
' bualaaai dona.
aad a ourl iMnklnt
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
US' OAIMC,
H. W. Mll.LKU, l'reeldout.
J, M. l'uti Ui'U, VloH-rroHldent,
Cum. OOKNmaiUM, Caablor.
oi.LarioNa fkomi'tly ma.dk,
0XOBANSB, oola. bank njtea aad UbII4
Ii. u.uAnvll4uahauflhtaBa Bold.
i tlAtUwi Tlsite nnpoulta
DANIKli LAMPKIIT
FASHIONABLE UAliBEll
AND
SAIE
DEE8 BBB
kUih'h
Btroct, between Wanbliigton
Commercial Avenue,
OAIUO.'.ILLINOIS
"-"'mum
VOL. . ' '
WASHINGTON,
Washisotox. I). 0.. I'.nv an. Tim
Canadian reciprocity tioaty butlniii ii
proccodmir 1 moot by with tho llritiih
agents and tbo alato dopirtmni.t. A
wll Informed nation, fornmr contul In
Canada, aucrti to-dav Unit a vory com.
prohotiiivo douumont villi ho tho remit of j
tbo nogotiationi, wlilcii u to lar iil
vanced at to bo tont in nil probability
to too ion t to within tho next twoweeki.
Tbo treaty la oven tnoro comprnbdiiaivo
In outlino than tbo points already lent
from bare Indicated.
Tbo homo roluiwl lil-dv In adont tbo
following: 'Thnt tbo haduarlura of
tb army aball not be removed from
.Waahinirlon, stcopt In tlmu o( war. '
Tlila wni ofTercd by Mr. Hutlur.
Tbt diitrlcl inrcallgallon ootninilleo
hold a loiilon with cloniu door, tbli
tuornlni;, and a dincutiioii took place
upon the tealluiony and tbo arguments
aubniitlad, in which all the motnbora prut
eot participatod. It wai llnallv ni;rw. to
adjorun ovir to ilonday. N.I.cu 101110
deflnalit plan will bo n:;food upon.
TbobouiACOinrnlltooon faclllo Hall-
road llitnnod to no arcumont, thlt morn-
Ine;, by Mr. Ktorrv, counicl for tbu Cen
tral I'aciUc, in opposition to ttiu proiioi-
Ition of Mr. J.uttrell, to lnvritiato tbo
roanagnrnont of tl.o road. Ho alio op
posed any Investigation Into tho contract
and flnanco dpartmontt of tLo rod
THE C01llll(lXKr. Of tNTKIINAt. HKV-
KNItl.
nualti encouragingly of tbo roceipts for
tbo Ilical year. J ho comminioncr bo
liovui tho receipts for tbo jtajwill exceed
nunareii 11111110111-.
Tho inmtnlttco on ways and mentis
iletcrminod, at tolara loiilon, to with
draw Ihtir ptndinc; bill, anil on Monday
report anottior comment with tho wuuci
of tbo house, as indicated by dlccnutoni.
Ibis they expect to pais without do-
late. . t ". ..
Tho commltleo conforenco' n lll fl
nanco bill will bavo a dlUlcult time. .Mr.
Illainu'a aprxilnteo!, Mciin. Maynard,
Karwell, aad Ulymcr, aro two niodcrato
expansionists and ono bard-monuy man.
Tbo sonatu taajorlty, howover, aro rep
resented by Morton nniOIorrimon, wbllo
ocott is by no means an ultra reiump
tionist. Ilo li as l.odoratn on bis tide as
Clymer, bis collenuu of tbo homo. U
who, it is thought, will bo euro to yield to
Mr. Merlon In tbo Ion;; run. Any bill
which can be screed upon will iplit tho
difference bolwnon the soualn and houto
proposals by requiring on tho orm i'wIo rc
serves to bo hi-ld In Imnk vaults and on
tho other by providing for tbo lorty per
cent. Kroontiack rollreinnnt.
Nothlni; is knon of .Mr. J'.iclianlton 1
probable action further than. thn. bo de
nies any intention f .reiirrninir. It H
said thai It waJI. Iloulil l- .
tbo eotniTittteo ot waya anil moans m wmi-
draw tho resolution of ceninro U t tho
rrafon that it would causo Mr. Ki anril-
son roil;ria,tion,
NEW YORK-
A HOMJMKNTTO KPOEK ALLAN t'OK.
Nkw Yoiti:, May 30. Tbo l'u.t laya
Ueore Y. Cbilp, of l'blladvlphla. bin
taUen measures to erect, at bis own ox
pome, a mltablo monumout over tho
pravo of Kilt'r Allan Too, and that thn
ilionty already contributod for tho pur
pi will U ki p. as a fund to prelurva
tbu monument and gravo in proper order.
WLIKI.r HANK eTATKll KNT.
Hank statement: Hnecln, decranto
J.'ili l,!M)0 ; legal tenders increaio. f l.flO.J,
S00; deno.ils duoreaie, (l.BlSii.OOU; eircu
Iati3n,(.i:crease( $73,400; roiorvo, Inoref.ae,
l,07O,60O.
TllK LOCAL (lOVKIlf IKNT.
The bomd cf aldermen, by u dccitivo
vote. Iiavini: requested tbo mayor to us-
pond and rumovo tho police lommimou
era tor malfeasance In tbo administration
of ono of thu uiuit hnp irtaiit depart
ments of their olllcc, thu 'l'ribuiio' state
that the police commlriionors coinpltcont-
IV usaclt tual Ilia aisauu n 1110 tuureav
child's play, liibsmuch 11 a tbo mayor Is
tbuir tMoru nllv.
Tbu 'Herald' tavi.oi una ponco
businets : "Tbo mayor f not likuly to
heed tho Vuico of tho city, exprnsed
through tho common council. Illi iter
tonal intentions aro too much Indentllled
with election Irrt'i'ulitrllieH to remlur it
iirobiiblo tliut be will pay any attention
to tbo aldurinoii.
ComiuUsiniiir ales, in n publisliod
letter this mornlni;, has rejigned from tbo
Dorartmi'iit of l'arka. lluii f omtn.lnoit
tnilosu. bu fays nwini: to tho meddlo
touio disposition of Comptroller (Iroon, of
whom ho writes mitt 11 wouiu reununu 10
his credit if, whilii paying ttrict nttention
to hit own dutlcr, which aro nrduoua
enough .to tux all bis time and rapacity,
bo would conso 10 iniurmuuuio mui oni
eers of other municipal departments, and
sluti tbo nractico of covertly undermine
tno olUOliil cuarnuiur umi cniiuciiy 01 luoto
. . ... . 1 1... p . 1
who aro oqually will) bimsolf rcfponslblo
to publio Judgment.
Tbo emigration cominusion is nnotnor
Illustration of tbo disjointed condition
of tho local gova-nnmnt. Two of tbo
coiiunUsinnars aro In Kuropo, and n mi
nority of tho lioaru, to mnku tnnir oxm
ence full by tho majority, rcmnlng, thin
proventing a quorum nnu cringing oui-
iiei3 to a s'.anutiui.
THE INUNDATION.
Mavor AVilt.. of 'Now OrloiUf, hns ad-
droieod iinothor urgeut nppenl to Mayor
llavomoyor, In wbleli he says :
Will Wow York" coma to 1110 rrecuo 01
our destitute, ruined and famishing poo-
nlo? A doadly lumino la J.uuuiana
... . .1, ...l.ll.
WOUIU ufl II uaiiooill ui.ruuc, uiiiiiii mo
woallh mid philanthropy ol Amorleft
mu.t prevent nt U iiiir.arus. uommont
Inc oirihodispalch thn 'TlnitV sys : "If
...... ' 1 . t 1...I.. r...... H.la nl...
alayor YYIU7. uenires nuii iium .hid .tj,
bo abould i6k tho clumber of couimorco,
or inybody but llavnufyor, That indi
vidual Ims Mini; 10 luw in juiuiio opinion
tbat-nobody Is willing to trust him In
anything."
1 i nKu.
Tho autiromo court In uunorul toims
ronderod 11 decision this altnruoon, deny
lm tho mnlloii for n manilamus to vompol
(Jhicf J uaiicn uavi 10 igu 1110 mil 01
exceptions, tuken on tho trial ol VVilllnm
M- Tweed.
- -. a
YOU BALK.
A now liouso containing threo rooms
and sido porch, two good lot, cistern
and stablo. Tho property is sisuatod on
Twonty-llntatroot botweon Walnut nnd
Cedar atroote. Yor furthor pattlctilars
mqtilro on tlm promises. 3l-5-7.ini
aud
1 , 1 4' '
THE JACKSON EXCURSIONISTS.
UKOWD Til AT ViaiTKl) US
1 6 N Y K TKItDAY.
'
HOW TIIKV WKKKKKUKIVKD AND
wnvum tvwn '
TJIK WKI.U0MK ADDItKSd H V MU.
MOItlUS, AN P Til I? HKl'LY.
GOV.
11 b v h it 1 1) n i : add ics.s i:d
TDK MUIiTITUDK.
Tbo much talked about Jackson excur
sion is over, our visitors having coino and
gone, and that they mot with it hearty
reception nt tho hands (ft our citlr.i'na wn
bollof o they will all admit.
In keeping whb tho progranuno adopt
ed by tbo oommitlni! of arrangements, at
ono o'clock tbo rucoption commitleo and
tho .Silver Cornut band aimiublod in front
of tho City Nation! bank, from wbonco
thoy wero to prucooj to tbo Urosu l.ino
wbarfloat tA rocolvo tbo oxcursionlsts on
tbotrarrlvttl.horo, ' r
At about half-past one o'clock tho recap
tion committee, dividing Into two parties
boarded thu tugs "Cacbu' and
'Montauk," which Mew. Hal
lid ay llro's kindly placod at their sorvico
for the purpoio, and when tho Krank
I', (iraoy, on which the excursionists
wore to nrrho, camo in tight,
left tbu landing and sUrto-1 down the
river. They met tho Graccy near the
junction of tho rivers, and turning about
camo along tide and escorted her to tho
landing.
In tbo monnlimo tho band had taken
up u poiitidn near tbo (Jrocn Lino wharf
boat, and when tin Grncoy had ap
proached within hearing dlslanco of
tbo ihoro struck up a .lively nfr
On landing tho reception cominiltco
came ashorit, nnd under tho direction of
Col. U. Winston, furnml In lino on tho
lovoojuit outside of tho wharfbont. As
tho cxcur.iohlf.il rmno ofl' the boat thoy
formed in lino in tho rear of tbo recep
tion comm. '.loo, nnd thu procngslon, luJ
by lha bund, marchoil up to tho top of thn
luvoo, and down thuleveu to tho City Nn
tional bank, whoro tho speaker's Hand
had been luiprovuol and the waloruno ad
drcJi nnd tho responio was to takn place.
At tho aland tbo committee fjand nu
dilliculty in rjulting tho laiminso crowd
in position so that all might hear tbo nd-
dreis and while this was being d ino tho
uanu jiiityiia several xuriui. in a low
minutes nil brting-llnally nrrango.l nnd
lha hum i.nd confusion In lha crowd hav
ing in n greil measure sulHidod, Col. O.
Wmitw, of Cairo, nnd Dr. Harrington,,
m.iyor of .Inckfon, Tenneisco
cai'110 onto tho ftand. Mayor Warrington
was aifignol a Milt m tho htand, and
a moment nfter (!ol. "Winston Intro-
duced Mr. W. H. Motr, who had boon
selected to deliver tbo welcome address.
Mr. Morris etepped tn the front of the
platform, and tn a loud, clear voico pro
ceodtd to aldrojs tho assembly. Ills
remarks were t ubitantially as follows:
..1ILS ANI i S.NTLFMEN 01' OUIt MiTlSIt
.staii:, Tr.NNKusKi:: i nave neeii unnoicii
with the plc imnt duty ot extending to joii
on behtlt of our peoplo n heaiiy Welcome
to our i ll, Wn aro nonomi uy your
urcM iico : and hope that tioiu tit time for-
warti men aciiuiiiuiH ciu un 1.1.1111:11 .mu
uteh litl-lncj. relation et.iulblicd a
will be miitiuilly pleacant and jirolltable.
Wo Well Know jour irienoiy it'eiiiij. nnu
fnme ol in have licen the recipient of the
liiud ho-ilta)ltle for which the people ot
lennence are provcrmai; aim u nil iu
convince von that wo ure :i cordial ami
1'ilelidly people ii will be beeail-e we are
not quite ui'innna rauvr chough.
Wn ura :i charitable people, too. 1 he
coed book, vou know, way 'Charity 1 the
proatext of all virtue." -oinc may think
tualoincr tongiiea loan our un numi.
louud our praUes but u city tdiouM bo
liroud to bna-l of tier t,'oad deed. When
the city of Chicago lay In indiea and her ten j
ol thuutnuiU were homcle ami kt:iring:
when her cry for help sounded Irom tne
lakes on the nmtti to the gulr on tho coutli ;
from the Atlantic tothu racillc.atHti-eiouud-edon
thethoro.nl the Old Wml.t. what city
on-wercdlirt to licrpltcot cricy
it wan Cairo J
The tlrC earn that rolled into Chicago fur
thy re of of the r sullciIiiL' were lloin Cairo;
nnd h 'did more In proportion to her
wealth and population tlumauy other city
in tuat hour of ilUtiv-!.. Anil la-t yi sir,
when tho yellow fever raged so violently In
Memphis and Shroveport when tho anvtel
ofdeath hovered o long over tho.e rltlce,
and the crv was raUcd "help us or we
lieil-li." what city did threo tlmcrt. es I re.
neat It. tlirco tlincH iniirc than any other
north of tho Ohio river In proportion to kor
ability!1
11 was Cilro.
When tho cry of ilUtre.J is raised
wo do not strain out cai to know from
whence It comes whether from tho uat or
west, the noitli or too souin. uisenougu
foe ii lo know that sullcrliiL- Is In tho laud
Hut In matters ol bunhers wo alum il show
ii paillullly to and belli to build up our own
loca uics. o aro ncic, mo leiuuiiu in
great llliea of railways and ut tho eoiillueueo
of tlicin inluhty rivers bear iu: upon their
nosoms in t ie sol l'i mo nrouucis oi inn
north, and lo the north tho product of
the south; and It seem us llinuxh the
linger ot Heaven U polnlleg to this
spot a tho place designed by nature
us tbo great exchange do jot
between thefo sections and to you and u us
tho people between whom should u.W a
continual ant ply anddcuiand.
Ctlllm: Cairo tho ccntro nnd tho radius 200
miles, binliu: within It limits your homes
nnd ours. "o havo a elluiate, n variety nnd
fertility of soil unexcelled, and I'll venture
to prophesy that If wo work together that
many within the sound of my voico will sen
this among thu tmM favored localities on
carlh. Your gnldon harvest waving over
Held nf almost limmiarurnhlo extent and
supporting a commerce than which there I
nono greater. Hut I shall not detain you
with a speech, the day I warm and juu
need rest, co 1 will hut ropeat our welcome,
and bopu when you leave us It will bo with
wish.H for our good a ours lor your health,
proporiiy, nnd happiness will fellow you to
your homes
At tho conclusion of Mr. Morris' r,
marks, which wero rccolvod by our visl
tors with a hourly round of oppliiuso,
Col. Winston introduced Mr. ilrlght, u
young lawyor of Jackson, who deliv
ered tho response. Mr, Ilrlght fpoKo
foollngl'y or tho warm reception oxtniidod
ho oxcursloiilits by tho CMro people,
CATllO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY. MAY 81. 18T4.
and said that inch manifestations of
friendship toward tht peoplo of tho
south was proof sufficient that tho p'.o
plo of Cairo Acd Illinois wore in otirnoit
in their desire that tho past should bo
forgotten, and that a more slncero nnd
intimate friendship might spring up in
tho futuro. Mr. IJrigbt concluded his
remarks by again thanking our poopla
Tor the kind manner In which thoy bad
received tho vi.ltors.and then ntuid tho
clapping of bauds nnd cheers rottrod.
Just as Mr. liright was loivlng tho
stand, Mr. Uborly camo up nud atatod
that Governor licvorldgo had arrived
from Mound City nnd would nddrcis
tho assemblage
A fow nilnuUi lator (iovomor Dove-
.rl.lgu tnado lit- apfioaranco on thn aland
and was introduced to thu audieuco by
Mayor Vood.
Tho Govornor spoke fur Uftonn minutes
during winch thno bo roferrod to anil ex
press ud gratilicatlon to know to kindly
a foe'ing existed between this portion nf
Illinois and our moro southern frionds
from Tonnosfco; that tho time had coinu
when pait dltToroncoi woro being laid
asldo.and thobittor hatro l and animosities
nf the pan woro being wlpod out. Ho hid
wo woro ono peoplo and destined to ltvo
under tho same govormcnt and bo
governed by ono' ret' of principles and
Ir.wa, ami bocaoio'ihis was truo Wo ought
locnltivato a nioro Jrinndly and fraternal
filling forever wiping out all rccollen
Hon of tbo past. The governor's romnrks
wore well received by tho ontlro imcm
blage. It is said the oxcursion party numb.trod
nhout live huddroil, moat of tlmm hailing
from tho small towns along tbo lino of
tbo Molilo nnd Ohio railroad, this sldo ol
Jackson.
Karly in tho day a special train of
three cars arrived from Anna, and though
tbo train was twltchod on to tho Vin
ennnos truck aboro Thirty-fourth street,
nnd wont to Mound City tho AnnaUoi woro
all b. ck in Cairo on lima to witnoi tho
reception of tbo Tunnostoonns. Tho
lonosboro brass band camo down on tho
special train from Anna, nnd their excel
lent playing called out complimentary
romarks on all sldos.
TO HUNT.
A lurtilahod house, No. 20, Thirteenth
ftreot. Apply to Mr. Kate .Huntluiky.
T.H 6-1 1.Ut
YOU HA UK.
.Srnnd-hand i lothiiip', watches, jnwelry,
pi. tols, vc., Miugbt and old, AIjo ii lot
Upporfito Cairo and Vincouiic. railroad
depot. 188 2-27-tfJ M. Covkk
N OTIOK TO SIIIIM' H US.
On and ft f tor this dato, until furthor no-
tlto, a regular fruit train will run botweeu
I'niro and Chicago, leaving Cairo dally,
except Saturdays 8 a. m. arriving in Chi
cngoat 5:40 tho uoxt morning.
J A Mi's ,loilN)N, Agent.
Cairo, May 27, 1ST I.
WILC'Ox!
Tkn pounds of brown f ugar for tl j
pounds best collao sugar nt $1, 3j pound
of rhoice bitltor at $1; baking powder 45c
per lb; Imperial tea at $1; potalona SO
cents por peckj 3J lbs cotToo f I, at Wilcox'i
lllock. 107 2. 10 in.
10H Cltl'.AM l'AULOU.
T.H. Kills at tho Arlington house,
horaby announces lhat ho ha sponod an
Ico croam parlor at tho Arlington house
for thn accommodation of the pub'io.
Kamiliej fupplled. All orders promptly
attended lo. 1-6-1 1 If
DOGS I DOGS I
Notlco is hereby givon that on and
nl'lor Juno 1st, nil dogj and fluts found
runninL' nt laruo will bo killoil by mo, or
under my direction, unless tbo required
lux is iniil on tho finuic.
1 will rocoivo doir tax on and attor
May 22nd nt tho city c'otks olllcn.
Wm. MoII.u k, City .Manual.
Mb SIC.
0. O. llodon, Director of Oonsera'atorj
of Music, aud Tonchor of Vocal, Organ
Hnd I'iano Music. Instruction given In
nil ftringeil ami wlud Instrumonti, ' le
mintary princliilus thorough bass, bar
inony nud counter point. Unprrcodentcd
inducements otlVted. Those wishing to
acciiro his eervlco will pluaso apply at
tho Conservatory of Music corner
Twelfth etroot and AVnshlngton nvoniin
l'innoa tuned and ropalrod.
patrod
lMA
DISSOLUTION OY YAUTNIUWIIU1
OAUto.Muy 10, 167 1.
Nor ok. The Urmof 1). llartman
Go. has boon dUsolvcdtbls day by mutual
consent.
Dan'i.IIautman,
AUflUK" W. OsTKUI.011
Wltnossrd by '
fi. A. Su.vKit,
H. 11. (!UNNIN01IM. 83 20-lt
Vl Oa'jio, May 1, 1871.
I havo this day Boldout nil my Interest
In iho llriu of 1). llartlian & On . to I).
llartman, and all debt duo tho ilrm will
bo settled by D. llHrtijiin.
AuaujT W. Ohtbh oh.
Wilnnssed by
It, II, Cl'NNlNQrAM. 87-6-20-tr
Iti; ni'KNHP Mr. Cill l'utors, tho black
smith, corner of Klonth and l'oplor
ftrocts, has rn-openod U thop nnd is now
ready lo do any and nl Itlndj ol work In
hU linn. Ilo wlhlof hi old friends and
nil other who may huju Work to do to
1 givo hltn u call
18D.2U.2w.
CUi.l. and exnniiiu (h0 now sash-lock
nt D. After & Cos 41-5-10-lm
Uai t. and exmiine
at D. Artor .tCVJ.
ho now pashdock
41-0-10. 1m
tilWiti
"CiiUMim
Go's.
ol otmtort'
nl I) Arter
l:J-0-10-lm
MoMtUiTn wlroridri on cloth at Ilal'oy'e
cboapor than the cheapest. M .17-lm
"ChtiMUS
Co'.
ot comlort" at I). Arter A
I3.5-I0.m
I'iano For Sai.k. Irst-clasa snyon
nnd a quarter octavo piano cheap for rash,
or can bo traded for, part cash and bal
ance In dross goodi; or npon to any other
tradr, by addressing XXX,
Vosl-ofilco, Cairo.
Tup. largest nnd beet-tnlectod stock
of 1'UItNmntK for salo ul wholosalo
and retail by HKNItY KICIIHOKK, No.
11C, Commercial avonuo,opposito Seventh
tr.t. . . ... 71 .-17.3m
TllK M0NIT011. Kor tho Monitor, tbo
best coal Cook Slovo ever tnado or tho
Fashion, tbo champion wood Cook of tbu
West, go to A. llallcy'n, IC8 Washington
avenue, noar Tontn mod.
1-50-1 7-m
Viiy Miss Anna, whoro did you get
that nico hat? At Mrs. Hult7.' Mil
Ilnory storo, corner of Washington nv-
ontio and J.levonlh strcot. Mho has tho
latest fashions, and tho ntrost and cheap.
est Lata that over camo to Cairo.
30-b.O-tf
Assm vkf.'s Notick Having dijpoaod
nil goo-U aislgned to mo by II. A.
liannon, and turned the snmo Into cash,
hcrohy notify all porious having claims
gainst said liannon to proiont Hie same
to mo within 11 vo day; nnd all persona
indobtod to sail liannon will
ploaso call ai my olUco 111
Iiroft' lllock nnd etttlo within tlvo daya
days from dato. All bills uniottlad on or
bofuro .1 lino 2nd, will bo placod In tho
hands of a lawyor for collection.
ii. K. llLAKK,
Astignco of II. A. IIannon.
Cairo, 111., May 28, 1871. 18-6-20 -ill
ICE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT & SON
Wholesale nnd ltrtall Dcalete In
l'UUr. I.AICK 1CK,
Cairo, Illinois, and Columbus, Kentucky.
Cairo nlllee at Ilulen v WIIon s, corner
I'wellth street and Ohio lever.
ll'o will run an lee wairnn llirinlclinut the
sea-on, ilellvurilig pure, like leo In any put
ofihn cllV.,uah'LlnW04tJiiirVi"L.utiec., wid
wllh leu bv thn eal.n or ctr load, imekeil in
aw !ili. lor Miipmeiil m any iiii.mcr.
ATTHNTIOX 11A0 DI'.Al-KIIS
TI1K
SPINNING PAl'UR STORK
CO.
111 Chestnut Sired,
ST. 1.IIIIIN. MO.
PAY TllK HIGHLST CMSH l'itlCKS,
7 eta. por lb for Soft Woolen.
11 clc. por lb for Wool Carpet.
1 it. I (18. por lb for Wool lllaqketa.
2 l-l cts. por lb for Old Cloth.
I1 AIL Oils' CLIPPINGS
A SPECIALITY.
. I hlfl IAN.
Dll. W. JJLAUW
G 1511 MAN PHYSICIAN.
Itim rs llUck (up itaiif) mr.ir f-th !Uro
nnd Waehingtrm Avnnuo.
3031.tr.
OAIUO, ILLINOIS.
I.AU'YI'.HH.
8AMUKI1 P. WIlKKlilCJt,
ATTOHNBY & CIIUNSKLOR AT LAW
OAIUO, ILLINOIS.
Olllco over first Natloual Imnk.
MbUm
John U.MlllUey.
MULK15Y
Wlllam C. Mulkoy
it BON,
AT LAW
ATTOItNEYS
OAIUO, ILLINOIS.
OlUce: ICIu'hth stroet, hetweou Commer
:lal and Wasliluglon avenues.
JV1 1 if.
(HililiH k lllLHKKT,
ATTOHJS K Yh
OOUNBKLOUH AT LAW,
William tl.llromi,
William II Ihlboil,
Miles l-.lilll.irl,
uMIUI, l.l.tNOlH,
MrHpaoial atlantien kItoo lo i.lnilialtT aad
Jusmwut liualavaa,
rm olIIOLavuit, uooyn 1 ami Hovwh
DOINT TRUST ANY MAN
Who says ha will pay f WM for a easo ot Ca
tarrh which ho tail lo ctliu. Wolcott' Ca
tarrh Aiinihllatur bus cured IhoUMiiids who
would havo pcrMicd without It, and luy
:u;eut will return tbo money to any pur
chaser vthu tries a bottle and is not benellt
ted. Did you over try WOI.COT I '3 VAIN
l'AINTr Ilylts u-e llui lis never blUter; It
stop Headache, Toothaclix and Nouralglu
within tlvo minutes, or money icfiiiuUil.
(I, (Ioi.iihjiiiii, cor. l-l Ii & I.oeiutl sts
myaj'cnt. It. L. WoucniT 2iW it-W-Sw
N0.J31)
A
J i- ta
il KjH
. f'-v-j -AS'.
t, i
'i
I
WANTKD Evory merchant
tn Cairo nnd vicinity to know
thnt llicy n buy allotted' atlck
rAis.rofH08i: (e TKM MK'nt
1.1 cents juir pound at thnlr man
... i
ufaclory. Tho goods can atro bo
oblnlnod from tbo Now Yurie
Storo nt corresponding flguros
(DAI,
"Til E-CAIRO CITY
:"-"!C1
i;
CO A
P AN Y
! Are prepared to supply cuatomcra
wiiu mo nest
PITTS BURS
AMI
ILLINOIS
COAL
I.KAVK 0U1IKUH AT
inrilalllday llni.'a olllcc, So. 70
Ohio Levee; 1
iSrilalllday llro.'a Wluifboaf,
S'-ir At Kiryptlan Mills; or
t3TAt Iho eoal ilunip, foot ol
i hlrty-clglith street.
iytvUl tuamituituH ID aMit tniusuntn
I1IMIMINMOV SIKIIRIIANTfi.
MILLER &. PARKER,
General Commission
AM
FORWARDING MERCHANS.
Dealer. Ill
FLOUH, (JOHN, OATS, WAV, ic.
A;out for l'Virbank'n Scalra.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, ILLS
PARKER l AXLEY.
GROCERS
And fienrral
Commission Merchants.
NORTHERN BUTTER
A Specialty.
Corner or Kth .Street and Washington Ave.
Onlro, Xllsw.
ir M.vtr
PETER CUHL,
KX'CLHtilVK
FLOUR MERCHANT,
-AND-
MILLERS' AGENT,
3To. 30 Olilo Ijovooi
OAIUO, ILLS.
X. II. Thlstlewood. V. J. Thl.thiMood
THISTLEWOOD &. CO.
(iKXKUAL
Commisssion Merchants,
Dealers In
Flour, Corn, OatH, Hay,
Ac.
N'ot 7S OHIO LKVKK,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
UKW YOKK HTOilK,
W1IOLKSALK AND 11KTA1L.
LiHOBMT VABIWTY STOCK IV TftB, CIT
(IOODS SOLD V UUY OLOSiC,
Ju alter tr latush Mrt is.is, imwu
utorvSnl Atmiui
OAIUO, ILLINOU',
O. O. 1' ATI Kit
ICE! ICE! ICE!
HUSE, LOOMia & CO.,
Take great plcantiri In auuouuclDg that,
t'jey are uow prepared tJ aupply ,iy,rrybody
with lako leu of the very best quality, tithir
nt their home or at the stores, tinier
abould bo Kit ut thu oOJro, No. M) Ohio
.,H0f, W3 1'4-lw
c:mmi re u mXmltin.
KlXfHUS
Yorwardlug General
Coamissieii;
Deolcra lit. x&U
Wood Rittenkotse A Bfethor
-Ttir;.,'
rl
-AND
Okneiiai. Commission ftfctViJiiANT,
1.T.1 Ohio Jioveri,' OstirrJi
l .A v ana.
' r.'J. a vain.
AYMRS'W.i
FLO TJztfk,
QENKUAI. COMMlSStOM KtfaANTS
- t . tw-iuf
I.BVBH.UtoUAIf),lr.tJ.
, , J. Mi , P.HlLUg8i
YOUVAU(DiN011
Commission Mediant
ij tdlt
- WHABKAOAT PnormeTOR.
- -I ' iT,
Prrprcparod.to forward alJ kinds ol
Freight to all point?."
dTlliisliics attciuled to pronmtly.
LEVY .
Siii!rcsorfto
Coniniissioii
UttektLHts.
, and dealer In . faf
HIDES, YURHiPEATHElis,1""'
IltESWAX, 11AS, ETC.
Order and 'ConWgnnieuta .Solicited,
No. m Ohio Lever.
CA1UO. ILL.
JIH7 l-TO-lin.
U. Av Thorns
JiTj; Thorn
TlIOM8& BUOTHBBf
Uuccesoari to II. K.Uulen,
commission merchants; reorers
AKO DKALXUnf .4
HUaatto aHd riats'ejf fJrof?ri,
foreign and Domeetl?-
m (BamorciaJ A
BjrLO.
CLOSEi
CKIIKUAI. , t "j
i
Commission Merchant
And Dealer In
Lime, Content, Plaster, llajiY
OHIO LEVEE. 4
JGTI will sell In car load lots-ht manufai-turei-s
prices, adding ftxighL
JOHN B. PHILLIS &. SON.
(Successor to John 11. 1'hjllis,)
General Commission
AM
FORWAROING MERCHANTS,
Dealers In
HAY, COKN,
. Vi.
OATS, FLOUlt,M
MEAL, BllAN, &c.
AgenU for Laflin & Rand Povdpr(Coiuf&uy.
COU. TKNT1I ST. A OHIOCEjyE,
CAIRO, ILLS... Z
W. stmt tun. nf
STRATTON & BIRD
WHOLESALE GRCrfiERS
AND 1
ommission Mercliariisx
1 W. fVSi
Agents American PowderjCIpjlJpttny,
S7 oino rJirxK, (Hrjg.
-
Assignees 'Sale
OF
Uuecustvnrc, Chitu i'v Mute, Wocat
ciiiiiiui aud Yellow . .u v',,l4lovwarp,
China Oruamcntii au t 102 Vnry
UooiU, Vlutcilwarc, Tablo' 'ouit
Vocltot Cutlery, Lavr,
C'liItnnoyftliawVTirlwsWIiiiri,
liOOtalttK lUIHM!i. SHCl
In fact every Html or: good Ugfng lo a
Kirt Class,
CAM
QUEEN'S WlifRE
ETOBB
FprjthonextfcWMjytt y vfHUtf' tbo
above go da at, and below coat, fereasb oaly.
The gooda uiuUbe sold to tloo Ue concern.
Closo buyer are eeftteUtsy foltitasl "either to
tWottndco.rMl)ivoe orijl their
pidej,, ! ettheuo l"-
i ;Aleif PaiW Mtk oe.
( !tt;.HL; AarHlW W.?itoft fratt
I i ,.i i u-.t ;jij'j..'i rnliwft '
O.W.UNWLHQ,:i-lA
I llWlUENOK4coiir(MlsjSAJiMWalsHl
jtrev'U, Ottlee corner .BUttt air Ml and
OhtOieMO. rmwuirarB' iiwmmm'
liu.,andO,p.ui llM
vim.

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