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" TIME CARD.
Illinois central ratmioad.
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Wiipntm I ,Mop,n., v "
irt roigni w a.m.,,, .except uunuay
tyrelgbtat 11:65 a.m '
t.( reim ai,,... irju p.m.,.,.
wxpress fruit Iraln leave dallr,exccpt Hat
ty i uruay at a a.
AIUltVK AT CAUIO.
if, fall t 1:30 a.m., Dally
v. -.xpress at wo p.m.,....excopi onnuay
, .Vigil Ml . . ti'll.UU B.lll.,ttU;V,Jli jnum
i'rolght at 10:00 p.m., except Sum
height at 7:00 p.m...... "
xtire Irnll trnln nrrlvn datlr nrriMit Ann
1 nay at iu:ou a. in.
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CAIRO AND V1N0ENNE8
uu muii niter niinwj,, ruiiruury ion,
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rami win run m ivnewi :
Jalro, leavo.... ........ ft:00A.M. fi:0r a.m.
lound city, leavo B:!
fc'ieuna, leavo.... ...... 0:43
c iarrisbunr. leavo H:1D
iMorrls Oily, lcay 0:1ft
, ;anui, arrive, i ii:w)
arml, leaver ...10:00 " 4:1ft a:m.
Irayvlllt;, leave. .. 10:10 " rM
fount Cannel,lcava....ll:n " ikw
liicentip, leave..;. ..Vitnr.n 0:30
i..v.)i..iuMcunii, icavc. i:m a.m.
.... ..... .. .... H ...
Uictniien. leave.... .. 7:25
.loiiut C'unnel, leave... 833 "
IrnvvMU Iu..a fk.lU II
' I . --! .. in., ll
' i'arml. leave.'.V.Y.'.V.'.lollO "
f lorrUCity, leave.... ..10;I4 '
iarnmnirli, leave li(4i "
lonna, leavo, j... 1:17 r.M
1101111(1011, Wave i!:4i! "
'ulru, arrive 3:03 "
I M0VKD aiTT ACCOMMODATION.
Leava Cairo at 11:30 a.m. and 6:1.", p.m.
Leave Mound City at 12:35 p.m. ant 0:10 p.m.
1 Freight train stop overnight nt C'annl;
nm from there an mixed train, leavlntr at
1:35 a.m.; leaving Ylncviniu at 7 p.m. the
ame evening for return trip.
,(' At Cairo with tho 3!l1)'lppl Central,
'itlolille alip Ohio, for all polntii Hint; Cairo,
' Arkanai ami Texan, fur all point In Arkan
; ih ami TexM.
)i At Vlncennei: lntllanapollaand Vlncennct
jtant and went; with Kvanavtlle and Craw
2 lordivtlle railway for Kvaimvllle.Tcrra Haute,
1 Danville, Chicago and all polnta north, cant
audwett: with Ohio and Mlnllppl rll-
way lor ni. uouii, ioumvuio, uinciunau aim
all pomtf cant andTrcit.
At.NOrrU CItr' crowing, the RprlngOold
andw i3ol i)outheatern railway.
L. W. Paluws Oon'l Bup't.
K. I'. Wilmh. Oen'I PaiieBgor, ArL
hT. LOUIS ASM IRON M0UXTIAX
AND SOUTHERN ItAILROAl).
Omnlhuieiarrlvs at and depart from the
olUie oomiT Seventh street ami Cominar
clul Avenue an IoIIowm:
Through ciproi, leaven 12 noon, arrive
8.-00 p. m.
Charleiton Accommodation, leaven 0KK) a.
si., and 2:45 p. m.
Chailerton Acromiiiodatiou, arrive, 10-.no
a. m., and 1:16 p. in.
Tlmo to all polnU In Tcxaa and Arkan-
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TwiLVTV-romt iiotnia lkssTitiian iiv any
I OTHKHBOtTJ, '
Time' from' Cairo to "Little 1 toe k 13 houm.
To Texarcaua 22 hour.
To .IcffetTOii, Term, 25 Ijciiiri..
To iIaihall'J'i lioura.
To .Slireveport, lullan.i, 29 hour.
To Dallas, Texan, SO huura.
To Hearne, 'lVxa, IW hourn.
To llounton, Texan, 4 1 hoiiM.
To Ualvcnton, Texni 41 houn.
I). Axtxi.l, Chief Knclnoor.
C. XV. IlEQUKMDOUItO, Agent, Cairo.
Vttu red Haaeli Bl, ina
01TV NATIONAL HANK, OAIBO
A. H. BAMTOUU. Pmldent;
B. B.TAYLOB. Vlca-Proaldent;
H. UYBLOP, Baoratary and Troanuror
ri If. BaaoLAt, Oou. Qiuuuib,
W. 8. fttooat ura, PaclQ.Bomcu,
A. H. OcllBi, II. r, Haujuiv,
J. K. faiLUn.
TTKXCBT paid on dapoatu al lb raU ot aix
urAuL Mrftuiun.Minb lataad tiDtm-
bar Ut. lataraat not wtihdrmwn la added Imrna.
cflataly loth priaolpal of IhadepotlU, thereby
tTlB than oo m pound tnUroat.
UAmaiao womh aku oniLuaan mat
THE CITY NATIONAL
W F. HAUjIDAY, PrMldantt
UKMUT h. HALLIDAT, VioB.I'reiMeni
A. B.HAii'OKi), Oaablor;
WALTKn HTSLOP, Aedlalta Oaiblir-
HtiiTt Tavuia, RoaiaT U. OuNataoDtn,
uaaav ii.uauiDAT, w. i-. uimmi,
3M0. V. WiLUaaaoa, Htaruia Him
A. B. BAiroas.
HxekaaMT"! Oola and Halted Htatoa
Soda Baesht mail (told.
DBPOU1TH raoalvad, and
a teaeral banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
K. W. MILLXU, l'roaldont.
J. M. l'UUUPS, Vtoa.l'realdeut,
Uhab. Cumhinquam, Caehler,
. OLLKOTIONS PKOUFPLY MADB.
EXOHANQB, ooln. baak aotea and Unite
Btataa teonrlttaa bought and add,
-I t Alia wail op Time Pepoalta
PANIEL l4 AM PERT
H A I E DBB3BIB
Slgb'.b Street, between Waahlngtou sivJ
Tko Conference Coinmlt-
teo on the Finniico
GEN. BRIST0W AT HIS
POST AS SECRETARY
Assistant Secrotary Sawyer
WiililMOTox, Juno C. The conforonco
commlttooon the ourrunty bill had a loni;
union thli afternoon, aud advancud eu
far in thuir work tit to agroo upon a green
back rutlromont of tnirty-iuven aud n
half par cent., tbo redemption of loyal
tendert in coin attor January, 1&7U, and
tho abolition of tbo returvei In circulation.
The cominitteo meet again to-morrow,
and hopu then to Anally conmmuiato a
meaHiira to bo reported to both bouioi.
Thoie who lavor nn expanaion of tbo cur
rency, in dlictinlng to-nI(;lit tbii action
ot thu committee, oonilder that they have
concadod ruuoti in the ellort to compro
tniio. Thy lay that if thli la not accept
able to the praildant and tboio who agree
him, upon them rnuit reit thu
reiponibillty. rroquent coniultattuni
have of late boen fought with the preil-
dunt by thoto ropreiuntlng the expantion
tentlmunt, but thu pretldentuu Indicated
very little desirn to meet tbuir advancoi.
llepretubtaltve rarwull, or llllnoli, a
member of the conferenco committee.
called at the wbito boute thli morning be-
toro thu meeting ot the committee for an
intoichango of viowi with the proildent,
and in thu hope that bo would be dUpoied
to recedo coiuewbnt from bit extreaie
viewi. Tho preiident ihowed no depo
sition to compromiio, and tubsequently,
ln,convoriation with anolbor gontloman,
ho Intlmatod that ho would not aign a bill
providing ror to much at iorty per cunt
retirement of greenback!. Tbero loeioi,
therefore, to bollttlo, if any, proipecttbat
a financial inoaiuro can bo porfectcd at
thli lenion, which will receive tho prcti-
took the oatb of oflice tbii morning at the
white bouie In tho pretence or tue preii
dent, and immediately thereafter entered
upon bii duties.
AadlSTASfT SKCnKTAItY maw r Ell
now layithat bo will roaign. Tliii morn
ing Senator! Cameron and l'attenon
callod on the preiidont and urged bun to
retain .Sawyer. Thli tbo president poii
lively rofmod to do itatlng that General
Urittow was eatulvd to uarno too aiiist-
ant secretary. .Sawyer s friondi know
very well that Ueneral llrlitow wai on-
titlud to Inamo the assistant secretary.
Swyer'i frlendi know very well that
Ueneral llrlitow would noiconeunt to ue
anociated with him, and honco .Sawyer
to-day announced that be would re
ror tho post oi solicitor oi iuo ireasury,
mndo vacant by tbo retirement of Ilan
field, the namo of a Mr. McCammon, of
Philadelphia, is urgoa upon tho preiident,
ilr. McCammon now occupies a promi
nent position in the department of juitico.
and bis confedoratei had a meeting at tho
ring-club-house in flow lorn avenue to
night. Shepherd'! attorneys and a num
ber of tuo layered rontracton wore pres
ent. It's understood the meeting was
culled in tho hopo of dovlung lomu plan
to savo the ring from its impending fato.
The conlerenco commltteo on tho leg
islative, oxecutivu and judicial appropria
tion bill stems to bavo a groat dual of
ditllculty in reconciling difluronces. They
wero in ffliion invaral hours to-day, but
nmdo vory llttlo progresi. Onu of tho
points moit onrneitly contested is that ro
uting to the congressional printor dur
ing tho conflict with President .lohnion
Congress made tho public printer an
ofllcer of the sonate, the houso portnitting
itiolf to bo deprived of all control ovor
him. It thvroloro bolng anxious to regain
tho control that bad boon voluntarily
surrondorod, a clauio was insortod in the
legiilatlvo bill vesting the appolntmontof
that olllcor again in tho president The
sonato struck it out, nnd tbo conforonco
coinmlttoo has agreed that tho cbnngo
shall tako etloct two yanra lienco, Tha
main reason urgod for this wan that tho
serious charges had boon preferred against
tho prosont ineumbont, Mr. Clapp; that
the seriato committee bad refused to inves
tigate them, and that If tho law woro
changed new, it might bo rogarCud o a
blow at him.
THE ARMY BILL.
Tho com mi t tuo of conference on tho
army bill will havo but one clause upun
which there is likely to bo muob conten
tion, which is with reforonco to tho trans
feror claims now pending in mo -juartor-mastor
and commissary gonoral'a oillce to
the court ol claims. Too uouso iniertoj a
cIauso to that ond, but tho sonato struck it
out. Tho bordor elates aro doeply inter
ested in the rosult, ns many of their citi
zsna have larce claims ponding In both
the dopurtmeuts which aro now approach-
iiiL' u gottlomont. Should tho casos bo
sent to the court of claims dolays and om
barrassment to the claimants must noroi
xno bouio was engaged nearly all day
in tbo consideration of Captain Jamos 11.
Kails' bill tor tho Improvomont of tho
mouth of tue Mississippi rivor, Tho pro-
vlous question Having noen oruorou, a
vote will be lakoti to-morrow, Two plans
are submitted, one (or a canal and tho
other for massing tho voltimo of wator by
extoaingjolttei inio tna gnu, ah recog
nixed the necetulty of soma Action in thu
Ilutlor has boon dotoctod and oxpoicd
in malting anoiuor ropori irom tno juui
clary cominitteo without authority. An
associated pross dispatch stated a fow
davi since that the house iudlclarv com
nillteo bad adoptod a report in tho caso of
Susan D. Anthony, rooommondinc a ro
lease of tbo lino and enticing tho action of
Justice Hunt. Tho report has bson
sanctioned by the committee. Tho ex.
tract! purporting to bo from such report
that woro akomibliibod, wero taken from
a report preparod by (lonoral Hutlor that
bad boon ordorod to bo prlntod and re
committed to the Judiciary rominittoe,
but it has not boon npprovod by the com
Tho oommltto un roform In the civil
sorvloc h,o adopted a rosolution Hint
tuoy uo not recommend any further ap
nrnnrtntlona or ntnorlmente '
culled si vll Srirvic-o "f""n in tbo mannor
In which it ban boon carried on.
The Ksinmitleo on coramerco has dc
rtdoJ to reoommond tho insertion oi an
item in tho rivor fnd harbor appropria
tion bill of 1250,000 fur tbo removal of
obstructions from tbo Cbattahoochlo and
Flint riven In Georgia,
Also to recommend tho passago of houso
bill, directing tbo jiroildont of tho United
State! to cauio to be prepared and pre
sented to Capt. John Horn, Jr., of De
troit, a gold medal in recognition of bis
horole aud humano otforts in rescuing At
different timet, and at tho risk of bis
own llfo, over ono hundred men, women
and children from drowning in tho De
THE HAVANA SPANIARDS
Sovere Engagement at San
TIIK FAMILIES 01' TWO IIL'XDRL'I)
STRIKING MIXERS IN ENG
LAND LIVING IN THE
Madrid, June 0. Gonural Salamanca.
commanding the republicans at San Vin-
centa, roports that 3000 carlliU atuoked
mm yciterday, and woro repulsed with a
lots of 70 killed and woundud. Ills own
leiies wore 30 killod and wounded. Tho
Carllsts havo occupied Jtoias.
Honor Kaicon Is to bo uppointod minis
ter to ono of thu South American repub
lic, but not to Waihlngton as slated Yes
terday, l.o.VUOJ., Juno 5. Advices from Hnaln
state Loyvltas, n maritlmo town In tbo
provincool Ulscay, and in Say of niscay,
has been bombarded by a schooner be
lonclne to tho ropublluan nuvv. Tbo
causu wai tho admission Into ite port of a
mrcign luip containing a cargo of good!
contraband of war.
Hayonnk, Juno C The carllst attacks
upon San Sebastian, Trun, Horvane, and
i.egumi, were moreiy leints to cover tbo
withdrawal ot their forces to the defense
Matamoka, Juno 5. A treaty has
boen made between Mexico and Italy for
the extradition of criminal!.
Tbo mayor of Matamorai has orderod
tho chiuf police of tho ranches to prevont
the passage of cattlooror thu Itlo Grando
either way. This order if enforced will
probably hroak up tbo cattla stealing on
botn siaos or tne rivor.
Hrownsvillb, June 0. It is stated
that the Moxican ministry have orderod
all the ports of entry on the Itlo Grando,
except Matainoras, uloied, but tho collec
tors of customs here have postponed action
and written for furthor instructions.
It is reportod that Jesus Gorelo's band
croicod with 300 hoad of stolen cattlo at
tho ranches of Los ltusslas on tho 20th,
Gonoral McKonzio roturned from bin ex
pedition without accomplishing anything.
Xkw York, June i. The following is
an extract from u prlvato lcttor from Ha
vana, recolvod by a prominent Cuban and
bearing date May 2ti:
"liayumo bas boon in possession of tho
Cuban forces sinco tho 20th inst. In the
neighborhood of Cieufuegoos a light took
plaoo, whou Cobnel Santilloi, in a charge
of tho Spanish forces was cut to niocos.
Tho Cuban forcos are at the gates of Man-
zauoiio, anu win probaby attack that
place. Tho Spaniards in Havana aro
much deprossod, but angorcd against Con
cha, and say ho is making money out of
tho Island's mlsfortunos, but add that bo
shall not lo&vo tbo island alive.
Home. June &. Tho popo is niraln 111.
Tho fovar, from which ho was latoly suf
fering, roturnod last night, and was vory
heavy. Tbo pbysicians In attondanco are
alarmed at bis condition.
Rome, Juno 0. Tho popo is somowhat
bettor, llorofusodto quit tho Vatican,
although a change of air is recommondud
by bis pbysicians.
I'auib, Juno C Tho assembly to-day
paiiod the electoral bill to tbo second
rending by voto ot S'J3 ayos to 318 nays.
Louis Jtlanc and M. Gambotta opposed
tho bill, and at tho conclusion of their
spocches racelvod a porfoct ovation from
the left. M. Sratblo and Dufavro advo
cated tho bill.
Tho Right Contor issuod a progimnmo,
drawn up by Dukes do lirogllo and do
AudlU'rot, l'aequior, M. Goulard and Lav
orgno, favoring an immedlato organiza
tion of tbo supporters of l'rcsidonl Mac-
Mabon for the continuanco of tbo tltlo of
preiident of tbo ropublio and tho main
tenance of tbo political truco at an end
the proiont soven yo&rs' torm or, in
event of tho occurronco of a vacancy In
tbo presidency. In the moantimo thu
T.rt Contor aro dlssatistlod with tbo pro
gramme, as not concodlng sufficient to
New Youu, Juno 5, The police com
missioners aro now investigating tho
cbargo contained in an anonymous lottor,
that an olllcor of the nlghtb precinct was
the person who etulo $1000 worth of dia
monds from n Jowolor in iirooklyn in
1860. Tho ofUnor, the letter states, was at
tin time known as "Dan, tbo snatchor."
He remains on duty, ponding the investi
gation. The joweler plckod out tbo ac
cused from a batch ot sixtoon olllcor!, as
ono looking llko tbo man who robbed him;
Messrs. Paschal, Grousietand Kourde,
communist leadors, who esaapod from tho
penal colony of Caledonia with Rochofort
and 1'alno, bave arrived In this city.
Tho Gorman malt liquor dealers of this
city bavo pledgod themselves not to ro
now tholr licuusen, and havn raised funds
- . gob. isth btbhbt
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY.
to rul.U in tbo courts any action that
may bo taken by tho excite commii
Tho stato line steamship, Htato Of
Georcla, arrived this moruinn from Glas
row, on schedule time. Tho statement
iiad jmo ag0( on the strongin or a
jirivaio cable Glspatcn, mat iiuainar
about the 27th of May, proves entirely
Tbo grand lodgo of F. and A. Maioni
of the stato ol X4ow lork eleutod Jillword
R. Thorno trrand master.
Tho chamber of commerce this aftor-
coon adoptod reiolutions, declaring that
tbo chamber was strongly in favor of a
liberal and just reciprocity tieaty bo.
tweon Canada and the United Statos. A
committee of flvo was also appointed on
the canal and railroad legislation to con
sider the subject of obeapeninc transpor
tation by tbosu routes, and co-operate
with similar committees from other com
mercial bod lei on the mbjict.
A resolution was referred to a special
committee, requesting tho senate and
houso of representatives to direct tbo hold
In e-of Hellions durint! tho cornlni' receis
or tne finance and waya and tnf
mittocs for a revision or ibu revenuo laws,
in order that tho wholo amount of revenue
now colloctod should not bo diminished,
and tho collodion of tho samo might bo
simplified by obango of form and valo
ram t specific duties wbonovor practica
ble, and by aucn complication in tno ciasi-
illcatlon of merchandise as might bo
found doslrable and instructing. A com
mittee of the chamber on foreign com
merco and rovenuo laws, to cousult with
tho board of trado of othor cities as to the
mannor of arriving at such chango to the
revonuo laws, and for devising a complete
revised taritT, for lubmission to the abovo
camod committees, should congress order
The proceedings against Dcmas Darnel,
proprietor of the Drooklyn Argus, by
Judgo McCue, wero discontinued this
morning. Judgo McCuo mod for $50,
000 damagoi for alleged llbollous state
ments published in tbo Argus. This
morning Judgo McGuu's council read In
open court a comploto rotractlon by
llarnos of tbo chargoi made, liarncs
also promised to pay tho costs of the
court, including tho foo of McCue's coun
sel, and tho caso was discontinued.
INAUGURATION or QOTERNOB WESTON
Ooncoki). N. II.. Juno 6' Governor
"Weslon was inauguratod to-day. In his
message, which hs rond to the legislature,
tbo governor dlscuisos at soma length the
subject of tomperance. Do intimates bis
belief that entire prohibition is against
public lantimcnt, and ha favors a permis
sion Or lioonse law of soma form, wbicb,
he says, to be effective, must be in har
mony with public sentiment. Uut this
principle bas in a great degree been over
looked or disregarded in our legislation
on the subject of tomporance, and tho re
sult hai boen, and Ii, that, for want of
proper moral support trem the public
generally, the laws cannot bo or will not
bo enforced. "Whichever of tbtie may be
tbo fact, tho practical result is tho tame.
Tho total rocoipts from the state tax or
other lources during tho past year was
?7-IO,OCi, and tho expenditures I31,1'J1,
the excess being represented by cash on
band and by tho redemption ot the stato
1 UE ELECTION HTILL INVOLVED IN DOVI1T.
San Francisco, June 6 Returns from
the Oregon election so far givo "Williams,
republican candidate for congrois, 4078 ;
.Ladon, uomocrat, am: Davenport, in-
dopondont, '2900, Talroan, for governor,
45S4; urovor, 4iui: csmbofl, 340'J: seven
counties to bear from. Chadwick, demo
crat, will probably bo ro-oloctod secretary
of state; Clark, republican, treasuror;
Rowland, republican, ttiporintondent of
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
BOAT STORES J
No. 70 Ohio Lctco, CAIRO, ILLS
tOTSpoclal atlention given to consign
meiitH and lilt Ida: orders. H' "
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
No. XXO OHlo Xjot7- oo
Oiirciiswnrp, Clmiii, (Jlnsatvaro, Rock
i'iiIiiiiii nml Yi'lluw Wnro, Sloiictvarp,
Clilnn Orimmeiitsaiia Toys, Fancy
UooiIn, l'liitodware, Tnblo anil
Tockct Cutlery, Lnmpi, lump
Luobintr GliUNCN, etc.
In tact every Kind or j;nnda iielonglng to u
For tho next wxty iia) i Wlll Oder tbo
ubove goods ut and below cost, for mil only.
Thu gomlH must be sold to closo tho concern,
i'.lnse buvera me ot-ncelallv li.vii,,.! ..Iilier to
I'r.uio nlld im'o fur tht'iuselvnu kHiid tbetr
order, In ellliui casu I guarantee (.atisfaelloll
J. T. TIIOMAa.
AlEi'"0 orvarnon, navfs CO.
Calm, III., April 15, 1S71.
JUNE C 1871.
C N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Levco, over Jlatliun A-Ulil'.
l&"jNone but fm(-clau Companiet
SalTortl, Morris & Caiulcc,
73 Ohio Lcvco, Oity National Bank
JJuilJiug, (Jaiuo, Ills.
The oldest eUablishcd Agency In Southern
Minion, representing over
of thect Insuranco Capital the jo U. S
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
OV A 1.1. KINDS, IIAllt) AND SOFT,
Keep ronstautly on band
Mill aud Yanl, Conu" 3.4lhr Strcet
' ) and Ohio Levee.
WALL & ENT,
lainifueturerii and Dealers In
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH,
10 PI, A It, OAK, OYl'KUH, ASn, OUM
AN U COTTONWOOD, BUH
DRF.ySKD VINK, AbU AND l'Ol
LAH FLOOltING, OE1LNO AND
13"Olllco at eaw mill on corner of Twen-ty-cecond
btreet and Ohio Levee.
Ami Dealer in
KiniiTH Htiikit, iikt. "Wasiiinoton and
Keept the licit of Heel, rork',.Muttoii veal,
l.uinb, Satix.ige, cte., and la prepared to
nerve families In a ucccptable manner.
Ami Dealer In
ALL KINDS OF FHKSH MEATS
Noar Cor. Twontiotb Street nnd
HYLAND & SAUR,
Ami Dealern in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of every dcerlptlou,
Cor. lOlli, Street nnd Connnerrlal Avenue,"
Next door to thu 11) land Saloon.
DON'T TRUST ANY MAN
Who uiiya lie will pay f."00 for a caeo ot Ca
tarrh which he lads to euro. Woleott's Ca
tarrh Anullillutor ban cured thousaiuU who
would havo perished without It, and my
agent will return the money to any pur
chaser who tries a bottle nnd is not beiietlt
ted. Did you ever try WOLCOTT'S l'AIN
l'AINTV IlylU use Buruo never blister; it
stops Ileadaebe, Tootlmchn and NouralgU
within live inlnute.a, or money refunded.
O, UOLDBMtTH, cor. VJth & Loeustl sti
my agent. H. L. Wolcotc . iiUa-D-25-bw
ROSE b TEMME,
Manufacturers, "Wholeiale and
Retail Dealers In
No. 172 Washington Ave.
THE CAIRO CITY
Are prepared to supply cuftosaert
wun tne Dest
I.KAVK OIlDKlty AT
USTHallldav Uro.'s ollleo. Xn. Tn
.41.1...... " ' '
rVTAt KLfViilbin Mill,! nr
(CJJ'At the coal dump, foot ot
i uiiij-i'iijiuu ureei.
Special Inducemeats to targe Commam
N. II. ThUtlewooil. v, J. ThUtlewood
THISTLEWOOD &. CO.
Flour, Corn, Oatu, Hay, &c.
So. 78 OHIO LEVEE,
COFFEY, IIARRTSON & CO.,
(Successors to D. llurd ft Son.)
ri,)t!B,OHAIIf AND HAT,
No 03 Ohio Levoo, OAIKO, ILLS
NEW YORK STOxtK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LABOHST VAMiaTY STOOX IK mi OITT
GOODS BOLD VERY OLOSK.
Oorner al HUsetaenUs atsraat naa vom
O. O. x'ATlElt
MKAX UTArl ASUCI.
Julin Q, llarman; 0iP
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
BBAL BSTA TEl
And Land Aircntfi of the IlllnoU Central aud
llllillnutoii ami JllnMiiirl It. H. Con.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lcvcu,
C. WINSTON & CO.
Real Estate Agents,
74 Ohio Levee, (Second Floor,)
Uuy and Bell HEAL ESTATE, Pay TAXES,
Furnishes Abstract of Title.
2. D.Matlitua (; -, M.O.XM'
MATHUtt: uhi4 'f
Forwafdtug ft accural
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AMD
Wood Rittenkoue ft
General Commiasiow MnmAtn,
133 Ohio Levee, Cairo.
C. J. ATMIt
AYKSS k 09
QINKEAL COMMISSION MI1MARTS
Wo. 78 Lava.OKKCA . lug.
J. M. PHILLIP,
Froprepared to forward all kiada of
Freight to alt pointe.
t5T!Iujilnc attended to promptly.
H. A. Tbo as r-, b. tbobu
THOMB k BROTHIB,
auecesosTi to B. M.Hulen,
MISSION MERCHANTS, BR0K1ES
ssad Fan Uvetlm.
foreign and Doraestlo
1M CoamercUl Aveaua,
OAIHO. . . fJUiIKOU.
Aud Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Piaster, Hair, &o.
K3TI will sell In car load lota at maiiufac-
turera prlcen, adding freight.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Successor to John li. I'hllliiJ
MEAL, BRAN, 4c.
Agents for Laflin & R&nd Powder Coapuj.
COlt. TENTII ST. ft OHIO LBYXB.
STRATTON & BIRD
Agents American Powder Oosftny,
e? onio zsrxK, caixo.
MILLER & PARKER
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, 4c:
Agonts for Fairbank'a Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, ILLS,
PARKER & AXLEY.
C'ornvr of 6th Street and Washlutou Av.
EoU. Wood & Oo
1130 RIDGE AVENUE
Lxmi FoiU, HUale riMMf,
CAST. WaOUGUTJSi WI&K lilUNOS
NEW aid IMKUVEPD CHAIK for taaaatrM,
Cacert aad Lactssn.Hali.
And GMrIAsortBent ol OiM
hbU1 Iro Work.
Kstlmat'oa asit deslgaa testoa appUeMiM.
Hallo tM oUm m work delt4. T