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LLINOIS CENTRAL ilAT KOAD,
2.,D.MthUi JC. C. Ubl
T1UINS U IVK CAIJ
!. ') Kxnretsa, ....2:30 p.lo.,..,
I! ,,K "'.. sMX) a,m,,.,.excopt Sunday
V Krelght at..,. .11:55 a.m.,.t.. '
Freight at 4:00 p.m.,... " "
Express fnilt train leave dally,oxcit Hal.
uruay ai o n. iu.
AHJtlVr. AT CA1IIO.
Mall at 1:30 a.m., Dally
si iu i.m...... except ounuay
.... . . .
r ioiriu 111 .w n.iu.,..., except jnonuay
i ralKht at 10:05 p.m.. except Sunday
tii..i.. . i .ri .. ... . .,
'llilbBi liW ll.Ul.;..( "
Kxjrcs Irult train arrives tlally oxwpt Sun
u.iy si 10:00 a, iu.
ir8 3-17-tf. Jamkh Johnson, Arent.
TIIE CAIRO AND VIN0ENNK8
CHANor. or riMi:.
CAlllO TO JfNClNNATI AND LOIM8.
noiiund nftcr. lime 7t!i passenger trains
win nin unny except euuiuy n lolloivs :
.Mt. C'armel, arrive
Vlncctnie. nrrhn. ....... ,
"i Union Di'pot. arrho
' " leave...
Vienna, trriM) ,
Il.irrlslitirjr, nr, lie
Mt Caniicl, arrive
" Union Depot, leave...
" " arrive .
1:10 a, m
...Tit 0 I'. M.
. Ml '
, 7:02 "
, ilii'ft "
, I;:ui '
, 4:W "
. 2:55 "
DM A. f
At C'arml wllli SL Louis ami Southeastern
trains Uiand IroiuKvantvllli! an J points wot;
Leaving Cairo fii'H) a. m.
Arriving In Krausvlllc ;):I5 r. m.
Arriving In Cairo 10:33 "
At Vlncennes with Ohio and Mississippi
rallivay for Cincinnati and Louisville, and
all potnU east and west; .with Indianap
olis and Vlncennes railway tor
Indianapolis and all polntn north,
tait and west; with Kvanivlllo and Craw
lordsvllle railway tor KvansvllleTerrallaute,
Danrlllc, Chicago and all point north, cant
At Norrln City with the Hp-lncticld
anil Illinois Southeastern railway for Shaw
uietownand Springfield, 111., aud points
At Cairo with tho Mississippi Central,
ami tlohllc mid Ohio, for all ikiIiiIh south;
wltht'alro, Arkansas and Texai,fbr all polntn
In Arkanius and Texas.
MOUND OITT ACCOUMOVATION.
Leaves Cairo 12:20 f. M.
Moiindflty lriO "
M.JI1. Goonnicil, Oen'l Ticket Ag't.
ST. LOUIS AM) IKON M0UNTIAN
AM) SOUTHERN RAILROAD.
Oinnlbutei arrive at and depart from the
cllire cornur Seventh utrcct and Commer
cial Avenue a" lollov. :
Through exprci', leaves 12 noon, arrive
Charleston Accommodation, leaves 0.-00 n.
i.. and 2:5 p. m.
Cbarlctton Accommodation, arrive-, 10:30
a. m., and 1:15 p. in.
Time to all point In Texts and Arkau
', TwrNTV-rofit iiot'im t.v. than iivany
Time from Cairo to Little Hock l.'t hours
To Tcxarcnna 22 hours.
To .Jell'erson.Texaa, 25 hours.
To Marshall 20 hours.
To hhreveport, Louisiana, 211 hours.
To Dallas, Texa, 38 hours.
To llearnc, Texas, 38 hours.
To Houston, Texa,4 1 hours.
To Galveston, Texas 41 hours.
D. Axtcll, Chief Engineer.
C. W. ItKQDK.MlioUlti), AKent, Cairo.
I Hn red Hftl-Cb Sl. 1H8D
OITY NATIONAL BANK, OA1KO
A. B. 8AFKOKD. Ircf1dent;
B. 8. TAYLOB. Vloo-lreiddenti
11. UYflLOr, Secretary and Treasurer
rt M. Babcut, Objlj. Oiuaasa,
r. H. Brocuiatii, Pict Q. Booca,
R. U.Cdimiii, H. P.Uauuai,
J. M. riiuiM.
ISTBKBBT paid on dtpoalU at the rata ot aix
parocnt. per annum, Uuob 1st and Bsptsm
rr lat. lntorettnol withdrawn Is added lrame.
:lUly to lb pnnolpal ot lb deposits, Uerebj
rlTlnn thsm oom pound lntrost.
IfABBIlO WOUK AND OHILDBBW MAT
THE OITY NATIONAL
Wl f . UAIiLIUAY, Prasldenti
BttNHT L. HAI.L1DAT, Vioo-l'Tf lUeni
A.. V, HAJFOUD, OMhlsr S ,
WALTBn HtBLOP, Asslstta Osihlsr-
Hossar 11. OvnMaoHAH,
HAlUOat, Hi I-. UALUDAT,
3so. D. Wiuaahs.i, Brarnia miio
A. B. Biiroan.
Kioha(S, (JolB and Urnltod dtales
Bonds Dotuubt aud Bold.
D3P0HITB reoelTed, and
a gsnsral hanklni
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. W. MiLueu, l'rosldont.
j, it. Fin (Lira, Ytce-l'mUUnt.
Ohab. GuHNUiOUAM, Cashier.
OLLBOTIONB FBOMFTLY MADB.
ClXUHANaS. eoln. bank notes ni UnlU4
Pi autaa aaaarlt'fis booabt and told.
t Allswsiu nis llsue Depoaltsj
Street, between Washington and
Protecting the Depositors
in tno Freed men's
ANTAGONISM OF THE
1.SENATE RADICALS TO
THE INTERESTS OF
BUTLEH GOES KOR THE
WITH A RUSH.
V'Ailll(iroN, Juno II A '-j llveljr I
contest hi sprung up upon the house hii, I
providing for the protection if tho Uc- '
poillori in th Fruudmuii's .Stvlntii hunk . '
i'to hnuiu hill, which Wat drawn by I
udjru Durham, was cumervAtiro in its
character, and went upon the theory Unit l
f tho real eitnto anl utkur anets of the I
ank were lul.iect to a forced sain at this
time, the result would Lo a tacritlcn and
larce lonoi to tho depositors. Thu (euato
mendinenls are much moro radical and
weojiing in their character. They pro
mo lor tno immeaiaiQ winaini; up o:
the bank and ail its branches by three
in mission era to be appointed by tho
comptroller of tbe currency. Tho lend
ing colorod men connected with the banK,
nd all its irienas, nro vtry much
opposed to tbo tonato bill, and
rerer toe uurnam hill. Vit
itches from prominent men havo been
received hero by ilour. Durham and
Ueck, asking thoso geotlonion to stand by
tho house bill. All tbo trustees connected
with the bank, both white and colored, In
thli city, are strongly oppoied to tho sen
ate bill, except Fred Douglass. It Is
supposed that bo has an agreement by
which bo is to be appointed by Uomptrol-
ler Knox onto! tho three romtntstljner
at a salery of 13,000 per annum to wind
up tho Lank. It looks itrango that the
porsont now roady to sacrifice the in
terests of tho poor colored people should
lo senate ra iicals, and tbeir lender rei.
Douglass, while Durham, Standifnrd and
tber southern democrats should bo re
lied on to protect their Interests. Air.
Durham represent the house confurenco
committee, and will insist on tho prin
ciples of the houso bill.
The senato committee on claims to-day.
by a vote of 6 to st, alUrrned tbe position
taken lately In tho houio of representa
tives by Mr. Lawrence, ot Ohio, that a
lale of cotton to the confedorato govern
ment was conclusive proof of disloyalty
nd a valid reason for denying tbe claim
of a party against whom such act could
be prevon. The question aroso In refer
ence to tho claim of one Bailey of Louis
iana, who proved that ho bad been n
nloniit by tbo testimony of Ojneruls
Hberman, Hanks and Can by. It was
lso proven, howovcr, that be bad sold
button 13 tno conteueracy in November,
180'.' though lialley alleges that it was
done under a sort of duress. Tbo com-
mlttoe also hold that it would not bo
right to consider any waiter not before
the southern claims committee. This
action is only a fresh illustration of tbo
trong sectional feeling yet cberised In
tbo senate. There seems to be a vory
noor chscco for southern claims at this
session. The majority of tbe committee
were wmpoaed of Alonrs. Scott, l'ratt,
Wright, Goldthwaito and Washburn.
THK BTEAMltOAT BILL
Is still bung up In tbo senate committee
of csmmercn, Messrs. Conkllng. Buck
ingham and Iioutwfjll are bitterly boslilo
to tno nut and prevent a lavoraoie report.
Messrs. Chandler, of Michigan, Gordon,
of Georgia, and Kponcor. of Alabnm,
favor the bill, Mr. Dennis, of Mart-land,
who is also favoraulo, is absent, and tnis
tloi tbe committee On tho wbolo tbe
projpoct now is that the bill will go over
to next session.
T11K CJKNEVA AWAKII.
Tho long struggle over tho Genova
award bill in tho bouse wot ended by tho
adoption ol Mr. Butlers' bill providing
for paying tnoso who sustained direct
losses and leaving out the insurance com
panies, Tboro will bo a conference com-
mltteo over tbe bill, and very possibly a
falluro to Bgreo on anything this sosston,
The houso bill to abolish moiollos has
been resisted in the senate with extraor
dinary portlnacity and pugnacity by Mr.
Uoscoe (Jonkllng, or isow lorn, xne
oracise nlccer in tha wood tills is that tho
officials in New York who got tha moiety
nro tua nollticlans who back ud UonKIlns
and Keep mm in omco. uoniciiag's apoecu
i . i - . .. . i i.... i- i
ims nuoruuuu wasciuvur, uut was ninrsuu
by heat, vlolonco. and a bullying arrogan
cy, which not only surpassod anythlag In
congress, but put nis own grevions ex
ploits to tbo blush, tils mannor towards
Henator Sherman was oxcoeslvely angry
and insolont, but tbo lattor senator kept
bis temper undor provocations that would
havo simply lustlfiod tho utmost severity
oommitteo aro to report on Friday, and,
notwithstanding Mr. Shephorc's brass
and attompt to hoodwink tbo public, they
will probably show up that lunclionary In
cioar and convincing terms.
Theroioorai to bo very little doubt that
the finance committee of the senate will
lefleot the feature in the tariff bill, allow-
Ine tobacco-crowors to soli one hundred
dollara worth of tbolr own products In tbe
GRANT PARISH CASES.
New Oblkans, Juno 11. Tho jury in
tho Grant parish cases brought In n ver
dict at a o'clock to-nlu'ht. Orlnkshank,
Hodnot and Irwin, guilty of conspiracy,
aru rccoinuiuiiueit lo 11)0 moroy oi tuo
court. Of tho otbbr chariio. not guilty
The renuindor aro ncnulttcd. All tho
prisoners woro ogaln locked up, to bo tried
on tuo otnor indictments, similar to those
unon which they havo just been tried.
Tho penalty for tho conspiracy is not
tnent, or both.
over ,uuu nno, or ton years- imprison
Providbnck. It. I.. June 11. Tho leg'
Ulaturs to-day voted twico for United
States senator, llurnalds received ,14
votes eaoh ballot and Dixon 25. Tbe re-
malndor vrro tcalterod among aovon dif
Tha fourth ballot retullod at followi ;
iturntldu, '10; Dixon, 20; Howard, I I:
II fit tow, 12; ecnttorlnf;, 1C, Adjourned
Frightful SU-uii.bont Ac
cident on tho Volga
Spanish Republicans and
Uarlisls on tho Eve of a
I.O.IO.N, Jllliu I I. l'hu ritlltts' pub
iisiits n iptmn irons IJerlm, huicIi
uiv tua jirui.rilM t,r-"iiv ,Mln.
which will hsssmb.u at liruesvls n.jxt
month lo consider tbe suhjicl of inter
untini(A rights in tbo linn of wnr. Thi
'I'uii'V currc9ionili;nt snyi corr.'fS will
codily thuro cogulxu't usages of Inter
national Inw in so far as thoy nd'ect tho
nctilnl c .induct of wnr A new codu is to
be enacted In thu form ol tin international
trra'y, wl.lub promises to become tbo
Cm Uw common to tbo whulu civlllxed
world. Thu draft of tbo treaty which is
to be submittod to congress has boon pre
pared. It contains seventy-six claues,
whl".b state in detail tbo rights and obli
gations of belligerents from tho mutual
claims of belligerent states, down to the
relations of thoso states to private indi
viduals. They nlso spocify what classes
of arms shall bo legitimately mod In wars,
and make resolutions for treatment of
Nkw Yokk, .luno 11. A London paper
has tbe following: "A frightful steam
boat accident occurred a short time ago on
the Volga. Tbo lielisarlus left Kostroma
at full speed, the captain being determined
If possible, to ovortako tho steamers of two
rival companies, which had loft sotno
time before him. .Near lioboUsky, tho
Helisarlus caught up with the I'rovorny,
which had startod an hour oarllor, but
she had not gono beyond this place when
her boiler burst and killed five men on
tho spot, tbo owner of tho vessel being
ono of tbo llrst victims. Upwards ot
eighty men were injured, somo very se
riously. Those woro all ttikon to Uara
staff and immediately convoyed to a hos
pital, whore they havo since died, and
several others are in a hopeless state.
Many of the passengers, torrided by tbe
explosion and by tbe screams of the suf
ferrers, Jumped Into tho river, and of theeo
fifteen were drownod."
Paris, Juno II Mr. Wasbburno, tbo
Amorican minister, gave a dinnor yestor
day at tbe legation Tn honor of Duke Da
Csbcs. Am.ng tho guests wero tho Eng
lish, Kusslan, German and other ambaisa-
dors, ox-Governor Wasbburne, of Wiscon
sin, and O. Kuisoll Jones, American min
ister to JJrutiolf.
inio, juua n iuu usiomuiv, to-day,
by a voto of 349 to 330, adopted an
amendment to the municipal oloctoral
bill fixing the ego or elector at tweuty
onc instead ot twenty-fivo years, as pro
posed by tbo govornment, which Is thus
defeated on a vital provlson of tho
Hayonhk, Juno 11 Twenty-fivo bat-
talllons of Carlists, with twelvo guns, are
posted between Kktolla and Argavalloy,
awaiting tbo republicans, who are
vanclng from 'laiiiiia.
THE ILLINOIS FARMERS'
National Convent Ion
Fanners' at Indian
apolis. SpmnaviKLD. 1LU, June II. Tho
farmer's state convontion met at 10.30this
morning in tbo ball of tbe houso ot ropre
sontatives. Tha mooting was called to
order by Wlllard A. c lagg, chairman of
tbo advisory board. J. M. Alton, ot
Henry county, was eleotod temporary
chairman, U. U. Hcborlor and Thomas
wolfe. secrotarics. A committoo on cro
dent als. consisting ot ono irom oacn
congressional district, was appointod
Amone tne numDor woro oosepu ureun
hut and J. G Mattboss, both loading mem
bers of tho Uhlcgao worklngmen'a assocl
ation, and farmors, Tboy wero also
placod on tho committee on pormanent
organization and on resolutions. After
the election oi incso cummittoes me con
ventlon adlournod till 'J p. m. Tboro aro
a largo number of delegates prosent,
nearly every county being roprcsentod
and there Is a great crowd of spectators
Tbo stato isrmors convention re-asiem
bled at 2 p. m , and tbe committees not
boloc reudv to report, ox-Governor Pal
mor was caiiod upon, and mauo a tinoi
snooch in advocacy of tbo farmers' move
ment. rratcrnai moutiuus woro received
- n. . . I ,
from tho Indiana farmers' convontion and
a suitable ronlv returned. A etato con
tral committoo. composed of ono from
oanh congressional district In the stato
was appointed, rename tno roport oi
committees, a froo discussion was indulgod
in. Two delegatus favored tno ostauusn
niont of a stato newspaper, devotod to
tho interests of tbo formers' party, ono of
them assorting that all groat dally news
nanors woro bougnt up to oppose tno
nuonle's domand for moro currency,
A. O. Ueslnc, of tbo Illinois Staati Xel
tunf. who was present, was called upon
and made a apeecu in opposition to tuo
further Issuo ot paper money audio lavor
of a resumption ot spooie payments, a
resolution was ouereu ana aaopieaioana
Ing Governor 'iaytor, or Wisconsin, lor
his many notion in on forcing the law
ncainst the exactions of tbe railroad mo
uopoues, ana expressing mouopotnai.iwo
years lionca Illinois will havo a governor
.. . ,
who would emulate his nrmneis.
Tho oommitteo on on nermauent orcan
hatlon roported for president, J. M. Al
len. ol Honrv county; vloo prosldeut
Gonoral W. 11. Anderson, of JotVorsou
county; secretary, S, M. Johnson, of
- , oob. 18th btbhet
ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1874.
Llviogon coun'y; nsiliUul secrotary,
.S. l Tufts, f Marlon county Tho ro
port was adopto.1 unanimously, and tho
oillcots elect took their placts.
A second dispatch wai rocuivad from
' tbu Indianapolis convention, saying that
mora woro six nundrod delegates, and all
In earnest! can carry tho Docotur pla'
form, and stating that tho following bad
just been adoptod t
KooheJ, That wo send to tbo on
vjntlon at Springllold, Ills., our most
ojrdiil congratulations, and p'olgeour
c i operation In any tnuveiutnt tor tbo
good of tho Industrial clssie .
The cjir.inunlcilioi w, riuirdlo tha
comiulitcu nri r solutions.
'J he p'utfi'rui rdoptid declares f rli.de
pendttit po.ilic il i cslon : that i very voter
should atlubd priiil' ry tiK.i.inca and f let
Hons In urd :t to sucuro pr;.er muii ; that
poIUI.Kl prt us huVu lurtellud tho coiih
dencu ana nipect of tbu p'opk-, atiU tho
farmers nro absolved from a I ntlrgtonoo
to thi'tn ami will act no longer with thutn,
tbu reiulutlons domand ecunomy in tbo
, nailllius.l n.lUM VI lug LUYL'ruUIUIII I. us
m rl HI III I.I .... I if L. . . I, .
migiii ue riuiicj iinc-unit wivhuu, jiji
pairilm th tlllcietii-y l any branch of tbo
public service; duna d ri(i.riii in thu
civil service through which putronigo Is
dispensed as a reward tor u!il,ui' kurvice,
rather than for the. btntllt of public aer
vice; layor the Improvement of western
lakes i Ld rivers ; oppose furthor grants of
lands to railroads; dvmand tbu repeal of
tho present banking law and the Issue of
legal tenders iuterchnngablB for bonds,
bearing low interest; demand tho reviiion
of patent laws ; oppose tho annuul son ion
of tbo stato legislature; contend for
tho execution of tho railroad law
till it ia thoroughly tested by
tbo courts ; opposo congro. s legislating
for railroads; right of tbo stato legislature
to regulate and control railroads must bo
vindicated as an osscntial attributo of a
state government, and tbatgthoie,holding
tbo doctrine that railroad charters aro
contracts in tbo sense that they aro not
subject to togiclativa supervision, havo no
appreciation of tho rights and powers of
a freo government, and the farmers on
this head will agroo to no truco and sub
mit to no compromise; condemn tbo
practice of stato ofllclals rectiving rail
road passes ; condemn protective larlfl
and demand n mere rovenuo tariff.
Aflsr recommending tbe tickot to be
nominated to tho support of all intorestod,
and condemning tbe contract lyslom in
letting public work, "The Independent
Iteform party of Illinois" invito ss)l per
sons of all parties to unite with them in
support of tbe platform and ticket of tho
convention ; tho convention tbon nomi
nated Daniel Goro, of Macoupin county,
for stato treasurer, and 8. M. Ettor, o
Illoominglon, for stato superintendent of
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS NORMAL
Cauuoxualk Jackson County, 1
May 15, li't, )
On condition that i tuillcicnt number ot
young person desire, anil arc willing to
contribute a very mall sum toward defray
ing expenses nay two hundred at foil
dollars each a Norms! Institute will be held
iu the new building, commencing July l,the
1 v r .1 . I i .. r-. . j "'- ,
till July 31. The l'rinclpal ol the University
111 have charge, mid tho members of
the faculty 111 git e the main part ot tho In
struction. At least ten lecture's will be given
aud, If tho cash contributed U fulUclent, the
best men of this i-tatc n Missouri ami Indi
ana, will be brought Iu for these lecturers.
If not more than one hundred and fifty at
tend, the pcrroiisl contract with the Instruc
tors will bo greater aud the proiltmoro ; and
as thu expemeof the Institution will be the
same, the feu should be live dollars. If three
bulged attend, the fee could be reduced to
Athe state U'gishturo mukei no provls
Ions for paying tho c.pciis0B ol such an In
btltute, so desirable to and valuable to public
Southern Illinois, add another favor to the
many thoy have already done tho commu
nity, aud give tills announcement several
gratuitous Insertions in a good placo, and
call the attention ot teachers to it ?
Let all who wish to attend, tend their
names at once and not later than June 20,
prox to Dr. llobnis, secretary of trustcos,of
.Southern Illinois Normal UnlvcrsIty.Carbon'
Good board can be had iu Curboudalc nt
N. 11. The Institute cannot bo held with
less than ono hundred and fifty who will pay
five dollars each. Hoiikut Am.vn,
Principal of Faculty.
THE CAIRO CITY
Are prepared to supply customers'
with tbu host
I.KAVU OliDKltH AT
rjrHullliluy lIro.' olllco, No, 70,
nor At Kgyptllltl MIU; or
IMJ At UlU
Special Inducements to Largo Consumers
(J.W. DUNNING, M. D.
KESlDENCK-corncr Ninth amlWaluut
t recta. Oulce corner sixth street aud
bl o loves. Olllco bourn (loin 0 a. ni., to
m , and i p. m
a. it id "WA.QEciisra-i'oisr
CAIRO ONE DAY ONLY.
MONDAY. JUNE 29. 1874.
Positively the Oul
Indisputably the Largest K.xhlliltlou
No Impohibilitics Promised; wo (iuarauteu to Exhibit all wo Represent or
OT7JE1. 3VEj3s.TIIOXj33SS OHO AXf IZ A.TXOKTI
EMBRACES THE LAIU1KST AND MOST COMPLETE
MENAGERIE, AVIARY AND AQUARIUM!
IX THE WOULD. CONTAINING LIVING Sl'i:ClMi:N3 OV OUU
CREATOR'S GREAT HANDIWORK,
"They wont in, two anil two, unto Noah, t;ito the Ark,
The mnlc and tho female, ai God had commanded Noab."
IX AUDITION TO WHICH 18 THK
Strictly Moral Circus
lOO STAR ABTISTS;
TWO MAMMOTH BANDSFORTY MUSICIANS.
UOROEOUS STKKET DlSL'L AY FINEST IS TIIE WORLD I
Doom Open at 1 aud 7 p. in.
Arrancenienta havo been made
Round Trip Tickets, iiood on all trains
Btrous ot visiting tuo unoapcsi csnow
this city. Don't lorgot tho dato, Juno
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
OP AM. KINDS, HAM) ANU BO IT,
Keep constantly on hand ,
Connor 3-HU Strcot
and Ohio Levje'o.
Mill and Yard
WALL & ENT,
Jl:iiiuf.ieturer! and Dealers Iu
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH.
l'OPLAH.OAK, OYPHUB. ASH, UA1
NU COTTONWOOD, tiUH
KAOI2D LUMBKH. ,
D HESS Ml) PINK, AbU AND VOL'
LAU KLOOHINO, UKILNG AND
IdJ'OllUo at taw mill ou euintr ,of Twenty-second
ktroct mid Ohio Levoo, ' ,
lOJ-D-Ut-tt ', ,
H. WAUDNKK, M7d, ' "
II. J. STALKEH, M. .
OUloo nud residence Ul (.'omuil'iiial Avo
next door to tbu Atiuvuetim. et-Itl-t
I.nrgc Show thai will Kxhlhll. m (ho Slalc or Illinois
luring llin Traveling Senson of 1ST i.
In the World, will L'iMbU ut
Admission, oOc ; Children 25c
with All Tho Lines of llailway for
from all station?, to onablo parties de-
un r.arui uuniijr uio uay u oxiiiuita in
uu. ll O-'J-cod-lOt
tfj il i'
Jit'i 1. . .:
ROSE & TEMMEi
Kotnll Dealors In
No. 1TJ "Wiuhlngton Avo.
HoW. Wood. & Oo
1180 It I DOE AVENUE
FountuliiH, Yiihch, Animals. Iron Stairs,
) Poata, Stablo FIHliiirs,
Wh o Works.
CAST, WHOUGHT & WIRE RAILINGS.
NBW mid lilHqVKPD C UA Ut or theatres,
Concert and LoctUjrclUalls.
And a, General ABSortmout of Orna
uiontal Iron Work.
Estimates and He signs senton appllcitlon,
htatlnu the clas ol work" lnied,
MATHU88 & UmL,
I'orwurdlug tt Gsntral
FLOUU, GRAIN, HAY AND
Wood Rittenhouse & Brotliery
Ok.nkiul Commission Merchant,
13.1 Ohio Lovcc, Cairo.
U.Avrna. K.J. ayixi
AYKRS & CfcL,
Hn 1 l.vsuOBii.Qaisu. Uw.
J. M, PHILLIPS,
r Wll.VtlKAOAT I'llOl'ltlKTOR.
Prcprcparcd to forward all kinds of
Freight to all points.
GTHuHlnesH attended to promptly.
IL A. Thorns u.Thonn
THOM8 & BKOTHBB,
Suocesosrs to It. M.Uulen,
AND MitMM a
Itnpln anil Vny UKooertaa,
iTorotgn anu DomesUo
181 Commercial Avenue,
OAIBO. - IB,HKOia.
And Dealer III
Litue, Cement, Plaster, Hair, &c.
JjtTl will tell In car load lots at manufav
tllrers prices, addlnn freight.
JOHN B. PHILLS & SON.
(Successor to John U. Phlllis,)
Deal ti i
MEAL, BRAN, 4c.
Agnu for Laflin & Rand Powder Company.
COK. TKKTH ST: OHIOLKYKK,
STRATTON t BIRD
Agonts Amorican Powder Company,
s? ouio zxrss. CH1KO.
MILLER & PARKER,
l-'LOUlt, CORN, OATS, HAY, io;
'AgontB for Tairbank's Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, ILLS.
PARKER & AXLEY.
NORTHERN BU TTER
Cornar of Sth Street and Washington Avs
. Cairo, 111.
ltd AT NTUHKH
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In ,
So. 70 Ohio LeTee, CAI80, ILL8
r3TSpeclai attention given to oonaten-
menu and IUIIm; orders: 11-1 U
Groceries, Provisions. Etc.,
STo. 3JLO Olxlo Xxmyrmm
CAIRO, ILLS, ,