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TIUINS LK1VK CAII'.O "
UIUt 12:11 it.m Dili;.
Kxtironse !l::u) n.m.. . .. "
Krclplitn 4:00 n.m., ..cxcelit Hur.iloj
rreixm at, . ,.m:m n.m,,,,..
'flljtat... . p.m.,... " '
1 llll IV AT (JAll'.O.
Mall at I If) a, til Iiillv
Ksprcm at 'i:Or p. in except Hlinday
miflll l n.ni.,....cccpi iiinnuaT
Kroltfhtat lii:0.' p.m., except Kumlay
rreiK'iiai iw i.in ..... .
M 'lAl-it. Jamkh Johnson, Agent.
J1IK CA1KO AND VlNOEflNES
KAILltOAD.
ciianhk or rimi:.
AlllO TO JIN'CINNATI AM) LOUIS
vii.w;,
ln ana aricr.luni! 7th passenger train?
win run uaii) except Hunu.iys as lollown
ooiKd muitii.
( alro, leave
6:Ma
7:31
:20
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Vltnns. arriio..
M.
llarrUlmrp, arrive..
'urr, Clty.arrhu. .
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ir:irllle,:irrlvc....
VI. rariucl, arrive,.,
Itiiemic , nrrlu...
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... 1:1.)
... 1:20 "
.... I. 10 "
... S.OO "
" union Depot.
arrive
Il'AVe..
ini'nnutl. arrhc
Liiuiivlllc, arrive
UOIMfl SOUTH.
.air,:trrlt lOiltti'. M.
Vltnn i.arrne j:4.i "
Marri-liiir, arri v 7:02 "
.SorrM ity, arrive User,
Curml. arrlio .";) '
lirayilUe, arrive 1:10 "
.Mi Carinel, arrhe i "
uiceliui. leave i-X "
L'nlon Depot, leave 2!ir "
" ' arrive 2:30 "
inilniiatl, leave (laV) a. m.
LoilliWtli , leac (JSV)
(JO.N.NKCTIUNll.
At Carild With M. UiUi' aud SiUllieu-lr In
trim in iiml Iriiinllvnimilli: ami point uel;
l.cmlnic Cairo firfS) a. m.
Arriving In Kranstille 'I:l.'i r. M.
Leaving ' 12 :) "
Arriving In Cairo IOA'i
At Vlncennes Willi Ohio Ml MlH.lppl
rallAuy for ('inclnmitl and IiuIsvIIIp, nnJ
nil point e:t-t and went; .with Iiidlaiup
oil" an'l Viiiccnne railway lor
Indlmapolin nml all point north,
rat ami wi'ft. with K mi. wile ntnl Craw,
lonlvllle railway for K ni llle,Terra llatiti',
Kanvlllv, Clilcao atnl all polntt nortli, t :ut
ami went.
At .Norrl City with the Sp-incfltld
anil Illliul Hotilliratrrn railway for Shaw
iitct.,ivii in, I sprlngl'ii-M, III., ami jKjIiit.
north.
At l eiiro with the MlM..ppl Cciitrul,
ami Mohlli- ami olilo. for all iM,lnt mhiiIi.
witlil alro,Arkaiii and 'IVxaslor all point
In Arkauu and Texan.
MOUND CITT ACCOUUOtlATIOK.
I.csvci Cairo tS'Sn p. m.
" Mound ( itv 1.JD
M "II. I.i-iIiiiich, (icn'ITUki t Ag't.
TIME TABLE.
ST. I.OUIS IKON MOUM'IA.V
AND SOl'THKKN It.lll.KOAD.
Omnihiuei arrive at and depart Irouulic
oltlre corner Hi venth ftreet aul (.omuier
rial Avenue a follow ;
ThrtniKh pxprrM. Icavm 12:l,ia.iu.,arrlira
li) p. in.
Charlcktoti ActHimniodatlon, leaTf 110 a.
I., and 4.ft0p. 111.
CharloMou Ainiuinoilation, arrive. 10: !0
in., und IM i. in.
Tlmotoall joints In Texn and Atl.au
a. WEMV-FOUIt II0UI1I I.KM1 HUN IIVA.NV
OTIfKK lllil.'TU
.1.'":.'. fr"' ' 'aira t i.iuloinKfc 13 hour.
I o IVxarvaiu .1 hour.
To .lctl roii, Tela, 25 hour.
To Marshall 2') hour.
To Mirwpnrt, Iiiiltlanu. 2!) liotir.
To Uilla. Texas 3fl hour.
To llearne. Texa, '.i hour.
To Houston, 'IV.xa, 1 1 hour.
To lialvcston, 'I Vx.11 4 1 hour.
1). AXTKl.r., Chief Knk'lncer.
t V. 1Ii:ijI i:miioi iio. Atreut, Cairo.
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p
H H
J WHOLESALE J
H. wurswioHE?.! H.
Cor. Washington Av.
A " A
JJiJS
P
LUMlir.U.
Cairo
Box and Basket Co.
HKAI.K1I8 IN
LUMBER
AM. KINDS, HAItl) AM) SOIT,
Keep i-onsl Aiitly on hand
FLOORING SIDING.
Al0 I.ATII,
oi'
Conner 31th Klrect
nml Oliio Levco.
Mill and Vnrd
WALL &. ENT,
llntitirnvtitrrrN and Dralcriln
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH.
CAIRO, ILLS.
l'OPhAK.OAK, OVl'HUH, ASH, (1UM
AKU COTTON WOOD, UK
l'AOKD I.UMBKU.
DKKSSBD 1'INK, AfciH AND 1 OP
LA H KLOOUINO, UKILNU AM)
SIDING.
BaTOIIh nt aW 0,1 'Wur of Twen.
ly.oi'nuil btreeluml Ohio I.uveo.
iflo-a-st.tr
NKW YOJtK STUxlK,
WHOLE8ALE AND RETAIL.
tABOXIT VAUBTT ITOOS IV Tn CITY
GOODS SOLD VKHY OLO0K.
Burner of Hloetfieniti ntrcvlnnd :im
inerelnl Atoiiu
(JA1HO, IMjINOIH.
0. O. 1'ATIKU
VOL. 0.
TBLBGRAPHI6.
TKT A QTTTTVTri "P r "NT
v v xxw JUL vt x vy JL! . '
lf Itlsr ihn nv T.liinnfO
LllW illtO OnCfftt 1011 defend my power. This Nuriu I am con
' I vlnced, is In accorduco with expectation
and will of the assembly, which when It
T.nPllQfrj rcnriiian(iisirjr in Mill'
djOtUSlS ijoriuttuuiaiuja in Him
TlRldtn.
uoaulu"
RED DEVILS ON THE WAR
PATH.
iik l'lsir.iiivrio.N.
Wmsuihuioh, D. U. Julv lb The
new redcmiillon diviilun of iho rurrmcv
bureau will toon bu in full blnu. About
luren mlllloni of grtentaoki, of tboioven
tuen which will bo rcuulred to meet tlm
raJeiiiptlcti ftaturo of tho annjnded cur
runty law, hai alrevly betn rccuived at
tbu ireaiury. Tim uutlru amount I ex
pooled within tho next ten ilaji. Tho
lorwardinc of ILo BUuunt hai had no
vllect whatever on tho market, tho llvo
por cent UiDt, of count, n jwirtlon of
tbu ruurvo bureloforc in circulation. Tho
amount received daily is clout half a
million. In answer to Ini'driui, it
itatcd at tbu trcafury that any pencil may
ind direct for redouiptlon. in inultlpli),
to tho amount of ocu tbouiand dul.hri, thu
notes of any national bnnk, Adaiiu
exprwi varoiac it frmi to
tho treniury. Ti,0 cost ii
then collLCttd from ilm hank wheio
note aro redeemed. Sumi U n than tho
ainutint i.nuioJ muit be tunt at t)u coit et
tho contlgni-r, to bu alio collcctod and re
luiburtLd by It) s treaiury.
LOLUBl I'tAOLX IN JIIN.Vr.50TA.
Wahuisotok I). C, J iiv 10. Tho fol.
lowing wai received ut tb war depart
ine'nt yeiltrday .
ijr. 1'AUL, iUN.v., July 0 To tho cc-
retary of war, VYaihlneton : A torriblo
calamity hai befallen IQo people of or
al countici in tuo uortiiwcilern part or
thli state. Tbu locum tiavo dovourod ev
ery kind of crop, and loft the country fjr
innei periecuy narc. J noy aid tho eatre
thing laet year In tho aamo area. iUny
thouiand aro now lufleriDg for food, an
I am uiicg every public and privato
iturce that I can lawful!? command to
ttnd immfci'ialn supplis i,f food. This
state is entltltd to two years' quota of
arms estimated at $8,100. 1 repectfully
r')!it that the 3ubiitn(o department
be ordered to turn over to me, in lieu of
thoao artni, a quantity, equivalent in
value, of rations, or such put of a rations
as I may rtqueit. I should not mate this
request but lor the gravest rciton anal to
prevent imminent starvation. I bavo
used every raiourc i.ui t
(iveu. 1 tmou.v, r u.po that obilaclci of
I (i rni will no, ut allowed to intnrfero.
I'lcaie advlia me lir teleerapb,
. J . t, T - , . . .
iciiiruvii.t w. jv. ua j., uovurnor.
Olnuf Clerk Crosby forwarded tbo teli-
cram to Secretary Uelknap, at New Loo-
don, with tbo indorsement; "Thero ap
pears to bo no autberity et law for divert-
inc an appropriatiJi. from its proper
lource, oven In cues of emergency."
lA-ociatr J l'rc'i Hcport.j
nl'OKT OF ISDIAh' M0YZMH.NTS.
"A'ARlilKUToy, D. U., July 10. Colonol
John K. .Smith, of tbo Uth Infantry, com
raandini; the Sioux expedition, underdate,
Oatnp Kobinion, Neb., Juno --, writoi as
fo'.lowi:
"Indians arrlvlce; from tbo ncrth, yei
terday, raport lare war parties, estimated
atfrom4u0to nOU Indians, divided into
four parlies, ono for thli vicinity, and ono
to the old Ited Cloud agency, with the In
tention of craning ttie No rib fltiUe, one
to Laramie, and ono to fotterman tbeo
two last probably intending to cross be
twoen tho two posts. lso, ono patty Is
reported as Intending to go to Sweet
water. Of courio. ibis is nn Indian ro
port, nud must bo considered accordingly.
Oenoral Itugglct, n!lltant adjutant
general of tbo doparmonl of tbo platti,
in forwarding a dispatch, says . "The do.
partment commander hai beon notilled of
tho movement of these Indian', and steps
have been taken to intercept thorn."
TIIK1IATTI.E Willi T1IE hot. (.JM-IIUICU
THE riAKOTA lNllUXb IN A WAU1KE
M OOV.
WAr.!(!MlTO.V, D. 0., .Jmy 1 TI.0
war department has received dupatlui
fmm l.rnia Treu. Nebraska. couUrmltl!
itrvsa accounts ot the battle will tbo Sioux
about ninety nilles from. Camp. Brown in
. r . 1. r . .. T I - n . : Llll. 1 ,..l
WIllUU UlSV AllUIAU. ,VSIU HIIVU "
woundod Lieutenant Young It repotted
dai.gorously wounded.
Captain Joseph ruin, commanacr 01
tho tuilitiiry station at Lower limle
Asoncy, Dakota, writes that tho Indians
thero aro In a warliko mood; nnd notMng
but n good bow of forja will provoat
... ion. outbreak. Oantain Carlisle lwd,
commander ot mi ukoyonno Aginvy, ru-
ports that the supply of rutloni fur tfce
Indian Is nbout exhnucted, and save that
should the issuoof ration', and utprcUlly
of beef, bn stopped for any lvus;thncd
period, it wilt load to luriout depredations,
if not to actual warfare, on tho part of tho
Indians.
Omaha, July 9. Ocnorals Shotidin
hnd Ord returned from the west this af
ternoon. Tolographlc advices from Fort
Laramlo utato that reports received from
Spotted Tail' agency say that eevnnty
llvo lodges of OullaUr, undor Ulack
Twin, aro moving towurd that place; tbat
the Incaptpti ana juauneoonious arn
moving ucrois tbo 1 ellowstono river. The
Arrarmhoes and Chuyennos aro encamped
on tb headwaters of tho lllg .Horn rlvor,
near tho lllg Horn mountains.
FOREIGN.
FRANCE.
I'auih, July 10. Tho republican Jour
nals lyoaterdny consider : Unit yestor
dav's nroooealni;s'of tho ussomblv-domon
strm tliop wurlessneis nf that body, and
declaro that disiolution la tho only" rem
edy for tho unsettled political situation.
It is probable Unit fovfral mutlons for u
dissolution of tho asssmbly will be Intro
duccd ut to day's sitting.
Vekkmm.ich, July 10. In tbo Kisombly
ycntoruiiy tbo mcssaio of l'reldent Mac
Malum, of which notice wn glvon yes
terday, whs presonted and read by (Ion.
De Cissoy, minister of war: YVhon you,
by the law of Novombor -0 last, dellvorod
the oxecuttvo powoa Into my hands for
seven yeatt,you intondod to afford to thu
pubiiu interests timt security wmcu pro- ,
carious iiiitltutlons ro roworleits to give, (
0AUIO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY. JULY 11. 1874.
i
Thai voto eonfrred uun me groat diitlss,
lor llio fulfillment of vhicti 1 Mil account-
hlo to 1'ranci). and fron which 1 cmi in
no caso bo normltted tc withdraw It alio
1 conferrod rights wblcl I (hall tihvut ox-
i oreiio excont for tii'iPvd uf Iho country.
Vo,,f confident Mdirod my powurs Irru-
vocabla f a tlxed turn in foroitallini;
vote on cocitltullma. bills. In acuordinc
1 inoni you ycuro!vei cnchalnoil your
! "ovorelgnlty. I shall employ tho moans
I ,,Ii:ei! m,J l thu 1,e1 of lh0 Bonment
ioi0Ojod locrcato.nstron, stablo and ro-
1 epecicu power, nut irrj law 01 ovetnlsr
1 20 rnuit bo compiled. The Miembly
cannot Meditate tetrlcg up its engage
ments. Let it pcrsiit mo to proiiingly
romind it ot the claimi for tho lul.illlment
of that cngegomcnt.
'Tho country durctnds tho organiza
tion of publls powers, aad the questions
which wtru reserved must bo settled.
Further delays will depress tredu and
hamper tbo jiroiporlty of tho country.
I hopq the asiembly will not fill to pat
riotically fulfill its jbllgatiGD. I abjure,
It in tbo r.arno of t.o b gbest fntoreit if
the country to deliburnlr, without delay,
upon quesiioci whi:h must no longer re
tiain in iuipxn.e. 'Iho iinetnbly and gov
irnment aro jvtntly responsible. I am do
drous of ftecoiupllshine all my dutlcl,and
nv mint Impsratlvo duty is to insure to
fio country defined institutions, security
and calm. 1 have instructed tbo minis
ters to inform tbo tnnititutloncl c.nvon
tion concerning the points upon which 1
believo Hit csientltl to insist.'
at tho conclusion of tbo tnesuge. il.
Ilavul Duonl argucl that tho nisenibly
was powerless to constitute a dotinitlvo
government i that It dissolved alter hev
ing votod upon tho financial bill, tho bill
on military organization and tho bill pro
viding for a gottrnl election on Oc
tober 'Jo. He domandod that bis
motion be declared urgent. Tbo demand
for urgency was supported by tho left
and the lionapartlite, but was rejected by
1 largo majority.
Tho left center voted with the majority,
Hanking ilacMahou's mcssaito increased
lie cbauvea cf Oailmor 1'ener s t.111 The
uotion was afterwards roterrod to the
tomniittee u parliamsntary Initiativn, In
vl.icli the lelt predominate. A favorable
ind speedy report upon it Is tbereruro cor
Uin. Tho committee ot thirty hs annroved
j tin bill favoring a personal septenalo, and
I dibato upon It wid probably cccur within
I afew days.
Guilty Beecher.
'file Great Fallen SulVer
ing From Nervous De
pression. . - - - -Mrtifct to tbo
'Ololio' Jated ew York, Otb ini-t., sajt :
All sorti ot rtories continue alloal about
tho lleccber-Titton scandal. Tho belief
tbat the thing bus blown over seems
wholly unfounded Tho meniaTj nf Ply
mouth church ao reported to be still
deeply agitated. Jlany want it to stand
;ust at present; cbers, more conservative,
are ilamorous Ar un investigation, say
ing, if Ilcccber has nude ono slip of tho
kind charged, tlat ho may make another;
that tnoy, as Liubands and fathers, aro
vitally int6re!tcc" in knowing tbo wbolo
truth.
It Is declared I lint Dcechor exproms on
tiro willlngnes tj act as his coumelorH
rcqulro; tbat ths majority of them aro
violently epposed to bis breaking slltnco.
Tho report tbat Ilcccber's "elf-humill-ating
cunfesaion, partially publiibud by
Tllton, had nothing to do with TiltonV
wife, Is pronounced by persons claiming
authority as absolutely false It had re
ference to her and nothing else. Ileecher
is asserted to be tulfcrini; groatly frcm
norvout depression, and it is doubtful if
ho will roturn to bis pulpit nt tho end of
this summer vacation. Uo has fears ot
breaking down, as he Intimated at bis lt
I'riday's prayer meeting, li ' reported
thnt he has even talked of rotirlng frmi
the pulpit permanently, os ho greatly
needs reit. If Ims received letters from
nil over tho conttry, mot of them ex
pressing sympathy, but some urging him
to sp'oak Tor tbo cauio of Christianity.
Til Ion' friends lay ho will print nil of
lieechor's letter the moment ho nikp for
or denies tho truth of any part of it.
DON'T BUY
rnllll you ban- examined the 011H com
plete mid Inrgrttrtork of Coille. lionii v eicr
kept lu Culm. i;vcr dealer MiotiM 'know
hu. rnn' buy cheaper um! Hotter t'ood where
they nre iu:ule, than Iroin ccoiiit buinl .lol
i'i'. ItuineiHl.cr there i but uuo i '-'co lo do
this.
CANDY UAUT011Y
ROSE & TEMME
Manufacturors,
Wholesale
nnd
itetall Dealers in
Confootioiicrs Goods-
No. 17- Wiiihlngton Ave.
Cairn, I lie,
1
AT ONCE
Look to your Interest and buy illrccl fiiiiu
tho only .Maiiiiliictiirllig Conlcclloiier in
Soiilhoru Illluoi.
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
IMPOBTEB
ltcetillor ami lVholosalo Dealer
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
In
LIQUOltS AND WINKg.
NO. lil, OHIO lkvci:,
O.UHO,
13-7-2
I LI,?,
Johnson County,
Kel'rc.Siiiii; Sliowei's 3Iake
Everjbody Glnrt.
WHAT THE FARMERS'
CONVENTION DID.
Why JuCgo Baker Likes
Vionna.
CROPS, FLOUR, WHEAT,
CAIRO, ETC.
IKor the cauio Ilfi.i.i.v.
Viskma, Jounsox Cou.mtv, July 0.
This county was vis'itud yesterday and
this morning by rifiosbin showerj,
which have rovived dmepln;' vegetation
madoglal evoryhody and Itnprovod busl
noss generally. Indications ire thai wo
hall have more rain this evening
At the farmsrs' convention hold hero
on tbu Un, a resolution vi. pasind
withdrawing the patrono of the mom-
birs from all newipapers jppoiod to their
movoraont," etc.
Our local paper, the 'Journal,' bad pre
vious to this given tho Or'anlzillon sev
eral thrusts, and niiumcl to bu their
Moses. It is amusing o soc, In this
week's Irsuo, how Jack Is Indevorlng to
appono their wrath. II( coaxes, then
threatens; the tnjrj ho rijglos tho worso
ho appears.
Some of our tti-psyers ire of tho opin
ion that Judge Iisker Is pirtinl to us, and
inilnuato that ho tends hero for trii.1
more criminal caici from other countlua
in tho circuit tLin is ourtharc. Wo don't
bslieve it, the Jadgo prifors this county,
no doubt, lo oUsr plaJes to hold court,
became we have a beOer court-house, bet
ter hotel, (tho St. Jojios is opcnol,) and
because ho lias runy warm frienls hero.
Tho crops in this caunty, from present
indications, wi.l bo larger than for ten
years past.
Oar mills aro seniing all their Hour to
Cairo commission ncrchanti, n-d nil the
wheat that is beingthippod goes to Cairo
mills.
Wo hopn soen t re-) Cairo the com
mercial and manufacturing centre of 11
largo territory.
Bristol & StilweU
Family Grocers.
I
.Js
Kfcp ovcry thini; portainiiiK to the
lino of Staplcj and Fancy firoceries,
Woodenwaro, Vegetable.", "Fruits, Ac.,
iC.
Wo poll Uio
during hummer
jirojsed Ycat.
isfacliou.
. W 'vj
Celtml Yeast L'ako
iiilul of Uio Coin
It gicu excellent sat
.'IA.i
id
US,
'
IjflM
do' IJt,'
No 32 EIGHTH St.
OAIXIO, XXjXj.
II. WAUIWKK, n. I).
Il..l.STAliKKIt, JI.H.
OlUuound ie.liiciii'0 111 Coniinreial Avo..
.sxti'tior to thu Atlitiiieuiii. ct-ltl-tf
PLANTER'S HOUSE,
50 Ohio Luvcc -
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
Tbo lMatitcr'a Hou?c is located On Ohio Lctcc Street in
CLOSE PROXIMITY
POTS AjStD STEAM130T LANDINGS
i ...1 :.. ii. ('....1.. . c ,1...! ,1 . ., ....
nun 111 tin. vuuto ui 1111 iusiiivib j
niiu complete 111 all ita appointment.
n ...... ..j ........ u i.di,tnui
incut and liie best of accommodation.
Transient Guests $2 per Day.
A TrustyWatch for Trains
.
.illlil SI lit k
Ollercd
GREAT REDUCTION 12? PRICES
Gori, 8th St. and
DOMESTICS,
GJISTeJLAMS,
LAEQE STOCK
LAWKS, SIMTIKGS,
JAl'AKESE SILKS, SILK 1'01'LINS,
A LJ 'AGAS, G It UN A D I NES.
LARGE STOCK OF WHITE GOODS, Victoria Uwns,
Swiss, Mavatulloo and a Largo Stock of Kibbons. This entire
Stoek will be sold at Actual Coat, and continue until it is
closed out.
Call and be convinced of Great Bargains.
TERMS, STRICTLY CASH.
liO 7-8-tf.
tllAI,
THE CAIRO CITY
c
I
A
i
i COlll'AiXY
!
' Are prepared to Mipply customcre
in 1th tho best
,PITTSBUR&'
I AMI
! ILLINOIS
COAL
i.kavk ohiu:ks at
rT llalllilay llro.'t alUcc, .No.
&iC?.y-i-rnio;.
L-t7"Al lllu n,al iluuij', iVol.
rhlrtj-elhtli meet.
70,
CONSUMPTION CURED.
I'nthe ndllnrnl Tliu IIui.i.utin:
1:sii:i:mi:i Kiiutsnt You will ple.iMi
toi'iu your rcadcra that ( liuvv u posltlH'
In-
cum: ron consumption
and nil dNonler nl tho Throat and
I. llll'"'.
'j 1 1 1 1 Ilia . Iiv th ue In tuv nr.ic eu
I Iiiinc
iincil huiidredh of casus, mid will give
$1,000 00
lor a :ii' it will hut lieuellt. Ilnloeil, ho
lii)iig i my filth, I will xeml sami'i.i:,
('Uiin, to auy Biill'cri'riiddrilin; inc.
rie fmnv uiik icuer in liny ono you nuy
tiiuw who ja niilcriiiu from llit'i-o
UKl'llKUli,
mil iil.Tliri.
riiiiiiiiuiy lour,
DR. T. F.
(Ill Ullllmil Ht.
ll7-li-.:i-d.V:wliiii
BURT,
Nun York.
DiUNlia LAMl'KRT
FASHIONABLE BARliER
Tl .A. 3
Hlreol, botnreii WaHhlugton uml
i.'ouiiiicrcinl Avenue,
CA1UO, ll.l.l.NOLJ
NO. lTo
CAIRO, ILLS
TO RAILROAD DE
union 01 uio city, iho House is new
Tlio rooin, arc lnrco and niry, besides
uuosis win receive councutis ireat-
Day Mounters $20 per Month.
and Boats Day and Night.
271 -3-27-3IH.
Of Mi MM
for Sale nt
IIY
Commercial Ave.
SUE ICINGS,
BLb) ACH.RD MUSLIiNS
C KETONES,
PERCALES.
OF DRESS GOODS
BUTClir.R.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER,
And Dealer lu
FRESH MEATS,
Kionni Strkkt. het. YVasuhkoton aso
Commercial, Avs.adjoin Ing Hanny s.
Iieep the bet of llecf, l'ork.Mutlnn veal,
Lamb, Sausage, etc., uml is prepared to
M'rvc faiiilUfw In n aeeeplablo maiiner,
JAS. KYNASTON,
BUTCHER
And Dealer In
Kims OF FJIH3II -MKATS
N.- t... i wontioth atrout and
Uommercial Avenue.
OA 1 110. ILLINOIS
HYLAND & SAUR.
IBTTTOUEX ERS
And Dcaleri, in
"CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of every di'eripllou,
Cor. tnihSlrcot mid Coiiiiiiur.dnl Avenue,;
Nc.M iluor tu tho llyhiud riuloou.
C'Aiito, Illinois.
IOE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT& SON
tV'n i.iIj ul IdMII D'Hori lu
VUKK LA ICQ U1K,
Clro, Illinois, and Coluuiluij, Kontwcky.
Cairo oilleo ut lluleii .V; Wilson', corner
Tttclllli atrcct mid Ohio lovco.
Wo Will run an leo iviujon tbrueilioiit tlm
eaMiii, iK-li vurliiK purii Uko lee lu any part
si tho city ai thu luwet market price, uml
olll ulxo luriiUh our Irloii'l out Je the city
wllh leo iiv tbo cake or car loud, packed lu
wiv iliitl, fur Hhtpinrut to any dlitanec,
u oo-iO-lf
OOMMWUCm HERCHAlm.
D. -MaHnifs e, , m,,
MATHUSS & UHL,
rorwardlusAOenKal
Commission Merchants,
Dealers In
r,',IAIN ,1Ay AND
PJtODUOE."
Ohio Levee, . omixo, Ills.
W. Stralton.
td
STRATTON & BIRD
WHOLESALE GROCERS
ANI
ommisslon Merchants,
Agents American Powder Company,
r? Ohio i.kvj:k, cAtsto.
PARKER & AXLEY.
GROCERS
And General
Commission Merchants.
NORTHERN BUTTER
A Specialty.
Comer or ails Street and Washington Ave,
.. . ,. Oxix-o, Xllssj.
4.r M.ktl
Wood Rittenhouso & Brother
AMI '
General Commission MEncliANt,
Ohio Jjevec, Cairo,
l .A TSH8. k. J. ATHKS
AYEItS & CO.,
AltD
OENKU ah COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 7H LnvKK.OninOAmo.lMJi.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
KOllWAItDlKO
Commission Merchant
WllAKEAOAT I'nontfETOll.
l'rcprcpareil to forward all kiudd of
Freight to all poiuto.
EuTIIu.-lnci-, allviidcd to promptly.
II. A. Thorns i,. jj. Thorns
THOiia li BROTHKIt,
Succesotrs to II. M.llulen,
AND DXAUIRS IM
HlAile start Kanoy 41rocerl,
Korelcn ana Domestlo
TP1R.XTTT3 J2fTT3 TSTXTHEi
yj ComniorclalAvenu,
OAIKO, . - ILLINOIS.
C. CLOSE,
OCKKKAL
Commission Merchant
And Dealer In
lame, Cement, Plaster, Hair, &c.
OHIO LEVEE.
jTI will foil In carload Ms at msnuUc
Hirer price, uddliijrfrchjht.
JOHN B. PHLLJS & SON.
(Succcnor to Juhn II. l'hlllis,)
General Commission
FORWARO ING MERCHANTS,
Dealers lu
HAY, COILV,
OATS, FLO UK,
MEAL, DUAN, &c.
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powder Company.
COlt. TLNTII ST..fc OIIIOLUVKE,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MILLER & PARKERi
General Commission
AN 11
FORWARDING MERCHANSs
Dealers In
Fl.Olin, C01LV, OATS, HAY, Ac:
Aontu for Fairbank's Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, ILLS.
N. II. ThLtlewood. j. J. Thltllcwood
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
UKXKItAL
Commisssion Merchants,
LiaUis In
Flour, Corn, Oats, Hay, &o
-No. 78 OHIO LKVEE,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
COFFEY, I1A1UUSON& CO.,
(Suceeswrii loD. nurdJAlOon.)'
Commission Merchants,
ri.OI'M,UKAlN AN I HAT,
No 03 Ohio IfiTo, UA1HO, ILLS,

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