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MIN013 OKNTItAL UAf.iU.UI.
TIIAINU I.XAVK CAlltO
tfallnt 12:15 a.m., Dally.
Kniroi 'l-MI n.m.... "
Freight a 4:00 a.m.,.. .except Sunday
FrclRbtat ...ll:r,r a.m,,.... "
freight at . . 4:00 p.m.,. "
a inn vi: AT CAtllU
Mali at 1'30 n.m Dally
Fpreuat .. ..'J:05 p.m., ....except Sunday
Vrctghtat ... .iimj a.m.,. ... except .Monuny
Krolght at l'lM p in., except Suuday
Frmjriil nt .....7:uu p.m
1M 'M7-lf. .Iamkh .Ioiinpon, Agent.
THE CAIRO AND VIN0KNNK8
ciianor or ri w i:.
I On and iillcr.Funo 71 li iiaMencer train'
will run daily except .Sundays at follows t
Cairo, luavo 6:10 a. M,
icnua, arrlvo 'in
llarrlshurit, arrtto 11:11)
Norris Clty.arrUe 10:18
'annl, arrive 10:.VJ
fi ray vllle. arrive HUM
Sit. (.'annul, arrive ., ...12:10 )'. m.
mcennea. nrnvc... isio
" union Depot, arrive.... l:'iu
' " leave,..... 1:10
."HK'niihtl. arrive 8:00
I.oimville, arrive HM
i'alro. arrive 10:351. it,
C'artnl. arrive ri;.10
Oraywlh-, arrive 4:4U
.Ml Carincl, arrive '"
Vinccunc. leave ... ":Ui
" Union Depot, leave 2: IS
' Itii'lnnatl, leave ., ,. ,
AtCamit with St. Louis and southeastern
trains tiandlroini;vaiivilli: and point uet;
s.eawnj; i,uiro. d:.kja.m.
Arriving In Kvaimvlllc .1:l.'i r. M.
Learln " 12SI "
Arriving In Cairo 0M "
At Vlncennoi with Ohio and Mlanlnlppl
railway for Cincinnati ami LouUvllle, and
all point east and westi'.wlth Indlauap.
oil and Vlncennes railway lor
Iinllanapolla uud all point north,
salt and wot; with Kvanavllle ami Craw
lorilsvlllo railway fur K aimvtlle,Terra Haute,
Danvlllo, Chicago and all polnu north, cait
At Norri City with the .Sprlnirlleld
and Illiiols Southeastern railway tor .Shaw
ntetown and ISprlngtk'ld, III., and polnu
At Cairo with tin- .MMnlppl Central,
and Mobile, and Ohio, for all points south;
willilalro,Arkania and Tex,for all iolnt
in Arliaim andTexa.
MOUND 0ITT ACCOXlUOt 4TWN,
l.eavci Cairo 'i'in i. it,
" MoundCity.... i.JO "
M. H. OooiilUCll. (leli'i'l'liket An't.
ht. loois iron 3iouxr.vi.
AND SOUTIIDKN KAI1.K0AI).
Omnlhutei arrive at and depart from the
otlJce comer Hnventh street ami Coininer-
clal ATcnue ai lollow.1
Texan Kxprtis leaver 1:00 a.m. Arrivet
200 a. in.
Charleitoii Aerotnmodatlou leae
a. in. Arrhes U:l.ia. tu.
Columbus Accomodation ltuve 4:00 p. in.
Arritea IM p. in.
1 WINTV-l'OUIt HOUltM I.Knt THAN HY A.NV
Tune from Cairn to l.lttic Itock 1.1 hou.
To Texareanii t lioiirs.
To Jelferaoii, Tuxas, 'Mi liotir.
To ManhalliO hours.
-IVi Mirovrport, I.oullaiia, a hour.
To Dallas, Ti'xa, 'M hours.
To llearne, Texas, 3jJ hours.
To Iloostoo, Texas, 4 1 hours.
To (lalveston, Tuxus 41 hour.
1). AXTRM., Chler KtiKlneer.
C. W. HKQl'KMIioflKi. Agent, Cairo.
J WHOLESALE J
4Bj Cor. Washington Av.
THE CAIRO CITY
Are propared to Mipply customers'
with tlio nest
I.EAVK OU1IKI1H AT ,
JCirilulliduy llro.'s olllie. No. 70!
Ohio l.nvfe: 1
JST Ualltday llro.'H wnarmoa
l3rAt thu coal illlinp, foot oli
Suecial Inducements to Li:;e Coneumers
SO O2no Lcvcc -
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor
Tlio I'latitor's IIouwo in located on Ohio IjOtco Street in
POTS AND STEAMBOT LAJS DINGS
And in the Center of thcIlunciH I'ortion of the City. The Ilouce i.t now
and coraploto in all it opp'oiniincnta. IThc oprua,,aio.larf;ii.uudiiiry, bcaidca
being elegantly furnishctl and carpeted.' GuesU will receive ;ourfepus treat
ment and the beht of accoinmodattons. ' " "' ' '' ''' " '
Transient Gucst8 $2 per Day.
A TrustyWatcli fof Trains
, , , , , . , , n. .,, , ,, r'
GREAT REDUCTION IS PRICES
Cor.. 8th St. and
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS
J APAAESE SILKS,
A LI 'AG AS,,
LARGE STOCK OF WHITE GOODS, Victoria Lawns,
Swiss, Maraailles and a Largo
be sold at Actual
and be convinced ol Great
TERMS, STRIOTLYb CASH.
' tio 7-s-tr.
Most Powerful lleallut'
The wonderful cclcritywith which tills
romblnatlon of c.utKUouc acii with
OTHKK bOOTIIIXO AND CUKATIVli KMOI-
Heals tlio Most Virulent Sore ami
Is something akin to tho iiiarvolou.
It is with nrlde that the Proprietors call
attention to the gratifying tact that
PHYSICIANS 01VE IT TIIE'HIGUEST
MEAD OF rUAlSKjg
iiul usti it wwX preicrlho'.it in their pracUot-
Points to bo Borne in Mind
CAHItOMC SALVK positively cures tlio
OAltliOLIU SALVE iiiUntly allays lue
pain of burn". Q.
UAUUUI.lU SA1.Y1. curea uu ciiinneuus
UAitiiui.it; sal vi; removes pimpiesauu
OA tl 01.10 SALVK will cure cuts and
OAlt I0LI0 SALVK ranks at the Head or
all Salve, Olnt uents or other ilccllUL' Com-
polllllli, alll HAS AGlIIWVKD A IlilBATr.K
ItKl'TUATlDN AND HAn A I.ARl1):ll MA1.I!
than any other tlinllar preiiaratlon of
fsoiu every were, iticu si ccih.
JON11 F. Ili:.NKY,OUUH.UN A: CO.,
rrop'x., w anu u wo in geriace, j .
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer in
No. 70 Ohio Lotcc, CAlltO, ILLS
ftSiTSpeclal attontiou Kiven to coutlKn-
meuu aud tlllliu: orders. ll-'i tt
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
33o XX O Olilo Iieveo
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY, AUGUST 2. 1874.
TO RAILROAD DE
and' Boats Dajfiid ight.
- " ' i i ' '- I ' ? l m- h
II F 11 11 V;
for Sale at
Stock of Ribbons.. Tlii.s entire
Cost, and continue until it is
Bristol & StUwell
x. . - t
g v !-
Keep ovor'tliiti; jicrtninlnj; to tlio
lino of StaplSl and lfnnoy Orocerie?,
'Wooilenwaro, Vcgutablcn, Fruits, Ac,
"tfleut Lamp. Tit
HuqilHomest, bo, Coal, Oil Lamp now
In use. It consuiiies llttlu oil ami
Protlitcvs, Alldtflit dcrir. llirlit fur pre-
fcraltlo to, uW. 'to sow or road. Uv,
for does not Injure tlio Eyes. Call
and nee It.
i l l
No 32 EIGHTH St .
NOTHING OF SPECIAL IN
WHAT KX'JL'DOi: MOItniH (AYS.
Jt" Yoks, July ni Kx-Judgo
ilorrif, coutuolfor .Mr. Tlltoo, it i atattd
thl morning, ha boon Iirtho canlrovvriy
of U. Tilton naluil Jilr. JiaoCQnr for a
Iodj; time at adviier of Jlr. Aloulton, and
o yean ago guvo advice, which Uelavpd
the expbilon. lie baa implicit faith in
tho truth of his client's ciiu.e, and whilo
refuting to give any opinion ui to thoiltuu
tlon, bo laid ho had known lor u year pait
facts which must now corns out. lie had
labored hard to luppreii thnm for tho aku
of public decency, but ho felt now that the
facts, horrible nj they were, would havo
to be gtiUblithcd.
Mr. Morrli and IJistrict Attornoy
Inilow bad two lony converantiom yes
terday ns to tho courao to bo punued on
Monday with regard to tho Gaynor cam.
Mr. Morria did not oxpreu anxiety to
havo tbo matter dlacontinuod, but ox
preiiod his opinion that a police court
was no pjaco to try nomo of the itibitiI.
ttido and CHroHlng intoroitof this ono.
Mr. inalovr ibared tho same oulnlon.
though Klmittlni; thnt Uayoor had a
tnabnical riuht to institute nroceodincs.
They aeemod to concludo that tbo nracticn
would have no standing in tho court.
MR. 11 If EC 11 EU,
Kat night, apent somo timo at f3beir man's
house htlo ho was thero his aialitaut,
Mr. llalllday, drovo up with a lady, and
Air. Utcher marcbod out In very dillni
fled stylo to tbo carriage, playfully re
proaching Mr. llalllday for devoting hu
timu tu tuch follies as driving around
town and neglecting tho caro of Ply.
mouth congregation imposed on him dur
ing the pnitor's vacation. Air. Shearman
laid yesterday that lieecbor was not pro
piriDg a detailed statement in roply to
Mr, Tipton's charge;, b'uen a course was
not deemed at all ncccur.ry, as Tilton had
not produced an item ol proof in support
of any of tho accuiations ho has made.
Tho commuted had notified. Mr.
Ilcucber during tbo day that they would
require his toitimony after Mr. Jloulton
had given his. Mr. Deocber felt conll
donrtbatirjraTmon appear and tolls tho
truth, tho wholo chnrga made ngainat blra
b Tilton, would be found abaalutely falia,
If Mr. Moultoa does iiot appear, Jlr.
Botcher would givo his testimony juit tho
same. , Uwchnr hail been advised to bring
tbo matter before tho court of juatlco, but
the caio would be thrown out of court In
h moment, and thecomraittco wa appoin
ted to secura an inquiry. A court would
not tecuro for lieccher tho complete vin
dication no uniirei
Mr. llrechor had dejired to havo tho
investigation couducted privately, so that
tho charges could have no evil InQuonco on
It ii, iDmi-olliolaily announend this
mornjn that inquiries had been made
with regard to the reputation of Air.
Moulton, and somo testimony will
bo taken by tho uommittoo on the
Mr. CHKRMAN'S VIEWS.
NewYoiik. July 31. Tno Iieochor
invoitigating-committee will meet again
tO-tilht. ' Frank Carpenter ha been
summoned to Hppoar. Dr. Storrs Bonds
word that he will testify before tho com
mittee, if pasilble. A special tnosaonger
waa tent to Nnrraganett PUr to. soo
Prank Moulton, out failed to find him.
Mr. tihornian, in an inter viow to-dny,
laid: "I have talked with Mr. Moultuu
on this subject, and ho h9 nothing to say
that will hurt Mr. lioeeher. It is for the
interest of Prank Moulton that Prank
Moulton does uot peak. Mr. Moulton
has hold very peculiar rolations with Mr.
Tilton, Mr. .Moulton'B testimony will
not hurt Air. lloachrr's cute. I know
what Mr. Moulton' testimony is, and
wish he would speak."
WUHAN II. ANTHONY INTERVIEWED AGAIN
Utica, July 31. Tho Utlca ' Morning
Herald ' will to-morrow print a report of
an intorrlqw held to-day with ISnaan II.
Anthony at UnadilU, regarding tho
Beocber-Tllton matter Mus Anthony
declined to ntllrrn tho statement attributed
to her by Air. ritanton and her brother
Dr. Anthony. Sho said: '-If I did say
so, it was very ungracious of them to re
peat it. 1 did not. It was worso of them
to mcko it up." "When askod if she would
go boforo thn Plymouth churoh committeo
If summoned, sho replied decidely, "No.
What 1 havo to say will bo said only ho
fora a tribunal rompgtent to doal with tho
matter, and ablo to compel unwilling ut
Paris. July 31, In tho aiiombly to
day tlio queetion ot recess camn up for
debate. Al.Uambetta tnado an impuranl
ipoech proteslndly Hainat a irorogat!on
ot tun session, uui roauy in tavor or a
republic prorogation, llo said it was
simply iutunded to conceal ,tho import
anoe of the ussombly, which, although it
arrogated constitutional powora, had dono
nothlug but succnilvely rejoct all known
forma of government. Tho right waa
reaponfiblo for whatever might happen.
Tho urganizatiou or u septinato was as
Impossible as that of a monarchy. He
madu u powuiful appeal for the establish
mailt of h repuylio that would give peaca
andunianto France, and concluded by
domandlng that t state of siege bo raised.
Tbo ipeakor was tumultuoualy npplandtd
by thu loft.
During ivsubirquont dobato the Mar
quis Do FraucleUu, n legitimist, declared
that ho oonsidored it his right and duty
'to ro-osUblibh a monaroby. This caused
fcreat excileinoct, nod the loft called for
tho viowtf of thu government on tho
JJOonoral l)aCUJ"i Vlco presldont of the
imnlbturial cvuncil, replied that tho gov
ornmont would sok with llrrnnosn and
lliipartlallty to mako its powers roepoctod
by uil phrtle A motlpn to rtlae a state
oC alogq w'at .rejectod by a yoto of '2&2
vens.to dOO 'nays.
Thu inotloD to adjourn on the fltli day
of August until tlio 30th of Novcnber
was finally carriod by a largo tnJor it.
Madriij, July 31, The Impartial mak-
complaint against Prance: Tbo arms
bearing the royal Initials of Don CarJoa
havo been publicly sold at flayomo. A
manufactory at iiordeaux has bean al
lowed to undortako thu contracts for sup
plying tho carliat army with boots and
shoea, Tho ducrots of Madrid, wifo of
Don Carlos baa boon suflored to reside In
liau without being interfered wltb. The
demand for tho extradition of the cbiof
Savaba, on aceount ol various criminal!
ties, was rofuiod by tho Fronch govern
ment, and hi return Into Spain was nst
procured. Tho perfect of tho department
of J.owor Pyrrlni'S, who pormlttod the
public entry of carliils into Spain, is still
retained in olllce. Thousands ot armed
rnculls for tho carlNM havo crossed the
frontier. Finally tw(, i ugoci of arms
rrom Franco havo bein landed for tho
The President and the
a RANT WILL
AfiiiiN(iTON,,D. 0., July 31. Dospito
tho action of the government In lafuslng
to send troops to Vicksburg, tho officials
of that stato continuo to importune tho
president for armod aid. Tho colored
Lieutenant Uovornor, Davis, fully ei
hausted tho appeal, which, after the moat
caroful coniideration by tht president,
secrotary of war, and attorney gonoral,
was finally rofuiod, and it was thought
that Mtiiissippl would now bo content
to take care of Itself in Its
Governor Amoa, howo"or. who has bsan
absent from the state, returned the otbor
day, and yas'.orday made aaothsr appeal
for troops, reitorating in tbo main, tho
approbensions set forth in the telegrams
and mall advices, previously forwarded
by lioutonant governor Davis.
Tho following is the telegram sent by
Jackion, Miss., July 23. President
U. 6. Grant, Vashington: I regret to
inform you that I ilnd, upon returning
hero, that an alarming condition of af
fairs oxists nt v ioksburg. Infantry and
cavalry organizations exist, and It Is re
ported that a number of piocoa of artil
lery havo been sont to that city; and
tbeio bodies, organized And armed with
out authority and in violation of law,
assume to bn the guardians of tho peace.
Thla is a political controversy. On one
sido, tho democrats, represented by
whites, claim that tlioy fear fraud! on the
part of their opponents. The republicans,
consisting mainly of blacks, claim that
they fear frauds and also violence on tho
rt of tho democrats. At one time col
IILOODSHEU WAS PEAKED
by all now by Kcpubllcann; but by
Democrats it Is disbelieved became tboy
have become masters of tbo situation. It
is they, also, who oppose thu presence of
troops at this time. Of the causes of this
lamuutablo stato ot atlairs it Is now use
loss to spoak. 1 only seek peace aud pro
tection tor all. Can thero bo any serious
objection why troops should not be sont
there? No harm can rosult, for troops
aro in many ot our cities at this moment
in two cities of this Stato. Their preieace
may do great good; it may savo many
lives. Pvon ono would morn than com
poniato for tbo harm which If any 1 do
not sou would result from such a prol
unco. Will it not be the least of ovils to
havo troops there for .any emergency.
(Signed) Adeliiert Amis,
Governor of Jlisslisippl,
Tho tologram was at once forwarded to
President Grant, at Don; llrauch, for bis
consideration and decision, who, al
ter twenty-four hours deliberation, de
sent to the iiisslssippl
done ornor which was accordingly
"WAsiu.voroN, D. 0., July Ul. Hon.
A. Amos, Jackson' Aliasisslppi,
Thu contents of your J Is patch have
boon submitted to thu prosldont. Uo de
clines to move troop except under a call
mado strictly in accordanoo with the
tonus of tbu Constitution."
Signed. W. W. Belknap,
Bccrotary of War.
Leading Itoputiicans hare, And those
who feel an interest in tho continued sup
remacy of tho Iiopubllcan party In the
South, regret that tho officials of Missis
sppi havo seom fit to appeal so persist
ently for federal intorforonco in their
local affairs, since such Interference can
not but prove detrimental to tba beat in
terests of the party there, as well us olae
where. It Is understood that
TUB Rl'.AL FACTS
of the situation nt Vicksburg do not boar
out tho representations of tho governor
and lioutonant governor, and that the
city authorities aro amply able to maintain
tlio peace. In fact, tho mayor and other
officials of tho city, who are republicans,
havo stoutly denied tho noceaisity for
troops from the inception of the troubles,
And have constantly assured tho president
that United States soldiers thoro would
only tend to complicate matters still
PtTTSiiURUii, July 31. Subscriptions to
tho relief fund for the sutTorers by the
luto Hood aro pouring In rapidly. Tbo
total amount subscribed now reaches
about 5:10,000. The total loss of life so far
as known, toots up 133 persons drowned.
The Pennsylvania llallroad company have
tendered tbo sorvices of ono hundred
laborers for duty to-morrow to belp in
clearing away tho ruins. Tho working of
clearing away the debris in Vooghtloy's
meadow and Butcbor's run district will
bo commenced, and there Is evory reason
to suppose that additional bodies may be
recovered. Tbo damago to streets and
sowers In this district will roach fifty
Foil Hale. '-'00 aozeu ono quart truit
cans at $1 por do.on ; half gallon cans at
$1 CO per dozon, all of good tin with
groovod seams, manufactured And for salo
by A. Hftlloy, tylji 'Vhingtqn avenue,
n'oar Tonth.Btroct. 8-7-1 7-1 m
riCEKUMAN's HANK INVESTIOATIOy.
NewTork, July 31. Tho oommla
sionoM InvcKtlgotlnc the affairs of tho
Froedman'a Havings Bank hero, havo ro
ttirnd to Washington, whero they will
i .uo their Investigation. In response
tn tl ir published notlco, a laro number
ol (Uposltors presentoa tlielr bank-book to
iun none io oo auuitoa and balancod.
RlloTWELL DISCIIAROr.I) FROM THE T0UB8.
Uarlotta P. Shotwell, or Airs. General
Roddy as aho claims to be, was discharged
si.. ab y6l,lordy, on her pirola,
and it is said n nollo prosequi will bo
entored on Alonday.
TUB FIRM THAT GOT HP-LIT IN TRriSf!
A C0ri'Ell CORKER.
Air. Holmes, of tho suspended! firm," of
llolmos & Llssborger, says tho firm had
noi onuoavorou to croato a corner In cop
per, as reported, but after thu panic last
fall, thinking that a reaction would tako
placo In tho trade, thoy had mado contracts
lor mo purcnase or copper direct Irom
tbo Lako Superior mines, at price which
would havoglvon thorn agood profit with
uauio muriei. xno DUilnoss or manu
facturing coDDor bad been
uuu uunug iui year, oowovor, and other
..(1 a. .-i . L , . . f
urms in euamass nau roatfo e oris tn In.
juro them, ono going to far as to purchase
irum luein sou men son coppor at a Jowor
price, for tho express purpose of depress
ing the markot. Thuao facts, togethor
with their largo stock on hand, whloh
thoy could only carry by borrowing on
their kwarohouso bills, had caused tholr
embarrassment and susponsion, Uo do
cllned to give any figures or mako a moro
A. UAH rOLICV IIRI.V04 TWO INSURANCE
AOENTS TO TUB UliAIX OAHOS.
A Dublin loiter says that William
Barry and Drs. Aleohan and Bbody, of
Klllmallock and lira If, county Llmorick.
wero found eullty of an attemnt to do-
fraud the New York Ufo Inauranco com
pany. Barry, the company's agent, was
sentenced to imprisonment at hard labor
lor algbleen montbs, and Meohan and
Sbody at hard tabor for twelve montbs
each. Tho indictment upon which tho
prisoners worn tried, charged them with
attempting to defraud the Now York
Lite Insurance company by fraudulently
prspareu applications ana medical reports
purporting to bo all bona lido applications
ana reports tor several gentlemen.
J. COOKE A CO. EXAMINATION OF THE IN
A Philadelphia dispatch says tbo exam
ination of the members of the firm of J.
Cooko ii Co. has not rosuited In any im
portant disclosures. J. Cooko stated that
tho profits of tho firm woro $300,000 in
1871, and tho same in 1872, and that in
1873, up to tho time of tho suspension,
that that tho accumiatlon of profits'
araountod to $1,325,000. Tho firm took
tho Northorn Pacifio bonds at ftil and in
terest making about fi(H. Uo undurstood
the bonds wero now worth 30 in the mar
ket. If aid should bo irrantod bv con
gress tbo bonds would bo abovu par.
lienry v. uooko stated In his examina
tion that the firm nwod the First Na
tional bank at W ashington $000,000, for
which tho bank had. no security oxcept
$100,000 in Not'Aorn Pacific bonds. Tho
individual members of ibo firm woro tho
principal ownors ot thn bank. Ho owed
tho bank personally $15,000 when It sus
pended. Tho account of tho Potomac
Parry Companr. o concern controlled bv
tho firm, was ovordrawn fo,000.
Among mo individual accounts with tho
First National bank, which wero over-
drawn, was that of l S. Grant, to tho
amount of $250,089. The bank was in
debted to tho treasury department $1"6,
000 on account of continuous transactions
running back t 180'.'.
Governor Conkn said ho advised thn In
vestments in Northern Pacific. Atr. Fall-
nestock had, however, expressed doubts to
mm or lue wHdom ot loaning to much
monoy to the road.
UK-ORGANIZATION OF THE IUROPEAN
The European Nows Agencies, tho
Keuter Tolegram Company of London,
and Ilavss, catllto & Co. of Paris, havo
bnen amalgamated undor arrantsomonta
mado between thorn, for a long term of
years, and tno ngoncy ot tlio former com
pany In this lity will horenftor bo known
as tho United States Agency of Router,
Havas, London nnd Paris. Tho business
of tho Koutor Company, which was hi
therto embraced for Ku'ropuan, Asiatic,
African and Australian consumption, tho
nows and commercial uUalrs of the United
Statoe, the Weat Indies Coutral Amorica,
Aloxico and Canada bus, slnco tho com
pletion of thn South American cablo, been
oxtonded to Brazil, the Argeutine Repu
blic, Chili and such other of thu nations
of South America as Aro In telegraphic
communication with tho rest of tho
world. Tho consolidated companies an
nounce that tboy will horeafter deliver
all commercial messages ontruated to their
chargo to all parts of tho world.
Box and Basket
Ol" AM. KINDS, HAUI) AND 80VT,
Keep I'oiibtatitly on baud
Mill ami Yard
Connor illth Street
and Ohio Lovco.
WALL & ENT,
Manufacturer and Dealers tu
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH.
FOpDAK.OAh., Ui'PKUH, ASH, OlM
AND CDTTUN WUUli, rjUll
DKF.SSBU PINK, AhU AND POP
LAB VLOOHIMQ, OKIL.NG AND
JCVTOlUce ntaaw inlltonwnKr br'TwHtU
ly.Heconu sirutii aim uuio sjivm. , i
Z. D. Malum
K. 0. Uh.
MATHU3S & UHL,
FLO UK, GRAIN, II AY AND
W. Stratton. ta
STRATTON & BIRD?
AgonU American Towder Compuny,
r.? oiiio s,icyj:r:. chjiio.
PARKER & AXLEY.
NORTHERN BUTT ER
Corner of 8tU Street and Washington Avtv
Wood Rittonhouse & Brother
GE.YKIUI'. CoXSmsrOlf MEHCttAKT,
183 Ohio Loveo, Cairo.
E. J. ATMs
AYERS & 00.,
IF1 Xj O XT iK,
QENEHAL COMMISSION JIEKOHAKre
Wo. 7fl r,Bvxa,OinnGAnu). Ilml
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Prcnrnnnrnil in rrtr.ror.1 .1, u:...l. r
I i wn ui. hiuua u'ff
Freight fo all point.
lalllll'lllcs attendod to promptly.
U. A. Thorns tj. d. Tnoasa
THOiia & BROTHER, ,.,
Suocesosra to 11. ALIlulen,
COMMISSION MERCH IRISs BR0KSB3
AND DBALXaa I2f
Nlnpln anil Fancy GrsKMUlca,
foreign and, DomeaUa
PETJIT8 .ISTXJ ITtTTa
ISt Commercial Avenue,
PAIKO. . . ILLINOIB.
Aud Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Ao.
33TI will sell in oar load lots at mannfoo-'
turers price, adding freight.
JOHN B. PHILLIS .&.SON.
(Bucccsior to John 11. Phlllls,)
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS,
MEAL, BRAN, io. "
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powder Company..
COB. TKNTH ST. & OHIOI.KVKE,
MILLER & PARKER,
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, JIAY, Ac-
Agents for Fairbanks Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS.
N, II. Thistle wood. V. J. Tulstlewood
THISTLEWOOD &. CO.
Flour, Com, Oat, ITay, &o
So. 78 OHIO LEVKJE,
COFFJJY, HARRISON & CO.,
(Huccessora to D. llurd Jc.Bon.)
VI.OtIII,UBAIM AHO BAT,
No 03 Ohio Levoo, CAlltO, ILLS
CARRIAGE & WAGON
yixllt Street and CoxunercUl ATe
id general rcpami'B. ai-tWtr