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RAILROADS.
time'oakd."
Z, D. Jl tithmi
TC. O. Ob.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAl'iROAD.
t 1ATHU99 & UHL,
bull
IflAlNS MC1VK CAIRO
.Mall at., . 12:15 a.m., Rally.
Kxnroaaa n.m "
Freight a 4:00 n.m.,. .except Hundny
Freight at . .liuv, a.m.,,...
freight at, ... 4.-00 p. in
imitvE atcaiiio
Mall at l'SO a.m., Dally
Express at 'i.-Ob p.m.,.,. .except .Sunday
VrelRlit at 7:M) a.m.,. ...except .Mumlay
Freight at 10:05 p in except Hunday
f reight at 7:W p.m......
1M 'i-K-tf. Jahkh .IoiinboN, Agent
JHK CAIHO AND VINOKNNKS
RAILROAD.
:iia.mji: ny I ii .
JA1RO TO CINCINNATI AM) LOUIS
VILLE.
( On and after June 7th passenger train
win run tiaiiy except suniiay a ioiiows I
uoino koiitii.
Cairo, Icavo .. , . ,.G:V)A.M
Vienna, arrive ,.,.,....7:32 "
llarrlshurg, arrlvo ina) "
Norrla Clty.nrrivo 10:18 "
Jannl, arrive V)it "
:rayllle,arrlo llfli)
lt. Carmcl, arrlvo ,,..12:10 r. M.
Incennt'". arrlti 1:10
' union Depot, arrive.,., 1:2')
leave, 1:40
CltH'nnr.tl. arrlvo B;()0
I-ouiivlllc, arrive HXH
UOINO MOUTH.
Cairo, arrive 10AM1
llarrlburg,iirYvl.''.' 7:02 "
lciina, arrive
Norrlnt'ltv. arrive
Canal, arrive dp)
tJrayville, arrive 4:40 "
Jit Cannel,arr1c. AMI "
incennc. leavo stun
" Union Depot, Icaj e B-.I5
" " arrlvo 2:no
'Inclnnatl, tcavo UYiOa.m.
Louljllllc, Icavo
CONNKCTIONS.
At Carml with St. I,iul ami Koutlicati'tti
trains tuand lroiiiKvalia illu anil jkiIIiIm vtcil;
Leatlng Cairo tiMA.it,
Arriving In L'raiistlllc' :i:l.'i i. m.
Leaving " 1SVi "
Arriving In Cairo loA'i "
At Vlnccnnos with Olilo ami Mississippi
railway for Clnciunatl ami Ixinlivllle, and
all pointa cant and wctt;)wlth Indianap
olis and Vlncotinc railway lor
Indianapolis and all point north,
last and wrt; with Kvanavlllo ami Craw
lordivlllc railway for Kanvlll,Terrallauti!,
Danville, Chicago and all points north, can
and wert.
At Norrla rity with the Springllelit
ami IllrioU Moutheantern railway lor Shaw,
lisetown and lprlngllcld, III., ami nolnU
north.
At Cairo with the Mll!pjl Central,
and Untitle and Ohio, for all itolntu south;
wlth('alro,Arkanai and Tcxas,for all point
In Arkama andTexai.
MOUND CITT ACCOUUOIUTIOl.
Leavei Cairo 1250 p.m.
" JloundClty l;20
31. II. (iooi)iaci). Oen'l Tlrkct Atf't.
TIME TABLE;
8T. I.0DIS IR0X MOUJiTAlN
AM) SOUTHERN RAILROAD.
Omnlbuees arrlvo aland depart from the
efll re corner eleventh street and Commer
cial Avenue a lollows
Texan Express leaves 1:00 a.m. Arrives
2:30 a. in,
Chirlcrton Accommodation leaves 10:SO
a.m. Arrive 0M t. m.
ColumbtK Accomodation leaves 4:00 p. m.
Arrive 1:30 p. m.
rtvKNTV-rofii iioutis less than nv any
OTIIKK ItOlTE.
Tuno from Cairo to Little Hock labours.
To Tcxarcana 22 houra.
To JeU"cron. Txa, 24 hours.
To ilarf hall 20 hours.
To iihreveport, LouUlana, lit liottrk.
To Dallai, 'lxa, :M lioura.
1 o llearne, Texaf, :m liourn.
To Houston, Trxai, II hourii.
To (ialvekton, 'I wxat II hoiirn.
I). A xt km.. Chief Engineer.
C. W. HUQl'KMliociio, Atjcnt, Cairo.
3&-,V)-tr.
H H
J WHOLiSALE J
Cor. Washington Av.
A - A
srn bt.
)AI,
THE
CAIRO
CITY
c
1
0
;A
!L
COMPANY
are prepared to supply cuntoinem
with thu oust
PITTSBURG
AND
ILLINOIS
COAL
I.KAVK OUIIKltS AT I
artrllallldiiy llro.'h oilliHt. No. 70
Ohio Lucr: j
jSriliiiiidayJiro.'ii wiuiriuoa ,
CSTAt EpyptlMi Mills or
tSTAt tho coiil dump, foot oil
Thtrty-tlgUHi btrctt.
WAGON MANUFACTORY
CAIRO LLINOIS.
J. I', oamiili:
airlrxaw,
VOL. 0.
PLANTER'S
50 Ohio Lcvcc
EDMUND HTJEFISTER, Proprietor- -
Tlio Planter's IIouj'C in located on Ohio Loxco Street in
CLOSE PJIOXTM ITY
POTS AjStD STEAMBOT LANDINGS
And in tho Center of the Uushics Portion of llic City. 'J'lio II nunc in new
and cotnpletu in all Ha niipointincut
being elegantly furnUhod and carpeted
mont and the best of accommodation..
Transient Guests 2 per Day.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
LARGE IMl
Oirercd
GREAT REDUCTION EST PRICES
RV
Cor., Qxh St. and
DOilESTIOS,
PRINTS,
GIXG1LAMS,
LARGE STOCK OP DRESS GOODS
LAWNS, SUITINGS,
JAPANESE SILKS,
A LP AG AS,
LARGE STOCK OF WHITE GOODS, Victoria Lawns,
Swiss, Mamillcs and a -Large
Stock will be sold at Actual
closed out.
Call and bo convinced of Great Hai-gams.
TERMS, STRIGTLiY GASH.
7 (30 7-S-tf.
HENRY'S
TI10
Most I'owerfiil Hpnllnt;
l'.ver lllscou'red.
A'-'ont
The womlcrfnl relerltywlth tpIiIcIi thl
comhlnatlon of c.uinnoLio acid with
OTHKIt MJOTIIINO AND CUIUTIVi: KMOI-
KNTrt
Rtnls tho Most Virulent Sores ami
Ulcers
n omethliiK akin to the marvoloui.
It iii with nrlde that thu l'roprletor call
attention to the sratlfjins (act that
HYSICIANS ttiVB IT THK HIGHEST
MEAD UF PJIAISK.
tid ii'o It and prsncrllie It In their practice
Points to be Bornein Mind :
OAHIIOLIO SALVK positively cures the
worst tore.
CAllliOI.IC SALVK In-tantly allays tho
puin of liurii".
CAltllOLlCSALYi: curcj nil cutaneous
eruptions.
.kiiul,iu aAiiViircinovcBpimpicsuim
loti:he.
CAllliOI.IC SALVK will euro cuts and
irule.
CAltllOLIC SALVK ranks nt thu head of
till .Salic. Olnt ui iiN or other ileclinK Coin-
lllUlllIti, Bill HAS AClllKVHIl A OIIKATKK
IIKI'lUATION AND IIAI A I.AHOKlt 6 AW.
than any other MmlUr preparation of
;iuiteiiiporaueoUd Invention.
nniu every wen1, i rico -.1 ceiun.
JONII V. 1IKNHY, (JURUAN .VCO.,
l'rop'o., S uiul II Co hi ncl'lacc, N. V.
N7wtt
uoat HTonr.n
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GK00EU,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer In
BOAT STORESS
No. 70 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS
CJT.Speclal attontion given to
menu and lltltiuc orders.
COtlhlKn-
11-Uti
SAM WILSON,
DI'.AI.UU IN
BOAT STORES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc,
TOTo. XXO Olxio Xjovoo
CAIRO ILLS.
I lllillll il u,
axrxiX.isrvxy-r rEnTixiDiitra -
CALRO, ILLINOIS. TUUKSDAY. AUGUST (J. 1874.
.
. m aim., iiais
TO RAILROAD DE
Tlic roomf, arc. larpo and niry, bciden
Ouei'ta will receive eourtcouK treat-
Day Hoarders $20 per Month.
and Boats Day and Night.
271 3-l!7-3tii.
III II
for Sale at
3
Commercial Ave.
HOUSE
i
SHEETINGS,
BLEACHED MUSLIMS
0RET0NES,
PERCALES.
SILK L'UJ'LLNS,
GRENADINES.
Stock of Ribbons. This entire
Cost, and continue until It is
Bristol & Stilwell
Family Grocers,
Koop uvery thin;,' jortaininh' to tho
lino of .Staplo ami Fancy Groceries,
Voodenwarc, Vogotabloi", Fruits, &c,
rf 1.
i
i .m,
'I ho (icrmnnStiiiloiit Lniup, Tho
HiiuilsonicMjiKSi Coal Oil Lamp noiv
In use. It t'oiisuiiics 1111 lo oil ami
1'niiliitTS a hrluht dear light fur pro
foruhlo to uns, to sow or read by,
for iIiiph not Injnro llio lives. Call
ami tec It.
No 32 EIGHTH St.
pAino, ixjXi.
, cob. la-rn earn 32 sua-
TELEGRAPHI6.!
BEECHER,
Tilton Excoriates tho Com'
raitteo and Bids it
Farowoll.
NOTHING OF SPECIAL
PORTANCE.
M-
11EV. tlK. KTOKns A rCIl TO
Til K COMHtTTEK.
II kw Yoisk, Aug.'!.- At ft meeting of
tho l'lymoutti church lavctlf;atlng coin
tnlttvi?, Uit evening, a letter waa pre
outiJ from tlio Itsv. Dr. BtorM, In wbleh
tia itatsd that Lo had no tHnonal knowl
edge of tho matters vhicb oatno beforo
tho committee ; that ho had toon tin
f tatcrnent lino-J by Xrt, Tilton nnd re
ferred to In Mr. Carpsntor'i datemcnt,
and In AIr. Tilton'n tutimony of Friday
evening, which coitaltiod tli gravo
ohargo oxpreied in thau words : "On
a certnln occailon Mr. Jltcher (ollclted
mo ! loeomo a wlfn to him. with all that
ia Implied In tbil relation. Thl proponl
tion 1 communicated to my huebaiifl."
Mr. Storrs cxpreiied tbu opinion that It
would not bo necenary for him to ap
poar boforo the commUtee.
CORRSl'O.VDKNrr. l.ETWKKN TIIS COM1IIT
TSE ASD TII.TOV.
Nr.w Yobk, Aucuit 4. Tho Uroolclyn
Arirui myj thu tulowing tnturcbango vl
loiters took phco yeilertlay between Mr.
Sago, ohainnun of the Dechnr invcitlga
tin'i; committee, and Theodoro Tilton :
IlnookLY.N, .July, 31. Tboolaro Tilton,
IU. Uar Sir : I am innt'ucted by the
co mm it too to sir. to that tho latten and
document! raferred to in your tatmctit
prfentd to ui tavo not taon dnllvcrad,
notwltbitanding your leveral promiits to
furnlih them. Ai your itatemant, In the
abienco of thin document!, li deprived of
it greatest forc, we thiak you should dn
lira to place thtn In our pmioHlon, and I
deiiro toimpreti on you the Importance of
delivering tbm to ua at your earliest con
venience. Very truly youn,
II. "W. Saos, Chairman.
TXLTnS'B P.BfLY.
174 IilVISIJiiTONl: Stukkt, RltOOKLY.V,
August 3, 1 ".-Mr. Henry AV. Sage,
chairman oommitteu: My Dear Sir 1
havejuit rocvlrad your note of July ill at,
four days hfter dato. Unlets you nccl
doatnlly miMated it, tho communication
sould have come to me tovertl days ago.
This leads mo to recall timiUr dilaturi
mi of delivury of your orislnal noU,
tint summoning mo to your committees
which I receivod only four houra beforo
I was to appear, and yet the summons
bora tho dt of tbu iuv prevloua. Rut
let theso trifles pars. Your notajjst re
ceived nurpriies mo by lis contents, for
you moin lo hYu forgotten that on tho
last dy of tny nppcamnca beforo your
commlueo Icarriad to your mooting not
only nil tho documents which I quoted in
mysworn statement, tavo thine In iloul
tua's poiiirfil in, but many moro beidef,
making a double handful of interesting
and important papers vital to my caio and
destructive to our. All lUeio papers I
,.r...j i w t.rv.. juii, out no uuuu.
had I bgun lo road them aloud in yuur
presencu than ono of your attorneys
stopped tat in the reading, and proposed
that I should ravo tho committer's timo
by roforrint: theso papers to ono of your
members Mr. John Winslovr. I acqui
tted in tbi snggostion nnd retired from
your committer with tho exception uf n
speedy conferenco with Mr. Winnow
1'crhaps it was my proper duty to havo
called on Mr. Wins low, but as tbo wbolo
committee had prnviousiy set the example
of calling in a body on ono o'f tbo other.
I'AKTIBS "O THIS CO.NTUOVEUSY,
I too it for grants! lhat Mr. Wtnslow
would repeat this procodont by doing mo
tbo honor lo call tit my house, tit which ho
tould havo bon u wulootna guoit. But
while vaulting tor his coming 1 was called
upon insickU by a policeman, who arretted
mo and carried we, n thirty mlnutos' not
ice, before .luetico lliloy's 1'olico Court,
to answer tbu chargo uf libelling Kuv.
Henry Wnra Jloeehur, airninst whom I
bad spoken not a libel, but tbo truth. Up
to tho time of this arrest I had employed
no lawyor, not needing any, but on tlnd-
ini: mynll ten ro a t'ollco Court, anil not
understanding the motive of n.y arrest,
nnr tho methods of courts, I requested my
friend, .Itnlgo U. u. .Morris to answer f.ir
me in a technical pricdo lini', iu which I
knev not bow to answer prouoity for my
self. Twieo already 1 havo boon etorn
this unexpected tribunal, and may bo cal
led boforo it a third limn on "Wednesday
next. Mcanwhllo my counsM, to whom I
havo just fihown your noto, Instructs mo to
lay nodocurncnW, papers or remaining tes
timony lioioro your commutes, nor u noia
any further communication with you in
any form, except to fend you this prosont
ami final letter, containing tho reasons for
tlih step. Theso roi.boiu i.ru tho follow
ing : ,
1. i ou aro n commitieo ot
mu, iikkciiku'h I'llIl-NUS,
appolntod hy himsrll, oxpectod to act In
ni IJOIliui, nssisteu i'y m.riiuo oi.i-
ployad Joxoluilvely for his vindication,
holding sjcrut tsoni inaccessiblo to tho
public, having no jiower to compell wit
iiessoi, giving no oppoi '.unity for tho oppo
situ sidu to cros.'txamlno tuch V7ltneiss,
publishing or suppretsliig tboir
tostlmcny as you seo lit and bo far i my
own oxporlonco goes, aiklng mo no ques
tions save such as wero irrelevant to tho
ca'ft, and omitting to publish in your im
ported ana unjust ropor; ot my test!
tnony all lhat was most pertinent to roy
own sldo of tbo controversy.
2. Tho dally papers of llroohlyn and
New York havo boon ortlully ted il.iy by
day with crumbs oT fictitious ovhlenco
against my own clinrnctor, iib if not Mr
llecchcr, but 1 nlono wero thu man on
trial; and though I havo lltllo right
perhaps to hold your rommltteo responsi
ble for tho dally misrepresentations, which
may come through mallco of others, yet
tho result is the same to mo a If you luul
dollborately designed it, nod that result is
this, namoly t I expect no u6tica nltlier
from your tribunal sinco you cannot com
pel witnesses to tojiuy, nor irom your
roportors, sinco thoy do not glvo Impar
tial report).
f3. 1 cannot resist the convnntlon.though
I moan no nll'ansn In exprenslng it, that
your commltteo has come nt last to bo a
litllo satisfactory to tbo public as to my.
solf, and that your verdict If you ronder
onu could not poslhly ho blued tin tbn
full fitn, sinco you havo no p?wr to
compel wltnosi'es, nor to vorify thulr tcs.
a-Xtxj WTv.sHxosra-i'o
iimony uy otto, nor to nil it ny cross-ax-
nuiinniivii. I'or invio reasons, wnicn
ought to havo ii.nvod mo oarllnr, 1 have
At least instructed mv aounsel to nriroirl
! nt onco, at bis dlsoromation. tu
carry my case from your juriadlcllon lo
a court of law, and In view of this In
struction from me has in turn Imtructod
m ' to hold no furthsr communication
w i .h your oommltto except this praiont
loit-r of courtesy, In which I havo tho
h.mor to bid you farowoll, in doing which
nllow mo to add that the rtspoct Which I
am unablo to entertain for your commit
tee, as a tribuna', I cannot halp express
ing far you oach and nil at Indi
vidual". Truly, yours, Tiikopokk Tiltok.
ItOUl.ToM HEADY TO TXSTtrT.
1'rnnk Moutton arrived In Rrooklyn
this morning. Ho said that an invitation
has bean lint to him to appear boforo tl.o
Investigating comtnitto. 11 o declared that
ho was ready and willing to go beforo
tbo commitieo If both parties requestod
it. Ho said that ho had not received a
letter from Mr, lleecher asking him to go
neroro tno commiiue nnd losttry. Ioul
ton said with great sincerity that
ho still adhered to tho opinion
oxpressod to tho commttto, that
tbo matter should havo been compro
mlsod Its rcgrotted lhat.tlio investiga
tion had been commenced. Iio said tbe
cornmttteo was an tr jmrte afTair, and
never should havo acted otcept with a
view to effect a compromise, ''hut," con
tinued Mr. Moulton, "it happens that I
at hero In time to testify if my evidence
shall Y4 requested in writing by both
Roocber and Tilton. Ho expressed regret
at thq present situation, and said, "The af
fair has now reached such a pus that all
tho facts must coma out,"
HEATH OX THE RIVER.
Riiriiinir of the Steamer
Tut Rogers.
NUMBER OF
LOST.
LIVES
Partial Particulars.
Cincinnati, Aug. C Tho operator at
Aurora, led., reports tho stoamcr l'at
Rogers burned this morning ono mile be
low Aurora. About 20 livos lost, princi
pally ladles.
Cincinnati, Aug. C Particulars of
tbo diiastor to tbo Steamer l'at. Rogers,
noar Aurora, are coming In slowly.
About i o'clock this morning several
bales of catton, which formed a part of
tbo cargo, caught lire, it is supposed from
spark lrom th cbimnlo", and was burned
to tho water's edgo. Roat and cargo, con
sisting rf cattle, shscp and bogs, a total
loss. Tbo passenger register and all
books lost. AVas valued at iCO.000 ; In
sured In Cincinnati for $3'.',C00, Louis
ville, $5,000. Value of cargo not ascor
tainod. Thu names of tho lost, as far as known
are i
J It Stuart and Mrs Smith of Madison,
Indiana.
"W O Rrown of Cincinnati, son of II W
Drown of tbo Union Line Transportation
company.
Ctarlus Dittuian, pilot, and Sbirloy
Siijum ..i j "oh Lalgbt of tho crow.
Later I'.'-.jo p. m.- ti,h following
named persons are missing and supr,.ud
to be drowned :
Charles Reese, engineer and stoker.
Miaou Muntz, barber, and eoveral lady
paisungers, names unknown.
Mrs Tuttlo and child, Harrison, O.,
drowned.
Tliosa known lo bashvod aro
I) S Jonea und W Hall, of Rising Sun,
Ind.
Henry t'auit mid M Whito, C U l'Jato.
(iuo C ilucbanau, Miss L I) Williams, of
Loulsvillo.
Mrs Kastman and Mrs Sturgls, of Han
over, Ind.
A it Pcrlne, of Kasbvlllu.
Still Lathi. 2 I' M Mr Uolmcf,
tbo engineer of the Steamer l'at Rogers,
uurnod at Aurora this morning, arrived at
Cinclnnatti on tho noon train, utd wasin
terrlowud by u Times reporter and In
gavo tba following account of tbe burn
ing :
It was Just about 0 o'clock wheu Just
opposito Loughberry crook, that llowa
Into tho Ohi rivnr - miles bolow Aurora,
that I notirud a bright light amoiig sotim
bales a cotton ia tho at'tur part of thu
bant, and boatenod to the spot una found
thu cotton to bo burning rapidly nnd be
yond any possibility of Immediately extln
..nnhiiiL' it. I hastenod to lha hurricano
deck nud gavo tho alarm to tho pilot that
tho boat was burning and told him to
run into shoro. Tho pilot at once turnod
tho boat to 6horo, and sho Immediately
became unmanagoablo. The pilot says
bo could turn tlio wheel, but tbo boat
vvouU not answer to hnr hulm. From tbls
ho thought tbo tillor ropo had boon cut.
It it thought tbo lire was the work or an
IncindUry. Another theory is that ono of
tho deck passenirorH, wuno imor.ing,
dropped a spark from his plpo into tho
cotton. "When the boat bocamo unman
ageable, Bho drifted onto a sandbar and
grounded. Tho tlames, Instead of spread
Ing along tho lower deck nt onoo, shot
up to tho cabin aud pilot house, and
thenco swopt across tho hurricano deck.
Tho paisengora wero nil aroused and tho
boats lowered, aud many woru carried to
tho shore, but others, In their fright,
jumppol into tho water, and thoio who
wero not drowned loached a safe landing
placo, after drifting a long timo with tho
current. Thero wero nearly lOOpooplo
on board, but what proportion of this
number wero actually lost Is not known
at this timo, ns many rcportod musing
havo born soon by somo on shoro aflor
tbo ditastcr.
NKW YORK STOjttlC,
WHOLESALK AND 1USTAIL.
I,A.H3KT VAMTr TO0I IS THH CITY
GOODS BOLD VERY UL08II.
Oiinwrof BtneSKCUltt MSwSinl tWiw
lUDSTlui AVfUiia
OAT HO. ILLINOIS
O. O. JL'ATIKi;
ttlljLLAtfK. SMITH, M. D.
Rl'SlRKKOB No. 21, Tlilrtoonm atrcnt
iptwion Washluuton iiTouno "ml Wulmt
ttroflt Ollleft-rXqoinim.rclul Javcmlo, up
I r...
avjukue
NO. J9.3
MKAX SUITATR MUOI,
J. Q. HARMAN &. CO.
Bbal Esta te
AND ,
HOUSE AGENT,
COLLKOTOHS,
COVEYANUKKS,;
NOTARIKSl'UnLICS
And Land AgcnH ol the Illinois Central anil
llurllngtou and Missouri It. It. Co-.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lovco,
CAIRO. ILLS.
C. WINSTON & CO.
Ileal Estate Agents,
AUCTIONEERS,
74 Ohio Levee, (Second Floor,)
CAIRO, ILL.
lluy and Sell IlKAL KsTATK, l'ay TAXIS
IlKAL VaTl
l.ll.tt A1.aflu
ETI-auil Commlasloncr.
IIAHKN
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
OK CAIRO
11. VT. MILLKli, l'reidilnnt,
.1. M. I'lllLLII'S. Vlco I'riildent,
CIIAS. CUNN1NOH.VM, Cashier
COLLECTIONS PROMl'TLV MADE
KXCIIANUK. coin, bank notps i iilITnlte.I
aiaivs secuntlca nought and sold.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
THE CITY NATIONAL
BANK.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL,
8100,000
W. 1 1IALL1DAY. 1'rf.idrnt; -iii;tiiis-
i tiAkt.iUAY, -s'leu rrcstdest.
A. . SAFKOltl), CaMiltn
WALTKR II VSLOl", A.Mant Ca-hier.
DliiKCTona.
STAATS TAYMB, It. II. CUNNlNOrjAJ!
11. I.. HAM.IIIAY, IV. 1'. IIALI.IIIAY.
O. 1). YVlIXIAM.-ON, .STK1'1I1:N lllllll,
A. 11. SAFl'Or.D.
RxdtaiiKe, Coin nnd Uultrit'. States
llunils Rought nnd Sold.
DKt'OSITS ri'celvcil;niul a general banking
btislnos Uoni".
UNTKIIWUSK SAVINUS HANK.
CJIARTL'RKIi MARCH 111, lSli!.
CITY NATIONAL RANK, CAIRO.
officios :
A. II. SAKKOItl), rroldcnt;
h. S. TAYLOll, Vlru-l'n-Kiilent i
II. UVSLOl', Secretary autt Treasurer,
imixcTJiis :
1'. M. II Alter. ay, Ciias. (lAr.inmn:,
l' .M. SlUCKHLUTII, l'AL'I. (l.SCIIUII,
It. 11. Cunningham. II. L. IIallid.i y,
J. M. l'HILLU'd.
INTKItKsT paid ou depoIUat tho rato
nl kIx per cent. nv anuuiii, .Murcli Utfind
scpti'inber Ut. Interest not wltliilratvn U
udilcd immediately to tho principal of the
deposits thereby giving tbcm compound
llllUl'L'st.
MAl'.HIKU WOMEN AND CIIILTJHEN MAY
llKI'OSIT MONEY AND NO ONK ELBE
CAN IIIIAW IT.
Open every hnilnci day from 0 a. m. l 3
p. in., nml Sate. day uvriilniri for having do
i i Or I is onlv, lrom (l tu S oYlock.
W. HViLOl'. Treasurer.
FITS CUHED TREE.
Any pcr.on fiiil'erlng lrom tho abovo ill-
ense H ruiuesirii to anurias i.n. i uiur:, ami
a trial bnttlu nl mcdlciiiu will bo forwunli'il
by HxpreM, KUKKI
Dr. rrito Inn lexulnr phjIcliiu, und hat
madu thu treatment ol
FITS OR El'IIiEl'SV
u study for years, nnd ho will warrant a
cure, ny mo umi oi inn romciiy,
lo not full to siciul to liliu lor trial bottle;
It costs nothing, and ho
witii i'tini: you,
no matter of lmv long btandlng your cao
may ho, or how many othei reiaoilie. may
bao failed. , ,
ClrcuUra and U'ttlinonhils sent with
KltKK TRIAL 1IOTTLK.
Aililresi
RR. CIIAS. T. I'RICi:.
07 William Street, New York,
U.S-.23.d&vly
A man Intending to do Mislnesn must Drst
prcpuro hliuell to meet tho requirements
of bin ciuloinerii ; next ho must let overy
iiosslblo or protmblo customer know that ho
In to prepared. In a very umall plnco he
may tki.l all tho people what lio can do. In
u largo vlllagoa printed handbill, ttoitar or
circular, properly distributed, will no eillca-
ClOUS, but WllOIIVKU Iri IN A 1'I.ACli LAltdll
uNOUtiiiTO 8111'i'onr a mtwsr.ti'KK wim.
1'INHTIIAT ITIrt Till! OIIKAI'I'.ST MKMI'M
mnoiiiii vutciiTO AUimi;s iiiK j-tiiuc,
onvardlug&Ocnral
Corns lission Merchanti,
Dealers In
l'LOU. H, GRAIN, HAY AND
WL S1KRN PRODUCE.
Ohio Lev fEE, . Qaiko,
W. Stratton.
ra
STR! TTON & BIRO'
WHOLEl'ALE aROGZRS
ommiss ion Merchants,
Agonta Amcri can Powder Compiay,
tsr oirio j '.sytx, camp.
PARKEF I & AXLEY.
GRt OCERS
Ami (Icncral
Commission Merchants.
NORTHER W BUTT ER
A. Hv clalty.
Corner of 8th Street t nvl VTanhlngton Ate
Wood Eittonliouso & Brotker
JFTjOlOrjEb,
QE.VKItAL C'OJf MISSION MtnCttAMT,
133 Ohio Icycc, Cairo.
U . AYBM5. E. J. JL.TU
AYEBS & Cen
A2rr
QENEIi &L COMMISSION MEROHAHTS
No. 7fl Laram.Oi(ioCUimo, Ills.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
KORWARDlNQ
Commission Merchant
WltAIlEAOAT PBOPHIBTOn.
Preprcpared to forward all kinds of
Freight to all points.
tSTHnalncM attended to promptly.
H. A. T&onu l. n. TkosH
THOMB k BROTHBB,
auccesosrs to II. JLHulsa,
COMMISSIONMERCHANIS, BROOHS
AND SKALMRS Df
sttapl and Fsusar OrmsarlM,
foreign and DoneiUe
E'3S.Tjxrj?e -ft.2jrx asr-o-xo
131 Commercial Avenue,
CAIRO, . IBLINOIB.
C. CLOSE,
GEREI1AL
Commission Merchant
And Dealer In
Lime, Cemont, Plastor, Hair, &c.
OHIO LEVEE.
Ej7I will sell In carload lots at tnannfao
turcin prices, adding freight.
JOHN B. PHILLIS &SON.
(Successor to John R. Ihllh,)
General Commission
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS,
Dealers In
HAY, CORN,
OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, Ac,
Agents for Liflin & Rani Powder Compinj.
COR. TENTH ST..t OIUO LEVEE.
CAIRO, ILLS.
MILLER Sl PARKER,
Greneral Commission
AND
FORWARDING MERCH S.
Dcalera in
KJiOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, io:
Agents for Fair bank's Scale.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS.
N. II, Thlstlcwood. V. J. ThlsUewood
THISTLEWOOD&CO.
QENERAIi
Commisssion Merchants,
Dialers In
Flour, Corn, Oats, Hay, &o
No. 78 OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS
COFFEY, HARIUSOM & COM
(SuocoratoD. Hurd;;BOB,)
s'oia-WA.iaiJiaa-O'
AMD
Commission Morclumtsi,
viiOUB.aiiAia a wr.
Mo 63 Ohio Levoa, CAIBO, ILLS.
WOOLCTT'S PAIN PAIlT
Curoa all kinds ot palna. VorMla by
HAHCLAY BKO8.
finnanlTmetz
Solo agents lor Atoxaodcr, l'uliskl, Unlosi
ml Masso counties. W-o-ll-Jm

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