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KANiROAWS.
LL1NOIS UKNTIUL ltAt'iKOAD
TKAIKStKlVE CAIIIO
tlal) at 12ia.m., Ually.
Express S30 I'.m "
rrolKUtn 40 a.m.,...c:ceopt Sunday
Krclshtnt lltM a.m......
Krelghtat s:0U p.m " "
Atuiivr. AT CAIItO
MalUt I'M a.m., .Daily
Exntcn ut 'ii p.m.,....oxecpt Hunday
Krclchtat ....7:60 s.w except Xomlay
freight at ltl:00 p.iii.r....excopt Sunday
Krehjht at mM p.m.,i... ' "
Ifo 'MMf. .Iamkh .rouwioM, Agent.
IHK CAIRO AND .VINCKNNKS
RAILROAD.
;n.v.-su. r i mi:.
JAlltO TO CINcTn'na 1 1 AND LOUIS
VI ll,l..
! On unci after Junu "th paiscnf(er train
A-ill run il illy except (Sundays ai follows
UOIKO' MOUTH.
Cairo, leave 6:Mi.M.
Vienna, iirrlre .731 "
llnrrinliiirj-, arrHe 9:20 "
Non-id City, anirc 10:18 "
annl, arrUo 10M "
cra)tllli. arrive 1-M "
Ml. ( armel.arrivu 12:10 I. M.
Vlnrenm-, arrlw 1:10 "
' lnlon Depot, arrho.... 1 ..0 "
' leave 1:10 '
Citie'nnati. arrive MM
Lmuitllle, arrive. .' 80 ''
(10I.NU HOUTII.
Calro.arrivc ...1035 P.M.
Vlenr3,arnvo ?:'
ll".rrishtirj,arflve 'J; "
NorrU City; arrive '
Carinl. arrhi; 'f '
llrayUlk, arrive
Ml Ourniel, arrho &
incenni , leave -:
" L'nlon Depot, leave ':J. "
" arrive. ... '1-M "
liloelnnatl, teatc a.m.
UubvWc, leave "
' C'O.VjitCTIOJiS.
At ( annl with St. I.ml ami Southeastern
tralin to ami IroinHvamWH" anil poliit wcM;
l.tfttlnx O.ilro bA.M,
Anlvlu In Kvaiuvlllc.. 3:15 P. M.
1-euvlnjT IS) '
Arrivlns In Cairo 1055
AtVlnctnncs with Ohio am MIMilppI
railway for Claclnimti ami Louisville, ami
all point can and we-t;;ullh Indlaliap'
oil and Vlncennes railway lor
Indlsnapolls ami all point north,
tat anil rrf, with Krannvtllo and Craw
lordrvllle railway for Kvarmille.Terrn Haute,
Danville, Chicago and all point" north, at
and wen.
At Norrls City with the .prlD;rnlil
anil Jlllvil' Southeastern railway for Miaw
liectown and ISprlngOeM, III., ami polnl
north. At Cairo with the JliMl"tppl Central,
and Mobile ami Ohio, for all iKlnt touth;
with('alro,Arkania ami Texa,for all point.
InArlaniK andTexa.
MOUND OITT ACCOMMODATION.
Leave Cairo 12:1 p.m.
" Mound City l:iW "
M. 11. (iiK)HIIICII, Oen'lTlrlet Ac't.
TIME TABLE;
8T. LOUIS IR0X MOOMWIS
AND SOUTHERN RAILROAD.
Omnlhtifct arrive at and depart from the
attire eonier Seventh stn-el aud Commer
cial Avenue a tallow
Tciai Kaprcss teavei 1.-O0 a.m. Arnve
2O0 a. in.
Charleston Accommodation leave 10.30
a.m. Arrive OM a. m.
Columbtih Aecnmodnllon leave 4:00 p. in.
Arrive -X p. m.
TWK.NTV-rOflt HOflt.H IXM THAN 11V ANY
UIIIKK ltot'TK.
Time from C'nlro to Little Itwk 13 hour.
To Texarenna 22 hour.
To .IriTcr-on, Texan, 2ft hour.
To Marshall 20 hour.
To Slmtevort, l.oultana, 20 hours
To milt, I exat.-wj nuuil.
To lfearne, Texa, 3rt hour.
To lloanton, Texat, 4 1 hour.
To (iahc.ton, Tca 44 houn .
D. AXTKI.L, Chief Kni'lnecr.
( . W. Hr.nlKMlioL'iiii, Axcnf, Cairo.
ao-,v.tr.
!a I'rtion cnu lake llirr llillrrirjri
Ihk to ilirc tlun, ami remain tons unntll, ito
t.il tliclr lioite arc not ilculrnjcil .j iniNrni
iHilwtn ornttjcr Ineam, auj U1 oiijiu tiaitcu
Lr.nnil jkjIuI of rciuir.
ll)iprialn or 1 ml I sr.l Ion, HMitaclir TilT)
lnllicftlioulUerii.ee 'Cti. Tl' m- of the liir.
imzliin. Hour Krucutlont o( the Moniaeh luul
lame In His Xcutli, Ptllaiis Attack, Palpiutlia-;
cl ii.c Heart. IniUmmMiin of tic l.nnci I'ulu In
tli rfti'jnof Die Kl.hi) nnU almnilrcil oilier
palolul iijrinpliimi. ara tlie. oirprlr.Ri or Ikp
iu (ma bottle lll prove n twtlrr cnarautio o(
ti merit tnan a IrtiRtliy ailrrrllenictit.
I'ar VcHti.l Catuplnlula, la jociir or nlil,
nurrlnt or lnjie, al the ilan of womanhood, or
Hi turn nfllfe, llicio Tonic Hitter ill'pl.iy koiIc
rkleil u luOucnco that Improvcnicnl Is mou per
itipttlil. 1'or Innnnininlsrr nml Chronic Itliru
l.ixi.inunU Omit, llllluu, lUMiiltlcht mi' I Inter
luUlfDt ft cr. lilJfafc.of llloo-l, Liter KM
1145 aou llltililcr, tl.tvo cuter have no cimiu!.
Nik-Ii liliwi ore cam cl bvMllateil llloml
'I'lirr 11 rr 11 ueiiilo I'urunllir n i II m
11 Tonic, posit'tlni the merit of nctlnn t a
icrful ugeut In riilcwnp Concninn or III
rumination of the Uter and VUccmI ()rcan,mi.l
in iiiiioik inear,
I'ur NUin II. iii'. Drnplion. Teller. Salt
Ithi 11111, Hiotclii'i, tKitn, I'lmplm: I'utluli H01U.
1 ali,ulKlcH, Mnr-nnrin, rV-uVI llrail, Nile Kirs.
Kii,lKlJt. Itch, .sciirH, Hlwiiioralioinof uioiin.
Ilinnor ami lleuc of (he Ski 11 01 n hair 11 r iuiiiu
or ualurc, are lllcrally ilnv up mnl curni-il out n(
I lie Hjntem in a bi.otl 111110 oj nig u-c o inriu
iniu-r.
Urim-fiil TliuiiaiiiiiU prorljlin Vim n tit
iiitik iho iiiotwoml. rfiil Innx'ir.uit that ettr
rumai lien ina H11MI11: .r.ii'ni
It. l..llrllO.AI.I .V CO.
IinupUn ami lien. Airir., Man I'i.iim'Ivo. Cul., &
(or 01 iiuaniuiiiiiii uii'i i.iiaiiu'ii ni., 1.
MII.I) 11V AM. DltL'UtllMTM .V UKAI.KIIS.
HITTCITKIUi
JACOB WALTER,
BTCTTCHER
Aiul Dealer III
?5 FRESH MEATS,
Kioiitii Stbkit, jikt. YASHINGTON AHX)
CoMiiKitciAL,AY.H(lJomlni: Uanny e.
Keen tlio best of llccl. 1'orV. Mutton voal
l.amli, Hausago, etc., ami U iiroparctl to
aerru raiauie in a ucceouuiu muimer.
A M4X liliendltiK to tin IjukIiickk mutt llrxt
prcnure liliniclt to meet, mo requirement
of till ctiitomer : next he lniikt let everv
jioislblo or probalile customer know that hu
1 go prepared. In a vury auull placo lie
ma v tell all the neoulo wli&t hu can ilu. in
u larKC vllliine a jinutetl hundblll, pokter or
circular, properly illtiibuteil, will tie cilicu
cloun, but WUOBVElt IH IN X 1'I.ACi: LAIIOB
.KNOUfillTO 8UPPOUT A NKWHPAl'Kh Wll.l.
riUt TUAT IT 18 THIS CHKAI'ESl' MKIllUM
TUUOIGU WUICU TO ADWIKBI THE i'UDLIO
git mm g ittiieiim
giaajyBMaaBBtaMWWaWaWMWMi - - " iinani mmmmmtamrniwammmmmmmm
OFriOB,
VOL. G.
PLANTER'S H0USE.;?PW
50 Ohio Icvcc -
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
Tho l'lnntor'u House in located on Ohio Levco Street in
01
jOSE proximity
POTS AlSrD STEAIBOT LANDINGS
Aud in tlio Center of tlio Uusincsii Portion of tho City. Tho Houfo is new
and complete in all Hh appointments. The rooinn, ate Inrtrc and airy, besides
i , .1.. r f t 1 l l n ,,i . . . . .
Lcini elegantly furnixLud and carpeted.
in cut and the best of accommodation".
Transient Guests $2 per Day.
A
Trusty Watch for Trains
LARGE STOCK
OfTered
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
nv
o K:-A.srNr"Y:3
Gor., 8th St. and
DOMESTICS,
PRTSTiS,
GIXOJLAMS,
LAEGE STOCK OF DEESS GOODS
LAWKS, STTlTlNao,
J Al AiNjSSJtj SILKS, SlIJV A'Ulli&,
ALPACAS, GRENADINES.
LARGE STOCK OF WHITE GOODS, Victoria Lawns,
Swiss. Marstulles and a Lai'Ke
Stock will
be sold at Actual
closed out.
Call and
c convinced of Great Bargains.
TERMS, STRICTLY CASH.
oo 7-s.tr.
HENRY'S
The
.Must Powerful Healing
Y.yer IMscoTcred.
The wonderful colcritywlth wlilcli tUU
rorablnatlnn nf C.Mir.IioMC ACID with
OTIIKU bOOTIII.S'a AND CUlUTIVV KiWlr
Heals the Most Virulent Sores nml
Uleer.s
is fomctlilnu nklu to tbc inarvolotis.
It l Willi pritlc tliat tlie rroprietora call
attention to the gratlfyln fact that
PHYSICIANS filVR IT THE HIGHEST
.MEAD Ob 1'KAISE.
iiul tun It anil prescribe It hi tliclr practice
Points to bo 'Borne in Mind
C.UtllOl.IC SALVK posltlvclr cures the
wortt nre.
CAUIIOMC SALVE instantly allays tuc
pain of burn".
.iuiui.iu a.vi.vi. cure an cuuncou
ertintionii.
c.M.uuiiiu salvk rcmaves pimpiusanu
lilotclic.
CAK iOLIC SALVK w euro cuts ana
urule.
CAUIIOLIC SALVK ranks at t 10 head of
all Salves, Omt uents or other iloellni; Com
pound, ani hah aciiikvkd a oukateh
IIKI1UATIO.V ANI) HAH A I.AltOKK BALK
tliuu any other btiullar preparation of
iiiitti.iutuiruni.niia fnvi-uttnii.
Sold urrywure. l'rice & cents.
.IONI1 V. M.NHY, CUKUAN Jt CO.,
rrop'., 8 and U Co In eel'laie, N. V
7-iv4t
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
OFFICK,
Ohio Ijcvco, over JfathuB & UL1V.
SiSfA'one hut first-class Compauus
represented.
INSURANCE.
-KsTAntisiiED 1858.-
S u fiord, Morris & Cnndcc,
iNsiniANCF. Agents,
73 Ohio Lcvco, City National Hank
lluilding, Caiko, Ills.
I llililll II Ml
Agent
Tio oldut ottablished Agency in Southern
llllnoln, repreeiitlug our
$65 000,000.00:
BTTXiIiin'X'XiT 33TTIIiI3IIsrQ -
0ATEO, ILLINOIS. TEUSDAY. AUGUST 11, 1874.
- CAIRO. ILLiS
to railroad de-
Guests will receive courteous treat-
Day Boarders $20 per Month.
and Boats Day and Night.
2743.27.3r,,,
Of DRY WWW
for Sale at
Commercial Ave.
SHEETINGS,
BLEACHED MUSLINS
CRETONES,
PEROALES.
Stock ot Kibbons. Tins entire
Co3t, and continue until it is
Bristol & Stilwell
F amily Grocers,
Keep every thin lt perlainini; to tlio
lino ot Staple and Fancy Groceries',
Woodeuwarc, Arej-otable.j, Fruits, Ac.,
He.
Fruit Jars just received:
The Queen Mason's Faroe
lain Lined top. Latest Im
proved Jelly Glasses.
No 32 EIGHTH St.
OA.in.0. IIjTj.
, COB. 13TH STEEET
WASHINGTON.
CONSOLIDATION OF THE
WHITE AND COLORED
BOARDS OF SCHOOL
TRUSTEES.
Vi'AdiitKurow, I). C, Aaij. 'J. lluroto
for the boards of tchoul truitco fur
whlto children, arid board of Bchool trui
teel for colorod children, liavo been top
arato; but yastcrday tho comir.iiitonert
tvernitig ttio Diltrlct of Columbia con
tolidated tbotn into onu hoard, conalitlng
of ton wlii to and flvo colorod member.
This contolidatlon In not designed to af
fect the proicnt relations of tho white and
colored schoolr.
ah rrroitT ren tub iiELir.i or home
8TCAD ETTLr.RS I.V IOWA.
VAsntNOTow, 1). C, Ausuit E. Ad
jutant General Uahtr, ol Iowa, -writes
to Commiuioncr jiuracu 01 ice general
land ofllce, riprentlng thatthoroiti'teat
suffering Htnong hjincstal ictt'er; In tho
uorthweitorn countios of tho Htato, owing
to tho vliitallon of tho grasiboppen, and
setting forth tho hardships ot requiring
settlers to go eomotlmes 11 fly and como
time two hundrod miles to rntlco final
firoof of tho occupancy of thair farms, at
ocal land cCees. Ho suggc'ts that here
after local land oflkei bo rcjuirod to visit
county seat', on certain dayf, to tako do
positions, in ordor to savo settlors tho ex
pmie thoy can 111 afford. L'ommislonor
ljurdott is diiiposod to grant tho relief
asked for, and is inclined to rule, in this
particular case, that settlors bo allowed, If
they prefer, to ranko their deposition
before the clerk of the court of record at
the county seat.
TiisiaUBin'it xjkuakd. on tm i-Acinc
COADS.
Tho secretary of tho troaeury is propsr
ing a formal demand on tho soveral
1'acISc roads, embraced in tho act of last
June, requiring the payment of live per
cent, of the net earnings of tho company
to the government, imposed by tho not of
.July 1, 1HSZ. it tno aomanu is not com
plied with within sixty days, the secre
tary will notify tbo nttornoy general, who
will Institute legal proceeding against
tho roads for delinquent taxes.
ruociEtiixas or tub district com
missions: its.
Tho district commissioners issued r.n
order to-day, consolidating tho eleven of
ficers ot affeisors of taxes Into six, end
appointing George l'.izcr, Henry A
"Williard and Anthony Hyde, assouors of
of taxes. Assessors aro directed to tne
purposes ot the special tax directed by
tho act of coneress of June 30. 1874. All
taxable rual estato subject to said tax, and
not included in the protont assessment,
and all real estate, except thst belonging
to the United Slata or rfiatrlM, .
hi educational or eharitablo purposes,
must bo inclinqJ lthor In tho present as
oNimentor the supplemental ono now
authorized.
A NEW JOUr.NAL.
Plans for starting a new paper in Now
York, under the name of the Republican,
have been matured. The f.rat itsuo will
bo made early in Septembor. Toe paper
is promiiod to bo flrst-clats in every de
partment, and of elht pap form. It is
said that half k million dollars have boon
raisod already for tl purpose. The man
agers of theontorpriso aro 0. 0. Norvell,
formerly fin"Ciil editor of tho Times,
CoDgri-ainan Piatt, of Oswego, Now
Vork, and K. U. Wesloj-, ot tho Union
Trust Company, formerly editor of tno
Bound Table. Geo. F. Williams, of tho
Times, and W. 1. Copeland, of tho Jour-
al of Commerce, will be rirotninont on
tho editorial stafl'and among the business
managers.
FOREIGN.
Don Carlos Talks to an
American Correspond
ent, What Spain Needs and What
He Proposes to Do lor
Her.
SPAIN,
ANOTHER TRENCH VWSEL CRUISIKU OK
THE emisll COAbT.
rAitic, August 9, Tbo French covorn
ment has ordered an additional man-of-war
to crulsu oil' tho mouth of tho
Dldassoa.
PRObrECTIVE I1LOCKADK Or THE (lULF OV
CA.VTAllIilA.
Tbo Union says Marshal Serrano has
notified tho powers that the Spanish gov
ernment intends to declare a blockado of
tbo Gulf of Unntabria, and England has
protested againit it.
VO FEAKS 01' VOHKIO.V COMrLIOATIO.VB.
Madrid. Aucust 0. Ijo 1'ora consider
all danger of Kuropuan complications in
connection with Spanish attairs Is now
ended.
AN INTERVIEWER CAPTURES DON CARLOS
HIS IDKAB or WHAT SPAIN NEED8.
AND HOW HE PBOPOoESTO ACCOMPLUU
IT.
New Yobk. Aua. 0. A corrcsnondont
of the Now Voric Herald interviewed
Don Carlos at .Florida on August 4. Don
Carlos said: "We aro alwavs irlad at
seeing a correspondent willing to tell tho
truth. "Wo havu faults, but that roprievo
was received too late. Th.o Spaniards
strongly dislike intorferoncoutho affairs.
Intervention would result in favor of mo,
Thon Spain would only havo ono army,
with Carlos its chtof. fjpalu has beon im
poverished by war, revolutions and
changes of government, and it rcqulros
my whole life to restore hor to tho dogrto
prosperity which I wish her to possess.
Tho only moans to accomplish this Is by a
long, fruitful season of tranquility dovotod
to cultivating the arts of poaco and con
eolldating nnd cctabllshing the finances
and orodlt of tho govorn
mont, and gavo tho country tho
nocossary roposo which alio never enjoyed
since tho reign of Charles V. I desire to
restoro Spain to something like her anelor.t
grandeur. That Is my only task. In
reply to a question regarding tho Cortef,
bo said it should bo elected fully and
fairly by tbo nation, Tho Cortes, which
A-XnTXD WV.S33:i3ra-,r03sr
I hnulil rollcrt tbo feelings, Intereste,
) wlsbe and sentitoulits of tbo people,
ought not lu bo n mere budy of tba fac
1 tions, the politicians are iillle powerless
I it goou anil strong lor evil, promulgating
doctrines for tbo ovorthrovr of society,
and ending with barricade. 1 wish
Upatn to march onward to progress and
enlightenment, and not remain behind
tho lister nations in scienco aededucation,
without which Spain will bo outslrippol
In tho race for wealth and prosperity.
Hut somotblng Is radically wrong in tho
modern current of thought and system of
education. Tho world is rushing into
gross materialism and unbcliof, which,
unlets chesked, must end In
tbo exertion of tho human
raco, tho fault thereof being the modern
godlots systom of education and modorn
methods ot investigation. Today's
savant of twenty year honco, for wish
ing to discard the truths that havo born
the test for age. Spain shall never sub
mil if lt can help it. Kollglon and edu.
cation assist eachotW. Scienco without
religion Is blind; adding with a smllo,
"1 am at present ocoupiod with other
manors. When tho onoaiy Is conquorod,
my throno restored, and peace and or.
dor prevail, thon is tbo lime to consider
education."
Touching Cuba, he eald he would oflor
froo pardon and amnosty, and would
guarantee a government devoted to the
Interests of tbo island. Ho said he was
opposed to slavery, and would abolish lt
with speod.
Dan Carlos Is very sanguine of tho suc
cess of his cause, declaring his pros
poets favorable, and giving good roasons
therefor.
OFFENSIVE MOVEMENTS OF TUB CAItUSTB.
IUyonnk, August 0, Genoral Dorre
gary, commanding the carlist army, has
resumed the offenslvo in IS'avarre. Ho
ha capturod the town of Lagurrdia
through the treachery of the inhabitants,
and is now advancing on l'uoblo, with tho
omoct 01 cutting tno railway notween
Miranda and Lagros. Some of bis mon
recently 11 rod on the railroad trains, and
severely woundod tho ongino driver, who
was an Englishman.
Tbo republican genoral, Blanco, with
eight battalions and twelve pieces ef artil
lery, Is advancing to retake Laguardia.
A RETORT THAT HUMIA. HAS CONSENTIU
TO KECCONIZE STAIN.
London. Aucust 10. Tho dally Tole
creph says it Is reported, that I'.ussla has
consented to recognize tho republic of
fcpaln, and all other powers will follow.
TIIE PAT HOGERS.
Forty-liYo Bodies Recov
ered to date
TWO MORE KNOWN TO
HAVE BEEN LOST.
Cincinnati, Aug. 0. Conflict and con
fuinn nt lUtamanti b-re, up tu llio pre
sent, characterized the reports ot tho
number of persons lost by tho steamer
Pat Itoger calmity at Aurora. To-day,
Captain Dan Jlcrton, who Is at tho tene
01 tno wreci; superintending tbo recovery
of bodies, says forty-flvo havo beon recov
ered, of whom fifteen had not boon clearly
lacnuueu. oucu navo Decn accurately
described, buried and thoir graves marked
for tho beno&t of frionds seeking them.
Two others, J alto Light, tho steward, and
Ximmermann, tbo pantryman ot the boat,
havo not yet beon recovered. This makes
forty.soven known to bo lost. It Is baroly
possible tho list may run up tbreo or four
more, but not probable. Tho work of
wrocking continues. Tho safe of tho
stoamer has been found, but the passenger
list has ovidently been burned. Tho dif
ficulty heretofore in making an exact lint
of tho Inst has beon owing to tho fact that
bodies have beon picked up on both the
Kentucky and Indiana shoros for fifteen
miles along tbo rlvor, many of thorn not
identified, nnd many therefore have boen
counted twice, causing the loss to be re
ported as bi?ii as sixty persons. Tho tow
boat Sam. Itoberts, which blow up and
burned last Friday on tbo Ouyanrlot
sboals, occasioned tho loss of tbreo lives.
All of tho woundod will recover.
CUAX.
TIIE CAIRO CITY
c
0
A
LI
P ANY
coa
Are prepared to Mipply customer
with tho bent
'PITTSBURG
AND
ILLINOIS
COAL
I.EAVK 01U1KI1H AT
ITT Ilalliday Jlro.'s olllcc, No. 70
Ohl' livee:
ETT HullUlay ltro.'s Wiarfboa
ETT At Kgyptlan 21111s; or
tSTAt the i-o.il iluinp, foot oil
-riilrlt-.nli'liHi ktr....t
I I
Special Indncemeals io Lu;t Consumers
IOE! ICE! ICE!
HUSE, LOOMIS & CO-,
Take groat pleasure In announcing tha
they uro now pre pareil to supply everybody
with lake ice of the very bent quality, either
at their houses or at tho Htorcn, Order
hlimild 1) left at tho ottlce, So. GO Ohio
JiCVte. W-aW-4u
AVUNITE
NO. JOT
SCOVIMS
All
cusaneous eruptions on the faco or
body Indicate
AN IMPUTIK CONDITION OF
THE 1JLOOD,
tbl nay, or may not bo Sctiorri. ; but
iu vim' 1 tiiio mo nii-ae 14 tioming mure
man an is.lllMOUrt 1'OISOM lliat
nunxs liki: Tnimmu: nitu,
as lt courses through the veins, howlnir scc:
01 death wall every pul-aUon.
In this rendition of thing nomethlmr 1'
needed at ouce to clean'c the li'ood and
SCOYILL'S BLOOD AND
LIVER SIRUP
will positive lr cllect thl deWderatiim. cx
pelling ever" traco of ilUcaso from tne blodo
ami system, ami leaving tno Miln
SOFT, FA lit AXD BEAUTIFUL.
Hundreds of ccrtltlcuti.' atlo-t lh value.
ITico ?1 per bottle.
JOHN F. IIENltY, CUmiaVX & CO.,
Proprietors,
8 and 9 Collcgo Place, Not? Vork.
ALSO PltOPKIETOllS OF
Hall's Halsam for tho Lungs Carbolic Salve,
Kddy'n Carbolic Troche, oxygen
' atcil Hitter for Dyspepsia,
Or. Mott' Liver l'lll
IJr. Itoger's Vegetable Worm
Svrun. Dr. Ilimci 1. s Snrn llpnili in
Rati, .Mice, and A'cnnln, Jtussla 1alrDye,
j;tc, Ktc., j;tc.
FOlt SALE Jir ALli DRUGGISTS.
G37a0-lt-w,
YULOAN IPtOX AVORK'
COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
orrosiTK
wiKTir sTur.v.T.
JOHN T. HENNIE, Vyi
EOTJNDEY,
MACHINE SHOP
FonaES and 1'irs Kjttino,
BTKAIX E.VOIS11S, JIIM., STIMMJIOA I
Manwacturea and repairen. "'It
Special attention given to light and heavy
forKlns, house, bridge, railroad and Jail wort
and all work or a Minllar character.
bteam aud uan tlttlni; in all in branches
A full assortment of Jtorrls, Tanker & Cd'i
Philadelphia nine and tlttloirs. llraL-oads
etc.. and ira fixtures alwa on hand.
I'U'INU Oi-' HOUSK FOlt GAM
MADU A 6PECIALTV.
Agent ror Cameron a special i-tcara pumr.
and boiler feeder. Tho beit inanufatturcil.
CoII'h patent" eyjihon pumps, aud Judsoa'i
patent governor and governor valve.
iuiiu,iiuK uuniui, em,, ior taio :
TWO steamboat omrlncn. IS inch l.nrn nl
cylinder; live ft-ot utroko, and In good ordei.
uud Btuauiuuui sunn auu cr.-iiik; wroc iron
Ono engine for bointlng freight; Tj.XlO.
Ono 10X20 nw mill engine, with shift nnd
crank for muly or gang taw, second hand.
uuuuun iau cuijiuuj my own inanuiac
ture.
Also, a iec3nd.hand ttavo cutting ma.
chtno aud jointer, and warehouse hoisting
mashtnc, In good order.
Kuginas und machinery of all kindsbought
and Hold.
JLU.MIIKIi.
SAM WILSON,
DI.'ALKU IN
BOAT STOEES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
-tNTo. HO Oliio Xiovoo
CAIRO ULLS.
WALL & ENT,
Manufacturer and Dealers In
GREEN AND SEASONED
LlMEll km) LA.T1L
CAIRO, ILLS.
l'Ol'LAlt.OAK. O.'l'KUa, ASU, GUM
AND COTTONWOOD, JSl'H
FAOKD LUMHElt.
OltKSSKD FINE, AbH AND TOP
LAll FLOOU1NG, OKILNG AND
HIDING.
JSOIllco at saw mill on comer of IVui
ty-i-ecoud street and Ohio l.evee.
luu-21-tf
RoW. Wood 80 Oo
1130 1UDGKJAVKNUJ5
PHILADELAHIA, PENN.,
Fonntitlns, Vases, Anlmnl?. Iron Stairs,
Lamp l'o.M, Stalilo Fitting 3,
Wire tVorks.
3AST, WR0UGHTI& WIRE RAILINGS
NEW andlMHOVEl'D CUAUt fortheatrer,
concert ami Lecture Jiaus,
Aud a General Assortment 0! Orna-
mental Iron "Work. v
Ktlnial03 and do tigue sentouappllcat
stating tne clans ot wotk desired. '
ai-i-H-eoa-a
MOD ID 1111 1!
coxnrasiow hkbchahth.
Z. D. Malum e. c. t-k.
MATHUSS & UHL,
I'onvardlug Jb General
Commission Merchants,
Dealer In
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
WES'iERN PRODUCE.
Ohio Levee, - OAino, Ills.
Y. Straiten.
rd
STRATTON & BIRD!
WHOLESALE GROCERS
-AM
ommission Merchants,
Agcnta American Powder Company,
Wood Rittenhouse & Brother
-AND
General Comjiis.sion Merchant,
m Qbio Levee, Cairo.
It .Arsuti.
Em 4. ATSM
FLOTJB
AUD
QENEUAl COilillSSION MEfiOHARTS
No-78 r.vn,OrfroOAnio. ItrA.
J. ;m, PHILLIPS,
FOmVARDllN'G
Cominissioa Merchant
WltAREAOAT 1'ROrRlETOR.
1'rcprcparcd to forward all kinds of
Freight to all point.
t5Tllmliic attended to womptly.
11. A. Thorns l. jj. T&osm
TH0M8 & BROTHER,
Succesosn to II. iLHulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. BR0KIB3
OD UKALRA8 Ut
htaple nnd Fanar d roocrlM,
foreign and Domestic
ISi Commercial Avenue,
c.
CLOSE,
GKHLilAL
Commission Merchant
And Dealer tn
Lime, Cement, Tlas tor, Hair, &c.
OHIO LEVEE.
13TI will nil In car load lots at tainulae
turers prices adding freight.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Successor 10 John It. Flilllii,)
General Commission
AND -
F0RWABO1NG MERCHANTS,
Dealers In
HAY, CORN',
OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, 4c
AgiaU for Laflin & Rand Powder Company.
COIt. TKNTH ST..t OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MILLER. & PARKER,
General Commission
-AMI
FORWARDING MERCH S,
Dealen ill
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, Jtc:
Agents for Fairbanks Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS.
N. 11. Thistlcwood. r. J. Thtstlewood
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
GENEILUi
Commisssion Merchants,
Dialers la
Flour, Com, Oats, Hay, &o
So. 73 OUIO LEVEE,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS
COFFKY, HARRISON & CO.,
(Successors to D. liurd.'A;flon.)
AND
Commission lrorchantsf
ri.OlTK,GUAIl ASD HAT.
No 03 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
NKW yORHaiOilJC,
WHOLESALE AND RSTAIL.
LAUOBIT VAUlSTY STOCK IV III CITY
UOODB BOLD VKKY OLOBJL
Oorner ot BtnoteanUi
mcrclal Aveam,
OAIHO, ILLINOIS.
C. O. rATlKB
WOOLOTT'S PAIN PAINT
Cures all kind, ot pains. Kor tal by
UAJICLAY BMfS.
finnanlTmetz
Solo Hgoats lor Alexander, lniUakl, Cnloss
04-U-3M

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