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LLINOIB OENTHAL ItAt'aHOAD.
Mall at Hilio.m., Dally
VvurMi j:ui n.m "
freight a 4:00 a.m.,... except Sunday
Freight at 11 wi a.m " "
Freight at 4.-00 p.m "
itlltlVK AT CAIHO
tail at 1-30 a.m .j'u;,ly
Exprcasat .2:05 p.m except Sunday
freight at 7 AO .in.,. ...except Monday
freight at iu:Of p.m except nunaay
might at Ip.n
15ft 'M7-tr. Jamus Johnson, Agent,
THE CAIRO AND VINOKNNEB
f.'Onand after June Tth passenger train
KIM run dally except ftunua) as louowf :
Cairo, leave 6:301. U.
Vienna, arrive VM "
llarrlaburif, arrive USO "
Norrla City, arrive 10:18 "
Jamil, arrive 10:.V) "
Oravvlllo.arrlve W'M "
Jit. Oannel.arrho 12:10 r. M.
, lui-vnuca, utiuv
" Union Depot, arrive,
31 1 Carrae), arrive
" Union Depot, leare...
. i i
... 1:W "
.. b -M "
.. M '
..10:30 P. M.
.. 7:02 "
.. C.-05 "
.. 4:10 "
.. 2:&.'i "
.. !l:45 "
,. 2:30 '
,. Cl-V) A. M.
leave 0M "
At Carml with St. Ixmla anil Southeastern
train toandfromKvausvllIc anil polntu wett;
Leaving Cairo 6:U0 A. M.
Arriving In Kvanavtllc 3:1'' I'. M.
Arritlug In Cairo
At VIncennea with Ohio and MlaaiCalppl
rail M ay for Cincinnati and Louisville, and
all point caat and wcat;;wlth Indlanap
olla and VIncennea railway lor
Indlanapolli and all polnta north,
taut ami west; with KvaniWIle and Craw
lordst Hie railway for Evamvllle,Terra Uaut,
Danville, Chicago and all point north, cut
At Jiorrla City with the Springfield
and Illlaola Houtheutern railway for Shaw
nieUiwu and iHprlngllcld, 111., and points
At Cairo with the Ml.'alaslppl Central,
and Mobile and Ohio, for all point aouth;
wlthCalro,Arkaiu&a and Texa,for all pointu
lu Arkuuu aud Texas.
MOUND OITT ACCOV.MOPATI0N.
J.eavca Cairo .73:20 v. M.
" iloundClty ls "
M. 11. Oooimicit. Oen'l Ticket Ag't.
8T. LOUIS IRON MOUJfTAlH
AND SOUTHERN K.VILUOAI).
Omnlbumi arrive at and depart from the
Dire corner 8ctenth street aud Commer
cial Avenue at lollowa
Texan Kxprean icavca 1:00 a.m. Arnvea
5:30 a. m.
Charleston Accommodation lcavea J0:30
a.m. Arrhrs tt:lla. ni.
Columbua Accomodallon Iravea 4:00 p. m.
Arrivea iib p. m.
TWKNTY-ruUU HOUItH LKHH THIN 11V ASY
Time from Cairo to I.lttle Hock 13 hours.
To Texan-ana 22 liotlra.
To Jeffcnon. Tuxaa, V huum.
To Marshall 20 hour?.
To fihrevrwrt, l.ollii, an hour.
To Datlaa, Tcxa, SO hourK,
To Ilearne, Tcxa, n houn.
To Houston, Texait.41 hour.
To (lalveiton, Tx.ia 44 hour.
D. Axtxll. Chief Engineer.
C. W. ilKQL'KMlioUlto, Ak"'. Cairo,
inn II i iivq
!m Vrtuam rata InLi Ibrar Hlnrraacrunl
In to illreriluni, ami n Hum lone unxrll, pro
tl lcil tlirlr bonci aro not ilotroji'il hj mliirril
ixjuud cr other Intaut, iml Mtil orjaua waattJ
U'f uml polul of repair,
l);irpaln or liiilli;rllii,lltlllclic filn
In the M.uuilcra. Cuuhi. TlEliluma ol the LIii-l,
liUiliiem, huur llructatlona vl the Moniach, limit
1 ntr In tlo Xiuulh, llllluua Attack". rlpllJtna
of the Heart, IiitUiTiinalioii of the I.iiiic, I'i'i In
tha rcL'l&u of the Khlii'-ji, ami a liundrcl ntlier
pilnlnl rjmptoiiu. aro the nMtririK of !)prp
tla. one bottle will prove a better Kuarautee U
11 merit than a Irncthr mlterlUenient.
Cor IVukIk (.'npluliila, lu jnuiu or o,,
iturrfail or alngle, at Hie dawn ul nutiiMiihooil. or
the turn i f lire, thcue Tonic lllttera ilUplaj o ile
iHiM tu lunuence that Improvement li roou per
irpllbl:. Irir Vnfluuiiunlorr iim.T C'ltrttiilc lllirH
tiiuiiam ami liiiiil, llilliiu. Il-Niillrrit ami Inlrr
Mlltriii lei fin. liKvaut ur the lllnoit, l.lur, Ithl.
nrja ami UUililer, there lllttera he nu eiual.
Mii h Interna are cmitril bj VltUteil llhiol,
'i'Urf nrr ti urullr J'lirKHtiv a na
n Toxic, pi,cilinr iim incrll of actluii a a
iKitverlul aueiit In ri-llf ln.T Cnniroiloii nr In-
r..iitiiuatlnn i,rttiu l.lemul VUcerul orgau,auJ
III llillona ilsri'.
I'ar Kklii UlarHara, i:riiptloin, Tittrr, Salt-
ltheiim, lllolchca, Sputa, I'lmplm, ruaiiilra, Holla,
Carl'iaiclf , llln? uriii, ScjVbllrail, Mini K),
:r)ipelaa, Itch, Scurf. liimoliiratloiianrihcVln,
lluninr ami HUeatearirthe SVIIiof haterr name
or nature, are literitllr iIur up ami carni il out of
the ayrtein lu a rhurt tiiuu by the ue or tiicte
Crulrful TkouamtiU proclaim Vlstmn
lirrnm the mit nomlerful lulsraiil tlul cer
ti.tlalneil tn t-nikinic i-icin.
It. II. ftlrl0!AI,l .V CO
UniSKlaia ami (lui. Muu Kramlio. CL,
lor. ot waaningmn ami i narimn r-n., a, i.
Sll.l) HV ALL IIKUUCIIhTS A DKAI.K11S-
Aiul Dealer In
EionTii Stbmt, iiit.AVashinqtok ad
CoMUEKCiAL,Avx.adoiDloi Uanny i,
Kr prm the beat of Heel. Pork. Mutton veal
Lamb, BiutMgo, etc., and la prepared to
nerve fainuii'a in a uccetititme maimer.
A man Intending to do liusincfH mmt tint
prepare liliuaelt to meet tlio reiulrementi
of Ills cuatomera ; next lie muu let every
poaalblo or probable- cuatomer know that he
la to prepared. In n very niuull placu he
uibv tkli. ull the people what ho can do. In
a Urge village a printed handbill, pottrr or
ilrcular, properly dlatrlliutcd, will be clllca.
Ct0U, IlUt WIIOKVKlt IS IN A I'l.ACIC LAItGX
KNOL'QM TO BUI'I'OItT A MEWBPAPKR WILL
FINHTIIAT IT 18 Tlin CIIKAl'KST MKDIUM
TIIHOTGU NYUICU TO APDKCSI TUX PUBMe,
50 Ohio Lcvco -
EDMUND HUEFNEB, Proprietor
The l'lautor's House is located on Ohio Lcvco Street in
POTS AND STEAMBOT LANDINGS
And in the Center of the Business Portion of tho City. Tho House ia new
and complete in all iU appointments
be i di; clccantly furnished and carpeted
went and tho best of accommodation".
Transient Guests $2 per Day.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
Cor 8th St. and
,AEGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS
JAPANESE SILKS, SILK POPLIifS,
LARGE STOCK OF WHITE GOODS, Victoria Lawns,
Swiss, Mnrpailles and a Largo
Stock will be sold at Actual
Call and be convinced of Great Bargains.
TERMS, STRICTLY GASH.
Most Towerful Kenllnir
The wonderful celcritywltli which tUU
combination of cakkbomc avid with
OTIIKR hOOTllINO AND CUKAT1VK E.MOU
llealu the Most Virulent Sores aud
U iomethlu;: akin to tho tuarvoloua.'
It la with nrlile that the l'rorrletora call
attention to the (,'ratlfj lnh' fact that
HYSICIAXS GIVE IT THE HIGHEST
MKAD OF PRAISE.
ind uc tt and preicribo It In their practice
Points to be J Borne in Mind :
CAKIIOLIC SALVK poiltlvely cures the
OAHUOLIC SALVE inttantlv ullaVH the
palu of burns.
(jAUUUL,ii; HAl, vj-j curca uu cuiaucous
UAituuijiu salvk remoTeapimpicianu
CAKIIOLIC SALVK will euro cuti and
CAltllOLIC SALVK ranks nt the head of
all Salvea, Olntni'nta or other Heeling Conv
pollllUI, Bill HAM ACIIIKVKl) A OlIKATKU
HKITUATION AND HAS A I.ARC1KII HAI.K
than any other almllar prcimratlon of
boiu evcrywero. rrice ceuta.
JONH V. UKX11Y, CUHUA.N & CO.,
l'rop's., ts aud 0 Co Jit (;el'lacc, N. V.
C. N. HUGHE6,
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Levee, over Mathus Si UhlV
HfHune lut Jtnt-clait Oompanie
Safford, Morris & Candee,
73 Ohio Levee, Oity National Hank
Building, Cairo, I lib.
Tit obleat establiabed Agency In floutUe ns
Illliioia, repreavntlug over
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 12. 1874.
- CAIRO. 111 S
TO RAILROAD DE
The rooms, are large and airy, besides
r , ?ii " , . , - , .
unesia win rccoivo cooncuiu iruai-
Day Boarders $20 per Month.
and Boats Day ana Night.
Of DH GOODS
for Sale at
Stock of Ribbons. This entire
Cost, and continue until it is
Bristol & Stilwell
F amily Grocers,
Keep ovory thine pertaining to tho
ine ot htaple and fanoy urocencs,
Woodcnware, Vegetables, I'ruits, Ac,
Fruit Jars iust received:
The Queen Mason's Force-
lam Lined top. Latest Irn-
proved jelly Glasses.
No 32 EIGHTH St.
. . (
Finds Himself at Lust He
i'oro tho Invest is;n tin:;
ATROCIOUS CANARD RE
PORTING THE SUICIDE
OF MR. BEECHER.
WAITIHO TO HEAIl VKOM M0Vt.TO.
Haw York, Augutt 10. Hut a fow of
tboie prutuineutly connected with tbo
Pimouth church investigation were in
town yciterday. ISoochcr li oxpgetod
back on tbo early train tbii rnoroicc. At
3 o'clock thW evening Moulton will read
hit atatement boloro tho Invcatlgatlng
committee. Mr. lloccbor't friends now
say openly that ho was black-mailod in
largo amounts tor fotno joari, and that
should Mr. Miulton tell all ho knows an
entirely new phnso will bo assumed by
Several prlvato conferencoj, at which
prominent gontlcmon of Brooklyn, not
publicly connected with tho inquiry,
cave aititted, havo bven hold rccunvlv,
with a vlow to an adjustment of tbo wholo
It was stated yosterday by a inombor of
the committco that Moulton's testimony
would bear strongly against ileecher.
Tllton'sceunsol, and it is believed Tilton
himself, woro tevoral timet in communi
cation with Moulton on Saturday. Moul
ton alio had u talk with General liutlor
MOCLTOK IlEFOItC TUB CoUMITTKK.
New Yokk, August 10. Frank Moul
ton was before tho lieocher Investigating
Committee about an hour and a half to
day. One-half tho tlmo was consumod in
reading bis ttatomont, and tbo remainder
Mr. Moulton said to a roporter that his
statement would raako about thrco-quart-on
of a column, but this is not betloved to
Include tbo documents bubmlttod to tbo
committee An arrangomont was entcrod
into betweon tho committee and Moulton
that the statement should not bo mado
tiublie until 11 o'clock to-morrow morn-
inc. when tbo iniunction of secrecy will
bo removed, and copies bo furnished tho
what m: SAID.
A Urooklyn Eaislo extra, to-night say
Maulton, in his statement beforo the com
mittee, said that bo was prepared to tub
mil tho originals of tho letters cited by
Mr Tilton in his ftatcment, but apart from
doing that nn bad no statement to matte.
His part in tho business, ho added, bad
been that of peaco-maker, and that rclo bo
proposed to aanoro tof , ,
' wi tuu gos9ip mat had como to his ears
ko bad rcsolvod to fifty nothing.
If Mr. Heecher ami Mr. Tilton wero
determined to fight, he could not provent
them, but no was resolved to auu no iuoi
to tho Qamct.
The letters, of which Moulton promises
to supply tho oriL'Inali, aro only thoso
that Tilton quotes from In bis statement.
TUB COMMITTEE IT.0OIUMME.
New Your, Aug 10 Tbo committee
will hold an informal moetinz for consul
tation, at 11 o'clock to-morrow forenoon'
and hold a formal euesion in tbo ovoning
at Or Slorrs' residence, to take tostimony
and perhaps cloio tho investigation.
r&ErBTRATIOK OV A CIIUKL CAKAltD IN
Mikkeatolis, Aug 10 Groat cicito-
ment was oreated hero Sunday morning,
by the arrival of a largo number of til.
I'aul Dispatch extras, wnich was an
nounced the suicide of Mr Jicochor. A
Urge number of tbooxtras wcro sold by
newsboys at ten cents npicco mo oxtra
contained tho following:
New York, Aug S, 7 03 a m Tho
streets aro full of rumors concerning tho
suicide of lloecber. All sorts aro afloat, and
too sity is full of oxcitemont
ULatet Wows of lieecher's sulcldo was
carried to Mrs Tilton by Frank Moulton,
oarly this morning. On hoaring it she
Immediately fainted, and ot this tlmo Is
8 a. m. Henry Ward lieecbor was
found In his ntudv by his sorvunt at 1
o'clock this morning, in tho strug
gles of dcith. Tho family was immedi
ately notiflod, and phjsicmns culled, but
to no purpose.
B.aua. m. ilrt noecner ion nor uus
band at 10 o'clock lust oveulog in tbo
etudy hard at work on bis answer to Til-
ton's cliargo, aim that was tno lasttiwouo
poke to nor.
8:45 a. in. iirs Tilton is etui uncon
scious, aud physicians say ' very
doubtful if eho recovcrl, Jira jjcocnor
l'aralyzed with grief, friends out
of thu city havo been telegraphed to.
No arrangements for tbo lunoral aro yet
!U. 1 Hall, tbo editor of tbo Dispatch,
as soon as bo hoard oi tno twmuio, toio
graphed to this city, and tho salo was
stopped. Thu community is called with
thO Utmost lumgnntiuu.
THE PRIZE FIGHT.
I'lTTaauno. August 10. Tho trains ar
riving last night and this morning brought
largo delegations of sporting inon to wit
ness tho Oollyer-Edwarda prixo fight,
which takes pla:u to-morrow morning.
Now York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Cin
cinnati and St, Louli aro woll reprosontod.
Yesterday a largo number of sporting
men visltod Collyur ut bisnuartors at Mc-
Keo'i Kocks. lioin men aro In excellent
condition, C'ollycr weighs 135 pounds
and Edwards l Hotting is about uvon
Tho steamer li, U. iloConnlck will
leavo at midnigbt for thu scono of tho
fight. To prevent arrest, tho principals
will not bo maun on uouru at rittsuurg,
but will be pickod up on tho route to tho
battle uround. Probably not n dozen mon
in tho city Knew mo oxact location ol tno
ground, and tho destination will not
b announceu uum uuor tno t'oat naa ion
tbo wharf, l'assongors who camu up on
tlin atuamers last ovonini; statu that tho
militia or west Virginia aro on tho alort
and will do their utmost to provent tho
uvu si'Etrr.a at riTTsuuna.
FiTThiiOito, August 10. The stroots of
the city this afternoon and ovonlng havo
nrnaontol a vorv animated annoarance.
and our people havo been eurpriscd.at tho
bundreda of roughs and sporting mon con
gregated about tlio stroots, During tho
evening sovcral fight, occurrud, (n which
I tho pistol was freely usod. Hill "White,
rough, (hot at a man and woundet a by
r'.andnr In tho lutijja.
A K'eal deal of ronitcrnatlon wai
creatvii among thoan who had purchntiid
tlcketi by ttiu ctcanior for tho night, by a
niuior that tho local inapootor had ordered
tho bout not to leant :ort with over thirty
paaaoti(;er, and forbidding hor takim;
any barnea In tow. but at U o'clock It
waiqulolly circulated among the knowing
onei that tho itoamer McUormlck would
la'.vo from tho foot of Market itrect at 12
' o'clock with n lltnltod number of padong-
tub noitTKRs orr ron mc bittlb
1'iTTannnu, August 10. An Immonio
crowd eathorod on tho wharf to aeo tbo
Collyor-l.dwardt party oil". Tho destina
tion li uncertain, but U tuppoied to bo
Lino Iiland, nearSmlth'a Ferry, l'a. The
boat leit at tjiuo a. in.
FIGHTING IN MISSISSIPPI
Memviiis. August 11 Aepoclal to tho
Appoal from Helena, Ark,, roceivod at
8.3U this morning says that at 11 o'clock
lutt night thrco ladles and two gentlemen
arrlvod hero from Austin In a skill and re
ported conelderablo fighting lato yestor
ily evening. Tb commander of tho
post whose namo to did not learn
dispatcbod n scout of twonty-flvo
men on tho road to Coldwator
station on tbo Mtsslsslppl'and Tennessee
Itaitroad and captured 20 negroes who
woro s'.ationsd about two miles from town
and brought them In as prisoners and
disarmed tuotn. Unoof them as they were
being put in tho court houso yard tried to
mako bis crcapo when ho was fired upon
and klUo l, and in the melco which ensued
another negro was woundod but not fatal
ly. Later In tho avonlng a largo body of
nogrots advanced from tho south ana at
tacked tho town driving In tho whlto
skirmishers to tho court houso whore tho
main bodv of whites woro stationed. A
cbargo was mado by tbo whltoi, and tbo
negroes was reputled with a lots of several
klllod and wounded. Tho fighting was
colnz on when tho informants lolt, and
they wcro llrod upon as they crossed over
to Ship lsianu.
Memphis. Auir. 11. Mayor Horn
Cbalmors ot Hernando has lust arrived
hero for tbo purpoau of chartering a boat
to tako men to tbo assistance of tbo
wbitos in Austin. Ho says tho courier
from Mayor V, oodson of Austin reached
Uerncndo at daylight, stating that tho
town woj surrounded by about 1,003 ne
groes, and aaking for bulp. Two hundred
men from Hernando and vicinity will
roach hero at two o clock and togelhir
with tbo volunteers from this city will
start at four o'clock for Austin. Di.
Smith, who It the unfortunate cauto ot
tha tr.lllblfca tliAr-.-.ucUoll Lulu OSl night.
borne throe weeks since ho was attacked
in tbo streets by a negro, and drawing a
pistol fired at tho negro but mined him
and klllod a littin negro girl (landing by,
which oxaspcratod tho nogroes to such
an oxtent that they collocted a mob and
took lit. Smith to tho woods to hang him,
which they would have done but for tho
onlroatios of Mayor AYoods-m and tho
doctor's wifo. bunco that time ho has
been voluntarily in jail to prevent being
mobbed until last Friday, when some
f rionds camoand carried blm to Hernando,
on learning which tbo negrooa collocted
In largo numbers and notiliod tho mayor
that unlosa Dr. Smith wits brought back
and put in juil thoy would burn tho town.
.Mkmi'Uu, August 11 Tolograras aro
bolng received from tho vicinity of Aus
tin, Miss., asking for mon, arms and am
munition, slating that unices tbo whites
who are surrounded in tho Court Houso,
aro apesdlly rolioved they will bo forced
to surrender or bo captured. The steam
er A J Whlto has boon cbarterod to
leavo at G o'clock and carry a largo num
bor of men, woll armed.
Anothor special to the Appoal, says
tho nogroes surrounding Austin on the
South wero charged upon this morning by
a body of mounted wbitos, who klllod -I or
H and capturod I'O negroes. The blacks
number about 700, whilo tho wbitos havo
about 200. Ilotb partlos are oxpooting
roinforcomonts. At present tho whites
have tho best of tbo fight. Negro bands
on plantations opposlto on tho Arkansas
sido aro arming and marching on Austin
n largo numbers.
Smsunr.bu, 111., August 10. Tho
old-lino democracy of tbo stato uro not
ploaeod with tho rail lur a nybrld conven
tion recontly issuod by tbo clique of com
promisers beaded by McCormick, of Chi
cago, as chairman, and tailed by Ed.
Morritt. of Springfield, as secretary. Mr.
Joseph Ledlio, of this city, was chosen
as tbo chairman of tbo straight-out demo
cratic state central cotnmitteo In I Biz,
when tbo rogulars woro lighting against
a coalition with disatfected members and
disappointed otllco-seekers of tho ltepub-
lican party lor too purpoeo oi uoieating
the regular Kepublican ticket.
It is claimed by tho regulars that tho
tlmn-sorviog bolters of tho Uemocratto
party wont ono of tho party whon they
inado an agreomont to voto for a ltopu-
bllcau lor President, and by that act
they forovor placed themselves without
tlio paio oi tuo party, oeyouu ruuau. Air.
Iiodlio, tnoruioro, asserts ms right as
chairman of tho Stato Democratic Cen
tral Committoo, to calll a Stato conven
tion, to met at Springtlold, on the L'Cth of
August, thu namo day on wnicl tho Hybrid
convention will meet, to tako such repre
sentatives of tho puro HomoeraU ot tho
Stato may in their wisdom see lit.
TelocraiuB rocoived irom numorous oiu
lino democrat, givo in their adhesion to
tbo straight-out Democratic movement
aud iiromlsu hearty co-operation. Among
tho many communications aro tolograius
from Gen. blnuloton and Col. V. A
Richardson, of tiulncy, who spoko In very
iineomnlimentary torms of tbo "mulatto
convention,'' as tbay call tho Hesing.
whlto allalr of thu Suth Inst. Tho com
mnntcntiona all donounco tho action of tho
pretending democratic stato ceutral com
mittoo In solllni; out to Ilosslng, in aban
donlnn tho namo of tbo party, and unit
Ini; with tho lag-onda of all parties In tho
i,nnn of tilcklnit ud a few falllnc orumba.
Thoy all express a 11 rm detorminatlon to
tluht tho old IlKht for tho principles which
tlmv hold oven thoutih thoy bo defeated.
From present indications it is safo to
let that tho straight-out party will
havo a protly fair representation at their
CO A I.
THE CAIRO OITY
Are prepared to Mtpply customers
witn tno nest
LEAVE OKDEH3 AT
JSTHalllday llro.N olllee. No.
CLTTAt Kiryiiflan or
FTTAt thu co.ll iliimii. fnnt nl
Tblrty-elgbdi ttrect. I
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
3M"o. XI O Oliio Xio-oo
WALL Sl ENT,
-Manufacturers and Dealers in
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH,
l'oi'iiAit.oAK, ovrnua. Asn, gum
AND COTTONWOOD. BUK
DKKb'SKD PINK, Abll AND FOP
LAK FLOOUINO, CEILNG AND
tTOfllco at saw mill on corner of IVmi
ty.hccond ttrect and Ohio Levee.
FITS CURED FREE.
Any peraou niflerlni: from tho abovo till-
cao U ruiU0bU'il to luKlm" I-n. rmci:, nnd
a trial bottlo ol mcilldiio will bo forwarded
by exprcis, 1'ltKKI
Dr. rrlco Inn iciriilar nlirslcbiii, and haa
made thu trcatmeut ol
FITS Oil F.l'Il.Ll'SY
a study for year, and ho will warrant a
cure, bv the usu ol li Ih reiuedv.
Hi) liOt lan vt kviiti ui null lor trui uoiuo;
t co.ni uouitu', uuu no
WI!,!. citui: YOU,
no inattor of how lon utandlnt! your cno
may nc, or now many omoi remouii's may
Circulars aud testimonials scut with
FltUi: TWA I. 1IOTTLK.
Jilt. CHAS. t. rjticu.
07 William Struct, Now York.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
HUSE, LOOM1S &, CO.,
Taken great pleasure In announcing tho
thoy aro now prepared to supply ovory body
with lake too of tho very ben imallty, either
l at, their houses or at tho atorei. Order
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MATHUSS & UHL,
Fonvardius !i General
VvmmauiMVU aVSiVA vattviit.
I Dealers In
FLO UK, GHAIN, HAY AND
Onto Lever. - (Uttm. Ir.r.
STRATTON fo BIRD!
UIIIIHI33IUII iiici (.naiiisi
Agonta American Powder Comoan
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1.13 Ohio Innst, Cairo.
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No. 78 LBviK.OmoOAtJU.
J. :m. PHILLIPS,
Preprepared to forward all kinds of
Freight to all points.
GTHualness attended to ompUy.
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THOM8 4; BROTHER.
Succesosn to IL M.HuJon,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
AND DMALMRS Cf
Staple and Fasaoy tirorlM,
foreign and DomeiUo
FHUITS jfT) 2STTJTB
181 Commercial Avenue,
OAIItO, . . IBLIN0I8.
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And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, 4c.
X3TI will sell in car load lota at manufac.
turcra prices, adding freight.
JOHN B. PHJLLfS & SON.
(Successor to John U. rhlllm,)
MEAL, BRAN, io.
igenta for Liflin & Rand Powder Cbnpjnj.
COlt. TENTH ST.& OIUOLETiE,
MILLER & PARKER,
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, 4c:
Amenta for Fairbank's Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS.
N. 11. Thlstlewooil. r. J. Thlstlewood
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
Flour, Corn, Oats, Hay, o
3 OHIO LEVEE,
COFFEY, HARRISON & CO.,
(Successors to D. Hurd;s;8oa.)
OE,-W OR 13 X2STO-
n.UVB,GUAIM AMD HAT.
No 03 Ohio Leveo, CAIRO, ILLS
NEW X01U BTOilK,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL.
LVItQUiT VASIBTT ITOOK iv mi C1TI
GOODS BOLD VEBY OLOfl.
(iirnev of KlaetMasn s Ml
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c. o. vxtva
W00I03TS PAIN PAINT
Cures all kinds ot pains. For sale by
FINN AND METZ
BMo agonu lor Alexander, Pulaski, Union