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RAILROADS.
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LLIN0I3 CENTRAL KA'MIOAD.
TltAINS LK1VE CAIRO
Mall at., . .. 12:11 a.m., Daily.
Express 2:30 p.m '
Krolghta 4:00 a.tn.,,,.oxeopt Sunday
Freight at ...MM s.tu.,,... " "
rreiguiai i:w p.m.,.,. "
All II I vk at CAino
Mall at I'M n,ti .Dally
Express at .. p.m.,,... except Sunday
Vrclghtat . .7:W) a.m. .....except Monday
irclghtat 7:00 p.in.,.,., "
If'S U-17-tf. jAMKa.0UN90.V, Agent.
A'HK CAIRO AND V1N0HNNKH
RAILROAD.
HBE.
JAllto
TO
JINUIN.NATI AND Louis-
viLLE.
On nnd artorJuuo "th passenger train
v 1 1 1 run dally except Sunday an lollowi :
UOINO MOUTH.
Cairo, lcavo BiM'A.M.
Vienna, arrive ri "
lUrrlslnirg. arrlta una
Norrls City, arrive 10:18
""arml, nrrho lo:.V) "
iraylllc,nrrhe., 1UT0 "
Mt.' Oarmcl, nrrlvo 12:10 r. M.
Mnccntivr. arrlwi 1:10
" Union Depot, arrlvo.... IttO "
" ' leave 1:10
. liit'nnatl, arrive u0 "
l.oiiuMlle, arrive 8:.VJ
aoticn SOUTH.
niro, arrive winy, m.
Vienna, arrive
larrfihurg,arrlvo
NnrrliClty, arrlvo
Carml, arrive
lirayvllle, arrivii
.Ml Cannel, nrrho... ......
HX,
7:02
0:0.'
r;3o
4:lii
4:mi
incuriritx, ieau, ::..
" Union Depot, lean- 2:t.'i
" " arrive...... 'i-M
'luctmiatl, leave (iuVj a
i.otilnlllc, leave 0:30
CONNECTIONS.
,M-
At Carml with St. I.otili and finuthcatcru
tralni tnatnl IroinKvaiikvillu mid point west:
l.eat lug Cairo . t,M) a. .m.
Anlvlng In Evaiisvlllc v. M.
Leaving ..12) '
Arriving In Cairo 10:35 " '
At Vlncvnnrs Willi Olilo und .Mlfaiaalpiil
rail way for Cincinnati and Louisville, niJl
all pointit cat and west; '.with lnilluu.
oll and Vincennee railway ifir
Inolanajiolla and all points north,
tat and west; with Evannvllle and Craw
lordivlllu railway for Evanvllo,Terra Haute,
Danville, Chicago and all point north, tail
and went.
At Norrln City with tho .Sp'hiKtleld
and lllnoli .Southeastern railway for Shaw
iitctowii and .tipringllrld, 111., aud point
north.
At airo with the JIU.IwlppI Central,
and Mobile and Ohio, for all point south;
wlthC alro, Arkansas and Tuxafbr nil point
In Arkainax andTixa.
MOUND CITr ACCOMMODATION.
Leaves uairo 12.-20 i: M.
" .Moundl'lty 1:20
l. II. OooniuCH, (ien'l Ticket Air't.
TIME
LOUIS
TABLE.
$T.
UWS MOUNTAIN
ANDSOL'TlIKItX
UAIl.ltOAD.
Ointilhti'cs.irrlvr ntand ilcpart from the
MhVe corner Seventh street uud Commer
cial Avenue as Jollows
Texas Expriss leavei 1:00 a.m. Arrive
2::ui a. in.
( hirli'tton Acrommodatlou leaven 10:30
a.m. ArrlM's OMfca. in.
Coluuihu- Accomodation leaves 4:00 p. In.
Arrhcn VJSh p. ni.
YWKNTY-rOL'lt IIOUIIS I.KM THAN IIV ANY
OTIILIl ItOUTK.
Tinm from Cairo to Little ltock 13 hour.
To Tcxarcana 22 hour.
To Jeireron, Texas, 25 hourn.
To 31arhaM2i)ioura.
To .-'hrevf imrt, LouMaua, 20 hour.
To Iiallai, '1't'xan, 30 hour).
To llcanic, Trxni), Its houni.
To Houiton, Toxa,41 hour.
To U.ilvestou, Tuxai 41 liouu.
D. Axteix. Chlcr Knlnecr.
V IlKuCKMiiouiKi, Al-ciH, Cairo.
-Mf.
DON'T BUY
rntlll you have examined the only com
plete and largest atock of Confectionery ever
Kept in Cairo. Kvcry dealer nhoiild know
lie can huy Cheaper and licttor i;ooh where
they arc made, than from second hand deal-
-r. Iteiueml.er there it but one place to do
thli.
CANDV FACTORY
ROSE &, TEMME
.Manufacturera, "Wholeiale and
Hetall Dualera In
Confectioners Goods
No. 17U Waihln;ton Ave.
Ciuro, llx.
AT ONCE
J.ook to your Interest and huy direct Irom
tho only Manufacturing Confectlonen In
Houthcrn Illinois.
XKAL MTATE AUUUI.
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
anii
HOUSE AGENT,
COLLI'XJTOHS,
CONVEVAN0K11S,;
NOTAItlKS PUUL1CS
And l.nnd Agents n( the Illinois Central aud
llurllngtoii und llssourl K. It, Con.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levoo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
C. WINSTON & CO,
Real Estate Agents,
AUCTIONEERS,
74 Ohio Levei:, (Second Floor,)
0AIKO, ILL.
Iluy and Sell ItEAJ, K8TATK, l'ay 'VAXES
Kurnlkhe a AhutMeti of Title.
jSTI.aiid CoiamlHloner.
A MAN intending to do MisIiichh must nrat
jirupare hliu'elt to meet tho requirements
of IiIn eubtouiflrH : noxt ho must let every
posslhle or probable cuntomcr know that ho
Is so prepared, la n very hiumII place ho
may tki.i. all tlio people what hu eau do. In
ii lariiu vlllafjo a printed haiululll, jioiitrr oi
elrcular, properly illitrltiutod, will Do tttlca.
ciollS, hilt WHOl'.VKIt IB IN A PLACU I.A1KIK
KNOUailTO BUI'l'OUT A NllWBPAl'KH WIM.
FIND THAT IT mnilK CIIKAI'KBT HKD1UM
TltKOTUlt M'ltlCU TO ADWIEW TUB VUULIC.
O3jri033,
VOL. (5
PLANTER'S HOUSE
BO Ohio Levee -
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
Tli (j I'lnntar'a IIouio is located on Ohio Lctco Street in
CLOSE PROXIMITY TO RAILROAD DE
POTS AND STEAMBOT LANDINGS
And in tho Center of tlio IJueiiiffB
aim complete m an uu nppointnicuiH.
being elegantly furnished aud carpeted,
tneut and the he.st of accommodations!.
Transient Guests $2 per Day.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
UNI STOOK If III fiOODS
Oflbrcd
QEEAT EEDUCTIOH IN PRICES
Cor 8th St. and
DOMESTICS,
PKIiYLS,
G1jStGJ1AMS,
LARGE STOCK OP MESS GOODS
LAWNS, SUITINGS,
JAPANESE SILKS, SILK POPLINS,
A Ll'ACAS, GRENADINES.
LARGE STOCK OE WHITE GOODS, Victoria Lawns,
Swiss, Mnrsnillos and a Large Stock of Ribbons. This entiro
Stock will be sold at Actual Cost, and continue until it is
closed out.
Call and be convinced of Great Bargains.
TERMS, STRICTXST
Bristol & Stilwell
Family Grocers,
Kt'eii uvory thing pertaining to tho
lint) of Hl.iplo and Fancy Groceries,
Wooilcnwnro, Vcgetnhlcs, Fruits, Ac,
Ac.
Fruit Jars just received;
The Queen Mason's Force
lain Lined top. Latest Im
proved jelly Glasses.
No 32 EIGHTH St.
OAXRO, XXiXj.
HtTX.X.THTXa:T 33TTXX.DT3Sra
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY. AUGUST 21. 1874.
- CiilRO, ILLS
Portion of the City. Tho Howe is now
Tho rooms, nro largo and niry, besides
UucstA trill receive courteous treat-
Day Boarders $20 per Month.
and Boats Day and Night.
2743.i!7-3m.
for Sale at
1IY
Commercial Ave.
SHEETINGS,
BLEA0UED 1IUSL1TS
ORETONES,
PE110ALES.
CASH.
00 7-8-tf.
COAT,
THE CAIRO CITY
o
A
iL
COMPANY
I Are prepared to Mipply cuitomern
with tho host
pittsburg!
AM) I
ILLINOIS I
COAI
I.SAVK OIUIKUfl AT
JSTHallltlay
Ilro.'H olllci-, No. 701
uiuo L.eee:
JSrilalllday llro.'a AVhni lbou
carAti.vypiiBii siiinj m
HaTAt the coal dump, foot
Thlrly-flhtli Htieet.
ol
Scciil Zsdaesasats to Lir;s Comets
1.A.WY1SHN.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
CAIK0, ILLINOIS.
Offllce Over Fittt Nattonul Hank. :j.l5-3m
Joltn II. .Mulkcy.
MULKEY
riDRNKYS
William C. JluiUey.
& SON,
AT LAW
OfUvo; lJ.mit.i m-cof, lictwocu Commor
iS.uuii.t Vii.h)U'vloii nvt'iiues. MLtf.
GKEF.tM
u GILBERT,
AT LAW,
WiUivm
AVil.i.iin
MllDril'
l.U.-f'Ul. )
II I . ' I
CAUtO, ILLS.
KirSrirui uitontlon
nlvan to Admiralty
unci Htriimtiout blilue.is
Oillco :
Ohio l.evoe, Itooms7 and 8 ove
City National Hank.
- . OOTi. 13TH STUIEIE'r
TfiLBfiKAPHIG
BBECHER.
Ono Kingsloy Suddenly Comes
to the Surfaco.
Tiltou and Moulton Pre
imring Additional
Statements.
ATTOUNHYS OF TUB l'AHTIES
JtKl'AlilNa VOll THE
JUjjicrAiiFjtAr,
A MAS COMF.1 TO THE flUIITACB.
Ktw Youk, Augut IS. Th followlno'
II unbllsbed u tho lactt of tho alln.i.i
comproiiilio ipekm of lait week:
Va returnlni; to iJrooklvn. Moulton.
under tbo provocitlon of bein; rsforrod to
at a black mallar.dld preparo ft lone ttat-
ment compoitd ailnly ef fall own recoll-
cctlont of varloui (rtnti of tbo icaxUI.
bli own atiertiomthal Beccber and lirr.
Til ton bad made :oQteiiious of adultery
to bun, but, watutaupportod by any docu
ment! other than thote which bs lubio
qucntly iiibmlttcd to tba committe, and
nno otbar which bat boon described by
Iieechar'i lawyer n manufactured. "When
bo prcparod thii itatoment Moulton de
nounced Iieecber hi the correspondent of
a weitern newipiper, next day tela
graphed bit ttatuuienle to Lit
paper, where thuy wero publlibad.
On tbo very day Moulton tubmlttod
binhort itatemen', contiilnlnp none of
tho gravest alluilou. Mr. Kt'ngiley of
Urooklyn bridge nUerlety bad wrought
tbit luddon cbangu n Moulton't purpoie.
During the Sunday which intervened be
tween till talk with the correspondent and
Inform! talk with tie committee, Klngi
ley met at MoulDn'a houio. Moulton
bimielf, hu father, Franklin, "Woodruff
and two or three otbtr periona. Kingiluy
communicated to tlx friends of Moulton
that tho lattsr'a own lafely wa at stake.
It wai finally decidod that Moulton ihould
not attrck Ileeeber er confirm Tilton fur
ther than by tho iubmiision of papori
called for.
General Jln;ler rend tbolong itatement
of the tame ni;ht and advieed 1U tupprci
bn for futuri uie. Ai a coneeqaenco of
Klnttloy'i InbrniHtion and ISuller'a ad
vice, Moultonchanged hit itttemont, but
forgot to alter tbo corretpondonl't letlere.
Klngiley'a otly auggeition of paying
money to Tiltcn, wm a remark mado
publlcy by him to the effoet that Tilton
uoed not for mtney, ho could havo $5,000
if ho needed It. No friend or couniol ot
Mr Ileeeber in any way authorlz.nH ,r
countenanced tbo attorit of Kicgiley In
the direction ofcompromlio. It wa purely
a voluntary Interference on hie part, and
was doslgned for in vrotectlon of Moul
ton. MOULTOX AND TILIOX.
Frank .Moulton arrived at hono early
tbit morning. II o retuiod to gh'o audi
ence to eay one. Tilton U al lili own
homo nnd alio declined intorvlovu. lloth
aro laid to be ot.gaged on nov etato
monti. MOULTO.S'H STATIHIKT.
Tho Urooklyn Argui, to-day, report!
Moulton as gpeaking at followi : Tho
world now kuowi that my honor laa been
impugnad, nnd I thall publish mr i tn lo
rn on t in full, exactly m it whs written
lint. It ! already tn a printer's hands.
Ho eaid hia printer had promlted him
that ovorytbing ebould be roadj in time
for tho itatement to appear In He morn
I&K und ovoning journal of Saturday
next.
tub committer's iicrovr.
Tho.prospect of a report Irorn tho in
vitigaling committuo on Friday evening
Is to geod that the trusteei havo dlrooten
the large church to bo made roady for use
in case tho lecturo room prnvsi inade
quate to accommodato tbo large numbor
who doubtless will desire to be proiont.
Nothing but new and uuforieon circum-
itancni will provent tbo report balm;
mado nt that time.
tilton's buit aoainht iikeuiijeii.
The followinc lottor wai addressed bv
Tilton's attornoyi to tbo Kev. Henry
Ward Hoechur on Monday 1 7th, init.:
Itev. Honry Ward Heechor Sir: We
have been retained by Tboodote Tiltou to
commence auit against you. Will you
ploaeo indicato tho atlornay who is
authorized to appear in your bohnlf, tbat
wo may larva papers upon htm.
Yours, etc.,
MoiiniS & l'KAMALL.
To tbo foregoing communication Shear
man A' Sterling, attorneys of record of
lloecher, this morning mado tho following
reply :
Messrs. Mourns & I'kaiis all :
tlJGKNTS: Understanding that you con
template tbo commencement of nn aotlon
at law on behalf of Thoodoro Tilton
against Hov. Henry Ward Uoechar, wo
bog to inform you that wo are authorized
to appear for Mr. lleeohor in nil legal
proceedings and thai we request in his
namo the immediate service of papers
upon us, oither at our oftice, or it service
can be made before 11 n, m., at No. 81
III ok s street, Brooklyn,
Your obedient servants,
HllSAllMAN & Htkiilino.
TIHon and Moulton wero In consulta
tion a long time to-day.
PECULIAR DEATH.
PiTTsniLD, III., August lit. At on
early bour this morning nn aged and
(coble-minded man, named Wm. MantK,
Attempted to climb from a window on tbo
llrit lloor of Ills dwelling during tho ab
sence of tbo rest of thu family, when bo
slipped and foil forward. Tho window
fulling on his logs, hold thorn tight whllo
his body hung down on tho outilde within
ii fow inches of tbo ground. Ho was un
able to oxtrioaio nuuaeir, ana no porion
being within tho sound of bU voice, bo
hung tlioru until tuiiocated to doath. lie
was discovered sbortly atterwards,- but
was past recovery. lio was it native of
lleuo-Uaiiel, over nigut years of ago, and
naa corveu unnr mui'iiur ni Waterloo.
legaC
BiT.iNonian, III., August 19. Judge.
Treat, of tho United States district court,
has ordered u writ of msmlutnus ngalnst
vun supervisors oi jimuuuuui county, ro
quiring tnom to invy n lax nt ono por
cent, on nil property in tiut county,
the procooda to ba paid on JudgmouU
A.3STX) WASHIirGTOlT
against the county on tbe rourt-bouse
bt di; also a further levy of thrce-fourtl
of ixieper cent, for current expenses of tbe
oounly j and any (iirplus of tbo amount
nalir.ed, after paylr g current oxpei $$, to
be applied to the psytnuntol judgmiatl ia
band suits.
It is thought tbnt tbo supervisors will
obey tbo wall this timo, and place tho re
sponsibility an tlio lax-payeu, and thtii
avoid nsotber arraignment for cootompt.
"crime.
The Code Finds Two Vic
tims in St. James
Parish, La.
BOTH COMBATANTS FALL.
DEAD AT THE THIflD FIRE.
TXIX COUI IK DUISIANA.
N KW VHLXAXt. AUC 1st 18 In tho nar.
lib of St. James, to-u.v. a member of tba
loglilaturo, and M. Kichard, Depu y
Sher.ir, fought a duel with Smith & Wet-
son revolvers, nt Ultoen paces. Tho llrit
two shots neither woro hit. At tho third
nhot both fell, Mortally wounded. Kach
man was bit in the rlubt s de undor the
armpit. Oray expired almost Instantly,
and iticbard a fow momenti after. The
quarrel grow out of tbo recont parish lie
publican convention. Tbero was a split
in tbo party, and ono faction was driven
from tbo convention with black eyes and
bloody noses. Then those !elt In tho con
vention fought among themselves, and
when tbe deputy iherille rushed In to
make arrests tbo convention t'irnod upon
the latter and bvat thorn terribly. Aftor
the convention It. Johnson, editor of
the St. James Sentinel, and J. Helm.
editor of the St. James Kopublican, each
espousing ono of tho factions, oponod a
newspaper warfare, and they became very
bitter toward each uther. The division in
tho radical ranks was thus widoned and
encouraged by tho respective adherents
and Johnson wai at last urged to mako a
personal attack on Holm, which bo did
by beating him with a stick on Saturday
lait. Helm djd not resist the attack, nor
did bo afterwards demand satisfaction.
His puorilo conduct so Incensed Johnson
that hu challenged Holm to mortal com
bat, but Holm refused to tight, ltlcbard,
however, oupoused Helm'ecauie, and pub
licly insulted Johnson for tbo purpose of
makinc him tisbt. Johnson challonzcd
him on Monday, and tbo hour, placo and
weapons woro selected, xno authorities
got wind ot It, arroitod both men befuro
they could meet, and placed them undor
pcaco bondi. Dr. Gray then camo for
ward aud loudly proclaimed in public tbat
both partlos wore cowards and woro afraid
to light. liicbarJ would not sub
mit to such insult, and dctormlnod. desnite
of his poaco bonds, to flight the man who
bad traduced him. lie sent a .friend to
bim on Monday nigbt, and, the challenge
ut(c promptly accepted, the hour for tba
ugui was nxcu at hair.pait o UiU rnnrn.
inir. U -n uud un tno river bank. At tbo
appolntod timo both mon nppuarod on tbo
scuno, each attended to by two soconds
and a surgeon, lloth were calm and col
lected, and after tho usual civilities and
preliminaries, tboy took tho Ir places, fif
teen spaces apart, nrmod with Smith
wesson six-tarrcied revolvers. At inu
word both delivered the Urit Urn imultn
noausly, and both shots ranged a ttitle
wide, and tbo combatants remained un
hurt. A second Urn was demanded, and
attain did tbo mon llrmly andilolidly dis
charge! their weupons, but tor tbe lecoud
time neitbor nhot took effect.
At this luncturo tbo seconds Bought to
eflfect a cessation of hoslilltioi", and pro
tested ncnlnst further proceedings, as en
ough bad boon dono to satisfy wounded
honor; but Uray demanded n third lire,
and declared tbat ho would continue to
demand n repetition until ono or both
parties should fall. The seconds bad,
tbornforo, no recourto, and nnc more tho
combatants faced each other, still as linn
of nerve us ever: At the word tho tound
of both weapons rang out upon tbo morn
ing air together, and on tnu instant unin
tell forward Hat upon thn ground, as If
thoy had boon Iocs. Tho fccondtt and
surgeons ran quickly to them, and saw at
onco that in each case thu deadly mes
senger bad thoroughly dono ita savage
work, llotli woro struct in tho ildo, di
rectly undor tho arm, and nollbor spoko
n word after the fatnl shot. Gray died
Instantly, and ltlcbard broatlnd bis last
less man two miliums alter, l no victims
both wero white men, and life-long resi
dent! of tbo pariin. Frovlous to tbnlr
political diiroroncos thoy bad been wnrm
friends, and tholr terriblo end has bad an
exceedingly depressing Influonco in tho
community whoro thoy lived.
IHNUsaAMUK
c.
General
N. HUGHES,
Insurance Agent
OFFICE,
Ohio Lcvco, ovor MaUius & UUl'n.
tA'oc hut jlnt-ehm CompunUt
represented.
INSURANCE.
EsTAIIMSIIEJ) 18.18.
SalTord, Morris & Candee,
INSUKANCH AfJKNTS,
73 Ohio Lovco, Oity National Hank
Building, Uaiuo, Ills.
T to oldest established Agency In Soutliu
llliiiol.i, representing over
$65 000,000.00.
iCEiioa: ice!
HU8E, LOOMIS & CO.
Tal.cs great pleasur In announcing t
they are now prepared to Mipply everybody
with lVu Ifo of tho very bcBt quality, eltlur
at tlielr bouses or at the stores. Orders
should loll at tlio offlcej No. 00 Ohio
,ovce, oa-MMin
A.VSl3SrU33
i0. 200
DR. W.BLAJJW
IGERMAN PHYSICIAN.
3uaors Illrck (up nin) Cfr,er sib Stre
and Washington Avenue.
W-31-tr. (1AIKO. TI.MNOIH.
ITTOHBBN
JACOB WALTER,
UTOHER,
And Dealer In
FRESH MEATS,
fctOllTIt STBHT. 1IKT V, AglltMOTOK AMD
tOMMKKciAt,Av.d dnlng Hanny s
Keeps the best oflleel.l'prk.Muttoii veal,
oiiaSc, en-., nun ii prejiarcd to
" ibiiuiici in b accruuioie manner.
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WHOI.KSAI.E
LIQUOR J)EALE11S
No. (!0 Ohio Lovco,
uaiuo, iLLiNora
R. JONES
Boot &; Slioe
MAKER,
Commercial Avemiei
iictwcue Tciitn and Eleventh Utreel,
UAIUO, ILLINOIS.
Ik prepared to till onlern without delay.
IlehasaQne tock of lmrr.rlid lentlicroii
hand, juxt recolved from MnocrL, unil has
put down the pi-lee t tye loweft uoteli.
M 2m
F. M. STOCKFLETH.
ltcclillrr anil IVIioIomiIo Drulcr In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LIQUOKS AND WINES.
NO Ml, OHIO LKV11B,
CAIRO,
43-7-2-tf
ILLS
HO AT NTIIIIKd
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GROCER,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer tn
BOAT STORES!)
No. 70 Ohio I.ovte, OA1HO, ILLS
iSr.Speclal attention given to consign
ment and llllliur ordern. ll-'i tt
SAM WILSON,
UKALKK IN
BOAT ST0HES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
KTo. 3.XO Olxio Xsovoo
CAIRO ILLS.
1LL1AM U. HMITU. 11. V.
UKS1DEKCK No, 31, Thlrteentp reet
Setwttn Washlmtton avenue and Wsluu
tlroot Olllee Via commorclsl avenue, up
trs
MATHUS3 & UHL,
ForrtardJuj ,t Oonersl
Commission Merchants,
IVctUn la
IMi0V.I.ls aKALV n'lY AND
WKS'i KHN HHODUOK.
OaioLtVEK, . UAIno.
VY. Stratton.
STftATTON & BIKDI
WHOLESALB GROCERS
-A2JD
ommission MerchantSs
Agents American Towdcr Company,
S7 QUIP ZBrRR, CAllto.
Wood Rittonlionso & Brother
FLOUB,
AND
USNBRAI. UoMtttHBtOM MiaOUAST,
13: Ohio Lovce, Cairo.
U -ArBKa; " JC J. AYBRS
AYER3 & CO.,
PLOD'
AKD
0ENBH4L COMMISSION MK&OMNTS
Nn. tH r.HVia.OttrnriAnio. Ir.r.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
KQHWAUDtNO
Commission Merchant
U'lfAItEAOAT PltOrHIETOR.
I'rcproparcd to forward all kinds of
Froight to all points.
KTHinlucn attended to promptly.
U. A. Thoma u, d. Thouu
TIIOMB k BROTHER,
Buccesoiri to II. M.llulen,
COMMISSION ME1IUUANTS, BROKERS
AN O DIALBI18 IX
fllAiile agj I'anor Uwaewltm,
Korolfrn and Domcstlo
FXiTTXTB ITTTTa
181 Commercial Avenue,
"AIKO. . . IfcMNOW.
C. CLOSE,
QEUEUAI
Conimo1011 Merchant
And Dealer lu
Lime, Ccincut, riatcr,llair, Ac.
OHIO LEVEE.
XjTI will fell In cur load lots at manulao.
turcrii price x, adding freight.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(SucccMior to John II. l'lillhs,)
General (J ommission
FORWARO 1NG MERCHANTS,
Dealers In
HAY, CORN,
OATS, FLOUR,
JIKAL, BRAN, Ac.
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powder Companj.
KOIt. TENTH ST. A OIIIOLEVKK.
CAIRO, ILLS.
MILLER & PARKER,
General Oonimission
FORWARDING MERCH S,
Dealers In
FLOUR, CORN. OATS, HAY, 4c.
AgentB for lVtrbauk'a Soales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS.
N. II. Thtstlctvood. V. J. Thhllewood
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
OKNKItAL
Comraisssion Merchants,
ltalcnt In
Flour, Com, Ontu, Uay, ko
No. 78 OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS
UOFFKY., HAIUtJSON & CO.,
(Uuccecjors to I). Hurd a;8ob.)
AMD
Commission Merchants,
rf.OUH.ailAIIV AND HAT,
Ho 03 Ohio Loveo, UAIUO, ILLS
NKW X OIUS, UTOaIK,
WHOLESALW AND 1UCTAIL.
LkKOMST TABIBTT STOCK IV TBI CTTT
GOODS BOLD VBKT OLOBH.
lamer of Mlneieautn irs suia oeea
sucrelsU A.ven
OA1KO, ILLINOIS.,
O. O. ATIKB
WOOLC'ITS PAIIN PAINT
Utirrs all kinds nt pains. Forfait nr
1IAK0LAT
FINNANiTrrlETZ
tjeiititor AlexndM4l uUkj Unlr

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