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RAILROADS.
LL1NOIS CENTRAL RA''OAI.
SVEHCJIAJVm.
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ui s-mmr .--s i i i r t n r mi mm i i aims m.' . i
"'? VE. C. Uh
MATHU8S & UHL,
, orwardlug&fJcnerol
T1UIKH LK1VU CAtni)
Mall at.. .... lSilin.m., Dally,
Kxrrr-uo !2:.10 n.m
Kroighta 4:'M) u.tn.,...i';.ecpl bllixl.iy
rrcixmni hum n.ni.,,.,.
Freight at 1:00 l.m.,... " "
AllltlVK AT L'AIIIO
Matt at I'.'M a. in .., .... Dally
Kiprcn at , p.tu.,..., except Monday
Krolghtut .T:M) n.ni.,,... except .Monday
r roini at io:ou exrepi sunoay
rreignt at... p.m
lf3 IMT-tf. .Iambs .loliKBoN, Agent.
A'lIK CAIRO AND V1N0KNNE8
RAILROAD.
ni I i.
or Tim:.
.AIKO TO
JlNl'l NNATI AND LOUIS-
vii.i.i;.
On and alter iJiiut; 7th passenger train
n in run tiaiiy except ftuuiuyn m ioiiows :
IIOl.NU N01ITII.
Cairo, li-avo ,.6:30 A.M.
Vienna, nrrlvi Jill "
Ilarrlnlmrg, arrlvo i, n
Nurrla City, arrive ..10:1H "
arnil, arrlvo loao "
rn lllf,iu rlvo lift) "
Ml. Orjncl, arrlvo 12:10 p. f.
Inccnnvi.. arrive 1:10 "
" union Depot, arrlte.... 1KKI "
' " leave, 1:ID "
inclnn&tl. write t:o "
l.utilivlllc, arrive B:) '
tioiNfl aotnn.
i ulro.arrlvii e.Wtn I: U.
Vienna, arrive 8lt "
llarrltburg.nrrlvc ":0J '
XiorrisCltj.arrlvft,. US5 "
farml, arrive Ti'fl)
lira) villi-, anUt) litu "
Ml Oannel.iirrito -turn "
incciilie, leave V!tf."i "
" Union Depot, team 2.4f, "
' arrive...... 1") "
Inclnnatl, luavc (isM a. m.
l.ouhnllu, Ituivn Ui) "
CONNECTION).
At Caniil Willi St. Kouln nnil boullicatcrn
tram, toand IrvliiCvaiitvlllo :inl point tvetj
I. eating Ciilro ttiti a. t.
Anlvlug In KvaiKVllIu '' 1". -
Leaving Ill -W "
Arriving ltr"Calro I0;i "
At Vlncennot with Olilo and 31Ip1mIpI
rIM ay for Cincinnati and l.uiilivlllc, alid
all point cast and vetj.wltli Indianap
olis anl VlnconntK railway lor
InulanaiMiliri ami all point liorlli,
rat an 1 wort; with Bran.rllle and Craw,
lor lMlllc railway for Kvniiivllle,Ti-rra Haute,
Danville, Chicago nnd all points north, vast
and weM.
At Norri Uly with Ilia Sp-lnirrtt-M
ml llliiul.uotitliralurii railway lor Mian,
iitrt-iwn ami .bprlnglleld, 111., and xilnt
liiit'i.
St Cairo with the Ml--I..lp.l Central,
end Mobile and Ohio, fur n mint- miitb;
vvrtit alro, Arknu and lxa,ior all pulnt.
In ').tiiMi aii'lToxat.
UiUK 01TT ACCOM HOt'ATlOJJ.
I.' r c Cairo 12.-) !. M.
Monndl'lt) 1:.D '
M. II. (ioolilticil. (Ii'ti'l Tirkct Av't.
TIME TABLE.
ST. I.OUIH IltO.V M0UMAI.V
AND SOrXKIIItN KAII.HOAI).
iini..l,iie nrrl at and depart Irom the
id'.i-c rornrr tji'Velith rtreet and Coiinitur-
1:11 Avcmte a lolluwi
Tea K.xprc-K leave 1K) a.m. Arnc
'J:'M a. iii.
. lurlclon Areonimmlntlnn leave
a. ill Arrives til.
Collinilm Arcoinodallon leai' 4:00 p. in.
Arrlvcc 1-A' p. in.
: WKNTV-roi'it iioiri: i.iim than iiv anv
OTIIKK ItOITK.
Time Irora Cairo to Mttle Hock 13 honm
'lull xaram 'Jri hour.
To Jellerxni, Ti!ia, 25 holir.
To .Marshall SO hour.
To Miri;rM,rt, U)tillanj, i huiir.
To Dalian, Ti-xa, ZJ hour.
To lleann-, Tcxa, . houri-.
To llouitmi, Ti'Xa,41 hour-.
To (ialVeWiu, Texa 44 lionr.
I). Axtki.l. Chief KiiKimier.
t . V. Ili:(jt--.MIiol'Il(, Aent, Cairo.
L.V .vi-tr.
no at NToitr.t
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WirOLESALE UltOOElt,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer in
BOAT STORESJ
No. 70 Ohio l-cree,
tSr.SpfcUl attcntiou
went) and tllllni.' ordum.
0A1K0, ILLS
given to
consign-
11 -2 it
SAM WILSON,
IiKAI.KIi IS
BOAT STORES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
3ro.
xio
OlUo
Ijovoo
CAIRO
ILLS.
DON'T BUY
rntlll mH have examined t tin out) coin,
iilctu and larKOStctock iirCoiireetloiierr ever
L pt III Cairo. Kver dealer cliould know
liiJeiin buy rllenper anil Hettci frood where
they are made, than fiom aemid haiitl ileal,
eri. lieiiieml.cf there i- hut one place to do
tub.
UAiNDY FAUTOKY
ROSE' TEMME
Manufacturers "Wholctalo and
Kotnll Dealers In
Confectioners Goods.
No. 17U Wftililngton Ave.
Cairo, Illc.
AT ONCE
I lniv illraot Irom
thn only Mamilactiirluj; (JoiiI'ectlonciH 111
Hmithiiril IIIIiiiiIf.
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
IMPOBTEE
lti'L'tlllt'i' nntl Wholcunlo Healer In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LITMUS AW) WINES
NO; til, OHIO LEVKl
CAIRO,
- ILL
tr
T ' I " IIIIH IIMIIIIMMIII llllimTMinMniMiMMWTTI1MMraMMMMWlMMtimiri-.i
VOL.
PLANTER'S
50 Ohio Leves -
33DMUND HUEFNEIt, Proprietor-
Tim l'lautcr'd House is located on Ohio Lctcc Street in ,
CLOSE J'HOXIMITY
POTS AiYD STEAMBOT LANDINGS
Aud in tlio Center of tliu HutsincHS Portion of the City. Tlie House is now
and conitilctc in all iln atiiiointniculu
boing elegantly fiirniMlied and carpeted,
incut and tho host of accoinmodation?.
Trunaicnl Guests 2 per Day.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
took
Offered for
GREAT EEDUCTIOH IB PRICES
nv
Gork, 8th St. and
SHEETINGS,
PIlLVLs,
G JXO I LA MS,
LARGE STOCK OP DRESS.50.0DS
LAWNS, SUITIJSOB,.-. m , t Nfe f
ALlVCAS, OllENADlA'ES.
J.ARGE STOCK OK WHITE GOODS, Victoria Lawns,
Swiss, .MarsailloH and a Large
Stock will be sold at Actual
closed out;
Call and bo convinced of Great Jiargains.
TERMS, STRIOTI-Y GASH.
' fiO 7-8-tf. ,
Bristol & Stilwell
Family Grocers,
V7
Keep every tliinj; perlainiiiK to Uio
no ol Mapio aim rauey urutericn,
W'ooJcnwarc, VcKCtablc., I'ruitx, Ac,
WHITTAKER'S HAMS,
Choke Dried Beef,
Breakfast Jlacon,
Fine i'cara and Peaches
Canning Purposes.
for
No 32 EIGHTH St.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TUJESDAY. AUGUST 25. 1874.
HODSLiwiAPHIfi.
CAIRO, ILLS
TO RAILROAD DE
The rooms, ate large and airy, besides
uucsts will receive courtcou.i treat
Day Hoarders $20 per Month.
and Boats Day and Night,
374 3.27-3m.
of m am
Sale at
Commercial Avea
BLJil ACHED MUSLINS
0 KETONES,
PERCALES.
Stock of llibbons., hisnti'rp
Cost, and continue until it is
f THE. CAIRO CITY.
'A
ft
n
A
" -iL
at
COMPANY
'ire prepared to aupVly cuttomen
vvltb the licit
iPiTTSBU&a
,! . .AMI
ILLINOIS
1
C 0A L
LXAVK OUHKli AT
lurilalllday Jlro.'r olllcc, No.
Ohio Levee;
rTrilulllJayllro.'H Wharfboa
V
t
jji ai I'.Kypuan jiiii; or
tlTAt
mo com
dumii. foot
ot
iThlrtyrel;
Special Indncemenls to Lir;e Consumers
CONSUMPTION CURED. .
l'o tho L'dltor nt Tub lltn.i.KTiN:
llnTunich Fuiknii: Von will nlelno In
form your readers that 1 havo n poaltlvu.
CUItE FOlt COSSUMPTIOJI
and al dUordcr ol tho Throat and Luiikk,
aim inai, uy iih iiiu in mi iuuimic, t
cured hundreda of eases, and will give
$1,000 00'
nr :i rii&e i Will ' liov DCI Clll. lliuecu. no
tronK la.iny faltb. 1 will ieml a hAMl'i.K,
kiikk, touffj NUffercr adilrelus me. .
iIchio thnn' Hit letter to any ono von may
inowwho 1 autferlni: from those illaeaiiei,
md ol)lle,.j'iUtuiiujy oum,
DR. Ti F. BURT,
lIDWllllniii H t. Ncm Vor
.-0;4-ja.dAswB in -
i'r'
JACOB WALTER,
1J 13 .
15 lJ "XT Jca. jj,,
And Dealer in
v.'nuTii NTRMT. 11KT. VTAailtNQTON An
('nKciAL.AVK.adolnln Uanny I.
.i... i nf ilnof. 1'nrli. Mutton Veal.
u'retc: -'iHiC I. Prepared to
kerve ruiilllleB 111 a iiceeutahlo muniier,
Kentucky Riots,
- T"
Tho Negrooa at Lancaster
Routed and tho 1 'surrec
tion Qnellod.
ARRESTING THE KINQLEAD
ERS OF THE RIOTOUS
DISTURBANCE.
THE JjAW UKKIBO BY JJbl'JSKA
WOKS IN OWKN COUMTY.
DTATM TKO&fl ni.irXMK Tll( MOM,
X.ouiTI.Lr. Kv, Aur. Htato
iroorx arrirad M Xiaacaiter thli niornlnir
and ttia mob icattrod Irnmodlatelr aftr
ward. AH outal ut that roint. Two
ritgroei wet ktlled darlne tho riot. Oor
ernor Lull tent a tl8,m t0ly for
Mxty man of tho 8ann,ia iinM Horn
whoro party wora retUtfng tho dspuij
iherlff in oieoutlng proctttet and protect.
Ing th county attorcoy lruin proiacutlng
Willli. Kuuoll and othore, for ihootln
one Birr on election day. Tbo Barifleld
riflo Uft this afternoon at 6:30 p. m. No
further particular! hare been recolrad.
hoviviLvz, Kr., Auguil 'li. Tho
Courlor-Jjurnal hat tbo following ipeclal
tolgranJ:
Htaviokd, Kt Aueuit 231 ata Jutt
Id from Lancotter; Two hundred btato
militia arrWad har at 6:80 this mornlnc,
and camred on tho public square. Tho
necrooa all icatterad last night, 'and tha
whitoi disbanded. Allii ouict. A whito
men named AVard, who1 was In tho Bal
Ion', bbuia with 'tha rifRrocJ, was a hot.
Only ona necro wai killed. There wore
eighteen of tham in tbo homo that wai
burned, and all would bate ben killed,
eicent that tha United Htatet troops pro-
Ucted them, and they escaped undercover
cf tho Federal trans. A whito man named
7olev. of Grab Orchard, beloneinc to tho
Konnody party, was killed yesterday.
Oalv ono house was burnod. bellors'
bouia would not have been burned If the
necrocs had aot fortified themselves
therein. Sellers bimiolt was not in bli
houjfl, but was said to bo in the camp of
tho unitod States soldier!. Tnero is no
immediate danger of further trouble. Tbo
blacks are greatly demoralized. Tho
wounded ire doing well. Dr Burnett la
dolnc woll; also Mr Vcakes and the child,
all of whom wero wounded, as before
stated. Nearly all tho niti.ens left town
for the country, bat many will return
homo tcday and to-morrow.
iTvrwTioK or rzDr.nxv troow.
lion. 11. . Bradly, Circuit Judtfe pro
tew, got thasberllf to take forty tnltod
tattia soldiers and protect the people.
This waa on Tuesday las', Tha lolduri
bVt.'id the court houSout as 'tho blacks
wire marohtut; toward it, and the blacks
thus relualed. Jlul for this timely order
much more blood, would bare been shed
bcfcrothil. Ua4 the soldlert beon per
mitted to act as conservators of thu peace
utdur the ahurifl, but little damage would
tavu been done. Why they were with
drawn is not known. But it Is mil vhtt
tlie csmmaadlbg oQlcor at Louisville set-
tlod,t' ,
The furegoinK may be relied upon, and
ll contain, nil news up to 11 o'clock a. m.
to-day of any importance.
From a guntleman who went to Lan
caster yeaterduy and returned to-day, I
get tbo following accouct of last night's
proceedings; At about 7 o'clock a party
or white wen had the negrdea surrounded
in SelUrs' house with the intention of cap
turiug and killing them. Tho United
Status wldlors, who havo been stationed
at Laacastor, thou came up town, at tho
requestor Town Marshal M-lllor, and tho
commandor had a couferonco with tho
leader of tho whites, and also with Miller,
at the conclusion ol which it was agreed
that If tho nosroea would como out and
aurronder, no violenco would bo done to
tbem, and tuey wouia do proiomou y im
troons. Thu cantftin .of tho troops thon
marched hia men In front or Hollers' pre
mises, waiving his whito Londkerchief as a
flag ot truoe." Tho negroes, it may bo, nut
Unuertlauuing ima aaiuuuatiauuii, n
m tiia million DoiwunsiauaiDC tuu uic
"of truce, wheii tho soldiars broke and ran
to tho x'uullc aquare, aim mtu u.uu -volley,
which seemed to bo directed more
toward a body of whites than toward the
negroes who u&d.Qred on them.
It thti tlmo Kolov. William Kennedy's
bar.koeper, wa killed. It U not cbrBet
tnat too soiaiersi Jtiiieu iji ,
known that at this tlmo bo received his
death-wound. In a few mlnulia Boilers
houso was sot on tiro, by moans ot nro
balls, nothing is "
whereabouts, or parlicipaiion m uie.o
nrocoodincs. Neither, was E, 11. Kon-
nody known to havo taloa any active
pait. rour negroea ' '-
cethor. Two of them, wero ourneu up iu
bailors' houeo. Tom thanks, ono of tho
party opposed to Bllieri, puuea out i
Sellers' houio, whllo itwas.in flaos1 ono
"Ware, whllo man who belonged to
Sellers' party.. Jlo tlao saved belleis'
arlor furnlturo. un negro wai iuu
' - I r t 1 t . n . .,1 a n
In lion, ueorpoi , wi-i b-'-v"i
which is not far from Sellers' residence.
AVbou found this morning,, his face had
h.n naarlv oat offby rate. A good many
. . 1 r k. . . nl.u am
known and reported to bavo been en-
gsged in thoso disorderly proceuuiuB..
BtUOKIl DlSl'Alll.
LaxcJUTSR, August J8-0pm-Ool
..mmn,llnn anvaral tuuaua ui
UlRrKU. . . . ,
Kentucky troops, .sent out some oi
men on horlesand thoy wont througb.tho
fields and woods to hunt up uo ugi
irv n in nviircnmo tno
TI UU nv.u -.w- m..
mi... mom u wan armou.
squad of Uol Ularku roturnoa witu
iki.i.n hi.rk nrlionors at 4 P. m-i and
. " . . .. . " . J - k..a Itnin
ii i. .Bt.i tnfti tno rm?ieauai umiv
flartKlnlv manv Of too moil
tirominoat onea nave Daen arrtiou. w
,i.. nr.v.ii si tothanuu
Uiutiuj. ..m-.. . ,A
Ur ot nogrooa n nrnn, uui it
v- nf ih blaoks aro under M
tug uMj.v-v..-. , . i . . V. . .
rest. It " boltovea tnai no iuf'
trouble will ba haa.. xno utmosv uui
ihis'bour, 0 b'm.-AWiad of soldiers uo-
In searcn oi iwin.. mc.. .
KK COUNTV OOV-
vNO LkSLIlt OtlDX
Ui OUT
idloining Uanny i. j -VR.HitroRT, Aupust 31. Thlt morn
gl.l'nrk.Muttoii veal, i-lV i o'clock. Governor Ll r re-
oaunty attorney of Owon county, detail
iDg the following facts: On tho day if
election, "Willis Kunell. James Hutsell,
mod otbort, attacked Uroen IJarr, shooting
him several times. They wero subs,
quenlly arrested by tho county author
I ties, and tho time for their preliminary
examination fixod for the 22d, at Mon
terey, Owon county, Throats having
been tnado against tho llfo of tho counlr
atlornoy If ho should go there to prose
cute them, tho deputy sheriff summoned a
guard to protect him. Upon arrival Ihsy
wjro attacked by the Bussetls and their
friends, and Qoorgo MofTord, ono ef tho
guard, was killed. Ferry and tho remain
dor of tho guard narrowly escsced with
thflr lives,
Forry closes hti dispatch by an urgotl
request to send troops or arms to help him
to arrost tho parties-
In accordance with the request the
Governor tolegrapbed to Capt. J. E. Don
ovan, commanding a company of State
Guards at Louisville, to proceed at one
to Sparta with sixty mi,n, and report to
the County Atlornoy. A special train
was ordered at onco from .Louisville, and
left at 4 o'clock this aftornoon with cum.
etc. for Cavlaln Donovan, who wilt .!
it at Iairan at 0 o'clock, and nroca.d i
onco to .Sparta by th short line.
YYUIIS itussall nas been actinr far mm.
tlmo as a Deputy United BtaUa Marshal
ata letm.il., .4 k.a A oud f armed
men about Monterey, supposed to v. ..
toe purpose or arratting William Umoot,
wno allied walker in uwentown soma
months ago.
Whitewashed.
The Inyestigatiur Com
mittee Apply the
Brush to Beech
er's Char
acter. ACQULTTED Ol' TI1K CKIMI
if Ah CHAHQKS AGAINST
HIM.
Hxw Yobk. Aueutt 53, Tho llorald
gives th following as a synopsis of tho
forthcoming report of the Plymouth
church InvcatiKeUnir. committee, 'lb
report is a somewhat lengthy document,
given, as it were, in ,two pari ono
mere revlow of the ovldonco and th
other 2 1 vine the conclusions of tho com
mittee. Of course, these ar all in favor
of Mr. Bcccher.
Tho statement of Tillon is first taken
up and cono over plce-meal, and each
main allegation set plainly forth without
verbiage, the principal prominence being
giveo, of courio, to th alleged criminal
commorce between Mr. Ueecner and TIN
liin'a wif. This ia comiard with th
ttatenianta made in hiscrosi-oxamlnation,
and the tergiversations tbera used.
It Is shown that the statements of what
ia now known aa the "ankle scan," are
not supported by the evidence of the per
son, wuo claims to nava ueen a wiimh tu
it, inasmuch as he could not iwear to its
taking placo at any particular period dur
ing a term or nine years.
The report then goes on to review Til-
ten's allegations of personal chasity, and
his calm of high moral character, com
pared with the ovidonc of other parsons,
as to his alloged oorrupt practice and
cruoinikUy Immoral conauet notaoiy in
thecaieof the girl, known aa Uuitlo
Turner, whose evidonco is given, to show
that Tilton states himself to bo what hokli
not. Therefrom is doduced a chargo of
porjury, showing that Tilton states, under
oalb, in ono Intlanco, what is flatly con
tradicted in another, the committee giving
as a conclusion to this particular branoh
of this subject, the rule in law, "That tho
entiro testimony of anyone, shown to
have committed perjury, is worthless."
Tho report thon goes on to review the
tostimony ot several unimportant wit
noises among them Mrs. Htenton com
ing at leagth to tho cross-examination of
Mrs. Tillon herself, giving bar accusations
of brutality against her husband, and of
infidelity, still furtbor showing distinct
contradictions of Tilton's accusations.
Mrs. Tilton's evidence if so quoted to give
nor dental of having ovor bad criminal re
lations with her pastor, and for her own
explanations of several of the most prom
inent portions oi nor letters.
From this tbo report proceeds to th
short statement of Frank Moulteo, as
given to the committee, and dismitsea it
bristly, as n&ving maao no caarges wuat
evor against anybody.
Finally, the lieocbor statement tlsolf Is
taken and contrasted with sevoral of the
moro serious portions of Tilton, e shewing
that circumstances, in themselves ap
parently damaging, weto in roallty easily
canablo of explanation. After this re
view, giving In detail tb more prominent
episodes of the ontiio controversy, tbo re
port sums up tbo wholo matter pro and
con, showing on one band a man standing
bofor all the world with a groat rputa
tlnn fnr nntleas nuritv. Christian char
acter, and moral worth; and, on tho other,
a man of proven bad and criminal char
acter, tbo latter making accusation against
tho former; tn ono wun notuiug m.
storv. except personal auegatioui,
proven in part to bo perjury, and sup-
. . . 1 . . . . ! -V. M. M.an
Dartoa or some lettin umu
.1.1 U..ft 4t,
m'oanine nlvon them. Th
alor II denied Ujr all uafiuit ujr
MitnHMl All WHO 111 U 111, IU . HUl wuw
- .. . i .... . . n . In,.' h nnm
hayliig tbo burden of proof, and tb other
unsupported uj "j ";
i.r. rThe committee finds that llonry
Ward Beeehor Is not guilty of ihe charge
preferred against him.
' ti i. no..i,io that a short paragraph
may bo addodto the roport, noticing tho
failure of Frank Moulton to bring any
,., AMnrn bearine upon tb subject
which can in the slightest dgr alter th
conclusions the committee nav com to.
nicjccKim TRXAcnaa a bxbmok,
u. u.nt.Ar nraielinit a sermon her to
day ti largo congregation. Btagos loaded
with visitor cam from all th hotels and
towns in tha vlointty. ui text w..
from Second Timothy, second onP".
part of nineteenth T'.r,B-Nv.rtholesi
ih, foundation of Ood sure.
Having this se.l, the Jrd knoweth thorn
that are bis."
A M IN tntcmUiig to do imincn mint nr
,,rtTparo hlu iell lu meat the rciulrement.
l,lo or orobitble uu.lomer know that he
!
.towiuw wt s-.-'- imill tilaee he
?lTOffir.pwW distributed, will tie pli ca.
'A." .'.! ...Uvvn i IV A PLAOS LAIlOlt
viwn th tT It IH TI1K CUKAI'KaT MEUlUJl
luRO?mJV.ttcT-p AD1.KS-1IK fUBUC.
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1 covins
mnni. aw wmx
mm mw mm
All
cutaneous amotions on
body indicate
the fact or
AN IMPUKE CONDITION
THE BLOOD,
OF
and tbla may, or taay not be BcnovUl.A; but
In either case the dlnraiin la nothing more
than an Insidious Voiron that
BURNS LIKE A TEUIUHLK F1UB,
as It courses through the veins, towing Hcda
ol aeain wun every puliation.
In this condition of things something is
nccucu at ouce to cicansu tnc oioou auu
SCOVILL'S BLOOD AND
LIVER SYRUP
will positively effect thlt desideratum, ex
pclllng every traco ofdlreaso from the blodo
anu system, ana leaving uie skin
SOFT, FAIK AND BEAUTIFUL.
llundrciii of rcrtillc.ites attest it' Rvalue.
I'rlcc f 1 per Ifottlc.
JOHN F. IIENKV, CUKKAXA CO.,
I'ropriolore,
8 and 9 College l'lact, Now York.
ALSO PROrUIETORS OF
Hall's Balsam for the I.iingo, Uarliollc Aalve,
Kddy'a CarlMille Troeben, Oxygen
ated Bitten for Dyspepsia,
Dr.Mott'eMverl'ilU
Dr. Roger's Vegetable Worm
Syrup, Dr. llennett.s Sure Death to
ItaU, Mice, and Vermin, Jtul llalrDyr,
Etc.,
Etc.,
Etc.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGQIHTS.
O.9.7-30-4t.w.
Yuloan Iron Work
COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
orrosiTK
IHTH ajTBEET.
JOHN T. RENNIE,
MACHINE SHOP
Fojiaxs and Firs Fittimo,
TUH KNt)IBE8,HIt.X.,HTAKBUAT
Manuiaoturea ana repaired.
tipeeial attention given to light and heavy
forEtnir. house, bridie, railroad and Jail work
and all work of a similar character.
Steam and gaa flttlog la all it branches.
A full assortment of Morris, Taskor Oo'i
Philadelphia pipe and fittings, llrasagoods
eto.. and pa fixtures alwavi on hand.'
FIFING OF HOUSE FOB OAU
WASal a arxouLTT.
Agent for Cameron a spoclal ateam pumr
and boiler feeder. The best manuracuirerf.
Coil's patent eyphon pumps, and Judson'i
patent governor and governor valve.
The following engines, ete., for aalq :
Two steamboat engines, 181 tuob bore ot
cylinder; live feet stroke, and In goodordei.
On ateamboat shatt and crank; wrot iron
One engiue for hoisting freight: 71.X1U.,
One 1QX.W saw salU engine, wtui aoaii ana
nrank lor mulv,.p
m Mann Mmmr MA.mn.i ..an..
Onenew
N ui.
eugine; toy own manufao-
ture.
Also, a secsnd-hand stave cutting ma
chine and Jointer, and warehouse hoisting
maehtn. In good order.
Kaginaa and machinery of all klndsbought
ana aoia,
I OS! ICE! ICE!
HU8E, LOOMIS & CO.,
Take irreat pleasur in oiinouucing t
iv nra now nrenarcil to supply verybody
with lake leu of the very beat quality, either
. ti.nir hnue oral the ktorte. Order
ahoiild b left at the ofllce, No. CO Ohio
Lvee. w-iM
i r
wiiiLiam: h. bmitu. m. d.
jtwien Whlwit aveauo. mIWJ
Urt Oflle VKilcomsasrelal .av, P
tr,
Commission' Merchanti
Ohio LvMHJ''.tT?Atvi Tf.-
Stration, J u T
1 ' Vr
3TRATTOflf"BmM
WHOLESALITOROCEiU
M -AND T-
ommission Mircliarrti,
iVgcnla Atucricaa.Powdot Company,
is7 oiro Kit'rjrir. Cin0.
.Wood Eittonlioiisi.rotliei
A.Vf) i
OE.vfcrtAtj CofMinsi6Si Mbiiciians,
133 Ohio Lcvec, tfalro.
Ataaik,
i rS6.J.
AYER3- hi
? L O tl' B
AJSJ
QENEU'M CQMMISS1QH JIEBOHANT
No-TH Lwvum.OntntJAnui.ir.Tj,. '
J. M. PHILLIPS,
r,ltf AlllllNfV '
Oommissioii Morclian
- ft
"iVltARJlAOAT TROPRtMon.
l'rcpreparcd-to forward all kinda of
crcigbt to, all ppjnbj.
ISsrHiHines.'t'attonilcd to promptly.
L- - ' '. I ' I 1 : l; : i : ) i :
. t , J Mil
jTHOlflBj BROTHER,
Bucjosotrs to 11. M.Uulen,
JUMMlSslllti MrlrLliHAri lS.lili.IIKK
xko nuuuii ra
Hspi nct FnnoT (Srnefirm,
foreign and Domestlo
ISi t'omtuerolal Avenuo,
OAIHO. . - ftLINOIH.
C.
CLOSE,
(IKIti.'ltAI.
And Dealer, tn
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, A.c.
OHIO LEVEE.
turera prlcen, adding frcinht.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON
(Successor o John Ji. i'hiilii,)
flonnvnl fTrtmTn iocjrtt
AN
PORWiRn 'NP, MFRP.HftNTR
Will tl,U IllhllWIIIIII W ,
Dcalcn iu
HAY, CORN,
OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN,
... ... t.a: il t) l n J.-
COBvTKNTll ST. Ji OHIO LKVKB,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MILLER & PARKER,
n i rt J::
Ul 1311131 lit VVUlLLlIllOlU
FORWARDING MERCH S.
Dealer in
KLDTIH. CflRN. OATS. If AY. &
Agcpts for'Fairbank'n Stales.
OHIO LtVtt. UAirtw IUU
. . . . a mm mm III
-r fri i . . i . r f ni ILtlnvwrt.
THISTLEVyOOD&CO.
oi:nkiul
m. t ir : .1 1
u UlXlJItluuulUU lb hmwmm
Ujalers ii
Flour, Com, Oaft Hay, &
No. 18 OUll LKYKE,
CAIRO, ILLlNO
rowvy-S. HARRISON Si CO.,
(budcehkont toD, llurd A Don.)
AND
Commission Mbrchanta,
STt.OUBOBAIX AHP .HAT.
No 03 Ohio.Levoo, CAIRO, lliLfl
NEW XOttK. m'OUC
'WHOLESALE and retaili
I
lAmoaat
i
VltlSTT BTOOIt xv. toi oi
firOODB SOLD VSB'r OtOBB.
finiii mt tB'et1
"w awiat Armu
T O. O. FATUI
W00MTTB PAIN PAI1
cUrc all JtlBdsolpalw..,Wa ky!
BiBGLATBBQ'l
, FINN AND METZ
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