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LL1NOLS UENTHAL '.AKOAD
. J. M. PH D 1 I do"
11IAINH LKIVR CAIIIO
Mall at 12:lSu.m., Dally
Sxnresia iWBi n.tn
freights 4:0) n.tn.,.. .except Sunday
Froijrm si .. .,uix n.m
rrlKUt at . 1:00 p.m.,. . " "
AIUUVK AT CAIIIO
Mill at I 30 a.m., ..Dally
Rxprcssat '.!:0. p.m except Humlay
freight at . ,7'JM a.m.,. ...except Monday
rrelxhlat . . .111:10 p in., ivxecpt aunuay
rreigiu at :w p.m
lWJ-'J.lT-tf. .Umkij Johnson, Agent
CAIRO & ViiNCKNiNES R. H.
AI'OLIS, ClNU.NN , I
KOUUTKEN HOUHS EACH WAV, AND
ALL DaYI.IGHT Ill.'Ni.
Indianapolis anil Cincinnati Express
Leaves v'alro bin A. M.
Arrive, arm! lu.ufi "
Via Ht. Louis and ."ouiheaitern It. It.
Arrlvn Krantvlllc .1:45 r. m.
Arrive Vlncenues "
Via Indlanapolle nnd Vlnccnne", It. It.
Arrtrti Indianapolis 7:00 v. M.
Mi Ohio mid Mlstllppl It. It.
Arrlu North Vernon r:if r. m.
.Write, .iiic'nimtl m "
Arrhti Loui-tlllo t-M "
Leaves Indianapolis ft:?W A. M.
Leaves Inctniutl M "
J-eaVei l.oiilitllle J0 "
Air vi.- Imennce 'lift r. i.
I.eatts llnctniiei -M "
Leaves L'van.lilc 18:t0 "
Ari.tel . aruil S:it "
Armcs Ulro 10:30 "
UOUNU LIT! ACCOM MOl' AT ION
Leaves 'nlro 12M ainl 5:l r. M.
" Mound City 1:10 and JO "
.Making rloo emiiieitlon In and from all
point. Kat and North, at liidlmapoll, and
incinuall, and to ami from nil point'
-outli utid Weit ol Cairo by rail and
M, It OooiiKirn, II. 1.. Momtltx,
leri'l Ticket Ag't. dcuiril Siip't.
ST. LOUIS I HON MOl'.NTAlX
AND .SULTIIL'IIX KAILI10A1).
OmnlliiKesurrlve at and depart from the
nfflre rorner Hetenth street and L'ouiuier
clal Avenue a' lo.lotvs
Trxn r.xprct itaies 1:00 a.m. Arrives
S:io a ru.
(. lurle.ton Acnmmodatlori leave 10.W
a. m Arrive" H:4!ia. in.
Colnmltiik Accomodation leaves 4:00 p. in.
Arrivun M p, m.
IWBNTV-KOUt Unfit Til AN MY ANY
Timo from Cairo to Utile lto k 13 hours.
To Tcxarcau.i "1 hur.
To Jefferson, Texa., VA hours.
To Mar.rnU'J'l hour.
To Mireteport, luultana, 20 hour.
To Dallas. I rxa', 30 houri.
To llearnc, Texa,, 34 hour.
To Ilo'l'tuu, Texas. 11 hourr.
To (Ulvetoti, Txa. 44 hour.
II Axtei.i.. Cblnf Unidneer.
L V' Ilr.t KMiiofno, AKent, Cairo.
. VV YUILS.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
TOltNEY v COUNSKLOU AT LAW
Offlltc Over Klr.t National Hank. S-l.V3m
John II MuNer. William C. Mulker.
MULKEY &. SON,
ATT0K KYS AT LAW
. i,s,ra utroit, hetween Oimmer
u V7' iiiUilon avenucii. HMf.
GREEN & GILBERT,
.nnnvQiM niHi at law.
w mum 11. urcen,
William H. Ullliert,:
tit K (illbert,
irtitlon given lo
Ohio I.evrc, lloomt .7 and S ov
Cltr .N'ntloLul ll.uik
mmmwaI Tfiin q rf ant
Ohio Lcvcc, over Mathua k VhVf.
but firtt-cluts Companies
S U JtCiLXM
fforrt. Morris & Cnndc
73 Ohio Levee, City National Bank
iiuilding, UAino, ills,
' m nlde.it established Agency lu Souths
JlllnOU, reprccullutJ out
TIIK FORTY-FIFTH ANNUAL
tTuuTtttf nf Ktudlni In tho
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY
Will heptin on
OXUAY, SEPTEMBER 7th, 1874.
ttnna to paronti, &c, sc., appij 10 or
KEV. JOS. O. 7.K ALAND, S. J.,
. rouli Unlvorlty. HI. Louli, Mo.
SO Ohio Lcvce -
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
The I'lantorS Home U located on Ohio Lcvco Street in
CLOSE PR0XTAI IT V
POTS AND S'niAMBOT LAi DINGS
Anil in the Center of the Ilucincx- Portion of tho Citv. Tlio Hodko i new
nd cotnplcto in all Km appointment.
cine elegantly furnished and carpeted.
merit nnd tho hest of accommodation!!.
'ransiont Gucsta $2 per Day.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
Cor.. 8th St. and
,AEGE STOCK OF DEESS GOODS
IAKGE STOCK OF WHITE GOODS, Victoria Lawns,
Swiss Marsailles and u Jjargc
Stock will bo sold at Actual
Call and be convinced of Great JJargains.
TSSTaiYlS. STRICTLY CASH
JOSIT P. GAMBLE
Tho Best nnd Chonpcat Wugon Man
oxxxo x. in V E 33
NKAU 3'lTll hTBEET.
And Dealer In
Eighth Stkkkt. iii:t. iVadiunoton and
(JummkhihalAy nilloininu Uanny
Keiiun thi' lieiitof ItRef. Pork, Mutton veal
hiiiIi. l.au.vun. te.. iin.l l piepurvt! to
gcr. fiiiullli- hi uuccoptublB uianiifr.
Kfctlllcr nnd M'ltolPsald lloah-r 1
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LIQUORS AND AVINES.
NO III, OHIO IiEVEC,
BTjXir.aBTX2j' BtrxXiUnsro -
- CAIBO, IIIS
TO RAILROAD DE
The room, aro lorta and oirv. hesidea
Gaeeta will recciro courteous treat
Day karders $20 per Month.
and Boats Day and Night.
III DRV GOODS
btocK 01 iviuuons. i.nis enure
Coat, ana continue until it 13
THE CAIRO CITY
Are prepared to tupply tuitomen'
with the oeit
LKAVK OltDKIlB AT
(STHallliiay llro.'a office, So. "0
tiTAt Kioptlan Jllll; or
E3At the coal dump, foot ot1
Indacemenis to Urn mm
M. R. KUEHNE,
C01t.l3TII AND WALN UT STREET
r. o. Hoi bo.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
tlnppy Itclluf for Young Men from tlio ef.
fro ol Krrora and Alnisea In catly life,
Manhood Kchtorcil. Impedlmrnts to Mar.
rlage r moved. New method ot treatment.
New and remarkable remedies. Hooks and
circulars sent freo In sealed envelopes, ad-
Ires-. IIOYVAKI) ASSOCIATION, 4I
North Ninth St., rnlladelphlu. I'a.,-an
Institution hiving a high reputalton for
honorable conduct and professional skill.
, cox, xao-xx aTraisxci-
An Armed Mob Ope
rating in Kfew
GOV. KELr OGG'S ABDI
Ill KvosiL'Iil In (luil 11.
rcction Kt'Iii' Itvlci't
t . Hi; C'an'l
The Peopla Advised to Arm
Assist the White Leagues.
I'KXX ISSUES A 1'ROCLiJIATION
CAI.LIXW OUT THE 3IIMTIA.
He .nnKcv Several Ken
Tin Streclc Ilarrlcadid, ninl Conlil
eralile XkirmWilntr (.olnir On.
SKVE.N' KEI'OUTKU KILLED AlU)
'o Further Conflict Apprehended He
Sew UNLKArK, Sjptember 11. Id ro-
pon.e to a cull lor a mai. nicolini? on
Uanal itrrel thli morning, to protett
cainit Uii itizuro of arun of private
citlzuni, citiisn bgau to tiM -inl'io about
Oo clock-, aad itr 11 o'riocic ma Droaa
idewalka of tbo great Ibotouforo neio
filled tor ereral inu.rei. .Maoy itorct
were cloted, and there ieem to bo a very
gvneral iupenfion ot bu.meii. At tbx
oour, l- in , aaareitea nro oin) aeuverea
from the bale of lb. Ulay itatue.
rio dlilurbanca of any kind nat oc
Two eoinpanu. nf nu ;tatc troops
arrived tbli mornlnc, and Marthal l'acL
aid repor e a regimen, on route from
Holly Spring!, Jliti , tor thli city.
KELl.OCU ASKED TO VACATK.
3 I' M. The citir.ent' nieetinz hai
adopted resolution! requiring thu uuni.-
diate abdication of Gov. Kollnsu, and a
committee coniiitin; of 11. II Mann,
chairman, Julei Tuy-i, Samuel Cjapen,
Samuel Uell, and J. il Selxai, weru up.
nointedto wait upon mo governor, Ana
the m.etiDf; U awaiting leu report of the
3:30 r. M. The cornmilteo or five, fip-
painted by the Canal etrcnt matt meeting,
calltd at tbu executive olHrc, and, ai tho
governor v.a not pretent, IlriKjdlir Gen
eral Dlable of tho covcrnor'i ttalV, re
ouivod tho deleyatlon.
.Mr. Mann, a ipouoimau, lain inattnev
had called ai a committee ty intorvlow the
After ft brief abionco, bo roturnod nnd
made a reply which, at the request cf .Mr.
Munn, wai reduced to writing ui follows:
THE UOVKKuK a lir.l'l. r.
(Jen. Dlable I havo comn.unlcntcd
with the governor, and ho directs mo to
av to You that lie must aecuno to receive
any cointnuication from a committee ap
pointed by tho inaia meeting anetubled
on Canal etreet. Ha does to, 1 am in
uructed to say, be;auso he has definite In
formation that tuoro aro now auamuiea
several large bodic of men, in dilleront
Darti of tbu city, wuo are mot ai tne can
. . . . I. . , . i . V, 1 . 1.
WulCtl COnvOuUS lliu uins uiMviu, nuuu
,r I. . l. .
you repreienv. no regaru iui si
mOUaCO, anu lie 1 1 1 rwueivo liu wuiumui.
cations under tnese circumsiancc...
He fuithermoro dirocts me to say mat,
should the peoplo acsomblo peacably and
without menace, n. woum aeom u on. ei
his bigbeit duties to rcteiv. any comraun.
Icatlon from them, ot onturtaln any petl
tion addref.ed to tho Rnvernment I have
received and answered you, guDiieuien, a
a member of hU itatl'. H r. O. Diaulk,
lirlgadior f.nd judge RUVOCate g.nurai oi
tho JiOtllliana oiaie um'iin,
TUE I'SOfLE ADVISKBTO ARM.
cr. nuuu ait. Us.... irplit urlly as
follows: "I repeat thai more aro no
armed rioters. There are no armod men
on Canal stroet, to far as wo know. V e
come on a niliiin of pece and wo believe
that if tho governor nau acceeued lo the
propcsltion wo brought to-day, which was
to abdicate, it would have pacified the
neoDle of Louisiana and might or would
have prevented violence or bloodshed. So"
far as we are coucorned, wo are prepared
to pledge to him no victim in person snd
proporty, aud we feel in n position, on
the contarry, so assure him that thoru
should be perfect immunity to both."
Tbo substance ot the foregoing reply
wss subsequently, by Mr. Mann's request,
reduced to writing.
Gen. Dlable, on tbo part ot tho govern
ment, rcplMi I havo to repeat what 1
said bofore, that whlln tboro m:iy bo no
armed men on Canal itreet thern nru
armed bodies within a short dlstnnco, ns
anmbled on tho isiue call ns your tnejs
The committee then retired nnd soon
after reportfd too remit of this Interview
to tho meeting. ...
The people wore then edvlsed to go
home, got their ami mi; ninesunitlon,
and return tonsslnthn hlfe Lesgmr',
who were then under arms to cxecuto
The people then qui. ir i '
AlterWSrUftUlie "" l.-rnn n
in procession and marcnea up uamp
A rXS HANIPKaTO
Tbn oxtra Hull-tin, luel at 4 p. m.,
contains tb" following proclamation;
To the l'onpln of Louisiana:
Tr two years vcu have borne with pa
tlenoo nd fortitude a great wrong.
SEPTEMBER l. 1874.
Through fraud and violence tho govern
tiiento! your uliolro )ia been uvrihrown
nod itt power murped. J'rotet aftor pr
lest, appeal alter appeal to the l'ctldont
of Ibe Unllfd tilalrt and In Coogreia
have failed to you the relief you had
a right under the Conititutionjio demand.
Tbu wrong hat not been repaired, On
ht contrary, through the Inilrumentality
partisan )udg! you are debarred from
.i Irtgtl romedy, day by day taxation has
increasing, with cciti nnd penallUi,
Mnoiinllng to conflrcalion of your prop
nrty , jour sulxtance iquanderad, your
r.iulling ih the failuro and bankruptcy
ol our iuo,t valued Inititutions, I'lie
right cf suH'iage l virtually taken lrom
jvj l) the euncliuMnl of skillfully deviled
registrallou and el.otlon laws. 1'b. judi
cial branch uf your government has ti.en
stricken dowu by the oenversion of tb.
legal pofi- comitatus of the sherifl to the
uiu ot tb. usurper, for tbo purpose of de
feating the decreet ot tb. courts; hit defi
ance of law. leading blrn lo u Itt. rerr
force for the arresl of the sheriff while hu
was eocsKvd i" Ihu execuliun of lbs pro-
csis of tbo court; to these may b. added a
corrupt and vicious legislature concern
n the laws in vlolat.oa of the constitu
tion, for the purpose of guarding and per
p'tuatlng the usutpod authority. A Met
trupolitan fHjllce, paid by the city, under
tho control of the usurper, quarters upon
you to overawe and keep .you in subjec
tion. Every public right has been denisd,
and sr if to goad you to drsperatiou, pri
vate arms aro ( el 7.cd nnd individuals ar
rested To inch extremities are you
driven that manhood revolts at further
rubmiislon constrained 'rom a isnsu of
As tho legally elocted lleutonnnt gov
nor of tbo stale, acting coventor in tho
abtenc. of (jnvernor McEnry, I do
hereby isiue this my proclamation, call
ing upon the militia of the state, embrac
ing all persom between the ages of eigh
teen and lorly-flve years, wltbout regard
to color or pmvious condition, to arm and
assemble under their respective officers
for the purpois ot driving tho uiurpets
Given um'or my band and seal the
ltihday of September, 1874.
(Signed,; D. It. I'e.nn, Lieut. Gov.
Exectjtivk Dhtaktment State or
Loi'siana, New Orleans), Sept. 1-1. J
OE.NKKAL OKDin 0. 1.
I, Gen. I'redHrick M. Ogden li hereby
appointed 1'rovitijcat Ciecer.lct tho Lou
nam State Mllitta, and will al once as
sumo command and organize Into oompa
niff, regiments snd battalions.
II. line. Ogden will report tho namss
of .latf. regimental and curopunr ollicers
to this department forthwith, to kn com
nittlnnvd Ily commsnl ot IK U Venn, Lieut.
Governor, and Acting Uovermr and
Commander in Chief of the State Milllia.
TO OUR CJLOUED r III ENDS.
New OhlkaKs, Sept. 14, 1874.
To tho Colored People of the State of
In the grand roovemint now o foot
against tbo cnormitlea of the rulo of Kol
liyg i usurpation, r.t assured lbt no
harm Is meanttoward you, your property
or your right! I'ursue your uiual avoc
11. ns ana yuu will not bo moleilod. W'o
war against the thieves, plunderers atd
spoilers of the stslc, who are involving
vour racij and ours in tho common ruin.
Tra rights or the colored 1.1 well as tho
white race we are determined ti uphold
taiBuod,) D. 11. Pens,
Lieutenant Governor, Acting Governor,
nod Ctitnmandor in Chief of Louslana
BUOT-QUN AT THE VRONT.
Tbo pooplo -cm to have responded
with alacrity to Ibe advicw given thMin b)
Dr. Heard, one uf tbu speakers at tho
Canal urett uieotlng. Uy thr o clock
p. m., armed men were stationed at tbo
intersection ot nil .UiU on tbu south
side of Canal street, from tbo river to
About four o'clock p. in. a body of
Mmropolttatis, about SU0, with cavalry
and artillery, appeared al tho hoad of
Canal street and took pontion. Gen.
Longstreet, commanding, accompanied by
an ordorly, then rode up and down Canal
street, ordering tbu armed citizens to dis
perse. Some deiultory tiring soon after
occurred along Canal street, and soiim
few casualties aro roportol on both sides.
Th Metropolitans are reported to havo
broken nt the tint Ore, lh citizens cap
turing ono piece of nrtlllery. The clli
zsns are now
KVILDINI) A llAUUICAIIi:
along Voydras street, having already cap.
tured the City hall and taken possession
of tho tiro alarm telegraph. The pollcx
mleL'ranh lines nr. woraed by a battery
from ibe Citv ball, anU havo bt-cn de-
tacbod therefrom, rundering them useless.
Thert is one company of Unlloil btales
troocs here, but thxy remain at tho out-
Spectators of tlio lively scene being en
aeted in front of thorn stain that tbo
authorities iram to have great conlldenco
In their ability to deal with what Ihoy
term an armed mob, nnd say unlcsi th
peoplo di'p.rae Ibeta will bu
1H.OODY 1VOEK TO-MUUT.
IJarricades are erected on all the streets
between I'oydras and Canal, and tho peo
ple's party hold all that portion of tho
olty above Cutis). Tho Metropolitan- aro
massing in snd nround Jackson square
and the nt. J.ouis notui. iuero qui.o
. .h-.rn tlL'ht at tnu river nnd of Canal
droot, aboiit four o'clock,
of killed is estimated by soma as high as
flfty, and many wounded. Oapt.J.M.
West, s printer nnd well-known news
paper correipondent, and 15. A. Toledano,
wero killed ou tbo cltuens' sido. A num.
ber of Metropolitans are reporteu mnou,
nnd Gun. Itadger is seriously wounded.
Tho colored men, of which tho Metro
politan brigade was largely composed,
broke and ran upon the Utst tiro, leaving
their whlto comrndos, a number of whom
were killed snd wounded. Wo will ru
port casualties as fast as they can be ascer
tained. T11K SITUATION.
The streets nunve Canal aro well DIM
win firmed olliiiens. The Impression
now prevails that no further attempt will
be in.do bv tb Metropolitans to disperse
.-i. .MinMiii. who hsnllsd them so
mo.. i r . .k. -it..
mirhlv this aiii'riiouii v,..j
ablv 0 let niriiiiKin.il., '.
" s,,ocil uttL-nttoii it .mHoiI to oil
l"lv- . t ... m.ite ultli
I street railroad ears. Six or eight either,
. and tw.ntv or thirty Metropolitans woro
' billed in the flijht this afternoon, snd
many wouniiu u ui..m
TKXT or Tils; CAbu
The following s t.io c. . ..S". j
. .. ..ii a ... nr.
business wen snd Arms undar
street meeting cf loJay aium-
CiTiZKf..s cr New Orleans: - r0r
two years you have bson illoat but Indlg-
, tiant sufferers of outrago after outragti,
beap.d upon you by an usurpini govorii
ineiit. Ono by one your derr.st rights
' have been trampled upon until at last, in
th. supreme h.lght of Its Insolence, this
mockery of a republlann government hs
dar-d even to deny yuu that right so soN
emnly guaranteed by th oomtmnion c f
tho United States, whir h in nrlicla 2 of
the amendments, declares thnt the rls-tit
, or the people to keep and bear arms shall
. not be Infrlncsd. In tlis rsmMn.i.
to whose inviolato purpetuuv our fathers
pledged "their lives, their f.nUr,e and
their eacred honors," It was a'so deRl-,rnd
inal even congress shall rnski. no Uw
abridging Ibe right of tbn poopla topaet
ably to assemble and peliu m tb govern
hedrem or ORIEVAK'V
It now rumalns for " ffcertain
wb.tbor this right nnr ii .. r i amain, tn
U, lV therefore csll up.. ii ,i o;i .Hon
dar, Uth of .SenMml-r. ,. vtoto vmr
fifim vi uutintHi, triiioui i nntfe excep
tion, nnd at 11 o'clock a.m. i. a-sembtnnt
the CUy statue on Canal ureet, and in
tones loud enough to b beard throueh
out the longlh and breadth of thu land,
declaro thai you ought to be and inan to
A CALL TOR l !. All'.
Wasuimitoh, Sopotcmber It Intelli
gence comes from .New Orient. in such
terms as jualiUc- thu assertion tbst Gov.
Kellogg upon thj president !'..r federal
aid to support tt) state R'lthoritins in
suppressing dctc.stio violence, thi legis
lature not now being in ecrsii d. Should
the call reach tho pio'ident tMirrovr, it
may become, a matter for cabinet consid
eration, as he wll not leave lor Long
Branch till tit-morrow mgbt.
Geo. A. 3. Iltdger, eunirnanding the
Metropolitans, received three bucU-shot
wounds on., through tho leg, ono through
tho area, and another through the, ividy.
His lg bss linen been amputated. The
general, beiHei tbo gun-shot wnunn, re
ceived a boavy fall, hit horse being killed
'i p. m. The city is quiet throughout.
Surevei'OUT, iSeptembor 1 1. Tbo ac
tion of the people of New Orleans hos
been recoived with the gresteit enthuti
aim by the peoplo of North Louisiana. A
meeting was bold in this city to-nigbt to
lake action upon tho proclamation nf
Acting Governor l'enn. Speeches were
mado by leading eititlzens of tho Jin.tish
sdviiing moderation and klluring ttin col
ored peoplo that no violence wa contem
plated, nnd lb tit their rights would bo
Tho undurtignod wero nppotnted n
committed to telegraph thu rtijent ot tho
associated press nt New Orleans lust
while the movement in North Louisiana
is complete, It will be bUodless. The
parish olllclali elected tn 1H72 will bo In
stalled nt 10 o'rliicU to-morrow morning
The militia will bo Tganijsed nt 11.
I. Signed, AV. 11. Eoan,
.1. C. .MONCt-RK,
A. It. Lvo.VAKll,
LATER 0 I'. M.
Wo learn the fullowing by n telesMin:
The war in this city (Sew Orleans)
canio to n cloie nt 11 a.m. There was
great excitement during the night, sums
few shot As to which sldo they belonged
we could not lonrn.
A regiment of regulars from Holly
Springs, Miislssippi, arrived by ti ipec.nl
train Ibis nflurnoon. They With two com
panies already in the city, were scattered
about the prinririnl ttroeU nnd their pres
ence with tho stringent measures adopted
by tbo authorities hud n i;ocd ellWct nd
quieted tho tumultuous crowd that bud
played such bnvoc the previous any.
Mr. James Johnson, ngent for the Illi
nois Central railroad, rocoived tlio follow
ing tolegrnm Inst evening :
Sr.w Or.i.r.ays. September 15
James Johnaon, Agent, Cuir :
War ended this a m. City perfectly
quiet Trains running ns muni
NEW LUMBER YARD.
COK. SEVr.NTI.'i:.TH ST. .IND cor.-
Tho iiiiderslgneil liu inir i'talilllii'(l n
new imnhor yard in euniieiilun wst It tuuir
s.iwiulll, uro iireparcil u lurin-li nil klucU ot
building iu.iturl.tl, micli .it
VINE, OVlMtUSS, 1'Ol'liAK
Snucial iillclltliill Is iMlleil to our Mtttii'
tioit, Wuxoii anu Agricuiiiir.ii iiupicmiiic
Material, which will bo ftirnlnhed oil hurt
notice In largo orsmill qumiiltles.
A Lime stoi-k of dicari liniiber on hand at
our will, w hlch ivlll bo mid at ?3 to 9IU
t itllsaiul In carloud lots. Also ihui
shinnies flirnUhed in any qiiaiUlty. .
' t.. t luridTvii .l;
.., . w . .
FO It IV A 111) i SO
I'reprepsrwl to forward nil kindj
Prei(jt to all poinU.
arBnlsw attsmrt-l to ommnllv.
And Dealer la
I'omont, Planter, Hair, &o.
w.:i -cii in trj, loti at manufue
VLOUli, COllS, OATS, II AY, &,H
Ajrcnts for Fairbank's Scaler:.
HiP -KVEE. CAIRO ILLS.
Mathuiw K. C.
MATHUGS fit UHL,
I'onvatdlug A General
FLO Ull, f.lCAItV;' MAY AND
Thy lis I.. D. Tnoau
TKOM8 &. BROTHEll,
MieceeOri to 1L M.Uulon,
AMD SSAUUIS IH
tilmi'lti aol I'utmjr Jrorerle,
orebjn and DoncsUc
181 CoramerclaJ Avenue,
OAIKO. - ILLINOIS.
V. Siiutton. T. Bird
Agent American I'owJcr Companj
6? O.'fO i.i:vejc, C-tlfiO.
Wood llittenliousB & Brotlior
Gn.vEitAr. Commission McncuAsr,
183 Ohio Ijvee, Cairo.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SOM.
(Suceeor to .loin; 11. 1'lillll',)
FORWARD 1UG MERCHANTS,
II Ay, CORN,
MEAL-, R1IAN, &o.
Agents for Uflia & Rind Povricr Corapiny.
:olt. TENTH 1-T.& OHIOLEVEE.
K. .1. AYH1
NEW l'UKJi. STOitK,
WHOLK8ALJE A.VJ) RETAIL.
ttsosjv Viksusrrr stook la Tills u
1iro'r MUtntMinlH mwul nail tvi.su
' . O. I'ATIK t
COFFIi,, HARRISON & CO.,
(Huooeneore to D. Hurd ft Hen.
iI.IVl.lUAIN ANt HAI.
.i ohi.. lven,
flENEBAL COMMltfeK iiSKOHAR Ti
N(l 1 l-wvaw uiu.l'sirn tr.l
DR . VT. 15LATJW
Junors Ploik iupftu) corntr 8th btrej
imA 'ntliisiploa Avenue.
Box and Saslcet Co.
OP All. KINtW, UAltn AND H01T,
Mill ami Yard
ml Ohio Lore.
;ittlt St rent