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RAILROADS.
TIME CARD.
.LltfOIS CENTRAL RAlt()AI),
T1UIN8 US1VK CAIHO
I Ml at..
. 12:lju.tn., )tjjr,
...2:30 p.m.,
llpreiM ..
IfeKht ...
I latitat,,
n.V- ". xi,opt Sunday
jIui at .
...."J U.lll,,,...
. 10 i.ni.,...
AKIIIVK IT rmifi
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rproMut 2:06 p.m oxcont Hunilnv
iiihi Hi r.rjt ... ' . .-:.
J liiifti p.m oxcept 8undy
I'O""".. I.W 11.111...... "
i8 2.17-tf. Jamks Johnson, Agent
KlIlO & VINOENNES R. R.
HI'.TW ki-
IRO, EVANSVILI.E, INDIAN-
afolis, uinoiknati and
' Louisville.
..ii.ir.r..i liuura tiAWi WAV, AM)
TUIIOUOII
CHANOKI
WITHOUT
Jidlanapolls and Clnelimntl Express,
Ecu tiro 5:oo A, ,
yo Jannl 10;0."j "
la St. l.ouli ami Southeastern It. It.
fen Kvaiimillo S-Mv.m.
Ives Vlnccnncs...,, .13:1
ji Indianapolis and YlifccmiM, Jt.Ut,
is Intllanajiotlit 7.00 P. M.
Via Olilo ami MlulailppI It. It.
i-s North eriion ri:(5 l; it.
ck v'liK'nnftU e:no "
e Louisville bM) "
Cairo V.xvnm,
leu Indianapolis Sift) a. m.
h i incummi hmj
cnl.oiiljilllo "
tun.t luvciiucs , .-'j r. .ii,
! Vlneenuua 'Jifrfl "
Eraiisvllle.,, ViM "
cs canni ,, , q:w
cs Cairo 10:tf0 '
U0UND OITT ACCOMHPVATlOtl.
! Cslro 12:'0 aud .V.OQ r. M.
Moiiml l Ity 1:10 and u:W "
md City at omodatlO!i,runn Wodncs
,ud Saturday. ;
wtnK cloie connection! to and from nil
h East and North, at Indlsnapolla and
(nnall, and to and from nil point
u ami West of Cairo by rail and
Oooimicii,
en'l Ticket Ac't.
11. I.. MOHltll.L,
General Sup'l.
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gTIME TABLE.
I.OUIS IRON MOU.NTAlX
" SOL'TIIKH.V RAILROAD.
nllmees arrive at and depart from the
corner sevcniu sireei auu totnincr
Tcnue an follow
at Express leaver 1:00 a.m. Arrives
. m.
rleiton Accommodation leaves 10:30
Arrives U;lna. m.
timbu Accomodation leaves 1:00 p. m.
jes IM p. in.
ITV'I'OUK ItOL'ltS I.HKS THAN UV ANY
I OTIIKIt 110UTK,
ic from Cairo to Little Hock LI hours.
Tuxarr.ana W bourn.
I e demon, Tela, 23 hours.
iMamhallitO hours,
phroveport, Louisiana, 29 bourn,
t Lilian, Texan, 30 hour.
Ilearne, Text. W hour,
lllounton, Trxaa,41 hour.
ialvctton, Texas 1 1 liourt.
It. AXTELL, Chief Engineer.
V. IlKQL'K.MiioUr.o, Agent, Cairo.
W-tf.
kc.
M'rrnn rnn Inltn ilirae llltlrrarei.il,
directions, and icmoln Ions unucll, pro
tbelr bciiM are not dotrojcil hy inineru!
i oroUicr IncatK, ami ltal organs witci
I ujnt of repair.
-.pi ji.ln or liiilinrailoii.Ueail.'tche, Pain
BliouMfm, Couelia, Tlst.luoi ot the L'liol.
tens. Bour i:ructallon vt the Momacli, Had
In the Moutli, Hlllous Attacks. Palnttatli a
Heart, lnnumnmllon ot the 1.iidk. I'am In
Xlon of the Klilncja, ami a hundred other
.1 arinntoma. aro llio ctTiDrlnca of Iiiner
fcji.e lioiile iil provo n Letter Kuarautcc ot
iriii man a ipiikiiijt nnveniscinenu
r l'nniilr Onliilillillll.. Ill TOUIISOroM.
cd orttnglo, el Ihv ilawn of womauhooO, or
rn oruie. incso ion 10 nuicra inpiaT no nc-
nn incucncc that liiiproicmcnt Is noun per.
r lnnnitiiiinlnrrii'l IDiroittr Xllirn-
.iii una Uuui, ii,iiuu, uoniuicni ami inicr
lit retern. UIcueHoitho Hloo.1. Liter, KM
nml UluUder, tlieho Hitters liavo no ciual.
I)tunes aro cauicd tjr Vlilato.t lllowl.
'i l lire a c nllr I'lirunlitti n rtl n
lauie. pob.r.liiff tho mcrtl or attlng an a
trful nDent In reilatltm Conxeatlon or In-
i.Ttlon of tho Liver and VMccral Organs, mid
Jiuiin uiieius.
r Miiin ni.rti.ra. Kmri'loni. Tetter. fnlt
il, UlotchcK, hpotn, Plmp.ti P.istulcs lloll,
linclcn, HlnBorln fhwd Head, Soro Hrcs,
liwlaii. Itch. hcurfH. DUcoloratlonaorihehVlii,
',r niul liiMoes or iho Skin of whatever name
.aire, aro literally Uuu up and carried out of
rslcm m a nori lime uy me uso oi incso
I ii i r rn I 'riinii.nint uroclohn VlXCOAIt
Iks the inontMondcrlul Invltforant that ever
I ncu ilia KinKiinr msieni.
It. II. HIrIU.-VAI.I .V VII
jrlits and Gen. Acta.. San rianclco, cal., Si
I t Wushinntnu ami cnaruon bit. i.
JLIl HV ALU iimmiisia a ut..i.t,iu
iinranll kllrtnrlllL' IrOlll tllO llllOVO
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L rnmincliul In nddrcsK Hit. 1'ltlCK. and
til bottlo ol tnedlclno will bo forwarded
I XMTHS, 1' KEK I .
, j'rieo inn lOKumr juijoitiii",
i tho treatment of
FITS OK Ul'lIiKl'SY
ludy for yoiiM, und ho will warinnt
L iintfalltoecndtohliu lor trial tiottlo
nv TiiniiHii oi jiim ruiiiutiv.
l,ts iiotliliijli nuu no
will tiuui: TOU.
I.... lor nrimw lmiL Ktnmlln'! vnur cajo
Y i,o, or how many othoi rcmodlcs tnity
llrculars nnd testimonials yent with
t r..llA,l
rilKB TltlAli 110TTUO.
Lddrcss
111! fill AS 'T. IMlltl!.1
OS-tl-2 3-d.tw
DR . W. JJLAUW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN: :
luaert Block(upBtiri).cotnr 8th Stre
and Wsuiugnn avouuh.
I w-3ur
oaiho.illin oi a
VOL. (5.
mint! miiK
Offered for
GREAT REDUCTION ll PRICES
I1Y
Cor.7 Oth St. and
DOMESTICS,
G-IlrGliAAlS,
.A&aE STOCK OP DRESS GOODS
AWNS, SUITINGS,
JAPANESE SILKS, SILK POPLINS,
ALPACAS, GRENADINES.
LARGE STOCK OF WHITE GOODS, Victoria Lawns,
Swiss, Mnrsaillcs and a Large
Stock will bo sold at Actual
oscd out.
Call and be convinced of Great Rargains.
TERMS-STRIGTLY CASH.
7 CO 7-8-tf.
Bristol & Stilwell
Family Grocers,
Keep every tiling pertaining to ilio
no of Ktnplo nnd rancy Groccne?,
Woodenware, Vegetable'", I'ruits, Ac.,
HYACINTHS.
Now tV the time to vot your Built for
irbi xcinter Fmccr, lie huve a ttocl;
of finer Dutch JlvlLi for tauter and
print blooming than ever before oltcrcu,
I A..... irtt.....t 4l.
lUlHJrttU luui iiuiiuim jut mi
, .nM ir Ft
Knnii fruife oj ii i, oy 11. .u. rtrr'j
Co. 1 hey can. be remit oh i choice.
A variety oj
Hynclntli
Tulips,
Crocus,
.Ioiiinll, &c.
llulli?,
Ilyaclnllt Classes.
1C Kill furnish cuUilotjue .contain-
na direction lor culture, ami manage.
mcnt of the above, frie. on .application
Will in . oracrt lor aw immi m uic
line of winter gardening.
No 32 EIGHTH St.
OAIKO, XXjXj.
JACOB WAIiTEIl
BUTCHER
And Dcalor in
;rjli t:
V.
ail
FRESH MEATS,
KiauTit HrnKKT, jikt. "SVabhikoton and
Commercial, Ayk; najolulng llanny'B
Keeps tlio best of Heel', I'orl:,3tuttnn veul
Lamb, Sautago ' etc,, and is prepared to
I erv'o families In nn acceptable manner.
OATHO, ILLINOIS, SATUHDAY, OCTOBER 3- 1874.
in Mf iiiiod:
S lc at
Commercial Ave.
SUBETTNGS,
BLEACHED MUSLIMS
CliETONES,
PERCALES.
Stock of Ribbons. This cntiro
Cost, and continue until it is
CIIAI.
THE CAIRO CITY
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coa
i arc, preprrod to nupply custoncrs
iviin ins iivtv
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COAL
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HOUSE AGENT,
COLLH0TOBS,
CONVJ5YANCKUS,'
NOT AIUKSPUJI LIUS
And I.ainl Atrentt of tho Illinois Central and
.Jjuriinuwn aim jiiBhoun u. n. uu.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lovco,
CAIRO ILLS.
C. WINSTON & CO,
Real Estate
Agents
AUCTIONEERS,
74 Ohio Levek, (Second Floor,)
'dAIRO, ILL.
Uuy and 8e)l ItKAL KSTATK, I'ay TAXKa
v Kutiilkhoa Abstmcts of Tltlo.
tSTliUnd Cotumissioiier.
TLMOBAPBjl
Wedding Bells.
M ARRIAGE OF MISS
SHERMAN.
A distinguished"affam.
A Vast Assemblage of Government
Officials, Family Friends, Etc,
lutcr-rDting J'aitlcnlnrrt About tho
UtTi iiiony, the llrlilo nnd (.room,
uu Aueiimiuts.
Y ASlltNOTOw, October 1 Tho mar
rlntfoof Tho. V i-'itch, of tho oginacr
Corjn ot tho ITnitnd tilntm Kvy, to -Sllu
Jlarln II ivies tiborman, daughter of (Jen
oral .Shernj.n, tuolc plaso In (it. Aloyilm
Uouian C utn ills Church this morning nt
11 o'clock Iho ranrriago vaa tolemnizod
ty llo Mi)!tltev. J. 11. l'urcel', Arch
buhop of (Jincinn.ttl, n pcrional friend of
-Mri. rjtorman, Tho church, which tcatf
nearly ,'.',000 ptiriooj, was denioly
crowed, that number of Invitations hav
ing httn InuoJ. Atnoni; tho guest vroro,
1'roiident Grant nnd tho mombera of tho
Cntlnot, mcmberi of tho diplomatic carp
diilini;ulahcl nrtny and navy olllcors, and
prominent civilian, nearly alt accompan
ied by ladioa; tho n-irnbor of notables
prciunt excoeditiR Ilia- on any llko occa
don ovnr aiscmbled In this city.
Tho Nuptial Alan was c lcbrulcd by tho
Moit RfV. Archbiihop l'urcoll, attended
by tho lluv. Father llosly, rresidont of
Oeorgotown Uollego; l!av. Kather iloony,
of Brooklyn, paitor of tho church to which
Mr. Fitch, tho groom, belong!; Itar dtlicr
Magulrc, paitor.and Ker Father Jamlion,
aealBtant of St. Aloyiiui, and a number of
other clorgytnon. Tho music 'Orecolro't
J!ai In C.fungby tho choir of tho church.
anlited by n double quartette
THE JllllDEHMAIDrt
were llijioi Jjizzia and Klla t5hirinan,ili
tors ol tho bride: illis l'hillipi, of Ciccln
cat!; Hid Fanny Harcy, daughter of Uon.
Marcy, U.U. A.; Jliia Allco Jlrtrtloy, of
"Washington; lliia Wary l'attcrtou, of St.
Louis; MUi E1K Kwitig, and Mlts Jlettio
Smith of Cincinnati. Tho groomtmen
were Charles Itao, ot tho Fngineer Corps;
Llout, Hunter; l'aysnaator Cochrane; id
win Wells of tho Engineer Oprpi; Liout.
AVoodi, of tho United States Kavy; Lieut.
Kutiell, of tho llarino Corpi; Thorn u K.
Shnrman, brother of tho brldo, and ilr.
Oalvln oflloslon. Tho bridal party cn
terod tho cbuich in the following order:
Lloutenant Wood and illu Ella Sherman
Lieutenant Kuisoll and ills) ifcislo Smith,
Kdwln Wolls and ill's Ella KivIng.Tnom
as E. Sherman and Mill Mary 1'atorion;
Mr. Oalvln and Mils Allco Hartley, Pay
mastor Cochrane and Mm Fanny Mnroy; i
Lloutenant Uuntot and Miss i'alllipps;
Chnrlos IUo and Miss Lizzie Shurinnr.,tbo
brido loaning upon tno arm of her father.
thk a ROOM
Stood without tha luciiity, ucar tho door
loading to tno sanctuary, and as tbu bri
dal party approached tho altm ho
palled tnrougu this anatuiry lctn
ng upon tno arm ot Uon,
Hugh Ewing, brother of Mrs, Shermau,
and met tbo brldo near tho onlranco ot ibo
sanctuary, where ho received her from
her father.
Tho cntiro pnrty then approacbud tho
altar railing, nnd, after kneeling n short
time, took the positions asslgnod them.
As tho procoslon mched down tho alslo
Mendelesohn's Wcddtng .March was ren
dered upon tho organ.
Preceding tbo bridal party upon enter
ing tho church was Mrs. Gonernl Shor
tnun, with hor brothor, J:dgo 1'. 1J.
Kwlug, Goncral T. O. Ewing, Senator
Sherman, Jitdgo Hartley ana Colonel
Moultan.
All being In rondlncss tho meet rovor
ond arebbjshop ontorod tho sanctuary
from tho sacristy, and proceeded with
THE MAKKIAOlC CEKESIONT.
The brldo and groom received holy
communion. At tho conclusion of man a
tpocial bleating wa9 given, nnd tho cere
mony onded.
Tho biido woro a dress of wblto till:,
trimmed with wliito satin tttllo and orango
bloiiomi; pearl jewelry.
Tho bridesmaids worn droisos cf wblto
silk, trimmed with wblto illusion, oach
altornate bridesmaid having hor dress
trim inn J with pink und bluo ilowors.tboeo
woanni: Pin I; passing to me lott nnu inoca
wearing wnito imssing io wui rigni as uioy
entortd the sanctuary.
The groom and groomsmen, with tnooi'
cotition ofThoniks Sbtrman and Mr. (Jul'
viii. woro In full uniform. Messrs. Shor
man una uaivin v,cro in iuii evening
dnss.
As the procoeilon left thn church, tho
triumphant inarch from 'It l'rophota' was
porformeu.
Tin: ui8itoi''8 uEMAKita.
litiforo tho nia- Archblsh;p J'urcoll
road portions of tho soripturo relating to
tho SKcrltuont oi matruuuny, nnu inuii u
dr(c,d tho convocation.
Ho said that tbo marrlago coromony had
ntivcr before toon performed lu tho unt
tod States under moro interesting clrcum
stances than at present. Ha was told that
among thoso In tho church was tho ruler
or this groat repuntlC, ino grcaiesi nauou
of nticlont or modern times. Horo, also,
was tho fathor of tha brido, who had
achloved such famo as usoldlor, nnd who
was a most dovotod patriot. Thoro woro
otber bravo olHcors nnd generals present,
who had trained tho admiration and ro
inoct of overv nation of tho oarth.
Ho thon rofcrred to tho santuary of tho
marrlago tiu and Bald, whon tbo marrlago
union was consummated under such nus
Diocs as woro wltncisod to-day, there was
evorv reason to bellovo that tho Al
mighty Uod would bloss tho couplo.
Llio archbisnop noxi spoKooi mo
vamilt ok Tnr. iiiiiuk,
itolorrtnp to nor gmndtathor (tna grant
mother, Jttdgo and Mrs. Ewing, nnd tho
noblo traits or their characters, llo again
spoko of tho sacrumont nbout to bo ad
ruinlaterod, und suld "narrlgn m yisuii
tlally a religious eureiuony, i,nd not a
morn elvla coutract. It "'d boon ruisod
to tho dignity of saorainent ly tbu Huv
lour of tho world," 11 congratulated thn
vast nsiomWago in attendance upon thu
good ordor maintninoJ, hy wlilch wus
shown roipect for tlio housu of Uod, anil
for our Dlvino Spirit, horo present, as
woll us to hit moollcney thu preiideni,
and to tho brldo und groom.
Bishop Wood, of the dlocoso of Phlla
dolphta, was pK-ont, and ocouplfd thn
dnls pn tho right side of tho altar, within
thosanctuaty mil. Ha was Rttonded by
GUL. m I KOI. HU w. mi s
5 vwwycTwytVemr Mh m Mitts
III! IIIIIMI. MIWM
ltoverend Father Jtoylo, of St. PelorU
church of this city. Tno brido and groom,
and ntundants, were all within tho sanc
tuary rail during thoontiro corernony
THK KI.OItAt. BKCOATI0N8
tit tho church wcro not vory elcborate.
bu In oollont taste Tho main altar, a
woll ns tbo!o upon either sido-dedlca od
by tie losied Virgin and St. Josepl i
woro filled with cut flowor, ;nd;9w
I Ijnt' 'Hstrlbutod noar thorn.
lLo crowd outaldo tho church was so
grost that entrance could not bo gained
or llftccn or twonty minutes nftor arrlv
Ini: at tbo church.
In tho church on tho right of tho center
nlile, front pows woro roiorvod for tho
family, and on loft for tho president and
cabinet. In tho rear or the family, .oats
woro rosorved for member, of General
Sherman's staff.
Tho prestdent having been dolaycd by
an aeck'ont, and tho coromony having
boon bogun when ho entered tho cht.rcb'.
Din pancd down nnn of tbo sldirKTsldi with
'It ' i:an,' ro'Iowof hy Marshal and
Mrs. Sharp, and took n ot near tho
sanctuary rail. Senator Hborruan, who
was nthocontorof tho church with tho
.oi.nij, iiuncou mo president at tbo sjjo.
and iiasilng ovor to whoro he was, cs
corto.l Mrs. Grant lo thn n
left, and then surrendered hi. soat to tho
president, and took ono on tho side alslo
for himself.
Officers of tho army and navy prosont
were all in full uniform, and soats woro
reHorvod for thorn nnd tbelr ladies upon
oither side ot tho church. About one
half of tho church was laft for tho general
public, to whom invitations had been ex
tondod, and tho crowd was greatest In
this part of tho oiiUce.
THIS CBItEMOZJ V OVEI1,
thob'ridal party roturnod to Usnoral
Sherman', rcsidonco, nnd roceivod their
friends from 1 to i o'clock, tho brldo and
groom in tbo back parlors whllo Oonoral
nnd Mrs. Sherman occuplod tho front
parlor. Tho bridlo party rocloved con
grttulatfona In front of tho nicho contain
ing tho bust of Oonoral Shorman, undor
a canopy of floworsdrapod with emllox,
from which also wasjsuspendod a marrlago
belief rnowwhlto flowers.
During tho recoptlon ceremony tho
Mnrlno Hand, stationed In tho grounds
w(ttof tho garden, played opproprlato
Aftor tho guests paid their rospocts to
the bride in tho Shorman mansion, thoy
passod Into tho adjoining house, occupied
by Aniitant Post Master Oonoral ltoutt,
whero a magnillcont banquet awaited
them. Tho tublo was set with covers
for a thousand porsons. Although many
woro prosont thoro was no dfaagrceablo
crowding, Tho roildonco and Its ontrancos
voro profusely decoratod with palms, con
tury plants, drngon plants, euphorbias,
maranta, Amorluan yuc;a, ferns and nu
merous exotics. Tho halls and bannlstors
woro wrcatbod with evorcrcons. and tho
aoors loaain; to tno various rooms woro
coverod with cedars. Uridal proscnts, nu
merous and valuable, woro oxhlbltod In
tho library room.
1 ho nswly married couplo loavo this
evening at tlx tor
A. 1IRUIAL TOUIt
north nnd west reaching St. Louis, tholr
future rcsidonco about tboTloth init., in
Urooklyn tho bridal party will bo enter
tained by Mrs. Fitch, mother of tho
groom, and in Uancaitcr, O., by relatives
i Jirs. rjnorman resitiing at tms place'
Un tho road to tho woddlnc tbo horses
attuched to tho President's carralgo ran
nway. Tbo carnago rontalnod tho Presi
dent and Mrs. Grant, and Marshal Sharpo
una wtto. isonoot thorn woro Injarou,
though tho carrlago was smashed. Tho
l'residont Immediately hailed another
carriage nnd his Jporty procooded to
church, arriving thoro about flvo minutes
after tho servlcs had boeun.
i-.nijeaw:i-.
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance
Agent
OFFICE,
Ohio JjCvco, over Mathus Si Uhl'p.
rA'oic
lul firtt-clati Companies
tcpresented.
-ESTAIILISHEI) 1858.-
Sullord, Morris & Gniulco.
INSURANOU AGENTS,
7.1 Ohio Lovco, City National Rank
Ruildiny, Caiiio, Ills.
P ic 'oldest cfUiblWiod Agency In Southo
IlllnoU. rcprcsciitlng over
$65 000,000.00.
PATRONIZE
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
corner Tweltth stroct and Washington Ato
J. C. HUELS.
tLite of St. Louis,);
PROPRIETOR
BOOK HINDER AND BLANK HOOK
MANUFACTURER
11LANIC HOOKS of every
ilcscrlptlou
, AllAlmU
done with liPiilut'H-i nnd ilNnntcli
of ruling douo nt liort notice. Jllblen.
MitHlc, Magiizlun.s and Periodical boutid
lioatand at tho luivuhtpoinlblo latew.
CountY work, mich us itucordu, Docket
Fee llool;, lllunk. etc., niiiilo a niovlally
ItoxcH, Pocket Hooks, Envelops, etc , mapo
t lowest rates.
A DAY GUARANTEED
"J"' WELL AUQER AND
DRILL, la fixkl Imltory. itianirr
TiaTlMOHULI rilOSt OQVKKNORS
Or ICWA, AllKANS AS AMf lUKOTA.
CtUlok"' II to. W. 011X3. Eu Juli. hi j.
NO. 243
Vuloan Iron- Work-
COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
oprosiT;
KIKTH HTBEET.
JOHN T. RENNIE, Pt,t
FOUNDRY,
If AOniHil SHOP
I'onaEa A.KD Pirs F.itino,
ATE AM E.V(iI2Sr.S,MII.l.,NTKAMBOAl
Manuracturca amt rnn.im,.
Spoclal attontlon glvan to light an.I htisvj
foridnif, house, bridge, railroad and ;lt work
and all work of a similar character.
Hteam and gas fitting In nil Its branches,
A full assortment of Slorrls, Taskcr .V Co'i
Philadelphia pipe nnd fittings, llrass goods
etc., and gas tlxtuxci always on hand.
PIPING OF UOUSK FOU OAM
MAUB A BrKCtALTV.
Asont for Cameron s special steam pueir
and boiler feeder. Tho host manufactured.
Cell's patent syphon pumps, and Judson'i
patent governor and governor valve.
Tho lollowlrg englnos, etc. for sale :
Two steamloat engines, ltrf Inch bore ot
cylindor; hvo foet stroke, and In good ordoi.
One stoamboat sbatt and crank; wrot Iron
Ono end no for hoisting freight: 74X10.
One 10X20 saw mill engine, with share and
crank for miily or gang saw, second band.
One new 7A12 engine; my own manufac
ture Alio, a socsnd-hand etavo cutting ma
chine and Jointer, and warehouse hoisting
maablne, in good ordor.
Knglnes and machinery of all ktndsbought
and sold
1IABKH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF CAIIIO
it. W. MILLCIt.Prealdont.':
I.M. PHILLIPS, Vlro President,
CUAS. CUNH1UOHAM, Caihier.
COLLECTIONS PP.OMPTLY MADE.
EXCHANGE, coin, banknote I id United
States bccuritlcH bought and .old.
Interest nllowcil on Hino dyponiti
THE CITY NATIONAL.
BANK.
CAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL,
8100,000
OFFICERS".
W. P. IIALLIDAY. President; "
llENUY L. HALLIDAY, Vice Prcf-lilest.
A. . SAKKOltl), Cashitr:
WALTER HYSLOP, Abbtaut Cashier.
IllltKCTOlU),
STAATH 'i'AYr.OII, 11.11. CUNNINOIIAM
II, Ii. HALLWAY, Y. 1". IIALLIDAY.
O. D. W'LLlAMtorf, Sti:i'Iii:n Jlntii,
A. It. dAKroitn.
ExclmiiKO, Coin nnd United; StateH
ltotids ltoiiglit tuul Sold.
DEPOSITS received nnd a general bntiklng
hufclneea done.
SPEND YOUR MONEY
So that you will got It nil back lu
Real and Solid Comfort I
By Investing it ono of o ur now ustent
Famous for giving out n AVonderful
StroriK,
X'Xotteaem.t txxicl
XTxifox-xi. IIot;
H A HUl cost in !
.SIiiuiIoinCoiiHtnictloii,
Lastly .Hanagtil,
Curolully Mudo of Very Hest Materials,
Always bin FlraMtato Draft, mitt is
Guaranteed lo GIto Salisfatiion Everywhere
And Under all Circumstances.
SOLD II V
Excelsior Mau'fg Co
Oil! 014 MAIN STREET.,
HT. I.OUIN, MO.
AND RY
HLNDLRSON, Cairo.
t'.W.
Ills,
if. i
i f . . i i rl 1
i. j m, rniLUlPS' -J
KOHWAUUiNa
Commission Mereliaiit
s WltAHEAOXT TiiopntETon.
I'rcproparcd to forward all kinds ol
Freight ioj. pointa.
8SrilMncs attended to promptly.
C. CLOSE,
OEltEUAL
Oommissioh Merchant
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair," &o.
OHIO LEVEE.
1ST I will sell in car load JoJyL.at.manu'ao
tu rers prices, adding freight-.
COPFEX, nAKIUSON,&,Cq.,
(Sticcessors to I), llurd A. Son.)
AMD
Commission Merchants,
VIVm.Sta.Jt.lSlA.MD MAT,
No 03 Ohio liCTt. OA.ITW, I1VUB,
Wood Rittonhonse & Bother
GE.VEit.vr, Commission JlEnoiMNr,
133 Ohio Lctcc, Cairo.
Z. U.Mathust E. C. Up
MATHUSS & UHL,
Forwardlug Si Genera!
Commission Merchants,
, Dealers lu
J7LOUH, Git A IN, HAY AND
WESTERN PRODUCE.
Omo Lkvee, - CAino, Ills.
U. A. Thoma L. V. Thorns
THOMB & BROTHER,
Succosoira to U. M.Uulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKER
Aim DXAurno is
HlAplo suit Fancy Ororerlen,
foreign and Domestic
PBTJITS 2nTI3 3JTTTTS
181 Commercial Avenue,
OAIHO. - . ILLINOIS.
NEW XUIIK Ml'OxtK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LACOBST TAMSTT STOCK I TIU 0
GOODB SOLD VEHY OLOSB.
Itirnrr of KUeSMntts"tl M1 ISH
tnerelkt Attaas
UA1110, ILLINOIS.
C. O. PAT1S1J
MILLER & PARKER,
General Commission
FORWARDING MERCH S.
Dealers In
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY.&o:
Agonts for Fntrbank Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Successor to John II. Phlllis,)
General Commission
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Dealern In
HAY, CORN,
OATS, VLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, &c
Agenti for Laflin & Rand Powder Osmjany.
CO It. TENTH ST. .t OHIOLEAUE,
CAIRO, ILLS.
uTaYsuh. B.J. ATTURI
AYKE3 & CO.,
F L O TJ- H;
JLHD
QKUEUM, COMMISSION MBKOHilfTS
No. 7fl LHVUH.OIIIOOAIHO. ILM.
W. Stratton.
T. lllrd
STRATTON &. BIRD
WHOLESALE GROCERS
-AND-
ommission MerchantSi
Agents American Powdor Company
ar omo zsrss. otjjio
R.
SMYTH &
IVJIOLESALB
CO.
LIQUOU 1) E AL Ell
No. CO Ohio Lovco,
CAIRO, ILLlNOIb
Cairo Eox and Basket Co
m-At.Kiia in
L U M B E R, ,
Ol' ALL KINDS, HAUD AND 60IT,
Jieep constantly on ltaijd
FLOORING I, SIDING.
ALSO, LATH.
Connor 34 th Street
and, Ohio LTee.
Mill and Y
ford,
B" I
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