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For Sapertmteadcnt ot Public Instruction
Tit &ct teafrtecmh District,
Jor RepfwentatlTM-Flftleth District;
FOUNTAIN E. ALBRIGHT,
First The restoration of ,)rold and ellvcr
as the basts of tbo currency ; the resumption
ot specie payment as aoou as possible with
out dlseito to ihe'buidtiidt-thor country,
by steadily, opposing Inflation and by tho
payment 6f tho natlbnatTEdel'tedness In tho
money ol the tclvlllzod world.-
Bkookd Free commerce; notarlfl'forany
other MrMta bHt tat Minor
THrrlndlv)iual liberty anil opposition
to ausjsptuary laW. ' ' "
FoTH The right and duty of the
State to protcclU'cltlzem from extortion
and unjust "discrimination by' &iartcrcd
Fins Rigid restriction ot thn govern
meatj'hotJi State ' and National, fa tho legit-'
Imate domain of political power by cxclud
tne therefrom all executive and legislative
Intermeddling with tho affaire of Society
whereby moBopoUcs- are fostered, prlvll
edged clascs ' aggrandized, and lntllvldua
ireedom unnecessarily and oppressively
rastralaecT. . i t . , t .
Tke ifoUowitutv Central Committee
was appointed bj- he Bopublicaa con
ge8Bi6ni', 6ntwiion 'Uiat mot a '
Mound City.Angajt 13,1874j,.
Alaxaader oousty b. W; ICoKealc ;
Jackson, Bwi. L. Wllartl P O
Johaaon, A'. J. Alden; "
Maasae, Haory-Armttronr ;
Ferry, S. J.Parluj, , ,
FopH.D. Baker.:! Wl,
pQlaakl, Qeorga W. Mortz, Sr.;
Union, R. li, Btlnaon ;
"WiUlamson, Mllo Srwln.
The following Central Committee
waa appointee! by the Republican con
reatw el tk FikiethABeuatoth din-
ttlot, held at Wound City, August 28-
1874 i .
Alexandor county, U. Ss "Walbridt'o ;
Jackson, llari B.TellettT
Union, T. H. Phillips.
At thoPcmooratio congressional
jonvention held at Anna, September
3, 1874, tho following Central Com
mlttee'for: the SighUontb. district wbb
Kaadolph, Beverly "Wlltablro;
Parry, JL B. itushor;
Williamson, O. W. Goddard :
Jackson, Qf ;W. Andre W; ,
Union, Hugh Andrews ;
JoaMiti, i; ji. nerce;; " , v
j .w. 'in rut;
Pone. D. B. Field :
Pulaski, Obod Kdson ;
Alexander, John H Oberly; .
At Large, Judge F. Bross, Cairo.
Tho following executivo oommiltco
for Union county was appointed by
the Democratic county.convcntion that
met in Jonesboro, August '21, 1871 :
Judge Af. C, Crawford t
Tho following Btatp comimlteo wns
appointed by tho Dcinocrntio-Opposi-tion
convention, at Springfield, August
IstDlttrlct; "Ksbert Jameson, Chicago
d District, AVm. .l.Onahan, Chicago
3d District, P. J1..0. Winlon, Chicago
iin jjjsirici, a. m. Jiarringion,uenova.
6th District, XVm. "Wright, Preoport.
6th District,. J.a.JJrake,Kock Island.
71b. District,. Gflo.W. Jtavens, Ottawa.
8th District, Washington H. Cook,
Olh. District Ohas; P. King, Peoria.
10th District, David K. Head, Oarthago.
11th District. J. M. Hush. l'ltthUnld.
12th District, K. L.Jlterrltt,Sprlnglleld.
13th District, John A, Mallory,Hvan.
Hth District, J. U. Busby, Champaign.
16th District, K. O. P 'uon, ining-
16th District, C. D. Iloiies, Greonville
17th District, "W. II. Krorno, dwards
IStbDutrlct, W, H. Green, Cairo.
10th District, JamoalMloMnson,Olnoy.
ai ijarge, x. ti. junier, unicago.
At Larce, It. Vf. Townsond. bbawneo.
At Large, Wm. Brown, Jacksonvlllp.
Mr. lirown was elected oliairman of
tho committee. ,
Tho iollowing Cchlral Commitlco
was appointed by tho Democratic cou
vention of Alexander couuty, at Cairo.
Autmst23, 1874: . , '
Clear Creeki' Thomas J.'McOlure.
Uooso Island, O. GrMnley.
Doj.Tootb, N, Hunsacker.
Uazlewood, James K. McCrito.
Thebea, J.O.'Kolwing. ,
Unity, W J MllfonL,
T 2 HlJ,li. 4 James Carroll. '
outh Cairo, John: llOoisman, John
HolaaJWocaaandl) D. Arte".
wTk follawlng Central Committeo
M fpoitte4hy tho DemocraticLib.
SSBSiegHJi. ... UJ
cral convention that met
KcnirmW 4. 1871. -'nild
"-i ' 'w iiv
candidates for tlio logialaluro in tlio.
Fiftieth ScnntorialJJiatrlCt :
Aloxandor, D PJJlake, JyO Lynch.,, ,
Jackson, P Dishou, .losoph Cully.
Union, Oliver 11111, T M Ferlntu
At Large, T F Uouton, of Union.
Mns, Mary Looah, moth or of Sotielor
Jdhn A. Logan, li Just deceasod at her
residence In Murpbysboro. .
flitn Independent Reform party of 1111
nola hat eleven candidates for Congress in'
tlio Held; tho opposition has ten j the Re-
publicans have nineteen, nnd the Prohlb
ltlonliti have one.
The Independent Rsformors of the
Centralla dfitrlct ara working for a vie
tory, but It is not likely that they will
acbiove one. A man meeting beld at
Oentralta on Friday last It roportod as a
(An, of St. Louis crowded on to tbo St.
Louts bridgo to witness the total ecllpio
of the moon on Saturday night, 'fhe lo
cation was satisfactory but the audlenco
were disappointed In tho' show. Tbo
oclipie was not a; total as tho St. Loulians
wanted n to be.
A. txuv Is now state librarian ot Indi
ana and another one, Mlis Laura Keam, a
we11known nontpaper corruipondont, has
determined to run against her for tho ;o
sltlon. It is expectod that the contest (or
tbo favors ofllioinenJi.r. of h "aw Ug'
M.liir. irfj ba dochudly llrely.
SccnETARV liKi.EKar announced his
opinion, in n rccont conversation, that
President Grant docs not desiro a re-elec
tion and "will be willing to retire from
the office at the end of tho present term."
In expressing this opinion, tho sccrotary
disclaims any authority for It from the
'Tub l'aducah Kentucklan, a few weeks
ago, nominated Qov. Wm. Allon of Ohio,
for the presidency and Is now pleased to
announco that tho nomination "is taking
well," and adds "If tho farmers had the
power of making a man nnd endowing
him with all tho requisites thoy want in a
candidate, ho would lo inferior to Gov.
"With bis grip sack In his hands
Clements is going hero and there, nnd
evory whoro throughout tho district deliv
ering his littlo speeches, making hay wbilo
tho Hun shines, as ho says. Tho willln
littlo cuss has n trembling approhentlon
that tho votors of the eighteenth district
will not bo as willing to send him back to
congress as ho is to go there
"Damn the Dutch 1" has become tho
shibboleth of tho Itepublfcans ainco tho
late election, Mr. Clements, through his
press, is tbus denouncing our Uerman
fellow citizens, and calling them and
ether foreign-born citizens drunkards and
tho apologists of- drunkennoss. Clements
should not resort to this method of elec
tioneering. He should remember that he
and his party owo much to tho steadfast
support they havo rscelved from tho
1th a fact, ibat Mr. Clements took tbo
advanoed pay for tbo time his term of of
fice commenced until the grab law was
repealed; and, as be says, many demo
crats did likewise. This may bo n good
excuse for thograb; but can Mr. Clements
oxcuee hlmsolf for voting for ilurlbut'a
substitute that would havo mads tho sal
ary ol a congressman $0,600 per annum V
How does he explain this attempt to grab
$1,000 of the people's money?
Tiiihe are four hundred and fifty Chin
amen m St. Louis, engaged In various
trados and vocations. The Globo eaya
they are qulot, 'iulmliilvo and well bo-
bared, bocauso they are compolled to be,
but is evidently apprehensive tbat an in
creaio of numbors "will show tho truo char
acter of the "yellow skinned barbarians"
as it appoara west of the Rocky Moun
tains where In many localities thoy
largely exceed the Amerloan population.
Tbero John drinks, cheats, steals, gam
bles; Is industrious, patient, generally
neat, always frugal, and nevor begs.
KCOKNTlti O THO it P.
Thq Carbondala Obsorvar says, Tu:
llULLKTlv hn been abusing Mr. Thorp.
Thn editor orThn Observer is n man of the
cloth. Why, thorcfore, does ho not resist
the temptation to M downright (alie-
boods't AS'o have net abused Air, Thorp.
We don't k'now htm, V novor saw 1dm.
Ho may he tbo best follow in tho worl
and WP hope bo Is,. All we said about
him is that, judging from his circular, hw
is peculiar. And so ho is. His circular
Is a strange ins i ley, It reads liko tho out
cry of a brain not vory etoedy like an
outburst of eccentricity or mild insanity.
Hut for all this Mr. Thorp may bo
elected, and being elected may develop
into a great statesman. Kccontrio mon
oftcu do, and we surely bopo Thorp will
If he should bo elected, which wo hope
he may not bo.
HOW TO CONTRIBUTK TO OUK
OWN PROS PK III TY.
If tbo puoplo of Southern Illinois wish
to mako this part of the state prosperous
thoy will Join tho Democratic party In an
attoropt to suppress carnot-biig rule,
which has robbed and impovorlsbod tho
customors of Southorn Illinois tbo white
peoplo of tho Southern states of tho .Miss
issippi Valley. Mr. Clements may talk
about river improvement until hoii hoar(o(
but of what avail wll Improvod river
navigation bo to us here In Southern 111!
noli, It the political policy advueatod by
Mr, Clomenls and his party is to be con
tinued? Wo must not only have good
rivers, but wo must have governments in
the Southern statos under which tho peo
ple may prosper. Now.tbey ore oppressed.
Irresponsible negroes and carpet bag rat.
tail are robbing them. They havo no
money. Thoy cannot buy from us, They
do not now noed good rivers, and while
they aro in this condition wo can havo
littlo use'for the great water courses at
our door. We need not bo told that our
vroalth is to cotno from Kuropo and South
America that, looking' beyond thn
B6uth,"onr grain must bo aent through the"
muuiu oi too -umiiBippi to foreign coun
irtci. uur belt market is In the South,
and when, such men at 11 r, Clements are
retired from congress, and such men as
Mr. Harlzell put Into it, wo may look for
tha Inauguration of a political policy that
will etimulalo the South to develops its
recourcw, become wealthy, and pour n.
great part of that prosperity Into Cairo
and Southorn Illinois. r
AMONG THE "SPIRITS."
i mS'i'S- J.
A Wild Sceno at Tammany
THE, "GHOSTS AND GOBLINS
FAIL-JO'COME TO TIME,
fi ' ;
THE ;PnOOKEDINGti DENOUHOKD,
i . .r........ ......... I
UP IN UTTKK CON
FUSION. I'rom the New York Herald, no.
liast ovonlnc thoro was 'another tnlrll.
Uallstlo seance bold at Tammanv Hall. In
tho preionca of about -150 persons of both
sexes, wno soomou more dtsposoU.to bo in-
uroduloua.than on tho uvemng previous.
This tliuo tbo audlenco had a larger num.
bor of young people In proportion to tho
total present than on tiundoy nljthl, and
tho spirit nf (tin was thn only ylslhlo
i.jilrit jiroions. Tbo caulnot, with Its
muo.i uui miu, us jvjjuj, guiiar, anci oliior
puarspnornaun. wuro exposed on tho
staso, and tho devoted bed v of Smrltu.l.
1st), men and women, wore nil seated to
gether to about tho number of 160 on the
rigiu nana shlo of the ball. Dr. Miller,
ot Twenty-slxth street, who had actfd as
Ubatrmnn of tlio Commltteo "chosen by
tho audience da Sunday night, was pres-
onv, niiu env in mo uouy ai mo nun. xno
goni, jar. vniei uneax, wbo bad beon
o loud and insultinc on tho ilrst nk'ht's
performance, and wbo had dono nearly
nil tbo talking, had moderated considera
bly in his niannor, and was ready to listen
to suggestions last ovenlnp. Ho stated
his "con-di-tlons," as ho called them, to
tho audlonco, who proposed Dr. Miller as
thoir commlltco-man; but Jdr. Awfel
Cbeak diddiot Boom to dosiro tho presence
bt Ur. Mlllor Upon tho stago, and this, of
courto, was a signal (or tho audlonco to
bocomo qullo noisy, and to shout and
cheor derisively nt everything and no
thing. Then a man namnd Uoblnson of
fered himself as a commltteo-man.
A Volco Don't tako Hoblnsonj ho Is
a Spiritualist, and was tbo man 'bat ex
Anotbor yolco Let Itoblnson go up
and too what bo can do.
Mr. Awfel Cbeak I tb nk wo had
cnoucu of Ur. Mlllor last nlirht. &nrl ha
did not come up at all to-night on tbo
Mr. Mlllor I watfannnlntod last nl(.ht
as a committoo man, and I know thoro
waa a confederate behind thnmruln Kn,i
I know tbat tho mediom slipped his arms
ouv ot me coras ny ntsown human power,
and I bellove it is all a swlndlu, and If 1
am allowod to go on tho stago to-nleht 1
wlllpiovoltaflhoro. b K
A Spiritualist with Long Hair Uon'l
iei xr. junior go on tbo stage. I protest
against It.fljllo only wants to puff and
advertise his baths; that's all.
Mr. Awfel Cbeak I think 1 will htva
to call to-morrow and get a Turkish bath
from the Doctor, ba sooms so anxious to
A Reckless Young Man In tho Audi
enceWell, if nnvbody wants a bath it is
you, Mr. Choak. Oet one as soon" as you
Another Volco (this tlrno a nretlv
young lady) I don't think 1 ovor saw to
many loarora In an audionce before How
can thoy expeot to have env manifest.
tloni from;tho spirits if they koep up such
a noise? I Screams and cheers.1
An old iiian With a Black Ovnrnnat
Give us a chanco to hear this Indian
Chief Samossott. Thnv INV tin flinrl
drunk on Lone Island peddllnc beads
ton years ago. Laughtor and chcors.
Another Spiritualist Samossot was a
vory decant man. and his spirit is horo
araonp; us to-nlgbt; but lie can't act or
manifest nuythlng. Derisivo voices ol
too thin," "Too thin I "J
Hoisy Unboliovor is tho "Sam" that's
hare to-night tight or sober? That's
what wo want to know. I Tremendous
choerlng, and cries or "Give him a stew,"
and "Ask him' what ho'U have."
Aiior eomo lime mo experiments wero
allowed to go on and the Iron ring trick
and the tying with ropes woro managed
In an awkward and insufficient manner.
At ono tlmo there being on tho platform
throo or four porsons, somo of whom were
shouting at the top of thoir voices tbat
they would givo ?10O to bo permitted
to tfo the medium in thoir
own fashion, while old Rrotbor
Robinson pulled out his pocket
book and ofl'arod ft reward of S10 for tho
sarao privilege. Mr. Awful Cheek, bow.
ever, Know bin Imsinets too well to give
any such permission, and loudly doclarod
that ho would havo tho medium tied only
in ono way. This Information was ro
coivod with groans, yolls nnd eatoalls or
the most fearful description, and after
sumo minute) had elapsed, tbo medium
was agalu shut up with a guitar and bells,
and the noiso of playing nn tbo cuitnrnnd
tho bolls was hoard. Then aeveral ladles
volunteered to lie sbut up with the me
dium, and thon thoro was mora shouting,
and ono lady canio out and fald that tho
modlum was not tiod nt all. The last ex
periment was tried by two ladies, nnd
two gontlomnn, who gavo the medium a
chanco to move tbo tablos on two soparato
occasions, and in each of theso cast he
fatlnd to carrrout his promiso. and Mr.
Awfel Cheak, was forcod finally to ac
knowledge that tho uolso and strong will
ot the audience was a forco that prevented
any manifestations of n spiritual naturo.
This statement was rocolvcd with r nor.
feet storm of groans, and the performance
broko uii In utter confusion. Knrb nrl
ovory wild young man wbo could jump
upon the stage ran for a guitar, or a boll,
or a bunch of iron rim's. n,l for t,
moments thoro was a perfect saturnalia of
niiiscorunni concort. and tho last scene In
tbo soanco was the shutting nivt .i,
by orders of Gnn. Terror.), tho manager
of Tammany Hall.
1 J.-H .
. rriiKiiK is more (tin In the
pitloti'd or I'llntcii story thm
Um been elvnu to Hie nubllu im-
M ifjn uiuua l'l.iii'.ic lilt... uii..
yearn. Never before" lias lieon
uecorded to any pli'turii or net
orplctiircittlio popularity Ibese
Chromes bao iittalncd. Si.
Ill by 2a iiiclici. Price, 416
Audredi order to
.1. P. RYDER,
! WELL AUGER AND
' And Denier lu
Lime, Coment, Planter, Hair, &o.t ,
' ohIo' LEVEE. '
31 will tell In carload lots at lnanulae.
turtrs prices, adding freight.
COFFBT, HARRISON & CO.,
(Successors to V. Hurd A Hon.)
M.Otm. DRAIN AND HAT.
No 03 Ohio Lav. OAIllO, ILLS
Wood Rittonliouso & Bo tlier
GknkiiaIj Comjiission Meroiiaft,
13H Oliio Lovce, Cairo.
II. A. Thorns Li. V. Thomi
TJEIOM8 k 1JROTHKR,
Sueretosrs to II. M.Uulen,
COMMISSION MKIMJHANTSi BROKER
axd DBAtmna ia
!. I'ncy Oruerrlea,
foreign and Domestlu
ipE-TTiira -A.:tTX) xrxrrvB
18i Commerolal Avenue, ,
CAIltO, . . ILLINOIS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAuaaaT vabibtt stock ih ma o
GOODS BOLD VBRY OLOBK.
9urnr of lsesDb atrfivS nud Vom
U. O. PAT1BIT
MILLER & PARKER,
A.N 1 1
FORWARDING MERCH S.
FLOUIt, CORN, OATS, HAY,Ac;
Agonta for Fairbank Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
JOHN B. PHILLIS &-SON.
(Succesior to John II. Plillli.,)
MEAL, Illl AN, A'o.'
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powder Company.
COU. TENTH ST..t OHIOl.KVKK,
U .Atans. C. .1. ats
AYERS & CO.,
F L O TJ' E
OEHKB hi COMMISSION ME110BAM
No. 78 LvaK,OnioUAiao. III.
W. Stratum. T. Rlrd
STRATTON & BIRD
Agents American Powder Company
C7 omo zsrss. ouno.
LIQUOR 3) E AL 33R
No. (10 Oliio Lovce,
Hotel and Rcstauraunt
Two dooit i.oiiU of Laito ant Vlncennti Itsllivad
- - PnoriiiXTon
A trusty watch kopt night and day ior
Trains and Steamboats,
THE lli:ST (IP ACCOMMODATIONS
for trancicnt guests at
T WO DOLLARS P K 11 1) A "X,
Cairo Uox . and BaBUetCo.
Aid. KINDS. HAIII) ANI HOfr,
h'ffi constantly on band
mm ....i v.., 1 Connor 31th Street
"'"""u.f and Ohio levee.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
II. W. MILLKIt, President,'
J. M. i'lllM.Il'H Vlco l'rcsldciit,
ClIAhl. (JUNNINOIIA-M, C'ahler.
COLLKOTIONB PHOMPTLV MADK.
KXCHANOK. coin. banknotes l id United
States securities bought and sold.;
Intercut nllowcl on tlmo deposit
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. II ALU DAY. President
HENRY L. HALI.IDAY, Vice l'nsldet.
A. II. SAFKORD, Cashier:
AV ALTER HYSLOP, Aoslitant Cashier.
PT.IATH TAYI.OH,' . It. It. O0NNIN(!II.M
11. iUr.I.IDAV, Y. V. 1IAM.IAV.
U. 1. WlLLIAMkON, 8TKI'Ill:.V illllll,
A. II. .HAvroim.
KxrlmuKc, Coin nnd United! Slates
nouns iioiignt ana .oiu.
DEI'OSITS received and a general banking
ENTERPRISE SAVING.S HANK
ClIAKTltKli Mxiigii 31, 1W.0.
CITY NATIONAL 'RANK, CAIRO.
A. 11. HAKRlllI). I'riisittcnt :
S. S. TAYLOR, Vice-rreildriit ;
II. HYSLOP, Socretary anil Treasurer.
RAIICI.AY, CltAS. GAI.KIIII'i:.
Stuck ki.ktii, Paul o..Sciiuii,
i Cl'NNINnilAM, II. L. Uam.iiia ,
J. M. rnii.ui'.s.
INTKRET paid on deposits at the rate "f
six per cent, per annum, March lt and
Ssptciolinr 1st. Inloiot not wlibdrnwn it
added immediately to the principal of the
deposit", tboroby giving them compound
XIAHHIF.D WOME.f Ay CHTLDBKff MAT
IlIVOHir MONXV AND MO ON R Kt.SK
t'AN J)BAW IT.
Open every business day from a. in. to II
p. m.,aod .Saturday cvciiIdcs lor savings de
posits enly, from 0 to 8 o'clock,
Bristol & Stilwell
Keep ovory thing pertaining to the
lino of Swplo nud Pancy Groccriex,
lVoodenwarc, Yugetables, Fruits, ice,
Aroio is the time, to pot your Bull for
inrly winter Flowers. We have a ttoch
of finer Dutch livlbt for winter and
tprmg bioominq than ever before offered.
imported from Holland for the
autumn trade of 1874, by D. M. Ferry
di vo. J hey can oe relieaon (is choice,
A variety oj
)lrc will 'furnith catalogues contain
inq directions for culture and manage.
ment of the above, free, on application
mil lUKc.vrucr jur uiiyiiliiij III inn
line of winter gardening.
No 32 EIGHTH St.
DR . W. 15LAXJW
ana wasnuigtoa Avenue.
V- 'jsBW BBBBBBSBM
Jobbers and Retailers of
P UR E DRUGS,
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfiimpry, Soups, Jirushoa,
Toilett Avtielos, Druggist's Fancy Goods, Collier "NVhito
Lead and Other Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils, Vnrnislics,
Window Glass, "Wax Plotter Material, Trbo Colors, Dyo
.Stuils, Etc., Etc., Etc,
tVe Solicit correspondence and orders from Druggists, Physicians and General Btorot
In want of Goods In our Line. Steamboat, Plantation and Kara I If Mcdlclno cases turn
ished or Retlllcd with Reliable Drugs at Reasonable Rates'
WHOLESALE & RETAIL. IIBTAIL & ritESCKirTION,
71 Ohio Levee. Washington Ave. cor. Eighth St.
C Jl. X JEZj o .
T. J. KERTH.
SiicK sior to
BEER WART. ORTH & CO.,
S TO "VIES,
Manulacturor and .lobber of
riN, H1IKKT IKON and COPPKIl-
."iiiiiiii, Rlrd Ci;cs, Ice Cream Kreecz
Water cooler. Wiro uiotn rir Id
dow Here ii,.lananeil Ware,
GuttrJiig ami Jol) Work
MADK A SPECIALITY.
Accnt lor tbo
GARRY IRON ROOFING CO.
The best Iron Rooflne In tjc Market.
run Abroad will Receive I'rompt
ono with Dispatch and Wat ran
"rV dtoslve Satisfaction,
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker A Hlakc,)
PAINTS & OILS
.113111-(3, f I
if il III
Ami the celebrated IlliunliiaUii
Dross' Ilulldlnu, 11th St.& OoraerclarAv
MhX havo M'fii and
urn nlfttKutl with the
and iluu imirid lcont;
us well :n Hi" excel
It'iu'c ot execution,
aro tho ino't popular
cbroinoK iil'tho day, mid nhuuiu uuve n placi
ii evory lumiiy.
I'iiiim:. tSimm: lVuit
II not tound at your picture dealer sen
your order, or tor a descriptive circular, t
ibe publisher. .I. P.RYDKIt,
C. W, DUNNING, M. D.
RESIDENCE Cottier Ninth and Walmi
straets. OfUce Corner blxlli strwet and
Ohio levee. OtUee iioiirs-i'roui 0 :i. ui., t
U ui. aud U p. m.
run m oil
J. Q. HARMAN St. CO
nd IJind Afents of the Illinois Central and
JJtirlliiiton and Mlstourt 11. It. Cos.
Xorth Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lcvce,
C. WINSTON tu. CO,
Ileal Estate Agents
71 Onto Levee, Second Floor,)
KurnUhcs Ab.tmrU of Thlf .
B TT O 3HC E3 3F6. ,
And Dealer in
Lioiitii Stukkt, iikt. WaauiKUTov anii
Commercial, Ave; aojolnlDB Hanny's
Ivct'IlB Ili8ljft IlCdf. I'nrV. Jlnllnn
Iilnb, SaiunKC, etc.. and is urenareil I,!
nine faimlcln an acceptable manuer.
Coal and Wood Yard.
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
Ivcpt constantly on hand at Rons' Tard,
Ooinincrcitd avenue, opposlto Dross' Rulld
ln. Orders jiromptly flllod, Coal and Wood
delivered iree of charge. Term astrlctly
no at ntoiii:m
: G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer Id
IS'o. 70 Ohio Levre, CAIRO, ILLS
SSTfipcclal attention (riven to consign-
menu and tilling order.
Groceries, Provisions, l?tcM
XvTo. llO Olalo Xamvrm