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ARTER & STEWART.
(Hiirrrasora to ll. Arter ft Co.
GROCERS
A WD
Commission Merchants
No. Uncommercial Avcnuo,
CAIltO, ILLS.
Bristol & StilweU,
FAMILY
GROCERS
Rcop everything pertaining to
tho lino of Staplo and Fancy Gro
2oric8, Woodonwaro, VcgotnblcB,
Fruits, Ac., Stc.
Bass and Injyrubcr
BAWLS
I-OR IJUOYS.
HARMONEKAZE,
Fise.ta.Qing
Tacclo,
Aggct and Opal
IV! ARBELLS,
Belle and Iurn bounde
Roaling Whoops
Fur Boise and Gurlz.
amtrrjrtxrjKrmisemam j mut.in mini, a
Jumping Roaps,
Vcalloscipeads,
Krowkay Cets,
CHEEPE.
lwrrjmr r.-rw-rmmmwamar.vrv Trim
A Horco for Salo.
IJgma' 'M-i ni t sata
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
VAItir.TY ntoki:.
Wew-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
XjCUCgOSt
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
CloorjH Sold Very Close
Corner 10th St. anil Commorclul Av
CAIHO. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
iMi.vr Axiioiii.
B. F. PARKER,
Dinlir In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
BHUBHEB.
Wall Tapor, Window Oluss, Win
dOW BIHIUCB, BIO.
Always on hand, the .lrhr.itul lltnmlnathiR
AURORA. Oil,.
Brona' 33xilXcl.lxC
Corner Elovouth Street and Wasntnif
ion avcuuu
CAIRO CITY BmDERY,
PROPRIETOR.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
CuUotin Buliaintr , Corner Twolfth Street
Arter.
and WnohlnKton Avenue,
Cairo, Xlllxxoiati
tJ-County nml Ualtrnrol Work a ixxlu)ly.
Ml
VOL. 7.
Milt'oit ii:ai.i:hm.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholfulc ninl lMull Iknlcrs lu
Forolgn nnd Domostio
LIQUORS
WIXKM OF AM, 14IMM.
No. 60 Ohio Lovee,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MKSSItf. J-MVTII A CO. have nntly
n Urite tin-k (if the lt rihkU In tlie mar
ket, firul Klrrrrlal Attention toll WIiuImkiI
rnncn oi mt ijiiiiiivm.
hi:.
ICE ! !
ICE!
ICE ! ! !
JOHN SPROAT,
WUWratc mi l IMal! leUr In
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo nnd Kankakee, III.
CAIRO OFFICE:
At Hulen & Wllnon'n, Corner Twnlflh St.
ana Unto Ivee.
w ill run nn In- wagon tliriiiisrhoiit the
Sin Jim. itillnrini.' nun laic he III any
ort nt tlirrllr at tin- lowrst innrkrt irlrr, nml
will ul-o tiiriif'li my fririiiW otilalili-tlii.-city wild
-li vllu' r;ilrur rar lmwl, r.u-kcil In ajwiliiat
or Miliniii'iit to any iIUuiiut.
iioti:i.s.
GRAND CENTRAL
HOTEL
-AS'I)-
SALOON,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Corner UEliKlitlx Street,
WM. WETZEL. Proprietor.
A
TWISTY watch lejit nlRlit ami ilay for
tniltia ami m-amWaU.
Tlir U-t of ivrominoiUtloni
for tramlent
3-i.-tr
guvM at Two Dollars i r iijy
BEERWART,
-IHuler In-
STOVES,
TINWARE
IIOLLOW-WABE, &c.
Maiiiifirlmtrnf
Tin, Sheet-Iron, & Coppor Waro
GUTTEUING AND ROOFING,
STEMBOAT AND JOB WORK
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
No. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
But. Commorclul nml Woahlnuton Ave.
A lli'iiofilliiry l I'iislihni. I'lrimuro
nml liixIriM'llini."
HARPER'S" BAZAR.
ll,l,l'NTKATi:i.
noticks or tin: ruuss.
Tho lln.nris edited with i coiitlHiUtlon
of tact nml talent that wc tclilom llml inuny
journal: bihI llio journal li.oII U tlie orn
0lliUIL'UI MOIUI ui inriiiuu, ioniun i.ii-
- . i . . . ...n..i: ..'r...i.in.. ii. ....... i...-
LllT.
Hie linzur cniiitiifiuisiisoii topvery mem-
lirr of lliu lioifcliolil to the cliiUlren by
droll ami pretty pictures, to tbu youiit; la
ilhin liv its liirlilon-iiliilus In cmlk.'i variety,
In llin I'lOMiu iu iiiiuioii u) ni" iiauurnn lor
lliu rullilri-nV I'l'itliiiM, In putiTlnnillliii by
Itt liiKteful UoIkih fipreinljioliliTCddlpjii'r.
au l liixurtoin iirofhiiiK bohiii. nut me
ititdlui,' matter ol'tlio llazar Ntiulforu.ly ol
1-rcat excellence. Tlio paper lias ucijulrcit
a wide poptihilty fnrllie Unable enjoyment
It nllonk N. V. KieultiK I'oA.
TKItMS:
Unnicr'M llazar, ouo ycar....?l 00
Four dollars indildi-H urepaymelit ol U.
M. lin.l'ii'o liv tho lllllllUluTS.
SulmchlptloriH to llarpcr'H Maenxlne,
WM. T.
WCeKIV, unit IJIIZIir, to miu uuuren 101 mm
year, yiOOO; or two of llarper'a TcrlodU
cal.H, to one mldrem for onu year, 7 00;
pontage Iroo,
An extra copy of cither tho MuKzlno,
Weekly, or Uazar will be Mipplled (gratis
for every club of ilvo Biibfurlliers at H 00
each, In one remittance ; or, sl.v copies for
920 00 without extra copy j pollute tree,
Hack iminbcri can be supplied at any
lime,
Tho seven voIuidos of llarper'n Hazar, for
tbo years im, '(!!, '70, '71, 'Vi, '70. H, nle
L'autly bound In green morocco cloth, will
be xenl by cxp;efr!j, freight j-repald, for
$7 00 each,
USTNowiipaperB nro not to copy thU ad
vcrtlxcmcnt without tho oxpiesj orJern of
llarpcr&lirothcn.
AddicHllAHrKHA: llltOTUKHS, N. V.
Ofttco, 33-Allatln. 33v.iia.lsr, C:mo: TwolftJa. Ctroat aaA
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WJiDNMSOAY,
Gift W ... t T
(Oh C 2JiXtlllU
SHOT DEAD.
THE TIIAOIC ENDING 01 A 1KAIN HOE
BEK. Ho Intantly Killed by an Adams Expreit
Messenger.
full I'lirlli iilnr. l llu Allnlr- Al.riui
Mini, Who MiimiIiI !, Hi ultt-ml.
I From tin' Ctilcatrn I'o't ninl M.ill
'I'Ik- Ailam Hxpn-BH wir which left
hi'tu l:it nllit lor I'ilMiuf.' on lint I'ort
Wsiyni! lioad, wn the mviio ofu l no-1 rc
ln.'ir'l;:ililt' i;vnt lx.l'oiu It iwcheil tho end
nl Us roiili'. A inaki'il rohlnr In
way IIiiihi'Ii (lie (Mr, nml was shot ileail
iiIIi't lirin' two bullets nt thi- nn'ener
in chari'. The bravery tind t'.iItlil'iilni'Sf
ol thi' ini'.M'!iier caviil the I'xpns roiu
paiiy Mv'nil lbou:iml ilollnr.', nml th
body ol tin' wouIiMmj robber nml miir
ilcrjf now lie.'' I'rnd nt Crc-tlluu .Stnlioii.
The ini'-.i'ii'i'r U (Juo. II. rricc, iwenlly
trout Ki'iitui'hv. u inarrietl man of about
thirty, 'l liu robber was 11. I'. llluMry,
rorincrlya roiuluctor 011 thu J'ort W'ayuu
l.'oad, i'iiiiiiIii' thu aei'oiiiiniHtation train
bulweeii Lima ami l'oi t Wavm; tii to
last week, when ho was ili-uliaruil bu
ratL'U of j,'rowIii'' bad habit. Hu lived at
thu latter city, wlieru hu had
a ino-t liitentln r.uiilly. Tin-ti-ilu
liad acd I. linn, where it bad
.topM.il 1'or water, and wa betwrnii Ada
mid l.afuw'ttc, about 'J-'J inili'slroui heru.
when l'rincu heard, abovu tin; rael.ct ol'
thu train, thu -oiinil ol' cninklliiy
wood, which ciiinu Iroin the door Iwhiml
liltn at lliu end of thu car. Suddenly
turning, Ik: kiw a face with black muslin
tied over it, cmiiiiijr tlironj;li a hole in the
door, made by brcuMn:: out the panel.
Price was alone, and it vn alter mid
nilit. lie wai armed, but it did not oc
cur to hint lo reach for his pMol. The
fljjht W!ls wj itiiuxiM'ctiil that, lor a lew
r-coihN, he wa taken aback. The ear
was ximcwhat dim, a j-iule llickerlnjj
lamp providing the only liht, and hu
was not ulte mre : to what it was that
wai coining up out of thu uhsviirity ol'
the corner. Price U a man ol'
about thirty, tall. trniif, I'ully
proiioriioneil, one ol those healthy
yoiuijr lellow.s tor whom railway
coniiianies have a .'liarti eye wlien there
Is treasure to be -juanled. He 'aid, after
It was all over, that hu did not know
what was coming next. The thought ol
danger did not occur to him 10 iinicli as
.1 luelin of .startled curiosity. He
hail, a few moment. iK'fore, called
out "Good nl;:ht" to tlie sollLtry fctatlou
keeper at Limn, as the train whirled
away I rum the nlace, audiiu had sliutthu
door, locking himself in, ptx'paratory for
a ituiet Journey over the oilier 1C0 miles
to Pitt-burg." Thuru was nothlm; uu-u-ual
at thu last slopping plaee. Ttiuc;r
ivas strong, well bound 111 all Its part, as
iMillttetl the receptacle of thu iiiiineu.se
sums of money and quantities ol' vilua
lle u;irr!ed lrom time to time between
thu irrcat cities ofthu Vl'ct. There wcro
on board .several chc-t iiacked with co-t-
Iv ware.-, .-ilk-, clothing, jewelry, dia
monds, monuy.l'orthe worth of every one
of which the company is liable to the
icnilcr. In c.hc ot lii". and the 111:111 who
travels with tlie-e in charge is more tli in
the mere baggage handler ; he U tor the
time being the only protector, the only
barrier between the owner ami the thief.
His pii-ltioii is a dangerous one. Ili
not i)u--i!)le to place more than one man
In a train, and ho tiitt-t need- ride alone.
His route lie.s over great -tivtches ol wild
country, aeto-s uninhabited praliie,
through dune and lonely forests. The
conductors do not come near hlir,
the brake-men are not permitted to enter
tlie door is locked against friend and
foe alike. When Price tiw tlie pauiiel
fall away, lie aw that it was a man who
was on the other side of it. ami that his
face wa- covered with cloth. Tins man's
eyes could lie seen shining through tlie
holes cut in the cloth, but there was no
dgn by which lie could tell what man
lie wa-. Hu had not long to think, how
ever. Ileforu lie could guci-s what would
hu the next move, thu man in thu ma-k
-tood up Willi his hack agaiiiat the door.
Ids right arm witli a pNtol In thu hand
-tretched out, looking teadily at Itlin.
This all took perhaps not half a minute.
Price liadjn-t time enough to turn his
head on hearing tlie cra-h. when the
mouth ofthu pi-lol was staring him in
the face. "IJivo me your keys!" came
from under thu nia-k. In-tantly Mr.
Price' j- pre-ence of mind came luck. It
all flashed before him. Kobberi were tm
board : tlie ear was to be nlllaired ; lie
must give up or ilk. .Slill hedld not teach
out for Ids own weapon.
"Not yet:' he replied, and
L'llnned at the man. at the kiiiw time
taking in his build, as iftoealciilatu what
chances there might be In a tu-fle. lie
saw that lie was about bis own sl.e. A
pi-tol .-lint was thu reply, and Price lelt
the cutting sweep ofu bullet ucrn-s his
arm ami over tin; linvliead, immediately
folio will by another through his left
shoulder, thu arm falling limp, and t tie
blood tricklim: down Ids face. Ouick as
llrtfli lit iiu'ii iilhlnl i'ic nllf. ',i blfll
he. .shouted. .N'ot yet! not lu-t yet!
ami uu rai-eu ins rigut arm. l or a Mr-
ond thu two stood face to lace, the loadisl
pistol of each pointed at thu other. It
was no longer spoils or no Molls, It was
llli! and death. The locomotive wlil-tlu
shrieked across thu bleak prairie, the
wheels roaicd above the sound of thu
powder and .-hot, t lie ear .swayed lrom
side to nide, hut neither moved, Tim
hammer of Price'.s pistol win rai-eil to
tlie full. That ol thu other had yet to be
ral-cd. It was tlie work of
11 second, thu contriU'tloii ot the
muscles of 11 linger, hut it was
enough to turn the balance of a man's
life. Thu robber nulled the hammer, and
It quickly responded to the pressure, hut
at that same Instant Price's pistol Unshed,
mid thu would he thief and murderer was
shot thrnu"li thu head, his bnilns smash
i d over thu walls. Ho fell back, ibtriklng
the door, dead. In a low minutes morn
thulralu had reached Cre.stllue,whero thu
body was lilted oil', where It now Ilea,
awaiting thu coroner of Allen county, O.,
lu wlioju Jurisdiction his death occurred,
Price will lw due hero to-morrow, nml nn
ovation nwiilts him, If there Is anything
which warms up uie 1110 cockicsoi an ex
press company' heart, and proves that, 1
ut least, 0110 kind ot corporation has n
soul, It is to llml n man who stands up
for It hi tho hour of danger, nnd this
Price lias done In thu bravest manner.
His conduct has given Die greatest satis
faction to tho company, nml there Is not
a soul about thu otllce, from Anson Gor
ton down, who Is not willing lo swear to
day Hint Price Is one of "tho gamest men
lu America!" 1
iifo
An i:ioillnii .lummy ItrKnluinit
Alipenrmiri l "
A gentleman of Halifax. Kiigiand. hi
lug In Kgypt, brought back Ml end heads
taken from human nuimini.-. TIii m '
head wi re brought In scimrate small
boxes, mid one of tlieni In "omi way got ,
soaked lu salt water 011 tlie voyage.
When it wai opcneil by Mn M.eyland. lu
(lie prc-cnceol'a number of oilier gen
llcman. thev were start liil-U'ven slMoii-l-hed-to
lliid that tlie lle'h 011 the race I
bid recovered Its outline, the
cheeks and chin were plump and '
rounded, the open ''m looked 1
upon them and even seemed to move. 1
'Hie gentlemen hastened to call others;
inilll till pans 01 too innst-uui m un-crve
this wonderful phenomenon, l or a while
I buy beheld an uiiinHnltibli' Kgjptiau
eoiiuteiiaiice, with n plui-niit, i ompii-ed
expression the fact! ol'n man Mho lived
at least H.000 vears n;o. They could
onlv coiielude tliat the wonderful aro
matic giim which had been u-eil had ar
rested the decay which the -alt water
had now rendered possible, and which
epmllly set III after the head was taken
lrom Its box anil uiappint". Cut sev
eral gentlemen ulio saw It have u-uicd
me that they can never forget thu life
likeness ol the face Ih'Ioii! tlie swift de
cay of lle-h which followed. t'iif';iMi
IwiuitrciuK
'till' llcnil I'lime In l.lle-Miie
Veil rn
Anions hut ill:) "..
.Mr. ltahis i:. Itnitis informs us that he
has Ju-t reccl'.ed a letter from Ids son,
Hen-oii (i. Kalns, a liieinbcr 0f tliu 'itli
Illinois Vols., ami who Wcro all except
IbiirorlUe tlioiiglit to liriMj Ixi-ii lo-t on
thu Ill-fatnl Cieneral I.von, which ourned
oil Cape llattcras. March IWth, It
si-cm.- tliat lie ami a lieutenant named
Itutlcr were picked up by a Marmadiiki'
-chooneron the XI ol April, alter having
bi-eu hanging on to an old door, in the
water, lor four days, nnd trau-porled to
a cannibal I-lauil called lialiylon, the ex
act location of which lie is unacquainted,
and where they were buhl u prisoner.-',
nmoiig savages, fur nine years, thu lieu
tenant dying in thu meantime. A favor
able opportunity iire-onthig !t.-ell" ho suc
ceeded lu making hi- e-cape, and Is now
lu London, awaiting trau-portaliou to
this country. Ills right arm was blown
oil' by the explo-Ion of the shh' boilers.
Xo doubt .1 meeting between tlie parents
nud one who lias been given up for dead
eleven years w ill lie a joyful one. (Jot
contlii Herald.
raiiimm Cliiusiiiiitrs.
The l!ev. .1. fj. (.'. Abbott writes to the
IntttjKHtltnt as follows concerning the fa
mous class in which ho was graduated
from I'.owdoln College. inls?2."i: "(jeorgu
('heever and I learned our alphabet to
gether; Longfellow and I wen-classmates
lu school, lilting lor college; Hawthorne
Is painted upon my mind'- eye as silent,
-olltary. with melancholy mien, as he
walked thu college grounds; .Jonathan
Cilley, who might have been one of tho
greate-t men hi the nation, but who was
early shot by Graves in a duel, at Wash
ingtou. rises sadly Wore me. In thu
preceding class was I'ranlc Pierce, with
whom 1 have hail many a tus-lu to see
which should throw the other on the bud.
Socially, he. was one of the most lovable
of men, and hi wile, Jane Annlcton. thu
friend of my childhood, was certainly ouo
or tlie most lieaiitllilt iimiarcomxisiiciiof
women, rut l e.-eniien, a runny coy 01
1". was admitted by all to bu thu 'smart
est' little lellow In the class. C'alvinstowe
was the wit. i ott could generally tell
where hu was Ijv tho roar of laughter."
l.'rcit routes! Oct coll ItareliiK K
Ulitei.
l'rom the Oakland 'rr.iiucrl.t, ApriUl
lame- L'obiiisou, the irreat chaiiiiilou
bareback rider of the woild, broke bis
engagement with l il-ou. of il-ou's
( alltoinia Circus, to ride hi San 1'rali-
c scongam-t ( 'barley 1 1-h, a 1 1 1 1 11 r eham-
iiou Ire-h fiipn Lurope. for SIU.tKiO a
side, and thcgold diamond studded licit of
tlie world.
il-ou has commenced suit ngain-t
Kohiu-oii, tlie rider, lor .ri0,0lK) damages.
l!obiii-on i- tlie tavorite with the Han
l'ranelco broker.-, who. it Is said have
staked over hall a million dollars on the
rc-ult.
They are riding hi .Montgomery Queen's
Circus ami .Menagerie, and tliu great
champion will have his baud- full to get
away with l'lsli. The match is to bo de
eideil by vote of thu audiences. Xo
chance lor ballot-box stullliig on this oc-ca-lon.
Xo Jlore llatlM forVle."
A car-ill I ver was signaled to .-top 111
the corner of Preston nnd .Market -trccls,
hut two negro women, one of whom wa
to get out at that point, concluded their
talk thus, as the car tarried lor a mo
ment: Inside Darky. "I -ay, "Lia, Is
you gwine to com to de ball to-night':''
Dut-ide Daiky (lingering on the car
-tep-). "WbaiVilal ';"' "I- oil gwine
to de dance to-night Vim I.im'mv, lalie'll
be lookiu' fur you.''
"Lnok a hea. cliile. ha-11't you done
hcjiidile newsV "Xo. 'LI1. I haint."
"Well, you je-t tell ilat inioly-headed
wench dal ' done got ithirioii I'm
gwine to church lo-nlglil: iioino' ball-for
me. I tell von."
"Pshaw, 'Ll.a. dat'll do well 'noiigh
for one root dat's Pivshvleiian; but ilat
left chuindashcr o' ouni'- heiimlto wag
wlieiiehber you hea'de lianjo plcked--go
long whl you, gal." Ami the car went
oil, too. LoitlscilU Cviirier-JiiitriKtl.
'IIISIIIIIl(llMI
the scourge ot tho human family, may in its
early st i','c ho promptly arreted and per.
niaueiitly cured.
1!aknswooh, W. Va.
Dr. U. V.l'imtci:, lliiil'alo, N, V, :
fclrt For the pa-t year I have been ulng
ynurdolilen Jlnllcal Discovery. I owo
my life to It, lining been mulcted for years,
Dili not mo It hut a short time bel'oiu I was
henelittcil : ut tint ihno I was very bad, nut
ublu to tit ii i 'h. wis Millerhig greatly
with my lliiont. was gelling blind, had a
dry eoiiL'h, ami much p .In 111 my hnij;s. 1
have Used twelve Intthi uf tho Discovery
ami am aluio.t well
h.VIK T. WAIIli.NIUt.
A son of .Mr. .1. II. Mi:siii:k, of Chatham
Four Corners, N. V., has been euied ol
Consumption by Dr. Pierce's (lohlen .Medi
cal Discovery,- say Mr. (.'. II. Canilcld,
editor of the Chatham Courier.
S.lt.Kiit.ii!,ilriigDt. o Wo.t Uiilnn,
O,, writes tostato that Dr. l'lereo's U ildun
Medleal Discovery ha i cil'ectcd a womlnrlul
euro of Commuptlon hi his neighborhood.
PISH
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Itust Matillul. Ihwlv fur me, ull bliea.
iai li,iv In Tr.iite. hVnil lor I'lii'u I.UU.
"nT 1 .11 1 Id SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
METS WEERLYBOLLETIIv
4i)ii 11 II ' " ll.Wl w w
Ml H II 7 " " 11.00
I'rlce
ItUlHII.l'll ,1c CO., hi. iMUii, Mo.
1-10.W.
ulklitt
Watoliln.jrtoxi .A.-,ron.Ao.
MAY 1.2, 1875.
BURGER & GO.
Still Ahead as Usual
This Finn has just brought on
an Immense Stock of
N!IH!)I!1
-COMPRISING
NOVELTIES
-Which they offer at-
AND WHICH HAS CAUSED THE
EVER BEEN
Cor. Ninth Street and Commercial Ave.
Clough & Warren Organ Go.'s
(Lato SIMMONS & CLOUGIl ORGAN CO.,)
IMI'JIOVIIU
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SCRIBNER'S PATENT
An Invciilliin Ii:iIiiui)iihI I1111mrt.ini lieuilnRnn
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GrondCombinaiion mm
liii.ins in winrii iiieiiuinmy or viiiiuiu'iu iinii' i to i.ir0-ei
ini'li'iiasl, nnd the mulltr !' tuneiciuli rvsl
::;.:! to M :! the H h Dp: o! I'ts Im hp::;':.
-Oiirielibniliil "Vn CilMte," "Vox UmiKilia." "Wllrnx I'ntint," "OilaM' I'mipler,'' the
chaiinha "iVlhi" nv "Clurlunel" Hun, "livnn limn," "Iuiihiiui,' ". AiikiIiI,"
lulu laiu'ila" ami
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
dm lie obtained only In thesi' Ci;jim
Fifty Different Stylos,
i'orino rnriornnu iiiu ouuiuu,
Tho lioat Mtitonul nnd Workmanship,
Quality and Volumo of Tono Unequalled.
rnxoxis,
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Faclory and Wamouns, Ccr. Sib asd Cnngresa Sis,
(Established in 1800.) Agontd Wanted in F.vory County.
Address CLOUGH & WARREN
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ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
NO. 122.
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ALL THE-
SEASON
OF THE
IN CAIRO.
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ORGAN CO., Dotroit, Mich.
1'OMJIIMIOJI HkltrMANTN.
C. CLOSE,
Otneral
Commission Merchant
AKD DKALVR IX
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
IIAIB, Stc,
Under City National Bank.
IWIM 1 elt In enr-lol lot t innnnfuctartra
prh'eii, milling t'rvluht
JOHN B. PHXLLIS
AND SON,
(Successor lo John D. 1'hlltls)
FORWARDING
A.SU
Commission Merchants
An t Dnilrrs In
HAY,
OUN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, (tc.
Ageatifor LAFUN &BARD POWDER CO
ZCornor Tenth Street and Ohio
LeToe.
Z I) JtHthu.i.
E 0. Ulil.
MATHUSS & UHL,
FORWARDING
Ami (inncml
Commission Merchants
Dealers In
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
fiL Olxio Ijovoo.
i:. ,1. Aynn.
8. I). Ayrvs.
AYRES de CO.,
piioun
Ami Kcntral
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
H.VMiN.
THE
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
omegas.
W 1. HAI.I.IDAY, I'nsldTOt.
HKSUY 1.. 1IAI.1.IUAY, Vice ITfBt.
A. II SAFl'OUll, Cuslilvr.
WALTUK HYfel.Ol', A't Cashier.
Smati TavLou,
I.. IIalliuay,
1). William-ox.
A II.
It. II. ftl'.VNINGlUU,
W. 1. IfAI.LlllA V,
.SlElilr.v Ilinu,
Sahoiio
Eschango, Coin and United Statoo
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DlU'OsITS rvrvlvtsl ami a general banking
ImnIiicMiiluiK,
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 81, 1889
CITY NATIONAL RANK, CAIRO
urnexns:
A. II. SAIKOUD, l'iTMinl.
S S TA YI.D1I, Vlie I'rrslilent.
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XN"l'i:itU.ST I' lhl nn ili-Kii,itM nt the rate of alx
I .ni iMit nr milium, Miirrhlstunil Svitem
I'.t lt. Inli rent mil wltlnlrauii la ul,litt liniur
ilintily In Uie irlnvlMl (if tlie ilrnvsltii, Iherehy
idvln.; tin 111 1'uini.uunil lull ri'il
Married Women and Childron may
Doposit Monoy and no ono
clso can draw it.
i)m h mry liiMhiwulny lVniiil.iii to s p. 111
nni Miliinl:iy eiriihivs lur calnss ilrjslu ouly
liuiiitilntio'cl'icJ..
W. HYSI.or, Trsaaarer.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Transacts all kinds of a Legit l
muto Banking Business.
P C. CANEDY. Proaldsnt.
HKNKY WKLLa Vioe Prsildent.
THOMAS LEWIS. Caahler.
T. J. KKHTU, Assistant Cashier.
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