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TIIK MKMPIUS A VALASC11K.
ho withdrawal of Col. M. C. Oullon-ay
from the Me.rpliis Arahnehe, w -6BcedMTralilyiigo.
Tlio reason -slfhtd
foF'tfaU step li the wont of harmony
la the politic! conduct of tho psper-Col.
Keller, "co-dltor nnd owner, being b con
'erTUr who Is In favor of n new depnrt
nr$ upon the part of the Democratic party
ml Col. Galloway contending for the
unity of the party-K-liovIng the well
being of the South to bo hinged with the
success of Democratic principle.
Col. Gallowav .founded tho .Iralaiicht,
and by an cxcrc'c of hi ability m a writer
-and tact at a business man, luou gavo It
character s tho leading journal of Tctinw
tic, nnd ns one of tho iiblcst and most In
fluential of the South. Iti character win
aptly Indicated by rU nnmc. Its Influence
walike the power of the avalanche, carry
ing everything before It. It carried Mom
phi and tbnl portion of Tenncisoo Into re
licllion, and ufter tho war moulded public
sentiment In favor of tinl verbal suffrage and
gcnnral amnesty. It la always been very
positive In nil lt teaching! nnd prefer
enccs. fearless In the line of duty, thrink-
Ing from no rcsiwnslllllty n powerful
friend, a terrible entfrny.
' ' "Wo have received no Intimation a to
, Col?Galloway future; but cnlorUiln the
"'hope that ho l not lost to the profession
he ha to long and signally honored and
adorned. The field of Journullm can but
illy spnre, him.
Col. Keller will reman In cbargo of tho
L Aralanchr, nnd devote It to an advocacy
of hi conservative political view to the
contolldutlon of the conervativu clement
of tho country, bo they Democratic, ltndi
cil, Kcpubllcan, white, Ihck or yellow.
Ho li u gentleman of ability, of innny ex
cellent malillci, and, zealoui In tho work
' In hand,.wlH maintain for tho Atalaixif
a high Hand among the Journal of tho
country,
vp .v.i jim.loox nors. '
That wai a ad case a terrible case
that of tho girl llertha Ijiwrence, who
dropped out of a balloon, near Jlontpellcr,
Indiana, the following nutc:
Sailed from Toronto, Aprll'2, forXew
York. Mit with advert wind, nml by n
midden movement of the balloon, 31 r. J.n
, grange wa thrown out, at near ns I could
' determine, over tho'outhcrn part of Michi
gan. Not knowing how to manage tho
hlp, it hai been tbsied to nnd fro in all
direction! linco he fell out. I nm nlono,
and no earthly power can lave me. I
drop tlicio Unci hoping tome human being
will find thorn nnd communicate to my
parent! the tldlngi of my melancholy fate.
To Heaven, to Heaven 1 commit my toul.
l'leaio tend them thli note, to ltalph
Lawrence, Upper Cunada.
"IIKKTHK LAWKKNCK."
Poor llertha 1 She win savcl from h lior
riblo death only bv one lucky accident,
viz: tbe neglect of tho balloon to tail from
Toronto, or anywbero cite, on thu date
mentioned. In other wordi, the ttory li
a hoax n '-balloon hoax on a tuinll Kale.
THE FHVIT CHOI'S.
Tho Iht Quoin Trilunt tpcaklng of the
first crop iay! that a linn east and wot
through Kichview or Aihley would divide
the injured and uninjured fruit region i.
North of thu line the fruit hot m-aped in
jury. South of the line, and particularly
In the more elevated localities, tho peach
hai suffered tevercly it being untafe to
count upon more than half un Average
crop. Apple nnd cherries Lave not been
damaged much.
$&"ilr. Z' Clifford, of Gallatin county,
who propose to contM with Han Munn for
tlm empty honor of the lUdlcal nomina
tion for Congress, In thii district, was tho
"flghtiug chaplain" of the old Twenty,
ninth Illinois volunteer. He it it inun of
fairubllity, of indotnltublu energy, Im-measurable-
loquacity, and juii populur
In thu upper end uf the district. Ho wat
tho Lincoln elector in thu year 1K.4, and
nude a very vlgoroui canvas. In view
of these and u greiit many other fact! we
are not uro but Orel will bo called upon
to '-flax out' not -Munn but Clifford.
The title of "flirbtlng paron," U u '-big
thing" for Clifford.
BeHT Next Thurtday Is tet apart, by the
Independent Order of lied Men i.ll over
the Union, to commemorate the funding
uf their order. They are making "exten
lve preparations," especially In the South
ern Statei. We upo) that when the
colored people, under tho procet of mu
lattolzlng, get to bo entirely faded out and
extinct, there will ttart tip thu Independ
ent Order of lllack Men to tommtmorato
and keep allvo the virtue! which tho
member will tuppoe the nb.olcte African
to Lave once possessed.
WA most dUattoroui Are occurred in
Wncj, on Friday night latt, during the
prmUnco of a high wind, Tho property
Urnii M valued t S300.000. Tho Jltr.
W printing oClce, one of the largest in the
.Jv?' ! t0Ull' Jwtroyarf. I $30,.
WOiOUvhlclure WM
S:;; U' Either byth,
Htate ynr l,H1 "f '
It.1.'" IT" '' the Sen
to lve,t gatli,Bt,,miIlUtc,In-Uio
gl.com.p lon ,nall(ir, ,bal uo
brought to -Wathinmoa rtcniU- rZ
Georgia to HullcV, touStt
Cobgre.Io.l luutlon fj'n
The draft wa. drawn utJrrd
fund of Georgia, m the firm name cf.Svktt
Chadwlck 4 Co, proiirietor.of AVUHar.r.
Hotel, "Where Bullock puU Up, ttud WM
PJbJ? 'to l wder of itigg,' k Co
Wslwi, of Wathington.
'at w-. "
There wa an old ironiAn, and trlitt do yon llik f
!!.? 1 1 trit on nothing but victuals itmlHrtnlc I
HlikipMrt.
A few woekngo it wai nnnounend in all
the papers that tho Kmprcii of. Atittrla
could eat nothing but milk and egg. Now
it I announced, nho In all the paper, thnt
tho inpro4 of Ruuia can oat nothing but
milk, eggi and nge. Soon tome other
paragraphia will want an Item and an
nounce that the KmpreJi of France can
cat nothing but milk, eggi, lago and nut
meg. Pott around the egg! and milk.
Hi
8Qr Tho Cincinnatlan bnve nicknamed
Murnt nalstcnd and Wathlnglon McLean,
the bclllgorcnt editor!, ni Mnwhal Mural
nnd General Wahington, Both pnrtld,
by the way, have disappeared, and a hor
rible tuiplcloh Is abroad that each hn eat
en tip tho other.
THE GREAT ILLINOIS CEN
TRAL. ITS OlilGIX, OPESIXG A XI) Ol'Elll
TIOX.
A sketch of tho origin, construction and
and operation of tho Illinois Central rail
road, recently published In tho Chicago
Haitway ferine Is tlaborato and Juit In
ovcry particular, invo wherein it trcnU of
tlio origin or.tho enterprise. Tho fact 1
overlooked that but for tho penlitent and
unremitting lnbor of parties Interested In
tho Cairn Property, tho Illinois Central
rallrWl might never havo' been built. It
wni that intcrcit that pressed the pro
ject upon thoa'ttcntion of Congres! through
Senator! Drccse and Dobglaa; It was that
Interest that, as far back as 1817,
initigatcd mail meeting In Northern 1111
nola, nnd otiiorwlso rnunufacturcd popular
sentiment in favor of tho project among
tho people. During an interval of four or
flvo yenn tho energies and means of thoie
parties were made to bear upon Congron
through an efflciont and powerful lobby,
and a favorable public ccntlmcnt in Illi
nois nnd eltowhcfe. Congrcu llnnlly suc
cumbed, nnd on tho 20th of September,
1850, tho "act granting tho right of way
and making a grant' of land to
Illinois, Mississippi nnd Alabama-in
aid of thu construction of n
railroad from Chicago to .Mobile"
beenmo n Inw. This end nchlered a half
dozen "rutnurs ' or tne unuortaklni: re
vealed thcmtolvcs nnd laid claim to the
glory of thu achluvetncnt, while the real
authors of It subsided Into obscurity, sat
isfied to enjoy their success in sllcnco.
Wo copy from tho Jlcvitto tho roforenco
to tho old Illinois Central railway, the
opening of tho pa-sent road and thoeffect
of its operation greatly regretting our
inability to reproduce tho article entire:
01tiniNAI.X0RTU AXU hOUTH RAILWAY.
Among the lines contemplated by the
Legislative not authorizing State aid, was
one project between 1880 and 1840, run
ning tho entire length of the Stnto, from
Cairo to Galena. Work on this was, in
deed, l"rttin, and considerable sections
WCIM graded. In lofilt f llio ujiiieiit
of Interest by tho Stato of Illinois how
ever, work was abandoned at this point.
Of tho wholo magnificent Stato railway
system, only a short line from bpmigiiew
to tho Illinois river was built. The Inst
tato of tho commonwealth seemed wore
than the first. The fact of an enormous
State debt, contracted for projects uncer
tain of realization, and some of them per
haps impructicaoio u rcuitzco, aim lite ex
pectation of high taxation upon an unpro
ductive investment had tho effect to turn
tho tido of emigration away from Illinois,
nnd drive it farther eit. mainly to
Iowa.
A rtlKCKPENT.
Tho auccchs of tho Cilial land grant
measure, ami its fruits in tho creation of a
great route of commerce nnd the growth ol
population nml wealth thereupon, r sug-
i: Oiled and encouraged tho revival of tin
project for a north and south line ot rail
way, that should, In like manner, open to
settlement nnd to the markets of the world,
vast regions, cdnccrnliig which it was only
known, vaguely, that there was in them
promlsoofrlch rewards to productlvo in-
uuiirv. A l mo iimu wneu ino ninie
stunned iiavincnt on tho old railway enter
priic, far mora monoy had boon spent and
work was further advanced on the canul
project. In aid of which the Uni'od States
inailo tho grant of alternate sections. It
was natural that similar aid should bo
looked for In behalf of the revived rnil
way, which, it was also natural, should
1ki u virtual revival of the
abandoned one conceived years before.
The preoccupation of tho public mind
with the old route also doubtless oxplains
the designation of "main stem" applied to
that portion of the mora comprehensive
now lino. At an events as ino result oi a
nubile aL-itatlor. of tho scheme, which per
vadinc and earnest nt it was, but foebly
emphuslzcd Its necessity us n remedy for
tho financial embarrassment and the in
duttrial docline of tho commonwealth
durimr tho terms of Senators Douglas und
llreese, tho uctof Congress referred to was
secured, authorizing the State to negotiate
with a company, on tho basis or a Uovorn
nient land grant, for tho building of a line,
connecting on tho ono hand tho great
lake, and on tho other the greut rivers of
thu Nortliwo.it with the Gulf region of the
country.
"main line" and "hkaxcii.
This new project differed from the nrig
liiul one in recognizing thu growing Lake
port as thu promising rival of Galena.
Following tho old lino on many portions
of lu "main stem,'' It provide! for u
''Chicago Hranch." Tills orii;inullv tiro.
Jected, was to lea vo the "main'' fine at
m fcalloj hut, tlnally, points further south
were considered, with the result of llxlng
the present jwlnt of dejtarturo (Centralia),
bringing it northeo.u rn terminus on a
line of divergence oven more direct thun
It northwestern. Tho distance to Chicago
tut Ij4 Salle would havo been about 00
.mics, in coiiipanson with '03 miles ly
the nrpsont lino. Coiniwtltlon with
other fines building from Clilcago west
ward, wat also avoided by tho present
route; tho amount of land due the Co. was
materially. added to; whllo the number of
cjuntie to which tho road gave tho Drat
railway faeilitlos and tho most important
that could bo looked for for a long time to
come, was Increased by nu les than seven
or eight.
OI'KNIKO Or THE UOAD.
Tho road Wisoponid September 27, JbM.
'nllne, is located, ptsd through the
The Cairo Brilletin,
most sparsely settled portion of the Stato,
settlements not tinfrcqucntly being n
day's journey apart. Only two stations on
the Chicago Branch (Knnkakco nnd Ur
Imna) wero in tho vicinity of oven small
village, tho alto of nearly every ono licing
vacant In 18C3, With tho oxooptlon of
Cairo, Joneshoro, Vandalin, Decatur, Clin
ton, JJIooinlngton, La Snllo, Dixon, Free
port and Galena, the same was true of the
main line and Galena Branch. Most of
the lands had been In tho Government
market for about a third of n century nnd
had they been Anally told, ns such, they
would have brought but 12j rents per ncro
under the Graduation Act of August, 4,
18Vl. Corn, in1 that primeval 'period
brought only from 0 to 6 cts.. nnd wheat
from 25 to 40 cts., por buliel; nnd stock
was, of course, unprofitable! What tho
farmer could not put Into food, clothing
nnd shelter, win ofiio advantago tniilnu
J.NFI.UKXCK or THE nOAD.
To these binds, practically worthless
the Hallway Company, by an expenditure
of twenty millions of'ilollnrs, impurted
value, the system under which those be
longing to It were sold being so sagacious
ly devised thnt tho settler upon tlicm, re
mote from the established markets of tho
country, enjoyed a better inconiu with less
inoor tinm lie woum liuvo received on
lnnds bought nt tho same rutei in tho in
terior of Now York. Vennsylvntila, Mary
land or Virglnln. Their transfer to this
Co. was, as u distinguished statesman char
acterized it, a threo-sldcd bargain, In
which nil parties were gainers : the United
States by speedy sale- nt from $2 60 to SO
for what would otherwise linvo gone beg
ging at 121 cts.; tho Stnto by a vast in
crease of tho producing classes n people
Industrious, enterprising, intelligent, in
creasing tho tnxablo property
Uswelling capiUil nnd commerce,
ana enjoying. tno rnptmy
growing Ineomo from tho seven per cent,
of gross receipt of tho road'; nnd, llually,
tho company, building and equipping
nearly a thousand mile of road witli the
ronsonubh; certainty that proceed of sales
of lands would largely cover expenses. The
year 1868 taw 100 cities nnd villages of
from 'J00 to 12,000 Inhabitants nlong the
line the contort of n population of moro
than 000,000. Of these, 76 had no pnpuljj'
tlon in 1H60; and tho aggregate of tin rt
malning 20 wns but 14,2H'J. In IHSCthu
population of 81 cities was 73,U8!i; in 1850,
03 contained a population of 1 l'J,29'1 the
charchc numhcring I'JO, tho schools 200,
the stores 1,127, tho hotels 250, the saw
mills 76, tho flour mills 70, the factories
206. Tho following arc statistics of inn
terinl progress :
ISM. IK'.r,. is.
ls,
Wheat, net's.... ua,w
Oirn.aeri's l.li'.J.W)
Nwfjrmopfn''l ..... n,lM
Value of twk.fl,Ut,S"i
lip'n lot town 2K.,lln ......
l.Slo.OTO
l.Ks.ll')
I 3T
i,!M,tii
......il7,le.'.,Ti"
l. .i.lll
Tho passage from tho New Testament,
"it is easier lor a camel," etchas pernlex
ed many good men who have read It liter
ally. In Orlcntnl cities there nro in the
larger gates small and very low apertures
caiicu meiapnoricaiiy "necdio s eyes," just
as wo talk of certain windows lis ''bull's
eyes." These entrances aro too narrow
for ataincl to pass through them In the
onllnary manner, or even If . loaded.
When n laden camol has to puts through
ono of theso entrances, kneels down, and
Its load Is removed, nnd tlon it shullles
through on lu knees. "Yesiorday,' write
Lady Duff Gordon, from Cairo, ''I saw a
camel go through tho eye of a needle thut
is. the low arched door of mi enclosure.
Ho rnust kneW and bow his bend to creep
through; andthusthu ilch man must hum
i.u M...ir '
ANNOUNCEMENT.
For Jtidtl oftitr ffupretue S'oiirl.
Vrre authorised eo annonnec lliat tlm Hun
8IDNKV llltEIV-K will m ueanUliltln for lh ultiee
of JuJtfecjf thSiiiretno Court of Illinois, from
th Klrst drsn l Disitlon. Ei'-ction on Mou.litj-,
June 0, U70.
J M. P1IILI.IPN c :.,
.Suceessort lo K. II. llen.lncLs A VJ
FORWARDING
"WJjLixrX - Boat
PROPRIETORS,
CA11U), ILLINOIS.
i.iiii:kai. AivNt't mai: sx .
S-Ar preiisn-l to rn'rlre, stort and furwupl
frrlshts to all Hjuts, and niy u sell un uum
iiii.iiiii .
stsrlluslnnsa slU-ndtxl to with trinitiirt.
-iVO. II. PIIIM.IN,
tJ
Huceo.soi to Parker A Iliillli.
UENKKAL.
COMMISSION
And Ilrah lu
Flur, 9fel, Hay,
Corn, Oiittt,
urssii.
Cor. 10th St.& Ohio Levee
CAIKO, IIXI.OIN.
II ALLEY,
iTnprietnr or trie ..
OXXJbJEVX'JBXl.
STOVE STORE
COPPER, TIN AND SHEETCIRON
JOBBINTO SHOP
WAStlllMUTtlN AVKM!r, A BUTE TIIK
MASSUBl MUi'StK.
m-HooDDK. UuttrrinK,
Hnoiitliiff anil HifAin.
Dual Work done In a ui at aod aulMUuilal tnM
r, til shart nolUa.
ICE,
ICE
f
Are .ire now prepared
to deliver Tee to Fam
ilies and othersin all
parts of the city, at
prices that will bring
it, within the reach of
all. On r facilities are
known to be such as
to enable us to do bus
iness in a business-like
manner.
Prompt delivery and
good treatment en
sured. Orders may be
V
left at our office, corner
Eighth Street nnd Ohio
Levee, or with our dri
vers.
E, LOOMS & CO.
Cairo, May 4, 1S70.
At tho WaMhi limits 11 Kn-
loon. corner oi Wn.sli-
iniston Avcmio mid
jFoiirlcvntli iSlrrct.
V. IILANKKMIl'IKi', I'lopriclor.
02DLI3I AND 0?TICAK3.
jASi: a.i ).n roisT.
TIIK III.KSSI.i.S(ir ;tt' 4-t MiillT
Tin-re . le' iirir .i m, ti . . r, , if. . i k..i,
ami 1'i'rf. tf J.! r .11 iihlv U. .1,1, mi l.y i.- ijj
I'liniiwn ii .i iKiiknriun.
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OCULISTS AND OPTICIANS
ii ak i roun. co.v.v.,
Mumf i tm t thu C' ibri l
Perfected Spectacles!
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n... . ... ....( i. .-..pit. utrt' iiinrr ih'pii t'nai,.
ni in i'iuiim-imii .inrsii i in -i leruniin,
Porfoot Spootnolofi,
Wlncli Imrn l-ri n t l 'siiliiinlniiitnl iiiifoii.)n
toiliu ui-mrr. in Mw liim io, ilt.Mi .au.I,( v.n
mi livnl, .Niih ll.inl-lnri-. Vinint. Mauif, .NVw
i"rK,.-iMi iit.i'j-, ri-nii.tKiinia. uiiin, MK'iiivnn,
M'l.aiosln, lllmmii, Minn.... a, Kn-,i., Ml.imin.
Iowa, ami nil tin llrih.li I'mtiiH-r., linrii'K th
a.t .Uin-n jrnr. Tlio..- I'l li l.p.lil IVrln'Icl
rn'iHrn'ii .
aSTovtu Tiro tho !Eyo
An llti'l insny nr. wiilioiu hant.- Mi i.
Lam li" , .Morn, liutr n imhiIhi
Taber Brothers
1VATCII.MAKKHS. .IKWKMIItS AXI
OrilCIAXS,
Ijnli-r In all kinds of
AiiiitIciIii mul Poirla Valt'ics,
Fmr Jeui'lr)'. iJimnanJ. Soihl Himr, I'lsii'.l
W&rel ul.ii ijM!iliri-tnrel lif Juilrv m.il lii...
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CAIItO, IIiLl VOIS,
In Airnt. fur lliu I'l.u , Ir in ulxnn onlv n.n
nitty nuiiiiiifu. nu rr.i'iu.i.im I'.MI'l.uj
LAZAIUJS A MOKIIIS,
HanilfjetiiriliK (t laui, II.i
nu lit
lurd, Conn.
FARE TO EUROPE.
TICKETS FOR SALE
IMIiK I'roiii 1 lvcriuiil,I,oiiiluiiilcir' y,
(ilnsgotv ur Qui'ciifcliMin to Cnlio,
39 30.
NAI tCOllU.MUHKIU A OANIIS'.i:,
mirtir Agttsu.
M ft ;Mi Q
b Wmfl m
H If
Mlay 9.
"yffr. ir. .hgiil'ttf.r,
mportlar and Wholesale Dealer
IN
Wines, Liquors
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
, .Rpnt for lMt I'rnn I. of
CitJLUI AM) STOCK. ALE
ImportoclAlomofciif-
rorout ltludsi.
X. 75 im U IiB VISE
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
:i-.IK IIOTIIL.
Cur 'llilril unit .Slisrhrt Mr rein.
rr. louis, ro.
Titiiii '2 Per Hay.
. , , ft
House Farafsbed wilb Best-Spring Beds
lliiil.r ffilrtillv to.. Un.. for all tttin.
l."n ill! 1. uu 1 hti'amlrfat Tirkct ulttin in ,h
n u.-.
J. CIIIM.KV, Pmiirlclnr.
msr."i.ltm
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
n tPllrfft.' ft-sirs it. Jltrrlintita nf Cains,
G.
I. UH.I.IAMKOV,
GROCER
ik,oittoi3
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Vo, 7(1 Ohio Lcvco,
CAIRO. ILL.
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T. lllnl.
QTItATTOX . IIIII1,
("iirrp.ors tubtiritton, lliiilton A Clark,)
"WlioleHalsi
GROCERS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
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MHiiulNcuirvra AfH lor lotion Vtirss.
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rotnttsrrclnt sic, tor. or lNilt ttlrret.
CAIKO, ILMNOH.
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Guns, Locks, Keys, Etc
"Vork winotnl nl charRM roH'Otnl.lc
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anno, Mijtj.
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A lull lino nf
WhU.l t.il, 7.lr. rl WhHf.
Vrnl.hra, 'ti I'hIiiI ItriKlir,
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IX l.MKiK STOCK,
V.t BnrolAyM'i
riz.vim on,.
Genuine Article,
Jnal rrcclviil Irons II r. Ilniiillit'a l.ab.
rstloo'i Chlcngo.
Its ni nit at iniiliclnr nml no t'lrf ilisinic ;
Tlm notlfr la only to infi rm jroa tint it cantr
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.x 33n,x'oll.yls,.
rpm: .MAI.AH1A ki.vc;,
For Chills and Fever,
Its (lie uieslicliiu (hut lsotttN all
ulhcrs). ItAKCI.AY IIIIOTII
i:il.S have; Ituiiil recommend II.
17KSi:XCK OF J.t.Tl.lIC'.l
it ui..i:k,
Pure and Strong,
Tst bu luid by Hie NIiikIu lluttlo
r, nt WliolcHiile,
COA..
on,.
Standard White Oil,
, I. l'Ki.ns: OKIIKU,
For hiiIc In quantities!, from
ono barrel nnd npirardH, low
IbreaMli.at IMHCJ.AY Jilt ON.
piIVNlCIA.VS
Country Merchants
A .MS OTIIKRV,
Arc Inviled to examine our
tsloek.
. Barolay X3x'Oas.
CONTRACTORS.
G
EO. A. I'HIIIKMAX,
BRICKLAYER & BUILDER,
Cairo, - - - - IHh.,
I. tirinniMl In IaIia cnntrftct for tlld ffiyllnn nl
All kinds of Uriel; Ilti.lncsa llniiica, Itrslilonc'04,
tliuiulie. or Hchool lluuso., ur Urlckwrk of tiny
ullier fharacler. Hp rnfer, Willi oontlilfnco, lo
lila work in Culro ami rlseulicru, an oviUonco of
laaniiiiy iouo nrsK'iasa jous.
FtLOURr COMMISSION.
JJAIiMOAY ItKOTIIFItS.
IHL mm
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hKAI.V.UK IN
FLOUR
Anil Agiit nf
oiiio kivi:k ai kaxawiia
SALT COMPANIES
3XTca. vo oxiio Xjxirxizi
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
Q iv. jici:i:x,
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FLOUR AGENT
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Commission Merchant
8 1 1. A)tr.
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Anil Orncral. . .
Commission Merchants
NO. 133 OHIO LEVEE,
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FtJKltflTUItE
OTT13333NXS3-V7C7-.X.3D,
Bar Fixtures,
(JliASSWAIlK nml HOI'SK FI'ltMSII-
IN(1. coons,
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Cairo, Illiiioi.
WOOD,
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IP 31. U'AUI,
DEALER IN FIREWOOD
IM l'lti:s'Alti:t TO I I I.I, OIIIIKIIM
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FIRST-HSTIOHfiL B AH K
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itoui:iir yv. jiii.i.i:ii, vicci'rca.i
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Collections Promptly Made,
i:xiiiiuit:, Coin, Itauk oicm
and i: -tiled NtaleH Neeurl
lie lloiiKlit and
Sold.
Intcrcit Alliwril un 'limit IMiolt.s.
rpili:
CITY HATfONAL BANK
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
Capital - - $100,000
W. I. HAI.I-IDAY, Irrtlilenl
A. B. APPOIIU, Caalilari
WAI.TKK IIVKI.OI', Atslalaut Cn.hlf r.
DIKCCTOliN.
K. Ntailt Talor, tV. I'. Ilalllilir,
Sfott White, llolit.ll. Cuunlnslitm
(ifo. II, Williamson, Strjilirts lllnl,
A. II, Salforil.
Kxohangcs Coin anil
V. K. ltond lloulit
and (Sold.
XSoporsltofii IX ooolvod
AND
A QKNUIIAti IIAMdNO ni'NINElitl
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