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TUMnAY, H Y 90, 1874.
. l i I.a
cotTco nro luxuries wlncn con l" "u
luxuries when ttic tea U aud the
.coflco pale. And wo don't want to pay
Yor tho contonnial hy curtailing our
i, ,;,. n( ii, n Aniiilv hoard. Ana wo
W jbW"4.0.t,jaro fearful the pitriotum which desire
' . '. i the centennial would escape our bosoms
ooUM BLOrtMLY:JMtoT iM IMblUker tho j0Ci) the cup which chccrH
1 mito09rk UA, kVULVTl lt not inebriate?, if wo raised it to
mifm;Vf eklheV. f J6,r iin thrco times a day. only half
-v.. -
S"r o;iu'i; WWn. frara,tnsUBhou!dho,or costing
t!lt'5TT,?v." i, ........ MOO
a.
1 CO
10
THMnrwiUtr HULLKTIM.
"One YtW , M
Bit Monthi
T..Jfcjl0Bih
in alliance. .
BBBIBUIJ
1 1 Tor
tvican inucu as wo nro worn t "
jj. Wc hope somo other way will ho
panned to ranctho money for tho con.
cnnial. Wo are opposed to tho tea
lid coffco plan.
Til 14 Mli4-
mtr on rtmry piMt.
:emorial day.
Broclanation by tlio Governor.
' t... Statu of Illinois. I
i.. . MYt'vk UKi-Aur-MiiNT. J
Ju coonlt,, Iii, -,tioihif ami ,I j.;.r.
trobUc, in otwervauiHT f a cuUom already
loaored, j Urnioov with
menle of affection mil ptrlotlm
American people,
I, Jon I Hkvkbhxhc, (lovcrnor of tho
ttata of llllnols.do hereby appoint .Saturday,
f ii iOth lint, "Memorial Duy," In rcinem
,ftraneioruur patriotic dead.
And leaneatly reiuct that nil tho gnotl
people of flj itate oi MlnoN, on tli:it day
ai trbm tholr Usual evocation, and )ln
. Ufoonntcmoratlu;; the Miffe rntg ami valor,
'llioiicrlflcei una dtath ot our fallen heroes,
by atftwtiur, their grave with apring lUw
enand decorating tlioir tombs with Irc-li
ffarianda.
. And I do lurthor ro(Uoit, that on tlio Sab-
bathjollowlnir.tu all our chiirchcM, aiiiiropri
Vf.ft l.l At ... I
.toaarrice be nciu iu uiuuiuij in mu iu
ooei and in Hympathy with thoio who rtlH
Bourn Inculcating public and private virtue,
obtdlenco to taw, and lovo ot country t "d
cxDreitluu eraUtudo to Almlshty Ood tor
tola continued bl'uilnea upon as a nation;
lu tettimouy whereof 1 have hereunto fct
my band, and cautcdUm ureut M'al
ot atato to be affixed. Dono at
. .UUP'nl.'11lJ. tW 8th day of May, lu
t ' the year ot our Lord Otl thouiund
, eight hundred and fonty-four.
JOU.f l IlKVKItlDOK,
IItheUoTenior: (lovcrnor.
Oico. II. miir.ou',
Secretary ot the state.
; Dn. LvkkP. Macuuvrs of Louis
ville, who, at the .ifght of the yellow
fever .epiJomio it Momphts last fall,
went to that city to adtninistor to (the
ick, has bocn SLoken of as a cndidatc
for goiernor of KcntucVy.
;Thiiitken d emocratio 8uator and
three ropuUicaiJg volc(J a(;aJust Ul0
, o,y, right, bill Jnrt,,onato. There
IMI'JtOVKMKNT OV
Hfllr.
Ono oflho iiiainnticstinns and sinco
tlin Inln nverllnw. ono of IllO IllO't
vital ones now mtcrcstin; the people
of tho Mississippi Valley, is hc if'
provcuicut oflho lovecs of the .ilisstS'
sipnl river. There o now two pro
noflilinnn hirnrO COIItirCSS III relation
to tho lovecs of tho delta; one is lhat in
irrwWnil l.v Mr. Morcv of Ijouisiaii".
calling for the tippoinmcnt ol a.I?3,ri
ui,prrv.'ing the lands of tho Missis
sippi from overflow ; tho other was in
troduced by Bonntor Alcorn of Missis
fippi in December last, and uftcr heinn
read twico was referred to tho commit
teo on levees. The main provisions
of Mr. Alcorn's bill wo find epitomized
thus in tho Vickslmrg 'Herald' :
1. Tho chief engineer of tho army
to cause to be made hshogii as practi
cable such explorations, surveys and
drawings as may be necessary for tho
location, design ind execution of u
complete system of levees for tho re
clamation ' of the delta of
tho Misrfsaippi between Cairo and tho
Hull.
-2. That tho
lie levees and tho letting out the work
o contrnottiri) shall bo done under tho
rection of the chief engineer of the
.. I ho Fccretary of tho treasury to
ifiuo United States bonds, to run not
nger than forty years, bearing in-
rest at live per cent, the whole issue
4)t to exceed CUG.OOO.OOO. to be ex-
incU'd in tho construction of the
resting, imprisoninc bulling offen
ders against tho fulled btatcs, nro
i.i.v n..inllv atithoned mid ro-
(inircd to institute proceedings ngainst
ovcrv person who shall violato thu pro-
- .... . i . i.i. 1.
nn nl 14 net. ailU uaimu nun iu iiu
nrrestcd, iiuprisoncd, or bailed, as the
caso may ho, for trial heioro such
nnnrf n - I ni C( Btatcs or jcrruuniii
court as by law has cognizanco or the
offense, except in respect to tho right
or action accruing to persons aggnevcu
and such district attorneys shall cause
such proceeding to ho prosecuted to
their termination, as in other cases.pro-
vided lhat nothing contninca in mi.
section shall be construed to defeat any
rit-htoi' civil netion accruing to any
jicrwou by reason ol tins net or otner
wine. Section. 4. That tin citizen provi
ded with all other ipialifications which
are or may be prescribed by law, shall
he disqualified for services as a grand
or petit juror in any court of tho Uni-
inil' Hiatus, or of nn v state, on account
of race, color, or previous condition of
servitude; and any officer or other per
son chnrjjcd with any duly in tho o
lection or summoning of jurors,
who
shall exclude or fail to summon any
citizen for tho cause aforesaid, shall bo
ilcetned guilty of a misdemeanor, and
bo nueu ikii. iiu"" inn" vuu.
...!... T. U'IkiI till f.nUiYU
uiiilor ti.o iiiutiKiuns ot this act in tho
courts or thu United States, shall bo
roviewablo by tho supremo court oTtho
United btatcs, without regard to tho
sum in controversy, under the same
provisions and regulations us are now
povidcd by law lor other cames in
said court.
THIS JiATK OVKHKLOW,
Mi'inpliU A valaiifhc, .Sunday.
On both sides of the river from
hero to Cairo, a distance of 210 miles
the entile vulloy country is now higl
and dry, tho water being full 10 feet
inside of its banks, nnd all tilhibl
lauds aru cither planted in cotton nnd
corn, or will bo within n lew days
J ho situation up that way is encoura
giii, nud never promised better tu
early in 'ho season.
On tho river below as far as Friar's
Point, 100 miles down, the same may
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS NORMAL
UNIVERSITY.
UAiiuoxiiALK-'Ackfon (Nmnty, 1
May K, 1874. f
On condition that a niQlclcnt number of
young person dcilro, soil nro wlllhifj to
contribute a very Mii.dtJ-um toward defray
jng nxpcmci say two hundred at four
ilnllaix card a Normal lnlltutc "sill bo held
In the ni! building, (Miiniiipncliu .luly 1, tho
day n( iledli'itlni'thi! ltu'MliK', nod continue
till July ill. 'Tho l'rlmipul of the UnlMflty
wilt have cliari;p, and O'O fcveral lncmhors nl
the faculty will the tlio inn n pat t ofthu lu
Unictlon. Atltaq ten lectures will bo kIwii
and, If the caxh contrlbuled N hiillk'icut, the
bi ll men o( thin ttate and MlnMiurl nnd Indl-
n i, will In- broiiKhlln lor ll etc lectin r-.
If r.otmoru tliatioiie liuui.rcd anil llltv at-
I, the piTsonat riitact with tho Inalruo
will bo creatcr itiil tin! urollt morn ; unit
i the oxpenii! of tit Inntiti'ilo will )c the
am', tho fco shouliAie live dollars. II three
hundred al'rnd, tlidfi'i- could be reduced to
three dollar.
A" the state lctfl-Vturc makes no provls
Inns for payliiL' the Vi
tiltili', so deslr.iblo I'd Mhlablu t
Klitiil. will not
Hotitheru Illinois, ad
miny they have nlridy
ully, nud Hive thU
gratuitous inicltlor
e.ill the ntteiitlou 'it
tend
torn
icn-n uf such an In-
punue
the nowpnpcM ol
aniillirr favor to the
done tho commit
nnoiiiicement several
in a K,l0(' tdacc, and
I ichirNitiiir
. ll I.l.'o. Hi.', 1 It.
!,,...- ami ,,(, limn .hint!
prox to l)r. ltolira, icentiry oftruatrcR.of
Soutlicm IIIIiioIh Nornal I'nlvorsity.Carhon
dale.
Oood board ran It Ind ii Carbontlalu nt
re i'onalilo rate".
HO AT STORES
Q. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE OROOER,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dcnlor In
BOAT STORES
No. 7(1 Ohio liCTro, OA1HO, ILLS
rSTSiwrlal attention clvcn to conslun-
raciit nnd II I It tu; nrdnrn. ll-'i ti
SAM WILSON,
ih:ai.i:u in
BOAT ST0EES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
No. llO Olilo Iiovoo
CAIRO ILLS.
IIKSUHANOIC
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
OI'TICK,
Ohio lift en, over Mathus it llhl's.
N. It. The luMlltik! c.u
lea than one hundri'ilnnil
live dollar each. 1
Trim
nit ho held with
fly ulionlll pny
nliuitr Ai.i.yn,
pal of Faculty.
FURNITURE
IT
LOW PRICES.
ivcos.
4. All ti
lo the stat
tho swamp lands belonging
itcs and improved by tho
lovecs to he receded to tho United
States.
fi The lovces to bo tho property of
tho United Stales, aud to havo tho
right to barrow earth on each sido of
tho levees free of chargo lor n distance
of 200 feet.
0. An annual tax to bo placed on
unprovcu lanus sutticient Tor the keep
ing in repair tho levoi afior bcitif
completed.
i. J lie repair and protection of the
- -OCI I'll
Itako plens'iro inl calling
tlio attention ff tlio jJiiblic to
my fesh and full stck of
bo said regarding tho agricultural part new illltl clegfllt Furniture, at
of tho country, except tho fow places , ir.,-,,:,, ,i r i
where levee banks damaged the cotton m l'limitllO and Matl'aSS
holds, and oven theso in many in- factory, COlier v30Vcncciltll
Street and Washington Avo-
jMy stock embraces
tVadrobes, di
stances nro already replanted, or nbottt
to be. This is particularly tho case
with Dr. Peter's place at the foot of 11UC.
r...,:i K.,, i ...i...... i.. l.-.i i
vuuiii-ii uuiiu, niiciu iiu uau Kuvcrai I "I'J l 1
hundred acres of vouutr cotton under AJWtStCatlS,
or orim-
Carpentor of Wisconsin. tho army. cnfciuicr ot
Se.vatoii Sum.vkk'jj civil rightB
win, wiui a low changes Irom tho origi
nal text, passed tho senate on last Bat-
urday by a voto of twenty-nino to six
teou. It now goes to tho house whero
. it will probably meet more stubborn
opposition than it did in tho senate.
CIVIL RIGHTS.
SUMNER'S BILL AS PASSED BY
THE SENATE.
. ....
occiiou 1. That nil tho C tizens anil
other persons within ilm
Tub Sanborn debate will como up 1,18 United States shall bo entitled to
uu j.nursuay. Washington dispatches ""' nnu equal enjoyment of tho
My tke frionda of Secretary Richard- "cwmdtt''0"B, advantages, facilities
son arc making active eiTofts to pre- IWStJS
rent a resolution of censure being otlur places of public ' imisSoS, IlS
passed upon him. They moy sucoocd, al? of comaion schools nnd public in-
Jmt SeoroUry Richardson will alnnd 8tlUlious1 ?f learning or bcnovoleneo
belore tho people Boi.p the lea, con- oKafinll ! ST "'' by cm"
iotp.l r i.. . . . taxation, nnd of cemeteries so sup.
ted of ncgloet amounting to crim- ported, and also institutions known as
tu mo oanuorn contract mailers I gncuiiurai colleges endowed bv tho
uuiou oiates, subect only to tho con
illhn.iu ...! I!...!... ..... . .
.1.... !...
,MU rcsoiuuon oi cousuro against
him is put down in black aud wlilo.
Fuom thirty to forty thousand ra
tions a day contiuuo to bo distributed
(o the suforcra in tho overflowed dis
trier of tho South. So fur tlio distri-
butions havo bocn inado honestly and
, fairly. The relief committeo pf Loui.
siana, iscomposed of whito and colored
uiuouh and limitation established by
Jan and applicable alike to citizmm f
ovtry race tnU color, regardless of uuy
previous condition of sevitude.
ftcctiotu. 'lhat any person who
soau vioiato tho ln,;.,.. ...
tion by denjiDg to any person entitled
IU ilrt UUIICIJIS. CXCCflt Ur rAn.nna I...
IflW tiniilinnrili .llti n
rjM.Lun,L lu vuwu oi every raco
.,... .wumii;s3 oi any previ
ous oondition of servitude, (ho full on
jujmeuioi any accommodutioas. ad-
vauiagcs, iaciutics or priTlleges in said
all that is useful
mental in in; lino.
This being the only manu
factory of lurnituro in this
water n fow doys ago. It has all been rcailS, Sidooards, "Wash'
replanted, and is in a protn.s.ng situa- stan(S) TablSj Cha;rS) j,ug.
The St. Francis valley is nearly free glCS, MntrnSSS and, in n word,
uuiii water, uui ui itiauison, iu miles
wot or thU city, whero tho railroud lo
Little Rook crosses, tho river on Fri
day had only declined nbout .'i feet. It
will tako several days for tho water to
run out of the swamps and let tlio
grounds be dry enough to plant. It city, I propos offering better
Will also lin snvor.il ilnva l.r,ir,i il, " ' l a
railroad can be repaired so the cars can s001 a lo:cr prices, and
run through to Little Rock. fiaVo made a large TdJOtjr
IJown at Houlah. near tho mouth of : 4i 7t ' ,
the Arkansas, on Wednesday last, the 1,1 t,1C rvvss oI ,n goods,
river had only fallen .'1 inches, but it is Qjiy r.l.d examine my stock
SfiM.'S .udw.a tnt of Aoico
aro doubtless imido of the river banks. iHirilltarc. 10 tllO wholesale
t iho crevasso near Houlah, in old
river, about 200 miles bnlnw bom nn.
currcd early in April, and with proper OIlt6.
JCayA'(ir
reprrtculnl.
1'iit jint-chtst Companirt
IIOLKSAIjB AND RKTAIIi
lllilllSfS MI I'MM AM) OIL
INSURANCE.
-KSTAHI.ISIIKII 185S.-
SnH'ord, Slorris & Candcc,
Insukanch Agents,
7!1 Ohio I.cvco, Oity National Hank
Huilding, U.Mtio, Il.l-H
Tho okkt cvtablMioil A(,'tlic- In Soutlicni
lllliioln, ri'iiro-cntliiK er
$65,000,000.0.
of tlin tict Iunuranoc Capital lliojo U. 8
M1NOKI.I.ANKOI1N.
rTsmyth &CO.
wiiui.i:sai.k
LIQUOR DEALERS
No. 00 Ohio Lcvco,
(JAIRO, ILLINOIS
'B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to l'arker k Hlakc,)
Dtulcrln
PAINTS & OILS
-alT aaaaaaHa aat
BARCLAY
Jobbers and Retailers of
PURE DRUGS,
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Sonps, Brushes,
Toilett Artides, Druggist's Fancy Goods, Collier Wliitc
Lead and Other Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Tube Colore, Dye
Stuns, Etc., Etc., Etc. r
Wu Solicit rorrcuponilfliico ami onlcm Irom UniKKlats, l'hyalclana i
n uutitol (jooil In our Lino. Htcamlioat. Plantation ami Kaiullr Mu
."..v.. ... ... nn, u 1. 1 iii ikcii.iuiu uruga ai uuanuuaniti llatca,
and (Icneral Storei
u J I cilia caaca turn.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
71 Ohio Iycrrr.
CAIRO
RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION.
Washington Are, cor. Eighth St.
NEW HOTEL
HARRY WALE ER
1 (Late Hroprietcr or tho St. Nicholas Motel)
Has hecomo Superintendent of the
iimiimii!
HOTEL
trade I oiler special in-luce- 1 A,uIOII,ajiKUSIIES
ItlOntS. JMOIJ tllC DiaCQ W A I.I. 1AUMII nnio
I " " " I MUM IIIUIIU I i 1 I....... a Jill, I
precautions it might havo heen closed, Corner Severteenth Street and PU2iI,uw f'AfaS, Hon gucils
a u as nevor neon much over 100 feet u;s!ninn i pt WIW.
CORNER S1XTJI STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
.Mr. Walker having taken chargo of this old and well-known houx., will
give it a thorough renovating, and put it in firnt-claiw order for thu rcco
wido'nud five or six feot deep.
HEALTH HULKS RIl WOMAN.
Physiology and hygiene of the heart
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills'.
Win. EICHHOFF
Fur-
Wholcsalo nud Iletail Derlcr in
uituro aud iMtlra?.ic.
105 M7-ain. '
Of
pillions, repuhlicans and democrata and
men of no party affiliationH, aud have u10" enumerated, or inciting suoh do
forked togeUier harmoniouslv and sat. "l i ' " ""'A ,or cvor "uoh forfeit
igfactorily.
x aro in favor of a centennial cx-
hihition; we hopo i'hiladelphia, in
tomo way, will mauage to fix things
m that the Fourth of July colouration
In that city In the year 187G shall he
the Liggeat'Uiing, of its kind, of tho
century. -Wo want lota of music, mar
tial musio and hra hand music, the
. aoro tho merrier ; wo want flowers,
arches and lonGres j wo want a proces
"ion imch as tho world nevor saw, in
Mhich American arts aud industries
and American progress shall he fitting,
y dispUyad; W8 want all the groat
talker, of the country Homuiueto Cal.
, ifornla,to ho gathered together and wo
want to hear spread-eagle orato
which shall olap it wings i triumph
over tho diminished glory of common
IP L T I .
t'ourtu-oi-juiy speocli-makiug. Wo
leel ourwlves glow with patriotism at
xuemero thought of the glorious cole
hration of tho Fourth ol July, 187IJ
like Daniel Wektcr when ho olTcrcd
Py the natioual deht if
asmebody will toll us how much the
MiihinnUl is going to cost, wo'll'oot the
WllorMlf. Uutatrouglyas we ftel
upon the subject, wo object to the
position to raise money to meet tho
'penae 0f tho qcnUjuuial by restoriiiij
' tax ob ta and ooffoa. Tea 'and
and pay ho sum of 8500 to tho person
OQ ... ...uivuj,w uu rccovcrcu in
T u . .n l" caso with ,'u" oost.nnd
snail also for orcrv nc1i nff,... i..
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and
upon conviction thcro of shall bo fined
not more thau 81,000, or shall bo iiu
prisoned not moro than nuo year; pro
vided, that tho party aggrieved shall
lot rocovoi more than one penalty; and
that when tho offense is tho refusal of
burial, tho penalty may bo recovered
tho heirs at law of tho person whoso
".VV r rc,8Cll burial; and pro
Vllcd. IllrtliA. !... .11 ' 1
i . -I !. uu iicrsons may
elfct to sue for penalty aforesaid, or to
r"1 uu"ur ,,,e,r K" at comtnoii
lav under tho state statutes, and hay
"S so elected, to proceed in the ono
um e or the other, their right to pro
ctl iu other jurisdiction shall bo bar
ri but the proviso shall not apply to
Sac rI,r.rdi'fl' under
Site! " Uie criwn"1 f "uy
Hhllhavc1exelu5ivooth;',;t800ai:u
-r. w..w.,.va Kaiusi. uuy VlOtUtiuHN (if
..w p.- U, una act; ana actions
Ur tho penalty givon by tho proceed
tfg section may bo prosecuted in tho
Territorial districts or courts of the
' "ItOU otates.whcrnvfir lm .lr.,...j. .
iujy be found, witliout recard to lh
and luugs luruishcd tho subject of nn
hour a looturo in New York by Dr Ma
ry J Irtudlv. who inlonucil iia,..i.
. r ' x a iigiHii-
crs that tho chest has a iramo work of A .M . M.l.
twolve ribs on oilhor side, twelvo vorto- jtaikSS IfIlSS g WcLlo
briO. Which form its nniilnrinr wnlla O
two collar bones and tho breast bono
n all forty ono bones, which aro nufli.
ctent support to hold the chest in posi
tion without ussistanco; honco, tho use
lessness ol corsols. stavs. o.tn. ti,
muscles of tho chest nro ho arranged
that tho ribs should movo with each re
spiratiou. On their irccdoin and no
tion depend comfort and health. Fro
quout movoniout of tho arms dovolop
tlio chest Women should walk with
shoulders thrown back nud ham!
swinging at tho sides; better to risk bo-
llnr nfitlml iiinumiK.. .1 .
...n ...... i... iiiiii-uuiiiii: lililll (o go
throiiL'h tho world with n nnrrnuf slii.t
An to tho contained work nl' tlm
tho heart is n hollow lnimnln
into four chambers. Wo havo really
two hearts, tho right and tho left. Tho
one receives tho blood, tho other
throws it out into tho Iuikm: h
mcots tho air takon in through tho
bronchial tubes, whon by tho beautiful
Process tho ohango is eleoted. Always
urcatho throuL'h tho noso whom Um ..I-
u warm und nronnrml fnr ). i.,,, .
IlianMiii... 1, .1 .. . '
-.v....i,,Li i.iiuumi mu llin Hll nrni iir.ni.
catarrh. Good food,well prepared and
taken at proner intervnln uiti.
ot oxygon, ono pound each day boinir
.u u.u LuiiuiuoiiH tor healthy
blood. The sun should not bo shadjil
Oucpiiswnrc, Chum, (.Jaiownrp, Hock-
t'lilium and Yellow Han, Stoiinwnro,
China Urnumcutsanl Toys, Fancy
ooiU, Tint td ware, Tahiti nud
i'ocket Cnlltry, Laniii, j,anp
C'hliiiiioys, luinji Trimmings,
Looking (Jlim.so, (.C.
pi , ", ,y kl"V'f 'M"'S hflonslng to a
QUEEJ AllE
For tlio next sixtj d.iy, i otler tho
above goiils at nntlpclDw fOM,foroat.h only.
Tlie tooils lim.t beloMiiiclmu tlio concern.
Clote buvcrs aro esiVcUlty Imltcil, mivr to
feme ami mo for tlijiiischts or send tholr
order, In eUhcri'a4lguaraiitfi.antlrartlon
J. T. THOMAS.
AmiIkiicu ofl'orfon, HnU ,v ro
t.'ulao, 111., Anrll 18, 1871.
HKAL ESTA AUKNU.
John Q. llarmin. " "chir.Tho,p
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
ntluir fm.t... 1 At . . o
" i'.,l'.uu.u 1,10 "'strict attornevs.
a ' I
"i peoples houses ; it brings color
VroUL'tll. In fatli'iin nr Sll..n...
- , - n niiivnn mu I
u..uuiauoii may uo assisted by lvintr
..vu. i. ituuinuoiit position
saves several heart beats each minute,
lo reseinblo tho woman Solomon do-
serines, wnoso loins wero girt about
with strength, woman must bownro how
thoy gird their loins with bandages
miff llnm.w .nA:t.l-
Thk old nucstion does
catc' camo boforo tho court iu Dayton.
w... uuujrur two ago. a Uorman
tliutllln.l. till 1
, you uriuic uvo or six
L'lassfK nl In...,. :.. .. I..., i ..
"m ' a muo wiuio you
fi oor1vT,,lcaH'J"t "if you drink
' ,iginsies ol water in tlin
s'r: '':?Uk ve or six glass.
'CCI moro tl sannnlt...l . . 1
T:..-,1,,0J,,r'w-0foout for hours.
n""'u seven to livi
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HOUSE AGENTS,
COLL1.0TO1.S,
COXVJjyANOKKS,
NOTAJUKS 1MJHLICS
Ami Ijan; AKi ntMil the Illinois Central and
iiiiuiiio'i'ii aim .Mtollll It, Jt, t'oi.
North Cor. distil and Ohio Lovco,
CAIRO, ILLS.
rINDOW 8IIADKS
And the relrliratctl llluniiniitrng
AURORA OIL.
IlroH' llulldlng, 11th St. & Ootnorclal Av.
CAIRO, ILLS.
C. H. WHEELER,
1IKALP.II IN
WOOD AND GOAL
OITIUK AM) YAltl),
10th St. bet. Washington & Commercial Ave.
mAi .larK .'"I'P'y t I'lttMnirg and uw
Muilily roal constantly on Iianil. Ktoc
Wood hweil tn nr.lnr iir.i.,. r... ....i
W00'1. l"Jtd Ijo lo!t at tho ottion on Tenth
"root. '1 eruni, canh on delivery.
R. JONES,
Boot & Shoe
MAKER,
Commercial Avenue.
Iletwcco Tenth and Eleventh Hiri-cts,
OATRO, ILLINOIS.
Is prepared to III! orders without delay,
llohiuumno atoclc of Inirr.rlid luathcron
nuiiu, juireceiveu irom N(irti-
i"'1,"" tuuiiricfi w lyo lowekl llOlcll.
K. W AX W JILL & CO.,
Manufacturiirs and Dealers In
MACHINE & BURNIG OILSi
nud
AXLE GREASE.
Also Agents for tlio
CELEBRATED GLOBE
AND
LUBRICATING OILS.
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1'ir. WalKCr Will Wclcolnn hm nlil puulnmnru I .. i
.. .ii ii.. . -".iviiimi .v n.u uiii uvuiv. auu
will always bo glad to sec them. '
First-class Da Doard 20 per Month.
,HAIIRY WALKER, Supt.
Planter's House.
50 Ohio Lcvce - - CAIRO, IIXiS
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor
Tho l'lanlor'fl IIouso i located on Ohio Lotco Htroet in
CLOSE PROXIMITY TO RAILROAD DE
POTS AND STEAMBOT LANDINGS
And in tho Center or tho UnnlneBi Portion of tho City. Tho IIouso ii now
and co mplete .11 all its nppointmcntfl. Tho rdouiH, arc largo and airy, bcide.
ooing olouatitly lurniHhcd und carnotod. (In
ment and tho best of accommodations. tre.i-
Transient Guests $2 per Day. Day Boardors $20 per Month.
A Trusty Watch for Trains and Boats Day ana Night.
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III. '11 ' - ... ill. If.
courts wtt 11 Waahlnaion ! .' ,,r.,r.08t
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Olllco- -iu r,. un" Walnut
--"" u"i avenue, up
C. WINSTON & CO,
Real Estate Agents,
AUCTIONEERS,
74 Ohio Lkvee, (Second Floor,)
CAlflo, ILL.
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.uijr ami ocu fiai. KSTATK. I'ay TAXK3,
- r .iiiiiratuui illic.
tSTLand CoinniUjiyncr.
No. 710, North Malno Street,
St. Louls,;lo.'
thbwlm.
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j DR. WM. UALL3
Balsam for the Lungs
THE OltKAT AMEKIOAN CON
tJUMPHVK HKMEDY
i.&T!ln,lUlon u NOT un Incurable illieaw. "
l'hynljlaua asHiiro ustliln uct. It lg nniJ
neco.Hary to hitvp tho Itlght Itcmedy ana
thu terrible malady can be eonijucreii!.
Hall's SAlsaa It this Bimedr.
It hroakR up tho night BweatR.rellerai tlio
opuroHHlve UghtnciMibaoroM tin' Junji. ,qa
beiiN the laroorateil and excoriated urfactii
which thaeuom oi the tllseaae producei.
Will LK LIFE LASTS THESE IS HOPE
attcr t ho doctors haw niven 70U up
llall'H lUliiam la Bold everywhere .mi
may bo ha. at wholcale oftliVvTopriJton
.lolinK. Henry Curran Jfc Ob "it thin!
tlrout ile.llc.ne'waro)!oio8itl 0 Co lc
"u l!.Ne,w ,Vork'. perlwttli?
a?1'"' t.L?'' I'houmona. Bronchfttla.
pptMioK or JBIooa. CroupT WhSSSt
v&ta$oi$&rOUur al,etltto1 U,8M-
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l.lver Syrun.Car m In Mia vrf.ri. t..v"u
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