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ifO BSD AY. JUNE 83.I8T4.
OMeUl Prol the City and Conntj
J011N il. OBKULV. Kdttor and lUblhtiK
THUMB OF TUK DAILY UULLKTIS
Oni wtk, by oarrler I
Oaa nubT carrier. U advance 10 00
une tu t c&met it not paid In
advance'......, is 00
Una month, by mall 100
rhwemonths. 8 00
rtxo'pi. X
One ittr'A 10 00
TCBMS or WKKKLr 1IULLKTIM.
Ons Year... 00
Six Months ...... 75
Three Months 60
Invariably In advance.
(trailing mntlcr nn vvrrjr pace.
CITY COUNCIL.
SpacUl meeting of tho City Council,
called by Vho Mayor.
CouKcikOuiiiiin Cairo. Ills ,
Juno 18tn, Ml, v.ai r. J
Present His honor, Mayor Wood,
aodAM- u.iiij-m -""u,c
Morris, Nellis, Saup, Thistlewood, and
rafdcr 7.
Ou'ruotion of Alderman McGatiley
tho minutes of the previous mooting
were approved without reading.
oiiJKcr.
aiTho mayor stated that the object of
tho meeting was for tho purpose of fak
ing action on tho report of tho finance
couimittco recommending certain ap
propriations, (or the fiscal ye-ir ending
Mav 1st. 1S75. and for the transac-
j , - i
tion of other special or general busi
ness.
(Alderman Mathu appeared in his
' 'APPitorniATtox ni
Tho proposed appropriation for the
fiscal year, ending May 1st, IST.'i, as
submitted to the council at the last
regular meeting, by the finance com
tniftee, wero then taken up, audon mo-
tion"of Alderman Halliday considered
eeparately.
On motion of Alderman Ncllis,
tho sum of 89,72! 10 was appropriated
td'pay the iuterest on outstanding city
bonds.
(Alderman Wright appeared in his
seat.)
On motion of Alderman McQauley,
tho turn or SD.SIO was appropriated
to pay tlio interest on bond to Fox,
Howard Al'o.
n intinn of Alderuitu.
- -ii .LUl'MBll.KH "
""ous city officers uiclurfiiip the, police
Jorec.
On motion of Alderman Halliday,
tho sum of 1,000, was appropriated to
pay tho cost and expenses of making
improvements aud repairs on Milo
walks. On motion of Alderman Mctiauley,
tho sum of S."t,000 was appropriated to
"defray the cost of filliug and repairing
streets.
"Onmotion ol Alderman Thistle
wood, tho sum of $;t,000 was appropri
ated to pay amouuts received in Iwi
from citiwns for gravelling Ohio levee
between hh and 1 1th streets, and in-t'erest--
J?6a motion of Alderman Satin, the
J ;Ujnof ?J,P00 wm Wiopriated to do-
frnv tw, j. f r,nn.j r ,1... I. . I .
health, including salary of health ohi
cer. f
. On motion of Alderman ThUtlewood,
tho sum of S1.-S00 was appropriated to
defray tho expenses of the fire depart
. rueut.
On motion of Alderman Mdiauley,
tho sum of 83j0 was appropriated to
defray the expeuscs of the city clerk's
'ofSce and couucil ohamber.
On motion of Alderman Saup, the
sum ofl'tO was appropriated to de
fray the expenses of tho city cleotiou.
Ojuuotlon or AUermau lUUiduy,
the sum of 81,000 was appropriated to
defray expenses of city jail aud dieting
prisoners.
On motion of Alderman Wright, the
aum of $2,f)00 was appropriated for
draiuago purposes.
On motion of Alderman Ncllis, the
uia of 8500 was appropriated for ex
pencor punting, limliug aud advert
ising.ff Alderman llalUday moved a
reconsideration of the vofc. Lost.
Alderman Baup moved that tho sum
of1 51,250 bo appropriated as n contiu.
gent fund.
A lilrrinfln Tfiiktlitu-unjl ....
. -. . .. . . 1. 1 1 uvu, mutvii as nil
amendment that tho sum of S1.5Q0 ho
appropriated. Amendment carried.
-,0a motion of Aldurmau Halliday,
tho aum of ?8,000 was appropriated to
' pay the principal and iuterest on out-
iMnUiug city warrauts.
t On motion of Alderman Halliday
'trie ordlnanco committee was instruct
kd to leave a blank in tho ordiimneo to
be rcDorttd hvtlifm
j itjjmnr
wlQteUnir for tlm nmnnnl In 1. .
f ,-a ...v.-... ,u uc jiirupri-
Tktedftj pay bouds coming duo during
uin usiiu year.
'On wotlonof Aldermu Halliday tho
ordinance committeo was also instruct
4i to leaw blank tho amount to h
kpproprit'eJ for lutore.t o Cairo UU
St. Louis Kulroad houdi until next
regular tncothg.
On niotioc of Alderman Halliday
tlio otdiuauci oommittco was also in
structed to lave hlauk the amount to
be appropri;ted for gas in lamp streets
nml miblie juildinsrs until next regular
meeting.
JtTBKBT COIMITTKK'S HKl'ORT ON HAS.
The cluirman of tho street com
mittee prcctutcd tho following proposal
ing gas : Tf'furnish gas for city lamps,
city builJitAs and onsinc houses for
tho period l ten years from July 2i',rd.
ISM, attic rate of $'.1,50 per month
for cacl post and $3,50 per thousand
oubio feet for city buildings nud
engine houses, payable Monthly in cash
or city bcrip and no discount to be
made from amount of bills for lights
titrtti... mil nr tint nut I IV TV, ill. TllO
UIVIMI v. , ' - " " - "j
city to make all repairs to lanterns aud
posts.
The (ias Co., to light aud extinguish
lights according to lighting calculator,
. j .i.. in.,,, Untcrus. Alderman
Ncllis moved to lav sniil tirotiosal Oil
uuruiuiuv Cllltieu.
Alderman Halliday L-ave notice that
he would call the question up at next
regular meeting.
CO.MMCMCAltO.N.
Alderman Morris read a letter from
Melbuon Hro., of Memphis, Tennessee,
in relation to establishing a wagon
manufactory in this city, aud wi-liing
to-kuow what inducements would be
offered by tho citizens of Cairo. Said
communication was on motion of Al
derman Morris referred to the commit
tje e n manufactories.
ItlXH.lTIO.V.
Alderman Thistlewood presented the
fiilowing resolution nud moved its
uloptioiij viz :
Kesolvod, Inat tlic ordinance com
uittec be instructed to draft an ordin
ance to provide for uniforming tho
police force of tho city.
Motion to adopt lost on a division
9 ,1 ,UIV V, , IV I.
On motion of Alderman Halliday
the couucil adjourned.
Wtt.i. K. Hawkins, City Clerk
1)0 1)0 1 X G THE PHOHllHTOHV
LIQUOR LAW.
W'.t ir Inni-tli mnpfiMil tlio lintnl
again, aud I proposed a glass of brandy
and water. My fricud looked at me
aud then at the landlord, nud then tho
landlord lookedat my friend and then at
me. l'erploxity overspread the coun-
ImmnnnJ .-.rl.nll- HSllnll .1 illln,- HU tl
IVUuUkVd VI, LIU,.. ...IU
drop of liquor is not to bo had iu the
nlaee." said the landlord.
"Bought, you mean," retorted my
"(Mill.
"oua'mlViitifv- .w.V'V "- .. .
niltroil (rroitlv miT'.fn.l I... , 1... ! i!.
that appeared on both of their counten
ances. "Not exactly. You -ce, the stato
constables would bo after me in no
tiaie if I sold liquor," cxplaiued the
landlord. "Do you want some verv
bidly?" 3
I could not explain how badly I
vautod it, and could only give vent to
ny feelings in a sigh.
Without a word, the laudlord disap
peared within the reccsso of a small
room behind tho office desk, and pres
tntly came forth with two empty tumb
lers in hi haud. These ho placed upon
the desk. '
"Hutwhcrois tho linuor?" I in.
quircu.
'The law forbidi me
to sell it, he
welcome to it,1'
lentil 111- turnnd
said "anil here, you are
-1 "...uutb V l
aaviti" u'liinh lin .tpi.ii!int!illt' hi,n,i,l
back the breast of his coat. Tho nook of
a uoiuc peeped tortli Irom the iusido
pocket. JTe winked his oyo at me, and
I tviuked my eyo at him, after which I
drew forth the bottle. H r.,;.,i,.
struggled with me to prevent tho dar
ing rjoocry upon wiuoti 1 was Lent, but
I proved inexorable.
"My private bottlo. knt
il purposes aud not for alo." he moan
..i . i i .. . .i .
cd. as ho noureil nut tlu I
I - J v IVI iiij- I
self aud the worthy chainimu of the
Uuvo ' til 110 W;itir I'onilmiuin'J" 1
QVMIIVIUI.1,, tlU
added with alacrity.
Wc drank, and I replaced the
bottle iu tho repository whence I had
men i put a dollar iu his
hand.
" What is thUforV h ,lA i...
eiosited jt in his waist coat pocket,
mm mo a nun uonar in chatme.
" For n liu-hol of oats," 1 answered.
' Keep them till 1 send for thorn."
"Ah, sir." said tho lamllnnl
air of virtuous resignation, "the pro-
..iuiiui tnn ,ia) UOno a world ot good
in stoppiug tho sale of liquors. It's a
sovere law on us, hut it's a good one.''
CUAHMS OF A SOlTllFiJX
HKLLK.
A Qoorgta paper dorihos a South
eru beauiy nsr0U0W8. Amonc tlia
tuany visitors who oamo to our city on
Saturday ast 0 ,i h..ir ....,...:..
' - vuuiiiry pro-
du.o, was a young lady from u ndjoin
ing i'ounty, who had cliickons,
..uu..uur ior sale, tier lieauty was
of transeetident excellence. JriKht
ilashti-;. iutelloctual ..vnJ 1
... . j v,., nun iiliru
rou.il and rosy, while her calico dress
wasMuui and neatly mado. and fitted
beauty. Her rich black hair How
od iuluxuriant richness. Highly t,,.
porte herself ill, hct-o,ning modesty,
hho rc no (also bustio or purchast'd
complxion ; had no topknot cn tho
top ofherhcad, or false fixings to pro.
scut, Vit stood iu tho majestic- beauty
of a oivated intelligeuco that would not
yield to the dusnntin illi.ini... r.:....i
ous falon. It has been a long time
hineo wogazml upon such a HiL'ht Tim
yoting nxjii crowded arotiml
witli curiosity in thoir eyes and admira
tiJii in their hearts. Tlw old mau wupt
for joy tiiat thcro was ono that had not
boweu to liual. Sho sold her rough
. . i ! . t
couutry prouuee, wcni, iiomo, iihikcu
tlio cows, cooked tho supper for ten
farm laborers, and went, to chuich in
the evening with her sweetheart.
MUSIC MAKES MONEY.
What Somo Churches Pay for Their
Organists, Slw,'or nml (unrtcttes.
Plymouth' Hill, $S,000.
Ilipr n i, .1 lltlufiliilu.l
A tlrst class quartette, with an or
ganist, costs from $0,000 to 810.000.
it costs something to have a fashion
able choir. An ordinary quartette
costs $2. ,-)00.
A good tenor singer, soprano, or
...,,..,lln n.mifiin tula ri'ulllv ?1.(III0.
Some sopranos are paid $.'1,000.
Warren, of 6t. Thomas' church,
SltllJU iifc HIV aawttva w ivva
Uc has fUyJUU n year salary ami a
House. .
(race church navs its musical con-
Aln ll (Hill ., vn.ir (111 ill' lliw
,U,t.? V'.VVV JVM,. V.. ......
sum ho hires all the help ho needs and
tit tii It I tiWH 1 1 .
Oho fomnlo sitiKor in the city ha
Cjl O-fWi r,v, i?aMl ' - - r
vino nml S I (Hill ovfr.i fur -uitit-rtinr m
t ne evening in atiomcr cimrcn.
- - i o j
Oinica!, pavs $10,000 a year for its
;.. I.'l ..f .I.:-,..
I nniiv L'linrcii. iiiniii-u vnrv iipnii.
iuusiu. ii mis u iiuj vuuir ui iiuriy
meuioers. I nese nro paid a salary
and receive a complete musical educa
tion.
Many of our fashionable congrega
I in in !irn iluiiiMwill" u-itli clinirj riltn
gether, nud are calling iu the aid of a
ri'ci-iuir. i'ui mis iv in iiiusii.- nu
ila itrnu-li.'iiil;.
The first Presbyterian church ol
tins city lias never uau an orcau or in
strumcnt of tnujie. The spirit of Uob
ert Lennox still abides. It was eon
siderod a great innovation when aquai
lottii cluiir ititrodiii'i'il.
St. llartholomew is just now tho
rage among tusluouablc cliureh-gnurs
It is tho newest and most elegant Knis
copal church iu tho city. Its singing
is u specialty. i'ien crowu tne aisles
tt linor thn tntluii. Wlirn flu, ui.rnim.
miiiiM nn tlii'V liavi In drnvcj. .
- - " j ,r . . .
'I tin iilni-ntif lltdi, phllrnti nn hilth
aveuuo known as Christ church, has
been famous for its music, ltun down
by Mr. l.werV Ritualism, a New York
I I I . . .1.: l
uruivur irvqiusuu iu iuiiu uiiug-t up
lirilliiifit tUMi'int''. rl'lii liMiilror tunil
ft-'-r- - 1
one yoar $20,000 for the music of this
ni, ii "!,
Plymouth church has congregational
singitig, led by a full choir. Inside
the choir is a paid quartette. I he
trnutnn tt nnnrf &7 TiflO (nr imiain 'Vn
this is added S.iUO more, bringing it
up to $S,000. Fifteen huudred of this
is paid to Mr. Zuudel as organist. The
balance the leader uses at his discre
tion. Many of our churches tire of the
present mode of conducting the service
of sinking iu tb liuuso of tho Lord.
W nil tli-''""' H,llKr!' "anlly got the
Icwesses.V.rt i-n' v.7'" F'ri
midni-ht on B.t.,nrfe n au.d
K" 1,10 church t0 p"i!iu thc
.
..... .
" inu'PiMVu iriMiAi,
"..vuiiii.w o ihl'.'hjii,
. lUAi'KKHAV was not a humorist, in
tho sense that Dickens was, nor a wit,
. ' V.4 4 wiv ,,rts, UUli 11 U
now mid then said n "ood thinir iu a
III ttlll r.iMtr, .lrrl,l . V... ,
llUltlt W.1V Hi,
. . i ----"- vu vuc
occasion, while in this country, by a
young gcntlomau of an eunuirfu.' tun.
of mind, as to what was thought of this
Person ami tli.-it
"Mr. Thackeray," ho asked, "what do
tlioy tlunk of Tupper," was the reply
Another man of letters was mentioned,
and it transpired that he was addicted
to beer drinking "Yes," said Thack-
crav. tnV-i, l,t, IV., l.lp i.-n- ,
cray, ' take him for half and half ho
,, . ' -vn,vHlU nun
'rrasct s .'lacaino' wn ih..
was a man.' ills coinmnf in,, ttl.
: " vi
... .w..., ,uu 0, au ea,or
utiiaugu uie -copy ot his coutribu-
. , .... w, j .until
tatned that no such ri.-lit flT-;n,i
lurn was UlSCUS0ll. ' ' Mn 'itrm
cent as regarded errors of grammar,
ami declaireil tlmt in nl.. ...,.J i.
could make alterations for tho Letter
was tne author himself, as a rulo, edit5
orial change, were blunders. "I told
an editor so once and he
Vtl
an
lllll tint Il i t 1
UH 1 1L I ll.'lt'a
onjeotion to your puttiug your hoofs on
a. IMIt JJU
111 v ii.ir:, ,.r:i 11 11 ,.n.i . a.i i t
I "1 1 8 I ' lU14l UU, Ulll 1
decidedly obieet to vnnr liol ir,,.
"Ia urougii mom. ' "tie never
iorgave you, ot course." ' I nover
thought to ask." Tl tti,Vnnf .....1 I .
. . " , , "ij "mi ,iurr-
old used to sit near each other at tho
1 unoii dinners, aud .lerrold was inclin
ed to wrntlL'lo. if m-i-Tvil,!,,,.
his hkiug , but Thackeray would keep
mic peace. "i hero's no u,o iu our
uarreiiULV 10 sa il, "fiir .
. nem again next weeli."- Ktehings;
Siirlliiwir'u f T..I.. L fc '
.....k, r iui Ulll.
rUKKIGN WHEAT AMD FLU I! It
i ha. lit..
Tho whntt
.niwern with a ,
. "ton iiriu Ml
L., ,,; 11 -"i,i uoumm. moru
. UQUU UU 1TTAAI Hfllilllnt T 1... .1.
V?..:T,,lut R.1 Aniitord.B. Fine
llueneoupon ih.iyi. flour trade; b. 3
than firm. ThB"?... I" """" ""T?
noil nui rinnn ih....Ij1 1 ..
cUng. in th.P.Th whet tr Ufkt
tmnni.! .. .u. i, M,"uu WU
At u-nn .1 'imtiurg mrket.
At koniK?lorK whe boa-'
uiuuwnni tiMtv nn,,. .
Ing tho lut few days but prico. h "vo
...mi, ro.iucmi, vi iUrio 1 hi
In V,. 7" '"-i wnion Iinva COIIIU
to hsml hnvo a tondencv tn ,.u... . "
lMilAJ II. SMITH, il. I)
treul Vim ' "l,""u inn Wu nil
irU. Oltlee-iuu c.in.iiitr.dM ttv,.nu,,,
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
&TI011NKY k COUNSELOR AT LAW
CAIKO, ILLINOIS
Offline OTf Fiist ationMll,nk. j-lu3ui
JoUn II. Slulliey. William C. Motky.
MULKEY 8u SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
CAIRO. IX-XiS.
pi ,i,n, ,ii. .f,' IipLwocu (Jumtncr-
v!ut and wi-liln jton a inicf. Ml If.
GREEN Sl GILBERT,
AT1'0HKYS
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
wmiain u. (i'pui. ) . ,.,
William It. Ollli.it, l AlltO. 1-1.
Mllos K. Uilbtrl, )
t3rspi'ilil attention ieii to Ailiiirnlty
;lllil SU'.IUIUO.ll uu'iarJ.
Oilicc: Ohio lecc. ltoin: andi oor
City Nutloi'iil li.iiik.
uurt)UV)U4
JACOB WALTER,
And DeiiVr In
FRliSlt AlEATS,
KlOUTIl STKKKT. MKT. WaMUNOTOS ANt
LO.MMKRl'IAI.,AVIC.niljiillllll- 111,011' f,
liiiotwlli. Iut Ol 111. nf l.,, L'Mllltilll V1.4I
I ..n.li w.. ii. i.l.. I lu 1.1-..11 ir.l In
mc mttiiiii'i hi 1 airopiaiiii. tnaniior.
JAS. KYNASTON,
BUTCHER
And Dealer In
A MNDS OK KlMiSU MHATS
K'M Cor, rwHtitlntli Strot and
Oiiiiruurcial Avenue.
OA 1 110. lliMNOIS
HYLAND & SAUR
And Dealer in
C10ICE FRESH MEATS,
of evi-ry tlcerlplion.
Cor. lOn Mrcet and Coininer lal Avenue,;
N l door tu the llxlaiid -uloon.
Caiuo, Im.inois.
DENTISTRY
IN AT T TTCJRT A rWWG
DR DAVID PARKINSON,
HaVln. In, atiil I, fnir., -0I1..11. ,1
I ronage ol tline ti' -ilrini. Di.nial u-Ari
I n., 1;,. . 1 """ai irk.
I , ,, ,.11 1 1 " dr'i 'iu'-''nili
v' r ,u i V.Z"', J" 1!!' r
,1',lln '': "S il''' satisia. tiun witibi"
I '"'
I ,
A" V'ork vvakiiimicu h,,ii,i,.,rv
ufiin iici-. liiiii.u. aiul Tc.-tliiiomal
,rt'd ' I'lbind U-n ,, Mrc.i. or. j.;,
ll"ott ' l,r,"f wit
..... .. . .... c ,
uuiai .vai l'LATK.
EXMISH AMI .13IKItlUA. l'LA-
'HXA, AJI) CKIil.n.OIl) 1IASK
t.. muunt artiii.dj i. i th on :-iiiaklii" -i ihic
:Shu 4'l'1jy,'?"iV l,r'' ''' KX'nt.UT-
iMVlcrK
,-i ... :., .-" ,,.t"1 'l-
- ,lw i, vii, tui nu,
Cli.,1 .ri'-i riu-iii'ihii' l i.i..ii... .i,
.Ilvrr KIllnir.M . .;.,V. "u lv,u'
I I ...
uuii.-e room li w u. crry'i iiii,in...
i i. nnier Slxlli .tm n. ; i...... .......
...,"V i "iiiiiirii'iaiini'inii'
?fVT Knt rniii m si., i.
.'i-Hl0.W4t.
MAXA KLL & CO.,
-Mauuractucrs and Dealem In
,, . , , T,T .
MACHINE IHjRNIG OILS
an
AXLE G UKASE.
ANo incfj, nr the
UELUnilATKl' QLOUlfi
1
AM
MMUCATIM OILS.
No. 71H. Jurtu MUneSlrrct,:
SI. 1 yiMly Kin
-il.tvvtn.
AT Nllti:n
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE (UtOOEIt,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer Id
boat stores.
'lo I.OVN',
(UIKO. ILLS
m- ailllllllllll Riven JO rOIWtfll.
BientH aud mim. f,rH, " II. ill
r3T"Snpp.i ... i
SAM WILSON,
KKAI.KIt I.N
BOAT ST0EES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
INTo. XXo Ohio Xiovuo
CAIRO ILLS.
COHHMIUOIV MEHCHAim.
Wood Rittenliouse & Brother
Gknekai, Commission Merchant,
133 Ohio Levee, Cairo.
u .atbks. r.. .i. Arm
AYK113 & CO.,
F L O R
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MKUUHAN l
No. 78 r,v.iuaUA!RO, It.t.
J. M, PHILLIPS,
KOltWAItDlNd
Commission Mcrchanv
WlIAUKAOAT PllOI'lllI'.TOn.
Preprepared to forward all kinds ol
Freight to all points.
KITI!uliie-i attended to promptly.
11. A. '1 liuuis Li. I'. TIlUIII
1 axv.M k itrnu wl
auccesotrt to 11. M.Uukii.
J0MMISS10N MERCHANTS, HROK EH?
ANt DHALBIIS l.V
ntAilci tnt t'Hiic tlrorrrlea,
f'orelijn and Daineitlu
181 ComuiHrclil Avenue,
OA(KI). - . II.I.INOIH
C. CLOSE,
(iKKKKAI.
Commission i (-reliant
And Dealer Iu
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, ,Vc
OHIO LEVEE.
CTI will -i ll in ear load lots at manulse-
inrvrn luitf miiiiiiif ireljjiit.
JOHN B. PHILLIS &, SON.
''iiciTstor to John II, I'liUIlM
General Commission
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS,
De.ileri In
HAY, COUN,
OATS, FLOIJH,
MKAL, 1111 AX, &c.
AenU for Laflin & Rand Powder Company
CAIRO, ILLS.
W. tratton.
STRATTON & BIRD
WHOLESALE GROCERS
-AMI
ommission Merchants,
Agents American Powder Company,
MILLER & PARKER,
General Commission
AMI
FORWARDING MERCHANS,
Dealers In
FLOFll, COH.V..OATS, 1IAY, Ac.
Agents for Fuirbank's Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, ILLS
PARKER Sl AXLEY.
GROCERS
And Ci-ucral
Commission Merchants.
NORTHERN BUTTER
A Sieelalt.
Oirni r or 8th Mrei-t and Wa-hlmjloii Af
N. II. ThlttleuoiMl. 1. ,1. 'IdMlfnood
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
O K.N Kit A I.
Commisssion Merchants
Dealert In
Flour, Corn, Oats, Hay, e.
.No. 78 OHIO I.KVKK,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
COFFKY, HAHHISON & CO.,
(Suceeniorit to U, Hunt ,t don,)
Commisaion crdianta,
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No (13 Ohio I,viio, OAIItO, II,I.H
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VHOLE8ALK AND BKTAIL.
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Jobbers and
PURE
Chemicals, TattMit Medicines, IVrfuinerv, Soap?, ItriiHhe.s,
Tniiott Articles, Dniiat'.s Fancy (Sootls, Collier Whito
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.inn lih.-i viiiuic-. j anus, vuiur, uns, viiniiHiit'jj,
Window Glass, Wax Flower -Material, Ttle Colora, Dve
Stutls, Ktc, Ktc, Ktc.
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WHOLESALE vS: RETAIL,
71 Ohio Iicvee.
CAIRO.
NEW
HARRY WALK ER
(l-a,e Projirieter of the St. Nicholas Hotel)
Das become Superintendent of the
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CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
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will always be L'lad to si-e tZr
First-class Day Board 20 per Month.
HARRY WALKER, Supt.
Planter's House.
50 Ohio Levee
EDMUND HUEFNEK, Proprietor-
The 1'latitcr's Hou-o is located on Ohio UYoo Street in
CLOSE PL0XIMITY
rOTS AND STEAMLOT LAADIKGS
hcin oliant.y tuiulXKTA.
ment and the hest of accommodations.
Transient Guests $2 per Dixy.
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hl.o levee. Oitice hoiim Irom U a. ni., t
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AND RETAIL
ill lia-l iinTii
BROTHERS
Retailers of
DRUGS,
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RETAIL & PRKCRIPTION,
Wuslilngtou Air. for. J-llBhtli St.
HOTEL
nnd well-known house, will.,
,u 1 " -ua order lor the recep-
pi? mi oil
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,,W 'o, to the new house, and
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TO HAILUOAI) DE-
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rePt,vt cor,l''ls
Day Hoarders $20 per 'Month-
and Boats Day and Night.
2"--3-'J7.3m.
j Ml, HALIS
Balsam for the Lungs
THE Olt EAT AMEHIOAN CON
aUAU'TIVKUKMKDY Coniumptlon U NOT an Incurable dliette
l'hyi.;luiis uMiira ualbis lact. It li onlv
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tho terrible malady can bo i-onquereii.
Hall's Ealsia Is this Kenedy.
It biuuku llll II, u nn.,,, ....
lieaU ttielaroerate.l ami excorlat.il turiaee.
which theenoui ol the ill.uuno iiroihii-en.
WHILE 1,1 FE r,ASTS Til EKE IS II OI'E
i. . . - . - ' " tucri a euro even
alter t ho doctors have Kiveu-)nu nn
llullN IliUmii It nolij everywhere ami
may be had at ivhulenaluolthe VronlJtur,
John V. Henry, furraii Co., at their
(ireat Medicine Warehouse, 8 an ll l'o lett
l''nu ?mk ,,r'Ufr l'ott!e?""fc
Italia llaUanj la al.n a mire remedy tor
(.o iLdm, VoidH. I'hoiimoDa, BroTiehlllK
A.thmu, aplttliifr or lllood, Croup, Vh , i.
im; O.iiKh. mid ill other ilf.ealeao t lie i.
ftlratory organs.
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