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$l!T.'j3t. 'Louis newspapers deny that
thero is any small pox in that city.
TrtE Dcmooratio Central Commitlcc
of Union county will meet at tbc court
houso, in Jonesboro, August 3th, nest,
for consultation.
The: Jonesboro Oaiotto suggest
that contention to nominate an Op
position candidate for congress, be
held at Anna or Carbondaie, on Thurs
day, August 20th. The cooncr the
baiter ; and wo vote for Anna.
TurtiE will bo hold on the Union
county fair grounds, a cauip-mcstiog
of the Cairo district of tho Southern
Illinois conference of tho M. E. Church,
commencing Tuesday evening, August
JD, and continuing over Sunday.
How aro tho mightly fallen! The
St. Louis Qlobo says of tho principal
personage of " the groat scandal " :
Mr. Beocher pleaded guilty when ho
declined to cntcra suit for libel against
Mr. Tilton, and so put himself in tbo
box under oath, with tho pcuitcntiary
behind hi in should he bo convicted of
perjury.
Charles BrtEWsTEn Itosa, a child
four years old, was stolen from his
home in Philadelphia on the first inat.
The abduotors were two men. Tho case
has orcatcd high fooling of excite
ment throughout tho city, and the
major, on the twenty-second inst., of
fered a reward of twenty thousand dol
lars for the arrest and oonviction of the
kidnappers, and tho restoration of the
child to his parents.
The Jonesboro Gazotte, gives the
names of tho members of tho Demo
cratic Central Committee of tho Fifty
First Senatorial Dhrtriot, as follows:
T. F. Bouton, chairman; Col. A. J.
MJnimo, and Dr. M. V. Ilarwood, of
Union oounty ; Judg F. Brossand A
Cummings, of Alexander county; and
Judge A. C. Davis Rnd F. A. YoBt,
of Jackson oounty. "This committee,"
says tho Gaiette, "is authorited to call
a District convention to nominate can
didates for the legislature. Wo pre
same it will attend to its duty at tho
proper time."
Tux ami&blo McCartney, of tho Metro
polis ' Times,' remarks with that amia
bility that has characterized him for
years, and we may also remark, with
that nonchalant disregard of the truth
.that has distinguished him sinco his
suckling days, that he finds that "every
body indorses Mr. Clements but Obcrly,
of The Cairo Bulletin, and he is
given principally to indorsing John H
Oberly." Bcally, our friend Mao docs
us great injustice. We do not en
dorse Oberly; on the contrary quito
the reverse. JJc don't suit us. We
aro going to trade him off for a now
editor, a horny-handed Eourhon, who
will rally the boys in tho old stylo
Oberly don't suit the times. Ho is al
ways either too far ahead or too fur bo
hiud. He it now out of sight iu front.
The Republican uomlnatinc com
xnittee of this district, will bo held at
Mound City, Thursday, August 13th.
Who- shall bo the nominee ? is a ques
'tion creating considerable excitement
among our political opponents. Tho
strife seems to havo concentrated in
Jaokson county, where there are threo
Itiehmonds iu the field llobarts,
Easfljrfy and Woodward, llobarts is
the editor ,c tho Murphyboro Era, an
active, good looking young man, who
would make a good reprcsontatiro an
eicelleut one, H is opposed by the
snti-IUdioal faction, led bv Cantaiu
Clement. Easterly is a farmer. Ho
was nominated by the farmers of Jack
on oounty last year as their candidato
for county judge, but declined the nom
ination. Captain Clements encouragod
him to be a oandioate in the hope of
securing to himself tbo Easterly influ
ence among the grangers. Woodward
. we do not know. He.is a young law
yer oi carbonaale, and is as
active in pursuit of tho nom-
inauon, as an industrious cows
ail in fly time. It is probable that
jp.-'AODaria win aeouru me prize, 11 tne
,n-i 'II . ..
Pope-Clements combination does not
slaughter him.
ENGLAND'S ROYAL PENSION.
The English potiiauicnt, in rcsponso
to tho rcmjnd'er of tho Queen that
Princo Leopold had reached his major
My and should hnv'e an annuity be
stowed upon him, has granted a stipend
of fifteen thousand pounds equal to
tqVc.il ty-fivo thousand dollars a year
Tho number of members of tho royal
lamily, besides tbo queen, who aro re
ceiving annual stipends is thirteen, and
thii uggregato JC!231,000 annually, or
Villi the allowance 6f tho .queen, jCGIG,.
000 equal to $3,080,000 a largo
'ponalty to pay for being governed by a
monarchy. The following is a list of
'tho'royal pensioner (n full: The an
nual grant to iler Majc?ty is 395,
000. Tho Princo of Wales has an an
nuity of 10,000 and the revenues of
tho Duchy of Cornwall, which in 1371
amounted to 05,48 1 ; whilo tho
Princess, of Wales has 10,000
a year. Other members of tho
reigning family are onriched by tho
following allotments from the nation's
treasury : Tho Duke of Edinburgh,
825,000; Princo Arthur, 15,000;
Princo Frederick Wilholm, ot Prussia,
8,000; Princess Ludwig, of Ilosse,
0,000: Princess Christian, offc'chles-
wiV-Hoateiu, 0,000 ; Princess
Louise, Marchioness of Lorno, 0.000;
The Duohess of Cambridge, 0,000 ;
tho Grand Duchess of Mecklenburg
Strclitz, 8,000 ; tho Princess Teck,
5,000 ; and Duko George, of Cam
bridge, 12,000; and, lastly, Princo
Leopold, whose name has just been ad
ded, 15,000.
THE KBNTUOKr CODE I'EO
PLE. Thcro is a judge in Kentucky by
the name of P. U. Major. Ho is n
judge of tho most remarkable kind.
With k disposition to bo a jolly fellow,
ho has tho Grant-liko merit of stand
ing by his frionds, and his friends arc
of tho reckless class of the cutting,
nhooting, drinking, ku-klux class.
Soraetimo ago one of his friends was
in jail charged with being a ku-klux.
Judge Major kiudly permitted his
friend to go out on bail and his friend
immediately killed tho witness against
him. Another of his friends, tho mur
derer Terrell, had his case taken from
tho Covington district, into Jugde Ma
jor's, and tbo judgo allowed him to be
bailed. Tho Cincinnati 'Enquirer'
saw proper to comment upon the
judge's conduct, and the editor of that
paper waB promptly challenged. Ho
as promptly refused to ac
cept the challonge; wheroup-
on a gentleman by the name of
IIodf!0, OUC of ill obivalric aonn nf
Kontucky, denounced him as a liar,
adding, "and I hereby authorizo Mr.
Cookerill to inform his informant, for
me, that he, tho informant, is a liar, a
slanderer and a dirty dog."
Kentucky moves slowly. Sho still
hankers after tho code ; and her gallant
citizens rush around seeking somebody
that will knock a chip oil their should
ors.
DEATH OF THE
MAN.
FLYING
A RACE BETWEEN AN AERON
AUT AND A FLYER.
A NOT 11 Kit ATTEMPT WITH A PA
TALKNDINU FALLING OVER
A UHUllOII-YARD.
Krom llii!
London Dally
11.1
Telegraph, July
It was aunouuecu yesterday that at
7:30 p. in. M. de Uroof, the "Flying
Man," would repeat nt tho Cromornc
gardens, "his astounding performances
of flying through tho air a distance of
five thousand feet." True to this an
nouncement, the Flying Mnu did en
deavor to rcprat the exploit which he
had accomplished in safety ten days
before, aud perished in tho attempt.
M. do Uroof was a Belu'iau, who had
expended years iu constructing for
himself an apparatus with which ho
beliuvcd it posbiblo to imitate the
flight of a bird. The i;ueral outline
ot this apparatus was in imitation ot a
bat's ttiiigs, the frame-work being
made of cauc, and tho intervening
membrane of stout waterproof silk.
The wings were iu all thirty-seven feot
loug, with an average breadth of four
feet, whilo tho tail was eighteen feot by
threo. Theo wings wero inserted into
two hinged frames that were attached
to a wooden stand upon which tho
aerouaut took his place. Here ho had
three lever;, which he worked by hand
to give his machine propulsion or
guidance, as might be required , his
theory being that having Marled from
a civcu height ho could manage his
I descent so as to reach the earth by a
sort of inclined swooping motion, with
out risk or concussion.
About a year ogo, M. de Groof mado
an attempt, of which our correspond
out at the timo telegraphed tho partio
ulars, to deseeud fiom a great hoight
on tho Grando Place at Brussols. Tho
effort was a failure, but VJlumme Vvl
ant, as lie was then called, oscaped un
hurt, though his notwork was after
ward torn iu pieees by tho crowd. On
Monday, tho 119th ult., however, M. de
Groof repeated his experiment nt Cro
mornc Gardens with success, Mr.
Baum, proprietor of tho gardens, had,
it deems, after making an engagement
with him, felt somo uneasiness aa to
the result, aud at first refused to allow
the trial to bo made. Tho "Flying
Mau" protested the absolute feasibility
6f hifliftohome, and insisted upon the
contract belli)' carried out ; and this
Was done : Tho wings and stands wero
attached . lc a 5 . balloon gui
ded - by Mr. Simmons, who,
after drifting over London toward
Brandon, in Essex, released his com
panion at acousidcrablo height thrco
or four hundred feet, it is said and
tho flying apparatus was immediately
set in motion. " For a time," it stated,
" it was n raco between the aeronaut
and the flyer, Do firoof winning by
two Golds' lengths, and attaining
ground in porfect safely."
How tho accident occurred Inst
night can not bo clearly a?crtained.
Tho apparatus, previous, to the ascent
scorned in satisfactory order, and Do
Groof though according to custom,
he took and afTectionato farewell of his
wife nppoarcd fully confident of mak
ing a successlul ascent. About a quar
ter to 8 o'clock the balloon was cut
loofo and rose slowly iu the air, bear
ing with it tho flying man and his gear.
Thcro was hardly a breath of air, a cir
cunistnuco whioh might have been sup
posed to have been favorable to tho
performance of an aeronautical feat of
the kind, lie this as it may, however,
when tho balloon had attained the
heinht of threo or four hundred feet
the unfortunate prcforinor soemed
oither to mistrust his owii powers or
the capacity of his apparatus, for ho
was hoard by tho spectators below
slioutiug to tho man in the ballopn to
brinir him nearer tho earth. This re
quest was complied with, and the bal
loon descended slowly toward llobert
street, whioh lies a quarter ot ainilo or
so to the north of Crcmorno Gardons.
On approaching St. Luke's ohurch, Mr.
Simmons, the balloonist, was heard to
say : " You must cut looso now or
you'll come on tho church roof." The
answer was : " Yes ; lot mo drop into
tho church-yard," and these were, no
doubt the last words Do Groof uttored.
Ho cut the rono when about eighty feet
from tho ground, but to tho horror of
the spectators, who must havo num
bered many thousands, the apparatus,
instead of inflating with tho pressure of
tho air, collapsed, and, turning round
nd round in tho descent, fell with
great violence in Robert street, a yard
or two from tho curb-stone. Assist
ance to the uufortunato man was in
stantly forthcoming. Although still
breathing, lie was insonsiulc; but the
dispatch with which he was extricated
from the wreck of his apparatus, and
convoyed to Chelsea Infirmary, proved
in vain. He never recovered consci
ousness, and on his arrival at tho hosp
ital the surgeon pronounced bini dead.
Madamo De Uroof, who witnossed lier
husband's fall, fainted it the sight, and
a still more painful scclc took place a
short time lator at tho hospital when
sho learned the wholo sad truth. The
apparatus was carried off in shreds by
tho crowd beforo tho polico could secure
it.
THE HOY FIEND.
How lie
Talks and
Jail.
ACIS 111
(New York Herald.)
Tho cool reasoning of tho young ficn J
is well illustrated sinco ho has been in
jail. To ono he said : "ow, tho pa-
J .... i i mi
pers publish a ridicnious story, iney
say that after I whipped tho boy en
Powder Horn Hill I poured salt water
on him. How ridiculous I How could
I get salt water up thoro?'' Theu,
again, ho said : "I don't want this to
get into tho newspapers, for it hurt3 a
young man's reputation to havo such
things published about him." Being
questioned liuvr ho catno to deny facts
and pretend such innocence before
couneol, ho mado cureless remarks, and
added that one thing he told was true :
he was down ou tho common as ho had
statod. A friend tried to get
at his inmost heart aud talk
ed with him long about his
mother and brother. Ho seemed to
havo a good deal of regard for his
brother Charlie, and remarked.
' Would they call him the brothir of a
murderer I 1 would iiko to hear them;
I would knock tho fellow down. It
wai no uio to try and soften him, for
ho was as far off as possible from all
tender strains, in tho very midst of a
pathetic npjeal ho remarked, ".I'll bet
I had a bettor diagram of tho shop
than tho paper did, and I only drew
mine from memory. I gave it to Chief
Savage." When asked what ho wished
to bo dono with him ho coolly said :
" Well, put mo in prison for five or six
years, then 1 will go to i-ca three years,
and by that time 1 will be a man and
strong enough to ovcrcorao this deMre
that seizes mo." No instance of his
cunniuc is shown better than in his
jumping at ttic testimony of a witness
at tho inquest, who described his dress
at variance with the story of an officer.
It pleased him greatly, and ho spoko
of it to thocouutel. '1 here is no possib
ility of having extracted a true tory
from him had !hh mother and brother
not been arrested. Ho found they
would bo charged with hU work, and
when ho heard of their arrest he rot
about to draw diagrams which would
illustrate what he had to tell. Now
that ho has made a clean and open
breast ot it all he is willing the officers
should know It, and calmly awiita the
end. Alter he bad told tho most blood-
thrilling story he calmly atkel that bU
mother end him a dtin nhirl L'l w
pair of Mek, and !, h bt An ym
think otJtnt H. Piwtrj v"
THE PHI MATE WHIP, KWU-
CAN CHrif.'Jl L'JffcTMiM-
KO A.VJi MHM'ISiXI)
U.oliJuii Ittwr, J.) Y, ;tv ' )' sitto .
A terrible duvwy JUu jttt aw.cx
Tho archbUhop U (.Wvdnuj 5l.v
primate of all fctg.ii.u6 w i.ovur .re
ceived the Ka-?rM-iit vf ApCuu, (tud
it is doubtful wl;ti.w Lv '.Urf r Uo
lawfully biptizt'J ' J 6o v.vt aoi-U
these assertions on u,j ' t-tttLvXj
these aro tbctctj Uv kty); 'vr v.f
,but they aro plainly ULv iu tU ii-ix
iatio journals, and are the nubjut u
horriGed conversation in high church
circles. Tho archbishop was born a
Presbyterian and remained so until ho
grew up". Presbyterian parents, it is
aid, do not always havo their children
baptizod ; and often what passos among
them for baptism is, in tho eyes of my
high church informants, no baptism at
all, ns they often perform the "to with,
out the proper "intention,' and Bttll
oftencr without the proper " form."
How this may bo I know not, but
tho llituilists have discovered that it
can not be shown that Archbishop
Tait was over bapthed, and tbey as
sort that it is cortain ho was never con
firmed. An unbaptitcd bishop is cer
tainly an unheard-of thing, while a
bishop who has neither been baptised
nor oonGrmod is an abomination in tho
eyes of all High Anglicans. They draw
from these disoorcrios tho most alarm
ing conclusions. They say that Arch
bishop Tait is no bishop ; that he is
not oven a Christian ; that his orders
as deacon, priest, bishop, and arch
biihop ore all invalid ; and that, as a
consequence, all tho porsons whom ho
has confirmed to not confirmed, and
that all the priests ho has ordained arc
not priests, and have not been ordained.
You may imagito the distress and dis
may which thesj alleged discovcriera
have caucd, but you can scarcely im
agino with what glco the Ritualistic
clergyman and journals gloat over
them. They seem to hato their arch
bishop more than they do the devil
himself, and to rejoice over everything
that can be said to his disgrace, with
out regard to its consequences to them
selves or others.
DAB ICS)
FIRST NATIONAL
OF CAIRO
BANK
It. W ill I.I.Kit, l'rrhlont,
J. M. PHILLIPS, Vlco President,
CHAS. CUNNINGHAM, Cnhlcr.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY M AUK.
EXCHANGE. coin. baiiL-iittiM, and ttnll. il
.SUte rccm1tU'4 hoiiKht ami uld.
Interest allowed on tlrao deposits.
THE CITY NATIONAL
BANK.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL,
8100,000
OniCKRS.
V. P. IIALLIDAY. Pmldciit;
11ENUY L. IIALLIDAY, Vlco Prculdeit.
A. U. SAKKOUl), Caihlcr;
WALTER 1IYSLOP, AssfMant Conhlor.
D1HKCTOUS.
STAATS TAYLOll, H. II. CUNNINGHAM
Fl. L. IIALLIDAY, "W. 1. IlAM.MIAY.
U. 1. WILLIAMSON, hTKPIIKN 11IIIM,
A. U. SAPVOItD.
Kxchnncc, Coin and United States
Ilonds Jlought aud Sold.
DEPOSITS received and a general banking
uuiini'na nunc.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS HANK,
CHAUTK11K1I MARCH 31, ISO'J.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, OAIKO.
omcKits :
A. 15. HAKKOItl), Preidilcnt ;
H. 8. TAYLOll. Vlcc-Preiitcnt ;
II. II YSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer.
XJiiiziTjns:
, M. llAIiCI.AY, ClIAS. (lAMGIIKK,
, M. Stock i'i.ktii, 1'aul o. fcciiuir.
, II. CUNMINOHAM, II. I IIALLIDAY,
J, M. 1'IIILI.Il'S.
ISTL'KKVr paid on depotlu at tliu rale
ol hlx per eont. per innum, March lot and
September 1st. Intcrcit not withdrawn In
added Imcifdlatcly to tlio principal of the
deposit, thereby pivlnt' tliim compound
Intvrcfet.
U ARM Kit WOMEN AND CIIILUIIKM MAY
DK.rOjIT MO.SKr AND NO ONE KL'K
l-A DRAW IT.
Open ew-ry bmlii-- day from 9 a. in. to 3
p. in., and Sutu.di)' evenings lor navlug de
potlt' only , Iron n to 8 o'clock.
W. 1 1 YSLOP. Trcaiurer.
ST. LOILS UNIVERSITY.
TIIK FOUTY.FIFTU ANNUAL
SESSION of Studios In tho
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY
Will begin on
M O.N DAY, SEPTEMBER Tth, 1S71.
Kor Prcupeclui, giving tortni, initruc
lion i to' parenti, Ac, ice, apply to or
aUrers
RKV J 09. O
ZEALAND, S. J ,
President.
St Lull Univeriity, .St
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Louli, Mo,
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ItKHlllKKCK-No. HI. 'ITilrteentn strest
'.tum. Wukhlnitton areoue und Walnu
treat. Office l'W.coramerclal Javenuo, up
lira.
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mn intuitu.
A mnu Intending to do business must
first prepare hinuclf to meet the re
qnlrcmrnts of Ids customers! next ho
must let every possible or probable
customer know that he Is so prepared.
In a rerr small place he may TELL all
the people what he cando. Iunlarge
village u printed handbill, poiter or
circular, properly distributed, will be
efficnelou., but WHOEVER IS IN A
PLACE LAIMIE ENOUdU TU SU11
POUT A NEWSPAPER WILL KIND
THAT IT IS THE CHEAPEST MEDIUM
TIIKOIHUI WHICH TO AUDRESSTHE
PUIILIC.
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KRES1I SP11INO QOOD3.
M It 8 . M . JACKSON,
(rorinerly Mrs. Hwauder.)
innounces;tnat sb hu nitt opened a large
NJ'.WEST,
MOST FASHIONAili
AND UAKDSDM
MUUnnry (looj, tone ''uu in tne mai ic
.Sho will keep on band
Hats, IIonnkts, Kloweii , Itluuom,
Diikss TtttuMiNas or All Kimls,
Tii.ntr.s FuBwisniNa Qoops, Notiok
Coli.abs, Undkrbliktks. Iturrs,
And all ifoods found Iu miulnerv loro.
of wbtcb will be xponil ol ti tbo low
cabu prices. Mrs. Jacicann reupo(Iul.
artsa conUnuation of the pataonaga wn't.
baa been so llbetallr bostsowed upon ber i
Ik. I..1.AU nt .nil ffcn vllnitV.
Min l.lt.V. ... n- IUU hi. w ... .... .
UN Hnnaiiiiin
Ctrnerhlate at.
cnzcAuo.
Tht mott Btnovnud SnulatUt 0 tht Aai, in O.
tnatintntcrritir.lTK, CUltOSlO and Uill
.V.tfl Y DISEASES, BEUJ.V.iL WK.IKXESS.
1 1 tnM tt tt liUUcrtiku r liir uu, lo4ulin
Kravousxuia.riurLts on tub riev, iTrasiomo
sociiTT, writrtn siaar. loss or xmoar
iosuood ttv ('lint oeaio. tut caam or
luciciL I iTtxiTvaa. Wuuu4 vtta tauu
tl(Ululif mUmtt rr,bj t, Tkt ltllmtu
AlunU. Thtlf Mtir. ui ul inn. rrlMMww.
nlUtrUlmtMunl UatnntIHMuiMM,
wlll muh4um tt UllK M t.U m Uin U SmW.
l.r.iuj trilJ rrt.U4 trutiMiu. Mi aVM4
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lsueci or Henucu wun ueiiaoie Drugs at Jlei
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All work done with Dispatch anil Wairan
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Kjn.lo.if.
COFFINS,
AT WILCOX'S III.OCK KOIt dl.OO
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SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAfl
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Oflllco Over Klrtt National Haute. .T-15-8m
John II. MulVcy.
William O. Muikcy .
& SON,
AT LAW
MULKEY
HORNEYS
l .A 1 WO
ur.uu i
t'U .ii. I V i
uhU ktroet, between Coramer-
liinitou nvdiues. M4-tr.
GILBERT,
MA'S
AT LAW,
CAIRO, ILLS.
.V'
Wll I'll'
Mli' i
B3TSpn -and
Stc.uu
, -t tcntlou given to
rat busiilDcsif,
Ailmlralty
Offices
Ohio Levee, Rooms 7 and 8
City National Dunk.
ove
i
Jams: ffifetfg&&
AND KETAIIj
rii m mi am jib
II Ml 111 HI 1 11 III III
r i u my ii u
BROTHERS
Retailers of
DRUGS
Perfumery, Soaps. liruslic
A'iuiuv vjuuua. uiiiur vin
it
-r i i ii.t -r.
from DruzvliU. rhiflelani and floncrnl I
- onauio naiei'
RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION,
Washington Atc cor. Eighth
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BIMriLASKItN
R. SMYTH &. CO.
IVJIGLEnAl.t:
liTOimit li V. A T. V It
w Mf Mm & U A.J Al
No. fiO Ohio Lovee,
UklllU. IJiJilitUl
R. JONES
MAKER,
Commercial Avenue.
i.piwcec Tenth and Eleventh Street',
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
tie Iimh n IIdh ilock oflurrrlitl leather
iianii.iiiki rnri.ivf.fi frnm .miirrf ami i
niii, uown me prices 10 ive lUHt'i noun.
8-1 'Jm
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker ti Illalce,)
Dealer In
VA71NIS1IUS,
BKl'S II KB,
WALL l'Al'K
WINDOW GLft?S.
wivnow MiiAiir
And the celebrated llhiinliiHtliig
AURORA OIL.
nroia' Hulldlnu, ltth SI.& Oomerclal A1
UAIltO, ILLS.
FRED- HOFHEINZ
-i
CARRIAGE & WAGON i
MANUFACTURED
AND-
BLACKSMITIIING.
Sixth Street nnd Commercial Atciiii
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Special attention itiven to Ilonsn Siioij i
andt'cneral repairing.
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ICE. IOB. ICE:
THOMAS SPROAT & SOI
i
W.nlunti ami Itn.ill D nlori Iu
PURE LAKE 10E,
Cairo, Illinois-, and Columbus, Kentnclc
Liliro OIUCO Ol iiuicii tv iii:ou b, Kviut
Twelfth street mm uiuo icvcc.
We will run an ice wagon throughout tl
caion, delivering: pure 1-ko Ice In any p!
tt the citv at the lowed market price, atl
olll also f iiiuliU our friends outmdc the cl
with tee bv the cake or car loail, packed
ww dust, for shipment to any ilUtance.
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