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HrnilhiK Mnllrr i:rr I'nito.
JOnN II. ODERLY, Editor.
Tlli:iUM.V.TlN.
Wo Imvoclollieil Tin: lUtu.r.Tix In now
t yx from lif.nl I" foot, nml iircM-nt tin
Mii't't to t1i public n oni- of tin- lmiut
jiomMinMl tblllus In tlicStn'tf. 'l'lic tyi
imti.il in- i from Hie St. l.niil
rtp I'timx
Tyu Foundry, nml 1 entirely sitlf;U'
& tory to u. The uinniu,'er "f nW ftmmlry
oiTAvrv rourtuom jronlleim'ii, nml
l,y mnreiwniiiiiH'intctl totlw'iwtnmajn1
r.fnHiiti.MMilnir !joo(ln)nl('iI:illu the
line ofurlnhTj, nirnHilny
'I'm: Uraynlte Mtptwltnl erow lni
lly ovit Hie floctlontif lililway.
Si-eakku IIi.aini: s:iy tlml, nniler no
litvunigt.inoeo, would lie niwpt tin- ollli
" f United Stat' .Soimtor.
So manv liable have been -oothfd I
.l.,n. ,.'-,.11 i In (.Iffll'liV till' U'fof
"tnntfitnir BVrlll), III (;cniiiili.V tlmt tin
nlilliorllJf" hnw iimriiiM f Ml." '
mattorjn Mini. - l"l J" ''" "''
itartffttnm nir. ,
TlIB Gallatin (lattttr Millies In n new
ihvss nml Usure Hint lit the next elcfllon
the, N'iiietecntli ('niijfiv lonnl lltriet
vill ilvii n lnrjre majority for the Demo
cratic tle.kfL Vo nilmtrc hotli the new
drew nnd the "old pluck' of Tht
Oattttt.
Srjsvnv.N "AVv.nos II i:i.y, mi nrtlt.
lenlfs that l.nrkln (i. .Mend U thf nuthor
nf tho Lincoln stiitut! lately unveiled at
Springfield. In IliU 'tatf. Aecordln; to
lleale-, Sltftinr Au;utu l'ns'ill:i nml
Sljfiior llonlo, whoever they may he, lire
the authors of the statue.
Tlti: Shmrnrrtomi Oatrlle say.-: "DnVf
l.luefr.ir U our cniidldntf for Attorney
(ieuer.il In 1STI. He 1- heart nnd soul hi
sympathy with the ell'ort ol the people
to overthrow the. Grunt ilvnnty." Mr.
l.lne.ir, would make an excellent Attor
liev (ieuer.il, nnd who know i- hut that hf
may lie elected to th.it olllei' hy "we, tin
people V"
County Clerk Lelh. of ('ookfoiinty.rc-
fued to throw out return': In Harwell's
district made hy men who weiv not fill
yens of the precinct hi wlileh they lived
lie decided that he had no i llit to do mi
lint he was niKljikfii. I'urwell will there
fore take liU s-catliifoiifjre'slmt will not
retain It.
'I'm: IVuioenit s ol Arkann are pro-
tifillu; In a manner that will hock the
JViiiocralle f-entlnient of somu pari ol
Southern Illinois They have a tfica
Jorlty in the lel-latiin' of that State
nml have iin.i.iiy ..leelcd u neyrro, I)r
.leriime It. ltlley, l'.urollin- cwu of tin
houe, ami .lohu .Marku, a eoloi-ed man of
IVIiKo eoiuily, Allant Door-K'ceiicr of
Ihe senatf.
son county.
Carry thf new to William-
ANDitr.w .Iiiii.nso.v, of Tennessee;
.lerry IHnek, of l'eiinytvnnla; Horatio
Seymour, of Xcw Vork, and Cliarle
1'rancl Adam, of Massachusetts are
irohablii United State MMintoi. These
are all men. ot hratu, ahln stale.--men
ami patriotic citizens Black I a
little ultra, and Johnson somewhat time
worn, hut for want of hetter material,
mid hi consideration of the liiiprocmeut
inch of Hie four would he upon any of
the present iiiomher of the .senate, their
election to that hody would nv pleasure
to the country.
Wk have received Sn. 1 of Tht Journal
of the llnilway Amociution of Amtricn,
jmbllaliLifby the executive, couiuilttiii of
llio JUIlwa.v Association of Amerleii, at
St. Louis -Missouri. Harry Ii. Shnrpe,
St. I.ouls, U Hie eorrespomlln secretary
of the ussoelatloii. 'J'Jie contents of IhN
nuiuher suv very Jiiterestliur to tho-e who
take an Interest in the railroad question,
Of courc tho purpose of The Journal Is
to oppo-e tlie. Men that the railroad cor
porations lm not n rljjht to roh the puli
He, hut It mny lie vcinl with prollt hy the
nilvocuUiH r HiU hV-41. The econd llUlu
lier Ik: lntui.il lu lK-yemhur, price
tents per islnle copy.
O.n Saturday nlht lat, Hr. Taylor,
thetfciitleinali who lately lectured iM'fore
tlif I.llnml l.'flllou AsMK latlon of thi
city, lectured In I'adiinnh on "I'roplieey
ami Splrltuallni." ThU I the jentle
liiiin who iitteinptHl to defend .Mrs. Hoi
IU, mid yrot; to Tin: Him.i.kiin ii com
liiimteatiou In which thciu wn little
M-iim. Wh hopiiho I nlvlnji lo Ihe ensl-
liloiM lullilcU of riidueiih more than lu
muriied to tno-e or ( aim ; for If he I
Jtot iloliij; so, they hae made a had In-
VentuiQiit, -Hu Js.oiif if tho-e Miitlci
hruhietl men, wlioiiwhnt Ihunlet read,
"iVonls worils words"
mid to little purpo-e . ,Mo-t ol'tlio-e w ho
iittemleil Id leetiinv In lliNclly cull hhu,
"a weak brother." lie may he n cleier
j-'cutlciuaii, hut he U a decided failure n
u lecturerer.
noon nrsi.M.ss.
The jfiillow Ing Ua eiiei-.il exhibit nf
tlm i-iinihiKs of the Cairo and St. J.oul
lliairoaiicoinpaiij-, lor the mouth cmlln;;
"ttoWrai, 1871, exclusive of mall and
expreM winihi(;s :
I'lOIUl'ASM' HK1TWMK
coat nrmw j:::.:.. 3:iS
Viin l'u.Miit'irii l,4Tu i
Fruia,MlM.t.luiimu Kii-IkM , '.',;i j
i'roni Woul I'nlKtil se.fctt; j ,i m
lUlltli tl.K. ' ' "
l rom 1 tuMrnniTu tl.wo i
t loiu Mlaurllauivu 1 ivlislil . S,l3 if!
t roiu Co. 1 1 rvlBi,t . v.i.ji t:i 7 -Mi w
From Coti'l'r'VT. f5lt.'. Yjli li,
rwU1, u,:-v, ki
,HMXT.M:or,H I.I II I IT.
if von ohoiiM ever be ln Hid to nttem!
tliiik M-aiii i', nml lie required to :ty $2
. t .i i
or lilt' Uesllire Ol lllliniiy jhui in-iiii
nut lc lulk tliiouli ii tin horn In it room
nun which nil llulit U exeluiled n enre-
fnlly n- ii rsillronil pn-hK-nt I'roni n Knin'f .
Ilii-di ii llttlf ttirlit thu ohtnlmil
iihont llif room nml our word
for It you will cnti'h tl iIrll"
In the ml. An inithorlty iy:
I'd nhliiln ll"ht lii-tnntly without the
of tn:ititie nml danger of "filing
tlilnir on lire, hike tilt uhloii" vlnl of tin
lenivt nml hltct alii", imt Into it ii
iliK-e of ihiihoriu iihout thf Me of n
lien, noon which imur Miiiif ouvf on
hfiitcd on to the bnllliw t"lnt. tilling tlie
vlnl nhout one-third full, nml 'eiiiuie
vlnl hf rnif lliiilly. To n-c It. reinnu- tin
rork. nml nllow the nlrtofiitf rthe vlnl nml
thfti lvcorkit. The c unity M'l'e In tin
liolllf will thfii hfioiiif luminous nml
the light ohlnhifd will he f(unl to that of
ii Iniiiii. A komii n. the lllit jrrow Wf nl.
It nuwer enn Im liicren-ed hy oiiciihi;
the vlnl iiikI allowing n tre-h iiiily ol'
nlr to enter. In whiter It W miiiiMIiih
n. amrv to lient till) villi hftWffll tin
hnmU to" lurmi-o thf llnldlty of the oil
Thin nreii:ired thel:d may hf u-cd for
-lx mouths Till eontiivnmi' I- now ueil
hv wntohnif ii of I'nrU In nil imuiii.lne
wlicrf expln.lvf orliilliunninhlf iiiiilerliil
nrf llfd.
now mi.tv was ii.iM(iiri'Ti:ii
Jle. f:i.onri. II. l.'erlV. llif IW'I ell
veloiifiiKiliTln Hie coiililr.v. lalleil
Uecl.'. Mr. tttitv n ii inivernii"" '
oil-
Inictiir, eiirneil III the mniiilliicture ol
jroveniineiit euvi'lopi's nnd doln the
Mnuipcd envelope work. The failure to
procure n continuance of the jriivcrmucnt
contract enil-ed the sii-nenMon of hu-1-
tie". Tlie niachlucry with whlcli the
nvelopes nnd the stumping arc done N
of no account except to he u-cd for that
purpo-e, nnd U tlierefoii1 vuhlelc to Hh
owner. Thl machinery co-1 In the
uethorhood of one humlreil mid lllly
thousand dollar, The elreuiutauco
onnected with the lvlu of the contract
to tlie !Ucceiful hidder tnt a liade of
!Ulpleloii over I'lHtinaMcr General .lew.
II. .Mr. .Icucll ha won golden nplulom
ill liN :n linilil-l l ilt ion of thepo-t-ollli'c de
part ment, hut If heeiitH In iviu con
tract to personal friend nnd hii-lne
tiartiier. eon tmct where oroilt will
partlv ult to line liU own pockets h
will share hi th" condetiinntiou -o jii'tly
llted upon oilier Ihullcnl olllc'-holdcr
wlio have allowed tell'.lulcre
to enliai them Into Ilk
inhtake. I lie euuipauy to which wn
iven the enxelope contract, rent their
hu(lhl:s of .Mr. .lewell. the principal
man of the llriu 1 hi per.-onal friend and
a partner with liiiu hi the Hartford Trav
eller.' Inurnnee company. It U poHuY
that thl fomhlnntiou of circiimtnnce
may he explained away, and .Mr. .lewell
he ll(iwn to he dl-lnteivitcil, hut we
douht It.
LAW I
i:ssxi:ss i.v wu.i.i..isu
Kir.MV.
Sonus thno a'oCiov. lteveridjio received
n commuulcatloii from lleury I). Caller,
an old Kciitlemau llvhi-; In Williamson
county, n-klh uhernntorlal protection
of the ieroii. ami properly of certain
elllens of that county iu;nln-t kit klux
!av!esiics The couuuuulcntlou sets
forth, that 011 the nllit of the '.'.'Id of Oc
tober, la-t, the hnu-eot the slid Henry I).
Carter wa litcd hy 11 party of lllteen or
twenty men in di-rul-c wlio ordered hhu
and hi family to leave the county
within forty ilny. or .sutler the penally
of having lii- nml their neck- broken.
A ll;bt thereupon took place, says .Mr.
Carter, nnd "twenty-two hall- were
lodged In the side of tlie hou-e." This
ilenioii-lratlou and threat to burn the
hou-e of the Carter. falllue; to make Hie
family nli-coml, a convention ot tlieku
kluv wa held In County Line Church.
and Henry I). Carter, Henry H. Carter,
.lames .M. Carter, ami sous
and .lames Carter wens formally ordered
to wind up their bii-lne.-s within thirty
days ami leave the county. .Mr. Carter
e;lvc- the mime of the ku klux who held
this convention, lilt y-two In number.
The governor ha referred lids eom
muuleullou to the State'. Attorney of
Wllli.'iui-ou, and siie.-t- to bliu that he
.shall Investigate the matter. The ;ov
ernor proml-e to aid the sherltf hi en
forcing the Inw nnd proteetinj; life, per-
Mm 'nod inopcrty. "'I'he spirit of our
Hovcriuneiu," ay Governor llcvcrldjre.
"Is that Ihe people of a county, tliioiili
the olllceifj of the law mid the court,
shall protect thcm-clve; anil when thl
cannot lie done, It become, tho duty ol'
the shcrill'lo call upon the executive', and
It U hi coustltutloual duty to aid the
-herllf with the power of the Mute. I
shall gladly aid the iiillhorllles of your
county In Mtppre-hi any kind of law
leue and ill-order, and brlnlu; guilty
parties to piini-luuent."
It Is hlj-h time that -miictliln were Im
lu' done hi the luterti-l of law and order
In Wlllluniiou. 'liu re Is no part of the
South that ha been ill.giuccd hy law
lene more outnieoii-. Kukluxl-iii
ha- been rampant In that county for year-,
ami aa Inatlons have been of almo-t
weekly occuranco. Xotwlllistamlln till
fact, the "Ullly parties hae hirll pcniill
led to e-cape puulsluncnt. The ollleer
of the law have acted a If they were
afraid to do tholr duty, and the pre- lia
eoiidemned with hated breath the mur
derous villain w ho have brought ilNgnif 11
upon not only Williamson eoitnty tint
all of Southern Illinois Vn lniie and
pmy Ihe proper authorities will now pto
ceed to do their duty, and suppies-the
ni-eals who hae for o i.m a lime
In sccuilty anil wltliout fear of Hie pen.
ullle of the law cour,'ed nml iinuilcrcd
their neighbors
N'ulmo nlTiiK Hum.kun Ol'I IOKIUi
order lor lllty ilolhu ou tlie " Wll-on Sow
lot? Muchltif Coiujiany" wlili-li U md lor
IM laiu an part payment on a e.vcmy.
dollar i-ewluit innvliluc. Any pci.on hi
want or a tlrst-ila. suwin-,' maclihic cm Kft
a tevuty.lio dollar um. for tlltj dollar.,
by applying at HiU olllie. tf
THE NEWS.
l'irpnmlPXinitjr ror'liu. llrn.tnv 1
ARKANSAS.
Ihf Sill 1 1 Itl-IH'IMOM-l-ITIl III ill-
I I1 1 I It'll II 1.1111111-.
wimitMiioN'. Nov. lil.'flif sinlih
iiiiip:itlini hi Atk:iii;i mny ifutt ui
IiIimmI'IiciI, I Hi ndhfif nt lriw ii ilftfi-
inimitlon to mnintnlii thfir poilloii. Hi4
jiiiM iunifiil will In-oijrnni 1 nl llflcmi
or I'hif lllulf.
It U wild, nt le:it n humlreil Itndlnil
lltor hnf I'li'ii nriftfdon Hie elmifp'
of lien-oil to the tntc ; hut till" U pnla
hlv n cnmil'il.
Onrlnml. thf Democratic governor, lei-
ernpli" ihnt Ihf 'llnnlloii l witHlnctory
iiml Mllit to In- let nhilie.
POLITICAL.
I.ne Ii ol llxi llciiH'llI In I.miiMmiiii.
-Ite
-III.
Illllllll-llll lllllll
Ill 14 fill in' U .
ilciiN .llnjiirll.v.
Wasiiiniihis. Nov. II!.-II Is elmrjred
that the Ihiilleal of N'ew Orleali havi
heen tampering with the hallot-hox.
.Inlin M. SaixllL'lc wn tinlav elected
menihcrofthe l.onMauarcturiihi; hoard
The hoard I iifirii'lll!r slowly with
tlie count.
A lelejrrani from l.nuUvllle. thl date
rays that return from the Ninth dUtrli
of Kentucky which I situated In Hie
hi itnhi come In very slowly, hut
eiKin'li have heen received to liinre the
lelei lto" ' " '"' '
I il l... ...I... I... ..I...... MUI .....!....
lltlllK'liil i I'llir". i,i ii""t"i in.,j"-
itv. Tlie remain!!!'' nine Deiuocratli;
'aildldate lire fleeted hy majoritle Iroiu
100 to 7.000.
I'hf olllcial vote of thf Slate of Nf w
Yoik on governor 1 u follow: Tllden
H(i.:im; Dlx. IWil.KMl; ( link. 10,'ill;
rildcii oyer )lv,fl,!i:t!).
CRIME.
liii.lUuv In Ki-iiliii'liy ll.'Miv l'..
iri.i Kolilit'i'.v I lulil Miili 11 liisi.
rmlii.
A Cluclnuatl i:uiiilier ill-patch from
Lexington. ICeiitucky, say Kii-Klu
near Allien liot nml wounded a iie.'io
slightly and I ir. Steve Ka-lon mortally.
The money iiilibcd from the American
Kxprcs couipany at Cincinnati, on the
loth lu-t., will amount lo i.MUMi. The
iiieeiip'r ha- been arre-led.
A Kojxomo, Indiana, dl-patch, llith
nisi,. ay tlie ucMicraiio ,101111 l.ay wa
captured la-l nijtlit by a po c of men
niter 11 -erlou encounter. In which 1,'av
wa-erlon-ly wounded by a load of buck
-hot tired from a smt-;iiu, One of tin
party wa slightly wounded hy a pltd
and tired hy one of the parly by ml-take.
I lay fought dc-perately. tirlu; ten shot
ami ll'litln with a mace nml knife until
clubbed down. The juu with wlrich In
wasshot wn broken to pieces over III
head. Theiuan whowa-eriouly cut hv
hhu i lylii"; lu a critical eondllloii, nail it
I thoimht he cannot recmer.
.iiis('i:i,i.am:oi.s.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
ii
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
llotwerm Wnalilnton and Commercial
Avenueo, ndjolnlni; ltunny'H.
K'i:i:i' lor -li. tin. 1..--.1 II.-iT, t'eik, Million,
Vi-al, U1111I1. miii-uki', Ac . unit t- ne
lulled to oi Me luinllii' III an acifilalili. lii:iinn i
CAIRO
BOX and BASKE CO.
Ileali'l' 111
LTJMBBB,
( lt Muds IiiiiiI 10 "1 wif!,)
FLOORING, SIDINO, LATH, &c.
Mill mid Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
uiuo Jjuveo.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashion ablcBarbcr
XXA.XJTI X3XlX3IS3nXt.,
EIQIITII STREF.T.
ntitwemi WoHliliiKton mid ComiiiicUl
AvtiiiueH.
E. MAXWELL & CO.,
tiiiitiih in
HAILWAY MACHINKIIY and HUKNIN0
5OILS-S3$r
No. 010 North Miitu Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
WN. n..
A0KNTS FOU FHKNC1I PLUMI1A00 0118,
M'i'i'i.v iu:riM.
VALENTINE RESCH,
Htumuliont, Ilotol nnd Fumily
SUPPLY DEPOT
AMI HI 4l.ni l
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
POULTRY,
Fish, Ekrh, Northorn Buttor, &o.
Eighth Street,
Ilidweeii VViihlilnRton nnd Commeroln
. Avenue.
EJ-linod, di'lhrnil fin' nf cliar(jc.
I JIINII ,llini.. . I
NEW
iUSIG STORE,
?
i o
1 o
B 5g
mm W . O
fa
r-" 1 o
CAIRO
C. N. HUGHES,
Insurance Agent.
OFFICE!
OHIO LiTJATn,
Ovfr Mnthun & Uhl'i.
"XT ONI! Imt I'lrnl-C l- 1 iiniimlilrs lr)f-
X1! I'lll.si
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED l8fH.
S AFFORD. MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
I..l.1ll
Insurance Agents,
T.l OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, up-tUlrt.
- -o - -
Tli Oldt KntulilUtiPil Aixeiicy In Houth'
Olll IIIIHUIH, II'IUHHIIUVIIIK uv,ti
8((5 000,000.
! tl.T..M OIKS.
IS. E. PARKER,
i.mi.t iii-
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
xxmcjeiixins.
Willi Taper, Window GIiibh, Win
now auuuoH, etc.
AIuhjii on liund. Ihr- cptitinitiHl i II ii in I nnl I iik
Al'ltOKA Ol 1
13roMH' 33iitlcllus,
Corner Klevontli Street and WuvhliiK
'lllll '0 AMI I'IM.WtH.
H. MEYERS,
Wliolf :dc lii-nlrr hi
Tobacco and (fears
PIPES
Smokers' Materials,
OU OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo. Ills.
An Prr.oti i-iiii 111U1. ilii i llliirraiioril.
Uiir lo ilLn-t iiijiih. unit ri'inuin Ioiik iinwi'U r-
.ifii iiiir oourii ur nni ifirnt.ii nir iiiiii.t
lu.lioii orotlirr tiiPaui, aiul ltal oriiim wailed
.i ioiiii I'Oiui ni rri:ur
l,irilti or Imlturwiioii, Ilrailarrii Vi
111 nit- MnHiniers, 1 ijiikii-. "i lui.i iip4 en 11. r 1 iici.
it.zliia, Sour i:rucl.itlon nl II.' Stoinarli. I'.m
l.ile In Hie Moulli, lllllnii. Altarkn. l'alillatlo!i
( Uip Heart, Inn.iiiinialloii of Hip I.iiiii:. l am 10
no. ri'L'inii or tno hiiini')'. ami a iiiiiniri.il min i
niiliilul siniMmiH. nra I lie nir-iirlne' of lumwn
1a. Omo lioitlD mil fro e a Ix'ltcr ciiirjuu-r ol
us iiiciIIh llian a Irnirlliy n.lvrl llriii-iit.
I'ur I'rnmlr ('niiiplnliiia, III joi-.nj nrnl.l.
iiiiitllt'il orMMKli'. al llo' 1I111111 oruoiiniiitiojit. ol
llii- turn ol lire. Ilirii' 'lonlr llitlrrs .li-i-lii) nnln
. lili'il un liilliiciicc Unit UiiiroiFiiiciii i noun 1 . r
rnllliia.
I'ur liinnlilllllllorr timt I'lil-nnlr llliru.
iiiiilllii 101U I .III. 1.111011-, KoiinurlH UI..I llili-l
inlllrill Cctpk. lliHf.ixf ir tlie lllooil l.lirr. Kl.l
iii')h nml IiIuiIiIit, tln'i Iiuirrx liaiv no equal.
-iii-ii iM-i'iirn nr" rnil-011 ii) miiiii'ii iiimxi.
'I'hri iiii 11 ui'iiilf I'm uiiil.t ttm in II 11.
11 Touir, pos-i -Kiiijf tlie merit 01 ncilntr u 11
lioni-rnil HL'i'lil 111 leiievlliu ronireiimi or In
J.im 111:1 tin of Hie Liver ami literal ()rn.iii, am
11 illinium ii. eaes,
I'ur Hliln IH.i n- . Kruntlon. Teller. Salt
.lO.-iiio. Iiloielies, .sini, I'lniiilis, I'mlnlfi. noun
aioniieiis, limn "onus. Mai.i lieau, Mile r.ien
fllfllH'hu. Urli. sruiN. lileoloratliiii olllie SL111
lliiinor ami I i.eai.e of 1 lie s 1,111 of u hniei er naini
ir inn 11 ri-, are inerni.r ni' nn ami ruirini out u
lie sjiHteiil In u sliorl lime to Hie use of tliem
miter".
lirnli-rnl 'riino.mi.t. iirorljlm Visrnn
uriKii" oie iiiimi noinieriiii iniiKiirani mat fie
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A BOOK FORTHE MILLION;
Marriage! nABS'i; SriSStt:
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vita uuruui orrlo(. mai cuatkJui luatl
lul-ruiatluQ fur IIiom wtioar tuknlrt or i-uolrtuUu mar.
rii un it I tool ttit ourbt lo t ki-it utitrr U.l
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IwLo H uibrKi Trjtfaln oa to tulgxt of ih tur
(! irtrta tbkt l wurth buifwtotf, ftbl luueti ttiat i uu
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Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate.
Vtrwran1;tBtotbi)t4.rtou quirk h fc1frtitl
tublU nw, or vU4 uf juin rwmr-ilt. tru.t Or
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ptnea oI fario", Ii Nonu KlgLtu (u. ui..r
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CAIRO CITY CONFECTIONERY
PHIL. H. SAUP, Proprietor.
Corner EiM" St. nnd WntihiMKton Avo.
HAS NOW THE LAROKS'l' STOCK
AND IS SHLLINO 20 1M!U CKNT. LOWKH THAN ANY
HOUSti IN THE TRA DE.
K1,t llllS' Ho not InivoM iMiidii-illi.it li.m-lrn
m-lo jour Mi'ljdil l:m Inn oiiiilil to roiiliilii
llUIIII'l llll-l I l I II"" ONI) ll.ll- III -lOlllll'TII
Hunt
Fresh Baltimore Oystors Recoivod Daily
roil SALE AT WHLOLESALE OK RETAIL.' .
DEAIiEU
MEN'S AND BOY'S
CLOTHING
PUnNISIIINQ GOODS, MOROCCO BAGS, &C,
Is now prepared lo show one of the most su
purb stocks ever offered in this community.
He will not be undersold.
SILK HATS A SPECIALTY!
Gentlemen desiring hats of a precise fit
can have tho measure of their heads take to a
hair, and their head gear made to order in the
latest fashion and finest style.
79 OHIO LEEVE, CAIRO, ILLS.
EDMUND HUflFNER, Proprietor.
JL
54 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
-
This house contains 35 good rooms.
Travelers will always find the best accommo
dations.
A trusty watch for
night.
Delmonico
HOTEL and RESTAURANT
Corner Ohio Levee and Sixth Street,
CAIRO, ILLS.
HARRY WALKER, Proprietor.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
T. B. SULLIVAN,
Pure JO jl
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, &c.
ALSO, A PULL LINE OP
TOILET AXTD GOODS,
1G2 Commercial Avonuo, botwoon Ninth and Tontli Stroetu,
Cairo, Illinois.
Mist i:i,i,m:oi s.
AGENTS WANTED
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Pro. Fowltir'H GrtmtWorli
MANHOOD, WOMANHOOD,
AMI
T1IKIK MUTUAL INTUUOIKLATIONS
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Obstacles to Marriage
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THE MASON & HAMLIN
ORGAN COMPANY
WriNM.II' nl" tlirif IiIkIii-I lii'-il.iU nml ill.
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iiilllriiliii, in-ill Iii" mi iiiiiil Aililio
MASON oc ILAOIUIN UHUAH CO,,
Umlmi, Sir Yoik mi Mwstt.
OF CONFllC'l'IONH IN F.fiYPT,
Ifpl out iiiiiiiiirionl un-lil Al
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IN
PLANTERS'
HOTEL.
trains and boats day and
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
in:,
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
it
THOMAS SPR0AT & SON,
Iu.Ik.iiIp lill, ltil.,11 Umln, u
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIH0, ILLS, ami C0LUMUUS, KY
CAIRO OFFICE i
At Hulun A WIIhuii'i, Coi iirTwlrth 3t.
uml Ulliu Lnvi'e.
Un: Hill iiiii iiii l.r mjkoii llnnitiiliiiiit Hit
"iii.mi, il. l i i .1 1 iik iiili- lull' In- Iii any
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Ini liliiiii'iil limn) ill.i.inif,
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Consumption Cured
I'ii Kniron nr Tin- lli i. i.i tiv
l:n.l.MMI Fltll.MI -Villi Hill lilrunr llll'ullll
jnnr ii'.i.I.ts 1 1 i.i i imif a ii.nlihi'
Cui'o for Consumption
nml nil ill-nnli'M n' ihf I li i out uml J.iniirt, Hint
jli.il. In ll n-f in my iniuiliv, l un fiuni
humlinU nl i ii-.i, uml will K 1 1 -
ONK THOUSAND UOI.I.AKH
fur li i-ii-h il M imi l i,. Hi Imlnil, tuttmiiK
I Hill nml- u kiiiniili' I IIKi; lu auy mulrirr
ii'lilli'..lli).' nn.
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Liiiiiv Hhu 1 1. hiitli-i'lliK IVmn III. o i.(rj ,!
(ililljf l'ullhnilly limm,
im William 61., NurVoik,

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