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;tto( cicii.n.
0, I). Arter.
I W. hti-wttrtr
ARTER & STEWART. r.
(Hnccelor tn I). Allir A i )
GROCERS
Xltl-
Commission Morcliants
Ho. 113 Commercial Avenue,
CAIRO, ILLS.
Bristol & StilweU,
FAMILY
GROCERS
Keep ovcrythitiK portaiuinfr to
tho lino of Utaplo nnu Fancy Gro
sorioH, Woorlonwnro, Vogctablon,
c'ruilo, Sic, &o.
Boanle
Kodflscli,
JU
Irish, ope,
Prest Korn'J Beaf,
Grayam and Millt Krackorz,
Garden & Flour Sccdz,
Stov.'dant, Rrjand and awl kinds
LAMP OHIMNEZ,
Wix & Burncrz,
Power Kalifornya Hunny,
HOPZ, TAX, WAX & SAUZ,
innaicncaDiiKisinetu
FLOWERING BULBS
On Sctlo.
A. ECorso for Salo.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
v.utnrrv moiii:.
New-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
IN TIIE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Close.
Comer 10th St. ami Coninmrctul Av
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. TATIER & CO.
l'.tl.VT A.M OII.S. '
B. F. PARKER,
IHnler In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
333XTSIX3E5SI,
vVall Paper, Window Glasn, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Always on haml, tlic wlrhrotwl llliuiiiimtiuic
AUKOICV OH,
'Bvonn' 33xtXcliu fi-,
Corner ElevontU Street and Wunhlni.
ton Avenue
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
ar. a. jeiuexis,
PROPRIETOR.
BINDER Mi) BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
Bullotin Building, Corner Twolfth Stroot
and Washington Avenue,
0vix-o, Xlliaaois.
Ij-County nml Ihillror.d Woik n iic.l.illy.
v&n ,jrft- iir'
VOL. 7.
i.mi'oit nr.vi.r.its.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WhoteMlo nml U till leuteri hi
Foroign and Doinostio
EiIQTJOSIS
AM)
W I IV KM OP KIXIM,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MIWM'. f.MVTII A 0 have nnlly
n Urse Uxk or tin- UU Kod ' ';
kit, n.l )thf t-ibl altnitiun toll-' 'lil
rincli of Hie Inniiit-M
M'I'I'I.V IIIII'OT.
VALENTINE
Stoaniboat, Hotel
RESCH,
and Family
SUPPLY DEPOT
AND M'.AI.KIt IS
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
POULTRY,
Fish, Eggn, Northorn Butter, &c.
Eighth Street,
Botweon Wanhlnicton and Coinrnorclal
Avenues.
0tlwl il-l tiI fiee of cluirsr.
nATKTo:ti:s.
SAM
WILSON,
Di ai.i n is
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, Sec.
No. 110
OJvJo Xiovoo.
iioti:i.
ST. NICHOLAS
Hotel and Restaurant
No. 122
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Two Joon north ot tin' Culrtj ami Vlnc-inne
ntlliouil il(j.ot.
W2H. WETZEL. Proprietor.
ATlttM V watch Leit tiiyht ami ilay tor
. train, nii'l atfatuboutH
1'ir lAt of ui'ooiniiKxlAtlnii, for tratulent
miit at Two IMIutu ir lUy
ici:.
ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! ! I
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Wlwk-.ilu and lUtad Dealers In
PURE LAEE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE:
At Hulon tfc Wilson's, Corner Twelfth St.
untl Ohio Lovoo.
TK will' nm an Ice wnRon throughout the
YV Smfon, dillu-rintf l-uri) lale lie in any
part of ttii-city at tin- loweM market julro, and
will nlsu furnish iur liintl nillili-the t-ll with
coliy t!i' rake nr car lo.nl, packed in tauiliul
or hlllll'llt to 1111 V (lifl.lIK'l'.
I' ITS.
FITS CURED FREE
ANY n'ron MiDrrliiK from tlii'iiliovi' iIImiih
Id ifiiii liit to uiMiwi Hr I'lln' iiiulu Ilia!
Iiolllc of hi' iiii'illi'liii' Kill ')' lorwanli-il I'lil.K.
l)r I'llti' Is a riwilariihyjician, ami ha iiuuY
tin- tnatiiKiit ol
FITS OR EPILEPSY
a btuily for yt-art, ami In- will warrant a cure hy
till. !. Iif IllK ll-HLIK
Do not fall IowikI to him fur a dial hollh'l It
coU uothiiiL', iimt lie
WILL CURE YOU
v,i nmiii r how lomr htiiiiillnir your ca' may
Ik. or how many utl.tr ii-imitlca nuy liac
'umilaiii ami ti'stlnicnlaUscnt with
FREE TRIAL DOTTLE.
AiMicM
DR.
CHAS. T.
PRICE
New Y'oik.
Di-C.il-tlArvly
E. MAXWELL & CO.
i-Dwilcrs in
RAILWAY MACHINERY Hid 11URNIN0
tlfOILS $
No. 01G North Muin Street
ST. LOUIS, MO.
t3-N. n.43
AOKNTS FOR FREKJH PLUMBAGO OILS
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MARCH 1.1, 1875.
THE NEW ELDORADO.
THE EXPEDITION OF IOWANS TO THE
REGION 01' GOLD.
All Von Ilrn.'lo tin Is la Pull ' Hie
tlrimx nml Minlif HKK'ln trmii llui
ltout,
lK-'!ot torrf "ponilfnic )
Sum x (Hy. Iowm, Jlaroli Tho llrist
of Mnri'lt liiti brought no vlillik- propecL
of iriii; nlUr tho loiijfct untl niot con
IIiiiioim cohl wliitiT known In nortliwi'-l-itii
Inwii for M'Vurnl vir. Mnrcli lim
lntrodiitfil lHTM-ll'tii'ltficr a a orowllng
lion, nor ui it I'titlu liinib, mill of eourMj
a old wititlicr iiro'nollilors won't
llu will how ltu'll nut Iif tllrcc-tly tliu op-
IOlll! 11100(1.
Tlits lively '!ty, liowcvcr, U
not ni'iirly k iiiucIi i;ri'rclM'il in In liow
Mnnli litis nmili' Its iii'nr!ince nor how
It will nml.c its exit. n. ovit tliii loyfnl
ni'WH jitt liroitfiht In lroin tUu pola Kl
ilotwloof the noriliwi'st tin' iilrivnlv fa
inoiM "Illuck ilills" hL'lit hy the- nohlu (?)
nil nianlroin tlH'i'iiiik""tkiiowIutlof'tln5
nioi ilnrin whllf :i(lvftitnrT of this iv
Klon,.is a cniTi'il or holy lanil. anil pt.inl
id hy hint with tin' strletsl nilonttlon,
mill" for many yi.-ars bulluviil hy
.'XploriT'1 to havu InilMildcil In Its
howi ls tin; richest oM ilrposlts of thf
wot hi.
Tin- iicwi was hronht In yo-ti-iilay
noon hv two of yionv City's most ti
(iiMutiif rltl.i'tw. Kph. WltrhcT anil
Toll ii (ionlon the lornicr of whom lias
vcrv klmlly l'Ivimi your cora-'-iionilcnt
tliu" liil'onr.!itl(n of their haznnlous trip
cuiilaliicil in till- li'ttcr. Known to hu
triithl'nl nii'n.aiiil tni'ii not likely to U
unduly cM:lti'il. hut having ooil,i'ool
jiiiU'iMi iit.-, who U'tl this city, In i:oin
jHiuy with "J'j other hravu nien, on (Mo
ler(, to examlni! for Ihuniselvus tin;
Irutlifuliu"". or lal.'lty of the n;torts In re
gard lo Ihe iii;hiie...s of the Nilil-todn.-pild
lli'lil of the llliiel. Illllsaller nvurj c-ven-
trip llf7 ila) over a wild nml tin
tniM-li-il eotuitrj' "1 over W) inlli-s In ex
tent, vit with onl the In-s nfoiie iiian
(a hie.-ioniiiii). on theld diiyoflh--ei-mln-r
I hey arrivnl at the w i-t iide of
the lilaek Hill;', hahijf tniMliil throiili.
orairo", llieni on tliu trail of thea-at
C'u-tiir ' uxp-ditloii, and eaiM:d near
Harney's peak. They only -aw one small
hand of Indian" on the entire route, mid
till- did not make .my attempt to uioli-H
tin-in.
They eauiM-tl on Ihe prairie ovei look
ing the country for a con-ldi-rahle ill
tauce around tlietu, and M-lccti.-d lhliis a
fafe place to make winter quarter. Af
ter re-tin from their loti and tedious
trip for a day or two. they coiuuiunccd
tin-erection i if a etoekade lor tlieir pro
tection. ltwa hullt of io'-i. twelve feet
ahoc ;rouiid and unk thn-e feet into the
earth. " The pans between the los were
hattemil with apliuirs. and pluueil on
with en- plei-H, -o that the wind could
not iienelr.tte. Un the corners were ex
tension, so that any party of everal
could enter and look or thootln thn-e
different direction'.. The .-tockadu was SO
feet square. Thev hullt cabin In-ddo of
this itoekade. which were all completed
and a-ady for occupancy about the mld-
lilo ol .lauuarv.
I'p to this time very little prm-jicetin
for the paeious metal wa done. Mr.
v ilcher .-ay lliey tiroiecieu as uiey
croed the hill, and after
their Journey was completed, they toiiud
;oIii irotu tile yras roots to the rock.
lie j-iiv uteri' can oe no uoiiui nut mere
is ''old and .-liver In the hills In abun
dance, lleal-o av. "People niu.-t not
think thev cull oout tliei-eand lioel it
uji hv the eat t-load ;" that It will take
hard" work as it has done wherever the
nlnr U I'-iinid: that nnv infill, with a
ill-po-ition to pull oil" lit coat, roll up hl-
leeve-, nun to work, win iiiccccu oe
vond a doubt, lie brought In oine ,pe-linen-
of silver ore, ald by old miners to
be very rich. AUo, 'some line jrold,
wa'hed out before the ground ui tro.eu
loo di-eii to work. .Mr. W. and .Mr. G.
left their company with the thermometer
indliytin": 15 ile'rees below zero, and in
the uild-t of t heavy snowstorm. The
success with which they have made tho
trip over a trackless country, during one
of the R-verest winters known In this
country for years, Is ahnot mlraculoti.
They ilid not even have a lln-ier or a loe
iro.en. l ney siarieu nonie, eacu nuin'
a pony, and having oi.e pack pony be
tween them. The.-e have come throu:h
looking quite well.coniderlii"i that at no
lime or place, over which they have trav
Ied, was there !e than 1jc. Inches ot
snow, and In many places It wa belly
deep, they always ha Insr to paw thesiiow
away irotn tno grass to jrei a single mor
sel. sjloux City feel proud of not only
these two of her heroic citizens, who dar
ed face peril, and worse than sword, to
learn the truth, but of the entire bravo
W; and well may the I'ulted .States feel
proud of her adventurers a elass of val
uable citizens who seldom reap the re
ward their hard-blps entitle them to.
The depot platform v.n crowded with
Sioux Cltv'.s best citizens, to tvo the
men a hearty reception on their arrival.
The cniriuo of the Dakota Southern rail
ro.ul. on which the bovs rode from
Vauktou, D. T., was beautifully and
bounteously decked with American llatr.,
tloathig proudly to the breeze. A the
weather-beaten boys stepped down from
the engine with their guns and accoutre
ments In their hand, cheer alter cheer
tent the still, cold air, and a block away
tlie (.pound cannon re-echoed the glad
news of dl-covery heavenward.
Tears of Joy rolled dowuyoiuig AVltch
er'b face a'lic shook the hand of father,
mother, and sister, and many friends
wlio bad shook his hands only live
months before, as they nil thought per
haps tor the hi"t time this sldeot heaven.
The pontes were put in a special ear and
broii'dit from Yankton free of charge,
and many followed tho-e ponies to their
stall as hill of curlo-lty almost as at the
slglit of their inaler.s, whom they had.o
faithfully borne through cold, snow, and
storm for the last l!5ilay.
Sow that gold Is touud without ndonbt
ni the lilaek hill, the truvornmcut should
adopt foino means to Imvo them opened
to tliu nubile, ami I trust the VYmm, ever
touud hattllugforndvnnecmuiit ami right,
will tise Its potent powers In that direc
tion. Tit.vvni.im.
o
A Historic Ineiili'iU lleiirlilK on I lie
lleeelier fuse.
Prom tin- New York Sun J
-Mr. Tracy's comuieutson .Mr. llecch
er's letters are Ingenious and plausible.
In the abundance of Illustration with
which the opening argument for the de
lense abounds we wonder that a well
known Incident, in French history was
not referred to. It lias been contended
that the contrition and remorse exiireAseil
In .Mr. HcecluT'sleltcrsiu-oultngetlicrills-pt'oportloncil
to the causes nlgned for
them In his statement before tliu church
committee. His poltlon, Piibtantlnlly,
was that he had been inMcd In regard to
e.Tlalit conduct or his Irtcnd, .Mr. Tllton,
nml, under inIeoiiceptlon. had greatly
Injured him In lib' buslnc?. Not old V
tlil. but he had hllndlv ami
heedles'ly pursued a eour-e " which
had fastened on hiuisell the
supa-ine affections of Mrs. Tllton.
When brought to ii realization or these
two great error, or .ln. bis compunc
tious vls tlnirs knew no hound. sav
that I'reneh history aH'onls a parallel c;t?e,
or u ease In which a eaui' shulliar to one
of thfc wrought n llkeetleet; nml we are
rather surprised that It had not recurred
lo tliu recollection of so i lpe a scholar iw
-Mr.Tntov.
J.oul'cde I.a layette was one of the
maids of honor to Anne ot Au.tt l.i, w ife
of Louis XIII of I'rauee. sh,. was a
young woman w ho had pa,sed many
ywirs In a conviiit, nml was de.erll.nl ns
sincere It) her pletV,' ami '.-o devoid of
malice that It nelually i mined her lo be
uiailencqualnteil with Inefaiiltsofothers.'
In the simplicity of her soul she had long
cultivated an Innocent intimacy with (lie
King, when, ofn sudden, on the receipt
of a long letter from him, she was thun
derstruck by llr.-t uuilerslaiiilliig Hie na
ture of hl love for her, ami of Its Inter-(ereiici-
with hi ilulv to the (jttceii. She
wn overwhelmed with remorse, nml Im
mediately repaired to a convent and took
the white Mil. Here she held a
llnal Interview with tho King,
convering with hliu through
double bar, and some of the language
which she nddre-el lo him on this occa
sion a-uiiiidsonc of theexpres-ions of.Mr.
Keechcr's letters.
"The sin," said she, "for w hich I feel
most poignant sorrow, tin: sin which
year, nay. a life of expiation, cannot
wipe out, Mhat I hae, by my telll-h,
my miserable attachment, allciialed you
fioin the (Jin-en. Ala, alas ! 1 have sin
ned almo-t beyond forgiveness ;' and
for a while he broke Into pa-lonatesob,
w hich all her self-couiinand could not re
strain. ". she spoke," say the chronicler of
this la-t parting Interview, "her sweet
gray eye turned toward heaven, her
countenance was trantlgured a- In an
ecstasy; nn saint .-tamling within a sculp
tured shrlue could bo more pun.-, more
liolv."
A riliislrlnii 111 1 1 ii i; London.
Kiuin n I.'iinlon Letter
For some time p.i.t we have been
aniu-ed In I.ouil.in by the pnsence : 1 1
Ingenuity of two rival conjurers Dr.
I .vim ami Mr. M.i'ki lytic. They outdid
one another in marvels, and ate ibuiiil to
oceiuiv room side bv "Me at the KgV'i
tlau I fall, in I'iecadifly. When one pro
duced a box ti iek the other came out
with a ba-kct trick. When one expo-eil
the Davenjtort lirotlmr.. tho other tldl
enled the pretentions or Miss Kv.-i l'nv.
At last Dr. I.ynn ikiiiiu out w Ith a clever
but gha.tly trick ot cutting a
man's head oil". Hut .Mr. .Mn
kelyne, not to be K-atcii, ha in
vented a mechanical contrivance, called
Psycho, which U a nuirvel among auto
mata, and already the talk of all London,
l'sycho Is a human tlguru resting nn a
siiiiare box or cne. lltenillv illlisl with
clockwork and elaborate machinery, ami
this ease, with the dummy llgtire or doll
retluyr upon It, Is placed on a glass
cvllndcr In the centre of the singe. It is
absolutely Impossible that a man can be
coueeaiiil miner ine ngure to work It, ns
was tliu case Willi tne once celeiirated au
tomatte cliess-plhver. The box under
I'syeho Is cxtreuiely small.aml completely
tilled with machinery of an elaborate
kind. llu: nt "the command ol
.Mr. Maskelyne, l'.-ycho adds
ll'Mires together, multhille-, subtracts.
and performs various atoundliig feats In
menial nritiimetie. net alo atilc to
tell what eartls have been siibMraetcil
from a pack by several people in the au
dience. Hut the most marvelous trick
performed by 1'syelio con-iM-ot'lil play
ing a hand at whist with three gentle
men selected front the audience. When
the cards are dealt, l'sycho'-, cards are
arranged in front of hlui. on a -einiclreu-lar
frame. The cirds piayed are called
out by Mr. .Ma-ki-lyne. nml,
when l'sycho's turn collie's to
play, the llgutc look wie,
turns hi head, puts out ids
hand, and selects the ncccsf.iry caul, lie
plays an excelled! game, never revokes
or makes a mistake, and the feat N re
warded with the most unbounded ap
plause. Mechanicians are wild about the
dleovery, which rellccts great credit on
the Ingenious skill ol the Inventor, l'sy
cho wa llr-t introduced down at San
driugham. by express order and com
mand of II. IS. 11. the I'rince of Wale,
who, by I hr way, wa prevented from
iinying Ills tlr.st vl-it to Mr. Irving' Ham
let nt the Lyceum lat evening, owing to
the sad and serious illness of his young
est brother, the Prince l.iopold.
Dteil SuiUleiily il' llt-nrl Dlseiise.
How eoinmou U the tiiinouni'cineiit.
TlifiU"aiul;arQBiidilunly .wupt into eternity
hv this filial maliuly. This din nu (.'uner
nlly lin lis origin In linpuro niood tilled with
lnltatliif,', pjlhonm- material, wlileln cir
culating tUroiiu'a tlio heart, irrlratc it deli
rato tlue. Tlioii:h the irnlatlon may at
llrst be only slight, prniliii-nu a lit lo p dpi
patlon or Irronilaraitlon, or dull, heavy, or
shsrp.dtrtlng pains; yet by .in-l li' the ills
omu liccom s llrinly sciiU'il. an -I lnllanima
tlon or liypertiopliy, or tli ckenlng of die
lining niembraiie or ot tin- valve Is pro
duced. 1 low w lie to give un oirly atten
tion to n case of till k I it it. I nnaturai or
,liiil.tklnt ii.it.. it. .1... ... Inn nt tliu lipnrt
ill uisli mid that all I not rlplit,
ami II you voiild prrservu it from further
d-sMis , you uiilKt help It t' beat rightly by
tint liso ol siii-h -i reiiii-Uyas wilt remove tho
e use ol Ilia iro.nle. l.'so Dr. Pn roc's
(io'tloii Mi'dlcul Disc ivrry beforo tliu il's
ease has becmilH too soa'cd, nil I it will, by
Us Br. at blind purifying and woiucrlul
ri-irnlatliiLMiroiieriics, oil tut a perfect cine.
i Itconialiisineilleal (iinlltles tliatint kpoe-
Illejlly upeu Hie tbiiis orttio lieiri, iiring
im; about a hoaltliy action. Hold by all
lr.it-L-.isi iMigu'isK
llKAIt T DISK A ,S' CVIUUh
ltocui-our.Sinno rCo.,Tnd., l'ob. 1st, '71.
Dr. It. V. PlKltCK, llullalo, N. Y. :
About two youih no 1 wbs nlllleletl with
a disease ot tin lieut, which at time crea
ted a prorsiit'o around It, almost causing
suil 'eatlnn. I "iw an ailvortlicnimit ot
vour (luMcn Medic d Dltcorory, roeom.
inon. lug tliu amo ns a curt) for tlio tllscaso
oftlin la-art. I tLon bought hair a dozen
buithu of it, and titer iiflng three bottlus 1
was entirely relieved and am how enjoying
good health. (Irati-luUy yours.
VlTL'S hlLI.IAN.
EGGS FOR HATCHING
I'miii tin- following viuli-tlcj of I'nii: Ilium
Kow i.s
At fri I'er Doen,
Duik nii'l M.'lit Ilrulintist Hull' mid 1'urliMiti
l.'nclilll llinttlliiliil Willie I.i'jjlioiiij) lluiiiUns
nml Silver ilivyliorMiips. ,
I warrant nm-.tttll "f '--nit tliizi-n Kkk to
Hatch, ll'llit-y iln not 1 will iiiiI.ku tlu-m ut u
iinlaiuTiloii'ii.
Sunt t.niili for ilii-uliir. ........
AiMrci, ISAAC 1AMIK.
Maillioio. Stin U County, Ohio,
At a-ii-wot
Wli. GLENN &SONS.
Head-Quarters for G-roceries !
IMMENSE STOCK ! (Ill EAT VARlETVi! L0r IMIU'ES!
COFFEE Rio, Lapiayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR New Orleans, Hard and Soft Refined.
SYRUP New Orleans and Eastern.
xiiiiis, TUiiAUUOS, and CIGARS.
Finest Assortment in the West
Commission Mercliants,
AMI DliAI.KIt.H IN
Provisions,MomGrain, Seeds, DriedFruit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
68, 70, and 72 Vine Street, CINCINNATI.
'O.M.IINSION MIIItfllAXTH.
C. CLOSE,
Ui-m-nil-
Commission Merchant
ANI) OC.U.I.Il IN
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Under Cltr Nntioual BnnU. 1
Wll.I.nll Inr.ir-loTllotintin.ni-.ifiictiini-s ,
prill, willing Fni.lit
WOOD
iuiimuuon
AjMD BRO. ,
FLOUR AND GENERAL
Commission Merchants
No.' 138,
OHIO LEVEE.
JOHN B. PHILLIS I
AND SON,
(Succrmnrii to ,101111 11 l'lilllla)
PORWA11DING
ANH-r
Commission Merchants
Ami Dealent in
IIAY, ORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agents for LAFLIN & RAND POWDER CO
ICoruor Tenth Stroot nml Ohio
Lovoo.
7., 1). Matliuts. K. C. Ulil.
MATHUSS Sc UHL,
FORWAHDINO
Ami Gem-rat
Commission Merchants
Dciilom In
FLOUR, GRAIN, IIAY AND
PRODUCE,
GL Oliio Lovoo.
12. J. Ayrea. S I). Arn.
AYRES &'CO
And Kcntral
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
"The Best Thing in tho West."
, Topeh I Mi Fee E. E.
Xj jQl. "N 3D JS
IN KANSAS.
3,000.000 ACRES
ortlii'lHst running awl AKrictiuiinu uinu in
Aimririt, sltiuliil In nml nnir the IhiiiUiIiiI
l.oltonwiioii nnu limit .umiiu.h vaiii-j, mo
Kimli-uuf tliu VVt-t, on
1 1 Years' Ciodtt, with 7 par oont. Inter
eit, nml 20 por cont, Dlacouni
lor Improvements.
i' a it i: it i: r v . i i: i
To imii-liiui-rjjtif IjiihI.
tCJ-Cln-ularii, wilh niup, idvluK ftill liifiirnia
,!,. t, tli,. A'WAN. JOlwox,
ActiuK Luml Conuulsjlomi', TnK'ku, Kan
:is. lili .7-vviliu.
Tim .MASON X llA.MLIN
ORGAN COMPANY
"TTTINXKItS nfthini lilRlu-t ineilid.s nml dl-
VV ..I f 1....... ... VI....... IsT-l
I'iiiU, In;7, now uirrr tne llui'at iissiii'lim-nt nl
i thuU-st t-iiliiui't iii'iraini In tliu world, ini-liiiliiiK
new ulyleit with rti-eiit Imiirovi-iueiiU not only
I'Xi-lietlM'ly lor ivisli, iu formerly, lull ttlso on
! new ) ilit iih f eiy iiuymi-uU, llu- inot llniiniulo
' m-r oin-riil OiKutii ivnliil willi ttrlvlh'Kf "I
, liiiiiluiM', to iiliiut uiiy iuit of tliu wnuttry,
V-iv.t mi, m.tiit !H1 in Imwtiiili.
Illustrated calnlumii-J uml i-u-ii1aih. with full
luirtli'ulitri, Hunt fiir on iviiiunt. Aililu-m
MASON & HAMLIN OROAN CO.,
lloatun, .now Voik orClilraxo
NO. 69.
j KOBBIHS'
Mm BA2ABI
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO' ILL
-7ZG1 $:iiL?Z.--
)
$ V,
' - J" S."
I Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
musical merchandise op
I EVERY DESCIUl'TION.
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Reputation.
I AckliDUKilnl liyall piqil .Mitslcliiiii to In- llu
t U-t 1'i.iiin now iiuilc.
1 TIIE GREAT UNION PIaNO,
' Of which wo have sol:! over I'M during
twelve yean pa-t, becoming uioro nml more
popular every uay.
SMITH'S AM EMC AN OIUIAN,
Hplondld tone. Power nml Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A vcrv lino Instrument, adapted to lustril
m.ntal as well as vocal uiulc.
Ai.i, tiii: aimjvi: aim: okkl-iiki) o.v
Ksy .Monthly Payments, at low tlsurcs
regardless of l.!t Prices.
SHEET IUIUS1G
In great variety, Injlmllir.- all tlio new
ami poiuil.ir niusle ol tho day.
Orders from the Country
promptly till' d nml sent
hy matt.
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS,
ACCORDEONS, CLARINETS
FLUTES,
PICOLOS,
TAnlBORINES
FUKNCll lIAltl'rf, KTC, KTC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
I-'urrl"lieil to Order.
STRINGS FOR VIOLINS, OTIITARS, ETC.
Ol the llct Quality.
Classical Studios anil Exercises
Of all grade for I'lano or Voice.
iC3Tl2very di-crIitlon of .Miislc.il .Mer-i-liamllso
liirulsliud to oritur, promptly and
at price lower than ever offered before.
I.I2NCV ALSO 01'
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Cilulouu and l'rlco
l.lt of these boaiiiiful groupc.
All Qoods Warranted at Itcprcscntcd.
' ROBBIHS' MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo, Illinois.
m.Ai, t:.sT.iTi; Aii:.r .
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
Real Estate
AM)
IHIOTTSIE -.C3-Bira?3
COLLECTORS,
CONVEYANCERS. NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Au-onU of tho Illinois Central and
BurlinKton anil UUniy II. It,
Comranluu,
North Cur. Sixth anil Ohio Lovoo,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
HENRY BREIHAN,
Oliio Xiovoo,
Dot, Second and Fourth Stvoots,
W'liiiUviile mid Iti-tall lliiili i-Iu
Milwaoalsoo Boor,
Berliner Weiss Beer,
Bottled Ale,
Sweet Cidor,
Soltzor and Soda Wator, Etc.
t3-Alwayn Imu i heavy to W on tmiul, and
l luvitniil to lmiil.li Hill ui'l'liea ou vry lioit
iiiillii-, ut tliu loui-Ht rnCe. .....
Semi In yonronluM. IviJ-llii
yy-rLMAM n. smith, si. d.
UKIiniJXCB! VoarThltnnul, street, h.
tiri-cn Washington avenue and W uiut etrct
OFFICK. North Mdtf iif liiKhth 'rt:l tic
tweon Cotnmerctnl and Washington nvemic
Q W. DUNNINO, SI. D.
triiunl'NCI': Conicr fl1111' Wnlnnt
OKflt'K. Corner Sixth itrcct and Ohio It-.
omci: IIOt.lt.-i. rruiiiCa.m, tolJm , nml
.ruin -1 to 8 ) in
jjn. W. BLAUW,
Gorman Physician.
OKFICK: IlmV-r's Hlk, (np-stIri) , corner
Kljtlilh (trert and W'oshliiRton ntenne
TAW'YritN. "
J OHn"h .' JUJLKJK
Attorney nt Lnir.
CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
Ol'flCE: KIglitli Street, between Commer
cial nml Vn-hitifiloti nirntiM,
jAMUEL P, WIIEELER,
Attorney ut Iiiuv.
OFFICII: Ohio Iver, ovi-r room formerly
oci'iiiiletl by First National Hank,
CAIItO. ILLINOIS.
QRKEH & OH.TJEIIT,
AttoritcyN and CounsolorN
at liiuv.
OFFK'K Ohio Ijvii-, nonu 7 and 8 over
City National Rink,
William K tireen, )
Willi. m, UllU-rt, CAIItO ILLINOIS.
CO.f)irrlal attention plvm to Admiralty and
3teuinlont liiulnexa.
Misti:i,i,.v.M:oi .s.
ovit
Illustrated Catalogues
roR 1875 op
EVERYTHING
FOIt TIIE
GARDEN!
( Seeds! Plants! )
Uraplcmcnts, Fertilizers, etc.
Nnmhrrlnc lTSpnffea anil containing live
IrauHfulcototwi plattf, mailed on receipt
of U) cents.
Catalogue, without plates, fret to aU.
35 Cortlandb St.,
NEW YORK.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
t)flei.ln
XjTJ-IVCBH-R,
All Llmliij lianl and loft,) 0
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &0
Mill, nu.il Ynnl,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Strcot and
UillO J-iOVOO.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionablo Barber
AMD
riAIIX 3DZX03SI332XI,
EIGI1TII STREET.
Botweon Waohlimton and Commeiilul
Avonuon.
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
Wiloox's 23 looli,
Comer Poplar and Hluveutll Streets.
Wsynighoat Cash Prieo paid for
Ilogu unci Cnttlo.
IXSI'llA.Nt'i:.
C. N. HUGHES,
lientrat
Insurance Agent.
OFFICE:
OUZO Xj 33 XT 33 13.
Over Mathnii & Uhl'i.
NON'12 but Flrnt'Cliiii Comianlct rei're
vnliil
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1858.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
tli-ncnil
Insurance Agents,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Sank Building, up-iUlri.
Tho OUltatHataUlahed Agonoy tn South
rn Illinois, ropreBontlucr ovnr
805 000,000.

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