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UlMH'r.UIUN.
I) Alter
.1 W Siiml
ARTER & STEWART.
(Sncceiorn tu 1 Aitr A ( .
GROCERS
-iSIl-
Commission Merchants
No, 1 lil Comniorclal Avenuo,
CAIltO, ILLS.
Bristol & Stilwell,
FAMILY
Kcop
ovorvthinr; nortnininc
1110 lino 01 stnpio una Fancy
Gro-
ocrios, Woodcnwaro, Vegetables,
fruits, &o., etc.
mm
1 4
Boanless Koclfisch,
Irish. 13 ope,
Prcst Korn'J Boaf,
Grayam and Milk Krackerz,
Garden & Flour Seedz,
Stcwdant, Rgand and awl kinds
LAMP CHIMNEZ,
Wix & Burnerz,
Hewer Kalifornya Hunny,
HOPZ, TAX, WAX & SAUZ,
FLOWERING BULBS
Oxtl f&zxLc
A I-Iorso for Sale.
, jtagaira.'TJi.aersmajrtatsaigTJici
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
l.utiirrv si (i in:.
New-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Iill'SC3t
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE 'CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Clone.
Cornor 10th St. and Coramurcuil Av
CAIKO. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
lMIMT ANI OILS.
B. F. PARKER,
Dealer In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
BRUSHES,
iVnll Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, Sic.
Always oil liaml, till' celrljnitiil llhiminatlnB
AUKOIM OH,.
Bi'omib' 33uiXclins,
Corner Eleventh Street and Washing.
ton Avonuo
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
J. O. XITTiaXjS,
rilOPRIETOK.
HINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
Bulletin IJulldlnir, Corner Twelfth Street
and WashinEton Avenue,
Oftiro, Illlxxoiw.
O'Couiity nml Itnllrond W'oil. n upccl.illy
, s
10
i.uit'ou ih'.am:iih.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wliole-ule nml lliluil IMilrrA In
Forcij;n and Doinostic
No. CO Ohio Levoc,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MKSSIf". S.MYHI A CO. lMe willy
n 1min- Hock "f I'"-1 "' '"'
kit, uiic1(.'1iticIj1 attention tljlli l.h Ml
runeli of the IhhIiim
I sri'i'i.Y ni:roi'.
VALENTINE RESCH,
Steamboat, Hotel and Family
SUPPLY DEPOT
a vti nuar.it 11
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
POULTRY,
Fish, Eggs, Northern Huttor, &c.
Eighth Street,
Between Wushlnuton and Commercial
Avonuus.
Er-lioods dl ! free afrliarsp.
no.vrs'i'oitiis.
SAM WILSON,
UKALLU If
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, 6lo.
No. 110
Ollio Xioxroo.
iioti:i.s.
ST. NICHOLAS
Hotel and Restaurant
No. 122
COSIMEllCIAL AVENUE
Two ilofH north of llw ''iro and Vlnwiuiej
nillrond (!il.
WM. WETZEL, Pioprletor.
A Tl! IT-TV w-at. Ii left tujrlit and ilay for
J.V tmliu and tmiiilMt.
Tiie lx-t of nfoniiii'xltioti for transit nt
trmnti nt Two Dnllan i-r ly.
in:.
ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! ! !
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Wln.WU ami l! mil Healers In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILL3. and COLUMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE:
At Hulen & Wilson's. CornerTwoIfth St.
anil uuio i.ovoe.
wiU'nm 1111 I it wiison lliroiiRlioiit Hie
muiiii. Uillvirlns iiuru Mkv ico lit any
imrtot llii-clly at tin- lo-t iivukit iim, mi' I
will iiNomrnUli ourfilvmU ont-liU- tin-city wllli
ri'liytlid rakt or car lo:ul, (LiPknl in iowiliit
or flilimu nt In n 11 V ilUt.1111 r.
1 IT.s.
FITS CURED FREE
ANY iwrnn nilTirlnK lioiii tln-nliow illoiue
I iiiintiil to niilif Hr rrli'Hninlii lilul
boltli'ot hlx innlldm' will U rorwiihll FIIIIK
l)r I'llrc Is 11 u-
;iil.irili)elcliin, :uul Iiim nude
Ilie licntim lit nt
FITS OR EPILEPSY
u utiiily for year, ami liu will wntrant a cure by
Ihell.-ffir lii imiciy
Do lint I'.ill to ti'iiil to liim font lilul botllt-i
costt notliiiii ami lie
WILL CURE YOU
vn in inn- liow loni: flniiillni voui' rao ituiy
l.f. or liow many ulhev nniflU'4 may hair
l.llisl
( liriil.us una ii'iumciiiiiiiii Mini
FREE TRIAL DOTTLE.
Addtvin
DR.
CHAS. T.
PRICE
Jm'W Yolk.
uvO.'il.ilAwly
E. MAXWELL & CO.
Delhi In
RAILWAY MACHINERY and BURNING
TjCiOILS'r
No. 010 North Main Stroot
ST. LOUIS, .MO.
AGENTS FOR FREV7U PLUMBAGO OILS
OtHco, DMllotln. 23illAlivcr C;ra.or Xxrlftli. Ctroot a.n.4.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, MARU L 18, J 875.
e$hc u!lcttn;
BOSS SHEBHEHD AND BABC0"CK
Till Jli'H Who Have llio Urruti Hl
II it !' Uxt lri-lili'iil OiMiil.
In
(llimluii llfniM'Waliliiloti tvttrr )
Tlio two inuti ulio have broil more In
lliii'tiilal Hum imylioily N; Willi (Irani
"lure Hauling illi'ij.iiri'di'iifriil l!:ilif't'k,
III M'cri-tary (n-inititl to lit' worth u mil
lion of iloilur", nml tin' )!iiiiii r of llio
riflilriil hi vunoii- tlnaiK-hilopeintloiiM,)
anil llo-n siioiiht ril. The luttcr lia Ik-imi
liir Hit.- piikt two j wir- a iiat tli'itl.ir lavor
lic, nml if tin; 'ui-ml htMory oi tin- lillu
Hoiimj l onlil lie tulil. II would prolialjly
HlijK'ur that (irant ha i;mvtl moic lor
hnn M'ionally tlnm lor tiny man in the
country. ot only did hi j;rcat i xicit
live power and the r.iiiilttu- of liN
."(jIkjiiid oi local Imiirovcinoiits liniri-s
Ihu I'ruUli'iil very lavot-.thly, hut he wut
-ochilly very aecfitahli; tortile I'lvident.
When'thu ili-lnet rln liryku flwwu, ,tjie
IVe-ldeiil' fyuipjlhlei were vilh filnn
lienl o complelcly that ho lii-ciitni; tfioie
Iriendly to him than ever. Indird he
inade "sliepliciil'i ci-c hi own, ami lie-I'rii-ndeil
him In every po ihle muiiuer,
i:eil npjioiulin htm one of the lieu
hoard oi coiimiiitlouer. Iat fpriii,wheii
the lM-trict pivernmi'tit hud lieeii li'lla
tetl out of cM-tenec.
It hat heen evident all aloiiK that, how
ever odioil .'iheplieril miKht have heeome
out-lde of Wu-hliitou, the rreIdenf
regard lor him .i tmdlinlnl-lied. It I
true he failed to uv Mr. .Mullet, hilt
then .Mullet wa not very nnxluti lo re
main in olllee, and llrMow was very em
phatic, lieili"; o poweillil us he 1-, ll was
not traue tliat .Mr. Towel lay Ion
i-liould liaeeulirte(l hi aid In behalf of
hi .-inking polltluil fortune, llowreadv
the 1'ie-klfiit Mill 1 lo iilillire him the
country has -ei'ii. It .'H'in- we have a
I're-ldeiit who I ever ready to-luliiiv
liiui-elflo oblige u friend. Mullitlcalioii
tin: only wotd whleh completely tic
erih."! Ilie'aetioiinf the Trc-ideiit in tlii
it -e, and llieiv I no doiiht that Ilie ex
piimaliou I a corn'ct one : far a- It 'oe-.
1'he Ark:iu-n me-iw w:i written at
(lie re que-l of Mr. Mieplieril. It would
be lortiiualc fur (ieueral Orant and for
the country If till- fetrahcatid coutradie.
tory coiniuunli'iilioii to the heiiatc were
imply a Irenk of the l're.-Ulciili.il mind,
and il there were not too uiatiy ludliitlou
1 1 tut hel pur-uinnliueo) policy wliieli
umilc it only too wy forhlui to conform
to the reipie.-t of .Shepherd :iud lor-ey in
till ci-c.
'rherc l every rea-oii to believe that
firant i now llteuiiiir to more tcclles
and violent counsel- ihan have ever licen
linnred Into hi ear in the pa-t year- of
hi iidmini-tration : that the nnmlx r of
bad men, extreme men, ile.-K?rate men
around him is con-tantlj lncrcaln', nnd
the liuiulier ot decent, wi-e and lione-t
adUer eon-tantly jrrowln piualler.
Home of the wort men' of the parly, a
old newspaper reader lnow, liave " lon
lf i) very mueli at home at tliu U'hlto
Iloui-r. The ntinibir, or tiie proportion,
of Mich I believe to be incrcaMn. It U
not neec-ary to beat iilioitt the lui-h to
discover why this i- po. There may be
innocent nml tru-tlu patriotn In the rural
di-trict who still believe that General
Grant 1 determined to be :i.m1ii a candi
date forlhePre-ldeiier. It I noteworthy
that lheoucllon ot whether hu I- de-lr-
on ol a m.xoihI riM'Ictiiou, which wa
lalelv i 'enei.ill di-cii ed in the new
intier-. lias ahnot ci-.i-ed to be a topic of
remark.. Very Utile is aid about it here
now. and the rca- m I that It ha become
i M ttled conviction In I lie mluil ot all. or
nearly all. that Grant Is bent on a third
term."
A DEAD HEAD RIDE.
l'lnee riionsiillil .'I lies in ti Hearse
One Wny lo o to 4'nlllornlit.
( Kr. mi Hit- li.iV.lnii ITriliunt:'
A few dav. niro a heare arrived from
iioehc-ter. New Vork. coli'l-'iied to
Ha-lenlay & .Moi'rau of tlii city. The
heare was tniuported from the .-hop In
Koclie-ter, without clianirlii'' ears irom
the tiat on whlcii it wa originally placed.
liclorc -hniment Ihemauulacliircrspliieed
a lar-e box over It to protect It from the
wealhcr. 1 heliox rc-tcd on the axle.
in-iile (lie wheel-. IieiliL' lonir enoti'di to
(.Mend from the rear over the da-h-boaril
ill front. Owlny to Ihe cou-tntctiotl of
tiie driver's .eat on I liu hear-e. the cor
ners of the box extended for oiioii'-li to
allow room for the body ofyi man to pa"
Detwccu ilie pox at that oini. ami tue
liear-e. The iront and rearol tiie vehicle
U -0 con-trncted a to swinjf open, and
thereby hmi tho tale. This was no
ticed by omc one who, without the fear
of the railroad coinpanlc. -ilcntly con
temiilatcd liow cay it would lie to save a
lew dollars and we Ihe country where
slawberric tfrcw as Inrjro ns hen's t-s
all the year round. This unknown one
devoured Willi caereycstlie place where
he mlht recline iindi-lnrltcd, nnd then
pounced oil' to lay in n stock ol provi.
sion. Tlic-e he procured, and silently
poked through the caIty between tlTo
liear-e and the box. after which ho lol
lowed with dncdelitieratinn. Once within
the wooden H'Piilelirc, he walled ft sninr
of pr.il-o, for Iherc rcpoM'd a Iar";e liox)
knell as arc u-cd lo Incase colliu) tilled
with sllvcr-plaled casket ornumenls, etc..
which had been packed In straw ami
shaving, a ai-o the cat cn-liions.
Alter nrrano;!nr his corned beef. brMd,
sardines, hermetically pealed cabbage,
and tobacco, he deranged Ihe ornaments
in the box Mi as lo leave a nice pince in
the centre for him to rcpo-c in. And
then, after taklii',' a drink and a chew of
tobacco, he reclined iiiuld the straw and
line -havlur. With a dejrrco of caution
that Is commendable, he lued to jti'.l out
at night occiiilonally w hen the train Mop
pud at a station, ami having Micnrcdfrish
fodder to line his gastric vacuum, return
to lils. combination boudoir, dining ami
sleeping apartment, with an abiding faith
In the absolute goo.lness of railroad as a
means of quid travel. As was seen In
itio remnants of liauis, skins ami bread
IcIV in Ids lodging, his appetite remained
Mib.Mautlal throughout the. journey ; hill
hi mulabli) weakness seems to have been
in lining the glas wall of Ids sanctum
with tobacco Juice. A highly-colored
short temmcd ehiv nlim found In iiiiowir-
ner gave prool that It wai not allowed to
rii-t witli inactivity, nnd told how- vaca
tion belwceii meals was tomellniu,
pa-cd. To wind up, the uukuow'u Is
supposed to have managed hi ca-o phi
losophically. He made no uiiuece-ary
trouble, and if hu had cleaned out Id's
crib before vacating few would have been
Ilie wl-cr.
Amlrrw JolmvuiiN Otnlloii.
,St. I.ouls Dixpaieh special: Senator
Andiow.IoliiHon's return lo Washington
may bo likened unto nothing else. aoiiu
oviillon. Ills most etithii'laMle luhnlrcrs
mid friends cem to lie thr women. Hon;
(liiclsnri! fihowereil upon him, n crowd Is
always about blm. his rooms areltllor
people, and he ha a Kind and lileafntit
word for evervhoch . lie won't he Inter-
vie weil, however. IIcki.vs the time lias
1 not M l come for much talk. Till nesslou
I .T.. i. I .t.....t.. ..il.l f.i ll r...
l in ue' .eirnr i- miimii -h" ,w. uirtim.
llnnalloii ofexeeiillM- business, and not,
(o li 'dilalp or map out pollele. When I
the time come the I inocriille party will
be equal lo nil cnu'rp'nele.. It was tl.o
only parly that ever iliil imiier'tmid the
country, or that ever cniild govern
it lioneMly mill constitutional
ly. When the people get o
wtlhed down with luxes that they can
nam ely brealhe mid that time Is pretty
nearly lure tiny will conic hack (if
tli M'lvc, and in a inlliiy nnis. The
lEadlcnl party Is pone. It stole loo much,
nnd made too many niiMake. I (e-criers
from Democracy, tviiciradc. old pro-tla-verv
moboerat and ahtl-lrec peech peo
pleVot hold of It and drove out all lis
li He and houet founder. It' jroii" be
youil nil Ihe powi.T of the rciiirrcctlonlM.
1'hl Is ihe way Andy talk in hi mo
ment of relaxation. There is a rut
mnoiint of vitalil valid .i'I'ci-1tcu(' In
him. lie is pl.iyfiiL' ilcail miiu for the
Deuiocratle rrcil(lenlial uoiulnallon of
1S7U. Ho Iielieve he I Ihe lronget
man In hl patty. He will act .so as" to
lake a ninny trick a po!ble lietween
now mid the day of the nomluatitie; con
vention. rinlour.iilis urn I.ilirnry UchIs Itc
'itlliiK it .Spirit l ure.
(from II. r MIIhiiiiIsH' -tnllnil
There me two library de-k-ln theshow
room of Miitlhews Itros. which have
liecti repeatedly photogriiphed, mid no
matter in what light, or from what point
of view the photographs have been taken,
there I aiwajs on the leit hand gla
pane of the left hand book shell (sur
mounting the tlc-M what a cplrittiali-t
would call a spli it picture. The shelv
ing, which III other patt of tho dek
comes out with tolerable dl-tluctlie-, I
here dim and shadowy, mid on the side
where according to the -ludlght us
thrown on the part of the furniture
tin; -hade oi glil to Ih! some
thing light mid gauv, like
line white garment or bcifeiothiiig.
is thrown into relief the graceful head oi
a female, llnl-hliig oil' the picture. It 1
the body covctlngs that are brought into
tiie strong light. The head I In shadow,
ami fades lulu Indi-tiuctne-, but the
parting of the hair, the eyebrows, and
outline ot the uoe and mouth are plain
ly vi'iblc. The under part ol the clihi 1
in deep -bade, n- the picture of a natural
ier-ou would be. The female might be
Itnairini' 1 to lie a eorp-e in neighbor
Grilllu'- store, licniitllully laid out hi a
ca-l.et. the head being Jn-t a!out thataii
L'le with the body of a per-on reclining
on the bark, with n pillow under the
head. The picture I a curloii one. mid
has been handed around considerably
ainoiii.' citicii'! of an IiiquMtlvc turn of
inlnil.
A ml Case of Hiiieltlc.
IM.ii'Oii, .lotinml )
MU Allie I.ou, daughter of Mr. S. A.
Atkinson, of New Vork city, lias been on
a vl-lt to her relative, Mr. A. Atkinson of
thl-city, for the last four inoullis. Her
visit South was for the purpo-c ol restor
ing her health, having ily-pepla, and pre
dis position ta consumption. No sooner
had he arrived bete than she became
very depondent. exprchig a de-Ire to
return home. Iler relatives iispig every
mean to uiiike her i-it plcaraut mid
agreeable, the de.-pondency of MI- I.ou
giiidually gave way to more buoyant
hoH-. I'.nl on Thursday morning," ihe
ttli ln-1. -lie awoke at an early hour,
seeming very much depressed. She arose,
ami without die lug, went Into an ad
joining room occupied by a voting lady
cousin, and layingdown'bel((elier, a-ked
the question, "If you were
going to commit si'delde, how
would you ucfnnipll-h the deed,
by culling your throat or shooting
ybur-ell"?'' Her cnitilu' reply wa tiiat
he would prefer the latter. The conver
sation turned upon other matters, and
nothing more was said upon the subject.
Miss I.ou getting up and going Into an
other room, in a few seconds the report
of a pitol was distinctly heard prom-ding
from tiie room which she hail -ought
the moment before. At lid- ihe family
battened into Ilie room, mid to their hor
ror found that tho young lady had shot
hcr-elf, Indicting a fatal wound. Strange
to -ay, the force of ihe shot had not been
sitHlcicui to fell her. Ncceary a-I-tance
wa lutautly tendered by her rela
tives and stimulant- otl'ered tier, hut he
refused thein.-aylng she deilred to die.
-viioi.i:n.vi,i: liitot i:ns.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
Anil
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Lovoo.
II A Tlioins.
1. 1). Thy Ml.
THOMS & BROTHER,
(3uccnior to II 51 Hulen,)
Commission Merchants
And ileulU'i In
STAPLE AND FAN C Y
GROCERIES,
Foreign and Domestlo Fruits and Nuta
181 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
UmkT III
BOAT STORES,
Commission Merchant,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'lXIAL attention Klieu IocoihIkiiiiichU nnd
. tUUns uultu.
nllrhn
"Waaliijatrton. .A.-ro--.vi..
;;WM. GLENN & SONS.
Head-Quarters
tirimiT.m
LtlJl
STOCK! (!U 13 AT
COFFEE Rio, Lapuayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR New Orleans, Hard and Soft Refined.
SYRUP New Orleans and Eastern.
TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS.
Finest Assortment in the West
u.so
Commission Merchants,
AND DhAt.hllS IS"
Provisions,Flour,6rain, Seeds, DrieclFruit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
68, 70, and 72 Vine Street, CINCINNATI.
'Ww-s-ni
CO.M-IISNION -IDItlll AMH.
C. CLOSE,
(ienoml-
Commission Merchant
AMD Dr.M.KII IM
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
HAIR, &c,
Uuder City National Dauk.
I WILL -f 'I In enr-liwd lots nt ni-imfurtitrrrs
ptitf- jilJIni; Kn Ultt
WOOD
RITTENHOUSE
AND BRO.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
Commission Merchants
No. 138,
OHIO LEVEE.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AND SON,
(ncsors to Jolm II I'lillll-J '
FORWARDING
ANU
Commission Merchants ,
Aii'l Dealtrs In
HAY, ORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAX, BRAN, etc.
Agenti for LAFLIN & RAND POWDER CO ,
Cornor
Tenth Stroot
anil Ohio
Lovoo.
7. II. Miithtu.
r. c rid.
MATHUSS & UHL, j
FORWARDING j
Anil General
Commission Merchants '
1
Dialers In I
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE, !
O-O. Ollio Lovco.
I:. J. A'iv.
S D. Ay red.
AYRES ikiCO.,
Ami geuemt
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
"The Best Thing; in the West."
Atchi:on, Topeka I Santa h I R.
JLm .. 1ST JO S
IN KANSAS.
0,000,000 AOrtEO
Of theUft FiirinuiK nml Apnculttinil IjiihU In
Amttlci. ultnnteil In mid near Ihe Uiiuufnl
(,ottonwooil uml uuut
piiilt'iiortlic West, nu
Arkamai alleys, tile
H Years' Crodlt, with 7 por cent. Inter
est, and MO por cant. Discount
for Improvements,
r a it r. n i: r v n ' 1
'I'D lUll'lutVl S Of M.
t3Chvuloi'S, Willi limp, KiNliiK full liifnlliia- '
tlon.Mntnn-. -XtH. iouSMS, 1
ActhiK 1-ind CoininUsloiier, Topika, linn
fi. 1JT l-7-wUin.
THi: MA.SO.N iV ilA.MI.IN
ORGAN COMPANY
WINNEItis ol'llniv lilglii sl iiieikU mill til
iilimu of honoi, ul Menna, and
I'arln, If-17, now iillertlie llliesi iis-onmeitt ol
MiuK"it I'lililiii'l inpiin In Hi" wm Id, liieliidiiiK
new sttli-s wllliimnl lniirovi iiients not mil)
exclusively lorca-lii as foriuitly, Initiilio on
new iiLiiis of eay pijiueiit-, the nwl t'aioralile
eer uiren-l iiinans unlc.l wllli iiriUUv ol
imR-lia-e, In alinot uuy iarl ol' the couiitry
runt iu mi'iit !' 'JOoruiiwiiiiU
(Ununited cataloKiies uml i liviilai-. Willi lull
purlli'iilai'S, M'lit fin on it'iiiet. AiMn.
MASON c HAMLiIN ORGAN CO.,
Iloitmi, Ni'" Voik in ClilW
NO. 71
for Groceries !
VAIUGTYi! LOW IMW'Ift!
HOBBINS'
MUSIS BA2AR!
112 COMMERCIAL
AVE.,
CAIRO1 ILL
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
i EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Reputation.
Arknowli-Iiil lit :lll stood MiimvIiiiis lo N' (lie
lir-l I'l.ni" now in. ulr
TIIE GREAT UNION PIaNO,
Of which wo have oU over lm) during
twelve j ear pat, liei'iiinlti? more and more
popular every Ony.
SMITH'S UJi(i.N.
splendid lone. Power .ind Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
Avorvlluc Instrmueiit, adapted to lnsUti.
in-iuiii u- wen as vocai tnun-,
a 1.1. nil', auovi; aim. oi rr.iiKtt os-
r. 1isy .Monthly l'.i incuts, at low ilvure
regitnu -.-s oi ist rrice-.
sum musts
In greut variety, hiehidiu? nil llio new
and iopuir I mt -lo ol tliu dn.
Order from tlir Connti'
promptly lllifd and -cut "
by mall.
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS,
ACrOHDEOXS. CLAIMXETS
FLUTES,
I lULUb,
TAfiiBORINES
FKKXC II II AIM'S, r.TC, KTC.
i Band Instnunonts of all Kinds
' I'm fished to Order.
1 STRINGS FOR VIOLINS, GUITARS, ETC.
01 the llet Quality.
I Classical Studios and Exercises
Of all grades for Piano or Voieo.
3TI'.vcry de'crlpllnn nf Musical Mir
I ehandisi' furnlshutl lo order, promptly and
at prices lower 111 m cut oticrcu ijcioro
A
(Ji;xt v also or
ROGER'S
ELEGANT STATUARY.
.-end for Ilhirtr.iicil c ituloiio
l.ltt of tlic-e Iieau'lful groupc.
ami I'rlcu
All Occdi Warranted as Represented.
Adlrops,
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo, Illinois.
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itr. vi. i-.sia n: a;i:.v r.
I JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
Real Estate
AMI
j HOUSE A-G-IESSTTS
COLLECTORS,
CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES TUBLIO
j AND
1 Land Aueiits of tho Illinois Central nnd
I BurlliiKton uml Uulu:y K. It,
Companloa,
I North Cor. Sixth nml Ohio Loveo,
I CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
HENRY BREIHAN,
Ollio XiOVOO,
Bot. Soconcl nnc Fourth Strcots,
Wlii.tiale inul Ihtiiil pclliTiii
MilwaukQO Boer,
Borliner Weiss Beer,
Bottled Ale,
Sweet Cider,
Soltzor and Soda Water, Etc.
I tr-AIW'RVUciis!lituy aloekonlialut, and
Is pirpuml to furnish full tiiiipliv on 'rr li"
I mitlcf, id tlifliiMCyl rule-..
I -enil iii our oiilcis. i-.-im
rrot
PHYNIOIA.NH.
yiLLIAM It
SMITH, M. D.
nmnKxci:: x 21 Ti,itte-mi, wf, i.
'.ween Washington nvcmic ntv Vlnm strtel
OKKICIIi North side of Kliflnh Mrwt 1j.
Iwren Conimfrcl-I nml WndiliiKtonnvrtins
ri W. DUNNINO, M. D.
tll'.ltDKNTi:
Irwls. Cornor Nlnlli ud Vlnal
OKFK K r onicr 'sltlliMm tHnilOhlorxiv.'
wttti t. IIOIIH Kroiurtitra ln12tn.u..l
iWim i it s p in
W. BLATJW,
aorman Phyaician.
Ort'K'i: IltuW's tllock, dni-Malri), romfr
I'lfil'lh Mrcctnnil Wa,liliucton Tmn
i.Awvr.ns.
f OHN H. MULKEY,
- ......
Attorney nt Ijmv.
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
Ot'KK'K Klfhtli Sti-t-et, ltwen C'onim-r-clitl
nml WarhlnKton ivM-imo.
AMUKt. I. WHEELiER,
Attorney at fituv.
Ot't'ltK Ohio akk, oxer room formerly
occuilt! by t'lr-t National Hunk,
CAIKO, ILLINOIS
Q.REEN
dt OILDERT,
Atloi'iivyN nnd C'otuiS(IorH
at Linv.
Ot'PIC'K: Olilo IiVM-, rooms 7 and OTer
City Ntirtehal Itmk,
WIUHm II (iiu'ii. 1
William II (.ill-it, CAIRO ILLINOIS
.MIlMt'it.rk Ijlllirit )
C.S'li.'el.d nttentlon Riven to Adnu'ralty nnd
Stenmboat huf uirr-
MIM'i:i.I..VM.M S.
O VII
Illustrated Catalogues
F,,K 1875 0F
EVERYTHINQ
i on the
GARDEN!
( Seeds! Plants ! V
lUmplcmcntB, Fertilizers, etc.
Nuinbcrlns I ' 51'Es anrtconiainius n vo
tiiir(urcii)r i;)Aiii,inalteil on receipt
of Wcents.
Catalogue, without plates, fret to all
35 Cortlcuidb St.,
NEW YORK.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
-Dcttlerlln-All
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FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &c
Mill ami Yitid,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Stroot
Ohio Lovoo.
nnd
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Fashionablo Barber
KAZR X3c3i3IS!53fIir..
Eian'rn street.
Between Waahiupton nnd Commmclul
AvenuoH.
HOVIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
Wiloox'e BlooU,
Cornor Poplar nr.it Eleventh Streets.
riSy-IIighest Cash Prico paid for
IIoks unci Cattlo.
i.VNtrit.t.wi:.
C. N. HUGHES,
tieiicrid-
Insurance Agent
OFFICE;
OIXIO XjOEJ-VTIEJEJ,
Over Mathuss & Uhl's.
TONT. hut l'ii.t-Cl.ivi Comi-inle repre
nutol.
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 18ft8.
SAFF0RD, MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
lllH' -I'
Insurance
73 OHIO
Agents,
LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, up.stairi.
Tho Oldest Established Acconcy in South
em Illinois, roprcsentlnir ovr
365 000,000.

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