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ARTER & STEWART.
(fiiiccesaors In I. Arlcr A Co
GROCERS
AMD
Commission Merchants
No, 113 Commercial Avenue,
CAIRO, ILLS.
Bristol & Stilwell,
FAMILY
GROCERS
Kcop ovorythlnK porlolning to
tho lino of Btaplo una Fancy Qro
2orioH, Woodonwaro, Vcgotablcn,
FrultH, Sio., Sic.
MEXICAN
SOAP PUNT
POWDER!
One Pound will make 8
quarts soft soap.
English Breakfast Mixturo
TEA
$1.00 PER POUND.
A Horso for Sale.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
vakikty Mom:.
New-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close
Corner 10th St. and Commercial Av
CAIRO. ILLINOIS,
C. 0. FATIER & CO.
PAIXTAXIXUI.N.
B. F. PARKER,
Dealer In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Popor, Window Glass, Win I
aow anaaca, sec,
Always on hanil, the celebrated Illuminating
AUROIIA Oil,.
Corner Eleventh Street and Washing-
ton jvvenue
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
ST. G. XZTTXIXiSI,
PROPRIETOR.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER,
Bulletin Building;, Corner Twelfth Street
and Washington Avenue,
OaIto, Illlnoli
YOL. 7. CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1875. NO. 77.
i.mroit ni:.i.i:itH.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wliolrtulc and I tela II traders In
Foreign and Domostio
VIi:S OF AM. KIXIM,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
fBll'. SMVTII A CO. Inve
antlr
1VL i
. I.iir li-k of Hip IxmI irixida I" the mar
ket, anl gUrr-rlal Bllriitlun lull- i'Olml
ranch f Hi' liualueM
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
HEOT IFIEH.
Ami wholesale denier In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Wines ft Liquors
78 OHIO LEVEE,
Kff'' fl1" s'wk of
KENTUCKY BOURBON,
Mononcahola and Ryo
WHISKIES,
French Brandies,
I-IOLLAND G-iaxr,
Rhine, Kelly Island & California
j-n-if
nr.
ICE! ICE! I ICE!!!
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Wholesale and Itttill Dealers In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIBO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE t
At Hulen & Wilson's, CornerTwalfth St.
alia umo i.ovoo.
WV. will' run nn Ice wagon throughout the
.ratlin, ileliteriiig pure lsk lit-III say
part or the city at the lone.it market prire, ami
will uliorurni.li our friend, out.lde Iheclty with
re liv the cake or car IojiI, lucked In mwdust
or shipment to uv tliLunc.
itovr ntoiu:n.
SAM WILSON,
IlKALXII IX
boat stores, groceries,
PROVISIONS, Sco.
No. 110
Oliio Xiovoo.
iiorr.i.H.
GRAND CENTRAL
23COTEL
AND"
SALOON,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Cornor mislatlx Stroot,
WM. WETZEL, Proprietor.
A TlttJSTV wnteti kiju uiui ana uy ror
Xi. train ana etiamnoaw.
Thr ,nt or urcommoilatloni
for trnlent
iieU al Two Dollart wr ilar.
J.t-tf
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH
STREET,
Between Waahlna-ton
and Commercial
Avenuea, adjoining nanny 'a
KEKl'S for tale th btt Iierf, Turk, Mutton
Teal, Lamb, f-MiMRO, Ac. and It pro
X WW iHir w Ml iinwwwt
...an
latfjj
I'riirtii itl DfTi'fts orililttnir,
i. S.Cot, In llarr' Magazine, for April
All ol our prominent rt'iii,M.iitutlvu
iiipii havu had mom or K--- rit'ilii- facility,
anil list' It us llit! mre-t talNitiaii to oik'H
tin; popular t ar. .lolm l. I lulu, ever on it
Mlllll. ullll III WIIL'LTrV! (Jciicnil Hull--
ton, with liUHTcnirlcliy j.Ioliu Van Mil
nl hiitiior like lliltkr, cen
when lil spifcliiM mix.' lull
chare d with illahollKin. or to heara tnlnl
t r like Itii'ditT. iindi'Veiilrom the pulpit
nwalt the Incvllnlile lau'li ! It if all the
Ixtieril it lia point; hutive tin lainrli
without point, ratherlhaii iiolaiihntnll.
'I'hen! If no ni'e o couiuiou nx lit
e;i't ill the 'et. an the nrruwenlinn ail
rU'tin. Turn tlielau'h on your oppon
ent. bir.SopliUt, mid though he pile IV
lion on 0a ol iirjruiiiuiit. yon have lilin
down ! Till may Mrui tuotv creditalile
to our hiiiuor than to our M.-iHe. Hut let
fee. One of the ntllitie of hiiinor U
llie u-e made ol It by our writers and
kpeaker in w hat U ealled the rtductio ad
abiurdum. Tills u-e may he nliii-ed ; hut
we cannot span- it for nil that, mi lonir as
we have mi many einiilric In inediclne,
K'ttlfoeri In law. ileinaoues in jmjI-llc-.
pri'teiiileri In religion, ami fnol)- In
Mtciety. Our In-til lit foil- are favorable to
therowthof iiiii'hrooni''. They .'row up
in a ulht around the root of our wide
spieadni' freedom. Ve have theori-t
without rapacity. phllautliiopNt.'' wiihoiit
monillty, and practical men without
M'litiuicut. We have men who pa cur
rent for cajrlci', which a little touch from
the tioiut of hiiiuor nil i icts to tomtll.
We liaM; vaunting patriot" wlio-o patrl
otini. if of oid. N Kcoundn-lNin men
wlio Ile. ay, who thrive, on llie burning
Indiuatloir thnt is poured upon them.
Such men wither, under ridicule, to their
propi mIIimcimoii-. lildicule never hurt
an le n -t iiiiiii. lie aloliecall Join In the
l;IIIL'li nilll-1 liilll.M'lt'. It 1" the Ilhlirlel
-iM'.ir. however, which tuaktj the devil
how-1111114 If a- he I-. llidicide may not
1m- a oxl ii-t ot truth. a yiiatle-bury
maintaliied, Imt it i- not a had tct of
lalK-hootl. An old Knj;lili poet wit s :
"fur lie who it' not trtmlilent the n-orit,
W lioniuilr not wnh til- lit I ii -ii tliclilork,
'I i.ni but n Jest uL'xiiist liini, lo'r limrli
The .liill.cl wll .llptlirmiitlilliitouli-,1 mailt
'I htrr no mm iillw wlio cm liic ilumi
'lhr unxtliiguttuljle lausliltror nunLlmt."
We arc apt to condemn the writer or
fcpeaker who applle. the touchstone of
al-urdity to the sham and raH-ality of
llie day, even while we lauyii witli
lilm. Hut Attic -alt i-a useful a Kau
aw Int. The one prcM;rve me pork, tlie
other iiior.il purity. Kveu wlieu our
liuiuor N mUapplled. It i- the smoke
evidencing the lire of fun which liei be
neath tlie cril't of our -oclety. Hence the
Micce.if, of N'ait and other with their ter
rible caricature?.
Tin- 1'lvKiiii Hero.
ll'roiu thu Nrw l'ork World
It Is to be hoped that General Sheridan
lias pai-ed tlie whiter none thclcs picas
autlv in New Oilcans for that lie was
coin"pellel to relMlu trom Inintiii'c the
ijanilUll oi tne aiijaccm coiiiurj , ue
asked pcniiMon of Grant to do, and a-
Uratil ai very auxuiu- io ir.wr nun uu.
In tlie abM'ticof the opera which Grant
Jor a time at lea-t banUhi-d from the once
av nietrupolU ot tiieJ?outii.tiie iiuiiiiiii:
of banditti nii'dit liave allorilcd General
Sheridun plea-ant sport tor inanv an tin
oectipled hour. ami fu the
opinion ol Hierldm as expres-cd
to unilll, ami oi oraiu us e.xpre cu
to t'oiin-ss, the hunting of banditti
by Sheridan would have j;oue far to n
More jieace, Inippiue-? and pro-perity to
di-uousolate Loui-iaiia. Hut .-till tt is to
be hoped t tint Gelicr.il bheridali ha-haila
)lea-ant Milourn ill the volatile Cn-cent
Citv. Willi theopeiilnjrol .-prinand tlie
adjoiirninent of Congress, wlilch failed to
authorise tliesu-peu-lou of the wrltofAa-
beas corpui lu m.iiiepariiuuni ituuucci.ireii
uraint a new revolution In Arkau-Jc,
Get end Sheridan ha- taken Id-departure
pre-uiiiablv for a moie actixe and a more
tlM'tul llelil of labor. A brief telegram
ha- announced that on Saturday General
Sheridan, accompanied by u Mnylc
iiiemhe of hi .-lull', (iiiletlv -liook tlie
du-t of" New Orleau trom hij feet and
turned liU face to tlie Wot. To what
oohit hi the West they jro or on what
biiMiux the teleniph ilucs not Inform
n.s. There niav be Ire.-h trouble brewiii"
ainotiL' the 1'icL'an or Din-'cr Indian.
who are not hedged iiliout with the Au
bcai corpus and .llilllar lmpcdiiuelit to
military business, or it may he that Sher
man l ueeiieu to Keep avaricious pn.icu-er.-
and banditti out of iv. Grunt'. irold
re.ervatlons in the lllack Hills. It is to
lie hoped that some Mich employment
mav he found to keep him In the Y?t.
There Is no occasion for liini to return to
New Orleans, where tlie thermometer Is
already perceptibly rlsliijf.
i,
Iliinroiiilie t'oiiiily. North Cnrollnn
(C-mstinff I' Wonlion. In llurptr'a Mhku1i
My UnUlnpr coiisiati-d principally In (.it
tin'on a safe rock near tho chore reading
(.ouie newspaper items about thu moun
tain country. (I iilwavo try to read up
while on the jrroitud, haviii"; discovered
that a line on the spot Is worth two
volumes away.) 1 learned, in tlie llrt
place, that Uuiieombo county, whero wo
then were, was named from Colonel Bun
combe, n rallant olllcer of thu Revolu
tion; over thu door of tlie family iniuislon
once stood this legend,
'To ttiincorati Hall
Wcleonmull."
U wa a Congressional representative of
this mountain neighborhood who made
himself and his district immortal by
"only talking for Uiuicombe." dote
upon tlilii information eamu thu
fact that in 1S71 Buncombe
took thu llret premium for tobacco
at tho Virginia Statu Fair, MirpasMnj;
even the celebrated yield of the Danvillo
rejr'on. Uuticombo tipple were slants
of their kind, weighing trom twenty-fl vo
to thirt ounces, and iiicnsurhiK fourteen
and tixleen inches in circumference. (I
was. not surprised at this liavlng seen thu
men who eat them.) Thu Catnwba grape
originated In Uuncombe, on Canu ( reek,
a branch of the French liroad. In thu
surrounding reiou theru were sixty
mountain peaks more than tlx thousand
feet high, und thirty-nine over live thou
sand tl'Ct.
I went on with the climate, and discov
ered that while in New England two
hundred and llfty out of every thousand
deaths are from coiisiuinptlon, in Mlune
otu and Calllornia one hundred and llfty,
mid lu Florada llfty; here, even with an
almost total lack of luxuries, tho propor
tion va only thirty lu tho tUousuud.
iom;,; wnh v;ir;vhan;;ripfnVi;i, ; - -
practical Ironical 1-11-5 Tl...m. 'orw n. ' ( ""S. nlnthj
with UU 1. 1 .1 W; lr yUj 'i '" . work ItM-irtliu hll.ct m lx;-t .-vl.lciice
ht..w. ns with I Ik ilry a h Iiixk ik. , ! tlilt l(,rt. u :l SvfinHW lMnV.n(h who
in. rpftor Knott. l"1' earts tor inaii.iii.il who workHinnnilulth
IJ.iluthlana-ha.l h. lwn' w ' ' f , him lorl.li redemption ; and rinding In
Ihi crow l W rtl n,w jjreatiT work." the rl,ciiti'nnd
talked. 'I he mac h-aji to Ii ar n man 11.1,.lM7. ......i,,,,,.,. , ,.,., Q1Mi ,.....
... a.III.I.I,kl..,IIIb.f...l(l.l lllll. . .t
Nineteenth Miilury MlmclPK.
" Tho CoixjrtgationalUl. f pwiklll of tho
work dono by .Moody nnd Saiike.vln Eng.
l.inil, draws the eonclii'Ioii that tin-Chrl.-tlan'd
faith in n Supremo Iking do
not tlupcii'l on tin- liltonil evidence ol
miracles iiciforiniil elghtii'ii huudrtd
Vcumii-'o. "HuHirs abundant ground
tor that ml til In life "bout him: in liiill
viditul .oul iirnt.'(l "i unhh iilv and
i-haiigwl i:onit)h;t;ly us l'mil n; In ui-
tlri'coiniiinnltkn ruvoliitlonl.itl byiaiiocs
which, If tlii-y wurij linnian oniy, would
iroimw rc'iiil"
lialoable evidence ol a Mipernautral pow
er lor ;o1, he tliidf It eay to believe
that the Kline power attested In proence
III llie heart by other fhriH le-sinarveloin
in their nature, mid Id wid'-imrvad In
their immediate n.-ull.. If intldelitv
wMiiu to liake the ChriMtaiiN hilth in
tlie personal (iinl, If miiit noconnt not for
the miracles of tlie tlrt century, hut for
Hiomj of the nineteenth."
Cnlilii mill Serelii.
JaniM I'urUr, In IIrr' iliigjrlnt )
The reformer was not hidis-d present
at the Itii riimtr. hut he ciiM-d the arrest
of the victim, tlrew up the charge, furn
ished part of the tottiuony that convict
ed lilm, i'oiieuted to and" approved bis
execution. N'rvetiK was a SpanMi phy
sician, of blaiuclcts life and warm eonvio
tions, who rijectwl tlie doctrine of the
Trinity. ( 'athulie ud I'rote-tant eiptally
ablioni-d him. and I'roteslaul Geneva
M'i.ed the opportunity to show tlie world
1U attachment to the true faith by hum
iu' a man wlioin Home was also Luriiiii
to burn. It wa a hideoii scene a virtu
on and devoted Unitarian expiring in
tlie ll.iiue alter enduring tlie ex-lreine-l
nngiiMi for thirty mill
utc. ami cryitu.'. trom the depth
of Id torment. '.le-u, thou Son ol the
eternal God, have mercy on me!" IJut
it wn not Calvin who 'burned lilm. It
was tlie century. It was Imperfectly tie
velotK'd liuiiiau nature. Man had not
readied the civilization which admits, al
low, welcome, and honor tll-inteii sted
conviction. It wen a unjiist to htamc
Calvin for hiinihi' Snetus a it I to
hold the l'oinau Catholic Church of the
piesent day responsible for the Jiupti-i-tion
of threi- ivnturies ago. It wa- Man
tliat wa guilty of all tboM stupid and
abominable cruelties. I.uther, tlie man
of hi i-riod. lion stly declared that if be
was tfif Lonl God. and saw king-,
princes, lil-hop. and Judges so little
inmdfut of lit Sou. In-would "knnek the
icorld to pUces." If Calvin hull not bun -ed
Server u. Serveius might have burned
Calvin, and the Pope would have been
happy to burn both.
California' Hlne rilicTtirf
Bud Doble I soon to leave San Fran
cisco for the Kat lu charge of Occident.
CallfomiaV favorite trotter. Tins ex
ploit of this We'tern liver upon tlie
Kastcrn turf next summer will ofcoui M;
be one of the mn-t IntereMln features of
the mcvtinj;-. It 1 tlie hitiMitluu tn trot
lilm wlienevern propiT opportunity of
fers, and lie will take hi. chances wit fi the
bet of tlie Kastcrn racers. Incluillng
Goldsmith Miiid. Ooble thinks Califorii-
ijii will have eaii'e to be proud of Occi
dent's tH'rforinauccs.and that ho will make
b-tter showlnv; than he has ever
made heretofore. He will lie traiiMinrted
Ka't in Doble's special car, which is as
snug ami comfortable a vehicle as n tour
ist could a-k for. It i supplied with a
variety of modern convenience-, includ
ing box-stalls, heating and feeding appa
ratus for the trotter, while for Doble and
111 companion- there Is n boudoir, tltted
up hi the most superb manner, with fres
coed wall and ceilings, Hrns-cl- carpet,
tables, cuairs, lounges, mirror, lace cur
tain', silver lamp-, together with a line
ide-bo.ird tilled with elegant cut-glas-.
and well stocked with wines. In fact It
one ot the most ta-tefuilv-arninged
cars tor man ami ueast lu the tinted
States.
I 'or all I'minle Ciniiliiliit
in ynunK or old. married or tlni;lH, at tho
dawn ot woniuiilio l n the cliauge ot lite,
!. l'i rco's l'i.oilterre-ciliiiniitiiatilfcsts
such a ji'i-itively reiueUi 1 lutluunce a to
all fulth '.he lou.lest praise trom nil who
Uu it.
Mr. John A. Ki.M7.bv, druggist, of ICnob
Sotler, .Mi. v rites u- lulluws:
" r. I' eree, Ittiil'ulo, Y Dear Sin
" uir inedl hies su'l het er than any other I
keep, and (jlvo till versnl h itisfuctioll. 'I'ho
p mii lu lire cstieehilly delUdite i wiin y. ur
l'avorltn rroctliiti'.n. and it snni 'n lm
f4Vnrlte ninoti all that have ever u-cd It."
It Is sold by UillKlets and dealers lu u.vdl
elm s.
EheritTi Sale.
BY virtue of mi execution io me dirfrrtcit by
the Llerk (if the Cirrult i inirt of Alev
aniler county in the Mute of Illinois, in favor of
tne s-ouinwcmern inauranr Lonipany tor me
u.rnfJuhnU Iturman. ilrcehir. unit runiiiiet
Wlllim.l Alleanml It, W attou Welih, I line
levied ilium the fulluwlnc ile.cribeil nrnl'erty,
In the citv of mini cuunteul Alexaniltr and
Mate of Illinois, to-w It, Lot numUaed live (0,
In block numbered thirty-two (.1.'), u the jmi
ertv nf the miKI II Wnt.on Webb, which 1 shall
odor ut nuMlo .ulr at llio souihwcst door of the
( nttrt llnu-e, in llie city of I lro. In tlie county
nf AleXKinter and stale of llllnoU. on the 3'st
il.iy nf Maich A . D-, ls,, at the hotirof elettn
o'clock a. m., for ciuh, to e.ittfy Mldeveou-
iion. .vi.r.x ii iu
Sheriff of .Mexnmlereounty, III!
Cairn, Ilia., March. Ii. 17 la-li-Ie-wi
E. MAXWELL S& CO.
Pralrra In
IIAILWAY MACHINERY and BURNING
t$toiLSS3Sr
No. 616 North Main Streot
ST. LOUIS, MO.
EJ-N. B.-CS'
AOENTS FOB FRErH PLUMBAGO OILS
EGGS TOR HATCHING
From the following vurlttlw of I'tnt Bued
Fowls
At H'J I'rr len,
Dark and Llzht llmhnnsi IluiT and PurtrldKO
CoctilmiBrnwa and White U'gUorua) lloudiu
aud silver liny Dot kiiit! ...
1 warrant one-ball el ich doien Lkks to
Hatch. If they do not 1 will replace them at W
cnt per dozen.
Send Mump for circular. , ... p .....
Addrea. ISAAC I.i.M)!',
Marlboro, Btark Couuty, Ohio,
I 3-tI-W
IturCjOllir IKCMUUIHl KANUMC
IfUmpl. lukMM. villi I'l'c. tlil, lulll'"rliiwc.ili. I
ii( i-iit r v naiii'O ate to i
UIiuns. B.1
WM. GLENN & SONS.
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
IMMENSE. STOCK! GREAT VARIETY,! LOW PRICES !
COFFEE Ilk, Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR New Orleans. Hard and Soffc Roflrifiri.
SYRUP New Orleans and Eastern.
TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS.
Finest Assortment in the West
ALSO
Commission Merchants,
AND DKALKliS IN
Provisions,FlouiGrain,Seeds,MedFruit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
68, 70, and 72 Vine Street, CINCINNATI.
v s-e-im
commission- .ii;iu'iia.n ns.
C. CLOSE,
Ctnfral
Commission Merchant
AKD MALER IX
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTEIl,
II AIR, &c,
Undor City National Bank.
IWIl.t, ffll in rar-towl lots at manufiicturcrs
prlix, uiIiIIiik Knight
WOOD
RITTENHOUSE
AND BRO.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
Commission Merchants ,
No. 138,
OHIO LEVEE.
JOHN B. PHIIXIS .
AND SON, L
(sjiorcMors to Juhn It I'liillli)
rOUWARDINQ
Commission Merchants
Ami nf.ikrii In
HAY, ORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BBAN, etc.
Agenti for LAFLIN U HAND FOWOEH CO
ICornor Tenth Street and Ohio
Lovoo.
'. 1) Mathuss.
K C. Uhl.
MATHUSS & UHL,
FORWARDING
And (ienerul
Commission Merchants
Dealer. In
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
G-3L Oliio Lovoo.
K. J. Ayres,
S. I). Ajrea.
AYRES &ICO.,
Ami RincHt
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
'The Best Thing in tho West."
Atcliison, Topska I Mi h I
IN KANSAS.
a.ooo.ooo aoubs
Of thetiest FarminRand Agricultural Lands In
America, situatcl in and near the beautiful
Cottonwood and Great Arkansaj valley, the
garden of the West, on
1 1 Yeara' Credit, with 7 per cent. Inter
est, and 20 per cent. Discount
for Improvement.
FARE ItCFIIMICD
To purcha6era of Luiid.
EJ-Clrctilars, with map, glvlug full Infonna
tlon.eenttrec. ',H, lmiSsns,
Acting lJnd CommUoloner, Toeku, Kan
SU4. 137-l-7-w3m.
THE MASON J1A.MLIN
ORGAN COMPANY
WIXNKU3 of tnrro highest inulals anddl- '
nlnma of honor, at Vienna, 1673, and
Purls, IJ7, now otler the ttuest asaortmeut ot 1
tlie beat cabinet oiguus in the world, Including
new atylea with ifctnt Imprnvemeuta not only
exclualvcly furciuh, a turmerly, but alio on
new plans of ca.iy paymtuta, the most favorable
ever ollen! Organs rented with privilege ot j
iiurcua.e, io niiuuai tiny p:ui ui wimmj.
r'it payment VJ 'M or upwards, ,
Illultratwt catalogues und circulars, with full
iiartlculars. sent fm on rwiueat. Audrcsa
MASON t HAMLIN ORGAN CO.,
Doiton. Jit York or adsir
i
v ..Miiisfjl
ROBBINS'
COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO'. ILL
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
, MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
I EVERY DESCRIPTION.
1 HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Reputation.
Acknowlnltnil by nil cood Miilclun to Ik-tlie
twit I'iaiKi ikiw inaitf .
THE GREAT UNION PIaNO,
' Of which wo havo ml:! over 400 during
! twelve j ear. pas', becoming more and more
popular every day.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
Splendid tone, l'owcr and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
; AMirytlim Instrument, adapted to liutru
til uiai a wen u vocal uillslc.
A LI, TIIK AllOVt: AIIK OKKUnL'H ON
xju j-.isy .noniiiiyiMyjiicMt., al lovvilitn
reddles of List rrke.
SHEET MUSIC
In prpit variety, itieliulin nil tho new
and populir iniislu ol thu day.
Order from the Cuiintiy
promptly till at ntid sent
by mall,
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS.
ACCORDKONS, CLARINETS
FLUTES,
PICOLOS,
TAMBORINES
FI'EN'CII HAIiPS, K'l'C, ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
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STKINOS FOB VIOLINS, OUITAES, ETC.
Ot thu Ilcst Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all grades for Piano or Voice.
EITKvcrv ile-crlpllon of Mulled .Mer
chandise fitrnlslieil to order, promptly and
at priees lower tlun ever oll'ered before.
UKNCV ALSO or
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for llhMruted CilaloKtio nnd Prlco
List orthco bcauilful groupus.
All Ooods Warranted at Represented,
Addro-s,
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo, Illinois.
m: ii, r.sTATi; xtir.y it.
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Real Estate
HOUSE -cVG-BZtSTTS
COLLECTORS,
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JO.D
JjxnA ARenta of the Illinois Central and
Burlluuton and Uuinjy K. It.
Companwa.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levee,
OAIUU, ILLINOIS.
HENRY BREIHAN,
Oliio Lovoo,
Bot. Second and Fourth Stroots,
Wholvaalo and Itetall Dealer In
MilwaulsoQ Beer,
Berliner Weiss Beer,
Bottled Ale,
Sweet Cider,
Seltzer and Soda Water, Etc.
E5-Always keeps a heavy stack oa hauil, and
Is prtiiared to furnish mil suppUas o ry short
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Jwn Commsrclal and WablnetonaTnti
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itrtela.
Corner h'lnth aod Walnut
omCB: CornsrSUthitrnt and Ohio Urm.
omCE HOUilSi rrnma.m, to Um., ana
iVom'iUiip m.
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Gorman PhyBioian.
orriCKi Bu-lr'a lllotk, (op-etlr) , eeraar
Eighth atntUand Wiwhlneton ?emo.
LAWYERS.
JOHN H. MULKJ2Y,
Atlornoy at Law.
CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
orKICK. Eluhtli Strwt, Utwe-n Cornraar
clal ami Washington atrnUM.
gAMUEL V. WHEELEK,
Attorney at Iaw
OrriCEt Ohio Itc, otfr room fonMrlj
uccuiicl by drat National llank,
CAtltO, ILLINOIS.
Q.IIEEN ft OII3ERT,
Attorncyw and Conmiulert
at liaw.
OrriCEi Ohio Jh, ronma 7 and 8 om
City National lianlc,
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u.V'i" M.JJJiTr ( CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
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itramtoat huslntij,
MINXM.A!fKOCn.
OUR
Illustrated Catalogues
EVERYTHING
FOR THE
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Implements, Fertilizers, etc,!
Nombcrlnc 15 pagca and contalnlnc A'O
Ivrntlul colorid jiattn, mailed on recalpt
of Mcenta.
Catalogue, without plate, fire to ail.
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NEW YORK.
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CO
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Mill and Yard,
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and
(jmo j-iovoo.
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Fashionable Barber
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STREET.
Between Washington and Commercial
Avenues.
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PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
Wiloox' Block,
Corner Poplar and Eleventh Streets.
fcarnighest Cash Price paid for
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IXNITRAXCE.
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Gensral
Insurance Agent
OFFICI:
OHIO 31a 33 "17-an an.
Over Mathuss ft TJU'f.
N0XE but
tented.
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INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1858.
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Csnsral
Insurance Agents,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, np-stalri.
The Oldest EstallUahed Airaney in South
ra Illinois, representing ow
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