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FAMILY
GROCER
Keop everything portainlncr.
Who lino of StaDlo and Fancv O
to
TO
morion, wooaenwaro, vcgoiamos,
Fruits, Sic, Sic.
Bass and Injyruhcr
BAWLS ';0I Mt'OYS.
HARMONEKAZE,
PiscJaeing Taoclo,
Agget and Opal
M ARB ELLS,
Belle and Iurn bounde
Roaling Whoops
Fur Doizc nnd Gurlz.
Jumping Roaps,
Vealloscipeads,
Krowkay Cets,
CHEEPE.
A Hors for Salo.
i ran
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
POND'S
EXTRACT
I'ho People's Remedy.
Tho Universal Pain Extractor.
.Vote !
Ask for Pond'" Extract.
Take no omer.
llM.r f ir I will (peul. of excellent thins "
FOR
I nj nrle to Man nr limit,
VU, ItriliMs
hlrnlMN. 'pralnt, Ontn-
iniia, lHloutli,
1'riK'llire. .nr, l.ireni-
ted or Incited Wound.
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Miiihiirn.
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.Vouc Illi'i-tt, nml lllml
In iiiuiii nr I crtli
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PEOPLE'S
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M HiUl(i lllir-. Intnl
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USE.
PIIVII'N r.XTII.irr l.for niMn all ""
iiiH lrnui;Ils,iiiiil in'oiniiir,i'liill.v
nil DiilKVbla, rilrlii, iiii'l ''r.
hoily wlni Iiiin rwr itrl It. ,,
I'limplilel ronlnlnliiif lll.toi y mi'l I.thihiII
nt Ineoii niiilfaitloii, Ifiiol imiii'l ul your
liii((lt'i
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
.Yen Yorll iiikI l.itllltnu,
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CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
PH0HK1KT0R.
UINIU5II AND BLANK HOOK
MANUFACTURER.
.ulletlu BulldlnB, Corner Twelnh Btraot
and yraahlntton Avanua,
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mm
VOL. 7.
MQl'OR DEAI.F.RW
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wlioltnle ami Retail Dinl.m In
Foreign and Domestic
LIQTTORS
AM, KIMktt,
No. 60
Ohio Leveo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
fKI'lt- MYTH A CD hute
nlljr
IVl l.n. .lix-k i.f Inl irolj III I III' lllir-
let, unil kU'WIi1 altanlloii toll nliulrwla
ramli of Hip limine.
ki:,
ICE
ICE!
ICE!
HUSE, LOOMIS & CO.,
I 'l.itr iflnit lilnl.nie III
uiiiiuiiiirliiz that tli r
j me iwr prrpiicl In iipjil) rr) l"xly
wiin
j t,r lit rrj Ik t 'pi .lily, rlili.r al tli.ir hoiee. or
' til lli iMin ro. flimiM W rn Hi Ihe
I ollii r,
No. GO Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILL.
IM-VI-ll
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
JOHN SPROAT,
H lio!tnI an'I Itrtall Dnd'-r in
PURE LAZE ICE
Cairo and Knnkaltco, PI.
CAIRO OFFICE!
At lltilen A Wilson1, Corner Twalflh St
and Ohio Lth,
will run an Ire
won tliiuuxhont the
Vinrin, ilellrrlriif
pure lilt in- in any
lirt of Ihe city at ihe lownt ruarlet price, ami
will aNofurtifth ni' frlenri out.lile therlty with
re by Hi rake or car load, parLnl In jH'iliut
or .liipii.rnt to anr ilUtanre.
iioti:i.s.
GRAND CENTRAL
HOTEL,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Cornor HJlelxtlx Stroot,
WM. WETZEL. Proprietor.
A
Illt'-TY untrli kept nUlil and ily
In.ii: ami li.mU..t,
for
The le.t of arrointiiudatioiia
itnest. al 'I o IMI.'ir wr 'lav
fur transient
3-io-tr
U lllll.t SAI.i: il(Ot I.HN.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-Anl
Commission Merchants
AOKNTS AMERICAN TOWTJER CO
57 Ohio Lovoe.
II A Tliolif
I, II T)ioiiic
THOMS & BROTHER,
("'iiWB'ir In II M lliilrn,)
Commission Merchants
nnoKEns
.Mi'l ilralcru In
STAPLE AND FANCY
! GROCERIES,
I
I Forciun anil Domeatic Fruita anil Nut
184 C0MMKRCIA1 AVENUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
I Wholesale Grocer
I)lif in
BOAT STORES,:
Commission Merchant
No. 70 OHIO LEVEE.
i il'KI IAI. iiltunlliin idien tnroiulxiiiiiriits ami
1) IIUIII2 lililm.
I'AI.M AM OIIJ4.
B. F. PARKER,
Uniliv In
faints, Oils, Varnishes,
OXII7BIZXI8,
Wnll Papor, Window Glass, Win
dow ShadoB, &o.
Always on linml, tlie (M-lflirntcl lllmnlnsllDg
AVnOKA Olli.
BroiBai' X3vl1Xc11xik
Oornar Klavtnth Stroat and Washing
S ton Avanna
OMn, xllatlv aiAllAlnt. Csrxiat Trr1flii. Btraat ni "ttraafelnjrtom. Avonut.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1875.
THE KEELY.
1NTEHEITIN0 LETTER FROM THE NEW
YORK TRIBVHE.
What Correipondant Laarntd About tb
Wondarful Voter.
'.I ml 'llivrr Were mi Nymiiliiiiia of
Inviinlly In Ilia I'Hrc.
riill.iit--l.iU l-ttiT to tin- X Y. 'irilmnr
"Williln thirty tliiy joii will a tniln
ul tVMiily l'nlliii.'iii iimtlnitvn from I'lill
uik'llil:i to Saw Vork ultliout -tram,
electricity, hut ulr, or tuiy other known
motlvu power."
The Ntiu.'ikcr'n touu Witt onu ol'iirofottiKl
coiiviiitlun, unil them wurc no yiiiptnuii
ot'Iii-iiiiity In liU I'm'c. I Iiml known lilin
lor a loiif.' time :ir a immii ulio iilteiiiJeil to
UU l)iixhie, .ihl 1 ii deht, Win oppod
to tin: thlrtl term, siml ave other pvl-
i.-iiW" ot sinlly.
"NYell, uh.it ii to h.inl the tr.iln I
ki:(l, incieihiloii.ly,
The uonilerliil new molor." hu rc-
tilled ; "a little liijehlne that ncuili onlv
a miiuII npply of witter anil tor. Ahoitt
a tjiiciteiniii oi waters in lie enotifii to
run to New Vork."
"And thuluelV"
" Then! U no lm-1 ab-oltiti.lv nothliii'
hut tin; water, tin, air. and the little inii
ehlne.'" I ri.'iiii.'iiil)vr viiL'iielv havinv read oim
tiling almitt till? invention la-l summer,
mil li;t luir wondered how -onu' nnor.
half-eraekcd Inventor had jjfit a iiev.i.i-
tor to uulolil lil wild laneie". Mnet: then
had heanl It talkel ahout oreaionallv
lurhiL' the winterhv iieonlewlioliadoulv
hearfay iliroruiallon. My Jriend u:t, ?o
.'iithu'iatic that I iiroim-ed to look Into
the matter. Whereupon he ald it could
not be lookel Into yet, evcrvthiii'' eon-
neetd with the invention Mu;r kept a
prolouud Mjeret fioni everbody except a
lew eanltallt-. who had fiirnMieil tin;
money to duxelop It. and two orthreeex-
pf:rn who ii.iii imtii empioveii by iiiuiii to
examlueaud reimrt unou the machine. A
lew.- daj alter lhiconvcr.ationauiu.Mit
auce nj,'ent hrouhi in an equally extrav
agant tule of tlie new motor. 'He had
MMiii It work, and owned onie ttock in
it, wliicli wai not lor hale, at any price.
Now, It U hard to get the start of an in
iunineeaent In a bargain, and the fact
that thit eutleiuau had Invested moiiev
in the machine irave it a certain claim to
reKTt. The claim was euhaiiced w lieu
I met tlie Inventor, who drove his own
carrlaoe, and looked hi every way ine
and solvent. Obviously the new "motor,
whatever It miuht be. had nroix-llcd him I
into very comfortable circumMauce.
He iiM.il to live In a back street. It l .said.
and tinkered away at lilt machine for
fourteen years beiore he got it to work.
Iliditliii' oil' poverty tlie while as best lie
could. Willi curiosity stimulated by the
enigmatical talk of the Inventor and the
uiHrveloui toric of hU friends, 1 m-i
about plekliii; up unit putting together
the tacl' about tlie mnehlue, with such
results as appear nelow.
I lie Inventor s name I-.loiiu . iei
Iv, and he call his Invention th''Kee-
ly .Motor." It l owned by a Mock com
pany compoed chiefly of New Voik and
Philadelphia capltaliM', who have paid
hi a working capital of about jd.VUXX)
and hold ttwk of the nominal par value
of jl.OUO.OUO. Thov value this -lock at
I'almloii. prices. I'he ori'dnal aoclates
of Mr. Keely. who are all niemler. of
the pre-eul company, are .lames .S.
Vamall, .lolm .Stilt, Chas. It. Collier, .1.
W. Schuckers and William lloekel, of
this city, and Charle U. Till, of .Morrli
town. N. J. The apparatiii that j;ener
atci the power Is called a "multlpllc.itor,"
and ii compO'.eil ol a number of Iron
chamber-i of cylindrical lorm, eonnccted
bv pipes and litted with certain eoek
and valve. The machine upon which
experiments have been conducted during
me pait riiii montus i aoouc ;w inciie-.
IiIl'Ii. 'J4 loui' and HI wide, and its cvllu-
derM will hold about six "ulloii ol water.
A iinall hrais pipe, with an orltice one
rntarter of mi Inch hi diameter, leads
Ironi It to a -troiij,' wrouht
Iron rcervolr Mx Inches In
diameter and three feet loni;, wliere the
lower U .dorcd, and whence it I:! fed to n
leant eii'due I hrouirli a -till -mailer
ilH'. Tlie proee-K i.f m.fatiujj tlie
jiowcrcon-i-t- in forcing air into tin; up
per chamber of the uiultlplieator, and
alterward letting water run in from a
h vi I rail t until Ihc recejilacles are nearly
tilled. In 1 1 io ecrimciits lately uiaile
the inventor ha- it.nl hU own lunirs lor
an air pump, blowing through a tube for
a tew couiU, then turning a cock to
lint oll'the air, eoiiueethi; I lie tuliit wllli
the hvdraut and opciiliii: the eoek until
iilllc!ent water run- in. Within two
minute- after tlii- oiM-nitlnu 1- performed
the cock-, on the tulies coniiecthi'.' the
upper wild ihc lower cylinder are turn
ed and the power U ready for uw. The
little maelilue exert? throush the i-niall
tube, one-eighth of an inch in diameter,
pressure varyiii'.' front UtKX) to lo.iHJO
pound- to the Miuare ineh. at the will of
the operator. The power li aeeunitely
meai-urcd by a force resri-tcr. When ap
idlisl to the engine It run- It as rapidly a
It I prudent to permit, tlie -imply of
power alway-Iieiu-r kept lielow it- full
capacity.
very tliotoith tests have been made
by tho-c luterc-ted In iiroblni: the n
"J " ; , " '.""". ".
lery, Io.mv it iheiv wa not -onto trick ol
concealed eheihleal- to irencrale gas. Tho
inultlpllcator has been su-pended Ironi
the rafter- of the building and ulr blown
through It, and It has been Hooded re
peatedly with water to dls.-olve any '
chemical compound it might hold con
cealcd. Iinmediately after these tests
tlie power has been generated. Last Fall ,
an elaborate series of experiments
were conducted bv Chief F.ngb I
ncer lluthrrford, of the United
States navy. ,1. Snowdcii Hell, a
mcehnnlral engineer; William Hoekel,
mohaulclan, and Charles 11. ( 'oilier, a
lawyer of this city, and the re-ult.s were
printed in a pamphlet for tho prlyalo In
formation of thu Mockholdcr. He-lde
the air and water tesb. thevexamliiod the
escapo from the valves, and found It to
ba"vaperlc or gaseous production,"
without smell or taste, and with no ex
plodvuor inllammable jiropertlcs when
exposed to a flame. W hen a pieco of
iuumiii eioiu was item over tlie ercapo
an Iclelii of thu shapo of a thimble was
rapidly lormed. Tho Investigators also
tasted the water which had been u-rrt In
the imillipllcator. and discovered no un
usual flavor or odor, and took tho ma
chine to pieces .without (hiding any res
Uluiim. What, then, Is this strange power, ca
pablo of ilolnir tho work of steam with
out hent'r The Inventor talks about mul
tiplied power of hydraulic col
umn hold In suspension, but
I no further explanation
or toe manner nv w men a prcMnv
pound to the hu h. which the .Schuylkill
water ha In Ihc hydrant, l hirnaicil
lo 10,000 pounds by merely laslng
thronxh his iron cylinders'. ItlshMae
cret. he say, and he will reveal It asoon
as his patents in this country and In Kiifr
land arn lued. One of the principal
owners ol the Invention accounts for the
trance force on the suppoltlou that the
machine separates water Into ultimate
atoms, and changes their cohesive force
Into one of strong repulsion. It Is a sin
irular iiecnllarltv of the lorce that when
It Is diminished much below a pressure or ,
1. 200 Pounds lo the .Mitmre Inch, It ex-
tlnjriiMie.s lt-clf. fadiiiL' out and leaving
no l!n. -Mr. Keely In now ciiKaijed on
u new and larger inultlpllcator, the parts
of which have Ix eu made in dlllcient
machine shop'' to precrve (he secrei ol
lu con.trii"ilon. It I" almost ready for
U..f. j
One thini; :ipiears certain fiom the.-e
lads or allegations: Klthcr .Mr. Keely
Is icrctratlur a remarkiihly iuo;euliiu- '
mid -iiccsslul fraud, or he hayreally, as
he asserts, dlcoercd a new motive pow- 1
cr that must -oon siiper-ede steam and
revoluilnuie machinery. If the iiieu
tlou N genuine Its hnjio'rtaiiee can 'carcc- I
ly be exaggerated. Meam will Id re-
modeled. The railway Ioconiollu inii-t t
i:lo way lo the new luotor engine, burn- .
IiiK no luel and emitting no .moke, and ;
coal will become a tint"; on the m.iiket. i
l'i rhap" all fuel will Ixj needli. . for heal 1
and liiot I.ii are lutrocoiiverlible.
and it an air and water
aini'atiiH can t'enerale ino- i
lion, why may not that motion be .
chaiiL'ed to heat to warm our dwelling's':
lly this time the reader will Ic; ready lo
a-k, "lo you, a neivspaper eonx-poiid-f'lit,
whoouxht to hae Imd your credu
lity knocked nut ol' vim liy experience,
believe in this iiioloi': ' III-a lair mic
tion, and my anwcr "No ; scelns Is
bellevhc When I ;e the Irani rumiiu
lo New Vork I w ill believe, and not bo
fore. Hut that there are many persons
w ho have laltli In th Invention, I can
vouch lor."
Let me add tint the -lock U not lor
sale, and that all the imcutor a-ks of the
public 1' that It will let him alone until
complete' the new multhilicator he Is
now inakhi"; and is ready to exhibit It.
... -
Kiiroprnn !hnc of Hunker Hill.
Thee men, both the rink and illr and
tlie leader'', were undoubtedly full ol the
modern spirit, and their ttprljhiir ailm-t
llritl-b n're--lon had echoes Ironi the
llheraW of Kurope, and certainly helped
on the freethiukln ol the lldiminWt-i,
as well the retorms of the philanthro
pist1.. Their succc" was welcome at the
court of Frederick the Croat, w ho liked
liberty of thought and of action when it
did not cut into hN own royal prero'a.
tlve: and the patron ol Voltaire was the
friend of America. France, of cotir-e.
could not be ludltlercut to so Important a
now ai ine dominion oi i-.niaiiu, anil
Verennes iinmediately sent Itouvou
loir on a mis-ion to America,
while the egotist and dreamer. Hosseatt,
Uieu at Paris a greater jiower than Ver
jfennes or his ma-ter, f.ouis XVI., the
prophet of democracy with pecrh-s j style,
had here lu younyc Thomas .leirersou" an
emissary stronger than a score of llnn
vouloim an emissary who was to put
Ihe Ideas of the "Social Contnct" Into
Iclli .!' II III Mm I Ml Ml .ll Ml.. Ml.
I. 17"fi. under the spell of battle Unit
pointed lden with bayonets and loaded
them with powder and hall. Voltaire at
Ferney wa- no -tranter to Ihe strii'ali1
thatwa-lo Introduce liluiato Franklin:
and even Goethe, Ihe serene artiit an I
poet ot tlie future, then a youni; man hi
the fever of that -torm" and pressure
period, and iu-t made famous by the ro
mance of Werihcr, had lu l'77:i, two
years before, bieii freitly stirred
by the -tory of the Jio-ton
tea-party ; and lie could not have been
ImlitlVrcnt to Its lilooily sequel. The
mator of thu rMii ago "of huiiniu cnl
lure. Kant, Herder, and I.cj-ing, al
though not then known by their chief
woiks were full of i sympathy ami hope
for free institution-', and ready for every
checrlny word Ironi the new republic,
wlio-e cau-e they afterward so heartily
vindicated.
So Hunker Hill helougi to modern
time, and had more to do with modern
thinking than it1- heroes knew. The
new age was ticgiuiiing, and they weie a
part of it. Tlie char.icterl-tie element.-.
of the nineteenth century wciv in them ;
mid thl century, as lias been will ob--erved
of Ihe century that reckoned
fiom tlie blrtli of Chri-t, actually began
about thirty years before lis 'minimal
date. Dr. Siwittrl O'joott, in tfarfr's
Mntttzinr far July.
A Momlrrliil IMnn Inr I'olillsliliia
.rniinM'r.
.Mr. Walter, of the London 77mc
newspaper, is said to be engaged in per
fecting a new ytcm of printini: that pa
per, or rather ot selling up the type. I or
-rune time, u good portion of tlie conipo--llinn
has been done by means of a ma
chine with keys like tho-e of a piano
forte, and Mr. Walter now propo-rs in.
stead of printing tlie whole edition of
the 77ri in l.uiidoii, tu tli-tnlmtc tlie
work among all the large cities
alio towns win re nic paper lin- a
large circulation. Ity means ol electric
wires extending from Ihe Loudon olllce
to Liverpool, .Maiichesier, Ilirinlngham,
I'dluhui'di. etc., hi1 ln:llcc- that bv
touching tin: key ol the lii-lrumeiit al
Iho former place Ihe type will bediopped
into their appropriate place- at the other
eMicmlties of the win-, and thus the
paprr bo i-imultaiieoiisly compoted by
, mi; .ii i ill .1111- lllilll III 1',
tlc wire-extend. It Is
iiie.n i iii 11111' iii.iii iii c.icu euy io wuicii
lly t
thai
aid
his ex
periments have Ikcu ?o far successful.
and that hi! lias the greatest confidence in
1 1 io practicability of tlie .scheme, which
will amount to' a icvolutlon hi typo,
graphical matter-.
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
WllooX'n Bloolt,
Corner Poplar find Elaventh fitreeta.
Hfir Highest Cash Frico puid for
Hogs and Cattle.
PRESCRIPTION FREE.
FOH Ilia eiiwly cure or hHiium wnusnM,
Ixist Manlioiil mid all lilaonlrra liroimht
on ty hullacnlluiu 1 "
Any DiiikkUi
lull Ilia in;
llenW. ,
Aildnsia, it- 1 w
.lxlw-lr, Clnrlnnatl. Olila.
Pirii-ra month to agentil.
urorywliaro
C3ZUU AiMri"H Kscnusion Mni
10 , liti-
rtiann, Mlrb.
M!V-WI,-
LMGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
Offi-vcl for Hale at
Great Reduction in Frioes
-IIV-
Domestics,
Prints,
Ginghams,
Table Linens,
LARGE STOCK OF
Lawns,
Japanese Silks,
Alpacas,
Lnw MiM'k ofWhiUi Oootls, Vlctorli I.awna, Bwlaa Maraallea, ami a tarzr Murk of
mtiDona. iiiisriiiirtixiix k win i ohl ittiiclii.il
mi'l neeoiinnrr.ioi itrvni ii.ir.ntn I i;i3is .
Corner Eighth
r-"tf
WM. GLENN & SONS.
i
Head-Quarters
! IMMENSE STOCK ! MEAT
COFFEE Rio, Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR New Orleans, Hard and Soft Refined.
SYRUP New Orleans and Eastern.
TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS
Finest Assortment in the
AL-iO
Commission Merchants,
ASI DKAI.KKs IN
Provisions,Flour,6rain, Seeds, Dried Fruit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
68, 70, and 72 Vine Street, CINCINNATI.
Clough & Warren Organ Co.'s
(Lato SIMMONS & CLOUGH. ORGAN CO.,)
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urn ii M ini 1 1 1 r.
SCRIBNER'S PATENT
n iiiMiilloii Invlnpanm.-t liiiiiinliitlnrliiKoii
inisiii, ul unu'ii uif iiiimi or vniii oi elm' i- ij in vi i j
iiii'HUM.I.iii'il llii'iiinllt or lonpiniili it 'I
:r;.i io U of llit H ?ios Qp: ol the Im tijiti'.j.
OiirrflibniKl'-Vovtilf-l'. o lliniiiiii.1. "Wilis. I'lilem," "K-lmi-t;oii.lir,M Uir
ilmiiiiini "Villi" or 'I Liieiiiil' Mop. Moms Horn "( piiioiu,' o Anz.lrt,"
' lull Mlicrln" uiul
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
L'iiii K'ol'liininlonly In llie-e i.-in
Fifty DifTorcnt StylbK.
For the Pnvlor nnd tho Church,
Tho Host Matorini nnu worKmansnip,
Qunlity und Volurao of Tone Unequalled.
PniCES, 00 TO ttOOO.
F&ciorv and Warerocas. Ccr. Cth d C&383 Sis., DETROIT, MICHIGAN.
' (Established in 18D0.1 Agents W
Address CLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
le.MV.M-Sia.
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
. W 4
mmnu muni
Wcit Bldn Commorolnl Avenue, botweon
iriirhtU and Ninth atreeta, j
(Nrit door lo .1 II111 jii-i 's dry jriioils Jloir )
A full line of llif lull "I nd mn'l r.l.lilonal'le .
slylm ol
HATS AND BONNETS
itlwnva on IiiiihI. Also rry inrHly of
Bibbomi Laoos and Trimmings,
t'rnnill.e thi.'pV to llif uu.jt V"-V,' ''''i
will llnJ any ami mryllilng In hir loie Inr a
voiaiiliteatrwt, lU or party cm till
1'ilcM to romtMi Willi any In the WaU.
rfAltn aiftat for tfce Home iiTfo Machine
Ul-lli-tf
NO. 151.
Sheetings,
Bleached Muslins,
Cretones,
Percales,
DRESS GOODS,
Suitings,
Silk Poplins,
Grenadines.
rot, nml coiillmif until It ! rlo--t mil. ( alt
ruin J,l i ,ll
St. and Commeroi&l Arr
for Groceries !
VARIETV! LOW PRICES!
West
-
4
o
o
o
o
M i v in I ' irn
QUALIFYING TUBES,
Hit fiiltne it put itlun of Kis-'d Instriuntnts,
l.y
Agents Wanted in Kvory County.
AMERICAN WASH BLUE
For Laundry and nouRoholdUso,
mwitw n.'iir.n at run
Annicu Ultiaauini Wcrh, Kevark, K. J.
Dm Wiidi lllne i Ihe WM In tli world II
1I1. not sliiMk, I'oiitiilns nollilnir lnJiirio..i lo
IiimIIIi ir riitiilci und i. "sl by all the urio;
luuiiilrirs 011 itri'oiint ot Its iilraahitf firn'tand
rliraimi'xs. snperliir fiir whllewaOdiiB. I'nt
up lu purViKv I'oini'iili iit lor I'lUnlly usf Price
liio'iiHinrli
for mile liy Ki')crr4 eerywliere. Ahrayaosk
fur Ihe MiH'rliiin W'mti lllne, II' yon want the
t;lieiiH't and lt.
AMBRIOAW ULTRAMAKINE WORKS
OiUcb, TJ WlllUtn Movt, 5m- Vork.
vs-dtiyltn
Commiuion Merohant,
AaJilfaln la
PLOUE, MSAL, OBAW'iY,
STu.
orncr:
W omii ut van.
wpt-lf,
( CAIRO, 1LUMO1.
O. OLOIE,
Omaral
Commiuion llorohant
AMD MAU
LIME, OXMXHT, PLAITBS,
HAIR, Jto.,
Under City lUtiMl Mmmk.
I WILL Mil In rar-loail loU at Maiilkcturara
prlcet, Hiding i rtight.
JOHN B. PHXIAIS
AND SON.
(SinvrMori la John II nulla)
FOBWASonro
ASH
Oommiggion MerchanU
Aiel Dnlers In
HAY, OBK, OATS. PLOUB,
MXAI, UAK, U.
Agist for LirUV tKAVB 70W9BB 00
:Conir Taatlt ttraat u4 Okl
Lava.
. I). Matbuia,
K. C.
MATHUSS fc UHL,
FORWASDINO
Ami Gttitnl
Commission Merchanta
llanlrra In
OBAHT. HAT
PBODUCE,
FLOUB.
AND
Q4 Ohio
K. .1. A)rri.
S. I. Arrfa.
TBES Ac CO.,
A ad gtntaatl
Commission Merchant
No. 78
OHIO LEVEZ.
W. fAliakM. w. r AXLKY. I. U. W1U.
PARKER, AXLEY ft WILD,
(Siiccf .som to I'arker A Axley.)
--OINHIAL
COMMISSION MRCHANTS
from in
Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour and Coun
try Produce Generally
ORANGES,
LEMONS.
and CHOICE
BUTTER,
A ."iwrlalty.
190 Commercial Avanue, CAIRO, ILL,
.ivs-is-tr
ur.isT. rmsf.it
U II. COMMillAM.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(-urctstors loMlllfr .. Tarker,)
FOBWABD O
AND
Commission Merchants
.ml IHalrra In
WHEAT, MEAL, GBAIN, HAY,
ETC.
mni 1. .
01 Ulllll LLM.l..
j (MHO, IU.INOIS.
S3"WVhavc Imaeil Hip Vfllutr H'ar-
liou.r, torif rapacity .1,isi Inns, wnlcn Rlvra
iii anipli! lai'iiltira I'm stirlng aul ilileplUK
1-s-tf.
IWHVHAXCK.
C.N. HUGHES,
Crutrnl-
Insurance Agent
orncx:
OZZZO Xj
VXXI,
Orr Mathnit 4 Tnu'i.
N
OXK tut
t'lrit-Claaa Cuniaa!ra rcpri
M'bttil .
INSURANCE.
ESTASLHMSO 1858.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND C ANDES,
(imrral
Insurance Agents.
73 OHIO U2VEE,
City HaUaaal BaJak aHlUlaf, -Uiri.
Tha Oldaat Eatabliahad Aarenoy In Soulb
arn lUlnola, rapraaaatlng ovxr
I6S000 000.
Tow-Boat For Sale
THK Suliacrlbrr
offrra for aal Ihr
X TowIdk
Strn-Whl Baal. Ikf lUaamla.
wlthmgiiwrt, loachiiiMT, UralM, apsaurl ant
nirpuiire aa ao now ilea ai Lairu, 111a.
Iter Imirtb la Ui (tot, brr brnulth M feat, kat
Icoth fivl ami maaaurea toua. h has I
bolUra M fact ions anil tS Inchea ilIoiHT, 1
prsuraDMina wunejiiauara n im
liKWr autl 0 reat alokt) t fctd poatM
;bea is illaraaUr ana 17 iatfaw Melt 1
awodtni uproTfBaou,a(M u la tf
atauAMi, aa irortcy, and la gooa
oTliuoa. rot larma pptju.
Cro, nia,, 5oTntwr3, 1ST4,
OpConntY tiJ(R!rwJ Wai a ajieclnltT.

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