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UMCKHIKN.
CMHIMI1V CMA)ITII.
r. w. mixiat,
FORWARDING
AMO
W. L. BRISTOL,
FAMILY
OROGER.
Rood everything portaining to
tbo lino of Btaplo and Fanoy Oro
ooriog, Woodonwaro, Vegetables,
Fruita, Sic, tic.
VOL. 7.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1875.
NO. 153.
Commission Merchant,
Amlttealer In
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN HAY,
JETU.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wtioleaalt knt Retail Dealers U
Foreign and Domestic
WINItt OF A Mi KIN DM,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MKSSilr . PMVTII A CO. tTt antly
Urn atriok nf lh lal rX.I. tbu Nlr-
kct, and (iTteipaclal attention toll nhoUaaU
ranrn 01 me uiuidim
he.
"A Yniikve Judge In Egypt."
In nutlelii tin- fact o Hit cutalillitiinent orti
International court tit law In Kgyut, forlhe trll
orroirlK'Kroi and the appointment nf Hen. Hat-
heller, inn- fifJIU Judges, llie l-imdoii (liaplilc
thus deliver Itself i
O'er "llauila.l's tower offrelled KM
Olil cenlnrle, their jran lime rolled,
Ol'l Cairo lie lieuejth the Nile
Witli Indolent niul dreamy miiIIc
Watching the hoarv river flow
Inlo the ullent 'in below
Anil ttire thelaiy mueiriu'a cull,
Umlroway ear or mom ilotli fall,
n n t nfnphlnx ami riuiiliJ
Fioiii mortal km r,ire-r Mil,
l.ki sacred a the hlililrn deep,
A riddle neier to lie I tin I,
'till o'er 'lime's liter tltr mystery
He rem nf vait eternity
Full lorty centuries hac to'liil
O'er pyramid nfCheop-i olil.
Old Meiiiuun looks o'er (oleum lnd,
Anil wake the sun iif other landv,
Aud "true belleers" lire the it
)fll-uud Yankee Court
ufh oi.ilrti KK) it never sw
At VaJikee-, UihIIuk Kf)pl' law
ICE!
IGE
ICE!
Bass and Injyruber
BAWLS
HARMONEKAZE,
Tisclioing Taccli,
HUSE, LOOMIS &CO.,
FOR HUOYS.
:i n lioilnr liii; that they
iiiriuixl to supply vvcrvlmdy vtIIIi
Tale Kievil ili-jlllt- III
mi' nun
LAKE
of the very l-l 1 1 1 o 1 1 1 y , eltl-r at their hum-en or
at I !- lor-s. uni-ii tiiiiim i nil hi hi-lllllie,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
Itt-.VIvtl
CAIRO, ILL.
Aggot and Opal
M ARBELLS
Belle and Iurn bounde
ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! ! i
JOHN SPROAT,
Wholesale ami Hi tall Iiiulrr in
Roaling Whoops 0BE LAKE ICE
Fur Boizo and Gurlz.
Jumping Roaps,
Vealloscipeads,
Krowkay Cets,
CHEEPE.
A Hor for Sale.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO IIX.
POND'S
EXTRACT
l'ho People's Remedy.
Tho Univcraul Pain Extractor.
Cairo and Kankakco, III.
cairo orriCE t
At Uulen ek Wilson's, Corner Twelfth St
ana onto uavve.
T will run an Ire wairnn throughout the
.1. Scaon, ililiverinx pure lake lie In any
artor tin-cl IT at the lourtt market price, ami
will ahui funifpili my friends out. hie the r.lty with
lehythe cake or car load, p.tckei In sawdust
or hliiiiient to any distance.
iiutkij.
GRAND CENTRAL
HOTEL,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Coiuor 13 i nil tlx Stroot.
WM. WKTZEL. Proprlotor.
A TltllSTV WHti-ti ki pt iiirlit ami ilny for
II imina ami mi-uuiiniuiii
Brtrkr'M C'ouM-rtMlUiu.
'1'lic outliiciik (if tlio Kiivoltitlon in 17'J
mciiaix-il KuroiH- with one ol the jm-ati-U
of till evlia the iiri'inntiire iulontloti el
liberal liistltiitloii. Forever vain anil
ulwnyit fruitful of nriMlli'lntis evil will U-
atlcinpU to foiiiul a K'erniniiit hv IIki
whole m-otiiowiii'rellie inasol the woik-
Inir population are urosily l-rtiorant anil
KiiKcr.-lltlmii. '1'lie rca-Hon U kjiown to
all who have hail an opportunity ol'elo-ely
obJervlliK the workiui's of Mich mini'.
They can only tie waycil hv arU which
iioni:i inteiiiL'eneu uin nut UH'. anil
thi-rcfon; they will he usually irovernetl
I IV tiicii who have an Interest In tulh-ail-
liiif tiieni, iitx-at lirltalii wan ncanr :
retmbllc than any other nation in Ku
roie: Din j-.iiL'ianii, too, neeiieii anomer
century to l-K the Uiii-rooni reduced, the
x:ojile school iit-velojH.-il in evcrv par-
Mi. anil the ctiucau.-ii clan. iutuncivaiivc
to the "folly of lieapln Importance upon
IlllOli. '
Kiliniind Iturke wa the man who.
more than any other, hold Knjrlund hack
ironi revoiuiion in rir Jiationai nn
x-als to the rational laenlly could not
lave availed. Antiallcil at what he saw
in 1-raiiiv, Itnrke, aller thirty years' ad
voeaey of liberal iirinclplcs, and a-sltlt)K
to create a republic In America, became
a tanatie ol coiiKTvalNui, and terrilhd
I.IH'l.inil Illtl kt.-ltlllllli' In- tin- mnlinri'liv
Ile was alariuol by tlielnllux ol Kreiicli-
meu into r.nianu, iiyiu ironi hn J, (in
terne, and he Ltive vehement Hitmort to
me Alien Act. wnicti utiiiiorl.eii I lie
Hinninary exnuMon from the kln-'dom
of loreij-'iiers ujecte(l by the uovern
ment. eiictnent borne of nn en
tence read like lunacy. It was in the
coiin-e of thU debate that the celebrated
laaer .'ccnc occurred which Gllray has
witirtzod. A wild tale reached the ears
of the manufacture of daggers' at lllnnln
liain for the u-e of French Jacobins in
hugland, ami one of them was given him
im a secimen. It wa an Implement of
eiicJi undecided form that It might have
M-rveil it a dagger, a tiike-head. or a
carving-knife, lie dashed It upon the
noii ortnu iioiim: oi uomiuoui, almost
hitting the fmit of an honorable member.
nu-i )m.. .id it, tiectnttit ngattit tin mi ,
liapppyeMli-s In the highest style of ab-
unlity. "Mhen they smile." said he.
i see wooii trickling down their iaoe ; I
'i' llirlr ln-l(llou niiriiii.i'i I mi- that
the object ofall their cajoling Is blood."
A paii-e en-ucil alter the orator had
iokcii u wiiiie in tut-- strain. " 1 on nave
llirown down a knlle, said Mieridati;
where is llie lorkf" A shout of
laughter followed thl s-ally, which re
lieved the suppre-eil lii-llugs of the
I loue. but spoiled the "ellect ' ol .Mr.
Ittirkc'iJ pcrlortnance. 7aifii 7'iiron, in
llarji'r t .Magazine JvvJMy,
uttering a word, got nn hoard n boat, and
'turned to New Vork. In n day or two
niter he wrote n letter to onu of the fam
ily npologl.lng for liU strange and Mill.
tieit uepaniire, alleging ui.jv " ..
were so excited that he could not remain,
or at the nioinent give any explanation.
ilicn follows tnese strong aim "I'liMm.'
words : "Kvcr since that sail event,
which severed me from the holchunian
race, 1 have lecn ns Incapiiblt of giving in
receiving conolatlon. I oetoniepnineii.
body and mind, by such sechc.' iiatea
.larcliJl, loin, inin u ' ",
wretched man was haunted through Hie
with the appalling Image, of a fatal -cene.
The slglit of a rollln palsied him in body
and inlnd.
The i:rlh'N lllilniiei- rril Hie Sun.
IN. V. World, Mill
noted In the IIVW ye4crday,(i. II.
Aire, the Astronomer Uoial, lias re
ceived Irom Mm French obsiirvers ol the
transit or Venus the lirst reditu 01 tneir
calculallon ol the angle of parallax, uuk-
Ing It 8,17:1 mkjoihh. nils eorre-'pou'ii in
a solar uiiance ni u.ioo.omo ii m
round numljerj. .No particular depend
ence can ho plaeiil on this result (which
Is also earned only to three iietmiai
tilacesi: the object of so many postn ot
observation of the transit being to select
the In-.st corresponding ot Indepeiuient
observation", the variance of which, it Ii
hoMil, will be on this occasion very
slight. The calculation ot Kncke. ha-ed
on the transit of 17ii!). made the earth's
solar dl-tanee O.vtW.OOD milt", the paral
lactic angle being S.r,77,liJseconds. That
was the accepted dUtaneo in the text
books of llfti.t'ii year,! ago. Astronomers
got to be OlssatUlied with It, and with
the help ot later oiiM-rvations cut it uown
to !J,(M)0,(XjO. against which there has
been within the lat two years some rc
Im'HIoii as yet too high a llgttre. One of
the immediate effects that a discovered In
accuracy of a million miles would have
upon the general public would he the up
setting ol other solar distances in this
particular planetary system, with trilling
alterations among the distances ol the
tlxeil stars.
KukIUIi mill AmblHii llortiei.
Among turfmen in Kngland there Is a
dlllerenee of opinion as to the relative
merits of a Urn class F.ugllsh race horsy
and a horse of pureAraV; blood. Admiral
Hons, a great authority, one ol the
Jockey Club stewards, believes in the su
licrionty of the KnglMi thorough-bred,
and that the improved race horse can give
an allowance In weight of 2S pounds to
the Arabian. The result of a match
which took place at the recent spring
meeting at Newmarket, in Kngland, be
tween Avowal, a fottr-yearold one-third
of Arab and two-thirds of Kng-ll-li
blood and the race horse .Mr. Fox;
7 year old. hardly sustains the Admiral's
view. Avowal, although nllowcd only
10 iiouii'is. and haviue- been in trainluL'
but three weeks, won easily. Jt Is arguwl
that tills result shows that the infusion of
tVrab blood palnablv enhances the stav
ing powers of the British Ihoroughbreil,
but. on the other hand, it Is said that
this match can not be regarded as a true
test, as Mr. Fox is tar Ironi lielng ona of
the best hores in Kngland, having been
H-atenhauiy ny i.owlander In the Hunt
."uii, and .Scamp in the Goodwood
Stakes. i
Itemed)- for llie Siiiiili Ituif.
The following Is a certain preventive
of injury to vines by the sipiadi or en-
cuinncr uug : i ine poiinu ninii piaster,
one table-iiooiilul turpentine : inl.M-il and
Pi'Iuklid on (he vines at any time when
the bugs are on. Fruit Jttcvnttr.
LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
Offered fur Sole nt
Graat Hduotion in Frio,
- IIY-
Domestics, Shootings,
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Ginghams, Cretones,
Table Linens, Percales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Lawns,
Japanese Silks,
Alpacas,
Suitings,
Silk Poplins,
Grenadines.
t-ariie Stock of Whltu OooUa. Victoria Lawna, Swlna Miim.illeu, ami n tiire StotV of
ttlDUOns. jiiiHrniiretioi'K win lie oni ni iiriuii run, nmi cnnriiiii. iinin li riu.nl out. call
ml oecoiiTlmetloruteal llurKalui i I r.K.u.i Si 1(111 l.v ( A.1I1.
Gornr aElglith. St. and Coxnmeroial Avt
The Uit of arroiiiliirxlntloii9
1,'UuU at 'I o Dollnrs l r tUr.
for tnin.Iriit
:i-i-tr
Noto:
Ask for Ponil'" Eli-ot.
Tukn no oilier.
"Ilinr fori nill -k of iviellint llihu.
FOR
EXTRACT
Injuries to Man or IUhHi,
run. 1 1 nn 'I'
St nil ni, .Siiralti', Coutu-
. Ollli. II , OCJIIOIK.
l'rHrlnr-. I uti, Ijirem-
tnl or iuciMil MoiimlA
tHrllliiKN,lliiriis,Scnlilii,
Muiuoiim.
lllet-dliiK I.iiiikn, or
Ml ttlllL-orttloiHl
Sum- Kleell, ami lllreil
Iii2 (iuim or tilth
VolllltllltfOr IttlMlll Ull'l
lllnoilv lLch.irift-d.
IMIik llleeillnv I'ilen.
itlliel i-iii-a, iiniaiuiiie )
bHflleil Fan-
Hlieiiiuntliaiii, Uheumii-UcMiellhiKorSoivni-itii,
Miiiiiimi) i,r Miiem-ss,
l.iillliniKII, Willie liai'K
Niire 'I'liniHt or Quinsy,
. IIIIU,II,1 l,
llillierla. Ilriuielil.
IIX, SII.
Ntironi' liithumil Kjit nr
l.)l-ll19
4'llllirrll. t. neon he.i ,
lllurihiM, !) nliry
.Sure .Nlpplex, Iiitluinnl
IIIMISI
I'lilllflil m- too I'llll'll.
.Moullille.
3111k l.cir. owirlim HU
tiifcu mill 'ruiiiorn.
Kidney CimiiiiIiiIiiI.
RFMFnv univei nun sirunmiry.
ntmcuiunminij, , i:,.im.
linns oi milium, or
A'lulln
Vurleose Veins, Kn
liiri!i-il or IiiIIiiiiiiiI V eliiK
lllet-r. ohl miivs, Inlrr
mil Ulceration
IIOilM, Clllhlllll'led, 'I'll -
inol'it, Hot ,S)Mi'1IIiii:h.
wiioi.f:ki.i: mo't:itM.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-Ami
Commission Merchants
AORNTS AMERICAN POWDER CO
57 Ohio Lovoe.
II A.'lhonn.
I., li. Thorn.
PEOPLE'S
EXTERNAL
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Surreaitoia to II M lllilen,)
Commission Merchants
Ami ilmlirs in
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
I'oibIku and Domestic Fruita mid Nuts
184 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
INTERNAL 'ri.Hun.l UfmlMiM, Chaf.
! 4tl or Sne Krtt
USE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
l'liiiHiif,ll;inii'.tsnr Sail-
11 I' 1.1IIH
IVIon or VV'hitlou-, Krnt-
ii I i.imuii or rum,
.Hoiiilln lltlea. Iiutrt
iSIUiKK, tluiiiel llamu.
Ilualrr hi
(ivii-N l'.X'l-ltAt'T U forsnleliviill l-'lmt.
t'lnsH ttriiKKiol".)") lui''iiniH-.liliil hy
nil UiucKlxtd, I'liysidaim, iiml -ry-
uiMly who mm 'Ver men it.
i'uiiiiilili.1 cAiilnliiliiir Ili.torv ami Uses niiill.
ill fiee on iiiliiutliin, II' not I'oiiiul ut your
liniKKKI
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
New Yorli mill London.
l8-a-H-itly
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
r. o. xxtjxixjis,
FROraiETOR.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
lulletln Bulldlugr, Corner Twelfth treat
and Washington Avonue,
Oatro, Xlllxxoia
County anil lUllronil Work a iwclalty,
BOAT STORES,!
I Commission Merchant,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
QI'KCIAI. ttltentlou n I H'U IocoikIkuiiii'IiIii nmi
IIIIIiue oiilen,
OrraiiUiilloii of llie lti-iiililiriiu
I'urty.
The Iletiubliean icirty of Missouri, for-
ttierlv the Free Democratic part v. vv a
oriraiiied In the winter of 1&C0 by O. I .
Filley, .lohu How. lI.Ur.it Drown, II.
It. llraiieh, .lume.s O. liroadhead, Samuel
T. Glover. Henry lloernstein, (Jharles I.,
ltenrivs, .1. II. (ardeuhlrc.Carl Daenzer,
Allen I. Hlchardion. Uen. Farrar, Mar
ten Able. (.'has. M. KHeard, James Ca
tello.It.J. Howard. 1'. T. MeSherry,
Henry t . mow, Alexis .Miidd, r rauKiiu
A. Ulek, Kernard l'lM-iinlng, Win.
Doeneh, John II. Fl?c, .llio. U. hittoti
anil .1 no. J. Ilichatdsou. The Ill's t I!e-
jiiililleau couveulion met In the small hall
of tlio Mercantile Library, May
10. l.VJO, wllli llrnwn us chalrtuau
and Doane, Kidd, I'atilu and llorg us
si-eretaries. They put forward the name
of Ldwaril Itates lor l're.-klent and sent
delegates to the National Republi
can convention uti. hicaL'o. I rani; mair
was the chief ."peahcr at the ratlllcatlou
meeting to suptiert Lincoln, nud u light
iwcitrred around the nlatform. which lei
ine mair men to orgauizu ine mo
Awaked, who carried catnphene lamps on
the ton of blir clubs and Immediately
made a reign of terror in the streets. The
renins unit turce ot r rami mair were
discernible In everything, that was done,
llirhtlnir Included. St. Louis east at the
ensuing Presidential election ll.l.hl votes
lor Frank Hlalr, VM1 lor .1. Kicharii uar-
rett. and -i.VIJ for Albert Todd
Whig. In the whole State of
.Missouri, Lincoln got 17,017 out
of liW.000 votes. Douglas and
Hell received nearly the smiw
number o! voles, while llrecklnridge only
got about IW.OOO. Mr. Wow came to
Missouri In l:tO from Alabama, though
ne was a native ot Virginia, in iir. u
D. Hlley was born In Connecticut InlStH!
and came to St. Louis in 1821). IIii advo
eated the abolition ol slavery in Mlssour
long prior to 1RI8 and put Ids name at the
ueaii oi uiu can lor auoiuion lit the latter
year and was elected mayor, lloerustcin
was a native ol Hamburg, Germany, edit
eated lu Poland, n soldier in the Austrlai
tinny ami an editor amladramatlcauthor
In lenna. who had risen toniilmtiortunl
literary and artistic rank on the continent
aim in fans, when he iook lire during
ine revolution ni isiti aim cmigrateii
America, He took chartru of the An
zclger des Westeus and was an eminent
spirit amongst tlio (.icrmaus.
IA1NTANI OIIX.
B.
F. PARKER,
Under ln-
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
33XVCTJBXXXafip.
Wall Papor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shados, &o.
Always on IiauJ, the celelirutwl llluniluatlDK
AUltOIlA Oil,.
Broaa' Bulldlns,
Corner Eleventh Street and WMblnv
ton Avenua
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
WM. GLENN & SONS.
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
IMMENSE STOCK! (IK EAT VARIETY! LOW PRICES
COFFEE Rio, Laeuayra, Java, Mocha..
SUGAR New Orleans, Hard and Soft Refined
SYRUP New Orleans and Eastern.
TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS
Finest Assortment in the West
AUSO
Commission Merchants,
orrter-.
Mniuni.KVEic.
cs-tr.
t Atno.iu.isois.
O. CLOSE,
Oeneral
Commission Merchant
AMD BlAt.tR IH
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
1TAIB, &0.,
Uader City Natleaal Bk.
I W 11,1, mill In rar-loo.1 lot, at manufacturer,
iirlcca, atlitliiK t'reUlit.
JOHN B. PHXXXI8
AND SON.
(Surettiors to John n. rhlllla)
FO&WABDINa
Commission Merchants
Ami Dealer In
1TAY,
ORN, OATS. PLOUH,
KZAL, BRAN, etc.
AgenUfor IAFLIH ARAKD POWDKE CO
:Corar Tentk Street and Oklo
Lai
7.. I). Mutliuis.
E. C.
MATHTJSS dc UHL,
FORWABDINO
Ami Uonerut
Commission Merchants
Dealer In
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
Q4 OXxio Xjovoo.
AX I) I)KAt.KltS IN
Provisions,Floiu:,6raiii,Seeds,DriedFruit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
68, 70, and 72 Vine Street, CINCINNATI.
-3..lin
Clough 8c Warren Organ Co.'s
(Lato SIMMONS Si CLOUOH ORGAN CO.,)
-IMI'ltOVIU)-
CABINET ORGANS
ilco
Corner Poplar and
m 33 loo lc.
Eluvuntli Sti'naU.
SayiliKUcst Cash Prico pitid for
Hogs and Cattlo.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionable Barber
HAIR XmXUHX22fl.,
NOllTJl SIDK OF FMIHTH STUKKT
Between Waahlntrton and Commercial
Avonnev.
REST! REST!!
Evor present "Rest for tlio Woary."
Malttvea, I'illuWn mill Itutiti r lit
G. W HICK'S
Mattress Manufactory,
I'miier nf Xlni'lnmlli niul 1'iinlar Htllt'lA, lie
twii'ii the New Viirk More ami Col , Tailor'anf-
I1C4-, an fiillnvvit Kceblr iiml blnick .Mat
ImKvi. full aip. i-nltnn toll. ' Ml UTillul nlie
inllini top. 'n coixl plain Miuel MattlviM, l
unil V lAilliiBe, hltiKle, ami Crib Maltlvs-e ut
n-lili-iM urieen In suit the haul tinier. 'I ernn
trli tlyi'uali. lllgln-t cali I'rli'e iW lor mm
klnu-kn, ilcltwml at mv wciorj .
6-Ji-iliw-tw.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
Dealer in Fresh Moats
EIGHTH
Iteiiiome ur Auron llurr.
itev. j. m. Aineiionaiti, I), I)., in ine
Observer relates tlio following nnecdoto oV
Annul Itnrr! Mnnn iilYni. Iila .il,,,, iVm,
Kiiropii, hu went to visit family on tlio' TCK vei
...... ,,u iitiii i,i;,i
lonjj Intimate. Not luiorineil of tlio situ
ation of the lauiily at that time, lie en
tered the parlor, nud tlio lli-st olilect that
presented Itself was a corpse laid out In
the usual way. Ho liUmtly started
back; and, slier a moment's iiause, ex
claimed, "Uood God! vvlioJU thatV" On
being Informed it was the gmudou of
Ida liiend, he Hat down on a chair, and,
eoverhur hU faco with hU hands,
sat Homo elht or ten minutes ap
parently In the utmost agony. He then
suddenly nroic, left tho Jiottso without
STREET,
ntt Commercial
Avenue., aAloininif Hanny'a
r i.. n.n i-.i iwr. l'srk. Mutton
iiir w - v. .. i. .
Vw to "en-,, i'lifill lea In an afentaM- manner
o
d
u
h
o
8
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(I)
H
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E, .1. Ayrcs.
S. D. Ayrcs.
AYRES Sc CO.,
3BXjOX73
Anil general
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
0
H
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M,
H
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P
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u.vr. rAitKKii. w. r.Aiwt. j. it. wan.
PARKER, AXLEY & WILD,
t!)Ucceora to I'arker & Axley.)
oissaiiAt.
COMMISSION MEHCHAHTS
Denlera In
Ilay, Corn. Oats, Flour and Coun
try jfrouuco uonorutiy
ORANGES,
LEMONS,
and CHOICE
BUTTER,
A Si'Cflully.
100 Comuieicliil Avenue, CAIRO, ILL.
GrandCombinationOips
UYAST. I-AIIKKII.
II. II. t't'NNINnilAtl.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(Mii-i'turfora to Miller A 1'arLer,)
FORWARD G
AUD
Commission Merchants
Ami Oealera In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
ETC,
CAIItO, H.I.lNdlS.
riTTfll WITH HIE NKVYLV ISVKNf FII
SCRIBNER S PATENT QUALIFYING TUBES,
An Inventlnii havliiK a l.n..t liiii.irtanl la-avinif on llie future reiuiUllim i.f It.'jjl IiietrumeiiH, l.y
liie.ini nrvvliieh tin- iiuanlity nr volume ( tuiu; U very l.irgel)
lliereaKeil, ami tlieiiuilltv iil tiiiileinlil'"l
h: to til1, of the H Pipe Op: of tlii Sans Cpt?.
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,.,.,i-,lm. "i-.lli," nr "L'ai uueL" ampi, "iieiin ih'iii.
Oil 1 I ell
I'nlllilir." llie
'Vox AiiKtlet,"
" Vittl.l Ktlieila" unil
ALL THE LITE IMI1lOVEMENTS
Can lienlitaliieil only In llie-e Oritaiia
Fifty Difforont Stylos,
For tho Parlor and tbo Churob,
Tho Bost Mator al and Workmanship,
Quality and Volurao of Tono Unoquallod.
PHIOE8, QO TO tfOOO.
Fadorv and Warerooms, Cor. Gih and Cnngress Sts., DETROIT, KICHl&AN.
(Established in 1850.) Agonts Wantod in Evory County.
Address CLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
tS-l-lS-M-Slll.
PROTECT YOUR BUILDINGS
X.anirlBv'a Patent Slate Paint.
Villi Slllmu TlM. lllON AND llllAVKI. ItOOt S,
TlilHld a Fire ana wawr-rrooj " v,
lieclally llcliiiiil lor Htilimle roof. Ali oW
oof,Sfti-l'aTiilel. will oiithut a new onoun
painttM, an.U iievvr.ir will la.t lUvec time M
toiiKiiUte.l'ulnteil. A auialter of eciiiiomy i
roof ovU paint more tliun any otlivrparl of a
bulWIng. l'rlcc, W eentilier fiMoa. bwul lor
pamphlet. AirenW wanteil. ,
WILLI8 S. JAOKaON.Gen'l Anent,
Sl.0-3.wlt, W WiwIiluRtou bt., Clilcauo,
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
West aldo Commercial Avonuo, ootwoon
HATS AND BONNETS
.-I.... !
alwaV on liaml. Aboevwy vumu u.
Ribbons Laoos and Trimmings,
from Hie cheat! to llie most ciHr- l-wl
wlll lliiilany ami eveiyllilnu In tier .tore mm
complete atiwl, bill or party euj !
l'rlcea to lomiiete w III nnr lntlie Het.
rS-AUo aiteiit for the Homo Sewlu Mnclilnc.
Iw-s-iu-tf
oincK !
Ill OIIIIILKVI.K.
KJ"Veliavele,iwl Hi lirtre Vellow Ware
house, alnnice capacity 3,diio tons, which Kiven
u, ample laollitiea IVr stoilnif anit nhippliu;.
l!-!tf.
I.NUHANCK.
C. N. HUGHES,
General
Insurance Agent
OFFICE:
OXXXO IjBVBH,
Orer Xatnuii UM'i.
VTONK but Firat-CIoM Comnlea repre
AMERICAN WASH BLUE
For Laundry and Household Ubo,
MANl'I'AC I I'ltKI) AT TUP.
Amtrican UltiiaitiM WorW. A'swr-i J.
Our Vii,li lilac U H lt In llio worlil It
Lie nut Mit-uk, eontalua iml'"'lf Inly lo t
lunllll or faUrli)' iiml I iiwl ,uy nil Uiy wrtte
ui ii'lr Von iiivonnt of 1U plmalnit ff-tuil
S wi. Hiiierliir lor vviltewahln. I'ut
mi hi pacUjte 'onveiileiit tor family unu. l'rlcw
1 v-MLl'J,.,i' l' irmi-ripVlTVVrliei1I. Alavuk
fur the American Wash lilue, If you wanttUc
cheupeit anil la-'bt.
AMERICAN UI.TBAMCARINE WORKS
OBlro, 74 William Strut, New York,
1 5-a-iUw-lm.
benliHl,
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1868.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
General
Insurance Agents,
73 OHIO LEVEE
City Kattonal numag, up-itain.
Tha OJdaat Katabllahad Ajranojr In Santa
era Illinois, KpraMnttaa- ovnr
$05 000 000.
Tow-Boat For Sale
THE Subscriber oBer for Ml llie 8t
Towing Stern-Wboel hut, Ika llanunltt.
wlttieiiKlueu, maclilniiry, Ucllea. apparel and
mniltuniahenowlleatailo,IlU.
tier lengUi U IM feet, bar breadtb U
ieptU5leetim4 raeaaurea e Wn-J
boler reel iorw and 36 ncliea U lamrtw, llWah
preasureenglncawUbcyllnaerii 17H
Vawvter and feet tokci tad puaapa Hlu
clndlSieUr and 17
moiUrn Improverorott.ayt Ujn Tar rugat
i launch, ia worthy . and In good aonKwl Cmt
oavflcauoa. For Wrma wUfki
OaUO.UU.tMOVtBUlS.Uil.' SlUMaH

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