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HflCKME4.
W. L. BRISTOL,
FAMILY
GROCER
Keep everything pertaining to
tho line of Staplo and Fanoy Gro
ceries, Woodonwaro, Vogotablos,
Fruits, &a, Sto.
Hi
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nlktin
Offt, Bulletin. 23ull41ttcr, Citnet "Twolftlv atzant and "Ws.3H5.i.;t3. Ji.-von.wo.
VOL. 7.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, .! I INK 18. 1875.
NO. 154.
K. SMYTH & CO., C?:
VI,olc,,it nn.l IWUill lKlf lu
Foreign and Domestic
LIQUORS
i ii
WINE OF ALL I4IM.
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MUK-Ut' fMVUI A CO. have . nlly
u lr(fr Hook of Uie -M roihIi In It llnr
Lrl, mil Kl"i'li1 all.iitlnn lull, lioLl
ranch ol the tiuloi-i.s.
K'E.
Try
My New Style Mixed
TEA,
ICE!
ICE ICE
DiU'eront Combination From any
Uoforo Otlored in tba Market,
uud of Excollent Flavor.
Whittaker Hams
WISCONSIN BUTTER,
Swimt exd Illub
Central Hop Yeast
Akklu ThU Hummer.
1NKW STYLE
LAMP CHIMNEYS,
BEE THEM
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
POND'S
EXTRACT
Tho People's Remedy.
Tho Universal Fain Extractor,
Ak fur PouV Eitluat.
Take no other.
lor I will timik of all,nl lliliin
HUSE, LOOMIS & CO.,
'lulr Itlfjt l.11lirv III UlllniUl.rlllK ttldt tlifV
nf niif iteuiri i atiilyevrr)liAlv wldi
IiAKTi ICE
of llif imj' l't it1ity, rlllirr ill llii-lr liutix-. or
al Ihr sllll.-. llliI'M hikiiim l.' Ifll it l llic
utUrr,
No. 00 Ohio I.ovee, CAIRO, ILL.
ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! ! !
JOHN SPROAT,
'l.i.li-i-il an. I lln.ill Dntlrr In
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo and Kankakeo, III.
CAIRO OFFICE :
At Hulon & Wilson', Comer Twelfth St
and Ohio Levee.
ultttiw.
(will run an lir uukuii llirnnctiotit tie
.iiii'on, lUlllriin,; iiiii- lake lit' in uliy
jirt',r Hi city lit tli- luuiat market iriv, mnl
will l..iliirnliih in j Airii.Uiinlililr Uiei-lty wllti
i.-livlli- take or cur Iim!, -.k-,l In .uwiln.t
or (fiiimirni lumiv ili-un..-.
iiti:kh.
GRAND CENTRAL
HOTEL,
COMMERCIAL AVEWUE
ooruur .taieim ti-oet,
WM. WKTZKL, ttor.
A
HIU-.1Y- w.tch Vi-iit niytit m,l ily r.ir
UIU Hil l tlrHNlliuJts
ll.t l!l or vruiumiKliiliiiiis
ent.l. ktTvtn Hollars r iluy
lur tr.inilnil
.Vis If
put
EXTRACT
I FOR
Injuria". toMmi or Uru-H,
I Ml, ilrultr.
iliulna, .sprain. Contu
sion,, DMocMInn.
t'riirlur. (,'iit, Ijitpiu-
till or lnciil Wound
ni'llliilt,lliinis,Si'HlJ-,
nuiiiurns.
Ult'lMlllllC I. IllltS. 01
.SlilllliiKiirillooil
Xohv lllt'.'.l, uiiil lllts-,1
Iiil' Hum- or T.th
Voinll Inif ill lllooil uml
Woody lllubtirirn.
IMIck - lllrnlliiit I'lln.
lllliuU'llm, (InUllllile.)
rollinchP,KRiaol)f,Nii-
ibIk'Io, Hnrllnl Fare
RliriimiillHiii, itliilliuu-
ur MvniinKrrNoicnsj,
UiHiif.x) or .suipiih.
I.UIIlllUlfil. Illlio llu-k.
Hurt' Tiironl in Ouiiibv.
Iiillumul ToiiaUh,
Ulitliri-ln. llruiiclii.
lis, Aothinn.
Nin e 01 I ll Itul lie. t Kyr nr
I Hyt-llilH
Ttiliirrh. Irfiiroi rlnn ,
lUarrliin, II) ncnliiy
Hutv Mlltplt'H. Iniluiiinl
IlilllM
1111' 'I'MllllllI nr Inn l'lufilii'
I .Molillilln
prOPI F'Q Milk i.t-tr. ovDiimi ih-
uwruu an,i Tiuimr.
Hliliiiy Ct)iiiiliilul.
QPIWIPnV (iniMl mill SlriiuKiiiy
nC.iVIC.UT,(lllll,KH ,vli f5tr,i.
Iliiini of lnlnnln, oi
tun AllllllH
I'lll-ll-llbM Vll,IM. Y'ltm
cvrrDMll i.ii(!niui iiiiuiiiiii vriin.
LAICnnHL 'v'r. ()i Sniiw, Intel
. mil IMiinilliiiis
AN" llolli, Culbiini'lfj, 'In
mors, Hot Swrlllin:
INTERNAL 'rii uml lliiiilmis linil'
nl or fiiu1 l"ui,
v., r. 4'liHlliitN,llurni'i"ior Sul
USE. "uii".
IVIoii or Wlilllow, I'toU
nl I.lnilH or I'M.
Muiiiito HIIpn, lusrcl
' HtlMgK, CllHllM lllllllU,
wnoi.ri.i.i; ikoi'i:hn.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-AIM
Commission Merchants
AUKNTH A.MKKICAN VOWUlUt CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
II A . Thoiin
I. II '11,0111
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Sncifsnirt to II M llnlrn,)
Commission Merchants
Ami ilrulrr In
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
foieltrii ttUit Domentlc Frultn onJ Nut
CUMMEKCIAL AVKNUE.
184
fONIVM KXTKAt'T in fur half by Ml I'lml.
t'lHHN UrilKKlNl". ! I'nriiiiiini'.iiUil liy
kII OruKglsN, IMiytlclatii, uml vrr).
body who Iihm vxvr unl II.
fnmulilfl rontulnliik' lllnlory uml IHmniiiil-
l fitvun uiilloulliin, ll'imt fniiml ill your
DliigKltl'a.
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
fivw Vrk ii ml I.omlon.
113-5-13-illy.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
I Inulil 111
BOAT STORES,!
Commission Merchant
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
QI'Ki.iAliiiuriUliili Khvii liiriillMKlillii-nU ftlli
J II II I hit onlrii
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
or. o. iixjuijH,
PEOPBIETOK.
BINDER AND BLANK ROOK
MANUFACTURER.
lulUtln BullJiuic, Corner Twollth Straet
and WuhtuKtou Avenue,
Onlro, XllluolH.
tft'ciuity nml lUllrofti) Work u mclUy,
1' A I. N'T AND HUM.
B. F. PARKER,
Diuln In
faints, Oils, Varnishes,
XIXITTIHXXXJIB.
Pnpor, Window QlaHS, Win
dow Shades, dee.
Alwayn on liiiinl, Hit" I'dflimlrU IllumliialliiK
AllllOItA OIL.
suuaiuEi
Corufr UvntU Street unj WftsUlflK
ton Avenun
TILDEN.
A I'eituiiHl Arrounl ul lliu IJr.'ui
Iti'iuiirrnllr H'nr.llirv-IIU llnrly
I.Uf III LokhI Ciirprr-lltiM II
NieniU lll Tlini' nl Albmiy.
l(.'oiieiii'liiiccor llif New York WoiM
Gov. Tlldcn Is 81 yean old, uml n tmrti-
'lor. ills uucotnr.i weic iiiiioiik the
Atiirulcst ot tin- original iiiirlluiis, uml ins
IhtliiT. si rolini'i'tU'llt lariiier mill mri-
cliiinl, lnliorllcil lliclr lirnlm anil -I'll"!'.
I' roin lil latiitrrniiil nu luim-r uiuiiii",
who iiiinibrr iiiiioiij' tlii'in Miirll.i Van
lltin n. Silas Wrliilil. MkliaM llollinaii,
tho Livingston, Wllllniii I.. .Man y, nml
otlii-ri oi tlinllnr ont, lit' t?"' blsllrst
Mlionllujr In tho ktmlv ol tin eroat iiiu-h-tluiis
of KOveriitiiiMit anil iiolltfc.nl attatrs,
lit' wn pn'p.nwl for coilt'Ku wliuti hi;
wa 18 yt'.n s old. Alioiil that time ho
did Mitiiethln which ct people talking
ahout his yonthl'iil .pi'OlllI.e. M'liere wa
:i coalition hotwecn the iintlnnal rcpiilill
cans and tho anlU.Miisons In the contest
of that year when .lack-on wa re-clcctitl
prcldcnt : and the ncces of tho Demo
cratic party depended on breaking the
coalition. "Hxcii then." v.xyn a
conlcinporary biographer, "young
Tlldcn liad niai-tcrcd tho lead
lug (pie'tlons of government, and of his
own motion wrote a powerful analy-N
ot the political Mtilatfnn. showing that
there could lie no houc-t alliance. It was
puMI!ii'(! lu tho Anui, and It was found
lo he m llni-licil ami NliroroiH that It wai
attributed to the facile and able pen of
ir. van iturcii. .ir. van iiureii's an
thor-lilii of It denied lu sclf-ilefen-e.
and wbwii the real author va dlcovered
it broiiL'hl hlui at once into full li llou-
hlp with Ids lather' ilNtlngui-lieil
Irieiid-, who conipri'-ed I lie Albany ic
geney. It gave bint early rank anion
tho j.entors of the party, which he held
for nearly 'JO year.-!, up to the death of
Dean Kfclunoud, when ho Ix-camc it-
head and Iru-tcil leader.
At 20 he entered Yale, ami it i- lnter-
e-ting now to think of the men who were
member.- of Id- cla-- among theui Win.
M. Kvarts, the light of the .loliu.-ou Ini
peacbnient trial and the iire-eiit .-lileld of
Mr. Ilccchcr: Chief .liistlw Wulte, 1M-
wardi I'ieneiiont. atlornev "ener.i I. ami
tho-o. world-renowned nrole'-oi-s. I.vnurn
and .Slllliuau. lie .-tmlied too hard at
l ale, and was taken away almost lioli;-
Iv i-ick' bv hi- latlier. Mill be 111:111.
igaf lu tin; 1.UHOU5 panic vear ( ISII to
addic-- tho people in various part- 01 hi
native county, and IS! I ho entered the
iiiver-lty ot New York, lu IS.-!?, during
Ills vacation, he wrote a -eric- of rciuark-
Hiie paiier-tor 71' .rw, novocain:''
.Mai tin Ynn lSureii'.s -eheine of the H'pa-
rallon oi the government from the hunk.
and the creation of a tWcnl -ystein to be
known a- tlielndciiemlent tien-urv. .Vex I
year he demolhhed, at a great meeting hi
toiumiii.i conniy, no less prominent a
mt"ou than rnlteii Mates senator I nl
mage, who had left the Democratic party
and went over iltere to talk to hU whig
friends. At the cloe of Mr. Tallmage'.s
iieenh, Mr. Tildou (then not oiilio twen-
tylf$tf ... .llv,l ...,. fjmli ill ym
1 lie eiiect oi wnat no Jam was poWeriiii
eiiough to conipletelv frii'tratu the pur-
io-' 01 senator l aiimage.
UlCOIII -o .tjr. 1 illicit .'fieerrll tin; pio
e ionoflhii hw. Alter llui-bliig hN
ouiio at tho unlver-ltv lie entered the
nw -cliool of the lute llenlauuu l IS 1 it
er, nml the lawoillce 01 .lunge .loiin .
lMinoniN. I iiuote a pas-age here by his
oiognipher :
.ur. i iiueu .s i.uuer neinga man 01
clear, practical mind, when his son en
tered upon 1110 ,-iuiiv 01 ine i.nv nu nil
prvwd upon him tlielniporlanceof look
ing carclully and crllically Into tin-lea-onolcerv
piinclpie ho -tudied. Iti-
frnm thi-habit in tho .-tudy ol his pro-
fesiiou tli.it lie has blcuilcil with, its
practice tin' study of metaphysics, poll 1 1-
ai economy, ami inner oraiicue- which
bed Mroiig liglit iinoit the iiiglier
ground- 011 which the law rest". Hence,
the Mliilv ol law, as 11 relates 10 tt wise
uid bcncticciit gocrniueut and to the du
ties and welfare of society, has been witli
him 11 -object of profound Investigation.
TliW lias had us cnea in imiucing mm 10
prefer to a general practice a line ot ca-es
embracing the broader views of law and
it principles a a "-clencc. This has led
to the prolonged and thorough study of
tioiti tmanciai imi'-uons ami tuo uiiaii-
clal aspects of political economy. It has
led him to engage largely 111 iniponani
eases which have rciiulrcd aigiiment In
the higher courts cases which have led
ton review of principles of law that tit
led a body of developed lact. which of
ten reomred the development of lads
themselves Iroin various sources. In or
der of their legal value. It lias often
been falil ot Daniel Y eb-ter that his sim
ple, master v arrangement ol tbelact
of 11 case, hf the. exact order of their legal
....1 Ii. lti..-ilC .in 1i..illUili. ill'im-
lnent. .ludge llogcbooni oiice slid to
Mr.'rilden. In a case whcrii he had siun-
ineilun during 11 day and a half, with
-Itnll.ir force and power ot statement.
that he spoke as lu a trance.
Ills triumphs at the bar were won by
beer conilte llg Intel ect. At lliu out
set he showed a keen logical and analytic
power, to which was united something
which has never since been disproven lu
bine her as a awver or statesman
high moral purpose. Away back lu ls.Vi
he won tho ca-e ol Aznriah U. Hagg
wlio-e election us comptroller ol New
York eltv was contested by reconstruct
ing a lo-t tally list showing the number
of llckets, candidates and votes. In the
lliirdcll ca-o he tlgured us the examiner
oil ('J wltnee.s, whose evidence he so
clas-itlcd and presented as to eau-o
Mrs. ruunlugham's lies to loe tlieir
elleet on the minds of both Judge ami
Jury.
I'liipie.slionalily he Is tho greatest rail
road lawyer. It Is said that more than
half of the railroad enterprises ol the
West, north of the Ohio, and of the
Knst, between tho .Missouri and the Hud
son, have, during the last twenty years,
stood lu relation to clientage, to him,
From l(C',"i to IstJO many of them became
Insolvent. Tills Imperilled the Interests
of people of all conditions who went their
creditors. He had a full knowledge of
their history and requirements, anil had
made mastery as well of all questions
which could urlo hi their tlnaucial ad
ministration, ills legal knowledge and
broad views of legislation insisted many
of them In their succe.s(ul attempts to
rcorganl.e.
Mr. Tlldcn nequlred wealth by a life of
unllaggiiig zeal, Industry, anil profes
sional success, Ills com peers were men
of the. highest intellectual mark, and Ids
homo lu New York the resoit of thn bet.
people, lu the best sense that term may
have. Ills sister, Mrs. IVlton, presided
at his table there, ur hIio now presides at
Albany. His law library Is the second
in New York lu extent and excellence ;
anil It K hardly second to any one lu
hooks on llnanco and political ccowuiiy
and In general literature.
. 1 ... v V..l Ii ...Itiif.
ins noue in .e ii ,,"";-"
Ornninieicy p:irk, belwccn I wnitletli .
and Nineteenth "treots, has a Hltlf lawn
and fountain In the tear. II 11 mansion
it Alb.inv s t tua ed III a limoie. mgii
place, and surfouuded with l'""'' broad
acrc'S.Tht!Viewiroiniiisiara"i".iiiiiiiii.
Foinliiess for n entV Ol room 10 orK III
ami lo live lu, and for the ofon air, and
for horcback and carnage! e.xeicise,
one of the UovernorV trail. Je dhie.s
early when here lu Albanrlnndhls table
Is always hoapiiablv spcau nr more man
thine whom Ids "roof !liiltcr. .Some
nieces grace the board, atnl sorne little
b 1 run nee:iloim V. Hclsscneil Willi
wholesome plenty, eatd miWcralcly, and
loves at table to tell or heafi good story.
Not long after dinner iri ins necn in
habit here, when w. too mu'h badgered,
to inouiit a spirited lior4 and amble
through soiiKi upper streets Bid 1 niter In
the park. I . .
Ills evening-., here, are I aimo-t in
variably sM'iit. nt home, ai I mostly at
hard work. No (iovernor haV ever been
more conslilerale toward lesi-lalor-i in
the progress ol the session. lit hat proh-
ablv ned up more timi with Senators
and members, and apart "from them, In
the mending ol loo-ely drawn or uncoil
slltutlonal hills that he wonlilntlicrw 10 nt
lat have been compelled to tcIo, tlinn
iinv (Iovernor we have had hi our time.
Gov. Tlldcn has Hint rare tact which
few men have, of never seeming to work
when ho Is working toe h,irdet, mid of
throwing Ids work lightly oil' his pilnd
hi the intermissions and at the end of it.
The rather romancing pen of .Mr. Abbott
tells us how Napoleon I. u-ed to lock up
ids ootiselousiie-i- s readily as ho might
have turned the keys lu the drawers of
bis cabinet, and sleep, like an infant, on
the eyes oi battle- which decided Hie
fates of empires. recollect that year
ago one of the nobie-t of our senators, at
who-e home in Wa-hliiglou I was an oc
casional gue-t, used to ri'liear-e to inc. the
bravest part of hi- speeches be
fore he dcliu'rcd them, and, 011
several occa-lou-, guided id- de
livery next day by what he studied as
the apathy or tic enlliu-la-ui al the -cv-cral
Mages of the sulilrc ol a wholly
di-iutere-tcd young man. i,ov. Tildou
ha- a way of suddenly stopping work,
throwing hlm-elf down 011 a lounge, and
relca-lng hU couclouue-i Iroin labor by
entering upon a new tuhlcut. 'e
HghU lnanecdutcs and crlllcl.-m of pub
lie men. The anecdote- are always pal,
ami the criticism always of the liirge-t.
nio-t 11 -el nl kind. Kveuttially Ids mind
is apt to recur to the theme lie is actually
at work upon ; and a- lie become- uioie
interested and earnest, lie ries and paces
tlio lloor continually, pau-ing lu front of
hl auditor to enforce what he .-a s with
peculiar, strong, jerky gestures,
LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
OHViul for Sale ill
Great -Reduction in Prices,
R. W. MliuLCR,
FORWARDING
Commission Merchant,
And dealer in
FLOUR, MB4L. OBAIN HAV,
ETC.
orricv
M OIIIOI.KVIE
ys-tt
( CAIRO, ILMKQJ9.
O. CLOSE,
Clt&trtl
Commission
V
Merchant
Doriiestics, Shootings,
Prints, Bloachod Muslins,
Ginyliams, Cretonos,
Tabic Linons, Percales,
Ii AUG E STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Lawns,
Japanese Silks,
Alpacas,
Suitings,
Silk Poplins,
Grenadines.
i-iui-r .11.11''. 1.1 vviiiwuiwim, viuioini jiiwilrt, awlna ninrdilltm, un.l ul.mi UjiV t.r
Hltilion. 'Ilns entire kIik-K will In. soi l nt iictujl ni.t. uml vnnihiMi- ulilll II 1-rlonl mil, tM
aml lrotivinritr l-timt IturKnlii ' 'IT. I.' Ml sritiril.V tA"!!. '
Corner ISigli'th. St. and Commercial Avo.
' B If
A0 DCAUCR IS
LIM7J,
CEMENT, FLABTXR,
HAIR, 4io.,
Under City NtloMl Mmmk.
WII.I. n-ll In fiir-lonJ lots it roiuufiCturen
irlu;s, S'lillnj- KrcUhl, "
JOHN B. PHXIXI8
AND SON,
(liic'osnri to John 11 PliUUi)
FORWARDING
ANU
Commission Mercbants
Clotigh & Warren Organ Co.'s
iLato SIMMONS & CLOUGI1 ORGAN CO.,i
-ntfiiov 1 1-
CABINET ORGANS
-AXI-
THE ICELAND VOLCANO.
s...
llllUIIll llll-l-;!!.'.!!! illlll lltll ... il-ll-.--.
ic DyngjiiljolTitre Incessantly vomiting
j; every day we watch the smoke col-
Hie Ilcci'iil ri'iiiilioii it Veil
iIuiik A iruli 1 I'cirllilr Sliiniee ul
.VkIh"
Mr. Klrlkr Mairiius-on writes to the
London Timet Iroin Cauililldge t
I lie aeconnu just lccelvcd by the last
mall from Iceland assume a far more .se
rious aspect than the llr-t news would
ll.VU J.-.l -C.ll u i.miImJ...,.., - .U.MJ.MI Ji.
lSardanlnl. a alley a short distance west
of the lofalltv of the eruption, wiltc-'
"What fealtnl times we have bad
ot tt not til here nil winter: rirst r
were visited bj eiirlhqu.ske-i, which, in
some places, terminated all but fatally,
and then came ilie i-ruption, with lis con
comitant tiiist-giooiii mid 11111 01 nsnc'
I'he
lire
uinii rising to an apparently unmeasured
height In the air. The eruption Is
spreading sicaiiuv over 1110 wilderness-,
and It may lie aid that the whole region
of tlie .Myralu .Mountains is one binlug
lire."
It appears that wo-teily winds have
been chletlv prevalent ami have borne the
a-lies over the Ivast Firth--, covering a
very large area. Mi .March 20 tin- tall of
the ahcs was -o excessive that it covered
tho eastern country sides, .loktililai. es
pecially, with a coal -K inches at Us
thickest: and nil that day, although It
was bright anil sunny, the people spent
In absolute pitch darkness. Fountains and
rivulets were dammed by the ashes, and
everv mountain stream, always 01 a
crystalline purity lu Katern Iceland,
where there are neither glaciers nor
"moraine,' ran dark and muddy between
banks covered with drifts of ashes. The
farmers have lied out of the ash covered
country sides with their cattle In quest of
pastures not yet destroyed by the fronV,
but with what chance of saving their live
stock does not appear. To all appear
ance, the present eruption seems likely
to become a calamitous event to Iceland.
Nlarlliutr riuriirc.
Tim .standing army of thi country
numbers, lu time of peace, about (KKI
men and costs about $ lO.OOO.WO, while
the navy costs about $:i0,(i0O,0tO per an
num. Feiislniis amount to $!0,i00,0oo
per milium, and' the Interest en the na
tional debt (now soino S2.'2i'i.(KKl,O0(l),
reaches tho sum of Slll.a.'rft.OiXt, per an
num, making tho total sum of Sll,'J.'iO,
000! Thl. sum, divided among our esti
mated population, 11,000,000. would give
to each man, woman and child id the
whole country about $1 0, and to each
family about S24 as their yearly eon
tribuiion for the worship of the god ol
war. And let 11 po reineiiioeieu mm m'
wholo national domain I mortgaged to
the amount of S-,'.J..IXH),(MX) to bo paid
by us or our descendant-, or remain as
1111 Incubus on theciieiglcs and enterprise
of our prosperity In all coming time I
And what have we hi 1 turn lor such exoi
bllant expenditure V What bc-ide a crip
pling of energies, a wanton waste, ol hu
liian life, a waste of property, a cherish
lug of the war spirit, am a leatliil tie
prT'Ssion ol lliu standard ot moral y, is
ndleatedbvtiin-iiilfcst Increase ot inur
ders, th('fi.s, rohlKMlcs and llecntlous.n'.ssy
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HAY,
ORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agenti for LAFLIN BAND FOWDKX CO
Corner Tenth Street aad Ohio
Levee.
7. I) Mutlnis.
K C
MATHUSS fc UHL,
FORWARDING
Ainl (lnifr.il
Commission Merchants
iic.iii'M in
FLOUR. GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
a -a ouio Ziovoo.
II. J Ayivi.
S. t). Ayri's.
GrandCombmation Organs
AYRES & CO.,
Fiioun
Ami ireiirral
Commission Merchants
No. 70
OHIO LEVEE.
SI W 1'AHI.l.ll.
HITl.Il WITH Til k. NIWIA INVI.VfMl
SORIBNER S PATENT GtUALIFYING TUBES,
u iuwiiliiiii lulling a mu 'I iiiiimiliiiil U111 111K mi ll' future ii pul.illun nf llu.l liidiinii'iil'i, hv
11111111. ol wlifi li Iheiiiiintll5- or iiliuni'i.f tiiiic Is i, iy Im-rily
uicii'H-dl. mnl tlie iiiililv nl' tuiiurriiilrriil
to U of Uis H h Ops ot k ko Cip::il;.
dill' (rli l.llitnl '
I'titirinln? 'HMlu
lub Klliirl.!" ami
Sn itlivle," "Vnv ltiiiniinn.' "Vlli-.i I rtt-itt . ' "tiotiiM' (oiiiili-r," llif
n- "( Inrliinif' S(ii., "i.ejiii Horn --ririiiniu, -iu nnmn,
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Cm l'(ilit.iuiliinly In llii'-e l)iv:,ini
Fifty Different Stylcn,
For tlio Parlor and tho Church,
Thn Host Mritorin.1 find Workmanaliin.
Quality und Volumo ofTono Unequalled.
F&cloty and WataioDins, Cu. Cih &nd Cnngress Sis., DETROIT, KICKiGAK.
(F.stabliHhed in 1850.) Agonts Wanted in Rvcry County.
w r i.xi.tv. j . ii. who.
PARKER, AXLEY & WILD,
(Sinr tuvi lo Purl.fv A Axley,)
I1USIIIAI-
eoMlSSON MERCHANTS
Ucalcit in
Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour and Coun
try Produoo Generally
ORANGES,
LEMONS,
and CHOICE
BUTTER,
A Rirrliilty,
AVoIiue, CAIRO, ILL
100 Coinuibiclitl
4:i5-i.a-ti
OVA 6 l r HIKER
II II. CN.VI.NGIMM
REST ! REST!!
Evorpresont "IV'st for tho Weary."
MiiIIiv.ms, I'llliiw- uml lliilsliis ul
G. W HICK'S
Mattress Manufactory,
Cuiii r i,i' Nlii.'l.-ciilli and VwUr li , 'r
IWB'ii Ilie Ni'W Vin k Moiy nml L11I J 'J'''
lice, ni liilloWai UmvUUiI' iiiiiI bliuoK Jlut
treiM's. full slc. ',l,l","l'tY"lMm.!i ' im l
cnlliili Ion, Komi plulli hjiiK'U M '! "".I' tf
Hint 1, lliiiiiiK'! SliiW'If. Hli.t 1 1 Ii ''''"'''i
liHllimtinlivstii -nil III" liil'l lb"' !
Hlilclly easli lllKhi'H cisli ill'- M lurcniii
(.liui'ks, ilellicii'l t my liu lory
a-'.H-il,tw-l
Address CL0UGH &
li-l 13-Si-Jm.
WARREN ORGAN CO., Dotroit, Mich.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
WEEKLYBULLETIR
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
MRS. I. J. SPEARS,' DANIEL IAMPERT,
Fasltionablo Barbor
irAWLS MILLINER, i
- ' " "1
Wet uliln Coiiiiuoiclul Avonuu. hutwueii I
Eichtli and Ninth Htieetu.
(S..xt ilooi' In .1 IIiii-kit' jliy K'lt 1l'"',?.in i
i',.ii 11,,,. ,.r ii,,. itii.t mnl iii'i-t l.eliluiiiililc I
style-nl' I
HATS AND BONNETS I .xouni smr, or niujrni stjikkt
alwinsou liiiml. Al'iievmy Milicll ir
Ribboua Lncca and TrinnuiURH,
fiiiiiiihi' iliiMiinit in llif mn;i '';"".lv;
llu.l any mnl curjlli!"K In lin' l'i'
I'liiiiiiU-le uliecl, Imll I'-utr ."" "I .
I'lli'M lii i'Iiiii uie n 11 "ii "',
rrn 111 ruiini. u- " HM ...V ... i....i.i.,.,
O-AI111 Wilt lr I'll' Iiil""' '"K '"" '
Hiii-vm-tr . .
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Bntwuoii WiiwliiiiKton anil Coinuinrciiil
AVlUUlOH.
.TACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(siiii-moi s to Milter A Purler,)
FORWARD G
AND
Commission Merchants
Anil Dealers In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
ETC,
hi uiiio i.i vci:.
I Alltil, II.USOH.
ryiViiJuw J.l lli l-H" Velloii- IVaiv
luiui. tttniire mimclly J.oon ton., which tflii.
lit uiuiile rucllilit'4 I'm itorlng bihI lii,ilnif
u-s-tr
IKNVHANCf:.
C. N. HUGHES,
(ifiicrul
Insurance Agent
omcK:
oxxio xjaaxriuatJ,
Over Hkthuii ft Ulil'i.
VTONIi ' lull
iM minil
I'lrjt-Cln.a (iniiuln rer
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STIIEET,
I)blwui--n Viililnt0D mil Coinwerclel
AvBiiuoa, inUoiumit Hminy'n.
Wholesale, Retail audi JCfi'XllsMli'1
inn--, p......
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1858.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
Cifiitrnl
Insurance Agents,
Td OHIO LEVEE,
City N"oul Baak Building, up-iUlri.
rnu OlUaatEetabUahed Aveacy In South
oru Illinois, reproaenUnn ovr
$65 000 OQO.
IL'lUVJIUff.U!IKH7
ILivltllLil liMllllihl lllnullclBJUJlH.
Bj.....XTi!.,....,..'llL I rk. I l.l. Ut.ih.J I UHj'."l. I
li:i...l I'.I.Il.II lll,u,il cll.r.'.. THflJ
MiiunlnnilV,JI WvJr, w
mm
mi
Commission.
VtTlloox'H BlooK,
Coiner Voplur uml Ultivuiith Htientn.
S'ayniKhoat Ciish Prloo paid for
Hokb una Cattlo.
PRESCRIPTION FREE.
eili tl,.t ctinuU' i'lirit rif
h I.11.H Miinliim.1 uml nil illnoiihra brouclit
ni'iliv InilNi-iillniH ur linn Any Drnjrul.t
I.H Hie IllKllilkllU, ,,,,.,.,,
AiMlvb., Ill' H 11 I.I INi CO..
l.'M-dAW-lV. (JlncUiiwill, Olilo,
Tow-Boat For Sale
TIIK SiibwrlWr oBl'M for me Ilie ht(uil
VowIiik ftterii-Wli.il H-at. I""- lUimiiln,
Willi iiKluex. nmililn-ry. Iiu-Um. W.rl m
IMiiilliuv im .he now H'lt.ut Lillr"lli,S; , .,
ll.rlf.iKlh Ii Hi IVI. ' VTi1 aira
lriilliSl.ttiinil llieamnvH Iff !"" ."""iffj
liiAl.iiiil I'.ti ioinrantt:M nrhomllnnwUr, ihioh
PLwrLVnVl i ri wllh o Iti.Um ll)( luctoS
"i ..i.i-nimiiiiti'tmokei a Iml puinp. IJiln-
jjnt.inillwiieU'r iimllJ lyche. .trok. jtwJiUI
liliHiurn iiuimnvii."..!""-. i.i ;i
atmim-h, worthy, ami lu good conattloo for
iiuvlittttlo. For Icruni iplyo-B TT
ilAiiio. UU.. NovonUr 'J, 1S7I." l-i"t.

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