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W. L. BRISTOL,
FAMILY
GROCER
Koppa ovorylhlng pertaining to
Iho lino of Staplo and Fancy Gro
soripii, Woodonwaro, Vogdtablos,
Fruits, &c, &c.
Try My New Stylo Mixed
tsO Bt 9
Different Combination Prom any
Boforo Ollcrcd in tho Mnrkot,
and of Excellent Flavor.
, WhittakerHams
WISCONSIN BUTTER, I
HTM)t 114 Illcll
Oentral Hop Yeast
Avuux Thin Summer
'NEW STYLE
LAMP CHIMNEYS,
SEE TIIEM
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
fO A I..
Coal Goal.
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
ST. JOHN'S and
PEYTONA CANNEL
Ordors for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, arin hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
oStTo largo consumers and all
Taaaufacturors, wo aro proparcd
10 wjpply any quantity, by tho
"uam or year, at unuorm rates.
CAIBO CITY COAL COMPANY.
tT-IIallllay Urn ' o(llcc, Nn TO Olilo Levee,
M-IJairiilay Hro wharf boit
f "r t Kirvnll.ni MIIU. nr
.;"J"At the Coal Duinn, foot
'I'll
Duinji, foot of Tulrty-ElKUt
y V3"I out Office Drawer. Suo.
JOHN TANNER,
Itilall I)-;lcr In
SCOTCH JSJUmTH
English Porter
l U Imported from Now York City.
hnnnm . No. 178 WnahlnKton Avo.
Vl'A U L '. Corner Eluventh St.,
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wnnm I nnrtm 1
Everprcsont "Host for tho Weary."
.MatlifcJ, I'illuvr ninl lloliters tit
G. W HICK'S
ErMattress Manufactory,
Oirntr uf Nlnclunlli miit 1'ohl.ir liccla, !
twwn tin- New Ymk Mure mill t'ol . T lor'N of
ace. n? Ibllr.Wii -LiccUlor Hint Mmck .Mat-
itxc.-n, full Ue, cotton lop. nil M-coml Mfo,
cot Ion lop, M Kooil I'I'il" fluid MallrfsM-s, $3
Slut ft' I Louinrr, .Silicic, uinl rib Mnttns'ci at
lunil prim in nil Hi" haul time. Tunis
el i iKi.n . , , nrii4r pkmii urirf imiil inr I'fini
I, tnucKK, neuierin ill my laiiury
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M-m., Bcmlnol and NcrrouiBe
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VOL. 7.
Matron iu.ai.i.hn.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
W'liolcvile an'l HeUill Dcnlrr In
Foroign and Domestic
LXQT70RS
AMI
Wl.MlS UV AM. KIA'llN.
No. 60 Ohio Loveo,
CAIBO, ILLS.
TKS9ll' .MVTII A f'O. lune ully
1VL i larife itofk or the lirat Koxl '" '"
Lit, nml KivcN.-liil uttrntloti toll'1 lioluAnl
rurich or tlio hiiiinevii
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No, 00 Ohio Levee, CAIHO, ILL.
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ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! ! !
JOHN SPROAT,
Wholesale nml ll.talt l)il"-r In
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo und Kankakee, III.
CAIRO OFFICE :
At Uulen ifc WlUon'i. Corner Twultth St
und Ohio Lovee.
Jwill run nn Ict wason tliroufrlmut tlic
. Smoii, iltlltrrllur iiir- lal icu in uny
urt or llii-city ut tlx- loiri.t ma. La .rlu-, uml
will ilnofiinif.ti my triinil. out.lle tin-city uilh
r by Hip inke or rjir loail, inicLiil m -ainliut
or fil lunent lu a iiv illetunri'.
hotdi.s.
GRAND CENTRAL
HOTEL,
COM1IERCIAL AVENUE
Coruor Eisrlrtli. Stroot,
WSI. WKTZKL. Proi.rlt.tor.
A
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train, nml etaimbuati.
flir lHt of ui'oommotlatlotn for tninlnt
Kiic l at Tw o Dollar i'r ilal' .1-l?-tf
viioi.iiai.i: iitot r.its.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
Ami
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AMEIUCAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levoo.
It A Tliouts I. I) Tlionw.
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Sur'.isorntult M. llulni,)
Commission Merchants
Anil iUiik-M In
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
Foreign and Domoytlo Fruits anil Nuta
18 COUMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
llualir ill
BOAT STORES,:
Commission Merchant,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'KCIAI. utteutlsii Klven tooomlK'liim'nts uml
llllliu oiitein.
I'AIXT IMI OII.H.
B. F. PARKER,
Dculff in
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Qlaaa, Win
dow Shados, &o.
Alwuyi ou liaml, the ct'lrhntlMl lIluinlnntliiK
AUltOIlA OIS,.
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1875.
THE EARTHQUAKE.
DESTRUCTION OF 8 ATI JOSE DE CUCUTA,
IK COLOMBIA.
.Mori'ililc NrnifH nl Nutfrrlilu- unit
nut j'.
Oraphlc Deicriptlcn of tho Ca'.aitrophe by au
Eye Witaeti.
.Maiuc.uiiu, May 1!H. In"., The lol
lowlti"; ili'tulN aru 'liirullii.'i Uy oni! of the
survhors:
s jn.-i: in: ci'ci.'ta
liail fur many yuan tnaih; very rapid pro-'il'.s-',
liicrriisliiL' hi wealth and iiopiihi
tlott, uiilll It hail liccoinc one or the mott
Important cities of Colombia. Of Inlo
year'' newaml Importiittl fiit:rpri'-' hail
Ir en "-larteil, ticro'llallu the coti-truc-tlnii
ol'iii;w lor iiicrcaiillK' nml
other punm-M, ainl of a lar'c number of
tine I'-.-IiIciii i'.i. In a iiioini ut ol (hue
the-e have all Ixen dostroyed. It wat
lliiriti'd on the boundary uf tho Repub
lic, mid was founded by .T unit dc Martin
in ir.31. It was aport of entry, If an In
land town eaii be called a port, mid le-re
wa the etabllnhifl (Jit'loiii Hou-i'. The
population ol the elty.at the time of the
dUaiti r enhnatwt at about l'J.000; it
had a lare eouinicrelal bu-Iues and was
the j,'reat depot for colfee and eaea lor
i-hliiiient either Ihroit'.'h the N'etu'uelatt
j.ort or down the Madalena.
I'lti.i.nn.VAiir .shocks.
At half-p.T-t live o'clock in the alter
noun of rMiml.ty, the 10th, a Mronj' -hoel,-was
ob-ervable. laJtht"; tw-nty j-eeond-.
A little later another treuib'lino: of thu
earth took place, which L'raduallv died
away through the 'pace ol live minutes.
At a quarter past live the Mime dav the
entire population wa- brought to lt" fi-et
by a stiou' t'hock, which Listed for .some
time. iJiiriii"; the 17th and the followln;:
til:ht occasional tremljliiis wen- experi
enced. Uu the iiiornitiic of the 1Mb ev
erything was ercne and the tl.tv ad
vaneeil witliotit anything new, with no
premonition of the awtul fale which
awaited the doomed city.
TIIK H.IT.U. MOSIUXT.
'i'ne hoiirol half-pa-l eleven arrived. A
jreat patt of the eftleiis wer mutable.
The earth tommeiKX'd -li:iklii' with
.Tvut foai-, and from all .-Ides thu people
rii-hed to the street with ile-palriiifr
cries lor mercy. Tor llflcen htoihIs the
movement coiithiiied, the city inoviii";
like a j.'teat hip without ballast. Iii-tan-taneotily
a cloud of line tlu-t enshroud
ed the streets and hou-cs, luipcdiii"; the
i-loit and c-.illli) forth tx'iiewed enes of
horror and appeals for mercy from tho
populace. '1 liee were of -ltort duration,
however, a Ihc du-t soon bcutuien thick
a tn
IMI'LKI. l!lI'IIi.1tOX.
and, as If by the touch of an enchanter's
wand, tut awful Mlcnee Mtccceded. Many
who nilyht liave Ik'cii s-aved from tlin
niltts of the falling btiUdlu.s tell victims
to .-ulloeatioti. Not louder than two min
ute? did this terrible Mutation continue.
A wind rapidly carri-d away the dut
clonic!, rcvcallnjr
tiii: ii.iiiiini.r. .-c i:.vh.
What wa a few minutes before a beau
tiful city, 'Instinct with life and happiness,
was now the hidous tomb of thoii-auth.
The ruin was complete. A contempla
tion of the few who survived the awful
disaster was even more terrible than the
fl?ht of the ruins and the dead which lay
beneath Ilium.
cn.vzKi) wnu uor.itoit,
men, women and children ran about cry
hi',' lor help and to their friend- who lay
dead near ut hand. Here a mother fran
tically called to her child : there the
child, horribly d I. -floured, perhaps wall
ed out for lis parent. Husbands, wives,
sons, d.iuj.diter.s, I'-'ots and mothers
were running aboii. m wild dismay.
,soiue hours passed before quiet was re
stored and a realization ol the event ob
tained. The trciublhi'.'s of thu earth con
tinued, and, to add to the horrors of
thu situation. Ilres broke out in various
localities amid the ruin-. The to fcarlul
day was followed by a .-till
Moiti: nonimti.i; .stuur.
The survivors had moved to the .sub
urbs of the city, where encampments
were established. The rain commenced
to fall in torrents, and amid the Impene
trable darkuc-s the ".'l oans of the wound
ed tilled the air, varied only by tlio sharp
detonations liroceedlti',' troin" uxplo-ie
materials amid the ruins. The coming of
a new tlnv Miowed that not more than
J,000 remained alive, Heneath the (alien
hou-es lay from $,000 to 10,000 dead.
Ain roit tiii: ffiKi'.itnits.
Immediately the -ad news reached here
a sub-crlptlon was ral-ed by the mer
chants lu money and clothliifr, which was
liberally re-ponded to by all ; and the
I'nlled .Stale- Consul, as ajjent of the At
las Steam-hit) Company and the Orinoco
Navigation Company, bavins,' tendered
the tt-e of the steamers IMco and Url-
baute, they were the fatnu evenm?; de-
,-patolieil witiiau
ami'I.i: suiTi.v or rttovisio.s,
elolhlnt' and iiioillclne-. under the earn of
a committee to di-peiisu theiu, and a
uttuiiicroi itijiu physicians to administer
to tue wouuucii ami sick.
Tlio Governor of this btato also noblv
responded to the call for aid In nioneV
anil provisions, ami furthermore sent it
picket ol i-oldlertt for the protection o
the emigrants coming from Cucuta.
oinr.i! 'iow.ns HL-.siitovr.i).
Keports from other localities lurid-di
news of equal destruction. San Ciyetano
was destroyed ; also tho larger part of
Santiago, "lu firamlote there was great
destruction. Arboleda, Cueutllla, and
Sail Cristobal aro all nearly destroyed,
principally the lour hist. 'I no population
ol these towns Is estimated by a person
well acquainted hi that region to ho mom
or les as follows :
rian Cavelano 1,000
SaiitbiL'o -'.0(10
tirauutlote j.OOO
Aruoietia
Cuciitilla ',000
San'Jrlstobal 1,000 1
The Ecctlou of country above referred
to embraces the regions uljoiit where Co
lombia and Vene.iiela Join, tho Colom
bian pot tiou embracing the Slate nl San
hinder. It Is In soniu respects thu most
productive part of thu Iiepublie, and tho
cnlleu of this section Is familiar to all the
wo rlil.
Tin: SHOCK
was felt sharply at llogota and adjoining
sections. A gentleman who was at thu
time in l'ao.itativa savs that tlm move
ment lasted for three-quatter.s (if a min
ute. K was also strongly toll In Itarrau
qiiilla. .Mitnicaibo, though ivmovetl a
ik'jrrce and a lwlf I'roin tlio f-cfw, yet (fit
at tlio .:iiny tnotiit'iit it kvMis luit lonr
; coiitlniK'tl itiKltilatloii !' the routiil, nml
not a tlnv liai ji.i'Lil Iiico tlio tncnior
abli! IStft or.Mny that iyo have not lion
frit hocks nunc or lw slroii";.
WiKiiFr' t'rlnie.
lOnirliT-Joiirnal 1
Wagner, who was hanged at Thomas- '
ton, Me., Friday last, was thu central
llguru of one ol the most Intainoits crimes
on record. The circumstances of the
"lleol Shoals" murder will doubtlcs
bo remembered by our readers, but a re
cent article contributed to the Allantir
Monthly by Mrs. Ceha Thaxlergavu the
details a thrilling interest. A small col
ony of M .rweglaiis had settled on one of
tint reeky 1-hiuds making thu group,
among uu in .i young iHicrmau and hU
falr-baiied wife. Thev had been married
but a few months and lived almost an
Idyllk life lu their homely cottage, di.
splle ihclrii iverty and the hardy clrciiui
fiances which "iirrouudcd Ihelr houcv- '
moon, rnloimtcly devoted to each 1
other they wn; lie u strontf-lhnbed
I
(iii-ii, ., i nun ,,ii i., -iiw ii i-,,,,i
girl nf exceptional Iwauiy. clinging toiler
husband w(:h a piIouate Intensity of af
fection that was returned by him with till
the power of a strong natuiv. Sliekl--ed
him good-bye one day as he "ailed witli
her sister's hu-baud to I'ortuieuth to
thspo-e of tho week's draught of their
nets, (javly she and her td-tcr returned
to the lltlfehoii'e on the dill's to await
there the return of tlio loved ones. The
two limn were detained at 1'orlsmoutli
over ulht. Wagner had been an Inmate
of thu house; had been ri-eilcd by the
ho-nitable f.imllv almost Irom star
vation ; was fed and clothed by
them, and the simple elrcum-tances of
their hoii-c-keeplng were made known to
lilm without rcerve. The two men had
collected a few hundred dollars' together,
and this was lull In tho keeping of their
wives on that terrible night. Wagner
learned that the women would be alone ;
he loosed a skill' from the Portsmouth
wharl, rowed out, through surf and snow,
to the Maud ; crept up to the house
and broku in the door; cru-hed an ax
through the fair hair and forehead of the
young wife, and brained her f Ister as -he
pleaded for mercy. Then he made hi
bloody way back to the coast and lied
to Ilo-tou. The next day the two fMicr
tneli returned to the dcolale home. The
horrible deed was dl-covered. and all the
cities and countryside of the main laud
were soon ablae with the story of the
crime. Thousands engaged In the pur--uitaiid
the murderer was tracked to his
hiding place and brought back to thu
scene ot the inrrr.lur. There had been a
witness to the crime another trembling
woman wiio had e-caped from Ihc
house, hiding In her night-dre-s
down upon the rock', covered
with show, ami the icy spray from the
ocean dashing over her at every wave
beat, llccing from tho murderer' frantic
search. Confronted with her. lie was
iccogui.ed: Ids trial and conviction fol
lowed, and yesterday he paid thu too
slight penalty tor his awful crime. Mean
while, the little colony has never recov
ered from tho shock ; from
a happy Arradla lu that lonely spot,
it became as the Valley of l)u -elation.
The vouti'' hii-b.iud. broken-hearted, re
l.l,,.l .,.,! 11.11 .if'lfw. L...1 , tlltl 11 1.1lt,llt
turned to Xorwav. there to await that
death which would bo u welcome release
to Mm. JtuA nlwayn that Island will be
pointed out a the scene of the saddest
tragedy which has been known formally
a day. Indeed, thu gallows oIRt but a
sorry punishment for .such a crime a
Ihl-lia- been.
feminine .Mutters.
The ra-ro lu Pari- for plaid .-tuir- still
lasts, but It will not survive the summer.
A fashion which will take, and which
Is beginning to be adopted, is that of
trimming bonnets with thread lace.
Tablior.s vary ludctlnltely In shape ;
they aro square, rounded, p'olutcd, and
longer on one side than the other.
When lace I- used as a lluishing e,dge
this .-eaoii, it Is put on verv full, quite
like a fill!.
Halted waists are npaiu In favor
made In three plaits each side, which
turn to tho centre, anil meet there.
l'ora slender person, the shirred
-leeve is "just the sweetest" that can be
gotten up.
A bit of court platter on tho chin or
cheek is considered the correct thing at
present.
Some ladles alToet tho liltrli Knirllsh
collar, looking so much like a coachman
who neither turns, to tho right nor left.
l'he color most morn lu-t now is
cream w bite or that of yellowish tinge.
Silks, Mowers', feather, and ribbons are
all of this tint.
lSoimet- wltli wide brlin, trimmed
with string- of black or light tulle, ac
cording a- the bonnet Is dark or light, are
universally wont.
A pretty way to freshen up old black
silks is to get the black anil white pin
head check, and trim with plaiting, pull
ing and shirring.
Novel adornments aro a large purse
ot silver, or oxidized silver, depending
from a bell ot the same metal, and a Mal
tese cro-s worn about the. neck with black
velvet.
Notice in Bankruptcy.
t'liltwl Mali;.'! of America, (
oiitliirn District ofitllnuH. "
AVTHKIIUA-. on tlic Sit day of May, A. I)
V W5. the " Unilciwrltcrs Wrecking! om
iiany" lllnl ii libel In the IiUtrlct Court of the
liuusi ,iaic lor Hie soutlivrn Utelllct or lilt
nou, itiriiln.t tlic "met lurfe oflhe steiiiiisr
Keystone" praying mat tlic same may ln con
ilrinniil for H'.lMiiii ami rmiseslll salil liljel men
lioneil. Ami whereas-, l.y virtue of inwebs in
line form of law, to me itlrecteil, returnable on
tbe llrst .Monday lu .Inly next, I liaveteliisl uiiou
ami taken ihesaM "J-'uel barircof steamer Key
btone" nml have the name in mr i'n,imii'
, N','J',!' '? ,le"'l'' Klven, that a District Comt of
inc i. iiih'ii nuii'i nuiiii" jieni al tlic I lllttit
.Stated Court Itooin, In tlio city of Nit'inirlluM.oii
thu ilret MoirUjy In July ne.t,for the til.il ot tl.
saiii pieinihei, niiu ine owner or ovuiein, iiuiltill
periuna ho have or claim any intciest therein,
lire lieieby clleil to be anil uur ut the tlmeinul
lilace.iloieuil. to iIiovvciuih', ifauy theylmie,
why n ileciio shoulil not Ih rcuilcitil In iii'conl
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ILLIAM n. SMITH, M. D.
nKSIDKNCK: So. 21 Tliiitecnth Urcct, Ik;
twetu VViishiiiKton avenue anil W'ulnut street.
orflClIi North side of KlRhtli street be
tween Commercial ami AVaitliiiiKton avenue.
0.
W. DUNNINO, M. D.
ItKSIDUNCK: Corner .Ninth uml Walnut
llnvth.
(il'l'ICKt Corner Sixth elrcct nml Ohio U'Vt.
OIT1CK IlOlMtS: Kiom'in m, Uin , uml
loin 2 tn S p in
-pn. W. BLAUW,
Gorman Physician.
Ort'lCK; llmler'a lllock, (ii.-stalrs), comer
Uivlilh etreetuml W'a.lilnittou tiTentie.
I.VWYI'.llH.
JonN H.MULKEY,
AUornvy Hi L.uw.
CAIltO, ILLINOIS.
Or'FlCK: KlKhlli Street, lietwcen Commer
cial ami Wuaklnston uvenuea,
CJAMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney ut Law.
Or'KICKt Ohio Uvev, over room formerly
occupied by Flint Naliotml ll.mk,
CAll'.O. ILLINOIS.
Q.REEN .t GILBERT,
Attorneys and CounselorM
at f.aw.
OKr'ICKt Ohio Ivee, rooms 7 ami S
Clly.Sutlon.il ll.iuk,
William II llreen, )
VVIIllanill Uilbert, 5 CAIltO ILLINOIS.
Miles r'ml'k. Ullbvit S
60SKlal attention Kiven to Ailtulralty ami
steumboat bunlneiki.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
sr. o. xxttxixjis,
PB0PBIET0K.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
I Julletln Ouiiaiuir, Corner Twelfth Street
and WihlKton Avenue,
Civlro, Illiuoln.
lyCounly uml IUIlrn.nl Work mimclalljf.
NO. 163.
ORGANS
m.wi.v invkstki.
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
"FASHIONABLE IIVI
Went aide Commercial Avenue, between
nak'Mti una win tn ntreeta,
(Next iloor to .1 lliirjn'r's dry Rimil store.)
A Alt! line of the lutt ft nml mo-t fashlouaUe
Blyles ot
HATS AND BONNETS
aluava on hum!. Also cvury variety of
Ribbons Laces and Trimmings,
from the chcjiicnt to the most cotly. I-a'tle
will tliul any ami everything In her store for u
complete atreet, uau or party oiuiii.
JC3r.Mo nRcnt for the Home hewing Machine.
i'1'iceit to comueie w nn itnv in me est.
l-tO-it-lV-ll
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
Wiloox'H 33 loo lc.
Corner Poplar ami Eleventh Streets
a&17iguost Cash Prico paid for
Ho en ana uaitio.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionablo Barber
hair Dn.MJiiBjan.
mum sun: or mouth sweet
Between Washington and Commercial
Avenues.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
ANIf
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Between Washington ni'J. Commercial
Aveuuea, aojoinina; aaany a.
K'KKl'S for sale thu best Beef, l'tilk. Mutton
wl. ljinih. Kauiuiiie. Au.. suit Is tin
irl to eervc laiulllcs In an accrpuble inatiucr
R. W. MXXAEltt
forwabdhto
Commission Merohmnt,
Auadnler Id '
ThOVR, MEALBAIN HAT,
OFTK.t
jSOMIOUn.
o--tr.
A1KO.ILUNOI!!.
C. OLOSE,
Crural-
Oommiuion Merchant
AND DKALtl Vi
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
HAIR, fee.,
Uait.r City HatloMtl Bak.
IWlI.t, ssll In cur-locd lot it Duinufkctitrwt
prices, ailitltiic Krcijtlit.
JQHN B. PHHAXS
AMD OM,
(8ucchom to John 11. Pfatllla)
PORWABDINO
AMU
Commission Merchants
An'l Dealer In
HAY, ORK, OATS, FLOUR,
MXAL, 1BAV, U.
ApnU for IA7UH ft B1KB P0WDM CO
:Corar Taatk ltrt aad Okl
7. I) Malhiiss. K C.
MATHUSS Sc UHL,
FORWABDINO
Anil Gcnsnil .
Commission Merchants
Dealers in
FLOUR. GRAIN. HAY AND
PRODUCE,
8OMo
K, .1, Ayres, R. D. Ayret.
AYRES Sc CO.,
3TXiOT7Zl
Ami grnenl
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO ZXVEE.
M. VV. 1'AKKV.n.
W r, AXLKY.
PARKER, AXLEY ft WILD,
(SucCMiiora to Parker A Axley,)
I1INEK.VL
COArAIISSION MERCHANTS
Dealers In
Ha, Corn, Oats, Flour and Coun
try Produce Generally
ORANGES,
LEMONS,
and CHOICE
BUTTER,
A Socially.
100 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILL.
or ast. rAmtmi.
It. It. ll'NNIXUUA.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(iicccxora to Miller A Farkcr,)
FORWARD G
. AND
Commission Merchants
And Dealern tn
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
oinct :
, Ul OIllOlAYfcfc.
CAIltO, ILLINOIS,
W"V have leaiu! the Tjirin, Vllnw War.
lioue, Moraire catiacily 3,0011 tonn, which Rive
us arume facilities foratorint(aiwlhhplnir.
C-D-lf.
I!(HVRANCE.
C. N. HUGHES,
General
Insurance Agent
OPTICK:
omo xjjo'vaDB.
Ott Xkthou ft DU't.
"VfONK but Fir.t-C'lass Coiniiie r.ir
fenttsl.
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 18 AS.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
Gtneral
Insurance Agents,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City NttttMl luk lUiU, vyuin.
The Oldest BaUbUahad Asaaoy in Soutk
am Illinois, rapresaaunsT '"r
tesoooooo.
Tow-Boat For Sale
Ms.aaA I .. 1 1 1 IT r. . . I u kill
lilir. fsiuweriucr t,uci ,ui -
1 TOWInjC Sttrn-wnt.fi . is luawin,
wltbrnglnw, nmchlnery, tackles, yiiparel sad
furniture s she uovr lie t Cflro, Ills.
Her Itngth Is 1 fret, htr brrsdtU fttt. her
JenthS feet and incasurrs x7 tons. She hail
boilers ii fset long ami W , nches JbuwUr, Jtls
nrcssura engines wltli cylinders I7S '?
luurteriuidrwtstok fesd pu
rues in diameter andH inches stroke and all
inotlera ImprovrtnrnU.and u In
suunch, sen worthy, aud In good coaditloe ftr
uaTlgaiioa. rorUrmi.plyio.g TAtu)B
Cairo, Ills,, NovsnibrS. li.' -II .
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