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W. I. BRISTOL,
FAMILY
G-ROCER
keep everything pertaining to
the line of maple and Fanoy oro
30rl08, Woodenware, Vegetables, '
Pruita, Ac, tio.
Try
My New Style Mixed
TEA.
Dttlbrout Combination t'tom uy
Beforo O Herod In tho Market,
ktid of Ux-cnllont Flavor.
Whittaker Hams I
Wisconsin bu-mk,
OeatralHopYoast
Aa'Wi 'i'liU BilBiUcl.
NEW STVR
LAMP CHIMNEYS, I
BEE THEM
laaaMMBMHlMnMi
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
IOAL,
Coal Coal.
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
ST. JOHN'S and
PEYTONA CANNEL
COAL!
Ordors for Coal by tho car-load,
'on, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
' "To largo consumers and all
Manufacturers, wo aro prepared
:o supply any quantity, by tho
aionth or year, at uniform rates.
' CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
rfltalllily Hn 'iblUiv, X" "0 Ohio Lever, i
FV-llttiriiliiy llro ' u hart boat
rl-At Ktryptiuii Mills, or
IJ-At the ' L'oul Duniji, fixit oniilrly-LWit
rfct
CJ-l'o.t Oftle Drawer. .70.
JOHN TANNER,
Itctall DiiiUr In
SCOTCH -A-XjID
AMI-
English Porter
Imported from Now York City.
DEPOT
No. 178 Woshhicton Avw.
Corner KlevontU St.,
OAino
XZiXi-
ni-3.
Ivni
REST !
REST!
Ever present "B'st for tho Weary."
,Miiltiv-cs, l'llluivt mill lliiUli'i. nl
G. W HICK'S
Mattress Manufactory,
Cfiriu-r of Mnrluenth unt l'l',l .f.fwftii, bu
Ittrfii llic New York Store nnd t'ot . 'Iiivlov ' u -Ice.
R follows! KxcelMor and .Shuck Slat-
lrvSiS. nillkltu, OttOll toil, i ! MVllllH
"ottnn top. Rood plain Hliiwk Miilln es. )
1i LouiiKr, Musi, nnd Oil) .Mnttiven ut
f.iiir nrlce In milt the liarl time-. Terms
itilclly rush ItlKheiit en- price jwld lor eorn
hurWo, dellieieil hi mv fuelory
6.a)-il&w-l .
Priv.U Preierlption Book.
Bi-fur. cMnultlni .ut ilocinr fur Cnron,
, to .U4 Beiul t)ueit, AittMiit,
lirotieunu, t .urrhbl''.4i.i.iuilloo, I'lli-.,
rl,ti,U, V.rlcue.l., lltdimTlt, Bcrofu.
Ivu., hji tillliM anl Uhln liti.uifti,
rr r.unipl.l.l, I rn,.U Ukoi. klJo.T
iid... oeniinil and Nervoua vo-
Dllllr And JLxh.ii.llnn Imrtol.n
Icy.olKl.Kirkiur. ana ll.li.r.M'xrl.
iuk . xmpruacai
JUltiU, i" llui.. iimn,, .,,,1 ii.tith
I. ..naulS U5 Glllts rr It.. PpIv.ia
L . Bnnil. Il, I.I.U nu I I...I
tW. . p A 1 1 1 n r Kiuuiiiim iw D,i.
UUIUu n.roiu ji.u-. .tut tnir..
rw Baau.u, .rinini iir
n 80 ftvn exprlcnM, m,ur.
ll,. .lwl.4l. bull
ZZ.midJ "ill nrra.ii.lil corn, U ui i c.jm, do
tSrtrlVt ii !" '
I n
VOL. 7.
i.ili;oit ii:am:hn.
R. SMYTH &.CO.,
V hulMale Ulii!) IttUilt Dealers lb
Foreign and Domestic
LIQUORS
m im:m of am umarn:
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLS.
fMYTII A CO. hsw
sully
'l V,.... -,'.v nf ih liti .ml in tho limr
kit, and Wcci.eUl atlrtittnn loll MholuMs
ruiirh nf Ihr Imilnrn
hi:.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
JOHN SPROAT,
WIkiIituU mill It.Uil Jimtw in
PURE LAKE ICE
Cutro nnd Kunktikou, lil.
CAIRO OITICK:
A I It II la It a WilitbU'i,, (Join.-1 Twklftb St
Hinl Ohio l.uvro.
I ulll lun an lir woi;.-,ii lliiuiifit.uUt
the
I msuii, iltllrmriK ,un- Mle in In n
,ttf.r Ihi-cltv M Hit lnvWal IDiilLft Jiili.-, ami
will i.lifimriiltti Hi) Itkiiil, ouljil-tlirc'll-rilli
( liT IIih r.iki-ot i.i Ion,, .icIh in iHlliH
or filtimtiil tu kiiv itniiiw.
HOTULM.
GRAND CENTRAL
HOTEL.
UOMo&il
Efl?Iil
IAl. AVENUiJ
WM VVI-.l,ZKI.. VfOKtlolur.
J llt r-1 uutt Ltj.t h,l,t ni l ,Ur Ul
trali.i ki. I Htuii.lrtjH
Jt. l-M,f fc,iiiinci.tiUmi
let Imliikut
. a.u-tf
H IIOI.r.NALi: fJKUl'KltH.
j STRATTON & BIRD,
(Wholesale Grocers
-AUil
I Commission Merchants
I AOENTS AMEHICAN POWDKR CO,
I
57 Ohio Levee.
II 'Ihoin
L I) 'fhOMi
THOMS & BROTHER,
(iicn-iirs In 11 M Hul.-u.)
Commission Merchants
QHOKERB
Ati'l ilralfrs la
STAPLE AND FAN C Y
GROCERIES,
Foreign and Domeittc Finite nd If lit
184 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
DiuUr In
BOAT STORES,!
Commission Merchant,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
sl;
I'KCIAI. Hlteutton Kiwi! toeiiiHlKiiliitiits nnJ
miiiii: (iittri'ii
l.VITAMOII.S.
B. F. PARKER,
IVnltr In
r?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
jantisiiEis.
Wull Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, Sic,
Alwayi on hand, the cilelmiled IHiitnliuitliiB
AUltOHA Oil.
Corner Eleventh Street nnd Wahluif
ton Avenue
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
PBOPRIETOB,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
lulletin Building, Corner Twelfth Street
and Waahmirton Avenuo,
Onli'o, XlllttolM.
IfCoiintr and tUllro.vl Work t upcclttUy .
CAT$b, TLLTNOIS, FRIDAY, JTJLY 9. 1875.
- -
ciiDoruiPV
SUPREMACY.
A FIGHT FOR
tiiltii-iillr liirlili'iil ill
lhi NoiKIimi-vI.
TritTol In
Il'iuiu llif Viekilnirif llnulil
A c'elillemnn trlillii in lhl i lly luul
occasion a few ilay.K since to taKe :i Jour
ney down tin'., river and .fiverul miles
back Ironilt. nsltitfn saddle hone, liark
tic overtook 1.1 f ii In :i pparn-lv settled
district, nt nl ii the road; wev In :i Imd
condition and lluieve nltiff looked thrent
ciiliir, In) halted brtoro a lorlnru look
ing ft tit . and n-ked It' Jin could llnd loil;.
mir.
"I reckon ye moiu.'ht." replied Ihclonjr
haired, sorrowful-eyed splatter, niter
hr'lLithi a moment.
'I'll)' Vl''ksliur.'rr loiind Utile to eat,
and his lior-c round Hill lex. The
iiuatlcr and hl wife wi re all alone, and
tliuv had hut a few wonU for the
.''tran- I
irer. and M'.irrelv mioI.i- to each oilier,
U'heti th' n!tiir uii-w old the ttaveler
camped down on the lloor on a blanket,
ond helni? very tired he fell asleep while
hoit and I10M1M were smoking their
black clay plpesut tlif other mil of the
loom. He had slept afcutit two hour-.
i when the emitter shook hhn by the
noun rutin sniu:
"Strantfer, I'm powerful orrv to di
turli ye, hut I want to a u favor.'
"Yd yes what If If" Inquired the
'Icksbiirxnr, as he rUbheil hU vrs ami
iat up.
" e like to see fur plav. don't re itr.iti-
ut-v
nl rourM'.''
"Wall, ine'n lie- old nwiIiiuii ein't
ujiree; somehoiv she'", eroi, ami Mchv,
nnd I guess 1'ni 4 trlile ujlv. -l.eaitwl-i,
e don't hint up north olJ lxot-. We've
lit and fit; I'm old nnd she', chuek full i."
trrit. nml Its nhont an even thine; !"
"Well, I'm orry." put In the Vl.-ks-biir"er,
the iqimtter heltatetl.
"U e'veljcenn-hnlkin lnceveciitii,str.ni.
jer, nnd we've made up to ak y,. to hold
Hie eiudle ami let us go In for an old
rouer of u llyht a revulur old sockdol
ager, which "hall settle our Am ! It f
lick, she'll no : If he lick-. I'll travel
I'm sorry Ii" tlioric's nny troulile, and I
hope yon won't light.'
"Wi.-'ve got to do It, stianger. replied
the woinrin, "I won't live with a man
who kin lick me, and he's Jint as high
born. Sam's n-, good as the run o' men,
but he's Inzy nnd a;sv. and he want" to
wear hU hat on hU car!"
She ilk'ht, -trnnycr. ' Hld tlw .qunt
tf r. "and tiiU cabin can't hold both nf m
any longer. to be n squur' light -
no Kicinug or ciuirbliiff, ami we won't t'o
back oner decision."
The lckburKer protested, but the
woinnn plneed a lighted, candle in hU
hand, and posted linn In the door, mid
man and wife stepped out on the ground.
"Snke, I'm icolug to wallop ye right
smart In Just four hoots and a holler 1"
nld the eijuntter. as he pushed up his
Meeves.
,vu ,l0".'.' wv'k'1 "li,ur Into three
ton:" she replied In n xrim voice, and
the battle eomnienced.
The Vlcksbuncer inentallv bet twentv
to one on the man at the .start, but
in two minutes he had reduced tho odds
in Inn. and In tim tnlnntj .
Iwttini; even. The wife was like n wild
cat, spriuglnti, dodglm;, striking and
clawing, ami jiretty soon her husband hail
to ttHtid on the defensive.
"Look out for the Uengal tiger, Suke !"
he warned as he clawed the air.
"I can whip tin; boots otl'ii ye,.S.im!"
she replied nnd the battle grew fiercer.
One of the woman's sharp nails struck
tlie hu-band'.s eye and blinded htm tornn
Instant. As he threw up hN arms ho
s'led both her hands Into his hair,
vauked him down and In another moment
had the "gouge" on lihu.
".Sain, do ye rave"' he irked as they
lay iulct.
"'T hat'-, the dead-wood, Suke, and I'm
a licked man !"he inournl'tilly answered.
.''he let him tip, ami ho turned to the
Vlekburger ami inquired :
".Stranger, was it a fa'r fought "
"I guess It wn !"
"Then I travel !"
He entered lite hut, nut on hk eoat
and hat, took up his rllle, and s he came
out he reached hU hand to his wile, ami
said :
"Good-hye, Suke! We agreed fa'r
ami squar', and here f go !" Then, turn
ing to the traveler,, he added :
".Much obleeged, stranger ye held the
candle plumb fa'r, and ye didn't holler
for either one of u!"
And he walked down to the fence,
leaped over, and was soon lost to sight.
Good null' on the shoot," imbed the
wife tis .-he gazed alter him, "but hl.
lighting weight 1- dnr run down to
nulhln!''
liitelien Iti-i-ritilM.
1'u Fn C'iiickkv. The chickens re
killed, sodded, picked and vahud out
.letuilvlu water, then uuartedaud thrown
Into boiling lard. They are done brown
in a few minute.-, then -erved up hot and
lrv.
SoAi.i.ormi Vi;ai Taku three veal
steaks, and boll very i-ott : take them out
ami save the water in which they were
hulled. Chop the meat very line i put
Into a deep lbh, with alternate layer of
the meat and ba-ad crumb:, salt and pep
per eacli layer, aim small lumps oi nutter.
When the bowl Is unite full, add the
liquor, of which there i-hould be .thout a
pint, aim a teacup oi iuuk.
h.w. i Dmissixo. oiks ol two eggs,
raw ; two taiilespooustui ot oil ami sutnu
ol biigur; fourmui'tnrd-spoonsful mustard:
two sait-spooiijiui i-aii ; mix togetlierami
heat well. Hull one teaeupful of vinegar
and tlr Into tho mixture. .Set the whole
Into a pan id boiling water, to pa-vent
iUcurdling; Mir until it thickens. This
will keep u week, ami Is (food for lettuce,
staw or ciiicm'ii ."iiuui.
Srt.NACii. rick thu leaves from thu
teuiH and wash them, so as to remove all
thu dirt and grit ; let them drain In a co
lander lor a lew moments, l'ut (lu-m in
a haiiee-pan of boiling water, only just
enough to cover them, and let. them lioll
on the gallop for llfteen or twenty min
utes, I'our into ii colander, drain out
the water, chop lluely, ami reason with
halt and pepper, and serve on a platter,
with dropped eggs placed all over them.
.Sn;wr,i) W.m:u-citi:s.-,Ks. Water
cresses are very delicious stewed. They
should be placed In strong salt and water
to free them from Insects, alter which
they should bo earelully picked over, the
water drained oil, and then put Into a
stew pan with a lump of butter and a lit
tle salt and pepper; a lew minutes will
sulllce to render the cress quite tender.
A little vinegar may be added Just before
serving, but this must be according to
taste.
Stuawiiewiy Shoiu cake. With one
quart of sifted, Hour mixed thoroughly
two teaspoonfnl erenui-tnrtnr nnd one of
coda, or the equivalent ofthese In baking
powder; rnh In a bit, of butter the of
rill iMfff. n llltle nW. nild HWeet milk
nioutrli to lorm a tort doiiL'h ; roll hnlfnn
Inch thlek nnd hakeln a shallow, pan 1.1
or 20 minutes : have ready two nnnrfs of
llnefreh ftrnwbcrrlH: M'lif ,l"' eake,
plaee hall the Mrawlicrrles between and
cover thleklv with white Mip.ir and ereatn;
mil the other half on the lop and
cover In the ame way : crre a -oon a
done.
Dnii.n Iti'.i.i'. Pint of salt, teaeun of
ln own suar, teapoonol saltpetre mixed
well togeflier. for every twenty poumU
of IkcI. Divide the mixture into lour
equal part", lav the mrat on a hoard and
rub one of the parts In every ionecutlve
morning for four morning'. On the llllli
or idxth day It will 1h ready lo hang up.
If the mixture Is done in cold weather, and
the nilxtine well ruMicillii, It will keep
during the, hottest weather or until it U
Hied. We like It lie,i without lielng
smoked ; U nice boiled while new, frizzled
with cream; equally so eliipped and eaten
r.iw .
(!iu:i. I'kai. ThU mol L'lalelul ne-
rei?ory to many dMie of a more sub-
ytalltiai liautrc until ne iem lo lumc
green, as nodi-h li)(ikle-ileinitliii; than
iieaJ, If thev wear an antuinual hue
They should aUn be young, aiel If jio?I
ble. be cooked almost m soon ii prath
ered. Therefore, ihell them at onec. anl
throw them Into boiling yalteil water
keep the sauecpan nncoxead, and boll
fioin twenty to thirty minutes, accord
lin; to their age, Then drain In a colmid'i
nnd pour Into n heated dldi, puttlui
large piece of butter Into the middle of
them, atlr the poas around quickly, add
jtepper and nit, and erve a ht Atpo
dblo. '
The Inlllilul .tlvmltpr ul tliel'tibluet.
Vlilnston I-eller i th- t'tileajrsThiiti,
It K u queer coincidence that thf reform
members of Grunt's Cabinet. Utlstow,
Jewell und Pierreponl, should bejtheonly
ones to remain at their posts of duty this
summer. It Is an open rebuke, without
words, to their vagabond associate? who
are at present roaming up and down the
eaith drinking cocktails, .ruhltig alter
the cool ilmdes nnd lovely women of the
watering places. The three that trm.iln
here work hard.
Jewell strlos oil hi coat nnd vest din
ing thee hot days In hh otllce. The vis
itor finds this white headed, rtorid bml
ncsvlooklng man persnlriuir inn well dia
monded shirt and :i pair of llyht trousers
Since the hot weather it has been discov
ered that Jewell is not proud He does
not wear shirt that open bell ml. He I .
cry fond ot hU ebai, buta be has Is
sued an order to his subordlnatei thu
tb.ire -hall be no smoking durlnc oltl.v
hours, he closi y adheres lo It lilmself.
But the minute It o'clock approaches
Jewell catches tin a husre Havana, and
the moment thu clock strikes, he strikes
a light, anil blows n blue cloud of Intense
enloymeut as n reward for sK hours of
felfHlcnlal.
I'lfrrepont, Mho is fully as Industrious:
as any of the threi-. does not apparently
SUfTer trom the bent. You visit him
when the thermometer Is at 102 In the
shnde, anil you rlml him cool and calm.
Ills linen Is white nnd stllllv starched.
ills .black tio Is precisely In position. He
is always most carefully dressed, nnd hns
the reputation of havlnir never perspired
,,n.5! '5 i:?,Jln5S,.S"offl. around to
the soutli MUeofthe treasury hullillnir.
In a room that has such a draught
through It that a younj? gale enters every
minute. He Is so phlegmatic thai both
hiif In the way of weather could ever an
noy nun. lie worns very sieauny, nnu is
rarely ever .absent from the olllce.
VAIUK.TY STORK.
(STew-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
XjVXSfOSt
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
'.lonior 10th St. and Commercial Av
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
"CnuiienUuiiilblj- Ihe bent xiintitlucit
Hork ol Hie kluii in ine Horlil."
HARPER'S MAGAZINE,
iLi.i'.HTK.vri:i.
NOTICES OF HIB I'ltEtSS.
The -ver lucreusln;; elrculstlon ot this
excellent monthly U'oi Its continued
ndaptlou to popular deblrcs und needs. In
deed, when we think Into how inuuy homes
It penetrates even- month, wo must con
sider it us one of tuu educators u woll as
entertainers of tho nubile mind, tor Us vast
popularity ha tiecn won by no oppenl to
ntupld rrejuillceii or depraved taste. Hoi
ton Globe.
The chaucter which thin Macozlno po.
scfc for vsriety.cotcriirl-e.iiriistle wealth,
and literary culture thnt hu kept pace with,
If It lias not led the times, should cause Its
ooniluclors to regard It w ith Jutlllable eoni
plaeeney. It lo entitles them to a great
claim upon the public sratltudo. Tho
Mairazlne hss done good uml not evil nil
thu'diivsol Its life. lliooklyn Kaylc.
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HOMffiOPATHIST.
in-
l.c-aehh!is had ahiiKe i'"rUne
in Hie
lirjclievor.Meilleliieiiiid.'Stuirery K$iiclu1 r.t
tentlon luild In the llnmii'0itlile treatiuuil '
Surulcjit dl-e--.n, and ill-i".i"e5 nf women and
children.
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Nlnlli ttittt. ll-T-l-ir
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ILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
HES!lKNti::.Xi ii 'Ihllt'-cnlli tlliel, Le
rtvecn Washington nxeiiue und WnlimUllfet.
OFt'ICK: North elde of KIkIUU ' liwt be
tween Cotniuetxlid nnd Wn-hliiBtiiiiucniic.
c.
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UKSIDKNCI.
Corner Ninth met Wnlnut
Stieetn.
Ot't'ICK: Corner .SlMh uticet and Ohio Uue.
OKKICK IIOl'Kv rioiinlii in. l.'ui , nnd
fi-oin i to t p in
W. BLAUW,
Gorman Physician.
OFFICE: llmler'n lllook, (up-stalrs) ,
IllKhtli strw.1 und WiuhiiuUon iiMiiue.
I.AIVYI'.KS.
OIIN H.MULKEY,
AUorney at I-inv.
CAIItO, ll.t.IVOIv
OFFICK; t:iKli"' Stnit. Iteeit Cummei
clnl und Wiihliii:ton inennee,
rjAMUEL P
WUEELEIt,
IJ
Attorney
at litnv.
OFFICK: Ohio I-evce, M;r room loinierly
oeeniilid hy First Nntlunul Hank,
OAlltO. I1.I.1XOH.
Q.REEN & GILBERT,
AttOl'lH'.VH ailtl CoilliSt'lOl'N
at I.tnv.
OFFlCKi Ohio t-evce, rnnmn J mill f
v.,ilmi!il llnnl;.
I Wllllnmll liieen
Jill
Wllltiuil II. (illl'ert
(,'AlltO ILLINOIS
l allies r rel K i.ius
Admiralty and
vn-RSCRlPTION FREE.
.,ul,- rnrn III' Sritlllinl V til U HI'S .
H Lost Manhood and all disorders J.rouKlit
im by Indiscretion or rrc.3 Any liriii-Rlt
lia ine HiBrom-in.-. mrrnv irn
Addn8, nr. E. "''Tf?-' , Sii'.L
1.21-dAw-lV. iJInclimMI, 'Miln
71
V'U iwi.nn
QUAIilFVIWG TUBUS,
I hi- Juluif i,utAti , l!.d Intniiuriil l,y
1'iluiii" ottone li very latrh
i'itv c 1 ti.n 'ri"ndricd
5:;:" :i 'ii Same Capacli?.
ii, V I'ttU lit ' O. liHV
illritn Okjiwia V,i
iiii!i ,".
Vnilri.
IMPROVEMENTS
in llw t'r ...
,
NO.
WARREN ORGAN CO.. Detroit, Mich.
MRS. Ii. J. SPEARS,
'IMOSAttriffflfflL.
Weat aide Ccmmorclul Avenuo. betweon
KU.'hta and Ninth streets,
CS'et dour In ! Hiliycr' diy pnd slnie.)
A IV11 line nl' the hitt-t und lim-t I'liMiiniiahtv
Mjle- if
HATS AMD BONNETS
lihv.iv on Imlid Al-oe
IV Irlleli of
Ribbons Lacos
nnd Trimmings,
I'liiiu the et.' ipr-i til lilt- mo-,! ec-l1' Ijulles
will llml nii mid cuTjlhliiK In her dote I'm-a
complete livil, Uill in- party oiittlt.
I'liees tu eo!iiK le with nil J" in the i'-t.
J3"Alm iip'iit for the Home -ewllijf .Miii'liiiie.
Ilii-.-i-lli-ll'
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
Coruar Poplnv und Eleventh Stveeta.
IfHighost Cush Prico puid for
Hobs und Cut tio.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionnblo- Barber
.want swi: or mnnru stiiuk'J
Between WiishhiKton nnd Commercial
Avemios.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Between Wnahlnirtop ind Comwercial
Avenues, adjolninu Ilanny's.
T7"EF.l'S for sale the tst llecf, Terk, Motion
IV v,r,l. Ijinih. Sansnce. Ac . nnd Is pro
pjred tn serve llunlllee In iu ureertsl'le moniier
.m
CdmmtHMion Merchant,
AuddciiltT In
PLOUlt, MEAT., OKAIN UAY,
El'O.
Ol'f IC'F .
,1! OlilOMVCK.
-?-tr.
AlIMl. fLLI.VOH.
a. CLOSE,
'.ni li
Commission Merohant
iti r.riun ih
IiIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
HAIR, &o
Under City NatloMl Iuk,
IWI t,t. ffll In nir-looil lnta at nniniifticnirrr
prlceii, milling FivIkIiI.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AND SON,
(Simmon to .lohn B. PhllUil
FORWARDINQ
AV1
Commission Merchantg
Alul lii-ulrj In
HAY, OOUN. OATB. FLOUR,
MKAL, BRAN, otc.
Ag.ul. for LAFLIN & RAND rOWUBtt CO.
lOorner Tenth Straet mmA Okto
Levee.
7. I) Mxtlum
E 0
MATHUSS dc UH1,
FORWARDINQ
And (I'tueril
Commission Merchants
tlmlu, til
FLOUR, GRAIN. HAY AND
PRODUCE,
J4k Olilo Xjoveo,
K J Aries
a. u Arm.
AYRES & CO.,
vUi.l tr.tnil
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
M W. l-AHiikn.
V r AXLKY.
1. II. WILD.
PARKER, AXLEY & WILD,
(iiiccmoM to I'rkr A A.xley.)
dcSF.ruL---
COMMISSION MEKllJxilSTS
Dealer, In
Huv, Corn, Oats, Plour and Coua
try Produce Generally
OKAIUUeo,
LEMONS,
and CHOICE
BUTTER,
A Siwclalty.
190 Commercial Avenuo, CAIRO, rrt
i.ri-s-is-tr.
DVAH J. I'.UIKUI:
II. II. CC.VNIKOIUX.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
'-nrivjiois to Miller ,t Purker,)
FORWARD G
ash
Commission Merchants
And Dealcis In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
ETC,
OITK'l. .
lil OHIO IXM'.I.,
I'AlltO, ILLINOIS.
K3"Vflmie lea-til the Ijiixc Yellow Ware
houe, stoineeiipacltyU.liO" inni, which Klves
ii uniple fuellltles for itorliiB und hlilnK.
li-lf.
IXNURAXt'K.
O. N. HUGHES,
Gencnd
Insurance Agent
OFFICE:
OHIO Xj3D-7-3
Over IftthoM eta's.
TCTONE but
iM wilted,
I'likt-Ctaai Compsnlfi repir
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1858.
SAFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
(lennul
Insurance Agents,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Nstlonsl Bank Building, up-stairs.
TUo Old tst Established Airenoy In Soutn
ern Illinois, reproaantlns ovr
165 000 000.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealer in '. ) '
All kind hard and ftofl.)
FLOORING, IDiyQ, LATH, 0
BfiiT mmi Ymt.
Corner Tblrty-rourth Itwt
Ohio Levee.

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