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W. L BRISTOL,
FAMILY
GROCER
Roops everything pertaining to
tho lino of Staplo and Fanoy Gro
3prie, Woodonwaro, Vogotabloa,
Fruits, Ac, &c.
Try
My Now Stylo Mixed
TEA,
Different Combination From any
Before Offered in tho Market,
ondof Excellent Flavor.
Whittaker Hams
WISCONSIN BUTTER,
Sweet aad Blch
Central Hop Yeast
Again This Summon
- -
tEW STYLE
LAMP CHIMNEYS,
SEE THEM
rmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO XIX.
-OAI
Coal Coal,
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
ST. JOHN'S and
PEYTONA CANNEL
GOAL!
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
dTo largo consumers and all
Annufnoturors. wo are Dronarcd
to Biipply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
rj-Hallldayllni 'a office, No 70 Ohio Lcu
Kj-llairhlay Hro.'a wharf boat
--AI Kirnitlan Mill,, or
CJ-At the Coal Dump, foot of Thirty-Eight
Ol'ot Office Drawer,
sno.
JOHN TANNER,
Itelall Dealer in
English,
Importod from Now York City
DEPOT s
No. 178 Washington Ave.
Corner Eleventh St.,
XXjXj
a31-5.1a-2in
REST! BEST
f
Ever present "Rvat for tho Weary.'
Mutticiref, Pillows ami HoUtrtb nt
G. W HICK'S
Mattress Manufactory,
Corner of Nineteenth slid I'oplar Nlrctts, ,!
Iween the New York Store and Col . Tuylor's of
fice, as follow: KxceWlor ami Shuck Mnt
trtt'ea, full tire, cotton top, S i second slie,
cotton top, 5j good plain hhuclc Mattresses, J
and 5i Ixiunne, HlUKle, anil Crib Mattresses at
reduced price, to suit the hnnl time. Term
strictly cuaii. Highest cath price paid fur corn
shucks, delivered nt mv factory.
6.30-11 A w-iw.
rh Private Prescription Book,
Defer rontutilnf ny -lnur lor Cnron
p lo nt a$xual Dtaeaaca. A.ilmi,
UroDctillL. I'KUrrb, (.'ouiuiiil'lIoa.riL-a,
rutuu, Vrloocrl, ll;ilnrlA, Hrriifu.
Iui. hjrMllllo oJ Sin llluaaoi, l.lv
r t'oiullut. Friu.l. U'rakor... kHnrf
lil..a.i, Soinlnal and Kervoua Do
bllllr and JCshauatlon. luiDOten
1 ojr, Hlrkiur. al ill Hl.-.mtli-
V. J u JEioeaaea ana impruaoni
uabua. tttve time, aioncr tni archil
br .viiu. aa m.m .... ii.. v-l
MARRIAGE (jUIDE ttWMt
iSS. Vail PtMcrtbloiSsw Mathoda of Treatraant I- r
lit aMTaiiHaiia. bu BO year a ciparlcnoe. cniur.
ta..M4l T aa? wnaaaeol ur, la .11 lur.u.i m,ni
Srualr.ualanooiii. Utlil utder ami aa
if?
. THE AMERICAN BEMEDY CO..
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R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale arit Itctall tleiili-M In
Foreign and Domestic
LIQUORS
ASH
W I.VKS OF Alii- KIXIIM,
No. 60 Ohio Leveo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MKSSIf. SMYTH A CO. have antly
a lrK stock or the l-it Roods I" the Mar
let, and kI"i,1I attention toll'4' "holi-sala
rmiDi n r th l)iilnc,A
ki:,
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
JOHN SPROAT,
U boH-Nilt nml IUIuII Dealer ill
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo and Kankakco, III.
CAIRO OFFICE i
At Hulen Wilson's, GornerTwslfth St
una uaio ixsvee.
will run an Ice waicon tliruuxhout the
.StiMon. ilelherlntr pure late leu In any
wrt tit the cltv at tlie luwe.t innrWt iirlic. anil
will altofuruiah in v fHcij'U out.idu the. city with
ix by the cake or car load, pacL.il in tau'dnat
or filomvut to any litntunce.
HOTEL.
Grand Control
HOTEL.
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Cornor 33 Is la. tlx Stroot,
WK. WETZEL, Proprietor.
ATltUSTY watch kept nllit ami day for
mint and anumboaU.
Tlie let of ncrommrxLitJona f(r rninl-nl
jrutrts at Two Dollar, wr ilar 3-lS-lf
WlIUI.CNAI.i: Ult'HKKN.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-Ami
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
II A Thorns
L. D. tboin.
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Succcawrs to 11 M llnlcii,)
Commission Merchants
Auil detdtrs In
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
Foreign and Domestic Fruits and Nuts
164 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Duller In
BOAT STORES,:
Commission Merchant,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
QI'HCIAL attention Riven toconslKnincuU and
O Ullliu onlen,
B. F. PARKER,
Dealer In
r?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
3EjnXTXIUI6.
Wall Papor, Window Glass, Win
aow onaaus, aus.
Alwavn oil hand, the celebrated iiiuniinuiinj
AlJllOllA OIL.
Broita' Bulldiuc,
Corner Elovsuth Strset and WashtaB'
ton Avenue
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
J. G. XXTTUXjH,
PROPRIETOR.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
luUetinBuildlnri Corner Twelfth Street
aad Washington Avenue,
Cairo, Xlliuola.
HrCountr nd Railroad Work n Bpcciulty,
Offlct, BiAlle)tla. ai.ldle. Osmrt S-vrmltih. Street mi
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1875.
glu BnU4t.1t.
FOREIGN.
KUKTHEK DETAILS OF THE OBEAT
EARTHQUAKE.
Tfrrll.!- Htonn In Ihe llnrhor nt XnU
tinrnlao.
The Engllih Ccngregational Mlnliten and
Henry Ward Beechcr.
I UK HIIKAT lUllTIIQlAKIi.
Xi:w VoitK, .Tul 10. A steamer Iruni
riiiutina brliiRt Inter detiill of the gn at
rurtlniiuku hi rtuntli Ameriuii. Cueiitn
U In rtilii!. nut it ?IiikIu 1ioiiu reiiiulnln.
The killed are calculated at 5,(XX). Ito
carlo, San Antotilii, Kpachcco, .San Juan
do Trent), San Cayetniif. .San Cristobal,
Tarilia, I.obatora, La (irlta ami adjoin
ln vlllaex are In "OiiiiMf ruin. .Sain
zan fiiill'ered evtir' , nml Hie suljolutng
country U WMtU viwtnti d. C'lilmu da,
Clinpo, 1'aiiiiI.i ..I, Cii'-atila, vj-''dae,
,S inili''o, (TmiIIihiu" .umi ilraineloie liave
also wen reat uU'erer!'. Tlie
iiiiniler of the dead in Cncuta U cal
culated at tliree-iiiuterj of the entire
population. Tlie lew ianillierf wived are
on the out-kli U of what was; the city,
hnt they will t-oon bo obliged to retire as
the putriractioti of the dead will not al
low them to remain. It U heartrending
to kee the wounded, who have no care
and cannot remain long alive In their
prc-cnt coiiditlou. Thieves and robber
aweptdown on the HMated city ami
hardly a ini:lc safe has Ih-cu saved Irotu
the custom hoti-e. The pillage i? gen.
cral. Four hundred males were killed hi
the streets and a there Is no one to re
move them the ."tench Ik becoming fright
ful. The etorchotisu at i'uerto de Los
-'aeho3 wa Kacked and burned by ban
(Ills In l'iedeeueUi, the town hall U de
stroyed and in I'amplona the cathedral U
In ruin. The Venezuela tlde has htillered
.more severely than the Columbian. Ten
thou-and dollars were sent to-day
from thi. city for the rcllel of tlie ui'
tcrcrs. IX.Mtl LL irOK.M AT VAI.I'AHAInO.
Panama, July 2. The W'ut Cut Mail
of the atnli of June ttate.i that during a
recent terrible storm in tlie harbor of
Valparaiso at least forty boys belonging
to tlie training i-hlp were drowned; aUo
between 20 and 30 sailors, and from 12
to -13 boatuiau exclusive of eight pvjons
who went down In the unfortunate
Kgerie. No correct estimate of the lo-s of
property hai been arrived at, but what
witfi the stranding of vessel", fluking of
hulk-, damage to ve$H'ls and destruction
of lighters and boats (tlie lat two prob
ably exceeding one hundred In number),
destruction of baths ainl other prop
erty, tlie amount will be heavy.
THE CONfillUflATIONALIMrt axu itr.K.ciir.ii.
Loxdox, July 10. The Timt having
publMied Mine strictures on the address
In favor of Henry Ward lfeeclier by the
Congregational mlnl'terf, Dr. Alexander
Itulolgli, ono of thu signers, ha written
a reply. lie fays in signing tim u.i.in
i ii.ivcr inciuit to commit any portion of
the noilconforml-tstohU views, and adds:
"u is not a soutui nnniitiic to assert tuat
l)ecause a man may be blameable in
lighter tiling", lie U not tobeaiiproached
ltlt an expression of sympathy by tho-e
who ftre uii"i)eakably glad to believe he
has shown himself Innocent of the heavier
:liariro with coim!et.i Riu-.wiiiu." 'ruo
letter concluilpfi as follows : "I never
supposed that In signing the document I
was exprc-lng any opinion on Mr.
Ileechcr',"" payings or doings In general.
I believe the Christian sentiment of Kng-
land will unanimously lament and con
temn some thhiL'S which lleecher ac
knowledged. In the coune of the trial
he blamed lilinef without stint. I be
lieve ho ha- recovered himself, and will
stand in honor and usefulness as for
merly.'
Till'. .MA YOU' IIANQIT.T.
All the foreign mayors to whom were
sent Invitations to the International
banquet at tho Guild hall on the
20th Inst, have accepted, two only ex
cepted. Tin: AMiuncAX kii'li:mi:x.
The American rllle team arrived In
Gla-gow this morning. During the day
thev visited tlie nrineinal places ot Inter
est and made trips to Loch Lomond and
other lanes, i ney nrrivcu in liiiiuuurgu
to-night. Tlio Americans will remain in
Scotland until Wednesday next. The
Scotch riflemen started for Wlm-
blcton before the arrival ol the Ameri
can".
( Atll.lSr flKXKItAI. CAH t'llKII.
Maiiih. July 10. -Among tlienrieoners
taken by tho Allonzlsts at Ciintaireia is
a Carllst brigadier-general and one nun
dred and seventy ollleers.
A London Tuat Jlaurkl dispaicn s:iy
events of great Importance aro looked lor.
1!);iui:at or uoihikoaiiuay.
The Carllst Cien. Doriegatray N ac
tively pursued by Alfon.ists. It i" be
lieved lie will attempt to take reluge on
French territory.
Mll.lTAItV ol'KIIATlOXsj.
u olllelal dispatch gives tho following
details of military operation. Tho
lighting on Wednesday near San Clares
lu tlie nrovlnee of Alava lasted live hours.
The Carllsts under Ferula and Don Car
los numbered eighteen battalions of In
lantrv, twelve guns and -ISO cavalry.
Their loss was 110 killed, many wound
ed and a number taken prisoners. The
All'onsi"t General Contrerts twice bril
liantly charged the Navarre, with eighty
lancer,", sowing deatli In their ranks ami
creating u panic. Tho railway between
Vittorla and Miranda has been restored
and that between Valencia and Ven-ro.
will shorllv be reopened. Gen. Jovellar
Is at Morella, province of Castellon de hi
l'liiua. Weister's division Is endeavor
ing to overtake Dorregarry. It has or
ders to Immediately attack If It comes up
with hhn. All fords of tlie river Gallego
In Aracron aro guarded.
The Carlists havo retreated in disorder
towards tho Amezcoa". Gens. Quesada,
Loma and Fells ire pursuing them.
Gen. QuesadaV victory at Nauelares pre
vented tho Carlists from Invading Sau-
tander ami Astui las.
.1 Nliort Hliclrh or Frank 1, Illiilr,
Junior.
St. I.ouU Times, J
Geu. Hlalr wns born in Lexington Ky.,
Feb. 10, 1821, and was accordingly over
5-1 years of age. Hu was edueaU'd nt
Chapel Hill, N. C, and graduated nt
l'rlncetoii. Ho nticrwnrd studied law
under Lewis Marshall, ofKonttieky, tho
brother of Chief Justice .Marshall, nnd
moved to St. Louis and entered upon
the practlco ot his profession In
1813. Ho was llrst elected to Con
gress In 1850, having served two
terms hi the State Legislature. In 1858
ami 1800 ho was 're-elected nrr resigned
to tnke a Colonelcy In the Federal army,
leaving the service at tho clo-e of the
war n Mnjor General. In 1870 he wan
elected to the Legislature from the
Sixth dltrlct, and by that body eho-en
In 1871 to represent the .State In the I'.
S. Senate, to till the unexpired term of
Senator Drake. Two years ago he wns
nppoluted by Gov. Woodson Superin
tendent of tho State IiHiiranco Depart
ment, nn ofllce which lie held to the
present time.
Arc Mtrllieil Nlorklnic Kfiinii?'
Advlceto the ladie from the llo-ton
Trattlltr: "Womtn should not wear
striped stockings as they value Ihelr
precious leg, for tho aniline dyes used
lu producing certain colons are poi-.on
oils, and cause the worst kind of malig
nant sores, and rf all uiiNauces soro legs,
must be the worst and most de
structive of beauty. Strength, grace
and good looks are walked away on such
K'fi;. A r?reat American genius, the late
Mr. Hawthorne, has said that a w hile
stocking Is Inllnltely tm.ru cilectlve than
it bhi'k one :and,eertaiiily, white stock
ings and little, low black shoes form a
ehasure that lias no eiiti.il for feminine
feet and legs, and that Is far surerlor to
one that has nK' liio -'iorof tho ralntKv.
Mtrlped stockings on women an: as 1117,,',',
out of place as striped shoes would In
men.
VAKIKTY KTOKK.
New-York Store
WnOLKSAC AND RETAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very CIoso.
Oorner lOtb St. and Commercial At
CAIK0. ILLIK0I8.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
itr.ii, .-rATi: acp.xt.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
Real Estate
AKU
HOUSE AGB1TTS
COLLECTORS,
;0NVEYAKCEX8. NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Agents of the Illinois central and
nuriinuton and uutney n. a.
Comtanls,
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levoe.
CJA.IRO. ILLINOIS.
f
I. O. LYMCH.- M j iioWUr.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Houso Agents,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE At the Court Honsc.
CliqilPttllnnnltly the bent Niiatalurd
HiirK ii i lie hiiki in mi- tioriu.
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and literary culture that has kept pace with,
If it ha" not led tlie times, should cause Its
conductors to regard It with Justiliablo com
placeocy. It lo entitles tla-m to a great
claim upon the ptlbllu gratitude. The
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me d.iys oi us Hie. urooKiyn Kngic.
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Address HAItPKIl & IHtOTHKHS, N
Y.
X1.XTIBZZ
CHICAGO.
x-33xiia,4iao.oo.
Thirty-Third Annual Session
Begins Sept. 29th.
For Circulars Addled
Sr. DeLaskle Miller, 008 Wabivah Ave.
Ohloairo,
U.'-T-ld-il&w.lw.
Hedioal Gollege
nlirtin
"Viraali.l - - .ctan. Avaauo.
Clough Jk Warren Organ Co.'s
(Lttto SIMMONS & CLC-UGIl ORGAN CO.,)
-istrnov
CABINET
AM)
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JITtM) Still Tilt
SCRIBNER'S PATENT
An 1m tntion bavins nmoit lniimrtnnt IxsiriiiR
itic.oi of wlifcli Die nmiiillly
incnacil, nixl tlieqiuilitv or ninorciiilcriit
lo I'd ci llie M Pi;: Op: i Uiq Im Cificiij,
" Ourultliinn-d "Vos; Ci-lestc." "Nov lluirmnn." "Wilcox Patent," "Octave Cou))ltr,"; c
cliiiriiiliu; "Ct-llo" or "Clurionet" Mop, "Ci-nn Horn," "Crvinomi," "Vox Angilft,
" Vlolu Kthcrln" and
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Can be obtained only In tluc Oigan
Fifty Difforont Stylos,
For the Parlor and tho Church,
Tho Best Material and Workmanship,
Quality and Volume of Tone Unequalled.
PRICES, QO TO QOO.
F&ctoija&i Warerosms, Cor. Sth ad Circgrs:. lv, DETROIT, HICHI5AN,
(Established in 1850.) Agonta "Wanted in Every County.
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H LEACH, M D.,
HOMCEOPATHIST.
Dr. Iach has had a large experience In the
lirnctlec of Medicine and surjrery. Km--lal at
tention y.ild to thu lloiiM-oiitlilc treatment of
Surgical dUeasc.i", and dln-a'ca of women and
childtcn.
rj"Urnci: Corner onmi ctul Avenue and
Ninth strict. 'll-T-l-lf
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ItUSIDEXCKi No 21 Thirteenth aliei-t, he
twevn Wftihlnstou avenue and Walnut atiwl.
OFr'tCK: North tide of Eighth elrect be
Hutu Commercial and VHshlni;toiiaenue.
0.
V. DUNNINO, M. D.
IIKSIDUNCK:
I'omci Ninth and Walnut
trct.
OFFICE : Corner Sixth street and Ohio U-vcc.
OITICE HOl'lt; KnimfiH.ro. lJni.,aiul
ft-om'JtoSli.m.
JJR. W. BLAUW,
uorman jnysiuiuu.
OFFICE, nudi-r'a lllock, (up-stalm), corner
Eighth etrect ati'l Washington nTemie.
I.AWVK.IIS.
OHN H. MULKEY,
Attorney al Iitiw.
CA1UO, ILLINOIS.
OFI'lUEi Elithlh Stiwi, U-tween Ciimmcr
dal and WiiUliigtiiii nveniiw.
rjAMUEL P. WHEELER,
AUoruey al I.ntv.
OFFICE! Ohio U-vk', over loom formerly
occupied by First Nutlonal Itank,
CAIltO, ILLINOIS.
TTrEEN OILBERT,
Atioriic.VH mill Couiisc-lorN
lit liUWa
OFFICE
Ohio Levee, rooiua 7 and 8
City National Hank,
William II. (Sreeii. )
William II UUhj'Jt. t""
Miles Frtd'lt (illhert. )
A1UO. ILLINOIS,
E3,Speclat allentlon Klven to Admiralty nnd
SlKunuoai uusiiitna.
PRESCRIPTION FREE.
i.i.- ..uulu. r-nn. nf Seminal Weiikntaa.
Lo.i TManhood and all Ulawnlcrs lirought
onbv IndUcretlona or txixM. Any DnigKlt
k',stlTternl,.-. F.. HILTON A CO..
l.!l.ilftwlv.
Cincinnati. Ohio.
NO. 174.
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QUALIFYING TUBES,
on the future rvputHtinn nfliird In.tnnnfnt
or riihiini- of lour It - err larjrclr
by
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
West side Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth streets,
(Next door to .1 Ilurger'a dry gonds store.)
A full line or the luleU and iiioit fafliiouahle
el) K-a ol'
HATS AND BONNETS
ala on Imnd. AUo cvarv larlvly of
Ribbons Laces and Trimmings,
from the cheapcut to the mot costly. I-udlea
will Hud any uiul cicrylhlng In heratoie Air a
coinnlele strTt, lull or jiaily outBt.
1'ilcn to eoiiipele with any In the tit.
!rjAlso nsent for the Hume f-twliii Machine.
4j-i.r.-i!i.ir
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
Wiloox' Block,
Corner Toplar and Eloventli Streets.
Higl
una
pnid for
nog
cnttlo.
DANIEL LAMPERT.
Fashionable Barber
HAin DREH8EH,
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STJlEE'l
Between Waahlnttton and Oommeroial
Avenues.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AKU
Dealer in Fresh. Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Between Washington -and Commercial
Avenues, adjoining Manny's.
KEEl'S for lale the beat IJeef. I'ark. Mntlou
Veal. Lamb, Sausage, Ao.. aid l
paml toYervc fcrnlllea loan acceptable wanner
ba W
roRWAmDxxo
ajto
Commission Merchwat,
Aoddtsltr In
r LOUR, MEAL, GRAIN HAY.
0TlC!
M OtllOLKVCC.
o-8-ir.
CAIKO, ILLINOIS,
O. CLOSE,
Otneral-
Oommisaion Merchant
AKD BKALtn in
LIME,
CEMEKT, FLABTXR,
UAIH, CO.,
ITader Cltj Hatloaad Bavnk.
I WILL sell In car-load loU at manotaotiimi
prhi-a, adding Freight,
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AND SON,
(Successor) to John 11. Phlllft)
FORWARDING
AMI
Commission Merchants
And Df.ilcrs In
nAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MAI, BXAir, ttc.
Afati for LAFLIIT SAKS F0W9U CO
Xornsr Taatk Strset aad OkU
Levee. '
7.. 1 Mathwia.
K.C.
MATHUSS As UHL,
FORWARDING
And Uaiiend
Commission Merchants
Daltra In
FLOUR, GRAIN. HAT AND
PRODUCE,
Q4 0Mo Xje-V7-
K. .1. Ayrn.
6. D. Ajns.
ATRES Sc CO.,
And central
Commission Merchant!
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
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FARKEB. AXLEY & WILD,
(Successor j VatLrr 4 Axlcy ,)
GK.NEBAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Dmitri lu ,'
Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour gnd Conn
try Produce Gcnorally
ORANGES,
LEMONS,
iriadHOICE
BUTTER,
A fluvclaltr.
190 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO,
4:-s-l-tr.
ILL,
II. II. CCXXINfllUU.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(Successor to Miller A farV.tr ,)
FORWARD G
AND
Commission Merchants
And Dealer. In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
ETC,
owe ;
Til OHIO LEVI..
C.MIIO, ILLINOIS.
(CfWthai alcatel the I-argt Tellow War
huute, elnrase rapacity 3,000 loin, which Jim
ti ample faclliliea for elorlng and ahlpplng.
fi-S-If
I!fHa7RAXCE.
C. N. HUGHES,
-Gtntral
Insurance Agent
ovrici:
OBXO ZjXVXII,
Otw Msthuis UU't.
"VTONE but rirat-CUM t'oinpsalte rtrc
snitcd.
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 18S8.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CAJTOEE,
Insurance Agents,
73 OHIO LEVEE.
City JTstlOMl Suk BaUdinr, nltalri.
Tho Oldest Established Ageaoy in SouU
em Illinois, representing w
S65 OOO OOO.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
-Dealer l
A kinds bard and soft,)
FLOORING UDING, LATH, 9
Mill am Tar,
Jorner Thirtyourtli Utt
Ohio Ltm. ;
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