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W. L. BRISTOL,
FAMILY
GROCER
KeopB everything portainlng to
tho lino of Staplo ana Panoy Gro
series, Woodonwaro, Vegetables,
Fruits, &c, tto.
7 v,
Try My New Style Mixed
TEA,
Different Combination From any
Boforo Offered in tho Market,
and of Excellent Flavor.
Whittaker Hams
WISCONSIN BUTTER,
Sweet and Rich
Central Hop Yeast
AaJnThla Summer.
.NEW STYLE
LAMP CHIMNEYS,
SEE THEM
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
Coal Coal,
-
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
ST. JOHN'S and
PEYTONA CANNEL
COAL!
Ordorfl for Coal by tbo car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
BcrTo largo consumors and all
manufacturers, wo are prepared
:o supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIKO CITY COAL COXFANY.
rt-Halllday Uro office, No 70 Ohio Levee.
tllaUiduy Hro.'a wharfboat,
Ef-At F.gyptlan Mills, ur
Cj-Al the toal Dump, foot of Thirty-Eight
tmt
CJ-l'ost Office Drawer. 300.
JOHN TANNER,
Uctall Dealer In
SCOTCH
English Fortor
Imported from Now York City
DEPOT :
No. 178 Washington Ave.
Corner Eleventh St.,
0-A.xn.o, xxjXj
4.11.5..im
REST! REST!
EvorproBont "Rest for tho Woary."
Mattnufccs, l'lllows uml Holsters ut
G. W HICK'S
Mattress Manufactory,
Corner of Nineteenth and 1'nplur fctreets, lav
I Wfon Hit New York More uml L'ol. Tuvlor'n of
fice, at follow: Kxcelslor ami tfhuck Mnt-
(r.i.Utta All! at.. ...linn Inti A. J I ..ft.. .van. I nlin
sotton tnji, a,l good plain miuck Muttieonca, 1
ami l.ountcc, hlugle, uwlCrili Mattresses at
inluced prices tu mil tlie liunl times. Terms
striciiy cusn. ingiicit casli price pain lor ivtrn
iiiicb. uciivi'ivu ui my laciury ,
fl.lW-iUw-lw.
IL . . .. 1
Tk Private Preioriptlon Book.
U lo tit BcUl DtiCMMS. A til tua,
rrnTf bro&Ltihl, l'ittnb. Cwmuiui'Uot, I'll'
al Mmuda, Vartwfl, l)dncrl, Horafu-
vi.r;i-01.m.l Still Milt IMlVftSM, 1.1 T-
IhartM-e. lUmlnal mwA Mmi T.
btUlyand JEnuailon, I m pot en -
m ir mi rrivaio
9 P.iim, nu
ALul riiim.
THE AMERICAN REMEDV CO.,
i
A'WeV 1 I WJ
VOL. 7.
Million ikai.:hm-
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WhoWlc un1 Uctall Dialers In
Foreign and Domestic
LIQUORS
AND
WIN KM OF AM KIN1M,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MF.SMtf. PMYTII A CO hate anuy
u litrnr stork t ttir Ix nt Koods Inll.u Irmr
kfl, uml give especial uttentloti toll' Vtliolewd
rancii i)l me uumii'!C
1CK.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
JOHN SPROAT,
Wholesale ami Httall Dealer In
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo and Kankakee, III.
CAIRO OFFICE :
At Ilulan fc Wilaon'a, Corner Twelfth St
and Ohio Levee.
T will run nn Ire vuienn throughout the
A. ,Suaon, ilrlltiTiliK pure lake to: lu uuy
rt of the city ut Hip lowc.t market price, ami
will uli-ommiiili my frli-n.U outthle the city with
re lir the oike or car loal, packnl In hiwilutt
or hli)tni'Ut to unY illitanu-.
Graind Central
HOTEL.
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Oornor "F11 glxtlx Street,
WM. WETZEL. Proprietor.
ATldMY watfh lfit iiMht ami il.y for
The bt't of arr)iiiiiioUtlon i. mmUu
fili-M at Two Dollar per .l-lf-l!
wiioi.enam: mo i:bn.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-Ami
Commission Merchants
AOKNTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
II A 'llioiu. I. 1. Thoiin.
THOMS & BROTHER,
(sur.i-iiom to II M lliili-n,)
Commission Merchants
A inl ihuli T3 Ih
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
Foreign and Domeatlc Fruita and Nuts
184 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dujlir in
BOAT STORES,:
Commission Merchant,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
Sl'KCIAI. attention Klven tovontlgninruta uml
tilling- onlero.
1'AIM'ANII OILS.
B. F. PARKER,
Dealer In
faints, Oils, Varnishes,
BriTjazzzis,
J7all Papor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, Sto.
Always ou liaml, the celebrated IllumlnutiuK
AUIlOlt.l OII.
BroaM' BulldLiURi
Corner Eleventh Streat and Waihlnif
ton Avenue
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
PROPRIETOR,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
lulletln Bulldlntf , Corner Twelfth Street
nd Wathlaifton Avenue,
Oaii-o, XllluolM.
CfCoimty ami Kailroiul Work it iclaliy,
Ml
Offlsi, avxlltln. Bu-lldiner. Csraor T-wrolftlJ. Strot an.il
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JULY 10. 1875.
THE KEELY MOTOR.
TIip "Hrlentllle AinrrlrniiV ltoily
(In- l.llcr or Mr. follH-r.
clenUllc .iiirican 1
i nr. ki'.i.i.y moioii ii:ci:irriox.
W'u .HtbllOi on iiiioUmt (itiifo a :om
tuiiiilfiitloii from tins lOititM'lor of thu
Kfcly .Motor Ootnpiiny, Mr. Collier, niul
his collciiffucs, In ii'jily to an article on
the iibovo cnl)ji'!t Klven In our pa
cr of .liinu m. Wo ilcvote this ep.-uv,
llrst, iR-caiKe the parties Interested, fi el
ln' personally ajfgi ieM-d ly ottrieinarks.
have retieti.d, as a matter ol lair play,
an opportunity for reply ; and, M-eond,
heeattw! we have hopes that some of our
readers may he led thereby to itudy out
the probable proees.scs by which the.se pen
tlemen have been preelj)ltated Into tluV
d.liiloii. Sueh stntli(t may result in
uefiil i-upgestlons or new knowledge. It
Is not often that the active participants In
delusion like this are wlllhiL' to eome
forward and chronicle themselves In the
broad and imbliu manner that these per
sons have tlone. The mental or psycho
logical phenomena will, we think, be
found Interesting subjects for Investijrn
tion. An example rouieuhat similar to this
Kecly motor business occurred In Lon
don, in l!71, when Dr. William CrookeJ,
the well-known ftcieutist, iublUlted his
:itonliliini: account of the spirit motor
of Home, In which the i-prinp Wipe was
made to move by the simple jioiiitlup ut
it of the operator' linger'. The truth of
this ierformance was attested by Dr.
Crookes, who himself prepared the ap
paratus by Dr. William Iluggln, by Kd
..ird William Cox, a di-tlnguishcd law
yer, uml by numerous other ltne-i.cs of
undoubtetf reliability. Dr. Crookes and
others wen; convinced by this exhibition
that a new force, which he termed
p-Vchle lotve, had been discovered ; but
Dr. Muggins while attesting that the
gage moved (in fact, the movement was
made to recor I Itself on paier), declined
to expres an opinion as to how the
movement was produced. An account
ot these performance?, with an engrav
ing ot the arrangement ol levers and
gajje Used, was publiihed In the .S'cfcii
litic American, page.i'.l, August 11!, 1S71.
ThU motor of Dr. Crookes apjiears to
itirpa-!-, the Kecly device In goiue re
spects. The power U workable at a low
prea-ure, involves but little expense for
apparatus, requires no blowing ot air
from tlie lungs, uses no hydrant-pre
sure, ami Its success does not depend
upon "cold vapor."
So one, we twlieve, has ever fjueatloned
tlie honety of Dr. C'rooke. or .supposed
for a moment that he had, personally,
any hand in giving motion to the gage.
The more reasonable supposition Is, that
(otnebodv, unobserved by those, present,
applied the iift-itMiry (orcn to the instru
ment. Tho human tenses are but weak In
struments at best, easily played upon
and deceived: anil those wl.o lmvo most
highly prided themselves upon the po--Mlon
of superior perception?, by which
they were confident ot their ability to de
tect tlie unreal from the real, have le
eome lamentable examples of the ease
with which the mind of man can be en
trapped and led a'tray by mere appeal
ances. In matters of science and mechanics,
especially In tho-e branches pertaining to
the eorrellallon of forces, lt'is only by
tlie application of the most caictul meth
ods, coupled with the searching tet of
mathematics, that tellable knowledge
can lie acquired, and delusiveeonclu.sloiH
avoided.
As in tlie present example of the Keely
motor, i-o In the ease of the I'alneelectro
motor In 1S71. The originator of the de
ception made tlie most .solemn as.-ertions
that the machine which he then had in
operation derived its sole power Irom the
four small battery caps which the wit
nesses saw standing ou n shelf at tlie side
ol tlie apartment. The machine was tes
ted wit u nraKcs as to nower ny well
known practical electrician1- of tins city,
whose names are now before us. who re
ported large gains of power, and detected
no .rami, l neir experiments were cor
roborated by many other Intelligent wit
nesses. Special exhibitions were given
to eanltalNts. who nroniiunced the .-how
wonderful.
We expressed the opinion that the
whole thing was a deception, warning
the public against investing means in the
motor shares. Wo reproduced tlie well
known mathematics of electric action;
we showed the exact amount of force
derivable, under the most favorable cir
cumstances, from the consumption of a
given amount ot zinc and acid, as de
termined, aucr exhaustive experience,
by tlie most eminent savaus, ami Iron,
these teachings wc pointed out the ne
cessary falsity of tlie statements made In
beliait of the now motor. Palnc, in re-
ily to our .strictures, realllrmed all that
ic had belore claimed tor Ids motor,
which ho now alleged was far below
the actual truth: lie said that lie was then
engaged In building a great and power-
till engine, which would be ready in
ninety day, which would develop 500
liorse po.ver from a single cup, com
pletely annihilate tlie llgures given by
us, and show to tlie world that people
who, like tlie editor of tlie Sctcntitic
American, undertook to doubt or criti
cise the performance of a machine they
had never seen and were practically un-
acquaintcii with, wero jackasses, or "a
fool," as our friend Mr. Collier suggests
others might properly say.
"I am liimlliar," said I'alne, "with the
experiments of Grove, Carpenter, Mayer,
Faraday, I.leblg, and a ho.-t of others
relative to thu doctrine of correlation and
conservation ol forces. Therefore, 1 am
no tyro, but the peer of any authority
you may quote, and us such I uiinuali
lledly aosert that, Instead of the nif-cru-bt
small result of 07,000 foot pounds
from three grains of zinc, as stnted In the
Scientific American, wo should realize 07,
000,000 foot pounds. Tho forces devel
oped by the action ot a single Ituuseu
quart cell, if utilized and converted Into
power, would drive tliulargestsliltitilloat
with a velocity only limited by the
strength of tho ship's frame ; ami you
and 1 will live to see tho day, II our lives
are lengthened to thu usual term, when
tills statement will bo vended, mid that,
too, without involving tlie question of
perpetual motion."
This sort of talk prevailed with the cap
italists , they swallowed the bait, paid In
their money, took their shares, "without
being urged," and that was the end of
the 500 horse-power; no perpetual mo
tion, one cup, engine, and motor.
The Keely motor deception hi all Its
aspects up to this date is hut a repetition
of the I'aiue alliilr. Thu originator is
very honest ; all the peoplo who assist ut
tho deception believe in him and In his
machine. They know not precisely how
the tiling Is done, or by what law It Is
governed, but they know that it Is done,
and any suggestion to the contrary they
seem to consider as n relleellon on their
personal Intelligence mid honor.
The Keely performance Is as fol
lows :
Kecly blows from his lungs, for n pe
rld of thirty second", Into a nozzle upon
the generator, lie connects the same
nozzle, by means of a smn- rubber tube,
with the hydrant, and letslli 5 gallons of
water under a pressure of 20 pounds to
the llicli. then fhnli off tho water, lie
opens the valve ol a pipe of one-tenth ol
an Inch bore, between the generator and
a gauge or prepare Indicator ; and lo I the
gauge Indicate 10,000 pounds to the
square! inch.
.Such, In stun and substance, Is the
Keely motor, as set forth by the learned
council of the company, corroborated by
various mechanical experts, In the state
ments they have now treely prepared for
the csjM-clal bcnelit and ellgnleniuent of
the readers of the Scientific American', cor
roborated, also, by scores of other Intel
ligent nerson. so 'Mr. Collier assures u.
L. ll'lieiuajorlty of our readers will doubt
less conclude with us that, on thcsnowing
ot the parties thcm-elves the whole thing
must Ixj classed as a second-rate juggle,
a mechanical Katie King arrangement,
too contemptible lor serious considera
tion. Her.
As to the time to tran.tvr bees, wc will
state that the bc.-t time I about the llrst
of April, or when bees are storing honey
pretty lively from Iruit blossoms; as there
arc less brood and honey to contend with
at that time than at any other season of
tlie vcar. It is u-rv nccessurv for them
to be gathering honey at tho time, of
iransicrring.
As to transferring lust before, or
jut
little
alter swarming, that Is. In tiart. a I
dilllctilt to answer, as It Is not always
known just when they are going to
swarm.
After a s.wann has is'iied, our advice is
not to transfer for ten or fifteen days, un
less a fertile queen can be given them.
For if the operation Is performed before
the queen hatches she might he destroyed
and the colony left quceiiless : whereas,
were It postponed a few days, the chances
for saving the young queen is better, and
aio there is hut mile broou- in me
way.
i i:.n- ni:.ai.Kii.
Our teats as to the effect ol the cold
snap in April were not groundless, lor
now, at tills writing, when we might
have been taking honey by the barrel,
we have to console our-elyes w ith the
pittance our bees gather and use In
brood-rearing, and wait for our share un
til the linden blooms, which we tire
pleased to note bids lair to be good.
I.VTItODUClMl qUKI..NS.
To introduce Italian queens to black
colonies, hunt out tlie black queen and
capture her. Cage the Italian queen,
and place the cage between two frames
of comb containing brood, where many
bees cluster. Let the cage remain there
undisturbed for thirty-six or forty-eight
hours. When vott w:Ih to release her,
i!ii!T." t .! AX vt; a"uo"t; sunset, pour a little
oney dow i n.,.v..K ,,, !.,'.,' , , ,
they are licking it up, sun.,,: ,),,. ,..,
well wh honey ami plain her on t.i ?
the frames, and she will crawl down
among the bees; close up the hive ami
all is done. We have hccunractlflnir thu
above method for -everal years with uni
form surces-.
AHAItV ion JUNK.
Tin. management of bees for .lime Is
so similar to that of .May that it is
scarcely necessary to add 'anything for
this month's operations; towards the
close ol thl- month the linden tree opens
Its myriad of nectaries, inviting the lov
ers of Its dainties to a free participa
tion in the Hell feast which U so freely
ottered.
Xor is there a lactc of appreciative ad
mirers. From the hum of busy workers
heard amid Its sweets from early morn
till evening drops her "soot bag," and all
are wrapt In the shades of night. Dur
ing the bloom of the lin
den, bees .-tore more honey in
the i same length of time than from any
other source; and what was said in ref
erence to the list; of the extrac
tor tor last month, is equallv ap
plicable to this. Stocks of bees with a good
working lorce will, while the linden Is hi
bloom,, till their hives with honey in min
or live days, vvhlch should bo taken with
out delay with tlte lioney-niaeliine, and
tlie empty combs returned for the bees to
llll again. For in the free use ot the ma
chine is wherein lies tho great yields and
success of practical bee men. Keep
your bees at work if von wish to be
profited by them. .V, i). McLean in Ike
World.
Evansvillo, Cairo and Momphis
Steam Packet Co.,
-rou..
Faducab, Sbawnootown, Evans
villo, Louisvillo, Cinolnnati
and all way landings.
Tlicmirivalleil nMf-svlici'l strainer
IDLEWILD,
I). U. Kowtun - .Master.
Kit. II, TuoSias Clerk.
AVlll leave Kvanavlllle for Calm every MONDAY
aniUllUUSl.AY ut 4 o'clock p. ni.
U-avea Cairo every TUKsjDA Y ami rill DAY, at
U o'clock p. in.
The elegant hlilc-wheel steamer
ARKANSAS BELLE,
IIk.k llowAin Muster,
WALTKIl II. 1'fcNNINUTON Clerk.
Will leave Kvansvlllu lor Culm i-lery 'i'lJl.S.
DAY ami r'UIDAY at 4 o'clock p. m.
Will leaw Culro every W K DN KSDA Y uml S AT-
UltD.VY at (I o'clock p. m.
The elegant sMu-wlu-vl steamer
PAT. CLEBURNE,
John (Iof Master
Mat, Williams Clerk.
heaves Kvanavllle lor Cairn every Wl.p.NT.S
DAY niul HATUItADY at ft p.,in. , r
Leaves Cairo every TIIUUSDA Y anil SUNDAY
atop. m.
Each lioat makes close rniiiicctloni at Cairo
with llrst-class steamers for M. Louis, Mem
phis ami New Orleans, ami ut Lvansvlllii with
the K.AC. It. It, rorallpnliitsNuithaml liut,
uml Willi thu l-oulnvllle Mall Mcumcr fur till
points on tho Upper Ohio, Klvlwt through le
crlpts nn .YcIkIiU and pasociiKcr to all points
tributary
Kor further information apply to
BOL, HIIA'KIt, Vttsscnger Agent.
HAM.IDAY llllOS,, ,,.
, m. I'Hu.i.u-fj, ...::
Orlo
Simeiinteiulent uml (Jeneial Krelght Agent,
V-3.'.Nl-ly, livaitivllle liHlaua.
ymlrtht.
,Woli.ln.cr - n' Avonuo.
Clough 8c Warren Organ Co.'s
(Lato SIMMONS & CLOUOIl ORGAN CO.,)
IMI'ltOVKD
CABINET ORGANS
-
AND -
GrandCombination Organs
l ITrtU niril TUB
SCRIBNER'S PATENT
An invention having a moat Important luarlng on
mrans of which the quantity or
incrcafeu, anu tne 'tuaiuv oi loiieiciHien-ii
I;tii it Uiii if M h Orp of k k. lwt.
' Our ielilmile.1 "Von CileMe," "Vox Humana," "Wilcox Patent," "Octave Coupler,'; e
charming "Cello" or "Clarionet" stops, "lienn Horn," "Cremona," " n Angelel,'
"Viola l.theila" ami
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Can he obtained only In then1 Oigan
Fifty Different Stylos,
For tho Parlor and tbo Churcb,
Tbo Bost Material and Workmanship,
Quality and Volumo of Tono Unequalled.
3?niC338, ttOO TO QOO.
Faciory md Warerooms, Cor. Cth &nd Cnngress Sis., DSIROII, H1CB16AH,
(Established in 1850.) Agonts Wanted in Every County.
Address CLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
44-l3-it.3iu.
WEEWiYBULLETIK
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
PHYSICIANS..
QEcf iT LEACH, M D . ,
HOMCEOPATHIST.
Dr. I.eachhas had a laiKf eieriinec in the
pi-uelleoofJIollclneaiid Sursery. l.peclal at
tention paid to the llomo-opathh: tre-atment of
Suijjli'al ill-oaM-.n, and diseases of women and
children.
JC3-0ri:i( i: Corner Lomm clal Avenue and
Muili etrcet. ii-7-i-ii
yH.LIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
nESIDKNCK: No. it riilrtifntli street, lo
twwn M'ashliiBton avenue and Walnut street.
OKKICK: North side of Lljthth stuit he
tween Commercial and WiishliiKton avenue,
0,
W. DUNNING, M. D.
UKSIDKNCK: Corner Ninth and Walnut
streets.
OFFICK : Corner Sixth street and Ohio I.evce.
OFFICK HOURS: l'lomGa.lu. VI in., and
from '- to 8 p in.
jya,. w. BLAUW,
Gorman Physician.
OFFICII: lluder's Illock, (iip-stalrs), corner
Kltfhth strtvt uml Washington incnue.
I.AWVKII.S.
JOHN H. MULKEY,
Attorney ut Lmv.
CAIUO, ILLINOIS,
OFFlCKi Ki(;hth Street, lutween Commer
cial and Washington uieiiui.
rjAMUEI. P. WHEELER,
D
Attorney ut fiiuv.
OFFICII: Ohio U'vee, over umm formerly
occupied hy First National Hank,
CAIUO. ILLINOIS.
1REEN & QILDEIIT,
Attorney uml ConiiNelorN
ut Lnw.
OFF1CH: Ohio Ia-viv, rooms 7 and 8
City National Hank,
William It Oieeii, )
William II. (Jllhert, CAIUO. ILLINOIS.
Milan Fml'k tillUrLj
tO.Sclul iiltentloii ntven to Admiralty and
jteuinnoai uusiuvss.
PRESCRIPTION FREE.
TTlOltthe Hely inire of Hi'inlnal Weakness.
XI Lost Munhood ami nil illsanler hrought
on by Indiscretions or excess, Any Urugttlat
lias tlie liiKredlents,
Ad.lress, Dr. K. HILTON A CO.,
1-51-d.tw-ly. Uinnlnnali, Ohio.
NO. 177.
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QUALIFYING TUBES,
the future reputation of Ih-eil liHtruiiicnt", ly
volume of tom- Ih very largely
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
TrASliSsliiLirNES;
West sido Commercial Avenuo, between
i.icntn aua JNinin stroota,
(.Vet door lo .1 . Ilurp-r's dry kooiIh store.)
A full line of the latent uml iiioit fashloiialilu
styles of
HATS AND BONNETS
always on hand. Al-o evry lailetyof
Ribbons Laces and Trimmings,
from the ehe.ipest to the mmt costly. Ijidle
will llud any ami eurythlntr in lirrttoie for a
complete sti-eet, hall or party outfit.
Prices to compete with any in the Weit.
O-AUo atfent for the llomeM-wliig Jlnchine.
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
Wlloox'a 33 loo It,
Coruur Poplur ami Eleventh Streota,
86ynichost Cash Prico paid for
Hogs ana Cattlo.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionable Barber
AND
NORTH SIDE OF KKIHTll STHEIl'l
Between WaabtnRton anil Commercial
Avouuoa.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AND
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Between Waahinstoo in, ComiaercUl
Avenuea, ttcUoininir Hanny
. wi.una l.tk.tnut ItMr. l'dtk. Million
i r, r. i & ior wiiv in.-.-.- -- - , .7
XV. Veal, IJiinii, Bauoa", ..... . ..
partM lo aerve iluiilllr l wcepUble nianner
R. W. MILIJER,
PORWAHDIWO
AND
Commission Merchant,
Anil dealer In
MEAL, GRAIN
ETC.
FLOUR,
HAY,
orrtcK !
.'.S OHtOt.RVKE.
i-tt-tr.
I CAIUO, ILLINOIS.
O. CLOSE,
General
Commission Merchant
AND DBALtR IX
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
HAIR, tic,
Under City Katipaal Baak.
I WILL sell In ear-lotwl loU at mannfactnitrt
prices, adding Freight.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AND SON,
(8ufeeor!i to John 11. FhlUU)
FORWARDING
AN1
Commission Merchants
Ami Drillers in
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAT, BEAN, tc.
AgeaU for LAFLIN k BAND FOWOEK CO
ICornor Tenth Stroot ud Oklo
Lotoo.
.. D Mathuss, K. C.
MATHUSS & UHL,
FORWARDING
Ami General
Commission Merchants
Dealers In
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
04 Ohio Zjovoo.
K. .1. Ayrea. ,S. D. Ayrea.
AYRES tSc CO.,
And gtnerel
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
M W. l-AllkKII. W V AXLtY. J. 11. WILD.
PARKER, AXLEY & WILD,
(iiivei'iois to l'arker A Axley,)
--OF.SKHAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Denier In
Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour and Couo
try Produce Gonorally
ORANGES,
LEMONS,
and CHOICE
BUTTER,
A Specialty.
1 00 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILL.
iivas r. i-.tni(i:ii
IS II. I'lNIMIIIAM,
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
('uceesors lo Miller .t Parker,)
FORWARD G
AND
Commission Merchants
And Dealers in
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
ETC,
orriri: ;
fit oimoi.km:k.
I CAIUO, ILLINOIS.
d"Wehaieleiued the f.-irife Yellow Waiv
houie, HtoraitH capacity U, 100 tons, which plies
us ample facilllies forstorinir uudBhlppliii;
tl-s-tf
I.NVKAN'K.
C. N. HUGHES,
General
Insurance Agent.
OFFICE:
oxzxo Xjxrsrxjjn.
Orer Kathuii OM'i.
NONK but First-Class Companies repre
ecute.1.
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1858.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
General
Insurance Agents,
13 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bask Building, np-iUln .
The Oldest EaUbliahed Airf noy In Soutk
era HUnoia, repreaenttnif ovr
165 OOO OOO.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealer in
All kiwis hard and son,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, o
fill ui Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth ItrMt b4
Ohio LTM.

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