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W. L BRISTOL,
FAMILY
GROCER
&epa yerything pertaining to
thaifnAAf Rfanl Anil Vnn
2T11e1, woodnwre, Vegttabloa,
Fruits, Ac., Ac,
I
Try My New Style Mixed
TEA,
Different Combination From any
Before Offered in tho Market,
and of Excellent Flavor.
Whittaker Hams
WISCONSIN BUTTER,
Sweat ul Rich
Central Hop Yeast
Attain Thin Huiumer.
-
:new style
LAMP CHIMNEYS,
SEE THEM
9
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
UAlttU JUULi.
4'OAI..
Coal Coal,
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
ST. JOHN'S and
PEYTONA CA0NEL
COAL!
Orders for Coal by the car-load,
. ton. or in hogsheads, for shipment,
&To Urge consumers and all
sanufaoturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform ratOB.
CAI10 CITY COAL COMFAKY.
E9UaUIUy Bro. ' office, No, 70 Ohio lyt.
fVlUinday Bro. 'a x? hurfboat.
rt-At KcTiKUn Mills or
U"Al the fcoal Dump, foot of Thirty-Eight
itt.
TViM Ofllo Drawer, M.
JOHN TANNER,
Itelull Dealer in
English. Portr
Imported from Now York City.
IkVDIW . No. 178 WaiblnKtou Are.,
HnrUl J Corner Eleventh 8t.,
REST! REST !
Everprosent "Rt'Rt for the Weary."
Mulliv.Mft, l'lllows ami Hnltler t
G. W HICK'S
Mattress Manufactory,
Comtr of .ViiHteenlh ami IVml.ir Mnfl. lie
uteen I he New Vork Store and I'ol , Taylor' nf
Jce, ah follow: Kxeplalnr nncl Shuck Mnt-
lr.'""i " "iiei cotton lop. rait Hecoml atte,
cotton top, Si( good plain minck Mattressr, l
on xi muuhkc, ."inuie, mm v,riu .iiuinve 111
reduced prlt t to Milt Ihn hard timet. Tonus
atrirtly riwti. lIlRnt-Ht runli prln: paid l'r norn
tiurk. delltered 111 my factory,
Vk Private Prescription Book.
u. P'V tMaaaaoe. Allium,
IUUi rWrf,fe, llidii.itt ttcrwru,
Hu, TNrtUtf . m i iffiX 1 j .
U Cc.oilJlul, K.O,.lo .niM, kVhV.
HIk.iw, Oamtaal (M Mcrroui D
hllitw and BxliAUMiiAn . i.V. .
1 0. tHwl,Slrt air4lw,ma,tt-
HMM, "J";""') kHi
i,v MiBu,a fiA cmti rbr tb Yriw.a
m . . I. . 1. . r. 1... 1 ul tirit
HaaBaLv
Cdsl r i mum. iuiw
VOL. 7.
I.tilUOK DEALER.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Whoteale and Retail Dealers in
Foreign and Domestic
WI1VEH OF AXIi KINUN,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MEWIl' SMVTIf 4 CO. bsv'. ntly
Urge Itork t,t III' b t gooU ll Hit mar
ket, anil gltf f irxx-ial attention to 1 11' " hohnikU
ttncii of the btilnr.
hi:.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
JOHN SPROAT,
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo and Kankakco, III.
cairo orriCE
At HuUn WiUon's, Corner Twelfth St
and Ohio Levee.
Will Mill 1111 lev WKn tliroUL'linllt the
.-mciii. itrlitrrlns nun- luke iro In unv
Idirt 'if thr rlty tittht- lowi-.t nimki t )irl(, ami
will nlortinifh inv frirnda outMi-thrcitT with
rr hy hr ukior rr Iwul, piu-krl in Kiwilunl
or KhltiliHTil to nnv illitanrr.
II4TKIJt.
Grand Central
HOTEL,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Oornor aaislxtlx Street,
WM. WKTZKL. ProxrUtor.
. trolni tiltramtioat. '
'lhr U.t of urcvmtno'lilluiin lor tritntitnt
KurM it Two Iollr i-r tUy . .1-lS-tf
WIIOI.ENALK (lltOt'KRM.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
Ami
Commission Merchants
AOBNT8 AMERICAN POWDEH CO.
57 Ohio Lievoo.
II A Tliorni I. D Thonw
THOMS & BROTHER,
(MHVfioru to II M Uulru.)
Commission Merchants
BRO
Ami ilf.iler in
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
FotbIkti and DomenUo Fruits and Kuta
1H COXHKBCIAL AVENUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dtcilir lu
BOAT STORES,:
Commission Merchant,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'KCTAI.uttvution giu n tooiilKimiTilit ami
llllins or.lrr.-,
IA1.T AMI OHM.
B. F. PARKER,
Dmhr 111
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, too.
Alwiiyi nil liiilul, tUe ivlrhratt'il HIliltliiiHIIilK
AlIltOKA OH..
Corner Eleventh Street and Washing.
ton Avenue
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
r . o. xxttxixjjb,
PROPRIETOR.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
"JulUtinBuudiBB;, Corner Twelfth Street
and Waablatrton Avenue,
U'oniitT oi rMllroa l Work iiwIMIy.
OCOe. Svaiwtln Sull&lxir, Csmtr TvrolftiL Street ni
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY,
MRS. LINCOLN.
REPORT OF A VISIT TO HER AT
RETREAT AT RATA VIA, ILL.
HER
Hit Mciilnl I'nnilltlau nnrt Hiirroiiml.
tnic.
(IUUtU (III ) Ut(r to ChlcaKol'oitunl.MHll J
1 Inqulrutl nflcrtlielicnltliof Mrs. l'n I
lilcnt Lincoln, who Is mi Inmate of iMU
vuo l'laco hlnco. hor Infinity wis tic
elded by the courts of Chicago. The doc
tor wns cxcct'dliittly retlwnt nbout
that unfortunate lady, and whlln f pro
lesslotmlly tk'tirccatt'il Ids caution, I could
not bul njiprove of his delicacy. IJy lo
Krces I li'Mriicd that .Mrs. Lincoln 'Ivin
but littlt! trouble, thai b.' rcti'd nvll
anil was quilt: s'lllsllcd with her Mir
rounding. A earring'! Is alwavs at her
dl.ponl,' and ."hi frrtjucntly ilrlvos out,
always with thu tloctor and JIr. I'attor
,on, or liur own attendant, .1 rather at
tractive yiiiiiitf wotnait bclonfrin to the
llctrcat. In regard to her riding Mrs.
Lincoln Is very capricious She will
announce her Intention ol tldluir
beforu diniiff, then po-tpone the
ride until iil'ternoou nndnynlu until even
ing or the next day. She broiiLdit with
her ten larue trunks which have not
been examined, but arc supposed to con
tain part of the luUeellaneoUt collection
of purchase. made during her stay at the
Grand Pacific hotel, In Chicago. 'Shortly
alter her arrival here. .Mrs. Lincoln or
dered a morning dre of black French
cambric, quite elaborately made, white
baMjucaud pocket, mm a black and
white striped lawn, remarking that
"every lady needed cool toilets." She
has never worn them, or evinced any
disposition to even try them on, but a'"
-oon a- they were completed ordered
samples of black alpaca, irom which to
i-elect a Milt; her mind was diverted from
thl.,as It was only a form of her malady
to accumulate mateilal. Ilerdre-i Is tit
all times pl'ilu, even to Mtnbbincss, and
no one could be more Indlllln-nt to ef
fects of the toilet. In one of .Mrs. Lin
i.olu'g trunk, at the retreat, tire two very
exjM:tiive dollbabics. She accounts for
their presence hy saying nhe intends to
prcent them to Kobert Lincoln's little
daughter, of whom she Is very fond.
I was anxious to pay my respects to
Mrs. Lincoln In eron, but n she ha.
positively refused to -ec any vMtors,
even declining to leave her room when
they tire in the house or ground, I antic
ipated nothing les than a refusal when I
-ent up a card. To the doctor's surnrle
and my own, Mr. Lincoln sent down
word that she would bo very happy to
see me In her room, and I at once ac
companied the doctor thither. She oe
Cliplen n Mllte In tin. front of the ll0lle,
on the Kecoud lloor. The attcuuatit .a.
in tun .null room, which contains a nln
g!eted. The larger room Is Mrs. Lin
coln's sitting and bed room. It U very
plainly furnished, the .same as It was
prior to her coming; an ordinary three
plj- rarput, of plwii(.iint color.-, liiirnioni
only blended; a bureau, roeklug-chair,
anil lounge, and u plain ledstcad, witli a
very line bed, about which .she I rjuito
particular. Mr. Lincoln was seated in
an expectant attitude by the table a we
entereil the room; he at once aro-e,
shook hand with mc cordially, and
begged me to l watetl, and Ix'gan at
once to inquire after friends in the citv.
She was dressed In ordltiarv black, half
worn, with white rouches edged with
black, in the neck and sleeves ; her dark
hair, fast turning to gray, was cirelelv
col fled in a knot at the back with coronet
braid. She looked worn and ill, and her
hand, riugle and uucared for, wen:
never at rest. The
"'Irmlcr grace of a day tlut U tteiil'
did not linger about her. I could plalulv
fee in her lutrcles eye, and lu the
forced composure of her manner, evi
dence; of a shattered mind. Sim was per
fectly ladylike In manner, but rambling
and (HAW in her conversation. Site al
luded rationally, however, to the past ;
spoke, tenderly or Mr. Lincoln, once a
"my hu-band.'' and again as "the Presi
dent." Recalled memories of Xoah
Hrook, then her Ini-shand's a-ltant sec
retary, with whom 1 had an old-time ac
quaintance, and remarked that he had
been for ten yearn engaged on the Xew
York Tribune. Asked me with much
earne.-tne it the murderer of lion.
Sharon Tyndale, ol Sprlngtleid. had ever
been discovered, and then alluded very
feelingly to Iter attachment to Judge
linulwcll'a family. A-1 roM! to leave
she took a handsome bouquet (rout a
crystal vae on her table, and asKed me
to accept It. A she shook hand with
me at parting, I thought 1
could perceive In the di
plomatic, how and ainile a return of the
old society manner, and my heart was
lull for tho woman, who sat down silent
and alone in her .solitary room, to keep
Imaginary company wi'tlt Senatori and
Ambassadors in the light of that gra-olou-,
kindly smile, long since hidden be
neath the cotllu lid. It Is one of the
mercies vouchsafed her, to live life over
again with her loved ones dear little
Willie and rollicking, boyish Tad to sit
at the head of the table and hold familiar
couvcie with them all. It has been
urged that this is a development of her
life among Spiritualists, but It
1 the result of scenes pho
tographed on the brain, which
only the Angel of Death eau erase. Mrs.
Lincoln did spend several months at St.
Charle, lu this State, under an assumed
name, and In thu company of a society of
Spiritualists, but it will never 1m dellu
Itclv known how much their hiltuctu'c
had to tlo with her eelipo of reason. Xor
does any one seem to know who the
pork mnr;ed man was who called on her
at her hotel, and held long consultations
with her, but he Is presumed to bo a
prominent. Spiritualist. Xo encourage
ment is held out that Mrs, Lincoln will
ever become permanently well, but she
could not bu in a letter
place for her complete res
toration. Hero she has 110 res
ponsibility of thought or action. The
noise and panorama of of thu streets, can
not bewilder her. The Inludlclousueas
of friends; cannot reach her; sue U unaware
01 1 no siigutest restraint, ami eau read,
w rite, ride, or walk at her pleasure. Shu
ordered her meals as she would at home,
and Is .served in her room, or at the fam
ily table as sho prefers. ; her son Robert
VIs
slU Ills inotlinr even' week, lirl 11 i.l Ho
lier fayoritu grandchild with him fre
quently. Here, at least tho poor lady can
llnd If not tho fading pleasures and
brief triumphs of life Its perfect peace
the peaco that passcth understanding
the rest of nature and God.
1 A
little wart backed hop-toad will
break up 11 croquet party quicker than
qun'hcr limn
that evergath-
1 uie tiarnesi iiiunuer ciouu 1
ered.
(Jrcvillc Hint tt,o I.nwrrr.
The following faets or llotions about
lawyers are from (lrevllle" "Memoir:"
"Lord Holland told stories of Lord
Thurlow, whom he. mimic, they cny,
exactly. When Lord Mansileld tiled,
'Ihurlowsald: ! Iieltatcd a long time
between Kenyon and lluller. Kenyoti
was very Intemperate, but lluller wa so
itamnetl corrupt, and I thought upon the
whole that Intemperance was a less fault
In a Judge than corruption, not but what
there was a damned deal ol corruption hi
Kenyon's Intemperance.'
"I dined with the Chancellor Lynd-
hurst three day ago ; he talked to me a
great ileal about his acceptance ol the
great seal and of the speculation It was.
Ho was Master of the Holls, with 7,(KK)
a year lor life when it was offered to
him ; he debated whether It was worth
while to give this up to be Chancellor for
perhaps only one year with a peerage
nnd the penlon. lie talked the matter
over With his wife, mid they agree d that
if it only lasted otic venr (which he evl
.1 11.. ..-..1 1.1. . . ... .1.
11C1111.V minikin piuiiauirj 11 was worm
while, be-ide' the contingency of a long
Chancellorship."
"A rldleulou thing happened the
other day lu the Vlee-Oiamellor' court.
Sugden nad taken a brief on each side
ofueae without knowing It. Home,
who opened on one side, ami was fol
lowed by another lawyer, was to be an
swered by Sugden; but he, having got
hold of the wrong lutcf,
spoke the suite way as Home.
'I lie Vlce-Chaucellor "said coolly.
'.Mr. Sugden Is with you.' 'Sir,' said
Home, 'Ids argument U with 11-, nut he
I engaged on the other s((..' Finding
himself In a scrape, he said. 'It was true
he held a brlol for the other party, but
lor no client would he ever argue against
wht't he knew to ! a clear rule of law."
The court def Ided azalnst tlit-in all."
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A IH.llniritlhel l.ml.v Itrtlrlutr from
AiilliurMilp.
Il'miii tin' MlMit.i lltr.iM.)
Mrs. loii. nee Mi Augusta !. Uv
an', the distinguished southern an
thorcf, together with her husband, Mr.
L. M. Wilson and her step-daughter,
Mi Fannie Wilson, pastil through At
lanta yesterday, en route lor their home
lu Mobile. Sir. Wilson ha been north
after her daughter, who ha just gradu
ated, and for thefurther ptirpo-e of see
ing hcrpublUhcr, Mers.(. W. Carlton
A. Co., relative to tlie publication of tt
novel which .hu ha just completed hav
ing lltiishcd the concluding chapter
while stopping over a lew min
ute at Xlagara Fall- only a few day ago.
The novel, as yet. has not been named,
but will be revl-ed and placed in the
hand- of the publishers in time for the
fall trade. It Is polble that thl may
be the last work of this famous authoress,
as her husband Is somewhat aver-ed to
her writing any more.
The British Quarterly Reviews.
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XM
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Bbtweon WMUlatrtoc ind Ooiurclal
Avenues, xfloininir Hanny a.
KKKl'S for al Ihe IwM m, i ai, Hiii(on
Veal, Urub, annas, to.. Md It pre
pured lo erve fnnilllea In an alile manner
It. W. MIIXEH,
FORWAHDINO
ji.-siy-:
Coin mission Merchant,
Amtilmler in
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN HAY,
Mom!,T"vrr t ' . IM.I.NOM.
i-s-tr. ' '
C CLOSE,
fisrunil
Commission Merchant
amii nEALrit im
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
HAIR, &o.,
Uad.r Oltf ITatiaaal Bask.
T WlLf. if 11 In car-lol tola at numiftttturtri
priors, iiMLntf Frrlsht
JOHN B. PHIIXIft
AKD SOH,
(Sncff.jor. to John It. rhllllil
FORWARDING
JtXU
Commission Merchants
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
ME At, BRAN, tc.
Agents tor LAFLIN RAND POWDER CO
ZOoraer Tenth Street and Ohlu
linToe.
'.. I Mnthii'D
K C
MATHUSS Sc. UHL,
FORWARDING
Ami tiViirrul
Commission Merchants
llmleiii in
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
U4 Oliio Xjovoo.
E .1 Ayren. is It, ajim
AYRES Sc. CO.,
IIiOXT
Ali.l Ketiritil
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
M tV I'.UthEII. " V AXl.IV. J. II. Wlttl.
PARKER, AXLEY & WILD,
(uci'ennrs to I'aiki-r .V A.xley.)
(.UNI int.
COMMISSION MERClUiVTS
United In
Huy, Corn, Oats, Flour aud Cohq
try Produce Genorally
ORANGES,
LEMONS,
ant) CHOICE
BUTTER,
A Sprelaltv.
100 Commmclal Avenue, CAIRO, ILL.
l."J.'-fls-f
UT.ti r. iMiikni a 11. , rM.ii.siiustt.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(succeiora to Miller X I'atker,)
FORWARD G
A.NU
Commission Merchants
And Dealer! In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN. HAY,
ETC,
okkick :
11 oitioLKtra:,
j 1 AlltO, ILLINOIS!.
S3"W'eliuve lemeil the Large Yellow Ware
hoie, Morale capacity a.iini pin, which lte
in ample IHrllitlci tor stmiiiK uul Milppluir.
li-s-lf,
IXNl'RAXtK.
C. N. HUGHES,
tienenil
Insurance Agent.
OFFICXt
0?tr VtuiuM XTU'i.
NONK but t'irtt-Claiw Compantri rtpr
M-nted.
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1868.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
(ielieilll
Insurance Agents,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, up-iuuri.
Tho OldeatEatabllahed Airenoy in touts
ern Illluols, ropreaeatWK OTtr
105 OOO OOO.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealer 111
LUMBBB,
All klii.li haid aud toft,) '! .
FLOORING, SIDINQ, LATH, o
Mill m TT,
Jorner Thirty-Fourth SUM, aai
Ohio LerM.

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