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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1875.
I tAlltO, IU.INOI3
Keeps everything pertaining to
tho lino of Btnplo ana Piinoy Gro-
coriofl, wooaonwaro, vcgotablCH,
uitn, etc., sic.
Try My New Stylo Mixed
Different Corabiimtlon From nny
Boforo Oll'crccl in tlio Market,
' nnd of Excollcnt Flavor.
Sweet asd Illcli
mtral Hop Yeast
Again Thlo Summer.
?o. 32 EIGHT STREET
ko consuraors and all
rurors, wo aro proparoc
iiuiiumv. nv iu
p., ui uuiiorm nuos,
)4CITY COAL C0MPAN7
Kllro 'a Allien. Vn jnniiin rc
Ihiy llro ' Mliurfluini. '
Ffcyiitlan Mills, or ,,,,
1 ioui uninii, loot of Th rtf""' '
tte. fiGaos. FM, Poultry,
Gamo and all kinds of fresh
Fruit and Vegetables.
Kighth Street, Carro, 111
rrOnltr for Steninhoat
7t3 inoinplly Jllled nt
jfiiy hour, day or night
Thirty-Third Annual Sossion
Bogins Sept. 29th
For Circulars AiMress
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R. SMYTH & CO.,
Whokpali- nnd Itc tall I)ra1n In
'Foreign and Domestic
OF A I.I, HIMW,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
MKSSIf. N.MTTII A CO have rnniUnlly
u liirRp Murk tit the Unt Kixxlrt In Ihr mar
ket, ami (five eirlnl intention to I do IiIiuIi.miI
rancn in inu iiiminmi.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
Wliblirate and Hi tall Dealer in
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo and Kankakee, III.
At Hulen & Wilson's, Corner Twelfth St
una umo ixiveo.
run nn Icr wagon throne limit the
ui-on, hiihitIiih pun- lute Iw In any
rtf tliiTlty at the lourrt market irlo-, und
win ni'oiurniMi my mend Gllt.lilettii: city Willi
rnbythc calf or car load, juicLed In luwiluat
or aniviiiriil t any dUtunee.
Coruor 32islxtli JQtx-oot,
WM. WETZEL. Proprietor.
ATIIUSTV watfli kept nisht anil day for
trains ami Mi-aniboaU.
The Unt of iuviriimod.itlons
(finals at '1 wo Hollar ir (lay.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
H. At Thorn.
L. D. Ihoiiio.
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Succcnaors to II M Hill, n ,)
Ami il ultra In
STAPLE AND FAN C Y
ForoiKU anil Domestic Fruits and Nuts
184 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL alleutlon glvi-n to consignments anil
B. F. PARKER.
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Jv"all Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Alwnrs on lianil, the rvlclirotnl illunilnatlngr
AUHOlt A Oil,.
Corner Eleventh Street and Washlnir.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY.
r. o. iixjuxjih,
BINDER AND BLANK DOOK
lullotlnBulldlnir, Corner Twelfth Street
and WaahinRton Avenue,
WO'ouutT anil Hnilroiwl Work a micclulty,
GOV. FENTON ON POLITICS.
Think I In- ItoiiiiirratH
lH-iitfli In Ohio.
I'roni Ilic Cincinnati ( otiiiiiciclal.)
Tlio (Jitvt-riior nut out liN vt-lvct itaw
mid shook my hand. He miiI he wimiot
In politic, hut very quiet, living nt
.l:uni;tovn, nnd visiting .Snrntngit with
Ills ilatijjliti.T. He wus n loti thni! KCt-
tinir Itronuililu on, w lii.'it in; couiii iiiku
n (iiiMtlon, lint llnally wu touched Ohio
and I ui! next election.
"Do you npjirehcnd Hint tho Democrat
will riM'lect William Allen, Sotiatoi "
"Wcll.no. My advice rather lead to
tho helleC that he will Ik; defeated. He
wa elected hy a hare majority lat year,
and there appears to he s.onie disatliiic
tlon with his plat tot in , and aWo with Hie
prominence h niltflit atunc as a I'rc1!-1
ilential candidate if he were now elected.
I rather hope invfell that tin; .State will
go Republican tills year lor the kake of
elearln"; the prospect lor 1.S70."
"Do you 11 j til lu New York State that
the liillatlon school Is iiiitnerous lu either
'I fhould say It was. It Is undoubted,
ly in the minority, but the active class of
(peculators U generally for inllatlou. In
my Congressional district the Liberal I!e
publlcans nominated a man (.Mien)
against the regular I'epubliean (.Session!').
Now, .Sessions had lost everal votes In
the direction of liillatlon, and the Liberal
newspajier in our town copied his record
from the New York Kttning 1'osl, and
nlo the I'otl's criticism, that he deserved
to Iiq beaten for his greenback heresies. I
went to the editor andsaid : 'This won't
do. You;wlll help Sessions by that conr.se.'
1 knew that the speculative Interest was
committed at that time to more green
backs. The feeling in that direction I? on
the decline. .Men are mytilled on the
currency, but the poltlve school is the
antl-lntlatloit school. Therefore I have
presumed that Mr. Allen would not be
"Whom do you regard a? the probable
"That I still In abeyance. Sometimes
I have an Idea that llayard, of Delaware,
may succeed, by the fact that he U the
only candidate not neutralized by some
other from the .-aine State. lie has, how
ever, slight merits to be a strong candi
date. He has a weak State behind him.
Willie a pure man, he ha u narrow,
opinionated mind, with little apparent
knowledge ot the country at large lu its
needs ami view. Ohio and Ind'aua are
more zealous to destroy the candidates of
cacti otiicrtnan to accommodate tne par
ty's desire for victory, and both of these
States seem to unite against TiUIcii, be
cause he Is formidable as the Eastern can
didate." "Do you consider that Tildcn can be
re-elected Governor of the .State?"
"Ye.?. lie could be elected If the ques
tion came up at this time. There!! no
telling how It will be a year hence.
Still, I suppo-e Tildcn will get the vote
of this State for President. Tho party U
not nrll orfor iimterlaf. The Republi
cans have made point1- by the recent
changes lu the Cabinet, ami" are. on the
whole, better cemented and commanded
than the Democracy."
"Did you think of Gov. Gaston of
Masaolfuett- as :i good Democratic can
didate':" "He has been named a little. 1 don't
know but he would be the best candi
date tho Democrats could take up. lie
is a sound, sturdy, good man; well rec
ommended bv men of opposite politics.
That i a trood idea. lie would make
lullv as good a candidate as Tildcn, with
out'the hitter's railroad alUliation;.''
"Will New York pre'cnt a Republican
thought so," said tho Governor,
"There arc my old colleague and G
.Morgan and Secretary l'in. The I
latter are nrobablv not danirerous car.
dates. The Republicans have two very
substantial men. however, In Washbiirne
and llristow. lloth of them would make
good Presidents. I think Waslibtirno
just now in the advance, but llristow
would excite a very enthusiastic cam
tialL'ii. He is a llne-lookinir fellow, with
a mixture of modesty anil brilliancy
which Is verv attractive."
"Would ashhurne get Grant's sup
"1 do not see," answered Fciiton,
"how the President Could be partial be
tween" two men so equally his friends.
Washbiirne has lieon far from an endorser
of the President's policy throughout.
He ha not been satlslled on many oe
p.istons. While Washbiirne's course in
Congress was unpopular mere, it gamed
him regard In the country at large. Hois
the probable candidate, 1 think. There Is
lllalllC, also, Willi ll goou many menu's.
M lie ex-uoveruor, uuuseii a uaiiumaiu
for the Presidency a lew years ago, grew
suspicious at this point, and smoothly
disappeared like an
udia rubber ball.
How to ('(Mini Intercut.
I.'.inr nnr ivnt. Alllltinlv the Drllicipal
bv the number ol days, separate mo
right-hand llguro from the product and
divide by nine.
Five per cent. Multiply by number
nf ilnva. mill lllvllll" llV BPVl'lltV-tWO.
... j ........ ... , .- l. c
nix pet cent, .uiiiupi.v uj iiiiiuun m
daws, separate, righl-liantl iigitrc ami di
vide by six.
Kight per cent. Multiply by number
ol days and divide by forty-live.
Vim. nor rent. Mlllt DlV l)V number
of days, separate rlght-haud figure nml
ilK'Iit, hv rmir.
Ten per cent. .Multiply by number of
daya and divide ny tiuriy-six.
Twc vi! ner cent, .iliiliiiiiv ny mini
her of days, separate rlglit-hamt llviiru
nml iilvlili! I iv three.
fifteen nor cent. Multiiilv by number
of days and divide by twenty-four.
v ,riii ,,.v iint. .mii t in v v null ner
of days, .separate rlglit-haiid iigure and
divide by two.
Twenty per cent. Multiply by nnm
her of days and divide by eighteen.
A IVIrllleil l'Hlrlol.
Ma.lul was refused Christian burial,
but a doctor begged the privilege of pre
serving ills body by a process of petrill
eatlon of his own Invention. He was al
lowed to experiment, and tho result is
that the body now reposes on a nedestal
clad lu a daik dressing gown with scarlet
bindings, black pantaloons, kid slippers,
and black kid gloves with tho lingers oil
llku mils. The llcsh is ot a bliilsh-grcy
color, and is as hard as a brickbat. Ho
reposes in tho little temple without
Campo Santo, lionoa, while near at hand,
just over the wall, the ashes of Ids moth
er aro mingled with consecrated earth.
Tho eyes of this stone body are w ldo
open, the hair and moustache- very lifelike.
An lnitilslllv Old Woiiinii-lliiu Mlm
ANri'rlnliK'il U'luit hum iIio .viitltir
Willi ytm. NaiiiikiMi.
She. was one or thoso Inqtilsitlvu old
women, says the Ko-ton Vmmcreial lint
Mm, who would seem alway.s to hax an
Interrogation point concealed about
them. And as Is generally the ease with
it person who Is hard of hearing, her
voice was painfully audible within tho
range.of a sixteenth of a mile.
"Anybody sick at vour liou-e';" she
iiiipilieilor.Mr. tampon the joiiim' dry
goods man, who has been married about
a year, as he measured oil threu yards of
cheap calico, and asked her, with a sub
dued smile, "Is that nil V
"A that Is my wife Nn't cry well,"
said .Sampson, growing read clear to the
back of his ears as ho noticed ladles in
dlUcrcnt nurts ol the .Mure i-i'1i!iii.lti.
".icy."' remarked the good lady, nllli
her hand at her ear. In a voice which
.tai led n horse i hat was bitched across
"I said that inv wile wasn't vcrv well."
shouted Sampson, his face sullii-'cd with
a lively purple, and tho veins lu the top of
ins in-.i'i uiii;iun:ii ; ami as .iirs, snep
hard. who was buying Manuel at the
other end of the stoic, said something in
a low tone to Mary Carter, who respond
ed "Tehe" Mr. ttmip,oii wi.-hed that he-
was a oaiioon.
"Oli-li !" answered the old ladv in
a tone of higli-keved lndiircrenee,
"What's the matter with l.lzy now, chol
"She ain't very well," said Sampson :
"shan't I fhow you anything more;"
"IlopeJ.izy ain't going to be sick,"
continued Mrs. Hooper. "I see you
u'golng for the doctorcarlv this tiiornin',
and ses I to Mr. Hooper, '1 wonder who
Is sick to Sampson's.' "
Mrs. Hooper's voice penetrated to the
pieclncLs or the apotliceary shop oppo
site, and Chandler, the clerk, took his
place In the store door, and listened with
a grin, while several small bovs gathered
round the door.
"No, I guess not!" shouted .Sampson
vaguely, and wondered If the thermome
ter wasn't up to 1-iO degrees in the shade.
"She ain't got the neuralgv, hez she?"
said Mrs. Hooper, iintvlng the corner ot
her pockct-handkerclncf, whence she ex
tracted the price of the calico.
Harkcr's boy, who Is 1) vears old, and
lyes opposite to .Sampson, Miiekered so
long and loud as he heard this mixtion
trom his post of observation in the store
door, that he grew hysterical, and was
led forth by the tip ot his ear Into the
street by Sampson's clerk, amid the de
risive shouts ot the other bovs.
"Guess I'll run In on my "wav home,"
said the unconscious Mrs. Hooper.
"What did I understand you to say was
the matter with IierV Sence 1 got to lie
dcef I ain't so quick at hcarln' as I was,"
and me old lady leaned over the counter
wun ner icit ear canicu upward In an
fortunately Sampson's hired girl
came breathlessly hito the store and told
him ho was wanted at thohousnrlL'lit nil'.
and, as he grabbed desperately at Ids hat
anuiieu, uie domestic was Inimedlatclv
surrounded by the female, cu-toiiicr.
and, above the eager, halt-audihle whi
perings of them all, was wafted the voice
ot tho maid servant, the burden of whose
"She's a' doin' nicelv. It's n boy, and
weighed si poun's."
Dentil ol' a lllstorlciil liaraclcr.
Charles Xally, to whom belongs the
honor of being the last victim of the old
slave lawin New York state died last week
in Washington. Nally escaped irotn his
owner lu Virginia, and coming north
found employment hi Trov. One day In
1S00, when returning to his work, he was
seized bv the ollicers and carried before
tho I 'lifted States commissioner, who
remanded him to the charge of
his old master. Meanwhile a
largo crowd of coloivd people
had gathered, who, alter a long and de
termined struggle, succeeded hi rescuing
him. He was taken across the Hudson
and back into the country, whoro he was
kept until asutllcieiit Mini h.nlbeen rai-ed
to satisfy his owner, .'or the past few
vears ne nas uvcu lu wasuington wiiere
he has been employed as a messenger hi
the postolllce department. One of Ids
daughters is the wife ol State Senator
Ituby, of .Mississippi.
'.1 romiili'lK l'li-lnrlitl lllmory of Hi
TiiiM'n ' "Tli Im'hI, i'lit'ii't, nml
iiiiihi mu'ci'nmiii f amily imimt
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William 11. CJIIli. it,
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Land Atfnnta of tho IlUnoln Cnntral and
BurllUKton and ttulncy 11. B.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Loveo,
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LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Dolleotors and Conveyancers,
OFFIOE-At the Court House.
MRS. L. J. SPEARS.
West sido Commorclnl Avenue, botweon
ElulitU and Ninth streets,
(NeM door In .1 . ltnrifi r'H dry Roods store.)
A full Hue nl' tlio latir-t nnd limit lasliionnfilc
HATS AND BONNETS
i ...i. am cxury variety of
Ribbons Laces and Trimmings,
from the clienie.st to the innU costly. I.dlen
will llnd any mid cwryllihiK In her etmc lorn
coiiilileluHti-eet, hall or paity ontllt.
I'riecs to roinK'tf rllU nny In the Vcst.
J3-Alio aj;ent for the UolilcSewini? .Maehlne.
Wholesale, Retail and
"A ilco 3t' 33 loo lx..
Corner Poplar and Eleventh Btreuti.
ftS-HiKhost Cash Prico paid for
Hogs and Cattlo.
NORTH SIDE OF MOUTH STREK'l
Botween Wuahiuicton and Commercial
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Botween Waahimrton nd Commercial
Avenues, aajointnfr nanny s.
'KKl'S fur sale the best lieef, I'urk, Jlnlton
n..i . ............... ... mul I. tin.
j.jk. ewi, ijiiiiiii, .iiii"ii.r, . . ......
panil tonervo liynlllea In an aereulnl'le nmiiner
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Gooda Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. sd Commercial At
0, 0, FATIXR ft CO
ANIl tlEAIAU IN
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Utiilor Cltjr Natlom.l D.nk.
I tim,wi in car-liuul loll at li.iiuifarturrrt
jirlin, Hilillnx r'lflitlil.
ft " -a mr ,
UUlllilllOi31Ull 1WI , . I I : I I H 1 1
An'l Dealers In
IT AY, CORN, OAT8, FLOUR,
MEA1, BRAN, etc.
Agenti for X.AFLIK k HAND POWDER CO
ICorner Touth Street and Ohio
7.. D M.illniss.
MATHUSS it. UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
CJk Oliio Xjovoo.
No 50 Ohio U'Vtv,
E, J. Ayres.
S. V. Ayres.
It. II. eUNNtNOIIAU.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(Sm-eesjors to Miller A I'nrler,)
And Dealerj In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, KAY,
J C'AIKO, ILLINOIS.
on ick :
HI OHIO I.KVKK.
tC5-Vcliave lea.-eil the Larue Yellow Wrv
luiiiie, momneeiiiiaclly tnim, which girts
U4 ample I'ucllilleii furnturlng ami shipplnK.
C. N. HUGHES,
Ov.r VtUui cnu'i.
Flrnt-C'liuj Compaslta reprt
AND C ANDES,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City MkUonal Bank Building, -tUln.
The Oldsst EaUbltshed Aenoy la Srath
era Illinois, repressatta oykf
165 000 000.
BOX Mid BASKET 00
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