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L. BRISTOL,
FAMILY
GROCER
if'Sr Stoplo and Fancy Gro-
ri r aro' vHOtoDi08,
1,1- My New 'Stylo Mixed
1$
TEA'
t.fferont Combination Prom nnv
efore Offered in tho Market,
uum excellent f lavor.
dttakerHams
WISCONSIN BUTTER,
Swot asd Rich
itral Hop Yeast
Ac-ilnThla Summer.
;new SYLE
P CHIMNEYS.
SEE THEM
ExGHT'STREET
JA7T?9 ILL.
UOAl
1 Coal
TSBURGH,
? PARADISE,
C ARBON(Bi g M u d d y)
Vrlc
-ami- Ve-T" -
iar. i
SlSYTONA CANNEL
&d
loz
1
"ft
Jl,ydorB for Coal by the) car-load,
it tr in noKinoaas, iorsrupmom,
Mptly attended to.
Wrn lamvA nnnaiimava'otiH all
dufaoturors, wo are prepared
nnnlv anv Quantity, .by tho
nth or yoar, at uniform ratCB. .
CAIEO CITY COALJJOMPAmr.
llMllldir llro UolUce. No. TO Oh n Iv.
hlluUiday llro ' whart'boat.
-11 t-;jf)ixian mui, or
yptiun Mill!, or
fAt tltc Woul liiinip,
ifioi vi i tiu ij t.txm
i.
Font Offlrc Drawer, XM.
jENTINE resch,
GROCER.
Driller in
ir, tgas, nsn, founry,
iijmo and all kinds of fresh
null iiiu voyemuiuo.
fh Street, Carro, 111
'Vrderafur Sleainlwutii pvcmiiilly llllttl at
icKir, day or nlsht,
CI. I'll
Sal College,
T;ijiiis,aa.oo.
third Annual Session
iio'3eglns Sept. 29th.
.ircuhirs AiMrfst
'.IaiUiU filler, 928 Wabash Ave.
i
Mvat Preioriptlou Boob.
P ,!f SmuU tiUeai,A,;hnn,
Hrci.tl.ui.. i!,urrK CMHumlillOB.rllw,
T 1?' ? ricnccni, lljilnvi
I..- . cl11' IIJJIW.U, Scroru.
tin , . nTT v i." 1 "n.u f rvoui we
Bill'ir po Kiliauaiicn, Jmpoton.
. l!ll, Mwtur. ..4 uWiW,.rl..
Iu from Eicou ,n4 Inirrudtnt
Ublti. " lim.. uu.0,; f,f tsjes
tir icuu.iK 8S centi for ilia Priu.t.
in..... .. n.w.1... "..':""" "!
1 lit TV out Dtf
iptton Book. On latl 1W
lAGt U U lU.t lotruu, I UIM M ru'ti.
l!. JTiTT..lgni Ucthoda of Treatment r...
it. dlMiiu, o 1W yuan eiparlenue , naur.
""JhiiUMbMhiW., f '" OuW.fcr'iii.
uaun4lDBooUeru'. Mallei unJtr .wl ea
It mu. iMnn '
THE AMERICAN HEMlDV CO.,
No. 7W Dno Biract, til l)Ut, MO.
lie
VOL. 7.
MQI'OH HKAI.KRN.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale mill Kctnll Knxlcrs In
Foreign and Domestic
WI,Kft OF AM. KIMN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MK991U. i-MYTIf A CO. hate ioiilmilly
a larco stock of the lit kckkIi Iii the mar
ket, and Kite Miieclal attention tilhe tlioIeiuiI
ranch ol the lnuinf n.
iri:.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
JOHN SPROAT,
Wliol.'.nlu and Itit.ill Under In
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo and Kankakee, III.
CAIRO omcE :
At HuUn dtWlUon's, CornerTwelfth St
ana unio ieven.
will nin nn la- wnpon throughout the
Smson. delivering nun- lute loe In anv
jwrt nf the city nt the lowint market vrlr-, and
. III - I ... A . . . . . ..... I. f. . l ' . I.. .'...
n in ttinj iiuiHPii tit) irirnn uuumr ine guy wun
by the eakc or ear load, nuked In aawdunt
'lilDnx-nt to any dJutaner.
IIOTKLS.
Grand Central
HOTEL,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Coruor HUditlx Street,
WB. WETZEL. Proprietor.
ATISL'STY watch kept nf(5ht and iUy for
trains and rtearubonta
Tit. l--l of A
KiifjH at'iwo I ilUr it day.
lor iran.nm
3-l-lf
m lim.iis.vi.i: ii:oi i:us.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
Commission Merchantj;
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
It A 'lliullii,
I. D. Thorn.
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Successors tn H M llult-n,)
Commission Merchants
An'l dealers In
STAPLE AND FA KOY
v "GROCERIES,
Fosijni and Domestic Prnits and Nuts
181 COMMXKCIAL AVENUE.
' G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Doaler li
BOAT STORllS,!
Commission Merchant,
No. 76 OHIO LXVE'E.
Sl'KCIAI. nttcntUn gyta tooomlKruntnta aud
llllius onlera.
rAINV ANI OII.H.
B. F. PARKER,
DvuliT in .
Paints, Oils, Varnishey,
zszt-XTSEcaas.
Wall Paper, Window aiaao, Win
dow ShadOB, &c.
AlwnyR u limd, the celebrated llliunluatlm:
AURORA Olli.
Coruor ElovntU Street and WathinK
to Avenue
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
J. O- IITJEXjOI,
I0PRIET0R,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
aulUVln Buildinff , Cornov TwelXU Sltwet
and WajiblBirton Avenue,
Cairo, Xlllxxolai'
ifTrwnlT mi'l Jtllto.T AVork a upcclnllr
Ofto, Bulletin. 33ull5.ln.cTt Caraiwr Wwolfth. Street u&i 'Wiulilnctsn .A.-rervvi.o.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
(Tf t. 4 Hi ft 1 1 A. i. 4
MR. THURMAN'S SPEECH.
THE
OHIO SENATOR DELIVEUS
OPINION UPON THE STATE
PLATFORM.
HIS
II,-
'iiiiili'r- It Vnliiriillo In I'rlll
elin, but Knli-ciii II n lnt
t Mnml l,y m
Tlrkfl.
M vvmn:i.!i. Ohio. .Iiilv ill
Owj ol' tliu larpost ami moet Ititclllgi'iitl
yntncriii- Hint i-vt'f nspcniuivii lit .orui
i.tii Ohio, took jilnce In till rlty to-day,
a niiivtTMl ltliTust lcln felt, mid very
(li;inotistrablv expressed to lu-nrthu view?
oi' Senator '1 Inirtiinii upon tho Ohio plat
form, and tho several Ksttcs Involved In
the prci'tit .Stato f;niviis. It wiu cx
(.'CU'il In Miiiio rin.mter-, ami tlw ul-h
wiii tiuiior to me L'XiK'Ctatioii in oiiici j.
that lie would take occasion, If not to do
iiouutx; tho declarations of the Ohio JJein
(MTaey iptelully upon the money ipiei
tlon at leat to o crltlcln- them in to
throw colli water on the catf-e, biitln this
hU political oppoiienlx wen; radly disi)-
noiuted.itu'l Ills Domical ?vnil:itlii.er
eorrcpoudlii'dy ratltlcd.
Aiinot at tno opi'iiiti' ol ni speech
Mr. Thtirinnii proceeded to arralirn tho
lieptilillcati party as havitif,' no higher
pttrpo-e in tho present crin tiiau liow to
fcavu Itself from dMnteratlon and ruin.
Such wa the tenor of its policy all
throiiL'h the lat seion of cotiun."'-!. and
one of the results ol this policy wa their
uiii lor t tic resumption 01 .specie pay
ments, which lie characterized as fol
lows, as a ".strange phenomenon." and
a "mere piece of caucus furniture."
Tin: M-rcn: itnsi'.MiTio.v hilt..
"It Is u hill that contains not a MiiL'le
effective provision for that purpose: a
bill declaring that resumption .shall tako
place on tho lir.U day of January, IST'J,
without providing, in any wio manner.
one dollar 111 coin with which to eil'ect
that resumption. No wonder that the
lladlcal leader declined to discuss
that bill. No wonder that the
chairman ot the committee that re
ported It declined to explain It. No
wonder that he left its amhlguoit- pro-vi-ions
without interpretation when to
ntihliclv interpret them one way would
have driven oil- the re.sumptlonUts from
its support, and to interpret them another
way would have drought the whole
swarm of iiitlatioii -t ahout his car.
And so the hill was passed; not a- a
financial measure, not as a thing hi
which any one lellevcd, hut rhnply a- a
caucus comproini-o of coiilllctlng opinion--,
a political Micklng-plaster to hold
the oppoilng wings ot the Radical parlv
together, an adjournment of the currency
ipiuriiou, o tar as tno Jiatucats are cou
ccriuil, until after the. next presidential
election. Ami now tlio very men who
made that compromise, tlio verv men
who agreed to keep their opinions In
..I.. ji ih'i.h'ii i f m i - , ' , T." 1
autfiord and perH3tnitors of that sham in
iinaiiw.' and trick In politics will, I have
no doubt. Ik; heard saying to the hard
money i;eiiiocrats ot Ohio, -How can
you Mipport tho Democratic ticket nomi
nated by a -mi-money platform V 'How
can you tint- prefer party to principle,
and desert one of the oldcM and most
tlnie-honored canons ot your political
creed':' 'I low can you abandon
the l.dlli ol .lellcrson. .lack
.sou and Benton, and become
followers of Wendell I'lillllps, Benjamin
1'. Butler and William IJ. Kulley?' 'Vou
were not wont. In times pat, to nicak of
thcto men with uncommon respect. If
we rcnu'inltei' coircetlv, you called 1'hil
lipsa fanatic, Butler a lover ot other peo
ple's spoon-, anil Kelley a maniac on the
subject of pig-iron, l'ray tell us what
miracle has been performed bj- which
this tiinlty of taiiatlei-iu, poous;uid pig
iron have becomo the lltiauclal proplicts
and leaders ol the Ohio I cmocraey V I
tav. my liard-iuoncy friends of iiiclilantl,
that I have no doubt that those nueetloiw
will bo put to us, these iircani uttered
hist winter enacted the financial sham of
against u.-.by the very compromisers who
which I have spoken. And, therefore,
hut, .tbovc all, from a tcn-e of duty that
I owe to myself and to the Democrats
who think as 1 do on the currency hsuo,
1 propose to srive reasons that, in mv
judgment, make it our Imperative duty
to support our uc;;cr, nowever niticn wo
dlrlikc some planks in tho platform, and
tho onii.-ioii of others that wo think
should have been in it."
WHAT Till'. PLAH OItM Mi:.Nn.
"You, my fellow Democrats of 1'ieli
laud, are what ate called hard-money
men, and I am a hatd-money man that
is to say, we do not believe in an irre
deemable paper currency; so believe that
such a currency must necessarily fluctu
ate lu value, lea.l to speculation and ex
travagance, and benefit no one but mou-ev-sliavcrs
and speculators. We believe
that our currency should consist of gold
and silver, and, for convenience, paper
convertible at par into trold and silver at
tho will of the holder. In this we concur
wllh tho uniform teachings of the Demo
cratic party, with tho opinion of every
really eminent political economist the
world over, with the lessons of experi
ence found In the hl-tory of every com
mercial nation, and with the views of al
most the entire body of the business men
of America. ov, it has been roundly
asserted, and with a violence of speech
that might be considered intemperate,
that the platform of our late convention
means just tho opposite of our opin
ion; that it means an irredeemable
paper currency now and forever, and,
consequently', that gold or silver, or pa
per convertible into gold and silver, shall
never form a part of onr circulating me
dium, if ur certainly no sucn idea is :v
preswllw tho platform, nor do 1 believe
that it is entertained by a majority of
tJioso who approve it. I know that there
ate men who advocate the abandonment
of gold and silver as money ; who scout
the idea of rcdecmabillty of tho currency;
who assort that whatovorthe government
callw money Is money, and who regard Ir
redeemable greenbacks as the best cur
rency the world ever saw. But I do not
think' that those men constituted a ma
jorlly of tho late convention, or of Its
commutes on resolutions. Had .such
been the case their views would have
been expressed without ambiguity. But
you look )u vain in liiu platform for a di
rect Dxinosslon in favor of irrcdeeinablli-
ty, or n direct ns-ertiou that gold
and silver should be demonetized.
"It advocates the substitution ofgrccn
hacks for national bank notes, but It no.
whero says that tho greenbacks should he
Irredeemable. On tlio contrary, it con
templates that they shall be brought to
par Willi gold, and although wo may not
lw quite able to see how that can bo done
lu the mode proposed, its desirableness I"
most distinctly
and fully recognized.
And then, as to
does not oxpro'
Itillallou, the platform
lv demand nuro cur.
1110
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4,
rencv. It denounces contraction", but
does' not sav in plain words. lo u.s lu
I Itatlon. What It does say is, 'that the ,
i volume of currency be made and kept i
; equal to the wants of trade;' and this Is
' all."
"Xow. tho gentlemen who framed this.
. platlurm arc able and bold men, masters I
i ol the Kngllsii tongue, capable oi saying i
what they mean, anil by no iikiui? afraid
to sav It. i
When, therefore, they plainly denounce
contraction, hut fall to cxpresily advo- i
catuintlatioti, Is not the presumption fair
thai tliev do not mean inilatlouV Under- t
stand inc. I am not defending the plat- j
lunn,, lor III some imiucuiai.i i no not
like It, and 1 Iismmj t those, who may ni
prove it the task of its advocacy. Nor
am I erlllci'.lng It. for 1 have no dlsposl
sion to In; critical,' and I leavetlial role to
our common ndvcr.arics. But I think it
but Justice to -ay that the platfoim ha
been coii-tniid to mean more than Is ex
pressed lu it, and more than was meant,
us I believe, by tho-e who framed it. 1
know that some of its warmest advocates
regard it as n declaration against gold
anil silver, and for an irredeemable gieon
back currency now and forever, coupled
with great and permanent inflation : but
for reasons that I have partly stated, and
others that 1 have no time to state, 1
believe that thc-c men are comparatively
few In number. The truth is that there fs
A W1DK iiw.i:.sity ok on.viov
anions the people of all parties upon this
subject. There are Democratic hard
money menand Democratic paper-money
men ; Bepublleaii hard-money men and
Kepubllcun paper-money mm ; iJemo
cratle rcsumptinnUt and Democratic lu
tlatiouNts, and Bepiiblican resumption
l.sts and Hcpublican Intlatl'itilsts. The
question 1 not strictly a party question.
Hon. st men oi all parties mr.v bo found
on its opposite sides, and so it has ever
been after every great panic bv which
the country has been alllictfd. I have
not heard an argument, pro er con, that
has not been advanced a hundred times in
Kuropo and America before tho
panic of 1S73. But lu the end; truth is
sure to prevail, and hi the mean time
hard words anil bitter accusations serve
no good purpo-e. So man has firmer
convictions on this subject than I have.
They are the result of much experience
and or a long, patient anil cui-cicntlous
study. I have exprc-sed them time and
again, lu conversation, in public meet
ings, in conventions, and in iay place ill
the senate. I stand bv tlieiu whatever
may be my political fate; but r do not
a?siune to bo Infallible, and ruthlessly
condemn men as sincere a-1 am who en
tertain n dlllercnt opinion.
.Mien i.r.ss can i 4.nctiov .i nisiifnio.v
of tho Democratic party, I'ccaunj hi a
single state it has so liappened that a
convention chosen to nominate slate olll
ccrs only olllecrs who willhavciio juris
diction over the currency iiie-tioii haj,
upon this one question, adopted a plat-
'i in jtiiiginciuuotrsiiowippiovo.
f have been a iJeioocrat all my lite, and
when and when; to lK- a Democrat was to
bo politically o-traci-ed. I have eliin"
to the party in its darkest hour- a-; ,u.fi
approved its fundamental principles, t
yet look to it as destined to restore
to the Republic, constitutional, hou
cit and economical government, to
piomote fraternal feeling- between all lti
parts, and to perpetuate" free lu-tltutiou-
forsigc- to conic; and I cannot, by any
wont or act of niiuc,'coiitiibute to its
overthrow. I know that It is not luf.il
llblc. for no party I- infallible. I know
that it has committed irrors, mid that
(.very parly has committed them; but
Inl-okuow that Us fundamental prin
ciples are sound, ami that its puiposcs
arc honest and Patriotic, it thoicforo
well deserves aiiiicommaiid- my support
and although my iniliicnco may bo small
tuui my -ci vices nine worm, it uas a
Jn-t claim to tlieiu both that I cannot
deny.
wiii.m, j ii i: (ji i:-rinx ki:sj--.
The currency qticstloh, so far as legis
lation can ailed it, rests with Congress.
Theolllcers to be elected ill Ohio this
f.Ul will have, as I have already said, no
jurisdiction over it. It ha national, and
not a mom Slate concern; and although
every State has a perfect right to express
Its opinion upon it, and may very proper
ly do so, yet its solution Is devolved upon
the rcprcscutntlvi - ol all the States in
the Congress assembled. And the draft
lug of a national party platform upon It,
to be submitted to the people, Is the oiliec
of a national convention representing the
party lu all the States. Such a conven
tion of our party will meet next year,
and Its deliberations we may fairly pre
sume, will rcllect the opinion and mani
fest the will of tho entire Democracy of
the Iteptiblle.
It is soinuwh.it amusing to read, hi tlio
liht of history, some ot the criticisms
that arc dally seen in the newspapers
upon the subject I am considering. Ono
class of these papers denounces, with
great severity, the hard-money Demo
crats of Ohio because they do not unite
with tlio Uepubllcaus to defeat our ticket,
forgcttlnir that even Horace Greeley,
then chief Whig editor of the United
States, exerted all his power and Inilii
cnco to elect General Scott to tho Presi
dency, and, at tlio sanio time, to use
his strong but certainly not courteous
language, "spat upon the platform."
Another class of editors denounce us
because we do not surrender our convic
tions and support paper inonpy and Intla-
tion a wcu as uio uckci. rney are not
conlcnt that wo shall help to elect the
ticket they require that wo shall also
abandon our faith; forgetting that not
three years have elapsed since they were
themselves among the most ardent and
clllcicnt supporters ot Horace Greeley
for tho Presidency, upon thu most pro
nounccd and unambiguous; hard money
and specie resumption platform that
could bo written. But let us pass to more
important eon-lderatlons. I hnvo no de
sire to speak ot the Inconsistencies of
politicians. I am content if I can main
tain mv own consistency and at the same
time do what i believe to be right."
The Senator then proceeded to nn
elaborate and masterly review ol those
national questions that have most agitated
the country during tho past several years,
and through the neglect, perversion or
betrayal of which, as hi regard to local
self-government and tho reconstruction
of tho South, tho Hcpublican parly has
steadily and hopelessly estranged it-elf
from tho contldcnco ol the people, i
Mr. Thin-man's position upon the
financial plank of tho platform, though
not hi harmony with tlio views of the
great masses ol tho Democracy, is such
as might have been anticipated by those
who know and liavo observed his course
In Congress on this point; but that lie has
clearly at heart tho success of (bo Demo-1
, craey at the polls, that ho will exert till i
his powerful Iniliicnco to that end, that
1 ho considers tho questions of contraction
and hitlation subordinate to tho promi
nent Importance of vindicating the
greater general and well established prin
ciples of the party, not a doubt is enter-tNlnct
1875.
F. M. STOCKFLETH.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines and Liquor s,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO. ILL.
Keeps a full stock of
TZLoxxtxxolxjy Bourbou,
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County .
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
RHINE,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
PHYNH'IANN.
0
U. LEACH, M D ,
HOMfXOPATHIST.
l)r lii'h luin had n lnrfff lAKrivm t in tin
lmictiei- of Mftlli'lnn nd Surxfry Kir?cliil at-
tontion I'ulil t Die llunxi oinlhii' trcatntcnt of'
Siirgicnl di-cac.i, nnd dlr.i-ci of vnin n and )
chllibrn.
JE3"0i r.t i: Curnrr Omuri chil n in- mid
Niiith ititi-t ll-T-l-lf
rILLIAM R.
SMITH, M. X.
JU:SlI)i;SCi:: Si. JI Tlilrtmith street, bo
twuii Wa-)ilnxton nvcuue and Wnlnut strii't.
OfKtt.'l.i Nortli mMu of Klxhth strn't tx-twei-n
Commercial mid Washington avenue.
G.
W. DUNNING, M. D.
UKSIDEKCK- turner Ninth nnd Walnut
Mrift.
OFKICK: Corner Sixth srrrtt am Ohio tvee.
UKKtLi: UoUIJsj ; Kromna.iH. liin.,iiud
from 2 to : li.m.
i.awii:ks.
J
OHN H. MULKKY,
Attorney nt Lair.
CAlllO, n.r,txois.
OKRCE: Klshtli .m-'t, Itetween Commcr
ciii! mid Wu-liitW'ii mcniiCK.
OAMUEL T. WHEELER,
O
Attorney at Law.
OKI'ICK! Ohio Lcieo, over room firmeily
ocriipltil Vy firat atlonul Jl.iiik,
(JAIlio. II.I.ISOI-
REEN & GILBERT,
Attorneys and CounselorM.
at. Law.
OVnev: Ohio .ci, room 7 und H
City Xitlounl Hunk,
Uilliamlt. limn, )
William 11. Gilbert, I.AIltO, ILLINOIS.
Mile Fn-l'k Olllnit i
53Pieclul attention K'lven to Admliallr anil
Slramlxwt bn-ini .
iikam:siatk Ai;i:.vr.
JOHN a. HARMAN & CO.
Real Estate
HOUSE A.C3-E13SrTS
COLLECTORS,
;ONVEYAKCBS, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Laud Afrenta of the Illinois Central and
Burlington and Qutncy R. R.
Companies,
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levoa,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
I.O, LYNCH.
M. J IIOWLKY.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Bouse Agents,
olloctors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE At the Court Ilouae.
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
Weat side Commercial Avenuo, between
Eiithth and Ninth stroot.
(Next door to .1 . llurirei 's dry (jonrts ntoiv.)
A full llin! of the huest and most fit-hl'iiKU'Ie
styles of
HATS AND BONNETS
idivnvs on hand. Also even' mriely of
Ribbons Lnocs and Trimmings,
from the cheapol lo thu most eouly. fjidie.
will tin. I uny unit eierylhlng in her ittnre lor ii
coiuplititreet, ball or piuly outtlf
1'ilces to eoninte vr Itli any In the W est,
tlrAlijO utrent for the Home Sewing Miiehine,
".Hi..',-lt-ir
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
Wiloox'i
Comer Poplar and
I Blooli,
Elovsnth Street.
Knirlie8t CbbJi Prioo pnid fov
ff"a "Ti'l ,flntlo
I
i
NO. 103.
BOBBINS'
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO ILL
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OP
UViiliY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
PIAWOS
Of World wido Reputation.
AeknovIeln-d by all irood Jtuslci.im to be II
bct riauo not? made.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wu have solJ over I0i) dunm
twelve years pj-t, licciiiiiitu- more anil more.
popular every uay.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
.Splendid tone, Power and Durability.
Kimball's Orchosfral rtrnan
A very flue liiitniiiirnt, adapted to Instru
mental as well as vocal imi-lc.
AM. nn: aiiovj: auk oifKitKt) ox
Kasy .Monthly Payments, nt loivilgtircs
regardless of Mit Prices.
SHEET MUSIG
In tsrc-it variety. Including all tlio new
and popular nmlo ot the day.
orders from the Country
promptly tilled snd -cut "
by mail.
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
ACCORDEONS. CLARINETS
FLUTES,
PICOLOS,
TAMBORINES
KTC, ETC.
FHENCIl liAHl'S
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Fiintishrd to Order.
STRINGS FOR VIOLINS, GUITARS, ETC.
Of the Best Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of nil grade for Piano or Voice.
JSTEvery description of Musical Mer
chandise furuii-licd to order, promptly ami
at prices lower than ever oll'crcd before.
UEXOY ALSO OK
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for niustratcil Catulouu mid Price
Mit of thc-o beautiful groupef.
All Goodi Warranted as Reprtiented.
Address,
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo, Illinois.
vahii:tv ntoiie.
N"ew-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Xjax,KOfat
VARIETY STOGE
IN TnE CITY.
Goodd Sold Vory Close.
Ooruor 10th 8t. nd Cominorcial Av
CAIBO. ILLINOIS.
G. 0. FATIER &
CO.
JACOB WALTER,
j BUTCHER
?tti
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Between Waahln
hlniftoD aA ComtoercUl
Avenuee
i, aujDuuai jaanny i.
KKKVH for nalc the li Beef, Pnrk,;Mnrton
t Veal. LamliaiKape, o . and la iro
Iwinsifl
mm
IIIUBIU
COlMlftftUj M KUCH A XT.
' RV w. miIlkr, '
FORWARDING
.INt .
CominiMion Merchant,
Ati'tilrnttr In
FLOUR, MEALjGRAIN HAY,
OMIT.
fintiiji.iAKr.
Ir M.ir
t'AIKO,!l.r.l.VOl3
O. CLOSE,
tinrrnt
Commission Merchant
AKTl tlKAMII 1.1
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
HAIR, fee.,
Under City Natlon&l Eaak.
IWU.I, Mil In car-traul tott nt uatLfaetarfri
LtlCfS, aitdlntc rrrlicht.
JOHN B. PHIIXIS
AND SON,
(Successors to John II l'hUlls)
FORWARDING
-AM)-
Commission Merchants
And Dealeri In
nAY, CORN, OATS, PLOUR,
MCAl, BKAK, etc.
Agent for LAFLIN AKAND POWDER CO
ZCorasr Tontk Strt tad OhU
LftTC.
7. II MnlhtiM.
K C.
MATHUC3 & UHL,
FORWARDING
And fieneral
Commission Merchants
Pcnler.1 In
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAT AND
PRODUCE,
G-4 OIilo Itovoo.
P. CUHL,
F.xchnlie
Flour Merchant
Millers' Agent.
Xo in Ohio f.eiv,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
K. !. AyiTS.
S. V. Ayrea.
AYRES tc CO.,
And general
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
MAS I. r.W'.KEIl
II. II. ( I NMSIHI OI.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
("iiereeoii to Miller A r'arker,)
FORWARD G
AND
Commission Merchants
And 0,'jler.s In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN. HAY,
ETC.
ornctc :
C1 OHIO UA KE.
CAIltO, ILLINOIS.
13" e have leaned the fjn?e Yllow Ware
tiuu.-c, aloraw eapucity 3,ouo tons, which iv
lis nniple facilities for stoiinR iimt ahlpplnir.
t-i-tf.
INNVHAXCE.
C. N. HUGHES,
General
Insurance Agent.
ovicbi
OXXXO
Over KktbnM TTU'i.
NOXK but
tented.
l'liit-Claaa Compaaka reprt
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1858.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
Oeneral
Insurance Agents,
73 OHIO XXVEE,
City NaUcnal Baak SulULUg, f-Ulri.
The
Oldeat EtabUsUd Asrasoy in South
era IlUnola, repreaeattng ovfr
65 000 000.
CAIRO -
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealer in
ATI Limit barif and ofl,)
FLOORING, IIDINQ, LATH, o.
Mill ua Turf,

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