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L, BRISTOL,
'V FAMILY
kcopii ovcrytliinR portnininu to
k lino of Httiplo nnd Pnnoy Oro
PrioH, Woodonwnrc, VcKotnblcH,
fcftlitS, &IQ., &.O.
t1
2m
My Mew Stylo Mixed
T
lifforont Combination From nnv
Jofprc Ollcrcd in tho Hnrkct,
imuui jjxcciicni r 1'ivor.
ftiittaker Hams
WISCONSIN BUTTER,
3 Muet .v.-.d Rich
tentral Hop Yeast
Auuln This Summer.
NEW STYLE
jAMP chimneys,
SEE TIIELI
lb. 32 EIGHT STREET
jo.
CAIRO ILL.
o. I..
HTTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
EYTONA OANNEL
Orders for Coal by tho ear-load,
oil", or in hogsheads, for F.bipnlont,
jfoiuptlv iitteudcd to.
'EsSy-To larco consumors and all
manufacturers, wo arp prepared
to supply any quantity, uy mo
lonth or year, at unitorm rates.
CAIKO CITY COAL COMPANY.
fj'llallilav llro 'nofllrr, No TO Ohio U-if
K?"ll.ilii'l.iy Urn ' wlnrlliout
I - l l.4)ln.lll -mil", ur
irj" l tin.' Coul Dump, I. "it ot Ilinty.
nit
-Kil'ht
83-I'oit omcc liwivcr. am.
VALENTINE RES OH,
Iiilu- In-
'Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Gamo and all kinds of fresh
Fruit and Vogotablos.
3V .jt...l..i.J c... ti....v1 1. ..t.tiimlU Illicit lit
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COAL!
RTJimy Hour, u.iy nr iiikiii.
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CHICAGO.
I'HES.il'.BG.OO.
Thirty-Third Annual Session
Boglrts Sept. 20th.
I'oi'ClienlaH AiMics
r. DoLnskio Milter. 02B Wubash Avo.
Chlcacro.
Tho Prlvnt'o Pi-cscrljition Bonli.
Bc(.-rc ci'in miiiuiivi.i' r i..r i.nron
Innn l Hcuit Illuauii, Aillm i,
l.rcaclillli. 1 ul.rili, IVuiumi iml., I'll. .,
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ir Ci.nii.liili.1, rciimta Vi.Vni. I.I In. )
Ulw., tiemljial olid Nervous lie.
Ullliy and Kilioiimion, tui otcn
ry, iiiipi, HirUmrs p.l llllri.t'il..
Ii.it rium ici'Hsra put Jiniui'ricnt
ll'iblta, ,.iift tliur, mi l.ry l"l I't'nltli
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L il iTWilUm Wow Method i or Treat mcnt f. r
I mUohi, liwcl " CO ytnn Diricrlelitir.rii'ur.
m: Ittanb irinuncnt nirr. In nil iurHl.i mai'i, i.o
AnmbllllM UllWU'l. A nlhlla llill.la for llw
H "nJtli.i conl'nil'lilli'ff Iuri1'is9. riiil.rHch.s li'i'
r toufounJlanuoiiitrnorli. lhl uu.lir .i.l ou
Kjor VJcioli. lilrw
THt AWinii.nii iibiiii.ui I.U..
No.7iil,inHtrwt,Hf I hum, ho.
mm
VOL. 7.
mui'ok i)i:.i.i;ns-
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WIioWiIp timt Itetiol Under In
Foroiijn. ami Domontio
. No. CO Ohio Lcvoo,
CAIItO, ILLS.
MKSsIl' . SMY'III fi Wl luirc riiiMdiitljr
n lan?o stock r ilu- ll nowl. m hip mar
ket, nml give ii.'-cIhI nllcnllon In I lie WliuliHl
runrll of lllu ImiIih-s
ki:
Tho Undersigned Having Ghon
up tho
CITY TRADE,
Is now Prepared to Furnish Ice
by the
CJ afrL Hz j& 2D,
At prices that will Comparo Fav
orably with any Dealer. lie
will now Devote his atten
tion Entirely to his
WHOLESALE TRADE.
JOHN SPROAT.
1IOTI.J..S.
Cms&d Central
COMHEPwCIAL AVENUE
Corner 3ni.c;lat2.i Stroot,
WM. WirrZBL. Proprietor.
A
I ItL'H-n vteh kept nilit ami Uy
lrniii ul tmliiti
Cor
rhr Uvt ur MnnliiiiMKUtiulM
C.ir truntient
ii.j.i Hi i-wii jinun i-ruv
viloi.USAi.i. iiltm i;r.M.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-An I
Coiumission Merchants
AOKNTS AAIJmtCAN rOWDKIt CO.
57 Ohio Lovoc.
II A Tli. in-
t. I) 'Hi. till.
TKOMS & BROTHER,
(Suciifirj to II JI IIiiIch,)
Commission Merchants
Ami itcalrr. In
STAPLE AND rAHCY
GROCERIES,
I-'orettrti unit Domestic Fmits anil Huta
181 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dialer In
BOAT STORES,:
Commission Merchant,
IJo. TG OHIO LEVES.
Sl'KCIAI. utlcntlon kIvimi tocoiulsnmcnta ami
llllliu OltltH.
I'AIS I'l'.VNl II.S.
' E. F. PARKER,
Uc.ilir In
(Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Papor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shados, &c.
Mwny on haml, tin- rolvbratcl llliimhuUliiB
Oonior Elovonth Streot anil WaaliliiR
ton Avonuo
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
ar. o. srxT332jS,
rnorRiKTOii.
oJEkctJ am
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
lullctln BulUUnir, Corner Twolfth Street
and WusliluKton Avonuo,
Ovli'o, IHixioiM.
K)Couiily nml llallroit'l Woik a Hpii'lally.
1 : i II hian mmi
Offl.so, XJvxllotln. 33a.llAlcr.' C:mar Twlit5i Otioat an.0. 'WMfc.ln.frtsxi. Avo&ut.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1875.
Wi'itrliifss.
IIF.MIV W. I.OMOI :l.Lott .
, tilth' ftvt Untouch lni? e!il
Mint wnniliToii tlnoiu'li Imih uml e;iri
Mint m il" nml liliiil iicneiith 5 our ln.nl)
I, tinner lollii' wuiu Inn.
Vvlieru trill lmll d-.ttriinil lcit ln'Kin,
Am cnry,tiiliikliiiuCyoiir roml,
(I, llttlcliiiiilM that wink nr mi-oiijf,
I hue mill tnrnc or nilnwi lonir,
lime tlll m lunu to Kin- or iiki
I , wlio m intirji Willi lHik nml m
Ihili'tnlhil iiinriir my li.llnw men,
Am wir Ihlnklii gr jour iii-k
i). Unit' iKnttn; ia tliroli im llyc.it
U llli micli lniwlicnt, ri'li licit,
Mith Iltrtillt ami 'Ir'Hi ilcin-ii
.Mine, Hint Iiiiik li.i Kl'KHiluinl IhiiiiiiI.
With iin- lulu nln( tiirnwl,
Now wmriBii'l c")tn-i'Hlltm''.
i), little mjm1i h- Hire uml while,
A I'ryttfllllnr m r.iyi orlluht
lilrMit In. in llnimi.tlulr Mpuni'iliiincj
Itftnctiit lliroiizh inlt nCiiu ',
llnw ml niyfCttiiifr im iiMican!:
I hn Itiriit Inokn llii- nun uf iiunc.
- - -
(.'ini'rii! Illnir ami flu- lilinn WIk
lllllll.
ll'rom Hiirin'i 'n Wwkly J
Viocvtf );iih i fiu-nit I'nuik
IHalr
inu-t lmvc hciinl ol lilt i lc.it li with .-luce
ru refrrut. Willi ri'at mill obvioii"
ilcli't'ts ol'clmriu.'ti'i', lorv.lilcli liu clearly
lllllll, III! Iiiiu in.'iiiy or tlio-u qllMlitilM
ulilclinwaK. ii jiml rctiiin ailmlratioli anil
ivnnl. lie li.-ul, liiilciil, many ol' Ur
trait, of n hero titiilatintcil coura'i', ,'iil
lantry, anior ami liulciicmlciicc: ami 1 1 1 -MTvici'
in ti .iiilii'r , .Mi--(nui from the
colls of slavery ainl H'l-clon va- it 1-1-nal
icr-on.'il trliiiniili whicli Ills .-ufosc-iiiiciit
abcrratloiii ami oxtravairaucct as a
I iciinxT.it should not oli-i-ni'c. A strvlco
or.-mollii r l.liul, Imt not k-s ii-cl'nl and
ailmirabli.' in it- nay, was tliu ilroailiicail
Ictti-r' lor wliilc It 'was (.'liaractori-ticnlly
hold ami di-llant. It was Mncett', ami
"irviil to liow. in liW initni'diate noini
nutlon ly llii' 1 K'liiocralli: party, exactly
mi' spirit niui iiojit 01 mai or.-iiuuttion.
TIhtc Is j-llll anotliiT Mirviix', of anothur
l.ind, which Mr. I'.lnir r;iidt'ifI t lie l.'e
'inlillcaii iiarty, and wliich i not gi'iior
allv l.nowii.
The Cliicajfo Convoiition oflMW, which
noininuti'ii Aiiruii.'iin Lincoln, was com-
iio-i'd, all "ticli hoilit-, ol tliu I'cpiib
li'Mii ol iirincliilc and cotiragu and tno-i
it a timid and ncrilons "t'Xiii'dieiicy.'
It wui evident in the i-Ittmtlon of the
country that, oiiiio-cd to a hanulitv and
conliilciit parlj in full po--i'--ioii ol the
"overuinciit, and tlireatcnim.' it win if
iK'Kiiti'd. tin: trne iioliey of the Iti'inibll
cati a a bold declaration ol their nriu-
ciples and an appeal to tin national con
seicuce and voura.'!1. The time for triin-
inin? and limitation had pas-eil. W hen
Hie Committee on l.'e-olutlons reported
the platform, -Mr. tMillii!r. of Ohio.
moved an aniendinent rc-astertliiL' tli
"."ell evident" truths of the Dci'laration
ot Indeiiendenie. Mr. Cartter. of Ohio.
"tremiou-lyoliji't'tcd thai the convention
nn-'iit a- well re-asM-rt the Ten 'Join
miimliiioiits. . Mother ireiitlciiKiii joined
in oppoition, ami no one Mi-i.,ii,i,,r
tin1 nuieuiliueui, nroo.ioiy u-ariiiy:
that any iHcciu-iou ot tho platform
or change In It mii:lit lead
to itni'xpeeted and nndi'-iriible result-:.
Mr. A'limun, the Vn-Mdcnt. 'iiai;r-
ly j 1 1 1 the (ini-tlon, .'iml wlthcwdcut .iat
i "I'iii-t ion declared I he amendment lo-t.
Mr. (ilddin',r-and It!" (riend.s theretinon
ro-e to withdraw from the Convention.
As tliev pa. ed the seats of tlie .Vew
York ili'leatiiii, one of it- inembei-.s,
M'cinjf in llieir departure tlie retirenient
of the stron-.', ti.'jrri"-ie, autl-shivery
eleiueni.wliieliwafiudlspens.ihle in tin
imiH'iidin' eontct a really the soul of
die Kepiibllctiu party, and feeling that
mitliln could more fatally dieour.i''e
timt imrty ami all br.tve ",on ol Lib
erty" in the l.'nion than tin; Knowledge
tliat I he Convention had been afraid in
that national exigency to repeat tlie
words ol tho Declaration ns it- political
creed, and hml actually rejected them
when ollcrcd, .-topped Mr. G'lddiii'.'s and
be'.'L'cd him to remain, as he would oiler
Mih-tantiaUy the .-aine aincudment.
.eudin,r word to the cliairthat liewl-h-tsl
to he recognized a- soon as poible,
the incinber rose, and Mr. A.-I11111111. not
-iispectiny that anything would proeced
Iroiu the -Vew York-delef-ation that could
dl-turb the Convention. Initnediately
cfitvi! the -New Yorker tho lloor, and he
renewed Mr. liiddliiH;."' amendment,
merely changing h- form so iii to luelitde
the opi'iiinj.' words ol the Declaration.
Instantly there wa an uproar, and the
point ol order was vocilerottsly nmde
that the Convention had just virtually
passed iinon the same ameiidment. Mr.
APhinun. eaijerly as before, ami witli an
air of Irritation that the trouble should
have been renewed, decided the point to
bo well taken, and passed peremptorily
to the next business. During the rend
in; ol tlie. platform and the debate upon
the aincnilnient of Mr. Oiddinirs, the
member from New York haiLibserved at
tlie end of tho .seat opposite msown upon
the aisle, and Iiut a lew feet from him, 11
"tiit'dy sandy-haired man. who .-at care
lessly r-whij'iiu; one and foot over the
arm 01 tho seat, anil Mpiiriing touacco
Juice upon the lloor, apparently
'ludlllcrent to cverythlii'' that took
place, ltut as Mr. Ashiiuiu peremptorily
ruled, the sandy-haired man, by a sudden
(.nrliiL'. ral"fd himself erect 1111011 111- feet.
otaiidiu-' 011 the seat, and Willi a voice
that comniaudid the Chair so that be In
stluctlvely tiu neil and could not help re-
eoj.'iii.iiij' ine speaKcr, oxciauueii,
".Mr. ric.-hlcnt. .Mr. Asliuiuu re
sponded, "The entleuiau from -Mis.
tourl. "I rise to a point of or.
tier." "1 be gentleman will slalo
it." ".My point Is that tho amendment
ol the gentleman from Ohio was to one
clau-e ol the resolution?, and that ol
the irentlcniiui Iront New ork to mi.
other, and that Iho question, tberefoie,
lma not been dcclilcil tii-thnCoiiveiillnn."
'fills point wm indisputable. Mr. Ash
1111111 saw II. ami said coldly. "Tlui ircn
tlcnians point is well taken, and the
gentleman from New York has tliu lloor."
Tim amendment was renewed, a few
words were said hi support of It, and tlie
Convention, now iindei.standlng Iho fitu
atlon, revers-cd Its previous vote, and
with enthusiastic unanimity adopted tliu
amendment, wlillu Mr. ("Shillings and his
Iiieuds resumed their feats hi the Con
vention. The sturdy sandy-haired delegate was
"Trank Ulair," anil it was he who thus
-aved to the llepulilli-aii platform of ISOU
tliu consecrating phrases of the Deelara
tlon,and to hearty co-bperatloii with tiio
Kepiibllean parly the, original anti-slavery
R'litimeut.
Moili'i'ii Iiii-,iroveiiients.
iNcw Ynric llernlil.l
The Kceley motor, whose Inventor pro
posts presently to draw a train ol ears
from New York to Philadelphia without
lire or steam mid with the help oniy ot a
small bucket of water, promises now to
bo oiitdono by the .Sehrocder air ship,
whoso Inventor will bo ready In a lew
weeks to carry twclvo thousand pounds
of mall matter through the air from New
Yoik to Liverpool. Meantime, we hear
of a new elect rie engine which M toniunp
water and move machinery at a ridicu
lously low co-t and with no more atten
tion ' than h required to Mick
In a new piece of zinc occa
sionally or llll the battery cups with
water as tins evaporates. A Frenchman
lias peifeeted, It Is aid, a new lamp,
whom Maine, as brilliant as that or the
electrlu light, is produced bytlieeeonotnl
eal combustion' of nitric oxide gas with
the vapor of bl-suipnnio 01 carbon. A
well known New Yorker has recently
perfected an egg-hutching machine, hi
which the temperature Is controlled and
regulated by electricity. It Is already
po"lble to send several lnevages at the
same time over the unc wire, ami, 111-
leed. to send incssatrcs both ways at the
same time; and there are electricians who
nciieve that sun more remaiKame uses 01
the electric fluid will prceutly be discov
ered. If this kind ol tlilnir Is to jro 011,11 new
pang will be added to death; for no rea
sonably intelligent person will wish to
leave this world Just as tliu means of lo
comotion and for the traiisniljsion of in-
telli'.'eiiee. n well as the conveniences
and comforts ot life, are to be no greatly
ami remaiKaniy increased, nut wneu
the .Schroeder air ship takes good llos
tonians to I'aiis In six hour" ami the
Keely motor iiroiHs ordinary freight
trains at the rate of one hundred and
twenty miles an hour; when u single tel
egraph wire can be used by a dozen or
twenty ticoplo at once ; when the oxygen
light drives even petroleum out of uso
and ruin- the gas companies ; when every
man may hatch Ids own chickens with
tlie belli of electricity, and perhap- cook
them by the aid of condensed sun's rays,
what will be left for the Grangers to ilo'r
One uf Lini'iiluS Slorles,
In his siictcli at Mr. Itcccber's hoti'e
at lVeksklll on Monday night, the
lieu. Ciiatiucy M. Depew was Impelled
by an allusion to the irreat tunottnt.of tes
timony and the little evidence taken hi
tlie six month1 trial of the Tllton suit.
to tell an anecdote of the late I'resldent
Lincoln which we do not remember to
have seen hi print. Mr. Depew prefaced
11 uy saymir mat wneu. as -eeretary 01
the state of NeiV York, he visited Wa-li-lu''tonln
Hil to look alter the army
vote, ho had ocea-Ion freiiuently to icier
matters directly to Mr. Lincoln, who one
day was reminded of a story which he
declared was one of the only two anee
dotes original with him. notwithstanding
his reputation lor Uory-tclling. "I only
ntinlv the irood storio others tell me.
the l're-ident said. Tlie story which
lieth"renpon jiroccede I to tell Mr. DeiieW
wa 10 me cocci inai maiiv vears oeuire,
when iiracticing in Illinois he had aj-
tieareit lor ine iieienuant in a case. 01 as.
-aultand battery, hi which the complain
ant did not -eem tobe veryinuch Injured
although he Had is-en throii'-h a long se
rif - of brawls. In the course of plain
tin a examination .Mr. Lincoln a-icii
"How much ground did you light over'?'
-uoiii -i acres, was tnc re niv
"Don't you think." a-ked Mr. Lincoln
.;,!!!'.,.!,,:,L wuimi aliiii-rhty small cron of
ii'in 1 .1 so ii,,., jr,u,uiy All(i ,),,,
iu.ii ui 1.. 1.1111.-1 n nu n i.iitnweil -inil 11
which the voice of Mr. ii.V"1'! 4'!J
uearu iiuovu mime others. .Mr. l..,..
suggested that it was n-wii.-s t0 u;nU
the application to -uch a 'ink-Mr aiiprc
eiallve audience.
.Not Unit 11 I .
IVIcUsburi? HcraM.l
A erv intelligent old darkey was met
by tin ante-bellum friend the other day
for the tlrst time since the war. and the
old man'- delight at seeing one of .Miia':
tickler friend" in old times was 1111
bounded. After a hearty hand shaking
and a protracted laugh peculiar to tin
souinern uarKcy. ine ireniieuiau aeKeu:
"Well, Tncle .loe. how fire you uctthiir
nionir 111 ine worm :
"feorter slow, -Marse . Keen had
rlieumatl. right smart lately, anil things
ain't gone 'zactly right no how," replied
the uarKey.
"A gnat many change- have taken
place since I last saw you, Uncle .loe.
Death has taken your old master away.
the family are scattered about the four
quarters of the globe, the farm Is divided
up ami siranger.s occupy the 0111 nouse
It makes one leel right sad, Lncle.Ioe, to
think of the changes that havo been
wrought by old lather Time."
"Yaas,' replied Tnclo .loo. "You
Mncniber when I was a slave I worked
hard at odd limes, and made money 'null'
to buy myself. I paid old masa $1000
lor my ireeiioui.
i'.'; Slllll Mr ill rnmiimliAr Ir
"Wish I liad dai money now," mused
ine oiu uaiM-v.
'Well yes," replied .Mr. , "It would
be quite a fortune for voti."
'Lot" o' fortune Par," said the old man
mournfully, "and every time 1 think
about it I kinder rue de bargain. Nigger
was wulf a thousand dollars then, but
now lie ain't wull a d . Mighty
change hi dis world niassii."
A Test 'ir I'.ifKs.
Among tlie minor Iroubles of city life
is the dillleulty of procuring a regular
.supply of fri'"h eggs. When we cannot
remove our woes, tin; next best thing Is
to try to understand them. .So we de
vote tills paragraph to what will Interest
all out of heating of the cheerful sounds
of the barnyard. An egg is generally
called fresh when it la.s been laid only
one or two days in summer, and two to
six days in winter. Tim shell being
porous, the water in the Interior evapo
rates, and leaves a cavity of greater or
less extent. The yollc ol tliu egg sinks,
too, as may bo ea-ily seen bv holding It
toward a candle or tho .uif; and when
shaken, a slight shock Is felt If the egg
Is not fresh. To determine the precise
age of eggs, dissolve about four ounces
ol common salt hi a quart of nine water,
mid then iiiiinof-i tho egg. If It Is one
day old, It will ile.-ceni! to tho bottom of
the vesH'l; but it three days old It will
lloat In the liquid. If more than live
days old, 11 will como to thu (surface, ami
project above hi proportion to Its In
creased age.
mini Old Letter.
l'or many reasons It Is better to burn
letters of alleellou than to hoard them hi
this most uncertain world. Hum, If you
would not have the deepest secrets ot
your soul made the sport o attorneys!
'lliirn, If you would not havo your friend
I pained by an even accidental disclosure
of kindness! Hum, It you would have
your costliest secrets eonthuiu iiudlvulg
ed ! Hum for votir own snko and for tlie
sake ol others! Give trembling- hopes
ami gentle, assurances, tho llrst faltering
promise, the last wiicomo asseveration,
thu golden and Ml very sentences, tho rec
ord of dreams and of doubts, tho lines
traced when all was benighted glvo the
sweet mid lilttcl' and 1110
and I no uitler-swect,
I eariiestness and playiuiiness. iieep appeal
and tihlal Je.'t all to tho friendly tlrel
F. M. STOGXSFXdBTH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines and Liquors.
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a full stock of
K.oxxtu.ols.y Bourtoon,
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
IMIYSK'IANN.
0 II LEACH, M D.,
HOM(EOPATHIST.
Dr. Uui'hlini h.ut u Urxc 'Nnorit-nri.' In the
linivtlreor Jlnltrlnennit Surtcvry r.infliil lit
Utition mlit tn tlie lliiinii'(ii:illitc tn-atftii'iit of
Surgical iIUi.tik, anil ilUra-nw nf wntiirn ami
clillilrcn.
JTt'Ui i.iik Cormr 1 0111111
Nlnlli ctrci't
I.il Ariiitii- uml
ll.M-tr
W1
LLIAM It. SMITH, Tit. D.
UKSIDKNCK; No 21 Tlilrtwnlli Uritt, Ix-
Iwh'ii WoshlnKtnn ruciiuunml Walnut atnit.
OKK1CK-. North sl'k- nf Kluhlh etrn t he
tHirn Commercial uml WiuhhiKlun avenue.
o.
W. DUNNING, M. D.
UKSIDKNCK: Corner Ninth ami Wulnut
ltrveM.
OKFIOK: Comer M&tli strut anit Ohio t:i.
OI'KKJK HOUKS. KrumCa 111. l-'in , 1111.I
from '-' to S p in.
I.AWYK.ItN.
J
OHN U.MTJUCEY,
Attorney at Iiiiu.
CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
OFKIC1-: Kiclitli Strict, between CoinmiT
clu! and WusMinston inrnuid.
gAMUEL P.
WHEELER,
Attorney at Lutv.
OKr'lCK: Ohio Lpvi, over room fornierly
orcupleil hy First National llmik,
CAIItO. ILLINOIS.
QREEN
& OILBEHT,
Atiovnvytt and ConiiNclorM
lit IjUW.
OFFICKi OI1I0 Ix'vee, moms 7 uml S
City Niilloiml Hank,
William 11 r.ntn. )
iV,1,111'" . UlllH-rt, CAIItO ILLINOIS.
MUm Frcl'k lUlU-it S
CSWUl Httriitloit Khen to Ailiulinlty ami
StKitnloathu.lnesi.
nr.vi. kstati: Aticvr.
JOHN Q. HARM AN & CO
Real Estate
AND
COLLECTORS,
.0NVEYANCEK8, NOTARIES PUBLIC
AND
Land Apents of the Illinois Central and
, aurllugton ana Uutncy R. It.
Comuonlei,
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Ziavee,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
I. O. LYNCH.
M. J. HOWLtV.
LYNCH & H0WLEY,
House Agents,
ollectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE-At tho Court House
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
(FASHIONABLE MILLINER,
West side Commercial Avenue, betwoon
Eluhtli and Ninth atroats,
(Next door to J , llurpir'A dry good Hloie.)
A full ltut'iif tlie latent ami most liislilomilile
Btyles of
HATS AND BONNETS
always on hand. Al-oevuvy variety of
Ribbona Lacos and Trimmings,
from the cliiMpent to tlio .most costly, hulle
will Unit liny anil eeryllihiK In liei-olnli-torn
complete street , hall or i.nty mitllt.
I'lleert to eomiute Willi liny lu tliu est.
rj-Also agent for tlie Home Sewing Machine,
.j-5-iti-ir
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
Wiloox'a Block,
Comer Poplar and Eleventh Streets.
&HiguoBt Cash Prioo paid for
Hogs ana Cuttlo.
NO. 194.
BOBBINS'
6 BAM
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.
CAIRO ILL
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
PIANOS
Of World wido Reputation.
AckiiowliilRil liy nil u'ooil Miilciani to Ik; the
ucsi i-iiiuo now inane.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wo have sold over -100 during
twelve years pasi, neconunj,' more anil more
popular every uay.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
Splendid tone, Power and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very lino instrument, adapted to Inttni
mental as well an vocal miii-l':.
ALL TIIK AllOVK AltK OFFKKKII ON
Kasy .Monthly Payments, at loir ibnrcs
rearnicss ni i.isi iticcs.
HEET MUSJC
In grcit variety, including all the new
and popular niil.lc nf the dav.
(inters from the Country'
promptly tilted and sent
by mall.
VtQUKS guItirs banjos
AWOKDEOiSS, aATOTO
FLUTESWn,nc
P COLOS.
TAMBORINES
FHKNCII IIAItrs, KTC, KTC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Kurr.lsbed to Order.
8TRI1H.F0B VIOLINS, OUITAE8, ETC.
Of the Best Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all untiles for Piano or Voice.
ESTKvery dei'rItfon of Musical Mer
chandise furnished to order, promptly and
at prices lower than ever offered before.
JiKNCY ALSO OK
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Scud for Illustrated Catalogue mid Trice
l.Ut of these beautiful grotipes.
All Ooodi Warranted ai Beprsiinted.
Address,
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo, Illinois.
' . -it . -
VAIUKTY NTOIti:.
New-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Close.
Oonior 10th St. and Oommerchtl Av
CAIKO. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. FATIER & CO.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
-AJIP
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Between Washington ind OomuercUl
Avenuea, adjolninir Uanny'a.
T7"KKI'S for sale tlie lt Ileef, 1'erk, Mutton
J.. veul, iJinin, r-aiiwiH. o.. anu pre
pared to nerve niiiifllen hi an aeceiilulile niannrr
m&smi
R. W. MIIXEJl,
rOHWARDIHO
ASO
Commission Merchant,
Anililrnler In
FLOUR, MEALOBAIN
HAY,
orrigK!
M Ollldl.KVCK.
Ks-ir.
( CAIIIO, II.I.INOI1
C. CLOSE,
Gtncral
Commission Merchant
ASt) DCALKIt I.N
LIME, OEMEWT, FLASTEB,
HAIB, dec,
Udop Cltj HatlontJ Bak.
I WILL Mil in mr-loail lol. tU maai fcturri
irlca, uMlng Frrliclit
JOHN B. PHIULIS
AND SON,
(Suror to ,tnhn R. l'hlllli)
FOBWAUDIKQ
Commission Merchants
Ami Dealer In
HAY, CORN, OAT8, FLOUR,
MEAL, BKAX, tc.
Agantifor LAFLIN "kBAJID P8WDEE CO
ZCoraar Taatk Streat aad Ohio
Leva.
7. U Mathuss.
E. 0.
MATHUSS 6c UHL,
FORWARDING
Ami General
Commission Merchants
Dralera In
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
04 Olxio Xiotroo.
P. OUHL,
i:chnlvi-
Flour Merchant
Millers' Agent.
No So Ohio Un;
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
n;-tf.
K, .1. Ayn.
S. D. Ayrei.
AYRES ic CO.
And general
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
l.t kT. rAUKKU
II. II. I UNNISUHAX.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
tliiecessort to Miller A Vaiker,)
FORWARD Q
AND
Commission Merchants
And Dealers In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
ETC.
otricc :
01 OIIIOLKVKC.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
O-We have leannl llic Large Yellow Ware
huue, nlorage rapacity 3,noi) ion, which f iT,
U3 ample fucllltlea loratoriugaii.tiUljijilDg
I.XHUHANCE.
C. N. HUGHES,
General
Insurance Agent
OFFICE:
XO XiS-VJDXI.
Over Vatlnui UU'f .
NONK but
Belli wl.
Flrit-CUai Cooipaultt repre
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 18S8.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
Geuerul
Insurance Agents,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City WaUoaal Btak luilding, up-itairi.
The Oldtat Eatabltahad Avonoy la Bout
em llUnoia, rapraaantln mvnt
165 000 000.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealer in
LTJMBSR,
All kind, hanl and tofl,)
FLrOOmiNO, SEDXMO, LATH, o
Mill am Tmt4,
3ornr Thirty-Paurtk ItrMt ad
OhiO ITM.

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