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W. L. BRISTOL,
FAMILY
ROGER
KeopH ovorythlng pqrtaining to
ho line of Staplo unci Fancy Oro-
eB, wooaonwuru, vcgotubtuH,
its, &e, &c.
7 7 -J tY.
Try My Now Stylo Mixed
TEA,
Hfl'crcnt Combination Prom any
hit taker Hams
WISCONSIN BUTTER,
r Hwcst a:d Rich
Antral Hop Yeast
IAxuIn Tin Summer,
i .NEW STYLE
AMP CHIMNEYS,
SEE THEM
!o.32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
o.u..
oal Coal
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
tT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
EYTONA CAN N EL
COAL!
Ordors for Coal by tho ear-load,
i t i,. r .. .
QH, or in aoKauuuun, iur miipiiuuiii,
rompiiv aiionuca 10.
'manufacturers, wo ara prepared
-to mipply any quantity, by tho
V month or year, at uniform ratos.
1 ntiun ntpv rn . T rnvviuv
-Ilalllilay Urn 'it nllW-e, No 70 Ohio l.twi
"lUirulav Hro ' Mtmrflio.it
tl-At KKTiitiau Mills, or
tTM Uie Coul lunii, foot of Thirty-UIi;lit
EJ-l'ott Ollleo Drawer. ).
VALENTINE RESCH,
GROCER.
IIClllT III
lutter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Game and all kinds of frosh
Fruit and Vogotablos.
Sighth Street, Carro. Ill
rj-Onlrrs f.ir MeuMlin-.it pioinplly illliilul
ny lioiir,uy or nlslit. i-i.i-ii
HUSH
CHICAGO.
IThirty-Third Annual Sossion
Begins Sept. 29th.
RKov Circulars AiMivsa
Tir. TluT.n.lila Hjrillnr OQft WnlvnuVt A va
pouicairo.
3-:--lll-lMVIW.
Tho Prlvata Pratorlvtiou Book,
B, lor. cna.HUIliit.il 'i"cur loruniun
lo M Haxual Dl.ouca, a.iMiih,
liruii.hllt., e.utrbt Ciaiuriiilicu, I'llr.,
FliluU, Yirl.xn-il., Ilfdranl., HrMu.
lull,, nBbd .U1 PIUl 1'lM-K.f., 1.11
.r Coniiri.lQt, Krmtl. W.ftkiir,., KI4n.jr
liliiM-i, Hcmlnal and Ncrvou. 1)0'
ulluy and fexh.ii.tlon. Ininrjten-
k oy, i.im. Hinciur. .ul .11 iiiH.iri.'
l"t"i oc..e. u4 Imprudent
U4blt. in, llutf. Iwcnty .nl liv.UU
CARRIAGE 6U IDE :,;' r
!.! 4lnM. " uu llr,Prl.ni, .urn.-
ttTO.r..7..u.T.; ;.i. ui rf,i.M;iii.M'.K
i.lt..ljfiin4 III nontW wnr. tl.11.4 4ii
!i.ltUt J5c.DK. 41rW
i THE AMERICAN REMEDY CO.,
edioal Mm,
V
ijjjBuH
-.
ill
VOL. 7. '
jLiutK nr.Ai.:its.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WhoI'Mle mid lit lull l)oi1rs in
Foreifju and Domostio
W J.MIH OF Alifj KIIVIIN.
No. 00 Ohio Lovoc,
CAIHO, ILLS.
MKSSIlf" SMVill A CO. have lonstintly
iHTtrf Mm-k nf Hi' l-t K'ki-I" in II"1 nmr
Vet, nml i'iipi:uil ittti-ntloii In I lie uliulroiln
raiii'h of llii- Ilium.
in:,
The Undoi'signed Having Given
up the
CITY TRADE,
Is now Propnrod to Furnish Ico
by the '
CAB. LOAD,
At prices that will Coniparo Fav
orably with any Dealer. He
will now Dovoto his atten
tion Entirely to his
WHOLESALE TRADE.
JOHN SPROAT.
IIOTKI.H.
Grand Central
HOTEL,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Ooi'uor 3GiKltli Stroot,
WM. WKTZKL. Pionrlutor.
A I HIWI'V wati-li lr.t iil.-lit tinl iNy for
j V luln, hii'I sli jiiilfiuli
Tl.r Ut of mrriiiliUlluli, fur Intinlmt
j-iunt at 'I n l.illur it Ijiy s-i-tr .
w uoi.i.ha 1.1: ;iim'i:hn.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-Ami
Commission Merchants
AOKNTS AMEHICAN 1'OWDUK CO.
57 Ohio Lovoo.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
I l ul r In
BOAT STORES,!
Commission Merchant,
No. 10 OHIO LEVEE.
SPKUALtitU-ntinn kIwmi toroiil(?iinii nt3 anil
lllllni: unlrrn
I'AINT A Nit OILS.
B. F. PARKER,
I)i.ilir In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Popor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades,
Ahviiys on liHiul,atlic cclclinitiT llluiiiliiatlui;
AUItOltA OIL.
Brona' HulldiiiK,
Oornar Eloveutli Street and WaahliiK
ton Avenue
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
or. o. iixtuxjjs,
PKOPKIETOR.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
'Jullettn Butldtnn, Corner Twelfth Stroot
and Waahinjttou Avonuo,
Onlro, Zllixi.oisi.
X3-L'oiintvnii'l ltallrn.nl Wnik hiutIhIIV.
MADISON HOUSE
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
t'enl rally liurattnl, Elegantly Furnislifd,
('IIAIIUIW MUIIKRATt:.
The Oommercial Hotel of tho City.
OCftco, 33u.llotl.rk 33u.ilAJ.rir, Csmor Twolftlx Otrcot ani "WaolvlrAcrts. Avonwo.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FKIDAY, AUGUST G, 1875.
ghc uUitin.
nvixi, vi.r m vi.xi.
-liO iH .1 . it l II'iIiIi-.kI'
I ! nw mliisy on litr timiti
II liloonidl to ilic she til toMoi.ni.
lltr -iirntiii r linlli not l
"he illiil. Tit I' Hot ttonill
Yi-rnwlirr Ji-wH all mini
Hut li'ril let lull n roiotii t
To crown lit r ramoiiKil l.i-nl.
hi'ilii-.!, i-tl nol ilrail'
! Iirr jriilnir towunl n kv
Whom; IIkIiI iih-lml from moilal i-tr
Shu ilngi'iiil, jHinml, nii'l llnl
In' illtil, J i t Ik not ilfu'l'
i htoiili I 'iitly wiit.-, on irolilrii itirt l,
In' u-nt Iur way with hlnliiK ri I.
lio yi-,uml thllln-r IkimII
IIiwkIoic'I iltoii.
THE JETTIES.
'I In Work I'roKrfokluir l"n oriilily.
TlM- WHllT ll'l'lM'lllllf - .1 I'H Hfl-
1 1 I Miirlnuiiiif iii ill llic .loulli.
Sit Ml'liiK'OO - -No III Ti'inpi'r.
(From Hit New Orli-3niTiinxi, Anmt i
Work upon tlic Ji'tlk'i N jirorrliio; n
favorilily in conlil li:ivt In vit iinticlpati'il,
ami tlif rinlli alrwuly olitaliiL'il nvlicnr
are ot tin- nio-t Miti.xf.ictor' cliarai'l:r.
Captain Iial, who win rernitly In Saw
York. Init wlio U. ot conr.i", t-orrrctly In
forini'il coiHfrnliij,' i'Vitv -tcj taken In
tliCKrcut witcrpii'i. i,lt N ?ald, tnore
'aiifruliH' ol it .-pi'wly coiiii!ctlon of tin
work tlian crr liuforc. On Ilic ea-tfrn
location pil'.s haw been drlvni aili-lalici-ol
.-cvriiiy-llVf IiiiikIi'ciI fw:t Irotn tin.'
fclinn,'. anil joined loi'llicr liy .'eantliti?.
The tline-lionornl tlicory that the hot loin
uoulil be I'mmil of a eharat'tiT to pre
clnile the po-ihllity of pile driving, or.
In other wonN, that heavy 'tleks of tliu
her would i-ink in the liottonilt"-- ilcith,
only to reappear inlle-i di-iant upon the
nrf.ite of the water, proves an utter fal
lacy. To determine the resl-tanei' of the
river-bed a n-eord of the blow- .truck
each pile ha; been earefully kept. Ex
perience deuioiiitrate' that It rcoulre- an
averaire of ninety blov. uilh a
V'JV
pound hammer to dric a pile
liom
twelve to lirwen feet, and till- U true ot
the entire len-.'th a lar a- driven.
In t-onie isi-ei two hundred and ten
blow, and very frerpicntly one hundred
and lltty. were "truck. This conelu-ively
proves the pri-.-ence of both clay anil
and upon the river bottom, t'pou'three
hundred and liftv lineal feet of willow
inatra- 'link aloii"; the pllc-i. there has
arcumulatiil Ironi eighteen 'o twenty
Tour lnebe: ol .ediment, and at the Mine
time water which, at the eomuienceiiient
of the work wa from live to ten feet, has
ileerM'tied from live to ten leet more, there
beinjr eleven leet where formcrlv there
were but live, and twenty leet where
there were twelve. I he manufacture ol
immense willow inatni'-e- proyn'c
upon the way where the material U
brought in liar''e.s. Alter con-trucllon
they are launched, drooped to the tiili
tilled with stone, and Mink. Work upon
Hie we-tern I'x-nllon. w lilcli it III eoni-
llli'lice durhi"; the i-urrent week, it N
tlmiiiJlit,-will proKiv- with even greater
rapnuiy man urn nr-i. . new imrtnlile
iiltiih". arranged to rim on an lion tram
way over the tops of the piles -is t.i-l as
they are driven, will facilitate matter-i
iuuneii-cly. I!y a ini-eliaulcal arrange
ment the engine will drive two piles at a
time while a eircular .'-aw attachment will
cut Ihem down to an even rrade, t litis
savin'' both time and labor. The new
ettlemeiit, which, as if by ma'ie, has
truiir into e.i-tence at the rlverV
month, will oonbciu to. w-uine the dig
nity of a town.
t in me western snore piles are iciii;r
Iriveii for an exlen-ive hotel, which I? to
lie immediately constructed lor the ae-
omiundatlon of the otlirersaudiucli vi-
Itorx as choo-e to drop In. From to-dav
it is proposed to sink willow tn:itrae-.
it the rate of lour hundred feet in twen
ty-four hour, to drive .-ix hundred
lineal liut ol illlur wiliilu I lie same .-pace
ol lime. This will inereaM' the ahead'
larre foreo ihn e hundred and sixty, it
Is grutlfyiiu; to know that since the work
eommeneeii not a ca-e ol SH kne.-s lia- oc-
curreil, and tbat coiiilantiy a- all have
been employed, there ha not been the
slightest exliibillnn of ill-temper. The
uplil deepening of the water in thc.South
l'as is indeed eneoura"iii'', and should
th" work pro'Tes-i at the rate the con
tractor.-, feel nuroil It iuti-t, our troubles
will ouifkly end. The bencllelal results
of it :hauncl which will admit vessels of
the largest tonnage, are too fully reali.cd
to rcipilre comment. Such an achieve
ment with this co-operation ot the West
must make ew Orleans Hie entrepot
ol the Mi-I-lppI alley, and piaee hard
times anion'' the evils that were.
Chinese I1 Islons ul Time.
Tlic l'liine;e divide the day into twelve
iii-fevi, or periods of two hours each,
which are willed uy the characters ol tin1
Vi-ciii. or terrestrial uiancnes iiiu-e
eharactcr are often spoken of : the
hor.irv character.-. 1 lm. 11 p. in., to 1
a, in., is the; 1 a. in., to !l a. in., is chou,
and so on. 1 hey lurther ui)Ulviiie the.-e
two-hour periods by means of thceharac
...... -i .-.. .... -i . .... i -i .i-f ... n ..
iei rmuti Ul tviuo illivi liriy. 4 nil", 11 it
III., is ealledciido tt:e or l;e chou (opeii
1.. ' j 1 ...1.1. . . .1....: 'ei...
111 o;fj, aim iiiiiiiniii 1? (asc ivice. xiit;
time from 7 p. m., to 3 p. in., is divided
into live watches Umg, In some parts
called clung) ol two hours each ; and u a
t hiuamau h iuikiiii; oi anyuuu'' mat
has happened between these hours,
he almost Invariably speaks of It as
bavin'' happened in .such and Mich a
watch. 'Iheso watches are announced
by the bealiii'' of a srniij; or drum, but
very commonly only a hollow bamboo
and stick 'ue iiscd. The last-named U an
instrument ny which in every t.hinc.e
town the nlj,'lit is rendered hideous, and
flecji next to impossible, on account ol
the din made by the numerous perambu
lating watenmen ui oiuer 10 snow tiueves
that they are on the alert. 1 he Chinese
have no "weeks," hut they divide their
moon Into three decades (fisiw), which
sue di.ithi.'iii."hcd Into htiwj, chumj, Imu,
(1. e., upper, middle ami lower), they
also prellx the character cioo (I, e., open-
hur) to cadi of the llr.t ten dayx ot the
moon. The charactcr.s reprcreutinjr the
twenty-eiht constclla'Ions are tfivcit
names to each dav of I ho year in l cirulat'
order, but they are not in common w-a In
the Kline way our names for the days of
tlin week. Tho Chinese appreciate lor
ein watches very much, and are especi
ally fond of looking at their works ; but,
lhoii,'li they aiu In some parts very sklll
liiliu Imitating many Kuropcau appll
anccy, wo do not think that they have
yet succeeded in inanul'acturln watches
ior Ihenelves, at any rate, not to any
extent ; anil during a roldence of several
years III various pans oi mo eoumry wn
never met with a slnalo specimen, thoiioh
wu have often found Chinamen quite ca
pable of rcpuli -liijr foreign watches. The
native methods of telling the time me (he
clepsydra. Incense slick and miii dial.
Uootl Worth,
lliililn .Miinnriicliiri' In 4'iiliruriiln
A 1 1 1 tot t "1 1 In it liii'Miiec. the raisin cron '
of C'alilornl.i Is elhnalcif to yield a prollt
to the Statu of Sr.00,000 annually. The
erop of la-il vear was reduced to 1.1,000
boxes, estliiialcd by unlavorahle weather
iliiilnjt the coming season, otherwise it Is -said
that It would have amounted toM),-
000 boxes. The-e were neatly all sun
cured. There has also been a small j
ipianlilv made by the Alden proee", fac
tories tor winch are locaicn in r'linuiiia,
vacavllle, S.tu l.oreno, ban .ioc ami
l.os Anircles. TliW ptocos, as applied.
to raNius, yX an experiment. 'I he lia-
vor of the grape Is said to Ii2 well pre-,
served, but the lustre Is not there, and
this prijudices the buyer agalii.t
them. It I- possible that this
may wear oil In lime, and a preference
be given to the Alden process. .Kuough
has liecn accomplished In the mutter of
uu-curc(i ramus in uanioriuu m annrii
rca'ouable ai-urani-e that the business
can b" conducted there on a large scale
and with prollt. The product has met
with comparatively ready saie. consiuer
lnglhe heavy stock ol '.Malaga ral-ln-',
and the -.Teat dcires. ion In price which
resulted therelroin. Notvlthtandlng
the iirlce of the Imported article ha been
very low tlie pa't vear, they have been
undersold by the California article
at a prollt of JtS'e per pound above the
co-t of the manufacture. This prices
have ranged at 10'l."o. There Is aald to
be no limit to the pos.ible extcn-ion of
tlii Industry, and great hopes are in
dulged in by Its people of competing
witli Ihiropcau countries in the produc
tion of raisins as well as ol wine. I.a-t
fall samples of thee raNius were for
warded to Chicago, New York and other
points, and very encouraging reports
were received from thc-c venture-. In
thi- cilv they were placed lde by lde
with tlie Malaga product, and the verdict
Is said to have been in favor of the Cali
fornia raMne, as being frolicr. of better
llavorand liner bloom. Ai Ywk Hull'
Ui,. All IN collide .lmli;e-l..'iM j crs Miolllil
nut lie Aisch.
(Krom the .oiirn r-liiiii'iiiil 1
.ludge t'nderwood. ot Itonie, to lour
young lawyer- who had just pacd an
examination In hi- court: "Young, gen
tlemen. I want to say a thing or two to
you. S'ott have passed a- good an ex
amination a- iiual, h rhaps better: but
you don't know anything. I.Ike tho-e
young fellow- Ju-t back from their grad
uation college, you think you know a
great deal. That Is a great "mi-take. If
you ever get to be of anv account, you
will lie Mirpti-eil at your present Igno
rance. Don't Ik- too big for your
breeches, (in round to the justice-'
court. Try to lcim nineihing. Don't
be afraid. S-t oil' upon a high key. You
will, no doubt, r-poak a great deal lion-.-en-e,
but you will have one consolation:
uob.xly will know It. The great ina-s nf
mankind take sound for sen-e. Xever
mind about your cae pitch in. You
are about as apt towiuaslo-e. Don't be
a-liamcd of the wi-c-Iooking ju-tlce. He
don't know a thing. He is a dead beat
on knowledge. Stand to your rack, fod
der or no (odder, and you will -eedav-
IlL'lit :il'ier a while. The eoiiiiiiiinltv
KooeniiK- nippo-es thai you will be ra-
i.lls. I llj-i-f als,,r. , a,r m,t
Ix'liiit tricky, I.awver-oiiL'ht in n.
tlenieti. .Some of them don't come no i..
the standard and are a di-"ia(e to the
fraternity, lhey know innie than any
other race, generally, and not much In
particular. They don't know imyUilng
about sand stones earbonlferou- pcrliM,
and ancient, land animals known a- fo-
Men that make out they know a
great deal on the-e subject-, don't know
much. Thev nr luunbugs -uperb hum-
bugs. Thcv are ancient, land animals
themselves, and will ultimately be fns
'lis. You are ili-tul i d with the 'Incerc
hope of the Court that von will not make
a--es ol vour-elves.
I'liiir Willi U lillinuii.
(Kruin IhfNeW Vnik (ini.lili-
Walt Whitman is reported ill and ludi
gent, and spending Ids l:stilaysat Cam
den, .v .1. lie has had a somen lint
checkered life, and of his productions
opinions are divided, though no one
uuetiniis their i''or. ori'dualilv and
courage. Kmcrsnu was one' of hi- earll-
e-t apiircciators. and Ids word uf general
couuiienilatloti sold an entile cilillou of
I he Leaves of irn.s." Tentivson,
Swinliourne and i:n--ettl have extolled
lilni, and the e.-tniiu-tcr l'eview
crowned mm as the representative poet
of ileinocracy. Still, all Americans be
lieving themselves cultivated critics de
clare his writings an unintelligible tissue
of jargon, and question his sanity. And
what I Mill more remarkable, is that his
works have as yet found no publi-her,
though they are In steady demand, and
some in uiciii can uoi ne procured at me
bookstores. He was obliged lo lie his
own publisher, or -lug his songs to him
self In a smothered, dumb way. This is
what it co-ts to be declilcdlv'origlnal In
America in the la.-t half of tlie nlucteeiilh
century.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionable Barbor
SOimtSIDK OF KKUITll STRUM
Butworn Wushlmfton anil Commorclal
Avenues.
A BOOK FORJHE MILLION;
Marriage .Ar!;:!.'.'::c'
IIIlH n Q mjwrki nl tetltioni ol
w ti,t M'itui Imm, W(ti, tin
Utf n ji.cavtrli lu it cifiic of WdiloD, CrrtL
TtiU li a UureiUn2 vork of to UnJrtl Qj
ruti, mlh tturacrou coirnTiLfi. cuctklui Ttlatlilt
lufjnakUoti far tho wbo nr tarrlej or tonuuplatv mr.
rii; iUU It li t-wit ai ouft.1 tu U iktn uo4r lck
ul Uy, til net left ctrrUnj Ut lb tout.
It eoutiiai ttt tiperl-ow tl Mcr inictQ
tioir rrjuution I orU wlV, ol tic till t la tUprl.
vt "lrcr urtrtry tnl ao4 Um9 turoDghoot tbt ttitlr
Slot), it tatnc4 otr;tLla oo tb vuUrct of il$ Knf.
tlT ijitra tbt U trth kaoviaj, &1 tuucb tbkt U uoi
tul'Uh4 lo af ottiir orl. M
)enl to or cn (fret tt poittcO "J "oti.
AlJrtu Dr. Htttti' UlicLr, UN.LljhiU lire
El. 1-ouii, It).
Notice lo tho Afflicted and Unfortunate.
Hcfcrt ippljln U the nnrloin fl'ii1 ho t4irrtl U
tublia pitri, or uluj u quei rftuJUi, m lr
Iiutti' woik, ti tukiur ttt (ur dlKw Iter Low dpWi
t't jfoureoolttlpa.
tr. liaiu oocupUi doubt ttoai ef twf nty-wrf a rooroi j
U iaJorwil bjr ivmi ot lb mol cUtrttM nirikti tvUt
tfrir iblt country 4 KurvM, nl n bt eonmiurd per,
onlir cr Lt mlt,on ttilUikMt mnuontJlu Ltiwork.
OtQr al i-trhri, 11 Sotih KitOi itri, UtwT
iuti it 11 4 fbwuut, t. Ixiutl. Ma-
tin
..of
Vi' ft CO. ltiinlwJtiflJnaleriijalltlifni
.ihJiftVrUiiigiir.lli Tin h lur.3 tlou..
-.fIlToiif.U i'3i by mull, will
er I'uvn.ui ri"' cifcuism lit,"
mm.
F. M. STOCKFLETH.
Importer and Wholesalo Dealer in
FOUEIGcKT VJSTID X02Vp3a?XO
Wines and Liquors
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koopn a fttll Btock of
K.ontuoltir Boui'bou,
Monongahela, Kye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
RHI1TE,
KELliV ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
I'll VNHI.V.VK.
EO n Li:ACIt, M D.,
HOM020PATHIST.
(j
l)r U-ni-li Im dint n breu cMn'ticnce in llw
liruclii t r.r .Miilli lne niul -iirtry. i;nvi.il ut-
li-lllion lMiit to tin- lloiiio-oi:illili' Irentlle ill of
urxliil ili-eiiM-.i-, iiiel ih-'iif's of woioi-n unit
..i.ii.i.... I
;t 1" 1 1 1( k Coinrr onmi ci-il Weiiiu- ami
Sinili itrti-t 1 1 - V -1 -1 r
LIAM n. SMITH, M. D.
KUSIDK.NCi:: Sli Jl 'I lilitcrnlli Mint,.e
lifitn Wiulilnxton avcniit-iiml Walnut slint
OKKICi:. North Mi- of Klshth Hurt In
ttttvn Coriiinerci.il noil WjiIiIiikIoii im-niii-
c.
W. DUKKINQ, M. D.
UKSIUKNCK- Ojrmr Mnlli ami Walnut
trii-H.
OKl'ICK! Corner alxlli mnvt ami Ohio lvi-.
OTFICi: HOI'ItS- rrumiiu.lii. Win., ami
ilom'.'toi p m.
l.A WVl'.llS.
JOHN II.
Alluriicy til I.tttv.
CAIUO, tI.I.I.NOl-5.
Ot'KICK KiKhtli Sttiil, lutwrcn Comiiipr
cllll Ullll WllrllillKtoll UM OtHlS.
HAMUEL I.
W1IEKLKK,
Attot'iicy at I.tnv.
OKKItK: Ohio l iv, over loom fotluirl)'
(H Jiiik4 by l'lrst Natiuiial IS.tnU .
CAII1U. ILLINOIS,
q.kekn & aii.ui-:iiv,
AHoi'llt'VM Ullll C'OIIIIM'IOI'M
111 lillH.
OKKICi:- lino (fei-, rooms 7 anil S
i tty .Null. in ul iLuil,,
Wllhuui II
w nil uu n
liu-i-n.
(.Ill.iit.
i. i::o ILLINOIS
Milw I rot'L li;Hil
Ol-i lal au. ntlon kImii to Ailnniully unit
IteallllxiHt lm-im-n.
itr., i. k.s r'ii: a(ii'.nt.
JOHN
Q. HAHMAN & CO,
Real Estate
COLLECTORS,
;ONVKYANC'KKS, NOTARIES TUBLIC
t.aml Anfiiita of tho Illlnola Cmtinl anil
uurlliiKton una Uulucy R. li.
Companlun,
North Cor. Sixth nml Ohio Lovno,
OAIIIO. JLLINOIS.
1.(1 I.VNCII.
, J, MOU I.KV.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
EUSAIj 13STATID
Houso Agents,
oHoctors and Conveyancers.
OFPICE-At tho Couit House.
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,!
IFASHIONABLE illLLINEP,,
West aide Commercial Avonuo. botwoon
Elk'Uth ami Ninth utrcots.
t.Vi-t ilonr to -I llurjji-r'n 'try pioil-i iliiii-.l
A full linn of tin- lull ol ami nio-t lasliinniilili-HtyU-
ol
HATS AND BONNETS
ahviiyii on liaml. Also i-vurv Mirii ly of
Ribbons Laces nnd Trimmings,
from lln- i-lu-.nicl lo tin- iiin-t coMly l-iill"!
will ilml any nml i-Miylhlui; In liirftoie fm a
until. li. islim I. I 111) 1 111- lillllV Ollt Ut.
l'lli-es lo i-ompi li- whli any In lln- H 'L
53-Al.o iiKi-ol for tin-1 loii.c Si-wliiK Mm liinc.
n::il-5-l'.P.f
HOWIE BROTHERS, r
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
I Wilcox's 33 loo Is.,
Corner Toplar unit Eleventh HtroeU.
! eaf-nighost Ciislt Prioo paid for
Hofiu and Cattlo.
NO. 105.
BOBBINS'
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO ILL
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OP
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
PIA3NTOS
Of World wido Reputation.
AcLnnnliU-Hl hy nil uooil .Mu.li-luu. to U tlir
In ft I'iniio now iiuilc.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
01 wlili-li we li:io nil;', over KM) tli'rmj;
iwt-ie jc;ir i:i-t, nccunnti nioro aim inon
ioiiitur every Jay.
'iS AMERICAN ORtiAN.
Silor,iliil tone. I'nwor anil Dnralillity.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A Very lint- Initniment, adaptcil to Instrn
ni'iit.il a well m vocal inti-lc.
A LI. TIIK AIIOVi: AltlJ UFKKimil O.N
JX. K.iy .Monthly l'ayniciit.-i, at lowtlgtlrt-s
regaroic-j ni rnt-ci.
SHEEflMUSIC
In jrrcit vnrluty, inrlnilln all Hie new
anil popular miifelu ot tlm ilay.
iirilcrs from the Coiiniry"
promptly lllli-il anil cnt
hy mall.
JIQLIHS GUITRRS BRNJOS
FLUTES,
PICOLOS,
TAfKIBORINES
KIIKNCll HA1MVS, KTC, KTC.
Baud Instruments of all Kinds
Kini'.l-Ui-il to Orilcr.
STW1N0S FOU VIOLINS, OUITAKS, ETC
Ul tlm Ileal (.hlality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
III' allL'i-.i'lci for I'laiio or Voice.
inTKvcry ilt-M-rlplIon of .MnK-ul .Mcr
eti.'inillM! fnrnl.liuil lo oiiler. promplly ami
at jirlcc-i lower tliati ever oilercil liefuio
fi:.SI. V AU0 OK
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
.Semi fur lllii'trateil (.,'.ilaloj:tio anil I'rli-c
l.lttof tlie.-e bountiful groupe.
All Goods Warranted at Reproa&ated.
AihlrefM,
BOBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo, Illinois.
VAIlll'.TV stoiu:.
(STew-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Close.
Uonmr 10th St. anil Commorctul Av
CAUtO. ILLINOIS.
! C. 0. PATIER & CO.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
i
ANU
i Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Uutwtteu Wuahlnictoo and Commercial
Avenuea, nctjolniuif Hiwny'ii.
riKKI'S for mU IIk- In-st llii'f, I'uik, Multon
IV 1 .....1. jtA anil I. t.M.
1 - .nil, I.MIIIir, Mitcufi., .,
iniil to nerve I'miillliajn tin ufitplalili- nunner
BAZAR
muoiu
M
COMMIMIOM MfcRCJIAXT.
R. W. MILLER, '
PORWARDINO
AID
Commission Merchant,
Amlilmler In
PLOUH, MEALGRAIN HAY,
oiTirr:
AS niiif) i.kn r.n.
o-s-tr.
i;aii:o, Illinois
O. CLOSE,
Gnfnl
Commission Merchant
AND tlEALKII IS
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
HAIR, &(.,
Under City Natlout.1 ltnk.
IWII.I.m II Iii rur-loail lop at l.i.u, fjrlurrrj
iriica, mliliny 'nli:ht
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AMD SON,
IBiimt.ori to .lolin II I'hillh)
PORWAKDIHa
AJIIl
Commission Merchants
Ami Ilr.iUn In
nAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, tc.
Agestt for
LAFLIN It RAND POWDER CO
Corner
Tenth
Street and Ohio
IlUVOO.
. I) Mallinni.
K.;
MATHUSS 6c UHL,
FORWARDING
Alnt (it-tieral
Commission Merchants
Di:iUr In
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
CJ-X OIilo Ijovoo,
P. CUHL,
- i:iln.ite-
Flour Merchant
Millers' Agent.
N'o H) Oliio Ulit,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
7ii:-if.
E J. Ayrm.
a. li. Aym.
AYRES 6c CO.,
FLOUR
Ami (Ttntrdl
Commission Merchants
No. 7B
OHIO LEVEE.
UrA-t. I'.MtKMl
II II. I'l'.NKINdllAU,
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(iiii-i't-j'8ora to.MIUir & l'mUr,)
FORWARD G
AND
Commission Merchants
Ami Di-.'iUrs In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
ETC.
OlamouVu. I'AIKO, ILLINOIS.
3-Vi-liiue leu-nil llii- 1.,-irjfe Vrllow Ware
liuii-e, ilomiff eapiicity a,mi ioih, which gives
iHiiniph- f.allllii'1 fornloilnir anil (hipping-
--tf
ixsiiiiAxti:.
C. N. HUGHES,
(3-n-rul
Insurance Agent
OFFICE:
OHIO XX2X7'3!lX3.
Ovr Matbuji Vhl'i.
NONE Imt
et-uli'il.
Flrt-Cla.s Coiupunlet reprf
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1858.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
CiVncrul
Insurance Agents,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, up-iUirt.
Tho Oldoat Eatubltahed Airenoy In South
era uunoia, ropreaenunir ovir
165 000 000.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Druter in
LUMBER,
All kind hard and loft,)
FLOORING, BIDING, LATH, &o
Mill Hi Yr4,
Corner Thirty-yourtk Sttoot nod
Ohio LtTM,
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