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W. L. BRISTOL,
FAMILY
GROCER
Rcops ovorythlng portalning to
tho lino of Staplo and Fanoy Oro-
series, Woodonwaro, Vogotablcs,
ETU11B, SB', OtC.
Try
My New Stylo Mixed
TEA.
Different Combination From any
xiuioro u n urea in lao marKOt,
and of Excellent Flavor.
WhittakerHams
WISCONSIN BUTTER,
Sweet asd Rich
Central Hop Yeast
Again This Summer.
.NEW STYLE
LAMP CHIMNEYS,
SEE THEM
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ITL.
Goal Coal,
r-Tiiimri I If I 11 ITT
PARADISE,
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
AND
PEYTONA OANNEL
COAL!
Orders for Coal bv tho car-load.
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipmont,
promptly attended to.
&To largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo are prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or yoar, at uniform rates.
CAIBO CITY COAL COMPANY.
CJ-llallMay llro 'aonlce, No 70 Ohio Leee,
t-llttiriduy llro 'a whurf bout.
rj-At r.imuian aiun, or
Q-At the Coal Dump, foot of XliUty
'jvet
CJ-lot Office Drawer. SfiO.
KIkM
VALENTINE RESOH,
GROCER.
Healer lu
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Game and all Kinds or tresn
Fruit and Vegetables.
Eighth Street, Carro. Ill
It-Orders for SUnniboats lirotntitly tilled at
any hour, day or nluht. T-l.'Mr
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
EIGHTH STREET.
a0Highest Cash Frieo paid for
Jiogs and Cattlo.
A Book for the People.
VUT310LOOY ) A UgUlmate medical o!t of tM
OK I , e lluuble coluiiiu imgtM lijyio flue
Jf ABBIAOE.
U. ) "oral aiul It kA rcla tioix uf Ilia him,
Horn, tht Mytleriet or uovroductlou, to. a it.iiJ.nl
uirriigo, H.UuIlcniHtd MulllHc-
uuiniTu" inw-i "iio urinary anauen
BraTOrfaaaoflhMi.,lHclu1ii, .11 iu,in,urrrt
Tata, Venciealtnd Chronia OUeaictur builiSciM, ihc
td.cli cf Early Abuaca 011 tin ttiuil .y ,tcm n.a il.a Jin.
auack advittlKintnl
Mjalnl fit ilimn
Alio a imaU Medloal Trcatliu uulki
atondlM.m.forntl.Wcl Atldrcu,
THE MGDIOAIi BUEOIOALINSTITUTE,
VjdXL. 7.
m rem dealer
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholnale ami rtetall Dealer l
.Foreign and Domsstio
LIQUORS
WINKM OF AMi !,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MKSSIf, f MYTH ft CO. hara ronMamiy
larire Mock or Die beat Kxl" In Uw mar
ket, arvl lt c-clal attention to Die ttholeaal.
rancn m ine nuAiiieaa,
hi:.
Tho Undersigned Having Given
up tho
CITY TRADE,
Is now Prepared to Furnish Ico
oy tno
CAB. LOAD,
At prices that will Comparo Fav
orably with any Dealer. Ho
will now Dcvoto his atten
tion Entirely to his
WHOLESALE TRADE.
JOHN SPBOAT.
IIOTKIX.
Grand Central
HOTEL,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE;
Oornor Ulelatli. Street,
WH. WETZEL. Proprietor.
ATIIUSTY watch kejit nfpht and day for
trains anil aleaintioala .
lite lt Of ar&)mnrlAll'jtift toe IrmnaWul
(unM at Two Dollar lr iut .
WIIOI.EMAI.i: URWCHH.
STEATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
And
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AJtEBICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dealer In
BOAT STORES,:
Commission Merchant,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
Ql'KClAL attention Riven to consignments and
fc lining onlrra.
l'AINTANO OHM.
B. F. PARKER,
Dealer lu
rPaints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
aow anaaos, c.
Always on hand, the celebrated Illuminating
AURORA Olli.
Bross' Buildind
Oorner Eleventh Street and Waahins
ton Avenue
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
PR0PBIET0R.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
lulletln Bmildlnv, Oorner Twelfth Street
and Washington Avenue,
Cairo, XU.iaa.oia.
CfCountr nd Itollrood Work a specialty.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Between Waehlnirtoo nd OotntuerelaJ
Avenue, najoinmg isansy t,
Kl'.V.VH for sale the beat Beef, Park, Mutton
Vent, Lamb, Smuaga, Ac,, end la pre
pure-l in aerve famlllei In an acceptable manner
he iaif o
Otto. utU.tlaa. JMlUIng, Com Vwclftt WtMt t&l VTtiVif.on .A.-vaa.u.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
TIIK MJRI.r.V.
I know not what sorrow l o'er tne,
What B'l I upon my heart (
lint n tale oroKl timed I tielore me-
A legend that will not depart.
Nlaht fall at I linger ilrramlnR,
And calmly flnwa the llhlnei
The ipenkii or the hill are gleamlnR
lu theKoldenauiuet thine.
A wnmlrmu lot ely innlden
Mtahlgh In ttlory Iherei
Herrobea with Krm arelalen,
And ahe comlielli tier golden hair
And Kite uprmdi out the golden trawiire,
Hllllslnk'lntt In harmony)
Ami the winic h.ith a mynllcal mratuie
And a wonderful Mielady,
Tim ltoatman.when one ahe hath Wind him,
U lout In wild, tad love;
He aeea not the black rorka anrand hlin,
He(ee hut the btaiity aboe.
Till he ilrnwna amid mad waves rinyin;;,
And sinks with the livlinic euni
Ami that, with her magical alna-liii;,
1 he Witch of the I.uriey hath done
llelnrlch Heine
OBITUARY.
f:-Mov. Wllllnm A. Urnliiim
Kx-fjov. William A. Oralmtn, of N'orth
Carolina, dletl at Saratoga, N. V on the
1 1 tli Inst., of In-art dlMiave. He was for
many years prominently Identillc.l with
national politics, and a brief sketch of his
life will therefore he of Interest. lie was
a son of Gen. Joseph Graham, a Revolu
tionary otlicer, ami was horn In Lincoln
county, N'orth Carolina, In 1S0I. lie
graduated at Chapel 11111 University, N.
C, In 1821, and was eiibecinuutly ad
nilttcdlto the Mar In Ncwbern. He was
a member of the Lower House of the
.State Legislature from 1833 to 183(i, also
in 183U and 1810. lu the latter year being
Speaker ol that body, in 1811 he was
chosen to till a vacancy in the United
States Senate, but was not re-elected, the
Legislature of l&12-'-i: being Democratic,
lu 181 1 he was tho Whig candidate for
Governor, and was elected by a majority
of 3,153, on the largest vote ever polled
In that State. He -was re-elected In
1810 by a still larger majority, but would
not accept a third U-rm. In lt&O he was
called Into the Cabinet by Mr. Fillmore,
to till the tiost of Secretary of tho Navy.
In the Baltimore Convention of 1852, he
was nominated Vice-President upon the
second ballot on the ticket with Gen.
Scott, and immediately upon his nomina
tion retired from the Cabinet, his place
being tilled by Mr. Kennedy, of Mary
laud. Alter the defeat of his party, he
retired to private life. Like most ot the
Southern Whigs, he was a Unionist dur
ing the War, aJthotmh he was compelled
to go with his State, and. lu l&CO, he was
a member ot the Union Convention
which was called to endorse the policy of
Andrew Jolinon. He wag recently np-
Coluted one of tho arbitrators to Mdtlo tlio
oundarlcs of Maryland and Virginia,
and was actinif In that capacity at ham-
uK riwn ueam ovorwoK mm.
TIIK. HON. IIOHACK lllUXf.Y.
't'lio Hon. Horace Hlnncv. Uic odnt
member ot the Philadelphia Bar, died In
that city a tew days ago at the advanced
age or '.a. lie was uorn in utj, aim
graduated at Harvard in 170". being at
the time of his death the oldest living
Midmnus of that University. He was ad
mitted to the liar lu 1&00, belore he had
attained Ids majority, and in a very few
years stood at the head of his prolesslon
In that cltv. He was several times tend
ered iudlclal positions, but Invariably de
clined them, preferring the active duties
of Ids profession. His last aptiearance
In court was in 1S4J, the issue involved
belli!! the will of Stephen Glrard, which.
as will be remembered, made large bc-
(i nests to the ijiiv 01 I'll auvtiiiiaior l ie
establishment of the College bearing his
name. II s arirument on this occasion
was!a master-piece, which has ever since
been quoted as authority in cases of tills
kinu, Dotu in America ami .btirope.
Notwithstanding his close annll
catiou to the law. he took a very active
interest in pontics, in lbuuiie was elected
a member of the Assembly, where he
served one term, decllnlnir a re-election.
in ib;i2 lie was elected a member ot con
gress. He was given a place on the
Committee of Ways and Means, and took
a leadlmr nosltlon in tno House in ontio-
sition to tne jacKson Aummistraiion, out
he only served one term, declining re
election, as ho had in the Assembly
His literary labors were quiet extended.
Ills most important published workfis
'IienorU of ca'esin the Supreme Court
of Pennsylvania," In six volumes, which
are esteemed models of their kind.
Amotur other ol his works also are his
culosleson Chief-Justice TUghman (1827),
and on Chlcf-Justlco Marshall (183G),
"An hum rv into thct ormatlonof ash-
InKlon's Farewell Address" (1859), and
"The Leaders of the Old liar of Philadel
phia" (1859). Ol his character the Phlla-
uein 1 a Ttunram says:
"rue (icaiu 01 sucu a man as Horace
Uiuney naturally and properly leads us
to contrast the present with tho past, to
recall the brilliancy, culture, and integ
rity of tho old liar of Philadelphia, at the
head of which he stood, and to lament
the quite perceptible degeneracy wnicn
the elective .system has unquestionably
aided lu bringing about. The years al
lotted to Horace iimncy were exienueu
so far beyond the three score and ten
which fall to the ordinary lot of man that
His ucatli is not a matter ot surprise, al
though it Is not the less to be lamented,
both by tho profession and tho commu
nity at larce. His personal character
was so 1 en. ins learn im so tiiorousu,
his exnerleneo so varhd.liis services so
eminent, and his identification with the
best interests of our city so close, that his
ileum, even nt sucn an auvanceu acre,
will be robbed of none of its causes for
resrret. It will not bo forgotten thatuor-
ace Blimey, Jr., whoso career as a law
yer and 11 man almost rivaled that of his
laiurr, men 111 reuruary, 101 v, ai mu ago
ofU'4."
How U'l'onncll Outwitted i Mrvnt Ite
toner.
nnnot'tho most effective weapons of
rvnnnncll was his wit. which was always
at Ills command. There are hundreds of
stories detailing instances onus power in
this respect. O110 of these Is a story
wiiero tuo victim was ur. jiussen.Kiiuwu
in this country as "Bull ltun llussell."
tun mmnus corresnonueni 01 mo lunuou
Times, on 0110 occasion, wnen u lyonueu
was to address a monster meeting in lie
Intnl. Itussell was sent over bv the Times
to report o conneii's speccn, uic purpose
being to get evidence that could be used
nimliist him In casu ho should
utter laniruaKe capablo of being Inter-
urnted as sedition. Bvl O'Coniielrs ad
vice llussell was provided with every fa
cility for his work. He was assigned a
seat near O'Connell, where ho could hear
every, word. O'cotmeii, beginning ms
She 1
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1875.
speech, Informed the thousands of peo-!
tile present that there wal a very able I
Hngllshman present, who came all the I
way from Kngland to report his speech ; I
mat It was to lie printed irt tne j.onuon
Timet, and that tfie gcntlcnian was very
desirous to get an accurate teport,so that
ho could swear to It If nox-ssary. He,
therefore, appealed to tho Irish present tu
he quiet and orderly ; to mtko no nolec,
and to do nothing that couU disturb the
English gentleman, or cam; him to loo
a word of the sjiccch to wh eh ho was to
swear. During these remarks he pointed
out Mr. llussell personal.)', who wa?
placed so conspicuously as to be easily
seen by all. T hin, turning to Mr. llus
sell, he asked If there was anything he
needed, If he was comfortably seated, ir
his pens were In order, and if he was
ready to begin. Bythlstlmt llussell had
become the inoit 1 meres ting and con
spicuous man In the crowd. Again ap
pealing to tho crowd to become quiet
and let tlto gentleman get such a
report as he could swear to, he
Informed llussell that he was about to
beiriu. Itussell dipped lit pen lu ink,
and O'Connell began his oration in
Irish! The multitude saw the joke, and
llussell was twlnfully hnprisca with the
knowledge that he was laughed at. At
Intervals O'Connell would apjical lit Eng
lish to the crowd to be silent, as the Eng
lish gentleman did not get along very
well, and would not be able to swear to
then-port. Every moment made Hus
scll's position more painttil, until at
length, mortilled and humiliated at the
exposure ol the real purpose of his visit,
and at its defeat, lie rose from his seat,
left the meeting, and Ireland.
DUU tie Want! of 'em All-"
Mr. Charles Nordhoff. fie correspon
dent of the New York JlenlJ. who has
been reporting on the coirlltlon of the
Southern Slates, Is highly ofRnded be
cause tho Washington RfjmSUc calls him
a "Dutch Jew." Hu says lie is not a
German Jew, though he conlesscs to be
ing a German ; but to be called a Dutch
Jew, "dls Is de worstcst of all." Wc re
member a German who, some years ago
arrived in New Orleans at.d was Imme
diately attacked with yellow fever and
taken to a hospital. On his re
covery he went to board
at an American boarding-house,
In order to learn Eugliih. The land
lord was a Methodist cli?5-leadcr and
there was a great religious excitement
among his brethren at tint time One
night the German, after taking supper
with the family and his fellow-boarders,
left them all In good health and took a
walk. In an hour or two he returned.
As he approached tho house hu heard
strange and startling sound;, heart-rending
groans, sobs, moans, piercing cries
of anguish, and calls for mercy. He had
never seen a Methodist meeting. Weak
and nervous as he was from recent 111
ncss, he entered the house with fear and
tri.mliltfifr . nrwl nt lnut tifmlnfrront(mic1i
into the parlor from the hall, Tie was hor
ror stricken at the sight before him.
There were his landlord, his wife and
daughter, all his fellow-boarders and
I'-ny iieijrnoors and strangers some on
wieir Knees nnu som vim,,,, ...1.1. .1...1.
, 1 i.... . .7,:,,, mm .-..
iii-uus uimni ueiwcen wieir Krirv. irro.m
111K aiouu ; outer? iywg on me uoor
snrieking lu anguish : some wore pray-
111K, aim uinent eaiuntr out, "O Lord.
nave mercy 011 mo ! don't take me away
in my sins 1 O, .1esu, have mercy "
1 ne terrmeu liutcntnan looked on for a
minute in mute horror, but at la&tmunr
lug sulllciciit courage, he dashed into the
parlor and pulled up the landlord, who
was praying near tne uoor, auu. urag
gin him Into the hall, exclaimed : "Mine
Got, Mr. Snilt, vat 1 de matter mlt de
lieeblesJ" "O nothing, come in; It's a
tini
Jus
iraying meeting a good many have
t trot ruliirion." ''O. mine lior. it's
awful ; It's miffhtv bad. llure. O ininu
Got, Iliopesl won't gets liiin; it must
hurt powerful. Mlnu Got. iniuc Got,
Mr. Landlord, lo you dinks I will j.rut
liiin? 1 shttst had dc smallpox at New
York, de chok-ra at St. l.ouU. and do
yellow fever here ;and now dls de worst
est ol 'etn all! Mine Got, Air. Smlt:
here is my board, I jjets my trunk and
t'oesaway qui:" Aim lie went. Co-
Operative .vim.
A Uencrlpllon ur O'Connell.
Allison, the tory historian, who was
once examined for eight hours by Mr.
O'Connell before a committee of the
House of Commons, thus describes his
person and character:
J n anncarnnce ne was strlkiiiir: lie
would have been remarket' amonjr n
tliousaud. Ills countenance was neither
handsome or comtnandinir, but it had
sotnetliliiK in it which irresistibly at
tracted the attention, strong and square
built, Ills flifitro conveyed the idea of
great personal strength; qick, but eva
sive, his eye gave the impression of Je
suitical cunning. He scarce ever looked
you in tho face. In manners ho was,
when tie cnose, extremely picasing: none
could exhibit, when lie desired it, more
courtesy, or was a more agreeable com
panion; aim none, nun oiuerwise in
clined, could let ily a more fearful volley
of vulgar abuse. He belonged to the
ago of Ignatius Loyola or tit. Francis
rattier man tuai 01 mu r rvuen revolution.
Popo Hllebrand was not more devoted
to the interests of the holy sea; Peter the
Hermit did not possess lu u higher de
gree tlio art oi rousing auu violently
moving mo great, uouy ui mu people.
His abilities wero of a very high order
no man does such things without great
powers; but they wero not of a east biipe
rlor to Ills achievements. I'ar nryotiis,
non supra, was the true characteristic.
Ho was born im agitator, aim more he
was supreme; but lie was neitiier more
nnr em. Ho had remarkable talents.
but no genius, and btlll less taste and rc-
lincmeut. 10 great, puw.-rs ui umiory
ho united a marvelous faculty for moving
tllO mUltltUUe. Vtllll Cipui latuuy no
addressed tho House of Commons in a
powerful legal argument, aim uarnncueti
the electors of Clare In strains of disgrace
ful ribaldry; with equal truth ho In the
saino breath called tho Irish 'the finest
peasantry upon earth.' and heaped up
probrlum upon the 'stunttd corporal'
who had delivered Kttropj, and tho
bigot Peel, who had endangered his own
famo to strike tho fetters of religious in
tolerance in Europe."
Tho luaiiiierln which the London. press
trnnta th nnan nf thn l.nmlon U11U CSt-
in nster Bank and tlio Messrs. i.omo u in
sharp contrast with the gingerly way in
whlcli the failure of Duncan, Sherman &
Co. has been treated by our papers, i no
Times speaks of tho Collie vara
with pcrlect frankness, and does not
hesltato to vail things by tholr
right name. Hero on the contrary, those
honorable bankers, Duncan, Sherman &
Co., who disposed of largo amounts ot
property just before their failure, nro
treated with tho utmost consideration.
And yet, wo wonder ihat commercial
morality here Is lower tlinn It U in hng-laud.
nUrtm,
F. M. STOGKFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
Wines and Liauors.
62 OHIO LEVEE, - CAIRO, ILL.
Kcops a full stock of
BL0xa.-tu10b.3r Bourbon,
Monongahela.Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
.prominent
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
.
OAK
- - ' 1 - ' " - -
Great Durability with Handsome
Br
SATISFACTION Everywhere.
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
012, 614, 010 and 018 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND 80LD EXCLUSIVELY BY
C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo. Illinois.
M"-2m
PIIYNICIAXN.
AM R. SMITH, M. D.
REStDENCK: No. 21 Thirteenth atreet, be
tween Washlnxton avenue and Walnut street.
OFFICE: North title of Elshtli street be
tween Commcrcbl ami Wiulibcton uremic.
o.
W. DUNNING, 2C. D.
RESIDENCE: Corner Ninth ami Walnut
trtteta.
OFFICE: Cornrr Sixth itreet ami 01iIoIvee.
OFFICE HOUItS: VromOa.m. 12m., ami
(rum 2 ton p in.
LAWYKIIN.
JOHN H. 2CUXKEY,
Attorney at Lnw.
CAIllO, ILLINOIS.
OFricv.. Eighth Street, Itetween Commrr
tl ami Wasklnjston u enun ,
gAMUEL P
WHEELER,
Attorney at jLiuv.
OFFICE: Ohio Levee, over room formerly
occup'.etl by First National Hunk,
CAIIIO. ILLINOIS.
Q.REEN de GILBERT,
AttorneyH and CounNclorN
at Imw.
OFFICE: Ohio Levee, rooms 7 ana 8
(Jltr national Jianu,
William H. Oreen, )
William 11. Gilbert,
MUea Fred'k, Gilbert. 5
CAIKO. lLUNOl.-J.
E3Speclal attention siren to Admiralty and
3 (nun boat bmlnes.
HEAL ESTATE .MJEXT.
JOHN a. HAEMAN & CO.
Real Estate
HOUSE A.a-B3ST0?S
COLLECTORS,
30NVETANCEHS, NOTASIES PUBLIC
Land AgenU of the Illinois Central and
Burlington and Quiaoy R. B.
Companlea,
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levee,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
I. II. LYNCH.
U. i. IIDWI.LV.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
cam at. 3fia7.rjE3
AND
Houid Agents,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE-At the Court House.
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
West side Comtnorcial Avonue, between
Eighth and Ninth streets,
(Next door to J . lluriter'n dry goods v.)
A full Hue of tlielutrttuud must lushluimblo
Htyled or
HATS AND BONNETS
lwu a on luiud. AUo crurr.vurlvty of
Eibboua Laoos and Trimmings,
from the cluuixttt to the mott coBtly. Lutlten
wlUUmlttiiv unit evervtlilnir In tier "tore for a
e.imnlotit Mti-Mr. Imll nr iintlv nlltllt.
I l'l leca to comietu with uny In the S't.
tJ"AUo ajrent for the Home ScwiuR Slnohln.
lU-lt'
NO. 204.
mmimt
ARE ECONOMY IN PRICE,
SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
33
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Designs, and Giving PERFECT
BOBBINS'
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO ILL
Hanos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
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Of World wido Reputation.
Acknowhtlpetl by nil tron.l Stnslclarn to be Hie
Ut 1'iano now mmle.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wc have sold over 400 during
twelve year past, becoming more and morn
popular every dny.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
Splendid tone, Power and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very lino Instrument, adapted to Iiutru
mental ai well as vocal music.
ALL THE ABOVE ABE OFFEBEI) ON
Easy Monthly Payments, at low llgtires
rcganllffs of List Trices.
SHEET MUSIC
In great variety, including a!l tho new
and popular music ot tlio day.
Orders from the Country
promptly titled and "cut
by mall,
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
ACCORDEONS, CLARINETS
FLUTES,
PICOLOS,
TAMBORINES
ETC., ETC.
FllENCH HAM'S,
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Furnished to Order.
8TRIN08 FOB VIOLINS, GUITARS, ETC.
Ol thu Bent Qunllty.
Classical Studies and Exercises
or all friules for Tiano or Voice.
tarKvcry dctcrlption of Musical Mer
chandise furnished to order, promptly and
at prices lower than ever ollurcd before.
GENOY ALSO OF
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Heud for Illustrated Catalogue and Trlco
Lilt of these beautiful (jroupes.
All Goodt Warranted m XepmenUd.
Addreas,
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Cairo, Illinois.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealer in
XjTJUVEBEIIES,
-Allklmlt hard and aofl,)
FLOORING, BIDING, LATH, &0
MilKuaA Yard,
3ornor Tbirtir-Pourth Stroot and
mm
bazab
CMMlMHwR NkKCHAXTII.
R. W. MXXaXaXam,
FOBWABCINQ
ASt
Commission Merchant,
Ami dealer In
FLOUB, MEALGBAIN HAY,
orncK!
MOHtOt.KVKK.
o-s-tr.
CAIItO.lLUSOH.
O. CLOSE.
General
Commission Merchant
AXD DXALtn 1
LIMB, CEMENT, PLASTER,
HA IB, &c,
Uadar Cltr KstlearJ Baak.
I WILL aell in car-loail lott at inm,facrurr
prlcea, aililinc Frelsbt.
-
JOHN B. PHXX&Xg
AND SON.
(Siieceon to John n. rhllllt)
FORWABDENQ
Commission Merchants
Anl Uenlera In
HAY, COBN, OATS, FLOUB,
XEAL, BRAIf, ate.
Af nti for LATLIH k BAKD POWDEK CO
Craer Teath Street amd Oate
Z. I). MntliUM.
E. t.
MATHUSS 6c UHL,
FOBWABDINO
And General
Commission Merchants
Daalera In
FLOUB, GRAIN. HAY AND
PRODUCE,
64 O)alo Zmvoo.
P. CTTHL,
-Extlujlre
Plour Merchant
Millers' Agent.
No fO Ohio Iee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
7-iG-ir.
B. J. Ayrea.
8. I. Ayre.
AYRES 6c CO.,
And general
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
L. X). THOMS,
Oommission Merchant,
BZlOSBIt
Ami dealer in
STAPLE AHD FAXCY
GROCERIES,
Foreign and Domestic Fruits and Nuts
184 COMXUCIAI AVXXUB.
s-ctr.
DTA9T. rARKKII.
II. tl. CUXNINOItUr.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(Succeisors to Miller & Parker,)
FORWARD Q
AD
Commission Merchants
And Dculern In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
ETC,
omen :
(VI OUlOIJtVEIf.
CAIIIO, ILLINOIS
0"We have leased the Large Yellow Var
house, Moruire rapacity 3,uuu tons, which pi Tea
im amiile facllillea for tori ngaiiJ ililfplnp.
U-8-fr.
INNl'RAKfCK.
0. N. HUGHES,
Utntral
Insurance Agent
OFIICIi
Ovtr IbthnM Hkl'1.
N0NK but
aented.
Flrat-CUM Compuls rqire
INSTJRANOE.
ESTABLISHED IS St.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND GAXDU;,
General
Insurance Agents.
73 OHIO
City KattMuU. luk BalUtif , vtUtii.
The Oldest XsUbllsked Aressy lm InU
ra IiUala, yen tl mm
ta ooo ooo.

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