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ft. W. M1XUSH,
POBWAHDINO
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W. L BRISTOL,
FAMILY
GrROCE ISL
KoppH ovpr-y thing portniniriR to
tho Mno of stnolo nntl Fntioy Gro
sonoo, Woodomvo.ro, VcRo'tablco,
Fruits, &o., &c. '
Try
My New Stylo Mixed
TEA
Different CotnbUiutlon From nuy
Boforo Oirorcd in tho Mnrkct,
nnd of Excellent Flavor.
Choice Selection of
QUEENSWARE,
' GLASSWARE,
CROCKER YWA HE
uid FLOWER POTS.
A mi r.1. BEATS talk
THE BOSS"
FIRS KimDIiEH..
WISCONSIN BUTTER,
A 4
flwcet ar.J Itich
Oentral Hod Yeast
AkuIu Thlu Summer.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
ITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
MT. OARBON(Big Miidly)
AM.
PEYTONA CANNEL
GOAL!
IOrdora for Coal by tho car-load,
m, or in hoRHhcnda, for shipment,
romptiv imonucu to.
llDSfTo largo consumers and nil
knnufucturcrs, wo aro proparca
b supply any quantity, uy tuo
lonth or yoar, at uniform ratos.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
-Iliillhlay llro ' (idler. Nil TilOhl-i Uw,
-lliiirnluy lint ' wluirlboat
-At Kantian Mill., or
-At the WoiU Hump, foot of 'lhlrty-l.lKht
t
fry I'n.t Olllrr Drawer. H.
ALENTINE RESOH,
GROOBR.
Ptalcr In
,
uttor, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Game and all kinds of fresh
Fruit and Vegetables.
lighth Street, Cavro. Ill
-J-I)rilir.i for FltumliimU pt ojii t ly flllid nt
liotir, any or m.-lit. i-wii
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACK
Tiolesale, Retail and
Commission.
EiailTU STIiF.KT. "
KH UUU W 11 L Li V
book ior ine jf eopie.
iv.i iu J..UU i i a ivkiiutin-r n run m v r, '
or
Urgt double colmniipjtc--'i;i,Oflin
p! ti nd citurnluni.i'UlUo iiaiuml,
mora) tm lt-uu.t M liont ft tho ot ,
Y71tl IUI ,
. f not itriB f tlatirnrliint . JLn. Atid-iiJ
1-n.nrr n. nui uuiniviri.iiit'itiuiiiif uii lunnaui rrr
1. 'turn Mini ft fur liiaprlaifA. Ira.lino t.x.ri.-
a ..itti-i anient. lutmntoiilTpnpu:ir mt-aicai uurk
tonriliniirJvcUtrehiiniir Bpormatorrhca, alv
ju)rvcut'rehiieniil' Bpormatorrhea, slv
Ipt of lunii. Alio a imtll Medical Troatlie uittiii
conttnti of the bo ofi,itm in jmini HrMfrun
Goal
Coal
i
ERS,
VOL. 7.
muiiok I):am:hs.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WIioImuI' ind IUUII llr lu
Forolgn and Domostio
LIQUOB.S
WANES OF AM KINIW.
No. 60 Ohio Lcvce,
CAIRO, ILLS,
ATKSSH' ."MYTH A CO. time i-.m.t.iiitly
J.VL it iirrn itork of the butt Kfi - " ninr-
kil, uwi ulr e.tK-cl.-il attention to I In
It Iltllurtll.
ranch of tliu Iiutineeti
in:,
Tho Undersigned TTuving Given
up tho
CITY TRADE,
la now Prepared to Furnitih Too
by tho
C AH LOAD,
At prlccn that will Comparo Fav
orably with any Dealer. Tic
will now Dovotc his a ton
tion Entirely lo bin
WHOLESALE TRADE.
JOIIN SPROAT.
imrri.s.
Grand Central
HOTEL,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE;
Comor XSisblli Street,
WM. WETZEL. Proprietor.
A TKIKfY tratrli kt.t Mirlil ami il.y lor
-ti. train tnt l"nili')ti
T lie Lot of acruinriiotlnlloni
giiml. at 'I Hit Dollars i-ril.iv.
fur
tram-lent
W-tf
tl IKII.LSAI.i; (IIUM I'.SIS.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
Ami
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AMERICAN TOWDEU CO
57 Ohio Levoo.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
l)nler in
BOAT STORES,:
Commission Merchant,
No. 7(5 OHIO LEVJCE.
CJl'El'lA I. attention Klvcn toi'mi'lgnnicnl. ami
iiiiiiik onirrtt
AIM' AMI OII.H.
B. F.
PARKER,
Denier In
r?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
23XXXTJSXX3aS.
vall Paper, Window Glass, Win
uow uunnes, vc.
Alwnyn on IimkI, tho alebnitt.il llliuiilnalliip
AltfttOitA Oli,.
ZUx'oraMi-' XlxiilclIzaK,
Ooruer Elovonth Street and Waahlntc
ton Avenuo
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
a, a. xzuxiXiQi,
PROPKIETOR.
BINDER AND BLANK ROOK
MANUFACTURER.
luUetln Building, Corner Twelfth Street
and ahlnBton Avenue,
Oiylro, Ullnola,
tCountr nnl Itftllroml Wort n 811(1110117
Offtco, 33Uti.ja. as.tl41E'. Carrier TwlftH Street e.n.4 Waoiiiastan. -A--vervao.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
iiioit.!tri?
0litlitM,nnnt, V.nti.
iln It witli I
l,i I In thf 1'rlrinlly rnu.-.
(if vliil nnd lltlc t
l.f I in IIir kMii 'tiril'ttiiii.
ntrcry ililc.
Unix- mo lilxli on in) nllow
Vr, lh;it lo
How l II It'isrtr, tliut tm one
l.limiimllU-yotl?
NoIkmIj ' liiiinH r: to ttinltr,
tittmly and tnio.
.IimI n yoti iiioniltul to ti'iM n,r
U In ii ilialli It iilnh,
In lt olil iliir on jour nlmiiU'-i-
l, t my luii'l II- t
Now for one lust look. lt(Jfr.
on oimn anil sky.
.Mi ! Im- ll.L ulilli-Miltl plltlrn
Ojil liy tl.i-.Vi ic I
11 jrkTf how tlic vralrrs rliil
Down on tin' uliort-1
j'tlltly tlx-roll wilKl Wlft'i
.My chi ft omi' inon'
l.'nptr you know liw oll'ii
In my imln,
l'f luiiKtil lor ii ullriijirf of clititl iitf
Yitonroniralii t
DoiihtliiK iik ila.Mt rollttl t.nu.ml
.M) !!IVIT Vll 1 11111.
lint tlif miKnir Imi i-oinc, ami I tm II,
Mrtlrlilii;: lor iiiilin,
Willi lit inuriiiiirliis, ilancln wntrM,
Iti rluiiKlnv miiiIIik,
Wlill't tliv rli.ii'lsol ft villus j:ullirr
In iHiruUliol nilf..
Ptr ai'l MofMj.lijf. onl I'm muly i
Wlicru'n jour tlr.tr luntl I
Ami you'll liold inr, won't jou, ltoif,
IJiitil I Biuml
With tUv lUtht r' arm itrounil in,
saW iu lle Hi Hit Imt .'
OUIDA.
An Dn nilrli' Wi.iitiin of iii'iiltm W'lto
'IiiIiiUh mill l).ti' it Mic lli':tc.
I from a iMivhm 1 Alter.)
It is the surprl.-e ol thence that, anion"
women, "Oiiiila" U not 011 thc-tajfe: -access
Iu that lleld is tin. ambition ol so
many loc-admIriii).', power loving, le.-t-le-
women ol literary or tuu-leal pro
clivities Hut Oiiida'' (Mine, de la
l'ariie) performs a lar'e decree of acting
on a private etJiffe of her ow n. She has
her own loot-hjrhti-; her own tra"cdie-'
and coniedh her own lances nnu iIuk
.'crs, which she knows well how
to wit Id, (Specially lor that
love wlileli I? "tellishui'S for two,"
or for any love which die wishes
to change and de-Ires to draw a scalpel
Veil over the n.i-t. .She hiloiiirs to Fouri
er's cycle ot lovt.r.-, that cla1--, wlioian to
readily lilt irout one to another that no
pa-t iittachiiit nt can revive, even as a
licet re ol Hie nijrlit. 1 hat this eceentriu
xvoman ha- lud many lovers and manv
Hi:), Ir-k eM'ap.i(l'8 N ns puteiit to iliu
world ii- her books : thathcr loer were
greater slavei than under the potency of
luiiilabie, w'llely control has la en a lratiK
ami illicit lulinUalon. Thu culling
Maitnaur, us applied by tt-ii"i , lias a f lib-
tile, a rtlon meaning. I.atiuu:ii;u crys
tahzes ideas Ouida's niurality is not at
ill hav in her life nor In
her booke. Her work5 embody the
lreet kind of 1 reach literature. Her
fort? lies In description and in situation.
Tlice an otteii Mioii";. and rranil, and
lajclnatiii!,', anil olten Mt'i-tivu 01 vi-cousiie-5."
Jh(' -ci.'iii'" at times to owe the
world a urutluu, or, 'he wMics to turn-
ble It into a vortex of her own tnaklns.
Mer very best aehievciueiit.-1, betoie a
knowledge and expi rietiei! of life was so
larirelv known and o lijlitly held, U
The Doir of Flandcr-, ' the llrst .-tnry
iu the beatitilul collection of "The Leaf
and the .Storm." a beautifully lllu-
trated eoltiuii of which caiuu out in
London, ii lew yeats ago. Ibis
-torv of a boy genius, and a
l.iitlll'ul, lovliiL'. intelligent do'. I-
charinliij:ly anil vividly told. It U lull of
i-nblimlty, patho-, beauty and purity.
There Is'a rale ima'riiiatlou and construe.
t vai tower shown in thN, with ome of
tli"rots and raptures ot vice." which
she paint- so utiblu-hliily 111 her later
works. "Hi'iih," her last publl-lied
book, is full of epidemic fallacies She
dwells largely upon love, sometimes Willi
reat bitterness. .Shu fays: "J.ovu kills
uvirvthlii"; and llien dies Hi-elf;
or, " pel haps, it dors not die;
then is it a llame. always
buriiinif, burning, burning, till the body
and the heart ate cracked, empty,
rhriinkeii pot-herds. That Move." 4!
"l.ove lends a lire divine Inhuman otis,
only by liiirniu all their world to
waste." " "When a human loves
wake.-. It cru-hes f.uno like a dead leaf,
and all the .-plrits nud mlnlstert of the
mind shrink atvay liefori! it, and cm no
morealhiie. 110 more console, but sluliltijr.
as Into slleueo and are dumb." tt
"When love N dead, there is no Ood."
' 'Mowcrol'au hour.' That is a
woman."
This femme ile tetter lives in Florence,
in liiMii ion.- style, with eoulppaircs he-
lilting a iiilnee.ss of ibis blood. When
Havard'laylor was once there, slio was
invited to meet him at dinner, at thu
hou-e ot a i:ounles. Slio declined the
luvition, saying that slie never accepted
Invitation to meet ceieiiruies, sue only
accepted invitations when celebrities
were Invitid to see her. Ho did not tee
her.
t'liiiri ls mill Slnlo In Nn ltzerlnml.
The Feparallon of State and Church
llnds more and more favor with the mass
of thu people, of Switzerland. Obstacles
In the way of Its speedy realization are
the fear ot the Cantonal nverutneiits of
losing nil controllliijr power Iu tho now
established, tlinroin;li, and uniform school
systems, and eoiii-crpienlly all directive
inllueiico upon future generations of citi
zens. Another Impediment in tho way
of its attaining popularity U the belief
that by sacrltlciug the. national church In
numerable fccU might arise, as in the
United States, which Is not coveted there.
According to tho new Swlsw constitution
all bovs and girls having passed their
sixth voar, must enter school mid eon-1
tlnito their studies until thoy aro 11 years .
old. '
itaT" Dining the epidemic of intermit
tents Iu the West this season, tho wholo
Immense stock of Ayer's Aguu Cure be-,
came exhausted, nnd the producing power
of his Laboratory was found Inadequate)
to meet Iho demand. Many who knew
ltd extraordinary virtues for tho cure of
Chills and Fever, paid exorbitant prices
for It. This Ague Cure Is snid. by those
who use It, to never fall. Header, if you
must liuvo medical aid, tako the best of
medicine. Foor teinedles aro dear, ns
fc-ood nro cheap, at any pilca you htiv to
pay for tliuin, Chm"toft QivrUr.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER li, 1875.
A Letter Irt. m Ultiiitirrk to I'lillmlt l.
plilmi.
S. V HcrnUl l'liltitilrlilu.i tmr
Colonvl M. lilcliiirili Muclilc, the htII
kuuwn Ijiitliieit maii:ii;T or lliu 1'uhlif
Ledger, n ut io I'rlnt'u Itistimrck n leu
months ago it ImiulMtnidy nioiiiiicij mw,
niailf Intin tlif oriclir.tl llmlwr liiVi;n
from IihIciicimIi'IH'i I tliiriiiiJ tliu recent
ni'i;i.'s.;irv ripalrs in that llnii'-lioimrcil
Uriielin i;. 'I In; cant hon a lttiplu (il;tu
U'llliio; Its llllk- h orv. 'flit! Kill wan H'lit
to llorlln tliroiij,'li ti-" (Ui iiiiiti toinnl nt
tliN port, whence It win lal.i'ii hy tlio
CJurinaii Ambasiailortotliutiillwlhtalex,
Huron Von fjclitui-zer, tol'rlnco lilsiiiiirok
at Vnr.ln. 'I'lit; (jiTiiian Ciranwllor lias
written, with lilf. own hainl, a letter lo
Colonel Mnekle. dated, niot iipproiiriate
ly. mi llio ltli ol Muly. 'I'lio letter hreathes
a Milrlt ol-rrlemllliie(.s for h nullon,
iind It written In n (out: thai oihj would ;
ivine'ely 'it'iJ'-i's hi w'iuoriuy Vrat"h" 1
ted:
Vaiiis. .Inly 1S7C.
CI. M. llicl,n-Ji MucUtrl'ilt'KlctfMa:
IIkaii Sin You have linil tlif kliitltieM
lo M.'iul nmas u upjiorl In tnv olden
davs a cuue cut truin tho tlmher of the
bellry from tint liellit of which nliietj--nt
tin "years ajjo Itwlay thu old hell lli.it
ran'ln lionor ol that rand ('ouiuion.
wealth whose slilit IrIU to-tlay ylve full
and welcome sound In all thu waters of
the ;:lobe.
J bee; you will ncoc-pt my heart felt
thanks for IhU hMorieal txniinlsceiiee,
wlileh I .-hall honor and caielully pre
M rc. and hand down to ntv children
with other relic ol irinarkalile years
ThN day In one which mvi r fall" to re
call to toy iiiiud the happy hours which
I peiit on many a Fount! of .Inly with
American Irleiid llr.-i, with .lohn
l.othroy Motloy In Got tilneii, Iu IS!!-;
ii'aiii, with MltchelC. Khiaiid Amory
Cnllln.
Would that you, my dear Colonel, and
I tullit always be as healthy and con
tented as wo lour youti' fellows were
forty-three years. ao at lioettlueii cele
brating Hie Fourth of. Inly.
V. IltS.MAllCK.
Iloiiitpnrte, the rittnlls!.
"Wit Xapoleon n Fiitnli-t'f" is a ones,
tion rai-ed by a writer hi the Oalaxu,
who tell- the following leinarkablt! story
as an allirinatlve answer: It was in 170U,
when the liirrclor- liad named him Com-niauder-ln-t
hlef ol the Army of Italy, and
at the same time had n lu-eil or were un
able to supply him with the means for re
pairing to headquarters with thu state
and tllgnlty iKlilling hii new raid;. In
this dilllculty the young tiencral rai-ed
as large a sum n he could bv means of
his own credit nud the Madness of his
friends and a till- was miserably small,
be intrusted It to Juuot, a young olllccr
who frequented gaining tallies, and bade
him lo-e it all or increa-e it iu enormous
proportions, ijn your success," lie
said, "deiionds the poiblllty of my ac
cepting tliN command, and" taking you
as my ald-de-canip." Ariortling to one
account. .Ittiiot lir.-t augmented thu
amount of his capital by selling a gold
hllted sword which belonged tit him, lor
Jiiiiiiijinne never failed to win the love of
llio.-u who cmim in W1.-0 contact with
him. A Iter several hours pluj in which
Juuot had been successful bevonil his
liop'-s, lie repaired to his el'ilef nud
handed him his winnings, which he
tliouyht would be more than sulllcielil to
meet all Immediate claims The (ieneral
sent him back once more to tempt ft,r.
tune, with an order not to return till li
had doubled thu sum or lost eveiy cent.
Wholi .Imint 1nn1vm.1l ntr.itu It tf.'c wltl.
enough money to enable Xximlcon to
make a splendid appearance at lieati-
quartcrs. Ihelastsnm won bv Juuot
that night ha been put at ?CO,000 while
the anecdote Itself rest- mi excellent au
thoilty. A Clilcnu-K MlniMcr'i Opinion of
.tlomly tuiil NnnUe.v.
1'rom the Clili ipt Trilnuic', lipoort of n Str
inon by t'loiciitcMcC'urihy.
I have hope In these 111 m because Hu e
are not priests. The Lord be prai-cJ.
Moody and Sankey do not wear long-tail
coats, nor mllhury ve-ts, nor white
hand- around their Uu-oats ami do not
preach III gowns a-if thty were not
human beings, nor a urne to' pronounce
absolution and benediction-. No, they
do not'propo-e to carry tin key of life
Kingdom of Heaven at their griillc. or to
call theui-elve- Hcvereiul. or Doctors of
Divinity, or divines." Tliev are men
among men : they wear their shirt-ho-soma
in full view, and do not talk
through their noses. James, mill pottr.
and John, fre.-h from iheirllshlngsinacks.
could not be more innocent of clerical
humbug and of priestcraft. God bless
them ; it is a joy to know that thcro tire
a lew Mich 111 the world, and It can not
but he that (iod will bless them here a-
Ile has done elsew here.
i:ni;liiiiil ami t'lilnn.
t'roin the Kiioiilncr
It is time stirclj to rouse ourselves, lest
a new war with China come upon 11- as
usual when wu are totally unprepared,
and Ignominious defeat bo needed, al-o
as utial, to wake Us then from our treach
erous sleep. The whole atmosphere of
Chinese politics Is becoming charted with
foresliadowlugs of war. I'hu policy ol
the empire has sustained a completu re
versal since the death ot'tho latu L'uipcr
or by fair means or foul it wero hard to
say which. I'rineu Kmig. who. for a
Cl'ilnaman, was comparatively liberal and
enlightened, and di-po-cd to tolerate the
foreign "devils," has pas-cd out of pow
er, and Iu Ids place wu have to deal with
that cruel, ruthless, Implacable, many,
counseled Viceroy of ( lil-ll, Li Hung
Chang the man who. If wu ml-tako not,
signalized Ids coinninnd of the Chlne-o
arinies bv an iiboinluablu breach oftaltli
at the capture ot S11 Chit. This man, al
though not tho nominal Viceroy of the
empire, is Viceroy of tliu home province
uml real ruler of the Imperial councils.
Quite nu eclipse of tlio suit will lal;o
place on tho 2Wi of this iiionth nt all
places In the United States cast of the
Mississippi Valley. The fun will rife
more or less eclipsed.
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker,
SIXTH STREET, Botwcon OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
AVENUE.
Munufaotiuothls own Horea Shoos and.
can AuBuro Good Worli.
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CAIltO, 1LU.NOIS.
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neciii.'ii liy firrt .Vntlouul lUnk,
CllltO. ILLINOIS.
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Attorney anil C'oiutNcIor.s
nt fiiiuv.
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illll'S I IT-l'K UKLtTl
lEJl-ccIul iitlention given to Ailmlniltx and
dio.uuVoat business.
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Real Estate
tsu
COLLECTORS.
50KVEYAKCERS, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Agents of the Illinois Central and
UurliUKton and (Jutncy K. R.
CompantuB,
North Cor. Sixth nnd Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
1. n, lvxcii.
i. J- nijivr.kv.
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Houeo Agents,
Dolleotors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE At tho Court House.
MRS. Ti. J. SPEARS,
West elda Comraorclnl Avenue, betwoen
Eliilith und Ninth otreots,
(Next door to .1 lluwr'n dr' jrooih fctoie j
A full liti of ll.tiluttctunil liluM l'.ithliiiiublii
!lK'i ot
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nhrnr. on limnl Also trv uuUtyof
Ribbons Lncca and Trimmings,
IVnm Iho clicjpont to the mojl rolll.v r.n;il
will Uml uny nud rurytlihis In lureloiu lor 11
comnhle Mifet, lull or aily outllt.
l'rlfi-rt 10 fumpcie with miy In the t.
r)Aln nuenl fur Hie Hume &e wlngMai tune.
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;-Deiiler lit
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QUICK AND UNIFORM
Doslgns, and Giving PERFECT
BOBBINS'
MM BAM
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO ILL
1 JrctT3r5-
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
OP
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
PIANOS
Of World wide Reputation.
Acknowlcilifti! lir nil mod MuMrl.ins to tit tht
ik-bi i inn ii nun- niituc.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which we have sold over iCXi ilurinc
twelve j ear- pn', bccoiainj; tuoru nnd morn
popular every .lay.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
Splendid tone. Power ami Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A Vt'iyttno i-lrument, mUivtrd lt litstrU'
iu iit.il a well as vocal music.
, u.
1111: wiovi: .win okkkhi:i on
vMonllilyl'.ivinont-. st loiv iIl-iih-s
ri't'irui-ts ol l.'st I'riccs.
SHEET JVIUSIG
In (rrcit variety, including all tho new
nnd popuhr music ol the dny.
Orders from the Country
promptly tlltfd nnd -vnt
by mall.
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
ACCORDEONS. CLARINETS
FLUTES,
PICOLOS,
TAMBORINES
FlIKNCH HAItPS, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Furnished to Ordor.
STRINGS FOR VIOLINS, GUITARS, ETC.
01 the Host Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercisos
Of nlljfx.nlea for I'lano or Voice.
J3THvcry description of Miilc.d Mer
cbiitullse fiiinUlieil to ordur. promptly it ml
at prlcei lower th.in eor oilered licforo,
(;k.ngv also or
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
.Send for llhi-trntr.il Catalogim and Price
Ut of these beautiful (Troupes.
All Goodi Vsrrnted u Reprnented,
Ad'lrefl,
ROBBINS MUSIC BAZAP.
Cairo, Illinois.
Aitii:iT NTont:.
New-York Store
tVHOLSSALK AND RETAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Bold Very Clat.
Oornor 10th St. end Commerclel Av
CAIRO. IUIN0U
C. 0. PATIK1 CO.
a
ei Tmk
Commission Merchant',
Audilrdtcr In
MEAL. GBAIR
ETC.
plouk,
HAT,
nrricc:
M omoij-.vii.
b-3-tr.
( CAtHO.lM.IKOM.
C. CLOSE,
0t'Arl
Commission Merchant
ANIl IiKtt.Sk l
LIME, CEMENT, PLAtTKA,
HAIR, ftCM
VbAt City lUtUanl Cuk.
IWIIX.fll In rmr-loiil lot' it TTMHiftVrtm.
prices, iilulng Frtlaht.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AKD SOll,
(fiUCt'MIOlt to JbkD B. rtllllto);
I'ORWARDINa
iVlt
Commission Merchants
And IMiltni In
II AY, CORN, OATS, FLOUB,
KXAX, BKAX, tt.
Agsntt for LATUM h BAUD TOWDWt M
ICornar Tenth Street aad Okie
Levee.
V.. II Mnll.n.,.
E (,.
MATHUSS St UHL,
FOBWABDENO
And (ivnrnil
Commission Merchants
l)ln In
FLOUB. QHATN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
I-a Olilo Ziovee.
P. CUHL,
Krln.U
Hour Merchant
Millers' Agent.
No to Ohio I.tUP,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
T'10-lf.
E. 3, Arrra,
S. D. Ayrtt.
AYRES to CO.
riioun
And gfnrrsl
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
Ii. B. THOMB,
Commission Merchant,
A11H dealer in
STAPLE AND FA NOT
GROCERIES,
Foreiirn and Domestic Fruite mad Hut
1M COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
ii-ett.
hi ast. rinn.
h. u. C'lNrKanAV.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(Successors lo Miller A Parker,)
FORWARD Q
AND
Commission Merchant!
And Dealer In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, HAT,
ETC.
orrict t
M OlIIOLEVH.
CAIKO, H.UHOIi.
fclte hut leased the Ijirjje Tellow Wan
hmie, itiintuu nt.nclty J,Hi tun., whleh flTai
iititraiile farilltlm forflorinz and .hluplns.
li-Ml
IXNVRANCE.
C. N. HUGHES,
(ieneral
Insurance Agent
OFFICE:
OXXXO
Ortr Mttnw UU'i.
N
oke tmt
Fint-Clait Cbinpaxles reyrt
vnletl.
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1SSS.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND OAIfDUE,
Gener.1
Insurance Agents,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Vttlowl luk BtlMlif, atteJrfl.
Mi 000 000.

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