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ton X. OmiYi Editor.
The great Schura mwIm on thu 20th
! . rt,tvtnn. nhlo. Ofcoureit wm
the Mine .pcc ,hnt ,1C dcllrcrrtl In Clti
clnnntl. I,ITTI.r. BAB .HASf.
I.rttlfr Indian? are Jii'tas troublesome
n lltUc white men. Utile Had Man U
the rettlcs rcd-skln who would like to
cat n commissioner. Ho comb his bead
feathers every morning, and frescoes his
face for n war-dnnc and n scalp-niatlnee
In tho evening. Private bands of In
dians guard this llttlo blow-hard and keep
him from Impaling a drunken commis
sioner. BENBCBATIC OOVKHXOlt.
Democracy has Rained governors In
three ol tho New Kngland States, ono in
thu Middle State, tin ee In tho Western
States, and two In thu Southern States.
The change did not seem to be contlned
to any hcctlon, but was extensive In Its
ramifications. Four years ago twenty
three of the States had Kepnbliean gov
ernors, or Governors elect. Now the
Republicans have but fourteen out of the
BEATII OF A Hl'UlMKT.
N'ed O'BaldwIn. the Irish giant, a prlzo
fighter ol no mean ability, closed hi
earthly career from the effects of wounds
by a pistol shot. As we mentioned yes
tcrday, his partner in a saloon shot him
during nn altercation. He was blx feet
six inches high, and during life fought
number of prize battles and served two
terms in tlie penitentiary firs t for tight
lug in the ring, and tin second term for
punching a man's eye out.
UCIBORD, Tilt: PKIMT.H.
Gulbord, printer, lias created more dis
turbances dead than he did living. The
last fight on this "rave question took
place in Toronto, Canada,last Sunday.
jubilee procession was being enjoyed by
the Catholics from one church to another,
During its progress a tight took placo be
tween it and n mob urouluordltcs. l'Jstol
shots were tired and stones thrown with
religious earnestness. Truly the cplrlt
of Gulbord yet lives.
When It Is known that the Indian tribes
interested in the Black Hills number
thousands of fierco warriors, people or
the United States may count the costs of
a general war with the wild tribes. For
years the warlike Sioux have been anx
ious for an alliance and a big war, and It
has been a cherished prophesy among
them that it would some day take placo.
At one time they numbered 30,000 people
with 7,000 warriors. Nearly 200 years
ago the French Catholic missionaries vis
ited them, or which event they retain
TividanU lasting traditions, wbjeh 'blend
harmoniously with tho shatlowy legends
of the past.
A new ,iiaazino comes to us from
Florid,'),,, jamj 0f orange groves. Ills
Cjfi the Semi-Tropical, and is a
.Aaonthly journal, devoted to Southern
agriculture, horticulture and immigra
tion. Mr. Harrison Heed is announced
a its editor, and Charles W. lilew, pub
lisher. Terms $3 a year, prepaid. Single
copies, thirty cents. The publication
office is in Jacksonville. The Semi-Trap-cal
is printed in old style long primer
type, on the finest kind of iiaper, and will
havo for its contributors some ot the best
talent ot the country. It will be an Illus
trated magazine, and surely reflect credit
upon the sea-washed State it represents.
A VALCABLk IX VfcXTION.
I.. W. Swaflbrd, ot Vlcksburg, lias lit
vented a scaffold which will do away with
tho difficulties which beset carpenters
painters, plasterers and otliers.ln the erec
tion of scaffolds. It is portable and ad-,
justablc and will 111! all the requirements
of climbing machine. The Invention
consists of an adjustable nnd portable
scaffold, the supporting posts or uprights
consisting of pieces of timber slotted
their entire length, so as to allow the
ledger to be raised or lowered as may bo
necessary for high or low works. A band
around the upright, with set screw so as
to clamp the ledger and hold it firm at
any required position. Tho scaffold is
provided witli adjustable braces with a
clamp at each end which holds the scaf
fold firm In place. The instrument can
bo used for working out of high windows
or over projections; also tucd as a com
mon carjientcrs' scaffold.
The Washington Capital says: "It
was some months ago that thu News of
Danbury puffed up, like Solomon's itog,
with its understanding declared that no
paper in tho South was worth reading or
ever produced anything lit for republlca.
tlon. The Vlcksburg Herald Is to-day
copied three times as extensively as tho
Newt, and the Constitutionalist ol Au
gusta, Richmond Enquirer, and Herald
of Atlanta as ofteu, wlillo tlie Courier
Journal is about tlie finest paper in Amer
ica." At tho close of the war such South
ern papers as tho Appeal uud Avalanche
resumed publication under bright aus
pices ; but their failure to secure a proper
support told plainly that the South had
received a blow that It would require
years to recover from. On thu Avalanche
e such writers as Callaway, M 'Clusky,
awtm,. onU,e Appal Mc5IahonnnU
simrV'1 1,10 DatUtU Ka',,m'1
fcSE... truth dawned
lew ; that planters-,", raotT'
houics, u!l B popul r
taking the place, ol readliJo X T
SJKl llllOe that Umn thu A,,,,.,., 'mi'ely,
IhmaAji liai'n fm,ii. ,i.n
royaiiy, rernarm u,iu
Httlc Mnp oi Journalistic history will r.
Hy Wftlwcltkshitho South. Thoo
ol Ken-Orleans liavo fulled to receive it
Hvlnjr fcUpjMirt, mul Mobile, wllh licr
jrirat .foliti Foroytltc, lias railed to re
munerate the toilers or the press.
THE AHMV r TIIKTKNKEKHEE.
The Soclcl y of tho Army of tho Tennes
see met in annual session In Dcs Molnc
Iowa. General Sherman called the meet
ing to order. About 200 were in attend
ance. President Grant, the Secretary of
nr and party, and General Sherman,
wcro o?cortcd through gaily decorated
streets, and loudly applauded, bv the
citlzcua. Sherman made a Ptiecch. Grant
also read a short ppoccli. The following
is tho clo'Ing part
"We will not deny to any ofthoso who
fitmlit nirnltist IIS nnv lirlvlloiro lliulnr
the Government which we claim for our
selves or country. Wo welcome all such
who come torwani in good lull 1 1 to Help
nimu up me wa'ic places ami to perpet
uate our Institutions against all enemies,
as nrotiRTs. in mil interest wiiiuu ;
common herltairc. but wo aro not nrc
pared to anoloalzu for the nast. Jo
uuard agalnt n recurrence of thotudays,
0 must ni'gin uy guarding against evcrj
nemy nreventinir thu nrosnerlty ol free
Ilcpubllean Institutions I do not bring
into this assemblago politics certainly
noi partisan pontics--our u is n nur suo
iect for the soldiers, In their deliberations
to consider wnat may no necessary to
ccurc the prize for which they battled.
A nVAKHR CTTV IIOHKOH.
The keepers of a Philadelphia house ol
correction havo caused humanity tos-litul-dcr
and protest against the horrible
usages that obtained Inside tho walls pre
sided over by them. Ono of tho out
rages committed by these human ulcers
was the putting or lllthy raiment on new
criminals clothes worn by former occu
pants. Another wnsconllnemcnt of men,
tor wccks, in uarK cells, without a mo
ment's egress. Men, It is said, suddenly
released from this modem basilic
through filth and vermin, presented
lamentable picture, and were only rccoji
nlzed as caricatures of humanity. This
occurred In a city whose citizens boast a
pedigree second to none, nnd a monopoly
or rellncment. Is there no law to punhh
these managers or tho Philadelphia house
or correction? Westcrvelt, who was only
shadowed by a suspicion ol participation
In the kidnapping or Charlie I!os, was
tried and convicted by the people of the
continental city. Hero wo havo crimes
perpetrated which should bo punishable
with death, and against which rellucd na
ture revolts. The New Orleans
Timet referring to thu con
finement In a narrow cell, ot
prisoners, without egress, says : "What
ever may bo the law upon the subject,
the destruction of one's physical Identity
morally seems a lar worse crime than
murder ltolf. The instinct ot life is not
stronger than the instinct or excluslve
ncss. Kacii human being is separated
from every other human being by a bridge
thu Deity never intended should bo
crossed." There can be, no apology of
fered for a city that will tolerate these
criminal outrages in this enlightened
THE INDIAN COM M IMNIOXKRN.
The diplomatic Indian known as Spot
ted Tall, during the big talk about the
lllack Hills, accused tho commissioners
of being drunk and attempting, in their
gushing moment, to smother him in an
army blanket. Many persons living In
this valley may Imagiuo that the Indian
did not know what ho was talking about,
and treat tho matter lightly, lint when
It is considered that this Indian with the
"spotted tall" and unstultllled tongue is
a chlel of Influence, has been to Wash-
In ton, and Keen tho great father, and
talks about putting money out nt Interest
for tho benefit or his people, It Is reason
able to suppose liu knows n drunken man
when he sees him, and recognizes the dif
ference between tho actions of a maudlin
buffoon and a gentleman. It is evident,
from ttic bold language ot Spotted Tall,
that thu Indian chiefs liavs a su
premo contempt for the commission
er. inn anenuau was mo man
to treat with tho cunnliiL' and
restless Sioux. Hut tho government re
verses tho order of things, and sends a
soldier among cultivated people to Intimi
date whero It only exasperates, and
drunken, timid commissioners civilians,
among savages, where Intimidation Is
necessary so that thu Impression may in
spire tear and respect. "Yesterday,
when we called on you Commissioner?,
you wcro all drum;, and you tried to
throw a blanket over my head. To-day
I breathe the free air or heaven nmongst
my own people, and can now talk to you
what I did not wish to say yesterday."
That was tho language or an untutored
feavage, representing savages, addrcfcscd
to educated men representing the govern
ment ol thu United States. And ho was
backed by 5,000 Indians, mounted and
ready for battle. Ho said his
people wanted Catholic priests to
teach them reading, plowing, agricul
ture, and stock raising. Why Cathollo
priests V liecause thu priest has been
truthful to him and self-sacrillclug, giv
ing instead ol hiking, und telling him or
the trtto God. And the priest shows ids
devotion and earnestness to tho holy
cause he is enlisted In by traveling with
out arms or protection into their villages
and among their painted warriors. The
Indians may bo bad, but they arc gov
erned by cunning and diplomatic chiefs
who can tell drunken commissioners
from sober ones. Time will tell tho re
sult of these negotiations lor tho Ulaek
II f I Is; but when an Indian gets up before
5,000 warriors, and commissioners uud
oldlers, and accuses thu men represent
ing thu novel ninent of being drunk nnd
disorderly, a failure may bo looked for,
and perhaps a tragedy similar to thu onu
that took place at thu lava beds.
Massachusetts' itupubllcan State Con
vention met at 10:30, in Worcester, and
was called to order by W. W. Clapp, of
tho Uostnn Journal, chairman ot thu Statu !
convention. Thu Hon. Henry Wilson
was chosen permanent chairman, On
taking the chair lie madu a hard money
"d political reform speech. Thu follow-
" is tiwt relating to tluaiice :
--iiveuessoi war, wnen creditor
nrmlcs wcro unpaid, tho govern
ment Issued its promises to pay, ami
madu them legal-tenders. When the en
actment was made, tho government in
good fiiltti intended mat tnesu notes
should be redeemed In gold or In Interest-
bearing bonds, but ten years nave pasM ed
nnd these promises to pay still remain
uutiiiiiiied. tiiu givunuacK uas
Indeed largely appreciated. and
we are justly proud or tliu
credit of tho nation In thu markets ot
the world, but wo do not, and cannot, ns
Americans, tauu pnuu in tnu singular tact
that a stray note from nn unknown hank
In one of the Hrlllsh provinces can bo
sold In State street lor a premium of
morn than twelve per cent, over
onn ol our lesra -tenuer notes, witn
all tho wealth or forty millions ol
people behind It. Tim plighted faith of
Urn nation, the honor of the uovernmeut.
the enduring Interests ol tho people, or
tho rich and or t no poor, ot capital ami
or labor, all demand that the sovcrnmcut,
by wise and prudent lcgMatlon and ad
ministration, should, nt tnu earliest prac
ticable period, make It3 notes equal to,
ami convertible into, goui.
The first ballot tor Governor resulted
Kice, 451 : f.oring. XY2 ; Adams 253. On
tho seond ballot Charles Francis Adams
received 2C0; Geo. It. Lorlng, 225; Alex
nuder II. itlce, lit". Thu result or the
third ballot was as follows : Whole num
ber. 70S : necessary to a choice, UK; 11
L. Pierce, !H) ; Geo. II. l.oring, 09 ; Charles
F. Adams, 210; A. II. liiee, 57(1. Hlce'
nomination was mado unanimous. Ho
ratio G. Knight was nominated for I.ieu
tenant Governor by acclamation ; Trcas
urer, Charles Kmllcott; Auditor, Julius
L. Clark: Attorney General, Chas. JJ.
Train : Secretary ol State, Henry II.
Tho Ohio election will take place
Matagorda was entirely destroyed,
but no lives lot. Cedar trees saved the
iteil Cloud seems to be one ol' our
most felicitous orators, lie calls a spad
u spade and a drunk a drunk.
Thu Grand I.odgo of the Grand I'nl
ted Order or Odd Fellows, colored, will
meet In Louisville, October Cth.
According to tin: September report
or tho Department of Agriculture thu
corn crop or Kentucky Is placed at 103
Cairo hhould inaugurate an expos
tlon enterprise. S!iu will not have lairs ;
then why not an exposition? It would
. inaguu is reporieu on ino riji la
. , i . . . ii. . ..it i
lauds, it Is said thu cannibals aru starv
nig, and that 10,000 deaths occurred In
The St. Louis Diinaich says that If
thu government don't soon recall its In
dian commissioners, they will como back
An exchange says that Joaquin Mil
lei's paroxysms are sufficiently relieved
to iiermlt him to wear ordinary apparel.
Whero Is Mrs. Miller?
A negro named Fdmond Moore
ravished a negro woman in Kentucky.
He has gone to thu better laud. Mob,rope,
dark night, mid a hickory tree.
I'hu President's outfit for the Long
Hranch lounge tilled six cars, and con
sisted of thirteen horse?, six negro ser
vants, and onu ear of baggage alone.
What will Under do wllh the sword
he is having made? Wouldn't a soup
spoon havo been more appropriate?
Conundrum for thu people of Nuv Or
leans to answer.
Thu Cincinnati Gazette says that If
Don Pedro, of llrazll, carries out his in
tention ol visiting thu United States, he
will be "the llrst actually reigning sover
eign" to visit our shores.
Wirt Sykes, Olive Logan's husband,
has patented a pair of sugar tongs that
won't take up Ilies with tlie sugar. And
lie took Oyve up when he married her.
Uy tho way, ain't Olive getting pretty
well along lu years?
Little Had Man, Spotted Tail, Spotted
Dear, Spotted Hull, and Man-afraid-oi-hls
horses, aro their names: nnd they known
drunken commissioner when they sou
one. Theso arc very lino names for a
small and select tea-party.
It Is about time for New Orleans to
have a grand fandango and grapu and
cannlster galop. Mississippi Is at rest and
It Is not reasonable to suppose that tho
cheerful citizens of Louisiana will keep
quiet long enough to permit the Demo
cratic party to trot around thu political
Why don't the press quit that useless
twaddle about the "royal family" when
they allude to Grant and, his family.
Such an allusion Is insulting to people
who know that all thu Grants in thu uni
verse, and all tho monarchies of thu world,
will not blot out our republican institu
tion. Give us a rest on that royalty bus
iness. Tho Now Oilcans Times, in an Item
ized editorial, says: "General J. C.
Pcmbcrton, who was in command of
Vlcksburg at its capture lu 1SU3, is now
In thu employ of tho Pennsylvania Cen
tral railroad, superintending their iron
foundry at Amboy, New Jersey." Wo
wcro of the opinion that Pcmbcrton had
crossed tho river years ago.
Cornejo, another of tho assassins qj
President Moreno, has been captured and
shot at Quito. Dr. Manuel Polauco, with
whom ho was In correspondence, lias
been sentenced to nluo years' Imprison
ment, nnd will bo further tried by court
martial as chief Instigator of the conspi
racy. Several other citizens Implicated
In the affair havu been banished. Itigld
measures have been adopted against tho
General Taylor did not bay "Glvo
them a llttlo more grape, Captalu Uragg 1"
at the battlo of, Uuena Vista; but
to Uragg, who said "General, I
shall havu to fall back with my battery
or lose it !" replied lu tho following opl
gramatlo manner : "Captain Uragg, It Is
better to lose n battery than a battle.'
Tho Hon. L. U. Mlzuer, now of-Callfor-nla,
gives this version of tho scene that
has become historic.
Tho Philadelphia Chronicle views tho
situation from a genuine Democratic
standpoint. It remarks: "Industry lan
guishes. Working men are out of
employment. Millions of capital are lying
Idle in bank vaults, vainly seeking invest
ment. Why? UecauHo ot the Incoin.
potency nnd venality of the leaders ot thu
parly hi power. Filteen years of almost
unlimited and uiiicstileted Republican
rule lias brought tt this as Its fruits.
Surely It Is time that misrule should
como to nn end." I no editor or tlie
Chronicle Is milled ton pot olllce when
Democratic rule commences to redeem
thu nation lnelmllMy the South.
This Is a new style of plcuro now be
ing produced by Win. Winter, the nrtld,
ot this city. Thee picture. are creating
much Interest lu all theprluelpnl hiftern
and Western cltie-. being altogether new.
They are unlll.e photographs, being
raised and beautifully enameled over thu
entire surface, soft In tone, but distinct In
tho lights and shades. No one who sees
them falls to admire them, or to give tliu
artist nn order. We havu been shown a
number of picture4 of well-known ladles
and gentlemen of the city, and havo no
hesitation lu pronouncing them pern-clly
plendld. Wo would therefore advie all
who take hiterc't In "itch matters or de
sire pictures, to rail upon Mr. Winter nt
his itallerv and examine his work in thl
new branch or the shadow-rapturing art
PILSENKi: at Louis Herbert's.
We have at thu llnxin iNonico for sale
at a discount, w'Hif the Madison House
Cincinnati, (.Main, between Front nnd
Second) payable hi hotel accommoda
tions nt the rate of 2 25 per day. Scrip
l In order nt $1 00 each. Apply to
H. A. I'.uiiNurr.
We now oiler the most complete llneol
shoe of vutv description that ha ever
been offered to the. Cairo public.
O. Haytiiorn . Co.
J nut ill.
Ten tab? choleo Northern butter
New Vork Store, for city trade.
LTrl'll'tuer ",cl 1,1 Oenrno l.attn"r's
Saloiip, 011 Commercial avenue, between
Fifth ami Sixth street'.
Hunt mill filler.
,Fut received by O. Ilayihorn & Co.,
;J00 case? boots and shoes for Mile wholi;
sale and retail. Gents' lluu cutoin shoe,
lu new style, just leeched,
O. llAvrnoitx Co.
.ollee-Ke-, It llel'orc llie reople.
iJry j;oods, Kroccries, boots and shoes,
queetisware. hats and caps, Jeans, wood
and willow ware, etc., etc., sold cheap
at the New York Store. Largest abort
ed slock In thu city nt wholesale and
Awarded tho Hlghent Medal at Vienna.
I. I I I
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nmlTlll'ltSHA Y at I o'clock in.
I.i.nf.tCniroi iay'IUi:MA uii'l r'HIDA ,at
"Die clif"it sMi-wlittl klojinir
7111 !wo Kinsvfl!o for Cairo every I CL'S
li.W mid I'ltl AVm l o'clnct i. m
Will li-!ri.'(iro vi-ry vvkii.m:siA Vi iid.T
fill) W'attloVltick i. in.
1 lie di'sant f utc-vvbcit stranu r
Leaves Kvantrllln for Cnirn evrrr WLIi.VKs-
I.YaiilATUItAlY Kt.')j. in.
Leave Cairo every illUltulMY and SUNDAY
nt lip m.
Laeh boat makes close connections at Cairo
with nrst-class tcHiiivrn for nt. l.ouli, .Mini
)ihlund New Orleans, and ut Kvaiiavillu with
tlie K. A C. II. It for nil point NortliuiM li-t.
and with tliu Louisville Mail bleulners Tur nil
polnla on the Upper Ohio, giving through n
cviptt on fixlghts and pa.-eniera to all mint
1'or I'nrtli r Inforniatlnn npjily to
hOL. alLVKIt, l'iiH5enper Asetlt.
I. -M, l'HILl.ll'S, ' Atn1'
Or to M ,1 (iUAMMKit,
Siiiiirlnteinltnt and Ccneral Prelght .K?nt,
p -l-'JO-ly . Kvnniville Indliina.
Tlii preparation Is now acknowledged to be
tupirior to all known remedies lor the Urat
ayphillis in oil its Stages, Scrofu-
ioub Aucctions, unronio ui
corH, Eaiargumout of tbo
K'urcIaVr In f-vulnltlc ilUwir, In wbleli it
has iaei; many, lnn ghcu up just hope by
eminent physicians It is entiiely egetable.
.NoeliatiKrM illet is nspi ri.i uml eun lie taken
ill nil eoliilltloiiB ot the system with Mifety, ami
in connection wllh other medleines, If llie pa
,'ent to miy part of b United Stales by ex
press, free fromnbserMdlon.
N It. "iiiiiile;paekuges n ntloanvjuiitof the
UnlKd States, on ttcelpt ot ,. Aihfie.-s
.'oi North Sixth stmt, st Louis ilo.
In Chancery Matter's Sale.
Plate of Illinois, Alexander County Kft.
In the Alexander County Circuit Com I,
William M. Alhertnn and John llodes vi-. John
Ilolden and Margaret VViillucc 1'aitition.
TJ1U1H.IC notice Is hereby kUcii llin In nur.
ST suaiicvofn decree r nuered in the olimu
futltleii catiec, In fsm court in the .May linn
theieol, ,, li, ls70, i, Joiuiij, uurniun matter
in chancery of Hild county, will on 'iueaday
thu -Hi day of October, A. II. 17', ut the
hour of 1 o'clock p in. of eald day, m-ll at litib-
lie veuiluc, at the court housvdoor in lliueiiy of
Cairo, In said comity, t c lollou lng eocriud
leal estuie. io-wii: I lie sootn null ot the noi lli
east (purler of rectlon twent)been (7), toun
ehlp illleen (15), eoutli ranee, mimlier two CD
west ol the thud prluulpal meriiliau iu the
county oi Alexander ana ntalcol Illinois, to
gvtber with the teiiemenls and hciedltameuts
luemimo iHiouging or uiereto iipiTtuiniiig.
Terms of ,-ale une-lmlf cash in hand but
r.nre in one und two years equal payments,
with six i;r cent interest per annum I hen on
tieierrru payments to be tecuii.il by niurtfc'ast
ill, I, iv I'lmtiiv DWi,
Cairo, lllluole, hepleiuber'.'Cth. 1S73.
JOHN Q II A It MAN,
Master in ( haucerv
Llncgar S. Luntilcn, Compluluauts' solicitors
WHITNEY &. HOLMES
TTllfly Klfiriuit Ntyle. with Vatuahle Ira-
X' proremeiilsi tw ami lleautllul Solo hlops,
liVI.lt (ll. Ill Illi.vNli (Iririihi.ts und Mini-
clans indor e thc-eiligiuisiiiiil rec innieinl them
us ! nelly l'lrNl.'lnN in 'I'onu Meeliiinisn.
Htid linrabllity. Warramed live jens. 8w
for pure list.
HIIITSKY& HOLMES OltOANCO..
0-f:;l-wlt Quincy, Illinois
TNI von Kg legally obta ncd for Incomuatl-
"I XJ hllity, etc. resldiucetiuu-eceiaryi fee after
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF
DBUQQIBTS' FAHCY UOODS,
WAX FLOWER MATEHTAL,
VTTh solicit rnrrr iwinilcnee nnl onlm fr ni Dnii
vv or kooii in our line
Illlot Willi reliable DrtiK
At iTa lomililo mli
WHOLESALE c RETAIL,
74 upio levco,
Wood! Wood! Woo d !
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cairo & St. Louis Trnnnfer &
1111 orders for Wood nntl Coal. Douvcroa to any par ot mo uiiy. ut
tho Lowost Cash Prfco. ot'fc'iuis
Louiu Narrow Qaugo Depot.
V'-od, i feet, per oord
Wood, sawed, por cortl
Wood, naw.d und upllt.pcr cord
Coal.ca load, pr ton
Coal, car load, Htnidjton
Coal, car load, one-half ton
I.o.vo ordorH nt F.M. 8tockl-th'B,02 Ohio lAvee. ut tho Crj-tal SaJoou, corner
Sixth street nnd Commercial Avenue, and at tho Company a Offlco.
Ordvri Solicited anil Promptly Filled.
F. M. WARD, Supt.
J AS g.l4AlTJ-3,SGo'ycgt Trsas.
t. M. STOCHFLIiTH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
foubio-n 3in -dombstio
Wines and Ltiquors.
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Kcopu a full st 'cl: of
Monongahela, Rye and Kobinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN.
KELLV ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
Offered for Sal-! at
Great Reduction in Frioes,
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Table Linens, Percales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Larue Stock of Whtto Oooda. Victoria Lmvna. Sudsn Maraailoo. and u L'ir,'C Stork ot
Itibbana. I hU emli atock will ! sold iitaclusl cot. and continue until it is closed out. tnl.
id becomlneed of (Jre.it llurtruliis I TKK.Ms
Corn or Eiglitb.
I : i
COLLIER WHITE LEAD.
mdy .ician nnd licnrrnl Store in wan
MiilicliiP Uisro Wnilncl or . r
RKTAIL eZ iRE5CRITIO
"aihlno- A v., Cor. 8th
Coal Company i3 ow prepared to
jssu iaku m, tno uairo at.
OF DRY 600DS
hTKI TI.V O Vll.
St. and Commercial Av