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UIMM'Kllir.N.
W. L. BRISTOL,
FAMILY
GROCER
KocpH ovorything portainiwr to
tho lino of Stuplo rind Pnnoy Gro
oorioH, Woodonwaro, Vei'otnblCH,
FruitB, &c, &c. '
kV. Si'
Sr.'
Try My Nov Style Mixed
T US ,
Did'cront Combination From tiny
Ucforo Oircrcd in tho Market,'
und or Excellent Fin vor.
Choico Seluttlonof
QUEENSWARE,
GLASSWARE.
CROCKERY WARE
and FLOWER POTS.
i UITU M BRATS tar&,
TUB BOW5
WISCONSIN BUTTER,
Sitr' a?.d Rich
Central Hop Yeast
Aaain This Sumtnor.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILI.
OA l,
Coal Goal.
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
MT. CAREON(Big Muddy)
AND -
PEYTONA OANNEL
COAL!
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
jromptlv attonded to.
t"3"To largo consumers and all
Manufacturers, wo aro prepared
.0 supply nny quantity, by tho
month or yoar, at uniform rates.
CAIKO CITY COAL COMPANY.
tt-IMIIiluy Urn 'miffli c, No 70 Ohio Lcvcc.
jj-lloiri'lay llio " l..n 1 l...it
ST" At I.H'jj.tlaii Milli, or
J.J-AI ttie Mint foot ol Tlnrly-LlKllt
lrn t
tyd'oct oitlce Ur.iv.cr, ).
VALENTINE RESCH,
G-ROCEB.
-Healer In
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Game and ail kinds ot tresii
Fruit and Vegetables.
Eighth Street, Carro. Ill
KJ-llriU'i-s for Stumilioatii iromjit)y llllcil nt
iny hour, day or nlfiht 7-13-lf
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
mourn stju:i:t.
larnighost Cash Trico paid for
obh ana uatiio.
A Book for the People.
I'lliaiukwu i a K.iiituaio niniii-ui Kink oi
or
!lUU ll,lllli!i IDllililll U' lUliii'J'MlIK1
ii.nniAJi:.
)u i nii'1 i-tiumvln., itu liiu Miluitli
iij'irul ii'iillial iiiatiuii.iil Lhc .i'ki.,
Inin.thoJIytleilenorilcjuoductlon, lie. A.iurUutJ
wiirrincu. II. unlit, unu i.i,(Ulltll( h
luniiy inn." ""ui.aii.iiiiu wrmory tnuuen
.rinlv.Ort'iai'll.tithim,linluilliiji uli luiin.i.i I'cv
V.I1GI tl.ll nikll fJhrOlllll IliUAftL..M ..' I.. ..I...... . ., il.d
tfiKti or tiny u.o.txuuUi .innuiul iiu'iUn.
vil vt tti-tt Ijituru mul ullrr marring, liatliiiiitlnv
nature Ua ay utitl Impolency arhuij ii.uii.vliurtutlie
u.rrlid hii.I Ilium iiMtUniUiiii niarrluKo. .Nt.t a mue
iiiftkK aamuwuirnii inn i.uiw uinjr niiur P'ltmui wuir.
:tyuig Minieiuut r ir i:iiiu 1r ulltho r1,mu til.iu.d,
Vic, iiht imcri.il.ii'.u'.uiiillH I'Ut't, l,.''i). A 1'mn.
Mttuii lit? tiniTiniil iii'utuii'iit ot' BprrmittoiThcn, ul,
11 cuuti nil uf lliv ubuvu vntl.. M nt In fciiilul uiai)ii r nil
i-vt'ijii i'i .mm w .iiiuii jii'iitviii Arviiii.u uiiuti!
tbuti'tll.ru.i., 10 t'Uin. IOiU. Aliilli-.
THEMED10AL& 8UF.UI0AL1NSTITUTC,
mm
VOL. 7.
i.nti'ou iti:. i.r:itN.
R. SMYTH & CO;,
Wholn.ili ant ttel.ill Unlirs In
Foreign nnd Domestic
LIQUORS
wn.f:s or am, Kixns.
No. GO Ohio Lovoo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
VfKSMIt' SJinil A ffl lute roiMtuilljr
-1 VI. u Iutkc "lock of tin- lnt Rood In ll.c Inur
kit, ami k'hi' vih- altintlim tullir uholwuile
rillK.lt of I liC Illllilll'H
wmu.f s vi.i; ;itoi i:its.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
All 1
Commission Merchants
AOKKTS AMERICAN POWDEK CO.
57 Ohio Lovoe.
G. D VILLIAM30N,
Wholesale Grocer
Deuli r a
BOAT STORES,!
Commission Merchant,
No. 7G OHIO LEVEE.
Ol'hf I A (.attention iriten tocitilj.'imnnta and
O llllii'.- order.
I'AI.VP AMI OILS.
B. F. PARKER,
Dealer In
(Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
nZlTJOIIES.
iVull Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &e.
lwir on land, tLe rfl.' ra'.il Wlnmlnatln?
AlItOKA Oil,.
nroNr' lEJuiiciiiic;,
Cortmr Eleventh Street und Wushlnif
ton Avenuo
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
I'lKprlrlul,
IHXIM5I. ,XI 1JLAXK HOOK
MANUFACTURER,
BuUntin Building-, Cor. Twelfth Stro.it
und V.'ahlilnctou Avenue,
Orvix-o. XllirxoXni.
t3l omity unit Ciilrond Wcik u .nt'ial' .
Tho Bost is ulu-uys tho Cbcnpost?
nm tank
70 U
Grocers,
Druggists,
Mills,
The sliding top Is without Beams or
hinges, nnd cannot ct out of ordor.
Tho mensurlnp; Pump Is the onclest,
rneteet, nnd ONLY PATENT PUMP used
In n gnlvnnlted Iron tank. Price reduced,
fiend for Cntnlosue.
WILSON &. EVENDEN,
VitrnU! rnt Miuflurrn,47 A. 49 Wtit Uk St.i t'l.ic-3
ForSalo at Manufacturers prices by
Barclay Bro's.,
Wholesale Druggists,
CAIRO, ILLS.
lmtod.
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker,
SIXTH STREET, Botwoon OIIIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
AVENUE.
Miuiufuuturos hla own Horae Shoes nnd
can AuauvoQood Work.
PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
'j.'.'-lm
waiitliiir Hi'lioul Fiiriiltiiriiiiriiiiilolinncl wrlto
J H, IIAKKII, Nn. II N M'MMHIi hl.,bl l.uuln, l0,
xuu tu.v M,iui: iri'Ax,
4
A V7 Etc.
III
Office. EvxlletlM. Z3iiiiaior. Comor T-wolftl. Sl-.zaai and.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1875.
ihc n!l(stin.
MIT to in;.
'IhrrimeMiM, "t.ft but tills lonirinlii In' pnit.
Mid I alinll fu l in) bucvIih-si In Die urn,
And pour iu liilnts, Into lire at lat
Hut Wlirll the mill HMJilolif,
Hut when dawn eitnklnl throii!'i liticlonihil
ulr,
slii' w.i, not their.
I lie link mid, "rt IhiI wlnli r iK-mmy.
Ami IiIoh'oiih come, nnd llfihl, mid I Mill
rmr.
And lox' (lit- nirlli, nnd l o the tolrcnfilay ;"
Hut wln'ii Ihcf notrii Wfrno'rr.
Hut lien npilnir btnkf In lilueii(i o tt h'tid ,
1 In- lark tra, ilr.i I.
And Injtl.id io t'4inRi1r tin- K"irili-!i kIou-,
And nLyl.ii U r.irollel nil tlic uinmi-r loiij
What lnck ul'binl to lnw nnd flowi'm to Kf"K 1
Yet, ah, lot srf'iit, lout ionKl
I'iMir empty row, iioor lark Hint uiTrrtrlll"!'
Drid iiiifnlflllr.lt
IVirnhlll M.inaliie AL'i.cta WiliT.u.
"DOCTORED"" T0 "DEATH.
Ili'liitlx i' I lie To I'll ii I ii AhorConlsli'
t'rliiii-.
( IiIuiko 'I'llncl
'J'oito.vio, Oct. 1"!. "Doclor" iiml .Mrs.
I).ivl, (Ii. uliuiti'inUU. were convicted
mill .-ciileiieeil tit the Voik iiill :il.c.
lii'te to-il.-iy. 'J'hclr eriinc wni the ninr
ilcr ofilisii .Jane Viiii'hn Hilinoitr. It
as a uio-t iiriiviitLiI nllair. Willi the
exception ol the ctlchtnteil .iiaihuii
Ora; e.i-c nt ltio,:kville htvt .-iimincr.
no iiiiiider Ithil that lias everouie helbn;
the Ciiiiadlan ii'-icii h: awalieneil mure
general lntere-t, anil no jitiltiient of
tliath hui tver heen tnoro heaitllv tip
proved. Tlie stor' of tin- murder and the ane.-t
and 1 1 1 it I ol the oll'endei-, ! Inlelly thN :
.Some three and a half year.- njro a family
coijii-tlii"; of father, mother and daugh
ter eaine out Iroin Kdltibiirgh, .Scotland,
and ettli'd on a latin a few mile. north
of here. Their name win Ullmoiir and
the place wheie tln.-y lied u known as
Vaughn. The daughter va qtilti" pretty
and young, llernaine ivai .lane Vaughn
Oilinoiir. Her father wm not rich and
file va lorced to "ervc ;i hou-emalil,
nil occupation i.ir It om dNgraceful in the
country. Alter living at two or thtee
place near her lather'- home -he came
to roronto' ind engaged in the family of
a friend. .Mr. .lolm (.'lenient-. Here .'lie
leiuaini-d until the.Sih of .Inly, when -lie
h it -itddeiily and without a-dgnlug -ul-lleltnt
rea-on. Ilcr iricuiU never l-ir
her alive again.
It 6eeuii that -he went directly, and
probably in accordance with some pre
viously arranged programme, to the e.
tabli-liiuetit of lioctor"' IiavN, a rpiack
who had an olllce for the treatment of fe
male Irregularitl, .- at No. I, KxchatiL'u al
ley, near .cott -trcct. ."-he was "cell to
enter till?- den on the -ame day that she
left the (.'leiiieiils'. by an old woman who
occupied room- Iu that vicinity. The old
woman noticed with con-idcrable partic
ularity the clothe .'he wore, and re
marked that idle 'topped on the Mnirs
and chatted familiarly with the bogm
"lioctor" about a canary hanging there.
Hut n day or two later it telegraph ope
rator going home from lil.i work nt mid
night, heard wild .-hriek-i n- he paed
Exchange allity. lie flopped and li
tem d. and heard distinctly a woman'
voice iu "Doctor" I avl' rooiiii crying,
moaning and .-creaming. "Oh, don't" bv
turn-, l're-ently the yells were stilled.
otui- one wa tuppre-fing the noi-e by
violence. Strange a- It may scorn, th'e
yontig iiinn pas-ed on without giving any
alarm.
The next day D.ivl- apjieuied at the
neighboring carp'-nter'.- and ordered n
box. The inea-uiciiientn were given by
tint woman who pa-ed as iJavN' ii"e
and the box was made but not nailed to
gether. It wa of a ptoper de to cover
a wonian's body and wa delivered
promptly. IJ.ivi- then called at a livery
stable and ptocuied a hor-e and bu-.'gv.
lie drove to a groeer-, unhitched tlie
animal and placed it before the groci r-'
wagon, and returned to his olllce late
that night. Here he wait (I until he -up-po-ed
everybody had left the .-ticet.-.
Then, with the if-M-taliee of hi "wife,"
he dumped the box into the wagon and
drove oil. llcfore going he look the pre
caution to attempt a di.-giiUc by covering
the lower half of hl lace wl'th a hand
kerchief. The couple, with their horrible freight,
mi cd their way, and were forced ti
hail a citl.eii and inquire. Their conduct
excited suspicion, and tho police cry
'lion heard that a conln had been taken
from Davis' den. It was uppn-ed that
it wa- lobe fhlpped out of the city bv
rail, and the depots were cloudy watched.
The Davi-e- had arranged a diU'eicut pro
gramme, however, and thus eluded pur
Milt. They passed out of the city by tlie
liloor .-ticet road, and In u hollow be
tween the city and a neighboring hill
buried their victim. No eye sae that of
the Almighty was there to witiio.s. ami
they went back home and tdept fcounlv
iu the belief that I heir crime had been so
concealed that juMice could never over
take them. Tlie next day they washed
all of Ihe bedclothlng iu the house with
great caioand took thu apparel that kail
belonged to their victim to the rear of an
old saloon ucai by, and there burled It In
an a-h-baircl mi that it seemed absolutely
unrecognizable.
Hut nil of this time a chain of evidence
wa- weaving about Ihctu ami their guilt
was dc.-tiucd .-non lo II ml them out. On
Saturday, the :il-t ot duly, nearly a week
alter the ei hue was committed, tho box
wa- unearthed in thu ditch near Hloor
slreel. The covering of earth was very
scanty and thu .-incll of dccoinpo-lnl:
lleh attracted a pas.-er-by who .-ought to
gratify hi.- ciiilo-ily, and thus discoveied
the rude eollln. Au alarm was at opto
given and an immeii-eeoiicoureu of peo
ple gathered about. The box was open
ed ami a naked bod v lotiud lying on its
side within, packed iu a quantity of loo-u
straw. A tell-tale cheiui-e wa found In
the straw. Several physicians wern miiii
moucd and an examination made. A
wound through the cellular ti tie ol the j
anus wa-ill-covered, and the genlial or- 1
gan weie much swollen. Tho brca-ts
weui large, and the nipples well de- i
velopcd. These facts, taken Iu connec
tion with eoutusloiiilouud upoudillei-elit
parts of the body, continued the physi
cians iu the opinion that tho woman iiad
died from thu cll'ccts of a violent attempt
to produce abortion by mechanical means.
A closer liive.-ti":atloii developed the fact
beyond any question that a fetus had
been removed from thu womb, and mm
doctor gave It as his judgment that tho
deceased had been pregnant forlioin four
to live months.
Ac soon as thu discovery ol tho body
wa noised about, thu carpenter, livery
stableman, mid sirocer. who had uncon-
i sclou-ly aided iu thu burial of the victim,
i came forward promptly nnd told their
stories. I.lttlu doubt remained that Da
vis and his woman had committed thu
crime, and Ihey wero taken Into custody.
, Thev stoitllv denied all knowledge of thu
nfliilrand went to jail with r. grim deter-
I initiation to f'ice it out. Tlie trial wn3
begun on Wednesday lat and terminated
to-day. The prisoners endeavored
i to secure nn acquittal by imMilug i
forward a a witness an old ht-
I vant girl of their who swore that all of
i the clothing which had been prcvloti-lv t
Identlllcd a Jane Ollutoiir'n by tho yle
I Urn's father and other friend's-, v.i her
own. lint a shrewdly innnagid cross
examination broke herdown completely,
nnd the lurv verv promptly returned 'a
venllct ot'giillty ol murder In tho ilr.it
degiee against bolll of the defendant.
Ills lord-hip, .Mr. .lustlcc Alorri'on. sen
fenced the pair to hang on the sth of De
cember, a ilecMou which, no one here
doubt., is eiiiliientlv just. Davl ha
never been registered1 as a physician. Ho
eauiu here trout Cleveland some yearn
ago and has nlway been considered an
Ignorant quack.
Three Micerv I'm- Hill Allen !-llu
Tn !!. IM'l. iu Like ii Hero.
luc inmti Comu.crclul.
After it was all over I felt It mv duty
u a tine friend to call on Uov. Allen, and,
If ncces-ary, cxpre-s my sympathy for
hi defeat. Arrived at the mansion, I
was met at the door by hi son-in-law.
Dr. Scott, who at once u-hered inc Into
thepiesenco of the (iovernor, who re
ceived me with the satire genuine old
Virginia cottrte-y for which he U famed.
Inputted with "Well, Governor, by thu
way you look I guess vott're all right
you arc not crying over spilt milk, I
i-hotild judge."
"Well, my friend, I am not. I never
felt more jolly in my lile. Now, i am
going to make an ob-trvatlo'i -tralght
iroin my heart, and I want von newspa
per men to believe me. I give you mv
word a an hotn -t and honorable maii,
per-onally I did not care a baubce for Ihe
olllce. Of course I feel for my party."
This Hie (joverimr -aid wltli n cheery
air. and without the 1-a-t shadow of lc
gret or walling.
"Governor, lo what do von attribute
your defeat V
"Oh. I don't know tiod only know5
Unit. I had a d1 of a load to carrv.
thete'.i no doubt of that. I'd rather not
.-ay what it was ju-t now."
"Don't you think, (ioM rnor. that Gen.
f'arey had .-omethiug to do with if?"
"Now, look here, don't vou lead me
into living anything again-t Sain. Your
editor ha about lixed. Mm alrcadv, and
what's the ti-c of getting alter thu poor
d I any more."
"Well, I don't know. Governor; but
Sam 1- Mich a terrible en- that it's haul
to keep one's hand off of him."
"Well. well, let him go. Cover him
with the mantle of charily."
"Hut, you ice, Governor, that can't be
done, 'i here'.-no mantle largu enough
to cover the fellow. He'd -lip out some
how, and join .-oine party lie thought had
tho most votes,"
"Well, Governor, I don't want to bore
you. Have you any objection to discuss
your defeat any further?"
"Well, I don't care to ,-av anv more on
thu .-ubject. Vou can Ju-l av that I am
fully satl-lled with thu verdict of the peo
ple, and congratulate th Kopubllcan
party on its luck hi electing so good a
man a Gen. Hayes, i.'otne, take a glass
of wine with me."
With that the Interview cea-ed, and
the old Governor settled htui-elf down In
h chair, seemingly content lo re-nine
hK intereour.-e Willi the literature of the
pa-t and present age, of thu world.
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;.t ci'iloi- Allies .SiiiienileiH.
Alierdii'ti Kvnnliivr )
Aware that the people of the whole
State were iu arm- to resist his dainnablu
attempt to march armed negro militia
into peaceful neighborhood; anil being
at hot fully as-uicd that thev Intended
bu-ines- and would di-ariu hi nein-ocs
and lifit upon hi- head and the heaiN of
lit tulvi-er- a tearful retribution iu the
event of tho .-hed.ling of Innocent blood
by ihe lawless mob- that do Id bidding,
he ha- agreed to dl-baud hi- armed ne
groes, and to depo-it their arms under
tho guardianship of men leprcseniing
both political parties. For once In Id's
life Ames has acted wisely,
N.vininoiim ul rnlnrrli
Dull, heavy headache, ob-truclion of
the tia.-al pa ages, di-ehnrge- falling
from the head Into tlie throat, sometime.,
'iofu.-e. watery, and inllatned ; there i
ringing In the ears, I'.eal'uos, hacking or
coughing to clear the throat, expectora
tlouof oll'en-lvu matter, together with
scabs from ulcer-; thu voice Is changed
and has a nasal twang, thu breath Is of-fen-iM',
smell and tasto aio impaired ;
tliere Is a sensation of dl.ltie., mental
dem-ession. hacking cough, ami general
debility. Only a lew of tliu above-named
symptoms are. however, likely to bo pres
ent iu any one case. There i- no dlsea-e
more common than Catarrh, and nmie
le.-.- iindei-lood by phyi-ielans.
int. sAor.'s cATAnint iir.Mi:nv.
I-, beyond all compari-on, tlu bc-i prep
aration for catarrh ever ill-covered. I'll
der thu lulhiciice of lis mild, -nothing,
an i healing propcrllc-. thu dii-wifu .-oou
yields. The Golden .Medical Di-covety
should bo taken to correct the blood,
which Is alwa - at fault, and to act ,-pe-cllically
upon ihe ill-eased gland and
lining inenibraii" of the uo-e. The Ca
tarili Ifemedy should be applied warm
with Di: I'U'rce'n 4'nit Doiiciclhu only
lu-trumeul bv which lluids can bo per
fectly Injected to all tho pa-sages and
I'haiuhcr id the tiii-e trout which dis
charges proceed.
These medicine- me -old by drug
gist. I'm- the Month ol October.
During the lever season of la-t mouth,
thu slock of Aycr's Ague Cure hi tho Old
N'oith Slate became uxhauMcd, and be
fore a Mtpplv could be received from Lo
well, the stiilerhig from chill- and fever
became fearful. A few parties wet u mi
fortunate as lo have it on baud,
und In Iredell county, the drug
gists eked out their -lender stocks by
selling do-e. a sponiilul each for a dol
lar. .Many paid leu dollars for a bottle,
when thu regular price I- but one, anil
thought theiu-elves lavoicd at that, so
valuable are tho curalive properties,
of this preparation, which not only ex
pels ihu pol-ou from the syMcm, but
leaves the patient with imluip ihed health
and vigor. Ilntciph (.V, ('.) Shmlurtt.
BOOK AGENTS WANTED.
Wu wnnt llv- iiii-ii uim ilP'tlli; In inaku u lin.l
tU'.niifM'lllii'r bunks Ii) iihi:iiitliin tu tnku
ttiiltiiry mi ntir utw "llllory of fnwu," ur
"tlltiiiy of Knueai, ' ' or "llUtiny nf Wli-cnii-kln,"
or "lll(iry in' tins Nurtliwut " l.iieh nf
theMi lonliM mv new nnd rontuln mr l.'il llliu
liiitiiinn chcIi. 1 1 in l.irti'i' f r i'11 int'nuliiRH.
Ynii can m'!I iw iifn tiMv lll.turv tinny nnunf
nny nlher li.iuk. Wi'ulii' ,,lml KnUniy,
lllii'iiil L'niiimlKnlon, I'ln, Semi rni'ii'lv.iU ti'iiiH,
.iniili' luifkuKiM. cluulni'i, etc , to lhc ollU'ii
nniit'jt Jim. AiIiIivhm
ll II. ltUNi;i,li CO , I'lililliheia,
Minllion, Wit., or Dm Molnf't, Iowa,
10.15-M '
nIMim
Wa.aii.lxs.trt. Avo
j PROMINENT ADVANTAGES
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
1 'V,
l QU,CK AND UN1,F0RM
Great Durability with Handsome Designs, and Giving PERFECT
SATISFACTION Everywhere.
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
012, OM, 010 nnd 018 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
-i: nC- W' HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
J. BURGER A CO.
Still Ahead as Usual
This Firm has just brought on
an Immense Stock of
Fall & Winter Dry-Goods
-COMPRISING ALL TILE
NOVELTIES OT thb SEASON
WHICH THEY OFFER AT
Sacrificing Prices,
AND WHICH HAS CAUSED THE
EVER SEEN
A LARGE, BRAN -
CARPETS AND
Rockwell's Old Stand,
I'llYNH'I.WS.
Y"ILI'IAI R- SillTU. n. D.
ItUStUKNCK. il TlilrUtnth Mrrtt, le
Ivrivn W;nliliigtonnLmieiinil Walnut atrect.
Ot't'lUi:-. North rMe of V:ihth ntnct
tween UotuinerrUl uiel Wiulilimlnnuvi'ime.
o.
W. DUJfNINQ, M. D.
ItK.Ili:,-ei: Cnwr Nlnlli mill Walunt
tnrti.
Ot'flCK: Comer SUtli ttmt mil Ohio Ivi.
OKKICi: ItOtntS- Krom tl ii in. film. . unit
troiii '.' tu d l in.
i,.v vvi:its.
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OUN H. KUI.KEY,
Atlorncy at Iiti.
CAlltO, ILLINOIS.
On'IC'K. At ivjIiIi'iiiv nil Ninth Strut, It
tHein WusMnatiin nu'inieiiml WiiluutM.
Q.REEN & GILBERT,
Attorneys nl Cuuiisi'loi'N
at Ltur.
OKKKJi:. Ohio Ivrc, rooms ; and S
til;' Nullonul flunk,
William It Urecn, )
ll',1.1"1'.1." Ii..,,llh'rt I -'AII!0. ILLINOIS.
Mllcn I'rut'k Ulllcil )
CSl'iclul altentlim glvcu to Ailmlntlly and .
?t'UlltbOt llUlllK"8. I
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionablo Barbor
xonrn smi: or luouru sntmyi
Dotwoeu Wnulilnutou and Commercial
Avonueu.
Walders Clothing
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
oi'
FALL AND WINTER
CLOTHING
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
I K15. WALDER ia vecelvlnif daflyj a
I lariro uud splendid stock or woods,
und la dotormlned to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
IN CAIRO.
H Is resolvod to kIvo tbs very bost
coods for tbo very lowest prices. Call
uud su for yoursolvo.
Corner Sixth Street and Ohio
Levee.
tu-r-tr.
NO. 260.
AM ECONOMY" IN PRICE.
IN CAIRO.
NEW STOCK OF
OIL CLOTHS
124- Commercial Ave.
Cairo, Illinois.
lll'.AI. I'.STATi; aii:.t.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
Real Estate
HOUSE A-GKEHSTTS
COLLECTORS.
CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES PUBLIC
AND
Land Aconts of tho Ilttnoia Central and
IlurlliiHton and Clutncy R. R.
Compaulo.
I North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lovee,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
I. II. LVNCII.
M. i HOW LK.V
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
REAL JSISTjaLTJEl
AMI
House Agents,
Dolloctors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE-At thu Court Houe.
V.iKIKTY Mdlli:.
NTew-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Gooda Sold Vory Close.
Oomer 10th St. and Commercial Av
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
In Chancery-Master's Sale.
Muti' ul' Illinois, Ali'Miniler Cnniily s,
In thu AleAuniliTl.'nuiity L'iuult Coiltt.
Wlllimii M. Alht'iliili iiml iliihn limited vri. John
lliilileii iiinl .M.ii'h':iivt WulliicL'-l'uitiiliin.
JJJl'HLIC iinlliv U hi'iuliy Kit in that In liur
. nuiinru ol 11 ihvuv ivnilciiit In thu nlioto en
llthil imiimi in unlit I'limtut ilivUay It-nil Iheivnt'
A. I , l!"7'i, I, John (,. lluriiiiiii, inimter in
cliinriry ut nild ciiiinly, will, on Tiusilat, thu
-li day ol Uchiln-r. A ll , Ip7S, at Ihu Imnr of .'
o'clock p.m.. nl'i-uiil tlay.M'll at imlillc tcmlnf,
ut tin-court liniiBiMlniir in thu city of Culm, in
uulil colinly, thu rullntvluir iIcsciIIkkI leal italc,
In-Hit: '1 hu south liall'ol' Ihe iioiIIiciikI iiiinitcr
of .cctlini tiYt'nty-i-icii (.'7), towmhlli llflwn
(I'O, smith ranxu, nninUi- two (1) ic.l ol' Ihe
third iirincliuil imi'lillniii In tliu county ol Alex
am'tvr and ntatc uf llllimis, liij,-ullier tilth Ihu
U'licillt-nU und liunilltjiiicutj thcruuiitn he
loniciiiK or thcitto uiwrluinlni;.
1'i'i'lUH nl'.s.ilc-Oiic lmlf cash In hauil, lukincu
.11 one and two vuin equnl payiuentii, trllh tlx
perri-nt. Inlervat ir auiiiim ihriconi drleritil
jiayiuenU tu he arcurvd hy mort.'iiu on Ihu
iiroM'rty mild.
Crlro, IIIUoU, SeitemWr2ltli, 187.1.
JOHN (J. IIAIIMAN,
.Mjjtcr in l.'huncevy,
I.lnesni'A Ijiiisilen, Comiilaiminl'a Sollcltoiij
U.i-dlw
: OMM,M',l1 MMMHANTII.
R. W. MILLER,
FORWARDING
. ASD
Commission Merchant,
Amldroler la
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN HAY,
o-i-tr.
C. CLOSE,
(inert
Commission Merchant
AMD tlKALXR IX
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
HAIR, &( .,
Under City Natfout-i Kanh.
I WILL sell In car-loud lot! st iii.mi factuirri
iriccx, nililliiK KreiKht.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AND SON,
(Sncsora to Jolm It. fhlllU)
FORWARDING
AMI
Commission Merchants
Ami tl-a! i n
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
HEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agenti fcr LAFLIN & RAND P0WPKH CO
ICorner Tenth Street nnd Ohio
XiOVOO.
.. 1) JLilhUM. E C.
MATHUSS & UHL,
FORWARDING
An! Ueniral
Commission Merchants
Deulerj In
FLOUR, GRAIN. HAY AND
PRODUCE.
CJ1 oiiio Iiovoo.
P. CUHL,
Kxcltiolte
Flour Merchant
Millers' Agent.
No 0Ohlo Letcc,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
7'lG-lf.
E. J. Ayns.
S. l. Arr.
AYRES 6c CO.,
,PXjOTJI5
And trenenil
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
L. D. THOMS,
Commission Merchant,
BROKER
And dealer in
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
Forelirn und Domestic Fruits and Nuts
184 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
!-ctr.
DTAHT. IMI1KKII
II II, ( CNNINIIIUII.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
("iicceitoiij to Miller A I'aiVer,)
FORWARD G
AND
Commission Merchants
And Dealer In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
ETC,
01 OW.oult'lX. tWKO, ILLf.VOIS.
tnWi'lnive leiiHil the Lurm: Yellow Wart
lioii.se, flurajk-e rajucily ;i,ioo lunj, uhloh gltei
in aiiiihI'ucllltiei I'or Htm Iiir Hint uhlpiilujc.
INNlIHAXtK.
C. N. HUGHES,
licmral
Insurance Agent
OFFICE:
OHIO XsZlXTBSI.
Ortr Kathnti UM'i.
NO.NK hut I'Ir.t-C'lusa CouinuuleJ reir
einited.
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 18S8.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEK,
General
insurance Agents
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank BttlllUf , vp.itairt.
The Oldest KsUUUhed Asenoy In Sout
ru Illinois, rseresentlnu ovr
SG5 00O 000

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