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BH?IIIErt.
W. L BRISTOL,
FAMILY
GROCER
III
n Url in.
.' . . ktAMTrJ.
R. W. MILXER,
FORWARSINO
ASO
Commission Merchant,
And denier In
to
" w oispjB ana -anoy oro-
Try My Now Style Mixed
TEA,
Difleront Combination Prom any
Bcforo Offered iu tho Market,
and of Excellent Flavor.
Choice Selection of
QUEENSWARE,
GLASSWARE.
CROCKER YWARE
and FLOWER POTS.
i nun a h win,
THE "BOSS"
FIRE SXXTBXiER..
WISCONSIN BUTTER,
Sweet uxd Rich
Central Hop Yeast
Again Till Summer.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
Coal Coal.
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
AND
PEYTONA CANNEL
COAL!
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogshcado, for ehipmont,
sromptlv attended to.
lrTo largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
jo supply any quantity, by tho
saontn or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPART.
Ct-lliilll'luy lira.' office. No 7U Ohio Levee.
rj-lluirlay llni ' whurtlio.it.
FWt Kk) i.tiau .Mill, or
tr At the Coal Hump, foot of Tliirty-Klght
'jrct't
Office Drawer. .VO,
"A coiiiiilel I'lrlorlal History of h
'IliiK-a "I lie uvm, curHpeit, nnu
uiovt NUi-WNwrul family Puper
In (lie Villus
harperVweekly.
Illustrated.
NOTICKS OK THE 1-UK8S.
Tlio Weekly U the ablc.t and moid now.
crlut Illustrated periodical published Id
this country. Its editorials aro echulurly
nI runv ncl'ic ami curry much weight,
lis illustrations of current c.ents are lull
nt ires j, ami uro prepared hy cur best do
sli;ni" . Wlt'i a circuutlon o, loO.OOO. tho
Weekly U read a1 hastily half u million
persona, an I It Itiuiionco an an oitrnn ot
opinion Is hiraply treuicudnUK. The Week
ly nultitulnn a poslilvo po-ltlon, anil ex
presses derided view on political and so
cial problems. Louisville Courier-Journal.
lit u licit' hto iiioueis oi iiikii-ioubu ui:i-cus-lon,
und it pictorlul Illustrations are
often corroborative i.rKUnicnl of no fciaall
force.-N. V. Kxuinlncr and Chronicle
IU iiancrs uuon existent nuet on and Its
tnlinltulilo cartoons help to mould the sen.
limenis oi iuu country I'lttbUUrg vom
mcrclul. Tr.KMS :
Postage free to ubcrlbrs iu tuo Unltod
Dimes.
Harper's Wsnkly, one yonr ?4 on
Four dnllurs inelude ni'iimvmnnt ,rir
S, postni'o by tho publishers
Subscrlp i ns to Harper's Magazine,
Weekly, and Uaziir, '.a i.nujuliln.'s tor nu
'i, to ono auuress lor oiiu vear. wi ui:
An extra copy of lie Magazine, Weekly,
Oiib of live siiIim r Iters nt l 0(1 a i ll. Iu
r u..t , D,.iif.-vii li II n ii'i u.vi.
illlmlir MY m ffltlV. tiiitmrn linn
Back numbxi s can t oU.p fed at any time.
The anuiinl volumes ol Harper's vekly,
nnca' cloth binding, will 10 be;t by ex-
iiniiiieiK fill, couiiiri-iiiu enruiee i vniuinc..
ant nn recellit of cash at ilio r to ol lift 'Jr
ier volume, I'relgi.t atthecxpen o ot the
urcna-Bi.
jgF Nwpnjini aro not to cpy tills d
ertticment without the expre order ol
irnsrl lirotlier.
4reii HAItl'EU BROTHERS, N. Y,
.vSFytllinS Pertaining
VOL. 7.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and lUtili Dealers i
Foreign and Domestic
ZiZQXTOHS
WIIVKM OF AM, KINDH,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLS.
7VTKSSII-, Jjmil CO. haic coimUutly
A a- lame stork of the liett Rood In Hit mar
ket, nml Klecsiechd attention to I he ttholwinlt
mncn (j I mc iiuaines
hiioi,i:nam: oikm i:kn.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-And
Commission Merchants
AOENT8 AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dealer in
BOAT STORES,!
Commission Merchant,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
Ql'KCIAI. attention Kit en tocoiiiitnuurnts and
O llllliit: nnlcr-
I'Ai.v r ami on..
B. F. PARKER,
Dealer In
(Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
JfaW Papor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, Sic.
Alwnys on hand, tbc celrlirutnl lllumlnfitlng
AUItOKA OIL.
Corner Eloventh Street and Washing
ton Avenuo
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
T . C XZuola,
l'roprletor,
BINDER .1X1) BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER,
Bulletin Bulldlnir. Cor. Twelfth Streot
ana Watmnitton Avonuo,
Oaii'o, Xlllxxoiai.
Q"Comily nud Itallroud Woifc a .Specialty.
The. Sett it alwayi the Choapeit?
Grocers.
Druggists,
Mills,
The eliding top le without eeame or
hinges, nnd cannot get out of order.
The meaiurlns Pump le the eaeteet,
faeteet, nnd ONLY PATENT PUMPueed
In a galvanized Iron tank. Price reduoed.
Send for Catalogue,
WILSON A EVENDEN,
r.Unlm tii j MuwlK tann, 41 41 Writ Ut. St., Ctiuso-
For Sale at Manufacturer' prices by
Barclay Bro's.,
"Wholesale Druggists,
CAIRO, ILLS.
lni-votl.
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker,
SIXTH STREET, Botweon OHIO
LEVEE AND 60MMEROIAL
AVENUE.
Manufactures hi own Horae Shoe and
oau Assure Qood Work.
PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
o-'i-lm
sssiiii am iii iii
yWV!? Hool Jfurnlleroorsnpiillei slinuld write
J, K. IIAKF.lt, Kn. UN Heventliht.,m.l.ouU,Mo.
XuV CAM UaMJS it VAX,
TOR 1
JLM
Fucq al l
O0.e. aivalatlxa. Bxll&lsir, ComM TTwa-lftlx tx
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1875.
URir.r roRTiiE head.
(KipirH that neerccxie to yvjrnt
O hrlmmlnx lean t tin t De'rrnrcdriedl
IliriJp! IIioukIi tht-v iloirt, return
As tliuugh they had not died '
Tlie llvlnjcnrc the only ilesdi
'I lie iIki i lite ncTermiire to die i
And oflen when we mourn them fled,
'J'liey never Here o iiiKhl
Andthoiuh thcylle beneath the wavel,
Or pli-cp within tlircliiirclivnnldim,
(Ahl through how insny illlltunt Krave
(fod's chllilren to to him!)
Vet every rnve gives ti lis dead
r.re it 1. iiterKrowu with Kraisi
llitnwhy nhouM Ihiik'K-.. tears bushed,
Orneelweoj)t.A :
Or why rhould Mtmnry, elleil with plootn,
And liken mjrriiwInK mourner crl,
Mt weejiliiK o'er an eniuty tomb,
hum cni'ines rinte e.cajieii 7
Tl. but a mound nnd will bemoM.ed
Whene'er the siltutuer icrim iipimirs;
I'he loied, llmiull Wept, are ncier lotl
We only lue-oiir learsl
.Va
ay, IIoe may whitper with Ihrileml
ny neiitiitiK lurwunl wliere tliey nre
Hut Memory, with a backward Head,
Communes with tlii ni ular.
The Joys we le .re but f'jreraM,
And we shall llnd them all uncu moiet
We look lhlinl inl'urthe Tail,
llut lot 'tis all Ixfurel
TEN MILLIONS A YEAR.
Til Cnrrerur Julia Sim-key, of fall-
uriiin it'll IiiimAkiis nilllnir Is
lioren To-ilny Iff. ,ns the twurnt
liieouieor Any Mnu In Amerle.i.
ll'rom the New York .Sun.
s. MiANciico, Oct. t. Ten year
a;;o .I0I111 ilitckty was working u a tuln-
111-iiiDorer 111 a iiuiu exploring snait in
Virginia City, llunwiing his pick vlg
oroiislv and was twitl &l 11 il.iv. TiwIhv
lie lias a larger lucomu tliaii'anv other
Miigie iiuiividtial in America, and if hi
weultli ooiitinues to acciiiiiulate as it lias
for the pa-t two years, his fortune will
rival tliitt of the richest Kothschlhl. Jlr.
-Maekey Is tlie head ol the great mining
linn ol Flood it O'Jlrien, of this city,
wtioe gigantic operations and grand ag
gregation of capital recently swamped
the Hank of California. and
hurled Sharon, Knlston and Jones from
their linaiicial nedestitl. Tlie inemlHr
of the III 111 are John Mackey, Jaine-i C.
t lood. William S. O'llricn. und ( olnnel
James G. Fair. Mr. Mackey Is the iluan
cial head. Flood ami O'llricn attend to
tlie IntereM of the Inn in Cti iforn .1.
and Colonel Fair is working Mipcrinten
dent of tlie mines in Virginia L'liv. The.
latter embrace the famou Conolidatcd
Ir-'lllla. t ie l ehe.-L liiine even Uciii-i-n-il
ill .Nevada, now tuiuiii'' out a million
mid u 1 1 1 i 1 1 To 1 1 and a hall' a month ; the
Calilorula. adjoining it. with ewu a lar
ger body of oie ; the Hide and Xorcro,
J5eM and Ilelclier. (Sould and Curry. Si
erra, Nevada, Mexican, and llnally the
laiuoiw Savage, which in years gone hy
11:1-1 turned out u.s minion., ne.-lilct they
own n i-coru of nuall mine, anv one oi
which tuny utuuy tiuio turn up u bo
iian.a. Mil. .MACKKY i IXCOMi:.
Of till-, entire business and profits of
.1... .t ,. . .. .... .
tnu nnu jir. jiacKey Hits a lliree-IIItlis lll
leiest. The linn owns (iG.OOd ihnres of
t-on-olldatei r" 11 a stock, on wh eh
they declare a monthly dividend of Silt
a mare. .tiacKey s snare ol this H $Mt),
000 u month. Of stock in tlie California
mine they own 00,000 shares. Tlie ilrst
monthly dividend of $10 is to be declared
in November, and this will add to Mr.
Mackey'.s income $I5UO.OO0a mouth. The
other mines that thu linn control pay no
dividends, hut they yield a large revenue
to tlie ti rm iu way.s more Indirect. For
Instance, tho llrin'own all the wood tted
in their working, lwtli for fuel and lor
timbering, nml they Jell It to tlie compa
nies at an immense profit. Tlie Sawige,
Hale and Norcross, and Gould and Currv
all crush more or le.-s ore, and tills is
done In the HrinV mills at a cost of S13 a
ton. Tlie yield of silver l.cing scarcely
enough to pay the cot of both mining
and mulling, assessments are levied to
make up tlie deficiency. The linn's In
come from this source andlroni crushing
the ore ot the Consolidated Virginia,
which Is also tlonu iu their own mills,
estimated at $00,000 a month, of which
put Mr. Mackey down for $:K),000.
Add to this the prospective profits or
tlie Nevada Hank, which has jut opened
with n cash capital of S.1.0U0.00O. and
which Is thu exclusive property of thu
linn, and you may then llgure out the In
come of Jlr. Mackey. Tlie Hank of Cali
fornia paid for years 18 per cent, on their
$5,000,000 capital. Tlie prolits of the
new bank cannot ho less. This amounts
to $000,000. or $"r,000 n month, ol which
Mr. Mackey's share will be SI.VOOO. To
sum up then .Mackey will have for the
next year limn Ids mining rind bullion
Interests alone Hie colossal Income of
$J:il.OO0 a month, or at the rate of nearly
SIO.000,001) a year. This docs not Include
tne income ot hi, vast wealth iu real es-
tate. For the past year he has been
makln! larue investments In the vere
heart ol tlm city. Whole blocks of the
most valuable real cslate In San Francisco
have been purchased, and tho Income
from tllOsO eailliot We I be estlninteil. lint
It must be enormous.
A MOHKST MILLIONAIRE.
Mr. Mackey Is the most rotlilnir und
modest nf any of California's million.
aires. Ho lives In Vlmnla. hut his fam-
ily spend mot of their time in tills city.
He dresses plainly, mid might bo sup
poed to be a Well-to-do farmer nothing
more. Already the politicians of Ne
vada are IllOVinir to inuL-n him Knnntnr
Jones' successor In Washinirlon. If lie
wants the nlacc. ho can tiniloiihtiillv lim
it for much less money than Jones paid,
lor Nevada politicians are poor and
Hungry, and will sell nut cheap.
Of Mackey's winners J. G. Flood Is the
most Important. With O'Hrlen, Flood
HM'it to Keen a utile L'roL'irrrv In Saiisomn
street In this city. 1'hoy did not close
tho establishment until 1807. They madu
some money at thu business, nnd In
vested it wltli Mackey In thu purchase of
tho ground that is a part of the Consoli
dated Virginia mine. Flood and O'Brien
are Irishmen. They ato shrewd and
sharp in business, generous to
(heir friends, ami unrelenting to
their enemies. They took up a poverty
stricken newspaper man last spring a
man who hud done them somo lit t Iu turn
while they were iu thu whisky business
anil In three days made htm worth $75,
000. On the other hand, Sharon, and
ltalstou, and tlm Hank of California,
which had ofieudetl them, they crushed
out in three weeks, and they would have
kept Hie bank down but for Italstoii's
death and the popular' outcry against
them. Flood recently bought SU.".!
of real estate, and said himself ut lie
tore the new bank opened that liu had
1,000,000 lent, on call ut one per cent, a
mouth. His wealth is second only to
that of Mackey. Col. Fair l the only
mail of book education In the tlrm, Ho
has long been a mining superintendent,
and Is somewhat noted for tricks that
are vain. When he was poor, a few years
ago, he was known by some ns "Lying
Jim Fair." and by others as "Slippery
Jim," but everybody calls him Col. Fair
now. He is worth ten millions.
Origin of Ilie 'rae "Mlonewitll Bri-gnilp,"
Itieu. Ilemiregird inthe N. O. I'icayune, 2id.
tl, t-iiii la.Kii ,l ,l,ta mnpuliiM I i.hllM
.1. JV.lt. IB3HU I. Ill U.vil , 1 I1VIIUU
ritlntoll n slifipf etlttavwtllt fenti. u IIawII..
Urtcn(Ky.) paper, giving the origin of
till 1111111 aflllitilll llpltrriflil 1 ((lii'.li tu
erroneous, as well as tlie iiiciuent relative
.........l...n 1.. ...I.I..I. .
,1, .nu uinuueiuic uiitiie iui, which tioes
nol atiplv to Gen. T. J. Jackson, but to
Col. It. F.. Withers, of the Virginia
regiment, now ono of thu distinguished
U. S. Senators from that State. The cor
rect version 01 limn inciiieum is 11 ini
lows :
During (he buttle ol Manassas, about
110 clock a. m.. when the tra ant and
meritorious olllcer, Hrigadlcr General
liarnartl l.. Hee, was endeavoring to rally
his trootis in the small v.illev hi tin. n-.-ir
lf tin. Id, l.l tluntt linden lmtlru.il t,..l.
son's brigade, which liadlust arrived and
..-i.t.. - lt. 1 . t . .
uirtuii iueiuuu a iuuu in rear 01 Jiiui,
111 II PMlKf flf Slit n 1 1 tilnou fmcitorliw' in
the ctlj of the plateau where was about
to be fought the first reat battle of the
war. Ifcts HnUln that hti apwah were
IIIIIh'IMImI l)V lll4 hrlV linr illanfrriiiWi.l
j - ' W UliiWI ull..v
troop, then said to them : "Kally, men.
rany ; ec iaeKou s rriga(le stanuhi
thft( IILi n htmio wvitl t) '1'lint.M ivr.-.lo
- .... w ..w..u an J tr.-'U 1 Vt U"J
gave the appellation to that brigade, and
.living 11. its iieiuiu coiiiiiiiiuiier.
The other Innlilont ...-.Mienwl -it f I,,. .1...
livery of the Confederate battle-lings to
my forces at Centcrville, in the autumn
oflSOl. Many of these Hairs had been
made from l.-idleV red IIL-
ol which were much faded, but never
theless highly appreciated by our troops.
1 lie briirade had been drawn up in col
umns of regiments on the plateau of
v-eiiieriue, jirouiiu a smau elevation,
where were stacked nil tin. tl.-nr.
for distribution. Tl if minimi iif
retflmoiiU marched to the front and
flirillPil n IttUl tWt'lf ft1rtj A ...I
dressing a few remarks to these officers.
iiiuiuuit cacn one iu succession a nag.
When I came to Col. Will intra lift pj. 1
marked: "General, it is nearly white,
and may be mistaken for a Hag of truce."
I answered at once: "Then, sir, dve it in
the blood of our enemies," which hn
nmtnii-fl. liinirlilmplc t..,lr ttui I... I. .1
occasion to dye It more than once iu Ids
a..... 11..... 1.1 , , ,, .
unn xuimni uioou. aim jiuaiiv lie was so
desperately wounded that he had to be
put on poi uuiy lowarus tne enti 01 tne
war. G. T. ilKAi'iiKnuii).
How lo Hnte Heniiliful Ityncluth In
n Inter.
From the Ainerlcnn Ganlen 1
Late in December, after our lull stork
of bulbs wa-j iUpo.H'tl of, wo found a
dozen or more hyacinths of various col
ors which hail been overlooked. To
kllll tli.ilii fr.iin kiiitll.w .I..... .........
....... .11,- llC
liastlly planted in four or live largo potn,
nnu iiu-m: oi-i uttiiv ill ill OUl-OUIKIIIIg,
wlieru they would be fieefrom Irostand
have very little light. There lliev
were left for three mouths anil
nothing done except to water them
uvuiMuiiuiiy. r.xpceilllg mtiu or ,0j(.
ing from them, tliey were not noticed till
leaf and flower stalk were both perftetly
developed. Tlie light had not been sutll
cient to color the Hower, ami tlie.'e were
all of a dirty pale green. Tlie pots were
now brought to the sitting room nml
placed in the full Minshliic, and in a few
hours each spike had aisuined its natural
tint. The effeet was very beautiful.
Xot a bulb had failed red, purple, yel
low. blush and white, were all large and
perfect.
...
A neuefiirlor.
From the l'hllaclclih!.i Presbyterian.
From the World's Dispensary Printing
Otllce and Bindery, lliillalo, ,'. ' we
have received " Hie People's Common
Sense Medical Adviser, in plain Kngllsh :
or, Medicine Slinplillcd," by H. V. Pierce.
M. D., Counwllor-lu-clilef ol the Hoard
of Physicians und Surgeons at the World's
Dispensary. Wlioever helps humanity
hi Its struggle with its inherent weak
nesses and disease.", to bear or cure, is its
benefactor. Ignorance is not only of it
self a cause ot tliseae nml inorhilii v Imi
1, t . .1... .. '
it ! tun eiieinv 01 everv i-i.
fort to euro or mitigate. Nothing
will Rn stiiiillK rnninvi. tills ..it.i na
ktinwh'tliri fllll l-lnllllillfnev nui, .tf l.inctl
,u.....nw ... ..... ,,,. j WIIU .llr.Vtl.
of tlie dUeases to which we nro licir, as
well as those (superinduced by our own
tiiiltrniliiiipii llr Pin,,... I,.i -,,,ii1.,--..il
ill our judgment, n benefactor's service,
botli to the atlllcted and tothuirotisii)ii,
in Ills diagnosis of tlie diseases treated of,
ami iu the presentation of the philosophic
iriiicincis invoiveu 111 incir causo aim re
moval. Ho is sparing of remedies, and
tlitl'llll tlt-iibprllto1 cu..li nu nn. .-,r.i In 1111.
skillt il hands. A a book merely of ab
stract knowledge, it is exceedingly read
able ami interesting, e.-peclallv tlie fol
lowing subjects: Cerebral' Phys
iology, Human Temperamoiitn,
Psetulo-IIvgleiie. tlie Nursing 1
the Sick, Sleep, Food, Ventilation,
etc. In one chapter on another siiblecl,
so delicato iu its nature that it is shut up
luivniiil tlm ilmitnln of u-iipiitiiir ti. nil lint
pliysiclaiis, so accursed Iu its results In
inodcrii society, he is most explicit, and
alike truu to liod, to virtue, to life, and
to society, shows tlie truth as presented
in the teachings of Scripture that lite
begins wiiiiconcepiioii wiin greaiiorce,
to which is added faltlilul warnings.
Price ol the Medical Advhcr S1.50, gent
post-paid. Address thu author at Hut
lalo, N. V.
;For lhi Monlliol.Orlobcr.
DurliH' thn lever season of last month.
tlie stock of Ayer's Ague Cure in (lie Old
Not th Statu became exhausted, anil be
fore a supply could bu received from Lo
well, tlie sutlerlng from chills and fever
became fearlul. A fuw parties were so
fortuiiitte as to have It on hand.
and in Iredell county, the drug-
,.I o ,.1-nil ,ii. tlttli liinil.i, ctni-L-a l,
,-,-i mui unfc llltll -1-.1, -,.. r a Ul
selling doses a spoontul each for a dol-
i..u t t.i .,nii.... r. ., l.nllU
nr. .'limy iiiitt ten tioiinin iui u uuttit.-,
when tlie regular price is but one, and
thoiiL'hr, tlieiuselves favored at that, so
Valliablo nro tlie curative properties
of tills preparation, which not only ex-
pels hu jiolsou from th'j slem, but
lnni'i'a tlm n iil. mi .villi iiiiliiiii ilri il IiimiIi li
leaves lite liatlt'iit with nn inimiitd heidili
1 .. .. .- s. '.u I 3
Wedding Cards
LATEST STYLES.
R. P. STUDLEY & CO.
aT.A.'i'ioisrsRS,
881 Nortk KaU ItrMt, IT. LOUI8.
i PROMINENT ADVANTAGES
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
oak:
Win i w.w
Great Durability with Handsome
SATISFACTION Everywhere.
MADE ONLY BY"
Excelsior Manufacturing CompV
612, 614, 616 and 618 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
s..7.,C- W HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
F. M. STOCZFLSTH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
wuaxxu
Wines and Liquors.
flO nTjrm T T7ITTT7IT7I . !
vo vjiiw uaviiii, - - UA.1KU, lliL.
Keeps a full stock of
Sentuol&r Bourbon,
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
PlIYNIt'IAXN.
TXTILL1AM H. SMITH W. T
ItESIDKNCE: No. 21 Tl.lrtP.mh im. iu.
tween Wuhington avenue and Walnut itreet.
OFrlCt: North side of Kljtlith tret be
tween Commercial and WulihiKton avenue.
a
W. DUNNING, X. D.
KKSIDEXCK:
streets .
Corner Ninth and Walnut
OFFICE: Corner Sixth street and Ohio Lovce.
OFFICE HOUItS: Frorafla.m. 12m., and
from 'J to tl . m.
I.AWTKKN.
JOHN H. MULKEY,
Attorney at Lntr.
CAIUO, ILLINOIS.
OFFICE: At residence on Nlntli Strect.be
iweoi N iishlnuton avenue and Walnut ft.
Q.REEN & QILBEHT,
AttorncyN and CouiiNcIorN
at I jaw.
OFFICE: Ohio Ia-vc, rooms 7 and 8
City National Hank,
William II Given, )
ii'iVii14;-" 'i.U.'fff''. t CAIUO. ILLINOIS,
Miles Frtil'k, UUUrt, J
RV9iecial attention given to Admiralty and
ltmmtiA.1 liiiiiniM. -
Walder's Clothing
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
-OF-
FALL AND WINTER
CLOTHING
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
1 KE. WALDEB
i receiving daily a
. . " . tv"1 .inouiim ovock ox frooaa.
and la determined to
X larire and atilendid
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
IN CAIRO.
trA 1- 1 .1 1 . i. .
w . lu.uiiou iu Kivo iito very ueac
(toocts for the very lowest prices, Call
and see for yourselves.
Corner Sixth Street and Ohio
T
10-f-tf,
DR. SHERMANS
Syphilitic
Eradicate.
Tilt. .iMillaMtlnn tj ., .. . ...,L..I...I , I...
.,i..u,,,u,i ta 1111,, m iiii miKeu HI I'U
superior to nil known rvmedlcn Jor the trciit-
Sypbillis in all its Stages, Sorofu-
Inni, A flVinllnMa lt. J TT I
IUUD aUWWb.UUD, UUtUlllU W 4"
oers, Enlargement of tbo
aiands.
which It
No rlnniRui'r diet is miiiliwl and nw twtuken
In all conditions nl the system with wifely, unil
jji connection with other medicines, If ilic pu-
llent ileslres,
"rJ .;.".7i , iti....i a..,. ,
nil j l l (.' l Mini !7l4lVO UJ v-
Iiress.
N. it. SitmiileuackiiKen sent lo any iKirtof the
linlltil Males, on receliitornni. Ailtlress
1)11 iillKUMAN,
m North Sixth street, St l.oiils Mo
0-2-ly.
Samaritan Ms,
l he ifrcjtt Nvrre L'oniiiror, cures Killeitlo Kits,
convulsions, Spasms, St. Vitus Dane, ami all
Nervous l)ieaes the only known positive rem
edy for Kplleiillo Fits. It luubeen teateilhjr
thoitsanils ami has never been known to fall In a
single case. Trial iiackage free. Unclose stamp
lor circulars kIvIiik evidence of cures.
Address, Ull. 8. A. WL'HMONO.
lO.LVdly Vox Tl, H. Joseph, Mo.
i.fiieclulir in pyphiltio tllseixes, In
Hat .uvtt. imtny, y litn Riven up p:t hum' hy
mnlm-nt i,)iv.ri-hlliM. It U .ill..!.- -.r..l..ll.
NO. 263.
ARE ECONOMV IN PRICE,
SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
Designs, and Giving PERFECT
REAL ESTATE AUKNT.
JOHN a. HABMAN &
Real Estate
CO.
HOUSE O-EZSTTS
COLLECTORS.
;0NVE.YAHCKM, H0TAXIE8 PU1UC
AXD
Lond AeonU of tho Illinois Central and
Burlington and Uulnoy B. .
Comranltts,
Worth Cor. Sixth and Ohio Leva,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
t. 0, LYMCII,
M. J- IIOWLKV.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
-AND
Boust Agent,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE At the Court Hooae.
VAHIETV HTORI
New-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Clo6e.
Corner 10th 8t. and Commercial Av
CAIRO. ILLIH0IS.
C 0. PATIER & CO.
In Coaaeery-Maiter'a Sale.
sjtali-iirillinold, AlvMtniler Couiilj- ss.
In the Alexunilt-r County Circuit Comt.
William M, Alherton iiud John I todies vs. John
llolilen and Mari?uivt Wallace-Partition.
PI IILIC notice is hereby cixen that In tmr
.i.i rllaiicc f deeree renilt-rtil In the abovu en
titled caiise. In salil nourt ut Hie May term Iheieof
A. !!.. 1H.A I . In tin II II...... ,
, ' - ' -7.1 ., wmi, i.iiiiiiuii, iiuimlt IU
ehijiifeiy ol said county, will, on Tuesday, the
.oth day of Octolier. A 1 , Mi, at the hour of 1
w ..... ,...., v. mn, uu ,m-u uV jntouu emiuc,
at the court house iloor In the city of Cairo. In
.aid county, the fullnwlns ilcicritjetl mil .f..i--
to-wlt: lhe south half of the northeast quarter
III ..Mifiilll , tia,i. . 1 ... ...I. .i.
n.iiij-nici J.,, IIIHIISIII I 1111111
(.;), south ranee, number two (i) wn ttC lliu
third princiiuil meridliiii, In lhe comity ol Alex
ander nnd Mute nf Illinois, together with lhe
tenements mid herediliinieiile thcminto he
ImiKliiK or thereto upH-rliiiniii,'
Terms uI'Mule-One-hull' rash In timid, ludanco
ill one and two years tijuul paymenls, with six
liercent. Inlcivsl ht annum ihereoni delVnetl
payments to lie secured hy inortfc'UKe on the
property sold,
Crlro, Illinois, Septrinlier'J'.th, I8T.1.
,)llll(). IIAUMAN,
, . , , , Master iu Chancery.
I.itii-Kiir .Vi IjuisiIi'ii, Coiupluiuant'e Solicitors,
11.2'i-dlw
DANIEL LAMPEKT,
Fashionable Barber
AND
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STXEE1
Between Washlna-ten and Commercial
ATcnuea.
tSTGroat MatUoal Book
and Hccrels for lilies and Units. Sent fret for
two siaiuiM. Atldreu,
8T. JOSEMl MKI)ICAL INrtTITUTK
lO.lVdly tt J08fpbtMo,
FLOUR, MEAL, OSAIN HAY,
onrtcii
M nmoi.KVitK.
r-8-tr.
j CAIRO, It.r.l.VOI9.
JOHN B. PHUXIS
AND SON,
(Sncftisors to John n. rhlllli)
FORWARDINQ
A.fl
Commission Merchants
And Dealers In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEA1, 1KA5, tte.
AaU for LATLIU k BAKD NWIU CO
:Corm4r Tentk Street aad Ohio
Leva.
7.. It. Mathusa.
K.C.
MATHUSS Sc UHL,
FORWARDING
And General
Commission Merchants
Dealers In
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
84 Oliio Zjovoo,
P. CUHL,
E.xcluilvc
Flour Merchant
-AND
Millers' Agent.
No HI Ohio liec,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
io-tr.
IS. J. Ayrea.
S. D. Ayrea.
AYRES & CO.,
FiiOirat
Ami general
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
L- D. THOMS,
Commission Merchant,
And ileuler in
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
Foreign and Domeatlo Fruits and NuU
184 C0HMEBCIAL AVENUE.
s-ctt.
DTAST. l-AKKUn.
11. II. CTSMNmiAM.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(Successors to Miller .t Parker,)
FORWARD Q
AXD
Commission Merchants
And Dealers In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
ETC,
omen :
j) OHIO I.CVKK,
CAIItO, ILLINOIS
, ICJ-WelutelejiMl the lirffe Vellow Wale"
house, BloniKu capacity J.ctm ions, which gives
us ample fucilltits rorstorlng and shlppm-"
INNITKAWt'E.
O. N. HUGHES,
(j'cneral
Insurance Agent
OFFICK:
OZXZO Xj3E1"7"UM,
Ovsr Xathoii TJhl'i.
NONK hut
eented.
First-Class Companies repre
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1858.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
General
Insurance Agents
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City national Bank Bnildinr, np-italri.
The Oldest Established Aa-enoy in Bout
rn Illinois, representing oto
165 OOO OOO
VALENTINE RESOH,
GROCER.
lltaler In-
Butter, Eags, Fish, Poultry,
Game and all kinds of fresh
Fruit and Vegetables.
Eighth Street, Carre. HI
, tOrifert for SleamEoatl rtipl ly W- '
my hour, day or nUtbt. Ml-K

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