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(IHOt'KHIKN.
W. L. BRISTOL,
FAMILY
R. W. MILLER,
FORWAKDIKQ
A.XD
Commission Merchant,
Andilffller In
FLOUR, MEAL, OBAIN HAY,
XTC.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1875.
VOL. 7.
NO. 260.
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Choice Selection of
GLASSWARE,
CROCKERY WARE
and FLOWER POTS.
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WISCONSIN BUTTER,
entral Hop Yeast
Anat.i ThU Summer.
CAIRO II
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TTSBUKGM.
PARADISE,
T. CARBON(Big Muddy)
AIt
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CAIKO CITY COAL COMPANY.
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Wholesale and Itctall Hesters in
Foreign and Domestic
LIQUORS
WflXKM OF AM. If ISDN,
No. GO Ohio Lovco,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MKSW. SMYTH A CO. hare coHsisntly
n lurire elocle of the bt pood-i In llic mar
kit, Mill Bhco,!laI attention tolhe Hiiokiuilo
ranch of the buitn-M
M'llOIXSAI.K (ilKtl llilS.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
Ami
Commission Merchants
AOENTS AMERICAN IOWDER CO.
57 Ohio Lovoo.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Hi-al-T In
BOAT STORES,.
Commission Merchant,
No. 10 OHIO LEVEE.
Rl'l.t I W.attenti .u i-:un ti.cotitixiuunt and
Itlllnff rprM
iwi.vr .wi) oils.
B. F. PARKER,
Healer in
r?amts, Oils, Varnishes,
.Vail Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Alnar on hand, tin- rrlf'Tatfl lllumlnatlnK
AlItOK.i OIL
UroHi.' 3Ctxxt.Xclixap;,
Ccruer Eleventh Stret and Washing
ton Avenun
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
l'niriftor,
IHXDER AND HLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER,
Bulletin Bulldlnir. Cor. Twelfth Street
and WasUlntrton Avenue,
Cnll-o, XlXizioifii.
E-lounty nnd Itallrc.id Work u Sjuclulty.
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker,
SIXTH STREET. Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMM-EUUiAL.
AVENUE.
Manufactures his own Horse Shoes and
can Assure Oood Work.
PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
2-lni
Ji V 1 W m V WW XvLmmmW
Will limit iinilllrtlv citru nnr care ul'rlii'liiim
Usui or lliriiniiitlo iroti u no timtliT liow linn:
standing, on tlicfurciif tlinrarlli. Heine nn in
want aiipllcntlon It ilntit the work quickly, tliur
ntttflitr and prrmiintntly, leavhnr tne yilria
sltoiiir mid tifitltliy- Write to any prnininrut
lifi-sonln WiwIilitKtnn tity, and yiitt will lenin
Hint inUUIJUVt' DIUU'IUCIU ! HIIU III llll'
" CONDENSED ClIRtiKlCATES,
National Hotel,
Wailitnxton, t . neccinlJtrl, lt7t.
Mes.ts Ilelptieii.tiiie.t lid.tloyt
Usnts! 1 vi-ry climMly slate that I tl.fd Du
jiiuK's Ithiiuuntlc Itcnwly lib difldil)Willt.
Memlirr of Longrva ofOa,
Presidential Mansion,
Washington, l C. Ainll 23, 1375.
........... llLl..l,ui..iliia linllrr!
Genu: For tlie past set en years my wife has
Ikcii a irreat suffer ironi rtifiiniatl.in, lierd(irtor
falllniriu flvelii rtelil.lieusiil thru; liultlei
IturaiiK' lllniiinitlcllemr.lT, and ajriernii incnl
line a lliutc.m. WM. II. tftotlK,
"Kxectillte Clerk to President linmt."
WiisliliiKinn, 11. 0 , March3,
In tliviiinrenf tweitiihuura my iIuuiiihIUiii
mu piiir, liavlnu tiil.en Inueilo.ei ur mining's
ltlii'iinulinlti'inedy .My hrollirr .1. It. CesMia,
of Hulford, 1'a , wasiiued liv Holmllariiinount.
JOHN liiSNA.
Member of Congiess of 1'a.
Price one dollar u bolllr, orslx Imt lien for five
dollars. Ask yoiirdiu;,'Vdt fr Duraiig's Itlicu
matlc Hi'uudv mumilat liiml liy
iu:i.I'1ii..nmim: & iibnti.kv.
I iiikkI" and Clii-nilste,
Wnslilnuton, I). C
Vorsidpiiy liniioniTS i;vi:itYwni:iti:,
W-sold liy Wholesale Itniggists In C'liiSHgo.
lij-H-wly.
give lullcjin.
A HUGBAND'S REVENGE.
Heerlier III 'lilni;ii. Imt u Illl
Hit! 4'uimIK loi l(et rst'il. r?M
((Jliico Tril'ime, Oft IMli 1
.SIiimmI ii'iiinit, ratln.T Hunt ."liiiiliijr,
woiilil b u reiisonablt; viinlict for A. .
UcccIht, mow lylns ii ,H 111 tin- Mail-l.oii-strcft
Slittloii, fliar'wl with an u
natilt with liittntto kill on Thoma A.
Xoni. licfcliiT U !t printer hy trade,
anil U wvH known to tliu crall In thU
dty, having woiktil at M-vrral tilacoi
lit'ru ilurlnir the iiat ten year.-". Lately
liu lia htcn ciiiployid ly tn; iiui't'm
I'rlntlii.' Company, at tho corner ot
Clark ami Monroe utroeU. (juiiio
tlntu last iH-cemtRT, wlillo work
ing on tin frlntiicc, llecclier re
ceived ui) oiler to j;o to XaUi
vllle, w hich he nxoentinl, nnil for 'oint:
thnu was known In that city in connec
tion with thu Xa'hville f.'Mout. lor
soveral yi-ars prevloit, to liU di-partiuv
hu had been kvepiiiiC company with a
joiiii' srirl, mid was eii.l'.il to her for
some time. When he left town, It was
with the umlerMamliiix that u -oon as
he was settled In hi iii-w (situation, tho
Xr was to go to Na'hvillu and there he
Married to him. Tho wedding tool;
plaee on thu 1 1th of hut .Inly, and wai a
singularly happy one np to a lew djys
Uu. Ileeeher and hi? newly-wedded
wife returned to thN city soon atterward-,
in order that they might bo near their
lrletid, and cut since ihey have resided
at 10 North Sangamon strict.
Ourhig niotl ol lheeher's courtkhlp,
the girl win also paying attention to the
soil words and blti-hlng under tho "-weet
compliments of another lover, named
Thoina A. Xorris. After ISceeber't re
moval Irom th city, 'orrl renewed the
-otirtshlp, and ileecher's dUtance liom
aome matle it all the more luten.-e. lie
was ahno-t a dally vi-itor at Iter home,
and u-cd all the means In his power to
Induce the girl to renounce her allegiance
to IScechcr and take up with him. She.
however, scorned the temptation, and
Lad sitice lo-t sight m' him. Even iiiee
Uie removal to thl- city. .Mr. Ui-eeher has
Mi.pecKil the Inildellty ol hi-wile, and
Uai qui-tlonid her -o olten that WiJiie
day night he conles'otl all, and repent
ing ol her action, pointed to Norri- us the
guilty man. The lni-tund was en
r.iged a might be expected. He beg in
a (inlet t-earch for Norri-, soon a-eertalned
that lie was working at tlie I'ort'inoutli
hat manufactory on .Madl-on, near Green
tnet. mid tlntrter lie went ye-u niay at-
ternoou. lie iniormcu .Mirn, oi tue na-
uie of hU call, but ollcted to retain coii
tol f III- witc if Norn- would take care
ot hi- part ol the lainllv. Hut Norns
would not li-teii to him, called lilm a
uckold and a coward, and ordered him
o leave the place. Then Ileeeher look a
artotlie Eolith Uiw-lou. hotiglit a re
olwr.aiid returned to II nil N'oirl-. Ku-
terinir tlie shop wliere he was at work.
lie tired at hhn. hut by tho (nearest acel-
Ient the M-dueer Is no nearer deatlt tlian
he wak iMilore thu atlray. he ball struck
lilm rull lu Uie lorelieaiJ, Out glaticitit; on
on the frontal bone pent tie force in some
adjoining woodwoik. I'.eeclitr was .oon
alierwanU arrested ami conlluedlu Mad-I-on
.Street .Station. lie U niutrly broken-
icarted with the tnoiiL'lit ol hi- dl-''race.
iikI thinks that the death ol the robber
f his wife V reputation I the only thing
that could remove the stain.
t.rceit lllwr Trilntle to SJeil. nu
llum I'rcstiiii.
From the OtvemlKiro iloultor
(Jen. Win. I'reston, of Lexington, has
delivered some rcmaikable addresses in
the past twelve months, ills oration
upon the occa-ion of the erection of a
uiimumeut to tlie Confederate dead, by
tlie Lexington ladies, and III- address to
the memory, llle and sen ices of (Jcneral
ioiiii c. iireckinruige, iifcspienuiii pieces
ot cla-.-ical coinpo-liion, eloquent and
electrifying in their every sentence. He
lias I .st delivered anoiiier auurcs?, tnai
to the Agricultural society ot Henry
county, that Is equally as creditable to
him a- any of hi preceding ellort.-, al
though iu'this latter itistaucu his subjects
were mote dllllctilt and prosy, and devoid
of less opportunity lor feeling, patnos
and poetrv. (Jen. 1'reston is leally :ut
able and gllted man, a patriotic clii.en,
ami ilesi-rvlnir of the highest honors
wit hill the gift of his State or country,
it ii to us a source of wonder and sur
prise that he is permitted to mi long hide
Ills brilliant talents under tlie hu-hel
measure ot private llle. unless, as
we more than half upect, he be one of
tho'e really great men whose modesty is
unequal to the task of championing his
merits, and is, therefore, consigned to
the honors and seclusion uf home and
domestic life. This is an ago ot brass
and charlatanry, and the larger tlie sup
ply a limit carries ot these, tlie more cer
tain his chances of promotion, And
niorcVs the pity, for the country's good !
Gen. l'rostuu and men of his attain
ments, llrinncss, Incorruptibility, and pa
triotism, are sadly needed in all depart-incnti-
of our olllcial .-crvicu lor tliu de
falcations, embezzlements, robberies,
loolish mistakes, blunders, iY.c.,that have
nml uru occurring on the part of liich,
low, and mediocre olllclals, Indicate tho
fact that a great many dishonest and ig
norant ineu have succeeded in getting
into by llio operations ot brass and im
pudence, as well us by the mo of that
trickery and fraud common to American
tiolltlcs and D.irtv inanaueiuent.
Men of General Preston's modesty,
however, but senium it ever court tliu ta
yor of thu noUy rabble, and never dc
sceiid to the tricks, hartcrin: aiidschein
lug that play so important it part in the
fortunes of thu "average American poll
ticiatt." II tlie people want him. lie !
doubtless at their service, but In tlie
meantime lie quietly and with dignity
awaits tnu can ot tuose wuo tut tue sou,
run the machine shops, tlo the
honest
labor nnd work of thu country, unwilling
to haggle ami intrigue Willi tiioso who
make the uoUu nnd coufti.doii of iiotui
lirttlng coiu'eiitlonif. We Intend hi these
rcinurl". no comimiUon between
General l'rcston itud other geiitlenieu,
nor do we wish to bo understood a.s
saying that succcsh in political life U en
compassed altogether by the objection
able mid corrupt process referred to
herein, hut Mmply to Kty that this pro
I cess U greatly resorted to, and that Gen
eral l'restnu U hardly tlie man to secure
iirouiotlon at any such facrlllcti ns tlie
hind referred to. iih his modeny,
however, lllscltiier
'VmTittr umnili
i Indicated; ot tliu two lo
former, and therefore tho
to tho proces
nrefers the :
State is deprived of the services of one of
lu.r vitc best men. Wo trust the tiny U
not fartlUtnut w hen General 1'iestou ami
I his eminent illness will be calhtl to thou
piiMs ot high honor mid duty that lie Is
, capable ol filling with llio hlgho-l credit
I mid distinction.
Mr iitliix ii I1 from n llriilc.
Knoxvillf Picsfltid Hcr.ild, OctobirSI 1
A commlltee of thirteen of the clerical
, delegates or llolMon Confereiico was in
sesilon In the courtliousn last night, on ,
the trial of tlie eae of JN'V. l. M. Mas
sey, of Catawba circuit. In ISunconibc
county, North Carolina, on the charge of
Immorality. On Friday tlie name of
, (jit'ton M. Massey was called. It was
i olllclallv reported that his presiding
; cider, l5ev. A. .1. Frazier, had, during tliu
I vi:ar, placed hl character under nrret
' iiirunmiiilsteiial conduct, and had called a
committee by whom an investigation was
had. and Mr. Masey was found guilty and
1 sii.iK'iiilcil front the tnlnUtrv until this
RC'sion of conlerence. The conference 1
appointed a prellminaiy committee,
which looked Into the cae, nnd charged
Mr. Ma-ey with lininornl conduct in ta- i
king undue interne Willi tue person oi a
married lady or excellent character. The
charge as particularized wa that Mr.
Macy, In company with n married lady
and young unmarried woman, walked to
gether to a ItnitM! where M r. M performed
the marriage ceremony. I'eturnlng from
tlie hou-c. the road being narrow and the
night datl:, the young lady wait per
suaded to L'o ahead, so that her white
dres would be a guide for the feet and
a lamp to the path of .Air. Maey and
the married lady. Then it was that Mr.
M., as charged, allowed his true Inward
ness to overcome his piely, and kissed
the married lady with repeated embrace.
The ladv wa 'tirprl.cd ami chagrined,
but maiie no outcry. On reaching home,
however, she iniormcu iter iitisoami,
who complained to the prodding elder.
The result of the trial will be made
known to the conference before adjourn
ment. f:nntliiiiitl' Wiitr.
From the banla Itoa Democrat, NHli J
A. L. Cox, of Simla l!oa, hasjust re
turned from a trip up tlie coa-t, w here he
ha been engaged surveying for some
days past, lie iulorms us that the heav
iest rea known in the pat four years was
rolling Inland on Tuesday and" Wednes
day, along tliu north coat. There was
no wind. The schooners George Lewis,
Champion mid Sarah Loul-a. had an
chored at Stewart's Point just before the
heavy sea et in. The sea continued to
Incrca-e in volume until it re
peatedly swept the decks of the
yewls. The small boats were stove up or
wa'hed overboard. Tlie men on board
had no way to get ashore and were in
great danger. .John Oiii'iuore, a carpen
ter at Stewart's Point, with a heroism
worthy ol all pralu;. volunteered to go in
a small boat and brin the men ashore.
He made three trips, landing tlie crews
of each -choontr safely. DltiMiiore, whose
courage did not full while this braoworl;
was on hand, f..lntctl from exhaustion
and excitement when it was over. Tlie
(ieorgp Lewis had received the mot in
jury when our Informant hit. lint no so-
rious ncciiicni nan iietancn euner vos'ci,
though the swells were breaking over
them.
- '
A Te.Mis llcil ItllK
C-licrninn Ki-eMer. 1
A Sherman man who was out In the
country buying grain stopped at a dilap
idated farm-house. After a llcrcc con-tc-t
with the bugs and mosquitoes, he
had lallcn aslecn. Ho slept about mi
hour, when he was rudely awakened.
Tlie eld tanner was standing over him
with a cocked revolver, one ol the Inrin
cr' italwatt -ons had hint by the heel,
and wa lu the act of jerking lilm out ot
bed. while the hired mini was tossing tlie
pillows around with a three t.ned pltck
lork. 'What have I done':" ho ltoarsclv
asked.
"ICeep cool, stranger " replied the
farmer; "snmeofthe hoys thought they
heard a rjeiinisonlied-hugchawiir up the
shuck mattress, but I gues It must have
been wolves out In tho timber they
heard : you can go to sleep again.''
Hut some how or other he could nor.
. Ileneliirliir.
i-'rom the riuU'leljihl.t 1'ieibyttrhui.
From tho WorldV bhpensarv Printing
..l. I 1.t...1 1t..i..l V V-
Olllce and lllnderv, Ilullalo. .V ., wu
have received ' 1 he lVopIc Common
.Sen-c Medical AdvUcr. in plain Knglisli ;
or, Medii'lne Siinplltletl,"' by K. V. l'ierce.
ii. D., C'ouu?ellor-in-chicf ot tho Hoard
olThy.-lcIaii'-and Surgeon ut the World's
Itl-pcnary. Whoever helps lnunanT'
in its !trugg1o with Its inherent weali-ne-'-.
mid ill-eif.e, to bear w cure, is its
benefactor. Ignorance U not only of it
fclf n cause of dleao and mortality, but
It U the enemy of everj ef
fort to cure or mitigate. Nothing
will so fpeedlly remove this eauo as
knowledge an 'elementary ono ut least)
of the tllH'aes to which we are heir, as
well as thojo superinduced by our own
Imprudence. lr. l'ierce has rendered,
in our judgment, a benefactor's fervlee,
iiotn to tlie atiiictctt nii(iiotneproieii)ii,
in his diagnosis or the tll-eaes treated of,
and in tlie prc.-eiilatlon of the philosophic
principles involved in their cause ami re
moval, lie is sparing oi reincuies, aim
usually prescribes such as are ."ale In tin
("killed" haniK As a book merely of ab
stract know ledge, It Is exceedingly read
able and interesting, especially tlie fol
lowing subjects: Cerebral Phys
iology, Human Temperaments,
Psetitlo-IIvgienc. llio Nun-lng ol
the Sick", Sleep, Food, Ventilation,
etc. In one chapter on another subject,
so dellcatu in its nature that It is shut up
beyond tho domain of warning to all but
physicians, so accursed lu lt.s results In
modern society, he is niot explicit, and
alike truu to God, to virtue, to life, and
to society, shows tho truth as pre-ented
In tho teachings of .Scripture that llio
begins witli conception with great torce,
to which is ndded falthlul warnings.
Price of thu Medical Adciser $U0, sent
post-paid. Address the author at Bur
hdo, X. V.
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I fore a supply could bo received from Lo
well, thu suffering from chills and fever
became fearful. A few parties weto so
fortunate ns to have It on baud,
nml In Inilull roillltv. tlC drug
glsu eked out their slender stocks by
sellhiL' doses a snoontlll each for a tlol-
1,1 1- lflllV lllllll t.ill iinllnrs for a bottle.
ulien tliu riM.iilnr nrlen Is but 0I1C, mill
tlioiiirht themselves favored at that, so
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Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
012, 014, 010 Olid 018 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND BOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
s.ir.2,C' W- HENDERSON, Cairo, IUinoin.
F. M. STOCHFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
FORBIQiV ATNTP DOMESTIC
Wines and Liquors.
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - OATKO, ILL.
Koops s full stock of
2L02a.tu.ols.3r Bourbon,
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
POND'S
EXTRACT
Tho People's Remedy.
The Universal Pain Ext actor.
Koto: Aalt for Pond's Extract.
Take no other.
'llrar; for I will nik of txcelli-nt tiling. '
FOR
1 1 1 J ii r i I o Man 1 1 r 1 Jcaa ta.
I 1'alJs, limbed.
.Strnlnx, ..iiiuln. Coiitu
i lons, Dlsloc.itioiu.
I'riirtni-CN, t'uw, I.wrn
I tnl nr Incised Wuuntls.
iSnclliiiKH.Iluriis.bculiU,
i
i nunuunn.
Illeeiliiiir l.tuiKi, or
plittiisnr llluwl
Xhho lllei-il, unil IIItoI-
lni" (iimn or 'I f. l Ii
' Vomit Inir or llloiHlMiil
liioo'ly Ditcluruia.
l'lli-H - lllcedliii! l'ilti,
Uliiid fllen, (IntuUllile.)
j roulhiirlKsKaruclicNrii
, tm ,,nilBl, Swtlleil luce.
PA Rf I Klifiiiiinllum, ltheama
UAlJlilVl t IchwclllinforSorcnciis.
Ntliriifixi or Mtmii"4,
I.umlmco, Ijimc lluck.
r Son- Tnroiit ot (Julnny,
InftumtU Tonsils.
Diplliprin. Ilrouclil-
1 liv, Altllllllt.
Sori" ur Inllumwl lives or
Uyi-Iia.
t'iKnrrli, lA'tteorrlira,
Dlurrlira. Dvuvntvrv.
Sore S'iiilfN, InllHm.tl
IlrcHHt
I'n In fill or too Trofutc
Montlilkd
Milk Lew. oturinn Ilia-
infto nnd Tliinurii .
Tin:
PEOPLE'S
lililney Coiiiiliilnt,
R PM FnV . Univr I and atnuiitnry.
ntiiiLut,,!,,,,),,,., n)(, xi.(ir(l.
tluni uf Infants, or
,'roK Adults
Viirleoio Vt'ilKi. In
FYTFRNAI I l.irKFiorlnlliiiiied Veins.
tAILDIIHL 'fi,.,., old Sores, Intur-
AND
nui uiMTaltons,
IliliU, l.'iirlniuclM. Tu-
riTfflnnWIT inula, nui am-uiiiK.
INTERN AL,'nin and lliuilons, Chut-
ni ur .iiig rrrii
I'liiiliiiCN.IIurness ur Sad
dle Gulls,
felon or Whitlow, Frost
ed I.lmlis or Tartu.
MoHiiilto HI let. Insect
stliit-'s, Cliaiied lluuils.
USE.
t'O.Mt'H KXTItACT is forsalebyall FlrHt-
rinai iiriiKKi"i.anii rccoiuiue.iiuu uy
all DriiirKlsts, riiynlclani, und )cr)
IhiiI.v wlio Iih ever ureil It.
I'niliililel rontuiiiiliK History und Urrs mall-
nt in on .iiiiuicaiton, it not touuu at your
l)niKKlt'H.
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
Xe York nnil I.omloii.
4tl-.V1.1-dly.
- L I
I'll YNK'I ANN.
ryiLLIAM R,
SMITH, HI. D.
HUBIIi:SCK: No 21 TlihUtnlli strttt, be
tweeu W'asliliurton avenue and Walnut street.
OKl'ICK: North side of Khdilli stiwt be
tween Commercial and W'usliluston avenue.
o.
W. DtTNNINO, M. D.
UKSIOLNC'Ki Comer Ninth ami Wnluut
Itrevta.
OFKICK: Corner Sixth Hreet and Ohio Lcvte.
OI'FICK HOUItS: From On. in, 12m., una
from 2 tod li. in. .
i,awyi:iin.
JOHN H. MULKEV,
.Ittoi-ney nt Isun-.
CAUtO, ILLINOIS.
OrTICKs Ativsldenru on Ninth Street, be
tween Witdilimlon iivenueund Walnut . St.
Q.REEN
& GILBERT,
AttorneyN and CouiixvlorM
OKK1CK: Ohlu Levco, rooms 7 and H
City Miliouai iiiiiiki
William II (Ireen. 1 ,,.,.,,
William II lillhert, CAIKO. ILLINOIS.
llle Ifrid'k UllbertjJ
e3Sc(al attention given to Admlrully and
Steamboat bushifsa.
i
ARE ECONOMV IN PRICE,
SUPEUIOll CONSTRUCTION,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
iii:.m, r.sTATr. amknt.
JOHN a. HMAN &"
Real Estate
CO.
HOUSE A.C3-B3iTTS
COLLECTORS.
;0H VxANCB3, NOTARIES PUIUC
AMD
Land Atrenta of the Illlnola Central and
suriisKion ana wtuncy K. K.
Comcaniea,
North
Cor. Sixth and Okie Larae,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
1. (I. LVXCII.
M. J. IIOWLiy,
LYNCH & HOWLET,
Souse Agents,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE At the Court House.
V A II I KTY NTOKE.
We w-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner lGth St. and Commercial Av
CAIRO. IX1IK0II.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealer tu
"All lilnds hartlaudiofti)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &0.
Mill and Yard,
2ornor Thirty-Fourth Street and
Ohio Lovee.
PHONOGRAPHIC
Corner Waahinffton Av. and 14th Street,
CAIRO, ILL.
OPEN EROMS TO 0 P.M. DAILY.
io-2-tr.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionable Barber
XZA.XH.
NOHTll SIDti OF liiaHTll STHEE1
Between Waahlngton and Commercial
Avenuea.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN B. PHXXXIS
AND SON,
(Sucmaor to John B. Pbillls)
TORWABDUfO
At
Commission Merchants
Att'l Ualcr In
HAY, COBN, OATS, FLOUR,
MXAL, BXAK, te.
Aj.nU for LAH.IX ftSAXD Nfttt 00
:Corar Taatk Straat u Okl
Lava.
7.. 1). Mmhuia.
tl. C.
MA.THUSS Jc UHL,
FOEWABDINO
Ami Geurnl
Commission Merchants
ItMtlsrs in
ORAIN. HAY
PRODUCE.
FLOUR,
AND
64 Olilo Xjovoo.
P. CUHL,
ExcIusIm
Flour Merchant
Millers' Agent.
So SO Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
io-tf.
E. J. AjrrcB.
s. i). Am j.
AYRES & CO.,
And geueml
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
L. D. THOMS,
Commission Merchant,
And dealir In
STAPLE AND FARCY
GROCERIES,
Foreltro and Someatlo Fmita and Nuta
1S1 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
S-6lf.
DTAST. I-AUKLIl.
ii it. cc:;.s'i.m;u.ui.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(Sui'ci'Bsois to Miller & l'urkir,)
FORWARD G
A.ND
Commission Merchants
Aln ItesAct lu
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN. HAY,
ETC.
orrtcK :
Ui ouiolkvki:.
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
d-Weliave leaseil th .urjre Yellow are
house, "toruze i-jjiacity tons, which glrei
us ample fucilllies for storing mid sliiiiojuir.
U-e-tf.
IMNl'KAMCK.
C. N. HUGHES,
(icnernl
Insurance Agent
OFFICE:
oscxo Xjxiiraiai.
Orsr JUttou Vkl'B .
NONK but I'trit-Clsss Companies rejr
svuteil.
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1858.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
General
Insurance Agents
73 OHIO LEVEE.
Citj Xttiaud Baak Bnlldug , trp-iUlri.
The OldaatKaUbllahad Aceney la Bout
rn IUlnola, repreaenUnir orti
165 000 000
omoti
M omot.tvir..
--tr.
VALENTINE RESOH,
GROCER.
-Dealer la-
Butter, Eggs, Flth, Poultry.
Game and all kinds of freih
Fruit and Vogttabltt.
Eighth Street, Otrro, HI
CfOnlers for Steamboat prOBitly tllai at
my hour, day or nlsht. T.IS-UT

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