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W. L. BRISTOL,
FAMILY
GROCER
Rccpn ovorything portaining to
tho lino of Htnplo nnd Fancy Gro
jorios, Woodoawnro, VcgotnblcH,
Fruits, &a., &c.
ft".
Try
My Now Stylo Mlxod
TEA,
Dlll'oront Combinntion Prom nny
Boforo Oirercd in tho Market,
and of Excellent Fluvor.
Choica Stloctlonof
QUEEN8WAIIE,
GLASSWARE.
CROCKER YWARE
and FLOWER POTS.
1 mill BM talk
"BOSS"
THE
WISCONSIN BUTTER,
S-vcot a -A Ill h
Central Hop Yeast
AwuinThin Summer.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
Coal Coal.
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
MT. CARBON(Big Mudriy)
AND
PEYTONA CANWEL
COAL!
Ordora for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogshcatiH, for shipment,
jromptiv iittonctca 10.
jSTTo largo consuraors and all
niinnfiictiirers. wo aro prepared
:o siioplv any quantity, by tho
aiontli or year, at uniform rate3.
CAIHO CI1Y COAL COMPANY.
l-1-IInlllUy llrn 'noilire, Nil TO Oliln I.imo.
tcr"ll-irila- Uro 'it wlurtlju it
tJ'M U Coul iaiiii, fcwt f 'thirty-i:iKht
'jiil
KJ-l'ost Ofllrr llniwer. :iJ.
A f'tMiinli-to Pictiirlul History of III
TliiH's ' "'I'ln' lu'M. elM-iiprot, mill
Hie
iiiiI Hiicri'snlul lamll) I'lipcr
ill Hie I'liluu "
HARPER'S WEEKLY.
Illtisl ruli'il.
NOTICKS Of HIK V1IFM.
Tim WeoWlv i. tho abln-t and m"st liow
!,,! IMii.tr.ittMl iiiTii.ilie.il tilllilisbeil il-
tills country. lt cdltori-i' are M-lielarly
.....I ,.,,i.v iii.ltii-. mill earrv lilliell Wt'L'lll.
lis illustration, or eurreiil c- t-uli aro lull
1 !in iirnari'(I hv ui'liehtun
Vlt i u eireilLitlon o, l.'O.WO. tho
Weekly is ro nl u lunMby hall a mtllliin
ecrsotiH. an ! lt liilliti'iion as an oigiin ol
iiiliilun Is silmuly ireineinlous. I lie eeK
u! inuliiininH u tiosl Ivu lo.illnn, lllid ex-
iiii,..tril vliuvr (in iio'.itlc.d and so
clal nroblfins. L'UiUvlllrt Coiiiiur-Jmiriuil.
iij .i tlMns nru mnili'U of hleli-toned til l-
etisdon, and its pictorial Illustrations aro
ri.ii .firrnlmratlve lireitllieillM ol lie sllltll
f.,,..., V V Mvtimlner mill CllrOllIclo
Its paper upon exlsient iniest ons iiiul its
inmiiiiiiiio cartoons nuiii i uiui-i
tlnieats ol tho rountrv Pittsburg Com
merelnl,
TKltMS:
Postage free to nib-crllioM In tUo United
Mates',
Hartior'H Wekly. ono voir . . 84 00
Four dmlurs incliulu. preiuiyintnt of U.
8. poUaee by tho publishers.
oiihsi'i'lp' l us to Harper's Magazine,
Wookly.aml llazar, tn nun iiddress lori no
year, ?1U 0i; or, two or llarpor'n Periodl
cats, In one mldivss fur one yenr, if" OJ;
postao iree.
An extra copy of bo Mngnzinc, Wpokly,
i- iiufir will I. it siiniiUeil L'rat'N for eerv
or llazar will
rtltili nT flvn
of live Hiilist r lier.s ut S4 00 eieli, In
one remittance; or, six copies for 20 00,
without ex ra copy; po-liign tree.
Hack numbers can he Mipnlloil at any time.
Tlie annual volume ot Unrper'H eekly,
in neat cloth binding, will no font by ex
prein, lro ol epotise. lor 7 00 each , A
;.mnnli!ta set. foniiiil-liiL' elehtecn vnlumc n.
tout on receiptor cash at llm r to ol $a t!fi
ner voliimo, I'rcitfi t at tho oxpen o oi the
purctiaser.
is -'iiwsniin"rs nre not to none this nil
vartUement without tho express orders ol
lluriinr& Hrntliers.
Adirces HAUl'JJlt UH0TUK118, M. Y.
7 . -w-
YOL. 7.
i.nivou ii:.i.i:its-
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WtmWIe nml ll-tnll liti I"
Foroiffn and Domostio
X.XQTTQHS
No. 60 Ohio Lovoe,
CAIKO, ILLS.
MKsll' "MVIII A CO. Iiave cohiUntly
a larRi! rtnek of the lt km)-I n' lnr
Let, tnl k'licrfrlal attention lolhe "liolwilf
rnticli ut ttiv liiisliicm
w iiui.i.sAi.i: ;itoi i:iin.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-Ami
Commission Merchants
AOEKTS AMKIUCAK POWDEH CO
57 Ohio Lovoo.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Ili-ultr In
BOAT STORES,!
Commission Merchant,
No. TO OHIO LEVEE.
SI'KO I M.nHi-nl! .n Kite.i toeimf ifriuncntt nr.tl
I'.tIXT A Sit HII.S.
B. F. PARKER,
Dmlrr If
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
33nt7SXZS.
iVall Paper, Window Glaus, Win
dow bnaa.es, etc.
Alnnyn un lit.'l, tlje ififliniiiil ulainlnatlni;
AL'ICOItA Oil,.
Corr.r Hie
nth Street nnd WaBhlnf
ton Avenuo
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
IT. C XXxtoIm,
I'ltijirlctiir.
BINDER AND BLANK" BOOK
MANUFACTURER,
Bull.itin Bulldlne. Cor. Twelfth Street
nna Wusmntrton Avenue,
Ort.ix-0. Xllixxoi3.
CJ-Lounly cntt Ii.tIlro.i4 U'oik a iK-clulty .
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker,
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AJNIJ UOWftJiiitUiAij
AVENUE.
Manufactures his own Horso Shoes nun
ciiu A8iiro uoou wont.
PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
.-Mm
Will mutt mi.ltlvi'lv ciiit'iinv care nt'ilii'iiiii.i-
1 1 -id or 1 1 1 i i 1 1 i 1 1 i is yoiit.no m.itlti- liow Umg
MuiulliiKi on tlieliiivoriiiuearin. ut'iiiRiui in
wunl iinnllnilloii II il"- llimvoikiitilckly, llmr
oiitflilv iiiul lieiiii.iiioiilly, leivbiK IHf fysiein
HiniiKiiiel liiiillliy Wnlu In nay piumlm-iit
In Wiialilnulini ( ll . mill run will liiira
that tliu ntiue stuh'int'iit is tiuv in eii ry uitlu-
" :,r' coNDUNr.u I'Kiinric.vi ks.
Nutlnnul llotel,
IVashhilon, D . lim-iulwrJ, Js7l.
M,.ai., Ili liilipli.lllll! A lll litll'VI
(it-ill i I Miy flit lliillv sliile Hint I nfil lil
nuiK'H l!ln iiiu-.it ie llcinwly w hh iUriitM Jueiu-llt
jti ini'fi-ot ( niigii'.s oriiii
I'ri-slilviitlal Miinelon,
Wa-lihiKton. II (... Avill, It:.'
Messrs I li ll'lit ii.iii' n,imj,
(U'litsi 1 or tlie lust sewn yea l lay wife bus
lall il 'k lo i i e li'-r i el it I . slieii-t-l lluve ho.tles
I iiraiiit Itlii-iilil Hie Kflli'vly.. itti'l a iii'im uienl
i-u i was tlie remit. ' Hit iiwuiv,
'i:.eri'lhc (:iklo Picililint lilimt."
te..i.l,w.iiiii 11. ( . Mnirha. lTA.
In I In, kti.i I' tilvu linlll-s IIIV lllllllll'.itisni
whs pnie, 'liiihijt taken Ihltt' ilo.-et iil'lllipiiis'n
KliPiiniillo lii incite Mv lnolliil' ! 1 fsii'i,
ut lleilliiiil, I'h , tuianiu-il liviishiilliii-atnoiint,
Itlll.-N I l.iS-.-.l ,
MrmliiT ol' (.'oliijl'i'si ol' !'
rilot'one ilollarii liottle, or l.v liotllM for lle
iioiiart. -ik yiiariiiiiKjriM lor inuai'K " "'
niallo llciiiiily in ?i ii ti In i-ii 1 1 .1 1 hv
iici.imii-.nmi.m: a; nf.Nii,i;v.
I'liijjui.u ami flu iiibls,
WiiililiiKion, Ii. (.'.
rorsiiieiiy iiiiuiiHi-TS i;vi;itywiii:iu;.
irl'-oM by M'liole-ulv DuikkMs In Cliljriio.
io-i i-wi-;
i .
mmm
CM.CO, ErallOincr Csrxior Swolfth Sttost .n.i "WantJ.lxk.CTt-ja. .A -rvcio.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
JIM BARKER'S FIRST COURT.
1 lint. III). Unities, llie Miile Tlilof,
i iiih 'I'rii'il mill .sciite.iecil lor One
Yritr.
) lioeky Mountain News.
i Jim Barker, a well-known character oi
I tin! mountain-, wliot" liitch-.8iiin:r Imnir.
lotitnlthc head of Blue I.I..ard Oult-n,
was iluiv eiecieu u justice oi ii- pence
for that hcctlou ol LI i'aso county, at Hie J
.September election, anil .Mike Irving, n
eomi'iide of Jim
was empow. reu to i
cillivo ollleer ol hW 1
ulllfhiln ns thi i-xceuilve
eotut. Lat week Jim convened ins urn
court, to bear the complaint ol Llder
hlater, a traveling mi-loiiary. who bad
caused Ibe arrest of .uiirl ISowli s.areM
dent ol the foot hUb", upon a charge of
hlealliiK Ibe eldel't one-eyed mule. Zlmil
bad bean arrested liy living, the consta
ble, while in tbe a-tol ea'lng the descent
of the mule down Mad (inn mountain,
witli his latjat l.i.tened to the tail
of the animal. fhe iiroof nalnn
Zlmrl was concln-he. Aceoid-
Imilv, the Jnsllee, alter much leal
pi iplexity ol mind, proeeedi d to sen
tence .Inn I lo one year's conlliH iiient in
the Territorial lVnllcntiary. which sen
tence he concluded n lollow: "An now,
Kim., fcin' as I'm about out of tilings lo
eat. an' ak you will have the coi lo pay,
I leckon yon d Ik tier laue a lurn aiiiont'
the foot-lulls wldi your rillc air fee if
von can't nick mi .uino meat hclore
iillit, as you can'i start fur the 151' Can
yon before morniii.' ' men mai Keun
duty was penorinud by .nil. biinuiir m
one black-tall law n and a rabbit within
the time pie'crlbed as a postscript to ihe
sentence. On the lollowmg morning t lie
coiirtable, mounted upon his broncho,
accompanied bv the prl-ouer a-tride of
the mule which inc eiuer nan khuhj
loaned him. started through Ihe moun
tains for tbe penitentiary, where they
anlved the econd day out, their animal-
loaded with a deer, two antelope and
a small cinnamon bear, which they sold
to the wauled ol the prl-on. Alter di
viding lb- money, the constable pro
ceeded to hand oor Zi.nri on ihe follow
ing mittimus wh.th is earciully pre
served, and may be seen in the pos-es-sluii
ol the wui ili'ii :
To the bed man of the Colorado
prl-on, down at thu loot of the lilg Can
yon on the Arkansas Take notice:
'.unri lloul-, who eouies with this here,
stole Khler slater's one-eyed mule, an it
was all the mule the elder had. an I sen
tenced Kim olilclally to one year in the
Colorado prl-on, an hated to do It, -eeiu'
as Jin once stood by me like a man
when the Injins had me in a tight piae-.
an arter 1 ee'iileuei d Zlin to out: year lor
stealing the Klder's mule, my wile, Lizzy,
who is a kind o' tender-hearted critter,
come and leaned her arm on my shoul
(b r, and says fclie. -rather, don't forget
the time when .ini. with his rule, cov
ert il ourcabiu from (trauiteuioiiutalii, an
saved us Irom Ihe Aiap.ihoe-, an r-uthcr,
I hae hind you tell that alter you was
wounded at "aaiul Creek, an lielples-. it
wa- .iinil's title that hailed the Indian
thai wu creeping in the grass to scalp
ou.' An then there wa- a tear splash
tell upon the sentence and I changed my
mini! sinlelitly. its follows : seeing as Ihe
mule had but one eye, and wern't mor'ii
hull' a mule at that, you can let Xim go at
about six months, an sooner it Ihe Injuns
sluid get ugly, an, furthermore, il the
Khler shud iiilet down an give in anytime-,
I will p.trdon .un out iu-tanter.
Willie-- in v olllei.il baud and -eal.
.Iamk IVtiiKKi:, .1. I'.
In lllue Llzzard Unlch, Jil l'a-o county,
in the Territory."
The warden, after int'ornilng the con
stable that lie could not, receive Ibe pris
oner upon the commitment olfered. pro
ceeded to explain that he should have
laying again-t Mr. Candee and Mr.
t.. I
Voodward. Tlie match wa begun a
ew evening- ago. the gentleni"n playing
fty game tlie lir.-t night and llfty the
eeond. They were to have met again
tU evening for another bout. At the
lo-eof the two lir-t evening's iilaying.
essrs Candee and Woodward led their
pponents by a -core of sixty-three lo
rty.foiir game.
On their ramble about town yestcr-
ay
motnlng. Sergeant Woolen
Olllecr Sargent ran across
id
man lying at the corner ol
ourth street and Commercial avenue.
ho seemed to be soniewlm out of ill
ilnil from an overdose of v.HWiy. lie
jd lo-t ids lint, and Iih pockets he
tying evidently fallen a prey to Uileves
ere all turned inside out, and his money
1 gone, lie was taken In hand and
:von a resting place In the ealaboo.se un-
I ve-teiday alternoon, when he was
ken before .ludge Hlrd for an exauilua-
,. ..c u i
ive his name as .lohn 1 hoinp-on, and
scried that when he began to drink lie
id llltecn or sixteen dollars In his pocket,
Id that he had been robbed of It. He
as sent back to jail to remain for three
lys.
Mr. .Jaiiie Cheney anil Miss Mary
nlth were married at tlie house or
f bride, on Fourteenth street, at seven
Viock on Thursday night. Ihu niar-
ge ceremony was performed by .lu-llco
i ('innings. No Invited guests were
esent at the ceremony, except tlie rel
ives ol the bride and groom. Alter tliu
remony had been performed, tliu bride
,d groom repaired to the Hough ami
i'idY hall where a lai-e niitv of their
t any nun wmu a i.u e p.ut oi tutu
iy nun eiiueiiii;ii uiuiiti., m urn iiiiui-
rot thirty couple, and Klscnburg'-
ring, as well us the Delta City Cornet
,nd, were In waiting (or tnent. Alter
e u.iial hand. baking ami oll'i'iing of
iigratiilations. the dance was com
eiieeii ami Kepi up iiiiui eievcu o ciock,
ichiluUl'-o Uomings asked tlie atteu-
ui of Ihu midleiiee for ii few moments
tliu had a lew words to say. lie then
hk Irom a sinall center table a beaut!-
i' silver wider pitcher, a silver syrup
tilt and two elegant sliver goblet:
filch ho presented to tlie bible and
I, .1.1. .1 I . !' Il.,.11..l.
llllll W illi inu cuiiipiiiiieius wi iiivj..
Iv Cornet baud, nnd best v.'Hics lur
Mr future happiness. The Delta Cor
I hand then favored the audience wllh
Jicaullftil iilcetv'heii Ihu dance was
;alll IVIIIllcdil
(J llOlU'.
. yS . , I .l .Ill
ami eariici on uum
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1875.
nnd tiisichlncT.v Ii hut 4.S00 lu.utnJ, or 2
i!-r tone.
Tliu balloon U fastened to the ship in
such a manner that It cannot Muy to and
, fro, po tlmt It Is Impossible for the bal
I loon to get out of a perpendicular por
tion. Tlmfdilp In" two ina-t, lore unit
nfr, which reach up to the equator orthe
j b.illoon. On this top of each mail n
larjic wire cap U fastened to the netiltijf
I perpendicularly, ami tin; balloon liell- Is
tastem-d to the ncttliix nil mound its
1 npi iior. In caac of an e.xploion, thu
lower part of the balloon ascends, fall
! Into the nelllnjr, and hall' of the balloon
forms a larjfis parachute. Tlio balloon
defends for a abort ili'laticu with treat
rapidity, when tbe an- prists up iimier-
,', , lir..1il. kim.mu (.nt.and the
,I(lJlc ',t IMlldu more L'iadu.dly. The '
l-,,Jf,l.,.,rulH, ,! propeller are feet
,,, " p" l',, rilt!irv ,ll,lv,.irw.nt com.
ineiicc. and Ibe balloon L'oei down in a
circle like an ea-,'lc s-preadln lu whis. j
'J'he balloon is made ol' cambric miHliu, :
of which IH.OOO yard-i have been ued In
Its mannlaetuie, and the length t the
rope iinal Is ncarlv twenty-one mile.
i he iiuIIIiik ami pushing propi lh r-are
worked by erJuWsfour men at un h
crank, and work in the lower eurii ins
about .130 revolutions a minute, iiieiva
In' the number of revolutions wltn t no
Inen-a'c In hel'lit. Aided by the pulling
and piwhlu' jiower, the inventor claims
that he will be capable ot making I lie
ihip stand Mill in tbe air over any "iven
nolnt. l'laetie-al tiso will be made of
I this advantage by taklnj,' a pbotoraiher
aion' lor inc puipo-e oi (-eeuim pnoio
r.iibie ie5 ol certain .sections of the
country. From a certain height in the
air lie says lie can m: the bottom of any
body of water, no matter how deep. The
photographic view which he propo.es
to hae taken will be ehielly UH'lul to
the Topographical Corp.
Mr. t-chroedcr av that his experience
has proven to blm that hi the higher at
mosphcies approaeliiu the North Pole,
where the lower currents increase in cold
the upper currents increase In warmth,
and lie U theri lore eonlident that lie is
capable ol .alhnjr oyer this region, and
llndlnjr that for which millions have been
spent and many valuable lives lost a
pa-'a'i- to the open I'olar Sea.
The ilr.t ascent will be made in about
two weeks.
A I'olnl fur Tencliem.
Any one wlio ha had the opportunity
of se'-lng tlie manuscripts which have
been ollered lo a periodical, or a publlsli-iug-hoii.e
ol any kind, will remember
that a large number of these uianusciipt.s
were chieilv "declined" becati'e ol their
sentimen ality. The curiou- thing about
It is, that the sentimentality is not cou
llned to the wtitlngs of sick person nnd
young children, but is found in the
sketches, itories. or essays of adults
In good bodily health, of piople
who are not without practice hi
"comim.ltion." of uer.sons who-e bu.
nes.s It I. to teach others, and e-petially
the young, how to write. We -hould be
pleased to base these desultory obcrva
tlou upon a collection of paper -contributed
by tlie I'rolessors of Klietorie, of
L'ngliMi Llteniture, and the like, in our
seminaries and colleges. Such a collec
tion, If we mistake not, would have a vast
deal of sentimentality sugared
through It. Il would Iiave a
great deal of that kind ot gush,
more or less stately and granimatic.il,
which It U ot 'mini eouseipieuce that
young people should be taught to avoid,
both In their private and printed com
munications. Alter reading what Charles
Frauds Adam- so forcibly said in bis
Amherst address, on what -boulil be
taught In the higher institutions of learn
ing, we wi-hed that some one would
iniike an equally impre-sive harangue on
this preci-e point ol teaching teachers
not to teach Fctitluif ntal wiiting. 7V
Old I'utiinrt ; Seribnri' fvi' A'ui .
"I'r ll llliinil 1-4 Ihe
a'ee Deuteronomy, xlhil-l.
I.JIe."
The blood
being the source irom which the system
is built up, ami Irom which we deiive
our mental as well as physical capabili
ties, liow important that It should be
kept pure! Il it contain vile, festering
poisons, mi organic tuuellous Ufcomccii-
teebleil. Si'ltllti" ii i tin i itiiiirii'liint iirii-.iiis.
a. the lung-, liver, and kidneys. M t.f.
1 feet is ino-t di-a.ll-oilJ. Hence It be
j hooves all to keep their blood in a per
1 leetly healthy condition, and more espee-
1 i.uiy uocs mis appiy at mis iiartieiii.ir
season ol thu year than at
I any other. .Mi mailer what
Ainu t:.Liilli euil-u iii.ij ui-, iih: leill
i cause of a larre proiiortioii of all di-eiises
I .1 .'..I.I.i.a I... .1 ....I
i. bad blood. Now, l)r. Pierce does not
j wish to place hi- lioldeli .Medical Hiscoy-
rciy in ini; ciiuiiLiue; to ijnaci iiaii-ui uos-
, iriini-, bv recommending it to cure every
O. f . . .1.... I I I
1 1 he contrary, tliureait1 liuiitinuN l (il-
' lllhl'll.l1. IIIII lllll. Ill' .11 ll'l'lllllllll'llll II . I II 1
C-ca-ts tl'iat lie ackno!c'tl"t'- It will not
(euro ; but what hu o claiiu is tin, that
. i . I . !... I-. ,.' ,.J .It ....... I
UlllirL Ulll IM1U I 111 111 111 UlUVtt. I iittfc
l t.-lll mil oil in Mild flint ilLmUiiL illiii l
'Helloes not.iccomineiid hi-li-eoi ly lur
lllhatill-ci.e, yet lie know., it lo he the
nio.-l seaicning oiooii-eieiin.seryeii'i.cui-.ni.il.
: mil that it will tree llie blood and
.csiem of all other blood-noi-ous. bo
''Hliev animal, vegetable, or mineral. The
oiioldcll Medical hlscoverv is iciimmteU
.ipvbi.utocuie the worst lorn., ol
!1S ..n ,..., of in,,.,..,,,.
Miiu
l'iin-
cile.. and Kriiptloiis; also all (jlalidnlar
"IjW'eiliug.. and lliewor.t form of Serolu-
dlous ami Ulcerated Sores of the Neck,
nll.egs, or other parts, and all .Seiolulotts
ne' ..,..i.' "... ti. 1. 1. ...... ..in.....
ill.ea.l's ill uie iiiiue.,.. n uiie.Tinuiiiii.,
al.,',,...i. sliini.. Illn. Iiil-it and Soinal 1)1--
pl".;i.,.s,all of wliieh belong to Serol'u
Jjoils diseases.
jiv'oxruiMr.n. mr-joixr iii.sr.Asr. clt.i:i.
W. liiiovi: Station-, Iowa.
... it...... .. ti..iv.i.. v: V .
" Dear Sir .My wile llrst became lainu
VAlue venrs ago. Swellings would appear
Tiul distipiiear on ner nip, ami sue was
.Tiidually becoming reduced, and her
-ivhole system lolien with disease, in
IS71. aswe ng broUo on her inn, iii.-
'baring large (iiiautltles, mid since that
I'1111' "n-'1'" 1,10 l"uVl'ral "i''uhigs. Have
I liui Hve doctors, at an expense of Slitf,
i.i..i. sav nothing will do any tjooii uuta
Li'itrg eal operaumi.
V-l .?... Ii lCT'l In. tiitlns lliiic. Mt.
1.9 inn o, iciu, ii ........
vllehas certainly tceeived a great bene
tilt from the use of your Dl-eoyery, tor
1.110 was not iiiiui lo gei tm too ncu aim
Vvas not expected to live n week when
llm commenced ulng it a year ago. She
1... In, .ii .Ifit.nr mnt nf her woi-1: tiir neer
ivs mouths. Ila- used twenty buttles,
uojud still it-lng It. Her recovery Is con-
klhdcrcil as almost a imr.icie, nmi wo m
.) lbutu il all to the uo of your valiiahlo
'..iiediclue. I can clieeilillly recoinineud
"! as a blood-litil'lller aim sirengiu-te-
niiiorei'. ' M- iioiiiNMi.v.
. (loldeu Medical Hicovery t.s soni ny
I, .'I IIUVIMS.
11
l"?..-.-ra , HIT .1 i t -rt .1-
siiL-lv trroai. lTxemuuA aoou
inilseeiels loi'Laillesiinu Citius. svai nee lur
wu ;-r'.VrHi:riVSi:i)ic.i.iswni'Ti:.
tiLlllly St. Jewpll, lie,
1
piEettit
I PROMINENT ADVANTifiESi
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
V. W I ' N
Groat Durability with Handsome Designs, and Giving PERFECT
SATISFACTION Everywhere.
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
012, 014, 010 and 018 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
e.i7..,C W HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
F. M.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a fall stock of
XX ontuolcy Bourbon,
Monongahela, Rye and Kobinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
RHINE,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
POND'S
EXTRACT
The Peoplo's Remedy.
Tho Universal Pain Ext actor.
Noto: Ask for Pond's Extrnct.
Take no other.
"Jlrar! for J will sunk of excellent tiling,'
i F0R
I ii j n rli-i to Man or Ucoj ti,
i I'tills, Jlrnlsi-i
ISIrnliiM, Siu-jIiu, Cunlii-
sions, l)l-locitioii,
H'rai-lnre"., I ills, Ijceni-
ti.l or laciseil Woiinils
l.SuellliiKs.llmui.scaUU,
.'-liiLiuriiii.
Itlt-t-tlltiir l.imaH, in
fepillillnl IMoml.
Xose Itleeil, ami Itlui'.-
inc (iunw or I iIh.
Vomit ill; l' III mill unit
liloody Di-cliarui-s.
IMIt-. - llKt.lluir l'ilcs,
llllml I'lU-i-, (liilalUl.le.)
i'lMilliiu-lie.l.nruclie.Ntu-
ralula, sjwtllcd I'lut.
lllieiiiiiiilisin, ltlivuiua
i tloSvflllnirorSoicms,
jNlilliiess or orfiii-ss,
I.iiinlwiro, Ijime llaek,
Sore Tnroiit or (Jiihisy,
Inll.iliirtl Tonslis.
Dlpllierlit, llrunclil
1 llo, .VhOihiii.
EXTBACT
sorr or Iiillameil Kyts or 1
r.y t-iiui
Oiliirrh, U-iii-orrlica,
I Dlarrlit-a, Iiyetntery.
Sore ipiles, imiumcil
illeast,
riiiiifnl or too t'rot'ii'c
llinillillts
Milk l.etf. tivarian DU
tii.u ami T'liinoi-s.
TUB
PEOPLE'S
K lilue. V Ctiiiiplitliil,
RCMFnV liiint'l and Sli-.iatfiiry.
nCIVICU T, ( ,iiiiiKh mill KtcorJ.
tluim or iiiiaiiis, or
Ailnlts.
VarlfiiMe Veins, t.'n
Inrgt'il or Intluilieil Veins.
Ulecr. Old Sores, Inter-
'ron
EXTERNAL
inil UKtratloiis.
Hulls. tlailiiiucli'S. Tn
. , mors, Hot Swillliii-s.
INTERNAL I'"'". ami lliuiloiu, Clint-t-il
or Sore l'l-t.
'llillliiU,lliiriieisor Silil
, (tie (lulls
I'eltui orW'hllliite, Frot
: til l.lmb.s or 1'uiU.
.Misiiii Ilex. Insert
Stinn, Chaiitsl llitnils.
USE.
I'O.Mt'N r.XTIlAirr U forbaleliyall I'lisl
'Iiihh Uriii;i:lNls,unil lucoiiiiiiv.ultilliy
ull lr.i(rgiats, l'liyii:iaiis, ami 'ry
lltllly Willi llllH MIT n.til It.
I'aniililel i-iiiitiiliihii; lll.tory ami I'si-s iniill
l lus.' on niinllcitloti, If not t'oaiul utyonr
I liuiriiicl's ,
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
New York mill I.tiiitloii.
Ill-.s-ll-illy
I'll YMI'l.iNS.
w
ILLIAM R. SMITU, M. D.
KSll)i:N'CK: No 21 Tliiitwnlli streol, be
twt'oa Wiiilihutton uvtmue nnd AViilnut slixt-t.
ObTIOK: North Blilu or Ktelitli street be
tween Commorelul anil Wudihnttcui uvt-nac.
0.
W. DUNNING, M. D.
UKSIUKN'CK: Conuv Ninth nnd Walnut
ttiecta.
OKKICK: Corner Sixth street ami Ohio Levee.
OFKICK IIOUIIS: r'romOn.m. l.'m., niul
from 2 to m p m
I.AWVlIItS.
OUN II. MULKEY,
Attorney at Ijiiw.
CAIHO, ILLINOIS
OrriUKi At rojtdeiittf on
I ween Wiiillltiston neniic
Ninth Plrifl. !
mil W'almit M
Agents xvniileil rr our .New lluoli,
"PLAIN HOME TALK"
Alioiil llie Hainan tfyslini, Ihe lluliils of Men
nmi Women. om-Micial Kclallniis anil ..Niiliuei,
" ibiuchiit MI-.HIiAL t'dJlMON h -ISM: lor
eterv ..lie" l.niell .Il nmi l.irii.aiieillt OIH lilt-
lllse'iilllely lite, cm r tlitnK niinLlieil. A.l.he.i
lur lull ilei-rliitltei'lii-iiltiriimlexlm terms,
II II, NA IT .V. CO., St. boills .Mo.
I P'-l t- w It. ,
i K&RRIED l.ADIESy7(;io
. i. I pf.wn.i fur i-.nll.li-ntl.il eJr.sir, of irrt-nt value.
I )r. II. l .rAttlt, il U. WiWi.SU luiUauniuUs lo t.
NO. 269.
ARK BfOXOMV IN PRICE,
SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION
QUICK AND UNIFORM
ttr..ii. i:stati". ACJI'.NT.
JOHN a. HARMAN &
Real Estate
CO.
COLLECTORS.
J0NVEYANCEE8, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Aironla of the Illinois Control and
.uurunKion anu uuiscy h. k.
Companies,
North
Cor. Sixth and Ohio LeTse,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
I. O. LVNCII.
M. J. IIOWLEV.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
ASO
House Agents,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE-At tho Court House.
VAIlll'.TY NTOIIt..
(STew-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Xj?OJSt
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Oooda Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. and Commercial Av
CAIKO. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealer in
LTJ-ZBBIExi,,
All kinila hard ami foil,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATII, &o
Mill and Yard,
Jornor Thirty-Fourth Street and
Ohio Lovoo.
PHONOGRAPHIC
IlffSTITUTH.
Corner Waauluicton Av. and 14th Street,
CAIRO, ILL.
OPEN EROM5 TO 0 P.M. DAILY.
n'-'.'-ir.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fash'onablo Barber
ANU
'
j
1
I
'
NORTH sun: OF eighth STREEl
Between Wnsbinston and Commercial
Avenues.
JOHX B,
MaccMun to John B. Fklllta)
TORWAmsHfQ
OommiMion Merchant
And Dealtrs la
HAY, CORH, OATi. FLOUR,
KXAL, BJtAB", te.
Agents for lAllJXftBAWB TCWIO 06
:Oorar Taatli Ttrsst aa Okl
Lava.
7,,1) MathnM.
MATHUSS Sc
K. C.
PORWASDIHO
Commission Merchant!
I)s!er la
PLOUB, GRAIN. HAY
PRODUCE.
AND
0401ilo X-
P. OTJHX.,
Exchnlvi!
Flour Merchant
Millers' Agent
No 0 Ohio LeTee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
7-lli-lf.
E, J. Arret.
9. D. Ajtm,
AYRES 4c CO.
X-OTTj
Ami nensntl
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
L. D. THOMS,
Commission Merchant,
Ami dealer in
STAPLE AND rAIfCY
GROCERIES,
Forclim and Domestic Krulta and Mats
184 COKXEXCIAL A.VIXUK.
!-Ctf.
IXHVRANCK.
C. N. HUGHES,
Ucr.cisl
Insurance Agent
OFFICE:
OX XXO Xj333B.
Ovr Xathuii Ubl'i.
Vlnt-Cliua Cominle reirr
M-ntitl.
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1858.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AMD CANDEE,
General
Insurance Agents
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building-, np-itairt.
The Oldest Established Avenoy in Bout
ra Illinois, representlnir ovr
165 000 000
CKOiCnniMLSM,
The Leonard Scott Pub. Co,,
41 EaECLAY ST. NEW YOBS
Contlnua their authori:tJ Ueprluts of tho
KDINUUKQH lt;VIKtV-Wlil)r.
LONDON yUAltTKJtliY KEVIEW Con
narrative. WEST3I I NSTE It KK V IE W-Liberal
BKITISH yUAUTEKLY KBVIBW Evan
gelical. Uonlalnlng irasteily erlticlims and summa
ries ot mi turn is ire-n ami vaiuame in
Lltetnture, Eeleui-e, nnd Art ; and
BLACKWOOD'S
EDINBURGH MAGAZINE.
The most powerful montblv In tb T.ngh
Lsnpiage, famous lor STUHIEi, ESSAiS,
and SKEl'L'llKS,
OF THE HIGHEST LITERARY MERIT.
TEKMS (Including 1'oitage) :
Payable Strletlv In AiTtnet.
For an? one llevlew, i 00 pr annum
'or any two Havlewii, 7 00 "
Kor any three Hevlew, 10 00
r or anioiir iieviewi, w
lTOT WackWOOU'i Msgs- ,
me, w
For Blackwood and one
Retlew, i 00
For Blackwood snd two
Uevlowa, 10 00
For Blak wood and three
UevieWK, 13 CO
For Blackwood and the
lour ueviews, inw
CLUBS.
A discount of twenty ur cent, will be
lowed to clubiof four or more persotui
Thu : four copies ol tiucKwooa or or one
IVJView will oe lem iu oos Bourns w
12 80, lour coplf of tho four Ke lews and
BlACkwoodlor and to on.
Circular with furtker paitlculan mj b
bd on sniillcsilon. ,, ,wn rn
THE Ll.ONAKD SCOTT PiJBf.'NOCO,
41 Hatxhy Street. N w iwra.

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