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W. tL BRISTOL!
FAMILY
Keeps emrytking Mrtatslnf ta
tho line of staple and Tasoy Oro
sariee, Woodeawara, Tf etables,
FTUltB, Ico., 0. " it ' .T"
Try My New Stylo Mixed
TEA,
Different Combination From any
Before Offered in the Market,
and of Excellent Flavor.
Choice. Selection of
QUEEBSWABB,
OLAB8WABS.
CEOCKERYWARE
and FLOWER POTS.
A IM hi SUTE Mita,
THE "BOSS"
rZSlX KINDLER.
WISCONSIN BUTTER,
Swoet a "id Elcn
Central Hop Yeast
AcainThla Summer.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
Coal Coal.
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
AXX
PEYTONA CANNEL
GOAL!
Ordera for Coal by the car-load.
ton, or In ajfetaeals. for shipment,
arompuYfttcenaea 10.
To lam onaumers aad all
-nannfanturssra. we are oreaared
to aupply any quantity, by the
aontl
mors
year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO OITT COAX COMPAXT.
O-IUllI'lay Bro.'a office , No. "0 Ohio Levee
FVllairiilay Bro.'a wharf boat.
Ft-At I'nnlUn Mills, nr
Or At the Coal Dump, foot of Thirty-Eight
'JTCt
tf-l'oit Offlce Drawer. 300.
A ctMlat Pictorial Hlatorj of lh
1'litaiun.vraB ImmsI. rh..u.Ml. statd
moat anrcoafnl ratmlljr 1'isper
tm tut, Valaa
HARPEIVSVVEEKLY.
Illuatrated.
NOTICES OF THtX PRB33.
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nrinl Illustrated nerlndlcal DUbllsUOU in
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mnA ir.h runt nrn nrnnarud hv our best do
tdKoeri. SVlth a circulation oi 150,000. the
vrvtr ta Triad a IctBt bv half tt' million
periont, ana iu luimenco as au uku oi
opinion Is limply tremendous. 1 he Week,
ly maintain, a positive position, and ex
prestos docldcd vlowaon political and so
cial problems. Louisville Courier Journal.
IU article are models of high-toned dl
cuaston, and its pictorial Illustrations are
often corroborative arguments of no small
force.-N. V, Examiner and Chronicle.
Its nanera unon existent nuent'ODB and Its
Inimitable cartoons help to mould the ten
UmenU' ol tho country Pittsburg Com
merclal.
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GROCER
VOL. 7.
i.iairoit iealrbji
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholml. and RtU Dealtrs la
Foreign aa Doseestio
liIQTJOHS
WIN KM OF AIM, KIXD,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
CA1BO, ELLA. i
MUSSR' . .MYTH CO have coMUnlly
u larpr ttock of the best rool l iue mar
ket, and KleiroUl attention told' iWiulesnle
ranch of the business
WlIULkNAI.E UKUlXK.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
And
Commission Merchants
AOENT8 AMERICAN POWDEIl 00.
57 Ohio Lovee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Healer In
BOAT STORES,!
Commission Merchant,
No. 10 OHIO LEVEE.
CSl'KClAL attention git en toronilgwner.ti and
PAIXT AXIIOIM.
B. F. PARKER,
Dealer in
faints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Olass, Win
aow onaaes, sc.
Always on haul, the celebrated Illumicatlo;
AURORA Oil,.
TE3 jroaatB'
XlulXdlxaaTi
Corner Clsventh Btreot find TToahlr.g;'
ton Avenue
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
T. C XXlXolsT),
I'tuprivtor,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER,
Bulletin Bulldlmr. Cor. Twelfth Street
ana waaninirion Avtass,
Oalx-o. nUnoli.
tJ-Connty ami Ibillroad Work a Specialty.
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker,
SIXTH STREET. Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAIi
AVENUE.
Manufactures bta own Horse Shoes and
can Assure Qood Work.
PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
Mm
MILLINER Y!
Mrs. M. SWANDER
Is now rccclvliij: a largo
stock of
and
well selected
FALL AND WINTER
HILLim'i,
At her stand on
EIGHTH STBKET,
To which she Invites the attention of the ladles
of Culro and vicinity. In this stock wlllbe
found nl I the latest styletof ILits, Bonueta. ltlb
bona, Flowers and all Millinery tjoods, all of.
fered at the lowest living prices. Ladles in
l..hr.r Lin-UK. am earnestly reniiesteil to
give Mrs. BWiiuuer a nan ueiure iuiuuiii
elsewhere. Her stock of fancy goods and no
tions Is complete, ami sue is ucn; uuuvi nut .u
be tindersold by any body in the city.
ll.iMf.
A Book for ..the People.
Of ( itrtu Jiubls CDlUllIB IWMJW : "
XAMBIAtie, J sua uAYWl.tiuHf v it" "
svliis,uallie.iisisrsli
lly;i, th. MystsrlesoklSriducUcn, Lo. A suiidtti)
ii"..in. Mysteries af KsnroducUen, so. Asuiip.tq
si ta irtty ou ti, vsriuu. UUt. ui Hi. Vr.nsnr and dsn.
rivsOrrai.uriMKhu.... i....i...n.iu k.i r.iriii.of Fri
eata, Tsnsisal.iul ChreuloBlsssHsuf UuthSeses. Uie
tUMU or Xasiy Abu... uu u,. Riuaiiy um sua IU dsu.
qusca aai(nimuii, iiuiiiiiitaunrua.uisr atMU.1
Slvlnv i.iiiii.ni. uit-rn.! Btluna turn .ir.1. .k... jll..
Vlvrk
Mea,Vpcr,taisrsjlM wuitiia dtft, Slja A Pain.
BklttoVtii. iiaBiivsdirculuMprsuMTlMa, slv
lug eoutruti ef tli.atigvs work Jaiilfu Mlt4 wrsiwrea
SSI'S.
XBBKEDIOiL BUEOIOALriBTITDtB,
WU.WAVaW;(,WMN"'
he f aif o gttUetiiu
Ofl8.se, JBullertln. SxUaixv-, Oanar TvtMIH Sweet sun
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
ClODt
a row ax DiaziiAT,
A Itillilan Kent If man, bom 11, Trantlated
by John Bowrlnf. F. T..fl. L. D.
llertliven. after serving teven yeart In tlit
ttniy, hu made sutcenlvelr a Councilor of
SUt, Ambassador of the Senate, ITeMdentof
the College of Commerce, Pnbllo Laahltr, ami.
In 102, Matter of Justice. The poem on God by
tills author I trautlatcil In Japanee by order of
the Kmiieror, and la bungnp embroidered with
cold In the temple of Jeddo. It has alto been
translated .nti the Chinese anUTarbir languages,
written on a piece nf rich aiik, and impended In
the Imperial palace of i'ekln 1 y
O, Thou Eternal Onel whole prentice bright
All apace (loth occupy, an motion Kiuuei
Unchanged througb. time's ktl-4evastatlng
Thou oniyViodl There it no God bealde.l
Hrlng above all iieingai s nree in onei
Wboia none can compraaBa, ana bubtiiuic(
Who Ull'.t ex latent with Tkyaelt ulr.ee i
llelng whom We. c.il Uri and know no uiore
In Itaaubllmo reaenrch. tihllomtihy
May nwuitrenui the ocean deep, may count
The aaiida on the nun 'a ray but Ooil, fur Thee
There It no weight nor mt-aMirc none can
mount ....
Vu to thy myttcrlesi Iteanon'a brlKht par.
ThoUKh kloilled by thy llxhl, In vain would try
lo trace in coiiumii munue auuuara.
And thought l lout, ere tuougtit can eoar to
hlfh-
Kten like putt momenta In eternity.
Thou Irrm primeval nothltincM dldtt call,
r lrti cnaot, men r.Mieijcei im, vu mcu
Kteimty hail lit foundation. All
HprlnK lorth irotn thtet or lleht, Joy, harmony,
Siileurlxlnl All Hie. all benuty. are thine
Thy word created all. and doth create)
I liy rpitn(lor Illl. all .pnee mi rn) n uitiuri
Tbuu art, and wert, and tlull Ije, glorlotul
Kientl
Light Blriiiif, life suitalolnjr. t'otitatc.
Thy chain, the unmeasured universe aurround,
Ilnheld br Tliee. bv Thie in.nlreil with brcathi
'1 him the Letflnnlnir Ith the end hath bound.
And beailtiludy ruTnKlvd lire and dcathl
a. .naik. iimiuit unuranl 1mm the tlcrv blaze.
o kun. are bom, to worlda fpilip forth from
j nit
And aa the tanglea In the annny ray
Shine roun'l the silver tnow, the pageantry
Uf Heaven' bright army glitttra in thy prale
A million torche-. lighted b tlx hand
Wauder unwrarled tbroiixh tlie blue uby t
The) own thy power, uccompli.h thy com
inuiiii,
All gay with life, all eloquent with bill.
Wbal.full w. cill llirmr I'lleaol crystal light,
A glorious company of golden atrearus
Lumps orcelealial ether, burning bright.
Mint lighting atattms Willi Uielr glorious
l-ranu?
But then to these nrt as the noon to night
Vrs, as a drop of water In the tea,
All tills magninceiice iu intv is ion
v tint are leu iiiuusauu worms coniiimiio i nm
nd wtut ata I to meal? Aiaien'auunuiiiu-reu
hi..t
Though multiplied by myriads, and arnttiged
In all Ihe glory or subllmctt thought,
It but an atom In the b lancet weighed
Against thy greatnus, It acliiber brougiil
Agulutl Jnlluity. Wcot an. I, ttitnt .Nought!
Nouchtl but the effluence of thv life divine.
i'eivnding worhbi hath reacheiV my bosom too.
Yea, in my spirit doth thy eplrt thine.
As .lilnt-i i lie sunbeam In u uron ot dew.
Nought! but I live, and on hope' pinion fly,
bager luwum my presence, lor in i mr niir.
And breathe, and dwell) aspiring high,
Kveu to the throne of thy divinity
1 uu, u Uodl aud surely Ihou mutt bet
Thou art, directing, guiding all. Thou art!
Uirixl my unnersuuuing, men, w tucei
i..niirnl :nv mlrlt. arulde inv wandering heart.
Though but on atom midst Immensity ,
mi 1 1 ni someinui Tunionni oy mr nana:
1 hold u middle rank 'twixt lieven and earth,
fin ttiv l.kt tariff lit rilnrtMl I1.I1117 .lj,nil.
Close t.i the reulms where angels lute thtir
birth.
Just on the boundaries of the spirit land.
The chain of bfinglt complete In inn,
In me Is matter'!, lust grnuation lost,
And tne next sttp is spirit-! eityi
1 can commanu Hie ugniiunr, ami am uusi.
A mnnurrli and a slael A worm, a icod!
Whence c ime 1 here, aud how? So nurvelously
Constructed and conceUedl Unknown this clod
Lives sure r thrtiuiih some higher energy:
Kortruin iisell'alunr tt could nut be.
Creator, yes! Thy wisdom und Thy word
Creuteil me, Th .u source of Hie and good,
Thou spirit ofmy spirit, and my Lord!
Thy light, thy love, In starbrlglit pleutltude,
rilled me with an Immortal soul, lo spring
0tr the abvss of death, and bade It er
The garments of eternal day, and wing
lis neaveiuv uigni ueyonii inis iiuie .jMicrr,
Kvtn to its aource-to Thee Us Author there.
O thouirht IneRabte! O vision blest!
Though worthless our conceptions all of 1 bee,
lot siuii my siuiuuweu image u i our urcasi
And waft Its Imsce to thy tieily:
liod thus alone my lowlr tlmuiihts con soar
Thus seek thy pieaeuce living wise and good I
illiist thy vast works, udmire, obey, adoie
Attrt when the tongue Is eloquent no more,
The soul shall sjieak In tears ot gratitude.
1 ho forra of the simile can hardly be Iraag
Ined by those who have never witnessed Ihe sun
(bluing with unclouded splendor lu a cold or
tu to bo degrees of Iteauiuer. A thousand and
leu mousaiiu s turning stars oi it, ungmer
thau the brightest diamond, play on the surface
of the froten snow, und tl.e slightest breez .ets
myriads or Icy atoms iu motion wuuse glancing
light und beautiful rain dazzle aud Weury the
)
PERILS OF THE POLAR SEA.
A Nolllnry Htar (he Ilc-lmam's OnlUc
Extract from Captain Young's Diary.
'i'lio following is an extract from Cap
tain Yountf'a journal :
Pkel Sthait, beiitcinbcr 1. We are in
a deep bight in tliu loc. All eotithward
one unbroken pack across from side to
side. Fitzroy Inlet lull. Bellot Strait
packctl close. The spring tides have
passed away, and there is no hope oi
getting further soulli this season, for the
winter has already set iu with the usual
accompaniment of gales, sleet and snow,
and thti new Ice is ranUllv lornuuir on
the waters. I ant very loth to turn back.
aud am struggling on against hope, If
even to reach lienor. Hiraic, wnere we
could hold on In comparative security
loncer than wo could possibly do here.
To remain in our nresent position iu l'el
Strait is out of the question, us well us
nurnoseless. Wo are hourly in uuniri'r
oi Deing oeset, ami, once newt, me nii-
Drisoued for (lie winter, without u harbor.
and in a position which would leave tu
nowerieBs loaccotuDiisuiiiiyiiiiiiz. r roiti
this noMtlon we could merely lollow by
sledging In the spring the footsteps of
that veteran explorer McCllntock to King
William Land, under tho same condi
dllious, without (tone of further result,
and In that case we should run the risk
ol the shin not being released next sum
nier. nntl a. consentient autumn return
probably ending our hitherto t uccesstul
voyage lu disaster.
I cannot omit this opportunity ol ex
pressing my gratitude, to tny oftlcers and
crew, wno ni tins criucui penoii oi mo
vovacre. were onlv too anxious to Dttsll
forward, ami shared equally with myself
their disappointment at the suuuen arrest
or our proirrt'M nnu tins crustier u mi
our hopes of making tho Northwest pas
sage tins season.
A RACK AGAINST TIMK. '
Skpt. 3 We are running back under
reefed sails out of Peel Strait. Tho tem
perature Is 90 doe., with wtialU and
snow. We slop to sound. oooMlonally
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1875.
the unexplored deptlii or this sea, on i
wiiivh no etup ha ever beuii known to
ail, and ly tliu evetuug of the lill we
were passiug urounu i.iuiesioue iiaini,
the teuiperaiiiro lulling lo 24 deg. As
wu apurwavheU au euoruious pucx which
lay eiose lo u ou our port huuu, uud
ttireuleued completely to cut oil' our re
treat, 1 could Just sec at Intervals between
the snow storm a small.thread of water,
perhaps half a uillc wide,
and 1 dau-rtuiiied to ran a race against
lime, with the pack and try to pass Cape
Iteunel More it impinged eouipletely on
the laud by the actiou or the northwest
gale that wua blowing. It wa. in tact,
our only chance of gelling out or the
strait, lor had wo herniated or stood back
to the southwest we should certainly liavo
been shut hi tor the whiter; no we pressed
ou with the last itiereasltig darkness and
gloom ol the coming winter night. It
wa a drcudlul night ; the wind increased
to a violent gale, with hall aud sleet aud
bliudiinr drills, uud wc threaded our way
flu the uam, the white glare or the pack
ou one nunu, tne gleam O! llio anoweian
laud oil the other being our only guide.
duriiiuTtsti uitartjAMiUtarratar
(hone out. lor halt'au hour, irlvitig the
helmsman a point for the direction of tho
chip. As Ihe wind iucreascd, the telil
iierature lull to 18 deg. Fahreulu-it, and
a lie spray froze over the ship as it fell,
aud uy lutdiiigut our tiecKs were inn oi
snow, which whirled up iu blinding
Ui ills from the eddy winds out ot the
sails. We could iroin time to time judge
our progress along the coast by the ex
cellent description ot lions aud McCllu-
lock lu their spring journey, inus, ai
ten p. m.. we parsed the d-ep gorge
which separates tliu limestone from
the red sandstone lormation a
curious geological feature of tliu coast.
Uy midnight wc were oil' Cunningham
Inlet, anttby 3 u. in. we were Just in the
position 1 had so long dreaded. The Ice
pack had already impinged on Cape Itcn
nel, leaving not the slightest passage, uud
our progress iu this direction was stop
tied. Suddenly a snowstorm that hud
been beating down upon us for tho whole
night abated aad disclosed the high, pre
cipitous clills hanging immediately over
ih. presenting a most ghostly appear
.ino', the horizontal Kirulu seeming nkit
the huge bars ol some gigantic lion uige
and standing out from the suov. t.iee. in
fact, it was the skeleton of aclifl". aud ttc
appeared to be iu Its very grasp, for u
few minutes only we saw this apparition,
and then all was again darkness. We
barely had room to round to between
this clirl on one side and tliu pack on the
other and then hutllv ranged about seek
ing some escape. Most providentially,
after three hours ot interne anxiety, a
slight movement lu the pack was reported
from alolt, giving indications of a weak
place. The ship was instantly turned in
that direction, und eventually we suc
seeded in forcing her through the weak
est place iu this nip, now our only hope,
wtiicn was aireau) rupiuiy closing again
with the formation ol new ice.
THE PANDORA A IIUOK ICICLE.
Sept. 10. Wehavejust passed through
a gale with the temperature dowu to 2d
deg., and we were iced over all, tor the
heavy seas beat upon us aud froze as
they tell upon our sides and decks, uud
tlie Pandora became one huge icicle.
Anchors, shrouds, and rigging was one
solid mass. It became a bcrieus ques
tion how long wo could have maiiceu
vred tlie atrip tiad not the gale abated.
We had run out oi Lancaster Sound beat
ing up to tlie Carey Ile, where I de
termined to make a lurther effort to Hud
some record of the Alert uud tlie Discov
ery uy searching every island of the
group in detail, uud, failing iu that, at all
hazards to make a dash for Lyttelton Is
land, feeling how anxious tlie irleuds ot
the expedition would be to hear news of
their passage through the dangers of
Melville Day. In this I was lully sup
ported by all my officers, who appreciated
the importance of obtaining some tidings
of the expedition. We reached the Carey
Nski.ids on September 10, beating up ail
the way agamsi a strong northerly winu.
aud finally reaching the group iu the
midst of a violent snowstorm. Tho sea
here, and as far as could be observed to
the north, where the action of the wind
vu3 felt, was .jiulte clear of Ice, and
although lee was still forming iu still
water I think I could have been able to
reach as fur North as Lyttelton Island.
This time we hoved to off the southeast
island, on the top of which we perceived
u cairn. The Island, Instead ot present
ing u view or bare stones, was now cov
ered witli a white mantle of snow, which
had couiDlc telv chanced its appearance.
It was some 700 feet or 800 teet high,
and very steep ; but the suow served us
u means oi ascent in u piacu wnere oincr
wise it would have been Impossible to
gel up. Lieutenants j.iiiingtstonanuuey-
uau went asuore, auu ior uau
an hour wo watcneu inem
climbing up the steep face ol tho moun
tain. At last tuey reacneu tne cairn,
where they remained only u rew minutes,
for we soon saw tlieiu rapidly descending
to the water's edge. In u few minutes
they returned with a tin tube containing
a packet addressed to the Admiralty, evi
dently left by Captalu Nares. The Pan
dora was now moving homeward and re
croscd Melville Bay without incident,
uud, finding it periecuy cieur oi ice, Willi
a heavy rolling sea, which Is quite unu
sual in the uay, we reacneu lmsco
on September 20, where wo remained
until tliu 24tU, recruiting, w e aguin ue-
Eartetl.and had a favorable passage down
luvis Strait, but encouutercd very heavy
weather aud violent gales iu crossing tne
Atlantic, the ship being battened down
for live days, and readied Portsmouth on
the luiii.
nOSS' RECORD FOUND.
Hie Pandora touched at Somerset.
wltt-re Sir James Koss and McCllntock
erected a calm in 1849. Captalu Allen
Voting went ushore uud succeeueu tu nnu
inir ituss recortl. which he brousht away
with him, leuvliitf i'01'"5 f his owu
visit iu IU place. The IoIIowhib; is thu
copy of tho recortl: "June 7, ISiU. The
eyllllUer WIIICU contains una pin:i wiib
i. .it iwr.. hv n n:irtv tletaeheu Irom ll r
Jilljtty'6 Ships aillirprise uiiu iihi'mh
aier, umirr tlie cmiiiiiiuim ui vuiimu oir
Uint a ii. itnts. It. N.. In search of the x-
petlitiou of Sir John Franklin, ami tu in-
loriU any Ol nil I"" u umy
tint It that lliose ships, havliitf win
tered olt Tort Leopoltl, have formed a
depot of provisions tor the use of Sir
John Franklin's parly, luMcient for six
months. Tho parly aro now about to re
turn to tliu ships, which as early as uog.
alble In tho sprlnjr will piuli forward to
Melville Island ami search the north coast
ot Uarrow'a, Straits, ami. falling to meet
thu party they are seeking will touch at
lort Leopard on their way back and
then return to England before tho winter
shall set lu James. O. Koss, Captain."
This slmplo paper. tho record of
n mere visit to the spot, really shows
what a reiuarkuhlo Journey Itoss
and McCllntock made when
they traveled on foot from Part
Leopold around this unknown coast In
days wiion sledge travelling waslu Its in
ruklmttm Ja.-irsMQ.iAe.
PROUMHT ADVAHlGIgi
THE NEW LOW BESIRVOIft "STANDARD"
Great Durability with Handsome
SATISFACTION Everywhere.
KAJDB ONLY BY
Bxcelsior Manufaottiring Gomp'y
012, 014, Oie and SIS IT. MATH 8TBJBET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AKD SOU) XXOLUirTELT ST
8 i:-2n,C' W HENDERSJON, Oatiro, Illinois.
fancy. It also shows how strange are
the chances ol Arctic navigation, lor
Koss was in the exact track or the Embus
and Terror, and but one season In arrear
or Franklin's parly, having abandoned
their ships; and Koss1 Impression must
have been strongly against the probabil
ity of Franklin having passed down these
straits, othenviae he would have ex
pressed his intention to tollow this route
with his ships the ensuing summer rather
than the north shore of Barrow's Straits.
POND'S
EXTRACT
Ihe People's Bemody. '
Tho Universal Pain Ext aotor.
Note
Ask for Pemtl'i
Take no othi
a Extrsuit.
,er.
'Hear: for I will sneak of excellent Urines.
FOR
Injuries to Han or II easts,
r'alls, Bruises
Itrmlaa, Sprains, Contu
sions. Dislocations.
rratctnres. cuu. Lacera
ted or incised n oanda.
arelltuKB.Uurns,8calils,
mi
ounuurns.
Hieeainx l.uaixit, or
SplttlnKor Ulood.
Kose aliped, auil Oleed-
inc uums or icetn.
TentltiaitT of Blood and
llloodv Discharges .
Pile - Bleeding Piles,
Blind Piles, (lnillllils I
TaotBtsveh,Karachc,Ncu-
EXTRACT
nugia, Bireuea raet.
Btteumstlaaa, Kiietuna
tic S wellina- orSorenaaa.
(Itmess or Soreness,
muuwvi Lsime usca.
More TttrottS or Quintv.
InBarocd Tonsils.
Blfitberiis, Bronchi
tis, Aalboasv.
Hore or Inflamed Eyes or
a.ye-iias,
VaUirrfc, Learorrhea,
Ulsrruea, uystntcry.
.Hore 'lptle, luflnnicd
Urrast.
Pnlnfnl or too Profuse
Monthlies.
Milk atr. Ovarian Dlt-
can and Turasrs.
PEOPLE'S
Uldupv Coinnlalnt.
REMEDY,
I tiniTeland Strausury.
C'bnUnsjs and l.xcoris-
lions or inranu, or
Adults.
Varicose Vln, , En-
larired or Inflamed Veins.
;ron
EXTERNAL
AND
Vleers, old Sores, Inter
nal Ulcerations.
Bells, Carbuncles, Tu
mors. Hot Swellinia.
INTERNAL
Vents and Bunions, C'hal-
ed or Sore Feet.
t'hsBnxa.Harnessor Sad
USE.
dle ualts.
Felon or Whitlow, Frost
ed Limbs or Parts.
Mueqatte Btteit. Insect
Biiagt, vnappen lianas.
I'ONIt'M KXTBACT tt forsalebyall FlrsS
C'lsuia UrsuralstB. and recorumeaded by
all Urajrsiats, Pbyslclaas, and every
SsA.lv who Ssaa stvsa nsad It.
rniuphls-t contalnlox Ulttory and Cats mall
nl rree on appllcalloo , If not found at your
DrUfuitt's.
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
New York ana LeatJea.
413-5-15-illy.
PIIYHICIANft.
-piXXAlf X. SMITH, X. S.
KESIDF.NCE: No. 21 Thirteenth street, be
tween Washington avenue and Walnut stmt.
OFFICE: North aide of Eighth street be
tween Commercial and Washington avenue.
o.
W. STJHNXNa, X. B.
RKSIOENCE: Corner Ninth and Walnut
streets.
OFFICE! Corner 81zth street and Ohio Levee.
OFFICE HOURS: From 6a.m. 12m., and
from 2 to 8 p.m.
tVAWYEBH.
JOHN H.XTTCJCET,
Attorney at JLsw.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
OFFICE: At residence on Ninth Stmt, be
tween Washington avsnns aud Walnut bt
JAXMk". LAHO.
Y.U. WAUU
A WsaaVltD,
,
-Dealers lo-
Bi2Miiilj(Mwp.J5ta)Cjil,
The best iu the market. Also all kinds of
four foot
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD
Orders Delivered to any part
of tho City Promptly.
Leava Orders st
Orvatal Saloon.
or at the Company
row Gauge Depot.
Office, at Nar-
TBBKS-B att Cash on Delivery
or Goods.
JAMES K.LANHJ
U-D-lsa.
NO. 278.
ARE ECONOMY IN PRICE,
SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
Designs, and Giving PERFECT
KEAE. E8TATB AUEHT.
JOHN ft. HARMAN
CO.
Real Estate
Aim
HIOTTSB A.C3-H12STTS
COLLZOTOBS.
MSTETAX0XBS, V0TABXU TVWU9
AX
Uid AsMts ef tae tltlaela Owtrai
SarUaates aad auUeyB. A.
Wertk Car. Slsrtk aa Okie Isevaa,
U4LAJSW. XasUsTVIS.
r. o. LYxcn.
M. HOWLBY.
LYNCH ft HOWLET,
Sous Agemts),
olleotors and Conveyanoers.
OPFICK-At the Court House.
VABIETT HTOBE.
New-York Stor
WXOLSSAUI AXS MTA1X.
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Qooda Sold Very Cleae.
Corner 10th St. sad Commercial At
OAISO. IIXIXOIS.
C. 0. PATIER ft 00.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET
OO
Dealer in
XjTJaCBBrR.
'Al kinds hard aad soft,)
fLOOBINO, SIDINO. LATH, o
Mill aaS Yard,
Corner Thirty-Tourth Stxast and
Ohio ISTee.
ZZtTSB'X'X1 U U? Him
Corner Wasblaataa Av. and 14th Street,
OAXBO, ILL.
OPEN EBOH 5 TOO P.M. DAILY.
l-2-tf.
Fashionable Barber
AKD
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTS STRKE1
Betweea Waehlasrtea aaS Oeaasuroial
Aveatiee.
L. D. Akis, Calm. II. K. Xxiir, Chicago
If. D.
Ida eft Co.,
- Dealers In-
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
103 Ccauasrclal Avtssi, . - ' 3tIX0,XLIJ.
rWhow favoring us with their rioaaM
wilrflnd a ooropkta Hue of goods from which to
select, at bottom prices. hMf-wtjr.
CONFESSIONS
OF A VICTIM.
VntillstsadM'Si warnlnsr sail lor the benttto!
S'.nn f n .ti.l nlhM hn .llSWr fVllBa NaTTOUB
Usbllliy. Loss of Manhood, etc., Gtviu his
Kales of Helf-oam after uawtorfoiBX saaefe sef-
TAANUJL'alAYFAlS,. O.oi IM, so
tyu, Jf. 7-7-l-Wat
CsjlMIMHail
.a m m VsX Ts a
to:
n ; n n
(tanetststi to Jot B. rittla)
VOmWABMK v
CtommiMion MtTObants
u
' -T) Ht'i
WLOVM,
HAY.
OOBB, OATS,
MaUiiBUr;
iiMta uiursiin
SOame
Teatli
Lavaa.
Z.O. Vathuss.
tt. C.
KATBVin fc
i J
VOBWABDXBa
And Oeceril
OommiBiion Mtrohaixts
Daaltrs Li
OBAM. , SAY
niosiTos.
VLOUB.
ABD
p. cunt,
--Wrcrairfe
Hour Mercliaait
Ajrs
MiUers7 Jent
So SO Ohio Lerec,
OAXBO, ILUMOIS.
7'ltt-tf.
X. J. Ayres.
a. p. Arias.
ATRKI sk OO.
And general
GonuLUssiozi Merchftnto
He. 7S
KIO IsBTBS.
LD.THOMS,
Ooziimission Merchant,
An dealer. In
STAPLE ABD TAXOT
GROOHBIIIS.
Verelsja aad Sesaeette Truite aatl state
1S4 C0MKIB0IAI. AVWTJX.
s-ctr.
HavmancK.
O. N. HUGHES,
General
Insurance Agent
omoi:
Ovsr XathuM tTU's .
NOJtR but
teuteil.
Flnt-Oass CoSBpamlea rafrt
INSURANCE.
BSTABUSHBB lSSS.
SATT0KD, MOWtIS
ANDCANDIE,
General
Ixisuraiice Agents
TS OHIO XJCVSE,
City Vatioaai leak SriliUff, Tetairs.
Tbe Oldest SsUblisbed Aceaey ta Seat
era Illinois, repreeeiitlHa eve
SBiOOOOOO
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