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wrLMISTOLr
FAMILY
GROCER
Yoops ovorything pertaining to
tho line of Btaplo and Fanoy Oro
seriM, Woodonwaro, VegotabloB,
Fruits, SiO; Sic.
Try My New Stylo Mixed
I1 32 9
DilToront Combination Prom ony
Hoforo Ottered in tho Market,
and of Excellent Flavor.
Choice Selection of
queen8wabe,
glassware,
crockery ware
and FLOWER POTS.
1 UIU! lit MB Win,
THE "BOSS"
WISCONSIN BUTTER,
Svroeta.d nich
Central Hop Yeast
Attain Thin Summer.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
COAL.
Coal Coal
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
AXD
PEYTONA CANNEL
COAL!
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
Dromptlv attended to.
t&'To largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo aro propared
to supply any Quantity, by tho
month or your, at uniform ratos.
CAIBO CITY COAL COMPANY.
fltallldsy Hro.'i office, No 70 Ohio Levee.
Ilairiiluy lira's wharfbuut.
At KKypthin .Mills, or
At the Con! Hump, foot of Thirty-Fluid
treet
J3-rost Office Drawer. 500.
"A ramitlrlit I'irlorinl lllntoryof Ibe
Tlliiris Tim bet. cheiiel, itlltl
mom Hiici'fDitriii rniniiy i'iiier
iu tu lliiluu "
HARPEFVSWEEKLY.
Illnitnttrd.
N0TICK8 OF THE I'llKSS.
Tim Wneklv In the ablest and most row
crful Illustrated periodical published la
this country. Its editorials aro scholarly
mil rnnvlnulriL'. and enrrv much wcluht.
lu illustrations of current events uro lull
mil Iresh. a tid aro urcDured by our lictatle
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vFj.L-lv ( mail at least bv half it million
tiomnna. nml its Influunco AH an or iran of
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ly maintains a positive position, nml ex
iiresscs decided vluw on political ami so-
f.i.,1 i.l.nir T m ila vllt.i ,mirlni,-.linrnfit.
cim iiruiiitnii-. j 1 1 Jit I . ..... , ,
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often corrobonitlvo arguments of no small
t'nrr.u. N. Y. Hrninlnor ml CllrOllU'lo,
IU paper upon existent lutesl'ons anil it"
Inimitable cartoons lirlp to mould the sen
timents ot tho country, 1'lttsburg Com
mercial.
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AdireiD UAUl'KH MIOTHEH8, N. Y.
VOL. 7.
i.kiijok ii:am:km.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholwwlc arid detail Dealers (n
Foreign and Domestic
LIQUORS
WBM.S OF A Mi MIX DM,
No. 60 Ohio Lcvoc,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MKSS1U-. HJITII . CO. have ronsUntly
a Write stock or U lt Rood In Hip mar
ket, and kU(!w,UI attention In I lie Vtliolebal
ranch of thu business.
viioi.i:nai.i: ukockun.
STRATTOft & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
Anil
Commission Merchants
AOENTS AMERICAN POWDER. 00
57 Ohio IiOvoo.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dealer In
BOAT STORES,:
Commission Merchant,
Wo. 10 OHIO LEVEE.
SVf.t lALnttuitinti gtorn torou? Uumciils anil
Mimic orders
l'AI.M'AMI II.S.
B. F. PARKER,
Under In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
nnuaiiEB,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, "Win
uow fcsnuacB, 610.
Ahrnys mi laud, ILe w Itbintol illuitif nntlnr
AIJICOISA Oil,.
13x.onG X3vxlXdiiCi
Con:or Kloventh Stroet and WaahinK
ton Avenuo
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
2T. G. Zluoltt,
I'rnprlrtor,
HINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER,
Bulletin Bulldlnir. Cor. Twelfth Street
aud waahlneton Avenue,
Caii'o, IHIiioltJi.
Ct-C'oiinty nml ILillrond Wnik a SK-cllty.
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker,
SIXTH STREET, Botweon OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
AVENUE.
Manufactures Ills own Horse Shoes and
can AoBUro Qooit WorU.
PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
Mm
MILLINERY !
Mrs. M. SWANDER
U now recehinz n lare nml well eehftid
tocl: of
PALL AND WINTER
MIL LINEHT.
At lirr siimd on
EIGHTH STREET,
Tr, whl.'li .he Invites lliuitttentloii nf thu Indies
of L'hIio and vlcliilly In tills stock will be
found ull the latest stylcsorlluts, llunncts, Itllj
bons, Flowers nml ull Mllllneiy liuuiU, all of
fered at the lowest llvlnjr inices. Ijidles In
kA..fii ,.r luiririiliw mi t'lii-uestlv rentiesteil to
Klvc .Mrs. Swiinder a call before purrliuilng
el.ewliire. Her stock of fancy goods tiudii
ilniis U eomnlt'te, and the Is determined not to
lie undersold by uiiy body iu the city.
u-a-tr.
A Book for the People.
fJlY.JlOI.OOV
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SH, axUDIC l-Ulllllill I'av. hhu H I'
nlu't. sii'l vncrailni:., until, imtur.l,
iiorsl suit lnul riUtiiiiii ul tlio ki,
.iiahiii.wu:.
llnni, tho My.terlo. vf Uepioductlon, tic. A lUmlaid
i id uiiy i.i. the vurlouiii.raK i. iltc ur.nory una ucu.
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y.i1'.' V,"i,c'?'i,f!"' L'lirohlo BtscsitODf ..itliVM, Die
ruvi-ti vf early Abu.u. ihi the .viiml .y.um sml IKc u.n
licrs ul kir..v. lu'luru .itt Hnir lukrrluxe, If.Jii'll lur'-
liiiiluta iluay suit Inirolciiuv-. i .lmi. loun.t'llur tu lli
iiisrrku mul 1liui iiiiiU'iiiiiiiiiln. iNarrttiKv. Nut unit
iu.cksittvrtliimiit, liiitliiiUuuiyH,.ul,r mullnl uork
Citing liiiu.iToui ! r liilmi. Ir ) ill. olime illiiMri.
ITIC, aHT vutvr., ci.iv. U'liuiu lu fin1,, S1.WI, , j'aiil.
hll uii Hit Imnrut
iiinrutcdlrraiiiitiii ul Biioriiiulcrrliua, itlv
uf Hi. sbuvu ui kaviii in a it, u 1 1 per uii
lll ClHllfhla
Iw.lut urtitmii. Aim iiuall MedieiU V if.tl.o biitlie
moc 'iraK'.i w punv., iu via. Auuail,
THEMEDIOiL A BDEOIOAL INSTITUTE,
NI1.1VAVIiLi:.WIMC'.
fie futfo
Office), aBMlltln aBiilldlxiCT. Csmi 1?-irslfUb. Ctxosjt anvil
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1875.
give ttHititt.
A NAVY WITHOUT GUNS.
Murine Hniii Mure i:il'-cllv limn the
ll'nlmt..i'niel Iron I'luilt.
VA.iiiX(iro.v, November 17. Coinmo-
iloru Daniel Animcii, C'lnilrinan of the
Uttrwiu of NHVisatlon, wrltv to Hoctc
ttiry Itoliesoti :
Uii the Fill of Jiiiiuar lait 1 1 mil lliu
ltotior to present for your consideration,
in a Kcniirul way, l(lc:w tvlatlti to tliu
coiiitruutiou of u inuriiic rum, and tlio
favorable maimer with which you iv
jjinlei! the itte.stlon, u well ai the par
ticular llltcrcisl Willi which uiu prujeci
was received by soino ol tliu ablest civil
engineers lu our country, Induced tnu to
liavo "working drawings" made ol tliu
hull of tlio propotcd vt'istel. Hcforu nr-inor-plated
j"ii-bc:irliif: vcseU wrc do
tlncil, eminent ufllceM of our navy re
garded tliu nun onlyiM n ijtieslloii of
devfloimiciit. Ariiior-plaletluii-bwirhii'
ve.-:cl.s co-tin' several millions oi tiuiiuri
bnvu cither to be built, maiulalned, and
kept In repair, or the Million not having
them iiitt-i jiusi' tins power to destroy
tbeiii. TIiiii Die maiiuu mm aiiuiM
tenfold Its loruier slulflcatieo.
The llrst ipte-lum In war, us In oilier
iicceillks or fiini'tloiis of u government,
U fcoitomy. It U lair to presume that If
a matiiio mm can bu built, lu round mini
beiv, lor a third of a million dollars,
which would, m oiiu ol n licet, be inure
than a match lor uu tiruiui-platcd futi
bcarlu; ehlp, loriulnifoiie of a Meet which
would cot $:i,0o(J,000 ; mid If the former
vonld be tnanned by III teen or twenty
men, and the latter by four or live hun
dred, the co-t and maintenance in time
id' peace anil clfectlvciic-s lu time ol war
would clearly lj iu lavor ol a licet of ma
rim: ram-, 'rather than one of armor
idateil. yuii-bfarlliKhiiiJ. Ifauwcl be
built lor rainmlii only, it is appateut
tliat tliu cot ol her coii-tiuctlon may be
much K. tliau that of n vesi-el designed
also to convey a battery, aud tliatcoiiiid
etcd in a ram .she can be made more ef
fective than a vetel eonstructed for a
(loiible purpose, and theieloru hould bu
more than a match lor herns a ram. If
the rain be found nuperior for thi- pur
tuc toanuor-plateil kuii bearing vessel's,
It U plain that no nation will coutluiiu to
build them Ironi tlio luct that they could
never place themselves lu po-itlou to tuu
their battery aaln-t the works of an en
emy p04e;eiu;: nuns, without cubieetiuy
tlieuixelves to the .tronr probability of
de-tritetiou by a lorcu tnahitalueil at
much less co.-t it ml capable of beln
multiplied In ahort time to wliateverex
te'it ncce.s-ary to ('fleet the object at a com
paratively Mi'iall outlay.
It may be worth while to add that It Is
not s.ippoicd that marine rams could
form properly tliu whole navy ot any
power, howevar effective they inkiht
prove. They arc Mipposcd capable only
of Mipplaiitin' tt more e.peiiive, and, II
not eiii)lanled, invincible arm io far as
ves-el's are com-crned. There are certain
polutr that Ills neeeary to consider rel
atlvelv and positively hi this connection.
There is no reason why a marine ram
should not be made to have as much
speed ai can bu i'lven to any armor
plated jjttn-bcarinj; olilp, the Intention
bcliis not to carry a battery. She may
be coiiitrticted to deflect rather tliautoie-nl.-t
shot, and need have no mote length
nor weight than U nceoiiary for her pur
pose, nor a crew larger Iu number than
.-nllicieiit to keep 'ood llres and to proji
erly direct tho movements of tho ves
sel. The ram dc-tuned by rommodotv Am
men will be 170 feet Ion;:, witli 20 feet
beam, exclusive of three fcetofsponons
on each side of the body of the vessel.
Forty feet each Mile of tnldship will be
symmetrical. Hcyond this the ends ta
per, enclosed by parabolic curves, fore
aud aft. All cros sections will be formed
by two scinl-elllpses; the deeper one
formln; the section ol the bottom, and
the other a section of the crown, or part
of tlio vessel above the line ol greatest
beam. The vessel will bu a combination
ol the longitudinal and bracket frame
systems, and composed ol 2S girders,
built up nf plates and tingle irons to break
Joints, and thus form n continuous girder.
Tlio bow section will be formed by carry
ing as many girders as possible lorwaru,
and securing inem iiireeuy io me ram,
which will bo a casting of tempered steel,
having a solid end, but Inside being a hol
low cvnniter, wiiu rauiiumg nauges cast,
around It, to which tlio girders will be
riveted.
The vessel will hi covered with an
outer and Inner pitting of iron. The or
dinary draught will be elesen feet, but
lv allowing water in ine lower compart
ments, between the Inner and outer plat
ing, shu may be sunk lor action thirteen
eet, snowing mil live icci oi uiu ves
sel out of water. The pilot house will be
a small turret of six-Inch steel plates, six
feet high above the crown of the vessel,
projeeting.two tect uelow, and enclosing
f liMiimnLn st'lldcs to tirotl l't tlll'lll. Till)
total weight of tho ram will bo SOI tons,
displacement 1.27.") tons, and with a ve
locity or twelve knots an hour, can give a
blow or impact ot 7,020 tons. Tho plan
will bu examined by Secretary Kobesou,
and the matter probably brought to the
attention of Congress.
The Kuneliu of the Ulntf of tho Const.
lt,uiTrS)oiidcnco Courier-Journal.
In tho morning wo wcro aroused by
songs of birds, lowing of herds, and all
tho sounds of wakening country life.
Tlio big traveling carriage was brought
out, ample luticli-baskcts prepared, and,
alter an early breakfast, six ol us, .Mr.
Kellogg driving, started lu high spirits
three miles farther up the coast to the
world-renowned sheep rancho of Col.
Hollister. A few years ago you could
walk tin the coast thirty tulles without
stepping oil' this princirs possessions, but
the sale oi iu,uw acres tier nan a minion
dollars) reduced somewhat the size of tho
rancho. This famous placo Is washed by
tliu breakers of tho ocean on ouu side,
aud fenced by the. mountains on tho op
posite boundary lino. Salt marshes cxUl
In places along tho ocean front. A long
chain of foothills bucked by tho moun
tains ullord sheltered liastttragu lor bis
Hocks, while between these hills
and marshes Is n broad stretch ol
lolling valley laud, said lo bo
In tho neighborhood of 3,000 acres,
Hero is nlantod his almond orchard, tho
largest in tho world, containing 100,000
trees. English walnuts, gnnvas, ligs, an
orange groyo loaded with tine large fruit,
neaches three vearsfroin tho seed, break
ing uiul'.'r their weight of fruit ; bearing
lemon trees three years old ; a hi-diro ot
lilun emu trees, one vear old and twenty
feet high, uro a Tew of tho sights that
make tho rancho seem to tno (albeit I am
Inst from tho famous bluecruss region of
Koutuckvl like n fabuloui creation of
Aladdin's lump. We passed Colonel Ilol
llster's public or raiieho-house, whero he
entertains visitors, slght-secrs ami tour
ists, often lo tho number of forty a day,
and driving three tulles farther still over
rancho gfoundcame lo his private resi
dence, a tasteful house set In n plcturesntto
canyon named, In compliment to his wile,
"Ulcn Annie." Here it scene of fairyland
met in I On this broad plateau, shut In
by walls or nature's building, eternal
roe8 bloom. A lawn of Sandwich
Island grass, deep green nml smooth as
velvet; the avenuo leading to thu houe
bordered bv Syrian palms, a fountain
through whoto mist thu blue eyed vio
lets thrust their laughing faces ; whlto
oak dniped In soft, (juakerlOi moss,
and live oaks clothed In the bright Vlr
glnla crtencr. Wundering over tho
grounds tinder tho myrtle and acacia
boughs. 1 could not realize that October,
the month of the falling leaf, was bid
ding earth adieu. Col. Hollister bulng In
San Francisco, I had not the pleasure of
meeting the gentleman, but If a kind and
gentle fact) Indicates a kindly nnd benev
olent heart, then the splendid portrait of
Cnl. Hollister, now luutging In the Odd
Fellows' Public Library oftlils city, docs
not bell thu character ol the "king ot
the coast. '
Iftillinr in I lie 1'ollflrnl Arena.
Ill emigres, as at the bar. to ncuulru
eminence something more Is needed than a
knowledge ofcurrent politics, binie the
war there are complicated and added
Federal relations. To compass these im
plies that a member should know some
thing about everything. Ho should bo
especially Informed about matters ol his
committee. Thcparlhnciitary conflict can
not be won by small-arms alone, hut by
Infantry, cavalry, and artillery. The mere
cross-roads stumper generally becomes a
yearling congres-nian, that l, a member
with one term of service; for in his last
session, being beaten the previous att
t mil. ho Is a mortuary monument. The
survivors are the men who hold lhehotie
by making their inhids an arsenal for
every weapon. Thev are accotuplMied,
or should be, lu physics, metaphysics,
ethtes, hi-torv, phlio-nphy, ami, above
all, lu pertluciit fact-. To omit the "lath''
.of satire and humor hi the cloe encoun
ter, which Is ll-som and sharp only as
It Is well tempered in ail these; stream',
Is lo leave the prince out of the play.
TliN good tcmpcrhas become Indispen
sable since the enlargement ot the
Hall In lf57. It i the attractive element.
It Is so especially iuce the recent IncreiMe
of the number of member-. The most
weighty, or rather tho best, speech Is
li-tened to witll fatigue unless there be
an occasional -wnliloui'i'-tnlrmlre ; tart
retort, tickling piquancy, personal point,
or pertinent fart. That which draws
mo-t. which empties thu members' seats
to fill thu area lu front of the speaker's
desk. Is the bellicose. It is tills which,
liko a dog light, will break up any delib
eration. If it. takes thu lorm ol a personal
explanation, it is more welcome. This
attraction consists iu the capability of
wrath Joined to the felicities ot fun.
Tliu men who make our humor In and
out ol congiess are thu favorite of tho
people. Wo give them pet names. Cor-
wlu. Douglas, ISutlcr. Lincoln, all had
these aflectlonatu freedoms extended to
them bv their supporters or enemies,
just as "Little .lolnmy," "Old I'am,'
"OU.y." and others In Knglnnd had
them." They were aociated with some
thing jocular. Lord Hii'sell's crisp
scorn and I)lnicli's cpigr.unatio sneer
helped to mold English politics. Hun. S.
S. Cux, Jn Harper's iltfja."' for I): cc a
btr. Tin- Musi lti'inurknlili- I'.emt'd.y ever
IiImi'o ervil Iti iisoii'h (.ipelno Po
rous Plaster.
At no (hue In the history of true medi
cine has au article appeared which lias
met with greater approval and succes
than Hudson's t'apciiio Piaster. Why
they are preferred to all other poroiii
plaster, is owing to their improved com
position ; they nor Instantaneously, cure
speedily and ellectuaily.
Physicians and the general public who
acknowledge the great benefits derived
from thu ii'e of tliu ordiiiary porous plas
ter, however, maintain that their action
Is not sutllcieiitly prompt, requiring time,
patience and continuous wear to cllcct a
cure. Itenson'a I'apcino Plaster over
comes thW dilllcutty by occomplUhiugiu
a few hours, that which it takes any
other Plaster as many days.
Although a recent discovery Catictue
ha been thoroughly tested bv iihvlclans.
ami In each instance has been pronounced
the most remarkable, sale, certain and
thoroughly efficacious remedy ever dis
covered. Incorporating Capclne In au improved
Porous Planter has been accotntilished
after repeated solicitations from tho med
ical fraternity and is uow prescribed by
thsiu with unprecedented success; es
pecially In lilieuinatistn, Pleurisy, stub
horn Colds, Kidney Complaints, and all
diseases for which a Potous Phuter has
been used.
Its marvelous iulluencu over tho circu
lation, and general effect on thu system
Is almost Incredible ; from the moment,
of its application to the affected part, It
operates with astonishing vigor brings
relief ami cures more effectually than any
known Plaster, Liniment or Compound.
It is a genuine pharmaceutical prepara
tion of tliu highest order of merit ; Its In
gredients are entirely vegetable and free
Ironi .Mineral or .Metal i'otsotis. uno
trial will convincu tlio most skeptical of
Its superiority over tho ordinary Porous
Plasters. N lieu you desire prompt and
immediate relict, aK your druggist, tor
lleuson's Capclui! Plaster, l'rlee,
cents. siiAiii'uv & Jouxsox,
Wholesale Agents, rs. i .
CfSylUnciaY Huos., Agents, Cairo.
1 1-18-1 in
THE HOWE
Sewing Machine
COMPANY
Ifiiveieinnu-d tlirlroinee and tales room from
corner NINTH MltKl.T iiml commercial Ave
line to tliu Ciiniiniidlntia- biiek mum mi Com
merclal Aiemie belnifll J KNTIl AND KI.KV.
US lit STItKKTs, lately oieupleil by ,J. i;. Cur
son, where can always be found a complete
soitment of the
IMPROVED HOWE
sawiira
MAOHINBS
Which have proved to be the moat ilm-uldo, nml
mn iinu- llm i -ial..t lUlllllllir llllll'llllIC SOlll.
t3-A trial w ill convlneo any ami that they are
fiinrliln. tf lmv.
rj-V nlo Keep for siilua jrorol assortment of
Spool Cotton, Silk 'I'M Ut, nuil l.luueu Thread,
wiue.il we oner at low naiireo.
Give aa a Call.
The HOWE MACHINE CO.,
D.F. DENNETT, Agent
Wn2xin,rtxx Avinin.
e PROMINENT
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
Great Durability with Handsome Designs, and Giving PERFECT
SATISFACTION Everywhere.
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp y
012, 014, 010 and 018 1. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY UY
WWmC. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
POND'S
EXTRACT
rho Pcoplo'a Remedy.
Tho Universal Pain Ext actor.
Note:
Ak for Pond'
Tako no otn
a Extract.
er.
"Hear! for I will soeak of excellent (lilacs. '
FOR
InJitrifN to Man orlleastJ,
FmIIs, llrillsed
SI ruins, .sprains, Contu
sions, Dislocations.
I'mi'turew, tuts, Jsieera
ttil nr Incised Won nil
NndltiiK.ltiiriis,tculds,
nunuums.
Illcediiii; lainss, or
SpltlliiKorilliiod,
.o lllveil, and Itb-etl-
iii l.iunA or littli.
Voiiiltltiaror IIIimiiI iiml
ltloodv Iisctiiirvi-4.
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I lllind Pile, (Inlallll.le )
t'liiilliiK licI nr.iclii'.Niii-
ralKla, Suellexl Knee,
tltliouiiintiiiii, lllienma
I tlcSwelllurforSorcneiis,
ISIIiriless or Sineneiis,
l.uiiili.ord, Unnelliick,
Sorn Tlirimt or Otilitay,
I lulliinieil TonsiU.
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I'ltlurul or too I'rofiisc
Jlontlillefi.
Milk Let. Ovarian Dls
I ih-ik ami TiimM.
PEOPLE'S
iKIilurv :oniilniiil.
KhMhIIV uravei anil oirasijn ry.
nous oi intuuts, or
Mm Adultn.
IVurloose Veins. Kn-
I larireilorlnilamed Veins,
llleern. Ohl Mores, Inter-
EXTERNAL
,vll i nul uiceruUiins.
AJiu llolU, CartmnclM. Tu-
rfiTmUTiHT A T ."tors, Hot SimIIIiies.
INTERNAL t'ri. und r.tiiilnns, elud
ed or Sore l'i t.
USE.
liiHlliUfs.lIiirmoa or Sad
dle tiiillt,
I'elon or Whitlow, Frost
, iil l.lmbii or fails,
Misilitl niles. ncct
Mines, Cliapetl Hands.
t'O.VU S KXTK.trrUlorenlcbyall Final
Class ltriiKi;lls, nml ivcoiiiiiiradidby
nil tiniest". I'liysiclun. und t-tery-body
who lias tvr iistl it.
l'aniilili l eontainliiK History nnd Um- mall
tsl rm'onapidiattlou, If nut found atyour
UnorKUt'a.
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
v York mid I.imiloii.
41.1-3-13-dly.
1'IIYNICIANH.
"yiLIJAM B. SMITH, M. D.
ItESIDKNCE: N'o. 21 Thlrtitulli trit, be
tween Vunlilnjrtoii avenue anil W'ulntU etirt t.
OFFICE: North side of Khrhth street 1h
tween Coimuerclul and Wualiluifton avenue.
0.
W. DUNNING, IS. D.
UESIDKN'CK; Comer Ninth and Walnut
trevta.
OKFICK: Coiner Sixth Hu-et und Ohio Uvi.
Ot'FlCK 1IOU11S: Froiuftn.m. 1 J in., und
from 'J to e p.m.
UWVKItN.
JOHN H. MTJLKEY,
Attorney ut Ijaw.
CAIUO, ILLINOIS.
OFFICII: At ivalilenco on Ninth Street, be
tween Wnsliluuton uvenue und Walnut St,
j A v r.s k, lm:.
r, M WAIIU,
XiAlTS c& WARD,
-Dealers In
Big Muidy (Murphysboro) Co&i
Thelted in the market. Also nil klndt of
four foot
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD.
Ordors Dolivorod to any purt
of tho City Promptly.
Loavo Orders at Crystal Saloon,
or at tho Corupany'a Oflloo, at Nar
row Oaugo Depot.
TERMS Nott Cash on Dolivory
of Goods.
JAMES K. LANlil.
li-ii-iin.
Samaritan Norms
The (treat Nerve Cuiiiitror, cures Eplleptlo Fits,
ruiivnlnlima. Siuixina. St. Vilas Dance, and ull
vn rniii. 1)1i,uiimi the only Lnown noslttve ivm-
edy for Knllenllo Flta. It him been tested by
tlioiifianiU una has utvvr lieeu known to lull In a
simile, cato, Trial Hickaxltee. Enclose slump
lor clreuturs glvliiK evldencoof cities.
1 Addit", JlU. . A.,ltlCUMONI).
10-15-dly Uox Ul, til. Jodl, Slo.
I
I
mn
NO. 2S4.
ADVANTAGES
ARE ECONOMY IN PRICE,
SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
iti:.ti, r.sr.tTK aui:.t.
JOHN a. HARM AN &
Real Estate
CO.
HOUSE A.O-EliT'TS
COLLECTORS.
JONVEYAHCKKS, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Agnnta of the IUtnola Central and
Burlington and Uulncy R. R.
Comoanlua,
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levee,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
I. O. LVMCII.
. IIOWLtV.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
ASH
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE At tho Court Houao.
PARKER & AXLEY,
OENEItAL
Auctioneers,
House &RealEstate
jrJr"JSiecl.il atteiiKon given to Collection of
Itetits mid sale of Ileal Klnlv.'C3
STOREROOM 100 Commcroial
Avonuo, Cuiro, Illinois.
u-ii-ii.
VAH1KTY NTOKt:.
CTew-York Store
W1I0LE3ALE AND RETAIL.
Laracst
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Qoods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. and Commercial Av
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET
CO
Dealer in-
LTJMBBB,
'All kinds hard und roll,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &o
Mill und Yard,
Jornor Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
Ohio Lovoo.
PHONOCHAPHIC
INSTITUTB.
Corner WtiahluKton Av. and 14th 8tvoet,
CAIRO, ILL.
OPEN EROM 5 TO 0 P.M. DAILY.
n'-'j-ir.
L, 11. AKlf, Culio. II. K. Aiii.v, Chhiiffo.
Z. D. Akin & Co.,
i
DtMkri III
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
103 Commercial Avenue, - CAIRO, ILLS.
tj-Thoso ravoriiiK u with their p.ilronase
will llnd a romplele line of Kouds tiom Which lo
belect, at bottom juices. li'-ll-wly.
CGNTBBSioNS
OP A VICTIM.
In1,ltlml ua n wnriiliii- unit lor thu bull' lit ol
Ymiug Jfeu mid olheiTi who soner from Nervous
Debility, I.o.s of Manhood, etti., lilvluK Ills
ItnlKM urSi ir.i'urn. ufler umlerzoinK lllllch Hlf-
firiuiuadeiie, aud mulled free on rtivly
Injr aitost'iuht illrecusl euvolojw. Addresa IiA
TttAlKLM.Y'.Ull,. O. Uox 1M. llrooli
tyu, N. 7-M-wiii
'4INMIWII0N MfcKVMAMm.
JOHN B. PBZLLU
ND ftOK,
(3itnsor to ,J0lm B. Phlllli)
FORWAHDIUO
AMl
Commission Merchants
Ami Dealers In
HAY, CORN, OAT0, K.OUR,
KEAt, SKA, t.
Agents for LAFLIN FRAUD FOWDtB CO
TCorner Tentk 8trt aftd OM
Tentk Stroat
Lroo.
7. 1 JtalUtu
K C.
MATHUSS ds UHL,
rORWARDINQ
Aii'l lirneiul
Commission Merchants
lKalfra lu
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AMD
PRODUCE,
Ol&lo Iiovoe,
P. CUHL,
r.xi'luilve
Plour Merchant
Millers' Agent.
No H) Ohio r.tte,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
M.lf.
K. 1. Ajre.
S. t). Ayre
AYRES Sc CO.,
PLOUR
And Kcniral
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
L. d. thoms,
Commission Merchant,
And dealer In
STAPLE AND FANOY
GROCERIES.
Foreign and Someatio Fruits and Nuta
181 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
INHtlKASCr..
O. N. HUGHES,
General
Insurance Agent.
ul'FlCK:
OXIIO XiSVEXI,
Over Mathnn & Chl'i.
NONE but
heuted.
Flr.t-Cl&Hi Coropanlea rtprt
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 185B.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
Ceneral
Insurance Agents
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Buk Balldiiir, ap-tUln,
The Oldest Establiahcd Airenoy In Sout
ern IlUnoia, repreaentintr ovnr
165 000 000
cHoicsfiwAismm
The Leonard Scott Pub. Co,,
II BARCLAY ST. NSW YOBK
Coutlmia tliclr authorized Iteiuluts of tlio
HIMvM'.t'ltOHltEVIKW'-Wlili'.
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gcllcal.
Containing ninsteily criticisms und stimma.
lien of ull that Is ircah und valuable, lu
Literature, hiicm c, anil Art ; and
BLACKWOOD'S
EDINBURGH MAGAZINE.
Tito most powerful monthly in tho Kiisllsli
LanL'tiaRo, famous lor STOii IE, ESSAYS,
and SKtirt'HKS,
OF THE HIGHEST LITEflARV MERIT.
TKKM8 (Including l'OBtagc) :
Payablo Strlotly in Advanoo.
For auv ono Review.
4 OA nor auuuni
7 00 '
10 00
WOO "
i 00
T 00 "
10 00
18 CO ''
15 00
For any two Keviews,
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tor amour iteview,,
For Blackwood'a Magn-
tine,
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Rovfew,
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lowed to elubaof four or wore peraOBft
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