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W. L BRISTOL,
FAMILY
te lino ofrStmplo and Fanojr Oro
.rios, "Woodenwaro, Vogotablcs,
ruits, &o., &o. .
7 my New sryi rviixeu
at m k I Mai ft A . I
T 2H 9
floront Combination From nny
in nm iinornn in inn nmrK ui.
and of Exccllont Flavor.
Cholco Selection of
JEENSWARE,
GLASSWARE.
CROCKERYWARE
and FLOWER POTS.
Iffi. M U'l Hisn,
THE BOSS"
VTTPTO TTTWriT.T?.T?
WISCONSIN BUTTFR,
Street a..'A Rich'.
entral Hop Yeast
Again Thta Summer.
0. 32 J21&J1T STKJliiJJT
CAIRO ILL.
COAL.
!nal final
1TTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
IT. CARBONfBiy Muddy)
AUD
COAL!
n, or in nogsuoucia, lor suipmont,
anufiintiirai's. wo nro nronarcd
buddiv any quuniuy, oy ing
fi Ti t ri til villi i'. il Li uiiiiuiLU iiiiuai
CAIRO CITT C0A1 COMPANY.
IIllMy llro,' olHcc, No. 70 Ohio
lUltiiby llro '8 wbarfboat
-At Kimillan jwiih, or
-At theCotti Dump, foot of Tlilrty-KlKlit
i
ramnlolp I'luutriiu jiisturr in
rira" "loo neat, riicniirni, nnii
In tha Virion "
harpefTsveekly.
Illuttruted.
WOTICEH OK TIIX lltK8S.
The Weekly li Ihe :ililet und mokt iiow
ini iiliutratcil ut-rl idical uublbhcil In
i . ..v Tu urlltnrl.l. mVR lelinlnrlV
..i .nnoitiK ni. iiml parrv tuucli WOliriit.
n illustratlona ol current event r lull
. i ..,hi.baiI t l ir our liii.it lilt
41 1 1 full, auu HlV i ' 1I"I ' j
(V tl. nlriiltflln nt IfJl IUMI. Ilin
iiniriv in r it fill ii idubl u v uaii u imiiiiuh
- ....1 lla InftklilltKA Bfl Mil liri'Hll fll
. i.. ..lk...Ui itAiiiAtii nny 'I till Vlflk.
II1IUI1 IB DltttflJ - - -
nntlilvrt linsitlflll. aDU OX'
remei dccldcJ vlevmon political unci so
li nrnlil.m. I.nlllavllln f'OliriOl -,) OUrilll.
IU article ro models of blKb-toned dl,
umlon, und iU pictorial lllustiutlong aro
(ten corroborative fcrgumeutH of no email
jrco. N. Y. Examiner and Chronicle
It papers upon exutent quest'onx ami un
imentH ol tbo country l'ltubim; Coin
i.b turn :
oitiL'e free to subacrtbnn In tho United
Matei.
Hampr'H WJeVlv. one voir... S4 00
Four-dollar Include') prepayment of U.
. noKtace bv the nublUben.
HUUiCripUt'US 10. uarpor n mauilie,
ear, 810 00; or,' iw, o:- itarpcru rwiou
I ' ilil...a wiwi nun T V7 H
lottaee tree. "
An extra copy of 'bo Magazine, vvcokly,
. ...III . ..hb.IIa.I ..all. All nvurv
i.-i. jtHA ...t..MM.hnM .t si nil ii-iiiii in
r uuxm nut mw bhiii.i'.w m " " - ' - - -
inercmlMance;or, lx copies for sjau w,
Hack numbera SubSJVJIllatJW'0,,
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a- At oafeli mm ifiM PITM fll in vn
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v iNewspftpnl nt to eipy thli ad-
fertlaeroent without too exprets oruemoi
we
VOL. 7.
I.IIIVOR UKALERM
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wliokj-ile ami UctAtl DfulrrA In
Foreign find Domestic)
ano
wim:s OI' AM- nINI.S,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MKHHVS. HMVTII A CO. lis" roii-Unlty
n larice Stuck or (tir I .out jrnnda In tin- nnr
ket, and UeciKeliil attention till lie KhoWsuIe
ranch of Oil IhuIiicm
wiioi.hhai.i: UIlOiTltM.
5TRATT0N & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-Ami
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AMKItlOAN I'OWDEIt CO.
57 Ohio 3uevoo.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dcsler In
BOAT STORES,!
Commission Merchant,
No. 18 OHIO LEVEE.
S1
M'KMAI.atu-ntlon Klven tocuiuumninu ana
filling onlrr.
B. F. PARKER,
Dealer in
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
aaxiTT.einiE.s.
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
aow tinaacs, sc.
Always on Uaml, tbe celebrated illiinilnatioff
AUIlOllA Oil..
Crowrv' 33xxiXclJxi
Oornor Eleventh Street and WahtnR
ton Avunno
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
tT. C XXuola,
Proprietor,
UNDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER,
Bulletin Buildlnir. Cor. Twelfth Street
ana wtuRinirion Avenue,
Cairo, Zllixxoiu.
tJ-Cotmiynnd Itallronil Work a Ssvl:illy.
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker,
SIXTH STREET. Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMWLtJUUlAii
AVENUE.
Manufactures hla own Horaa Shoes and
van AsBUve uooa worn.
PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
MILLINERY!
Mrs. M. SWANDER
l now recclvlnir n lanre and will rvliflisl
, alock of
FALL AND WINTER
MILHEE':.
At lirr taiul ou
EIOIITH STBEET,
To which Mie Invites the attention nf Die Indira
or Culm and Uclulty. In IliU KtotU will Iki
found nil Hie latest MvUMiif Hats, lloniu'ti, Itlli
Ikiiih, riuwera and all Millinery (looits, till nf
....... i t iiio Inuimt llvlns iiruu.il. Indies in
eilrVII 01 IlirBHIIlS arc rajira") '"I"'?""
trlvo MlA.Hwaiuler a call beforo liureliaidiiK
'- . .. . . ii . r r.im.ir ......iU mm mi.
I'ibewneie. nei -bum t- ihj
llnna Id ,unikli)t.. Illltl 8110 ii
iieitT
riulucd ntil to
be uuilei Hold by mil body In llie city
ti-s-tr.
A Book for the People.
(IV ( Uljc U.ml.lo I oluijlll V'" l f V
m ir..,. ! miiiU(mIii.iiiII"iI'Ii
., .TS . , MirrUe,lf.iliiUr,iiiiaiUliaii-
i Ui irliy 'on llie t nrlum , ,.i i,u u r.iiwy and Oeu
eruilTOriaic)rbolhi,'j(,,i!Cujig , taimt of V it
ntu ur tally Abuncs uii Hit nul y.tin ml Ihr dan-
iiixurodi't ay sud Inipoleiioy-s i,i(io ruuiit Hue lu tin
liisrrlrd uj. IUuo cuniunuUlliie iar,U:n. h't
iliiask sduitlaaiuciu, 1ml liuiuniy pupular wfdiii
,autk
II1VIS
slvlntf liumcrovs tn-i'T pilous t
Prtrai. uaiM. pn.ora. IAI. Iiuund 1
1,'. UUU.Il. II vit ,IU. a 1'tlll.
CKl
itilcl uii llit iiupruvtu ii tamirui ui o
earmatbrrhfin oi.
Ins ciiittpiita
nriuu si
r las suuie ink. cni in irMu rsiibvr an
nn. Aim iiimll Medteal Trotl.a Luh,
kliuie lllk.MltflllrMldnllNrl,
tn'lllil of ,Uml
lt.(Mcillrfii',Vli.ji'i,liJiu. Atklri'ii, .
THE MEDICAL 4 BUEQIOAL INSTITUTE
nidnADnnn, nim i
oaci Dia.Utln. 23ia.ll41(r. Csmn Twlfti. BtTat axii Wo.nli.lnetsri. -A-tron-via.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
tiu:ni:aM'Koi'm:
The imlc white rh.vK r lltf cn
Tiim lurk lliclr fiiiim-whllc hair,
A nwlll limy I'luiijt lirmiilli tliewnvci
Willi iiiitt-ntUil n-.i-inyijipli-t Mr
Kurdowu in dim-Ill coial rnWA
The mctmtlutila coll IW'i elide,
l)r with iiitMiioiMtrn, Mmy.f)cl,
'1 liroitftli walla wider k'IiIb.
Wlillc wlilriliis nil from darMltitfihrpl
Willi hurrying leap iiml nwh,
The ureal wave'lrltMiudnnceaiid ilIi
AIoiik tin- echoliif? beach
-ll.llllc Demctix lllnl.c, In llie t.'tdnty fur Do
llllllKT.
THE PRINCESS OF POVERTY.
Slid Story !' lUslrrnt unit Mnli ltlo.
IKrf.m tin: Ilallliii'ira American. VM.)
MvliC lii a wn ti lii-il liovcl In Lemon
iiIIl'V, a Irw iloor.t i-t of F'nyoii lrwl,
In it Itnlllniorc, with n mini nml wlli;
iiiiiiciI Konticr, I lie luub.iuil, Itciietlict
Kciincr, a iolx;r, wt'lbim-aiilii ticrniaii,
who bad been a laborini; man when iiu-
Iilorcd. but for K-vcrsil montlis had Im-cii
witlinut wnrK.Hiiu men wuu iiisvviic inu
mate of utter destitution, deprived of even
tbo roininoiit'st in wMties ol life. Tbe
little home wn, to cay the most, scantily
I'nriilMied, and erlhlft within and with
out Indicated tbe abode of the worst kind
of poverty. For weeks the hiitband had
been vatniy Hnvinj; lor impioj iiieni
tbroofjhout the oily until be bad become
wholly dldieartened and depressed In
n.Iriiu. Ills wife was Mel:, momentarily
expecting t hlldblrth. and both were llb-
out food. 1 lie uri'auiui reauiy oi uie sii-
natlon aDDeaieil lo have preyed bo upon
tbe mind of the husband as to nlVect his
brain, be lately cxblbltid temporary
fiells ol abstraction and i-ecin-liif;
uneoii'icioumi(v. His wlfu
IrefpientlJ iirgwi mm 10 iii.-iki:
more ellorts to obtain work, but lie win
bereft ol all rnerjry or disposition lo try
atf.'iin. On Tuesday evening she told him
that lu her condition It was impossible to
bear morn suH'eriiiKS than she had nlready
endured, and iinlck- toincthlng wa done
to obtain food ilio would have to heir a
iioinu in the house of a relative, and the
two must separate. 1 bis determination
was not the result of any rjuarrel. but
was talked over quietly as an inevitable
ne.u-.'sity uule.ss some brighter propcct
arose. rue nuiuanii promiseu
lo make one more endeavor to
find employment, and went out with that
piiriose. In the evening about ten
o'clock he returned home, and found bis
wife absent. StiiiposiiiK her to have car
ried Into eflcct her determination, ho nt
once proceeded to thu cellar, and there,
by means of a handkerchief made iat lo
r. staple in tne ceiutc, lormed a sup
nooe. Mounting' a barrel, he placed
his head within the nose and kicked tho
barrel irom under bis fret, lie hung
there until quite dead, it is supposed, when
the handkerchief breaking, the body foil
to tbe lloor. The wile returned In the
evculnu from the houe of a neigh
bor next iloor where sue nan one, una
waited up nil night for her husband. es
terdav. about noon. Mio bad occasion to
HO lo'the cellar, and there discovered tbo
lifeless body. Coroner O'lo was notified,
and ution summonliiir a jury of Inmicst.
a vcidlct of suicide was rendered. The
decea-cd was a man oi about twenty
seven years of ae and had been married
about" ten mouths. On Ids wedding day
his business prospects were good. His
remains were taken in charge by the city
for interment.
A Skillful Itrjiarlcc.
Mrs Kenibla In llie Atlantic for December
Horace Twiss w:is one of the readiest
und most amusing talkers In the world,
and when he began to make Ids way in
London society, wlilcli he eventually mil
verv suecessfu v. 1 -naturcd persons con
sidered Ins llrst'ttep in the right direc
tion to have been a repartee inane in llie
crui-hroom ol the opera, while standing
close to Lady L., who was waiting for
her carriage. A man be was with say
ing, "Look at that fat Lady L. : isn't tho
iike a great white cabbage'?'1 ,,Ves,"
answered Horace in a discreetly loud
tone, "sbo is Hku one, all heart. 1
believe." The white-heart cabbage
turned all.ibly to the rising barrister,
begged liliu to iee her to her carriage,
and gave him tho entree of II. house.
Lord C arendon subenuently put lilm lu
parliament lor his borough of Woottou-
llasset, and lor n mort time no torineii
part ot (lie ministry, holding one of tho
under-secretarysblps. He was clever,
amiable and good-tempered, and had ey-
crv quallllcatlon for success in society.
lie iiati marrieu a -miss ocane, one in
Ids molber's pupils at thu lashlouablo
llatli boardlug-s' bool, the living linage
ot .Scott's Feuella, the smallest woman
that I have ever seen, witii fairy feet and
tiny hands. the extraordinary
power of which was like that of
a steei taiou. uii one ucunsiuu,
when Horace Twiss Happened to men-
t on flint lus ur hi it i it o sparK oi a who
sat working in Ids library by him, while
he was engaged with his law or business
papers, my mother suggested that her
conversation must dUturb him. ,lOh,
she doesn't talk." said he. "but l llko to
hear tho .scissors full," a pretty conjugal
reply, that left a pleasant image in my
miiiil. Ills only child by her. a daughter,
married flist Mr. Karon, then editor ot
tho Ttiiici, and, after Ids death, John De-
lane, who succeeded lilm in tnai ouicu
nud still holds it ; so that her father said
"she took the Time and supplement."
A Nfcno in tJulro.
As we sit lu our hotel windows awnit-
inir tho niotuent of departure, we enloy a
last tableau of Cairo. A long train of
camels tiles by. each onu attached to tho
tall ot tlie one prcceumg. m ney iiiurcn
ou erect beneath tint largo huilillng stones
with which they are iiuleii. i hey iooic
Innocent, even sad : yet they mo said to
bristle with rago II provoked
beyond measure. Theso have
hardly passed when there lol
lows a weddhir procession. At the head
pines a piper upon a reed, which squeaks
mightily; then two drummers supply
with irrcat volumu what tho reed lacks lu
sweetness, Now following long lines of
Arabs nrm In arm across tbo Highway;
then thu bridegroom, hestraddiug a don
key, 't hrongs kiss ins nanus, arm pre
phesv happiness. Now follow women
thickly vailed walks tho brldu between
two bridesmaid, who support her, nud
seem to address her with much ucsticit
latlon, as If to tease her; but peihnps
tlmv nro irlvhi!' her lessons In mari
tal mutters. Four gayly decked boys
bear a canopy over her head, nud she
moves with the air or a stage-queen. 110
hlud these, with much talklngand shout
ing, come tlie rabble ; nud tho yllo little
donkey-bovs, congregating m numbera
before the note!, when not besieging some
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1875.
ciiBy-jfolnjr t'MMirklniiltd, lake ait In Hip
merry proct.'siuii by jnulilnj: the bright
lltlludoiikrynnmniip thorn. The beatt
take Ilio brunt ortho Iwatliiif llli jeentle
ncs, lint upicnr not to relish tbo fun.
I '. .V. IIWm ; Scribturfor December.
The .Most UeiimrUutilc Krmeily or
ltl'iercil Honson'M t'iiliie !.
milt I'lutler,
At no lime in Hie hii-lory of trim medi
eiiii; lias an article appeared which has
met with greater approval and success
than Benson's Capelno l'lastcr. Why
Ihey are preferred lo all other porous
platers, li owing to lliclr improved com
position ; they act Instatilaneously, cure
klieedlly and eriectually.
I'liyslelans ami the general public who
acknowledge- the great bencllts derived
Irom the use of the ordinary porous plas
ter, however, maintain that lliclr action
is not Milllclently prompt, requiring time,
patience and continuous wear to elVcct n
euro, llenson'a Capelno Plaster over
comes this dilllculty by oeeouipliibluglu
a lew hour, that which It takes any
other 1'laMcr as many days.
Although s recent discovery Capelno
has been thoroughly tested by physicians.
and In eah iiislaiieu lias bccnjironouuccd
Ilin most remarkable. Milerverwhi nwl
thoroughly elllcaclous remedy ever dis
covered.
Incorporating ('apcine in an Improved
Porous Piaster lias been accomplished
after repeated solicitations from tho med
ical fraternity anu is now prescribed ny
tlijin with unprecedented success; es
pecially in Khcumatisiii, Pleurisy, stub
born Colds, Kidney Complaints, and all
diseases for which u Porous Plaster lias
been Used.
Its marvelous1 Influence over the circu
lation, and general effect on the system
U almo-t incredible ; from the moment
of Us application to (lie alli eted part, It
operates with astonishing vigor brings
relief nml cures more cU'ccttially than nny
known Piaster, Liniment or Compound.
It is a genuine pharmaceutical prepara
tion of the highest order of merit ; its In
gredients aro entirely vegetable nud free
from Mineral or .Mela! Poisons. One
trial will convince the most skeptical of
Its superiority over the ordinary Porous
Plaster. When you desire prompt and
Immediate relief, usk your druggist for
Benson's Capcine Platr. Price,
cents. SianniY & .Ioii.nson.
Wholesale Agents, N. V.
rj?2r-ll.uici.AY Unos., Agents, Cairo.
11-18-lm
I. Ife In tlie Nnnilu fell IalmuN,
IFrnm Mils lilrd'a letters from Ilawa.i.
Here winds arc things almost unknown,
except the trade winds, which blow ever
gently and steadily, willi a breadth of
balm and healing. Low breezes whisper
softly morning and evening, rain drops,
with the soltest of touches and the mur
mur of drowsy surges alone breaks the
stillness. The great expanse of ocean Is
disturbed by little more than mere rip
ples. The skies are rose in tho cool
morning, gold in the cool evening, while
sails come and go no larger than butterfly
wings on (lie horizon. People speak in
hushed voices, and movcas in a lethargy.
Life Is dead, and existence little more
than delirious languor. Kvcn the ener
getic foreigners sonii yield to the spell,
and become as Tennyson's lotos eaters:
They tat them down 11)1011 the yellow sand,
lletwccn tlie sun and moon uikiii lite xlioir;
And nweet it was to dream ol Katlierland,
. . . . ; but evermore
Slost weary irimed the fea, weary Hip oar,
Weary the wandering Held nf barren foami
Then iome one said, "We will return no more."
Here, everything in nature is profuse,
fervid, passionate, Tlvitied, and pervaded
by sunshine. Tlie earth Is restless in her
productiveness, aud constantly repeats
the miracle of Jonah's gourd. All ilceay
is quickly concealed, and through the
glowing year, flower, bud and fruit watcli
each other side by side on tbe same tree.
Ferns are always uncurling their fronds,
bananas unfolding their shining leaves,
aud spring continually blends her prom
ise with tbo maturity of .summer. It Is
wonderful, then, that tho native pines
and dies when away front his Pacific
home, and that even the foreigner who
lias once tasted its delicious life looks
back with longing to Hawaii ?
"llenl Thjaelf."
Tlie People's Common Sense Adviser, a
hook of about !00 pages, illustrated with
over "J.'-O engravings and colored plates.
and sold at the exceedingly low price ot
$1 .")0. tells how to euro catarrh, "liver
complaint," dyspepsia, or Indigestion,
sick, bilious and other headaches,
scrofula, bronchial, throat, and lung di
seases ; all diseases peculiar to women,
inu most oilier curomcas wen as acute
disorders. It contains inlorniation for
llie young and old, male aud female, sin
gle and married, nowhere else to be
found. .Men and woman, married aud
single, aro templed to ask their family
phvsic ans uioiisauus oi ouesnons on
delicate topics, but aro deterred from do
ing so by their modesty, 'i ins woric an
swers just such questions so fully aud
plainly as to leave no ono in doubt. It Is
bold agents, or sent by mall (post-paid)
on receipt ot price. Address tlie author,
it. v. I'ierce. .si, n., onrswisponsary,
Kuflalo, N. Y. U-SI-diwlw.
Chancery Kotice,
State ofllllnoU, Alexander eounty s.
Inlliu elreiillcoiut, in ine .mnuary lerm iijn.
Sumhd Cliiaia v. dohn I). C'tiUmet ali-IIIU
tor i:il tltlon.
AFFIDAVIT of tliu non-iesldencc nf Jane
(iunviwie, 'riininiia l!ohlnon,Nuney llowen
ton, MnrRiui't M. (illUluiul, Ui'Ih-imni Thomaa
nnd ollii'is, uiiVtiown liclra of IMIJali ti. ChUm,
ileceu.Mil, ImVlliK 1k-ii tiled III tlie clrrW'a olllre
ol siUU .ie.UIKier cotiniy rirrnu rnuri, nonce 11
lioreby piieuto yon the aali'. Juno Cnne-ere,
Iltiim:i4 uiioiii-oiii .Miney iioweaiou. .unrKiirei
M. (iilllhuid, llelncrji ThonnuHiid othera, un
known heirs of Elijah tl Chirm, deceased, that
the complainant tiled her hill of complaint in
said court, on the chancery side thereof, on the
till day of April, A D. 13, and thereupon u
Biunmoiw Uued out of unld com I, returnable on
the MrdMnndayinthe month ofMuyiext follow
ing, 'is is leiiulivd by luw, and that at tlie w ild
May term of cald rourl, coniplilnant amended
her bill making )u parleia IcI'uiduntatlui'etN.
Vnw iiiili.... vmi tin. miIJ ilefendanta hhall be auil
appear lwfore the court on the Utday of the next
term thereof, to be holilen in und for paid county
nn thu ut Moiuliiv In January next, lo iilead.
nnawernr demur lo mid coinilalniuits bill of
coliiplalul, the .imeiuiil the.nmtlers uiul tlilnRS
therein eliaixeil and alatcil. win ueiauen aa eon
feoiHluududeciiK enli-rnl aindnat ynu accord
tn i? to tlie prayer of nnlil bill.
November I'Jtli. A. I). 107J. ,,,. ,
KlillllKN' S. VOriLM. 1crk
Cr.uuUll A l.lncirar, bollcltorH for coniilulii-
ant ii--"-ii.eiMi-ww.
BhorlfTi Sale,
BVvb (tic of live certain executions tome dl
rei-teil In- iln clerk nt' the c irult court of Al
..J..... I..M ........ I.. II... lal.it.wif lllm.ila 111 I'tvn.
of citatln O. Fuller and William nil, tirm of
(:. O. raller .t Co. , imu analtui .mines utrrou,
1 Inve levieil upon the following dcscrll'iillirop.
eity, In the lirst addition to llie city of Lab-o,
county nr Alexander anil Mate or Illinois, to
wit: Lot numbeiedone (I) In block liutnbei-ed 1
twenty-elKht (Sd), a tlie proierty oftliusidd
.lames Carroll, wlilnh I shall offer nt pupllo hiiIr
til the xoutti-wcat door of the court homo In Ilio
city of Cairo, in the county or Alexander nud
Stuluoflliinots.cinllie thiol day of Decemlivr, ,
A. 1). lti7R. between the hours of nine o'clock,
it ui.. nnd sunset of bald ilnv, for cnh, to satis
fy hald Execution. Al.EX.lt IUVIV,
hheiilfof Alex:inilrCoimlr, Illinois, I
Culm, Illinois, Nottmibcr II, 175,
U.Ui-tltd.
linUrtin.
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THE NEW MW KESEEV0IR "STANDARD"
.'itV,lll.lsV' S
Groat Durability with Handsome
f 'a a"
SATISFACTION Everywhere.
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp y
012, 014, 010 and 018 N. MAIN" STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
Mr -2.C W HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
POND'S
EXTRACT
Tho Pcoplo's Remedy.
Tbo Uuivorsal Tain Ext actor.
Noto: Ask .for Pond'" Extract.
Tako no other.
"ilrnr: for I will mienk of excellent lldiik'S.'
FOR
f iijurlfxlo it:in(irt!Ml.s,
VM, llrulM-rt.
Slrnlni, Sprnlui, Contu
sions, I'lsKlCHllOIIS,
frnrtiiret. LuU, Ijtcim-
till or luclncil U (lllllda.
SH'rlllnKN,llurii,Ncnldi,
i
ouuuiini',.
Illeeillni; I.iiiibn, or
tlilllhlRof JIln.Hl,
N'ONtt lllectl. utnl Illeeil
lni: Caiuna or Tulli.
VomllliiKiirilliiuil mid
lllooiiy uiftciuraeii.
IMlea Illee-lliiK I'llei,
iiumirue, (iniuiuiile.)
ruotliiirlii'.l.anu-hc.Neii-
ralxla, Swcllol Face.
Illieiiiuiitloin. lthcunui-
UcSwelliiiarorSoreneMa.
EXTRACT
MtlirnoHs or Soreness,
I.umliaL-o. Iimc Itiirk.
Sore Throiil urUiiliigr.
lullumed Tonsil',
nipllierln. Ilrunclil-
tlN, AHllllllll.
lurp or Inflamed Eyes or
fntnrrli, Uticorrliiu,
cve-iiua
lilarrlicn. livienlerv.
Sore .Nipples, fntlmd
Iln-aU.
Pnlnfiil or too Profuse
Mont hllci.
PEOPLE'S
Milk I.-ir. Uvarian DI-
ei&AH anil IiifiiMN.
Khluey Coiiiiiliiliif,
REMEDY,
uravcl and Slmiinirr.
ClinflnKw nud Excoria-
uom or inianu, or
Adults.
;ron
EXTERNAL
AND
ViirieoNO VeliiK. Kn-
I.iri:el or Inllamiil Veins
I'leem. Olil Uorcs, Inter
nal Uleemtlons.
Ilolfi, Curhunclfa, Tu
tNTERNAL'
mors. Hot Swcllliiira.
for iin and llunlons, Clutt-
en or Mire teei.
CliutliiKH.IIurneas or Sad
USE.
dle lifllla.
IVloii orWhlilnw, Krost
kI l.lmbs or 1'arta.
Jfoaqttifii HIIoh. Insect
slinks, uiuiiiei llumls.
I'UMI'N r.XTIt.Vtrr U forHlolyall Firftl
'iaM ItrilKKlHlN.and leeoinmendeilby
ull Dnvgi't, I'liynirimia, und eiery
binly who Iihh cr umil it.
I'ltiujililel coutnlnliiK lli.tory mid Uaea mull
eil free on iinjilicullon, if not found utyour
DrUKKiat'l,
POND'S EXTRACT CQ.,
New Vork mill I.ouilun.
4lS.5-l.Vdly.
PIIYSM'IANS.
yiLLIAM R,
SMITH, M. I).
ItK.SIDIC.VCK: No. '.'I ThlrlnUi ttrrcl, In)
tween Wiuhiugtou avenue and Wuliiilt street.
OFKICK:. North aide of Klehtli alreet lie
tween Commercliil uuii Wmliliiitlou avenue.
0.
W. DTJNNINO, M. D.
UKStnr.NCE: Comer Ninth and Valnllt
IreeU ,
OKKICE: Corner Sixth itreet aud Ohio Ivee.
OlTiCK liOUUS: from a.m. Win., and
from i to b p.m.
IAWYKIIN,
JOHN H. MULKEY,
Attorney ui l,nv.
CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
OFFICE: At resilience on Nlnlli Stnet, be.
tween Wushburtou aiemiuaud Walnut M
J.WV.S IC, I.aNK,
V, M. WAIID,
ZiAITB c& WARD,
-Dealers In-
Big Muddy (Murphysbro) CostV
Thcln-tt inthenvuVt't. Alio nl limit (
four foot
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD.
Orders Delivered to any part
of tho City Promptly.
Loave Ordors at Crystal Saloon,
or at tho Company's Olllco, atNar.
row Gaugo Depot.
TERMS
of Goods.
-NottCaBhon Dolivory
JAMES K. LANE.
i oorotary.
ll-o.lm.
Samaritan Nerving,
The Kreut Nerve Coniuror, cures Eptleptlo Fits.
Couvtilalons, Spastus, M. vilus Dunce, and nil
Nervous Diseases) thu only known Kisitlverem
mIv for Kiillentlo Fits. It has been tested bv
thousands und has never been known to rail In a
luKbiraiie. Trial psckaKefree. Enclose slump
for circulars giving evinencu in enrm.
AddiiMS, Hit. 8. A. ItlCIIMO.ND.
10-15-illy box 741, at. Joseph, Mo,
NO. 288.
ARE ECONOMY IN PRICE,
SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
'
Designs, and Giving PERFECT
iii:ai. r.yrATi: ,i:.vr.
JOHN a. HAEMAN & CO.
Real Estato
AND
BTOTJSE A.G-B3STT3
COLLECTORS.
J0NVEVANCEK9, KOTAItlES PUBLIC
Land Aifontn of tbe Illinois Central and
BurllUKton and (lutnoy II. 11.
Uoiutanlua.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levoo,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
I. O. LYNCH.
ii. . iinwi.Er.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
AND
House Agents,
Collectors and Conveyancors.
OFFICE-At the Court Houan.
PARKER & AXLEY,
QENERAL
Aucticneers,
House &RealEstate
Sj".5iecinl attention Klven to Cnllccliou of
llents and .-ale of Ileal Eslate.-C3
STORE ROOM 100 Commercial
Avonuo, Cairo, Illinois.
ii-ii-u.
VAmr.TT N'ruiti:.
NTew-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
ILiCtX'SOJSt
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Close.
Uoruor 10th St. and Comiuorcliil Av
CAIUO. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET
CO
Dealer In
"All kinds bard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &o
Mill onTYaird,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
Ohio Loveo.
FKOITOCHAFKZC
INSTITUTE.
Corner Washluittoii Av. and 14th Street,
CAIRO, ILL.
OPEN EROM 5 TO 0 P.M. DAILY.
in-lNtf.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AND
Dealer m Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Dotwoeti Waahlnirtor and Oomtnerclal
Aveuuea, udjolnuiir Hanny'a.
KKIM'ft for talu the beet lleef, Fork, Mutton
Veal, Iamb. HuusiiRe, An., and U pro
.nl U 'erve rkiiilllen In an rrilalili miiniier
jfKESCRIPTION FREE.
FOIt tlie sjienly core of Seminal Wrakneas,
Ixist Uauhood und all dlsardcrs brotif hi
ou by Indlscivttous or excess. Any DruKKlst
mis ine mirreuienis,
Address.
Dr. K. HILTON A Ct.
l....Hw-lv
cineinnaii,
TVTIND ItEADI.VO.
I'SVCflOMANL V. I'AH-
XYX I'l
I S A THIN. Soul Clmnulnir. alesmerlsm.
nml ararrlm.il filltile. klliillilllf how either aex
may fascinate and Klu llie love and affection of
HUT lieraiiii uiejr ruiHjae. iiiniauiiji -wiiui,-nr
ny mailM cents. Hunt Co l;n , 7 tl, at.
Flilln
(OMMIftMll i 14..HCHAJTT.
JOHN B. PHXXXIS
AND SO
(SticreMOM to John n. Vhllllil tsj
FORWABDTNO
Commission Merchant
And Dratrrs In y
HAY, COHN, OATS, FLOUR.
MEAL, BKA1T, tit. ''
- . aw kACVI- r tl .1
Agnt for LAPIIK A SAKD'TOWDKI CO,
:Cornor Tnath Straat ail OLta
lanvaa.
7. t) MatlniH.
K. C.
MATHUSS to UHX,
FORWAItDINQ
. ?
And Ccncr.il
Commission Merchants
D.'alor in
FLOUR,
GRAIN, HAY
PRODUCE.
AND
1 . - '.in
3jovoe.'.i:
U3i Olllo
P. OUHL,
Kxilmlve
Flour Merchant
Millers' Agent.
No Ml Ohio Levee,
t
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
lO-lf.
Ii, .f. Ayn-1.
,S. fL.Ayifsi
AYRES &; CO.i
piiourt
. it UWt,
And Kemral ''
Commission Merchants
t -PHa-
No. 78 - f '
OHIO LEVEE. " .
Ii. D. THOMS,
i V)4 cat ti-.m. -g
Commission Merchant,
X3XlOZX:3BXl. ,
And dealer In ,
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
Foreign and Domestic Fruit and Nuta
ISt COMMEKCIAL AVINUE.
R-Ctf.
C.N. HUGHES, ,
General
Insurance Agent.
OFFICE:
OHIO Xj33-T3DSn.
0V6T Mcthun A VU'i, .
NONE but
tented.
I'lrat-Clnbs Cotupanlci repre
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1858.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
General
Insurance Agents
73 OHIO IaEVaEJE,
City National Bank Buildia, np-italxi.
The Oldest Eatabliahed Airenoy In Sout
atu aiituuia, ropreaesuntr over
105 000 000
CHQIOS FS1U0OICALS 70& 1876.
Tho Loonard Scott Pub. Co,,
41 BAECLAY SI. NEW YOEE
Continue tbelr authorized llejiriiits uf Ilia
EDINUUItail KKVIKW Whlif.
LONDON QUAUTEULY KKVIKW-Coio
nurvatlve.
WESTMINSTKIl JtKVlUW-l.iberal.
IIUITLSll (illAftTKItLYltHVIKW-Eran-
gel leal.
(Jontulnlnx nmsteily eritleinins and minima
rlcs of all that is iro.Mi atul valiuiblu lu
Llloiuturt), Ei'li'Ui't',nud Alt ; and
BLACKWOOD'S
EDINBURGH MAGAZINE.
Tbo most powerful monthly In tbe lCnellah
LanKtiase, fanioiiH for St'OHIKS, h'-SSAYd,
ami .SKKl'CUKd,
OF THE HIGHEST LITERARY MERIT
TEltJIS (luviiiUlujr rontaue) :
rayablo Strictly in Advance.
For any one Itevlow, 4 00 per anuum
r or any two JiayiowH,
For any tbrei ltevleim,
For all four Iteviewr,
For Blackwood's Ala'i-
1 no ii
10 00 u
n oo "
rtno,
For Hlaekwood and ouo
Heview,
For illackwood and two
Kevlews.
4 oo
I iili
7 00 i
10 00
For lllaskwood and tbreo
Kevlewi,
For Illackwood and tbo
lour HevluT,
10 00
CLUBa, -A
dUcount of twenty p cent, will be 1
lowed to clubiof four ,or mora perMM:
Tims : four copies of Black wod ot at ou
Iletlavf will bo teat to one addrtM for
fia&O.lourcopUaof tbefourHeiUwi Mid
BUckffoodtor48, audw oB.,
Circular! witbfurUer partlcalan may be
bad on application. .
THE Lh'ON.UU) SCOTT PtlBL'NO CO
41 Uarday Street, New York.
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