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JOHN B. PHILLIS
(Surceuors to John tl Vhllllj)
W. L BRISTOL?
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Keeps everything pertaining to
etiita. Aca.. AVa. ' '
y my new viyie
fferent Combination From any
3ofore Offered iB'ths Market,
ana ot .uxetueni Flavor.
Choice Selection of
and FLO WEE POTS.
LOT hi KITE Woo,.
Sweat and Rich.
antral Hon Yeast
Aualn Tiila Summit,
PI ! 'II-
IT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
lT7IZmT A ri A HI PL I l.l 1
m . w as rm m-m - w .
Jrderfl for Coal by the oar-load,
'To largo oonsumors and all
inuiauiururii wo o uiuuuiuu
supply any quantity, by the
roth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPART.
-Halllday Mro.'aofBc, No, TO Ohio Levee.
HaHlday Bro 'a wharf boat.
At Kirrntlnn Mills, ur
"At Uib Coal Dump, foot of Thirty-Eight
:F-lost Office Drawer. 3K.
completo Pictorial lllalury of Ilia
tnont aurcvaaiui riw
In tbn I'nlei "
NOTICKH OV TIIR PRIM.
The Weekly l the tlilett and mo.t pow-
ini lmmtraiea Denoaicai uiiuimucu ib
U country. IU .editorial are icholsrly
hi nmivlnMnir. and carrv much welirot.
lluitraUoiM of current event a are tull
id Iresb, and are prepared by our bcntde.
CVUK . .Imil.tlnn nl IMi niMI. tha
eekiv ii reaa av. lean uy nnu a buuiuu
.rnnu ami Iti tmfluonce as an orKi
! tiwmdnilnna. The Week-
m.ini.ina a .noattlYa coaltlou. and ex-
roHics decided viewaon political and bo-i
i T jKiilavlila r'niirlnrHlniirnat.
lta artldea are model of high-toned dln
mlon. and ita nlr.torlnl iltUHtrationa are
(ten corroborative argument of no ttnall
irea. N. Y. Bckmlnnr unil Chronicle.
iu paperv upon exiKent quciuona uuiu
llmitable cartoon help to mould the en-
,ment ot me country. l'itUburg Com
otage free to ubcrlbnr In U UolUd
Haroer' Wieklv. one ver...!l on
Four dollar lncludm prepayment of U.
. postairo by the publUber.
vaakiv. and Maxar: u one auaren tor one
ear. 10 00: or, two of Harper's 1'criodl
all, to one addreii for one year, 7 00;
fuaiaitvi tiw. . .
An extra copy ofihe Mafiazine, Weekly,
ir Bazar Will uo unpieu Kravia ior oitrj
.r fl uiili.rilinrii at HA (Ml napll. in
,ne remittance; or, nx copiua iur u w,
without eatra copy; pontage free.
i . . . i i r . A li t 111 1
UacK numuer can oe lupiiueu ai aui niuc.
Tlie annual TViumei m aaawpera Trocaiy,
n neat cloth binding, will be sent h:
i neat clotn Uinuinir. win oe lent uy
srew. free of expenie, for 97 00 each.
ireil, iree Wl eapcuaa, .iur v, uu cuuu,
ompleto Ht, tenivrMag eighteen voluraei.
aiA.alat Af aaan 1 tin Fl T A Al in W
ier volume, might atthe expetno oi the
....nk..ar , f '
k-MewKiaBri are aot te oopy tht ad-
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VOJttluWi v-IJ CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1875. NO. 289.
olesel and SttaH Dealers U
r.tf. ll ' .
wntwroF Aix itiw ih,
MKSSItV. SUYT1I CO. Uve coMtAUtly
lATRC ttuCk of, Ui belt food. 'i He nwr
kct, and give ocll atU-ution tutlir utiuloiuil
ranch lit (tie tjuiliifrin.
AOKNT8 A3tXBI0Alf 'POWDEI CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
M'KCIAI. att.ntlftti Riven toconMsumeuti and
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Olasn, Win
aow unaacs, ate.
A I way on hand. Uie erltbrated Ilhualnuttiic
Corner KUTanth Btxoet and Waablor-
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
JINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bnllatln Butldlns, Cor.
and waabinirton AvennuP
. OAlxro. Illiuois.
CfCounty and lUliroad Work n S(eclalty .
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AINU COMMJiiUUlAU
SCanufocturea hla own Horae Bhoea and
can Aaaura aooa Worn.
Mrs. M. SWAKDER
l now receiving u larue and .well ecuciwi
IALL AND WINTER
MILL Ml 3 1,
At Iter aland on
To which she Invlle the attention of the Indtcx
of Cairo and vicinity. In tlil tock wl lbe
found all the lateat styles of Hats, Bonnets, Hlb
i.... .vin..n um nil M Ulnerv tionda. nil of
fered' at the lowest living prices. Udleij In'
. I. ..e Kuv...ilt,a am J.dm.rillv reOlieBtlll til
ulve Mrs.riw'aiider a call before liurcliiislnB
;i.n-lr. i lleratnckor Ialiry Room
iroodn and ao-
tlon.ls complete, ami she J uetermlpeii not lo
be undersold by any body In the city,
A Book for the People.
IUY4IOLOOY a linltlm.H nifdic.l aoik f j
Of I l"'i
-!''"-,-"7. ..7.: x.i.n.
i morn sua kk r.ii"o,7 vv" ,;rrtVn '
- iusrriu.0. ut uira uiuta"M.."-
Iloni, the MyiUrlo of lleproduction, &0. AilirdaiJ
ri tb irllyou i he vriuU Ujm t.n ul the V rtnary nd Cn
rv4OrtQolUUMaf.,tM.-ludiiii U UtwtittM
t Ittct of Early Abuse im itiu tfaiial system sml the din
ire ui rcfits utmre snu aiivr iitarriece ifsamziwpre-
t4 nil tkim CMntenibUtttii Msrrltte. t a ''
ktdcrtUiiiiit,rutrUiheunVywp,i mmU Work
lltfUig nuuuruuc yrrarilpllona tut alflh, .bovu dKn.
Piieo, pap.r um6jl.MMunlla elutii, eio. x I'am.
a ouafcmla ut IU. .abovn arkailUMgi4raiwa
Keclin ofMamu.-AI) nitll Mtdteal Treatise on the
' l-'rorn tlie Chlcut?" 1'rlluin'
Utile Anna liolilllriek.
Wut n wlnnoiu x t.
Full or run nml rrullr,
hwit ami enoil. ntnl yet
. ,llriiimilii o'er rlth iiiUcliUr
"'Aim! eaiiMil her many a lieartaelie
r or Iter Tear imt wlirnl clillil
NnllKllty Utile A 11113,
'Unit or run uml ly.
Jutt n lllllerna,rerufid t
Her Mamtim to olieys J !
, AiHllBiioit.Tlevlii)Cioith' J
'I hat Atinaeonlildoau, , ' J
Told her ulic aliotiM ack lir tiunk.
And on" to ISostnn pi.
Anna tlioiiKlit n llltle,
And IKxIdlnu tier 1rlfflit lii ud,
"Well,)ou inayKo. Mamma."
'I Iih roguish it one paid;
V'Aiel I'uua 'lllieljiyon iKuk.Twur IninV),
And iF.en we'll tiiiench ftin
Wlu ii Matnma'a gnw nway. ultL" i
nald tliRiiauulily little ont: .
iifty rur lier naiiKhlV WoMrt
Vol u lilt Mat 'he
While .Mamma loM her how th iomi
'Iliut toon flie'd ln'tler he,
Ami that when c enlhle Mioiild come,
Iteroiv .lie went lohed,
SheM tell her hc waj orry
tor all Dlie'd done and raid.
Sort lilue eye ate lUucliiKI
Dimples come and xu
(lolden Imlrllke thlntle down
l.vavliiK to nd fro
And laughter, aurretaa ralry bells,
Come, rlaijlnir In from ilay,
A. Anna dreiouiurrun tocome
When .Mamma ftn nwuy.
euliiK came and (ioldilocka
Win unigly plare.1 in lied;
Sneet irood nights were niten.
And little iirayerit wen: .aid
Hut .till the little maiden
No .onow would xire,
Nor one regret at Mutnma'a Krlf
Kor her tiiUilecdaotjiifrM.
"Mamma dear, yoiuniietn't i;o
And lei, e u hoth," aM .lie)
"For. ir you do, w hat will become
urpoor l'aia and me?
Ami there aie all my pretty doll",
Mn.t lU-y. too, w awayv
I 4 yoa'd lietter kUn mo
Ami tell me rou will tuy.
"Hut Mill 1 un't orry
One llttli, tiny mltei
And .. irjon in koIiik.
You'd Iwtter pack to-nlaht.
Hut, Ifyoil".! leave my dolliej here,
ho that we ulrl.caii pl.iy,
I'll put n lllllv bit o' one
Away down in the tray;
"And when you take It out at nlghf,
No matter where you'll be,
You'll look at prctlle dottle.
And then remember me,"
I'erliapi you can immaxme
How her pxir.Mainm felt.
A", burn I ii lu teari, .he clo.e
Ikuldc that COt'lKd knelt.
Hut In hrrnlrht t?own wtilte.
And through her arm 'round Mamma'a
llall'.uild with Krierand fright;
While .obblnply .he whlsitrvl,
In tones fo .wift and low,
"O Mamma' I'm o sorryl
I vflll be goolt Don't go!"
Now tar more precloui to the heatt
()l Mamma tlian before,
With cIlnKlng arnn and klsei nweet,
Good niitht .lie whUliernl o'er;
And, lira) lng that our Father kind
Will her in faftty keep.
Safe heltcxed in her mother's arm J,
Lli (ioldllocka, asleep.
Nov. 3. 1;5. Deuiaui,
WORK ON THE CRUISERS.
HlenlHrnnt rw-Eiineiin Niiiiwl
rou It raw ii Oil! uT llu- Mi'illlerrH.
I'lm nlr nr. tlie ltrnoklvn Xavv Yard Is
lllled with rumors of aetlvn naval prepar
ations in distant vards lor warlike move
ments; but. then, affairs move on tnoiiot
ououly and without perceptilile stir. A
stfong gang of men are briskly preparing
the frigate Trenton lor the day llxed for
her launching, and It really looks like
war times on tier decks and sides. There
is a vigor and zeal exhibited on this ship
which really suggests haste and even
anxiety lo get her afloat on the part of
the naval authorities.
IJesides the men engaged on the new
Irlgate a gang of calkers and riggers are
at work on the .Supplj, a storeshlp. fit
ting for the-Mediterranean sqtndron,
"or elsewhere," to carry provision, ite.
On the Hartford, also, a large number of
onlAro nr., .it wnrL- .irriiin I no iMW'k'. ill
order, and the old siilp will, doubtless, be
Iu excellent condition wiinin ten or in
teen days, if necessary. Tim crew lias
not as yet been ordered to tue snip, out
will be ready to be placed on board as
soon a she Is prepaied to recelvn them.
while there appears to tie, auu ream-
Is, no bustle or push in any department
at the Brooklyn yard to suggest a
thought of any possibllty of war, with n
foreign power, tfiii last Intelligence from
the department anil irom loreigu luuiuns
would seem to point to the fact that the
vnvernmeut is conceutratillg Oil tills
coast nearlv Its entire naval force. Or
ders have bVen sent to the South Atlantic
squadron, near Admiral J.e Jtoy, to re
turn homu at once. leaving only the dis
patch steamer Frolic to fly our Hag on
that station. This order will bring home
the sloop-of-wnr Hrooklyn, flagship or
the South Atlantic squadron, tho cor
vette Monougahelii and the slooj-of-war
Ossipee. the latter on her way out, but
intercepted bv telegraph. From European
station tho Irlgate Congress has been
ordered home, and, what is the mo-it sig
nificant of any order yet come to light,
the balance of tho squadron, consisting
of the frlgatu Franklin, flagship ofJIear
Admiral Worden, ami tho corvettes
Alaska and Juniata have been ordered
ant of llm Mediterranean, where their
-winter iiuarlers ate. to the Tagus, off
Lisbon, there to await tho development
nf events. The department Is evidently
not Inclined to leave the active cruisers of
the European Hittadron iu a veritable
ettl tie sac, where they may be captured or
shut up bv a more poweriiu enemy, wiin
out being able to light with good pros
pects or success or to run away wiin rea
unliable hones of escape.
The Mediterranean is not, at llrst tus-
sln. tho tilace for a small suuadrou of
American mcit-of-wnr, even If Spain is
nur MitiifroiiUt. She lias a numerous and
poweriui iteet in uer own waters, aim h
behooves the cautious Admiral to keep a
roomy oiling with his .hips when tnc
Cadi, dons come out into tho Atlantic
with their fast English built Iron-clads.
Lisbon Is, therefore, it better place, lu
easo of trouble, lor our European naval
headquarters than Vlllafranehe.
At Ntrfolk, It Is understood, no orders
have been received to tit out tho Iron
clads collecting there, although u largo
number of olllcers have rende.voued un
der orders to servo at sea on a number
of monitor there. Supplies mid men are
said to be at hand to put tho licet of moni
tors at sea at u very eariy tiuy.
Homo olllcers huvo suggested that iar-
liaps Venezuela wasthu point or naval at
tack If tho dahlia of (ho United Stales ary
not paid, but the return of the South At
lantic squadron 'effectually romoyes that
u.lilclon. The ortlcrs xent tlio Euroiienn
wiuadron wouhl swru to point clearly to
Hpalu as the country which our govern
ment Ii taking precaution nKnlmt, and
that is the common Itcllcf In naval circle;.
The Mont mnnarkablp Hrmedy cier
Uico)'rl. lleuaoii'M t'npriiin l'.
At no time iu the history of true mcill
l ine has an article appcurcd which has
iHtt willi Kr(-'atl'r approval nml 'stioces
tluiu UinsotiV (.'apclne 1'Iaitcr. Why
they lire preferred to all other porous
platters, Is owing to their Improved com
poHlrm ; they act iii'tantancou'sly, cure
speedily and cllcctunlly.
rhyaleiaiis and the general public who
acknowledge the (,'reat benellts derived
Iroin the we of the ordinary porous plas
ter, however, maintain that their action
Is not Mitllciently prompt, requiring time,
patience and continuous wear to etl'ect u
cute, llcnson'j Capclno l'latcr over
comes this difllcttlty by occouiilihlng in
a lew hours, that which It takes any
other I'loster as many clays.
Although rt recent discovery Capclno
has been thoroughly tested by physicians,
and lu each Instance has been pronounce!
(lie most remarkable, sale, certain aiid
thoroughly cJMcaclQtis remedy ever dis
covered. Incorporating Capcine In an improved
Porous Plaster has been accomplished
after repented solicitations from the med
ical fraternity and Is now prescribed by
lh;m with unprecedented success; es
pecially In Ithcumatistn, IMetirUy, stub
born Colds, Kidney Complaints, and all
diseases for which a Forous Plaster has
Its marvelous Influence over the circu
lation, and general effect on the system
Is almost incredible ; from the moment
of its application to the affected part, it
operates with ostonUhing vigor brings
relief and cures more ellectually than any
known Plaster, Liniment or Compound,
It is a genuine pharmaceutical prepara
tion of the highest order of merit ; its In
gredients are entirely vegetable and free
trom Mineral or .Metal Poisons. One
Dial will convince the moU skeptical of
its superiority over the ordinary Porous
Plasters. When you desire prompt and
Immediate relief, nk your druggist for
Kenson's Capclno Planter. Price, 25
cents. riKAiiruv & Johnson,
Wholesale Agents, K. V.
BSyllAiicLAY Duos., Agents, Cairo.
Few readers need to be Informed that
It was the war which developed and
brought to light the caricaturist of the
United States, Thomas Nast. When the
war began he wasa boyish-looking youth
or eighteen, who had already been em
ployed as h draughtsman upon the illus
trated press of Sew York, and London
lor two years. He had ridden iu Gari
baldi's train during the campaign ot 1SC0,
which I recti siciiy and maples, aim sent
sketches of the leading events home to
New York and to the London
Illuitratal Sexci. But It was tho seces
sion war that changed him from a
roving lad with a swilt pencil for sale
into a patriot artist, burning with the en
thusiasm ol tiie time. Marker's Weekly,
circulated in every town, army, camp,
fort and ship, placed the whole country
within Ills reach, and he gave fortli Irom
time to time those powerful emblematic
pictures that roused the cltir.cn und
cheered the soldier. In these early
works, produced amidst the harrowing
anxieties of the war, the serious element
was of necessity dominant, and It was
this quality that gave them so
much Influence. They were as
much the expression of heart-felt
conviction as Mr. Curtis' mo?t
impassioned editorials, or Mr. Lincoln's
Gettysburg speech. This 1 know, be
cause I sat by his side many a time while
lie was drawing them, and was with him
often at those electric moments when the
idea of n picture was conceived. It was
not till the war was over, and President
Andrew Jolinso:! began to "swing round
the circle," that Mr. Xast's pictures be
came caricatures. Out they wero none
the less the utterance of conviction.
Whether he Is wrong or right In the view
presented of a subject, his pictures are al
ways as much the product of bis mind as
they are. of his baud.
Concerning the Justice of many of his
political caricatures there must be, of
course, two opinions : but happily his
greatest achievement is one which the
honest portion ol the people all approve.
Caricature, since the earliest known
period of Its existence, far back lu the
dawn of Egyptian history, bos accom-
pIMicd nothing else equal to the scries
of about forty-live pictures contrib
uted bv Thomas hast lo Harper i
Weekbi for tho explosion of the Tammany
Dlnrr 'I'lincn nr., tlin lltlnnht ttinf cnflrl.
art (las done in that kind. The fertility
of invention displayed by tho artist,
week alter week, lor months at a time,
was so extraordinary that people con
cluded, us a matter of course, the Ideas
wero furnished him by others. On tho
contrary, he cannot draw from the sug
gestions of other minds. Ills more cele
brated pictures have been drawn in quiet
country places, several miles from the
city iu which they wre published
Jama I'arion, ii Harper s Magazine jor
The I'cople's Common Senso Atlviicr.a
liook of iihotit 'MO paes, lllustratetl with
over 250 engravings anil colored plates,
ami sold at tho uNeecillngly low price ol
$1 50. tells how to euro catarrh, "liver
complaint," ilyspepia, or indigestion,
sick, bilious and other headaches,
scrofula, bronchial, throat, and lung di
seases ; all dleacs peculiar to women,
and most other chronic as well as acute
disorders. It contains inlonnatloii for
thi voniiL' and old. male ami female, slu
glo and married, nowhero else to ho
found. .Men and woman, married and
single, nru tempted to ask their family
physicians thousands of questions on
delicate- topics, hut are deterred from do
ing 60 by their modesty. This work an
swers just such questions so fully and
Dlalnlv as to leave no one iu doubt. 11 is
sold agents, or sent by mall (post-paid)
on receipt ol price. Address the author,
It. V. rlerce. M. I)., World's Dispensary,
Itutlalo, X. V. ll-'JU-iUwlw.
BVvhtuc of live certain executions lomedl
reeled by the clerk of the circuit court or Al
exander county, lu the Mateol Illinois, hi favor
of Charles O. I'utlerand llllitlii oil, Ann of
CJ. O, l'atler Co. , and aualnst Jamej Curroll,
I have levkxl upon the following ilrscrllinliirou
erty, lu tho llrst uddillon to the city of Cairo,
county of Alexander und Stale of lllluolj, to
wit: Lot numbered one (I) hi block munbcreil
twenty-eight (V) , as the property or the said
luines CarroH, which I bball offer at pupllo sale
ut the noulli-west door of the eurt lionise lu the
city of Calm, lu the county of Alcxaiider and
ritatii of Illinois, on the third day of Decemlier,
A. I. 1875, IicIwmii llio hours ol nine o'clock,
u in., and Miiixet of said day, for cinl, , to it -IV
mill Execution. ALKX.II IBVIN,
' ' Sluritr of Alexauder County, IllliioU.
Uiliv. Illinois, Nowmber II, 17o.
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
Great Durability with Handsome Designs, and Giving PERFECT
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
612, 614, 616 and 618 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
s.K-2,,, a W HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
rho Peoplo's Remedy.
Tho Univorsol Pain Ext notor.
Aak for Poad'a
Take no otne
"Hear: for I wilt (Peak of excellent tlilnif.'
Injuria to Mannrltenati,
atralnx, ifiruina, Contu
I'rnrturra, Cnta, Lacera
ted or Incised Wound
Hlcedlnir .niiica, or
Spitting or lllood
Sto Hived, ami HIcH
lnir Gums nr Tre-th
Vouilllniror Blood and
Plica llleedlnir I'ilei.
ll nd l'lles. (Infallllile.)
reigia, swelled face.
tic ! wellinir or Sorenea. .
Mtimipita or Sorenens.
Lumbazo. Luniu Hark.
Vore Tli run I or Wulusy.
More or Inflamed Eyes or
More Mlpplen, luflamed
ihk Pnlnrul or too Profuse
Milk 1.4'kT, Ovarian Dis
easa and Tumnra.
uravei anu airaiiirurr.
.CbaHuira and Ezcoria
Uoua or iantnta, or
Vnriro? Vclna. Kn-
largeil or Inflanieil Veins,
lllrrra, OM Sores, Inter
lloilK, Carbuncles, Tu-
nrmnnniT mors, Hot awelllnss.
INTERNAL Coriia and lluulons, Cliat-
I en or pore reel.
USE. die Culls.
,1011111 or iiittow, rrost-
el I.imbs or l'arts.
Moaqiiilo Illle. Insect
Slings, i;iiapiel llanili.
I'OMI'N KXTRAtT is for sale, uy all Flral
CIiins llruirKlala.anil recommendeil by
all Uriiftgista, l'liyslcians, and every
boily who Iihn ever used it.
I'nmplilet containtnK Hl.tnry und UBea mail
ed free on application, If not found at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
New York Anil London.
SMITH, M. D.
JIKSIDKXCJC: No, 111 Thirteenth alreet, tie
twven Waalilnjrton avenue and Walnut street.
OFFICKlXorth side of KlKbtli street be
tween Commercial and Washinston avenue.
W. SUNNING, X. D.
UKSIDENCK: Corner Ninth and Walnut
Ol'riCE: Comer Sixth atrtMit and Ohio Levee.
OFFICE 1I0U118: From 6 a.m. lira., and
fOHN H. MTJT.KKY,
Attorney at Inw.
OFFICK: At residence on Ninth Street, be-
tween WanlilnKton avenue anil alnut M
jAVts k. lake.
r. i. waiii),
ZiAXTX A WARD,
Big MuddKMsbcro) Coal.
The bent In the market. Also all kinds of
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD
Ordors Dolivorod to any part
of tho City Promptly.
Leave Ordors at Crystal Saloon,
or at the Company's Onloo, at Nar
row Gauge Depot.
JAMES K. LANE.
The ureal Nerve Coniuror, cinv F.plteptic Fits,
Convulsions, Siatsim, St. Vitus Ounce, and all
Nervous DUeases) the only known H)sitlva rem
m.v lor V.nltentlH KIIk. It luis lavn tentl bv
thousands uml has never lieen known tu fall lu a
lnle ease. Trial packnxefiiv. Knclone sluuip
Iur e rcil ara KlVinif eviueucu oi curm.
Addlt", DU. S. A. IHCIIMOND.
10-13 Uly Box 711, St. Joseph, Mo
AllK KM0MY IN PRICE,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
REAL ESTATE AUT.TiT.
JOHN ft. HARBaAN&
JONVKYAJtCElS, HOT ABIES PUBLIC
Land Aganta of the Illinois Central and
Burlington and ttulncy R, B.
Nortk Cor. Sixth avad Okto Lava,
I. U. LTMCIl.
M. i HOWLir.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
23 STPL'X,1 JbJ
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE At the Court Houao.
PARKER & AXLEY,
tCi"Spcclal attention Klren to Collection of
lien I. anu .-ale or Ileal fc.lale.'CB
STORE ROOM 180 Commercial
Avenue, Cairo, Illinois,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner lBtk St. and Commercial At
C. 0. FATIEB & CO.
BOX and BASKET CO
"illkiudg hard and soft,)
ploorino, smma, lath, &o
Mill and Yard,
Jornor Thirty-Fourth Street and
Corner Waahinirton At. and 14th Street,
OPEN EROM 5 TOO P.M. DAILY.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Avenuea, adjoin in ir Banny'a
KKKl'S for tale the best Beef, l'ork, iluttou
Veal, Lamb. Sausage, Ac. and la pre
pawl U .arve famlllea In an acwutatil nianner
WHITNEY Sc HOLMES
Fifty Klra-anl Nlylea, with Vatualile lm
proveiueutHi New and Beautiful Solo Slops.
OVKIt ONH 1 IIOIISANI) Uriranlsts and Mini
clans Indorsa lhe.c Organs and recommend them
as Ntrlvtly t'lrat-claaa In Tone, Mechanism
and Durability. Warranted Ave years. Send
ror price nsi.
WHITNEY & HOLMES OKGANCO.,
l-'ja-wlt Qulucy, Illinois
And Dealers In
CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BKAft, at(.
Agents for tAFim SAKS NWPUt CO
IGaraer Tamtk Street avail Okie)
X. I). Uatlmu,
MATHUSS tc UHL,
FLOUR. GRAIN, HAY AND
04 Olxio Iiovoe,
No SO Ohio ln,
K, J. Ayrea.
S. I). Arret.
AYRES Sc CO.,
L. D. THOMS,
And dealer In
STAPLE AND FANCY
Foreign and Domeatio Fruita and Nute
IS4 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
C. N. HUGHES,
Over Mathuii UM'i.
First-Class Companies repro
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND C ANDES,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, np-itairi.
The Oldaat Eatabliahed Aaienoy In Sout
rn Illinois, repreaentlntr otit
165 000 OOO'
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