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(OHMIftSSIO MtiRfHAHTtt.
UHOW.IIIKrt.
W. L. BRISTOL,
JOHN B. PHIIXXS
AHX goil,
(Successors to John B. flilin,)
FORWABDINO
AMU
FAMILY
latin
IitlleitiL
j lino of Staplo and Ponoy Gro-
UitB. StO: &0.
iun vv uuuuuwui ij. vuhi iiiiiii h.
My
Now
Stylo
Mixod
TEA,
3Toront Combination From nny
InfAnn tf'ryrr i Tt lift TlToflrnf
and of Exeollcnt Flavor.
Oholco Selection of
lEKNoW AliiS,
GLASSWARE,
CROCKERY WAIIE
and FLOWER POTS.
inm m tun Mm,
"BOSS"
e
WISCONSIN BUTTER,
Street avt Ttich
entral Hop Toast
Ak'iiInThU Summer.
0. 32 JUHxM T STKJtiJtiT
CAIRO ILL.
oal Goal.
I ' i " I 'K HI KliH
PARADISE,
T. fJARRilNlR h Murfrivl
AND
JU J. J.VA1X. VXAll J.1 I III
COAL!
T"f 1 ( T . Till , . L 1 1 L 1 m w 1 1 1 IJ 11 1 1LJI1I1.
n, or in iiuKt"IuauD wl Duiutvuif
- I V. .1 V..nmMn
"To largo consumors rind all
Biipply any quantity, by tho
CAIRO CIIY COAL COMPANY.
HullliUy Hru ' office, No 70 Ohio Levee.
-Ilalfiiay llro 's whartboat.
-At F.Kyiitian Mills, or
At the Coul Dump, foot of Thlrty-KlKtit
t
I'oat OlUee llruurr, Zt4.
roinjilctK I'lclurliil Illntory or ttio
InH'H "'llir iM'iit. rliciiichl, mill
uiiNt mirronirui rmniiy fupcr
in m i muii -
HARPERSVVEEKLY.
Illnstralccl,
KOTIcr.fi OK THE I'KKSSe
Thft UWU. U iho ahloit and nnut low-
lul Illustrated periodical pilblUhcit In
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It paper upon uxi-ttcnt iiiicht'om nna u
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Adiram MAIU'EU'A UltO'l'llEHB, N. Y.
MM;
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TBI
VOL. 7.
Mutton nKAi.r.MN.
rTsmyth & CO.,
Wholesale an-t UeUll Deiler in
Foroign and Domestic)
LIQtTOHS
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
- ri'ML' SitVTII A CO
liatc coniUntly
iiy- in ihc war-
1VL a larc Mock of the Imt Rtio1)-
Lvt, iinil iri'i!fjit cul nttcntlon lolhe holii!t
rancu 01 111c muimsn
wifoixH.ti.i: iit i:itf.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-And
Commission Merchants
AOBNTB AMEIUCAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Lovco.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Deali r in
BOAT STORES,:
Commission Merchant,
Bo. 7G OHIO LEVEE.
SI'KflAI.alttntion lnconslpiliioiUanil
lllliiu opl'tn
I'.MXT ANI OII.M.
B. T. PARKER,
PfliT In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow tinaaca, ac.
iMay on ham!, Uio rrlclirntiil illuuilnatlng
AUSEOItA OIL.
Corr.er Eleventh Street and TanUlnt.'
ton Avunuo
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
IMoprietor,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK'
MANUrACTUnER,
Bullotln Dutldinir, Cor. Twelfth Stroot
ana wuunmRioii avbuuo,
E3('ountrand ll.illroiul Work a SIull'.
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker,
SIXTH STREET, Botweon OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMEUClALi
AVENUE.
Manufactures his own Jlornn Shoes and
can Asuurtiuooa worn,
PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
Mm
MILLINERY!
Mrs. M. SWANDEE
Is now iveelvln;
; n large
iluck uf
and well f elected
PALL AND WINTER
At lier buind on
EIGHTH STREET,
I'ii w IiK'U flit-' hi lies the attention of Hie Indies
of Uilin ami vU'ltiKy In IliU Mock Ml 1 lio
I'liimiliill llie latent styleaol' llul. llunneU, lllli-
limm, r lowers nun nil millinery 1 in.iiuiii-
rcicnl at Hie lowent 1I IliK priiTS. Ui'lii'ri In
seiiuhnf liiirc.iliipi iiru earneitly nspicftw I to
Kl Mra.SttainUr 11 call liefoio ihiivIuuIhk
rUewliefv. llii-fctnek ill" f.iuey K'"",l amino
Horn coiniilele, ami tlm U ilelerinliie.l not to
I iinileibolil liyany tioily in Hit-city.
1 1. a-if.
A Book for the People.
VHYdlOLOdY 1 a Imlllmnto nifillral noil ff
Of tl w rti'iii'lo ' uIiiiiiii 'ti ml ii nr.
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vnte, Vlicip.iliiiij CliroiiloUl.oagcourMli'.KH'i.Un
riimt'k mmrtWmrnf. Imt 111 it i,Mr iiuimini. ,b.ii..i ...k
clyliiji iimiieruiii i; ptlom i;,r all tlm i,uv ,lln.u.
I'riir, rnpi r niHr,l.,Mi"uiiUn tlitS, II.mi. a Tiiii.
tihlctiiii tlm liiiiiniiiil lii'uliiii-iitul Bl'CrinAtoi'i'hen. irlv
IIS i'mti.'llll Uf IllU IllUlU MUllf. Mill III ,U Mrui.lli'r tl
Kivll't uf iuiimi. Alio u .mull Medical Trcollio unilu
ktKiv.illc.ii,iOii;'cilIUii, Ali.lu,!,
THEMEDIOAI.& SUF.aiOALINSTlTUTJi
M1L.SVAI ui:i:, vvi.si'.
MILLIIEEI
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
0tI4ti.lt.
BRISTOV ON DEVIS.
Imllcimiit llciiliil ur tin- liiMlnimtloii
of llio WliUkj.Htiicllcvllit Tin- War
ti )i WiiKril mMIi Itlrnt!ri llKr
Hr. Loi h Xov. ii". TI10 1"oHot1h tol-
egrain, nhlcn cptaKs lor itH'ii. was re
ceived hero this iiftcrnooi) :
n ASiu.NriTox, ov. "Ji, ibiu.
Top I'. Pier, I . District Attorney, ft.
IOtllM
I learned from tlio morniiii' paper
that In the course of tho trial ot N ui. C.
Avery yi'.'tcrilay. a wltneM meiitlonctl a
riiiuor thiil I wat Interested in n diilil
lery or lUjuor liouto at Louisville, Ky.
.Suijtaiillally the tnino rumor win circu
lated In St. 1.011W by corrupt olllclaU and
culltv ilUtlllcr, tjiflr cotifcdcrntcs ami
irlcnds, last niirlnj;, ohvlotiily for tliu
purtioju ot breaking the force of the pro
ceedings n'Jinsl them. .So long- m the
matter roted In "nu ro trcct rumor or In
the column' of new. papers rnoiuny to
the rln', I could not properly take no
tice of it ; but now that it has been lra;r
Kcd Into court, appear.', at the in'tiiiico
of Indicted ollMal, I deem It proper to
reipast that every perron whose name
hai been jrlvcn or can be .'Iven you a
having' knowlf ile of ftiieh alleged facts
shall be brought before the raml jury
and be stibjeet'd to the more rii;ld
examination. The statement is abto
luttly nml tuniualilledly fale, -o
far a it all'etti me; but 1 do not delro
to allow tl.c matter to rest upon
111 v denial.
1 bc;j leaTC to repeat the request here
tofore conmuitileateil to you, that these
l'raud 011 the fovurniiieul shall bo probed
to the very bottom, that every ramillea
tlon ol the ririir shall be followed In every
part, Ironi beinnltiK to eud, anil that no
one bavin;; connection with or guilty
knowledge of Its operations shall be per
mitted to escape. Ho fur as this depart
ment it concerned, I vk that every alle
gation agaiu't any olhrer of it, Irotn it:
In ad to its humblei-t employe, bo thor
oughly Iirtr-Jtigatc! and vlgoron.-ly pro?
i ciiti d, if xuy ground exists therelor.
I have read thl to the I'rvflili'iit, uho
icpiiiii- hii Iniuiictlon : "I,a no guilty
mail rrnik.'' II. II. Ilmi'iw,
tieerclary of the Tien'iiry.
WHY SHE WENT DOWN
Mtllf. tir; Mnlenieiit ot tin. Striisiiiii
ulilcli lniMllfil .Ur.. IlMli;riuUllo lo
Muii.- lliu li'si viit.
P'r in the VirginM fKev,; Chronicle
"Cenlleuien of thejiiry," he said yes
terday, "it has been reked by the oppoi
ing counsel why my client went down
stair:. That the blush of shame did not
mantle the cheek of my learned friend
while putting such an Inquiry, argues
a heart vl:oe sensibilities are
whollv deader ed. The astonishment
which Is depleted upon your counten
ances, gentlemen, Is siitlleieut to assure
uio that you appreciate the position In
which tills Injured wile and delicate
woman was placed. The 1. w. and d. w.
weighed 170 nt leat and had a very red
face, of uneven surface. Why did she
go down stairs, gentlemen? 'J he iiucs
lion has been asked, and I answer. Turn
voiir gaze upon llils beat ; this monster
Iu the semblance ot a man ; this demon
in human form; thl devil who Insults
(lod's Image! Let him speak I The
beast, etc., evinced signs ol rising wrath.
Take his sworn testimony. Here is the
ouestion: 'Why did Mrs. Iltilgruddery
go down stairs-?' Anscr: ! h'Uted
her.'
'Gentlemen ot the jury, ho h'Uted
her! Great Heavens he h'istcd her! He.
the brute, once, perhaps, a man, raUed
his foot nml applied to the form of her
whom at the holy altar he had sworn to
love; and eherUh. She, a blushing bride,
standing before the man of God, breath
ing tlmidlv the vow which bound her
lorever to Ilulgruddery. Then a. happy
mother, holding to her breast the pledge
of love which heaven had granted. And yet
he h'hted hei-J Not only did ho h'ist her,
gentlemen ofthe Jury, but It Is lit evl
ilenco that ho took a thit-lron from her
baud, and accompanied his kick with a
blow from that useful domestic utenell.
And vet tlie learned gentleman ha the
audacity to iisk why Mrs. llulgiud
di rv went down stairs."
At this point the excited attorney gave
a wild laugh and was ordered to
elt down. lSiilgritddery was convicted.
The .Hun Wft I'lifiirllied I lie CrooUri!
WliliK.V.
A. C. liuell telegraphs from Washing
ton to the St. Louis Timet a new account
of the manner In which lliu whisky
frauds were unearthed. Tlm credit Is
given to a voting inau with tho oppres
sive name of Henry T. Yaryan, who
was employed as clerk In thoofliceola
suprrvi-or ot the revenue In Mississippi,
yaryan vcurned for fame. It seems, and
whvn sent to investigate the accounts of
a crooked revenue oltlcer in Texas, ho so
distinguished himself that the depart
ment had him promoted to an
important special agency. In
his subsequent explorations ho ills
covered something wrong at St. I.oul,
but Cameron's Irleml, Douglass, who
was then Commissioner of Internal llcv
cntic manifested n maiketl disinclination
to follow up tho clue, anil snubbed the
young man with the hard name for pok
liiir his nose Into frauds which his Mine-
Hois illim'i want uisiurucu. .vnerwaru
Varvan reported everything to Solicitor
Wilton, and Wilson took him to II: Is
low, who gave him lull power to hunt
up all the crookedness he
could. lie worked very adroit
ly, procured iuduhtablo evidence
of extensive frauds at St. l.ouI, mid laid
them before IliUtow, who thiuiked him
and said: "Go ahead; I will back you.
If I eeii't run this department honestly,
I will ten out." Tim result Is known.
This young detective with thu crooked
iiiiiud has brought the whole gang ol
ciookcd dltlllers and revenue olllccrs lo
sudden ami overwhelming grief. If this
storv bo true. Vnrvan ought to have
niche sonicwheiii in tho temple ol fame.
Hut It is 11 nolut blank denial of Grosve-
nor's account of the exposure, and must
be taken cum grauo,
How lie Kill ltlisti'i).
He leaned la.llv a-'alnst tho corner of
the old ltostolllco building, and looked
idiini v.
"Vou got a lcln on ills hoiiH', Isn't
your" said a pompous looking darkey
who came out ol I lie St. Charles Hotel.
Thi'in .As no renlv. Thu dlscoiisolnto
looking negro who leaned against the
u-nll link' sli'hed heiivllv.
"Hullo. Sam!" exclaimed tho hotel
liiiiL'niite. slush cook, or something else,
lu a tone of recognition, "what's do mat
InrV"
"l'ee do inoit iinhnpplest nigger In do
"WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1875.
whole world,' rrplicil Ham, without the
least emotion or movement of hl eye.
"Ilecn 'feated In tie 'lection V
"No."
"Oal kicked vou?"
"No, no."'
"(lot tool Rche';"
"No, no, no,"
"lleen tlrluklns?"
"Vou know I isn't, when I 'long to tie
church."
"lleen gambling, I speck."
"Yes."
"And got butcil."
"I'luni busted. Wut you ever seed,
. n' beside belli' a orphan. I'm fur nway
rom home."
"U'cll, It Ferves you right. on had
no buslnejs to gatnblo lessen you had a
shore thing."
"Well dat's what' Ac matter. I win
too snrtnlu."
"Of What V
"Orde 'lection. 1 was tolerable well
satisfied of a snrtalnty. and I planked up
on de Tubllcans. Mr. Smith, he says to
me, I bet you If do white folks is two
hundred strong and votes one way, and
tie niggers Is live hundred strong and
votes solid do other way. when It comes
in .x.uriltri' ,. Hi,i fhlk'i l L'tvlllO to be
ahead. I don't know nnllm 7101111111110
tlck. but I lest bet him two dollars dat
couldn't be so."
"But how was you gwino to prove
It?"
"I never stopped to consider dat, but
ills morning Mr. Smith he cum to me,
and he say : '.Mm, tie 'lection returns Is
nil In, anil do ttatc Is done gone Demo
cratic by seven millions majority, and
Ucm two dollars I mine.' Course I
couldn't ay nuflln after dat, and dat's
how cum 1110 busted."
A Vntiuilili' Work.
II" rom (tic IjifoTctte p.nly I ouricr 1
Dr. K. V. J'leree, of Iluir.ilo, distin
guished in surgery, and the general prac
tice In the profession lie honors, has
made a valuable contribution to the med
ical literature of the day. lu a compre
hensive work entitled "The i'eople's
Common Sense Medical Adviser." Vt bile
scientific throughout, It Is singularly
from technical and stilted term". It
comes right down to the common sene
of every-day lile. Dr. I'ierco Is a noble
specimen of American manhood. He has
'prting from the people, and, with many
sympathies iu common with the masM--,
has sought to render thim a substantial
service in this the great work of his
life.
"0 wiarionie cun'lillon of hiiniinlly !"
How many wretched homes lu our
laud ! How many heart-broken Invalids?
Life with many slgnilles a mere onerous
exMeii'-i'. All are subject to dl-ea'e, but
when health Is removed the hope I nearly
gone out. Sickness is usually Incurred
through expo-itre orcarel'ssin--'. Kpe
cially Is this true with those disease pe
culiar to woman. Through her own Im
prudence and folly she is made '.o drag
out a iimcraiiic existence a source 01 an
noyance and anxiety to her friends, and
any tiling but a comfort and pleasure to
herscli. Exposure to the cold at times
when she should be mo't prudent, and
overtaxing her body with laborious em
ployment, are both fruitful causes of
many of the maladies from which she suf
fers. Gradually the bloom leaves her
cheeks, her lips grow nhy white, her vi
vacity departs, she continually experi
ences a feeling of weariness and general
lauguor.aud altogether ptesents a ghostly
appearance. What does she need? Should
she take some stimulating drug, which
will for the time make her "fed better,"
or does her entire system (lsinaml repa
ration? She requires something which
not only will restore to health the di
ca'ed organs, but will tone anil invigo
rate the ystvm. Dr. l'lercc's Favorite
Proscription will do this. It Imparts
strength to the diseased parts, brimrs
hack the glow ol health, and restores
comfort where previously there was only
still'erlng.
livery Invalid lady should send for
"The I'eoiilu's Common Sens'! .Medical
Adviser," hi which over llfty pages are
devoted to the consideration of those dl
eases peculiar tojWomcii. It will be sent,
po-t-paid to any address, for SI CO. Ad
dress U. V. Tierce. M. D.. World's Dls
yicusary, llullalo. N. V. Agents wanted
to sell this valuable work.
Nov. HO, d-eod-w-lw
.0..
llcnullliil WoiiKii.
The hair is the crowning glory ol wo
an. There are lew iiiciilii-.ntr ilitiit
m
which cannot be remedied by iho nroncr
lispositlon of the tresses. Put when tho
ir begins to tall out. or turn gray, tu
young people, or with those lulhe prime
of life, the: e Is cause lor real regret.
hen thl: is tho ease. Ualra Vegetable
Sicilian Hair Utnncer will lie found to be
llrst-cla5 remedy, far superior, as n
sound medical medium, to anything else
before the public. It actually restores
rav hair to Its original color, and in the
great majority of ruses, causes It to grow
again when It is becoming thin. It Is not
like many popular preparations, a more
wash, but a scientific discovery, indorsed
and ucd by physicians of character.
Address K. l' Hall & Co., Nashua, X. 11.
l'orney't Weekly 1'reis, Feb. t, JSOS.
H-l-lW-lltW.
rrtT"At this season ol the vear. when
so many of our people arc suli'eriuglroin
colds, we call attention to Ayku's
Cnr.iiiiY PneroiiAi, as a suro euro not
only for coughs and colds, but all allec-
nous 01 1 tin lungs una throat. Having
used It in our family lor many years, we
can speak from personal knowledge of Its
ellleleney. There may be other remedies
that aro good, but lu all our experience
this has proved to bo by lar the best. Its
qualities are uniform and wholly reliable.
it Is plcaaul to take, and should be Kept
nt comma. id, by every family, as 11 pro
tection against a class of complaints
which seem harmless lu tho boulnniug,
but become nllllctlng nml dangerous if
neglected, AVic Jlmot Ilcgiittr.
uovIlO-Oitwlw
l'or itio Wcelily lliilli lin.
Persons wishing advertisements or lo
cal notices inserted In the Weekly IIiim.i:
'i i.v, should hand In Iho copy by Tues
day noon, of raeh week.
The Ga-mWo Wagon
oaiiio, ixiijiKoia,
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Koto:
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SlrnliiH, siimliii, Conlu-
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111, Asllllllll.
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'iilarrli, Leucorrlica .
inurrlica, nynmtirry.
Horn .Miipli'H, lullatiuil
llrii-it
I'niiirnl or too l'rofitsc
Mont li es.
PEOPLE'S
Milk I.i'ir, ovarian I)ls-
en.in and 1 nttii.rii.
liilllll-v C'OllllllllllK.
RFMPnV IJniveland SlriitiLurr.
nCIVIHUT, ciiiilliiK ami Kxcoria-
I lions of Infants, or
Adulta.
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FYTFRNfll ' larKcilorliiBaimil Veins.
LAir-IlllHL uiiTrDM sores, Inter
..... I nal Ulcerations,
AM lllulli, Oirbunclin. Tu-
ruTTmrsj-ivr a sr mors. Hot sjwilllncs.
INTERNAL I ru ami llinilnns, Unit
ed or Sore 1'cvt.
USE.
Il'liulliix, II:inii-ss or Sail-
: i.iitirt.
jl'rlon or Whitlow, l'roit-
11 1 1.lmb.s nr l'arts,
.Miiiiillii II Hex. I meet
I Mini;, Uiapiml Hands.
I'OMI'H r,.VTUAvr U forsalenyall Firm
'1iihi IIi-iikkNIh, anil iicoiiiinc.nlisl liy
nil Drufritlsts, I'liyaiciuns, anil ''rj
limly Mho tins i'er n-nl It.
rumiilili't contalniiiK Ill.lory nml Uwa mall
isl fnr nn iiillcatlon, if nut found at your
Uruitt's.
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
.Veil York nml I.iimloii.
u.:-5-u.iliy.
I'llYHK'IANN.
"YyiLLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
ItKSIf)i:.N'CKi So. 21 Thirteenth street, be
twivn WiislilnKt'in avmne nml Walnut street.
OFFICE: North sMc of l'.lKhth street be
tween Conuuerclal and WailihiKton avenue.
0.
W. DUNNING, M. D.
ltr.SII)E.VCK: Cormr Ninth and Walnut
itruta.
Ort'lCK: Corr.er Sixth utreet ami Ohio Uvee.
OFFICK I10UUS: 1'roinOa.ni. 12m., and
from 'J to 8 l'.m.
I.AWYl'.US.
JOHN H. HULKEY ,
AUorney nt I.nw.
CA1UO, ILLINOIS.
OFFICr.: At renlilenc on Ninth Street, be
tweni Winhlnitton avenue inn! Wnlniit hi
JAVUS K. LANK.
Y. l WAUIi.
XiAXTEj ci WARD,
-Dealer! lu-
Big Muddy CMurphyboro k
Thcbet 1iiUumiuhI.iI. Also nil VhnU uf
four font
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD.
Ordora Dolivorort to nny part
of tho City Promptly.
Loavo Orders at Crystal Saloon,
or at tho Company's Oillco, at Nar
row Gaugo Depot.
TERMS Nott Cash on Dolivory
of Goods.
JAMES K. LANE.
k ocrotary.
Il-n.im
Samaritan Iteo
The Kli'at Nerve Coniiiror, eiuvs Kii'tluFltn.
CouviiUIoih, Siani.s, St VitiN Hnnee. anil nil
Nervous lllMMpat lliu only known iiwillverem
eilyfiir Uilleiillii Flit. Itluialavn telt by
iii,.iiri!iiiiU inn! lum iinvi'i' been known to fail In 11
uhiKli'i'iiie. Trial liaekairuheii. Kuelowiilaiiip
lor c reu am u viiib evnii'iiui in curt.
Aildress, lilt. H. A. IMUIIMOND,
10.1,1 illy dux "41, SI. Joivli, Mo,
NO, 291.
ARE ECONOMY' IN PRICE,
SITERIOR CONSTRVCTION,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
Designs, and Giving PERFECT
Evorywherc.
ui:am:sta'it. aii:.vt.
JOHN a" HARMAN &"
Real Estate
CO.
Hlotts:ej .g-eistts
COLLECTORS.
.'ONVKYANCKES, H0TAIIIE3 PUBLIC
AND
Land Axonts of tho Illinois Cnntrul and
OurllnKton and Uutncy R. 11.
companies.
North Cor. Sixth rind Ohio Loveo,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
r, 0, LYNCH.
M. J. 1IOIVI.EV.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
AND
House Agents,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE-At tho Court House.
PARKER & AXLEY,
GENERAL
Auctioneers,
House&RealEstate
.A.G-aajNr'rjg.
ET"Sleclnl atk'iitlon t,'lin In Collection of
hints anil Sato of Ileal Kstiile.'Ca
STOREROOM 100 Coinmcroiul
Avonuo, Cairo, Illinois,
li-ii-ir.
VAIIU.TV KTOHi:.
Wew-lTork Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
XjarsoBt
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very CJoso.
Uornor 10th St. anil Cotnmorciitl Av
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealer In
"All klmU hard anil soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATII, &o
Mill and Yard,
JJornor Thirty-Fourth Stroot ond
Ohio Lovoo.
FHOXTOQRAFHZC
IHTSTITUTB.
Cornor WashlnKton Av. anil 14th Street,
CAIRO, ILL.
OPEN EROM 5 TO 0 P.M. DAILY.
in-a-if.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AND
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Botweon Washington mil Cotamerclal
Avenueo, uajonunif xianuy a.
KHIII'H for mill) thu lHt Ileef, Fork, Mutton
Veal, IjiiiiIi, Samuce, Ac,, nint U re
iril U "ervr fuinl
li'H In an wwiilaliln tnniilier
WHITNEY 6c HOLMES
ORGANS
Fifty rii'snnl Klj len, with Vatuatlu 1 111
iirovenieutHt New am! Ileailtlhil Solo Mops
OVI.'ltONKTIIlllISAND tlriniiilla am! Mm!
clana luilor.elliiullroinsauil iveoiniiieii'l tlirm
a Mtrl.tlv FirMl-t'lnNtt In Tom. Iirlmniniil
ami Dimibillty. Wiirrauteil flvn jean. Semi
lor iirii-i iihi,
WIIIINKVA UOLMi:.S OIIUANl'O.,
U-2J-vvlt Quiucy, lllluuu
Commission Merchants
Ami Uenlers in
HAY, CORN, OATS, PLOUB,
MEAL, BKAK, etc.
Agents far LAFLIH ft BAXD FOWSKX CO
ZCornor Tenth Stroot ad Okl
',. P. MatlniM. E. C.
MATHUSS it, UHL,
FORWARDING
Ami General
Commission Merchants
Dealers In
FLOUR, GRAIN, nAY AND
PRODUCE,
O'X OUio I101700.
P. GUHL,
Kxrluslve
Flour Merchant
Millers' Agent.
So SOOI1I0 Levis',
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
7'10-lf.
E. J. Ayrea.
S. I). Ay re.
AYRES & CO.,
riiouii
Ami Rcnerul
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
L. D. THOMS,
Commission Merchant,
Ami ilraliT hi
STAPLE AND TAN C Y
GROCERIES,
Foroitrn and Domestlo Frulta and Nats
184 COMMEBCIAL AVENUE.
S-Ctf.
I5NURANCK.
C. N. HUGHES,
1 General
Insurance Agent
OFFICE:
OHIO L33V33E.
Over Mathuii ft Uhi'f .
NONK but
eiuUtl.
Flrtt-Clasa Couiimnlet reire
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1858.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND C ANDES,
Gtnttul
Insurance Agents
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, up-itairi.
The Oldast Established Aoenoy In Bout
ru xiunois, reprosenuntr ovor
t65 000 000
CHOICE PERIODICALS FOR 1876,
The Leonard Scott Pub. Co,,
41 EASOLAY ST. NEW YORK
Contllllio their authoritol ltvprlnta of tho
EOINHUUOll KEV1EW Whig.
LONDON QUAltTEKLY KKVIKW-Cou-
Hcrvntivo,
WKSTil I N'STEIt REVIEW LI boral.
HRITIS1I (itrAftTEULV ItE VIE W-Evan-
g ellcal.
Containing masterly criticisms ami gumma-
rteh in an mat m iresn iidu vaiunoio m
Litoruturu, Sclcnec, nuil Art ; anil
BLACKWOOD'S
EDINBURGH MAGAZINE.
Tho moit powerful iiionUily In tho EiikIUU
LanLMini:u.fttinon lor STOltlES, E8SATB,
una SKKl'CHK,
OF THE HIGHEST LITERARY MERIT.
TKitMS (Incluillngrottage) :
Payable Strictly in AdTnc.
For any ono Ilevlew, 9 4 00 per annum
for nny two lUviewu, 7 60 "
For any three Uoviews, 10 00
For all four llevle wi, 12 00
For lUackwood'i Maj;a-
lno, 4 00 " ,
For lllackwood aail ono
Itevlow, 7 00 "
For lllackwood and two
Kovlowu, 10 00 "
For Ulaskwood and tbrco
Itoviowa, 13 00
For lllackwood and tho
lour lCevluw, 1600 "
CLUBS.
A illscount of twenty per cent, will be al
lowed to clubiof four or more penoaei
Thus : four coplee ot lllackwood or of om
Kevlow will be tent to one addreia fcr
$Vl 80, four coplei of Uio four Jtevlewe aad
Hlackwoodfor 18, and 10 on.
Circular! with further partlculart uuf be
had on application.
TUB LF.OMAUD SCOTT PUiUNQ 00
41 Barclay Street, ew York.

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