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(IKOCKHIKN.
CAHIIIMKIII KKCMAMTS.
W. L. BRISTOL,
FAMILY
GROCER
Hoops ovorything pertaining to
tho lino of Staplo and Fancy Gro
sorioB, Woodonwaro, Vogotablon,
Fruits, &o., &o.
My New Style Mixed
TEA,
Difloront Combination From any
Boforo Offered in tho Market,
and of Excollont Flavor.
Choice Selection of
QUEENS WARE,
GLASSWARE.
CROCKERY WARE
and FLOWER POTS.
A ME hi ME Ma,
BOSS"
a.w l i
WISCONSIN BUTTER,
Secl av. Tllch
Oentral HopYoast
Again This Summer.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
4'OAI.. 1
Coal Coal.
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
LYIT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
AND
PEYTONA CANNEL
COAL!
Ordors for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
sromptly attondod to.
tSfTo largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or yoar, at uniform ratos.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
K.T-II illMsy Itni 'aufticr, No
Sj-I liilfiiUy Urn ' wlmrl bu.il
;u oiiiu i.mv.
X. i.K)'iirii 31111s, or
1CJ tliu i lump, tool of Tbiity
'.rut
KJM'ost Olll. . 1 wcr, 300.
KiKlit
A riiKiplrlc I'iclurliil lllntory or (be
'Ilium "Tim Im-1. rlii,rMt, mitl
iiiiihI MKCi-tsiiu rurally i-iipor
In Ihe Union
HARPERTvVEEKLY.
llliiHlrnlril.
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crlul illustrated pcrloillciil puTflished In
thin country, It editorial are nchoUrly
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Weekly Is rciul ai loast by half a million
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lv iimlntiilDH a tioaillve uoMlInn, ami ex-
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AdJreitH IIAIU'KH A UUOTIIHI18. N. Y.
Try
VOL. 7.
i.iuuoit m:.u.f:tiM
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WliolcUv and lltUll IMoUrs I
Foreign and Domestic
LIQUORS
WIN F.N OF A I.I, KIN UN,
No. 60 Ohio Luvoo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MKSML.'' !MVTII . '. have cnnsUutly
a brisc atwk t( the l-it rooiIi l Mir mar
ket, ami KltrmiwUI attention to Hie ttboluaut
ranch of tlii! liunliii'aK.
wiioi.lmai.i: ijiioci:kn.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-Au.l
Commission Merchants
AORNTS AMKItlCAN POWDEK CO.
57 Ohio Lovoo.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
I unlit in
BOAT STORES,!
Commission Merchant,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'KI I.U.ultuitluii gitt-u tudiinlguniinta uml
lllllng iipIth
IMIKT AiHIIUIIA
B. F. PARKER,
Ih-uliT In
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Fapor, Window Glass, Win
uow unaacs, c.
Ahfajd uu liunil, tlii- O'ltlmttil Itliiiuluktinc
A1IHOIIA Olli.
Bros' JESYilXcllxac
Cornur Eleventh Streot and Wajihioif
ton Avenue
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
or. o. ixiioin,
Proprietor,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER,
und WaaliluRtou Avenue,
Cairo, Xlliu !.
CJ-Couuiy and Itallroml Work a .Srlidly.
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker,
SIXTH STREET, Botweon OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMEttUlAlj
AVENUE.
Munufiicturtmhiu own HorM Shoen and
can Asauru uooa work.
PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
j-j-Iiii
MILLINERY!
Mrs. M. SWANDER
U now rwUIni: a lurc uml will rUvtil
ktock of
FALL AND WINTER
HILlimT,
At tier utamlou
EIGHTH STREET,
To which ili ln itv-i tiieiiltrnthitl of tluiluilicii
...r I vl.lnhv In llili, iifiirL will U
1. 111 1,111111 .111.1 111111111 ------
pi'l ".Wf 'i'i it.."!.' !:;!!.V 1 '".'.i i .V;
r....i in iiim iiivwhi iiiiiiit iniiv.i. iiiiii-B ill
ninth of burnulin are raiiimtly unucslttl t
L'c Mia. Swiuulcr a cjill U'loro purcnusiiiK
elsewhere. Her stock of limey pmhIk and no
tions Is (imiplele, iiimI she Is determined not to
he muleisolil by any body in the city.
Il-a-tf
A Book for the People.
vuYJioixav
ix linitlllisto Imiliial "ik 11 w
UnuUe milium lufnaiiii'.'"""'
iila 1 . ami 1 ujim hi. ml Hi lialuial,
in., ml mil Lust irtaliuna vl llie "'"'i
DP
MAHKIAUi;.
.7 . , arriago, ii.ii.s'"''i"".'-:
tlnni, tho MjrtUrloa of UocriMluttlon, Ha. A .umlaij
i tb inly .ui il.r .l"n, ,li.,,,, . iiic t r,nary and Oan
uriloOriiiiljili .imlujii,. nil Niui.i.r ITr
vale, Ventio.il una Cliranla Vlaeaaeaul lsilli'i. Ui.
HI
V IHIIJ
iilymit iiiiintrtiiii ptiuu ijir all ih ti,uvv uImm..
rricu, )ivr t.mr.ii.i-'.isiuiiu in i-uu, ,i,aii. a rttln
lililtluiiilivlniiiriiuHllri'tliui'iitur Spormutorrhoa. nit'
I11K tsiuli'iil. nr Hie uuuiii ami. Mm in ,.h1hI ar.pisiriiii
il, 1,1 iimi. Al.ii a .mall Modlval TreatlM SulUi
bInav iIIm.w W ttgi , ID it.. Auiiit ..,
'iHB MEDICAL 4 8UP.QI0AL1HBT1TUTB,
MlbWAlHtli:, Mlttf.
I iivi. VI jsrijr auubvb imi nv .i;.ual,) flllll ana llir ll.ii.
Kir. ut til rasa jnr.,1. tint in,., 11,IrI,.c,riliiisliiire.
lullurt ilri-av list Iliiiotcnoy-airltalt muliullullullii'
miirlcil ami, llm.ii tuiiU'iniiluilui Mirti1IV, ),'i,t a lutit
iiuaraaUlrlllwliirlit,liiitlllituiilyii.i,ui.r Hitlult Melk
Lc, 3i villa tin. SxUdVxia;, Oeimat Vwalftli. M-.immt eno.4 'Waakvlmtaa Uwxv.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
uilclin.
POKM MY WIIITTIKK.
( 11 11K lll" iMliuttioUoftlicilaVrrhlll (Mais.)
Mhraiy, Nutnnlirr 111
"Ut tiiliik iik MoiiT I" Hull f pule or old,
Anil ntvr clmot italk und cnld,
And tliioiigli th iliwl mid funnltn rrunio
iir Nntini-, Till' mid unliT ruilivi
t'altit wm Hie light ut (Imt that ahotir
On Klant fiiim mid maitodoii.
On Iriir- rurimil plant ami U-aM ofplry,
And run 11 as rude unit wil'l as lliry
And allir agr. Hie wnm o'uran
'I'liriiirtli. iiplllliiiK In lite and maul
And 111 ml . nt I'liKlli, in aylulioln ilutk,
It luranlni trui nl on itnlif UInl lull I .
On Ivufof palm, on e.li(fwriiiiiflit roll,
On p.anticclu) 11111I Irntiii tu scroll,
Man wrote hit ttioiiKhtl the aim iawl,
And In! the I'rrn wan found nt lastt
1 1n n iliwl aouU vinaes Itio thouKtitn ornu n
WIi.i-i-IkiIHH lti'dllt tl'lnl HK'lllll
'I lie plotter's silcnrr fuuud a tonitur,
Olitproptietaailkc. Old poi t nunXi
Ami hi'ic.tii duv, the 1I1 ad lonV ili.wn.
And kini of iiilml iii(sIii Herrmviii
Wi-hear the :ikt' Monti elliiee
'I he limljiiliili ofinir hum in if.
Mi le (.ui I mill IIoiimii llml llicnnehi'1
A 1 1 1 f uloiiB lllo-e ciHMilril lnlli-i
And lwl. ear Irr.uli nc.llll I1I1 "tuje
Ami Clmurtr p.ilut" am w hii age,
A Ifaimie Pantheon's innrlile.4 lirokr
'I lieir stony trailer, and llei and sisjLr,
I. He tin III11I iiromul the alcmcd hall
'I lieloi'ili of tlioui'lit uualt our mill
THE CARDINAL'S GREETING.
Tlir Ainerleiui KeireaeiitntU- of Hie
NniireiiK- I'liiillll Tflllutr Hit Vi ry
liiU'ri-xtliitr Miory oriilx Vlall to tliti
Holy Net-.
l.Vew York Sun, Nov. UJ.
A carved iloor In tin; rerodoa ol tliuC'u
thedntl bchlnil tho Virgin's attnr wuua
in ward at hall past 10 o'clook yesterday
inotiiln. and the heud of 11 rellyloun pro
tcsalon atolyten bvnrinir a critcillx, a
eiiiuLliiK tenser, Inceli-e, auil lljclittil
tniMTa appeared. Then more acolpte.
robed IIU- the leaders In crlui-tiii and
lace. Tin; color of the eorte'e cliatifed
to purple, tliu line ol Ilm vuitineiils ol'
I'aihei" Farley. Kane, and Iloaii, M'pa
rately, -clebralit. ileacoti, and Mil ilea
euii ol the inas ; to Mack, tin- color ol
thu robes ol' Viear-tieneral (juiiin
and Katlier-i KearMey and Valois,
and lat, to royal purple scarlet,
the tilling hade In tht; apparrel of Car
dinal MeCloikey. A purple outaiie,w itli
a trailing trahi,"was the main fcMnneut
of the Auii ricaii I'rlni-i; of the Church.
Itwasittat thu waist with a broad
tearlet ilk salt, weighed down
wllh reat taelp ol jfohl. Above wan
surplice ol soft lace, ami a mantilla of
purple velvet, lined with scarlet llk.
Around lilt Ktnlticucc'.-i neck wa-i 11
"olden chain. siiMM-'iidin:: a "olden cross.
On Ills erect, graylali head were the ber-
retu and a sktill-caj) both scarlet. Ills
luet, the 1'apal arms graven 011 a lurfu
-aphire, was on hit lelt hand. Acolytes
and nrlests Hied in state alon' the ed''e
of the elevated platform, 011 which tliu
allars rest, and entered the channel.
All knelt lor a moment. Then the
Cardinal utcetided a throne of gilded and
fretted walnut, with panels of crimson
ailk. Kathvrs Qulnti and ValoU took
lower seats jut without the canopy, the
acolyte arranged themselves attrac
tively, and the celebrant and the deacons
began to solemnize tnas, the choir mp
portlug them. At the end of the confes
sion thu Cardinal led thu llru coals in thu
censer with incense, and while smoke
wreathed his person, thu throne, and all
near It. Then the priests lnceiiaed the
altar, and one another, each in I1I1 turn.
Alter the Incensing the Cardinal was ab
sorbed in his tni-sal a worn, bulky book
that lias probably been his raitV viecum
blncu lie was ordained. When the muiried
gong adinonMied thu worshiper to bow
their heads and lurn their thoughts to
the altar, at the cotiiinuiilou, the Cardi
nal stepped down from Ids throne, ac
companied by the Vlcar-lieiieral and
Kitllicr VnloU, knelt In front of the altar,
bared Ids head, and bent low In worship.
After Kather Farley had Intoned the
first l.oscl, thu Cardinal was escorted to
the pulpit, hung with purple In his
honor, llavluif read the ilth. 'JUth, -'i Hi,
Jsih, '.nth, ami aotli verses ol the tweuly-
nr-t chapter 01 I. like, lie sain :
My dearly lova-d brethren : Voudouol,
1 trust, exnect a termoti. I have hardly
recovered from the cllccts of a long and
rather tedious voyage across thu Atlantic,
and cannot deliver a set oration. Ill pre
pared though I am, I feel thai I should
lack con-ldeiaiion lor you, anu uo my
sell Injustice, II 1 did not grasp the ear
liest opportunity of littering the heart
felt joy that tills me. I rejoice that 1 am
otire more at my post, and at liberty to
resume thu regular pcrlornianee of my
official dutlus, among my well-cherished
Hock. 1 know that you wuut to hear ol
one. w lio-o name lias been in your minds,
and, itiiultered, on your lips since 1
(legal i to speak our Holy Father, glo
rious Plus IX. the Vicar ol our Lord and
Savior, Jesus Christ.
During my latu visit to Homu I was
permitted to' enjoy u great ileal of tliu so
ciety of thu Holy Father. Sometimes I
sat In familiar converse with him In his
simple private cabinet, and at others I
shared Ills walks, or listened to Ills words
to thu hundreds that dally (lock into his
presence. I was profoundly Impressed
witli thu moral grandeur, and the sub
lime dignity of the august head ol oiir
chuicli. All who entered his presence
were struck witli reverential awe. A ra
diance, Unit lit up every scene in which
he appeared, was Ins countenance. Ills
elouueiicu neuclrtted thu hearts of those
to whom it was addressed, whatever
their piolcstfoii or creeds. None looked
on the Soverign l'ontltV, a captain in hit
own palace, without feeling that lie was
above inomuchs. pilnces, or any ot thu
great ones of the earth. Kveu when
speaking of thu wounds that cruel ani
mals have Indicted upon thu chinch, his
words were not harsh. Ho spoke like a
father grieving over rebellious children.
You have heard of thu sufferings of
vour bicthein in less favored lands. Our
turn to sillier may come next. In thu
holy season of advent, which begins to
day, you ought to rtivlvu In your hearts
I he spirit of lidelily lo Christ' holy
church, that vou may be ready, nnderall
circumstances, to proles your lailli. llut
had not the Church's children been iiu
lallhlul and lacked gratitude for what
(iod has bestowed upon them, Ills hand
would not now be stretched out to pun
ish them. Ho chastens that tliu chas
tened may turn to Illm In the midst of
their suffering.
Let mo remind you (hat In all Dm
chinches of this diocese the collections of
this day are for the benefit of tho new
cathetlrul. Whero ever I went in Kurope,
persons eald to me: 'When will tliu
great Cathedral of New York he coin
pleted 't We have no modem building
that can be compared with It."
Now, niv brcthern, If you will kneel, I
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1875.
will beitow the Pope'fi btcsttnjr, which
he comtnl'sloned mu to confer.
The congregation knelt, and the Cardi
nal raining Id hind majestically, pro
nounced the Popc'i benediction In Latin.
Important Change In the Rtnate.
The new Senate ban some peculiar fea
tures. Including the Tour senators who
were re-elected, It contain twenty-tlvu
uuw members. The lour who were re
elected are Thiiruian and Bayard, Demo
ends, and Hamlin nud Edmunds, Repub
licans. Thu other twenty-one are new
men an unusual nutulier.
Among the most conspicuous ol those
w ho dlsappearaiv Sumner- It It be proper
to Include him III the list -Hchiirz,
Carpenter. Kenton, Scott, Pratt,
Stewart Huckiuglmm, and Chandler,
Republican, wllh Stockton and
Hamilton, Democrats. Sumner's
seat, alter having been temporarily occu
pied by WaMiburne, permanently falls to
Dawcil. Schurz Is succeeded by Cock
rell, who was a general In the Confeder
ate army. He Is uu Imaginative orator,
and In depth and brilliancy will not com
pare with his preihresor. Cameron, ol
Wl-cousln, who take the place of Car
penter, is understood to In: a matt of
some murk, but as a lawyer anil u deba
ter IIC Will not luKu ..lt will, fh.. ii.iiii
whom he badly beat in the Legislature.
Keruan, the siicces-or ot I'cntoii, is
among the IbicuioU members of the bar
in Hie Interior of thu State. Wallace, who
tills Scott's chair. Is an acute
politician of thu Pcuuylvania
tVtK". McDonald, who displaces
Pratt, Is one of thu ablest Democrats in.
Indiana. Stewart makes way forSharou,
thu rich miner, who lives in Sail Fran
cisco, but rcpiusculs Nevada as a rotten
borough. Katun, who takes thu vacant
scat ol Buckingham, has lung .Mood at
the head of thu Connecticut Democracy.
Christlauey, who drove out Xtck Chand
ler, was chief jintlcu of Michigan when
elected, and U a learned lawyer. Ran
dolph, who follows Stockton, it a man
of about thu ame calaber, while thu suc
cessor, of Hamilton is Whyte, who Imi
been Coventor of Maryland, and is thu
grandson of thu famous William Piuk
ncy, one ot the great men of the last gen
eration. L'pon the whole perhaps the eleven
senators make good thu places ot their
predccsors. The only other uuw sena
tors ol much mark aru McMillan, of
Minnesota, who has been chiif justice
of that Statu; Withers, ot Virginia, who
was a general in the Conleileratu army,
and since thai time llcuteuaut-goveruor;
Buriiside. a major-general of volunteers,
and for two or three term governor of
Rhode Island ; and Booth, recently (Jov
eruor ot California, largely engaged in
commercial pursuits on the Paciilc coast,
ami holding an Independent position in
politics.
In the last Senate the Republicans had
filty-thrtu members, Including Schurz.
Feiilou, and Hamilton of Texas, who, at
one time, counted as Liberal. The Dem
ocrat have twenty members, Including
Tipton of Nebraska, who was formerly a
Liberal. This gave thu Republican
thirty-three majority, with one vacancy
in Louisiana.
In the present senate thu Republicans
have forty-three members, and the Dem
ocrats will have twenty-nlno as soon us
the scat of Ferry of Connecticut, just de
ceased, Is filled, giving the Republicans a
majority of fourteen, Gov. Booth ataud
iug as an IndeiKMideut, and thu vacancy
In Louisiana still continuing.
A Vnliinltle Work.
from tin- ljilatlk- Dully Omiirr
Dr. K. V. Pierce, of Bull'alo, tlislln
guislicd in surgery, and the general prac
tice in the profe'ssiou he honors, ha.
made a valuable contribution to the med
ical literature of the day, in a compre
hensive work entitled "The People's
Common Sense Medical Adviser." W bile
scientific throughout, it is siiigularly
frotn technical and stilted terms. It
comes right down to the common sense
of every-day lite. Dr. Pierce is a noble
specimen of American manhood. He has
sprung from the people, and, with many
sympathies in common with the masses',
has sought to lender them a substantial
service In this thu great work of his
life.
"OttcurUonu.' condition of Immunity t"
How many wi etched homes in our
land ! How many heart-broken Invalid--;
Life with many signifies a mere oucruns
existence. . All are subject lo diseanu, but
when health is removed l he hoe Is nearly
gone out. Sickness Is usually Incurred
through exposure or carelessness. Kw
dally is this true with tbo.-c disease pe
culiar to woman. Through her own Im
prudence and folly she is made to drag
out a miserable existence a source of an
noyance and anxiety to her friends, and
any thing but a comfort and pleasure to
hersell, Kxposiire to the cold at limes
when she should be most prudent, and
overtaxing her body with laborious em
ployment, are both fruitful causes of
iiiuiiv of the maladies from which she slit
ters. Cradually the bloom leaves her
check, her lips grow ashy white, her vi
vacity departs, she continually expert
I'tiei ,s a feeling of weariness and general
laugiior.and altogether presents a ghostly
appearance. What does she need? Should
slm tuku some stimulating drug, which
will for thu lime tnaku her "ff bttttr,"
or does her entire system d"mand repa
ration 'i Shu requires something which
not only will restore to health thu dis
eased organs, hut will tone and invigo
rate tliu system. Dr. Pierce's Favoritu
Prescription will do this. It Imparts
strength to thu dUeused parts, brings
hack thu glow ol health, and restores
comfort where previously thero was only
sullerilig.
Every Invalid lady should send for
"Thu Pcoplu's Common Seusu Medical
Adviser," lit which over llfty pages are
devoted to thu consideration of those dis
eases peculiar to;Vonieii. It will Imi sent,
post-paid to any mhltv.s. fur it U). Ad
dress It. V. Pierce. M. D., World's Dls
pensary. UulValo. N. V. Agents wanted
to sell this valuable work.
Xov. HO, d-eod-w-lw
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ti.n, should hand In the copy by Tues
day noon, of each week.
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Mritliii, .siiraliu, t'ontu-
sinus, DUIocitlons.
l-'riirliirixi, fins, liiera-
twt or Incised W'uunils.
;NH-lllliKi,llnrns,c:ilila,
Miimurtis,
.llleeilliiic I.iiiikm, or
I illtltii;iiriiloi)i.
Sow llleeil.iihil Illitil
1 Inif tiiims nr 'I'l.-th
1
VwiillllilKr HIimmIuiiiI
Itluisly lMseluiritca.
IMI( - lllwlinn I'ltvrt,
ininii rnea, tiiiiuiiliile )
riintliiirlHsKamclir.Ni'U-
mlulu. Su'fllisl li'iirii
EXTRACT
Itlieuiuiitlmn, Illinium
tlCMwelliiicorsSori'iicas, MtliriiPia or foifiiess.
Uuntiufo, IjiIIR' Hack.
iurv Tliroitt or Uuiimy,
Inflamed Ton. lis.
UlptherlH, llrunrlil-
II, AMIIllllll.
Hare or Infliunul Kyca or
Kye-llila.
Cntnrrli, lAiitorrlim,
Dlnrrlu-a, Dy.tntiry.
Horo Nlpnlnt, liiitanid
llrnut.
l'nlurnl or too l'rofaae
AIiinllilliM.
PEOPLE'S
Milk ig. Ovarian Dli-
csm anu Turoara.
Kldnar C'amialalHt,
REMEDY,
Gravel anil Slnunmrv.
ChaHiiapi unit . Kicurla-
tions or mrants, or
Ailulta.
rou
EXTERNAL
AND
VArlriiMF Vln. Kn-
lariml or InflHinul Vlna.
illleer. Old Mores, Inter
nal Ulcerations,
loll. CurlmiiclsH, Tu-
. . in
nrmtmwiT f"iiua.
INTERNAL t uri.i. ami llanloua, Cliul-
in or hore tret.
t'lintliiiTN.IIariii'saor Hml-
USE.
uic (.alls.
flon or Whitlow, Kro.t-
ii I l.lmlis or Parts,
oaqnllu BII-n. Insect
Slink's, LIUims llainla.
I'UNII'N KXTKACT la for taldliyall flmt.
4'Ihm IlruKKlxl, and recoininciiilril by
all DruKKl'ts, fbysiciana, ami every -boily
who hH ever uitt It.
I'aniililet contulnlnic lli.tory ami Uissh mall
l fret-on iiiiUuilion, If uot found at your
liniKKisf a.
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
New York nuil Iulidoii.
41.1-5-13-dlr.
PIIYNICIA!H.
Y"ILLIAM R. SMITH, X. D.
JiKSIUKNCKi .Vo M ThlrUwulli atreel, tie
Iwevn Woaliiiurton avauue and Walnut atrvcl.
OmCK: North aide of KiRhtti atrtwt Iw
twen Uoii.iin rcliil ami Washington (.venue,
0.
W. DUNNINO, M. D.
IIKHIDESCE: Corntr Ninth and Walnut
itrveU.
OKriCK: Comer Sixth strw l ami Ohio ficvee.
OKKICK UOUUS: KromSa.iu. 1'Jiu., and
froiu'i to s p.m.
I.AWYKKN.
JOHN H. XULKXY,
Attorney at Law.
CAIUO, ILLINOIS.
OKKICK: At nsldcnre on Niutli Street, U
lwi W'lislilimlnii iivrniie and Walnut M
JAUkH K, LNK.
r, u. waiiu.
ZiAXTX c& WARD,
-Dtnlrr In
Big Muddy CMurphy:boro Ceil,
The best in tlie market. Also all WlniU of
four foot
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD.
Orders Delivered to any part
of tno City Promptly.
Loavo Ordors at Crystal Saloon,
or at the Company's Olllce, at Nar
row Qaugo Depot.
TERMS Nett Cash on Dolivory
of Goods.
JAMES K. LANE.
a. euruMri
1 1-0-11)1
SioiritiD Kerrine,
Tins tfiYiit Nerve Comiuror, cuiva Killiillu Kila,
iviiivnlfliina. Siiaima. M. vllua lluniw. mill all
Nervoiu IIImum llut ouly known miI rem-.-lv
for Kiillrlillu t'lta. II tiaa Im'll Unleil by
ihniiaanila anil luu neer Ihvii known lo fall in it
aluxle cat. Trial atckagel'i. Kncloae alauii
lor elrcuiara giving eviuenou oi enrca.
' AiMreai. Ilt. 8. a. IIICHMONH.
lu-13 tlly Hog 711, fil..loili, Mo
NO. 292.
AM? mWftllY TV PHli'P
SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
"BAKTIMri..
nr. i, k.stati: aii:t.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
Real Estate
AND
HOUSE AGENTS
COLLECTORS.
JOHVEYANCKRB, NOTARIES l'UBLIC
Land AvenU of the tlllnote Central and
Burlington and Uulncy R. R.
Oompanlea,
(forth Oor. Sixth and Ohio Levee,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
1. 0. LYNCH.
M. J. IIOM I.KV.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
House Agents,
Collectors and Convoyanccrs.
OFPICE-At the Court House.
PARKER & AXLEY,
GENERAL
Auctioneers,
House &RealEstate
fr.J'f'lifcdil nttcnltiin kIi'O lo follrc-lloii of
Krnls anil lfof liinl Kaluli'.-vS
STOREROOM 100 Commercial
Avonuo, Cairo, Illinois,
ii-ii-tr.
VAltltrrY NTOHK.
N"ew-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Close.
Uoro.i I eth fid and Commercial Av
CAIRO. ILUM0II.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealer in
All klmla tianl ami ton,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &o
Mill and Yard,
Jornor Thirty-Fourth Street and
Ohio Levee.
FHOITOCEAFHZC
XtTM'X'X'x: lj U.-DE3.
Corner Washlniiton At. and 14th Street,
CAIRO, ILL.
OPEN EROM 6 TO 0 P.M. DAILY.
i.-.!-ir
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AND
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIOHTH STREET,
tween WaablmrtoD nd Oomiaarclal
Avenue, adjoining; Hanny'.
KEKI'H ror uU the beat lletf, Vork. Mutton
Veal, Lamb. auaage, Ac, ajiil la pre
parwl If 'rrva ramlMia In an amaulni1 nianarr
WHITNEY Sc HOLMES
ORGANS
IJIIfly t'.lrcMHl Ntylr. with Valuable Ini-
jirovi inent'i New and lleauliriil Holii siloUj,
UV
)IJ!jANI Organl.U ami Muil-
ciaua iiuloretlic'vOrKiiaiiiiirivciuiiiemt them
aaNtrletl
IV IralllUM In
iraixiaaw i
Touv, ilecliaiiian.
ami Durability. Warrautexl Die year.
M'ltll
for nli 111.
' Willi. NEVA 1IOI.MKH OKUANCil,,
u.-ja-wlt yulucy, llllnul
JOHM . PHULXM
AMD SOY
(Successor to 4bB B. n,IUM
TOBWAmtoHfG
AJU
Commission Merchants
And Dealers In
HAY, CORH, OATS, FLOUR,
MIAL, MUX, t.
Aftats for LAFUH BAXD NWDU 00
ZCoraer Tatli fltraat aaA Okl
Latraa.
'.. I) Mallnua,
K. C.
MATHUSS 4c UHL,
VOnWARSINO
Ami General
Commission Merchants
Dealrri In
FLOUR, ORAIlf. HAY AND
PRODUCE.
G-A Olilo Tiavoe.
P. CUHL,
-Klclnslva
Flour Mercliant
Millers' Agent.
Xo U Ohio Ivt,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
K. J, Ayria.
a. D. Ayrea.
AYRES ic CO.,
3TXjOT7X
Ami general
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
Ii. D. THOMS,
Commission Merchant,
BROKBXI.
Ami dealer In
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
Forelim and Oomeatlo FrulU ud Nute
184 COMMEKCIAL AVIM0E.
8-Clf.
IXNUR&NCK.
C. N. HUGHES,
(jVncrul
Insurance Agent.
orrici:
OHIO Xj3DI7-JQ3D.
0rr KatsEM Ukl't.
NONK hut
atutcd.
trirat-CUui Coaipaalr revrt
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 18S8.
SAiTORD, M0REIS
AND 0ANDEK,
General
Insurance Agents
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Baak Snllais;, sp-etain.
The OldMtBaUblUbad Agnor la Sent
ra iiunoia, raproMauna; OTM
185 OOO OOO"
CSOKSFHUSrOSlRt,
The Leonard Scott Pub. Co,,
11 EAUOLAY ST. MEW YORX
continue their authoriitd llrprinU of the
EDINIIUUGIl HKV1KVV-Wlil.
LONDON QUAIlTWtLY UKVIKW-Coa-
scrvuttve.
WK8TM I NMTKlt ItEVIKvy-Uhowl.
HKITIH11 gilAltTKULY UEVIKW-Kvali-
(,'cllc.il.
CoiitulnliiK mitatcily crltlclsnii ttntl tunuiA
rlcn of all that U ireah nud valuable la
Literature, Science, iiml Art ; nud
ILACIWOOD'I
EDINBURGH MAGAZINE.
Tho moat voworlul monthlv In tho Knitllah
LitnL'UiiKU, futnniia fur STOllIKS, EHSAMS,
and SKKTCllKS,
OF THE HIGHEST LITERARY MERIT,
TKIt.MS (Incluillng l'oitf ) :
Payabl Strictly in AdYaaei.
For unr one Hevltw, 4 00 par aanuai
for any two lUvlewa, 7 00 "
Kor any three Uevlewi, 10 00
For all four Itevlewi, 1100 "
for Hlsvkwood' Magi-
line, 4 00 "
Vor niackwood and oue
Itevlew, 7 00 "
Kor Itlackwood and two
ltevlewn, 10 00 u
Kor Hlackwnod and tliroo
Uevlewi, WW
Kor lllackwood and tke
lour Kevlewa, 1500 "
CLUIW.
A discount of tweaty pr cent, will tit al
lowed to club af four or mora perMM:
Thu: four voplti et Blackwa4 r ( MM
Review will be teat to om a44rsis thr
I'J HO, lour coplei of tb four Bavltw Md
BUckweotlior 48, and e on.
Circular with further particular awy M
bid on ppllcatloa.
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