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MILLINERY!
Mrs. M. SWAJfDKR
Is now reMng large mil wallulejred
stock of
FALL AND WINTER
nif0
ttUrtitt
" J " V Hi
ThaOWWBlBffrtp,
h mm,
, ,,M her stand on
3
3
IOHTH.8TUMT,
To which h Invite thci.llfnllon.ief ttitUdlM
of Cairn ; n vicinity. In this stock will I
i.H.n.'1 !V httttvlcorlIlii,.JIoriiiet, lilt.
r'.lV i..IS.?' ' MUHnn-r Uoeda, all of
h&C ladltala
"tal,rW'','Py teletel to
i nJNMMay a MlFuW purchasing
eiaewnere. Hemlock of fancy goods and no
tions ia complete, and the It determine! not la
i!"!. .I01'1 hy bwl-,n th city.
1 1 3'tr,
S, t r v- ry,
Th Leonard teott Puk. Go, v
M 14WUY 11. Jf W Y01K
contlmn their authorftrd It eprints of the
F.DINBUKOIt KKVIKW-Whltf.
LONDON QUARTRIMV KRVIBW-Con.
aerraiiY.
WESTMINSTER gKVIKW-Mberal.
UHITIHMgUAUTKItLY UKVIKW-Kven
Kcllctil.
Containing steely criticism ami sunima-
riH or an tun ta ircsn anu Tamable ta
Lltoraturv, Kclcnec, anil Art ; anil
BLACKWOOD'!
EDINBURGH MAGAZINE.
The mot i powerful month, In tbo Kiil'1Iu
Lankan, famous forMTOltlKS, U3SAYS,
aim ojva.io.tir.o,
OF THE HIGHEST LITERARY MERIT.
TE1IMH (In. luilliiff l'ostsgo) :
Payable; Itrlctly in Aivance.
For anr one lierlaw, 4 (K) per annum
for any two lUvlewn, 1 00 "
For any three lbj lews, 10 00
For all four lte lew, 1200 "
For Blavkvrooil'i Maga-
line, i 00 "
For Hlackwooi! and one
Review, 7 00 "
For lilackwood ami two
ItevUws, 10 00 "
For HUekwooit and three
Hctlews, i:j oo
For Blackwood and Ue
iourlUViewf, 16 00
.'hUllS.
A ilUcu'Jnt of twenty pr cent, will be al
lowed to club) of four or morn persons:
Thin : four copie ol lilackwood or of one
Review will bo sent to one addrets for
12 80, four copies of the four Reviews and
lllackwoodlor fit, and to on.
Circular with further particulars rosy be
bad on anulicatlon.
tue Leonard scorr i'uwano co
41 Harclar Street. New York.
POND'S
EXTRACT
The Peoplo'a Remedy.
Tho Universal Fain Ext actor.
NoU: Aak for Fond' Extract.
Take no othor.
"Ilaasr: for I wilt stwuk'or exrelleut tblnga.'
FOR
Iiijiirim to Man nrilcait.,
ran, muiie.
ttlrnln, :i,ralna, t'ontu
aloua, Dislocations.
I rneiiirr, cilia, Lai-era-
till or iuci.ed Wuuudi.
SIrllliiiri,llurii,ScMda,
auuuuriut.
Illccdliia; I.nng, or
Splttlngorillood.
Hone Bleed, and llleed-
iia tiums or Teeth.
Voiiiilltig-ol Illuwtlaud
IlluO.lv Dlwlinrf-e...
PIIih. - lileedlug 1'Uea,
lllludl'lle. (InUillible )
TnollinclMsCaruclit.Veu-
ralgle, Swelled Fare.
KlieuiiintUm, Jtueunm-
tlchwtlllnir nrMnmiF.-.
EXTRACT
Mtiiruea or .Sitmro.
Lumliazo, Ijm.i Uack.
iori Tlironl or Uiuii.y,
I unarm I tonsil.
Illpilieriri, llranrhl
Ms, Asthma.
'Hore or Inflamed Kyr or
t'-utnrrh, Ixucurrbea,
Khirrlna, Vymntcty.
nippm, inilnlni.il
- urnui
Pnluful or too Proline
MnnlhllM
Tita
PEOPLE'S
Milk lar. OrarUn i)I-
nun aud Tumor.
Kltlnry Coiiiilnlul,
(iravtl ami Slrjiiurv.
REMEDY,
('liHlliifo and xcorla
ItOH
EXTERNAL
uon or inruum, or
Adults
Yurlroar Vrlns, i:u
lirged or inOnmed Velna.
Ulcer. Old Sorea, intrr-
liat UlcrriitloiK,
Bulla, Carliiiuclra, Tu
mor, Hot Hwtllliiiti..
4'urun and ItunlouH, flwt
f - wlorHoia Kt.
i'kiaiaiKH.IUrnig or Sd
INTERNAL
USE.
die tialla.
rdMi or Whitlow, Vroat-
u l.lAiha nr lart
Moaiiulto Hl, Inuct
unga, ciinppoi jianda.
POND'S KZTSA47r la for aaleby all Ural
:m aVBXMt. and recommended by
all OrMglM, l'liyiiclnna, and vtcry
bodr wnoiMa ever unci it.
riuiipbl coatalalac lll.toryaitd Vt mail
ed fitkiw awlleallou, if not found at your
DruKfUff; "
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
Vw York nut! I.0111I0M.
4IV5-13-dly. I
THE HOWE
2 i
Sewing MaeHne
COMPANY
lloverjiiirnrd lliflrndiii- mid xali-iToom froiii
.onierNlMll.STHKl r j,n, Cojuiuirciiil Au
line to by CoiiirjimIIoiu brh-k'ntolii oil Coin-
KSlll KTItSK-l'H, lulely iMvu..lrt,v ,. c, (,-
u.i.a ii'liKM ii.ll n I lti. I u I u. f'j I .
...... .,,.w...... ; IKH I'.llllllll'IC 111
Horlmelit of the 1
IMPROVED HOWE
Which hmu proud lobe Hie limit dm itblr, iind
bid no the e.ihlei-t lunnliiK iiiucliinv sold.
tfA trial Mill ciiiivliitT uuy unc that lluy mv
Hi 11 machine to buv.
EfWa uIhu keen lor ci.U a ko.I usuniliniiit of
.K)oi lAituin, mm jwibi,uiiu i.iiineii 1 11 rnii 1,
which we oflir ut low lliire..
Dive. n a Call.
The HOWE MACHINE CO..
D, F. BENNETT, Agont
1 . 1...
ItlAEHIED LADIESll.
k nd maii.u .ir nMHiilentlil tlrciilar. ol irnul vftlnn,
Hr. li. Cf ,PAHIt. a K. WiuOl.Bt. ludiauauoUs, lu.l.
VOL. 7s
Coal OoaL
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
IIT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
-AHD-
PETTONA OANNEL
COAL!
Orders for Coal by the oar-load,
torn, or in hocaheada. for shipment,
jruupiiT aiwuatja .
IfTo largo conaumors and all
aanufaoturera, vre are preparod
to supply any quantity, by the
aontn or yoar, at umiorm raioa.
CAIRO CITT COAX COMPANY.
rtHalllday Rro 'a office, No. TO Oh! Lerte.
Iiiairiuay nro.'a wnan ooai.
-AtKityptianMIlla.or , ...
-At I
1 the Coal Dump, toot or J liiny-tiKm
jt.
O-Foat Offioe Drawer, 309.
I.IIJORJKAIKRN
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholrulc arid Rrtall Draltra la
Foreign amd Dosmeitio
Wl-t OF AIX KIMW,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MKflSllF. SMYTH A CO. have coaatantly
a Urge atock of th beat KOodi lu Hie mar
ket, and fire raptcial attention to the nelaala
ranch of th biialneaa.
wiioi.kMAu: 4JBwt:r.itM.
STEATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-And
Commission Merchants
AOENT3 AJtEBICAN POWDER 00.
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dealer in
BOAT STORES,:
Commission Merchant,
Ho. 18 OHIO LEVEE.
SPKC'I AT. attention Klten to consignments
tilling orderi .
PAINT AND OIL.
B. F. PARKER,
Dcnlrr In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
BX1.T7SBXZZII9.
Wall Paper, Window Olaas, Win
dow Shadoa, Ace.
Alway ou hand, the relfbmled llliimlnatlog
AURORA Oil,.
Y3x-oa' 33xx.lXcll2ac
Oorner Eleventh Street and Waahfaas
ton Avonua
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
l'ropiUtur,
BINDER AND BLANK HOOK
MANUFACTURER,
Bulletin Buildlnirr Cor. Twolfth Streut
ana WHamnnion atbiiuo,
Cairo, Xllixxoiew.
Oi.'oiinly mid lUllrowl Work u SiKflulty.
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker,
STREET, Botwcon OHIO
AVENUE.
Manufacturva hia own Horao Shot and
i-ttu ABiun wwi Worn.
PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
o-'.'-lm
CAIRO, IlLlNOIS.
THE LOUISIANA OUESTION.
The lion, rertiartrlo Wood DerlMrra
Ilia IndriM'aalenre.
(I'rolu au Intartiew- with Mr. Woul, In Hip
Herald.)
Ia an lntcrtlew tills eveuliitf with Mr.
Fernando Wood he wai ankea If lie tiud
anything to exiikln about hi iutroduc
lion of tut Louisiana matter at Hie open-lug-
Stii'loti of the Ho.nu th other day. II
aatuuiud the look of n rreiicli general ut
a court martial, and mild that he did not
know that he was bound to glvu an ac
count ot hU nets nor his motives for
them, lie had done nothing that hu was
ashamed of. He wuanu lndc'iendtiit man,
anu under no oii)jiuiuus to any uewspa
nur or iiurlr. -
"I want the press aud the public," said
he, rising to a dramatic and linpoiliit'
IKHturc. "to understand that I shall do
as I please, and muke 110 explanations of
my cotiutict. i am accouniaoie oniy to
my coiistitucutx. If they wish an expla
nation I am ready to jflvc It. 1 lie rec
ord of nhat'l have nald -iK-aks for Itself.
I have nothing to add, nothing- to re
tract. I can aasuru you mere is notuing
In this whole lhlii. So far at I know
there xm not, nor is there, any intention
ordcftim to report the Louisiana 'jues
tiou. Certainly not ou my part, and I
know that .Mr. Lamar nor Mr. Cox had
Midi Intention. My action was solely
my own, for which I am solely and en
tirely responsible. I am governed by no
party cliijue or caucus, and of all the 135
members who voted mid arc ol
my views, I don't know that
any ol them had any Intention or
wish to tottcti Louisiana anairs. n me
press wlili to make a seimtlon over it
and cay that the Democrat wanted to
have more blood aud slaughter down
there, it is their look out, not mine. I am
not rcstioatible for what they may My.
nor for the action of designing men, who
don't care whether Kellop or McEnery
bo Governor so long as they can accom
plish their schemes. Thefc arc the men
who makes dupes ol the reporter and
lead them to disseminate imprefj'ions
which will some way further their de
signs. I tcts no reason for all thU cry
over the iilmple fact that 1 made a mo
tion tor an inquiry to oc mane concern
ing the validity of Mr. Morey's creden
tial;. Papers -acre pnsented to the
clerk, claiming to coinu from the gover
nor of Louisiana. I merely moved that
they be vxamiued or referred to the pro
per committee, which would have taken
perhaps two day. If the cominlttte had
questioned the legality of Mr. Kellogg'
official position a governor, that would
have been another tiling; but even that
is u supposition. 1 repent that I had no
Intention to reopen tho Louisiana ques
tion, ana there is no tounuation tor tins
outcry. It only miows to what depth of
Imbecility the common Intelligence of tho
country can reach. This attack on mc
and in)' friends is the smallent exhibition
ol a small mind that this small age can
produce. It is too damned small to laugh
at."
WASHINGTON SOCIETY.
M'fllll.llixli. Hie ArluiV llomirfil-
ftonn) "rVnalilnjcton Tolleta.
WMhington L'orrt'.tioiidencc oi tin' Cotirkr-
journal. j
ThU week is crowded to repletion with
pleasurable events. ISoth last week, and
allot this week, weliayo hud McC'iillough
at the theater lu his best character:. This
lias afforded the opportunity ot compar
ing native with forclgu talent. Only a
few weeks ago Harry Sullivan was hern
u .Shakespearean role. His presentations
ot tho character of lilt-hard 111. ni:il;
the character as revolting and dUagteva
hie as that of Dicken' Qullp. The love-
inaKUig fcenc Willi lady Anne would
Imvo dl.tsustud any other woman in the
world, perhaps excepting tm notorious
Fauuy Lear lllacklord, who, purhap.,
might be wooed and won under similar
circumstances ; but women should feel
resentment towards the Immortal bard
himself, for such a libel unon the sex.
McCullough's Mellaril Is stromr, but not
so repulsive : hU wooing moru tender.
aud the baser passion more In abeyance
to the less ignouie one ol nniuition.
A highly-distinguished rompatiy wax in- j
vited to meet the great tragedian at Gen
eral and Mrs. Fitzgerald tienlo's. The'
general had met Mr. McCullough In Call
lornln, where they were fast Irlemls. On
Tuesday afternoon, from !i to 0 o'clock,
sirs, neaic, nssistcu oy ner nusuatui ami
two daughters, received the very elite of
Washington. Mr. jMcciiiiotigu whs in
troduced to the guests, who were charmed
with his line appearance and ntirccnblu
conversation. Since last season Ocueral
lk-ale has remodeled tho ball-room ol his
elegant residence. The floor is inlaid
wttn various woous uattvu t lautornia.
In the center Is the coat-ol'-arms ol that
State, composed of several beautiful
kinds of wood. Tho dedlgu makes one
or the most beautiful floors I have ever
seen. Of course it 1 mopped aud pol
ished until it Is perfectly smooth for
dancing, which the young people fully
put to the test Tuesday afternoon. As
tin was tue iitst
UltAXri DAYI.U111T OCCASION
of tho season, there was fivshucs ami
novelty in tho toilets worn. Although
there was dancing, tho ladies nil n
neared in visiting costumes and huts.
What lovely variety theto is in llio latter,
and what latitude Is allowed! Mhs
hamcs, Just Iroiti Lurope, wore u whi e
fell, Kembraiidt shape, with n slnt;lu
rose-colored feiilher fiiclng ihehi ini clotu
t ) the head, and foriulug a becoming cor
onet. A large iom, tho' same i-hapr,
trimmed thu outside. Miss I'aliuei,
daughter of Dr. I'aliuei-, ot thu ttavj ,
wont a I'arMiiu toilette nt it tielitli.l
lmde, ol silk, Intermixed with light blur.
The side trimmings were of blue, with
strap vol" the dark silk, while the back
and front breadths, us well as the baique
and hat, weru n tkllllul Inter
mingling of the two Muitlcs, Miss Cud
wtilader, sister of the iis.-Utaul i-ecri t in
ol State, wore one of the most beautiful
dresses I saw. It wits of silk and velvet,
both of which belonged to I he ninny
nameless hut exnulslle new shades. Her
-hut was of white, with whltu feat her, tutd
luco all mingled in iho mot giaeelul and
arllslloconlut-lou. Madame lloyos, tho.
wife of the Austrian uiliili-tcr, wmc u
blaco silk with ribbed stripes of velvet.
Sim is lull and slender, lit r dress whs
perfectly plain und tight lilting. Around
thu waist sliu woru two narrow hi rands
of gold as n girdle. Her hat w:i n con
trast to most of tho others, us li was of
dark velvet, with a single bird's feather
and worn low on (hu loreheud. Mndauiu
Hoyos speaks Kngllh fluently, tiud Is
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1875.
very charming. She says she enjoys the
wide, clean street of our city, and takes
long walks dally. Mrs. Belknap's
beauty seems more Indian t thl- winter
than ever In-fore. She looks queenly in
a robe of black velvet, with fong train,
hat of velvet, lighted up with white
satin, solitaire ear-ring ol diamonds,
and n spray of diamond! fastening the
soft, white lace ut the throat. Mrs. (lett
er a 1 William Myers and her daughter,
MissSalllc, were preseut. Miss Myers
iii very much admired, both for her
beauty und stylish d reusing.
"farla arc Mtnbboni Thins"
Thousands of human beings art; yearly
borne on the swift current of disease
down to the grave. Just because they do
not posses u sulllcleiit knowledge of
themselves. A man meets his neighbor,
and the llrst salutation If, "How are you? '
or "How Is your Health?" The reply
Irefmcntly Is, "Oh, I am well, with the
exception ol a cold," Most persons
lightly regard n cold. Header, do you
Know mat a com is one ortue most dang
erous of maladies? A cold not onlv clou
Ut) the liores of the entire svstem. and re
tards circulation, but It Is productive of
laiarru, which is quite apt to lead to
i-uiiaiiiiiiiuuii. - vn, jou sar,
"it is untiling but a cold In
my head." True: but that cod Is
really a mild form of catarrh, mid if not
arrested in it course will become chronic.
Catarrh Is oncol the most disagreeable.
offensive aflectlons In tin? catalogue nf
uisease. 'l lie passage to lite nose is ob
structed, tho euc of smell impaired, and
mere is u uisnirrecauie sensation or meas
ure In (ho head. In the moru advanced
stages, thero U n discharge having an of
fensive odor. II the diH-uc be allowed
to continue In its course, thick, hard In
crustations will form in the head, the
bones of whleh sometimes become soft
ened aud break away in nieces. Why
will jiersons continue to sutler from such
an annoying, disgusting dianc, whim
they can just as well be cured of It? Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Ucmcdy will euro the
worst forms of catarrh ; in fact, It It the
only sure and safe remedy which has yet
been offered to the public. Many harsh.
Irritating preparations may, for a time,
relieve tue urgency oi trie mnptoms, out
they do not cure the disease. Dr. Surre's
Catarrh Ilctncdy Is soothing and healing
In it cflccU, and when ttaed witli Dr.
I'ierce'B asal Douche, according to di
rections, docs not fail to effect a cure.
Sold by all druggist.. IS-lo-d&wlw
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
IRON, TIN
AND
Slate Hoofers,
sAjraa-A. xxjXj.
Roofing and Qatteringa Specialty.
Slate Rootling a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stovos
and Tinware.
Jobbing Promptly Dona.
'A. I). Mittlmss. E C.
MATHUSS & UHL,
FORWARDING
And (icucrjt
Commission Merchants
Dealers lu
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE.
84 C3Xa.lo Xiovoe,
ANAGENTrtaS
LtMlio'a Xvn'apa,ei Hlid Muguiluci, the oldest
iliil.ll-l.cl IIIiMtmle.1 IVrlodlniN in Amnlfit.
Tliej- are now (list ouVrrd to i'Jin.K-H'1, who
Will, if llif.v mx-iiic all nttriicy ninl etcliialve Icr
lltoiy. iH-timlded In iutrodui'i- resi'iitieu Ilr-t-
rl.iSH lllustnitfl I'erlodi.'ilK, auittil toa-i matiy
dUtincI tn-lisor wunta, und, with llieehol.e
from light new and hi-aittlful ehroiiioi, given
fnv of costs to eiu-h uiiiuml siihirrlU'r, Iw n-
aliled It secure one or moie julneililli)ii hi
every fainilj i" their ilUtriel. To tkllll'.tl i-au-
S-aers this will secure ptiiiiaiicnt eiiiplojiiiuut,
and the nnevrula inch year will le a source o
steady and asaiiud loienue. .-thntn papei-s
an.l most llbeml terms unit to ulliippllciilta who
uiiuii! the leiiltory they ileilre to cutnus. Ad
dlts, AKHicy lU-iiarliiieut, KrunW Leslie's
I'ublUhliiK House, M" I'rl Stiiet, New York.
la-m-i in.
AROVER&
S
DAVVD
K1W IXPXOVXS
8KUTTLB BTITOK
SEWING MACHINES
ARE I II 15 YXKX MMBT a VMM,
Liberal Urrna to Aienla and tb Trad.
Price Mat and Tarrai on application.
I Addra,aiWVKRBAKEBI.M,00.
I lW8Ut8.,Chlg0,tt
HOHXr OAS MM MAVBt
l-.'-ni-iliol-ltii.
aHaflsmlj
PROMINENT ADVANTAGES s
THE NEW LOW RESERTOTJt "STAHTAD"
Si
WaT"ivSiuw
XIXsBBlLJ
Great Durability with Handsome
SATISFACTION Everywhere.
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Oomp
aw, 814, 616 and 618 N, MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND BOLD KXOI.U8nm.T BT
s-it-2,C' W' HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
S'OMHIKSIION MftRCIIANTI.
JOHN B. PHIIXIS
AND SON
(Succe.vora to Johu II. 1'hlllla)
FORWARDING
AD
Commission Merchants
And Dealera In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
VEIL, BXAK, U.
Agtats for LAFLIH XAHO 70WDKX 00
:Coraar Teath Street and Okie
liaTea.
P. CUHL,
KxrliMlte
Flour Merchant
Millers' Agent.
No SO Ohio Iam-,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
7-16-ir.
K. J. Ayre. 8. I). Ayrea.
ATRES Se. CO.,
TLOTJH,
And general
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
L. D. THOMS,
Commission Merchant,
And dealer lu
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
Foreign and Someatlo Fruits and Nut
114 COMatKHCIAL AVEXUS.
S-Ctf.
I.VSHrH.l.M'K.
C. N. HUGHES,
General
Insurance Agent.
OFFICZi
OXXXO XjBVJBX,
Over Mathuss TJhVi.
NONK but Flnt-Claii Couiaulcs repre
aeuteil.
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1858.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
(lelllrul
Insurance Agents
73 OHIO LEVEE
City Mational Bask Building, up-stairs.
The OldtEtabllri0d Aaanoy In Bout
ta Illinola, roproaentinir ovar
105 OOO 000
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AXU
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Satwaan Waahlna-ton lad Commercial
Avenues, adjoining Xanny'a.
KKEl'S for sale the beat Dccf, l'ork. Mutton
Veal, Lanib, Sausage, ao.. and U pre
tiarwl U re famlllea In w awilalile manner
tSTQreat Medical Book
andrterjvt furlavlleaaud CeuU, rnt live for
W fflWfcATSKblOAl. IN8TITI1TK
lU-lV-dly lit. Joseph, Mo.
NO. 803.
ARE ECONOMY IN PRICE,
SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION.
nilirit Aun iifcjirnau
" WIVII W 1 1 IVI
Designs, and Giving PERFECT
RKAI. ESTATt AUKMT.
JOHN a. HARMAN & CO
Real Estate
JlKD
HOUSE A.G-B3STTS
COLLECTORS.
30KV2TAKCM8, H0TARIM PV1UC
Land As-enU of the Illinois Central and
j)uriwirion mjxa Humcy js. js,
Oompanle.
Nartk Cor. Sixth ud Ohio Larva.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
i. ii. LVTicn. m. i. unwur.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
AND
Sous aAbgents,
oileotors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE-At the Court House.
PARKER & AXLEY,
QENEBAL
Auctioneers.
House&RealEstate
C3'!'llclal attention given to Collection of
lteuts and Mile, of Iteul Kalate.pl
STOREROOM 100 Commercial
Avenue, Cairo, Illinois,
ii-n-ir.
VAKIKTY NTSIHI
Wew-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RKTA1L,
XjarKent
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Qooda Sold Very Close.
Corner iota St. Mil Oommarolal Av
CAIK0. IZLIX0II
C. O. PATIER & CO.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealer in
LUMBER,
"All kind hard ami son,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, too.
Mill and Yard,
Earner Thirty-Fourth Street and
Ohio Loveo.
PHONOCRAPHIO
ZZsTeB'X'JLI" U 'i'lEJ.
Corner Washington Av. and 14th Street,
CAIRO, ILL.
OPEN EROM B TO 0 P.M. DAILY.
p'-i-tf
JAMI K. UKK, l, WA1IU.
XiAXTl! & WARD,
Dvulera In
TlivUt in Ihf iiwrki't. Also nit IMi of
turn iuui
SAWED AND SPUT WOOD.
Orders Dolivorod to any part
of the City Tromptly.
Leave Orders at Crystal Saloon,
or at tho Company's Oftlco, nt Nar
row Gaugo Depot.
TERMS Nett Cash on Delivery
of Ooodu.
JAMES K.LANE.
Secretary
ii-4i.ini.
VKESORIPTION FREE.
FOU the (peedj cure of Seminal Weakness.
Loal Manhood anil all dUordera roughi
on by IndUcrvtlon or exree. Any Druggist
baa tue IngmiUiBbi, . ... . ,
Addr., Dr SC. IHt'ipM A C.
-.dr-ls Cinelnaatl, (I
4T I ( ' l
GRAND" n
-TO-
ITew Orleans
ft
Via MOBILE.
A Obaa Trlsi rtr aTerk1r. A
princely trip totbe say aad Drstlvcl'mcMtClti.
to the Oraiigo and Magaetia (Ira? ofonrlaK
ami beauteous Sunny Soulb, and tb fntfraa
land nflnv. Pntrr anri flnwAra.BM aa ahla.
the most delightful, auapiciooa aad atUaetlT
bw,u u, me . km ( warn n,F uuiaaa, uhi
gueen City and Metrenoll of th Seola, aad M
nrldcnflla Monlr. it fa at lla iMllhnr Ufa. bnal.
nrs awl beauty, and clothed in all it Trotdal
morjnX.pltidor. - - . ,
OaTrtaay. ninaahn 17, UX.atl aas.. a
.-'txclil train with ample aad villi 11 a J
coininolatlona, In cverr mtxet. laetaalaf FM
man I'alac rtleepinf Coaetae. a4 algaal
and well kept llefreahment Coach, will !
Columbna, Ky.,onlh Mobil a Ohio retire,
an.l run through to New Orleans, making la
connection at Mobile with the New Orleans and
Mobile railroad, one of theflneat roads a the
United State, running fro in Mobile lo New Or
leans orcr one of the rnoat beantlnil, rare, ro
mantic ami attractive sectloas nt th ceanrry,
that tho ) tr em lieheld, living almost a cont ta
unt uithway of rose, wild flower aadeitr
greens, iierflimed by the rich and rr rracraaa
of the Oraotfeand Slaxuollalirotea that lliaea
tiguoua to the line of road on either ai.U.al
moat all the way from Mobile to .New Orlasaa.
In short it would require the pen nran lapird
writer, or rait forth the Ian rim or a Mit aaeh
as was uteil by Ovid in hla beautiful rlaacriptloa
oftheO'nlUen A gat paint the tlctiirer.lo Jua-
iicein me ueacriuuoa oi ini. lore. saner our
rip: ami orer I Ills w-ehate a .la) light ran,
ravins- Mobil about S:.1J returdar mornlnr.
and arriving in ew Orlesins about up, m of lb
same iluy.
FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP:
TO K KW Om.EANS AVD IIETUUN.
From Columbiii, Ky . , and between llure
lMl.lt aad Columbua - 12 "6
from Humlxilt ami between Corlath aad
lliimlM.lt II n
From l.'orlntli and between Arteala and
Corinth. ... .... .. .... ik uu
ruin Arteiia and between Meridian and
Artealii t ot
From Merldiaa - 00
IO MOUIIJ; AN'H RETUKK.
From Columbus, Ky., an.l Iwtween llura-
doiui anil ionimDiia v
Fioni IliimUildtnud between Corinth and
lliillilml.lt. Ml
From Corinth and bet men ArtMl and
torlntn ...... , v
From Artrtin and btweu Meridian and
ArteMu -
From Meridian ..
(SI
Children Vmler IVelce Tear, Half Prtee.
Under Four Tear, Free.
Tli-Vela wilt ! on aaleat all thenrinclnal SOI-
lloasonthe Mobile a Ohio railroad, hlwa
Meridian, Mis. , Columbna, K., alaoat Cairo,
. 1 . - ...I 1t.lv .illi.r (i.X. n. 1,1 HflUIMm A .
aleof tleketn will roinmenc Percmbtr ltr
mill LIIHUUMC S "T""J"
th morning o the 17th, and ixoinodtWma
will lr Mitfla for inir"nniwbr ttiat may he pur
chased. Tlckrts will begooilon apeciai irain. uecem
Per 17. iKl reliirnleg on any train or date Sn
ii number il.t. incluair. thu.1 atlow evrry
one to return at pleaaure, and compelling r.o eae
to remain longer ttan ihey wish.
ExriimlonUt relumlnff froni New Orleans are
allowed to atoporerut Jieloxi, Day M. Ixnila.
I'axs Chrlstlnu, Ocean Hprlnga, 1'aacagnuia, and
other deliglitlul and Kirular watering plaoaa
ipiuivji.j iThort auuaiiM on me iiay aau uuu
.ot,Ml nlong the line nf railroad from Xew
Orlenli. lu Mobile.
.Si ll airangenivnla have Wn mad w Ilk
the trv beot hotel In New Orliani und Mobil
to hoard l'.xcuialoiiit at greatly rednced rat.
while in the cities. .rmngeriinia ner aaao
lieen made with all th leaiflug I be Ire, opera
limir-, oiiinlbiit und liaaan-r lluea, pleaaai
tiaiurr, et., ut Kreally leduceil ratei, OrtUe
lieuelltof IhU F-curaiiH alma eoiiibiuiug ecwli
omy with plcrt.uiT throughout the entire tup.
This la a rare opportunity for nnsluek Mea
well a thou in arareh of ilraaiira. and a tripi la
which huatueas aud idenMiie can be eollv aad
i.lminilv rnii.lilnnl Tie altentlen of th I-
illea In particular, ia also din-cleil to thle aa It I
lettnlnly the moat eharmlng andatlraellTetilp
lor ineiu inai naa ercr jei oven uiw
Parile designing to mak the trip ai reuneal
e.1 to buy their tickets at the earllei-t pniaibui
ihiv. and aa an inducement i er i-at.alooiul
will Ue made on all purchase made liefore the
U of December.
XtOTTCTX rz.x3
To TEZL AS
AND-
RETURN
$20.00 TO .$24.00
ForlhvlieiivlHoftho.e wiahiiig to extent thu
triplo Texas, an armnoment haa been mu.tv
wilh Moruiin'a railroad and magniiicaiit Una uf
t U a n.. ... ... j.uwv.. ..--(I j nf.hl. Kw,l.
.'mil nirainri.i ,N.i. . . w. v...
slou I'romNewOrleana to (lalta.tonaud return
lor (l'4 on, Including meals mm ataie rooma on
board the itcamere (for a number not lex than
! ) Any uuiiilwr lea than 1 wtllbl (Si.
ArruiiKtinenta will bemad with other rail
romla for ifilu.vl fare, connecting with the Kx-
citralonon thai day, ulfowilli the ateiiner con
nccting at L'olumlui,
For furtbar information addraaa
U. L. COLLINS, Troaevant, Tbil;
Qonoral Mauagerof Xxoursion, or
E. A COLLINS, Milan, Tenn.
THE GRAND GOLD EN DRAW
ING AND GRAND FRON NADS'
CONCERT wiIjIa COME Ol?
DURING OUR VISIT TO THE
ORESCENT CITY.
Tickets fir sale toy ' '
JOHN B. JONEF, T.
I. C S. B. Dpvt, Calr, 1U., -
A ik l by llullmad Agent, at ViMvaneJ.'Caeial,
Ml, l armeUndUrayvllle. illt4'
ol .'t. at
S.J-Uefrealmunl ( it on, Kxuiswsii, ,) W
Wit.ipuly;!!,. I., rplllMfraw,',
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