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K. C.
XATHUSS ic UHL,
FOR WARDING
Ami General
Commission Merchants
Dealers la
VLOUR, GRAIN. HAY AND
PRODUCE,
Shortest Rout
EAST!
CAIRO ft VINCENNES R. R
-T0-
VANSVILLE, LOUISVILLE
ud CINCINNATI.
Avoid Hireling' Car Kspenae.
TRAINS MCAVK UAIHO AT i:V, A. M
Baggac Handle Free.
IAMKS MHOS, Pai.tnger A-eiit.
At. II. dOOUItlCIf, tienrral l'.i-anK.r Af'i,
II. L. MOMUMi! (Mrnu ttiiOTlalfiittJif.iv
12-H).pir.
O'CAILAHAN ft HALL,
IRON, TIN
AMD
Slat Roofers,
Roofing and Outtoring a Specialty.
Slate Roofling a Specialty in
any part of Soutborn Illinois.
Lightning Rodi, Pumps, Stoves
and Tinware.
Jo Wats; Promptly Dn.
MILLINERY!
Mrs. M. SWAXDER
la now receiving a Urge and wU rl.:ted
luck of
FALL AND WINTER
MI L LI K EH 7.
At her nanJ on
EIGHTH STREET,
To which ahe Invite the attention of the ladle
til' Cairn aud vicinity In tliU Mock will lie
fouml nil the latent etleoritU, lkiuncU, Itlli
bom, I'lowem and nil Mlllltxry tioods, all of
fered ut tlie louest lltliur prices, tadie in
sarcli of tamlti ere earnestly nipuuleil to
irlie Mra. awander call l.Torc purciiaainK
eliewhire. Her stock of fancy goods and no
tional complete, uuil ah la Ottermliml nut tu
lie underaold by any body In the city,
ll-a-lf.
FALL!
WINTER!
Prices to suit tho Times.
"Wholoflalo Figures, but No Crodit I
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Next Door
to Houpt's
Store,
Jwolry
EIGHTH STREET,
BETWEEN COmrERCTAL AND
WASHINQTOlf AVENUES.
HATS, nonntU. Flower,, HIMiomh,
Hllk. Velvets, Ties, Itildilhgn, Uirwts,
Kill Gloves, Hosiery, Worsteds.
Alio the ' Ladles' Iircss llcform'
OOXUWT,
Am! llthe new styles or trlmmlnft 8llks
IT. II n.i.l Wlntar
for
rt-Thee irootl will be sold at very low fl.
ry low flg-I-ll-aitF
tirci. for CASH bhi) CASH ONLY.
CHOICE PERIODICALS TOR 137C,
The Leonard Scott Pub. Co,,
41 BAS0LA7 ST. MEW YOEK
continue their authorittd Hrprlnts of the
EDINBUltQU HEVlKW-WhlK.
LONDON QUAHTKIILY KKVIKW-Con
servatlte.
WESTMINSTER HEVIEW-Llberal.
UHITISU (jUAHTEHLY KEVIE W-Evan
1'ellcul.
;ontalnltiB mattcrly crlttcUin ijml umm-
rle or nil thai U trenu ami vumuuiu in
Literature, Bvlenre, aud Art ; and
BLACKWOOD'!
EDINBURGH MAGAZINE.
The most iowerlul monthly in tho Eitellsb
Language, famous lor STOHIES, KsSAM),
sua 8KEICMKS,
OF THE HIGHEST LITERARY MERIT.
TK11S18 (Incliiuliiir Postage) :
Pybl Strictly In Aitwei.
Kor any one llevlaw, ' 4 00 pr annum
ror any two 1 txj
For any three ltevlewa, lo 00
For all four Ue vie wi, VI W i
Kor BlackwooJ'a Muga-
lne, . 4 00
For Maekwood aail one
lletlow, , 7 00
For HlaoVwood and two
Heviewa,
For Blaekwood and throe
Mevlewi, 13 00 "
For Blackwood aud tho
lour Bevlowc, 16 00
CLUBS. Mi , ,
A JUcount of twenty per cout. will he sl
lowed to club of four or moro peraona:
Thus : four copies ot Blackwood or of ouo
Review will he lent to one addreaa tot
$12 80, tour coplei of the four Kevlewi aud
BUckwoedior $48, aud io on.
Circular with further particular! may ho
WUPaARU8COTT PUBL'NO CO
el Barclay Street, Hew York.
Z, D ..Metarule.
VOL. 7.
I'OAf
Coal Coal
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
MT. GARBON(Big Muddy)
AXD
PEYTONA OANNEL
COAL!
Ordorfl for Coal by the oat-load,
rri nitifi tinoatiAafli attitMAMi
wmptlvatferiaoa"t6:" "
fiTTo larico consumers and all
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform ratos.
CAIBO CITY COAX COMPANY.
Efiiutllday Ilro ' nfflce, No 70 Ohio Jam.
tj-llairiday Hro.'a wharfboat.
ff-At KtcyiitUn Mills, or
tf-At the Cool Dump, foot of Thlrty-Klght
treat.
EJ-i'ost Office Drawer. 300.
I.lttUOR DKAI.KKK-
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
Foreign and Domestic
LIQUORS
WIXKN OF AM. KIIS.
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLS.
pt391tr. FlfYTIl A CO. have constantly
IVi a lurtp afirk nf the tivjt WfjAiU 111 the mar
ket, and Klveespeclal attention to I lie wholesale
rancu 01 me uuiineu
WHOIXNAI.f: 41HOCKIIK,
STRATTON ft BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
Ami
Commission Merchants
AOENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dealer in
BOAT STORES,!
Commission Merchant,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
Sl'KCIAL elttmllon Klven toconsiKiimema anu
fllllrut onlera.
PAINT AM) OILN.
B. F.
PARKER,
-Dealer In
t?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Paper. Window Glass, Win
aow aaaaoa, o,
Always on liauil. the celebrated illumlDatlnn
AURORA OIL.
l3rona' XlullciluCi
Corner Eleventh Street and WaahUiK
ton Avenue
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
r. o. zx-Lioi,
1'ioprietor,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER,
Bulletlu Bulldlntr. Cor. Twelfth Street
andwaehinirton Avenuo,
Cairo. Xlliaaoiav.
tfCouuly and Itallroad Work a Siwelally .
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker,
SIXTH STBEltfTi Betweon OITIO
LEVEE AND feoMMEBCIAL
AVENUE.
Manufaoturaa hla own Uorae Bhoeaiutd
can Aaeuro Good Work.
PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
O-'Mru
IP
omess, Sullatln. Slldlacr, Com.r "SPwalAla. IttMt am.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1875.
THE DYNAMITE DEVIL.
The Uonl loil il Rlcliinoiitl Nua.
wect Tbuinpaoii or HrlitK n former
kealdeni r Their lty-llow H
Nwlntlleil lnurniirintnirlc dud
ried.
Corrsitponileiit of the N Y. Herald,
HtciiMoNK, Di-c. lrt, 1S7". Tlifre ts a
xuxnicloii h'cru this nvciiltiir Hint the man,
William KImk Thompson, alius Thoma-
koii, or Mosul explo'lou notoriety, unu
one Henry Thomas, who recently carried
on huslue.s In this city, uru one and the
unic periion, and tliU U strengtlieneil by
the taut that thu liittcr-namcd Individual
was a sort of a chemist. Thomas came
here about June or July, 1874, lint rent
ing a hoiut! In a ?uut ban portion of the
city, but afterward, in the month of Oc
tober, the Mnc Ktoro on Main street, Ko.
1,407, where he p-'tubllahcd the. "Canton
Oil Color Work"" a trade-mark lo which
lie rmu iirtiiru, fiuu
ployed u number of girls to
put tit) his
colors in bottles, which
subseoiiently
turned out to be nothing more than col-
ored water, which he called
"ANILINE IVi:S."
Thes: bottle' ere beautifully labeled,
packed In hamlfome pasteboard boxes
and repacked In larger cases in the finest
style. Heelteetcd liisnrniiccon his stock,
which he claimed to be worth $:J0.000, in
four companies for $4,000 In each, pro-
duels invoices at thu time for $:o,ooo
wortli ofifoods purporllnir to have been
purchased by him. Nearly all of these
invoices afterward turnod out to be
forgeries, th! bill heads of which were
printed in this city. Auouiiue nour 01
11 o'clock in tho inorninjr of a day In
Anril last a tire broke out In thu very
room the "lrls were at work in. Owing
to the combustible nature of the material
and the quantity of inflammable matter
in the room, the Haines spread rapidly,
and. while the house was saved by
the fire department, Thomas' property
was partially destroyed. Two of the In
surance companies nettled with him, but
the others Investigated circumstances of
tlie lire anu suecceueu in sucurmg me in
formation which caucd Thomas to de
camp mysteriously, anu ne nas never
bleu heard of siuce. Ills Hock which
was eft here, so d for less than 200. but
a portion had bteu shipped to Cincinnati
on a fictitious 'name, and ,n portion to
Baltimore. That at Cincinnati was called
for, but that sent to Ualliinoje never
was claimed.
1XKCIIANT lOl: INIKIINAL CIIKMICAL4
Thomas has since been regarded here as
a swindler, anu as 11c caueu nun sen an
analytical and synthetical," aud had a
decided penchant for "doing" insurance
companies, the idea has struck several
people that he might possibly be the dy
namite iieud of thu Mocl. lie first
claimed to be an Kuglislimau, then a na
tive ot Frederick, Mu., hut could give no
good business reference in that State. lie
admitted that he Imd been In nearly every
city in the United States, with the excep
tion 01 (jiucinnau, nuicii laci ieti parties
lieie to belle vu ho had really come from
the latter city, but that he was prudent
enough to conceal it. He bad with him
while here a handsome young woman,
who HvmJ witn him n -wim, .?
boy that many believed was Charley
Ko.-..
nnscniiTiON or the man.
This Hcurv Thomas looked to beabout
forlv-tiye years ot age, and was lour feet
nd live or six inches in lieignt, wiui a
ecided stoop at the shoulders. Ills eyes
were uiacK, 11111 ne nan a lunnu .11111 nei-
ouslook. His complexion vu some
what dark and einutty. his bcaid lull, but
igged and shaggy ; his head haul at tnu
top. and his whole appearance was gen-
irally slouchy and squalid. 111 me opin
ion of thu few who knew him here, lie
was just the sort ot man to uo anyining
ilwsi.erate lor the numose of malting
money, and the remarkablu similarity In
Hie ptlUllsllCtl report 01 lira cuamvin vii
u.v Krpiuuniavcii unu iuui ui
man wno was uere, si.. , juury tlie
belief that they may have ueeii
and thu same person.
Dr. I'iercr.
Kiom the Toledo Illaile.l
"Success Is never achieved without
merit. A man may make u poor nrlicio
mid sell It at once, and there being 4U,-
000,000 people lu thu I'liltcd States, the
sale to cacn onu womu ue euouu 10
make a decent fortune, nut au aruciu
that holds thu Held year alter 'year, and
the sales of which Increase regularly ami
rapidly, must have absolute mem.
Dr. It. V. I'lercc.Ol IHinaiu, - . i., ui;-
cupies our entire eighth pac to-day witn
Ills various articles. c auinii 11, ueumi-o
we know thu doctor, and know ot ins nr-
iinii.j. V. know him to be u regularly
educated physician, whoso diploma hangs
on the wall of his olllce, niul .we know-
that ho has associateu witn mm several
of the inostcmluent practitioners lu the
country. Wo know that parties consult
nun uy man anu in persun. uum u in
States lu tho Union every day, and that
tiiov nra fairly and honestly dealt with.
This grand result has been accom
plished by two agencies good, tellable
articles articles which, once Introduced,
work easily their own way and splen
did buslne-s management. They have
succeeded because they ought to have
succeeded."
If run would iiali'lonlu mcdleliics.
scientifically prepared by a skilled phy-
xlclau and cnemist, use ur. ricrcc s
Family Medicines. Coldeu Medical Dis
covery Is nutritious, tonic, alterative,
aud blood-cleanning, aud au uncqualed
cough remedy ; I'leasant Purgnllvc l'el-
lets, scarcely larger man nmsiaru seen,
coiKtltutu an agreeablu and reUatuu yty.
slu ; Favorite Prescription, a remedy tor
debilitated females ; Kxtruct-of Smart
tVeed, a magical remedy lor pain, bowel
.mrl mi uneniialed lllllincilt
fin- iinth liumaii and horsc-llush ; while
iiu ir shunt1 Catarrh Itemed v is known
tlio world over as inegreaicsi nprianu iw
catarrli and "cold
hi tho head" ever
given to thu public,
They are sold by
nvHsrv YKAits a st'i run ctntmi nv
tiii: (ioi.nr.N .mudicai. ihscivkuy.
Dii, It. V. I'ikuck I
Dear Sir: Twenty years njjo i was
fihlnwicckctl ou thu Atlantic ocean, mid
thu cold and exposure caii'ed n largi1 ab
cc.s to form on each loir, which kept con
tlunally illicharjrliii.'. I vns nttended by
.in,.iAr. iii i.tvurnoiil. Havre. New Ur-
lcann, New York, and at thu hospital on 1
Htuten Island (where thu doctors wanted ,
to tako oneh'firorV). Finally, after spend-,
Injf hundreds oftlollars, I was nersuaded
to try vottr "Qoldi n Medical Discovery," i
aud tioV, In less than thteu months after
tnkliiir the llrst bottle, I am tbankful to
say I um completely cured, und lor the
llrst titno lu ten years enn put my left
heel to the ground. I am at home nearly
every evening aud shall be glad to satisfy
nny person or thu truth of (his 'Informa
tion. I um, sir. yours rcp'clfully,
William Kviikk,
87 .lellerfon Street, HuDalo, X. V.
12-'J2-da-lw
LEO KLEB
Ha. prncineil the seTlfM of one uf Ihe most
ucconiplMieil
CONFECTIONERS
In the t'nllol
Stnteii. mid i
mnil.li
irciaieil In
GOODS
In Ills line that cannot be etrelled by any
Uenler an) where.
All Kind of S'audlcN. OriiHinetilcd
Cnndlraol nuy earrlpllon. tic.
I2-U-.IIW.
f.. I). Akik, Cairo
II. K
Akin, CliUajfri
Zi. s
4 Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
103 Commercial Avenue, - - - CAIKO, ILLS.
tJThose fiivorlnir u with their patronage
will Mnl a complete linear fc-uo from nhlrli to
select, at IkiIIoim prices. M-U-vf ly.
JACOB WAI.TER,
BUTCHER
AD
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Between Waahlna-toc ud Oommerclai
Avenues, adjoining- fCajuiy'a.
KEEPS for ial the beat Bf, Pork, Mutton
Veal, Lamb, Sausage, 4c.. anil It pre
prwl 1 t rumlllM In n rillil nniir
Lealle'a Ncwipnrierj ami Masmlncs, the oldest
eatabliiheil Illustrated 1'erlodlcaU in America.
They are no lint offered to canvanecrs, who
will, If they secure an ajency and exclusive ter
ritory. le enabled to introduce ecviuti-eu flrt
class IlliHlratiil I'crlodlcrls, snlteil to as many
distinct tastesor uuU, aud, with tlie choice
froniclslit new aad beautlrul chromos, gUen
free of cists lo each annual aubsc ."Jer, Ije en
abled te secure one ur more ,Vscriutions lu
every family In their district. To skillful cau-
TUisers this will sacurc permanent employment,
and the micwalt cacli year will be a source o
steady aud assured inveuur. S)eclmen lpers
and most liberal terms sent to all applicants who
uame the territory they desire to canvass. Ad
dress, Agency IeiarUneut, Frank Ledlle's
I'ulilMilnR House, M7 I'earl Street, New York.
U'-iu-uu.
5 BQWH WITH HARD
. a tti.i ssN VKl C an
am i
anil to uo it, buy
where rou un
OA V i JXLjn J-J A wi,tte
cet your money'
a worth. The Great N. K.
Dollar aie.
3.1 llromtlelil -St.. I!ostoii. Mass.,
since 1ST J has sold goods to m.OUO patrons. It
otlera every variety of Dry. Fancy, and Staple
Quods, Ciiiicerles, Hooks, Cutlery, Glass Ware,
Ac, Ac, ut about half price, nnd sells everything
ot oniy one dollar.
First Hands. urers nnd llrst hands,
and can sell for $1 what country deaUrs ask i
tot-ifor. Thlslsnohumbug.no "tricks' or
lottery. !-ee our circulars, mid e the thoiiamls
ofurtfcleii offered at only $1. We are endorsed
by the best pa)eis of tlostou, and by llHi,HJU
Wins See ourclrculats.
a Pnnwl will sell you goods ut lss
C lAiian liny other house. We rend
bymallor express C. . I.,andlet yousee
goods beioie buying. We want agents every
where Nn risk, no capital needed.
rv110 p,nri4l',)r" a postul curds Send
VJJ.C VICllU,,,,,., for u 011r puiiers, cir
culars, and lists. We can aud do sell 2 arll
clles, i books, Ac, nil fur a single dollar.
Iteautlrul Itlngs, Plus, Dracelets, Sets, riiws.
Violins, Guitars, Castors, lu fact S'H) urtlclts all
utl. Send now, and save money. You can
rXXitOteHV ry. Address all orders to II,
ORMIslO, iwCrt s K, DOLl.AllSALE.aS
llromfleM ht , Hoslon, BMUIIUt,ts
ll-lj-Om.
"flflfin" MONtY FOIt Al.b. Only two
ilVlIU Dime.. Only two Dimes, "ft Isal
waya darkest before dar." Tu nr mulrr who
will send a'cenls to us. we aend one box ofi'viu
which we guarantee will put you III the way to
make $.iAin month, and not take half you time.
Suitable for men or women, boys or gills, ami
Is entirely new. Thousands can now secure
paying business, and constant income. This is
the "chance of a lifetime." and If you will not
embrace it tell your friends, for It is a fortune
for some worthy iteervlng iennn who needs n
helplughaml. Sot n recipe, Jewelry, Mother
huinbug.but a safe and sura guaranteed business
opportunity. Sample box, claculara, Ac, Ac,
urc neat ut cost, "ii cents, only to intrduce it:
none free, and none need upplv iinlis they want
to make Jhi a year clear. Hundreds nre mak
ing that, ami v cenia anu j-.w win uow you
"how 'tlsdone." Address, IIUNTKU A CO.,
Hinidnle.X. H.
Sheriff Sale.
1SY vlrlnv unite eerlnln exiciilions to me ill
JDrectuI by the clerk of the circuit court of Al
exander county,
In the .Slate i. f Illinois, in favor
of Charles O. l'i
atler and William Wolf, firm of
O. O, Puller A Co. , and against .funics Carroll,
1 have levied upon the followiug described prop
erty, In the llrst addition lo the city of Cairo,
countv of Alexander and Mate of Illinois, to
wit: Lot niimU'iedouo (t) In block numbered
twenty-enrht (??), u the property of the said
James Carroll, which I shall oner ut public sale
nt the south-east doorof the courthouse In the
city of Culro, in the county of Alexander und
Mute of Illinois, mi the 31st day of Decemlier,
A. D. lg.i, ut eleeu o'clock, a in., of said day,
fur cash, to sa'lsfy said Kxeciitlon,
' AI.KX. II. 1UVIX,
Shcriir of Alexander County. Illluol
Cairo, UN . DivcuiU-r lo. lo'.'i. VJ-Ui-illd.
Administrator's
Notice.
Ijvr.VTH of Dvas T
l'aiker, dmiwril.
lAiTheuuilerslgnei
inmtstraiHi .
In he uuilerslgiuil Having neen uppoiiuen .Ml'
i iiiiiio iilen .Ml-
ininniraim 'vrr--T" i'X. l'aiker lull
'.t.J'aiker lute
ol'lhvcoiiiily of Aiexiinuerauii siate uniu
iliceasiMl, lieu ny sun nonce uiui no win up
pear buloie I ho county com t of Alexander coun
ty.nt lliocomt hiiuse In the city of Calm, Illi
nois, at tho.lunuary leim, on I lie third Monday
in January next, ut which lime all persons hur
ing claims iigulnst Mild eslato urc notineilnnd
reiiueeled lo intend forthe purpou ofliavlng the
same adjusted. All pcioous Indcbled tusuld es
lata are i"iiesled lo nuke immediate payment
to thu undersigned. ... , ,
Datid this tlrd d.iv of December, A. D.1S75.
ItOllCUT II. CUNNINGHAM,
U-:l-ih1w. Adinlnislrator.
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The Great Family Paacr of America, the oisly
paper exiting every awlndler, ipiack und hum
bug, and saving millions to the public, Is now
ready for the Centennial campaign, and Iomwj
more delighted subscribers
THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER) iV.
eight puge. 40-coIumn paper, LeUger size, over-
iiuniuK wiui manning nioncs, lines, sketches,
l'oetry, Nit, Humor and Fun. It gives all new
Kec Ipts. HlghU, .-ecrets. Arts. Ac, Ac; has n
Children's iJcpartmeut, vMedicAl Department,
i;u2iler's Corner, etc., etc., and Is a perlect
t amlly Paper.
Slimhllrra " siwclalty is tocxpose everv
T7.7 l'nHii' yuck' "windier, and
"Heat,'' Mery number bus live columns of
truthful, reliable statements. No sawdust, lot
tery gin, bond, or "put aud call" game can
eer "catch" you If yon read this great paper.
It exposes all swindlers without fear or favor,
and gives a list or over loou, with names and
"games."
It ClflfttR "'it 7S ceuts a year, nnd It Is sent
Xb VUBIB pr,,!,! ,Verywhere. It Is Just the
paper for every home, Southern r Northern. It
is not political, religious or sectarian. It waves
for nil. Started In ltti, It has gone on ror 1J
years, and Is read by loo.oou people . You want
it aud will have it some time Why not now I
Elegant ChromoB.w,!iJnf11l'7'
Chromes, (worth SI rnrh 1 aim IIYll Inpliri
Unely mounted, aud we offer nny four of these
nu mm iiAssw a wuoicyear, an irec, ror i.
iicsvaii- Kciiiune enrolling, auiuiuic lorauy jiur
lor. W other tiremlums offered.
A T.nof Wnrrl Header, remeialwr. ISTtl Is
ft.rV.?.t .V..ru,our country's centejinbil
olic, wide awake painr, one that is for right
anil against wrong: one that knows no party,
no north, south, east or wc.it: lata iuiint in
tended for ei erv reader, one trait saves money
to Its renders byexposlng the "tricksand traps '
or swlndleiionij'and now Is the time. You have
put It off too long. -enil to-uay. Now is the ac
cented time.
Baa Only 7S rent secures this grnit paper
"aw ww. a j ear. with rourcnavmingcinomos,
only SI. A numbers sent (or 15 cents. .pecl
mens (lOfl.OKI leadv) sent five to nil. Send I'm
it now Costs nathingt i see It, send to-day to
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Times"-"The heist. elinp'i, niul
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tsaad Agent of the Illtnola Central and
Burlington smd Qulncy K. B.
Comssuilue,
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levoe,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
I. (I. LYNCH.
H. J. IIOWLEY.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
WTFIATs E3STj3l.TJD
AMD
Houaa Agonte,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE A r-t tr.
PARKER & AXLEY,
QHNEItAL
Auctioneers,
House&RealEstate
AGBWT8.
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STORE BOOM 100 Commercial
Avonuo, Cairo, Illinois,
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VAIIIKTY STKi:.
We w-York Store
WUOLESAIE AIID IlETAIL.
XaOXTsSOtSt
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Qoods Sold Vory Closo.
Corner 10th St. and Commoroiul Av
CAIBO. ILLINOIS
C. O. PATIER & CO.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealer in
LTTIMIBElie,,
TAll kinds hard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &o
Mill and Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Strco. and
Ohio Lovoo.
lAMKh K. LINK.
Xift.XTJB eft WARD,
-Ilealeis In
Bin Muddy (Murtiy:c:rc Ceil.
The best lu the market. AUo all kinds of
four foot
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD.
Ordors Dolivorod to any part
of tho City Promptly.
Lcavo Crdors at Crystal Saloon,
or at tho Company's OfUco, at Nar
row Gaugo Depot.
TERMS Nott Cash on Dolivory
of Goods.
JAMES K. LANK.
KI&W.SXJDEH,
Watetamaksn
ssMtn
JEWELERS.
'I he Oldest and most Itcllable houo in Southern
Illinois.
LID AY TKXSENT3
Ill cvn varlelv. nt astonlshlnirlv- low nVuras.
suitable lo the times. Call and examine their
stock.
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(Successors to John II. 1'hlltls)
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Commission Merchants
And Dealers In
HAY, CORN, OATS. PLOUB.
MEAL, BEAU, ,te.
Agents for LAFIIX BAKD NWDU 00
rOomor Tenth Street and Ohio
Ziovaa.
P. CUHL,
Exclusive
Flour Mercliant
Millers' Agent.
No W Ohio iAivec,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
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K. J, Ayn'S,
S. V. Ay res
AYBDS fc CO.,
TT,,OTm
And acnvral
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Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
L. D. THOMS,
Commission Merchant.
BHOKBR
And iHler In
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
Foreign and Domeatlc Fruita and Nut
J4 COMMMRCIAL AVMlfUX.
s-cir.
IXNVItANt'E.
C. N. HUGHES.
General
Insurance Agent.
OFFICE:
oxxzo Xinvax,
Over Mathuis Unl'i.
NONE but
rented
first-Class Companies repfe
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1858.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND C ANDES,
tieneral
Insurance Agents
73 OHIO LEVM.
XH K-iial Sak Building, up-etalrs.
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rn Illinois, repreeentlntr ovnr
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DANIEL LAHPERT,
Fashionable Barber
-Attn
XXaVXfl.
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STUEEl
Between Waahinuton and COBtaaeiolal
Avenue.
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iU, D, for HollliUr
roods. tiTtin-s ei
Itore, irt MaillsoD 81,
ChlcAKo. Send ror descriptive lists.
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