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THE
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL, - - $100,080
. . .. orririm,
m. i,..'AU.'"'AV I'nul'tMit.
,lv AV, Vi. I'rr.t
. ' ATOll, l'i.,l,r
W AM KH II VM.OP, As.'t Uathhr.
MIIKCTUM
II. I.. iIaliihat, w. I. 11 iLiiiAv
A II. ,Sah(jui
Exchange, Coin and United Statos
""""j uuugui una ooia.
Enterprise Saving
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1S09
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
nrrwtm
. SAKroun. itmi.Ii tit
"h1,f.A VI.Oi:, Vice ITnMtot
in.iLOI1, h.-c'mn.l 'lrturer
i. ., MKcTui:
V, Iu,LAri Oauoium,
It. II CCSNJ.KIIUK. II I IU.iI.AV,
J. M I'lIILUl',.
T STMIKSiT inl.l on leis,t At the rat rjr 3
J. IKr wiit i-ranuuiii. ilarth Nt au.I sM,i,m
I ulely to the princit of tl .!,IK,ltj, thrnby
Harried Women and Children may
Doponit Money and no ono
oIbo can draw it.
."'.P, '"''""'lay fromln m. to 1 p m
W. HYSI.OP. Tre.urir.
v.iitiirrr sroiti:.
OyTew-lfork Btorc
WHOLESALE AND RETAII..
VARIETY STOCK
IN TIIK CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. and Communml Av
CAIKO. ILLINOIS
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
va(;o..n.
The Gamble Vao'on
MAKUPACTUItKI) IlV
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
rHBE6T and CHEAPEST WiflON MAN
UFACTURED1
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Stroct
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker,
SIXTH STREET, Rotwcon OHIO
I JLEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
AVENUE.
Manufactures hlH own Horso Shoec and
can Ausuro Good Work.
PATRONAGE SOLICITED
J
1
CAIRO CITST 3INDERY,
f O. Xluolfs,
i'rolirlctiir,
HINDER AND BLANK BOOR
MANUFACTURER,
Dulletlll Bulldini', Cor. Twulrth Street
uud WaahinKtou Avenue,
Odiro, XlliiioiM
lC-County mid lUUrond V..rk u Siiecialtv
VOL. 8.
I'lllrSMIIA.NK. "
YyiM.tAM 11. SMITH, 14. u.
IIKHIHK.VCK. N,i "i 'ii.i,...... i..
twwil Washington avenue and Waluulstnt.
wnct: Nuttii hi.iu or imkIiiii n-t u-
iwini Uirnmcrrliil un.l Wiulilnxtoii ati'iuir.
c.w-dunnin
W. DUNNING, Iff. D.
Itl'SIIlKNCI'
CorniT Ninth and Walnti
OITICK: Corner .Sltlitir land Ohio It.
omci: IIOUUSi From a.m. Hm., and
mini 10 n p.m.
i.avyi:iin.
john h. mulkky,
Attorney at Law.
CAIKO, ILLINOIS
1
Jw""linloii areniw aryt Walnut st
iu:.vtisthv.
Dn'n' CAN"2.
DENTIST.
OKHCK AND KKSIIirvfr. ri..i..i.
IkIkmii Warhlnxi-u aiW .,mni.rrial Arnue.
wlf ( WHO, II.LM.
ItKAI.KSTATi: Ali:.T.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
Real Estate
AKD
HTOXJSE A.GMEJ2STTS
COLLECTORS,
:ONVEYANCKB, NOTABIES PUBLIC
AND
Land Airnnta of tho Illinois Contra! and
uuhuikwh ana wuiccy H, It.
North Cop. Siatli and Ohio Levae,
UA.IKO. ILLINOIS.
i.Kiroit nt:Ai.:it.H-
R. SMYTH & Co7
WholtwJe an.1 rtiill I(Ir8 in
roi'oign and Domostio
LIQXJOHS
Am
WIXK.S OF AMi KI.MIS,
No. 60 Ohio Levoe,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MKS.SU SMYTH A CO. luire con.Untly
1 . a law tk of tbe beat kikU In ILenuir
.if1 "u'l'''P-lal attention toihe utioUaaU
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
IRON, TIN
AND
Isla't Roofers,
KTlSr., ILL.
Ro oilng and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
uuy jjuri 01 aoumcrn
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stoves
UUU A 11-1 W U1U,
Jobbing Promptly Done,
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
Is liit' til-mid old
MUSTANG
LINIMENT,
Which has stood tho tost of 40
x cars.
fnlLl01!? lt YiiU PS1 Hoal
no Lameness it willnot Cnrn.nn
Ache, no Pain, that Afflinta
man body, or tho bodv ofallorsri
body ofanorso
io animal, that
its magio touch,
25p., 50o. orbl
1?
aooH not yiold to
A bottln nnqfintr
ww. ...... Muw(f ('WW ui v u
hnsofton Baved tholifoof a Iluman
iiuiug. ana itostorea to .biro and
Usefulness Many tv Valuable
Horso.
lo-eiil-ilAw-ly.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
Ami
Dealer m Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET.
Between Washington and Commercial
Avenues, adlnimni. .,... "
1 - rt -.a,... y n t
KEKl'S for aide tlmbest llwf, Poik, Million
Veal, Umli, .Sausage, Ac. and Is mo
l.rui.1 If i-rvi. I'.iiillli". In .in iuvimiIhIiIh iiiiimiiit
I.. D. Alflit, Calm. U.K. Akim Chlejgi,
L. D. Akin eft Co.,
Dealers In
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
105 Commercial Avenue, . - . CAIBO, ILLS.
wnfn.. i'" fvrlnir in with tlulr patronage
Omc. ttU.tla, alAlg, C:,rx..r "T-lftK otx..t
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY,
SHUT IN A MINE.
Workmon in tho Mnnzanita Minos
ELmU11 a Oavini; bonk
Their Final Rescue.
'
i
(Lvinl ... , ,.,... .
.,.. , . '
A ravo ocoiire I In the Mannnlta mine,
four mo., working In the .Irift-ono Mhllc
.. and one mZ. IV:
Irom the -two otben, who were drlf tlnK.
The tunnel a eighty f.ict lonjf, with
dritti running alright anglen rrom the end,
distance offorty-Mx feet on one Mc and
forty-clght on tho other. The whlto man,
wlio-e name li (icorgo llrad.haw, wa
workinginonnnfthc drift mid a China
man In the other. The carman came out
of the tunnel with a load and one of the
Chlneo for powder about the time tho
cavo occured anil ran away Irom the danger
...luii n,e, ,aw tnc rt-afa ol dirt coming,
hut 0 cour.c the men infldc wire closed in.
A large ma ol dirt mixed with great
bowlder, ol jilne-clay covered tho ground
In front of the tunnel, and the foreman at
once turned on both nozlc and set lifteen
hundred inch ol water at work washing
the same off. Thl, was continued without
Interriiiitlcn until about K) o'clock voter
day morning, w ben the rail- of the track nf
the tunnel wero founj. The water win
then turned oit'and mentct at work fink
ing a nhafl through the caved maM to tap
tne tunnel. A large gang wero present lo
-hi ami prepare timbciH for-afetv, and by
diligent work about 1 o'clock r. m. they
reached the tunnel and found tho men all
right and ready to be holucd up through
the hole and to the Mirface. ltwa a nar
row ocapc. The air Mra bad and :i candle
would not burn for hours before the rescue
... iU-VJUU.
The water In the tunnel was getting to bo
about up to the top of the men's boots and
I... . .1 . .. . .
that cau-ed them more fear
tuan anyth ng
v. f.i-htened
elc. Ilrid-baw laid he was frl'ditencil
I from no other cnue than fear that the
water mljfht rle h!gb enough to thut of
nlr entirely. Ho felt rontident the men
would dig blm out, and they did. Hun
dreds ofpcople from town viritcd the place
and a general relief wai felt when the news
of the afaty of the two men was brought
Jo town.
The Proposed Inland Sea in Algeria.
(I'rom the Urooklyn L'nlon )
la tba I'llocene period, according to Sir
Charlt". I.ycll, the great African Sahara
was under water between latitudes 20 and
SO degrees north, eo that the i-outheastcrn
part or the .Mediterranean communicated
Willi that porliou ol the Atlantic
now bounded by the west coast of
Africa, a lact oiilencc not only by tbe
presence of marlno shells and other ro
mains, but by the radical dlllcrcucc be.
tween tho fauna and llora north and south
ot it. There are two nrlnclnal denre,slon
in tbe s.ibira, a basin in the Sabcl, north of
the Middle -Niger, covering li'l.nW fqujire
mue, and another In the Algerian Sahara.
It Is argued by liouild .Mackenzie,
a JlrltMi lOi'lueer, that a lung valley
extends from its northwest cornor to the
Atlautic coat oppo-ito the Canary Islands,
and that It U only necessary to cut away
the accumulated sands at It's inuiith, which
on the map is the river Helta, to let In the
waters and Hood tho entire basin.
There is -'.ill another scheme. Thi-m U
a depression at the foot of tho Aure 3Ioun
tains, a spur of tho Atlas chain, partly In
tbn firnvlnpn nf I'niuMnil.in il..-.t. 1
partly iuTunl. which h-M n drdii. ,,r
about ihirty.sex en mile. Within it. limit.
110 kvera connected mw.n.u . t
ubkas by tho Arabs, which signifies a sal.
Ine marsh. Tho dcpreislon Is said to mark
the lte of Lake Trltonls, mentioned by
Herodotus, l'ouonltisaud Ptolemy, .lason
in thu Argo was driven acro It. Awnnl.
'ng to Scylax, the region around It, occu
plod by tho Libyans, was magnllli-ent and
fertile, and abiiiindliiL' In ilmi cattle. Non-
all Is ibalnged by the drying up ol tho sea.
, "
wa open at tho tlmo of the -Mussulman
iut!.rausnaeatral!tlonthat this lake
conquest
In ISM (.'iptain Houdaire, a French staff,
oflleer. proved by a scries of lovcllngs that
the western extremity was nearly eighty
nine feet below tho level of the sea, and to
fln.l I. f.n . . ....... .. I - - .1 .
bM0 10 1111 "" PSMvatlon of cloven miles to
..... .
lUK """- ovnporaiiou
" , " ',' -w.m0 mUU
ho kept open, the construction of which
would co,t about f t.ooo.DOO. Ontbo con-
trsry, M. l'uchs a French geologist, cm.
..loved hv tho novernment of rues. In
o"i 'je yieat, a caimi 100 foet wido couU
,
1R7I t.i lliv.l firntn 11... m ii.ir.il ...nrn,,..
.v. .... ..u ......... ... .vi.fi.iiin
of the country, asserts that a range of land-
stoiiohlllj lies between It and IIiii sea. At
all events the idea will leixl to a thorou-h
1 1 m... c.i. "...
i.iiui .mull ui iiiu .-mourn, ami science win
gain greatly by It.
Tho Story of Hainblotonian.
(New VoiL Sun,)
Tho following statement In regard to iho
great stallion l Irom a recnllcutloii of a con
U'r,atlon with tho late .Iiulah ( urrle,
known years slncn as a jironiiuuiit broker ol
Wall street and a great hner ofhorses:
Nrarly thirty years ago the lato Mr.
Hysilyk eanio Into po.csslon of a small iarm
near uieitor Ullage, Orange county. It
... H..-.I.I J u nuni-oui iarm, nan neiongod
lo minor heirs, ami could not bu sold until
said hcln attained mojoilty. It hal been
lei out, and. as usual In suel. case., eklnned
Ku7. onhoes and .mpro.nS'lS
gono to decay, until at last, when tho
Iltlin I'limn fur if j Hlttn.i1 It
ihmi'"iii . "ii j,iiHi' I
li initititjtd if ..... o
With all ho i-ouUl rako toirethor
'aavvai , j a 14 J naB IUUI ) V I
ho bought
tlio (arm, making tbe llrst payment ami S
triuilngto e.ood luuuuo fer a turn In
i . tt.t. ii... . ii. .i i. . . .. . .
' . .. ' '1 luai no applied io tne
wto uai iot Rowe, freight captain on the
l!r iMMini. wbniMi.nl ti.i...ii.-,n...t... .i.i..
, selling thnprnditco of the f.iruir'rs of War.
J wK'k Valley, In know If ho, Cap, )owe,
would not apply lo some nf hi, friends win!
I kcjit l;ortp, ami cc If iluy would not
miner soiuu or weir n"k Willi him. Kowo
promNed to do 10, ami kt-jii hi, jircittti
Meeting .Mr. Currle the nbJcct wa. lot
tlitecil. -Mr, Currlo was the the owner
the celebrated f tallloti Cailus JJ, rlsy.
From Howe's representation,. Mr riit
wa Induced to llt Mr. Ilysdyk.il,. found
ttlA tttnifllan. In ....... I 1 1 1-.. I
1 "iuiiviiiuii iiixito nieii-
iiumjij, .iiiii Mcciudi ii nan not the ti (
lorhltn. 1
, ' U"'U " "C,W0,",1 'ot ,lkc ,0'"')-
nico colt. -Mr. Cnrrie dccllm-.l, as ho hail
, upon the urgent
, T , V?D of-Mr- " "lyk. nccom.
waaln the Held. Uurrle llkcil the colt, but
. "MI'IV II1U
inn not want hlin, and llysdyk eahl he
ihoul.l tako him to (lolien net wccW (or
utriu reioricu: 1 oil arc a
pretty man, to tako stallions to board, and
ppnii juciia coil ai mat:" Ity.Jyk pleaded
iocrij, aim i,nrnc maae n propoiftlou to
erect taoic and fend hit hors to llydyk
lurwinicnng; ino payment lor Itnprovi
melilt to ho made eauv to I!irfi- ri.
main point In the agreement wa that the
coiiiiiouiti remain a perfect hor'c. All
poinu 01 tno agreement were lllled to ib
loiter. How well that coll. Ilambletonl.m.
rcpai j Mt owner, na for years been a sub
Jcctor horte history. Howe.
llysdyk have passed away, and Hie colt ha
nan an iioi.crame mirial on the farm where
Currie III -t saw him.
I'oroim I'lailcrN.
Thirty years ayo tho Uiibher 1'orom
I la'ttrs Mipersnled nil other plaster,
mid tp a tlcgtvc, liniments mid oilier ex
Jcrnal remedioi. Since tlu-n It 1ms held
lu iiroiiiinenec, until recently, when the
old rubber compounil has been urcatly
linprovcil In Jtenson's Capcine I'orous
l'la'ter, in various wayn.
Klrat, lly co treating the rubber that
it Clin Li 114 mnrn ..l,.,.it-!,.,t,. V" 11
VIIJ,
Stconil. IJy tho addition of ciipclue a
powerful rtiinulant, which cai Ues t'l.
tltjtl.T tri n.t l,,....,i:.. 1. , "
1 --.-.j 111.111 luriu-
f "" " ' ' l""" ""ivii nmi n-auy
. lL f "S""' "'J'1 ""--lulness.
IM.'IKill" It III., lio.r r.. 1. I r '
cold-, rheumatism, lameness of thu back
and muscles, kidney complaint, etc.
llio manufacturers are plcaed to hear
that there Is a large class of conscientious
urugjrlsts, who, having Ikcoihu con
vlnceU of the frreat merit of Ilenjon's
Capcinu Plaster, unhesitatingly rccom
meiid it to the public. Of micIi aru K.
Oichcr, NowBrfc, X. .1.; Charles
Altliaui and M. M rvt- i.....i.
ii"' ... 11 5 bommiT, I.lnds '&
vuincy. ins.: itobert Towers,
niclimoud, a.: E..I. Harte. New Or
can, La.. Gulllck A- Horry, Tcrre Haute
iiiii., who say thu results irom the
saics 01 ni'iiKon s 1 mc llf. I'ln.l,. i.....
(lerre Jlaute) has convinced us that it
mar eu imur 10 cn nrv I'nrnns I'll.--
tir." anil W. 'I' Wnli, .1 .
. . '"" Jl'Wllf!llclU,
Mass.. who fays, "they seem to constltiitu
an ailvcrtisin medliini of thcmH'lvus
wiicii introuuccu. s?end me four irros
Ililtnoilliitnlv ' 0
The manufacturers aNo regret to learn
iliat ilru'i.st.s, In some Instances, nctiiiK
I retail prlco ol Hctison'a Capcine is the
same as ordinary I'orous I'lasters. the
cost to them is somewhat higher, have
Hum itUL-inii;ir- iiiniiv'i.' ns i imiri i !
uscu uicir iiiiiucuce to persuade ciiito
mors who ask for Henson's Capcine to
-.lusuiun: suiiiu ouicr article lor tiiein.
He sure you get Hen'oii's Cnndne
ami no other article for them. He sure
you get Hciisou'o- Capcine and 110 other.
I ItC. ... CUIUS.
Sealniry & .lohiiou. Pharmaceutical
Chemists. X. V. To bo obtained, lor
t)ycty-llve cent, of Harclay Ilros., Cairo,
TlinnkN
from tin. IIciHIih
of tho
Vki.i.i.n(iio.v, Lobu.v Co., 0.,1
August 21, 1871.
I,r' 1 "'n1 Buffalo, New Vork :
..'v?1 iit lour iiicilicincs. Uolueu
i 1. "'.O-U'l! C'alarrli
ti 1 j , tttjttfrvn vaunil
Kejicdy have proved of the greatest sci
. . ."" aix "IOIHI15 ago no one
u oiigiii mat 1 couiil possibly ve Ioiil'.
1 liailn COlmillpntlf.ii -,! ,11-. ...... o . ..r..i .
inanl cstlng itsclt hi eruptions and great
muiim-p uil my lieaU lliat IIKIUU SUCll
sores that 1 could not have my hair
combed without causing me much suiter-
, u.su lausui swollen giauus, toiisus
enlarged, enlarged or "thick neck," and
largo and numerous bolls. I also sintered
from a terrible chronic catarrh, and In fact
' a so uiseafcii mat lite was a burden
to me. I had tried many doctors with no
was so diseased that life was a burden
to me. I n.'iil trloilmn.li. M.i.i. ....
bencllt. I llnally procured oiie liulf dozen
uuiiiL-s ui j on,- uoiucu jieuioni uiscorer
and one dozen .Safe's Catarr
licmcdy and commenced their
use. At llrst I was badly ills
couraged, but alter taking four bottles of
the Discovery I began to Improve, and
when 1 had taken the remaining I was
well. 11 addition to the use of Discovery
I n milled :i snlutlnn ,.f iii,. in .i...
goiiio or tnick neck, as you advise in
pamphlet wrapping, and It entirely dis-
appeared. Your Discovery Is certainly
.,h" '"t wrmdcrliil blood medicine ever
! .Cl.1, " . 'j1!! 'i "0l ' .
n.-iiius ui my ncari, lor the "ivat
Ii'l,. .1 ' a"-'"'
fulfil ii, 11,1s none inc.
Very gratefully, Miw. Ij. Uiiawkk
-Most medlccncs which are adverll
n hlood nurlllcrs and llyer mcdlcli
coiiiameiti
contain either mercury, In some form, or
? . uml ,0I""U variously combined.
All of these agents have strong tendency
', hreak down tho blood corpuscles, anil
debilitate and otherwise permanently In
jure the human system, uml should tlicre
Imu he discarded. Dr. PlcrceV
I'Oldeu -Medical Discovery, on
the other hand, being composed
ol tlio lluid tixtraels of native plants,
barks mid roots, will in no case produce
InJury.ltH ellcets being slreugthcnlng and
curat lyo only. Sarsaparllla, which used
to enjoy qullon reputation as a blood
pui'lller, Is a remedy ot thh ly years ago,
llllil Uinv well rrlvn nlucona Ir li .1..1.... tX
the more posltVvo and valuable wMtnliio
i.r 1 i i V iw
aiicriiauves widen later medical Invest I-
,lo, and discovery has brought to light,
St','nJ'"1" or King's Kvll, Whltu Swcl-
nT;.Uiwr V .Kl'yh ."'Slag' wolll Neck,
fnt&S uriaT"':0
Sores, Kruntlons nf n,,, skin a d Sum
Plcrcu'iS f.oblen .Medical I Hi,.,',.',,',,, t,,.'
ill im wiin i i -twin i IJlSl'il$t'i I if,
hVoi nu n fill alliox 1.1,1 .it
1 . .' "''- fliiiibill 'IfSUll) L'l y HUt
Vi,' .. ... ', '"-,1l:'l;li,".l,owers, curyiug
i ii irri'iir n inm i iiaii.ih , , -
, 1,1 j i ni -j
Ino most obtlnato am! intractable case.
il by all doale v in.nedM!
"M
.,.iM,i,.i in...
Just reeelvi-d iiv fjnl.uiti... t-1.
"m.etniii iij iioidsiine A- Ko-on-
vat(.f. a.'js.tr,
-WJMaa. OT.
APRIL 4, 1S7(5
WHOJXN A I.K uitot i:rn.
STRATl'ON & BIRD,
Wholesale Qpooers
or
1
-Ah J
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AUER1CAN lOWDElt CO
57 Ohio Loveo.
W D WILLIAMSON,-
Wholesale Grocer
Dealer In
BOAT STORES,
Commission Merchant,
Wo. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
S'mn'nKo"!;,;;''' ""on,Mmenl..ml
".VMIItAN'i;.
O. N. HUGHES,
Oetirral
Insurance Agent
OFFICE:
oxrio Xs3a-"7-2323.
Ortr Mathnu k VU'.
NeiLl1"1 li"t-l:la Companle. renre
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 185B.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
General
Insurance Agents
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, up-.taln.
illinni., reornsontlmr
. 85 000 000
C03IIINSIO. MKItfllA'.-lfS.
S J. Ayna. s. II. Ayiw
AVRES 6c CO.
And (tcnenl
Commission Merchants
No. 03
OHIO LEVEL.
P. CUHL,
Kxdiuhe
Plour Mercliant
Millers' Agent.
.VoM01iloI.ei,
7 i !.if CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealer in
LUIMIIBISIR,,
All kln.U ban) uml ton,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, Sic.
Mill and Yard,
3ornor Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
UUIU uuvuu,
IMI.M .t.Ml OILS.
Go.
(.siii'cesor io)
B. E. PARKER,
Doahrs In
tPaints, Oils, Varnishes,
CVull Papor, Window Glasa, Win
aow onaaoB, aco.
Alnnys on baud, the crktratnl lllumlimlln
AURORA Oil.
Broiofci' Hutlcllup;,
Corner l"lvnth Stroot und Wushlnir
lull avuiiu.
WOMAN'S
CURATIVE INSTITUTE,
No. ai4N. lUUStrat,St.T.ouia,
Jim. I!. A, l.irr., J1.H. (In Umive).
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Ji'imt fur i-vi tuhi my wilu:ibluiKct!!r.4 I'lonipl
nun of Piles, llliiMintatlMiiuiiil .S'irvi.iis illsiii'i
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NO. 7.
ROBBINS'
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COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO ILL
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET. DAVIS & CO.'S
PIANOS
Of World wido Reputation.
AflinownilRed by all iroo.1 Musicians to tl,r
ursi i nino now uui.lf.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which we have sold over 4W during
twelve years past, becoming mom and more
popular every day.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
Splendid tone. Power and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very lino Instrument, adapted to Instru
menial us wru as vocal milsio.
A '-I TIIK AIIOVK Alti: OKIEUEI) ON
regardless oi List Prices.
r.asy -Moniiuy l'ayme
.nts, at low llgurcs
SHEET MUSIC
In groat variety. Including all the new
...... uiuui iiuisic oi mo tiay.
Orders from the Country
promptly tilled and sent
by mall.
VIOLINS GUITARS BMJOS
iVCCOKDEONS, CLARINETS
FLUTES, v.
PlCOins
TAMBORINES
FRENCH II A HPS, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Furnished to Order.
STRINGS FOB VIOLINS, GUITARS, ETC
01 the Host Qualify.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all grades lor Piano or Voice.
r5T KVfirV ilridHrtHnn r.t A,..ur..t f..-
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chanillse fuinlshed to order, promptly and
... initio luncr man ever ouoi'UU Uelore.
GKSGY ALSO 01'
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
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..in ui luesc uL'uuiuui groupe.
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Ad'lrest,
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Cairo, Illinois.
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CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
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