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FAINT AND till..
Blake & Co.
(SlIci fMOr In)
B. F. PARKER,
Dealer. In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Papor, Window Glaus, Win
dow Hhadea, &o.
Alien), on hand, the fel.br.liil lllnoilnnlin
A UltO It A OIL.
Uuruor Kl.v.btk Htr.ut and Waahluir
ton Av.nu.
j i' i
WAUflNN.
The Gamble Wagon
UAIRO, XXjXjXXVTOXH
UAUvrMTivmv nr
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
tiiH. BUST and ClUfUI WJOK MAX
frNOTVRKO
MANUFACTOBY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Street
cariTpzters,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker,
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
AVENUE.
talKiiufactu.ro. hi. own Boraa Shoes and
can Aaauro Oood Work.
. PATRON AOE SOLICITED
LIQUOR KAI.:ilN
Vho!eal and Itetall Dealer. In
Foreign and Domestic
WI.NKW OF AIM, KIADN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO. ILLS.
MK8SUS- SMYTH A CO (mr con.t.nUy
Urtfe .tuck of the Wat flood Hit' lliar
kit, and KlverixvUI attention lulllf nlmlaaale
ranch nl the tm.ineaA,
Coal Coal.
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
Aim
PEYTONA OANNEL
COAL!
Orders for Coal by the cnr-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for nhipinont,
ironiptlv attended to.
iiSf-To lnrao consumers and all
oianufaoturera, we aro prepared
:o supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at unuorui ratOB.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
tVllnlll.Uy Hro 'aotllre, No "U Ohio l.evee,
tj-llairnlay Urn ' hurl hunt,
JJ-.U Kxyi'tliiii MUM, or
HJ-Al Ihe tuul l)unii, foot oCTnlitY-Klitll
Heet
rjrvmt Qui nmwr. .nn
""VrilAM 1IOATN.
Evansvlllo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
..rou-
Faducab. Shawneetown, Evans-
villo, Louisvillo, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The decant sldc-whctl eteamor
ARKANSAS BELLE,
Hen Howard Maater,
WxLTi.it 11, I'enniniiton Clark
Will leave Kvanavillo for Cairo every TUK3
II A V mill KIMDA Vllt J n'cloek t. 1U.
Will leave Cairo every WKDNKSUAYand SAT-
UIIH.M atnoxioca p. m
The elegant aidc-wliec steamer
FAT. CLEBURNE,
Joint Gorr M."1.'
Mat. williami
leaves Evanavllle for Cairo every WLUNKS-
in V ...I s 1TITR AIIV nl A n m
II A V anil 8ATURAI1Y at 6 I). 1
leaves Cairo every THUIISDAY
tYauil SUNDAY
ul II . ..,
i('..ni. 'l.,.,.'i miiliix rlnae eonnecllona at Cairo
M ith Urat-claan atcutnerafor bt. Iiulf , Mem- A,
oniHaiiuftew iineaua. umi i rnu.ini jhm
IheK.AC. K. It. for all iiointa North and ,taat.
and with the UmUvllle Mall Htwunera foi.ull
olnta nn Hi tinner Ohio, ulvlnir throUKlirc-
e.il'i" on irciKiiu
. I T I . ' .11 n nil
and iiusatiiKers to all iolnla
riuutarr.
for llrther Infnrmallnn annlv to
SOL. H1LVKII. Vaaarnger Agent.
HALUDAYUHOS., i.eenta
Or to , U.J.OHAMMKB,
juiierlnteudent and Ouneral VralKht Agent,
ro-t-ao-l Kvanavllle Indiana.
JobFrlnU&e,
Of Kvery Deacrliilion
Cheap,
VOL. 8.
I'll TNICI ANN.
yiLMAM It. SMITH, M. D.
HK.-I1)K,V(;K No Jl Thirteenth ttmt, be
twien WaahhiKtoB awuue unJ Walnut ttrct.
OF Ff OK I North aide (.f KIaIiIIi .but be
1mm (.'ommercliil and Wathlniftonateiiur.
Q W. UUNNINU, M. 1).
UI'.SIDKNCK Corner Ninth and Vfalnu
llrirU. '
OKI'ICH- Corner rtlrtli alrett anJ Ohio Utr.
orriCK UOUHS rromCa iu, Uiu,, and
I ruin !! In ," ii, in.
I.AWYMtN.
J OHH H. MUI.KEY.
Attorney at Law.
I'AIKQ, ILLINOIS.
OrriCKi AtreaMencc on Muth St nil, If
twtnWvihlru?lon avenue and Walnut St.
ponFs
EXTRACT
rho Fcole's Romody.
Tho Universal Fain Est actor.
Nolo: Aak for Pond'a Extract.
Take no othar.
"Hear- fur I lll alieak of exitlliut thins.'
. FOR
'lliJiirlfH. to Man or lltaslii,
I falli, UmUui.
'Htrnlua, Kpraln, Contu
; elotia, lil.locatlonii.
I'riirlurrii, Cuts, lirira
I Uil or incl.ul WoundH.
N vlllai K.Uuriu,brlil9,
ounuiirna,
HlerdlBir l.aaK. or
mi
spiitiiiKriiioixi.
ou Illrrd, and lllicd-
Inir Uuia or Teeth. I
uiiillluirwr HIiKMlaod
HIoimIv DlirlnirciK.
I'llra - lllerdiii? I'llea,
Illlndl'llra. (lurulllhle )
iTvultinrltealUraclicNeif
raiu, awellra rate.
ttlMMiniatlatii, Itheuma
tic swtlllug or Sonne..,
Illllfiiraa or borenmn,
1 I.umtiafo. Ijilli Hark,
EXTRACT
IHur.- Throat ur Quinsy,
runaliie.1 Toiulfa.
Ulitlirrlii. II roil rhl
' tin, AilliniB.
Sore or InflinttJ Kyee o
Kyi-1M
('nlitrrh, IxtKxirrlita,
, Diarrhea, Dywntcry.
hare 'liilra, Indaintd
IJreaat.
Till jl'Mlnfiil or too l'rofu
JJontlille.
pr.PI P'Q1 iMllli IK, Ovarian Dia
L.v1 i-L. vj, iva Knd Tumara.
Uliturr Complaint,
REMEDY,;n2af.;nbn'rffiu.
lluna uf Infanta, or
koh Adulta.
Viirlroae Vrliia. Kn
ryTPRNll larKeilorluflaiunl Velna.
CA I CnnHI. t'lerr. Old horea, InUr
, nal Ulceration..
AKU lllolU. Carhunclea. Tu-
ii,.. in .
INTERNAL i'orua at. I llunloua, tlial-
ni or wire reel.
;'linUiic,IUrut,cr Sad
TISE .lie Oalla.
IVIon or Whitlow, Kroat-
iil l.imti. or I'arta.
Moiiillo Ultra. Insect
I Mlntfa, C'haiil llanda.
IMtNI'N i:XTUAT la for .ale liy all I'lrat-
I Ilia uruKKiaiN, anil recotnmenuen uy
all DrUKKItt', I nynciutu, ami eierj
limit tfliiikilia pier llMit It.
t'ituililfl contalnlii lll.tory and Umj mail-
e.i ntin aiinraiiou, u noi luuiiu ai juur
iinitryiti'a.
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
.New York and London.
m-5-i-iiv
St. Charles Hotel,
oino, xxjXa.
price: seduced to ..it the mu
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Kcom mid Bo.irJ.UJ Floor tSi.OO Far Day
SjiBotal Ratal by Woak ur Montb.
llu.lliil numlier of terv de'lruhlr Utnily
looms ran he Mcureil nt iraioiiuUe rati ii tor the
iiiniiier iiionllii),
I hi. Si. Lharleili Die luri'i'it nii'l I it nimnlnt
eillloilfe In 8ollllieril lllllioil.lind la the lemllllK
liotil III Cairo, .NotulllutuuillliK lite "lien
ItoeL" reiliirllnii In irhf, the tuhle will, u
ilual, ) llherally niinilleil Willi the ery liest
or every tlilnK that ran In- found in tliurkit.
Klne lai lie dainple nmnu fur cninmerrlal Iniv
pIi m, on uroinid lloor, Int'iir i lmrire.
CJ-AM imKirnOToiKiiKineoinejiiiiiiiiniuroiii
the liotel without i lnirk'i'
.iliWr.i i n il.' n. .x i-". .
4-lij.tf, I'mprletorv
WINTER & STEWART.
AT7GTZOXTSSHS
Commission Merchants
AND
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commcrciul Avonuo
C'ulro, llllnulN.
Ailvuccn made on (oui(,'iimciit. Ah
MraulK ol Titles made, Cemoyuticcul ami
Collections attended to.
A'lTKXTION TO IHWlNKS.s; AMI
l'ltOMl'T IIKMITTANUKd.
Auction ialvn
fi-l-dtl
i:ery tiatimliiy Muriitu'.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
IRON, TIN
AND
Slat Hoofr
Hoofing and Guttering a tpooialty
Slate Roofling a Specialty in
any part of Southern
Lightning Bcdi, Pumpa,; Stoves
and Tmwar6.
JobaiaK Prsavtlr Doh.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1870.
THE "MIKADO'S EMPIRE."
Illalory of Jrtlinn by na Aiiierlcuii -
1'ualoiiiK. KrllKlona,
l.lirriiiiire nud '
tiainra ul I Hi' I'roplr,
Tin
' .Mi'iTt. Ilaiii'r llrotliirl Imvo in
a worl. nn iliipnii, i-nlltlt'il lliu
pri'a
"Allkailii a Ktniilrc." and from tin ir
runl ill a fi'tv Hiivntire sheoH H will, no
ilouht, prove mi linlrucllve lilntory of tins
people oftliN intvrcatliiK Asiatic nation.
'iiw author, Mr. V. K. Orlffl, now ol
New York, had un abundant opportunity
of stuilylii'' the .liipnnw, their inaunir.s,
ctiiUmH nml rrllt'lonn. a aUo ol viilllng
fumoun place hut seldom readied hy
foreluiT. Hu wariial)lcd to do this
IwcaifH! of Jiii position as d-ar-hcr In' tho
Oorcrnmtnt r'ollcjro of Ktikttl, n city in
the province of Ecliteii, mid uNo that of
profeswr In tho Imperial collojreof Toklo.
Mr. O rims arrived hi the Land of tin;
HWiij; Sun In December, 1870, when lie
at onco proceeded to I'ukul, and them
remalnd until .September, 1871. At that
time the feudal ytcm was abolished and
the t;ovcriimcnt ccutrali.ed at Toklo. In
the iK.Tr'on of the .Mikado. The I'lluec
of Kehl.en was couiM'lled to resign hla
power, and rcthe to private life, when
the author, upon the invitation of the
fapuuee'e .Mini-tor of l'libln: 1 ti struct ton .
accepted the prolei'or.-.hlp in Ihe Imper
ial College. In .lanuarr 1872, he cet out
from Fuktii on the iuurney to Toklo, and
iu lliU trip traversed nine provinccr. He
lived Iu the Japanese capital for two
yearn and a half, wItno!in iu daily de
tail the woudeilitl changes that are mak
ing .la).iu a new nation. At every op
portunity during tliW time hu visited ad
jacent provlnre to study tho people, and
luijicctcd famous i-hliuc.J, temples, battle.
Ilelds, caktlei1, and the many cla;lc
hpoU tiiadi: memorable by .lapane-u lih
tory, the story of which trips ate told iu
an exceedingly plcaiant maimer. While
Mr. Orlllls .ivu particular attention to
everything that lie tliought would inter
est an A met lean reard.ing the mind, tem
per and nature ot the Japanese ; it seems
that lie did not overlook tho .sports and
amiheiiienU of the people. He refers
both to the indoor and outdoor icaine he
repeatedly saw played, of the latter beinn
polo, called "daklti" in Japanese, which is
very ancient In that land, and extremely
popular, lie describes a gallic In Ptiktil
at which he was present, and ids descrip
tion may not he uuhitcitMtin;; It is ;;iven,
as under :
"Among the Kame played Iu public Is
'd.iklu' (polo), which Is very ancient iu
Japan. An Immense crowd of specta
tor, prince, princes.", lords and ladle?,
rcntlcuicu, people, priets and student?,
gathered Inside the riding eourc to see
the piuic of 'daklu' played. I had one
ot the best seats given me iu the pavilion
occupied by the d timlo and his gentle
men in waiting. Kverybody wasdres.'cd
lianiNomely, the weather perfect, the
scene, animatiu',. Judyos and scorers
were hi ceremonial dres. At the signal,
given hy a tap of a bell, twelve players
mounted. At the next they rode Into
the list", ahited the Prince and Judges,
and proceeded to the cud ot the course
ranging themselves In Indian Hie, with
their lior-es" heads to the wicket', which
were two bamboo poles with u cord
across ihem, about ten feet from the
ground.
"The ilval patties, six ptayeislu each,
culUd themselves the Gciijl and liell.e.
The fienll wore white, the flelke red
hats, according to the colors of the an
cicut ilags. Kuch player had n long bam
boo s.ick (.spoon) like a shepherd's crook,
witli network of cord. On the ground,
In two rows at the side, and extending
iu front ot the riders, were seventy-two
red and white balls. '1 he whites were to
throw the red halls over and through the
wicket, the reds to throw the whites.
Hall going over the, lists outside the
wickets were to.;d hack again. Kuch
party was to oppoa the other. Tho red
Hag waved on tho right wicket pole, the
white on tho left
"At tho signal, given by a wave of tho
judge's lau, bom parlies rode nimbly up
tho lists, picking up the balls and Din,
lug them over the wickets, if they could.
The leaders having readied the wickets,
and n number of balls haviugbecu thrown
over, J and others pcallcicd over tho
llcld, turned hack to oppose each
other, and then thogamu grew in!cn.-cly
exciting. It was shinny .on horseback.
Skillful handling of tho boric, as well as
of the crook, was nceoriiry. Three
riders were dismounted. Occasionally
a man was hurt. The collision ot ex
cited animals against each other was
I'rcipiciil. Tim balls llew backward and
forward, up and down. Finally, llicru
was but ouu hall Iclt. Twelve, men and
horses contesUil lor it. iiutllclKo won
the Ih'.-t game, having thrown "nil the
thirty-six white halls over their wicke
while the (ienji had three red halls left on
the ground. Thrcu games wcio played
thu (ienji winning two. Tho pri.es
awarded hy tho pilnco were si roll ol silk,
a helmet, a puicelain vase and autograph
scroll.
I.YOM'd Kaiiiaiiion l niitvc-rt hoatitilul,
clow, luxuriant hair: nri'Vcnta Its fall-
lnc out or turiiiiiK uray. It has stood tho
te.t ol 40 years, iu en
i diarmluuly perfumed,
and hat) no rival.
;i-iu-ii&wiy
Hauan's Maonoi.ia ll.vi.si luescives and
restores tlio complexion ; reinovcn freok
let, tan and nallowuesx ; makes the .kin
oft, white mid delicate, ll application
cannot bo detected. IJ-lO-dtfcwly.
VUp llt.torr of a Mnatrr.
Yfirs ngo the Hubbor l'oroiu Jtliilcr !
yvn, itcoKiilj'od us a Ufdiil "it'l Hdclcnt
' divtarnnl rnmrrlt in4.n.nll0 tklOtllisr
morlt! tllfl'crciit from T'oiiyililnj; tvw .
I'lif.ii-.i nr llj.wl fnr r. Ill (iltrrWI4f llhl,lli.
musii. i , ii, i . .i,i i. ill.., I'.'.T' .
The reasons why It became to popular 1
were incse : r irst, u wamiscojcrcinimi
rubber was the natural ieervolrff elec
tricity, anil, conscQUently. pottered
great rtiratlve properties. .Second, when
renuercii son anil pnanie ii nccauie a con
venient hae for the best external Uiinii.
laiits. Third, It could he worn without
soiling the clothing or cuuslng tho wester
anv liieonvcnlnce, l.lkcnll new Inventions
U was not perfcct.hut capable of Improve,
wonts. Thee Improvement h:ne
been made iu HKNSON'ri CAl'i INK
I'OKOl'S lI.ATKK. The great objec
lion ever .found to the porous plasters by
phyMclans and the public has been that
Its action l not prompt or decided
enough. The introduction Of C-ipclne
Into a porous planter overcomes this ob
jection entirely. It iwuse.slt to act Im
mediately, and to cure in less time and
with more certainty lhati tlie ordinary
article. HKNhON'.S tJAPCINK POU
Ol.'S PLAST:it Is truly a remarkable
article. It fs prepared by n Jlrm ot nkll
led pharmaceutical chcm!t., sho have
had large experience in manufacturing
various kinds of plasters nud liniment
for the surgeons nud hospitals of this nud
otticr countries.
Tills plaster, the Fciult of their ex-
tierlmcuts and study, is indorsed by the
icst physicians as greatly superior to or-
linurv porous plasters andlinlmeiiU, and
as being the best remedy that could pos
sibly dcviseil tor riieumatism, lame ami
wea'k backs, imlns In the stile mid chest,
or any of the troubles for which a porous
iiastcr or nuimcui nas ixtu u:cu. reo-
e sultcrhi" from stuhborn cold will
Hud that It allbrds them great relief by
wearing one on tnourcan. 'itiUM-creioi
IIKNSON'.S APCINK PI.ASTKK Is
its marvelous iulluetico over tho clrculit
tlon. It "trcngtlicns and relieves iiain
almost from the moment ol its applica
tion, l.ci any one who is sleptieal ot
the merits of this article consult their
hvslclan. To Ihj obtained of all tlrug-
gl.ts for cents.
nKUH'UY lV .MIIIXSOX.
I'liarui'ieciilical (.'hcinUts, N. V.
l-'Min
IIANHS.
THE
City National Bank
CAIRO. ILLINOS.
CAPITAL,
1100,00
omcim,
W. 1' HAM.IOAY, I'reaiilent.
IIKNKY 1. IIAI. I.IDA Y. Vice Hre.l,
A II SAKKOIttl, C'ouli .
WAl.TKIt HV.SLOl'. Ata'tCarliier.
iiiui:cioii:
. Staats Taylou, It II. CuoixiiaAM,
llALLttiAY.
W. I. llALl.tDAV.
Wiu.lAUaiiN.
A II.
SiaeiiK ItiHD,
Ski-roan,
. -
Exchgngo, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Bold;
DKfOSITd recriet uw a geneuil lunklng
juainei.ailunii.
Ilri'., rrcalilent.
h'eff. Vice I're.'l.
II. Wells, CuW.Ur.
T..I. Kerlli, A;t. null'
J
Coinar Commciolal Ave. an.) 8th Street,
OA.xno. iiitja.
DlltECTOIlS.
P. llroiia, (Aiiiu Wni. Klnur, tulro.
I'. NtiT, C'ulro. Win. Wulle, Ciiro.
A. Siianuka, Culm. K.I..lllllluRlrr,s'l Louia.
y lliiiln , Cairo. 11. Wells, Cairn.
r' II llrlnl.mnn, M. In,
Urueial ltiiiibliia Iliialiieait Hone.
nKxvli.uirriiuM anil bought lnlerel puiil
a the saUiiK Ufimrlineiit inl.'CIIoii) InK',
i ml all buaineat iiroinptly alumlnl In.
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH tl IH89
OWY NATIONAL BAJ!iKt.CAIRO
- . -.
oru.Ku.i:
A. II. SAKKOkUA 1'reiMeut.
S. S. T.VYI.liit, Viuil'reiililent.
W, It Y.SI.Oata,-i ami Treasurer.
DiHacrom:
P.W. llAHCLM. CllA. aAMUIIKH,
r, SI, ftrouKuaKrn, 1'allU Sciicii,
It. II, CtlNMVjllUAU, It. 1- llALLlUAY,
J. 51. PlIlLtlli.
LNTKKK.vr iid on ilenlU ut Ihc rate ot
in? cent pcraiintiin, Marrh 1st anil Seplrm
jer If t. Interval not wllliilrawn la added linmc
llutely to Ihu prlnclpiil of the ilejiualM, thereby
rlvlm: Ihem omiummd luterent.
Marriod Women and Children may
UopoRlt Money and no ono
oIbo can draw it.
Oiwn eiy iiilncMiluy I'roiiiliii.iii. to .1 p.m.
I ' ratimlay eenlii; lor niVinca ilepoalta only
rum U to a o'clock
W. HY8I.0P.Treaiur.r.
33 1VE rXZlB
Straw ! Felt Ms
S illliMri-el, Nl. I, null, Mo.
lA-iulliiseatalillfliimiili'! I.I'V W't. III.IUI.II.
IKII, UYIMi, M.Ti:illMI. unit all kimN ul
Mlllinria' Win k done ironiilly. na.lrrlilocka
ini' anil-, t huinn luid "II KooiUbeiit 111. Semi
lor I'l.ili'n.
,.-iiii
(Will)
DANIEL LAMPERT
Fashionable Barber
AND
yr v. XI XX1.3DaVM3a1JPI.
NORTH SIDE OF EIQHTJI STURM
Botvetn Washington and Ootnmarotal
Aveou.r
tatiulPrii'iiE,
Af.l.KINIIS
Low
At the lli'LLETlN Ullice Hiiro, llllnnlr,
a: tct xr . aa
Equitable Lib
80CIKTY, OP
On tho Savings Bank Plan
Or LIFT! or KNPOWMKNT 17011
LARGE DIVIDENDS
tiURr-Lus , ;.
ASUETS
E.
Cigars ! CigArs ! Cigars !
Wholesale and Retail Prices !
Fully nllvo to the dctnxml of tlio time, propose- to put Ids
LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OP
ICrAl;$i
At pi ires that will compare with tho iloelhio In oilier article, In other word will put
grmtlolown Ii out Ilia old
War to a Peace Basis,
And in proof of tho fact would call tho attention of tho Smoking
Public to tho following prices: Connecticut Sood from 2 to ileonts;
Seed und Havnnna, 4, 5 and 0 conts; Key West nnvnniiii, 8 to 10 coats;
and imported Havnnna 15 cents oach. IIo monnn business, und will
at oven those low prices, mnkortfuir HviiiR profit.
His lightoxponscs enables him togivo tho public tho.bouoflt oi'theso
low pricos, and in return solicits thoir patromtgo.
Smoking and Chowing tobacco. uul Kniokora' ttrtiulos of nil diucrip
tions, constantly on hand, and will bo sold correspondingly low.
T. TEICHX&AIT,
102 ComuiorialAvo. 2d Door Abovo Sixth Stroct,
CAIRO, IXiXiIiVOIS.
LOOK TO YOUR INTERESTS !
XTew Goods ! New Prices !
Solomon Farsira's,
142 & 144 Commercial Avenue.
Iii'-t Iteeelvcd, a l'rcU, Cinnplt'lu and Xuw up.i'y nl
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,
Wlileli 1 ollerat lirlcts never br-forr-lirard of ihiennr hcfui'i1 thu wir t Hvfl rlaht hi
the niarliet and buy i.lily rnrcaMi, tliereroroean wll Hiein at Hid very lnwct pvlee. A
I Ii'ivh I- .nplinli'il tu ciiiitlnue iiiv hiisiuoi In J;ilm. for uliieli imiihth I sii' iic.i i r.
Widl. I linile all our old Irleini- to'lve tin
la ".".ujhII rrolits anil tJilIcK salt "
WciiUit the verv hut ralh-n'a atll eenU par yard; Kwuadhio 5 to 10 fi'iit m-r yard; a
lull Hin of Summer (IreKK0"''' and plalda Irani in to ,1Ti eentt pei-puril. INnt.ilii 111
pata.riln, bur.iHeielili Nri cent a uleec: ejubrohh-rj' very In w; n!(itnwel,naiil.ln.liid
lioe at S i piiIi a pair. Ah In Lov' clothlni; wo aro olVerhm ImluecmenM :i gouil, Men
eMiltiet f.ulti.ri M. l!ont and Oiocx. llir lo ft 111 llii'lli:ill.el.
Oon't Inriret Hip place, tho old Hand ol HellU'im .b Well.
SOXjOMOjV P AIlEllIrtA,
142 St 144 COMMERCIAL AVI'NUE.
BARCLAY BR OS
Wholcsnlo
DRUGGISTS
PAINT AND
74 OHIO LEVEE.
In Stock for Spring Trade:
Strictly Pure "White Lead,
Pure Linseed Oil,
Guaranteed Boiled Oil,
Artists' Tube Paint.
Best English Paris White;
Glues of all Grades,
Feather Dusters,
h..t
TERMS ON THESE GOODS CASH ON
DELIVERY.
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
sro.'i26
xvt
NR YOlllC.
for Your Own BenofH ;
YOURflRLl'
AND
ii
FAMILY
PAID EVERY YEAR ! .
z A(5ir,,oi2
, ,.$20,01)0.087
A BURNETT, A(jt.
12.
70.
a c. ill bcliii-j j;iiln; rNetvlioiv, a. my inolln
mid Retuil
AND
Window Glass,
Varnishes,
Brushes,
OIL DEALERS
(OrlipldInllroTM)
16 MILES OF
aa 'HI 1 I 1 1 1 VaTar? At
SOLD DURING tho YEAR 1875
KM It V 5TOV1: tl
Uflliviilatiiijly Escommended '
Wlniinrl h.1 nr irtil
ii: Absolutely It'iiut i M!
HI ItNKW PIZIW
Nos. 37, !)9, !)0, 47, 48 and 40
Are ii Mnrelii-ui".,ii,lliUti, fif
CONVENIENCE,
NEATNESS, and
ECONOMY,
Ami all Die KmeiilLiI PnliiM Hint go to .Ifuke up
the
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
Ker irrel to llir 1'iilitlr.
Jliule Only byllie
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
.Si ii'.', i.l I, i;ti) iiml i;ls ,V. .MhIii (.,
fit. I.IMlN, Jin.
sol.ll IIY
0. W. HENDERSON,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MARRIAGE
5Urrl t hiid i l.'u.lfy
111 f iJliiprtjiiarnFrvIn?.
1 rwm iiio it ttrlir all the iu
SECRETS, l
liJltlt'r ifliniM kmw on
mtl. ti. AllrT'lr. Ihr
litalikt.iral Mliiriri
ii H ila:iotn ur ih..
I'Viti.l i.M)iia, iiU Ihhh'i.iI if taUiatlo tHln.,
)filiMlil iHttrr.ttii liitiHiinai u tttiiajrria,tU(lr t.a.
turiaii'ltittr Tr.at nil Hi. .., MVr Ti.!aifilnir rhf If
taut, O Kipf.it iitnl tin i iu t'i run-: U lhfnl rtalV
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Caioiiia IJibf Avitii l t-t .
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1 A it if,Sr JyiolOaiit View cf Mrr
JmV lirt vhuiikO diut (hf iitrni)atiiiK
Uli'-lfX ,f '"W" ci ou tli iit)-tfrior rtpruUtut
UM,ft')lriV ion ate. (he urM .iiflrti.ittea ct jyyih,
MauUm aul . itiLiilil Ah il.tHtnttnilUi.ikolliftiiaEi'rf.
luf piitia rtadiiu. iiltU !iOuM Uj ktbt uirU'r luck an J
Lev. m itlittul' r'-t f.'fWitn.
A ri'.IVA tIEUICaliTXlATISGott all t.:a
fcf a Vrita'.o Nature lu til( tttcktxit-iaiit dt-
oilin ' ot Ihu rixual fittMi, atul lte menu ut curil'Al
hu 'nrmiii. ii-iit uiKUfiwni tr'iitt.
24 EDIC AL ADVIO t: urt h n ami ChmnU OiMairi.
Si'iiiiitul calir,L'attih, CatiM r IliiWIiie.th Dpumi
U Lit, ar,( a 'Hiajcuitk rut uinlt-r al tor lit iti. Alt
thvc Lookn fotttniultiji 400 pacM atnlavf rjtltiucuorth
kuokait. tn thi ihIvi, acnt urvartly kca.ca un re
odpt of lO iU. AiMtre, Ur. Quttt Disunary.
l.u.12N.Btlift.,9t. LouU.Ma. L.taini.-.t
Mm M L7I bTll M nWT ai u:u.iiua uoik TS
Wm fm mm w n l.p tutt, a ptlv.t. couoMkir
m Willi riU li;,,ui.i!i'.lri KiSSK:
GUIDE
cf the Muai iTiletii, It fttuirt.
In Ibt
how Ui
r cJrur o('rvprolurtlon t
rl.il i)4tiuti. lilaa.if
I, I anil w fijttr.tr it. thm fnairfl.i
I unuilil inivrnutiiuu, wiih u n uuo hh iiiuim iw w wtt a-
tuti vti liowloijrTrereUielnalih,aua vompiautoQ, aaJ
rHeti fkJttl tt.rtki tli ttfitiuotToulhtllibttao4
c1t trui Manlajf ouitla hi tht vurut. IMc Wrtnta
rr.Mtit. Tli author may te conaitMrrooallyorby
1'idil on iTivoftttetiitiir-cn mrnllunr-41n hil work V4iXnu4
Ur. A. O OL1U, lil V uUtuUrU it., CUlasgo. IU.
f-a-i xV 1 y
DR. BICE,
37 Courl Place, LOUiSVILlE, KY,,
A mnhrjT fJ.natl fcitJ , JUik-l ( au anj thj
laOt.U"'fJll "Ml 1 in !
uurii-i it i j.
lura.3 i.f 11IVATE.
ami suaiju. ms:
Sporiuiitori'ho.fc nuil iLinpoiouoy.
IU rofc't ( . it w ,ih i 'ilimi-
luT rt, ,rt uf Httrit4o awl iilu luz m.i9 9t l j!
k Wind r't ' NfitiiUi. Pn.hulKt. 1 .( ,uirtltnni
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uurmifc luii'i f r.n MaMi v) tt6. t.rLh utij f nai
i. nUr .ur. l. VlMliJilH lt),lliLr' ri,ril1
nr-iY cnii. m'j imnii. . ,m. uouorrhcr.
ULEa'ii lrt.iir Oi Utn, Itnnu, icr liutuuti,
i.,auiiii.rr'i4t- lt . i ..-ii -ljr cuiel.
Hi iiif-ft.i'flt U .tt,itir.kuit"ijvi,lUtieDiIfB
UacrUlnrli i r Ji -i nl nraliBX thouwm.U tua
ill; i, i4i rrtkiU rajU.IDiiiflliiithlift Rfa
tatftwuiul i- in i'M.iv ctr.'. Mkiuiil I im,nu
Ti-tt iti" III Ut irtainwoi. intJlrlrw. n
ldI afvh If luil I or 'ir t hrff.
I irtiinuni, mtJlrlrw. U koi irtuwly
Curoa Quarauiuoil in
nil Cases
iiBdortiiUou. ,,,
cniiiuitjtloiii rruinitU. tt ) 1. .i-i In an 1 ItruJ.
Ciuret nawii4i'ltianlrw4l i,M.-Ki.t'i: tii Hjr f .liWidtiUU
PRIVATE COUNSELOR
fit 5firt Kcr, wnl uUf a.l.lr. ' wiin Ii Milr-I, for ittl
itni IM.I4. r1 hm.lt Ii friil tl MIL, AjJrtU a abo
Uit Lt.br Ihnf.t. M, Ivr. 14. lun.Uj,J 14 I'.
idiMllllil m' UK" ITlllleit
M.itiK, t'nnsda, aiulKu-
t'fliope i leiliu iw lowai
.Vthoeoruny other iflla
iVll'le limue. Correijioii
'"dome Imteil In the fcni
ll.li and iLieiRii iiimiiiiaea. wi tn n v uor. At
tmiejHiit Ijiw, nud other .-nlli llioiH, wia'clall
th lluue v ho lime hud Iheii e.ueit lejeelwl III
III i lunula "I other utlnine). In rejerteil r.iei
our I'eea iie iiiMiimblc, mid no eharse Ijtnmle
liule-s e lire auwailut
y If jint wnnt a pat.
I . eul,u.-iiilinaiiiilcl
lnvBiitops,iHs
eiinuiiaU'i'.iit UMpiitent ollhiMmd il wo think
und pio,ii iite our in.u . Our lie will I hi or
illiiiiiyr;.', A .,.,,..
fuiiii in !"
ini..i.,i.iii,Mti,.irv
Sill ililltll t' llllie ..i IVllimiiHo,,
I,., il .iiiiinii, .V., Wunlilnrfmi.li. C
Vii'l hilliili 1'or.H.J iU.i.ltfor ohliiui-
IllffilWelll), ' II liliuk oi l" !.' d
"Via, 4 ml. imtrier . tow
III ilfl.WelllH, UfllillKlu"! "
I .iiUn-l.
PENSIONS
iflBwroatUleayou to a pwuloa. AroWP
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ALD,
Paten
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TO WI10II1 1'UHBiouB rc
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ihiiiiiii nmrn ;t. naniKiB. th ibbbi ua
a aw:
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