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melled the dictation of any clique la tbe
Tt beitevei that tba Republican party bat
ulflUed IU mleelon, and tbat tbe Demo
tralle party a now organized inould be re
stored to power.
It belief! tbe Badleal tyranny tbat a
ifr aeveral ye art oppreieed tbe South
should be overthrown and tbe people r I th
Youthen State permitted to control theu
It belter tbat railroad corporation
bould be prohibited by iegitlatlYe etarti
menu front extorting and onjurtly dvecnnv
Inatlng in Uielr buliiee tranaactlon wlti
It recogelxee the equality Jol a nea
fore the law.
It advocate free commerce Urlfl tot
adTocatci resumption of epetle j-ay-laent,
and bonent payment Of tbe public
It advocate economy m tbe I moUUa
tion of public all air
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VUltor and Family Companion.
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VOL. 8. CAIRO, ILMNOIS."" S ATUK DA YraNFlO, T87G. NO. 144."
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Hational lank Building, np-eUln.
The Oldest Eetbliahod Atreney In Stmt -rn
lllinmia, reprweenttna yw
fAUT A. OIIJC ...
B. F. PARKER,
r?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vail Paper, Window Glass, Win
qow ooaaes, sc.
alwaye hu4, tbe celebrated illumlnatla
Corner Elerentb. Street and "Wahin
BOX and BASKET. CO
All kind hard and toft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, to.
Mill ud Tard.
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
5o 10 Ohio Levee,
wiiolenam: u not-run.
AOENTS AMERICAN POWDEE 00
57 Ohio Levee.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL atWnllei given tocoaai.-niuint and
ffiSS-AU for $1.00.
Ten elegant sheets of Choice Mimic arrancrd
or I he I'lano Kurte will Ixe sent by irutil ou re
ceipt of one dollar, 0ost paid) or (ingle copie
I li rent each.
They can alio be ordered through any new
dtale in, the I'utted .Slates.
Happier day InaU-uinenlai
by ran I uot Forget
Kar O'er the Wave
II 1Kb Lile-Vlu.... .......
l orn Brown
t Ian 'ile
ixiwn where the. Violet lirow
When OlUJrcksoo hud his 1'uy
'I be Grand old r'arm
The College Quii'Wli
'1 litre' a Letter iu the Candle
Dotou Iteally Think he lid?
Adilre order to Iteni. V . Hitch
uher..fti Third Avenue J.i.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
I Ibe Grand Old
Which has stood the test of 40
rhereis no sore it will not Hoal,
no Lameness it will not Cure, no
Ache, no Pain, that Afflicts the Hu
man body, or the body of a Horse
or other Comettio arrmal, that
does not yield to its magio touch.
a Dome cosuns 200., ouo. orei
has often saved the life of a Human
Being, end Restored to Lire ana
Usefulness Many a Valuable '
The Ivory Trade.
The apprehension Hint Ivory would l
come onn of llie products of the pa.t, ji
we have ottcrt licnrd our cutk-ry and bil
liard hull manufacturers maintain, dims
not seem to be Justified by the tncts. Ac
cordhifr to tlic following from the Unlink
Mail, Messrs. lcwis & Teat, colonial bro
kers, have lssu.tl n very ititenttin re
port of the modern Ivory trade, w hich,
though showing prcitt rmprovtmeiit since
1842, U a mere shadow of what it
must have been In the ancient
times. The total quantity imported
into Great Britain hi W was C30
tous, the largest la Any year between
that time and 1842, when it was only 2'J7
too; the lowest belnj? in 18-14, but 211
tone. -The fact of there being n appre
ciable increase In last year's imports
over 1871 of 70 tons is, says report, 'ot
the jrreatet interest, because in this artU
cle especially, much more than any other
known, there is no reason to apprehend
any falling off In the demand. ' Iu one
important article of manufacture bil
Hard ballsthere is not any other sub
stance which ran be ued As an adequate
substitute. The public sales nre held
four times in the year. Prices last year
were on the average, much lower than
the previous one, which is attributed to
the ireneral commercial stagnation. The
prices of good teeth weighing from 501b?.
to 100 lt.s., varied from $ 275 to f 333 per
cwt.; "scrivelloes," $120 to $270. Wslrus
kt th, sound, weighing 2 lbs., to 5f lbs.,
were worth CO to C2 cents per lb.; defec
tive, 40 or 44 cents. Hhinoceros horns,
of w hich 3 tous wure imported in 1S74,
realized Irom 34 to 72 cents. The proba
ble value ol the ivory imported last year
could not be less than $2,500,000. A
larger portion came through Egypt than
In the previous year, and less Irom Zan
zibar and Bombay, from South Africa a
little more, and from West Africa a little
Wby Johnion'a Hum fulled fo Vrt m
From the Michigan l armer l
Our county fair is Just over ; but John
son's C'otswold ram did not tske the
prize that was oflered for tho best ani
mal of that kind. Judge Klunin was
chairman of the committee on rams, and
he manifested the dceiest interest in
Johnson's, indicating clearly t at if any
sheep ought to take a prize that one
ought to. Johnson's rani was by itsell
in the peu with a high board fence, and
betorc adjudicating the judge thought he
had better go In and make a close exam
ination of the animal for the purpose ol
ascertaining the fineness ot its wool. As
soon as the judge reached the interior he
walked toward the ram, whereupon
the ram began to lower his head
and to shake it ominously. Just as
the judge was about to feel
tho tleece, the ram leaped for
ward and planted his head In the
judge's stomach, rolling him over on the
ground. Before the judge could realize
what had happened, the ram came at
him again h.iJ began a series of promis
cuous buUs, each give with the precision
and force of a pile driver. It butted the
judge on the back, on the ribs, on the
arms, on the shoulder blades, and the
bald place on his head, on his shins ; It
butted his spectacles oft", it butted his
high bat into silk chaos ; it butted him
over into the corner, and up nguinst the
ferce, aud then butted four boards off the
pen, and escaped into the fair grounds
and skedaddled, aud would not wait to
have the first prize tk-ket pinned to his
car. Judge Klump uui not go after v.
So, no! Tour men came and carried
hi in home. The doctor anticipates he
he will recover by the next fair.
A nan era I Correspondent.
Iu auswer to "Alphabetical," iu your
last issue, for a remedy lor consumption
in its first stages, I can recommend Dr.
Hcrce's Golden Medical Discovery," it
taken according to directions, for it has
been thoroughly tried hi my tamlly, and
the results were glorious. "Alphabet ical"
must not expect one bottle to do the
work my wife took three bottles before
she could discover any change, but alter
the third bottle every dose seemed to
strengthen the lungs, and now she is
w 11 and hearty. It "Alphabetical" will
write to me I will get witnesses to the
above. NknryII. M. Pattox.
Lawrence.Mariou county, I ml. Cine in
nati Ttma, Feb. 4, 1S75.
We will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of The Billetix, unless tVo
same is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the com
puny, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of the company, for any
purpose w hatsoever.
Cairo Bcllktix Company.
November ID. Ie7a. tl
firrnp Iron Wanted.
Wanted, 600 tons of scrap Iron In 10
tons lots for cash.
Vi'Mjax Max rj'ACTr ring Co.
47 McLeans' Block, St. Louis, Mo.
Lyon's Katiuirox makes beautiful
glossyi luxuriant hair ; prevents its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 y ears. Is charmingly perfumed
and has no rival. 3-10-dAwly
' Haoan' M aunolia Balm prtwrve and
rcscorea tbe complexion ; reruovea freok ,
leu, tan ami rallowpcst ; make the skhi
tort, ivlilto and delicate. Its application 1
annot be detected. S-10-dAwly.
City National Bank
W. P. IIArXtOAY. PresMent.
UKNRY I.. UAI.LIIIAY, Vice Preet.
a . n sAFrortn, CAhier.
WALTfclt IIYbLOP. A8'l Catit-r.
STAATS TaT., It. If. 0M!1l?j
H I.. IUlliday, W. I". IIai.mdat,
U. 1. WlLLlAXIIO. feTKrilt lillO,
A . B.. SArruJ'.u.
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
KPOSITS aMrtrel and a ftDeral ankins
F IlroM, President H. Well, Cashier.
P. Xeff. Vine I'ree't. T. J. Kertli, A set. aMi'r
Corner Commercial Ave. nd 8th Street,
IlroM, Cairo. W ni. Kluire, (airo.
Nftr. Cairo. M m. Wnir, (jiiro.
Mifanka, Cairo. R I.. ISilliiiftaley, t Ix.uis.
Iluier, Cairo H. Well, Cairo.
K. II. Ilrinkman, tit. Louis,
Vencral Itnuking RaninpM none.
H-Exchanre (old and doHKht tnterext paid
a tftc ariiin Itepartment. Collertion niiwle,
P'l all biiie pmmptly att'-ndol to,
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIHO
A. B. 8 A Flo 111), Prpident.
R. 8 TAYI.OU, Vice President.
W. UTSLOP, Sec'y and Trwuiurer.
P.W. Barclat, Ciias. Galigihb,
P. M. hTocK PLETlf , Pact O Scmii,
It. 11. CrxvismiAM H. h. Haluday,
J. M. PuiLLir.
I.VTEI1EST paid on deposit at tbe rate ol
rrcnt. per annum, March lutan l heptem
Mr lit. interest not withdrawn is aiMe.l imme
liately to tile principal of the deponiU. therrbr
rivinir them comvouud intereot .
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open every busincicday rromOe.m. to S p.m.
I .Satunlay ereninn for navingi depoaiU only
rom 8 toe o'clock.
W. HY8I.0P. Treaeurer.
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commercial Avenue
C airo, Illinois.
Advapces made on CoiitiL'uiueut. All.
ktrsit ot Title made, Ceiivevaoce and
C'ollPctions attendtd to.
ATTEXTIOX TO Bl'siNKSS AM)
ritOMlT UC.M1TT ANCK5.
Auction Pales Every Saturday Morning.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Iletall Dealer in
Foreign end Domestic
WINES OF ALL KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
ME.0SH5. SMYTH A CO. bave constantly
a large Hock ot the bent goods i Uie luar
Wet, and kitc eiicls.l attention to the wtiolueule
ranch of the buaiuea.
J. W. MITCH EI.L, M. l. H. h. HUH. I! AM, M. V
Era. MITC1TELL & BRIG1TAM,
tj"t31cial attention iven to SurKei-jr and
he tTeaiinent of Chronic liM ae. t-.'lin.
Win. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhds New Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White Refined Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rice,
500 h'fehs Green and Bi'k Tea.
AL60, PKALEHS IX
AND OTHEB PRODUCE.
(I, T mm4 T9 Ttai Mtl, OlS O.
Wo have a Large Stock of tha following Oils in ntore, in prime order,
which we ofler to the Trade very Low :
Standard White - - 110 Fire Test.
Prime White 130 Fire Test.
50 Fire Test.
Water White "ARG-AND"
175 Fire Test.
ELAINE The Family Safeguard !
75 Ohio Levee.
QUOTATIONS FURNISHED ON APPLICATION.
GILES, BRO.& CO.
fiOS. 286 & 268 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO.
VK ARK M'ECIAI. ACJEXTS FOU
AXI HAVE A t VLL STOCK OF
AM AX ENDLESS VAKIETV OF
E.vli'n' FineGnlil Watclu-,
UoM 0 ri Cluiins,
Mlvrr Vmt I'liniua,
Nil I I'ickx,
( nrj stanila,
Jiulli r Itislira,
Oolil Walrh Kfys,
l4jral Stta ami Ilintfs,
liron.e i n niironn,
'1 Va St is,
Office and Parlor Clocks of every Description.
als and Tools for Jewelers.
U"Kvvry oie viaitlug L'UK.'AliO liniM cm" oar tstaWisliiurut ami examinv our liuoiUna
The .'liut(ivst 1'rir' i our M.jtl.i.
Cigars ! Cigars ! Cigars !
Wholesale and Retail Prices !
Fully alive to (lie dc-maml of tbe tunes, propone to rut hi i
LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF
At prirc that will romp.iro with the Uoi lliio In other articles, ia other worJj will put
Ilia gaoiUUown doni the olii
War to a Peace Basis,
And in proof of the fact would call the attention of tho Smokine
Public to the following prices: Connecticut Seed from 2 to 3 cents;
Seed and Havanna, 4, 5 and O coats; Key West Havanna, 8 to 10 cents:
and imported Havanna 15 cents each. He means business, and will
at evenincse low prices, maxe a iair living prom.
His liehtexDcnses enables him tocivo the publio the benefit of these
low prices, and in return solicits their patronage.
Smoking and Chewing tobacco, and Smokers' articles of all discrip
tions, constantly on hand, and will ba sold correspondingly low.
102 Commerial Ave. 2d Door Above Sixth Street.
CAIRO. TT ilaPJOIS.
ArS Tou Going to Paint?
THEN USE MILLER BROS
ltca.lv for use iu White, aoA over One Hundred Different Colore, m.l of .ti icily prime
W lute l end, incmiU I, in ! Oil Cbemlcaily coiubiuoU. wmianlr.t Much Haudaomemnt
Cheaper, ami to lusl TW Illi AS Ij.M. a auv olliw Mut. It liu Ukrn Itut t'imt l'riuiuru al
IM'ruty blate Kair of tlie L'uion, uwl I ni.uiT thounnl of tir flnfl tiocifr in thrcounlrv.
A-iJreu. 3VXXTTI3T1. nriOTHEIliH,
I'ricks keih tKD.sAMi ij! ciu se.Ni fittK. 81 St. Clair St., Cleveland. Ohio.
OWLY 8125 A YEAR.
( nffce I'm,
) rii IiKliri.
f poon Hol'lrr.H,
lips ami liiiblrt,
fiilvrr l liinillra,
Mi in Minis,
Ojiera OIusomi, Ae
I JBl I -QG
mis uncn iflsnriura-
Room and Board, lit and 2d
Floors, $2 50 per Day.
Room and Board. 3d Floor $9.00 Far Dr
Special Rates hj Week er IXeatfc.
A limltctl ntiniWr of rery deoirable family
room ran Jje iKcnrwl at ramonalile rate tor the
The rt. liarle Ik the )nrjrwtnrt bent aopolne
H Hiiiim! In .Southern illinoio, ami ia th leading
hotel in t.airo. N.'twlihln.lin(r tbe "Bed
KiM-k" rediictivn in lirii-en, the table will, a
lif evirvlllinfr tlt'it inn 1 fniit,.! in ina.Lal
Hue Wge nainple room for rnmmereiai ttT
elrr. on ground floor, freeof rharjre.
IT"AII iiaciniifoi giivsta eon reel to and Irom
the hotel without charge
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Cli.
Corner 19th St. and Commercial A,
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. 6ASIBIJB.
tn& BEST and CHKATX8T WJ90 MAX
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Pourth Street
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufacturee hie awn Horaa Shoea and
o PATRONAGE SOLICITED
ths uwki timniLi mil
THE ONLY 11UECT BOLTE TO
WASHINGTON CITY J
I'wr thi T .. ,b.Muu..VAH .
Centennial rotimt, or at Brood and Pine
Mreeta, in vicinity ot the LeadiuK hotel ia
l'hilmlelphiit, hh they may prefir. Holder of
through tii kfia
CAX STOP OFT AT THE
And vi.-it the Covrrnment buildings, and the
miny objurt.i of inu ionls in and about Washing
ton City . Truvtlt r.i dn ii injj
k ly.'l, He::::t, ::i CcafsMs Trip,
Should remember that the
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.,
lb Celebrated for it
Eletrant Coacho. Splendid Hotela. Grand
wiiisuiuuiui mountain ana Valley
Soennry, and the many polnta of
Hiatorio Intcreat AionT
F::: will ALWAYS h u LOW
As h Asj C'-i:r list
PULIJWAN PALACE CARS
It tin Throujrh '
friucal wsstgra ul laslsra ISiei.
fjoR TIIRttlliH TICKKTS. BAGciGAftE
J1 t ieck, Movement ol 'trains, Sleeping Car
Accommodation., ,Vr., Jkc, apply at llcket
Ullicv at all l'rini'ial I'oiuU,
NORTH. SOUTH, EAST OS WEST.
E. K. DOK8EY, M. COLE,
A't b'eu'l Tkket Agt. tien'l Ticket Agt.
f HS. P. rt VRItr. THOS. K. SHAKP,
Weateru PaMeiDre rAiet. Mtrof franp'
Dealer in Freeh Ucota
Batvaaa Waahlngtoei m4 nwami'll
yenuaa, adjolnmr Mammr'tk.':
KKEPS for aale UteM Beaf. Pet. t-
, Veal. Lamb, , Ae . e-I t t
KH It a, Te UailllM la a acaeMae af J
J'-4HlU1iiMI8fPUIt t. 1 C