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1 aa knWhU oMha .hot. order nxt
at than hall lb tint and third Mole lav
tm bkirUm Goouiwruial avenue, !M Uuut
.! . MM.Kf ,0. H.
I 4uV nUli uiUI-at , in UiM
I iaUga.' Hall . .
ChafKilir c uuunamu r.
" rvi AtEXAJtDKB LODGE, KO
r -V lwVpmdrni Orfc of (Mil-ft
I; 1 J nw, ourU wry THurwlav nil
I al haif-ilrTen, la llwir ball
( mrtsial avwun, tt w SUtb and Kera
n Ik lit
JUxvoaD, N. U
? ijKO KXCaMPHKIST. I
0. 0. F., mrrU
t vi oaj-riiowa
on the flint anl thud
id? in erar month, at tialf-paat
. X. Common. C P
ritHnrnncK vo.rr.A.F. Jtl M.
linld ttnuar eommunimuon in
aosic corner Commercial arenac
ami EiciiiJt icnvt, ob Uw awwna ana
Ih Maadar of each month.
j 0hf 33iilltiitt.
prorinf and Levering the Sllee
laelpl. fere it not for the euffrosslnj; aut ji ct
.netted with national finances which
v occupy the public mind, we should
ibtlett bear much more of ibe protected
jroveaienU n the MuaUaippl riv-r.
the reclamation ot its bottom land,
uo more important tea tier, pertaining
he productive wealth, and cunitaercial
onUffeaol the valkj, can bcouider j
by our people. '
r ."be lollowtojr, Iroiu the Kcw 0 lean.
'"ui will be tound ot lutcrvat In cou
sua witli the umiiri :
Due of toe first measure in llie itiier-
: ol the toulli aiid weal to tie pmKU
' tin) rwisaeuiOlinjr ol conri-ee is a
te bill that can be pad. We say a
ee bill, because we luugino a iarc
lion of the couDiry U not Jtt well
unh informed tt the grand lejulu to
acuieveabya vast piau ot river im
plement la support the report ot tne
xoinuiitiee revuuiuieudini; so atro
ation ol $15,OUU,UOU, tvto lor .o i.ue
tnta work, io incut the wains ol the
: tple most dbtrt.eed by vrvtateea und
' laugered by overdo., au epiiropna-
u oi ay 1,0AI,UUU would auswtr und
mid have a vastly bt-titr proi.-ci ol
t&xstei. That amount uuia closer
toting creYusisfcs ou4 ri'otore Uielcvtce
someiluiig like their condition bclcre
; r war. ihutlMMug svcurcJ, wc could
' .iil with Utter heart lor turveja und
; t njiiturity ot a general plan ol Improve
jnt. Jrorty-hve uiUiols is not
rxlraVHgaat sum to feiiU
Jr the otijccu sought. UuMuud
s spent rasily more tor vastly
' : taller results. But the public mind is
, a moodjo be alarmed by Isiyc appro
. lalions, even whtre a vast protit to' the
, untry is certain to accrue, liy poiu
'. out it gradually, si.d ileuion.-iiHtiii.'
benefits year by year, oppotitiou nui
s away, and the vs hoie country will
iHingly and iutellijicntly approve.
Let us have what we can oc.-.t obtain,
: 4 approptUiiou to repair UarnHBes and
i bim operation.-', tsy on the hadsi'lau
! reducing the Hood level, protecting'
,;e lanus iroiu oveinow aim reuunu a
tr-per channel, all at oue-'. Tins plan )
Uuctinf much attention, and oar, ll
rrt-et lit principle, which we ce no rea
u to douui.tlie greatest array of advan
ces in return lor the rmiisy. It very
mple, being only a moditieatloD of the
tty principle, which n to couline the
! atcis und force them toicourout th:
mom and thus iadun!ly lowi-r the
' ver level, so that at it- LVh-pt flood!
i permanent banks vud hold all the
i ater without the ntwMi.v of IiIrIi
vecs. Thus.it t'tily the rame volume
f water passed through the jorties at
le South iuss now that paed wlttn
tey weie first built, the level ot the
. ream would be about twelve to tour
n tcet lomer than i: was and i. lor
le width is the muie, whil the bottom
' twelve to fourU en Jtet Ix-low where it
The central idirs of this phn i to eon
' tie the river to its present bink- a id in
MS places to narrow the channel. K
e river cannot enlarge 1U channel, nor
rA rtd'..t i. Biu h .,iTMra fl.nr;i1t
arre crevaie. it wul ,.:our out tne
ottom by carrying in it swift f.od to j
ae sea the suspend'-d Sediment which L,
w being depusited ujeon the bottom ol
be whole river would tra dually became
reperaod the dood level would thiy
ink nntdl ihe prrv-nl leveej would alter
while become eii'.lrly miiKce-kary.
'I lie idea that the Kids plan would ptdl
l lilt Bl..U'y ".Ulirut.
( vue jireeruv !- te eriuuvuu-. u
' tie contrary tut- preliminary step i.f rut
cbem would b to perfect our levees by
; losiDjr all the crevan-e in order to gt
:il the flood to tconr emt the bottom ol
.He river. Thtu he would proceed to
protect the banks against caving by
nattresi work and tne present levees
vould tbu become permauent, aud so
tmain until the confined and controlled
: vaters could dig room enough out ot the
ottom to hold the highest flood within
,be ordinary banks.
1 From this explanation it will appear
bat there la no compromise possible
jetween our levee advocates and the
Iver Improvement advocates, headed by
ijapt. ds. Let the levees be slightly
alsed. and the crevasses closetl as a
preliminary to the execution ot air. E ails'
"permanent works. This will not only
protect us from immediate as well as
ultimate overflow, but It will give our
opening grain trade deep water from St.
Louis and Cairo, which is of the utmost
tome Saaod Pointa
ChicafO ioUr Oceau.
Judge Booth makes a number ot good
points In lavor ot romoQclization. He
t I 1. Previous to the d-mouetlzation act
ln 1873 the coin dollar of the I'nited
States was either silver ot the weight ot
aH oralna. nine-tenths tmre silver, or
f gold olthe weight of 258-10 grains, nitie
i tenths pure gold; and both were equally
'i legal-tender in payment ol debts, public
'and private, to any amount.
I 1. 'o act ol congress was ever passed
'autboriiing the is,-ue of bonds payable
; In cold to the exclusion ol silver; but ail
' i issues ol booda were expressly made
4 Duvabie in coin, therebr Including both
t ; yoia tua siiTer,eeepi, tne ei oi .ian.il.
, 11N50. WllICU. auiuonzeu eno hiuu oi
iitwin.Utn ihe amount ol 6.000.000 Divas
1 Mm In nln ne ntlier lawful mouev. which
was understood to include greenback!.
X To prevotit all possible tolsippre
brnaion ou the Dart ol the public credit
on, Ihe act of July, 1870, requires that
all bond thereafter lsued should con
tain ihe recital : "Kedeemable at the
ok-asureof tho Untied States atwr the
BeaC 1T Ol Dtwiuuw, a. '. iwi, in
5 coin of the standard rxlue ot the Lultod
i-ia... nn aaid Jutr 14. 1S70," etc. If.
Mrefore. ojr bolder ot these bonds has
w entertained the Idea that they were
s be paid in gotdonly.it was Mi own
-;tof rony. aince is waawuiy nroMrj
f fclm to read th printed contraet evi-
-nf hit s'lkun "ror. wraini
MKM01UA1. IMKODfCSU IX TUB S1AKT
LAND LKOMSTl HE DEMSNDI.NO a COS.
CKESSIONtL K.NQ11KY-EVIDESCE OF
AX IXTKXTiri.N IS WISHING TON TO HOVE
t rOS THE ESKCtTIVK.
(SptcUJ Ttleg'tm C'hlcajo Timi )
BaUImohe, Jau. 8. In the Maryland
hou.-e ol il leg tt s to-day Mr. Montjjoui
eiT Hislr iutroduceil a memorial 'bng
conpreM to luvcatiifute llie title of Mr.
lfaycs to the oillciu'f pretiucnt. .Mr
Blair mad-? an elaborate ipcech on the
memorial, lie ured the Importance tj
the country of obtaining a rightful Iu
tiou to the onestlon Involved. The pre s
ent prostrate condition of bumuest com.
pel led u to look lor Its cause beyond our
immediate control, and in dolus this we
could no. Ml to see that It was largely
and lo the want of timeouddenee in pub-
ic aflfairs, as they hsvu keu and arc
Jikely to bes'tminl'terea by an executive
eovernment owing IK iiow.-r to corrupt
lutluend', and not repuusibie to the
people. Every man knows mat me imin
who now hold ihe presidential cnair
IX PkFlANCE OF ri BI.10 OPINION.
liis title was obuined.as his partisan
followers now acknowledge, by bargain
ing with the retuniiriff board of f.ouWIans
and his polities! opponents. It is thcre-
Ilure ol the fltrt iiDjJOrtanee that the
eonntrv should be aroused to Die true
.situation ( I affairs, and that those who
are siding with Its plunderers, by what
ever name they call thenm lvea. should
be seen in their true character. Our
politics no loiif er turn upon
That issue has been kept up by the
jobbery cloves lor the purpose ot eon.
oealinj their schemes till it bas resulted
in protratins all business. Now when
THE WOLF IS AT THE DOO
the people nf the northern states see that
they have beeu misled, and all that is
wanting to .way them with the Imnest
men of every section i that the represent
tatives ot the south should thow their
reaoincFS to put down corruption. They
are in open alliance with the admln'Mra
OWKS ITS FOWKR T Till: JC'CBLI:f.
The president':' messase, iu (-;rikin
contrast with the report of his secretary
ol the interior, manifests Lis. purpose to
co-operate with tliem, and he is doling
out appointments to the southtru leader!
In congress, having put one in the pv?t
office rte partrr.cut, one ot those by whose
defection the president
ELECTTD BY TIIE PEOI'LE
was deposed. Thus while the iiorUiTii
peo le bave been made to believe that
the south was mildly democratic, in
older to mue the election a question ot
sectional dominion, we find that the real
queetiiin was whether tho rapacious corporation-which
have brought thecountry
lo ii ruinmis condition should hf c'mi
tinupJ In power. It is in vuln t hofx'
while our public councils are on-iti-lii'od
that iiotwithftandlDjf Ihe unlis-pni
eil baiikrupiry tipntt u we hsve a vnu'e
and house of representatives voting nu
Incre t-e of the army, and an appropri
ation for star service in the post-oftice
department. Committees ol both -,
Oin.lMZi.il TO ROB THE COfSTP.Y
cd hundred j of millions in the way ol
subsidies to railroad, are not wautin;.',
and a president elected by the lrau I ol
tbee great iiitt-re-ts is ready to co-op-eca'e
in cHrryirij rut their schemej. It
may U.- sid that we ought liot W iiie
the pre-idniI contest again lit cause ,?
loii:if o wo way disturb U- I'tuiitrv.
'!"'- are the counseUol
iimuum , not or whim.m.
If uic lact r cited iu the memorial le
tr,(8 a2il;.fjori j.
agiiawon isuLnjunueijiui, ouiy
by what I- duo to the rights ol tho peo
ple, but every material lntere-t requires
that our aOairs should l plac-d in the
band of those who will oliey the will of
the eeiple. and take ofl the load ol taxa
tion h!ch has brought lliem to poveriy.
ox a or ihk sutks
Aliof voice has been set aiide, and she
has the same right as Louisitna or Flor0
lda to remonstrate against the corrup
tion by which it was done, and no tints
should be lost Pi pretenting her rcinoo-
MR. lliXCS HEFMED
that he, iu common with the majority of
the party to which he belonged (the re
publican), di'nied tiiat the president se
cured theofttce by fraud, but that A. II.
Stephens had said he held it by as good
a title as uny gentleman who ever held
the (Sice. He spoke ol Mr. ttlalr'g
Fjieech as the strongest libel ever heard
ou the democratic party.
said he was one ol those who would in-sl-t
that this sealed beok of our troubles
shall never be opened again. He approv
ed oi the course ot the president as noble
and that of a in an who acted upon his
moved to lay llie resolutions ami mem
orial on the table. I.oet yeas, l;t ; nays,
moved its rclcrence to thecomitiitteeou
federal relations, which was adopted.
StATon Pii'MB, one of tho Ilepubllcan
senators tor Kansas, said in a late Inter-
"The fact thoe eastern bankers,
capitalists, and bondholders Seem to
have lorgotteti that there are any other
inurcsts to be consulted except their
own. a Iipv make their money out ot tie.'
great producing regions west and somh,
and lliey secni to think that is all the
rights we have; that they have all the II.
nancial wisdom, and that the entire lefflg.
latlon on this sublci must be directed by
them aud in their Interest. 1 warned my
friends there that they were earn ing
this thing too far, and that they did not
understand the temper of tho western
people; and while 1 would not go it fir
as Mr. Bland did In his public expression
In reply to the bankers who visited Vah
logton, till there was more irutn than
poetry In what he said, and that one ex-
tireiunn bad a wonncrrui enect in otieo
Ing the eyi of thveasUtro golJt pain
Oh of the candidates for the United
States senate In Ohio does , not conceal
his opinions. Mr, rendleton's platform,
as atated by himself, Is the repeal tf ihe
resumption act; the reuiomtl.atlon cl
silver, with freo coinage and unlimited
legal tender, the payment of customs
dues equally ell her in silver or green
backs; no contraction ol j;reenbucks, gnj
flnully, he say : "The l.ue ol all clicu.
latino medium by tho government nmk
ing it all silver gold aud greenbacks
equally leal lender, aud maUiue the pa
per and coin interconvertlblo at par."
Tlie .'lerry Dj of Old.
In reading of llie middle ge9 oi.'e I
struck by the accounts given ol lean oi
strength, etc., i f llie lile t.ctcr! ot tho
times. The suits ol aimor worn, wouul
certainly Indicate ihe po-f c?.-ion ol gw."
cr physieial streinrih than I developed
by men in these latter day?. What
wrought the change? Men lived In the
merry day a more outdoor lile Ihan this
advanced civilization ol ours can afford.
There i- a greater cLJuniption ot brain
matter, and that iticreuM d dt ni.ind on
mcn'dl and physical po.ver necessitates
theu-eof a pure vegetable, Siiimilant
ionic, such as the' Uouie Stomach Ihu
(irllrlHl Deltllil .
Vital weakness or depression: a weak
exhausted fceuiijr. no nerjiy or courage;
the result ot mental ovcr-vvor!:. itidi.-
cretions or exce-.-'es, or some drain on the
system, is always cured by Humphrey V
LloiUeOimtillC JMKCUIC AH. It tOIH t.
up und Invigorates llie yste:ii, Imparts
sireni'ih and energy .-tops the drain i:d
rejuvenates the entire man. Been used
twenty years witu perlect facet' -s py
thousand.-. Sold hy dealers, rrice ii
per single vial, or i" per package tf ftve
vials ami $2 vial of powder. S i.t by
mail on. receipt of price, .ddress
Humphrey's Homeopathic M iliciiif
Comn.-iirv. IW rultcn .-lictt . V.
A r.eutle Hint.
In u;r style ot climate, with i" -in! !.:n
:h!tnge ot temperature rain, wind and
sunshine otieri intermingle in a tingle
day it H no womb r tiiut our el.il n n.
tiietuls and relatives are to Ircijin .Mly
taktu Iroio us by injected cold-, h iif the
deaths reiu'tinir directly from this cause.
A bottle td iioschee's Gciiil.iii Syrup kept
about your heme for immediate tisc will
prt vent serious fickties?, :t largt? doctor's
bill, aiul perhaps dcati:, by ihe n-c of
three or four do-es. Fcr caiiii Con
sumption, Ileiiionlii s, rneurnoma..
severe Cottlis, C;up, or any disea-e ol
tlie Throat or Lung--, irsjiiccess istiraply
wonderful, as yi urdrui.-t will fell you
(iirman Syrup is uuv sold intvtry town
and village m this continmf. Sample
bottl-s for trial, hv.; TejL'uhir size, 7.
Whenever und Mhrirtrr
Di-e;ise of a eholeruie t pe prevail, or
there is caue to rj pn henJ a visit l.-om
them, the system shout I Ih- toned, regu
lated and ri interred by a cour-e ol Hos
teller's Stomach Hitters. I'erf- ct die"
lion and a regular habit ot body are the
best tatcguirda agaii.s: suuli nuladies,
and both are s'-enred by th'n ii.e-tiniablt
tcnie ar.d ulonii;. The nn.'rrs art
al-o i xircmeiy iv.'.cl L- 111 teiuedying
Midi ilivirder-. Ii' pri.itip'.iy taken In
bilious colic, dijri '.co i and choiern mor
bus, ihe' ili-ea:c i- u-n,iiiy it Us' I ut( ii. In
dlarrlta-i cite-, it is oidy necessary to
restore th tone t,t tl:e relaxed bowels,
alul this U ot.c of the S-Jn.C. Ji2 eilctCs 0!
this medicine. Wind on h: PK.iinch.
heiiriburn, biliousness, iau;i-a. l ead o he
and other" symptom' ol tli-turbunce In
the ga.-tric and hepatic regions fare i.No
speedily relieve by IhU txc-.llei.t i ciii' dy.
As a timliy medlciiic it iJ iavalti'dile,
since it promptly and complvtcly P-me-die
th';-.e ailiiients which are of iiet
f ((iieiit o-'correuc .
. J It X TO I OS I RSt lllllV.
OKHCK OF CITY C'LEP.K, 1
diro, Lin., Jau. 3, lh.s, j
i ;d propo-alswill be received at this
OiUeC', Un ti led lu tho city COUncllof C'alio,
li.iooi, until a o c ouK lueUay tVcum,
Keurtury loih, A. 1. !97w j,,. die CoIibUUc-
liou ot a one njifu iron btlde, together
wiin tne appruicnes or auutmtnt auu
louiid iliuii, cru Ca.-hu rH'i-r, u:.out one
and one- u.l mi;es iruiu .M'nind t;'y ri
ro..d uepo ., uu lour iiuies n inn ol inecliy
of Cairo, iu tne eouutiks of Aieznder an j
l'ula.-U, state ot IJinoie, BccnrJiiii; to ihe
tilana biid eoeeiil.'aiiuns prepared ny J diu
1. Uely, fl., U K uow on file aad iU j-
Jocllo exauiinalloa in thi.i cilice, tne rpecl-
uc iliuns ol which are ai I iliows. Viz :
Sau! tiliJjei.i.i tre-Ue huik io I e made
iij of eiyhie. n 1S) opi nlngfol eight en (.S)
leel uoui ceDiic iu eetiiro oi l0 lr, elm
rpau ol one hunlred (UUj ltd auruea the
Tne one hundred ('Oil leut kpau 1 1 be ol
Iron, aud n prciiiuriioueel tintlu lua I ol ten
(lii) lorn- Uihl ihuteJ over twet'ty ('.'(i) Hnca
teet at tho centre o the i( un , sluil not
slram llie lion over twelve tiuusoiJ
(1J OcO) pnuiidD per mjuare mcU ti n.-ile, it
uur Dtvcii ttinu-uu'i Dvo iiuihiuii (,.1'iji
pounoi per aqttare ineU rbeni'lug Mi',1111
tne Mraui iu euuipit .-inn to ne in at
lea-t In the iirouorilon ti tus ritio oi
lcn"lh to uiainctur, by (.iorilon'v formula
i ne snaii ol Mil a tirnlire to lie one Min-
a.-eJ (IC") lectin the clearaad the toadway
twelve (Li) let ntila.
Ihefljurto he ol whita oak platils two
aud Obe-halt ihj inches thtcit au i not over
twelve (l.l tiicar iue.
The floor beams to be ol wl Ite onk and In
rroportion to the baUnc. ol iba one huti
elietttO) (eelHiim structure, ami alo to
oe provnieu wuu n aunauio ax.'e gilaru.
1 lie ubave to rot unou Iron eolunin nro-
pirtieinea to the structure lobe supported,
uie column ai eacn inu oi t'ie timt or Iron
np.m lo be I'licu'ioi) a tiuid 1 . 1 ivX 12, twen
ty (iO) let t Ioiik uiortieea autl tenoned tin
Buiueifuinuiniicrol waito oik plitJ", tirm
ly uriven into tliu ricr t,ni,k,
The bents lo h luriuedoil.itirnos'alriVi'
lll .'hcs reiumri-, the two inner parti to Hand
perpendicular and the two outer part in
be iranieil ainl bland at a butter ol onu in
eij.'lit. Tho cap and sill oi the benti, to be
HXli Itira npute tiinher, t le cspit to ba
twenty (2i) (vet Ion.', aud the hiIIn to tiro-
Jcl on each eml two leet pa--l the outer
e. g oi tan ou'siue po.-ie. ihe pouts to be
uio' lieed and tenoned iulo the cairn and nlm,
aud each tenon to be pinned with two
three-quarter (J) inch i-qii iio iron pit: a, and
eacti tietit to he braced by two. diagonal
braeen ol irch plank, well titlad and
piked on cap,, ln.u und tilU.
The fieutii iu ru,t or utand ti ion four mud
sills 12X12 lui Iuk and elKht 181 leet long et
In the grottud and placed on me alignuieut
of the work.
The currwe way of the Jtrcstlework to
l)eslxtven(lx)let wide, the floor plank
to be ttiiee luclicn and nut over twelve
ii:) iiictin wi.lc.und to be well spiked ou
lo the atrugers aud lio.ir beams.
The Hour uesiun to b mt.de up as (nllnws
two (2) atrinicere f hXl'i Ineboa st on the
ejpa aud eixieen (HI) teet annrt Irotn ouu
side to outihle, ih njiica bstween said
atiiugwito dt nuavily divided lor seven
.OUR -JI0TT0: " The Best Goods at the Lowest P rices
f ' 'J "' ' H ' c,
Corner 8th street and Commercial Ave.
Dry Goods, Boots and ! Shoes. "
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter, . ,
. Cheese and Flour.
PRINTS, DOMESTICS, BLEACHED MUSLINS, SHIRT
IXGS, FLANNELS, TICKINGS, DRESS GOODS, SILKS.
A lull line of Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil Cloths, Curtain Dam
asks, Ladies' and Musses' Boots, Children's Shoes, Gent's Boo t
This stock Is entirely New and Fresh. 8peelal attention flven to Country trade.
0 if Stock embraces everything needed In the City or Couniry, in Groceries or Dry
G.iods. flense give u a call, examine our goods and nrlces before you buy.
(T beams of 3X12 indies each and each let
oi Hour beatus orsnana to bare three ct) neta
ot "ler.iabana brletjjiuj; ot 2X1 inch cant-
i'he ftriniren and Boor beams to rett at
Itsit six (r) iuchts on tht cap".
'lhe. etiiiife'ors 'o coiinect by half jo'nts
and io be I'a.-tcned to the caps by one inch
round spikes or bolts eighteen (lti) inches
A railirc oi ballasten four (4) feot hiuh
l oe constructed oa each side ol above oi-
ciIkiI tre-ttevvork, ihe posts to beSXtJ
itx'h clersnnd braced on thecapsaadfasten-
ec on to tne si-ingirrs oy iwo (2) one-bail
it.ch bine. Thii can o be nix IB) teet
;i?r; t io hand rail 2Xl incheo, aud an
ile vuard oi 2i2 locher, all Bell tastencd
ui i i t!ie posts.
Allot ihe aonve tjmliM to be ol whlto
oi burr osk of ben qua llty, and
ite work dane in a tliirouih und work'
nnolikein nner, and under the supervimon
oi tUcIi prr-ou aa ihe committee on streets,
ortn ciiy joudc:ioi tQe city el Cairo may
1 he approaches to above t-estlework and
b'i if-'e to be of eatdi and with a siope ol
Ml more than one iu ten tnd nut le-n thau
nivteen (Itii lect wide ou lop. with a slope
io tan oas; oi one in two. ."seperate Ouu
will bo received lor iron gpau, including
alut.nt.nts and fouridiiinn, (or the wooden
tra.-tle ooriioo nt said brldirr, and tor the
etiibsn kpproaches, or fcr Uie entire
'. ha lL'iu to reject any or all bids, is re-
toTVcd. J, h, Philms.
did. City Cleik.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Vholc.aU aad Kctail Deuiert in
Foreign and Domestic
OF ALL. UI.VDS.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
Mt55P1. MYTH A C., hv OBsiauily a
larye nock ol the I et rood iu liie " ar
ket, and iriv.e-jeot,i ultenlioa to the whole
thlt bra..th ol u.e tiusiueei.
(.iij Nuloia! Bilk D liliing, cp.auuia.
Trm ejldt 5Ublihil A$nrf m Sonrhern
Illinoli, and rrpreseotlDg over
IBS 000 000
Salo:n and Restaurant.
THE LEST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Con'antly on hand. Alw has constantly
on hand a
Large Supply of
ORAUGES. APPLES. ETC,
At Wholesale and Retail.
Al the Old Delmonico Hotel,
5-im So. OS Ohio Lcvec.
-i 1'KK fiUAnANTEEn
I iHirnbeyaarcue, and Knd
DISEASES J :r'X7
Sl Mt. Vtrnon 8liet, Hulmidphi. ' '
i v!:, ImAl Mm
St. Louis, Mo.
IHOS. A.KICE, &. U.l. l.B.,1
IAS. BICE, A. M., Principals
J, H. HUBWOOD,; J
FULL LIFE SCHQLftriSHIPJ SSI 00
MOhT Comtilete, Thorough ' and PracUoa.
oiir or nttidy iu th Unliwl RtaHa a
counw lnIin)H'iiiihl to evarryouBff Dian cm
harktiigon the icaof life ,
Far Illustrated Olreolar, "
I HejiJ. A.I11CE, A, M..h n
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
0mt nit wir WasS
aioo a iDoniu
UMU. 1WK OraiB
Orders for Coal by the car-load,
ton, or In hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Offlct oa whH nnat. foot of Suth trM."
Office ot HttUidiiy Brothm, oppo.itc L
fifTpf.an Mills, Twentieth trret.
Coal JLtump, foot of Thirty-tifHitlKttrec-t. or
I'on Olhc lrwr j'
ilisaf Braves I k
and all kinds Country Produce.
93 Ohio Levee, Cairo. Ills.
33. IF ISisis
Paints. Oils, Varnishes
Wall Paper, "Window OUas, Win
dow Shades, &c.
ilwava oo hand, the oeltlrati lllumlaatl
Oornea ElTnth Street and Waabl
JD XT T OH 3311,
Dealer in; Fresh Meat
Between Washington and Com
meroial Avennos, adjoining
aimuj vxoMHtliuvB 'nun nautili aqi u
wu -ttavaoxvja uuvu aiuo
. STBATTON & BIRD
Ac' ti: AMERICAN POWDER CO.
!7 OjipLA"iy f.
Public notice la hereby Riven that tb
partuer.blp eatitlDir between W. F.
schuekem and K. 11 Tlilelecke la on tMc,
thoBi.t day of January, A. 1. 1S77, dla
aolved, E. II. Ttiiulceke retiring from the
Arm and W. F. Scbuokera continuing the
bualna.a under blaown name.. Mr. W. . K.
Hcbtickera aaumlng all linbilitloa and col
lontiiiK a I tbe debt due Ibe former tirm ol
V. V. Schuokera A Co.
Dated January lit, A. D. 11477. ' 1
; . W. If, 8CHCCKMS,
E H. TniELBCKK '
A YEAR. Arent. wanted. Dual
nnalrrttlawH-, IVrtw iUaK(rf; ',
ra. awM m a-aM.v e 1 1 1 V
rrtMlajl M.KW fcHHkl
r.-SHVoV.".- Contra ot
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee, -
And At -l'
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR, ! ?
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-ill Colors Eeady for ib W,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfbot Oil, i v
banner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
ThpKlgia iioi-osons Can.
Tho Only Perfect Can in
th9 World. Made of Glass
and i not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
The best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Eveden. Wo sell at their prices
wVT:-' -""3 X
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynes' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Lat week I bought a 10 cent package of Waahme and dona my walking In one ball
tbe utuni time at le-. tban bail the coat ol Soap. My elotbea were wbiier. 1 did not
ave to rub tbem, and it dl i not briuk my woolens, and for once 1 waa enabied to get a
bot oinner on Monday. So ladle, uy it, and you w 11) nve labor, time and money, ilia
perfectly safe to ute it.
5 and 10 cent Packages
Wholesale and Retail,
Golden Lion Cologne--0' WuSm!0
German Syrup and August Flower, "
Homeopathic Medicines, '
Irish, French and American Glues, - j,, - -Gelatine
for Table Use-Very Cheap1
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Stylei i
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder, 3
Wax Flower and Artists'; Materials
French, English and American Perfumery .
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
The Best Extract of Buchu, J .
The Best Sarsaparjlla and, Blood Purifler
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods' Pills, "-; ' -" '
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic ''" '
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Feather Dusters and - Counter Brushes (.
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine "
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
Pure Imported Bay Huhi, Nple ndid-Canada Tiir
Nonp English and American Soaps Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extract In orff I '; " f;1,-'sf"
nal Bottles or la Droken Qoantl- irvw
' ties as wanted at low prices, a1,-: "
,1JI V ll
. i i.-:
. i-f - ''
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. S. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by the
U. S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY'
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rate the
same with Insurance Companies, Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels.
Buy WASHINE AT BABCLAY'S. '
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
eitaiWr .r t
At Bccla'C Si6lo.
Su-" Cvn latkia, Hia
, a t.tha tnK tartalna,MHaH