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VOLUME XII. CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TnUIUI.AMORN
I VJJUiUW .siAJ- ... m MM
1 I - PI?, TOft R fOMPsS
Dh.Wm . H. Smith, Jr. Pr.Wm. It. Bmni
OJTICE: Ho. l Thirteenth Htreot, between
. "!VlQFlDKl', Avoo and Walunt Street.
QKOROE II. LEACH, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
. Bpnclal attention paid to the Unineopath'c treat
ent of iorgkal dlaeasel, aud dlataica or women
andehildreu. , ,
Office: No. V Eiflhlb street, twar Commercial
vetine, Citro, III.
II. MAPJEAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
OnVe 120 Commercial a venae. Iluldeuea corner
ronrvmih tit. and Wantilwrton avenue, Cairo.
TQK. E. W. WH1TLOCK,
Ornci-'Ko. Commercial Aicr.oe. between
SiguUi and Ninth Btreeu
JU. W. C. JOCKLYN,
CHFICB-Klchth Street, near Commercial Atenae
flAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE bsS2 STATES.
abdafu Mu.dy..'an V.h. and until turther
notlte the frryt)0l will mua inv
U1TU Lt-Vit liiTH
foal Koarth it Miwonrt Latid'g. Kentucky Ld'R
l:rt a.m. m. a. m.
W.fOa. m. 10:30 a.m. 11 a. m.
.Op. m. S.Kip. tn. 3 p.m.
4: p.m. 4:)p.ro. o;U)p..
j p.m. 3:30 p. m 1 p. ro
JIIIX AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. ARA IN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Htehent Cafh Price Paid for Wheat.
8TOVE3 AND TIKWAHS.
ALL SORTS, WZRS ANH STYLES,
' Maoufsctun-r t and Dealer in
I TIN, COPPEK & fiHEET-IRON WAICE
f A1.1. KINDS Of JOB WOKK DUNK TO ORDKH
f NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
I Cairo, - Illinois,
yOCUM & HRODERICK,
STAPLE am) FANCY
Washington. Avenue, Cor.
GlHO - - l.L,!4
EW YORK STORE,
WHOELSALK AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TllK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIER it CO..
co,.NiauTnth.tn (!airo, 111.
tr Commercial Awnu I '
WOOD YARD. ,
Qt AY. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
At Seventy-fivo cenW per loud.
Stave Trim mi ntrn
At ono dollar per load.
TUe "trtuiailii(ri"Kr coarM abvlf d ak
Ut bwt anmrnM wood for cooking PrrjwM ii
U ikii chf apt wr aold la Calm. For black-
Uvn yottr ordars at tan Tvulh at wit wo
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of
lO BROADWAY ISTKW YOKK
The Popularity of the Equitable Life Assuram
indicated by the fact that for Eleyen years its average an
nual New Basinet has been larger than that of any other
Company in the world, is due, in
known promptness in the payment of P:ath Claims, and its
rtue never w iuk? auiauui
equitable claim exists.
As a GUARANTEE of this, and to counteract the perni
cious influence of a technical policy, adhered to by mam
companies, the Equitable makes ALL ITS POLICIES, old and
new, throughout the United States.
After the policy has been in force for three years.
"TV. flnnitnMe Life
ization to January 1st,
closed its books upon that date witnout a con
tested or past due claim."
The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
TONTINE SAMNGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life
Ry the late report of the Insurance Commissioner for the
itates of Massachusetts and New York, the Equitable Life
Assurance Society shows the
FIRST The Equitable has
HUties than any of the
OIAAM if" x nv a,4u, tu.v
th;lll anV Other Company.
THIUD-The Eqnitable'8 death rate was less last year than
il . ll. . ortvrirlf0
anv oiner oi un; icmuiKi tuiuuuuiio.
FOURTH The Equitable real izc& a higher rate of rent, or
" .... ii .....
interest, on real estate
TbcSoeietyUkM plewnro in rcferriiiff
tneu Insured in the
ADVISORY BOARD OF
t!iO. W. HALLIDAY, CaahtM City yatloml
FRASK L.OALIOUBlt, Cairo Cltj mllli.
J. M. miLUPH, Preiltknt Hallldaj A VhlH
I'ArLO. 8CHTJI1. Wkol'l and retail dntR-
Wltt-UM 8THATT05. of StratH)n A Bird
A Co.. Iloul stoma auo
PKAN K llOWR. of C. M. none A Bros., pro
vUlutiK and pioduco.
KKKKMT 11. PETTIT. Oroferlif. quwnre
and notlonf .
For any Information or Insurance apply to any Member of
the above Board or to
A. BTJ:BN:KTT, Agent.
Corner Twelllli St.. and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
W. S. CRAISE. Orntl Jluncr for Illinois, Iown, Kehruflka, attd tho
the United States.
a great measure, to its well-
f nimiVilitirKi wliPI'A fill
has mid since its orcran-
1880, $51,882,736, and
insure to a degree before
following strong points:
a larger ratio ot assets to lia-
i mnrft Of its income last Year
than any oiner company.
to the following well known bulum
society, composing an
REFERENCE FOR CAIRO:
KIMTSOJ? II. TABKB, of Tabar Droa
WILlflAM V. tlPI'KT, AaaiaUat poolDiaater.
w. K OOUL80N. Dry uood. fancy Rotxla and
TB08 8, TAR ft, denoral merthandlsa and
JACOll WUKOEK,of Borg.T Broa. dry Rood
JOHN HI'KOAT, Proprietor "Sproal
OKO. R. LKNTZ, SiipurluU-ndent Cairo City
UKKBKRT MACK1K. of A. Matklo A Co.'i
chicaoo, Novem ::::r:iv.::::
i 1 m w m m a k 11 a m i w i - . a.
0U N'ne yet.
Who tt jHnun, I
cuiniH-r, $1 OCJ.
X10:21 . m.-Oats,
ClUCAOO, NiTeinlCl"KHMAS AND THE ONLY DH KllrTiu.u,
11 LJ I , . iri'U. Aimrili.v.al I rr . .' """'
SIT """ ' """'J sasswassi
t TKfclWKjJanMry,! A
ber. J.au.ry, 43K43' riA'
Outs Ncivemlirr, 81Jc;
KRW YOKK OKAIN.
Nsw YoitK. Norember. 17 I2.-01,'
Wlieitt firmer -No. i ChicaRo,
l 1; No. 2, Milwaukee $1 2)
red winter, $1 171 24;
inPr t( 2iu
Corn-tiuiet No. 2, 58?.f50c.
Liveupool, Noyember 17, 2:00 P. M.
Wlient Ktidcorn nnchD2cd. HE.
-" " ' and
LATEST BY TKLEOKAPH.
Illinois Odd Fellows' Encampment.
Danville, III., Not. tC The grand en
csnipmeut of Independent Order of Odd
Fellowa ot Illinois convened in this city to
tiny, Chief Patriarch W. E. Carlin, of
Jersey ville, presiding, and all the encamp
ments oi the state being represented. Con
niilerablo lusinosi was transacted, after
which the various officers were elected
J. P. Foai, of Chicago, was elected chief
Datriarch: J. II. Miller, of DanriUo, was
elected hih Driest; Gconre W. Akina, of
Nashville, senior whrdenj J. C Smith, of
Chicago, scribe; B. Qartisen, junior warden.
The eocampment adjourns this eeniog
when tho grand lodgo will convene.
MUalssippl River Improvement druven
Nkw Orleans, Nov. lO.-Tho Missis
ainni Valley interstate convention to the im
provetnent of the commerce and navigation
of tho MitiBissippi and its tributaries met
to-day in tho hall of the house of repre
.ntHtivM. Gcorire 8. ShioWa of Missouri,
I " C7
Mourned until to-morrow.
Female Ueroism Frustrates an Awful
Haskibal, Nov. 10. A case of female
heroism which resulted in saving many
live and yaluablo property has just come
to Unlit. At tho littlo station of Carbon,
near Macon, on the Hannibal and 8t.
Joseph railroad, last Saturday night, some
train wreckers opened the switch and roll
... !.,. mutn tralr flat PUT Ioi1h(I
with bridge timber, the iutentkm being to
or (rain due t lcw m!nutes
ut tho fiends thon went away. Two
.... .L.lnn nn lm trmrV- ni1 inotHiitlv dl.
f"iums v -
ving tho situation they took a lighted lamp
lmmtho house and made their way to
hu rarl- tn warn tlia lsist annroachinDf
K;,. -TUe wiod bY8W i
ful gusts and every moment threatened to
eitinguiah their feeble iifht, but to avoid
this which would render them poworless to
prevent the frightful fate that seemed to
await the train with its precious load of
living frioght, oue of the brave womeu held
her hand over the chimney of the lump
until it was burnt and blistered. The eu
Rtuoor law this beacon, interpreted its
meaning and stopped the train lew feet
from the ponderous obstacle, which was
Loon removed and the train passed on.
. rrk .!..... n.i..nni nni Irnnw mi'ir
peril and slept as sound an if in their beds
at home. Tho railroad compiny, however,
will properly reward tho heroinea for their
Romantic Encape From Jail.
LicnANoN. Mo.. Nov. 10. Wm. F. Martin,
w, W81( Hi:ntcncud to be hanged at tho lllht
I . . .
I...- r ll... T. .,1.. ..nnlu mrxlliV Pillirf
luriii i'i ioo lirtvitiiu ...vm. v ,
and whose motion for a new trial U now
pending in the hupreine court, made his
earane from tho liil to-ilny, and is now id
birgti. Tim ciiTiiinst niri'ti under which ho
...... n.ul uru fHthiT lu'i iilinr. and has a
ulunii'Ur of romnnci! around it. A ftirl
alinut wvmtei n yoirs old, niece of tho
jailer, bits bi'i'n tor mn' time interested In
Martin. He is a voting until of fluu address,
and tho girl fed him through tho grates of
- . I
.Sold by PAUL G. 8CJJ iTn TA tt?m"f I t u- :
H-"""- bl tAi 031117
Ihu Cnhllfi fnr
December, aficr that at hi.
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S'trCft- - V., and 43 3fiik Sheet, Uoston.
"clveodo Dr. fihernian
Cores by ABSQBI'TIOy (Xatu
A lHUN(f DISEASES,
imflA THING Troubles
It 1 1 1 . A It' w L'lii .ii .i ' . .
inr a v n r-- iirni n -
sentil WSANDS TESTIFTTO ITS VIRTUES
t..;r. ""J...r'."'-U weoifMd parts the col.on.
staim iuucilll UeiieUeVCt am ('nrnri
The CUilh or 'lut ' . receipt
very laiei ,or E A T FS A JIANLEY,
forcmbly n'. .. T'hn 134 MH(li8()I1 8(;c
i CHICAGO, ILL.
CHrilrons b.' ....
a-.M. four u-Kwino awtbwnt
icureD.lI- i Q )
nes of pi I l V
and thou L XI. KJ
of a series
Me.Ty," ie'ime of
have ever appca
with four illustrations L
"The 8ixth Year of
beautifully illustrated, is j)
description by Catherine . '
New Year's celebration in C.
Miss Sarah O. Jewett contrib '7
"Two Mornings," with an illm. '
Henry Jainns, Jr's., novel, "Wat .
Square," is concluded in this number,
will be followed by a new serial novel,
titled "A Laodicean," by Thomas Hard,
The editorial departments arc well t
Harper's weekly paper, the Young Pe
pie, Bam and Weekly, grow more popul
with every issue; especially is this so wl-o
"Young Pooplo," which is decidedly thi'3
best paper for boys and uirls ever placed n
before the American public.
Jcst heard from Tom Harris of Virginia
City, Nevada, he writec, that the doctors
had given up all hopes ot saviving mm,
he bad Albuminuria in mo worst iorm,
was induced to try Spring Blossom he is
now bowing his stamping mil! as usual.
rices: GOc, trial bottle lOcls.
MivruciMt MnniKRsIl MoTiiKitslll
Are you diaturbed at night and broken of
your rent by a sick child suffering aud cry
ing from the cicruciating pains of cutting
teeth? It so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Boothintr fyrup. it win
relieve tho poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it: there is no mistake
about it. There 1h not a mother on earth
u-hn hit fiver used It. who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the IwwcIh,
and give rent to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating hko mngic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and lxst female
phymciaus and nursea in the lotted States.
Bold everywhere. Twenty-five cents a Iwt-
Cotiked up notes are pert and some say not
Hionn hnv none, liko a bear when a cub.
A fino stately nose, may some time hide a
Ar-rl mi nnonl ni II V bontn in A snub.
Hut noses of all kinds no matter their uhape,
Aru .ttnp.iid snmo time with disnrit'r.
Catarrh caused by cold, will cauge your
head to acne,
Dut Electric Oil, will soon put you in or
der. For sain at Pmil U. Schnh.
To alt who aro auffering from tho rrroro
and Indiscretions of yotith.norvous weakuefs,
early ducav, hws of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will euro you, free of
rlmtw. This crreat rcmcdv wna diaeovcred
by a MlnKlomtry In Smith America. Send
a nlf-addrMcd envelope to the Rev. Joseph
- ... . -tta.
T. lomnn, Station i, iorn vy.
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Mnj rur tiperlenca.' hrico. lOcenU. '
AddreMMBrrayHill Pal). Co.
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A '.'oftil atorxnm.i.t. .m.. . ..
Pportlllg mail. ' I ln iot poncrlnl cxlollrr
taking spocial pams incidental to thfomiS
start in the world, on-.r'tjont it. and it mar be
was his euttora to rise "..7 ""imwkoa
at short, intervals to fccinia, hesdacha aa
becaillO rather tedious bu. Jaundice, and
him to "crawl out" during
y inter lllgtus to aucnu iv k icnrrr,
want i. un Im tried a new lan. . Boi'ioaa
ting a pan of milk in a Mrann cornot!!
behind tuo atove, no went to uou, ana,
In tho snutll Hours tiw young caiiuio
rnl1Ml fnr food. TiltllklllZ tO llinks
one Job of it, ho aroni in tho dark and
hotise, when Miizlng ciich pup by th
linpn of tho neck lie thrust its noso in
to the pan, and when all had "got to
their work" returned to his bed. The,
next morning ho was roused by hU
vrilo, who wanted to know what in
tho world lie had dono with licr broad
pun. liivcsliirntioii'ollowcd : his wifo
liad wet up n batcU of broad aud lot
it behind tho stove to rise; this pan
our "shot" hud carried to tho pupa,
and they, after gorging thomselvoa
with the dough, wiuitllod back w
their warm uont. Tho yeast was good
and tho puppies rose, looking liko. w
many mull', with tho head of tho an.
iiiml uso.l for tilniiuing, whllo thel
logs renoiiiblod waria on an Early Uost
potato. The portHinitu iy lie would
iulve nmdo a pio of 'eiu.only iho crust
would Iihvo been inaith iustoud of ouU
Sev Haven VaUadium,
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