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WHICH IS THE HEAL WHITE MA St
A Yluel contemporary snys tltnt lie Iim
often observed tho kindly illsoltlon of the
ne.r.ro u compared with that of tho while
Radiol. Tho contaU li presented every
day. May be seen In the acts and speeches
of the, Whlte-iktnned Senator Chandler, on
'the one land, and thednrk-sklnned Revels
cn the other. And It wa made most strik
Incly manlfwl In the recent speeches of
'Wcndcl 1'hllllpi and Frederick Donbass.
Tho former cjhorto.1 the Mucks never to
forgive an Injury, and to consider ns tral-
..lor o their nice, the colored mnn who
should vote for a person wlio hud ever
been hostile lothoblrtckij which, of rourio,
meant, let any negro tlmt vote the demo
cratic ticket bo spotted nnd O'lrnclzed.
Douglass, im tho contrary, In hi Philadel
phia speech, upheld tho right of tho negro
to voto the democratic ticket, which Is the
only cemlblo ground. Theatlltudo tnken
by rhllllpi would kc-pnp the distinction
of color, which radicalism lias professed it
wa iU aim to brenk down. Of tho two
orator, Douglas tiiutl be conildcrcd, In
th belt ion'O of the word, tho whiter
man.
t&fTb't! slgns'of trouble In France nro
'bundan't. The Indication of a great
'populirouthrcak are fully a strong!
they were In 1T69. On the other hand. It
Is plain that the ImUHlity af Louis XVI
will not b copied by Napoleon III. lie
UKt vigorous measures In tho beginning,
and to u It looks ai though ho were fully
matter of the situation. In cuio of hl
death, and the tranim.iiun of the govern
ment to prime ministers and Kugcnlo ns
regents for the price Imperial, revolution
might aoe; let . e thing, while the
strung band tad crafty head of Louis
NapcOt-fn tcJh the eapire.
?iLr. Gki T. Iowr.lng, colored
unwr!mti uvS rrte-'r of Washing
ton. write Iflbt Hfid to glvo hit view
on nerii iiipirm-rty -I should never,"
iissstiyVaitis'ii: u iimitticg Into myso
eul droit n skibiiI jsifeour, all of the
T.ljiti- jKrrmiiif 2 B.irVs meet in a theatre,
Jinto' rrr.TutlrnaS tir. I should claim the
riplitip i. BhitiM. to hTe regard to charac
ter, i5fiAiir. worth, education, refine
Us, strtnittai, In all lbo place,
isitfcvtei Sk public convenience, this
rrjli: u inlf. being obtained by licence, 1
tiaia by rirta of my civil rights to be re
lief.! tiertln without regard to color."
t&The Haffalo Couri'r peaking of
Zieh Chandler' vliit to Kurope, and the
poapoat manner In which he demeaned
bixMlf, nyi that '-It Is a shatno that such
elMnfaled fli and blow-hard should
be allowed to dligrac our country abroad."
Michigan ibculd make lu fin t Mid highest
duty to retire her InconK-quentlal blather
skite to tome country village, where. Lit
rUlculous blovittiont could Ml only on
the ear of put-houe listeners.
Mr A. T. Stewart, and a number of
other Sew York Kepublicam, aro now
calrcly reposing their trutt in the high in
tegrity of (Sov. Hoffman, fur the vuto of
the Arcade railway bill. They have tuch
Ierfvct faith In the inderidcnco and lion
ettyof JohnT. Hoffman, now that they
need hit aid, that it it suggested they
might havo a little more charity for him
'between timet."
J0rA Radical convention in Uickmnn
county recently perpetrated thu hugo Joke
of declaring that tho udmliilttrattnn of
Preildenl (J rant had been u success; that
thu lawt had been vlgorouily executed und
the reveniiohonoitly collected nnd iippllcd.
Tho only excuso that can be uttered fur
the members of that benighted convention
it that they are"out of thoway," and don't
take tho papert.
SrAVe find tho following gl thing
going tho round, and give It jmce ut
once: '-Don't aik un editor to buy Uckett
forafulror futlvul, or unytblng of tlmt
tort, for tho benefit of your church, or
any other object, unlett you flr-t pay the
Ch foi tho announcement of thu tnino
which appeared In hi iper,'
HTlt U unnounccd. by authority, tlmt
the lion. John A. Jgau will his a cuudl
dato for Congress from tho Stato ut Urge,
subject to tho Radical Matu convention
He will havo some wily competitors to
contend against, but, In the language ot
j&iin .Minor uout, win "iieuii cm or
die."
- -
Sr The Radical press in an effort to re
lieve Sheridan of the odium earned by hi
msiikcre of defunielcrt squnwt and pu-
pooet,( burdened with "Indian outruget,'
Vtry suddenly the red skin has become a
devil that out-devils all tho devils tint
tvirddvilwl the human nice.
6TA ipwial election for treasurer of
hu Louli cltr, In tho place made vacant bv
theS2W,0WilWcl,ion ofSutisky, radical,
retultvd in tho choice of a democrat by
iu majority. St. L0UIi ha got nlwut
enough orrulcl rule, und is Just now re
turning to tirtt principles,
lerWaihlngton corrnpondeiits suy
that the recently expelW carpet-b-gger,
Sypher, it to be ul,,x,imt.a tt
treaturyagenttogoto Nt.w Orleans, to
make raids on thu cwtoin loui there
which it prtilded overby Grant's brothr!
In-law.
-
(sjIllinois has, now, more inile, of rail,
rosid than any other State in tho Union
01m bat lix thousand and eighty miles
flh'cHisarid four hundred of which areinon.
MtloB.' The total cost I, j,ut dywa kl
POLITICAL NOTES.
The Radical party, like tho pack of
hypocrite they nro, declare that tho ballot
It (Sod-given, yet tiicy deny it to al lcati a
half million whKomen. ' '
Thu riHluctlon of thu ed ntpply in
tho agricultural department, ut V athing- i
ton it tnid to havo utterly dcttroyod tho
popularity of Colfax. Tho puffing of that
individual In the country presi wa in re
turn for the mpply of garden cbd he tent
the editors. nnd proprietor!.
N'otwlthitiinilfng tho Joy ofMann
cliutolts over tho adoption of the flftconth
amendment, hut orio In n hundred of tho
pcplo that nmendment ttinkes votcrit
would bo iillowed to voto undor tho hiwa of
thatStatoJ Poverty and wjnt 'of educn
(lon would ttand in the way?
Ulngham, of Ohio, any tho Junckes
Civil Service bill li unconstitutional, ho
cmio it propotcs to fill tho public office
with hnnett incn, In place of "Ornnt'a
d d old bar-rooin cronleal"
, t ,, -
-Dan Munn will uan bo portnltted to
wulk Into the Radical nomination for Con
grot, lu thii district, unoppoteU.Wnbnsb
nnd (Jnllatln countlet hnvbbotii trotted
out a candidate to contett with thtf. Abtn-
lomlo Danlol fortlie .dbublful' honor'o'f' a
nomination. 'v.
Tho Mount Cnrmcl Jit gli ler, a Hadicnl
ttioot, anya that 'Dan tMunn' newipapcr
notoriety hMbiea'purch'niied"' wltK)green
bncki. . It further). yi thai h kaainot
aid or done anything to deiervo a tltho of
the fuliotno eulogy that U fioaped upon
him. Wo apprehend that tho editor of the
HrghterVnovtt Danlol, nnd li not nfnild to
peak tho truth.
It looks that way, at nil
events,
THE 'HOLLY 'SPH1NQS OHIO
HIVEUJUILROAD.
Tho Uiownsvlllo Jlttjot tho Oth, speak
ing of tho Holly Springs nnd Cairo rail
road, aays :
Alnnir tho whole linflof this crcut air
line thoroughnircv tho interest ;ls tejen.
Inir Hnd'nroariecU briirhtcniDccJntlnuall v
The friends of thu great enterprise nro
actively und vigorously ut work,aand are
meeting Willi oncouroging - success.
Union City tins spoken J. Hhe gives llfty
thousand dollars to becln with, bv a un-
atilinous vote, and wo underxtand that If
voted It was to txi maao soventy-nve
thousand bv a continent rrivato "ib-
sorititlon. alroudv raised. One of tho
Ulroctor rnlsrid $10,900 iubscrlptlon, nt
Danceyvllle In two dnyt last week.
Somervlllo nnd Holly Springs nro ulivoto
tho work, and read r to do a rail share.
Tho route from Brownsville to Homer
vllle is an assured success, und wo do not
sco a hold to hlngo a doubt upon as to thu
Mieeest of tho lino from' Brownsvlllo to
Union City; On with tho enterprise then,
and let us havo It apoedlly put under con
tract and promptly, finished..
This roud lt a commercial, financial and
eogrvphital neceaslt, and wo must have
The shortest line from the Lakes to tho
Gulf, from thu ftouth to the North and
tho teeming Nnrthwest-tho only lino yet
chalked out that futuro generations will
never ,be ablo to itnprovu upo'n-rwlll
never have occasion to change.
REVENUE.
A SYS r KM
OP OPPRESSION
ltOMIKKV.
A51
The Chicago Tribunt, tho lending Radi
cal newspaper of tho Northwcttdenounces
thu Internal ltoveniie system ns a plan for
robbery nnd oppression. In u recent
i. i. ....... .
If there be anything more oppressive
and offensive than the enormous taxation
to which the country Is subjected, it is tuo
manner lu which the rcvenuo laws aro en
forced bv tho office ottlie government at
Washington. The power to tux is the
highest power that government can exer
cise, ruder our constitution, that power
it vested exclutlvely in Congress, out, in
iirnetiee. It Is exercised by tho Commission.
erof Internul Revenue und his subordi
nates, who tiiink it to Ihj their chler duty
to lew and collect nil taxes not prohibited
bv law. Wo havo hud soveral Commis
sioner, nnd each seems to have lon tired
with an ambition to invent now forms of
taxation nnd nuw modes of oxturtiun, not
dreamed of by lilt predecessors. Tho rule
of thu Internul Ruvcnuu Office Is to con
strue every law, evory section and every
provision of lawinto an authority to hnruxs
somebody with u tax not heurd of before.
If any body objects to puylng It, tho Com
mUsiviier seizes hitplncn of business, takes
Keion of his establishment, curries off
hi nrlviitn books und Minors, and vir
tually ruins him. 'the victim has
tho ehoico to pay the tux, or bo
destroyed In business. He generally pays
the tux, which, in nine cases out of ten,
whuru thero U dispute, illegal. Commis
sioner Dxlnnosurniusct all his niedocetsors
in thU overbearing, extortionate policy of
liuutini: down tuo nubllo with small
technicalities, which, illegal In themselves,
aro doubly oppressive lieeuuso they are
vexatious, intermeddling exactions, made
in un unnovintr and dcsix.lio manner often
bv subordinates, who, copying tho atylo of
their cliler, consider tiiemseives sustain
ing his dignity by making themselves
cquully offensive.
From the dutu of this system of taxation
until now. thu uovernment bus been guilty
of thu folly of maintaining u corps of
tpic, nominally to hunt down those who
evndo tho laws, but actually to divert
revenuo from the Treasury into tho haudi'
of licensed thieves.
It is safe to ufctume, without reference
ta uny particular person in office, that tho
detectlvo force of the custom und internal
revenuo service instigate uvu cases or
fraud to the two they prevent or bring to
net co. They suggest mo mouo oy wiiici
frauds' limy bo sulely und proiltubiy pruc.
tli'fil. und. so loniraa thuv are able to share
thepnititt, they protect the swindlers und
not tno government.
Thu internal revenue laws aro adminis
tered upon the theory that it is tho duty of
tuo department to iiihku muni as uuiuus us
rmssllilo. If a clause will admit of two
constructions, under ono of which a man
may be tuxed 10 per cent, once, und
unother Interpretation by which ho may
be taxed 10 per cent, twicb on tho tamo
truiisuclion. the department will travel out
of its way to establish tho most extortion-
ute rule, aim put upon tue victim tno
exiH'iise or
a lawsuit
ho
makes a
fun about
it. If
be
discover
The Cairo Bulletin,
cd that n tMjrton, 3olng any kind of lntsi
ncu, can oo compelled to pay u tax upon
aomo tnlnuln Itetn of hit vocation, not
worth of lUfllf tho eoct of tho lwok-kccp-ing,
tho entire revenue force, ftotn tho
Commissioner down to detective, become
Interested In tho dUcovory, nml the titx Is
extorted nt every hazard. If, by any nc
cldunt, tho CommlMlnrmr' illemil exaction
it arrested by aomoinuignnniaiu ballieoso
tax-pnVer appealing to tho court, rocouno
la had iinmcdiutely to Congress for un ex
planatory law Justifying tho robbery In
tho putt, nnd authorizing it in the fu
ture. Tho American people aro taxed ns no
other people over were. They pay their
taxnn wiui ns ntllo complaint nj any ieo
pie in the world, and thuv havo n right to
ox poet of tho lorvnnU, wliom they employ
n due retpeet lor law nnd justice; nnd tlmt
they bo not hunted, nnd uppresed, and
blackmailed by a InAllzed organization of
offlclaU urrogatlng to Dnwelvc the func
tion' of laW-innkurt, Jtuges, nnd oxecu
tlonent. jy- n Wcdnediiy evening last, In Vln-
connet, Indiana, a littlo girl, live years of
ago, fell Into n kettle of boiling soap, nnd
was Htornlly cooked to deuth. She died
In n few minute.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
tor Judge or th Hnprcmr Conrl.
W re Mitliorlted ta nntinuiio (list the Hon
StDNKV I1IIEB-E will IwacamllcUtefor the nlllc
of Juile of the Supreme Court of llllnnU, from
the Flrnl Oraml Iilsin. Eieeimn on MonilAjr,
Jim 0, 1(70.
An Old Fallacy Kxplmlrd.
Tnlrty or forty jrnr-ngo, It win llin fa-li mi to
svtinlnlstrr p wvtiul piirxnt ves ns 'sonni; inr-ill.
cine." Trrrlllfl ilo-i ol lls ami 'mi . Imni-l
ami Jslxp, or ulsiiU r "fill- um n In sail lh
m..ii.livr Of h falnllv. HhHIirr nek Of well. IiV
jr of preimriiu tin "! for lliMMurn) Meiitnrr !
pnisntcl. Tills f tnlclous imtmii is nearly ob
solete, but tlierrsrv soinrnl I liotirtnti of pritstn
lite, liicl.lol.kiof foraotliiuorlrarnlDK anr
nuns:, wnooiMiiuniriy i'iiiik (i 11 puii.
NoiliiDiteiiM l" innr. rprnlcloii. nioro ii'.imIi
iiiil.tiH..i"rliK'iil,llin sutli an cj)ikiii(IiI ..n the
Tl r ni1llielly of the fyslrm. In orilr to
.ii.IJa tin iilitnliial slnu lliri'S lu rrs sl 1 1 1 - pnrrv
rtrwimit snrlnit damps nnd summer lint.-,
IIsIiohM Lr I'iohI ali i mniMrcrili nolrelixil unil
ralirniil. The lirnl inMleinv irnl fur llil- tin r-
pnils Is llostcttrr's Hlolnstll lllllcrs. lis ttlirt I
lo innetheMlotuach an-l llu r.S'iitljr rllf thr
botrrls from obs rikitlons. br u llm n-rf, lm
prorethequ'ility of the boo.l, stiintlbile the si
pftll ait chrrrtlia-piilts. loilus unproto'l eon
illtloii ll.e nrnsnlMtl'.il l.rsf.sl lfof t-sislln iim-
liealiny llinurnep, wnicn wmii i iirnsirmi' xnrn
fpol.lf.il svnlprn. A iilLformit ihirfstion Is jib.o
liilfly fssrutlsl tn lii'lili, i.U ihcrals noilsnc rol
lln.slomwiitcrini(orr:ui iik in mis iinjHiiirni
oftU-e rf this ifrnlsl elixir Is tikni ri-iinl ill) Ukn
as a atom)- ic N nt of tho tonic ii'.i iur- or
filriwls Mill sunntr t lis- i.lwr of Dm Illllrrs. for
h siinplf reon that lln'y operate as ntr iutii-
OUT. in laci. Ill ormnn) p rc.icp. iito or i
presfrlpllons woiibl boleoti rol tolrolift -ep
ra:ely, tbo Uncfielal resi.l, which oreeff-eifil
linuluneously, rrvl harmunluioly dyhi- -itul
J n. Vli ILLIPN A. CO.,
Successors to K. U. Ilrmlrlcks A Co.
FORWARDING
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
""AD.
WUarf - Bo At
PROPRICTORS.
OA I HO, ILLINOIS.
1.1 H KRAI. AnVN'KM MADE OX COX.
is ST A
BT-.ri lirrpare-l lo rtolve, slnr.siwl fornard
llihls to ull oiuts, ami buy ami sell on cum-
frui
mia.lfin
UulnfMiiltfniliNl In with prnmMn
MO. II. PJUIIiUN.
Jiipco-sorlo Parker I'hlllls.
IT NCR At.
J
COMMISSION
Ami Dealer in
FloHr, Moal. IIui. Corn, Oiiin,
Ilriui.
Cor. 10th StSt Ohio Levee
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
STOVES, TIWME, U,
II.1M.KV,
Proprietor of iliv... ......
STOVE STORE
COPPER. TIN AND SHEE17IR0N
JOBBING SHOP
Mo. lOO
WANIIIKOTiSN AVr.MIf, AIIUVK TIIK
jBAHliss iiiuai;.
Bi.Hoorlns:, Oiitterlnu, Hpoiilini; anil Ctmin
iMiat Work (luno In n neat anil substantial insn
oer. al -hort nolj..n.
WANTED,
lly a tirstrlass l.lfn InsnrnnrrCorrtuiny, Aecnts
fori'trry county in lh HUmnf Illinois. I.O-rsl
arrnnKfinrlitswitl hinnilo ultliaMv ami r- llalilo
turn who aro luiuillur urltli hikI ran loiniiiaml
jiislnrss. Ap. iv riy, to
fAHSON N SCKAHI.ANO,
splwswlir llilr.hnr . KnnTl'.i III
SOOT & SHOE.
17LMOTT,
IIAYTIIOK.V aV
Wlioleialo IValera and Msnuf icturf r's
,f nls of
Boots a Shoes
i
40 COXMEHCIAL AVE.,
t.itno, ii,Li.vois,
rrflnUr Attalk t Ordors.
O IUI0TT.
OTISHSBOtk, lOSTOa.
o. .iiif , aivuaiMis, i
m atMoa.'
Kl
We arc now prepared
to deliver lee to Fam
ilies and others in all
parts of the city, at
prices that will bring
it within the reach "of
all. Our facilities are
known to be such, as
to enable us to do bus
iness in a business-like
manner.
Prompt delivery and
good treatment en
sured. Orders may be
left at oiir office, corner
Eighth Street and Ohio
Levee, or with our dri
vers.
HUM, LOOffllS & CO.
Cairo, Mny 4. 1S7Q.
" " mi SEES,
" " J 3T 33
At t lie W:ishing;loii a-
Eourlooiijli Si reel.
F. HI.A.NKK.MIl'IKi, I'mjirlotor.
apriMii
JAKi: AN COSII-'OUT.
Tin: iis.i Hsixussii pi:iirt t im iit
Thr not pu r snl n.r .i IVifV 1 1 .-hi, '
,.n,l P.f. I I. ,n rnllf m I.I.I t til. I h lift
I'lMH-T.l T !'! I TA I Li' Tho d l: .!..! Cfl'IO.
curing III h i ' k ii t.
McxtrK. J.AZ.IIU'S .Mourns,
OCULISTS MID OPTICIANS
II llll Oltll, ov..,
iliinuf' Hirers of ilio Cels lirsil
Perfected Spectacles!
arlnffi afifr yfirs if i:pcrin',', Kstwrunnl,
nml tlir ' of r...lv mm h n ry. l4 n c-tiah
hi lo produce rl.ui fsrani'l U'si Isratuin,
roi'foot fcpootoloi,
Winch hav- Ih'ii ' l-s iih nnnsttit.! .hii.faoilnn
In h- wi rrt in M.m lius lis, lllioilf I .luinl. r ..n.
nrotlriil X('W II n'psh r. Voilimnl. Main'. NVvr
Ynrk.Ni-tr .rr.ry, lVniiltanla. Ohio, viirhudn.
U'lsiniism, Illinois. MIi.ip.imh, Kinsi. Ml.url.
loss tt. n-t hII lh'' llrli.h Provinces, ilunnis llif
past slxvfn )iis. Th". nlebmlwl IVrlM'tcsl
hHUia
jSTovov Tiro tho H5yo
Andln't many yssrs without chan3. Messrs.
I.iirus A Mnrrip hut 'poinic.l
Taber Brothers
WATriLHARTISS. .irUHLKUS AXI1
O Vl'ICI. INS,
pralrrs In all hinds nf
Ainorli'Jii nml Foii'lirii Wulclii's,
I'lne Jewelry liimnoiil-. i-olid Miaer, I'lited
Ware! also .Msiiufaciurers if Jnulry nid I'm
inond hillings.
To. S3 Ohio Lovco
C.iIKO, IIXI.VOIH.
Iolo senls for (lit" plaee. from aliom nnlv eun
tiify 1,2 ol tamed. Mi I l.I'W.t.lb I.MI'l.Oi i:i.
LAZAIIUS & MOKIUS,
Mauiifucturlnc Opil'ians, llntfor.l, Conn.
in i '
mi TO EUROPE.
E
.uicju.wr
TICKETS FOR SALE
t'AKK t'rmii f l'riiol, l.iiiiilnnilor y.
UImukbss- sr Quvciihlutsii lu i'ulrn,
NArCOUU.HOIIItlsi A UA.MU t",
aprilf Ag.uu.
If
"NLsuy T.
LIQUORS.
y.. II. NLIIUtTEI,
mportler and Wholesale Dealer
I a ......
Wines, Liquors
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Aitcnt for Iwst l.rmi'ls of
CI1EA3I AND STOCK ALE
........ AXD
Imported Aloo fclii
f o rout lulxxcla,
So. 75 OHIO LEVEE
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
SSOKS, STATIONER?, ETC,
("iir.Tlilril Hint .Mnrhrl htrrrta.
Terms i I'er Par
Ite Famished with B3si Surioz Bed
l!'.o.iriir'i! vl x-a'f'l. tus fr 'all train,
fie irallt It nui .-to..inbo.t Ticket oilier in lh
hr,ut.
J. CHIM.r.V, Froprh for.
rri'.l.m
CHOCSEISS COMMISSION.
t t j IIL'I.I.V-
11 '
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GROCER
ASIl
(OM.MIfsSIII.V nKHCII.i.NT,
No. 72 OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, ILLIN013.
eir Iteiren ner, Mcrrliiinls of Calm,
C I. V.II.M.l.UJsO.V,
GROCER
xizoiTjcii:
o.u.nissio.v ui:hcih.t
No. 70 Olilo Lever,
CAIRO, ILL.
IpeelMl altcntlnll i;lrn So 'iul;n.
mi nil anU I'lllli.K OriUfa.
W. fitrattnn. T. IHrd.
gTKATTOVsk IIIH,
ti!rcesors toStratton, Hudson A CI irk,)
"VVhoIosnlo
GROCERS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
G7 OHIO XjOaXIXl
CAIRO. ILL.
Aurnls or Aiiicili'ati I'nwilrr Co., ud
MnuuUvurvr Asstula lor lottos Vssrsi.
Os
- Li. SeS
W ' aC " "53
ii J txO
& i 11 I
h O 0-0 3 1 a
W ROTCL
OT. CI.AIU iioti:i..
BUN AND LOCKSMITHS.
Q. LOVER & HO.V,
nun i nriioiniTiio
bum LUbivomiino,
aiiumcsclnl ssse., mr. tit" 1 Hits olr !.
CAIRO, ..II.I.I.S'MS.
ManufHitures and repair all kinds of
Guns, Locks, Keys, Etc
CirWorW wrinlf i and chart's t"onl.lo
SOAT STORES.
. aa'aa liisi
DI.ALCII 1
BOAT STORES
GROCERIES,
sADiii..
'rovisi ons
110 OHIO LEVEE,
Oniro, ZlltuolM.
SEUOS.
0IHU STOKIC.
BARCLAYS
DRUG STORE
Oliio Levee,
a tno, ttjij.
vmir. nnucsi
tOMl'tmiNT ASSISTANTS J
KKASONAIII.Hl'UICr.SI
"Our fl mills Olir tlrsl Rrfrr.iirr."
IJARCLAY imOS.
ltaf the lre.t and fompl.te.t stork of
lKi;Cs'N,
1M1XT.H.
OILS.
IVK STI'I-FS
And gnral good. In Ibrirvllb lo ln f '"'I I
tsrn ft. liuls arnl Mempli a.
In Our Prescription Department
Wo Use none hut tho
Pl'KRNT A5lrtMlT III I.IAIII.i:
MErIOI3STES
pITKItS' MATi:iCl iI.S.
A lull lino of
.. - a ..... Klita. Prl Whllr,
V.rnl.Ur., OIU, P4ltil llnlira
t.lusa, r,(
is Linor. stock.
A.X Hrolny'
riAiti OIL.
Genuine Article,
JiKl rrcelr.d Irons llr. Ilisiisllli'a I.als
rniory, m CIiIcisko.
ItsmerHs as amedif ine nee-l no advertising
This nfM.-e is only to inform you that it ennle
sii(.ieil 10 )ou
sT U.1UCI..1V.S
CologllCM.
K.vtraeiM,
lfOIIHMlCNy
MonpH, Etc
a Ms or tiik iikstquai.it V
rnui: .ualauia kiu,
For Chills and Fever,
1st lUe medicine Ilia! licnfN nil
oilier. II.H'CI.AV HHOTII
i:hs have ll ami rveotuiuciiil It.
17NSi:X'K OF JAMAICA
Pur a and Strong,
To he liitil by llic ShiKle Jlolllc
or. nt WImiU'hiiIc,
COiI.
Oil..
Standard White Oil,
IS lKIa: OHUUH,
For Halo. In iiiiiii(UIcm, from
one barrel ami upwardM. low
f.ir t-Hssli. nt IIAItC'AY llUON.
jiiiYsifiAxST
Country Merchants
AM) OTHER,
Are liivlU'd lo cxamluu our
Mtock.
Barolny Bros.
COSRACTO&S.
Q.EO. A. IIKIf.H.l,
BRICKLAYER & BUILDER,
Cafro, - - - - III.,
in ........ ...I in rnntrurN fnr'tho rrectlfln ol
all kinds nf llriok llnsinr.s Houses, ItesideiK-rs,
i'ii.ii. n.sihcioi House., nr Drickw rk of any
older character. He refer., with confidence, to.
Ills work Ml Cairo anil eisewnere, as unm-mc ui
hi.al-llliy to do first elas Jobs. '
mm -jernia reaauuawn. .-..
LOUR COMMISSION.
.AM.II)AV imOTIlKKN.
mil mm
HSMliVDlSISSS
FORWARDIHG s COMMISSION
lEItCIIAATsS
MKAI.s 11H IS
FLO U R
And .tRS'iis of
OHIO IMVi:U 1 I) KVNAWIIA
SALT COMPANIES
Wo.700IIIOIjHVB11
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
"uccessor m Fllis,flrren4Co.J
FLOUR AGENT
......And Deneral .......
Commission Merchant
IAIKO lIJi
H It, Ayers.
i vi:uh a. co..
n. j. ajsis.
DKAI.r.lM IN
FL OUR
.. n l General .
Commission Merchants
NO. 133 OHIO LEVEE,
13.
s; iiauui.i.,
PUAUEIK IN
FuimriTURi:
c?tTi:i3irisixrAXi.i3,
Bar Fixtures,
fil.ASSW.lltK nml HOfSr. FL'RNISII
(JOOKS,
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Cairo. Illinoln.
WOOD.
P M. VAUI,
DEALER IN FIREWOOD
in iiii:iAKi:t ro ni.i. sirdkiin
I'mmMly and sstlsfa'-t'.rliy. with llie sery bit
1'irrisnu.l,
I.rnio Orders At Union' UM .Stand
ok Arini:r-T oi i ick.
3AKZS.
'jlllK
FIRST HATIONAL BANK
I) (Mi l. IM'III), 1're.lilrsilt
llillll.U I Y. MII.I.KK, Vlcr.Hrta.t
C. A'. Ill Ullim, Cashier.
Collections Promptly Made.
Hxcliiumc, Coin, Hank Nolo
ami C'lileil Sluti'st Socnri.
lie Itoiitilil and
Sold.
futerrst Allowed on Tlnm Drpoalt.
CITY HATIONAL BANK
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
Capital - - 100,000
V. I. IIAM.HSAY, Ireal4n
A. II. MAFKOnD, Caalileri
WAl.TKK IIYHkOP, Assistant Cabler.
DIUIXTORM. -
H. Staats Taslor, W. I". HallUaj,
Krott Mlillf, liobl.H. Caaalafhsss
(Jeo. I). Wllllamsoa, Nlepasa Blr4,
A, II. SatTurd.
Excliaiipfe, Coin and
U. S. If oiul Houglit
iiikI Mold.'
XJopouitoa Hooeivd
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