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JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.,
THE MAILS.
AtinivK. rrriRt
Nortli, Througn 2: n. s'fl p.m :
i Way 2:20 p.tn. 4:00 n.m. .
South, Way I2.t5p.in. ;'iQp.ni.
ThrouKli N. O., Mem- ,
phis and Colnmliu 2::' p.m. 4:l p.tn,
Ohio Hirer route, (except
Monday) i") p.m. conp.ni.
Iron Mountain H. R ...... Strut a.m. 11:I p. n.
Z rZ, M..n. T...,,m
and JrldAy........................ coo p.tn. T.csip.m.
Thebes, 'loose Island A Bantu
Te, Ilia., Thursday A Krl-
,1,, lijintp,,,,, 7:11. m,
ita.fl.t.l. 111. n, I. ill,, .ml '
Lovelace, Ky IMoa.rn. 4.i p.m. '
orrtcr. iioias. ,
Ccneral Delivery Ti.via.m. ,
(Sunday stov a.m.) '
Honey Ordr department a.m. .'"
Register " " " a.m. f,.'ip. in, '
Money Order and Reslsier department n.i ;
epen on Sunday.
OUR CHURCHES.
(IKHItYTKlttAN Kixhtti-.tr-t.
Preaching, Sabbath at ', a. m., and Vt r. .
Prayer meeting, Wednesday nt :y, r. .
Sunday School, .1 r, . J. M. I.an.den, Super
intendent. Iter. C. It. Fonvr., Paslrr.
MhTHODIST-Ctir. Kighth and Walnut .-t.
Preaching, Sabbath PJ j a. vj,, and 7 r. .
Prayer meelleg, Wednelay, TJf r. .
Sunday School .3 r. M. L. W. btilaell, Kuper-
JntendenU Iter. F. L.TiioMraos Pastor.
I IIUHCII OFTHK RF.DF.F.MKR-(F.pi.copl)
Morning pra)er, fabbatli 1JJ t. v.
Kfenlng pra)er..H'r. m.
"ahhhth .iooI,1a. m.
Iter. Ma. C, Hauler.
Br. PATItlCK'H CIIUKOIt-Jor. Ninth .t. and
SVanhington Atenue.
.-uUle -efUce, Hahlrtth'and In); .
Veajn-ra. 3 r, ,
undayhool,".' r. x.
rlce eirry day, r. a,
lli'v. V. J. U'ilALfiaai, I'rlrft, .
VOU.NOMnNyClllllTlANASHOCIATION-lteg-
illar Oieettng sefond Mi'lidav eneli tnotith at tl j
I'rayer room or Hie rtesnyierian tniiten
(S'eekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7J4 r. n at
.he Prayer room of the I'reshjterianehurch.
('. I'aa.o'i, I'realilenl.
AKIIICAN MKTIIOlH-T-roiirteenth, between
Walnut ani Cedar.
eerTicet, Habbalh, II a.m.
Hund.ty b-hool, 1J r. m.
C.!;ir. m.
BKCONU Fltr.Wll.t.lHI'TIST-Kifleenth ht.
I'reaohinB,;; r.M. ltei. Win. Jacktoo, l'tor.
t.twen Walnut and Ceitar.
Krrices Sabb.th, 'A alt i 3 r. .
Iter. N. Ktcat, Pastor.
PREK.WII.I. ItAITirtT HOMB MImu. M'N
HATe;iIOOI :ornr w.vnut and Cedar St.
Sunday School,) a, n
HIST KHKF. HII.I. HAI'TI-T CHI RCH -itr-
ry'a IlarraV.
SrTlces,iabbithlt a. m.,3 r. . anil TVJ r. u.
Iter, Wm. Kium, rator.
FlltaTMISSlONAKY ItAI'IWT CHUItCH-ilet.
wem 10th and 11th treet, near Cedar.
Prcachinc fabbath 10J a. i.,and 7; r. .
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday
Preaching, Friday erenlng.
Habbath hool, i r, m. J(
ilayTeninz.
, IK r. . John n Ilaxtnr and
Mary htepheni huirmtendrnt.
Iter, T J. hliotri. l'.lo
HF.CONI) UAlTSTCIlUKCH-rouiteenth atree,
between Cedar and Walnut; Her, Jacob Brad
ley, Klder; the only Daptl.t Chutch recognued
by the Asiociatlnn. Eertlces, bunday 11 o'clock
a.m., at 3 p.m. Mid at 7 p.m.
Jacob Battt.tr, Kldrr
STATE OFFICERS.
STATK OFFICKUS.
Gorernor, John M. Palmer ;
I.teutenant'Oorcrnor, John Dougherty I
Keeretaryof State, Filva:il ltummel;
Auditor of Eutc, C. K. I.ippinrott .
State Treaittrer, E. N. Ilate i
aupt. Public Instruction, Newton Uatunan.
CONOKKSSMKN.
Jenatora J.yman Trumbull and John A. Logan,
representative for the State at ! .arse J. I.
Bererldge.
Representative Thirteenth I)!trict-John M
rtb.
MEMBERS GENEHAL ASSEMULY.
Senators, 1st Distrlct-T. A. K. Holcomb. o
Colon, and S.K. Olton,of GilUtin.
Itepresentatire, 1st District-!!. Waton Webb:
COUNTV"oFFICKIW.
CIRCUIT COURT.
Judge I). J. IlaWer, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney!. V. McCartney, ol
Massac.
Circuit Clerk Jno. CJ. Ilarman.
8herifI-A. II. Irvln.
Win. Martin, Assessor and Treasurer.
COUNTY COURT.
Judge F. llross.
Associate J.K. McCriteand S. MarchUdon.
Clerk Jacob fl. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. Gossman.
MUNICIPAL "GOVERNMENT
Mayor John M. I.nsden.
Trensiirer-J.il. Taylor.
Comptrp:ler K. A. Ilurnetl
Clerk Michael Howley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attornar I'. H.Pope.
Police Magistrates F, Hro. and II. Brian-
ressy,
Chlcftol Police L. II. Myers.
SELECT COUNCIL
Mayor John M, I.ansden,
First W'ard-P. G. Schtih.
Second Vlftrd C. It. Woodvrnril.
Third Ward Jno. Wood,
Fourth Ward S. Staats Taylor.
City.At.Ursc-W. P Halliday nnd V. Hutd.
HOARD Ol ALDERMEN.
FIIIST WAHD-James Uearden,
Leo Kiel),
lsaav. Wnlden.
RCO ND WARD It. II. Cunningham,
E. Under,
Henry Winter,
Jamas Hwayne.
1'IIIRD WARD Wm.Btratton,
Patrick Fitrgetald
OURT1I WARD-Jatnea Carroll,;
O. II. House,
J.lI.Metcalf.
T'tme of Mectmq.
rttr covnciL.
The City Council meets in Joint sesion on
Friday erenlng precealng the first Monday ot
tch moath.
mrcT coi'.vcli..
The Select Council meets on the tirst Wednes
day nd Thursday, alter the second Monday In
each montn.
loam or Ainrn
The Board of Aldermen mceh, rn the flra
JondayandTutsunyin every month.
COMMITTEES OV THE COUNCIL.
On fitrtfts-Messrs. Taylor, Walder, Winter,
ooil and Metcalf.
Jninrte-Mesr'a.CunnlnBhiun.Schuh.Fitiger
aid, 6eao nul Halliday.
TaiMs-Wessrs. Wood, Cunningham and Kleti
Wc ami Jni-Messrs. Carroll, Under and
Woodward .
OrdinaiifM Messrs. Seose, Walder nnd Taylor,
fire Penortmmt Messrs. Ht-Brden,8wayne and
allidny
U'Vktli Messrs. Bchuh, Winter and n.
Plalitr Mu r.w i Hind, twejpe ardlludtr
SeVdneMessr Wo I rd, Straiton and Metcalt.
PROPRIETORS.
rm.r l? uitt t irnrvr
XJLAJ JJU JJjJl2.XJ..
TKLEURAl'IHC BHEVITIES.
THE NEW ORLEANS TROUMI.ES
New Orleans, Jan. 4. The. city is
very quiet, nil restlns nflor a week of ox.
citcrncnt. Hut fow Were on the street',
hVn ""t Mccli.nlc.' inttitule. Only
J Jozcn ,lc,.py, worn-out, miserable-looking I
metropolitans can ho seen, It In probably
tho ni m Worn n storm
"Uoro a norm. I
.IH1.III.1A I-IIIIAUB,
CLEVELAND, Jan. H. Mrs. .Mnrtcns,
wife of tho man who died a few day ago
from trichina spiralis, nl.o tiled from tho
mtdl'enM'. A boy nnd (ix.lt in acritl
ml couditiiitt. Tho girl, agci four, it Is
believed, will recover. The ensu excite
great tnter-t nmotig medicnl men, and a
larco number of nhvulciatu and scientific
' men hnve visited the sick fatully,
I Teruk Haitk. Ind.. Jan. U. A larire
j meeting of rltlr.eni waa hold at the court
nouio in thl city lal night to toniuer
tho ijiiontloti of rnlilng $100,00(1 by tax
atlon to aid the construction of tho'Terrn
Ilimt'i and Sotilhweilcrn rutlroiid. After
ciiiitideruble ill-culon, a resolution in fa
vor of tho proposed aid was pnsed with
very little opposition.
MIMjELLANKOlT.H MATTERS.
Xr.w Yuitk Jan. )4.It. .. .Martin, a
Wall street broker, wns arrested yetnrilny
charged witli obtaining moticv ff"1 a
widow under falio pretetisei-, "'il which
he lost iu peculation!.
llohTON, .1 nit. 1 1. An unsuccessful at
tempt was m-ideon Friday night to rob the
Great Fulls National bunk.
l'noviiiENCi:. U. I., Jan. 14. Tho
amount of defalcation in the Ithodc Island
National bank Is about 1!'JO,000. Tho
amount recoverable may pcrlmps reach
rjvi
v "'"
M'UIIK.V IlEATU
FitANK'KoiiT, Kv.p Jan. 14th. Hon
HarrUoM Tin inpsoii, formerly stuto ncna-
tor died suddenly of apoplexy this morn
ing at his residence in Ulark county.
I) It V 1 I) K.
HUllO EIl'S NEW STOCK.
MUSLINS, I'KINTS, SIIAW I.S, ETC.,
One nt the mot attractive dhfl'T" of
DRY GOODS,
in the elty.
J". BURGER,
Commercial Avenue, between KionTH
and Ninth Streets,
CAIRO,
..ILLINOIS,
ha eery available space In hi store rwjm tilled
wit" ,r unofi.. ,u sioi-k i rom
plele, comprising n beautllul
selection of
PRINTS, PLEACHED AND L'NIILEACIIEXi
MTSLINS, COTTON FLANNEL, ETC,
A splendid array of
DRESS C3-OOXDS
Among which ate. the
Xetteit nnd JIot Fnahlonnhle
Colors and Materials.
He ha a large stock of
FURS
on hand, riich he will close out at a low figure
tieiore tne nonaa) are orer.
The ladies will find a large assortment of
CLOAKS
AND
"WOOLEN SHAWLS,
wl.lc1! 111 I sold cheaper than anytning of tho
kind ever eold In Cairo.
Mr. llurger has laid in an lmmenestcsk of
HOOTS, SHOES, RinilONS, NOTIONS, NECK
TIES, ETC.,
which he will sell cheaper than the elitapest.
Hiteclm.
'71. FALL-WINTER.
'12
C. II AN NY.
LARGE STOCK.
1JROWN SHEETINGS,
I'RINTS,
TICKI3STGS.
CHECKS,
AM
S T R 1 1 E S,
KENTUCKY JEANS, EXTRA,
OASSIMERS,
IJLACKALl'AOAS
AND
LUSTERS,
GROS GRAIN SILKS,
I'OI'I.IXSi.
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING
OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINO,
Window NUntlea,
OILT PANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACE
DAMASKS.
Ills Entire Htock Now 'lottui; On I
AT
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8TH ST., AND COMMERCIALLY.,
Cairo, IIIIuoU.
Itptllf
SKCItBT OltUEKS
i
THE MASONS.
Cauo ijMHivi.rr, No. 13. Staled Assembly
1 at the Asylum Masonis Hall, first and lliirilj.8:.
! iirdar ineach month.
L'amo Cni'scit, No, 21, Regular Convocation at
Maonlc Hall, the second Friday In each month.
Ctitfi f?ii.irru. Nil. 71. Uetmliir Convocation
Ms.onlc Hall, on tho third Tuesday of every
'TUo.zvy.iA.n-Ur Com.
munlcation nt Maonl Hall, the second nnd
fourth Monrtaj ol each month.
Duta lnmr, tin,M K. a A. M. Regular Com-
mtiiileation at Masonic Hall-Mrst and third
THE'orjn.KELLOWH.
Atr.XAM.ra I)tir, 221. Meeta In OJdKellov'a.
11.11, In Art' r'a llinlllng, ctery Thursday eren
ing, at T o'clock.
I.lt.MIIKII.
S. WALT EltS,
or ALE!
HARD ani) SOFT LUMBER
j ev"" description,
iiATII, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOOMS, SAS1I, BLINDS.
ORDERS SOLICITED.
S TKAM1IOAT LU M 15 H It,
Furnished on shortest notice.
Cotiitncrcial-av, bet. 10th and 1 lth-fct.s.,
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
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SIXTY-FIVE F I R S T P HI K E
MEDALS AWARDED
TIIK GREAT
BALTIMORE
MAXfrAca-ouv
W.M. KNABE & CO.,
Manufacturers of
GRAND, SQUARE AND UmilUlT
:pi.AJLsro FOBTBS
BAI.TIMORK, MARYLAND.
Thee lntrnmentN hate been before the public
for nearly thirty years, and uron their excellence
alone attained nn vnpurthatnl prttmwtnet, which
pronounces them uneqiialed in
TONE,
TOUCH,
WORKMANSHIP
And DURABILITY
cir All our Stimrf Jinms have our new New 1m
proved Ove!trui'g Scale ard the Agroft Titbit
(tir We would mil special attention to ourlale
Patented Improvement In Gaami Pi inks and
Sqvare Gram s, found In no othee Piano, which
bring the Piano nearer perfection than has jet
been attained,
EVERY PIANO FULLY WARRANTED FOR
FIVE YE All,
Illustrated Catalogues and Price I.ista promptly
furnished on application to
nn. icxaiik a co.,
nALTiJuortc, Mp.
Or any of our regular established ngenele,
o e,19f odawf-m
CASSIDY, WOLFE k CO.,
PnonucK and Groceries
WARIIINOTON AVENUE, BETWEEN
ElflllTII AND NINTH STS,,
CAIRO,
.LLINOIb
TGIvo thorn a Call I -a
dcclOdlm.
II. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Commorcialeavo.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY J 7, 1872.
m iuii,..si,r. (U(in:iis,
R7."s"iYTH&"00.",",
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO L X Y E K
V A I It 0 . 1 1. It I N O I n .
A'so, keep constantly on ha'nd a most com
plele stock of
iiiQ,'croKa
SCOTCH ANI) IRISH WHISKIES
- G I N H,
Port, Maderin, Sherry and Catawba Wines
P SMYTH A CO. sell exclusively for cash. to
XV. which fact ther tnrite the e.pciat atten
tion of close bargain buyer.
Special attention given to Filling Orders.
IIAItllKItS.
J. GEO. STEINHOUSE.
FASH J ON ABLE J3ARI3ER,
Cor. Mtli-sl. nnil Conimrrrlnl-rir.
THharp Razors.
BsfCleAn Towel and
ee-Skillfull Wcrktnen
BVLadii-e' and ehlldrcn's hair cut and sham
pooed, clth. r nt the shop or at their own home.
ftarGentletneriV whi.kers and h lr djed In
artMlerr , nner Saacllen inisrantel.
lOC.MIHII.S.
I. & E. green wald.
MAkcrtCTfata m
Steam Eeginei
Boiler,
Flour ond Gni Mill-,
fia Mill,
The "Topper Patent Gratetiar
M AOII1NERY FOR (1ENERAL PURPOSES,
CINCINNATI OHIO
owdein"
UllNr.llAI. AOKNTH.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS
GENEHAL AGENTS
inn
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
it r. KCII A N T H
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
ent of
Ohio Itlver nnd Knnnsilin
S-A.XiT COMPAliriES
70 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
WAtiOXS.
WAGON r"lilANUI?ACTOny."
For Salo nt Wliolt'siilu or Retail
CORNER :i2l-hTltr.KT AND OHIO I.EVEK,
Cairo, Illinois.
novlllf s. V. tJAMIII.r.
l'AINTl'.ltN.
MOORE It MATHEWS,
Houso, Sign and Ornamental
PAIKTEES,
Drcornllve rnrrlinnf$luir, ltls"n'
I tit, 'lf.,
Dono In tho higho.t ttjls ol - . 'l "
raten that Jely conipellllon.
HOP IN PEURY HOUSE, CORNER OF 8TH
REET AND CMWKRCUL AVENUE.
i.irr. i.ni:hamji:.
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA.
The Most Succefui. Live Insurance Corporation of tii
tiik "World.
PUEELY
NO STOCKHOLDERS
Amount of Policies in Force Dec. 31,
Total Income to Same Date,
Net In'crkasi: of Risks in Force, 1870,
Tho I.nrsrxf .Vp Incrensr dnrlssR the? ycarl)70 ofnsiy Compntiy in the World.
Gros Increase or Risks in Force, 1870, $30,327,7.10 00
Only two companies In tho world exceed this gros Increase during I .!.
Tim onlv company which guarantee, a a chartered rlht, tho nrtnctido of LOCAL 1NVKST
MKNTrt IN KACH oTATK, In proport'on to Its Premiums or lte.!nuranen Fund.
The only company whirl, by It charter, gives KACH 8 1'ATK A RKPRESENTATIVK IN THE
HOME HOARD OF DlllECroltS
GENEEAIi OPPICE, ST. XjOTJIS, MO.
JAMES H. IIRITTON, President.
Henry W. Houoii, Vlco President. Felix Coste, Supt. Missouri Dqd.
AVm. IIanlky, Sccrctury. John N. Pritciiard, Treasurer.
C. F. Burnks. Attorney. E. L. Lemoine, M. D. Med. Oilicer.
Hon. Wm. Baiines, Consulting Counfol nnd Actuary.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT.
E. P. Burlinoham, .Alanagcr.
caibo bba'kch: boaed.
The following Mined gcnllemen hold or control tlo.ooo insurance each, tn the Llle Ai'ociatlon
of Atner ca :
P. AV. IiAr.ci.Ar,
11. AV. AVkiiii.
II. II. Candke,
John Antrim,
Chas. Galioher,
J. M. Phillips,
C.Uanny,
R. S. ltntoiiAM,
Paul G. Scuuii.
I.rnni our Itntrs mtd Plnns bercirryoti Injure In nny other Coinpnn.v.
LOCAL AGENTS.
Carl L.Thomas, AV. B. Kerney.
deeMdlm.
TOVI"S. TIXWAHK, KTC,
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
-'Uia-Jk
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clfdli,- Wringer Voile
Ware, Coal Hods, Klre hhot,;!',. Air Onte.,
MiMrAcrimn or
TIN, ZINC. COPPER AND SHEET
IKON AVARE.
No. 1G6 Washington-avenue,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
SaT"Hoorlnic Guttering, and all kinds ofjob
wurkdoneat shortest notice telddlf
NHJ.V wniTi.it.
CARL L. THOMAS,
SIGKLT WBITEB
now prepared to rn.pond promptly to alt de-
manus rnr ma service.
SHOP-Coit. Stii-st. and Commercal-av
In the Perry Home,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
nov.-Jdtt
IIOOItN, SASill, KTC I
oo TO-
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J TENTH STREET,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
FOR
Iloorsj, Mihli, IIIIndH, Moiildlnsi,
rYeiitlcr,(od Wliulowimd looj
rriuiie!, I'loorlnir, I.nlh,
KIiIiirIcsi, tlluaed Nnji, (Ilused Hide
Lights, Ulnzed TrniiNoniN,
Nnsh H'oIbIiI", NiimIi Pulllesj nnd Cordw,
Illliid rtvutcnliiBSJ, ItoofliiK
I'clt, ItoolliiR Cement, Plastering
Piiper, Carpet Pelt, White
Lend, I,tusel Oil, Auicrlcnu Window
3lnaiN, Knellsh nndPreiich
Pinto (Hats, Putty, lnicr'i Polnlti
Newer Pliesj Pntent Chlmneytti
Etc., Kle., Klc
AGENTS (or Rock Illrel Poper Company's
Vheathing Felt and QuarlaCemont.
II. W, John's lmprovrd Kooflig always an
and
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASIIINGTON-AV.
Same Aof. in
2 XT rv U A. Xt ;
TO ABSORB PROFITS.
1870,
-
?45,0w5,740 00
3,071,788 80
20,000,910 00
John II. Orerly,
AVm. Morris,
T. J. Kerth,
AV. S. Epson,
NF.VNPAli:il.
THE NEW YORK
EVENING POST
rou isTii.
1IIICKS ItKIXICF.n-
' will supply the Evening Post a tollowst
DAILY.
Ono year - ...
For shorter period?
12 HO
....f I per nionil.
WEEKLY.
Single Copr one year l K
F'lve Cnpie " 7 OU
Ten 12 (0
Twenl) ' W 00
SEMI-WEEK LY'.
Single Copy ono year (.1 0(1
I'lvu OopitM ' ' Vi CO
Ten Copies " " i!0 (JO
Or e will send tho lolluiving periodical to
stih-eritiers. In connection vrllh tho TTitiiiiij Jbjr,
at the pnev named t
With With
Weekly Hcmi-Weekly
Evening Pot. Evening Pot.
Harper's Weekly. .3l U) C Co
Harp. r'a Darar .4 M is 00
llnrjore Mucitfnc I B(u
Every Saturday 5 10 CM
Atlantic Monthly . csi t.Ki
Our Young Folk :t bo 4 M
Serlbnet'n Monthly ....4 M) t. CO
Ttie (ialnxy 1 00 DM
Tim Aerieulturi! :i Ui r, (si
Hearth ind Rome 1 T. .'. 1
Christian Union 3 Ut S no
To each atlbscr tjer tothe .teiiinj Jwand Cnrii
in ii Union tor one year will bo sent two exquisite
French Oil ChroTO, entitled "Wide Awake" and
"I'at Alep," which are worth at retail SlOfor
tho our.
TRY IT I TRY IT 1 1
For 15 cents we will send the Weekly Evening
Post from new until January I, or forfiOcent. we
will (ond the semi' Weekly Post during the same
time.
specimen nrmbera of the Evening Post sent
free.
Address WM. C. BRYANT, 4 CO.
ew York.
BUTCIIrJlfl.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEHLER & BROTHER
Have reopened the
POPULAR M K AT .HAltKKI',
Co M M E RC I A E-A V.,
Iletneen Klntli nnd Tenth Ktreetn,
and will keep constantly on hand the bent meats
siangiitereil in me uuiro mnrKt i. inejr neiyenin
leryi
petition, (lire tnem trial.
aephltf.
JAKE WALTER,
BUTCH IE 3E&
AM) prvnu 11
FRESH MEAT,
EintiTii Street, Between AVasuinoton
and Commercial avenues,
AdolnlilK Illltriihotioe .t Hiuiiijt'h.
Keep the best of lleef, Pork, Mutton, Veal
Lamb, HaiiHOge.ele., and are prepared to mrr,
citliena in thu most aecetitablo maiitier. agSOe
JAMES KYNASTON,
Sltttrliar nrl Denier In nil Hind fresh
.item,
Ceansa Ntir.tirrii ash P.iiw.ahStamt.
t Allll, ILLINOIS.
DUYS and slaughtera only the e r l'.t eallle,
XJ nogs anil sneep, ami i preptre'i in nu any
Ueiiiard for fresh me.its Immune pnmid In ten
ttiousanu pnuiius. -ii'i.'ini
NlT.CIAI. NOTIt'KK.
UATCllKl.Olt'N II AIM lVK.
This anperb Hair Dye I ttie atsr in tiik Wuat-f
Perlecllv Harmlein llelUble and Inklhii.ten'iv.
No disappointment. No Rldiculou Tint or Un
pleasant Odor. The genuino W. A. Ilaohtlor'.
Ilalr Dye produces 1MMKIHATKI.Y a splendid
lllack or natural Hioaii. ioe not Suun the
Hkin, but leave the Hair Clean, Soil nnd Heautl
fill. The only Safe Jlld Perfect D)e.
Buld by all druggists. Faotoiy Hi "nnd Street,
New York. laniSldrOiMwly
ON MARRIAGE.
Itappi relief lor young tntn Irom the elteciao
errorn and abuses In early lite. Slanhood re
atored. Nervoua I'vlillily cured. Imnediment
to luarrlago removed. New method of treat,
ment. New and remarkablo remedies. Hooks
and elrculara sent tree. In sealed envelopes. Ail
5??si HOWARD ASSbcIATlON. Willi
Ninth HI.. I'hllaUalphla.. Pa. dK'Wdaa'"'.
S'OSIMINNIOA A.M l OIMYAnitl.M..
J M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(Siicce.or to F. II. Hendricks A Co., )
Forwarding and Commisaion
MERCHANTS
in
W H ARF-UO.vT PROPRIETORS
Are prepared to receive, st.ire ant crward
freight to all points and birr ar "
sell on commission.
THuinc attemleu to promptly
CLOSE k VINCENT,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
AMP
Cement, Plaster Pakis,
asu
PLASTERER'S II A I It,
Corner F.lKhth Ntrret nnil Ohio le
CAIRO, ILI
JOHN B. PHILLIS k SON,
(Hncoesiort to Jno.II. Phlllls,)
GENERAL COIISSION
ASH
FORAVARDJNG MERCHANT?,
AND
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Elour, Meal, Bran, &c.;
con. TENTII-ST. and OHIO LEVEB
CAIRO. ILL.
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
WHOLESALE GROCER,
PTtODUCE AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Tin, 711 Ohio I.eree.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
MTSpeclal.'attention given to conslgnmanta
and orders.
AVOOD KITTEN HOUSE,
FLOUR
AMP
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, Illinou
CHARLES M. HOWE & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AND
FORWARDING MERCHANTS.
No. G4 Ohio Loa'co,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
nonrMtr
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
SMi
FORAVARDING MERCHANTS,
AMI
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS von FAIRBANKS SCALES
na Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
STRATTON & BIRD
(Stirresnra to Straiton, Hudson 4 Clark.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
ANI
COM.M ISSION M ERCIIANTS,
57 Oliio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
tW-Agenta of A met lean Powder Co., atid inaa.
agent foreettoinarn.
7.. 11. SIATHUSS. c. uat
MATHUSS & U-HI..
AMD OEKRAIi
COMM ISSIOX M.EHOHANTI,
HEALERS in
HAY AND AVESTERN t'RODUCB
Ao. 6t OHIO I.EVKK,
Btticun Fourth Sixth St4., AlROJUs
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