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JOHN II. OBEBLY & CO., PROPRIETORS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS SATURDAY, JANUARY 27 18T2.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASIIINGTON-AV
Til EMAILS.
Aaaivr, lunar
Sirlh, Throut v:'l a.m. I'nip.m
v'ay stif p-ni. I."" s m.
oulb, Way 1i.lJf.tn ;iip.ui.
" Through N. a. Mem-
unit Columuii t.. pin. :ip.m,
Hun llr route, (eicept
v onlay) iWip.in. b.i p.m.
l.-n. Mountain tt. K !f:fla.li. Il:ip. n.
Ittver rout-, Tuesday
and Friday m fl.Wip.m. T.i'ie.m.
1 uei.ee, looe fhlMtafl A f nnta
III., Thur.day Ir t -
ley ej.Wp.m. 7:'e in,
VUyfleM, ntandvihe end
eielve, Ky Il.oua.tn. .i'p.m.
urrict note.
il rural Ili Try 7iKe,m.
V unday I toVa.m.)
otiey Order depa.tincrit...... :' a.m. S.W
renter " " " i.oi a.m. D.oup.m.
i.ouey Order and l!eller department no
i on Kun'l,)
OUR CHURCHES.
KESiirTKiMAN-Blxrilii.atreei.
Trrachlnx, KaMmlh at IOJ.J a. ., and r. .
I'rayer meet'lig, Wedne.itay at 7 e. .
Sunday 8c!i ml, .1 f. v. J. M l.antden, Huper.
; Intenden. Kv. C. II. Hoova, uir.
UBTIIODIMT-Cor. Kigl.lh and Walnut Ma.
I'rtachlne, Halilmh lo'-j . ., and T r. at.
I'rayer meeting, Wrdneiday, 7i e. .
HuoJaytkhool .1r I,. w. Htllell, Huper-
intendent. Itef. K. L.Tuoarsoir, I'attor.
tilUKCII OKTHK ltKHKKMKII-(r:rl'll)
Morning prayen, HaMuth 1"J . .
E.ening pra)r,.JJ r. .
HalibMh (xhojl, la. .
t!er. Me. Com, Rector.
1f. PATRICK S CIIUKCII or. Nfntli Hi. and
vVaxhlnglou Avenue.
utlic Servlee,Hl.ti3lliSJ,An. to'.' a.
Veiper. 3r.a.
tindyr)chool,i r. m.
lervlce .every day, S r. m.
Kev. I'.J. O'lliLtfle.a, I'rltat.
' iB.NMKNWCIIRWTIANAhHOCIATIO.N-KJC
ular meeting efond Mondav eacb month at th
I'rayer room of the I're.hyleriaa Church
Veealy I'rayer meeting, Priday. 7J-J . ., at
.ha Prayer room of the I're.bjterlan church.
C. i'eci.n. President.
AKKICAN METHODIST fourn-eulh, Ulween
Walnut anl Cedar
irH, Sabtatli, 11 . .
Sua lay tvhool, 1 r. u.
Cm Jr. M.
jltOJ.SU KHEK-WJLL 11APTI9T Fifteenth 81.
Preaching, 7)4 r. m. Itev. Win. Jack ion, I'attor.
ketaeen Walnut and Cedar.
Semen Sabbth, all J 3 r. a.
Iter. N. Rich, Pa.ler.
'KEK-WIt.I, IIAPrirtTIIOMB MI-i.ilu. hUN
IAT UC1IUUI Corner wa'nut and Cedar Sta.
' unday Bohoolr! a. n.
WT.rilEB WII.I. IlAl'TIiT CIIURCII-Cur-ry'a
Sarricka.
erticei, 8abbtb 11 a. ., r. n. and r. .
Her. Wm. KutiT, Pa.lor.
rtlUTMiaSIO.VARY BAPTIST CHUKCII-Het-
waan luin maa inn aircri, Drarraar.
Prcachlni BaUath a. .,and 7; r. .
. Ctaar Meetlnf. Wednesday ereniaic.
ttachiDf, Friday orolnjr.
rabbathiV'bool, 1 r. m. John Van Baxter and
Mary Htepheni tiu(rlntndent.
Ile. T J. Hkoeii. Paato
Hr.OJNt) HAPrTCIIUUCII-l-ouiteenlh atreet,
lelweenCeJar and Walnut; Kef. Jacob Brad
ley, Elder ; the enly Ilaptiit Church recoxniied
i y the Allocution. FeMlre, bunday II o'clock
a.m., at 8 p.m. and at 7 p.m.
Jacob llntiii, Klltr.
SECRET ORDERS
Uiiao CoMKiaciar, No. 13. staled Aatembly
at tue Aaylum Maaoni 1 llall, firat anJ third, Ha
ordaft In each month.
Cnao Cocacu, No. it. Regular Conoc ation at
aaonlc llall. the aecond Friday In each month.
Caiao Cm rn a, No. 71. Regular Contocation
at Matonic Hall, on the third 1'ueaday of etery
Caiao Uota. No.S37 F. A. M Regular Com.
municationa at Maienic llall, the accond and
fourth Mondaya ol each month.
Hani l,ow,i, No.tAS y. A. M. Regular Com
.nunicationa at Uaaonlc Hall 3ret and third
rhuradaya In each month.
TIIK ODD-fXLLOWg.
Aiaiixcia Lodoi, 221. Meet! in UddFellcv'a.
Hall, InArtrr'e Huilding, erery Thuraday eten
ing, at 7 o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS.
STATE OFFICERS.
Rorernor, John M. Palmer ;
Lieutenant-Governor, John Dougherty I
Secretary of State, Edward Hummel ;
Auditor of State, C. E. Lipplncott ,
State Treasurer, K. N. Bates ;
Hupu Public Ioatruction, Newton Uatemaii.
conor"essmen.
Jesators Lyman Trumbull and John A. Logan,
representative for the blate at Lar-e J. L
BaTerldire.
RepreneniatiTe Thirteenth Dulriet John MS
:b.
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Hennton, let District T. A. E. Ilolcomb, ol
Unino, uniis.K. GiUnn.of Rallatin.
KepresentatlTe, lat I)ltrict II. Wataoa Webb:
COUNTV"OFFIOER.S.
CIRCUIT COURT.
Judge i. j. uiiacr, " AicA.iin
I'roatcutlng Attorney J. V. McCartney, ol
Maaac
Circuit Clerk Jno. Q. Harman.
MheriH-A. II. Irvlrt.
r ivm u-ri n iiM,nr anr i leaiarer.
COUKTT COURT.
Judge F. Dross.
Associates J. K. McCrlte and 8. Harchlldon.
Clerk Jacob 0. Lynch.
Onroner John II. (iosimaa.
" MUNICIPAL "GOVERNMENT
jyor John M. Ltnsden.
t'reaailier J. U. Taylor.
Comptroller E. A. Ilurnatt
Cl.rk-Mlchael Howley.
1 arabal Andrew Cain,
Attorney P. II, Pope.
PolWa Magiatratet-F, Brosa and H. 8hae.
styi
Unlet el Police L. U. Myers,
.., . BKLKCT COUHCIL
ayor John M. Lanaden,
rirst Ward-P. 0. 8chuh.
Second Ward C. K. Woodward.
Third Ward-Jno.Wood.
, . fourth Ward-S.BtAaUTayler.
Cltyat.Urga W, P. Ha lllty aad I). Umi.
0AKD OF AiniRMIK.
HlWr WARD-Jaraee Rearaen,
Leo Kleb,
Isaac Walden.
KCOMDWARU-R. H.lCunninghain,
.. t. iiuuer,
Henry Winter,
JameaBwayne,
CBIRD WARD Wm. Stratlon,
Patrick Fitsgetald,
OURTH WAIID-Jaraca Carroll, t
O.U.Beaae,
J.II.Mctoair.
rpu V OTTTT Trnrxr
XXXJJ IJUUJJUIUI.
EUGENIE'S JEWELS.
811 K OKTi OVER $400,000 rftOM A LONDOK
JKWKM.ril. Aj I.IHT Of TIIK COM.KCTIQN
Wo copy hi follow from tho'correipon
dunco of ilio New Ycrk IPorM :
Loxbo.v, Dim. 15. In lliore no on at
home who li ilffirmn of making; a really
linridhoinu lirciont to 1 the ruijjn'.ng fatn
lly" Ht the Whlto liouje 1 really preienl
really worth tnlklr.K about 1 If o, let
that piron ffi uvKt to me a check for
tlio comparatively trilling mm of $500,
000, n tnl he ihall recclvu by the next
tenmnr the whole of the l,jewel of nn II
lutrloua lady now in exile, ' which were
purchaicd trie other day by Meure. Km
antiel, of llond ttreet, for JM0,Q0). Of
courts 80,000 ti only 400,000 ; but the
odd $100,000 li none too much to be divid
ed between the Metirr. Emanuel and tnv
elf. You will gueu without any dittl
culty that tlio 'illunrljiu lady'' It noti
other than the Kraprcat Kagnie. Hr
li h Hit of thujewelf, many of them, It In
understood, having been the gift of crown
ed headt to the unfortunate lady who haa
now parted with them.
Hracclet larijo fine ruby and diarnondi.
Wtttch and chateline, and black jewel
ed in dinmondaand colored precious (tonra
a marvoloui piece of ictt'np.
Pair of large alngle-ttono diamond car
lopi. Hrarelet Tim centre of a vary large
lapphiro of tplendid aualily and color, let
round with largo brillia.-.te on an elaitic
band on large diamonds.
Diamond brooch rcpreicntlng tha flower
of an orchid, with long pendant leavti and
dropi.
A pair nf large diamond anchon.
A inpphira and dinmnnd necklace, of
rare largo sapphire, with largo brilliant!
Intervening.
An aigrette of diamond", emeralds and
pearl i, arranged in oriental fa'hinn.
Head ornament Diamond rnce leaves
with fulliixu rose and buds in the center.
Purchaicd in the London exhibition of
18C2.
Head ornament diamond wheat-ears,
with corn, flowers and gran.
Head ornament diamond olive wreaths
with b'.tck heads interspersed.
Ktnorald cross with pearl nacklace. Tha
emeralds are of the rarest tint and of per
fect quality, the pearls all matchtd each
other in site, form and whiteness.
Iilack pearl necklace. A very largo col
lection of largo black pearls, with black
pearl and diamond snap.
Three pearl and diamond tringe pend
ants, composed of large stones.
Now, for what purpose haa the empress
at this moment sold her jewels? For what
purpose does she need just now the sum o!
fs0o,000? One csn imagine the sorrow
with which a lady still young and beauti
ful, parts with the goms which hare been
given her in happier years. There was
no necessity, perhaps, for " Mrs. Clarke "
to sell her dresres and shawls in
New York a few years ago; the little
game of which that procedure was a part
was tolernbly well understood at the time.
Hut I belivo thcro is no actuiil poverty at
Clihelhurst. I have not heard that the
butcher and baker havo to call twice for
their motev. The emnreis has last re
turned from the continent ; there are
many intrigues going on in France ; in
trigues requiring money; how much of
this $100,000 is to find its way to the
pockets of the officers of the French army?
And here another question suggests itself.
If the empress can buy back her throne
for $400,000, is it really worth the money ?
If instead of invciting'in that speculation
she should purchase f lOo.OOO worth of Mr.
Iloutwcll's tire per cents., she would hava
an income of $20,000 a year, and on this
sum a small family may manage to live,
especially in Kngland.
HIDES, FURS, TALLOW AND PELTS
Messrs. Burnett 3e Co. are paying St.
Louis prices for bides, furs, etc., as fol
lows :
rcR.
Prime Mink fl.7ito 2.7b
" Raccon 60c to 0c
" Musk Rat 10 to 12)
" "Wild Cat 40 to 50
" Opossum... 10 to 13
" Otter 6.00 to 6.04
" Beavor Skins 6.00 to 7.00
IIIDXS.
Hides, ilrv flint, ner lh 18c to 20.
J " Green Salt, " " 10c
" Green, Butchers, per lb... 7 jc to 8c
Butchers and trappers 1 do you remem
ber what these articles wore worth before
we came hero? They rere worth just about
on half of what they are now 7 Sustain
thoso who benefit you. The above prices
enn be depended upon.
Respectfully, etc.
Burnett & Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, III.
jan.l0-d-3m.
BUSINESS NOTES
Ri'bsiAN ssrdcllee at Jorgenson's; try
them. tt
Thr best French anchovies n the city
at Jorgonson's. tt'
Go to Dr. McGauley for Rattingcr'i Fe
Tr Drops. Warranted to cure tbo chills
Joroenbon has the finest supply ol
Spanish olives In the citv. Try them
tf
Found. That the choicest butter Is
at Jorgcnsen's Staple and Frtnry Grocery
store.
Wisp brooms
in
Great variety at Scbuh's.
Othtkbs. Louis Herbert has alwaa on
hand a fresh supply of Saddle Rock oys-
er. tt
Peck, Freak, & Co' a London blsoui t
always on hand, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue. If
Combs
of nil kinds and at all price
nt P. G. Sclnth's.
Fon now citron, orange, and Itmori
pcol, go to Jorgonson's corner of Twen
tieth street nnd Washington avenue, tf
Jokoekson hn tho best Kast India
preserves for sale- cheap. tf
Vrioiit' n pius Ultra minced mea '
prepared expressly for family use, at Jor- 1
genien's.
Farina Koquet
at
Paul O. Scbuh's.
Nw French prunes, currants and
raisins always on hand at Jofgenion's
grocery store. tf
"" Phv.vii.Lks, in one pound boxas, at
Jorgensen'i.
imported Malaga grapes at Jorgen
son's, corner of Twentieth ttreet and
Washington avenue U
The Pride of the Campbell's
. at
P. O. Scbuh's.
CbtstaL vinegar from London at Jar
gtnson's, corBr of Twentieth street and
Washington avenue. tt
Dusters and Brush '
" "in - -
Oraat Varlaty
At Paul O. rkhuh't..
L. Jurgensen hat on hand a fraeb tup
p(y of Damsoni, in syrup. tf
Where arc you going? To tha place
number 3, Ohio levee, where they kp
the best fruh oyiteri. flih and fame, anJ
the finest wines, liquors and cigars to b
faund in the city. Open at all hours, day
or night. ' J. K. Park
For Salk. A cottage on 13th street
containing 7 rooms, cistern and out
houses complete. Apply to
W. W. Trorktov.
.Slkkpiku Rooua ro Rixt. Tan
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City Na
tional Bank building. Apply to
EDWARD DEZONIA,
At City .National Bank.
Paul G. Sohuh sells Hattingar't medl
sines. tf
JAKE WALTKn,
BTJTCH ZED E
aa atataa rw
FRESH MEAT,
BmnTH Btrkkt, Bktwbkv WACBnmT
AD COWWIKCIAL ATKHCM,
AttJwIalBff Klltcttbaaa nanay'a.
Kaep the let of Deaf, Park, Mattel), Veil,
Lamb, Hanafe. ete., and are prepared t aarta
aitlaeaa to the ien.1 aTeptabla raanner.
COAL.
COAL! COAL I COAL!
JAMES ROSS,
Hiira is
1)U QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
COAL!
Commrcial-av., Foot of Eieventh-Ht.
All Cal carefully weighed at Mi a yard aa Fair
oanka' acalen.
FCLL WRISUT WABRABTKD.
Voal ileliverad on the ahortaat notice la aa)
part ot the cl.y, ellker by tao half toa, tea or car
lead.
Leave order at tka offlce on Commereial.ar. a
he feet of Kleveath etreet. BOTltd-4m.
" I II I. LI
dmt seam,
71. FALL-WINTER. 72
C. HAN NY.
LARGE STOCK.
BROWN SHKBTINUH,
PRINTS,
riciciasrcj-s.
CHECKS,
aa
STRIPES,
KIKTUCXT JIAVf, EXTRA,
CASSIMKRB,
BLACK ALPACAS
am
LUSTERS,
GROS GRAIN SILKS,
POPLINM.
LAROK STOCK OF CARPKTINO
OIL CLOTHS,
MATTIKO,
Wlssalaw Rhtvelaa,
1LT BAUDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACI
DAUAaKS.
II ta KaUrt4k Xw 1aia sins
AT
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CObNIB 8TH IT., ADD COMMIRCTAL'AY.,
C'stlr. Illlnola.
aeptllf
BATOIIELOK'S ll.VIR DVB. J
This auperb Hair Dye is the bibt tstMaWeaia
Perfectly Harmloia, Itellable and Inathanteoua,
no disappointment. ro Kiaiuuinua iinta or via
rileaaant Odor. The genuine W. A. Bauhelor'a
lair Uy arodttoea IMMKDUTKI.Y a aplendld
Blatk or natural Brown. Doca not 8iwn the
Hkln. hut leaieathe Hair CUan, Soft and Haaull-
ful. The aalT Bare and Perrect live.
HnMb-alldrufflsla. retoi jluBondBtMst,
NawYofa. iaMdeedw)
Mrn iXNt'ttAxci:.
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA.
Thr Mot .SuccKsrui. Lifk Iksuranck
tiik
PTTBBL Y
NO STOCKHOLDERS
AUOL'XT OF PoLtctca IK Forck Dkc. 81,
Total Incouk to Sauk Datk,
Net Iwchkark or Kihkh ik Forck, 1870,
Tlt LiraMl HftitjcrcauiaaJarissK Iho jear 1HTO of aiuy Company In the World, j
Oroh Ikcrkank or Rioks ik Forck, 1870, $30,327,7.10 00 j
Onlr two cempaalet In the world exceed thie Kroaa lncreae during 170. ,wfa-p '
The cnle company which guarantee, aa a chartered riM. the innciple of LOCAL I.N tJI V- ,
UESTH IN EACH bTATK, in proportion to Ita Premium i or ";ln.n'nK,h,il'J,,TiTivr ivtiiv
The only company whir h. liy Ita charter, gites KACII H I A TK A IlKI'ltKShNTATIN K IN TIIK
UOKE IIUAKU OF DIKECTORh.
aENEEAi OFFICE, ST. XjOTJIS,
JAMES II. BRITTON, President.
Uxxrt W. IIouou, Vice President. Ff.lix Costk, Supt. Missouri Dept.
Wii, IIaklkt, Secretary. Johk N. Pritciiarp, Treasurer.
C. F. Hurkm, Attorney. E. L. Lkmoikk, M. I). Med. Officer.
Hon. Wm. Harnkh, Consulting Couniol iind Actuary.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT.
E. P. BuKLiyoiiAM, Manngcr.
CAIEO BEANCH SOJIJD.
The fallowing named geattema hold or control 110,000 inauraticc each, in the I.lle Aisoclatlon
of Amerca;
P. W. Barclat,
11. W. -VVkiib.
II. II. Cakdkb,
J0H!f A5TIUW,
Ciias. Galioher,
J. M. PiiiLLirs,
C.Han.vt,
R. S. Brioiiam,
Paul G.Sciiuh.
Lexsrst anr Mala anal Platia before
LOCAL AGENTS.
WecStdJm.
Caii. L.TiioMAa,
is. con.
SO
co
to
AS
FAMILT dBSMCMini.
IiOUIS JOROKNSEN,
leaUr (aaUklaOaar
STAPLE AND FANCY
jO-BOOBBlBS.:
I i
rarmrr'a Yarrl anil risatilina;
without ciiarok.
'
, ,
p.- WAahineton'tV. and TweutietU-bt. ,
v'u, " """
i ....
1 OAIBS, 1LU.
jrs7UV
Corporation of tiik Same Aok in'
World.
IM: TTTTT AL ;
TO AIJSOUH PROFITS.
1870,
$45,055,740 00
3,074,788 80
20,000,940 00
John II. OnERLY,
AVm. Morris,
T. .1. Kkrtii,
S. Edson,
you Inanre In any olber Company.
W. B. Kkrnet.
roDSDKIH.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
micnicitiiii or
Htram Kasnnet
Boilara,
Flonr oad Grist Mill,
Saw Mills,
The "Tnpper" Tatent Cratebar
MAOniNERY TOR GENERAL PURrOftE.,
CINCINNATI OHIO
i.mriKit.
S. W A L T E R S,
PCllFK l
HARD and SOET LUMBER
tt ery deerlptlon, 1
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, RLINDS.
orders solicited.
Steamdoat Lumhe r,
Furnished on shortest notice.
Commercinl-av, bet. 10th and llth-stn.,
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
tTd
wiim.FJHAi.r. cnoi'KnR.
I"'MYTH""& co."'
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO I.KVKF.
V, A I It . I 1. 1. I X O I H .
Alio, keep ronitantly nn hand a moil eom
pleta tock of
XjIQ.TTOIRS
hc.'ttui and irish whiukiks
-(SIN H,
Port, Maderia, Sherry and Catawha Wines
RilMVTII CO. lell eieluileeljf for eaili.to
. which fact ther Invite the epeiel ati-n.
linn af eloe bargain Lujer.
Bpteutl attention ytetn to Filling Order
rvtiH and innrjs.
H. LEVY k CO.,
I HI iM I
HIDES AND FURS,
WOOL, rKATIIKIIN, KTC.,
3 OHIO.LEVHB1.
.l0rli;t
Cairo, Illinois,
'iimi,((S and roawAitmaii.
J. M.-VHII.IjIPS Si CO.,
(SdcccortoK. n.uM,iev. a r.
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS
WHARF-UOAT PROPRIKTOUS
Liberal Adtancea rr.i i upon.
consignment.
Are prepared to receife, it.ire ant orward
frclghta to all point and Imy and
sell onVotniiil-ilon.
nuwinpud ntteD1d lo oromptlT
j (JI-OSE k VINCENT.
GENERAL COMMISSION
' MERCHANTS
j ivo
DBAIEES LIME
j Cement, Plaster Parik,
j 1X0
PL A ST KR Klt'S II A I It,
Corner Klsthlb Ntrcet nml Ohio I.ovre
CAIRO, ILL.
MlLLEll & PAHKEIt,
GENERAL COM.MISSION
FO RW ARDI No"" M ERCH AN TS,
DEALEHS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS tor FAIRBANKS SCALES
68 Ohio Letee, CAIRO. ILLS.
1 STKATTON k BIRD
1 (Hucceior toHtratton, Hudson A Clark.)
I iitttat -nc a t in nn rvm.iT a
W XlUUtiOAUJU VjrAVVyJAAVJ,
AKD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Levco, Cairo, Illinois.
-Agenta of American Towder Co., and man
agent for co'.taa tarn'
1.. D. UATHUBf. e. c. unL
MATIIUSS & UHf
FOEWABDI 3TGr
AMI . NF.UA1.
Commission Merchants,
dealers in
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
jio. e oiiio j.r.VKK,
Btturen Fourth A Sulh Fti AIUO.lI.l.
augJl diwtf
II. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Commorcial-nve.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
BUTOiirJtn.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEHLER & BROTHER
Hale reepened the
POPl'I.AH MEAT 5f ARKF.T,
C'OMMERCIAE.AV.,
BelKren Miilh nndTcnlli Ntreela,
and will keep constantly on hand the beat meate
laughtered in the Cnlro mnrket. Thejr defy com
petition. Give them a trial acpUltl.
CHARLES M. HOWE k CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION
isn
F0RWAIIDI5G MERCHANTS.
No. G4 Ohio Lovco,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
norHdtf
JOHN U. WILMS k SON,
ISueeeaaors to Jno.il. Phillle,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
aai
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AMD
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.
cor. TENTIl-ST. and OHIO LEV EE
CAIKO. I LI-
WOOD RITTEN HOUSE,
FLOUR
General Commission Merchant j
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo. Illinois ;
lirlDK AWAKK AOKNTS WANTKD EV-!
V KKVWIIKnB. Hoyn and Girl. Men and
Won en. A Dollar JIKiin and a aplendhl pre.
niliim Chromo to everv iiho;ritK'r, All tho mar.
Kin Kiven to agents. W peril, profit. Don't j
'1Cl" Address V. '. I1ICII X CO., I'orlland. .Mo.
AVOID QUACKS
A victim nrearly indiscretion, euiai?neriou
dtlillly, premauire decs), etc havluc tried in
vain every advertised tn'""r'blM,!,"Ba
i s f ..irnra which ho will ,n,
free to his fellowautterer.. . 1,'T"' '
aygJtwlj
Naaiaastnel.Ne Toi.
EL DORAtfO
billiard saloon and bak
ROOM.
JfOMIf tl ATE, Proprletar.
VxtCmmercial Arenue, CAIRO, ILI.INOI8J
Rett,ranitof California Clgarajust recelrad.
.Vi ;TitI'f?i ,'!f ""PPlied with wlnee, llquon
ami cigar of the tine.t brands.
......... r1pln i .n fln.(1 . in IIIM U IL D
A. SUSANKA,
Proprietnr
MAGNOLIA 'SALOON
And Dealer In Korelgn and Camettle
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
!)7 Ohio Levee,
Helween Ninth and Tenth Streeta,
Cairo, III.
dei-Klf
DEXTER EXCHANGE,
130 Ohio f.eve, near 8(ett Barpe))
J.D.ZANONE, PROPRIETOR,
Fresh Shell Oysters Received Daily)
hteepe alwat on hand flaltlmore anl Mobi.'a
OyrncM, which h will I e glad to serve to kls rua.
lotnera in the heat eltv. decJtf-
nnran.
BARCLAY BROS..
74:
OIIIO LEVEE,
Catao, Ilia
DETJO-O-ISTS
SARATOGA SPRINGS
1.1 U'lt. BUST
AT I1ARCLAVS' DRUG STORE.
Fatan ScreLT, Dailt.
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
m atiET roa rn witbovt raoviLa
At Barclat'.
TJELJIBOLD'g
GRAPE ( CATAWBA ) C ORAI'B ) FILLS
i CATAWnA V 1.1 GRAVE
GRAPE (. catawba ) i onkTZ ) FILLS
1XD ALL or
UELHBOLD'N MKDU'IXEI
TRESn FROM FIRST HAND,
Always In stock In largo supply, and for sale by
inarclay Brill,
PEESH BLUE XjICIC
JUST RECEIVED
ASP
orNnlnbj tlieOlnaa Dottla rCallasi
AT BARCLAYS'.
SVExtra Fine Coloonk;
HaJGKfui.vE Imported Extracts;
HarllAiR, Tooth and Nail Brushes
6F-India Rudber Ndrsert Goo7
AT
BABCuAY BBOS.
PURE WHITE LEAD
a.
w
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Hest grades in arge stock and va
riety, very cheap;
also:
Full Line or Color,
, ut lit in oil;
Taint Brushes, Linseed Oil,
WhltewaitPMshcs Turpentine,
Varn'shai Etc, etc.,
AIL ElilCS AD STAKDAED OVALITttS
At Barclats'.
ItKAt, ESTATE AM SWT.
C. WINSTON k CO..
REAL ESTATE AGENT
AUCTIONS,
T4 (heconp rioeat) ouio letrr,
t'.tIKO, ILLS.,
Ilvv and Sell'' Real Ebtati,
PAY TAXES,
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FURNISH AUSTRACTH OF TITLI
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