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time than it
roto Mound
, Connecticut,
s middle and
it tho same
e machinery.
the pascn-ng-room
up
linner before
From New
v miles, the
Slroad ikirti
sland sound
avcler a fine
I
t AIR,
jg. "N'o ar
i to hear the
is it is there
jictory from
the election
irtv on this
wo tell you
n full accord
in company
the firm of
;odo over to
tensive roll
er the above
rested In n
heA fVnm thft
ltctory, whero
lnealed and
jured. The
nlan as that
2 to Madison,
bordered on
' e
f'lv described
Elt WO will not
will onlv
f't nty seat of
-ro cnarming
( o day after 1
Excursion on ,
n up under
)n, Esq., tho i
idont of the '
tho M.
licipatcd in
JjJ. A. Gal
' Crampton, '
jholr several '
jind relatives
, also other
jon, making
;nnln1 nn1
y by ono of
, tho gentle,
inn. uiner
j.a of the fair
i,any was at
"select. Our
h trim-built
fns burthen.
fjBishop, who
' a mariner
sty man in
-,val at the
T a ll.. I
Win mast I
A at a algnal
tly hoisted,
,e'o afloat on
as deligbt
ct of Long
titant, were
lay to the
e breeze the
. . . !. J I
j ueaireu,
fi'g a shotl of
t the whole
jvd be fully
out we came
Jra the sum
PU at night
liorm-totied
'0f or inform
r-j slow, it
,.0 wako up, I
ire bandied ,
imong the I
(.inister, the
ha of A
l I..,.. ,.r i
i) he related
m in mind
. liko ezcur-
and they
1
0 IJ soon bo
.v. t one savt
pray a lit
m, "I just
' a hymn,
I't know a
"we mutt
ko must do
t another;
the other
of the Ui-
uien dol-
Ine of the
io down to
"I give
t to till"
"When Noah had about completed hit with which RJIi dreaded. And If death
work on hit 'Great Republic,' whnro did ho really what fit it represented, are we
ho driTO hit last nail. ' Several answers. , not struck at the indifference with which
OnetiicecfitedthaHtwMtoimlllliollglit.iman regard It? Introduce Iho subject
' nlng rod on tho cupola, (thai I suppos-
! ihg thore was a cupola); anotlior, Hint It
muit havo been a nlko put In the clo-
phanl's trunk to'keep him from packing it
' off without settling up for his board; but,
when lolJ that Noah drove tho Inst nait
simply on tho head, thoy voted that It was
i tho bacl kind of Iron-y. "Why could
No 1 1 never get out of salt provisions?
KM AXI Rt ' HCCauiO UO always nan iinm on uimru.
'Xsw tiiixo Correct. Says tho gontlo Klla, "who was
' islands a tbo llrst woman mcntloncil in tho bible?"
AVc put on our thinking capj but for tho
Vr'i(7- i I'fo f " wo could only think ol our ma-
? '' Ttniii tcrnal old relative, for when wo go back
i were auoui ... .. i
A 11 t - I ft .11
il mitrli tlm to mat pcriOU icr -origin eimiu iuuii5 iu niiu, nuur u&icnuui nil uio evinpnwiy pot
llirougn niu ( . . , !...). t. i . iixir-ii iii.
us still,' and wo suggested fcve. o, it
was "Jennie Sis," (Genesis). "Well," say
another fair youne lady, (tho graceful Ag
nes VV.,1 "who was tho first man men
tioned in the bible?'' After our igno
minious falluro wc did not attempt any re
ply, but found out that it was a fellow by
the name of "Chap. 1st." "Who was the
shortcut man? asked one. Hero we
thought we "had 'cm" and cxultlngly said , lion ensues; tho ono goes to think upon
Knee-high Mycr, (N'ehemliih.) Wo were i the probable condition of tho market, tho
completely taken down when we found oilier to meditate upon tho words affording
that Jlildad, tho shoo high," (Shiihlte) such relief, and to apply to his own case
claimed tho premium, and the lesson they contain. Now wo would
utterly iiKMoLiKiir.n 1 ask, how did tho sympathizer feel tho
when St. I'aul put in an appearancoas tho worils w,,,ch bo ,iad uored , Alas I his
sAorfsMnan whon ho said, "silver and I 'n"6uago found Its sourco upon thotur
gold, have I none." All agreed that any I fltco of hl "P8. and WM ullercd but to dic
person in that condition was very "abort." j Thcro ' nothing moro natural than this.
So that Uildad and Ncheinlah had to take I ,Iow fcel whnt t,10y " wbcn l,,ey
a back seat. I t0" 'ou tlltt dcBlh ' tl, faUl ,0B"cy of
In this manner we whlicd tho timot,n8n7 How few ofthoie who romlr.d ut
Ibratlng we ' away and whon we rounded to at tho lif ,
to imagine J tie pier at ono of tho
large!'. of the Thimblo Islands, I
it di.l not seem possible that wc had been
four hours on the trip. At the pior wo
were greeted with numerous accessions to
our party who had preceded us by taking
the ears to Stony Creek station and thon
coming off to tho Islands In boats. Among
others, Win. Wilcox, Esq., who, though
young In years, is one of the oldest and
most zonular conductors on tlin Shnro
England, but Line It. K. His always good-natured phiz
parts of the only equalled by his portly and well
Jgypt. This favored person. Tho Thimble Itlunds
"sen hundred are at low water threo hundred and sixtv
j, over tight; live in number, and mako out from tho
W. & Co. , horo in rapid succession. In a recent
-vesiels and letter In the St. Loui 'Democrat,' copied i
, in the ssme, ffum tho New York 'Sun' and written from .
this vicinity, wc learn that thU beautiful ucstroytng not only oursoivos, uui overy
nest of islands is no'vmlarlv bolievf.d to . thing It was our caro to erect. And to
have been tho favorite resort of tho notor-
ious pirato Kidd. and a narrow locked in-
on a much ct jn 0Ile 0f tho largest of theo islands is
Known as
kiwi's iiAnnoit.
Another patch of earth and rock is
known as Money Island, and has been
repeatedly dug over to find the troasuro
Kidd ' reported to havo buried there.
On
l'OTS I&LAXD,
the largest of the group, wo landed. It
is so called from the tradition that on it a
pot of coin and other valuables were found.
In a secluded nook, among tho rocks an
closo to tho water'n edge, we saw a hand
j eomely cut vessol from tho solid rock, fash
. ioned and made into shape by man, of
I somo thirty gallons capacity, and which it
known as KiJd's punch bowl. Un tho
i island, at tho present time, there is u good
. summer houso in tho midBt of a beautiful
grove, a building containing a billiard ta
ble, another with some line bowline alloys
and from tho summit of a pile of rocks on
the highest point of the island Is an ob-
-vi ''"i" wtikii u magnificent tea
viow is to bo had. We woro all as ravon
ous as young wolves, tho protracted sail
and salt sea air having acted as a tonic
such as could not be procured cUo whero.
If Barclay could only secure somo of it
and put it up in bottles to suit, his
fortune would bo made at once, for, liko
Brady's bitters, "every one" would tuko it
Our ulrcady
HEALTHY APPETITE
wcronotin tho least nnneused bv seulni?
tho lob-ters, fish and oysters tukon out of
pnf ",l l"e their native element, the briny ocean, to 1 uumB Rro now co'a-th Pl"f "at gavo
1B in bfne5 I bo manipulated by skillful hands, for us 1 t,,em lhclr "M ''o llod.
. A large . . nt for tlm ..rul. ti. 1 " 'r,ere they stand as Mauds the lofty mind,
icuinc at I nl0EMP' u"beIH ir tho gods. Tho Worn, l.ut unstooplng to the ba-er crowd,
lonir waitinc for dinner nut us In mlnil of ' All tcimntle-M. :iv in tlm civ.imvln.r i.-i,,,)
a guest in a certain hotel in Illinois, (we
will not stato which end of tho .Statu tho ,
houso was located In, for fear of being per
sonal; who bad sent a waiter out for aj
piece of tquirrc-1 for his breakfast. After j
exhausting his patience in waiting, ho j
sent for the landlord, and asked him if I
tho waiter had a good gun. The aiton'
I ittlMl TtnnlfaPA Pikbll Mm wliat tin mi.nl
k The guest then explained that he had sent
the boy out for a pleco ol squirrel, and If !
he had a good gun he ought to havo
killed the "hanimile" and been back long
at;o. However, a patient waiter is no
loter, at we found out In our case. When 1
our dinner was announced we found :
C r and over awaiting ui a most magnificent repast, tho
I lutwccarne birds cf the idr urn! tm A
va.ty d.-p bad bountifully contributed
for our benefit. It is neediest to say that
after our long fait we enjoyed a fe'ait of
reason and a flow of mui i'.v i. n
it point the 1 l&id that while waitini; for dinner hi.' Mi'
','h not be- like a tioor miterabla ii,tm ,.t n. .1...1
but that now (aftur dinner, he felt that he
was exalted but little lower thun the an-
gels In fuct did not know but what be
should turn into one, at he felt tho feath -
crs sprouting, bo said (or felt) we allot I '"'B'01' with its auxiliaries has been se
ut. At C p m. a stitf bree.e sprung up, dulously at work, endeavoring by tho tal
and wo wero soon on board and oil'. All 1 '"""nlc efficacy imparted to it by Omnipo
tail set and plenty of wind, the gentle ( l(jnc('i Xo counteract tho lethal Influenco of
Ella bounded over the this vice and diienthrall man from tho
wiuns cappjsd niLLOWh i clutching grasii f tlila foil de-
like a thing of life, and fa.ter than the stroyer of scul mid body. Suc
specd of the fastest thoroughbred. Our j cess, however, has but titly ' tmllod
trip homo was made in little over an hour. , upon her persevering etlbrtt. Tho
and was enlivened by song and story. We mlllenlal morning of religion's triumph
rounded to Jutt at sunset at the pier, has not yet crimsoned tho east; a morn
whero a loin? strlni? ol currlHtin. : In I Int. will"), mill : .1 . .
V. 7 f
waiting for us, and were soon conveyed
our sovoral homes, hnving spent a day
unalloyed pleasure.
Our letter It dated at Greylock Hall
How we got here, whom we-aw hero, and
what wo are doing must be tho tubjoct of
a future epistle. J. V E. T.
ESS AyT
JIT W. p,
" J-'alea J Wo will k'nTiTj our pl.-uniri-. ;
'Jhat we shall die, we know ;'iu hut the time
And Urawliijf days out, that men htund
UfiOII."
herioin, indeed, must be the thounbts
in orumary conversation ami you nro
greeted with oxclamallons of fear.
Some, Indeed, would even cxclto your
j sympathy by tho melancholy crash with
I which It falls upon their minds. Rut a
I littlo titno and this sadness disappears
, another sonsatlon Is produced ; and, as
. things progress, you become convinced
Mint they dread death, not because of Its
1 .. -l.. I tt !. 1 .
rum iinmiu, uui uvcnusu n is cuiiomary lo
do so.
If you havo occasion to mourn tho loss
of a friend, and go forth In the morning
with oyes steeped in tho expression of
gricf,an acquaintance porchanco meets you,
r. ,.n n .l-
otuiv, unviuuva eujlli. IV Ull, 111
concludes
nothing moro than what wo, ourselves
must undergo; wo all mutt die." Ileroa
ray of consolation strikes your hoart.
You feol rcliovcd at the thought that
your friend dlod not because ho wat dear
to you, but becauso ho was man. Hut
tho business of tho sympathizer demands
i his presence in another quarter; a icpara
nu certainty ever think that it opont
eiurnuy wnuro n uji., wrniso
onu no J cftn renc" ' "ow mny Kow
thftt wbon God clothed man In tho garb of
mortality he gavo htm an immortal toul
whoso future state would depond upon his
labors during life? These are questions
simple, but Important, for when death is
considered, formality should know no
placo.
Closo observation will reveal a great
many things hitherto unknown to us, and if
wo only follow the actions oi somo wo
shall And them acting upon the very tame
principles they condemn, grappling at tho
riches which in public they would affect to
dc.piso, and swelling with tho applauso
they created by showing us the vanity of
n" earthly grandeur, since death will in a
fow mnko our lovM mockory by
how ,,ow 1,10 sentiment! of men conflict
, OTon upwttaU tubjoct, we aro told by ono
j that wc should drain tho cup of pleasure
, to tho dregs, lost to-morrow death may
snatch it from our lips ; by anothor, that
i man is never happy until ho is no moro
himself, "whon all the pangs that grind
his soul in rapture and sweet oblivion
lost, yield a short interval and ease from
pain."
I Life indocd Is a pleasant drama, but let
1 us step behind tho scenes and behold it
stripped of its attractions. Let us enter
tho chamber of disease, and thero teo
J I vanity dlvcstod of its robes; riches with
I out inuuencc, anu iamo in tun naxcuness
I of its fallacy. Let us gazo upon that hu-
I man wreck, upon that countenance, once
boautiful, but now horrible In tho impress
of death, upon thoso eyes once sparkling
in the gaiety of life, now vapid, almost
lost In 'heir sockets, and about to be closed
I with tho final seal. Let us enter the
I wreck and behold tho dolusion. Every
Pslon is now still ; every doslro is now
! appeased ; tho foundation of overy plan U
about to split upon tho rock of its inevlt
ablo fate. What are tho thoughts that
hero seize us ? Wo aro as ono transported
into tho midst of somo ancient ruin. W
gazo upon thoso naked walls once emblaz-
oned with tho tapestry of wealth ; we
tread lightly through tho dark passages
whero formerly rung tho cry of mirth;
wo enter thoso halls onco reploto with fes
tivity, now deserted j every passago opons
Into snaco; wo look around us; every
thing Is silonce, desertion, decay. Alas I
1,10 1,uarU tImt once enlivened those vac-
Or holdinir dark communion
cloud''
Wo pauso. This trembling remnant of
ancient tplondor must also yield to tho
inevitable stroke. Wo aro ourselves again.
Wo look anow upon that frail edifice of
humanity. Wo recall its history. It is
but a blot upon the records of time, placed
thereon but to record a series of unravel.
ings. We depart, and renew tho saying
of Horace.
"Moh ultima llena vcruuiet."
INTEMPERANCE.
II V P. J. P.
I To become fully conscious of tho great
' and fearful influence which intcmneranco
aciuired over tho human race, and
6,10 lts uniTorlallty M a vice, we havo
'. only lo con,1(ler wlUl what comparatively
1 111 uccett Christianity andlils ramlfica-
' tiut11' t'nporanco societies, havo striven,
wHh Inhcront might, to subvert its om-
PlrHnvt'r ,nani "r"1 rescue fallen humanity
from thl' moral ''"very,
. rorn 1,10 p,tbllshmont of Christianity
1 v ll Jlvi"() founder to the present tlrno,
i & -...v.. ..... u.uvi in iiiu giotious fun
to of virtue, dispelling, by tho brilliancy o
of its revivifying light, all vestiges of sin am
d
vtna lli... .t. i t .
mui icnvuig wiu worm in a
state of peaceful, repose.
happy
I he demon of Intemperance to-lay
stalks this broad land, Intent upon nothing
but his dread mittion of dctructlon. Ha
entera society and selects as trophies Its
most honored and distinguished members
he botakos himself to tho homely cottage,
crosses Its threshold and seat! hlmmlf In
the midst ot Itt happy Inmates with las
alltk eye and demoniac fury he gazes
upon the Kina latuer and aUectionate hut
o(
bund, overcomes him with hi
with the
his pray. By bit (lattery be uiurpt the
affections, Tho strongholds of tho enemy
have been captured. His victim now is
at his mercy. Ho raises hit arm. He
strikes, and leaves tho nation without a
head.
If wo wore but fully porsuaded as to'
tho invincible charms possessed by this
vice, after wo first turrendor ourselves to
its blighting influonco, wo would doprccate
lit oxiitonco as a thing of evil. Liko the
charm-snako, which, by somo power un
known, coerces tho warbling bird a vic
tim to hit deadly fangs, this vice, by somo
inexplicable magnetism, allures poor
mortals into its entangled meshes.
With Incrcasod tension it twinos tho
heart with its wob of deceit; it gradually
possesses itself of tho affections; it in
fluences tho passions; it'genoratos in tho
mind a tendoncy to tcnstial gratifi
cation ; and, Anally, to culminato tho rain
it has wrought, seizes its victim, drags
him, body and soul, to tho lowest and
most degrading depths of vice, and then,
its task being finished, consigns him to
tho tortures of despair.
Amazing it is, indeed, that man, tho re
flective Image of hit Creator, should al
low himself to becomo tho voluntary dupo
of this vice. Hit own intelligence tolls
him, very explicitly, that its touch it
pollution.
U I could the fathort and mothers of our
land but lift that mystic vail which pre
cludes their vision from peering into tho
unknown future, and, by this act, behold
the bloated, paralyzed forms of those whom
thoy now gazo upon with eyes of love and
tender solicitude, what a deafening cry
of anguish would escape their lips I with
what passionate ardor would they press
the palsied forms to their hearts, beseech
ing them, in tho name of that God whom
they have forsaken, to return to virtuo't
path, to hearken once moro to tho un
heoded promptings of their better naturo,
and their mentor-conscience I Will they
take heed and shake off this moral
lethargy? Alas, nol Never again will
they walk earth' turfaco at beings of so
briety. Tho demon claims them as hit
own.
THE SOCIAL EVIL.
ANUTUEK, AND A SENSIBLE
VIKW OF TUK QUESTION.
Editor Uullktin :" Martha, " it
would seotn, has succeeded in onlisting the
potent pen of "iStolla" in tho cauto of
fallon virtue, and right causticly does the
(Stella) go for the curly-haired, sweet
scented pups who mako prostitution possi
ble, or at least profitable. Such letters ape,
howevor, unavailing. "M." and "S." are
both on the wrong track. The courtesan
won't come back to virtue becauso she
can't; she can't he decent because God
fearing, God-loving people fear'for their
own purity if they come in contact with
her, especially if the unfortunate ono hap
pens to bo fricndlees and penniless. The
p. p't. t. en the pretty pups can't be got at.
Tho law shields and society protects them.
They crimp their hair and pinch
their foet in good society, while
their victim it kickod without
pity into tho public highway. Shunned
by her former associates she bat but ono
place to go perhaps two. The ever
busy, untiring, teveroly virtuout tongue
of scandal drlvos hereto tho river or to a
house of prostitution, whero, according to
statistics, sho will livo (in the latter, case)
about tight years. Periodically somo
" Martha" wants and tries to roclalm hor,
but unsuccessfully. If I wore to do uuy
thing for these poor girls, I would advise
them to save their money until they had a
competence, and emigrate to whero they
nre not known, say out west, and cither
marry some old bachelor or die of docent
old ago. Both aro possible, for both havo
been accomplished.
If I wanted to stop tho social evil, I
would commenco to stop it where it com
menced to grow. I would teacn girls that
they aro known by tho company thoy
keep and that, If thoy porsist in
cavorting In the streets at nil times
of night, going to balls and excursions and
parties with young follows whom they
know to bo as corrupt at a darklo
dead of th'o small-pox, not very far in
the future there is a first-class chance for
somo "Martha's " heart to yearn to pluck
them as a " brand from tho burning. " I
would teach them to avoid the path to tho
rivor or the brothol, to shun the compani
onship of thoso who, when out of their
right, seek ploasuro in tho society of thoso
whom thoy havo brought to shamo, and
tupport by their patronage Liko the
parable in tho liible, some seed may fall
upon stony ground, and won't yield much
of a crop, but somo will fall upon good
soil, and bring slxty-forlh an hundred, yes
fold ; and upon tho whole the avorage
harvest will pay pretty well, and the
social evil will decroase according to tho
J'leld. H. I.
HKOU'iAIt CAJKO AM KVANSVII.I.K
SKMMVKKKLY .MaIL LINK J'ACKKT.
The tine low pressure Tan-engcr racket
OTIOKSTBP.
Y. 11. 1 'EN NINO TON Master.
ESTLeavcs Cairo every AVcdiiesday and
Saturday evening at (I o'clock, for l'aducali
and Kviinsvlllo. For freight or parage ap
ply on hoard or to
.IAMKHlll(i()H,l'aHhent;cr Ac't.
CAIRO AND PADUOAH
HAlIi BOAT.
The splendid ateamer
CT.A.S. FISK,
Stanley Hrow.v, Capt,
f
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted.)
at 4 a.m. J-or freight or pnwago apply oi
board or, b 'i,,
JAB. ltlOClS, Ag't.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
NTKAM THO,
Will make three trips daily.
'I.KAV1NM C'AIlll)
At" u.lU.
At 11 .,
I.KAV'd MOUND CITV
At 8:) a.m.
At i:iw u.m.
At il i,.m.
Ai4;;j p.m.
SIMMONS AND OLOUGH ORGAN COMPANY'S
lmrovMl
CABINET O'IRQ- -A. 2ST S
Manufactured at Nos. 16,
DETROIT
Thirty-fife different itvlei for the Parlor and the Church; New and elegant design J The t
material and worltmans hip ; Quality and volume of tone unequaled,
Prices, $50 to $500. '
AOENTS WANTED IN KVJ'.HY COUNTY
Address SIMMONS & GLOTJGH ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
REAL ENTATK AOENCT.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TENTH STREET,
1IETWKIN WiSU'N AVENUX AND WALNUT
r. il. K. Fields Inform tne public that he.hai
opened a
LIVE R V S T A 11 L E,
on the nortlmfnt side nf Tenth street an named
aboTe.
file Htablee will be furnished with none but the
BEST HORSES
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public mar to accommodated at all hour
nf the day and night with safe teami on the LOW
EST TEKMS.
Dr. Fields auks a Kline ol public patronage,
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealmf ami
strict Mtention to busine-.
SUTTER. & BIEKWIRTH,
GLASS STAINERS,
708 WASHINGTON A VENDUE,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Stained, Enameled, Embossed and ground Ulasi
oi erery uesenpuon.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TOCUURCH
WORK.
SHMrt'nr fiiln oil 1 irtn of lie roun
n t Iv etierdeil n s.31 dw 3m
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
F. Ut BEXFORIt, .... Proprietor
Con. Ohio Lkvke & Skconh St.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
tSTliaggage conveyed to and from l)c
pot ireu. Uer-n tf.
WUULKNALE VHJKH(J.
7l"Mr"HULEN,
GROCERand CONFECTION
MEECHANT;
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nuts,
No. 134 Commercial-avc,
Cairo, Ills.
IAWYERS,
GREEN & GILBERT,
ATTORNEYS
AND
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. (ireeu, 'i
William II Gilbert, ! UAlItU, ll.MNOIH.
Miles F. Gilbert, J
tlVSpecia. attention given to Admuattr and
teamboat budlnemi,
OFFIOK OUIO I.KVI.C, ROOMS 7 AND 6 OVZB
CITT NATIONAL DANK.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
iNIl
AUCTIONEERS,
74 (BEC0ND VL00R) OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, ILLS,,
I Buv and SslIi Real Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIELE
And v rrr rnnTvino of KtnHf!
BUUU UINUKHY.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
in tiii:
ATHENEUM BUILDING
has njiened out an extensive stock of
MILLINERY GOODS
All ot which are entirely new and of the Ti ry
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
T1IKBT0CK 00MPRI8EH
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
FLOWBBS,
And an elonunt norlment of
I.AUKK, FKIN0K8, KID OLOYKS, UORIKRY
and allarticlea usually kept in a rlrtt-alats mil
linery more.
Mm. Hwamlrr IikIipu Ilia nnbllo loi'all and in-
siieet her ttouk, whieh she will take pleasure in
I flinil 1m. In nl.l uu .....II ...... ,.i ut.m urn
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Grand Combination Organs
Fitted with the newly laveateit
fterifeacr'a Patostt 4allrtar Takaf
An Invention having a moal Important bearing on th
future reputation of Reed Instrument, by means ol
which the quantity of volume of ton Is very largely
increased, and the qaallty ol ton tendered.
Equal to that of tho bctt Pipe Organs of tho
tame capacity.
Our celebrated "Vet Celeste." "Louie Patent,'
"Vox Humana," "Wilcox Patent" Octavo complete
The charming "Cello," or "Clarinet" atope, and
All the Late Improvements
can be obtained onlr m the'se Orgsni.
EVERY INSTRUMENT WARRANTED.
17 and 19 Miam' Avenue,
MICHIGAN.
BOAT HT0HEK.
SAM WILSON,
T:
BOAT STOEES
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OROCXRIKBi
PROVISIONS ETC.
No. 110
Oui Lkvsk Cairo, 111.
oantaa eanverLT viLLtn
S. WALTERS,
I.ULtalN
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o ttrery descriptlun,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTta
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
orders solicited.
Steamboat Lumber,
Furnished on rnortcat notice.
Commeroial-ar, bet. 10th and llth-sts.,
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
JOHN II. OHERI.T A CO.,
raoraitToan,
Bulletin Building, corner of 1 2th
street and Washington avenue,
Cairo, Illlinos.
All kin1 of Binding and Ruling done at the
rerj lowent nricei. IUtidk enKaued the em
cea of Mr. Huetn, who haa hail manj yearn
eiperience in one of best Hinderlea of Ht. lunula,
to superintend tnls ealabllahmcnt, wo can oop.
fldenily promlaeour patrona wnrlc equal to thi
of any BmilerT In lh weal
WIMEN ANU lilllUUHIt.
0". O.SMITH,
Miioi.rnir xsti ar.TAii. utiura is
WINKS AKD LIQUORS-
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And proprietor of now and nit'tidld
BILLIARD HA.HjXj
No. 7ft Ohio Lkvkk,
CAIRO, - - . ILLINOIS,
Keop constantly on hnnd the cholcot of
Wines and Liquor", which lie will fell at the
very lowcrt figures. Call and examine.
7-Mly
F. M. STOOKFLETH,
tccrr.io to rom.r. a aiociri.rTH
Heotlfyrr and Wbolewale Dealer In
Foreign and Uoraealle
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. C2 Ouio Levee,
CalBO, ILLINOIS
F1 K Ueeimon hand conatantlr a full slock o
LXOItl Kentuckr Ilourbon, live and Mononga
lela Whlakiee, French Urandiee, llollaud Oln
Rhine and California Wlnen Un30
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
onto LXVEX
CAIRO. IIiLIMIB.
Alto, keep constantly on hand a most com
plete stock of
OOTOH AND IEIBH WUHKIXB
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Port, iladorla, Sherry and Catawba Wines
RaUVTII CO. aell ezelualrelr for cash, to
, whloh fact they lurlte Ilia eiipeclal attn
(ion ol clone bartjam hujera,
Spxittnl altrntion aivr.n to Fillina Order
JAMES KYiN ASTON,
Our Home Advertisers.
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WAGON MANUFACTORY.
For Salo at Wholesale c Retail
CORNER 82l)8TREET AND OHIO I.EVKl
Cairo, Illinois.
notlltf
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAKOEST VAMKTY STOCK IN T1IK CHV
GOODS SOLO VERY CLOSE.
torssrrof 1-B.htreti.sia Co..,.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CO. l'ATIKIt.
PARKER & BLAKE,
DClLiaSIM
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
Petty, Benslne, (Jaaollne,
WINDOW 3LA8S.
WINDOW SHADES,
Antl the celehraleil lllumlnatlnti
AURORA OIL.
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CHEAP GROCERIES.
THE 3STH"W 8YSTBM
ailOCBItlKS RKTAILKII AT WH0LKHAL1
VRICK8 KOK OAHII.
AT II. O. THIELEOKE'iS STORE.
WABHINOTON AVKKUB, IIKTWKKV TKKTII
AND ELEVENTH HTKERTM,
BO lbt. diiy Cuba Sugar for -
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ill its. a coflbo Bunr, n. y. sui. - i oo
4 " Prlmo Rio Colleo for - 1 00
!1J " Choico " " - - 1 00
!l" Old Oovorninont Java - - 1 00
Teas and othor staplo and fancy Grocc -
riot equally ns Cheap.
Goods now, and full weight given. Call
and try.
PHIL SAUP,
(Successor to P. Houp.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
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CONFECTIONS.
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
FLAGS, ETC.
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BARCLAY BROTHERS.
Our new
RETAIL AXU FMIESCRIPTIOX
JD'EZjTJG- STORE.
in
BUDEE'S BLOCK
cr.
WlwhIllKton Av Bil KlKhttlNt ,
Is now
PtTLLY OI'EiTEC
M here wc will keep
A CO M I L E T E S T 0 C K
OF
FAMILY MEDICINES,
FANCY AND T01I.LT AItTlCI.ES,
KINK rKI!Kl'.Mi:itY,
uitr-siiKs.
COMBS,
j SICK-HOOJI AND NUK3KKT AI'I'LUNCES, 4c,
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ICE COLD: '
Our I'liro .-1'AltICI.INfl .SODA WAT Kit
AM)
OKXUINK FRUIT SYRUPS
Can nut hr fxi-elled Wn nl-o draw the
GENUINE SARATOGA
and
II I. IJ E L I C IC W A T E RS .
Al-o. a I'lioice lot of Clears ol extra (jlial
ll , -"III at rea-onahlc price-. Our
SCRIPTION DEPARTMENT
Will rccelMj c-pcclal attention and care,
liclii;; at all hours In charge of competent
mid careful partli. Prescription carefully
coiiipoiimleil ut all hours day or night.
NONK IICT THE PUREST AND REST
M KDICINK.S DI.SPKNSKD.
HTUVKH. TIMWAHE, KTSJ.
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothe Wringer Tolle
Ware, Coal lloda, FiriHhoTela, Air tiate.
MANcricTcaia or
TIN ZINC, COPPER AND SIIEE1
IRON WARE.
jf0, 166 Washington-avonuo.
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CAIRO, ILLINOia.
RooflnK. OnlterinKi and all kinds oflo
1 Qrk doneat ehorte.t noiice
leniuii
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II. T. QEROULDj
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
JAN riXTUKEW,
(iaa Fitter's and I'lumber'a material, Wood
iiumpii Klohe and angle vaWet, stop
cocks, check vaIves,ato.
also uiir roa
Tnita Urotbera Patent Dry Una Mete r
and Morehouse, Well. A Co'a Automatic Water
ludlcaior aiidHupiily Valve for steam boilers.
WIWTKR'a rll.OflK. COMMVUflAT-AVKKn
CAMPAIGN UNIFORMS.
iVare lu-opiU'tiil to Iilllllsh lllilfo fills to

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