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WEDNESDAY, DKOKMHKK a.1), 18GS.
ArilI.l!ltKI IIV JOHN II. OIIKKLY A. CO.
Tho KtrsiMi Hi'i.irm in pulilishcil cvcrv after
noon, Vi'i Wifliliiu'toii Atomic, (Democrat Hall), by
John II. OIrly A Co,, for circulation by carriers
nw smelt, and the tn.ill.
TheWirait Hrti.rrif, n large elht-pago forty col
iimn paper, ! luod on Thursday, for tho limit, and
is for sole at our counter nud by newsdealers.
TKIIMK.
PdUT ITI I V 1 1. 1 II II CtlllllKLS.
Pit wcet lli rent!)
mm rn i itM-kiM ii pi Mta.
(Mtlglo copy, IH'f year 87 00
ingle copy, per six months 3 7.1
Pinglo copy, per throe month-.. 51 00
wr.fKi.t r mu..
Uncle copy, one your t'i 00
l3ut of ten, ono year, ooh subs. rilr 1 lit
Cut of Twenty, onn year, inch snbscrilior 1 SO
Md'Speclmen copies furnished litre. A'lil rr-.K,
JOHN II. OliHUI.Y A ro., Cairo, 111.
Humorous I'lirnKrnttlis.
In Ciillfonilii tho radishes grow from lit to
:iO feet loin:. Tlit'V nru nulled un ly iniiuliin
tv mitl tho farmers wnll up tho holt's for
well.
An 1 rinli tmwi on hoiirliu; of u friend having
h stonu collln niiulu tor muitelt, oxclnuncu:
"Hv mo howl mill tliiit'n u good idee. Huro
mi' :i Ho i m III n 'ml hut it limn a lifu time."
A grim oM judge, after lu-iirlng it llowury
discourse, front it pretentious young barrister,
tidviied him to pick out tho feather from the
wings of hip imiiginiitloit und btlek thum in
thn tall of hi judgment.
Wo onru lii'nrd of it rich tnitn who wits in
jured by living run ovnr. "It isn't tho itcci
lc;nt," mid he, "tlmt 1 mind; timt Isn't tliu
tiling; but tho idea of boing run over by itn
old Kwill curt, Hint's whttt makes mo mud."
A gent out Westwiui invited lotakongamo
of jxikLt, but ho refused, saving: "No I
thankee; 1 phiycd pokur all ono Mimmcr, and
had to wear nunkcen punt all mix t winter ; I
have bad no tnsto for mieli amusement aliice."
Josli Hillings cays: "I won't play enny
galm, if 1 know ml chnraekter, whitr a jack
will tnkonn aco, utid it 10 ppot won'teottnt for
galin. 1 won't pluv no such gnlm outofro
cpokt to old Connecluieiit, my natill" state."
A negro passing under a aeairoldlng where
'iimn repairs woro going on, n brick mil from
above on hi. bond and win broken by tho full.
Sambo very coolly rained hi head and ex
claimed: "Hallo, you white man up dar, if
vott don't wnn't your brinks broke, just keep
in oil' my head."
A rather fust youth wan minting tho expe
rience of Ids. voyago across tho ocean to u
sympathising frlerni. Said he, "I tell you
what, old follow, there's ono good thing nllout
it, though, you can get an tight as you please
every day, and ovorybody think you are only
sea-sick.
A young man sent to bin father in the coun
try ftis pliotograph, accompanied with a re
rjuVst for aid, ax bo was poor and required
monev for the neecsarie- of life. Tin1 old
man looked over the photograph, and then
responded, "Ynti can't ebeat me, you young
dog. You can't bo very poor to bo living
among marble vie-os, utid Ktatucs, and llowors,
nod nieo furniture, mteh a your pictitr .ot.. '
A newly lmportcil native of tho Ktuxrabl
l1o tlnijipod In one of our reiitauratits and
wnntcil n dinnrr, but wus not mi purtictitur
alnrnt tho tpntlity, if it wits "chupu."' The
waiter, thinking lut'li the cbeaiiet thing they
had, brought i'at u liberal ailnwniiee. l'itt
veil the dudi tiiipicioiily for it time, and
then broke out, "eomo here, Mr; brdad, the
man that chewed that may ate it, 1 won't, '
and loft the tloon in di-igutt.
A letter writer in the South uv you can't
go on a cotton plantation in Afubuiua now
without hearing thn eommitiid: "Senator1
tart right mart to your cotton-picking:
Judge, you go and bring my hunm around;
or, Colonel, have u -ho-- put on that mtilu
right along."
A red-hot gospeller, in New II even, tore
out the truioi of a bar maid because rlie re
filMid to listen to hi-t expofitloti of the ibx;
triuo of futiini punishment, or to give him
more 1ijtior.
t-'a-ni'ful Ui rliK-.
A ehoukiug htory of brutal murder Hint
wit't, luwlekk itinlshiiient among it party of
minor traveling on foot over tho Kooky
Mountain- to iho Sweetwater mine.', U re
portod. Iloim, a Frenuliman, and Anuftrong,
a No vh Scotiitn, hud quarreled, but apparently
bivame reconciled, when Armitrong re
(ixmml tho dimgn eiiont, and thrcuteutjil
! 1 iv-s for taking mood of his tobacco. During
tho duy tho party entered a dangerous and
dillleiilt canon, through which they wound
long a narrow ledgu of rock, several hun
dred feet above tho bed of the Ptrcam, which
ran along at the foot of tho iVurful precipice.
At tho point of tho greatent danger, where
tho party had to travel in tingle lile, and
tovorul yard apart, Armstrong watched his
opportunity to dodgo behind a ledgn of rock
unobserved, ami thus full behind tho others.
Ilex wu the tlmt man In the tile. Ait be
drew near the place where Armstrong was
Kccrctcd, the latter htepped forth and followed
bin companions without seeming to notice
him. Presently ho knelt down m if to tie
hi bIioo, and lieu, unable to pa-i, Mopped
within a few i'cut of him. Tho next moment,
turning about to pick up hi bundle, which
bad been throw n aside upon tho ground, by
h iudden eliaugo of movement ho lieled tho
unsuspecting Frenchman and burled him
over tlio edge of thn terrible ubss, Some
twenty or thirty feet down from the face of
the prccipieo tho wretched inun lodged in the
briinelios of a Hjruggy hemlock tree, which
grew out of a crevice in the rocky wall, and
might from thence have been rocucd if io
idstttneo hud been nigh. Hut theru was none.
How tho murderer could summon tho hardi
hood to ttoop down and wutch the full of tho
victim from the dizzy bight w cannot iuiug
ino. Yet Armtroiig did look down tho elilf,
pcrhup to nfsure himself that bis murderous
work wivs well done, and miw iioor II ess still
deaporntely iiiuliitaininghis hold upon life, in
itead of lying a nhapele-s muss at the bottom
of tho cunon. The lli'iiJIth pirit mnuifeited
itself Hill further, lie got fragments of rock
uud cant them down upon the poor man until
his llfoles body toppb'd over the yawning
abyrs beb .v ; ilieii A nntroiig aro.e and pur-
util bl Joiirney. The whole net un seen
from a ilictiihee , Himiher of the party, who
wa HitMft Juiitiiig for gHine,"nnd alter they
hiwl got Into oMiup ut night In told the story,
when Ariimiroiije w mmzi J nml lun-n'il with
the murder, and he did ut deny it. A part
of the iiHiipiiny wore in t'uvo- of taking him
with theui tlir'ouuli to tin- sctihiMifuu to he
tried h tli-' . n il HUthoritii - bin t' enmjoritv
Tiaro deteruiiiiwl t ullow tin- murderer no
clukueu for eii, isml koithoul un hour Ix-foro
uridNiglU Annntrotig wtu ojnidiu ti-l i. tlio
li of hi till' which nr'nM--lktt whII to the
bight of one hundred uml eight) or two bun
drui r et l.iity" m mile in the recr '1 t!o iioui.
IluV l! ' I "ilil.'l h- luill.l- .illdfeit i..,-t
him i ' t . 1 h. ! ' i. I . T i - ..I, t . i b
no cry r t iriu d.
A Sliter'a Oath of Vengeance Tho Itcno
TraKeil)'.
IKroin tho IoiiIavII1c t;ourlcr-Jourtial, H'.tli
Tho following interesting detnils did not
npnoar in tho hastily prepared reportd first
puulished of tho lynching of tho Jlenos and
Clmfle Anderson Frank Keno and Chnrles
Ander.-on wero married. After tho bodies
hud been laid out uiion tlio floor in the jail
hall, tho wives of tWo two men and Miss
Keno, tho Motor of tlio threo brother, wero
permitted to enter the hull to tako their last
look of those who, though covered with crime,
wero in thoir lives all tho world to them. Ahi
what tt Krone was therol "What grief and nn
gulfdil What unuttcrablo woeF Tho three
women entered, pnler by fur than tho dead
bodies htrotohed out m tark and ghastly
upon tho prison floor. First euiuu from theso
ilespulrlng women ouch piercing shrieks as
lovo only can utter when it feels that all it
lived for is lost forever. Then tears like
rain, burstinc from ovc 1own fountains,
and moans vo touching in t.'uir plaintiveness
and utter despair that not even tho most
stolid could keep from weepinir. Tlicn fol
lowed that quiet, almost htolid look, a sort of
iiiunK, purposeless agony, tlmt tells that
Hearts aro tircukinc, sunt erlel s work Is per
fectly done. Oreat (Jod I what a sprctnelo
of utter woo it was I Tho outburst of grief
ended, the ijuicl ot despair settled upon tlio
faces of the women. Uut not long did ono
ol tliom remain under tlio liurden. Tlio sis
ter of tho three Keno brothers, an Intelligent
ami nanusome young lady, dried ner eyes
with her liandlcereliiet. then, taking thegrier-
stained pieco of linen, sho nluced it over tho
face of her brother William, who to tho lust
declared his Innocence: then she. kneeled be
side tho dead man, and laid her left hand
over his heart, unci, raising her right toward
heaven, she took this tcrrihle oath : "Oh I in v
poor murdered brother, may (iod curse your
sister If sho avenge not vour death terriblv
and fully. This 1 will do so help me (Jod i"
w nut ii trngio scene was this the dark,
strong walls on i.ll sides, and the cold stone
floor under her knees tho sable garments of
tlio iiereuved sister, tno pulo laeo turned up
ward, and tho whito bond pointing heaven
ward! What a tabler.il of death, despair.
love and rovengil
A ship canal, from tho Mississippi river at
Knglish town to Juku Iturnuc, is soon to bo
constructed by u cotnpunv of Now Orleans
capitalists. Tim canal will bo twelvo feet
deep and from one hundred anil twonty-flvc
to one hundred and fifty feet wide. " It Is
stated that this now channel into tho Gulf of
Mexico will bo finished by January I, 1870.
Tho upper .Peninsula of Michigan uiruin
talks of applying for u divorce from tho lower
peninsula. Tho chief irround on which tho
application will probably rest is the Impossi
bility of establishing any natural connection
between them.
-
It is said that in ono of tho lute actions in
Japan, Japanese "Tommy." who attracted so
much attention from the American ladies in
tho days of tho Kmbassv, was killed. Ho was
shot through the breast and leg, but died
llghtlnc for his chief.
WANTS.
WANTKD-Atthootncfliif llm Clilrn llnllrrin"
liii ri'liimts wlinuant Hill IIi-iuU. Hill or l.n.ll,i
iokI Posters printed.
Vt 'AST KI-iitTil'r for Hie Ititlly nml Wei-kly
1 ; i 'iiro iiniir.i ii,
Paly, S7 h r milium; Weekly,
Jperaniilllil
TASTKI)-Iiylm;ielvertlscrs to ulvertl-.n
Til
1 1
tlio Calm llnllrlln
FOR SALE.
I. ''Oil SAI.H-ltlllHof l,;..llii, nt tlie olllcn of tlio
i turn niuicoii.
IO II NAI.K-Ial Tlluiil's. ut Iho otlTIeTif the
I1 Oilrn ltnllciln.
I rtOlC NI.K-llliink llmikH.lltllii oniep'of IheCulfii
V Hnlletin
FOR RENT.
7OIt ItHXT JlmiMi for relit, corner Twelnli ami
(ViliirrtrccU. IiniilriMif Ir IION.NAItK.
le-'-T-itt No, 1'J. Mu nlll strict.
FIRE INSURANCE.
W. II. .MnrrU. II. II. Cniulee.
QANUHH& MO ltillS,
.Votaries I'liblic and Iiisuraiue Agents.
Cairo, XIULxxoIsm.
OFFICII A'v. 71 On'n I.ntr, Wv Xalionul
Hank llwMiwj. dee'Jltf
goiri'ii wksTifitN
Znniunnoo Ooxupnuy
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
STOCK COMPANY IXCOJlPOKATKli 18!l
CASH CA I'ITATj. H-(M,(KMH
II. IIUHI), I'rmldrnti
U.S. IIAUKKMm Vice Prel(lrnt
IA.MKS N. ItKAIlDKN, Nt rreturyi
VO(M IIITTKMIOUSK, Trt nsorcr.
In.urrs aKUint loss ardsinno liy tire, ami Iho perils
of Hilninl iiavlpitlon ami lruiisiorfatlou.
Oltlee In wlnter'n lllock, (uniucrclal Ae.
UceJI'Oiltf
DLOOMIN'UTON 1NSUHAN0K COM-
AJ l'ANY,
Bl oomlngtort, 111.
A ulliorf wtl 'apilal 500,000
laitl ha ami Nveurod.... 100,000
.0A:. McCLUM, Prtt'vttnt.
(1 F.O. 11'. I' A lllN, Viee.J'rcMihni.
Ii UMA y ItUJlll, Secretary.
J'KTKIt I'OhSOM, (Innml A:ient.
DIltlH TllltS Jolm II. MK.I1111, Amhcl (iriilley, Geo.
W . Parke. KoIhti II. IaUihmi, John M. N'ott, John
MiiK-oiin, Puvnl 1 uils, Chirles W. lloMt n, ls;u.
Vmiorilslrnnil.
I'lllNOII'AIi fKKIKJIDI.UKItS-Clurles V HoMeii,
Cushler Homo Hunk. Illoninliunoii. HI.: Avuliei
llrulley, Presiilent McI.hiki Ooiiuly Hank, lllooni-
niKion, in.; jisso w. ecu, normal, ill.; jioii. iMtld
1 hi vis, J uHo ( InlU-i I btut ca Hu jirfiuo tiurt, lllooiu.
Iiik'ton, HI.; John K McCluii, llloomluuton, 111.;
(It-nrKu W. Parke, HloomiiiKtnii, 111.; iolrt V.
William, liloojiiingtoii. III ; John M. N'ott, Judtro
Mh Jiuliciul (luvuit, HlooiiiiiiKtou,
111.;
I.uinuu
nurr, jiiooiiiiiiioii, in,
juisi&otm Doo. Xsstt. moo.
UnitiHl HiHti-H 6-'.d Honils (market aliie). IK'.two 10
.lll'I.eilll KI1IIH) III JUT t'CIll, JOIll
6,0(0 eo
Qiiltal HtO'k seeureil liy MorlKaKeitoii I'll
liii!iliutH.'rcil Hi iJ lUle, worth ut least
5 ','V ,
rn.h In Hunk
I'reinllllns due liulil
dllieo I'liruiture
'.s),(KO 00
1,7711 71
6,711 41
2.VJ Oil
SUD.ii'i 1-;
i.o-mir.iMii) mini:.
'it'llltlt 1H.IITS0F ('((MI'.INV .N'O.NK.
TIIWCOMPANViKiiim vriurrsl In ls,iic pollmen
mi ll. Minim anil ceiitents, Muru Jluililtiii;, Mei-
liaieliite. Ac , upon ak i rale as mi) resiioiiHlljo
comiiMiy
It ( llie ity. el of the ler.- Ioim uf tins riiinxiny Ii)
ttmiyi the p oujiId of (Co- n-jjiun vilhas.ifoaiul rJlia
We lloiiie (ViinpHliy,
Tliioixitnd of Diillurs
K' tniiii.tiH 5. nl t.'i Ihe liaxt, for no hi tter or safer
'iran II ,o) im it id by this ( oinpany.
S J.i .il. no- T 't' ll I o'.'l Pntii . , i.- i, 11 y
JOHN I'. IIKI.V,
'" V 'Mtf AliK.ST AT t'AlliO, 1'iU
DRUGS.
iVUOLAY IIROTHKHB,
No. 94
Ohio I,evt,
"ma
l'UUK DKUUS AND CHKMICALS,
OKNVINK
Fatont ivt odioinois
i rutt. issniTMRT or
PERFUMERY,
TOILET AUTICliES
A N DF A X C Y GOODS.
ESPECIAL ATTEKTION PAID TO PBE80BIPTI0N8
In uhich
nom: jiut Tine PUREST
AHI) MOST CAUKKIII.I.V
Compounded MatcrlalH urn used.
KOtt MKDlflAlj UHK.
Bax-olay Bx-otliorw,
No. 7 t Ohio l.fTrf,
iIpuJImII)
MHO. If.l..
PERIODICALS.
JKITISlflUJKIODICALS.
The I.omloii lunrlerly It vlev,
Tile Killnliuruli Itrvletv,
The Wesliiilimler llevli w.
ASH
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The reprints of the ImdiiiK Quarterlies and Hlaok
uood are novr IndisiH'ii.xtMe to nil who desire lo kvi I
theuiselus fully llifurtlieil mill reK'ird to the Khll
Mllijei't of tdeilny, us tictt'ed hy the In-st Seliolurs and
pniuidest thinkers lnfire.it Hritain. Tlieoniilriliiitor
to the panes of these lteie ntc men ulie rlalld ut
the load of the list of Knhsli writers on N-ience, He
llu'lon. Art. and Hriiernt Literature, nnd nhateterls
worthy of illmvission rinds ntlenlinn in the pAttcs of
1 1 Mo uvii' luei iiim-KwoiMi. i ne neiy i pnreui
Wiai no sunwrniT can nui 10 no s.v.isiiou.
These perlfMlieaN am ennted with thorough fidi lily
lo uie i.iiuii.ii copy, iiri'i urn orereii ai prices umvii
pliico tlii'iiivMtluiire.KO of nil.
TKH.1IS I'Olt IhUU.
Kor uny one of the lleview t I M t Milium.
1'or any two of tlio Kevleirs 7 "
Korany three of the Ite views 10 eo "
Kor all four of lliolU views. . Vi li
Kor Hl.ickwoisrs Muuzlne I (i
1'or Hla- kwood aid one llevlew " V)
Kor llhv'kwood and any two of the
He view h . 1(1 GJ
Tor Hlw.'kHuiHl und threo of the
Hevlews 13 (4 '
Tor Hlackwood and Iho four lie-
Tiews 15 00
CI. tills).
A discount of twenty percent, will 1 ullowiil to
(Hulis of four or morn 'fons Thus, four copies of
Hlackwood. or (.f ono Ituriew, will l sentloftim iwl
itrcss for tl: M.
I'OSTAOK.
fnlivribers shotilil previy hy tho quarter, at the of
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Slates is Tun Cent a iiuiulicr. Thin rate only up.
plies to current Miliscriptious. For lock iiuuiticr
iti" poitai.'H isiloiiMv.
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New hiilniriU'rs tunny two of tho ulmvc periodicals
for 1WJ mil ls i Uitled lo receive, cratls, any enn of
tlio Four Iteilews for ISO. JiowtrliliwriUrs to all five
of tho IVriodlcul fur ImXi may receive, gratis, Hlack
wood or anytwo of tlio Pour Reviews for Jsu.
riuherils rs nay, hy applylnu 'arly, oMaln hai'k srls
of lh Itevii'Us from January, IM, to Ihreilllicr. Ises,
undof HlvkHtHKl's ilaitajino from January, ls,, to
Iiis-emlMT, Isis, at half Iheeiirrviit suli-crlptlon price,
'Ncltli(r preniiiuns lo S-ulw-crilsTs, nor discount
lo Cluhs, iinrredueeil prices fir hack nuiiitsrs, inn Im
allouei,iiul(.kiithii money is reniiltcd direct to tho
I'uiilishers ,o pri'iiilums can IiokUcii to Clntn.
THE LEd.N.VKD SCOTT VUJIMSIIINH CO.
140 Knltnn Ntrect,N, V.
'Iho I..H. I'l'II, CO. alio puhllsh tlio
Tin: r.iu.nuis c:uidi:,
liy Henry t-teplun of Kdlnhurijli, and tlio l.itoJ.I'.
.Norton, of Vulelidli Ko. Svol... r.ojul Ou'tavo, 1000
Hiei', and numerous eiugrnvinK,
Jj7oMliiwidsjiJcf
MUNICIPAL MATTERS.
rjlO WHOM IT .MAY CONOKKJf.
Ikroolaiiiation.
1, Aletandi r t! Hidden, .Mayor of tho city of Calr.o,
hi rdiy Kio notice that tho ordinance" in relation lo
licences will . iijjorousl) enforced attaint! nil otleiui
ers, and Uut all p jnin iloins lnislnfss without nroii
I'Micinsc, afur Wednesday, tho ual liit., will Lo
proieoiiteil,
ThuCitv Attorney und I'nltco (Vms'iiMci of llm city
lion.
i" in reoy uriiereii to enioive inn himivo proeiamu
not i.'
JldUt
EMIGRATION.
Q ITI ZENS' MKETINO.
There will he u uieetiiiuof the eitirens of Cairo
Tuesday evn. nt. '!. iust , nt T o'clock, nt )r. Artor'M
ntllce, lur the jmrposc of elleetiiiKiiperinaiielitorjiaui
tiioiiiifuii l.iinj;ivnt AidlNsuely. All cititeim Icel-
mk ti, imiTi j, mi (laii"' arc inuo ! o.i'viuzi.
PRINTING.-BUSINESS CARDS.
jrSlNKrfSOAUD.S,
l'rontfI (JO to $7 00 l'tr 1,000,
Tr t.tcd ut Hi ofller) of tlio t i ro llltlli'l n
TN A WD
BOOTS AND SHOES.
W
M. KULKltS,
FASlltOJIAnM:
Boot rtxxd Slioo 3MCa.te.ox
Txcentitth utrftt, between W'usiington nml
Poplar streetf,
(Nearly oiiposltn the (Joint House,)
Keeps nsjileiiiliil Mock of the lied material, nml good
irorkiurn, nml ciui fill orders on short notice.
MciiiIIiik ilono neatly nnd ehintly. Pntromiffi so.
Ilolteil. ilei-'iriJXitf
AUCTIONEERING.-COMMISSION.
A'rcVrorCTrToo M M l S ION
11 0 II K E.
10,1 Cnnunrrclul Auntie, 10S
CM 110 ILLINOIS'
lUMFJi 1IAIMMA.
Thf only Meensril Auctioneer In Iho city, Imys and
fells on commission All kinds of
3T"ULJLMJLt VTlX- o ,
And niako prompt return on nil falc.
icriM'telir
OYSTERS,
gllELIi OYSTEHS.
LOUIS IIKitIli:iiT,
3NTo. OS Oliio Lovoo,
Iteoeives dally, I'resh Mot.ileMiell Oysters, mid serve
them, in eery i)ie, ai nil Hours, nay nun iiikoi. no
also kcees on IihiiiI n line supply of (Jme lliiail",
Dueks, l'ralrlu Chicken", Siuirrels, .to , Ac.
ilii-21'fis.ltf
jyj-TLTHY'S
Baltiinoro OywtorN,
IleeehiMl Ihtllj.
Tor sain liy
ileeirwdl'f
r I). WILLIAMSON A a)..
No. 10 Ohio I.rvrf.
GROCERIES-COMMISSION.
gTKATTON, HUDSON to OLAKK,
(?ucoeors to CuniilriRlinm k Stratton.i
MIOltMlt
(irocprM und Commission Merchant.
NO. .17 Ohio I.eree, Cnlro, III.
iler.:iTJ.ltf
LIQUORS, TOBACCO, ETC.
yM. H. SUllUTTE'l.
Importer nnd Wholesale- Denier in
wim:s. moiiokn. tiia:c;o
sp
OXO-AHB.
aT roa
Host llratids of Cream and Stock Alo
ssr
Imporlrit Alts of Dltfrrt lit Kinds.
No. "5 Ohio Lkvki:, - Cair. IIIIiioIn
If-JV.I.I(f
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, ETC.
g SMYTH A: CO..
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OHIO l.KVF.i:,
CM 110, ILLINOIS'
SUHAKS, COFFEES, TEAS, SYKL'I'S,
Molasses, Tobacco, Cigars,
Flhli, Ciiiiuis-, Woodeiwitre, Wlllow-Waro
VAnNISIIF.S, BRUSHES,
WiriUow-fsliiKH, Pully, Lime,
Cement, Platter-Pari, Cwtpwder,
Old Itye, .ManonRaliela and llnurhou
WHISK I E S
Hod Zioad ixxc jSllxct.
Also kocrw..RonsUinty on hand a most coinrvUta
stock of
JKiVORS, WIUSJKIKS,
fJCOtCH
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WHISKY, (US
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I'ort, Mailclra, Sherry ami Catnwlin
AriISJ33S.
II tO, llISM IDS
. Ill ED xCO'S CHLIUUIATED UIIEFL-
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WohcII exclusively fori All.tiwIi . h we mvitoiln
itcntionof o-o' 'ii t'Uvi rs.
opec'ul ult' n'. o' i p od t (illui tilt -s
(lei''ilV;ilif
REAL ESTATE AGENCY, ETC.
JOHN Q. HAltMAN it CO.,
BEAT. ESTATK AEXTS
AUCIIOXEEHS.
lluy and sell Heal Bstate, pay Taxes, furnish AIj
nu;ts of Title, and prepare. Conveyances of u.l kind.
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GROCERIES.
Dealer In
STAPLE AJfl FAXCV (JHOCEltfES,
Provision. Produce, Con I Oil. Ac
134 (binmcrcial Avenue, Cairo, III.
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FURNITURE.
JOHN HAMILTON,
Heater In
Furniture, and House hiriilshini; Goodit
Cnrpets nml Oil Clollis, AVImlow Similes
nlltl IiOoUlriK Olnsaes.
No. 101 Commercial Avknij
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GROCERIES, BOAT STORES, ETC.
Q I). WILLIAMSON,
tVholcsalrj nnd lletail
L'rot'cr! and Drillers In Hunt Sloiv.:
iYo. & Springfield Mack, Ohio Lexee,
Cnlro, Illinois.
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REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ETC.
JOHN V. THOVKH & CO.,
Heal Eslnlc, Iloml nnd Stork Hrokcrs'.
Will alii nd fn the uyment of f-Ute, (iunva: d
Tnxes, and nil Imsiiisss jH'rlainlng to h (iFNKItAL
UltOKKIlAdi:.
Kkihtii Stiikkt, .eeond ioorrom (im. 1r ,
ilis21'fji.tf Cairo. III.
WOOD.
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TUKNEK & HAMILTON
Are prrpired to furnish tfood IIAItl) WOOD at I r o
u Iih Ii iirfy fviints'tilion, and also to delu r nts)
sir I of the eily, on llm shortcut notice
J,caT oruers oil siaics ai uiucn s proci'r, ij r..r
lean's feesl store, Kiel Woods and I'w.h 3 uris try
tiersiuti
PAINTERS' MATERIAL.
K. 1'AHKKIUVCO.,
IH.Jcr in
WHITE LEA I), ZINC AND OILS,
WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY
llrushes, M'nll I'niirr ami Wlmlnw
Nhnilra.
95 OHIO LEVEE CAIRO, lit
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HOTELS.
g AIN'T CHA KLKS HOTEL,
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Thut. I tiarli i liulil,
The only FIIIST-CLASS HOTEL vt ec.
l now in Hie nio.t uiiexeeiitionahln order for RUrst
li.n villi; uiiilert-'onea
TUorouKh lteunvatlon
Tho sistt?uniuicr.
TKHMS TIIIIKP. DOI.UUIS Kn fMr
IIbKK'K'' Cucrlrd to mid from the lloirl
iren or iiiurKe.
Dili) Hoard, TietnhhFlrf Dollars j,. r , if,
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CARPENTERING.
OHN MADDEN.
CAJKPD.Vn:!. 1M Iti ii in tf
A.'.I.' Til ;," STREET
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