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nillSTIAN CJIUUUII-Eighteenth itreet
between Washington and Walnut.
Trenching every llilnl and fourth Similar
' uiiuay scnooi ar, a p. m.
I'rajcr meeting Wednesday evening.
It II Tiumiilk, P.istor,
11K3DYTKUIAN Ktflhth Htreet.
1'reachlm;, Sabbath at 101 a.m. and 7) I'.ra
irayer mueuir, weunosaar ai i p. m.
labbath HchooF. 3 ti.m. J. 11. L&nsdon. Bu
pertnteudont. Itiv. II. Tiiatkr, Pastor
KTiiuuiBT. cor. Klghtti ana walnut BU.
'.'reaching, Sabbatli at 11 a.m., and 7 p. m
I'rarer meotlnir. Wednesday. 71 n.m.
Sabbath Hchool, A. p.m. L. W. HUllwell,
I tierinmnciem. iter. .J. u. wiueh,
rastor.
IIUUUH OK Tin: ItEDKKMKlt Kplco-
(al.)
Morning prayers. Sabbath 101 a.m.
fcvenlnij prayers. 7 p.m.
'abbath School, ft a.m.
Hrv. t ham, A. On.nv.HT, Hector.
r. 1'ATir i i UJ '.f f . Ht. and
svasningtou Avenue.
Public aervloo, Habbata su i , a.m.
vespori, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School. 2 p.m.
Jervlce every day, B a.m.
ItEV. I'. J. O'IIalloha.i. I'riost.
V. JOSKl'IPd ClIUltCII.-(enujn,) eor-
USI VI It auiUV 1UU UIOHS SueOlS.
Vlais. every Habbatb at 10 o'clock a. m.
Ve mt, i p. it),
la during rroek dan. 8 o'clock a. m.
Ubv, U. HOKKM4W, I'rlen.
I EllMA.N LU Tin: I AN CUUllCU-ia Ih
street between Washington Avenue and
n uiui iireov.
rroachlni; Hunday mormwr at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at Ii o'clock p. m,
. Itev. C. liUKKgcilNKK, l'aitor.
OUNll MEN'S CUMSTIAN AHHoCIA.
TION. Uecular aeottne tocond Mondai
each month at their room oyer KockwTi
v Wt booK store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer mselinir, Vrldsr, vt p.m. a
U. W. STILLwr.LL. President.
tC'ONO UlmlONAllV IIAI'TIH
I .,.. Ill ... .J - - . I
lint ilroeU. l'rcachlnjr Habbatb at 1)
o'clock a. m. an J 3 o'clock p. tn.
Sunday Hchool 1 o'clock p. in.
Tho church Is connected with the Illiuob
Ascoclatlon, by the KIM Slliulonary Hap
tlt church ol (.'alto.
ItKV. HOLOMOK I.KONAkl), I'lltOr.
nilOAN MCTUOIIbT. Kourtoonth, bs
twecn Walnut and Cedar.
Horvleei, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
Habath School. 1 p.m.
C'laa meets at p.m.
CON1) KUEK WILL I1A1,TIH1--Kll
leentli H'.reet,, between Walnut and Cedar
Serrtces Habbatb. 1 and 3 p. m.
ItKV. S. Kicks, Pastor.
IlKK WILL I1A1T1HT HOME MUSIO.
SAIIHATH SCHOOL. Corner Walmi
nd Codar Street.
Sabbath Hchool, M a.m.
HAT HIKE WILL IIAl'TIST UHUHCI
(. urry's Harracks
Services, Babbath 11 a.m.,3p.m. A7ip.m
ItEV. Wii. Kkixkt, I'muv.
H'RT MISSIONAIIY UA1TUT CHUItCH
Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth 8t.
1'reacbinK Sabbath, 1'H ,m. and " p.m.
I'rayer meeting. edneiday erf nlcj.
l'rcacblnif, rriday evening,
'abbatb Hchool, 1J p.m. John Vanllaxl.
aud Mary Htenhen. Superintendent.
ItKV. T. J. HllOHIK, Vl'Ull
itCOM) IIAl'TLST CHUKCH-Kourtcenti
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. Tb
ooly Hapuit church resognlied by the A
oclation.
erncei, Habbatb, tl a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m
Hvv. .ucon URiULxr. Klder.
8EUHET OUDKK3.
THE MA.SOh'S.
A 0 COMMA.VIJKIIY, NO. 13. 8wtc
Ai.. -ably at the Anylum Matonlc Hall, Pnt
rd L'il JlnndaTi In each month.
.bJIlO COU.N'CIL, No.ai. lte(iilar Cpnvo-
catl ,o at jlaaouc uau, uie eecoaa r nuaj
In eich month.
AIKO OHA1TKII No. 71. KerfUlar Con
vocttlon at Slavonic Uall, on the thlr
TueiJy ot every month,
AIKO LODO'-C Un.-m K.A A. M Keru
lar y jimunlcatlonii at Matonlc Uall, tb
iter .J anj fourth Mondays of eaih montl
TUB OI)I)-FKI.1.0WH.
I.LXASDKIt I.ODOK, TU Meet tn Ode
Vellown' Hall, In Arter' building, ever
Tbunday eunlnf at a o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS.
Governor John 1.. Ileverldgo
Lieutenant-Governor
."erretary of State Oeowe II. Harlow.
Auditor of SUte C. K. Llppltcott.
itate Treasurer Capcr ltuu.
Attorney General Jame It. Kdxall.
supt. Public Instruction Newtoa llateui
CONOKKaSMEN.
Senator Itlcbard J. Ogleby and John A
oi?an.
Kopretetitatlve Klgbtecnth District Io
JemenU.
MKJiHKILS OUAX, ASSEMIILY.
Kepretcnutlves tn the &0tb dl-Ulet.-'obn
II. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math
w J. Incore.
Kenator for tho .VHh dlitrlcL Jese Wari
COUNTY OFK1CKKS.
CIKCOIT OOCHT.
Judgo O. J. llaker, of Aloxander
State' Attorney l'atrtck II. l'opo.
Clerk It. H. Yocum.
Shoriff A. II. Irvtn.
Wm. Martin Amejor and Treasurer.
SurveyorJohn 1'. Hely.
C0VH7Y CO CUT.
Judge- F. Ilros.
Annoclatett J. K. McCrlte and H. Marchll
"su.
Clork Jacob 0. Lynch.
Cnronor .lobn 11. Goi-man.
jagPSfe
A NEW IMPROVED
in ni
AWAUDK
'he "Modal for Progress."
At Ylciiiifl, 1S73.
Irbe Highest Order of "Modal j Awaided
Ol HID l.ipjtUlUU.
INO SKWINO MACHINE RECEIVED A
IliGHFii vmu.
A WW' 0001) KKASOXS:
1 A New Invention tlioroiiidily totted
aud 'cuu d by I.ottem Tatelit.
2. JIlKO as PEItrKCT J.0CK BIHCU, UllkU
on both i-blc, on all LlntUol oodn.
n. Kiinn Llnht. emo'ith. Nolsclejf. and
tttapld best .-ombinn (on ot qualities.
4. uuraiue liunn lor yenra wiiuouiro-pain-.
6. Will do all varltlcsof Woikand Fancv
IStlti'hli'K In a Superior manner.
u ib moil eaimy managed uy tne opera-
I tor Length or Huh uuy be altered tvbllo
runnlng.aud maehlne cun bo threaded with
out panning inroad tnrougn nolo.
7' l)odi:n Simnlo. Iuucniotm. Elccant.
normlni! the stitch without tho use of Co'a
IWncel Uf ar, Itotarr 'Jams or Lover Arrm.
linn tno Atltomatiu Dron Feed, which In-
ure(. uniform length ol htltcli at any upeccd
I Has our new rnreau wonuoucr, wuicu ioi
luwa cany movement of necdle.bar aud
provcuti. injury to thread.
8. uonitrurtlon mott carolul and fin
ished. It 1" mauuf.ictui;d by the most skill-
Iiul an I experienced nmcimmcii. at lh cele
hritcd Keminqton akmoiiy, Iuon, N. Y.
Chicago Olllcc, 237 State Street.
25 ti-Yu.vin
DR . W. JiLAUW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN.
! iuaeri lllrck (up ttairt) corner 8th Btre
and Waehlugton Avonue.
90-31-tf
UAIKOJLLINOIfl.
llC 1
Pnbllontlnn oniee, Bulletin Balltlag
nainingtoB Avenae.
SUNDAY, SEPT. 2u, 1874.
EL V I'hACE AXD A LETTER
FROM tUEEN EL1ZAIJETH.
Among the many interesting paa
ges ol history connecter with Em
J'lacc, there is particularlv one to whicf
tho reader can never recur without t
name oi iniiigicu wotiuer ana amuse-
ment. Ju the time of Ouecn E hza
oein, in palace, with its sumptuous
appointments, was cofctcu as a resi
dence by Sir Christopher Hatton, who,
while reveling in tho licklc lavornf lin
royal mistress, and the huuora of iLo
chauccllorhip or her kingdom, en
treated her to obtain it lor him from
its Episcopal owners, first on a tempo
rary, and afterwards on a permanent
tenure, toiie uracioujly acceded to the
petitioner's request, hut found some
difficulty in forcing tho proud prelate
who occupied it by rijrht of his pom-
tiou to becomo tho third cstcntial party
to tho agreement. Itut Elizabeth was
on absolute i-ovcrcit'ii, and, when it
came to u pcreonal contest between her
elf and tho loftiest of her rubjecto, the
haught daughter of tho Tudors com
pelled an unconditional surrender with
impcriou word "nJ r.rin"
ducdn. 7 ho letter which f lie wrote tho
contumacious bishop who dared to hold
with a tenacious grasp the prop
erty eho desired to confer
on a mora luckv mission , is an
excellent example of the despotic tem
per and the burly manners which blua
bcth inherited from Henry the Eight.
It waste no words and chooses no
teruiK, as the reader will teo from the
traiiKcnpt:
1 iiot'ij 1 uti.ATi: ; lou know what
you nan beforo 1 made you aud what
joi l e non ; it you do not immediately
uompiy with my request, by 0 d I
will untrock you. lii.lZAiir.TH.
1'ithy and pointed projery describes
it. The JJishop lowered his colors,
and Sir Christopher entered in the pos
sesion of tho Ely Place. Itut he did
not enjoy it long, hlizabeth event
ually took it to herself and threw Sir
Christopher so deeply in debt to hor
that the mortified and disappointed
Chancellor broke his heart out the
bueinexs.
OXIGKATEI) BITTERS.
The itomacb one of the mot delicate
orpins ot the human iytein; nd the Indl
K'Mlble food crowofd Into It by the require
ment of modern "ocitty, keep It In
A State of Im'u D jk'Ij:
whkh f followed by a reiort to tonlc and
alterative-for relief. It unfortunately hip
penf, however, that many of the medicine
ucd f'lrtbl-purpo e contain alcohol, which,
poured into a dleued stomach pfoductn Ir
r ta'lon, create intlamatlon, and dots more
tt Jury than good.
OXYOEKATKI) HITTERS CONTAIN
NO ALCOHOL,
but aro a purely medicinal preparation,
which, In ra.e. of DYSI'LTiilA, HEAKT-Ill'Ks-.I.NDlGKsTION,
ai d other like dis
order', at once restore the stomach to Its
NATURAL CONDITION OF
HEALTH-
The OXYOKNATEI) tllTl'EItSbavebecn
llii met popular remedy for the above coin-
plain's for the Jat thirty year, and HIM
mal tain tbdr unrivaled popularity.
l'ricc 81 per bJtile.
SOLI) EVEIIYWIILHE.
John y. Hknisv, CumtiVit Co., I'ro'r.
8 and 0 College I'lace, New York
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker A Wake,)
Dealer in
PAINTS & OILS
VA1LVISI1ES
I3RUSIIKS
WALL PAPER,
WINDOW GLASS,
WINDOW SHADES
And the celebrated Illuminating
AURORA OIL
Krois' Huildlng, lltb St.it Uomerclal Av
CAIRO, ILLS,
HOOK H1MIKHV.
"I'ATKONIZlT
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
corner Twelfth itreet and "Washington Ave
J. C. HUELS.
(Lata ot St. Louts,);
rilOI'lUKTOK
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK
MANUFAOTOKKK
BOOK
llLA.NIv HOOKS of every ierlptiou
dnnu Willi neatnen aud dUaateli. All kind
or nilliu done at short natlce. Illble.
Mtiflc, Magazines and Periodical bound
neat and nt tho lowest po-8 bio rates.
vu iiv i ..rv.,mcn as itecordu, Dockee
Fno Hook.. Illatikv. fti-., m.tdo a tpo-ialty
Ilo.e. I'ocket Hoi.t-u i-n i.
..tlmvpsl r,..u. ' " "' " ""'I''
$25
A DAV rllAnAuren .
nim. ELL AUGER AB f.
r.i.i. "tuuini4iiiiiu 1MI9 tJr I
Don
CATII, VOII IIVE
CAREFULLY EXAMINED
OtJXl 3NT0E3W
AM)
lr)BBVOIE,
iOAK'
Al we bava li ROOD ltKAKOSK
by
they will do your work.
QUICK AND 15ASY,
CHEAP AND OLFjAN.
. They aro choap to buy,
They are bott to me.
Tbey bako orcnly and quickly,
Vt Their operation liporfect.
They bare a? way a good draft,
They are made of the bet material,
d Tboy roait perfectly,
Tbey require ut littlo ful.
OThey are very low priced,
Tbey are enily managed,
They are uitcd to all localltloi,
B4 Every itovo guaranted to elve
QQ Oatiifactlon.
80 M Mr
Excelsior Man'fg Co
NT. I.IIUIN, no,
AND UY
C.W. IlENDLKSiiN, Cairo, Tils.
T. J. KERTH,
Succckor to
BEERVVART, ORTH &, CO.,
Dealer in
STOVIES,
HOLLOW WARE &0-,
Manufacturer and Jobber of
TIN, 8IIEET IUOS and COPPER.
WARE
I'ltmtn, Ulrd Cage. Ice Cream Treecz
Water Coolers Wire Cloth for 'Wid
dow Scrri'iivlanaucd Ware,
L-tc, Etc.
TIN EOOFING
Cuttring
and Job Work
MADE A SPECIALITY.
Agent lor tho
Garry Iron Roofing Co.,
Tho best Iron Rooting In tho Market.
' i in Abroad will Receive Prompt
Attention.
one ivlth I)ipatch and AVarran
'lk dtogivo SaUifactlon.
njLisriD-Boos:
OF
Politics for 1874,.,
I1Y
HOiV. EDWARD McPHliTflsON
CUrk of Home ol lieifresenlatir n q
t lilt. ACCUKA'l fe. h.ivI imIUHII .volumes
Ivea the fulliskcoiid on the ' InXViJa nt
?,,?r'Uff.t ".? " K. P Tr tnorta.
Mcinoraiiduni, Intrvlcv . " i ,,,7..A r
j amadous, and Actiou '"l, .Vlf. , rk
!?.!i?.u'-ltt?,;,",i .ASupr".'noCo
8 Messages and
JTO-
kau-
States Mid ecctl
ncv D Uirlbutlou by
campaigg
Audn
ons, ice. Invaluable for
a. Clov'
AUdless
a. i'i 50. post paid.
(!i:0. l'ltij. DM'SOK,
, lloxt 4, Washington, D.C,
1'. O
no at NTOitr.n
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE UOOHt
COMMISSION MERCHANT
Aud Dealer tn
BOAT STORES
. 7(1 Ohio Lovce, CAIRO, ILLS
ESTSpoclal attentiou given to consign'
ient anil tlllirur ardent. ll-'l tf
SAM WILSON
DKAt.EIt IU
BOAT STORES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
No. XIO Olxlo Xjovoo
Mams.
iuii, .ivn ingni, ami r inane (),iPstion
Including the act ot 1SW cr c.',1 "
lVo.lcr' and coin IntercM ,tt iui',J,al
the varluiu. Expanulng .,d c0 ' I
r,i ,V..hi. . ir, riV...V ' Ameiidrnt-tts, made
v In 't .Dbt 1 j. and .Nation. "Hack-V&J'W.-
. ables ol At)i)rnnrlatloiiH.
.11 IV
CAIRO ILLS.
Newspaper advertltlnK lj now recognlieil,
by builncn men liavlng faltb In their own
ware, a tho moit effective moamtorio-
vuuu iUr meir goous a wia rOj;nltlon
of their merit.'.
J A,
Kewipapcraarertliln; promote! uaee, for
even inc auiiet timet adveither aecurc
by far tho largcit lhare of what la belmr
done.
.Ncwipaper aavertningii the moiit energetle
and vlfllantof aaleamen; addrexlni; thou
fandi each'da) , al wayi In the advertlier'i
Intcreit, and ceaielerily at work Becking
ciutomers trom all cliwes.
e'V'pap'cr advertising ImpeU Inquiry, and
v.hen Uie article otlered l?of good (jua-lty,
and at a fair price, the natural reiult U In
creased alei.
Newtminer artvertlklllir IS A permanent addl
tlon to the reputation of tho goods adver
tUed, became It l a permanent InQucenco
always at work in tueir interest.
A iff IDffil
WILSON
SHUTTLE-
FOE
50 Dollars
FARMERS,
MERCHANTS,
MECHANICS,
AND
EVERYBODY
Buy the World-Renowned
wmmw
SbitflB Sewing Machine
THE BEST INTHEWORLD
The Hjghest Premium
was awarded to it at
VIENNA;
Ohio Suie Fair ;
Northern Ohio Fair;
Amer. Insv'tute, N.Y.;
Cincinnati Exposition ;
Indianapolis Expedition;
St. Louis Fair;
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair ;
Georgia State Fair ;
FOR BEING
The Best Sewing Machines
and doing the largest
and best range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market vere in direct
00MPBKTI01T.
tdgr For Hemming, Fell'
ing, Stitching, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, Embroid
ering, Quilting, & Stitching
fine or heavy Goods, it is
unsurpassed.
Where we have no Agents,
we will deliver a Machine for
the price named above, at the
nearest Rail Road Station of
Purchasers.
Needles for all Sewing
Machines forSalo.
Old Machines taken in Exchange.
Send for Circulars, Price
List, &c, and Copy of the
Wilson Reflector, one of the
best Periodicals of the day,
devoted to Sewing Machines,
Fashions, General News and
Miscellany,
Agents Wanted.
Address,
Wilson Sewii Machine Co.,
CLEVELAND. OHIO.
- -
l'LVCK NO, 1.
rtucic no, 1.
Tin: xnw chkomos-fhom uil-
LAUD'S I'AMOUS I'AIXTO OS.
..ni f'l.rinrins nro liv far tho mo't
iv .rL(..ivi'i'ileiurt's over glv n to tho put).
l iiflngMil -)f humor and "l'luck" to' tho
',,evVu. Slzu III tiy laches, in tinted
mmncnwana.lra'liiew. l'rl.o ettl tho
ml" fi'uurd-rto,tlio Jiul.ll.l.c-r, J K.
ilYIltK. 2:-tilcrlor etroct, Cleveland O.
u2.(HHli3ui'W3m
A
111 r7?TTTWTTTaailB
xiiiim f-onr Krututionsof the Stomacii tt i
ofuViifa !2tttl' "l!!ou, MlM'- 'r a I'm
m . iltiflammal on of the I.titir. I'aln tn
. men?. t.i'L'.' p.n,e ? I"!"cr iroarantce ot
I vD?,l adve rttsemant.
JW ianuence thaTtmpro Wi'tS0.
l'nr Inrininiiintorr nn.1 Cl.rnnlr III,,.,
n..itnt lcer. blsekscso Uie Uloo.1. 1.nir km.
nj n.t lilidder. theso llttters luvo no ciuVv.
bach DIkuc. at, nuiM l,y Vulntc.t Ulowl. 1
I l.rr nrr n srmlf! IM.ranlltr n. writ n
n I All 1 t,fi i.ln ai.a. r .
' Ill ICI.CTI.fr .
nsmmation of the Liter ana ,
la niuoui Hhfj.i'f.
n,.,.'.?.r.M,4,".,",'-nr.. Kmpli
lliirum, i.;on)irf. pui.., Mmnlf
ion nr In
' gstui, and
T. (tfr. S.ilt.
-full.. Ilnll.
i.rjjipein. urn, hcur. Dl.mlorali. i.uf
: -.." ui ,ii, i-rjiii. ii i
Jor r.xci. I
::"' i
)nirii.
ftcrnam
imijuui auu iiura.c. m me Nhiri or m fmrri cr name
it niiiir, m rv iiirratij iiujr up ami f-Nf-rfof AMI n
iiiu rjeKiit lu a iiui. nine tij Mil; line Ul lliGPC
timers.
CJrntrrul Tl.aii.niiita prodslm Vlvrnm
tirrriL. the mMt wnntlnrfiil Inilffnrnn. fhr
scutalnrit the slnVlne tif m.
II. II. MrIOM.I.I A CO.
trni;glts and Hen. Agts., ?an J ranci-i-o. Cat., A
cor. ut Wa.tilDRton ami Charlton Sts.. N. v.
Cfll II tiv ill lmrri.ti.Ta . . ..a
ADVERTISE IX
A ninn InlciiillDg to do business must
flrst prcimre himcir 1o meet tho re
tluIrcmenLs of Ills cuxtomcra; next hp
must let every possible or iiroliahle
ottgtonter Inow thnt he in no prepared.
In n rerj sninll plnre he ma)-TELL nil
the people tvlint lie ran do. Innlnrtro
TlUugo ii printed linndlilll, poster or
circular, properly dMrlhiifcif, ivUio
cfficnclnti-, 1ml WHOEVER IS IX A
I'LtCE IiAIKiE EX01K5H TO SUP
l'llRT A XEWSPAl'ER WII.I, FIND
THAT IT IS THE CHEAPEST MEDIUM
THROUGH WHICHTO ADDRESSTIIE
PUHLIC.
ADVERTISE IX
FINE MILLINERY GOOD
FRESH SPUING G00D3.
MRS, M . JACKSON.
(Formerly Un. Swauders.)
icnounccs that she has. just opened a large
assortment of tba
NEWEST,
MOST FASHION A JJ -
AND UANUaOM-
Millinery Uoods to ho fun .i ifomaJK
She will keep on band
UAT, H0NNKT8, FLOWEH , RlllBOS
Dbksh Thimminqh o All Kinds,
Ladiks Fubnisuino Goods, Morion
Ojllaks, Uxdkrhlkitis, Rc?ic,
And all iroods found In millinery tore,
of which will bo dlsposod ot rt th lowr
cash prb-'os, Mrc. Jackson rerjpoi ltd.
asksa continuation of the pataonago wi.'cv
bas been so lib. islly be.tsowod upon hoi
tho ladles ol C.il' and thn vicinity.
Cj:'HeltB:a Cor. cr State; St.
MilaHaflHHal
Tht mott r.tnowntd Sjnelalut f t As Aqt, In tf
Irtalmtnt of PRIVATE. CliRbh'tC arA I'D.
IV At! V DISEASES, SESIIXAL WBAKXESU.
tb. relU IbdUcTttlou. srolUr "4.ki, rvdwlnt
MRYcrsNKiis, rivu-Lca OK vuk rcv. AVERSION TO
socirrv, :arii"iD monT, ions or hemoht
hxiiood rteiu c:.tlt cibid. tu crsau or
UBilCil. LlttBATlBCIUulnllUktU.W Jt.lS
..fuinlns ytiomir mirr,, ; cot, wt, Tl. Iyrflweu
UkrrUi Thtlr B.ltin, cum .4 ear., rrW W mvu,
Mat lu . -Uo k;M oIw. U4U plrtl .
luteu tvtr.S.oM or aJrtc. nll " Ui. iUU.
lorJU. iiv.U4 vrlttv pnt.i. rluiu, SovrO. auw-k
wk' CitaQu.ivatttJ. 8lUriwAtA
ICE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS S PRO AT & SON
Who i. nil nt J' JLrtit tr In
r vi r. iahi ice,
Cairo, Illinois, and Columbut, Kentucky.
Cairo offlco at Hulen Si Wilson's. connSr
Twcltlh streot and Ohio Uxli corneT
Season'! SNim
ot ih . ii . 1 uro ,a,e ,c'' ,n aJr pri
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ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY
TUB FOKTi'-FIFTU ANNUAL
SESSION of Studies In tho
ST. l.OUJS UMVJjnSITX'
AVill bpyln on
nONDAY, SKVTKMUKU 7th, 1874.
Vor lropeciu, KWVnB totma, Inatiuc
tloni to parents, Ace, Ace, arplj to or
addrors
ItKV. J03. O. ZEALAND, S. J.,
l'rosldont.
NEW LUMBER YARD.
COR. SEVEXTEEXTIl ST. AXD COM.
MERCIAL AYE.
Tho undcrthrntd Ihaxlnc established a
now luinhf r yard In connection with their
aawmltl, ara prepared to rurnith all kinds of
building material, such as
PINE. OVPKESS, POPLAR
And Ali yioonvr;, Siding. Celling, Ac.
Special attention is called to our .-team.
boat, Wagon and Agricultural Implement
Jiaicnai, which will he furnished on short
notice In lara or small quantities.
A large Mo k ot cheap lumb-r on hand at
our mill, which will ho (-old at IS to 910 per
tH lUsand In carload lots. Also lath and
shingles fumblicd lu any quantity.
CtlAS. l-.iMCABTr.lt .t CO.
Ca Ilro.U., Au;Ul 1, 1671 b-'2-3m
FITS CUEED FREE,
Any person suflcrlng trom the ahovo dl-
rase is rcqucstcu to a.iurcs wit. i'KiCK, ana
i trial bottle ot medicine will ho forwarded
by exprufc, FltK'il
nr. i rice is u lesuiar pnysician, ana Da
Diade the treatment of
FITS OR EPILEPSY
a study for year, and be will warrant a
cure, by tho uno of Ms remedy.
uo i,oi tan to scnu to nim tor trial DOtue ,
I loiU nothlnz, and be
WILL CUKE TOD.
oo matter of how loni? standliiK ynur casa
nay be, or how many otht; remedies may
lavo falltd.
Circulars and testimonials sent with
FtIKE TltlAL J10TTLK.
Addicts
DR. CHAS. T. PRICE,
(tSJPi'Ul&w ly
HnKn
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF CAIRO
it. 31ILLi:it, l'resldont,
j. 31. rnn.ur.s, rico rmiuent,
CHAS. CU-V.N1M5IIA3I, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLV MADE.
ENCHAN 0 E, coin, bank notes t id United
Stales H'curltlcs bought and rold.
IntcriM nllnwul on time dcposlta
THE CITY NATIONAL
BANK.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL,
SIOO.OOO
W. P. HALI.IHAY. rreslilcnti
Jth'Mt V i.. H.KHADA Y, Vino I'rciidest.
A. tl. MAKKOItl, Cashier:
WALTER II VSL01. AssMant Ca.hlcr.
DIUECT0R8.
ST A ATS TAYI.on, H. II. CUSNlSOttAM
H. Ii. UALLIIUY, Y. 1". llALI.tDAY.
U. I). AYlLLtAMtON, STKIHIEN HtKP,
A. 11. SAVKOltD.
ExclmiiKO, Coin mid United States
lloiitlfi Itoiih'lit mid Sold.
DEPOSITS received.and a general banking
business done.
J Q. HARMAIM &. CO.
ZRiH-A-iLj Bst
HOUSE AGENT,
COLLKOTOIIS,
'JONVKYANOEHS,;
NOTARIES TUBLICS
And Uiid A t'ents ol tho Illinois Central and
liurlington anu jussoun it. ii.
North Cor. SUlU and Ohio Levco,
CAIRO. ILLS.
C. WINSTON & CO.
Real Estate Agents
AUCTIONEERS,
71 Ohio Levee, Second Floor,)
CAIRO, ILL.
iluy and ?ell ItEAL ESTATE, Pay TAXM
Furnlkur Ab.tracta o( Title.
fJTLaud Comtalislcncr.
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