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C I Arter
.1. W Stcvrait
ARTER & STEWART.
(SuccMiors to D Arlcr A Co )
GROCERS
Commission Merchants
No. 113 Coraraarolal Avenue,
CAIRO, ILLS.
Bristol & Stilwell,
FAMILY
GROCERS
Keep every thhigMortalning to
tho lino of Staple) imd Funcy Gro
corioB, Woodonwaro, Vogotablcs,
Fruita, bo., &o.
Dupee's New Hams.
California Honey.,
Pure Maple Syrup.
ITKK BUCKWHEAT FLOUR.
Cracked Cocoa.
HYACINTHS,
TULIPS AND
DAFFODILS
MST 23LOOM,
FOR SALE.
A. Horso for Sale.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
VAHIKTY HTOIli:.
New-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
IN TILE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Close
Corner 10th St.
CAIKO
and Commercial Av.
, ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
IMIVI'AM) OILS.
B. F. PARKER,
Dialer In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
331T.TJSIIES.
Wall Papor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Alwiiys on liaml, the cclebratol Illuminating;
AUHOltA. Hi.
Bronu'
Corner Eleventh Street nnd Waahlnfr
ton Avonue
CAIROjCITY BINDERY,
sr. o. iiTJHJH.ie,
1 PHOPBIETOK.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
SulUtln Bulldine, Corner Twelfth Street
nd WnahlnBton Avonue,
Cairo, llllnoias.
JSJ'Conuiv nnd ndlUvailVoiU tptclalty
A&OL. 7.
LKll'OIt DEAI.rRN.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale und Itetull Dealer. In
(Foreign and Domestic
LIQUORS
- VMi -
1VIXKH OF AIjI KINDS.
No. 60 Ohio Loveo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
rr.-"ii'. SMITH a co. have
mill'
Y.Mk nf thr lirjit tfoml ill the mar
ket, and Khcr.-cUI attention to II l.ulwnl
rjiicimi ine MU.inrj.
mrrri.v di:pot.
VALENTINE
RESCH,
und Family
Stoamboat, Hotel
SUPPLY DEPOT
ami ir. mil y
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
POULTRY,
Fish, Eggn, Northern Butter, &c.
Eighth Street,
Detwoon Woahlnirtou and Commercial
Avcnuoa.
Kf"Goods delivered free of charge.
HOATHTOItKN.
SAM WILSON,
PEltl.lt I.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, Sec.
No. 110
Oiilo liovoo.
iioti:i.n.
ST. NICHOLAS
Hotel and Restaurant
No. 122
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Two mors north of the Cairo aud VinCJnne
r .illn.ua oi-poi
WM. WETZEL, Proprietor.
A TIM sTV watch lept "tn't nl uy lor
train, and tteumboats
Tii. nt nccoiiiinodntion for transhut
giiel at '1 no Hollar js-r djy .
hi:.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!! 1
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Wholesale mid Itetnll Healer III
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFriCE :
At Hulon & Wilson's, Corner Twelfth St
and Ohio Levee.
"TTi: will! run on Ire wagon throughout the
V season, delivering pure hike Ice In any
purl of the city m the loucst market prieo, mil
uill nloIurnWh our i'rlti1s outside the city with
ccliythc, cake or car load, packed in sawdust
or shipment to any dubiiice.
"Tho Best Thing in tho West."
Atchison, Topeh & Santa Fee R. Hi
JN KANSAS.
COOO.OOO AOTiBS
nrtlieboHt I'lirinluKiind Agtlctilt'iral Uiuli In
AiihtIcji, .Ittutiil In uuil nenr the If-iutiful
loltonuiiiiil Hint Incut AiKuiiiiH vmIK';, the
garden of lliu e, on
11 Years' Credit, with 7por cent. Iuter
out, ana -u per ceni. xiiaoouni
tor Improvementa.
r ,i it it i: r v x n n n
To pttrchaters oflJUid.
CTLlrnilnri. with map , KlvlnK IMU liifornia
lion ,.eit fe. .Minted ...w.
Aetlns Idinl Commlf.loner. Toiwka, Kail'
u. 137-1-7-wtm
Tow-Boat For Sale
pili: Sutmeillier niTer for tnlo the Klutm
I 'I'.. si.iiu.U'IikhI llnnt. Ike lljllllllltl.
wIlheiiKliie. machinery, tackle, apparel and
furniture ailwnow lleatCm), III. , . .
Ih rleiiKlh 1 113 llt, her hruidth 21 IVet. her
lepthS hit nnd uiCHtun !fT0 ton, bhe, hi J
I
raairittlonnnnasnlnchwiillimifler, thlKh
iiueeinclnuiwllhcyliniliir Ui Inches In
icteriindOlHtstukuf '.' feed pumps 4J-4 in-
iirc.miK
lluinetei
shen lu ttlninctei- and 17 Inche Uroke and all
niadiin linprove)neiit.,and H III every nwpect
ttiumwi, iih uorthy, ami In good comlitlou for
Ipitloh. for twms apply to.
S. H.Taviob.
Caiiio, Hli.. yovwnUr 3, 171. WVlR'Hf.
(fatfO
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Tho British Quarterly Reviews.
KliI.NIIllltO ItHVIEW Wlil?.
LONDON (JUAItTKULY HBVIKW Oon-
scrvntlve.
WKSTMINSTKIl ItKVlEW Liberal.
IIIUTHII yrAUTKIttiV ItKVIKW
ANU
BLACKWOOD'S
EDINBURG MAGAZINE.
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Ily arrangement with tlio llng'l'h l'ubll.h
or who receive i liberal compensation.
These periodicals constitute a wonderful
mltccllnuy ofmodrrn thought, rceatchand
criticism. Tim croatii nt !l European books
north xetle wli'jr found lu re, and thty
Ireit ol the Iradlw; event ol thtf world In
mutcrly aril Iri willleti by men who have
iceial KnoWlnlK"! . tno muuir ireaieu.
he American ruhll.hera uiko upon nil In
tlligeiil roatlett In thin country a liberal
utiiKirt oftb- Htiirliita which they hare to
lou atid 10 rheiiy IttrnUlie , fcellt K urc
th.it no expat illture lorlitcrary matter will
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ly malntale u pol he position, anil ex
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llmenu id the coltutry I'lttaburtr Com
mercial. l'o.tiiso free to Mibfcrlbcw in tlioucittd
.-mivi.
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lo the'proWdent mutton by Hi pattern for
ttiu c'JIhlrcu cl .1 ies, in puierianuua, uy
Its tasteful designs lor cmlnoidered hllttuel'-
and loxttriou do (Ini; cntns. Hut tho
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srent excellence. The paper h i aeiiuired
Src
a wide popularity for tip flivsldo enjoyment
it all on!
fi, V. Evening l'ost.
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1.875.
V
A MIclil ClinriKP f Nentlmeut-Umut
In than nnd 1H7A.
(S(W Yotk Kxptui J
III 1&C0, tlio Slntn or .Murjliuitl, Bul
tliiionMirclnlly, win In n IiIrIi stntr. of
political excitement growlnjr out r seri
ous illll'crcnrot lietwii'ii tlio Governor of
the State and Hie nollce, who claimed.
untler nti old Statu law to tft en! per
matK'tiee. Andrew Johnson wnsl'resl
tlent of the. I'liltwl States, ami Mr. Stvan
Ooernor, Jaiiil the Governor, a rlothe
Iiir tlintitteiieil, held a consultation with
President Johnson to learn frnin hint
hethtr It were proper to Invoke tl.e
nld or the Federal in ins for the imrpow of
ejecllnir the deposed police eoiniulloii
ei anil lintall other IiiciiuiIkiiIs in their
places. General (Irnnt wni then (lener-nl-lii-Chltf
of the I'nlted Hhitearini',nnd
the President culled him in toilium Inthe
tleliheratlou". While the mutter wa un
tler eotildenitI(iii. C!en. Oraut ad(lrescd
neomintiul(lloti to I'refOdent Johnson,
dated October 24, 1K00, lu which It the
followlii";. The whole letter may lie
found in tlie"lllloryof leeontrtietlon,"
coinplletl by .Mr. Kdwanl .Mel'hersoii, the
Itudicnl clerk of the present Hoioe :
".Military Interference would he Inter
preted a K'vlnjr aid to one of the factious,
no matter how ptiretheiiitentloiitoi'huw
guarded amljiist the intitrtietlons. It l
si eontlngeney I hoiie never to sec iirNu
lu thi country, while I occupy the posi
tion of General-in-Chief In tin's Army, to
have to send troop Into a State lu full re
lation with the (icnernl Government, on
the eve of an election, to prcH'rvc the
peace. If inttirrcctlon tloei come, the
law provides the method of calling out
lorces toMipprc it. Xo such condition
Kerns to exUtjiow."
This was timely, manly and patriotic,
and the advice of it General who hail
never voted for 'nit one Pic'ldcnt and
thtit one James lluchnuati 1 l ontne-t It
now with the inc-sage of I'rexideiil
Grant to Congress, tlated Jan. 13, IS".'),
eight anil a half years later, lu which
there U found apology, cxettie and de
fence, for military interference with the
.Shite and LegWature of LoiiMhiiu, not
only upon the eve of an election, hut be
fore mid eince, nud in which so many ex
pletives abound against the great body
of intelligent and respectable voters of
the Slate. The people who are In the
majority there are represented aa "law
lees," "riotous," "fraudulent," "support
ers of hlood-thlr-ty butchers and murder
ers," "Kukltix." "White Leaguers," and
by as many epithets as could Well l)c
crowded Into two or three columns of a
newspaper.
Koiilliern .
The two dally papers at Opclika,
Ala., have ceased to exist.
General W. A. Austin, of Stcvciwon,
Ala., died last week, from typhoid pneu
monia. Hon. It. II. Krvln, who represented
Wlleox county in the Alabama Senate,
died Irom congestion of the lungs a few
days ago.
Atlanta (Ga.) lltrall. Jan. 10: Hon.
Garrett McMillan of HaberMiain, the
member elect to Conirress from the ninth
district, died ycterday morning of con
sumption, vol. i -r. uoone oi -mer-Ictis.
died night before lat of congestion
oi tne Drain.
Okolona ( Miss.) .vie, : t lie neirncs
irtested in Leu eountv for the murder
and burulnir of the Horiim family hav
Ijeeii turned loose, there ieing noeyiiieuce
uliliucil in iaten tlie criine upon ineni.
he perpetrator, of tlie atroeion- erltne
are still at large.
Mont"oinery (Ala.) .Urtrtixr :
Number one mules; can lie hnuglit In thU
market at prices raii'dnir from $110 to
SIM). Mitlluni mules from S00 to $100.
Horses range from Sm to s'.HXJ. bides at
iitieiioii vary irom inese iiirttresi. which
re thoH' of dealers ami traders lu tock.
Mobile Ilrnitter : On the 31st of last
December a netrro woman, named Sey
mour I'uttamore, tlied at the poor-house,
atau advanced age oi l ju years, mic
was not in the I'evohitlou.uoraciiiiaiiiled
willi Washington, but she was present at
the wedding dinner ot President Madi-
ou.
Atlanta CWfiirtoj ; The Conirress-
man-elect from the Fifth district was
Alliens tlurinir the "freeze'' in the
early part of the week. While walking
nlou!f the street nrrnnrinir the head-notes
Of his next sermon suddenly his leet were
Kntmg in tne air, ami tne pavement was
inmres-eil liv tun manner ol Ills
akliur his seat. Il vstanders were excited
bv hearhiL' llieexclamutloii. "GootlL'od el
mighty." The hreeehe-. were repaltvil tit
the next tailor sliop
Palestine (Texas) teleirrani. Jan. Ill,
n Houston Tclcgivnh: Hob Smith, who
s reportetl to have three wives, ami has
killed elcht men. finished his career of
criine hv ki lnir Dr. Godley. of loMcr
vine. Anderson county, ite was on trim
before a justice of the Iicace at Fosterville,
and imiier guard of uiree men. uu nisi
Friday mgiu, in insi., iinout in o ciock,
the L'ttard was oveniowered. nnd Smith s
eotnve of crimu ended hy his being sus
p 'tided to a rafter.
Alexandria Va.) a.tuUt: Old Mr,
Potter, a hermit. llvJnir near Falls
church, was found dead yesterday In hN
hut. the neighborhood had not seen
him for several days, and, suppo-lng hhn
lo ne sick, cniieii to see mm, anil imimi
Iiliu lying across the stove frozen to
death. Tho deceased was lVoni the State
ol New t oik. At thu close of the war
ho eft there on account ot the severity o
the weather and came heie to bo frozen
to deatli. I In lived alone, and rarely went
outside ot his own luclosiuv.
Norfolk IVa.) Lnndmark; A while
mini named John Young was arrested hi
Hampton n few nays ago on a cnarge oi
petit larcenv, nnd tried before .lustleo
Fields, colored, on Tuesday, who sen
teueet dm to receive I u riv-mim sir tie
which went tjtilv administered by another
colored official.' He Wits, then recom
milled for trial before tho clreull court
of Klizabeth City county, Judge George
Illow, on a charge of grand larceny, Ho
was brought to this city Wednesday ntnl
committed to Jail for Male keeping.
"The Weclt or I'rnyrr."
Some Chicago genlii with nn eye. to
llgitreM has recKoned up thu cost of the
"week of iirnver" thrOUL'hnilt I lie ' I'lllUtl
States at $;i5,0s K), this snug little amount,
according to hits summing up, having
been paid during the week to .street rail
roads by "those who dally took the cars
looking for a plni'O to pray." The Chl
oniro readv-reckoner dives Into a iniilll-
titillnous nrrav of figures to prove that If
tthe $:t.').000 expended by persons Ingoing
to the house- ot prnver nau oecn pntectiat
Interest and allovveil to compound Itsrlf
for 100 years It w ould ho "an amount suf
ficient to furnish the whom world
with n free education and n free vrospel."
Tlie Chicago man wins to forget that
there Is a possibility Hint we may nil bo
militia
dead, theh.inks broke, nnd the world no
more ere a liiiudietl year come nnd go.
It is our belief that to those of us who
now live hnil move anil have our being,
tlie spirit ol irood will, brotherly
feeling and Cliilstiau .liarllv, established
nut ueveioMsi nj "tne weei; of p raver,"
will. In the ireiieral irood re-sultlnc tliene-
from, Immeastirahly outweigh nnv bene
fit that might spring from a crecd'that n
uulres coinpound interest and n eenturv
of time to develop the virtues that
liiaV 1)0. Ill II. ( ilcairo lias alreadv re
ceived ti foretaste of the great tidal wave
of fire, which Is said to be the means by
which all earthly Ihlnifs arc lo lie oblltei-
ntetl, but 1 not yet purllitil. Her appr -
elation til i liri.'tl.'in teliowsmp I tiPils
titvil by the almighty dollar siaudard.
An Illinois Mirnele.
Avon. UHiinK wmls t Iillnir- that the
lavs of mlraeles are still in the laud, and
cites an Instance which the LewU-
own DtiMxrut savs "unite rivals the
works tlone hy Christ ISM) vwirsnsro."
The story iroes that ti ladv oi Avon hud
iK'cn 111 fur some time, nud lluallv her
cas1 had lieen pronoiineed hoivles. and
she was told that but a few hours more
of life remained lo her. The physician
ailed about noon and Drouoiinccil her
Kill''. She continued lo lrrndtmlli- sink
until about it o'clock t liat et enlug. w lirn,
feel iii her Iit-I hour at hand, she bid her
family nnd friends farewell, and reqttest-
ii ner iirotner. a imiiittrr, topray loriier.
All present kin-eletl, while an earnest pe
Itlon In behalf of the tlvimr wonitiu was
made.
Duriurr the nraver the minister felt a
hand iiiioii hN shoulder, and looking up
iM lield his sister Itlliig up In lied, her
face lienmlng with rapture. .She told
hhn he need nrav no lonirer. a ie wa
cured, soul and hodv, and then arose
from the bed. nniMii"- God: moved
around among her friends . went to the
table mil ute slipper with them, and re
imdncd up till Into lu the night, telling
what doil had done lor her. The nhvl-
Ian eomluir In. w:i Informed bv lier nf
her lntaiitaneoits cure, and. after a cans.
ful examination of her vital oriraus. pro
nounced the cure complete. No relapse
hits taken place, und the ladv Is said to be
now enjoying the licst of health. Tlie
Itev. Mr. Wood, u Methodist minister,
ami a brother of tlie lady so miraculous
ly restored, fitriiMicd WwDtmoemt with
the above particulars, am! vouches .or
their correctness,
SchencVa Pulmonic Syrup, Soa Weed
Tonic, and Mandrake Pills.
Theic Jc ervvdlv celebrated and iinnu.
lar incdl lues have clt. cted n revolu'lou In
tho healing art, and proved tlio lallacy o.
evi ral inaxinii whlcli h.ie lor many year-
j m.ui.iw ...u i'iiiivosiji iiiuuieai PLieuje.
The lalsc Mtnnoiiltinu tint Con inniiilon is
Inctirahlc deterred physicians irom attempt
lillTlotlnd remedies lor Hint dten o. and
patients atlllcteu with it reconciled them
selves to death without tnnkf n nn ell'ort to
csoape rrrni a doom wii'eii they sutipocd
to no unavoidable. It Is nnw proved, how
er. Hut Consumption can ho cured, und
that It has been cure I In a vers- great niun-
ticrorc.ts s (some or tnem nppaieuiiy ties
pertc oncsl by sjchcnck'a Pulmonic yrun
a'onc: and in other cim a by the unt impiI-
lelne In connectlin with HcIk iiek' Si. a
Weedlnnle and .Maudrnko l'lll-, one or
both, according to the requirements ol the
CISC.
I)r. Scbenek him ell. w-bo enjoyed tilde
temtpicd good health for mire than finy
year-, rni nnppoHod, at into tliiin to ho ai
thovtryga cofdentli.hisph.vician. liming
pronounced his cjsc hopclefs, and nluu
dune I him to his fate. If u was cured by
thu aforesaid medicines ni d sine J his iecn.
ery, insny thou-unds smll jrly aireeted have
used Dr. Schenck's preparations with the
same rcmnrkublc sueco s.
Kail dlrecllnns accompany each, tnsklng
It not absolutely necessary lopcr-onnlly eu
Dr. Hutu nek unices patietiLs ili their
lungs examined, Mid for thi, urp.He he Is
professionally at Ids principal oHlc, corner
Mxlli and Areli ktreet, l'lilliidelphla, every
Moediy, where all letters tor advl e must
be uddrcsrd. Sehcnck's medicines ure
sold by ah drtl'itts. l'j :;0-lm
1. I. I". I".
Xo use of our longer Uking the large,
repulsive, grilling, ilraitlu and nauseous
pills, I'oinpOECd of crude and bulky Ingre
dient', and put tip l.i ebiup wood or pa te
board boxe, when wo can, by a circful
application of e'lemieal rcicuce, 'extract nil
tlie c Jthutrlc and other medicinal pron
ettles from the most Mihlahlo
roots nnd htrli", and eoueen
trato the in into n nib ute Cirautilc, sivpccly
larger than a mustard e d, that em tin
le dlly swallowed by those ol tin; most
tetisltivo stomachs and fastidious 'tastes.
I.'auh of Dr. l'ie ce' rlcas.mt rnrgatlvo
Pellets represents, in the nio-tc nicnirnlcil
fo'in.nsmuchcatlinrtlupowcriis Is embod
i.d lu an. oT tlio l.rgn pliU foundfor sale in
tho drug s ores. Frs.ni their wor.d rful
cathatlr power, hi proportbn lo their sle,
people who have u i tried thorn arc apt to
Mippoto tint tlicy arc harsh or lrutlo
la cfl'ec', but such is not lit U thu else, litis
ditleront active m dlcinal ptluclpl's of
which liicy arc comjinsed being barinon
izod, one by (lie other, as to produce a
nio-t leavcliliiK acd iboioueh, yet gently
and kindly oporatlngcalhaittc. Thelvllets
are sold by dealers In uirdlciucs. 1 l"i
TAXES.
Notice It hen by Klv en that the lax I k fiir
the jeir 1STI lintels-en placet lu my Immls,
and that I well beat Ihe lollowlngnaiiird place
at the lime hcloir net luith, for the puisweor
collectluir the taxelorsidd leal':
fli-.ir nek riecinet. fully A .If.irchllilou's
Btme, r'rtiruary ti. Is"-!.
Clear L'nvk I'leclnet, li. A i;ibiiiiii-on'
tnii., Kebi uiirj".', I8T1.. .
Tht lies 1'ris'ini'l, J li Itolvv Iiib'h store, I eh-
mavyJl, lo". , , .
Santa Ke I'lvelnrt, Win. Ileland's time, fill
runryW, li'S. ,
tiiiose Inland I'leclnet, O. (iiieiile'S stole,
rebmary iO, IS7J. ,
llog'lodth rnelncl, N. lluiifatkn's home,
rehru:ti.v:7, IS7.V.
I'lillr 1'iTCliicl, Itodjrea & Atherloii' ilrr,
Mareh'l. Is7.v. ,
llsileiviKsirrecllicMieorKeVV' .sjhottU stole,
March 2, leCJ
llrlnz vour lasi )eai m. ireeipia, a. in. uu
uife lo tni't In the lax honk ulnne lor daicrlp-
thins (if ll:d.
t.VIKO, III.,
.laniuryO. IsIA. . .
' ai.kx. II ntVl.V.
IM-MI-wld
lii.tilct tollwlor
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PORK PACKERS
Wholesale, Ketail and
Commission.
"W iloo jjc'sj 33 loolt,
Corn Poplar' and Elaventh fltreetti.
tSrlliKhoBt Cash Price paid fpr
Hobs nnd Cattle.
HSiuU.l.-s(, SllhrSJ, U'l.nJIdTslll, is-Kl
t i.xl iVilsci. lil.il thsiafc t"" 15J
liP.MililiiII!uri'HC'SlA.tBiJ. ttlt. . ,
NO. 26.
COMMISNIOX MKRCIlAXTtt.
C CLOSE,
(liner!-
Commission Merchant
AND PKiLVn II
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
HAIR, Sic,
Undar City National Bank.
IWI 1,1, r!1 lu rnr-loail lot t nunufictuttra'
prhes, addlrut Kn lahl
COFFEY,
HARRISON & CO.,
("neresw to tl. lliml A C )
FORWARDING
Commission Merchants
And Dealers In
FLOUR, GRAIN and
HAY,
No. G3 Ohio Lovoe.
WOOD
RITTENHOUSE
AND BRO.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
Commission Merchants
No. 138,
OHIO LEVEE.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AND SON,
isucci-jnir, to John 11 I'hllll,)
FORWARDING
A0
Commission Merchants
And tValcr In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
HEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agents for LAFLIN & BAND POWDER CO
Corner Tenth Stroot and Ohio
Loveo.
7.
D M.-itliiin.
MATHUSS
t; c. ciii.
St UHL,
FORWARDING
And (iVnend
Commission Merchants
Di'lllrll III
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
04 Olxlo tiovoo.
1J. J. Ayn1
s. II. Asre.i.
AYRES 6c CO.,
ifXjOTjn.
And puml
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
m uoi.t:sAi.i: jho i:r.s.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-And
Commission Merchants
AOENTS AMEIUOAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Lovoo.
II A Thouis
I. D.Thonii
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Successor to II M llulen,)
Commission Merchants
And diitlci' lu
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
Foreltm and Domeatic Fnvlts and Nuta
184 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
lKuHr in
BOAT STORES,
Commission Merchant,
No. 70 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL attention given tocoMltfiinnmH aad
tUltng ordcis
rilTftlCIAXM.
yyiLUAM K.
SMITH, X. D.
ItKfllDF.NCKi No 21 Thirteenth ttmt, b.
'.ween Washington avenue and VTlnot atreet.
OKFICK: North ilda of Rbthth itrert If
ttrecn Commercial and Wathlnston arena.
Q W. DUNN1NO, M. V, '
IlKitflKNOKi
streets.
Corner Ninth and Wlat
Or'I- ICBl Comer ."IxUi lreet and OhJoLeret.
OFl'ICK HOL'IW rroin S a.m. to Um. , as4
iVom 2 to 8 p m ,
jyn. w. DL.AUW,
Gorman Phyalolan.
OKKICKt nuder' block, (up-Ulr), ctratr
HIkIiIIi utrirtand Wa.,hburtouaviu.
LAWYER!.
gAMUEL P,
WHP.KT.KR,
Attorney at Law.
OFl'ICK Ohio Letee, over roomformtrly
occupied by first National Baak,
CAtflO. II.MNOIH.
Jj-ULKBY ft SON,
Attoriioyw at Law.
Ol'KICKi KlghUi .Stmt, Utwetn Ceramer
clal and VV a.klnKlon arraue,
John tl Mulkey I .,,,
Wllll.ni C .Mufkey CAIUO. ILUN018.
Q.IIEEN &IL.I3ERT,
Attorney nnd CouiiMelors
nt Iinw.
Of'KK'i:. Ohio f.eree, monu 7 nd t nser
Lily Natioiul Itank,
Wlllinmlt f.'risn, )
jyilhain tiilhert, CAlfiO ir.UXOtS,
Miles Kred'k lillbert. J
tri.Sltecttll Httejlllnn irtt.n Ia Ailmlr.lt. .t..l
3tmtnlHiil tiu,iiii.
FITN.
FITS CURED FREE
ASi person suffering from the sbote dlisease
Is nipiestert In adilirss tir Price nd a trUI
bottle or hi, medicine vrill be forvrsnted KltKK
III- Price la a rcmlnrnlmlcian. nd has made
thu imiliuent of
FITS OR EPILEPSY
a tndy for year, and he will warrant a cure hy
us: use oi nis remcoj-
11. not fall to send to htm for a trial bottle; Il
co.l, uollilay, and be
WILL CURE YOU,
No matter how long starrtlng your ce nmy
It, or hoiv niany other remedies may hat
failed.
Urailm and teitimenlals lent with
FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.
Address
DR. CItAS. T. PRICE
New York.
fS-lI-IJ.dAnly
Misii:i.i..iM:orN.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
Normal University.
NOTICE.
Theiv will ls an opisirtiinlty for Student, lo
enter the University, Immediately aOer the hol
idays, nn
Mondn.v; Jiiniinry Itb, IH73.
'liiillnii ti rnr.K to all nl air rnt by County
iiperliitendents. superTlors, Judge, orh.ra
Itepnvenlalle Ulstrlct. 'lorurh, an lucldriitU
lecof I'ttii llnll.'ir 1, charged per term, as-eonl-lug
to tliH Statute
I ii outer tuition In tlieNoi-uu.1 IMsulinrut U
Sr.iO r leiini in the l'repanilory ltrprtm'ut
sjC.ii", and lu the Primary or ilodel I it pat I
llieill is-.- vi
'I'he Instruction Is Tlioroiiavii,
and inihi-acei Wrltinz, limning, Klnghur. I'al
lithenics mid Kloi'Ullon. la adilltlou to ail the
Common and High Srlm.il studies, und Ijitiu
anil lins-U, Nlgher .Mathematics, (.heml'tryanU
fliiio.opny.
cvhi ixhini ran oe nan at reaoiuuie pn.es
SJ SOtobi.OUx-rweeV.
v;
The Snrlnir
rm will open Moiuuy, au
MiimUy, March
uili, ir,.i.
134-l-c-iUvr
IL...
IA.MKS llOHAltTS.M. II.,
SecreUuy.
CENTAUR LINIMENT
The sreat di.covery of Ihe
age Iheiv 1. nn puln xiblrh
the CVntuur I.luliutiit will not
rellcie, no h lulling xhlili it
will nut sulsliie, nnd no lame
lie., which it lll not cure.
".Tills Is strong language, but It
Is true It Is no humbug) the
leebie is printed around each
buttle A circular containing rertllleatrs ot
womlirmi cures nrilieumatuni, neuniigia, lock
jaw, sprains, nwellings, scuMk, cake.1 hrraat,
IHilsoiious hites, frolen feet, gout salt rheum, ear
ache, , and the recipe of tho liniment will be
sent t'lutls to nnv one II Is the Iltoat wonderful
healing and piln-iellevlug ugeut the vrorld h,
ever pnxliiciil It cells a, no article ls-foie did
evil, and it .ill l eciuue it doc. Just what it pre
tends lo do Hue hotlle of the Centaur Lini
ment lor anlimls (jellow wraper) l worth a
humlml dollnm I'ur v iited, sluaiuei) or galled
hop.es and mules, and for crew-worm Micep.
No l'siiillv orstiM'k-nunir ran afford to lie wlii-
mil Cenlniir l.lniineut I'rlce, .VI cents, Urge
botlhl, J II ItOht, A CD ,
VI llroadnav, New lurk
"1ASTOHIA l more thim a ub.titute lor
J Castor oil. It Is the only safe article In ex
litence which is sure lo leguUte the ttow.ls,
cine nlndcolioiind nroduce natural leep. It I,
pleasiinl to lake Children need not cry and
municm iiuij nep.
ovu
Illustrated Catalogues
ron 1S75 ov
EVERYTHING
rou TIIK
GARDEN!
Seeds! Plants! )
lmplementB, FertillMW, tiejl
riambenog I73pfit ana coniwuwc s
tnautfulcolOMd jiM,matle4 on receipt!
of 60 cent.
Catalogue, Without pUtM, ttf t all.
35 Cortlandt St.,
2TEWYOBK.
AGENTS WANTED
-ron
Pro. Towlor'a Great Work
ox
MANHOOD, WOMANHOOD,
THEIR MUTUAL IMTXaVaUtZJkTIONS
Ijiv: Hi Iws, Power, Ac.
AGENTS ate wiling from 14 to SJ cople i
day fUinit Tor tpeclmen paft ana unfc
lo Kvjt. and nli ft mU w thaa anf
ntbtr book. Addtts Sttonl f aUisIdiig Vu ,
I'hlladvlrhin, 1M., CWwgo, flu , or Uu
Mo
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