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0 Atlfr J, W Stewart.
ARTER & STEWART.
(Suceeieors lo . Artrr A Co.)
GROCERS
Commission Merchants
No. 113 Commercial Avenue,
CAIRO, ILLS.
Bristol & StilweU,
FAMILY
GROCERS
KCOD nvdrvttlincf nnrtnlnlnn n
tho line of Stnplo nnd Fancy Oro
ccrips, Woodonwaro, Vogotablon,
Dupee's New Hams.
California Honey.
Pure Maple Syrup.
I'M 15 BLTK W'HK AT .Wit.
Cracked Cocoa.
HYACINTHS,
TULIPS AND
DAFFODILS
I3NT BLoOM,
for SALE.
A Horse for Solo.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
v.iitiirrv mom:.
New-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Xjai'gost
VARIETY STOCK
IN TUB CITY".
Goods Sold Very Closo.
Ooror 10th St. and Comranrclul Av
CAIRO. IIUNOIH,
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
1MIXT AM OllJt.
B. F. PARKER,
Dealer In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Bnrrsirias,
Wall Papor, Window Glims, Win
dow Shudos, Sia.
Always on hand, Uio cclturated IllumlnatlujC
AUIIOKA Olli.
BroB' Xlixllciixifc,
Comer Eleventh Street and Washing--toil
Avenuo
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
J. O. IIXJ3E3IjJ3 ,
proprietor.
HINDER AND BLANK 1300K
MANUFACTURER.
BuUoMn Uulldlpsr, Corner Twelfth Street
and Washington Avonuo,
Gixx'o, Xlllxxoia.
paj-CouutT na llsllrimd, Work sdallyt
YOL.
MQVoitnrJfLriui.
R. SMY7 CO.,
Wholesale mit W?5ifllltim lu
Toroign. andfjDomostlc
WINKS
OF AJCX
No. 60
Ohlo?Lfcv. ,
OAIROm,.-.
J.
a larrr stock i.Mbffawt 800-'. " "''
NUI'PI.V IIKPOT.
VALENTINE
RESCH,
and Family
Stoamboat, notol
SUPPLY DEPOT
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
POULTRY,
Fish, Eggs, Northorn Butter, &c.
Eighth Street,
Ilntweon Wonhljurton mad Cotnmorolal
CJ-U'l d-intd trrv of charge.
llOATKroltDN.
SAM WILSON,
t.LIU IS
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, dtc4,
No. 110
Olxlo Xiqvoo.
IIOTI'.I.S
ST. NICHOLAS ,
Hotel and Restaurant
No. IJ2
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
To doors uoro of Uic Cairo and Viucsiuits
lauroau imjmI.
WM. WETZBL, Proprietor.
ATItt.'STY watrh kjit nhrht urn! day fur
train aad staMnboaU.
The lx-it tif accmmuoilatlons fur transitu!
urU at Tuo Dollars j-r day .
UK.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Wliole-.ale and Itctall Dtultrs in
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE:
At Hulen & WiUon'a, Corner Twelfth St.
aim unio ioveo.
WK will; nm an Ice waRen throughout th
hiou, delivrrlntr 1'Ure lake ice in any
urt of Hie city at the luueat market rlt. and
will ulru furnhli uur frirnrit out.Ule tlie r.ly III)
o by the rake or car luail, lacked in wlul
or alilinneul tu auy distance.
"Tho Best Thing in tho West."
Atchison, Topeh & Santa h 1 1
Xj 3VT 3D JS
IN KANSAS.
a, 000,000 iLOH.338
Of tlivbtttt Kuniilux nud Agricultural Lamia In
Atnvrira, aituntl lu and ncur tli btauliful
tottouwu(Hl uud tllfiit AtkaiUM tulleya, Hie
gatileiiof thu Weit, un
1 1 Yeara' Credit, with 7 per cent. Inter
eat, and 20 per cent. DUcount
for Improvements.
I' A K t: It K.F II X D K u
To purcbueri of Land,
tS'Llrculiin, with map, Rltlug full Infortna.
tlun, aent il, Addrut
A.N. JOUNHOlf,
ArtiuK Ijuid t'ommliilontr, Toixka, Kan
117 1-7-wJm.
Tow-Boat For Salo
'piIK fulitcrtlier nfffrt for mle tho Strain
JL Towing (itera-Whcel lloat, Ike llaniinltt,
wltlicngiiiiii, innrhiiKiry, tucklva. upimiel nnd
rurnliurg na the now lira at Cairo, IIU.
Uw lfnuUi la Hi feet, her hiulth2l fret, hr
Jciith ft fret and mcasurra 278 toni, Mie hat I
bollem 21 Tect loiiRnnd art lnrln' dlamitPr, ! hlrt
prrxilrewuKiniMirltlieylliulora UK luche In
llamct.T Hiidtirift.lok a fiM iiuimii IJi In
chM in dlumelrr mid 17 Incli.i ttioke umUII
uioilein iiiiirou'iueiit,unil h lu uvery tvjiiwit
Itaunoh, itu worthy, and in good condition fur
oavlutlo. r'or toimt apply to.
.. . , 8. 14, Titt.ou.
CaUO, llll, i NuTfluWl, l7i. 40U-8-tr.
Ill
CAlfc ILLINOIS,
Tho BrltlsfiQuarterly Roviews.
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LONDON (UAllTKKhY ItKVIKW-t'oii.
nervatlve.
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In the I'll Ion."
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I I.l.t'HTIt ATi:il.
.NOTICES Of TIIK l'llk5.
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trlul illuitrated periodical cubliihuil In
till, country. Iti editorials are acliolarly
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lymalutalra a poaliho Fw''011' a,lJ ,vx'
prr.st decided vleiv on political anil )
cUl problftua. l)ttllll9 Coiitlir-Journal.
1U attlclel arc model of hI;h-toncd dlt
cu.'ion, and lt pictorial Illu'tratlocs arc
often corroborate u arKUineuta of no uiill
force. N. Y. Kxauiititrnud Chronicle.
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Addru-i UAlU'liitA 11I10T11EU, N. Y.
AVEDNESDAT, JANUARY 27
Oa l V. .4 aaT X a at.
History of Inllnlloii.
in tlii'' davij w licit tliuru tire m many
j)t'rou w ho linafrinc tliatlnllallon of tin.
paMT currtn ".would brltiK with it tut-
linillcil tiro-ils'li.v to lli; wlinlu country.
It I InitriR tiVAtl look Into the lil'lorv of
sttcli money. TO r. .1. W. ikliiiukt-H lias
compiled n hricT uccotint of the nuances
uml paiH'i-iiioiicy of Hie revolutionary
war, which niionis vuittanio iiiionnmioti
upon tills ftiibji.rt. Tlio wortlihv.ii'ss of
tlio old Coiilliiciilal currency hit- U:vn n
by-wonl, but the lil-tory of Its rKe, pro
res, deeny, ami diiatiiieurnucc li not mi
well known to tin; iittbllc ttf it ought to
Ixj.
J'ajM-r money, In various forms was ui
ready hitiilliar to the people of this cdiiii
try when the Revolutionary war broke
out. Mai-i-.'KiiU'cttM had Issued bills of
credit ns early lis lu'Jii, ami licr e.x.'tniplc
was followed soon thereafter by New
York. I'ennsvlvanln. anil other colonies.
The total aMinom ir inu eunvuey n clr-
CltlatlOII lust prior to 177. Is rntlftiulv
uiimiHtai irotn ?i.w),.w w $Jo,JU.ow.
It had ilepreclateil In coiiipari-on with
sH'olc (llllerently In dlllereut places.
In New Kiiglaml It fell until It took
six shillings to etial a .Sp.uil-li dollar, I lie
narlx'ltitf four slillllnjjs and sixpence. In
New York elgbt shillings iimllu Pennsyl
vania wvpii slilllltis went to the mh'iic
dollar. TIicm- rates sntto luite Ix-come
ntxiitelastMTinatient,:ui(l It Isonly a few
years slnee New ICiilaiiders wen; uectic
tonietl to reckon by shlllbur. f it'lini.I vtll
ora dollar each. Avw Yorker by srill
lliiKsofonecIlitIi, and IVntiiyhanla by
BhlTllng.s of oneeventli of a dollar.
When, therefore. In .May, 177.", the .Sec
ond Continental l on-rrc atlilre.M tl Itself
to the bu.-lno" of ntl-Inir money, It M.eni-
ed to everybody the ino-it natural ami
proper tiling hi me worm tor
It to order the tirintlui; of iaier money.
There was Indeed no other means availa
ble. The total amount oftccle In the
country did not exceed j.1,000,000,
and, us wc have ald. the exl-ting cur
reliev did not exceed Sij.WXI.OOJ more.
uud w:ti- probably lot that that amount.
We had no caslit abroad, our commerce
had been destroyed, and Jlreet taxation
was not only Impolitic, Ult Impractica
ble, l'roinl-cs to jiav were -.iy to
make. and. thanks to the tntriolle eal of
the pei.ple, were readily acifpled a ea-h.
l ne total amount ol uoillnental eur-
reney nut Into elrctilatioi tlttrliitr tho
yittrl77o wasr,OiJ.OiK); hi 1770, jy.OOU,
OOi; In 1777, tf,OUM0U: lu I77S, t(tl..VJ,
000; hi 1770, :lll,:,W,-inakin'' a
f;rand total of JoO.(xhi,oi)0. During the
name ierlol the lldiv dual o on les. mid
even jiritate citlens were al-o at work
iniiL' paper money oi tuir own. the
agirn-gate amount ol which U e-tlinateil
to have ciualed that lilted bv Coii"'ii'.
It thus came to pas that a "country of
,v,v.v iiiiiaoiiauis was i-uppuel with
' currency umountliiL' t sliMl.fssl.lHsi.
which U about the satins tilu-r as -If, with
our preM-iit Donii at on ot 12.Ikj0.O0H.
we hoiild have u eireiiUtlon ot S. .lasi..
OOO.fjoO.
hor the llrt vear of Its- ivUtine. tim
Continental currency remaliutl nearly at
par with Mieeic. and the only cllWt It'iniv.
UJ'SHUkm 'Ut(.-.nlv advance' in the price
niiiL' of lit. found it at a dl-c6ifni irit
...Miit fir 11. Wl (.Illilllll JlV III thfiil
days gold had ri-en to m jly the llrt
ot'.laiiuary, 177.S.ipecIe ni worth lour
titnesa-inuch as paper; by tlie It ol
.lanuary. 177P. elgltt tltnei a much: by
DeceinlMT, 17711. 1'orlv tllilis n tnueh: and
ditrliii: the year 1'eU the denieiiatlim
went on so rapidly that beloiv the end of
the year It took f.ii.i In paper to luij !;1
In specie. Then by common cou-ent the
currency went out of Use altogether. Tin
bills eea"'ed to circulate as money, and
liecaine objccls of curiosity and tccula
Hon. A- -uili they lluctuatcil in value
from rsJ to 1,1(00 lor one. Their ilia
pcaranK. caused no pauie, and was uni
versally rejoiced over. No attempt a
ever mad" to redeem them . though the
coin valut recelNcd for them bv Con
gress was SM.OOO.OOO.
One thing which hastened the eata-tro-pho
was tin eiiormotts number of coun
terfeits that were added to thu volume of
the genuine money. As during our late
war, counterfeit Confederate nolo were
made in thu North ami carried Into the
South by the I'lilon soldiers so the Itrit
ish (j'overniucnt, as a war measure, lent
every po-dhle a'-i-tance to counterfeit
ers of the Congressional currency. Ad
vcilhenients, ollcring to sujiply "per-oii-golnir
Into the colonies were published in
the oillcial newspaper printed In New
York, and lings of truce were taken ad
vantage ot to Introduce It willim the
American lines. The very paper iims! bv
Congicss was imitated, so that little or
no risk of detection was encountered. All
ellorts to prevent these practices, failed,
although vrholu issues of the genuliio
money were, from time to time, called in
and destroyed in order to render the
counterfeits tiele?s.
The Inflation was followed bv tH'ccts
similar to thoe which have marked our
time, bhrewd men, forseeing wlr.il was
coming, bought at an early tierlod all the
proiierty they could put their hands on,
and ran Into debt fur It to the extent of
their credit. The paper being a leiral
tender, debtors took advantage of it- de
preciation to swindle their creditors by
paying oil' loans received in specie at "a
miserable fraction of their orrlglnal
?,l'V.'.,.lIltf.o,.ll,,nu'6 fid orphans wlioso
money nail ueeu m. .. .. ...
were tho chief Mill'erers lu this way.
Speculation ran riot, and fortune, were
made and lost lu Imagination, Jutnx they
were in Wall street in ISHI and INW. A
writer lu the I'ennayhnnla 1'ucktt says :
"I had money enough to buy a hoghead
of sugar. I sold it again and got 11 good
deal more money than It cot me. Yet
what I sold It for, when 1 went to market
again, would liu v hut a tUTce. I sold
that, too, for a great deal id" prollf, vet
tho whole of what 1 sold il lor would "a!'
terward buy hut a barrel. I have now
more money Hutu I over hail, mid yet I
nm not so rich as when Miad lcs"
Congress endeavored, t". I" arrest the
downward career of Its cuiieuev very
much as our Congress did under the
guidance of Tlmddciis Steven'. Hesides
making the hills a legal lender for the
payment of debts, all sort of pa I us and
penalties wcru prcerlbcd for thoo dis
loyal cltl.ens who ivf.ed to tllltO them
u thu course of trade, To keep down
prices, which naturally roeas the cur
rency depreciated, laws were pa-sed reg
uhilfng the wages of laborer', tluu'liar
ges 01 lukccpcrs mid noiiiutou carriers,
and the amount ol'purtiiaws lo be made
by auy one person at one lime. To pre
vent ow ners ofgooiK from sending them
away for sale and thus escaping tlie.se ar
bitrary restrictions, an embargo was act
ually laid in 177S, and continued for sey
eral monllis,piohlliltlug Hi.' shipment of
wheat, corn, beef, 1101k, live stock, and
oilier prosnus. To crown all, lu the
last days of Deeeiubcr, 177H, an oillcial
denial was Issued ot the report lliitt Con
gress woulij pot redeem the bills lsucd
Ifffifc 111 If'
elm
1 875.
by them to defray tlm ivtwnj nri,.,
vrur, but would sillier theni to sink In the
nniKia 01 inuir iioiuits .
J'in.ally, In February, 1781. nfl( r everv
expedient had iM-eu tried In vnln nnd n,'n
currency W as hoipelcMdy gone. CnngreK
appointed Kobt. .Morrh Suicrlntiiideut of
1 iimiice. 111111 lie. oy noKlly llirowillg Ills
I rsonai itcoii into me breach, ae tl"
i.iiiiug lortmiiw of the country. In
.May.hHl. the Hank of North America
wa couriered, wttii a capital of ?(k),0(n.
and Its notes payable hi eah on demand
were inane nreivnMe lor taxes and
duties, lly the aid ol thls bank, and ol'
loan ral-ed abroad to the amount ol'
$ll0O0,0iJ, the war was carried on and
brought to a successful lejinlnatioii. Hi,
great, however, was the public, abhor
rence of an irredeemable currency that
when our prcMjut Constitution" was
formed no power was given lu terms to
Congre-s to issue paper money, and It
was expresdy forbidden to the. tab;s.
I'lrUwtek and Uio I.t'iremliiry Nllcini.
Tin; e.c:ivallon at Home, so rich hi ic-
s ins wi re not netnii u to pnno that to
the Komatis ot'rdil (irji attire wa a i t
nrm.Tr tiling. Tito men- iimgiuniue 01
their theatres, and their habit of tH rform
ing plays hi the ojeii air, comcllcdrurl
(Siture, tho basis of which Is exaggera
tion. Actors, both comic nnd tragic,
Wore maskx of verv el ilmriti. rntislrn.'.
Hon, made of resonant metal, and ' mi
sli.'llssd au.to servo, in some ile''ii'e. the
olllcf of a spiklng-trurmw; ,
If the reader 1. ccr vineu the Colis
eum at nome, or rven one 01 the large
hltinodroines of I'arls or New York, nnd
can Imagilio the attempts of an actor to
i-aiiiou comic or trajrle elleels of counte
nance or of vocal title ramv across sp.K-esi
so extensive, he will readily tuidei Matid
till' UeCX'SsitV Of Sllcll III 11 V a na Hi....
I he art of acting could only have been
develoiM-d In small theatres. M the oim-m
alrorlu the uncovered itninliltlM-itr.' nil
mut have been vociferation ami enrli"i.
turc. Observe the llgure ol old Sllcuus
one ot the chief mirth-makers of untim'il
wim, Ilvci fl,r u' hi the Old
Man of the pantomime, lie is masked
lor the theatre.
1 he leirend of Slirinii li to...ir n. ....1
ilcnce of the tendency of the ancients ' to
ian 11110 cancaiiiir. To the Kotuans he
was at oni-e the tutor, the coiur:ule, and
tin-butt 01 jolly Bacchus, lie dl-coiir-ed
wisdom and made fun. lie win iwimiK-
rcprosenifst as an old man, bald, ilat-no-eil,
halfdruiik, riding upon a broad
backed !ts, or rcclltiL' aloiiL' bv Dm old ,f
u sum, iiiicniigsiirewitniaxiinoandilolii"
ludicrous a;ts. I'eoile wonder that th
luutomliiie called Ihnnnlv J)nit,, should
h- played a thnuaaiid nightx In New
lorktbuttliestib-tntieeofall that bol
lerous noii-en-e, that exhibi
tion of rollicking freedom from
restraints of law, usage, ami
gravitation. ha amused inaiikind for
unknown thousands of veaiis; fur it is
merely what relnaliis to ii.s of the Ice-en-dary
IJaeehus and his jovial crew. We
ob-erve. too. that thegn-.'it eouiie Imok,
such as (id JlUin, Don Vuixutc, J'iffaccl,
and others, are mo-1 ellectlve when the
hero is most like llais-lui-, roaming river
the earth with merry .blades, delightfully
free from the duties and conditions which
make bond-men of us all. Mr. Dickens
may never have thought of It and he
may but there is much of Hie ebann nf
the ancient I'.ai ebie leMiuUJii.Jli.siuu-r-.lr.
1. i-iivr s..-uiiig 011 on tiiu luji or a toach.
and iius-tiiii.' all kind-of gay and senil-Iawie-.iidvcMitnr.
N hi wutntrv" town-, and
i-uinbllng Inns. i;.-n the ancient dl-trl-butioii
of characters Is hinted ,,, With
a few- change-., etisilv huaglnod. the Irn--pres-ilil,.
Sam tssi; li I represent Itaeehu.,
and his ma-ti r briii-; to mind (lie -ageand
conile .Slleiui-. NoMiing U older ttiau
our modes of fim. Kven In seeking the
origin of runeli, hiMidigator-. lo-c thnn
sehes groping In Die dim light of the
ino-.t remote anliijuiiy. .lames Carton,
ill Itirjitr's Mmtfi-ir tor I-'ebruarv.
Schenck's Futmonio Syrun. Soa Wed
Tonic, oud MandrnUe Tills. -.
These de ervudly cckbrnted and pnpu
iir inch inc. tmo ctf. eted a rculuMoii in
iuc nu una mi, nr.ii proven IU0 la acv ol
sevi ral ni.ixinis which have lor many vcars
Obstructed tlio nrocresis of moilli.il i.nl,.n ...
I lie lal. suppo-ltloii that Cuiuuiiiiitlon Is
ini'urabledeten'eupliIei.iti. 110111 iiiteiuiit-
I11.' 'o liinl remedies lor that diea'e, and
patients allllcted with it reconciled tlicm-
tv. -s to death without making an effort to
es -ape rretii a doiiii which they supposed
to ho it'iauild iblr. It Is now proved how
iver, Hi .t (Jomutiption can be cured, and
t at It has been (tired In a very great num
ber ol e.i-e (some of them apparently dos
per te one-i by svlienck's I'lilinonle Syrup
alotu ; and hi oth.-r carrs lij the sjme mej.
lelne In eomieerton with Hehcnck's Sm
Weed i'onlc and .Mandrake Kills, one or
both, a.'C"l'ditig t) tho rciiulreineiits ol the
case.
Dr. ScheiieA hlni'cll. who onjoyed until
trniiiicil good health for m ro than forty
)ear-, wassiippoeil. at one time to be at
the very gatoofde-uli, liNpliysielans having
proiiomieeilils e:i'e hopeless, and nban
dniie.l lilm to hi lite. He was rurt d b
the atuix-said nicdldnes, at d 'hie Mil iceov
ery, many tliou-anJslnilIiiiy aileetedliavo
used Dr. Schcuck's preparation, with tho
satno rciuarkabh) .icee.
Kali dlrectiiAH a.-cniupany each, miking
It not absolutely necessary lopcrxmallysco
Dr. fc'chetiek nubs patienv wish their
lum.'S examined, aid fur this pttrpo-o ho 1
prolesshinally at lib prlnelpal otllee, corner
Sixth and Arch street, liilladelphta, every
Jlond'iy, where nil letter lor mll e mini
be aildrcsrcil. Sshenek's medleines are
soM by . II druggist. l'MW-lm
nlll.lir. Is nime fim ut the
I ( hroinoi I'l.UCK Ihun any
li.iiulitl or iirluti-il story that bus
been idii-ii In the iiiiblle IVirji-.irs.
.Nc-ni" U-foiv bus Urn lll-l-olllltl to
un) plrlm-uorM-tol ilettirfi, the
iouhnll) tliesu Clirnnio have
iillaliiiil SUe, sU , twenty-
Umi Inehi-s 1'ileu, ten ilollar
per pair
A1
dlrcs onleis to
J r' ltVllKIt,
l'ubll.lur,
Clevclaud, 0.
(!"Krin flfl Ul.W.Mtll-t-or a cao of
tJJeJUU.UU I bills which my Iii'IIhii
.Kuu lieiue'ly will not i lleeliLilly rrwllnite from
tlm sj.lcm Only M i-i-nts for lull ilinrtl.nn tor
ronipoiinilini; tin- m.slii-lne ballr.irti.ni ginir
iintisii or money it-I'mnled AiIiIiims It. V,
111 ssia.I.. .Mhui il .iliik's, (thin.
s0..-.'.iXvlw
Till: -MASO.S i: itA.MI.IN
ORGAN COMPANY
"TiSSi;itS of three liljiheiit mnlnl and ill-
iilomn of lionni. at Vienna, 17.1, mid
Paris, INI", now oiler the' iliu-st iisMiilnu iit ol
the l-l eabini l ovk'uih In thu nmld, liielu.llm
new at) lis Willi urent liupioremriits not only
I'M-liisiM-ly lorea.li, 11s fnimeily, but ul.o 011
li'W plans of ui-J' iLiyiiu ilta, Ibe lititt f.iMMiiliU'
ever iilluvl Oiv.iiii iinted V. Ii'l nilleii ol
luitvba. e, to idnio-l nit) p.oi of II. 1 e ainli)'
t'nl piMiienl ii lWoi ii.iiriK
llln-tiiitid i-ut.iloKiii-Mini niviiUi's. with full
)iiitieiil.u-s, tent I'm) 011 iv-iiv( Vil.liuss
MASON & HAtllVIN OROAW CO.,
liostoii, New Yolk 01 Chicago
NO. 32.
S'O.MJIINNIOX Mi:itCM.l.MN.
C. CLOSE,
(knersl
Commission Merchant
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
IIAIlt, &c,
Undor City National Bunk.
1 1'.; aului!:iT-;!,1;?;1"0,J rt "
COFFEY,
HARRISON St CO.,
(Silccesiors lo 1. Iliml A Co.)
.. :n
Commission Merchants
And Itratrrs III
FLOUR, OBAIN and HAY,
No. 03 Ohio Lovt'o.
WOOD
RITTENHOUSE
AND BRO.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
Commission Merchants
No. 138,
OHIO LKVEE.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AND SON,
Succcanrj to John I! I'hlllh)
FORWARDING
AM)
Commission Merchants
And I 'fillers in
1TAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agents for LAFL1N L BAND POWDER CO'
'Corner Tenth Stroot and Ohio
Lavas.
MATHUSS fc UHL.
FORWARDING
Anil (.emi-al
Commission Merchants
iMihr In
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
G-a, Olxlo Xjovco.
K J. Ayna. s ,
AYRES & CO.,
And grntint
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OIIXO LEVEE.
wneii,i:s.i.i; e;ito cits.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-And
Commission Merchants
A0ENT3 AMERICAN TOWDEU CO.
57 Ohio IiOvoo.
II A Thoiu. 1, t). Thome.
THOMS & BROTHER,
(SurceSMors to II M lltileii,)
Commission Merchants
23n.OH123Xl.SI
Ami dtailtri In
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
Forohrn and Domestic. Fruits and Nuts
181 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dealer In
BOAT STORES,
Commission Merchant,
No. 70 OHIO LEVEE.
Ql'KCt.U. attention (riven tocouslguiuenH and
O Ulltni; onleis.
FIIYAICIA!l,
R. SMITH, M. D.
llE9tr)E.CE: No si Thbteen'tK slrset, Isj.
iwrtn "lilnKton avennenn l Walnut slrctt
"KITUK. North M of Kfghth street be-
vommtrcisi ami Wa.hlnKton avenue
0. W' DwrN6, M. D,
St"stivI)K;CK: Con,er NlnUl "' Walnut
Ot'nCK! Corner Sixth .trret sad Ohio be-wr
JT)R. W. RIiAUW,
Gorumn Physician.
OITICE: HuderS llluek. dm
KUhtb strivtaml WuditiiKtoii aetnuc.
A U VimsT "
vJWUUUI. i', WILEHIjER,
Attorney at Jmw.
m VXJ. V'i1? U2.iv ncr f"0"' r.rtnrly
K.Uilel by Klrst National Hunk,
lAIIU). II.I.1SOH.
jJUlKEY &80N,
AttornvyN at I.ti.v.
OKHCK: Klifhth .itrwt, l-rtnun Ounmfr
ciul and WnthiiiKtoii hiiiiiws,
.iM. j -"'""
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at Jiiitv-'
OKliCl: Oiil.i t . ... I'.Moim ; and 8 oi
Cilj . ml it. 11I1,
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JVIIIIain It lilllrrt, , 1 viuo lUdN'OIH.
Mile lrrrk liliUrt S
C.Ss-lal nttinltun uImh to Admiralty and
Stminlwwit bnslnss.
nrMi:i,i,A.M:ois,
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
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ta U to W.wi nr itl
iW sttirlne'lemi will oik-ii Monday, Miuli
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roR 1875 op
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nm
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A lilj.vrs mi silllia from 1.1 to Si conic n
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PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
Wlloox'a 33 loo It,
Corner Poplar and Xleventh Streets.
cay-lTighoBt Ca3h Prico pnid for
Hons and Cuttlo.
FITS CURED FREE
ANV l-ron slinerlliitflolil Ihesbvre iIImiisv
I, u-oju-.teit toailiiiis. Ill- I'lliv unila tilal
iHiltlruf Ids medicine will lw loruardrd KIIKI.
Ir 1'rlce Is u-KuUiril)lelaii, and has nude
the tuiilini nt of
PITS OR EPILEPSY
u study for ywirs. and he HI wunaut a cure I'V
tin- u of his remedy .,' ... ,,
IK not fail lo kt-iul lo hiui for a tllsl bottle I
nut. iiothliii.-, uml he
WILL CURE YOU.
No mi.ll.-r how ln- staudlux Jr "
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'urculsrs and teatliuridals lent with
FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.
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