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PMYniCIAXft.
TLVlkH. K. SKITS, it. D.
UIMMT.IMIM.
1 Arter .1, W Nlrwart.
ARTER & STEWART.
(Sucee.sor Id I) Arlrr & Co )
GROCERS
AND
Commission Merchants
No. 113 Commercial Avenue,
CAIRO, ILLS.
Bristol & Stilwell,"
FAMILY
GROCERS
Kcpp ovorything portaininR to
Iho lino of Stnplo and Fancy Gro
ficricH, Woodcnwurc, Vegetables.
FrultH, iic, &c.
Dupees New Hams.
California Honey..
Pure Maple . Syrup.
ITKBniTOVIIBilTFIiOrK.
Cracked Cocoa.
HYACINTHS,
TULIPS AND
DAFFODILS
I2NT BLoOM,
FOR SALE.
A Horso for Salo.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
VAitiivrv vioki:.
New-York Store
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory CIobo.
Comer 10th St. aud Commurclhl Av
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. FATIER & CO.
I'AIXT AS I OILS.
B. T. PARKER,
Dealer In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
nnueiiES,
vVull Papor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Always mi luilul, till' cilebiatcd Illuminating
AlIltOIM OIL.
Comer Kleve-nth Street and Washing,
ton Avenuo
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
sr. a. iruELs,
PKOPKIETOH.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
Bulletin Building, Corner Twelfth Street
and WuahinKton Avenuo,
CJfiix-o, Illiiioiw.
WConuty and Itallroad Work sim-lalty
VOL. 7.
Mtlioit in: am: tin
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Whole ilu anil ltelatl Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic
LIQUORS
AID
WINKS OF ALL KIXDN,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MKXle SMYTH A CO liir nntly
Inrirr Mock of the bvt good I" '' tiuir
M, mill glrrMi'.lal atti'iitiun to H'v "I'ulv.nlu
lancli of llif biitlhr.
M i'i'i.Y m:ior.
VALENTINE RESCH,
Steamboat, Hotel and Family
SUPPLY DEPOT
4XD OlALI II
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
POULTRY,
Fish, Eggs, Northern Butter, tic.
Eighth Street,
Between Wublnicton and Commercial
Avenuea.
EfUoodl drlitriul frw of charge.
hoat vroiti:.
SAM WILSON,
RLALKt I.T
BQAS.6T0RES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, Sec.
V No. HO
Olxlo Xjovoo.
IIOTKI.N.
STNICHPLAS
Hotel aiid Restaurant
No. 122
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Two dor nortli of the Cairo and Yiucmne.
rallrond djot.
W, WETZEL, Proprietor.
A
Utb'STY watch kept night and day fur
train, anil .tt-umb.ut4
The Wit of ua-i.mm'clntlniu for transient
guel ilTim Iiullar wrdy.
hi:.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Whole-nlt ami Kclall Iraleri In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE:
At Ilulen & Wilson', Corner Twelfth St.
and Ohio Levee,
' J K will; mil an Ice wagon throughout the
Minim, dtlirrring puru InVe lie in any
purl of iho city lit I he loien-t mniket price, auil
uWo furnish iur I'rit'iid ouNidc the city with
ce by the rake or cur load, packed In suwduat
or sliiiimeut to any distance.
"The Best Thing in the Wost."
Mrfiison, Topeh Si Santa, h I, 8.
Xj -A. 3NT X S
IN KANSAS.
8,000,000 AOR33S
Of the Iwst Furmlng anil Agricultural Land In
America, situated in mt near the lxautlAil
Cottonwood uml Grrat Alknusa salley, tlir
g-nrdniof the Wc.t, on
1 1 Years' Credit, with 7 per cent. Inter
est, and 20 per cent. Diaoount
for Improvements.
i' a n k it e r i: . k
To Jiurchawr of IaiuI,
JCpClruulaia, ssllh map, flvlnr full infurma
llou, sent fnn. Addrc..
A.M. JOIIMiON,
Acting Land Commissioner, Top.ka, Kan
wit. 1J7 l-i-wlm.
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
To isrll im. CHASi:1 IIKCirKSi Or, IS
rOKMATION roil I'.YKKYIIOIJY, In rc-y
mnntr la the Ilnitrd StatM and Canada. Kn
Urifwl hy the I'lililinhrr to M ptjf. II rei
liiliin otit 1,000 hou.aliolil rrrlpM, and ti tnltnl
to nil rla.iM aud minilltiuaa of lovlttj. A
rroiiilrrfnl bonk and a bouarhold i-cf.illy, It
lla at ali;ht, liiiMlMl inilurunimita rjrr of
lerl to buwk ageuta, hamplu Mile teat liy
liiall, pott paid, fur 1J, l.iilu.d. trrritory
gln. AKfiitu inor than ilunhle their moury.
Aildl, illt. OIIAKK'S S IK All IMUNTIXO
lioUSE. AN AUBOIl MICH. IOl'iw'wlM
Offl:., Xluiltla. 33xlldlii(r, Csmar Iwolftii Ctxeat nd
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, JANUARY 31, 1875.
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Adilrci llAltl'KHA JIHOTHEll?, K. Y.
LOGAN ON HIS HIND-LEGS.
A 1rrlllr elll In th' I lilted Klnlraj
Nenuie.
U'roni tbe New York Tribune.
1'r.tiui il tlien; In tiimii llienreliu of (lie
Krual tleli.ib". like n trick liuili; in n ilrcii",
urn p:ivltie(l nl'lit niiin: upon the trirk
of a iM-iitillfiil (liTiun I.01R111, of lllinoN.
I lieri! wn. n iioii ol liilistaclir, t-ye-liroit
uml linlr tilleil on cncli oilier In
ttri.'lies; it inrp.' lmimliililii"; if nriitf, n
po-c. anil n t-truiiiiotiM tviirwiioop ; nmi
iniieli a tlioiili ti plutiirt) of :i Di erllebl
iii:i!uti' li.'iil t-tt'ii(.'il out from tin; jmuo
of our early lit-tory. I.oan took tin;
Aincricaii H'liali- bv IU larui'. umaclottt
utr. Anil tlu-ii lit; went lor lil motliur
tongue. Hi; -uioti' It rl'lit ami li lt, lilji
nmi inigii, ami miowi-ii no mercy,
..i.... ii... ,.., i i..,..,,i...v,. i.i,.t. ir
.l.llll.ll 111, 1,4111... '.,-..., Illll.llllll,
lie turned It ere it fell, ami with liaiiiiuer
will! Mruck the latiimairi' ol Mxtv mil
Hons of neopk' fairly In tliu fact", mill
inaslied it Im'VoihI reooiriilllon. l.inler
lil.l Ftroki; the lloor of tin; American sen
ate a- HpatteiiKl witb tin; ii'iiiiiauti of a
oiieo proinl vombiilary, nmi iiii!-enfr-.
iloor-kcejK.TS nnil tmvi tM-ns covi-rwl
Irom lieail to foot with tin; spray. In (In;
fearful two hour ttlilcli lollnwiil the
llrtroar of liU oration nil tlir parts of
spcccii were routeii ami put to niiit.
Tlien wen- orphaned adjectives anil wid
owed noun, bachelor verlH ilrlveii to
jioly'ainy anil polyt'ainotn verlw left
lonely, conjunctions di.-covereil, proposi
tions M-atteretl, aihcilis ili-licveleil uud
ilItorteil. ami i-yntnx lluti"; Into wlltl dis
order. It was a "real day for l.njjaii.
He Ht liMct tli Into tliu lanjraiifre as
the untamed tler ol the jungle takes
between bis nioutli and paw the wearing
apparel of the wayfarer, and the ripping
of It was beard 'through all the fore-t
deptlf. It reverlsrrateil to the other (-nil
of the capItol. and (lugisb n.'pre-eiita-tltes
lilted up their ears and llteiied to
the roar with terrified awe. .ome .-lart-ed
for the scene; but upon bcln; told the
cause ol'tlieili-Iiirbance in tbe brief com
munication. 'Lopui'n up." tunieil back,
with full :ii.nrnin i. th.-it ttiev could bear
fisim that end of the rapltof nil thai was
worth hearing, ho tlirouli two Hours,
I.osau ftwiiuif bis beautiful arnw over the
beads of tbe N'liate like tbe boom-of n
government derrick, while bis chin
churned the language like a piltMlriverln
a heavy sea, and ballled reporters made
wild plunges with their pencils to gather
up bis regurgitation-for (he printer. And
bu talked well. He began by t-aying that
be considered it bl duty to stand by
bis ship, u llgure of speech that, made
Howe, of V, f-coii'-lii. nriek tin bUear-.
for that state-man bad invented it on tliu
previous day and claimed It as hi- own.
Logan also proposed to stand by the -hip.
His stroiir point is sUiinliiiir bv the -bin.
He did In Icccinbcr. 1S.VJ, when be -aid
on the lloor of the hoti-c of representa
tives. "I calm' here k a Deinoentt and I
expect to support a democrat. I may
nave (iiiiereil witii geutleiueii upon tuts
sine oi me nou-e in rcterence to i--ues
that are passed, but God know" that I
have differed from the other side from my
childhood, and with that side I will never
atllllate so long a.-I have breath In my
bodv.' This, with a cliangeof tlie name,
of the party, U in elltoH what he said on
AVeilnesilay. And he -poke very loud
both times, and be mean-what he says,
every word of It. lie I? it very earnest
-tate-tnati.
I.ogan argued that there was a govern
ment in Louisiana. Anil when we say
arrucd, tve mean that he talked about it,
and i-aid that there va- a government,
uud u-ked anybody to deny it, and read
from a .Shreveport" paper. . to tlie mil
itary interference, "I're-ildent (inint bad
notliing to do with it. Sheridan had
nothing to do with it. and the Senate bad
nothing to do with It." If anybody was
rcpon-iblc is was Kellogg. All that the
Democrats wanted was to raise a clamor
in the country, and he believed "that thl
rald made on the Senate in tlie New York
pres, and by tbe New York meeting
-bowed there was some kind of under
standing that this revolution was to ho
made iu Loui-iaiiu for the purpo-c of
overturning tliu legislature of that State."
I.ogan I- one of the mo-t coii-lsteut men
III the world. He dleoveivd ut Mich a
con-plrncy on the part ol the llcpublieans
in .lanuary, SW, and announced it on tlie
lloor of the Iloti-e. Ills remedy then
was the enactment of a law which -houhl
"open the doors of the penitentiary" to
tlie "abolitlonUt-." lie also approves
the uo of tbe military lo control a State
legl-lature. because it was done In l&'O
by order of Franklin Pierce, at Topcka,
Kitn-a. Nothing could he more eousi
tent than IbU! lie approved of i'ierce'
admluNtratioii. and lieapprote Grant'-'.
He supported Pierce in lipcr-iug a free
Statu legi-lattiru In Kansas iu ls'iif.andliu
support.- lirant Iu ilNperiiigH eoiikertii
live legMaliireln I.otil-laua iu IS" I.
Ah! I.oganlsii great man a stato
inan ! When be throws hi- intellect Into
it que-tion. whether It I- of finance or
self-government, or of sticking to tho
ship, something lm got to come. And
you may always know where to Hud him
to wit : where hu has alwats been
drawlu'' itltv from tlie I'ovcrnincnt in
some capacity. He lucks only lllleen or I
.....,,- tl. I., 1,1 ..I' Iw.tt... ..I, .ll-ltlll- 111. I
I nviuj i iiuin ,1-1 ueiiiiy mi ...... v. .
has lungs.
Some WiiHhhiiff on Toilels.
Vabbigton cor Coiiilcr-Juuinal J
The toilet nr-" very sttli-h and band
some this whiter. There I- a great lati
tude for variety, parllculaily iu hats. It
Is a lady's own lanlt now If she wears
what is'not becoming for she may i-cleet
Irom almost iiny prevailing style ol'onu
or two hundred years ago. Me-dnmosde
Pompadour. IMaiutcnoii, Marie Antoin
ette, Josephine, lluebine and other celeb
rities are copied, with modem Improve
ments. No court beauty could ever have
looked handsomer than Mrs. llelknap
doe.-, in a hat of white civet, with while
feathers. The turned up brim Is of black
velvet; on the left l'lc nglnt her hair u
tpray ol llowers, Her carriage dress U of
black velvet, embroidered hi Jet.
illss Jlcsslo Siullh, daughter
of General T. Kllhy Smith, is
siiendlng tliu winter with .Mrs. Attorney
tieneral Williams. MUs Smith Is u tall,
dashing looking gh I, with beauty which
consists of dark eyes, full of expression,
uud u beaming, animated face. Shu Is
bright aud piquant iu conversation, ami
wears tho sauclcst-looklng but iuot be
coming liitt of tint season. Her visiting
costume is of n drab shade ; bat and
dress tlie same color. The bat has a
luriied-up brim that has several Indent
ures iu iroiit, aud trimmed on tliu edge
witli feathers trimmed the samo color.
Another beautiful dress and bat Is that of
Miss Annli) Smith, step-daughter of
the celebrated Dr. Lincoln, and grand
daughter of Dr. Nathan Smith,
of llallimore. The dress s of
warn iiiarluobluc',.tiiiiiuicil with Ydm,
Waoliliistoii. ATinua.
Tlie lint 1 turned up hi front, with n pale
pink ro-e. Another visiting toilet l that
of .Mis Ocorglc Kllburn a rich heavy
black silk with a denil-lraln, pouf ami
sash nt Iho .nck Apron front ovenlres
of black ilnnere covered w lib embroid
ery In Jet, saertie of silk lined with er
mine, velvet hut and feathers, lllack vel
vet Is the choice material this winter lor
both day and evening wear. Nothing Is
handsomer or more economical hi tbu
end, but It takes a largo amount of cap
ital to Invest in one. .Mrs. Colonel Grant's
velvet suit has trimmings of lavender
satin. She woru a lovely dress on Satur
day ut .Mrs. Grant's reception. It was a
turqiio!o blue silk, with hand embroidery
In bright colors.
Itellcf lor I'recdinc ii'm Ilniik lleiionll.
irn.
llallimore American.
There is no doubt that nine out of ten
of thn many thousands of depositors In
the Frceilmen's Hank worn of tho opin
ion that the Government was responsible
for tbu safely ol the money. The olllccin
of the banks encouraged this belief, ami
It was tins duty of the Government Ex
aminers to hatedrsabuscd'thclr mitt ts Iu
this fallacy. If these examiners had (lono
liieir whole duly the swindling would
nave own stopped neiore the whole .run
ecru was swaiiiieil by the thieves who
bad nccc.- to its vaults. II has probably
Imvii in a bankrupt condition for three o'r
four years, but no nolo of alarm wasglten
by tlie olllcers of the Government w ho-o
duly it was to have cxposiij Its rotten-lie-.
They allowed the roblx-rs logo on
until there was uo more money to steal,
then clmed the doors. If the Government
can not nsuiim the debt, it ought at least
to take active measures to save what It can
from the wreck. The :onnu!-sinners
oiler to -ell to the Government the bank
ing house in Washington nt a fair valua
tion, and we feel -tire that its purchase
will meet witli general approval, ena
bling them to declare at once a dividend
of twenty-live per cent, to the depositors.
The upMT portion of this building Is al
ready under rent to tlie Government, and
It is needed forollh.ial service ; hence we
hope that prompt action will lie taken, af
fording as it will relief nmi encourage
ment to the Industrious nnd frugal treed
man. A Itciuitlliil Aimwrr.
U'l.nn tl,.. t .. r-..-
.v,i .,1 j.iujM-iiM in vieriiiaiiv was
lately on a vl-lt in a distant portion of
his dominions, he was welcomed bv the
school children of the village. Afler
their MioMker 1 1 -i r I neulu . . I, r,.
them, lie thanked them. Then, taklugan
orange Irom a plate, a-ked :
" i o wnat Kingdom does this belong? '
"'I'll tint veirel:llibl Llliiriliini lIp.. " ....
plied a little glri. v
l lie Liniieror took a gold coin from ills
pocket and boldiiii: It up, a-ked ;
'Alllltnull.lt blllinliiiii ilrw.c ,1,1. t,,i
long? '
" I'n the mineral kingdom, sire," re
plied the little girl.
A llll tn U'linf Llriirili-kiu iln 1 1UklAa.v
tlien?" a-ked the Kniperor.
i lie utile girl colored deeply, for she
(1 1 1 1 til it like In -!IV "till. -1 1 1 1 1 ,11 1 !.' Il if
a he thought she would, lot his Slajeiy
siiuiuii ne ouenucii. wncn a lirl"Ut
thought came, and site said, with radiant
eye-:
to (.oil s kingdom. sire. '
The Kniperor wa deeply nioved. A
tar stood in his eye. He plaiwl bis hand
on the child's head and said ino-t de
voutly :
. "Grant that I may be accounted worthy
of Ibat kingdom."
Schonck'a Pulmonic Syrup, Sea Weed
Tonic, and Mandrake Pill.
ThCfo dcervodly celebrated and popu
lar medicines hnvo elfected a revolution in
tbe healing art, and proved tbe fallacy ol
saviral nnxlins wiilch h ive lor manv year
obstructed the progress of medical science.
The lal-e suiposlt(on that Con-uiiiptlon is
lncuruble deterred phyidelatn (rom attemiit
ing to tlnd remedies tor that di-cae, and
patients atlllctcd with it reconciled them
sstves to death without making an ellort to
es:ape Irom a doom which they supposed
to ho unavoidable. It Ii now proved, how
ttcr, that Cou-iiinptiori can be cured, and
tbat It has been cured in a very great num
ber of cas (some of them apparently des
per te one-l by sjdienck's Pulmonic Syruii
alone; and In other ciscb liy (be sjuie meil
iclne in connection with Sclicnck's Sea
Weed Tonln uud JIandrake I'llls, ono or
botli, according to the requirements ot tbo
ca-e.
Dr. Scbcnck blmielf. who enjoyed utila
torrup'.ed good health for more than forty
years, was supposed, at ono tlmu to bo nt
the very gaieiifdealb. bisphyslclans hating
pronounced hi c.uo liojielcss, and aban
douej lilm to Ills fate, lie was ciirnl by
thealnresaid medicines, and -Inea ids lecov
try, many thousands sltuiUrly iiilectBdhavo
used Dr. Schcnck's preparations with tbu
same remsrkable success,
FjII dlroellons aecmiipany each, miking
It not absolutely neccsary toperronidly-en
Dr. elnnek unless patients wish tbelr
luugs xiunineil, end for this purpo-o lie Is
professloniilly at hi principal olllci, comer
Sixth and Arch streets, Philadelphia, every
Moml ly, where all letters lor udti"o must
bo addrcsseil. Schenck's medicines nre
sold by t.1 druggists. VMiO-lin
'L
TllKIti: ft inoip fun in tho
(.lilomn l'l.L'CK lliuunny
ii.ilnted or printed story that bat
wen Klten i the pulilli! for yearn.
Never before liu ihvii iieeonlnl to
uny liirtiux'orsitot' plcuuea, the
po)Hilarlly the; Clironms hate
utlalneil filw, sU by twenty
two Inrlies f'ike, tin dollars
jerpalr.
Address onlt r to
J. 1" UYIsT.lt,
l'nMI-hsr,
Llstrlaud, O,
ClflH fin UKWAltn-For a caw of
fipUUU.UU Chills which my Imllan
Ague llennsly w 111 not i llectiinlly enidlrate from
the ysleiii. Only Ail rents for full dliectlon lor
coiuoiiiiiiii the uiisltrini-. kntlsf.iclion guar-mili-iii
or money rrliiinl.il . Adici It, W.
lil'!-i:i.I,, .Mineral siirliius, Uldo.
ISii-ll-il-dAtfltt
TAXES.
Notleti 1 hereby givvu tluit the tux books for
the j cur 1S7I Inn e been plarnl In my luinils,
uud that I "I'll Is-nt Ihv following uaiiit'd pi icea
id the thin-In law set lurlh, lor Ihe purpose of
lollrclbig lis- taxri of said cur,
C'lo.ir link I'liflnet. Cully A .Mtirrhlhloii'
stole, Fein uury tl, IsT.'i.
( li'.ir Creek I'lt-i'lncl, It. A. Kibuunton'
stniv. Keln ilarv '.'3. 1S73.
'I'ln bos l'lecluct, J. (i, Itolwiug'a stole, IVb-
iiuiry;'!, S7S,
I salila Kc I'rciiiiet, Win, licland'a store, Feb-
l liar; S3, IS7.1:
(iuiike Uland rieeliiet, O, (hvenln's stole,
Febumry -.1), IST.I.
, Do; 'tooth l'i reluct, X. Huns.teker' liuiite,
' Ft'biuiiirS?, 1S7.V
I Unity 1'iTulnct, Hodge A Atherton's store,
i March I, 187.V
nazicHiiMi riveinil,(,mrgeV. fhoit'a aloie,
MaivlrJ, 1S7.V
Iti lux your but year' lax iTrrlpla, up It Is mi
uafu to liiiit to thn tax liniks alone for d-iieiip-tlous
of land,
IHIUO, III,, .l.unutM, IrT.V
' AI.KX. It. HtVIN,
lM-l-ll-trbl. Ulitilct Colleetur.
NO. 36.
CO.tfMINNIOX MKIU'IIANTH.
C. CLOSE,
General
Commission Merchant
AS I) Dr.AIJMl IX
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
HAIR, &o.,
Under City Notional Bank.
"T WIM. tell In car-hmd lota at manufacturers'
jl prices, annum rrtluht.
COFFEY,
HARRISON & CO.,
(Successor to II. Iturd A Cm.)
FORWARDING
Commission Merchants
And Dealers In
FLOUn, DRAIN and HAY,
No. 03 Ohio Leveo.
WOOD
RITTENHOUSE
AND BRO.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
Commission Merchants
No. 138,
OHIO LEVEE.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AND SON,
(.Suceejsors to John II 1'lilllls)
FORWARDING
AND
Commission Merchants
And Under iu
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BEAN, etc.
Agents for LAFLIN & HAND POWDER CO!
ZCornor ToutU Stroot and Ohio
Lovoo.
7. 1. MaUmss. k. c. nd.
MATHUSS cfc UHI,
FORWARDING
And O'euinil
Commission Merchants
Dealers iu
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
O-a OKio Lovoo.
L". J. Ayrr ; D. Ayiei.
AYRES cfc CO.,
3XaOTJIX
And general
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
vt hoi.i:sai.i: tatiM iats.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-And
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57' Ohio Lovoo.
II. A 'Ilium.. L 11 Thorn
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Successor toll. M. Ilulen,)
Commission Merchants
33 XI Z IE 33 II 3
Aud dmUrs In
STAPLE AND FAN C Y
GROCERIES,
Foreiim and Domnatlo Fruits Mid Nuts
181 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
DraUr III
BOAT STORES,
Commission Merchant,
No. 10 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL attention siren tocouilsiiineut and
tilling ordcii.
ItESttlEVnKl Wit. 41 Thlr....i. ...... .
iween Uathlngton arenas and Walnut stmt
Ot't'tr.Ki Vnrlh al.ls nf t'.lk,i. ....A .
tween Commercial ami Washingwaatemu!
0.
W. DUNNIKO, M. D.
UKSIDENCDr Corner Mnlh and Walnut
streets.
OmCEi CornerSlxth aliwt nnd Ohio lte
OFFICE HOUKS. FromOa in. to Urn , and
from 2 to 8 p m.
yya. w. DLAtrwr,
Gorman Physlclftii.
OFFICE! Under' Illotk, (up-sutlr), cornrt
Eighth street nnd Wathinxtoii aruiue.
i.awvi:hn.
Attorney nt Iniv.
OFFICKi Ohio Ietc, oTer room fonncrly
occupied by Klril National llaak,
OAIltO. ILLINOIS
jyULKEY k SON,
AttorncyN nt Ian.
OFFICE: Eighth Street, ltwecn Corumer
elal and Washington ntenuea,
lohn It Mulkry ,,,,,,. ......ma
William O. MlifUy OAmo, ILLINOIS
Q.1T.EEN ft'oiLBEIlT,
Attorneys and CounseloiN
at Siiiw.
OFFICE. Ohio ta-tir, rooms 7 and s oter
( It) .Viitloiud Hank,
Willlnni II lii.rn, )
Wllliimll t.lllN-rt, IAII10 ILLINOIS.
Mile. Fml'k lilllnrt 1
, Q-Slpw-lid iittcntioii gltn tu Admlndty and
3tiuiulnM( biislue.
Misri:i,i,A.i:orN.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
Normal University.
NOTICE.
Then-will be an onnortiiiiilv for .-Inilsnt In
outer llie l.'nhersltr. iniiuniu'iely after the hoi
Idajs, on
liinili'.t . Jiuiiinry llli, is;."..
lullloii Is nirr. to all atIio am sent by Coiinlr
SurlntciulenM, muiI-oik, .liulges or bv u
Kipiii-enlathe IH-lilrt To -iieli, an inoeleiil.il
I'tfof Two llolhirs 1. cbargi-l s r term, arc ml
Imr to llie Mamie
'I o others tuition In the Normal Iti nnrliM iil Is
S.lN-rlcriili In llie l'iemr.iten Uriiartim iit
IB 0", nnd In the 1'iimirr or .Model lln.ail
lllellt
I Tlie liiHlriieflnn Im I liiieiuli.
and emlmi(ra Uritlnc, llmttini.. Sngiiig (nl
ilt.rutciiud Kli.eiltlun, Iu mldltlon to till the
( oinmon and High school simile., mid Uttm
uml (iiivk. lllshirilalticmalic-, Cheliil Ir and
l'hlloophy.
(food Wird can Is' bad al reasonable price
a .VI to .Vinper uek
llie.-jirlug linn will o)-n .Mnnd.iv, Mar b
J AMI.
' KOItAltlM, .tl 1
ISs-l-H-daw
.-n-n tair
O V It
Illustrated Catalogues
F0R 1875 op
EVERYTHING
FOR THE
GARDEN!
f Seeds! Plants !
Vlmplcments, Fertilizers, eta
Numbering 175 pages and contalnlni; llvo
txautlfulcotottit jilattt,TaMQi on receipt
of SOccnti.
Catalogno, without plates, free to all.
35 CortlaiuU St.,
NEW YORK.
AGENTS WANTED
rnr,
Pro. Fowlor's GroatWork
OK
MANHOOD, WOMANHOOD,
AMD
THEIR MUTUAL. INTER-RELATIONS
Lote Its Ijiws, I'owcu, .U
A(ii:N"TS aie selling finm 15 t) '.'.t rojilrs n
. day ."-end lor icelnirn paws nnd tenns
lo agent,, ami see why It lls liisler than anv
olherl w AiWri'ss .Satlonnl i'tililislilnir ( u '
I'hilinlelplilii, l'a .Chicago, Ills , or t I .on I ,
.tin.
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
Wiloox'si 33 loo It,
Corner Foplnr and Eleventh Stroflt
IriyHishcHt Cash Prico paid for
nogg nnd Cuttlo.
IT1S.
FITS CURED FREE
ANY person niflrring from tbe iibote rtlnnsu
In iwpieMed lo nddir-s Hr I'rireBiidn trial
bottle iriil in-slleine mil be Inrnurdrd Fit K I
III' I'llre Is a iiuliirpliynleiau, uud made
(be liratuienl of
FITS OR EPILEPSY
n study for yean, and be ttill tianaut a cuie bv
the use of hi lcmedy ,,,
Ho not fall to eml to him fora trial botllei it
cost, uotbbi, and be
WILL CURE YOU,
No matter how lung standing onr cmmj miy
be pr bow mail) olkir ivnieillvl may bate
Circulars nnd leslImcnLiU sent tvllb
FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.
A iltl res
DR. CIIAS. T. PRICE
New V nk
W-fl-Jl-ilAnly
mm
Iisrmmcsir imsiijujisi lusuocioiiiuin
a. . i. ... 1 . ... li. I I.. ...ii.ku ...Ir I
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