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ARTER & STEWART.
(fliiccor to I. Artcr A Co,)
GROCERS
Commission Merchants
No. 113 Oommorolal Avenue,
CAIRO, ILLS.
Bristol & Stilwell,
FAMILY
GROCERS
Keep everything portnininpc to
tho lino of Htnplo una Fnncy Qro
soripH, Woodonwaro, VcgotablOH,
PrultH, &c., &c.
Dupee's New Hams.
California Honejr.
Pure Maple Syrup.
ITHE BUCKWHEAT FLOCK.
Cracked Cocoa.
HYACINTHS,
TULIPS AND
DAFFODILS
iisr bloom,
FOR SALE.
A Horse for Salo.
in
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
VAKii.i'v srom:.
New-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Close.
Cornor 10th St. and Oommurclul Av
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
l'AI.Vr AMiOIIJ.
B. F. PARKER,
Dealer In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
HmTTQIXHJlQ.
Wall Papor, Window Glasa, Win
now onuuua, c.
Alwny on hand, Uiu celebiuttd llluniIiiMtliijf
AUltOItA OIL.
HXxom' DBulldiiiR,
Corner KlevuntU Street and WBhlnf
toil Avonuo
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
a, o. xxttxjXjs,
FKOPEIETOR.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
Bulletin Bulldlna-, Cornor TwolftU Street
oud Washington ATenue,
Cairo, IlXlMiolaM.
U-Couuty ud HaUrwul Work a Bpivlidty,
VOL. 7.
LimJOft nKALKKaU
4
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WhoUeal aad ltttali Deader la i
Foreign and Domestic
LIQUORS
WINEM OF ALL KINDH,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoe,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MEllKf SMYTH A CO (into, autly
u l.riH atx-k or the ImI tfuoU ill IhQ luut-
kel, and w-UI altuutloii to I lk MtioluuU
rauco (i wm uuauiea
HUl'I'I.Y ItKI'OT.
VALENTINE
RESCH,
Steamboat,
notol and Family
SUPPLY DEPOT
amu vm.y.n i.t
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
POULTRY,
Fish, Eggs, Northorn Butter, &c.
Eighth Street,
Betwoen Waahlnirton and Commercial
Avenuea.
K)-Jod dlieid fi of charge.
IIOATHTOIttJ.
SAM WILSON,
MelLall IX
IB0AT ST0RES' GE.PCERIES
PROVISIONS, Sec.
No. 110
OKio tiovooi
HOTCI-M.
ST. NICHOLAS
Hotel and Restaurant
No. 122
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Two JooiK uuiUj of Uie Cairo aud Vlnc-tunc
i.UrwU depot
WM. WETZEL, Propiiotor.
A TIICSTV waUh kept nlxLt and day for
-i..v. I nun. kmu atuuuuoabi
U.e be.t of accuuiniodatloua for tranaleut
true! at Two IMLuxa i-erday.
... ..
ICE! ICE!!
ICE!!!
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Whole! aud KvUll Dealer In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KY.
cairo office t
At Union & Wilaon'n, OornorTwelfth St
and unto lovoe.
WE will; nm an Ice wtcon throughout the
Smnn. ilrliverinz num lake Ice ill any
put of the city at the lowet market pi ice, ami
ulll aLofurniah our friend ouWl'lo the clt J with
w bv the cuke or car loud, packed In aawdust
or hiiuueui to iuiv uiaianc.
"Tlio Beat Thing in tho West."
Atchison, Topeh & Sinli h 1 1
X jl. X
IN KANSAS.
a, OOO, OOO V- O IX. 33 s
Of Uie lt rariulnx an
uinl Auriuiltuial Iud In
Amrrli'. nllii.l..! In nml naur tho iMiautlful
in
CuttunwiHiil ami ijitat Arkiui.a vllcj., Uiu
gameu of luu Wttt, ou
1 1 Yearn' Credit, wltli 7 Pr oant. Intor-
eat, una uu par cam. uiacouni
for Improvement.
r a r r.
r r. r ii mi e it
To pureluuM of Ind.
sa-Clicular.
wiUi imp i Klvincfull lufoiiua'
Addle
A.N. JOUNNOX,
Cumiulluaei', Toieka, Kali'
117 1-7-wJui.
lion, ritt fi-o.
Acting land
a.
ZANONE & VALLA,
RESTAURANT.
QRT YOUlt
FRESH SHELL OYSTERS
X T
Cornor Twenty-Eighth Street and
Commoroial Avonuo.
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1 Addtof HAUl'KU.t UUOTUKU8, N. T.
TWO vor.nn.
Hie followloK poem were written by the lal
Canon Klngiley:
tux oar optiikloko.
"Iht dar of the Lord I at hand, at hanjl
U atonna roll up the akyi
nauon aieep iianinK in nve ui koiui
11 ilrMitnvra Inn. and alarll t
h. nlirht I. .Larkval Ijefure tin dawn
When iiiemln l aoreiit tho child I born.
And Uie day of the Lord at hand.
t;Mli. r vim. irathor you. angel of (lot
I'm.lum and merer and truth I
Come, fnrtlieenlthhMKrowa coward aud old,
Conn-down und renew u her youth.
W L to in, aeir-tacrittm. ibirliiK and love,
HaitR Ui the battle-Held, atoop from abot,
To the day of the l-oru at iiauu
'(Jnlb.r vi.ii. cnthervon. hound of hell
"iuln and iilairut and wart
IdleneiM. blrotrr. want and muruto.
tiaUirr and fall in the anarcl
lllrollnars and mminonltui,ii(ilaiit and knave,
Crawl to the battle-Held aneak to your gravel.
In the day of the Ixird at hand.
'Who would alt down anil hIkIi for a toil ana of
IFlllfl
While the !.ord of alf Kjrea U here 1
True hrarta n 111 Iran Mi at the lluiiii.liifliod.
And thuae who can aultcr ran 'lure
Kncli rilit nun of irrdil wa nn Irnn aire. too.
Ami the meekeat of aalnti may And teni work
10 no
lu the day of the lord at hand."
tiik tiikkk i-iariciv4 .
Thiee Hher went railing nut Into the wait,
Out Into I be wit n.1 the mm vent down I
lub thought on the wolrun who loviilbllulHlt,
-nti uiecniiuieD ktooii uaicninx; ineinouioi
lae town I
Fur men mint work mid women niu.t wivu.
And therr'a little to mm, ami many to keep,
mouxn me nnruornar : moaning
'Threr wive aat up In the llirnt-honr tower.
aiici mey irinimiit the lamp, a the run weni
Ul 11.
hey looked at the wjuall, aud they looked at the
nnowtr.
And thu nlKht-ruck came rolling up rairited
and brown t
lint men mutt work, and woniru mint weep,
lliougu atorm. be auuilrn nml water ucrp,
And the liarlxir bar bv inonnlnt?.
Three ror" lay out on the ehlnine kand
In tin; inonilinr nh aiu u. the auu went down.
Aud the women are weenlni; and wrlnfHM Uielr
iianiii
KorUioewho will net er come buok to the
towni
'or men inu.t work, and women mint! ween.
And tlie Nioner it' oler, the eooner We alecp
nmi go-Ai-uje io uie oar anil im moaning.
OLD INDEPENDENCE HALL.
Iteport of llio Oiil.'imlul C'utiiinitlro
Apiiolnt.-il for It Itciloritlloii Tho
Cbnuibcr of llir llrlirlnnl Ciinirrekit,
riHLAiiixriiiA, .Ian. 31, 1S75.
The report of tlio coiiitnlttco .Mppolnlcd
r the reatonitlun of Old Indcnvnilvncc
fall wrw aildrei-si'il vostcnlav to Ills
Honor Mayor .Stoklcy. lu matter H of
freat Interest, its It dehoribes the iirO(,rn.'
of the cotninittct! in their endeavor to
render the ball before tin; conilnir Ceii-
tuniiial exactly as It was oue hundred
ears Lro.
Die committee enumerate the various
nrtieles which have been restoreil since
the historic chamber of the original Cou
Kreas was converted Into n court room iu
isk. j iit-he comprise tno-t ot the uliairs
which were occupied by the (doners of
tne ueciaratiou ot iniiewjmience, tne ta
ble on whlcti It wn jlnned, the coat occtt-
pieu uy JounitancocK as presiding oiu
cer, the liortrnlL of thu deloL'atcS mid
tnoee oi tne revolutionary Li-nerais. cer
tain purls of the hull still remain as they
ilhl lu those iliir of the nation' Infuncv.
'J'lic cliandelli'M are the identical ones
which alien II" lit tinon the atnrut iueiu-
bhtL'u of early patriot. The judicial cham
ber was secured in 1S7II to be lilted up as
n national museum, where, it i iiotied,
ii.iuv vaiuanie inemnr aw ol Ainer can
history will have been eollfctwl at the
tune oi ti if centennial celebration, una
of the concluding pantroplis of the re
port is as follows:
l nc nast tnree years nuirktHi.as tnev
have been, hy the prorvhive advance to
ward perfect security to life, limb, repu
tation and property of your fellow citi
zens, have been alo productive of eisen
tinl aliments to their well hiini:; the
iark, lu all its iniiuitlcent prnportlous,
s rapidly lieconiliiK nccet-i-lblc; the ob
ect system of instruction ifriiduallv de
veloping itsell, is nurturctl by societies ol
cliarltv uiul for protection to man ami
iichii, uy emus lur tuu irouiuiiuu ui in i.
science and of literature, in which all
grades of the population arc encouraged
to unite; the hxpotltiou, approaching
with hourly strenglilheiilng iisiiriinces of
success upon the one hundredth birthday
of the United Suites, h concentrating in
terest from all part of the world upon
the nation and the nation's growth;
while all this tends to oxeuuil Iv the pros
perity and elevation of tho cilicn, itini-
118 us at tne t-aino time to tue recollec
tion of those who so far as human agen
cy Is-concerned, were the founders oi this
empire."
A 1'oliit In I ho I'lilloaopliy of tho Day.
The Kngllsh nhllosopliers have been
lately discussing tlio origin ot language
with reference to the Darwinian theory
of the origin of man. It Is claimed by
one side to thu debate that thought with
out language U Impossible, and that, as
thu inferior animals have no language,
they have, therefore, no thought, and
that it follows the theory of tho evolution
of man from the simians must be illog
ical. On thu other hand, it is suggested
that If thought Is Impossible without lan
guage, man must have been like tne mon
key before liuigtiago was invented, und It
Is asked how, without precedent
thought, could he Invent the
expression of It? Into this
ulaze of metaphysical inuulry we shall no
further introduce tlio reader, except to
cite ono fact, which the-e philosophers
would do well to examine. This Is the
exceptional case of Laura llridgcinan,
deaf, dumb aud blind from lututiey. Did
this reinarkablu girl think before she ac-
.nulreda language, aud II she tlid not
tliluk how was her suusei ueui knowl
edge of language acquired? One more
case might be cited Iu respect to the the
ory of Descartes, that the anhnals, inun
only excepted, are merely atitonuitle ma
chines, who really feel neither pain nor
pleasure. This Is the case ot a rhinoceros
Wlllcli recontIV (lieu av uiu .miuui ue
Plantes, lu P-rls. This great beast was
llereenud untamable; yet, Ike Lord liv
ron, he had one fiiend-a dog. This lit
tie laptlog had sqius .ed himself Into tho
cage of the monster, which beeauiu so
fond of him that all Ids liberties were
tolerated. Accidentally the rhinoceros
put Ids foot upon the dog and killed It.
The grief of llm poor brute, we are told,
was pitiful, nml for two days ho refused
toeatnparlicluol food, lie could not
speak this rhinoceros whom Carlylu
would have, therefore, admired und,
consequently, could not think. Hut was
Ills sorrow merely the expression of some
uutoumtle movement of the brain llm
unmeaning Jarring of an Interrupted ma
chine? Wo leave the answer to these
questions to Mr. Proctor, Mr. Huxley,
"TXraurtiLntrton. A.tron.u.o.
I'rofesor Tyndnll and to our American
philosophers, whoe part In tho discus
sion ought not to be secondary to that of
their Knglish contemporaries.
"Too I'll worldly tolip I.ovnMo."
Tlio XoW York Htrald Is determined
not to lie out-done in Its report of the
Ilccchcr-Tlllou trial. A gonitis connected
with Hi stair presents the following thril
ling pen picture of Theodore ns lie up-jM-iircd
In the witness box when Kvnrls
began Ids argument against him as a wit
ness: "A long, striking llgure, with
abundant lex and waist, a tall neck,
flowing brown hair, and the countenance
of ono uieillbitlve and with
out n temper, tlio air of
pain nml endurance becomes liiui.
That lie i a sebn of the church is mani
fest ; he is too unworldly lo In; lovable;
he was bom, like the prophet Hatnuel, to
respond to clerical orders and wear the
face of the beatitudes. Alter Frank
.Mottltou's tetItnonv,worldly nml Ixiylsh,
Tllton In the chair looked lfko a luhiale
sphynx, or something not of us nor very
near our nature. Ills eves lackrd grip.
They were nlways far oil. The face had
a kind of parboiled pain lu It; tho want
of bread guvo It the ensc not ot unman
llness but of glrlMines. He was,
however, n steru-ouh-d ehaiacter, as
all know who have approached hltu."
.tfonlloii on Ilcccher.
During the course of this trial .Mr.
Slotilton made thu following shrewd re
mark :
"I think the moral part of Ileechcr
prenehlng part Is stronger to-dav than
ever, because, iu the language of the
hyuiii
Ha ntter bteaka the limbed reed.
lie know what .ore temptation mean,
Far he hath fell the aauie "
Tills extraordinary liberality toward
one of the leading characters iu thecae
from a very Interesting witncs Is oue of
the eccentricities of tho trial. Moiilton
has never taken Ib-cchcr'H lnclure from
Its jieg lu his parlor, lie holds that nee
dier could never have preached the great
human sermons he ha.s made but for his
animal sympathies.
An Open Itlvrr Moulli.
from tho New York Time.
It is well that a definite plan bus dually
liecn rejwirteil. The commerce of the
.MUsissltml I one of the great sources of
the wealth of the country, and its unob
structed progres Is of as much Import
ance to us as to New Orleans. Let us
again express t'le hone that the social and
political troilbles which now vex that im
portant port will long have parsed away
before the mouth of the .Mississippi shall
have been cleared of its obstructions, and
that the latter event may not be iiurea
aonably delayed.
fifirThe Ulritto savs the I'ojw has tak
en up a project whlcli lie formed many
years ago of placing twelve statues
around the cupola of fct. Peter's, in ne
eonlatieu with the Idea of Michael An
pelo. Twelve sculptors are to be charged
each with the execution of a statue, but
they arc not to be chosen by public com
petition; nor will any artist lie eligible
for the work who was not domiciled iu
Home prior to 1870.
ConiomptlTM, Take Notice.
Kveiy moment ol delay make yoar cure
more hopelei, and niucli depend ou the
Judlciou choice of a remedy: The amount
of testimony la favor ol Dr. S lit nek's
I'ulmonlcSytup, a acurefor coiidiuiptlon,
lur exceeds all tbat can bo brought to sup
port the pretentious of any other medicine.
&oo Dr. bchenck's Almanac, containing tho
ccttihcales of many persons of tho hlgliont
respectability, who iiavu been restored to
health, after being pronounced Incurable
by physician ot acknowledged ability.
Scheiick's Pulmonic Syrup ulouu has cured
many, as theo evidences will show; but
cure I often promoted by tlic employment
of two other tetnedit which Dr. Hriieuck
provide forthepurposo. These additional
remedies aro Scheiick's Sea Weed Tonic
and Mandrake Kills, lly tbo timely ute ol
thcie medljines, nccorJIng to directions,
Dr. Schcuek cmllieri that mott any caae ot
Consutniitloii miy be cured.
Dr. Sclienck is iirnfekslomdly at his prln
elp 1 otllee. Comer sixth and Arch rits,,
Philadelphia, every MonJay, wlure all let
tcrt lor udvicu must be nddrosaed.
'J-3-d&w-liii.
UK A I, KSTATK AUl'.NT.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
Real Estate Agents
AUCTIONEERS,
74 OHIO XiWTXiJ,
ICeeond Floor,)
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
"DUY and eell real Mtate, pay taxes, ninil.h
JD nbatnu-U of title.
JCVUind Cominlsloncr.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
Real Estate
AND
HOUSE O-BT'TS
COLLECTORS,
CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Agonta of tho Illinois Central and
llurllngton and Uulncy II. R.
Companies,
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lovoc,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
PITH.
FITS CURED FREE
AST wrou Miffcilni; from th above dUaie
la lequratetl to addle. llr Price uud a trlaj
bottle of hi medlrlue will be forwarded 1'IIKK
Dr r'rlu I a rek'Ubirpbyalclau, and ha nui.to
the treatuieut of
FITS OR EPILEPSY
a study for Tear, and he will narraut a cure by
tlie uie or hi reinoiy ....
Do not full to tend to Ui lit for a trial bottle) It
coats uothluv, and ha
WILL CURE YOU,
No mutter how louir ataudhiK your ana inajr
o. or bow many otkw laiuedla may luv
Circular and testlnuiilal lent with
FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.
Addle
DR. CHAS. T.
PRICE
NW Yoik.
DS-0-2.1-d.Vvll
NO. 40.
vonntHHttin mkrciianth.
a. CLOSE,
General
Commission Merchant
AND bEALtn IX
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
HAIR, Ate.,
Under City National Bank.
I WILL avli I In air-lond lot at manuructurera'
prlcu. adding Freight.
WOOD
RITTENHOUSE
AND BRO.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
Commission Merchants
No. 138,
OHIO LEVEE.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AND SON,
(.Successor to John II I'hfllla)
FORWARDING
Commission Merchants
And Dealer In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BBAK, etc.
Agents for LAFLIN & BAND POWDER CO'
:Cornar Tenth Streot nnd Ohio
Lnrne.
Z 11 Mathuaa.
K C, fhl.
MATHUSS Sc UHL,
FORWARDING
Aud C'enernl
Commission Merchants
Dealer In
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
04 Oliio Iiovco.
E. J. Ayrr.
S. D. Aynvi.
" AYRES & CO.,
3r"ijOTjn
And general
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
WIIOl.EMAI.K 41UO l:itN.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
And
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Lovoe.
II. A. Thorn.
L, D. Thonn.
TH0MS & BROTHER,
(Silcte.Mia to II U llnleii,) '
Commission Merchants
23ixon:inxiiai
And dealer In
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
Foreiam and Domeitia Fruits and Nutu
184 C0MMKRCIAL AVENUE.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dialer lu
BOAT STORES,
Commission Merchant,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
St'liClAl.aUentlon kUch tdConalKumontsund
UljlliiK order.
AGENTS WANTED
Pro, Fowler's Great Work
ox
MANHOOD, WOMANHOOD,
ADD
THEIR MUTUAL INTER-RELATIONS
Love; IU Luw, I'owtrt, ie,
AGENT) uie aellhiff fltim IS. to 23 copie a
day. bend for apcchiieu page, and lei iu
to agenla: and aec whylt aclla lualer tluiu any
oUierbook. Ad4re Natioiiul I'ubll.hluv-Co ,
Philadelphia, l'a., CIiIuiko, III., oral. LouU,
Mo.
PnTHIOIANN.
"II.LIAM R. BMITII, M. D.
IlK8ini!XCKt No Jl Thirteenth atreet. be.
tween Waahlngton avenue ami Walnut atreet.
OFFICII: NorUi aid of KUiiUi atreet be
tween Commercial and Washington aTennt,
o.
W. DtmiOKO, M. D.
UF.SIDKNCKl Corner Ninth and Walnut
atreet.
OFFICKi Corner Sixth (treat aud Ohio Levee.
OFFICK IlOUItSi From 0 a.m. to llm , and
from 'J to 8 p.m.
JJR. W. BLATJW,
Gorman PhyBloian.
OFFICES lluder' lllock, (up-aUlr), corner
Hlslith atreet and Vhlnjton htwhuc
I.AWYKHH.
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE; Ohio Levee, over mora formerly
occupied by Flrat National liauk,
CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
JyULKEY & SON,
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE. Eighth SUvt, Uitweeu Commor
Chi! and Waakiniflon avcuiteii,
vliRjn, $TLy ( CAIUO, 1I.1..NO.H
QREEN & OILDERT,
AltorneyN anil CJouiincIoi'n
at Law.
OFFICE: Ohio tnv, rooms 7 and S over
City National Hank,
U'lllinm II (invn,
JVIIIIaiii II (Jlllwrt, CAIItO ILLINOIS
.Mile Freil'k lillUrt S
E5.Srlal attention nlveu to Admiralty ami
Stiuuiboal bll.iiniKi.
MIN'Kl.l.A.EOL'(.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
Normal University.
NOTICE.
There will lie an opportunity for HtuduiiU lo
enter Ihe Cnlteralty, immediately after tho hoi-
lUy, on
J! omliiy, Jniuinrj' Ida. Ih7.t.
Tuition Ih riiau to nil who are wnt br Connlr
Superintendent, ilerii0M, Judei or by a
i:eiiteniiiiie iimtrici lo Mich, an uiclileiitut
leeof Two Dollaii la charged ir term, arcoid
Inx to the Statute
lo other tuition In the Noriu.il Department Is
s.() term t In llm I'repiratory Depurtmcnt
$tl.oo, nnd lu the Primary or .Model Depart
nn'iit .' UJ
Tlie Iiistriii'lluii Ih TlioroiiKli.
mid embracoj Wrllluir, Drawing, .Mii(tlii(?, Cal-l-theniu
and LlociUion. In addition to all tho
ouinion and llih chnol ntudie., and Latin
nndiirti-k, Higher .Malhuiiatlca, Cliiinl.ilry ami
eiiiiit.iiiiii'.
iiood LMdiid am lie hud at rvii-iouuldf. tirteej.
.i M to ;.(. I T Hil l..
he ."iirluir iBrm will otMi .Monday. Mulch
tilh. '.s.
JA.MEs ItUIIAitlh, M D
11S.l-G-ilw
feecretiiry.
OIIU
Illustrated Catalogues
roR 1875 ov
EVERYTHING
FOR TUB
GARDEN!
( Seeds! Plants!.
Vlmplemonts, Fertilizers, etc,
NumborlDe 175 picea and contalnlnc five
UauHfiiteoltrrtdptUtifVitAlixl on receipt
of to cent.
Catalogue, without plate, frea to all
85 Cortlandt St.,
NEW YORK.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
8V.
Dealer In
LUMBER,
All klndaj bard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &C.
Mill and Yard,
Cornor Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
Ohio Lovoo.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionable Barbor
XXA.XH I3n.DaBIJBI3DIT.,
EIGHTH STREET.
Between Waahlnfc-ton aud Conimorclul
Avenue.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AXD
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
aahlnir
oa, adji
Aveuu
olnliiK Hanny'a,
'lEEFS for aale the beet ItMf, I'kik, ilulloll
.IV Veal, Ijiuib, Kuuiuk't, Ac . and la plu
paved to u ne luiullle. iu an umptnlle iiiunim
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
Wlloox'0 Bloolc,
Corner Poplar and Eleventh Streebt
ar"HiKhoflt Cash Prico paid for
Hons uud Cattlo,

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