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MKOCKIlir.N.
C It A Hit .. W Slcwlt.
ARTER & STEWART.
(9iweenors to I) Arler A l?o J
GROCERS
iXtl
Commission Merchants
No. IIS Commercial Avouuo,
CAIBO, ILLS.
Bristol & Stilwell,
FAMILY
GROCERS
Koop everything portaininK to
tho lino of Otuplo ana Fnncy Gro
scrioB, Woodonwaro, Vcgotablcs.
Fruits, 8iO; Sic.
Pressed Corned Beef,
White Cherries,
Orange Quinces,
Golden Pumpkin,
California Fruits,
Pitted Cherries,
Pared Dried Peaches,
Michigan Dried Apples
Dooley's, Royal, Price's,
ttillott's, IiUdlaxn's, and
Preston Sc. Morrill's
3TeastFowders
FLOWERING BULBS
On JSjalo.
. Horso for Salo.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
VAItlKTY STOKE.
New-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Closo.
Corner 10th St. and Comtnurci&l Av
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
I'AINT AMI OILS.
B. F. PARKER,
Dealer 111
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Fapor, Window Glass, Win
aow Btiaaos, eza.
Always on bawl, tliu celebrated Illuminating
AUIIOKA OIL.
T3x-obio' Bulldiue,
Corner Eleventh Street and Washing
ton Avenue
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
J. O. XXTTXIXjS,
PROPEIETOR.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
Bulletin Buildlnir, Corner Twelfth Street
and Washington Avenue,
Cairo, XUlnoim.
13-Conntv and lUllroml Work n snectnlty .
VOL. 7.
i.iiVunni:Ai.i:itK
K. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale ami ttrlnil llctilcrshi
Foreign and Domestic
LIQUORS
AMD
WIMIK OF AIM MINUS,
No. 60 Ohio Levoo,
OArao, ILLS.
MKSfRT. SMITH 4 CO ! sntly
Inrse Work of tlio bent gwrU I" 11"' Hint
kit, unci jclvei-.irlsl attention tw I liulcilii
rsnrli nr (he limine
huj'I'i.v it:iT.
VALENTINE
RESCH,
Steamboat,
Hotel and Family
SUPPLY DEPOT
ami nr.Ai.rn l
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
POULTRY,
FiBh, EggB, Northern Butter, &c.
Eighth Street,
Between Washington und Commercial
Avonuci,
fJ-Oood iUI ! fu of charier.
IIOAI'STOItlS.
SAM WILSON,
UlAl.Ul IX
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, &c.
No. 110
OIilo Xjovoo.
iiotki.s.
ST. NICHOLAS
Hotel and Restaurant
No. 122
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Two rionrs north of the Cairo and Vlnc-innes
railroad ilqiut.
WM, WETZEL, Proprietor.
ATJtL'STY watch kept niplit nnrt day for
trains mid i-tcamtwuls
'Uit best of ticcomiiiod.illonj fur traniicnt
Kunli nt Two Dollars i r iUy
in:,
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!i
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Wliolcfalu ami llctall Denier In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, and C01UMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE t
At Ilulon & Wilson's, Comor Twolftli St.
ana unio ivoveo.
Wi; will! tun mi Ice wagon throughout tho
Miisoii, ilellu-rlng pure lake li In any
inn oi me city ai mu inwi-.i market jini-i-, nun
will alio furnish our friends oiU.I'lc tin-city with
tv liv the caV.ii or car limit, parked in Niwdiut
i or "liltmieiit to nuv distance.
"The Best Thing in tho West."
Alchi:cn, Topsta I Santa fa 1 R.
L AKTDS
IN KANSAS.
0,000,000 AOH33S
Of tlo lxtt VuriiiliiK wml AKrlcullmnl IjiiiiU In
Aimrlrj, nitiiatei In mill mtir tlie Ixiiutirul
CllttllllWIXHl llllll (ill'Jt AlkllllMlt villa''', tl!
Kiiiili 11 ot Hie Wr,t, on
11 YearB Orodlt, with 7 por oent. Inter
est, ana :u per cent, umuuuub
for Imiirovoraents.
i' a it r. it k r it x i 1: i
To pnn'liu'i'tn iifbninl.
fJ-l.'liciilnrj. wllli nun, tflvlng full Infuima-
ArtliiK IJ'ii'l CommUsloiier, Topeku, Kim
tin. in i-i-w.iiii.
ZANONE & VALLA,
RESTAURANT.
OUT YOUlt
FRESH SHELL OYSTERS
A T
Corner Twenty-Eighth Stroot and
Coihmoroial Avonuo.
.J, ), 'miotic. ' , Jl.Vulln.
CAIRO, 'ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1875.
gltc Hull 4.1 it.
THE BROOKLYN TRIAL.
HOW THE INTERESTED PARTIES LOOK
AT THI8 STAOE OF THE
PR0CEEDINO8.
.Mr llvrt'lii-r Itiiiildly 1'lnj Inir Out
llrookljn t.t-tlrr Ij tlir Clilcnftn Trllmiw-. lllli J
A xviiunil Impression prevnlletl Hint. Ml
tlic end r tin cross-examination, IJvnrts
would ovi-rwlieliii Hit; witness Willi muiio
(ini'Mliinublibuotilil leave blin prostrate.
Tlic tleinolitinn t-oliilltftiml M)eiillele-l.v
potponel wis llioii),'lit to be In iibeyam-c
merely lnr ilraituitic clleet. In pmnor
lloii to tlic K'liitrulno expectnmy ot tlie
crowd Wis Km tTlsiippotnlinont wben t
diiv liirinil out tu In" tlir very dulled nud
most ioliitU."4 of till tin- l.'urfrln;: ww,
Vou ciiii liiiiiKliH'tlioiitiiio'iiliurli'fllcet of
live hundred damp und Mrtiiiiluj; jien-oiH
nil wwirlii" rul)K.T overshoes, iKirbcr io
inudt', iiiid wt't oviTcoatc, pent III :i room
U) H ct t-ipuin. Tlic very Jml! on 1 1 if
licncli wan clio.ikliijr, and yn-at waves of
fotld vapor rolled out Into tlx: eorrldors
whi'iieviT thi'door ere opened. It was
like lal.In' u piddle TnrkNii liatli In eoni
iwiiy with 10.0IJO dicuiyed iiuihri'lla'. If
the eonuniptlve Juror really lntend to
t-lide out of Hie tfre-'onie. btifltns m (lie
plea that tin-air ii fatal to hl Iiint. he
had hotter nviill bliiiflf of tin; very next
oera"lou wlileh rertlnblei the htilllu un
wlioleMjinciiiLM of to-day. Otherwl-e. lie
wlll.t.'iy at Inline in dead earnest.
.Seen'dlnily, sh a red sun tlimnli a Xo
veinher lo'," wiw the vUujre of liia-clier
tliln tuorniii. If lie U in training for the
wltne.' MiiikI lie imil, for ouec at leavt,
have ahauiloneil Ids prewntor'M syilcin.
Iiiktead of tin- lieultliy pllikiif to which
ids color had lfii reduced, he looked to
ilavjimt us apoplectic and hIov.-y a ever.
A lieatly lireakfast, x.Thnp.i, oeci-loned
tho iliKli. wliicli w.i-apparent to every
one. Coiiieldeiit wlih tlio return of hi
ntirnle wm Hie return of hln nierrinient.
Fixiu Ids eye on (he cfiliu'r of the
eourt-rooiii, whenever tliere was the
filihtct exeu-e foi lail'lilir, Ileeeiier
lau'lied. lli-iinlrtli wainot Infection", fur
evervbody eli-e looked uiepeakably dull
all ifay.
.vir.. I!ecrher cannot stand much more
oftlie cxeiteuient, Mieni-e, and teitiuin
of the trial. Her day are few unless Mic
speedily take llijjht to the liahny .South
enialr, "awav Irom wliicli thl year ?liu
pcnd herllnt winter. Hex features are
soreiv iilnched. nud the Hipprci'cd lire
wliicli lately gleamed in her eye m-cid to
have burnt'lli-cll out. For lier tlii; pee
tator (siiinol hut feci pity, If not jri'iiuiue
sympathy.
"Mm. Tiltou and Mr. Fluid wen; the
011I3 otlter familiar woman laces pre.-ent,
tlien;leliihut two other Amuout to
rcprociit tlieirx.
Tiltou was In no lteltcr health, though
in olivlou-ly better humor, thank" to
some diM'ipliui) enforced. 1 believe, by
Iteaeh. llo lias abanilimed tin- old halm
of prodding Kvarts wltliranimatiejdeor-rcciloii-.
The wound lie thin Inllleted
waMtiiinll and nuneee.arv. tlioiiuh it ev-
ldentlv made tin- -avaKo old barrUter
smart. From tlie moment of lil i-uim-(el's
liittructioii-. Tiltou Iku ix'aHtl to n
tort in Mich a fa.-hion to the quetion of
examiner, and. n a coiisefiiienn-. tne
proceeding to-dny moved alon'r without
much liiilici.il Inbrlaitioii. KvarU was
uiiimati'd by a nuuiifot desiro (o eloo
tlie eio'-examination and yet out of the
cjive before twenty-live tliou-aild dollar'
worlli ol hi time -ball Have been ex-
liaiiMcd and .-ball liave left hi client in
debt. Tlie loomlne-s of tlie day with
out tilled the court witli it melancholy
nrc-ence. I-.vcrvboily taw everyuoiiy
el-e throii"h a fo darkly. Tiltou loomed
up like a monument tilmiy viinie 111
l.oillloll smoue. J. van was a uiauu
-treak on hiadeii baekyroiinu. Jim
I ml '-e reminded one ol'.-oine Indian Idol,
hii"cand iiorlentoiw.wrappcil witii doiuU
if frankliiccn-p. v kiiewlbat be was
iiLdv. but we felt tliat lie was treat, ami.
thiiiiyh tiie odors wliicli begirt I1I111 won;
not in Amman Kivor. nut raiucr uoru 01
Cliatham street lop--hop-. all eyes re
yardexl him as tliehiKli pric-t, it not a:
tho deity, of tlie temple. In tlio orliice
overhead dickered a taint circle of ira-
jets set round Ilkn a cntlienne-wlieel, and
UioeKIll tlie vaporous uimue$ w an nicir
slcklv ;lare. It was like a village mert
lua't nightfall on the edge- of tin tiguc-brcedlii-f
swiiiuii.
e Mneltliio rr Jenlou Wltcs nml
tlie AiilMtiirtiil Alltu M111I1I110
I thoui'lit wlieiin Couueeticut woiiinu
Invented tt paper l)a', and made lots of
money, that w hen J got into Ujrun-", my
great dormant inventive powers should
be invoked and I would Invent kohid ma
chine that no woman could llvo without.
It should hn some ort o attaebmeiit no
illed to ii-peetcd liuliauds wliicli would
demoii-trate to n dead certainly how
manv liours lliey liad pa-ed at Vidow
.Suili'h'., and Ihu exact amount of lllrt.v
Hon tlnit look place at tlio matinee. All
men are suspected, all wive curious, and
tt tremendous sale was anticipated. The
inacliiuo that Yankee, stabli'-kccpers put
on tlio wheels of their vehicles to show
tlie number of miles squeezed out of tlio
nairs would have been small compared to
my buck action, underfed, sclf-atljutln;
indicator, wr.n a vartauio cui-ou.
mid till machine was not involved
when another idea struck me, and before
that arrived at maturity behold a man
named Jlark Clark, of Newport, lias
jumped In and superseded me. It is n
collln that open liken hatch with asiirhur,
and tliu lnmnlo lias rliie; on bis lltmurs
nud toes, to wliicli am inllutcd wires.
nlvoU and pulleys. Willi tho slhrhte-t
movement lnIdc, bells aro set rlupiii;
outside, liven hU noso re.-ts in 11 metal
lic cot of (treat senslllvcness, so if sus
pended anlinalion returns with 11 sneeze,
it lien will refiner uie mci 111:11 uiecoip-i
is takimr cold. Tims it any one ever no
lii es tlie 'wranirllnjr and jauKlin ol tlie
hells," them will lie many a return of (he
deiiartcd In a mom decided materialized
state than tlio spirits have vet ttot up for
u. Then, of coire, Instead of leaving
their money to societies and relatives-.
everv dvlnir man or woman Is sum to
lmv a Clark collln. Throuuh tho pni
deuce and fomthnuht of many a parllii"'
soul win no eiicuniwnieti ny uujtraieiui
sons-in-law, who will carel'idly cut tlic
wires or muzzle the bells, to putllttloou-.
.stnictions in Iho way of a rcluni trip.
The Unwritten .MiiirJrent .Hen.
Mux AdiM-.
Wo always think of groat men as in tlio
act of peifoi iuln deeds which (tlyo them
renown, or else In stately repose, fraud,
silent nud majestic. And yet this Is hardly
fair, because, tlio mot traclotiStiud miut
nlllccut of human beings have to bother
themselves with tlio little things ol 11,'u
which eiigiifl;o tlio attention of us smaller
people. No doubt JIoscs snarled nn:l got
mt$
angry when lift liad n sevem cold in his
head, nnd il ally lilt lii-"leg" while lie'
was in tiie desert, why should we sup-,
po-c he did not jump nud ue lolent
language and mil tlie sore place? And1
(.'les.'ir Iwn't It lolerabli' ceitnlli. he nvil
to become fiirioiH when he went up stairs
In get Ids slippers lit the dark and found
thai Calphnrnln had shoved them under
the lied so that he hud to sw eep around
them wildly with tt broom-hamlle. And
when Solomon cracked his cryy-bnnc I
II unreasonable, to suppo-e that lie ran
around the room and felt as If he wauled
to cry? Imagine Ucorge Wa-hliigtoii
Itlhig on the edge of tlie bed nml pul
ling on n clean shirt, and growling at
.Marllia becnu-i; the lilltlons were oil'; or
.St. Augustine with an apron around his
neck, having Ids hair cut ; or .loan of
Are holding her trout hair In her mouth,
as women tin. while she lixiil up her
hack hair; Napoleon Jumping out of bed
In a frenzy to eha-e ti luo-ipiito around
the. room with 11 pillow ; or .Miirtln Lu
ther, In n night shirt, Irving to put the
baby to sleep at two o'clock in Hid morn
ing; or Alexander tho Great, with the
hiccoughs ; or Thomas .Jeller-oii, getting
suddenly over a feneo to avoid a dog; or
tlie Duke of Wellington, witli the iiiiiiiiIh;
or Daniel Webtter, necii'iiig his wifii be-catt-e
she hadn't tueki.sl tlie covers at the
font ot the bed; or llrnjauilii Franklin,
paring Id- corns witli a nuor ; or ? 0)111
atliau IMwariN, at thediiiiicrtatile, want
lug to ,iiiHv.eJut as h" got Ids nioulli
lull of hot beef; or Noali -tandlug at Ids
window at night, throwiuit bricks at a
cat. J
Locomotion lJ oniri'eit Air.
A novel pluii Is now proposed for the
adaptation of the natural spring of coin-pre-ed
nlr to the hnpul-iou of stmet rail
way ears. The plan bears some resem
blance to tlie llreless locomotive, Inn
much n it requires tlio 11-e of relay sta
tions at which the power expended In
making the intervening Journey Is re
stored by lllling tlie reservoirs with new
siipplles'of tin' motor. Atthee station
tlie nlr is coinpres-ed into strong recep
tacles, by nieuii of machinery wliicli ;i
nbles a prcuiv of over two thousand
)ouuiN er piare liieli tu be olh.tiiied,
and is drawn oil', as required, into metal
tube", eighteen Icet long by eight inehe
diameter, four of which arelocatcd under
the llnoring of every car. It 1 stated
that ti force equal to two mechanical liore
power, and capable of driving tin; vehicle
for three hour-. 1 1 thus tored.
In I lie practled construction, it appears
that, from the tubes, the nlr p.ies
through a regulating device located at
one end of tlie car, by which tin; presiire.
traiiMiiltii il to drive the engine located
at the opolto extremity, niaj b inlju-teil
ade-lred. In order to avoid tho ell'ccts
of the extreme cold iluu to the expau-lon
of the air, tho valve- and cylinders of tlic
engine tire completely jacketed and a
pump U employed to eoiupie.-s air within
I he Jacket to a Pressure ol some seventy
live pounds. The fea-lblllty ol this plan
I- regarded as unquestionable.
Singular .MHtliciiuitlru! I'll el
Any number of llgures you may wMi
to multlplv bv live will give tho same re
ult if divideil by two a much quicker
operation but ymi must remember to an
nex a cipher to tlie uliwer, whenever
thero Is no remainder, anil when
them is a remainder, whatever it
mav lie, aiinev a live to tho answer.
.Multiply -1HI by f nml the nnwcr will be
J,'MO; dividing the same number by 2
and vou have and tis them I-no re
mainder you add a cipher. Now take
!Ij7. and multinlv by n; there l l,,h."i.
Divide the nmc iniuiber by 2 and vou
liave 17M tuiil :i remainder; yon therclom
place a 5 at the end of tin- line nndtho re
sult i again 1.7fv.
. -
Don't llni Ii, llucli. Coimli, CoiikIi !
Co' irhls asvniiitoni by which varlMi dl-
eu-eil ccnibtiousot tliu throat. Iirunelil
tube. ami lito -. rsanlre-t tlicinvlvcs lint
wlictlier it uiiscs frcJm tlio irrl nthn o.n-
dim d In the throat ami larynx by taking
cold, Irouiaii a task of Il.oncliltl-, from la-
clplnit C'oiiuuiptinu, or Irom villous
other causes, nothing will allay It more
speedily or euro It irorn pcruiiiicntly limn
nr. ricrco's iioiuun .mciiici ui-covcry
Itdicn 11 l mutter wiio'hi r It U a nc lit
itt iek. or a ihlM Inu' cnus;li. tlio DNrovory
is in 1 itlicr ciiiu cqtMlly well aiuptcd or
Its relief ami pennaiicui cum. In fact, it
w III cure a couU in ono-linlf tlic time i:ec-ts-.irv
to cure it with any otter inHtcinc,
and ft do's It, not by drying It up, but by
removing tbeea'-s', subduing thclnitatlon,
and healing tbo affected purl-. No time
should bo lo-t in commencing t''u ito of a
priiT ined cice for t :o rcllnl ol a e.mgh,
loruiless tills course is jm-siicd. set lous
and dangerous dlsetHu of t'to luns is liable
to re-nit. inin 11 .Medical l)l-cocry is
sold by all dealer hi uicdklr.es
j-ii-u.vw iw
SherilTg Salo.
DV virtue of Unto sovi'nil eKiltloni In
in
J J iliuvti-u liy tlic
clerk nt' tho Circuit
tnnt ol Alcunih'r count-, In the state
nl IIII1111U--011C In f.ivnr ol IMiiIrl t'liii'.
one In I n or of l'atrli k Mucklar una
line In t'uor nf Pi-run nl .Mc.Mmiiih. nml nil
amdii't tlie tulni mill Vinrviinv Itiiilniiul rom-
uiny-1 urn in iei upon inv initou iiik iu-.-itiii u
property, In tin' county ol' Ali'uiiiliriini Slnlu
of Illinois, tii-ulti I.'il iiiimbi'iiil unu (I) unit
two (.) , in nloi-k miiiiiiti'iHi iMihc (r:). inin
loll nuiubt'rtil set 111 (T) nml clxlit W. inlilmk
nuuilwriil twctity-tlirif taj, In tin' First Addi
tion tu tliecltyol'l'tiiln. In thf enmity of Alex
iiihUt nml Stuicof lllliiniii, in llii' proprri) of
the Mild Cntro unit Vinrrnnei It.illroiuli'oiiipiiny.
w nun 1 sunn iiiiirut 1 1111110 sail- ui 1111-soiiiu-wot
ilnorof llu- Court llnu-e in Hie rlty of
Cnlro, in Hie county of Ak-Miuder und stale of
IIII110U, 1111 the '.'lithday of Ft'hiiuiiy, A. l.
loT.Vut Ihu hour of iI.imii o'clock, 11 111 , lor
c.i-li, to siitlnly said cis.'ullnti
AI.KX II lltVI.V,
Silii'illt'of Alexander I'ounly, Ills.
Citllo. Ills. Fib. I. 173,
I.M. I l.T !.
w:lt
iiiiai. KsT.vn: Aii:T.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
Real Estate Agents
AUCTIONEERS,
7k
OHIO IjUVICH,
IlScfond Floor,)
CAIRO, ILLINOIB.
13UY unit se
nml sill real estate, pay laves, ftindtli
JD nbstructi of title
of title.
KJ-IjiiiiI C'omnilfloiiers,
JOHN Q. HAHMAN & CO.
Real Estate
A.VP
COLLECTORS,
CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES FUSLIO
Lund Asronts of tho Illinois Contral and
jjuriliiHion unu uuiiiu-jr .
Companies,
North Cor. Sixth nud Ohio Levoo,
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It printed by tlio
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Ity nrmncciucnt with Ilia l;tig lsh I'lllill-li-cts
wlio recrlro liberal coiupcimtlon.
Thee periodicals con-tlliile n wonderful
mlscol'nuy ormiderti lli unlit, rcearetiunil
crltlcNtn. Tlio rrentn ol all ihiropenn book
w urtb rovluwIiiL- is found here, nud they
treat nt the leadftiit events ol tliu wotld In
nmtcrlynttl le wtlttcn by men who have
spceinl knowli-il?e n! tliu matter treated.
Mm American l'lilill-liern urKO udoii nil In
t illgent rnail-ih in thin enutitrv .1 liberal
support of tli Usprltits which iliey bivo so
Imig and ni cliuiply lurulsliu , fecllig sum
that no uxpoi dltiira forlilvrnry mttti r will
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For ntiy three Itevlcw-,
For all tour Itcvlcws,
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Adilicr HAHl'KIt IIU0TIIBH8, N. Y,
NO. 40.
IJIISSIO.V .SIlllttllAXTS.
C. CLOSE,
(itnend
Commission Merchant
AMI liUAI.LII IV
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
ITAIR, &c,
Undor City National Bank.
I prices': ;aVlPJfT-r;la,,I.,ot' ' niMiir-ctum,.
WOOD
RITTENHOUSE
AND BRO.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
Commission Merchants
No. 138,
OHIO LEVEE.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AND SON,
(Successor to .tuhii It riil)
FORWARDING
AXtl
Commission Merchants
And Dealer In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR.
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
A genu for LAFLIN & BAND POWDER CO-
Corner Tenth Stroot anil Ohio
Lovno.
'.. I). .Malhiiss.
k t; triii.
MATHUSS & UHL,
FORWARDING
Anil General
Commission Merchants
Denier in
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
14 Oliio Xjovoo.
K. Ayrrs.
S I). Ayivs.
AYRES fc CO.,
a?ijOuri
Ami Bencr.il
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
wiioi.i:.nai.i: (Jitorrits.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
Ami
Commission Merchants
AOENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Lovoo.
II A Thorns.
I,. 1). Thorns,
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Suecrtsor to 11 M. Iltileu,)
Commission Merchants
And di-aler In
STAPLE AND FAN C Y
GROCERIES,
Foreign and Domoatio Fruits and Nuts
181 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
l).ilcr in
BOAT STORES,
Commission Merchant,
No. 10 OHIO LEVEE.
Ql'KCIAl, attention ulvm tocouilgniuciittmul
kj llllluit oilier.
AGENTS WANTED
urn
Pro. Fowler's Groat Wox'k
OK
MANHOOD, WOMANHOOD,
AMI
THEIR MUTUAL INTER-RELATIONS
Love: Its Iiiwa, Tower, Ac.
AOKNTd nro s11Iiik from 15 tit Sil coiles a
day. r-end for spwlinen juges und lenns
to SKenU, and mu why It elULiler Ihsn any
oilier t'ook. AiMrev Natloilul I'lihli'htiig Co ,
l'liilaiUllililn, I'll , Chicago, Ills , or St. LouW,
Mo.
I'll YH 101 ANH.
y;iI.I.IAM R. SMITH, M. D.
llKSinENCi: No' it Thirteenth utrrtt, l,.
:-rcra Washington stouip and W'slnnt ilreet
OFKICK: North side of Kl0!tli trwt ue.
lwen Commercial nml WsshlnKtonarenue
Q W. DUN NINO, M. D, '
HKSIDKSCK:
street.
lorner Ninth and Wslnnt
OKFIl'i:: Corner SIxlhstrwt and Ohio Irr.
OFKICK HOflts KromOa m. toUm , nod
from 'i to 8 p m
JR. W. DLAUW,
Gorman Physician.
OFKICK; llmler's block, (iip-talr), corner
Eighth street and W'n'lilnKloii s,enn.
I.AWVr.HH.
ssil WXiAJ X TO ill4lisjlV
Al.orncy at lifiu.
'4 a 1sw n Stfttin srsisri
OKFIC13: Ohio Ix-iee, over room formerly
occupied by First National Hank,
CAIItO. H.t.l.VOlH.
jyULKEY flc SON,
Attorney at Law:
OFFIC'lIi r.ighlh Strut, Mwrcn Commer-
riniami Hasmngton avenues,
nlin II MulLry
William C Mnfkey.
i
CAIItO, ILLINOIS
QREEN & OILBEItT,
Attorne.VK and Counselors
at lituv.
OFFICII Oliio I'Vir, rooms 7 and S over
City National lliuik,
William II OiTen, )
jyiillamll (illbeit, J CAIItO ll.T.INOH
Miles Frnt'k (illbeit J
iO..Si.riol ntti-ntlon ien to Aibnindty and
jtmnilsmt busliH-i.s.
mi.sci:i.i.am:u.s.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
Normal University.
NOTICE.
There w ill he an oimortiinll v for Slmtrnts In
enti r the I'lilier-ity, iniiniilliitely after the ln-l
iniiya, on
Moniliiy. .laiiiiury Itli, 1S7.1.
rI tilt ion Is rnr.K to ult ulin nn- n-nt bv Cniintr
Silrlnteiiilents, ."-iiienl-ors, .Inline, orhya
l.'i'in-eiiUliM- lii-triet To i-m h, on Inelilental
fM'of Two DnllarH Is elinrxiil i r term, accord
in In tliiiStatuie
To others tuition in the Nniinul I) i-nrtnieiit U
SjS.nnperti'nuj In the I'n i:imlnry UepMrtinviit
$11,011, mid in tlie 1'rlniaiy or .Model Du-att
liienl if-..i)
The Instruction N TliiiriiiiKli,
and cnibraccii Writing, Di-.im Inir. Slnjrin, tu.
I'tlienlrsnnil KliH titimi, Ih wlilltloii to all tho
Coliuuoli and IIIkIi M hool tiiiiii, nml IjiIiii
and lins'k, IliKher M.-illiematliK, ( hemi-try und
I 11 1 10-oini j .
liiMid iNunt i-iiii lie had 11 1 iva-onahlc price -:t
,vi to if.vi.j I . r wiek.
1 In- SiiriH.-" linn will 01-eii M11111I.1), Munll
l.-illi. K,Vi JAMI.'s ilOllAUrs. M l,
las-1-1, daw i-cciitarv.
OVIl
Illustrated Catalogues
roR 1875 07
EVERYTHINfi
ron the
GARDEN!
Seeds! Plants !
Vlmplcmcnts, Fertilizers, etc.
Kamherlng 173 paces snd containing fl vo
tnaiitfulc(ilonJilaltt, mailed on receipt
of to cents.
Catalogue, without plates, fret to all
35 Cortlandt St.,
HEW YORK.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealerlln
All klmU3 lnirtl and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATII, &C
Mill anil Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
unto Jjovoo.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionablo Barber
iiAin diiesseii,
Eionrrn street.
Between WnshlnBton and Commercial
Avenues.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AXD
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Between Washington and Commercial
Avenues, adjolntutT Haiiny's.
KEF.l'S fur sale Ihc let beef, 1'sik, JIutlon
Veal, tJiinli, huinuK", o and I pro
liawd to erve 1'umlllcs In an acceutsble insuuer
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
Wiloox'sj Bio o It,
Corner Poplar and Eleventh Streets.
SS-nighost Cash Prieo paid for
IIokb nod Cattle

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