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CJItOt KIUKM.
0 I) Arter J W Stewart
ARTER & STEWART.
(Succetiora to l Arter A tci )
GROCERS
AMI
Oommission Merchants
lio. 113 Commercial Avonuo,
cauio, ills.
YyiliLIAII n. BMITIt, M. D.
IinslDCXCK: N.)"7rri,irtsT,m sre;f,
ttvrtn Wiulilnfiloii inenur iiihI Walnut ttnet
niTtyi;: North l lo of Ulsjltth Mnet be-l-.Tfm
roiiunrrclnl ami W.lBKlon attnns
mm
c
1 "W. DUNNINO, M. D.
Bristol & StilweU,
FAMILY
GROCERS
Keep everything pertaining to
tho lino of Staple find Pnncy Oro
2orics, Woodcnwarc, Vegetables,
PruitB, &c, &c.
Boanless Kodfisch,
Irish, Sope,
Prest Korn'J Bcaf,
Grayam and Milk Krackorz,
Garden & Flour Seedz,
Stowdant, Ryand and aw! kinds
LAMP CHIMNEZ,
Wix & Burnerz,
Power Kalifornya Hunny,
HOPZ, TAX, WAX & SAUZ,
FLOWERING BULBS
On Sale.
A Horso for Sale.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
va 1111:1 v MOIti:.
New-York Store
WHOLESALE AND ItKTAIL.
Loi'gost
VARIETY STOCK
IN TIIE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St.
CAIRO
ami Commurcii.1 Av
. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
PAINT AM OILS.
B. F. PARKER,
Dialer In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
33ra.TTJ3IXI3l3.
vVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Always on liimil, tbu celclmitisl lllmnlimllni:
AUltOBt.l Olli.
Bi-ouh' rOxiiiclixsG.
Corner Eleventh Street and Wasliind.
ton Avenue
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
JT. O. IITT33XjS,
PROPBIETOK.
BINDER AND BLANK DOOK
MANUFACTURER.
Bulletin Dulldlnif, Corner Twelfth Street
nnd Washlntston Avenuo,
Otvii-o, Illixioisa.
rComtT uil Itiillroii'l Work n iHlltr'
ISA
VOL. 7.
mhi'oii nr.Ai.r.us-
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wliolraulc mil ltttad Driller In
Foreign and Domestic
LIQX3TOHS
AXtl
wim:s of Aiiii kixiik.
No. 60 Ohio Levoc,
CAIRO, ILLS.
TESlt 'MYTH A CO liate. anlly
1VI. n large aliwk of the )t icwl- " ;
Ut, uml glter'ial altiitlii t 1 1- iitmlt
raiicli of the buslnesi
Ntri'i.v iii:ir.
VALENTINE RESCH,
Steamboat, Ilotcl and Family
SUPPLY DEPOT
AM) PEALKK IX
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
POULTRY,
Finn, EggH, Northern Butter, &c.
Eighth Street,
Between Washington and Commercial
Avenues.
t3(iiwU ! 1 ,r'el fn of charge
iutwsnniv.fi.
SAM WILSON,
HEALUM IX
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, Sec.
No. 110
Olllo tiovoo.
iion:i.s.
ST. NICHOLAS
Hotel and Restaurant
No. 122
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
two locil iwrth of Hi'- Cin) and Vinoanuw
WJL WKTZEL. Proprietor.
A lltU-TY wateli kei't ruIit an.l Uay fur
x.v tniim ami pieiinuuuu
Tlic lt tr Mcoumm'iiUtloii for U-unl!tit
,inU at 'I'hu Doltuni 11 lUy.
iti:.
ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! ! I
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
VlioU'!e and Ittlail I)ultr la
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIKO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE:
At Hulen & Wilson's, Corner Twelfth St.
unu onio liOveD,
'TK will! run nn Ice whboii tliroujrlnmt Hi
hi-asuii, ilillterlMK l"in-' nkl' i''.ni
imrl of llu-rlly lit tin1
Inwi-t in irUil nrlof. uml
w ill iiii)iiinu-i
h imrlrifiiiSotiM'li-tlii'cilJ Willi
us t lliii
iiKe or car lojil. imckiil III onwiliml
or fiuiiu'lit to uuv illtum-i.
"The Best Thing in the West."
McKisoni Topska & Santa fa R. E.
IN KANSAS.
a, ooo.ooo A.OHBS
Of llicU-et t'rimiiif uml Agricultural I-amU In
Ameri. sltimliil in hiuI near tin- U-aiiunu
i nitimHiiiKl uml (iieat ArLansasi valley, the
Kunliaof tlie Weil, on
1 1 Years' Credit, with 7 tier cent. Inter.
est, anil pur UUlll. iiiatUUUb
for Improvements.
r a n r. u i: i' v s i r. i
To Ulli'liaCM of Iiinl.
B-i-rlrctilnM, with mail, Riilnefull Infornia-
tlon.K-ntlit-o. A.t.liiis, u ,.,..,-.
Actins IjtwX ConimlMloncr, Topi-ka, Kim
g i:ti i-i-w.iiu.
Till: MASON A: ilAMI.l.N
ORGAN COMPANY
YTIXN"i:it!i f tuivo lilslicst mtilaU mill ill
V iiloina of limior, at Vienna, Is.. I, anil
1'iirln, iisl7, now offer tlie llnest iuiiltllU'llt t
Ilie jft inliliut oiiwii In Ilie woilil, ini'lnillnt,'
lieu- style-s Willi lis tnt liiiiinMiutnt not nl
i-.iliiilttly forcasli, u foiineily, Iml Uu on
new iilans of insy i.iyini ills, Ilie most fuvoniMe
t-MT ollriiil. Dinan-. lelllcil Willi ili IK'Ke "I
iiiurliaM-, to nlinou uuy pint of tliv country.
Kim ui iiieiit ;i i)oi iiiwariU. , ,
llluslniitil riuiilnxiu'i ami i-livulari, Willi full
iarllciilais, win Iris on iiiiiumI ViJaivts
MASON & HAMLIN OftOAN CO.,
lloston. New York erClilrnso
CAIRO, .ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1875.
uilctin.
TERRIBLE TORNADO.
THE TOWN OF HOUSTOMI A, MISSOURI, IN
RUINS.
Set (-rnl Fnt'ilty Inim il.
.Sliim.t.t, Mo., J'cbrilary 23. About !J
o'clock this iiflt-rnnou :i terrible hurricane
ln-cl lhroii;rli tlic northwest part of
tliN county. ilctnolMilui? trees, hou-os
ami fVi-ryililn in Iti path. It entered
the county wet of l.umontc, uml pa-i-d
out 11011I1 of I.onjrwudd Inlo Saline
county. The tornado trurk llr)utnnlu,
:i little town on the Lexington brnncii 01 1
tliiheity.iiiiiici)inpli!lcly ruined all tlic
bu-hicst portion of th- place They di
patehed to lhi eity for liclp.imd a rxelnl
iralll coiiM'Viil wver.11 piijMeiain.aooui.
100 cUIaiii and your currurpnudviit to
tin: fceni) of llicdlii't(T. Arriving tlicie
about Miiiilowii. the physician were dl--
liibuictl ainoti'' tlic wouiMicti. .1111. .
II. Porter. c..het III of thl county, had
hi back diloi-ntcI and both Iers broken.
Ill' U prob.iblv dc.id In- tlii- time. Dr.
WIlllmiH wa'iiijiircd fiitcnially. ami will
proliablv die. Mr. Mi ( lure had cveral
rib" broken, but ma recover. Mr.
0'o.itc") hail her iollar f bone
lirokcu. ami w;i otncrwi-ci in
Jureil. Another lady, iiiiiicjiot ol-
tainoii. wn naniy nurt. wM rni omer
IMT-om wiv more or ie injiticii, out
not M-riou-lv. All Ihev injuries were In
llleliil by lalllnj.' building-. Kive burs-
were al-o Klllctl. I lie depot iiumim
was eoinpletelv deiuolMied. and fourteen
frehht cnri blown oil' tin- track from liny
to ninety janU. The p uh of the hurri
cane waViiboiit IN) yards uIiV-. and about
tweutv lioue wi-rc blown down and
eomiifetclv demoli'hed. A -i hool-hou-e
011 the hill had forty pupils in it, and was
ten leet ouMiic Hie p.itn 01 tne i-torui.
Ill'iif K'hool-hou-e. live inIM 'otitli-wc-t
of I.ainulc, wa blown down into
ruin, and the observatory of Captain
Ultriflm' new n-ldciice w:i? depo-lu-d
several humlretl yurth. from hi- houw.
Mr. Ilrown'- nMdctiee, four mil'-- north-
i-d't ol lli'iltoiiia. lift e.-Mp-d (li -tric--
tion. ili- oiitliiiilduii; were dotrovi'd.
ThU I-all the d.imaue wc have heard of
ou'-ldc of Iloii'toiila. The iiutiic- ot
prominent Ioer there are a' follow-.;
.ir. ont- Hotel, iiiiiiiii'il' ami eon-
tent!.; ! ret I. il-n. 1'o't-otllifbiuKliiur.
rueerie and dry kk1: W. A. Porter,
"roecry and drygoodi; MoydJcMeClun',
drv xootl und "rocerlen ; W. A.
Wllllanw, Mtddlery. There arc other
smaller hou-e-, shops etc.. In ruin-. It
had been r.iliiinnlfiwy. but only a few
dron fell diirinjr tin- "tortn. It wa a
terrible hlaek tornado and did its
work in Houtonlaln le?s than thirty h-c-oikN.
A REMARKABLE SWINDLE.
How a VomiK I'reut-litnnii Drew l'liottn
I rom a linnliliii; llou-ic
Vtw York Pun 1
A most tmluiie .winile U reported in
the F.ttHtmtnt as periietrated by a Paris
ian. Aouillu iiioiiiu since ilie nare
eorresfRmdent of u iarve lialikinu' lioli-c
in Paris receivnl the tollowlii letter from
the head of his linn :
r.ons. Jail. . J ".
DkaiiSiii: I w rite to warn you that
the son of our prun-lpal ca'hier ha- ill
appiir-il with .'i.0.Jifmuc-In bills
drawn upon you by us. He will proba-
hlv prei ut in. in in navre snoriiy uiu-r
tlfe receipt ol Ihl- adlceby you. Uf
eour-e you will rdu-e payun-nt. A- hi-.
lather i a very oiu ami taiucu servam,
we liae cniel'llded not tocatl-e liiui the
tli-raee and niortilleallon of knowing
that his son I-n iciou. i on w in ua-ie-fore
allow the scoundrel to p., five. It
vou cm manage to get ridol lilmiiy x-nu-
Iiil' bini to America, advance him two or
three hn-idred loui-. and let him and
haiiLMiim-ell. ('oiitldentially, .
The dav alter the reeelpt ot till- letter
bv the Havre house, a youiiinan ol Hue
aildrc iireseuteil hlm-cll and attempted
to ne-'otl.ltc the -loli II bill-. Ilie Ictttr
-Ili'WU hull, and he tell on hi- Mice;
in a llood ol repentant lenr. He e.iire.
ed a willmuiie-s to come to Aiiutici, and
iU) loui- til, .'Vi) were uImii him with
manj imiiiIdii- to reform.
The voiuijr man siuicii tor -ev ion;
ne.t day. and the day alter the Havre
liou.-o received all all-Wer to It- letter of
advice detailui'' the facts. No bill- had
been -tuli-n liom the Pari- lioii-e. Ilie let
ter originally -cut w.i- a 1'orgcrv. and the
principal ea-liler lias no son. 'l'he police
of New York were uotllied to look for
this remarkable swindler, hut no ll'ht
lias yet been thrown on his movements
hi tlii- country.
Ollllttllt't Dlllll.
Omaha U happy, 'l'he town has a clil-
zen who i- a scion of a Hungarian rojal
hott-e. His name I- George S.iruiay,
ami his rank, a Count. There U a r -
imiuue ol an unsavory sort, however, con
nected with Ills hl-toi-y. About live
month- ago ho come to Omaha, a money
less man. In the pietuiv-'iue vernacular
of the prairie, the Count win "hard up
and "-trapped." He obtained a po-itlou
as IMiw usher In an Omaha hotel at six
teen dollars a mouth. Mime ho was
. I . , , iiiiir'iir.nl In. l-ix-.'lv ffl II llllV llt'l.rilill
eontalnrnir tlie liucst clothinjr and hoii-c-
hold articles lieai lnj.' the coal-oi-ailiis ol i
Id- Iiiinilv. This lead to the discovery of j
the triio character of tlie man. I
lie eoiil'e-seil his identity and told his
.storv. lie had been chamberlain to tlm
Kmperor of Au-tria, but having been
deeply ln-ulteil at court by an oilker.aud .
his wile tlyiii";, he withdrew eciety
from tlie country, and came to America
to escape Irom the indignity that had (
bei'iiea-t upon him. to ihown his jri'lef i
mid to make a fortune ami a name hi the 1
pew world. To substantiate hi- state
ments, lie -bowed letters of Hie highest
recoinineiiil.tlion from the Con-ul at New 1
York, and aUo a dl-pateli received from,
the Kiuporor of Austria, stutliur that lie
witsat llijeitv at any lime to return to his
country. He has relinquished his menial
occupation, hut does not propo-e to re
turn to r.urope, where he lias a brother
receiving an Iiieonio of $1 10,U00 from
landed properly, but to remain In Amer
ica. I laving o'uee withdrawn from his
countrv. an.l renounced the p.itroiingeof
a royuf hand anil nobility generally, he
lias made up his mind never to betray a
weakness by returning m.tl again bend
ing the knee to royalty. He will ie
unilii hi Omaha till about the li.'ith, when
ho is going lo St. I. mils, and Irom lliero
to New Orleans, with a view of practic
ing medicine hi tho Cre.-eeut City, hl.-td-'
ucatioii llttlug him for the profession,
the Count is plucky enough, and de-erves
to succeed, He will M iJmJ matrimony
nt.iUdimcult.
Horry lie Wnin't Thrrc.
1 have leferrcd In my booktotliat Cor
onorofour.s who seized an KxyptLni
inttiiiiiiy tliut was brought Into town,
Miuuiioncil a Jurv. held un Inquest on the
mummy, brought In a verdict of "Heath
imm i-miwi-4 unknown." ami charred tlic
county with the usual fee. with compound
hitcn ft from the time of Mow. Well,
that ('oronnr Is --till iuolllcv, ami In- is
enthitiailc ahont hU profession. I.at
Sunil.iv night ho win at church. The
minister ptvnoheil a very solemn sermon
upon Noah's Hood, and after It w over
I nu t the Coronorlu thenlsU', and tnld
to him. , .
'Very liiipre-.lvcillscoursf, Mr. heel-.
er, wa-n'l It.'"' ... '
"Hviiutlful, Mr. lieaiitUul!" replied
i Wlfcf Icr. "And yet lt'stemi-il to be kin-
1 dor mournful, too."
.... . 1. t. .11.1.... -
I "iimecuj twiy. 1 uiuu mnw ... in
tlllttWllV. It hOleinn.OIeoiir.c; UtU
ill the 1
,,.:trt f,f cvcrvtrulv ood man with eluer-
Ol1.Ikuow11llth.lt." mild Wheeler.
"but didn't he cay that there were evcral
million people drowned in that Hood''
"I IxOleve he did."
"Well. then. I kiv that when I think of
all dial mortality, ami temember that I
wa-n'l Coronor'theii. and ain't likely to
be when there's atioi li-r Mich a frehVt. it
make tnc itk. Then- ain't siothim;
cheerful about Mich rellcelloiH. 1 leel'
if I hadn't been treated riht; If I'd
been robbed." Max .Ui'Ur,
liici-n iHiikeltit 11I ltie-w I'urln Opera
Moll-.!'
IConeilxiinltnt of I'lulj'lr-lpln.i l'n c
The houc wa crowded with the very
rrtmt iU In cr'in' of l'ari-iau t-ociety.
Qia-i-ii Isilx'lla. of Spain, and her daugh
ter. Ilie CoilUtc-H tilleutl. occupied one
of the pro-4-eiiiuui Iiom-w. Her Majesty
ha 11 tiite for very li;;ht eolor and
youthful ."tylc-t in dr.-s which, cou-itler-1nr
that -lii' U rrowliiff old and U lm
melley tout. hovvs that she doe not
pay imieh attention to tin-time. ot .iiiii;
generally. She had 011 on thi- occasion a
(Irt cs of pale blue silk trimmed with
white lap.', and wore an aigrette of dln
mouiN In her h dr. The Cotintci.1 (ilr'-
entl was in white puti.I tulle Willi a scar
let irf lalirtniiMVerely eros tlie huH
and fiiU.'ii-d on the shoulder with a scar
ft'trotte. Sheh.nl una superb neek-
lmr couipie-odof lie rows of lare pure
iM-arl. which fell ncirlv to herwaUt
fi-i... 1 . . t ... .1.1.. 1...- 1 ........
lie Miiiu i linn hj ni i n.wti 1 1 141 1 li
ma I- liit.ami a-, eros-lookin 11 uueen
NiIh'Hh I "ood-natiintl lookimr. lEumor
whlper that she i)ii-.e'.e a perfectly
diabolical Iciii)ht. ami tltat 'lie actually
worri'-il the tiuiorttinatc t ouni tiir''enii
Into eouiniittiiisiiiclde. Quit-n Isabella.
onthecontrary.il. uiilverall credited
with jrreat geniality ol dl'-podtiou and
klndnei of heart.
A IV u AVorils To I'rehle Allll IXIIe.ili
Women.
My It. V. PIKUCE, M. 1).. or
Woiil.P.s' Drel'hXs.inv, Mullalo, N". Y
the
K owln tint ou sre mbj et lonrcat
niuuunt n sullerlrg, that ilclicu'V on ur
pirt h is a stiiniu' to de cj t prolun.', aid
the loiif r it i iicic-'e ted the m re ) on li.ive
to enilure and the more IHictll- ot eu e
yo .r ca-e brcom I, sa physician, wli
I d lly co i soiled by seo i t jour si,
d-isiri) to s.iy to you, hat 1 nm "con t mil
in et.lu with ilifm wlioliatc lieeii tr atcd
..r ttui llnicut- tor ucutli- without belie
beuetltlcd In tlic lei t.tuilll ttii-v have, tie
v in- p' rfi e y d s(- ur 'i d nd r.ave m
mo.t i. adi- up Hielr minds never to t ike
another lo-c! ! nc die nr. unr be tortur-d
ly any inrtlier tru iiiuui, iiic li -il
rather do and li ivo ihelr niillirbii's ciiil
e.i tliao to live acd suQcr a- fi y hae.
They uy tin y aro itoin -Ut by -ulT rinr
aod nr. only made W Te by tn-a m lit.
Olaltttll' III TO ileol ll'.'i1 (.'. e c r-
t.u It e mint coin- te aiiiw.ru tlieie no
iiiiip- siici nil mode it t -ot' ! mi a ol
ll' iillie Ihan til il, '11- pi cipl- "f w (eli
t aiiiihe reihic'lityiui td. (il Vai ntn-1 i' i
fur i tlm -i -tiin, when tnc lmlieitiu-.s
idcinte a tro tmeiit Iree lv the r vers the
one adopt d f r 'Hem, Micfrea-isw nld ' e
dep oralilo indeed, lill latlj -utle c-p.
tlifre i- a a belter and f ir moro mccjfui
pli 'ol t i a'.inent lor you : one m .re in
iiarui'iiiy with the laws :t d rco,uroniPiit
f tour -ys'.fiii, V harsli Irrb iiln ni t c
tr atuieiri d trom; ini'iliirlne" tv II net. r
cure on. II you would il'i- ruio' .'iltiean
UCU s e. 11111.01. -sell e flioul .ttit:i i' to
etcrv 111 elllirint holy, take -mh incd'chio
a- euib" y Ihti-tcry de-i loilirntitttnc, toiuc.
i.d me vines, conn) umIcI wiih pi'ti 1
re o encc t'. join st-tcm, fctuh a happy
io nun. moil ) ' u wot ml In my Pit rue
Pr-'tr p ! n W'ldiii lits r.'cived Me ! d -l
lea -e t'ointh ua-'d-"t 'Ojr iiioe
l.m id tir -nn sen atlnns. c u-ui'.' o i to
fi- I -eirv lv ante to he oil "iir leet 'T
is.-, n I a 11 glu ol Malrs; lief tii t'i-"a' ilrala
'li-tU appnu Irnm voiir -y. ems all olr
lm rly il.i-tl Ity. ami ip ft In.' tlie bl oin
trm v our cheeks; hateoiitiim d-iriln upon
your ilal lore s Hint ron lers ton rrilali.o
ilid 'r.tlul, may ad bo oerconii' ltd ub.
dueifhy u piir-overing u-e nf'thit nitrtnl.
oil- r mod). Irregularhie. ami ol'lrue-tion-
to tho proper workings ot ymr s-
iiin s ore rIle cl by thl-inlll ami -oo
nii'iuis, while perlnilienl p iln, the ei-telii'u
ot which I-a sure lmlleati 'ii ot serious
dcs'ii-u that slioiilil not bo li'jle led,
P'sdlly jii ld to II, and II Its u-c i kejit up
lor a r a-ouulil lenu'li of time die special
ciiu-o of ths.o is permanentlf rem 'ted.
KiipIioi llulit on tlicsj ndijei-l" lui) be
nbt lined from my pamphlet 'Hi dlseiie
pteiili ir to your sex. kent on ro'cl t ol tw o
-t.smps My I'avotlto Proscription H ,,0,,l
bt drii.,'sH s. 1-2.1 lw.
ih:ai. r.-jTATi: Aii:.vr.
JOHN a. HARMAN &
Real Estate
CO.
HOUSE A-G-EILTTS
COLLECTORS,
CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Aitonta of tho Illinpla Central and
DurllnKton nml aulucy It. It.
Companies,
North Cov. Sixth nnd Ohio Lovco,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
Sheviff'0 Sale,
Bv i blue of an Lucullon lo inc ilhwleil by
ibc Ucik of Hie tlrcult Lourt of .Vlcxainb-r
t'oiiiilv, In the 'line or Illinois. In l-ivni-or Al
fits I If. Miirurd, as.i?meol t-aniU-r It Irvlu
iiiidnsalii.i.lolinll lli'iwn, I hive levied up
on Ilie follow His ile-i'lll'i 'l Pl"l;le. bl 111"
lli'iinty or.Mccaiiilcriiii'l fl-l'-e ol luhitilj. to-wit-
All therlittll ,lllli'illldliilciet ol s.ilil .lolin
II Ilrown ill uml to Ilie N.-lttiwe-.t (illtller of
the -.oiiilitM-tiiiii:i-riil viw llilil.t-oui- (),
la I'owiHlilpllliiin (l-'O Miulh, and In IMiuo
one (l) tve.t of Ilie third I' M ,nlo blocks iniin
bcicd or.e (I), two ). Ibuv (.1). lour (I) live
(.11, sl (in ,Mt eu li) mid elslH (") In Ilie town ol
Unlit- In wld county mid Male. n l ie inopeiiy
ofsiiM.lfilm II brown, which I sliill olicriit
Public. Sale al Ilie soiitli-wct door ot Iliu ijniirl
Hniuf, In the. I lly nf Uiiio, ill Uu- t-ounty of
.leunili-r anil Stale ol Illinois on Ilie lourlli
(lib) ilav of Mai cli i A. Ii.ls.fl, at Ilie hour ol
elct en o'clock. A. .M.i lei; '!'' .""''".'V 'M
Lvccutloii AI.I.X II lltNI.S,
MlierllTof AlcMuiili-r t ouuty, lllluoU.
Cilm. UU.. FttJiuary ttti, l575.
ti-j-u-watr.
The British Quarterly Roviows.
KDINItttltn ltKVinW Wlila.
LONDON tilMnil.KI.Y HBVIKW-CVm.
xorvat.ve.
wr.-i I MIN'STIMi HKVIKW MImt.iI.
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AM)
BLACKWOOD'S
EDINBURG MAGAZINE,
It (irlu'.ed by t o
t.KONAlin KCOTT I'L'llI-lstMNa CO.
4 Kitltnn Street, Ntw York,
My urranpruvtit With tlm I'uWIMi
era wtio receive a liber. I I'umpeiii.illua.
Tliee perbubciN eoallttlto a Womlcrlul
inlt:cl any of m h iiunt, ri'-flartiiaml
erltlciiin. Too vrumii uln'l Hiiropeati tn.ok
w- rin re.MjwuiL' round litre, alcl tli v
.,. . ,.H,nnv ..,,,. n, .'. ....,,, ,;,
,,,i.rlv nrll I wrlltni l.v m. i. ul.n l..v..
,. at ktiowl d? 0! ttie'mnlter trrtinl.
'I I... A ...itrl M. lli.l.ll.h. II...
l.v ..ii.ui. Mil . uirn-iiris mr it '-,ii;iii 111
tt lllslont rend f hi this c nuitrya liheral
siipportorth It prints wnlch liey Ii.it e so
lnn and s ) cheiply lurnlstie , feelli g sure
that no ex; u dllurrt tt,r literary niattfr will
jleld so rl h a ii turn a- that reipnnd lor n
subscription to the e the le idlog Period!
eils ol Oreat llr'tiln.
TKUMS OK SUIiaCltlPTION.
For any one re. Iw, $ I no per nununi.
or any two It'Vl-ws. T 00 -'
l-'ur any three Ke lews, 10 O) "
Pur all'iour Itcvietv, 1-Jcu "
I 'or 111 ckniHid't Muffci-
zinc, J CO "
l'or Illa -kwooJ mid one
liovlew. 7 CO "
l'or lllnektvnod ami two
It lews, 10 GO "
l'o lilarkwood and tlireo
ltctlets, 12(0 "
Kor lil.iekwood nnd the
lour Itrv os. 1MJ
Po- igc two cents a number, t be prt
pa -' .iy .la- ipi itt rat tlie ollk-e otdclhery.
CI.L'I!S.
A d s-o .n of two .ly p t cent, will tic al
low d to . lulu ot fou or iii-ire pe son:
i'hli-: f ur c"pli of 111 i-kto-j I or ot one
It P-v wli be .oiit 10 0"0 nildre lor
dt'Jsa. to r eopl"t f ihe lulir Itetlcws and
III kw.i. d lor i?l8. an soon.
Telu!it f one or mure, m ad llllnn to
the slot e l-eu:i'. n r qiy tratls vt HI liu
.Mowed to the g' ttcr up "I the club.
I'ltl.Mlt'M.-.
New npf-rl'irrs (appi)lm; early) lorihc
y a- is,-) m
nyli.-t-e, wiihout eliarye, the
r he iii't quam r of 1S-7I ot stub
iiunili r t'-r lie a-t quarn
1-r.oill alsa.th y silicon c lor.
ur liisp-nl, mw MP'S lber to any two,
thr c, or four nl the ah peri itlicils, may
have on. of too ur ltetltv.' lor Is I;
'iihseribsrs t. nil live may hive two of thu
Koiir Itetiew-' lor li74.
X ither premlmiK to subscribers no' dis
count o clllti- ct bo nll'iweil imluss the
in -Hey in r. inilti'd din el lo the pllullshcis.
No piviniliin L-Iten t-i clubs.
t 'iretil.irs wlib further particular tu iy be
had on ippllui Ion.
nn: ix'u.sAiti) seo it Pi.'iu.wo co,
10 l uiionsirect, .ev lors.
''.I complete I'lelorlnl History of the
'I line" "Tlie li"t. t-hf opt-xt. mill
ino-l su. c-tiil l'aiuilj- I'oper
In the I'liloii."'
HARPErVSWEEKLY.
ii.i.fsittAi'i;i.
koticks or utr. rurss.
Th Weekly U the all e-t and in -st pow
trim Illustrated peri dico published i
ties eou itry. Its editorit s r sein-li'ly
ami conv net ir. and carry miieli tv I b .
Ilslllustra.lori-olciirr.il' ctenl- .e lull
mi l Ires , a. il a'o prepared by tirbesttlu
sik'neis. Vit i a circulation I.'h,i.i Hit
Weekly is -cnl a lH.ily naif a tnbllMi
peron, an Its Intlut'iiro a nn o u u of
opinion is siinply treuiend'ii. The We k
ly ni.tiut:it s .t po-l ive t oo on, m d ux-pres-es-'o
tied vicif-on point .d and so
ci.il prohl in-.-L nu- 111 J'iiitlcr..Iour. a:.
It- a tick- ,ru mod is of rdgletflileil !i.
cim on, nnd it iiietoriid iPustratlo an)
often con otior itlvo ariiuiiu-n s uf u. -nidi
foie.-.- N. Y. Kx-jiulncran I ChrotiieU'
lt papers upon uxU cut fpii st ons '.i.d its
inlinitudu car oons help to moiilil the s i
tlment- ol the country Pittsburg Coin
mere al.
TK MS-
Posing frco to su'i-i-rli'eri in the United
Sla ch.
Harper's Wsekly, on ycr f I 03
l-'oiir ddlars 1 clu lo prepayment of!'.
S. po-iio e by he pub 1- rs
rMib-erlp f lis l' Harper'- llupazlno,
' e. kit, a d i nai, to no :ul Ires- lor ee
jenf, ?I0 no; nr. w-i o Harper's Perlodi
eals, to o u nildr.s.s mr oiu year, y ;
po nL'o tree.
An i Xtrn ei py of he Mngazi e. W.ukly,
or Ita.ar will o siippl e l unit s for e- cry
club ol live Mih.i r hers at t if) e ell, ill
one rem mice; or, six co os tor $io UO,
wltjoiuex ra copy postage tree.
Ilaekmunb- scan esitpp icd atnny time.
The anmial vo'iiiiius ol Harpers. Weekly,
in net i-lo h binding, will c sc t by ex
press, r e o expese ior f7 d each. A
coliiplct ct. coui ri iu.' clgliteti - lumes,
teuton ITcclpt ot cash ut ' lio r to ot ?."i V.'i
per volume, frclg t at the oxpeii o o. the
jiuri"iH"er.
JUTNi-wspiiii r.s are not to c -py this ad
terll-cinent Willi nit the express oidets ot
Harper .v lii-otber-.
AdJres HAKl'i:i: .t HliOTIIKKS. N. Y.
'A Hepo'illory of I'ltsbloii. l'leiisiuo,
nml Instrticlloii."
HARPErVS-BAZAR,
ii.i.t ,MiiAri:i.
koticks or i in: 1'itEss,
Tho llaz-irls udlted with a coiitilbiition
oft ic and tuleiil that we seldom lliul Iniiiiy
lourna ; uml ihe journal Itsell Is Hie or u
oltlioKreal wurlduf Uslilon. Host mTiav
cb r.
The llszt" conmiendit tiell to every mem-
lier "f tho li'iiikohiild to tlm cliililr u by
droll and pret pie urcs, lo tuu yutuiK 'a-(lie-
bv 'ts tasli o i plates 111 eniilcjs var ety,
to the'i iMt blent nut mi by Us pa ttr 8 fir
the c dl Ten's ii t e, to paterlmallliu by
its t;i ul nl dol is fur cuibioidered sllpper
an i I Miliimi d e s.iiK futnf, Hut tlie
leading niutte. of ih iaar isiu-lforii l.v ot
gri at excelliiiiee. Tho paper h h acqulrod
a wlilo popul r-lvforlli lii-eslilucnjoyinciit
It atlords N. Yl EtcnhiK l'o't.
i'lHTlf' :
Harper's Uazar. one yoJr....?l 0.)
Four doll ir .iidildes irep imiich'. of V.
S. posiagu by tho publishers.
rslibscslplloi to liar er's MaKiuilie,
Weekly, mid Jluar. to ono address for onu
viur, V 0 HO; or iwo of Harp i' Perlodi
iuls. t i one udJiess for mm yea , 7 00;
pospiijo tree.
All exl-a cojiy of cilh r tlie.M'K zlue,
Wcrklv, or lla.ir will nu suplieii mails
fir every dub or live mbseriln i al $1 bO
each, In one r-'iul tJiice ; or, six cnplc for
$ti oi without eiiitc -py ; po.iairiitreo,
Hack iiiiinlicrs can bo supplied ut any
lime.
I he seven tolunifs of II irpci'- Ua.jr, for
the tears I OS, 'llil, '70, 71. '72, '7H, '71, tie
trnntly bound in Krecn morocco cloth, will
bo so t by ep os, tr I jtit repaid, f r
.?7 00 cihpi '
Eir.S'etvspnpers nro not to cony this ad
' v.riltn'ient wi lioutihe exprcx ur-era of
Jtnrpet.. 1 utliti's .
Addre HAltl'Jai.t IlIlOTHEUi', N. Y,
NO. 58.
-ommijm.iow
.iii:iiviia.vis.
C. CLOSE,
-(ifimti
Commission Merchant
AND DC.U.RII l?l
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
nAIH, &e.,
Untlor City National Bank.
'I WIM, sitl In cnr-liml lots ut lainufucturrrt'
a.
ITU-?, adilliiK Frtlilil
WOOD
RITTENHOUSE
AND ERO.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
Commission Merchants
No. 138,
OHIO LEVEE. .
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AND SON",
IsurtfttoM to John II I'lilllS)
FORWARDING
AUlt
Commission Merchants
And Dcilors in
HAY, ORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Ageati fcr LArLIIT UtAirD rOWDEIt COt
Corner Tenth Strool and Ohio
Loou.
'. I) Mnlliiis.
i: c. nil.
MATEUSS &, UHL,
FORWARDING
Ami IJtiicral
Commission Merchants
Dealer in
FLOUR, GRAIN, II AY AND
PRODUCE,
CJ-1 Oliio Xiovoo.
K. J Ayn.
S I). Ayrcv
AYRES & CO.,
3?X)OTJIl.
And Kcnriut
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
AViioi.i:s.i.i: (mot i:ns.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
And
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Lovco.
It A Thonn
L I) Tlioms
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Succcsjors to It II Hulrn,)
Commission Merchants
33371 ell-emirs
And itoilcrs In
STAPLE AND FA HCY
GROCERIES,
Forolun and Domuatlo Fruits and Nuta
184 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dealer in
BOAT STORES,
Commission Merchant,
No. 70 OHIO LEVEE.
QI'lTIAL attention given to consignment! and
kJ tlllluz orders.
AGENTS WAN TED
Px'o. Fowlor'3 Groat Work
OS
MANnOOD, WOMANHOOD,
AX1
TIIKIR MUTUAL IN TER-IUiL ATI0N8
hotel Iti Ittvs, PotviM, Ac,
A OUSTS are felling nnni 15 to SI copies a
XA. ilny. Si-nit for specliiun paves and Utiiij
to wilt, ami iti why it sells fatcr than uny
dtber book. Aibbess National Publishing Co ,
l'lillniliilpliU, l'a., Uilutgo, Ills., or iit. LoiUi,
M.0,
Corner Ninth and Wnlnut
trts;tJ,.
Ol'KICK: Curner yi.tth street bihI Ohio lr.
OKFICK ItOUKS: FromOum. tollm . aail
."roin 1 lo s p m
JR. W. niiATJW,
German Physician,
Ot'FRi:. llmkr's liis, k, tup-italrs), corner
KiKlilli slrwt anil Wanliiiiton uicnuc
i.Awvr.its. "
Allorucy nl Luw.
OFFICE: Ohio Ivce, orr room formtily
occupied by Firit National llank,
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
QREEN
& aiiJiEnT,
AltorncjK nml CouimoIorN
at Iw.tr.
OFFICK: Ohio Lrm-, room 7 anil 8 over
LlIy.Noll.mttl Hank,
U'llllam It Clrmi, )
JVIIIIani 11 (Illls-Tt. J CAinO ILLINOIS.
Jlllt Frtil'k (llllwrt )
tCr-SlKtl-il attention given to Ailmlnltj' and
?lmiulwulliuslnri.
iisti-.i,i..M:t)t is.
OVil
Illustrated Catalogues
fou 1QJQ or
EVERYTHING
FOR TI1F.
GARDEN!
f Seeds! Plants !
Implements, Fertilizers, etc.
Numbering 175p.".Gs and containing fle
txauUfulcotortdptatf, mailed on receipt
of Mccnts.
Cat&logno, without plates, free to all.
85 Cortlandb St.,
NEW YORK.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Ptalerlln
Alt klmU. hard and ton,)
FLOODING, S.DIG, LATH, &c
Mill nnd Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fovrth Street and
Ohio Levee.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionable Barber
EIOnTfl STREET.
Between Washington and Commercial
Avenues,
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AMI
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Between WrtshltiKton unit Commercial
Avonuea, adjoining Ilonny'a.
KELPS for rale tlie tot lt.tr. I'mt, Mutton
Vrnt, lainili. .-iilini!-, Ac . anil Is pie
pared to it rte limilliis 111 uu unci table manner
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PAGKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
VtT ilco ac'ra 33 loo lc,
Corner Poplar and Eleventh Stroeta.
CtTJ-ITtghcst Cash Prico prtid for
Hogs nnd Cattle.
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
To nil lilt. IIASK's Itl.CII'KS! Or, IN
FORMATION FOR LVLinilunV, hi itery
county in llio I'nilrd Mates iini. t nnaja. hu
laiK'tlby tliu l'ublisber lo CIS ;iif;ea It fin
talus our".U00 hmiecbold iccl u, and is tinted
to all rlas.cd uml condition of society A
wonderful book mid a huiucliold inn's.liy II
nils at slRlit. (irealest iiiiliii-ciucnts etcr ol-tt-leil
to liook aKviit.t. snniiilt- toiiles rent by
mail, post piili I, Mr J lAclu.itr ttmtory
glteu. Agents inoir tlian ibuilile Ibrlr money
Aililress, Flit. tllASK'? STEAM I'ltl.VIIMi
MOUSi:. ANN AltllOi: M1LII 7l-ll--t-t Jin
Tow-Boat For Sale
THE SulMcrlU-r otTers for sale the Steam
'I'otvhiK Mi-in-WlusI Hunt, Ue lUminltt,
with eiiKtni'S. liiachliicry, tackles, jpimicl and
furniture as she now lies itt Calio, Ills- ,
Her length U Hi! lift, her bivaipli -.'I feet, bcr
lcplbA reel ami ine-.iMin-s iffs ton. she has a
iMillera -Jl lirt long uml 30 Inches dlaiiulrr, 8 high
pressure engines Willi cylinders US Inches in
liiinuter uml 0 feet HoW'l -J Itisl I'liinpa hln
rhtBiiiillaiueter uml 17 Inches sliuLe and all
uioilciii libprovciiients.und xt hi ettry resptct
stuuiicti, ita worth v, and In K'd eomlltlou for
iiavlgatloi.. For terms apply to.
8. 8. TAYI.OH.
Cauio, Illd. , November 3, ls.74. !ift-U-v-tf,
laurHilosir IUM1
S4iul. I'm ts.., wllh I'rle. U.t, imU4 lf ftjtr ...u I
IIHUI l.bS.lk VIUJM.I IbtfM. r. l.vlnll
Nuauaanruuvu., ijt BrsMny, .tw Tis.
lli:.SIl)E.NCK:

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