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J. W Htewnrt
ARTER & STEWART.
(finccemora lo I) After A Co )
No. 113 Commercial Avenue,
Bristol & Stilwell,
Kcop overything pertaining to
ho lino of Stnnlo untl Finov tiro-
toriofl, Woodonwaro, Vegetables,
ruita, &c., &c.
Prest Korn'J Beaf,
Grayam and Milk Krackerz,
harden & Flour Seedz,
itowdant. Rnand nnri awl Unrk
ower Kalifornya Hunny,
10PZ, TAX, WAX & SAUZ,
A Horso for Sals.
To. 32 EIGHT STREET
v.vitiin v snmi:.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN TIIE CITY.
Goods Sold Very CJoso.
Corner loth St. and Commercial Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
I'.VINT AMI OILS.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Always on hand, the celebrated Illuminating
Bvoisib' 33ui.lXcl.ixi ,
Corner Elevanth Street and Washinir
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
T. O. IITJJ3XjS,
HINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Bulldinir, Corner TwoHth Street
and Washington Avenue,
fi!" County nnd lUtlrtmd Work- rt siaciultr.
C O After
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale ami ItcUill Dealer In
Foreign and Domestic
WINKS OF AIM KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
MK-iSltr. SMYTH A CO have nntly
n Urge Mock of the bent kotI' 111 mar
Vet, iind elvc r-peclal attention toll'" "ulnl
ranch of tlie bualiicii.
Steamboat, Hotel and Family
AND pl.ALEII IM
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Fish, Eggs, Northern Butter, &c.
Betweon Washington and Commercial
EJ-Cood d'l vend free of charge.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
- - "
Hotel and Restaurant
Two door north of the Cairo ami Vlno-niies
WM. WETZEL, Proprietor.
ATltCs-TY watch krpt night atul day for
train nod ttiuiuboata.
TJie lest of uecommodationa for transient
guo-t at 1 wo IolLin per day.
ICE! ICE!! ICEHI
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Wholesale and ltctail Dealers In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIKO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE :
At Uulou & Wilson's, Corner Twelfth St.
una unto iovee.
WK will run an Ice wagon throughout the
siei,n. delivering iitnv lake Ire in iiny
part of the city at the lowest market price, and
will also furnl-h our l'rii'in!.i oui-Mc the city with
cebythe cuke or car load, packed in sawdust
or ohli'iiunt to uuy distance.
"The Best Thing in the West."
Atchison, Topsta & Santa Fes E. I
JLm u9l. kt x s
Of the best Karmniguiid Agricultural ImvU In
America, i-ltuatcd In and iimr the beautiful
f .,t.n,.-...il nml lireut Ark:in4iL!i lalluvri. the
Kaideuof the. West, on
11 Years' Ciedlt, with 7 per cent. Inter
est, and 20 per cent. Discount
r a n r. it i: r ir n ii i: n
To purchaser of Land.
E3Umilar, with map, kIvIiik flill Infoima
tlon, Mnt fit. AUdresa .-....
Actliia Land ConiniUflonrr, Toiwks, Kan
dim. 187 l'7-w3m.
TIIE MASON cv JlAMI.IN
W1NNKUS of tlneo hlKhet meilal and di
ploma of honor, at Vienna, IS7.I, and
l'ail, 1J7, now oiler the llnest auitimnt ot
tiuiM.4r iiiniiii't nfL-ntiii lo iliu uiirlil. iiicluillnir
new nljle with lecent Improvement not only
eielulely t'urcuah, ad foimerly, hut alio on
new plana of cany paymeuta, the mot favondde
ever olleied Oriniu leuled with prlvlleue ot
pmch:i-.e, to nlmoat any part of thu country.
V'li'at pa meut tl) !l or upward.
Illustrated cakdoKiuu and claulais, wllhfull
particular, sent 1'iec on icqueat, Adilies
MASON & HAMLIN OROAN CO.,
Bolton, New Yotk or CldcuKO
Offico, 33-j.Uot!ja. DviUAlnrx. Carnor XvrolfUa. Ctrot otM.5.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1875.
Tin- Mat cli-Mnlilm: l it Medium, nml
a llioken Idenl.
SK-clnlCor ofthf Xew York Trlhilne J
Tlii! einiilia'W Ivcit Ity 'I'lujodorc Til
ton to lil tloctrltii,' of wtul-lovu will caiifo
ft'Vi'ml of tin' liiiblttie? of ono
of otir literary chiln to retiicmljer lliu
xtjol lEk'liunl tiouviTiiIcr, a ucaltliy
youn' Sew orkiT, who wn. urmlimtcd
at llanunl llitvc yuan ko. I le rttnml
to Now York with alniot n nriiilu for a
troiioiiiytniiil out ofliiiliniMcii'ewcnltlilic
tiropoHiI (:oiirtriictlu atrrcat tcleKjoix;.
lint In.' wat u cynic; and Mlmlnic In IiIh
bltliTiiw.'i of fplrlt and morbid ciisltlve
nesof tat-i that It U always io"llilc lor
a man to Im clio.iliil In the purity of any
woman whom hi1 tnav marry, ho choo
for hlni'flf a llfi: of wflhacy unit of ilcvo
tlon to M.-Ii'ticf. Still lie had at heart an
Ideal woman whom no fate could ever
iti to fall, and ho worshipped llor afar
oil', In iioi tlciil ah'triietlon. He loved a
Mini w III" Ii had never heen clothed with
heautifiil. approaehahle llwh.
One day, (iotnernlcr, for relaxation,
dropped Into the sanctum of "Dr." Lom
bard, the cplrituallH medium, on Broad
way, and mw thu manifestations of mhlu
tlppli). aecordeou plavliij:. bell rhiIur,
chair whirling, hand-jiliakiii'', and auto
inatle writing. He waa little puxled
htuiue he could explain, without Ix'Ini;
able ahiolutely t') detect the cheat". In
lieed, he had a notion that he, aseientillc,
had no bu-lnoi.s to declare the linpo-ture
heforo he had actually 'ceil or It-It thu
mechanical "inllueiiee'' which were slid
to Im; plritll.'d. A few nljdit allerward
huiialu l-ited Lombard, who wai in
"'ood inedlunil'dle condlltou." The
room wa examined, the black mtt-lln
frame wa-huii', the ;;hN were turnid
down, and Uouveniicr joined haniU with
the medluiii. I're-ently there rauiu tit-mtiltnou-
ratiplii-is, :ie'oinpanled by feel
i i ijr-i of piiUflr-s liiiinh on tiouvvriuerN
limbs and face; and then there ro-o from
behind the inii-Illi -creen a bulb of luiul-tio-lty
that mxiii Miread Into an appear
ance 'ol the face ofa I' rench lady m e.
fjuUllely beautiful that he lot liU m-iimj
of horror in liN sen'e of admiration,
'rrcmuloii'ly ho a.-ked her name, and lie
heard clo-e to his ear, In a s-ejiulchral
wIiIkt. Helena, your soul' trultle!"
(iouveniler carried front the .keauco a
new thought that di-tracted his mind and
his bu-Ine-i for many day.". "If,"
said he, ab-traetly, "thi -plrit van niatc
riall.e hen-elf, u- the Doctor say-, out of
the iiure eleniciit- of the atmosphere, as
miiiiIii' the shaMj without the pas-Ions,
vice, and what are the same, the possi
bilities of humanity, why '-hall I not de
vote my love to her let her clothe my
Ideal woman It never occurred to our
pallid. cultlvc friend that the youn;:
rrencb spirit iniht, when she had really
Ix-cn on earth In ante plritual form, have
Ik'cii subject to all the pai-lous vices and
po-i-iblllties of the average liviiiK woman
whom he .-corned. I'erhaps death had
leil her -plrlt imre. At his second Inter
view with "Helena." her voice, crow n
sweeter, informed him that she would
soon be able to remain longer, that spir
itual! v she wa always with him, and
that iuion, when hh "negative" powers
were more fully develocd, he would be
able to have her materialUo herself at
any dii'ky moment. What bliss for
(jouvernler! Shu loved him, and he
loved aye, now, without shame, pa
Innately wor.-hip'icd a woman's soul in
a woman's lorm. Mvect ilea!
Itintutnotbe ?lippo-ed that "Dr."
Lombard rave Oouvemier all thi- joy for
uoiliiinr. Dollars tilled Lombards hith
erto lean pocket-book, and Gouvernler at
length proposed hv means of hN wealth
to retain for himself alone iliu-ervlcc ol
the man who. de.-plte hU economy of
grammar, -tood between tiim ana hi
other -oul. OLovc! The Doctor was
willing, uud one night piopo-ed that
Oouvernier and Helena should -wear
fealtv hi soul-wedloek. with sweet words
cad "themselves spiritually one. "You
may even go to her when you die," ?ald
Lombard, "where they are neither mar
ried nor given in marriage." This say
ing 'hocked tioiivernier, who had idea",
and who, being a man. after all, wanted
.-hiipelv and beautiful Helena nil for hiui
selt oii earth, ami not spii ituallv lor eve
rvbody in the summer laud, lie wedded
her, and when she rtiid "Richard, no
child can grace our relationship," ho re
plied : "'liien there can be no doubte,
my sweet ideal."
'One night Helena's face and .soul-Inspiring
bosom appeared above the -hilling
inu-llu drapery distorted, and Im
mediately disappeared; but her hand, as
u-iial, swept gently over his brow In the
darktie--. She explained to him that the
conditions of the atmosphere were unfav
orable; sheeould not inatcrallc; still her
soul was the same. Hut Uouvernier wa
human, and having lo-t his ideal wuutid
the real. The dim but blue eye, the
vague but luscious lip, the shadowy but
swelling ho-oin,had superceded his poeti
cal and ps.stonle-s abstraction. Tor weeks
she did not come. Heoll'ercd Lombard
live thoii-aud dollars' for onu appearance.
In despair he returned to hi telecop,
his heart aching and his hair turning
grav. lie went one morning Into the
optician's bhop of L. tiraiisberg, on
Uroadway. to have t lens tested, and sat
swinging his heels from a stool, when
Orausberg said, "I've a curiosity here, a
beautilul portrait broken, and I could
have a thousand dollars from a ventrilo
quist for mending it. It U a cony by
Vernut. on glass. ofUubens' 'Virgin.'
painted after it mistress of Louis XIH.
It has been used in a magic lantern slide
which is broken." Gouvernler carclcs
lv looked at It, and saw Helena, his fcoul
The Old lino v .Mansion,
Scrihntr for Jtaivh
The Knox House stood on the banksof
the St. George's river, in l homaston,
near the site of an old tort erected in col
onial times, for defen-o against the
French and Indians. In the rear of the
mansion there wero several neat build
jnjjsthu stables, the servants' lodgings,
and yio cook-house.
"Iteautltitllv at the water's edge sat
this sumptuous villa," writes the old his
torian of the town, "a It first caught thu
eve ami struck the lofty mind ofilrs.
Knox." A French nobleman who was a
truest here describes the mansion as "a
handsome, though not magnificent tnic
ture." Hut the enthusiastic chronicler
hastens to explain that the Duke brought
his ideas of niitgullk'cncQ front
degenerate and luxurious France.
General Knox took up his abode here,
in 17U!i. and the family made the journey
Ironi Philadelphia to Thomaston In a
sloop. "Jlontpcller," as Mrs. Knox
railed her new home In the wilderness,
excited thu wonder mid admiration of
the vlllago. The General owned a vast
track orlitnd In this vicinity, which he
wished to settle with a tenantry, after the
KnglMi fashion. To encourage the speedy
settlement of the country, he Interested
hhnell in various kinds of business. He
built ships and saw-mills, ami engaged in
brick-making and limi-bumiiur; he im
ported game from .MusnehU'otf., and
new breeds of entile and sheep from
England. His hospitality was unbound
cd, ii nil Ids house was thronged with
guet.s, many of whom were dltliigulsh
ed foielgiicr. Wonderful stories are
told of the grand Myle ol living In vogue
at the mansion. It Is wild that twenty
sheep were often consumed In a week, anil
that oxen wen; roasted whole before the
Immense lire-place; that the General
kept twenty saddle-horees In his stable;
and that he hid a roa'd cut font pleasure
party to n neighboring mountain, still a
favorite place for picnics, at the expense
of live hundred dollars, a great sunt In
tnosy nays, it i even stated thai im ex
tended his hospitality so far as to invito
the whole trll1 ot Penobscot Indians to
make him n l-it; and that w hen these
strange visitors had fea'ted for weeks on
the General's bounty, be remarked.
"Now we have had a good time, and
you'd Ixjtter go home." Ilow much of
all this Is true, and how inuen mere tra
dition, It ! now Impossible to determine
Hut it Is certain that the General was
very extravagant, and no doubt the fam
ily lived In a style which in tlioe (lavs
'ceined little short of princely. .Mrs.
Knox was a haughty Lngll-h-woiuaii,
and had little Intetcourse with the lown.
tH'opIe, who iilway-" called her Lady
Iv'no.v. She entertained her aristocratic
friends, and visited them in turn, spend
ing the winters In lln-ton, where
she was fond of rl-king largu
sums of moner at the card
table. She was small in person, but had
o stately an air that people were apt to
think her very tall. Many anecdotes are
told in illustration of Lady Knox's pride.
One day. s-iy.s tradition, her carriage, the
only one in the village, broke down, and
it wu necessary to dismount while otue
temporary repairs wero made. A kind
hearted woman, who lived near the scenu
of the accident. Invited Lady Knox to
take refuge In Ler houe. but 'he preler
red to stand In the muddy street. Near
the mansion was an ancient burial-ground,
and the gravestones were a constant eye
sore to the plea'iire-lovhig lady. Accord
ing to the village historian quoted above,
"they interrupted her gayetv hv the un
welcome thoughts of death;"' but her
husband would not content to have thcin
removed. After his death the ollendlng
stones w ere thrown down. Another ver
sion has It that the deed was done in the
General's absence Irom home, and that
when he returned, in his vexation "he
tore his hair with both hands."
rope nml Itlilwp Attcrhiiry.
No two men ever thought inoro of each
other than the two dlstlusuMie I men
above named. Tin; great poet was a
Catholic (" a gool Catholic, as he was
stynii ny m great i- reneh coteinporary
Kachic. while Bishop Atterbury, as a
matter of course, was a most zealous de
fender ol the Prote-tant eau-e. He seems
to have been the only Protestant elergv
inan of the rank that concerned himself
In relation to Pope's Catholicity, and It
was evidently the love he bore the poet
that induced lihn, on so innnv occasions,
to "argue the point" with'him. Quite
a number of their letter- to each other
are of a controversial character and on
the Hl-hops sdo teem with solicitude to
bring over the Illustrious little poet to the
true faith. Hut, remarkable as it may
iipK'.ir, Pope, In Ids replies, proved him
self as a theologian lo Ijo ijuite upon a
par with his exalted and learned antago
nist. A a last resort, the Hihop enu
merated and recommended to the poet'
earnest and thorough perusal a batch of
Protestant works, which he (the Bishop'
implored ids beloved little friend to read.
Pole's reply was to the effect that, at
"the agt of fuuricen" he had carefullv
read the works In question a, al-o, the
Catholic publication bearing upon the
same, and had come to the ninetrt conclu
sion that the Catholic was the ime faith.
A hard man to lynch Is Glbbs or Helena,
Col. lie i a murderer who lias escaped
conviction through a leal quibble. Tlility
vigilant- unrounded ids house in the night
And demmanded him to come out to lie
bung. II. refused. 'Ibcy set tiro to the
house. Wncntlie flames had grown too
cloo tor a longer stay inside, Glbbs sprang
suddenly out of a window with a revolver
in each hand, and besan tlritg rapldlv at
bis usa intk. tiiro or tlieiu vvcie killed,
two woiiodcd, and the rest tied, leaving a
coll ofrope behlud them.
lr. Selienck's Sti.tidard Iteinedles
The standard remedies tor all dlsoasas of
the lungs are bcilKXCK's Puuioxto
.Svitt'i', --c-iiknck's Ska Vhp.i Tonic, and
ScilKXCK'h JIamiuake 1'IM.s, ami, it taken
bnloro the liins nro destroyed, a speedv
euro Is effected.
To tlitisi three medicines Dr. J. II.
Schtnck, of Philadelphia, owes his unrlvu'
led slice- ss in the treatment of pulmon-rv
Tuo I'u'nionlc Syrup flp;nstha morbid
nutter in the lungs; nature tbrow itctt bv
an (ttsy cxpectora ion, torvvhen the- piilegih
(irniittcrisiipo a s ight cough will throw
it oil, the patient hub tost and tae lungs
begin to lioal.
To enable tho Pulmonic Syrup to do this,
Schcnek's Mnidrake Pills and tjchenck'a
Sea Wocd Tonic must be freely used to
clntiiso the stomach and liver, j-ehenck'o
Man irako Pills act on the liver, removing
all ob tructlou. relax the gall bladder, the
bile starts freely, and thu liver is -oon
S lietiek's BcaWofd Toslo Is n gentle
stimulant and alterative; the alkali ol w lilch
it t compose t, mixes with the food mi J
prevents souring. It assls'sthe dlgo'lon
by toning up thu tonne h to a healthy con.
dltlon, so that the food and tin lungs heal,
and the patient will surely get well If care
is taken 1 1 prevent fresh eld.
All who vvlsu ti consult Dr. Scheiick,
either poisoiully or by letter, can do so at
his principal oillce, corner of Sixiu and
Alien Srs , I'ld adelplila, overy .Monday.
fichenck's medicines are sold by oil drug-
gftts tbrotigiiout the country. a-2-Jtn.
Dot. Socontt nnd Fourth Stroots,
Whole-alu uud Ilelall Dealer In
Berliner Weiss Beer,
Soltzor and Soda Water, Etc
, tCJ-Ahvnyskeepm luavy Htock on hand, nnd
Is iiivpaicd to furnish full -Hppliw on very uliort
notice, at the IimvcnI mte.
hnd In yuuronltif. lV2-2J-lm
V' frFv ?trPTrS8,Tdr?nt,T, , , TIIOMAS LEWIS, Caflhior.
HENHY WELLS, Vlcc-ProBldcnt. T. J. KERTII, Ass't Cashier.
Capital Stock $100,000.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, MARCH 1, 1S75.
nnrl?i)0,vo Ba1k' organized under tho Into Banking Law of Illinois,
nni?,Hod.Fogtu,ur I3nnklnB bHsinoss thiB day, and is prepared to ro
K '"'f8' buy pud noil Gold, Silver, Govornmont Ilonds, nnd Ex
hi?00!11?0 Pno'Pnl C-rtos in tho United Statos, Collect or Discount
8irt5 d-fT,iStUU?'. ln sll0rt d0 a general banking businoss.
, J9if I(iN EXCHANGE lor salo in sums to BUic on Germany, Eng
Californirf0 TICKETS for 8al to or from different partsof Eurppo or
tona1l0,rBi.?.ll0cd ?n deposits in tho Savings Department. Collcct
lP,nrptllt0Jldcd to nnd remitted for on tho day collected, at
usual rates of Exchange Patronago solicited.
" " "" i.iaru mil.,
Hon. u. WINaTON,
J. CHILLS, J.
Col. (. W. MclvKAK),
W. II. WILCOX.
J. C. W1I1TK,
Vma' 9Zbl?T .SV'!"' 11',nk' tjprinBtleld, Illinois.
...M. s.mltb. ore. t. Miilth .V Co., "
.1. h. Dubois, Late Auditor of State, ' '
Ii. L. I'hlllps, Prop. III. State J. unial. " "
Hon Win. .laynn, M.D., i
L. II. Ad nn, Lawyer I'.fj 0. nnd N. 1'. " "
It. I. .Iolmt n, A.si S c'y ol Stute, "
II L. Vanhoir. with i'haycr.t Co., '
J. . Itecse, C crk to spc v oi Stale, " " .
1'. C. CV edy, Itetlred Merelnnt. it
K. L. Merrill, ol Illinois State KrgMrr, " "
0. Vim Norstrjnil, Karn ir. .Sang.moti Co., III.
I enry W e!, Lite of Nat'l llvnk, Itlslng Sun. Ind.
l u,"o)!-,'tei Ca-irr M Nat'l Bank, Kansas City. .Mo.
L . Clemson. Merchant, Caledonia, II .
II. V. Poller, Prop Mound Cltv ( j .Jnurnal
(J. V. Mchealf, Liwyernnd Postmaster, Cairo, llllnoK
Peter NelL Merchant Tailor,
Win. Lonerg u, Cotmnls Ion Merchant, "
M .1. Mctiauley, DrucI.f, i u
Walker .fc N'elllii, Dry Dock', "
John Major, Builder i
0. O. Puller t Co., Merchants, "
B. K. Bowcn; fleneral Job Printer, " "
B. l Parker, Painter and Coirractor. " "
L. A. S heelock : Co., Comm'n Jlcrc't", " "
Hon. C. Win-ton, Member Legislature. "
J. C. Iluels, Bi'k Book .Mamil'r and Hinder. "
T. J. ICerth. Late Hardware Merchant. "
A. lialley. Hardware Jlcrehant,
Henry i:ichhot). Furniture Dealer.
A. J cikcl, Siloonlst,
Joeph Smith. Hides, Kurs. Iron. Ac,,
Pinker A Axloy, Comm'n Mcreh'ts
0. It. Xcwliiul, lias Fitter, Plumber, lie.,
C. 1. in. aster ol I.. A- Itlce, l.umbermeli,
Jae b Burgc-, tirm of Burger A- Co.,
A. Lewis, with Avers ,t Co ,
K. it W. Htidf r. Manuiicturhig Jewelers, fc
D. Lampert. Barber,
J. C. Wnite, Iusurau:o Agent,
AV. II. Wilcox, Uroccr,
Hud. lletiacker. Baktr,
John McNulty, Hardware ilcrchant,
T. Lewis, Late Manager Ufo Inniraucc Co.,
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,000;
W V HAM.I11AY. President. !
IIKXltV I, It.vM.lD.W, VtcePrcst.
A It SAKF(ini), Cashier.
WAI1 Kit HYSI.UP, Aes't CafhUr.
S. Sr.VVTS Tayloii, It H. Ccnninguam,
II t. H.vttiu.vv, W V Hallway,
li 1) WlLLIAMSOM, SlKI'Ull.V tllllU,
A. 11. Sawoiiii
Exchango, Coin and Unitod Statos
Bonds Bought nnd Sold.
K POSITS HTti-icil and u general banking
mi 3 1 rnv a ui'iic
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1809.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A II SAKrOltH, President.
.S fe TAYt.dlt, V ice President.
W. IIYSI.OP, Sec'vnnd 'lit-.isuivr.
P. M. UaIICLAV, ( 1 1 A (iALIOUKll,
IV M STnrKs'l.Kfll. PaI'L ii SCAM'U.
It. II. t't'.NNINOIIAM. II l llALI.IOAY,
I.STKItl'.ST utid on deposit t the rate of i.
percent per annum. .March let and Sciilem
I'or 1 h t Inteiejt not withdrawn la added Ilium
dialely to the principal of the deposits, thereby
Kivlni; then 1 coiniouud Interest
MARRIED WOMAN AND CHILDREN MAY
DEPOSIT MONEY AND NO ONE ELSE
CAN DRAW IT.
0ien orery lmMiwusilny fioinliu 111 to 3 p in
Hiul Saturday evruinjs for saihKsdepolt only
trom 0 to b o'clock
W. HYSI.OI, Treasurer.
ItllAI, ISSTATI' AJi:XT.
JOHN a. HARMAN & CO.
CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land AKents of the Illinois Central and
EurllnKton and Ciuincy H. R.
North Cor. Sixth uud Ohio Lovoo,
e"len of SprlniUleld, Illinois, or re.l,lcnl of
uie inn urrr or tlie ."tale 01 Illinois, lieiieviuc
T. S. WOOD.
P. 0. CANKDV,
D. L. PIIIL1. PS,
JLSSK K. DUBOIS.
L. h. ADAMS,
K. L. MKItltlTT.
THOMAS LEWIS, Cashier.
wifoi.K.vii.i: tiitoi i:its.
STRATTON & BIRD,
i Wholesale Grocers
, Commission Merchants
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDKIt CO.
57 Ohio Lovoo.
II A Thonu r, I) Thorns.
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Surresfors to It M llulrn,)
And dealer In
STAPLE AND FANCY
Forolirn and Domestlo Fruits and Nuts
184 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 10 OHIO LEVEE.
Sl'KCIAL attention given to consignment' uud
OwlnKtopvolr.ieleil ill health uud eoiiseipieut
luilbillly to devote the attention to toy leal fatutc
liitsliie-s necessary to the i'.iltlilul pioteeliou of
the Inleix'jta of my iiiiinc-ioiia patrons, 1 have,
lilts day tniuMeried said luiliu'' lo Jlemr. .1,
li l.iieliiind.vi. .1 llowley, in Ihe lielleflh.it
Ihc lutiiedt ol'uiy patlou Willie entiiily safe
in tluir h.iu li. ihonu gentlemen need no coiu
ineniliillou from me, m their cliui-.icters fur
promptitude and Integrity are well known,
and Ihe ntllelal po-ltlh of both of lliem for eai
Otif.1 In collllection w ilh le.ll estate liluller. tiivi...
ustevincnt uud title, Is a sullielent gu.inuuv of
Ihe fcatity of all lealetatn lnteiest ciiiumltled
Lilheiii. I Iheivl'iiic, without hesitation, n-k
my patron to lumtlnue their budues (11 Ihe
hand of Jlnr l.jnch llowley I will
nl tie up the uccounl ol the old llrm
Cairo, 111.. February 15, IS73
Tint uiidcrflsiied have lid day associated
theinelve in pailneuhip lor thu purpose of
rarrj lug oil the real eslule liuslnej. mieceiiling
Mr. C. vVbutoii, viho letlrrs tiomthe liuines.
V'rom Mr. Will-ton' patron ne would icspect
lull solicit 11 eoulluuatluu of their Imsiiir.-s,
and liom Ihe public generully any husine In
our line. We pledge our-elvca to faithfully at
teud to any huiiues that ni iv lie IntriHted to 114,
1.Y.M31I ft IIOWI.KY.
Cairo, III,, t'vb, 15, lf75. (lU-'.'-lb-tf
IIK3IUEXCK: So '
'.ween Wahlngtou av
tween ('ommerclal nnd
Q "W. DUNNING, It
UKStDKscKi Comer 1
OKF1CK: Corner PUtlnlret
OFKICK IIOCIIM. KromOai, ., and
"rom 2 to 8 p m
QR. W. BLAUW,
OFFICE. Ituilr' Mock, (up-sult), corner
Klghth strtid and Washington nrrnue.
A VS V- WVSV
Attorney at Iuw.
OFFICE: Ohio Ieree, over room formerly
occuplttl by First National Hank,
Q.HEEN & OILDERT,
Attorneys and ComiNcIorN
OFFICE. Ohio I'Vee, room 7 and 8 over
City National Hunk,
William tt (iiecn. )
Mili"lV",!.itil,ll;!",r,. CAI,!0 ILLINOIS.
MilcsFrcd'k Oilliert J
C.l1srJl attention given to Admiralty and
O V H
F0K 1875 op
( Seeds! Plants!
lmplcments, Fertilizers, etc.
Numbering 175 page and containing Ave
txautfutcotonil jiattt, mailed on receipt
of W) cents.
Catalogue, without platci, frco to all.
35 Cortlandt St.,
BOX and BASKET CO
AM klndi, liuril and toft,)
'FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &o
Mill and Yard,
Cornor Thirty-Fourth Street and
Botweon Washington and Commorcial
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Botwoen Washington and Cominerclul
Avenues, adjoining Hanny's.
KEEPS for sale the tint 11m f, Polk, .Million
Veal, Ijinili. Snu-nge, tc . and la pie
pared to seive lamllles in uu areeptable nuiliner
Wholesale, Retail and
w ilco ac's 33 loo ls.f
Corner Poplar and Eleventh Streets,
Ka'ITiKhcst Cash Price paid for
IIoeb und Cattle.
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
To sell lilt, I HASH'S! KKt'IPKS; Or, t.V
FOIt.MA'llll.N l lllt I.VEUYIIODY, In eveiv
county In Ihe fulled Mate 11111'. Canada. En
larged by the Publlherto (Its page It con
tain o'er .'.iKO household ncipe, 111.il Insulted
to nil elussu and enndltlon of society A
wnndeifnl iMiok and it household necelly It
mil at sight, (iicatcid ImlueeiiienU ever of.
fcrcd o Ikiok agent Sample eoplea Mnt by
inail, post paid, fur i. Exrliulve leiritury
giien Agents mine than double their money.
AddroM, lilt. (.'MASK'S .VI i:,.M PltlVIlXO
HOUSE. ANN AltllOlt MRU. 47t-ll-Sfl-w3iu
Tow-Boat For Sale
'pill: Mibscillier otTira Tor sule Ihe Sleam
J Towing Mem-Whiit lli.nl, Ike HainiulU,
uiUieiiglues, luacliiuery, tackles, Hpiaitlund
llil'iiituru li he now Ilea at Cairo, 111.
Her length I Hi fi-et, her breadth i't feet, her
leplh.1 ftetuiid inea-UU'B 7li ion. M10 Iih .1
boiler 21 feet long and Sillnehesdlainiltr, tlhlgh
nivuie engine wilhcyljndei' 17tJ lnrlieln
lluioeler and 0 feet toke i ftcd jiuiup 4 In
;hca 111 diameter nnd 17 lnrl;e ttroke and all
inodiin linproveinenU.unil i In every respect
Haunch, tin wui thy, and in good condition for
navigation. For term apply to.
S. S. TATI.OU.
Cauio, III., .Vovenile J, lS7t 4ii'v-tl-2S-tf.
LTibtrBtiNLY fKOMUUItlC LURUflCUlfliVU . 1
I C If it CiWm -lihe-l rtiw, Tm ftiwta-il
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