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ARTER & STEWART.
(Suecmon lo 1) Arter A to )
No. 113 Commercial Avenue,
Bristol & Stilwell,
Keep everything pertaining to
tho lino of Staplo nna Fancy Gro
3crioB, Woodonwnro, Vegetables,
Fruits, SiO; kc.
Prest Korn'J Beaf,
Grayam and Milk Krackorz,
Garden & Flour Seedz,
Stowdant, Rgand and awl kinds
Wix & Burnerz,
Pewor Kalifornya Hunny,
HOPZ, TAX, WAX & SAUZ,
A Horso for Sale.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
WnOLE8AI-E AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. and Commnrcld Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
B. P. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Bliauos, fico.
Always on luinil, ttie celebrate! Illumlnatius
Corner Eleventh Street and Waehlnir.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
a, o. ixxraaxjjsj,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Bulldlne, Cornor Twolfth Street
nnd Waihlnston Avenue,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wh'jlrule and lletnll t)aln In
Foreign and Domestic
WI2VKK OF Alili KI1VJI.N,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
MKSMP" SMITH A CO hit antly
a Ur stock of the best goods 111 lJ'1' ."'as
set, mill kIci-jicI1 attention to I ! "Iiolewil.
ranch of (be buslnes
Hotel and Family
A.XD UCALEIt IX
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Fiah, Eggs, Northern Butter, Asc.
Between Washington unci Commercial
K)-Gnel ill fit nf charge.
ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! ! !
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
N'WjmU and llt'uil Ihsders la
PURE LAEE ICE
CAIRO, ILL3. and COLUMBUS, KY.
At Ilulen & Wilson's, Corner Twelfth St.
and Ohio Ievee.
WK will! run an Ire waznn throughout the
f-'aion, ilellriruiK pure lale ire In any
tiartnf tlwcltr ul 11k' lowest narkft price, and
will also furnish our friends ouutde the city with
tr lr the cake or enr I'r.n. pacaea in sawuusi
or sfilpincnt to aar disUnc.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
Hotel and Restaurant
Two iIoom north "f tlie Clro ami mwnnc
Win, WETZEL. Proprietor.
ATUUSTY wateli Vcpt nlplit anil ny lor
trains iinil etuiuiboutit
Tir rwt of ncTiiiimoilulioin for tnuuicnt
pinli ntTwu Iiollun in-rilny
FITS CURED FREE
AXY ihwiii mfferiiiR from the aliore jliH-ate
U n-mttMiM in uilihpnA l)r l'rlci una n triiit
Uottle nl lilt liiniicinc win ik- inrwanini r nr.r.
I)r l'rlrc in a rt-piluriiliyslcbn, anil Iuj iiuiiU'
ine lii'aunciu oi
FITS OR EPILEPSY
a study for year, ami he will warrant a cure By
Hie u.u of In rimoly
tin not fjll to tmii
lie um! in in ruuui , , ,
tin not fjll to temf to hlin for a trial bottles II
com nutlilni'i aii'l lie
WILL CURE YOU
Xo matter liow lonir bt.inailU ypur cac iimj
in., nr now limnv oii.tr iriuvu mai i.
Llrcuiara aim ieuinenuis ciu hu
FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.
E. MAXWELL & CO.
RAILWAY MACHINERY and BUUHinu
No. 010 North Malu Stroot
ST. LOUIS, ;mo.
I AOKNTS FOR FREvH PLUMBAOO OILS
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, MARCH. G, 1875.
THE ORIGIN OF MAN.
Twa n lonclv Rummer moriiliiir In tin."
tear 11.001 lielore Christ. The woods of
bcnegaiiihla wens clothed In tho fairest
costume: the lovely hlrds were chirping
mill singing their morning lav; tin; sky
II will' lll riHT. ill linn-. iini iim.t,
III short, was full of MU'ctnexi and light,
except the lucly Ijitly Adellu il Cliiui-
pan.ci'. Mil' was in in'1 dumps.
Moodily she ruhticd her shoulder against
ii huge palm-trie, and while tiorformlng
mai aci nwncd u vni figu. iiidi hi. nun
moment In r iiinmiiKi (lropH:(t from the
titfaliovcliiT. . ,
"My ilaiiuliti r." miiii tlie imclitw tlu
Clilmpaiiet', "why that uIku:" ...
"All, inamina. look hi iik-, ' fain i.auy
Aikllj, ".His how illirurrnt I nut from tliu
rout of our trllc. See how uhlte I inn
".My daughter," ";iltl the l)tieVi-. Inn
ctilillr, iif kIiu M'atwl herself on a ojnvi'ii
h'lit 'hoiilili-r. "you kliould he iroud
of tin; difleremv. e are a Holier
"I iloii'tknow. iiianmia. .Ste w lint lit.
tie caudal uppciidMes we have; all the
other folks uui haliL' Irom the trws by
tlu lr UiiN. hut we are compelled to sit on
"We are advancing, my dear, inn
are uhller than 1 am; you eiin talk In
your youth. I could not till middlc-aed ;
our uranduiolhur, in you know, tun
only grunt it. You uru moving to a higher
"Well, inatiima. none of our folk.- will
marry me," sild lidy Adella pouting.
".No, my child; ?t hat U en decni-d
that there "hoiild be a selection ol'llie lit
tet In niarriage. We have ottered you to
the I'rinei! d'Ouratig Oiilang.uho U even
whiter than you are, us a wife."
"Oh, mamma." gii-h"d the I-ady
AdeliJi, "IhutU filendid. Will he come
"Iteftrahi yourself. People ot high
hloodand -hort miiiiIiiI appendages never
get excited, lie will be here In a short
J.ady Adellza went away to look for
coeoaiuiU; the Dilehe- lit on the rock,
and rvllectively scratehed her head.
The Duke 1' Chimpanzi-e wu chief of
a verv large trilw. If he had been in the
idiow'bii-mcs-' he would have made hU
everiaitiug fortune. He had but one
child, the l.adv Adeli.a. and. as Mic
would Inherit the live etock over which
he ruled, maiiv of the neighboring chiefs
wanted to marry her. Her parent?, how
ever, resolved that she should lie, If po
slhle. tlie fotititiiiu-head of tlie new race
to which all their traditions taught them
thev were working up. They
determined that 'ho Miould wed the
l'rince d'Ouratig Outang. The Duke pro-tio-ed
the tuatter to tlie Prince.
Aw !" said the l'rince. as lie adjusted
hi eve-gla',, "lilt nicer
"She li very iK-autlful," replied the
"Awl" said the l'rince, "give it aw
much stamps?" .. ,
"I ."-hall give her all Ethiopia," replied
the Duke. , ,
"I will aw :-tepdowii, and aw look
at it," murmured the l'rince, carelessly.
"Ill- i.ltrMri.i villi klloW."
'fliis was agreed upon, nnd the Duke
J lie l mice Knew m- worm ; ue
uilt,. wbiti! and he was not troubled
w ith the slMite-t part of caudal append
age, out r.llilopia was uig pn.e, ami ne
re-olved to win it.
One week alter the Duke nau onereii
his daugter.the l'rince started lor.en-
niii bin. wllli the Intention oi looking ai
tlie fair face of Lady Adellza.
I'he l'rince was wandering through
the woods' of .Seiiegainbla, gaily liuin
,n,8! 1 U lie I, liuiiciuj,
Horn In a bower
when hU ovj fell upon a lovely chilli
jianzee, fitting hi a Miallow brook suck
ing a cocoanut. She was the loveliest
creature lie had ever i-een. J lis heart
was touched at oner, lie raieit nis eye-
lavi and .-Uired at her until nu eyes leu
in modest conni'lnn.
Fair ciilmpitiit'e," ram nc, -win you
not aw- tell me your aw name.'
Adeil.a." wlil-poreii sue.
I'he Ditches do i himpanzi-e, who hail
,vliii... il the i ncet i ML' from liehlud a
cliiuip of husliee, chuckled and thdoll on
Her leii ear.
'AdellAi, flglieil llie rrince, "iiiuuiiri
aw beauiiiui : m uiou a iiiiuj
I . , .
Tin. I.!li-Aile a threw tne remains oi
her cocoanut at the head of a Chimpanzee
who was loallng in a neigiiooring iree.
fell into the arms of the rrince. and
gently murmured, "I mil all thine."
n ..i I., ..in. ..l.iiiilrit
l nev were iiiiiiuru in sua. (.i-.i
Tlie Hlglit ltev. IHHop llauoon, assi.-iru
hv the l!ev. Slmlauar Ape, penormeu me
cerenionv. Thu choir sang that loely
anthein,'"Mouev married the baboon s
Khter." I-ailv Adell-i and her parents
rubbed nosns and then the brido fUirled
on her tour on an elephant with one
Tho seasons changed; summer lapsed
Into autumn, autumn into winter, and
whiter Into spring. Then there was
great rejoicing, for the l.adv Adellw
gave tlie l'rince an heir. The child, how
ever, was nn anomaly In that region : it
had no tall. It had Hat tcet, it had a white
skin, it had no hair on its body. All the
viUn men i.amined it. It was not an
ouraiig-outang, li was noi a cminii. i..
ntly it was a new specte.. i ucii a
Innillv rnnelavo was cal CU.
"W'hat shall we call It'r" asked
The Duchess de Chimpanzee, who was
languidly making mud pics, said:
'letV call It-Man."
The I.onlsvlllo Lottery. 1
Last November .Mr. Madden, a travel
ing agent for tho house of Hamburger,
Hlooni i & Co., Louisville, was in I'aducah
and had a number of tickets In the last
Louisvilln drawing to sell. He happened
In the. grocery stom of W". F. I'axtou, on
Market street, and oil'erlng his tickets for
sale, I'axtou and Will Fisher agreed to
hue it counon between them. I'axtou
i.i..,i ....nnirii tn nlVi-r to take It oil his
haiuls Hiuf owe him tor It, but ho
nicKfii oiu a iciiiii : , - :, .,, ...m M,:,.V cut we f eate
.1 I . I. .. .l,,. U11 U7 I Mill nil. ttn IIIIII IIIU IIIUll Ml' IIIH lliilrt" eiitisa
and Fisher then bougiii two on i is " '- - y , j
I own account, one of which happened to l ttnw preum mMl 0ft gc,10nck
' Hear inc Kimu iiiiiiiuer. iiiiik ". V t . o ihcrpeisonally nriiy inner, can no so i
1 vlllu n short time alterwards ho tried to principal oitleo, corner of Sixth and i
cii Bii.o7t. and several ot his Irlends were aiiAu stx . Phl'mlelnlila. every Mondiy.
wouldn't sell on thoMj term". He nfti-'
wards agreed to sell It to Charley Webb,
memlKToi me i,cgmamre irom i.ivmg.
Htm county, hut backed down b"foro the
trade wan consummated.
Holh ofthcc gentlemen wtre to Inter
ested In the hiayor's race. .Mr. Fisher, one
of I he candidate, Mug the lather of one
and the father-in-law of tho oilier, that
they did not know until yesterdjy morn
ing that Xo. 8!l,'271 had drawn the capl
tuiiiri7.c of $y.,000, nnd that they were
entitled to one-fifth of It, $10,000. 11 liv
ing quietly received tho congratulation!
of their many friend, for they are dcerv
cdlv popular young men. they telegraph
til to Loul-vllk' anil received a continua
tion of the good new. The coupons were
then depoiited III the City National Hank
for collection, mid the lucky holders ex
iM3t returns the latter part of thW week.
Mr. l'lsher's xharewlll be $14,i!J0, and
TWO BROKEN HEARTS.
li- n Ilriuillfnl .etrm--X'
I From Figaro
Iii 1S70, a voting Frenchman, the Count
George de 5leyrue. married u 1h uuilful
girl or in-own etaiion m lite. .Matiiiuie :
, who wa very mtiel
him. All went well, and the two were
very happy in their devotion lo eaeli oili
er. They wen-lond of the theatre, and
every one Just 4t that time was enrapt
ured with a new :ictre?. i:oltit, who
took the principal role in the dulious
dramas of the Duma- school. The newly
wvtldcd ii.iir olten went to Itoslta's thea
tre, until the Countess thought her hus
band's eyes liiigeted too fondly on die
actress, and began to feel pangs' of Jeal
ousy. 1 rou-i' roti was one
1'o-lt.Vn best hnixT.-oiiatioiii'.
on her farewell night khe apip-arcd hv iu
........ i.. i. ,.i in... i..r.i
iiiv;h in iiiuv t-ii.il ii ii-i jiii,- un.li jr
Club ol wlilcli Cleorgi' de Meyrac wits
Yiee-I're-ideiit, gate her a supper iift'r
the pUy. t.corv'e, of course, was pres
ent, and at by the -Ideof tlie faeimithig
lio.im, who wu surrounded with bou
ipiet.s. Wine llowed freely, and mirth
and wit enlivened the bimpiet until II
o'clock in the morning. Meanwhile, the
poor wile, Mathilde, waited at the little
guteol tlieir park forher truant husband.
Tim hours tia-sed slowly on. and became
not. A cold. tKfiietrattiig ruin bi'gan to
fall at midnight, and .Mathildc treuibleil I
Irom exhaustion and expo. ure. At live
in the morning, when her husband came
through tlie little gate, he ttumbled oer
h?r iumnimate bodv lying on tho ndu
soaked ground, bhe rii not il-sul ; she
llviil for rive days alter, but nevur recov
ered her iiihid. In her delirium she in
cessantly inurinureil "Kroti-I'rou ! I'rou
Krou." Those were her lat words.
The Count was sluion cnizinl by his
wife's loss. He. entereil the army and
'ought death in tLc bloody battles of the
l'ranco-l'rii.--iau war. Fate war. cruel,
ami lie returned uniiarmeii. ins wile
room, adjoinin.' Ills-own, had always
lieen kept clo.nl -inee her death, hut ow
ing to the sulliicating heal one summer's
night, George opened tlie door between
tlie two rooms. He then fell a-leep. In
about an ln.nr he awoke; the clock struck
midnight. As tlie lat stroke sounded, be
heard di-tinctlv from the other room the
words "I rou-Frou." He lltened with
'iie.xpresslble anguish "Frou-frou"
seemed to be murmured Irom all parts of
tlie room. Me leaped from his Ik-iI. lighted
a candle, and crosil the threshold of
Mathlldc's chatnlier. At that hi'tant a
current of air extinguished the candle,
and (Jeorge felt upon his forehead, his
litis, his checks, something Indefinable a
1 .i .i i.i
orram, a c.ires-, me couiuci oi u cuiu i
wIiil'. or. nerhans. the iiiii-lln of a lieli- '
nolr. He fell iiiicou'elou. I he next
morning he was found lying there Insane.
To every Interiogatlon "he only replied
"Frou-Froii." The country people In the
neighborhood of the Chateau de .Meyrac
think that It was the .soul of the Countess
returning at midnight to murmur In the
ear of her cruel husband : "George, I
still love thee; but It I thou who hast
Lucy Hooper has taken an early look
at some specimens of a iiewund beautiful
fabric j ut designed for Miring wear. In
her hut letter from Paris she tell- all
ubout It. It coii'lsu of a light-colored
silk brocade, with a raised arabesque pat
tern In velvet of a shade darker that the
hue of tlie grouiul-work. This sounds
rather heavy and unprlng-like. siys
I.iun, but the tints are mi delicate and the
patterns light and open In ellect that
the material looks thoroughly -lilted to
tin season. Two shades of green (dark
velvet on light green sllkj.two of pale eafe-nu-lait,
ami u luuc-llke pattern In black on a
whito lk ground, were among the
style looked at. A very new
and elVectlve material for spring
caps Is composed of black ca-hincre, cut ,
out in llower-IIke patterns and applique
on strong black silk net, the edge-, of the
llowcrs anil leaves being HnMied oil with
a narrow silk braid. The urt of tho
ground-work Is specially manufactured
for till- purpose, and Is remarkably solid
and capable of enduring much wear
The garment are llnl-hed oil' with black
tape fringe laid over another fringe if
sewhig-sllk. Dolinan, saeques slecvr
levs jackets, and apron overskirti are t
be made of this material, which is ricl
looklng, effective, durable, and not spe
cially costly. It U thus far the grt:l
novelty of the season. A new materiel
for evening dre-es is nUo Just out ; It !s
h slhery-lookiug white gause, with a ir
faee crinkled like that of Canton cnipt;
It Is :oft in texture, and lias been brougtt
out to replace the ever-popular crepe d
Dr. helieiu-U'a Stnnitanl llemcillo
Tto standard remedies lor all dhea'.es ol
llie lungs nro sciuxcu'i, l'L'LMOXIC
Svut'p. .f iirvr-K's Sr. WKKD TOXIC, and
SciitNCK's Manuiukk 1'im.s, and, II taken
bcloru tho lungs aro destroyed, a speedy
niirn U i.rii'tiwl.
, V,tsi ..V 1 ii'.......' i.i. nriv7i
in.. .1.... i..,.A .nA.llliiAa lli. .1. II
on " . - -
iri Diii.cra iu m nn.iu.v-. . i
Tho Pulmonic Syrup ilpen the morbid
nv.llnr In tin. limp.! n:llUtC tllfOWS It Oil l)V
an easy oxpectoratlon. lorwlien tho phlegm
ormsttorUrlpe slight cough will throw
Itoir, the patient Usi rest and Ue luogj
begin to heal. , . , , ,
To enable the Pulmonic Syrup to do this,
Schcnck's Mmdrakii PUN and Schenck'a
Sea Weed Tunic miut ho freely used lo
eluansa tho stomach and liver, tclienck s
Man iralic Phis act on tho liver, removing
all oh truclloni riDv the K"l Madder, iho
bile stu is freely, and tho liver Is booh
S henck's ScaWenl 'lonlolsa gentlo
slliiuilant undalteralhc; llie alka'lol which
It I. oompoo I, mixes with the food mi I
lirevonts souring. It assists Iho dlgcs'loii
liy lonPig up th Uimich to a healthy coii-
lllttoll. HO tlllll IHO IHUll a" "lo lli" in '".
siii.ni.k'a iiiudii'hies ure sold by all drug
gists throughout the country. U-'J-'Jm.
P. O. CANEDY. Prosidont.
HENRY WELLS, Vicc-Prosidont.
Capital Stools $100,000.
CAIRO, 1LUX0IS, MJIRCITI, 1S75.
Tho aboyo Bank, organized under
commenced rogulor Banking business this day, and is prepared to rc
coivoDopoHitB, buy nnd soli Gold, Silver, Governmont Bonds, and Ex
change) on tho prinoipal Cities in tho United States, Collect or Discount
SlB'iVaTnd,T4?iU.illHt in flhort d Bonoral bankintt business.
yj f 9R?IG.N EXCIIANGE for salo in sums to suit on Germany, Eng
larirl, Irolat, ojncl other countries.
1'ASS AGE TICKETS for salo to or rom different partsof Europo or
WUIilVt i I1U
Interest allowed on donoslts in
tons promptly attended to nnd remitted for on tho day collected, at
usual rates ofExchango. Patronairo
Kcfcr to any Mate oflld-r, lUnti r, orotlitr ntd
II. a In tail.. In.llt... .1 II L.l . .....
... ......u. -tii.1, nun. r.iinum iiiiu.
ful U. W. McKKAlO, IIKSItY WIXI.S,
w. H. wilcox, c. M.s urn,
I tll'IHMI ' ... . ,..r...V
('II HMM VIM.I.M,
Hun. t. VINTO.N,
.KJII.N Mc.Mlli'l Y,
.1. C WUITK.
.1. Y. t'l.l.'Mfjti.V, I.. II. ADAMS, i:
'.!, ta.iilcr S.ivlngs Hank, Spriiiglleld, Illinois.
Miiltli. of C. M. Sitillli A i o.,
Dubois, Late AUilUnrur Mite, " "
1'lnllps, Prop 1 1. .State J u.nal, ' "
Win. Jnvne. M. 1)..
I . I..
11. Ad .in., lawyer I'. S 0 anil
It I. .IriUliet n, Am S c'y 0 State,
II L. VanlioIT. with Th.ior.V Co .
I. . Iteese. C crk to ee.v n Mate, " "
I'. ('. Ca eily. Killreil Merehmt. " "
K. L. Merrill, ol I llnol, .-lam Kegl.tcr, "
O. Van Norttrnnd, Far ir. Smg.inon Co., III.
ilenry We Is L.teof Nai'lHink. Itlalng Sun. Ind.
II. It. I'. im roy. Lato Ca'Ii r tt Nai'l Haul., Kinsa, City. .Mo.
.1. Y. CI. msoti. Mrehnit, Cale l. nla. It .
II. Y. Potter, I'rop M mnil itv (11 ) .Imirnal
(5. W. McKeal', LiwjeranU I'ostin.nler, Oalfo, Illinol'.
I'eter Nell'. Merchitit Tailor, " "
Win. Linerg n, otnmln Ion Merclnnt. " "
M .1. Mi Oauley, Urupirlst. '
Walker & Nellii", Dry Uueli", " '
John Major, llulldcr " "
C. O. I'atler it Co., Jlcrelnnts " "
II. K. HiMen; (ieuer,Uol) Printer, " "
II F. Far er, I'alnlcr and Con rai tor, " "
Y.. A. t henoi-k A o.. Coninrn Mcrc'ts " "
Hon. C. Wln.,,n, Mi inher Leylfljiuru. " "
.1. C. Duels It 'k Hook Manul'r and Hinder, "
'1'. J. IC-rili. Lato Hard uro .Merchant, " "
A. ilallev. lluriluarn Mer haul. '
lLtiry Llchi otl. Furniture Dealer,
A.J e kel. donirst,
.Tn-epti .Smith Hides Fur. Iron. .V;.,
Parke. ,t Axley, Coinui'n Mcreli'ts
C. It. N'cmIuuI. (a F tier, l'llimber, Ac,
(.'. Lan. a.tcrol L. .V ltlee. i iiinbcrtnen,
Jao li Hume, tl nil olllurg' r A Co ,
A. Lewis wi'h A)cr A Co .
K. A W. Hud- r. M.multcturln; Jeweler,
1). Lainpert, Hnrhcr,
J. C. Wnltc, Insurant Agect,
W. II Wilcox, Grocer,
Hud. Ilplmrker. H.iUcr,
.lolni McNulty, Hardware Merehmt,
W. TrUg, Grocer,
T. l.evli, Late Msnagrr Life Insurance Co,,
WM. GLENN & SONS.
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
IMMENSE STOCK! (J HEAT VARIETY.! LOW PRICES!
COFFEE Ri", Lap;uayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR New Orleans, Hard and Soft Refined.
SYRUP New Orleans and Eastern.
TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS.
Finest Assortment in the West
AMI IH.ALKIIS IN
Provisions,Flom&raiii, Seeds, Dried Fruit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
66, 70, and 72 Vine Street, CINCINNATI.
wiiom;sai,i: (iitot r.its.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN TOWDER CO.
57 Ohio Lovoo.
II A Thoro
li t. Thorn
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Succeison to II M Ilulen,)
Ami dealers in
STAPLE AND FANCY
Forolmi and Doniestlo Prults and Nuta
181 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
Q. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 10 OHIO LEVEE.
QPKCIALaUMitlon gln to consignments am!
KJ Mima" owns.
THOMAS LEWIS, Cashier.
T. J. KKRTH, Ass't Cashier.
tho lato BnnkiiiK Law of Illinois,
tho Savinirs Dooartmcnt. Collect
rUIen of SprinKflfl.l, Illinois or teiHenlof
. . ... 1 .. .. . ...i i .....ui..
iair inv;uriTei iii."iaie oi uiiiiqii, iiriicvinr
- , itii;i,.
run. i. rd,
THOMAS LEWIS, Cashier.
itiiAi. i:;T.iTs: .voi:.vr.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Anut of the xiiinuiu Central and
BurllnKton and Uctniy R. R.
North Cor. Sixth anil Ohio Lovee,
The Best Thing in tho West."
Mcnison, Topsh & Sanla Fes R, R,
0,000,000 J. O B.B &
Oflhe U'st Farnuna and AKncnltnral Lands In
Amerlra, situated In and near the beautiful
i niionnoiKi nna urrai .inaii,M luin'j.i n"
K.irdenot Ihu West, ou
11 Years' Credit, with 7lor cent. Inter
est, anu wu per ceiii. unrauu,
r a u i: ' v i i: i)
To juirthasers of Ijind,
j3-ClrouUrs, with map, (living full infoinia
UOii, .em iw. .,u-.,...a WKOSIt
Acting Land Commissioner,, Tojka, Kat
,al. 137 1-7-wJin.
yILLIAM R. SKITU, M. D.
nESIDENXTi Xo il Thlrtmitn street.!
twr-cn WaMilnirton nrenue ami Wtlnut itrrt
Of KICK. Xorth side of Klithth ,tmt be
tvettn Coliitnerclal and Waslilnirton arnue
W. DUNNINO, M. D.
Corner Ninth anl Walnut
OKriCE: Comer Sixth Itrwt and Ohio Irrtt.
01T1CK 110CRS: From 6a. iu. lo lira , and
iViinJUij! m. .
JTl. W. ATJW,
omen. IlmW's llloci, fnp-talr) . corner
Eighth s twt and Washington attnue
A VTTHT. 13
!torncy at l.nvr.
Ol'KICE: Ohio Ix-vee, over room formerly
occiiileil by I'lrtt National Hunk,
QREEN & OILDERT,
Attornej'N and CouiiMclors
Ol'UCE Ohio Ivm-, rooma 7 and S over
I.UJ- .aiiomu itann,
(Illlert, CAlltO. ILLINOIS,
Cl-'liedal attention Klcn lo Ailmlrulty and
F0U 1875 or
( Seeds! Plants! )
lumplements, Fertilizers, etcj
Uativl cckrrtd jlatis,mik& on receipt
of 0 cent).
Catalogue, without plates, free to all.
So Cortlandt St.,
BOX and BASKET
All kinds, hard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &o
Mill and Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
Between Washington nnd Commorcial
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Betweon "Washington and Commercial
Avenues, adjoining Hanny's.
KY.V.V Tor snle the tiest Ilerf, llk, Sllltton
Veal, tJliib, sausagv, Ac . and Is jire
ranil to sene lamlllfs In an nccctitahle manner
Wholesale, Retail and
Cornor PoDlar '
ea-Hichoet Cash Prico paid for
IIocs and Cattle
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
ri sen nu. ciiAsii's rtKi iPErs or. i-
KOltM.VUOX KOU KVK1IU0I), In ciery
county in tho t.'nltiil fctalm am. Canadas. hn
latRMlby the Publisher In CIS jage It con
tains oer luiuaviiuui reciiro, iiuu i ..int. i
to nil claej and condltioiii of sucitty A
wonderful IhioW and a household necessity It
sells at slsht. UrcHlcat Indiiceimnts cier of-
unit lo Imkik agenis. famine ci.iuei ri uj
mail, post paid, for J. hiclushe territory
plien. Agents mute than double their ""'"ey.
.vmiress, mi. v-iiA.-ir.;? nii..ui ............
IIOL'slV. ANS AltllOlt J1IUII. TI-U-W-w3m
Tow-Boat For Sale
THE Subscriber offers for sale the btcsrn
Towlujf SUni-Wbesl Host. Ike lUniiuitt.
nillienirinM, machinery, taekle. apparel ami
nirnltura aa she now lies at Cairo, Ills
Hit length Is IU feet, her breadth Utrrt. her
tenth B frvt and measure V70 ton
5 r't and measmin V70 tnns sne naa j
ail fei't long ai.d 3 luohea dlamclrr, a hUh
ire engine with cylinders, 17 Inches I u
ter and 0 feet slol 'J fuxl pumi 4Ji tn-
.N"."rA":vr iV'ir,ri.-i .irokv an.i .n
modem Improiemei.ts.aml is J. Viffi'JT.,
launch, na worthy, and In goml couilltlou Tor
lunbcatlou. For tcnus appi)Mo.g TatU)1
CAino, Ills . NmeniUe J, if!l, 4uft-ll-a-tf.
S uuv M.-1 OhLT I RS L
HS.wBUl'MlM.i.llS rrl U.t, U41M In. aay r
i U.t, U.41U4 Ui tA mrit I
In - - V t. l(Knt t. Kf.. T., ElVIl.l
Jlaui SiTruis Co., in ba4;, nt ii
0Couiiir nl Rnllronil Woik r iluhy.