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C D ArUr
r, vr suwit.
ARTER & STEWART.
(9necJors to 0 Alter A Co )
No. 113 Commercial Avenue,
Bristol & Stilwell,
Keep everything portaininp: to
tho lino of Staple ana Fanoy Gro
ceries, Woodonwaro, Vegetables,
FruitB, StO; Sic.
Prost Korn'J Bcaf,
Grayam and Milk Krackerz,
Garden & Flour Seedz,
Stowdant, Rgand and awl kinds
Wix & Burnerz,
Pewor Kalifornya Hunny,
HOPZ, TAX, WAX & SAUZ,
A. Korso for Sal.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Close.
Corner 10th St. and Commercial Av
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
33 II XT (9 IX
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
uow uiiaaus, uu.
Always on hand, the celebrated llluniliwtlns
Corner Elsvanth Street and Washing
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
r. o. xxttxixjisi,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bullatln Building, Corner Twelfth Street
and Washington Avonue,
KGonntT n4 Rullnmrl Wolk a ipteialty .
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholcwile and Itc-tall Dealers In
Foroign and Domostio
VINi:S OF Alii. KI2VHH,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
MF.SSIf SMITH A CO. lute ntljr
n large stock of the bt good, j" ' nmr
kit, noil glrlecUI attention ui ' lioU-auN
ranch of biulne
Ki fi'i.Y nn'iir.
.. I." ' ' "'" '
AMD DrULIR 1M
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Fiah, Egga, Northorn Butter, &c.
Betweon Washington and Commercial
tXfGo"l iKl fl free of charge.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
Hotel and Restaurant
Two door north of tbe Cairo anil Iriwnnn
WH. WETZEL. Proprietor.
ATIIL'STV watch Vcjit night ami day for
trains anil htimbouu
Uie Ivrst of accommodations for transient
gut at Tiro Dollars vtr day.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
THOMAS SPR0AT & SON,
WholeiwU and Ilctall Dealers In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KY.
At ITulen & Wllson'a, Corner Twalfth St.
una unio x.ovoe.
XXTK will inn an In- wagon throughout tlie
W .sramri, delivering iuie lake leu In any
,,-irr nf tl,r rliv nt tho Inupst m.irkft liriiv. Htlll
will aUofurni-h our frlcniN out. We the city ylth
to by the cuke or car loan, luckeu in -awnum
or sfiliuncnt to anv dUtance.
FITS CURED FREE
ANV iicrinn siiffrrliiK from the ahoe ill.fjfc
i rr(ttetel to aililivsi Ur l'l Ice ami h trial
llr Trice isn n'KUlHrihykhm, iinil has mmle
the trratnu-ni 01
a html v for rears.
anil he will warrant a cure liy
Dn'unt full to semi to him for a trial hottlei It
c uothlui,', ami he
WILL CURE YOU
So matter how lonir stanillnir your awe may
lie, or how many other H-molIes may lm
Circulars ami lesuineniau trni h hu
FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.
E. MAXWELL 6c CO.
RAILWAY MACHINERY and BUKNIHU
No. 61C North Main Street
ST. LOUIS, .MO.
latum Frm vrxmh plumbaoo ott
oms, 33 Mil tin. Ui!.ld.ilie. Corsir TvralftH. f3trt .i-.d
THE NEW SENATE.
THE OPINION OF A REPUBLICAN JOUR.
NAL ON THE NEW SENATORS.
A tr'iit liiiproveiniiil on llio Old In
Altmial Kwry luliilier.
Tlit' cniiiosltloii of lliu nvw Hnntn
;lu-4 troiiilu that It will be fully equal If
not HitM'rlor to It pri'dccc-wor in point
ol Intellectual calibre, practical experi
ence In political ull'iilrn. ami lcjfilatlu
nbilltv. In Delaware, .Maine, Ohio, ami
Veriiiont, there have been no ehuiinee.
.Mi-or. Hajanl, lliitullif, Thiirnmii. and
Kdiimml retulnliiK their isaatd. From
t'alilornla, Newton Booth, an Independ
ent ICepnlilicun, buueeed John H. linger,
Dciiincntt. Senator ltooth Is conceded
upon all sides to be one of the ablcil men
California has produced, and one of the
niO't popular, owln' to hi determined
opposition to inonotollc. ileha man
whom nl frleiiils belli-vc will take n
prominent position hi the Senate and ex
crche u powerful Inlliicnec. In which re
lied hu will ounid In marked contract to
liN predecessor, who hardly matle a rip
ple during his ojimecllon with that body.
The seat of the recently deceaH'd Senator
HitckliiKhain. lrom Connecticut, U tilled
by William V. Katon, rabid Democrat,
w'ho durhi; the war was an extreme
Copperhead. Without the politli, tlljf.
nlty,anilold-chooleotirtey tif Mr. Iluck
injr'liam, lielKTrpulcd tolM'ainuii of more
tliati ordinary ability, and a llr.t-cla- de
bater, and Improbably tliy ablet criminal
lawyer In Connecticut. He lias never
been In Coiij,'re- ,cforc. although he has
been a candidate for tlie Lower lloue
two orthrce tlm., tni.Jwa alway rejecti tl
hv the people, l'rom Florida, Ahllah
(Jllbert, a earM't-ba'cr. I ttucceeded liy
Cliarles W. done;-, n Con-ervatlve. In
re.-a'Ct to honesty, the change i a food
one. UeU.Hald to couittine the moral
and Intellectual rjuallllcaiiou which
should f o to make up a L'uiled State"
Senator. He Is one of the ablest lawyers
in Florida, and has been indorsed, by'the
lieiiubliciiu putiersot Unit Mate, althoUL'li
ic l- a iJctnocrai. n an iionesi, lair-muni-
cd man. who will till his seat with much
more credit than his predecessor, who
ha falleii;to make any prominent mark.
Indiana l represented by Joseph E. Mc
Donald, Democrat, who succeeds Daniel
D. I'ralt. The Tribune has already rcc
oulzcd Mr. .McDonald :i a strong man,
and onu who will be n decided Improve
ment upon Mr. Pratt in point of ability.
McDonald Is probably the soundest man
tbe Democrat of Indiana could have se
lected rrotn their ranks. With Morton upon
the one hand and McDonald upon the
other. Indiana will be well represented.
William 1'. Whvtc, he new Senator from
Maryland, is a (laltitnoro man, said to be
abler than his predecessor, Hamilton.wlio
was a dull man. Witlt Mr. Dawes, of
Mniachuetti, who succeed- Mr. Wash
burn, although he virtually 1111s Mr. Sum
ner's seat, the country Is well acquainted
through his long and active service In the
House. Ho has not Mr. Sumner's na
tional reputation, nor Ms brilliant schol
arship and powers of oratory, but ho Is a
man of treat political exterieiice. and
tlioroUL'lilv versed hi Congressional busi
ness. .Mr. Chandler, of Michigan, who
has been In Congress very long, anil had
made him-elf repugnant to many men In
his own party, yields his seat to 1. 1
Cliristlancv. who has Urn a -.moderate
though steadfait ltepublican in principle,
altliotigu lie ua uiucrui iroiu uie ti
mliiistrallou in his views of some leading
measures. JIo na been upon tlie su
preme liencii ot .Michigan lor nearly
twenty year, anil hl decisions have com-
mantiou wine intention ior uieir sinci au
hesion to the Constitution and the law. Al
though so long upon the bench, ho has
not ben without political experience,
having been a prominent member of the
old Flee Soil party, a prime mover hi tlie
organization of the ltepublican parly,
and the editor of a political paper. His
igo and experience, Ids Intimate knowl
diro of constitutional law, and his ster
ling qualities ot character, will make
hlni one of the leading men In the new
Senate. .Mr. Jlitm-ey, of Minnesota, alto,
irlves nlaco to another Supreme Judge ol
long experience, S. J. It. McMillan, hav
ing Deeli upon me oencii uie same ienj:iu
ol time as Jutigo Christlancy, but he has
not had the same political experience a
the latter. -Mr. Itauisey was retired In
Minnesota fer the same reason that Mr.
Chandler was retired in Michigan, tlie
teoplo were tired ot hlni, and there can
)o no doubt that the change will be an
Improvement. In MUl-lppI, tin oillce-
eek iil' citrnci-jatrircr. iienrv r.. reuse,
las given place to a negro named ltranch
v. Ilruce. Tho latter was formerly a
slave. After tho war ho was employed
!i a steamboat norter. then went to
school at Obcrlin. anil Dually woiked his
way to .Mississippi, where ho was np
no uteil siierm iv uov. iVlcuru. ami scr'
i-ii with honor. Previous to t lis ho had
been appointed Scrgeant-at-Arnis ot the
lloue oi liepreseuiaines oi in.u ,i.iie.
Notwithstanding the matter ot color,
Mlssissinnl has a better Senator In till
Senate than site had In the last. Missouri
has sustained a severe loss. Carl Scliurz,
thy ablest and most eloutlellt debater of
the Senate, ami one of tlio foremo-t of
American statesmen, elves place to
mere mediocrity, Frank M. Cockrell,
whoso principal accomplishment seems
to b i that ho was a General in tlio Con
federate service, and Is a bitter, rabid
Bourbon. .Mr. Tipton, ot Nebraska, has
lost his place bv Ins apostacv to tho Ho
nubllcau party, and Algernon S. Pad
dock, a firm sunnortcr ot lleimbllean
principles, ami a man of pronounced In
tellectual ability and moral Integrity, tills
his place, tie win no an improvement
on Tipton In every respect. Stewart, ot
Nevada, Is succeeded by illiam Sharon,
a man af great pecuniary liilhienco on
tlio Pacific slope, by reason
of his overshadowing wealth
acquired by mining speculations.
Whether he win do an improvement on
Stewart remains U be seen. Hols classed
as a Republican. Ho niid Jones will be
tho two richest men in the Senate, though
thov represent tho fewest constituents of
any Senators. There arc less than -10,000
Inhabitants in Nevada, being no more '
than some of the wards in Chicago. In
Now Jersey, Gov. Randolph takes tho
place ol fcjtocKion; uotn aro Democrat.
Tlio now Senator, however, is much abler
thnu tlio outgoing Senator, and far more
ofa partisan, una less liberal mid fair
minded. Ho sees everything through
oli Uourbon spectacles. Mr. Conkllng,
of New Vork, will have ior his colleague
Francis Kernan, who has served ouo
term in the Lower House. Ho owes his
seat In tho Senatototholnlluenco of Tam
many, although he Is reputed to
bo a man ot unimpeachable char
acter and sterling InUgrlty, uu powse
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1875.
a'lllltlM of a hlL'h onlcr. Ills champion
ship In nil election win little to his credit,
but no one doubts hi ability. l'ennyl.
vnnla places in the scat of John Scott,
who was a very fair man, a professional
politician of the pot-houe sort. Ho U
known as "Collcc-Pot" Wallace, on ac
count ol some fraudulent naturalization
busings In which he was mixed tip. Ho
Is also a professional railroad lobbyist or
unirnx rnnl reputation, and withal Is a vi
olent partisan, although a man of conh.
erablo ability and n forcible speaker.
With Gen. Ambrose K. Ilnrnsidi!. or
Hbodo lland, and ex-l're'ldciit Andy
Johnson, of Tentuscc, the country
are r.itnlllar. oth are bold, fear
less men In their expre?loti ot opinion,
the one u-Iiadlcal Republican, the.
other, n Kadloal Johnson man." Flan
nirati, of Texa. yields his uat to Maxey.
a Democrat of nil I to moderate ability.
The Vleksburj,' Herald says of him : "If
the Democracy ol tho country Is des
tined to defeat, wo know no surer means
or tirliiulntf about such a result than by
the election or men like Gen. Maxey. '
Or ItolR-rt K. Withers, the Senator Iroin
Virginia, in place or John F. Lewis, yvc
know hut little, except that he was Jtuh
el Ijeutenaiit-Governor of that State,
mid, we believe, al-o was an olllcer in the
Confederate army. Wet. Virginia sends
A. '1'. Caperlon, who represented his
State (Old Virginia) in tho Confederate
Coiif res, and represented to be a fair
man hi mot n-pects. Wisconsin
has retired Matt Carpenter, one
ot tho mo-t brilliant men In
Contrress. hut unreliable and reckless,
nun piawu in in"! ciiair vuyu wurciuni
whr.iH' record 1" that of an able, honest, I
1. ., I I.. t. ....... ...t..
aiiii Uinni man. no a soumi mjer. ,
1 liesu illlillllies lll HKlhU llliiuim- nil iiuv
lack In brilliaiiev he mav exhibit III com
parison with hi? more showy predeces
sors. As a whole, the Senate has not
sutlered ill the changes which have been
made. On the other hand, It ha gained
in honest r and Integrity, though in point
of ability "it has received no acoisslons
which can compare wltli Hchurz and Car
penter. The "troiigeH of lie new men Is
Andy Johu-ou, but then he is an old sta
ler, who has swunjr the circle clear
round from the tailor's bench to the
White Hou-e : and is now swinging It
n;raln from the poitlon of an ahnot Im
Ieachcd I'residcnt to a seat in tlio Sen
ate. Witty HIiiiHi iriiiiil the rnmcof Wit III
Il'rom tho New Vork Tlmci.
Mr. Cox knows the value of personal
interest In a debate. He does not contluo
himself to general pilucipies. For in
stance, on Saturday, February 20. the
Tariff was before the Houe. Mr. Field,
whols a sort of Mlchlgau-I'eunsylvaiiian,
ltad lseen defending tlie tarill on woolens.
Mr. Cox addressed him a follows:
I love to hear him. He reminds mo of
nature. Sweet fields arrayed In living
green, and rhers of delight. Mr. Field
wears a green coat. He manufactures
cloth. Compare my clothes with his own.
1 bought these clothes in Canada for
Mr. Dawes And smuggled them In.
Mr. Cox I got.au Amerlcati.tatlor to
do my work.
Mr. Cox The gentleman says he
get an American tailor to uo Ids work!
Mr. Field And a Michigan one, sir.
Mr. Cox I get my clothes to suit mo
bv tbe laws of llbertv and sense. Now.
keep still, or I will take your clothes olf
And then Mr. Cox launched Into a
brief exhortation on free trade, and
subsided with the remark that he "had an
swered three members In live minutes,
and was happy." Our readers may say
that this was not parliamentary
eloquence. It was not, but ft
was not ttar amcntarv suiniuitv
either, ami If our readers were doomed to
read the record dally anil In detail, they
would know how to" appreciate even tills
not very polished wit. Mr. Cox i not
only in his way funny himself, but he
make- others funny in their way.
,v lew nays later, Mr. lowiiscnu a
Pennsylvania!! hung on Mr. Cox's
clothes-hook sonic remarks that are ut
terly foreign to tlio usual Pennsylvania
stvle. He described .Mr. Cox a his bu
colic Iriend Iroin tho agricultural regions
of Wall street and parts adjacent, where
they raise bulls and bears and various
other kinds of agricultural cattle."
Illeil Suililrnly uf lleurt lllsnisr.
How common Is tho announcement.
by this iital inalaily. 'ihlsUI'tnso gercr
ii fly hu lis origin In Impure blood tilled wl'h
ltatlnz. tuiUon u material', whli'li. eir-
culath) throu.M the heart, Irr rate its deli
cate tU-ues. Thoindi the Inflation may nt
tir-tbu only slight, producing a lit le pilpl
putlou or irrottilariiitlon, or dull, heavy, or
s arp.d il'tlug pains; ye' by an I by ho il-.
eascbecotn s llrnily eeatcd, an- inllammi
tlon orhypcrtiophy, or thickening ot ho
lining membrane or ol tlio vslvo 1 pro
duced. Ilo wiu to give un cirly attcn
thin to a eus' of this Kind. I'nmittiral or
tlirob'iltig pain In the re .don nt tlie heart
should "Hill timi one mat all is not riiriu,
ami ll 5 on would preserve It Uom further
d s as , you must help It u beat rlgntly by
the Use ol such remedy as will remove the
e una ol tlit trou lie. Ue Dr. l'i rc-'s
(io den Mcdloa) Discovery beforo tli dis
ease has lit'com . too sea'ed. an l it will, by
ItsLT'ut blood iiurifviiiir and wnn.ierlul
regulating properties, elled a peifei t cure.
'tcontulnsinedlc.il qualities thala't ipec
lrlc .11 v uneii ihe tUiiieN of the heir), bring
ing abotiL a hvulthv notion. Sold by ail
llr-t-cla.s I) ugg'st".
11EAHT DISEASE CURED.
ltOCKPOItr. Sponcr Co., ml., Fob. 1st, '74
Dr. It. V. Pinner.. Hutlalo, .N. Y. :
About two ye ire ago I w nlllicted with
n iit.eiivn nt Hi . lm irt. u'lihh at 1 1 mo- crea
ted u pressure around It, almost causing
till cation. I mw at ailvertlnemniil ot
vrnir r.r,i. 1..11 Mnitinii Discovery, iccoin
inenolng the saino as a euro for tho disease
of tho heart. I then bought hilt a dozen
lint I lau ii f i, nml .tier u-lng three bottles 1
was entirely relieved and am how enjoying
kuuu iiuaiiu. v....v-.. j -
Dot. Socond and Fourth Stroots,
Wholeialc and Retail Dealer In
Berliner Weiss Beer,
Soltzor and Soda Water, Etc
w-1 i...v- lf-riia k hravv dock on hand, an
Is pit-pared to furnlnh full supplies ou very uliort
nollce, at the loiitat rol. ....,
Stud In your orderii , 1 5-a-lm
I uol. !;.'. "Ilk
wttU-4 fw t anr ob u. I
Klaul C.Wo.U Wllml niBl. Ill IIIIHI
Xtim miM as, mi ftwr, m ib a
Woj - U.lii.frto - a. Al-onu,
P. C. CANEDY. Prosldont.
HENRY WELLS, Vice-President.
Capital Stools $100,000.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, MARCH 1, 1S7S.
Tho abovo Bank, organized undor tho lato Banking Law of Illinois,
commenced regular Banking businoss this day, and Tb proparod to re
coivo Doporiit8, buy and soil Gold, Silver, Government Bonds, and Ex
chango on tho principal Cities in tho United States, Collect or Discount
Sight and Time Bills, in short do a concral banking businoss.
FOllEIGN EXCHANGE lor salo in sums to suit on Germany, Eng
land, Ireland, and other countries.
PASSAGE TICKETS for sale to
Intorcst allowod on denositq in
ions promptly attended to and remitted for on tho day collected, at
ubuui rutcs 01 jxenango. i.'atronago
ItiTrr to anr State odlrrr, Ilaulttr, or other old
inauiKsun, inumim. .ieo, Hon. l.dHanl Ittltz,
Col U W.McKBAKi, UKNIt Y WELL?,
W. II. WILcoX, 0. M. S HITIl,
K. HL'DKIt. T.s.WOOD.
J. 0 WIII'IT, I'. ('ANKl)V,
T.J. KKIITII, I). I,, 1MIII.I, VS,
.11. 1 -Altl.r.11,
I.. H. ADAM-,
J. (Mli ni.S,
J. Y. CLKM-SUN,
T.P. Wm.(!, In.l.k'r Having Il.ink, iiirinelielU, Illinois.
CM. Malth. of C. M Mnltli A Co,, "
J. If. Dubois, l.ate Auilitnrul state, " "
l. I.. I'lilllps. I'roii I I. sjtuo J unial, "
Hon Win. Jayne, M. D., " "
I.. H. Adiin-, Lawyer I'.S 0 mid N. I'. " "
It V. Johtist II, A- S e'y ol State, " "
II L. Vanhoir. with Thayer i Co.. '
J. . ltcese, c crk to ne.v ii' state, " "
1. (J. Ca edv. Ititlieil Merelnnt
K, I.. Merrill, ol J llnoi, fivn lteglter, "
C. Vat, Nn strand, Farn or. Saiig.inou Co., HI.
Henry W Is, I, to of Nnt'l II mk. JCI-lmr Sun. I
II. K. iVnieioy. Lite Cash r lt Nnt'I Ilank, K,inns City, Mo.
J. Y. Cli'insnii. .M-rcli mt, Calclnnlii, II .
H. K. Potter, 1'iop Mund city 'II j Jmirnal
O. W. Mclfealc, Liwvernnii Postmaster, Cairo, Illinois.
I'eter Nell', .Merchant '1'allor, " "
Wm. Luii-rit n, otnniN Ion Mcrelunt, " "
M .1. Mi'Oauley, Druggist, " "
Wnlker.t NellK Dry Docks, "
John Midor, IlullUer "
U. O. I'allsr A Co., Merehsnts, " "
II. H". Ilowen; (!enerl Job l'rintor, " "
II. F. Parker, Painter anil Con ractor, " "
11. A. heclock A Co., Coinm'ii Merc't", ' "
Hon. C. Wln.toti, Member LeKislnturo, " "
J. 0. Huel, ih'k Hook Manul'r and Hinder, " "
T. J. Krth. Late Hardware Merchant, " "
A. llallev. Hurduarc Mcr,'lmnt. '
H-nry Klchhotl, Furniture Dealer,
A. J evkel, S iloniilt,
Jocph Smith. Miles, Fur". Iron, Aro,,
Parker ,t Axley. Comtn'n Merch'ts
O. It. Newlind. (!a F tter, 1'ltltnbcr, Ac,
0. Lancaster ol L. .t Ulce. I.umbcrmeu,
A. Lewi-, with Ayera & Co ,
K. & W. Huder. Manufacturing Jcwelcri,
D. Lntnpert, llarber,
J. C. Wnlte, Insuranso AKent,
W. H. Wllcos, Grocer.
ltud. llebnekcr. Iltker,
John McNulty, Hardware Merchant,
W. Trl.'g, Uroiier,
T. LcwD, Late Msnatrer I Jfe Insurance Co.,
WM. GLENN & SONS.
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
MMENSE STOCK! GREAT VARIETVi! LOW PRICES !
COFFEE Rio, Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR New Orleans, Hard and Soft Refined.
SYRUP New Orleans and Eastern.
TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS.
Finest Assortment in the West
AND DKALKIM IN
Provisions,FloiuGrain, Seeds, DriedFruit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
68, 70, and 72 Vine Street, CINCINNATI.
wiioij sai.i: iitm i;its.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO,
57 Ohio Lovoo.
II A Thorns.
L D. Thorn.
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Successors to H M ltulen,)
And dcalera In
STAPLE AND FANCY
Fortdirn and Domeatlo Fruits and Nuts
181 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 7 OHIO LEVEE.
OPKCIAL attention (lTQ toovnilfnmwiU aud
P filing orrtm,
TnOMAS LEWIS, Cashier.
T. J. KERTH, Ass't CaHhier.
or from different parts of Europo or
tho SavineH Donartmont. Collect
clllien of Siirlnitltclil. Illinois, or resilient of
Lite Inusunr of the shite of Illinois, Jlellevllle.
JIISSK If. Dt'HOIS,
K. , MKititrrr.
nv.xi. i:8tati: ac;i:n r.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO
CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Airenta of tho Illinois Central and
liurllnKton ami uuinoy H. it.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levee,
'Tho Best Thing in tho West."
Mriiksn, Topslca & Sinli Fes I H.
Xj -t. 3T 3D J3
Of the beat FarmttiK and Agricultural Ijinds In
America, eltuatnl In and near the beautiful
Cottonwood and Oreat Arkansa vnlleji, the
gardeuof Ihe Went, on
11 Years' Credit, with 7 per oent. Inter
est, ana uu per ceni. uiicoubi
F A It II II k r V N I i: n
To imrchaser of Land.
Cl-Clrculura, with map, giving mil Infornuv
,l0U,.,ntrm. Addr.A h JOUJ(oX,
Aoting Lnl Cmm4Mlonfr, Touli, Kn
TlTlIiMAM R. SMITH, M. D.
RESIDENCE. No 31 Thirteenth 8lret, U
'.ween Washington avtntie and Wtlnat itrttt.
OFKlCEi North slil! of Eighth Mrwt bo
twrn Conimcrcliil ami Washington atenue
W. DUNNINO, M. D.
Comer Nlalh anil Walnut
OKFICK. Corner SIxUi stitet and Ohio Lerte.
OFFICK HOUHS FromOa.m. to Um., and
JR. W. BLATJW,
OFKICKi llttiler's lllock, (up-italrs) . corner
Klghth atrret and Waihlngton arenue
TOH2T H. MULKEY,
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE! EIkIiUi Street, ltwcstn Commer
cial and Washington avenuea.
Attorney at JLnw.
OFFICK: Ohio leree, over room formerly
occupittl by Vim National Hank,
AttorneyN nml CouiiHclorM
OFFICK; Ohio Ivte, rooms 7 and a over
City National Hank,
William If fireen, )
William Jl (illbrrt, CAIItO ILLINOIS.
MIlcaFrH'k Uilbert J
Q.ipeelnl attention glren to Admiralty and
Fon 1875 op
( Seeds! Plants!
lumplcmcnts, Fertilizers, etc.
N umbertne I "3 pages and containing 11 vo
txauHul colored plattt, mailed on receipt
Catalogue, without plates, fire to alL
35 Cortlandt St.,
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds bard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, Sta
Mill and Yard,
Comer Thirty-Fourth Streot and
Between WaahlnRton and Commercial
Wholesale, Retail and
m 33 loo
Corner Poplar and
ifflrmchcBt CnahPrico paid for
IIous and Cattle
C. N. HUGHES,
Over Utthnii fc UU'i.
Flrt'Cla Cominlta rtpre
S AFFORD, MORRIS
City National Bank Building, np-italil.
The Oldest EatabUs'aed Agency In South
rn IlUaols, represeattns; OTir