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0. D. Arter ., W 8lewart,
ARTER & STEWART.
(Successor; to I) After A Co
GROCERS
Commission Merchants
No. 113 Oommoroial Avenue,
CAIRO, ILLS.
Bristol & Stilwell,
FAMILY '
GROCERS
Keep everything pertaining to
tho lino of Btnplo and Fancy Gro-
2crlos. Woodonwarc. Vceotablcs.
Ot
Fruits, 4:o., &c.
Boanless Kodfisch,
Irish. Sopo,
Prest Korn'J Beaf,
Grayam and Milk Krackcrz,
Garden & Flour Seedz,
Stewdant, Rgand and awl kinds
LAMP OHIMNEZ,
Wix & Burnerz,
Pewor Kalifornya Hunny,
HOPZ, TAX, WAX & SAUZ,
FLOWERING BULBS
On Stvlo.
A ZXorso for Sale.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
VAinirrY isTom:.
New-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
IN TIIE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Oornor 10th St. and Commercial Av
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
PAI.NTAXU HUM.
B. F. PARKER,
Dealer In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
BnusnBS.
iVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
aow annaos, oio.
Alwaya on hand, ttie celebrated Illuminating
AUItOKA Olli.
TQx'ossssi'
Comer Eleventh Street and Washing-
ion Avemio
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
jr. o. iiuuiiS,
PROPRIETOR.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
Bulletin Butldlnir, Corner Twelfth Street
lit i i' kii ir.r Lmj
and Washington Avenue,
Oo.iro, XlllxxoiM.
0CowutT ml Railroad WoV a specialty.
! ' Ode, Dvallotln. 3QaA1A1hc, Comot "3?-wltl. Ctrosst .n.A Waa7i1ncton. A.-von.via'.
VOL. 7. CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, MARCH 14. 1875. NO. 72.
r.KlVOtt DEAl.KRH.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale Mid Retail Dealers In
Foroign and Domostio
LIQUORS
AMD
WLi:N OF AIA KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Leveo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
Liti? csstii rn tiat-d ntitlv
. Urite tock of the best good. In tin- Itutr-
J.ct, unci glvceper.lal attention to 1 iiuiil
ranch or the business
NIIPPI.Y Ii:iMIT.
VALENTINE RESCH,
Steamboat, Hotol and Family
SUPPLY DEPOT
Avn CKALrn I
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
POULTRY,
Fish, Eggs, Northern Buttor, &c.
Eighth Street,
Between Waahlnicton and Commercial
Avenues.
KJ(joeds. dd tered ff of charge.
SAM WILSON,
BEALIH IK
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, fco.
No. 110
Olxlo liOVOO.
llOTl'.I.N.
ST. NICHOLAS
Hotel and Restaurant
No. 122
COMMERCIAL avenue
Two doors north of the Coiro ami Vlnosnnes
radruau aepot.
WH, WETZEL. Proprietor.
A TRUSTY watch lept night and day for
trains and st'ainboats.
TJie best of BrcoinmoiUtlons for transient
guests at Two DuIIur tier lUy.
IE.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
o
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Wholesale and Itctall Dealers In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, ICY.
CAIRO OFFICE t
At Ilulen & Wilson's, Corner Twtlrth St.
ana unto .evee.
Wi: will; mil an Ice wagon throughout the
Season, delivering pure lake Icotn any
Iwrt or the city at the lowest market price, ana
will also furnish nur friemU outside the city with
ce.br the cake or cur load, tucked In sawdust
orahlimicnt tuunv dlstuncr.
riTH.
UTS CURED FREE
ANY person suffering from the above disease
Is rtiuestcd to address Hr I'rirc awls trial
buttle of his medlelne will be forwarded FREE
l)r l'riee in a regular physician, und lias made
the treatment of
FITS OR EPILEPSY
a study for year, and lie will warrant a cure by
Hie use oi in' rcmeiiy
Ho not fall to send In him fora trial bottle; It
cutis notliiuif, anu nc
WILL CURE YOU
.ll lUlllItT II"" I'm, """""'ft i, Z. J
be. or how many ulher jenicdlea may hae
matter how long standing your cae may
luueii ti.
Circulars and testimonial' em nun
FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.
Address
DR. CHAS. T. PRICE
New York.
tra-O-M.dAwly
E. MAXWELL & CO.
Dealers In
RAILWAY MACHINERY md BURNING
tjoiLSjjr
No. G16 North Main Streot
ST. LOUIS, ;mo.
AGENTS FOR FREKQB PLUKBAOO OILS
lie
SHu ttUf.iin.
IN MEMOEIAM.
tComiio'nl for J. Ctoonait, and DMIrated to the
Memory Of "l'oor Old Ginger.")
nr d. m. f.ntvK.
Only a leaf, but trampled and torn,
Wafted afar from It! parent stem)
Where onre in the glow of the early mom,
It sparkled aloft, an cm'rnld gem.
Now sere and blighted, n Wither'd thlng
Towed by the wild wind o'er the lta.
0! mem'ry sad, ot a Jnyfnl SprlnK,
That clothfl In lanty enttti, flower and trw.
Only a doff) yet faithful and tnie
t!o, range ye the wide earth o'er and o'er,
His eipial ye ne'er may hope to rlew,
Through Its conflnel hroad from shore to shore.
It nt cold and stiff Ilea hU lifeless clay, .
In lonely ft,rtrnntlt a garden mound;
Fmtn a puppy's hour to lilt dying day, '
A creature of beauty, a peerless hound
Shall I mourn the loss of n soulless brute,
I'erlshcd from earth and foreter gone?
My heart Still gileves, though my Hp are mute,
As mcm'ry dwells o'er his dying rnonn.
Ills eager step shall no more be seen,
.Venting his birds through dale and woodi
Norhls imtrhtess form in llramomlng'sgleain,
I'oltit tteady, us only Old (finger could.
Neer again hall his footnlepi rove,
When Spring blos'oms forth with It flowery
plumes,
When loft zephyrs sigh through each woodland
grote,
All fragrant with sweet ierfume'.
When opening buds of Ihe wild wood roe,
llright btoAiomtng gems of the morning air,
Shed fragnint strict with enehbreezethatblons
Through the gleam of Its foliage fair.
Nerermore fhsll he spring to Keltey's call,
As he hunts his game by vale and rlreri
Ills gun may rest on the mouldering wall,
l or Old Olnger hath nus'd and gone forever,
Smile If you will, but publish It wide,
trailer the ncw urrr land and sea,
Old (linger was whato'er might lutlde
A faithful companlou to me.
lt the cynical world sneer at my woe,
This thought no it to me has been gUen,
Though dinger's old hones lie burled lielow,
Yet his spirit has fled to its heaven.
CAinn, HI., Keu. llh, 1.
ROUND-ABOUT.
(From the Coulrter-Jonmsl
I.
I.onunvlty unit I.uwyer.
The ftverasclorgcvlty of lawyers, It Is
generally c needed by the Mallstlelans 1
neater thin that of any other profession or
class. The cw York World fives noine
forcible instnncca which are extant of Intel
lectual strength anil clearness prolocKcd to
an advanced a,'C oouncrtcil with emlui'iit
lawyers : "Isocraies lived more than a
hundred years Cicero dwells ilellglitlu'ly
upon the o'd barristers ot liU time, tclll g
how Cethcus was ftttdylni; oratory at
eiKlity, and Is. Crassus scarclilus out the
civil law. The French Chancellor Tclllcr
tudicd logic !n order to enrry on burlo-quc
controversies in barb.tra with hia grand
children, ilrougham, one ol tho (Jlnnctl-
lots ineutloned above, was ninety-four
when he died ; Lords I'.ldon and Jliin-Uuld
both touched ninety ; and, II wu mistake
not, Ilerrynr dl 1 o too. In tlilt country
ilohn Aiinmi mrvlvcil to be ninety-one,
Charles Carroll lived to tho a'o ol ninety
11 o, Kent was el'Hty-four, John 1'Ickcrlng
eighty-four, Jciieronelghty-three, 31adt-on
cifhty-tlve, John Jay eighty-lour, John
Quln:y Ad uni (who would not bo vlt'sed
among lawyers, however) elghty-anc, and
Chicl Justice Marshall eighty, wlilcli nge
Chief Justice Tatioy exceeded by cven
years."
II.
Trstliituiilnl to Itoiirlrault,
There was n pleasant little interlude at
WiulackN Theater, New York, Saturday
night, during the pcrformanco of H 'tic
caultV'Shaugbrauii." Tho houo waslllled
from pit to dome, and between the tecond
and third acts Mr, llouclcaul t v is presented
with a statuette representing hlin In the
character of ('onn, with bis dog "Tatter,"
by a commlttco appointed by Iho donors.
Tho prcscn atlon speech wait nude by
Judge John It. llrady, who stated that the
testimonial was one In which the psopln ol
tholind Irom lloston to Savannah and Irom
Now York to San Kranciso had bcfged to
unito. Mr. Ilouelcault .hen made a pleas
ant littlo speech, accepting the gift, uudtho
curtain (ell. The work chosen by the com
mittee for presentation to Mr. iioiiu'cuult Is
Roger' new group of tin Shnughraun,"
which Is destined to rival In popularity his
"Hip Van YV'lnklo." At nn artistic produ
tlon tho 'Snaughraun" Is Mid to be tho
more eiToctlvo ol tho two. Conn 1 rep'c
sented seated on tho stump ol a tree teach
ing bl famous dog "Tatters" to go through
tho manual o' aims. Tho dog Mioutdcr
tho bow of Conn's fiddle, which Instruin-nt
that amusing individual holds In his telt
hand. Tho dog Is seated on his lintmchos
and listens, with comic gravity, to the In
structions of li's master. Tho statuette was
pliced ou a neat base of Irish bog oak,
which was slmplo and tasteful. A laro
silver plate let Into tho base bo-o tho In
scription, "From tho Irish-American, resi
dents of iNow lork, In recognition ol tho
servlcot his literary and iirtlstl.i work havo
been to Ireland and tho Irish people." At
tho conclit'lon of tho presentation ceremo
nies tho company adjourned loDcImonlco's,
where an elegant Innquot was given In
honor ol the dlstliiguishe! playwright and
actor.
"It Is laid that a Cleveland beggar re
cently took In $33 In n single day." So
very nearly successful an attempt to bank
rupt tho city would seem to demniul tho
notice of tho police.
n l sBl
AMERICAN CARDINAL.
Ttie IHftnlty 'onrerrs-l Upon Arch
Illsliii .TlctlxiUcy.
.New York lieratd
According to nrivlcc front Koine thy
Pope litis at ln.t ruiolvctl to confer tin
dijrnltyor cartllniil upon nn A inr-rlcsiii
na-lalo. Tlivre will ws a consistory at
KxiUt, and atiioiio; thu new cardinals will
be Ur. .Manning, ArcIiblMioti of West
minster, and thu licatl of the Catholic
C'liiircliln Kiuil.md, and Dr. .McClokcr,
ArclibMiop of Now York, who, if this
nuwti proves true, will bccoincllie head of
the Cfiurcli In America. Although the
atiioIiitincnt or I)r .McCloskey to this
IiIkIi place lias not Iieeii ollicinlly nn
notiiiccd, the liitclllKcnco conies to m
with fii) many nsittraticcs of truth and
with io many contlrmatory circiitixtnu
ecu that We are disposed to accept It, to
congratulate thu Catholic Church upon
this mark of Pontifical cotiildcncc and
the venerablu prelate who has to long
presided over the Church In Saw York
upon lieintr tho llr.t prelate In thn stmcri
can Church who has ever rer-elvcd the
hhrhest olllce In the ulft of the Pope.
The act of Ills Holiness, hi making' this
appointment 111 he received with uni
versal tatlsfactlon by the American jm-o-ple,
without regard to their faith. The
tact that hi Ihe award of episcopal distil
tie.' to the American clergy the olllce of
cardinal has never h'en Ixftowed, Is ln
can(j the llomati See has always regard
ed the Church In the I'lilltd t'atc ih it
miislonary cntcrprNe, like the Church In
Xew Zealand and Australia. This h
been true for the larger part of our na
tional exhtence. Nothing could be mure
unwise nr unucccpvary than to nominate
a cardinal to a rude, w lid, freh coiintrj-,
without meaiie to support It dignity. A
titles go in foreign lands the olllcu of car
dinal H us high as that of
a duke or a prince. Hut
thl? objection died away as the country
grew In projperltv and wealth. Ne.w
York I more of n Catholic city than Lon
don, and rpille as able to siHLaln it rat'
dlual. The Church In this country Is
rich, powerful and loyal to the Pope.
Americans felt that it was rather a re
proach to America that cardinals thould
ou given to Ireland mid England, while
here, where the Church H Mrongcr and
a; faithful In allegiance, the olllce should
not be permitted. This feeling grew
when it was seen that Ills Ilollne.-n could
make a cardinal nut ot a young and rath
er indifferent prict because he was the
cousin of Emperor Napoleon. Tho criti
cism was made that Vatican Inl1ucnce.s
surrounded the Pope and led him to se
lect cardinal, from Italian priests; that
Italian families ruled the Holy See; that
what we. In our political dialect,
call a "ring," had been formed, and
that, perhaps, our Kcpublican form of
government ruled us out of the good
grace? of a Po? who had been an actual
monarch most of his life, and who claim
ed to be a monarch now. Consequently
thu nomination of an American cardinal
removes these fears, and glws America,
in Catholic eyes, the rank accorded to
the greatest nations of the earth.
1th this view of the case the nomina
tion of an American cardinal will bo
welcomed by men of every creed. Catho
lics III be glad to feel that the honor
lias fallen upon Dr. McCloekey. He will
administer the duties of Ills Illustrious
station with honor anil high repute, with
the best regard for the lnterets of the
Church and for the tame of his nathe
laud.
Died Siidileiily of Heart Dlwenvc.
How common Is the announcement.
Thousands lire suddenly swept Into eternity
br till' fatal malady. This dl-eiiio gener
ally has lis origin in Impure blood tilled wi h
ir.ltatlng, pol-on u material, whieli, cir
culating throu.'ii the heart, frrlrate lis deli
cate ti'tucs. Though the Iriitatlou may at
tlr.-tbe only slight, producing a lit le ptlpl
patlon or Irreuilnr action, or dull, heavy, or
sasrp.d fling pains; yet by and by ihe'ills
case becom tlrmly seated, nu t Inflamma
tion or liypertiopby, or thickening of ihe
lining membrane or ol tho valve is pro
duced. How wise to give an oirly atten
tion to a case of this kind. Unnatural or
throbbing pain In tho re Jon ot the heart
should adm lil'h ottd that nil Is not right,
nudlfyou v ouid preserve it Irom further
il'seas', you must help It to beat rightly by
the use ol such a remedy as will remove the
C'UPoot the trou ile. Uso Dr. l'ltrco's
(io den Medical Discivcry beforo thn dis
ease lias becoma too scaled, and It will, by
Its great blood purifying and wonderful
regubitlni: properties, elfeel a peifcct euro,
it contains medical qualities that an spec
lflctlly upuu the tissues of tho hesrt, bring
ing about a heulihy notion. Sold by oil
llrst-du-H Dltl'.'L'IsK
HEART DISEASE CURED.
RocKPOItr, Spencer Co., Ind Feb. 1st, '74.
Dr. It. V. I'ikuce, Huflalo, N. Y. i
About two years ago 1 wis afflicted with
a dlacaso ot thi hcirt, which at times crea
ted a pressure around it, almost causing
full cation. I saw an advertisement o
your Ooldcn Medic il Discovery, recom
meaning tho same as a euro for the disease
ofthc heart. I then bought lit If a dozen
bottles of it, and titer Using three bottles 1
was entirely relieved mid urn how enjoying
good healtu, Oratelully yours,
Vitus Kili.iax.
Sheriff's Sale.
H'Tlrlueof an Execution to me llreeteil by
he Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alexander
County, in the Mate of Illinois, In favor of Al
fred Jl. tviirord, a'slgnec of Alexander II Irvln
and against John II. Ilrown. 1 have levied up
on the following deacribcii pruiwrty, In the
County of Alexander and Mate oi Jlfliioii, to
wltt All the right , title and Interest of said .Ihn
II. Ilrown. in and to the Nortlmeit quarter of
the SotiihHestiiuartei of Section Ihlriy-onc (.11),
In Township ilfleen (13) South, and In Itango
one (I) west of the third 1' SI ,"lso Woe kj num.
Iwred one (I), two (-), three , tour (t) Ave
(SI. six (6),seven (7) mid eight (?) In Ihe town of
Unity In nald county and Mate, a; the property
of Kali) John II. Ilrown. which I shall offer at
I'ubllc Sale at the Soutn-west tloor nf the Court
House, In the City or Culm, In thu County ot
Alexander und htato of Illinois on the tourlh
(till) day of .Match, A. I) . 1S75, at the hour of
eleven o'clock, A. M. , for rush, to satlsly said
Kxccullon. ALKX 11. lltVlS,
Sheriff nf Alexander County, Illinois.
Cairo, Ilia., February Mh, leTA.
In pursuance of the foregoing notice of sale, I
this day oUeitsl the real estate therein described
for side, uud theie lielng no bidders Ihe sale was
therefore adjourned until the SKth day or Starch
Instant, at the sumo place ami llnie.
M.V.K. II I II V IN, Sheriff.
Cnlro, IIU, March 4lli, I5.
42-3-5-llt-3t.
ShorilT'B Sr.le.
BY virtue ortno certain executions to me
directed by the Clerk of Ihe Circuit l ourt
of Alexander county. In the Male of Illinois, In
favor of Hie Southwestern Insurance loinpany
lorlhc use or John 4 llurin.in. Itecelyer and
it' i ah. .....1 II Wfitsnn Wehli. I
have levied upon the followlnK descrllied prop
erty, In Iheciivor Cairo, county of Alexander
anil Male of Illinois, to-wu im inuiiuriisi
(). In block numbered twenty n ne (W). as tho
iii...impiu nr .h....l,l ,1 U'liUnn ebb. wh en I
elmll offer at puhllo sale at the southwest door
of Hie Court dome, In the city nf Cairo, In the
county of Alexander anil statu ni Illinois, uu inu
atstday of .March A. I), at the hour of
eleven O'clock in. i ior can, tu " '
executions. , .' 5. ,A
Slierllf of Alexander County, Ills.
Cairo, Ills. , March II, Ifla. i-.js-w
ullettit.
Wl. GLENN & SONS.
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
IMMENSE STOCK! GREAT VARIETY.! LOW PRICES!
COFFEE Rio, LaRuayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR New Orleans, Hard and Soft Refined.
SYRUP New Orleans and Eastern.
TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS.
Finest Assortment in the West
A MO
Commission Merchants,
AND DKALKKM IS
Provisions,Flour,Grain, Seeds, DriedFruit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
68, 70, and 72 Vine Street, CINCINNATI.
s-3--im
COMMISSION .Mi:itCIIA.TS.
C. CLOSE,
General
Commission Merchant;
JVSD hKALEII l.H
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
HAIR, Sic.,
Under City National Bank.
T WII.T. sell in car-load lots at manufacturers
sell in car-load I
, adding Freight.
jl price.
WOOD
RITTENHOUSE
AND BRO.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
Commission Merchants i
No. 138,
OHIO liEVEE.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AND SON,
(Successors to John 11. l'hlllls)
FORWARDING
iKU
Commission Merchants
And Dealers In
HAY, ORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAX, BRAN, etc.
Agonts for LAFLIN le RAND POWDER CO
ZCornor Tenth Stroot and Ohio
Lovoo.
Z D Mathuss. E C Ubl.
MATHUSS & UHL,
FORWARDING
And General
Commission Merchants
Dealers In
FLOUR, GRAIN, IIAY AND
PRODUCE,
C4 Oliio Lovoo.
R. J. Ayrcs. s. D. Ayres,
AYRES fcSCO.,
FXsOTJH
And general
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
"Tho Best Tiling in tho West."
Atchison, Topeh & Santa Pes 1 1
IN KANSAS.
a.ooo.ooo .onms
Of the best VarnunR nnd Agncullnral Ijuuls In
America, nituateil in and near the Imiuliful
Cuiumwooil and fireat Arkansas valleys, the
Kanlenof the We!, on
11 Years' Credit, with 7 per cent. Inter
eat, and 20 por cont. Discount
for Improvements.
r a n r. RtrtiMi r. n
To purchasers,pf Land,
KJ"Clrculars, with map, giving full lufonnn-tlun,ten,,m-.
Addiess JOllNNON,
AclliiK Iind Commissioner, Tnpeka, Kau
nas, Hi I-7-W3HI.
THE MASON is, ilAMI.IN
ORGAN COMPANY
WINNI'.ltS of three hlRhest ineihds and di
ploma of honor, at Vienna, 1873, and
Paris, JNj7, now oiler the llnent assortment ot
the hot cabinet orpins In the world, incluttiiiK
new styles with leeent ImproTements not ouly
exclusively fur cash, as furinerly, but uUo uu
new plans nf easy payments, the most favorable
ever otlcred. Oiiraius mileil with prlvlh'Ke ol
puifhase, to almost any part of the country.
Klrst paMiient U W) or upwards.
Illustrated catalogue uud circular, with full
luuliculars, scut free ou nciUMt, Addivas
MASON & HAUI.IN ORQAN CO,,
Ooston, New Tork or Chicago'
BOBBINS'
112 commercial AVE.,
CAIRO1 ILL
1 Wi
I Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
J MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OP
I EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
PIAIkTOS
Of World wido Reputation.
I Acknowledged liynll good Musicians tu be the
wsi 1'ianii now inuue.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wo have sol:', over 400 duniiL-
twclvo j enr'i past, becoming nioro nnd more
popular every dny.
SMITH'S AMERIGM ORGAN,
Splendid tone. Tower and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very fine Instrument, adapted to lnttrtt
ntriital as v, ell us vocal music.
A LI. thi: AIJOVE AIIH OFFEIlEn OV
Kisy Jlonthly 1'aymoutx, at low lhfurrs
ri-yaniitss or 1.1st j-nccn.
SHEET JVIUSIC
lit (jrcat variety. Including nil the new
mid popul ir music ot the day.
Orders from the Country
promptly tilled and sent
by mall.
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS,
ACCORDEONS. CLARINETS
FLUTES,
P COLOS.
TAIHIBORINES
FJIENCH IIAItPS, ETC., KTC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
I'urrlshcd to Order.
STRINGS FOR VIOLINS, OUITARS, ETC
! Ot the Ilest Quality.
Classical Studies and Exorcises
Of all Kr.ules for IMano or Voice.
JEITEvcry tlocrlptlon of JIulcil Mer-
cu.'iiidDiu furnished to order, promptly and
ut prices lower nun ever oilcrcil hcroro.
. ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Cttalosuo and l'rlco
1, 1st ofthesu beautiful groupe.
All Ooodi Warranted rii Represented.
AilJruss,
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo, Illinois.
ItEAl, estati; AtlE.V r.
JOHN a. HARMAN & CO.
Real Estate
HOUSE A.C3-H3iTTS
COLLECTORS,
CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES PUBLIC
AMD
Land AftenU of tho Illinois Central and
IlurllnKton and Uutn:y 11, II.
Companies,
North Cor. Sixth anil Ohio Levoo,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
HENRY BREIHAN,
Olxlo Ijovoo,
Rot. Socond and Fourth Strcots,
Wholesale and lictall Dealer In
Milwaulsoo Btsor
Berliner Weiss Beer,
Bottled Ale,
Sweet Cider,
Soltzor and Soda Wator, Etc.
ICj-Alwsys keeps a heavy stock on hand, and
is prepjireii in uiriiisn iuu suppuva vu inj
notice, at the loss ent rules, ......
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BAZAR
PlfTSICIA?tS.
TTTILLIAU B. SMITH, M. D,
ItESIDEN'OE! Vo. 51 Thirteenth . t..
.Mm, w
twwn Washington arenas nnd Walnut street.
OFKICKuVorth side of Eljrhth street be
tween Commercial and Washington atsmie,
0. W' DUNNINO, M. D.
ItEfitriF.Vf't' n .
ItrccLS wjiim iimiu anil nsisui
OrriCE! Corner Sixth street and Ohio terce.
OFKICE HOURS Frsm. s..iam
from J to 8 n m.
JT)R. W. DLAUW,
Oorman Phyaician.
OFFICE: Under' Mock, (un-stalrst. eira.e
Eighth street and Washington aeenue.
I.AWYFBN.
JOHN II. MULKEY,
AUorncy at Laws
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
OFFICE Eighth Street, Isttwetn Commer-
rial and Waxklngton avenues.
Attorney at Isnw.
OFFICEi Ohio Ijerrr, over room formerly
occupied by First National Ilatik,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
QltEEN Sc QILBERT,
Attornc.yN and CouiiMcIorfl
nt liaw.
OFFICE. Ohio Ievee, room 7 and 8 over
City National Hank,
William It linrii, )
JVIIIIam It tlilhert, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
Mllus Frnt'k Ullbert. )
, tCJ.'-'ri'lal attention giun to Admiralty ami
steainloat business.
niNt'E M.ANKOIN.
O 17 It
Illustrated Catalogues
F0R 1875 op
EVERYTHINS
FOR THE
GARDEN!
j Seeds! Plants!
i
iVlmplcments, Fertilizers, etc
Numbering ITS rages and containing Aye
btaitful colored r&Utt, mailed on receipt
of 50 cents.
Catalogue, without pl&tes, fret to all.
85 Cortlandt St.,
NEW YORK.
CATRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealejln
All kinds? hard and (oft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, tto
Mill and Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
Ohio Lovoo.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionablo Barbor
AJTD
nAin xxixieisinTt..
EIGHTH STREET.
Between Washl&irton and Commercial
Avenues.
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
W" iloo ac'm Bloo Ik..
Oornor Poplar and Eluventh Streets,
tejrilighost CashFrico paid for
IXoks ana Cattlo.
IM.SVKANrC.
C. N. HUGHES,
General
Insurance Agent.
OFFICE'.
OHIO XJX2TTX3Z3.
Over Mathun & Unl'i.
VTOJ,'K uut First-Class Companies rejire
X's.
ecnted.
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED I8SS.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
General
Insurance Agents,
73 OHIO IiEVEE,
City National Bonk Bullilng, np-iUlri.
Tho Oldest Est&bllshad Asreney In South
em lllluols, raprvsvtnUnic OTr
805 000,000.

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