BY JOHN H. OBERLY &
W. II. Morrlx.
Nourv I'ubllnnd '
AnuCU 93,ailMtM 0?
NORTH A.HF.KICA, lA.,
am- a,i4 210 7a
. Klia;I., 1IA1ITFOND,
AtuwU- .. 84
" IftTKIt.VATIOXAL, S. VM
WH I.U93.39H 17
AMU 70fl,37 73
Asaetss..- 019.073 8
Aaaeia 5I5,87S 48
AMERICA CENTRA Lh NO.,
Aael SO,44 0
. CO.ff. MUTUAL LIFE,
AHt ao.etto,ee o
. JLIF; ACCIDENT,
CU 1.500.000 60
RAILWAY FAHftENCIKRM AM
. NUKAXCE CO., HART.,
AhmcIi : BJ.4)fj 00
Anacta, 9TS0,t!6!l 68
Sifford, Morris & Candee,
71 OHIO LEVEE
Cily National Back.
, Olro. Xll.
piRE AND MARINE
IViug-ara, N. Y. ;
AMKT ,.1,MU S4
Germania, 1ST. Y. ;
AhETll. 1.0a,al ft
Hannyer. IV. Y
Republic, IV. Y. ;
AHSKTH t71f ,V!S bit
Casaprtalaa; ttta natalerwrlters'Ar
Yonkera. IN'. Y. j
AMETA .. . tS7H4 I
AJUKTB 9I93,10S 91
ASMETM ........... ...g87,0e 00
Security. IV. Y. 5 Marine
Annie r. ....... ..ti.43 00
Cargoes Insured at rli m favoratje a sound
Mlnr.. rw.lliMi.a L' ...... 1 1 .
awrmaaeDt aeeurltv will warrant
I respectfully k ot b citiseoa of Cairo,
bar of their patronage.
C. S. HITCH E.
nni-l Ktrai National Rank
HAWKKL'tt PAT, DOUBLE'
Window Lock & Sash Holder.
Window Fast out
t hi do spring!
1 civ)j o anil uura
M, well a orna
nixnial, locks win.
low. securely, while
opn or cloned, and
prevent rattling of
Nine dltlerent kinds
of Trimmings, to
null all taate. by
which this lock t
BEHUZIIEIMER at CAIIJf.
Solo owners of ilia Territories of the States ol
Illinois, Wisconsin and Town, and Ar-nts fnrn'her
2i, M."l,t,?1.,V.mr, 00 WABIINIJ.
TON MI'HKKr. UIIICAU. inareh7.1t)m
IVI I L LI NERY
Ladle'' Furnishing Goods,
Corner Nlntb direct,
,AU kind cf clothing fnrJjftdlea'-wearTnadl to
order, or ready made. Also, i full awortment of
' am' l.adle,' h'-. wirtOlf
OUNE RAINING AND JrfOT.
SUMERWELL & BAIRD
Are rt?rd la lake anajtrae tar eilaira
marine Aoua; of anj a aa or deiorlptleaoreor
Iber Had ( awrk ib akelr llae.
Ther BATeallthetanhiBfrj flleneea tar fa
molnj or railing koaan m ihorl noliee.aad aa
a sbate of publle ratrooMe- netitf
J W. PIIILMPNAcCO.,
fluc,ora to R. U. Hondrteke k Co.l
, Commission Merchants
LIBCKAI. AMTAMttRM MAUK 0H CO.
MB"Ara B7WriAre4 tA reol,. alar, anil tnrmmrA
(r.lKWa to all points, and buy and seli.on com-
.1 V. I
tarnqslness atteadM to with nromptoeis.
QLOSE 4c VINCENT,
and dealer! In
ime, Cement. Plaster Paris
Cor. Sik Street and Ohio Levee
K. W. Mime. CruT. I'aaara
JLJ-xXLER St PARKER,
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY,
X. 5 Ohio Ireree
JN. B. PHILLIS,
(Bnocoaaofto Parker Phtllii.l
And Dealer in
Flear, MeulITar, Corn, Ou.h,
Cor.lOth St.&Ohio Levee
MERCIi A NTH
And Agantt ol
OHIO BIVEtt AD KA.VAWIIA
No. TO OXXZO XaB--ZIZI
Z. V. Hathnis, K. C. Uhl
ATHENS A UHL,
08 Ohio Lcffe, 1st National Bank
pecial attention RlrenTo 'the purchase and eale
FLOUR & era A TJST
Hmuiotaor Aae Co,,,
General Commission Merchant
No. (19ti Ohio Levee,
aovlltf CAJBO, ILL.
A writer In the Washington Nation'
al 'Standard urges Carl Schurx as the
Republican candidate for Vico-Presi
The Chicago Tribune, in comment
ing on Mr. Rcarts' nomination of
IIorae.o.Qrcley presidential candi-
aaic, fiaya : "A difficult thing connected
with Greelcj'fl candidocj wpuld bo to
una a vice. Of on. were found, it
would bo Greeley's first contictiwitkri
vice of any kindexcept tht of'swctN
Hon, Oeouoe II, Pendlfton dc-
clinco to permit his name to bo used as
candidate for governor before the
approaching Democratic conrention in
Ohio. This decision has been reached
aAcr much deliberation, and is under
stood to havo been made for rcaaona,
wholly, personal. The impression
mows to obtain that tho Hon. GcorL'o
Mct'oolf, well known as an able and
faithful aJvpcato. of Democratic princi
pies, and also as a gallant soldier, who
lost his father and three brothers in
the lato war, will receive tlo ndraina
The second pamphlet written by Na
poleon HI, at "Wllhelnishohe. haj
1 l.t;. 1 . 1 Tt 1 V.'.
ikvu iiuuiiBuuu ai iirussois. it is on
the "Military Organiration'of the orth
German Army," and contains some re
marks on the, causes of tho. French de
feats. "Ueforo the misfortunes of
1870," ho says, "uo weight was attached
to the opinion of those, who declared
that tho military organization of our
country stands in no relation to its po
litical status. Before the camnaizn of
1870, the artillery committee would not
auurn inai me maiertu ot tne ifrussian
artillery was mora complele and prac
tical than ours, and the engineer com
mittee, declared that our fortresses
were not too numerous, and that they
were in a condition to resist the new
artillery. It would not allow that one
half of our fortresses must bo razed
and the other half rebuilt in accordance
with the system which has made An
twerp one of the first fortresses in the
world. It required such sad .events as
those wo havo witnessed to make Gen.
Coffiniers a general of engineers ad
mit before a council of war that Metz
could not withstand a siege for 14 days
if it lost the protection of .Marshal Ba-
zainc's army. Before tho campaign of
1870, tho military administration ob
stinately opposed the views of those
who advised thaMhe country should be
divided into several districts, each witfi
a corps d'armee capable of providing
itself with every requisite for the field
in its own district."
TAUUA3Y has established a colored
regiment in New York, tho members of
which arc all colored Democrats. The
uniform is said to bo of the most' gor
geous description, and is described as
follows: Uniform for staff offienrt:
dark-bluo pants( with broad gilt stripe f
dark-blue coat, cut close-bodied, also
trimmed with gilt and thrco rows of
gilt buttons. Heavy gold opaulets aro
to be worn, and a chapcau with white
feather. Line officers will wear tho
same uniform, only moderated, and pri
vates ditto, with the addition of white
leggins to the pantaloons, on which tho
gilt stripe will bo quito narrow. Cross
belts and white epaulets will also bo
used. Tho hats.to bo worn by tho pri
vates aro to bo modeled after tho fash
ion ol Fisk's famous command, and are
to bo decorated with a white pompon,
EXCOMM UX1CA TED.
A cable dispatch informs us that the
Popo has finally concluded to excom
municato Dr. Doollingcr, tho distin
guished Bavarian theologian and histo
rian, who led tho opposition to tho in
falibility dogma in tho lato ecumenical
council. This action is based on a
lotter which Doellingcr has recently
written to tho Archbishop of Munich,
his first public utteranco sinco the ad
journment of tho council. In that let
ter the learned doctor absolutely dis
sents from tho ddgnia, on tho ground
that it is inimical to the scriptures and
to tho traditions of the church ; that
the arguments in its favor aro, derived
from forged documents ; that doctrines
precisely opposite wore published by
CAIBO, ILLINOIS, APRIL 25,
two general councils and several Popes
in the fifteenth century ; and finally,
that tho dogma is altogether incompati
bio with the constitution of several Ku
ropcan states, especially that of Bavaria,
to which, as a member of tho rcichs
rath, Dr. Doellingcr has sworn al
legiancc. Consequently he rejects it
as a Christian, a theologian, an histo
rian, and a citizen. Finally, ho de
mands permission to lay these consider
ations beforo the council of gencrrl
bishops, which is soon to meetatFulda,
or, if that'ahould bo refused, to submit
the argument to the Archbishop's chap.
It ia aot wfe to predict what may bo
taa'feasalt of. tJiI:VIfnrmfr'ft)maiit In
stands among the first of Catholicsehol-
ars, and is a high authority both on
questions of theology and history. He
is now about seventy-two years of age,
and while yet a young man began the
publication of a scries of remarkable
works, mostly of a liberal tendency. In
1815 he represented the University of
Munich in the Bavarian parliament,
and in 1851 was a dclcgato to that of
rranlcfort. where ho voted for the abso
lute separation of tho church from the
State'. Ton years" later he caused some
excitement by advocating in a course of
lectures the' abandonment of the tern
poral power of the See of Home.
NOTES OF THE DAY-
Maine lias originated lobster candy.
Paris it now called '-The Infernal City."
New Hampshire has shot a whilo hedge
hog. A clergyman In Connecticut boast tho
title of Heieklah Fiddly D. D.
A Maine wool on factor employe! only
hit own children, ten of 'cm, to run his
Twenty-four large circuses are announc
ed lor tho ieuon of 187i In the United
The optical philosophers are now de
claring that violet and green are both pri
Thelail phase of newspaper enterprise
describing wedding receptions which do
riot take place.
The British Commissioners In "Washing
ton nave Invited one or the Fenians to luy
hit grievances before them.
Queen Victoria bus had nine children
and twenty grandchildren, of whom only
one bus UIoU; that one was a grnndchiM.
"Rarer than tho phoonix," says Do
Quincey, "is tho virtuous man who will
con Bent to lose a cood anecdote because it
is a lie."
In California poplars grow from ten to
fifteen feet In a single year. At least the
papers say so, and you know they wouldn't
Kansas . vigilant! now hang horso
biovesfoead downward. It takes longer,
than' the old-fash Ion cd way, bulls equally
A wretch in Louisyillo, ''backed square
oat" of bliTnarrisgo engagement after tho
expectant bride and her party were at the
r,TbVlo'waT papers' imUt, that Spring
Lake; In Ihit state, i 17,000 feet high, 2,
000 feat-higher than -the.bfghett 'mountain
in tho United Statbi.'
Mr: Sandy OCallaghan. intends lectur-
Ing lfi St. Louis'on Hercules, lie says he
hat some new facts' about old Here, to tell
whnt ho knows aoout.
A- giganthv Japanese crab has been
placed In the British Muiduru. Tho
claws aro alxfeet.In longlhi The triangu
lar body Is comparatively small.
Owensboro, Ky-,Ji taking on metropol
itan airs; and boasti already a lager beer
gardon, It Is in great hopes of a first-class
murder some of these days.
A Chicago hair rcitoror agent went out
into tho suburb atuck his posters all
over tlio.puTpi.Rnilthen askod tho minis-
ter to call attention to them.
A fern.lp correspondent of tbo Cotortd
Representative, "in proof of lior slncority."
sign , her -own 'full nnmo; to-wlt: "Vir-gin'A-,tCa1ileRun
Sophia Preston Ureck
inridgeTaylor,"' There li no computing how much real
good Is crushed out of tho world by tho
'gloomy and selfish spirit- that withholds
praise and oben approval from those who
deserve it. ' r
A Western writer, gives it as his belief
that.lf as inuchiaitorition-wero paid to im
proving corri.'arls given fto grapes, a bun-
drc&milllonbuiholj: 'might"1 bo' added to
A German!brower.,whoiiloMcd at Cin-
oinnatUtho othordey. 'left some, money to
treat oii.vna urewers wuo snouia siienu 1111
funornl-' to 'fourolnc lncor, and his wish
.W.carrfed jQut.' w
The streotarailways.of Philadelphia lust
year carried 65,400,820 passengers. Dur-
ing the year tho accidents on. the road
footed up one' person killed and fivo In
jured, four of the'la'ttar being pastengari'
Hon. Thomas Fitch, lato mombor of
Congress from Nevada, has gono to scttlo
In Salt Lake City to lecture on tho Saints
and Sinners of that region next Fall, un
der tho auspices of the Uorton Lyceum
Mrs. Willnrd, of Cincinnati, thinks lots
of married women "llvo in a stato of hy
pocrily with their husbands," and don't
lovo them some. They might remedy that
by going to llvo In the State of Indiana,
A correspondent In South Carolina
writes tint at a station whcTo tho train
topped "a young African cant ccntly
jerked my coat tail, saying, 'Mister, did
this hero train bring airy letter fromClen
Cannon to Bill Shore's wife?' I give it
Newark It the workshop of tho New
York Joweler. Tho capital employed is
somo ten n)illlon dollar. Materials to the
value sf $100,000 aro In hands for weeks
.going through the process of manufacture,
whilo tho stock of finished goods waiting
tale is larger still.
The Orooioy UYi'bune statci for tho ben
efit of Eastern caviller that during the
past winter $14,289.70 wcro paid by tho
colonists for freight at the ofilco of the
Denver Pacific Railroad In tho town of
Orccley. Tho amount paid during the
last week In March was $5,282.45. Tho
receipts for local tickets, $930.40.
Is Shakespeare "played out" In Eng.
land,- as somebody with more force than
elcganco aid he was? The London
Athenceum says: '-Tho plays of Shak
pcaro aro performed more fntqucntly In
Italy than in England. Two actor, Sic
nor Ernsto Rossi and Sign or Salvini, tho
,most eminent in Italy, havo contributed
to establfih the popularity of tho works of
tho great bard there.
They havo in China what It known as
tho grease tree. Large forests grow
there, and tho oleaginous product has bo
como an article ol truffle. Tbo grenso
forms an excellent tallow, burning with a
clear, brillant and (what is nioro to tho
purpose) whito light, and at tbo sumo
time emitting not a tract! of toy unpleas
ant odor, or of the ordinary disagreeable
accompaniment of combustion - smoke.
"Wtiat'a the Mat tar. lib that Xoae1n
Snyderkept a beer saloon somo years
ago over rait the Grindstone Factory in
Kunsli.gtuwn. Snydor wa a ponderous
Teuton of very iru'cillo temper "sudden
and quick inquarrul" getting mad in a
minute. Nevertheless hit saloon wa a
great rfsort for tho Imyt, partly because
of the excellence of his beer, and partly
because tho boys liked to chafe "old Sny
der," as they called bim : for although his
bark was terrific, experience hail taught
them that he wouldn't bite.
Ono day Snyder was mining, and It was
explained by bis "fruu,'' wi.o jerked the
beer" that day, "that bo had gone out Hill
ing mlt dor pnyn." The next dv ono sf
tho boys, who was particularly fond of
"toasting" old Sny ler, dropped in to get
a glass of beer, anddlscovered Snyder's
noso, which was 11 big ono at any time, but
woich was swollen and blistorcd bv thn
sun until it looked like a dead rlpo toma
to. "Why, Snyder, what's the matter with
"1 pecn out tuning mit tor poys,' ro
plied Suyder, laying his finger tenderly
against his proboscis. "Tho sun It pees
hot ash like ter tifel, and 1 purns my nose,
Nice nose, don't It?" And Snyder viewod
t with a look of comical sadness in the lit
tlo mirror at tbo back of tho bar.
It entering at once into tno mischievous
fellow In front of tho bar to nlav a trick
upon Snyder, ho went out and culled a half
dozen t his comrades, with whom ho ar
ranged that they thnuld drop in the saloon,
oneafteranother, und ask Snyder, 1 "What's
the matter with tbat nose?" to ten how
long he would stand It. The man who
put up tho job wont in with a companion ;
seating themselves at tho table thoy called
fur beer. Snydor brought it to them, and
tho now comor exclaimed, as toon at he
"Why, Snyderwhat's the matter with
"I yust tell your friend I peon out fl th
ing milder poys, unt do sun he burn't
'em two Ingor don cents, ull right."
Anothoror tbo boy camo rushln? In.
"Hallo, boys; you'ro ahead of mo this
timo ; 'poo I'm in though. Hero Snydor,
bring mo a glass of lager and a prot (
hero be appeared to catch a sudden gllmpso
of Snyder's noso, looking a moment, and
then burst out laughing) "Hal ha I "Why,
Snydor, what ha I ha I what's thn mat-
tor wiin that noso r,
Snyder, of course, couldn't seo any fun
in having it lane hud at, and ho savs in u
tune sternly omphalic
"I'vo peen out lishlnc mlt dor nov nn
Schonlkill. Tho sun peso hot lika us hull,
unt I purnt my puglo. Now, das lull
moro vot I don'ogot to say. Vot kind of
pesonuss 7 Dat isb all rito j I purnt mino
nose, don't Hf
"Burn your noso burn all your hair
off your head, for what I care? you
needn't get mad ubout it."
It was ovldont that Snyder wouldn't
stand moro than one moro tweak at that
nose, for ho was tramping around bohlnd
tho bar nnd growling around like an exas
perated old hear in Fits cago.
Another of his tormentors walked In.
Somo ono tings out to hlra, vHavo a ilus
of beer, Ullly ?" ' b
"Don't caro about any beer," toyt Billy,
"but you may glvo mo ono of your best
cl-jar ha I lm I ha I ha I bo I hoi hoi hoi
ha I ha I ha I hat ha I fby hat ha I ha I
why, Snydor who wlm ha-al ha I hal
what's tho matter with that nose?
Snydor was absolutely fearful to behold
by this time. Hit face was purplo with
rage, all except hit nose, which glowed
like a ball of fire. Leaning his pondorout
figuro'far over tho bar, and raising hit
arm aloft to empbaMzo hit, word with it,
bo fairly roared.
"I'vo been out fishing mlt tor poys.
The iuu it pt hot Ilka halUaxanatlon. I
purnt my noo. Now, you no liko dose
nose, you yu tako dat noso unt wr-wr-wrinij
your tam Amcricnn fingers mlt 'em I
That's tho kind of man vot I am."
LtcKNsiNo Dkuo Clkiik-i. The bill In
relation to tho licensing of drug clcrki in
tho city of Now Ycrk, when It had re
ceived tho approval of tho Oovcrnor on
tho 28th ult., had afsumod tho followinc
Tho Mayor Is directed to appoint, bofore
tho 1st of June, a board, consisting of ono
practical druggist and two regular physl
clans, to hold ofilco during tho presence of
tho Mayor. Those shall chooso a practi
cal druggist at secrelaoy. This board
thall exumino and llccnso all druitlsU
and clerks now employed, or hereafter to
00 employed, as clerks in drug stores At
1110 oxptnttlon ot six months frum tho or
ganization of tho above hoard any unli
censed person who shall make upn phytl
cian'i prescription shall bo deemed guilty
of a mls Jemeanor.nnd shall bo llabfo to n
fine of not moro than 1500, or imprison
ment not moro than six montln. nr hntli.
Tho salary of tho members of tho board
shall bo fixed bv the Hoard tf Sunnrvls.
or, but shall nut exceed $'J,&00 peru'nnum.
SSyAmonir tho dlstin'-ulthml I'nritl urn
who hud Interviews with Count Von His
marck aflor tho capitulation of Paris, was
Kdmond About. About was not n l'ltli.
taken aback when Itl'smnrck tnbl Mm tlmt
ho had read all the articles in whiuh About
had called him n fiend and other hard
mimes; but tho Chancellor reassured his
visitor by telling him thut ho considered
those articles very lino specimens of hu
BOOT9 AND SHOES.
BOOT AHD SHOE MAKE)
Between Washington Ave & Poplar fit
flooUaud Hhoc Madr InOnlrr
Cor. 8th St. nnd Commercial nv.,
IS THE PtiltllY UOlI.sE
Nliarp nacore. Clean Towcle and Skill
(.adieVand Children's Italr Cut end Hhampooned
elti.rr at tun shop or
AT THEIR OWN HOME,
nentlrmea's Whiskers nd llmr Dyed In ass' 'D
liflc manner and satisfaction guaranteed.
JJEATP! MEAT !
Has Bemnvcd to WlntcrN Block, and
upi'iicti a rirni-Liass
He will kceptlvrayn on hand tho bct of Meals of
Smoked Jfeaf, Fresh Jfeat. Samsac, etc
At the lowest prices, aire Lim a call.
US A WAV.
Mr ton. lsaso lien Abrnrn. ran awsv from th
nvlshlo.-hood ol Slor, t oui.lun-, about ler.
la sgo and ha not been heam from sinre He
had In nis pites-loii a Urge um of monev. Ha
It about twenty year ot axe, bine e)es.a low
complexion, short and heavy set in suture, and
in-aks a ha'.-doteu fr inure lauusger iisiiik
Hie ich mostly in his ordinary ciiier-llon. A
lllersl rewvd will be paid tor any information
cnnuermnK his Mhcreabiiuia by his fathe. al the
Bl. Nicholas Hotel, Cairo, Illinois.
AllltAM HEX AMKAM.
Cairo, Ills., April H, 1871. sprtJdSi
Office of the Cairo i St. Louis Railroad Co.
Cairo, Ills., April lilt, 1071.
Notice Is hereby given that a meelini; of tho
uui.ru im tJireciors oi mis company wi i ne'd
on luediy, thi'7ih lust , at tho i-ouiho.n Hotel,
Inthentv of St. Ixui. Mo. at 10 o'eiock, a.m.
apiBtdtd H.HTA TH TA VLdlt. Prli'nt.
yATi:i8, toii &. co.
Iiuportets and Jobbers of
409 N. FOURTH STREET,
ST. LOU IN,
Havo t all lltiiu" a full estortment of fashion
lonabln soods, which will he s Id nt th lownt
market prlre. Orders roliciteil aud prm- ly
W. S. LAITE
FISUKB'S PATENT BEFRIfiF.K VTOH,
lateiilcd Ausiist I, 103.
the only kind m.vlo that nl'l kf p merit, frnt
aud vege aUe pcriecily sweet and dry without
I urn rrep.ired to msnu'acture the Itelrloera'or,
or rooliagrixini" for tiU ichrrs. hotels, liiiibot,
lreters nnd acker'. Th llerrlg'ia'or can bo
seen at Phil Howard's tramon meat store,
mi ler cx,.l-s nlllre, and a' Jnn- Kyiia'tun imat
mirkei, comer of lutn and I' plar ttett. Kur
rartliulura apfly at my rekldmoo on IWh cud
jpt H. SIL'UltAY,
GAS & STEAM FITTER
lias Pmnved (rum Ihel'crrv Homo to the
BRICK BUILBIXU ON SEYKNTII ST
Bettvaeo ( eraineitlnl ami WahlR aii
avcuueaUitutt i VVSu.vr'a Ulotk.
He hasfrrm'Iy lurreat'd hit-ck,,nl hat now
oo hand a lkin'lor t:lunu'lmi, Uiuckets, l'i i t
an s, Hall L ghl, (Ib.tio, sjlude, eto, lie hu
marke-l don his price- to he I.ab.( i ug
ncurea.and Invites the patron.co of the public.
DAILY PAPER IN KgVPT.
Bar Fixtaresf :
(iIiASSWABF. and HOUSE FCjUHsNH
IXU GOODS ''-
135 rind 107 C0I1MERCIAL 'AYENUE
Cor. SthSI. & Wnshlnjctonnve.,
Cairo, - - - Hiinois
Is supplied with tho Irethest
llrorerles, drcen anil Dried attM Can.
Dressed Poultry, F.resh Butter
An I evfrythins else neded for family supply
It Kin h'.rt onidl the bctt strxked urocerle ta
the riiv, "
A t-nntlnnacc of public pntrenateM respeellnllr
"Melt d .Wji.m-ti
Is rrepared n do all kinds ol
XP-Cs-IPXJX Ha.3TO-X7NT o
IN THE PERRY HOUSE,
co nx i: ii ot 3i itci a i. a v kmie and
sliwHTii Hlttr-.:r. - :,
Comniprclal Av., Uppnsltn,'ost-daice
CAIRO, ILClNOi'sr V
JOSEPH BAYLISS, Troprlctor.
The House ts newly liirn! hed nd offers to th
publlo nrti ls ni conimodstiont, i, feb7dtf
TICKETS F0R SALE
FA H K I'rom vrrrionl, sVondoaderry
r:inKOttr u' Qneenatown"" to Cairo
WuflVsr!. orrlaoV Candce. Agl'a
OHIO LEVEIJ, CAIRO.
FULTON k SONS, - Proprietor
Aro Now In full Operation.
Slesirt. Fulton i Rons are prepared to fnrnlsh
jII kinds of r'lourof the best qus ity, ami also
Hill Kecd of all kinds. Oraliam Flour, In tacka
or In h'os quunt lv, mode from the best White
A1VADGY.1IAK, M. D., Pl.ysl
, clan, Cjurgeon und Avcouchour, lor-
meriy ol Anrni, L'uion Co., Illinois, has perma
nently loca'ed in city. OFFICE Commercirl
Arrnuo, betwtcn 8lh mid Oth btrrets Wettsjde.
W. l)U.ViXU,JI.D Hca-
IDCNCG-Corner Ninth aud Walnut
KFICI2 Corm-r Sixth Street and Ohio Luree
mFM'JF. UOL'iU From 9 a.m. to 11 in., enJ
Wllil.I l.U It. SMITH,. II.
lti:HI)KNT.-No. 31, Thuteento
rween W nhniuton Avenue and Walnut Street
ill F K- 1 1 ii f " " ' "H
Ai Ait4i.i;ii, Jl. D., Cairo
a ItESIHKXCE ' oruer of NlneteeqUi et
nnd Washiaton arr. OKFli l On Colnbiertikl
oi,, nvsi inn I'oililnee OKKiOK yiOUKH
rom to.i m to IS m , (SdnUays exveptitl and
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a.ii.tlejJitA.., .11. D.
Ofllcc, 11115 t oinmcrclal Avenue.
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