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JOHN H. OBERLY EDITOR.
CAIRO ILLINOIS. FRIDAY. MARCH 20, 1874.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND C0UN1T.-
CUHUlTUN caUKCIl-KJghtcenth street
hett'ien Washington and Walnut,
l'resriiing every third and fourth Sunday .
riundty acbool at 0 p. tn.
rrn--ieaUnK Wednesday evening.
KB TRIMBLE , Pallor.
AJrearnnjj, Babbath at 101 a.m. and 74 p.m
"Travenneotlwf, Wednesday at 74 p. ni.
f debbatt Behoof, 8 P.m. J. M. Laudon. Bu
' prlstndont. iter. II. Thaym, Pastor
M KTHODIST. Cor. Klghth and Walnut HU.
Preaching, Sabbath at 11 a.m., and 7 p. m
Prayer meetin, Wednesday, 74 p.m.
Habbath Bchool, 8. p.m. L. W. BtlllweU,
Superintendent. Kmv. J. L. Wallkk,
CHURCH OV THJC BKDKK10CH Epltoo-
lorning prayer. Habbath 10) a.m.
Evening prayara. 7) p.m.
BabbaU School, 8 a.m.
HBT. Chab. A. OlLiikliT, Hector.
ST. PATJUCK'S CUUKCtVNlntta Bt. aad
rubUc service, Babbath 6:10 and 10) a.m.
Sabbath School. 3 p.m.
Service every day. 8 a,m.
Ubv. P. J. O'IIallorak, Priest.
tT. JOSKPU'B CUURCU.-iOcnnan,) cor.
ncr of Walnut and Croat (treat.
Mom. every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
Vespers, 2p. m.
Man during week days, 8 o'clock a. m.
llmv. O. UorruAH, Priest.
0 KHMAN LUTHKKAH CUUHCU-13 th
ktreet between Washington Avenue and
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at a o'clock p. m.
Hbt. ti. Uukiuciinbk. Pastor.
10UNU MJCN'H ClilUSTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Hegnlar meeting second Monday
each month at their room over Rockwell
A Co"! book More, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Yriday, 7) p.m. at
the room. .
L. W. Btiixweix. Preildent.
KCOND M1138IONAKY BAPTWT
CUUBCH. Corner Sycamore and Forty-
tint Btreeto. Preaching Babbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. m.
The church la connected with tho IlUnoli
Awtoclatlon, by the Klrst Mlsalonary Dan-
tlit Church ol Cairo.
HV. SOLOMOM Leonard, Psitor.
AVK1CAN XKTUODIST.-rourteecth. be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Bervttee, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
Sabbath School, 1) p.m.
date meet at 8 p.m.
SKUOND KHKK WILL BAPTIST- Fif
teenth BtreeL, between Walnut and Cedar.
Servlcei Sabbath, 1) and 8 p. m.
Rbv. N. Iticu, Paator.
tfRKE WILL BAPTIST UOJtE MISSION
HAUBATU SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School. 8 a.m.
riltST KKEK WILL BAPTIST CUUBCU
Servlcei, Sabbath 11 a.m.. 3 p.m. ft 7) p. tn.
UBV. Wm. Kzllby, Paator.
1 JUST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CUURCIl.
-Co Jar, bttwean Ninth and Tenth Bts.
1'reacblng Sabbath, 10) a,m. and 74 p.m.
Prayer msetlng. Wednesday evening.
Preachlmt, Friday evening.
Habbath Hchool, 1) p.m. John VanBaxter
and Mary Stephens, Superintendent.
Ubv. T. J. Shokks, Pastor.
IKU.'ONO BAPTIST CIIUBCB Fourteenth
.Street, between Cedar and Walnut The
ouly Baptist church recognized by the As
sociation.; bomcei, Habbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
Urv. Jacob BnAuurr. Elder.
CAIRO COMMANDKUY, No. U.-Ntated
Aseembly at the Asylum Masonic llall, tint
and third Mondays in each month.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No.!U.-Hgular Couvo
cation at Masonic llall, the second Friday
In each month.
CAIRO CUAPTKU No. 71.-Kegular Con
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tuesday o! every month,
UA1RO LODGE, He. 237 F. A A. M. Hrn
lar Communications at Masonic llall, the
second and fourth Mondays of each mouth.
ALEXANDER LODGE, 224 Meet la Odd
Follows' Hall, In ArUir's building, every
Tbursdsy evening at 8 o'clock.
Governor John L. lleveridge.
Lieutenant-Governor . ,
Bocretary of State George U. Harlow.
Auditor of State C. E. Lipplncott.
State Treasurer Casper llutz.
Attorney uencrai Barnes it. r.u.aii.
Supt. Public Instruction Newton Bateman
Senators Richard J. Ogleeby and John A.
Representative Eighteenth District laacc
MEMBERS GEN KRAI. ASSEMBLY.
Representatives In the both dlsttlct.r
."olrn 11. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math
w J. lnscore.
fc'siiator for the both district. Jesse Ware.
Judge D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
sum's Attorney Patrick 11. Pope.
Clerk R. S. Yocum.
Sheriff A. H. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
Surveyor John P. Holy.
Judge- T. Bross.
Associates J. E. McCrlte aud S. Marcbll
aon. Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John H. Qossman.
MUNICD? Alt "GOVERNMENT.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer U. A. Cunningham.
ComptroUor E. H. Fallts.
Cleric Michael Howley.
Attorney H. WaUon Webb.
Police Magistrates F. Bross and J. J.
Marshal and Chief of Police Win. MoUale.
Street Commissioner D. J. Galllgau.
Members Police Force A. Cain sargent,
W. W. Wooten, Phillip Uelm,Chas. Mehnor
and Henry T. Martin.
BOARD Or ALDKriMKN.
first ward Hiram Blxby and J. M.
. Second ward Herman Meyers and Wood
Third ward John McEwon and F. Kors
never. Fourth ward C, F. Ncllls and M. J.
Fifth ward Jno. H. Robinson and Wm.
WHITE OOLLARPLANING MILL
HARD AifD SOFT LUMBER
LATH, BHINUUta, UKDAU POBT6
DUOBS, HAHH, BLINDS
Forslsbed on sbortesl notloe.
ilMtmarcial avonuo, betwoon Tonth and
B JIT ITSRS,
3nto Likvi Cairo, Illisoi
AX. BssTATB ASMCIV.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REA.L ESTATE AGENTS
74 (aoOBD VLOOB) OHIO LBVBB,
IJmr and Bill Rial Kstati,
yUXNIBU ABBTBA0T8 OF TITIiB
NEW LIVERY STABLE.
MILLS W I'AHKKH, Proprietor.
Tenth Street, between Walnut and Wash
ington. Iialngpurcbacdtlie entire stock, Stable,
Hones, Carriages, Buggies, etc., ot Dr.
Field, and added several new "turnouts,"
Mr. Parker now Invites all bis Irlcnds, old
and new, In wantol Saddle Horses. Double
or Single Carriages, or anything else in his
Ine, to give hi in a call. Ill 12.1m
R. SMYTH tfc CO.,
2STO. GO OOrXXO LEVE H3
O. V. WHEELER,
"WOO 13 AH I) OOA.X.
OFFICE A St) VARl):
Tenth .Street, between WarblnKtou aiul
A luro supjily of Pittsburg and Big
Muddy coal constantly on hand. Stove
wood awed to order. Orders (or ceal or
wood should be loft at the otbee on Tenth
tsrcBt. Terms, caah on delivery.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
UABD AND HUrT.
Keep constantly on nana
Flooring and Sidi.no, also Lath.
WILL AND VAUD OOBNXR THIKT V-JOUHTD
BTRIKT AMD OHIO LBVBB.
UAIKO, ILLINOIS. 30-7
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker A'Blake,)
D BAUER IN
paints and: oils
WIHDOW SHAD IS,
Sad tbs oelebratea lllumlnstln
BBOBB'LniLUINO, 001 llTH BT. OOM
John (. narman.
JOHN Q. BARMAN & CO;,
And Land Agouti of tho Illinois Cent
and Burlington andMissourlltallroad com
ortli Cor. of BtU It. astd ti Lve
COMMlRMinn MEBJCIIAIf TH.
WOOD, RITTENHOUSK A BRO
Genera! Commission Morohstt. j
1MB OHIO LKVBB
OENEHAL COMMISSION M KUCHA NT
And dealer in
1.1 MB, Obmbbt, Plastbr, Uaib, Xto.
No Oble) iVovM,
K3TI will sell In car load lots at manula
turers prices, adding Ireljtht. 4-1-tl
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and Commission
prepared to forward all kinds of freight
to all points.
Business attended to promptly.
COFFEY, HARRISON & CO.,
(Successors to D. Hurd & Son.)
FLOlJBt.UHAIM AMD HAT.
Mo 03 Ohio Levoo, 0A1R0, ILLS.
0. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
o. 70 Ohio Leroc, CAIRO, ILLS
l3riecUI attention given to consign
(ueuts and tilling orders. 11-U ti
STRATTON & IUJ1D,
Agents American Powder '. ompanv
No. 57 Ohio l.t!Vi'",
N. II. Tblfcllewocd. 1. .I.TblHtewood
THISTLKWOOD k CO.,
C O M M I 8 8 I OH MRK OH ANTS
FLOUR, CORN, OATS HAY, ETC
No. 73 OHIO I.KVKK.
lK T K U 0 U II L,
ICO. HO OHIO I.EVBE,
3-20 tf. CAIRO, ILL1NOIB
JOHN B. PHLLIS A SON,
(Haocsiaors lo John I). Phlllli,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
AG K NTS FOR LAVLIN AND HAND
UoB. TNTH STRKKT AMD OlIIO LKVBB
1. D. MATUV88. E. 0. UUL
MATHUSS & UIIL
Commission M e r o ii a n ts
1IAY AND WESTRN PRODUOK.
4th Grand Gift Concert
Kor tho beneill of the
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY.
Success ' Assured !
a full drawino CKRTA1N
ON TUESDAY,31stof MARCH NEXT.
IN order to meet tue general wlsli and
expectation of the public and ticket hold
ers for the full payment or the tnsgnldcent
triR, announced for the Fourth Ornnd Girt
Concert of the i'ubllc Library of Kentucky,
he management have determined to post-
?one the Concert and Drawing until
TUESDAY, tho 31st of March 1874.
They have already realized
NO FORTHKR POSTPONEMENT
And have a great many agents yet to hear
Mo doubt is entertained of the sale ol
every ticket beforo the dravrlng, but
whether all are sold or not the drawing will
positively and unequivocally take place on
tho day now fixed, and II any remain un
sold they will be cancellod and the prizes
will bo reduced In proportion to the untold
Only 00,000 tickets havn hecnlMued, and
12 ooo cash gifts:
will be distributed among tue ticket hold
ers. The tickets are printed in coupons ol
tenths, and all fractional parts will be repre
sented In the drawing Just as whole tickets
list or oms.
One Grand Cash Gift S'2.7 00.
Ono Orand Cash (illt 160 000
One Orand Cash Gift 60 000
Ono Orand Cash Gift 2r. 000
One Grand Cash Gift 17 fsXJ
10 Cosh Gifts 810,000 each 100 000
SO Cash Gilts 0,000 each 1M) 000
W Cash Gilts 1,000 each 60 000
SO Cash Gilts 600each 40 000
100 Cash Girts 400 each 40 000
ISO Cash Gifts MX) each 4.') 000
260 Cash Gifts . 200 each 60 000
326 Cah Gifts 100 each 82 600
11,000 Cash Gilts 60 each 6S0 000
Total, 12,000 Gifts all Catb, amount
in!,' to S 600 000
Tho chances for a Gilt aro as one to the.
I'llIL'K OP TICKETH.
Tenths, or rnch'coupon
11 tl'linln tiMiot fnr
2 : oo
2.! Tickets for
il l limn lli'k'plri mr
227 Wholo tlcketi for
No dljcount on less than .V(0 worth nl
The 1-ourth Girt concert will be conducted
In all respects, liko the three that havo al
ready been given, and full particulars may
be learned Iroru circulars which will be taut
frco from this olllce to all who apply for
Orders for tickets and applications for
agencies will be attonded to in tho order
they are received, and it is hoped they will
llO f?nt ltl Tirmmttlt ttt.ttthnvn V.A ma
dleajiolntrnent or delay in CllrnK nil. Lib
eral tcrina are given t4jMALVliuy to sell
aaln. All agents aTCBMptoriall- re
turn all unsold ticketby tho 20th day 01
.tiarcn. iiius. J-.. iiHA.ii i.i. i iK,
Aguut I'ubllc Library, Ky., ami ManaL'cr ol
Gift Concert, l'ubliu Library bntlding,
VANILLA. LEXON, ETO.,
?or Flavoring Ice Cream, Cakes L Pastry.
with irrtfdt cure, bv & new process, we
ixtract from Uie true, select Fruiti and
Aromaucs, cacu cuarociensuc uavnr uuu
produce triavonngt oj rare excellence.
Of great itrength and perfect purity.
No poisonous oili. Every flavor as rip
resetted. No deceit each bottle full
mtature, holding one-half more than
other purporting to hold tame quantity,
Utt them once, uill use no other. Thi
most delicate, dehtcioua flavors ever made.
to superior to tue cueap extrucu. ash
for Dr. Price's Special Flavorings. Man
ufitctuxcd only by
6TEELE ti PEIOE .
Depots, CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS
Manufacturers of Dr. Prict's Cream
The great discovery or the
aL'o. Therolsnonaln which
the Centaur Linlmentwlllnot
relievo, no swelling which It
wlllnot subdue, aud no lame
ness which It wilt not euro
.Thtsls strong langnairc. but
tfc la trim, lfcla nn htlinhllf?!
R9TpK tho rcclpo Is printed around
each bottle. A circular containing ccrttll
zatcs of wonderful cures of rhoumutlsm
uouralgla, lock-jaw, sprains, swellings,
burns, scalds, caked-breasts, poisonous
bites, frezon leot, gout, saltrheuni,our-acho
Ac, and tho recipe ot tho Ltmmont will bo
sent gratis to anyone It Is tho most won
derful healing and pain relieving agent tho
world has overproduced. It sells as no ar
ticle over before did sell, and It soils because
it does just what it protends to do. One hot
tlo of tho Contaur Liniment lor animals
(yellow wrapper) is worth a hundred dol
lars for spavined, stralnod or gallod horsos
and mules, and for screw-worm in sheep.
No family or stock-owner can afford to bo
without Centaur Liniment, l'rlcc, Wconts:
aogr bottles, fjl. J. li, Rose & Co., b'i
liroadway, Now York.
OASTORIA is moro tuan a suusiituto for
Castor Oil. It is tho only hake article in
oxlstenco which Is suro to regulato tho bow
els, euro windcollo and produco natural
sleep. Itlspleasanttotako. Chlldronneed
not cry and inothors may sleep. 10-7 wly
HAIB OO E 3 S 323 12.
Klghtb Street, between Washington and
AND IIKALKK IN
BtortTn Stuiit, Butwikk WAsntKOTo
Adjolntsic BlttBhoa aad Hnnnr'H
Keep th U.t or liMf, Pork, Motion Vl
Lamb, Sum, to., ad ars prsparl to rt
l ltiin In the reotl MecutabW mannrr.
HYLAND & SAUEit,
AND PIALXHS IN
CHOICE FKESH MEATS
OK KVKRY DESCRUTION,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenu
next door to the Ilyland saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND DKALKIl IN
ALL KINDS OF FRESH ilEATS
8Tar cor. 'rivrtitlolk hirer! aud Co
liuys ami slaughters only tho best Cattle,
Hogs and Hhcop, and la prepared to nil or.
dors for Kresb Meats from one to ten thou
nd pound. 7-2'itf
HIVE SYRUP AND TOLU
known and used bv the medical profession
uiui iuu auu us a reraouy lor (Join
und Coughs has an older and better reputa
tion than any other Cough medicine ever
ottered to tbo public. It is known as the
Compound. SjrP of Squills, and a formula
may be found In every medical dispensatory.
dltiou to tilo ingredients for Cox's 'jj'l've
l up, i:uiiutllis llJIhaill 01 ruiu, iiococllon
lilimtion that must commend it to every one
iii4iiiiviiim itiutuy lur wruup, uuooping
Cough, Asthma, llronchltls. OoughH ami
Colds, indeed lur all affections or tho Throat
and Lungs when a couth medicine is
This Syrup is carelully prepared under
tho personal direction ot a regular I'll)!.!-
tiauuiuici muiiiy years practice, Vll0l!
signature is attached to tho directions on
lu taoto Is very pleasant aud children
bvury fainlly should koop It as a ready
wvu mi VI uu,'9 mill VyUlU UlO;
D. Ransom, Son .V Co., 1'ioprV, lluiralo,
DR. J. 11. MILLER'S
This mediclno may with propriety be
called au "Universal Remedy," us It Is fat
superseuing an oincrs ai n grnoral isuiliy
pdlcino. It cures, as If by -MAO.NKTIO
i'FLIJKNCK, Neuralgia and all pain, and Is
tnerciore very property termed ".Mugnclh:
liaini," it u purely a vegciaoiu preparation.
ltbasro emiul as a remedy tor Cholera,
Cholera Morbus. Dlarrhujs.Dyseutary, Colic
.....i ..n it...i ... ..i ' ' "
auu uu uuhvi .uiiiiuniuip.
Its timely use will cure Colds, Croup,
Diphtheria, Quinsy, and all Throat slice
tlon. When properly uscd.Kevor and Ague,und
other coiuplalntB Incident to our western
and southern climates, are easily broken up.
Nervous Tain, SIck-Uoadache, and Rheu
matism are cured by this medicine when all
others havo fallod. Toothacbo, Karache.
Hums, Chilblains and llrulses aro relloved
at onco by its uso.
The genuine has D. Ransom & Co.'s pri
vate Revenue Stamp on the outstdo,and Dr.
J. R. Miller's Magnetic Ualtu blown in the
Examine closely and buy none but the
Sold by all Druggists. 1'rlcoSa cents per
D. Ransom. Son & Co.. I'ronr's. Hufl'alo.
N. Y. Jau. iJ-w-Ot.
ARLINGTON HO USE
llctwccn Hlxth and Soventh .Streets, Cairo'
T. U. ELLIS. Proprietor.
Tho Now Arlington ilotiso Is now opou
for the rocoptlon of gnents, Tho house
located In the hoart ol tho business portlo
ot tho city, aud convenient to steamboat
lauding und railroad depots, (lood sainplu
rooms for commercial agents. Watch kept
day and night for boats ami trains.
o. o. o. a
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to supply customers with the
best quality of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS loft at Halliday Hros. office, on
Ohio Levee, or at the Coal Yard below tho
St. Charles Hotcl.wlll receive prompt atten
tlon. The Too "Montauk" will bring coal
longsldo to steamers at any hour.
Buy tho World-Renowned
THE BEST 1NTHEW0RLD
The Highest Premium
was awarded to it at
Ohio State Fair ;
Northern Ohio Fair;
Amer. Institute, N.Y.;
St. Louis Fair;
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair ;
Georgia State Fair ;
The Best Sewing Machines
and doing the largest
and best range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct
53?" For Hemming, Fell
inc, Slilching, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, Embroid
ering, Quilting, & Stitching
fine or Iwaug Goods, it is
Where we have no Agents,
we will deliver a Machine for
the price named above, at the
nearest Rail Road Station of
Needles for all Sowing
Machines for Sale
Old Machines taken in Exchange,
Send for Circulars, Price
List, &c, and Copy of the
Wilson Reflector, one of the
best Periodicals of the day,
devoted to Sewing Machines,
Fashions, General News and
Wilson Set inn Mine Co.;
I take pleasure in calling
the attention of the public to
my fesli and full stock 'of.
new and elegant Furniture, at'
my Furniture and Matrass
Factoi'y, corner Seventeenth
Street and Washington Ave-
nue. My stock embraces
Bedsteads, Wadrobesj Bu.
reaus, Sideboards, Wash
stands, Tables, Chairs, Bug
gies, Matrasses and, in a word,
all that is useful or orna
mental in my line.
This being tho only manu
factory of Furniture in this
city, I propose offering better
goods at lowor prices, and
havo liiadu a largo redjiction
in tho prices of all my goods.
Call and examine my stock
ana secure an outut of choice
Furniture. To tho wholesale
trade I offov special induce
ments. Noto tho place
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wholesale aud Itotail Dealer iu Fur
niture and Matrasses.
Prospectu Tor 1874-SEYEHTH HEAR.
An llltmtratcil Monthly Journal, unlvcrully
admitted to be tbo liandfoinett period-
liiul III till! W'M. AniilonuUIU.
niiu uusuijiiuu ui auici iruu unit ,
Mat fok 3az,z in Joox om iTxvfs STOMA
Tlio Aldlnc, whllo Issued With all the Mf
ul&rity, Jim none of tho temporary or Ujm
ly luturcat characteristic or ordinary peri
odical. It ban elegant mUcellanyot purai
light and Krauoiul literature ; and a- eolleo.
tlon ol picture, tlio rarest specimen ot ar
tlatlc nUUI, In black und white. AKh'tugh
each NUcceodlnK number afford a benti
pleaaiiro to IU frlemU, the real value and
beauty ot The Aldlue will be moat apprtel
Html after It ban be on bound up at the clove
ol tho year. While other ptllilleaUons may
claim superior cheapuens, an compared with
rivnia or n suni'ar cw, ine Amine is an un
blue and orlglual conception alone and un
upproached aiisolutely without conceptiou
In jirlco or character.
ART DEl'AKTMKNT. 1874.
The Illustration of the Aidlne have won,
a world-wide reputation, and in the art cen
tres ol Kuropo It U an admitted fact that
its wood uuu aro example of the hlgheel
pcroctlon ever attained. The commor
prejudice In favora' "steel plates,'' ierap
idly yielding to a -. .educated and die.
. IU4IUUMUS, V VU VTUtVM WljHUVB I,UD eUs
vanttges the advantu)re of auperiot artistlo
quality with irrouter facility of produetlAB.,
Tho (luarterly Unted plates for 1874 wlTlbe
iv 'rium. Mnran anil .1. II. Wooiltvani.
Tim I'lirl.tmsa U.nn tnp 167i. will iuinl.1.
special designs appropriate to the season,
by our best artist, and will surras in at
tractions any ot its predecessors. '
I'KEMIUMS FOK 1174. , ,
liverv subscriber to the Aldine tar u.
year 1B.1 will receive a pair of chromog
The original pictures were painted In oil to.
iue Duuiisuera 01 ine Aiuine. br Tboma
Moniu, whose great olorado pictures ana
purchased by uontcress for un thouaad
dollars. The subjocta were chosen, to- rep
resent ten thousand dollars. Tho lubjecta
nctg CUUBCU w ri'JJrusuut xuo cut ana
"Tho West." One Is a view In the White f
Mountains, New Hampshire;' the ether?
gives tho C1IU of Oreen river. Wyenlturf
territory. The chromos are each wrlCetij
irom tnirty distinct plates, and aro in tut
Mvfftl nllil Hltfinaratirn .Tant fiii..bfmfta'nf '
MWAKK. . J aet. S'J. 197.
Muiur. James ftutton re 10. , I
U KNiXKMBN I urn dclightod. with th
proois in color ot your curemos. They am,
wnudcrtully bucccsjIuI representations by?
iiii.iIi!iiiIimI itrArAH;. fif thn nrlrlna1nalntinw.
Very reHpuclrully, Tiioa. Mohan.
Theso chromos .iro iu nvery senso Aneri
c:m. Tliuy aru by uu orlnal American pro-,
vtim, with material ot American manufac
ture, Irom dexitfn of American scenery by
an American painter, and presented to Mlac
1 1 , . -.j tn 1 1 1 n c. r..i . I
Art Journal, it no better because, o.all
lild tlirtv will prtiilnlv nnuilia Bn '- . - .
no forclu'ii nroductlou can insnlro. aad' nl.
llicr aro they tiny tho worse IT by reason of
peculiar facilities of production they i:ae
the iiublUlwrv only a trine, whllo equal la
ovory ropcct toother chromos that axe sold
inuir Kr uvuuu uiu auutuiuuuu pneaoi
tho Aldtno. - v f
If any subscriber should Indicate a pre.
Terence for a tlguro subjoct, the pablleniw
will sond "Thou(,'bt ot Homo" a new !
butttll'ul cliromo, Hx'20 Inches, repretcaibjt
u little ltullau cxilo whose speaking ytt
itnii.ii,' tun rniifinL.ri ni fim nrarL. - -
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nios free, . -i
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