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WKDNKSDAY, JULY 1,1874.
OMcinl ruperof Ihe Clly unit Comity
iull.N II. OlIKIitA'. Kdltor ml l'ubllr
TEEMS OF TUB DAILY UUWKTIN
One week, by carrier 9 V
One year by carrier, lndvnco 10 00
One year by carrier It not pld In
advance 'liOO
Una month, bymU 1 00
I'hree monthi 3 00
HtxmOBth.. tVi
One roar 10 00
TKRMS Of VTKKKLT tlULLKTIN.
One Year
1 00
75
Six Monttii
Threo Months
Invariably In advance.
KMwIInK mnllrr mi every Iiicr.
Secrrtahv BittBTovr is notgoiiif,'0)
allow any body's lioraeH nml carriage
to get htm into trouble. II" '""
fuied to accord, for the use or Iris wife,
the present or a pair of horses mid car
riage offered by n personal friend.
Tiik lion. Kugene llulc, successor
as postmaster-general, to Mr. Crcswcll,
is a member of congre.s from Maine.
Ho is a son-iu-law of Senator Chan
dler of .Michigan. It is said
that liia promotion is part of n
plan to elect Speaker Maine as next
president nnd that Grant nud IMainc
understand each other.
I'aper flour barrels are being made
in Iowa. Tbcy arc said to be air-tight
and water proof, to weigh much less
than tho ordinary wooden barrels, and
to be ablo to stand more rough usago,
One of tho manufacturer predict that
in five years uvery barrel of 'Western
flour will bo vent Hast in barrels
made from the straw the whoat crew
on.
Therk aro a few good " christian "
peoplo who think J3eeobcr can continue
to obaorvo the policy of silence and
preserve his reputation and power to do
good, but tho majority of people, chris
tians and sinners, stubbronly insist on
his saying ono of two thing " I did "
or " I didn't." Wo fear tho troublo
with the great Plymouth preacher is
that "ho'll be(morallv) d d if ho
does and he'll be d d if he don't."
There were six hundred thousand
tewing machines sold in 1S73, at
prices ranging trom sixty dollars to
ninety dollars npieco. lu England and
on tho continent tho eamo machines
aro sold at from twcnty-Cvo to forty
dollars. They arc mado in this couU'
try, exported and sold at these prices
It is said that they can be made nnd
sold at a profits for twolvc dollars and
fifty cents opicce. Tho small
nesH of the real cost of the
machines and the enormous profits
made upon them explain tho reason of
tho sewing machine monopolies.
The women's temporanco loagucs
of Ohio are on the right track. At their
recent stato convention a resolution
ras adopted in favor of the enforce
ment of tho law, passed in Ohio some
twenty years since but now a dead let
ter, providing for an inspector of liq
uors and the punishment of their adul
teration. To insist upon tho vigorous
observance of this law is ono of tho
most effective tomperauco moves the
women can mako and its success would
meet the approval of everyone. The
most iuretcratc drinker could not object
if th law should intervene to provide
him with pure iu.lcad of impure li.
uors, and the dishonest adulterators of
wines and liquors, tho common enemies
of the temperance and anti-temperance
parties, the mou for whose suppession
the law was framed, will be deterred
from publicly opposing its recognition.
PiiKniiiENT Grant h uuuiuiaiiuu r
Oov. Shepherd as oue of tho District
of Columbia comuisBiouors has met
with broad condemnation from the
president's political friouds as well as
his enemies. To stick to one's friends
it a merit in the president of the United
States as well as iii tho humblest pri
vate citizen , but while no ono can
gainsay President Grant's right to do
this personally, the people have the
right to object to his giving expression
to this feoling in an oflioial way, when
by bis doing, go.they are mado to suffer
the consequences of tho promotion of
dishonesty and incompetency to impor
tant publio positions. Let President
Grant embrance rogues as olosely as he
ay privately he should not insist
upon tho people taking them to their
bosoms alio. The reception of his ap
pointment of Shepherd, by tho senate
and the press, is an evidenco that ir
respective of party, the peoplo aic be
coming tirod sf this ono of tho presi
dents peculiaiitici.
CHIEF J USTIUB CHASE.
On tho 24th of June, tt Hon. W.
M. EvarU delivered boforo the Alumni
of Dartmouth oollcgo a eulogy on tho
lifo And service of Chief Justice Chase,
from which tfo mako tho following J
tracts, toffamcntary to tho grcatucss of
his cluractcr and tho emiuenco of his
pubiic services :
The commemoration which brinas us
together line about it nothing funereal,
in sentiment or observance, to narKcn
our minds or sadden our hearts to-day.
Tho solemn rites of sepulture, the sob
bings of sorrowing affection, the hom
age of publio grief, tho concourse of tho
grort olliccrs of state, tho assoiiiblngo of
venerable judges, tho procession of tho
bar, of tho clergy, of liberal and
learned men, the attendant crowds of
citizens of every social rank and sta
tion, both in the great city where he
died and at tho national capital, have
already graced his burial with nil im
aginable tlignity and unmeasured rev
crence. To prolong or renew this pious
ollico is no part of our duly to-day.
Nor is tho maternity of nturo which
the college gives to tho it calls itd
sons, bestowed ns it is upon their mind
and cliaractt nircctcd by tho death of
the lo!y ns is tho heart of the natural
mother; nor arc you, his brethren in
tho foster caroof Ihe spirit, bound with
tho same sonso of bereavement as arc
natural kindred. The filial and frater
nal relation which ho bore to you, the
college and the alumni, is hardly
broken by his death, nor is no hidden
from you by his burial. J lis comple
ted natural life is but the assurance
and perpetuation of tho power, tho
fame, tho example which the discipline
and culturo here bestowed had for their
obicct. and in which thoy find their
continuing nnd ever-increasing glory.
The energy hero engendered has not
ceased its beneficent activity, tho torch
here lighted still diffuse its illumina
tion, and tho fires here kindled still ra
diate their hf.it.
Not less certain is it that tho spirit
of this commemoration imposes no task
of vindication or defense and tolerates
no tone of adulation or applause. The
tenor of this life, the manifestation of
this character was open and publio be
fore tho eyes of all men, upon ati
eminent stage of notion, dis
played constantly in tho high
places of the world. No faculty that
Mr. Chaso possessed, no preparation
of mind or of spirit for great uudortak
inj:s or for notable achievements, over
failed of exercise or exhibition for
want of opportunity, or being exercised
or exhibited, missed commensurate ro
cognition or responsive plaudits from
his countrymen. Ills career shows no
step backwards; tho places he filled
were nil of tho highest ; the services ho
rendered wore tho most difficult ns well
as the most eminent. If, as tho
preacher proclaims, "timo and ehanco
happoncth to all, tho times in which
Mr. Chaso lived permitted tho widest
scope to great abilities nud tho noblest
forms of publio scrvico ; nnd tho for
tunes of his life show tho felicity of tho
occasions which bcfol linn to draw out
tfniec abilities nud to receive these ser
vices. Not less complete was the round
of public honors which crowned his
labors, and we have no occasion hero to
lament any Miortconiings of prosperity
or favor, or ropcat the nuthentio judg
ment which tho voices of his country
men have pronounced upon his fame.
k
In this disposition Mr. Lincoln ap
pointed Mr. Chaso to tho vacant scat,
and tho general voico recognized the
great fitness of the selection.
IIIUII miNCn'I.EU A.NH A LOt'TV SPIRIT.
It was with thoso endowments aud
with this preparation of spirit, that Mr.
Chaso confronted the realities of life,
and assumed to play a part which,
whotber humble oi hiyh ui tho scale
aud plans of circumstances, was suro to
bo clovatcd and worthy in itself ; for
tho loftiness of his spirit for tho con
flict of lifo was
"(uch at raited
To htght of noblest tompor lieroei old
Arming to battle."
Such a character necessarily confers
authority among men, nnd that Mr.
Chaso was ready, on all occasions aris
ing, to assert his high principles by
comporting action, was never left iu
doubt. Whether by interposing his
strong arm to save Mr. Birnoy from
tho fury of a mob of Cincinnati geutlo
mon, incensed nt tho freedom of his
press in its defianco of slavery ; or by
his bold aud constant maintenance in
tho courts ol th'j eauso of fugitivo
slaves, iu tho face of tho resentments of
the publio opinion of the day ; or by
his tearless desertion oi all reigning
polities to lend a fcoblo band of Protes
tants through tho wilderness of nnti
slavery wanderings, its pillar of cloud
by day, its pillar of firn by night ; or
as governor of Ohio lacing tho intimi
dations of slave states, backed by foil-
f.ri.1 iwiirT noil T iinptllur
mou ; or iu consolidating the triumph
ant politics iu tho urgent isouo which
was to flame out into rebellion and re
volt ; or iu his sereno predominance,
during the trial of tho president, over
tho rago of party hato which brought
into peril the co-ordination of tho great
departments of government and threat
ened its whole- frnme ; in nil tlio.-o
marked instances of publio duty, ns in
tho simple routine of his ordinary con
duct, Mr. Chaso asked but ono ques
tion to determine his courso of action,
Is it right? H it were, hohad strength,
and will, nnd courage to carry him
through with it.
NEWS ITEMS.
Europe consumes nbout two-thirds ol
tho potroleum produced iu tho United
States.
It is an cstimnto tliut tho gala nt tho
Mauritius, two months ago has re
ductd the sugar crop thereby two
fifths. The pearl fishery of Coylon for 167-1
closed on the first of April. The total
number picked amounted to 1,270,881,
and sold for Rs. 101,110, (say jCIO,
11!.; Tho conclusion has been rcaehod,
by thoso immediately interested, that a
full cargo of grain, loadod two-thirds
bulk and ono-third bagi, is the safest
and altogether the best method of
shipping grain to Europe.
Iu the two French colonists of Mar.
tiniquo nnd Guiana thcro arc more
thau 0,000 ncrcs undor cullurowitji
aunatto (Ut'.ra Orrllcna,) tho annual
produet being M,000,000 pounds. The
Sroduction of nnnatto now exceeds the
cmand, ns no fresh used have been
found for this coloring substance.
Thcro aro at present fifty-eight to-'
bacco factories iu Richmond, Vu.,
working on full time, nml employing
on an average nbout ono huudrcd hands
each. Of cigar-manufactories theie
aro forty-four iu operation iu Jich-
mono, but tho number ol hands em
ployed bear no comparison with thoso
iu tho tobacco factories.
The total number of Minis in the
New Vork Directory for 1804 is
'm ; in that of Urooklyn, 101,7S:i ;
total, :i l0,2S0. According to the com
mon method of multiplying by live to
compute the entire population, wo
would have in New York l,M7,flfi ;
in Brooklyn, fHf),U." ; or a total of 1,
(!9(!,1I0, which is probably not far
from the truth.
From beneath tho foot of tho people
who walk tho streets in Virgiuia City
8175,000,000 iu silver hasalrcady been
taken. Nearly one-half the popula
tion aro employed underground, nt
depths varying from 1 ,000 lo -',000 feet,
and fiom tho mouths of shafts nud
tunnels thousands of tons of rich silver
oro nrc hurried to tho surfuco every
twenty-four hours.
In tho Island of JJeuniou (or Hour
boti) thcro were iu 1870 nearly 700
acres under culture wild vanilla, which
produced oT.O-'j lbs. Tho French
colonial cotntnissioh has been seeking
to extend tho culture of this valuable
orchid, and instructions have been sent
out to tho colonies us to the processes
of artificially fecundating und prepar
ing the pods, and it is expected that
the culture will bo largely extended.
It was from Reunion that vamllu was
transported to Mauritius.
PUINCESH NELLIE ON TIIK
BRINY.
Mrs. S.irtoris .ncvor loft her stato-
room but once on tho passage. Sbo
came on deck for a few minutes ono
morning in a blue wrapper and white
shawl, but beforo it was well known
sho was out kho had disappeared again.
Mr. Sartoris did not sharo this seclu
sion, but was around most all tho time.
Ho said his wife was " not sea-nick, but
homesick. Poor Nellie I o could
nil of us understand that sho might be,
for of all tho dull youths who part
their hair in the middle (and it'n your
dull youth who always docs that) .Mr
Algernon Frederick and tho rest of it
Sartoris is the dullest. While wo
waited our turn at tho dock in Liver-
poo), ho, with somo others, went ashore
and boueht mutton pies, so that the
rest roally good view of Nellio Grant
we had after she came abroad, was
standing resting on her husband's fat
arm, her eyes full of trusting affection,
her heart full of confidini; lovo, and
her mouth full of Livorpool mutton -,.u
" n'.i.i r. i ... ii.i.-
I Viaecngci.
A GERMAN COLONY IN ALA
RAMA.
Cullman on tho South and Norll
Alabama railroad, is thclocality, and it
is thus described :
It is a neat town with forty-fivc
houses, three schools aud churches, two
hotels, three stores, two sawmills and
ono planingmill, with various kinds of
shops and other conveniences. Jiesides
the dwellings now occupied, otic lain
drcd and sixty-two additional lots arc
sold which must be improved within
six months ; two hundred families arc
living around tho town, nnd forty-two
thousand acres of land have been sold
to now settlers who will move iu soon
There aro tou or twelve arrivals daily
and tho wholo colony is in a flourish
ini: nud prosperous couditiou. What
will bo the future of tho colony tio one
cnu tell, but nil of the colonists nrc do
lighted with their now homo, und aro
using all their influenco to mduco oth
crs to come. Wo may reasonably ex
pect that iu a few years all of tho 31.r,-
OIKI acres contracted for will ho thick
ly settled with a sober, industrious and
thriving German population.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS NORMAL
UNIVERSITY.
Cacuomiai.k .Iiii'Kmhi 'ouiity, )
May Id, IsTI. f
un condition Dial l nillh ient nuinlu r ol
jotnij; iici'smi-. divlri', ami nru willing to
I'unlilliuli' ;i Miy i ni:ill Mini toward di-fru)
inn e.Micn-es sav two hundred at (on
liilUr- earli a Normal institute u ill bo held
in tin' now IimIIiIIiii,', comimincinKIUly l.llio
day of ileiliiallii' the ImlldliiKi'.aiul continue
tlll.Jnh III. .The rrliieipai oi iliu l olMTly
will have charge, unit the members ot
the l.ii'iiitj lllhu tho main putt of tholn
tlriiilloii. At lea-t ten lectin c will lit; shell
and, If llio cash contributed Is BlilUcieiit, the
best men of this htatr a Missouri and Indi
ana, will ho brought In for these lecturers.
Knot nun i' than one hundred nud titty in
tend, tho pci-oiil contract with the luMriic
torn will be greater nud the prollt more ; and
an the cxpuiitcol'tlio imtitilliou will bo t lie
amc, lliu fee idioiild bo llvo ilullii. If three
hundred Attend, the lee could bo reduced to
three dollar.
As tho titate It-Kltlaliire liial.cn no prov
Ions for paying tho expenses o( hUch an lu
btltuto, o ilcblrablo to and valuable toniblie
Southern Illinois, add another favor to the
many they huvo already dono the. commu
nity, and (jlvo this nuiinuiiceliient teveral
Kratultouit liikcrllons m u good place, and
cull the attuntlou ol teachers to It t
Let all who wMi to attend, mid their
name at once and not later than June '.10,
prox to Dr. Hobras secretary oftructies.of
Southern Illinois .Normal l.'nlvertlty.C'srbon.
dale.
(iood board can be had lu Carbondale at
rcakonalilu rntcv,
N. II. The liistltuto catniot be held with
ci than one hundred and liny who will pay
Ave dollar each. UoiikutAm.yn,
l'rlnclpal of Faculty.
II. WARDNER, M. D.
H. .1. STALKER, M. D.
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And I ctler Iii
FKIiSIl MEATS,
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Kiouth Mtrkkt. hit. Washington anh
CoMMKKi'iAi.,Avg.nd)ining llanuy I.
Keeps tin1 lii'M fit Ilit'l,l'iik, Mutton mmI,
null. S:iii.il'i, I'd'., mid N prt'iuirrd to
vri: l.iinilli's III 'i lU'i-jpluMa limiintT.
JAS. KYIIASTON,
BUTCHER
Ami Urtlcr In
ALL KINDS OFFRKSII MEATS
Near Cor. Twotiteth Slroet and
CouiinorciaiAveuiio.
OUUO. ILLINOIS
HYLAND i SAUR
And Dealer." in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of every decnptioii,
Cor. lOthPlreet nnd Conmur-lal Avenue,;
.Next door l-J the Ujl.nnl .-.n"o.
Uaiuo, ii.i.ikoim.
THE CAIRO CITY
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COMPANY
Are prepared to i-uppl cuitomcre
wim mo out
IPITTSBURG
i AND
I ILLINOCS
COAL
i.kavi: oiinr.ii5iT
lOrilalllday llro.'s otcc, No. TO'
Ohio l.evee:
rarllallldayllro.'.s Wlrflioa I
J3TAt Iviryptlan JtlllS'i- '
I3'f"At the coal iiuiu, foot oil
Tldiiy-elghth Micct. i
Special Inducements io Lir; Consunera
IIOAT MOItll
G. D. WILLIANSON,
WHOLESALE (ROOEH,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Deftlf In
BOAT STORES
No. 7C Ohio I.ovet-, CAIRO, IIJ.S
tSTHpcclal nttentiocctven to coiiiJKn
Plenu mid lillhu; ordcrH. ll-'i tt
SAM WLSON,
DKAI.HIilN
BOAT ST0HES
Groceries, Provshns, Etc.,
No. XXO Olilo Xjovoo
CAIRCILLS.
R. .ONES,
Boot fc Shoe
M1KER,
Oommenial Avenue,
Ilctwecc 'I'enthand Eleventh Street)-,
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
Is umiared to til orders without delav.
lie lias u ami otocl ol'lniirtlid leatlicrou
liand.jilstlecblvedfroiu .vcrk, and liar
put down thoprlcoj to tye lowert iiotcli,
o-i .oi
MMiliIililil
MlSaOUIU STATE LOTTERY.
LXOALISHD 1IT UTAT AUTllOHITV AMU
Dkawk ik I'uulio ik Hr. Louis.
Grand Singlo Number Sohomc.
OU.UUU NUUniRB
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ro iik jJiuw.v Mnrcli W. Is7l
'rlzos, Amounting to J30o,()Ud.
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.ilivjjd down l th limn Lmd, nu .n
Ini r eoder lu iiprlnion ot imorn
tltHtUtlf rs,
ll.c ofli iai iHiuiii ' III l ,ii' ,1 m the Si
Iiuis tuiii;rsanja col'V of iltnwmi: r.ntlii lHinhasf rs
ol Ileitis
e will ilraw a ftimilar sr licine tli last iby of vrry
titmilli ilurlnt; Hi ear ls-
llehiil jti iut n.k Li- utnt nlTice ttinnv ontrr. icais-
Icrril letter, draft r.r etr'. Neml for ciriHlir
Adilrrss MI UKA, .Mil. I. Kit A IU.
I I'. (), hot 'Jill'.. M. ImU, Mo.
K)H HI I AM t K
R. SMYTH &, CO.
wiioi.ksai.i:
LIQUOR DEALEKS
No. CO Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
B. F. PARKbR,
(Suecosnor to l'nrker & lilake,)
Deulrrin
PAINTS & OILS
VARNISH US,
RRUSHKS,
WAJ,L I'Al'P.R,
WINDOW GLASS,
WINDOW SHADES
And the celebrated lllmuinathij;
AURORA OIL.
Hron' UuIMlut;. 11th St. A: UomurcUl Av.
CAIRO, ILLS.
FRED- HOFHEINZ
CARRIAGE & WAGON
MA NUFaCT U JIE l.
-.(Mi
RLACKSMITJIING.
Sixth Street nml Couiiuorcinl Aveni;i',
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Htiechd atlci'.tlnn l-Ivcii to Iluttdi: Slioixrt
iitiif KctitsI ri'palriny. M-(-.!--ir
C. W. WHEELER,
Di:.u,i:it i.x
WOOD AKD GOAL
OKl'ICi: AND YAUD,
10th St. bet. Washington & Commercial Ave.
A large ciippl)' ot lMttcbur and IliK
Muddy coal constantly on hand, Ktovc
wood sawed to order. Orders lor ccal oi
wood should bo l! at tho ottlco ou Tenth
trect. Tenns, cash on dolUery.
WAGON MANUFACTORY
For Sale at Wholcsalo aud Retail.
(.OltNKIl ;i2l) KTHKKT A Nil OHIO I.KVKK,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
.1. '. CJiX i:
FITS CUIIED JFREE.
Anv peiaoii hUlleriu Horn tho nbovn ills
case (h roiiucsted to address l-li. I'ltH K, and
a trial botllo ol iiicdleiiiii will bo forwarded
bv fxiircn. l'Ki;i:!
Dr. i'riee Is a regular physician, am his
inline tut iicaimuni oi
rrrs ou Ki'ii.nr.sv
a 'Ui'U for years, mij in- will wanaiit a
clue, by the urn of bin remedy.
Do not fall to rend to him lor trial hottle;
it cH-t.i nothiii).', and ho
w i i.i. vv m i: v u ii,
no matter of how Ion;; tnu1liur your car
may be, or how m.tiiv othui remuilieo iu;u
have failed.
Circulars and testimonials vent w llh
I'ltKi; TUIAI. iiotti.i:.
Addl'esj
I)U. CHAS. T. I'KIL'i:,
iT William .Street, Now York.
tis-iVil-dAwly
COFKHY, HARRISON & CO.,
(SuccoBsors to 1). llurd .t aon.)
AND
Commission Merchants,
ri.OIIB.MUAIN AND HAT.
No 03 Ohio I,voo, OAIKO.ILLH
NKW YORIC STOitK,
WUOLKSALK AND RETAIL.
LA.UQ1MT VAHIMTV ll'OO If. IM TIII1 CITY
OOOUB HOLD VKRY OLOHB.
Cornar of HluteutU art ana Cam
aivrolal Atcdui
OA! HO, ILLINOIS.
(J. ). l'ATDJIt
C.W. DUNNING, M. D.
HKrttDK.NUl'-corner Mnlh und Walnut
lieetN. Oillce comer .Sl.lh klruet and
loluveo. Ollico hoiim-irouiu u, in.,
im, and I) p, in
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WlIOJ.KSALl':
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BARCLAY BROTHERS
Jobbers and Retailers of
PURE DRUGS,
Cliomiivils, 1'atiMil iMfilicincs, I'lM'fiiiiit'ry, Soapn, UnislifH,
Toilet t ArtieltM, J)niuisi's Fanes (iootls, Collier AVhito
lieail and Oilier (Iratles, raints," Cnlors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window (Jlasp, Wax Fl.,ver Material, Ti be Colors, Dvo
StulVs, Etc., Htc, i-:t...
We Solicit rnrreinuilci' and oi.,t Iron, DroKists, l'hvuiiii and (leiictal htoms
In want ol floods In our I. Inn. Mrntnlio ,t. I'lintttion and Kuim'y Mtitliliiu cac Itlfii
Ished or llellllcd w-Itli Krllnhle Drn'js at Id a-oinilile Itntis
WUOLKSALK & 11KTAIL.
71 Ohio l.eicc.
C .A.
NEW H
Ha
IllA ll It v I I II V.I I
n inn ,t'( it tt i ! Ar.ii,. i.
t r... . A t V 1 I t ( .
rv iMuiuuiiu ii;uuuliu'', uuu
will always bu ghol to cce them.
uuv.iLs. 1'ir. i aiKiir win wnifTititi
v rai nr ism ns ti
First-class Day Hoard $20 per Month.
HAEBiY WALKER, Supt.
Planter's House.
50 Ohio Levee - - CAIBO, ILLS
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
I'lio Planter's Ilouo i.s lucalc-l mi Ohio I.ereo ,vlreet
OJiOKliVROXIMITV rV IIAIIJIOAI) I ) k
POTS AND ST MAM DOT I,Ai DJNGS
Ami in tho IVntcr of the ISiimiicm Poilimi ol tlm Ciiy. 'Iliu Home iMicw
and coinplutu in all iln npjiointiiinnla. 'I'lm iornn, an Ihic nnd nity bendis
hoiu (!lfKantly fiirni.slieil nml carpeled. OuohlM will iccuivo eouilfoiiH ticnt
m ou t anil llio boHt of accoiniiioilalioii?.
Transient fi unstfj $i por Day. Day Hotivdnrs $.20 per .Month-
A TrustyWatch for Trains aud Boats Day and Night.
27i--:i-ii7-3ni.
Eobt. Wood & Co
1131! KIDUK AVKNUK
PJ1ILADELA1IIA, KNN.,
rouutnliiH, Vusrs, AiiIiiiiiIh. Iron Stairs,
I.niiili l'o.its Slnhlo l'llliii(,'s,
Wire '(ii IiH.
CAST,VROUfiHT& WIltB HAIL1NCS
.NKW and IMItOVIII'DCIIAIUIortboalrcii,
Concert and l.ci:tliroIIalln.
And n (icncral Assortment of Oma
mental Iron Work.
H.tlmitcB aud dci.li;iiH eenton anidlcatlon.
stating tlio claH ot work dctlred.
:w-i-i-i-coii-
WILLIAM IL BMITU, M.D.
URSIDKKOK No, 111, Thlrteontii mrcot
botweon Waahitmton utuiiiiu and Widnii
lioet. Ollico l-il commurclal avcriiio, up
talri.
AND RKTAIL
Wz ,
immm and
HI.TIL ,1 I'HK ntH'TION.
Wjishln-rtmi Ac. ror. IMruUi St.
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I.VMIUASCK
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Asent
ori'ici:,
unio Ijcvco. over A la im .t 111.1
UaTAour. but jtnt-cluu Companies
rfprtsruUd,
IHSH7RANCE.
KSTAIII.IHIIKI) lSfiS.
SiiHoi'd, Morris & Candeo,
I.VSUItANCI'3 Agknts,
7!! Ohio Loveo, Oity Nntional Jlauk
JSuililiii.', (Jaikd, Ii.i.s,
Tin: oldest established Ap'iicy lu Soutbeiu
Illinois, repicteiililii; over
$65,000,000.00.

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