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TUK8DAY, J II LY 18" I
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'OMrtnl 'l'upernl UioOlsr 'llX.
UllN U. OIIKIlliY. Kdtlor unit VublUUer
TJillMS OJTTHR DAItW HULLKTIfl
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One jrhy enrrler, tn advance 10 00
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nlv&ncn i'I no
Vnoronrth.br mull 1 00
flire months ......... ..' 3 (10
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Ono yesr 10 no
TKEMS Of WKKKLV IIOtXItTI.V,
JnvirUbly In ndvanco. '
Hrmtfnff mnltrr on every iiauc
At Modnp City. Thoy .ltavo at
- last-obtained Milwaukee licet at, Mound
Litr. io nor sxpect to
have the nlcasuro ot look
log upon l'ottor, stripped or nil A
porjudiccs, and rccognizo in him i
jolly, fat, amiablo follow, devoid of liii
unroaioniug hatred of tho' nofjro) and
inclined to be, a fijuarb loan. .Mihvsti
kco bcor bis raved worec nion tli.ui
Potter, who has, wbrftever Iio may en
deavor to inako poopio beliovo, a vein
of good bunior in his numerous body ;
but horotoforo be lias been an imbiber
of ordinary beer, and therefore wai to
bo pitied, not blamed. If, howcver,Mii,
vaukco beer docs not rcgeneiato bun,
then farewell to all hope of bin reform
ation. He will dio without remorse,
and go to tbo dovil ns suro as Dr. L'hjcy
ought to be returned to tho legisla
Tue coutonts of Littcll's Living
Ago for July IS and 25 nro as followa :
Authors and ' Publisher Quarterly
Review; The Story of Valentino abd
hii Brother, Tart IX, Ulackwootls'
Magazine; Mr. Iluskin'a Recent Writ
ings, Frascr's Magazine ; l'ar troin tho
Madding Crowd, I'urt VU, Corn hill,
Magazine; Assyrian Discoveries, Fras
cr's Magazino; Whitby .lot, All tho
Y"car Hound ; A Lcttcr of LauTOiico
Stern, Academy; J-nglifh lyrical Poo
try, Cornbill Magazino ; Alice Lorraine,
Part VI, Blackwood's Magazine; Mas
ters of Etching, MaoMilUnJa Magazino ;
An Old Knglish Traveller, C'hambors'
Journal; The Rights of Children,
Victoria Magazino; Tho Romance of
tha Japanese Involution,' Blackwood's
Magazine; Tho Third . Kmpirc,. Piill
Mall Gazette ; Examination-Marks,
Spectator; Mr. Locker's London Lyr
ics, Spectator ; aud tho usual Poetry,
Vtt t.otlco Hon. J. II. Oberly is an
nounced tn addreu a iiwetiii(; of ni;rcci
it Cttro on the flrht of August. Ii hu
still wandorini; ftur strurigu goit l
Moand City Journal.
Wandoriug after ttrango godn? N'o ;
but dill after tho good old Democratic
gods of the pat, whon .lofTdtson wroto
and men khouted in nimlmir-e of his
doctrine. 118 it o'omo to" ttii.-that
a man who does not act with tho Re
publican party must not address n.no-
gro audionco ou any occasion', no mat
tcr what ho may desiro to nay to them V
Docs tho Journal .mean M intimate
tM ? Wo are surprised that a man
like Potter, who was onco n Republi
can, and endorsed the policy of
requiring tho nogro to fight for tho
Puion, and who lately nought by the
instrumentality of the negro voters of
Pulaeki to reform his oouuty, (should
have become ono of tlio ucgrooxtur
minating DomocratH who t-till olaim
that a negro has no rights n white man
is bound to rpspoot. j ; ,'
WHY 1)11) SHE WlUTJMUMtMV
A groat deal has been said and will
bo said about Mrs. Tiltpu letters to
Henry Wurd Reedier. Kudbavors uro
undo to explain the meaning of liar
expressions in regard to bur nffuotiuu
for "the great and noblo houI who is
tho illustrious aecubud," (vlih tho New
York 1 Herald ) and make thorn ap
pear consistent with the love of if -rir-tuous
wifo for her bubband. These
endeavors nro no doubt perfectly satis
factory to tuauy who believer liccauso
Mr. Ueecher is. a preacher, that ho can
do no wrong. Rut thuriuaro, tomo
pltiupcoplo iu tho ' worlilwho" "arc
puzzled to know why Mrs. Tilton
wroto to Uecchtr ut all. Tho very fact
that sbo did write to him, u fact w hieh
neither ho nor Hho denies, and that ho
rooetved uot only one, but many let
ters from her, carrier on lU luco evi
dence of tbo csibteneo of a bcntimcnt
botweon thorn uot compatiblo with tho
purity of their married relations. Her
letters to him aro -described as being
"very affectionate and, enJJjiHiastic,
and oxprocBing a doep,jiorvadVng love
tor him." Un the receipt of bhesueh let-'
tor frotrtMrs.'Tilton, what was Rcech
1 or's duty as'lPor preacher amTteacher,
as the friend of her husband, nnd ns a
man tbo. weight of' whose precepts auJ
example could hcarcoly be estimated?
No feeling of pity for tho woakneis of
a vory weak woman bbould have j,rc
mm mw mMmytrnxjum
on tod him from giving her tho rebuke
lu'r conduct dp4orved,aiid coruingyfroni
that time lmtli tgholiTuny comuiun
icatimi, of anjintaLlor-'whalcvcr, with
her. Inldol liiii pflurso, ho con
tinued to uceivn nnd lend her let
ters, if 1 d;d ii"t nnswor them ; ho
continui d ta visit her, and to receive
v if-its from tier iu his own home. I'n-dot-
wliat ciicumatanccs could theso two
thus meet, tho woman acknowledging
a 'ldecp, pervading lore " for the man,
fho' man receiving-lhro acknowledge
nicW!nndjiunkiiiif no effort to cheek
'(lmTT?' - -
Docs nny man or nny woman, not
an idiot.bcliuvo that Mr?. Tilton,!" ll'O
prcnenco of her htifband, would have
verbally expresfed a "I'ocp jiorvading
love'' for Mr. llcccbcr, or that Mr.
Rocchcr would have listened to such
expressions On' lf5r Bart under such
'circuinlilanccB ? ' MrL.Tilton's lotters
ureter Condemnation; nmUMr. Rccch
or's also. Ordinarily, there aro no cir
cumstances whatever which justify a
married woman in writing sentimental
or friendly lellciH to n married mini,
bo ho n preacher, or otherwise. When
n woman finds herself entertaining for
her minister or her milkman hcntiinents
whioh (Iio if impelled, to ooninmnicnlo
to hint .in tho form ot letters it will
not reijtiiro much "analysis" of her
mind hud heart, to i-hdw her that there
is Fomuthing wrong. Tho man who
receives Ftieh letters is u party to
tbowroug,, aud the letters ate
L oviil(!hcc7 not tbo camo 61 it. So
thcywoto ln tlio case of Mrs. Tilton
mid to they must bo in tho unto of ev
ery woman who stumbles and falls us
A Colored Hum's reply to
Bird of Uio Air told tho
Mil. I-IHTOU: My attention was
called to an article in your hsuo of this
nibrning, over'tlio signature of 1).
Rrown, entitled "Tho Negro."
The writer certainly dcaorvca much
credit for the length of his article, but
to cay that'it is meritorious, or even a
fair or just' statement of facts, would
bo bestowing prnisc where public cen
sure aud ridicule aro essentially du-
.llo pecmi to have taken exceptions
to that portion of Mr. Rird's speech de
livered at Carbondalc, which referred
to tho bitter past of tho colored man in
this country, and oiiileavors to vindicate,
iu nu indirect "mauuer, tho institution
oi slavery, by asserting that slavery
has proved a blessing to tho negro.
llo ays, "T do not (auction or np
provo of what was called tho peculiar
institution. In my judgment, it al
ways involves :i wrong to ono or both
parties, but not necessarily to tlus hcr
vant." Tho statement is as ialsu us it
in absurd. Thuro is no condition iu
which you can plaeo tbo servant, (slavo")
but what a wrong is necessarily in-
ilictcu. I no lmnuto you ucprtvo n
man of the freedom ol'specch and action
(except for crimo) tho privilege of
tho pursuit of happiness tbo right to
claim that he is tho head of his family,
and is under obligations enjoined by
tho strongest tics of naturo to protect
tho chastity of his wifo and daughter,
you bavo wronged him, and any man
who would defend nu institution under
which Mich acts aro tolerated, or throw
his arm of charity around tlnomauwho
commits htieh acts, is lowor down iu
tbo cealo of heathen lguoraneo than
those sablo sons who bavu remained in
Africa to 'enjoy their savago Ircedom
and diet of roots and Kpidurd." h'uoh
a man is woifO than an irreligious lib
ertine, and tho ponce nnd good order of
socioty is iu a perilous condition whilo
bo is permitted to run at large.
It is ualural fur nion to refer to
their nncostry with feelings of pride,
especially if thoro is a halo of glory
mrrounding it. Rut 1 do not propo.-e,
nor do I dcum it expedient in this ar
ticle, to attempt a historical vindica
tion of tho African race, iu order to
prove that we have a noblo ancestry,
vhOU btavcry, cbaraoU'r and anlolli
gguic wcru once the prido aud admira
tion of tho civilized1 world, for thoio
who have read history, impartially, are
familiar! with tho facts ns rucordud.
Kspocially is it charaotoristiu of tho
American iiconlo to boast of their
mother country, aud that thuir pilgrim
fathers wore of noblo birth. That
is very true. Rut it is not all. Let
histury speak tor tho Rritons, and lot
Rrown, Rrown who has "many ideas
on different f uhjootfl" hoar.
Macauley s.ays "when the Rritoun
first 'bucamu known 'ta'' tho Tvrian !
' 1... , j '
marineir, thoy -were Iittlo superior to
tho .Sandwich Wanders." Cllsar writ
ing hunlo from Rriuiin,naid "tbuy aro
tho most ignorant peophi I ever con.
quurcd." Many of tho Rritons, after
their conquest by tho Romans, woro
sent ns blaves to Rome, Cicero, writ
lug to bib friend Atlicuu, advised him
not to buy slaves from Rngland, be
cause, said be, "they cannot bo taught
to road, and nro tbo ugliest and most
stupid race 1 over saw." TIicfo writ
ers created n prejudice against the
Rritons which canted them to bo Fold
wry cheap iu Rome, whero thoy were
scon for years with brass collars on,
contaiuiug their owner's name,
Now, would Rrown, "or any other
man," but especially Rrown, who does
"not regard tbo average negio or the
nvorago white ns nliko or equal," dare
say that llicfo eonqucicd wcro not
wronged ? Tho simple namo, "slavo''
places tho wronged ntidiiijured creature
beyond the sympathy ol'his fellow-men.
Tho victim of a bitter prejudice is
scorned, ridiculed nnd abused ; not for
crime, but for bearing on his or her
brow, a brand worse than Cain's
Tho object of the founders of this
government was to establish a
covcrnmcut nt and for the
people. Its institutions are
liberal ; inviting people of every na
tion, tonguo nud kindred to come and
sharo its rights and blessings, aud if our
forefathers bad uot been stolen from the
cont of Afiicn, tlipy, like other advent
urors would hnvo found their way to
Ameiica, and finding it n fertile and
productive country, would have settled
hero. Tho negro In America is per
forming an important part in the
drama, nud iu tbo closing scene we
will discover that tho true purposes of
tho fathers could not bavo been ac
complished, if the negro had been left
behind tho curtain. Therefore, tho
"Negro problem,'' proper, is not to be
aolvcd iu this country, but in Africa ;
aud that they have the material there,
by which to cousumato tbo vait under
taking, is a fact that cannot bo easily
It is said that tho most learned col
ored men iu the world aro native
Africans, aud these men arc iu Africa
to-day laboring in tho cause
of education, and Christian civilization.
For proof of tho above insertion, I
am indobtod to the edito r-of tho Torre
llnuto ' Express.' And for the benefit
of Rrown, who is no doubt prepared by
this time to give us nnothcr install
ment of " his many ideas on ns many
difleront subjects," 1 publish tho fol
" Smuuol Crowlher is bishop of tho
diocc.-o of tho Niger iu Africa, is a re
gular bibhop of the church of England,
and the ouly one that can oxerciso a
full bibhop'sauth'ority undartho estab
lished church of England. He is the
best educated negro in tho world, and
one of the most umdnt nion tm earth.
Ho u a graduate of Oxford iu England.
nnd is a native of Africa. Edward W.
Rljdcns, professor of languages in the
college of Liberia, is a man of pure
African origin." Thoro aro a number
of okher colored men engaged in the
work ; somo with whom I am ac
quainted ; and through them, with the
rc-cuforcoinents they uro receiving
from this country by the difforcnt mis
sionary societies, whito and colored.
Rrown's negro question will bo solved,
A Coi.nnr.i) Man.
Caiho, July 25th, 1871.
of our Member.
WHAT ISAAC SAYS OF HIS
BOYHOOD AND MAN
HOOD. Cjuwio.miam:, .Itmu !, Id. I.
To tbo lvlttur of UIih'mi;o 1 nur-Ucuun :
Win: Not long tinvu )ou wuru kind
utiuugti to pulillrli my little okulcll ot (ion.
J.eiiaii. in that 1 intinmteU lint Lain
Iiuhu Clumuntr. tlio ri'pruautntivc I rum
tho lileutcuiitli llllnoi! uintrict, bail nlu
un lutDroftiny biatorv, ami us tbo prudpuvl
ii uooU lor lus ru-nonilmiliun by tuu Kk
pot)li:ani liurw it nmy lo intrruallug to
lliu puuiio to I; no v.- moru about mm.
Citiilaln Clttiieiiu h an Indliinii.il by
blrih. Hl lmrutiN were poor, but by
icotiomy tliey uittnavtl to rtuuro li i tit n
good otiucaiiun at Albany Uiiivorhity, Iu
mat emit', ami in ihiuur ibuii, lio pimi;ra
tl to tbu eity, wbur bo sutlled down to
til ii prautiuu of law. lie win a y uiiiij;,
llorcu and flcijiidiil itatu rij;hn JJomocrut,
uhu III lair to iiiaku t.i marh in 111.
putty. Iu IboO Iw Tvat, a follownr of lljiig-
la, out ii u iiroiig ii'Miinii lor llrueUin
ridi;. TIim winiur of I8C0-01 wat ro
tuatbablo In Muiiinuru lllinoii for tlarcu
and bittor ilijcutiums of tbo loeotilon
(jun'tioii, nnd curly in lliu spring of I BI 1
tl.iiru were many infctlngp, nnU lunuli raid
about Soutbcrn lllinoii joiinni; bor for
tiiuui witli tbu kOulb in lbs uviint uf war
bolwucii llm n'ctioii!. In ibojy iliioui
non, jauiif; CliMiignti mually took a
part. Although hu did i,ui Uvor rccui
.km, bo lull tliul tbu Houtli btu L'tiuiu Or
comp'.aint, and whilo ins tyiupiitliiei wuru,
tlui' uiintieu, nu wai ojipotud to cusion,
but nib.ntKlucd lbt her people ibould
ieuk to bavu t h I r wronci reilrfised utulur
tbu romtitution, ami not by revolution.
Hut tun war ibine, bumtcr curruu
dorcd, and tbo cry "to arum' ' wont abroad
in tho land. .Mud's buurts v.ara filling
tlitm vltli drend uf approaching deola
tion. A low tire-eating Romocruti of
.Southern lllinoii callod a meeting at Car
bmidalu for tlio purpnio of taking itnps
toward an alllania with tbo South. The
Deuioorats bad 1 1.0JO majority In tbu
old Thirteenth district, ami itwna thought
by many that I-ioan, Dougherty, ui.d
olhur leaden, would fuvnr luch u tp.
(Jullu a n u in bur of portotn mot on that
momortbto ivcnini;, ouri; (Dements
among tlio reat. The meeting whi orun
ir. ami Cloriionta was elected mcretary.
liiisititt prociolod until action wai
to In takon on ri-iolutinni Innkhc; ta
ic iijn.iiinl tbu kcrutary'a time bad
come. Heipranc to bli IhI, nd If a
IhuaUur-boll baa Inllon in i'"" ,"""
thul crowd of treasuti-worKeri would not
have boon moroturpilsod tbati tbey war
at tbo words that foil from tbo ipwakor i
Hps. llo oppoied tho resolutions, uoiiom
loatod tbum troionabi, tbnlr Hiitbora Irai
tori, and then and there, for llmo and
elornlty, ceanod his Halloas with tho
democratic parly, and d 'lUrfd his Inten
tion to enter tlio ranks of the union army,
and follow tho stars and stripes to victory,
or patriot crave. Much constornalion
followed. Crlcaof "put him out" woro
frequent, but it vras not done, and the
bck-bono of rebellion m tijypt Wai
.Mr. (jlmiienli onliiteJ In tho Ninth
Illln. .L lt.r,itit.rT. nnd not until nuaru
spread her whilo wlns ln.n tho lakes to;
tho ;ulf, and from tho Aliunuo to uio
1'aclUe, did bo ihiialho b awnrd. l'or, bo
it known, hn wont out with niuiket, but
roturiiiul ns n capluin, a position won by
fnltliriil aorvico and bonorablo fears.
Unptnln (Jlumunti vti;ai;f.l in thn praclicu
of law, nnd nllhoui;li tbo republican
psr'y M In the minority, bo consented
twlcoto carry Its banner In a contest for
tho Ivgiilalurn, but ho tailed "f success
bicauiu tho odds woro too treat to bo over
come. Karly In 1HI7, Judqu Uhaso up
poinlod him rlitr in llankruptcy in
this dillrlct, in which poiltion lie gave
satisfaction. Six years ngo It was pro
dieted llmt Clolnonts was Ibo comlni; mnii
for Ooiiyrcss, and two yearn ten ho was
nominated, and brat bis opponent 1,721
votes. His careor in Congress has boon n
nulnt ono. bill bis constituents aro so well
pleased with his rourso that thoro is but
Iittlo doubl ol lili nomination, ii noun
natod, bo will cnrtalnly b elected.
ST. LOUIS UNIVKKSITV.
T1IK FOltTY-KIl'TIt ANNUAIi
SKSSION of Sludloi in tho
ST. ROUIrf TNlVKItSlTV
Will begin on
MONDAY, Sia'J'llMRIIK 7th, 1ST i.
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Lamb, haiif.i'c, t ic., Uinl N prciaied to
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flunn-r ul liiti.ntti ylrt'ulnml t'oiu
tl. O. I'ATIKIl
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AIIVI'.U'I isi: IN
A man luti'mllue; to do IiusIucsh must
IIi-.nI prcpai c IniiiM'lf to mil l tho n-
iiulrciiicnts of liis ciisIoiihtm ; next he
miiHt let eicry possible or probable
('uttoiucr Liioiv Hint ho lr. so prepared,
In u icry miiuII place lie may H'.IA, till
the people what he can do. In u liit'cc
tillage u printed handbill, poster or
circular, properly distributed, will lie
rnicnclouc, hut WIIOKYMK IS IN .
I'L.vn: i.auci: rnoirjii to sit
pout a Nnvsi'.w'int wiu, visit
THAT IT IS Till: (IIRWKST Jl Rill I'M
tiiroi'cii which to Aiiniti:ssTiii:
'M i '
FINE MILLINEHV 0(;j,
KlIKall Kl'ltlNC. (1001)3.
MRS. M . J A U K S 0 N.
(Formerly Mrs. SwuikIcm.)
4iinouncoii;tlmt tbo has just opened a large
iiuortinent ot thu
AW I) HAIIlWtJM .
llllllinnri' Unn.la t, t,n . t i
. ...,. ... ,.u . , t.i, n
-Mto will keep on bund
11AT8, lioNNKTS, i'LOWKIl , 1(1 HII, IN ,
Diirdh Thimmincih ox Am. Kinds,
LlADIKi KUB.VIHIIINU (Joodk, MnrioK
VjUULAUB, UNUKUHI.KKVKH, Illlth,
And all L.f.otU tmintl hi mllM
nt which will be dlnpoied ot at tlin low-
e:lhb nrii'nH. Mm. .TunWknn r.iufi.i. in
ukna continuation of tbu putaonaKe u ,
imt uccii Koiioviuur uukifowon upon not
the lu.l in h of Ciilro ami tlio vlelnilv.
Cori ir Sliile m.
The most Unowned Siittlalut 1 A'jt, tut'
IraUiiwitafPJliy.Vl'K, CUIMXIC ami VU.
XMIY MtKA&KS,SKillX.U. Wh'AKXESJ.
ii:Boi's.NK8ii,rmrLM ox this i'aci. aikmionto
HICIITV, IIIPAHTD I011T. 1.01.3 OV UI.UOIIY
iMxiiooo rrai inxTt.v ccntn. unt rumu ov
iirillCit, l.lTF.KiTl'lin. ll-.llM .lib ,!..! .Lirk.llil
l(UloUl ldinaatrr7,lili(.t, Tbo l,;!UU
untlualtlil1(4 rmtlciHt. I.ikllti rulrlogutU;ftlM4,
vhJU-sI fttlftilklw r ftJiUe laikf ctllwr &44rv Out dot-bir,
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Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Tt bo Colors, JJve
Stults, Ftc., Etc., lite.
We Solicit correspondence and or.Ier Irotn DriiKnlnt, I'bj.lciain unil 0ineral Stnroi
in want of (iooiln In our Mini. Ktcainbo'it, 1'bnt.itlon nnd Fmnll)' ilcillclno cupui turn
l-liuil or Itelllled with Itcllable Druii at Itcaionable Kates-
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71 Ohio I.eveo. Wnililinjlon An-, cnr. Klfith St.
G J TJEb O .
T. J. KERTH, -
. ..tor l
BEERWART, ORTH &, CO.,
I-i iter 111
.Manutitlurgr and Jobber of
TIN, HII KET IRON and COl'I'KR.
rump'.. Hint Ciigi.. ,.- Cream Kr..ir
W liter CoitU-r. it.' Cloth for IV bi
llow Sere t'ii,.!up me.l Wnrc,
Gulloi'iug and Jol) Work
MADR A Sl'KCMALITY.
A'cnt lor tho
Garry Iron Roofing Co,,
The ben Iron Kooflnt; in the Market.
Onler from Abroad will ltni:i i. I'rouipt
All work ilnntMVith liiatrh mill W.m.iii.
tetl to kHc Satlsfa. turn
AT WILCOX'S III.OC'K J'oltsil.oo
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Oilllt u Over 1'lli.t J.atlonal II inU. .'l-U-nm
-lubn II. Jlullej'. William C. .Mnlkey.
MULKEY & SON,
. i.NKYS AT LAW
I. a 1 .'1 I, between Conniier
'r ikTi 1 IOti 'iwiiiieii. fflbtf.
,, v . GILBERT,
. :i v
.., : .: AT LAW,
Vt t' .
j-jj-.sp, . .1 it'i.tlon kIvoii lo Admiralty
and Sltaur . ..t hlivdui't..
Olliee : Ohio l.eri-, Kooius 7 audb omi
City Nnllonal ItaiiU.
r i'l'ttf 1
WIIOLKSARI'J AND RRTA 1 1,
nw m oil
Jr. ll 1 1 UM1111 K
R. SMYTH &. CO.
huiU)i i) kali: us
No. 0 Ohio l.cuu,
Boot & Shoe
lA'lwcce Tt iitn and ;, , ,,iu Mi- '
It. prepared to till ordcrti ullbout ltla.
Hu bus a lino i,to. k ol iiuitrtid leather u'u
bnritl,Jut recclvttl from .NcsncrK, mid ha
mt down Use prlct-n to lye luivcst not. b
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker & lllakc j
PAINTS & OILS
WINDOW (I LASH,
1 WWDOW SIIAUL
1 Anil the celebrated illiiniiiutin
llross' lliilldlnt;, 11th St. A: Uomon-inl Av
CARRIAGE & WAGON
SKth Sired and (.'oiiiiunrcliil Aveuiii1,
Siei liil attention tflvi
unil ko'ii'IhI I't'liaiiiiiK.
Siei iii alteiitioii L'lvtii to IIouhk siiniNO
ICE. ICE, ICE.
THOMAS S PRO AT & SON
W.iiUuIj :i'tl Ititii! Duliri In
riJKU LAKK 10K,
Culro, Illinol, and Colunibuf, Kontnoky.
Cairo olllt'o at Iluleu .t WiUou'ti, eoruer
Twelllh blroet anil Ohio levee.
Wo will run an ico wagon tbloiiKbout the
eiuiotf, tlollvellnj,' tuire UKu K-o in any OMt
l tlio il'at the lowcu murhet )irlce, nini
olll alrio luruUh our l'rieii'l.4 ouuide thoidly
wlili b'o ov the cal;u or ear load, packed in
ww ilmt, for bhlmuent to any distance,