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. RAILROADS.
I.LIN0I3 CENTRAL RAH0A1).
T11AINH UtVK CAIHO
Hail at Ji:IJii.m., Daily.
hxpretaa nso p.m., "
Freight a 4K.K) a, in.,... except bunday
rrcigni at 11:1m a.m
Freight it. . . 1:00 p.m.,... ' 1
Aiintvr. at CAino
Mill at 1-30 a.ni Dally
Express at 'i:0t p.m.,. ...except bunday
trcigm ai i:ra a.m.,....uxcepionaay
r rcigni ni.,...i":w mn., except oumiay
rrcigui ai,.....:w p.m......
1M ii.lT'tf. JAMim.loiiwaoN, Agent,
JHE CAIRO AND VIN0KNNE8
RAILROAD.
r tiME.
AIKO
TO
l;u I.SSATI AND L0IJI9-
VILl.E.
I On hiuI niter, lime 7th passenger train
urn run uauy except nunuaya at lotions :
UOINO NOItTII.
Cairo, leave,, , 6:30 a. M,
Vienna, arrive 7SB
Harrihtir&rrtve M.-20
Norris Cltyyarrivo 10:18
Tannl, arrlvo... lu:f0
C ray vlllc. arrive USU
Mt. Carmel, arrive ,...1U:I0 1'. l.
t inreuucs, umve..., 1:111
' union Depot, arrive... 1:20 "
' ' leave 1:40 "
Oricinniitl. arrltc 8X) "
Louisville, arrive 0M ',
ooiwi Hotrrii.
Cairo, arrlvo iOM v. i.
lenna, arrive :L "
llarrlsburir.nrrivo 7:02 "
.Norris City, arrive- (iroli "
Ciirnil, urrlvo 6WI
UrayMHc, arrive 4:40 '
.Ml Canncl.nrrho 4:M "
Inccnnr", leave 'i'X "
" L'nlon Depot, leave 'J:4-i "
" arrUe...... '1M "
' luclnnatl, leave li'-V) a, m.
IjiiiUMIIp, leave Ui "
co.nnrctions.
At Cannl with St. Ixiuli ami Southeastern
train totinillruuiEvaiitvlllH and (hjIiiU west;
Leaving Cairo ..trJVlA.il.
Arrltinglu Evansvlllc r. M.
Leaving lt-M "
Arming in wairo io:;n
At Vlnccnnoi with Ohio mid
railway for Cincinnati ami IajuIi
nil points cast and wct;wlth
oils and Vlncennc. rail'
Indianapolis and all points north.
ial and went; with Evantvllle and Craw
lorilollle railway for Evansvllle,Terra Haute,
Danville, Chicago and nil point north, eat
mil vet.
At Norris City with the Hprlnnlkld
and Illinois .Southeastern railway lor !buw
nf i town and 'Sprlngileld, 111., and point 1
mirth.
At Cairn with the Mlllpp. Central,
and Mobile aud Ohio, for all liit south;
nltliCalro, Arkansas and Trxan,for all point.
in ArkaiiM and Texas.
HOUND OITT ACCOM UOI'ATION.
Leaves Cairo f:20 i M.
" MoundClty XiiO "
M. II. OooDltlCli, Oen'l Ticket Ag't.
TIME TABLE.
ST. LOUIS IKOX MOUNTAIN
AND SOL'TIintX RAILROAD.
Omnibuses arrive at and depart from the
oftlco sorrier tfrventli rtreet aud Commer
elal Avenue as lollowa
'lxa Kxprcii ieavc 1)0 a.m. Arnvei
2-M a. m.
Charlettou Acrommodatlou leavea 10:3J
a.m. Arrhes U:l5n. m.
Cnltunhui Accomodallon leavea 1:00 p. 111.
Arihek VM p, m.
TWENTV-KOUK IIOUIIS hV.fU 1 1I AN MV AXY
OTIIKK II01TX,
Tiliie from Cnirn to Little Itoek 13 hoilra.
To Tex.irrana tri hour.
To .lcReron, Tcxai, 'ii hotiri.
Ti.lan.hall2Uhiiuri".
ToMireveport, Iul.Iana, VC1 houi.
To HallnH, Ti'xa", 'M hbura.
To llearne, 'IVxuk, a houn-.
T11 Itiiu-ton, Texa.,4 1 boun.
To (ialvc'ton, Tuxai 44 hour.
U. Axtii.!., Chief Knirlnoer.
t W. Ilf:cL'i:iiiol!lut, Agent, Cairo.
DON'T BUY
l nt ill vou have examined the only com
pleto ami I.U)(eJUtoik of Confei tlonery ever
kept In Calm. Kvery dealer should know
he can buy ( heaper and Hetternood where
they an- made, than Irmn coud luiid deal
i r, Iteinemlier there l hut one place to do
thii
t'ANDV l'ACTOKY
HOSE L TEMME
Manufacturtri, Wholesale aud
lUtall Dealeri In
Confectioners Goods
No. 17 'J Waiblngton Ave.
Ctiro, IHh.
AT ONCE
l.ool; I" jour interrnt and liny direct Irom
the only Miinulacttirlni; Confrclloncrii In
yotilherii Illlnol.
no at ntobi:b
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GHOOEH,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
Aud Dealer in
BOAT STORES
So. 7(1 Ohio I-cvee, CA1KU, ll.l.S
t3"8poll attention Riven to eonxlKU.
tnunt. and lilllui: orctera. 112 tl
SAM WILSON,
IIKAI.KH IN
BOAT STOEES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
ZsTo. XX O Olilo Ziovoo
CAIRO ILLS.
DR. "W.BLAUW
GERMAN W YS1CIAN.
Jtiaori Ulcclf (up Hart) corner 8tb Btro
and Waihlugto Avenue.
90 31-tf.
CAl'.O. ILLINOIS.
A MAN Intending UiUo'mstneai! muit first
prepare hlineu m niecnuu reiiuireiiienm
of bin cumoiuem ; next ft mint let every
niiinlule or protmhto cu.htatr know that he
ia to prepared. In a ry Mtuall place ho
may TELL all the people hat lio ean do. In
u lareo vllhive a printed tandblll, potter or
circular, properly dlltrlbd, will tie clUca.
clou", hut WKOEVKU I 1 A PLACE LAltOl
ViVii THAT IT IB TUB ClAPKST MEDIUM
TUnOTOU WUICH TO ADDlpaTHK rUBLIC.
Ml.nmltiif
ivllle, a hjl
Indiana!
way Mr
mm
VOL. G.
PLANTER'S HOUSE.
50 Ohio Levee -
EDMUND HUEFNEU, Proprietor-
TLo l'lantar'w House is located on Ohio LcVeo Street in
CLOSE PK0XIMITY
POTS A3SrD STEAAtBOT LAJSDIGS
Aud in tho Center of the Uuninecs Portion ed t ho City. Tho IIoueo is new
and complete in all its appointment?. The rooms, arc lariro and airy, besides
being elegantly furnished and carjictcd, Oncsts will 'receive courteous treat
ment aud the best of accommodations.
Transient Gucats $2 per Day.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
LARGE nM
Oflercd
CHEAT REDUCTION IS PEICES
nv
Cor.. 8th St. and
DOMESTICS,
PRms,
GIXGJ1AMS,
LAEGE STOCK OP DRESS GOODS
LAWNS, SUITINGS,
JAPANESE SILKS, SlLiiV I'Ul'lilJXS,
ALPACAS, GRENADINES.
LARGE STOCK OF WHITE GOODS. Victoria Lawns,
Swiss, Mai'saillcs and a Large
Stock will be sold at Actual
closed out.
Call and bo convinced of Great 5ar"ains.
TERMS, STRICTLY CASH.
CO 7-3-tf.
Bristol 8u Stilwell
Family Grocers,
Keep every thing pertaining to the
lino of Staple and Fancy Uroceries,
Woodonware, Vegetable.", Fruits, fee,
Fruit Jars Just received:
The Queen Mason's Force
lain Lined top. Latest Im
proved jelly Glasses.
No 32 EIGHTH St.
OVIHO. XXaXi.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY. AUGUST 18. 1874.
CAIRO, IILiS
TO RAILROAD DE
Day Hoarders $20 per Month.
and Boats Day and Night.
274 3-27-301.
Of Dill GOODS
for Sulo at
t
Commercial Ave.
SHEETINGS,
BLEACHED MUSLIMS
CRETONES,
PERCALES.
Stock of Ribbons, This entire
Cost, and continue until it is
SCOVILL'S
SYBUP.
All cuinntoui eruption, on thu face or
body Indicato
AN IMPUIIK CONDITION OF
TIIK UI.OOD,
and tlil may, or may not be acnorci.A; but
iucllher case the tlln-aso U nothing more
than an I.SStimif.S l'otnON that
BllKSS I.IKK A TKRMiUK FIRE,
ai it enun-et through the velne, wowlnj,' Heeds
ol deatli with ccry piil.-atlun.
In tlil m e.ondltion if thing' lometbln U
needed atouee to cleanc the hlnod and
SCOVILL'S BLOOD AND
LIVER SYRUP
will poillivtly cirect thi dektderatum, ex
pellliiK ever) truce of ilUeu.e lrom ttio blodo
and nybteni, mid leaving thu kMii
SOFT, FAIR AND BEAUTIFUL.
Uuudred? of certllicatea attet it" value.
Trice 81 per bottlo.
JOHN F. IIKNltY, CUIIHAX& CO.,
Proprietors,
b and 9 Collego I'laco, Now York.
ALSO 1'ltOPltIKTORS OF
llull'a llulaam for the LungN, Carbolic Salve,
Eddy'H Carbolic Truchex, Oxygen
ated Hitters for Dynpepsia,
Or. Slntt'e Liver I'lllJ '
Dr.ltogcr'iiVpgetahlo Worm
Synip, Ur. llemiett.s Suru Death to
Hats; .Mlee, and A'ermln, llutala HairUye,
nta, Ktc., Ute.
FOR SALE BY ALL DltUGQISTS.
o iiitiiunijirt
C6ll.cr State St.
VUXCS.UO.
TAemoitEtnetpiudBptHalUt f tU Jft,ln t
trtatiiwit tfPBIVJlTK, CllJlOSJd aiul ,0111
x.u: r vissA&sa, bkxinm, wxax.vesx
.MiBTCtlSltail.rUrLtl OK Til VACk,. AVnWIOXTO
bociitv. ivrAifnp eianT.-t.oss or'WKunat
liisnooD rcu- 'Wtlt ctiud; thk cbiah or
VEDIC1L LITialTl'aX.IIIutrb4lialiu Wu.ll(.,
4.1.l.'K.7trr7,wtr.t, TIM lyH'""u
torrta. Tkr uut wa ulrt. rtU WmiU,
mll..lUlM.ltuic7fc Ijvli.. mulrtet ur(kl 1,
fttedkU .tuoAAOM cr Ajtle. my ..!! or .dir.. lb. Anctor.
Iv.iU. pr.rWil with rtl, J .pruU, lu4, autk'
U, CwrtOutulM, BMfMi.lAuL .,
in .mm mi i in ii
I 8ULUYAW. Drug, medicine, per.
(Turnery, OTorjtblng In the lino, at T,
i K, Hulllvan', 16!i Commercial avenue.
Jit.LV Pnxssi. Something new In
thu Jolly l'foii lino, at Ilunderion'e, i9b
Commerelal aventii). l'2-S 8-lm
Jaukuuotk Jt Co cututiatoi t'ronch
hlacklnc at Sullivan , drug .tore, 5 and
10 coatl per loi. It li tin b it blacking
In ute. 8-IC
All tho day boarder In tho city can
aocommodated at tho SU Cbarloi
botut, with Urit-clau board at locond clail
ratea 7U 4-10-lf
Dti. "Williams, Dentist may bo found
In hfi olllco at any timo; oxtracti toeth at
all houri day or night. Uflice nt MO
Commercial avonue, botwecn 8th and 'Jth
I tree t. 4 5-8-4-lm
Tint Iargoit and boet-eolected Itoek
of rURNITUBK for ,'ialo at wholeiale
and retail by 11KNIIY EICHHOFF, No.
llo, Commercial avenue, oppoilte Heventh
troct. 71 t-17-3m
CaksI Cans! Oanb I Quarts, one dol
lar per dozen; half gallone, one fifty
per dozen; mado of beet material and
grooved mm; at Ilenderton't, 190 Com
mercial avenue. 52-8-8-lm
Fou Balk. ajo uozon one quart trult
cant at $1 per dozen ; half gallon cana at
$1 o0 per dozen, all of good tin with
grooved le'ami, manufactured and for lalo
by A. II alloy, 168 VTuhlngton avenue
noar Tenth itrtet. 82-7-17-lm
Gbai-m, UiiAi Cf, Okai-is IVrtlos can
aupply tbemielvei with grapes in any
quantity and at prluea that are cheaper
than the cheap.it, and freih tuppllea are
received every day, at No. 78, Ohio
Lovee. U. A. "Wiieilock.
1G.8-U
Hanover Colleegc, anor, Indtaua
Nest term beclni September !Hb, 1671.
Two full couriea, clailca.l and acientltie,
with prepatory department, Full faculty.
Tuition lrcc. Hoarding at low as elsewhere,
For Information er eatalogucn apply to Itcv
O.C. UECKMAN, I). I). President.
s.'j-7-aMw
Wadiiisotok Uakehy. ilr. Joieph
Koneker has taken chargo of thti woll
known citablithment, and wll', on a rid
attor to-dty, bo able to lupply tho
publlo .with cbolco broad, Including
iWtoo, Biown and Graham bread, Leeidci
cakes and confecttonarlei of ovcry de
scription. Using an experienced and
(kllful baker, Mr. Koneker will not fall to
tatlify all who patronize blm. 140
'iV&ibfcgton'avenuo. 38-7-2-ltn
The Daroer mop it uu .no corner ot
Kigbth ttreot and Commercial avonuo
wbcro J. George Htienbouie with hit gen.
tlemanly aitlttanU can be found at any
hour of tho day or night, ready to toothe
your leollngi with a tmooth thavo, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a first-cUci hop, and you are
turo of revolving firtt-olats treatment
LnJiot' and children's hair cut or curled
ftml e v.ctX approvedttv S-16-t
Uklta Ckiahs. ilr. T. K. Sullivan,
druggist, 102 Commercial avenue, bat
fometblug new In tho way of cigan. He
is now tolling a brand of hit own called
thu Delta, put up in handsome packages,
made of the vory belt tobacco, and told
for kivk oknta each. Those who tmoke
them will agree with us In saying that
they nro far superior to most of the ton
cont clears told in this market. Try the
Delta cigar. i-34-lm
Many who are suliering from the oiled
of the warm weather and aro debtlitatod
aro advised by physicians to take moder
ato amounts of whisky two or three
times during the day. In a little hile
tboso who adopt tbit advice frequently in
crease tho uuinbor of "drinks," and In
time become confirmod inebriates. A
beverage that will not create tblret for in
toxicating liquors, and which It intended
especially for the benefit of dobllitatod
persons, whether at home or abroad, is Dr.
Sehenck's Sea "Weed Tonic. Containing
the. juices of many medicinal herbs, this
preparation docs not creato an
appettto for tho Intoxicating cup.
Tho nourishing and the life
nupportlng pnporilos of many valuable
natural production! contained in It and
well-known to medical men, have a most
strengthening influence. A tingle bottle
of the Tonic will demonstrate itt value
able qualitlos. For doblllty arising from
sickness, overexertion or any cauio what
evor, a wine glaiMul of Sea "Weed Tonic
taken after meals will ttrengtbon the
stomach and create an appetite for wbolo
tome food. To all who are about leaving
thoir homos, wo desiro to tay that the ex
cellent oflectj of Dr.ticbenck'i neatonablo
remedies, Ha "Wood Tonic and Mandrake
Fills, aro particularly evident when taken
by those who are injuriously affected by
a change of water and diet. No person
should leave home without taking a aup
ply of those safeguards along. For sale
by all druggists.
ICE'.ICE! ICE!
HU8E, LOOM1S & CO.,
Taken great pleasure In announcing t
they are now prepared to supply v )ry body
with lake lee of the very best quality, either
at their houses or at the store.. Order
thould b left at tuo otnee, .no, do onto
j JVCC,
Di-oasHiu'
ST. LOWS JMVERSITY.
THE KORTi'-FIFTH ANNUAL
UESatON of Studies In tho
, , ST. LOUIS UNIVKHS1TY
1 'f Will 'begin on
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER Jtli, 1874.
For l'rospectus, giving terms, Instruc
Hunt to parents, Ate, &c, apply to or
addren
REV. JOS. O. ZEALAND, S. J.,
l'roildont.
St. Iyjult University, St. Louis. Mo.
ai-7.J71ftw-lm
lHrxLLAXXorn
R. SMYTH & CO.
WIIOI.K.1AI.K
IilQUOU DEALERS
No. CO Ohio Lovee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
R. JONES
Boot & Shoe
MAKER,
Commercial Avenue,
netwecc Tenth and Eleventh Streets,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
I prepared to All ordern wituout delay.
Un haa a one stock of imported leather on
bund. Just received fromNcwicrk, and has
put down the price tl tye lowest notch.
8-4 i!tn
B. F. PARKER,
(Suoccssor to Parker & Blake,)
Dealer In
PAINTS & OILS
VARNISHES,
BRUSHES,
WALL PAPER,
WINDOW GLASS,
WINDOW SHADES
And the celebrated illuminating
AURORA OIL;
Brots' llulldlng, 11th Ht.A Comercial Av
CAIRO. ILLS.
klJIII.J.1 I.TJ.1L J. J J.f
noFnua rnn Inlir Itirar lliiirr.arrnrit.
in; lo illrrrtlonn, .mt rimaln loiin unwell, pnv
Mcil llielr liouc ore nut ilentnijt.t lj mint-Mi
ixiluih oruttier liie.n., unit tltul ori'iiu ua.icj
beromt )lni of re ilr.
ity.prp.ln r luUlcr.lla... Heiilartie. r.ln
In the Mumld.r. (.'oiieliK, IIcIiIiicm of Ihc Cl.r-l.
Uuzlne. fcour Kruetitlonnor lUo bloniucli. Hail
Taste In t he Mouth, lUlioti AtlacLn, l'alHlJlluu
ol the Heart. Inflammation or tlir lmr.. I'nln In
the rrglun ol the KMn- and a liumlreil other
painful sjmptoma, are the nprlnit of lljtprp.
u. Una iKitlle Hill pruo a Letter t'liaiauuc ot
tin merit, than a Irnclhy .ilvtrtlieiueiit.
l'or I'tuinln L'uiiiilni.ila, In )imijr or nM,
marrleil or .Ingle, nt the rtann uf wnaianliiHiil, or
tl.e turn of lite, tlirso Tonic liittcm ilti!ay o ilc
cMcit uu Influence that Improvement ! boon ier-
CCPttUiD.
for liilliiuininloi'ir nil it C'lirmiir Itlini
MiulUiKiina (.nut, lllllouii. Itemlttcut iiikI litlrr
hilllenl l'eeiH. ieuhc. nf the lliixvl, Liver. KH
nr)H it i. I lihiil.ler, there lilticr.i have no eiju.t,
hncli ieac. liro caii.eil liy Vltlateil lllml.
Tlir, i.rnn tirultn I'.irKHIIv "M "tl n.
) Tonlr, porinr tuo merit ut nrilni; n a
powerful uuent In lolluilinr connciI'Mi or In
naiiimatlon of the Liter ami Visceral OrijanK, auU
In IiiIImk iriLs.',
far nuiu .sitrnara, i.riipiinni, Tetter, Mil'
Itheam, HloU'hea, I'liniiU.. I'.utiilcx. Until,
ritliiimleH, Kliijr viuMiH. SmM liiail, Mire K),
NriPipelBn. iie.n,M'uriH. nii-eiiini'aiioutoIllieM.iu,
lliiiiiiiruii'l lnenK'ait lheM.liicrhnteter numo
ur nature, are literally ituc iiii ami furileit nut nl
the Mtein Ilia sliuit llino by the tine nf these
lUllenv
Uruleful TlioiiaiiiiiU pmel.ilni ViKrmt;
Iitticiu tli nioHt wunilcrful Invl.'orant that ever
tutalnri) the alnllin: nt'lein.
B. ll.nicUOMAI.U ;:(.
lrHK(fl""' anil ien. AtttH., .sn FrHiiclxn. Tub, A
tor. of Waahlnrton an.t Clurlion Kta.. N. V.
yi.tl UT ALL llltftililSTS A HKALUU3-
COFFINS
AT WILCOX'S III.OC1C FOlt tjl.OO
ltt9lDKECK-No. SI, Tblrteentn street
betwetn Washington avenue and Walnu
ttreot Olllco 12U. commercial avrntie, up
Ira .
18
NO. 203
Vuloan Ikon Work'
COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
orroatTK
RIHT1I NTBKKT.
JOHN T. RE1SNIE,
I
FOUNDRY,
MACHINE shop
Fokqm AKU FlPX FlTTIKO,
MTCAM rXalMJi, BILL, NTKAtf
TUT A l!TTTTM' Ul L)V
Manuracturea ana reji.irea. ' (
npcciai aiienuon gtten to llgbt and heav)
forging, houe, bridge, railroad and Jail work
and all work of a similar character.
Steam and gat fitting In all It branches.
A full awortment ot Morris, Tanker & Cd'i
Philadelphia pipe and fittings. Brans goods
etc., and eras fixture, alwava on hand.
FIFING OF HOUSE FOlt GAM
MADB X Bl'XCIALTT.
Agent for Cameron a special steam pump
and boiler tcoder. Tho host manufactured.
Coil's patent, syphon pumpx, and Judson'l
patent governor and governor valve,
Th. ijllljllrlnr. .nnlnn. I . - I . .
Two steamboat engines, 184 inch bore of
cylinder; live feet stroke, and In good ordei.
nun .isauiooai auaii anu crank; rot iron
One envino for bofiitfug freight: 71X10.
One J0X2O saw mill emrlne. with .haft and
crank for mtily or gang saw, second hand.
One new 7X12 enirine: uv own minufuh
ture.
Also, a teond.hand atavo cutting ma
chine and Jointer, and warchouso hoisting
KURintis and macmnery or all kinds botiitM
and told.
ProspectnB for 1874 hF.VF.XTII YEAR
THE ALDINE.
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, ttnlvenall
admitted to he tho handsomest period
ical in tho World. Arcprchcntutlvr
and champion of American tattr .
N yort SA.LZ t:r iIook ou Aznt Stous
The Aldlnc, while issued with all the res
ularity, has none of tho temporary or time
ly Interest characteristic of ordinary peri
odicals. It ban elegant miscellany of pure
light and graceful literature ; and a collec
tion of pictured, tho rarest specimen of ur.
tfstlo skill. In black and wh to. Althnieh
each micccedltig number ullonl. a fieh
KIcasuro to ita frlendi, tho real value ana.
iity of "Alio Alillno tiIU tic ino.t approcl
atea alter it baa tiecn bound up nt thu eloie
oi iuc jcar. wnue oiuor piiuiieauona may
claim superior cheapness, a. cjmparud with
rival, ol a Muuiur clan., tlio Alillno'lii un un
ique and original conception nlono andim
approaencu auaoiutoiy wituout concept'"
in tuico or character.
AKT DKl'AHTMKNT. 1871. -
The llluitratloiH or tno Annuo Lavo iv,
a world-wide reputation, and in tliiuirt ecu
tres of Kuropo It is an ailinlttcil rct thai
Its wood cuU are examples of the hUlioM
perfection ever attained. Tho commui
iirejuillco In favor ' "steel plates," I. rup
Idly yielding to n iw. icdticntcd ami illn
e.riimnating tasto which rrcngnlzes the ad
vantages tho advantngcf or Miporior artUtlc
quality witli greater facility of production.
Tho quarterly tinted platcufor 1ST t will be
by Thou. Mornti aid J. 1). Woodward,
Tho Christmas iSue fur 1874 will contain
special designs apjiiiqiriato to tho Measou,
by our best uakliuw and will tiiirpaHH In at
tractions any At it predecessors.
rilKMIUMS FOK1874.
Every subscriber to tho AUtino lor th
year ls74 will receive a pair of chrumot
The original pictures were painted in nil to
tho publishers of tho Alilfne, by Thoma
Moral), whoso great olorailo pictures and
purchased by conre. for ten thotiand
dollars. The subjects were chosen to rep.
recent ten thotuuuid dollars. The aiilijccti
were clioken to rj?lircseiit "The East" and
"The West." ()m! is view in the White
Mountuins, New llmnpahlre ; the nthet
give, the Cliffs of flreen river. Wyoming
territory. The chrome a aro oaoh worked
Irom thirty distinct pluici, and aro In a ze
1(2x111) aud appcuranco exact lat-tlBllles ol
tho originals.
Nwaiik. N. J.. Sept. 20. 1177.
Menus, .rumcs mutton ic Co. .
OKNTLr.MKN I am delighted with the
proofs In color ol your chromos, They are
wondcrlllllv blicccsaful ronreaent.tioiiK in-
mechanical process of tho orlglnalpalntiiigs.
Very respeclfiill.v. Titos. Mohan.
lucso enromos are in ovcry nenso Aiuurl.
can. Thev aro bv an orlnal Ainorlean nro.
cess, with material ol American manufac
ture, from designs of American scenery by
an American tiatntcr. and presented to sub-
icilbers to the first successful American
Art Journal, it no Letter because of all
inu. tney will certainly possets an lnteru.t
no foreign production can Inspire, and nei
ther are they any the worse if by reason ol
peculiar facilities of production they co1
the publishers only a trllle. wlillo rrittnl In
every respect to other eliroiuos.tli.it aro sold
singly for doubl) tho ttibscrfptfon price ol
the Aldlno.
If any subscriber should Imlfouto a lire.
re re n co for u figure subject, tho pablishert
will tend '-Thoughts of Homo" a new uu
beatlful chromo, 14x20 Inches, representing
u uuiu iiauau exuu wooso tpeaKiug eyoi
ueiray me loiuiiuun ui ins neari.
fi per annum, In advance, with Oil Chro-
root freo.
For S&O cxnts xxtha, tho chromos.
mounted, varnished, and prepaid by mail.
Tho Aldme will, hereafter, bo obtainable
only by subscription. There will no be re
duced or club rato ; eaih for subscriptions
must be sent to tho publishers direct, or
handed to tho local canvasser, without re
sponsibility to tho publishers, except In
casos where tho certificate is given, bearing
the faclinile slxuaturo of James Sutton .t Co.
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