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KAILUOAJiS.
LL1NOIS OKN'TllAL K,V'aOAD.
UtAINM LH1VK CAIIll)
Mallnl .... Uilin.m., ,
Kxnrns.t .....'JiSO Ii. III..
.Daily
Freight a 4 KM a.m., . ..except Sunday
rrcixuc-ui . ii;i.i u.m......
freight at . :txj i.m... '
AlllllVK AT CAIUO
Mallut 1"W n.tii., Dally
Kjrprcssnt ....'.i:0?i p,m,,. .except fumlay
Freight nt . .T:MJ ii in except .Monday
Yi- t lit nt I" i'fi p in., except Numluy
r retain ai asj p. hi
UH 'MT-tf. Jamkh Johnson, Agent
OAIKO & VINCKNNESR.R.
nr.Twi.r.N .
OAIHO, hV.N V . V v. IVDIAN
Al'OLlO, UINCIN . I ,.SU
LOULSVJLLK.
FOI ItThhS IIOUll.1 i:.CII WAV, AND
MA DAYLIGHT Itl'NS
ill NNIMi
TH I'.O (JO 11
OHANOUl
WITHOUT
Indianapolis uixl Cincinnati Kxprcjs,
Leave 1ilfo fiioi a. m.
Arrlvu arm! lu.-or, "
1.1 M, Louis ami Houtheaatcrii It. IE.
Arrlvm Lrannllh- , 3:1.', p.m.
Arrlu lncciincs VIM "
In lii'llMi.ipolia ami Vlnccntics, It. It.
Arrive Iudiaiupolts "-Mi: it.
U Ohlu mill Mlsilsilppl It. It,
Arr.ci North Vernon f:45 v. m,
Arri.r.i inc'nniitl K:(M) '
Arrlvm LfiaiiMili- b-M "
Cairo Kxprcss,
Leaves IlliKjIUp'lllK h:) a. si.
.ncllltlstl oftl "
Leaves I.OUIH tie (WW "
Air u income '1(V !. M.
J.civn Vitictti'jes 'I:')
!.'. hvatmil'c 12:10 "
Arne c -rim !:U
Arr.vts lalro 1..M
HCUKIl C1TT ACOOUMM.ATICIN.
Ua.es Cairo HuV) an! 5: i m.
" Moill.d City 1:10 ami 0:10
M.ikln.; i -a c onncetloti tn aivl frnm nil
points hast and North, at I lull iinK,ll ami
iixinnail, and tn ainl iruin all point
- nidi ami Wist nl Cairo ly rail ami
I1.1 r.
I, it OOlllllCII, II. I- Momiii.i..
(icnlTi kit Ak'i. (icni-ral hup'l.
time'table.
ST. LOUIS IHOX MOUNTAIN
ANDSOITIir.KN UAILItOAI).
Or .nl'. f .tvc at anil depart lrom thu
cT - r.rmr Seventh street uJ Couvmer
ils. Avenue- a Ir.ilows
Tca I..vprcss ieac l KM) a.tn. Arrive
2 a v.:
( Inrli ton Accoinmoilatlon leave 10:30
a. in ,rr.i '.):!.. in.
olum i' A' -itnodalloti leaves 1:00 p. in.
Arr.-es 1 '." . m.
tw t.srv-ioiit norm i.n than hvany
oiiikk 1WUTK.
Ti:::-from jiro to l.lltlo I! k 13 hour.
To I r.r ni ii hour.
la Jcfltrc 11, Tens. i'i hour.
In Mar.tia!) i'l tiniir.
T revepirt, I)iillati. 211 bourn,
T l).i a, 1 ( u. ! h'nirn.
T.j Ht-'arnr, T-a. W liour.
To II .u )n. T -xaii. 1 1 hour.
To (invest jt). Ixa II liour.
I). Axtkm.. Chief Knzlneer.
t, V llr.m KMiiotn'i, Aent, lro.
:. Vi.tf.
i.:w mis.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
TflHNEY H COUNSELOR AT L
(AIIS0, ILLINOIS,
ulll. uverKlrt National lUtik. 3-15-Sm
John 11 MuiKc-y.
AVllllam C. Mulkey.
MULKEY & SON,
ATTOKSKYS AT LAW
,-. rxCl IliXiS.
. i nt' )t, between Comincr-
1 ."i.jiyii avenue. fcH-tf.
GREEN & GILBERT,
ATniitKKYS
COTNSKLORS AT LAW,
W i i. .mi II. I.ri vn, )
V til. inn l(. (iiltiert.;
lile 1-. (lUbert, I
OA IUO, ILLS.
r", ler.lion Kt o
Mill &lt,IIU'iOjl lnlPICCB.
Admiralty
(ifln u
(Hilo l.nvce, ltootm .7 anilS ove
Citv National Hank
1 ni M ItA fli'V-
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
okkici:,
Ohio l.cvec, over Muthua .t UhlV.
jJnTuVonc but fint-eluu Companir
Itprcieuled.
INSURANCE.
KSTAUUKIIKII ISritt.
Jl" or (1, Morris & Cuinlo
INSUUANCH AliKNTS,
"i Ohio Lcvec, City National Hank
Huililitiii, Caiuo, Ii.I.h.
I' to olilet I'ktablWieil Afjeiiey In Poiitlui
lllliuil'', reproentliiK' ver
$65 000,000.00.
Y UililAil K. oMITll. M. D.
SlUKKCK No. SI, Tblrttentli ureot
Da Wm-hliiKton uveiiuo and Wulnu
OBI so 11 Ciiliimiiriiml nvetiuu, up
to
WOOLOITS PAIN I'M NT
t tires all kind ol pains. For Kile by
ll.VUCL.VY llllO'S.
FINN aISFmETZ
mm
Mil pmm wwiw
VOL. (
SO Ohio Lcvcc -
PLANTER'S
EDMUND HUEFNER, Pronrietor-
'i'lio 1'Iautor'i Houu h locatcJ on Ohio J,uTeo .Street iu
JLOSE VIIOXIANTV TORATLKOAD DE
POTS AND STEAMBOT LAxDIISTGS
A ml in tlio Ccriler of the Uutiricks Portion of tho City. Tho Houso is now
ailil COItlplctO ill all itM nniioitlttncrilll. Tim rnnma urn Inrr.o finil
being elopantly furntBhcd ntid candled. Oucftn will receive courteous treat
ment nnd thu lest of accommodatione.
rransiont Guests $2 per Day.
A Trusty Watch, for Trains
URGE STOCK
Ofl'cred for
GREAT REDUCTION IU PRICES
BY
Gor., 3th St. and
30MESTJ0S,
.ums,
01X01 LAMS,
LARGE STOCK OP DEESS GOODS
LAWNS, SUITINGS,
.TAJ'ANESE SILKS, SILK TOPLINS,
ALPACAS, GllKN'ADINES.
L VRGE STOCK OF WHITE GOODS, Victoria Lawns,
Swim, Marailles ami n Largo Stock of Ribbons. This entire
Stock will be sold at Actual Cost, and continue until it is
closed out.
Call and be convinced of Great
THE
i,;vi!i
!allufactured by
JOHN P. CAMBJjili
CAIUO, iLMNolri.
Tliollcstnud ChonpcBt Wogon Man
ufactured. MANlTj'ACTCjHY:
O 21 X O
.NT.AK a-lTIl hTKKKT.
nirromiw
JACOB WALTER
DE5 TJ 3? O DESESGFl,
And Pcaler in
FRESH MEATS,
ElUUTU HTKKKT, 1IKT. V.'AB1IIN(1T0! XVV
CoMMKIIMAL.AVItMllOiniDtt u.nny
M. R. KUEHNE,
MANt'KACIUllKII OP
COMPLETE CHURCH
COH.13TII AN I) W AL.N UT STKKKT
OAIKO, ILL.
I'. O. llox COfl. . lKS.2l)-tf.
www
mf$
?jgx.x.rx' rxxxrQ. ocb. c VasHI
CAIIILLINOIS.SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 18 1874.
HOUSE.
- C?AIRO. ILLS
Dny Boarders $20 per fonth.
and Boats Day and Night.
J74 -3-aj-3in,
III Dill HOODS
Sale at
Commercial Ave.
SHEETINGS,
JJLEAOHED MUSLINS
CJIETONES,
TE JIG ALES.
Bargains.
THE CAIRO CITY
,A
L
COMPANY
Are prepared to mpply ctmtomeri'
with the oust
PITTSBURG
ILLINOIS
COAL
I.KAV1C OHDKltH AT '
Crllalllday llro.'a ofllce, No. 70
Ohio I-evee: '
tgrilallldayllro.'s tVharfboii ,
tj!T At Kiryptlan Mills; or
j3At the coal dump, foot ol
Tbtrty-elj;hth street.
Sssciil Inducements to Line Consumecs
ICS. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT & SON
W'lioluulo uad Retail Ihtalors tn
l'UKK LAKK 10K,
Cairo, lllinoif, and Columbus, Kentucky
Cairo olllee at lluleii & Wilson's, corner
Twelfth street mid Ohio levee.
Wo will run an tea waj;on throughout
canon, dellvariiii; pure like Ice in anyp
l tilts clt" at ttiu lowot liurket price,
ulll alrto rurnlab our lrlou Is outside tho
with lco ov the cake or car load, packo
wv dust, for shipment to any distancu.
o fWtU-
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
lliirmv Itellnffnr Ynunif Men from tllO Cf-
feels ol Krrors and Abuses in early life,
Manhood llettorcil. impeiliments w .nar.
r:nru r. mnveil. New me.thocl Ol treatment
New and romarkable remedlcH. llimks
elrc-ular sent freu 111 staled envelopes,
.Ires-. HOWAUI) ASSOCIATION,
North Ninth St.. Philadelphia. 1'tt..
Institution having a high reputation
honorable conduct Aiiupruieisionai usui.
Our Candidate.
A Uriel' Sketch or His
Life."
HARTZEL A STRONG NA.
BEFOflE THE PEOPLE.
I'roio the A'ulloy Gallon
auu iiumotfiiua ouDttrcibmiiui : m v -tl'in,
liuU' nt Aiin, Unicn w,i,y, i, i T
'"""'inf, cuniurrwi iu iiuunnntiwn upu..
Mr. Willi, in JUrtZtfl, of (Jl.u.i. r, in tin
oounly. This i h coinplliiiHnt (u livi
dolpli coutity Hint will Ik, d.. y npprct'i.
til at tbo ballot. bot III N'jve:iibr. Tho
nomine I' Rentloumti wio Hniocodtintt
art) un(iuitlbriM, nod mniitij; th pmple
of tbl county, whero In) M woll and f.
Tornbly known outiido of tin nrenn of
polltlci, tboro ii no rnn moro popuUr.
m.ai?h a,wV domocrt, ha bi been
vrllllni; to r.cord to nil honwt viowi, and
boon reiuonablo In pdltionl lifo. IIo w
born In the tuato of Oilo In J7, and
rllh lb family of Ma pront romoved to
thin ttatx In tbj year 1H6J. Tlio cIbm of
1B59, nt JklCanilroo Colu-ge, nriumnrati.,
hun amotiK In grailuatn. lUvinR itud
led tba profusion of law, Iu 1W4, h com
mencod to procure in tbn cojiivy, whoto
uniform projporlty haw attondod Mm In
bit choiton couro In the fall of 1370 to
roooWwl tb nomination for Congri-M, in
tbo old twollh diitriet, nt tho democratic
convention, held atCirlylo, nraln(tJohn
B. Hay. Though dufeawd In (bo canvmj
iumowUdr, it ti a fact that thu republican
majority w rsdureJ from over 3,600 to
lntban 700 in thu dlurlct. and but for
troacbory in th-j camp UnimixJ frinndly,
that bit elu'ticn wouU havo boon at
lurxd. In tbo canvf of 1S73, Mr. llartr.l wa
nominated for tho olilco ol Judgo by tbo
fArmori' convention; but, owing to Mi
bbllneit relation, wai compollnl to da
cllno tbo otliciitl race. Ho waa bred and
raiad upon a farm, aod from that itation
in lifo hiif ftrusRltd lrom povarty to a
modorato compattn' , and to-day bo la
rocognlzcd m an iminnnt inombor of tbo
bar, and thoroughly proiloiont In hia pro
fetilon. Wo havo rcion to think that old Han
dolph county will civa Mr Hnrtznll over
a tbouaaml majority nt tbo olaction In
fovomber. Our rPhou aro baaod upon
tho facta that hn ha no political iln to
anwor for. hi courio boini; nor trutbtul
anfl coniclentlomly bonfit. Hit effbrta
have pvrr lnn arrayH agafnat th Inild
loui nncroacbtminta of capitl.1 upon tho
domain of labor; ngalnit monopolloa and
combination of fraud. Thna who urn
jealou or this ioixl nam of their country,
relative to th pavrnrnt of tbo national
dabt, havo nothlnc to foar from tho roto
of Mr. II. As tho lnw apouiflpi that made
thoo debt", ho fa von pay moot Wo tbl n k,
nowevor, mat in mo tnttlnr or tn flv
twenly bondi. ho will diiapprovo thj et
poii lacio uonc-.cioni.
JOHNSON COUNTY rAiiMta'S
COP,Vt(J I iopj.
narni:: A:t:
.11. mA
JAUS3 H. GAS73H F02 Gut.ul:7 A17S
JCHB V. 1I03SL7 TZ3 C0SC1IS3.
From the Johnon Coiiiit) leomaii.
Hi i-1 1 I'rcK-cK-illilK-
In purstiaiieo of tho call of tho County
Central committee tbo 1 armera of Johmon
county met In delegato convention nt the
court nouso In Vienna on !4iurd.iy lat,-ap-
tsmberilh, lor the purposo of iiomiuatln;
candidates lor the ollioc of shcrill and Out
oner, and for the trauactlnn of mcli other
buluet9 as mlfht be liroushl bulurc- the ecu
vtutlou.
TK.Ml'Or.AltY OIHiANtZAl ION.
At 11 o'clock, the delegates liavini; aem
bled In the circuit court room, Thomas C.
Helm, prei-ident of tbo Fanner.' Associa
tion, called the convention to order and an
nounced that they wero ready to proceed
with the temporary organization.
On motion Mr. W. J. bull wu elected
chairman, and John Keefce ui-rcUry.
Sir. suit took thu chair, ami after thank
Idr tho delegated for the honor thus confer
oil on him, pronounced tho convention ready
to proceed to the appointment ol the nece-
iry cominittcc.
On motion of .loan heeFcotlic cuairwa
nuthori.cd to appoint a coinmlitoo of ilvo
to cxsinlne and report on tbo credential of
tbo delegates.
Garner l'carcc, Franklin hmitn, :imim
Smith, l'riuU Uunn and 8. 1'. Howell wore
appointed huch e.wnailttae.
un motion ol o. i'. ltov.cu, b. .. ioui-
mill, Jainci Smith and John Kccseo wero
appointed a committee on permanent orfjiti
iatlou. Tho convention, Inoidor to cltu the above,
committees time to report, then adjourned
until - o'clock p. m.
AFTKItNODN SKiSION.
fursuant tn inljournmcnt tho convuntlon
reassembled at the appointed hour, W. J.
Suit lu tno chair.
committee itni-onis.
The committee on pernmucnt organiza
tion reported, for
l'rosldent-W. J. Milt ;
Viee-l'riMdeiit O. A. Stuutnn :
Secretary John Kescc.
'I he report of the committee wa received
and adopted, and the commlttn discharged.
The committee 011 credentials repotted
tho following
nuu:oAir..s i-iirhknt
and entitled to ic.it In thu convention, U.
Menni-A. Walker, J. I). Craig, N.
Jeniu-U anil 'I limnas mown.
" .. ..I.il. 1 1. i... I 11. .1... mill
Jll-C .J, l,lflllllliti, , 1IUH
J, Coiiiuiins and T. A, ltcnl'rnw
Dunn school Houso club l'riul.i Diinii, 1.
rvaiis aim nn
llritntshurs club-rf, 1. Howell
N0WUU.U..U.-...O.1,.,,
U").1-..,. ,..,...,..
. .a I . I . 1 i It.,.. I..... I lln..s..r .
E;z:::zz ; s
laun..W.5V. :!ol;,
and
ad-
luUII.. School l..,.o elub-,1. K. Mod
4111
all
Oliver School nouso club i.evl Dunn. -,
M-hool ilMrirt No. 1, T. YA 1
Hogg and John. )-..luhiioii. , ;
1
i tr
for
UeftiL
lioM di.trli t No. 2. T. 1.1, It. 2 K ham.
I. Ilrjwn and WlNm llrown.
H; Iii., ili.trl.-t No I, T. 12, It. M. S.
hinltli. .1. M. hmlib mid J. Klkln..
Si-liool ilitntt No. 1. 'J'. 13, It. 2 (I. A
Stanton, II. II. M'llry ami Albert McConnHI.
M hool dltrlct Sit. :i, T. in, It. 2 K. W.D.
Itajcwlale, S. L -,to and J. .M. (JonW-n.
Sliinl! Jl lri,lN('l3 'I'13. 2-Joicph
hoo'l illslnt-t No. .1. T.13. It. 'J-Silace
! iiwin, 31. Carter ntul II. yarttr.
1'ital number ot delegate present 12.
on motion the report of tlm committee
wu r -celv.nl nnd adopted, and tlm i-nminll-
Ip I I p".-l i !rtf r- I .
Tlio report, of the everil commlttecii
Inning been dlpoel of. tlm chlur declureil
ibo nomination ofn cnndld.ito fur .Ibtrlll tbo
next bmltiet in order.
NOMINATION,
.lames M. Smith nominated I. H. .Morgan.
(.. A. Mmiton uomlnated Jas. II. Carter.
'o other name belm; presented tbo cbalr
deolareil iiniiilnutloiin cloivil.
11 a vote of tho convention it wai agreed
. i iimini iu iniira tuaii ono utile-
Kate In the convention, and In caie tbero waa
but ono dvlettato proscnt, Mich delegalo
flioiild have the right to cut tbo full number
or votes to which 7us club was entitled.
S. J. Iowcllof (Jr.intbur club ollcrod
the lolloiving
r.cmn.fTioN,
wblcli was unanlinoutly iidopted,lr. :
Ittolvcd, That wo tho deli-gate totLln
conM-ntlon, actlui? In irood faltu niula Imn
oraiiio men, nereny cveraliy ana lmliviilu
ally pledge oil rol en to not only vote tor, but
io iery uonoranie mean wit iln ouroower
to sei-nro tlio election of tho nominees of
nil eoneuuon.
The convention then proceeccd to billot for
the c hoice of n candidate for Sheriff, wbUh
r Milled at follows :
1'or Mornn
H.nlon oluti m 4
Dunn'i School llo.te club a
liranuturg club..... ...,....., 1
New IWniklt ub M M 2
lt. I'lcAiaai dob s
franklin School llouttehib . 1
ToUl .... ,U
For Carter
icniu dub i
Ilnttkt No. 2, Til IU K
l) trii No. 5, T U R i . .... ii
Iluncomb club n
Sur Gov. club ...M.....H.H.H 'I
llillrict So 4,T:, 2 3
In.incl No. 1, T 13, It 3 . 1
Mwrict No. .1, , It 2 3
Ilntn-t N. 3, 1 13, IC 2 .... 1
J'i.trkt No 3, TIS, H2 1
Olitcr'i Schcot lloumlub 1
TiUl ..ii
The remit belug announced, and It appear
Inr that Jame 11. Carter bad received a ma
jority ot all the lotcfcift, bo wa declared
thectiolco of the convention and bis noiulna.
tion made unanliuui.
l'Olt COKONKU.
Tho convention then proceeded to nomin
ate) a candidate lor Coroner.
John N. Jloely anil J. J. Xtcli-r were
placed in nomination.
Thu tirbt ballot resulted a-l lollown :
For Moieb
Diitilel No I, T 15. It U . 2
ltntoa dab.......
lli.incl No. S. T 1J. It 3 S
llunn's School Uou.c club
I.rsntiburj; club
Mt. Pleiunt dub...
Itun- oral, club
uar l.roe club
Di.lilci No. l,Tt3,Rl! ....
1-MiM l.u. o, 1" 12, '1 2...........
t'rauUin K'choc.1 Iloutc clnb
Tot.1
I "or Hester
Vienna dub
New !furnide ctuo
llntrct No. 4, T 12, It a
Ilklllct No. J, T 12, K 2
I'ntrfct No. A, T IJ, K2
Oliver chcbl llouio club ....
....... J
1
........ 3
....... 3
...... 3
:i
3
1
.
...
. i
. . t
Toul
Tho oto being announced, and It appear
ing tlist US vote were cast lor John N.
Money nnd 14 votes lor J. J. Ildtcr, Mr.
Jlo-tly was declared the eholco of the cno
cntion and hi nomination nude unan-
llllllll..
Ai'i-oiNTiNci tinu:nATr.s.
(in motion of S. 1'. Howell tho chair was
authorized to appoint nlno delegates to rep-rc-ent
John-ion county In tbo Farmer." e'en
utorl.il convention to be held at Now Colum
bia, 51.vs.ic county, on the lirl "Saturday In
October.
Tliucb.ilr appointed tbo follow inj jjentle-
incn as such delegate. :
(irantsburi: . 1'. Howell;
C.iehe Vlion llrown;
Ll Ira darner IV-arce ;
fiorevllli T.M l'aiii-li;
Vienna .lolin Jieo'co:
Tuniiell Illll-hllHba Webb;
llloouillelil Levi Oiinti ;
New ilurnlile It. S. llsrham;
.xiuipMiu Will. WhltCulde.
on motion It was apreod to hold n meeting
at thu court houtc In Vicuna on tlio lat Sat
urday lu&eiitembcr; at 1 a. m., for the pur
pose ot consulting as to who will be tbo most
Mailable person to put forward as eandl-
diito to represent the both dli-trict lu the
state senate.
Thero bcluR no further bulucsa to trauc
net, the couvcutton ailjoiirned.
W. S. SUIT, Chairman.
Jnll.v Kkk.ix, Secretary
IIO AT H TOIti:"!
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE H00 Elt,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Uoaler tn
BOAT STORES3
1
No. "(1 OI1I0 Levee. CAIUO, ILLS
ggrSl'nclal utlention given to cooilfTi
meuts aud fllllnit order.. H-'i tt
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SAM WILSO N
DKALKK IN
BOAT STOEES
.
1
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
Uo. UO Oliio Xiovoo
CAIRO ILLS.
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..'.AA' iili .. meet tin. .inurements '
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rrospcctns Tor 1874 MIVE.NTll YEAK
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llbt and graceful literature ; and a collec
tion ot plcturcn, Uio rarest specimen ot ar
tistic skill, In black and wbltn. Allhiuib
oauh auccccdlUK number atlords a ftesb
pleasure to Its menus, tho real vaiuo ami
beauty of 'tho Aldlne will bo most appreci
ated after It has been bound up at tbo cloc
ol tho year. While other publications ina
claim superior shearmen, an compared with
rivals ot a similar class, tho Aldlne Is an uc
luue and original conception alouo and un
approached absolutely without concept'"
in price or cnaracicr.
AKT JJKl'A KTM E N'T, 137-1.
The illustrations of tne Alillno have Wi
a world-wldo reputatlou, and in tho art cen
tres ol Kuropo It Is an admitted fuct that
Its wood cuts aro examples of tho blithest
perlcctlon ever attained. The commoi
prejudice In favor J' "steel plates," Is rap
Idly yielding ton .. i educated and dls
crlmlnatini; tasto which recognizes tho ad
vanti;es tho advantages of superior artltlc
quality witn fre.iicr lacuity oi prouuciiou,
Tbo ijuarterly tinted platcsfor 104 will be
by Thus. Uoran and J. I). Woodward.
Tbo CbrMmas issue tor 1ST! will contain
special do'lims appropriate to tho reason,
by our best artUls, and will surpass In at
tractions anyot Its predecessors.
NWAltK. N. J.. ScpU 20. ltj'i.
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nrmif In i-nlnr ol vour cbromos. They are
wonderfully successlul representations by
mecnauicai proeoss oi mo onKinaipauuini;
very respccirully. i itos. .mohan.
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can. They aro by an orlnal American pro-
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turo,from iIb-Ikhs of American scenery Lit
an American painter, ami preientcd to sub
scribers to the first succcsful American
Art Journal. If no better because ot nil
this, they will certainly possess an Interest
110 tornlKn production cau inspire, aud nei
ther aro they any tho worse if by reason ot
peculiar facilities of production they cot
tho publishers only a trlllo, wbllo equal In
every re-pect toother cliromos that uro sold
singly for doublj tho subscription price ol
thu Aldlne.
If auy subcriber should Indicate a pre
ferenco foru tigure subject, tho pabllshcni
will semi "ThoiiL'liUi ol Hume" a new uu
heatlfut chromo. 14x10 Inches, reureaentlne
llttlo llallaii exile wao'-o speaking eyes
netray tue lonruii: oi nis nearc
(5 per annum, In advance, with Oil Cbro
mos troo.
For 550 cr.KTR icxtua, tno enromos,
mounted, varnished, and prepaid by mail
Tho Aldini) will, bereatter, lie obtainable
only by subscription. There will no bo re
duced or club rato ; cash for nubscrlpllons
must be sent to tbo publishers direct, or
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sponsibility to tho publishers, except In
cae wnero lue ceruncsiu m in-u,
the faclmlle sliiuuturH ot James nuttou i
L'AX VASSKItS WAXTKH.
Anv mi rw in wisnini! to net iiermanentiy
us a local canvasser willreceho lull and
prompt lnlonnation by applylm- to
Jambs Uuttok A Co., l'ublithc
fH .MhIiIiiii I.nn Nmw Tnrk
0XIGBATB1) BITTERS.
Tho stomach Is one of the most delicate
organs ol tho human system; and the Indi
gestible food crowded Into It by tho require
ments of modern society, keep It in
A State of Chronic Disorder
which Is followed by a resort to tonics ond
alteratives for relief. It unfortunately hap
pens, however, that many of the medicines
used forthlapurpo'o contain alcohol, which,
poured Into n dl'caseil slomacn prouuees u-.
illation, creates inllamatlon, anddocs mote
Ir-jury than good.
OXYOKNATKD MTTKItS CONTAIN
NO ALCOHOL,
but aro a purely medicinal preparation,
which, In cases of DYSl'Kl'SIA, HKAUT-
IlUItN.INMUEsTlON, aud other like dis
orders, at once restores the stonmeli to Its
NATURAL CONDITION
OF
HEALTH.
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... ..t .wmiil.rrellledv for the above com-
plalnlsfor tho last thirty years, and Ulll
malotaln their unrivaled popularity.
Frico t?l per bottle,
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U ondl College l'laco, .New ork
I frHviTSTOCKFLETH.
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foreign aND DoMEst,c
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I'roprcparcd to forward all kind of
Freight to all point.
tSTHiHtncM attended to proapUr.
C CL08E,
OEItEnAli
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And Dealer In
( Lime. Cement, riajter.Hnlr, Jw.
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turergiirlef, adding freight.
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General Commission
XSD
FORWARDING MERCH
s.
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A genu for Fairbank'a Scales.
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Commission Merchant,
; Dealers In
FLOUH, GRAIN, HAY AND
WKSTKUN I'HODUCE.
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Cairo, Ili.
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AN II
ommission Merchants,
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sr ouzo z.nrxs. CMJSO.
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AND
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MEAL, BRAN, fcx
igent3 for Laflin 4 lUnd Powder CompMy.
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turner or lla.lMnUi r mm CSS1
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nnd "Washington Avenu.
93-31-tf (JAtRO.IIjIilliOlB.
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LUMBER
In
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Keep constantly on band
FLOORING SIDING.
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