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ARTER & STEWART.
(Succe-,oi- lo I) Arttr A Co )
GROCERS
-AMI
Commission Merchants
Ho. 11.1 Commerolnl Avenue,
'CAIRO, ILLS.
Bristol & Stilwell,
FAMILY
Keep cvorythlnR pcrtnhiitm to
tho lino of Stnplo unci Fnnoy Gro
poriofl, Woodonwnre, Vegctablco,
FruitH, ha., &c.
4m
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If? . "sfTT"
Dupee's New Hams.
California Honey.
Pure Maple Syrup!
IM lift DLCKW IILT ROCK.
Cracked Cocoa.
HYACINTHS,
TULIPS AND
DAFFODILS
X2ST :02LioO3VX,
FOR SALE.
jk, XEorao for Sale.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
.i:ii:rv Moitt:,
tfTew-York Store
WHOI.ESAI.K AND RETAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St
nnd Commercial Av
CAIU0.
ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
iMivr and :is.
B. T. PARKER,
licili-r in
i?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vnll Pnpor, Window Glruis, Win
dow Ohadcs, &o.
At wnj on liand, tin ci-lelirauil llliimhuttiiR
A1JBMD2C.1 SK3i.
TT3X-WS,' jf3-LxilcViMB,
Corn' Elovonth Slrent nnd Washini;
ton Avonuo
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
,t. o. ixrjsxi.s,
I'llCPHIETOn.
HINDEIi ANU BLANK 100K
MANUFACTUREU.
XullotlnlliiildlnsT, Cornor TwoUth Street
( l AtHt.
'-
nnd Wnahliiuton Avonuc,
Cairo, Illiuois.
5t3"Couiilv nml lluiliwi't Woik a spsclalty
111
VOL. 7.
i.niirou iniAi.r.itM-
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale an'l ICctall llealin In
Foroifjn and Domestic
LIQUORS
- AM
WIXUS OF A IX KIXON,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
a n :. if sjivrn a ' . imc , ., amiy
iVI ii Inra Liif lln-l.iiitttoo-1 IIIIIWIIHir
l.i t, uml (five w-cl il Hlli'iill'iii lo 1 1
IMIfll "f III"' tlllsllHVJS
ivIiuIimiIu
HI'ITI.Y IIIH'OT.
VALENTINE RESCH,
Steamboat, Hotel and Family
SUPPLY DEPOT
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
POULTRY,
FiBh, EggH, Northern Butter, &c.
Eighth Street,-
Between Wanhlnton and Commrclnl
Avenues.
t3.X"U dilivtiul fi.- of charge .
no.vr.vroiti:s.
SAM WILSON,
HKILKU IX
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,' Sec.
No. 110 ' 'J
Oliio Xjovoo.
1101
ST. NICHOLAS
Hotel and Restaurant!
No. 122
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Tno doon wirth f lb' (.'aim and Viiioiiif
mllKXUl IKll.
WM. WETZEL. Proprietor.
A
'IIM'-TV vvalili Irpt nlxht and day fur
lialiii mm iuiiiui:im
'13. c Uvl of urrtillllllllllllll4 fur tnumtriit
Kiu.is ut I'wu H.ill.ir. i r il.iy
Ki:,
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
THOMAS SFR0AT & SON,
V!nil-.i! and lictatl Itralin In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIItO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE :
At Hulen & Wllaon's, Corner Twelfth St.
nncl unto ixivoo.
T. will! rim an Ice vtairiin Ihrmiifhout tin-
.imi. ili'liii'rinir iiini' lake Ire in any
iLiii.it tiioiMtt i.f tin. lnui t iu:irk-t liricr. Hint
will uliuruiiilidumr ft lend, mil. Idi-the city Willi
iclivtlif ruke or car litid. Kickfil In ratrdiiat
iir nfilimii'iil tonur ill. Mine.
"The Best Thing in tho West."
, Topsh i Mi h E.
IN KANSAS.
a, OOO, OOO A.OXT.33J3
ill' tin- ln-st r'ltmihitf and Agrleultui-al l.aml In
Vn.irlci. mlieileil in unit nuu- Iht- lieaulirul
I iiiti.mimul unit lirt-.it Alluiisu. alle, (lie
innilviiiil tlie Wot. on
11 Years' Crodlt, with 7 per eont. Inter-
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137 I-7-W3IH.
ZAN0NE & VALLA,
ANU
RESTAURANT.
OUT YOUU
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A T
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1 Adilro HAlirKKA MItOTIIKU0, N. Y.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1.875.
SUlie 5ttlh;iiii.
A Brv Kirnill flirt.
.Some yt'iire hliicc two vvcnllliy liaelif
lor lived In the loliiliy i.ri'nih. 'ilu-y
lnui 11 yntitiir timl(1-d-;ill-vvork iiuttiutl
Mariu DtJ Lu Tout. Marin vvrna xwcet,
pretty kIiI. i"l livl mid pl'iuant In ln:r
iiiaiiiier, nlllioiit'li iiimU-st in tlu'i-xln.-iiie.
anil this win tliu rc!ioii that thu two
brother kept lierlll their Llilploy. 'i'licv
kiiuw that ilie was I'rujral, fconoinlca),
mid ilresn tl In tho ttto't inoderati; inaii
ner iniaIiiablc. One day .Marie mr
prijwl her cinnloyurs by liilbrinln Diem
that 11 voiiii-' artl.-mi residing In Paris lnui
naked lii r band. '1'liey (drove toill-siindo
lur from iu-ct-itliijr tbu oiler of inarrlap1,
but .she told llifin that be could not Imj
bajipv unless i-lie iM'emno Ilia vlfonf Iht
dear liinrl. .So It was iirnini it Unit hbo
khoiild ipilt tin-mtv li:o or the two broth
ers ut the end of tho l otiilui; tnoiitli.
One day diirinj; llii- Interval the two
brothers Void mjiiii; valuable real estate
w hich they owned Jointly, mid the nm
realized amounted to 10U0O0 francs. It
was nil In bills 011 the Ihmk ol' J'nince.
mid was paid too lab; lor lcpo-lt the
came uftenioon.
Xl'ht rune, and ns tlie old bacbelorM
Kcldimi had Mich a larL'e amount In tbt
bouse, they were i:oiilderably voncertetl
left robbers -I1011I1I attempt to rob them,
Their ran were Mreiiftheiied by the nu
merous burglaries that had rerently taken
place In the vicinity.
The residence of the old men was Mime
distance from the main road, mid Mood
near the ilver ."seine, It was n lonely,
gloomy location, mid 011 the nlht In
ipie.Htloii the winds swept lhrouh the
tall larches surrounding the niatisoii with
doleful and inournliil eadenee.
About inldnllit the old men retlnd,
but scarcely hud they fallen nslei-p when
Mario rujiped at their door and Informed
them that robber weieat work below.
Ilotbthe bachelors were terribly fright
ened, mid vvhlle one comine nerd to bar
the door, the other lcjrii 11 to remove u tile
from the hearth to hide the bills.
"You have a (,'iui,'' ald Marie; "take it
and shoot the villain."."
IJut the two trembling men paid 110 at
tention to her nilvlce,
Coward? !'' wild the brave girl, scorn
fully, "I vvUb that I were a man for tlvu
minute"."
Just then thereeaine n heavy crash from
the apartment oelow.
The brothers crept beneath the lx'd,
where they shivered and cringed, unable
to s'ftk from tenor.
"Vi: shall all Ih- iniirdered ill our bed."
said the tflrl. "We will Ix-found by the
police in the nioriil njr with our throats
cut from ear to ear. I'este! fools, give
me the gun."
.She tel.ed the double barreled gun
that lay upon the idielf. and .started down
btalrs, while the two frightened men
watched her without (ayiiig a word.
Presently bang! went flic gun and a
groan was heard. Hang! went the m.-c-oud
barrel, and a KTeeeli of pain re
sounded through the liou-e that
eau-ed the blood of the brothers to inn
cold.
A brief patt'c enued, and then Marie
came trintiiuir ut) stair, but bcrfaee wore
a determined. atlllcd look. She aked
for iowder ami ball to relo.id.whleh were
luriiUlictl; nut oetore alio nmsueii loan
ing, footsteps were heard retreating from
Hie lion-e.
Xri one .slept in tho hoii-e that night.
nor were tliev again molested, lint at
irlv dawn, on iroinir down stairs, a pool
of blood on the hall lloor fhownl that
one robber at least had been M-rloti-ly,
If not mortallv wounded. And it was
Iilalu to see bv the bloody itfith In the
earth that the victim had been dragged to
tne river, wore marked 1110 witoie uis
tance. and the police were at once put on
the alert for the nrre.t of tin; living
thieve-', and the recovery of the body of
the dead one.
Hut all efforts proved vain, and the
bravery of the young girl was di-ciied
l.irnmi near.
The gr.itelul bachelors were so over
powered that they otlered to give .Marie
;i dower.
'Ah! Monsieur." rem cd she. alh-c-
tlonatelv, "how can 1 leave von y You
may again lie attacked by roblK-w.
"Hut we will not, nevertheless, Maud
between you mid happlnei-s," they re
plied. "Here are thirty thousand francs;
you have caved our lives, and richly de
serve tho money. If you choose to live
In this house with your lilt-band, we will
repair the lower part for that nuipo-o,
and you can also be hired to kiep our
room neat u at present,"
Henri married .Marie, and then accent
ed the dower ami tho house.
Years pai-cd, and rcccntlv the real
facts of this midnight robliery came to
light. Hotli of the old bachelors were
dead, mid had willed Marie another thirty
llmu-aiid 1 nines. J he brave "ill did not
re'ue it. It turned out, however, that
the robben. were not nlunil. Henri acted
as the burglar, the blood was from a
lamb killed for the tiurpo-c, and the
whole was but a nts-e of the two lovers to
open the hearts mid puces of two old
iiii-crs.
KovvliikT Timothy With Tins.
My experience I' this; That no small
seed should Iki sown by band, If a seeder
can tin ootalueil. It Is jut a- ilimciui tor
me to ovv tlniotbv nnd clover by baud as
it Is llax. I use .Mauiiev's hroadca-t sts-dcr,
with grass seed nttacliuicut, mid sow my
tlax mid grass seed at the same time,
with satisfaction. Tlie Gortiui sicder Is
Just as good, nnd, I guess, 11 little better,
to saw 1 no seen 111.
A band seed sower might he made
linon the, same nrhiclnles that tin: hand
seeders for sowing timothy and clover
are made, onlv make the box a little
larger, and tho bow les lu the bottom of
the box n little larger, to correspond to
the size of the seed.
My experience has been this : For tliu
last twcntv-llvi! vears I have been lanii
111'' on the sumo hit n 1 that I bought from
tho government, and for U10 last eight r
ten vears 1 nave nan neuci- uuv m
sowing timothy and clover with tlax,
than with nuv other crop, a mi my rca
ous fur it iti-'o Hint a crop of llax slimlci
the L'i'oiiiid less ihannci'Oii of straw-
either wheat, oats or barli'V. And then
ngitln by the time the llax Is ready to cut,
the leaves liavo newly all liillcit to tliu
ground nnd tho young mid tender tlui
othy tiiul clover become enured lo tho
mv of the sun before tin) lmx Is eul, cs
lUHiallv li'lt Is a drv season. Tlio ehaiigo
from hliadu to sunshine Is not so great us
with a straw crop, nnd the chiiicli bugs
nut not u llkelv to destroy the young
grass, ast hev have never worked, lu my
llax. Jl. C.fi I'mirU Former.
Itoliei t K. Vvc'm Toinb.
A l-eeent letlerfrom Lexington, Vn.. to
the ltlchmoiid Dispatch savst " iilcntino
has been lietv for several days eoullTrlng
wllb Uie .Minioiiiil (.'ouitnitlee In refiT.
enee to the tliuil HiTangeiiieiits fori)lupln(t
hU beautiful sepulchral monument over
thegniYt'of 0en.l.ee. It Is bojietl that
6
full iirningriiii-iits can Ik? maile. and the
tatlie Inaugurated on tho 12th of Oclo
Iht next tlm anivei.iry ol (Jen. i.oo
death with nil oration by eY-Pie!dcnt
Davis, mid appropriate ccrcino
nlc, participated III by all of
the old Confederates who can gather
there. It will be 11 matter of general In
terest lo mention that fresh ilowers have
never been wanting to deck
(Jen. l.ee's tomb. From nil
lurfs of the country tho most
exipililte wreaths, crosses, anchor?, &c
are n-nt. mid fair bunds hi Lexington are
continually fashioning evergrirn. Im
mortelle.', A into the most beautiful
decorations for the tombs ofthcOciicrnl,
Mr. l.(o, and MIh Agues. The Ix-aiitl-lul
cintom ofhavlug 11 student guard to
keeii dally vvxteh uml ward at the tomb Is
still kept up, and the (Jenend's olllce Is
still preserved J11M, a he left It on the day
of his fatal llllie..
Ilnmnr nml Nnrrnmu.
It i not everybody who knows wlu-ro
to Joke, or when, or how ; nnd whoever
Is Ignorant of ther conditions' bad better
not Joke ut all. A geiitlemnii never at
tempts to In- humorous at the exM'iise of
people vvllli whom he Is but Mltrhtlv no
iiialutrd. In fact, it I neither good nor
wi-e policy to juke ut anybody' expense;
that l to say, to make miybiidy tiucoin
forlnble merely to ral-o 11 laugh. Old
.Hop, who wn doubtless the subject of
ninny a Jibe on account of his hninix-il
bnck. telN the whole story In Ids fable
of "The Ilovs and tin1 Frogs." What
was fun to Die youngsters was death to
the croakers. A Jest may cut dccier
than a curse. Some men are. so con-ll
tiibil that tliey cannot take a friendly
Joke In the sntiie light coin, mid will re
ti!to It with contmnely and insult.
N'ever banter one of this class, or he will
brood over vour badlua-'e lonir niter von
have forgotten It. mid It is not prudent to
incur any one entniiy tor uie -nke 01 ut
tering n'sinart double entendre or a tart
repartee. Hldiciile, at leM, Is a perilous
weapon. Satire, however, when leveled
at social foibles and political evil, is not
only legitimate, but commendable. It
has -hamcd down more abuses than were
ever ubolMx-d by Ibn-c ol logic.
Tin- I.ivhI, Tlie f Jriitit.
Should any "doubting Thomas" still
cling to the absurd Idea that there will be
another poMponeincnt of the last Library
(iift Concert, let him remember that Mr.
Hrlggs, tho new manager, fully endorses
the proinl-e of Oov. Itramlcilc. the for
mer one. that If the concert doe not
take place at the time ieeltled,the money
will be refunded, at omv, lo the tlcket
holders.JLet him further obme that Mr.
Itrlggs has set-urtsl, of cour-e at an enor
nioiis cxiH'ii-i1, tliu eriec of (illmorv,
the greatest leader in Ainerlci, with Ills
orchestra of lot) select performers, who
will conclude the series of concerts with
such a burst of harmony us has never Ims.
fore awakeneil our Western homes. And,
by the way, let him td-o remember that
il lie does not possess at least a coupon
ticket, this miialo will never reach bis
cars.
C57"A boy about l'l years old entered n
ld-trolt barber shop recently, and asked
Ihe burlier to cut Ids lndr down close.
The barber inquired If lie wn-n't afraid of
catching cold, when the boy replied,
"ive got 10 run tne (-nances lor tnere's
trouble ahead. To-morrow ii the dav
set tor iiiu and 11 bixtb Ward boy to
meet over Ix-hlnil lioodluie'.s barn, mid
see who-e the boss bov of Detroit, mid
he s powerful on nulling hair. Cut er
right down to the skulp."
Coniunptlvei, TaVo Notice.
Kieiv moment nl delay makes yojr cure
more boneless, and iiiiicu depends on the
judicious choice of a remedy. 'I lie. amount
or testimony in I.ivor 01 llr. hclu-nek's
riilinoiilcijyinp, as auirofor eon umptioii,
lar exceeds all that can be brought to ttip-
rt Ihe preteii-loui ot any other medicine.
?eo Dr. scheiu-k's Aliuaiiic, contaiuim: tho
certilicalcs ot many persons ot tliu highest
respectability, who have been restored to
health, af cr bclti' prouoiliice.l Inciirnble
hv nhvs elans ot uekuov ci eed ah lltv.
Scheiiik's l'liliuouie Syrup atoiiii has cured
many, a.s incsu eviuiicea win snow ; mil
cine is oltcn promoted by t.iu employment
or two other reiucdbs whlih llr. ftcheiick
provides lorthopiirimse. These additional
remedies are .Scliclick'a Sea Wed Tonic
and Mandrake Tills. Ily the timely u-o ol
these mcdl.inrs, .u-coiJIn to direetioiiH.
nr. beliencK e(rtllle mat most uuy ease ol
loiiMiuipiion tit iv 110 cured.
Dr. Sclieiitk U iirofesslouallv at his nrln-
tip I ntlice. Corner Mxlli and Arch Sis.,
rnllaitclplila, every .MonJny, wtiere nil let
terc tor advice must bo nddrcsicd.
U-it-ihVW-llll.
TAXES.
"Vollce I. lii itliv kIvi-ii thai Hit lux books fur
jJS llir cnr 1ST I Iue If ill placisl In In)' liunili,
iind Ihit 1 well ls-ul thu lolliivTlui; nnniol plaies
11I ll.i linn- Is-luw -i t fiirlli, for llir iurpii-i'iir
tiillectlliK Die t.ixe or - il'l car.
Cli-.ir t'rw-k Precinct, fully A Mun-lilMnn'
tore, February , t',:,.
Lli-.ir Creek I'lri-inrt, It. A. IMinnnsou'i
l'Hi-, February XI, IsT.V,
'tli-lKi I'm-inct, J. (I. ItolvvlliK's stole, t'eb-ruiiy-Jl,
Isis,
aiit t'v l'n rlncl, Will. Ireland's tun-, Feb-iiui-yi,
Is-.'i,
i.nii-e i-inini i-rrfinci, i. intciur-s siort,
Februnrvvtl, s;r,
Oust 'tiioili I'm-inct,
N. lliuibarktr's liou.'i
Ftlirn.irv -i7. lsr.'i.
Unll 'I'lt-Jhii-t, llwlirn Atlirrtnii
Mmrli I. 1S73.
lnrr,
Ituzliuin.il 1'ierlnet, liriirKt W
Mim-li-a. ls?i
. Shot t 'a slulr,
III Ins your l.i-t je.ir's ta m-elpU, as It l mi
aft to tnit In the t.t v li.ioks atinie fur iNscrip
tion of l.nel.
Caiiio, III., JniiuiryO, 1S7.S
AI.KX II. IltVIN,
lM-1-ll-wlil lllntrli't ('otlrilor
AGENTS WANTED
rou
Pro. Fowler's Great Work
ON
MANHOOD, WOMANHOOD,
THEIR MUTUAL INTER-RELATIONS
lrfJVe! Its jiw, Powers, Ac
AOKN' I'i me rellinif from li to is cnplei n
it.iy M-nd for is-i-liiien puKra ami terms
lu Willi., nnu see n 11 tcim limit nmu hmj
nllur biiok AiMic's N.illonul I'lilillnliil-K Co.,
l'lillmlililil.i, l'a , ( liiiiiKo, Ills , orM I .on 1
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NO. 39.
OM.HISMIO.V ,Mi:it('IIA.VTN.
O. CLOSE,
Central
Commission Merchant
AMO bCALIK !.-
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
IIAIR, Sic.,
Under CUj National Batik.
T Wlt.t, !! In car-loud bjU at m.vniif.u-tuivra'
a. priOM, aujuia- t iHilit.
HARRISON 6c CO.
(Sucwtsou to 1) llunl A Co )
FORWARDING
Commission Merchants
And Dralrr In
FLOUR, GRAIN and
HAY,
No. 63 Ohio Lore.
WOOD
RITTENHOUSE
AND BRO.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
Commission Merchants
No. 138,
OHIO LEVEE.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AND SON,
ISurcrssnri to John It l'lilllli)
FORWARDING
ANU
Commission Merchants
And DniU-r in
IIAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agent! for LAFLIN & RAND POWDER CO'
ICornar Tenth Street and Ohio
Levee.
7. I) Malliuas.
K. 0. I'M.
MATHUSS St UHL,
FORWARDING
And liiiind
Commission Merchants
Deatirs In
FLOUR, GRAIN, nAY AND
PRODUCE,
O- Oliio Xiovoo.
K. J. A)n-n.
S II. Ayies.
AYRES St CO.
afXaOTTXl
And genrml
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
wuoixMAi.i: (iito i:ks.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-And
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Lovoo.
II A. Thorn.
U O.'Ihoinv.
TH0MS & BROTHER,
(Successors to It. Jl lliilrn,)
Commission Merchants
Diioicrinia
And dndrri In
STAPLE AND FAN C Y
GROCERIES,
Forelirn and Domeatlo Fruits and Nuta
184 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
IKulrr 111
BOAT STORES,
Commission Merchant,
Tfm. 18 OHIO I.EVEE.
SPKClALttkuliou glT.n1owuii-iiim-ntl and
iIIIItvh jpntfrt,
yiLLrAM R. SMITH, M. D.
lli:SIi:CK. No it llilttrntb utm-t, tw
twevn Wajiblngtou avsmie and W'uluiit atrert
OFFICKi North aide of F.litlith stm-t ln
tWMin Comim-rrlal and Wnihlniitona,mii
0.
W. DUNNINO, X. S.
UKHIIir.SCK Corner Ninth and Walnut
tm-U.
OFFICK Cornrr Slith street and Ohlotr.
OFFIIK HOt.'lts FromAa.iu. loltm .an.l
ironi J lo s p in.
jyR. W. BLAUW,
Gorman Phyatclan.
OFFICK. IluJor'i Ulock, (up-suilrs), corner
KlKbth Mrett nnd VVashlnicton atenne
UWYKIIN,
JAMUEL P. WHEELER,
Alloriicy at Ijfuv.
OFFIC K: Ohio tvco, orer mom formerly
iH-ciiil-U tiy Flrt National lliiuk,
CAIItO. IJ.I.INOH.
yjULKEY SON,
Atioriicj'H nt Law.
OFFICK. Kljdith Slrrl, Iwtwetn Commrr
ctai anil VV'u-kiiiKlou nvtnutv,
JttWJ "''NOW
Q.nEEN Be QILDERT,
Alriit(yK ami CuuuNcIorai
at Iiiiu'.
OFFICK. Ohio lr.r, rmiina 7 and ii over
( Ity National Rink,
William II (lint, )
William II l.lllxrt. V (.AlltO ILLINOIS.
Mlli-x rnt'k lilllx-rt S
Brj-"Mrlid attention jtlvin to Adnilratly Hd
Slinmbiit bilshi-'4
viisi 1: M.A.vrorsi.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
Normal University.
NOTICE.
There u III !- an niiiiortiinlly
for Slndriit- lo
i-oli-r Uie I'lilrerslly
iiy, iniiimuairi- aurr me noi-
Mays, 011
.Monthly, Jniiiinry 1 ( la. IS73.
1 liltlon Is him: In all w ln are u nl by Cnnnty
Mirinlenili-nl-, Mii-rv i-nr", .liulsei orliyii
Itsni-eM-nl.itlve lil-lrict 'lo -ucli. 1111 ini-iilrnttil
In-of I'vii Hollars Is clmr"! r Itio, m-cnnl-
1111: 10 ini- i.uiii
in oiiiiis nuiion in tin- Mirinai neiiannimi is
s u) -r li-rmi In the Preparaliirv In irliiinit
ifil (si, ami in Ihe I'rliuan or .Mode! IK-pnrt
1111 nt ei.'.io.
riie Iiistrni (ion in Tlmroiich.
and embrace Willing, UniwIiiL". .-Iiiu-lnz. Cal-
Uth'-nif.s nml l.locntliiii. In iiMilitlon to nil tin.
Coniinoii and IIikIi M-lmnl -iiuli.--, nml Iniii
anil (irrs'k, Hli.-lii rMulhilil.llli-, ( hrml-try ami
1111 iii-iii my .
liiHiil IiikiisI ran m-hail at reasonable pricrs
.t : in s.i.isi 1,1 r wi L
llie.-siirlnit lm 111 will oeii M1m1l.1v
Mnrili
.'.111. IsJ.V .IAVIKS llnltAIfl.-, M I)..
tts-l'U'il.'tvr Mi-n-lary.
OUR
Illustrate? Catalogues1
von 7676" ov
EVERYTHING
FOR TUB
GARDEN!
Seeds! Plants !
Almplcmcnts, Fertilizers, etc.
Numbering 173pcf and containing Ave
tvautlu! aikrt J iJiitit, willed on receipt
of&Occuta.
Catalogue, -without platea, frat to all.
85 Cortlandt St.,
NEW YORK.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET
CO
Dealir lu
LUMBER,
All klndi;iianl and soli,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATn, &C
Mill and Yard,
Cornor Thirty-Fourth Strcot and
Ohio Lovoo.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashlonnblo Barbor
EIGHTH STREET.
Between Waahlnxton and Cornmorclal
Avenueu.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
sv
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Botwren Waahlnifton nnd Commercial
Avonut-a, aitjolnlntf Hanny'a.
KKKl'fs rnrsulHhi-lesl Piif, Pi ll. Sttillnn
V'ful, liilnli, stooi'S-'', Ac . and I" I'le
imnl to Hive liiliiille In tin an iWulIc niani.er
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
Wilcox's Blooli,
Corner Toplar and Elaventh Btreeta
Srnighc8t Cash Prico paid for
Hoes and Cuttlo.
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