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t tl Artcr J. V Stewart.
ARTER & STEWART.
(dicccisors lo I) Artcr A Oi.)
No. 113 Commorclal Avenue,
Bristol & Stilwell,
Koop ovorything pertaining to
tho lino of Stnplo and Fancy Gro
2oriCB, Woodonwarc, Vegetables,
FruitH, &c, tic.
Prest Korn'J Beaf,
Grayam and Milk Krackorz,
Garden & Flour Seedz,
Stcwdant, Rgand and awl kinds
Wix & Burnerz,
Power Kalifornya Hunny,
HOPZ, TAX, WAX & SAUZ,
A. Horse for Sale.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Close.
Corner 10th St. and Comrntroial Av
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Papor, Window OlasB, Win
dow Shados, &o.
Alvay on liand, the celebrated lUiimlnatins
Cornor Eleventh Street and Washing
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
or. o. xxxjjaxm,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Building:, Comer Twolfth Ctreet
and Waahlnitton Avenuo,
CyCermtTwirt Itallroad Work n icUUy.
t BI-U.T- - I, rT
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wltolrtalc and JUtali Dealers iu
Foreign and Domestic
WIXI3N OF Alii. Kiaros,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
MKHMV. SMYTH A CO. hate ',,1Jr
. Urge tck f I he KowN " i lw mar
kct. andglre.p!lal attention tolt. Mlutol
ranch of the business
At lir.Al.tK t.t
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Finn, EggB, Northorn Butter, iic.
Between Washington and
Q-Uooda tlcl tloJ fiw ofdiarge.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
Hotel and Restaurant
Two doors north or the Cairo and Vinwnue-s
WH, WETZEL. Proprietor.
ATKL'STY watch kept night and day for
trains and steamboats -The
lnt of accommodations fur transient
guests at 'two Dollar ixjrUiir.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Wholowls ami Ketall Dealers Iu
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILtS. ani COLUMBUS, KY.
At Hulen ftWtlaon'a. CornerTwelfth St.
and Ohio Levoe.
Wi: will; run an Ice wiwd threnghout llir
Scaion, dcllrering pure lake Ice In nny
part of the city atths lowest market price, and
will lofuniili our friend nuuldr thu city with
c lr the cuke nr car load, packed in auivihiM
or inlumriit to anr dliuncr.
FITS CURED FREE
ANY perron miUerlnu from Ihealxivc dlscm'
U uviueited to aililreiit llr I'rlc undti trial
. .... .'t. ll-l Ill 1 -.V.-.. -..t.v.l
Home OI 1U lliruiruii: nm wwin nmwi . ..i.r.
l)r rtxm l a regular uiymcuin, ami jun mane
the treaUuent of
FITS OR EPILEPSY
a ninety for ycard, ami he will warrant a euro by
the use of his remwiy
ie use oi ma rejoin y
lio not fall to send to him fora trial bottli
coils nothloir, and he
WILL CURE YOU
So matter how Ions standing your une may
be, or how many otker rtinciliei may hare
Circulars and tetlimenUls te at with
FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.
E. MAXWELL & CO.
RAILWAY MACHINERY and BURNINO
No. 016 North Malu Stroot
ST. LOUIS, ;MO.
AOINTB FOR SREVJU PLUMDAQO OILS
Olo, TJuiltla. 33VLllA.lxi.er, Csraor Tvrlti3x Dtrst and.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1875.
THE THIRD TERM.
Wluit .Senator Mrliunnlsl of Intllntut
Think. About II
(from this Cincinnati Commercial
"Swihtor -MnUonalil," I u.krl, "ilo yon
think tliut tiriint U playing fur n third
".Mot iiiulonlikilly his U, nuil lw lx-on
i'or a yuiir. All liM actions go to prove
that, cK'tilally lit l.itu more hi recognl
lug Itnxikg im tlovtTiior of ArkuiiM'i.
llU Idea U to rally tho carpet-bag
force, ami with lif present tinny
of olllic-hol JiTu ho hone to rlilu Into
"I Jo you think ho has any 'how, even If
ho get the nomination V"
'No, fir, I ilo not. Ilo will not lc ahlo
to currv four .Slates in tho North. Thu
lM.'opewlll Miller the written -ori-tltntloti
to li violated mid all other written laws,
hut they never will go back on tradition.
Public aeiitluieiitXorth and .South U now
overwhelming Hgalnt Grant, rind It will
he fctronger against him two yeaiu from
now, orhv the next election. He may
tilav hU card well for a third term, but
lu; 'cannot win. You hear licpnblluan
fay every day that they will never vote
for Grant for the third term. Home ol
these men may, und no doubt will, but
yet their remark Miow that there Is n
strong public !eutlmciit against tho third
term policy. Men will never go buck on
"lint suppose Grant gets up a civil war
by hit InlanioiH and ovvrljcuriiig act;
what then r"
"He will not do that. He dire not do
that, lie miiv Intimidate, bitte r and
make Ix-licve that he I going to get up a
lirf'u to frighten the iwople Into the 'up
port of lilt mixi-uri'.-, but that U iw far a
he will go. When he gt to the point
when-there If dangT ol a war lie win
haul In liN rail. There ha certain point
to which Grant can go. and when he
re.iches Unit jiolut be will nuhddc. I have
no fi-iirs of another vvur In th! eountrj',
no mutter what Grant may do. The
South U too con-ervallve. patient and he
roic, and will stand the mot obnoxious
andopprf slve law. iH'fon1 It will UUr up
arm again, for thev know that in liti
the bemocatlc party will come Hgaln In
power, and tliat they will have all the
rights that they are entitled to tho right?
guarautLl to them under the Constitu
tion, and enjoved by the people of the
"U there not danger of otiie of our
Democrat making lools of themselves In
the next Congre'4':"
"Yes, there h great danger of that, as
we hau-cuclia large maioriiy ami our
men have not been in power for Mi Ion
and the maloritv are inexnerienced
would have occn Deturn our majority
va .mailer than it is.
"How long, Senator McDonald, do you
think it will be Ixlore politics auMime a
shape so that we am .eculate upon the
hrobable Democratic nominee for the
Presidency next year '."
'it w ill not x; long. Already the mat
ter Ik U-iiig exleiulv.-ly cunvaM-d. 1 am
Eatlstled that the nominee tbi- time, t) bu
uccc-"-ful, must come from the West.
We cannot elect a man from the North,
for the Wen U tired ofvotiiigforextreuie
KaMern men. The lat three Presiden
tial Democratic nomination, have been
from New York McL'lellan, Seymour
and Greeley. The next time we mut
have a e.tern man.
"Who do vou think that will be?"
"It N hard" to tell. I think the duty of
Indiana U plain. It -honld bring out Mr.
Hendricks and earnestly jre?s his claim;.
Kentucky ought to go with Indiana tor
Mr. Henilricks and I think Southern
Ohio will. The South will support Mr.
Hendricks. I think."
"Won't -rude Hilly Allen' run.'
"I don't think he will. He ought not
to. If Ohio hu a man, it will be Senator
Ought the Vice-President to come
from the North 't"
"Yes I think m. Hut then It doe not
make much diHereiicc. If lie were a
Southern man. he would have to be a
very conservative one. Gordon would
not be a bad selection. We could not af
ford to take, a man less conservative than
"Hendricks and Gordon would he a
"That ticket, sir, would sweep the
HOW DOOLITTLE SWORE BY ABRAHAM
A I'nroyonirtl KplHotlc.
lOllawn (III.) teller to St. LouU Democrat. 1
Iii thu Mimnier of 1S01, during the
darkest period ol the war, before the re-
nominatiou ot .Mr. Lincoln, there wa a
mtIous ellbrt made bv many prominent
llepubllcaiis to put him aside, and to
nominate another candidate for the presi
dency. At a dinner party given by Gov
ornor Vute.s It was dNcusseil. and the
irovernor hini-elf was inclined to favor
An Immense ma meet uir ot the cltl
zens of llllnol was held at Springfield
shortly alter, and the irovernor. tie
lnr eiilled unon to make thu first
speech, in mild and gentle words, but in
molt iiiimlstakabli) terms, broke tills mat
ter to the dense niais of patriots around
itwnt the largest polltiixd meeting
ever held 111 Splnglleld. l'robabiy over
20,000 men were present. I was seated
upon the stand, and had a full view of
the sea of earnest faces, and at the speak
er. Tho governor was received with great
enthusiasm. Hut when he began to
broach tho subject of laying aside Sir.
Lincoln as a candidate, and substituting
some other man, there was a profound
and ahuoit agonizing silence. They
gave no cheer and no ox preeslon of ap
probation. Their respect for Governor
Vateu was too great lo allow them to
irlvo vent to expression? of disapproba
tion; and, as ho was in such high posl
tlou. thev were made to feel by bis re
marks that, perhaps (hey might be called
unon to acquicsco in ine san uecessi
much as they loved and honored
Lincoln. Never shall I forget the sor
row seen in every fuco as Governor Y ate
elosed Ills address; never shall I forget
the speech which followed it. ,
Senator Doollttle, from WUcousIn,
spoke next. I sat near htm during tho
speech of the governor; and, asl was ouo
of the partv at the dlnner,I watched every
' movement' and expreslon of his coun
i teimnce, ns I did not then know whether
! he joined in that movement and f viupa.
thUed with Yuten or not. He looked
palt ntidnorrou his broad ohest heaving
with emotion and his broad face beaming I
with Intense earnestness. As lie stepped
forward on tin; platform, slowly no ix
gan. in that deep, penetrating and far
reaching voice of bl., which all who have
heard cannot forget.
"Fellow citizens." wild he, lilting his
hand and face toward heaven, "I believe
lu God." Then pausing, looklngaround
upon his audience, ho added, in a tone
which readied every ear and thrllledevery
heart In that vast assembly, "Under 1dm
I believe In Abraham Lincoln."
That was enough. Then etuiied such
h scene n I have never witnessed. The
agony was over. The hearts ol 20,000
men 'found utterance in cheer, lu sob,
ami tear.. In grit-plug of hands, embrace,
For pome time Mr. Doollttle could not
go on. Never have I seen, and I doubt If
lu the whole history of the world i speech
of eleven word ever produced greater
effect. He went on, nl length, and "poke
for an hour and n hall In the fame vein.
When he finished Governor Yatesatonc"
took the stand and said he was atUtled
the jieople demanded the election ol Mr.
Lincoln, mid that he would do all lu his
power to aid that re-ult.
Although after the war was over I,
with most of the Republican patty, dif
fered with Senator Doollttle upon the re
construction measures. I have Mien re
called his speech on that occasion, and
have often repeated It to my friend.
Very respectfully yourtf,
K. I.. ATIUMA.V.
Cofcl nl (he Defence In In- I'llld by IMj
New Yoiik. .March C Humors pre
vailed yesterday. In absence of any pro
ceedings iu the lleechertrl.il, that one of
the parties to the suit had withdrawn,
and that there would necessarily follow a
dicontinuaiice of the ease. The rumors
doubtless grew out of reports that one of
the principal counsel had resolved to
withdraw in eoii'Cfpience of neglect to
bis other bii-lncss. which attendance for
two mouths in the Urooklyn court had
caused. He had been Induced, however,
to remain iu the ease, and will douhtles
conduct It to the clbe.
Mr. Jeffreys, the sick iuror on whoe
account the trial wa adjourned till .Mon
day, had entirely recovered from hU In
disposition. Tile attendance at the trial
1 to be limited hereafter and .ludge Ncil
Hin has expressed his intention to allow
to enter the court-room only the number
of spectator. that will Just till tho. seats.
When tilled the court-room will hold at
Ieat GOO persons, and on no day since the
trial began has there been les than 500
spectators present. The most Importu
nate person who apply for admittance
are ladle ami sometimes they succeed iu
pas-iug the guards.
Jlr. 11. .1. Ovington, who testified the
past week for tho defence in the Tllton
lleechcr suit, has been subpoenaed by the
prosecution, and In consequence could
not all for Kurope as he had Intended.
Mr. Tllton's counsel have knowledge of
several letters which Ovington wrote,
and which they want Identified and put
In as evidence.
There i a rumor current that Ply
mouth church has suberibed 12.,000 to
defray the expen-es of thl suit. The ru
mor goes so lar into drtalli as to relate
the uctlon of Howen. who entered a
heartv protest at.'alnt the appropriation.
and utterly refused to be a party to It.
The dilllcultv with ordinary horizontal
dials is that. In coneuiieiice of the
penumbral shadow of the style, or pin,
they can scarcely e or give the time with
in three minute, even when thev are
carefully constructed mid accurately set.
A means of avoiding tills objection ! now
resorted to, successfully, by a dial so con
structed that It may be set hi the merid
ian and truly horizontally. According to
this arrangement, the circle of the dial
ha, towards Its south point, a line needle
rMug, from which two human hair pro
ceed, one In a fixed po-ltlon, par
allel to the earth's Juxl.s at the place
this being supported by a stout bra's
arch, which can be shortened or length
ened, and which lias a flue slit at its up
per part to hold the fixed hair. The
shadow of this hair Is always sharp anil
well defined for about three Inches from
the needle, around which a small hour
circle of about that diameter (graduated.
The Moating hair as It 1 exiled, being
taken by the hand and laid along the
shadow of the Ilxed hair so as to bl-ect It
where it Is sharp, i stretched out to an
outer graduated hour-circle, where tho
Induction can bo easily read oil' to a frac
tion of a minute, amounting to a few
Dleil Snrtileuly of Heart IMsense.
How common U the umiounrcnieiit.
Thousand arc suddenly swept into eternity
bv tills fatal malady. 'I hli disease trener
iilly ha lis origlu lu impure blood tilled with
in itatlnir. poUon u matcrlaU. whuii. clr
culullng tliron.'ci the heart, Irrd'ate lis deli
cate tl.fUes. Though the lriitatlon may at
lint b u only flight, producini;u lit le pilpb
patlon or Irre.ular action, or dull, heavy, or
sharp.dtrilng palosj yet by and liv iho dis
ease becom stlrmly seated, an 4 itiilainm.i
Hon or hypertiophy, or thickenini; of he
IlnltiK liicinbrane or ot the valve Is pro
duced. How wiso to Klve an euiy utten
Hon to a ca9 of thU kind. Unnatural or
throbbing pain iu tho region ot tlio henrt
should mini nlsh one that all Is not right,
andifyou v ouhl preserve It from further
distH.f , you must help It to heat rlgiitly by
Iho use ol such i remedy will remove the
cuiseol tlio tro t ilc. Use Dr. l'lireu'e
(jo'den Medical Discovery before tho dis
ease linn lieeoniii Inn neated. mid it will, by
1 its great blood purifving and wouacrlul
regulating propcrdes, ellect a peifcct cure.
I It contain medical qualities thata:t spec
I ide illy upnu tho tlnues of tho heart, bring
1 ing about a healthy action, Sold by all
ROCKPORT, Spencer Co. luil.. Feb. let, '71.
, Dr. 11. V. l'icitCE. Ihillalo, . ,
1 About two years aijo I was ailllcted with
ilUnnan i,f iii (mart, which at tluici crea
ted a pressure around It, almost causing
suil'icatlon. I mw an advertisement ot
vniir (in!.ii, Mxdioii Discovery, recom-
uiemllnL' Hid same as a cura for tho dlseaso
rn ,. i ,h..n lmiiL'ht halt Ik dozen
bottles of It, and ilter u.lng three bottles 1
was entirely nilevoJ and am how enjoying
good lienlth. (iratelully youra,
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
To sell Dll. CHASK'il ItVXit'KSl Or, IN
FOUMATION FOlt EVLKi IIOU1 , lu every
county in the United btates am. Conadaa. Ln
Urged by the 1'ublWierto Ui pugea It ecu
tain owii.000 household reclpea, und Is sultl
to all elasiM und condltlotia, of society. A.
wondeiful book und n household utceailty, It
sella ut sight. (jreniet Inducemnnu ever of
fered to hook iigcnl.. SiirnpU copies sent .by
null, uo.t paid, lor i. txctusfve territory
JOV LIU 14 , IW, V. . . j
AmuU more tlmn uouuiu iimir niuocy, -i.
Oil. CHASE'S STEAM fULNTllfti QPKCLVL
asn Xnnoit MICH. 171.11-M-rJm O flUtna o
P. C. CANEDY. Prosidont.
HENRY WELLS, Vico-Preuidont.
Capital Stock $100,000.
CAIIt.0, ILLINOIS, MARCH 1, 1875.
Tho abovo Bank, organizod undor
uommoncca regular iianKtng Business tins any, ana in preparou to rc
.&v v .uvn&o, wuy uuu Mill uuiu, ouvur, UUVUrUlUUUb UUUU1.IIUU UA-
chango on tho principal Citiofl in tho Ucitod Statos, Collect or Discount
, oibbi uiiu-iimo mun, in miort uo a goncTT DanKing nuBtnoBU.
FOREIGN EXCII ANQE for salo in-adms to suit on Germany, Eng
luuuiiiuitiuu. uuu ui ikt uuumriafl.
PASSAGE TICKETS for salo to
Interest nllowcd on donosits in
ions promptly attended to and romittcd for on tho clay collected, at
usuat rates oi ixenaugo. i'atronarro
Itrfertoany Stale orllri-r, Ilnnker, orolhrrold
iiimniraun, iniiiana. .to, lion, l.clwiinl liutz,
Jol 0. W. McKKAKi, IIKNHY Wr.M.,
av. ii. wii.co.v, c. .m. .surrii,
K. Hl'DKIt, T. S. WOOD.
.. (J WIU TL', P. C. CANEDY.
T..I. KLKTII, I). L. IM11LI, PS,
-M. I'AltKEH, l)e. W. .IAY.VL".
T. LKW1S. .ir.SSK K. Di'llOH,
L. H. ADAM4, L'. 1. MLIMITi'.
Oil Mtl.KS NKI.I.H.
Hon. i. WINSTON,
.1. C.HL KI.S.
.1. V. CI.KMS.ON,
T. S. Wood, l'ahlcr Havlnt; Hank, sprliiL-iicId, llllnoh.
CM. Smith, off. l. Smith & Co.,
.1. K. Dilhols, Lnto AudlPir of state. " "
I'hlllps.l'rop lil. .State. I U'lial, "
Win. .layne, M. D., ' "
Ad mi", Lawyer C. S 0. and N. 1. " "
lolmst n, Asi S c'y oi State, " "
VanhotV. with Tliaycr.t Co., " "
Iter se, Cerk to -ec.y o' State, " "
Ca edv. ftetlrcd Merchant. " "
L. Merrill, ol MlnoU Mate ItcgMer, "
v an llstrand, Varn rr. Ssngiinon Co.,
Henry Wells. Lite of Nal'l Ilmk.
Hi Jt. rotaeioy. Lite Cairr Dt Nal'l Hank, Ivinsas City. Mo
I. Y, Cli'inson, Merchant, Cnledoula, II .
II. K. Potter, Prop Mound Jltv (II ) Journal
!. W. McKealg, Liwycr nnd I'ostniastcr, Cairo. Illlnol.
Peter Neil', .Merchant Tailor, " "
Win. Loncri; n, commls Ion Merchant, " "
M .1. McCanlcy, DrugM, "
Walker & Ncllls, Dry Dock,
John .Major, liulldcr "
C. O. I'atler.t Co., Merchants " "
H. K.Hiwenj He neral Job Printer, " "
It. F. Parker, Painter and Contractor, " "
E. A. heclock .V: Co., Conim'n Merc'ts " "
Hon. C. Win. ton, Member Legislature, " "
.1. C. Haels, Hl'k Hook Maniil'r and Hinder, " "
T. J, Kerth. Late Hardware Mcrchint, " "
A. Ilslley. Hardwure Mcniiant, '
Henry Klchholl, Furnlturo Dealer, " "
A.J eekcl, Siloonlst, "
Joseph Smith. Hide, Fur. Iron, ,1c., " "
Parker Jt Axlcy, Comm'n Merch'ts " '
0. It. Ncwl nid. (Jas Fitter, Plumber, Ac., " "
C. Lancaster of L. .t Itice. Lumherineii, " "
A. Lewis, with Aycrs .V Co . "
K. A W. Under. ManutacturitiLj Jcwclert, " "
D. Lamport, Harbor, " "
J. C. Wnlte, Insurant!! Agent, " "
W. H. Wilcox, Uroter, '
Itud.llelnaekcr. Hiker, ' "
John MeNulty, Hardware Merchant, " "
W. Tri.'ir. (irocr, " "
'P. I.owl.. I.a'e M.inser Life Insurance Co.. " "
WI. GLENN & SONS.
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
IMMENSE STOCK ! GREAT
COFFEE Hi", Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR New Orleans, Hard and Soft Refined.
SYRUP New Orleans and Eastern.
TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS.
Finest Assortment in the West
and 1)i:ai.i:i:s is
Provisions,Flour,Grain, Seeds, Dried Fruit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
68, 70, and 72 Vine Street, CINCINNATI.
wii(h,i:sai,i: ;uoi i:itst.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENT3 AMERICAN TOWDER CO.
57 Ohio Iiovoo.
11 A Thorns. L ll.'rhomi.
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Succeifora to It M Hulen,)
And dealer In
STAPLE AND FA N C Y
Porelfrn and Domeatlo Fruit and Nuts
184 COMMEECIAL AVENUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
an nnm levee.
. . " '
attention iclreu (oGontlnnmanta and
THOMAS LEWIS, Cashior.
T.J. KERTH, AflH't Caahior.
tho lato Banking Law of Illinois,
or from different parts of Europo or
tho Savinira Donartmcnt. Collect
citizen of SprlnKfl'M, llllnnla, or rejldentof
late Iiwurtrorilir Mule or nunoii, iieuetmr.
VAUIETVi! LOW PRICES!
ki:ai, dstati: aoi:.t.
JOHN U. HARMAN & CO.
CONVEY ANCEKS, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Atfonta of tho Illinois Central and
aiuniuuton ana uuiaay it. u,
North Cor. Sixth anil Ohio Lovoe,
'The Best Thing in tho WcBt."
Aichisonj Ioj;h I li h 1 1
Of the best Farming aud Agricultural Ijinda In
America, sltimtul In nnd neur the beautiful
(.ottonwoou and linut Arkansas valleys, tlio
gantenof iho West, on
1 1 Year' Credit, with 7 per cent. Inter
eat, and CO per oent. Discount
i' a n i: it i: r ii ' n i;
To purchasers of Land.
EJ-ClrculurB, with map, glvlrLgfull Informa
t.on.s.ntn:. AddrsAN johxsoX(
Acting iJind Commlsslocer, Topckn, Kun-W-l-;-w;m.
yiLLIAM R. SMITH, M, D.
ItESIDRXCE; Xo 11 Thirteenth itreet.t.
'.ween Washington avenue and Walnut itreet
OFFfCKi North Hide of Eighth street he
tween Commercial and Waihlujrtonernie.
Q W. DTJNNINQ, M. D,
Corner Ninth and Walnnt
OFFlCKi Comer SUth MreetandOhloLeTee.
OFFtCK HOCUS FromOu ra. tolim.. urn!
from 3 to 8 p in
jyn. w. bijAttw,
OFFICEi IlmWa Illock, (np-iuln), com
Eighth street and Washington aranu.
- ' J A MX J J A . tt . ....... n
Attorney at Iiw.
OFFICE! Ohio Iveo, over room formarly
occupied by Flrat National Itank,
Q.REEN & QILBERT,
AttoritcyH nntl Counselom
OFFICE! Ohio Irec,' rooms 7 and 8 over
t-uy .-tanonai Jiank,
.(.lllwrt, J CAIItO ILUSOI8.
Miles Kred'k Ullhert
0-sleelal nttcnlion given lo AiUnlralty and
ttlNO: I.I.AM.Ot H.
Fon 1875 op
( Seeds! Plants ! )
Vlmplcmcnts, Fertilizers, etc.
Numbering ITS pases and containing five
btautfulcctordplaU, mailed on rectlpt
of 50 cents.
Catalogue, without plates, free to all.
35 Cortlandt St.,
BOX and BASKET
All kinds; hard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, Sic
Mill and Yard,
Cornor Thirty-Fourth Stroot
Between Washington nnd Commercial
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between WnshlnRton and Commorclal
Avunuos, adjoinlni? Ilaimy'o.
KKKI'S for fule the best Iltef, l'tuk, Mutton
Venl, Ijimli, unnij:e, Ac . unit is pro
pared to terve iiunfllcs In an accephible manner
Wholesale, Retail and
Wlloox's 33 loo It,
Corner Poplar nnd EUvonth Streets.
GSriTighost Cash Prioo paid for
Ilogs and Cuttlo.
Rot. Second and Fourth Stroots,
Wholesale and lietall Dealer In
Berliner Weiss Beer,
Soltzor and Soda Watorf Etc
CtAhTaya keeps a heavy stock on hand, and
is prepared to furnish full suppllea on try short
. at the (uncut rnttw.
nd In youronUrs.
Tow-Boat For Sale
Tim Subscriber oners for tal the Utcam
TowIhk Burn-Wheel lloat, Ike Huminllt,
with engines, machinery, Isckles, apparel and
rurultura as she uow lies at Cairo, Ills,
Her length Is Ui feet, her breadth 2t feet, her
lepth S feet and measure :16 Um. Mhe has 3
boilers St feet IougandlInelie4iUamtKT, a high
pressure engines with cylinders 17 inches In,,
UUI.eiCr u i .iu. .v.. ywttym VS l-
:tiia in diameter and 1" Inches stroke and all
iiiodem lmproveinenU,and is in eftry resuMl
Haunch, tin worthy, and In good condhtotrHla
iiaTigauon. i or urina appiy ro. ww
8. 8. TiTMI. " :
Cairo, Wi. , XoTsmbtr , ltft. i-u-tf.