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After. J, W. Steirsrt.
AltTEIi & STEWART.
(Successor to O, Arter A Co
No. 113 Commercial Avenue,
Bristol & StilweU,
Krop everything pcrtnininj? to
Hio lino of Stnplo and Fancy Gro
?cricn, Woodcnwurc, Vcgotablcs,
FruitH, &0-, &c.
One Pound will make 8
quarts soft soap.
English Broakfast Mixture
$1.00 PER POUND.
Horso for Sale.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN TIIE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Close.
Cornor 10th St. ami Comraorcial Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
r.VINT AX1 OII.N.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVnll Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, eic.
Alwnyt on hand, Ibc ctleurated Illumluatlng
Cornor Eleventh Street and WaahlnR
CAIKO CITY BINDERY,
ar. o. xirrisrjjs,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Building, Corner Twelfth Straat
and Waahlnitton Avenue,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WWfil and lUtall lUn la
Foroign and Domostio
U IM:S OF AIjL KINDS,
No. GO Ohio Lovoe,
MKSSIf . 'MYTH A CO hate ently
a InrKe stock of the l-t Rood, l" thr mar
ket, and tfi?wi-cial attention toll- '"'l'ilx
ruucti ii f tlir Uunliiux
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!1
WhoIefaU and ItfUlI Dealer In
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo and Kankakee, 111.
At Uulen & Wilson's, Corner Twelfth St
and Onto Levee.
rwill run n Ire nnirnn throughout the
Suaxin, (lilliirlntf purr lake l'v in any
Nirl of tlx-city lit the lnwiwt Ilul kit irlir, uml
will ulxirunil.il my friends unhide the city with
ccliy ttw cuke nr car load, lucked In jwitntil
or sfiliniient In any illtlniue.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
Oornor Uiclitli. Stroot,
WM. WETZEL. Proprietor.
ATHUTY watch kept night anil day Tor
train and slruiulHMt.
The lMt of arcommodHtloiis
K"rts at Two Dollars tier iluy
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington and Commercial
Avenuea, aajoimnir uimny .
"KKl'S for ml tlw Uvt lU-cf, 1'nrk, Million
iil. IjimiIi. huiiMisr. Ac . ami I Ptv
wired In nerve iiunllUn in an uccetitable manner
FITS CURED FREE
ANY rewon utrtrlnir from the aliore illfmso
It roitieti to Hililicas l)r Trier und u trial
IHUieni Ills nuilicini; in: luinuiitni .
Dr Price l u regular phylclan, uml lia. nwle
the trratmeui 01
FITS OR EPILEPSY
a ttmlr for years, and he will warrant a cure by
tlie ue 01 ni rtmoiy,
I)o not full to .mil to him for a trial lKittle)
coett nottilut, and he
WILL CURE YOU
No matter how lone Handing; your ease may
1. or how many other remaned may na
failed. . ., , , . ...
Circulars anu ieeiunenuu ni n u
FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.
SR. OHAS. T.
E. MAXWELL & CO.
RAILWAY MACHINERY and BUBHIHu
No. 616 North Main Straot
BT. LOUIS, MO.
o-n. d. ja:
AQXNT6 FOR ?RKF9H PLVUBAOO Ottl
OOLcm. SvLllatla. 33xilAlcr. Cstnir Twalftlx- Dtxat em.A 'Wi.aliiri.jrtoii ..iraxxvL.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1875.
A VI00R0U8 AND SLIGHTLY VENOMOUS
SPEECH FKOM AHDY JOHNSON.
Custodian of tha Constitution Bring
, Out Hii Trouure.Agala.
An i:nrncit Wnniliiir lollir Proilcnnil
it I.uuil Cull on lu- SluucrM
Wamhinokin. Miiroli 22. Tlie Inrlilciit
of the il.ivV wedon wn, r cour'. Andy
.IiiIiiimiu'c mhtcIi. It eallwl lurlli a Iiirtfy
crowd, ttldoli jmckuil the ffiillcrlo.
Upon tin1 lloor id tho wiiule thoro win 11
Iarj.' iilli'iulaiici! of notid nun Nearly
allirilii' H-iiniore twu uIboIii lilt; cliiiui
Ikt. anil llie".iv' a nt' clo atlrnllnii
to Mr. .lolin'win'ji ciM-ccli. Tliu iiutlli'iici;
In llicrallcriuM wax fully twiMlilriNmadu
up of laillf", who Ciiino up to tliu 'fiiati:
early In tliu inoriilii 111 onkr to hcftiru
AinoiiL' tlic ndmlnlRlratloii Miiatorft,
none p.tid uIomt atti nllon than .Mr. Mor
t til. who. hi tliii('. Konu hy. had volcl lor
.IoIiiimiii'. Iiiipi'.'it'liinriit. lie moved up
n-veral M'iit toward the speaker, and
flaw lilni Ids inidUlded alteutioii from
the Ix j.'lnnlnj:. IHh hlaek lirmv knitted
at one olMohuou'ii itateuii'iit!, and had
It not hii'ii lor the caucii rule that no
more Mieeehe should he made hy the
1 :) iittjf it-itis on this reMiliitlon, there
would dotihlle-K ! a reply nride liy Mor
ton Squalor ChrUtlaney came over, anil
during the l-peech walked to and fro.
haek of the Democratic de-ks with hi
head thoughtfully bowed, in he listened
to the ipii-ch.
Mr. llcek, of Keiilueky.wlth liU broken
arm In a lln', ml next to Mr. .tiiliii-un;
and near him were -ill of 1 1 if leading
Snitheni "I'liator. (Jordon, Norwood,
Cockrell, Whyle. and otheri".
Mr. JolinonV ?peeeh may be conId
red a Miccei-s. It occupieil Jut two
liniirr in the delivery. It ahouudiil hi
telhnj.' point. At limes Andy rumbled
idhilitly, and there wax not always u log
ical uitiiiectloil hetwc-ii hi- poluts made;
but ll iioii.partl-aii'hlpandloreible.elear
expte.'i-loli- 'tive It eiionxh "treiijjtb to
Indicate that Mr. .lohii-on will 1h; ii Iron
lili"oiniMidversiry to handle in the sen
ate. He bepin by tayhifr that, n Ion-fa
he had been in the habit of fjieakiii in
public, he appeared before the s-cnate
now, einbarracd by the expectation
that awaited In .'pecch. However, tbo-e
that had come there to hear him ratity
per.-oual spite, or ishow a parti-ju spirit,
would be dUaiipointed. He then ad-dre.-ied
hliiiM.ll to the resolution which,
he claimed, had no bii-inc" belore the
senate. It was imprinter to consider any
act ot the admlnl-tmtiou since it bad
come Into power. It was a revcn-al of
''elierallv e-labll-hiil legislative prlnct
ple. anil lie lieiu dial uie ieiiaie nan uu
rllit to (ll'eiii the aet of the pre-lileiit.
In (liiiitroVe. exeeju wnen sunn; n a
hli'li I'liiirt nf liiiDi-.iellliiellt.
lien Jir. Joiiiibon came in ?:aic 01
iikmoval or oi:.v. shkhwan
irom LoiiMana. In ls(J7, everybody Hstrn-
(I. as t wa-evideiitlliat uiioii thai siin-
et heeonlil Mieak 1)V the eanl. He caiil
that .Slieriilau was eueh a constant Mitiree
of lrritathiii In that state that a universal
ervisiuieiiplroiii the State (leiiuiitllujr 111
reiiKival. lie liau him remmeci, in spue
if the protest ot Urant. who wiuviienu
of Hie arinv. llalieoek Mlceeeihil him,
mil tii-aee was retoreil. beeatle he reeo''-
nleU the Mipreuiaey of the civil author
llv to the inllilury. Uraiit knew till.-.
mil ulir linil he reii acetl Slieriuau in
that .Slate, If It was nut to renew tliU Ir
ritation anil stir up revolt, mj to carry
hl end-. At tills .loilllMiii ro.-e 10 ins
tilth-it height, ami said, in shrill tones,
Unit pierced lo the furthest corner ol" the
senate Cliaiuncr, I rn uiumj mm rar
Ih himl theeiirtaln, trying to stir tip an
other civil war, in order that one. might
ride Into power
ON A TIIUID TUUM,
over the rulin ot the union, Mint Iftlielr
plan' Mieeeeil, then lure well to uie liber
ties of thi country."
'1'he lralleries, at this, Drone out lino uie
llrst applau-e ol the day. Itiu chair
slernlv called tlie audience to order, and
tlie eapllol police were then htalioin il ill
the MtK ol the I'alleries, to suimiuo any
further attempt at a ileiii'UHtrutiini.
Mr. .lohiison was very severe upon
iresenl-tiiNiiiliy hlholilcluN. Iiispeak-
iij: of Wa-lilnjrtou aversion ton second
term, even, he also aniiiieti to dm
IlU'tmL TO TAKF. I'lllISENH.
Here he beseil pardon for the liberty
ni ii.linr Wn-TntiL'ton's name in coiinec-
Hnn ulili the invscnt liresiileut. In hid
ellallitn of tliecaeof the Ku-'llsli house
iit'iiiiiiiiMiise.Y iielllnL'Sir.loliii lievor.lu
KMi.'i. lor rrceivlliL' a nresent of 1.000
iniiiu.ii iroin the cltv of London. "It was
onlvs;ri.000."falil ilr. Johnson, with u
fiiitiMinilutlvu air. "ami If that was then
rnnlili'ril such a IiIl'Ii crime, would there
not now be plenty ol'caue for the Intro
duction of a resolution luthcotherhi-uiicli
of conjrress, bearing upon the conduct of
any one who shall be naiuelcsif" TliU
direct reference to the
IMMACHMUNT Or THE rRESIDENT
made a sensation, although .Mr. Johnson
stated that any remarks that ho iniulo
concerning the Trevor cae. might take a
general application. This was a studied
care, upon Mr. Johnson's part, through
out his entire speech. In avoiding person
al feeling. In criticising the ncls of pul-
no oiuciais. no was careiui to omy speiis
of their olllcial nets. The president's
INTCnFEltUNCE WITH TIIE STATES,
under the pretense- of guaranteeing them
a republican form ol government, was
severely handled. This power was hIoiiu
delegated bv the constitution of tlie Unit
ed state. "When was It Mint tlio presi
dent had become tho United Slates? In
this part of his speech, ho strongly de
nounced the president's somersault in
tho Arkansas ease, ills lust proclama
tion In favor of Hrooks, decided thurlght
of the people especially granted under
the constitution ol changing their consti
tution when thoy saw lit to do so, within
prescribed limits. In summing up tho
meaning of all attempts to
GET AWAY rnOM TIIE CONSTITUTION,
h snld that It was tho desire to "ret away
from the control ot the people, so mat
the public servants might become, su
preme. He showed how tlie minds of
ii,.. .M.niUn ilUnrimnli'd hv the war. re
mained quiet under tho encroachments of
those now hi power. A republican form
ot government had already passed nway,
nnd vm were already living iimler a sin-tocraev-a
rule ot tho military. 1 ho
step was not far distant to empire. 'Iho
people wore pnwprleR". He had tooil
up before the civil war. and warned (he
people of Its danger. Hoiifinlu assumed
notr. ov a rnonir.T,
mid warned the people of Imneniling
danger to all their lib rlie.. lll. voice
raiiL' out especially fhrill and clear, ai ho
lHsaU.'ht his enlfeiijruc to unite with
liliu. like a band or brothcH. to save the
countrv, and be no longer m occupied
with party. Party rclL'ii had brought in
to the verye or ruin. Now wa the time
to think of the country only. Mr. Johu
SonV "licech was
ill more wnv than one. There have not
U-eii hit maiiv reference" to the eoutltii
lion matin In the feiiate for the lat live
Vears as were j;lvcn In .lohnsoii' speech.
To show that be had no peron;u"liy in
the matter, he eloed by saying that. If
the president would rclorni be r,-aiii
liNencroachmeiilf upon the coneil utloii,
then he would go on the rostrum for
him. atid a-ked blm parilun of a
wronged, and oppressed, mid downtrod
The spei-ch ha awakened a good deal
of Interest In political circle, as It out
lines Mr. Joliu-ou's future In the senate,
lie ino-teariif.-tly makes war upon the
present order of things, anil, as lie Is In
the porscslon of fads not accessible to
others, it promircs that he will make his
light Interesting to say the least.
THE CROSS ON THE WALL.
An Ominous MmiliiM . mid llirMystvry
ol It l uitliitr Anuy.
Cohots Cur Troy Treat, March 11.1
For the pat week a story has been cur
rent on the street which at lirst we could
not believe. .Mrs. JulieiiJcroine.il French
woman, whom all that knew her say had
always led a very devout, good life, lived
on .Alain street, and was taken sick about
llvi) week ago. Immediately alter acros
appeared on the wall beside her bed,
which all ell'urts cannot obliterate. It
llrst appeared very small mid
f.tl'it, and scarcely observable, but
by degrees It bi-gan to grow largo
and apiear plainer. Such was the story,
and yesterday morning our correspond
ent i-ited I lie hiiiM- oitht sick woman to
acertalii tlie truth ot tlie ?tory. There 1
no denying It wa the cross on the wall,
plain and observable, to all. Tho wall is
not pajiereil. but Is whitewashed, ami
when the cross lirst nptcareil -ome ineiu
ler of the family took a knife and at
tempted to scratch it out ot tlie wall, but
to no avail. The whitewash was daitiied
over with the same re-ult. Tho woman
died last evening, and your correspond
ent visited the liou-u again. He loiuid
the mysterious cross was fading, as had
tlie Ille of the woman who had just pas-ed
away. In the morning it looked on t lie
white Willi like a strong shadow, dark
and heavy, but in the evening it was the
color of a November leaf. U'e question
rd the son of the deeeae(l woman con
cerning the case and he substantiated the
above. He said that he was continually
scratching, attempting to obliterate Iha't
mysterious reminder ot our Savior's
death. True it K the print of a knife,
was on tlie pla-ter, having worn ll oil"
about a quarter of an Inch while attempt
ing to de-troy the figure. When asked
vrhr he .11.1 nor (dye it publicity, the son
-aid lie thought If he did his hou-e would
tie crowded nil tho while, nnnoyiiig Ids
sick mother (now dead). He al-o said
that he told only Ids Immediate triends of
it, but somehow it began to leak out Irom
tlieui. Tlie above may bo thought by
some a romance, liut it is a plain, unde
The SiiUiim'h IIiiuhi'IioIiI i;i nniiiiiy .
The sultan ot Turkey employ.-, in Ids
palace 0.000 servants of lioth sexes. Tie
pay s and feeds 300 eook-.UOO ''ardi'iicrs.OOO
coachmen nnd GOO more to do odds and
end- about the house. To feed these pro-
pie and their hangers on, 1.200 sheen and
.'.000 fowls are killed every day, ami 00.
000 francs for light arc expenilcd. It Is
not staled how many uulorlimates owe
the li-i- of lliclr heads to this excellent
riinpli'. EriililltniN, IIoiikIi Shin.
Tne v tctnliid c put tmdi-rtlio intluciu'C
I lir i ierc (ii'ldeu M. diiut 1)1 cov y
fo ii fow w ok-, tho -Uu Imooiiic. siiiiintti,
clear, sol . and vt l ty, and hcuigi luin u i
ted w ih the l..w o peril ct lieltli lo
within, uie i'nu y ttii.d- urth n nil Its
ylur. The elluo s oiidi mo cine- wlilrti
perut U on h system ll n u h the lilt. -ilniin
of t'm hi iod are necessarily MiiiMWht
s , no mi'ier how guild tin-.enitdy e n
plori'd. W lilU' one lo tiiruo b ttl s clear
the U not p tii)l . In till--, irupilii
yellow .", CHiiii'd n s or "gruhs," a ioz
n in.iy l o-sinly he cquir d to eu - s'iiiii
ras s win ro h ! n Ii rottun with scro
llloii-nr xiiulcnt lilnod " Imhis. 'I he i lire
ol nil ill o dl.uisv, howvv. r. Irom le
cniiiinnn I'linplu 1 1 tun wor-t hernial i Ik
wlt'i iho use litis mn' potent acnt,
umtioroi time Sold by do den la tin
covEiiri) with cnuiTioNS, ciiied.
Cl. VfiUCK, o uinbla Ci., N. Y,
On. It. v 1'iniOE, Ihiffdo. X. Y. :
MoirSIri I am Ixiv vonrs of ace, and
have I'oen iillliu cd with oall llhciim In tlio
wo'st foriK f ragreutm ny yea. until,
cilii niidly, I saw o 'e of you h"ok
whli'li de'criho l in cae exne. y. I hought
jour (iiililcn M"dic.l Dlsciive y nnd lon
two li'illl and ii Inlf, ad wus uitrcl
curnl From my sh ulderi to my hud"
wasintlr ly lovcred with crun'mn-. n so
on lire nnd hndv. 1 w i- llkn.M.0 hIIIIcIii I
with lllieiimnit.m. that I walked with
u cat dlfil tilts . and tb it Is entirely "rod.
Jlay (lod paro ou a lont' life lo remain a
lilo-lng touinuklnd. With untold grati
tlldd Ml!S. A. W. WILLIAMS.
Stcambofit, Hotol and Family
AJfD DSALJB W
Groceries, Vegetables, Gamo,
Fish, Eggs, Nortborn Butter, &o.
' tJ-Goml iltl wl free of charne.
r."...i. iai '." J2Iv'"l
a 1 1 iwi Misuucimaiumn. mi
WM. GLENN & SONS.
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
IMMENSE STOCK! GREAT VARIETY.! LOW PRICES!
COFFEE Ri", 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 DKALEI13 IM
Provisions,Floiir,6rain, Seeds, DriedFruit
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
68, 70, and 72 Vino Street, CINCINNATI.
F. M. STOGXEFLETH,
Importer and Wholosalo Doaler in
FOR-EIGrKT J3STT DOMESTIC
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a full sfck of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
COMMISSION Mil 111' J I A. NTS.
AND DEALCn IX
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Under City National Bank.
IWIt.t. nell In rvlwl loU at manuructurera
ritf, udillnK Krvlfilit.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHILLIS
ISucceasnrs to-John n I'ldllli)
Anl Dealer In
IIAY, ORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agents for LAFLIK "&RAND POWDER CO
ICornor Tenth Street and Ohio
7, 1). M.itliuM.
e. o. tna.
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
01 olxlo Tjovoo.
E. J. Ayre.
9. P. Ayr"-
AYRES 6c CO.,
BY Tlrtuo or two reriniu criuiiuu ...
di reeled hy the Llerk of ll.e Circuit ourt
of Aleximilercunty In the Stale of II inn It, n
. . .!.. .....Iah. ,a m.
lavor of the .soalliwcteni lu.unime i ominy
for tlie u"e of John Q lUnnun. hei'lver anil
hain't Win J .
Llm l oiler at tmhlio side at the snuthwe.t dopr
'i.V? ' ....... In r lv nt t a m. Ill the
colli ty uf Aleiamler and .Mute of Illinois, on the
3M day of March A.l llW.at the hour of
e t en o'c ocka. ra. , lor cash, to falUfV sal I
Sherlir of Alexandsr County, Ills
.M.I'.A. 11 III"
lime evUil upon uie iuhumihk ui-,,..
erty, In tliccfiy of Cairo, cuiiiity cf .Mexiimkr
tml b ale of IlllnoU. to-wlt l.u inimbi'mU x
. , 1. I.lock iiuinU;ieil twenty n hit (W) , a the
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Reputation.
ActnuMleJgnl by nil tjiicsl SIulclan to lie the
hut 1'ianii now made.
THE GREAT UNION PIaNO,
ff which wo havo a M over 400 donng
twelve ) car pas , becoming uioru and more
popular every cay.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
Silcndid tone, rower and Dllralilllty.
Kimball's Orchostral Organ,
Avciyllm' In-trumciit, adapted to iii-trit-
111 HUH UH sell u Vlll'UI UltlKll'.
ALL TIIK AI10VK AIIK OKFKItED ON
K i-y Monthly 1' iymcnt. at low thrui es
reardl sa of L si l'rkea.
In grou vnrl' ty, liiilnillii all tlio now
and poind r nni-ln ol the day.
Orders Iroui the Cinmtiy
promptly till o and sunt
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS,
FRENCH II AIM'S, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of aU Kinds
I'lirrislicd to Order.
ETKINOS FOR VIOLINS, OUITABS, ETC.
01 tho llest Quality.
OUoc'tool Sturlins and Exnrr.isns
Of allsradcs for Piano o r.. .
-T"Kvirv doicrlntton of Muilcd Mfr-
chuudlsu furnlsliod lo order, promptly and
at prices lower tlun oer oucrou ocioro.
Gn.VCV ALSO OF
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Trlco
AU Goods Warranted at Bepieaented.
ROBBINS MUSIC BAZAP,
BV Tlrtne of an execution to ros rtireeteil by
the Clerk of Ihe Circuit uiurl of Alex
ander county In the puis of Illinois. In faror pf
the Soitlhwtfstern Insurance Comiiuny Tor the
u.eof Jolinii llarman, lleceler. unit asalu.t
WHIIm.1 Allen and II. WaUon HebU, 1 Imre
levieil upon the following described I'rouerty.
n the cltv of culro county of Alexander and
Miiieof llllnuU.to-wIt; Uit uumbeitil live (ft),
hi block mimlwred Hdrty-lwp (Si ). a the iroi
irty or Ihe mid II WuUou Webb, which 1 hlt
iiilrr at Mibllo wile al the southwest door of Ine
1 ourt Howe. In the city of ( i ajro. In Ihe county
of Alexander and Mute of Illinois, on Ihe
U.iy of March A . I)-, UV. t the hourpf eleien
o'clock a, w., lor wn, hi wwr
lloll. Al.t.X. II, II . v!l
Shsilff of Alexuudsi county. Ills.
T" " B. SMITH, X. XX
RKSlDEXCKl No. U ThlrtMaUi itrmC. U.
foi Wublnf too arsoae tail Wlmt itrssl,
OKKICUi North iM of Eighth ttmt W
twtn Commercial and WMhlnctoa. snows,
Q W. DUNNING, X. .
Corner Nut til aad Waloiil
OFFICE! Cornrr Sixth Itrastaad OhloLiTea,
OFFICE HOUItSi rroras a.a. t Urn., aa4
."Tom 'i to ii p.m.
J-)R. W. BLATJW,
OfriCKl Huder'i IJlock, (up-iuiri) , eeratr
Eighth ttmt and Wablnston ttua.
JOHN H. MULKET,
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE F.lfthlh Stmt, betwetn Coraaaf
cUl and Washington avenues.
Attorney at Law
OFFICE! Ohio It, oTtr room formetlT
ocutlcl by Flnt Nutlonal Unk,
Attorneys! niul t'onmclorfl
OFFICE: Ohio Lerr, room 7 and ( OTfr
City National Hank,
William II Green, )
William II Oill,ert, CAIKO. ILLINOIS.
Milea Frtd'k. (IUlrt
EV.relal attention given to Admiralty aad
ron 1875 0F
Seeds! Plants I
lmplcmonts, Fertilizers, etc.
NumbcrlDC KSpacca and contalolne At
UavUfulcolondrtot", mallod on receipt1
of SO cents.
Catalotras.'wl'iont plAtea, free to ill.
35 Cortlandt St.,
BOX and BASKET
AU kinds; hard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &0
Mill and Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Streot and
KOIiTIJSIDE OF EIOnTH STREET.
Setween Washington and Commercial
Wholesale, Retail and
W lloo ac.' 33 loo Is..
Corner Poplar and Elaventh Streets,
serHighost Cash Prieo paid for
Hoes and Cattlo.
C. N. HUGHES,
Over HUthnii TTU'i.
First-Class Companies revre
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Nstiooal Bank Bulldiif, y-itain.
The Oldest Eatabllahed Aceaey In Soata
ra Illinois, npnstaUnc ever
t9CTuiT u4 RoIlrMd WrV a nMwIaltf.