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W. L BRISTOL,
Koops cvorything pertaining to
tho lino of Staplo and Fancy Qro
sorios, Woodonwaro, Vogotablcs,
Fruits, &e, &o.
Try My New Stylo Mixed
T S3 a
Different Combination Prom any
Bcforo Offiorcd in tho Markot,
nnd of Kxcollent Flavor.
Sweet ASd Rich
Attain This Summer.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
ST. JOHN'S and
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attonded to.
tSrTo largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or yoar, at uniform rates.
CAIKO CITY COAL COMPANY.
KJ-ltalliiUy llro oWrc, No. 70 Ohio Levee.
Kt-llniriilay liro ' vtliarffooat
Cf"At Kifyjitian Mill, or
t3At the Coal Dump, foot of Thlrty-Elght
S3l'osl Olliee Pnwir. aoo.-
lit lull Healer in
Importod from Now York City.
IVPDA'I' . No. 170 Wjiliinglon Ay..
I'M Ul 5 Corner Eleventh St.,
Ever prosont "Rest for tho Woary."
MuUrc.se, Pillow, nml llultlcrs ul
G. W HICK'S
Corner of Nineteenth and Poplar streets, lie
t wwn Hiu New Vol k Morn awl L'ol , '1'uj lor' of
fice, iu follow; Kxcelsior uml Hhuck Mat
lli'f (, fun aize, collou loli, i 'i second elite,
rotion top, $.1) good plain Shuck Mattrer, $1
and &5i Lounge, .Single, ami Crlli Suitresses it
r educed prices to Milttlio hard limes, Term
strictly cosh, UlRhciit rash price lulil for corn
'"? l"l delivered ut my factory.
Tbe Private Proscription Book.
Bciore codiukids hut uoeicr ior union
to u4 Boxual IilRcaceo. AiiMu.
lircbcLItli, 1'iurrh, Couu uou. fli
llitliU, Virljoetrl. lit dmcJc, tfcrofu
i-U,Hit.LliilaLatili. Msumi. Mr.
tf,Contlkinl, KftuIu WraUfti, M.Inr
kIh. '" Beralnal cd Nervous Do
kJ?i"iT,nd Hnutlon, Impoten-
I WuStSf " l Imprudent
u.llJr.bo or .&I.IN UU UH. ul,l, fcr It!
oruatfiMtfbuIUDatliriivrk. MiUM -A. Vr.
IMllHtHJctuu, 41rw -"ki.ii
THE AMERICAN REMEOV CO..
If o. 10J Pint Htrfct, ST. l.oiiijr)
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Whnlfit(. and Itctall Dealer In
Foreign and Domostio
WIN F.N OF AM. KIND,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MllSSlf. fcMYTII A CO. have , ., utljr
o larj?e toek of tlie beat Rood in the mar
ket, ntnl KhM-clal attention to M-'' wlioUnl
ranch of Itio huilnc.
HUSE, LOOMIS & CO.,
TiiVh Kiint pU-jiurein aiinotiiiciiik Hint llicy
un' now piT)irnl t (iii)ilycicryljoly Willi
nflhewy lt qnilily, tlllier ut llnlr luitun or
at tie loi- onl'-rs li'uM l left at Hie
No. 00 Ohio Lovoe, CAIRO, ILL.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
Wuolujlf nml I(U11 Duiltr in
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo and Kankakee, III.
CAIKO OFFICE :
At Hulea He Wilton's, Corner Twelfth St
and Ohio Levee.
I will run an l wagon tlironirliout tl'r
Saon, lUlimln pure lake Ion in uny
Irt of Ur city at tlx lonctt liurktt prlo, anl
will al'o furaUh my friend ouUMe the city with
rciiyinr rmxr or car iai, iiackni in sawuiut
or Hiltmnl to anr dlDUni-r.
Ooraor Uislitli JSts'oot,
WM. WETZKX., Proprietor.
A TItl'STY watch kept mclit amt lUy for
XX train ami ntcumlxwts
D.e Uvt of arcoinmoititliiii,
Kllr.U at Two flollurn irilay
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Loveo.
II A Hioini.
I. U. lllOlM
TH0MS & BROTHER,
Ciircciwir to II l llnlrn,)
Anl ilciilcrs In
STAPLE AND FANCY
ForoiKU and Domestic Fruits and NuU
181 COMUKBCIAJ. AVKNDK.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
Sl'KCI Ah ultuntlun given tuconslgnmcuts and
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Papor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shados, &o.
Alwuyt on liaud, the relebmlcd llliiminntlug
Corner Eleventh fltreet and Waihttur-
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY,
Ills Arirr-IMniirr Hprorh In Horlln.
When you draw a pleliiR',
which runrccnts slia'lowij only tuid no
lights tlit;ii pvcry tinrk stroKO oi tin- pen
cfltunv forltidf oo correct, ntxl yet tlic
total liiipre-kMon convoytti oy tiicpicttiiu
Will 110 nliwilllt'ij Jiliv;. nuiv niifuii,
may be, let tne show you by your own
example. " nut woiuu yon ny m u rep
rescntntlon of the Oennauy of Icwlay
which, forirettlntr nil the i;reatiii!illtle
mid tlcetU of the pconlo nml of the pov-
crumvut, prodtieetl the pro'eciition ol
pre olIeiiWM in tlie only rvltlenee ol
your polltlcnl proj?ref, the hitrlliei Of
tne lyiininiom.Tiie ;n n true hampiu oi
(iennan pntrlotlMii, and tlie .swindling
opcrallotn of oni'j wlnily Joint Mock
concert)1 as the ilower ol the economic
movciiient.'i ol (j(-rmau f-ociety? 'Joino
as a native of thU t otuilry and a friend of
truth. Mich llanuit hijitillw would be
revolting, and you woulil fuel that In-
iiiiico no ivti Kei.'iiiy. i.ppiaii'0.j
Witli the fame miiitin; let the Ameri
can people and their doln le measured.
Applaiije.J l, ill tne t nitcti Mine,
loiie'tlv nttiii.-l.eil nnd t-linll con til 1 1 n to
attack tlie excrescences of our social and
political life fo I shall even here ueer
wintcwasii tnosu which really exi-t. nut
( can nermlt nobody to forjret that Ik-
hlnd nil llni'o tiling stauiU a great and
noble pcopli, strong and sound hi the
corf! ; a peoplu which with a "1-,'a nl In
spirit of cntcrjirKo and pluck and energy
Irre-Mible in an Incredllable fhort space
ol time wre.-ted lioin tho clcmcnuiry
force.1; of nature tho wilucrneii ol a
whole continent and tr.oi-ioiincd it Into
a nur-cry of a eivili.ation ; a people,
which knew how to inlti'de In the bonds
ot folf-inaili! I.twi, and yet In full liberty,
the tnoit lieU'ioeneoii'j dementi of pot-
iiiaiion, illinium uini oieiiuiu iii' in in
peacelitl and harmonious activity ; a peo
pie which, iu this eim moru coim'n'a
tho than olil Ktiropc herself, resuscitated
on the coll of a new country thoce
original lorni of the old Her
manic elf-government, w hluh In
the conrec ol centime' were
lo-t hi Germany and crippled even
In Hngland applause : a pcojile whoe
achievements in thu solution of political
and 'octal proDlnm aro all the more
gmnd and striking, as the measure, of its
liberties U determlntd only by the self
control of the mas-es J a people which In
the days of national danger, for the In
tcirrlt v of the republic and for tho Idea ol
human freedom poured lorlh tho blood of
lis sons anil its naru-carneii trea-ures in
never cndltiL' streams voluntarily with
that inexhaustible spirit of sclt-saoritlce,
which only true patriotism knows ; np-
W.1U.-C : a nconio iieriiaos unedtiaueu, cer
tainly never surpassed In that grand puln
ncstnrii which tree iv tavis ues tmcou iumi
.millions ol private Avealth. with noblo
mutiinccncc oiiereu py simple citizens lor
tin service of education, charity, art and
science applause ; a people, which with
you feels the heartbeat ot the stromrTeu-
toulc blood, and In which the healthy sap
of the old common trunk in the fresh nnd
free air of a nrfw. world runs Into flowers
ami fruit or thought und action, whlcl
may make the German no lew than the
American jiuiiyprotnl. Applause.
HUMORS OF THE JURY.
tlif ilcoolii'r Tnrllo
lFrim thcXew York Times.)
The apartments occupied by the Jury
appeared to be two rooms, a largo and a
small one. The former was turnlihed
with a round table, numerous arm
chairs, and a water-cooler. Three Ink
stands stood hi u row on the window III.
All the Jurors were hi their shirt-sleeves
except Wholan; who, however, soon re
moved his coat. All were provided with
fans, and what appeared to bo a newsia
per stuck out of Mr. McMurn's hip
pocket. Tliev seemed to be very uncon
cerned, citting around hi careless alti
tude?, or walking languidly about tho
ro-jin. A night of sleeplessness and an
attack of colic at 0 o'clock, had had a
narked cllect on Mr. Carpenter, lie
was pale, and looked to have grown
ten years older. A slgnlllcanl fact was
that the jurors were apparently divided
Into two groups, and no matter how of
ten the individual member of each group
changed their positions tho two groups
remained essentially undisturbed. One
group seated themselves near the open
windows. This coiiiNted ol Foreman
Carpenter' mid Messrs. Kilter, Thycr,
Taylor and Hull. Most ol these aro
known to be 1 Seedier men. Tlie other
group was concentrated around llio ta
ble In llio centre of the room. They
wero -Messrs. .lell'rcy, Hidstead, Case,
Klate, Davis, Whclan and McMurn, tho
majority ol whom arc .supposed to bo iu
ravorof Mr. Tllton. The entire twelve
appeared lo he on excellent terms, and
there did not seem to bo any dispute
among llieni. They looked, on the con
trary, to bo telling tunny stories to each
other, If tho frequent smiles thai Irradi
ated their countenances were any crite
rion. Mr. Carpenter was no
ticed to look frequently at Ids watch.
Alter dinner an unusual commotion
was observed there. Thero seemed to
ho a general gathering around the ta
ble, nnd addresses wero apparently made
by Messrs. Carpenter, Hull and .Icllrey.
Suddenly, at 'J :03, the meeting appeared
to break up. and tho jurors wero seen to
scatter in all directions, and grab up their
coats, hats and umbrellas, is'ot a word
was spoken, but front every sldo street iu
tho neighborhood an excited throtig
rushed with excited speed In the direc
tion of tlie court-house entrance. Up the
Iron clalrs they sprang three at a time,
and along the corridors they run yelling
llkuliyenas. Tliepolicn were overborne,
and lor some minutes thrco struggling
streams passed hi without hindrance
through the court and nntc-room doors.
Then tho police rallied, and by main
force drove the remainder of the throng
back. Kor a lew moments thorn was In
tense excitement, followed by cries ot
".Sold!" It was subsenucntlv ascertained
that tho sun having become dlsagrccablo
on tho Livingston street side, tholiiry ob
tained permission to take up their quar
ters hi their old room.
jbTU is said that Ilrlstow, tho reform
er, Is weakening. Ho begun his investiga
tion of the Chicago custom-house Job
with a nourish ot trumpets, hut the In
vestigation seems to have come to a sud
den stop, nnd It Is hinted that the mys
terious $r0,000 cheek,, from the Uiicua
Vista stone quarry man, Involves somo
of Grant's personal friends, nnd that this
fact accounts for Hrlstow's sudden cessa
tion ot investigating hostilities, Ho
don't want to displease, his master.
A CALAMITY IN ICELAND.
Orvitf Umlriirlliin of Lift, nml I'lop.
About six weeks asro. there was n heavy
mln ol nshes and cinders aloiurtho norlh-
cm coast ol Xorway, coverlnar thogroimil
several Indies ticep. mvciigaiion re-
inilfil t tin Tiinf tlmt tfuu. atrntirri materials
coming from a northwesterly direction
like immense clouds through the air, were
ol volcanic origin. It was atonce thought
that Micro must nave ueen an eruption ot
Mont llccla, In Iceland. A steamer .vas
llspntcneu ironi uopenuagen. nun uiai
vceccl nns returned ironi itciuaiviK, witu
news of mi iinpatalleletl disaster. It
tww that the outhrtnk began on ChrM-
ntas, and has continued ever since with
scarce any Interruption. For seven
weeks beforu(.'hrlitmatttlie Inhabitants
were tcrrillcd by subterranean noises like
thunder, which extended ihrough nearly
two-thirds of the Island. Karly in .lantt-
iry followcucartlKinaitesin nil illrectioni!,
audatlastaii old extlmb volcitio near
Viitnivskuu OPeueil. and lor four weeks
continued to elect immense quantities of
liquid lire, lava, aslics and a inuuiiy tunu
mass at boiling heat. The villnc "lid
some smaller hamlets and farms within a
radius of twenty miles were destroyed.
ind over a tliou'ttmi people tuui loiieeior
Alter lour weeks this volcano i-e.Ted.
hut a that moiuetit niiotlier extinct vol-
eano, nearly a hundred miles a.ay, near
.Myvatu, sent us uurnmg mass upon tne
peaceful habitittlons around. This erup
tion la-iieu lor several wees, tuu viuago
ot ilyvatu Ijecatne a prey lo the llery ele-
ineill, ami tlie wnoic couiury ior more
than Illtv miles around wn.s tlcvastaled.
.More than 60J of the people aro reported
as having been rendered honicle-s.
Karl v Iu March there scciaetl to bo a gen
eral upheaval of thu earth in the whole
central portion oi tne isiuuu; new
mounds, as it were, ro-e to the siirlacc.
some to a height of several hundred fort,
and over a thousand feet In diameter at
tho base, amid tremendous shocks of
thundering beneath. They split open at
tho tot) and vomited lorlh their burning
contents upon tho surCice around them,
covering a iii-tanco oi aw nines.
Ten thousand people arc said
to have lot nearly all their possessions.
and tho remainder, who live nearer to
and along the coa-ts, some forty thou
sand In number, are ineimeives too poor
to support such a vast number of needy
people. Several hundred pereons are
al-o reported to navo perisueu. J no
world renowned Geysers have dried up
since the terrible eruption began, and In
stead ol water, the mysterious funnels
emit Immense quantities of smoke and
nshes which during the night, ri-ing sev
eral thousand feet Into the air appear
like gigantic columns of Uamclcss lire,
vlciblo for hundreds ot miles. It Is said
that no historic record of any volcanic
eruption anywhere In. tho world com
pares with tills, cither In territory over
which it extends, tlie number of tiewly
opend craters, or the time of its duration.
Hie Copenhagen government has issued
an appeal for aid to the jutrercrs.
VVcmlell lMitlllpi h tin- Xntionnl
New VorV HeraM.
Kor the common run of sensible people
there Is reassurance and - comfort In tlie
fact that Wendell Phillips is lu favor of
General Grant and plenty of pajier
money, tnero win come up irom time to
tiini! In tho public consciousness doubts
ot the wisdom, propricty,genero.slty,jus-
tico ot any course tai;en. However you
go in tne woous you win nave misgivings
till you come to the opening, where vou
get a glimpse of some lamilar evideiico
that you aro right somo hill or mill or
steeple or till you hear the ugly snarl
of- a well known cur or
tho sound of the cracked
bell on the factory. Thu people would
remember the sentiment they had to
ward Grant when ho was Identlllcd with
our best hopes hi tho war, and tliev
might say ho waseutltled to more consid
eration than to bo cast aide, even out of
deference to a sacred tradition of tho Re
public. Thero would nlsn be occasions
when, despite ot political economy and
the hard experience of every age ot the
world, people would jpcculato as to
whether or no It was fully wise to ne
glect these paper money dreamers, as to
hether or no they wero not liko some
othci dreamers Columbus or Uo
(lama and whether a sail with them
might not have led us to new worlds In
finance. Jlut then l'hllllps comes out
for Grant and iliper money tho reassur
ance that wo ar tight In rejecting both
Is as thorough ai would be tho sound of
the cracked lUctiry hell as an indicatorol
our whcroabouthi tho woods. JMiilllps
N a positive quail lty iu our politics, lie
represents the pd-slble political lunacy of
tlie American people, and ho takes a
prldo In giving to this possible lunacy its
extremest iitterait e. J lo is therefore one
or the safest guides the people have, so
long as they al wajs understand that ids
way madness les, and that the
courco to take Is llt'i one most opposite
to what lie urge.
KIT DuriiiK the o;i(oiiili: or Intermit
tents in llio West llilt xcafon. tho whole
Itnuiunso otock ol Ayr Ague Cure be
camu exhausted, ami too producing power
ot til- laboratory wasttiiucl inadequato to
meet tlio (leinaml. Maty who know Its ex
traordinary virtues for to enroot chills uml
fver, paid exorbitant pryca Ux It. This
uguo cuie Is said. Iiy thoV wlit) use It, to
never lull, header, If yok must nuvo med
ical aid, taki the bent of Imedlcliio, l'oor
remedies aro dear, as gocd nro cheap, ni
any prlco you bavo to piy for tlicm.
133" In this ace of skepticism, fads aro
required to lu-iilro eonlhteiiia In thu minds
of the people ; but, with kokI undorfcrs,
tlioy nro willing to test any rtk!o dalmtng
extraordinary merit. The jroprletors or
Hall's Veirctablo Sicilian llafr itcnewcr ol
lor tho following Indoriciiicut of llio merit
claimed by them rortlielr tirtinrntion, In
itio iqtUlmrg, l'a., "ClirUtlao Advociio ;'
viz "Tho public Inn so otteu I ecu de
ceived by tho uso of wortlilfss preparations
lor the bulr, Hint an u tlclo of this kind, to
gain their favor und secure taelr patron
ugc, must possess real merit. Wo aro Rlad
to assure our readers that Hall's VeRoUhle
Sicilian Hair itcnewcr U nuetlug with tho
success which its merits bo lustly ducrvo ;
and wo have reliable evldcuio that It will
perform nil that Is claimed lor It, Iu restor
ing gray hair to Its natural eilnr, nnd, as a
permanent dressing, limmupiiMcd,"
PROTECT YOUR BUILDINGS 1
Z.ansloy'8 Patent Slat faint.
Foil Siiisci.i:, Tin, Ihom asuGhvi:l Uoors.
This Ii a Fire ami Water-Proof Taint, a-
licclally ilesliineil for Klilnde rmU, Anolil
roof.Sifate-riilntcil, will outlnst u new one tin
iiatlitt.il, ami n new root Mill last lliree time as
An a matter of economy n
rooi nuns paiui more man uny inner jinn or H
hullillne. Price, so rrnU iter icallou. .Sciul for
paimnilet AKPlits wnnieii
1 WILLIS & JACKSON.
. (ieu'l A cent.
W WaililiiBiun ?t , Clilcnyo.
JULY 1, 1875.
Clough 8c Warren Organ Co.'s
Lto SIMMONS & CLOUGH ORGAN CO.,)
rnrto ti.iti mi; NrnLY lsvuNri.n
SCRIBNER'S PATENT QUALIFYING TUBES,
An invention havl isamoU InijHirtnnt bearing on the fiitme reputation of Itwl tnuramontt, )y
)f.nt of which ihc miantlly or volume of toi.e U Mry largely
increased, aril the inalitv ottunercnilire.
h lo U ci in: hi h
Our eelebratel "Vox Celeste," "Vv lluinaim." 'MVltroK ratent," "Octae Coupler," tlie
cliarmliiif "Cello" or "Clarionet" Slops,
lola Mticrla' ' anil
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Can lw olitamcil only In tlicie Orean.
Fifty Different Stylos,
i; or mo jf arior auu too vjuurcu,
Tho Best Material and Workmanship,
Quality and Voluuio of Tono Unequalled.
rmczs, $so to qoo.
(Established in 1850.) Agents Wanted in F.vory County.
Address CLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
ILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
nKSIDHXCni .Vo. 21 TlihUcnth street, lie
twrcu Washlnston avenue anil Walnut street.
omCKtXorth side of UlRlilh street be
tween Coiimierclal ami Washington avenue.
W. DUNNINO, M. V,
UKSlDKN'tK. Corner Mnlli ami Walnut
01TICK: Corner SlMh street mill Ohio Icvre.
OlTlCi: IIOUKS: rromSn.m. liiu., and
from 'J to s p in.
QR. W. JII.AUW,
OKt'lCi:; lliitlrr'd lltock. (un-lntr). comer
t;islith ttitttnii'l Wuiliinstou avenue.
JOHN H. MTJIiKnY.
Attorney at liitiv.
Ol'FICKi Ufghth Street, between Commer
cial ami NVusliluKlon uvciium,
CJAMUEI. P. WnEELKR,
Attorney at I.tnv.
Ol'KlCK: Ohio lver, oier room formerly
occupied liy t'lr.t Nallomil Hank,
Q.REEN & GILBERT,
Attorneys ami Counselors
OFFICII! Ohio Ixvec, roonu 7 iui'1 8
City National ItauU,
Ollbeit, ) CAIUO ILLINOIS.
Miles Freel'k. Ullkcrt.
C3.Slcial attention Riven to Admiralty and
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
j. a. ixxtuxjiei,
BINDER. AND BLANK BOOK
;ulletln Buildlntr, Corner Twelfth Street
and Washington Avenue,
tTCountT nd lUllmnd 'ork a ereclfilty,
Drp o! lis Im Cipuilj,
"Ucm Horn," "Crvinona," "Vox Angelet,"
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
West aiilo Commercial Avenue, between
Ulirhth ana Ninth Btreoti,
(.Vent iloor In .1 lIunrcrN dry gomU ntore.)
A full line of llic latest ami ino-t fashionable
HATS AND BONNETS
nhviusoii liaml. Alorvi variety of
Ribbons Lnccs and Trimmings,
from tlie cheave-t lo Hie mot eotly. Inlies
will 11ml any ami ever thlus hi her tlore foru
roiuiilctcftieet, Inill or paity outllt.
I'riec to coilijietc with any In thi West.
B3-Alu uitetit tortile llomu .sewing Machine.
Wholesale, Retail and
Wtloox'H 33 loo It,
Cornur rotitav ami Klcvonth Street.
roSfHighost Cash Prioo paid for
noes and Cattlo.
NORTH SIDF, OF MOUTH STJtKET
Between Washington and Commercial
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Betwoou Washington and Commercial
Avenues, adjoining Hanny's.
RKKPS for Rate tho best Beef, I'rk, Mutton
Veal, Lamb. Sausase, Ao,. and Is pre
irrl to perve families in an awe name inpiinn
R. W. MILLXK,
FLOUR, MKAL, GRAIN HAY,
AID btAUR IN
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Uadar City NatloaaJ. Baak.
IWIU. wll in rar-loail lots at tDinnfucturf r
prices ;i(llng r'rttiM.
JOHN B. PHUXIS
(Siiccmon to .T6hn a.?rtiUlll '
Anil Dntlcrt in
HAY, ORM.OATB, TC.OV2T,
VEAL, BKA1T, etc.
Ageau for LATUM ftRAKD FOWDKX CO
:Coraer Taatk Strat aad Okie
Z. I). MatliUM.
MATHUSS to UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
04 O llio Xiovee.
K. J. Ayrea.
S. 1). Ayre.
ATRES fc CO.,
M. W. CAItKI.K.
W V. AXLV.Y.
J. II. WtLP-
PARKER, AXLEY & WILD,
(uereora to I'arker A AMey,)
Hay. Corn. Oats. Flour and Coun'
try Produce Generally
100 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILL.
VTA T. IMIIKKII.
M. II, CCNN1NCUAV.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM.
(iuccessora to .Miller A farter,)
Ami Outers in
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
DlomoLu.. UWKO, ILLINOIS.
Jt-Wulune lcaeol the' Larue Yellow Ware
house, Htomsre capacity 3, "On loni, which gives
us iiiuplc Cicilllln forstoriiiR unJ stilnplnir
C. N. HUGHES,
0Tr XathoM VM'I.
XTO.Vfc! but Flriit-Cia Coniiuul repre
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND C ANDES,
13 OHIO LEVEE,
City Vatioul Bask BaUoiaf, ss-staln.
The Oldeat BsUbllshsd Asenoy la Iwti
em Illinois, rprsBUa ovw
165 000 000.
Tow-Boat For Sale
TtirH Riilwuvtbsr offer for sale' tbe
with eiwUes, luaclitaery , Ules, swsrsl aad
fumitun) as she now lies at Cairo, Ills. .
Her length is Ul feet, her breadUi M ft, tm
Jeiith5wtand luewumi J7 tons. h Mf if
boilers 'U feet long and a luches itliiwitsr. W
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modern bniroTnMtt,snd u ta.
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naTlKsllua. For terms swiyM TiTU-.
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