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W, L, BRISTOL,
Roopfl ovorything pertaining to
tho lino of Stnplo nnd Fnnoy Oro-
OOriOfl. Woodenwnrn. Vnorttnhlnu
.Fruits, &o., &o.
Try My Now Style Mixed
DiiToront Combination From any
Boforo Oilored in tho Market,
nnd of Excellent Flavor.
Sweet and Rlcli
Central Hop Yeast
Attain Tills Sum in i-r.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
ST. JOHN'S and
Ordora for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
BaSTTo largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to Bupply any quantity, by tho
aionth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
L,-liiillIilay llro 'aomee, No 70 Ohio J.cvco.
S.J-AI tli Co
uro.'n wuan nom
tlun Mills, ur
Coul Dump, lu.it of Tlilrty-KIulit
KJ-I'oitOIBc Drawer. M.
Kctall Dealer In
Importod from Now York City,
No. 178 Washington Ave.
Corner Klevonth St.,
VSvorprosont "Rest for tho Weary."
MuttU'iwd, Pillow mill lloUttts l
G. W HICK'S
.. Corner (if Nlucteenlh ami Poplar
inil.tr Mm-U. I k?
uuf n 1 1 io Ni'w Yink Minn nnil l.'nl. Tuvlnr's ol'-
II.', Hi Inllnwu. Kxcrmnr uml Shuck Slat-In-HM'S.
full l.e, cotton top, $" tecoml i.e,
col ion top, 3 Koiu plain Shuck Mullrinnti, $.1
iiiil ''! Lounite, Slnule, mill t'llli MiillrcriH'tf at
mhiTH prk'i'.i lo hiiit the haul tinier . Tcnim
lrlclly iwli. lll?lii")t cash price iil for corn
Hiiickii, nun men in iiiv laclury.
Private Praiorlptlon Book,
lflkb.lH..i..i n....... ..t.....
luourLliU. 1'nurih, Ci.d.uuii iluu. 1 11. t,
I....... ...yiN.-rir, iiiuuhvU'. purwiil
Kill, XJIfcUltlo kin! Ukln lll.ru.'. I.lv
L blllly and kih.u.ilou, Iiupoton-
CT. III, miklurt act ll dl.,.Vt.., ,.
CBl'l fruia Siooum 11,4 luiirudent
DlTrahtta. ! tint. Ikonvr
,11. 7.7 i , iiuncrTouim
S-SME I? MDuiif 30 ccnu f..r n.e J-rivn
uthnda of TroAtniAnt r.
nicruui uii titan
wTtal llu. BddnM
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholffale nil. I lutall Kmlfru In
'Foreign and Domestic
M IM N OF AIM KINIIN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKSSItf. SMYTH A :o. Iwvo anlly
a tariff Block of thf IimI ciwlt In the tnar-
Li t, liml KlveeMMillill ultmtlon toll.' wltolinlw
ranch ill' tin- luiliit'rt
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
WIioIcajIh uml lUUll Dialer In
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo tind Kunkukcc, III.
At Itulen Sc Wilson', Corner Twttlfth 8t
and Ohio Loven.
I will nin an Iw won throughout the
teaf'iii, ililhirliik, pun) lake Ire in any
art of tin- city at tin- lowijl markit pric, ami
Mill iiUolunii'li inv friin'li oulJl.lt tlicrllv with
fHiythc cakvor car loail, uckei in Knvlust
or nfiiiiini'iil to nnv ilhlaiux.
Corrior Uieli-tlx Street,
WB, WETZEL. Proprietor.
AUtlNTY vr.tcl. kept nllit nrM ilay for
Iralim ami ftniuii--.!. . '
The taut of uTDliiliHHliilIoni
Klliil ut Two Dollar wrilav.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENTS AMERICAN TOWDER CO.
57 Ohio Lovoo.
II A TIikIik
I, I) ThoniS.
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Snrri'Mim to II M lliilcii,)
Ami dealers In
STAPLE AND FA NCY
Forelirn anil Domestic Fruits and Nuts
181 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 70 OHIO LEVEE.
Ql'KCIAI-ulluutliin k'M'II tocoitslsnmiruts ami
kJ muni: oriicin.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Papor, Window Glass, Win
aOW OUUUUH, Oil!,
Alwavs on Imiiil. tlie cililiraU-U lllimun.Hliig
Cornor Eleventh Streot and WaehluK
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
O. C HUBIiS,
BINDER AND IHjANK BOOK
lulletln Building, Corner Twolrth Street
and WaahlnKton Avenuo,
CffoimtT ml lUllroAil Woik u iclully.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY,
THROUGH MOUND CITY
A Itenllv JimmI Artlt or Amine by
'nie. I'ullrr. W Wrr' IM'Mio.
Tut tn IHHI. n llrlrk INimcroy In
IMIll, n Jr-ciiliiclT iiikI Mfitro.
Iiliobliiint In I HUH, it MIoi'i-KfiniKir
mill AnlMlriM-iiliitrlo-r III IH7I. mill
In 1ST.-, ii flillfiHliiT of nrriiil
Itmlli'iil I'olltlrliuiN, Ac, c.
From tlic MoiiiiJ City fuiirnnl
iion. John ii. oiii'.m.v a woitn or him
'i in: kind or HKMocii.tr hi: has iikkn
Obcrly's brotlier-ln-law, who says liu
Knows obcrly'a n;coil as well a Oborly
lilMiwlCahosay.-jtliatlii 1WJ Oborly kivlt
imI lilscoiiiio(.i)ii ultlialciii(K'i';itii; news
Iiajitr in Ohio bfcaii'o lie could not fiiji
jort rank a optierlicrnl lor 'rchluiit
a.s Ocn. .McCIullaii, thouli McClcIlau at
that 1 1 1 1 1 i was tbotiht to bu a tolunibly
xood Union jrcncral. '1'liat was th kind
ol iJcniocrat O burly was in 1WJ1.
In l&O'J ho was udltin a Ouinouratic
nW(-iiaii;r in Cairo, and thtn he out-ho
rock'd Ilfrod and HrJek I'omcroy In de
nouncing negroes and ncio mua!iirM.
in 1 1 u Ml i Onion lieiuovraU, ukpevially
tho-e who had seen wrvlec in the army,
and in fiil-oiinj adoration ol' tliore wiio
liad worn the ray in beli.ilf of the lot
eatie. '1'iit n he thought tho-e wlio liad
worn the blue feliould be allowed In the
I'ciuocratiu party on probation onlv, anil
that men ol Col. Cwlix' record should be
kept In the rear. 'J 'he war Democrat
were repelled by his paper, and until
newsp.ipeM and men ol the political laitli
and character of the Journal had suc
ceeded in thoroughly neutralizing
the iulluenco ot men and newpa
pcr ot the character of Oberlv.the Dem
ocratic party gained no mccKs in thU
end of lllliioN. Hut vlctorv being once
obtained in Fplte of Obcrlv and his class,
then Mr. O., as N cliaracteritic of Ids
lickle and unreliable nature, undertook to
redeem hiin-elf by taking a progres.lve
xtcp away beyond the advanced portion
of the Democnicy. .-o far beyond, in tact,
that the mun astute politician could not
have told him tromaltadieal Itcpitbliean,
bad he not labeled himself Democrat,
lie would lie sati.lled with nobody for
rre.-ideiit who wa not posseted of
negrophobln, like Chase. lie mk1
denly di-covercd that the million!
of blacks in tho South wens lit for
voter., and urged their enlranchUeineut.
That intelligence and education are Dec
enary to make a voting population wife
isadNeoverj he has inane since. He
wanted equal privileges for the blacks
under the law, and that soon beinglorth
eotuing, he wanted superior privileges for
iiiein wiille maintalnin-' their di.'tinctive
itui wiiiic iiiaiiit.niiln-' their dl.'tinctivu-;i-
a r.tec-, though bcllcvlii,' "aliont
on" by aiiialifiuaatloii the bot soltitloii
ol the negro proMem uml ilo.lmlili
riioiiuli the school law lmvc the tiiueki.
tlic Mime privileges the white enjoyed.
ne iicuiauucii uicnor stieelal legMatlou
Slrtl!PV.!u!,,A1.xl11" ix-'naltles to violations
ot tlie law wuen ,.1,11.1 .
ested that were not provided in behalf of
wmic cninircn, fo tnai wnue
white children inl'dit be exclu
ded from the i-chools, blacks
could not be except under the heaviest
Pennine, in asjieecn nerciaH i aii, n
lie advocated auyihingit was absorption
of the black race by the whites, endeav
oring to i-howby historical examples that
was tlie ne.st cour-e to tiumtie. and tliat
doubtless it would be carried into practi
cal effect in tin country. Ho admitted
that he was in advance of public -cnti-
inent, but cited the unanticipated pro
gress already made In the relative posi
tion ot the race, to deter people trout
ironoiinciiig Ills idea chimerical. Like
ili 'uddeii conversion to and advocacv of
nero jsiitimge when the Itrpubllcan
arty was denying belli;; In favor of it,
at i'all lie took another lean ahead ol
the licpuhlicau parly, joining tho pio
neer. again Ihe micegeiiationisl liar-li-on,
Wendell I'hillips and tlie lew
others like them.
In 1M5S Oberly wa in favor of irreen-
back curreney, and paying tho bonds in
.'leeniiacK., and o ppoeu to contraction
of the currency. In 1S7I he was tlie tool
of National bankers and tlie bondholder.,
and was loud in the defense of the ruin
ous contraction of tlie currency and the
voluntary and unnecessary acts ot Con
"iv. iiiaUlnir tlie bonds payable in irold
alter they had louud market ant! sale.
hi 1S7.' be I whitcwashlm: lladical
politicians notoriously corrupt, excusing
them, apologizing for them and calling
tiicui puie and wnito wncn tueir pocueta
are distended witn ill-gotten weaitu,
when their practices as politician? and
olllce holders would consign them to in
famy il shown up. He not ouly abstains
lroin attempting to realize for the Demo
cratic party the legitimate fruit
of legislative Investigation, the
developments of which alone
are sulllcient to sink the party in power
in this Statu Into ignominious oblivion,
but by palavering and vouching for the
high olilcials and leading politicians di
rectly and justly damaged by iuvcstlga
tiou.'eudeavois'to neutralize the ell'cct of
tlie investigations, and deprive tlie com
monwealth ol tliu happy results ol much
needed reform, as well as deprive the,
Democratic party ot thosiicccsa it merits.
Such I tho record of .Mr. Ohcrly. Is
he a Democrat? Or is ho attempting to
serve tlie Republican caue, uuder the
pivteii'e ot being u Democrat i It con
scientious, his erratic, unaccountable
course denotes that a very largo balance
wheel Is lackiutr In his mental orcanlza.
tiou, and ho should be put in a straight
jacket ami cioeiy wiiieiicd by ins Demo
cratlc friend, it liu has any.
llliii'KriisH for foul nil Illinois.
The sample of Kentucky buloin'nsssent
to you lroin this place on the 15th
instant grew In tho door-yard of Mr
John Buckles a prominent stock raise;
and dealer ot this county, it measures
four and a hall feet in height, ami is very
tmcK on tue grouuii. mi: iiiiukics lias
1,000 acres of it, ami llnds it a very piolit
ulilo crop one that he thinks our larin
ers iierleet entirely too much, liu thinks
that It does fully as well hero as it does
in tho famous bluegrass region of Ken
tucky. Says ho has been In llfteen
Stales, and has never scon
iiiivlhlnir In tho way of
pasture trrass to coital Ihu bluejrrass in
Central Illinois, Thinks our farmers
would do well to plant largely of it. He
llmls It particularly good lor late pas
tuiaire. Mr. Buckles was the llrst white
child born In I.ogau county, ond has
spent the lllty-threti years of Ids llle hero
lias always been extensively In the stock
business, and ha expresses the opinion
that our county, lor nirrlcnltiiral nur
noses, is canal to any In the United States
lie Is a man of liiriro experience in farm
lug matter, and Ids opinion Is worthy ot
attention. VoirtymKltnce I'nune tar-ma'.
The IMun of Trm porn ry Neiiurnllitii
Ailileil ly it Uooriclii iiiiple.
Atlanta (tin.) CniMtjiullon, .luni'.Ti.)
Some niontlis ago a young mnii and bli
wile reached Atlanta lroin tliclr IioiiipIii
Maryland, Intending to cast their lot
among our people. .Not succeeding In
tlnding employment the husband made
'1' ;l to Iry Ins fortune In the
iilack Hills, and so told his wile. She
objected most strenuously, with tears and
amentatlon. and begged him to de.-lst,
hut be argued the can. S(, earnestly to her
that she dually yielded to his plan.
Alter It was settled that the parting
should bu bad, it was agreed that the
stipulations should be reduced to writing.
An attorney ot this cltv was accordingly
visited and tlie singular document drawn
up. It was made as n mutual bond be
tween them to keep before each Ihelr re
spective duties. 'I lie terms we synopsis
1. He Is to be absent .not more than
two years, whether good or llbfortuue
betide him, unles by unavoidable wiu.-es.
2. The wife Is to return to her home in
.Maryland and maintain lir-rscdf from the
proceeds ot her own services to her 1am
ily and the rents of u piece of property
belonging to her husband.
!!. Tlie property of the liub:iiul is con
veyed to the wife, in a separate deed of
gitt, and In case of death to rt vert to the
husband ; in event of hi death before his
return, to be subjeit to her diiosal.
I. Should their separation exceed the
tliue of the statutory laws of tlie State
where each may be living wlureiu an ui
plicitiou for divorce on account of
desertion or failure to support may bo
made, neither is to take advantage ol the
". He, if successful, to remit to his wife
all the money over and above his need,
at Mated Interval; to keep upas regular
correspondence as tho malls will allow,
and return at the earliest pu-slble time
upon theiuiperatlvi'suinmonsol his wife,
she also to go to nini under similar clr
cuiuMance.' The agreement was signed in tripli
cate and duly ltue-ed. K.ich of the
parties took a copy, and the original re
mains In the hand ot their attorney as
its custodian. On Wedm-day, ail their
matters being arranged, the liiisband di
vided their little stock of nionev, giving
his wife one-half. He alo purchased a
ticket for her to ISaltlmore, and she It'll
for her home. The parting between tlie
couple was ol a very distres-lng charac
ter. He left on Thursday for Sioux City,
liopinir from there to roach tho Mack
The literary thieves are at It airain.
and this time Nora Perry, the charming
juiouu i-iianu poetess, is the victim.
Having attempted to carry oil' "Xotlilnir
to Wear," "Jtoek ile to Sleep. Mother,"
anil "Uctsy nnd I Arc Out," without suc-cc-s.
thev nave now pounced upon Miss
Perry's "After the flail," a poem which
wit- ..i..t.i tI)e Atlantic Monthly some
time, agaaud has iK-co.m. m.D ..,,.,,i.,
l'lic thlct In thl-, iiit.-ince i A
known Hooker. Tim South Ueud f ln.1.1
showed that tfie'liuin w"as"n Itu'uibii''.
Miss 1'crry herself, In a letter to the pub
lishers, completely ileinollOies the would
Ihj thief, bliesavs:
"The llr.it four verses I wrote oil finite
rapidly as a little picture. These verses
scut to a trieiiii, an eminent literary
man, asking it lie tlionzat them worth
anything. He returned' answer at once
mat ne iikcu mem exceedingly, nut sug
gested that I .should add more verses,
elaborate the picture Into a longer poem,
introducing a vivid dream o! tlie Inir
leepers. I have part ot this letter now
referring to this elaboration. I immedi
ately caught at the Idea and workeil it
out." My friend's letter of congratulation
on its completion contains also some spe
cial rclorenees. And another curious tact
onnected with tliU poem Is that Mr.
I'eonro. Sumner. Charles Sumiieias
brother, who introduced the poem
n manuscript to tlie editors ol
the Atlantic, wrote to my after its accept
ance that, at Mr. Longfellow's sugges
tion, he hail ventured to alter one word.
And thl wortl makes another of tint eu-
rlously-coinpleti! links in the chain of
construction. They are, so to speak, tlie
iiirtn-marKS ot ine poem, i will snow
you Mr. Sumner's; letter, and also that to
which I have previously referred as stig-
esting tho dream, when I come down
Miss Perry's friends will congratulate
icr upon her success in retaining her
iretty little poem safe from the greedy
land of tills Hoo-ier thief.
The Itontl l Health.
Cleanse the stomach, bowels and blood
from all the acrid, corrupt and otlenslve
accumulations which produce functional
derangement, and you remove the cause
of mot diseases which alllict the human
lanilly, and thus save largo doctors' bill.
l liu most ellectual and reliable remedy
for this purpose is found In Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant 1'iirgntivu Pellets, No cheap
wood or paper boxes, but kept Ircsli anil
rename in viais.
Mini livers, those liiiliilirliiir in ease
iiul pleasure, ami thoo of sedentary
habits, can prevent Boil, Carbuncles,
Oout, Jled Skin, Kruptions, Pimples,
Constipation, Piles, Drowsiness, Bill-
lousncss, and other conditions Induced
iv such habits, by taking lroin four to
fx of Dr. Pierce's Puiiratlve Pellets onco
a week, or, better still, one or two each
nignt. rney aro sold ny owners in ined
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Game and all kinds ot tresh
Fruit and Vegetables.
Eighth Street, Carro, 111.
Qnnl'iK fur Hti-iimlioiits piompily illlcil tit
imy lioiir, tiny or nlKlit. "3,tl
Thirty-Third Annual Session
Begins Sept. 20th.
For Circulars Aililrcai
Dr. SeLaakle Mlllor, 028 Wabash Avo.
JULY 14 1875.
Clough 8c Warren Organ Co.'s
(Lato SIMMONS & CLOUGI1 ORGAN CO.,)
UTTKll WITH TUB
An Invention ti.w In;; a most iiiiportant lif.irlnK on
iinnns of n Inch tliiiiuntlty or
inciitisii, uimi intMu.uiiY ni loneii'iiiifmi
i U cl llis hi h Orp of ihe Im Cipisilj.
. Our CflclmiUil "Vox t'tle.te," "Vox l!uinan," "Wilcox Patent," "Octavo Coupler,";
cliarmlne "Ctllo" or "Cl.irlontt" .Stops, "Uvmt Horn," "Cninomi," "Vox Angi-let,'
Violu Kthfrln" ami
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Can be obtained only In then- OrguiH
Xt.ft.v nilTn.tnt Ctirlna
x or mo irarior anu mo unurcu,
Tho Bost Matoriul and Workmanship,
Quality and Volumo of Tone Unequalled.
PniCES, $QO TO ooo.
Faciorr and Warerosas, Cor. Cih and limm St: DETROIT, MICHIGAN.
(stabli8hcd in 1850.) Agonts wanted in l-ivory uouniy.
Address CXOUcrxx a. widqv nwrtAiw oo., n:i.
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
1EO H LEACH, M. D.,
Dr. I.iclili.is hail a largu eifrliice In Hie
pinctlcuof.Miilli'liieiuul Suri;ery. ll-.Htl.il at-
teutliin lialil to tlie lliinni'0i.illili! trealiuent of
Sursii-al illtti.i-.is, nii'1 tllseiii-os of wmneii ami
K3-0rKK i: Corner Coiimi rial Avenuo ami
Niillll street. ll-7-l-tl
ILI.IAM R. SMITH, SI. D.
IlKSIDKXCi:: No. 21 Tlihtecntli street, be
twwn WiuliIiiKluit avenue ami Valnut stnit.
OKriCU: North eMu of Klghlh ulretit he
twivii CommeicUl ami ViiililliKtou avenue.
W. DUNNING, M. D.
UKSlDUSCi:: Corner Ninth ami Walnut
OKKICK: Corner Sixth stnet ami Ohio U-ve.
Ol'KICi: HOUltS: ViomOa.m. Uiii.,aml
fioui 'i to a l in.
J-R. W. BLAUW,
OFKIUU: lluiler'it lllock, (iip-stuln) , corner
Klllhth stiift ami Washlncton inenue.
Attorney at Imw.
OKKICKl LlKhlh Street, Utwmi Coinmer.
clnl ami Washington aenmn.
t AMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney at Iiw.
OFKICKi Ohio U'vee, over looin fornuily
occujileil liy First National Hank,
QREEN & QILI1ERT,
AttoviioyN anil Counseloi-M
OFFICKt Ohio I.eee, rooms 7 ami 8
City National Hank,
iX" Uh,".,,1 CAIKO. ILLINOIS
' Mlleu Frwl'k. Ulllwrt J
KJ.SptH-lal attention given It) Atlinlralty uml
3tcaimoui uinimoo .
nrrtmr tin, iimiv mm or Heiimim n tiiKiiesn
H i MiuiIiikuI ami nil illsunle w lirouulii
nil hy luillscielions or vxcre. Any llrUK(ilt
Atl'lress, Ut K. im.TpNCO..
.2l-dAw-lV. Cincinnati, Ohio,
tin future ri'inUllnn of l!nil Iiiitrniiienlit, ly
volutiii' of toni' In t-ry I.UKfly
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
Veut ulclo Commercial Avenue, hutweou
ElKhtli and Ninth streets,
(Next ilitnr to .1 llinver'mhy pumN bIoiv.)
A lull IIiumii' tliu laltKtiinil mutt IHihliiiuilile
HATS AND BONNETS
always on hanil. Aluo tvury variety of
Ribbons Laces and Trimmings,
from the ohe.ipCHt to the most cosily. Lnillei
will Uml any ami eerylhliiK in her Moiu lorn
coiniilelt' rtivrt, hall or party outllt.
I'hobs tocoiupetu with any in the West,
jt-AIjo iiRent for tho lliuiicMwinif .Machine.
Wholesale, Retail and
-7ST iXOO X.'fM 33 lOO lK.,
Cornur fonlar ur.tl Elevonth Btreeta.
Cey-ITlglioHt Cosh Frico paid for
Hogs and Cuttlo. .
Hoitmswt: or kiohth sthee'i
Between Washington aud Oomoiurclal
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washlnirtorj wJ Oofflijerclal
Ttmuea, wflolaiaa- Kanny a.
tt toherve AkBiIlir In n "ClluUi Winner
It. W. MILLU,
FLOUR, MEAL, GEA.IF HAY,
AMD nKALKR IX
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Uader City IVatloMkl Bamk.
T WIM. 'ell In rar-lnoil lots at mtnufiictum
WIM, ffll In rar-lnoil 1
lirlcra, a'MIni; KrtljjLl,
JOHN B. PHIXLXS
(Siicrcacors to John It. I'MIIIr)
Ami Dnilors In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEA1, BBAK, etc.
Agenti for LAFLIN s RAND POWDER CO
ICoruor Tenth Streot and Oklo
. II Mall.iHi.
MATHUSS & UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
K. .1. Ay res.
S. 1). Ayrea.
AYRES & CO.,
SI XV. 1'AIIKKII. W. r. A.XLKY. J, II. WILD.
PARKER, AXLEY & WILD,
(uccfi.ors to I'.trker A Axley,)
Hay, Corn, Oats, Plour and Coun
try Froduco Gonorally
100 Commorcliil Avuiiue, CAIRO, II.1,.
UT.S r. P.UIhKll. n. II, i tlNXINUIIAU.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(uccesaora In Miller .1 Parker,)
Ami Dealers la
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
ill oino i.t.vi-i;.
SjWehave leasnl the Law Yellow Warn
hoiu, Btonikre rapacity 3,(ijo tmn, which Klyca
ih ample racilltle.1 liirslorliiK nuI eliliipitifr.
O. N. HUGHES,
Over MftUiuii & UM'i.
"VTONI'. hut Flrst-Cluii'a Coiiiianlcs repre
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, ur-iUlr.
Tho Olcltat Eatauliihed Airenoy In South
ora Illtuota. representing ovir
865 000 000.
BOX and BASKET CO
Allklmli tianl uml ton,)
FLOORING, BIDING. LATH, Ua
Mill u Tail,
3rner Thirty-Fourth ItrMt u4