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JXO. K. OBERLY, General M anagrr.
OFFICIAL PA1EB OF THE CITY AND COUNTY,
Oiily Morninff Daily iu Southern Illinois,
Thou. Nally, Editor.
TOR mrl TRKA.l'Rtn.
EDWARD L. CUONKKITE, of Jitepheii.on.
rOB iltpERISTENUlST OF KT1LIC IN.TRLCT10K,
BAML'EL M. ETTEK, of .McLrn.
TOM CLERK Of TUK .t'PHRME COI IIT, OCTHIRN GRAND
... . . mvt.ioH, ...
JACOB O. CHANCE, of Marlon.
FO tLEHK Of TIIE APPELLATE COIRT, iOtTHIBM
JOHN Q. IIAHMAN. of Alexander.
EIGHTEENTH CONGRESSIONAL DIS
J1U FOll A DEViX'HATIC PELEO ATECOSVES
TIOV TO NOMINATE A CANDIDATE FOK
The Democrats of the Eighteenth Con
gressional district of Illinois are requested
to Bend delegates to a convention to 1
held at Joneslwro, Union county, on Tues
day, 23d day of Juiy, lb
at 10 o'clock a.m., for the purpose
itf nominating a candidate for representa
tive in the Forty-sixth congress. Each
county of the district will be entitled to
tlie number of delegates to, and votes in
tlie convention set oppntite its name below,
i(&jniac7. . . .
Iu the counties that have not already ap
pointed delegates the Central committees
the Democratic party will, in such man
ner and at such time as they may deter
mine, call county conventions to appoint
delegates to this convention.
By order of the Democratic Central Com
mittee of the Eighteenth Congressional dis
trict. J so. H. Oueklt, Chairman.
A. Poi.k Jones. Secretary.
A Democratic convention will be held at
Joneslmro, IU., on Tuesday, the2!td day of
July, 1878. for the purpose of nominating
two candidates for Representatives in the
General Assembly for the Got h Senatorial
Basis of representation: One delegate for
each 200 votes and fraction over 100 votes
cast forTilden in HVi. The counties will
be entitled to delegates as follows:
W. H. MolllllS,
W. A. Lemma,
W. C. Mdhklanp,
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVEN
TION. A iu:iss convention of the Democratic
voters of Alexander County, Illinois, w ill
ha held at the Court house in Cairo, on
Saturday, July 20, 178, at 3 o'clock p. m.
for the purpose of selecting six delegates to
each the Congn-twioniil convention and
the convention called for nominating two
candidates tor Representatives in the General
Assembly, both of which convention, will
Ik- held at JoiieHbnro, nn Tuesday, July 211,
1H78. By order County Democratic Cen
Thomah W. H.m.i.ihay, Chairman.
"W. 11. Evans, of the l'rinceton, (ill.)
Democrat, is a candidate fur sheriff in his
The doubting Thomas- in doubt just
what to say or how to act J, R., tho law
yer; J. T., the client.
The Democrat of Alexander county
fthould not fail to attend the nmvt conven
tion of their party at tho Court-honso this
uflernoon at three o'clock.
The Ma you of Montreal proposes to tnako
test case at the trial of the two Orange
men arrested on the 12th, iu order to settle
the question of the right of the Orangemen
hmtt. TiATTV fi attio TUTTXETTX: SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 20; 1878.
Mr Schleiciikk, member ot Congress
from Texas, says Gen.Ord has received new
orders from tlie President to cross tlic Mcx-
ican frontier after raiders, and fight any
TuECldcjtgo Times hismunM that Sena
tor Withers hns un interested motive in
trying to induce young md enterprising men
to eniigTiite to Virginia. IJ hns ten nn
The Sun after a great deal of sriggling
lias put itself on record, und denies that
Capt. Thomas, as a lawyer, collected money
for a client, used that money for his own
purposes and refused to pay it until he be
came a candidate for office, and then only
under a threat of exposure. Just stick a
Gov. Cvixom has declined to exercise the
iliscretion conferred upon him by the general
assembly, at its last session, of submit t'-ig
to a vote of 'the people the additional ap
propriation for the new Court-house. Tlie
question was submitted to tlie people last
fall, and voted down by a large majority, and
it is not believed that a vote taken this year
would reverse the decision
Joliet Signal : It is not tlie principles of
the Greenback party that are to be depre
ciated, but the policy of undertaking to ac
complish through new party movements
measures to nhich the Democracy of the
country controlling a large majority of the
popular vote and certain of controlling both
houses of congress In the near future are
Thk Sun intimates that it will do all sorts
of dreadful things when Judge Allen is
nominated. The Sun brairs. Against
Judge Allen's personal record it can truth
fully say nothing. And it knows it. Hii
political and personal ccord w'.U both he
endorsed by his pai at Jouesboro on
Thursday next, and the Democracy of the
Eighteenth district will be entirely sat'sfied
with its actions.
Loud Shaftesbury, while presiding
at a meeting of one ol the London charities
said be lisd a servant who
had been in his family over fifty-four years,
and that he had still in his house a nurse
who had served him forty-nine years. Th's
person, he said, ruled almost supreme in the
house, and any menilier of his family would
as soon th'nk of taking a leap into the Red
sea as of retiring to rest w ithout bidding the
old servant good night.
CAI'T. Thomas, IU HIS Oluuou mommm-
dale, contemplating the awful wickedness
of the Democratic party in attempt 'ng to
gain control of the government, said: "The
fires (in my bosom) burn a thousand-fold
brighter, and my heart and brain are nerved,
and my arms grow stronger for tho coming
conflict." In the language of Davy Crock
ett's coon, we have only to say: "Dont
shoot, captain; we'll come down."
In acknowledging the truth of the charges
of intrigue and bargaining at the Carbon
dale gathering, which The Bulletin forced
it to make public, the Sun boastingly added
that "Republicans had nothing to conceal "
If this be so, will it be kind enough to give
to the public, the true inwardness of that
other scheme broached at Cartondalo, the
consummation of which was also to give to
Judge Bird the legislative nomination;
Out with it, in all of its details, neighbor.
The importance of th? selection of Con
gressmen in the approaching fall elections
cannot be over-estimated, ami we do not
believe Democrats generally have given
the subject that attention it deserves.
It is within the range of probabilities that
upon the congressmen elected this fall will
depend the choice of u successor to Hayes.
As at present constituted tho Democrats
have a baro working majority in tho house,
and the Republicans strain every
nerve to overcome it. All close districts
will be contested to the last moment of the
last day, and it becomes the duty of Demo
crats In this district to make every prepara
tion forthe struggle.
Looan's Big Hoy in Ids speech nt Carbon
dale said : "The tires of p.irty lr.vc have for
years burned brightly in my bosom." This
is very important intelligence, if true; but
those who have watched 'the career of the
gallant captain have been impressed with
idea that his unsuccessful efforts to secure
federal position had a very dampening effect
upon tlu1 party lire raging within his bosom
so much so, Indeed, that a microscopical
examination of it would have revealed
only a charred and smouldering patriotism.
Time, with its rewards, however, has
wroiiaht a change, and the captain erst
while sulky and gloomy, will now traverse
the disHict, Inning hU battle-scarred bosom
to the gn.M of enraptured hearers, while he
recounts to them his deeds of valor on the
As incident of tho famine in India is re
lated showing to what extremities the poorer
clusMf are reduced : A murder case has been
tried at Mysore, where the prisoners were a
number ct famine-stricken boyi who mur-
dcred a companion. The whole of the boys
weie in the habit of going about tho streets
and picking up the leaves with the refuse of
w hat as thrown out of the houses of natives,
and eating the refuse, Tlie deceased, lieing
the biggest boy of the lot, always canw in
for the lion's share. Tlie others thereupon
held a consultation, and decided thit ho
should be put to death, and they forntd a
plan for putting their decision into execu
tion. They asked tho big boy to coiut for
a walk beyond the fort walls ; then theytook
him to a trench, threw a big stone on Mm,
and cut him with a knife, which they after
ward hid in a garden. The boy murd?rers
were sentenced to ten years' vigorous im
prisonnieut. I propose,' said Capt. Thomas in his
Csrbondale speech, with the mannei of
Furioso, "to tear the mask of I)cinoTaey
from the face of treason, and show ihc peo
ple the political volcano upon which they
staad." The captain should not be lusty.
He must not undertake to achieve impvsi
bilities, and it would not surprise us if, as
the canvass progresses, he should find
his capacity taxed to its utmost limit in the
work of preserving masks rather thai, de-
stroviiiL' them. These glib accusations
of treason against Democrats have stent
their force, and the "bloody shirt" is inter
esting no more save as a relic of recklets
and unscrupulous political warfare. The
r'ontuin'a minil ulifilllil tliWp RI1 llltrOSDPC I
"1""'" " . -
tive turn, tic snouiu prepare iiimseu luf
defend and preserve masks, leaving to his
political opponents the work of destroying
TnE remarkable story comes from Dor
chest, Arkansas, that on the day before yes
terday that vicinity received a touch of the
Polar wave, and the result was one of tlie
most remarkable coincidences that has ever
been recorded in the phenomenal world. At
10 o'clock p. m. the heat was almost insuf
ferable, but ve:y soon afterwards a change
was perceptible in the temperature, and in
half an hour's time to be comfortable it was
necessary to remain indoors. A black
cloud in the west gave every indication of
an approaching rainstorm, but light flakes
of snow soon began to fall, and continued
until the ground was in spots while w 'th
the beautiful snow. It disappeared in a
few moments and the sun came out again.
The people there are unable to account for
this sudden change and singular event. It
is pretty safe to say that there is but one
way of accounting for it and that is that
it is a figment of the brain-a pardonable lie,
considerinir the weather.
We took occasion to say some time since
that Judge Bird could have secured the
legislative nomination at Carbondale if he
had been disposed to enter into a trade with
the Jackson county delegation for it, and
called upon the Sun to either deny or ack
nowledge the t.uth of the charge. It ack
nowledged that some of Mr. Layman's
strikers made an nffjr to the friends of Judge
Bird to secure him the nomination if the
Alexander delegation wouM promise its
county to Layman for circuit judge at the
proper time, and added that the Alexander
delegation declined it for the reason that
they did not believe the party c.f the other
part could carry out its contract. Impartial
men, of whatever political creed, must ex
perience a severe strain upon their faith in
nurinstitutions, when they see such a motley
gathering as that assembled ht Carbondale
making an office the most important known
to our laws an office whose possessor de
termines issues of life and property the
subject of intrigue and barter. But of
such stun" is latter-day Republicanism mad.
A corresjiondent of the London World
has been finding out what the various pleni
potentiaries think of one another. Prince
Ctortchakolf it s.Miis, likes Lord Beaconsfleld;
so does Count A udrassy, Tho second Aus
train, Count Kerolsi, one of the richest and
noblest of Hungarian magnates, looks upon
Lord Salisbuiy as too literary for a grand
seigneur, and considers that he would come
nearer to he ideal Bri.ish peer " there
were more of tin gamekeeper and the jock
ey about him. Unfortinately Lord Sal
isbuiy's colleague docs not find more favor
iu the eveu of Ids Hungarian Excellency;
for ho pronounces the lirst plenipotentiary
of Great Britain to be artificial, pretentious,
and rather ilgar, M. Waddington likes
Lord Salisbu. y. but fails to understand Lord
Beacoiistleld. Court Andrassy is less fond
than he was, but not less fearful, of Prince
Bismarck. Just as the Germans do not
relish tho selection by Turkey of the
German renegade, Mehemet Ali Pasha, so
does Lord BeacoiishVId rather resent the
choice of nn English manufacturer to repre
Tine Springfield Journal says Tiik Caiuo to obey i,,v) v ih -" i by a .ip rior will.
Bn.i.L'i'iN in order to make capit d with II" is ih" nv, w w u,'j '.)' -,piiliir ii.siilu
the "niggers," asserts that Ike Clements tion. 'I o lo fo.itary tfiii.iiig, h adds
wants no niggers about the Southern an impatient i.r,'l arrogant iiuinre, At a
Illinois penitentiary." Tun Bn.i.KTiM press bau.piet in WiiHhington aomey.nrs
reiterates this assertion, and every intelli- . since he gave uit raii. e in M-ntiru' titN about
gent colored man in Cairo knows it to bo a
fact. The Journal by keeping its eyes and
ears open will shortly be convinced of Its
truth. A delegation of colored peoplu
i ...... r, tr ittutn v k r nnrii.L'iiiMii i ruwuiu ui nui.'iiu imuujwli iu munu munu - . .
i rum mm Liv i i i
and lay their grievances on this particular
pomi ..i-iu.w iw - -
mner in the district could be found to call
attention to the action of the Commission-
in er ignoring this important clement of
his party, and The Bulletin', as the to declare his read'ness, in certain contin
friend of the oppressed of all colors and gencies, to ignore the la w-mak'ng power of
climes, gave publicity to it. Tho "nigger" the country, and pledged himself and the
is a very conven'ent tool for the Hepubh- army to the support of a fraudulent presi
caus of Southern Ul'nois just about election dent. In private conversation ho does not
him ho is cast aside as unceremoniously as
an old shoe until occasion ngi'iu urises fo;
... i ... !.. .. Kit I
llisaul HI llOlSling linuuuia- niuiu iwjhumi-
cans It is a fact Uepublicans might make
note of that the colored people of Cairo are
beginning to understand these things, and
,,npoe to govern themselves accordingly.
I HE democracy ot muni .i ......
recent convention unanimously instructeil
their delegates to the convention at Jones-
lx.ro on Tuesday next to cast the vote of
that county for representatives in the general
..,.i.i.. Uoiu tj Uiwbiniriinin. of t'n-
ion county, and T. T. Itobu.son, of Jackson
coantv. If Jackson covn y should liecotne I
aiartytowhathas upon its face the up-
' ' .
ptarancc of a trade, Alexander county will
lie ignored and the piecedeut established
i .. nmnniu 'tnn Imp u'nt inti
wile.. u..m...j .M -
effect ot givin; eadi couniy 1.1 uie sena-
torial district represoiita; ".on inthegeaeralas-
. ii : 1 1 t.. 1 . .1 TTtlio
i3criloiyiiiniwii;iin - (;ni - i. 11 "' "
ovtniy people are successnil 'ti nom'nat"ig I
Mr. Buckingham, and if Mr. Buck;tigham
should be successful at the polls, it would
rive them u senator and representative:.
Jackson eoun.y would have a representative
i n. ....... ....,i.i i... I..A-
tie cold. It is poss'Lle Jackson county is
not a party to th:s scheme, and theie may
, ... .1,..,, 4l, .,,,
' """""K " ' '
ing insult to the Democracy of Alexander jiH maimers are pre-eminently the man
l,if). i rnnvi-vml bv the ftct'on of their ners of a child of nature : but his enversa-
.... u .. , ,
bret.renof I nnm county. Itlurn.sl.es a
L'ool reason for a lartre meeting at tlie I
f,Tthoiw'odiv and we trust our peoolc
lovrt-housi D-day, an-l t trust our peopi
kn.w.ngtneir ngntsm me premises, win
gpe no uncertain sound to thcr opinion of
,Li ...teno.t to derive them of what is
t'.eirs no less by conunon jus.Ve and fair
.haling than by the precedents which have
leretofore governed in such matters.
Mn. Thomas II. Phillips, the gentleman
wio did not get the Carbondale nomination
fir the legislature, wastes two-thirds of a
c.luiiin in the Jonesboro Advertiser of tin
18th, to show how cheerful a man can 1
under the most discouraging circumstance
Murk Tanli.-v buffered from many of
the ills of life, and always bore toward fate
a sn.'ling countenance and a happy heart,
but ho never went into a nominating con
vention and missed the coveted prize by the
desertion of two ''instructed'' friends. To
bo cheerful under such a state of facts
proves Mr. P. a moral hero. And he is
cheerful. Whatever soreness he may for
the moment have harbor-d in his heart of
hearts has disappeared, probably under one
or more of thos : Influences which a R-pul
lican manager understands so well how to
apply to the disgruntled. P. fairly gushes
Pointing to that battle-scarred veteran
whom the Cairoitcs at Carbondale could not
suppress, he says that '"when the black
cloud of war threatened the destruction of
our country," then it was that the gallant
captain rushed to arms and with his valor
ous right hand smote the rebel hip and
thigh. His opponent, before the convention
Mr. C. H. Layman, be speaks of as a "high
toned, honorable gentleman, worthy and
wcll-qualitied and a good, true Republican"
for whom a three-vote plumper should be
cast by all of the loyal voting brnthn-n. To
leave no room for doubt as to his thorough
reconciliation, bespreads himself over every
Republican candidate for office in L'nion
, . .. , ...
county, ii iscviiienuy a very uaruuose
for tin! ambitious gentleman to swallow
but he does it without grimace and with
(iK.s.SiiEKMAN iu Ids order explaining
tlieaiinlicatiou of the clause in the army
mi. i inivy iii.i.rowi union on. coneeniuig uie
1 . ..!. .! .. 1 !M .1 .
Use of the army as a posse comitittiiM, pre
tends to sec something new in it. He knew
its well as any man that the constitution of
the United Null' expressly prohibited the
US'? of federal troops iu tin:
domestic c.'iicvrns of a State
except in the manner therein provided, H
was only too eager to carry out the in
famous orders of Hayes pre.iceaor, and Ik
did it with a fill kuoweh;e Hint Uih his
sup' rior and liimw:,f with violating the or-
j ganie lnw ol'tl.e hoi'l, Sherman ia a dan-
gerolls Hilili " IlilS fiO feapei t for, or II
j SelltillM 1,1 in ".fi,i'ri w.lli, the Ullfset, of
I the peo, M" If Ml 1 1 1 ' I ti ns he
would " i, '.,; r 'lrill"'l nun liiii"
the ability of the people to lake care of
themselves which brought upon hi
liead a torrent of indignation from all parts
of the country, nud he was forced by the
sort of a 1) "ng apology for it. If our mem-
nrv servos us r'lL'ht he unloaded his troubles
on the broad and convenient shoulders of
the reporters, wore recently, at tt?stMyij' feliUfi JlAKLJi
Point, iu a public speech, he went so far as
publican institutions, and wags a very
wicked tongue iu speaking of them. We
.....w.t.1 l. flint ftlii,rnin la a iltmirnr-
14, uiui .....v ..v . b. .-
ous man to the liberties of the people, und
he should be watched constantly and closely,
FIFTEEN GKEAT MISTAKES.
standard of riL'ht and wrong, and juilge
, ...,.,,:..,,, It : . luist,,k(!
to measure the enjoyment of others with our
own ; to expect uniformity of opinion in this
, vnikjrur tl) mtU nil iliwuwi-
tions alike; not to yield in immaterial tri-
ties; to lH)k for perfection in our own ae-
tions; to worry ourselves and others with
mt f(C r,lm.(li,ll; lmt to lllk.viilt(.
nil that needs alleviation, as far as it lies in
;mr power; not t. make allowances for the
inhrmities of other; to consider everything
j111K4Kii,e t,Ht we (.annot perform; to be
lieve only what our finite minds cangrusp;
e'et i iu ' ""i- i" nun cm an 1 1 every-
... i i i.. . i . i
thit)t; The jfrentcrt of all niistak.-s is to
ijve 0j,iy for tiimr, when any moment may
launch us into eternity.
TiTp pArT (p TIIP KIFRRAS IN
From tho London World.
The personal appearance and dress of
Joaquin .MiUer, who is now in London, are
I 1 ... . I
; J.,.-.. ,,1 ,,..rL-,.i.i,. . i.u u-rStin.
j " " i
He has u tine s.piare forehead, long, dsep
set urav eves, and an expression of mingled
defiance and melancholy altogether very
difficult to descril. He wears his hair
vei y much longer than is customary, in this
I. a - 11.' . . a .... a, I 1 u
country. ins i iiesmiii ...-nr.. j.'i-ns in
pictureson- luxuriance whither it listetli.
tion, thougii often wild and incoherent,
m.v,r .leirenerate. into common place, and
is invariably ol t hint's, instead ot persons
I am told that he has been constantly
f()r .)k.tur,.s of the Saviour, and that his
head has found its way, in this manner,
into a great many sacred' modem paintings
GRoctli AM) COMMISSION" MK1K HANTS.
gTKATTOX it BIRD,
57 OHIO LEVEE.
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER COMP'Y
W. StiiaTThx. Cairo.
T. limn. Ml.annrl.
GRAIN, FLOUR AND HAY.
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
FlU'lUCl's' TobiU'CO WlU'CllOUSC
General Coimiiissioii Mercliaiits,
No., las and p.t fniiuner- i 1,,,,
iluLAv. nn.., i vAII.O, ILLS,
f '"A!''' Alviiei-nieiii. itni.de on ton.ii.-nmeut.
1 1 J or 1 oouct'o, I- lnttr tu.d (.riiiii.
( H ) A T. ! f'O.M.I
Orders for ('mil hy tlie car-load, ton or
In hogsheads for shipment promptly at
tended to. To large consumers and all
iimiiiifiictiirers we arc prepared to sup
ply any quantity, by die month or year,
at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
oni' on wl.i.rrii.iiit, fool of Sixth Street; iinVpitf
llmlldiiv llrollier.. iiih.ii si. Churl.', lintel;
I.VM'tlan Mill.. Tw i.t l.-ili .ireei: foul Hump, lout
ui " l.lrtlelh .tree! I I'ti.tofll. drawer ;Sll.
Kioiitii Htiikkt, (in Riser's Building)
IMII'I.OYH only flr.l elii.. workmen, ntnl ftnleuf
J or. lo accord lo all co.iileuua Ireuiuietil.
every InMiim e. Prices
tl..M ...... .lit. ..1 ... -1) -
can and mamine nd. and wnm price.
. TTlf ti pp
The Cairo Box and Basket Co.
FlOOX'ing, Sidin. Lath. KtC
At iberyioet rates.
Havlnt? ft lleavv Stock of Lo'Son Hand
llea ?,l(KK 01 L090n Jlaua.
W ar prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
Ou the tbortcan once.
V SPECIALTY made of STEAMBOAT Lt'VflEK,
Cracker, Candy, Fat kiuK Iioiea, Slave., lleadiLa
rpo THE VOTERS OF ALEXANDER
W'iieiieah. The dimity Hounl nf Aleiander coun
ty nave under advl.ement a pr.ip-.ed c limine f the.
viecuou prennci. iu auiu i-uuiy, all partle. l.av-
"Ly '"a"11"" "r petition, moitm lu wiratd to
the KHine art. mri-)iv r...i in..li-t t.i fll ft.a Mntni. I.w
! '"r?!'!:,'7!wi',,''i;,l ,0, """
uic nemeinricr rtii 01 ttm nouni.
.rnl.in uf nid li'iunl.
ISA ML EL J. II I' .MM. fouuty Clerk.
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS
The great celebrity of onr TIN TAfl TOBACCO
h t,UMd nuIiy lmll,tU,L, ,terwif , he 0L
the market. We therefore cantlflD all iheert
aalurl pnrcha.int: auch imitation.
All dealer, liiiylnc or '-Ultijr other plug tolarro
hearlr.ua hard or metallic laliel, render theiu.clvea
llalde lo the penalty of the law. and a!) pemrn. vio
lating our trade murk are puulihahle tiy due and
linprl.oDmeiit. See act of Congrra., Aug. 14. 1S7C J
The yemilue LOItltlLAKI) TIN TACi TOBACCO
ran te dl.tlrit'til.h d by a TIN TAO ou each lump
with the word I.olMtlLA lili .tamped thereon.
Over p.ti. t.iharto mid In ITT, ac4 tturly
8.CO perioti. employed In faetoriea. .
Tuie. paij Oovemmeiit In 1S77, about
and durliiR pa.t 12 year., over -jn.rtrt.rt.
The.e ijood. fold hy all jahbera at manufacturer.'
t'-r-Tlje TIN TAO SMOKINO TOHAfCO '.
.ecoud lo nuce" in aruiua, mlMne.., j.urltjr atd
HRY GOOD1. ETC.
The liirget wholeale und retail hry
(ioods and Clothing House In this City;
are reeeivinc new Goods duil.v and lire
offering great bargains iu the most liund
some lines of CARrETS, OIL (LOTUS
and MATTINGS; Silks, (aslniieies, Lou-
ret tes, ami a great many other new
styles .of Dress Goods, Fans, Etc.; iu
fact in every department of their busi
ness, they cordially invite the public
u cull and sec their stock.
proprietor of huoats tate.nt
Wholesale Dcnlcr in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTOX, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Gar -Load.- a Specialty.
O JT F I C N :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
CE! ICE! ICE!
J a con Klee,
I. now Prepared
To Fill Onlers, Wholesale or Retail, at
OKftca avd Ice Hoc.t at tii City IHiawritY.
Too 1 Icq ? Ice !
yocuM it merman,
CORN Kit EICillTII STltKHT, CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
ICE! ICE! ICE! ICE! ICE!
At tho corner of Elyht street und Ohio
arc now im-pnri-tt to itll orders f..r l-itrr Lake uo it
reii.oi.nliV' prices and In (inmilles J froni t n
poinid.lo fHr load lol. and will Kiiaral.lee ''"?
our e it. tome, llmmuli Ihe .en.oii. Lesro onlers M
the M aland. T0CU1I BKHBIAK.