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OFFICE: No. 13 Tenth Street. Thornton's Building
f t, UEDAY EVENINGmQCIOBER 5. 1869.
JOHN H. OHEItLY & CO
THE EIIA OF OOOD FEEL IX G t
"Why not? Why nhould there bo nuy
longer bickering and Htrlfc among tlio
democrats of Alexander county? Why
should they not elaei liaudn .in present
fellowship, 'pledge hearty co-operation
With each other for the future, forget past
dlU'ercnccf), nnd Inaugurate tho era of'
good fooling? Wo liavo u common
enemy to fight, an enemy as vigilant as
able, and at whoao door must bo laid
much of tho responsibility for tho pres
ent deplorable condition of public aflafrs.
Against this foe, tho democracy of oyery
stale, county and town, should uH a
one man ; and ho Is a'weak man and an
unreliable democrat, who allows person
al feeling or auger to Induco him Into
the paths of bolting and fellowship with,
We believe this Is tho proper (Imo io
unite tho democracy of Alexander.
There can now bo no excuse for bolting.
Tho candidates on tho democratic ticket
are al! good meu and truo. That they
wero nominated fairly no person calls
luto question. Why then should any
democrat bolt? What reason Is thero to
rostraln democrat from putting their
shoulder to tho wheel, one and all, and
altogether, for the party? T'noso dem
ocrats who havo heretofore acted
out Ide the party, ohould now come
within it, and thoy will find this the ac
c ptcd time, this tho day of their political
salvation. They will be treated as politi
cal brethren. Tho paft will not be
brought up In Judgment agalust them.
Tnat this is true, no ono can doubt. Tho
action of the democratic county and rep
resentative conventions prove- it true. In
those conventions were men, as dele-gaU.-,
who have foryears battled against
the democratic organization battled
agalust It with remarkable vigor and
much vlndlctlveness. Their right to
staU was not questioned; and one of
them, the most persistent and most ablo
one, was elected Vice President of the
legislative convention. What stronger
proof than this can tho regular democrats
give of their Ueslro to compromise past
dlirereuces? Ami wo aro Fure It will bo
properly appreciated. The bolters of
part yearn will be the best and most con
sistent democrats of the future. It can.
not be possible, that either of tho men
who participated in the deliberations cf
the conventions referred to, will bo bao
enough to refuse to support tlAi nominees.
ve nave 100 goon nn opinion 01 iiumnu
nature to bellevo such a thlug possible
Surely, we will mhhi enjoy thu peace
which will come with tho era of good
A UADICAL'sOMIXEKSUPPOnTS A
Dr. Daniel Arter, while thanking the
Radical county convention for tho com-
nilmetit ut the nomination as County
Juke, took occasion to remark that he
owed tho radicals uothiui:. and could not
therefore be Induced to make a sacrifice of i
himself in behalf of their party. The
only time he was elected to office, he j
said, tho democrat elected him; the on-,
ly time ; he wa. , dof led, tho
believe that he was more iudcbtcU to
democrats than to republicans; and, as
tho democratic candluato for County
Judge, Mr. Bross, was a good man and
In every way competent ty fill the office,
he Intended to support and voto for him-
Till ili.nlnrnllnn. inildtt without ailV
hesitation, fell like a wet blanket on tho
radical conventloulsts. Senator Munn
was thrown into.a high btate of disgust,
and tho cold sweat oozed from Mr. Lin
egar's body. Mr, Hank's Indulged in
several mental Imprecations, and Cob
Would looked like tho lust rosoof sum
mer before last. Mr. Ctttqwr Yost beeamo
the picture of disappointment, and Dono
Brown looked as blue a3 Indigo. But
the venerable Doctor wai Inexorable.
Ho had spoken words of truth, and
would stand by them. Ho would vole
for Bros, Ho w.uld support Broas. Ho
would do whatever he pleased to do; auo!
he wouldn't vote for tho radical nomk'
nco for County Judge. He would bolt
himself; defeat klmsolf. He knew both
candidate Brews and hlnnolf ; and, with
this knowledge In his possession, ho could
not hesitate tq vote for tho democratic
nominee. Wo commend hla good sense;
and wo bollevo that every person ,whp.
hastholntereatof tho county at heart
will follow hU oxamplo.
tarS. S. Cox began lite speech, In re
sponse .o the wolcome he received In
New York, after this fashion: "Gen
tlemen, I thought I waa over salt water,
but your warm welcome has filled my,
eyes with It."
jay There Is evidently a radical plot
on foot to prevent tho udmiaslon of Vir
ginia when cougro3s meets. Not ouly
have certain radicals In that state and
tho north combined to have congress ex
net the test oath of tho legislature, but
thoy have arranged for an Investigation
Into tho election held in July. They havo
also got up uhargos that somo of the con
greasmen ulect are opposed to paying the
national deujt. WhcH' r thh will succeed
or not, remains to bo teen.
2r Too Bhorf,.( Radical. candhlatn or,
ocuaCol JuBtlce! jlt)ft;4inall potato pr)h
a pink eye
NaT Poll Parrot, lladlcul candidate for
Associate Justice, Uko all birds of his
feather, trumpets bla own praise. "Pet
ty 6lJ' t t ; ' i r
t67 Dono Drown, tho Radical candl'
dato for Treasurer, will not.make much
of a race. iMartlu will out-distance him
irThe Radical county convention,
bold last Saturday was a funereal gather
lug, and yet It was bo Munny It was
Cri'hllllsjsj very good.mau, but he
cin't l6 County Clerk. We hope ho will
not ill-hit mind with this futile expecta
WET "I am monarch of all I Bttrvoy,"
as Helkirk said, and McPhceters, Had leal
candldato for Survoyor,wlll Hay when he
gets through with tho canvass, and em
ploys tho leisure time on his idle hands
surveying his potato patch.
tSTMr. Win. Martin, democratic can
didate for County Treasurer, will bo
elected by an overwhelming majority.
Ho Is an honest gentleman, an exempla
ry cltlzpu, an old resident of this coun
ty, well-known in every precinct, and
has the ability to make a most excellent
fSrfc'euator Munn has taken in hand
tho radical party of Alexander, and In
tends to Infuse some liso Into. IU almost
defunct carcass. Opposed by Col. Gra
ham, and the other members of tho post
office clique, he still carries mutters with
a high hand, and domineers like an auto
crat. Even tho patriarchal Dr. Arter,
and tho vigorous Ltnegar, acknowledge
tr Daniel Arter, M. D , radical nom
inee for County Judge, supports 'Squire
Iiross, the democratic candidate. The
Doctor cannot be induced to support the
nominee of tho radical party. Ho la well
a rare of the fact that that gentleman .'a
a good cltixeu, and a clever gentleman,
but ho knows that Mr. Bross is a better
man for Count Judge, and he therefore
intends to give him a hearty support.
tirMr u0jffeii hodires-Doduei candl-
,,ftl0 for(;ounty Judge, U out in the
cold. The radicals havo gono back on
iilm. Ills treachery to the democratic
party has not proven to bu a profitable
investment. Ho Is gone up. There is an
extra Fholf, among tho shelves on which
the Alcxauder county bolters have been
laid, for this last and least successful ex
nerlmeutcr in the business of "trolni: It
, ( alone" for office in this county. Let us
shelvo him tenderly; treat
care; fashioned not sleuderly;
nor fair. Farewell, Hodges! Peace to
your political manes.
Jfl ,0 ,goul ,nit JuJ How.
ley. 0 tuI:ea t0 beting or naturally
as a Hog to wallowing in mo
mire, and besides Is a Tictliu of disap
pointment. He wanted a road con
tract, and did not get It. Howley
was tho member of tho county
court who defeated his ax-grinding
desire. This fact, added to the additional
foot that Howley Is ono of tho soundest
and most consistent democrats lu the
county, and that tho bolter has an Irre
sistible propensity to bolt all good Demo
crat, explains why the gentleman Is
out against Howley.
I LOT Will Jnsdeu consent to ho tho
t Uudlcal candidate for School Superinten
dent? Come, now, an answer. If so,he
Is modest In hlslrt aspirations for office.
Ho ought to wear a ueater official coat
than that of School Superintendent. The
ermine would becomo him' more. But,
then, tho Radicals are such unapprecla
tlve men. and the poet wrote true words
when ho eald: "Full many a gem of
purest ray serene, the dark uufathomed
caves of ocean bear; full many a tlow'er
Is born to blush unseen and waste its
fragrauee ou the deeert air." Lausdenis
such a gem; Lansdeu Is such a flower.
That's what ho gota for affiliating with
tho Radicals. Ho Is a gentleman, but has
fallen luto bad company.
jSyTwo Representatives elect to the
Maine Btato Legislature bear the name
ofJ.Q. Adams. Both are Democrats. Ouo
in from Biddeford aud the other from,
Tho Bloomlngton 'Loader,' contem
plating tho aatoundlug villianics of
Grant's appointees, and particularly tho
rovenuo frauds at Now Orleau9, conaoles
Itself with tho reflection that, sluce tho
democratic prew has exposed them, tho
the administration of den. Grant doesn't
try to apologize for them or cover them
upl This is equivalent to saying that if
radical oOlolals will uteal, they needn't
expect tho admlulatratlou to hide for
ttieml That's a comforting aflsurauce,
, ,Mrs. Andrew Johnson
Is said to bo
A. T. Stewart has an $3000 dinner ser
vice. Tho social 6vlt 'produces fifty suicides
annually la Berlin;
A rich iadylnlTarls has gone lusano
fdrlove of ber.cook.
Fifty Danish families are located near
Charles Washburn) late minhterto
Paraguary, la In JEuglitnd, making a"
Ex-Governor Plerpout, of Virginia, is
. candidate for the West Virginia Legln
laturd. " '
Tho Archbishop of Qregqu ,1s about to
depart fdrRoin'ew attend the Ecumeni
M E. Chamberliu, the workingmon's
candldato for Governor of Massachusetts
Is 30 years old.
Bishop Huntington, of Central New
York, has organized his diocecc into six
with two mission-
arics lor cacu.
At a recent Methodist camp meeting
In Connecticut a minister prayed, "Oh,
Lord, humble us, break us all down,
smash us all to pieces!'
Tho Now York World says Miss Hanua
BHgh has swallowed twelve percussion
caps, and Is afraid to set down. Funny
fix to be In can't sit down for fear of
going oir. Ex.
Spraguo, Wm., has started a charge
that Brown A Ives swindled Brown
University out of 2950,000, by selllug a
Congressional grant at that amount be
low it real value.
Secretary Fish ! said to have apolo
gized to tho Emperor of Brazil for the
rudenesi of Minister Webb, of whom it
is said that he Is given to "cussing," and
would as soon "cuss" an Emperor as a
Somebody asks, what becomes of our
poor girls? Pretty much the name, w
suppose, as becomes of our rich girls.
They marry, eat, sleep, rear children and
die. A poorglrl's life, lu tho main points,
is not unlike that of a girl born to wealth.
Tho end Is certain to be very similar.
Fernando Wood Is now understood to
be tho author of tho ridiculous cplstleon
the Stowe-Byron busiuess, signed "A
Member of Congress," which recently
appeared lu the London 'Times.' S. a.
Cox Indignantly denies thut ho was the
How Is this for a verdict? Jn Krle,
this Slate, a minister of the KOsnel has ,
recently been on trial ou tho following
counts: 1. Cheating Jn a cow trade; 1
urossiy ueraming a young lady; 3. Jm
moral conduct. Verdict: ilrst count
Proved; third count, not established!
SHOOK OK' Till'. MIAMIIX.I'.N.
Mr. Collins, editor of tho Scott County
111. Union, waa up before tho republican
convention as candldato for tho nomin
ation of superintendent of schools. Ho
did not receive tho nomination, uud con
sidering himself a badly used man, has
hoisted the democratic ticket at the head
of hLs columns.
Among tho latent promotions In the
French army was ono of a Captain of the
guard, who was elovated to tho rank of
Commandaut. On learning the news,
his little girl began to Mng and dance
and clap her hands. "What makes you
so glad?" inquired her mother. "Why,
If papa Is Commaudaut, thero will bo
musio at his fuuoral."
There Is a scheme ou foot to sccuro
Mr. Jett'eraou Davis a homo In Kentucky.
The Paris 'Truo Keutucklan' says of It:
"In a conversation In this nlaco a few
evenings ago among somo of tho friends
of this distinguished man, it was resolv
ed that tho sum of $50,000 could bo read
ily raised for the purpose of buying a
home for Mr. Davis aud his family at
some deslrablo point in tho Blue (irass
region. Step3 are now beiug taken
which we hope will necure the underta
king at an early day."
Frew a WA-ihinton l -patch. J
Oftlclal news received hero from
Madrid ay that the r'panUh Itegeney
will submit tho recent ull'er of mediation
made by tho United States to tho Cortes,,
which meets this month. Tho lteg-'
ency, It Is represented, contemplates 1U
tlug out a now and costly expedition to
sail to Havana by the first of October.
The very few friends of tho American
mediation were hoping that tlio Cortes
would be more liberal than thoegenoy
had been In acting on that important
- -. . i i ,.
Grin Ceylon, aa Is well-known, wid
ows burn themselves oil tho an mo pyre
with their dead husbands. An English
ofllcer'a widow has recently been practic
ing this sort of thlug. That is, sho threw
Iniall hi'r trolden lmlr, which was vorv
'nearly the ame thing.
fSrltla flnhl that there are mora news
papers published In Virginia, lu propor-
Ltlonto tho reading population, tho.il in
any other Stato lu tho country.
1ST A prominent liquor merchant Jn
Chicago formerly had fifty-two liquor sa
loons runulug at ouo tlnio. At tho pres
ent time ho has about one-half that
Ig Massachusetts has 40,000 more
wouioi: than raeu, and wants to know
what die tihall do with them.
tStf" Sprained ankles will now bo in
fashion. Eugenlp wears hers that way.
. i i
Gallic. City Councll.ofRIchmond.has
aproprlated $10,000 toward tho Stato Ag
K&Thoy aro to haven pigeon shoot
In Toronto soon, and tho poorest shooter
is to have a pair of spectacles.
t3T There are twenty-flvo political pris
oners lu tho stookado at Tyler, Texas,
flomo of whom" havo' been4 confined for
over twelve months.
tSflt issaid that Carlotta Pattl made
pno million two hundred .thousand, doll
ars - during her European tour, and
brought it over with her.
Caiio, III., October 5, 1SC9.
Tint exotdtieni rnretrnt frltii frtnjlril ksindj
itltr tat ii KiXir talu Kurt U il pali.
Wo ar without any lmorWnt ctungi to nolo In
our market Mnco our list ciniekly rerfew, uml
bninM! ho conllnue l steivly In all departments. -
ri.OUK Im Uva in fair orJtr ,lraand wlthquUry
appreiaUo ra.-lallon In mIcf, which remain m lut
quoted on alt gradr.
rea reported comprise
lis blls Huperflnc at ti OOQi U
100 IMn Kail " 5 60
110 1,M Spring X - - - - S 7i
ISO tM Fall X 6 w
3 bMi Spring XX 5 7S3 W
ISO Ibis Fall XX - 2S9 M
IM bbU XXX u. - 60(37 O)
110 bbls XXXX Family 7 25
231 bt.U Choice Kamllj 7 tOQt 00
ti bbla Kkncy llrauda do... - U
IIRAN Is qnlct and unc!ianed. Sales wero mado
at SIS W prrton in bulk, and IIS CO aaclca Included.
COHX Wo hate no reculpti or rales to note since
our lvt retort.
OATS One cr in bulk sold on track at 42c, and SO
sacks from stor at S0 per bush.
HAY li in fair demand, with sales of two cars Tim
othy at CIS W, and one car Red Top at Its 00 per ton,
I'ltOVWIONS ureeilremely quiet. lJOOscountry
cl-.tr siWea sold at li,'-.
COKN JIKAIj Is unchanged, with good order do
maai. Sales wero CO bLIi Steam Dried In lot, at
t 7S&t ts prr bbl.
DUTTKIt Strictly choice Is rery scares aud in
good demand At outside prices. Sales were mad of
lOpkgs prims Northern at 33c, and IS lube choice do
KGGa are more pluoty, and prices are rather easier
IS boxes sold at Zlgzc, shipper's count.
I'OUI.TItV Is dull and easier. C coops spring chick
ens sold at II 50, and 3 coops old at 3 10 per doa
APPLES are In Rood supply, and strictly eholeej are
la good demand, but all Inferior lots are extremely
difficult to st-U CO bbls good to choice sold In lots at
11 2VJ2 TS.per bbl
I'KACIIE-Wrb Mason la near); oter M box
sold at Vk
VKOKTAHLnS 15 bbls l'eaohblow jPoUtoos sold
at It TS r !W, and m h.vl rabble at Is 00 per ICO
on CKIlIIi aro nnlet and unclnuiced
Kjli:iUHTH are plenty and In good demand at pre
Cboiee Northern In flrens and luti. 3.1.135
('bmoo Southern III....... 30A3-J
Fair t liM't.. . 15 to M
Ohio and Nenr Vork factory
New York OiedJrr
Hndn. ...... ........... 7c flutter ,
Pic ,N t... 7e fiu xv ..,
Cicini. lc Ointrr.,
Prune to rholrH..
Commnn do tnir....
CA.MILUS 6lir. liclit fiUt
CCMi:.NT-In birrrU .
PiAih. bulled V banrl.........
Kiln Drlwt Mtal.......
HiAnillnu'aHteain Dried 3leM...
ritsndms's sttam dried Com Hour, per bbl
'IIICSSf.ll lir.ltr-.V IUU1M............
01lrttEl) JIUtTO.N, per 100 lb
do llofs, "
Vrsl Calves "
U lloi " " m.
I'earhts, for and blf V I b....... ....
A(.pU i, l I
CUUS I'aikisl.sriloz.. shipt4il' count...
Ni-erle No. S..
),aiu Guru Arabic...
iiilnlwile. (Hl Iodide Potatu. 6 7i Su
OiUu..... 4rUSO: Morphine ...10 OOsill W
Alum, fr lb bitsio mdaer
Arsenicf.... hsilCIMtraie Sdrer..
Arniwltn.it 8&rt7& Hi, Anne..
Assaflellds, select.. i0. '' J-'dsr ......
Alof., CVipe 333 W OHsanura.
Aluw, v'iirlue.1 lOKItll " Amurfu .
Il:.a.n Luiaiba..! liyl 1, Potash Chlorate
lly Hum, iiure .t Wy3 OO.QuukslIvrr.....
lltiii.Fi.i e, r" i M'O lulnme Hulph.
I 4&;tt ti
. Ov1t TS
1 KVil 00
l OOrjl i3
i ivi so
Ill tUioa; 1'uta.h atofJillrd 1'iectpitate.
Cib Majnesia.. i
Calumet, Amcr..! 204
" r.miiiti.,1 hifo
C.mnh.ir lllim.-.l -2t)Ul
Kbubaib, R. In.
n. 3 SO14I
do.Tuikey,p'd.20 OOcVa 0U
Canary rteed,... licctU.SailpaUe
Tanulo, Mr as.
(;tloiofurm......-t yn ia
Vn 00 Vitriol, blus..
tlatkfrel, N'h. 1, per bbl. tew .
do No., " ..
do No. a, " new..
U, So. I kltts, new
No. 2 nw.
.Nu, 3 ne"
til OCWjM 00
J taws. as
LCMON3 Perbotiniii-.. ............
) It AN 0 KS I'er box....-. .
. ft 00
-Ml 00 h
IIAU0WAIH5 AND IRO.V;
Nails, uerkeit. 10J to CCd
Other xe In proportioii.
Trace chains. I1' rir 6 ,( Xo
llorseslioo iron p tl -
o'ait l.oa, p'ir .p i-
Iron enli'Ut ties, 11 lb "
Hh.fl 'IPC... .....
Blitst lion, N I" to 17 U......-..-r-
Tiercu aud bbli lr lb...........-- -
u... .,,,1 l.airhbls. pet lb
qjuntry Urd, !r lb
ItlMU ' .....m..
41 asrji St
Fair 19 choleo, wee ssllou., "kTob r5
sash. lo f
u. rwt.nn. ..i....tT..
Co.il. par callon
Ijinl, (o i i....
I.latoed, do ...
:t tan t to
Ilreakfut llacon, plain,
KioDcu maei , pcriD
Hunt, tu(ir turcd, cnai.ed, fer lb
!.i . 'la"'1 . ....M..M..Mt......M...M4....j
Hulk Claar Side. nrr Ih
" " Kill HiJej, ,
M Ilaini In klekte.
Pluter rflt, x!r bb ..
luleiing if air, perbuuli
!?I.cvh,ckf, prd mis
Old Chlckenf, lire, pr doiin..... fj Jvj ot
Mathlae msile, Kentucky, per lb..
Manilla tier tb ,
RICK Per lb
SALT Per Ol at 44
Bl Tsrb, In keri, per Ib:..... 7Ka
d in boar ....8fl
tlm,i4 rw. Ih Ifllalet;
Ultra O - 'f.ilfiiil
CubaHuttar In Uixrit. u
in iws .j,
Assorted numbers, lb bsg. ..... f 3 1M 3 li
lluck.ZS lb. bag..
.13 401 J M
80AP tlosin, xr lb........
Dirk, per lb.
Unlit. " .
rimiiklnr, prr lb., pks -,
PAI.VTd White lJ. iki ktr..
3 J09 4
Potatoes perbanrl .l tAfX?')
wnile ueant, prrburn ... a uv.i.; t
Navy do do 3 frv.'U tC
Onions xr ItM !3 C3 'J"
Choleo New White
... 1 COyl IS
.Sl Ofvjl 30
Jn. 1 ilo
Cliokn Nw itetl
o. I do .,
Ordinary He I ud White.
Itectlfied according to proof.......
IJourbon do do ......
I 7&J3 Ut
IliTfS ToMrwritts.-J'nrk Wj WlilnkyandOll.Wbbl
Hi halt Vhhl.bvi Hour and li-l ylbl, ; Corn,
V sivk, 20c; O.its, V t &!, Vie; I'olivtnpa and Apple
V, bbl, 3cj Hay, (eottipresMsd) V ton, St W; Iteaty
frulKhls V 1W Os, I.luht freluht V lui as, 35;
Lumber, dreoel, in bundles, vM,t7l0 Lumber,
loose, VM, Is c,
Haras sr IUil raox .V.V. ixd nosrnf re ('iiaoar tub
HtcaLMi. IstclaM tit. 3d do, ill; 3d do, 1171;
4th do. 11 Qt); special lo. lix.
KvtArtVy, Pork, V bbl, fita: llcerllSO: Whisky V
M, II SO; Coal Oil, V bbl, II SO; Corn, 23: Oat. 25e
io iiiw tair.iKS riour, " rjiii, iw; mumri ana
W 100 DIM
TCtccu per ur.1 t uu union, ri ' v dam;
lghU IV; Light freights 35 V
To Mew Tork, Cnttorj, corrprcssel ....tl l
do do uiicowuressed. ...... 1
Hay, eompreaedv toL,
Hi e'vartnershtn heretofore eiistlne tinder
IhealTl of Mtrattrn. lladson A Clark. t thin tar UU
eolfej by mutual content. All persons Indebted to
me laie nrm win pma o maxe p.ij
book-keeper, Mr. 8. I. Dennett
the late firm w III plea o make payment to our former
ha rlns; claims against u will present them Whim for
Doua-Keepcr. .iir. o. i'. orrineu, ami mi irfon"
uymenl, a tlio Imoke ortlrtn hare
ill hands for settlement.
picn I'lAi.-cu in
J. . IIUUSO.V,
October 4th, HOT.
The wholesale Orocery and Comnn:on lu-.n(r,
will be continued at the old suml br htratttm A Uird.
Thankful for tho lllrnl patronage extended to il,r
nrm, we iak pitnuure in roiwincnuin tlio ncn
loour former iMtroi and fnei.de.
J. It. IirieJON,
(Vtoherlth. net im
JLLINOIS OKNTltAL KAlLltOAIJ.
(Quickest Iloutc from the South
St. Louis, UiiuUvlllc, Cincinnati, Chicago,
ALL POIXTS EASTASD XOIlTIf.
Tastensi'r tr ilns arrlte l an I leare Cairo a fo
,.ino l. M.
,llOO 1. il.
Both trains erncoet at t.VntrsIIa with traiuson the
At De.atur. IU t'iin'ni;tn. I'J !''". I-i nJ
MeiKtuu, Krtixirl, (i.deiin, IHiUi'iu,
and ull points m
Illiiiou, luwa, JIlu nsoti, 3IUkOiiri aitU
And with Paes ninmn: Ke and V -t f r
St. I.011N, .SprlngtloM, Louisville, Clnchi
nail, liidlaiuipolU and Columbus,
And at CUl ago w.th Mi.-higun C'ntral, Micl.igM
gouthi-ru, and I'ltt.l.urK. Kort Wnjna an I
Uticujw Ua.lnwU fur
W.ViiU.VGTy.N CITV, and
Fir throiuh tiokUnd Inrunnatlou, apply at tba
lil.uola Cenfral Jtadroad IVpot.
Oner! ri.eiij!er Agent, Chlcagc.
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G1M AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTNQ
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