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.OFFICE: 3STo. 13 Tenth Street. Thornton's Building.
MONDAY EVENING, MAllCIl 7, 1S70.
JOHN H. OBERLY 8c CO
DANIEL .IV,. MUMfrfJlSQ.
u havo lind occaBlon to refer, lust
week, to the merciless latnpoonlnjrs Dan
Muuirecelved in Joint dlsscussiou with
democratic orutori during tire campaign
of 1803. The editor of tho Sliawueotown
'Mcrcmy copying our rotu'arlta, has tho
brazen Iinundonce to comment ih
W'i happen to havo n personal, knowl
edge of tho "Joint dlscussloiiH" referred
to, and it In a pleasing thought to uh to
know that Dan Munn cuinu oil more
than conqueror In every engagement
with the enemy; and today tie Is tho
the most popular and and elleotlvo cam
pawner In tho entire district,' and we
dare say he N able to cojio with any ora
tor In the democratic ran It of .Southern
How Home folks will talk? Now it U
potcdble that Munn in of that ela-.s of
men that don't know when they aro
UH'tl up. lleprobahly Is; hut thl.Hfaet,aud
all tho 'assuranco he can muster, cannot
comfort him with the thought that In
those, contest he achieved either tjlory
tarfvictory Hut for tho eXcobdluKly-ob
aoxiou I'rrwwhieh Dan iirnuiuigaieii
we (should havo felt sirry for him
Malc'ilnK, as he did, heavy taxation
high tarllls, radical ruleand ruin, against
.fruln,'tlucauo of Justice, right nod the
people, no wonder he was overwhelmed
utterly squelched and dlscomfiltcd. Ho
did "his beit;" but that best only nerved
r to liivitcithtt attention of un advorrar.v
whournied with tho wcubons of (nil!
and Justice, "smashed him."
Two third of tho expert pickpockets In
New York city aro females under twenty
ycariofjago. f , . v t .
Aclrl at Newark, N. J married at 10
In tho morning, and at 11 was consult
ln a lawyer about a divorce.
A clergyman In .Hartford li goine; to
preach on chignons, from the text, "the
glory of woman In her hair."
Mario Taglloni,' tho famed dameu.se,
died last month at Vienna the wlfoof an
Austrian ofllcer of aristocratic Htnudlftg.
California paiers complain that the
feminine element lit vetting lo bu disa
greeably prominent In tho public alia In
of tho State.
In a breach of prom bo oau in Nah
vllle, the female exhibits two hundred
letters written hcrjn three years by Ue
Eugenie hUs doelded to do away with
the extravagance of tho court,, auit ttlm
pllclty In dress is about to dawn upon
The report Is confirmed that of the
Utah women who" voted In Salt Lake
City, recently, about half "wotit thi
straight ticket" against llrlgaham.
Dr. Mary Walker's lecture in New Or
leans, tho 'JMcayune say, was ' deliver
ud in ft bumblo-beu orl of n .fashion to
an Iiumensoarruy of empty benches.!'
When a mother puts her child .to sleep,
of what two plaodi in tho vicinity of
New York does she remind you? Hlng
King and Koclcaway.
A correspondent woto to a uownpnpcr
In behalf of "an aged Indigent mother,
.andwas enraged In tlie,iaoriiliig,tUftthls
appeal was made to reau in i cnau 01 a
one-eyed Indignant woman."
A little four-year-old boy being asked
by his mother If ho would not like to havo
Wings and bo an angel, replied: "No,
jno, I'd rather bo a hawk and Jive on
Tho Hessian Government has forbid
den tho exhibition of children of school
W.o.y traveling showmen. It has nio
forbidden tho employment of children in
ropo dancers, horse, riders and gymuastH,
In a recent duel botu'een two lawyers,
onn of them had shot iiway the'skirt of
tho other's coat. His second, observing
tho truth of his aim, doularod that, had
his friend been engaged with a client, lie
would probably havo hit his pocket.
Tho women .of Florence, N. , J., haye
resolved to adopt tho ulmplo garb .of
"man'jiiKroy trousers, u bluck kersey
pacqtie, and a woman's bonnet." Tliey
decluro tljoj npwomauWiiooo .not
wear Ml Florence, costutub cart bo
. A fonialo button maker In tho employ
of tho Wuterbury Button Company has
' Jn busy times mado88 gross of cloth but
toiis per day. This would bo 13,200 but
tons, requiring hor to press her foot on
the i treadle 110,400 times.
A protty Jijilq bruuptto nf,fourUeii wos
passing along tho atroctsa few days since,
wlionahejivns accosted uyu'etraiigo'map,
rather forso for liquor, who inquired if
hertyiojhor.wo Md liloak assho was. "I
bellovo no!," was tho roply;" "but pray
tell mo If your futhor is us druuk as you
u.ro,?" " t
Tho Redding of Miss MoNtUry; tle
belle of Nnshvillo, to Mr. Chits, H Ollf
toilt of Louisville, on tho 1st lu.( was a,
grand ull'itlr. Tlio ceremony was re
formed at tho First Presbyterian oluirch
by Dslipp Qulntard, assisted Rev Mr.
Leigh. A grand banquet was. lv;eii
afterward at tho rosldouoo of Colonel
McNaJry,1 (ho rldq'd toM'tyr,; qoy,, peji
ter. Gon. Buokner, and all othor ooleurl
tles, mingled among tho gatlierod beau
ty, grace and chivalry representing
Wllrt X,XW '111 111 til 4 nil
Tin; I.cKlslulirc leimrtiiicul
KVMtV ;iM7.VTV TO H.iVK a itri'itr-
Tho Constitutional Convention has
llyajly jigrcQd. upon the article of the
now' Constitution That treats' of tho Leg
islature Department.. Its most impor
taut nrovlslous are as follows:
Hue. 1. Tho Legislative Authority' of
hum otato snail no vested in a uenerai
Assembl v. which shall consist of nHona to
and iiou.e or Jlepresenlntlves', uolh to no
eieciod ny tno neopie.
h'lX'. li. An election for members of the
Uetleral Assembly shall be held on tho
i'uesduy next Utter tho firt -Monday In
.November, In thu year of our Lord ono
thousand eight hundred and seventy,
ami every two years hereafter, in each
and every county, at such places herein
as may no nrovitied uv law.
Skc. 3. No person tdiull be a Senator
until he spall havo attained the ugo of
twenly-flvo years, or a HeprCsontatlvo
until he shall have, attained the aio of
iwenty-ouo year-, and unless he shall ne
a citizen or me united states, aim Mian
have been a resident pf tljls State for
u vp years, ami rpr two years r.exi tire
cedim: his election a resident of tho Dis
trict or Territory forming a rart of the
uinrici mini which lie is elected.
Kl'O 4. 'ihe State shall he divided
Into llfiy-ono Kenatc Districts, each of
which shall choose ono .Senator, and tho
term of olllcu shall bo four years, 'the
.Senators elected In tho year 1872, under
thu Constitution, In Districts bearing
odd numbers, shall vacato their otllce nt
tno cud of two years; and vacancies oc
curriuir bv thu exnlratlon of term, shall
be tilled by tho election of Senators for
mo run term.
Hec. G. Tho apportionment of this
State for members of the Senate, shall be
made by the General Assembly every
ten years, beginning with tho year one
thousand eight hundred and seventy
one, In tho following maimer: The
whole population of the Stato, as as
cerlalued by thu federal ccniut', shall bo
divided by tho number llfiy-ono. and tho
quotient shall Ijo tho ratio of represent!!
lion in me feenuro: and the wnoio popu
latlon snail lm divided, in like manner
by duo hundred and fifty-three, and the
quotient shall 1k tho ratio of representa
tion in mo Jiouso or lteprcscutatives:
and thu apportionment of members
among the several counties shall be mado,l
luuecuruaneo wuu uio provisions oi mis
Article, lu thu manner provided In the
schedule: rroriHit, that the Senuto nt
lullrst semiou under thu Constitution
shell consist of fifty members, m herein
after provided. After the year one thou
sand eigui nunureti una eignty. the
whole population shall bo divided by tho
number one hundred nua nrty-uiiie, and
the Quotient shall bo the ratio of repres
entation In the House of Representatives
ror mo ensuing ten year; ami six nd
ditlonal Reiiruneutatlvt-HNhall bo added
lor o very U vo hundred thoussud Increase
of population nt each decennial census
thereafter, and be apportioned
lu mu samo Juanuer as. provided above.
' Skc. 0 Every county shall be entitled
to one Representative: r,-otldcd, Jta pop
ulation equals thrue-ilfths lu ratio; if
less thau ihrco-ilftbs of a ratio, it shall
uo attached to mo next adjoining county
having the smallest population to Whloh
no other county lias, for the same rrascu,
ueen auacueu, ano me two snail consti
tute a oeparate District Every county
or District, having a population equal to
one ratio and throe-nfths over, sUall be
entitled to two.Rcprescutativcs; aud for
every additional ratio, such county or
Districtxuaii be euiiuod to ono tiuuitlou-
al Rejlrbsentatlvol JVovMcd, that "coun
ties having over two, hundred thousand
inhabitants may bo divided into separ
ate Dl3trc8, of not less than three uor
more man nvu iicnrcscniauvc.s to cacu
District. , ,
Skc. 7. when a county orDIstrictsnall
have a fraction of population above
what shall entitle It to one or moro Ren-
tcseiitatives, according to tilu provisions
of tho foregoing sections, equal to one-
linn or the wiioic ratio, ami it shall bu
utltled to ono uddltlona Jtenresenta-
tlvd in the fifth term of each decennial
period; when such n fraction equals two-
iitnsoi me ratio, it snail uo entitled to
rtn additional Represeutativo In the
fourth mid fifth terms of said periods;
when tljo, fraction equals three-fifths of
the ratio. It shall be entitled to an addi
tional Representative In the third, fourth
and Ilfth terms, respectively; when tho
fraction equals rour-nims or (he ratio, It
hall no eiimicu lu an additional JCepro-
soiitatlvo In tho Bccoud, third, fourth
nun iiiiii it-nut-, renKuu vuiy.
Beo. 6. boiiatoriai iJlstrlcls shall bo
formed lifcontlRiiolis and compact terri
tory, bounded by county Hues, and con-
ai . us nearly as iiraoucaoie. tin enua
number of luhahitauts; but no District
hall contain lcts than four-flfths nulo:
JmMt(l, That counties containing mtyi
than tho threafourthsof Souutorlal ratio
may bo divided into separate .Districts
and shall be entitled to two Senator.--,
nu'd as many additional Senators as they
contain full ratios over two ratios of popu
lation. Sec. 0. In ajl Senatorial, Dlstrlota
whero the'torms of Senators elect sli'all
have expired, or whore there shall bo a
Yacaaojv there shall bo two Seimtord
eleoled In November, 1870, and la all
onatorls,l Dlstrlctstwhoru Sonators elect
shall hold over.the'uextGeueral Assem
blj'i thoro sliull be one additional Sena
tor elected. Said Senator, so clouted,
bliau iiom ineir optces ipr two years
Sec. 10. Tlifa sessions 'of tlio (Jo
Assembly shall commonco
o'clock, noon, pn Wednesday
noxt after !
tho first Monday. In, Jauuary, In tho year
next ensusiiigi the. election of .tlio 'iiioui
bcrs'Uicrcpf, and ut tmother.t(mu, uiiUm
as provided by this Constitution.
"Brio.' l.'l. Any two''jnomborn rf cipher.
Iiouso shall havo liberty to dissent and
protest, in respectful laiiguiigo, against
any not or resolution which they may
think Injurious to tho public or to any
Individual, and havo the reason of their
dissent entered upon me journals.
Sec. 14. When vacancies occur in
either Houee, the Governor, or jierson
exercising the powers of Governor, shall
issue writs or election to nil sucu vacan
Skc. IS. Senators and Representatives
shall, in all cases, except treason, felony
or breach or the peaco, oe privileged
from arrest during tho session oi moueii
erul Assembly, and in going to and r
turultn: from tho same: and for any
speech or debate In either House, tin v
shall not bo questioned In any othor
Skc. 10. Each House may punish by
imprisonment any person, not a mem
ber, who shall bo guilty of disrespect to
mo iiouso ny any disorderly or con
temntuous behaviour in its presence
lint no such Imprisonment shall extend
beyond twenty-four hours at ono time,
unless thu person shall bill! persist In
such disorderly or contemptuous be
Skc. 18. No person elected to the Gen
eral Assembly shall receive any civil ap
pointment within this State from tho
Governor, the Governor and Seuate, or
from the General Assembly, during thu
term lor wiucu ne sua nave been
elected; and all Jsncli metcbers for any
sucu oincoor appolulnicut, shall be void:
nor shall any member of tho General
Assembly bo Interested, either directly
or indirectly, In Any contract with the
State,or any county thereof, authorized
by any law passed during the ttrao for
which lie shall nave been elected, or
during ono year after tho cxplrntlou
IMiUmM County It-aif,
From the Moun-1 Clljf Journal.?
Measles are prevailing In the bounds.
Green P. Garner was elected Justice of
tho Peace In Junction precinct a few days
A hopeful bciuir thinks ho has found
gold on his farm near the Mounds.
Mr. Mcrtz has discovered a bell In a
lump of coal from tho Mount Carbon
Thosheriir Is hunting up tho looso
change In possession of tax paylog citi
zens. I'vrry Count) Item.
(i loin tli 1st Quoin Ti itune, itU.)
The Union Aid Society has done much
to reljevo the wants pi the poor of Du
Quoin this winter. It asks aid from the
Hellulous meetings are held every night
In Du Quoin.
A hni!ni ocpitnlfl hv Mr. H. V. Pn.
The Bcllevlllo and Southern Illinois
Railroad advertises for ties to lay the
track on to Du Quoin.
The election for or against R. It. sub
scription resulted in ruvororsubscrlptlou,
but fraud Is claimed, and a contested
election is likely to bo tho result.
Tho 'Tribune' reports tho peach crop
Mie in rerry county.
HivMnc County Itrmi.
I From llit Mlreoln Promulpttor
Farmers report that tho fruit in tills
county, has not been Injured by the late
Thero has been an unusual number of
deaths, wlthlu tho last few days. Wo
havo heard tho hells tolling very often.
There Is a good deal of sickness In some
neighborhoods just now. Tho sudden
changing of weather Is tho cause.
Wheat Is Improving in appcaranco In
this, county. Somo fields which was
thought to bo entirely killed out, are now
looKiug loicrauiy wen.
Ayountr man, who visited this county
from Cairo, a few weeks since, nnd
returned with lews money thau he ought
to have, reported that ho had been rob
bed while up here, and that the citizens
had made pursuit and caught and
hanged tho thief somo ton or twelvo
miles from Metropolis, in a German set
Our school directors nppcar to bo
nfrnld to incur expenses to get a lot and
build a new house for the education of
children. Our present school house Is a
shame to tlio place. We must Incur ex
pemo to get one suitable to the public
Judge John H. Hicks died very sud
dculy at his residence, in this place, on
last Monday. The Judgo lias been a
very prominent citizen of mis count v
for many years, and. has held several im
Tlio Island of Juau Fernandez has
been purchased' by un enterprising Ger
man, who has exported tlilthor a con-
hlderable colony of his oouutrymen, and
supplied them with suitable Implements
of agriculture. Tho popular notion of
tho Island derived from Kobiuson Crusoe.
II a very incorrect one. Juau Fernandez
Is a lonir. rocky Island, about as lurco as
Statcu Island, lying four hundred miles
oil' Valparaiso, on the coast of Chill. If
things havo not deteriorated siuco Sel
kirk's time, tho uerman colonists will
have pleasant nuarters a climate so
good that the trees aud grass aro verdant
ull tlio year round, and u sou so rertllo
that overy thing thrives luxuriantly,
Mr. Johnson, tho member of Congress
from California, who discussed thu
Chineso question the other day in the
House, concluded his speech with theso
slgulflcont words: "Nov mark mo as I
conclude: You wllinovorenrranchlso the
Chinamen, no matter how many laws,
" that ell'ect you pass, neither will yon
tiegrauo uaiuornia ami uio raeiuo coast
bv pass! n L' a Chineso civil rights bill, ah-
thorlzlmr the inulntalnance of a fleet of
ships nnd army of men to set the Chinese.
auove and on a level wuu our poopie. 1
threaten nothing, but 1 know California,
and I know the army and navy is too
small to protect the Chinese vote lu that
Loose statements sometimes do a great
ucai or injury and propogale no littloim
portant error. "There are," says tho
newspapers, "fifty male and thirty fo
male murders In tho Mlchitrah pen I ten
tlary;" and this is made an argument
lor mo rovivai in mat otato or tno Death
Penalty. Now, without auy evidence
before us, we tako the liberty of not bo
lieving that eighty persons guilty of mur
der In the first degreo aro. nt present
couuneu in mis penitentiary. Probably
this number, If It bo accurate, represents
every phaso of homlcldo; and the qus
Hon is, how many, of. theso prisoners
would have boon hanged,'lf hanging had
remained In fashion lu Michigan?
uuimney are properly- ciassineu sucu
siaicmonus aro worso man none r.t an.
.enow xorK Tribune.
JTUCKRIEGEL, NEWBERRY & CO.,
PBACriCAfi MARBLE WOKKEKS,
oral Importer of
Itnllnn 5Irljlr, Scotch U rati lie, Etc.
Wure-roomi anil Worlc-ihop cor. I i fil. Ann Mn.
lfonumlitll V&lllt-. riri.irft.Stnnn. 7irfintl f'tilmli
;-."riviir, j-.yiiKii, uiTinan onu jiourrvr irurr
inf-uqn in ine Mri i lo i rrurwe (mil -tnnile tJUri
f the bt culntora of Kiirnini Immirtpil. nivl nit
work gnaranlcel, Korilili?tn,'nply to
t'Alll. li. tiiu.ma, Attnl
Jiikilitr Cor. ftlitrect-uidCotnmcrclal bio.
QITY NATIONAL HANK.
V. V. IIAM.IDAY. Prrildcntt
A. II. HAFKOHU, Caihlrri
WAXTEIl IIYVLOl'i Ai.lttr.nt Caihltr.
8, BTAATBTATLOH, I W. P.KAI.L1IIAT,
HCOTT WIIITK, UUIIT.ll.lCU.SMNOHAM,
UKO.U. WILLIAMSON, I M'tPHES' III HP.
A. U. Ar KOHD.
Excbaugc, Coin, and United States Bonds
Uought tiil Holil.
Dtpoxtt Rteexhd, and a Otneral Hanking
rpiIK KIHST NATIONAL BANTv
DA2VIKL HVItl), I HURT. W. .Mil, I, Kit
l'rrinlrnt. I Vi c-lT Hlnt.
CM. HUOIIKH, Cahitr.
Collections Promptly Attended lo.
tCiclmni, Coin, Ilauk Xotei ami United
33oub1i1 aud Sold,
Allowed on Tinio Deposits.
II. II. Cnntlee.
AXDEE & MORRIS,
Notaries l'ubllc aud Insuranco Agents.
OFFICENO. 1 Ohio Lntt, City National
Hank lluilding. dcc'Jltf
I IIIK AM) 3IAUJNK:
MERCHANT. Ins. Oo., or Clilcajo ;
CAPITAL AND ASSKW ft HUC.72S 11
SECURITY Ins. Co., of New York:
CAI'lTAI, AND ASSKTS -..ftl,732,S 10 00
C03Uli:itCIAL Ins. Co., of Chicago;
CAI'ITAI, AND ASSETS H 310,010 31
INDEPENDENT Ins. Co., of Denton j
CAPITAL AND AHShrTS .. 030,000 00
SAN0A.H0 Ins-. Co., of Sprlnglleld:
CAPITAL AND ASSETS '420,027 S3
AURORA Iui. Co., of Aurora, 111. ;
CAPITAL AND AS3LT3 aio.mio II
STATE Eire Ins. Co., of Clovolnntl, O.j
UAI'U'AL AM) ASSrH'Si tf 231,03U Ub
j. s. iii;akii: sc. co., Agtn,
Orc I'lr National limit,
IRK AND MARINE INSURANX'U,
NIAGARA, NKW YORK;
A&nny,,. 81,130,210 2U
GERMANIA, NKW YORK;
AS-i -.Tf ,oi),oat 7
HANOVER, NKW YORK;
Aa.1t.Tn. 7-0,7U I-j
REPUBLIC, NEW YORK;
AriSi:TSM 3711,923 O
t'oniprlninstlie Undcxnrltco Aiicncr, .
YONKEItS, NEW YORK;
ASSKTS 8S7S,401 13
ALBANY CITY; , ,
ASSKTrl- ft3S,103 US
FIREMAN'S FUND, SAN FRANCISCO
Afwl.lo, (aoil)...U7S,000 Oil
SEOURVrX, NEW XOUK; .(Marjne,)
lUCL-Tt- .m.. ..... n n
n.)nia(....H.t.).lffll4,n u IIU
I '. ,', ,,,11 .
btorM. lwelllnKi. furnldiri-. Imlli ami carcopn
lnurrl l rt4 m fTArwUo ti'-mjim.l ptmiauent
uourily.wilt wartunt, , ,
J rrnpettftilly kf tiielllsAM at Wro, t thereof
their atroilgu. ' -
' Olfleo t Klrt National lUnlc.
ANTKU-Alexander County Ortlera, al to ct
and KitT Serin at HA cent on tha dollar, for al
kind or Lumber and ilttlltle r' Material!.
laulUtr W, W, THOKNTON.
W. BTIIAITON. " TIui'U'
gTRATTON &BIRD, ' rh
(Succmori to8trtton, Hu.U.at Clrk),
urocers and Cominlssloa Mercfearta,
American I'omlrr t o., nnd MannlatarM
--- iur uiiuii xarna,
ocii ow?r 07 0,,l ee c-,ro-IU-
JM. I'lIILLIPS A CO.,
Forwardla; and Commission Serchaati
nilAUPOOAT I'MOrMETOtMt ! '
Oalz-o - . . XUijaolM.
Liberal Advances Made on Contgnment$.
.nVr0iPffps.rtJ 10 r"";f "" or forwrd Ireirhtt to
ill pout,; l.ityoroluoootnimMloa. UuilnSi 1-
Q W. GREEN,
(Mucccnor toF!lli. Orn ifi, :
Ucnoral Coaulsilon Merckut.
Q. D. WILLIAMSON,
I'liODUCE AND COilMIHSION
ZVX B R O 3E3C JSk. IS3T T.
No. 70 Ohio L,te, Cairo, III.
Ht?Cfftl Attention rimn ta rtnnilmin.nl. a.. I- Jit'ti J.
--.I,. .v-..Ruunu nut until B
gAM'L WILSON, ;
BOAT STOKES, GROCERIES IIUDPRO-
(XIO Olxio Xjovoe, . ',.
ccl3f Cnlro, llUnato.tir
FLOUR MEltCIIAXT AXIl 'jffll.ilirBSi
K. to Ohio I.ero, Cmir, IlllaolB. !
Onirrq nllpitfit n,l (.t ..ti. ..n Jij'i J.m
1YA8 T. l'AKKEIl. JOHN 11. PJULUi.
PARIUCR Sc PIIILLIS, i -I'-'.X
OcntrM .. j
Commission aud Fonrnrdluir MorUu
An-l Ut!tit (.' i Nil
:ny, Corn, Uitt-t, llrnn, hihI all IMiulaol
t. D. AYEBS. , J.ATETIS.
tSD OtXIIlL Jt
0 Af M 1 S SI ON M E Jt CJtVV.TX
No. 133 OliloLerct, OAIKO.ILI
mrl7lir ll4. .r- vT?
Iilr la ntocrlM, Lime, Vmt 1'nrli, PlttUrt
uir, cmtnt. "
JLd JL hi.
In Uillc, lw)m on Imml. Corner Klclitlt Ireol
Oiiiol.te,umro lliiuuu. " mrlHif
John V. THOVKll A. CO.,
DROKERS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS
KirMI" "Orel, jx-cond door frura Com. At
AIo, Pjaca TioktU frou
Itwrpool, London, Havre, Antwerp. Snmtn
and Hamburg, to Ntw 'ork, .
Or lo any point Wtit.
aCollrelloni mvleon any point In Enrope.
JOHN W. TROVER & CO.,
Real Estate, Bund and Stock Broken.
Will attend fo tlio payment of State, County and City
h"5!'?UUK 1'U'Ibc Pe"lln'n OENEllAI.
Kioiitu Stuket, second door from Com. Ave.,
ilecumdtf ' Cairo, III.
140 (M.tIKUOIAI. AVUNCK,
la Kllidtt A llsylliorno h Hoot and Shot Ctri
UIO, ILLINOIS. , , A
irCimracdono a aliort nolle. mrdtt
STpVES, TINWARE, ETC. "
ARALLEY'S OH ARTE R OA K
. I'opprr, Tin and Sheet Iroa . 4 -T.O
No. tttC WASHINCTON AVENUEe
(AboTo the Market Home.) 'P5""
KootinK. (lutterine. Hnoutlnir and SleainLoat Work
done in a ucai and auUtauttiii manner, at ehoitnu
aMatilatt' ''-' ' -' - " - - r--