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CAIRO ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. MARCH 20, 1874.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COtfltflT
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UUJII8TIAN CUUKCU-Kighteentli treet
between WMbUMrtoBMd .walnut.
Preaching every third and fourth Sunday .
Sunday ehoet at 8 p.
l'rayer tateting Wedneeday evening.
U II TKiMnLK, l'astor.
l'roschlnj?, rJabbeth at 104 a.a. and 7ft p.B
l'rayer meetug, Wednesday at 71 P. to.
Sabbath Bchool, 8p.m. J. M. Lansdon, Su
perintendent. HaV. II. Tuayxr, Pastor
KKTHOW8T-0. Eighth and Walmt Sla.
IYimcMbc, Sabbath at 11 a.m., and 7 p.
Prayer mooting. Wednesday, 7j p.m.
Habbath Bchool, 3. p.m. L. W. HUUweU,
fiuoerlntendont. ltav. J. h. Waller,
UUUUCU.UV TIUC 11EDKEMEU (Epttco-
lorala prayer. Sabbath 101
Evening prayer. 71 p.m.
sabbath School, 0 a.n.
: Umv. Cham. A. (Iii.dkut, Hector.
eT. KATMCK'8 OUUUCH-Nlnth St. and
l'ublic service, Habbath 8:10 and 10 a.m.
Vespers, 7 P.m.
yabbath SeLool. 2 p.n.
ticrvlce every day. 8 a.m.
Krv. P. J. O'lUUAHU, Priest.
t;T. JOSKPU'B CUUHCH. (Oennan,) cor
ner of Walnut and Crow rtroctn,
Mans, every Habbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
V crpers, 2 p. m.
Mam during week days, 8 o'clock a. m.
Kav. Home ah, Priest.
street between Washington Avenue and
Preaching itundsy-morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at '1 o'clock p. m.
1 1 Kkt. C. liontaoitMBK, Pastor.
iOUSO HKN'B OUKIiiTlAfl A8SOCIA.
TION. Heguler meeting aecond Monday
eaohmoathat their room over Rockwell
A Co' book (tore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, ""rlday, 71 p.m. at
L. W. dTIIXWIll, l'reildent.
KCOND . MISSIONARY UAITIST
CUUUCll.-Corner Hyeamore and Korty-
tint Btroeta. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
The church is connected with the IIllnotH
Association, by the Klnt Mlwlonary JJap-
tist Church ol Cairo.'
Itav. Bolohon Lionaku, Ptttor.
AVK10AM MtmiODIST. Fourteenth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Service, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
tia'jbath School, 1 p.m.
Claw meet at 3 p.m.
HKOOND KIIKK WlUi BAPTIST'-FU-
lecnth fltreeL, between Walnut and Cedar.
Bervtcee Sabbath. 11 and 3 p. m.
.nt. it.it i ii.mOT'iait tmuv ulocinll
SAUBATU - 8t'IiOOIi. Corner Walnut
and Oedar BtreetA.
Babbath School, H a.m.
riRST 'HKE WILL UAITIST CUUltCU
Beirfcae, Sabbath 1 1 a.m., 3 p.m. ft 71 p. m.
Hxv. Wm. Kbllxt, Paitor.
llBfiT M1SSIONAUY BAPTIST CUUltCU.
.Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath, 101 a,tn. and 7 p.m.
Prayer meeting, W ednoiday evening.
Preaehlw?, Friday evenlmr.
Habbath School, 11 p.m. John VanUaxtcr
aad Mary Stephen, Superintendent.
Kkv. T. J. Suobks, Pastor.
fKCONU BAPTIST CHUKClT Fourteenth
(ttreet, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only liaptut church recognized by the A-
wniMi, Sabbath. 11a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
urff. Jacoii BKaiiLKV. Eldr.
CA1UO OOMMANUKKY, NO. 13. SUted
Atsembly at tho Afylum Masonic Uall, tint
and tklra Monday in each mouth.
CAIKO COUNCIL, No.24. Iteifular Convo-
cation at Maaonrc Uall, the tccond Friday
In each month.
UA1BO CUAlTEIt No. 71. Regular Con-
vecatioa at Maeonle Uall, on the third
Tueaday ot every month,
3AUtO LODGE, No. 237 F. A A. M.-Rckji-
l&r Communicatloni at Maaonlc Uall, the
eecond and fourth Monday of each month.
ALEKANUKH LODQK, 234 MoeU In Odd-
FeUow' Uall, in Arter" bullduig, every
Tbunday evening at S o'clock.
Governor John L. lloveridgc.
Boretary of State Ucorpo H. Uarlow.
Auditor of BUto C. E. Llpplncott.
State Treaaurcr Casper ltutz.
Attorney Goncral Jame K. Edsall.
Senators Richard J. Oglesby and John A.
'lSapretentative Klhteenth DUtrict lsacc
MEMBERS OENERAIi ASSEMBLY,
lleprcsentatlve In the Mth dlotrlct.
.'ohn JL Oberly, Vm. A. Lemma and ilath
Btnator for the COth district. Jcaic Ware.
Judge D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
Stale' Attorney PatrioU U. Popo.
Clerk H. S. Yocum.
Hherilf A. U. Irvlu.
Wm. Martin Amoasor and Trcaiurer.
Surveyor John l'j Uely.
Judge- F. Bros.
AMOclate J. E. McCrite and S. Marchil
lon. Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. Gomman.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer R. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller-K. U. Fall!,
Clerk Michaol Uowloy.
Attorney U. Wataon Webb.
Polico llaglitrates F. Broi and J. J.
Mughal andChlerof Paltco Wm.MclIale.
Stroet Comraliulonor I). J. Galllgan.
Member l'ollco Force A. Cain largcnt,
5V. W. Wooten, Phillip Uolm,Cha. Mohtier
tnd Uenry T. Martin.
BOAIXD OK aUlBRMEN.
Flrit ward Ulram lllxby and J, M.
Second ward Ucrnian Meyer and Wood
Third ward John MoKwen and F. Kor
uover. Fourth ward-O. F. Nelll and M. J.
Fifth ward Jno. 11. Robinson and Wm.
i I. USiIII.lt.
WHITE UOLLAlTPLANINO MILL)
H WAI.TKUH, FroprietoT,
HA.11D Aiiu SOFT LTB1BKR
LATH, aillNGLEa, OKUAK POHTO
DOOH8, 8ABI1, UL1NDH
, ORDKltB BOLIOITRU.
KurnUlioil on iborteit notio.
Oimmoiclal nvonuo, botwoon Tenth and
A " ' ' .
No. 1 1 0
Ohio Lekvc Oairo, Ii.lisoI
MMMMa MTATB AHUfOT.
O. WINSTON k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (flBooxn vlood) onio liyii,
But ahd Sill Bial Kstati,
FUBNIBU AI18TBA0T8 OF TITLR
K. SMYTH & CO.,
XTOl GO OHIO LEVEB
NEW LIVERY STABLE.
MILLS Vi PARKER, Proprietor.
Tenth Street, between Walnut and Wash
ington. Uavingpurchatcdthe entire stock, Stable,
Horaes, Carriage, Bllggle, etc., ot Dr.
Field, and added several new "turnouts"
Mr. Parker now lnvltcf all bis frleinM, old
and new, in wxntot S.vidln Horc, Double
or Slnglo UsrrliiKe, or anything i1m In hi
Inc. to cite I'll" a call. 141 12-lni
O. W. WHEELER,
WOO.X) -A. 3nI X5 COAL
OFFICE ASD YARD:
Tenth Street, between Washington and
A large supply of Pittsburg and Big
Muddy cosl conatantly on hand. Stove
wood sawed to order. Orders for ccal or
wood should bo left at the omen on Tenth
tsreet. Terms, cash on delivery.
Cairo Box and Babket Co.
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
HMD AND MOrT.
Keep constantly on nana
Floorinq and Siuino, also Latii.
U rile mi sjollellea
MILL AND YAKP C0RNKR TUIHTT-VOUBTli
HTBXKT AND OHIO X.BYKB.
UAIRO, - ILLINOIS. 30-7
John Q. Uarman. cuas. Turupp
JOHN Q. QARMAN & CO.,
And Land Agents of the Illinois Cent
and Burlington and Missouri Railroad oom
ortii Oor. of OtU at. anil u Lave
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to.ParEcr ABIake,)
PAINTS AND OILS
' Aid In oelebraten illuminslls
imOSS'LUILDIHO COB llTH ST. OOM
;iim 1 miitiiMrw.
WOODJ BlTTKNIIOtlSR k BRO
General Commiwioo Morohanf
UK OHIO 1.HV1E
QKNERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer tn
Limb, Ubmmt, Fulmtbb, ILub, Stc.
XO thlo lvee, '
iari will tell in car load lot at manuia
turcr' price, adding freight. 4-2-11
J. ftl. PiilLLlPS,
Forwarding and CoroaiiBsion
prepared to forward all kind of freight
to all point.
BuidneM attended to promptly.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
o. 7tt Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS
tgr.Speclal attention given to consign
ment and tilling orders. 11-2 ti
MILLER k PARKER,
FOR WARDING MKKOHANTS,
DEAL EBB IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS roit FAIRBANKS BOALSfl
Ohio Levoo. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Agents American Powder i ompanv
No. 57 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS.
N. B. Thlstlewood. P. J. Tliistcwood
THISTLE WOOD & CO.,
Commissi oi Mb r chants
FLOUR, CORN, OATS HAY. ETC
tio. 78 OUIO LEVKK.
PK T K R O U ii L,
No. HO OHIO LEVKK,
3-20 tf. OAIRO, ILLINOIS
7. D. MATHUSb. X. C. UIIL
MATUUSS & UIIL
C O M MISSION M 11 O II A N TB
HAY AND AVBSTRN PRODUCE,
JOHN R. l'ULLlH & SON,
t)ueoiors to John H. Pbllllt,)
DEALERS IN HAY, .CORN, OATH
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,'
AOKNTS FOR LAFLINAND HAND
Uoi; Tkhtii Strut abd Ohio Lbtkb
4th Grand Gift Conckrt
For the benellt of tlio
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY.
Success Assured !
A FULL DRAWING CKRTA1N
ON TUESDAY,31stof MARCH NEXT.
IX order to meet the general wisti and
expectation of the public and ticket hold
er for tho full payment of tho magnificent
gilts, announced for the Fourth (Irand Gift
Concert of the Public Library of Kentucky,
the management have determined to post
pone the Concert and Drawing until
TUESDAY, tho 3lst of Maroh 1874.
They have already realized
NO FORTH KR POSTPONEMENT
And have a great many agents yet to hear
No doubt Is entertained of tho sale ol
every ticket beforo tho drawing, but
whethor all are sold or not tho drawing will
positively and unequivocally tike place on
the day now tlxed, and ii any remain un
sold tliey will be cancelled and the prizes
will be reduced In proportion to the unsold
Only 00,000 tickets havn been IsMisd, and
12 ooo cash a-i.ra:s:
will bo distributed among tho tlckot hold
ere. The tickets are printed In coupons ot
tenths, and all fractional Darts will bo repre
sented In the drawing just as whole tickets
list or oirro.
One Grand Cash Gift 9260 00
One Grand Cash Olft 100 000
One Grand Cafch Gift W 000
One Grand Cih Gift 95 000
One Grand Cash Gift 17 500
10 Cash Gifts 910,000 each 100 000
80 Cash Gills 6,000 each 150 000
50 Cash Gift
bO Cash Gilts
100 Cash Gifts
150 Cah Gins
259 Cash Girts
325 Cah Gifts
1.000 each 60 000
500 each 40 000
400 each 40 000
m each 45 000
'200 each 50 000
100 each ...... . 3-2 500
50 each 610 000
11,000 Cash Glita
Total, 13,000 Gilts all Cab, amount
ing to $i wju wu
Tho chances for a Gilt aro as one to live.
TRICE or TICKETS.
Whole tickets .... 50 00
Halves 25 00
Tenths, or ach;coupen - 5 00
V Whole ticket tor ... 600 05
23 Tickets for ... 1,000 00
11U Whole tickets for - - 5,iXX 00
227 Whole tickets for - - 10,000 00
. No discount on less than 500 worth ol
The Fourth Gift concert will bo conducted
in all respects, tike the three that have al
ready been iriven. and lull particular mav
be learned Irom circular which will be sent
frco Irom this olUce to all who apply for
Orders for tickets and anDllcations for
agencies will be attended to In the order
they are received, and it la hoped they will
be sent in promptly, that tbrro may bo no
dlsapolntmcnt or delay id "filling- h1. .Lib
era' terms arc given toUWtjWho buy to sell
ag-aln. All agents afJMfilptorlall re
quired fo settle up tlierr accounts and ie
turn all unsold tickets by the 20th day of
March. TIIOS. ti. BRAMMCTTti,
Ajcent Public Library, Ky., and Mauturer ol
Gift Concert, Public Library bnilding,
VdSlUA, LEMON, ETO.,
?or Flavoring Ice Cream, Cakes L Pastry.
With great care, by a new proccsa, we
extract from tho true, select Fruits and
Aromatics, each characteristic flavor aw?
produce Flavorings of rare excellence.
Of great strength and perfect purity,
Ao poisonous alt. Eecry flavor as rep
riicnted. No deceit each bottle full
measure, holding cnt-half more than
others purporting to hold same quantity.
Uif them once, will use no other. The
most delicate, delicious flavors ever made.
Bo superior to the cheap extracts. Ask
for Dr. Price's Special Flavorings, llao
uf actured only by
Depots, CHICAdO sad ST. LOUIS
Manufacturers of Br. Price's Cream
The great discovery or the
age. There lsno pain which
the Centaur Liniment will not
relieve, no swotting which it
will not subdue, and no lame
nos which it will not cure
. Litis la strong langnaeo. but
It is true, ill no numDug:
the recipe Is printed around
A circular containing certlfl.
'atea of wonderful cure ot rheumatism
neuralgia, lock-Jaw, sprains, swellings,
burns, scald, caked-breastB, poisonous
bite, frozen leet, gout, saltrheuro, ear-ache
&o,, and the recipe ot the Llmment will bo
ent gratis to anyone. It Is the most won
derful healing and pain relieving agent the
world has overproduced. It sells as no ar
ticle ever before did soil, and It sellsbecause
it does just what It protends to do. One bot
tle of tho Centaur Liniment lor animals
(yellow wrapper) 1 worth u hundred dol
lars lor spavined, strained or galled horses
and mules, and for scrow-worm in sheen,
No family or stook-owner can afford to be
without Centaur Liniment. Price, 60 cents;
aegr bottle. 91. ,1. U, Rose & Co., 63
Uroadwar, Now York.
CA8TOR1A i inoro tuan a substitute tor
Castor Oil. It 1 the "only bavb artlclo In
existence which I ure to regulate the bow
els, euro wlndoolio and produce natural
sleep. It Is pleasant to take. Children need
not cry and mothers may sleep. 10-7 wly
BEMI8, HRO., & CO.,
jAsbntb IIohi Cotton Mills
NO. 80 Ohio l,evr, Cairo. Ills,
AUU HKALth IN
Bioutu Btubbt, Rbtwbbm Wabbibotob
akd oommbboiai. avbxttm,
adjotatar BUUaaliosM Md HaNar'n
Keep h best or BmI, Pork, Mattos Vl
Lamb, Sauaace, to., tad are prsparwl lo sM
fltisaas la Xhm moit octb manner.
HYLAND k BAUER,
A1TD OBALBBS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OP KVKRY DESCRIPTION,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenu
next door to the Uyland saloon.
11-16 tf. OAIRO, ILLS.
JAMBS KYM ASTON,
AKD DBAtKB IB
khh KINDS OF FRK811 ilKATS
Msar cor. Twendeth Nlreet nnrt (lo
Buys and slaughters only tho best Cattle,
Uogs and Sheep, and 1 preparod to flU or.
Jers for Fresh Meat from one to ten thou
HIVE SYRUP AND TOLU
Dr. Cox' Hive (Croup) Syntp has been
known and used by the medical profcsnrbn
over 100 vears, una as a remedy lor Cold
and Coughs has an older and better rep. na
tion than any other Cough medicine ever
uuercu kj mil puuiic. Jl is knoH'U as me
Compound .Syrup of S'mllls, and a formula
may be tntind In every medical dispensatory.
Ur. Ransom's 11 he Syrup and Toln, lu ad
dition to the Ingredients for Cox's lilvc
Syrup, contains Ilalsam oi Vulu, decoction
oi Skunk Cabbage Root and Lobelia, a com
bination that must commend It to every one
as n superior remedy lor Croup, Whooping
Cough, Asthma, llrouchltls. Coughs nnd
Colds. Indeed lor all affections or tho Throat
and Lungs when a cough medicine Is
This Syrup is carclully prepared under
tho personal direction ot a regular l'hyi
clan ol over twenty years practice, whoso
signature is attached to the directions on
Its taste Is very pleasant and children
Evory family should keep It ns a ready
remedy for Croups and Colds, etc., among
tho children. m
1). Ransom, Son & Co., Propr's, UnffaTo,
DR. J. R. MILLER'S
This medicine may with propriety be
called an "Unlvcrnal Remedy," as it Is fust
superseding un outers us a general family
medicine. It cures, as If by MAGNETIC
INFLUrJNCK, Neuralgia and all pain, and I
tbereforo very property termed "Magnetic
Ualm," It is purely a vegetablo preparation,
lthasro cuual as a remedy for Cholera,
Cholera Morbus. Dlarrh(ra,l)yentary,Collc
and all Rowel Complaint.
Its timely uso will cure Colds, Croup,
Diphtheria, Quinsy, and all Throat allee
tions. When properly used, Fever and Aguo,and
othor complaints incident to our western
and southern cllmatesro easily broken up.
Nervous Pain, SIck-lloadachc, and Rheu
matism aro cured by this medicine when all
others have, fulled, Tootbacho, Karacho.
Rums, Chilblains uud llruisos aro rolloved
at once by its use.
The genuine has D. Ransom & Co.'s pri
vate Revenue Stamp on tho ouUlde,and l)r.
,1. R. Miller's Magnetic Halm blown in the
Kxamino closely and buy nona but the
Hold by all Druggists. Prico lift cents per
It. Ransom, Son A Co., Propr's. Buffalo,
N. Y. Jan. iiS-w-Ut.
TH E NEW
Relwccn Sixth and Seventh Streets, Cairo
T. R. ELLIS. Proprietor.
Tho Now Arlington douse Is now open
for tho reception of guets, The house Is
located In the heart ot the business portion
of tho city, and convenient to stesmbon
landings and railroad depots, (food sample
rooms for commercial agents. Watch kept
day and night for bouts am truius.
, PARKER BROS!
C. 0. (J. 0.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to supply customers with the
best quality of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at llalllday llro. olllco, on
Ohio Lovee. or at the Coal Yard below tho
St. Charles ilntel.wlll recelvo prompt atten
tion. The Trl "MosTAVJK" will bring coul
longstdo to steamers ntany hnifr.'
Buy the World-Renowned
SMtllB Sflwinsi Macli
THE BEST IN THEWORLD
The Highest Premium
was awarded to it at
Ohio State Fair ;
Northern Ohio Fair;
Amer. Institute, N.Y.;
St. Louis Fair;
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair ;
Georgia State Fair ;
The Best Sewing Machines
and doing the largest
and best range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct
fST For Hemming, Fell
ing, Stitching, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, Embroid
ering, Quilting, & Stitching
fine or heavy Goods, it is
Where we have no Agents,
we will deliver a Machine for
the price named above, at the
nearest Rail Road Station of
Needlos for all Sowing
Machines for Sale.
Old Machines taken in Exchange.
Send for Circulars, Price
List, &c, and Copy 'of the
Wilson Reflector, one of the
best Periodicals of the day,
devoted to Sewing Machines,
Fashions, General News and
WUn Seiim Mine Co.;
I take pleasure in calling
the attention of the public to
my fesh and full stock of
now and elegant Furniture," it
my Furniture and Matrass
Factory, corner Sevonteefith
Street and Washington "Ave
nue. My stock embraces
Uedsteads, "Wadrobes, Bu
reaus, Sideboards, " "Wash
stands, Tables, Chairs, Bug
gies, Matrasses and,in a word,
all that is useful or orna
mental in my lino.
This being the oaly manu
factory of Furniture in this
city, I propose offering better
goods at lower prices, " and
have mad a largo reduction
in tho prices of all -my goods.
Call and examine my stock
and secure an outfit of cuoice
Furniture. To the wholesale
trade I offer special induce
ments. Note the place
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wholesales and Retail Dealer in Fur
niture aud Matrasses.
ProipeetHS for 1874-HTTMT4R
An lllutratd Monthly Journal, tmivenallv
admitted to ba Uie.)udaonM(t period,
leal In the World. AraareaeataUvo
and champion of Amtrtcan Utc .'
Mr vok 3ar.i in J oor o JKtm Stoma
Tlio Alillne, whilo tinted with aU tho reg
ularity, had none of the temporary or lime
ly Interest characterlHlo of ordinary peri
odical. It U an elegant miscellany of pure
light and (jnicottil literature ; and collec
tion ot picture, the rareit peclmen of ar
ticle skill, In black and whlto. Akhiufh
eauli succeeding number afford a &h
Eleaeuro to its friend, tho real value end
oauty of The Aldtne will bo moat appreci
ated after it ha been bound ud at the cloaa
o( the year. While other publication! nay
claim superior cheapnew. aa o'JUpared with
rivals of a similar iTaM, the Aldtne la an un
ique and original conception alone and un-
upproacneu aoioiuteiy wiuoui ooaoepuon
In price or character.
A.HT DKAUTMBNT, 1874.
The IllustratloM or tne AWtoe nave .won
a world-wide reputation, and in the art cen
tres ot Europe it 1 en admitted fact' that
its wood cuts are example of the hlgfceet
perfection ever attained. .The cobUbW
prcjudlcoln favor J' "iteel plates," 1 rap
idly yioldlng to a i- .edoeated ud d
crialnattnir taate which raootralxea. tba tA.
vantage the advantage or luperlor artistic
quality with greater facility of prodnetloB.
The quarterly tinted plate for 187e willbe ;
by Thou. Moran and J. U, Woodward. : , '
tub unrmuna tsrae tor line will contain
special design appropriate to the.' aaeaaci,
by our best artliu, and will surpaae in at
tractions any ot lu prodecetior.
ritEMIUMS VOX 1174. ,
Kvcrv subscriber to the Aidina lor lb
your 1874 will receive a pair of chrome.
The original picture were painted in oil foi
tho tmbllabera of the Aldlae. bv Thomai
Moran, whose great olorado. ploture aad
purcnaseu oy oongrea ior ten HMtusa
dollar. The subject were eboea t .np-'i
resent ten thousand dollars. .The lubjeel
were cuuseu wi ri'uieacut "las uh maa
"The West." One is a view In the Whit..
Mountains, new uampsoirev wm otaal
gives the Cliff of Green river, WyoariaJ
territory. The chromos are each workej
trom thirty distinct plate, and are In '.ltM
(18x10) and appearance exact fao-almllea o'
the original. I
HWXUK, N. J.t Sept. 20. 187J. I
Jlessr. Jame button e co. . I
Obntlkmk.v I am delighted with thU
meuhanloal prscei of ihe orkriBalDaiasiaMl'
Very respeclfully, . ' Tsoa. MonaST.)
can. They are by an ortnal Ame ricaa ui
nnuu with tflutAPl.l Aff A ' muuTZ1'
lure, from dexlgni of American sceaery t
an American painter, and presenteelte ttt
scrlbers to the first -unnimfiil flaieTloi
Art Journal. If no better basaiua til
this, they will certainly poasea aa-inter
no loreign prouueuon can inspire, aad ni
thcr are they any toe, worse If by reason
peculiar facilities of production they o
the publisher only a'Ulewh11e equal!
every respeci looiuer earonio mat are K
singly for doublj the lUbterlpUen pxlem
tho Aldlne. 1 . " t
if any subscriber ahould indicate m
feronce for a tfure eubject, Ue pafaaeti
win senu "mouxuta ot uoa:' aex.v"
beatlful cbromo, 14x30 tnokes, npreeeatv
a little Italian exile whose, speaking a.'-'
betray the longing ol his heart . f,
n nnnm. In llMDCa with Oil Oh I-'
. ... . 'M
Vr SKD -BllTH irfsi: u. nLroa.Jii
mounieu, varawneo. a iinnn oy or
The Aldlne will, here alter, he oMalsaV
oulyby subioriptleU. iTheee wtUswaa
duuu't or club rate ; eaeh far iwbecitft.
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