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TttUttSDAY, OUTOUKH 8, 1874.
enetal Pnpar at Use Oltr Oonntr
IUUN IU OUKMA. Kdltor mil Vvbllshsr
TEUMB OFTllK DMU UULU5TIN
Oaewaek, by carrier 9 9-"
Oasysarby carrier, In advance 10 00
Ont year br carrier It not paid In
advance 'A 00
One month, by mill 100
rhrse months 8 00
ixaosUu. 6 53
fina Tftar 10 00
TKMIS OT WISKLT RULLKTIK.
IOTirUbly In dvance
Beading snnllcr no rry pas.
Democratic Stato Ticket.
For State Treasurer
For Superintendent ot Public Instruction
S. M. ETTER.
For Congress Eighteenth District,
V.r Jtnrntttrirtrtlll UMrttt,
FOUNTAIN E. ALUIUG1IT,
FtnsT Tbo restoration ol gold-and silver
ailho basis o( tao currency; tho resumption
ot specie payments as soon as posslblo with
out disaster to tho business ot tbo country,
by steadily opposing Inflation and by tlio
payment of tbo national indebtedness In the
money ot tbo civilized world.
Secoxd Frco commerce; no tariff forany
other purposo but revenuo.
Third Individual liberty nnd opposition
to sumptuary laws.
Fouhto Tho right and duty of tho
Stato to protect Us citizens from extortion
and unjust discrimination by chartered
Fifth Itlgld raslrlctlon ot tho govern
ment, both Stato and National, to tbo legit
imate domain of political power by oxclud
lng therefrom alt executive and legislative
Intermeddling with the affairs of Society
whereby monopolies nro fostered, prlvll
edged clascs aggrandized, and ludlvldua
freedom unnecessarily nud opprc'idtcly
Tho following Contral Committee
was appointed by tho Republican con
gressional convention that met a
Mound City, August 13, 1871 :
Aloiandor county, O. W. MoKeaig ;
Jackson, Don, li. Wiley;
Johnson, A. J. Aldcn;
Massac, Henry Armstrong;
Portv, B. J.l'arVs;
Vopo, II. t. Baker ;
Pulaski, George W. Morti, Sr.;
Randolph, D. K. McMasters;
union, it. u. ounson;
"Williamson, lltlo Krwln.
Tho follovrini; Central Commilleo
was appointed by tho Jtcpuhlican con-
Toutiu -I hn lMlticth senatorial (lis
triot, hold at Mound City, August 13
Aloxandor county, K. K. Walbridgoj
Jackson, Ezra 0. 1'elloU ;
Union, T. II. Phillips.
At tho Democratic conercssiounl
convention, held at Anna, September
3, 1874, tho following Central Com-
nittco for tho Eighteenth district was
Kandolpb, Uovorly "Wiltehlro;
Perry, E. 11. Kusherj
"Williamson, G. W. Ooddnrd ;
Jackson, U. W. Andrews;
Union, Hugh Andrews;
Johnson, I. N. Fierce;
Massac, J. W. Thrift;
Pope, V. 11. Fisld ;
Pulaski, Obod Udson ;
Alexander, John II. Obnrly ;
At Largo, Judge V. llross, Cairo.
The following executivo committee
for Union county was appointed by
the Dcmocratio county convention that
met in Joncsboro, August 24, 187-1 :
Judpa M. O. Crawford ;
O. II. Krob ;
O. P. IIM.
The lollowing Stato comimttco was
appointed by tbo Domocratio-Opposi-tion
convention, at Springfield, August
lit nittrlnl Vnlisrl l.inunn f'Mf-n
2d District,' "Win. J.On'aban, Chicago
on. District, r. it. u. winton, umcago
4th District, A. M.lUrrlni-lon.Uonova.
tAb. District. "Wm."Wrle.bt. Hreonort.
Oth District, J. B. Drake, ltoek Island.
(in uisvnct, ueo. v. Havons, Ottawa.
8th District, "Washington Y.. Uook
9th District Ohas. P. Klne. Poorla.
10th District, David K. Head, Carthago.
. itm xismcv, j.. ju.iiuju, riusnoui.
12th District, K. L Merrltt. HnrlDuQold
13th District, John A. Mallory,UavaQu.
istn uuirici, j ii. iiusoy, unampaign,
loin district, 14. u. Jtooinson, KUing
ICth District. U. LL JIoilw. Ureonvill
17th District W, 11. Kromo, Edwardi
18th District, W. II. Groen, Cairo.
lOtb District, Jatnoa P.itoblnion.Olnoy.
At Large, N. B. Mlllor, Chicago.
At Large, It. "W. Townsond, bbawneo
town. At Large, "Win. Brown, Jacksonville
Mr, lirown was elected chairman of
The lollowiug Contral Committee
wan appointed by tbo Dcmocratio con
vention of Alexander county, at Cairo
August 23, 1874;
Clear Croek, Thomas J. McClure.
Ooom Wand, 0. Gresoley,
Dor Tooth, If. Hunsackef.
JUazlewood, Jamas K. AtcCrite.
Uultr, Vf. J. Milford.
sr wbtiVm10' J ,Wm"WB JIarrol),
OC W Halliday and James Carroll.
(south Cairo, John U. Uossman, John
Howloy, John Hogan ani Dr. D. Arter.
Tho following Central Committee
was nppointodby tlio Dcmocratioljib
oral convention tlint met at Anna,
Scplombcr 1, 1871, nnd uomlnatcd
candidates for tlio lcgislaturo in tlio
Fiftieth Senatorial District :
Alcxandor, B F Itlako, J Q Lynch.
Jackson, V Diihon, .losepu uuuj.
Union, Oliver Hill, T M Korlne.
At Large, T K Uouton, of Union.
i itr lUnliil General Association of
stato of MlHourl U now In session
at Sodalla in that tUto.
IIAHEL nut parties aro In fashion now
at Catmt. The Tlmos says tho young
monofthatvllUgotakothoIr "calico" to
1kk!Ide(t Grant is in Ht. Louis. IIo
is accompanied by his wife, Oon. llorlc,
wlfo and daughter, nnd Gen. IUbcock.
Tho party will remain west until after the
marriage of Ment. Fred Orsnt.
Tub Now York Herald calls "Wattor-
son, of tbo Oourlor.Journal, Mattonom
which (hows that mistakes will happen in
the best regulated families and newspa
Hon. "W. J. Au.r.N will mako several
snceches during tbo nondlnc canvass, for
Mr llartzoll. Mr. Alien anxiously de
stros tho olectlon ot Mr. Uarlzoll, abd
will undoubtedly labor to that ond.
T,ti I. rr .o"l for tb dneml Timor.
"Dour mo, hove HuUlljr ho talks," said Mrs.
Partington, recently at ono of Illll Andor-
on's mooting. "1 am always rejoicod
when ho mounts tho noitrll, for his bright,
red faco warms ovory catlridge in my
In Now York city, evening schools
havo grown to bo an institution. Pro
vision for teachers, tc. nro made by the
stato school systom and it is bellovod that
twenty thousand of tho working popula
tion of tho city will tako advantage, tho
coming winter, of tho oppotunltlcs offered
them by tbo night school,
KtanlSv, tho Now York Herald man,
acquired a tssto for African travel In his
soarch for Livingstone. II o is now in
Afrlci engaged in exploring '.tho Juba
river and otbor rivers to tbo north of
Zsnzlbar. lie travels in his own yacht,
and announces that ho will make blmsolf
acnualntod with" tho great seati of tho
slavo trado in Africa.
Tiik Knglhh papers are divldod on tbo
question of tho Princo of "Wales' dobts
Soma of tho-n commond th princoly
spirit oxhlbtted by tbo heir to tbo throno
in tho way bo has managed bis financial
matton, and one expresses tbo opinion
that tho English peoplo would prefer that
tbo princo should "overleap tho bounds of
prudence than that he should exhibit tho
wretched parsimonious spirit which char
aotorizsd his fathor, and by which his sec
ond brother, tho Uuko of Edinburg, is
unenviably distinguished." But this
writer is In tho minority party, and If a
proposition to pay tbo Prlnco's dobts i
tnadoin tho House ot Commons, a contest
such as has not been witnossed In tli
Unglljh p.irlfamoiit for a longtime is an
Mn. JAMES Paiitow, In tils llfoof Auron
gsvo a romantlo account of tho burial of
Burr. According to Parton, Burr'i tomb-
stono was purchased by a woman, and It
was placol over bis gravo at midnight by
unknown hands. A faw wnoks since a
corrospandont of tho Now York Herald
vlsitod Princeton, N. J., whoro tbo bones
of Burr roposo; in conversation with sove-
ral persons ho found that tho story of tho
midnight burial had no foundation In fact ;
he had tho testimony of tho old man who
put up tbo stone, and found that tho work
was done at noon-day with no effort at so-
crecy, and that Burr's rolatlvcs had ord-
ored itdone. Ai'ayor twoslnco Mr.Parton
wroto to tho editor of the Horald, oxprcss
ing'his cratltudo tbat the ridiculous "story
about the orootton of tho monumont had
been oxplodod," and acknowledging his
indebtedness to tho Uorald for tho oppor
tunity to purgo his toxt of on orronooua
CUTBACKS IN SOUTUEHN 1LL1-
Tho attention of Governor Bevorldgo
and tbo Itopubllcan patty ot this State is
urgently called to tbo doplorablo condt-
on ot affairs In Southern Illinois.
A fow days ago, citizens of Anna,
Union county, rocelvod uotlco that they
must dlschargo all tho negroes In tb sir
employ ana sond tho negroes out of the
county or suffer the consnmeDces. These
ku-klux demonstrations oroatod not a lit
tle unatlnoss In Anna, and fears aro on-
tertalncd that tho throats were not mado
for an Idle purposo.
A lew daya ago, lu lUndolph county,
maskol men lookout of his house in tho
night time, a negro man who had rofusod
to obey a notice to loavo tbo county, and
tied Him to a troo and Hogged him.
In Williamson county lawlessness is
running riot. Almost every day a citizen
Is assassinated shot down without warn
ing on tho public highway by concealed
assassins, Eight or tcu narionH havo been
miircbrnl in void blood, and no perton
has bean punished.
It tucio events bad happened In
tb South, all tho people of tho North
would have boon excltod, and tbo admin-
ii'.rntbn would havo boon urged to send
troops to tho lawltsi districts, If theso
oroots had happenel In Tonncssoo, and
Ooy. Brown hud rnmained as passivo as
Gov. BuvorldgH has, he would havo been
denounced as tho frlond of tho aisasslus
But theso outrsges havo boon nornotratod
in Itsdlcal Illinois In a Radical congres-
slonsl district-most of thern in Radical
counties and nothing Inald, nothing is
aoue. Tlio press Is silent and Gov. Bov-
erldge continues tu doze undisturbed In
his official oasy chair at Springfield.
MISS SHBltMAN AND PMNOIC
The marriage of (Jen. Shor'man's daugh
tor Maria in Washington last week made
that young lady an oblect of moro than
usual interest, ani was tho occasion for
tho rovival of a story concerning her
which will boar being rotold.
"Wbon Princo Arthur visited tho Unllod
States a fow yean slnco, Sir J-.dward
Thotnton, British mlnistor at Washington,
in return lor tbo many kindnesses shown
tho Princo by "Washington soctoty, gavo a
ball, at which tho elite of tho oapltat woro
proscnt. Princo Attbur honored lllis
Sherman by rcquosllng hor hand for tho
first waltz, and that young lady, true
daughter of Tccumseh, honest, unaffoctod
and unlnlluoncoi by tho fact that It was a
princo whom sho was refusing, honored
horieir by answering, "thank you, but the
rules of my church do not allow me to 'do'
tho round dances." Prince Arthur showed
himself a rjontlcman as woll as a princo,
and remained in conversation with Miss
Sherman until 'Tho Lancors' was an
nounced and then led hor to tlo dance.
Tbo pleasing conclusion of this incident
was as bonorablo to Prince Arthur as It
was complimentary to Mls Sherman. Un
his return t J England, ho tont to tbo young
lady a superb lookol of Etruscan gold,
ornamented on one sldo with u lorquolie
surrounded with diamonds and containing
on tho other tho Prince's portrait. This
elegant gift was sent to Miss Sherman
with tho assurance that it was prcsenlcu
'to tho young lady whom of nil others in
America, tho Princo admired tbo most.'
Tlio mural at Slid lneldont wo will loavo our
young lady readers to pick out for thoin-
solves, romtndlog tbcm that It would bo
unrossonablo to oxpect, should tbey go
nnd do llkowlse, that tholr rewaid will
como In tho shapo Miss Bhorinan's did; to
refuso to danco with a princo Is a privt-
lego vouchsafed to fow young ladies,
but gontlemon nro not such vara arts
goms In Amorlca as they aro sometimes
supposod to bo.
RISE UP, WILLIAM HAKTZELL,
AND RALLY THE BOYS.
Mr. William llhrtzal), tho Dem.-cratlc-
Llberal candldnto for congress In this dis
trict, must rise up and rally tho boyi, or
ho will find blmsolf distanced by Mr-
Clements, who rose up early in tho cam
paign and has boon busy in tho rallying
business over since.
Mr. William Uarlzoll, tho Domocratlc-
Llboral candldato for congress In this dis
trlct, might as welt learn first as last that
upon his own individual oxor.lons he must
dopond for success in the pondingcanvais.
Ho cannot depend upon tho gontlemon
of his party who havo heroloforo tnbon an
actlvo part in political canvasses, and'also
all the nominations of the party. Tholr
clarion voices aro no longer hoard upon tho
stump appoallng to tho peoplo In bobalf
ot tho Republic to voto oarly and voto
right. Tboy havo bocorao quiet and
mournful. Llko Cato they havo retired to
their granges and aro praying for tho good
of Rome. Mr. William Hartzoll, Liberal-
Democratic candldato for congress, must
get along without them, or ho wilt not got
along ot all.
Mr. William Uarlzill mutt not forget
that this is tho off yoar in politics. Thoro
is no president to olect, no governor, no
important stato olllcors In tho laoguago
of tho street "no nothing." In such
canvass, tho peoplo will not ferment, un
less thoy tiro coaxed to do so by those who
havo porsonal Interest in tho result of tho
election, -mo only two men who in th's
congressional district havo such an Inter
est aro Mr. William Hartzoll and Mr.
Isaao Clomoots. But It Is to tho advan
tage of Mr. Isaao Clomonta to havo a
quiet canvass. If nothing wero said, be
wrould bo roturncl tu congress without
difficulty. Tho moro excitoment thero is
tho moro tbo pooplo aro in
duced to study blm und his re
cord and tho record of bis party
the mnro precarious becomo tbo chances
of his success. Ho thoreforo quietly moves
around amonglho peoplo, shaking bands,
praying with tho church mcmbori
and cursing with tho sinners. In do
ing io ho is wise unto his own success.
His trlends, loo, nro at work, and thus far
tho canvass has boon satisfactory to him
This condition of the osnvass must be
changed. .Mr. William Hartzell should
riso up, and Mr. Hartzoll's political
friends should ulsu riso up, and thoy
should go to work for success. II they
will do so, nnd labor with zeal, Mr. Isaac
Clements will be dofeated as bo should be.
Tho. interests of this district demand tho
defeat of all such men as Mr. Isaao Clem
ents, and evory citlzan of tho district has
an lntorest, personal to himself, in work
ing to dfcat him. Mr. William Hart
zoll's friends can make this proposition
plain to tho public apprehoneton If thoy
wilt only riso up and make tho attempt.
11 will novor do to go on as wo havo
boon slnco tbo Anna convention. Wo
must cither go to work or throw up tbo
sponge. But we will not throw up tbo
sponge, with success almost cortaln, If it
Is labored for. Thon lot us go to work, all
of us Mr. William Hartzoll and Mr.
William Hartzall's friends. Lot us riso
up, and lot tho boys bo rallied. Blow your
bugle, Mr. William Hartzell, and wake
the echoes and your friends.
Hotel and Eestauraunt
122 Commercial Avonuc.
To doors liorlli of Olra and Vlnccimtk'lUllroiil
A trusty watch kopt night and day for
Trains and fjtoamboats.
Till: HKST OF ACCOMMODATIONS
for tranclent guests at
TWO LOLL AKS P E 11 DAY.
nd Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Ac.
J3TI will sell In car load lobs at mannlac-
Hirers prices, adding freight.
COFFEY, 1IAR1USON & CO.,
(Successors to I), llurd & Hon.)
ri.OIJR.miAI.-V AND HAT.
No A3 Ohio Lnveo, CAIRO, ILLS
Wood Itittenliouao & Bother
Ge.nkhai, Comjiission Mkimhiant,
133 Ohio Levee, Cairo.
'. I). Mutinies K. C. U ?
MATHUSS & UHL,
Forwardlus A General
FIjOUU, GKAIN, 11 AY AND
WES'lKUN l'llO DUCK.
U. A. TOons L. D. Thomi
TH0M8 & BKOTHKH,
Succesosrs to II. M.Uulcn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. BROKER
AMD DHALXRS IN
tnplo anit Ymuey (Jrncrrln,
r"orelrn and Oomestlu
181 Commercial Avenue,
OAIllO. - - II.LINOIH.
NEW XOltK. UTOilK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAUOBST TABIBTT STOCK UT THIS 0
OOODB BOLD VBHY OLOBK.
Jorurr of BiniSnlt atreaS nut (Joiu
O. O. l'ATIBM
MILLER &. PARKER,
FORWARDING MERCH S,
FLO UK, CORN, OATS, HAY,&o:
Agents for Fairbank Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
JOHN B. PH1LLIS &SON.
(Successor to John 11. l'lillli",)
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS,
OATS, FLO UK, '
J1KAL, BRAN, Ac,
Agenls for Laflin & Rand Powder Company,
OOK. TKNTH ST. A OHIO LKVKK,
II A YKHR.
B. J. AYBR-
AYKKS & CO., .
GENERAL COMMISSION MEllOHANTS
No 7fl IjKvaK.OHindAiHn, Ili.
W. Strattou, T. Illrd
STRATTON & BIRD
Agents American Powder Company
er ojzo zjcvjib. cttjjto.
R. SMYTH & CO.
LIQUOR E AL Ell
No. GO Ohio Leveo,
Cairo Itox and 3nslct Co.
01' AW KINDS, HAltU AND 80IT,
Keep constantly on lianu
Mill and Yard, I CoaTni Strect
S and Ohio Lovoo.
i:nuk.i' i,. wii
t , istAiilOt 'tiisit lias unvitjB on
i1""". fresh Hipnly of Nltro Oxldo or
'aligning TccUi extracted nt all
iouw, Pay and night. iM'.tf
IF it.ue llAsiilai 1. n l
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M, D,
IlEWDENCK-Uo. 21, Thirteenth Mreet,
uetwsen Wnshlncton avenue and Walnut
"sirs' omce l-u Commercial avenije, up
Bristol & Stilwell
Keep ovory thing pcrtnining to the
ino of Staplo and Fancy Groceries,
Woodcnwaro, Vegetables, Fruit?, !cc,
Xow is ic fi'mc lu pol your Hulbs for
curb winter Floxcert. We have ttock
of liner Dutch Jsvlbs for winter am
rprint) bloomimi than ever bejorc offered
imported from JloUand tor I he
autumn trade of 1874, hy I). M. Firry
v Co. J hey can be relied on (is choice
A variety oj
lie tci7i furnith catalogue contain
inn direction for culture and manage
ment of the above, frte. on application
Will lake orders for anything in the
line of winter gardening.
No 32 EIGHTH St
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
TOHNEY h COUNSELOR AT LAW
Oflllcn Over First Ihitlonal Hank. 3-l!Wm
John 11. Mulkuy.
William C. Jlutkcy.
Ulnlco: l.lKQtn street hetwjen Cninmcr
clal anu WasLlnston avenues &! l-tf.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. (licen,
William II. (lllhort, V CAIltO. Il.S.
Sllles K. (lllhcrt, I
GTVpcclal nttantlon Klvcn to Admiralty
mil riirumLO.il hllsslnche.
Ohio I.evvo, Itooms .7 and 8 ove
City National Hank
VS6&TABLE WORM SYBVP
Abrave man may Miller pain, when Inlllcte
upon himself, heroically; hut ho
CANNOT SEE HIS CHILI) SUFFJJK
I here Is no other malady, Incident to child
hood, that Is accompanied by moro indo
ecrlbablo wretchedness of the little Mill'ercr
PRODUCED BY WORMS;
and wlien tbo parent tally understands tho
Hltuution ho will not ilelav a mnmpnl In x.
curinfr tlio moit prompt and ctllclcnt reme-
;ues io insure mo expulsion ot ino Intruders.
Iho remedy may bo lound in
DIt. KOOKKS VEQKTAHLK 'WORM
rioatc bear In mind that
KOUKKS WOllM SYIttJl
Is tho roliahlo preparation
l; a palpable preparation.
ltOGEUS' WOItM SYltUI'
Is liked by tho children.
positively destroys worms.
ItOGKKS' WORM SYRUP
leaven no bad effects.
IIOfiKltS WO KM SYltUP
If highly rcconimondcd by phyhlclans nnd
is uniMiestloimbly the best worm medicine
in tho world.
Prlco 25 cents. Tor sale by all druggists.
IOIIN 1IKMIY, CURItAX is CO.,
fi and () Collciro Place, Nuw York.
U 3a3S Q SEE
El .A. T. E."
HihUi Street,! bet"een Wanhlngton and
K ssssssssV VBH. H
Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
loilctt Articles, Unipgist'.s l'ancy uoodH, Collier NVhite
Lend and Other Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Ti bo Colors, Dye
Stuns, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Wc Solicit corrcfDoml6iicc and oriletM from Pmc-".. I'lii!ci.infi and (lencra! Storo?
In Wfint nf (ttt in fillP I Inn Mfinmlinnt
t.l. .l tl.(1lln.l ..,11. t'allt.In It...... - It
lrilUtl Ul JbCUUUU Mtltl 4t.Vll.Ul JlUfjl ill ItCAnUUKUJU ItHlI B
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
71 Ohio Levee.
STUA11T & G1I0LS0N.
We take pUasure in unnounciny Io
our friindi that our ttoeh ol Fall and
WinUr (Sooth it now arriving. HC
thall offer thi wason a flock of Drct
Fabrict. Trimming, Fancy (Soodt,
Notion, etc., which for variety, ttyle
und excellence of material, creel any
thing wc have heretofore offered. Our
large and inrrruting trade enable ut to
buy from firtt hand at the. bert tnurce
of eirpply. Always on ihr alert Io gain
eirry advantage in price, toe arc happy
to tlale that this reason we have secured
the mott attractive stock in the murat,
at )riees which tee qanrantec "Jiock
JSotlom." )e a firm our ability lu du
plicate Chicago and SV. I. outs price.
We KEEP OsYLY THE MOST
DEMUABME GOODS, ALLOW
NO REMNANTS TO A.VUUMt.'.
LATE, MAKE NO JIA I) DEliTS
AND WILL NOT HE ENDEIl
SOLI) Ji-Y ANY HOUSE IN THE
THADE. A visit oj infpcclion icill
convince purchuurs of the extraordi
nary bargains offered ly the popular
ond progretiivo one-price, cash Dry
Good houte of
Stuart & Gholson.
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
HLXi IE 3TA TB
And Land Apj'UU ot the llllnoU Central and
.Uurllnt'tUn und Mltsourl It. It. Cos.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lovoo,
C. WINSTON & CO,
Real Estate Agents
7-1 Ohio Lkvei:, (Second Floor,)
Iluy and Sell ItKAL KSTATK, Pay TAXUs
rurulchOH Abstracts of Title.
Coal and Wood Yard.
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
Kept constantly on hand at Ross' Yard,
Conuncrc.nl atcnue, opposite Urot' llillld
luir. Orders promptly filled, Coal nud Wood
delivered free of charge. Term ndrletly
rtiNT m on
Perfumery, Soups, Unisliea,
IMnntntlon ifi.l LTnistlltf MmHnliin cststrM turn, i
RETAIL & PltEECHIPTIONs
Wnslilngton Ave, cor. Highlit .St.
T. J. KERTH,
DrCDIAADT mu b. rrt 1
ottn vv nn i wit. i i i .
HOLLOW WARE &0-,
Manulncturor and Jobber of
TIN, HHKKT IRON and COPPKIt.
Ptiniii', lllrd Cages, loo Cream Krcocz
ivaior;ooir, wiro ciotii tor wid
dow Scrocim, Jopaned Ware,
Cultrlng and Job Worlt
MADE A SPECIALITY".
Agent tor tho
GARRY IRON ROOFING C0.I
The best Iron Uoollng In tho Market. K
itm Abroail will llccclve Promiit
cimullli Dlfpatcli and Warran
lk dto ulvo Satisfaction.
Wood Collins, Caskets and Mi
rom $ t to 7S, nt Wilcox's JJtSi
from 9 1 to $70, nt Wilcox's JIIocK, t ast side
of Washington avenue, betiveen Tenth, and