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Cairo. - - - Illinois
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CAIRO, - - - - ILLINOIS
(In thf lmlUIng known atliBmitli store.)
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00 11, iinn Tax, p r .' .rtc. t'.nn-1 'nl tr
rult", rfinxwl .I -ill !it, I'K-m-l I'ork,
ard, rimoliH ilpel, Bat'r, Frih E Flour
.!, Ul Fi'li, N I .(' 1 l'-a, ")')t 11 nl all kin.U
(i.l i. iilly k nl in fir.t-cU..grcK.vrv ainto
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JUX HY.ANDN NAI.OO.V
la ppllfxt wllla all Itladi !
OJV C'O.MMKROIAL A VF.M E
BwtwMn F.litnifi anrl MnlhHtrp-ta,
tnlrty, wh Into good tlrjoni, ahoulct gltf
him a rail, ami Iho-. who want a
Can hat their wool, anpplixd at his bar.
Proprlelor of tha
DUliard Saloon and Bar Room
100 Commercial Ave.,
Cairo - - - - Illinois
QARL. Lu TUOHAN,
la prfrnrrd o do all kind ol
1N THE PERRY HOUSE.
I NEW 'PHASE' dP THE WOMAN
A shrewd upholder of (ho negative
in the discussion of the woman ques
tion recently remarked that the ulti
mate basis of nil government is force,
and that until woman shall be ready to
shoulder the musket Jo maintain gov
ernment, alio eau have no right, by
mean of ttic ballot, to share in its
control. Admitting the truth of this
proposition, the women of Vat'i, it
fcems, arc about to solve the problem
of their rights in accordance with its
I terms. i ney nave uemanucu armu
from the Commune; the Commune have
ordered the formation of women battal
ion.'', aud the 'women battalions are to
march against the Versailles troops."
The irresistible logic which, after "the
colored troops had fought nobly," de
manded the ballot for the colored fight
I er, will of ucccity hecure it ror the
Parisian virago. The news of the or
ganisation of the Atnaronian legion,
therefore, must have vital interest for
; our woman HufTragisU, and eager eyes
will watch to .see how woman 'to-win
the political pantaloons in the breaches
of the Paris fortifications.
A UENIFICENT MISSION.
The tolegropH informs us that the
committee recently appointed by the
United .States Evangelical Alliance to
intercede in behalf of the religious lib.'
crty in llusia, is to assemble in Lon
don on the 27th of June nest. The
committee includes such distinguished
citizens as Chief Justice Chase, Hon.
Cyrus W. Field and liishop Simpson,
and two of the number, Ucv. Dr. Wil
liam Adams and John Crosby Urowu,
Brown, have already Bailed for Europe
It is well known that of late years the
intolerance of the "young ltussian"
party in llussia towards the Lutherans
of the Herman or Ualtic provinces of
that country lias been steadily intensi
fying. An avowed cfTort, iu fact, i- in
progress in the empire of the Czar, to
cruh thehc German religionists and
their Lettish and Esthonian
convert into conformity with the estab
lished Greek church. The ancient con
stitutions and privileges of the Baltic
provinces have been rescinded and the
severest measures adopted to Bussiafy
the alien elements of their population.
It is in view of the persecuted condi
tion of thwe Russian Protestants, tbat
the Evangelical Alliance has taken ac
tion. The American committee will
meet in London and Berlin similar com
mittees appointed by the Alliance in
Great Britain, Germany, Switzerland
and other countries, and combined del
egations will proceed to bring the
pressure of a united sentiment of rep
rescntatives from the various' nations of
Christendom, upon the emperor, who is
at once the temporal and spiritual head
of the Greek church. May we be per
mitted to chronicle the success of this
THE Fit EN OH IlEPUBLW.
The news from Paris is bad enough,
but we hope it is not sufE-
ciently so to justify the lugubri
ous viow of tho situation taken
by Dr. Holland in the current number
of Scrilnrr' Monthly. The editor
says : "He iiavo not, irom too begin
ning, entertained an expectation that
the French Bcpublic would be perma
nent, or in any degree harmonious and
prosperous" nnd he concludes with tho
following strong expression in favor of
"the nephew of his uncle ;"
"Vc aro not among tbosa who sneer at
Louis Napoloon. He understands tho
French pooplo bettor than any other man
living, and, wtb. all hU fins, is so much'
wiser than tbo majority of the public Tn'erf
of tho country, that ho is qulto worthy to
stand at their bead. Wo believe he has a
slncoro lovo of Franco and a desire farther
progrcss.and.truo glbry "Wt havo seen
no evidence that he desired tho war which
has wrought such woo to his people and to
him ; and wo aro quite prepared, if hillfe
bo continued, to seo him repaod toVhw
old homo in tho Tuiler Jcs. " Nay; ' wo
should greot such a return' with gladness,
for ho has proved himself to .bo bettor, ca
pable of taking care of Franco (Kan,, iho is
of taking caso of horself, It will boa. gjad,
day when Franco has popular culture and,
faith enough to maintains jepublio -but
that day is vory'far in tho. future. r
It will bo a sad day" for republicanism
when Louis Napoleon, orarty of Iua.'
.dynnsty comcH into Jb'rcpqh,. control
again; and we have that faith in the
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, MAY 20.
progressive political .civiliiatian oi the
country, which causts us to believe that
ho never will. The advanced thought
of France is in favor of popular asser
tion and the only reason why it is not
able to control Jg.tnat it la at present too
advanced. The bourgoitt is not yet in
line, and so far as political demonstra
tion is concerned "Paris is France."
Any people in that aituation must fail
of attaining true republicanism, simply
because the intonscr metropolitan ideas
arc necessarily accompanied by intense
metropolitan notion such as is now be.
ing inaoifoated in Parts. Franco has
yet to learn that the great popular ave
rage, in .which real political strength
lies, is t be found in tho rural masses,
outside of the great cities. 'o have
found out this fact in the United States,
and have learned in addition that the
safety of our republic lies in the simple
impregnable integrity of our bucolic
class. 'owhero is tho fact that "great
cities are sores upon the body politic"
more manifest than iu the United
States. Pari is civins stronz nroof of
it jut-t now, but we have fuith that
Franco will be able to control its cap
ital. French civilization has hitherto led
all K urope, aud, we believe, will again
lead all Europe, not only in politics,
but in art and science. It draw from
original sources; und although it is
Htylcd "Latin" in its antecedents, it is
very little, different in that respect from
Great Britain apd( ourselves. If wo
scan history closely wo will find that
the German element) pure and proper,
is nol in tbe majority in British veins.
although the Impulses nf our race may
be controlled by If. The Celtic and
Xorinan Infusions were greater, than
the German, and it is folly to .style ours
Gothic milization in coptradistiuc-
tion to the Latin, which we ascribe to
the French. "We'bo'iove that tho true
spirii of French civilization tends
trongJyto democracy j as Btrongly,
perhaps as that of Germany, and it is
folly almost craven to favpr the ro.
habtliation of Caesarism in the TCturn
of Louis Napoleon to the French em
pire. F.raucc is goiug through tho
purgation of fire and blood by which it
ts to reach political purification. In
due time Germany, her present conquc.
ror, will uo tho Fame. It. will not
come, however, througlu communism,
nor the radical upturning which is now
being tried, but through a chastened
conservative recognition of tho princi
pie of popular rights cxpressod by
Burks in the formula that "that which
concerns all, should be handled by all."
We are sorry that the editor of Scrib
nrr's Monthly has so little faith in the
political exegesis which is coming, of
which the troubles in Paris are but the
premonitory poristaltio movements
Tha toaata-OHlB-ts J at ait" Treat jr-p.
paaltlo to It oraOTln 1 tie bpeclal
aawamlitta Troablca-tienaral Uclc
Wajimisoio.i, D. 0., JIajr 16, 1871.
Was tbreo hours in executive sctsion yes
terday. Mr. Sumner presented a petition
from tbe citizens of Boston asking tho
Sonato to mako public tho toxt of tho
"UIOII joint" treatt.
This was very funny In view of Mr,
Sumner's extra grave manner, and tbo
fact that tlioso who signed the petition,
thanks to tho Now York Tribitnt, have
already read and digested tho treaty suf
ficiently well to know that it Is not what
they want for tho fishing Interest. Mr.
Sumner ulso presented a protest from
Gloucester, Mast agaiust the ratification
of the treaty. Tho complaint is that groat
injury will result to tho fishing interest
from allowing tho Canadians tho samo
privileges in tho United States as pos
sessed by Now Kcglanders. Uoth memo
rials were laid on tho table. Senators Cam-
oron and Morton spoko in favor of ratify
ing tho treaty. Tho latter was afraid that
if amendments wero made it would en
danger its acceptance by Great Britain.
t orroaiTios to the tkeatv
continues to grow as It has during tho past ;
few days a rejection of It by England would
be,-ip a parly sense, tho best thing which
couiu nappen ior tno administration, for
If it Is ratified It will bo a heavy load for
IUdlftaliim to carry. Yesterday, Senator
Sumner received a letter from the largest
claimant by tho Alabama, who says, that
he would rather seo his and every other
claim sunk to the bottom of tho ana, than
hat such a treaty us this administration
.hailwado should be ratified. Now Kng
,land growls loudly. Will ibis adminis
tration daro pass by and hood not Its wloh
es? Daro It defy tbe tho land of Wendell
Phillips and Bon Butler Thcro is no
doubt but that tho treaty will bo ratified,
probably wlthont .amendment, but If tbo
Senate wa to wait thrco week until tho
people hAU tlmo to examine tho treaty and
bo heard from, It would bo rejected, that
is aanmlng that thoy cared aught for the
pcoplo'a wishes. It grows weaker overy
dayi Tho Democrats have aa yet given no
indication as to what they propoo doing
In tho matter.
Tho special cotntnlttco appointed by tho
Sonato to And out who atolo a. copy of tho
High Jotnt Treaty, and sold It to,tho Hew
1 ork Tribune mot lt evening. Senators
Carpenter, Conkllng, Sumner and Trum
bull woroprcjent. Mr. AVhlto, correspen
dent of tho Jribunt, Mr. II. .1. Itamsdcll
of tho Cincinnati CoinmtreM, wero ex
amined and poaitivoly declined to aniwer
where they obtained tho copy which thov
telegraphed to their rcupectlve paper, It
wm determined to report them to tho
Scnnto to-dy for contempt. Tho statuto
of 18o7 makes it n tni(erneunor to rofti'o
to testify before i congressional commit
tee, and on conviction, punlihablo bv flno
and Imprisonment. Mr. Geo. W. Adatn
of tho Xow York World, and MeMW. Mor-
ris und Hogg, olllceri of tho .Snia'.u woro
r1o examined. It was decided thut tho
copy which wni use! wu not a Scnoto
document, but wai ono of thoo printed
for the ti of tho Stato Department.
MR. llAXCnOFT DAVIS,
Astistant Secretary of State, wm sum
moned, but Instcnd of appearing, ent a
noto ftatlng that tho document did not
como from tho State Department, and that
ho had other business to attend to nnd
could not attend. Upon what meat doth
this man Davi feed that ho can with im
punity defy a mm mom of the Senate?
Ills intercourse with the English 'alf of
tho 'igh jointers mint havo elevated his
ideas so that he could not como down to
bo a witness, and stand cheek bv Jowl
with damned vulgar newspaper correspon
dents. If tho Scnato committee havo ,ny
respoct for their positions thev would
make this undcrttrnppcr know his place,
and bring him up for contempt, us they
proposo to do with Messrs. Whlto and
Hsnudcll. Tho wholo thing is 11 farce nnd
tho sooner that Congress makos all discus
sions puplic tho better, us thcro is no way
of keeping secret anything which concerns
A UKLKOATIO.V FKOM OKOKUIA
aro hero pushing tho claims of tho notori-
our rostor Ulodectt as Senator from
Georgia. Thoy certainly offet a sufficient
reason for tils tv'mlstlon, viz : "that tho
lladical party of Georgia domands it," if
that is not a good enough reason for his
being mudo a Senator I would liko to
know what would ho'
Tho recent reversal (by tho Attorney
General) of Commissioner I'lwtnton's de
cision, that tho
FIVE VZV. CEKT TAX OS DEMANIl
wai not collectable after August 1st, 1870,
makes quite jar in tho Treasury, and
will bring about tho interference of Con
gress next session to sustain tho Commis
sioner. Secretary Boutwolt agrees with
tbo Attorney General, thai tho tax. is
collcctublo during the last live monthaof
1870, while the Commissioner claims, that
tho Senate Finances agreed witb hlm.be
foro ho made the decision and Congress
will by legislation next session, justify hi
decision. The amount Involved it. tho
neat sum of s5,000,000. Let us havo
peace In the Treasury.
C & V- R- R.
Letter of Can. Hauna to tU Paople-Ha
Ilaclaraa tka Eutarprl.e Killed UnUaa
trie Alriaadcr Count-Court l.acon.
aldara Ita Action-An Emphlallr) Let'
IlAKRitaiao, In., May 15, 1671.
TnthePeol on the lino of the Cnironud Vln
On tbo 4th of March last It was an
nounccd that arrnncemonts lhad boon
concludod with c-upitulists in London for
money to build and equip tho O. & V.It.It.
and that tho onlv condition to uloslnir tho
negotiation was too iimintnlnnco ot the
IochI donations upon their orricinal batii
Stops woro immediately takou to securo
tuo necessary action oy 1110 various town.
city nnd count' authorities on tho line for
an extension of tlmo to AiiL-ust 1st to ro-
sumo work, and for two years lo finish
I am satisfied that if all tho local authori
ties had acted promptly, work would havo
been commenced by this t me. and tho
creditors of tbo road fully paid.
Unfortunately, however, thu Countv
Court of Alcxandor County has tie mist'.
ently refused to extend the time for re
suming work and completing tho rond,
unuur mcir uonaiion contract, aguintt, as
I bolluvo, the overwhelming voico of tho
people of Aloxander county. No effort
has been sparod to induco that Court to
I appond to this Card, a copy of a letter
recontly .addreasod by roe to the Countv
juugo ot mat county; be has uot even so
mucn as nunoreu me wiiira roply.
1 now stato to tho noonlo on tho linn of
mo u, v. it. 11., mat ttioro it vot tlmo
to securo tbo construction of this road.
If tho Countv Court of Alexander countv
and tho town authorities of Carmi and
Urayvlllo promptly extend tho tlmo for
resuming I'srork to August lit, und two
year for completing tbo road, 1 am fully
satisfied that Gen. Uurnsida will bo able
to commonce work and completo tho road
wivhiii toe times namod. in 11 lotler to
tno of the 0th Inst., he givos tuo tho assur
ance that bo will bo able to carrv out tho
above programme. Wo need, n,ot oxpect
to nave, tno roau soon, t( mo local atteu
aredoal No los cat come to. the people
by an, extension of time; Is, H not wisdom
then, to extend tho tlmo and mako ono
mora euort to svuro ino twk ' hpi
to tbo pcoplo nnd tho authorities to Act
upon this viow.
gi;ee u. kaum.
The following Is n copy of tho letter
above spoken of:
lUnataacan, 111., UaySlli, 1S7I.
Hon.F. Ilrni., jii.it n of thn Count j Court ol Alex-
iriilp rnilhlu . I f ti '
Dear Sin: From your city papers I
learn that on tho 2nd inatunt your court
passed an order directing your clerk to In
form tho V. K. It. Company that tho
County Court of Alexander county was
willing to subscribe $100,000 to tho stock
of said company, payable In county bond,
in instalments ot $5o,000 as tho road pro
gressed j final payment to bo mndo when
ino tohu was completed to tho Johnson
county lln, and regular trains run upon
tho sumn; work to bo resutm-d witnln
iiiiy ouy, anu tne railroad completed to
Viticenno within two years; anu an en
dorsement to bo nut on the buck of tho
bonds limiting tho liability for Interest un
til money to pay Interest could bo levied
and colloctiM. and nrovldlni? thnt tint
bonds should bo absolutely void if tbo
ranroftfi wn not completed witnln two
Assuming, from what I saw In thn pa
pers, that your Court took no .stops look
ing In tho direction of carrying out tho
"donation contract," made in November,
lfifi7, by your county, and tho Uallroad 1
company, to Inform you that It is impossl-
010 ior tuo u. r.. company to accept tho '
terms of your ordor. 1
1st. Itocauso tho Ilonds issued under tho '
provisions of the order would absolutoly 1
meet with no sale prior to tho completion
of tho liailroad, and would, therefore, '
pructlcally bo of no pecuniary advantago
in securing 1110 completion 01 tno roan.
m. liccHUse, alter tno comnlctlcn ol tlio
road, they would moot with no salo until
each Uond was endorsed by your Court to
tho effect tbat tho conditions bad been
complied with ; and tho 1'ullroad having
occn compietca, your isonus wcuiu not no
3. llecauso the negotiations for funds to
comploto tho road depend upon tho car
rying out In good faith, by local nuthori-
itics, or tno contracts ior donations, and
an accuptanco of tho terms of your order
wouiu inovitaniv loau to an abandonment
of tho prosent plans for raising money,
ana tne postponement ot tno resumption
of work until now plans could bo matured
to securo tno success or tho enterprise.
1 stato to vou molt so emniv. and in all
candor, that tbo futo of the enterprise is in
tho hands of tha County Court of Alex
ander county. If you wish to defeat tho
success of the work, continue to refuso to
carry out tho "donation contract." If
you oarnostlv desiro the ntosporitv of
your city, by securing tho completion of
tho road, call your court together and pass
an order oxtendinc tho tlmo tor tho re
sumption of work, and tho completion of
tno road under tne "donation contract. '
I am no alarmist but I warn t'ou of tho
dnugcr of the courso your Court bus taken.
11 is a vain ueiusion 10 minx, uecauso
Cairo is at tho conQuonco of two great riv
ers, thut railroads must necessarily sook
it as a terminus. Already combinations
aro made, and making, to divert to othor
points trade that should naturally como to
Cairo. Kvansviliu by four roads, and
Shawncctown by two, will soon draw off
trade that, upon thn complutiun of tho C.
& V. It. It., would naturally como to
At present, all tho counties north of
Cairo desiro tho completion of, and will
Hid tho C. & V. U. Eight munths bence,
if work Is not resumed, most of the aid
wilt bo diverted to othor enterprises.
I cannot bnlieve that you desiro to do-
feut tbis great work. I feel suro that a
larco majority of tho electors of your
county will gladly endorse tho action of
your Court to carry out tno ''donation con
tract," and I appeal to you, sir, In this
critical moment, to lay hold of tho matter
and speedily bring It to a successful issue
Yours, very respectfully,
GREEN ii. ItAUM,
Att'y C. & V. It. It. Co.
New Custom Hou.e, Cairo. Ills
May 16th, 1871.
Sealed nronosala will be recelted at the office of
Sunerin'endent of the new Custom llou-e, au
Ciiro, III nois, until 4 o'clcok p.m., theSlth dnv
or .MHy, 1KT1, r.ir niiing and xnullnc the Cn.tnm
. ijuso iiint'K. aite prvfxtsai 10 ue mnue ior tin
cubic yurd .tellrered, and trill be ini-naiire.t alte
nlnns by ihe bUerintendent or an aiiho'iieii
agent; ami iu per cent or all piyments t
ic rriamru unui cniiiuicil.in 01 tnr conirnci i n
oaiin required will i bout 7,000 cubic vr.
inure or Ih, and the HI'inK 111 becomnlctcif nn
l foro the l.t ilar of ftiirt-mtH-r. 1S?1. All I.I.I
mu l accompanied by it hnn.l of tw rf snnn
life nerson in the Minn nrttn. iii,in.nn,i ,.!.....
tract Hwitrdeil to him.
it.'., iiih iii.iiier win ni-nitni nmi nMrr.ir. .1 .......
Tho Iieparlincnt reeerven ilm right lo reject
any or all the piopoiala.
i'n.oni m iK-.nunrseu. --rrono,ii fur hilling
and lintdinK" und ndilre.atxl (!, II, enee. Minor-
lllirii'iriu ui (.dNliilll ll'lliae, u tiro, iiin.oia.
tnylftliit il. ll.HKAHK,.MUp't,
Hoventy-ftve to two hundred dollarn per month
evcrvnln-re, male and 'cmale, to introduce the
Ocnulnn Improved Common benm Family bewlnu
Machin.-. This miuhli.e will Ktilch, hem, fell,
tuok, bluil, lirniit, cord, miilt nnd emlirmdur In 11
moatauperior mnnror. I'nco only ais. Fully
warrantvtt fur fite vearn. We will Hay il.txw for
any machine that will sew nnlroiiKer, more beau
tiful or more eUatlu neamihanonr. It makes tio
'Elatlln Lm-aS'lti'h." Kiory aeeond aiitvlicnn
U) tut, nnd atlil tho rlltli cannot I.' pulled apart
without IrariPKl . We pi.y agent 8TS to SimJ per
morit!.auileienii, orcomminon from which
twieo that nmoiiiit can he made, For circulars
aud truii, npply to or addroaa,
UOSprucoKlrect, I'liiladrlphla, ISi.
Caviion. Do not b Imposed upon byo'hnr
tlea pilmlnx ott uorthlrearast Iron machines
under tho snme lumo or mheriiae. Ours Is thn
only K-nulnenna ri-nliy practlc.il rheapmiichtiio
Htsleof lllinoia, AlH.Miud. r w.ino, at
To ttiBjlavTenn, A l., 1K7I, of lh Alexntdrr
county l'rolntu Curt;
In the mntier of the Kdaidiimth n nf minor
helra of Peter i-Uui.lelon. deueahed Notice ol
m!1 nerMon4 CHinceliuul !Tm1m rmlici. that
(lie linderiigned, uuanllan, o the porauu and
properly of MleJvtcl Htapleton, minor Aeir ot
I'rlerHt.ilil tou.deueaacil. nill. on the iMrd day
uflho May Term, A ,D., Jl,pf ihea Moourt, lo
bo holdcu at tho court house la the oily of LUiro,
m anid, county, on th thud .'loudajr. of May
next, pro-ont. in .aid conn for nccep itnce, lua
reMlniiMtlo.. nrtiiAnitu-n nf i.-inrillan of anid Ml
chaul Htapletnj, Mvordinil tothe hUtut Insucll
Guardian of Michael Htaidelon.
D:ed el Calio, Ilia., this 17th day of April, H71.
DAILY PADER IN KGYPT.
TM. II. SCUlITTER,a
Importer and Wholesale Oeab
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Aso. for f t hramla of
I . , . xt . VTV c,fW,ft A.Vtb
1 CREAM AND STO-Oft AIlE
Mo. 75 OHIO XslBVEK
J1 M. STOCKiKI..; a II
,nwp!irl0 J'ohlc A Sfmikflcll))
Rectifier nnd lVJinlnsulo Dealer In l or
clgn and lnmp1f
LIQUORS, mil ETC.
78 Ohio Juevce,
CAIRO - - ILL.
n kofpsnn h(in1roa,.,.ntlr, fc full (looker
OldKcntnrky Bourbon, Kyo and Mon
onguhela IVIiUkica. French lirnn
diei, Holland Gin. Itahic
and California Wines.
TTOUSE MOVIA'U. -
HOUSE MOVIR AND BUILDEB
It prepared to dp alt kiwis nf
norsi: .movino, iiocsr. nAisisa
Repairing of Every DrtrrlptlOIV .
On tho rnt reasonable terms. Orders left at the
residence or air. hmwi j, on Confer airuet, otxl
loor t the ntw wliool nuilclInK, ..r adrtrraawi to
the earn ol I. O. Ilox 410, or ilie Uu.lHttn ofB r,
will leoclro prompt it'ttntion. myMf
JAM US KYAASTO.V
AND DEALER IN ALT
KINDS OF FRESH MEATS
Cor. 10th and Poplar St.,
Cairo, - - - - Illinois
Ituvaand Isnghtera enly tne best cattle, not
anil aheep.aml ia prearedto fill any dmaidt, r
fresh meants irom one pound to ten thousand
onml. .1 (n.lu
PEOPLES' MEAT MARKET
CHAS. (1AYKR & CO., Prop'rs.,
Keep constantly on hand the beat of ni. Pork,
Mutter, Vea, Lamb, Saussxe, Puddlnjr, ew
Tresh while lard in any quantity.corned beet, etc.,
alwHj'a on hand.
Orders tilled promptly and latUfactlon war
yy AL.TEII tfc STAJLO.VY.
AND DEAI.KR3 IN
Eighth St., between Washington &
Adjoining- Rltienhonie at- llanstj'a.
Keep the beat of Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veali Lamb,
yausajre, eic., and aro prepared to terre rltiteos
in the most acceptabl-manner. octSSdtt
Jjr-E.IT ! MEAT !
Has Kcmovcd to Winter's Dlock, aud
Upunetl a First-Class
lie will keep always on hand the beat of Meats of
Nuioked .Heat, rical) Meat.Satisace, ete,
At the lowest prices, aire him a call.
J. OAKte. H.c.CAor. r. . loowictt.
Corner Sixth aud Walnat Streets,
(Entrance on Hixth Street.)
0AKES, CADY & CO., Proprietors.
iiiyMOm . , , .-
Commercial At., Opposite Post Ottff
JOSEPH UAYLISS, Proprietor..
The House lanealy Inrnl'hed and offeratotba
public flrst-cUaa iv;ccnavdatiooa, ft)Titt