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OFFICI:: No. 13 Tenth Stvoot. Thornton's Building.
I HE (M'i'H JM. PAPER OF "I IIP. (MTV
tin. Ill I.U.TI's Till'. II,V,1 IIAII.V
AIi:it 1 -(M TIIIIItX II.M.VOIN.
to I'AttvttiH iir,Mitojs or hkaciiimi
rtii'..mii f ir swt.v r aos. i;ii; iti.t.i.ic
tin c rni; 'idsr i.KsiuAithK.'.isVJ'.it.
rt ilV( 111. MU M IV IhM.VOIS.
ItAIiM At oovnR.NJIEJrr.
It i i ' iverninent him) rariicii Govern
r mean one aud the same thing
, i i a viry thriving, com
li " rroiti Uehl State before
a i.'ii away with it; but ill
iji.il - the KadicnU have more
if .1 tin: debt, viz; from October
jnr i '
n t .
, . cut. -her 1st, J HOW. Auil the
t f i I'iineMMie KroaiiK under tax
0 me Indebtedness imposed
i'uoi by .i "reooutrMOlri govern
" 'anii d by the armed noldiers
1 i -i Man Government.
sjhjeot hear Uie Augusta,
ii 1 1 1 u -1 rn t reconstruction
i. ui- debU, ai iii Ttumus-ee,
. , ri, ( k , ,i,it. Si.uth ( artilltm, (iciirgiM,
A: ,.i'.i . Louiimuii and Florida.. The
Ki.l m v'rii',rof LoiilxtmiH llitntratea
hit priuuj e by a pttlaue in Nw Or.eans,
and Mie ddi ti reputation of a million'
airo I lie radical Governor of Florida,
It La"! b e ''. uioii-trated, i on the way
to g dden glory. His pi Ice for engineer
ing a ligiMatlvc act, and his official idg
naline, H is true, Is only foutleen thotis
null) j. is, or about fifteen er rent.,
while h in re loyal lucky brother of
I, i!llI.i' u doubles this charge ami i
never ininteiir with lent than a ''corner."
A nil' i f a million of dollars in .Scale
I milii .i ; m -e of a It low Kiilge Inter
n:u . v mi Mt and railroad devl)
men', s m h Carol I da An OjMirK.
II u i" w,' M iinan! roof arid alt the
nr. dim iniiveoUiu', with bar room
nndi.iti't' .it'inii and offlees to let for
fitro l..ii,I niiiid ki'iio rliiknanri furnifhed
rxjins t li t f ,r imiigtmi ions and adul
tcroui liitiri jiire, lllu-tratei (j'orgla
rndir:iliin. while tin Governor playa
Oovtriior and public treasurer, and runs
the itnte road mil contingent and office
of illMc.uiit of cialuiH.
Verily' great are the monuments of
I'rogrc'), and gnat the uhluing lighUi of
ra in all in ifj tlie Southern hky
e have purposely refrained from
c initm ntlng o the conduct of Captain
Wiishiug'oii, of the Submarine No. 13,
in pa-sin : tho burning Stonewall with
out stn plug his b;at to see if lie could
render asitaucc, until the Investiga
tion Into his conduct, which he dvmauil
id, should have been ooncluded. The
III vt a'l M''in k now ended, and Its re
port ! 1 hed T!iecomniltt',eof Inves
ttgn'i ii do not xi,ulpilCMpt. aliing
to . It i,v ( o i 1 not do n i wnii the orhl-
en-v la ' ire tin ui. Yi t their verdict of
i . . .i.
roirieio t'hii ii it uiino.v iinmii
Tlievstat tiiat hiscond Jft H vervttiillke
that wiiii i it cii'toinnry ainiMig Veteru
b intmen, and hii bad lie come to the
r - ue he milit iiave rendered great as-
.stince 'j t"i'p in the u'moot need.
Unit ts will, hut It d'u't say what
"L i ild b d -lie with him. We know
there M n ) l.iw to reach hi ese, !avo
'in' law of ti ihlic opinion. Me !h.uld
I. ,vc 'lit f i i I tneflt of tiiat. The weight
a t -titti . t tkuiiirt him Let him
') held op a- a urning to all Mean) boat-
me i, liai iniiumauuy may o otinuneii
from a class where, we hopo. it exl-ted in
the Lreaxt of hut one man Captain J.T.
Waslilngfon At. J.ohi Dhpnteh.
A TL!A JKI.1 IHIIl.NT.
Hownnnynfthe citizens of Illinois,
especially of the northern portion of the
State, are aware that we have within
ourborlern a national cemutry, in which
lie buriel tipwurdi of llvo thon-and of
the brave defenders of tho country, who
laid down their lives in our sacred onue
luring t'.o rebellion'.' Thoexiaittnc of
.hi 11 im try we lielievo is known to
;omr:ie.ively tew of our citizens, and
lieniu r f)tu i lo pa-, that, while Ix-uu-
1 1 1 1 11,10 efHT v meiiiiiriMi s nun. nuvit
ir.-; ii n 'i 1 ii flehU of A 11 1 1 eta m and
Jt It V'Mirif, wnere Kieep iiitHitaiini 01 toe
n .til u a 'i.'i'i, toe rciiu uitti-e 01 me
iiroes wh ) lie biiriftl at Mound City is
inmarlv' , hy any monumental pile.
lhe J tst. Lct'islature anoroiiriated
welvo til mt.d live hundred dollar to
. . . .
warns l ie crtriioii 01 a r-nuooio moiiii-
ral Ciovernment should appropriate at
euM an e ju.il amount. It does seem to
is that no urning should bo necosrary to
nsihc the grantiimof this apjiroprlatlon
iOt our uiinihers see that it is secured.
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j;mkH of the "Heauhiul ilivyr'n meuio
.t..l I. I . I. . I... II ttl..
u lilue who thoro loop their Jast sleep
-LKookfi nl Urn . JtuuUter.
Tliik - ninlfii'nu nf tlir IT f n 11 (ltvtstnil nf
ho I'nlou PitcillcJHallroad 200 miles at
ts wes' end-liavc organized a secret
Ant.iiit ..J.i.l. Ki til a in nil lift.
ohg, whose object It Is to rid tho nta
ions and tlio t oud of the thieves, gain
ileiBiuid tntir h r, r.-, who now infest tho
Inc. On Soiidity week several of tin
lead villlaiiH at Promontory, wero in
ormed thit they mint- "gtt or dangle,"
icfo re nldit, und they "got." The Idoaou
ultlnli I ho unrdell' oiiiit'ti l,.u ,.l..lit ivitli
id vantage, bo applied to other depart
nents of life, and In ninny places, con
l.l...ll.r lwktU l.l'tkfll lu flu. ..M.....t. si?
rime and how it escapes punishment.
Princo Napoleon has brought suit
fontim. in iiiioi mm. ci . inev linn iiniie.
... i , ....... i. ... n,i
olleri ahotit soni" little trllle, and so
'lon-Plon withrirew from tho boot ar
lata the privalego of ending himself.
'HootmaUer to his Imperial highness."
lie i oimir ni n uiil i ireiiui. However.
uoiely added "Ex.1 to his title, so that
lis sign read, "I2x-boolinaker to Ills
mperial Highness," At tills dodgo the
'rince waxed worm, ami urouuiit
FRIDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 10.
IKtWI'll r.lRVK II IS LP AT rAUI.C.
It I, considered tin accomplishment for
n lady to Know how to carve well ut her
own table. It is not proper to Mauri In
curving. The curving knife should be
sharp mill thin.
'1V curve, fowls (which should always
be laid with the breast uppermost,) place
the fjik in the breast, mid take oft' the
winifs mid lens without turning the fowl
then cut out tho merry thought, cut
slice1 troin tlm brfut, tnke out the collar
bone, cut oil' the side pieces, and then
cut the carcass in two. Dl vido the joints
in the lejf or a turkey.
In cirvlng a lrloln,cut thin slices from
the side next to you, (it must bo put on
thedisli with the tenderloin underneath,)
then turn It, and cutfrom the tenderloin.
Help the gut-Ms to both kinds.
In carving a leg of mutton or a ham,
begin by cutting across the middle to the
bone. Cut a toniruo across, and not
lengthwise, and help from the middle
Carve a forequarter of Intnb by separa
ting the shoulder from the ribs, and then
divide the rib.
To carve a sirloin of veal, begin at the
smaller end separab the rlbi. Help onch
one to a pieco of kidney and its fat.
Carve port and mutton in the samo way.
To carve a Ililet of veal, begin at the
top, and belli to the stufUng witli each
Kliee. In a breant of veal, separate the
breast and brisket, and then cut them
up, asking which part is preferred.
In carving a pig it h customary to
divide It and take oil the head before It
fMiiie 1 1 tbw table, as to many pui'ons
the head Is revolting. Cut oil" the limbs
and divide thu ribs.
In carving venison, make a deep in
rihioli down to thu Uolic to let out tho
juice?, Hud turn tho broad cud toward
you, cutting ilee.i in till ti slices.
For a saddle of venison, cut from the
tall toward the other end, on each side,
In thin show. Warm platei are very
noeHary with venison und mutton-and
in winter are Jeirabl for all means.
Tint ivi'.st jui.st luvr. ax ikhul
Cil.t.M'K 1V1TII Tilts UAhT.
I r jilt lh MllH -ai .ne (!) ( ,nt ,
Tiuien are hard, and It Is no uc trying
to rinrigt the fact; and they arc about
the hard out in the west of any place in the
whole country. They are eaier in the
! iat, because tho east makes goods to
I eell the weet, and the linkers are proteot
) ed nobody elo Is allowed to como in
competition. Sj they put on just Mich
I price." fc suit theui: and (ho west has to
pay thoo price". Wheat Is not worth
t ttiiu Imlf wlinf It trna tivt.!... eiurd ni-it
whilo goods boar about the snmo price as
vr Tht mullet hnr! tlm for the
fi ruier; he ean't buy tho mercliant'et
1 iro tils; the uierchanl cant pay the wholo
faler; and everythhitf hwikn uiocli like
, ttoing to the bil. If there wits no pro
tective taritr whieli amotuitt to that
' nearly, foreign manufacturers could onri
tlivir ito mU to our markets, and prices
would fall in proportion to the decline of
' ill agricultural products, so that, after
' all there would not lw t-o much differ
ence. Hut a it now is everything must
erne to stand still, "nut," says the
laborer, "Idoit t care.ot the two, I am
mther glal that grain is lower. It won't '
eot'so much to live." Very well; let
uay, neither will you get to much
wag? wiiii which to buy your living.
The day laborer must, too, como down in
hi-, wages, or h will llnri nothing to do.
Th re-nedy for much of tlie evil we are
siiH'eriui; if plain. It may not bo poftri
blc to advance the price of grain, but we
ran bring goods down to a level with it.
This Is to be done, not by refusing to
buy goods from your merchants, but by
vntliiL' the party down which is control-
ed by,' and operated in the interest of
the eittorn ".manufactures. We dnu t 1
a jk radicals to turn around and voto tho
democratic ticket ; what wo dt n-k them
l to Minly their own Interest, form a
party of thelrown, If nerd', be fo nriod
on principle, aud that principle selipro
. -. : .. t-.. I.. .. . . . r ...SI
ieriii.il. i on- f very iiiiin nui oi iniiei
who will not give the west an equal
eoanee vim me ewsv. ii tin- yrooiiui:- oi
of Hie west miiHt he cheap, make those of
the oast equally so. So Inn as the '
wes tern people asMst eastern people to
crutrii every eloment of pro-pority out of I
Use so long they will do wlthouta soru-1
I'm: DAKOTA WII.J .1JAX.
A Mnrdrroii I'leiitliiiinn Heroine, a CM III
A wild man, who is being chased by
parties oi uuuiers aim hounds, lives In 1
tho woods llftccn miles northwest of I
Sioux City. The Sioux City Times says 1
of lilm :
(Thls singular hoing Is entirely cover I
ed with a seemingly heavy coat of dark- I
colored hair, and ho is as agllo n.s a cat 1
ami as fleet as a deer. Old settlers In the 1
region where the wild man has beun seen,
state that about twenty-three years since
a Freucliman, with his who and threo I
children, settled upon a piece of land on i
the biinUH of tlie Dig Sioux. At that i
time tho only occupants of this section I
consisted of the Indlntis, who wero the
solo owners of Dakota, somo half-breeds ',
and a few French settlors, most of whom i
took squaws for their wives. It Is relat
ed that the l-ronohmati alluded to did
not llvo agreeably with Ids family, that
his aili-ctloiia were lavished upon tho
dusky daughter of tin Indian chief, that
tho white wife, learning of this, upbraid
ed her husband for tho symptoms of his
waning alU'Ollons, and thatono morning
a friendly Indian visiting tho cabin of
the Frenchman, discovered tho dead
bodies of tho wife and children lying on
'An examination discovered tho fact
that tho throat of tho woman had been
cut from ear to ear, and that tho children
had been clubbed to death by blows on
tho head with tho stock of a gun or somo
similar we upon. No duo to the murder
or was ever dlecovered,
"The Frenchman hasnovor been scon
in the country inoe. The supppsillon
now Is that he committed a triple mur
der, that reflecting on thu horror of his
crimo he became insane, took to tho
woods nd resided there since, and that
the wild mill tliut has lately been sten
hinl the French settler of twenty-seven
yen's since Is oue and the samo person.
It is well known that many years nine
tho majority of the Indians who resided
in the big Bloiix Valley were, on the ac
J count of the scarcity of game, compelled
logo further West, and as It is only with
in the last two years that the pee'lon of
country alluded to has become settled, it
was very possible fori, man to live there
without being discovered, or any pen-on
knowing his whereabouts. The whole
allalr is wrapped up in such a singular
mystery, that we refrain from comment
or Htirmi-e until we can speak intelll
gently upon tho subject."
Hon They CO to MIummuIa anil llf-
, Fiom li,',. f. il l'r...j
It is surprising how many Invalids
who come to Minnesota to get relief
from pulmonary troubles, think that tho
fact of being In tho State is all suhMcicnt
to euro them. They sit over hot stoves
in poorly veil tilated, wmoltc-clouded
rooms. They sleep In alrtight apartments-
They play billiards till lato
hours. They talk themselves hoarse.
They take long rides at the most un
favorable hour of the day. They arc
irregular about their meals. They cull
upon a doctor once and neglect him
thereafter. TI183 eat food that ruins
tli!ir stomach. Thoy soak themselves
with whisky, and generally cud up with
a terrible hemorrhage. How utterly
usoles) to come to Minnesota unless one
expects to breathe Its pure, tonic air.
Thu Invalid who Is lit to come hero at
all, ought to be in tho open air at least
live or six hours of each day. Walking
may be too severe excorcise, hut riding
always does good. Oxygen, oxygen, ox
von Is what the consumptives need.
Jt Is for the want of this that he wastes
away and dies. J)y day and night the
deceased lungs of the weak de
mand pure air. It is in vain to call
upon Minnesota to help one In poorly
ventilated and over-heated apartments.
One may as well stay at home, East or
South. Many and many a sull'erer
make till; mistake, only to think the
cllmatu of Minnesota a humbug, ami
then die. Nor will one blast of colder
air morning nnri evening sufllcc. One
nuiat I" out hour after hour in the fresii
air, and thtif oupply to the system thu
strength and nutriment it noeds. Again
we .-ay to invalids, don't como to Minne
sota expecting to get cured by being
boxed up. Air in the only medicine
1 that can euro the consumptives
Hnnlvonture, the famous cemetery of
S&vaiiDub, where long rows of livo oaks
are (hiitMil over with Jomr mot", and a
solemn twilight reign In the aisles under
the interlacing branches, has passed into
the haiuH of a new stock company, and
I- being placed in perfect onlc
They hire out dre-i cottts now In Lon
don, to tlieadvuutnge of the clasn who
live on the Interest of their debts, and
yet want occasionally to dine out. Here
i an advertisement from an r.nuluh
r: "Dress coats Lent. 13-
lends the Idlest of clothes for opera, balls
or wedding. New, fashionable and pre
mier quality (rum the most eminent
We-d-eud tailors, ice."
A citizen of Des Moines has a gun that
Is pretty well advanced In yearn. It wai
used in furnishing a trapper with game
in that section, in 1S34. Tho Jieyiiter
says: "It lias the samo old stock that it
had forty years ago, and throws its lead
with the same certainty. It lias twico
crosieii the planes, killed buffi I o and
mountain joitt, was carried through the
itiiiian uouuiry south of ivatuas, aid iu
spite of its splintered and patched sur
roundings, Is good for another half cen
A respite is asked for Zicharr Taylor ,
jtaeKenourc, who ii tut heeh centanced to
bo hanaed at Uutler, Pennt-ylvaina, ou
the 7th, the clergerv suylng they havn
not time to prepare hlsoul for eternity,
and asking at least two or three weeks.
Even that would bo quick work for a
murderer. Hut "all orders promptly at
tended to, aud filled with neatness nnd
dhpatch" it is tlie promise in almost
Kinds oi husioeis uow-a-day.
A ennsu. Just taken iu South Carolina
is eald to show that tho white population
there has increased ST23 and the colored
I7C0 since tho last United States een-us,
In 1 SCO. At that time there were 201,
:!SS white porions, aud 412,320 colorwd
persons, of whom something more Hum
18,000 were muhittoes. Tho new census
wliows plainly enough that the colored
race Is not dying nut, though it bos ga'n
ed less than a third part as fast as the
white race has.
A rich Hostouiau named Denny, saw
n patlictle lettor written by Colonel Alls
ton, of Ocorgla, and Denny wrote to tho
Colonel, Inclosing ono thousand dollars
to start afresh in the world. Colonel Al
llston responded that it would take about
llvo thousand dollars, and a draft for the
other four thousand dollars was promptly
forwarded. Mr. Denny who is seventy
livo years old, subsequently visited his
unknown Georgia protege,
At a recent mooting of tho University
of Miohlgau, it was resolved to adopt a
university cap. The faculty concur
In It, and will undoubtedly weir them.
Acting President Friuio f,ald it might bo
a good plan to go further, and adopt a
uniform style of dress, as it would do
away with the necessity of changing
with thu fashions. But ho hinted to
thorn It'fliich was done it must be a plain,
uuattraotlvo suit, as members of the fac
ulty were "modest gentlemen. " The
cap Is durk blue, a tquare top, with or
without a tassel aud vizor, similar to the
present Sophoruoro cap, but haying a
nlack hand where It h rrhlts nor.
7 ANTED TO EXCHANGE.
Unimproved Lnnd 111 Iowa, Indian!., nouri sntl
Knnii, fr,r morelitnriU or jiropwrij' la Southfrn
Illinoii. ArtdroM Ilox &, Cintrallf,, Jllmoli.
: : i
Nntlct l hcretiy jjitcu that on Mondftv th iOth
day nf Di-ocmter, l, it dip Itoueh Biid Kcndy r.n-viui-
lluu-c, in tot-iiilirp No. IT, nouth rngc ( n not,
.n Ihteouoty of .Mexnndtr and Stati of lllmoU, an
flection wnl b held for in y hool TriiHtf unci on.
School uircctor for s.ml town'ilp which elictlon will
Ik opened at 9 o'clock A. M., and will continue open
until I o'clock P. m ., "f tho tut ay. .
by ordr of th. Trmteei of yehool" of Mid township.
V A. WlNsTOS,
d9dtd Tonh i Treniurer.
AND SODA !
Ucid? Alicenii'd Wholealo dealer, find tlm ffnt o(
n relcbrated. Northern hrnwer, 1 prepared to furiit-.li
In any quantity demred,
ax r.vniVALi.Ki) artici.i: or ukkr,
lit Uuurlrr untl HnlritbU. nl In Ilnttle,
iodu mid .If In oral Wutcr, I'lc,
And all at the ttry losrent inuknt pric-i.
; A .hare of public patron. k In raepectfally .elicit.
ed. Order ucenmpanied by tbu oath UIUJ promptly
Cull at the "Cltr Nuiln Fuctory," KlK'lh
afreet, between Walnut nuil Cednr.
GET THE BEST. 20
DLV T11K ONLT OENUINB IMPROVED
.0PJ0DE GOLD WATCHES
Mnnufjclurcd by the
OROIDE WATCH CO.
Theyarcall tho beat mnkx, IhnitlnK Ones, finely
eharetl, look nnd wear like rlne Rold, Mill are equal In
appearance totho best gold nauhea usually eosUnK
tiv). Kull Jeweled I.etert, Oent'a and Ladie ' it3,
at S15 eiirh.
ot 11 doi'iii.i: i:.vritA in:riM-.t Hoiid
Orcilo (lold llunnntf'f-.u-i .full Jeweled I.ereM,are
eqii.il to if (io!d Watch's; Herniated and Oiwrnn
tee 1 t'l keep correct time, and vtenr nnd not tarnlh,
I'h KHra Kino C'asee, ut iii n -ti.
.o money In riilret In nilrmiri'. We
end l.y Kipr'M annlire vtithintho I'nlteil States,
payable to nent on deliTerv.wlth the prlrtlego to opejn
iiuil examine before paid for, nnd If not jatufactorr
reinrn-d. bv navinir th Kinreis rharce. Ooo.lt will
1 1,0 aent by mad o ItegMtercd Package, prepaid, by
1 arin.l inif rb.l, In nil t anet.
As AOKNT KMIM5 KOIlblX WATrilr OKTS
AN EXTRA WATCH I'RKE. l KIN(t nb EN S&
WATCH KOK Oil t-KVE.N T-M WATCHES KOR
ALSO K LEO ANT OUOIIli: OOLDEN
CIIAI,ofUtian I rnotrotlyitylfe, forl.aclie.
anl ttin'iemeu, from 1 to 4') inchea lonjr, at f 1, SI,
S6. anJJ.esch.fcntwith wat hem', sthole.alc price.,
Hi ate kind and irs of w.tch required, and order only
THE OROIDE WATCH CO.
tHH. ItHfi'oi street. NewYorV.
IOIIN W. TROVKIt & CO.
BROKERS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS
Kirhth atreet, aond door from Com. Ae.,
flrr-nt Urltaln, Southern Germany,
Northvrn Germany, Sweden,
Alao, ra4jiD Ticket from
Lwtrpool, London, Havre, Antwerp, Iirttmn
and Hamburg, to Xtw yrtt,
Or to any point West.
rColletlon maaVon any point in Kurye,
jy W. HAMLIN,
COKX, HAY, OATS, Illl IN, AMI Nllll.
Curlier ot Coiiiiiierrlnl A vent!.- nni!
C3nvo - - - Zlllnolu. 1
ns. Keeps a full aupply o' f i l. au 1 . prepared to
fit "filer, on anorc r.U.cc, at llei iowcit tnjktl relit.
A free lunch mil b serred op at the KKyptiiu
loon and restaurant, at ten o'clock every morning
Tho restaurant ha, bn ocently f.tted uu, nni
ons can bo accommodated with meultatall hour
Corner of Sixilt alrtetand Commercial Avuiue. uei,
loorto I'onlOl'W II MTT.NHK,
Confections, Toyn, Flrc-Workn.
AMPLE PROVISION FOB THE YOUNGS
TERS. (lot, I Commercial avenue and buy your holiday
Koods. I. auphaj laiit In n atock Iu that lint that
hn.s never been ennMed In C.urn.
Confection of all kinds, toya in uamelma raritty
everythmjr t please and irratify tlioso who would ob
serve Christmas, and New Year.
Ilemeinlierthe pliwc, 'fi Comiuercird Avenue.
HtMQ of Illinois, Alexander County. . Alejumder
County Circuit Court.
John Major I
va I Mci'lmnica Men. Sunple.
David Kord and. Samuel incuto Hill.
Affidavit nf tho non-roaWencp .Qf.DavId Ford ruJ
Samuel 0. Pavia the above named defendants Imvintr
been tiled In the Clerk's ninconf tho (lin'iiit Court of
aald county, notice ii therefore hereby goe to the
aaul IMvid Kord ami famiie! C. IJvi that the coin
Plalnant nll his mpplementat bill in aaid C.mrt on
tho Chancery ido thereof on tlie 10th day of Scptem-l-r
ima, and that ou the OTth day of October ISGsi. a
Uummona issued out of aald Court returnable aMhe
law directs. Now unless you, the aaid tlavid Ford
and tsimuel C. Pavis shall bo and appear betoro tlm
Circuit Court of aald county onthuflratdavof tho net
Term thereof to bo holJen at the Court lloiise In tho
City of Cairo, in aald county, pn tho third, Monday
of January next, nnd plead, answer or domur to thn
aid coniplalnanta bill nf complaint, tho aamo anil tho
mutter anything thereinchrB0d anil stated will be
taken nscnnffMed, and u decree entered against you
according to tho prayer nf aiil hill.
' ' JOHN Q. HAUMAN, Clark.
Cuiro, Illiinoia. Ootobor Wth, ISW.
Mnlkey, Wall A Whee-lerOorapl'ta flolss.
JOHN H. OBERLY & X)
W. RTHATTON. " -. BKI).
gTRATTOX k BII.D,
'ieceor toStratton, Ilmliua k Clark),
Oroceri and Commission MercJiauti,
Atuerlcnii Powiler Co., nrl MnnotBrlMrer
AcnilH Tor Coittui )aru,
el-vJX7e 87 L, l'"et 4n,ro '
II OAT STOKES, fJKOf FRIES AND PJiO
HO Olxio Lovoo,
ocl3lf Cairo. Illinois.
FI.0BR MERCHANT AND .ttllJ.EIty
So. to Ohio Levee, fnlro, Illinois.
C)rder solicited And prompUy and Mtlilnctotliy
DYAS T. PARKER. JOHN B. P1ULIJB. .
pAKKEIt & PJIILLIS,
ConiMliilon and Forunnling Merchants
And Dealers 1.1
liar, Cru, Otla, llrau, euU nil KlnUa ml
OHIO I.EVKE ......CAIRO, ILL.
I. D. ATRRS.
A YKK3 & CO.,
S. t. AYERS.
U M M IS S 1 0 X M K It CM A X T &
No. 133 Ohio Levee, CA1HO, ILL.
J M. PHILLIPS A CO.,
(SuecesioM eo K. U. Hendricka A Co.,)
Forwarding ami Commlss'loii Moralia n
Ovix-o - - - XUiuolM.
Literal Advances Made on Consignment.
t prepared to rocelte, nore or forward height, to
ulpointa; buy or e i,n cnmmutlun. llnrtlnee at
ended towilli rrninMne... r.lu.l.vil'
TI. M. UULEN
w lioloHalo O rooor
IliiTin remored to No. T Ohio hnree, nen door to
Oily National Rank, Hh r with teller Ifl.iilllle. and
IarKertnct;. heaolrcua Iho '..ntinuaneo ot pairnn
aKnorhi. former ciotrmem, a well a. thai ofi
j Ntiperlor uoeoiiiiiimliitliiim lor hlornire
nod (he IIiiiHllliii- r ll Ulo.U ot
. ,. ... ,.ruhice on I'oinmUlon.
.L' .v'i'-ii?nB imySldll
I r W. OIufEN,
(Successor to Hllls, Oreen & Ce.,)
Genurnl CouujiIsIoii jrerclmut,
Crnvlif""" "" "Mft
Da!r in r.nverte,, Ltme, p(air r.il, ri,tMt
inbtilk.rJwayion hand. Corner Klzhtli .treat i
Ohio eve8. (Uiro llllnnla. Vnylilt
UiLIA.M W. THORNTON,
Whoiemje and Retl rwr m
Xj u in to o r, fiilxxixfilo-
. L1TH, TIJrUER,
Cedar J'n.i., Dour., shiIi, llllmls ami Wlu.
.Oillt'i; on Tenth fttreet,
elwe-iu Ceininvreia! aud Wuhlugtor- Avuu,
OA mo, ILUX0S
Hoek River Paper Oompany't Sheathing Felt
t l II. W. Jolms Improved Roofliir
j .(Albeitoa Cement ulivnya ou tiauct
In Urze or iniall iuntlliea.
f dwtd I'M
of xvsry daurl(irlon,
I.alh, Nhlnglosi auit (;elar 1'ohIn,
VAKh AND OFFICE Corner Commercial uvaan, nasi
OnUra solicited and promptly fISesl. SUamkeat
Lumber furnished on rtort notice. octlS-Sm
VOIP QPACKBA VICTIM OF HA1UT IM
crudence. enuilui nerveua dehllllr. cranatur
ccav. An., has ditoovered u slmnle, mana of eur.
wnian lie win send ireo in nia leiiow suderari. Ail
dresa J. H. BKKVKfl, W Namuo filreei, Hw TerV
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