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JOHN H. OBBRLY, Editor.
a hiu arMpr.R.
tfccrcttry Urlitow can nflbnl to fore
mrenr twtottllsm for the wt of bU lire
He took liuudroh of thousands of whis
ky In ow day and the feat lia made lilui
femou for llf!, and may moke lilm jirrI
dwit of the United Slates It 1 to Iw
honed It will not rise to Ills lir.nd and
make Mm giddy.
In another columu we publish a letter
written by Major William J. Syke.s. of
MemphU, the object of which Is to call
attention to the Importance of u Narrow
Gauge railroad from Cairo to Memphis,
Vlcksbwx and New Orleans along the
river route. The project Is one of j;roiit
proportions, and we fear eannot, In tliesc
jays of "no money," be realized. With the
Major we hoic It may, and shall not fall
to jrlvc to that gentleman, In his HforU
to make lt'a succes, all the rneoura
meut we can.
Edward Payson Weston, the wonderful
walker, who has Ikhmi denounced o often
lately as a failure, Marted on Monday
lat at New York on his effort to walk
118 miles within 21 hours, J2. miles within
15 hours, 200 miles within IS hour.-, and
615 miles within six d.iy. He completed
hi first mile in 11:00, his .econd In 11
minutes, and his third In 10:50. lie Is
still walking. The tot Is upon hU
ability to make 515 miles within six day.,
which will expire at 12 o'clock next Sat
THK CHICAGO Cl'MTOM II'OVNI:.
The Chicago custom hptiw U .i bad job.
The foundation has ettled, and the walls
are lull of fissures. The work was done
under the supervision of Architect Mul-
lett, and Architect Potter Is In a ijii.in-
cUry as to what courc to pursue. He
cannot tlnlsh the building beciuc of the
weak foundation and the fractured walls,
and he has no authority to tear It tlo.vn
and begin new. Secretary lirUtow N
also powerless to take any steps lu the
matter, and the con-wjncnce N that the
CTiiearo p-jopie wui ie comiwij to auis
upon the keletou of their custom lioti'e
until the next meeting of congress, w hen
the matter will be broitsht befotx tint
The New Orleans 7Tia'j, of a late date.
Kays: "The world move-. It ecni we
arc to have fleam without the use of
wood or coal. A caveat fur a patent-of
great importance has been filixl in the
Patent Ofllce at Washington. The In
vention proposes to make Meain for use
In every instance where it is now em
ployed without iHlng cither wood, coal,
or any of the fuels known as generator
of steam for motive purpo-J:i. Kvpert-,
have examined the Invention thoroughly
and report it as entirely practicable, but
decline to go into "the particular ol the
principle upon which the machinery U
consiructcti, until arrangements arc
made for having letters patent l5-ue
abroad at the same time as here. This
Invention, if it succeed-', will revolution
Ire the present system of generating
team, and be of Incalculable value in an
economical point of view."
The Mas-ac county doctor hau- a
Medical Society in which they take much
pride and tell their experience. At the
last meeting Dr. Gebhait reported a sin
gular and very malignant case of Scarla
tina in which the deferential diagnosis
wm very diflicuit. The favorable eflect
that resulted from grearing the patient
with hog jaw marrow and lard were re
ferred to by the doctor. Dr. Ilronson
had often anointed his sjearlatlna with
olite oil. Ur. Norris had med glveerlue
la similar cans. Dr. Cmwan had used
goose grease. Dr. ltrown thought
greasing good In all eruptive diseases.
Dr. lirowmon made tomu Interesting re
marks on the use of oil externally In tu
berculosis, which elicited an animated
nd Instructive dlcuiiIon from all the .so
ciety. Ur. Orr is now trying the grease
treatment and t.o far with success. It will
fce en that the Massae doctor run to
TEJIPEHAJftt AT VIK.A.
rtie lenna correfpoudent of the Mas
vie Journal aay there Is n grow ing tern
Irnce organization at Vienna "and
mny n old sucker Is being weaned from
the bottle." Vienna U one of the antl
Ueeue towns of Southern Illinois. The
"c-.uon um a licence ordinance ought
to be adopted, u met with houu of hor-
me people of that village. The
cotnequenct U, the "old nueker," l-v
wound with black bottles, and black hot-
iurK underneath the eountero of all
ii.swim. ui course, ilruukcunesi Is enl
mm met, uarbondale. Marlon
nu o ner towns we might mention arc
fearful examples. Toomnei, i "
U ruining them. If the Vienna 1
Mee society Is anxious t,, advance the
chum: of temperance in that vllla-o it m
r.wvuiu me uuejage 01 an onu:iaucc nro
two liquor aloon. If till wp.u,.-
people who svhhcd to drink would do to
int counter, and uot as now suckprJ.
hTo. , wm"u ,loor!' Tl,y Private
- ... wiuirance towni mauufatures
tar more drunkardj than the well rcgnla
liquor aloou could possibly do.
" IAOE-JIO HIVaRCK.NO
K";lwc,who occupies the
t In which lately f.at Chief Justice Me
lfc",lMreversMlthc ,,xUi01l of , ,
'"J 'I 't of Mr.. Ann
u-vnllrlgham Young for
vu, . mUce 1owe hola u t
- UU! circumstan-
wuianotbe, a w mirr, ,
iTProe. ami u lufii w.u .u
sviuu wm - urn mumony. nrf
I, IMrMOW, wlU MC get hrthlrten
thousand dollars cash and the hundred
dollars a month, as hc
finally nntlelpa'ed. Chief Justice I.owe
has rendered a Jut decision. The par
tics to the uit were either married or not
married. If they were married, the cir
cumstances of the separation would gov
ern thu question of alimony. If they
were not man led, they could not be di
vorced, and there would be no grounds
upon ulileli the plalntitl' could clatm ali
mony. The decision of ex-Chief Justice
McKean had the appearance of persecu
tion ol Ihf Mormon prophet. Chief-Jus-tlec
Lowe's dlpoal of tlie suit, while It
doc not hurt llrighain'.s pocket. ctrle- s
evert: blow at thu whole Mormon .truct
lire by placing cleat ly before the Mor
mon women the position they are plnccl
lu by the laws of the United state. I
"THK TMl'Tlf 1 IIIVrollY."
The .Mn:ic Journal admits that Mr.
Jones, of Jo Davie, while upon the Hour
of the llotitff, which wnsliieslmi at the
time, threw u volume at Mr. Plater, of
Hardin : but this fact should not, lu the
opinion of the ,onW, he ued to prove
that the ltipubllcans are ieponiblo for
the confusion that thereupon ensued, it
Is true Mr. Jones Is a 1,'adieal. and that
he began a scene of disgraceful conluMon
in the Houe by Hinging a volume at the
head of a fellow member, but the logical
and unprejudiced Journal lnlt that the
Democrats and Independents are lespon
slble for the Jone.s-PJatcr rlol, and ought
to be rehukul at the polls by the people.
Furthermore,'' says the Journal, "(lie
motion ol Mr. Connelly after the Ilou-e
adjourned, that Jones he called tempora
rily to the cltnlr, did not evince any de
ign or intention on the part ot the. He-
publicans to M'l.c forcible po-eJdon of
the machinery of thu Hoii-e, and alias
sections to the ell'eet are only made to
cover up the hortcoiutngs ot the Oppo
sition." We have never attempted to
cover np the shortcomings of the Oppo
sition. On the contrary w t have asserted
and reprobated the conduct of the Oppo
sition in the Hou-e. When therefore we
insert that thr attempt made
by the Hepuhlieaii members oftho IIoit;0
upon the motion ot Mr.
Connelly to get posiou of the chair,
was a bold attempt at revolution, the
charge cannot Iw laid at our door that Ave
make the cliargt- to cover up the -liort
comings of the Oppo-ltlou. 'VUa Journal
admits that Mr. Connelly made liU motion
that Mr. Jones Im; elected temporary
speaker after the IIuti; h.id adjourneil.
He declared the motion carried, and Mr.
Jour attempted to take the
chair, and woidd hate dme
o, had not .Mr. O'Halr placed
a pistol at IiU heail and dared him to
carry hi revolutionary intention into ef
fect. The Journal cannot deny UmI Mr.
Jones would have taken the chair If he
had not met this opposition ; and If he
had done .o would not the Hcpuhliaini
have proceeded with the buslne- of the
House? We have no doubt th'-v would
I wve discovered lu a very Kltnrt time
that they had blundered, and It wa u
great ini-tako ot tlio Democrats that they
resl-ied Ihe.advanee of Joue- tolheehalr.
They should have permitted him to con
summate the revolution he and Connelly
Iaiicuijncii. nic 'copie wouni inve ie
buked them lu :t decided manner.
We?tiuoreland, IVnn.. eenteniiial'. to
-Coinini-i-Ioner Douglas- -teps- down
but not out. fie will Iw given the place
ot the Sixth Auditor of tlie Treasurv.
-Congre.s.'man Meek of Kentucky
want to be United Slates Senator from
his State, and will doubtles-1 make a
Judge l'lcrrejwit, it lsald, will step
"roin the Attoiney-GeueraMdp into the
shoe left by Mr. Pish, when that "enllc-
nan leaves the cabinet.
A tlrm lu Mcuiphl is about to iK'gln
the manufacture of artlllelal marble,
made of aeld-proof eeiuent, and which Is
said to be superior to the real article.
Tho proees-s of transfu-lon of blood
a been tried on Oen. Frank Mlalr,
whoso sand of life were sutmosed to
have nearly run out, and Its ellects have
been ol the mo.st gratifying character.
-At Chicago, when the descent was
made at several of the distilleries, all tho
United States otllcers who'o duty It was
to be there, were ab,ent, thus showing
complete collusion between them ami the
-About fifty otllclals connected with
the revenue service, and who were blind
to.the Illicit distillery transaction, have
Ik-cu caught. Solicitor Wll?on makes no
secret of his Intention to do his be-t to
send them to the penitentiary.
Tho orltiual America Tea Coinpituy, of
rw lork, of which llobt. Well Is Presi
dent, wits est iMMicd In mo, nml flnco
thnt time bus been steadily gaining In favor
not ouly In the city of New Vork. but all
over the country, until now Its tens teach
every section. The leading press nf tho
city ami of hundreds nf place in ttis coun
try Uvo enrtorsed It ni perfectly rclisblc,
andpirtle wi.hlng excellent teas at low
price, can with perfect confidence sand
to this company for them. Their teas arc
putuplnonu pound package, with the
Mud and price print ul on the wrappers;
wo,tnhaxeicnit.ilnlD5, 10, 20 nnd 39
povnd,. 'fney ran;;c , prlcc fron J0 ccn(
tol3)rtr pou-ld. Our mrr
have sample, mulct to their a.ldrm ,r
cioims ju cent,, tor ea:li .;.i,. -n.
company wish reliable axcnU ln ' tmvll
to get up clubs amongst family tor ,lolr
""i""" uaci Kroat iquiicoiiipih.
iuruur circular. Address
J - . .
sini'i, rrn t, No. II
Veey -t., Sew
-r .,fl,'r Ml,y ntt ' l'nenaer
Train on th is rmd win ..I. n,er
nnr 1 r, -sic iroill HID ,-gr.
ner ol Comm.reUI aveuua u, Hecoiwl
street at 7:15 i... ti ... r'c(mi1
Mopatthe platform; ?
"V.0' Pa."'nK" obtMD tickets
"uu" nuiuntcimlht point
M-2T. Jou KonmiT,' Agent,
MEMPHIS AND CAIRO.
BHiXL TItSY BK UNITED RY A NAltltOW
Ttils l llie Ctiirallon Jlnl M li- A-U
SSIille I'rnllii lljx nr A SI,
Ai Interesting Letter front an Enthusiastic
Mi.Mi'iits. Tkn.v., May I2lh, is;..
.toluill. UItI), V.vi., (j!ro, tllhiula
!:.ut Sin : I regret not having been
able to remain In Cairo longer than I did
on my return from St. Louis, but bus
iness engagements required me" to pa
Immediately throutrh your eltv.
I tun lrnillllctl lu belnirnhle to sav tluit
your Narrow tJauge road from Cairo to
.St. I.ouls fully realized inv evneetatlou :
i Inet, surjias'i'd them. The coaches
ran more .smoothly, and the seed was
moiv rapid than 1 evpeetrd. I innt suv
I have never ridden on any mail w here
the roaches were more comfortable than
on Dial portion of the Cairo and Si. I.ouls
road between Murohysboro and.St. l.ou
distance of !I3 mile-. In a few weeks
the oilier portion of tin- road
from Muriihv.sboro to Culm, a dlitancco
i mile., win be in equally jxood condl
tlon. The eaiiie (d the dlllerence hi tin
present condition of the two portions ot
the road I that the la-a portion. .18 miles
:is recenty been laid with Iron rails and
lias not yet had time to settle and become
So far from the ear belli' liable to rtu
oil the track, tluy have never done so ex
eept in one. iutanee, and that was eainec
by a .switch being left open. No pasen
jrer sustalneil any Inlurv.
The experience ofthln-oad .shows the
utter fallacy of the generally received
opinion that road" of till de-eription are.
more u-eful than tho-i; of a wider gauge.
Kxactly the opposite i the fact, and the
reasons are obvious to any one who will
examine and en the practical working
of thl road.
The locomotive pull n nnvjh freight
on thl road in one train a I, pulled on
any roail having a -tcep grade. A lo
l oiuotlvo weighing 21 ton-, hauled o er
thbj road atone time. ltJ ton of paying
freight. If the grade- had been le-
teeptheainouiahaubil would have been
If there have W-u any doubts a- to the
praeticability of thl-description of road
the -iicce of the ( 'aim ,t St. I.ouls road
mu-t remove them.
This road ha already rehired freivlits
on otlicr road-, and inu-t si fniher re-
luce thini in I'uture.
To Cdro thl i aroad of the jIim Im
portance. It bring-to her the Mix Mild
ly coal which is iicd In tire ilirnriee rit
St loul In lt raw state, thus eaii-ing ll
to be very valuable in the manufacture of
iron. TliosipplyofthN eo.il is nbuu
dant. Tlw(;art-lde mines are e-ipable of
yielding -o.ooo ton-. ,r half n million of
m-hclspcr month, to say iiotblier.,f n...
Mount I'arbon nnd Lewis mine-. "
You can gu Iron ore down the
Tcinie-see river from the counties
of Humphrey., Hickman, Perry.
Decaf ur ami Wayne, ill Tenne.-.-ee-
much cheaper than It can bo obtained at
St. I.oul-, fioin llie Iron Mountain, and
the leniic-ee ore iniikc tho very be-t
Iron. Willi your advantage as a provi
sion market, being near the grain Held
of Southern Illinois, wltii eliean and
good coal, wilh cheap, abundant and
valuable Tenne-ee ore, why eannot
Calm become- n Kreat Iron luanulitcturlii''
city? and why can .-he not turnUh a
large portion of the .-iipplic needed in
Southern market-, uch as baeon. Hour
ami proyMou ol all kind? If the
Southern people will not raise the-o
things Ilieuiselve.-, u It seems to me they
should to a great extent, valuable as the
Cairo and St. Iritis will be to Cairo a it
is, yet it value would ls greatly In
creased If it could Iw extended South a
far a Memphis Vicksbur'' and ow Or
The (llllleiilty will be In irettlny from
Cairo to Memphis, because, there aiv al
ready so many railroads In We,si Ten-
neueu oi iiiiierent "miL'e, uml the
ground seems to be fully occupied ; but
tills road WOllhl Minply ll lle-lilerntiini In
giving a direct connection between Mein-
pnisnnu hi. I.ouls through Cairo by
means of a road of the ,amn lrautri; under
one and the samo management.
When oneo built to Meinnhl ihri..
would be no dlllleulty in u.xteudlntr It in
VIeksburg and even to New Orleans.
It would go down the Mississippi hot.
toni, thu controlling-n largo portion of
the business lu thu l azoo nnd Ml.ls
slppl valleys on this side of the MIsIs
slppl river. It U a remarkable fact that
tho Yiuoo river is the only one ot anv
Importance running Into tho Mississippi
on Its eastern side between Memphis and
Tills railroad would develon the tinnsf
rottou region not only on thu continent
but In thu world. It ,111V rmul tn 1i
Southern States would pay as an Invest-
iiieui mis is ino road. Owing to the
character of the country, It bchlg goner
ally level, the road from Cairo to Mem
phis would cost loss than the
road from Cairo to St. Louis tins rnul
and it seems to moa coutlnuoiK iin. f.,,'
St. Louis to Memphis through Cairo,
wouni pay ociicr, accorillng to It co-t,
than a road merely from St. i.nnN t
The parties ownliis and lnieinii in
the Calm ,t St. Louis road should, It
seeui3 to me, be anxious for an extension
to Memphis Vicksbnrg, or wen N'ew
Tlie value i;i the farm ni-nilmo p. ii.,.
four 'I euiiessce counties through which
im roan would run Shelby, Payette,
iiii.vnuoti nun uoiou are as follows :
'I'oUt lu,IU,T03 M.arn
.Aremphlii Is tho centre of the great cot
ton region where more than 100,000
bale ot cotton urn annually
sold, This roail between Mmiphls
nnd Cairo has brcn graded for Ut mile,
nlno miles from Memphis to Hnlelgh and
'22 miles Ironi ltrownssllle .to I'rlend
ship. If capitalist would t.ike holdol Ihlscn-
tcrprlse so as to gle iissunmcc of Its
early completion, tho people on the Hue
or the mad would Mill luithrr aid In its
, more IiitIiIii field forthelmetinenl
of capital I hac neur known, and a
.stronger link to bind the Northern mid
Southern State together In leellug and
Interest eould not be loitud, becau-e it
would be another Mississippi who;
wave would bo not of water but of Iron.
Vers uuly yours,
Wm. J. Svki.
TILE DAILY BULLETIN.
rrsilK lli;i.l.UTIN U iuWtUbit frry monilnif
(c.C''l Motility) In tlir ll.lilrllll tlillMlu, Out
Ill r Wii-lmixtuu iimur itii'l I wtlllh Utrtl
'I uk tltuj.nx Ii k.-rsl to city ulwOteVra by
fattlillil cjnlvii nt Twrut)-rte Out n W'i:k,
iayulilewtrlly. lly M.ill, tin ttJfftbn), tlilprr
minimi; tit uioulln, )! tint- month, 41) om-
THE WEEKLV BULLETIN.
I'nlilMii-l ttry 'IMitUy Uiornlnfn (1 ij
r iiaimiu, tnvrlulily lu Jhui-. '1 Uc imtUr
OU lti Wt- Ul- W III hr lnpldltliioClt( 0
tlml iibrllits will ubLiln I'ur u ubrlplluu
rleeuf l n Jmt.
ll A i l v .
IIu-lrr-1 Cnr.l-, peranuilin ou
llnv (luiic, iin uwtlun . I 00
tiiif dituirr, two lnrlloni, ........... I V)
Mim' i unn , onr ntvk, 5o
Onr S'liari', two Wn-ka, J .71
Onr Sliwre, tlm- Wrtk,. 4 Ul
One nnr, on rii'ihlli... AC!
One "iMti-, mi' Ir.vrtlon on
Kadi t-rfiint liiirrllon CO
Zy'iw. fiidi i- it nixi f .
J3ro rrjiiUraihrrllM-rs tu3tttnroxo
j3imiit, Ixitli at to mtr ol ch.r, nut nuu
nsrof i1i-ibyin; tluir fatcra.
j-.Voly, In IochI column in;rtct for Kit-(ik-ii
rnti jir lint fjr nnr In-ntlun, 'Iwnly
nt ii line fur two Inwrtluns, rwruty-Kise
tVnt h line f.ir Hum- inirtl'iin, 'fhliiy-'ir
Outs a Hue for oue wl, mil JfTnly-KUr
Cenls a Hiu- foronr niontli,
Coiumunluatlons upon aubjecta of
ural Interest to the publio aollclted.
! Her riiouM Iwa'lJirisi! lo
JOIIS II. OliKltl.V,
I'nuldeut Cairo lii-.Iltllti C'nniiaiiy.
I'll YNI4I A.MS.
Y-pLI.IAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
Ri:IIKXCK: Sn 11 TlilrlwnUi itirtl, U
twftn Waihlaton iiM-uiif ami Walnut atiwl.
Ol'HC'K: N'ortli tide f Kiahth 6tl(t lir.
twitn Comniucul mill WVihlutonriiuc
W. DUNNTNO, M. D.
IIKSIIlKXCKt Corixr Xinili xti't Walnut
OlTICKi CoriiirSixlli ttitl au'l Ohio Uvi.
OFFICK HOUItS: iiom i. Urn., jml
from 'J to nt in.
JR. W. BLAUW,
omCK: Iluilr' lllocl, (up-aUlia), ronmr
V:Ik1i'1i atnet uml Washlniion arcauv
JOHN H. MUULEY,
Attorney tit laaw.
UKKICUi UIkIiIIi Mrr, V-tnn (Tfimmrf
ctM unit WanUlulon uimiui.
gAMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney at Law.
OFFICK: Ohio ljcnv, rtr rwrn fornmly
occupiva by Flrtl Nutlcual lunk,
Q.11KL'N ft GILBERT,
AttorneTN and Couuwvlorn
OFFICE: Ohio Lcvcc, rooms 7 anil 9
City Nutloual liana,
WliiUmii Orffn, )
WIUIbd, u. Ullbvrt, I CAIItO IIX1NOIS.
Mllen Fml'Ji (illbtrt. 1
, EJ.SjwfM titration Klvcn to Ailmlralty
HWatmn HMili faiiotlflut tint 011 thoiftiU
. itavol April. I57S, writ or ntuchmnt
wtslsaiicd out or tliEclrrk'a offlcs-or ine Alx
umlfrcouniy circuit court, In llie Hwteof 1HI
iioia, UKlnt your ntntr, murnAblc on the Jrtl
Momluv In May, 1S75, nt the ault of ThomM
IjimUeivon.svlirrtlnyou, BmtWIllltmJ. Allan,
Urmor Allan 4 MVbb, art rtteniUnta, for the
im oridrt which wni haa Iwtn levied njKin
Ihecsuir ol you, tlicMld II. Wataon Webb, unit
tcno;t uiwniii Kurnlihcr. and aalUault la uow
lna Inc In bald court. Unit you ahalltpptflr,
Klse bail, ami pluail. wllhln the time llmllul for
your uppearamv, JuilRment srlll lie entered, the
ratutcau attached itolU, aud prortolliiKS Imktn
iipalnst Md pamltbre.
IMtnl April sath, 17.S.
1 ,. , "KtMIVf. VOCUM. Clerk.
H ,IM,cl attorney fur plidntlff.
Ty'T,'hP:..t'fi ur"lurili McUanlel, iteceavied.
jKfni.. iS, l"eTt l.funl lmvlu ,e nt'l'olnted
ni. L i.V2rr..or nMr 01 Zacharlih lie
;,r i iT,,,.tI ,VLtUv S01 "f Alexander tint State
wll ,mX uS!? (,,,"by KlesTotlw that tie
iTeriiK T'0.1''"' county court or AltKtn
ner hjuiiIj , ut tin. court house In Cairo atlhe
wKiy uS; ai1. ,.lJu, Vnnt,tt
uiucn lime nil iKrinna Imr tut rlalina aralnal
"5r lh. i! ';VL9M! nrt ..UtTNorind
lnkniini.ii;ii..r. wware rrnucsieavo
ikio 1 ui', )'ywnt to theundrnlnied.
Ilatcl 11. ;?.d,fAy or April, A. ItfS
Refrigerators, Water Coolers, loo
Cream Freciera, Window Hereon
wire uiotn, uira uages, .os nan
kots, Toilet Sets, Ffshtng Tackle,
iamps, uii, uaimasyn, auu
lino Flews and a general stock of
wrltl, Ih lnir 1 ltn Ural.
rl4 Tin-mltti, ami am pmiarul u itu allVUi ti
of Job Work on -tliort niticr.
I krrp I'rtnitJUtlj' on tiamt litKrU't!' '
Cooking Stoves, Tinware, Build
Wholoaalo and Retail.
?,)letnt ful Hi' relflnvttvl
r)"Call an t esunlne bfore putchsfliif, as I
will not U under'oM .,...
lui corner lath mill 0111. Av S'AIKSI.
C. W. HENDERSON.
Tho Fooplo'a Romedy.
Tho Universal Pain Extractor.
Ask for Poud'e Eztritet.
Take no other.
"llejr furl HltHakof ttirllmt IIiIiik- '
luliirle lu Muu nr Ura.l-,
I rail. HruUea
iHlralua, Mpraln, Culitu-
Irrarlurr. C11U, l.inni
ImI ur Incltiil W'uliliil.
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In Uiilil- nr Tretb
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Nori- Tliroiit ur Ouiuy.
1 Intlmnvl louslf-.
Iltlpf lirrln. Rrunehl-
Sloro or lnfiAined I',j- i.r
! KlAtrhfA, lytnlt-ry
MAr Mlpplvo. Inrtiiiit-l
.Pitlnfiil or Iihi I'nifii.v
nilU l.-ir. ilfarlun ll
I ami Tuin.ir-.
QCMtTriVl liral and Mtramrnry.
nLiYir.uT.lh,nH,, aniJ ti.ii.i-
tiona of Intaiit, or
VMrlrner Vein. Ku-
larg'il orlnflAmnl Vein
I'lccra. Old Mirci, Inter-
Hull, l.'arbuiul, In
inor-i, Hot nwillliiE
INTERNAL 'riiH ml Uunlnu, l,t!Mf
id or .-ore Tut.
X'liiillnu,lli.iiif m or .-ml-I
I'elon ur Whitlow, l"int-i-d
Limbs nr ',ui
."llm,-, Lhnppiil Hand
I'OXD'M EXTKACI' is rut uleliyiill t'lrot.
CIh DriiKKlvlH, and m ommejiled bv
all truir(Ut, rtiytlclaiis, and eer.
body who lima ever 11 wd It.
fniaptilel contalnlnK History and U"i infiil-
ul frr on applicmtion, Ifuot fnund sliMir
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
. York anil London,
Prices to suit the Times, i
Wholosalo Figaros, but No Credit !
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Noxt Door to Stuart Si OholBon'n
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND
HATli, Bonntta, Flower, a, l-nrri, Illlilion,
w, ,hU' Vilu!' Tlt?' "'l't"i fi.i.Hi,,
KMCIoin, Ilosltiy, Moratcdi,
Also tbe "LudlM' Drnti Itermiii'
Anil all tlie crw tyleof IrlminliiK Hlkn fur
b)irliiK and Mimnirr
Elllie.u uijoiU i
tj-ilil-.u tfoiala will Ih anlil ut very low Uk-
urea, for CASH aud CASH OM.V
XQRTIJSIDK OF MOUTH STREET
Etwn Washington and CotnmsroUl
BOX asd BASKET CO
All kind liard and fort, I
PLOOBINO, SIDING, IiATH, &o.
Mill aad Yard,
Cornr Thirty-Fourth Streot and
PAINT AND OH DEAI,ERS.
mjS5ii0i&E&Jtn'. aMtatMatttttV flalaaaaL.
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOODS,
fV. willrll rorri-ionilinr- and ordrl- fmm
11 01 kini 111 our 1111 .-miwiiihoiii. riauiinuiii
mini mi imamc iniir in iini'iiitaiiir inir-.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, fiATPQ RETAIL 3t PRESCiH PTIO
74 OHo Levee, ' vs'aohfiifttoa Av.,Cor.8th t.
PROMINENT ADVANTAGES s
TUB NEW l,0t RliSKKVOIli "ST.M.D"
Groat Durability with Handsome Designs, antl Giving PER
FECT SATISFACTION Everywhere.
MADE ONLY DY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
612,614, 010 and 018 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois. ""T-am
F. M. STOGXSFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
1 JT01UElXGrlSr .JNTD DOM13STIO
I Wines an d Liquors,
' 62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
KocpH a lull Bt"ek of
ZS.on tru.ols.y Boxirlaon,
Monongahola, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND A NO CALIF0KN1A WINES.
" m m w. v
COIJCimi VHITE LEAD,
ETC., E'I C.
Un.pt'1 I. I'liy 'an ami (iir.uiil "li.ti. In nt'i
nnu r;iui .ii'ii
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KK KC0X0.MV IX I'RU'E.
QUICK AND UNIFORM
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B & MO