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tUtMmg Mater mrj !.
xi U ton K. OBSAX.T, Bdltor.
THAT Xri'L MOTOR,
iSre determined our 'roftdcK ln.ll
not "bunt in Ignorance" ol'ull Hit- news
afloat concerning tho wonderful Kccly
motor, and have tlicroforc published else
where in the Bulletin of this mornlnga
letter from the Kew York Tribune Hint
gives some Interesting Infornintlon on
this subject. If Kccly Is n fraud, ho Is o
greater man at deception than any of the
fii-"-nJ"jrp1-". mid Ahould at )noo set
up as a spiritual medium.
'J'ho Chicago. Timn flourishes notwlth
tnndlng the raid of the damage grabbers,
who. by using courts nnd jurli-s, have
managed to lately drain Storey of large
sums of money. Koblicry by law
thievery under the shield of the libel
law cannot make the old tiinnof the
Timet moult a feather ; hut rather makes
him strontr to Unlit thu battle of :i free
press. He bus therefore added largely
to the printing machinery of the Timet
office, nnd made It the IhM equipped
newspaper ivtubllshment In the Wot.
'the. following Is a lUtiirp.ileiil" Jm-il
irom the United States patent olllce to
Illinois Inventor', for the week ending
June 12, 1S7.'i, mid eaeh dated Mav 23.
Windmills .1. Cunhiiiiui, 'riimiiboii ;
Wheel I'low., .1 Keys and .. De. Melr,
Coultcr-vllle ; Uuckles, S. I.ockwood and
.T. War, Chicago , Windmill, W. Marsh.
Sycamore: Painting Machine, W.
Marsh, ..Sycamore; Swing, H.
Mo Clevoy, Chicago; HcvoMng
Stereoscope, S Seward, Piano:
machine for heading wrought nnlU, T.
Wood, Chicago; machine lor making
wrought nail blanks, 'J'. Wood, Chicago;
milk strainer, .1. Bray, l.allarpe; device
lor swaging bullet1!, X. Mills, Elgin; coal
"hovel, .1. Talmadgc. Chicago; cxtcn--llile
fire ladder, J. lUrchler, Chicago;
steamer nnd boiler, U. ltnch, Kl IVo;
Iron fei.ee, M. Freeman, lSloumlugton;
pump, 1). Gorton, Quincy; ulr-beatiug
mid veutilutlng furnace, l. Kimble.
THE Ml'DOMMd CI.AI'M.VS
In thega-at speech to tlicTiltoii-ltcecli-er
jury, Mr. Kvarts. cninuicutlug upon
the high standing of the wltuews of Mr.
Heecher, paid a glowing-tribute to one of
them, Mr. II. II., Claflin. This man'
word, Mr. Kvarts clalmed,hoiild betaken
against a whole army nt-wltucs-i!. lll;u
'I'llton and Moultou ; he was a merchant
prince; his honesty was proverbial; bis
Integrity above suspicion; and, bc-ldcs,
he was one of the ehoen of the Lord, a
man who sat close to the altar, and was
Godly he was in danger of becoming
too good for the world and being trans
listed after the manner of Knocb. Late
event have had a tendency to strip olY
the back of Clafln the gowuns robe nut
upon It by hearts, anil snow
him In the light of as common
a rogue as walks the earth with rolled
up cye,i praying while he pilfers. He,
with the other member of his Ann, has
been Indicted by a United State-, circuit
court for alleged complicity In llkinnj;
gllng fraud, nnd has been refpiircd to give
bonds In the sum of $20,0X1. He may
not be guilty; nnd wc are sure, .Mr.
Ileccher will do all lie can to swear his
Irlendout of the trouble ho Is In. At pres
ent he is praying for Claflin, and will
continue to ask the Lord to hide the evi
dence of smuggling against this pillar of
Tiir.ci.Ari.iK a :. ixin:r.Mi:vi.
II. It. Claflin & Co., the great New
Vork merchants, have been Indicted lor
t-llk smuggling. The. speeille charges are
contained In than Indictment.
The first af these contains three counts,
aud charges the tirm with concealing lx
cases of smuggled silk, valued at :S0,O(K),
on the 21st day ot April, 187!t.
The second Indictment contains sixteen
counts, and charges the tirm with receiv
ing and concluding at various times du
ring the years 1872 aud 18".'l a large
quantity of silk.
J. The third Indictment contains 2S
counts, aud charges that during tlicyeaii
1673 and 1S7I the firm received and Mild
large quantities ofllk, well knowing the
goods to have been smuggled and clan
destinely Introduced Into the port ol New
The names of the members of the llrm
of Horace II. Claflin A. Co. w ho are made
parties to tho iuUlctincut and are In
dicted areas follows : Horace 11. Claflin,
John Clatlln, Kdwaid K. Kanie, Horace
.1. Falahild, William S. Dunn, D.iule
Kobinon and William II. Talcott.
The amount ot smuggled goods with
which II. II. Chimin A Co. arc charged
with receiving and dealing In amount to
M-vc-en ?500,000 and $000,000.
A l'KHM ll KXI'IJIIMI'.M'
InthoNewYoik Graphic Marie How
land describes the -oelul palace" at
GuUe, In France. The "social palace" Is
an immense establishment, designed ami
conducted by a great capltalit, M. Go
dhi, for the accommodation of finnllie,
and Is altogether like and yet altogether
unllke,'a great boarding house. It is like
a boarding house In the matter of meal.-,
rooms, Ac, hut unlike a boarding house
In tho way It Is kept. K very
thing Is clean and delightful aud
the whole establishment, thu cooking,
the laundry, the nursery and every
other department Is conducted on thor
oughly -ystematlc and scientific princi
ples. Knell family has Us private apart
ments, to which meals may be curried II
It is desired to maintain the privacy ol a
home, in the "grand nursery," pro
vided with trained aud competent uuues,
the mother may leave her children with
uo anxious fears that they will be neg
lected .or that they will not receive
equally an good care as sho herself
would give them. All the advantages
of tho "social pnlnce" are gUeit for tho
smallest possible profit over their actual
cost, and the mothers ami wives who
live there are able, by the Immunity
from the petty anxieties and
tread-mill labor of nidlnaty
honsckecplng, to earn n part
of the fatnilv sitbditeiice by work-
in the establishment. This M. ilodln
furnlshc to nil who deMte It ; many do,
and over seventy women now occupy
salaried positions for certain hours In the
day, In the nursery, schools, laundries
or shops connected with the establish
Indeed, ays Mis llowland, If women
could but realbc that lifelike (hat In the
Social Palaee Is possible for us nil, they
would abandon all other catties nnd re
forms and give capitalists and philan
thropists no rest or (cace until they or
ganized like dwellings to take the place
of our expensive Isolated home., where
the rule for women i 'all work and no
A IIKHOritATIC IIAIIIIUCI
The Goluondit correspondent of the
Metropolis 77xiM, ays:
A number of our citizen attended the
decoration at Mound City Saturday. Sev
eral, however, (Itepubllcan) -ay that It
might have been taken for n Democratic
barbecue, luee none hut speakers ofth.it
parly were put forward, until sonnof the
boys called out 'Gov. Dougherty,' of
.lohesboro. Hope the managers will have
l.ogan tbeic next time. I.oiran would
not make a bad President."
Sonic Ifepnbllcan cannot be lair, and
will Indulge, upon all po-lblo occasion-,
In the most bare-faced falsehood. Such
a faNehood is the aerllon that none but
Democratic peakor. were put forward.
The truth Is, none but Republican wcie
Invited to do the .-peaking at Mound
City on decoration day l.ogan,
Oglo'hy and Morton. li
was accilaii:ed that iieltherof tin -e gen
tlemen could attend. I.ogau was en
gaged In covering up hi relation- to the
crooked lilky tinu-aetlous of hie man
Mr. Muun; OgleOiy was taking care that
Li i tran hould not get ahead of him In
the re-deal that wa at that time taking
place, and Morton had agreed to peak
Mime place cle. Then the eommltteo
looked around for other -pcakcr. and got
.Mr. Olicrly. Politic weie not thought
of in the matter, and if any itcpiibliem
was oU'eudeil by I fie arrangement ho I
altogether too -eiiiltlvo to live long, lie
.should throw hlmelf upon the eomlort-
i lug bo-oiii of tho anaered McCartney
j and die without the lo-s of valuable time.
Autr.itHi: oimmo.v o.v
Captain John Cowdon, of Memphis, in
the Aealmiric of a late date, critlei-e.s the
ids' jetty system adverely and predicts
the entire failure of the plan. A writer
In thu St. I.oni Democrat ol theUth tilt.,
!iiluucc the success of the letlv svslem
at the mouth of the Danube as an augury
ot micccs at the mouth of thu .MI--I-
ippi. "Nature has the sinie laws every
where and a system of engineering suc-
ces-tul in Kurope cannot, under like cir
cumstances, fall in America."
Captain Cowdon admits the soundness
of tho proposition, but denies that the
clrenmMancc are alike and cites f.iets and
liffttrtr tf r?t,Mlvtll.1fl ' Tn lllllf VIUIII'O-
very," hi- position.
He proceeds to show that the
MIs-isslppi and the Danube arc
unlike in many respects; llrst, the Missis
sippi drain an area of 1,12:1,100 square
mile, w hilst thu Danube only drains an
area of :.o0,000 square miles.
Second, Thu Mississippi annually dis
charges Into tho Gulf 1 l,SS:i,:t00.52:i,sSO
cubic feet of water, whilst the Danube In
the . same thnu only discharges 110,o:N,
200,000 cubic feet of water a diflerenee
Third, The sediment discharged
through the several mouths ol the MIs-sl-lppl
lor one year is U,lS8,GS:i,870 cu
bic feet, whilst thu Danube, through all
of Its mouths for ouo year discharges
210,000,000 cubic feet, a dlllercnee of 111,
!Mi9,0$0 and home hundred, of which only
one twenty-seventh part acccordlng to
the Democrat passes out through the
Sullna Pass, or equal to annual discharge
of 8,111,111 cubic feet, or IKl.li times less
than that of the Mississippi, or, In
at her words, whilst the Mls.-l-.lppl
discharges 1KI3 cubic feet
the Sullna Pass discharges
to thu .-ea
Fourth, By computation,
Pass of tho .Mississippi earric
ten times more sediment than does the
Sullna branch of the Danube aud nearly
as much as does the wholu Danube-Itself.
Fifth, For natural reason, there I a
good foundation for jetties at the Sullna
Pa.-, while, at thu South Pass, In conse
quence of the greater deposit, together
with tho chemical action of thu salt water
of the Gulf on that of the fresh water of
the Mississippi, wo not only have uo
solid foundation, but mud lumps often
ri'lng in a well as out of (he channel.
Slth. High and unbroken hanks from
iihj iie.iuui inu i'.iuuoo uuua to tno sea
create a head r!-e, without which ietlies
cannot be niailea miccc-. Thu banks ol the
Mississippi, from thu delta to thu sea, are
on a level with tide water, nearlv llat and
with no house to create a head rle uu
les tho banks are raised bv arlillcial
means. If this JVeiu not an Impossibility,
It would create another dillluuliy, namely,
the more rapid extension ol thu bar Into
thu Gull, an extension which cannot bo re
moved, but which it would not be wise
to Increase faster than it now Increases
by the natural action of the water.
Seventh, At the Sullna Pa, there Is
littoral current, which dally carries tho
sediment away, whereas at the mouth of
the Mississippi there I none
These arc a low of the many tact
taken from the highest engineering au
thority, anil one of which goo to show
says Captain Cowdan, that in no slnglu
Instance is there any similarity us lo the
condition of things at tho mouths of the
two rivers, and these facts In the main
apply with equal forco to all tho other
rivers tho mouths of which have been
fcomewhat Improved by Jetties. Besides,
It has yet to bo demonstrated how they
can secure by this system a greater depth
of water at tho mouth of any sediment
bearing rlvor than w hnd during the
war at tho mouth of tho Mississippi,
when there were no dredging contract,
Jetty jobs to let. nortowboats to obstruct
Hence, Captain Coivdon concludes tho
Jetty plan will not nnd oiviiini succeed In
I M'fMirtntr ii rriinincretnl nutlet silrh ns the
commercial necessities of the people of
the MMsdppi and Ohio valleys demand
at the hands ol the Federal Government.
HA KIT. It 'N HAMAXIXi: roll JI'LV,
Httrytr'i Maga'.lnt for July contains
over ninety beautiful engraving, Illus
trating n great variety of subjects. Seven'
of thu .o enteen artlclci nre Illustrated.
Mrs. SpolVord's splendidly lllusliatcd
pnper on Xewbiiryport Is Itself so pictur
esque, and so full of color, as to almost
need no pictorial embellishment. She
hows that the old town nt the mouth of
the Merrlmac Is as rich hi literary and
historic associations as Concord on one
of the tributaries of that river ha been
shown to be In the. May and dune num
bers of tlttrprr. Taken III eoniuctlon
with the article- on Conconl. Mr-. Spof
ford's paper completes the proof that the
Meriimae Valley "has some right to con
sider ltefl the Attic region of America."
The !ioclatloii with our naval history
ol the town which gave .John Paul .limes
hi two lieutenants Invite cpeelal atten
tion. "Here." says Mrs. Spoll'ord, "Ar
nold's P.xpcilitiou ngalnt ijilibce re
cruited and silled, with Its da-hlng , ouug
ollieer, Aaron Burr: and here were built
and manned not only tho very tlr-t of tin
privateer twenty-tw o of which, with a
thou-and men, were never heard from
alter sailing but many others which
raked British commerce to the valuu ol
millions In this pott, and the -loop Wnsp.
which fought a llercely ns her namesake
lights. In three mouth capturing thir
teen nicrch.intuieii. engaging four ships
of the line, and, dually, after a bitter
struggle, going down with all her men at
tlic gun, and all her colors lining."
Those who have read S. G.' W. Benja
min' paper hi the June number of VfV
itr, on the Channel Island, will have no
les plea-ure in following the -anio writer
through Id "Wanderings In Brittany."
occupying twenty page of this niimlior.
with thirty-one beautiful Illustrations.
But If Xewbiiryport and Brittany fall
to charm the reader, let htm turn to
William Black's de-eiiptinu of Lewis,
the mimiiial 1-laml of the Hebrides, lllii-.
tinted from thu writer's own pencil
sketches. Here, in Mr. Black's descrip
tion ofuatuiMl -cetiery and human char
acter, will ho found Ine --uMilc charm,
the 'uf ',ci, that moved him lo the
inarvclou creation of "A Prince of
Thnle." Here wo have the very Island
that of Berncra, "pre-ided over by a
worthy farmer and llslierman, who I
called it king" from which Mr. Black
derived his "King of Borva," lo whom
hi imagination gave a daughter "as
beautiful as thebcautlfiil scenery in w bleb
There is a .special fitness m Mr. Par
ton's -election, for tin; duly number, out
of hi chapters on caricature, that one
which treats ot "C.iiicituri! in the Revo
lutionary I'ciiniV tlr.it vcrinil twimUug
both llM Alllerielli I 111 i." ..i.
olutiou. Ill- leading Illustration, with
equal lltne--, 1 on- de-igned by Benja
min Franklin In London. 1771. Mr. Par
ton's article contain sixteen rare and
curious lllustratiiius belonging to the pe
riod under consideration.
Dr. Samuel Osgood. whoe early home
wasat the foot of Bunker Hill, In a -ome-what
philo-ophieal in iuner treat thu slg
ulllc.int 1-siies of the battle of .liiue 17,
177.'i, under the title of'-Lchoes of Bun
ker Hill." His contribution 1 illus
trated. Profes-or Charles Ban continues his Il
lustrated papers on tho Stone Age 111
Kurope, this month' lu-lallment dealing
mainly with the remains found in the
Hohlefels cave in Germany.
lids number contain a humorous love-
story by Mr. Frank ;M'Carlhy, ''The
Story of a Trombone," which Is charac
teristically Illustrated. MUs Virginia W.
loluison contributes a charming story,
entitled, "A Palace of Cobweb."
Miss Thackeray's beautiful storv,"Mlss
ngcl," is concluded ; hut the readers of
icrlal stories will find In "Garth," .lullan
Hawthorne's new novel, a storv that will
meet thu highest expectation. This
novel will place Mr. Hawthorne in the
llrst rank among American novclM.
The "First Century" article in tills
number is by Kdward Atkinon, and is a
very thoughtful and suggestive review of
the development of American commerce.
The poetry of tho number Is contrib
uted by T. II. Aldrleh, Fannie 11. Boblii-
son, .Nelly M. Ilutchln'on, Helen S. Con-
ant and A. F.
John Bigelow continues his pithy com
ments on llaytlau Proverbs.
Tho editor's "Kay Chair" contains
some pertinent Centennial suggestions,
pays a just tribute lo thu memory of the
late John Harper, discuses the modern
purgation of the theatre, and gracefully
acknowledges our debt to Theodore
Thomas for hi orchestra con !ert. Tho
"Sclenllllu Itccord" Is full of Interesting
matter, aud tho other editorial depart
ments arc as compact as u-iial with In--miction
Ever pri'sout "Ri-st for tho Weary."
Milliv-M-, I'llluw nml lloMir nl
G. W HICK'S
Curnii' nl' Nlinticnlli anil I'o
pliii' Mm la. In
tnl. iii lot', nl.
immii I lie- .ew mk Miih-aint
lire, in liillmv- Lxn-ljlur uml .-litic-k
Iii-f-i-i, lull Mr, cotton top, 4V .vis d-unil klt-
i nttiill tup, i . (toml plulll phlll.-k MllllllilfK, l
l:il nil Lnitnse, .-Inxle, mi l t illi Malluusc ut
iiliii-il prlni in Milt tin luril tliuoii, 'ivrnm
irir i r.in ihkiii'-I I'uui piliv pulil in-rum
linc k,-. ilillu-u-. ul iiiv I n tory
U 111 nut Mko Uuc'a
nrdwtr poiitn mU tbra.
Ulacfir.lli Tin Klni 11001.
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Tlffi MILT BULLETIN,
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(fU-qit Mimt1i) hi Uu' lliilti-lln lliilMlut,, not
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THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
Iillill)inl rvilT Tliiilvliiy iiicituliijr at si
)! nullum, muirbLily In iiitmnce. 'llieH.-ti;u
on the IVitl.l; "111 be ili-mit nt llils ufllcu, bo
thut suliscriln-Ts will (ibtnlii I'nr n Milwilplloii
llcer.r l it jrar.
0 A t I. Y.
IJuilncai ('mils per annum, (i
One ffii;uf, onr '.eitlon 1 no
One flcimir, two Inv-ttlmu 1 M
One MU:iit, rnu- wuV, ."1
Our s.U;iiv, tun wit-k., I M
One Kjuarc, tlntc urka, I I"
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One iii:iiv, one liisirlliui, U eo
KlK'll rilllsispivnl Ill-rlliiMl ro
ti'Olll lllOll JIIUIC.
JuJ-I'ii iv,viil.iruilitU-vr v.rolfi'i -ii.. nor In
itiiiTiiii-nl. Imlli at lo roir nl 1-liim.M - nml in. in
ntr "f illi'tnyliiK lln-lr Ihihi-i.
S.T"N"Ui in luc.it cnliiiiiii niM ilnl fur I li
tem LVnls n-r llin- for nut itiH-Hioii, '1'Minly (
tVnls ii line fm- tivn In-villon-, I w-nty-flvi'
Ct-iit-j :i thu- r-ir llm-v liiMilli.i).., I liirty-l'lvi' j
Conl llni? I'm- (im- k, un-l N-tnitr-Kni j
t.f nti u tilii- loroni- iimnlli,
Catnmunlcatloni upon aubjecta of koii-t-ral
intcieot to tho publlu solicited.
t3-.Ml U-lli-ri "lioiilil liMnl.ln-.il to
.IOIIX II. OIIKKI.Y,
I'rMlili-nt Uilro lli.llitln Ciiniliiiiy.
ILLIAHI It. SMITH, M. D.
ltK'll)K.N(;i:: X.i il Tlilrtivntli flml, l
twmi Wiuliliigtiin mi-niK-atnl Wnliiut Mim-I.
OKKItlli.Vortli sl.l- of IMkIiIIi stm-t In--Ht--m
Ciiiiiiiicii-I.iI ami Wn-lilnvtnnaumif.
W. DUNNINO, M. D.
Cnrmr Mntli nii't W.ilnut
Ori'lCK: CnrniT feivtli stnit ninl Ohio Ij-mi-.
OKKICK UOlHtSi Kroui . :i m. I'm , uml
irnni 1 1n V in
JJ)R. W. BLAtJW,
OI'KIC'r.1 llmtirN Illix-k, (np-italr), cuiiin
KIkIiIIi Unrtmi'l M'a'tilnpton .ivciiuc.
ii. -,. nun. ii i, -i i- ii n. i;i.i.m ii, .i i
2J)R8. BRIOIIAM & KEENER.
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS,
No. 134 Commcroial Aveuuo,
omu: lint It.--sin 10 n. hi., i ti.iinnii:
to i p. in. Dr Kifin-r ran In- fuund ut tin- ofllco
HtniKlit. I PJ tV-li-.tr
JOHN U. MULKEY,
Atturncy at Jaiw.
Ofl-ICH: Kik-litti Mii.t, Utwitn (.-oiumri-cliil
anl U'u.-Mtii'ton un'iiur.
gAMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney at liiuv.
OKFICK: (lino Ix vif, over nom furmrrlr
occiijiiiil liy KirtNulii)iial Hunk,
Q.REEN & OILBERT,
Attorneys ami Coimsolors
OKFIC'K: Olilu I.11H-, roiim ; nii'l
til) National Hunk,
U'illUm II. tiit-t-n, i
jy.1,Ultti,,,ii,,il.l.lIV."' t IAIIIO ILLIXOIf.
0.".it'lnl allrntlnn niven in
ST. JOHN'S and
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to. '
t&"Fo largo consuraors nnd all
manufacturers, wo aro proparcd
to supply any quantity, by tho
mouth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
KEU)llUy IIro.' olltcc, No. 70 Olilo Uvte.
tJ-ltulf.iUy ro.' wlmrfbont,
Ef-At Km'tlini Minn, or
tnlt ,l'l'toal "u'I'i f'ot or Tlitrt-Kllit
r3T"l'0M OUli-i- trnw-, sin,
WM. T. BEERWA11T,
Tin, Shoot-Iron nnd Copper, Wnro.
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
STEMBOAT AND JOB WORK
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
No. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Dcti Connnnrrlnl ond Wnnhinu-ton Ave
Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ieo
Cream Freezers. Window Screen
Wire Cloth, Bird Capos, Moss Bas
kets, Toilet Sots, Fishing Tackle,
Lamps, Oil, Chimnoys. Also Mo
lino I'lows and a general stock ol'
Ill riiniiirtiini .lllitlir iilmtt' I Ui n lli-l-cl.i-M
I iiKinllli, iiml inn )ii iiiivI to l. nil Mini-
l' Job Work mi "Inn t iiollri-
1 i I'Hi-t.iiill) on liaiul a l.ir -vnrli I) ol'
Cooking Stoves, Tinware, Build
Wholesale and Retail.
-tsrf t f.rllit- ri !ili.itnl
KTl-l.'ull mi I ruiiiiiie iH-fitn
pnrrlmInx, a I
mil not ! iiiiiit-r-iiM.
111 I rnriK-i-1 villi mill . , v., '. lltll.
C. W. HENDEItSO.Y.
iiiui. i:m 1 1: ah
IQim a. HARMAN &
CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Laud AitonU of tho IlllnoU Central and
UurlliiKton una Uutncy R. R.
North Cor. Sixth und Ohio Lovne,
t. II. I.i.vin.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE At the Court House
JOHN P. HELY & CO.,
Collectors and Conveyancers,
Land Surveying and Civil En
gineering, OFFICE In Wintor'H Bloclt.Coiner Com
inerclul Avenuo uml iievtnth titrc-ct,
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
IN THE CITY.
Qooda Sold Very OIoho,
IVamer 10th St. and Commai'dal Av
C. O. PATIER & CO.
NEW liOAv KBSKKVOIR "STANDAKD"
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Groat Durability with Hundsumo
FECT SATISFACTION Everywhere
MADE ONLY DY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
2, Oi l, 010 and 018 N. MAIN STREET, S r. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD 12XOLUHIVKI.Y J1Y
C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illiuoiw. 7-Jm
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOODS,
WAX FLOWER MATERIA
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WHOLESALE & RETAIL, j fj A TP O I
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F. M. STOCZSFLSTB,
Importer and Wholosalo Dealor in
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Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koops tl full st 'uk Of
Monongaliela.Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
HE ECONOMY IN PRICE,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
Designs, and Giving
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COLLIER WHITE LEAD,
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KKTAIL AS PKESCRITIOA
Wn-ihlnnton A v., Cor. 8th St,