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JOHN H OBKRLY, Hdltbr.
A MVHTERV.
St. I.011U lias acntfU ot H'dropliobta
ittU not sure is Hyiiroiihobln. If
ilic patient, a young innti, lmil illwl, the
itoctor would have been sure the disease
was hydrophobia the. young man lived
and the doctors arc all nt sen.
A rCNTKMNIAf. UrAIMM'ltOW.
Forewarned Is forearmed. If the Phil
adclphla hotel and boarding hone keep-
era do not observe a little prudent silence
concerning the scarcity of provisions and
the high price of boarding which will be
the conseaucnec of it about the time of
the millennial celebration, the people
who are contemplating a visit to the city
ofllrotlicily Low In July, l7i. will
either re-conslder tlielr determination or
carry their provision, along with tlieni.
The proipect of paying live dollars per
day will frighten away a very large mini
ber of would-be centennial visitors.
TROI'Bl.nVN TIMF.M tS Till: HT
I.OI1IN TIME! OI'l'K'K.
The St. Louis 7?mf., which li:ii been
in rather a Miaky HnaHclal condition for
.come time pat, liad also otiie domestic
trouble day Iwfore yesterday. Throe of
titc fwnnl or' directory ortne Tumm com
pany met and Mtmmarlly voteil .StlUon
Htitchlns, managing editor ot thelpaper,
out of the position, and Senator Celeus
Trice into it. The Timti has a floating
Indebtedness of over :i hundred thou
sand dollars, and was -tcadlly
losing one thousand dollars a week.
This Is thecnu-e assigned by the di
rector for their disposal of llutchlns.
Mr. llutchlns, however, refuses to be de
osed, and continues to run the Tlmt.
The affair h:w created considerable, ex
citement In St. Louis circles, and the.
outcome Is looked for with lnteret .
Li.ianiN win: mchucrkhn.
Mlfe-kllllng lias been no uncommon
amusement in Illinois for some time pat.
Several husbands have been hung In the
State at recent periods, for anticipating
the course of nature In thecae of their
wives and sending them to eternity h
advance of their time. Next I'riday
Paris, Illinois, will punish, by hanging, n
man named Casey formuidering ids wife
arid .loiict win iirobably do the same
thing.
Henry Jacobs is now an inmate of the
county Jail at Jollet. Henry has been
placed In durance vile for chopping his
wife into several pieces, putting her Into n
box and burying the box In one of his
own cornfields. Mrs. Jacobs had been
inking lor some days, and the discovery
of her body was thu result of a search in
stituted by the neighbors ol the family.
The murdered woman was the second
wife ol'Jacolw, and their domestic life
had been itortny.
TIIK CAIRO NT. l.OHIN R. R.
Messrs. Payroll & Co., contractors to
hllfM tho Calm A.- Ht. J.
Mr. Hinlthers, agent of the bondholders,
having failed to Induce the board of direc
tors ol the company to M'ttle with the con
tractors to the disadvantage of the com
pany, have, with other stockholders,!!!-"
friends of the contractors, Killed a meet
ing of the stockholders of the road for the
purpose of electing a new hoard of direc
tors. To bay the lcatof It, this action on
the part of the contractors suggests the
suspicion that, to the disadvantage ol the
counties and cities owning stock, they
wish to obtain a board of directors that
will settle with them on their own terms.
Mr. Smlther's action is open to
the objection that it Is adverse to the in
terests of flic company, and consequently
of the European Interests he represents.
He Is evidently friendly to the contract
ors. He wrote the Murphysboro con
tract, to which certainly the contractors
could olfer no objection, but which, in
our opinion, Hies hi the face of the inter
cuts ot the eompany, the bondholders,
and the counties and cities ow nlnjr stock-
Is this road. Jie is moving In
mysterious way.
a very
If the meeting of ockholders Is held
on the 2Sth, and takes the proposed
action, the new board will accept the
road as completed, Issue to the contract
ors the stock yet hi the hands
of the company, and pay the com
pany for advances made to the contract
ors with the promises ol county bonds
the company will never obtain.
In a communication to the City Conn
ell, and which w ill also le laid before the
County CoininU-loiiers, Mr. Oberly, the
tiirecior representing Alexander county
and city of Cairo, has called attention
to the proposed action of the contractors.
We hoie that his communication will be
thoughtfully considered, and that the
city and county may take action to pre
vent their Interests from being sacrlllctd.
We believe the matter should
be taken into the courts, and
the atbdrs of the company
Investigated. Wc know the road has
uotlKon completed according to con
tract; we Wlcve that the stock, In ex
cesof3,000,Wj. Unull and void; we
Ix'lIevel'ayson'.ACo.have received all
and probably more than they have
earned from tho company ; and wo have
no doubt that the proposed new board
bfringcompostd of their friends, will
lie Willi inesc contractors on their own
tdnnii lfl... ,
'"" " cuuniy ami wiy wish to
suinnlt to this scheme ol I'aysou & Co., all
ngm. u may oowhe to do o, but wo
.iu i..t '
me ui mi: uinuuu mat tne contractors
nnu ma company on-ht to l taken Into
court.
THEmANHri.i:K i.ii ntky.
iue rarui, jrown ami other coimtii.a
of Minnesota, Infested by grasshoppers,
iwve sirucK upon a plan of extcrmlua-
lion which gives every indication of
i-roving eneciuai. Homo years ago, we
remember that the New York IhruUl,
recognlilng the mightiness of the ul
mighty uollar, recommended, as the
beat pln u get the strwts cleaned In the
sprlnjr, maklug the street rubbish an ar-
A
Alilcli
tlclo ofnicrchnlidlsc itnd olicrlllg twenty-
live cents a Iiiad.for Its delivery at :i cer
tain point, hi the srttlte wny,the gm
hopper has lledil nlade an article of mer
chandise lit Minnesota. He has
a'ssuuied it money value In the eye of the
thriller to Whom ho has so long been n
sooitrge. He Is worth from ten to twenty
cents a quart, nnd all hands on the farm.
men, women nnd children, are catching
him nnd taking him to market. The
"market" is a long doep ditch Into
which the hoppers are thrown, and when
n sufllclent quantity nru emptied in, the
torch Is applied, the ilames burst up and
the grasshoppers, thousand of bushels
of them, take their departure, not for
fresh fields and pastures new, but from
the face of the earth forever. The
curling smoke and the ashes hi the
trench Icll the tale of their cre
mation. The expediency of the.
plan ot putting a price upon
the grasshopper and paying so much a
bnhcl for them I demonstrated by its
nults In.tlie counties where It has been
in operation. Itlue Earth comity up to
last Monday, had destroyed ten thoiuand
bushels at a eot of llllccn thousand dol
lars, and other counties were doing as
well. The people enter Into the grass
hopper trade with enthusiasm. The
"grasshopper suil'erer'' ha become the
grasshopper merchant and the transform
ation is as gratifying to his pride us it l
remunerative to bis pocket, lty prelug
all bands Into service, some furincr hnvo
made as high us lllly-llvo dollars per day.
Others have had a steady Income of from
six to ten dollars a day lnee the counties
first advertl-cd for grasshoppers. At the
present rate of extermination, the trade
will not last long, but when the season I
over the farmers will not be empty-handed.
An cflort is hchur made to have the
State assume the grnshopper debt of the
counties.
MARROW-MAI'UK AFFAIRM.
Caiuo, I i.i.., June nth, li7.".
To Hie Mayor ami Lily Council i
(iKNTi.KMK.s i Under the provisions of
nu Act in torce April It!, IStlil, I wa com-
mls-Ioned by the Governor a Director of
the Cairo & St. Louis I tall road Company,
to represent Cairo and Alexander
county on that board until the cumplc
turn of the road, and until the condi
tions of the subscriptions of the city and
county had been compiled with and
fully settled.
1 havo occupied the position of Direc
tor since Dee. '2$, 1871 ; and now, In view
of certain actions taken and about to lie
taken by the. contractors to build the
road, I deem it my duty to call your at
tention to matters IxMilng upon the Inter
est of the city and county in the stock ol
the said company.
The charter of the company provides
that the "capital stock shall be $1,000,(100.
w hich may be Increased to $.i.(KHl,000."
Hy action of the Hoard of Directors,
before I became a member of It, the
capital stock was Increased to $5,000,
000. A contract to build the road for
this slock, and other consideration, was
made with "Howlaud ami associates"
.Messrs. Payson & Co. On their part,
the contractors were to complete nnd
fully equip the road within a speclllcd
chilly, and the eompany had to extend
thctimu of completion anil lend them Its
credit. At last the rail were laid along
the whole Hue, and thu contractors de
manded that the company receive the
road as completed, and issue, In addition
to the about $2,:i00,fl00 stock then in
tlielr bands, $1,500,000. This the com
pany refused to do, holding that the
road had not been completed according
to contract, and that, since there had been
no settlement with the contractors, there
was no way to ascertain what amount of
stock was due to the contractors, lint
the company accepted the road condi
tionally, and ordered $1,000,000 ot stock
to be Issued to P. & Co.
As soon us the contractors obtained
the stock, they had certain amounts ot It
transferred to friends of theirs, and called
a stockholders' meeting to elect a board
of directors. They have a majority ot
the stock ami will elect their own board.
That this board will accept the road us
completed and equipped, settle with
Payson iS; Co. ou their own terms and
issue the balance of the $.1,1)00.000
I have no doubt.
stock,
At the last meeting ot the present
Hoard of Directors I attempted to Induce
the company to resist (bis very discredit
able action of the contractors, but I was
not bucccM-ful. If they succeed in the
movement they are making, the Interests
of tho cities and counties owning stock in
fue company will be Injured. I can do
nothing to prevent thu success ot this
scheme, which 1 will not characterize as
I would like to, and therefore call the
matter to the attention ot your honora
ble body. liesDcctfullv.
Ioiin II. Oiiniu.v,
imaao I'oou axi iorJi,.vs,
Oath," In thu St. I.onl-j Whim, relates
n ('Oiiver-atloii with lion. Isa;i2 Cook.
now of St. Louis, at nno time iironiliient
In polities, .Mr. Cook talked tihout wine,
of which ho Is a manufacturer, uml of
Douglas, '.ot whom Cook was oncu the
"manager." He llrt nv Douglas In
1SH, when the latter luul been nomina
ted lor Congress In Springfield.
Douglas was lieaten by u few votes, nut'.
Cook Induced him to make 110 contest
for then-iit. "Cath" asked Mr. Cook
what circumstances attended Jiultre
Douglas' runturo'wIthWuehnnairs udinln-
t-tr.itlon, and "ho related the mutter near
ly as lollows
"Douglas would have been nominated
I'iJi10.1'6"! "ntlianan ut Cincinnati in
lo-n, uiii or one or his Irlenils, who had
IlittiiM mil li.lu.. ...I .
niiiiiiniwuig ins iiaiiio 111 n eer
aln event, becoming Intoxicated. This
mend, whoso ronvlviil habits were, widely
known, yas taken out by the lltiehanaii
ami inexkltirUlgo men the night before
ue nomination nnd filled itn with uood
ireauneiit. He tliereforo nrodticedthe
11 ..'r','m """Bin, wlthdmwliir
the latter' name prematurely and
mieiianan got tne presidency. Douglas
was cmbltu-red but he presented the
mine 01 air. iiienanisoii, of Illinois, to
no posmiasier-general. lluehanan m
piled that If Sir. Douglas would name
Hoy inner person tne oiiiee would bo eon
-,icu 10 nun, mil as iiuenanan luul Deeii
In the dlplomntl'; H-rvlce for nuiny years,
mid wits nice about 'personal appearand',
he refused to appoint lllchard'on on tile
ground that he dropped too milch to
bacco juice overbids shirt, and spit loo
freely into (he faces of those with whom
he was conversing. Douglas ln-i-tcd nil
his appointment, swore after Id fashion
ami quarreled with the administration.
When he supported the Topeka constitu
tion, and, idler having broken up the
.Missouri compromise to get the vote of
the South, wheeled In favor of the lle
publlcan policy, Cook became restive.
He stated Ids views to Mr. Douglas, who
replied that Cook had got to be despotic.
Douglas Intimated that he would not be
dictated to, and Cook plainly avowed Ids
liehef that a man who would go
back on his party for personal
ambition would naturally go to ruin.
Soon after this Douglas ordered a meet
ing to be held In Chicago to hack him ui.
Cook appended a resolution to the call,
which the meeting adopted. At tlilstlnie
Douglas was drinking hard and de
nounced Conk fiercely. His words were
related and got Into the newspapers,
and hence thelong mooted rupture came
to pass. Cook supported llueb
anati's administration and Doug
las' friends pressed his name at
Charleston and llaltlmore. In the course
of the campaign, Mr. Douglas, who had
lost his restraint in the Use ol brandy,
ovcrstlmulated his system, and hN ra
tions being cut oil" by his physicians, he
died from a system which naturally
needed snlllcicnf stimulation to have car
ried him over the war period. In his
closing days, when be was delirious, lie
spoke much of Ike Cook, and requested
to have him brought to ills bedside, hut.
tin; doctors waited for a convenient day
which neyer came.
RANK POISON.
THE BOTTLE OF PBUSSIC ACID THAT
BKECHER B0U0HT.
Ilr All Nulrldnl lutein.
Nkw Voiik, .lune 1 1. Ileaeh's I'ouiih
day of speaking was as attractive sis any
of its predecessors, to the multitude.
Kx-Attorney General Williams, ex-fiov-ernor
Ilrowu of Ternics-cc, and Kdwln
Itontli. were illors. Ilceeherand Moid
ton were present In the forenoon, and
Tllton and Mr. Ileecher till day. The
scandal excitement in and out of the
court was the lltmld's article, as fol
lows :
The lltmld claims to have discovered
the druggist who sold llceeherthepoUou
which Moulton mentions hi his testimo
ny, and reproduces the entry from his
books of the charge to lfeecher, May lit,
lt71,ot
OXK IM'M'B Of I'llUsSK.' M Il AT I'll l'V
ci:xis.
The recent rumors of new evidence
against Ileecher arose from the following
facts: A few days ujro, alter the dose of
the testimony "in the trial, Morris was
Informed that Mr. Loader, an upholsterer
doing business nt 102 Fulton avenue.
Hrooklvn, would have been an
important witness. The story was,
that years ago. before Loader went
Into ' bii-lne.s for lilmselt, he
had a job hi upholstery at Tllton's rel
deuce! He was in the hallway of tin
house when Heeeber entered and wa-
irrceted by Mrs. Tllton. Mr. Ileecher
IMed Mrs. Tllton In ids arms, kls.ed her
paroxsymally, and carried ber Into the
narlor." Later, cither Intentionally or -ac
cidentally, the iiDholstercr went Into the
parlor unobserved to get a tool that he
had left there, ami saw Mrs. Tllton and
Mr. Ileecher in an equivocal attitude, lie
kent the latter slirhts secret until the
scandal broke out, when he told It In
confidence to several friend-, but he
spoke about tne
KIsSlM! in thi: II.W.I.
to the servants, and they replied that It
wut imt. mi liiiemiimiiii mu'llrin'iii,). Til
ton's counsel sent lor Ijiudor, but tl.y
could t no Information t'roui him. lie
declared that his business would be
ruined should he be made a witness
against Ileecher, and the lawyers, alter
considering the improbability of belwx
able to force blin to testify, and the dilll
eultv of having the ease re-opened for the
testimony, did nothing publicly with the
Information. Loader has since been
questioned by reporters, but to all he de
clares that he has nothlnir to say.
Tllton's counsel held a hurried consulta
tion before going Into court, and another
at rece-s, but did not decide what to do.
They expect to ask for a re-opening of
the ca-o to admit Leys' testimony.
Ileecher said to-day, "Ot cotir-e there is
no truth in thu story. I never bought
any prussle acid for the purpose of com
mitting suicide, or I'oruny other use."
IIKKCIIKIt hkxiks,
Xkw Voiik. .lime II. Mr. Ileecher
told a reporter to-day that be was entirely
Ignorant of such tilings as were related
In the Xew York Herald. They never
occurred In Ids experience at all ; and so
far as tne arncie reierrcu io nun, ii was
already denied by his oath, and was
wholly untrue. The present proprietor
of thu drug store where Mr. Ileecher Is
said to have purchased the poison says
tne story is nigiiiy improoame, atiiiuon c
believe any druirirlst in the world would
sell prussle acid to any person without
i prescription iroui a rename pnysiciau.
A dispatch from White Stone, L. I.,
-ivs Mr. I.iu'h Din ilriK'el.t. ilnn't now
licliovc Ileecher made any explanation
why lie wanted the acid, or that be made
an Inquiry what effect it would have.
nu nut not i ii i ii k ii strange a clergyman
iioniii want an ounce oi Deadly poiou.
riii: r.iiiK ok -nu: i.i:ioi:u
is all in one hand-writing, very fresh and
elearlooklng. Along w ith the sale of the
acid there are fifteen other articles en
tered, showing it was purchased among
thltigswnntedforfamllyu.se. Mr. Tll
ton's lawyers decided to take no action
concerning thu alleged new evidence.
Arrltlcnt on Ilie Nl. Louix .nrrott
UBIIP lluiul.
(Seclul DUputeli to the (ilobe-Demooiiit
Ciikstkii. 1 1.1... .I11110 11. The excur
sion train on the Xarrow-Ciauge railroad,
Sunday, June III, from Murpliy.sboro to
lied Hud, sustained adamagingacccklent
about one mile south of Okaw river. At
Hpnrtn thu engine was i-uversed, placing
inu lentier aneau, so as to no 111 portion
to return at night, and in tliN way the
train moved otl'at the usual speed, and at
tliu point on the road tleslgunted above,
the engine and tender jumped the track,
tearing things up generally, but fortu
nately only three persons were slightly
Injured: thu engineer of thu Narrow
gauge train, George Holmes, engineer
on thu Chester and Tamaroa roail, aud
one other man. lint accident could just
as well have happened 011 the bridge
crossing tho river as where It did, and
had this been the ease a large company
of people would have lost their lives';
and, as It U, thu escape from certain
death by those, on the train seems to be
providential.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AND
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Between Waahlnctoii iml Commercial
venuee, adjolnm Hany'e.
KKKI'8 for m i the hut nf, Folk. Muttou
nl, Iuji. buiisage, Ac , mill it lire
l'r'l to wit IMnllli B In un nceeiitulile iiiminrr
THE DAILY" BULLETIN.
fTMIK Ill'M.trri.N' Is tiiilillohril ru'ryiimrnlnK
(etcrpt MoiuUy) III the lliilli lln tliillttlug, rur
utr Vt'HalutiKtmi atruiK' uini 'I'Hi lllli Mini.
Tim Hui.liti is MTtrtl to oily euUoilU-raliy
faithful cuirirrsiil't'wciity-t'iH' tVuls uWitk,
juiyftlile wiskly. Ily Mull, (In ttilruiioi), IUmt
uiiiiiiiiii sl kihiiIIm, t Hit"' immllu, 1 one
month, tl
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
rnlilltlmt Hfiy Thurmliy morning at tl i'i
ler nnmim, inwilutily In mhunr-. 'I In- Ml.igu
on tho Wc My 'vlll lir prrpuM at tliln ollice, to
Hint BtiWrllMTswIII obtulii lor h siilwrlptlon
rlceof Injra'.
ADVEBTISING BATES.
DAILY.
llinlnesi CnrU, pcrnnnuui .V, (O
One aqunrr, one nnrtlon, 1 no
One iqiiair, two Insertion,...
One txtUHir, onv nl
One fcijiMir, two ttii'k
One iil.ur, Hurt- Witkii,
One 'uie, onv month
... 1 Ml
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One -ijimir, line inirrllnn, tl (10
Kadi sllhit-iurnt Insertion, Ul
CfOni' indi is a Hti.ue.
S3To irKu1.irmlvrrtlftvrs weoBi-rnil'Cilorin.
iliii'Hucnli, luilli ns to rulv ot rliautra uini innn.
ier of .ltfe.l:i Iiik their raiim.
tt3"N'olli'fs hi local column lnstrlt-1 lor r'if-
Iff n tVnla ier line for one lnirthii, Twiniy
Cents :i line for iwo Inserlloin, Twenly-Klw
Ceulu a lint- for llnve limrrllons, 'I liliiy-lii-
Cents ii line for one wis I, UU'I Seeiity-ne
Ontn.-i line for one innntli,
Communication-) upon aubjoctu of Ken
eral InteroBt to the public yollclted.
CJ"AII letters sl,ni u. u'MroM-,! to
JOil.N II. ouinti.v,
I'leniitent t'ulm lll.lletlll Cotllluiliy.
l'llYKICIAXN.
w
ILLIAM B. SMITU, fit. D.
nKSIDK.NCK: No Jl 'Ihlrteentli he
tween WiisliliiKlon inenueiunl Wulntil ktns-t.
OFKICK: Xortli tMv of KIkIiIIi stiit I
tween CommereUI unit WaahhiKtnii im-niie
c.
W. DUNNING, M. D.
UKUIIIKNUK:
streeta,
Cornel .Ninth ami V;ilnH
OKFICK: Corner Sixth sh.it ami Ohio l-ew-e.
OKF1CK 1IOUUS: Fioliiliu III. I'-'lo , mot
fioni i! to H i in.
j-jn. -rr. uriAirrr.
German Physician.
OF KICK: miller's llloek, (up-btaiiji), corner
Kluhtli itrivt uml WiishliiKton minuo.
II. s. nlllllllAM, l. 1. II. S, hKI.NLIi, M. tl.
JRS. BRIOIIAM & KEENER.
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS,
(Homceopathlc,)
No. 134 Commeroial Avenue,
Cairo, Xll.
OFKICi: IllJl'ltSSlo 10 u. m., 1 to M uml 7
to S 11. 111. Dr. Keener i-nn he funnil lit the o me
at nlKht. 130-5-lS-tr
I1AWYKIW,
JOHN H. MULKEY,
Attorney ut Law.
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
OFKICK: KIkIiIIi Strii-t, Iwtwcrn Commer
cial uml Wiislilncton iemie.
gAMUEL T. WHEELER,
Attorney at Imw.
OKFICK: Ohio Ix-vee, over room formerly
occupied by Firt Nutloiml ll.ink,
CA1KO. ILLINOIS.
Q.REEN & GILBERT,
AttornvyN and CouiiNclor
Ut IiUW.
OKFICK: Ohio Levee, rooms " uml S
City Niitlonnl lliiiik,
William 11. (liven, )
William II. lillhert, CAlltO. ILLINOIS.
Miles Kre.t'k.(illlwit )
E.Sieflal attention tflven to Ailmimlty 11 ml
Steamboat buslneai,,
'UAI..
Coal Coal.
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
ST. JOHN'S and
PEYTONA OANNEL
GOAL!
Ordors for Cool by tho oar-load,
ton, or in hogahcada, for Bhipmont.
promptly attendod to.
JsSfTo largo consumers and all
inunufaoturcrs, wo aro prepared
IJ?i?ply BQy Quontity, by the
month or yoar, at uniform ratoa.
0AIBO CITY COAL COMPANY.
mtallMay Hro.U olttc. Nu. 70 Ohio Un-o.
tJ-llairiJay Bro ' wlmrtbout,
it KKyi tlun WU, or
street.
me ivom tiiiuui
loot orTlilrty-ElKlil
Efi'oul Olllce HiHwer. 3im,
NI'OVI'.N
WM. T. BEERWART,
Drain- In
STOVES,
TINWARE
HOLLOW-WADE, &c.
Mumifui'tmtT of
Tin, Sheot-Iron and Coppor Wnrc
OUTTEUINO AND HOOPING,
STEMBOAT AND JOB WORK
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
No. 27 EIOIITII STltEET,
Oct. Commuixlal unit Wuslilnutou Av.iu
E
TINWARE
STOVES
Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ieo
uream .freezers, winuow screcu
Wiro Cloth, Bird Cages, Moss IltiH
kcts, Toilet Sets, Fishing Tnckle,
Lamps, Oil, Chimnoyn. Also Mo-
nno iiows ana u general HtooK ol
Garden Iinplemcnto.
In eonniethm iitlilln- uIhai- I ku n a Itnl-
i 'I ininitli, uml inn iiieiiuml to tin nil Llnit-
of Job Work on short nohte.
1 kisi run-hinlly on Imml n LirKe mrii ly of
Cooking Stoves, Tinware, Build
ers' Hardware,
Wholesale aud Retail.
'ole jit'ent for tin- ! hi jl
OAK
3
1
!T3''C'till mi J rvaintiH' helote inrrh.i-lmr. an 1
vnrmit I. itti-irtiiti
lul eomer I '-ill, unit 'ui. A -.llll.
C. W. HKNDKKSON.
Il!i-lt illy
iu:.i, r.sTATi: .ji.m.
JOHN Q. HARMAN &
Real Estate
CO.
AKD
HOUSE AG-ENTS
COLLECTOllS,
30NVEYANCEKS, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Agenta of the Illinois Central and
Burlington and tlulncy R. R,
Comcanloa,
Korth Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levee,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
I. tl. I.YMCII.
M. J. ItOH I.KV.
LYNCH & H0WLEY,
AND
House Agents,
Dolloctors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE At the Court Houae
JOHN P. HELY & CO.,
wr
House Agents,
Collectors and Conveyancers,
Land Survoying and Civil En
gineering. OFFIGB-In "Wlntoi-'n Dlock.Coinoi- Com
mercial Avenuo unit Sovonth Street,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
iV I. If
VAItlF.TV MOIli:.
Wew-York Store
WHOI.K3ALE AND RETAIL,
VAEIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Ooodu Sold Vory Close.
Vomer 10th St. and Gonitnurclul Av
CAIUO. ILLINOIS.
C. O. PATIER & CO.
HARDWAR
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PROMINENT AJVANTAKES i
THK NBW Mr lKSKK01ll "STANDARD"
Groat Durability with Hnndsomo
FECT SATISFACTION Evorywhoro.
MADE ONLY IJY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
2, 014, 010 nnd 018 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUTS, MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY UY
C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois R-T-am
iui'ioisr.s.
Wholoaulo anil Kntnll
DRW 6 GISTS
AMI
PAINT AND
JOBBERS AND
mi
PA'l'FlN'f MKDTOraES.
WAX FLOWElt MATEHIAL,
UUUSIIES, SOAPS.
TUBE COLOnS,
CHEMICALS.
VAItNISlIES,
TV. -".Hi It e.ineM'onilenee uii-1 i.Mm - fn ir ; ....
ol Ko
with n
ol K"""li in our line tininh.Ml , l'l.n.i.ii
i!lle.l
li.thle. Ilrii'i ut leuroimhle nit.
WHOLESALE Si RETAIL,
74 Ol'Io I.ovce.
CAIRO
L
I - ll II "Mill JL.fc-eLAAJfci T'' IMMMBMOiMMMBWHeUX4
I
t! KNABE PlANOSAj
jp
F. M. STOGKFLBTH,
Importor and Wholosalo Dealer in
Wines and Iiquors
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koops u full stool: of
Monongahela.Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
RHINE,
KELTAr ISLAND AND CAWFOIINIA WINES.
W "til!!'
AB K(MV IN PRICK,
iSl l'KUiUli ( ONSTIiLHTlOX.
QUICK AND UNIFORM
Designs, and Giving PER
OIL DEAJ.ERP.
RETAILERS OF
- AM)
TOILEI' AllTICLES,
COLIjTJjn WHITE LEAD,
WINDOW OLA S3,
COLORS, OILS.
J)Y; STUFFS.
PERFUMERY,
ETC., ETC.
' i l'!i ili-luim uml (ii-nerul Store In wan
. i k .ni'ly Miilleinr ( iiv lunilsluit or -
i
HKTAXL Si PKESCRIt'TIO.")
VuohlriKtoc Av., Cor. 8th S'.

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