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JOHifB. OBBBLY, Editor.
Tht towl carnli) of tiic IlllnoU CVn
tnUwUroad In Mny, 1S7, Vfre$&SJ,7CV
lj. Till? was a fHllliif,' oil" of the total
vernlngs of May, 1871, of fitS 71.
'Hie Mason? of Muniliysboro will ilinll
rate tliclr liall on the evening of tln:24tli
Inst. Grand Mnstcr I.nuiutiitry
precntnt the ccrcmonlcn, nnl Jieljfhbor
lilloiljrM nre Invitcil to nttc-ml.
Tor soine iuie.plalmil rrmoii, the
;chool. teachers of Jackson" county am
unable to get their pay fur lat Winter'
crvlces In the srliool room, The
Mnrphyboro Impendent calls on the
County SuKrlnleniknt of .Sclwnh for n
A female preacher U converting nil the
wlcfced people of Jone-boro, except
Bouton. Hut while the lamp hold out
to bum; the vilest "Inner may return ; we
don't ilcpalr ot Uouton, and we hope
Ml Sti'an ye believe her name Is Sit
win shared cur fidth. After he jji'U
through with Jwmii fi:ilt invite Her
to Cairo. .
The Chicago fide ol the Itenton,
Franklin county, Standard, dated .liuie
17, says : "They have small-pox in Cairo.
It has become no serious the .Mayor is
sued a proclamation ordering tlie people
to vaccinate," etc. The Stamlanl Is mis
taken. The small-pox does not exist in
this dly, and the Mayor's proclamation Is
old at tills date and quite forgotten by tlie
The City Council ol Vinccnm s.Indinna,
In the face of the evident drift of public
sentiment in Cairo to remove lienor from
the list of luxuries and place It on the list
of necessities, requiring it to pay no
higher license than merchandl.e, raided
the liquor licence ol that city n day or
two affo, from $20 lo $50. We. think It
would be well If Mayor Winter prote-ted
against this action. When Cairo is about
to take a forward position on tiic liquor
license question, is it sad to sou neighbor
ing towns going backward.
THE POKTIC'At. M't'AHTXKV.
McCartney, of tho Metropolis Timet, 1
encroaching on the domain of Jones of
the Journal McCartney Is attempting
the flowcrj and poetic style. A Metron-
olls lady sent McCartney a boquet, and,
In expressing his gratitude, he bubbled
over in this style: "Thank-! Thank-.
e are not forgotten. Our otllce lias
been made to smile wltli the. sweet face
of tlowers and our breath ha been the
ouor of flowers," etc., etc. Nonsense,
aiccartney, stick to prou and truth. Thero
Hn t virtue enough lu one nor half a doz
en boqueta to tunito jvnr bir.itfr ur me
odor of llowers." We doubt If soodont
would du It.
A IIO IT I.OA..
Tlie (julncy Herald Insists that Senator
Logan will be the Uepublican candidate
tor Governor next ycur.nnd lion. Shelby
McCulloin the candidate for Lieutenant
Governor. The Herald say.-: "Logan's
chances nre desperate, but bo does not
propose to give up without a de.-pcrate
effort to get back Into the Senate. Ill
well known to prominent ltcpubllcans
that Logan has entered into an agree
ment with Ciillom, by which the two are
to run for Governor and Lieutenant Gov
ernor, with the understanding that ir the
Itepubllcans carry the Legislature Logan
is to be elected to the Senate. That is
Logan's and Cullotu's scheme, but there
are n large number of influential Itepub
llcans who will interfere with the calcu
lations of the two nsplrauts, if polblc."
T. I.OVIH HENOI.VES TO IXVITE.
The Democratic Central CommUttw c
St. Louis held a meeting on Saturday
last and nnioug other business transac
tions it was resolved that the Democracy
of Uie city and the Slate should Invito tlie
Democratic convention of 1870 to assem
ble In St. Louis. The new chamber of
commerce, which Is capable of holding
seventeen thoiwand people, has been ten.
dcred to the ucs of the convention free of
I barge. St. Louia has never been lion
ored by the presence ol a national con
ventlon, and as It "Is the centre of the
continent, politically and commercially
as well as geographically," tlie Demo
crats of tho city hold that by, right, tlie
next national convention should be held
there. Aud so It should. Tim Ili'i.i.K
TiNadv'' the acceptance of the invita
Four hundred thousand acres of luml
In Southeast Missouri, on the Hue of thc
Cairo & Pulton railroad will shortly lc
offered for sale. These lands have lccn
tied up for years lu the hands of
parties holding bonds of tho old Cairo &
Fultou railroad. These, bonds, by a rc
cent decision at Charleston, havo been
declared invalid, and tliolaiiiU, originally
purchased by Thomas Allen of the coun
ties, will now be thrown on tho market,
and It is naturally expect
ed, fcayg the Chicago y?Tn7-
way Jieriew, tliat boutlicast .Missouri
will now Uko a new Ktart by their
being opened to settlers. These lands
are variously estimated to be wortli from
$2 lo f 10 per aero ; are many ftf them
heavily timbered, and when cleared and
put Into cultivation, are productive lu
corn, wheat, oaU, rye, sweet potatoes,
.water-mclou aud cotton; the town of
IHxter aloue, lu HtoddurU, shipping 10,
000 Wic of cotton, and some of tho la
Uou oiuuo railroad sending oil "100,000
IWttbeln of corn per annum. This caso
ttimi In July, 1873, before Judge
Uawklns, and two octavo volumes of the
tatlmony were ptinted,
radical novi:Rvir.XT at the
The ltiullr.il wore In control of the
State government nl the .South nrtcr the
wnr, mid Introduced Into all the .States on
which they l.dd their malign hands law-le.-ne.
corruption nnd enormous debt..
Tlie debt of Alabama wii Inf rc.wd by
them, up to Janu.iry J, IS":!, nearly tliir-ty-tuo
millions nnil n half.
That of Arkansas nearly million,
That of Florida. Irom .22I,W1 to $13,.
703, 17 51.
That of Georgia, from a nominal debt
nt the clew of the war lo tiinif than S30,-
That ol I.ouMaua wn Increased more
flint ol North ( atollim, from .!'.i''i'.
That of South t'niolliu. iimrf than
That of Ti-imes-ef, more than jJ.ViOO,-
That ol'Texa- from no debt to $J0.:!tll,
That ol Virginia, nearly $15,000,000.
All tlie-crcat debts were created with
in -even year, aud the bunleiied State
lme very little to how for the money.
It went. mot of It. Into the pockets of
thleUng carpet-baggers nnd the new
talesmen of African descent.
NHS, ni'.DCUKK M HOOK.
An enterpriiing nnd ludutrlou cor
respondent of the I.oilvlUe Courier-
Journal li.n )i(ctl up mid rvvewoil tlie
novel written bv Mrs. Henry Ward
Heechrr many years ago when thelleeeli-
ers were reSldentsotLMWreneeburg, Ind.,
aud Initlaiiapoll. Tlie book entitled
I'roin Dawn to Daylight'' was very per
sonal lu Its characters, and gave the In
side scenes of the lleeeher household, it
was supposed, very faithfully. So faith-
illy that the whole lleeeher lamlly re
pudiated it, and headed by Henry Ward
lleeeher himself, lent thcm'elveto a vig
orous elforl. to suppre's Its circulation.
The author started out with a descrip
tion of her wedding journey from the
Kat to the West, and detailed minutely
what she characterized an cllbrt on the
part ol the clerical hero ol the book to
desert his bride of a week. Tills is fol
lowed by details of the daily life ol the
Herberts that Is the Ileechers after thev
i.ad become settled lu their western home.
rimes were hard with them, money
was scarce, health poor the ague was
mi cver-pre-cnt visitor at their hearth
the We.-lern people were unrefined and
bard working, ungramuiatlcal in speech
and trials generally to Mary Herbert, tlie
once happy, blooming and Intellectual
Yankee girl. lu thii book,
it Is aid, Mrs. lleeeher.
now plvtitred as the pale, patient and
constant witc of the persecuted saint
of Plymouth church, but whose real
character, It appears, was marred by 111-
temper, jealou-y and par-imony, "hail
her little triumph. She had given the
world a piece of her mind ; be had lee
turcd her eucmlc and lauded her
friends; she had go-iped and tattled
and 'eaniull.cd to her heart s content
and she was happy." If tho author'
purpose wai to revenge herself on real or
thwarted lor a time at leat. Through
the extraordinary ell'ort', of her hu'baud
mid f i lends, the book was brought ur
aud disappeared front book-cllcrs' coun
ter and library shelves, and except for
the great trial would never have been
flhed from the sea of oblivion to plague
the author or bring n hliish of vexation
to the clacks of her friends.
Till: N.M'llll'H't'K or iiui:ki.
The ceremonies at Louisville, on the
evening of June IStli, In memory
of the late (Jen. John C. llrccklnridge,
were solemn anil Imposing. The ora
tion of (Jen. William Preston, on the oc
casion, Is charaeleri.ed, by tho Gunner-
hurnal as "niagiilllccnt." "It is not
only," raya the Cmirln-dutirnnl, ''the
perfection of a public address eloquent,
graceful and strong tho tribute of one
great man to another the ollVpriug ot
personal feeling, neighborly kindnesn,
ind political conviction but It Is tlie
whole isiie of the South epltoinied by a
ra" ntative Southerner, llv it. and on
It, the Southern people are wililn'' to
stand or fall, ludillcrciil to the play ol
parUo, so they be vindicated according
to the clear lines laid down by the man,
who, after Leu and llretkiurlilge, ami
more than all other .Southern men stands
as the true Southern type."
After reading this glowing prai-ool
the oration, we turn to it mid fall to ilml
what could justify tho CuwUr-Juurnal'
high paucgcrlc. While this oration Is
pure Kiigllsh, strong In nil Us sentences
and In some of them line, It ncvcrthelcs
tails to satlfy the reader. It N liraUe of
Hrecklnriilge, but iiiitcau bo loiunl no
nualybls of his character, and certainly It
contains no argument In vindication of
the Southern movement niralnst the
Union. "JJieckinridge was a great mid
good man, eminent in the Senate nnddls-
tlugulihed in the Held; and the cauo of tho
South was just," Is thu whole of tho ora
tion. It Is assertion, not dl-cussloii.
After reciting the story of llreeklu-
rldge's birth, youth and political life tin
til tlie moment when he stood in tho Sen-
uto chamber, lu the extra session of 1801,
(Jen. Pre-tou says: "Ho stood silent and
uloue. All parties were eager to secure
hliu, because his popularity was euulviv
lent to the alliance of n Statu or the sup
port ol an army. JIu was adored by the
.Northern Democracy. Power, tho Prc.-l
dency, and a dazzling future were on the
ono side, and exile, danger and lienor on
tho other. Tho administration eagerly
recelveu tlie adhesion or obscure South
ern men, and the subinUilon or friend
shin ofllreckinridgo would have been an
era in Its history. Hut, guided only by
Ids lofty intogrlty.hejavolded tho tempta
tion and won alike the ic-pcct of liieiids
Kvidently Ueu. Prcotou incaun to say
by this language, that nreckluridge,
with n perfect forecast of the results of
the war knowing that adherence to the
cause ot tho South would result hi his
political downfall, nnd believing that ad
herence to the L'nlon would give to lilui
power nnd oven the Preldenry throw
awny the. glorious prospects of hi future
n the Union nnd went out Into Hecosslou
sinil thcdeslruelloil ofhU own prosper
ity, becjUHe he. win true to the principles
ol his life.
There Is every reflMin to iK'lleve this il
certlou of Gen. 1'i-e'tonnbiolutely devoid
of any foundation In f.icl. Ilrecklnridge
could not have noted ollierwlu than he
did. He was not adoied by the North
ern Democracy ; lie uns hated by the
ft lends of Douglas, who were the great
majority of the Democratic party at the
North, detested by the Hepublieans and
hot loved by the few who had voted for
hllll III the I'ri'oldeutnl content. At
the South he vn.i conidered the ivpre
ocitatlve of the men who bad inaugu
rated the Secession mou-tneut. 1 he had
given to the ndmliiMi-ntlon or .Mr. Lin
coln hi fricudhlp, he would have; been
deletcsi bv all the people of the North
and execrated by the ma-e-iof the South.
He would have become the lleiirdiet
A mold of the Wnr of Sere'-lnn, the ob
ject nt which would have been pointed
the llnirer ol nnlver-al t-eom. Kveu If
he bad Mleved the cause of the South
deK;rnle, Ureoklnrldge could not have
refused to tollow It Into the battle-.iield;
but Jie did not believe It. cau?edeperatc.
In tlint direction he believed was future
honoi" and prosperity. In the South he
av 1 lining the glittering bauble of liU
own advancement. He firmly bclleu'd
the South would be suoco-fnl.niiil In It
r . i . . .... , .
snecc - no nan no uonui wa ins own an-
vaneeuii'ui. lie wa nuoreu oy me
.Southern Democracy. Power, tlie Pre-i-dency
of tlie Confederacy, and a dazzling
future were on the one side, and disgrace,
opproblum and personal and political
ruin on the other, lloue-t, no doubt, he
, but lie followed the path that led
when1 lie believed was his personal and
The case of the South 1 not more for
cibly statod by Gen. Preston than the
cae ot Breckinridge, and wo are sur
prised that tlie Conrifr-Journal should
have ventured to -ay that in thi oration
the whole cause of the South h epito
mized. Of llrccklnridge he says : "He
was a "great, unselfish, duty-pursuing
man," but ho doe not prove the asn-r-
tlon. Of the? South he says: "It repre
sented the cause of American freedom,"
but he tails to fortify the assertion by
even one argument. And It I- of thi
oration the Courif-Jvumal sav.-: "It is
not only the perfection of a public ad-
drc; eloquent, graceful and i-trong
but it .-tales the whole case of the
South, nnd by it nnd on it the Southern
people arc willing to stand or fall '."
Central Illinois was visited bv n
very heavystorm Monday, and railroad-,
crop, etc., suffered considerable damage.
The first pages of the new Cliicagodi-
rectory are published. Tlie total number
of names to he printed lu that publica
tion reacii l m,WJ.
The Canadian Jlubber Company, at
Montreal, employing 100 female and '100
male ojierators, will only run on half time
after tomorrow, owing to the dullness of
W. II. Ciiruew, John Gartnel and
James Weber were Mitlocatcd lu the
Stockton, Pa., mines Mnmlav, while en-
damp. Three other miners, who w;tc
lu the mine at the time, were overcome1
wltli tool air, but arc rccovlng.
The Atlantic and CJreat Western K.-u-tern
pesscnger train, which left Cincin
nati at 10 o'clock Sunday night, was
thrown from tlie track at Hamilton, Ohio,
by a displaced switch. The fireman,
James Klrkup, was killed, and Knsiiieer
James ('ay was badly bruised. No others
Tlie loug-lookcd-for resumption of
wurK at uie mine ol uie i.eiiigu anil
Wilke.-barro Coal Company's Coileries at
Sugar Notch, Wanamle, Hanover, Mautl
coke, Kuiplrc, Llar.ionu, Plymouth, Hoi
lenbael; and other place, took place
Monday morning at a reduction of ten
ier cent trnm the prices formerly paid.
Tlie fix months .-n-pcnsion in tins re
gion I now ended, and the men of Itlver
side Coal Company and individual opera
tors, al-o, commenced work yesterday
The Suiniier (iuards rllle team of
San Krancl-eo, which Is tocoiiiK.tij wltli
tlie New fork team on Saturday next,
was completed .Sunday. The team eon
ist of Captain II. J. ilurn-, Lieutenant
K. O. Hunt, Sergeant O. II. Strong, Cor
poral Charles Nash, and privates Watson,
Sarle, Iturkc, Steed, Davis, Murphy. Pre
blu nml Jtnbert.-on. lteservc : ."sergeants
-Murray, llson and Po-t, and Corporal
Murray. Tho umpire for the New York
team U Lieutenant Sheldon J. Kellogg;
for the .Sumner, Colonel John .MeCoinb.
i lie two will name the relerce.
iiiiroinm In AiiimlliirClrs.
Dr. i:ioliuri1-nn ili'-crllic-. In tint Lon
don Lancet, two IntcrestliiL' -nri'lcal
awn, Involving tlie niicciv-.-lnl I'liinloy-
ini'iit of mi nninsthetlc which iinivunt.s
)ialn without ik'stroyln-f ;oii-cfoii-iu'af
nnil inn iiyniL' ino-i imtJOrtuni iu:-
slik'nitnin In intillcil jirnctloc. Thij
i-an-'Sln miotlou vrc two oin'ratloiH
niTtoiiniMl by Dr. It. for thi; removal of
eiiiiei;rons tnnioM or tho ln eat, both i:i
tluiils belli'' ladies. A Mirav of t'oriiinon
i;ther was dlrccti'il upon tin.' tninor until
ii was inoriMij;niy ciniicU. A JI"btiT
llillil, n comnoiind of ether with bvilridi!
of iiinyl, f-iKfclile ynivlty 0.720 de'jrei-,
was their applied until tho whole of thu
bivau was Irozen likes n Miow-ball. In
Ptead of with n scalpel, tho inehions nnd
removal wero elleeted by incutiu orftmiill,
htron', j-liarp and curved sclhsorn tho
iifei! oi nils latter iiD-triiinent hclii; con-
hiileied i'KM'iitlal to tho nroiior inanuL'e
inentotthucu-e. Dr. Iticlmrd'on states
that tho operations were micccs-fiil and
the beallnii speedy, without dhclmrgu or
I rouble ol' any kind.
1 hu l.nglUh Arctlo expedition tul'ct
nloiij; about 1,000 tons of provisions
enough to last for threo veurs. Kvery
tlilnp; which will tend to tho comfort of
the crow, and enablo them to anni'-o
thciiiselvcs during thu leUnru Itonrs in
tho lonj,' days and nights which they will
fpend In thu Northern rejjloni, has been
provided. No tixpedltlon h.ts ever been
m completely lilted out tor nil Arctic
voyiioofcllecovery,iiiid this, added to
thu knowlcdxo gained by American ex
iiedltloi.s, It Is iK'llowd will enablo thu
I'.nulish adventtiivrs to reach tho
und to solve tho Arctlo problem.
FOH the fxly curt of Kcmlmil WruLiictii,
it Munliuud uml nil iHncnlcrii brouidii
cm by inilUm-tlnn ur uoui, Auy Urngifitt
li;u tlie lurtiim,
, Waiiii, lr. K. HIIrON A CO.,
1.21-tUw-lv. Clnhinti, Ohio.
ra.kM.1. villi Mil, u.nl.4 (ort(lMn.l
ClnUll Cftblfa.!. llli.t h..a. T.m
"mvi.ifnJHvi ni rvMir,itf Ivi
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rpilK III U.KIIN liHl.lUhtl oiryiimri.lnt
(rxi'lpt Slun.Uy) III Hip llullcllli lliill.lllitf, rot
ur W'-hnij(l'ii "I" mi'l Twelfth iIit-cI.
'In Ilii.LvttM li mftl l f Ur iiilnci ItM-rv hf
faithful t'itncinlTwtitJ-KI (Vtilj a WrtV,
payable wirLly. Hy lil, (In Jtuc), 10r
Annum; sit i...m It.s. i'.; IliU in.Hill.1, tij unr
motilli, i V,.
TH E W EEKLY HULLBTI N .
I'lilillftinl n.rr 'I'lnirsiUy nniriilnt nl tl ii
pr nullum, lntutiMy In ajtnwcf. the )0tntf
uti tli WtLly '111 U .ifalil at llils uflitv, nil
thai suLwtIWm (III uttaln l'r MlWriitiun
IIUilneM CnrJ. putncuni, . lu
One (quire ccf n.rrttou,M.... 1 lU
One squirt two laiurtloni 1 SO
One squire one wk, 2 W
One njuan, two wreks,
Ope qu4rr, three weeka
One Iqatr, one luonth,.....
w k r. v i. v
Oar qtuiv, cue lujrtllon,..
Karli atilirquri)t luHrtioii,...
t3On IncU I vjuare.
S3 To rvfrutsrwImtlM'W weoUrrsnt'.-rlorlii-Curfiuinta,
Ixitli m to r.He ol rlnrsi-- mkI man
terof ill-iilaylnj; tlitir r.vur.
ENotlcta In locjl column ItiHTtnl for Fif
teen Cent er line f.ir one inM-rtlun, Twenty
Cent" aline for two Insertion, I wenty-Vh e
CnU Hue fur thM Inertlnn, Tlilrty-Kke
Cnt. a line for one week, anil Seventy-i'lve
Cents a line forone month,
Communication upon ubjecU of (ten
eral interett to the public aollcited.
S3".Il letter lii5uM be mMre ! lo
JOHN II. OIIEKLY,
l'rulilent Uilro IlGlletin Coimany.
rho People's Bcmcdy.
The Universal Pain Extractor.
Ask for Pond'
Take no oth
"llnr; Ur I will tlxiAt at txolltut thlns '
Nlmliia, !pria4. t-isa-!
tJ or lueti'! W '
mum I'liu,, unuiiime
rali'U, hvrtllcl Yatx
He WL-llltllf or .Hnrfrif4. .
Nllirn or .eortnc,,,
Iimlnzo, Iime Hock
Sure Tlirom or Quinsy.
I lib. Ahllll.kM
Kore or Inflnmol I'.yn nr
j DIarrliKi, Dywntcry.
iSure .MppIrN, lullamHl
't'olnfiil or too I'rofu'c
J1I1U l.rif, (HurUiu ON.
nvf mill Ttirnur.
tjniwl and Struumm.
C'IiiiIIiikh nml KxciHn-
tloiu or Inrunm, or
t'Hrlcuno Vrlim. Kn-
I'lccrw. Old Scirrj, Inlrr-
i urn uiccntlons.
Uoll, (;rbuuclii. Tn
rtTfflnnimT morn, Hot SwIIIdi;i
INTERNAL in i, nml llunlon-, l.l,f.
I l or Sore t't-ct.
ttoti l'litliiK.llurnff,r Vh.1-
USE, iiii- oniu.
IVIoii or U'lilllon', J-'rosl-iil
.imli or l'rt.
M IIKIlli0 ItllCM. IlilfCt
hllnt,-', (;iiapil Ilamli.
KI.Ml'N lIXTItll-r U rormlobyall rinl.
ClitkH IlrniiKlit'i. unci rixviimiuMcliilliy
fill OrUKKlHi, rhylcUin, nrW ci-r3-binly
wlio Iih :! ii, wl It.
I'ninplilct contaiiiliii? Illttory rnl t.' limll
txrr on npjillcullon, If not found at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
.New litrk nnd l.iiiiilon.
BOX and BASKET CO
All klmla liartl ami tt!,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LA.TH, &o.
Mill aad Yard,
Jorner Thirty-Pourth Stroot and
Notice In Bankruptcy,
t'nllnl A tutu of Anicrlm, )
Hoiillitrii Hlntrltt oflllliioU. J "
7HKItEAS, on the 'Jj, .layof Miiy.A. I
' .. '.."V "'v.; . iiiiwiili'm l irvKinjr l om
iiany' lllwl u libel lu tbu DUtrivt Court of tl.e
Uiillcil slate lor Uie Southern DUtrlctof Illl-
Kcyatom-" irn)lnK that the name, mar lie con
iliniil rorreuion and iwut-ca lu aidd llll niin
lloueil, And irin rtuj, hy virtue of lir-x-c, in
line form of law, to me illitcleil, relurntlile on
the Ural Monday In July next. Ihavcfelwl upon
and taken the wild "Kind lurifuof tcanr Key
atone" and have tho tame in my custody.
Notice I; hirthy ulien. Iliat a Ulatrlit Court of
I he trailed fclaUa will m held at tho (Jnltwl
Suitei Court tloom, In tho city or HiirlnEneld.oii
the itritt Monday In July uext.t'or the trial ol the
aid iremls, and the owner or owntra, and all
wrona who have or sUiliu any lutcieat lliereln,
urv hereby died lo lie m,d appear ul the time and
i!uc urnreuuld. to ahowraittv, If any they hae.
why u ilecrw) ahouhl not bo rcndcrol In occoid
unoi with theiiruyerof aalilllUI.
f-iutinrtltlil. 111.,. linn, l, Ii7S.
,, mVAIIUlt HOB, I.', b .MiUih.l.
ry .Nor lllcrcl, i:wl- '
A. In? (ionn r,r Ttil. j
U tomltlriKomiooUis,; ,
WM. T. BEERWART,
Tlu, Shoot-Iron aud Copper Ware.
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
STEMBOAT AND JOB WORK
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
No. 27 EianTn sthket,
But. Commercial and Wauhlmiton A vim.
Refrigerators, Water Coolora, Ico
Cream Freezers, Window Screen
Wiro Cloih, Bird Cnecs, Moss Bas
kets, Toilet Sets, Pishing Tackle,
Lamps, Oil, Chimneys. Also Mo
lino Flows and a goncral stock of
In cnnntctnin wltli tin' atc I Lii-p a lirl
elir Tln-tnitli, un'l am jiri-jmrt-il to itnatlklnil
ol job Work on short iiutlci-.
I VitTi ciiiistuutly on IimvI it lars larlrty ol
Cooking Stoves, Tinware, Build
Wholesalo and Retail.
"i.lc nvnt f'ir Hie i i-IiIii-jIi-I
., . aAuiiifiic lfl'lr .u,il.l., , ..a I
win not be unilnoM.
1UI nirui r kmiI 'nn. At.. I'AIHO,
C. W. HENDEESON.
fir A I. I'bTATi: Afl;.T.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
J0NVEYANCEKS. N0TABIES PUBLIC
Land AK'intH of the Illinois Control acd
Burllnifton and Uulncy R. B.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Leveo,
I. II. I.YMIII,
. I IIUHLKV.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Dolloctors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE-At the Court House.
JOHN P.'HELY & CO.,
Collectors and Conveyancers,
Land Survoyinrc and Civil En-
OFFICE In Wlntor'n Blook.Corner Com.
uitrclul Avenue and Seventh Stroet,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Clone.
Corner 10th St. and Commercial Av
0. O. PATIER & CO.
PROMINENT ADVANTAGES s
THE NKW LOW IIKSERVOIR "STAN1M1J)"
Groat Durability vith Handsome Dosigns, and Giving PER
FECT SATISFACTION Everywhere.
MAI) 12 ONLY HY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp y
U, 014, 010 und 018 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND HOLD EXCLUSIVELY UY
C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illiuoih.
LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
OITi ti-il fr .!. nl
Croat Reduction in Prices,
Prints, Bloacltod Muslins,
Table Linons, Percales,
LARGlil STOCK. OF DRESS GOODS,
Ijiik'r .MocL of White Ooods, VlotorU LiiwnH, Swlau MarHiillea, and a laive MjcW of
lUbbona. 'lliiMMitiru ntoek will 1 fold ill actiill ro't. .iml r.intiuue mill! 11 1 ilonl out. Call
ml l-coiiMiniilol (.rol ll.trcalui1 J KIUIi a'l ttlUI I.Y i All.
Corner Eighth. St. and Commercial Ave
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF
PATKNT MEDICINES, 'J'OILET ARTICLEH,
DRUGGIBT8' FANCY GOODS, COLLIER "WIIITE LEAD,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW GLASS,
BRUSHES, SOAPS. COLORS, OILS
TUBE COLORS, DVH STUFFS,
VARNISHES, ETC., ETC.
VfV. follclt corre-lKitidi nn- ami onUrH from Dniifi.M. l'livalcl'tn nnd tirnrrat store In wui
V of irooda lri our Un. .SUimlKiat. I'lantat'i-.n .mtl t uu.ilv Mt.lii.lr. f mr liniLI.t or .
Ulli-1 villi lettable lni' ut ii-n-oiinbl.- rjl-
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
7-1 Ohio Lovuu.
mmm M mm mt h aaaa tirr' '""i"
F. M. STOCHFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - OAIBO, ILL.
Koops a full fltook of
Monongahela,Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND 11JN.
KliUiY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
aim.1 i?i'nTmnr iv rlMM,,
nuu ijy vis iiii i us i iiivin
QUICK AMO UNIFORM
RETAIL Si PRESCRIriO
Vuahlnuton At., Cor. 8th St.