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1 A MRW CAXDIDATK
Wmt-k, ntilhbr of Uto t.wiW.
Utin compromise, rt'cofmfnvornblo mon
ition lathe New York pnper no a l'rvl
TRXXEWNEE PHCM .ASSOCIATION
At the annual rnetfine of tlie 'IViiih j
rco l'rc"s ABSOciatlon. Tom Nivil, of
l)ycrburj-, Mnjor Joe Hnrblerr, of Mrm
plils, nntl Mr, U'nttoron, of LouI'vlHc,
come t unirr.
Kvcn In I'arU, they persecute tin faith
ful. ,A ilr.Ftrnun, an American Spirit
ualist, who professed td pliotflfrrnpli tic
ceased iwrsoii", ha been convicted of
Bwliiclllnjf ftu'd sentenced to W month
The members of the New York lar,
ilcslrotu oi ilolnjj honor to thu new At
torney 'tfencrnl, Judge l'ierrepont, for
mally Invited him to accept n public din
ner at their UaniH. I he tender was
signed, among others, by Win. .M.
Kvarts.Ctiarle O'Conor. Win. A.llpaeli,
Ittcftani CGornmii and other noted law
yen. The dinner wa refused by the A t
FROM I'llllMHU TO CAIRO.
The Paris & Danville railroad line last
week completed Its track toltoblnson, the
county scat of Crawford county, and h
steadily pushing lis way toward I.aw
renccvllle, where .1 connection will be
made with the Ohio and MWWppi rail
road. The ultimate object of the com
pany l to reach Mt. Carmel, on the Wa
bash, where It will intersect the Cairo &
Vlueeimes railroad and have a southern
outlet. When these connections un
made, the Illinois Central road will have
n eompetlnp; lino from Chicago to Cairo.
A Wnshington dispatch says it Is ex
pected that the President will return to
Washington the latter part of the pre-ent
month or early in July, to hold a i-pechil
fccwlon ol the Cabinet, lle-iile-i the rou
tine btiilnei that ha? accumulated, there
are several very Important rjue-tlous to
be considered, one of which Is our rela
tions with .Mexico, growing out of the
recent disturbances on the Uio liraudc.
The Secretary of-War, It is uuderst'xjd,
lias fcomo important papers on this sub.
Ject, which will be presented for consid
eration. . -
When Judge Hlppln, of the criminal
court of -Memphis, sentenced Mat Morris,
one of tho express robbers, the sentence
being twenty-one years, that worthy re
marked: "I thank your Honor tor the
kind, Impartial and dlgullled manner in
which you have conducted my trial."
Added to the seutence of iiiitirUniu
111 tho IwiiiUviUarj , iiitamrgiiR'UClurillL'
costs ol the prosecution, for which exe
cution would Issue. Morris Mulled blaud-
ut (ho conclusion ot thu seiiteucu ami
asked the Judge : "Will your Honor
have tlie money now, or wait until the
end ot tlie term':"
U It ANN IN HER NTIIM'.TN
In hoine of the streets' contiguous to
tlie inalu'avoimes In Xew Orleans grass
is growing In the streets forcing Itself
through the heavy stone pavements.
She Is dead, very dead. Notwithstand
ing her untortunato condition the inhab
itants Jiavo strong hopes that the open
ing of the channel to ships of large ton
nage will again bring back trade to her
doors and Invito the commerce of tlie
world. In former years Xew Orleans
and Mobllo were prosperous and grow
ing SotiUiera cities. To-tliy they tint stl
mot barren of business, and everywhere
can be seen evidences of decay. While
Xew Orleans may ugaln take her rank as
a commercial city of importance, it is the
geueml opinion that Mobllo Is doomed,
THE RIO UHAMIlT.
A United States float is to bo placed at
the mouth of the Wo Grande to co-operate
with the land.forees III their attempt
to suppress the raiders from 'Mexico.
Might as well place it nt the
mouth of the Mississippi. A regiment of
rangers, under command of Old Kip
t ord, is what Is wanted. Ho and Ids regi
ment would not only put a Mop to Mexi
can rikli oh "Texas soil, In less than four
months, but wo would hear of a Mexican
commission from the capital of that God
and Liberty country on tlie Hlo Grande,
investigating outrages and the result of
raids from Oiir Ride of the river. Ford Is
the man to command on tlie Itio Grande.
He is an Indian and Mexican lighter, well
educated, brave and cunning, and is linted
and feared by the "greasers."
THE BLACK HIM..
Prominent Northern Sioux chiefs de
clare their iuteoton tq lljrhi (flted Cloud
and Spotted Tall sell the Hlack llllls.
They claim that the gold regions arc
aloneViluAWutothoin.astho other In
dians do not himuhere, and that they
were not represented In the treaty. That
a sanguinary wwM eventually take
placc'ln -und around the lllnek HUM,
there can be no doubt, as. many parties,
equipped tor mining and warfare, arc
preparfug.U) inarch to the new Kldo.,,
which is represented as a laud of fertile
valley , UeUghttul climate, and running
streams gleaming with flakes of gold. A
handful of Unlled BtaUt. troops cannot
guard a country with an area of nuch
extent, surrounded by an uninviting and
desolate Country. Thu Indians love tlie.se
hills, utid those who'lwvo scouted within
Its vicinity, and along tlie shores of the
Yellowstone, say that It will prove one
ot tho Ucrcctt Indian wars on record.
CArTAIS CO WHOM ' CAXAI..
Ciptalu John Cowdon, of Memphis,
wbq. UJie no tock in the "lettv ioi.
continue to insist that the building of a
v wu. utrougn Ilarltaria Hay to the
OulfU the only fu,ie an,Hrue outlet
frfim Ibo tcilth cf tr,n Mlillpjil ta th
Gulli nThnioutcfrorn thodeep wnter or
thn hay tn thoso of thu river opposite
New Orhnin a distance of to miles 1
through n continuous nimbi of lake-,
bayous and inal, which, In many pl.tee.
are iiO to HO feet deep by '-Mil lift wide.
nnd with proper dredging machine
could, In eighteen month', be o straight
cued, widened nnd deepened as to admit
and pass vessels drawing 2.1 feet of water,
and. In eighteen months more, could be
increased to "X or 10 feet in depth and
400 feet In width, which would admit the
Great '"astern to New Orleans. '
The building of this canal would cost
the general government lllly-llve millions
of dollar?, but tld. In'.Captaln Cowdon's
opinion. Is cheap, compared to tlie cot
of the Jetties ''agmnd fraud perpetrated
on the country by a Congress or bnel;
the ihi:at niiii caxai..
Charles Morgan's ship canal. which ex
tends from near thu mouth ot tvin
Jacinto river, Texas, to the city of lions
ton, 1 nearly completed. Steamers arc
now being built expressly for' this ranal,
and when the cotton season fully opens
In the Fall, ocean ships, with their Mor
gan pennons dying troni matheads, will
receive compressed bales of the Southern
staple at tlie wharl at Houston, n far In
land town, and tranport them thence to
foreign ports. C.nlveWoii, iloiirJsliiijr
city of nt least II.VOOO Inhabitants, feels
that tills s n blow at her Interests, and
is making every endeavor to perfect her
railroad connections. Morgan Is a man
of nerve and money, controls lines 01
splendid steamships, the railroad from
Hr.1sl1e.1r CItv to New Orleans, nnd tlie
one extending from Indianola to Cuero,
in Texas, destined for San Antonio, a
city 01 one hundred and forty years of
age. And this man Morgan docs not
like (ialu-ton, and is using his -.tit re
sources and lertlle brain to cut it ofl'from
the linmeu'e cotton trade of the I.one
UKS. TRAt'V'M r.Xft'HKlOX.
General Peter Tracy, of Memphis,
leader of many torloru hopes during the
sectional war, Is uu enterprising and In
genious Individual In fact Peter Is a
brick. Through his eli'urU Horace
Greeley visited Memphis ; then (yes, it
was the general), he produced to u star
tled public tliatraru combination ol dam-
foolishness and statistics. George I'nincis
Train ; then a female lectures ; then the
fat contributor ; then a trained elephant ;
then he attempted to secure Hen Hutler
and l.aura Fair, but failed; then went
over to Hot Spring alter Morton, and
again failed; then produced the ellcrve.
elng, cdmic.d magnate, and expounderof
serious conundrums, Harney Hughes,
who laugh? to scorn aughl than Komau
punches brewed by a man with lavender
eyes and blue blood ; then established u
printing olllce, inaugurated spelling bees,
lought a Memphis duel, presented the
same st titled watch to ten ditlerent bene-Ik'larle.-,
and now he is In Louisville nr
ranging for an excursion that will leave
Memphis next Monday lor the Mammoth
Cave. Tills is not intended a personal,
well, yes cheek can do.
NliHiiiin in ,i.tNSAii i'oij.i ri.
A rulllan named Smith, who lias kept
Pope counly in fear for a year or two,
murdered, In cold blood, a young man
named Llttleiueyer. at a ''house-warni-lngM
which took place about twelve miles
cast of Metropolis, near the Pope county
line, it few days ago. Smith had Inter-
ruptcd the dancing by throwing apiece
of plank among the, dancers ; Littlcmey-
er had walked up to hlm ami laid hi
hand on Smith's shoulder, hi a reiuoii
strativu maimer ; Smith said : "Do you
know wiio you are fooling with'?" and
Llttleiueyer replied, "Why Charlie
Smith, of course," and walked away. A
few moments after, Smith went up to
Lltllemcyer, and holding out
his hand, said : "A mo-, I have nothing
against you ; letV shako hands and be
friends." Llttleiueyer prone red his right
hand to Smith, and the dastard, taking
hold ol it with a linn grip, stabbed his
victim to death with a ten-lueh bowie-
In thu e.eiteiiient which followed,
Smith made good his e.-cape. Hut the
people ot the vicinity arc engaged In a
vigorous search for hlm, and threats are
made that it found, there will be 110 com
plaints of the law's delay hi his ease.
Smith has killed several men, and cutting
with a knife Is a tavorlte amuement with
Mrs. K. I). Gillespie, president of tho
woman's national centennial committee,
has written a tetter to thu Cincinnati la-
die, who have been working enthusias
tically In the centennial cause, informing
them that the director general and chair
man of tlie building committee have de
cided that the spacu In the building Is
growing so limited that It will be Impos
sible to place any nt tho dlpoal of irfe
women of the country, and advising
them to raise thirty thousand dollars for
the purpose of putting up a building ol
their own. Tills information has thrown
cold water on tho enthusiasm of the Cin
cinnati ladles, who had raised set en thou
sand dollars, nnd they arc discussing the
feasibility ot keeping the money at homo
and getting up 11 'Cincinnati centennial
The shabblness with which the women
aro treated hi this matter deserves thu
censure of thu public, ami will return to
plague those who are responsible for it.
Women all over the county have done
most nillcleiit work hi furthering the
eaii-.e of tho Philadelphia centennial, and
lusapoornuu inoji ungrateliil return
for their labors to bo uow told that it
they wish to share In tho'ltpnors of tho
great exhibition of 170, they must
first build and pay for the building to )
deyoted to their use. The Philadelphia
managers should havo a earn how they
treat the patriotic women of Hits day.
They have the spirit ot their mothvrs of
'711, twice as much "cheek," and won't
be put down by any assumption of
"manly" superiority or privileges on the
part of the male mauiiers of the centeu
A riQ01itl W.finMATIOV.
Tto eonteniilJtl ynr, wllh Its resus iim
teil memories and Irndltloni. Is evidently
to ho "an era of jrnod Icellng" In whleli
many If not all of the nsperlties ol tho
pat, of whatever nature, will, for the
tune lu'lng, be absorbed In tlie kindly sen.
ttment and pleasant feelings engendered
by the atupleloii present. Centennial
celebration and eereinonle nnd lestivl
tie promUe. for the next year or o, lo
be kept up witli iinll.igglnglndu-try and
We have seen 1111 invitation, lsticd by
William Knierson Haker of llldge lllll
Farms. Wellseley, Ma-., to the laying of
arbrncr stone of a new piggery on the
HUli Inst. Judging from tl.e style of the
Invitation audits contents, Mr. William
Knierson Haker I 11 gentleman poses-cd
ol wit, wUdoin and wealth. "This fete,"
say tlie Invitation, "i Intended to reeog
nl.ethe ltlghtol 1 1 ie Hog Species to
historic honor, inasmuch a tlie or
ganlxatinu of the .Ma-aeliuett senate
wa the direct con-emicuco of litigation
about a hog hi 1C.;)'), and the declaration
of war with Great Hrilaln in 1SPJ result
ed, according to tradition, trout hog liti
gation hi Ithode Island In 1811. The cor
ner stone Piggery party 1 therefore an
appropriate tuUlaulum to the Hunker lllll
celebration.'' The invitation proceed- to
Inform the reader that each peron ac
cepting It would be expected to contrib
ute something cither in pro-c or poetry,
pertinent to Ihc occasion, and the u-e ol
a thirty feet windmill wa offered lo per
sons whomlght feel the need of It hi grind
lug out "Hog Latin or other i-las.-le dog
gerel or plggerel.''
Among the ceremonies of tlie celebra
tion was the dedication of the "Khodo
Island 1811 Pig Monument." ami of Ihd
Maaehuett Senate-Porcine Monu
Tho tradition connecting the Khodo
laud pigs with the war oflsia Is tliu re
Hy the earelesne- of a boy in 11 1
garden gate in Khodu Island wa lclt
open; two pig entered and destroyed a
few plant. The day was hot, the pigs
lai, ami wnen attempt were made lo
drive them out, the characteristic obsti
inter of tlie animals oeca-Ionul such vi
oieni exercise as to eaitso their death.
A quarrel ensued between the owner
of the pigs and the owner of
thu garden, whleli, spreading muoiig
their friends, resulted iu tho election of
tlie Opposition candidate, Howell, by one
majority to the L'nlted Stales Senate, bv
who-c vote the motion to po-tpone, until
the next ses-ion, further consideration on
the question ol declaring war, was dt-
tcated iy one majority; and, oy the vote ,
following it, war wa declared with
Great Hriliilu in 1812, although Howell I
was opposed to and voted against it.
Tho Massachusetts Semite-Porcine Mou- (
iiment was lo commemorate that historic 1
hog found etray iu the streets of lloton 1
iu the year lii:iiJ. and the consequents of
tho protracted litigation as to the owner
ship of ltd- hog, I recorded in history a
The irlal-court decided In lav ir of the
puplle crier. Captain Keayue. The gen
eral court wa- then petitioned by the
plaintiffs counsel, in lavor ol re-opening
the case, but a majority of tlie ninu mag
istrates, forming one part of tlie legi-la-ture,
votedagaln-t Iheprotio-ed measure,
while a inaioritv of the thirty deimlle-
-, 11. mv.tr lliamil. I, t.iuJftlMJ' '
both magistrate and deputies wa re
quisite, ltd dead-lock of negative action
In the Ku11er.1l -in I nm ml 11 great pub
lic clamor, Ilia-much a there cxi-tcda
tender sympathv for the "Widow" Sliei
niaii, the plalutiH'; and lir lilcud Story
wa a stirring man.
The Governor joined with eight of the
magistrate.-, and puhtMicd a declaration
concerning the merit of tlie "Hog tjue
tlon." Finally, hi ltllil, -Major Gen.
Glliliens mid Maior William 'l'n were
appointed by the court as mediator.-.
They were both deputies trout Hotou.
members of tho saint church, and of the
Ancient and Honorable Artillery Com
Tills was the Hist great law lilt iu
Ho-ton. and u- a sequence of the negative
action in the General Court concerning
it, was the rebellion against thu magi--trutes
tho Crown appointees, and the
organization of the .la-aehu-ett Sen
ate. The detailed programme of thu etc
was to be furnished to gue-ts on their ar
rival at the Farm. There i no doubt
but that tho all'alr wa- a complete suc
cess, the hitorio lore on the hog ques
tion pos-esscd by Mr. Haker appearing
to lie fully equalled by the will to make
Id guests enjoy themselves and the
wherewithal namely, the money to ef
fect his object. Centennial literature has
brought forth nothing more humorous
than this Invitation. It Is a haud-ome
specimen of modern printing In the high
est style of the art, embellished by en
gravings of souio do.en or o porker
whose pictures would rejoice the eye and
the mind of thu grangers hereabouts.
Meeting of tho Stockholdors
Cairo dc St. Louts Railroad Company.
PUlll.tr notice h litiiby kIviti Hint llii-n- will
IM' lllll I II llHTllllK'llf lllll tlocklioliliri III thl'
l.'ulro.V .st UiuiH llnllmuil t'iiiiii:uiy, at Uu
tatlon lioiisiiiif sulil i'oniiuiiy, in tin- city ol
l.n'l M. l.ouU. hi tlm fouiitv of hi Clair nml
Stale uf Illinois, on
.Homlity Hie USIli IHiyiir June, A. II.
til the lioum of rli'ti'ii o'clock u, 111 , fur tlio mr
iiiiHrnf tlim unit there rlectiuKby hiiitl stock
holders hcten illnt'lnr for sulil roniimuy lor Hie
iiiKiilin; ) ear, 11ml thin and llieie Iransailins
kuuh (Hhi r Imslneja upcrlalnlnK to Mild com
iiauy a. shall rom llore aald iniitlnt'
A 1UII ntli'iidaiice of nil the nlockliulilcis in
aald oomoany U nUf4Uil and iniieli ilediiil
linteit. tlil.V0lliilayor.May, lsT
11. w'. smitiii:us,
II. It. I'A ViON,
J. .1. CAXDA,
K. K. tJANIIA,
W. It. Alt'llll.U,
.Slockliolileli C. A .St I. It It t 11
Centrally heated, Elegantly Furnished,
I IIARU1M MUUKUATK.
The Ooujoioroinl Hotel of tho Oity.
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lflI IWM'I wium, Cb.ft. 1KR HIMIV9I
TO DiUTjV IWMETfN,
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(cxi-cpl Motiilii) ) i tlie lliilli'lln II11II1II11K, cor
ner Wnsliiiigtmi .iM'inii' iiiul Tui lUli tin-t
Tim lln.i.tTis i wmmI In lily mW.rlln iiy
f.ilthnil rarrlu- nt fufiitj -Five rruu n Will.,
inyulilc vrivVly tly.Miill, (I11 uilrmit'i-), sMO n-r
nuinuiis 'l iiiuiiiIh. M thu iimiillis, Ji mm
mnnlli, M -r.
THE WI5EKLY BULLETIN.
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lirrimniiiii, liMnr t'dy in udvituir, 'I lie puslaK'
on Uu- Wnkly wil lw nviiilil nl Hits ollif.-, n
Hint subsoilln'rs n M olit.iln I'ora 4iitisiTiptlrn
lice uf 41 n ymr.
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Slitf rUan-, two liiferit'ins, IN'
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Knrli sii1.iiiciit liiMrtion, M
S3ine Incli t n siil-.w.
J3"rn iT'iiljrailti'rllt'rs wviiflVirmiwilnrln
ilictiniiil. Isilli tu mtu nl ctimvi s hihI mail
iii r of illqibyliiK llnir Civor.
J3"Kll' la load ciilimm iuiilt fiirt'lf.
lien (.V11M per Hup for oim tnnTtloii, Infiily
tinls it lltii' for two fiitrrtluiM, Twenty-I'll c
LVnts n lli.e fur ttiii-v liistttloim, Ttility-riri'
C nl- 11 Ihif for one n-t., bwI ninty-Klti'
L'uili n llm- furiiiic niontli,
CommunlcationH upon subjects of k'en
ernt Interest to tho public solicited.
53-U1 M IwuM luiMiciMil lo
JOHN' It. OIIKIM.Y,
rriMlik'iit 1 alro llutli'tlii Lomeuny.
Tho People's Remedy.
Tho Universnl Pnia Extractor
Koto: Auk for PouiI'b E.ttraot.
Tnko no other.
fur I ill sl'i-al or (Ai-i'lliiit tlitnu
I n.iurli-s to Mini in- licati
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vim Iiuh i or uh1 it.
I'iniiilili't DonluliiliiK lllslory iiiut l.'-Minall-111
1 1 ii' in iii,iiiluii, idiot Inuiiilntynur
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
.Ni'i Vnili nml i.uiiiIimi.
BOX and BASKET CO
All klniln lmrJ nnJuoll.)
FLOORING, SIDING,i LATII, Sic.
Mill and Yar,
-ornor Thirty-Fourth Ltvco; and
Notlco iu Bankruptcj
l altwl 'UiWt nf AiihtKui, I M.
Suutliirii Dl.irlcl nt llllnols.
WrillWKAS mi tin- Hiil iluyol .May, A , I).
IkJS, Itio "L iHlerMilliTu Wii 'lilni? Coin
Imiiy" Itli-f u IUm I in tlm 1111 U'-t t oui t nt" I lit'
I11IU1I Mutfi for tlm f-millii'iii 111' 'let nf llll
unit, iiiruliut I lie "I'licl Inn kc of I in mramrr
Krytnm" iuhjIiir that tlio minm in iy In-ran-ili'inniil
fiirrmrnini nml rauri-s In sain illn-l ini'n
tloiuil. Ami wlwi ma, liy vlrtuool inui'im In
iltii' fm in of laiv, In ini' ill I cctiil. Ifturiiabli' nu
tlii'llrrt .Momtay In July neM, I luitr tlint uiiun
uml toki'ii itii'f.iM "Kiii'l Imrptnf Ktuniicr Key
Monti" nml hau lliuiuinv In my rmwly.
N ul Iii! iii liiitliy nhi'll, lli.it 11 l)Utln:t Court of
llm I'nlti'il Stale.! will lm lit 1(1 nt the l.'nltnl
Males Court U110111, In llm illy if.'iiriiiKlli'M,oii
llui II rut .Momlny iu .liily.iet,fnr tlietiial ol tin'
"ulii iiiiultj, uml tliviiwiierornwiiui), uml nil
lniKiiiis Mini lime or claim tiny Interest tlieivln.
are lieivliy elicit to li 11ml niiit'ur Hi tlie time unit
place itfnrt'i-uiil, lo liow niil.i', if any llipylmie,
tiliy 11 ilirrii! dioiilil not li iviiileteil in ui i.'onl
niiei' with tlie iirnyer of mill 1111.
f-prltixtli-lilj llli), June I -J, i7.'i
T:i)vAilii It ikik, I Miirriui.
0 i" 15-Ht
J iralu 111- -
Tin, fihcoi-Ironmul Copper Ware.
GUTTERING AND r.OOPING,
STEMBOAT AND JOB WORK
PUOItl'TIiY ATTEMDnj TO
No. 27 EIGirTJI STREET,
Bet. Commurclal and Wauhilieton Avea
T irn , .. riAl Tn
Rclngcrators, Watrr Coolers, Ico
urcam i''rcczcr), window Hereon
Wire Cloth. Bird Cneo.-t. Moss Bus
kctfl, Toilet acts, Fishing 'i'ncklc,
Lamps. Oil, Chimnoys. AIho TJo-
lino iJiows nncta gcncrui tocK 01
In i'iiiiih. In. 11 liti Uu ul in I km 11 llr.i-
rl.1-4 't ininitli iimiI iiin in'j ir. I I.. lu nil kiiul
"fJob Work mi -Itui 1 null'
I kup cmirluiilli 1111 I mm I ,1 l.irr mrli'ly "f
Cooking Stoves, Tinware, Build
Wholosalo nnd lletail.
"-..1.. i.iffiit r..rlhi ir!ilmii'l
. a. j
S"-('hI1 anl riiiiilni- wrnrr iiir:liuU;, iu I
will imt I' iimU'rk.ilil.
Ill I ciii-iii-i- mill mill iiiii. A v.. Ctllill,
0. W. HE.-iDEIUOH.
sii:ai. ustati: a:j::.t.
JOHTJ G. HARIuAIT &
JONVEYANCKES, HOTAT.IES PUiMC
t.and Atrentu of thn IlllnoU Central autt
Uurllujiton uud Uuiucy H. 71.
North Car. Sixth and Ohio IioVno,
I. .. LVNI.'II. ,
LYNCH Cc HOWLEY,
Dolloctors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE At tho Court lIouBa
JOHN P. HELY & CO.,
Houae Agent cJ
Collectors and Conveyancers
Land Surveying nnrl
OFFICE In Wintor's Bloch.Corntir Coin
mnrclal Avunuu unit Sovuntli lit nut,
OTew-Y" ork Store
HUBy W Alt Is ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
in the ciTir.
Goodfl Sokl Vory Clouo.
Oornor 10th St. anil Comiuurnlul Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
. m .
THE m' LOW 1UWEI0IK "STAMhllll)"
A 1 ii'i . '.II'
ta tr '
!5 A v
Groat Durability with Handsome Dcsiyris, nnd Giving PER
FECT SATISFACTION Everywhere
MAD 15 ONLY JIY
Bsccolsior Maiaufacturing Comp'y
a, OM, 010 nnd 018 N. MA CN BTREKT, HI'. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois. V7.sm
Mill ROCK IF III ItOODS
I 1 ; -.-I 1 .r 1 iii1 .
CSx-. 3rleducticn m Prices
en&K.a cnfitui ma,n aC
Prints, Slcachod Muslins.
Tablo Linens, Percales,
I.AKGU STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
' tniv-r snjf K .if Whit HooJh, Vtcttirli Lwm, SwIsh Mnrxailcfl, uml a
RlljbOn B. 'Ih I'lllllV -t.H-lk Will k .lit il .11 (ml runt, lui'l r.Hllllilli Milltl It I- r.. i.t
nil iwwiiniwciii.il 1. i.mi iiarKMin ir.il.n
. . .
1 woffaur .5TJis,ii.vii ia , aan w'j.'raoA'ciai :ivu
tv-r. k m r s ra .t r e-i t.i
PAINT AMD OIL DEAI-W.
JOBBERS AMD RETAILiJt.i Cx
DUUG GISTS FANCY GOODS,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL,
"ITK -.ilieit i.irr"inii li'ii.- ni t.irr frni
t of (C'hhI- tn our line Imiiiliml, I'l.u.;'
llllt-1 null nluil'lc I)nitat tuanoiuilili. nitm.
WHOLKSALK iS: KETA1L
74 Ohio Lavee.
yniT-. r I'll 1 1 MMr -
02 OHIO LEVEE,
,,o.,, . IT LW uvza&Ka
I 39& Mfi li w il. I
Civil En- XZa 1 - H 1 ' - .-srivt
Xocps a fttll Ht'ipk of
Eo'lrts.clc.3ir :3 om'to on ,
Monongaliola, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KEIiLY" ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
m ECONOMV IN PRICE.
" QUICK AND UNIFORM
"ilin ll. l l"-ll
, . . .
CCLLTKli WHITE LEAD,
' lJtfil STUFFS,
i-H 1'!,' -!c.Un nml (.eui-nil s..
I rimlj .tnlli-in (it f'tihir
1. I il
MSTAI.ti & PRESCRTPTrO
'A'ftohlnntotj At., Cor. 6th
tv .- . 1 ....Tlm.
Wholosalo Dealor In
- CAIRO, ILL.
l.ci!FimiMl'i tl1lhl.i;,hni V'll.