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THE CITIKENH AtWeriTTieJf.
Ttilirsockty wn organized lost ulgM,
wri we would like to know whnt Davis
U goto to do nbotit Jt. Anr t-IJ'rr
of the city tuny become ,,,culbcr,,?'
paying a dolUr and ijpilnjr tl.c couiiltu
Jbn.whlcb declare theobject rflhe nijo.
ctaUontobctlic Irncc"'cnt of Cairo.
What did wo unfontimd the Sn to nay
A eonrcntlou of colored editors of
MWipapcni was held nt Clnclnnnti tlic
other dny. A special to the Inter-Oernn
uyg that, in the opinion' of leading col
red men in attendance, it wns tli;
moit Important contention yet held by
their race. It was tho first formal effort
on their part to separate from tho guid
ance ot others and tliape a policy of their
own. As the rctilt of their deliberations
they have established a colored press as
sociation, provided for the publication of
a book in 1870 entitled "Ccntcnulul Trib
ute to the Xegro," and i or tho represen
tation of their race in the Centenulal Ex
position, and issued a call (or u national
convention of colored icoplu In Nashville
the first week in April next.
JABH0W AVK AT TIIK Cr.XTE.V
The Chicago Ratlvay Review says n
contract has been closed by the managers
of the Centennial with a passenger rail
way company, by which they arc to
construct wltlilu tho Exhibition grounds
a double track narrow guagu road, which
will traverse the entire circle between
the various buildings, some 3 mile.
The road will be equipped with 5 locomo
tives and 10 palace caw, tendered the
company free of cost by different locomo
tive and car builders. While this will
be a great accommodation in affording
means of transit to visitors It will also
be a splendid advertisement to tho shops
furnishing the cars and engines, and a
test experiment of narrow gauge opera
tlou. THE HATHA H I'RnMt.
Billy Forrester, an Inmate ot the peni
tentiary at Jollet, has tnt to the Chicago
Times a statement to the eflect that he
knows all about the Xatlum murder.
Forrester says he knows the theu profes
sional burglars who attempted to o(en
the safe in the Nathan mansion, and who
were interrupted in their work by Mr.
Nathan, and in the struggle which en
sued, killed him with the "dog" which
they were using as a tool to open the safe
with. Forrester claims that the burglars
were in the confidence cf certain high of
ficials in New York city, whose names it
woidd be indiscreet to reveal now. ills
object in making thU statement Is to fc
enre a pardon, and in this case he "will
make It the object of his life to bring to
justice the murderers of Nathan.'
The Qulncy Herat J nays : "The press
or the southern part of the State are try.
mg to wake up Governor Beveridge to
tell him that citizens are being assassina
ted, and no attempt is made to punish the
murderers. The eflorts to wake tin the
old man seem to be fruitless. Assassins
shoot citizens down and masked men ride
throuirti the country committing out
rages, yet the Governor hear not. When
a negro is shot iu the South,
even when caught committing an
infamous outrage, the Governor can hear
remarkably well, and he bolls over with
Indignation at the Ku Klux rebels and
the White League. To him the lives of
Illinois citizens are worth nothing.
Knowln? that a lflirn of terror itxtsts In
Williamson count v. that thn ninfrrsiim
are atrald of their lives, and are power- hanSliR. by throat-cuttlug, 2 by jump
less, the news of cold-blooded assasslna- ln& out of wldow 1 burning and 1
tlons do not disturb him. Ho excuse by starvation. The reasons, as far as cau
himself by saying that it is the duty of
the Sheriff! and Constables of William-
son to punish their own criminals. "
Col. J. H. Wood & Co. of Chicago have
opencu in that city a museum and lec
ture room, to be conducted "on purely
eiwcai pnnciples." The museum Is to
be stocked with "careful selections from
nature, affording a direct i-tudv for the
young that educational Institutions are
miuoui." Twice a nay, lectures ex
planatory of the various selections In the
museum, will be dcllvercd-onc in tho
afternoon for the benefit of visitors who
canuot remain over night lu the city, and
one at night for the benefit of the rcsl
dent population and of leisurely lsltors
In tho city. We advise our friends visit
ing Chicago to lncludo among their
pleasures a Ult to Col. Wood's museum
u wiu give uicin mo opportunity, in a
few hours time, to Inspect a collection of
rare and beautiful selections from the
torehouso of nature, which they
would otherwise not see during a long
A BEHOCBATIC DlftNEH PAKTY.
Governor TUdcn, of New York, gave
complimentary dinner party at Sara
toga, on the 4th Inst., to the Maryland
Boundary Commission. Tho following
comprised the entire party: Judge Jcre
Mka 8. Black, Governor Jenkins, Gover
nor Plnkney Wbyfc. Mr. J. D. Jones,
Attorney General Daniels, Judge Rob
ertson and A. W. Graham, of the Mary
land Boundary Coaamis&Ion; also the fol
lowing Invited guests: Governor Hen.
drlcks, Colonel Richard Lathers, Jr. and
Mrs. Isaac BUerman. IV. Ifonrforxnn. ..v.
Governor and Mrs.Uoflinan and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. T.Bailey Myers and Mrs.
Jams, General O. w. McCook, ol Ohio;
Governor Aiken, South Carolina: Govcr
nor Cartin, Pennsylvania ; chief Justice
Ckurcb, Lieutenant Governor Dorshcl
Mf, General and Mrs. G. W. Cass, Dr
Md Mrs. Austin Hunt, jr.; Mrs. GMtgl
fss, Mrs. J.W. Gerard, Colonel W.T.Ptl
ml Attorney General Pratt, Mr. Aukus.
tM Mailt Dr. Anderson, of Rochester
Vmmmy, Md Mr. Plnkncy, of Mary
-rtar t n ailiailTKa OF A VAI flS
F ATM Kit.
The New York Herald's cable account
ot the oronncll centennial banquet In
nuhlln, nt which four hundred dfetlii.
Ifulshcd person sat down to table,
sny. "during the banquet, Mrs. Flu
.Imoii, eighty-four years of nge, tho
widow of Christopher Fltzriniou, of
Glcncnllen, and the only living daughter
of tho Liberator, appeared in one of the
galleries accompanied by tho Lady
Mayorcsi and her daughter and a nu
merous party of distinguished Indies."
Tills was on Thursday, and Friday, the
next day, was the centennial birthday of
O'Conncll ; If ho had been living on that
day he would have been a hundred yeata
old. If his only living danghter is now
aged eighty-four yearn, O'Conncll must
have become a father atjthc ngn of sixteen.
Not likely. There is n mistake In tho tig
urcs somo where.
i.tinu ran nF.r.ciir.tt.
The weeping Shearman, friend mid
council of the llev.If. W. Becchcr, is now
in England. In London he marten speech,
remarkable in Its way. Either ho has
lied, or else Tllton's lawyers arc about tig
mean fellows ns Tracy. He Is reported to
have said that one of the counsel for Til
ton, whoro name ho mcutloufd.had stated
to another who refused to tnk the re
tainer, that lie might bu thankful for
having escaped the task, as he had never
known of a more "Infernal conpIraey."
This counsel had declined to make a
speech In the case, but had been satislied
! with examining tho witnesses. Another
employed as counsel on tho same U1
had told him In coulldcnuo that he was
assured of Mr. Jieeeher's innocence. In
relercneo to the jury, Mr. .Shearman de
clared that they would have had a unani
mous verdict In favor of Mr. Itcccher but
for the fact that one of the number had
sworn that he knew Frnnels I). Moul
ton only by sight, while he was a personal
friend of his, and dally conversed with
him In the court.
News Irom Paris In regard to the In
vention of n machine for writing spoken
words will can y dismay to the hearts of
students who have burned the midnight
oil In the acquisition of the art of short
hand writing. Tho phonographic writers
will look on Huppiiigcr's machine as an
innovation, but reporters who never
learned the art will bless their Ignorance
ind the lack of industry which kept
them from learning It. The word-writ
ing Instrument is described ns being
about the sUo of a man's hand, and op
erates by being placed iu connection
with the vocal organs, the little machine
recording their movements upon a band
ot paper in dots and dashes simi
lar to the telegraphic alphabet. Hereaf
ter the reporter, instead ot straining his
ears and lingers In the desperate efforts
to keep up with a rapid speaker, wlU
merely attach one of these instruments
to his own lips and repeat the words of
his orators inwardly. The "Hp lair
guage" thus produced on the scroll by
the movements of the organs of speech,
can be written out afterward at leisure,
and with greater accuracy than the ordi
nary phonographic characters.
THE Mfll'IOEN Or (SIXTY DAYN.
The St. Louis Republican kept a list of
suicides in the United States between
June 1st and August 1st. this vear. It
was of course impossible to make the list
complete, and the Republican presumes
that lu figures "represent no more tUn
half possibly two-thirds of the suicides
which have occurred durlug the sixty
days ending first Inst." The record
shows a sum total of 110 suicides. Of
these 85 were males and 23 females.
Four of the former were under 18 years
of age, and one a boy .of 13. All of the fc
males except 0 were married. I hu man
ner of death was as follows : 40 by shoot-
30 y poison, 10 by drowning, 15 by
be ascertained, were as follows : 31 died
a,ld left 8,8n 28 were "tired of
life," 10 were insane, 12 alleged domestic
troubles, 8 whiskey, 7 disappointed affec
tion, 1 to escape the penalty of murder, I
because of n son's disgrace, 1 because of
bad treatment from his children, 1 from
religious excitement, 1 to avoid the pun
ishuicnt duu to theft. The localities
were divided as follows: New York 27,
Illinois 13, Ohio 12, Missouri 10, Iowa l.
Louisiana 5, New Jersey 5, Massachu
Mtts 5, California -I, Indiana I, I'cunsyl
vauia 3, Michigan 2, Connecticut, V1
consln and irgiuia, each 2, Nevada
Rhode Island, District of Columbia
Kansas, Alabama, Maryland and Ne
braska, each 1; and 1 tit bca, between
New York and Charleston, S. C.
THE CHICAUO EXPOSITION.
The Industrial Exposition of Chicago,
which will open September 8th and close
October Oth, promises, from the prepara
tions for the event, to bo one of the llnest
displays of science, Industry and art ever
attempted by any estem association
Tho American poiuologlcal society
which will open Its biennial convention iu
Chicago on the 8th of September, will
make a continental display of fruits in
tin exposition building. Tills great fruit
show will be supplemented by the llll
uois State horticultural society
all the best tlorlsUi of Chi
cago Hiid by the South l'ark
commissioners, with a collection of flow
ers and plants filling the entire conserva
tory and outside grounds. The Chicago
Academy of Science will place ou exhi
bition tho most valuable of Its own large
collection, and take charge of
this department of the ex
position. Arrangements have been
made to have every American artist
of acknowledged ability represented by
from one to live of his most meritorious
works. A large number of tho palutlnirs
of such American artists as the Beards,
Whtttredge, Ulcrstadt, McEntroc, Glf-
ford, the Harts, Church, Beackett, 1'age
and many others, arc already In the gal-
uric. The exhibition of household and
decorative art will bo elaborate, the dfs
Ply of Interesting processes of manufac
ture Instructive imd varied, and the ma-
chine ry In operation will be unparalleled
by any former exhibition Om tho whole,
the attractions offered In all derailments
of tin; exhibition air such that they WlU
abundantly repay to any one the expense
of a visit to Chicago during the mouth
THE WIM.IAMHOM COUNTY TMOI'
bleu and uev, nr.vr.Kinur..
flovcrnor Hcverldge has made up hit
mind to do nothing In the work of
suppressing thn lawlessness In William
son county. .
He has two reasons for Inaction, and
tltec he has submitted to the public,
through the State Journal.
1. That he has no power fo net.
2. ;That Williamson Is 'a Democratic
Tho Governor's first reason Is not good.
He Is the executive officer of the State,
mid the constitution expressly makes It
his duty to sec that the laws ot the State
arc faithfully executed, and gives him
power to even call out tho militia In the
performance of this duty. He Is the
prone executive ollleer of the
State, and should iu our opinion
step lu and take care that the laws not
enforced by the subordinate ollleer lu
the SUite are faithfully executed. He Is
the person who must determine how he
shall do this. If he cannot do so, he
should make It convenient to go out of
the State for a few weeks and penult the
Democratic. Lieutenant-Governor to be
come the Aetlng Governor. Wu have no
doubt Gov. Glenn would not long hesi
tate to interfere lu (he Williamson county
matter, anil take care that the laws were
Uut If the Governor really does be
lieve that he is helpless to contribute to
tliu security of life and property iu any
community of the State, he Miould not
ho'ltatc to call the General Assembly into
extraordinary session, and require
the law-makers to ami him
with the power necessary for the per
formance ot his constitutional duty. In
one part of Illinois assassinations arc of fre
quent occurrence regulators ride iu
mask and rob, maltreat and murder citi
zens hi the night time citizens arc com
pelled to lice forsafety to other neighbor
hood s juries arc packed to acquit any of
the murdering r.t-cals who submit to be
tried county olllcers, who manifest a
disposition to perform their duties, are
compelled by intimidation to resign and
quit tho country ! Cannot the Governor
sec in these facts a necessity for the in-
terforeuce of the power of the State 5r If
lie cannot use this power, is it not ids
duty to convene the legislature aud
require it to act in this matter without
loss of time? If he does not, his refusal
says to the murderers of Williamson:
'Go on with your bloody work; the State
will do nothing to restrain you, and you
have already intimidated the county of
ficers into inaction."
The Governor's other reaon for not in
terfering to prevent assassinations in
Williamson Is unworthy of the executive
officer or a great State like Illinois. It is
true Williamson gave a small Democratic
majority at tho election last fall, but be
fore that it gave ltcpublican majorities.
It voted for Kaum and Munn when they
were the Republican candidates for con
gress, and was until recently a Republi
can countv. But even If it were a con
firmed Democratic county, Is tliat a good
reason why Goy. IJcvcrldge should btunu
back and say: "The a'sassinawm.i
proceed. 1 will not inter
fere. Williamson is a wemocrauc
county!." We believe that Gov. Ifcvc-
rldgu will regret that he evergavc this as
one of his reasons for not attempting to
take care that the laws are faithfully exe
cuted upon the bloody-handed wretches
of Willlaniiou. Surely the people will
condemn a Governor who, when request
ed to interfere for the protection of life
and property Iu one of the counties of
the State, replies : " I will not ; that Is a
Democratic county. " He ought to be
remanded to private life.
AN ANTONIHHEU COCKNEY.
Cairo, Illinois, August 8, 1875.
Epitor Bt'LLETix : The statistics iu
your paper to-uay wouiu ue mucu
i i .
more Interesting If their reliability could
be depended on ; but alter being told
that within "llftecu miles radius of Char'
lug Cross" the city covers "nearly llftecu
hundred square miles," It is Impossible
for all of your readers to accept the fol
lowing statements with the confidence
they may possibly merit. Why do you
penult such Inaccuracies; A circle of tlf
teen miles radius contains 700 S(M00
mile", and no more.
Tm: resolutions of the Memphis meet
ing hi honor of Andrew Johnson are of
the high-up order. They arc introduced
by a paragraph commencing: "A great
name is a power lu the world. As a man
grows up gathering to himself the wis
dom ot the past for present uses, great
ness is displayed hi the proper adaptation
ot the material thus acquired, and this Is
the light that shines into the future. It
is a clear und direct ray, that never mis
leads. The world does not doubt or dif
fer as to the great men of the past ages.
1 hoy are recognized forces in tho econ
omy of our race. Happy is that genera
tlou which Is iiermittcd to know such a
man, and whose duty It is to write his
epitaph. We have had the privilege, and
now unite with the American people in
discharging this duty. The treasure of
Andrew Johnson's life and example is
ours, ours to keep and ours to give, in
all its fullness to future generation);."
Uiikt Hahtjs Is engaged wrlliug the
Great American Novel, about which so
much has been said during the lust half
century. He Is doing the business by
the seaside. On this subject, the Courier
Journal nays', "American writers must
produce originals, uot reflections, aud
this Mr. Hurtc has done, his California
sketches being as unlike the sketches of
Charles Dickens as It Is possible for two
sorts of composition of the same order to
be. If he Is equally successful with the
more elaborate publication on which he
Is engaged, we shall have a Great Ameri
can Romance which will not remind iw
of Mr. Dickens or Mr. Thackeray, of Mr.
Hawthorne or Mrs. Stow, but of its au
thor and Itfelf."
Ax "Astonished Cockney" wishes to
know why we permit such Inaccuracies
ns w ere in an article on Loudon published
by us, to appear in otir columns V We
nre frco to confess that wo don't know.
We cannot read every lino ofproorof
our paper, and extracted arllclcs pass
sometimes through the bauds of printer
fearfully and wonderfully fit led to make
outrageous blunders. Why not get bet
tor printers? True; but often, wo beg
to assure our Cockney Interrogator, the
purse cannot back the will. When tho
Cairo lluM.r.Tis has been evolved Into u
London Timet, then we will take off the
head of n blunderer in our ofllce quicker
than one can say, Jack Robinson.
Thk State Journal asks us to call upon
the authorities ot Williamson county to
discharge their duly. At the au
thorities of V!lliainon who dis
charge their duty, the assassins dis
charge bullets. Wo have therefore
called lu vain. We now think of going
Into the buluc.-.s or calling up spirit-,
from the vasty deep. We will surely
have more success than we have had in
calling the Governor and the Williamson
county authorities to u discharge of their
Tm: attention of the Sun mail Is called
to the fact that cholera Is prevailing on
tho opposite hide of the earth from us.
Had he not better call on Brown, our
health ollleer, to go Into the disinfecting
businc-sf It Is now In order that he
shall fall Into a fright, and teIegraph,to
his papers that the drcadlul disea-e Is an
ticipated In Cairo by all our people, and
that a great majority of them are getting
ready to die.
lUiinv Sclmvan lauded In America on
Saturday last. He will !c warmly wel
comed by New Yorkers. A banquet at
Delmoiilco's Is to be given In his honor,
and special receptions by the Lotus and
Arcadian clubs. He will also bo serena
ded, and will review the sixty-ninth New
York regiment, which will parade pat
Fifth Avenue Hotel.
Til K female world has gone wild over
the blonde hair fashion. By a chemical
process, the blackest of hair may be
made the color of gold, and fashionable
women everywhere, without regard to
the color of their eyes, are going through
the bleaching process and coming out
Davis didn't wish to Injure the city.
He was only mistaken w hen lie said our
people were greatly alarmed about the
threatened Hooding of Cairo. He was
frightened, and he thought everybody
else was also about to cry out with fear,
and take to skifls.
Tiik commissioners to locate the insti
tution for feeble minded children arc in
Springfield, and to-day will examine tli
various proposition for thv locifion of
the Institute. It U supposed that a
decision Win be arrived at on Wedti:"
"The McropWs Acalanche," Kiys the
VIcksburg Herald, "is quoted by the
Northern press a favoring tho repudia
tion of the State debt ot Teiine?M.-e, but
the Avalanche indignantly denies the
charge." Well, if it don't, it does almost.
Tin: United State pensioners were de
creased last year four thousand. tlht
hundred and -centy)ne. Two hun
dred and twenty-eight thou-and and
thirty-four are now on the pension rnlK
Tiie Caic Girardeau J'rtm calls Louis
Houck, E-q., "tho Little Torjcdo."
Louis exploded lu tli neighborhood of
the I'retn awhile ago, and made a great
disturbance in the ofllce of that paper.
Dkah Davis, another Hood Is about to
burst upon us. Bush to tho telegraph
ofllce and telegraph that Cairo is about to
go down to New Orleans.
Nuw Oiileans owes twenty millions of
dollars and the city propo-es to fund the
Will Davis please tell us whether the
levees nre likely to bieak next year?
Hueclel MnhiM-r Arrested.
Washington, Augiiit 7. Two or
three arrests have been made of persons
supposed to be concerned iu the robbery
of the $17,000 from the treasury depart
ment. The name, ot those arrested have
not been made known by the treasury de
partment, nor any particulars concerning
the arrests. One 'or two of thoiu ar
retted aro said to be well-known gam
biers of this city. Hi, also rumored that
a treasury clerk i., Implicated, hut no
such information has been given nt the
namks or tiii: AidiEsniP r-Aitni:-.
Washington, Aug. 7. Tho detectives
feel coiilldent that they have tho right
parties, una nn- ure that a portion of tho
money will bo recovered. Friends ol
Ottman arc making eflorU to have him
released on bail, but the authorities de
maud bomls to the amount ot S100.000
for his appearance. Hallock was recently
promoted to assistant shipping teller In
the cash room. He Is a native
or ew York and has been em
ployed in the department tight years.
Brown was discharged from the quarter
master general's ofllce, about a year ago,
on account of the testimony on tho trial
of the latter for the murder of Hussey,
derogatory to his character. Ottman is
proprietor of i restaurant oil Pennsylva
nia avenue, where Brown had n room.
It Is expected that other arrests will be
A Deiuoemtle Oalu.
LoiiisviLu:, Ky.. Aug. 7.-Rcturiis
from tllty-six out of the one hundred aud
sixteen counties in the state, give Mc
creary, Democrat, a gain of about one
thousand over the vote of the same poiiii
ties lor Leslie, in 1871.
A Hood Hula for Farmer.
As a rule, u Judicious farmer will come
nearer hitting tho market,, who plants
and sows ubout the usual number of
acres to tho crops his land Is best adapted
to. than the oue who jumps from one
thing to another. There are always
enough who will neglect to plant uuy
portlculnr crop for tho reason tliat much
w as produced thv yvar before.
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moMe wwkl) Ily Mall, (In nilvniici-), tlliH-i'
annum! otic wontlu, it tlim- niotitlii, tit one
monlti, SI -it.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
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ner of ill'.liiyiii their fat via.
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Communication upon subjects of Ken
em! interest to the public solicited.
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.IOIIN II. OltDltLV.
1'iTjiilcnt Cairo IUJIctln Comany.
rho People's Remedy.
Tho Universal Fain Ext notor.
Not: Aikfor Pond' Extract.
Tako no other.
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.Injuries to Man or Ji.n.n,
Slrnln, J-jiralns Contu
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!l"rnrlnrN, cuts. Went-
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iHIrnlhiK I.iiiium, or
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I Diarrhea, Iyi"-nti.ry.
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(irarel anil Mrninnii-v-
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Ill LtilLlXAL CriiH and lluulonn, dial-
I il or Sore fwt.
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II -lon or Whltluw, Krost-
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all DrtiKKlotii, lliynl(-Inn, uud vwry
oily who liitH -ti-r imd It.
I'n in pli let containing III. lory aud Vkh mail,
ml free on iiiillcntloii, If not loundatiour
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
Xvw York mill I.oiiiIiiii.
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STREE'l
Between Wuthinnton and Oommtrcial
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION;
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The HOWE (Machine
Will stand a test of Strength of Ma
chinerythat no other Machino will. Call
and see and be eonvincod that this is
the best now in tho Market.
Tht Howe Maoh.in Co.
Agency For Southern Illinoiw.
D. F. BENNETT, Manager.
LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
OlTmil for Sali- ut
Croat Reduction in Frioesj
Prints, Bleaohed Muslins,
Table Linens, Percales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
I.TfL-r SlnrL of Whltn Ooodn. Vletorla Lawm. Swlaa Maraallos. uikI a Larifu Stoek
AIUUUUB. I lO nut. til 1 . ml ... IU,
nil lit-convlnrKlorurt-.il liargaluj ' tkjims mi.ii ii.i v-.i.iii.
Corner Sighth St. and Commercial Av
II KM I -
PAINT AND OIL DEAIM.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OT
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOODS,
HTlTtfl . .If. a r-m
"A juuw CO. JUJli'IiUlAIi, WXXSJLIUVV UliAMO,
Kanllclt cprrwpoiideiirp ami onlcr from I)nixitl-tt, I'liyilclana ami fi
"..P'01,1," ',' "."r tnanilrat, I'lantiition uml I'umlly Jli-llclnc C
Willi rcHaMe UniKnat n-nionnlilu rates.
WHOLESALE St RETAIL. f! ATRfk UET AIL FRESCRITIO
74 Ohio Tvan '1
v O.tj.uDR.fiTATB & MONnUliUI&
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
p a 2.
7 2 a
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COLLIER WHITE LEAD,
nicral Storr In wan
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