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R. SMITH, M. D.
Offlce and Residence :
JfO. 21 THIKTEENTll 8TUEET, CAIRO, ILL
W. mNNING, M.D.
Office and Residence :
OFFICK N. W. cor. Sixth at., near Ohio Lcto.
KESIDKNCK Corner Walnut and Mntn atrecta.
J)R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornci-t.Ni). 136 Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
n. w. C. JOCELYN,
OKFICE-Eluhlb Street, near Commercial Avenue.
OFFICE Ohio Levee, bet. Fourth and Sixth (t.
JINEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFH'E No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
STEAM 111) ATS.
' St. Louis. Cairo ami Padih'tth racket
SrLEXIlID.SIDEWHEEr, FREIrtirr AND TAS.
JOHN LEAMEN -..
Leave Cairo every Wednesday at 3p.m.
Learef Cairo every Thursday at p.m. for St.
Kor freight or palace apply on Hallldey 4 Phillips'
wharf boat, or to JAMES MOOS, A-nt.
bti, Ohio Levee.
For Columbus, Hickman and New Madrid
JOSEPH AM BROS Master.
LEAVES CAIllO EVERY
TUESDAYTHURSDAY and SATURDAY
For frelsht or passage apply on Halllday Thil
lips' Wharf boat, or to .
' JAMES BIGGS. Agent.
56 Ohio Levee.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
-TT4 FERHYDOAT sTTf
Foot Fourth at
S a. m.
Hi a. m.
S p. m.
4 b. m
Mtmwiiri Land'g. Kentucky Ldg.
S:10 a. m.
10:i a. m.
V a. ro.
ft p. m.
5 p. m.
We are authorized to announce Geo. W, Sara
tnoui as a Candidate for County Commissioner oi
Alexander county at the ensuing November election
"Wc are authorized to anuoiince Win. J. Mul
ford aa a candidate for County Commissioner of
Alexander county, subject to the decision of the
people at tin election In November next.
J.tr'VVc are authorized to announce tho name of
Samuel lirlley of llazlewood as a Candidate for
County Commissioner of Alexander couuty at tho
ensuing November election.
fjyWe are authorized to announce John Ilodees
as a candidate for Sherlfl'of Alexander county at the
ensuing November election.
fir"We are authorized to announce II. C. LOI'.
LIN as a caudldalu for Sheriff of Alexuuder county,
aubject to the declslou of the people at tho election
In November next. . & '.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Moruiiiff Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY AM) Col XT Y
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CAIllO, III., Kept. S, "HTfi. f
Wind. Vel. Weather
2 p m. W.tfl
Maximum Thermometer, s.1; Minimum fher,
Oiomeler, ' j Rainfall, U.IW Inch.
W. II. HAY.
Herij't Slumil Corps, U. 8. A.
Don't forget to pay your Gas 1 tills to-day,
und get the discount.
Reserved Skats can now bo liad for K.
M. K. C. entertainment.
IIariiy Walker w HI rtm un oyster wagon,
-delivering oysters h any part of tho eily.
Orders by po.tul card wilt receive prompt
Notice to Suiitkrs. The city of St.
Louis has quarantined ugninst the delivery
of freights coming from the states of Ton
uesscoc, Mississippi and Louisiana, as well
on from Cairo proper. In order to insure
delivery at St. Louis, the shipper must fur
nish u certilleali; ttitit the freight is not from
ony of the states named, nor from any In
fected district, Shinncr will u
ern themselves accordingly.
James Johnson, Su.
Caiuo, Ills., Sept. n, into.
Volcstlkiis Wa.ntkd.-A11 good, reliu
bio citizens who are willing In case of
necessity to guard tho health of the
city, that cau bo relied upon to turn out
when called upon, promptly, t.it,r ),y tlty
or night, are requested to call at the mayor's
o 111 re und enroll themselves und he sworn
in as special policemen, under a resolution
of the city council grunting the authority
to the mayor to to d .
Hkniiv Wintlr, Mayor,
ABOUT THE &TY.
Mr. R. II. Ctinniulinm lias returned
from Capo Slay. ,
The departures on tho outgoing trains
lust night wero largo,
Mr. Miles F. Gilbert left for Chicago
yesterday to meet his wife, who is on iter
The circuit court, Judgo Harkcr pre
siding, is still engaged in tho trial of crimi
nal cases. So far thero lias been no case of
unusual public interest.
Mr. John Q. Ilannan le vcs to-morrow
for Juckson county to circulate among ids
Democratic and Republican friends there.
Mr. II. makes friends for tho whole Demo
cratic ticket wherever ho goes.
Mr. II. lloupt leaves for Carbondalo to
be present at tho Greenback meeting to bo I
addressed by Gen. Bates at that point to
day. The general will speak at Jouesboro
to-morrow, and in this city on Monday night
- It is currently reported that fishermen
on tho other side of tho river are doing a
land office business in transporting passengers
to this side of the riverduring the dark hou,r?
of night, and in violation of the quarantine
One feature of the Hickman scare is
that it banished for tho time being all
rumored cases out of this city. The sensation-mongers
canuot supply Hickman and
Cairo with terror doses nt the same
time. It is snd.
A grand prize ball for the benefit of
the sufferers from yellow fever at Memphis,
will be held at Stokes' hall, Mound City,
this (Thursday) evening. A pleasant time
is anticipated, and we understand that a
number of our young people have deter
mined to lie present.
Father Lame, who has undergone a very
severe spell of sickness, was upon the
streets yesterday, and received the congrat
ulations of many friends upon his recovery.
Mr. Lame has passed his seventieth year,
and only a wonderful physique such as' he
possesses, could have borne the strain put
Mr. Pink, treasurer of the committee
to whom has been entrusted the distribu
tion of Cairo's donations to the sufferers,
informs us that contributions are still be
ing made and that a full report of the
work of the ward committees will shortly
be prepared and given to the public.
Neither Vicksburg nor Memphis have yet
availed themselves of the offer of Col. Wood
to draw on the committee for $100 each at
Mr. f. P. Walsh, feels the importance
that attaches to the f itherof a twelve pound
boy, which lias leeu unanimously voted by
its patents, relatives, nurse and doctor to be
tlii? fintat production in its lino that Cairo
has ever been blessed with. The sight of it
even inspires its venerable grandfather,
Capt. James Johnson, with something of
the friskiness and gayety of youth, and he
is justly proud of this latest addition to
At its meeting on Tuesday night the
board of health empowered Health Officer
Summerwell to employ additional force
in his sanitary work about the city. It also
instruc ted the proper officers to take charge
of all the skill's along our levers.nndissued a
new regulation requiring all trains before
coming into the city to be inspected. All
passengers and freight from the infected
districts have been interdicted from coming
into or passing through tho city.
Mr. Hugh Barclay, father of Messrs.
P. W. Barclay and James Barclay, of this
city, died at his home in Russellville, Ky.,
yesterday morning at one o'clock. Mr.
Barclay had lived beyond the allotted three
score and ten, and although his death was
not unexpected, yet the news brought sad
ness to his relatives and to a large circle of
friends and acquaintances in this city. Mr.
P. W. Barclay was in Russellville and at
tended his father iii his last hours. .
Ono of the saddest features of the
plague is the fate that has overtaken the gal
lant little town of Holly Springs. At last
reports a fever was spreading there.
Capt. Strode who is disbursing tho fund
raised for tho sufferers among the
attaches of tho City National bank, tho Hal
liday & Phillips' wharf-boat, and tho differ
ent interests of tho Halliday Brothers, in
forms us that ho intends to send at once a
good share of the sum raised to this bravo
little community, and everybody will ap
plaud tho sentiments and judgment that
The following bankruptcy cases In tho
Eighteenth district have lately been com
menced, and referred to John Q. Haniian,
register: Corlis & Rankin, Cairo und
Metropolis; first meeting of creditors for
tho appointment of an assignee to bo held
on the Oth inst., at the office of Register
Ilannan. Win, Wctzoll, Vienna; adjudica
tion August 3d, 18?8; Morris Dinklespeel,
Metropolis, adjudication August !M, 1SJ7N;
YVllcy. Lipe, Du Quoin, set for hearing Sep
tember 10, 1878; John R. Lukins, Metrop
oils, set for hearing September 10, 1S7H;
Edwin 8. Russell, Mt.CarnH, Jhiuuo order;
Phillip V. Field, Golconda, same order.
All of tho abovo aro voluntary petitions.
James W. Vinyard, of Golconda, was lately
adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition,
und Oeorgo Fisher appointed assignee.
Tho now Hibernian engine house has
been completed and, as it stands, Is un
equalled by any house in tho state outside
, of Chicago for its purposes. It was the
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY' MOKMaU, EPl EMBER 5, 1S7S,
aim cf the building committee to have, first
of all things, a substantial structure, und in
this no one who lias inspected tho building
will deny that they lmvo been
successful. The front is constructed
of hydraulic pressed brick, imported hero
for tho purpose, and tho laying of it is a
splendid piece of workmanship, Thero
cau lie no belter. Indeed the builders
have carried out the original design in all
respects to tho letter, nn,d thero can bo no
flaw picked in tho work anywhere. Tho
belfry is a model of neatness and good
taste, and altogether tho building is a credit
to the town and worthy in every way of a
company that is unexcelled for tho effi
ciency of its sen-Ice to .the public. The
Hibernians have every reason to feel good
in their new homo.
Tne people who say "milk" fever exists
only after frost are badly mistaken. It ex
ists as well during extended periods of
drouths luring just such a s -ason as tho
present has proved to be. The whole subject
of limilk" fever was thoroughly discussed
years ago betorc the Kentucky State Medi
cal association, and one of tho theories ad
vanced thero and which was sustained by
strong evidence, was that poison exists in
tho waters of the belt of hills which cxt-nd
along the borders of southwestern Ken
tucky, and that this water is fatal to hit
mans, cattle, horses and dogs. Even the
flesh of cattle impregnated with the poison
has been known to kill humans at Hick
man, and this four weeks before frost puts
in an appearance. We do not contend that
the disease at Hickman is the "milk" fever,
although its malignancy would make it
probable, but we do maintaiii that it is not
yellow fever, on authority of soma people
there who have written to friends here, and
who seem not to have been seared entirely
out of their senses.
THE HICKMAN SCARE QltOWINO ItEAUTIFl'Ll.T
LESS AND 'SMAM.EU DY DEilftEKS THE
COI.CMBfS STOKV A I.IK MAN I' FACT C li V. I )
OCT OF THE WHOLE CLOTH A DAY OF
' The story that there were three cases
at the hospital yesterday is without the
slightest foundation in fact, and it was
throttled before it had time to travel far.
Nothing that cau be said will entirely
undo the work of tho sensation-mongers,
for it is said that a lie will travel a league
while truth is putting its boots on, but we
repent what every man, woman and child in
this community ought to know to be a fact
there is no fever here of any kind to speak
of yellow, bilious or otherwise. Our
country friends can rely on this as being
A gentleman who came to town yester
day, says that along the line of the Narrow
Gauge road it is currently reported that si.
and seven deaths occur daily in Cairo, and
thattlo citizjus keep it quiet by going out
musque, !n the solemn stillness of the
night, just as the moon is paying its last
devoirs to earth, and planting whatever of
its departed worth is ready for the services
of an undertaker. It is strange, that such
silly stuff ns this finds credence uniong
sensible people, but it is unfortunately too
--The reports concerning the fever at
Columbus created a lively breeze for a
wh'le, until it was found that they were ut
terly destitute of truth. Tin; Sun gave cur
rency to these reports, although a denial
of them was beii'g freely
circulated at the time. But
it probably had expended all its enterpiiso
in snatching up every groundless tumor,
and had none left for tho other side of tho
question. A half doz -n telegrams from
Columbus are alike in saying that not only
was there no fever there, but tho town was
never known to be healthier.
In all probabilty the rumor will be on
the street to-day that tho fever has broken
out at Bird's Point, and it is as well per
i ... .. . . .. . . i -
naps to tiiKc uiuo ny tne lore kick ana ex
pose the canard in advance. There has
been one death across tho river, but it was
from exposure superinduced by a congestive
emu. mere is another case ot chills
in the neighborhood, aud that
is all the sickness known
to exist there. It was seriously asserted
over there by un nlaimed person yesterday
that when tho doctors run across a case of
yellow fever they administer a doso that
Bottles both tho patient and tho disease, and
that this was done to get the case under
ground and out of the way as soon as possi
ble. That fellow ought1 to corno oer here
and secure a position on tho twilight organ
of tho btilld-izers tho fellows who will
have the fever hero whether it comes or not.
Mr. Matt. Fulton told us last night
that he had telegraphed to his father at
Hickman yesterday morning about 10
o'clock, and had waited unxiotisly for a
reply all day, but !,i vain. His experience
was the experience of all others who at
tempted to get information from there over
tin wires, and tho stories published and
current on the streets to tho effect that news
had been received from there any news of
any kind wero pure Inventions to frighten
tho weak and timid. Thero was absolutely
no reliable Information received in thiscity
from Hickman yesterday, and the silence
thero Is unaccountable. Some, attributed
i to a desire on the part of tho authorities
to await a decision from Dr. Blackburn
before heralding to tho world the
nature of tho disease; while others con
tended that tho whole thing was tho result
of fright produced by a sickness that under
I ordinary circumstances would havo excited
no fear or alarm, and that if it was as bad
as first represented, or if it wus growing
worse, tho fact would certainly be given to
the world. At all events the rumors pub
lished and in circulation wero made out of
the whole cloth, as thero was no information
of any khid .received' lere yesterday upon
which to baso a cport.
Tl.'o bjsy tongues t'ut w.13 on'y to
pnxluco mischief had finemateiial 'n what
wits spoken of all tho atierooon yesterday
rs the "Hawk'ns cise." It wus put this
way by ono p.i' y: M. BiUy Uawkins'
biothe', Ceorge, hrd iuu tho blockade tvo
days ngo. Ho was just from Memphis., was
sccotcd in tho house, und tho ni;;ht before
had died of an aggravated case of fever.
IIo was buried in tho stillness of the night.
An.'hher scoiy had it that it was Mis. Simp
son, a sister of Mr. Huwkius, thai had it,
and was lying at tho point of
death She was also but a
few days from tho irfected distr'ec. These
storiis doubtless had their origin the fact
that a physician was cal'ed 'n to see Mrs.
Simpson, Tuesday evening, who had been
suffering with the chills, but is row fully
convalescent. Mrs. Simpson has not been'
south of Cairo for over thirL t'ays. Mr.
Geo. lluwk'Ms K i't Memphis about fifteen
days ago, and has been 'n the vic'uUy of
Jouesboro ever sirce. This stoiy had not
run its coti'so at a late hour last night.
THE NEW COUNTY COMMITTEE.
MEITINO YESTERDAY MOHNINO NO NOMI
NATIONS TO UK MADE FOR COUNTY OFFICES.
The new Democratic central committee
of Alexander county met at the office of
John Q. Hannan yesterday, aud organized
by electing Mr. Thus. Wilson chairman,
B. F. Blake secretary, and Herman Meyers
An executive committee, consisting of
one from each precinct in the county, was
appointed, consisting of the followicg gen
South Cairo John H. Gorssmun.
North Cairo Welton W. Wright.
Dog Tooth N. W. Hunsaker.
Goose Island O. Greenlee.
Santa Fee William Woods.
Thebts Norman Gale.
Clear Creek Dr. Finney.
llazlewood James E. MeCrite.
Unity D. D. C. Ilargis.
A resolution was unanimously adopted
deeming it inexpedient to nomiuatu a county
ticket for the fall election.
Ways and means were provided for a more
thorough organization of the party in the
' Adjourned to meet at the c ill of tho
chairman or secretary.
I S TE RESTING REVELATIONS
CONCLl'.N NO TllJi ACTION OF C.'I O OFH
CIAI.S MAI'S".' OK.' C.V, OF 1'ADv.TAH, ON
OLlt CHIEF OF I'Ol 'I E AND M YO :.
We lind ile follow in the PinU'eah
Sun of Tuesday mo' ning last :
The C'aiiio Li i.tTiN of F-iduy says of
course Mayor Winter or the offices ice not
to blame in the matter ei'e:i;''g o the
FiriftHker csf ipade. It' si.cs a''nat
thero is aiin'her letter, : d iimonds, $l.jO,
d irlii'g KUa.'' etc. which imojlcati's oi'ie's
besides Karnbi'!., r 'n ll'ecrooW.iHe-M. 'J uat
Icier, the Sun is "d'onii:.!1, lus Iwen des
troyed; but io show the s.le n wl-ich
eena:u juries in Cairo do busoi ss, wo
publish he fjilowiicj letter fiom 1 1 1 chief
of police 'n that city:
C'amo, III., March 10, 1STS.
Jumes (lenry, Esq., Chief I'ollie Moishii':
Your dispatch ;n regard to mules nnd
thieves received at noon to day. The pur
iii s cumo here on feny before I pceiwd
dispatch. I heard of them. I mounted,
myself and Hogau, and a.ter 4 or 5 hoir's
hunt round them. I have the men in jsd
ami the mules at a lively stable. Now,
Goaty, if tho owner of these mules is not a
friend of yours, let him offer a reasonable
reward for mii'cs and thieves which !s no
more than rightand we will consider you
in. I want you to get your w hack out of
it. .Send a dispatch when you will be at'icr
thciiw Yours truly, C. D. Alter,
" It may be also well to state that Marshal
Geary, Alien he received the above rascally
proposition, at once sent a coniHcd copy of
tho letter to Mayor Winter. He says ho
has been to the post office daily since that
rime last March and has got no reply
yet. Probably the post office department
is to blame.
Tuesday the Sun will tell how Arter got
173 reward for an escaped conict under
false pretenses. The common council "of
Cairo, if it chooses, can find lots of 'ntor
esting matter besides what "darling Kilu"
knows. They aro a nice crowd down there,
for a fact.
It may be The Bulletin will stigmatize
this as another "Puducah lie."
Tho letter of Chief-of-Police Arter spraks
for itself. It is for that gentleman to either
deny;: or affirm its genuineness.. If Mayor
Winter received tho letter referred to by
MarsJiiil.Gonry it was his duty to ut tho.
time have susiended the officer and laid
tho charges before tho council, und from
tho fact that neither of those things were
done, wo will have to await further proof
that such a letter was cither sent or re
ceived. In the meantime hero are specific
acts charged upon tho authority of an offi
cial of a neighboring city against two offi
cers of our city government. Thu charges
aro either false or true. If false it is duo
to tho credit of the city, no less
than to tho gentlemen implicated,
that they bo disprove!), and tho ac
cusers exposed. If true, tho ordinances of
tho city provide a remedy lor the protection
of our people and thu punishment of tho
guilty. Mayor Winter and Chief-of-Police
After owo it to themselves to meet Geary's
charges, and to demand of the council a
thorough investigation of them.
Tickets can be hud to-day for K. M. K.
C. entertainment. See notice.
Another Fat Man Redlcicd. II. A.
Kufus, deuler in dry-goods, Woodhull, 111.
writes Botanic Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. Y.,
Juno 22d, 1878: "Oentlenien Pleaso find
inclosed f 3.00, for which send mo by ex
press, Anti-Fat. I havo taken ono bottle
und lost five and ono-quarter pounds. '
REAL ESTATE A NO HIJILDIN08.
Lot 10, Block 2, Second Addition, at 3
o'clock, Thursday afternoon, September 5th,
1878, on Tenth at, vet, beUvcen Cedar street
and Jeffersin avenue. Title guaranteed
and sale positive. Terms cash.
Tom W.m'ER, Auctioneer.
Oystei's. Harry Walker receives in
good order daily by express tho best Select
Baltimore Oysters, which he is ready to
servo in any s.le day or night. Ho will
ulso dispose of them by the can at the low
est prices. Do not fail to call at tho Crystal
For Rent. Cottage on Tenth
between Washington and Wulnut.
The Cairo City Coal company can sell
better coal cheaper than anylioily for three
sound reasons: It mines its own coal from
its own mines; it pays no royalty; and it
can and does luud it at Cairo ut Ixittoin
transNrtation prices. Ti.eso facts enable
it to do just what it says it will do. Parties
in Cairo, therefore, can purchase 10 bushels,
or one ton, or ten tons ut the same figure
that 100 tons can be bought. And tho
prudent housekeeper knows that now is the
time to prepare for the cold weather coming
and lay in a supply of cheap ciniI.
Wood and Coal.- Seasoned wood, Hick
ory, Oak and Ash, at $:i per cord during
September. Paradise and Big Muddy Coal.
Orders taken forfait delivery at, if 'J 73 for 1
ton; f. 03 per ton for 2 tons; $2 .V) per
ton for tl or more.
('. W. Wheeler & Co.
Tickets for the enterta'nmeut toW given
under the auspicics of the K. M. K. C. in
behalf of the yellow fever sufferers of the
South, cau be procured at the following
places: Barclay Brs., Li'Vce andWashing
ington avenue drug stores, Paul G Schuh's,
Geo. O'Hara's, Frank I leley's drug stores,
Paul H. Schuh's cigar store, Planters
House, Dan'l Hartmau's nnd Pyutt & Co.'s
book bindi'ry. Minimum price of tickets,
.lOcts. Purchasers of ilckets can pay as
much as they desire, and those paying $1.00
or more for each ticket, will please put
their names on the subscription list, which
will he placed at the above named plu-es,
which will entitle the holdeVs to reserved
Coal. The Cairo Ci.y foul Company is
now delivering Coal at tho following low
p'ices: Pittsburg Lump, 12Jc per bushel;
Paradise Lump, (2 23 per ton, and Paradise
Nut, $2 00 per ton. Anthracite (all sizes),
and o'her Coals, v.-ry cheap.
II we you tickets to the K. M. K. ('.
entertainment .' If not, be sine end get
Wanted. Tivo log teams at Dug-IP'l
saw mill, West Jouesboro. Address J.
Barclay, box 117, Jouesboro, III.
Smokers, if you wish a line "Key West"
or "Imported"' cigar, call lit Korsmeyer's
cigar store. It is the only place in the eily
almost daily in receipt of fresh goods,
See where you can procure
K. M. K. C. entertainment.
Choice Bacon, Hams, Sides and Shoulders.
Dry Salt Shoulders and Sides, Tierce,
Keg and Bucket Lard, Breakfast Bacon,
etc., etc., all in good stock and for sale at
lowest market price. W. P. Wrioht,
Nos. 70 and 71 Ohio Levee
Bk sure ,ind buy a ticket for K. M. K.
entertainment, for it is for a good cause.
Fesii Oysters, just received at M. W
Parker's, Winter's block, Commercial
For Rent. The Cuhl property, on
Holbrook avenue, corner of Twenty-third
street. Apply to
A. P. SciinoF.DK.n, Agent.
Qi'Kuy .Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bro's
"Seal ol rth Carolina at tho same price f
For Rent. No. 0, Winter's Row, nd
store room in Winter's block.
M. J. Howlev, Agt.
Better procuro your tickets for K. M. K.
C. entertainment now, so as to avoid the
Does the World Move? The Rev.
John Jasper, of Virginia, says, "Do sun do
move, for in do mornin' it shines on dis
side oh do lions, whil in do cbenin, on dat
side ob.do hous. Now, of ho don't move,
how com ho dar?" Notwithstanding Mr.
Jasper's logic, wo yet believe the world
moves. When Mr. Jasper's ideas constitut
ed the popular belief, people thought that
to die of small-pox or cholera was simply
fulfilling ono of nature's laws. Now,
through vaccination, small-pox is averted,
while cholera, cholera morbus, dysentery
(tlux), and diarrluea uro' readily cured" b
the use of Dr. Pierce's compound extract ol
Smart-Weed. Does not sifch evidences
tend to Drove that "tho world moves?" As
un external teinedy for cuts, bruises,
sprains, swellings, bites and stings of in
sects, ' the compound extract of Smart
Weed has no equal. Veterinary surgeons
have ulso employed it with marked sue-
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholosalo Dealer in Ice.
ICE BYTHE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
O V TP ICK!
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Obtained for new Inventions, or for Improvement
on old ones; fur medleul or other compounds, tni'k-
mark aijl UOols. caveats. A'siiriiineni, inter
ferenees, ApoVal", ttulu for Inlrlnuements, und
nil cases arising under thu Patent 1jis. prompt
ly alteuded to. liiveiillous Unit liuve been
I? V I Vt 'T i y i''' ortl "y m.
HTjO rAjlIUU tji most eases, be patented by
us. Ilelnu opposite tlio U. H. Patent Denurtiiietit,
and oniwd in I'atent buslnest exclusively, e tun
maku closer nearrrjea, anil secure rnleiils inure
promptly, and with broader claims, than those who
are remote fnun Washington.
I XV V VT( il,s vu,i " """M or ''"a of
liA 1 Jii.1 IVilOyour deUce; we make ex
aminations and aiMse a to patentability, free of
ihuiue. All correspondence alrlclly rontldeullal.
Prices low, and no charge unless Patent Is secured.
Wu refer In Wa!ih:;ton, ( 1 1 m . Postmaster
General 1). M. Key. Key. K. 1). Power, The Herman
American National Hank, to onVlala In the V. S.
I'ateut Office, and to Senators aud ItepreseLtutlvi.s
In Conurc ss: and especially to our clients In en ry
State In the I'nlon aud in Caiiuda. Address
C. A. SNOW cc CO.
Opposite Patent Ofllce, Washington. D. C.
The Cairo Rox and Rasket Co.
WILL ri IINIS1I
Flooring, Siding. Lath. Kte
At the very lowest rate .
Havln? a Heavy Stock of Log on Hand,
We are prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
On the shorten) otlcc.
A SPECIALTY made of STEAMBOAT LI'VUER.
iV We also inaniifaet ure Flit IT.1K IX.M ATEKI ALH
I nu ker, ( uuily. l'uckluii lloxes. Mums. Headings
FOUKK.X COMMISSION MKUCHAXTS.
Ohio Levee and
gMITH, HACK cfe CO.,
NO. 300 DHOAD 8THEKT,
Itospocllully Hollclt Consignments of
PROVISIONS, TRODUCK. GRAIN AND
MERCHAN DISK OlS.N 1SKALL1 ,
rpo which tlicywlll itlvo rnreful and prompt et-
Xteutlou. TUey uru prepared io iniiKe iioerui
mid will tiso their bet omnia for tlv Interests of
those fuvorliiK them with cousIiiuiioum.
lierer. ny permission, in n at"!. iu.i nu
Kiisla; National lixi iu.nok IOxk. of August, Oa,
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