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J II. BRYANT, M. I).
OFFICE: Kighlb and Wahliijjtuu Avenue,
RJSlDKNCKi-Cornt'r Nlnc.tuontb and Waah
y H. MAREAN, M. I).,
Homeopathic Physician und Surgeon.
Office 136 Commercial avenue. Roalilence corner
Fourteenth HI. ana wasttiiiRion avenue, iairo.
y It. SMITH, M. I).
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MO. SI THIRTBRNTH 8TUKKT. CAIRO. ILL
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Through Express Mails via UlinoU Central and
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OK ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Jforuiusr Daily in Southern Illinois.
pOR ALDERMAN FOURTH WARD.
We are authorized to announce L. S. Maiihhau.
a acaudidale for Alderman in I lie Fourth ward to
All the vacancy occasioned by the reKlcnation of
Alderman Foley. Election to be held 6th of May.
DEMOCRATIC MASS CONVENTION.
Tlic Democratic voters of Alexander
County, are requested to meet at the Court
House, in Cairo, Saturday, May 3d, 1879, at
two o'clock p. M., to select delegates to the
Democratic Convention, to be held at Cairo
May Cth, to nominate candidates for Cir
cuit Judge. Let there be a full attendance
from all parts of the county.
B. F. Blake,
Secretary Alexander County Democratic
TUN RH9IDBNCT, OF rETKrt ADAMS.
On Cedar street, between Eighth and
Ninth streets. Leased property lease three
years to run. Taxes, lease, rent and all en
cumbrances' paid. Title rlear and guarran
teed. Sale' at 8 o'clock today, slmrp.
Terms cash and Bale without reserve.
Tom Wintf.r, Auctioneer.
8iunai. Ornee. I
Cairo, 111., April U isif). f
Tune Rar. Ther. Uuiit VVlud. Vul. Weather.
:4t a. ib w.ie
; 11:00" yum
0Up.m J0 27
Maximum Temperature. :ts; Uinluium Tern
.paratnre, H; Rainfall, B.'JO lurlt.
W. H. RAY,
Serg't Signal Corns, I'. S. A.
Dr. H. Wardner was in Cain yester
day. Blank hooks made to order, at Tun
- Mr. Jacob Rig-rip, of Unity, is in the
city, attending Probate Court.
Judge Browning passed through (.'iiiro.
yesterday, on route for Metropolis.
Dr. IUuch, tof the State Board of
Health, arrived in Cairo, yesterday.
Now is the iime to have your maga
zines and music bound, at Tut: Billktis
, We hear it stated that Messrs. Mulkey
and 1it k propose to contest Mr. Foley's
right to the City Clerkship.
Get your memorandum blanks made at
Tue Bulletin Bindery. Book paper, 75
enta per dozen.
Miss Blanche Nicholson, of EvansviUu,
Indiana, arrived in the city, yesterday, on
1 a visit to Miss Joste Taylor.
Some jx-rson entered the room in
Winter'! block ocenpied by Hobt Stewart
and! bis brother, Monday evening, and stole
all the article of Jewelry he or she could
find, even removing the studs fmiu the
shirt bosoms, and the buttonsfromthocurTs.
Thu value of the articles stolen wo did not
It was Butler's branch jewelry (stub
lishmcnt that was destroyed by lire in
Charleston, on Monduv lust, and not Taber
Bro's, as stated yesterday,
. Mr. C. C. Nobles, of the Western Gro
cer ami Trade Journal, is in the city, en
gaged, for the nonce, in writing up a num
ber of our leading business houses. He
leaves, we understand, this evening.
Blackwood's Magazine for April, re
published by the Leonard Scott Publishing
Co., 41 Barclay Street, New York, opened
with the first part of a new story, from
which we may infer that "John Caldignte"
is drawing to a close.
Col. E. M. Lowe, ot Pulaski, a leadini;
Greenbackcr of his county was in Cairo
yesterday. The Colonel harbors n deeply
seateJ hatred of the "rotten Republican
party;" but, reason and plead with him as
we may, we can't persuade him t "full in
love" with the "rebel Democracy."
Another "long-needed and much-felt
want" has been supplied in Peoria, by the
issuance of a penny evening paper, by Mr-
V. T. Dowdall. It is our tnicss that thirty
day's experience will admonish Dowdall
that he misinterpreted the "long-felt waut"
that it was not a one-cent, but a two
cent paper that wns "much-needed."
Dennis J. Foley's majority is thirty -
nino votes, as first stated. In the canvass of
the votes of the First ward a ilguro 9 made
over a figure 8 in the column of 10's was
mistaken for an 8, thus reducing the major
ity to 99. Should anybody contemplate
contesting Foley's election they will find
the additional ten votes quite a "stumbling
It is alleged as a reason for contesting
the election of the Aldermnu-elect of the
Third ward that ha is of Canadian birth,
and has never been naturalized, either in
his own name, or by the naturalization of
his father. We know nothing of the facts
involved only this: If Smith was not
bora in Cairo, he came here a "wee-toddler,"
yet in his baby-hood.
The colored man and woman who pass
ed down Eighth street, last evening, locked
in a very close side embrace, the woman
smoking a pipe and the man chewing to
bacco with extraordinary vit;or were the
observed of all the observers of thnt thor
oughfare. The saucy, indecent couple
were evidently moved in the matter by no
otner purpose than to attract attention.
The man w ho stole Harrington's horse
was seen riding through Mound City about
C o'clock Snnday evpning. It is scarcely
possible that lie will escape uuless he aban
dons the animal. The country people of
Southern Illinois are so well advised con
cerning the ways of horse thieves, that any
attempt this fellow may make to trado or
sell, will be apt to lead to his exposure.
Col. Bob Townes drove up to the door
ol The Bulletin office yesterday, and
didn't alight. Such, at least, is our present
impression. If the impression is a correct
one, the Col. may consider his name stricken
from the list of the "Grand Council of
Ten." If we are mistaken we are ready to
rill up any one ot our numerous forms of
blank apologies, from 1 A. or "the amende
honorable," to C4 Z or "the dirt-eating re
traxit." The Cairo and St. Louis railroad com
pany propose to remove their machine shops
to Murphysboro, provided the citizens of
that place will give a bonus of flOOO.
We obtain this information from the Du
Quo'm Tribune. If the machine shops of
the road are for sale, to the community that
will pay the most money for their presence,
it might be well enough for Cairo to de
termine whether they :irc worth the money
they will cost.
Mr. C. R. Clarke is pulling his large
brick block, near the stone depot, in better
repair. He is inserting windows in the
side thus sccuriug more light and improved
ventillation. Mr. C. has a large amount
of money invested in Cairo property; but
has not realized as largely from his invest
ment as he expected. He is always hope
ful, however - closes his eyes upon the past,
and looks confidently to the future to set
everything to rights,
About sixty couple, lntaslly Cairo, peo
ple, participated in the dance on the
steamer Halliday, and they all agree lut
they were uever so handsomely treated, or
enjoyed themselves better in all their lives.
The supper was lujuntiftil, elegantly
spread and generously served' to all who
would partake, without money or price.
Capt. Gould is manifestly determined that
the name of the W. V. Halliday shall be a
cherished household word in Cairo.
-loo Brankle is about the streets a-niin;
but presents evidence, in his person, of hav
ing passed a terrible ordeal, lie wits at
tacked several months ii-ro with rliemnn-
tisui, wo believe. Suffering from that
cause a month or two, ho took on, as an ad
ditional torture, a severe case of erysipelas.
From this combination lie Buffered, for
many weeks, the tortures of the damned.
Should he avoid nnduc exposure, ovcr-cxer-cisu,
etc., he will soon be a sound man again.
The announcement of Mr. L. S. Mar
shall's candidacy for aldennanic hontirs in
the Fourth ward wns made in yesterday
morning's Bulletin. "We cannot, we ore
sure, tell the Fourth ward people anything
alniut Mr Marshall that they do not know
already. Last fall, in the race for coroner,
he carried the Fourth ward against the
strongest man ou the Democratic ticket.
CAIRO BULLETIN; "WEDNESDAY MoilMMrT APRIL 23. lSTof
If he runs equally well on the Oth proximo
he will certainly bo hard to beat. Ho is an
industrious mechanic, ami would, as a
member of the council, always array him
self on the side of temperance, morality,
and good order, and whosoever would do
less would fail of his duly.
The Illinois Central railroad company
is building "an elegant passenger depot
near Lake park, Chicago, for the accommo
dation of suburban travel." We were
about to say if the passenger interests of
Cairo were as well served as those of Chi
cago, we should have here a magnificent
$.10,000 depot ; but reflecting that if we
complain we may drive the terminus of the
road elsewhere, wc gulp down the thought,
to corrode in memory.
The Delta City loys have their engine
in excellent trim, and are trailingtheir coat
tails in front of all the other engine houses
in the city, in the hope that a Rough, Hi
bernian or Arab will step on 'cm. They
feel great confidence in their ability to
hoist a stream of water further than any
other compauy iu the city not because
they have the most muscular and best
trained crew of men; but because they have
the best engine. Can't the Roughs or Hi
bernians take the conceit out of the
The Golconda Democrat saya thnt it is
rather early to begin to tulk about the gub
ernatorial race f 1880; but insists that fit'
Illinois is to be reclaimed from the ravages
of tile radicals in 1880 it must he done
with just such a man as the Hon. John H.
Oberly at the head of the state ticket. His
sterling worth and high abilities arc admit
ted on all sides, and while he is not a Bour
bon, his Democracy cannot be questioned.
For our part we are opposed to the R. W.
Townsheud boom. Richard is tloinij very
well in congress and wo rather tavor keep
ing him there."
The mishap on the I. M. & S. H. R.
near Dudley, Mo., last week, was a heart
sickening accident, although it involved
the life of only one man, the engineer. The
engine struck a steer. The engineer seeing
the danger that threatened him, jumped to
the ground. At that instant the tender was
whirled from the track, and falling upon the
engineer, slowiv crushed the life out of
him he calling, in vain, the while, for
some one to kill hint and put him out of
his horrible agony. The particulars of the
sad mishap arc given in the Charleston En
The candidacy of the Hon. John M
Lansdcu, for a seat on the Circuit Bench,
has called out words of unequivocal approv
a), in all parts of the District. Although
recognized as a Democrat, he has held him
self aloof from party entanglements, and
devoted himselt with much zeal and en
ergy to the pursuit ol his profession. That
he will be one of the nominees of the Dem
ocratic convention, is generally conceded;
and that he will in the event of Ins election,
act the part of a learned and upright judge
-please the people, and honor the position,
is not tiu?stioncd by any one who knows
Monroe Prucell, adjudged insane on
Monday, left the city by the narrow-gauge,
yesterday morning, in charge ot special
deputy Sheriff, William II. Schutter, duly
booked for the Insane Asylum at Anna.
The colored lunatic, St. Roma, also adjudg
ed insane on Monday, was taken to the
country in the evening, and was put on
board the train yesterday at Hodges Park.
As the insanity ot ueither of these men is
constitutional or hereditary, it is believed
that the Immune nnd judicious treatment
of the asylum will work a cure within a
few months, and send them home again,
sound alike in mind and body.
A white man who gave his name as
Charles Colemau, visited Poplar street
above and along Thirteenth ami in a loud
and nngry tone of voice hurled curses upon
the heads jf the female rodents of that
locality, as anest of disreputable characters:
and finally stirred up the resentment of
one of the objects of bis wrath to the slic
ing point. Charles was brought before Squire
Robinson, yesterday, to answer the double
charge of using language calculated to pro
voke a breach of the peace, and vagrancy.
On the former he was luted $. and costs.
On the latter $ , ami granted a stay of
execution, that he might "make bimsell
scarce" in this community, which he proba
There is a mortality among the color
ed people of Cairo that is, to say the least
of it, unusual. There is no epidemic dis
eases among them, nor an; they dying from
diseases peculiar to the locality. Yet they
are dropping off, one or more every day.
The last death reported is that of Mary
Key, who lived neur the brickyard and
was quite generally known among people
of her owu color. She died about. I o'clock
yesterday morning, ot consumption, f jultn
destitute when taken down, she wn f
course, wholly destitute when she died,
Her friends were compelled, therefore, to
go upon the streets and solicit donations of
money to pay for burying the body, C'nlls
of this kind are quite numerous; but the
responses seem none the less ready or cheer
ful on that account.
Quito a number of our people dcclure
they will never be happy until they find im
who is to fill the office of Chief -of Police.
Unfortunately for the happiness nf t,.so
gentlemen, nobody can tell. The Mav0e.
elect may have determined in his own mind
whom he intends to appoint; but it may o-.
cur that the appointee will be obnoxious 0
the Council. Such a disagreement js
likely to occur. As the Mayor will be held
responsible for the manner In which
hb laws arc executed, ho should
be accorded the right to choose
bis assistants without hinderance or die
tation. For the position of chief of police
good material is scarce The names of
Capt. W.M. Williams, William McIIale
and Dan McCarthy have been prominently
spoken of, and as the now Mayor should
and no doubt will seek his aids and advis
ors from among his friends and supporters,
it is doubtful whether he could do better
than to select one of the three gentlemen
Mr. Geo. O'llara, was nt Anna at half
past twelve yesterday morning, when the
alarm of fire was eriven. Instantlv the
flames were seen to burst out of a drug store
kept by Mr. Otrioh, and as the town is
without a fire department, the flames swept
on unimpeded. Mr. C. M. Willard's store
and bank; Bohannon's family grocery store,
a millinery and confectionery establishment
and two or three other buildings were entirely-destroyed.
The buildings with the
exception of Willard's, were of wood, and
burned with great rapidity. No correct
estimate of the loss could bo matin; but
parties on the ground claimed that the
loss would reach ut least $40,000, and much
tr the property was said to be uninsured.
The origin of the lire is charged to incen
diarism. A uej;To man from Hodges Park, who
gave himself the name of Frank Irviu, ex
cited himself with 'bad whisky, and then
visiting Twentieth street, between Commer
cial and Poplar, demeaned lamelf in such
a ruffianly ami uproarious manner that he
would have been scalped, but for the cir
cumstance that the men folks were absent
from home. He drew his knife and pranc
ing along the street avowed a purpose- to
supply more corpses than all the undertak
ers in Cairo could get under ground. Offi
cer Hogan being in the neighliorhood lit
down upon Mr. Frank Irwin, and taking
him before Squire Osboin that officer liued
him $13. Having no mom y the culpnt
was sent to the calaboose 13 days, every
day of which he ought to put iu on the
street at hard labor.
If Judge Baker's flection were left to
the determination ot the people of Massac
county, he would sweep everything before
him. The Massac Journal says: "As Cir
cuit Judge for the past eight years, he lias
given entire satisfaction to the people re
gardless of ptrty. As Appellate Judge his
ability placed him in thu front rank, and
we fully cxK.ct he will be one of fortune's
favorites at. the coming election." The Me
tropolis Democrat: "Judge Baker is a
gentleman ot spotless integrity; as a lawyer
no man stands higher, and In the various
positions of Circuit, Appellate and Supreme
Judge ho has reflected honor ujon himself
ami given satisfaction to the people." The
Times says: "His eminent fitness for the
position is clearly show n by his record both
as Circuit and Supreme Judge. It has
been said and truthfully we believe, that
fewer of Judge Baker's decisions have been
reversed by the Supreme Court than any
Circuit Judge iu the State. This reduces
the question of ability to demonstration."
We commend the emmtunication of
Ruslicia to the attention of our business
men as well as to the attention of our city
and county authorities. The iron bridge
across ('ache river should have been in its
place last tall. The contractors made an
excuse that mollified our authorities for a
half year or thereabouts; but making no
move, even at the end of that period, to
carry out their cun tract, the city showed
i-igus of resentment. Acting under this
spell the City Council directed the City
Clerk to notify (he contractor that unlets
they C'.iinmenced work on !he bridge within
twenty ilnys the contract would be held as
forfeited. The tweuly days have passed by
and forty days have been added to them,
and yet, the contractors have given no sign
of a purpose to complete their contract. The
matter is one of great importance to Cairo,
and the new administration should take
prompt and decisive action in the premises.
The work should be iclet.'and the present
contractors be hold to the penalty their
contract imposes. Such dilly-dallying is
The grand social event, of the season,
the marriage of Mr. A. S. Robertson anil
Miss Lucre tia Walbridge, was consummated
at 8 o'clock, last night, in the Church of
the Redeemer, Rector Dillon-Lee, officiat
ing. By half past 7 o'clock every seat in
the tiuilding was occupied, and when the
organ struck up the "voluntary" nil stand
ing room was filled densely packed with
cHger. expectant liuiwmjty. At. the ap
pointed hour the bride Wl groom, with
their respective supports (Miss Ella Will-
bridge to the bride, and Mr. Will Bobbins
to the bridegroom) closely followed by the
brido's parents and several intimate friends,
entered the church, and were assigned
to positions. Then followed the ceremon
ies after the beautiful and most im
presriive forms of the Episcopal
church; and Mr. A. S. Robert
son and Miss Lucretia Walbridge, with
God's blessings invoked upon their heads,
were pronounced husband and wife. Not
feeling equal to a description of the
dresses, which were really elegant and
costly, wo shall leave that matter for such of
our friends as are better skilled than we In
fashion literature. And now while the or
gan in full tone, played a grand and on
thusintf march the bridal party passed
frcn the church, tw carriago Iu waiting to
NEVER? HAiEDLY EVER!
Is the exclamation of all who examine the splendid
And learn the Marvelouslv Lov Prices on everything
'Hod notion iSTo. 1 .
Flauuol Suits 8 30
Men's Middlesex Suits (warranted)
Men Scotch Cheviot
And all other ?ood.s
convey them to the home of the bride's par
ents. By the 3 o'clock train this morning
Mr. and Mrs. Robertsou left on a bridal
tour to Chicago and other points north,
where they will spend a few days and then
return to Cairo, and. we suppose
settle down into the solid realities
of married life. That it may be a happy
prosperous life is the sincere wish of a
great multitude of friends, among whom
TnE Bulletin desires to be numbered.
"My Latest Experience" describes the
treatment or "cure" prescribed at the Baths
of Knghicm, not far from Paris. "Hamlet."
This is a long dissertion on the Hamlet of
Shakespeare and that of Mr. Irving. The
writer gives his own idea of the character,
and shows the points of difference between
it and Mr. Irving's rendcriag of the part.
The article on Contemporary Literature this
mouth explains the difficulties encountered
iu writing biographies, adding brief noticesof
some of the latest of such works; It also
treats of liooks of travel and their increas
ing value as they become less sensational
and more correct. The concluding article
of an unusually good number considers
"the character and imtort of the present
depression of trade regarded from a com
mercial aud national" as well as a political
point of view. The periodicals printed by
the Leonard Scott Publishing Company.
(41 Barclay street, N. Y.) are'as follows:
The London Quarterly, Edinburg, West
minster, a:id British Quarterly Reviews,
and Blackwood's Magaziue. Price, $4 a
year for any one, or only $13 for all, and
the postage is prepaid by the publishers.
By Mr. Higgins who came over from
Missouri yesterday evening we learned the
particulars of the drowning of Mr. John
Tanner's little boy, Johnuie. In company
with a playmate, Johnny, who was about
seven years of age, repaired to the river to
catch tish. They had been fishing some time
when, f about 4 p. m.) they concluded
to wade in the edge of the water to look
for bait. For the distance of a yard or
two from shore the water was Very shallow,
then came a perpendicular set-off of fifteen
or twenty feet. Little Johnny stepped over
this set-ofl" and went down. His compan
ion saw him; but was powerless to help.
The outcries given failed to bring assis
tance and the little fellow finally disappear
ed to rise no more. The sad intelligence
was communicated to the father and moth
er, and almost crazed them. The
neighbors hearing of the sad occurrence
repaired to the spot, and at once commenced
a 3ctirch for the bod v. When Mr. Higgins
left it had not been recovered. The sor
row of the parents is said to have been
most intense, both of thorn giving way to
paroxysms of grief that moved the sympa
thies of the most hardened spectators.
A colon is tiatu; Vs effort to rid the sys
tem of w:isti! matter. Assist nature, then,
by using Dr. Bull's Co'tgh Syrup. Price,
23 cents a bottle.
IKIN. U.S. YUCLM. JUIMJK, rumiDi.No.
HKCONI) DAlf, APRIL TKP.M.
Inventory and sale bill in the estate ol
William T. IW-rwart, deceased, approved.
Inventory and appraisement bill in the
estate of William M. Atherton, deceased,
approved, and sale of personal estate or
dered. Report of Soveiv M.irchildon, guardian of
Isabella Walker, minor heir of Reiibeu,
Walker deceased, approved and the guar
Final report ot Caroline K. Walker, ad
ministratrix ot the rt,vp ol VVil
lsracken, ilcceaseil, approved, and
Report of Richard A.F.dmondscm, admin
istrator of the estate of J tines H. I'pchurch,
Foil Fiiist Class day board for $1 $.00
per month, go to the Planters House.
"OH I WHAT a ifvrr
Put it aside then, and call on Marx,
the widely known Hatter und Clothier, and
get one of bis stylish Broadway Silk Hats,
manufactured to order. He Is the ouly
man iu Dip city who is supplied with a
contonnitor. He can take your measure,
and in short order supply you with a nicely
fitting, stylish hat, at a figure so low that it
will surprise you.
w - . - - n
to Suit the Times.
J. ALAJIX, Ol. Ohio I.evt r.
A. IIai.ley, the Commercial avenue Hird
ware merchant, invites attention to his
large and varied stock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery ami fancy goods. His cook stoves
arc among the latest and best patterns amf
are not excelled as bakers by anything iu
the market; they are of the heaviest imk.;
and will last longer and use less fuel than
any other. Sold so close ns to make it sji
object to call and examine. Breech load
ing Shot-guns. Fishing Tackle etc., and
everything else low to suit the times
A NEW CANDIDATE
For popular favor is the elegant and u:i
approachable tie Joinville scarf, to be found
in Cairo only at A. Marx's. It is a thint
ot beauty and strictly stylish.
Lokillakd's Tin Tag smoking tobacco
in cighth. fourth, half and pound package.
Also Lorillsrd's Nicklo Nuggets and Dkim
Nuggets, for sale at F. h'orsnicyer's at I'm
IMPORTANT TO MEAT C0XSUMF&.
M. II. McCanimon, of Metropolis, hss
jnst opened a first-class butcher shop at the
comer of Nineteenth und poplar street,
where you can buy the best beef in th
market for 8 cents per pound, C. O. D
Pork, 6,l4 cents; bacon, 8 cents; sausaf,
three pounds for 23 cents. All are invited
to call and give him a trial. Meat delivered
when ordered. Satisfaction guaranteed.
First class cut cards at the Bulletin
office at St. Louis wholesale prices. Print -ing
$1.00 to 1.50 per thousand.
HORSE AND Bl tJCY WANTKD
Or good addle horae, munt b.-desd rbeari. lairiir
at Dick Kiu a naloon, in front of Court II o:i-
Ilore boarded !; I i
GOOD no im;
I V-otl Stable.
eek at raionstl ri:
1 AND BIGGIES
ti:u., . (ive me a rail
At prieef to suit t
MlTlU, AID SOCIETY.
SUBnTITUTK FOR LIFE INSUR
Mutual Aid Socikty
Unlimited July Uth, 1377, Under the Law if
tlie State of Illinois. Copyrighted .luty
, 1877, under Art of Congcra.
WILLIAM STliATTON. I'K:tKvr
M:t. P. A. TAYLOR.
J. A. (iOLDSTINE,
lis. J. J. IcORDON,
Man. Am i-m.
JHKRO Or MASAOe.rts:
,r.,l, t.OKDOV, Plosiciall ( Ir... Ilu
Mrs. P. A. TAYLOR, MiperiinenUout of
Nehmls, Alexander ( ount
Mm. K.C. KOKIi, Variety llr'aeket More. -
J. A. (iOLDVI'ISK. of (.oldstiiiH A Itu-
Hcuwater, V hnlesule ami Helail Healers
Iu lmile ami )':iucv Ilrv limiils .
N. B. THISTLKWOOD'. of lliiiklo A
TIiHllewood. I'ouimifKlon Merchants,
Cotton nud Toliareo Factors .
S. I). AYHRS. of Avers Jt Co.. Comml.
Mini Merchants ..
THOMAS I.KVVLS, Insurance Manager
nnd Attomev at Law .
WM. STRATTON.of titration fc llird.
Wholesale (irocem u
OKO. M. ALUKN, Coiumlnpitm Mer
chant, 78 Ohio Levee t
JAM. S. RKARDKN, Agent M!iiiippi
Valley Transportation Company u
HARRISON UOl'lT, Watchmaker and
CHAS. R. STUART, Wholeaalu aud Re
tail Dry Uoods anil Notion
KOWARD A. DCOICR. MiiMliiotarln5
Jeweler aud Wholesale Dealer in
Watchmaker' Tools aud Maleriul i,
EDWIN R. KUNKW, Proprietor St
Charles Hotel ,.
HAZKN LBIGHTON, Commission Mcr
eliant Dr. HOWARD R, HOE. I'. H. Marshai
Mm. n. A. Al KKS I'm. ltiH..,,
Vis"' VK VKfV?, HrT : i,.j
.IAS. M. UhLAlT, Real Kstutt
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