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THE DAILY OAIUO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1581.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OfActi Bulletin BoUdlnjt, Washlngtoa Aveuu
MNTKHED AT Till POST OFFICE IN CAIRO, IV
LIK013, AS KCOKD-CLABS MATTIH.
official paper or crnr and count?
LOCAL WEATHER KKPOKT.
Oaibo, III.. July 13, IH81
Thar Hum. Wind. V1 Wither
p. Ill W.W
Matunmn Temperature. 1)TJ
p -rntur. So : KMn OOU irc.icf .
Kiwr,aofselOiac.ho. Fall, M Incher
Seru't Signal Corua, U. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticea In thin column, eight centt per Una for
ftmt Ave cente nor line eac.heuliaequeut Inter
lion, r or oiio month, 5(1 ceuu per lino.
A copy of Plain FaelB, by Kellog.
three hundred copies sold in Cairo,
head of a family should have one.
at this office.
., - Rooiim for Rent.
Desirable furnished rooms, one for slecj
in and two for house-keeping.
Mils. STANfiKBV, Tenth fit.
The Great TripleX.
"XXX Deer,", the finest malt produc
tion, ever brought to this city, has just been
received in large quantities by Mr. Louis
C. Herbert,- ner.r the corner of Eighth
street and Commercial avenue. The
"tripple X" is superior to any other beer in
the country, is a cool and healthy beaverage,
which, once known, will be preferred to
every other brand. Call at Mr. Herbert's
ad try the "XXX."
Lost and Found Again.
At Avinger fc Tharp's restaurant, Ohio
Levee, next City National bank, 811 euukt
Lkmonade, the most delicious of all sum
mer drinks, is served at all hours. Nothing
can compare with. it. Try it; drink it,
cool, comforted and refreshed.
Millinery I Millinery!
I am compelled to change my location
and, iu view of that fact, am selling out
my fine stock of Hats, trimmed and 1111
tri mined, Notions, Flowers, Feathers and
Plumes, Jewelry and all goods in my line
at cost and many of these articles jjelow
cost. Ladies who do pot think I have bar
gains for them should call and see.
Mrs. 8. Williamson.
A good, steady, honest boy to go in a
tin store and learn the traue. Apply o A.
Ten good men to work at driving piles,
etc., on foundation or bridge piers at inon
roe. La. Waires 12 25 to 13 50. Frvo
transtiortiifion irom Vicksburg to work.
Apply to M. Paxtou & Co., Vicksb'irg.
Rogers & Sccllv, Contractors.
A feather cleaning machine and a quan
tity of sheet music that has been left in
my euro will be sold for money due on
same. CiH on Mrs. L. J. Burns.
Secoud door from St. Patrick's church.
Stock of groceries and fixtures. Call on
or address, Jons II. Lank,
- Caiko, Ills., June 27th.
For Sale Cheap.
Twenty head of fine Texas ponicv. En
quire at 0. M. Alden's commission store.
Scratch Books. r
Use The Caiko Bulletin scratch books,
lor sale at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or 11.00 per dozen.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Orde'rs for car-load lots will receive prompt
Attention. My ice is Pure Lftke Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co., Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 92. F. M. Waiid,
A good stock of paper, expressly for
ilektograph use, far sale at True Btaum
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnihhed only by Tnu Cahio Bulletin
fr putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heals and
other printed stationery.
Mounted varnished, and paper maps of
Cairo for sale, at The Bulletin office.
Mant ralroads have discarded tlio old
mane of iwnlus, sulxititutiutf the improved
Howo. Uorden, ftellick & Co., Agta., Chi-CHK"-
T,I.K.. Ty,- Hi" flimilV medicine is
frights Indian cgetablc Pil!i, which
cleanse thf Ixm el., purify the blood, and
itstahtum hoalthy actum in the ljVCr. (0).
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The beat aalve in the world for
bruises, wires, ulsera, salt rheum, lcer iorciL
ettcr, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, nnd
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salvo U
guaranteed to ffive perfect satisfaction in
very cam or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'Haha
Boim, pimples on the face, M't Rheum,
old sores, and all cutaneous eruptions dis
appear like magic when Dr. Lindw-y's
UI'Xhi Sturdier u uwu. 1
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nutlcan lu tbcM coiamui, iu count rr lino,
mid Inae'rtlon, Marked
-Smoke Bchuh'l "Gilt Edge1
Mr. Will Emery expects to give a
moonlight excursion on the ferryboat
Three States next Friday evening.
Bricks for a much needed side-walk in
trout of Winter's block, on Commercial
avenue, arc ou the ground and will soon be
Two hundred very fine Cassi mere, all
wool, suits, all colors, for men's wear, only
$12.50- worth $18.00, atthe Palace. J. Bur
ger '& Bro. , .
The county commissioners court con
vened at the court house yesterday and dis
posed of considerable business, important
Bov Wanted to clerk in a clothing
store; must bo 15 or 16 years old, and have
good recommendations. Apply at Tun
Hon. John A. Logun and his son-in-law
Mr. W. F. Tucker, Jr., came down from
Chicago ou the afternoon Illinois Central
train yesterday and was a guest at the
V MVork n the two story brick business
housn of Mr. Patrick Matdney, at the cor
ner of Tenth street and Commercial avenue
was commenced yesterday. The ground
was being prepared for tho foundation.
Check books, order books, receipt
Imoks, etc., done on short notice at The
Bvlletim office. Stock and work guar
anteed. Prices "rock bottom."
One of the recent arrivals of emigrants
from Europe was a lot of eight hundred
Mormons, chiefly from Norway, Sweden
and Denmark. They were in charge of a
missionary who had been sent to Europe to
Large invoice, full pocket cut, XX en'
vclopes all colors, sizes 5, 6, 0 and 10
just received at Tue Bulletin office
Get samples and prices.
1 here was but one case in all our
police courts yesterday and that was only a
plain drunk, who was given a stay of some
hours to leave the city. The county and
circuit courts sem to be weilding a healthy
influence upon the criminal classes iu the
Eight hundred pounds ot ruled stock
for commercial work. Ilegcnt and West
lock brands, and Cranes Irish linen, in
voice just opened at The Bulletin office,
Washington avenuo corner Twelfth street.
The cotton seed oil company, of lliuk-
mau, Ky., has finally decided to locate their
next oil mill in this city, and it has already
secured the ground necessary for tho erec
tion of the building,, uear the Mississippi
levee, where ,,the old. "wash-board factory
stood. It will be some weeks before active
The maximum temperature for six
teen hours preceding three o'clock p. m.,
yesterday, (Washington time) were as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tcnn., 94; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 100; Davenport, Iowa, 89; Dubuque,
Iowa, 82; Keokuk, Iowa, 1)7; LaCrosse,
Wis., 80; Leavenworth, Kas., 91; Louis
ville, Ky., 99; Memphis, Tenn., 98; Nash
ville, Tenn., 95; Omaha, Neb., 88; Pitts
burg, Pa., 03; Shrcveport, La., 99; Si.
Louis, Mo., 101 ; St. Paul, Minn., 84;Vickn
burg, Miss., 100; North Platte, Neb., 80;
Bismarck, Dak., 82; Dodge City, Kan., 00;
Yaukton, Dak, 81.
At a meeting of the socialists in Chi
cago a day or two ago a series of resolu
tions were adopted which, after denying
that Guitcau had any connection with the
association or that his' act was the legiti
mate result of their teachings, concluded
us follows: ''Resolved, That we hope that
this attempted assnssination will call the
people's attention to the dangerous power
invested in the president ot this republic
ani that it will lead to tho speedy alolition
of that office, and also ot tho United States
senate, which is but little less pernicious
and dangerous, and equally undemocratic
Yesterday's dispatches from Washing
ton indicate that the condition of tho prcsi.
dent is Bteadily . improving. He
fins great confidence in his ability to
ov?rcomo any chance against him
thut may yet exist, and the attending
physicians seem to share this opinion. The
patient's pulso, temperature and respiration,
though, of courso by no means normal,
came nearer being in that condition yester
dy than at any time e!nre the shots which
caused his wounds were fired. There is
now little, if any doubt but that, with such
treatment as he has been receiving, his
chances of recovery are tho very best.
-Day before yesterday the city clerk and
mayor concluded the sale of tho railroad
strip of land lying between Thirty-fourth
and Thirty sixth Btrcets, to Mr. Pine, agent
of the Singer Sewing Machine Company.
Tho money was paid over to tho citv
treasurer immediately. This leaves no
longer any doubt hut that the company
will locate a branch factory here. Tho
property that the company has bought con
sists altogether of six blocks, lying .be
tween Thirty-fifth and Thirty-eighth streets
and Ixitwccn Commercial ovenuo and Pop
for streets; also ten lota in block eight,
filth addition, two hundred and fifty
feet of railroad strip as beforo stated, and
tue same number of ret of river front in
cluding the hub tactorv and r,...,,.i. ti.-
j l.itter-tbe river front and hub factory
grounds and also the six blocks before
meutioucd, were sold to the company by
Mssrs. H.dlidny Bros. '
Circuit court couvened yesterday moru
iug at uiuo o'clock, and continued
the examination of candidates for
tho jury in the Reynolds murder case.
Up to five o'clock in the evening,
eleven jurors hud been selected,
being mostly men from the country,
and the examination was continued until
six. Tho lawyers in the case are : For the
prosecution, States Attorney James M.
Dauiron; for tho defense, Hon. W. J. Al;
leu, of Carbondale, Judge M. C. Crawford
and Hon. Jesse W.ire, of Anna, Col. R. R.
Townes, of Alabama, and Hons. D. T.
Linegar and J. M. Lansden of this city.
Griscom, tho Chicago faster, has proved
even moro of a puzzle than was Dr. Tauuer,
tho former's fast of six weeks having left
him in very good bodily condition, while
at no period of the long term of abstinence
from food 4iavo his spirits fallen or his
nerves given away. Ho has supplemented
the work of Tanner in showing that a
human being, deprived of food, but supplied
with water, can exist without injury, for a
much longer time than has been "a the
past supposed. He concluded his last of
forty fivo days yesterday at noon, when he
took a hearty meal in tho Olympic Thoa
tie 'bclorc a largo audience wtiicl vas tcl
mitted at fifty cents per head.
In a communication to the Blooming
ton Bulletin, a Dr. T. F. Morrell gives the
following treatment for persons Buffering
with sun stroke, which might prove of use
to persons in this city during these extreme
ly hot days : "On the subject of treatment,
I would say, the first thing to do is to send
for a physician; tho next is to removo the
clothes from the upper portion of the body
and pour a constant stream of cold water
on the head, and apply mustard plasters
over tho chest and back and to the lower
extremities. These simple remedies, which
any one can apply, will restore the patient
in most cases, if employed soon enough."
The pleasant news still comes that the
president is gaining strength and that his
wounds promise to heal. The chances ot
his recovery are now pronounced by the
able physicians in attendance to much ex
ceed those of his death, and a greut nation
breathes more freely in consequence.
Should Garfield recover, it may be that the
attempt upon Ms life will have btcn a
good thing in its final results. Attention
has been called in the most dramatic and
telling manner to the evils of our system
of jxilitieal patronage and the danger which
attends high place in a population of fifty
millions, with its proportion of madmen
and tools, has been made apparent. Tho
people and their representatives have been
given food for thought and some results
should follow. We can no longer look
upon tho lands where rulers are assassin
ated as countries the social ami political
problems of which are unlike our own, and
it remains to be seen it American tact and
practicality, with the advantages our sys
tem of government affords, can devi.se a
remedy long sought in vaiu on the other
side of the Atlantic.
Now that the complaints against the
scavenger or slop gatherer, because of his
failure to make daily calls at all places in
the city, have somewhat ceased, they have
broken out in a different form, charging
him with refusing to accept any offal that
is not clean. A gentleman living up town,
at whoso house the scavenger has been in
the habit of coming, offered him some
kitchen offal a day or two Rgo, with which
the sediment of tea and coffee had been
mixed and this tho man refused to take
away because "it was not clean." It is
to be presumed from this that,
under his contract with the city, the scav
enger is not required to take anything un
clean; that lie is to take only such offal as
can be used by him or others who are will
ing to pay him for it, to fatten hogs with.
Tho sediments of tea and coffee pots not be
ing relished by hogs and imparling a
flavor to the other offal when put together
which renders tho whole objectionable to
them, the Bcivanger, with a considera
tion lor the well being of his fastidious) )
boarders that is really touching, refuses to
take auything but "clean offal."
But it so happens that the ordinance, page
144, section 25, does not warrant any such
discrimination ou tho part ft Jb scaven
ger. It does not permit him to refuse any
thing tli it may, in his opinion, In; unfit for
hogs to eat -tho franiers of tho ordinance
diil not intend to provide a means by which a
number of hogs might receive scraps of the
best that the many kitchens in the city af
ford, but the framers1 object wi that the
health of the city might bo conserved in
the removal of such offal as, wheu cast in
the street, is liable to become offensive
either to the smell or sight. The ordinance
requires that the scavenger shall
removo "from the front of all houses in
the city all vegetables and out kitchen
OFFAL OF ALL AND EVEIt? DISCIUI'TION."
This certainly can not be understood to
mean that only such offal shall bo taken as
can be fed to hogs, or sold to others for the
purpose of fattening hogs. It means, if it
means anything, that tho scavenger shall
take all kitchen offul except wet slops. The
sediment of tea and coffee pots are not wet
slops and therefore the scavenger has no
right to refuse it and other offal with which
it is mixed, thereby allowing tho stuff to
accumulate nnd rot, to the disgust of citi
zens and the detriment of tho public
AUOLFU HEUSAl'KEH COMMITS ttUUUK BY
SKNUlNCi A LOAD OK SHOT TUROUOH HIS
At about eleveu o'clock yesterday fore
noon Adolph Hebsacker shot himself dead
iu a email room adjoining his own, in the
third story of the building occupied as a
bakery by Mr. R. Hobsacker on Eighth
street. The particulars of the deed are few
,but horrible; no good cause for it can be
assigned, yet everything Seems to show
that the act was premeditated.
About a week ago he was overcome with
heat, and since then he has been lying in
his room, coming down only at times to
cat or drink. Yesterday morning Mr. R.
Hebsacker, his brother, went to his room
and asked him if ho was well enough to
drive tho bread wagon around town, to
which ho replied in the negative, and Mr.
II. told him to take good care of himself
and left him. Shortly afterward ho came
down and bought two bottles of soda pop
in the saloon of Mr. Nicholas Monce,
next door. He drank ono bottle and took
the other with bun, saying that it was too
warm to drink anything stronger than soda.
He went to his room again, coming down
shortly afterward with a water bucket,
which he filled with water from the cistern
in tho rear of the house, and carrying it
clear around the btfilding.weui through Mm J
1 iii !... mi T
uaxery una mn upstairs to ma room, tins
conduct was noticed by Mi. It. Heb
sacker, who AKked him why ho took
such a round-about-way for his
room, to this ho replied in an evasive way
and went on. Hardly five minutes had
elapsed after this when a shot fell, which
was heard by nearly every one in the house,
but it could not at first be located. Mr.
Hebsacker was among the first to locate the
dreadful sound, and rushing up stairs, dis
covered his brother lying on the floor, face
downward, with a double barreled
shot-gun iu his arms. Hm drew the
prostrate form out to the middle of tho
floor in the hope that life was not quite
extinct, but the shot liad done its work
well, a few twitches of the muscles and all
Coroner Fitzgerald was immediately
-summoned, who, rinding that all the signs
so conclusively proved suicide, at first de
cided that no inquest would be necessary;
but after uiaturer deliberation concluded
that, as no one had seen the shot fired, it
would be better to hold an iuqucsr, which
he did in the evening.
The jury was composed of Messrs. N.
Feith, J. II. Metealf, John A. Poor, Win.
Frank, Benjamin Lynch and Nicholas
Monce. A thorough examination into the
circumstances satisfied the jury that it was
a clear case of suicide, and a decision was
Mr. Adolph Hebsacker was thirty-eight
years of age; he cuuie to this country about
eight months .igo, and went to work
in the bakery of his brother,
baking at first, but recently driving tho
delivery wagon. Ho was born and lived
until his departure for this country, in
Tubingen, Murtembcrg, Germany, whero
his parents now reside. He went through
tiie Austria-Prussian and the Franco Prus
sian wars and was generally considered by
all who knew him here as an exemplary
man. His actions just before he committed
the deed were peculiar, so nnich so that
they were commented upon by nearly all
who saw him.""
TIIE XARROW GAUGE SYSTEM.
The St. Louis Globe-Democrat of yester
day says: ."Work on the line of the Texas
and St. Louis Narrow Gauge road is being
pushed rapidly. The contract from Bird's
Point, Mo., to Little River, a distance of
thirty-nine miles, has been let, and grading
is now going 011. From Maiden, Mo., to
Oak Bluff, Clay county, Ark., twenty-five
miles, the work is all under contract, and
twenty miles of tho New Madrid and Mai
den track (owned by tho Texas and St.
Louis) will be used as a part of the link.
On the southern division, twenty-five miles
have been put under contract from Texark
ana to the Red River. This is to gain a
connection by river witli New Orleans and
St. Louis until tho line is completed to the
north. Another sharp move is the building
of a lino eighteen miles long from Waco to
a junction with tho Gulf, Colorado and
Santa Fo Road, an all rail connection for
St. Louis via the anti-Gould route being
secured. This is also under contract. Four
corps of engineers are in tho field, and as
fast they finish surveys tho contracts are
The remains of Adolph Hebsacker will
be taken to Beech Ridge by the Illinois
Central train at two o'clock this afternoon.
Funeral will leave from tho residenco on
Eighth street for the train, which will start
from the foot of Eighth street. Friends
find it hard to keen in irond health, nwinrr
to the constant chance of water, diet, and
tho jarring of the cars. All these things
injure too kidneys, while Warner s Sale
Kidney and Liver Cure is certain to coun
Mrs. Wallace, Buffalo, N. Y. writes: 'I
havo used Burdock Blood Bitters for nerv
ous and bilious headaches, and have rec
ommended them to my friends; I believe
them superior to any other medicine I have
used, and can recommend them to anyone
requiring a cure for biliousness.'' Price
$1.00, trial size 10 cents.
And in order to close out
make room for extensive repairs and additions which we
contemplate to our store, we otfer our entire stock of goods
at greatly reduced figures.
Tliisisaboiiatideoifer and all should take advantage of
Mr. Burger is still in New York, buying largely of bar
gains, and these, as fast as they arrive, will be ottered to the
public in addition to our present stock, at prices to suit all
lower than ever.
Call and examine our stock and be convinced of our sin
cerity. . ; J.BIJRUEK,
12 M'ommercial Avenue.
'THE HALM DAYS OF CAIRO AND
"To the jHiopIe of Cairo and Southern
Illinois the name ofllalliday Brothers has
for years past been as a household word.
While thesfl gentlemen live in Cairo, and it
is in one sense the centre of their business
interests, their operations are not confined
to that city. They own and operate salt
workB and coal mines at St. Johns, Perry
county, Illinois, in which they employ
hundreds ot men and the producU of which
they send to nearly every state in the Union.
In Cairo they conduct a commission busi
ness that requires immense warehouses and
railroad.river and telegraph facilities; a coal
yard for steamboats, with all the necessary
water craft; the Egyptian nulls, the largest
in the state, having a capacity of seven hun
dred barrels per day; they are the princi
pal stockholders in the City National Bank,
financially one of the most substantial
inrtiluiions in the United States; they are
also in the wharf Imut business; in a box
and basket f:u.to:y, which fc-nd its goods
to nearly every fruit orchard in the south;
are large land owners north and south, and
are in various other minor enterprises.
About a year ago thrise geutlemen, ap
preciating that Cairo stood in urgent need
of a first class hotel, purchased the St.
Charles, the largest hotel in Southern Illi
nois, which had bt;en built before the war,
with the intention of enlarging, repairing,
improving and refurnishing it throughout.
The work was completed a few weeks ago,
and "The Halliday" now stands as one of
the most splendid hotels in the United
States. It contains every modern appliance
for comfort and luxury. From otlicc to
kitchen und from attic to basement, it is
most elegantly and expensively furnished.
Tho arrangements for ventilation in warm
weather arc perfect, and the house is heated
by steam iu the winter. The drainage is
effected by a hydraulic machine, the result
partly of the inventive genius of Major E.
W. Hal I i lay, winch docs its work so well
that the ssuitary conditions of the houcii
are regarded as perfect.
The Messrs. Halliday spent upon this en
terprise a sum of money that would be con
sidered a large fortune by men of ordinary
possessions. The management of the insti
tution has been placed iu the ha of
Messrs. L. P. Parker Si Co., gentlemen who
thoroughly understand tho business, and
the house is now open to the traveling pub
lic. That "The Halliday" will receive, as
it well deserves, a large share ol the favor of
of the public, we have no manner of
Mrs. Gash, sister of Mr. C. R. Woodward,
has gone to Delavan, Ills., on a vi'it to
Mr. P. J. Thistlewood loft yesterday af
ternoon for Delaware where he intends to
remain about three weeks for his health and
Among the guests at the Planters House
yesterday, were Messrs. J. A. Johnson and
J.' E. Funk, ol Bloomingtoti, and E. J.
Lowcry, of Centralia.
Mr. Lem Malvin went out hunting
about a week ago nnd caught a severe cold
which settled on his bowels and liu has
been seriously sick ever since.
Mr. Lcm Hill will go to Carthage, Ills.,
in a day or two on a visit of some days to
his aged mother, who has been ill for some
time. Mr. J. W. Hill will tako Lein's
place at the Planters House during his
Wtr find tlmt Hi nn I it Inmii.ii tt nrnach
tho Golden Rulo is to practice it; t least
such Borms to bo tho way of Rev. Mr. F. M.
Winburne, pastor M. E. church South,
jucxib, Texas, who writes as ioiio"- ov
arii months since I received a supply of
t 1 r:t D.....1. t- luitttna. T
ni. jiicoos oil, iM iniuiu
distributed the rest among my friends. It
1- II & I iC.a Mini Anil
is 1 most excellent remouy r" -
aches or various Kinds, especially neuraiBm
and rheumatic Affections.
our large stock of goods and to
A COOKING 8T0VK for Mir. wllh two iron potn
V two bake pan indtw griddle: will b notil
for tun dolinr. Apply t Bufleilu oitio.
ALL perioni who hive to fr ruled to py Atten
tion to the notice! given them to pty their
lit reel taxea, are reqneated to do no Immediately or
legal Mf-pt will be liken ialntl them.
J0 WHOM IT MAY CONCKR5:
All p.THnn holdlue bulldlnff certificate of the
Culro Turn liemelnrtf arr hcTcbr rwi)ecled to pre
leut Hie .nine to H. Schwann. KMty Urrwt-rv), for
payment, from Jnu I:)tb, lft. to June l.iili. lHs.
8. BCHWAN ITZ,
JOIIJi A. KOKHLKK.
KO. A. Bl'OEK.
OPENED J I NK FIRST.
It laaituated In Tope County. Illinol. In a pur
of the Ozark Moootalnt, half wey between Vienna
and Oolconda. lie
Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACiyo,
TCK IN ABL'NDAN'CK. The tahle la aproad
A with all the dellracira of tlio reaaon . The
wau-rnare miueral, apix-liKlng aud health giving,
and tbelr beneficial effect are felt ImioedlMWv.
J. K. BKOWN, Proprietor.
Or THE CONDITION
Alexander County Bank.
Cio, III., July lat, 111.
I.nana and Dlaconnta sh.7!v! fn
luo from other bank MAi" l"
Ctrh, inclndlngepucle 37.174 4ii
Heal Haute anil furnlinre i:i.M7 .Vi
Kipenai-a.lDcludlngUxea :),473 ti'i
Capital atock paid In
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We. F. BroM, prealilont. and II. Well coxliler, do
solemnly tueartlint tliealmre Htatemout la true to
tho boat of our knowledge tntl lieliuf.
f. itROSS, riesiileut.
U. WELLS, Canliler.
Subscribed and aworn to before, me thin 7tb day
of July, 1KK1. Al.HiKD COMINMM,
8TOVKS AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - Illinois
1)AINTER'8 MANUAL Ronae and algn paint-
Ing, (fratniiiK, varolahlnn, poliahlng. kalaomliiR
Ac. no eta. Rook of Alphabet', N). Uook of Fancy
Alphabets. 50. HIrd, Carriage, Car, Krooco, and
Decorative Painting, K0. Jauaneae Ornamentation
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