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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
OfftX: Bulletin BoildtBf. -Mbltoa Atmm
IlJTKBKl) AT TIIB POST OfFICi IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AS SROOND-CLASS MiTTIB.
OmuiAL PAPER 0? CITV AND COCNTY
LOCAL WKAT11KR RETORT.
Bran At Omni,
Caio, 111.. July IS, IHM
f- "SuTrbt. Hum. Wind. Val Weather.
. a.nt Rote
1 1 90.04
1 n.m WTO
Mailinnra Temperature. Wt; Minimum lm
i ,.uln.n: lUiB U 00 lDCbef.
Nttvur, lit feet 0 lnchea. Fall, Ui lnchei
W. H. RAY.
Sorg't Signal Corin. U. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticea In tbl column, clylit conte pur lino for
flrttt ami live cente per line each iihiequent liuet
tion, l or oue month, 50 cent per line.
A. lot of fine Texas horses and milk cows
Vill he sold at auction in front of 73 Ohio
leveo, 0. M. Alden's commission Btore,-at
four o'clock on Friday atternoon. The
stock huloncs to Mr. M. 0. Kuitrht. Sol
Silver is tlio auctioneer.
A copy of riaio Facts, by Kellog.
three hundred copies sold in Cairo,
head of a family should have one.
at this ollice.
Rooms for Rent.
Desirable turnished rooms, one for sleep
ing and two for house-keeping.
Muh. StANBza't Tenth nt.
Tlie Great Triple X.
"XXX Beer," the finest malt pioduc
tion ever brought to this city, has just been
received in law quantities by Mr. Louis
C. Herbert, near the corner of Eighth
street and Commercial avenuo. The
"trinnle X" is superior to any other beer in
the country, is a cool and healthy beavcragc,
which, once known, will bo preferred to
everv other brand. Call at Mr. Herberts
and try the "XXX."
Lost and Found Again.
At Avingcr & Tharp's restaurant, Ohio
Levee, next City National - bank, Sherbet
Lemonade, 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, in view of that fact, am selling out
my fine stock of Hats, trimmed and un
trimmed, Notions, Flowers, Feathers and
Plumes, Jewelry and all goods in my line
at cjst and mauy of these articles below
cost. Ladies who do Dot think 1 have bur
gains for them should call and see.
Mrs. 8. Williamson.
" A good, steady, honest boy to go in a
tin store and learn tlio trade. Apply to A.
Ten good men to work at driving piles,
etc., on foundation of bridge piers at Mon
roe, La. Wages $3 25 to 3 60. Frco
transportation irom Vicksburg to work.
Apply to M. Paxton & Co., Vicksburg.
Rowers & Scully, Contractors.
A feather cleaning machine and a quan
tity of sheet music that bas been left in
my care will be sold for money duo on
same. Call on Mrs. L. J. Burns.
Second door from St. Patrick's church.
Stock of groceries and fixtures. Call on
oraddrcs9, John II. Lank,
Caiuo, Ills., June 27th.
For Sale Cheap.
Twenty head of fine Texas ponies. En
quiro at 0. M. Alden's commission store
M. 0. Kkioiit.
Use Tue Caiuo Bulletin scratch Ixwks,
tor sale at the olllce, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents cacli
or 1.00 per dozen.
Ice, Wliolexalc and Retail.
Iam now prepared to sell ice by tlio car
load, or by the pound at prices Devon
competition. My wagons will run toal
parts of the city during summer, serving
ice w customers in quuuiuies w aim.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. Bry ice is Pure Lako Ice, from
the Kankakoe Ice Co.,Kankakoc, 111. Tel
ephone No. 03. F. M. Ward. .
A good stock of paper, expressly for
Iluktograph use, far sale at The Bulletin
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by The Cairo Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
Mounted varnished, and paper maps of
Cairo for sale, at Tub Bullbtin office.
Mast ralrouds have discarded the old
roaKO of scales, substituting the improved
Howe. Boidou, Sellick & Co., Agts., Chi
The very best family medicine is
Wright' Indian Vegetable I'il!s, which
clcanso the bowels, purify the blood, and
establish healthy action in the liver. (0).
Buoklen's Arnica Halve.
The best salve in the world for cub,
bruises, tores, ulacrs, salt rheum, tever sores,
ettcr, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kindt of skin eruptions, This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
vurvcaMDr money refunded. Price, 25
cents nor box. For sale by Geo. E. Oil aha
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notion Id tbeae coiomna, un emu per line,
each Insertion, Marked
Smoke Schuh'i 'Gilt Edge."
Forepaugh's show will be in Quincy,
III., on the 25th inst.
See Notice of auction sale of Texas
horses and cows in special locals.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union meets at Reform hall this afternoon.
The foundation for tho colored church
in Locust Graye is finished, the sills laid
and the frame work of the superstructure
Large invoice, full pocket cut, XX en
velopesall colors, sizes 5, 0, CJ and 10
just received at The Bulletin office.
Get samples and-prices.
Alter the meeting of the Reform Club
at its hall on Tenth street to-morrow night,
tho Good Templars will hold their meeting
in the same room.
A vntcr fountain in tho yard, back of
Mr. L. C. Herbert's saloon, is to be one of
the attractions of tho place. The n-ater
will bo supplied by Mr. Lee Boicourt.
Check books, order books, receipt
books, etc., done on short notice at The
Bulletin office. Stock and work guar
anteed. Prices "rock bottom."
About three o'clock in tho afternoon
yesterday a fight occurred at the corner of
Sixth street between two negroes. Neither
was badly hurt, however, and no arrests
The Ohio river was nineteen ami three
quarter tcet above low water mark yester
day morning, at eight o'clock. At six
o'clock in the evening it had fallen just
one foot more.
Eight hundred pounds ot ruled stock
for commercial work. Regent and West
lock brands, arid Cranes Irish linen, in
voice just opened at The Bulletin office,
Washington avenuo corner Twelfth street.
Yesterday's polico business consisted
of one drunk before Magistrate Comings
who was fined one dollar and costs. An
other drunk was jailed by Officer Olmsted.
There were no cases before Justices Robin
son and Osborn.
Mr. 8. P. Bennett has purchased tho
property in which Mr. . B. Church lives,
on Tenth street, of Mrs. Linton and will
have it enlarged and renovated preparatory
to occupying it himself. Mr. Church will
remove into a neat little cottage opposite
where he now lives.
The Mississippi valley river commis
sion met at St. Louis on the 8th instant and
decided to expend one million dollars ol
the Mississippi appropriation below Cairo,
at points just above Memphis and near
Lake Providence. Tho work will consist
in strengthening the levees.
A little fight bctwoen an up-town
grocer and his whilom clerk occurred day
before yesterday, which furnished entertain
ment for a crowd of spectators and a little
physical suffering for the actors. It appears
that a misunderstanding regarding the
amount due the clerk lead to the lie, which
iii turn lead to blows. .No arrests were
Governor Luke P. Blackburn, of Ken
tucky, has proclaimed that to day shall be
a day of fasting and prayer in that state forj
the recovery ot President Garfield.
Thus a good old Democratic state takes
the lead in praying for the republican
president's recovery, and yet the republi
can lick-spittals howl frantically about
Tho Hickman cotton seed oil compauy
has concluded tho purchase of block sixty
one, situated near the Mississippi levee, be
tween Third and Fifth streets, and will now
certainly erect their mills here. The com
pany was offered the property at a certain
price until the 10th instant, and they tele
graphed here betore the expiration of that
time accepting tho offer.
A dispatch from Jonesboro to Captain
W. M. Williams yesterday afternoon about
two o'clock stated that it was raining hard
at thai place, and that the wind was blow
ing this way. Captain Williams instantly
telephoned the good news to Judge Craw
Crawford, who was attending the Reynolds
trial at the court house and who had suf
fered much from the extreme heat while
Mr. Frank Wright, brother of Mr. W
W. Wright, of this city, was shot in the
left shoulder by a man, who is supposed to
have been crazy. Mr. Wright was riding
in a IniL'iry at St. Johns, when
the man stepped up and Bought
to ride with him. Mr. Wright ro
fusod to allow him that privilege, when the
stranger drew a revolver and fired the shot.
Tho wound la painful, but not dangerous.
If anybody disappears look in the cel
lar. Many good people have saken refuge
there siace the heat began. Courier-Journal.
If anybody wakes up at midnight
and finds that ho has been deserted by his
bud fellow, a sheet and a pillow, look out
on tho sidewalk. Many cood people have
sought rcBt and comfort thoro during the
present heated spell. In fact, bo goncral
has this habit becomo that an officer who
never shirks his duty and who had always
taken particular delight in committing to
tho city's damp dungeon as vagrants all who
might bo found reposing at night upon the
hard plank walk of the city, was lead to re
mark, while an evident expression of puz
zled disappointment played in his face, that
"tffrybody schloeps on de sidewalks deso
nights." Poor soul; he longs to enforco
the ordiuunces, but hu does nut like to fill
t;e jails with some of our best citizens in
Tho maximum temperature for six
teen hours preceding three o'clock p. in.,
yesterday, (Washington time) wore as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tenn., 84; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 97; Davenport, Iowa, 85; Dubuque,
Iowa; 87; Keokuk,' Iowa, 82; LaCrosse,
Wis., 81; Leavenworth, Kas., 82; Louis
ville, Ky., 06; Memphis, Tenn., 90; Nash
ville, Tcnn., 100; Omaha, Neb., 91; Pitts
burg, Pa., 00; Shrevcport, La., 93;iSt.
Louis, Mo., 04; Si. Taul, Minn., 87; Vicks
burg, Miss., 97; North Platte, Neb., 80;
Bismarck, Dak., 91 ; Dodge City, Kan., - ;
Tho hot weather has mado ot some St.
Louisan an avenger of blood. Secretary of
State Blaino has received a postal card
post-marked St. Louis, Mo., but without
signature, upon which the writer stated
that ho had carelully watched the reports
relative to President Garfield, and should
not be satisfied with tho simple incarcera
tion of Guiteau in an insane asylum or for
a term of years in the ponitcntiary, but that
he had avowed, "by ull that is holy," to
take vengeance for the suffering needlessly
cuuscd President Garfield arid to kill Gui
teau himself; which statement ho desire 1
not to bo forgotten.' AH 'of'' which shows
tho pernicious effect of too much beer with
the mercury above 100 in the shade.
As will bo seen from the council pro
ceedings published in this issue, tho coun
cil has decided to have a drive well sunk at
St. Mary's park. It has also received a
resolution from the street committee, rec
ommending that Sixth, Seventh,
Ninth, Tenth and Twelfth streets,
between Commercial and Washington
avenues, and Commercial avenue from
Eighth to Twentieth street be graveled or
mecademized, and that forty feet in the
centre of Washington avenue, from Second
to Twenty-eighth street be also graveled
or mecademized and that shade trees be
planted at regular distances along either
side of the street. Th:se recommenda
tions carried out Cairo would be vastly im
proved in appearance would, in fact, be a
very nttractivo city. Tho council will
doubtless act upon the committee's
recommmendation indue time.
The grand jury now silting and grind
ing out indictments against sundry crim
inals is composed of tho following gentle
men: First Cairo precinct, M. J. Howley,
Thomas Wilson; Second Cairo precinct,
Win. Smith, Win. White; Third Cairo pre
cinct, T. W. Lehigh, James R. Smith ;
Fourth Cairo precinct, S. P, Bennet, Hugh
Callahan; Fifth Cairo precinct, E. B. Pet-
tit, F. L. Gallagher; Elco precinct, W.T.
Smithey, John Pilliard; Thebes precinct,
G. W. Sammons, diaries Waterman;
Gojc Island precinct, Charles Peterson, J.
II. Mulcnhcy; Clear Creek precinct, 8ac-
uel Walker; East Cape Girardeau precinct,
James Billimraly; Santa Fc precinct,
French Jones; Beech Ridge precinct,
Carson Martin; Unity precinct, James
Glasgow; Sandusky preciuct, Win. Mc-
Critc; Lako Milligan precint, George Roy
al. Up to yesterday tho jury had found
about fifteen indictments, some of which
are very important.
The theory that Guitteau is insane
and was lead to the attack on President
Garfield's life bv a crazy idea that it was
necessary in order to save' the party, has
been refuted by himself in conversation
with others since his imprisonment. Day
before yesterday he referred to his visit to
the white house, when the president
had him forcibly ejected, but was quick to
deny that that had anything to do with his
attuupt at assassination. His statements,
however, in regard to his ejection from
the white house were somewhat conflicting,
enough bo to warrant the suspicion that
his murderous assault was more ol a matter
of personal revenge for what he regarded
as a great indignity than anything else.
Once he said his determination to kill the
president was formed long before he was
elected. At another time ho said that
it was on the Thursday prior to
tho resignation of Conkling and Piatt that
he was put out of the white house, but,
seeming to recall the fact that he had said
he made up his mind to kill the president
just alter Conkling and Plutt resigned, ho
corrected himself, and said it was long after
he hud determined to kill the president
that he was ejected. Ho was quick enough
to seu that it would not do to say that the
assassination plot was conceived after he
was kicked out tho white house
Thus it will he sceu that he is not too
crazy to know when ho has, by an un
guarded remark, injured his case; ho is
aware of having committed a crime for
which ho will and ought to suffer accord
ing to its enormity.
miC REYNOLDS TRIAL.
Court convened yesterday morning with
a full jury in thu Reynolds case and pro
ceeded at once to tho taking of evidence
The jury consisted of the following gentle
men : Murk Kain, Charles Purcell, John
Feith, Wm, Rcddin, Lewis Gorman, George
Houghteling, Judsou Kelly, Charles Snook,
N. H. Crowley, Wm. Oarcy, John Higgins
and Scott Neitl. It was pronounced by
most who were present, when it was select
od as a very good jury for the dofonse.
Only a few witnesses wore examined by
the prog..iut'Hm and the testimony
taken was , very weak in
deed. The defense followod with a
much greater force of witnesses and of tes
timony. In tact the evidence both in
quantity and quality was bo utterly
against the prosecution that no arguments
were made on either side; but States
Attorney Damrou soeting that as the case
stood it was hopelessly against him, he
abandoned by telling the court that, under
the circumstances he could not ask the jury
to render a verdict against the prisoner.
The court asked all those of the jury who
were ot the same opinion to rise and, all
rising, they were discharged and
Robert 8. Reynolds left the
court room an innocent man.
After thia four other prisoners were
brought before the court, one ot whom,
Jessio Hooper, who attempted to rob Henry
Brcihan's safe, plead guilty and was sen
tenced to two years in tho penitentiary. He
was recommitted to jail.
The people vs. Connors, for stealing hogs
trom one Richard Adams, was set for this
morning, but will in all likelihood be con
tinued, and, in that case, Jacob Bradly,who
is indicted for perjury, will bo the first case
placed on trial this morning.
Mr. Kirkpatrick, of Aims, was in the
Mrs. II. Wells and Mrs. Geer left yester
day for Rising Sun, Ind.
Mrs. George R. Lentz contemplates tak
ing a trip to the east soon.
Mrs. Royco and child have gone to Alto
Pass for a week or ten days.
Mrs. Dr. Carter will leave next Monday
for Virgir.ia to visit relatives.
Mrs. Thomas Sloo is at Alto Pass to
spend the warm days of weather among the
Mr. Lon Daniels will go to Chicago on
the 19th inst. to attend the park races in
Mr. James E. Jackson, who was overcome
with heatTuesday night, was all right again
The family of Mr J. 15. Reed left yestcr
day morning for Boston,. Mass., to spend
the sum mer. ' - -"
Mrs. Ada Home, mother of Thomas and
John Home, is lying dangerously ill at her
home on Seventh street.
The families of Messrs. Avinger and
Tharp, of the European hotel, arrived in
the city yesterday morning.
Mrs. Scott White and children, and also
Mr. Wm. White, will leave to-day tor Pits-
burg to spend a few weeks.
Mr. Wood Rittenhouse and family will
probably leave this morning for Dixon
.Springs to spend a few weeks.
Miss Sallic Hook, who has been visiting
her sister, Mrs. Dr. Carter, for some time,
will return to her home in St. Louis uext
Mr. Mat. P. Fulton returned from Dixon
Springs Tuesday evening. His little son,
whose dangerous illness called him to the
springs, is out of danger.
General John A. Logan and hisson iu
law left yesterday afternoon, having dis
posed through Mr. Gcorgo Fisher, of fifteen
lots which the general owned in the upper
part ot tho city.
Mr. J. II. Jones and family
left this morning on tho Cairo & Vincen
nes railroad for Vienna, from whence they
go to Dixon Springs to ruslicate awhile.
Mr. Jones will return in a ay or two.
A LITTLE FOURTH OF JULY.
The following is tho letter to Gov. Fos
ter, of Ohio, from Gov. Cullom, and will
fully explain itself:
Si'IUngkield, III., July 11,1881.
HU Kiccllcncy Che. Foster, Governor, C'olum.
Your telegram of the 10th received this
morning. My feelings are iu entire har
mony with your views in referenco to the
: priety of fleeting apart, by concurrent ac
tion of the governors of tho several states,
of a day of thanksgiving, in view of tho
gratitying recovery of tho president.
I would suggest, however, that the selec
tion of a day be mado when tho president's
convalescence is fully assured.
I think it eminently proper that you
should take tho initiative in tho matter.
S. M. Gullom, Governor.
Bob Ingorsoll would probably BUggest
that it would bo as proper to blame God for
allowing the assassination to take place as
it ls-to thank him for tho president's recov
ery. But Bob suggests some Very strange
CHANGES OF REAL ESTATE.
RECORDED OR JULY 12TH AND 13X11.
Weaver White and wife to Joshua E.
Davis; quit claim 'deed, dated July 1st,
1881, for west half of northeast quarter, in
Alexander county, section twenty-one,
township fourteen, range one; and north
east quarter of section thirty-three, town
ship fourteen, range one, Pulaski county.
County clerk of Alexander county to
Patrick Fitzgerald; tax deed, dated July
1st, 1881, lor lots eleven to thirteen inclu
sive, In block thirty-one, in the city of
City of Cairo to Robert 11. Cunningham,
trustco; deed, dated June 13th, 1881, tor
lot eleven, in block two, in railroad a'ddi
tion to tho c'iy of Cairo.
Antonhi Cella and wife
to John Cella; warranty deed,
dated July 12th, 1881, for undivided
half ot lot one, in block twenty, in the
first addition to tho city of Cairo.
And in order to close out
make room for extensive repairs and additions which we
contemplate to our store, we offer our entire stock of goods
at greatly reduced figures. ;
Thisisabonafide offer and all should take advantage of
Jfr. Burger is still in New York, buying largely of bar
gains, and these, as fast as they arrive, will be offered to the
public in addition to our present stock, at prices to suit all
lower than ever.
Call ami examine our stock and be convinced of our sin
cerity. ' J. BURGER,
124 Commercial Avenue.
NO ELECTION OF COUNTY OFFICERS
In answer to a letter from Hon. Milton
Hartley, county judge of Gallatin county,
inquiring whether an election of county
officers will be held iu tlii - state next tall,
Gov. Cullom has written tho following:
Executive Office, i
Srru.-OKiELD,Ill.,June24, 1881. (
Hon. Milton Hartley, Shawneetowo, III.:
Dear Sir Your favor of the 14th inst.
has been received. In answer I havo to
say that the amendment to the election law
which repeals the existing provisions and
provides for the election of county judges,
Ac, in 1883, and every four years there
after, was necessary legislation to carry out
the provisions of the amendment of 1879 of
section 8, article 10 of the state constitu
tion. Under the amended constitution and the
legislation in pursuance thereof, I do not
think that a general ; flection for these of
ficers should beheld this fall 1831.
Truly, yours, S. M. Cullom.
INTER E8TI.NO TO DRUOOISTS AND OTHERS,
Washington, June 27th, 1881
N, Van Boll, Edq , Baltimore, Md:
Sin: Your letter of the 2:rd inst. call
ing attention to violations of the internal
revenue law by the mixing ot syrup or
rock-candy with whiskey or other spirits
by persons who have not paid tho special
tax as recti tiers, is received. You say that
you know that in Boston, New York and
many other cities, this is done to a great
extent by hotels, saloon-keepers, grocers,
druggists and wholesale ami retail liquor
dealers; that you do not propose to give
the names of tho parties so violating the
law until they have been duly notified, but
that you should not hesitate to inform this
office of he names tho violators after notice
had been given them by the department, ot
their liability as rectifiers. You are in
formed that on Jan. 8th, 1880, Collector
Slack of Boston was instructed by this
office that a preparation of rock-candy and
whiskey is held to be a compound liquor
and not a medicine within tho meaning ot
the last clauso of section 32-1(3 of t lie revised
statutes, and that a druggist by making
such a compound for sale by liottlo or
larger packages incurs special tax as recti
fier. April 15th, 1880, Collector Holliater
of Bridgeport, Conn., was advised that tho
mixing of Bpirits by retail liquor dealers
with rock-candy, syrup or other materials
tor sale by the bottle or hrgor quantities
should be regarded by him for tho purpose
of taxation, as rectification. I think the
dealers generally throughout tho country
understand their liability in this respect
and if they arc thus compounding liquors
they are not doing so, in ignorance of tho
law. I will therefore thank you to give
this office such information as you possess,
which will enablo tho collectors of tho dis
tricts where such violations are practiced
to collect the proper taxes and penalties.
Respectfully, Greene B. Raum,
"Eleven years our daughter suffered on a
bed of misery under tho care ot soveral ot
tho best (and somo of the worst) physicians,
who gavo her disease various names but no
relief, and now she is restored to us in
good health by as simplo a remedy as Hop
Bitters, that we had poohnd at for two
years, beforo using it. We oarnostly hopo
and pray that no one also will let their sick
Buffer as wo did, on account of prejudice
against bo good a medicine as Hop Bittors.
The parents. Telegram.
Boils, pimples on. tho foco, salt Rheum,
old sores, and all cutaneous eruptions dis
appear liko magic w-l(6n Dr. Lindseys
Blood Searcher Is used. '
our large stock of goods and to
A COOKING STOVE for aale. with two Iron pota
two bake pane and t priddle ; will b void
for tan dollar. Apply at Bulletin office.
ALL peroont who have to far failed to pay atten
tion to the notice given tbero to par their
atre'.-t taxea, are reqneated to do no Immediately or
legal ftepa will be taken airalnit th-m.
TKAHKIt ARTEK, Collector.
J0 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
All pt-rnona holding building rertlflratca of the
Cairo Torn Uvmelnde arc hi-rehv ri-qu-lud to re
ent the fame to t. SohwaniU, (City llrewerv). for
payment, from Jnne Llin,ltl, to June Hih. iss!.
JOHN A. KOKHLEH,
KD. A. BL'DBK.
OPENED JUNE FIRST.
It la aitnated In Pope County. IlllnoU. In a tour
of the Ozark Moantatua, half way bit wee u Vienna
and Uolcooda. It
Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
ICE IN ABUNDANCE. The table la apread
with all the rielk-acit of tho neaaun. The
water ara mineral, appetizing and health Hiving,
aud their beneficial enVaU are felt Itnmedlntely.
J.H. UHOWN, l'topriutor.
OK THE CONDITION
Alexander Connty Bank.
Caiuo, III., July lft, mi.
Loan and Uloconnu $ss,733 59
Due from other banki :M,S-.7 on
Cafh, Including apecle 37, 172 4rt
Heal Kutato and ftirnlturo M.M7 U
Kxpmiae, Including taxea MT3 '
Cupiul xtock paid iu.
.... 7.WM 0
.. 5.111 10
, 13l',ojS -i
We. F. Itrom, president, and H. Wella caxliler, do
Holeiuiily awear that iheabove autument I) tme to
tbo hotof otirknowlcd(aiid belief.
F. BKOSS. I'relileut,
Subscribed and aworn In before me thla Tth dny
of July. IBM. ALKHBD V MlNiH,
8TOVK3 AND TINWARK.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
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Cairo, - - Illinois
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