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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN : SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 13.
The Daily Bulletin,
Notice In tbUeo'u'nn.eiKUtcenti Per "" r)r
Inland enu lln. .acb .uhawjuentlnior
"ion. for od wwk. SDcuntt per Una. For one
month. tWeanti psrllni
Tbo business of tho Into Henry Breihan
ii carried on m actively since his death as
it wu by hiru during liia life. No part of
the machinery has been permitted to stop,
and tbe trade in Export Beer, Seltzers,
Soda and Mineral Springs Water will bo
hold up constantly to the position it had
reached as one among tlio leading whole
sale houses of Cairo. The management of
this great and growing industry is in tho
bands of Messrs. C. M. and W. C. Young,
relatives of its founder, Irnth energetic
young men id the highest business quali
fications, for whom there is no such word
as fail, and wo feel justified in making the
prediction that tho end of a yenr will find
tho business under their judicious and vig
orous mao'igemcnt far in advance of even
its present flittering success.
Oysters in every stylo fit Geo. Lattner's
No. 75 Coraineicial avenue. 818-lm
Two Rooms For Kent
unfurnished in rear of cottage on 10tb street
between Washington and Walnut. Inquire
t Thr Bulletin. 918-tf
Prof. Mason's Classes.
The afternoon dancing class will be held
Wednesdxy at three o clock and Saturday,
at two o'clock.
Tbe evening class will meot on Wednes
dav and Friday niulits at 7:30 o'clock
Both classes will meet us last year at Tem-
peranco hall on 8th street, commencing
Wednesday the 19th of September. tf
Saddle Rock Oysters at DeBaun 56 Ohio
395,000 Bricks for Sale.
I have tor sale. bel'nini to the estate
of Peter S to i ten berg, deceased, 895,000
burnt brick which I offer at a bargain in
lots to suit the purehiser; must be sold im
mediately to close tlie .tccouuts of the es
tate. Adolph Swoboda,
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
De Baun's. tf
Music books bound at 3 00 per volume
tf A. W. Piatt, 77 Ohio Levee.
will buy a good meal cooked to order, at
A large number of men wanted to make
taves. Steady employment given from
now until next spring. Full wages paid.
Apply to J. McRav, Rector, Ark., or to
Farnbaker & Co., Cairo, Ills. tf
Restaurant and Oyster House, 50 Ohio
Sew Blaoksnntu Shop.
A tew horse shoeiug shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmitbing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
will buv a good moal cooked to ordor at
See a woman in another column near
Bpecr's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Bow's Port Urapo wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by tho medical
profession, lor tho use of invalids, woakly
persons and the aged. Sold by druggists.
Hot coffee and sandwiches at Geo. Latt
tier's, No. 75 Commercial avenue.
The most delicate persons enjoy taking
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, give a whole
oine appetite, put new life in a broken
down body. 15 cents. (5)
A Lawyer's Testimony.
During eight ye rs my attacks of dys
pepsia were so terrible that I olten had to
stop business. Parker's Ginger Tonic
built mo up from almost a skeleton to
the perfect health I now enjoy. J. Jerolo
man, Lawyer, N. Y City.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Netlcn in tiioe couumin un coum pit lino,
tach in-nrtlon and whether marked or not, if calcu
lated to fowaM anv man hiitduitaa Internal arc
Chattel inortgsire him) warrantee deed
blanks, at Tub IJi'llktin ollice. tf
Mies Kate Perry, niece of Mrs. 8.
S'vander, returiiel yesterdiy from her visit
Hurry Walket bus a Maye full of noted
Variety artists ai bis tbea're this week. It
Citizens mid Ipirdwaro dealers are
poliHliitii up tlieir stoves in anticipation of
brisk full wen' her.
Look out for squirrel lunch to-night,
t Good Luck Saloon. It
Mule for Bale, 9 year old, good any
where. Apply to-day to Charlie lluglii",
A good girl wanted to do cooking and
general house work. Apply to Mrs. Bur
nett, on Teuth street.
Mrs. L. F. Kieter and Mrs. H. B. Dav'i
left yesterday morning for Indianapolis, on
t protracted visit to relatives and friends.
Miss Laura Lee, tho sweetest singer of
the variety stage, is again at tho Theatre
Mr. Patrick Fitzgerald has corami need
filling. Ho is raising his low lots at the
corner of Fourteenth street to a lovel with
Charles II. King, the classic banjo ar
tist, and Billy and Frankio Gray, are
among tbo bright stars at Theatre Comiquo
this week. It
Itii laid thaton Seventh street all but
five families are "broken up." That is,
they ara all either widowera or widows, or
orphans or orphaniwjs. Seventh street is
now the most peaceful street in tho city.
A change is to occur in tho ministerial
charge of the Baptist church here. Rev.
McGaha, who has bad charge of tho church
for sevoral months, will go to Louisville to
finish his studies lor the ministery, and be
will be succeeded hero next Sunday by Rev.
Eden, who is to coino here from a small
city in Georgia.
As an evidence of the world-wide rep
utation, end the unprecentod popularity,
founded upon intrinsic merit of the re
nowned conqueror of pain, St. Jacobs Oil,
it may be cited, as a wonder of trade, that
oue order, recently received by its enter
prising proprietors, The Charles A. Vogeler
Co, Baltimore, Md., from Australia, was for
In tho circuit court yesterday Charles
Carver was acquitted, Willis Love was
found quilty of stealing powder from
Messrs. Stratton & Bird, and given fifteen
days in the county jail and fined 15; the
case of Kate Cotton was continued by mu
tual consent, to await the result of an an
alysis of Jerry Thompson's stomach, and
tho case of a negro named Russell was
pending when court adjourued.
Sergeant W. II. Ray received the fol
lowing telegram from Washington yestor
davmorniug: "Clearing, colder weather
and frost are indicated tor the lake region
and thence southward to Tennessee on
Saturdav. Frosts are indicated for tbe
northwest on Fiiday and Saturday morn
ings. Cooler and clearing or fair weather
is indicated for the middle and Atlantic
states on Saturday. Give widest circula
In our humble opinion tbe special
assessments as published, can never be co
lected if any one refuses to pay. An adver
tisement in a weekly paper published every
day, simply headed daily for the occasion,
would never stand tho very mildest form of
legal proceedings where a charter or ordi
nance required such notice to be published
in a daily. But then, its cheap, cheaper,
cheepest, and that's what the people and
the council want.
A man named Isiah Evans went with
two men into a mine near Carrier Mills,
about nine miles up the Wabash road,
Thursday morning. While there they
noticed small particles of stone, etc., falling
from the ceiling and two of tho men, fearing
a caving in of the roof, hurried out ; but the
third, Evans, wouldn't go and hai proceeded
but a short distance further when he was
hurried beneath n huge boulder that broke
from the roof and instantly killed.
A new sower system is another of the
Argus imaginary adjuncts to tho strec'.
filling project. Any child would know
that tho attainment of surface drain&go
over tho levees would do away with all use
for a sewer system, except for the low lots,
and these would bo drained by the present
system of sewers, aftor tbe streets are raised
just tho samo as now. But then, the Arus
isn't a child, at least it doesn't always ex
hibit as much sense as an infant, which is
probably not its owa fault.
The bouso of Mrs. Isaac Walder, up in
tho county, recently destroyed by fire, was
insured by tho German fire insurance
company, of Freeport, for f 2,000. For sev
eral days an agent of the company has been
hero trying to settle the matter of insurance
and yesterday made a proposition to pay
$1,200. The house cost originally about
$3,500, and Mrs. Walder refused to take
tho sum offered. Tho agent also declined
to have the house replsced, and there the
matter now stands. A law suit is threaten
ed. All of our citizens wh have heard the
lecture of Col. Hogeland to our youth on
the street last dight can not but realize that
it is tbo way to reach many of our youths,
who never or seldom see the Sabbath school
room. We are glad that Col. Hogeland has
given in book form, a history of bis twelve
years experience and we don't think parents
can give their children a more valuable 50c.
present. The two hundred stories it con.
tains in boy and girl life, or such as chil
dren nunht to read. The Col. will call on
our citizmis (to-day aiidshow them tho work.
"Sblel Agar" by Dan arid Josic Sulli
van and company of artists, drew a very
fair audience to the Opera House lact
night, but not so large a one as the play
di servrd. It is a new and a very interest
ing little Irish drama, poHsesHing every
mi it attriUuted to it in the favorable no
tic s it has received wherever it has been
produced. Tho troupe Is a troupe of ar
tists and received the hearty appreciation of
tho audience at frequent intervals last
night. The Sullivans wore particularly
good and scored a triumph. Those who
did not go missod a night's excellent enter
tainment. When Captain Wm. M. Murphy was
chief clerk in tbe rovenuo office everybody
who kuew him was suro that ho was es
pecially cutout for that important posi
tion; when afterwaids ho was transferred to
the post-office, it was equally evident, dur
ing the first few months uf Ins Incumbency,
that be was to tho ninnunr born, foi ho was
at onco a full-grown, efficient postmaster.
But on Thursday ho proved that ho pos
sessed still another quality in a remaikablo
degree. In company with several other
citizens went out Into the woods to
hunt. They were all pretty good hunters,
but the postmaster proved to bo very de
cidedly tbo best finder. While
his companion! brought homo a
squirrel or two and a jay bird or two, the
postmaster catno bark loaded down with
twenty three quirr Is, one hawk and ono
owl all killed iiv IUH8E1.F, near San
dusky, inside id two and half hours. Tho
woods about Sandusky aro said to bo full
of game, but it takes a good tinder and a
good marksman to bring it home. Capt.
Murphy will go again this morning and
when he returns such impertinent remarks
a?, "what did they cost you," "who killed
'em for you;" "been killed about a week,
aint they?" etc., etc., aro in order from
those who don't know tho muzzle of a gun
from a hole In tho ground.
Rev. Father Kearney left yesterday
morning at 10:30 o'clock tor Jackson, Ten
nessee, there to take charge of a number of
candidates for St. Vincent's colli'lif. Cape
Girardeau. lie will return tn-dnV or to
morrow and then go to new Madrid and
SiKeston, Mo., where he will also find re
cruits for tho institution he represents. St.
Vincent's college has run a most euccefstul
career under the presidency of Rev. Father
Hickey. It has already for the pnsent
term ono hundred and seven scholars from
different parts of the country, and there in
a prospect of increasing the number to two
hundred. It is recognized as ooe of the
best managed educational institutions in
the country, ami receives patronage accord
-Col. Alexander Hogeland, for the past
twelve years engaged in volunteer work
among t he youth of country, especially
newsbovs. and in makini; a tour of the
cities of tho country, lecturing in colleges,
schools and on the street?, arrived in Cairo
yesterday and addressed a largo company
of youth and citizens on the corner of Eighth
street and Commercial. The procession of
Cairo boys, headed by the flag of the Louis
ville association, was quite a novelty to our
people. The Col. has evidently learned the
true secret for impressing an audience pro.
titably. Tbo expense of the work is pro
vided iu tho sale of a b. autiful book, en
titled "Ten Years Among tin Newsboys,"'
and is fully endorsed by the press and
clergy of Louisville and other places.
Every parent who can should get a copy.
Price is only 50 cents.
The Paducah News after publishing
an item with reference to the case of B. O.
Jones, of Metropolis, for overcharging per
sons for his services as pension agent,
which it says was based upon what The
Bulletin said about the matter, finds it
advisable to publish tbe following in Wed
nesday's issue :
To-day the News received a visit from
Air. Jones and Dr. J. A. Williams, the lat
ter also of Metropolis and a staunch Demo
crat and respected citizen, and by each was
given a clear explanation of the alleged
swindling on the part of Mr. Jones, togeth
er with other statements in relation to the
matter which satisfies us that au injustice
has no doubt been done Mr. Jones by tho
article, and that tho statements, which
gained circulation through the assertions
of Smith iu the matter, wcro the exaggera
tions of a personal enemy of Mr. Jones, who
had found it necessary in his duties as pros
ecuting attorney in his county to prosecute
him (Smith) for two serious crimes. The
News makes these statements In justice to
Mr. Jones upon tho belief that tho amende
If the News understood The Bclletjn
s making any accusations against Mr.
Jones, the News certainly erred; and if it
was lod to follow its erroneous understand
ing of the matter, its retraction is entirely
correct. But Til a Bulletin mado no ac
cusations against Mr. Jones; it simply sta
ted, in effect, that proceedings were about
to bo commenced before Commissioner
Candee against Mr. Jones, who w is accused
of having violated the laws fixing
the fees of pension agents, and that a man
named Smith, of Metropolis, was the prin
cipal witness against him and bad twenty
affidavits from dillerent parties, setting
forth that they had been charged certain
sums by Jones for his services as pension
au'ent, which sums were in excess of tho
limit set by the United States
laws. This, in substance, was Tim
Bulletks's statemeut of the case, and it
was a correct statement. Smith's affidavits
are matters of record at Washington, but
their merits were to bo determined by an
examination before Commissioner Candee
here. For thisex animation The Bulletin
watched and waited with interest, expect
ing and hoping to see Mr. Jones cleared of
the clou I cast over him by the affidavits,
and to see Smith sternly re
buked for his well, his offlciousness,
let us call it. A 'lay bad been set for tho
examination; a special agent was sent hero
from Washington to represent tbe govern
ment before Commissioner Candee; Mr.
Smith was brought down here by subpoena
served on him at Metropolis by Constable
llaz. Martin, of this city; Mr. Smith came,
and on tho day set for tho examina
tion, proceeded, in company with
tho special government agent, to Commis
sioner Candee's office. Tho commissioner
was ready and anxious to proceed with the
examination, but Mr. Smith was not, and
tho government agent was conceliatory.
Mr. Smith had "mado u" with Mr. Jouos,
admitted that ho had the affidavits, but ro
fused to surrender tho originals. The special
agent was too drunk to bcq straight during
more than half tho time he was here and
didn't seem to euro very much whether tho
examination was had or not. Both ho and
Mr. Smith left tho commissioner's offlco
without coming to any understanding
whether an examination should bo had or
not and tho only iutimation tho commis
sioner had that tho matter was "fixod up"
in some way was, that tho special agent
came to him a few hours later to got
vouchors signed tor Smith s expenses as
a witness in a case in which
there bad been no proceedings whatever
before the properly constituted authority
How tho matter was "fixed up" and why
there were no proceedings at all, ara matters
about which hangs a thick, impuuatrahlo
mantle of mystery which only the special
agent or Mr. Smith can draw aside. Thus
was Tuu Bulletin disappointed, and thus
was tho shaddow of thoso twenty affidavits
held by Smith over Jones left, not only un
disturbed, but made thicker and darker by
the supicious manner in which the threat
ened examination was "nipped in tho bud."
Perhaps Mr. Jones is able to prove himself
entirely innocent of the sworn charges
mado against him ; as tor The Bulletin, it
believes confidently that he can do so. Tho
explanation made by him to the Paducah
News may bo as correct as it was satisfaut
ory to the editor of that paper; but Mr.
Joues" innocence can only be undeniably
established by an open, fair and full exam
ination into tho merits of the evidence
agaiuBt him, and Mr. Jones owes it to him
self to have such au examination entered
NAILED COME AGAIN.
The Argus has at lost complied with our
repeated and earnest requests to give us, or
try to give us, a few reliable figures with
regard to tho street filling project. We
longed for this because we knew that tbo
Argus would "put its foot into it" whonover
it deviated from its policy of mero general,
indefinite asiertion. And our conviction
proves to have been entirely correct.
The Argus of last evening says "at tho
rate Mr. Sarbian contracted to do tho fill
ing on the Safford Memorial Library IoU,
the filliog up of Cairo to obtain surfsce
drainage over the levees to the river would
cost about $15,000,000."
The Argus must have a little arithmatic
of its own, a lightning calculator, perhaps,
which establishes arbitary rules for arriv
ing at mathematical results, that are not
taught in the common schools of the pres
ent day. Mr. Sarbian receives thirty cents
per cubic yard for the tilling referred to,
and a careful application of the ordinary
rules taught us in the Thirteenth street
free school some half a score or more of
years ago, by Mis Uawkius, Miss French
and other?, just as able teachers as were
ever here, developes the fact that, at this
rate, for exactly $9,438,000.00 every square
inch of surface withiu our great levees, not
excepting the space occupied by houses or
anything else whatever, could be filled to
the depth of just an even fifteen feet.
This, it will be observed, would leave
no vacant space for basements or cellars,
none, for vaults under the sidewalkB, or
vaults in the baclc yards, none for cisterns,
nothing, in short but a smooth surface from
levcy to levee.
There is no guess work and no "abouts"
iu this thing. Figuers never lie. The
process is as simple as A B C. Here are
the figures: The levees enclose thirteen
hundred acres, or 91,000 square rods, or
6,292,000 square yard-, or 50,(3 19,000 square
feet, or 1,358,836,001) square inches. To
rais:; 0,292,000 square yards fifteen feet
will require just exactly 131,400,000 cubic
yards of earth, which at 30c. per yard would
amount to exactly $9,438,000.00, no more
no less. Now, if we leave vacaut space for
all tho cavities abovo mentioned the earth
taken from them would servo to raiso the
uncccupicd surface in the leveos several feet
higher, sufficiently high at any rate to give
surface drainago over the levees at their
highest points -and this, too, tor a little
matter of 15,502,000.00 less than tbe Ar
gus' modest and "re-lie-able" figures.
But it should be observed and distinctly
understood, that for the present, at least,
there is no thought at all ot filling the en
tiro surface of the city to a point where
surface drainago can be had over the tops
of tho levees. The object is to commence
mark the word, please, Mr, Argus, to
commence, filling the streets, only tbo
streets. Tbe filling or lots is a matter
over which the city council has no control,
under existing circumstances, and must bo
loft with the proper y holders alone. And
ti e filling of tbo streets atone as proposed,
eveiiy lineal foot of street in the city, to
a depth ot fifteen feet above their present
level, would coHt luss than, one-fifth as
much as it would to till the entire city to
that depth. This is demonstrable by fig
ures hIbo, but wo have'ut spaco for them
Just como again Mr. Argus, but moro
Pain in back which is often the sign of
kidney trouble, is cured by tho groat pain
reliever, St. Jacobs Oil. A few thoroagh
applications at night increase the circula
tion, reuiyve tho prin, and give health.
S. H. BARRETT & CO'3
MON.VTBU EX HUH TION THE CKOWO IT AT
TIIACTBD A OIlAND CIUCUS AND A WHOLE
JUNOLE OF ZOOLOOICAL WONDBKS.
Saturday, tho occasion of S. II. Barrett
ACo's exhibition in this city was a lively
day. At an early hour people from all
parts of tho BUrrouuding country filled our
streets, anxious to sou this colossal circus
and menagerie make its grand entree or
street parade. The parade was a superb
one and met with approval upon every aide.
At the afternoon exhibition tho largo circus
tent was crowded with anxious spectators
to see tbo wonderful riding, tumbling and
slack ropo performance aud other remarks'
bio performances done in tho ring by tbo
Barrett show. Everything was as repre
sented, and the largo audience was Inde
scribably delighted with tho afternoou en
tertainment. Tho famo of tho afternoon's
performance was heralded all over tho city
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Disinfect, your PREMISES. 1V haven Urm
COPPERAS, CHLORIDE ot LIME,
BR0M0 CHLORALUM, (JIRONDIN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc.,
Also GENUINE DALMATIAN
I... i . . .
17 imivmiwea ami crearen a great lies ro
to see it among those who were not able ta
get there 111 the alternoon.
The result was a general ruh at tl 1
night. Extra seats had to be arranged be
tween tho tiers and ring to accommodate
the crowds. Everytbini: connected with
this monster menagerie, caravan, museum
and circus was strictly fiist class and 6hould
oe seen by young and old.
Tho comprehensiveness and infinite va
riety and rarity of the grand zoological col
lection delights the naturalis' and anuses
and instructs all. It is a creation reflecting
display of tho rniihtiest and fiercest beasts
of the tropica and jungles; the curious and
beautiful bird of a thousand forest islec,
and even the mysterious depths of the ocean
and the marshy beds of tropical rivers have
oem explored to secure gigantic emnhibirr
ana repitilian monsters.
The great feature of the Barrett is that
from the entrance o it vast zoological gar
den to the exit of its R ime-eclipsini.' arena.
everything challenges attention anil admi
ration, while the elegance and decorum
with which cverv department of the great
confederation is con Iticted, secure the
patronage and approval of the most refined
and attracts number who are not In the
habit of attending public entertainment of
The audience on aturdv night was es
timated at lO.Oof). Oil Citv Derrick.
YESTERDAY'S UOTKI. ARRIVALS,
John M Martin, New York; V I, Bab-
cock, St. Liuis; Chas Lutz, same Jas A
Scudder, Terre Haute; E J Mabme, Sikes.
u, Mo;C M Silliman, Louisville; J Mim-
micks, same;!' F Moore, Fort Smith; Wm
Evers, Blandville; W L McCutchcr, Hick
man ;V N Harris, Jm-kaon, Ti nn; EB
Keley, Mobile; P C Callahan, hame; M.
Annie Haeding, Wet Point, M s-; J I Mc
Bloran, Uiliu, III; R D Mdraugh and wile
Union City, Tenn; D P Shoffner, same; Dr
R W Duuhain, and wife, NewYoik; L C
McClurc, Iudiunapnlis; Din Hogan, Mound
City ; Anna Hoiiiia.die, Germany; J T Bar-
Ice, Cincinnati; L Sch ufield, same; CO
Anderson, Memphis, Tciin; Lee TeUtnthal,
Chicago; T D Hinchi lilfe, St. Lou',, Mo;
11 members of the Shief Agar company;
M S Moore, St. Louis; C W Judd, Mem
phis, Tenn.; T W White, HeinunJo, Miss.;
EE Elliott, Chicago, Ills.; A 1) Miller,
Columbus, ).; W A liw-h and wife, Char
leston, Mo.; Dollie Nalee, Charleston, Mo.;
S B Caldwell and daughter, Charleston,
Mo.; Chas E Leech, Charleston, Mo.; A
Ouante, Metropolis, III.; Mrs I) Drumb,
three children, Bloiun'ield ; E L Gooc, St.
Louis, Mo.; H L Lonly, Bertram!, Mo.; J
M House, Chicago; (; M Jester and wife,
Boisnan, Tex.; B II Wisdom, Paducah,
J A OI"t, Cambridgep irt, Mass.; J M
J M S.iolulle, Chicago; M Spell, sune; W
II Brewster, Carbondalc; T W Bowman,
Boton Rouge, La.; C Hogeland, Louisville,
Ky.; JT Hirlee. Cincinnati, ().; II A
Smith, Chicago; F Kopp, Piggotf, Ark.;
Edward Miller, Denver, Col.; J 15 Simpson,
Ouhton, Tex.; M T Freeman, Chicago; J
W Keegan, St. Lmis; (J F Swartllgle,
Kankakee; O II Bristol, Chicago; H Miller,
Du Quoin; E C Fields, St. Louis.
rpUECITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, ffll OO.OOO!
A General Bankini? BukIuph
TJIOiS V. UALMDAV
JNTEKPIUSE SAVING BANK,
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
W. BTRATTON, Cairo.
T. 1)1 HI), Mlsxoiirl.
STRATTON & BIRD,
No. M Ohio Luvon, Cairo, 111.
tVAiiiHi American Powder Co,
OHIO LK V F.K
and Cor. Jit li & Wash. Ave.
WM. OKI 1 LEU,
fhop on Ili'llilny Av-run', hriwct'ti I'.urth and
SUIll MIV.M ''mm, llllliuit
TAll kind nl luM ul M.-vy hlr kmllhlntr,
ijti and rarrirn,") work dune In tlie rao-l work
mnnlUtf manner. U .r.:-.iiflMg a ;!.-ialtjr and
"CITY (il'X STORE"
Oldest in th city; ctah!ished in 1862.
C-'iu'l Ae , lii-twtva '.'Hi and loth Sin.
MA NT PA '"IT RE II 4 !)Kt.Klt IS AU KINDS
S B O T-G U XS.
AmnmmMoD f all '! rr i.M i, n'v un hand at
Hon OM Hll. Km.
vm nil rrpt.rltiK in ail kui'U of tneta!. Keyi
tf ail diMM-riptiona made ' ord r. and aa'Ufaclloa
warranted I ilvo uit' a rail. runririril fur
Tourm-lf. at trie a un nf ill ' l)l(t dl'.N."
JOHN A. KOKIILEK.
V. Cm l'ronrn ior, Otlro. III.
and I 1 rummiH
rial Avi um-,
( Cairo, Illinois.
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