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TilL DAILY 0AI11O BULLETIN :' WEDNIDAY MOliNING, MARCH 5, IS84.
HARK FROM THE TOMBS."
A Monopolist's Lainont for tho Fail
ure of Wattorson'a Prosa-Muz-zllng
Bill la Congress.
Some Truth and Much Falsehood Ex
torted from the Unwilling Lipa
of a Modem Baalam.
Great is the Power of the Press, and
the Rural Rooster is its
Xkw YoitK, March 4. A Washington
telcpram to the New York Sun says:
Members ot Congress from the rural dis
tricts have been ln-Hrim; from country
editors, especially the editors of country
dailies, ou the tn-ojiosed news copyright
law. The measure has no chance to
through the House, it is as well to say, to
save trouble. Enough members nre al
ready pledged against it to defeat it.
Scarcely a Representative, aside from
those of large cities, can be found who
will not quickly say; "I am under
pledge to vote against the bill." One, a
Democrat too, said: "I believe the princi
ple of the proposed measure is just.
For the life of me 1 can't see why prop
erty in news ought not to be proUvtcd as
well as property in any other form. Hut
if I should vote for the bill it would be
my political death. There are In my ilis
trict four country dailies. Three of thi-ni
use what they call 'news plates' six
columns of stereotyped plates stolen
bodily from tho city morning papers. It
is done in this way: In the large cily u
firm gets hold of the morning paper at
four o'clock, scissors out the
best news, hasit set up in
six columns in an hour and a
half, and their makes as many stereo
typed plates of that as can be sold to
country dailies. The plates are sent out
on the early morning trains, the country
publisher has his forms ready, and slaps
these plates in and goes to press, and by
the time the city papers are half delivered
in the town the local daily Is out with the
same news in it, whii'h it hasn't paid a
cent for, not even as much as the ordi
nary cost of type-setting, though that six
columns of news may have co.t the city
publisher hundreds of dollars. Now,"
aid this observing but cowardly Con
gressman, "I look on such work as
thievery, but the proprietors of every
daily In my district have written that if
this proposed 1)111 passes they are ruined,
and will be compelled to stop' their dallies.
Some of them insinuate and others say
boldly that 1 ought to know on which
Hide Of the case my bread and butter
rests, and 1 do, too. Lf 1 was ready to
renounce public life, J would vote for
that bill with pleasure. As it Is, 1 can't."
There are several Congressmen like
this, though the most of them are less
honest, and try to make themselves be
lieve it would be wrong to Mop the
One Ohio editor who uses these stereo
type plates is said to have written every
member ot Congress from his Mate un'i
every vote lor this proposed copyright
would lie a political death warrant, (ireat
Is the power of the country editor, and
this most just of propositions will fall
AX ENVIAIil.i: IIKI'ITATJOV
Did Not Save the Employer of JohnW.
Hawkins from Being Koblied.
BtiFALO, X. Y., March I. John W.
Hawkins, United States Lumber In
spector and private secretary to Nelson
Holland, of Clarke, Iloll ind & Company,
lumber dealers, Is charged with the em
bezzlement of money belonging to Mr.
Holland uggr gating fcliyw. Hawkins
does not deny the charge. Ilollun 1 de
clines to say whether lie will prosecute
criminally or not. The money is sup
posed to have been lost in wheat specula
tion. Hawkins has heretofore enjoyed
an enviable reputation.
IXJWN THE Hivr.lt.
The Mississippi Doing- I&ach Damage
Opposite Helena-Other Streams.
Helena, ARK., March 4. The liver
roxe In the last twenty-four hours two
Inches, and is now stationary. The gauge
f-howg the water to be two inches ubovc
the high water mark of 15,3 and three
inches below that of l Ssi', the highest on
record. The pit nation is very pre
carious here this morning. The
wind is from the east, and the rush
of waves on the levee is washing it ven
badly. Unless the wind shifts or ceases
there is little hopes for the lower portion
of the city. It may be well to state that
fhould the water come over, there is :
portion of Helena that Is as high above
the overflow as St. Louis, consequently
we have advantages that no other place
on the Mississippi from Missouri to the
Oulf has. The water Is now over the
Memphis & Vicksburg liailroad, which is
just east of Helena in Mississippi. About
llftecen miles of the roail bed is new and
the damage that will be done is incalcula
ble. The White Kiver at Cian-ndon is
steadily falling, and the St. l'rau is at
Madison is risiic at therateof four inches
in twenty-four hours.
The Danville Riot Investigation.
Washington, d. C, March 4. When
the Danville Investigation was resumed
this morning, Mr. Wise took exception
to the olllcial report as to his remarks in
relating the vl.iits of colored members of
he Legislature to his house, and claim
ed that Un: report did him great injustice.
K'-I'ly'n.g to Mr. Vance Wise said he
always tre;a,.d m,.M (.Mt wi.,h,r
wb.te or c.,l.,r.., members, without,
J J. Vance, whit,, 1uily ( 0i,,tor
of internal Revenue, t. mui,,! ,int wllUe
men declared In his presem:(;U
before election that tin v inti,i,.i ,..t "
ing the election, and advised him t-)'st"v
at home or there would be u.,i!i,
men nuid thev had :.,! t,,i. . .
nigger rule long enough, Tin m -r.",."
were afraid to go to the polls on account
of these threats.
While test dying the wit m ss leaned over
displaying the handle of a good ,.,.,
revolver in his hip pocket. The Incident
caused a smile.
Charles Wood, colored, slated that on
Sunday night preceding the election LeU
met hilii and advised him to gi, home.
Witness replied that this was a Ir.e
country; be had a right to do as he picas
cd, Lea said the Democrats were going
to carry the election if ttey had to kill
every damn nigger in the place. The w it
ness didn't ote in consequence of this
and other threats, as he was afraid of be
Washington, I). C, March 4. The re
marks to which Mr. Wise took exceptions
in the olllcial report of his testimony in
the Danville Investigations were: "Tho
fact that 1 ucree with them politically
don't mean 1 would Invite them to my
house. I couldn't do such a thing In Vir
ginia and inaintan any social standing.
There's no such condition of things there.
Hlack members of the Legislature coming
to consult me politically go to my kitchen
and send up their message. 1 go into the
back yard and see them." Those
present at the hearing say his
words were correctly reported. Wise's
revision is as follows: "The fact that
1 agree with them politically don't
mean that I invite them to my houe, so
cially. I couldn't maintain my social
standing. There's no such condition
there. For example, a black member of
the Legislature coming to consult with
me politically, you would think, being a
member of the Legislature, he would
go to the front door; but he went to
the kitchen, his mother being my cook,
and sent up his message. 1 went into the
Forbade the Bans.
Sr. Loiis, Mo., March 4. The last
Tuesday in February was to be the wed
ding day of Kate O'Connell, a pretty Irish
lassie of Father Tobin's Parish. The
bridegroom elect, Fdward D. Oleason
for some mouths assistant steward at the
Planters' House, took his betrothed to the
confessional .Monday night. While they
ere absent the good mother of the bride
was at home with the bridesmaid and
groomsman urranging for the morrow's
event. A stranger knocked at the
door and called her Into the hall.
Tho result of her conversation
with him, like a good Catholic,
she reported to Father Tobln, saying noth
ing to liny one else. The next morning
as the wedding party assembledat Katie's
home ready for the ceremony at eight
o'clock, Father Tobin was banded the
follow ing dispatch from Cleveland, O.
"Ed. 1). Oleason was married by me to
Bridget Jiurkc, April ls7'J.
Jami:s P. Maloxy."
Oleason was just about to join his
bride at the altar, w hen a friend, presum
ably the groomsman, Ulich Welsh, told
him of the discovery, and he escaped ar
rest by skipping tin." town. Mrs. O'Con
nell says that Welsh knew of Oleasou's
wife iu Cleveland all the time.
IIl'XTINO KornTYX AM IT E US .
London, March 4. The excitement
over the recent dynamite plots and the
large rewards offereojLthja
the aitJiaTJfTTn77mTniges have stimu
lated the police to renewed efforts for tho
capture of the perpetrators. It is learned
this morning that the detectives have in
formation to the effect that the Irish
Americans wlioarrived at Waterloo Sta-
t ion from Southampton, on February 12th,
important clues were found, have es
caped to France, and are now in Paris.
Several leading F.nglisli detectives have
gone there, and are said to be on the
track of the alleged culprits. The ser
vices of a number of prominent French
detectives have been secured to assist the
English detectives, not only in searching
for the live Irish-Americans mentioned iu
these dispatches yesterday, against whom
strong circumstantial evidence has been
obtained, but also in keeping a close
watch on all Americans arriving at Hor
dcaux, Havre andJJivst. The authorities
of Scotland Yard say that within the next
twenty-four hours they expect to have
two of the authors of the dynamite plots
in custody, and that they have evidence
sulllcient to secure their conviction.
ONE A1HAI1) ANI TJIF. OTIIKIi P.tltE NOT.
Pai:is, March 4. The French Academy
of Science has declined to comply with
Prime Minister Ferry's request to elect
delegates to the coming Meridian Con
gress at Washington, oi ti e ground that
the Government should appoint them.
Ferry is unwilling to send Government
delegates, expecting that the Congress
will vote to make the Greenwich meridian
St. Pktkr.sIickg, March 4. All the pre
liminary arrangements for the funeral of
the late Minister Hunt, which takes place
in the American Chapel, have been com
pleted. Keligious services will be con
ducted by an American chaplain with two
assistants. The liusi;in Ministers, the
diplomatic corps, court ol'icials and resi
dent Americans will be present.
j.ONiK.N, March 4. Xellis, the Irish in
former who surrendered yesterday ' to
the Greenock police, stated that the mur
derers of the Earl of Lcitriin were Pat
rick McLaughlin, a (raveling Fenian,
Thomas Hunt and Michael McGinn.
He says be heard McLaughlin confess
that lie flint Lord Leilrim. The mur
der was planned in London. The last he
knew of McLaughlin's movements was
that he went to Dublin in I Ml', and gave
Carey two knives and i'.Vi of the secret
London, March 4. I long Kong ad.
vices of tills dale report that a collision
has occurred between the Chinese sol
diers ami Europeans at Shanghai. A
small body of the former assaulted sev
eral of the latter and wounded two with
colliding stkam rns.
London, March 4. The steamer Bertha
collided nt Gibraiter with the Norwegian
bark Amalia. Nine per-ons were drowned.
I has not itr.r.x oi:di.im:i to hktihk.
London, March 4. The Marquis of
Partington, Secretary of War, states that
General Graham has not been ordered
(ton lire to Trinkitat, as was rumored,
, nor has be been directed 1o attack Osman
I III'. HASSAI.A (iAIIIIISON.
London, March 4 Mr
PimUt Foreign Secretary, Mated that no
u.ieiMn wouiu oe made to relieve Kas
sala, as it was believed that the garrison
conld be withdrawn without clllllculty,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Mr. Thomas Slou's family nunibcw
one more fcinco Sunday. It is a Loup yeir
Mr. J. A. Goldstine is back from Nov
York, where he bought heavily for tlio
Epring trade here.
Ice, wood anJ kindling, at City Brew
ery, Jacob Klee. tf
Mr. Charles L.French, agent of th
Glenn Falls Iusurance Company at Ches
ter, was in the city yesterday.
Ice in the Mississippi river does not
prcTent navigation. Steamers come and
go between here and St. Louis without
difficulty. The ice is all new made and
not very henry.
We are still ready to sell our entire
stock of clothing. G.ildstine & Rosenwater
Mr9. N. E. Jacobs arrived Monday
from Jackson, Tenn., on a &hort visit to her
pc.rents here. Her son, only eleven month
ol'l and weighing thlrty-fjve pounds, is the
object of much interest.
A. R. Bradeen and wife are at The
Halliday. Mr. Bradcen is General Agent
of The Equitable, and will remain several
weeks in the city, in the interest of his
The elevator was getting ready to
start again yesterday. Belts that had been
taken olf at tho approach of high water in
tho basement, were being replaced, and tne
tjreat institution will probably ba in full
Charleston Courier: "The railroad
company is making preparations to open
their Hues of road to Bird's Point and B'.'!
mont is soon as possible. Large numbers
ot ties are being hauled to the high water
ready to be used as soon as the men can
find standing room to work in."
' "What a waste of water," Baid a milk
man as lie anchored his canoe, to the win
dow sill of ono of bis customers, and gazed
sorrowfully in upon a confusion ot house
hold goods floating in ten inches ot the
subs' ance that usually formed a large part
of bis lacteal fluid. From ''Recollections
of the Flood." bgJElil-IT.P'-
The firm of Goldstine & Rosenwater
art now receiving daily large lots of dry
ttt-r)fverydeecription, everything in
the newest styles, which they are display
ing upon their counters and shelves for the
inspection of the ladies, snd offering at the
lowest market prices. Ladies are invited
to call at once and make their selections.
Those who may have been led to be
lieve that dunag r eoruarj jU9t paseu me
precipitations were greater than in tho same
mouth last year will be surprised to learn
of their error. According to bcrgcant
Ray's report last month's precipitations,
5.53, was 2.49 .inches less tkau the same
mouth last year and 4.50 less than in Feb
The Cairo box and basket factory is
o lly awaiting the arrival of logs now on
the wy here, to start its wheels atJ turn
out 35,000 feet of lumber per day. The
expansive yards are already crowded w ith
timbers ready for the carpenter's tools,
but a building boom is confidently ex
pected and will be anticipated here as
Ell i Liyd and Susan Jenkins, two
sable damsels inhabiting Thirteenth street,
"shot off ' their mouths and their fists at
each other yesterday and were fitied for the
olfensc by Judge Ribinson, presumably
under the ordinance prohibiting the reck
less handling and dangerous weapons and
the discharge of arms except for certain
The semi-annual meeting of the South
ern Illinois Pre83 Association will b? held
at Liederkrauz, hall, Belleville, on Friday
and Saturday, March 28th and 29th, 1884.
The meeting is intended as a reunion of all
the newspaper men in the Southern Grand
Division, no matter of what political creed
or religious faith. It will bo no junketing
excursion, but a sound practical meeting
for the purpose of exchanging views and
discussing matters of importance to the
A man named Wra, Gatlin, living in a
cottage on Washington avenue, opposite
the postoffice, died there Sunday night,
leaving a wile and several children in
straightened circumstances. Through the
efforts of Mrs. Ford, member of the Ward
Charity Committe, means were provided
for burying the remains and the survivors
are receiving aid from the Ladies' Charit
able Society. Deceased bad been sick for
a long time. Ho was a son-in-law of Mrs.
Mr. George Hendricks, the carpenter,
is engaged in overhauling an old frame
cottage at the northeast corner fTwellth
and Poplar streets. The building is ono of
the old ones in the city, but is well pre
served. It lias until now been a residence,
but is to bu changed into a business house
for a grocery store. It. belongs to Mr.
John Sullivan. Mr. James Summerwell,
who is one of the several animated ency
clopedias of events in Cairo of old, sayi tho
house was built in 1854, and that John
Brodcrick was born in it.
Chairman C. N. Hughes, of Congres
sional Republican Central Committee, has
received answers to his calls for a meeting,
from nearly all the members, signifying
their intention of being here on tho day
fixed for the meeting of tho coramittcpt
S.e effort should bo made by citizens
h induce the committee! decide upon
Cio as the place for the Congressional
CVention. There aro enough retsmi3
an good ones, in favor of selecting this
cii to easily conviuce most auy one not
pridice against U9, of tho superiority of
Csiovur any other point in the district;
bul no cll irt is made to get it we d in't
derve to get it. The conversion is worth
haig and what is worth having is worth
sting fur. So let's strive for it. Tlie
comttee is to meet at The Halliday in a
I -The total precipitation of last month
ler was 5.58 inches. The highest tem
erure was 09, en tie 4th j the lowest 12,
Oj he 14th; the greatest daily range, 27,
is ,e 19th; least daily nnge, 7.3 on the
Stl The prevailing direction of wiad
tasiorth and smith; total movement,
G94Cmiles; highest velocity, 43 miles, on
the th. The mean teir perature wis 42
abovzeto, which was 3.2 higher thin tho
samoionth last year, and 7 degrees lower
than iit of the same mouth the yeer be
fore. These figures are from Sergeant
Ihy'uionthly report for February.
.-. Benson and Mr. Wm. Butler have
1-eenloing some good work within the
last fv days in the way ot disputing of
tho rions left here in the former's charge
by th Curie Caldwell. Seeing that (he
provims were npidly amusing eieilnr
tino -op irtioas, figuratively speikit g as
few any of tit ne tor whom they were
left he could apply for them, they started
out i skiff u.i in this coun'y and in
Pulad coiuty Monday, where they found
upwils of twenty families win were in
wantiy reism of the fl m 1 an l to wln.ni
theys.-iied ra'ims accordingly to their
need The gentlemen have '"struck the
rightrail" in the nutter of getting rid of
the rions avl their efforts merit ail prv.se.
Prepations were also male yesterday for
sen 1 g a supply to several fa miles at Reel
foot anding below here, who suffered in
the tc storms.
"oung Will Wright is in the city for a
few ayj, having uriive I yesterday fiom
Lomgeles county, California. II) gives
such lowing deg.'.iiptiNus fcf the climate,
cma y, &a., th it one listening is struck
hardTith the California fi ver. Tho cli
mate as certainly done well fur him
ni le .ini a bronze I bearded man, the pic
ture o; robust health, lie brings equiily
good ro irfs of the effect of the climate on
the hftlth of h's father, C- pt. W. P.
Wrigh; who is located oti a fruit farm at
DiUrtl Lis Angolei c.un y, dgr.leen
mil rom the city of Los Angles. Cap
tain Vright remembered his Cairu lrim.i-,
auioifo ,L Tmf P.ri i fttv. and one of
hbuKV remembrances came by the band of
Win, 11 the way on the b-ng journey, in
the sb of a magnificent basket of Iruit
from tl trees on their beautiful firm at
Duarte. The specimens are handsome,
especial! the mammoth orange, a species
raised b graft! ng on tl e Chinese lsnx n,
and the. grow so largo the na:ives call
them "wjer-mellons." The sample bef-re
us measres 13 incites around and 14
inches ovr the stein. In the bafket was a
siigle brncli about a foot long, cut from
one of lij or.mge trees, with twenty-six
largo fulUdeveloped ripe oranges on it.
This is ait-x'ra large bunch and may be
cinsidereta curiosity, as it is seldom seen
ven on tr g grown in CMif.mia's produc
tive soil, i'ne basket contains samples of
limes, Bunler than a lemon, "little but
mighty" -j mr. Their place is fenced by
a hedge ti lime trees that arc very produc
tive, the hpUin liavi'ig gathered and mar
keted aliidy twenty-four thousand limes.
The oranjfg are sold by the hundred on
t'ie trecjthe purchaser gathering and box-
rri ... ....
iok iiieii) i ue price outaine i tins year is
$:lto .fJ50 per hundred. Captain Wright's
orliard ioiihists of tn acres iu oranges,
u1 acres in grapes, the balance in limes,
lejons and other liuitp, and is situated at
thfoot of the hills, considered the most
datable location i i that section of coun
trj Will has come back to Cairo to ac
cmpany bis mother to her new home and
tjluok after the shipment of household
gls. The citizens of Cairo will part
wi regret with Mrs. Wright, as they did
wji her genial husband, and wish her and
tli family God i-peed and all the success
anhappinesi that could pussibly be hoped
fon the "garden spot" that will hereafter
ivo columns of communications are
pujished in the II ii to., Md., News, from
reisentalive men all over the world, ceni
fyr to the efficacy of St. Jacobs Oil, the
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT,
'hurras. The members of the Rough and
Hdy Fire Company h ive heard with deep
al heirtfelt reyret of the death ofiln-ir
fit id and companion, Leo Kleb, one who
W for so many years associated with them
a member of the company, and wlmsn
gel fjuilities have endeued him to all
actuated with him; therefore be it,
isulved, That wo desire to pay
humble tribute to his memory
his ninny good qualities. He
waja good citizen, a warm friend and
lojg and devoted husband and lather.
iiolved, That wo deeply deplore and
mr n his Ioks and join in sympathy with
thorrow of his bereaved family.
solved, That us a token of respect a
lor f our jurnal bo h apart as a token,
(in that these resolutions be inscribed
th on, and that each member wear the
us I badge of mourning of the tern of
tlijy days and company's hall bu draped in
miming for tho same length of time.
solved, That a copy ol these resolu-
tih no lurrHstied tho oereavcu lamily ana
if bo published in the daily pipers.
Geo. J. Bkckeii.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
Till, Copper and Aaato Ironware.
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fpeciul Wurriiry Deeds,
lie'il B-tuti! M.lt io,
Kecutions, Sumin'-ns, Venire,
Garnishee; Brinks, ice.
K'v,o nf Clitti'tro
All pnisons sull' rurj; Imiu Cuhs, Colds,
AsthiuH, Bronchitis, Loss of Voice, or an af
fection ot the Throit and L'.ris, are re
quested to eull at Bircluy Bros' drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, free of
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar-size bottle will do. Call early. (3)
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and I" .ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Sirs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. I', will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhiea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syi up for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and le?t female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Do Sot Be Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements every win re it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really does as recommended.
Electric Bitters we can vouch for as being
a true and reliable remedv, and one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Utomuch and Liver Complaints, Dis
eases of the Kidneys and Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, ive them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle bv Barclay Bros. (3)
Daiilokks, I'd.. July 28th, 1893. We
have used in our families and sold to others
your Family Medicines for the lust ten
years. We have found Merrell's Female
Tunic a specific for ell Femule diseases.
Merrell's Cough Ba'smn is the best remedy
we ever used for Coiiuhs, Colds, Asthma,
Croup and all Lung Diseases. In fact, no
family can afford to be without Merrell's
Family Medicines. Respectfully,
M. Buiiton & Co., Druggists.
"Wi H's lleslth Renewer" restores health
and viijor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence,
Sexual Debility. $1.
"Roiisli on Toothache'
Inst int relief; quick cure. Toothache,
Neuru'.giii, Facenche. 15c. at druggists.
Catarrh of the Bladder.
Stinging, irritation, inflammation, nil
Kidney ami Urinary Complaints, curtid by
"Buehu-paiba." S?t. 1
Veni, Vidi, Vict I came, I Baw, I con-qtH'red--is
adaptable to Allen's Bilious
Physio. It quickly relieves ConstipMion,
Piles, Sick Headache, &c, 25 Cents. At
all Druggists. (4)
Bii'l Case of St. Vitus Dauco.
Minister, is the singular name- of a town
Rituated in Aii'.'luize, Co., Ohio. It is the
residence of Mr. ,T. Brandewie, who writes:
"Samaritan Neivino permanently cured my
son ot a bad case of St. Vitus Dance."
T? A WJP.S VTTl? "NT A f!P.S
CLARK & LOVETT,
I CAIRO, ILL.
! Telephone No 103
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No.icr-- in i'-: colli ;uiit! o-i- mn; ,,t in)ceiu
on iu-x-ri ion ur $1 m je r ce!c.
V "l t' I )A r ?::!iii!c nii:i In tvery cminty,
" JJil'ij nmntif iciurc, hmI" employ
atfcLtf to ro t a ui-i ftn h i:ci linl(l nrticlo :i o .er
Ccin. prullt. Only gi.'j I o r q n i ri d lor midline unrt
imtfli. HvLfl 5j cmia ior tiini(i!e Mid lull Ji&rti'.u
Address. A. P. CLEMENTS,
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If Lljl'lJCe, pii-Mntit w.rk at tlm
ulcftfHiit w. rkai tlmlr own
home; J to gt a usy m-ii mile; orlc iciit bv
niiiil; i u c:iew!!i'. Adiirc-a K. Ilidd A Co.',
box 1.'j7, Diibuque, I j. iK4 Im
Clarkson & Bowers,
No. .'JO th St , Cairo, 111.
tSf"Gotid Stock arid 1'ilcii livumuMo.jgl
Patrick T. 3IcAlpine,
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!M:nt to rclr.
8th8t.,fccf. Oulo I.eveu &, Cuii.mircla! Ave.
OAIKO. - - -
Repairing' neatly done at short notice.
pV VOllK STOUK,
WUOLKSAI.B AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN Till'. CITY.
GOODS SOU) VfillY CLOSE
XEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor.Niie.t'onthPtrertl Piiivn HI
I'uniBiorc i Avr.0") ',tlJM, 11 .
13G & 138 Com'l Ave.
hsve recelvo'l a full and complete lino
ol now K ill aud Winter
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Cloaks, rolinans, Motions, Etc.
A heavy ptock of Body nru?c:, Tapcr
tnus aud iLraia
A full stock of Oil Cloth.", oil Mze and pdcee .
Clothing & Gents9 Furnish'g Goods
A full and Loraiileti" stock Is now buing
cIopui ont&t great barKaius.
Ciooda at Hottoin Prioosl
X-1. 32. inoe,
Mannfactarer and Dealer In
flth Street, between Cora'l Atb. aud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINU8 OP AMTJ.VITION.
Safen Kesaired, AJ1 Kinds ol Ki;? Made.
FLOUR, GSAIN AJJD HAT
Egyptian Flouring Mil 1 r
Hlhsst Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
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