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70HW H. OSERL.V-, Editor.
Ex-Senator Doollltlc will lin Hip orator
ntthodaynt Kalamazoo, Michigan, on
tho coming Fourth.
. Somebody In Salt I.aUc rordmiiicmls
rrcsKlcml Grnnt to appoint Mr. Mnry
I.lvormorc tioVcrnor of I'tali.
A Pltll.ADr.M'HIA Kvr:Aiu,ix.
riillailelplila burled a centenarian tin;
other dav. Itnt she docs not mourn as
one who can not be comforted, for (lie de
ceased was an KtiglUlitnaii, and had only
resided In tlili country during the hit
quarter of his hundred year, and come
iiucutly could not he utilized for the
Miow of 1770. His name was .Taylor, he
was one hundred and three years old, and
he had chewed tobacco vigorously ever
since he was a youngster.
TIIK TEXAN BOKDER.
Affairs on Hie Texas )Krder Iicg'u to
look serious. News has lieen received
hy Gen. Sheridan nt Clilcnjo of au en
gagement on the 12th Wtwoeii n com
pany of Texas trK,p !iml jiarlyof
Mexican cattle Vti!ive. The Mexicans
had twelve billed mid the Texans one,
In the, Uffray. It was niiilrljiiiliil (hat
t-'of.'ina would cross Into Tcxa'.uud Sherl
fiau announces that if troops arc needed,
ho will order (hem from New Orleans.
A LADY VAI.r.DK'TOIlIAX.
The closing cxcrcUcs tit McKendree
College last week were marked by an In
novation on former programmes on like
occasion. The valedictory address was
delivered by a lady, the first upon whom
the college lias bestowed the honor. Mks
Lottie Dresser, of Greenville, demonstra
ted, says a witness, "in u grand and prac
tical way, woman's capabilities" The
graduation class numlK'red nineteen, four
f whom wcro ladles.
CHEAP NC'IIOOI, 1IOUKN.
The parents of (he pupils In the Chi
cago public schools pay on an average
Xme hundred and ninety thousand dol
lars a year lor school book. The ques
tion has become a serious one, and to the
board of education has been suggested a
plan by which the larger part ol this out
lay may be saved totho parent. The
proposition is that the board ot cdnca-
Hon buy school books direct from Hie
publishers and sell thcnilwitli no advance
on their price, to.lhe pimlls. The cost, to
the people, ol school books, Is increased
forty per cent by their purchase through
booksellers, and this large sum buyers
can illy aftord to spend. Tho means of
saving It proposed Is simple and expedi
ent and will doubtless.be adopted in Chi
cago as It has been in other cities.
The Louisville Cvitrier-Juumal ridi
cules the rather loud pretensions of the
Kecly motor In Hie following racy stylo :
"Another new motor, quite us wonderful
and trustworthy as thatofMr. Kqely.has.
just been lnvcmeu uy a .leuersonvuic
man, who has gone alter tho patent.
The revolution It will create In traveling
promises to be of the most extraordinary
sort. Kvery man his own balloon,' I
the idea of the inventor, and when he
gets back he will demonstrate theperiect
simplicity of his plan by given an exhi
bition, In which he will 1IR himself hy
his trowsers (the trowers being on him
nt the time) and pass swiftly up and
downward, going directly to Chicago or
thereabouts, where ho will descend and
send back a telegram seven hours after
wards. He will use neither fuel nor
steam only a biscuit, with which lie
will check tho trcshened appetite Insepa
rable from so hasty a journey through
the air. A large stock company is await
ing the developments, and refusing to
sell at any price."
NIIOUI.D NOT THROW NTONEN.
The Philadelphia Press cites the case ol
the barbarous treatment of a colored girl
In Mississippi, related by Charles Nord
hofl. as a reason why "States, where such
scenes take place, cannot be governed on
me same principles ami in mo same way
in which Pennsylvania Is governed."
The vision f the Vreti is evidently ob
scured by the very large beam
in its eye. The lawlessness'
In the mining regions of Pennsylvania,
which has many times In the last year
broken out Into bloodshed, culminating
In murder and into numerous leser
crimes, has never been excelled by any
thing of tho same kind even In the Ill
governed and "unreconstructed" States
of the South. The regions of the State
where tho Molly Magulres nourish have
not been governed at all, mid their In
habitants acknowledge no law, save their
own deuant passions. The 1'ren shows
bad judgment hi criticizing Southern
lawlessness, and attracts attention tifmV
organized crlmo existing within thobni
dm of Its own btate. .
EAHTimilAKE IN CENTRA I.
The New York Htrald of the 12th int
""uwte tun particulars or the late ter
rible cnrttmunkQ III Central America, bv
which thlrty-Uve thousand persons were
nwepioui, oi exigence. Six towns wer
uesiroyeu, can Csyetona. Santlmm.
Gramolto, Asboleda, CneutlUa, and San
Cristobal. These towns contained sev-
.awll.t ...... . I
vmilj nuill lu uiousaivl t(,
Mxtccn thousand Inhabitant. qiu
section of country where then
uiwiis were suiiaieu, embraced tl.e re
coil round ubout where Columbia and
Venezuela Join, and was In some respects
Hit most productive portion ot the
country, its codec being the chief com
modlty for which the place was famous
Thomwt Important city In the section
destroyed wu tliat of Sail Jose dc Cueuta
It wu situated on the boundary
of toe itepuuUc, and was founded
by Juan- Do Marten In IKK, Its
esUuuted population was about
('Bhtoen Uiousanil. It was the capital of
lit! Hldll! t H 'i'llllil' 'fL llllkifi:
llniil wcrdJIuiiwtliraU'dliulMifi, lie m
hiwiihuimiiiwih!uio nr Biiiiiiijii t.v
Miction, i'ltti accdtinu of Uto Vlt.li
liuako Hills fai tWelVcd, nru .hlwgo but
It Heeds ii itfclch or (he liimjjjitalloii lo
picture llie tbirlllle tixw, Wjilrh miistl
have niarlied the! MYlfl de(ru'e(loU of
llilrly-llve thousand people hy hue or the
mojf appalling c.irthiilnT.o. on record.
WAR AtJAIXNT OENTEl.t.
The art of getting through tho New
York custom house with any number of
trunks tilled wltli silks, laces, atul other
(hie fabrics of Kuropcan manufacture,
free of duly, which has been one easily
mastered by tourists returning Horn the
old country, will be practiced, under dllll
culties hereafter, If the efiorts made hj
tho customs bureau of Hie (reasury de
partment do not provo futile. Travelers
landing in this country, now have Hie fol
lowing qucillom put to (hem which (hey
answer under oath :
1. Are you nlonr, or If aceomianIed
by any of your family, enumerate them?
- How uvany trunks and other pack
ages do "you declare as personal baggage?
Of this number declared, does any
trunk or jwekage, or the contents there
of, belong (o any other person, or was It
bought hy you for any other peion?
I. I oes any trunk or package declared
by you contain any wearing apparel
which has not been In ue.
.. Docs any trunk or ackagu declared
by you roiiMln any piece ofgooiM, laces,
jewelry, or other Ilk.) efliiots, belonging
to yourself, or brought by you for any
0. Have you any dutiable articles upon
The Beeeher trial, according to several
of the noted lawyers engaged as counsel
therein, has developed that the
practice of perjury Is by no means
the uncommon crime It has
been supposed lo be. Hut the ordinary
tourUt, except in unusual cases, is nlthcr
n Heeeher nor a Tilton, nor a mutual
menu, and will not. tneretore care (o per
jure himself or herself lor the sake ol rare
metis, line Jewelry or rich silk. Hrl-
tow's questions and the oath under which
they must be answered, will stop in
large measure, mo surreptitious smug
gling indulged in by the large majority
of wealthy Kuropcan tourists.
'J lie lollowlng Hketsh of (Jen. Dun
ureen, wno uieil lately at Dalton, Geor
gia, has been going the rounds of tho
press, and contains some Interesting- facts
aiiouc die deceased.
He conducted the first parly organ ever
established in Washington. It was the
predecessor of the famous Globu ofltlalr
aim Hives, it was conducted by Duff
Green before General Andrew Jackson
Wits President of tho United States, hi
It was the .lackson paper, but In
a year or two (Hereafter, when .the ner
sonai quarrcil, arose between nennnii
lacKson ami Vice-President John 0. Cal
houn, lujrcgiird to certain matters which
uaci occurred In the Cabi
net of President James Mon
roe, hi 1811), when Calhoun
w rccrviury oi war, when tt censure
was proposed tobe, lmnosed.UDOU.11mi
.lucKsou on account ol lift Invasion of tho
Spanish province of Florida as a Mojor-
(iencr.il ol the Army, Green took the
part of Calhoun. He lost the favor of the
administration, and Francis P. Hlalr was
called from Franklort, Ky., where he was
then conducting the Argiu, to establish
the O(o0e hi opposition to tho
Ttltgrnph. That was forty-live
years ago. In 1835 the Ttltijruph
was merged in tho Washington Min or.
Gen. Green Uien wrote lora paper called
the Jtformalion up (o 1833. After this
time ho was sent to Europe on a public
mission by President Tyler. While
there he met Chevalier Wycoir, and re
turning to the United States he and Wy
cofl'niiullslicil a free-trade input-, the 'Jit-
public, hi New York. This he aban
doned In ISIS, and It was the last paper
with which ho was Identlllcd.
For many years previous to his deatli
General Green lived in retirement, almost
forgotten outside the Immediate circle o(
his acquaintance by those who have
grown to manhood and womanhood
within the past thirty years. Thurlow
U'..,l 1 I' i. ....
i. mi mm fraucui-, uiair, sr., repre
sent the class who best remember hlntas
one of Hie prominent men
of their day. Geneml
was in Memphis In 1SGU during tho ses
sion ot the Commercial CouveiiUou. He
presented a carefully written paper on
national finances. Wo beflove It waV liU
last public appearance in life. He wit
bern In Kentucky In 17D0. His wile was
.Miss I.ucrctla Edwards, dauithter ol X.
Edwards, Esq., who afterward became
Governor of Illinois.
A FEARFUL STORM.
QUINCY, ILL'., STRUCK BY A JBBAKFUM
A Nlllillicr l lloiiki'H Nhnllerpil. flii
IiJiir"cl K ,',,r,':,' l''r
UUINCV. I LI... .Illllii I.". Vi.voi. In ll.n
Idstory ot our city has so terrible and
iii-astrous a storm vUlted us as that of
ia-1 nignt. At a p. m., alter a sultry and
hot (hlV. HlO Storill-clnildd hmrnn
erlng, mid by 0 p. m. It was too dark to
w.-u wiiuoiu I "Ills. Frnm I ml
time till long niter midnight the
iigiiuiing pittyed, thunders roared,
and rain poured, almost without Inter
mission. 1 ho storm Ilrt caino Cmm ti
souineny direction, hut soon the wind
clmtiL'ed to uorlhwi.sf. Alnit u n'.,i,...i.
It was hi Its lury, and during the remain
der ot Its continuance the like may again
be Ken but never surpassed In grandeur
S!,.!',0-'",,,(,cn5. Uwns u"o uninter
rupted ror with almost incessant light-
Hm jMir'J!! 11,0 ''yo c,mU1 l,ot 'K'"'
t. (Jno-Iiuiruwttmo u fearfully brilliant
llhmilnatlou, Hie other hair worse than
and all tho time the rain pourhiR In tor
rents. This morning all our macadam
ized streets look us If they had been
scrubbed with brick find n,m
Iii connection with this fearful general
s orm a hurricane struck tho city about
7. V ,vt,;'i u"l oeiween uaK anu
vycuar, uihing a southwesterly direction.
' wniuajscii euiuc iwemy-nve or thlrt
iHiuses, among mein the large brie
vLm: ww. Mm uncv mM
ttllollieft ittiwn Ui t(u; tltl stol'l X ittli l
Slreet, llltl llmi JtisKWieo ot' Aldt'hiiiW
Aldilcll wns ulll-apliJd, tlmjfHof. fcarrW'i
sonni 'iOO foj;t.,Iiid placet! on llie street
pm track, stcc.iige as it tnay wiiij vllh
honsands lialr-ha'ftdtli escape only,
iini: tirn wa lost, i
tlliit Of John Mc line, (til old nual i-iiiccleil
elll.cii, a mcmtior of the County Itoari
orsniervlors, and a large hrlck manu-
laeiurer. iiowasoutiu jus nricK-yani,
looking oiler his properly, when (lie hur
ricane struck his yard and kilns, hurling
timbers in nil directions, one striking
hhu on the head, fracturing his skull. He
was found, covered wltli boards ami tim
bers, nud lllo entirely extinct. There are
several Injuries reported, but no danger
ous ones that 1 have heard
ol. Tim railroad tracks are all
more or less washed. The Missouri
Valley and Western lost n small bridge,
but Is all O. K. between here and Keokuk
now, but not between here mid Hannibal.
For several miles the water ruhcd over
tho track of the Qiilncy, Alton nnd St.
unuis. aim at several places wasneu inn
track-bed away. Hy 4 o'clock, however,
repairs had lieen made so that
from St. Louis and Hannibal. It is en
tirely Impossible to estimate the damage,
as the entire s(orni district lias not been
heard from. I think it safe to place It
lieyond S100.000 as far a heard from.
Till- f'tiiirl f AppeiiU Orolcrt Ills He-
ien' t riiin imo I'ciiin'iiiinr.r.
Ni:w Voiik. June 1.". The news that i
(he court ot appeals had tlnallv divided
in lavororTwecd nnd ordered Ills release
Ironi the iienltentiary circulated ti-day
through the city with great rapidity, and
Cor tlie', time takes precedence ill the
Heeeher trial. Shorlft Conner has taken
every precaution to secure the nrnst of
rweeu immediately niter Ins uisc'iarge.
Deputy SlierltV "Magonlgle, fiirni-hed
wltli an order of arrest in n civil Milt, has
been stationed on Muck well' Is
land for several days, nnd will
arret the ex-Tammany chief
Iteforo he has long enjoyed his new
found liberty. Unless he Is provided
with securities to the amount oi $:i.tOO,
(XX) ho will be taken to l.udlow street,
and even if he could supply the amount
of hall. It Is understood he would a'aiu
be taken Into custody on another suit, hi
which an equal amount of security wimld
be demanded. The order orarrcst In the
civil suits Is signed by Judge Davis, who
was presldiugjudge at Tweed's trial.
The judges hold that the writ of ha
beas corpus has always heeii construed In
favor, and not ngalnt the liberty ol the
subject and citizen, and the reading must
be tho same whether the benefit of it is
Invoked by the pure-t and licst elU.en of
me state or me greatest sinner, nud the
one most worthy of condign punishment.
The law Is no respecter of persons anil
suiters no man, he he guilty or Innocent,
to be deprived of his liberty excetit In
due process or law: nnd the writ of ha
beas corpus Is as available ever, to
the guilty, as he whom the poular
voice would condemn, as It has proved
ngaiut commitments by the king in
council, On cumulative sentences Die
judges state no warrant can be found tor
cumulative punishment upon a conviction
of several otlenccs charged in a single In
dictment, the aggregate piuiMimeut ex
ceeding that prescribed by law for the
grade of offences charged. The rule, as
claimed bv imnlicatlon. calls for shulo
Judgment for nil the offences charged
in the indictment, and of which the ac
cused Is Indicted. It requires that of-
lcnce.S loilied shnll lie of tin smne irmil..
and subject to tl, mihic punishment: that
is, nuiuiny imiii-umcnioi mc smile kind,
but the same In degree.
I H RIO GRANDE.
Tho Ntaiitfhler of 'rili..
Thle A CoiiBltlvritlile
kw Oiilkans, June 10, Thu Galves
ton Aei' Hrownsvllle sncelal savs that
iiiiunuucr eseaieu. jiu wn wounded,
feigned death, crawled into (lie high
grass, and was not louud. He Is In -Mata-
moras, ami Had a ball extracted late yes
terday. Tho raiders' casualties ol tho
light sum up twelve killed and one
wounded. Thev lost, besides, ideveii
horses, saddles, all their nrnis, lvpeating
rines auu pistols.
1'rlvate L. it. Smith was burled vestec.
day. There wits a large liiueral proces
sion, citizens and soldiers turning out.
Colonel Mcriam, of the regular army,
and Colonel Ford were marshals. Hu
received a military burial, and wns hon
ored by citizens and soldiers.
uantain JUe.Ncelv could not no alter (lie
raiders under lticardo Flores. becau-e his
horres were broken down.
General Cortinuis incensed nt (ho kill.
lug of his cattle-thlevcs, Thu Mexican
papers say tho raider were assassinated
while asleep. Captain McXeely says If
they wcro asleep ho don't want to iind
any of llicin awake. Cortina swears he
will liavu revensre. Cortina Is urmiiiL'.
and has lceti for more than a week, lie
received a neremntorv order to renoil ut
the Citv of Mexico, and In tho event nr
dlsobediciico the order Is to arrest him.
uenerai niero lelt Jlonterov th k
niornlng on a niArch to Matamoras. 1 le
tas .i.oou men. It Is understood tluit he
comes to attack Cortina. It Is not known
wuat mo ungumi chier will do. Ho Is
preparing for devilment. He will light
Jjeneral Fuero, it he thinks he can wlilp
h ni. He may cross ta this side and
place hlmsell nt tho head ol Mexican
squatiers, desolate tho country, and cross
doned by the supreme govc
The troops aro on tho al
w uiu jiL-Aiui sHie ugain ami get nar-
Oil tlln !drl nuil tli,.
citizens of Brownsville aro adopting de
fensive measures. No one knows what
n day may bring forth. There Is no
chance lor a division of opinion ; evcry
thHig .precludes . doubt as to the no-I
ooMiabflitj' ol the Mexican author
ities for the enormity or the out
rages and tho dangers threatening the
frontier. Some or the Mexican otllclals
arc watching Cortlna's movements with
anxiety. .Should he succeed, more Ihun
one ot (hem will bo inarched lo (he La.
guna and shot. They are honestly try.
lug to put him down, not for what he
has done to Americans, but what he mav
do to them. J
rh PrtvU Preioriptlon Book.
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. Si.fi "4 "antion, , imrouo.
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MARRIAGE GUIDE ssafttfja:
ui.im.ir .ti iwud.1i tm; la ii ;iJ5
THE AMEHICAN REMEDY CO..
W.70a Vino Uml, 8 f, u Wlllio.
...' ManliooU mxt nil Ulwinlrn l,r !,Ti.I
Ur. K. 11II-T0N4C0.,
u i - ...
n r . imr.v . . n
fj'Mltl llUl.f,tillh liliMLlitll ftaf hlotnlDtf
cJirilMoiHly) thlfcollilllellii iltdldfng, cttf
K-r WnsliliiRtoii hVrniic nni Tivrlfltt uttrt-l.
Tint IIui.lkti In sen el to tllj-siilnrrlli-rshy
fullhfiil rarrlrrsatTnTiityrho Onls uVk,
a)at)loW(flty. Hy Mall, (In niltniioc), 10)er
atimiint tlx nuintlis, three Inoiitlu, $1 one
tnaiitli, (I '-"
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
pub Ulinl rvf ry Tliurnlay mornltiK nt l 2.
ptratiniin, tnvurlnbly iu ailvniicr. 'I ht imtuge
on the Wet 1.1 y will te irruKI at thla oilier,
ttint iinfctllxTs will obtain for a tiiWritlon
rice ol l a year.
llualicts C'unti, itr anuiiiii tJT, (o
One iquurc, one iiscrtlon, - 1 til
Unvu'limrr, Iwu lurlluiia, - 1 Ut
Onf B()ilttH!, olir ik J M
On( wjiiuri-i two :l .'.)
Our aquuiv, tint.- wiaIj,.. 4 W
Dm minv, uiiv luniitli ft ti
W K K I. V .
Out 9'iliari', one luwrtlui,, ....ti ll
Ciicli uliMtiit nt liin-rllun,.... M
!UJ-I)iip liicli la u fijuarc.
CI"To n-Kl:ir nJvcrtlirra Wf riBVriiiicrlor In-
tliK'tniciils, liutli ut to rul ul iliaiK-s uinl ihhii-
nrrof ill9ilaylnic llnir rjturi.
JCJ'Nutl'-'-s In lorjil roliiiiin IiiPtrlHil lor Klf
tirn CVnU t line fur unv lutiitiuu, Thcii1-
tVnH a llnr for two Iii5trtliiii9, Twdily-t'le
CVutA a line fur tlirrr liirrtlbii, lliliiy-Hn
Crnts n line I'ur one wwl, uml .s.'iiily-I'lve
(.Vntfl u lln furoiir moiitU,
Cominunlcationa upon uubjocta of treu
urul intureat to the public HoliultuU,
t3All Ivtleri slionlil be mUree-nl In
.IOI1N II. OIlKltl.Y,
I'lenlilcnt Culro lll.lltllli I'oliilniliy.
ILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
RKSIIIK.VCU: So. Jl Tlihtitntli Dtrnt, l
tween Wmlilngtun uenu ami Wulnnt xln-el.
OKI'lCEi North elite of KIkIiIIi tit be
tween Commercial anil Wasliington tivrnue.
W. DUNNING, M. D.
KKSIDKNCK: Corner Ninth an.l Walnut
OFFICK: Corner Hlxlli ttreet ami Ohio Iee.
OKKICK HOUUS: From u. in. lim., uml
from'.! to 8 p.m.
OM'ICr.: llmUrM lllonk, (iii-ulr), rarurr
KIkIiIIi Hrwt anil Wusblnuton uviimc.
JOHN II. MULKEY,
Attorney at Law.
OFt'ICK: KIkIiIIi Strtft, betwcn Commer
clu! ami Waakiiitfton uvfinifs,
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE: Olilo Levee, ovit room fonntrly
ucuiijiiiU by first National Hunk,
Q.HEEN ee GILBERT,
AttorueyN and CounHvlorw
OFFICE: Olilo Ivrc, rooms 7 ami 8
City .National Hunk,
U'llllamll linen, )
William 11 Ullbtrt, V CAIUO. ILLINOIS.
Miles Frul'k. Ulllwrt S
C3-Slal attention given lo Admiralty
ST. JOHN'S and
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
ByTo largo oonaumorH and all
manufaoturors, wo aro prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
mouth or year, at uniform ratos.
0AIB0 CITY COAL COMPANY,
CJ-llallUUy Bro otllre, No 70 Olilo Levee.
ktu?TAt I'liniji, foot of Tliirty-ElKlit
Kfi'oit Ofllce Drawer. 300.
l Tin Htrw (100).
rIOUv.suaTLiiiPH. nlan (n.
lul"' 4WI rtiift. Tai fiiu'A
WM. T. BEERWART,
Tiu, Sbcot-Iron and Coppor Wnro.
OUTTEUINQ AND -ROOFING,
STEMBOAT AND JOB WORK
1'IIOMPTLY A1TENDKD TO.
No. 117 EIGHTH aTREET,
Bet. Coiuuiorclal and Waahliiitton Avua,
Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ico
uroara i-roczors, wmuow ucrcen
Wiro Cloth, Bird Capon, Moss Ban
kets, Toilet Sets, Pishing Tackle,
iiampa, on, untinnoya. aiho mo
lino Flows and u goueral Htock of
Ill riitktii-clif.il .villi lin aliW I n fiul-
'liti.iiillli, uml mil i'iriiriM In iln all klml-
,f Job Work on hurt nuld -.
1 Li ciniftiiiitly on liaml u l:irx-taiirly r
Cooking Stoves, Tinware, Build
WholoKtilo and Retuil.
Sole uifi'iit fur lli i ililimtfl
:i m, m
STChll alii cMiiiilnr licfnrr piirrlmilnK,
II not imilrrHoM
i:sta n: .m:.vr.
JOHN a. HAEMAN & CO.
J0NVEYANCER8. NOTABIES PUBLIC
Land Aent of tbo Illinois Central and
Burlington and Oulncy R. R.
Nortk Cor. Sixth and Ohio Leveo,
I. (J. I.YNlll.
l. 1. MOMI.KV.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
ollectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE -At the Court House.
JOHN P. HELY & CO.,
Collectors and Convoyancors,
Land Survoylng and Civil En
gineering. OFFIOE-In Wlnter'H Block.Corner Com
tnerolul Avenun and Soventh Btroet,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Bold Vory Close.
Omwt I8tk St. and Commercial Av
J, 0. PATIER & CO.
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Great Durability with Handsome Designs, and Giving PEf
FECT SATISFACTION Evorywhero.
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Coxnp'y
a, 014, 010 nnd 018 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND HOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
O. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois. ' r-Jn.
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VHOLESALE Si RETAIL, fj A
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F. M. STOCXSFLETH,
Importer and Wholosalo Doalor in
Wines and Liquors.
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koops a full stook of
Monongahela.Rye and Hobinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLVr ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
AltEKCOXUAIV IN I'HK'K,
ft- -ISUPBRMIB CONSTRUCTION.
QUICK AND UNIFORM
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S. COLIBIl WHITE LEAD.
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RETAIL Si PRESCRIPTION
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