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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOUMNU, bEPl EMBER 4, 187S.
It. SMITH, M. D.
Office ml noslilcnee ! '
NO. 81 THIRTEENTH 8TKEKT, CAIW), ILL
W. DINNING, M.D.
Olllco ami Residence :
OFFICE-N.W. cor. Sixth t., near Ohio Lptoo.
KriMUri.NcE Corner Walnut and Muth Hired.
R. E. W. W1IITLOCK,
OrntE-. VK Commercial Avouue., between
Eighth and Ninth Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
1) K NTIST.
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avemto,
g P. WHEELER,
A tto rne j-n t-Lavr.
OFFICE Ohio Levee, hot. Fourth und Sixth t.
J IN EGA R & LANSDEN,
tiFFICE So. 113 Commercial Avenue.
!St. Louis, Cairo ami Pmlncah racket
SPLENDID SIDKW'irF.F.I, FUF.IlillT AND PAS
JOHN ltliVNEII .Muter.
JOHN I.EAMEN Clerk.
Leave Cairo every Wcdncduy ut 3 p.m. for Padii
cnh. Leave Cairo every Thuri-dny t 2 p.m. for St.
Furfrcli:htorpanenpplvon Hiilllilev A Phillips'
whurf-bmu. or to J AM E8 UKiOS, Ai'iit.
5, Ohio Levee.
For l'olmnlms,Iickiiiini antl Xcw Madrid
S&T.T. IIILL3LVX, S2li
JOSEPH AM BROS Master.
LEAVES CAIliO EVEUY
TUESDA Y.TIIUKSDAY and SATUEDAY
For fn-l'.'lit or puai;o apply ou Iliilllilay & Phil
lip' Whart'huat, or to
JAMES IlKKiS, Affont.
M Ohio Levee.
1AIUO CITY FEUUY CO.
IK.WE LEAVES I.KAVK
Foot Fun rth ft .l!otiri Lund';:. Kentucky Ld"j.
h n. in.
Ill II. Hi.
J p. in.
4 ii. m
h:: a. m.
l'i::ii) a. ill.
2::iu p. m.
4::'A) p. m.
H a. tu.
fi p. m.
Ve are tiuthorl.cd to announce Oeo. W, Sum
mon a u Cundldute fur County Com in ioinT ot
Alexander county tit theeui-uln Xoveniher election.
fti-We are authorized to announce Win. J. Mill
firit at a candidate for County Coininlloncr of
Alexander county, subject to the dcclsioti of the
people nl the election in November next.
Ve are authorized '.o announce the name, of
Samuel llrlley of lln.lcwooil n a Candidate for
County Conitnllnucr of Alexander county at the
I'lmuinu November election.
l.Wc are authorized to announce John lIocVos
R a candidate fur Sherlfl of Alexander county ut the
cn-ulni: November election.
Ve are authorized to aunouncfl II. C. LOF
LIN n a candidate for Sheriff of Alexander county,
. f ub.lect to the dccUUm of the people at the election
In November next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN;
Only Morninif Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFKIi L l'APEKPF THE CITY AND CoI'.NTY.
LOCAL HE POUT.
SlllNAt. OKFI"B. I
C.MIIO, lib, N pt. 3. HTS.
Time. l!:ir. Tlier. Hum-Wlrt7VeL"Vihr
6:4iiii.m in.V4 71 H 1 ' clear
11:11- vlti HI Kl 4i N 13 Clear
Sum. i.!l W 4s NW 4 Clear
,1:Hi" -Jou mi 4:. NW HI Clear
i Maximum T!i-rtii:ii.(tr. is; Minimum Tuei
niumeter, el ; Icalufall, U.iM Inch.
W. II. HAY,
Neru't Signal Corp, I', s. A.
Fou Rknt. No. (I, Winter's Row, unl
store mum in Winter's block.
M. J. Howley, Agt.
Do not forget the sale of liottscliolil goods
this morning 1y Tom Winter ut the resi
dence of Mr. Geo. Armstrong on Twelfth
street, hetween Cedar street mid Jefferson
avenue. Charter Oak stove, No. 77, Car
pets, Desks, Tables, etc.
Attention :-All citiens having the
welfare of the city at heart will report at
any othYe promptly any mikmcos, or tiny
.suspicions strangers seen loitering around
or coming into the city.
H. WtxTK.it, Mayor.
Better procure your tickets for K. M. K.
C. cntortainmcut now, so s to avoid the
The Cairo City Coal Company can sell
letter coal cheaper than anyhmlv f,,r tlir,.
sound reasons: It mines its own coal from
its own mines; jjt piys no royalty; and it
can und docs land it at Cairo at liottuin
tratuportation' print's. These facts enable it
to do just what it says it will do. lurtiog
in Cairo, therefore, can purchase 10 bushels
or ono ton, or 10 tons at the same figures
that 100 tons can be bought. And the pru
dent housekeeper knows that now in tho
time to prepare for'thn cold weutnr coming
and lay in a supply of cheap coul.
THE HICKMAN' SEXSAT10X.
We huve tin unshaken faith in the com
mon sense and courage that belong to
nine-tenths of our people. Wo know they
uro not of the stuff that takes alarm unnec
essarily, and that the effort made by a few
persons, who unfortunately are chfthed with
a little brief authority, to create a panic by
circulating false reports, in many Instances,
and exaggerated ones in others, will fail and
tho authors bo laughed at for their pains.
But then! is a small element good people,
all of them who have been wrought into
a state of nervous excitement by the rumors
that havo been current on and off on our
streets for three or four weeks, and whom
tho alarmists and sensation-mongers have
workfd into a degreo of feeling bordering
on terror. It is to these people
that The Bulletin would say
a few words. No rumor has
been current in the city about this whole
matter from its iiieipiciicy that we have not
truccd to its source and given to the public
the benelit of our investigation. Of all the
stories started about the fever among us,
but one has proven an undisputed case, and
that was reported from the steamer John
D. Porter. The Poplar street case is in
dispute, with both the weight of testimony
and common sense against the fever view.
But we let that pass for the present. What
we want to show is that The Bulletin has
given complete denial to the hundreds of
other reported cases, and its denial has
never been questioned. And when the
whole truth is known about the Hickman
case we are sure there can be no reason fur
alarm even among the most timid. Dr. W.
R. Smith inquired of Dr.. Bhintou, of Hick
man, yesterday if there was any yellow
fever there. The following reply was re
ceived. The reader will note the time of
Hickman, Ky., S.'pt. fid 11 :11 a.m.
Dr. V. It. Smith:
Yes. Total cas-'S, 4 ) to ,10; 12 deaths in
all. Dit. D.C. Bi.anton.
' About twenty minutes later Mr. Matt.
Fulton received the following telegram
from his lather:
Hickman, Ky., S. pt.;)d. 11 :30 a. m.
M. 1'. Fulton. Cairo. III.
An eminent physician is expected here
to-ilay. He will decide about the fever
here. Some deaths last night.
In' the Sun of yesterday evening these
telegrams are reversed as to order of time,
for tho purpose doubtless of making a case
to sustain ils panicky and terror-stricken
statements. In the dispatch to Dr. Smith,
Dr. Blanton states the number of eases and
the number of deaths; but the very impor
tant omission is made of tho time covered
by these deaths and cases. Reliable
information received in this city last night
state that the cases, 40 in number, extend
over a period of twelve days, while the
greatest number of deaths in any one day
during that time has been 3. This goes far
to sustain the belief expressed by the send
er of the telegram that the fever is of the
type prevalent at this season in Hickman,
and known its "swamp" fever to some; and
as "milk" fever to others. Portions of the
town site of Hickman are proverbially un
healthy, and the present death rate there
would excite no unusual comment were it
not for the extraordinary ravages of the
scourge in the sotitli. At till
events, even if the Morse should
be admitted, Cairo has still little to feur.
Her sanitary condition is excellent. No
community could be cleaner, and we have
used disinfectants liberally. Our atmos
phere is pure, cool and light, and the con
ditions for generating organic poisons are
wanting. Upon this rock of common sense
we build our faith and our hope of escape
from the scourge. It also frees us from
the influences of thos:- who rush about the
town retailing the most direful reports and
expressing the' most ominous forebodings.
It is also worthy of note that no cuse has
yet appeared at any point west of tho Mis
sissippi river. All we have to do is to keep
cool and keep clean. Wo are out of the
CGTXTY DEMOCRATIC MEETIXG.
a new ckntuai. committee appointed
AND THE MEETINU ADJOl'HNS.
The Democracy of this county to tho
number of about seventy attended at the
court houso yesterday in pursuance .of a
call issued by the central committee. Tho
attendance from the county was unusually
Mr. T. VY Halliday, chairman of tho
committee, called the meeting to order and
in doing so replied to tho attack of tho
Argus-Journal upon tho committee. His
answer was exhaustive and was a complete
refutation of tho attack, which was made
upon statements which Mr. Halliday de
nounced as palpably false ami untrue.
Mr. Nick Hunsaker was called to tho
chair and Mr. John Q. Barman was
chosen secretary, with Capt. W. Williams
and a Bulletin reporter as assistants.
Mr. Hannan moved that a committee of
five be appointed to select a county central
committee to consist of seven members, tho
proportion to be given to the city and coun
ty to bo adjusted by the committee. Mo
The chair appointed as the commit too
Messrs. John Q. Harman, Thou. Wilson, O.
W. Summons, Patrick Sullivan and T. W.
During the retirement of the committee
Capt. Williams made a statement. Ho
said ho was not there for tho purpose of
defending tho Argus-Journal. Ho pro
sumed thut paper was able to defend itself.
His friends and the press of tho city had
b.'cn kind enough to mention bis name in
connection with tho olliee of sheriff. He
never sought it, and no man could say that
ho (Williams) ever solicited any man's
support tor tho position or talked to any
man about it. He had always been, he said,
in favor of Democratic nominations, but
was overruled in the committee at the last
election, it having been decided that no
nominations would be made ho felt at
liberty to support whom he pleasud, and he
did support Mr. Simp. He was still in
favor of nominations by tho party. He was
in unusually good spirits, he said. He had
received cheering news from all parts of tho
district about the prospects of Judgo Allen,
und he felt good towurd everybody. This
was about the substance of tho gentleman's
remarks, when the committee rappear"d
ami made the following report which tvas
NEW CENTIIAL COMMITTEE.
Thomas Wilson ;
B. F. Blake;
C. A. Marchildon.
The meeting then adjourned.
In our columns this morning will be
found the announcements of Messrs. W. J.
Mulfih'd and G. W. Samntons for the same
position county commissioner. Both are
old citizens, both are well known, and either
of them would (ill the position acceptably
to the people of the county. Mr. Summons
has served one term and gave very general
Mr. Stillwell returned to the cily Mon
day morning after an absence of six weeks
in the towns of Dinlstadt and Bertram!
near Charleston, Mo. He reports that
country as unexcelled in the raiding ot
watermelons. During the present season
over two hundred cars of the fruit have
been shipped from that neighborhood, each
car averaging between 1.100 and I,2ti0
At the W. C. T. U. meeting yesterday
nothing of public interest happened. Mrs.
S. D. Avers, in the course of a few remarks,
spoke her mind freely about the doctors,
and she gave utterance to some uncommon
truths uncommon because not commonly
spoken of. The treasury of the society
shows a balance of 57.4!) in its own favor.
Miss Webb, the secretary of the soeity, was
instructed to correspond with Dr. Reynolds
us to the feasibility of his delivering some
lectures here this fall.
The 1O0 volumes of the Bohn uniform
library edition, received by the Cairo
Library association, and now to lie s.-en at
their room, would do credit to more pre
tentious associations than our own. Con
sidering their means, the ladies have done
excellent with their society, and what is
better there is no (lagging whatever in the
interest taken in its success; on the v n
trary it S"cius to be heightened with every
day of its existence. The library is a nob!,.'
adjunct to our public shool system, and i's
influence for good cannot be over-estimated.
The Delta warehouse at 'the head of
Thirty-second street, is the name of the
new building constructed from the timbers
of what was known us the Yellow ware
house. It is owned by the Halliday &
Phillips Wharf boat and Mr. R. W. Miller.
Its capacity is large, und it is regarded as
: substantial and suitable structure for its
purposes. It is covered with a metallic
roof nnd when it shall have received the
lust touches of whiting will present a very
attractive appearance, both from the river
and from land.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY COMMITTEE
CALL Foil A MEET I NO,
There will bo a meeting of the Demo
cratic county central committee of Alexan
der county at the office of John Q. Hannan,
comer of Sixth and Leveu streets, this,
(Wedensduy) morning at 11 o'clock, at
which a full attendance is earnestly desired.
Tuos. Wilson, Chairman.
The Cairo City Coal company can sell
better coal cheaper than anybody for three
sound reasons: It mines its own coal from
its own mines; it pays no royalty; and it
can and does land it at Cairo at bottom
transportation prices. Ti.ese facts enable
it to do just what it says it will do. Parties
in Cairo, therefore, can purchase 10 bushels,
or one ton, or ten tons at the same figure
that 100 tons can be bought. And tho
prudent housekeeper knows that now is tho
time to prepare for the cold weather coming
and lay in u supply of cheap coal.
Wish) and Coal..- Seasoned wood, Hick
ory, Oak and Ash, at $3 per cord during
September. Paradise, and Big Muddy Coul.
Orders taken for fall delivery at, $3 7.) for 1
ton; ijsj 112 per ton for 3 tons; $3 50 per
ton for 3 or more.
Henhy Shick has reopened tho barber
shop adjoining his cigar store, No. 143
Commercial avenue, between Eighth and
Ninth streets, Recognizing tho necessity
which exists in these hard times to cut
down expenses, ho hereby informs his old
patrons and the public thut ho establishes a
new scale of prices, viz : Shaving, 10 cents,
Hair Cutting, 23 cents, all days of tho
week, including Sundays.
Now Is your time to get a good seat for
the K. M. K. C. entertainment.
THE BALLARD COUNTY BOARD OF
IT ltECO.MMK.NIM A COUIIKE OK ACTION TO
THE PEOPLE OK THE COUNTY AND EX
PLAINS THE USES OK THE HOSPITAL AT
KILLMOUE DISEASE TO HE CENTEUED
Wo find tho following in the Ballard
News of lust Thursday:
We the undersigned Ballard county
board of heulth in view of the dunger and
dread of yellow fever which is now so
widely epidemic in tho country, recom
mended and requested the citizens of Bul
ard county to keep uway from tho lurgo
cities and nil railroad stations us much us
possible during the hot weather. We further
advise all housekeepers as well as all hotel
keeper to hi j careful where they pluce tho
baggage of strangers from localities in
fected with yellow fever. Their baggage
and clothing should lie fumigated with
smoke of sulphur and kepi in an open, dry
room. The hospital built in this county
opposite Cairo is not to bo used for patients
from Cairo, but for patients that may come
from the smith on the railroad, and that
may be tumble to go to or through Cairo on
account of the quarantine. The railroad
company has employed a physician to at
tend patients at said hospital so that they
may not w ander out to private families and
so spread th" disease. We think there will
be very few, it any yellow fever patients ut
sail! hospital, amino danger need be ap
prehended by the citizens of this county if
they keep away from there; but if a num
ber of yellow fever patients should accumu
late there, this board, or other proper olli
cer of the county, will tuko such meusttres
to prevent the disscminutiou of the disease
as may be proper and necessary.
It is further recommended by this
board that the citizens of the county
remove from near their residences nil
decaying animal and vegetable substan
ces, und to thoroughly disinfect and cleunse
their premises, to the end that they may
avoid all dang'-r of disease from these
sources. We desire to speciality and par
ticularly impress the innniciul uuthori
ti"s of tin: various towns in the county with
the importance of seeing these regulations
are strictly and rigidly enforced. For the
purpos'.' ot disinfecting und purifying privy
vaults, carbolic acid, chloride of lime and
copperas uii'.v be used anv or all of them.
T. S. Sl.AUOIITKlt.
Asotiieh Fat Man Reduced. II. A.
Kut'tts, dealer i:i dry-goods, Woodhll!!. 111.
writes Botanic Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. Y.,
June 03d. lsTS: '(ietitlemen P!oue find
ini losed iJ-VOii. fi.r which send me by ex
press, Anti-Fat. 1 have tak-n one bottle
and lust five and one-quarter pounds."
The Egypt Lodge No. 1007 will give a
supper Friday und Saturday nights ut Tem
pi ranee Hall, corner Tenth street and Wash
ington avenue, for the benefit of the yellow
fever sufferers at Memphis.
Tickets can be had to-day f..r K. M. K.
C. entertainment. See notice.
Ovsri.ns. Hurry Walker receives in
good order daily by express the best S :!cct
Baltimore Oysters, w hich he is ready to
serve in any style day or night. He will
also dispose of them by the can at the low
est prices. Do not fail to call ut the Crystal
Saloon. Mr. Walker will also run an oyster
wagon. Postal cards sent us orders will re
( eive prompt attention.
Factoisy Facts. Clo-e confinement,
careful attention to all factory work, give
tlie operatives pallid faces, poor appetite,
languid, miserable feelings, pi sir blood, in
active liver, kidneys and urinary troubles,
and all the physicians und medicine in the
world cannot help them unless they get out
door or use Hop Bitters, made of the pur
est and best remedies, und especially for
stieli cases, having almiiilance ot health,
.sunshine and rosy cheeks in them. None
need sutler if thev will use them freely.
Thev cost but a trille. See another column.
Reseuved Seats ciiu now be had for K.
M. K. C. entertainment.
Wanted. Two log teams at Dug-Hill
saw mill, West Joncsboro. Address J.
Bakci.av, box 117, Jonesboro, III.
ijtf.OO Rewaiuj. A black and tun pup,
about seven months old, named Frank,"
was stolen from my residence about the first
of August. I will pay the above reward
for his return to me. E. W. Halliday.
Smokkus, if you wish a fine "Key West"
or "Imported'1 cigar, cull ut Korstneyer's
cigar store. It is the only pluce in the'eity
almost daily in receipt of fresh goods.
See where you enn procure tickets for
K. M. K. C. entertainment.
Choice Bacon, Hams, Sides and Shoulders.
Dry Suit Shoulders und Sides, Tierce,
Keg and Bucket Lard, Breakfast Bacon,
etc., etc., all in good stock and for sulo at
lowest uiurkct price. W. P. Wiiioiit,
Nos. 70 and 71 Ohio Levee
Consumption Cunioo. An old physician,
retired from practice, having had placed
in his hands by an East India mission
ary the formula of a simple vegetable
remedy, for the speedy und permanent euro
for consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asth
ma, and all throat and lung affections, also
a positive and radical cure for nervous de
bility and all nervous complaints, after
having tested its wonderful curative pow
ers In thousands of cases, fins felt it his
duty to make it know n to his suffering fel
lows. Actuated by this motive, and a de
sire to relieve human suffering, I will send,
free of charge, to all who desire It, this re
cipe, with full directions for preparing and
using, in German, French, or English. Sent
by mull by addressing with stamp, naming
this paper, W. W. Sherur, Ml) Powers
Block, Rochester, New York.
Fou Rent. Cottage on Tenth street,
between Washington und Wulnut.
Be sure and buy a ticket for K. M. K. C.
entertainment, for it is for a good cause.
Fesii Oystehs, just received at M. W
Parker's, Winter's block, Commercial
Fou Rent. Tho Cuhl property, on
Holbrook avenue, corner of Twenty-third
street. Apply to
A. P. SciiiioKpK.it, Agent.
Qt'Eitv. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bro's
"Seal of North Curolinu" uttlie sumo price?
SALT FOR WHEAT.
Iowa City Itepublican.
H. O, Con, of Cedar county, tried the ex
periment of spreading three bushels of salt
broadcast over two acres ol his wheat-field.
The yield was forty bushels per acre, while
the rest of the field guvu only nine and a
half bushels per tu re. The straw was
bright, not being injured by rust, as tin?
wheat alongside of it was, und" it stood six
LF.fi A I
Stute of Illii:om. Alexander County, en. In the
Ale Minder County Circuit Court.
Patrick Mulioney, i t nl., v. Timothy Mnhoney,
Mary Corcoran and Patrick Corcoruu.-I'arllliou.
Public notice In ruliy ;ivcn thut In piitHiiuin e of
a decree rendered by i-iilil court In the aboveeiitltlcd
i-uiii-o at the .May term, A. I)., IsTS. I, John Ilar
miiu, Mauler In Chancery of huiil countv. will en
Friday, the It h day ol October, A. D., 1S7H, ut the
hour of In o'clock a.m.. sell at public auction to tho
hlu'hest lililder fur cio.il at I lei wcierlv dour of the
Court Inline in tin' i lly ot Cairo, In cald enmity and
state, the followliii; (JcM-ribcd real enlnte. tn-wit:
Lot number thirteen, 1 : t 111 block numbered lortj
even. (4Tl In Hie ilrst addition to the city ot Cairo,
In tie' raid county of Alexander. Mali! of llliiiulii,
tn''i'tlier Mllh the prlvllci'ii and appurtcnanccx
thereunto licloni.'inir ortlien to Npprrtaliiliin.
JOHN H. IIAK.MAN.
Mii-terln chum cry
Caiuu, Iilu., Sept. Mil, IS7S.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX Till'; CITY.
(JOODM SOLI) VKItV CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth ftreet and i f'.ili.n 111
Commercial Ave., lillIO, 1)1.
C. O. 1 'ATI Kit Sc CO.
The follow Ina unclaimed i;ooili l,e ndil at
Dubllc Auction to mii-fy claim Tor Freight. Stop
n','e, Etc., on Wharftiout" No. 1 and of the
Halliday and Phillip Whariioat Co., lout of .sixth
ftreet, Cairo, Ills., on
Tliurs(Liy,Sept. 12, 17,
Coiiniieiiciiig tit 10 O'clock A. 31.,
utile.- cooucr claimed nud charges paid.
T. W, Dowdy, 1 box II. II. floods I lib). .Mniaineo;
O. F. William, :l packages Shingle Machine; L.
Sullivan, Hboxe H, . (iood. 1 Itltlo (inn; Nancy
Tliiiimins, 1 Sewing llachiiin; 11, W. Hlnea, 1 lieaper
and Mower; S. M. & J, p. Warn, 1 box Hardware;
P. S., 1 box Leaf Tobacco; J. II, LlnHeliburi. 1 box;
Ilnnkln ic Co.. II empty Caddie; V. M 1 package
Wardrobe; p, ,fc Cn 1 pat'kuc L. tila; II. Jt Co.,
S Wood Chilli; White. A; Co., 1 box S. Tobacco; V.
A. Wet, ! hose Unit;; A. W. Carr, 1 Ilalct
Clothing: .la. Crockell, t Hox; J. Llndey, 1 Half
Ilurrel; CM. Power. 1 Tall Client; .lolin Ilrown,
II boxe Ilraudy ; T. II. Sunder, B bundle Paper; H.
V. Pearee, 1 box Sundrle. 1 Itarrel; K. HlchurAoii,
1 box Hardware; D. A. Steft", 1 box Sundries; Tllloo
A Taylor, I ke Soda; Z.. t box (ilaware; M. h
P., 4 boxen Liquor, !) barrel 1. 14110m; Mr. S. II.
lila-Bcnck, t box II, II. (iood; (iurvcy, 1 client
Tool; (I. It,, 1 Hat Hack; 3. M 4 lied Unit; H. II,
4 lied ltnll; S, L., 4 "ml Hall; . I. K., 1 Sack Seed;
M. V., 1 Standard for L. (Ila; Mr. T. llorro nud
L. Davl, 1 lot II. II. Cloud; J, A. P.. I I)riiuaw;
Dan IlobliiMin, I Old Canlni;e: John Point, 1
Trunk. Nn Mark: IS boxe Sandrle; 1 Cuk Wine;
4 barrel .Mulcir 14 barred Molne; tikeullore
shoe; I ball Mm, ,; 'i Tin Can; 5 bundles Chair
Stull'; i Tool Client; 4 Loiuitte K111I; 5 bin die
Ited F.iul; 7 bundle lied Knit; 1 bundle lbil
Slat; 1 kctf Molii-ec; 1 Jug Molnc; H builde
Wattou Hull; 3 reams Paper; 1 Chair; I Ice Cream
Freezer; 1 Seed planter; 1 biindle-IIame; 1 Ibirbi r
Chair; 1 Sheet Iron Stove; 1 has Cotton; 10 trunk
Suudrle; 1 bundle Wuuoli Spoke; lHloveDrum;
V Looking (ila; I) keitx Powder; I client ClotiiliiK;
1 Common Stovu; 1 bundle. Carvliiu; S Itoll Hiik
kIiir: 1 Plateror' Trowel; 1 bundle (Uiiwnre:
1 pnckiiita Check lteln; A doiten Wnh bouril; 8
Flsimc; t box (iciiIiik; 4 Largo Tool l)u.c; U'ouk
Stove mid Fixture.
proprietor of sraoArs pates
Wholetfulo Dealer in led
ICE DYTIIE CAR LOADORTOX, WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Load.- a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee
Obtained fur new Invention, or for Inipmicmcnt I
011 obi ole ; fur liieillcal or other coiiiioiiihK trail,
murka ami label". ( aveut. AnHL'nne lit-, luiv
fereuce. Anneal. Suit for Inlrilij'i liient. lib
all cane arlliiif under tint Patent Law, prompt!
iv uiicuncu in 1 11 vein loin, inal iiuve iieni
If l' I WIT hhy N"" ''"'"'it Ottlce mnv Hill J
111 Jl liJ I lil hi rnoMt cui . Iiu niiieiiiicl I.
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anil c UKuu'cii III ruleiil liuineg cxclu-lvcly. we call
make cloi r Hearehe. and ecure Patent nior
promptly, and with broader iluim. tbuu Ibo-u wh 1
are reiiioii' from Wio.hiue.tnn.
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cimrjje. .mi ciirreponiieiiie cinitiy conniii ntlai
Price low . and 110 charge mile Patent U necun d
We relet In Wunhin-toii, to Hon. Potniat
(lenerul D. M. Key, Kev. F. 1). Power, The (iermaii
American Nutionul llimk. to otllritii, In the l . S
Patent OfHce, and to Senator nud Hcprcpciitaiiv,
in Cimerc: mu ,.H., .,r 1 , , .r , H,.,, ,. l V, r;.
Mule In the I'uleii and in Canada. Addicm
C. A. .SNOW c CO.,
Opponlte Patent Office. Wbluuton. I). C.
The Cairo Iiox and Basket Co.
Flooring, Siclin-r. Inih. Ete
At the very h.weM r.iten.
Having a Heavy Stock ( T Logs on Hand,
We are r eared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDER
l.lll the fh'.rti'UH fittce.
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Ohio Levee and
MITTI, HACK it CO.,
NO. m F.HOAD HTKEKT.
AUGUSTA, - -
ltcKpecllully Solicit Conlk'timont of
PROVISIONS, PRODUCE. GRAIN AND
rpo which thoy will give careful and prompt nt
X tentlou. They uro ptepared tu make liberal
nd will 110 their bet cITott for tho lnteroUi of
(hone fuvorltitf them with couliinient.
liefer, by pprmlBlon, to National Bank, of An
Kiintn; National Excuanuh UamK, of Augueta, lit.