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Ttlh DAILY UA1K0 BULLETIN: THURSDAY MUUttlNG, MARCH 20, 1S84.
THE LASKER INCIDENT.
Dobato in tho Houso Over tho
Report of tho Foreign
Arguincut8 and Resolutions Calculated
to Still Further Reduce the FleEb.
of the Gorman Hog.
The Resolution, While Intended as a
Compliment to Lasker, Was a
Rebuke to Bismarck.
Washington, 1). C, March 10, 1 p. in.
Special. The House has just taken
up tho report of the Cuimuitteo on For
i'ln Affairs, respecting the Lasker reso
lutions. Washington-, I. C, March 19. Mr.
Curtiu (of from the Committee oil
Foreign Affairs, submitted a report on
the President's message and accompany
ing papers in relation to the death of Dr.
Lasker, in which the committee approved
the resolutions of January nth, and regret
that they were not received in the spirit
In which they were adopted. Tho report
also compliments the State Department
for its course in the matter, aud submit
ted the following as a substitute for Ilis
Jies ihcd, That the resolutions referring
to the death of Dr. Lasker, adopted by
this House January S'tli last, were intend
ed as a tribute of respect to I We memory
of an eminent foreign statesman who died
within the United States, and as an ex
pression of sympathy with tho Herman
people, of whom he has been an honored
JSesulml, That a House having no offi
cial concern with the .relations between
the Executive and Legislative branches
of the German Government, does not
deem it requisite to its dignity to criticise
the manner of reception of the resolu
tions or the circumstances preventing
them reaching their destination after they
had been communicated through a
proper channel to the German Govern
ment. Mr. Reagan protested against any apol
ogy by the House for its action.
Mr. Cox asked if it would be in order
to move to lay the whole matter on the
table. He thought that the proper way
to treat the German Chancellor. The
motion was put and lost.
Mr. Curtiu demanded the previous
question, which was ordered.
Mr. Ochiltree took the lloor for the
fifteen minutes allowed to the opponents
of the resolution, and said that no mail
on the floor had more conlldence in or
esteem for the Committee on Foreign
Affairs than himself; but this matter had
assumed a phase which called upon every
member to see his own dignity and the
dignity of the House maintained. It was
not becoming in the House to explain the
meaning. The resolution spoke for itself.
An apology was unworthy the body, lie
then went into an eulogy of Lasker, say
ing the resolution was a compliment to
Lasker but a rebuke to Bismarck.
Mr. Dcuster, of Wisconsin, followed in
a set speech. He said: "I sincerely re
gret the hasty action of the German Chan
cellor in refusing to transmit the resolu
tion of condolence of this House on the
death of Lasker merely, as it appears, on
account of autipathy for a departed polit
ical adversary. He knows, as does every
nane person, that to place before the
Heichstag a resolution of the American
House of Representatives didn't in
any way imply the Indorsement
of" sentiments therein expressed,
his office, so far as the resolution was
concerned, was that of a medium rather
than a master, his assumption of the
latter was unfortunate only for himself.
We can afford to cover the act with
the charity of forgetfulness. "To err Is
human, to forgive divine," we may say
with Pericles. We are liberal in our pub
lic administration. With regard to mu
tual jealousy of our daily pursuits,
we are uot angry with our
neighbor, if he does anything to
please himself, nor wear on
our countenance, offensive looks which
though harmless are unpleasant. The
Parliament and people of Germany are in
possession of the letter and spirit of the
resolution, even though the parchment
upon which it was engrossed becomes
moulded in the Chancellor's waste
basket. The action of our State Depart
ment cannot be too highly commended.
It was not only dignitled, but did not
oversteg the bounds of international
courtesy, while at the same time admin
istering a rebuke to what is justly con
sidered an unwarranted usurpation of
the rights aud privileges of the German
Parliament and people.
'Mr. .Speaker, I was, I may say with
gome degree of pride, intimately acquaint
ed with him whose death has given ri-e
to this controversy. I was among the
last persons with whom he conversed, and
in justice to his memory, 1 deem it
my duty to make aiiother'statement. 1
have Dr. Lasker's word In it, that he had
the highest regard lor the German Chan
cellor both as u man ana statesman. They
differed only on one question, u question,
bir, upon which not only two political
parties upon this lloor differ, but upon
w hich the members of each are not united.
Lasker was a Free Trader. This was his
only offense. People uninitiated in German
politics have stigmatized him with Nihil
ism, Socialism aud nearly all other "isms"
in the vocabulary, simply because he was
a Liberal aud believed in opening the
marts of Germany to the competition of
the world. It is uot my purpose nor Is this
the place to eulogize my friend, but in
my heart 1 mourn his loss as a man of
broad views, gran f inspirations and a no
ble heart, who, as an American citizen,
would have achieved distinction as the
advocate and guardian of institutions
broad enough for his broad mind. As a
German he claimed the right to expand
beyond the boundaries of arbitrary pow
ers, and the result Is seen to-day.
V. JOltTV-ElGIITU CONUKEiS.
8 en a to.
Wasiiinctos, D. C., March l'J.
General Cox and Mr. Strait, In
charge of the bills "For the special aud
uniform instruction of the State Militia"
and "For increasing the annual appropri
ation for the State Militia from JOO,000
to $000,000," have prepared their respect
ive reports, and will submit the same to
the House at the first opportunity. Rep
resentative Miller, Chairman of the Com
mittee on Militia, Is of the opinion that
Loth measures will be favorably consid
cred. General Cox, who Is thoroughly
familiar with the subject, will briefly ex.
plain the necessity existing for the propos
ed "uniform instruction," and urge the Im
mediate passage of the bill. Mr. Strait's
report on the latter bill takes tho ground
that it Is of nmuifest importance that tho
arms for the militia of the respective
States be furnished by the General Gov
ernment, in order that they may be of a
uniform kind and caliber, and states that
It Is equally manifest that tho annual sum
necessary to furnish arms to seventeen
States, as originally allowed under Sec
tion 1, Ml of the Revised Statutes, en
acted In 1808, is not sulllcteut to furnish
thirtv-elght States as now required by
the bill. A similar bill introduced by
Senator Sewell recently passed the Sen
ate. The Chair laid before the Senate a
message from the President, transmitting
the report of the Secretary of State on
the discovery of phosphate on the coast
of Ilrazil by citizens of tho United States.
Senator Lapham presented a memorial
from the Chamber of Commerce of New
YAik, praying for the passage of a bill
appropriating one million dollars a year
for ten years to the permanent improve
ment oi the Erie Canal.
Senator Miller of California reported
an original bill from the Committee on
Foreign Relations, providing for the in
spection of meats for exportation, aud
prohibiting the importation of adulterated
articles of food and drink, and author
izing the President to make proclamation
in certain cases. Senator Vance pre
sented a minority report ou the bill.
Washington, D. C, March 19.
Speaker Carlisle being indisposed, Mr.
Clark, Clerk of tho House, called the
body to order, designating Mr. Blackburn
to act as Speaker.
Washington, 1). C, March 19. II. II.
Wells, an attorney of this city, was be
fore the Springer Committee this morn
ing. He was employed by the Govern
ment for the prosecution of the alleged
Ottniau robbery of money from tho
Treasury. During the Star-route trials,
George Illiss came to witness and said
the Attorney-General was worried over
the Ottnmn case, and wanted him (Hliss)
as his friend to see that it was deter
mined in some wav. Witness thought
there was no doubt that the Government
could have succeeded in both the civil
aud criminal prosecutions, had they con
tinued. The compromise, in his opinion,
Tho Alleg-ed Banditti.
Washington, 1). C, March 19. Mr.
Donnelly, of the State Hoard of Charities
of Massachusetts, reports to Secretary
Folgcr that the alleged banditti passen
gers aboard the brig Screamer, consists
of twenty-four thinly and poorly clad
persons claiming to be en route to San
Domingo, via New York. Secretary Fol
gcr directed that if the passengers were
unobjectionable aud not paupers, that as
sistance be rendered to help them to
their journey's end.
Shot by a Guard.
Little Rock, Auk., March 19. Since
the arrest of Biitt, Abies aud Scott, the
Little River County outlaws, they have
been kept under a strong guard at Rich
mond, as their rescue has been threatened
by other desperadoes in that county.
About two o'clock this morning K. T.
Mullins approached tho building where
the prisoners are conllned, and a guard,
mistaking him for a rescuer, fired upon
him through a door, killing him instantly.
The town is in gnat commotion aud a
general meeting of citizens lias been called
to consider the state of affairs.
Got His Man.
Boston, Mass., March 19. Policeman
Kendall captured James Donovan, a
burglar, this morning, but while taking
him to the station was tripped by Dono
van and brutally beaten with his own
club. Kendall, however, succeeded in
drawing a revolver and shot Donovan in
tho mouth, inflicting a wound from which
the burglar died lifteen minutes later.
Saved by His Presence of Hind.
Nr.WL'o.Miu.usTuwN, O., March 19.
Captain Adam Miller, a prominent citi
zen, fell under a Pan-Handle train run
ning twenty miles an hour, but saved his
life by his wonderful presence of mind.
He lay quiet while the entire train passed
over him. The buttons on his coat were
scraped off, and some of his clothing was
A Polander's Vain Efforts to Shuffle Ofl
Kankakf.k, 111., March 19. A dement
ed l'olander named Demack, living in an
adjacent township, hanged himself to a
barn rafter last night, but the rope broke
lie then tried choking himself with a
towel and failed. Ills last resort was a
dull knife, with which he sawed a great
gash in ins throat. Prompt surgical aid
bids lair to place him on his feet again.
The Prevailing Topic.
Gauxktt, K vs., March 19. The mouth
anil fool disease is the prevailing topic of
discussion. I have just returned from a
tour over the country, but am unable to
hear of a single case. Precautions are
being taken to prevent affected cattle
from passing through the country.
An Old Citizen Gone,
lloei'., Auk., March 19. John W. Myer,
an old citizen of tills town, died this
morning of heart disease. He was a
member of the Masonic, Legion and
Kmghtsof Honor, and Knights of Pyth
ias Societies, and leaves his family an
insurance of S'.'Ojoo.
Illinois Wheat Crop.
Noko.mis, I i.i.., March 19. The warm,
spring-like showers we have been having
In this vicinity will very materially help
the wheat. Tho plant is not so badly in
jured as it was supposed to be some time
ago, and the farmers generally are very
much better pleased with tho prospect
than they have been at any time this
Bishop Kavanaugh Dead.
Coi.f.MiHS, Miss., March 10. Bishop
Kavanaugli, aged eighty-three, of the M.
ihurch, South, died this morning.
Once a Famous Singer.
Nkw Yolk, March 19. Madame Anna
Bishop, once a famous singer, died sud
denly last mjiht of apoplexy.
Bknmngion, Vt., March 19. Post
master Tiffany's default aggregates ubout
Jacksonville Fla,, March 19. Jay
Gould leaves for the North to-day.
"A LITTLE OK EVIittYTUINU'' ATTRACTIVELY
BliKVliD I1V ''lllti. 1). GUEKN."
Deau Bi'LLLTTN : I have started several
times lately to write to you, but soraetliiuK
has always prevented. Some could lay a
letter by and add to it by decrees and in
time get it oil"; but it makes mo sort of
hkIuiucI to re id over what I write. It
bcemi like vanity, aud I feel just like when
I go to one of my neighbors that has a
fashion of letting down her buck hair and
combing it to show its extraordinary length
and evenness. I always wish she wouldn't,
and want to turn my head.
Darius says it is because I have barely
enough of my own to hang my jute braid
on. Iiut ours are two souls whose thoughts
are pretty tolerable double, generally speak
ing. For instance, when I tell him of
soino wonderful thing I have read, lie siys
nobody but Mrs. Spoopendyko bud mo
would credit such nonsense, and that be
v-irily believes I imagine every newspaper
man tiies to emulate tho hero of thd cherry-trec-and-hatched
romance. Ho doeBu't be
lieve everything that is printed, he says;
and goes so far as to doubt tho accouut of
that dinner party at which QM tells of
his miraculous recovery of health from ths
use of Warner's Safe llumedy. It must be
a true story, for I have seen it several
Tho other day a Chicago journal said
that certain flattering mention of M iry An
derson might be due to a ''snifter" of Ken
tucky "oourmash" sent to England by the
laly's stepfnther. Darius chuckled over
tho paragraph and thought it a deserved
dig at the intemperance across the river.
'Were all of the Q. A. R.'s that met that
tiuis Kentuckians?" I asked. But his pa
per rustled bo ho didn't seem to hear me.
I meant the time he went to Chicago to
sjj them fix up their party affairs. YVlun
lu canio back lie's a G. A. R. he com
plained so of headache and insisted that I
di lu't season up high enough and was so
ou1: of sorts I just naturally fixed up some
mulleia tea and boucset for him. But bis
system seemed to right itself up in a few
d-vys, and when our weekly papers came I
decided that his little brush was nothing
imro serious than excessive political fervor,
one form of ' hich was handed out at the
bu of tho Palmer House, where f 3,000
worth was disposed of in two days, or such
a matter. Smaller tavcrn3 in proportion.
Well, Boreas has made his exit lrom the
stae for the present gone to the Pole to
recuperate and laugh with tho Northwest
Passage, over tho pigmies' attempt to dis
cover its trail. Last week his icy embrace
crysUlizad and beautified every twig and
blade of grass. When the sua bhone upon
the red oak leaves and Bhimmered among
the icicles upon every vine and branch, the
rugged old fellow may well have been
pleased with the admiration of those fortu
m'.e morthls who buheld the closing tableau
of the Reason.
"Wo part; but not ufToctiou's tears
Bo Jew our Line and last larewe',1."
Au intermission of dull, quiet days fol
lowed. Niture was saving herself for
something, evidently. No one could tell
what the next entertainment would be, but
on last Tuesday evening spring burst upon
us. We were not mistaken when we thought
we heard the rumbling of her approaching
chariot. The quick wheels, smoking with
their rapid journey from southern climes,
were enveloped in clouds that served to
temper tho dewy freshness of tho suuny
maiden's smile as she bowled along.
Tho transcendent beauty of her first ap
pearance for the naw year was thrilling. It
crnld not have been bo in town; but out
h re where tho scene is not tnurrtd by nar
row streets outlined with houses which
bun per tho vision, eartli aud sky were
transformed in a manner befitting the occa
sion. After the shower the sun shone out
bright and clear,' illumining tho wood to
the eastward and bringing into bold relief
the trunks of the trees, moss-grown and
s!i ided grey and green. Their gigntx
tiis toworiug high above the level mead
ows this side for iu Ctcho Bittom we
have kingly specimens of monarchs of the
forest were dyed crimson, purple and gold.
Over all was a rainbow, while to the south
east tho lightning yet flashed from a dark
cloud. Nature's diamonds clittered iu the
grass at our foot, near by a tiny stream,
swollen to its greatest magnitude, rushed
along with all its little might, gurgling to
itself as it leaped from root to root of the
gnnrled old tree that stands in its way.
As wo gazed the brilliant colors began to
darken, tho dainty tints of the graceful
arch began to dim, and we turoed to see
tin came. A long black streamer had
blom across tho sun, completely eclipsing
t ie lower half of the fast descending orb.
A tl ick of belated wild geese, attendant
pages of welcome spring, came up from tho
s )uta and disappeared in tho depths of the
woo 1, which almost at that moment lost its
A mini nl later the scene had faded for
Cacue, March U, 1884.
You Would Do Very Foolish To
Older or Buy any
Solid Silvkk and Silvkii Plated Wake,
Music Boxks, Cutleuy,
Jewkluy, ou Lamps,
Without first sending six cents for po&tsgo
and receiving the magnificently illustra
te! catalogue of the
MKRMOD & JACCAIID J IJWELUY CO.,
Fourth and Locust Sts., St. L' uis.
When in St, Louis call on them. (2)
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Today is the first day of spring
Summer will begin ou ihu 20th of June, at
8 p. m.
Fure white Leghorn eggs, 13 for one
-Mr. Nicholas M mce is now bar
kutpur at Mr. Louis Herbert's suIjoii, ciruer
Twelfth and Washington.
" Lot misses kid shoes, slightly soiled,
worth $2.50 per pair, will sell for ?5o.
2t IIavtuoun & Sloo
Tho Cheerful Workers will give an ex
cellent supper for 25 cents at tho liuptiht
church this evening.
Remember the supper ut 15 iptist church
to-night, which will be served from 5 to 1)
o'clock to accommodate all.
Ice, wood aud kindling, at City Fr.
ery, Jacob Kloe. tf
Ju lgeJHross left yesterday for Chicago,
to attend a meeting of the directors of the
St. Louis aud Ciiro road, who are to mutt
there to day.
Full standard, prints 5c per yard, at
2t Haytiiohn & Sloo's.
A dozju or inureyiung men havo or
ganized a debuting society, which is to
meet at the Y. M. C. A. rooms Fiiday to
discuss "High Grade."
We are still ready to sell our entire
stock ot clothing. GdJstino & Rosen water
The Ohio and branches are falling
agaiu. We will probably not have much
more water here, even though the Missis
sippi is rising at St. Louis.
20 doz. corsets, worth $1.25, will sell
for COc. Haytiiouk & loo. 2t
The St. Louis aud Cairo roa i is taking
auotlier rest on this end of tho line. Tho
river is again master of the situation be
tween this city and Hodges Park.
Bankrupt stock of furniture for sale
cheap at No. 101 Commercial avenue, near
Gth street, up stairs. tf
All out-doer work is at a stand still,
because of too much precipitation. With
the adTout of pleasant weather there Will
be a general bustle in all parts of the citv.
Mrs. Samuel Redman, of East St. Louis,
is in tho city on a visit to relatives. Sam
was also here several days ago, but return
ed to his post of duty at East St. Louis.
Last week Mr. Jacob Kline, of tho
brick yard, fell and dislocated his left
elbow, which has compelled him to carry
his arm in a sliug ever since. The arm an 1
hand ore still much swollen.
The Fresbyterian congregation is still
ou tho look-out for a minister. They want a
man without family this time, and have
rented the parsonage to Mr. C. 1. Stuart,
who occupies it as a residence.
The citizen who voluntarily has tho
gutter in front of his premise cleaned cut
at this time is entitled t a medal and the
freedom ot the city, with a chromo thrown
in. Such liberal men belong to the elect.
A speaial meeting of the City Council
will be held to-Dight, for general business.
The Street Committee met yestorday after
noon, and among other matters pasked up
on, five or six bids tor street filling were
examined into, and the committee mado up
i's report for the council to-night.
In our advertising cohirnnsjwill be
found a notice of a handy account book
which, for couvonience and general use, is
not excelled by anything of the kind that
has ever been discovered or invented. Full
particulars will be found in the advertise
ment headed "The Handy Pocket Account
Tho total value of crops produced in
this county in 1883 was $391,358. The
total value of the beef cattle was $12,714;
dairy cows, 7,350. Tho total value of
the hog product, live weight, was 3'),915.
The sheep product was only $G4'; wool
product, $306. The total value of all
animal products ws $45,343. The total
value of farm and animal products, $439,
878.22. A white man named Juo. Lyons gain
ed entrance to the basement of the Opera
House, Tuesday night while the show was
in progress, and, being drunk, lay down in
a corner unobserved aud fell asleep. When
he awoke ho found himself locked in. He
tried to get out and broke a wiudow in the
effort, but was evidently too boozy to make"
his escape. He also damaged the organ
some. Ho was arrested in the Opera. House
by Chief Myers yesterday evening and
taken to the calaboose to sober up.
Barton lays this flattering unction to
his soul: "The bloody chasm"' (in Alexan
der County) "is closed up. Bird and Soott,
Murphy and Reeve arc all sweetly sleeping
in one bed -or will be. Tho spirit of lovo
has descended, and pcrmeats every Repub
lican bosom. The olive branch has been
put away, there being uo further use for it.
Never before was thero such a feeling of
oneness among the elect. Nay, Brother
Bulletin, you can no moro inject your
poison into the veins of Alexander County
Republicans. While they are billing and
cooing like harmless doves, yet are they
wise K8 serpents. Go to."
Medical science knows a true reins 1y
when it sees it. It kuows a bad one too,
and isn't Blow to rap it on tho knuckle.
Wherever doctors havo tried Athlophoros
it has won their favor. Dr. J. Li Due,
Denver, Miamie Co., Ind., in writing for
an order of Athlophoros, stys: "My uncle,
Rev. William Cool, has tried Athlophoroj
for R'lcumatisin, and it has helped him so
much that my mother, who has been a suf
ferer tor a long time, is anxious to try it."
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, H A N G US, K U J IN ACES,
Tin, Coppor and Auatc I rouwuru.
Rooliur, Guttering and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Km 97 31 & W EMU. Sheet,
Paints, - Oils, - Varnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, c.
MAKE A SmivlIT OK
Mouldings, Picture Frames, caiko, ill.
7 Telephone No 103
.Engravings aud "Wall Papers.
Tho Cheerful Workers will t'ivo a sup
per ut the Baptist church, corner loih and
I'oplar streets, Ttursduy niht, from 6 to 0
o'clock, for the benefit of tue church. The
public is cordially n.vited. Supper, 2'jc
for udulU; children, 15c. at
THE I1E3T I'UMP.
BEcunrry aoainst kike.
Q ) aud laok at the Buckeye Pump iu
front of L. U. Herbert's gas titling shop. It
is the best lift and force pump ever invnit
e l. Will force water fifty feet, and woiks
m easy that a three-year-old child can dr iw
water. Especially adapted for cisterns. The
beat tiling out incase of lire iu the house.
BriMXG IS COMING
seeds! seeds !1 keed:!!1
We now have in stock full line of garden
and field seeds ol ull kinds, both by tho
pound or papers.
Golden wux beans.
White corn-bill beans.
German wax Leans.
Extra early peas.
Early corn s.ed.
CvC, &e., &z.
New York earlvroso potato seed.
Yellow and red sweet potato seed.
Yellow and red onion setts.
Black mixed seed oats.
Plows aud plow harness.
Fanners and gardeners will tave money
by buyihy their seed from us.
Clover, timothy and blue-rass seed on
hand New Yoit Stoke. 10-t
Cheese anl Butter.
GC.UUXrEKD I'UKE STOCK.
Choice Dairy Butter.
Choice Creamery Butter.
Choice Factory Cheese.
L hoice Cream Cheese.
G. M. Alden,
2201m No. 21 8th St.
New York Store Company,
C. W. Henderson,
W. B. Pettis,
E. B. Pcttit,
W. L. Bristol,
G. F. Ort &, Co.,
Stratton & Bird,
lor Chess Car ley Company's famous
"Fire Proof Oil."
Legal Blanks Kept Jfor Sale
at The Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Ileal E.state Mortgage,
Executions, "Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
liucKien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
ill uises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Iihcum, Fever
i-'ores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, aud positively
r ures Piles. It is guaranteed to givo per
fect satisfaction or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
Au Answer Wanted.
Can any one bring us a case of Kidney
or Liver complaiut that Electric Bitters
will not speedily cure We say they can
not, as thousands of cases already perma
nently cured aud who are daily recommend
ing Electric Bitters, will prove. Blight's
disease, diabetes, weak back, or any urinary
complaint quickly cured. They purify tho
blood, regulate tho bowels, and act direct
ly ou tho diseased parts. Every bottle guar
anteed. For sale at 503. a bottlo by Barclay
A Fair Ofler.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.
off'.T to send Dr. Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Applicauces on trial, for thirty days, to
men, old or young, afflicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. 2
If you suffer with Sick Headache, Con
stipation, Sour Stomach, or Bilious attacks,
Emory 'h Littlo Cathartic Tills will re
lieve you. 15 cents. (3)
CLARK & LOVE'lT,
CIO CITY LIVERY, FEED and
Commercial Av , let. Utli & 9th Sts.
N. 11.T1IISTLEWU0I), Propr.
Good Turnouts at Reasonable Rates.
ttTIIovsi'H lourduil unci well cured
TiatFHONK NO. l:a.
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successor to Chas. T. XtwUnd and
II. T. Gerould)
Plumber, Steam and Gas Filter,
Commercial Ave , let. Tenth and Ele
CAIKO, j : : ILL.
Drive Will Force and Lift J'ump furn'.ehed and
put up. Aiiuiit for the Celebrated
"UUCKEYE F0KCE PUMP",
the bent pump ever Invented. 'cw One Fhtnre
turtilched to order. O d rix'uree repaired uud
broii y."d ,
.fiJobblDB promptly attended to. 319 tf
Clarlvson & Bowers,
.'o. MO th yt , Cairo, 111.
fiGood Stock and I'rlcei Reasonable. .,1
I At 11. SMITU.
EUBKHT A. 8XIT11.
Grand Central Store.
W. STRATTON, Cairo. T. BIRD. Missouri.
STRATTON & BIRD,
No. 57 Ohio Lctuo, Cairo, I'l.
fBArfenta Amoilcau Powder Ot.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to Urdor.
8th St., bot. Ohio Leveo & Commercial Ave.
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Repairing: neatly done at short notice.
EW YORK STORE,
WL70LE9A.LK AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Slock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD V.ERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth etreet) - Pait'n Tl
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