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THE DAILY CAIUO BULLETIN: TUESDAV MOUMXU, MSPlEMIiEU 10, IS7S.
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Office and Resilience i
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jyi E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Own-No. 11 Commercial Avenue, between
jsixtuu aim jmiub biiwb
jr. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFfCE-Elghth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
g P. WHEELER,
OFFiCE-Ohlo Leveo, bet. Fourth ami Sixth it
JMNEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
St. Louis, Cairo iiid Piulucah Packet
SPLLN'DiaSIDKWH'CKr, FUKIdUr AN' I) PAS
Sltt DE SMET,
JOHN rthTNEIt . Master.
JOHN LKAMEN Clerk.
Leaves Cairo ever)' We dtiesday at t p.m. for Padtl
rnh. Leaves Cairn ever Thursday at i p.m. for St.
For freight or passage apple on Hallldev A Phillip?'
wharf-bout, or to JAMES HkUiS, Ajront.
SI, Ohio Levee.
For Columbus, Hickmau ami New Jliulriil
T. T. IIILLMAX, Si
JOSEPH AMDROS Master.
LEAVES CAIItO EVE:tY
TUESDAYTHURSDAY ami SATURDAY
For fr.l:!it or passa.;? apply on Halliduy & Phil
lip' Wharf boat, or to .
JAMES nifJtiS, Asent.
5 Ohio 1-ero.t.
QAUXO CITY FEU1LY CO.
ZM FKmiYBOAT JTiV
Foot Fourth t
S a. m.
in a. m.
J p. in.
Mlonrt Limd'K. Kentucky Ld'g.
: a. in.
Peso a. in.
.!:: p. m.
4:iiJ p. m.
M a. m.
S p. m.
fjyWu are authorized to announce Oco. W, Sum
mons a a Candidate fur County Commissioner ol
Alexander county at the ens;:!n$ November election.
CZWc are authoru'.-d to aunottuce Win. J. Mill
ford a a candidate fur County Cotumlfdoncr of
Alexander county, subject to the derision of the
people at the election in Novemlier next.
JiP"W arc authorized .o announce the mine of
Samuel IJrllcy of Hazlewood as a Candidate for
ComtyCotnml'sloner of Alexander county at the
i-mmlng November election.
tWe arc authorized to announce John Ilmta-
a candidate for Sheriff of Alexander county at the
enduing November election.
i'frW'e are authorized to announce 1!. C. LOF
MX a a dtididate for Sheriff of Alexander county,
iiih'ect to the decision of the people at the election
i n November urxt.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY AND COl'XTY.
CAIUO, 111., Sept.
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Time. liar. Thcr. lima Wind. Vel. Weather.
!! p.m. sN.'W
.Maximum l uermtinn-ter. kTJ; Mitilinimi Thcr
niouict.r. (H9 Halufall, U 01 inch.
. . W. II. HAY.
Sera t Signal Corp', V. S. A.
Fon S.yi.k. The finest bur counter in the
city, dump, at tin.. Planters limit;.
Fr.sn Ovstkus, j.tst reeeivcii at M. AV
Parker's, Winter's hlnck, Commercial
Lost. Last tii-lit between corner Elev
enth ami Walnut streets ami Atln-neum n
small gold jii. Reward will be )mi.l for
return of same to E. S. Hill, corner Elev
enth nml Walnut streets.
AliOl'T THE CITY.
The question is uskeil n iW.cn times a
lay now "when- the rwA- curt ;' We
answer, wvilon't know.
-The steamer James W. Guff, from St.
Louis for ("nicinnutti. usse, ,, tlc Ohio
yestenlay without lan.liim.
It wm ruiiKireil on our Hlreuts yester
day that Cnl. Winston. f..riii.Tlr.if tfiU c-itv
waslyin-iitthepuintof,!,!,,,,, hU ,,:',
-The special lollo- wm Wm, m
hut night were CHj.t.J.M. ,ili,,w.
yor Jevse llinkie.W. L.lirM,,!. ).,VM
ml Matt P. Fulton. "'
The Lewis Coal ('..mpany 1W M
the stock it had on hand in t,is ,.jtv ,
Cairo City Coal Company, tm-l wi'il withi
draw their yard from Cilm,
ei,..,t,r u i .
jonct ywtcniay, where hi: went i!W, i.v:
lny with a sranj of prisoners Kentenceil to
l ie penitenuary Ht tin- litat term of the
circuit court. Tin- prisoners, lb my Ma.sov
lor attempt to mtirih r. senteneeil to four
years;. lane. Rmith, bnrlary, two years
George Chandler, cmilhlenco game, ono
yenr;Joseph nurtmi, Imrglaiy, four years
A burglar was iletectediin tho housoof
Mr. Henry Hullhlay a day or two ago, who
was frightened off tcforc ho had a chance
to get anything of vnluo. Although sever
al persons gavo chase tho thief managed to
make his escape.
The steamer Whisper from Niw Orleans,
arrived yesterday morning. Sho went to
the Kentucky shore and laid thero until
alnmt fivo o'chx-k last night, when she de
parted for St. Louis.
Charles Smith, a negro from the south,
ran the blockade on Sunday night. Ho was
arrested a few minutes after entering the
city, and sent back over the river with a
warning not to return.
Mr. Crawley, who died in this city yes
terday was one of Cairo's oldest citizens.
He was well and favorably known to all of
our people, nml his death will be regretted
There is a movement on finit to have
tho Knights of the Mystic Krew repeat the
excellent entertainment given by them for
the benefit of the yellow fever sufferers,
last Friday night Whether the Krew will
comply with the request we are not able to
A letter received by Mr. Ike Wulder,
from Sam Ulman, who is in Clinton, Ky.,
denies the report that there 1ms been any
deaths from yellow fever in that town. Two
refugees from Memphis have died in the
vicinity of Clinton within the last week but
they were insolated places several miles
from the town.
The Knights of the Mystic Krew of
Connis of this city, yesterday shipped to
Canton, Miss., a car load of lime. Mr.
Roliert Powell, mayor of Canton, on being
notified of the K row's donation, sent the fol
lowing telegram : "C:;nton, Sept. H. (.'has.
GilhotVr. Esq.. K. M. K. C. : In behalf of
tho citizens of Canton, sick and well, allow
me to thank you f"r the car of lime.
Robert Powell, Mayor."
The report was current on the streets
of this city yosfnhiy and published in the
St. Louis Republican, that t.'ic yellow fever
Jiad broke out in Charleston. There was
no foundation for the report, as the follow
ing dispatch will show: "Charleston, Sept.,
9. Board of IL'alth, Cairo. The St. Louis
Republican reports yellow fever here. The
city .was never m better health, u, .
The body of a man supposed to be one
William Freeman, was found in the Ohio
river at Mound City on Sunday morning.
Several wounds wire found on the deceased,
which leads the citizens of that place to the
conclusion that Freeman was a victim of
foul play. Two men. rlatboatmcn, who re
ported the finding of the body of Freeman,
were arrested, but wc hear there, has been
nothing- learned that points to their guilt.
-The family of Mr. Tom Porter, who
resides about two miles above this city on
the Unity road, numbering five members,
are ail down with what the doctors pro
nounce pernicious bilious fever. The dis
ease commenced in the familv last Wednes
day. John Porter will probably die; Mrs.
Porter was unable to be about the house on
Sunday but took a relapse, and is again
confined to her bed. Mr. Porter, who was
in the city yesterday, left the impression
that the disease is of a suspicious character,
and it will be well for our authorities to
take this matter in hand anil exercise tho
precaution the case demands.
-The following dispatch fnm Dr. Luke
Blackburn, the eminent Louisville physi-
c'an who arrived in Hickmau a few days
ago, will settle the doubt as to whether the
disease that has prevailed in flickman is
milk lever" or yellow fever : 'Hickman,
Ky., Septembers, 1S78, Dr. C. W. Dunning,-,
Quarantine Physician: Te'egruph opera
tor down with yellow fever. This is yellow
fever, beyond question. Fifty or more sick
or convalesc'ng. Some will die. About
sixty whites and one hundred and fifty
blacks in town. The worst is over. The
physicians here can control the disease.
Guard your quarantine and you will save
your people. Lckf. P. Rlackuuii.v.
The people of Metropolis are in a state
of uneasiness. About ten days ago, a
young lady, Miss Loudon, arrived in Metro
polis, by the way of Louisville, from Mem
phis, and took up her quarters wi.h her
brother, Captain Loudon, on tho steamboa
Keokuk, laying at the shipyards there re-
cci ,ng repairs A lny or two alter her ar
rival atMoliopolis, Miss Loudon was con
fined to her bed by sickness, pronounced
by the physicians of tho place bilious fever
Many of the ladies of Metropolis visited
Miss Loudon, remaining with her hours at
a time, until Thursday last, when the doc
tors pronounced the disease yellow fever,
Miss Loudon died on Friday and was
buried on Saturday. This is the case that
has created so much talk in this city, tho
report having been spread that Captain
London, after the nature of his sister's ill
lies had become known, was refused assis
tance, and was unable to procure a coflln in
Metropolis to bury her in. The fact is
Captain Loudon desired a metalic coflln,
and being unable to procure it
in Metropolis, lie went . to Paducah
and purchased it. The people of
Metropolis did all they could to assist him
In his bereavement. Captain John Willis
preferring his personal assistance in per
forming the hist rites, hut Captain Louden,
having the crew of his boat at his command
refused to allow Mr. Wilier to run any dan
g"f from going about the corpse.
Mrs. A. Marx has gono cast.
Mrs. John Aisltorpo has gono to Ohio.
Tho Union county fair beg'jg ot
Dr. Wardner arrived in tho city yester
Miss Ida Siebothein, of St Louis, is in
tho city, tho guest of tho Misses Pitcher.
Mr. P. W. Barclay returned homo from
Russellville, Ky., yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Woodward and daughter, Miss
Tennie, have gone to Chicago.
Mrs. Dr. Smith and family liavo gone
Mrs. John Q. Harman and daughter,
Kate, are in Cobden, visiting.
Mrs. John Sproat and family have gone
to Peoria on a visit to friends.
Dr. Ranch left this city for Chicago on
Miss Annie Pitcher goes to visit her
brother at Xashullo, Ills., to-morrow.
Miss Bettie Elliott has gone to Centra
lia. Judge Mulkey and family have gone
Mrs. John Jones, Mrs. ('has. Pink, Jr.,
and Miss Ada Lester, are in Centralia.
Mrs. Robert K. Riley and family have
gone to St. Louis.
Green Line Miller goes to St. Louis to
day. Mrs. 0. Hoy thorn and family (in
going to Jonesboro to-day.
('has. Galighcr and family are in She
boygan. Phil Saup's family go to Dixon Springs
Mrs. Ben Thi.-t'cwro l and child leave
to-day for the northern part of this state.
Miss Mollie Webb and Mr Georu'e
('holler, have gone to Jonesboro, to attend
Mr. John H. Oberly returned home
from Chicago and Springfield yesterday
The signal service reports from all
quarters last evening were of a most pleas
ing charier, cold weather being reported
Foil a good hluive for 10 cents, and a
good hair cut for 25 cents, go tu Henry
Shick's barber shop, No. 142 Coinmertiil
Fon Rest. The Cuhl property, on
II"! brook avenue, corner of Twenty-third
street. Apply to
A. P. SainoEnm, Agent.
Wood and Coat,.- Seasoned wood, Hick
ory, Oak and Ash, at s?:l per cord during
September. Paradi-e and Big Muddy Coal.
Orders taken for fall delivery at. $2 75 for 1
ton; $2 02 per ton for 2 tons; $2 50 per
ton for 3 or more.
OyTKiss. Harry Walker receives in
good order daily by express the best Select
Baltimore Oysters, which 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 at the Crystal
The Rochester, N. Y., Express, of the
flth inst says: "A report prevailed that there
was a case of yellow fever in this city, but
so far as we could learn there was no found
ation for the report, excepting that a gentle
man named Mullor, formerly of this city,
and connected with the signal service ofliee,
had succumbed to the disease down south.''
Wc presume the Express had in its mind's
eye Mr. Joseph K. Mullor, the asitat in
the signal service oflicc of this city, who,
we are glad to state, is alive and lias no
thought of (lying for a good many years to
A Wish Deacon. "Deacon Wilder, I
want you to tell me how you kept yourselt
and family so well the past season, when
all the rest of us have been sick so much,
and have had the doctors running to us so
long." l,Bro. Taylor, the answer is very
easy. I used Hop Bitters in time and kept
my family well and saved largo doctor
bills. Three dollars worth of it kept us all
well and able to work all the time, and I
will warrant it has cost you and the most
of the neighbors one or two hundred dol
lars to keep sick the samn time. I guess
you'll take my medicine hereafter." See
ESCOCIIAOKMEXT FOH T1IK FeEIII.E.
8o long as the falling embers of vitality
are capable of being re-kindled into a wurm
and genial glow, just so long as there is
hope for the weak and emaciated invalid.
Let him not, therefore, despond, but de
rive encouragement from this and from the
furthej fact that there is a restorative most
potent in renewing tho dilapidated powers
of a broken down system. Yes, thanks to
its unexampled tonic virtues, Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters is daily reviving
strength in the bodies and hope in the minds
of tho feeble nml nervous. Appetite, re
freshing sleep, the acquisitions of flesh and
color, are blessings attendant upon the re
parative proesses which this priceless in
vigorant speedily initiates ond carries to a
successful conclusion. Digestion is restored,
tho blood fertilized and sustenance afforded
to each life sustaining organ by tho bitters,
which is inoffensive even to the feminina
palate. Vegetable in its composlt'o und
thoroughly safe. U.-e It, and regain vigor.
ADOHKU 1IY THE DEMOCUACV HP ILLINOIS
IN STATE CON VKNTIO.N ASSEMBLED.
The Democracy of tho state of Illinois us
semblod iti convention, congratulate the
country on the Until settlement of questions
relating to the civil wur upon tho principles
of local self-government so long supported
by tho Democratic party, and reaffirm their
confidence in the capacity ot tho people to
govern themselves and their belief in the
supremacy of civil over military power; tho
liberty of individual action uncontrolled by
sumptuary luws, support of free common
schools, and duty of nil to yield to the law
fully expressed will of tho majority, und we
1st. That reform must be made in na
tional, state, county and municipal govern
ment by the reduction of taxes and expen
ditures, dismissal of unnecessary and incom
petent officers and employes from public
services and strict enforcement of official re
sponsibility, ami the provisions of the btute
constitution limiting indebtedness and rate
of taxationhtill be strictly observed and
2d. That tariff for revenuo only shall be
adopted and if discrimination is made it
should be in favor of the necessaries of life,
and in order to remove a part of the burden
from tin; mass of the people who are taxed
too much, a irrndunted tax on incomes over
a reasonable sum of support ought to be
adopted and placed upon siiiplus profits of
the wealthy who escape their just propor
tion of taxation.
ltd. Wo favor United States bonds and
treasury notes being subject to taxation the
same as other property.
4th. All contracts ought to he performed
in good faith according tothe terms thereof,
and obligations of the government diseharg
cd in lawful money except yhere otherwise
expressly provided upon their face and by
the law under which they were issued, and
repudiation should find no favor with an
Sili. It is unwise to msks any further
reduction of the principal f the public
debt for tne pnsent. and bonds as they may
mature, or sooner if possible, should be re
placed by the issue of other bonds bearing
lower rate of interest. It is the duty f
the federal government to issue lmnds in
small denominations to be sold in this
country for the aeconiuioihition of those
who wish to invest savings iu lie seett
rities. Gth. That we f.ivor immediate and unci n
ilitional repeal of the resumption act.
Till. Wc applaud the action of eoiv.'ress
in the enactment of the silver bill, and ac
cept it as u partial measure of linaiio.i d re
lief, but we demand such further leg'sla
tion as may result in authorizing silver bul
lion certificates and lealiz ng five coinage
of the silver dollar, the demonetization of
which we denounce as an act meriting the
condemnation of ih,. pn p'e.
Sth. It is the cxehi-ive prerogative of the
United Stat -s to i-s ie all bills to circulate
as money, and a riyht which ought not to
be exercised by any state orcoip iration.
Oth. No further contraction of the vol
ume of legal tender tn . -tiry note i u,!it to
be allowed, and they should be received for
customs, taxes and public dues as well as
private debts, and reigned as f.st as re
ceived. 10th. The national bank notes should be
retired, tind instead of them should le is
sued by the government a:i equal amount of
11th. Sul'sidies in money, bonds, land or
credit ought not to be granted i y tiie fed
12th. The hankiupt law ought to be im
l.'lth. Courts should be brought as close
to t ie homes of tin; litigants as ei o mmy in
irovernutent wil' justify; that therefore the
judicial power of th" United States sie-uld
be so rcfU'tited as to prevent controversies
between citizens of different states, tiati-f r
of cases from state to superior courts wl.i-h
tire so far removed from tie.- people as to
make justice tUerem inconvenient, expen
sive and tardy. Not less than five thousind
dollars should he fixed as mininum inri--dietion
of such courts in such controversies.
Uth. The appointment by federal courts
of receivers of corporations who resist pay
ment of taxes, disregard the rights of citi
zens, and turn earnings of corporations into
foreign channels is an evil that ottifht to be
corrected by law, and congress ou'ht to en
act such laws ns will prohibit such evils
and prevent the interference by fed -ral
courts with the collection of state, county
and municipal taxes by appointment of re
ceivers, granting injunction or other pro
cedure, loth. Wages of employes of corporations
engulfed in mining, manufacturim; and
transportation should be made a lirst lien
upon the property, receipts and e r lings of
said corporation, und said lien snould be
declared, defined and enforced by appro
Kith. The system of loasinj convict labrr
ought to le immediately abolished by the
legislature, and some measure adopted to
protect nianufacturers.tneehanics and labor
ers from unjust competition with convict la
bor of other states.
17th. That the acts of the leaders of the
Republican party in defeating the choice of
tho people for president and vice president
is tho monster political crime of tho nge
a crime against free government and the
elective franchise, which can only be con
doned when the criminals are driven from
power and consigned to infamy by the peo
ple whom they have outraged. And we
denounce the act of the president in ap
pointing to high offices the corrupt mem
iiorsof the returning board, as a reward
for their infamous conduct, and we condemn
the ollicers of the federal government who
have attempted to interfere with the admin
istration of justice in tho courts of Louis
Resolved, That it is tho duty of our
legislature to enact laws tor tho protection
of depositors In savings and all other bunks,
and for the incarceration of defaulting bank
Anotheii Fat Man R edited. II. A.
Kufusi dealer in dry-goods, Woodhull, III.
writes Botanic Medicine Co., Bulfalo, N. Y.,
June 22J. 1751: "Gentlemeni-Pleaso find
inclosed f 15.00, for which send me by ex
press, Anti-Fat. I hare taken one bottle
und lost five and one-quarter pounds."
Smokeus, if you wish a flue "Key West"
or "Imported" cigar, cull at Korsmeyer's
cigar store. It is tho only place in the city
almost daily in receipt of fresh goods.
Fob Rent. Cottag.i on Tenth street
between Washington and Wuluut.
33 1 S E NFECTANT8
PHCENIX D11UG STORE
COMMKUCIAI, AVK. AND KIQIITTEENTII 8T.
St. Lous Faiu and Exposition. The
Illinois Central lailrotul will commence sale
of tickets Sunday, September 8th. Fare of
round trip $8.00 ticket of admission to
I'NCI.AIMED llAOOACE AT TIIE ST. CIIAIU.E8
AND 1'I.ANTEIts' II01KI.S. KEI'TEMULK
Consisting of the following articles:
One valise, W. M. Stone; 1 valise, W. L.
Lock; t valise and emit, (5. Kay; 2 vulises,
no name; I trunk. S. Simons; I trunk, no
1111111" tit St. Charles hotel.
Two valise, A. Campbell, and 1 sample
case. E. Melht'oy at Planters' house.
R. K. Konew,
The Cairo City Coal company can sell
better coid cheaper than anybody for three
sound rca-ons: It mines its own coal from
its own mines; it pays no royalty; and it
can and does hind it at Cairo at bottom
transportation prices. Ti.es.- facts enable
it t ) do just what it s iys it will do. Parties
in Cairo, thep fore, can purc hase 10 bushels,
or one ton, or ten tons at the same figure
that 100 tons can be bought. And the
prudent housekeeper knows that now is the
time to prepare for the cold weather coming
and lay in a supply of cheap coal.
Factop.y Fact". Close confinement,
("ireful attention to all factory work, give
the operatives pallid faces, poor appetite,
languid, miserable feelings, Mor blood, in
active liver, kidneys and urinary troubles,
and all the physicians and medicine in the
world cannot help them unless tiey g-t out
doors or use Hop Bitters, made of the pur
est and best remedies, and ts;ecially for
such oise.s, having abundance of health,
sunshine and rosy checks in them. None
need .surfer if tiny will use them freely.
They co.-t but a trifle. Sec .'inotliercolumti.
Died. At Cairo, Ills., Sept. Mh. 1S7S,
Joseph Crowley, nged (2 years and 4
months. Funeral from the Church of the
Redeemer to-day, ( Tuesday ) at 12 o'clock,
to Villa Ridges by I o'clock train.
Illinois State Fa in To be held at
Freeport September 10 to 21, 187S. The
Illinois Central railroad will sell tickets at
one and one-filith fare for round trip. Tick
ets good to return until September
IIaiuiv Wai.ki.ii w ill run an oyster wagon,
delivering oysters in any part of the city.
Orders by poctal c-ird will receive prompt
State of llllne. Alevoeler County m. Iu the Alex
ander I o nitv t In nit Court.
leiniiia I'. Ilurtlett ami eliiev S. IiirtU tt. Iier
hu-luitul. v. .Mury Mewnrt and William W. Stewuit.
I.ill to fori-eiit-,; inorlL'ae.
I'n'ilie Notioo l lierehy v'lven that, In puruaiire
of a decree rendered l aid Court in the aliuve en
titled i aue at the May Term. A. 1. IsTS. I. John
H llarmaii. .Ma-ler iu I hani ervof 'aid County, will,
on Monday, the neeoiid day of N-plenilier.
A. U. IsTS.' at the hour of 11 o'clock a. in .
sell at puhlle aiirtlmi to the highest
Id liler for tn-h In hand, ut the winterly ilimr or the
t ouit lleiiM'.iu ih i ity of Cairo, Iu raid County
and Stale, tlie-fniinwiiiir described p al estate, to
wit: " The northerly one hundred acren of claim
mi in hi r-d live liiinilr'ed and twenty-nine i.V.t-). oir
iy minilii-reil live hundred and Iweiiti -seven i.'i.Ct
i iiiuieui lii at the north easterly comer of said
claim, and survey and runnliiit aloiiK the easterly
line of claim to a point a siilPcleiit distance from
ild l ir miliar to include with a line runniii'iicruss
loilil C id i parallel with the northerly line ol n.iid
c'alin to tin- westerly line tlu-reorio I aclinic Mid nm
h.lndred acren ol land situate In the Countvof Alex
ander, Statu of lllluol." together with the prill
le.'ea and appurtc uauce thereunto I'eloueli.n ur
Slid real estate will he sold to satisfy a decree for
1 4 ".I with Interest and the cimta of ult and ex
pauses of Bile.
' JOIINQ. IIAHMAN.
Master Iu Chancery.
(Iiikkn Si Oii.itKitT, Comp'ta Solicitor,
lated Cairo, Illinois, Auuii.t Sth, ISTS.
Now Gun Shop,
Cor. Sixth St. and Commercial Ave.,
Guns, Pistols, Safes nml Looks Ui'pain'tl.
Keys MuuY to Order.
CHOKE IIOH1NOON HltKACll LOADINdfit'NS
All work "iniranteed atlsfaetory, at cheaper rule
than can be obtained nl any other place iu the city.
MURRAY nml LAS
Tim i.,iiIi.i.1. 111 ii m t
lastllllitet most ilellculu
ofall perfumes for use on
v the handkerchief at the
to toll.. i nml In tho hath.
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headache, Look oul for eontorfelt. Always n-Kii
lor Florida W aler. prepnr d by the sole proprietor,
Mer. Laiiinun .V Kemp. New York.
For ule by perfumer, dralst ami fancy ttood
Flttf MM ML.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in loo.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Load.- a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Obtained for lew Invention', or for Improvement
on old oie s; for tiieiiii al or other col. ifiuu iid-, trade
marks and labels. Cnvi-uK A--!'..'!imciitii. Inter
ference Appeals, Suli for Infringement, und
all case arl.lui; under I he 1'it.til I. am. prompt-
iv attended lo. Invciitliiiik Hint have, bi-eii
I'l'1 I Vi X'YV I ,,v I'a'eul Olliie mav'tlll.
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