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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SUA DAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1878.
Capeine Porous Plaster!
nn ih'' ordinary por-
imlu-killinu agent lu one.
Thn manufacturer received the highest ami only
ir.vird pHi-n lo Porous l'limliir ut the Cent, niilicl.
We w urrnnt II-iimii' Capclne Pluster In he supe
rior to nil other Porous Plasters miO tuaVlliiluieiit.
ASK THOSE WHO KNOW
Ask any physician IT llcuson' Caption Porous
J'luflvr is not Ihi' Wl jiIuxht In thu world. This
n-rnn: kablo article w Invented In rivcrr.omo Ihu
gn U objection always foil ml In tilt nrilliiury porous
jiiurTi r 01 now action in Bringing rciii-i.
V .r lame and we.ik hack. rhrumntliin, troubles o(
rli- mliw mid klducys, II Is truly wonderful rvtmi
ily. Physicians everywhere recognize It" gnat "0
lierinrlty to other liorouii nlastcr nml to nil lini
ments. It n lices pain at once and cure quicker
Uiuu eiiy known ii.u-u r, liniment or compound.
" 4 "IT'PY T TIIKIti: are elHtiifn.iianl
V;AU I IV I worthless Imitation ot
ll-'linou's ( a'" ln I'ln-tcr In the market. The gen
uine have tli nurd "Capclne nil through lug
plaster. Nuit l mi ilrus'.tPtii. rrico ncuns.
nn great English remedy
i;i:avs MT-cint mkiih ink.
In npeelally recoin-
mui 5. "'iiiinitia an an uu-
faiitnu cur- for
I Seminal Wcaknrna
;.1p rinatorhea, Ini
poteiiry, anil all
rltneanen t tint ful
low an a iM-querne
on aelf ahiine: a
lina of Mi mory,
Jlafk. l)lraii-n in ine mioti, rrematore i)iu Acp
and many iHh'-r dlmam-n that lead to Innanity. Cud
auniptloii and a 1'rematum iruve, all of which an a
rule are nrni caiimn vy ueviauu iroin the patn ol
uature ami over lunuli;cn''. I be ppeclllc Medirine
i me rem 1 1 01 a llle ntuay anil many yearn or r
peru-nce In t n a 1 1 u j tin-no npenal illea n
Kt.ll partkularn In our pamphlet, which we d
in to onuil free tv mull to eterr one.
The hpeclli; Medlelne In nold by all droirirlntn at
11 per packaire. or nil packauea fort-i, or will lw
mul by mail on receipt or the money by addn-rnlni;
I IIK liKAI MKUK INK I
No. 10 Meebanic'a Block. Iiktiuht. Unit
iTfHi)lil lu Cairo, 111 , by i'ait U. Si irm, aud
uy uniKUi'ta ereriwuere.
rJlK ONLY 25 CENT
A safe an J reliable substi
t ute for Quinine. The irrca
tasteless medicine for all (li
senses caused by Malaria
roisonin, being a prevent
five as well as a certain reine
Dumb Anie. A'Hie Cake. Re
mittent, Intermittent Fevers
Kidney Comiilaint, Dyspejisia
anudeneral Debility; theliesi
general tonic for debilitate
system. Price -" cents ber
box. Family boxes Si. 00. Sol
by Druggists. Mailed on re
eeijd oi price.
Kl'NAS DICK A C o., Vi Wonnrnit STitrrr. Nrw
Yohk. Ten cent ei pluiuiory book mailed free on
holdhr BAKC'I.AV IIKOS , PALL (i. SC1ILII
Ilrutntn. I aim 111.
A crund rotnliinatlnn of the euterluinlln;. the
ii- ul and the rx nutirul, wl'.h tine art eiifruv
'ni.-n and oil picture" In each No. I'rice liV. punt
(rc-, H early J-i. with an nncimled premium, two
.ineudiii on iiciuren, itocK iii Atfen ami i ne I. urn
llrlde. Ifii'.'l luclien. mounted on ranvann; trurpor
Union 'tv. extra. Send pontcl card for Mill partli
lurn. Addrenn. W. J KN N IMiS DhMoilhST, 1
Kact 14th St., N . V. Do not fail to nee the npleudid
I )oah;r in lrosh Alcat.
1 l-tvi'Mi "WnHhiiiKtou unit 'iin-ini'i-cinl
Av,, iiiliiiiniiiic IlumiyH.
lRKI'Sfornnlctlic bent llivf, l'ork. Mutton. Veal.
l.amh, rlaunnu'i', Ac, uml In prepared to nerve
rumlllea In un aceeiitublu niiiimer.
tiliOCKIJS AM) COMMISSION MKItOIIAXTS.
tfTUATTOA tt Rlltl),
(i7 OHIO LKVKE.
ACfKXTS AMKUICAS TOWDEliCOMVy
, firuAiTiiN. Cairo.
T. Uiuu. Mlnnnurl.
I' A I. NTS, 01 W. WALL I'AI'KU, KTC.
l'a iiit,s,()ils,Varnisbes, Brushes
Window flliiHH, Window Sliudcs, Klo.
A.wava on Im ml (ho rclelirnlcd iluhinatisii
liiillillnit, Com-1. r t : ,,n 1 1 1
unnlitl At I VIUH'j 111.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Ollli'f: Bulletin Hullilliiu', Wii'.lilnu'ioii Avenue
H u h w ct I' 1 1 t i o ll 1 1 M 1 1' u !
Dully (delivered liy carrier) per week "'
Ity mail (In advuueej, onu yeur $IO.w
Ix ii ton t li ''
Three month U.Si
One mouth Ml
By mull i In advance), one I' $'"'
Hi mouths !'
Three muni lis Ml,
u tliiU of ten mid nwi (per copy) l.W
Postage In nil case prepaid.
A il v r 1 1 m I ii k 11 it I on!
Hrst Insertion, per sqnare
. 4. Ml
. 7 ll
l-uliiii'iiii'iiL Insertion, fi r square
For oan week, per square
For two weeks, per square. . ,
"or three weeks, per s imre
fur oni' moiitti. per square
Each additional squar
Flrt Insertion, tiff scitmre
Mghl linen ot solid nonpareil constitute a square,
Uir lilno il ailvcrLiscinciita will be cliartrcd accord
ing to the pme occupied, ut above rates there be-
Hi! twelve linen or mild tyH! til the Inch.
To fKulur xlvi'itlHem wo offer Hunerlor itulure-
mentn. hntli nn to ruien of cliar'H mid muiiiier of
dirpliivltiL' itielr fiimm,
l.ornl iiotH'i'H twenty renin per line lor nrni inner
Ion; tin eentM per line for ouili miblincqiltiit Inner-
Cotnniiinicalliuin iiimiii mibleft of uenvrul Inlerent
'o the puiillc are ut all tlmen aeeepUtldu. ltcjeeted
iKniiMTlnt will not lie n tiirned.
l.e'.U'tn hiKl eoiiiiiiiiiiii iiiion niiouiu ne aiinn rreu
( tiro lliillrtin, I Hlro, lllinuln."
T. T. Illllmiiu Hickman
, unii-n Klwk . raducun
Idlewlld m hvaiiHville
Andv llauin - Memphln
Ki-llo ofhlireveport New Orleann
tity of AlPiu New Orleana
City of Helena...
Jamea W. Half...
1U VKK W KATHKK HLKtXKlSS.
Tito rivers tli-dined 2 inelicn; 20 ft-ct 10
inclit's on the guu'P.
The rain of nijjht bi fnre lust turnoil to
Bnow alxiut midnight, which coutinunl to
Coiiir down until davliuht yesterday. It
IxT'iin Hnowin'' a''aiu hint evenini;, and
there are indication it will continue for sev
cral hours at leat.
Buainess alxmt the levee was very quiet
The Andy IJaum paused up alxmt ten
o'cloik Friday niht.
MIH KI.I.ANKOI B.
The Idlewild brought ft fair trip from
Captain J. A. Howard, of Louisville, is a
(iitsHenger on the Guilding 8tar.
The Belle of Shreveport arrived ulmut
one o'clock yesterday inomiug und is laid
The Iielle of St. Louis is overdue from
Memphis. She has 822 hales cotton for tin
The Hillman, for Hickman and New
Madrid, had a good cargo of freight and
The City of Helena had not got into port
at dark, but will certainly le here this
The Golden Kule left New Orleans for
Cincinnati lust n'mht, provided nothing turn
nd up to detain her.
The Commonwealth left New Orleans for
this port lust evening. That is she will stop
here if the ice in the upper MisskMppi con
The ,J allies- W. Gaff is due to-day from
the Ohio. She is coming with a big trip of
freight, and full of people. This is h
great Christmas excursion trip, and all is
life and gaily with her.
TheCitv of Alton arrived with a lot of
Miigar and molasses which she immediately
went to dUchurgint;. Jliiidncss around and
on board of her is very lively, ns she leaves
to-night for New Orleans aud has a big loi
of freight to tuke on.
The Memphis Appeal says: ".Messrs
John T. Gwutlimcr and Martin Jones, clerks
on the Illinois, were presented by Dmi AY
Hewitt, of Niblett's .landing, Mississippi
with two very fmit chronms, which at pre
sent adorn the steamer's ollice."
The Guilding Star should be here sure to
day, en route for Cincinnati. She has H00
tons of freight, principally sugar and mo
lasses and 400 bales of cotton. She has been
seven days out from New Orleans. Captain
Miller expresses himself well satislled with
the inoneuvering of his boat.
The Haven and barges are coming fiotu
New Orleans with the following cargo: Fif
teen hundred boxes tin, 50 hhds. sugar, 2.10
bbls. molasses, 70 hales paper stock, 500
bbls. rasins and 200 bbls. sucks. The 1,500
boxes tin wax shipped on, n through bill
Im Hug to Nashville, Tennessee.
Yoc need not neglect your business when
troubled witli u cough or cold, if you only
use a reliable remedy at once. Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup Is the best remedy wc know
of. Price only 25 cents.
It is Woutii a Titi.M.. "I was troubled
for many years with Kidney Complaint,
Gravel, Ac,.; my blood became thin; 1 was
dull and Inactive; could hardly crawl alxmt
and was an old worn out mini nil over, und
could gel nothing to help iiie, until I got
Hop Kilters, and now I am n boy again. My
blood mid kidneys are all right, nml I am
us active us a man of 110, although I am 72,
iind I havu no doubt it will do as well for
others of my age. It is worth atrial.
IIkkoiik. purchasing Xiuiis gifts, call and
examine.1 Ed, A. IJuder's stock of Jewelry
LOCAL M'SINESS ITKMS.
At the Ht. Charles hotel.
Ar.Ai'ACAH and cuHlunwrii, low down, fit
O. Iliiytliorn & CVh.
Foil thu lifht Culit'oniiu JlramlicH mul
Wint-H, go to Ktcm.'Kki.ktu & 15itos.
IIamikkiiciiikk'h tlutt will linir in.-n'C-
tion. Wti L'imrauteo tlium 21 iht rent U'hh
tlmriHiinilar hoiIh can liu Ijou'lit in this
ily. O. IIavtiiohn & Co.
Gukat rciluction in Munkcl.M, flannels
nml woolen gooilH ut Vt. K. GIioImiii'h, Cdiii-
Foit a good shave tor ten cents, a good
hair cut for twenty-live cents, go to Henry
Schick's barbershop, No. 142 Commercial
Now is the time to get your Overcoats
uml Vinter Suits. A. Maiix,
fil Ohio Levee.
is the best und cheapest place to go to get
them. Try him and be convinced.
Coal! Coal F. M. Ward has on hand
the best quality of coal for sale at the mar
ket price. Very low. He will soon have
a lttrge stx:k of wood of all kinds. He is
well known to every body and we trust
he will receive his full shure of pv
Fon tine imported Liquors, go to
Stockklltii & Uuoss.
Important to those wishing tosave mon
ey in purchasing their winter boots and
shoes. We have on hand and are still re
ceiving, a complete assortment of men's
lioota and shoes, all style and sizes, of the
best St. Louis and Cincinnati hand-mude
goods, which we sell lower thun ever be
fore, aud lower than like goods can be ob
tained anywhere in the city. We also
have a good line of ladies shoes of the best
munufucture, from a fine kid sewed, to a
course grain pegged shoe, all sizes, sold
very close. We especially call the attention
of ladies (wishing to make their husbands
holiday presents) to our fancy silk-worked,
hand-sowed men's slippers, just received
Very nice for holiday presents. Sold
very cheap, at C. Koch,
No. 90 Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth street.
Foil the finest imported Wines, go to
Stockfleth & Bitoss.
THE I10SS CLOTHIER.
The Boss Clothier in the city, is
61 Ohio Lkvee.
This can be easily proved by going to
him, and trying his Clothes, and you will
swear he's the Boss.
LETT IE COLEMAN'S LAUNDRY.
Mrs. Lettie Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, between Washing
ton und Commercial avenues, and takes this
method of informing her old friends and
patrons that she is again at their services,
and solicits their patronage. She bus re
duced prices to suit the times.
By Mrs. Harry Walker, Commercial ave
nue, corner Sixth street.
DAY BOARD fcj.50 PER WEEK.
In connection with the Hotel is a first
class bar and billiard room on opposite side
of the street; also wholesale and retail
oyster depot. Fresh oysters received duily
and sold ut the lowest market rates. Or
ders from home or abroad will receive
prompt attention. Go and see stock and
prices before purchasing elsewhere.
Consi mition Ci ki d. iVn old physician,
retired from practice, having had placed in
his hands by an East India missionary the
formula of a simple vegetable remedy, for
the speedy and permanent cure for con
sumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, and
all throat and lung affections, also a positive
and. radical cure for nervous debility and all
nervous complaints, after having tested its
wonderful curative powers in thousands of
eases, has felt it his duty to make it known
to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this
motive, and a d"sire to relieve human suf
fering, 1 will s nd, free of charge, to all
who desire if, this recipe, with full direc
tions for prepuring and using, in German,
French, or English. Sent by mail by ad
dressing with stamp, naming this paper.
W. W. Sheiar, 149 Powers' Block, Roches
ter, New York.
Sol'TH AMKHICA ASH SOCTHEllN U.VITKI)
Status. Owing to tlio warm and delight
ful climutes, their inhabitants grow sallow
from torpid Livers, Indigestion und ull dis
ease arising from disordered Stomach and
Bowels. They should ot course, at all
times keep flic liver active, nnd to our rend
ers wc would recommend Tabler's Vegeta
ble Liver Powder. Taken in time, will of
ten save money und much suffering. Price
50 cents. Barclay Brothers, agents, Cairo,
The IkcKKVK. It is a well estalblishcd
act, t hat Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment
will cure, if used according to directions,
the jEsculus Ilippocastanum, or Horse
ChesUuits, commonly known as the Buck
rye, has been highly esteemed for many
years, owing to the fact, that it possesses
virtues, lying in the bitter principle called
Esoulin, which can be utilized for the cure of
Piles. If affected with that terrible dis
ease, tiseBuckeyu Pile Ointment and I in re
lieved. Barclay Brothers, agents, Cairo, 111.
A MAIXF, KDITOH'mvIKWH OKTIIKI.AhT HOl ll.
The editor of the Gardiner (Me1) Journal
has recently had u narrow escape from
death, his horse running away us he hung
in the wheel. He thusdi'seribes his sen
sation : "Oh, can't some of my spirit friends
do something to help me out of this seruper
beseechingly I said or thought. It wus a
prayer not laid down in the bookrt, ami per
haps the form was not staid or formal.
Short us it was it did luegood. I saw then
crowds of spirits around me part of whom
I knew. "I do not see what they can do''
I thought and us they seemed to hover round
the front pin t of the wagon, and over the
horse, I wondered how they kept up with
him. Then I thought perhaps they'll take
the old horse's streugth away bull could-
not sec very clearly how they were to do
this for Old Robin was a hard customer
to "deinuteriali.e." I probably should
have lived but a few seconds longer. Tin1
reins had worn off upon the wheel just
when my strength was all gone. Had I
lied, people would pityingly liuvo said it
was a horridle death but really I suffered
very little. All the pain I have hud up to now
has not been equal to what I suffered last
summer in a duy from the bite of un insect.
The shock wus such that my nerves ol sen-
sut ion were benumed. I had no tear. In
fact there was a physical sort ol leehng
that it was a bundle about three feet long,
with a sort of handle to it (which wag my
left leg, probably), that was bouncing along
over the ground, which I was trying to un
tangle Then there wus another sell who
had to take care of the wheel, untan
gle the rein, talk to Old Itobin, yell to
the dog and attend to matters generally;
while tiie third self seemed to do the think
ing, and I kind of liked that one the hot.
I md often heard that ill such crises us
these one's whole life passes in review bo-
foje lii in, and I thougt ot these tact, but I
hud no such experience. I hud only one
regret for deeds dfcne or left undone, and
that was that I had neglected uiy usual
custom of taking accidents tickets, and this
regret I am ashamed of. My only thought
was of my wife. The knowlcdg that I have
faced death unflinchingly is not with satis
faction to me, and there is a something that
I feel, which I cannot describe, that assures
mc that there were more powerful influences
than my own aiding, comforting und sus
taining me. My religious menus will guy
it was the God Father, and it matters not
what we call it, the feeling is the same. I
do not feel of sutficient consequence to merit
God's special providence, but that loving
friends from the other sphere may liaie coin
forted ami sustained mi! is not repugnant
to my common sense, and does not lessen
my idea of the goodness and greatness of
the Creator. '
WHEN ROGUES FALL OUT, ETC.
THE DODflK TO DKFKAT I.IXIAN.
From the St. Louln lilube-Democrat.
Mr. Charles B. Farwell, of Chicago,
seems anxious to come to the front as a sen
atorial candidate in Illinois, for the purpose
of deleating Logan, rather than in the hope
of being liimuelf elected. Mr. Far veil's
politictl methods are well known in 1 1 Ii
nois. They are of the baser, and not of the
better sort. How much harm he may be
aide to do to Iigan, we are unable to say
We have, however, too high an opinion of
the virtue and intelligence of the Rcpubli
cans elected to the Illinois legislature to be
lieve that any one of them can be corruptly
influenced in the senatorial canvass. We
presume the nomination of senator will be
brought aliout in the usual way by a can
cus of all Republicans who are entitled to
vote on the question. If in that caucus
Mr. Logan can not obtain a fair majority.
he will ol course withdraw train the can
vuss, and he und his friends will support
the nominee, whoever he may be. But we
protest against any attempt to organize a
bolt against nny man, or in favor ol any
man, and we have an idea that those who
participate in any such seeine will find it
exceedingly unpleasant for them in the
To all who are suflering from the errors
und indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c,
will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE
OF CHARGE. This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary in America,
Send a half-addressed envelope to the Rev
JosKi-H T. Ixman, Station 1). Bible House
New York City.
TUTICE OF FINAL SE'ITLE.MHNT.
ESTATK n .IKssb III.ASIIOW. llECKASEtl
Slate of Illinoln. Alexander conutv. sn.
Notice is hereby t'lven that on Monday, the -JUlii
day of Januarv. A. D. IH'iH, the uuilersinried, admin
Isirntor ofsnld esiiite. will iresent to the county
court of said Alexundcrcoiinty. at thu court honselii
Cairo, Illinois, nt a term therecf then to be holden,
his Until report of his acts anil duiiiL" as said admin
istrator, and ask the court to be (lis. hnrccd from any
and all further duties and respiinslhllitles ronueet
ed with said estate, and the administration thereof,
at which time and pluce, such persons as urn Inter
esU'd may ho present and resist sucu application if
tlievchoose so to do.
KLI AS M. CLASdOW. Admlnlstnitor.
Cairo, Illinois. Deceinbo- vllst. lif.H,
JOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
KSTATtt OIT TIIOMAS KKKFtC. DECICASKU.
State of Illinois, Alexander county, na.
To Hrldi!ct und Johanna Keele; heirs of cald tie
Cedent, and nil others Interested:
You are hereby notified, that on Monday, tin1 ;Wth
duy of Jauiiitry, A. 1. lHiH. the undersigned admin
istrator of said estate, wilt present to the county
court ol syldAlexHiirtercoiitily, ut the court house. In
Cairo, Illinois, at a term thereof then to he holdeu,
his flnnl report of his acta and dolncs as such ad
mi listratur, und ask the court to budlsidinri;edfrom
any and all further duties and responsibilities con
nected with said esiale, and Ida administration
thereof, ut which time and plnce such persons na
are interested may be present and resist udi appli
cation if they choose so to do.
HICHAKI) KITZOEHAI.D, Admlnl.tralor.
Cairo, Illinois, December lHth. A. D. 1HTS.
VOTICE.-A nmetlncor tbo atoekholders of the
ii (.'ity Niitintiiil Hank, for the election of a llniird
or Directors, will he held lu the office ol the letnk,
on Tuesday, the l lth duy of January next, at 10
o'clock A. . W. II YSl.OP, Laabler.
Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
V. RESCII, PitoruiKToit.
Ilavlns started a flrsl-class Ilskery. and placed a
first-class St. Louis baker III charge, I am prepared
CAKES OF KVKUY DESCKIPTION,
from the plainest to the most clnbornle kind, mill
able for weildlni's. halls, etc.; also all kinds of
Dread, Plea aud Pastry, at tliu very Ismcst rates.
Orders will be promptly tilled. A delivery wairon
will run dally to ull purls of the city for the, accoiu
tnodatlnn ol enstomers.
A share of the public's patronage It solicited, and
N. 0. Anchor Line from Cairo.
KOIt .NKWOIILK.INS AND WAY LANDINOS.
And the. ninu'iltU'i'iil, licet and rellabto
452ttJi0. A. SCUDDERSi
Leaven Cairo on Arrival of Evening Tritlnn.
Hiitwnlny I)ii''mb'r Ulut, 1h?h,
The fine nlde wheel Kreluht and Casnunijcr ateamer
Si CITY OF ALTON Si
Hutui'ilny, iJcfi'inljce Uttli, lMTsS.
To be followed by the olcgnut and npeedy
Hutunlitk, Juntiury -JUi, 1hH,
One of the above mimed boats w ill leave the Anchor
urn- vthurr Moat, root or ."Sixth street,
J-'. V K It V HA T IT It II A V,
Currying Freight and Passengers to all points South
Any and all limulrlea by letter or liemon w ill be
prompty attended to.
Addrens, THOMAS W. SHIELDS.
Anchor Line Wharf float
St. Louis, Cairo nnd Piuliiciili Packet
SPI.K.NI)inslDi:VirKKL KIiFKIIIT AND 1'AS-
DE SMET, a
JOHN llltt'NL'll .Master.
JOHN LEA MEN Clerk.
Leaven Cairo every Wednesday at 2 p.m. for Hadu-
Leave Cairo every Thursday at 3 p.m. for St.
For freight r pion-uHe applv nn Hallldcyt Phillip'
wharMioat. nr to JAMES BIGGS, Agent.
M, Ohio Levee.
For Columbus, Hickman and New Madrid
JOSEPH AM BROS Master.
LEAVES CA1HO EVEHY
TUESDAYTHURSDAY and SATURDAY
For freight or passage apply on Hulllday A Plill
Up' Vi barf boat, or U
JAMES DIUGS, Ajrcnt.
M Ohio Levee.
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
i.r.Avm LXAVita i.ravks
Foot Fourth M Missouri Land'jr. Kentucky Ld'R.
S a. m.
10 a. m.
-.' p. m.
4 p. m
Sinn a. in.
10::K) a. m.
V a. m,
.1 p. m.
YVIIOLl'.SAI.K WINKS AND LIQl'OItS
Stockfleth A: Jkos,s,
Successors to F. M. Stockfielb.
IiiHiortiM'M imtl W'liolsnln ilouliM'B in
Foreign and Domestic
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Rhine. Kelly Island, Caliiwliu. California and Im
ported Port, Sherry, Sledam V ines and Chain
panea. No. 62 Ohio Levee. Cairo, 111.
ll SMYTHS CO.,
Wholesale aud If etui I Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kind.
NO, 00 OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH CO. have constantly a law
stock of the host r,onds in thu market and tiivu
especial attention to the wholesale brunch of the
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
o j-' v i ; r: :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
A MKAT OFFER FOR
Siivni rt"r.1 "K.tho I'OLIDAYS 'Hpone i.r K
m ' OHOASrt at KXTIIAOHDINAKY
'rm V'T plri,(!ld OrJIlllin S IvV Jet,
of rt.U $W4 , H net, wllh'siil, Itan i',',,", ,
I Union l ., , 1 , du su, warranted for SIX Team.
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Mumifiicliirern mid Deulem. ID Kut Mill Hi. N. V.
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a enHlo urtlcli. or (1 i-t anil particularly unefnt
wl n tonic. ar required, ,cIi,l. tolerated wl.e
oilier forma of niilmiil rood are rejected In Din
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every dcpren.ltisdlHeune. lln un w ill he attended
with L'reat adviuitui:o. We huve prescribed It wild
exce fetit nuceean: J. II. I (,., M. I). A" U ,,
J . 1). S. II. I'ranoim. M. II.; It. A. Vauchn, M. b ;
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