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II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Offlci 14t) Commercial avenue. Residence corner
Fourteenth St ud Washington kvonuo, Cairo.
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Eighth tod Nlntb StrMU .
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IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Dr. J. A. M. GibbB and Mr. C. A. Mar-
childon, of Thebes, are in the city.
, The anti-county rond meeting last
night was a dismal failure.
Buder is getting things in shape in his
new business place and will bo ready to
open next Thursday.
The great St. Louis circus is rapidly
perfecting an organization. It will give
its enitial exhibition, we hear, in the town
of Chaleston. It is organizing on an ex
There is a fortune in store for the pub
lisher of a paper who can contrive to give
every man's advertisement a position at the
head of a column next to reading matter,
and trouble for the one that can't do it.
Dr. Kane, an old theatrical agent, well
acquainted with the Cairo newspaper men
of Hull's and Marshall's and Bradsby's
time, called at The Bulletin office yester
day, for the sake "auld lang syne."
Yv"hy do men smoke more m cool, than
in hot weather? "We are led to make this
inquiry by tho enormous quantities of the
"Faultless" cigar sold by F. Korsmeycr. It
may be only because everybody buys the
Dr. Gibbs, ot Thebes, is in the field as
a candidate for county commissioner. lie
is a gentleman of education, good practical
sense, and would make a most efficient, nn
entirely honest and conscientious commis
sioner. His announcement will appear in
J. E. Stelle, colored, proven guilty of
disorderly conduct, yesterday, Squire Com
ings fined hiui $5 and costs, and consigned
him to the ' cooler. Pete Dickersou, also
colored, for the same offence, was subjected
to the same punislrment by the same officer.
Daniel Franklin and Benjamin Web
ster got drunk and Squire Comings fiui-d
Franklin 1 and costs, which Mr. Franklin
paid. Webster was fined $3 and costs, and
immurred in the lubyrinthian confines of
the Cairo calaboose.
The Pomeroy troupe will have a rous
ing house this evening one that will incite
the troupe to its best efforts. At supper
time last night over a hundred re
served seats had been sold, and the proba
bilities are that as many more will be sold
to-dav. To be numbered among the eli
gibly seated, secure seats this morning.
-The attempt to burgarlize county
clerk Humin's dwelling house, early yester
day morning, was not a success. An old
blunderbuss that scattered about a quart of
squirrel shot about the head and ears ot the
would-bo burglar, was the chief obstacle the
rascal encountered. He might have stood
the quart, but he didn't know but that the
next shot would let fly a bushel.
Charles O'Connor was escorted to
Squire Robinson's office, yesterday, to an
swer the charge of drunkenness, lie had
no excuses to offer; no extenuating r.ircuni
st'iticesto plead. He had been drunk, and
the cursed drunk, being of the tcnaeious
kind, showed for itself. Charles was lined,
but evincing a willingness to shake the
dust of the city from his feet, he was given
a "stay," and availing himself of it, lit out.
Our information to the effect that
Koehler had insuranco on his sausage fue
tory, was, w'c are sorry to say, erroneous.
He didn't have a dollar of insurance on
anything, and has nothing in the world to
show for his building and its contents, but
a pile of ashes. But Fred is one of the men
who are not crushed by misfortune. He
declares a purpose to rebuild at once, and
to Itnve liis establishment operating again
at the earliest possible moment. There is
nothing of the "lctting-down'' or "giving
up" element in Fred's composition.
The railroad trains running from Pa
ducah to tho fairgrounds, (about one mile
and a quarter out from the city) practiced
a gouging game that should be guarded
against m tho future. Visitors to the I'nir
grounds, we are told, were charged fifteen
cents each way, or nt tjio rate of twelve
cents a mile. The citizen of Metropolis
who visited tho fair, paid tho packet 15
coats for a 13 milo rido to PadticaTi.
Reachimr Pud ileal i he was compelled to pay
tho same amount for riding by rail, one and
a quarter miles to tho fair ground. This
was denounced as extortion, and. is not de
serving, in our opinion, of a milder desig
nation. Tho Louise Pomeroy troupe will give
the people of Cairo, this evening, tho full
dramatization of "Oliver Twist," tho full
five acts, excluding nothing that adds to the
completeness of that most Interesting and
moial-pointed drama. Mrs. Pomeroy will
assume the rolo of Nancy Sykes a charac
ter in which she is said to excel any lady on
tho American stage. Mr. W. II. Leake, an
BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING,
actor of great power, will personate the rut
flan, Bill Sykes. The other characters, Ol
iver, tho Artful Dodger, and so on, will b(
sustained in a manner that renders tho "Ol
iver Twist" of tho Pomerby troupe one oi
the most attractive and interesting plays of
the day. It should be borne in mind, too,
that the company is here for but one night
only. Secure seats this morning, and, if you
fill thcra this evening, you will seo Oliver
Twist at its best. .
Whil eBac heller & Dorris' circus gave
a creditable exhibition, tho thousands who
were drawn to its tents were the victims of
fraud. In tho advertisement and posters,
the public was informed that it should have
a sight of "Prof. Du Ruyter's splendid
museum." Not a single cunosity that en
ters into the composition of Prof. Du Ruy
ter's or anybody else's museum, was put
upon exhibition. Tlio public was further
informed that it should have a sight of "H.
II. Buttus' New York aquarium." Expec
tation was high, in this regard; but not a
fish, reptile or monster of ocean, lake or
river, was there to be seen by anybody. II.
A. Buttus1 aquariam is traveling with
Coupe's circus that exhibited in Vmccnncs,
yesterday, and will probably reach Cairo,
in a week or two. What Messrs. B. & D.
had in their side shows, we do not know, or
care to know. They advertised the museum
and aquarium as s part of their main estab
lishment, atid gave notice that tho "admis
sion to all," was only 25 cents. The show
was richly worth the quatter; but tho de
ception practiced will be recorded against
tho proprietors, and may operate to their
disadvantage in the future.
After receiving his goods from thq Illi
nois Central express train that came in
about 4 o'clock Sunday morning, Mr. J. H.
McBrido, the messenger, started with the
dray containing the goods, for the express
office. While he was in the act of passing
a pile of boxes ou the sidewalk near Marx's
clothing store, somebody dealt him a blow
on the head that brought him to his knees.
A second blow rendered him insensible.
While in this condition he was robbed of
his watch a valuable gold one, and $145
in cash. As he failed to put in an appear
ance at tho express office, the watchman
was sent out to search for him, and found
him on the sidewalk where he had beep
knocked down. He remained insensible
several hours. On his recovery he could give
no description of his assailant that will be
of assistance to the detective, for the reason
that he had nothing but the glimpse of -the
man who struck him. and he could tell but
little more of Iiiiu than the fact that he
wore a cap. It was a bold, devilish deed,
and too much to bring the guilty party or
parties to an account for it, cannot be ex
pended. An objection that is persistently urged
nuiust the uow county road project, Is one
that any sensible citizen should be ashamed
to use. It is that Taylor and lialliday
want tho road, because it will enhance the
value of their lands ! The road already
rnus through their hind, and will remain
there, and just how much it would add to
the value of the land to throw up a 6:x or
eight feet ridge of dirt on the road bed, no
man has presumed to say. We should be
sorry to see any man so narrow
minded m to ignore tho bene
fits to tho city, and base his
opposition on any such ground on tho
ground that the men who own the
laud through which the road runs,
will not be injured, but benefitted;
Such a" spirit is a curso to any com,
munity where it develops itself. Messrs,
Tuylor and Ilallidny have, wo understand,
given 100 feet, free right of way to t'te
road ; and us, in addition to that, they wou'.d
be compelled to pay, toward the contnir
tion of the road, more money than all the
Ian J they own within a quarter of a mile
of the route of the road would sell f r,
why, in the name of all that h fair and
honest, shouldn't their land be benefitted;
We think we may safely say, however, that
either one of them would gladly
accord the value of tho increase,
told live times over, t any luia
who will obligate himself to pay their
road taxes; yet the "benefits to accrue to
their lands," is made the basis of oppn.j.
tion If such a cause was ever betore made
the basis yf opposition to a project of cm
leased eeneral utility, wo never heard of
the fact. If it is to. form the basis of like
opposition in the fntrrrn, we never want to'
hear of it.
Richard Martin, tho typo who loafed
intoTiiK Bulletin otlice, yesterday morn
ing, In search of n' job, which ht didn't get,
was curried oil' to Paducuh, in the evening,
in charge of ajj officer. A few days ago
Richard called at Stewart & Dallam's Padu
call livery stable, and want ''d tohire a liorsii
and buggy. He was told that, being ft
stranger, ho would not he furnished with
the turn-out unless he could give satisfac
tory references. Richard, in a lordly uort
of a way, said he could give references that
would be good for tho whole livery tb!e.
lie knew, tho leading men, and any of them
would endorse him for any amount.
"He left tho stable, repaired to the Richmond
house, obtained a printed letter head, wrote
an order to Messrs. Stewart & Dalluni to
furnish Mr. Martin any turn-out he might
call for, and signed to this order tho name
of tho proprietor of tliiTRIchiumi.l, house.
This order secured him the horse ami bug.
gyf 'twid Itiohard struck out In tho djr motion
of Cairo tThij Allowirflf .night u rnlnVJ
heavily, -and lujatteiuptinito cross of
the ' wbUri rl 'streams,. .v frieiW' dav.
j . '
ho" drowned Tlio lihrsoTj ' but"" sue
ceeded in getting "tho buggy and
harness to the shore. Thcso lie. offered
for sale for thirty dollars. What disposl
tion ho finally made of them, wo didnt
lenrn. Wo only know that, with a blind
ness to consequences that seems inexplicable,
he mad his way to Cairo, and stopped here.
loafing in publio places, the better part of
two days. By the Fisk yesterday Mr.
Stewart arrived in search of Richard, and
enlisting tho aid of officers Schuckers and
Wooten, soon had him in charge. Ho is
now booked for about aten years' job, under
Mr. T. J. Roberts is leading tho oppo
sition to the proposed county road, and
claims to have a substantial following. He
will muster his forces, on election day, and
hopes, with tho known opposition in the up
per end of tho county, to defeat the proposi
tion then to be voted on, and, as a conse
quence, knock the project itself in the head.
We shall not say that Mr. Roberts will fail
of this purpose. Ho is very industrious,
and is the first to try the efficacy of public
meetings. We have talked with no business
man, however, who is opposed to the proj
ect; but we have noticed an apathy that is
almost as damaging as open opposition.
When it is remembered that during an in
terval of from six weeks to three months
every year, not a man, woman or child can
come into Cairo on foot, on horseback or in
wagons when we remember that during all
that time, not a single wagon load ot wood,
corn, straw, country produce or anything
else the farmer may have to sell, can reach
Cairo because all our wagon roads are un
der water when we remember all this, we
should be surprised indeed to hear that any
merchant or business man of the city stood
in an attitude of hostility to a highwatcr
road. It speaks rather ill of our enterprise
that this great need was not supplied years
ano; but now that we have a city of ten
thousand population; with scores of stores,
factories and industrial establishments rep
resenting eveiy branch of business and in
dustry; now that we have accumulated
property worth more than five millions of
dollars, and valued for purposes of taxation
at nearly half that sum-now that all this
is true, to retrain locked in by water for an
interval of wetks and months, every year,
would tell a sttryot ilhberality and want of
enterprise thatnouc of us would care to have
repeated in the cars of our rival neighbors,
or, for that matter, repeated anywhere.
In sinking the well at the corner of
Fourteenth and Poplar, Charley Newland
had some curiou experience. At fifty-two
feet, he struck an abundance of water, but
as his tubiug wa 55 feet he concluded to
drive it all dowtt In doing so he passed
below the water Into a bed of quicksand.
This stratum pnred to be about 15 feet in
depth. Passing tirough it he struck a bed
of clay, and aftei going nine feet in this,
aud fluding no sgns of water, he withdrew
the tubing to the 53 mark where he let it
remain. Soma time' ago it was suggested
by a member of the Taxpayers' association
that a well be sunk in our city, with a view
of determing what this 81 feet drive has
determined only partially, l. e., the charac
ter ol the strata to a depth of two or tlrrco
bundled feet. The stratum of clay that
Xewlmd struck seventy-five feet below the
surfac- tiu'l penetrated to a depth of nine
feet, isdoubtless underlaid with rock. T
whut depth that rock extends or what un
derlies it, we shall never know, probably,
unless we find out by boring. Centralia
experimented in that way, and Ht a depth
of a huudred feet struck coal oil. Cairo
near the center of the Aleghany and
Rocky mountain dips, may be resting on a
grand reservoir of coal oil. Who knows?
A couple of thousand dollars would enable
us to determine all we'd care to know; but
whero's the" $3,000 to come from? Two
hundred dodars would enable us to deter
mine if pur.-, palatable and healthy drinking
water ' it within reach, and that
matter, at least, ought to be determined; if
not by private individuals, then by tho
Board of Health.
Cairo being the termini of several rail
roads, and the half-way point on the great
railroad and water routes connecting the
North and theSmith, it is quite natural that
it should become the temporary rendezvous
of all the grades and kinds of people that
bless an l curse the earth. It is of the hit
ter class we would speak, and it seems that
we are neverwithout them. Women, gaunt
and ague-shaken; children in rags and rev
eling in filth, reach Cairo from tho mias
matic bottoms of Duck Creek, Tennessee,
aud from every other (Sod-forsaken quarter
of the earth,(nnd can go no farther until
s miebody helps them. Men, ragged, sick
and peunilejs Hud their way into our midst
the Lord only knows how, to be helped
otijhoir respective journeys by Cairo char
ity. . Thero.u no want or destitution that
Cairo peoplii have not boon called upon to
relieve; tliero is no misery, pain
or sickness known among men
that; they luwo not been 'asked to assuago
or alleviate. At different points in our
city, yesterday, wo met two thinly-clad,
stinkcu'-eyed women, each with a baby in
her arms and two or three ragged and filthy
children at her heels both of them sniok-.
ing tobacco pipes, and begging money to
reach spiuo point in the interior of Missouri.
At tho depot of one of our railroads might
have been seen another half clad grotipo,
reeking in tilth and offensive smelis; and
llieac wanted to reach a point, 75 or 100
miles distant; but didn't have money
enough to pay t'r the tikeU. They had
just arrived from the South; and" but for
the I q'Hst J kof , 'transporting' a air'i'of
ill-looking, mangy curs, would have had a
sufficiency of money to pay for the coveted
tickets. But this was a spirited family,
had too much Southern pride to beg; ad
miring citizens did not rush in' and tender
free passages, so the masculine head asked
for "tickets as far as his money would go."
Draggiug the two mangy curs after them,
the group boarded the cars and left the
city. But for the cost of tho worthless
dogs, this family might have reached its
destination. Clinging to the dogs, however,
tho wholo family will be obliged to "foot it"
about twenty-five miles, unless "the South
ern prido" surrenders to tho pangs
of hunger. Men with palzicd limbs,
blind men; men with one leg and on less,
one arm and no arms men who ask for
help because they have been sick or been
robbed; women who have sick children,
crippled husbands all these, and scores of
others who have been subjected to all the
ills and misfortunes that mankind is heir to,
come to Cairo to be helped, or to suffer if
not helped. Fortunately for our people,
however, all this great brood of unfortu
nates, is on tho move they all. want to
"move on." Five out of every six ot thtni,
have no assurance' that they will be any bet
ter off when they reach their destination;
but that fact doesn't chill the ardor of their
desire to "move on." Starting, as most of
them did from points hundreds of miles
distant, they were inspired with the thought
that they'd be all right if they could only
reach Cairo. Reaching here, ragged, dirty,
penniless objects pitiable or loathsome,
they are moved by the same idea that
they'll be all right if they caii reach some
other point, as remote from Cairo as that
from which they started. The truth i9, the
majority of such creatures ore "all rjght"
nowhere. They are a load ftr the commu
nities upon which they impose themselves,
and fare about as well in one place as an
other. BALTIMORE UTEKS
Just received aud kept constantly on hand,
Faust's celebrntal Diamond Brand, at 50
Ohio Levee, next to Planters' House.
Oysters served at all hours, day or night.
TO MT ITSTOMKH IV CAIltO AND F.LSB
WJIKKE. I avail myself of this method to say to my
customers and the public generally that,
although my steam suasage factory was
completely destroyed by fire on-" Saturday
night last, it is not my purpose to surrender
to misfortune and give tip business. On
the contrary, I shall commence rebuilding
at once, and expect to so hasten things for
ward as to be in working order, suppling
customers as of old, by the end of tlie pres
I sincerelv thank my patrons for their
past favors, anil hope by nn honest effort to
serve them well and satisfactorily, to merit
a continuance of the same.
50 Tl'JH 11 V FX1'KFS.
This celebrated Creamery Butter for salo
at New York store. By the tub 23 and 23 :
by the pound 25 cents. Every pound guar
anteed the best, or money refunded.
Small tubs for family use. Best Butter in
the world. C. (). Patif.u &('(.
The Partnership heretofore existing un
der the name of C. W. Wheeler ii Co., is
this day dissolved by mutual consent, .1.
('. Stires, retiring. C. W. Wheeler alone,
being authorized to settle the biissiuess of
the late firm. ('. W. WiiEKl.F.lt.
Oet. 17th, 1S70. J. CStikes.
Oko. O'IIaiiaIuis just received a new
invoice of Forbes' Pads. No. 1 is a sure
cure for fevers, jaundice, chills etc. No. 3
cures kidney diseases of all kinds. Price
only (:!. dollar.
Anti-ISki.i.im PiticEs At the barber
shop of. I. (Seo. Steinhouse, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find n clean, cool shop, easy chairs, nil
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory woik. Prices: Shaving. 10
cints; Hair-cut, 25 cents; -Shampooing,
25 cents. Civ.' him a call.
ADVKKTISK.MKNTS In this column, of
lire linos each or lets will be tmblMicrt for-J.-i
cents every Insert Ion ;1 month, IM;: mouth" with,
out chunks $1.00 ner iiiiitith. Each additional
line, Ti cent". Situations wanted free.
IIOI'SE K(H SALE.
Cottnt'C Mx'l'.', sound timbers, easy to move.
Want the lot vnciited. Eniiilre at Tim llru.Hm
Adivelllnt!. five rooms and kitchen, Twentieth
struct, near court house, Kniiilr it t II. MmKli's
Cm ah Stquk,
Km Sai.k Separately or together, a set of slnu'le
harness, a now, Iiul'L'- ciisMou inula bui.'v whip.
Apply at llulletln bindery, ,1uk E. IIi iikk.
IIKADQI'.MITEIIS Full I-'INK AII('IIK!'Y(i(OI)H
Hows, Arrows. Taru'ets, Shooting Uluvvo. etc., at.
C. W. HENDEItsoN'S, I'otuinerclul ave: e, cur
ner Twelfth street.
Finn steel ontrrnvlnus, for side. Cannot he
bought of the publishers for loss tlnili $15.0(1 each,
Will be sold singly for $10.00 cnc.h, ortliu four lor
6 in Oil, Ku(tilre at Tim Hi-m.ktin bindery.
Ownkiis ntnl ptirchnsers of Real Estate In Culm
should be Hiiro they have n Kood title. I urn uow
prepared lo furnish abstrncls ut reasonable rates.
(Mllce In ( (nut House.
The Winston farm In Pulaski county, on the bunk
ol'tlio Ohio river. and . I tulbiit frinii It. R. station,
UK) ncros -oo acres under fence. Oirbnril (if iilmut.
1 acres, Has a I'riuue ilwelllint of tl munis, Uuod
cistern, At n hiinjiilu. Applv early.
M..T. HOWLEY", R. K. Agent.
rjpo 1NVKNTOHS AND MECHANICS.
PATENTS and how to obtain them. Pamplet ol
mi panes tree, upon receipt ol Stamps for posintfi
Solicitor of Patents, Box SI,
gTOVES I STOVES!!
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Also Manufacturer of and Dealer In
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE.
tWAll KINDS Of JOB WORK BORI Tf OBOIBJ
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CAIRO, : t s ILLINOIS,
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, f4 & CC W. Second St.
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Foreign und Domestic dried and canned Fruits and
Vegetables. Canned, dried and salt Fish. Pick
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stuffs, Baktna Powders, jrronnd and
whole Spices. Tollut aud Laundry
Soaps. Seeds, Jellies, Preserves
Fancy Groceries and Gro-
Stock unparalleled in the West.
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A full and complete supply of the best of all
kinds meat always on hand.
The Great Medicinal Food.
be Sal vstnr For Invalids snd tbo Ajrcd. An In
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Nutritive In Contlnm-d Fevers, and a
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rpiIIS Justly celebruted Diktktic Piikpahatiox Is,
A lu composition, principally the uTr derived
from the Whitk Winticr Fijnt Whiat t'riit!, a
solid extract, the Invention of an eminent Chemist,
It has not only been highly recommended, but cer
tilled to by a law? number of Chemists and Phv.l-clans-representing
a very high degree of medical
science as the Safest. Most Acceptable and Rsleil
tile Food for the (irowth and Protection of Infants
aud Children, and for Mothers lacking SuCckii
Nourishment for their offspring.
l iilike those preparations made from antrcal nr
vihons uiHttxr. which are liable to slliniiUl tl,,!
brain and Irritate the dlp-thc organs, it vmliraC'S
In its elementary compucition-
That wliU h nuke strong Hone and .Muscle. Thnt
which makes good Flesh and Illond. That which is
ca of ligeition-never eonstlpstlng. That which is
kind and friendly to the f train, aud that which acip.i
preventive of those Intentlnal Disorder Inciden
tal to childhood.
And. v. liile It would be difficult lo conceive of any
thing in Food or Desert more creamy and delicious,
or more nourishing and sirenirtlieniug as an ali
ment in Fevers, I'lilmnnurv Complaints, Djsnep.'a
aud General Duhlllty, its IIaiik .Ukdicinai. Exrxi.-I.BM-B
in all Intkstisai, Diseasks, especially In
Dysentery, Chronic PUrrlnea and Cholera Infmi.
llu l)eun Inrontestiibly Troven.
Sold Wholesale nnd
PRINCIPAL CITIES of the UNITED STATES.
JOHN CARLE & SONS. NEW YORK.
POUNORY, MACHINE , SHOP AND
V STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Iron Works
n OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO. HIS.
John T. Reimie,
HAVING established his works at tho abovo men
tinned place Is better prepared than ever for
manufacturing Steam Engines and Mill Machinery.
Having a Steam Hammer and ample Tools, llin
inniiiifiicture of nil kinds of Machinery, Railroad,
Steamboat and Bridge Forgings in ado a specialty.
Espuclul attention given to repairs of hi -dues and
Brass Castings of all klndo made to ordot
PIpeFttlug ink)) Its branches.
A Good Plan!
Anybody ciitt learn to tnako monef rapidly nporsj
Ing In Stocks, by the "Two Unerring llnles for Sue
cess," In Mussis. Lnwrcuru ifc Co.'s new circular.
The combination method, which this linn has made
so successful, enables peiiiiln with largo or small
ineaiilto reap all the beneilts ot largest, capital anil
best skill. Thousands of orders, lu various stuns,
lire pooler) Into one vast ainiiiliit. and co operated us
a mighty whole, thus securing to each shareholder
all the advantages of the largest, operator. Im
mense profits nm divided monthly. Any amount,
from $lilto i",ooo.(ir noire, can lie" used sil ssfllll.v.
N. Y. Baptist Weekly, September sitl. 1HTH, says:
"by the combination system $11 would make T
or 5 pej cent . j $.K) pnys jam, or 7 per cent,! $Hi
makes (il.mio, or in per cent, on the stock, during
the month, according to thu market," Frank Les
lie's Illustrated Newspaper, ilium 'ill: "The com
bliinllnn method of operating stocks Is the most
suceessnil ever adopted," New York Independent,
September 19: "Tim combination system Is found
ed upon correct business principles, and no person
need be without an Income while It Is kept working
by Messrs. Lnwrettco Co." Brnklvn Journal.
April W. "Our editor made a net profit of $1dl.'.'.t
front f-.HI In one or Messrs. Lawrence Co.'s coin
bliiiillons." New circular (mailed free) explains
everything. Slocks nnd bonds wanted, Govern
ment bonds supplied, Lawrence A C'., Banker
(," Exchiiugu Place, Now York,
"SUPERIOR NUTRITION THE LIFE."