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TIIK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SA1URDAY MORNINtt, JANUARY 17, 1880.
ALL, ADVtltTIHKMKNTS la thl column, ol
lv Hue. e. li or lev will be pul.lUliuil lor-il
bii oiio lnnrilin:3 time. M cciiu; I twk, ISO;
1 month, l.Wt; S nuintha without change, 91.11 per
maotb. Each additional Hue. pioraU. Mniatlona
Two Store roomaou Hlxtii atrect near l.rvee. Fur
tolorniatton, apply to F. Kihimitiih.
sixth atrect and Levee.
KOK 9ALK SAFE !
We hava at thu Bulletin offleu. new from tin- fac
tory, No 0. Sloalcr, llabiuann A Co. eafc, tliat wo
will al) it I bargain.
bonnier, ahelvlni! aud other aaloon fixture lor
Ml- it bargain. M..I. 1I0WLKY.
Heal e.tate agent.
The AiiIiitv prnpcrtv on llollironk ave. Cheap
Ut a good tenant. M, J, H"wi.v, H K. Aifntit.
Own Kim mil pm-chaner. of real etalo In Cairo
abould be aiir they have i jiood title. I am now
nreparrd tu t'tirnieh ahntrartn at re-i-'innhle rati'.
11 M K .TK1IIAY .
Office in Court Hnnae.
Employment a clerk, aiilumu: u. wareliou-euian
witu hmau or In any capacity. I have no i liou e,
but want work. .loltN BKFCO Kit
lu order good lor H). If applied on auv atyle
linl cUn Mendlcaehuu 1'iauo. 'lll be aolu low.
Apply at thia office.
APPLKS AND HAY.
jBO tmahela choice aonnd aoult-a, iu bulk, at 11.011
per hUKhel. and .V barrel .peeked applva al SO centa
per buabel at . M Aldcu C'ninnilasio.i Store, 78
Ohio Levee. Aim oue car load or damaged nay at
auction, on Monday i!itu inat . at 4 o'clock In tbe
MILCH COW .w
For le. two tine cow weo-,,.., JjT'itiJ
of Fred Keohler, KlBhiMfflJS ere
)S .1, 3jr-':i'
" w Jjfina- tM'wora,
"we offer anperio "
lea o( chare a tt i
irvrf j. 111.
H MARFAN, M. I).,
Hohioo'iathht Pliytdcian and Surgeon.
.dice HO Ot. amcreial avenoe. Residence corner
" Mirtcenth St. and Waahluirtou avenue, Cairo.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Owe--No. Hit Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth aud Ninth Street
J)U. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE ElRkti Street, near Commercial Arenne.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Wldowa' and Oorpnana' Mu
tual Aiil Society.
q 1). WILLIAMSON,
70 Ohio Levee.
Boat Stores and (iioteries.
Of ill kioilx.
OI'KN NIGHT AND DAY.
Firali Dairy andUilt Ede Uutter, Ovmer.nuil all
kind of i'roit when tu neinon, ou haml aud deliv
ered promptly at realdencea free. Oyatt ra delivered
7G OHIO LEVEE.
Mo dirt or dut bv ineannrea beiut; exponed to air.
Milk delivered twice a day,
SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
Try it aud aee lor youraelven.
.10 PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAK!
Vina on delivery of ticked.
ALL SORTS. SIZES AND STYLES.
Alro Mionliclurer of and Dealer lu
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IKON WAKE
3tTAI.I. KINUaOfJ WHI1K BONt TOIIIlllll"l
SO. 27, KNiHTH STKKKT,
!AIH(), : : : ILLINOIS
T. LOL'IH, t AIllO AND PADUCAH.
The Elegant Sidewheel PanaeuiKr Steauier
HRL'NRR : lliater.
A.J. Bl!U ....riork.
Leivea Cairo every Mouilay and Tlmnnluy for
t ae Uirardun. St. LonU. and way laudini;.' Kor
freiKbt or pannape apply to SOL. A. SILVER,
J.T. WARREN i CO.
64 & C6W. Second St.
Fgrl ani D.)niUc dried aud cauucil Frulta and
Y".UIIm. CantiiHl. dried and aalt Flan. Pick
) '.. St'i'-ea, Otia and Condiment. Soup
alufa, lUklutt Powder, ground and
wlijle Spiiea. Toilet aud Lauudry
Hoapa, S.wd, Jelllea, I'feaeifna
Fairy (Iruoerlea aud (Jro
SUck unparalleled In the Wwt.
IS END FOSOUR "OROCERS" MANUEL.
a i n unncri
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Caiiui, III.. January In. 1HNI. f
Time. Itar. Tlier. lluai. Wind. Vel Weather.
ft a. m :U7
7 :. 17
Up m , W.04
(Maximum Temperature. ti-s ; Miutmuui Tent
liernture, 4S Rainfall U.tKI
W. n. KAY,
Sera't Signal Corua, L'. S. A.
GEXEilAL LOCA L I TEMS.
Newa wits not to be lind fur love or
money yesterday. We tried both.
The Illinois Central pay enr was the
attraction to the employe of that road yes
terday. See notice in small advertisement col
umn of apples itnd hay for sale by G. M.
Aldcn. There is ti chance for a specula-
t ftTTT .- " ' - 1
The movement to send material aid to
the sufFcring in Ireland should meet with
earnest encouragement at the humls of our
Charley Stuart comes next. Give him
a hearty shake and ask him shout that girl
baby that nude its appearance night be
In to-morrow's IJl'I.lktin will appear
an account of the marriage ot Sir. Frank
L. Galigher and Miss Fannie R. Kaoli, as
we find it in the I'aducali News.
Officer Frank Schuckers arrested a ne
gro named Joseph McNairy for assaulting
and striking a colored female. lie was
tried beiore Squire Robinson, found guilty
and lined five dollars and costs.
Tllfc customs of Leap Year are still ob
served in many communities, around about
Cairo, and they constitute a pleasant varia
tion from the ordinary course of social
Cltiet La Hue arrested a white man
for indecent exposure ou the corner of
Eighth street and Commercial avenue. He
was brought before Squire Robinson, who
fined him ten dollars and costs.
"Oh, the mud, the horrible mud,
Filling the town with its beaatly Hood,
Over the crossings, over the street,
Over the clothes of the people you meet,
Spoiling, spoiling, bespattering all."
The river is falling at points above
here at Louisville and Evttnsville, and
and the Cumberland i8 falling at Nash
ville so that the flood so far as Cairo is
concerned, may be considered nt an end.
a friend Field of the Pope County Demo
crat calls him was one of the members of
the congressional committee appointed to J
attend the funeral of Senator Houston, ot
Alabama, lately deceased.
The Arab's steamer was, with much dlR
culty, owing to the bud condition of the
streets, drawn to the mouth of the sewer
on Seventh street and Washington avenue,
by a team of horses, late yesterday evening,
for the purpose of filling the new cistern
recently built in that vicinity.
At a Parnell meeting in Rrooklyu, Fri
day, Mr. Reecher took strong grounds in
favor of the land reform movem'-nt. He
thought a government that forced its peo
ple to emigrate was a bad one, Hiid hoped
the agitation would be continued until Ire
land obtained its freedom.
A force of men were yesterday at work
on the track of the narrow gauge railroad
at a point a little above where it leaves the
old levee. The trains at this toint pass
through not less than two feet of water
mid the men employed there were busy in
securing the track from being washed away.
- A meeting of the Youths' Temperance
association will be held in temperance hall
next Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. It is
hoped that not only all the members, but
every one regardless of sex, religion, poli
ties, age or occupation will bo present and
till the hall to overflowing. Young people
are especially invited.
-We were unable to attend the meeting
at the temperance hall last night because
of pressing duties elsewhere. Rut we were
told that the programme was highly inter
esting. I he exercises cousistetl m singing
and short speeches by several of our citi.etis,
which were listened to with much interest
and called forth many plaudits.
We were told by persons who had been
there, that the Illinlnois Central railroad
track between here and Villa Ridge was
badly damaged by the late continuous rains
and high water. The embaukrnent for
quite a distance is said to have fallen away
from under the ties, leaving the track in a
wavy condition tiinl compelling trains to
run very slowly.
For once Chicago tluds itself unable to
take care of the grain seeking a market
there. The elevators and warehouses, with
a capacity of 10,000,000 bushels, are full,
many vessels are loaded with wheat lor
spring delivery, and cars by the hundred
are standing on the tracks, with no place at
present available in which to storo their
la all probability Mr. W. R. Brown, of
Metropolis will be appoiutod supervisor of
ceusus of this, the eighth district: There
is not a fortune to be made out of the posi
tion and hence the aspirants for the place
are not so numerous as those for gubernato
rial honors. Mr. Brown is known to many
of our pcoplo and is regardt d as competent
to fill the position to which he aspires.
The E. M. Norton brought to this city
several barge loads of steel rails for the Ill
inois Central railroad company which were
yesterday-forenoon being transferred from
the barges to flat cars of the company.
They were manufactured in England; arc
of a superior quality of steel antl are intend
ed for the upper portion of the road.
Considerable trouble was yesterday
morning experienced by a number of ne
groes near the Illinois Central stock-yards,
in attempting to place a mule on his feet
who had been trampled upon in a stock
car on that road. The animal was perfectly
exhausted and had received some severe
bruises, but no bones were broken. This is
the result of crowding too many animals
into one car.
We are reliably informed that, owing
to the bad coudition of the country roads
along the line of the Illinois Central rail
road, preventing farmers and country mer
clients from bringing their produce, grain,
etc., to the depots, the business of the road
has dropped oft" somewhat. For sometime
past the officers and clerks of the road here
had much more than they could attend to,
but they are now able to dispose of the
freight as it comes in.
There are in this state twenty-four
counties iu which at the last election the
Democrats had a majority over both the
Republicans and Greenbackers. There are
thirty-two counties in which the Republi
cans had a majority over both the Demo
crats and Greenbackers. In twenty-tivo
counties the Republicans had a plurality.
There was not a single county in which the
Greenbackers had either a majority or a
A jury of six citizens was yesterday
afternoon obtained to try the negro women
arrested in Bill Scott's saloon, last week.
The otlice of Squire Osborn being inade
quate to uccommodate the jurors, witnesses,
etc., the hall of the Delta City fire company
M as obtained, in which the trial will be
held. It was not until dark yesterday ev
ening that the jury was obtained, and 8
o'clock this morning was set for the com
mencement of the trial.
The Twenty-fourth street sewer is not
yet in as good repair as it ought to be in
order to keep out the w ater of the Ohio
river. It still allows a slow current to pass
into the city, although not sufficient to give
any alarm. This sewer has leen giving the
city authorities trouble for years and it was
known to be outot order long ago, by the
parties whose duty it is to attend to and
keep the sewers in good order. It ought to
have been repaired before high water came,
even though there was uo reason to expect
any harm therefrom.
A St. Louis dispatch states that there
are symptoms ut disquietude among the
printers of St. Louis. The compositors ot
the Republican have sent a committee to
he Knapps asking an advance from thirty-
five to forty cents per thousand, but the em
ployers want to compromise on thirty-eight.
The Globe-Democrat compositors now re
ceive forty cents, and are exerting all possi
ble encouragement to bring the price up to
that figure in all the offices. They have
notified the Times printers that they will
be sHpported heartily if they will make a
move for higher prices. The rate on the
Times at present is thirty-three cents.
' -Mr. P. O'Neal Russell, of Louibville,
delivered his lecture on "The Irish Land
Ojicstion" in the Atheneum last night to a
fair house. He spoke a little over an hour
unit in that time pictured with much vivid
ness the Hutl'eriiigs the Irish people endure.
Having lived in Ireland, and while there,
having made the land question his study,
he is enabled to speak upon it intelligently
and to present it in all its phases. He spoke
fluently and eloquently and was frequently
very heartily applauded. We regret that
more of our Irish citizens were not present
to hear him since the information conveyed
was both interesting and profitable.
The sewer above Gnligher's mill leaks
us badly as ever but not enough to
cause uneasiness to our people. It Iras
been planked and braced in a manner tbut
is thought, by those who did the job, will
leave no room for danger. Capt. Hiram
Hill w as sent down Into the Ohio the ether
day and plugged the mouth ot the sever,
but the plug being ton small, it was replaced
by a larger one yesterday morning, and the
mouth securely closed. But since this lnii
not lessen the leaking, the only explanation
is that the sewer is cracked near the mouth,
caused perhaps by the heavy weight of the
embankment and railroad upon it.
The latest "racket"' ou the farmers is
the "census taking." A gentlemanly tel.
low drives up with blanks for statistics of
the farm bushels of wheat, number of cat
tl raised, acres under cultivation, etc. He.
tweeti the tables aud the foot of the pae,
where the farmer sigues his namo attesting
tho statement, is a blank space, whose ex
istenco Ir accounted for affording room for
miscellaneous information. In a mouth
more the farmer receives notice trom a
neighboring bunk that his uote for f 160 i
due. He knows nothing of the note, but
investigation shows that the "cciibus taker''
has filled in the blank with a promise to
pay, which, being now in the hands of an
inuoccnt holder, must be paid by tho un
For the last three or four days the
ferryboat Three States is making only two
trips daily. Leaving here at 8 :D0 a. m.
aud 2:30 p. w. every day except Sundays
when sho makes but one trip in the after
noon. The river beiug very high she can
not laud at her usual place on tho Kentucky
shore and is compelled to run to Fort Jef
ferson. The trip is u very pleasant one, the
scenery beautiful, and the round trip fare
only twenty-five cents. It is a splendid op
portunity for persons who w ish to spend a
few hours pleasantly to do so. Messrs.
Hacker, the pilot and Devore, the collector,
are gentleman in every particular and will
do all in their power to make the trip an
agreeable one to everybody. The fare will
agian be as of old as soon as the river falls.
If our city fathers think that the treas
ury will not bear the drain necessary to gravel
our streets one by one, perhaps it would al
low the appropriation of a little money to
keep them properly drained. Wo notice
that Washington avenue from Tenth to
Eighteenth streets is almost dry, while
above and below these points it is a perfect
river of mud. The reason is, so fur as we
can see, that the avenue between the
streets named is better draiued. It slopes
both ways from the center, allowing the
water to run off into the low places and
gutters, which are in better condition along
there than anywhere else. We believe that
were a little more attention paid to the
drainage of our streets they would cease to
be an eye sore to pedestrains and an almost
impassable barrier to tiffic in geueral.
A collection for tho relief of the peo
ple of Ireland will be taken up in St. Pat
rick's church on Sunday next, aud forward
ed to the suffering people. This, together
with that which was realized by Mr. Rus
sell's lecture in the Atheneum last night,
will, in all probability, constitute the "'pile"
which will be sent from this city and will
doubtless be fully an much ha other cities,
of the size of Cairo, have sent. Mr-re or
less of an effort for the relief of these suf
fering people continues to be made by the
priests in the smaller cities of this country,
while Mr. Parnell continues his able as
saults upon the sympathies and pur-es of
the people in the large ones and is appar
ently reaping a more abundant harvest of
resolutions and dollars thau he could have
anticipated. Outside the press of New
York city, whose isolated position ou the
subject of Irish land reform gives ground
for a suspicion as to its motives, the senti
ment ot the people appears to be practi
cally unanimous. The people of this coun
try, who are devoted to the theory of small
farms, owned by the men who till them, can
see nothing revolutionary or communistic
in the scheme ot the Irish Land league.
The sentiment of the community in general
waj probably correctly expressed by Mr.
Boecher a brilliant champion of the re
form, even if not one desirable for other
reasons when he said that a government
which could offer nothing better than emi
gration to its people was not tit to exist.
The clerk of Randolph county (in this
congressional district) is row in Springfield
to answer to the charge of contempt of the
writ of the United States court. Under the
damnable railroad act of ISC: Randolph
county issued $100,000 bonds in aid of the
Chester and Tamaroa railroad, aud the usee
had hardly been made befote the people
began to discover they had made tools t
themselves by mortgaging their property
for the beneSt of other parties. They paid
the interest on the bonds for some time, and
then fell in default. Suit was brought m
the United States court, in Springfield, upon
the coupons, aud, though diveis irregulari
ties as to thu issue of the bonds were urged,
judgment was taken against the county.
.Then a writ of mandamus was U-tued to
compel the county board to pay the judg
ment or to levy a tax to pay it, aud still
later another writ to compel the clerk to ex
tend a rtiidieient tax to pay the juJgmeut.
Before he had obeyed this writ some of the
taxpayers got out su injunction from the
circuit court of Randolph restraining him
from extending the tux, so he did not obey
the wri of maudumus. The people who
got out the injunction and the officer who
served it were then summoned for contempt,
but tiny hav all made satisfactory answer
except the clerk, who is yet tube dealt
with. Hon. J. Perry Johnson is hi attor
ney, and will, it is understood, plead that
the clerk was au officer of the state, and
could not obey the writ without violating
thu state law: but whether this will save
him from a heavy sentcuce is a question.
The case w really one of conflict between
state law and federal law. and, of course,
the local officers suffer.
- Last week we published, ou this page,
a list of all the eclipses that wuuld take
pluce during 10, among which a total
eclip-eof the sun was meutioued, in C'nli
fornia. on some day last week. An ex
change has tho following to say in regard
to it : "The line of totality of the eclipse
passed ten utiles uorth of Fresno. The
weather was perfectly clear. At fifteen
miuutes to three the first contact was visi
ble, aud at 3 :33 observations became total,
As the last ray of the sun disappeared, a
corona f clear white light entirely encir
cling the moon flashed into view, brilliant
at its edge aud paling toward the out limit
ot the halo. Next along tho border of the
lower left third of the moon appeared an
irregular fringe of biilliant, sparkling
primitive red aud purple light, while at the
top of tho moon wai a yellow triangle of
light equal to tbe height of one-sixth diam
eter of the disc. A similar but smul'.er
triangle appoared at the center of th? right
side, and, from the upper and lower right
sid( projected broad, faint rays. This ap
pearance lasted 31 seconds. The corona re
mained a few miuutes longer. The sun
disappeared behind the coast range before
the eclipse had entirely passed. During
the obscurat ion the horses of the party
showed signs of extreme uncainefts, and
the fowls of the neighboring ranches
sought their roost. At Hilanas, where the
eclipse was alm'mt total, the thermometer
fell eight degrees during totality."
FAST TIMK OF THE GRAND TOWER.
We are indebted to Capt. Shields for the
following dispatch, which explaius itself:
St. Loots, Jan. Kith, tSSO.
To Capt.Toai Shield:
Tower arrived at six twenty-three aud
one-half, making run in seventeen hours
forty-three minutes and one-half, if your
start is correct. The wedding accounts for
your first mistake I expect.
Jxo. R. IfKrsp.u.
This li the Tower's correct time.
FROM DONG OLA
BY OLD TtttU.
Since the week of prayer, the Mothodiits,
Lutherans and Presbyterians, have k."pt up
a series of meetings in which there is con
siderable interest take;; by al! the citizens
of our thriving little city. That those pro
fessing Christianity are being btneflited by
said meetings the most casual observer can
not fail to see. If .the sinner au J unbe
liever fail to be benefitted by said meetings,
it surely will be no fail: of those who are
laboring so zealously tor their goo J.
Mud, mud, rain and clouds, is the order
of the season, and it is with much difficulty
that vehicle are hauied over th roads.
Business anting cur merchant i flagging
and must continue ti flag, until our roads
get better. Perhaps when thu uiu Idled af
fairs of Maine get setti-.'d. tlm mu i on our
stieets will settle.
Thirty-one y::r ago the writ.-r set his
foot on Illinois soil for the first time, in the
then, small village of Cairo, and ha- been
hammering around in '-lower Egypt" ever
since, often hauling produce to Cairo, to
peddle among the citizens, but h is not
been there for tin three l ist years. From
reports in The Bclletis aud other Cairo
papers, it seems that crime, iasciviou-ness
and licentiousness, havo become o rampant
ia Cairo, tl-.it it is a dangerous place to
visit. Is it possible tliat rich a state of
thittg '! exist l or may it not be possible
that the pict'ire sr. overwrought J
We want to vi.it Cairo, More long, and
while thi're, we wi-h to become personally
acquainted with the-editor of The Bcli.f.
tin, but shall itefer our visit till some (t
those writer; for Thf. BtiLi.rnx give a bet
ter accouut of thin. Ph-a.se give us more
of Cairo's riie;ming qualities ::vl b'i of
THE CHEAPEST PLACE
To go for boots an-l shoes either to have
them made to order or buy ready made, is
at C. Koch's Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Si xtu street. He bought his stock
of tot3 and sh'es, leather and findings be
fore the late rise and will ijve the public the
benefit by selling at the old prices. Do not
fail to call when ia tv-e i of ijvU in Ins
Hiving dissolved partnership with John
Major, we have opened a shop en Com an r
cial avenue between 11th and 12th street.
All kinds of carriages, bugsjies. plows and
wagons, also ail kinds of r i tf i- tool, mill
picks, etc., made to order, at,d repairing
done promptly and cheaply. ''" years
pr actice and experience enable- us to guar
antee all work to give satisfaction. Buggy
pair.::mr ud trimming done at prices to
suit th" .times. Mr. P. Gadbois. the car
riage maker, is cmtiected with it aud is
alwiys r-.aiyto accommodate customers.
Mosf.s TiVvtiKK & Son.
ALI-VOK L&TTKKS It EM At NINO l.VAU.KD
KOR IN TIIK PO'Tomi'i; AT I'tlll'), 11.1...
JWCAKY 17th, W).
Barber, Lizzie Mrs.; Bedford, John Mr.
or Mrs.; Cullman, Elleu Miss; Burbey,
Marha Mrs.; Frun, Martha Mrs.; Garrctson. 1
A. K. Mts.; Itogau, El'.ie Mrs.; Hudson,
Emma Mrs.; Hall, Leviuia care of ('has.
Eckford; Harris, Eduey Miss; Jones, Katie
Mrs.; Jones, Parthena Miss; Payne, Auu.i
Mrs.; Peoples, Ella Miss; Sherman, Lizzie
Miss; Sissou, May Miss; Stratton, Casah
Miss; Schales, Mary Miss.
Arnold, Charles; Armstrong, Gay ; Alex
ander. Jones: Auderson, J.; Bass, Alex.;
Birdsong; Becker, George J.; Banks, J.;
Brag, Job Anson; Brown, J. E.; Burns,
John: r.aius, Milton ; Bryan, Tom -2; Baker,
CHIUSTMAS A.T HAND,
Aud it finds J. BURGER, the Dry fbwds King, fully prepared with a tremendous stock
ot Ladies' and Gent's Ties -the larg"st ever brought to Cairo a most elegant line of
Linen Cutis and Collars, Ladies', Misses and Children's Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear, Cor
sets, Ruches and the latest styles of Fancy Ribbons, Beautiful Black aud Colored Cash
meres; 100 Cloaks, 1.50 to $10. worth $14; au elegant line of Dolmans for the lowest
prices. Now is the tiirnj to buy your Christmas goods. We do not advertise what we
will uot do. Call and examine our tock.
J. BUJLIG:R, 124 Commercial Ave.
Willson ; Colman, C. J.; Column, James H.;
Clark, RolTert; Caska, Jan. A.; Cahill, Pat;
Doggitt, E.; Dennis, John S.; Dickson,
Phillip; Debcry, Sydney; Duren, Thos.;
Frans, If. II.; Hendricks, Henry; Hall,
Jack ; Hudson, John ; Huston, J. J.; Ham
bright, Thos. J.; Herchon, Sam.; Johnson,
(lias. E.; Johnsop, Thomas (col); Johnson,
W. F.; Kelch, James; Lyons, John W.;
Lonagan, John K.; Lcmun, Hawk W.: Mar
tin. J. M.; Morris, John; Mayfield, P.O.;
McGuin, Tom; O'Conner, Thos. -2; O'Neal,
Thomas ; Porter, David ; Park, J.; Purceil,
James; Perusha, M.; Rogers, (blacksmith);
Rivers, Allen, Ray, A. M.; Rodney, Rillie;
Reddant, P.; RobMson, Henry; Ransom,
Albert; Kobaid, W. II.: Suitcrson, A. J.;
Smith, M;.; Suiter, A. J. Capt.; Smith,
Joshua; Smith, G. W.; Stein, Henry V.;
Slusser Harry; Sigler, Henry C; Sch!.-',
Johuie; Sheridan, J as.; Scales. Jno. J'.;
Sweet, L. 15.; Thomas, Jacob; Walters, D.'n;
Wind, G. W.; Wilson, Henry ; Willi
J. D.: Wilburn, Mat.: Ward, S.B.
Ph'SM- say Hdverti-ed when calling f..r
It has wonderful power on BowoU, Liver
and Kidneys! What? Kidney-Wort, try it.
Harper's Vouni' People.
The evlla ir ...-ufalloual literature fur the yo n.z
are Kt-ll known, aud Hie want ul an antidote tu
lonji lieen ft-:t. Thl i eapplleil hv II A HI1 Kit ,s
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