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THE DAILY CAIRO' BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 13; mo.
!THfe , DAILY BULLETIX GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
ten cants per line,
r CXTXHRO AT TBI POST OmCS IS CAUIO, IL
14NOI8, AS BKCOXD-CLA88 MATTER.
OmOIAl PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
ISrnw t H. Thtelooke. City Kditor.
MornW Dally In Southern Illinois.
Not leas la these column,
The Chicago Times calls Judge Green,
Rev. E. B. Olmsted lett for home yes.
The usual services will be held la the
""j iv wTOivv. Vwdi vuj uunnr 1 iu-ujj j ouausy -tne day upon
uolaundried shirt. It Is th best made and which the thoughts of our readers our
l. !!. 1 t' . 1 I t .....
uci niung . emni manmaciureu m tne reauers are an rollgious-turn heavenward
Lmtod States for the money. See our great And talking about religion and "heaven
uargain in gauze unuerwiircs at so cis. ee ward" reminds us of an Interesting proph
iw uur vrusnwr uutu luiuc, . u me esy, uuereu oy Mother Bklpton, two
best fitting collar in the market. t hundred years ago, to the effuct that this
Stoart. world is to come to an end next
Walton Wright, who is working year the yoar 1381. Thirty years ago
energetically to gather sufficient our eyes l,IMr not been open upon this
Siexii Omoi, i
CilM, III.. J quo lit, I ) (
iM. Br. Tbor. Hum. Wind. Vvl Weathnr.
several churches to-day.
Seo our great drive in folding Japanese money to defray the expense of repairing wor tnat lnt but we know that It is a
Stuart, the old Tilden and Ilendrlcks Dole, sava fact wr all that, that thirty years asra neo
that a brand new flag will float proudly P'e weie made lunatics, and the tenauts at
from its top, while a glorious eagle will flop the asylums Increased, by the vehement as
its wings and shriek defiance into the Re- Frances of pious lookers for wonders that,
publican camp ere long.
i fans at 10 cts
Mrs. Samuel Meyers, who has been in
Maximum Temperature. WJ; ttlulmum Tern
porature, 74 ; lUliifall 0.00 Inch.
. Jtlver M foot 5 iuchua. Hine'i Inchon,
- Seri't Signal Coroa. V. 6. A.
Cincinnati for about ten weeks visiting rel
clear stives, returned day before yesterday.
urani s grave is a large one. it con
tains the political remains of John A. Lo
gan as well as those of the old commander.
Early yesterday morning the frame
building situated this side of the hub fac-
The Rough and Ready fire company isi tory caught fire in some unknown way and
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
: KotictR In thle column, Ave centa per line, each
. . V ' ' 'AT
THURSDAY EVEKINO. JONR 17TH,
; UnJer the Auspices of the
women's christian and library associa
Games of chess played with gentlemen,
laaies, ana little eirls tor pieces. Players,
Messrs. Wells and Wenger, followed by a
promenade concert. Delicacies, ice cream
and cake, served on the balcony.
for a time threatened to destroy the entire
structure. By the heroic efforts of the men
who work thereabouts, however.tho fire was
extinguished by the use of buckets, but not
uutil a hole five feet square had been burned
into the roof. No one ia the lower Dortion
of the city being aware of the existence of
the fire, nil holla warn ranr.
I rather than to assertion, to question rather
i ne sparKs issuing irom the chimney of than to credit. It is doubtful whether Ho
the box factory yesterday tailing upon the mer wrote his own Dooms, and stiflv do.
-Rev. Knappe has discontinued his 8awdust which had been thoroughly dried by nied that Shakespeare wrote hlj own plays,
by a notice which appears elsewhere, re
quested to meet in their hall to-morrow
We offer the balance of our parasol
stock at greatly reduced prices to close.
The fruit growers around us have been
shipping quite a quantity of their products
north and, until now, obtained a good
price for them.
in those days, the last trumpet would sou a
its stern appeal along the skies, that the
dead would rise from their awful sleep, an
that the liviug eject would mount beyond
the clouds and "meet the Lord iu the air."
vernier tne music, nor the performance it
was to usher in, have yet boen heard or
seen, and the consequence is a disinclination
at this day to swallow mere assertions,
however gravely they are made, or even
when uttered two hundred years ago. The
present temper of society tends to denial
There will be a special meeting of the
Rough aud Ready tire company, at their paid us a friendly visit,
English service, on Sunday evening during
the warm weather. Morning services will
continue as usual.
Mr. Trousdale, a delegate to the state
convention, passed through this city en
route for home yesterday. While here he
engine house, on Monday evening, tho 14th
inst., to consider an iuvitation, extended by
the Iliberuian fire company to participate
in a street parade on 3th of July.
By order of president.
' W. C. Meuxer, Secretary. "
f FOR RENT.
y. Room to rent, furnished or unfurnished
'i lip stairs, fronting Washington avenue,
, K-tween Seventh and Eighth. Refer to
I Pettis & Bird, corner Eighth and Wash-
All persons owing real or personal es
tate tax will take notice that, on Monday,
the 14th inst., I will offer tor sale all prop
erty on .. which the tax remains unnaid.
Sale to commence at 11 o'clock a. m.
, Sheriff and Collector.
That excellent family residence on Fif
teenth and Sixteenth streets, now occupied
by Mr. A. Mackie altio six lots, with
Croquet ground, barn and stable. Terms
easy. Apply to John D. .Mackie
i - Tinted or cleaned by the new liquid pro
:, eess, at J. Burger's. Old plumes can bo
In changed so that no difference can be ifotwt.
t ' ed between them and the new; an item of
,1 economy tor ladies to make a note of. Or-
rs left at the store will receive immediate
V. 4.ha!.ku mi.. 1 a
blicuuuu. i ae liquid is also Kept by mo in
bottles for sale with full directions for its
i ICE KING.
;; To my old customers and as many usw
v ones who read this. irreetin2: I am nm
j pared to deliver in any part of the city ico
of best quality and at tho lowest possible
price. I respectfully solicit your patron-
age and guarantee satisfaction. Ico box on
Jiigntn street, next to Bristol's, open at all
i hours, day or night. Orders rilled either
I iroin wagon or at the ice box.
: ' Yours, Respectfully,
i Jacou Klee.
jue undersigned will, on and after
ffl-ay jst, be prepared to turnish our citi
ens a first rate oualitv nf 5 pa rrmin
4 I .
-A. m evtl-y WttX to that furnished in
,: yuicago, made fresh daily, and furnished
in fireezer, from one gallon upwards; deliv-
; ea to any part of tho city. This creum is
uiuo oy an experienced artist and cannot
,t tail to give satisfaction on trial. Orders
. i left at ice house, corner Eighth and Levee,
( .wv.i.g niieuiitm. v 111 Ue lur-
i owned at I.8o per gallon in quantities from
r -one gallon upwards. Robert Hewett,
DtocK and variety of bK)ts and
shoes at C. Koch's, Commercial avenue
hoe store, between Fifth aud Sixth streets.
Wo have just received and now on hand the
largest stock of the best St. Louis and f'in
''VSr. ciauati custom made goods ever brought to
, a mis city, an siyies anil sizes in men, wo-
I men ana ciniuren's shoes. Having recently
"v refitted and eulanrod filir atnm ninca t.Ai..
, m- " " -vwav MHHW tUII"
$ leniently we now carry the largest stock of
u"u mauo worK in tlie city at tho lowest
p Pible prices. Our motto is largo sales
f and small profits. Also always on Imiid n
onpete stock of leather and findings at
m.q mwcBi prices, wan around when in
j need of any goods in our line for bar-;
ICE! ICE I PURE LAKE ICE!
V. XI. War.) will
... ...... "... vun-i iuu ueiu RlflllD.
J( iis season, with his Ice wagons, and will
i o prepared, as formerly, to furnish pure
; Uke ice, In any part of the city, every day.
,;l fb any quantity desired. Tho fact that he
i Will give the business fun personal super
vision, furnishes a guarantee that his pat-
I tons will be promptly, faithfully and satis-
' A CARD.
. To all who are suffering from the errors
I and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak-
ac, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I
; , will nd a receipt that will cure you,
free of charge. This great remedy was
Lscovered by a missionary in South
aierica. Rend a Vlf-addressed envelope
) the Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station I).
jw York City. '
Gak Platsd For. Tho "Republican,'1
-Sa, Nebraska, says : "In the game of
; the 'stake' played for U health, wealth
! happiness. Each of these cau be ob
;1 by Uie use of Warner's Safe Kidney
I Liver Cure, Warner's Safe Diabetes
Waroer'i Safe Pills. Bitters, Nervine
We will offer on Monday morning a
new line of Union printed lawns, iu choice
styles, at 8 cents. Stuart.
The Illinois Press association contem
plates a business meeting at Chicago, the
first of next month, to be followed bv an
excursion to lake Superior.
A little son of Ben Robbius, an em
ploye of the Illinois Central railroad, yes
day fell from a tree in his father's yard and
broke hi3 leg. The same boy broke an arm
in falling from the same treo last year.
In another place will be a found a
programme of the Alexander county Sun
day school convention which is to be held
in the Methodist church on the 15th inst.
The funeral of Mr. Henry Sticher
took placo yesterday at two o'clock. Quite
a number ot his friends turned out to ac
company his remains to their place of re
pose, Messrs. Stratton & Bird are sole agents
of this district for the "Charm Bakimr
Powder" and dealers ran savi. froiirht b
me sun, set it aflre yesterday afternoon, or that creation had any maker, or man
me ure department was called out and the any other predecessor than a monkev.
hoso of the Rough and Ready Fire com- What is called "scientific denial" is so
piny taken up on one of the tugs, which prevaleut, that it is even beginning to attack
soon squelched the flames. Other fire scientific facts as well as historical details.
companies started for the scene but return- An exchange, a few davs ago, informed
eu ueiore uiey got mere, uut lor immedi- us that a Professor whose name wo have
ate assistance much damage might have forgotten-of Condon, had delivered a lec
been done. ture in that city, in which he denounced as
The entertainment to be given on the folli' belief that the earth is a heavenly
night of June 17th, by the ladies of the bdy revolving round the sun, and as an
Library association, will be of an interest- 0Utr!Se common sense the notion that it
inn d novel character. Livin chess has ia a rountl tIol)e' Tlie speaker had fucts to
been played in several of tho northern and detail ia aDuadance in proof of his posi
eastern cities with great success; the differ- tlon' True, ia spite of his 'fact," ships
eut pieces, kinus, oueens. knMits. bish- start from a port and never turn round to
ops and pawns, being represented by gen- retrace their journey, yet they go to the
tlemcn, ladies and little girls, making a 8ame V0Tt the' started from, though they
oeauuiui scene. Excellent music will be "I'l"1""-" ll lluu uppusue uireeuou
ALWAYS IIST THE LEAP 1
THE PALACE CLOTHING HOUSE.
Have on hand and are now offering for sale
the finest stock of
To bo found iri the Citv.
Their Assortment of
Is the largest and most complete stock ever brought
of WTUTF Ul1 S f 'I11 Sts ail(l 'l!l;!Iitie
oi VUUlh USTb. Call and see them and learn
IVo. 108 Commercial A.venue IsTo. 108
n Mr. Geo. Wichert is manufacturing a
new cigar for his own retail trade, which
provided, and after the game is played
those inclined can "trip the light fantastic
toe," or refresh themselves with delicious
ice cream on the balcony.
llr. Thos. Halliday, who was one of
the delegates to the Springfield convention,
expresses his surprise that the Democrats,
atter twenty years of defeat should mani
fest so much enthusiasm as they did at that
convention. He states that while the nomi
nations were being made the excitement
became intense, and at one stare of the nro-
save trcigut by ceedincrs evorvlmJr
uuying oi mem. i ney guarantee fet. Louis' wavimr their hats and veiling lushlv. It
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shows a good tone; a firm conviction that
We will offer on Monday morning, at its principles are correct and a determiua-
the lowest prices of the season, 100 pieces tion to wrench the land from Radical
new Hamburg edgings and insertings; 50 misrule.
pieces Torchon and Smyrna lace9.
Mr. J. H. Metcalf has somewhat dis
couraged loafing around his front store
door, by removing the benches which so
long served idlers as a support, as they in
dulged in filthy comments upon passers-by.
Geo. Robinson was yesterday arrested
by Officer Wims for being drunk. He was
brought before Justice Olmsted, who fined
him five dollars and costs. But George did
not have the money and was sent to the cal
aboose five days.
Mr. Crawford has formally withdrawn
from the Democratic congressional contest,
which leaves the field clear to Graham and
Hartzell. Of these two Hartzell stands tlie
better chance, and will in all probability
be our next congressman.
-A picnic is advertised on large posters, frerat0". ma' ask- A w-'ll known,
to be ir venon t .r 3J nf Jnlv.' ,.t ITm lu,u'm xiauuy are uie
grove, by Mr. U. Hickman of that place. uaumeratiors fur city, and are now at fcr all
It is to be a celebration of tho Fourth, nn.l work' an J we Je9're to for the benefit ftitTcc-
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uui juim;- iuuy reauers, taat neitlier ot
the gentlemen above named, nor any other
census m:ln has the nybt to dispute a wo-
mau when she gives her age. Under the
True that this looks like demonstration be
cause we know that if a fly walks across a
level table it is not in the same place at
the end of the trip that it started from.
This is all true, but the
roundness of the earth is
denied in spite of it, simply because "the
run" to-day is toward denial and doubt, as
it was thirty years ago toward assertion
and belief. We are no prophet, but believe
that in time the assertive fashion will re
vive, and then not only will the world be
round, but very probable there will be
facts brought forward as strng as those of
the Professor's in our mind's eye, giving
conclusive prosf that the moon, after all, is
made of new cheese. There is a certain
sort ot opinion which generally calls itself
"belief," and depends not upon evidence,
and is regardless of demonstration, but
which depends upon "what is all the go"
he guarantees to be equal to any now ia the at a given time, just as the ladies depend
market. It is a five cent cigar called "The upon the same excellent authority lor
Independent,"mado of the best material to knowing what is "the sweetest thing" to
be had iu the country, which he imports wear as the fashion. But we have
and pays a larger price- for than what lie rambled remarkably and at length in this
puts in any other of his cigars. He guar- item, and here and now "put our foot L
nmee, uiut wuere no ouier weea lias given uown" upon any turther remarks,
satisfaction this one will. He has erected
a new and haudsome sisn in front of hi
establishment advertising thp now cwr
and it is extremely probable will soon be
unable to supply the demand for his "Inde
pendent." We yesterday published the law con
cerning ceusus enumerators, which men
tioned a very heavy penalty for refusiug to
answer any lawful question which the euu-
will be characterized by all that could be
wished for by the most fastidious.
Ladies who contemplate traveling for
.i. -i. , , . . . i
...v, ul.w, o..uu..i Dtu ' uc ui uusiery, law tlievcan-a l of them rWo tl,..ir
gloves, ribbous, ties, collars and cuffs, etc. eyebrows aud exclaim. vm, r?"
We have marked down many goods below words to that effect, when a female, sup
their market value to close the season. tmseJ to ha thirtv. . i.nr ,, ,
Stcart, but he must stop right there. They may
The coolest place in town is George wonder t themselves where oa earth all
Wise's barber shop, near the Planter's the grandmothers of this country have sml-
house. In addition to the cool breeze al- denly slipped to, but they mustn't wonder
ways blowing through it from the Missi?- to you, ladies. This much in confidence.
sippi, patent fans are always in motion, ti...m ii s n i i-r. i
,,: , . . , , , r. lucre will mall probability, be a sue-
making a shavo on a hot day a del shful r . , . . " 1
operation. igwui cessM effort made in the next legislature
Iwi lumun, iu puss u mw requiring all
couuty officials in the state who handle in
in this city, has been a large purchaser of any amount the public funds, to publish
summer dry goods at the receut sharp deal- froa time to timo sworn statements of the
ing, and is now in a condition to offer condition of their financial accounts. The
genuine bargains in all departments. A
visit of inspection will couvince all that it
pays to trade at Stuart's popular and relia
ble cash dry uoods house. '
Beforo Grant's defeat at Chicago Ros-
coe Conkling said: "Nothing but an act
of Ood can prevent the nomination of
Geueral Grant," whereupon tlu Cincinnati
"We thank thoe, Father, for Thy care,
And bow Id reverence to Thy will,
Thou bat controlled the power of war,
And ahowu Thou art our Ruler still,"
legislature could uot be engaged ia better
work. Tub Bcm.ethj claims t!m ti
public has a right at all times to kuuiw the
exact condition of the accounts of every
public official who is in any manner tlie
trustee of public money. There have been
such numerous private use of the people's
money for the purposes of speculation, that
we believe the propriety and wisdom of
such a law as referred to, needs only to be
mentioned to be approved. We tlilnk fur-
ther that tho liu'iifti rm,ri. ...
4lf su lur. tbmpU
ther and include everv s&vinira ),.i. ;., Kveben
-Nellie Kiger, a white woman, yesterday state, within the provisions of such l tilibi
swore out a warrant before Justice Olmsted, They all stand to the public in the relation f! mSa
against another white woman for some of custodians of the peoples' mon-v and h't"n,T
trifling offense, and whilo with the warrant the people who intrust their harl "earned L ,
n hand and in search of an officer to serve money have a right at all times to know ,
it, she got drunk and was herself arrested what the officers of these bank. rU ,i,: 'i.,.?
with it. If the law is passed, we wbuld
l ITIIII IM. I U.
ug for a number of days. 1 shall impose oa the nublic official. V Un mry
a - ---" . r-
y Officer Schuckers.
before Olmsted, and failing to pay a flue pleased with seeing it enact just u rigid
of two dollar and costs, was sent to the provisions in regard to savings baafca as it
T$-EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY
SOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth f.rrctasd
o. o. patiek & CO.
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS.
R SMYTH & CO.,
Wholefale and Retail Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
ME98HS. 8MYTII CO., have conMantly a
large stock of the hunt mmdr lo the market, and
plve eapeeiul attention to tbo wholeaalu braucb of
TOffiOOOA VKAIt, or $5 fo
in your own locality
Women do aa well
make money fant .
Many make more
the amount Mated
above. No one can fail to
Any one can do the work. You
can make from 50c lo $2 an boar by devoting your
evenlngaandaiiura time to the huHlnoaa. It conn
nothing to try the mmliicna. Nothing like It for
money making over offered before, hualneas pluaa
ant, and atrlctly honorable. Reader, If yon want tfi
know all ahont the beat paying bualnvaa before the
Rnhllc, aend na your addreaa and we will tend you
ill particular and private terms free;aamplva
worth $5 alao free; you can tben make up your
mind foryoumelf. Addreaa GEORGK ST FN SUN
A CO. Portland. Haluc
W are th largest eiportera In tit United
Ntatui, and we will pay tko highest market price
in cash for any nuantlty,
R. A. Holden & Co.
67 Vlao Street CINCIHSATI.
J Jauiiu tvn -
nnal New Business has bcl
Company in the world, is d
known promptness in the j
rule never to take advai
'.EXANDER COUNTY S. S fnvrpv
ITIOX AT METHODIST CHl'KCH..
Tt'KSDAV, JCSE 13, lm.
2:30 to 3 p. m. Devotional exercises.
3 to 3:0 p. m. What ia th r
equitable claim exists. school, iei by I'rof. Jerome.
j 1 3 :30 to 4 p. in. Best means of prccrv-
Asa GUARANTEE of ,'i lm; fe'wJ or,kr-
. 4 to 4 :30 p. ni.-What shall bo tlie quil
C10US influence Of a tech Mcatiom of aupcrintenJunU and teachers.
j.1 T- l l , EVEXIXO 8KSSION.
companies, the Equitable d 7:.j0 to s P. ta.-D,votioDai.
new, throughout the United l t0 150 f; m -Irw t0 u'ac!'
3 .V V P- m- Mass meotins of the colored
people at their church, presided over by
i ; Professor Jerome.
.Wedxesdat Mouxrxo, Jcxe 1C, HuO.
v , , .' Mo 9:30 a. ra. Devotional.
AftP the policy ha.S been U :30 to 10 a. m.-.Di.trIct and county re-
I 10 to 10:30 a. m. Election of officers.
- 10:30 to 11 a. m.IIo- can scholars be
j. induced to study thttjr lessons.
"The Equitable Life h aB!,TSS
January isi, imv, g$n m'uwmewi01 securia?
books upon that date with j 4 1 4 :o P. m.
-Children's mass meetinj
I j 8tu
9 p. m.Suaday school prayer tuert.
For the Sunday Bulle ln.v
The Equitable Life Assi little things.
lio'v nrtny admirable actions are over
looked because they are little and common.
' If id ftnli. a Kt,l.. ...1.. ..
.,tklj iinu jmy a sman sacri
tice, thereiore it is not appreciated. Tak
for instance tlie mother, who h. l.mi.n
. " v v n v a
1 Biumber if any at all, with the nursin-r
And thereby to populariz ';abe-whose must not be disregarded.
milriim-n 1 ' WU'J fai SlwP ani1 TCSt awhi,c whcD
U11KI10W . the hour of ninij comes, but patiently and
j uncomplainingly she leaves her room, takes
: up her round of domestic duties and
j takes her timely seat at the breakfast
: table. Though weary and eshausted, she
by tllC late lepOrtOt t serves all with a refreshing cup of tea
states of Massachusetts i tcoe M"Te sl'e ,,!1- if. and
often the cups of the others are handed
Assurance Society shows iback ,'er,,a' s!,u ,ias time to taste her own.
I) j you hear her couiplain-tliis gentle faced
FIRST The Equitable "f? i,er bre.krt i.com
1 r,for-' sl'e has time to eat it, althouRh her
bllltieS tliail ally Of l.eaJ is achin and her stomach faint f
OPrnYTi Tl T Aua t,lten,BJ'.10t be for one morning. I.
ftrjtUil-"lIie qUltaOie for everyone, perhaps, through the vea
than any other coiiiiThensreherintheafterttMMterhi'r house-
: hold duties for the day are weli-niHi over
THIRD TIio Equitable ?tc'1 in the r!cas;int shaily room, with her
anv other of the lead n in the craJle at I,er fl-'ct-the
illiy UUltl Ul Ult Jtaq older cluhlrea coaxed out in the yard to
FHTTPTIT Tlin PnnitoW P'ay 5 "iark the sigh of reIiuf that stirs
1UUK11I liie LqUltatl bosom as she sinks into her chair with a
interest, 011 real est of wme favorite author' ia her hand
:or her writing desk spread open beforo
J tier, one is conirrntiiliitliKf lior.ii' i. u.:.
o .-..0 ..iiijiu lUi (.1113
hour' of rest from the turmoil aud cares of
thu day. In a few moments the patter of
bare feet are heard in the hall,
the door of her room is flung
tint at 1 tr nnn 1 . . .
w.ij vi-uu, unu m rusiies tlie noisy,
: noisy crowd,' she had thought so well
provided with amusement in the vard be
low. Perhaps it ' may be that they have
The Society takes pleasure in r
thos. v. balliday, Caahicr city K como to uuther to settle some childish dis-
I pute to right some crievance. as to iii
rRASKL.OALioiUK. Cairo en, m Wr permission to engage in some new
'mtSAatnMiv 8porti b0 tlmt a8 u ma t,iey have certai"-
j iy wuaenea tne oaoe w 10 now sets un a
rAl'LO. SCHUI1. Whulcalo and retal nifoi,na , ... 8"8 .UP a
glut. J r"';"" i'i"-"i ' uu luneu. i ne nook, or
j mums ueK is put asuie, no readinir.
wholesale Kroc. ra. f " -"y. UO you Call
; these small things? Try them and see
WA!'T?,Z "T.0.." ,.?r..1. Oh.he- woman shame man by her forbear.
what are rail ml iiti
FRANK nqWB. of c. M. nowo & Mros things. Itis these little thincs that are test
virions and produce. , of 0,;nractcr afte? ftll u y u "J,
ERNEST B. rKTTIT, Grocorlra. qiiee self-denials, borne with such self-forgotten
and notions. j gcntleuess, that the humblest home is made
T I' beautitul, though, also, we often fail to see
For any Information OI,1! it. until the chair is vacant and the hand
the li t,,at kel11 in motion all the domestic ma
ll chinery is powerless nnd cold. I. A. M.
E. A. B
Cairo, III., June 12th, 1880.
The Voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall.
Mich. Will send their celebrated Electro
Comer Twelfth Sf., tllli -Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon 30 days
i trial. Spoody cures jtunranteed. They
l mean what they say. Write to them with-
W. N. CRAINEjGeneral.MA out dalay.
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