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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY, MORNING, JUNE 10 1881.
T1TE DAILY BULLETIN
ftNTERKD AT TBI POTT Of MCI CAIHO, It
UNOIS, AS SECOMD-CLASS MATT1B.
ft. E. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
UH ARIUTI. TRAIKI DEPABT.
fMall 4 :0.m I Mall '. S: p.m
Bipreee... :M.m tKxpreaa . P,m
Accora'dation. 4:00 p.m tAccomdatloii..ll.lOa.m
MI38 CENTRAL R. R.
tU.... 5:a0p.mtM.II S5.m
tExpreet Il:80mtKpree :iam
C. ST. L. R. H. (Narrow Gauge.)
Bfpreea 4:30 p.m I Bipreea H:30a.m
Accom'datoln 12:30 p.m Accom'datlon, 1 :30 p.m
BT.L., I. M. A6.lt. R.
tKxproM.. S:Mt.m I tEipreea :4R a m
tAccoin'datlon. 3; p.m 1 1 Accom'dation 11 : i.m
CAIRO VrNCENNKS R. R..
Mall Ex.... 5:00 a.m 'Mall Ex.... 9:30 pra
Dally except Sunday f Dally.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice! In thla column, eight eonta per line for
Brat and Ave cent per Una each auhacqueut Ineer
tion . For one month, 50 centa per line .
Notice of Partnership.
A partnership has been this day formed
between Henry Stout and W.B. Green gen
end contractors in brick work. Job work
a RDecialtr. The business at present will
le carried on by W. B. Grocn. Address
post office box 083, Cairo, 111.
Stoct & Green.
Cooper Shop For Sale.
Cooper shop in Hickman, Ky., for sale or
rent, 1 to 10 years; $500 worth stock and
tools for sale on reasonable terms.
May 31st, 1881. J. D. Stephens.
Restaurant for Sale.
For sale cheap, furniture and fixtures in
the Silver Moon Restaurant, in Paducah,
Ky. This is the only exclusive restaurant in
the place, and all the business you can do ;
reason, sickness. Correspond by letter.
' For Rent.
A large pleasant front room furnished
Enquire of Mrs. Dr. Marean,
Corner Fourteenth street and Washiner-
Notice of Dissolution.
The partnership heretofore, existing be
tween John G Barnard and John T. Ren
nie, under the style of Barnard & Rennie,
is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
John T. Rennie is to pay all debts ot the
said firm, and is authorized to collect all
accounts due to said firm.
J. G. Barnard.
John T. Rennie.
Cairo, 111., May 25, 1881.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ice to customers in quantities to Buit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
' attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ico Co.,Kankakee, III. Tel
ephone No. 92. F. M. Ward.
. Lake Ice.
During tue summer season 1 will run an
ice wagon to all parts of the city and will
insure prompt delivery of pure lake ice to
customers, in quantities lanre or small, to
suit. Leave orders at C. W. Wheeler's wood
yard, on Tenth street.
Geo. W. Spence.
Over 163,000 Howe Scales have been
sold. Send for Catalogue to Borden, Sel
lcck & Co., General Agents, Chicago, Ills.
A Liberal Offer.
Wagner & Co. Michigan Ave. & Jackson
St. Chicago, offer to send Electric Belts,
Bands, etc., for the cure ot Nervous Debili
ty and other diseases, free, for examination
and trial before purchasing,. These Elec
tric Devices are the invention of Dr. D. A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, and are
claimed to be the only Electric Devices or
Appliances for the cure of . diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. See their advertisement in this
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charee. No extra charms
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by The Cairo Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
ouier printed stationery.
Use The Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
lor sale at the office, 1200 No. 8 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or fl.00 per dozen. .
A good stock of paper, expressly for
llektograph use, for sale at The Bulletin
office. . - ;
Headache is effectually cured , by
WRIOnt'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS, which
cleanse the bowels and purify the blood. (1)
. aiMaHBHBWHiMivBaaaBmaaawaBv '
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, tever sores,
otter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
very case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. E. OHaua
Used to say j "Boys, If your blood is out
border try Burdock tea;'' and then they
had to dig the Burdock and boll it down in
kettles, making a naaty, smelling decoction ;
now you get all the curative properties put
up in ft palatable form in Burdock Blood
Bitters. Price 1.00, trial size 10 cents.
ILiLV the ills of human life proceed from
torpid and disordered liver. Submit to
them oo longer while "Sellers' Liver
rills" will cure you quickly . Price 25 eta.
CoKEttTCLNESA, courage, and great ac
tivity of intellect; are engendered by Fel
low's yrup of Hypophosphlre, and its ca
pacity ot Imparting power of endurance to
the brain and nervous system, is shown in
its property of sustaining persons through
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlcea In theae oommni, ten centa per line,
each inaertloD. Marked
-Smoke Schuh's '-Gilt Edge."
The latest addition to the telephone is
Paul G. Schuh's drug store, No. 100.
These are the days that make swelter-
itif? humanitv lone tor the cool shade of
The Cairo and Vincennes railroad
company has placed its track below Second
street in excellent condition
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union mot a Reform hall and transacted
some routine business yesterday.
- Stout & Greon are ready to make con
tracts for all kinds of building and brick
job work. See notice In another column.
Mr. John Foom has a sample of a new
mntfihe roof nlatincr which has beconio
quite popular in somo parts of the country
The second story of Mr. A. Marx's
clothing establishment has undergone ex
tcnsivo internal and external improvement.
New curb stone was yesterday being
placed along the west side of Commercial
avenue between Sixth and Seventh street.
The Cairo and Yincennes railroad
company will do sixty thousand cubic
yards of earth filling in tho city during the
Pretty mottoes for pillow Bhams are
"Dormez bien," Good night," Lullaby,"
"Bon soir," "Sweetly dream," and "Slum
An eagle in Reading lives on cats and
rats, and especially cats. Can't Cairo bor
row him for a few weeks and teach bim to
take in an occasional dog)
Yesterday the tug Montauk came off
the ways at the coal dump, having received
a new boiler and other needed repairs.
Capt. Short brought her down. J
The remains of Thomas Freeman-.he
colored barber, who died of an unknown
cause several days aero, were taken lo Villa
Ridge for interment yesterday,
The funeral of Mr. JohnFitzgerald
took place yesterday afternoon. The re
mains were attended by many friends to
Villa Ridge, where they were interred
Mr. Weis, the barber, near Messrs.
Siratton & Bird, and Mr. A. T. DeBaun, the
Ohio levee oyster deale are having their
respective places of business newly floored.
The tendency to filicide just now seems
to be mainly attributable to strong drink.
The ladies' temperaaco unoin. has here a
good text from which to arguo reform meas
A ball was hi
at Wickliffe, yeater
day in the new !
that is in course ot
ood crowd of country
lads and lasses .
present and tho fun
lasted until latq
Mr. W. L.j
istol is having the founda-
tion of his nev
tore saturated with tar in
order to preven
the dampness from the
ground penetrating it and causing the mer
chandise within the store to mould.
Ill on the Illinois Central
mo in in charge of Thom-
as Catlet with
ild treight train yester
ack when near the 1 11 i-
day, ran off tl
nois Central i:
c. An hour's work by a
number of m
moon at tho west Bide
door of the
sold all the 1
house, Sheriff Hodges
he city upon which the
taxes had n
paid, not a single lot
the city. The sale of
commence this altcr-
Mr. Thomas Lewis, secretary of the
Cairo stretft railwayjcompany, in company
with the street committee, made a trip over
tho route it the proposed street railway
yesterday I and locited the track. Mr,
Lewis will have meraat work on the road
The phio nvei is falling. It was
twenty-on feet on tie gauge yesterday
morning, having fallenl a quarter of a foot
during the5nlght before Yesterday even
ing, at six o'clock, it was twenty and nine
tenths feetf showing a fall of one-tenth of a
foot sinco epght o'clock, lithe morning.
The stiamcr Colorado flame down from
St. Louis last night, having Vm board the
three New JMadrid desperaSocs on their
way down tfcere to Btand trialA Tho sheriff
of New Madrid county, who had them in
chargo, has (taken extra precautions to in
sure his prisoners' safety alter tHey reach
the scene of their outlawry.
auwara uimas, oi ine uverpooAAler-
cury, is willinfc to risk his reputation
public man "iftthe worst case of small-
cannot be cured In three days, simply
the use of create tartar dissolved in one
pint of hot watendrank at intervals when
cold. It is a certain, never-failing remedy.
It has cured thousands, never leaves a
mark, never causes Xblindncss, and avoids
-Jhe PrcsbyterianX church was well
crowded with people last night to listen to
the concert, . whiclA wis carriod
out In accordance wVh flws nrn.
fc.ui.u yuuiwueu in yesieraay's Boldstin
and proved to be in every particular ful
uji w me nignest expectations othe best
musical scholars present, and there were
iuujr. a.iWT me concert, refreshments in
tne rorm or ice cream and cake were
to all present and mingled with airreeab
i wuYenwuwn, wmcn concluded the enter
Yesterday Mr. Louis Herbert sold the
business of his European hotel on Ohio
levee to Messrs. Avenger & Tharp, who will
continue the business in the same building.
No hotel in the city has enjoyed a bettor
reputation and commanded a greater pat
ronage than did the European under the
management of Mr. Herbert. , It has re
quired a name among the traveling public
generally (hat may well bo envied by much
larger institutions of its kind in' largo
cities. Tho gentlemen who have now con
trol ot it are fully able to maintain it in its
established name. Mr. Wm. Avenger was
Stewart of the steamer Champion and
thoroughly versed .in the
of cooking. Mr. M. V.
U a young ' man who
had experience in tho
business. Both aro fully able to
city a first-class hotel and they are deter
mined to do so. Mr. Herbert will retire
from active business for tho present.
The debate over the Wooain resolutions
at Albany Tuesday was important as
obliging the stalwarts to show their hands
on the question of adjournment, and the
democrats on the question ot the reported
alliance with tho Conkling forces. The
stalwarts, through Mr. Sharpc, declared it
was their purpose to remain in session un
til senators were chosen ; while the demo
crats, being skillfully "prodded" on the
point were led into denouncing Conkling
most vehomcntly. The general tone of the
discussion showed that the democrats were
much nearer in sympathy to tho halfbreeds
than with the stalwarts. This puts an end
to an immense cloud of speculation, and
greatly simplifies the probabilities. It bo
comes a question of enduranco bctwccB the
halfbrccds and stalwarts. Yesterday's bal
loting disclosed an important gain for
Mr.Dcpey as successor to Piatt ; he, receiv
ed ia'votes 'to Piatt's 28. This is likely to
bo increased to-day, but whether the swell
will bear him onward to victory, or will
subside and leave him among the breakers,
can not be determined
WHAT nE 8AY8 ABOUT CAIRO, CONKLING AND
As stated in yesterday's Bulletin the
cx-confedcrate president passed through
this city on his way to his home in Missis
sippi from Chicago, where he bad been to
visit some of Ins old school mates. At
Odm, Illinois, Mr. J. Wagley Hill, of
this city, who had also been north
on a visit, met the old statesman and war
rior on the train and was attracted towards
him by something peculiar in his nature,
which told Mr. Hill at once, though he had
never met Mr. Davis before, that the man
before him was not an ordinary individual
A conversation was entered into which
lasted almost without interruption until
tins city was reached. What was said will
doubtless prove ot some interest to the citi
zens of Cairo, and therefore The Bulletin
reproduces it as obtained in conversation
with Mr. Hill, as follows :
"I met Mr. Davis on the train at Odin,
111., and took supper with him at Centralia,
I can only say that I never met a more
courteous and affable gentleman in my life.
One could tell at a glance that he was a
man ot great ability. Ho is seventy three
years old and in excellent health. He is
six feet tall, straight as an arrow and walks
with measured step.. I should judge his
weight to be about one hundred and fifty
pounds. Hm hair and beard is silvery
white and Ins eyes are blue and his face
beems with kindness and intelligence al
though at times it looks a little sad. I
was delighted with his conversation. Ho
gave mo a beautiful description of his
home at Beauvior, Mississippi. In speak
ing oi his family, ho said that his sons
were all dead, that he had two daughters
living, ono married and living in Memphis,
Tenn.; one single, at school in Germany,
where he is expecting to go during the sum
mer. Ho was very kindly received by tho
Mexican veterans at Centralia, Ills., in fact
they rushed into the dining room and took
him bodily out so that they could all get
to take the old soldier by tho hand once
He spoke very highly of Gen. Hancock,
and said that the democrats could
out vote tho republicans but the
republicans could beat the democrats
counting, lie said he was not without a
hope that tho democrats would yet turn
down the republicans. He said that tho
Mississippi valley is a great agricultural
valley, and that tho interests of the pcoplo
of tho great valley are but ono, and that
after a whilo they will understand this
more fully. They will bring about tho
long desired result a democratic adminis
tration. He was very guarded in speak
ing of public men, but thought that tho
struggle between Conkling and Garflold
mignt result in something good for the
democracy. In spoaklng of Cairo ho could
see no reason why it should not become a
great commercial city, and suggested a
pian 10 Keep ine sipe water out of the c tv.
when the rivers were too high to open tho
sewers, y an oversnot wneel placed at the
ot tho sewer near tho Ohio levee
wing tlio water into a troucho loadinir
ine me cood-bvo. ho pava mn
ma carcnana requested me to make some
Inquiry, 'Warding one of his old servants
that was living in Cairo. Ho speaks very
feelingly of tirii old woman, and expressed
a regret that heNcfluld not keep her and
take care of her iJKher old ago. Her name
was Betsy Youngdfc and I havo learned
that she diod in this ity not long ago in
extreme poverty. TlilsNwill bo sad news
.! : . ," r . . p
lor tne goon old man, fdr such I regard
lit... in I.m II Q
U11U IU uu.
. a. TVYLOR, Of the "RaiHE Tavlor
ManufactuilHU Cu." PMHwfldld. Mass.. ia
pleased to say; My aunt, Mrs. Pillsbury,
of Mount Clair, N. J., while visiting at our
huubo moa di. tiacoos uu for rheumatism
neuralgia and found Immediate relief
eWrv time. She nrnnnunonil (t t,a !..,
. a "'-au- .v .v uw,
had ever tried tor tho trouble
Mr. U. W. Parker and Misses Crawford
and Salter, toachers ot the colored schools,
have gone to St. Louis to spend vacation
and .Mr. G. W. Tanner also one of the
teachers and Mrs. Wims, wile of Officer
Warren Wims, went to Vicksburg yester
day on a visit.
Misses Hackstaff, Hayes and Risley,
teachers in tho Cairo public schools, have
gone to spend a few weeks in recreation
The first named went to St. Louis, the sec
ond to Carbondale and the third homo.
Mr. E. P.Jackson, Mr. Loonas, agent of
tho Iron Mountain express company, and
Mr. II. II. Milburn, agent of the Iron
Mountain railroad company, go to St,
Louis at eleven o'clock this morning.
Hon. II. II. Black returned yesterday
morning irom his trip through Ohio and
Indiana. He reports the wcatoor to be
quite cold there. .
Mr. Bud Sraedley went to Eurek
Springs yesterday morning. Mr. Ous Botto,
of tho Planters homo, will follow nextMon
Mr. C. W. Wheeler, who has suffered
severely from inflammatory rheumatism for
some weeks, is rapidly improving.
Mr. Will P. Smyth is our authority for
saying that Mr. Guy Jackson "made a date
for next Sunday."
Mr. II. C. Loflin and daughter, Nellie,
will go to Eureka Springs to-morrow for a
few weeks' Btay.
Mrs. A. B. Copeland leaves for Chenoa
Ills., to-day to be absent several months,
Mr. W. H. Jackson returned from his
trip to Paducah yesterday.
Esquire Ouborn was too ill to attend to
his official duties yesterday.
rt,Mr. N. W. Hacker has returned from his
business visit to Chicago,
Mr. Albert Smyth went to his farm at
Villa Ridge yesterday.
Mr. John A. Reeve is at home again
Taylor and Davis to Illinoil" Central
railroad company; deed, for the rnrht of
way of said railroad company through the
lands of the trustees of the Cairo City Prop
erty company, tho one hundred feet strm
known a Tllinnia ("Vnfrftl rnilrnnH afrin flm
passenger and freight depot grounds of
said railroad company and the cross belt
strip five hundred feet wide.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
T. B. Tate has been appointed postmaster
Vandalia has twelve graduates in her
high school this year.
The Planet mill, at Litchfield, will cov
er a full acre of ground.
Mrs. J. W. Marson, ot Waverly, died
Monday, after a brief illness.
Galusha's hardware store at Leroy was
burglarized Sunday night. Loss $100,
John Tucker, Sr., who came to Illinois
in 1834, died in El Passo, Monday, in his
Five young men and two young ladies
were graduated Irom Shurtlcff college,
Alton, last week.
Hon. A. M.Jones transferred tho collec
tor's office at Storling to his successor, Maj.
A. Woodcock, Monday.
Dr. H. N. Caner of Frecport, is charged
with having committed an abortion upon a
young lady named Emma Zipsey.
Tho Eastern Illinois Register, of Paxton,
lias been closed out at mortgage sale. The
outfit was bid in by the mortgages for
Joseph Ray had his index finger torn out
by the root by an auger that was being
operated by machinery in a chair factory
The wheat crop of Moultrie county is
almost a total failure. Reports say that it
is about as bad as in Macon, Montgomery
and Shelby counties.
Tho surviving members of company "E,"
20th Illinois Veterans volunteer infantry,
will hold hold a reunion June 30, at Wel
don Springs, near Clinton.
Mayor Wobster, of Quincy, whoso
troubles never cease, has filed a petition for
a writ of mandamus to compel the council
to fix tho mayor's salary for tho prcscnuf
Tho old bridge of tho B. & 8. R. R. or
the Illinois rivor at Peoria fell boneatMho
weight of six cars of glucose It had boon
condomnod, and was only usod toroach a
Whito Hall had an elopempru lant week.
A Miss Israel wouldn't submit to her pa
rent's wishes, and to accomplish her desire
to marry a Chicago drummer namod Arch
ibald, ran away with him.
Dr. Shormapi. Champaign dontlst, was
shot in hisyOulce twico Monday by Mrs.
Nlchottfwifo ot James Nichols, a railroad
ductor. The causo is not known.
Neither of the shots wore dangerous.
Capt. Jonah and Edward Lyons, driver
of the canal boat Hiawatha, have been ar
rested at Joliot on suspicion of having mur
dered John McCarthy, an employe of the
boat, who mysteriously disappeared at
Claybank, about thirteen miles south of
Joliet, on the line ot tho canal, last week.
! F. SOHOEMB S
190 Commercial Ave. between Eleventh and Twelfth Streets,
j " Is very busy making
! WIEE SCREENS
Now is the time to irive him voiir rmlflrs tn o-At. wapV waii "
- - - - 0 . w,r fl"" "
and promptly done.
; ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE REPAIRING DONE
neatly and satisfactorily.
GIVE HIM A CALL.
Q.IIEA.T REDUCTION 7
A. BLACK'S Shoe Store, ,
ON COMMERCIAL AVENUE, BETWEEN EIGHTH AND NINTH STREETS
largest Shoe House in Southern Illinois.
Ladies' Buttoned Shoes, Goat or Kid, per pair 82
Ladies' Philadelphia Make, worked buttonholes, per pair 2
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Serge Shoes, per pair
Ladies' Kid or Goat Newport Ties, Kid Lined, per pair l
Children's Sole Leather Tips, Buttoned, per pair 1
Ladies' Cloth Top Buttoned Shoes, per pair i
Children's Slippers, any style, per pair (jj
Ladies' Kid Opera Slippers, per pair i
Fino Goods in Proportion.
The canal is being dragged for the body of
the murdered man.
Dubuque is in total darkness these
nights. The city pays the gas company
for lighting the streets according to the al
manac, and as the calendar says there is a
moon these nights, the lamps are not
Little Johnny Dillon, six years of age, of
Springfield, had his left arm cut off near to
the shoulder by an Illinois Central engine
Jay before yesterday. He picked up the
Severed member and walked home without
matting any mss about it
A large wild animal of the cat species,
pronounced to be a Canadian lynx, was
killedSunday by A. J. Knapp on his farm,
about Four miles east of Farmer City, in
Piatt county. It measures about three feet
in lengthand is two feet high.
H. Horrtcy, of Lexington township, Mc
Lean county, has a five-lccged calf, foaled
this spring. The right front leg was double,
both hoofs being perfect. Tho extra one
grew out of tho left pastern joint on the
inside. In a ft w days the outer ono began
to grow, while Uie inside one did not.
Mr. O'Sullivan, of England, not the
member of the narliament as was supposed,
lectured to the llnd leaguers of Springfield
day before yestirday. The pcoplo were
disappointed botk in tho man and in his
ccturo. They hid been lead to supposo
that it was O'Sullivan, tho eminent English
barrister and M.
II. E. Carpenter. Eso. Henderson. N.
Y., cured of Psoriasis or Leprosv. of twentv
years standing, by the Cuticura Resolvent
internally, and Cuticura and Cuticura Soap
esiernauy. ms most wonderful case on
Breaking Ground for New Railroad.
MunriiYSBoio, III., Juno 8. The Inew
coke ovens of he St. Louis Coal and Coke
company, near iiurphysboro, 111., was the
sceno of a lively demonstration yesterday,
being tho occasion of tho "breaking soil"
oropening of the St. Louis Central Railroad,
which is to bo built from this nlaeo to
inckncyvlllo, and from there use the
track of tho Carro Short Lino to St. Louia.
ho part consisted of Messrs. A. C. Bryden,
Edwin Harrison, Fitch. Brown, of St. Louis;
J. S. Bridges, J. M.Rickart.of Carbondale:
Squirt Carter, of Cartervillo, 111., togother
with tho employes of the road. They were
brought over on a special train from Car
bondale, and notwithstanding the hot
weather, each gentleman heroically cast his
shovel of earth and tho road was formally
declared begun. The parties left for their
respective homes on evening trains.
Hurrah for Our Side I
Many pcoplo havo lost their interest in
politics and in amusements because they
are so out of sorts and run down that they
cannot enjoy anything. If such persons
would only be wise enough to try that
celebrated romedy Kidney-Wort and ex
perience its tonic and renovating effects
they would soon bo hurrahinir with the
loudest In eithor dry or liquid form it Is a
perfect romody for torpid liver, kidneys or
From tho Hub.
Tlioro is perhaps not tonic offered to the
people that possesses as much real Intrin
sic valuo as the Hop Bittors. Just at this
season ot tho yoar, when tho stomach needs
an appetizer, or tho blood noods purifying,
tho cheapest and best romedy Is HP Bit
tors. An ounco of prevention Is worth a
pound of cure, don't wait until you are
prostratod by a dlsoaso that may take
months for you to recover In. Boston
ACOOKrNO STOVE for aale. wtth two Iron pota
two baka pana and twa enddlea: will bo eold
for Urn dollar. Applj A Bulletin offlta.
ALL PERSONS who own or control dow npon
which the taxea hava not beao paid are rrqacnt
ed to call at police headquartcre at once. After to
day I will arruit and prottx-ute all who tall tn do o.
L.U. MKYKltfl, City Marahal.
JpOHSALE. At a bargain, s (rood bagtr aud
(addle bone; alao a good top baggy with har
nc and outflt complete, for further partlcalara
inqolro at my weldenc on C'roaa etreet, third door
eaat of fatten acbool building
I WALTE B WA HDEIt.
OPENED JUNE FIRST.
It li aitnated In Pope County. Illlnoli. In a apnr
of the Oxark Monnlalna, half way between Vienna
and Oolconda. Iu
Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
TC .J ABCNOANCB. The table la apread
X with all tha delicaciea of the aeunn. t,
wauraart i mineral, appetizing and health irlrine,
and their beneficial eflecta are felt Immediate!?.
ta are felt Immediately.
K, BKOWN. Proprietor.
MILL AND COMHI.SSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
NEW REVISION aok&ei
Aa made by the moat eminent acholare of Enoland
and America. Half the Price of Correipondlng
I.arnA tvne. linen aniier.ciilin.
aered paper, oJKnt binding. A a aeparata "Cora
prehenalve Oiatoryof the Illble and Ita Trim elation-,"
including a full account of the Mow ltvvta
ion, given to anhicrlhera.
Beat chance for agenta ererofforoi. Bend stamp
for particular at once.
The Henry BUI Publishing Company., Norwich,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN" THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
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