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THE DAILY BULLETIN
Otllt-e: Bulletin Bulldta, WwUlngttm Atbdm
B.vrKUKU AT TU POST OrflOl IN CAIRO, It
MNOI8, AB SKOOND-CLABi MATTBB..
UrioUb lAPBROF CITY ANU OOPNTY
SrKCIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In IhiH column, eight cunt or line for
Aral hii.I ttvo ceiu. per line etch an l.ae quant inaer
lion, For ono month, 50 ccnte pur lino.
Anchor Fire Company's Ball.
Tlio bull which was to have been given
by the Anchor Fire Company at ita hall on
lust Tuesday, ami which was postponed be
cause of the funeral of President Garfield,
will be given by the company at its hall on
Commercial avenue, between Twenty
Bcveuth and Twenty-eighth streets on next
Tuesday inght, October 4th.
Dy order of the committee.
TllltEIS UUNDHED MEN
To work on a railroad, wages $1.50 per
day, board 3.50 per week. For further
information see C. Mauley, Court House
Hotel, Cairo, 111.
All persons having claims or accounts
against Etnest . Petti t, are requested to
present the same for adjustment on Octo
ber ist. Busiest B. Pewit.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
1 urn 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 suit.
Orders for car-load lota will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lako Ice, from
the Kankakee Ico Co., Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 02. . ... F.M.Ward.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the ago for all Nerve Diseases,
All flts stopped free. Send to 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
at Do Unun's 50 Ohio Levee.
Tub very' best family medicine is
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, which
cleanse the bowels, purify the blood, and
establish healthy action in the liver. (6)
Inflamed eyes and eyelids promptly
cured by Roman Eye Balsam. E. Ferret,
Agt., 37a Pearl St., N. Y. City. (2)
. The U. S. Government uses Howe Scales.
Send for catalogue to Borden, Selleck &
C General Agents, Chicago, 111. (2)
Use The Caiuo Bulletin scratch books,
lor sale at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or 1.00 per dozen.
in cans at De Bavin's.
For Sale at (ireeufleld's Landing,
1 oilVr for sale my store house, residence,
and three ncrcs of laud. The- store is ldx
70, and dwelling comprises 5 rooms and
kitchen. Tim locution is fiist-class for busi
ness. A county road passes on eacl Jc
the place. For narticiil--I'l'V
John Tankbu. Greenfield s Landing, Mo.
. AiTug-er's Oysters.
prt.Hl, Arrival of Select Oysters at Avin
gertH'harp's Restaurant and European Ho
tel, Ohio Levee, next to City National Bank,
every day, and served up to order in the
best style, cooked or raw, at any hour of day
or night. Also for sale at lowest market
prices, by can or quart, for family use.
in cans at l)e Ilaun's.
A Fine Farm
TO LEASE KOll A TE11M OK YKAU8.
1 will Icuho my farm at Pulaski 10 miles
from Cairo, to a good tenant for a term of
years. The farm is rich bottom and tim
bered upland, good for fruit and early
gardening; two living springs of water that
liave shown no signs of failing this present
dry season ; new two-story dwelling of 7
rooms within five minutes walk of railroad
depot, postoffico and telegraph office;
mineral water as good as the best can be
obtained by driving. " At a little expenso
n fash pond led by living water can be
made and stocked witn native fish. The
w heat crop this season y . elded 15 bushels
to the acre and corn will yield 30 buBhels to
the acre. As a dairy farm, the place is un
eoualed. New farm implements, cows,
horses, etc. will be sold with the lease- it
desired. Parties arc invited to visit tlio
place or address me by letter.
E. M. Lowe, Pulaski, Ills.
Enquiries may be made at The Bulletin
oIlce or of J. Jf . Metcalf, Cairo, Ills.
at Do Buun's 5(1 Ohio Levco.
Office of the Caiuo Street Ry. Co. (
Caiuo. III.. Sent. 23d. 1881. f
The first annual meeting ot tlio stock
l oldeis of tin- Cairo Street Railway Co.
will bo held on Monday, tlio third day of
yjvvuKT proximo, at tiirco o'clock p. m.,
nt tliu depot olRco of said company. All
stockholders are respectfully requested to
attend, us a new IjohpI of directors are to
be elected and such other burliness trans
acted as may coma before the meeting.
Thomas Lewis, Scc'y.
OyHters by the Can
at De Utum's Gtt Ohio Levee.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
-Big bill at tho Comique next week
-llattio s: an elegant small Havana
cigur, at ScliuU's..
The biggest bill yet offered Is on tho
boards of tho Comiquo for next week.
And Senator Jones goes to Utica to see
oc-Sentitor Colliding. What will you have
Mrs. Chan. Sullivan, sister of Deputy
Sheriff Guy Morso, has returned froni Cin
Hazel, the murderer of the littlo girl
at Dongola.crossed the river, it is supposed,
abovo hero Into Kentucky this week. Tho
governor has oflered a reward of $250 for
Wanted A messenger boy, in the The
Bulletin office. Must write a fair hand
on,) nrtivn. rarcful and not neglectful of
A fund lor tho mother of Garfield has
started, $750 has already been sent in. The
Mrs. Garfield fund is crowding close on
Tickets for King's excursion to St.
Louis are on sale at Coleman's book store
good for return on any train during St.
Louis fair. 11
The public schools open next Monday.
Sam Walters will send bis running
stock, the fast colt, to St. Louis to be train
ed by an expert trainer.
Could there be better evidenco than
this that tho feeling between tho only Eng
lish speaking nations of tho world is be
coming what it should be?
The officers of the Cairo & Vincenncs
railroad company had not, up to last night,
received official notice that the road would
bo placed under tho now management to
Ha! Hal Ha! Ha! I am a sinner,
and so are yoou, if you don't go straight to
tho City Shoe Store, after school shoes for
your boys and girls. HO Commercial av
enue. Gunning in a swamp near Moberly,
Mo., last Sunday, Abo Landers nvoided
moral literature renown and a panther by
getting the drop on the latter and two cubs,
whose scalps now adorn his dwelling.
, Col. Rearden and Mf. Kent returned
yesterday atternoon from Centralis, where
they had been attending the meeting of
tho Southern Illinois Gun Association,
Dr. Herbert Parker was expected home last
A St. Louis murderer was actually
convicted Wednesday. He was a negro, it
is true, and without much money or many
friends, but that he should have been
found guilty was something? They may
even go so far as to hang him yet.
Great attraction at the Comique. The
best bill of the season. Don't fail to go.
' In the assassination of President Gar
field the stalwart republicans are one ahead
and it appears from tho sworn statement of
Bayley, a stalwart republican official at
Washington, that the "half-breed" republi
cans are plotting to get even by assassinat
ing President Arthur.
We would respectfully call tho atten
tion of all gentlemen to our immense stock
of winter boots and shoes, which :"m
prises all tho latest Enf-'""h French and
American eh'11 Wo have six dilcrcnt
-i,jtiis and can fit any foot,unlcss deformed.
The City Shoe Store, 140 Commercial
Ryan, trifd ut Independence, Mo., for
participation in the Glendalo train robbery,
as our last night's dispatches (showed, goes
to the penitentiary for 25 years. Here is
justice and good sense. Peoplo of the rob-
ber-curBed section of tho state are awaking
at last, and to be a cutthroat is no longer to
bo a hero. There was talk of a rescue, in
event of Ryan's conviction, but it did not
come, to any particular extent.
We have numberless requests from our
iriends to "blow" up some one or something
ho or sho docs not like. The newspaper is
not tho place in which to wage private
warfare, or settlo privuto difficulties. It is
our province to "carry tho news," criticise
public officers; lead to a correction of pub
lic wrongs as tar as we can, and then we
have fights enoujih of our own on our
hands, tho Lord knows, without taking up
quarrels for other people.
A toy named John Dtigan made a
narrow escape yesterday. Ho was drivin
Jacob Walters1 delivery wagon when . the
horso became frightened and ran" away
In crossing tho Btreet railroad track the
boy was thrown out in front of tho wheels
but luckily tho wagon bounced clear ove
him and ho escaped with nothing more sn
nous than a badly injured hand. Tho
wagon was badly smashed before tho rnna
way was stopped, but no other damage was
Tho report of a committee appoint
od at a mass meeting of tho citizens of I'd
ducah to cousider tho proposition to cstab
li eli water works in the city, has been, by
order of the said meeting, referred to tho
city couucil ol Pttducli,iiiid received, alter
some discussion. The report suggests a
stand pipo ono hundred and fifty feet hlgj;
and twenty feet in diameter; two engines
powerful enough to furnish ono million five
hundred thousand gallons of water every
twenty-four hours; about ten miles lineal
water pipes; seventy-six double nozzle lire
lydrauts, having a pressure sufficient to
threw a vertical stream of water about ono
hundred feet. The committee had received
otters and plans from mayors of
cities whero water works aro in operation,
from superintendents and builders of such
works, and were Induced to believe that
works, such as suggested, can bo built for
ouo hundred thousand dollars, exclusive of
tho ground fr t!,0 gtand plpo mid could bo
maintained at tho rati of about thruo
thousand dollars pur annum. It Is also
urged that tho city build and have txclus
ivo control of tho works in that there may
be uo extortion in prices at any future timo.
Tennessee river water is rocominondtid.
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1881.
- The fellows answering wel, to tho de
Hcription of those engaged in tho Arkansas
train robbery wero arrested at l)u Quoin,
Wednesday, as their appearance was vory
suspicious, but they proved not to bo tho
parties wanted. They caiuo . up on tho
train to Cairo from Arkansas.
Mr. Geo. W. Chollott will soil his
Household Goods and Furniture at auction
on Tuesday, October 4th, 1881. Sale to
take place at 0:30 o'clock a. m., at his
residence, corner Washington avenuo and
Fourth street. A fine lot of almost new
furniture will bo sold without reserve.
John A. Reeve, Auctioneer.
Tho maximum temperature lor six
teen hours preceding three o'clock p. m.
yesterday, (Washington timo) wero as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tenn., 81; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 85; Davenport, Iowa, 80; Dubuquo,
Iowa, OS ; Keokuk, Iowa, 81; LaCrosso,
Wis., ; Leavenworth, Kas., 70; Louis
ville, Ky., 80; Memphis, Tenn., ; Nash
ville, Tenn., ; Omaha, Neb., 04; Pitts
burg, Pa., 02; Shreveporr, La., ; St.
Louis, Mo., 80; St. Paul, Minn., 03;Vicks
burg, Miss., ; North Platto, Neb., 05;
Yankton, Dak., ; Bismarck, Dak., 52;
Dodge City, Kan., .
In spire of tho threatening aspect of
tho weather quite a largo crowd gathered
at tlio Temperance hall last evening. After
the appointing ot tho regular committees by
the president of tho Reform club, tho
Young People's Meeting, Miss Jennio
Wright, president; Miss Edith Martin,
secretary; was opened by a song; and after
the usual business had been transacted,
those present wero favored with a select
reading by Miss Mattio Petrio, followod by
Miss Eva Shepard, with a select reading;
and after a song by tho audience, Miss
Annio Jones read a choico selection, fol
lowed by a short address by the Rev. B. Y.
George. The association adjourned, with
song No. 03.
A gentleman rcmaked in the hearing
of a reporter of TuE Bulletin that the
Cairo local papers had, in a remarkablo
degree, developed a faculty of getting all
items of any consequence wrong as to par
ticulars in every instance, and that remark
sot the aforesaid reporter to thinking, and
thereby led him to a knowledge of why
this was, sometimes, tho fact. Cairo news
papers are like those in other country towns,
whero tho editor is usually reporter, mana
ger, solicitor and numberless other things
combined. They have not a dozen or two
ot reporters' to draw from when facts about
any matter is wanted. If tho uditor hunts
up the man he wants who can set him right,
the chances are he will fail to get him.
To him time is of the greatest importance,
one or two "water hauls" in an excursion
alter the real facts discourages, him. He
gets tin best information ho can from peo
ple who know a littlo more about it than
lie does himself, and trusts to luck and
providence for tho balance. As impliod in j
the remark by the aforesaid gentleman.
luck and providence is too frequently
failure. Wo acknowledge it.
School Shoes! School Shoes!!
I.AHllICHT PTOClv! LOWK6T I'MCKs!
Cull ou us and examiuo our stock- We
will gunrantuo you prices under any house
in the city, anil we an) prepared to prove
our assertion. Wo will Boll you a pair o:
shocu for your boy for $1.00. Every pair
warranted. e will Boll you u genuine
pebble oat button sIiocb, solar tip the
best shoes in the country for $1.25. Also
nlmcH for younf ladies and gents, in pro
portion, are to be had at the
City Siiok Stoke,
M0 Commercial avenue.
I.IMT OK LETTERS REMAINING UNCALLED
KOH IN Till: I'OHTOKKICE AT CAIUO, ILL
h.VITKDAY, OCT. 1, 1881.
Anderson, Mary II. Aden, Cora
Hums, Caroline. Col. Hums, Mary
Champion, Martha Camoel, Elen
Hickey, Annio T.
Tund, Mary 8.
Van Hrocklin C. 2
Williams, (Susan .Mrs.
Alexander, Jus Andersou. It EUej
HuhIi, H M
Cochrane, John L
Cole, M itt (3)
Dun wood, lla.'ry
Hrown, M C
Brown, O A
Cowling, O II I
Frank, Denims! A
Grayson, O W
Jennings, V N
Milhurn, J II
Honors, Geo (2)
Gilmore, J Y
Lenard, l II
Sledge, Steven (2)
nhoup, J 0
Talhott. Chas W
Taber, C A
I'nderhill, Enoch H Winchester. Bennv
WilHas.A Worth. John H
Washburn. J F Williams. John
WeMlfall, Thos H WrMit. Wesley
Whltcllelld, Alfred Yancy, K O.
l'ersoiis calling for the abovo montlonou
will please say advertised.
(Uo. W. McKkaui, Post Master.
A Straight Outer.
With this I would publish that I have
used t.Jacol)8 Oil, writes Mr. August Price,
Bergen, N. J., and found that it relieved
rheumatism after a few applications.
Slate of Illinois. ) Circuit Court of Alexan
Alexander Comity, f der County-ln Chancery.
Ilmmaa W HallWay, Treasurer of the Enterprise
Having Uan'i of Cairo,
Mary llod(;ea, wl low, Elizabeth Groonwcll, Georizo
V. Cireenwell anil John Undue. Jr., adulta, Alex
ander Hodtfce, jr., Murv llodfee unit Jane Ilodijea
IJll.LTU KollKCLOHS MollTOAUB.
Vuhllc notiru In ln-n hy slvcn. that In pnraitance
of a decree made anil entered liy ml J court in
tlm aliove cntitlud caune, on tlio HlU day of May a.
d. 1H81, 1, Alexander II. Irvln, MaHter lu Chancery
of tho mild circuit court of Alexander county, will,
on the Utah day of Octobur, 1SS1, at the hour of 11
o'clock iu tlio forenoon, at the south-weatorly door
of the court hoime, lu the city of Cairo, county of
Alexander and atate of Illinois, anil at public auc
tion, to the highest and beat bidder, for cash, all
and alngular the following described premtaea and
real fiHtate In mild decree mentioned, altuuto iu the
county of Alexander and atato of llliuola, or
much thereof an ehall bo euttlclent to aatlsfy said
decree, to-wit: .
Tho south went quarter of the north cast quarter
of section one (1) iu townahip sixteen (IK) south of
ranee two ) west of the third principal meridian.
Dated, October 1st, 1M.
Master In Chancery.
Green & Gilbert, Conip's. Bol',dlw;)t.
A COOKING SToVE for sale, with twolron pots
two bako paus and tw griddles; will b sold
for ten dollars, Apply at Bulletin office .
.-Opened July 1, ISM.-
P110NT8 0N l.KVKE, PECONO ANU KA1LHOAO BTUEETS
I'ifK new and complete Hotel, with elevator
balhs and ull modern improvements.
Terms 82.50 to $.,50 per day, according to loca
tiou of rouin.
L. P. FAKKKH &c CO., Lssee8
FURRY 110 AT
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE $2M1 STATES.
On and after Monday, Jane Tth, and until farther
notice the ferryboat will make tripe as follows;
LBAVIft LiArzs LIATSS
Foal Fourth it. Mlnaoiirl Land g. Kentorky Ld g.
8:00 t. m.
in :00 a. in.
8.90 a. tu.
10:30 a. m.
2:30 p. m.
11 a m
ii a. m.
8 p. m.
S p. m
Q.EOKGE II. LEACH, M. D.
J hvsician and Surgeon,
Hpeclal attention tiftld to the ITnmaonathlc treat
nient of aiirnicu dljeuucs, anddiaeuae of women
Ul.il ...111, , Jl.
omce:NolU Elehth atreet. near Commercial
avenue, Cairo, 111.
II. MAHEAN, M. I).
Homeopathic Pliysiciun and Surgeon.
Office on Comtnorrlal avenue near tho corner or
u,,iiiii diili.1, inui lain I jiiiniii;! o uunuujr riuru.
Keaidence corner Fourteenth xlrcot and Waali-
The Celebrated Electro-Vanor and MHdleated.
Ilatha whlnh nru an unfailln(j euro for IlheumatiHra
Ncuriilulft. Kever-Aj-ue and many other ailinunti!,.
auminiHiereu aanv tiurinu; oitice houra.
Office hours, from 8 to 12 a. x from 1 to 8 atidV
iromTtos r. at.
rpiIE CITY NATNOAL BANK
Cairo, Illinois. .
W.P. IIAI.LIDAY, Proaldent.
II. L. HAI.MDAY, Vlco Prealdent.
THOa, W. UALL1DAY, Caablnr.
W. r, HALMDAT,
H, U. CONNINOHAM,
BINHT L. UAlXIDAT)
. li. (nt.I.IAM.ON,
Exchange, Coin ami Uulted States Bonds
nonUHT AND SOLD,
Dopoaltaroculvcd and a gonoral banking baalnoR
Ravlnira llanka. tnaiiranrn Onniiinntiia. Trnalnea
And Invuatora ueiierally are luvlteil to corroapond
with na rearilliiK buiida they may dealro to buy,
ell or exchange.
MimlelpHl llnnila, Wnter Worka Conumiiy
I'OHlia, and (luNlralllo Kail Mud Neenrltlea id"
WHjaon Imim. J. K. I.KWIS A CO,, IlankrrN,
r.M.t-.MK'. - VI ' M
In this city in the line of clothing is the PALACE CLOTH
Is complete, Their beautiful styles of splendidly made and
tine fitting garments attract the attention of most
everybody, and their
VEIIY REASONABLE PRICES
Give full satisfaction to their many old and new customers.
It pays you well to give them a call before purchasing.
Palace Clothing House,
108 Commercial A.ve,
AMONa THE LADIES
The brilliant, fascinating
tints of Complexion for which
ladies strive are chiefly arti
ficial, and all who will take the
trouble may secure them.
Theso roseate, bewitching liuea
follow tlio use of Hagan'tJ Mag
nolia IJahu a delicate, hann
less and always reliable article.
Sold by all druzgisls.
The Magnolia Halm conceals
every blemish, removes Sal
lowness, Tan, Redness, Erup
tions. all evidences of pxcitft.
ment and every imperfection.
its nuTix uru iinmeuiaic ana
so natural that uo human being
can detect its application.
alna. ntirns. cnliU. lirni.o. ...
Mr. KheiimatUni, lioiU. lrr. old
nure, i otiuiHo.ic, llciiilarlir, oore
'I'iiront, A ( Inn. i, llonn.ciic-1.
L r" Ar-
D. FUTON, I), v., l'rooklvn, N. y.-
"totuh? itr,lf to In- a ihvmiit hi our Who "
N A. WKSTKKVM.T, . I.. '.NVhvillf. T, tin
lave Uel lar;o (juaiititii i. f I'tiMi's OTIIAtT
Ir,. K. II. .M.-l (nr). Matrr.n. Tl min of Ititijo
jllilroii. " Wo tlii'l It lu'iMt i (Hi -ai'mna ue-
I'antlon.-roNTfH rmnrT ii ony m
itlle with tli name Mown in th (ilaiis.
Hi," it la uulo M lino iluir arti, Ii h with our
rxctlona. IiiHi-t r,n Imvmu POND'S tXTUAcT.
ifuo all liuttatKiiiit and nnhKlitntva,
priAL I'rtr-i'AitAiiuNs or rovrvi ex.
TliACT COMHINU) WITH 'JTTR ITIlEST"
AND MUST I'KLICATE I KIllXJlE-i
nm i.aiuw j;(i. im n it.
INI)"S FX Til it T r.O,-..l.(M)and tl.JS
llot ( ream. ..
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InlialiT (iila.nCo'.l l.Ott
Nal Kyrimrr 2."t
Mi illinl.d i'tprr. ,. 2j
)rdom Binouutiiii; to f j worth. Rent cxpremi freo
t"Or Nkw I'ami'Hi.kt with Un'ronr okoi'ii
u-1itA"". fitst uu i; .,N iituaiwn to
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. 14th Bt Now Terk.
i.7i.wiiii ui iiiuncv or i. i. onirr.
Nt;W ADVLIiTISE.M ENTS
TESTIMONIALS TO MU. FELLOWS.
We tho underali-ncd clorgytnen of tho Matho
dlat church In Nova Ncotla hiivlnir naed the
tireparatlon known aa t ellowa-Compound Hyrun of
Hypophoapiilli'P, prepalrcd hy Mr, Jumea I, Fol-
Iowa, cnetniat, tt. inhn, M. H.,or biivinK known
caaea wherein ita effect wero heueflclul. beliovo It
to be a relluhlu remedy for tho diavaaea for which It
JAMES Q. IIENNIOAH, JOIIN McMUKRAY,
l'roa. of ('onfereuco. Kx-I'rea. of Confereuco
WM, 8AKUKNT, HinilAUD W. WKDDALL,
.IOIIN A. MOSIIKH, AI.KX. W. NICHOLSON,
JOIH W. IIOWIK, CUAN8WICK ,)OHT.
KTKrilK.t V, 1IUKRTH. HOWLAND MOHTON,
fcrT-Tlie proprietor haa lot ton from varlotn parta
ef the Dominion, Hie United Statea and from Kns
land, verify In k tho aaaertlona herein contained,
which will be ahown at 111" olllcu on application.
They reluto to tho euro of dlHoatms of tlio liin,
heart, Blotuacli, etc.
FullowV Comittmnd Syrup n Urn tilittaliltltci.
Hpeedlly and pormnnniitly eacr'U'y.lou of the
Iiidkh, bronchi'in, cniiaiimptUii', nuivpua proatra
tlon. aliortneaa of linialli. nalnltutlon ol the heart,
tronililliiB ol the hnmlH and llmlia, phyalcal and
'nnntal (lopreaaion, loaa of appetite, loaaol enoriry,
loaa of memory, and will mpliUy Improve tho
weakornd functloua and ornaua ol Mm lmdy. which
dupoud lor health upon voluntary and Involuntary
nnrvnua action. It ac.lji with vtitor, iiontloneaa and
aiibtloty, owliiR to the oxiiualtu harmony of ltl In
greilieutl, akin to pure blood ltaelf.
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AND STJi' i-N'OF-HT known. & iM liy Ojitlcianj uA
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rv ri.irri'" no prd1!lnK and hula mivili f i:r anio.int
of Fi.i-)iitiir. md If propi-rlv iiiaimi: .1 wi pay
Iron. 'iii to f l.oe per u nr. i'umIc ii.nr fi p.
I'K'.i'i.K Ta I'O . r. O. II. in 'i:n. M. l.tmU. Mn.
Al AaiUAIlI AflilUI I AID IU liatlAkT. .
Thit wtl-lrnnwn jfnpiritllin It t i-l.lr if vmrtt
I t llyaiM-pslik IIriwlrhr, klrkn-M of
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lilliouant-M, ami Mvlurlnl I'rVrn. ll .
lltti blomi ami rPk''i:t.-a l-'t 1. w. !. U u a (nr, raa
Bii.Jino. f r cbil'trm. I'ri.tfi lj A. h'")kiul'
(S'i.sx, CbiuiaU, 2-1 Blrkt mm, h'tiw lurk.
BnixrioT to Hineral Watr, Biillit Powltr.t,
NK'V A!) KKTlEM I..NTS.
2i sTor i!:attvs;;v,'a j
Oiily'l. Addrera DAM El. K ItliATTV, Wanli-
lliKlon. N . J
Parkers (linir Tonic
Ctirea coinpliiilita of uuinen uiid -.'.r of t!iO
ftoniai h, hiiweli1, luiii'i. Ii v, r ni.il kiiliii s . and la
entirely dill'ercnl from Utter., kiut nee mid
other tctilra n It never Inioxlrat . .'.'h-i. and $1
cl.L'r , Lurire navini; Iniviim one ilollnr kIm.
Illst'tiX .V in , hinlU, N. Y.
W tTA K Tl V I.A.M Wit K $Kf4
I'BtM lrc. 7, 18SO. fKSI.,1
Uirea a Drilliaut, White and Steady
lli;lit. reilrra no tr miiiliic, niM !m H for nioiiih..
Sniiiiiu v it k in i t. , : wieka i' el. , 12 wirka itft
poclhuo punl. II ive three rtrr, .. II, and I).
Aj-i-uis wanted. Addrea., M ETA I. TIP LAMP
VMi'K ( O.,7l'ortliiinlt St.. S. V.
OLR MEOAl AWARDC0
A iithnr A iwinaml r,l fctnj.
ilinAiithnr AiwiTanilnr.Mt I
ir.nl Work.srranUt I lie lt uirf
cliiMtMi, indi.i. tihiUili. Ui T..ry
Hin.nHUil "UinKoMmwinI Ijlo
or.Nill I'maenaiiifl biinml in
Am! Krimch nnuilin, nnitKMUHHl.
JACOB KLEE, i
THE IOE KING,
ttirivnnw. to furnlahand deliver 1CK In
quantity ootn wnoiuaaie ana man, ana n
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
I reapectfully lollclt tho pttronns" of all my o'j
frlanda and aa many now onei, nt jr rni f n j
aatlifactton. avvai an.
8. ? 35 WO;
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47 L'cunr HI, Now i urn.
SOLI) DY ALL DHUOOISTS.