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104. Coml aye.,
HOLIDAY PRESENTS FOR LADIES!
, HOLIDAY PRESENTS FOR GENTLEMEN!
1 HOLIDAY PRESENTS FOR CHILDREN!
Do not decide to make your holiday purchaeee for
your frfande or relatlvee until yoa have Inspected th
magnificent attreetione at the
CITY SHOE STORE
in appropriate and ai predated gift la one com
bining UTILITY with ELEGANCE. Get no gew
pawi or tta, but aonethinc which has lntrlnnlc val
ne. In addition to ear Mammoth Sto.k of Boo and
Bhoe, we hare an elegant line of novelties In
Ladies, Gentlemen - and - - Children's - Slippers,
and an nnnanally In line of IUnd-made and Custom
work. In all of the lateet atylea.
IWThene goode are from factorioe wboae rcput--tlon
for producing flue goode la sufficient gnarantoe
that they will plmae you.
Buy a pair ot SUoea or BUppere for tUo Ilolldayi.
a BLACK. - - Citv'Shoe Store
1 ' 140 Commoroittl Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ffia: Bulletin Building, Washington Avenue
ISTKHKD AT THR FOBT OFMC IX CAIRO, IL
LTKOIA, AS BEOOND-CLABS MATTHB.
omoiAt 'PArBH or cm and county
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
HoticeflutUia column, lnhtcenla per line for
irit and Ave centa par line each anbanquent luaur
tton. For one week, to caul per Une. lor one
month, to cent per Hue.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBuun'fl, 58 Ohio levee.
I bat already received at my factory
a flue variety of furniture that is now ready
for the inspection of tho public, and for sale
at clone prices. My stock at 101 Commer
cial avenuo will also bo kept full until Jau
uary 1st, and I desire to call especial atten
tion to uiystock of fold ing and camp chairs,
doll carriages, cribs, tables and chairs.
Fresh Oysters '
at PeB-iun's, 88 Ohio levee.
Use Tub Cairo -Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, mado of calendered jute
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
ale, in three siics, at tho offlco.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun'i, 58 Ohio levee,
Extra Select Oysters
at A. T. DuBaun's, 56 Ohio levee,
New Billiard Ball.
Henry Hasoujagers new Baloon and bil
liard hall is now ready to receive vict
ors. Two handsome billiard tables have
been placed In the large and commodious
room, which is expensively fitted up in the
t Vincent building on the corner of Eighth
stroot and Commercial avenuo. The bar
In atrwlruft wltli thn finest lirmora. wlnrq.
and the choicest brands of cigars. No
a . t . a f . , J l 1
filcasantcr place in me city couia do iouna
n which to spend a pleasant hour.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T.' Delkuo'i, 60 Ohio ltivoo.
15 SHELL ASD 1IUI.K.
Fresh arrival of Mobile oysters plants
in shell and bulk at
Save Thirty-live Per Cent.
Thirty-five percent, saved by buying ant
vsing Cut and Ground Food, at corner uf
Seventeenth street and Washington avenuo
Ground OaU per bo.. . 63c
. Corn " 80c
Booms for Kent.
Apply to MllS. FlTtOIBALD,
up stairs at Tub Bulletin building.
Southern Illinois Immigration Society,
Notice 1b hereby given that licvaso kav
ing been duly granted authoritiiig the In
corporation of the "Southern Illinois Im
vhicration Society," txxiki for subscription
to tho capital stock of Bail corporation aro
, now open at the oillce of the andersigncd
In Cairo. n. J. iiowlet,
, Com. for Alexander Co,
Election Notice Dolt Fire Co.
The annual election of offlrnra of the
Dilta City Fire company, No. 6, to servo
tor me ensuing year win be nol Wednei
day evening, January i. 1883. A foil at
endanct is desired.
Cbaklm Ohtkhlou, Secretary.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN : TUESDAY MORNING; JANUARY
a Specialty !
Good brick residence of five roos, on
Twenty-third and Pine streets. Apply to
Mrs. T. Gorman, or fm. Eichhof, at the
Gas Company's Notice.
After this date consumers who uso less
than 200 feet of gas in a month will bo
charged a rental for meter ef 25 cents for
Patrens who change residenco or expect
to be absent during the month should noti
fy the company at the time that their me
ters may be read and thus save to them
selves the expense of leakage or use of gas
by others before expiration of month.
CAnRoi.L Collins, Sup't.
Cairo, Ills., Dec. 81, 1881.
Strayed or Stolen.
From the farm of L. Westphal, about
three miles north of Mound City, a dark
bay horse, six years old, about 14 hands
high, with heavy black mane and 'tail and
star on the forehead. A liberal reward
will bo paid for delivering tho same to Mr.
L. Westphal or to the undersigned at Cairo.
UENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In there column, ten cent! per line,
each insertion. Marked
For your Christmas cigars and Meer
schaum goods, go to P. II. Schuh.
-California hams 10 cents par pound.
Pettis & Meredith.
Seo notice of horse strayed or stolen in
Cod fish 5 cents per pound. Pettis
Tho Rough and Ready fire company
met at its ball for business last night.
New crop Now Orleans molasses and
sugar, rettis & Meredith.
A number of choice heating stoves for
salo cheap at the O. E. furniture store.
Mince meat, apple butter, jelly, peach
butter, all cheap. Pettis and Meredith.
A new tenor, Mr. John Wine, of Ohio,
sang in the Methodist church last Sunday.
We are selling all can nod goods retail
at wholusalo prices. Pettis & Meredith.
Receipt bookB, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suitod to any business, manufac
tured and for Balo at tho Cairo Bulletin
A number of ladies who expected to
receive callers yesterday had neglected to
send their names to the press, and some of
them wero consequently slighted.
To neither deny nor aSrm whea denial
or affirmation amounts to anything, is a
very common practice among a certain class
of persons and nowspapors (f).
A large number of boys and girls
found enjoyment Sunday and yesterday
upon tho little patch of ice in the com
mons between Washington avenue and
Walnut street, abovo Fourteenth street.
An interesting Now York fashion
lottcr is published elsewhere in this issuo.
It is written by one who is competent to
discuss such matters, and is in a position
to know of what she speaks.
Baskets were hung out at ths front
doors of a largo number of residences yes
terday fur tho reception of visiting cards.
Some unique cards were used by some of
Mr, Robert Waine, yard master for the
Iron mountain railroad at Birds Point, and
Miss Cole, wore married at tbo place named
The saloons lo the city did a good bus
iness during the holidays, yet there were
very few cases of excessive Indulgence,
which speaks well for both drinker and
The prediction is entertained that in
considering the question of reapportionment
the house will agree upon 819 or 833 mem
bers, which will give Illinois an additional
Tho Missouri river closed at Sioux City
Thursday night. Ice gorged around the
pile bridge of the Omaha road and swept
away three hundred feet of the structure.
An express messenger crossed the river on
An offort is being made by the south
ern members of congress to procuro the re
peal of the law restricting the sale of to
bacco in the planter's hands, and several
bills have been introduced with that gen
During the week of prayer union ser
vices will be held in trlh different churches
in the city as follows: Monday and Tues
day evenings at the Methodist church;
Wednesday and Thursday evenings at the
Presbyterian church, and Friday and Sat
urday evenings at the Baptist church.
The four boxes of eggs and two tubs
of butter stolon on Friday night from the
commission room of If r. W. L. Alden,
were found in tho bouse of a negro named
Lee Smith, on Twelfth street. Smith was
taken under arrest and will probably be ex
amined to day or to-morrow if re-cspturef
In police circles yesterday and tho day
before were entirely barren of anything in
teresting. But a single arrest was made
and no cases were tried anywhere in tbo
city, which is proof that Cairo can colebrate
New Tear's day in a manner strictly in
accordance with law.
Joe Roneker will be pleased to have all
his old friends and the public in general
call and see him at his new stand, corner
Commercial ave. and Eighth street. Joe
knows how to treat you with politeness and
attention. His beer is always fresh and
bis wines, liquors and cigars unsurpassed.
Mr, Joseph Redman and relatives have
moved into iueir aew house- on Eighth
street. They have sold thoir frame house
to Mr. Phelps, the photographer, who will
move it back, build an addition in front
and occupy it as a residence and gallery, in
Union services wero held in tho Meth
odiat church last night. The church Was
well crowded. The service consisted of
songs, short addresses and prayers. , Rev
Scarritt spoke first, and Mr. George Fisher
and Mr. Brown followed, each making in
tercsting little speeches. The service will
be repeated in the same church to night.
If you want a good, fresh glass of beer,
an A. 1 article of wine or liqnor, a good
Havana cigar and very politest attention,
drop in and see Joe Roneker in his new
quarters, corner Commercial nvo. and
Eighth street. Open day and night. ,
Mystery is a prolific cause of fear; to
withhold a disagreeable 'truth when it is
suspected is much more liable to mike
"nervous people miserable with fear" than
to tell all there is to be told. And when a
wilfull failure to give warning of existing
danger may result in death, such failure as
Bumes tho form of crime, especially in a
public officer or newspaper.
The evening paper asserts that The
Bulletin "lied like fury" about the exist
ence of small-pox In the city. The Bul
letin denied, and does still deny, that
thero is or has been, this year or last year,
a singlo case of small pox among the citi
zens of Cairo. Tite Bulletin did not lie
it cannot lie in this respect it differs
widest from the evening paper.
Yesterday was a real, old-fajhiouod
day for making New Year's . calls. It was
beautiful over head, tho air was brisk, and
the streets and sidewalks were muddy and
sloppy from tbo melting snow. Business
was entirely at a stand still, and those
houses which were not closed might as
well have been, in the afternoon anyho
Callers weroquito numerous, in spito of the
fact that but few ladies had signified their
willingness to keep open house.
About thirty-five ladies and gentlemen,
mostly young, organized themselves into a
a party last night and visited the homo of
Mr. John Antrim and Mr. John Ilsynes and
gave the latter and his young wife a very
agreeable surprise, They were rocoived
with open arms and given possession of
tho mansion for the time being. There
was talking, feasting, music and dancing
for three or four hours, to the infinite en
joymont of all present. A moro enjoyablo
little affair was probably never given.
Circuit court convenod yesterday morn
ing at nine o'clock, Judgo Baker presiding.
The case of Bardell against tho city was
taken up and tho complainants testimony
taken. From this it appears that soma
time ago lie foil bocause of somo defect in
the sidewalk and broke an arm. He places
his damages at one thousand dollars. Tho
defouse will probably introduce its test!
mony to-day, Tho case was tried once bo-
fore, but tho jury failed to agree. The
county is thorcforo put to the cxponse of
Last night the Mystic Krew gave an
other of its enjoyable little balls. The
Krow's hall is ono of the handsomest la the
city, and is roomy enough to accommodate
about forty couples at once. Last night it
was arranged especially for the occasion
and brilliantly illuminated. A good string
band furnished the musio which kept those
present in graceful motion during more
than half tho night. Other balls may be
more imposing but none can be more enjoyed
by tho participants than was this one
Within a few weeks the Iron Moun
tain railroad company will run another pas
senger train direct from St. Louis to Cairo,
connecting here with the Mobile & Ohio
railroad for the south. At present the road
runs but one passsnger train between St.
Louis and Cairo and makes connection with
the south at Columbus. This change will
be a great benefit to Cairo in somuch that it
willbring an additional passenger trainVrew
here and increase the business incident to
passenger traffic. It will be another little
feather in Cairo's railroad cap, so to speak.
At the Baptist Sunday School festival
Saturday night the pastor, Rev. A. J. Hess,
opened the meeting with prayer. After
this the choir sang "Wake tho song of Jub
ilee. Miss Nellie Loflin made the opening
address which elioited much favorable com
ment. Following this was a beautiful ex
ercise relative to the 'Cross, Star and Crown'
in which the entire school participated,
when the exercises wore conclided tho
scholars came forward and received pres
ents from tho superintendent of the school.
The church was beautifully decorated with
greens and mottoes, and the exercises were
highly interesting throughout.
''Slandered our chysicians" is what the
little Commercial avenue bat says The Bul
letin did. "Slandered our physicians" in
deed. Why, The Bulletin did no such a
mean thing. When The Bulletin saw
that a whole family of persons who had
not been vaccinated the children not at
all and the parents not for many ysars
but who had been oirectly exposed to the
case said by physicians to have been small
pox--when The Bulletin saw that none of
these persons showed signs of the disease
after the expiration of twenty days, it ven
tured to remark that it "seemed that the
physicians had been mistaken in their diag
nosis of the case." And will anybody,
judging from the same facts, say that it
dicUaot seem so? If this bo slander then
tuoko the most of it.
The Chicago Weekly Tribune acknowl
edges the receipt, from Capt. W. P. Halli
day, of this city, of. a sample of red gum
wood, taken from the bottom lands between
Cairo and Paducah, in the following man
ner : "Nature always seemB to have a re
serve of something in store to surprise us.
It is well known that our once extensive
forests of walnut are . rapidly being felled
to the ground and utilized in tho produc
tion of our rarest articles of furniture.
What was to take its place as an article of
commerce has been the occasion of much
thought and experiment. The Tribune
acknowledges tho roceipt of a piece of. red
gum, forwarded by Copt, W. P. Halliday,
of Cairo, III. This gum seems .to have a
finer grain, is more durable, easier worked,
and susceptible to a higher polish than
walnut. In color it is a shade between
light mahogany and black walnut. Capt.
Halliday writes that this red gum grows
on tho alluvial bottoms from Paducah, Ky.,
to New Orleans and also largely on tho
bottoms of tributary streams, lakes and
bayous. It contains merchantable cuts
from three to five feet in diameter, and
often grows fifty foot without limb. In
quantity it is simply inexhaustible."
Of the bill equalization of beunties,
introduced in the federal house by Mr. J. R.
Thomas, the Chicago Tribune of a recent
date says : "Among thesuggestion for legis
lation mado by Capt. Thomas was ono look
ing to an equalization of bounties, accom
panied by the statement that the cost of
buch an undertaking will not exceed $21,-
000,000. Without discussing the merits of
this proposition, it may be ventured that
the sum stated by Capt. Thomas would
probably not pay the interest on the money
it would be necessary to borrow" to pay the
cost of the proposed equalization. When tho
law providing the payment of arrearages of
pensions was papsed by Congress it was ac
cepted upon tho faith of Rico, of Ohio, rep
resenting the democrats, and Haskell, of
Kansas representing tho republicans, that
$18,000,000 would cover all expenditures
necessary to carry out the provisions of tho
act. It is now pretty evident that before all
tho arrears of pensions contomplatod by tho
law Bhall have boon allowed, along with the
subsequent pensions entailed thereby and
the frauds perpetrated by reason of tho un
heard-of gratuity, the cost to the Govern
ment will not fall far short of $500,000,000.
When Grant, during his administration, put
his foot upon the scheme for tho equaliza
tion of bounties, it was estimated that $300,
000,000 would hardly pay the cost thereof;
how has Capt. Thomas been ablo to roduco
tho exponse to iSl'OOO.OOOt"
' The republican aspirants for tho shoos
of Captain J. R. Thomas are Judge Young,
Judgo Damron, Daniel IJogan and Joseph
P. Hobarts. Captain Thomas, it is under
stood, would be ploasod to occupy his shoes
fur a third term, and he is busy as a beaver
in socuring proxies to work up his boom
for him at home, while he is pretending to
tako care of the people's interests at Wash
ington. He is conscious of his intellectual
inferiority to bis republican competitors,
and of the barrenness of his record in con
gross. Therefore, be instructs his proxies
at home to extol him because of his four
years experience as a legislator, and keep
mum upon tho record until he succeeds in
getting through congress one or two of his
forty odd bills. When he has succeeded
in doing this, he can point with pride o his
record and allow his proxies to do likewise,
for then there will be at least something to
show that the Eighteenth district of Illinois
really did have a representative in the
federal congress. And In order that there
may be no failure in this his maiden
effort to make a record for use at the
next election, ' he has invested heavily in
the "lottery of legislation" at the national
capital. He has introduced more "im
portant" (?) bills than any other of his col
leagues in the houso. Tho reason of this
action is apparent. Mr. Thomas re won i
this way; "You buy five tickets in ft lot
tery and another man buys one, and you
have fivo chances to the othor fellow's ono
of drawing a priae,ergo, you introduce forty
bills in congress to another fellow's one and
you have thirty-nine chances of getting one
through where he has none." Mr. Thomas'
reasoning is falacious; but he has the big
head and don't see it. If he did not have
the big-bead he would see that his forty
odd chancel are not worth evon as ranch aa
the other fellow's one when it comts to tho
drawing. However, this is Thomas' line of
warfare and he has several proxies at home
who are helping to fight his way through
on this line. As yet Robirta, of the Pulas
ki Patriot, ia one of these proxies; but his
efforts are visibly weakening since the con
gressional bee began to buzs in his own
bonnet, and they may soon eease entirely
unless Thomas holds out tome kind of an
inducement. - . j
Miss Eva Bheppard is back from Belle
ville and" she reports Rev. Whitakr some
Mr. H. E. Bpaulding bis aceeptoi the
position of book-keeper in the iron store of
Mr. O.R. Woodward. ;
Mr. Jo'ieph P. Roberts, of Mound City,
was in Cairo on business yesterday.
Mrs. Chalmers, of Chicago, is visiting
her sister, Mrs. John Wood, of'thia city.
Mr. F. D. Rsxford, of Centralis, wis in
Died, at 10 o'clock last night, at his resi
dence on south side of Eleventh street, be-
tweon Walnut and Cedar streets, Anthony
Smith. Funeral starts at I p.m. to-day
from residence for St. Patrick's churcb,
where services will be held, funeral train
leaves foot of Eighth street at t :80 o'clock
for Villa Ridge.
Mr. Smith leaves a family of wife and
fivo children to mourn bis death.
A dastabdlt assault upon ails a has.
About 9:00 o'clock last night a woman
came to the city jail en Eleventh street and
asked for Jailer Haz. Martin. The jailor
appearod and she requested the release of
one of the ' prisoners, presenting the
proper papors therefor. The jailor opened
the .door and entered the jail to bring out
tho prisoner; but as soon as he wis fairly
inside he received a stunning blow on the
back of the head, from a rock in the hand
of one of tho -prisoners; another kicked
him in the stomach as he fell, and than all
mado a rush for the door. Half riasod,
bleeding and almost doubled up with pain
as ho was, the jailer scrambled to his feet,
pnrsued the fugitives and fired five shots
after them as he ran. But of course the
scoundrels all got away and all the jailer
could do was to hastily dress his wounds
and summon aid from police headquikrtsrs.
This he did promptly, but up to 11 :30 last
night none of tho six dastardly villains bad
It is plain that the plan was a premedi
tated one, for it would not have been so
readily adopted and so effectually carried
out upon tho spur of the moment. The
negro Leo Smith, who is awaiting exami
nation for stealing about one hundred
dollars worth of produce from Mr. W. L.
Aldon, and who would go to the peniten
tiary if proven guilty of tho deod, is thought
to have been the ringleader In tno assault,
and ths ono who struck the jailer the first
Chief Meyors and the officers scoured the
sity until this morning in search of the
fugitives, and may have succeeded in re
capturing one or two of them.
NEW YORK FASHIONS.
THE iESTnETO WATB COSTUMES WITHOUT
COMBINATION VARIETIES IN DRIBS JM-
TUETIO WOTDOW8. "
What is this aesthetic movement, of which
the advancing waves are beating on our
shores? Tho aesthetic proper, belongs to
English society and is rather an absurd sort
of crsaturo, wershipping ideals of ths past;
adopting classic outlines of dress at after
noon teas, talking about "cult1 and S great
deal of kindred nonsense. But the aithet
io idea of selecting a costume to suit one's
solf, has produced a variety in dress 'which
is an unspeakable good. Good for the
woarcr but hot so good for the writer.
Since it were easier to dictate with author
ity ; knowing there remains nothing else to
bo done, than to select rom an smbar
rasslng mass of matorlal and while telling
of this and the other new thing, to foel that
there are a doaea other equally fashionable,
equally desirable things which cauno t be
brought to notice. But with the greater
good to you, comes likewise additional re
sponsibility. Yon are now without excuse
if your owe style be not suited; your indi
vidual defects atoned for or gifts of beauty
heightened. Among increasing liberties
we find a growing importance given to
COSTUMES WITHOUT COMBINATION.
Nothing more stylish than a ' wool cos
turns made with simple tailor finish and
destitute of other ornamentation. This at
a time when the most lavish adornment
and intricate combination of material and
trimming prevails, is a significant sign of
the liberty which is now allowed. Then
let us take neck dressing for example.
Here you have so much freedom that the
enumeration even is a lengthy matter. The
small upright linen collar, the broad turned
down linen collar, frills, ruchings, from
modest beginning to ai almost Elizabethan
ruff are all fashionable. Scarfs constitute
a family in themselves and with the aid of
the numerous pins of the day, are twisted
and twined in any way, wrapped lightly
around the . throat or worn belew a frill
or collar. The tribe of mull aad lace ker
chiefs and jabots is never ending; so like
wise of ties; silk kerchiefs come in as an
additional element of variety, while last bnt
not least are bunches of flowers elthsr nat
ural or artificial. "Girls wanted on
SCKFLOVrKHS AKD SOSES."
Such waa the inscription I noticed lately
on a placard hung out from a manufactur
ing establishmeat. Whether the girls ever
came in the desired manner, I cannot tell.
but undoubtedly the sunflowers and roses
came to us. Done up in great bunches yon
see ths latter, ready to be stuck here, there
or any There on the corsage; staring at yon
are the former. From a single one up to
family groups they greet yon and are the
more sougnt alter sisce invested with a
touch of mystery from the fact that they
have been appropriated by esthetic beau
ties. Bachelor buttons acd chrysanthe
mums are likewise very popular, and worn
in coquettish bouquets without foliage,
bavu a wonderful effect in lighting up the
toilet. On a dull, wintry day, what can
be prettier than a gay cluster of blossoms
aatoral or artificial) set in a back ground
of sober cheviot or derk wool, and worn
with equal propriety indoors or on the
street. For semi-dress occasions, the
ferm a pretty finish to the white kerchiefs
and jabote of the day and are not ignored
en richer evening costumes.
A progress down Broadway just now,
means a stopping and staring at the win
dows. Nobody walks alone as usual. It
would be impossible, for the stores and a
succession of veritable pictures. From
Lord and Taylor's corner bay window down
to Fourteenth street is the great center of
attraction and it would require the pen of
Dickens to describe the motley groups
which stand before them. It is generally
conceded that Lord and Taylor have car
ried off the palm. In the first place the
size of their great corner window gives un
rivalled opportunity, and of this advantage
bas been taken. Within is placed a suc
cession of semi-circular steps rising in py
ramidal shape which covered with dark
velvet, form a back ground and support to
a variety of beautiful articles. China vases,
albums, bric-a-brac, glass ware, plush fancy
boxes, painting or embroidery on satin or
velvet with occasionally a rich toy, are com
bined and alternated with an effect so ex
quisitely harmonious that a well known
painter acknowledge he has been fain to
stop and take observations. Window dress
ing is indeed an important business here.
Salaries as high as $3,000 per annum are
paid competent persons who study the
nicest combinations of light and shade,
back grounds, colors, etc., till the results
sro genuine works of art.
Gailty of Wrong.
Some people have a fashion of confusing
excellent remedies with the large mass rf
"patent medicines," and in this they ire
gui.ty of wrong. There are some adver
tised remedies fully worth all that is asked
for them, and one at least we know of-Hop
Bitters. The writer baa had occasion to
use the Bitters in just such a climate as we
have mast of the year in Bay City, and bas
always found them to bo first-class and re
liable, doing all that ia claimed for them,
"My Back Aches So,
and I feel miserable," said a hard working
man. The doctor questioned him and
found that he had boen habitually costive
for years, that now bis kidneys were dis
ordered sod his wholo system deranged.
Kidnoy-Wort waa recommended and faith
fully taken and in a short timo every
trouble was rcmovod. The' cleansing and
tonic power of this medicine on the bowels
and kidneye is wonderful. Congregation
allst. DysrEPSiA, diarrhea, and dysentery can
be curod by using Wright's Indian Vegeta
ble Pills which give healthy activity to the
Oteb 200,000 Howe Scales havo been
old. Send for catalogue to Borden, Sollook
& Co., General Agents, St. Louis, Mo. (3)
Inflamed eyes and eyelids promptly
curod by Roman Eye Balsam.. E. Ferret,
Agt., 872 Pearl St., N. Y. City, (2)
Send tor circular ot now stylo of Hopper
Scale with Leveling attachment. Borden,
Bollock & Co., St. Louis. (2)
nimcn m effectually cured by
WBIOHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE FILLS, which
cleanse the bowels and purify the blood. (1)
Bobdbn, Sellrck & Co., St. Louis, sell f j
the best and cheapest Car Starter made..
With it one man can move a freighfear. (1) ;
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