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THE DAILY OAIllO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1882.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Progress of the Cleveland Girls.
A society young man of Cleveland
, DK. OLAUK
Indian Blood Syrup.
HI. John .! 81
Ohio lllvor . I ti
Ohio, In quoted as saying: "Tho girm
of this city aro coming right along. I
know flvo young ladies, three of them
live on Prospect, ono on Euclid and tho
last on Clinton street, who can play just
as hard games of poker, exercise just as
good judgment in betting cards and un
derstand tho relative value of hands pre
cisely as well as any fivo young men I
Terms ot Suiajorlition.
1 run or roHTAoi:
Dally one yiar by carrier 1 i 00
Daily, oiio year ly mull $m HO
I'aily.oiie rnontb 1 00
Weekly, one year ... .............. 8 (
Woely. 6 month 1 CO
tJTClub of nve or more for Weekly Bulletin at
one time, per year, $1 60
mVAHIAM.T in 1VHCI.
All Communication should be addressed to
K. A. BURNETT,
Publisher and Prowhuir.
bushel " ,
Orange, choice per hot ........,
Lemon choice per box M
.. 00&4 50
..8 75U4 50
Feache, halve aud uuarter..
, i 44
Choice navy ....
In North Carolina tliero urn fifty-threo
coltoii-mills in operation, tmil h!x otherH
aro in i)rogr(!sH ami nearly commuted.
Thoro uro iil.so four or tivo woolcn-niills
in operutiou in "tho old North Stuto."
rum i ft
Tuchsdat Evkkiso, Jan. 20, 1882.
liy tliu following Dotico issued by the
Illinois Central R. R. Co., shippers will seo
the necessity of restricting their Bhipments,
especially of hay, as warehouses and store
rooms are full, and eales must be forced:
Dear Sin : On and after this date (Jan.
23,) the rules and instructions governing
the collection of demurrage charge will be
enforced at this station. Please unload
your cars promptly.
This notice means that cars must be un
loaded within 24 honrs after arrival or pay
a demurrage of $5.00 per day. We give
the above that shippers may understand
why sales are sometimes made at whatever
is offered, and the necessity of holding
back hay shipments for the present at least.
Tho rivers are nearly as high as they
have been at any time in last ten years, but
the present rate of rising would have to
continue about four weeks to at all en
FLOUR Tho market, rules firm and
stocks are reduced to almost a scarcity,
Trices are firm at the advance noted in our
HAY 1'ho market is verv ouiet and
only strictly choice will sell at any prices
Consignees are compelled to unload cars
and to do so must sell at whatever they
can get. Common hay is overstocked and
can scarcely, in a manner, be given away
CORN The demand is active and sup
ply of mixed fair. Offerings of white are
scarcely equal to the demsnd.
OATS The market is easy and steady,
full supply and moderate demand.
MEAL Steady and unchanged.
DRAN None to be had in the city.
HL'TTER -Choice contiuues in active
demand but common is not wanted.
EGGS Scarce and in good demand at
CHICKENS Nut so strong. Trices are
APPLES Scarce and in active request
POTATOES The market is bare and
the demand firm and active.
ONION'S Good demand.
CABBAGE Louisiana cabbage is com
ing and sells slowly at f 1 50 CJ $5 00 per
crate of 40 to 00 heads each.
SalcH and Quotations.
N OTB. The price here given are for sale from
flrithandiln round lota. Ad advance is
chanted for broken lotsin flillnifordcr.
2-JO Various grade, on ordera
& bbl. Choice.-
W bbli. family
1M) hbls patent
2iK) bids XX ...... -
ISO bblt XXi......... -
. 6 coa: 75
.5 15&5 25
S cart choice
S ajirs choice timothy..
Scar red top
0 cart Klt edge -
11 car tnliod. In bulk on track.
.14 00311 o
8 cart rejected while In bulk on
11 car choice white in dui
1 car choice white In balk on track.
B car mixed In bulk
Ko. 2 Ked, verba ...
Uo. i Medlterauesn.
600 fable City
1U0 bbla Country.
CUT AND QHOUND FKBD.
Oat and hay mixed, per ewt
corn " ' .......
Corn for fowl
HOO pounds alrictly choice Northern roll.
Ml pound choice northern
son uoDHdi Houtbern Illluol
15UU pound cholco northern....
I0 dozen m
troops live choice,,
5U0 pound dressed
8 coop old bona
.3 C0O3 to
ID coop uiixeu
SO bbli choice,..
100 aack Michigan poach blow
lOUbblit. ' Teacbblow
S!oo bbli Early Koe eud
lM bbla Illinois l'cachblow...,.
rer bbl ,
80 bbl. common
num. iuiut jnicniuaii......M
100 bbl choice varieties
..4 50&S 00
fer barrel 7 So8 00
Tub wan lied , ,
TlOfCGll t MttMtH MtHI I
l)ruiad..t.M .....fi ....... .MM..
B. C. IUuiS..
Calf, Ureen.. 11
ory runt choice lsjjm
Dry Halt to.11
Oruen Halt (Alt
HheeD Holt, dry VivHO
bheep Pells, green .... V)H 00
omrnon Loir IJ 7M1S 'O
(iood lug i 5ut& 4 00
ow beat 4 TmL r eo
Medium Leaf 5 5mt S fO
GoMLeaf. 6 5014 8 u
RATES OK FKBIOIIT.
Men pbl 10
Helena, Ark ITS
We can, without hesitation, say that Dr.
Bull's Couch Syrup has given tin best sat
isfaction. We have sold an immense
amount of it during the past winter.
Wallace, Hilton &, Co.,
Druggists, Lock Ilavcn, Pa.
Mable Glare de Clare.
He wiled as usual that evening, but
from hi entrance, through tho parlor
dour to the hour of his oVparture, she
noticed a htrango and mysterious re
straint about him. He noi-med not him
self. Though his eyes beamed fondly
an of yore, und the wonted sweet smile
still lingered about his lips, there was
that in his manner, which her sensitive
soul quickly detected, and woundi'dly
wondered at. He avoided all nearness
to her, took uneonocalable care not to
touch her, and bore himself with still
ness and reserve which tilled her heart
with anxiety and alurm.
Her busy brain suggested every con
ceivable reason, all unsatisfactory to
her. Her proud nature would not per
mit her to appeal to him, anil yet how
her heart ached. At last the handsome
French clock in the reception room
tolled tho dismal tidings that eleven
o'clock had come. He arose. So did
she. Her great, boundless love for him
surged up and bore away all barriers of
pride. Clasping both his hands in hers,
appealinglv looking into his eyes with
her own beautiful orbs, she pleadingly
asked: "Howard, what is thero on
vour mind? Have I done anything?"
With averted face, frantic gesture, and
an unniistakcable spasm of pain, lie
thrust her from him, saving in an un
natural voice : "Mable Clare, you must
not toucli m." Put her love was now
at bay, and with one lniund tho lovely,
gazelle-liko creature had fastened her
arms about his neck, and was sobbing
just over the region of his cardiac or
gan. Howard 1). V. Latrobe gasjxid in
utter pain, he pah-d as though in pres
ence of Death, and sinking faintly inU
a sumptuous chair near by, moaned
"O M;lble, you've busted the boil on m
shoulder." Thornton Wc4, in fyriiy
The Habit to Work.
There is scarcely anything of greater
importance to a young man than that
he should acquire early the habit of reg
ular application to some pursuit. Many
persons who are not of au indolent na
ture live on, from day to day, from
month to month, from year to year,
without accomplishing anything worth
while. Thry wonder that others aro
successful, and they are not; that others
Progress and they remain stationary.
'ho dilliculty with them is that although
thev are not particularly averso to labor,
they have never loarnt how to work to
ailvantago. Iney nave never wruieu
tho habit of regular, systematic appli
cation. Desultory anil merely impul
sive efforts aro attended by very insuf
ficient and unsatisfactory results. The
first requisite is to know what you want
to accomplish. Have somo purpose
omo plan. Tlion see to it that tho sun
does not set on a day in which sonm
thing has not been done to carry forw ard
mat, nlun to promote thai purpose,
Have, so far as possible, regular hours
of work, and-let no liaht interruption
interfere with them. If you tako a day's
recreation, bo sure that orr tho morrow
you promptly resumo your work, and
give to it tho benelitof refreshud strength
and renewed vijor.
At the cud of every week, regularly
review your work. Consider just, now
much you have accomplished. If you
aro satisfied with what you hnvo done, it
will bring to you a feeling of repose and
content. II you mid you suouid nave
dono more, then niako sure that tho
com i n r week shall show tin improve
menton tho past. Finally, let nothing
no matter what daunt or diseoiirniro
you. Glory in a resolute and invinciblu
If all tho vounir men now coming on
thostago would scrupulously obsorvo
tliiwe instructions, whut un increase of
success audof happiness thero would bo!
Why Somo Are Poor.
Cream U allowed to mold and spoil,
Silver spoons aro unci! to serapo kettles,
The scrubbing brush Is left in tho water.
Nice handled knives are thrown intoliot
water. Droonm nro never hung up,
Dish-cloths aro thrown whero mien can
destroy ilium. Tubs and barrels aro
left in tho sun to dry and full apart,
Clothes aro left on thn lino to whip to
pieces In tho wind, l'le-crust is left to
sour Instead of making a few tarts for
tea. Dried fruit is not taken earo of in
season and becomes wormy. Vegeta
bles tire thrown away that would niako
a cood dinner. Tho cork is left out of
tho svrun luu; and tho flies take poshoh
slon. Hits of moat aro thrown away
-that would iniiko excellent hash for
breakfast, Coll'cc, tea, and spices aro
loft to stand open and lose inolr strength.
l'ork spoils for tho want ot salt ami uo
ctiiiHO tho brine wants scalding.
Dvhi'ki'sia, liver complaint, and kindred
aflections. For treaties giving successful
self-treatment address World's dinpeiiBary
Medical Association, Liiulalo, JS . 1.
Tiikhe is more strength restoring power
a SO cent bottle of Parker's Ginger
Tonic than in a bushel of malt or a gallon
of milk. As an aneti.er, blood purifier and
kidney corrector, there is nothing Uko it,
and invalids And it a wonderful invigorant
or mind and body. See other column.
A Renovating Remedy
s to ba found in Burdock Blood Bitters.
As an antidote for sick headache, female
weakness, biliousness, indigestion, consti
pation, and other diseases of a kindred
nature, these bitters are invaluable. Price
He that is surety for a stranger, shall
smart for it. But ho that trusteth in
Spring Blossom for curing liver, kidney,
and complaints of a like tendency, shall
never be disappointed. Price 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents..
''I huve used Burdock Blood Bitters with
great benefit for indigestion and constipa
tion of the bowels." Price fl-OO.
C. L. Easoon,
Foil impaired digestion, anil for debility
from any cause, I know of nothing equal to
Fellows' Compound Hypophosphites. Its
direct effect in strengthening tlie nervous
system renders it suitable for the majority
of diseases. Weakness of the iiints and
muscles, impurity of the blood, and inward
wastings 'may be cured by Fellows' Ily
pophoppliites. Wm. 8. Howe, M. I)., Pittstteld, Me.
Shiloh's Couorr and Consumption Cure
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul G. Schuh, Agent. (5
Go to Paul O. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Prir.o 15 cents.
SniLon'8 ViTALizEit is what you need for
Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Diziness
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10
and 75 cents per bottle. , Paul G. Schuh,
Bohpks, Sk.llkck & Co.. St. Louis, sel
the best and cheapest Car Starter made
With it one man can move a freight car. (1)
IIeadacuk is effectually ' cured by
WKIOHT 8 INT) 'AS YKOETAIU.K HI.I.8, WHICH
cleanse the bowels and purify the blood. (1)
Cuoit, Wiioopino Coui.n and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure
Paul G. Schuh, Aent. 8
a M BW ILl I'fTUATRD
.Li tcrary Weekly Journal
NK1T1IKK POUT, CM. S'OR HKCTAIIIAN i
Coruiuotoci Vy Alb on Xv.l'ourKoe,
liuthor of ' -v jcool 8 hirrnrul, tc.
HHBiHtiul br J liinli'l J-. Uriiiton
tuxl Kolxn-t H. lnvt-.
Flrt Number losui'il l'tb uurv l.lssj.
Tho iiiuKt dlHtlnauitfhi'il author and akllful art
Ul, both American and KiiKllrh, lutvo bcua u
cajrnd by "Our Ooutlncnt." Tbo Fi'liruitiy mim
bur contain novols Btnl torl ly Uulvn t amnbull
Mrn. AU'XmiiUir, K.. V Kou, Julian IUwtliomn
John I'lu'Oicrton, R. II J)nvl, itc.t poi'tn by Oh.
ear WUilo, I.oulno Cliniullor Monllnn. (1. 11. Uukcr,
Kidney l.anliir, U. P Liuhrop, Uolia Tlinztnr, etc
pntortaliilntt tkoli'hi'i by U. Loh
Hroltman)D, U. Ml'cltelf. (Ik Miirvul) Kollz O.
waul, t'tc.t eolld tinner bv I'ruHlilont I'oriur. o
Vain, Eliot, of llurvurd, ProviiHt l'rnnur, of UiiIvit
Ityof Puiunylvnnlu, etc. j inililon note by Kate
Kluld; artllluatrntlonaby I.onl ('. Timiny: r,l
nro bv l'rof Itolhrnck, llurher, otc. : hoc hi I oil
nni'tto by Mniillon; rn nil liniirovumviit bv Hon. II
O. Nortbrnp; fun and humor by C. II. Clark, (Mn
Aillcr) "I'licln ItcnuiH and a tiuxt of otliiirH.
Iti'ftiltlfiil llluatrntliiti aro a IdkiIIiir 1ii1 uru of
"Our Contliii'tit," Tlioy urn thu nnciMht art
enn nroiluco and eiiual to moat vrfect In tli
Prlro IDoiMit a nniniior; ft 0i a yrar: Vim
month, Miillud fruo of lioHtiiL'o to uny nddnii
HliHRltmin copy frun.
NcWHdcalin will find U to thHr ItitrroHt to pro
rnt "OurCotitlncnt" to thHlrvtiHtomcr.
)'mtmaiitir am Invltod to taku ubcrlptloii,
l.lhnral coin tu I it Ion .
Hook CanvaHxiir ciin add largely to tlmlr Income
without itiliirreruitf Willi t lieir mutllar buinua, liy
nciinit lor "our l oiitiiieni,'
Wrllo furpartlenlars to "Odt PONTIN KNT,"
Ureal chanco to niako nion
ey. Those who always tnko
advanlaiie of the good rliun
ces to muko money that aro
oiler ed. nencrnllv beenmo
' wealthy, while thote whodo
not tmpiovo such chances reiinln In ioyeity. Wn
want iiiniiy men, women, boys aud girl to work fn
n right lu their own local lilim. Any one can do
the work properly from the first start. Thu bust
pes will pay more than ten time ordinary wage.
K.xpnnslvo otitllt furnished free. INo ono who enga
ge fall to niak money rapidly. Yon can devote
your Whole time to the work, or only your spar
moment, Full Information and all that I needed
mint free. AddrtM Million A Co., fottlautUMalou.
Dvopepsla, Liver Dis
I I J V1 ver and Akiih
I It 1 1 ,1 KhenmRtiam, ItropHV.
yj -It lUKJ HenrtbiHciwe.Bill.'ti'
ncss. Nervous Debility
THE BEST EE3IEUY KNOWN TO MAN I
Twelve Tliousaiid Bottles
Sold Since 18701
TliU Svrun Denne varied nronirtli'.- tt utim.
nlato the ptyallne in thu nallvA, which convert
tba March and snuar of the food Into bIucoh. A
pflcluncy in otyaline caiiac wind and ourinir of
the food in the itomach. If tbe medlcln ji uim
itiimtdlately after eating, the fermentation ol lotd
It acts upon the Liver,
It ai-t.s upon the Kidneys,
It Regulates the Howeis,
It Purifies the Blood.
It Quiet the Nervous System,
It Promote Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates,
It fairies off tbe Old Mood and makes Nw,
It Opens the Tores of the Skin and Induces
It neutralize! the hereditary taint, or Doloon in
tho blood, which generate bcrofula, Ervaipelaa,
and all manner of hkin Ulaeane and Internal hu
mor. There are no fDirltH employed In Ha manufacture
and It can be taken by the uioet delicate babe, or by
the aged and feeble, care only being required in at
ten tit n to directions.
Galva, Henry County, 111.
I wa suffering from Kick Headache and Dlr.zl-
nera ao that I could not attend to my household du
ties, and a nhort trial of Dr. Clark Johnson' Indi
an Blood Syrup effectually cured me.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., 111.
This is to certify that Dr Clark Johnson' Indian
Blood Syrup has cured mo of Pain in the Back. It
a a valuable medicine. Jilts WOOD,
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
This I to certify that 1 wa afflicted with Palpi
tatlon of the Heart for many year I tried differ
ent doctors, whose prescription tended more to
weaken nie than they did to strengthen. I Si lant
res dved to try Dr. Clark Johnson Indian Blood
Syiup, which proved to bo a positive cure not on
ly curing tbe Heart Dlnease, but also a Sick Head-
He u wnicn Had been troubling me.
MKB MAKi A. MtAL.
I was alllicted with Liver Complaint and Dvaoen
sla and failed to get relief, althongh ualng medi
cines from our best doctor. I cfimmeucea nslog
Dr. Johnson' Indian Blood Bvrnp.andashort trial
cured me. T. W. K1S1MU, JHollUO, 111
This certllles that Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrnp has effectually cured me of Dyspepsia
too inucu cannot tie said in praise or it.
Vv. S. H 1MMKK, Bedford, Mo.
Aeent.s wanted for the sale of tho Indian Blond
Syrup in every town or villugo, In which I have no
agent. ' Particulars given on application.
Dllt'GGISTS 8KLL IT.
Labratory 77 West 3d t., N. Y.
1f - a week invotire
Sll frue- No Tk' e,
T)k " "tal uot required,
v w tune I.adie m
a week invotirown txiwn. $5 outfit
ctvi rinuiK ucn, t.l.'i'
, we w in lurnisu you
any are making for-
make as much a men.
and hoys and eirls make great pay
Header, if you want a liusiuyx at which you can
make great oav nil the llmo you work, write for par
ttculars to 11.
Hallett A i'o. 7'or.land, Maluo.
TOTICK TO CONTRAC'I OHS.
Citv C'i.kiik'h I kuck, Caiiio, It.i... Jan. 21, lJ.
Sealed proposals v. Ill be received at this oftlce.
direcicd to tho Oily Council of the city of Cairo,
until t'moo! meeting of the Cltv Council onTui'S
dav evening, February 7th, 1HHJ, for furnishing tho
material and iloingtny work or doing the work noc
essarv for the ronstrurMim and reconsiructlon of
the following sidewalks, to be constructed of wood,
vim On the eiistetlv side of Sycamore street, from
Twenty-third street to Twenty-ninth street; on tho
northerly side of Seventeenth street, from Wash
ington aveire 'o Walnut Htreet. A provided by
ordinance No. TS, approved November d, 1SH1,
whirh ordinance is now n file lu tin ollleo and
subject io examination a, any time. Persons' bid.
d',:.b for the ronstructlon of above sidewalks shall
be reiiulred to give agoed and sufllclent bond as
provided hy section I)-, of chapter 10 of city ordi
nance. Said bond to accompany bids. The par
ty or parties to whom tbe contract will be let to be
paldout of moneys arising from cpcclal assessment
lo bo collected from tho property owner wt oso
properly abut on said sidewalks, when sumo I
collected aud paid over lothe city treasurer.
The right to reject auyatd all bids resorwd by
tho i It y. D.J. KCLEV,
Hnlbcrt Bros. Wholesale Prire List.
4 Piano, 7 oct., square, rosewood, carved,
agraffe (ISO 00
7 Piano, upr. "H oct., cabinet grand 171 00
1 3 Organ, 4 sets reeds, 9 atop A grand organ t0 IK)
05 " ft set reeds, 13 stops, coupler, tub-has 73 00
Our Piano and Organ warrtnted flrst class.
13 Violin ou tilt, box bow, string, complete.... 3 00
3 " crotnoua model, extra fine 9 on
4 Aceordeon, 6key, bass box, ftnetono 1 00
0 " 11) " 1 slop, 2 et reeds, perfects 00
7 Mouth Organs, Vienna ceucert, 24 hole 50
0 " UonulnoUlchter, 10 holes, U.S. 'ii
II " " concert double 84 hole " 1 Ob
14 Clarlonot, geniilno Martin, 0 keys, boxwewd ( 00
17 Fife, in ubouy, German silver ferulcs...... SO
to Music box, 1 tunc, crank, flno '. 1 10
III " 8 tunes,, wind with lever, lare 28 )
UO Vloloncollo, patent, ntachlno head, good.. 10 00
'ti Douhlu Bans, patent bead, 3 or i ttrlng.. lil 00
i.'4 (lultar, maple, machine head, flno finish.. 4 no
Ti Banjo, 10 Inch, i bras bracket 2 00
t!S Comet, bras cornpoeon stylo case Actook 9 (0
8'i Drum, brass, Prussian, Ornamented 0 00
Gold violin, guitar and banjo string 'II. Bro.' 15
Silver " 11 " " ftl 11 tf
Steel " " " " ' " "
Gut. Hnsslan, German or Italian, heat quality
Instruction Books Howe' or Winner, any
Having Just made a good trado for 100 Singer
Howluu Machine, will cll them for 'J6 each while
they last. i
Money I (jultu tafo in common tetter if plainly
Terms strictly cash with order. Will take
Agents and dealer tend for our 40-page Catalogue
Ou above nut wholoialo pake sgeuts can make
100 per cent profit.
Call on us whoa you come to St. Louts.
Keferoiicasi Any bank or wheleaalo bonr In
tho cltv. , , i
Hulbort Bro. I tlio only Gonctal Wholoialo
Mualollousoln 8t. Louts. '
, , UULBBRT BttOS, ,
' tt.13 Ollys BUeot, flalnt Louis, Mo.
' 'Lr. ' . '. it..- .'. i
i mm it
For sale by C. W. Ilenderson, Cairo, Illinois.
t-itattf,'rt.VlMA'f ijWi-atlJtrK i1---in-r uni uni t n- r
Over 2,000,000 Bottles
For coughs, colds, sore throat, bronchitla, asthma,
throat, chext aud lungs.
throat, chext aud lungs.
Balsom of Tolu
but it has never been so advautatreously comnonnded
dition to its soothtnir Baisatnic properties. It afford
system nftertbe cough ha been relieved.
;TPUT UP IN QUART SIZE B0TTLFS FOR FAMILY tSE, PRICE 81.0OJ3EJ
fi A TTrPl "I'M I Do nit be deceived by dealer who try to pulni off upon you Kock and live in
" J l y . place of our Tolu. Kock and Uyc, which is the onlv medicated article made
tbe genuine haxa private die proprietary stamp on
mo iuli, uiich. ami itii. uu., rropntrors, n itiver streer, unicago, in.
Sold ijy Djiuogists, Guocers and Dkaleiw Everywhere.
Forf n:ie t Apenl write niilelt I Terrfti'ry free.
8euilrelv new l.ci t selllru artli Ich'mii. 1'ropell-
ln Holts for si'wirit and l ma'-blne. Iiides-
tnictlino Mu n i oni aim aprneei ininrrprtre.
TLo 1'. T. C olled Wire hull Co.,
Gives Instant ellef and is an Infallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
FoM liyDmeiri'tsrvervwliere. Prlci, $t neper bet
pivnffi'lnyiiiiill. haini'l s sent fir' to I'liyslelan
and sllsutfen rs, dy I' NeiiKiiclter Co, Hot 81H.
tsvn X'urkC'lty. buleiiiiiui:ioturtrsof "Anakttu,
NEW AU VKUTISKM EN1H.
TilrlVV rl'0 f,)r','J Improved Interest
I'lill J A it 1 intiin, ralendar, etc. Senttoany
address on receipt of two Ihree-ceiil stumps. Ad
dress t'I'iirli K. litres, 4H North Delaware avenue,
I lor the winter in turniiiig ilistrieLs. Very
1 luriro returns for eompanuively littlo labor.
n Kor foil pan iculnrs iKiifn-ss imniedlulely
I "JollAAUE J tOO tO. Tbl Untadwii), It. V.
8 01 D MEDAl AWARDED
chtMipmt, iniimenraiile Ut wnrf
or,S.'lf PnisvrvritH'n hnnnd in
flri(t iTcnch (iiunlin,nib(HMj,
full (flit, Jl M pp.onuUinn b.iutifuj
bUh1 enrruvin, VSb irtvtorit
tiittin, ("rn only l.ir fliMit by
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