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1HK DA 11 A OAiKO BULLETIN: WEDEDAY MOiiNlNit, MARCH. S, ll.
THE DAILY BULLETIK
Offlcs: Bttllotia Mills, V-nsUnirtott Arams
5TKKD AT TUS POST orriC W CAJKO, It
uuoxe, is sioosD-cufs sumcR.
Om'U.L. TAPES or CITT A.XD COTJ2UT
SPECIAL LOCAL 1TE1I3.
Votw ia this column. alt-lit cents per tins tor
flratana nv eenii par hub cnmi'wtlu
1 ,ia. riw ono weal. ouceuw w "
unoib, a cvui par uno.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. OcBaun's, GO Ohio levee.
L'm Tuk Caiko Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of caleudtrod jute
maullla, equally good for Ink or pencil, for
" sale, in three sizes, at the olhce. No. 9 and
8. fire and ten cents each by the single one,
by thetloxen or by the hundred, no vuria
tion la prices.
; ( City Marshal's Xotice.
AH parties hating shovels, wheelbarrows
lanterns, picks, or any kind of tools or nia
teriai belonging to the city, are hereby re
quested and demanded to leave the same at
the city marshal's office, on Sixth street, on
or before tiatnrday, Mch 11th, 1832. After
that date strict Search will be made and
any party found in possession of any prop
trty belonging to the city, will be proae
etlted to the full extent ot the law.
Loots H.Metxm, City Marshal.
Extra Select Oysters
at A. T. DeBann's, o(J Ohio levee.
Reaelpt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufae
artd and for eale at tho Cairo Bulletin
ffice. ' ' .
A. Booth's Extra Select
at A. T. DeBaun's, S3 Ohio lovec.
Two crs choice Now York early seed po
tatoes. Guaranteed strait Iloso potatoes
and for sale low, by
Ksw YonK Stobi.
A. Booth's Extra Select
. at A. T. Deli&un's, GO Ohio loveu.
. Kotlce Tax-payer's Committee.
The committee of twen'y-five, appointed
fit the tix-payer'a meeting Monday evening
' last, sra requested to meet at the council
chaiubor this (Wednesday) evening at 7:'J0
o'clock to consider the questions referred to
them. P. G.ticiiTjH.
Bonanza! Bonanza !!
To buyers of Ladies, MUsea and Chil
dren's shoes; I have decided to clone out
tbe above lino of goods ut cost, and
lets, and carry a large slockol Mill's, Boy's
nud Youth's only. tSo cad und get your
own prices. They muat bo S'i!d ro make
room for piing goods in Men's Boy's nnd
Youth's fine boots and shoes. 11. Block,.
Eighth , street, between Commercial and
Washington avenue. tf.
at PcBmn's, 66 Ohio levee.
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Coughs, (Jolds, Sore Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption n tho incipient or advanced
stages of tho disease, has ever met with the
itidoreemeuts of phy icians or patients as
the ccJehratud'Tulu, Rock and Rve." Tho
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
xnonts. Letters and testimoiiala from every
quarter of tho country, attesting the-stimulating,
tonic and healing effects, are in
possession of the proprietors, and can bo
adduced to convince the most skeptical
reader ..ol its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant taste aiyl agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are afflicted or pining
away with, pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to bo secured by the use ofTolu, Bock
md Rye. Chicago Times..
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
WoMom la tfcaM columns, tsa esau psr lint.
Indiana greenbackers noiniuated tholr
tat ticket at India spoils last week.
The finest stock of liquors and cigars
la the city is at "The Opera Exchange,'1
oa tilxth street.
Yesterday's weather admonished ua
that tbe time to shed ulsters had not yet
The monthly examinations in the Cairo
pahlio schools will begin on Thursday of
this week. Scholars wh have been absent
1 from he schools for a while should take
notice of aod boar this in mind. ... '
. The fluost stock of liquors and cigars
in the city is at "The Opera Exchange,"
ea Sixth street. ,
Tho levee so Bayou Lafourche broke
. in two place Sunday,', the most alarming
one being at Thiboduaux. Unless speedily
closed, a Urge section of rich sugar land
, will be Inundated.
The indefatigable worklog of Captain
Jtds did much to bring forth from the
ousts commerce committeo a favorable ro
" p ft on bis bill to guarantee 150,000,000 of
ua snio raoo minus.
,i.i,.'ii,il.f fctni v. iiv' ii.rtW.i, ilM I'iif, '.';Vi .
Tho finest stock of liquors mid cUrt
in tbi city i at "Tha Oporii Eiclunn;," oo
Mr. A. J. Car e. t ie WMhincton ste-
ni') livery stable mn', uas u.Un inotrit
mental in fnlhuring tli wor); on the imw
levee (luring th. short period of danger, by
furotehlng horse, both day sud ni;;hr, to a
a'-Trnber of gmtl-jicea whoso celf iicpo.eJ
duties required tiieui to ra i!;e fnquent
trips to aod from tb J eaddiiarerod place.
Tho board of coua'y citmittissloneri
met at the court houw Monday for the
trc iction of general business. A num
bcr of bills wore allowed and ro very ia
nortant businer.s. was trnnwted.' Tli"
lxard aijourned yesterday uutll tlu second
Monday tn April.
.Tiia'ir.a J. H. Ribinsnn disniJ'-d of
threocn3u3 vt'stcrday in arconiui.ee with
the IrtW and the evi.lence. lhcy were
three men, r.hargo.1 by Olfuers M i tin nm
Mtlmuy with disordnly conduct. They
were all fin-'d .find taken back to jail to
board out the fiuo.
In special locaL tliis mnrnlntr appears
a notice Binned by Mr. P. G. Schuh, calling
the memburs of the committee . appointed
by the tax payers ot Reform hull Monday
night, to meet at thn council chamlxr to
night. Tho notice should be promptly
obeyed by all concerned.
A general rie was reported in tho riv
ers abovo yesterday afternoon by Sergeant
W. H. Ilay s report, as may be seen oy rei-
erence to "rivernews" on first page. But it
s not certain that the river hero will be
very much sff.-cted. The Ohio fell about
two and a bnlf inches on tho guago hero
during the hsurs of eleven in tho forenoon
and sit in the evening yesterday and it is
probable that it will contiouo to fall slowly.
In other cities grand preparations are in
progress for the celebration of St. Patrick's
day on the 17th and of the nnniver.nry
ol the birth ot Andrew Jackson on tho 15th
of next month. Here theso two important
days have not excited any comment as yet,
but they snould bo and prflbably will be
An exchango trembles with apprehen
sion since it has been ascertained by a Oer
iniin chemist that "first rate brandy'' can
be made frora sawduit. "We are friends,"
it says, "of the temperance movement and
war.t it to succeed", but what chauce will it
have when a man can take a rip saw and go
out and get drunk ou a fence mil."
In' addition to tho fl od and conse
quent lopH of lift) and destruction of prop
erty on the lower JIiaji.-sivii, comes tho
news that Vermont and MamchUH'tts
have suffered seTtjrely by reason of too
much water. Some serious railroad acci
dents hiiva occurred, the result of wash-
fists, and the record of disaster is a long
Gilcd-nnr is to hnvi- a linct of If orJic
cofithes, ' just us so m as the mud on leer
tain streets dries a little." A Ueidic couch
is like a street cr in appearance, but dors
not run upon a trick, c m be driven clnwo to
the sidewalk, and pasv.na.ers rt left at
uoy point they denim to htop at. Thofme
for riding in a Ilerdiq is Q.e cents, for cue
ride, with or widiout bundles.
All continues to bo well on the 3Iis
Hissippi Itveo. Yesterday the barsjo up.ui
which tbe implements,, etc., were stored,
wns brought down iO tho Ohio river wharf
and but a few men with a few neces
sary implements wtro left out there
to watch and tinish up what needed to on
dono. The water continues to steadily go
down and the levco is in a good cnd tion.
It and the rivers will cmuinuo to bo watch
ed closely, however, until all prospects of
high water shall have vanished.
A largo transfer wagon belonging to
Messrs. Ilalliday Bros., loaded with about
twenty live sacks of bran and drawn by
four mule", was stalled in a deep rut on
Commercial avenue between Eleventh and
Twelfth streets, yesterday afternoon. It
was not till two thirds of tho load was
tuken down that the mules were able to
draw the wagon out. Thero are several
other very bad places of this kind in tho
principal thoroughfares of the city which
should be attenden to as loot as circum
stances will permit.
Mr. Harry Walker's now quarters are
being fitted up in elegant style and with
all possible haste. He expects to have tbe
Theatre Corai quo in full blast again by
next Monday night. A portion of tho
large troupe of artists which is to rc-opon
the concern has already arrived. It
If you get hold of a $5 noto on tho
Boylrston National Bank of Boston, ' says
an exchange, tako a second look at ' it
There is a photographic counterfeit out on
that hank. Tho pink figures and seal are
excellent imitations of the genuine. A
glance at the grteu border and ends of the
back of the note shows thi-y have been en
graved and printed iu such a crude manna
as to at once attract attention and determine
the fraudulent character of tho note. The
state arms in the left oval and tho cugle in
tbe rigtovsl aro wretched, travesties.
The Arfjus says that " Tan Bcu.ktih
took as fact a joito of Captain Williams
and gravely annouticud that the Cairo and
bt Louis railroad had commenced running
trains through, from this point to St.
Louis." Tun Buu.kt.h took pains to Kay
Just what Captain Williams hud said aod
to say it just as tho capiuin hail naidlt;
therefore if tho captain was joking, the
fct must bavo been ej apparent from Tixs
BcLtcrnr it was from the captain's lips.
The trouble with the Argus iu that it caught
the captain's wink when bo told thn
"story," but failed to catch The BcluI'M's
probably because thn latter is still a little
' dark-eyed" and is not as proficient in tho
'buainot's" us the former.
Another of tbe men churged with hav
ing conspired with young Jack Lally to
dufraud lh city out of money, was takeu
before Magistrate Comings for preliminary
eztimlnatiou by officer IInz. Martin yester
day. mrning. The man's nmo wt
Ohnrics Williams. LaUy was alao brought
out to testify in the , case tin I
upon hearing ail tbeevidecco the court di.i
chargcid Williams. Having been gut M
liberty, Willi tms went forih a much mure
important tit in and took the ilrtt opiioi ttm
i;y to pmve himself such. lie met Mr. Al
Susanka and proceeded to abuio that gen
tleman quito roughly. Ho was aji.iu ur
rested, again .arraigned before Magistrate
Comings and llued fivo dollars nnd costs,
failing to pay which ho was aUo again ta
ken to the county jail.
Tho following cardhich appears iu
tin explains itals: "Jiditorial connec
tion with the Bulletin Ceases with this is
sue. I will retain all my pecuniary and
personal interest in tho Bulletin establish
ment, and will continue in tho management
of tlu job printing office and book bindery
of the company; but in the future, I will
have no editorial control of the columns of
the company's newspaper. Mr. Louis C.
Schuckers, who has made a very accepta
ble city editor, has been promoted to the
position of managing editor, and will enter
i.pon the discharge of the duties of tho po
sition to-morrow. John H. Ohehlt.
Representatives from the Mississippi
valley believe this an auspicious time to
ask congress to take decisive notion with a
view, not only to improving tho navigation
of the Mississippi river, but to protecting
the lives and property of thousands of citi
.rens from the disasters attending the over
flow of tho river. 8cveral members have
prepared or are considering bills that have
for their object tbe building, repair' and
protection of levees by tho national gov
ernment either by the transfer of the en
tire control of the work and appropriations
therefor to the general government or by
national appropriations for leveeing, sup
plemental to appropriations for that pur-
jiuue by states bordering on tbe Missis
sippi, tho whole work to bo douo under
direction of the secretary of war uud river
Colli ulu3 Beacon : "The suuden riso
and fuui tul storm of Monday night swept
away all tho buildinm ut Filmore, on tho
Mississippi a)out two miles below Cairo,
the ferry landing iu time of low water. Tho
property was used for hotel purposes and
occupied by Jlr. Jesse Rich, who, when the
waters began to rise tip to tho house, re
moved his family aod furniture to Wick
Ufa. lie and another gentleman wero
bleeping in the house, and tho giving away
of the building was so sudden that they
uarrowly escaped with their lives. Mr.
Rich l .-aves bis .stock of groceries, bar
liquors, Hnd other properly, and the lota
falls heaviiy upon him. Mr. Cocke als
lost about 140 ah lo,; at tho same time
mi.! place. Several hundred ynrds of the
M. & O. railroad truck was also washed
A great cavity ia the street, nt thn
comer of E'mhth Mreet nnd Washington
avenue, has been the source of much
trouble to drivers generally, and to acvernl
citizens iu particular, whose wagons wero
broken in an attempt to draw tffcm through
it. It has been there for several weeks and
has constantly incrcasi d in depth and cir
cumference until it is not less than three
feet deep and of an irregular diameter of
from eight to twelvo foot, beginning Im
mediately at the crossing, on the Wash
ington avonuo side Teams coming out
Eighth street plunge suddenly into it and
find it almost impossible to get out, and,
coming the other way, find it equally ditfl
cult to mount the crossing. A few days ago
Mr. A. Lohr's wagon, loaded with a few
kegs of beer, came down Eighth street, en
tered the trench, and in attempting to draw
it out on the other side, was broken down
behind. Yesterday the delivery wagon of
Mr. Fred Koohler wsj served likewise, 'in
the same manner, at the same place. The
place ia therefor a source of much trouble
and damage, and should bo Immediately
repaired In some way to a certain extent,
at least A load or two of rock might bo
thrown into it with good result, and this
should be done to-day, before any further
damage results to vehicles.
Elsewhere in Tns Bullktis will be
seen a notice of Chief of police L. II.
Mayers, calling upon all persons who have
in their possession any of the property of
tho city, in tho form of implements used ia
repairing the new levee lately, such as
shovels, wheel-barrows, hatchets, axes
monkey wrenches, ; lanterns, etc.,
to return tho eamo to po
lice headquarters by next Saturday,
and threatening search for such Implements
and the ' prosecution' of their possessors if
they fait to comply with tho request, It is
a fact that (hero are a large number of theso
articles missing. : The city bought and
sent out to tho levee for use a laro number
ef shovels, wheelbarrows, lanterns, axes,
hatchets, etc., and several llruis furnished
somn of their owu accord, . ' -c.-r
s.11 are gone, all but a vef few itf thera
having been carried away by concioncelew
htMirers nud either taken home or pawned
in Ionia grocery or saloon for aoniethniR t
eat or drink. Tho chief threatens to in:t
tnte a search for all the miosing implu'
ments after next Saturday and to
prosecute their possessors. It would bo
well, therefore, if all persons having any o
the city's property in their piKsesslon will
immediately roturn tbe same to Its proper
ownor or inform the chief of the person
who pawned it. v
Soaiebmiy has beee tickling the editor
of tho Padorah Entsrpiiso in the ear by
ti'lliighim tb it the Singer Sewing ma
chiuu ci'iupinv hnd decided to retnovn it
vorks Iran Cairo Ix causo of tho high wa
tor which recently hCl cted her and bo
csuse of the irestueo nf accumulated rain
and a little sipe water in the lower portions
of the city. Tho reasons assigned lor tho in
tended removal aro sutlleient proof, that the
E itrrprise'a information is not niithorative,
liecausethey aro not reasons which would
warrant such action and the company, be
iug composed of sensible gentlemen, would
not remove or talk of removing without
having good reasons for doing so. It ia al
most enough to say that Mr. Pine who
can alono speak with any authority of the
purpose, of the company in this part of tbe
country, is not in the city and has not been
since, nor for some time bvfoie, the high
water. Mr. Pine was chiefly instruments
in bringing the company here. He in
formed himself thoroughly ef all Cairo's
advantages and disadvantages; he knew
that, s a rule, Cairo was no more Suiject
to danger from high water than hundreds
of other cities along the Ohio and Missis
sippi rivers and mach less so subject than
maoy cities which laid claim to greater
safety. lie knew that for three or four
years in succession, Cairo had hot even been
visited by sipe water, which the Enterprise
claims is now driving the company away,
ami that at no time since 18G2
had the citizens experienced any
inconvenience from wtcr within tho levees.
31 r. Pine knew, and everybody tlae knows,
that, as a rule, under an ordinary condition
of things, Cairo is not only entirely safe
from overflow, but suffers not the least In
convenience from water. Cairo has not
only proven herself to be less liable to
overflow by ordinary floods than tre her
boastful northern sisters, but she lias
proven that, even in extraordinary Hoods,
when tbe mad waters submerge cities tor
hundreds of miles around her, which claim
to be lea j liable to overflow than she is, and
reached a puint never before anown in th
higtory of high waters, Cairo stands firm
and untouched by the floods and kii.Tcrs
only from a little sipe water and a little
more lain water. That Cairo suffers from
the latter is not due to her low situation,
but to an unusual season of rains and warm
weather which have not occurred before iu
the history of Cairo and which have caused,
not her ulone, but hundreds of other cities
which are usually not affected by high wa
ter, to suffer. Iheso tinusi'al seasons
are rarities ; there has been only one Mich
in the history of Cairo, perhaps in the his
tory of the country, audit is not at all prob
able that we will hate another such. To
id lew ancb an occurrence to iotleence ene
in an important step which willhavo great,
;M-rmanent results to permit an event so
unusual, so out of the regular order of
tliinL's, so contrary to the established laws
of nature, to iri'mc') one to tako any step
which may neutralize tho(work;of a life
time and create confusion where thero was
order and pronperity is very unwise. Mr
I'me, us well as everyone else, kur.ws too
well that the flood just passed was the
greatest ever known in the country, that it
is not likely to occur again, that Cairo ua
puff-red much less from it than many other
cities, and that, even if it should occur again
Cairo would bo better prepared to meet it
than before. In view of all theso facts and
tho further fact that Mr. Pino is a man of
more than ordinary common sense, it is not
at all probable that tho rumor about too
removal of tho Singer works from Cairo
has any foundation in fact.
THE CAIRO LEVEES.
Tho largo attendance at tho Monday
evening meeting, called by the tax payer's
association, should coeonrago, not only the
members of that association, but efl others
.who desire to see the best interests of our
While it may be said that ant mach, if
anything was done jet the meeting flly de
veloped the fact that our citizens are not only
anxious to loo the levees strengthened bat
are ready to co-operate heartily in currying
out the plans that may be agreed upon for
the accomplishment of that important ob
ject; and that they need only to know, as
Mr. Blake expressed it, what to do and the
method of doing it.
It Could not be expected that so large a
meeting could do much ia the way of ee
tual work. The maturing of plans, the d
vising of ways and means must bo entrust
ed to committees who, giving careful and
full attention to suggestions from all
sources, report tbe results of their work to
the body appointing them, for discussion,
adoption modification or rejection.
i Anything lefs than a large meeting, so to
speak, would have boon discouraging tn
thoso of our citizens who have given op
portunity for tho expression of views by
our citizens generally; and I hope that tho
tax payers association, luving wisely led
off in this matter, will sci that it is not al
fuurcd to slumder pr Bleep until tho bct:t
practicable- thing to ho dcuc under tho cir
CUmstnnrci is Ascertained nnd decided upon,
and then vigorously pudxid forward urn
made an accomiilHhed fact.
Withy our permission, Mr. Editor, I will
in our Thursday or Friday morning's is
sue, set forth, somewhat Ht large, coriain
facts and information relative to tho levees
around our city. I will do so, not with any
view or desire of creating controversy, and
certainly not in tho interest of any one, bat
the public at huge. Aecurate mi l full in
formal iou ia what wo need; and especially
eo if i.ny important action is takeu by eur
dt7.. us Or by our city government.
Our levies Aro ccarcely second in im
portaneu to the irmund or site upon which
our city is built. The latter without tho
former is worthies, at least for the purpose
of a town or city.- Wit hoiu levees thero
could be no town hern. Wi'h tut levees,
absolutely secure iu wi'ith, height and
strength there can be nothing hero but a
small town or city with its hopea and feats
annually rising and subsiding wiih the
11 ds of these rivers. Tho recent danger to
ur city was not as grot omu persons
h va stated or reported it to have Ixien ; but
the situation was such, at It a-t for a few
days, ns to n quire u to put the levocs in
mch condition f as that such a flood in
the livers as we luvj just had, would not
causu trie least uneasiness, no owe
this duty to ourselves, our people, our
fmi!i'S,our business all theso are hern
and it becomes u to sec that such protec
tion is furnished a will guarantee us
against all the contingencies of tho rising
waters of these rivers, which for all time to
come niu.t rise and fall . as the seasons
March 7, 188J.
Jons M. LassDF.K.
NEW YORK FASHIONS.
ITUtVl STVI.KS NKW IIAT AND noSNKTS
AsnitTii; coums-H'uixo matciiui-s
VMHIlfcl.LAS AT A UIM'Ol'KT.
Wl'cn tore take an umbrella my fair lady
when your new summer hat will spread out
a radius almost s extended? Certainly
if you do carry one, it is needod not so
much tu shelter yourself as that bit of fem
inine variety which ymi will wear smiie-
mes on the top of your head; wnutimrs
falling back blithe halo of a pictured
ssint ; sometimes having the broad brim
untied this way, that way ami every other
imaginable way. Since formidable in size
as the winter hats have been, llnweofthe
summer will bo still more- so. The pic-ture-qu"nes
too, of wide felts and feath
er will now bi' from the nature of thing,
excelled by that of straws and flowers. But
pray rernenilicr (hit Iain now ad Iressin
mv ii'm youth'ul friends; not tho very
youthful cxelu-ively. lint those wlioso faces
are t:ill in u first r'n-aliueM. Where trsces
of time npp"ir while yet something fanci
ful is winded for; the p ike com js in accep
tably and n w xeno to rie higher and
higher. Within you can 'wear your hair in
an ecataoy of 10 t'u t'C flutfines if ymi
wind, for with tins broad brim rood lints and i
tho pakes, tjosj renmrVaole front picas
For the largo class of ladies who de
sire something nnnbtrusive. we find all
in' nrier ef moderate sized nhapes Uith in
bats nnd bonnets, while in the latter, an )
lmportnnt position is as-iunei the little
catmtea which really seem na if they rover
would go out tif fashiou.
In millinery of all kinds, the
are very noticeable. W de, narrow brim
me ), itll are eonittantlv dtcd in some new
shade chielly red, green, olive and brmz',
with some hing of garnet, while of "yI
lery," theru is no end. Not yellow if we
except Lughorus, but yellowish; many of
fhem looking as if they had been hanging
out on a pole all winter in some cornfield
and wero now gathered in tor our bells to
wear. 'Tis Mr Oscar Wildo and his col
leagues who have done all this, (theso
shades are d ar to aesthetic hearts) they
it is who have brou.ht about tho .remarka
ble prominenco of green and 'tis to . them
that wo owe the existnnce of red hats in
summer, not tn say the immensely picture
sque possibilities of a broad brimmed, red
bar, set at tho right angle on tho right sort
ol a young lady's Lead at the right time
and place and with (ho right kind of a cos
tume. I can only say to the masculines
of all descriptions "Boware." As a hint
to my lady friends, will remark, that I
have eo often repeated the adjective "right,"
because if a mistake should be made ami
tho wrong sort of a beauty should wear ono
at the wrong time, what a terrible wrong it
would be. ..Esthetic colore have likewise
The family of ginghams will lie a
numerous one, whilo for dressier cotton
goods, batiste and satin vso with each
other. A most charming novelty is batiste
in plain colors chiefly some delicate
shades, having wide border of embroidery
on ono side of tho breadth and a narrower
one for tho corsngo nnd sleeves. This idea
r of embroidery extends to fine wools where
lovely outfits will show embroidery of silk,
tisaally self colored but sometimes In con
trasts. Furthermore us this cmhroidey
though flue, is done by machine, it will pot
bo very expensive,
Among tho rctnnrknbta discoveries of
science iu the application of miiguetisni
none aro of so great importance ns those
niadu by our best physicians. Thero ia
vesreu atiy disease that may-" not bo bene-
fitted or turod by taignetism and bow (
apply most effectually this invaloable agen
cy, may be seen in tho "Wilsonia" Magnetic
corset, manufactured by Thomas, Lungdon
& Co., puteotees of the well known glovo
fitting corsets nnd one of our most rellabio
firms. Remarkable cures have been effect
ed, especially in cases of nervous prostra
tion and general debility, ,ico the Curront
of electricity flowing from, the.bodv, is
rutaioedj thm converting such currents in
to a reaorvoir of magnetism which most x0
sult in elasticity 0r muscle and genera) in
vigoration of the system. Trice re ff,
!3an.l $15 per pair according to the nnm-'
bcr of clock sprlnk steel magnets, ranging
from 50 to 300 each, which ar tnti...j
each pair of corsets,
CIOAll. ' Vv-
ron Hit tsr
: iRtu oatr.
GRAND DRAMATIC EVENT.
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Is tUtlr anlp-) anit naetceptluoal enttrtaia
Asd Cioipsny of iWt
.a Tonnm-mn' run. m SlirUi punuUaf t'.i
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ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLE
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARX
axl Kixoa or job woai donk to obdxb
NO. 97 EIGHTH STREET.
COAL, WOOD ICR
P M. WARD,
WOOD, COAL and ICE,
by the Toa or Car LoaddMlversd la any part ef the
"WOOD OF ALL KIKDS.
t it a r.lrt at my Wood aa Coal Ofllct.
FLOUR, GRAIN A5D HAT
highest C&Hh Price Paid for Wheat.
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