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THE DAILY 0AIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 0, 1882.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
;n: Bollttta BmUdlac, Washington ambus
,; -.v h CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
MTBBKD AT TBI POST orriCI IN CAIBO, IL
UHOI1, AS BBOOND-CUM MATTER.
iUOiAX PAPER OF CITT AND OOCNTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Hoticet tu tbla eoloran, oignt cenu par tine for
Iratandflv cenu par no een (utequeui uuer
lion. Kor on work, 30 contt per lino, for one
mouth, (W cant per lino.
- Washington avenue, corner Seventh
Blroot Good day board at reasonable
ratos. Meal, tickets . for transient board
ers. Mrs. Phil K. Howard.
Second story of building at corner of
Fourteenth street and Washington avenue,
known as the Phillips building. Desir
able location for boarding house. Also
obs store room on first floor in the same
building. Apply at the saloon at tho cor
ner. N. K. Groe.
Two story brick house on 20th street. The
key can be found at Mr. Whitaker's in the
Clourt-House Hotel neit door.
8t Jacob Kline.
Fob Rent. Cottage on 10th Btreet. Ap
ply to Mrs. Fitzgerald, Bulletin building.
Rooms, furnished or unfurnished on sec
ond floor of Tub Bclletih building. Ap
ply, up stairs, Mrs. Fitzgerald.
i For Sale.
First class saddle and buggy horse, with
cood buggy, sintrle harness, saddle and
bridle; all in first class order. Apply at
The Aubcry property, corner Twenty-
Becond and iiol brook avenue. Cheap to a
M. J. Howley, Real estate agent.
Fob Rent. Sherman House, two story
brick, 18 rooms and 2 halls, east side Com
mercial ave., between Fourth and Fifth
streets. Apply on promises Mrs. Mc
Cormack. Notice to Consumers of Ice.
My wagons wTll run through the season
delivering ice to all parts of the city. I
have also an ice box on Eighth street at J.
Walters' and at my office on Tenth street,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may be left. A share of your bus
iness is solicited and orders will receive
prompt and caretul attention.
Geo. W. Si'Enck,
ICE! IUEII ICE!!!
TO ICE CONHUMBU9.
I am now prepared to furnish ice, both
at wholesale and retail (in any quantity),
to all parts of the city, or for steamboats
or general shipment. Orders should be
addressed to Jacob Kloe, cor. 8th and Ohio
levee, or given to the drivers of wagons.
Office open day and night. Jacob Klek.
Foil Rent Store room formerly occu
pied by Frank McKnight Under photo
graph gallery on 6th street. Apply to L.
II. Phelts, photographer.
Women are everywhere using aud
recommending Parker's Ginger Tonic, be
cause they have learned from experience
that it speedily overcomes despondency,
Indigestion psin or weakness in the tmck
and kidneys, and other troubles peculiar to
the sex. Ilouie Journal. See adv.
Hid last Dose.
Said a sufferer from kidney troubles,
when asked to try Kidney-Wort. "I'll try
it but it will be my last dose." The man
got well, and is uow recoiumenditrg the
remedy to all.
When derangement of the stomach acts
upon the kidneys and liver bringing dis
ease and pain, Kidney-Wort is the true
remedy. It removes the cause and cures
tho disease. Liquid (very concentrated) or
dry act equally efficiently. Am. Cultivator.
A Popular Tonic
FOE WEAK LUK08 AND CONSCMITION.
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Colds, Bore Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in tho incipient or advanced
stages of un! disease, has ever met with the
indorsements of physicians or patients as
tho celebrated "Tolu, Itock and Rye." The
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
menta. Letters and testimonals from every
qusrter of the country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and hoaling effects, are in
possession of the proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince the most skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnocesHary and super-
nuoui, u a insi oi una article, Having a
pleasant taste and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are all) ic ted or pining
away who pulmonary weakness oi tho re
lief to be secured by the use of Tolu, Ruck
ana Kye.iumcago Times.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
VotteM Is taM oointaM, ua tenia per Una.
ataMriloB. Marked ""'
! Window shades all styles and prices at
Jeff Clark's. tf
Justice J. H. Robinson united Mr
Henry Trimble and Miss Skipworth, both
tit thiicity, in thoboly bonds of wedlock
Mouldings and picture frames at Jeff
The case rofcrrod to Sunday as on Iho
docket is tiie Sullivan-Fraser case vs. the
People. Summorwell, principal witness,
we are satisfied there is nothing in the case
A report circulated yesterday that
Miss Edith Martin was afflicted with vano
loid was untrue. The young lady was un
well Sunday, but was all right again last
Mr. Joseph Ronecker has had an
artist at work in his saloon at the corner of
Eighth street aud Commercial avenue, and
it is now one of the most beautiful, places
of business in the city.
A desirable location for a boarding
house, the second story ot the Phillips
building, at the southeast corner of Four
teenth street and Washington avenuo, is
advertised for rent in special locals by Mr.
The theunometer ranged between
fifty-eight and eighty-two in tho northwest
yesterday. Rain was reported as follows:
Cincinnati, 1-100 Pittsburg, 21-100; St.
Paul, 8-100; Yankton, 19-100. The wind
aud rain storm which prevailed here for
about half an hour last night was prophe
sied by sergeant W. II. Ray about an hour
Sunday night, by the presence of mind
of Mrs. Scarrctt, what might have been a
serious fire in the Mothodist parsonage, was
prevented. Mrs. Scarrett camo home about
8:30 o'clock, just as the wind and rain
storm began. The windows in the house
were open and a lamp was burn
ing in one of the rooms. Upon
Mrs. Scarrett's entrance the flame
was burning out of the top of the chimney
and there were strong indications of a
:rabubie explosion. Mrs. Saarrett threw
the lamp out of a window and thus, ex
The Bulletin office needs a water
tank, and its manager would like to ascer
tain how much cash would be required to
build it. Said tank to be not less than 8
feet in diameter, nor less than 8 feet high;
only first class gilt-edged cypress lumber,
2 inches thick, to be used. In addition. to
tho building the tub, when done or before
it is done, will have to be elevated 30 feet
or else placed on top of a house. Will a
few of the tank building fraternity furnish
the above information with tho understand
ing thHt they or one of them will do the
woikat the best figures offered and com
plete the job within ten days?
The departure of Messrs. Ed James,
Morrison and Will Cook yesterday, in their
sail-boat, for New Orleans and way points,
was witnessed by a large crowd of their
friends and acqaintances who bad gathered
on whaiHoat No. 2. They had supplied
themselves with an oil stove and a few
cooking utensils, and also a good variety
of provisions, canned fruits, meats, etc.
Another sail-boat, containing several friends
of the departing trio, was also in readineBS.
Both honts started out under a good breeze,
and were given a farewell cheer by tho
crowd. Tho accompanying boat con
tained Messrs. Phil Saup, Max Black and
Herman Myers, and went 83 far as Wick
liffe, where a final parting was taken. Mr.
Will Cook goes as far as Memphis.
In a letter to Mr. Wood Rittenhouse
received yesterday, Col. Charles Hamilton,
superintendent of the St. Louis and Cairo
railroad, in which that gentleman Bays, in
reply to the last letter ofthe sub-committeeof
five, that he and President Whitehousc will
be in this city during this week, and con
fer with the sub-committee concerning the
proposition last submitted. It is possible
to settle all matters at issue between these
gentlemen and tho city council fairly in a
half hour's consultation, and.it may be that
the gentlemen will bo disposed to
treat the sub-committee's last proposition
will bo acceptod. Tho committees' threat
to abandon further mediation if tho
propositions were not accepted has proba
bly contributed something toward inducing
Messrs. Hamilton and WhitehouBe resolvo
to have the matter finally settled.
A negro who had been in the employ
of Mr. Pat Fitzgerald for some time, was
taken sick several days ago and was sent
to the hospital. There it was discovered
that his ailment was small-pox, and ho was
treated accordingly. Yesterday morning
while delirious with fever, escaped from
tho hospital, and, bare-footed and bare
headed, camo down Commercial avenue to
Mr. Fitzgerald's saloon, creating great ex
citement among people on the streets as he
went. As soon as possible Chief Myors was
telephoned for, snd he arrived in a few
minutes. Tho chief tried to pursuade tho
negro to walk hack to tbohoBpital, but ho
refused and it was necessary to hire a horse
and wagon, and two men who had had tho
disease, to place tho poor fellow in the
wagon and hold him down whilo ho was
being driven back to tho hospital. The
readiness with which everybody made
way for tho wild looking specimen of
black humanity was amusing.
Pursuant to announcement tho com
mittees of the fivo fire companies and tho
MjBtic Krew, appointed for th purpose of
conferring with one another concerning tho
advisability of combining to celebrate tho
coming Fourth of July, mot at tbo hall of
tho Mystic Krew Sunday afternoon at two
o'clock. Every organization was represent
ed. Mr. Charles Mbbou WHS Lliu'tml r-dnir-
man, oad Mr. Claude Winter, secretary.
Tho matter entrusted to them was thor
oughly 'disclosed. A number of those
present had 'Wen actlye parts in the cele
brations of former years, and were able to
speak intelligently and authoritativoly upon
all sides of the questions raised. , After an
hour's deliberation it was decided that tho
celebration should bo had ; that it Bhould
bo fully as brilliant as any previous cele
bration, and that all the organizations
there represented should tako an active
part in it, and each bear an equal share of
the expense. It was decided to hold the
celebration at St. Mary's park if it can be
obtained for tliat purpose from tbo city
council, and that a grand street
parado shall be one of the
features of tho . occasion. It was
also decided that a committoe shall be ap
pointed whose duty it shall be to call upou
the citizens and business men for the pur
pose of raising five hundred dollars, to as
sist in defraying the enoriuouj expenses of
the brilliant celebration. The expenses of
last year's celebration was over fifteen hun
dred dollars; this year's shall be grander
if passible and will cost
at loast the same amount
Last yoar five hundred dollars were con
tributed by the citizens and tho balance was
made up by the several organizations which
inaugerated and managed the afftir. One
reason why it may bo expected that this
year s celebration tor the same amount of
money will be more successful than last
year s was, is that the festivities will not
be interrupted on the great day by so ter
riDie a tragedy as nuea tne land witn Bor
row on the second of last july at least there
is no reason to believe that there will bo a
repetition of tho terrible event there could
not be from a stalwart stand point, because
there was but one Garfield, he is no more;
there was but one Gniteau, he is under the
shaddow of the gallows. Another reason
why the celebration should be and very
likely will a be greater event than it was lust
year is that we will have two additional
railroad?, which will bring to us people who
formerly could not come. The celebration
should by all means be had and the citi
zens should and will help liberally those
who undertake the task of managing it.
the companies will take the reports of the
committees under consideration during this
week aud their favorable action is anxious
ly looked for.
Mrs. A. T. DeBaun presented her hus
band last Sunday with a bouncing boy, of
which the parents are both justly proud.
The Rough and Ready fire company had
an unusually interesting meeting at its en
gine house last night. The new officers who
were elected last week, Monday, were in
stalled with impressive ceremony and sub
sequent feasting and merry-nuking.
The new officers were: Mr. Herman
Meyers, presidont; Woi.Schatze, vice presi
dent; F. Bross, treasurer; F. W. Cherry,
secretary, and Charles Frank, Sr., captain.
The new board of directors consists of
Messrs, Wm. Bchatze, Charles Cunningham,
John A. Poor, Charles Frank and George
After the usual installation ceremony a
splendid feast was purtaken of, toasts and
little speeches were indulged in and a gen
eral good time had during nearly half tlt-3
A DARK DEED.
TUIi ASSjUM NATION OP LOUD CAVENDISH,
THE NEWI.Y APPOINTED IRISH MINISTER,
AND UNDER 8IXUETAHY llt'IUH, AT DUB
LIN, ON 8 ATU1DAY.
New York, May ?. The following is
from the Herald of this morning:
Dublin, May 0. A terrible tragedy oc
curred to-night; Lord Frederick Caven
dish, the new chief secretary, and Mr.
Thomas Henry Burke, tho under secre
tary, ware assassinnated in rbcenix park.
About 7:30 o'clock they left tho under
secretary's lodge to walk over to tho chief
secretary's residence to dinner. When
200 yards of tho Phoenix mouument they
were attached by lour men wearing slouch
ed hats. It is supposed that Mr. Burke
was first assailed and stabbed through the
heart. Lord Frederick Cavendish attempt
ed to defend him but he, too, was stabbed
by the assassins. They repeatedly ran
their knives into their bodies of their vic
tims and having
cut tiiieu throats
They got In acar and drove rapidly from
the park by tho Chapelizon gate.
THE DETAILS OK TnE THAOEDY
are as follows A boy named Jacob states
that while birdnesting in the p,irk he saw
about 200 yards from wbero ho was and
close to tho road agroup of men as if
wrestling. Ho thought they were rouglm
and did not pay any attention to them. Ho
then saw two men fall to thti ground and
four others jump on a car and drivo off
toward Chapelizon, which lies in a direction
opposite to the city. They drove at a
rapid paco, and ho could not give any de
scription of the appearance of tho men.
A gentleman named Maguirg and a
friend who wero on bicycles shortly before,
had passed Mr. Burko and Lord Frederick
Cavendish when on their way along tho
main road through tho pork, and on their
return journey they found tho chief secre
tary lying in tho centre of the carriage
way, and Mr J; Burke prusrtate upon
tho pathway, and both gentlemen wero ly
LA ROB TOOLS OP BLOOD.
They informed the police at tho park
gate station of what thoy had seen. The
police at once proceeded to tho scene
the murder and conveyed the bodies
tne nospuai. un examination it was
found that Mr. Burke had rccoivod severs
stabs near the region of tho heart, and his
throat had been cut almost completely
across. His clothes were absolutely satur
ated with blood, and the hemorrhage must
have been tremendous. His clothes wero
alse torn. His gloves had been torn
many places, and his hands bore marks
suggestive of a fierce encounter wiih his
assailants. Lord Frederick did not wear
gloves. Ho had been stabbed in sevcra
places ooout mo cuest. uuo wound was
through the right lung and penetrated
AT TUB TIME
Of the dreadful occurrence the park, as
might be expected on a lavely evening,
was crowded in many places with people
It is a remarkable fact, and one suggesting
that the murderous onslaught must have
been short, terriblo and decisive, that
many persons sitting and walking within
a few hundred yards of where tha bodies
were found heard nothing of tho affair,
Had been made up to 3 gfclock this (Sun
day) morning. All the available force of
constables is out searching for tho aosas
A WISE MOVEMENT.
beveral prominent citizens who have
made the prevailance of contagious diseases
in thiscityasubjectof observation and study
for years past, and have proven to their own
and others' satisfaction that tho principal
cause ofthe introduction pf said disease in
this community is the marine hospital and
tho marino surgeon's office, have taken
steps toward lessening the chances, it may
be said the certainty, of introducing such
diseases through this means in the future.
The gentlemen in question have bad print
ed aud placed on file in the Drincinal
business houses and hotels of tbo city a
petition, addressed to Dr. John
H. Rauch, secretary of tho Illinois State
Board of Health :
Board of Health, asking tho board to use
its influence to have the marino surgeon's
office in this city removed from tho custom
huuse to St. Mary'e hospital. It is accom
panied by maps showing the surroundings
of tho custom house and the hospital, and
the internal arrangement of the former.
It is the intention of tho gentlemen who
have taken this important matter in hand
to have the petitions signed by all the prin
cipal citizens and by all others who may
take an interest in the matter. And in
this they will doubtless be successful, for
there are very few people who have given
the matter any attention, who will not will
ingly cndorse.the sentiments expressed in
the petition. It is eminently proper that
the matter should bo submitted to tho state
board of health, for it is established to
take cognizance of all matters prejudicial to
the health of tho people of tho state, more
especially matters over which municipal
authorities have no control, such as the
custom house tttid its very objectionable
adjunct, the marine hospital.
The object sought to be attained by the
above petition is of the greatest importance
Ij the poople of Cairo regardless of color or
condition. It is nothing less than the re
moval from the most populous centres in
the city of what has been, and will bo as
)iig as it remains whero it is, an almost
certain disseminator in this city of any con
tagious disease which may prevail any
where around us. In the absence of a gov
rnmcnt marine hospital, St. Mary's hospital
has been contracted with to take chargo of
all marino patients. This hos
pital, a every one knows,
occupies a square right across the street
from the Hgh school, Lit. Joseph's church
and Loretto Academy. Within a square of
it is another onvato school and tho court
house and county jail, and within two
squares is tho colored tree school. The
several schools aro constantly crowded
with pupils day after day, tho church at
least every Sunday aud sorao week days
and the court houso is tho resort of people
from all over the county nearly every day.
The six hundred or over young people at
tending the four schools, tho several hun
dred grown people attending the church,
and the largo number of strangers going to
and from the court house, especially now
when court is in session, must all travel tho
same route taken by persons going directly
to or from the hospital, and are all liablo
to unconsciously coins in contact with per
sons on their ways to tho hospital.
Aud if such persons aro afllicted
with any contagious disease, as is
the case with many now, they may com
municate the germs of tho dreadful dis
ease to hundreds of children by simply
passing them on their way to or from the
schools. Whilo it can bo safely said that
no caso of smallpox has so far this season,
originated from tho hospital directly, yet,
there is no telling how many cases wore
the result of exposure to small-pox, afllicted
mariners on their way to the hospital. It
is not claimed that tho mero removal of
the marino station from St. Mary's hospital
would also remove all possibility of con
tagoon from persons going to or from tho
hospital, simply because such removal
would uot prevent all persons aUlictud in
any manner from Booking tho hospital for
refugo and treatment. Hut it la claimed,
and with good reason, that, as about
Of Every Description, from the minutest article up to a
Youth's or Gentleman's Complete Out tit. A large Assort
ment of STRAW HATS AN1) STIFF BRIMMED FEALT
HATS of the latest styles just received.
ADVANTAGES WE HAVE:
uB.:S,IT,',e,lU,Rntit)r of ,Dlcrchandiso we buy to supply our numerous stores.
bLLOND Wo have arnplo capital and are prepared to buy cash down.
THIRD We arc at all times represented in eastern markets by a resident buver
who is always on the lookout. ' ' '
NOW. it is l)V taking nilvnntnrrn nf tln. nnnnrtiinit lis flint n r .
namo such apparently ridiculously low prices. For instance we are sellinir Middlesex
Blue Flannel Suit, each suit bears the ticket with full name Middlesex Co. 10 00 Nono
by Red Silk Mixed Suit at $13.80, worth
..v "uui iv uBiiiitujf uuuursioou iimi wu in d no n hiuuu prom on everything we sell for
that principle by which a merchant can sell goods for less than cost, and still keep store
has never yet been discovered. Come and sco our goods. You will not be importuned'
seventy-five per cent of all patients treated
at the hospital aro marine patients, and as
marine patients have always in years gone
by been the first tobriDg contagion, there
fore, at least 6evcuty-five per cent., and
PEiinAPsall, the danger of contagion from
transient sick people fnroute for the hos
pital would be removed by the removal of
tho marine station from within the city
But this is by no means the worst feature
of tho marine servico in this city. The
location of the marine hospital station, to
which persons afflicted with all manner of
loathsome and contagious diseases wend
their ways through the most populous streets
of tho city, which is in a building closely
surrounded by half a dozen of the princi
pal public institutions aud buildings
in the city, is objectionable
enough certainly; but how much
more objectionable is the location of the
marine surgeon's office, situated in the
post office building which is daily visited
by members of nearly every family in the
city I Tho office is in the second story of
tho builJing and can be reached by the
oplar street entrance, without going
through the poet office corridor. But this
'oplar street entrance, for some unexplain
ed reason, is locked all day, and river men,
in search of the surgeon's office, always
pass through the post office corridor. The
office hours are from 10 a. m. till 1 p. m.
Often may persons afflicted with diseases
be seen lounging upon the post office steps,
or in the post office corridor, or up stairs
n the hall, near the marine office door
Hut a few days ago a river man, afllicted
with varioloid in an advanced state, wait
ed in the hall up stain for over an hour,
while tho employes of the other offices on
the same floor, and persons from the coun
try having business with them, passed to
and fro, uconcious that they were exposing
themselves to a deadly disease. A day be
fore that, another man, also atRictod with
the disease remained in ouu of the
officcs.and made generally at
homo and agreeable, and when
when tho surgion finally camo, tho man
was found to have tho varioloid and was
taken totho hospital. Thus these men, af
ter having exposed half a dozen or more
employes of tho custom house
and perhaps a hundred citi
zens in the post-otuce ,to tho conta
gion with which thoy thomsclves aro afllic
ted, aro hustled off to the hos
pital in going to which
they may conic in contact with a score or
moro of children on their way to or from
the schools, or people going to and from
tho churches or court house.
Tho history of contagious diseases in
this city proves conclusively that tho marin
ers havo been the chief cause of tho intro
duction of the diseases here. As stated
in tho petition, the origin in this city of
small-pox in 1873, and tho yellow fever
of 1878, wero both directly traceable to
marino patients brought hero for treatment
by tho marino surgoon ; and this year thcro
wero twenty-three cases of small-pox, all
marines, befaro tho first caso broko out in
the city, which may bo looked upon as
roof of tho city's natural freedom from
conditions tavorablo to the development of
the diseases, and of tho power of tho agen
cies against which it had to contend. It is
to bo hoped that the petitions will be
numerously signed and that the state board
of health will successfully use its influ
ence to havo tho maiine hospital, station
and tho surgeons offico removed to a point
moro convenient to the river and as far as
wssiblo removed from tho populous por
tion of tho city. Marine Surgion Carter
imsolf admits that tho present condition
of things is objectionable and, not only very
prejudicial totho wolfaro of tho commun
ity, but also inconvenient to river men. Ho
would much rather have bis offico and tho
hospital located near the river, than to
havo it as now, eleven squares away from
the nearest genera! wharfbout. The gentle
men who have tho matter in hand havo
gono about it in tho proper and most prob
ably effectual way, and if thoy havo tho
assistance of tho rfeoplo, which hoy no
doubt will havo, thoy will accomplish their
19.00. We do not sell goods tor less E lt
J. BTJUGER & BRO,
At Pcilaco Clothing House,
108 Commercial Avenuo.
V.'aa el'itd by s majority of too tlioutHnd votci
to bo tho fluent 5c. clr In Iho market.
ONE NIOIIT ONLY.
O R I G I N A L
BIG til BIG
THE GREATEST. II IE
REST. THE MOST
J. S. SHErPARD,
tJjrRoserved &-at now on file at Din Hartmnn'a
Parquet and I'arqn.-t l lrcle..... 75c.
Waller j . .......
No extra chargo for reserved seat.
BY THE LADIES OF THE EPISCOPAL
iMiiy j. tin, loey
AT UAHTMAN 8 HALL.
CTRAWBEHKIE3, ICK CHKAM, CAKE, FUUT
1. Bonat rathetlqiii '. Beethoven-
2 Operetta. Extract oi Oi.ora p. Root
; '!""" Jl'" amiu vorna......hopraDO
J'rinca Mr. Parana. Tenor
lry Mli I'itchor Alto
Tim K V.I V - nll t.
3. Indrntnental duot, from Taonlmuoor. . Wagnor
-Minuet Bill and Clara Kobbiiia.
4. May 1'ole Circle and Fancy Dance
djt rruiL-wor -nanon puplit,
wmmn i tfi cknth.
RS. 9. WILLIAMSON. '
Wholesalo and lietail
HKVENTD 8TKBT, CAIBO, ILLS.
Country Town that aha will WUOLK8AL8
OOOD3 AS CHEAP a they can bo boueht In any
city, and It will bo to tho Interest of all when In
town to call and examine nor utoclr, all of which
mwisTD.ni urn -iist 01 lk ror the Hummer
5?a.!VB. A,,u' fun line of NOTIONS AND NOV
BOARD: 18.00 PER WEEK.
SPECIAL KATES ...
rout OTOl.lt, ALLEN SPHINUD, POP! CO. DA.
DIXON 8PHINOH am ultnnteit In a iDOr of tho
Ozark Monntalna, ten mile from (Wconda and
fourloen tnllu from Vli'oua, In boantirnl valley
eurroumlodhy high clllTa.
Tho tRMiory la uuenrDat "ed and the water li
tronff with minora! proportloa. No. I la atrong
w.id iron, wo. u wnn mavncaia, uipn vr ana iron- a
froo n ku of the water hiia proved an unfailing remii.
(ly for Dyapcpala, Jaundice, Liver , Complaint,
Kidnoy auVctloim and Chronic Diarrhoea. At a
tar. being nmet, tocluded and cool, freo from dut
lind inomitmooi. fluanoa from first of Juno to Qrat
ol December. JOB. B. J.SMHN,