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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAlKO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1882.
Mayor-N. II. Thistlewood.
Treasurer-T J . Kerth.
tJliirK DrUIUS. J, Foley.
I'onunulor Win. li. Gilbert.
Msralial-L. H. Meyers,
Attorney William Hendricks.
BOillU Of ALlilHalN.
Kirst War 1-Wio.Mc Hale. T. M. Kliahrotuh.
beroiid Ward- Je.se llmkle, C. N. Utihea.
Third Ward-H. K, HUWo. Jolm Wood.
Fourth Ward-Usrles O. Putter, Adolph Bwo-
.'"(flfi'h Ward-T. W. rUUId&y, Knieet B. Pettit.
Tin nil .1 i ! i; I). I tinker.
(Irc.iit Clerk A, II. Irvln.
'oulil J iiduo It. ri Yocuiu.
.('utility C'lurlt-8. J. Ilumm.
Couuty Attorney-J . M. Oamrnn.
founty Treasurer-Miles W. Parker.
Oiruiior II. Kiir-jwralrt
Count Commissioners T. V. 1111. day, J.
lithb tthd rUif r-aup.
CU1HO liUTtHT. -Corner Tenth end Poplar
smuts; preaching firm nd third Sundays In
:'i month. II a. m. nd7:Aiii. u ; prayer meet
, Thursday. 7:p. 8d., school
llll.'KCH OF rnB KKIJIt BMK K Hpi'"')Pi)
I I l...irlji
ve.nth street; buniay t:uos ni , noiy
L....k. .i.i. u-iiia m Mnnrliitf Nrhmil : U-OOam
r.i. Hill ir , it . . . . . ..
M'iritttitf Piayers; H;iKip. m., Evening Prayers. F.
T linvciiport, H T. B. Hector.
IMIT .MISSIONARY HAPTIHT CHt'KCU.
V Pr-a. 1. tiiif al III:) a. n... p. m., and 7:) p. m.
.,t.ili ).'"! - 7: p. ni H. T. J. Hhores,
I t i HI-.KAN -Thlrmeuth I'mrti serel-ee Sab
J 4 i I ft a. oi ; Sunday school J p. m. Re?.
tii -i' !-, 'r.
M'c.riliiDIsT C"r. Rlifhth and Weiuot streets.
Hr-n'-lili.e Ssbhstb ll:). m. and 7:) p.m.
miikKv m li'jiil at . p m Kev. J. A. Starrett,
!)!(!. IIVTEUIAN -KlRtith street; preaching on
J SljU'.b t 11:') . in. nd 7:30 p. ra; prayer
, mi,. Wr.liim.Ur at 7:lp. in.; Sunday 8cbol
it 3 . m. Kr b. V. Jeore, puioi.
.lo-Kl'U h -iHomen Catbolle) corner iron
J n-.i. ... ........... ...rvtrM Hahhtth 10:SOa.
n.; t 'inlay Im.IiuiiI l p. m.; vnoon u. m. ,
ni . ovrrj dr At i. m. K. O'Uari. Priest.
ST. I'A DU K HKoain t'tliollc) Corner Ninth
rr-ii i.d WMhlngton mnn; rlcw 8b
u:li 5 and 1U m ; Veperi I p. m.', 8nndy School
t . tu. . rvlcm ery dy at I a m. Re. Mitstron
11. It. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL H. K.
TKIIKI litMM. THAN ARRITf .
Mull .. 8 0ja.m
i Vtll 4:K1 a.m
Aftom'ilation.ll :H) a m
1 Kn.ri-i-i :);.' pm
Rxore ..ll:10a. in
I Accmdatton .4:15 p m
u t . u I'irVrKll R M
Mnl! 4 SJa m I Mull :W p.m
Kjptet 10:15a ml tKzprt-M 11:30 am
ST. L. C K. K (Narrow Gauge )
Rxpror 10:35 a.m I Riprap 4:SSp.m
Accum'datlou. 1 ri p.m I Accom'datoln li:01 p.m
ST. L., I.M. S. K R.
Expn.. ll::ip.m I tEipren 2:50 p m
tAccom onion. :30p.m I tAccom'dation 11:45 a.m
WABASH, ST. LOL'IS PACIFIC K'T CO.
Mall 4 K .... 4 44 via Mall ft Ex.... f.'iip m
Duly eicopt Bunday. t Uallj.
mobile JtonioH k;
Mai! -..6:V.a. m. I Mail -....8:50 p. m.
ExprrKii H:Uia. m. Riprnea ....:W) p. to,.
gT. LOUIS k CAIRO K. R.
TRAINS HUN AS FOLLOWS.
Expren and Mail leavo. Cairo, every day except
Banday. at lu:i a. m. Arriv.a 4:35 p. m.
Accommodation arrivea at 12:0S p. m. and at
parte at 1:) in-
g ELECT SCHOOL.
Walnut St , near 12th.
SUMMERTERM, from July 5, 12 weeks
FALL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
TUITION FOH TEKM
Comtuuu School. Academic and Commrrcial
II ION H Y l-'LOYI), Teacher.
QEOUGE II. LEACH, M. I
Phvsiciau and Surgeon.
Spi-cUl atteution puld to the Homnopathlc treat
mrnt of urulcl diaoasue, an diifaKO" of women
and children. . .,,,.
omc: onUth atreet, oppuelte the Poat Office,
J-JH. W. C. JOCKLVN,
OFFU'K Klehth Street, near Comperfflal Atbhum
H. E. AV. WHITLOCK,
urrit'i No, IS Commercial Avenue, between
Kghtb and Ninth Street
PROPRIETOR OF SFROAT'B PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICK BY THE CAR LOAD OR T0N,WELI
r')KED FOR SHIPPING
Oar .Loads a Specialty,
Cor, Twelfth Street and Leree,
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from (he choicest Fruitt, with
out coloring, poieonoue oil, acidt or artific
ial Essences. Alwnys uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qual.
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, IlL, and St. Louie, Mo.,
Iitm f I..1..II. ThU Htm; Dr. Prlw. frwa Baklti
Inw, a4 Dr. rrlr'. laln PartUM.
WE MAKE NO SECOND ORADECOOD8.
120 Rroalway, New York,
of any Life Insurance Company
IN THE WORLD.
lit alone iiane
rtlpnlattug that the contract of lninrance "fhall
uot be dliimed'' after it la three yeve old,
and that such policies shall be
on receipt of iatiafactory proofs of death.
Its policy le clear and concise, and contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. B. READ YOUR POLICIES. Compare lliu
short and simple form need by the Equitable with
he lonu aud obscure contracie tnatien aowiiv.nu
technicalities Issued by other companies I
Its CASH RETURNS
to poller holders are
N. B. Seo the many letters from policy holdws
xpreasing their gratincauon wun me returns iron
thotrTottTiN Saving Fund Poucnts.
Becauae of its
Assets Securely Invested
Surplag 8ecurely Invested, nearly
E. A. BURNETT, Atfent,
Offlca, corner 12th and WashlngtoB,
November iH, Isai.mMw
CHICAGO MARKET ItEPOKT
COKHEC'TED DAILY BY CIIAS. CUNNING
!:3 I'. M Aiigueti!!, Ufi.
AiiKiiiit. S'lptenitnT. October.
I'ork $ t-l S5 1-1 51
Wbiat M irr'i
I'oru Wt 79
OatH 41 :W
l.:30 P. M.
Pork ( f i M :Vt
Corn TSi 7 V, 73
Out. U'4 :yt
'i-M P. M. ChiMM.'.
I'ork nSi t:'A 2l n:,y
Wheat 1 o-J'i m '.)H
Corn 75 , 7.'.' 74
Outa 41'iG.'i 1 , 8,r.S
W. P. Lamuoim, rlvnr editor of a'liu Itui.l.TH
and itca.nlxjit punnaT a -nt. Orderi for all
ktiulaof etanibit J )b punting eoliclled. OlDce
at Planter llotel, No. 64 Ohio leveu.
HT AO KH OK THK HIV Kit.
The river marked by tliegnuyclas even.
hif ftt 4 o'clock at ttiin rt H feet 8
iuchcB and falling.
Pittsburg, .Vug. 21 0 j. m River 15
inches and lalliug.
Cincinnati, Aug. 210 p. m. River U
feet (5 inches and falling
Louisville, Aug. 210 p. ui. River G
feetO inches and falling.
Nashville, Aug. 210 p.m. River 7 feet
0 inc h and rising.
St. Louis, Aug. 210 p.m. River 12 feet
5 iuctmand falling.
The J. II. Hillman left for Nashville yes-
terday at 12 o'clock.
The John B. Maud from Memphis ar
rived jestesterday morning at 9 o'clock.
She had a good trip and departed at 0:30
for St. Luis.
Yesterday was a regular old fashioned
summer day, and business was only mod
erate on the wharf.
Beezen Stroud from St, Louis passed
through Cairo, Monday, for his home in
aducab where he goea to visit friends
and relatives. Beezen is well known to
many of our river boys.
The Guiding Star is advertised to leave
Cincinnati, Saturday 20th iust, for New or-
The rarisC. Brown from Cincinnati is
duo here to-morrow for New Orleans.
Capt. Alex. Halliday commands.
Tbo Vint Shinkle is duo here early to
morrow morning for Memphis. See W. F.
Lambdin and get y.tur tickeU.
The Jas W. Gaff from Memphis arrived
lore Sunday night at 10 o'clock. She had
a light trip of freight, but a Urge Dumber
of passengers. She added 23 people to
her register and departed at 10:30 p. m.
The Gus Fowler is the reliable U. S. M.
daily packet from Paducah to Cairo and
arrivea every evening promptly at 2:30,
connecting with the trin9 here going
noith, south, east and west, leaving hero
at 5 p. in., and connecting with the Pa
ducah & Memphis, and Ohio & Chesapeake
railroads for Cincinnati and Louisville,
next morning, at Paducah. Passengers go
ing via steamer Fowler can make connec
tion with the above loads and have a good
nights rest on board this pleasant and rapid
packet; arriving fresh next morning for
railroad travel. Railroad or no railroad,
the Fowler will always be indispcHsible as
a daily packet from Paducah to Cairo.
The traveling men who have been latigued
by along tedious rail ride will always
avail themselves of the comforts provided
by thu popular craft, conducted by officers
who are most assiduouH in attending the
wauta and comforts of their guests. No
boat on the western w aters win boast of
better taro than the powler provides. If
you want to go to Louisville by rail, go to
Paducah on tho Fowler and take tho Ohio
& Chesapeake, which is the beBt and de
cidedly tho molt pleasant routo.
The City of Vicksburg passed down
Suuday night for Vicksburg. She had a
Tho Andy Baum leavos Memphis this
eveniugforCincmnati, arriving hero early
Thursday morning. Passengers going up
the Ohio can fiud W. F. Lambdin, her
agent, at his ofllce, 54 Ohio lovue. Ho will
lurnish you with tickets at roducod rates.
The Memphis ami Ohio .river packet
company composed of tho followiug boats:
Jas. W. Gaff, Vint Shiukle, Andy Baum,
and Cona Millar have inaugurated a sys
tem of excursions which will bo undoubt
edly popular. That is excursionists leaving
Memphis can go up to any point until they
meet a down boat, transferring and return.
Suuday night tho Gaff had qulto a number
of the Bluff City's society puoplo ou board.
The Andy Ilium will also havo quite a
number on board this trip.
'The John Gillmore passed down for New
Orloans Sunday night. , She had several
barges in tow loaded with wheat.
Sunday night last was made hideoua by
the unusual and unnecesessurry frequency
of Btenmboat whistles which blew, and
blew, until the whole levee was in a 'hell
of a stew," to know what to do,
to abolish the incessant blasts
which seemed outrageously boisterous.
The prospect for a low stage of water in
the Ohio uud Mississippi is more flattering
now than lor some months past.
dpt. W. J. Turner who sold the S.lver.
thorn to Capt. Harmon and others a Nash
ville is now at Jefforsonville having a stern
wheel boat built for the Cairo and New
Mailt id trade.
The Golden Crown from New Orleans is
on her way up for Cincinnati.
The John S. llopkins went into the Cum
berland river, Sunday, and met tho Hill
man, received a ltro lot of iron from her,
which she took to Evansvillo.
The Memphis and Ohio river packet
company are talking of purchasing tho
three large sidewheel steamers, Fleetwood,
Hostona and Telegraph, which are all noted
for speed, style, comfort and commodious
accommodation. If such be the case, the An
chor line boys can well look to their laur
els. Capt. Alf. Cutting, of Metropolis, who
has been to St. L mis on business concern
ing his ship yard, was in the city yesterday
and left for his home on the Fowler.
The Henry L.iurey broke her shaft near
Plumb Point on her way up with a load of
empties which she left at the point. Sho
arrived here yesterday noon, patched up
temprirarely and left for St. Louis, where
she will have a new shaft made.
Thu Sto. Genevieve for Memphis is due
here this evening.
The City of Providence leaves St. Louis
this evening for Vicksburg.
Capt. Woolfork, of Louisville, passed
through Cairo Sunday night went up on
Mr. Lsrn Gray one of the pilots of tho ill
fated Gold Dust was reported dying yester
day at St. Louis from the injuries received
by the explosion of that steamer.
Weight of the Human Brain.
Lately M. Taul Topinard has reviewed
the reeurches of Broea regarding the
weight of the brain in the human species.
The figures obtained by Broca and tho
author appear to indicate that excessive
weight is no prinia-faeio evidence of
great intellectuality. Even the ponder
ous brain of Cuvier, which weighed 1,
820 grammes, is considered to be due in
no Miiall di'givo to tho well-attestod
presence of fiydroceplrilus during the
infancy of the great naturalist. The
mean weight of the brain of men is 1,
82o grammes, and of women 1,142
grammes, the greatest weight among
the former being attained generally be
tween the ages of 3d and 3i, and among
the latter at a somewhat earlier period.
After tho ago of .r.i the diminution is
very rapid, and the loss at the ago of
SO reached from luu to 2o0 grammes.
These figures must, however, be accept
ed with great caution. Most of the ob
servations were made on the heads of
persons who had died in hospitals, and
who were presumably more or less af
fected with brain disease. There are
noexisting tablesdetermining the differ
ence of the weight of the brain among
mentally sound persons belonging to th
two distinct classes of those engaged in
intellectual pursuits and those who ob
tain a living by manual labor.
The raanv deaths from pneumonia the
present and past season may render a
few words about it of interest. Bron
chitis is nn inflammation of the mucous
vuinhrani' of the bronchial tulvs; pneu
monia is that of the sithstamx of the air
cells and bronchioles the minuter ram
ifications ending in the cells. If tho
bronchial tubes, with their larger divi
sions, may be likened to the trunk and
branches of a tree, tho bronchioles and
air cells may bo likened to its twigs and
Pneumonia is essentially a fever which
specially affects the lungs, as typhoid
fever specially affects thu glands of tho
intestines. U more commonly attacks
the lower lohe of the right lung, and
may bo confined to it, or may extend
successively to tho middle and tho up
per lobes, and to the left lung. The
physician can easily ascertain its loca
tion and extent.
The lobe attacked iH first, engorged
(congested) with blood; this Is the first
stage of tho disease. It then becomes
solidified; this is the second stage. Tho
third is that of convalescence, or of
death. In convalescence tho exuded
matter, which had filled tho cells and
bronchioles, is absorbed, and the lungs
resume their function; in fatal, cases
simpuriition takes place.
I'lio attack generally begins abruptly
with a chili nod shivering, followed soon
by pleuritio puin. Tim matter expec
torated is at first rather scanty, but lat
er becomes sticky and of a "rusty hue.
Tho tinio from the attack to convales
cence, or death, varies from u few days
to about three weeks. In some cases
persons have died almost instantly from
suffocation, having been previously
The most common exciting causo Is
exposure. It la1 more prevalent and
more fatal nt tho South, especially
among tho colored people. In tins htti
1udo Its chief prevalence Is In tho win
ter and spring months, but especially in
May. Recovery is the rule, if the dis
ease is uncompficoted, and the patient
has a fair constitution and is not eufoo
bled. YoutVi Companion.
u m a ian.
Don't Be Alarmed
at Bright'Disease, Diabetes, or any disease
of the kidneys, liver or urinary organs,
as imp mtters will certainly and lastingly
cure you, and it is the only thing that
SP. JOSEPH'S LORUTTt) ACADEMY
KOUNDKl), 1803. CHAHTEKEU 1804.
This institution, under the direction of
the Sisters of Loretto, is situ tted in the
uioHt elevated and healthful locality in the
city; commanding a view of both the Ohio
and Mississippi rivers. The new building
erected in place of thu one lately destroyed
by Ore is more comnmdious and comforta
ble thun the old one, and the grounds are
more extensive and beautifully Bhaded.
Parents and guardians ntty bo assured that
their children and wards will receive the
most vigilant attention and careful scholas
tic training. The facilities for tho trans
mission ol pupils to and from this
institution are unsurpassed; via
rivers; the Ohio and Mississippi
the Illinois Central railroad, Va
Irish railroad, St. Louis & Cairo railroad,
and Texas narrow guago railroad are af
fording a never failing communication with
the city of Cairo. The mini academic
course of studdies is taught at
this institution. The scholastic
year is divided into two sessions
of twenty weeks ecti; tho first opening on
the first Monday in September, the second
commencing with thu first Monday in
February and terminating at the expira
tion of the forty scholastic weeks.
Terms per session of twenty weeks,
Board and Tuition in common branches,
70. Board and tuition in higher branch
es, $75. Music extra. (Arus copy 2w.
By the unthinking, Burdock has been
considered a weed, and its luxuriant
growth, unpleasant a nell, etc., Iris rendered
i', to tins "not knowing its virtues," a
nuisance, yet the roo: ha long bee,n ac
knowledged by savants a most iuviluable
as a diuretic, aperient and blood purifier.
Burdock Blood bitters enibodv all its food
qualities. Price 1.00. P. G. S -huh, agnt.
If Adam had had a game of "Fifteen"
placed in his hand at an curly period of his
existance, the whole course of history
might have been materially altered for the
better, and if billiou-nes?, indigestion, sick
headache or dyspepsia were unknown,
Spring Blossom would not be needed.
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents, P. G.
AFTER THE FLOOD THB
FIRE, IVT THE FLAG
MORTON. hiuoponed again In the Davis building on Sixth
street, :ili a full stock of
New Furniture of all kinds
uud 1. prepared to do
UPIIOLSTJKIt . N O and ItepuirinK
at reasonable rates.
KAFFLBi take a chance In
the flbest book cae In thu city, or a handoome bed
room set, or tine side board. A tide, now on ex
bliiltiou at his nales room. Will be milled as soon
as tickets are ilispo.cd (if, nr money will be returned
UIVE III.M A CALL.
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
' BUCK Y BOAT
THREE afegS&Q STATES.
On and nfl it Monday, July Jl, and until further
nolle , the ferry bo'it. fbreu Statu will run as near
as poiHibljoii t ie following tune table:
MtTII I.SiVSB LI1TIS
foot fourth St. Missouri I.and'K, Kentucky Ld g.
H::ii)a. tn. 7:000.111. 7:3 a. m.
8::m " :(KI :in
lu::i'i " 11:110 " ll::ti "
Jaiop. m. S:30p. in. 3:00 . m.
I, cave Lhhvu Leave
Foot Koti i tli et. Kentucky Lil'ij. Mlnsourl Land'i;.
4:iWp. m. I::ip. m ti : 10 p.m.
On ln! trip loavlne Kentti"kvlndlnvat4:3no'clock
p. ni , the boat will ko to Birds Point, makinir con
nection with T t St, I. pas cinjcr ruin for Cairo.
First trip ai 6:3d a. m. leaving f! tiro. Will connect
with T. A St. L. train leaving Cairo.
HIE HEUL'LAK CAIUO AND
1IKNKY E. TAVLOU Master
GEO. JOUES Clerk
Leaves Paducah for Cairn daily (Sundays except
ed) al 8 a.m. and Mound City tli s n. Ret am
ing. iivest;airoai4p. in. Mouna. unji.op.
Malaria is "an almost in
describable malady which
not even the most talented
physicians are able to fath
om. Its cause is most fre
quently ascribed to local
surroundings, and there is
very little question, but this
opinion is substantiated by
facts. Malaria does not nec
essarily mean chills and
fever while these troubles
usually accompany it. It
often affects the sufferer with
general lassitude, accom
panied by loss of appetite,
sleeplessness, a tired feeling
and a high fever, the per
son afflicted growing weak
er and weaker, loses flesh
day after day, until he be
comes' a mere skeleton, a
shadow of his former self.
Malaria pnee having laid Its
hold upon the human frame, the
door of the ayatem is thrown open
to nervous diseases. The body
weak and enfeebled absorb no
nourishment, but subsisting upon
itself, the digestive origan no
longer perform their functions j
the liver becomes torpid, and other
organs falling to do their routine
work, speedily become disordered ,
and dissolution and death are apt
In addition to being a certain cure
for malaria and chills and fever,
Brown's Iron Bitters is highly
recommended for all diseases requir
ing a certain and efficient tonic; es
pecially indigestion, dyspepsia, inter
mittent fevers, want of appetite, loss
of strength, lack of energy, etc.
Enriches the blood, strengthens the
muscles, and gives new life to the.
nerves. Acts like a charm on the
digestive organs. It is for sale by
all respectable dealers in medicines,
price, ft per bottle
Be sure and get the genuine
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
Take no other.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & OliPJIANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Julv lUh, M77, Under the Laws o
the state of Illinois. CopyrluhtedJulv
9, 1877, Under Act of Congress.
JAS. 8. Mi'CAHEY rresMstil
I WtMSv02 "t Vlce-Pres.uU
M. PUILLIPs j,,,! Vice-President
J. S PKTKIE ( Medical Advisors
THOMAS LEWIS Secretary
ED. H. WHITE Assistant SecreUuy
KXKUUTI V K CO M M IT TK K .
wm. f. riTf'KK, r..s. TnoMAs,
W. C. JOCKLYN, F. VI NO K NT,
WILL T. UKDUirJO).
HOARD OF MAJVACrlCIiS:
J. A. GoldKtlne, ofUoltlatlno Hosenwalrr. whole
sale and ret ul drv Komi, etc. ; Jas. S. Mi'Oahoy,
lumber rieulur; V'ii. K. i'ltchor, iri-nrrni airmii;
Albert Lewis, dealer in lloiir ami Hi&ln; 18,
Thomas, brlckliivcr; Mo Phillip, ronlrailor
and builder; 11 A. (.humbler, Kr.w.er; Thoa.
Lewis, secretary and aitoruuy-iMnw; W. H.
Murean, Hnuoitthlc lihysiuK'n: 11 Matider, of
SatderJfc Son. woe-era; U, H Ualrd, slreet super
Visor; Kd U White, ans't (tec. V, A (). M. A. So
ciety; J. W. Spier, lumber ami s w-tnlll; F. L.
Oerulifon, barber: E H Diutrldi, clerk W., St. L.
&P.K. It.; M. Kobier. m-'ichant tailor: Jeff M.
Clark, dealer iu wallpaper unt wlmlw shadeii;,r.
K. Kntfllfh, contractor aud billlilur; Will T. lied
burn, of Morse Kudhurn, rlar manufacturers;
F. Vincent, dealer in lime a ,d cement; I, A.
Phelps, photographer; W. (!. Jaeelvn, dentist; S
It. Taber, mOi. Jeweler; ,1. II. Kobltmou, J. P. ant
notary public; J. S. Peine, thlclair, II. W.
Hostwtck, Insurance nijeni K Jarboo. foremau
St. Oas mains, aud !i I',, Wulbruliu, lumber and
saw-mill, of Olro; 11. Lelijlitou, cashier Nat.
Bank, Stuart. Iowa; Itov F. A Wukerson. Pryors
burg, Ky.; J.W. Tarry, physician, Kulton, Ky.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The '.Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PA.T1ER. .to CO..
Cor. NlneUanth street 1 Til I FA Til
CoaUMtclaMMmM UtlTU 111