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CAIRO B CLLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 19, 1882.
, oraciiL DI-ECTOIIV.
Vyor N.B, ThLtlewood.
rr.;uriT T. J . Kertu.
t'I'jrk Dinnl'- J. I" l"y .
i.iu..'i:lur--Win. B. Gilbert,
Mnmliai-L. II. Mrytsri,
it torney-Willi m Hendricks.
Cir.t Ward -Win. Me Hale. T. M. Klmbroueh.
riji;ou(i WurJ-.d-nu lliukle, C. N. Uujfhee. .
Third Ward-B. F, Ulako, Johu Wood.
Fourth Ward-Cbarlc. O. l'atler, Adoiph 8wo-
i.'inh Ward-T. W. I!al!lday. Erue.t B. Petttt.
Circ.it .l'Hl",u-il. I. linker.
('l.-.'-ulil'I'Tk-.i. II Irvln.
County Judge U. ri Yocim.
fijunty CltTk-S. J. Iliitmti.
f'ountv Attorney J. M. Damroii.
County Traurr-Mtli: W. barker.
County Comml.aloner.-T. W Uelllday, J. A.
lilbba and Pulir Naup.
VUKO d.W I'm'.-Cnrner Tenth and Poplar
J rtro-t; proac-lag flrt aud tnltd Haady. Iii
tnc- inu.i, 11 a. in. a;ii7:.i) i. m.: prayer inset
it.a VUuteday, 7:9) l. m.: Suudar wuool, :) a.ia
lUv. A. J. i! E4H I'antor.
Ull'KCH OF THE RhOE 2MER (Eiileconai)
V Fourteenth iKeet; bnnday 7:00a in., Holy
Ku'.-bariii; ni.. riunda.y ahool; 'l:0)a.tn.,
Mornlnx l'ryrr; 8:(W P. tn KbuIbs Prayers, r.
1-. Iuv. uport. S T. B. Hector.
i-u;.T MISSIONARY IIAPTIST CH0H03 -V
'ra.-bli.it t 10:.) a. u... J p. to., and 7:30 p. m.
-Mi.tin'L cliil t 7:30 p. in Hev. I.J. Shore!,
I l" 'IKR.AN TblrtoeLth itrcet: .erviiee Sab
1 , t.;h l:.'u a. iu. i Bandey .chool I p m. He v.
.in: I'l-e. '! ft-
MUTIiuulST-i-or. F.lnhth and Waiuut mreuts.
lTu,cl;ln5 Sabbath 11:00 a. m. and 7:W p. tn.
;t.i.riav bciijulat i:wp. :. Kev. J. A - bcarreu,
t! i r
I JU!;-i$Ti:KlAN -tlKhth itreet; presentee on
I .ct:t '.h at ll:uO a. in. and 7:30 p. m ; prayer
i,.-nk' rt4u.-.dT at 7:3') p.m.! Sand.y 8chol
t 8 p ni. Kev 1'.. V. Otdtf, paator.
' .!. PU S (Hainan Catholic) Corner Croei
M.d Walnut ifu: ,rTlc" Sabbath 10:)a.
:. S iikUv school at 'J p. m.i VTr S p. m.: er
;..( eery' day al o a. m. tlov. O'Unra, Prle.t.
T PA TriK'K'8-fR-inian Catholic) Cortmr Nir.th
.tru (tid WlilDLOon aTBune; terrtco. Sab-
oniii 8 ann 1" a. ir..; i ewr o p. , ouuu.,
p. in. .jrvlw. Try duy at a.m. Pe. lwtritoii
l;. R. TIME CARD ATCAIUO.
ILLINOIS CENTKAX K. K.
Tf.vi! VirXHt. TB4K AllHIe.
Malt ....8:0ja.m I tMa!'. 4:' a.M
Arom'datloa.U :10 a.m aExpreo. ....... H :t0 a. ux
lEire :5Up.n Accmndatlo..:l5p.m
C. bT. I. A N. 0. K. B. f Jackson R.iuto).
tnl!.... 4:lSa.mtMaIl .. .. 4:80p.ra
K?:pre 10:t)a m tEipn'f 10.ia m
Ao'inodatluu S'tt'p m
HT. R. H fNarrow Game )
Eipr 8:15 a. ni I Kipr 4:Sjp.ra
Accom'dutton. l:wn.ro 1 Accoa'datlon 11:40 a. ib
8T.L.. I.M 48. K. B.
Exri!f ll:3np.m tExpre.. . 2:2) u tn
WAHASH, ST. I.OL H 4 PACIFIC K'T CO.
Mnfl 4 Kx.. :0JvmliaU 4 Ex.... ::iOp.ra
Arcoiu'datlok .t'.SJ p. in I t-ccom'datioa 11:10 t.m
lat:y except Sunday, t Dally.
mobile oiiio n. r;
Mail .A:55 a. m. I Mail........ ..8:10 p. va.
LTiNOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest aud Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Oulv Lino liuuiiins;
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Diheot Connkotion
Tiuma LiT CatHo:
3:U5 u in. Mail,
ArrKln. In St. Louli :45 a.m.: CblcRO.8.30 p.m.!
Couuoctiuff al Odin aud KffluKhatu for Ctncln
l.ati, Loulivtllo. Indlanapolia and point, Ea.t.
1 1 :10 a.m. St. Xjoul and Velern
ArrhinclnHt. I.nula 7 :05 p . m., and eiutiBCllns
fur all pomu Wo.t.
,') BO p.m. Ftiet Expre.
a or St Louis aud Chicago, arrlnng at 8t. LonU
10:10 p.m., and Clilcauo 7:S0 a.m.
3:SO p.m. Cinoinnatl KxproHB.
ArrUlna at iMndnnatl 7:00 a.m.; Louttrllla :M
a.iu.i liKlfanapolla a.m. l'anpcnv;cr by
line train roach tlio above polutu 1 W to JO
lloL'HS lu advauco of auy otner routo.
tt The 11:51 p. m. expro.e baa PULLMAN
KLbEPlNOCAH Cairo to Cincinnati, without
ehaiirfea, and throngh iloepor, to Ht. l,onl, and
Fast Timo East.
1 llSSeilS;cIo orn points without any delay
cauaed by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
onon tralu from Cairo arrive. In new York Monday
unrnlug at 10:SJ. TUIrty-slx hour. In advance of
B7 other route,
iflrFor through ticket, and further Information,
apply at Illlnol. Contral Railroad Dopot, Cairo.
J. H. J ON it 8, Tic kot Agont.
A.H. HANSON, Oen. Paoa. Atrent. Chlcavo
QEOUGR II. LEiCII, M. D.
Phvsioian and Surgeon.
Bpoclal uttontlon paid to the Homeopathic treat
mi nt or nurglcal dlaeaaoi, aud dlnuttui of womou
omco: Ou Vltb ulront, oppoelto 1 ho Pot Ofllctt,
J)R. W. O. JOCFLYN,
OFF1CK Eluhth Btroot. noar Oomnarolal A Tenon
r)U. B W. WHITLOCK, ,
OFrioi Ko. 18t Commercial Ayennt, btwetj
Jttfct iand Ninth SUeeta
While other Baking Powder are largely
fdulteraUtt with Alum ana other hurtful
ha been kept unchanged In all He original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
it safety and effectiveness is the fact of
its imvipg received the highitt testimoni
al from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, fret
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
true test-the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKINS POWDER
STEELE & FRIGE,
Chioago, m., and St. Louis, Mo.,
luaftMNr ' Th. Omt, Dr. f rW. ftfMeUI
riswi. KUrtrlt, t Mr. VrUtt rMtUa,
PKOFKIETOU OF BPROAT'S PATXNT
Wholesale Dealer in Ico.
ICE FV TUE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
? ' ' :EZl) FOR SHIPPING
C3ar Loads a Spocialtv.
Cr.Twelfth Street and Levee,
(JA1RO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE .'fa-Si STATES.
On an1 after Maa lav, July i. and until further
notlc -.the ferrylniiit thn-t dutotwlll ma a. near
ae possible 09 tae fullowlaj; time table:
Mayxt uurai liatii
Foot Fourth .t. Mlwouri Land'g. KentackjLdg.
- - ... I...' 1 . .11.
:8la. m. 7:Ma. in. 7:30. m.
H:80 " 9:00 ' 9:10
10::ti) " Html " ll:,w "
1:00p.m. u:Sdp. m. 3:0) p.m.
Leave Leuve Le.ve
Foot Fourth at. Kentucky Ld'K. MlMOurl Land'g.
4:oop.m. 4:3D p. m H:lo p.m.
On taut trlplouvlnir KonttP-kvlandlnx at 4:30 o'clock
p, m , tho nnt will go to Bird. Point, ranking cou
noctlon with T .t St. L. pa..utit,'r iniin for Cairo.
First trip at tt:3-) . in. lovlu Otlro, Will connect
with T. 4 St. L. train leaving Cairo.
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAIN'S RUN AS FOLLOW.
UM AND ArTEIt XOKDAT, OOTOBSK J I. .
Expreea aud Mall leave. Cairo, everv dar except
Sunday, at8:l!t a. m. Arrlv.a at Ka.t Ht. Lout at
8:20 p. m Arrlveaat Cairo at 4:35p. m.
Accomniiiiliitlou arrive, at 11:40 a. ra. and de
part, at 1:(H) p. ni.
JAMES KELCH& CO.
ll. T. OEROULI) AND
U. P. N E W L A N I).
AND GAS FITTERS,
DEIVK WELLS, FORCE AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
-CP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, OAS FIX
TURES Or all kind furnished to order, old flxtare, r'
broniedi Jobbing? promptly attended to, Order
received at Daniel Hartmao'i or at the shop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN .
. NI5ETFI AND TENTJt BTREST8,
' OA.11XO ..... ILLS. .
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTEO DAILY BY CRA8. CUNNING
0:80 A. M. December li, I8f3.
Ducombvr. January. February.
Pork I fid H4 17 (fi,i
Wheat Dili . M
Corn iH 4n'i iS
Out. 35 34 H
11:30 P. M.
Pork W17 17 W 7 81
Wheat MH 9i 04
Com w 4iH 4S
a-00 p. m.
Pork 17 M 17 25
Wheat 02 9 .'4 Ml'i
C'oro 50-351 4i 491
NBW YORK, DEC. 18 5S8J.
Wheat N0.8 Cblcairo, 1 ne U '7 No I R. W.
$1 07Xa.l W4. No. fcorn 9,!nc.
W. F Lakbdim, rivsr editor of I'm Bulletim
and ateambott iiutujcr aunt. Ordor. for all
klndaof eteamhuat Job priutluK .ollcltud. OlSce
at Bow., Europoan Botel. No. 71 Ohio lovee.
NT AGES OF THE KIVKR.
The river markod by the gauge lant
evening at this porl, 7 tcct aud
4 inches and fulling.
Pittsburgh.Doo. 180 p. m Ilivor 3 feet
10 inches aod fttllio.
Cincinnati, Dec. 18-6 p. m. River 14
feet 11 inches and rising.
Louisville, Due. 180 p. m. River 7
feet 6 inches and stationary.
Nashville, Dec. 130 p.m. River 5 feet
8 inches and rising.
The Chas. Morgan passed Louisville
Sunday on her way to New Orleans.
Several boats at Evansvillo have gone up
Green river to take refuge from the ice in
Tho Andy Baum from Cincinnati is due
hore Wednesday evening for Memphis; but
we don't look for her before Thursday.
The Ous Fowler had a moderate trip yes
terday, tfheisdue here agtin this even
ing at 2 o'clock and will leave on her re
turn at 5 p. tn.
The Thos. Sherlock will leave here to
day for New Orleans with what freight she
has engaged here will 1q all aha cm carry
on the present stage of water.
Business on the wlnrf yesterday was
very dull, but the tug whittles made up for
it, as crowds from the rural districts came
down town to see what was up.
Mr. Smith of the firm of Smith , Bethune
& Co., large contractors up St. Francis riv
er is here trying to secure a boat to take a
cnrgo for him uu the St. Francis.
Tho Anchor line steamers several of
which are lying hero have no orders as yet
for leaving here this week. They are only
waiting tho results of the ice yesterday.
The Jan. W. Gaff left Memphis for Cin
cinnati Saturday evening und would have
boen hero last night but owing to heavy
ice is necessarily detained. Look for her
We received a telegram last evening from
Capt. W.J. Turner of the Tyler saying ho
would icport here this morning euro if not
prevented by ice. The telegram was dated
at New Madrid 3:30 p.m. Should ebe
come through she will leave this evening
Capt. John Griffith of tho Hudson came
down from Paducah yesterday on the Fow
ler. He will return to-day. His boat is
harbored in Tonnessee river just above Pa
ducah and he says he will spend the bal
ance of the campaign in hunting rabbits
and o'possums, "Kentucky's favorite bird."
The tugs cut quite a figure last evening
with their discordant and terrible sounding
whistles, Tho man that invented them
ought to bo tied to one of thorn and have
the boneht of about twonty-four hours
steady blow, which would either finish him,
or cause him to rogrot the baltuce of his
natural career that he had ever been born.
If any one has represented that wo are in
Hiiy way interested in any bogus bitters or
stuff with tho word "Hops" in tbeir name,
cheating honest folks, or that we will pay
any of their bills or debts, they are frauds
and swindlers, and tho victims should
punish them. Wo deal in aud pay only
tho bills for tho gonuino Hup Bitters, the
purest and best medicine 011 earth.
Hop Bitteks Manufactibino Co.
Will you Cough whoo Sbiloh's Cure will
givo immediately relief. Price, 10c. 50c.
and l. (U)
Thomas Hart, 850 Clark street, Chicago,
111., lays: "After suffering from typhoid
foyer, Brown's Iron Bitten restored my
Shlloh's Catarrh Remedy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Dlptheria aud Canker
Farmers and others desiring a genteel,
lucrative agency business, by which $5 to
130 a day can bo earned, sond addro.w at
once, od postal, to U. 0. Wilkinson A Co.,
195 and 197 Fulton street, New York.
The subject of intemperance now being
again brought before tho people is as
weighty aud hard to manage as those it
most closely concerns, and just how the
workers will succeed it is hard to say.
Ladies generally carry this point because,
generally, they tre right, .and if energy
and determination count for anything tliy
will couio out of this struggle with flying
colon. Their move towards u law prohibit
ing druakeuness may soem rather a forci
ble way of persuading men to do right, but
what else ran thny do? Thcycn not pro
miucu'iusly invade hnuia-circ'lts and teach
thn youth cf the lanj that it is ruinous to
bhuI and body to frequent saloons and
dangerous to associate with thoso that do.
That is utterly out of the question, and the
only alternative left to compel sobriety in
the hope that by the nest generation second
nature will have become first.
Excepting our county seat and one other
town, tho Pulattkians are remarkably tem
perate. To be BUre there are some old
fashioned ones who still cling to the little
brown jug on the closot sholt. ramuant of
the days cf sparse settlement and subbtan
tial hospitality, with friendly stirrup-cups;
but such men seldom forget and tako too
much. There are the steady drinkers who
patronize thd saloon daily in quest of an
Bppetizer and the latest news, or plainly
for nothing but to guzzle. These are
the hardest to deal with, as they are always
so well seasoned they du cot often get
enough cstra on to unko their eyes any
blearier or their uosos any redder, conse
quently do not chauge rapidly enough to
The class one has the least pauenco with
and least excuse, for are those who savo
themselves and their earnings for an occa
sional bender. How a mau with any vanity
can go on a Bccond if he consulted his mir
ror during and after the first is more than
I can understand. A sight of those blood
shot eyes, swollen cheeks and full neck,
ready to burst with the blood which mottles
what would otherwise be a frank, pleasing
countenance ought to disgust him into a
realizition of his situation. Our county
commissioners an said to have refused to
renew any saloon keeper license without
city limits. I have a curiosity to see i if
county druggists prosperity increases in
proportion aa tUa praannt license expire.
Blessings be upon the head of tho rreei
dent of the Singer Sewin? machine com
pany for the kindly words he spoke con
cerning Cairo. Did vou enjoy a greatly
increased demand for the daily which gave
thein? C'pies should have been sent Hy
ing west, east and "over the cuckoo's nest,'
but particularly east, and for this reason.
In the direction of Gotham this locality is
so often thought of as a veritable wilder
ness, a howling desert wide waste (though
what species ot animal it is howls in a
desert this deponent snyoth not) that some
fond mamas of "unfor-ror-ror-chunate
young meu" destined by cruel fate to land
upon theso shores, are overcome by tho
horrible prospect and faint away in a swoon
You don't believe that? Very well, then.
I do, because it is authentic.
Here iB some more of the same sor.
When they do not swoon away in a faint
they burst into toar.", which is not nearly
so becoming, tears tonding to redden the
eyes and enlarge the tip of tho nose. But
that it is done I know of a surety and am
relieved by the probable relief of anxious
lady mother and affectionate sisters of deli-.
cate nervous organization. Of course they
can readily believe anything, good or bad,
eaid uf a place by a uon-rcsidedt, a disin
terested party, so to speak; and when a
gentlemen of the standing of the one above
mentioned, speaks in such glowing terms
of your city they must throw aside tbo
smellling-bottle and handkerchief and re
sume their ordinary state of miud, feeling
that their petted darlings have not fallen
among hottentote and, maybe, lions aud
tigers, after all.
To be sure what Mr. McKenzie said
related specially to sewing machine facili
ties, and not all young gentlemen come
here fur the put p ise of assisting in that
manufactory; but it certuinly would be
soothing to solicitous relatives to know
that ho said what, he did say. Eight rail
roads and uens of machinery. Think of
tho opportunities for an active onergntic
youth. If ho docs not siw itud polish gum
logs himself, he may forcibly bo called
upon to saw on a severed limb or two for
somo one who docs.
And no Trim was as a piece of wax in
tho hands uf a skillful inouldor. I feel
flattered by my success, which was partly
duo, uo doubt, to good Mrs. T's tralniug; if
ho was not a woll brokon Benedict the
sound logic of my reasoning , would not
have struck him so squarely. On the other
hand, if heweio not possessed of floo per
ceptive powers, ho would not understand
that my brain is "ponderous." Upon the
whole, I verily believe the conquest wat
owing to my skill in handling tho subject
and Trim's natural abilities, regardless of
Mrs. T. possibly, aided by the cold snap,
which may bare put blm la a proper frame
of mind for digesting such an "emana
tion." f For the benifit of fruit-growers in search
of an apple market I will state that one
Mr. Shinn shipped with great success to
Mr. Sock, of Minneapolis. No doubt this
commission merchant could roceive and
find sale for all our apples, provided a
Foote and a Schuh bu added to his present
clerical twee. I can not say whether he
has a Mann for a partner, or not.
Mk8. D. Green.
CacIic, Dec. 15th, 1883.
The Lime-Kiln Club,
"Do odder day," benn tho old roao
with a half-jisliuniiul expression oi
countenance, "when onn of de membort
of (lis club tlisktvererl me dycin' my ha'.
wia a reutle lampblact; tin sweet ilo be
di(pressod de grouted astonishment dnt
, pusson o' my y'ars would bo so vnin.
Gom'len, when you find a man widotit
.v single weak spot in bin character 3011
havo foun' a man too good fur din weary
"When you find a drunkard you find
a man vri'd a wcaknesi. He may be
honest and truthful, but w hen you of
for him whisky vrm peel de patch ofl
his weak spot. ' If influence am brought
to b'ar to reform dat man, watch him.
He am jist ' as sartiu to break out in
some odder spot a de sun am to rise
no' sot. Ho will run to hosd-raoos ot
pokor rooms, or he will dress to kill, 01
run arter women, or develop Bunthin to
Crovo dat ho civu't keep a tiht rein on
is hull character at once.
"Reform a gambler an1 what do you
make of him? rassiou fur play am a
weakness. Shako it off an' do weakness
breaks out in some odder 'spot. I have
know n a sober, teruporato gambler to
roform dat habit and boeauMO a drunk
ard. "When 30U find a mau wid a weak
ness fur honos let blm alone. Take bis
hoss tiway an' ho will replace it wid
unthin' mo' disagrocablo.
"I look upon ly in' as a weak hoop on
de human bar' 1. Few men lie to lie,
but dey lie bnkaso dcy want to cotch de
mons fish, or soe do biggest b'ar, ot
cum do nighest to hoin' killud. Lyin'
may bo called an ambitious weakucss.
Smith lion to get oben wid Jnen, an'
Jones to get eben wid Brown, un' so it
foes. Reform aj liar an' some odder
oop has got to bunt.
"Gem' Ion, when de Lord an' do church
refuse to recognize perfecksbuu in man
why do wo expect an' demand it? Half
a niillyun clergymen iu dis kuntry am
tolliu' us from cle pulpit each Sabbath
day dat man am weak an' wilful an'
full o' tricks, au' yit whti a pusaon
boats us out o' half a dollar wo riz up
an' yell out as if it was n strango thing.
I doan' drink nor gamble nor lie nor
steal, but l'zo got a woaknetw. l'ze a
bit vain. I imagine dat I look purtier
wid my h'ar greased up tin' do true
"Giveadam Jones doan' drink uor
chew nor play policy, but ho has a weak
spot. Ilo' 11 bet his last dollar on a boss
race, an' ho'll bet on de wrong bosa to
"Judge Cadaver am regarded In his
nnyburliood as de soul of integrity, but
when ho wont lishin' las' summer bo
got so corndiculated dat ho fell off do
waatf au' came nigh bein' drown.
"Ono'l old Sir Isaac Walpolo nm de
friti..! : ; irrowful, a grau'fadder to
all chiU'on an' his purse am cber open
to chanty, but ho has bought a lottery
ticket each month fur do las' nine y'ars
and y ou cau't convince' him dat he
won't sooner or later strike a prizo of
"In windin' up dis oulogy let me
simply warn you agin expeclin' to fin'
any man or woman so good an' nice an'
perfeck dat a flaw can't be foun' in de
structure. Givo 'em due credit, fur all
good traits au' stan' prepar'd to dodge
when do bad 01101 come to de surface.
Let us now march on to attack de reg'
lar programme." 1
M .1 ...
One Soul Made Happy,
"Yes, 1 always make a practice of
sending somo poor family a New Year's
turkey," ho was saj ing to the grocer,
"and shall want an extra one this week.
YeB, I must make nt leant; ouo soul
"Ah! Heaven bless you." called out a
mau who had been asking tho price of
onions "you ure tho man who nciit me
that, ttukov last venr!" 1 ...
"Is that so? Were you livinz on -street?"
"I was; and I was laid up with a
lame toot, and my wife was nearly doad
with tho chills."
f'Woll, I am glad to meet you. I told
the coachman to givo tho bird to some
deserving person, and I'm glnd you
wero made nappy."
"Ami I shall nover forget you, sir. 1
put that turkey up at a ruffle, raked In
throe dollars ou luni, ami outside of a
pint of whiskey for my wife 1 laid in
enough tobacco to lust mu six works!
May you uover know what it is to be
Tho Cleveland correspondent of tin
Now York Twit says that wheu th
Standard oil mouopoly "was first incor
implied ns a company under tho laws 01
Ohio iU; capital stock was placed at ft.
000,000. In 1870 the stock was lncreaseo
to fciJ.SOO.OOO. It is now worth about &
cents, which would give the compauy
value of somo $;(,0lXl,('JOO." Pnoplt
who ought to know say that no othei
corporation in America has such com'
maud of ready cash as the Standard. It
can draw its chock for millions at any
'One must be poor to know the luxury
of giving." That may be so, but wo think
anybody can enjoy tho luxury of glvlug
his fellow-sufferer a bottle of Dr. Bull'
Cough SVrup to euro his cough.
Tint Rev. Ge 1. II. Thayer, of Bourbon,
od., says: -'Both myself and wife owe our
ives to Shilon's Consumption Cart. (9)
will cure dy?pep5ia,heartburn, mala
ria, kidney disease, liver complaint,
and other wasting diseases.
enriches tht blood and purifies the
system; cures weakness, lack of
energy, etc. Try a bottle.
is the only Iron preparation that
does not color the teeth, and will not
cause headache or constipation, as
other Iron preparations will.
Ladies and all sufferers from neu
ralgia, hysteria, and kindred com
plaints, will find it without an equal,
H". E. INCE,
Mnutiriicturer and Dealer in
FLOUR-GRAIN AND HAT
Elgyptian Flouring Mil I
ft;fce-t Cm frfc mid for WktaJ
PISTOLS 6 RIFLES
fth Street, between Com'l Ave. and I.vveo.
CIIOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
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