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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, 1882.
ybur-N. R. Thlstlovrood.
Treasurer T . Korth.
I'liTit luniils. J, holey.
.;.iia.n lor--Wm. 11. Gilbert,
ilnruli: K. 11. Meyers,
iiinrnny W llllam lit r.drtcks.
SUA HI) or ILDCHMIN.
firit Wrd V'in.5fcHlB,T. M. Klmbrongh.
Sncotid Wrd- Jem; Iliukle, C, N. Hughes.
Thirl Ward-U. r. Blake, John Wood,
fourth WardCharles 0. I'atler, Adoipb Swo
oda. fifth Wsrd-T. W. lUUIdav, Ernest B. fstm.
i ifpiilt J idtfi--iJ. .1. linker,
tirnml Cli-tH A. H. Irvlu.
I'oumy JuduM IC. 8 Yocuia.
County clem . Ji Humm.
County Attoruy J. M. Dmnroii.
Comity TreasurerMiles W, Parkm.
tliirf iLf Jfhu llodteo.
Cormier 11 Kitiorla
County ('nnnnii'SLuni'rsT. W. HallliUy, J.
.llib null 1'ulor Saup.
AlK'J UAP'fHT.-CiWnr Tomh and Poplar
V. streets; preacMiiif. flrstaud ttilid riundave hi
mica iuui::u, U a. m. ;-17:Vi . in : prayer meet
Wit TUi-.n-atiy, 7:3J p. in.; Suudsy school, 9:3(1 a.m
K- r. A. J. II Rid Pastor.
lilUHCIl OF THE KSOE8MIiK-J.plscopaij
., IVirtmb timet; Sunday 7:00 a ra., Holy
Iwi'tiMlut; !':'') a m., Sunday s:tnul : '1 OJa.ui.,
Domini! l'cufcrt!-, k:ii i. m., Kvenlng Prayere. r.
p. tiiv.:Bl)or't, S. T. B. hector.
IKoT MISSIONARY BAPTIST cat-KCa-i-.i
.( Hi ... a to. in., tod 7:80 P. B.
i. vrviu school t 7:30 p. to Kev. T. J. Chores,
1 r 'lUi.V.S-Tt.irteeiith street; serrties "ab
1... 1 . h 1 :H-i a. id ; Sunday school 1 p m. Kev
c.:. !;., t.''t-'r.
Mt.ni,.!iliT--Cor. EUbib and Wniuat streets,
t'r nubbalti 1M0 4. m. aadT:S0 p. m.
";,;. fe.-i,' t"i t 4:'K)p m Kev J. A- Scsrrett.
UiiKUIAS -KVUth street: pr.-nlAg on
tvii il ll:i . uvand 7:80 p. m.; prayer
Wertu.-sday at 7:8') p. m.; Sunday School
v ' ..! i".-. .1 htltouieu Catholic) Corner Croat
n-.'t .".Miiut streets; services SVibath 10:30 a.
:i. , tv ircbool at 3 p. m. ; Vper 3 p. m.i eer
ft. . - iwiiiay nl t a. m. Ituv. O'llara. 1'rleet.
CT i" T'tl. K'S Roman Cifbo'.U) Coruer Ninth
O :r ei t.nd V't:iUi;ton avetrne; arrlrea 8ab
li1 1. nul 10 a. m. ; VeipOTi 8 p. it. J SanilRy Hcbool
! t. ia. iirviCM every day tg .m. Ht. kasternou
rji.' : .
H. K.TIMECAED AT CAIEl).
ILL1S013 CENTRAL K. H.
JUC 3:05 .m tMal". 4:a.m
t. ceo a ,(luoQ.ll:lua.ra Kxorea 11:10 a. n
lExprcn 8:V)p m Aeconidatloa..i:l3 p m
C.ST. L. AN. O. R. B. (Jackson lime).
V all 4:4a.ra I tMnll .. .. 4:8Tp.ru
ETur! 100 m I tExprt'ri I0:ja m
tAc'tnodetl'iu 3 :.0p tn
hV. L.4 C. It. K. (Narrow Gauge )
Etprip'- 8:14 a. in I Kipr I'M p m
Acco 'dtlon. liWp.ro Accom'datlon 11 M m
8T.L.. I.M AS. K. R
'Kspre 11 :ip.m I tEprc 2:8 u id
WABASH, ST. l.OL'IS PACIFIC R'T CO.
W.l ft Ki .... 5:'fl vm I Mall Kx.... 9 p.ra
tAcwai'dattou i:A p.m 1 1 Arcam'dalioa II: 10 a m
J):!y except Sunday, t Daily,
MOBILE 4 OniO It. R'.
J:5Ja. ra. I Mail.
.9:10 p. m.
IJJNOIS CENTRAL R. R.
i1..Xir-Tgr,l-'-V U 'flV 3Ut
Shortest and Qaickest Route
T 0 .
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv .Line ltuuuintj
0 DAILY TRAIUi
Ma KINO DlRKOT CONNKOTION
ArrhluK In 81. 1.onl.45 a.m.! CUIcro.B:30 p.m. ;
Coc:i'-ctinK l M!n and KffinKham for Clucin
nail, Louiavlilu, Indlatinpuli and potuta Kaet.
1 1 :IU .m. Wt. liouis arid "Vetcrit
Arrl-.lnc iu Bt. I.oul 7:05 r n i and coiiuecUnu
tot ail (1011.16 Wut.
:. DO p.m. 'P-Mt J0xprp.
f fr8t Louis and Chicago, arrlviug at 8t. Loula
V):40 p.m., and Chicago 7:l a m
:3:r( j.iu. Cincinnati Kxpren.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Loutavlllo E:J5
H.m.; lmliauapolla 4:' a.m. Tasoennera bv
thin train reach lh abovo tiolnu 1 a to 36
UoCKsi In advance of auy other routu.
VThe3:60 p. m. eiprcni baa TULI.MAN
KLKEPlNtt CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, wlthoit
cbauKeK, and through aluopori to St. i.oula and
Fast Time East.
rASSeil2,erS ern polnn without iny delny
cauiod by Siiudav lulcrvonluc. Tho Saturday afinr.
noon trHin from Cairo arrive" In imw York Monday
morning at 10:88. Tbirty-alx hours In advauceof
rjf other route, ....
ttrVor through ticket und further Information,
amilY at Illluola Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
" ' J. 11. JONEH.TIf.aut Agout.
A, II . HANSON, Oen. I'nti, AgentChlcago
Q ECVUGE II. LEICIt, M. D.
Phvrfioiau and Surtfoon.
Bpucial attention paid to (ha Homeopathic treat
rui'tit nfmirclcnl dlaeaaoa, and dleeae) of women
OHlce! On Mth atrent, oppotlte the PoatOlflco,
M W. 2. J0CELYN,
OKFiDR BlgbU Btreot, near Com Derclal Ateni
J)U. K W. wniTLOCK,
Ornua-No. 138 Commercial Avauna, btwB
If gt-t i and Ninth Btraeia
Hulbert Bros. Wholesale Price List.
4 Plmo,7oct,, iuarc, rosewood, carted,
acraHo n I... $159 0!)
7 1'iauo, opr. 1$ oct., cabinet graud 171 00
13 Organ, 4 aula recda, U itopi A, grand organ At 00
OH " fi DC'ta reodo, 13 atopi, ciupler, aub-baia 73 00
Our Piano and Oraua wamnted flrat claaa,
2 Violin otitllt, box how, atrltiga, complete.... 8 00
8 ' rremuna model, extra floo ,.,v.. 8 00
4 Accordion, 8 keyi, bana box, fine tone....,. . 1 00
8 " 10 " 1 nop, 12 aetarauda, perfects 00
7 Mouth Organ, Vienna concert, 2-1 bolee 50
9 " Oenuliiehlchur.lOholea, U.S. 4
11 V " concert double 24 holea " 1 09
14 Clarionet, genuine. Martin, 6 kcya, boxwood B 00
17 Fife, In ebony, German silver fti"T ,, 60
18 Mualc box, 1 tune.crank, fine 1 10
19 ' 8 tunea,, wind with lever, large 25 00
20 Violoncello, patent, machine bead, good.. 10 00
22Duuble Baaa, ptcnt bead, 8 or 4 etrlnga., 23 00
24 Guitar, maple, machine bead, flue flulab.. 4 0u
27 Banjo, 10 Inch, 4 braaa bracket
28 Comet, bran cornpocon atyle caae Icrooki
8tt Drum, brans, PruMlau, Ortiameuted
Oold violin, guitar aud banjo itrtnga 'H. Bros.
Bllver ' " " " " " "
8tel - . -
Out. Ilurilan, Oeriuan or Italian, beat quality
Ini'ructlun Book, Ilowa's or W'lnneri, auy
Itidtrnment n .....
Having Jut wade a good trade for 100 Singer
8e lug Macblnei, will sell them for $28 each while
Money Is quite efe In common lettur If plainly
Terms strictly tash with order. Will take
Agme and dealers send for our 40 page Catalogue
Ou above net wbolerale palces sgonU can make
loij per cetit profit.
Call na us when you come to St. Louis.
ftefurt'ticei: Anrbaiik or wholesale hours to
lluibi'rt Ur Is tbe only Gvu:rl Wholesale
Music Ilou lu Kt. Louis.
911 Olive Hire-jt Saint Louis, Mo
PROPRIETOR OK SPP.OAT8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICF. PY THE CAR LOAD OR TON,WELl
1';KED FOK BUIPPINO
Oar Loads a Spocialtv
Ctir.TwelltL Street aud Leye?,
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
I II REE 1E1 STATES.
On and after Mon Uv, July il. and until further
nolle .Mho ferryboat Puree Status will rim as near
as posslbleon the following time table:
Mavis liavxs Liana
Foot Fourth St. Missouri Land g. Kentucky Ld f .
8:31a.m. 7:00 a.m. 7:30 a.m.
8:30 " t):00 " 0:10 "
10:3.) " 11:00 " 11:30 "
l:iip, m. 3::Wp. in. , 3:(M(i. m.
Leave ' Leave Leave
Foot Fourth st. Kentucky Ld'g. Missouri Land'g.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 8:10 p.m.
Ou lent trip loavlog Kenttrkvl ending at 4 :W o'clock
p. in , the boat will go to Birds Point, making cou
noctlon with T A Ht. L, pasninger train for Cairo.
First trip at 8:30 a. m. leavlnj Cairo. Will connect
with T. 9t- L. train leaving Cairo.
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
O AMD ASTER MOJID.T, OOTOBItK 31,
Express and Mall leaves Cairo, everv day except
Sunday, at 8:15 a. m. Arrlv.s at Kast Kt. Louis at
3:20 p, m Arrlvesat Cairo at 4:35 p. ra.
Accommodation arrlvea ut 11:40 a. m. aud d
parts at l:t0 p. m.
JAMES KBLCH& CO.
AND GAS FITTERS.
DRIVE WKLL8. FORCE AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
UP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, WAS FIX
TURES Of all kinds furnished to order, old Axioms re
bronied;Joi)blng promptly attended to. Orders
recolved at Daniel Bartman'i or at tbe shop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN
NINETH AND TENTH BTREEf 5,
oa mo .... xs.
CHICAGO JIARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CRAS. CUNNING
0:80 A. M. December 19, IW.
t 17 40 "
i7 Ki ;
8 00 P. M.
Corn- 4(15 ars.
W. F. Imxudix, rlvr editor ot i riB Dulletik
and stcainhoit pasStuer eul. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job pnntlug solicited, oaice
st Bowo.-'a Kuropem Hot-jl, No. 71 Ohio levee.
HTAOEH OF THIS RIVKK.
Tue river marke'l by the
evening at this port, 7
4 inches aud etatioucry.
PiltaburKb.Dcc. 13 43 p. ni-
-River 3 futt
0 laches aad falling.
Cincinnati, Due. 10 fi p. m. River H
foot 10 incht: and falliDy.
Louinvilli;, Dec. 19 0 p. w. -River 8
feet 0 inches and rising.
Nashville, Doc. 19-0 p.m. River 5 feet
4 inches and tailing.
8t. Louis, Dx. 10-6 p.m. Hiver 3 feet
1 inches and rising.
Tbe Morgan Rattler for New Orlcan is
Tho Andy Baum from Cincinnati is due
this evening for MemphU.
There is only 3 feetucantiu the Mississ
ippi between Cairo and St. Linuis.
The Honry A. Tyler left here here for
Osceola last evening with a irond trip.
The Montana aftor a severe struggle
managed to get here last evening from 8t.
The Granite State and Kate Adams stuck
at Tiptonville and was there for 10 or 12
The J. II. Hillinau from Niihvillc is
due here this evening and will leive on her
return trip to-night.
The Ohio id still in good boaiiug coudi
tion and from present uppeanuces it looks
as though the river might remain open all
The Jas. V. Girl from Memphis passed
up yes'erday morning for Cincinnati. She
discharged 800 bales of cotton and depart
ed at 1 p. m.
Kit Haslep arrived here from St.
Louis yesterday cveuing. He eays the ice
has quit running nt St. Louis which is
caused by a gorge abovo at soma point.
The Thos. Shurlock from Cincinnati ar
rived last evening at 6:80. Shu hail all the
freight she could take on the present etago
of water; received decker's for Wilson's
Point, Vicksburg and Riverton. L"'ft for
Now Orleans early this morning.
The members of the city council and a
few other official piutook of an excellent
oyster supper last night at the adjourn
ment of that honorable ho ly. The supper
was given at Mr. John Rower's restaurant
corner of 12th stroet aud Washington ave.
All epoko in great praise of J ohu's" style in
getting up a tirst-clns oyster feast.
A Fatal Mistake
would bo not to take Dr. It. V. Pierce's
"Golden Medical Discovery" if you are
bilious, suffering from impure blood, or
fearing consumption (scrofulous disease of
tho lungs). Sold by all druggists.
The Light Affliction Dopartmont
Charles Dickens had a very good
story about tho early ditys of a renown
ed mourning establishment. He went
there ono (lav about some mourning,
and was ushered iuto a room where sat
a shopman with on attendant in won
strickon habiliments, who groaned out,
"A father, it mother, perhaps a wit'eP"
"O, wo," said Pickens, "only a distant
relative!" "O, sir," said tho funereal
one, "you have made a .mistake; this is
the chamber of agonizing woe. John,
toll tho bell and show the gentleman in
to tho light affliction depiirtinont."
Keeping Still in Oh u rob.
A lady visiting at River Park is the
mother of seven small children, all of
whom aro exceptionally bright. Ono of
thoso, a four-year-old boy, sliowod great
reluctance to attend church, and was
constantly In dlngnice when there. His
mother tried every means to IndticH him
to Bit still lu vaiu, until at last tho littlo
"Mumnia, there's just ono way I van
koepstlll in church."
"What Isthut?" askod his ruatuuis,
"Just lot mo take off my shoos and
stockings so I can wigglo my toes, ' and
I'll keep as still as a nileo!"'
Some of tho Jews from Russia soak
to be Kent hack to that country. Thoy
liud that people bavo to work for a liv
1 ! r .
An Irish Summer.
lepa have brought roe hither,
from mr Ireland nn ton
To this larger bctne of freedom, whTe hnr tun
shines on the land;
But my tbomrhtu will wander ever, bark to
where t bo Kenjns looks on
Smiling valleys lit w,tb fclory, flowers' imd waves
and rmrald etintid,
Shupos of beauty rnbed In virgin ami Immacu
mil and vineyard, grovo drlioloin, pour tholr
Incense on my soul;
Yet, still, tburc aro visions wbow spot toss sor-
Tuts to shHina those brlirlit rich tn aiures
Irlhb bill, and valu nnd knoll!
'TIs summer In old Ireland, blushing tender
When love drat opens her hoart In llio morning
of her yparu,
Andtreo and flower and streiimlot, with her
amllo and glory IhoYii,
Greet ber raptunnl eyo and fancy, through tho
eprlufftldu's fiillintf mural
Nowmyhuartie full of holy calm, and sweet
Thrilling toy bosom ever like tho cadonoe of
Once hi ari within tbe plllers of a church's
mu to devotions,
Full of lovo and reeoe hrid glory, as If. swavod
till) 31'HJlDff thioug.
Bluo Mount Callln, In bor VMtmouta, iookiug
up with bends txtunded,
'Neath the sisr-enaroeled footstool of tbe God
And the lir-elad hills of Barren robed In hues
so swpctly lilrnded.
Loom now uron my vision and salute me from
Oh! Ood bo pratced forever, for having given
to our Island
Hill andvalejso richly woven and stream so full
To soothe our troubled bosoms when f sr from
holy Jr, land,
W pine In exile's durance and are oppressed
by tyrant wrong!
But we've bope In God e crdalnings for the
riphteous and tbe hnlv,
And tho suromrtlde In Erin shadows forth our
felih and love:
Tor, nor vineyard nor sierra, nor Campsgna
Can rival in tbolr beauty Irish vale, aod bill,
Ob, nenutMiim, holy Irelaiidl land of song and
What viKtas of niro beauty In tbe summer ope
Wbt n tho forest itlrs are throbbtng, end the
rath of oldn story,
With the bjuin of Cod's creation end the Te
Deuin of tln sea!
O my Ireland of toy shamrock, kneollng fuir
at vestal virgin
At thi8hrln of loving nature, wlih tho snm-
nier on thy brow,
Wbnt luiid In (.tort's crcatlou-thou crow nless,
Ciin t-ar the poliu of lieiuity from thee astbou
looKCM now !
No! thy loveliness Is rarest, darling of my
hope mid pension.
WearlnH eier in our sorrow tbe smiles of Ood
For, a tue summer lenith on toee nw, a
Acron u in wenving for tbeeln laud of rlgbt
An all the l.m
a were jrleoful, an' all
tho girls woro haiipv. an' all tho formal
oiled their boutH, their shooters an'their
hair, an' w hou the bolls hogau to ring
Doc. Kuldor :iid to Sappy: "You can
bot a plato of sausages that Kidder will
be there! 0u must kuow tho bells
begin to rui tjuito early in the mornin'
wi me uy on wnicn a uutamo is pvon
in tno iiigni. n ell, tho bell on Arizo
ua s ranch, just as the d:iy were dawn-
in .pealed forth a invitation to the bucks
ot -Heirs Delight."
Bv 10 a. m. tho young g:uul!os au'
ducks of that young city knew at Ari
zona s there was goiu1 to bo a ball
that the buck who danced the neatest
with a pardner young an' pretty, wero
to get from Arizoua's hands a'shootoi
an' a shawl.
By 10 p. in. Doc. Kidder were a whirl
in1 in the mazy au' a Tucson seuorita
was encircled hv his arm, an' Trinico
Dick an' Yankee John both lunl a lovely
daisy, an' old Arizona's Jubiloo were
workin' to a charm. Hy 1 a. m, Doc.
Kidder's juj were full of nigger bnttidy,
an' he an' Dick an' Yankee, all, wero a
spilin' for a tight, an' Richard said he
guessed hu'd take the prize, if jt were
handy, as his gal nn" he wero kinder
tired from dancin' all the night.
"I think," says Doc, "the piixo be
longs to mo and my dear Zephyr, sn' I
guess I'll take the shooter nnd my
Zophyr'll take tho moo.".
"Ob, by no means: Arizona, hand to
Doc. an' his old heifer" which were
about as far as 'Frisco got, when 'Frisco
took a drop. '
His pardner didn't cry; she took it
nhilosoph-i-cally, tin' gfode Broun' the
ball-room with a duke called Austin
Rip. Then-the last danco of the eve
nin' came, which, speaking lit-erallv,
were an eye-op'nor to tho bucks who
hadn't soon tho Boston dip. Doc. learn
ed tho danco a year before, 'way up in
old Kentucky, arid him an' Rip a'n'tlioir
two gals had to themselves tho lloor.
Well, tho Tucson sonorita an' the Kid
der wero the lucky ones to whom old
Arizona passed tho shawl and shooter
Tbe gontlonian from Austin had a
crowd of bucks to bu-k him, so lie fo!t
justified in calling Arizona "a galloot."
I could see from Arizona's uvea that ho
meant to attack him, an' he did sail ifi
an' hit the Austin rippor ero he could
By all the Grooks of ancient Cork, au'
leirs of Brooklyn's parson! Bv lh wit
of Wales' piiustcr, bv William II. 's rclf!
Hy the soul of our M. Quad! Be tho
bones of old Kit Carson it were every
mother' s daughter for her individual
self! Souio went through the hl linht
an soino went wwittly saihn with tlio
vulorily of politics into ji Tiun'ny
pread through tho window of tho
ranch, with scirnining an' with wailiu'
I reckon about a ton of Wenli'm'
blood that nilit were shod.
Arizona were as dead, mv friend, ns
auy of the lillv. A utrauL'nr wotihi
surely think it were the work of Jesse
Junius, or John Momun, or Jim Dow-
or Joauuiii Mauriolv. tho California
Rinaldo ll.inuldino of the plains.
The Kidder shook tho Zephvr an'
married Arizona s winder; thoy own a
place In M. Jose tm' uro a very loviu'
pair, loti km bi t )oiir tweet existence
'gslnsttho moon thut I'm tho Kidder!
on' Dana's soul au' uoiisciunce that the
Klddor were all thorc! . Lauit He
A new game has como iuto uso at
Iowa City. It is called "house foot
ball," and is played exclusively by th
Josa Billings says: "Next to a clear
coDshiencc for solid comfort enms an old
shu." He probably never suffered with a
cough or cold, otherwise he would have re
ferred to Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup as being
also a good thing to secure lelief and com-fort.
Sounds Like Old Timeg.
A seedy-looking fellow dropped into
tho city editor's room, and, failing to
borrow a half-dollar, ho begged to nar
rate his experience. "I tiseil to be an
ollieer of liio Stain, I did. I was sher
ill', and member of the Legislature, and
constable, and clerk of the courts, aud
judge, and a candidate time and aain,
and had a high old frolic, I did." 'i
don't believe it," ,vjid tho citv editor.
"Why don't you?" vBecauso 1 have a
letter here which says you are a thiol
. and a liar, and a scoundrel and a vil
lain, and a traduccr, und a perjurer,
aud a defaulter, aud a low-iiowu brawl
er, and a lover of all that is vile and
w.'ckcd. and dishonest, aud abhorrent to
df.ent people, and ".h, ha!
stranger, go oii and read that all over
again, and read it loud. It .sounds liko
obi times. It brings back thu days
when 1 ran for oflicc. It rends liko an
editorial in nn opposition paper, and
brings again to mv memory that bless
ed iicriud when 1 feit like 1 was some
body and lifo was worili lirinv O,
glorious hours of tho past, will ye ever
comeback to luel'" and tho tears rolled
down his checks as the city editor pro
nounced again tho magic, words, and
then gave hi at a quarter to sober up
with. f.onifvilU Coiiricr-Jonni"l.
The lale Mr. Alexander, thoeiuiueut
architect, -was under cross-examination
at Maidstone, by Sergeant, aiVrward
Baron, (iarrow, who wished to detract
from Mi weight of his tcMiinony, and,
after inking him what was his' name,
proceeded: "You are a builder, I bo-
hevef" 'No, sir, I am not a builder; I
am an architect." "They are much the
same, I suppose?" "I Vieg your pardon,
bir, 1 can not admit that"; I consider
them to be totally different." "Oh, in
deed! perhaps you will .state wherein
this great didbreuee exists?" "An archi
tect, sir," replied Mr. Alexander, "con
ceives the design, prepares the plan,
draws out thu Hpecihcalions-in short,
supplies the mind; the builder is merely
the bricklayer or the carpenter. The
builder, in fact, is tho midline; tho
"architect the power that puts the ma
rhino together aud sets it going." "Oh,
very well Mr. Architect, that will do.
And now, after your very ingenious
distinction without a difference, per
hops you can inform tho court who was
tho architect of tho tower of Babel?"
Tho reply, for promptness and wit, is
not to be ri vidua in the whole history of
rejoinder. "There was no architect, sir,
aud hence trie eonfu-ion.
Tflee Island, Lake Erie, the southern
ioot 1m ml in Canada, possesses a cli
lii ito which produces superior wine,
sugar cane, peanuts, sweet potatoes, all
small fruits, ligs, almonds, and cotton.
Tiie last product, incredible ns it may
seem, has been raided for several sea
sons. The winter., are very mild, the
temperature averaring about 00 do
gr e:. T.' . .vlv hni, nt vet. built a be
.rLNi.ii i langtment of thu female
system is quickly cured by the use of Dr.
K. V. Tierce s "Favorite Proscription."
removes pain and restores health
strength. By all druggists.
Loss of hair and graj ness,-which often
mar the prettiest face, are prevented by
Parker's Hair Balsam.
rhomas Hart, 350 Clark etreet, Chicago,
. BBira' It.tr.ir aiiA'...:n . t ! .
in., says: "Atter suffering from typhoid
ouutnug ooui iyn
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uon tuners restorrd my
The Huv. Ge. II. Thaver. of Ronrhon.
Iod.,8ays: "Both mvself and wife owh our
livei to SI i loh's Consumption Cure. fOi
Satisfaction For Ten.
Iu uur family of teu for over tm vears
Parker's Giuanr Tonic has cured headache,
maUriaaud other complaints so batisfac
toiily that we are in excellent health aud no
expense lor doctors or other medicines.
JJEW FIslI AND OYSTBK DEPOT.
Having now perfectod my arraneemeute lo
supply the tr.de with
OYSTERS AND PISH,
I Can Now Offer as Follows: Oysters
Taken From tho Shell Here Fresh
as From the Gulf.
Bsjoit Cooks .' Bi so m.r 10,1
nielnus , j as
" Bast no '
Oysters In bulk
Oysters standards la cuns 8(1
Sheep Head, c
lie. per lb
1 esiM t t ' "
a s , ,,,,, 11
Shrlinrs, Lobtt. Crahs and Ttirtlei all In season
L1HRRAL DISCOUNT TO TUB THADK.
VARIKTV STORE. " '
N"EV YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Slock
IN TIIIT. CITY.
GOODS SOLlTvER Y 0 LOSE
O. O. PAT1KH &CO..
will cure dyipeptia.hesrtbiirn, mala
ria, kidney diieaie, liver complaint,
and other wasting diseases.
enriches the blood and purifies the
system; cures weakness, lack of
energy, etc. Try a botde.
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 sufferer from neu
ralgia, hysteria, and kindred com
plaint, will find it without an equal.
Mannfscttirer and Dealer In
.ih ft,..., h.twa.D I'oni'l Am. n4 Levo.
CHOKE BORlXQ A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINDS OP AMC.MTION.
S,fa l(o.Mlted. AUKInd.ol Kuy. Uid.
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