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DAILY . CAIRO B DLLETIN
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 31, 1882.
Mayor N. B. Thiatlewood.
Truaaurer T J. Kerth.
t'l'jric lunula. J, Foley.
Coiinailor--Wm. H. UllWt.
Marnhul L. H. Muyera,
Utoruuy William Hendricks.
B04HD OF AX4OKBMIH
flrat Ward-Win. McHale.T. M . Klmbrouijh.
Second Ward-Jurae llmkle, C. N. Hushes.
Thlnl Ward-U. K, llUke, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Cbarle, 0. Patter, Adoipb Bwo-
filib Ward-T. W. Halllday, Krneat B. Pettlt.
Circuit Judiju 1). J. Mutter.
Clr-.uit Clerk-A. II. Irvln.
Cwuoty Juditu tt. M Yocuru.
Cuuniy Clem S.J. llumm.
I'nuuiy Attorney J. M. iMmron.
County Treasurer Milei W. Parker.
Mutilfl Johu lloditui.
Corouur It. Kitijtrald
County ComrnUaionuri-T. WIlullldsy, J.
Ulbbi and Peter saup.
CVUltO HAPl'lsr. -Corner Tenth iid Poplar
ttruetn; preaching flrtand talrd riundaya Id
cacriraoutb.ua. m. and "Ml :i. in : prayer mooi
tui' Thursday, T: p. m : Sunday achool, 9:Nia.in
U5v. A. .1. HBSS Pastor.
illt'KCH OF THE KKDKKMKR (Kpllcopa'
Vj Kourt;eutb t,ret; Sunday 7:00 a m., Holy
Ku.'hriri: u ill a. m.. Sundav ioqdoI : ' IDJa.m.
Morning Piatura; R:oo u. m., Kvenlutr Prayera. K.
t. layu;iort, 8 T. II. Hector.
I'IKfST MISSIUNAKY HAPTIST CHCKCH.-
' 1'ri Ai-hlM? at 111 ::-M a n... A u. m.. and 7:80 p. m
n'.ba'.b icbool at 7:u p. tn Key. T. J. Store,,
I Vl 'IRKAN-Thlrtecuth atreet: acrvkea Bab
1 a Uih i:su a. m : Bandar Kbooltp m. Hat.
Si.ti i patter.
KTHoDIHT-Cur. Elbth and Walunl meats,
.11 rrcacMnii Suunsth 11:00 a.m. anazrw p. m
.Minday scuuo'at V.oop. m. Kev. J. A. bcarratt
1 ) l.tsliYTEKlAN Klgbth atreet; ptacnUK on
1 r-abhs'h al U a. tu. and T::n p. ru.; praver
..:.- ov-Wa-dneada? at Ji)p, m.; Sunday bcheol
,1 1 1.. to. Kev H t . '.icorc, paator.
C'l .JuCtl-lJ t -tltoihaa Catholic) t'orner i:ni
O -.J Walnut street,: srvlce, Sa'itiath a.
r : h.nidav sdioul al i 1. m.; Vpert 3 p. m. ; aer
(I 'm I'very day at a a. m. Hev. O'lUra, 1'rluft.
C T i'A MICK'S-- Human Catholic) Comer Ninth
O fT'i't aii l WaaliliiKton avenue; lervlce, SaV
DaiL i and lit a m.; VenperaS p. n..; Bonaay cuooi
1 1. ..i. ,urvtce every aay al 8 a. tn. Iter, xasionwu
ir.tt. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTHAL It. K.
TKU!. lifl-lllT. TRlNaillllT
Mai:.. S:03 a.m I tMal'. .U)
tArconi'dalion. 11:10 a.m Eiore 11:10 a.m
lEipreia 8:VI p.m Acoioidatlok ..4:1S p.m
C. iT. L. A .N. O. . B. (Jackson U tnte).
tMai) l:IU.n I tMail .. 4:3-')p ru
Kxprei l":-0a m tKxprem 10:)Ja m
tAc'raLHailcm J top in
ST. L."iC K. K. (Narrow UauiM )
Eiprew 8:15 a.m I 'Kxpreaa M p m
Acforu datlon. 1 :u0 p.m 'Accoui'datlon U :1) a m
ST. L . I. M 4 8. K. It
y,iurvt U ::Vu m I tKiprca. i-W u rn
W A HASH. ST. I.Ol'IS PACIFIC H'Y CO.
Mall 4 Kx .... 5:fO vm Mall 4 Ei.... :i0 p.m
Aftoru datlon i:l p.m 1 1 Accom datioa 11:10 ( tn
Uaily except SUDOay. tualiy.
MOBILE OHIO 8. R!
m. I Mall
.8:11 p. m
LLINOIS CENTRAL It. R.
Shortest anil Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Oulv lAne Humiina;
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Dikeot Connection
Taaitti Liari Caiiuj:
UOZ a m. Mail.
Arriving In 8l. Lnul, 9:45 a.m. ; t'hlrino.H.30 p.m.;
CoiinectinK at Odtn and tfllu;hara for Cincin
nati, I.oultvltlo. ludlauapohiaud pulnl Eact.
I 1;IU u.m, St. l-ioul and Wetitern
Arriving In ht. Lul T.'W p. tn , and connoctlun
fjr ail pointi Wen.
U.OO p.m. Wtsmt Kxpreis.
titrSt. Loula and Cblcao, arriving at St. Loula
W:VJp.m , and Chicago 7:'JU a.m.
;:DO p.m.Cinoinnttti ICxprenH.
Arrtvliig at Clucluiiail 7:00 a.m.; I.ouiatdlle 6M
a.m.; Indlaunpoll! 4:06 ft.iu. Pa.avnK"" by
thia train reach tbo above points X'-i to 30
UuL'US lu advance of any oibor routo.
t(fTheS:!V) p, m. uiproM bai PULLMAN
bLhEPINO CAll Cairo to Cincinnati, ultbout
oha!iKo, and through alueponto Bt, Louii aud
Fast Timo Kami.
Pi aai) irnvu X)T 11,11 llne Kn "'rough to Rat.
I itS.IUlitin rn poluta without any delay
cauand bv Sunday Ititurvmiln);. Tho Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive lu new York Monday
at 10:05. TUlrty-iU hour! In advance ol
f dlhor route.
LWKor through ticket! and htrlbor Information,
pply at Illluol! Central Kallroad Depot, Cairo.
J. II. JON US, Ticket Agent,
i. II. U ANSON, Uun. Pari, Atfont. Chlcaisu
Q.E0U0E II. LEACLI, M. U.
l'hvsioian and Surgeon.
Special ikttentlon paid to tho llomonpathlotrtiat
tni'nt of uri(lciil dliuaaes, aud dlioifoa of women
(Mllont On tltb airont, opiioalto the I'oH Orllce,
jyi. W. 0. JOCKLYN,
OKP ICS Eighth Direct, near Com ue tela! Avansu
JR. U W. WIIITLOCK,
Orfioi-No. IM Comuiorclal AyunQ, bitwas
JtgH Jaod Ninth Blmw
J,, -yu iJ' iJ w hlm
D Stoves D
S . S
B Tinware. S
HE CITY NATIONAL RANK.
71 OUiO LEVEE.
A General Bank in? Ijitriiness.
Con iluc ted.
THOS. W. HALLIDAV.
JNTBRPRISE SAVINU BANK.
Of Cairo. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAYINGS BASK.
JEW FliH AND OYSTER DEPOT.
Harlngnow perfortal mv arraneemont! to
lupply th: trd.) with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can Sow Offer as Follow: Oysters
Taken From the Slioll Here FrjU
as From the Gulf.
Bavoa Cooki SI W per 100
' ine, J. 35 "
" Haaino , 7j
Oyaters In balk go
Oy,ler nandards In cana 80
Red Snapper loc. per lb
bheep Uead 4c , "
Shrlmtia, Lob.t",. Oran and Turtlej a!lln feaion
LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE TKADE.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. P ATI Eli & CO..
Oor. Nineteenth itreet I Palvn 111
Commercial Avennef IvallO 111
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICF. PY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELl
?;KED FOR 8HIFPING
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Oor, Twelfth Street and Levee,
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN A3 FOLLOWS.
ON AND ArUtt MOKDiT, OOrOBBR 31,
Rxprel and Mall loavea Cairn, ovorv dav exteul
Sunday, at 8:15 a. m. Arrlv.a at Eaat Ht. Loula at
Si'jOp, m Arrive, at Cairo at 4::t5p. m.
Accoiniuoiiuiiou arrivui at it:u a. m. ana at
parti at 1 :"0 p. m,
IL T. GEROULD AND
C. P. N E W L A N D.
AND (AS FITTERS,
TlOTtria llfij..rL4 n.tt..iii . wr.
uniriti TTMiU, rortuiii nu
LIFT PUMPS KURX1SIIEDANDPUT
UP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, GAS FIX
Of all klnA. fnt.nla).i1 npfl
bronied: Jobbing promptly nttonded to. Ordori
reculvod at Oanlul Uarttnan'i or at the ibop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN
NINBTH AND TEN Til STREETS,
OA mo .... ILLS.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CIIAS. CUNNING
9:30 A. M. December 80, 1883.
December. January. February.
$ f 17 21 $17 83
in io i7t!'
30 P. M.
17 ova in UK
Corn, 150 urij wheat, 450 carg.
Chicago, December 30, 188 J
whea 003t P8I
Corn 43.aiK 1.11,018
Oat( 21 ,409 87,627
T.aii. iitplt orohAttf.
bear Turn, Oat,.
Deccmbir8l IM1 ).Hlt'.5f 8.39 Vb TkN5
December 18. ISSi.... 17.781.467 I 7.4U7.79 I 4,909,462
Increaaed lor week... b33.0?0 8i70i 3&3 4A
w. F -Maoiif, r'.ver odltorof I'at Bvu.r.rt
aud iteamboit panenor ai;ent. Order, fur all
kinds of iteainboat Job printing lollcltod. Olllce
at Bower'! European Hotel, No. 73 Ohio levee.
WAGES Of THU KIVKB.
The river marked by the gauge last
eveDing at this port. 18 IVct und
11 inches aud rising. -
rittslmrgh.Dcc. 306 p. m River 4 feet
1 inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Doc. 30 6 p. in. River 16
feet 6 inches and falling.
Lou'mville, Dec. 300 p. ni. River 8
feet 2 inches aud falling.
Nashville, Doc. 30-6 p.m. River 8 feet
0 inches and falling.
St. Louis, D -c. 29-0 p.m. River 8 feet
8 inches and rising.
The City of Helena laid over at St
Tbo Cohb Millar is on the docks at Cin
cinnati receiving repairs,
The Will Kyle, Cipt. Lew Kater master,
is due here Monday for New Orleans.
The Henry A. Tyler left for Tiptonville
at 4 :45 last evening. She had a (rood
. The Euira EtUeriia with a tow of five
floats arrivod from below last evening at 5
The City of Yicksburg and tho City of
New Orleans are both duo to-day from St.
The Gus Fowler will lay over to-day at
Paducah but will be here on time Monday
The Arkansas City left for SI. Louis last
night. She received a lare lot of pig
iron for that city.
Tho tow-boat Rover which is on the
ways for repairs at P,iducah will be ready
for business Monday.
The City of Greenville was here all day
yesterday receiving freight and loft for
Yicksburg at 9 p. ru.
The Golden Crown from New Orleans
is expected here early Monday morning for
Tho Hudson leaves horo early this morn
ing for St. Louis. For freight or passage
see W. F. Lambdin, Agt. or apply on
The Vint Shinklo from Memphis is due
here this eveninc for Cincinnati. Sea W.
F. Lambidn, Passenger Agent, and cetyour
The John B. Maufle from Memphis ar
rived yesterday 2 p. m. She had m ex
cellent trip of freight and departed for St
Louts at 8 :30 p. m.
TheJas. W. Gaffii now lying at Padu
cah on account of a broken shaft; will be
ready to leavo there for Cincinnati next
Wed need ay,
The B. S. Rhea from Nashville has again
come back to her old trado as a regular
packet and is due here to-morrow morning
at 10 o'clock on nor return trip. Cpt. J.
S. Tyner, master.
The Ella Kiinbrouh left here for Cane
Girardeau Ttursday evening and was due
on her return trip Friday evening but she
to come to time, as she had good trip from
the Cape to St. Louis.
In tho St. Louts Republican of yesterday
thore is nearly a wholo column dovoted to
a full description of that magnifkleut
floating palaco, tho Will S. Hays Jr., which
was built at Pittsburgh. Sho will arrive
at Louisville, Monday, January 1st und re
ceive freight for her maiden trip to New
Orleans. She is cortainly one of tho finest
itoainori that ever navigated the western
waters and will also bo as fleot as the fleet
est. Whon she arrives hero our citizens
will likely visit her in largo numbers and
then can judge for themselves. Capt. W.
C.Tlcheuor will command the Hivi and
with his skill and experionco aa a com
manding officer the beautiful steamer will
surely prove a success unless some acoident
WHAT GAME OF IT.
A New Vaar'i Sketch.
"And now, "good-byt I'm off for tho
turkev. fir In! wo e.nnlil nut lnvn mmt.,i
Christmas, but wo will have ono for
New Year's day." It wrts Thto Clydo
who spoke, ns she tied a faded bluo veil
over her straw hat, and drow a hhabby
fur capo closoly around her whito
throat. Sho was a very pretty girl, with
turquoiso-bluo eyes, ami a ilnsh of senr
lot in her chocks and lips.
"If you got your money, you mean,"
said stately Marian, Theo's oklor sister,
who wore her calico wrapper with the
grao of a princess royal.
"O, Miss Briarby is always punctual,
and sho will bo Batisliecl with the dres,
"And bo euro you get apples and
raisins for tho ruince-rueat, Theo,"
cried Madgo, tho youngest of all.
"Let's have a real Christmas dinner to
morrow, if it is a week late. It's so
long sinco we've had a nice dinner!"
"But I'm only to got three dollars for
tho dress, you 'know. Madgo. I'll do
the best I can with that." And snatch
ing up a small basket containing tho
newly-Mulshed dress, Thoo tripped
away in gay spirits.
Tho throo girls kept houau in the
Widow Spriggin's third-storv front
room. Insido, the air was rnild and
balmy as a summer morning, but out
side it was sharp and koon, and a line,
powdory snow was bogiuning to fall.
Tho dross pave ontiro frMisfwtiun,
and Miss Briarbv wished Thoo a liaiinv
Npw Year. " u '
Theo's purchases were soon made.
Such a plump turkey! It almost tilled the
little basket on her arm. Then to the
ruoat-shop for boof and suet; and tho
jolly meat-man threw in a frrsh, crisp
bunch of ct'lery, smitten to tho heart,
no doubt, by Theo's bright eyes and
ruby lips. Jsext, two pounds of raisins,
so rich and sugary it tuado one's mouth
water only to look at them.
nan a uoiiar Mill roiuainotl, aud Theo
entered a fruit store, tempted bv the
display of goldeii-liued oranges and ba
uana., Brazilian datos, choice diioU-rs
of Malaga grapes, luscious rigs and
odorous liineatink's. Tim iv.l iv i a In-ill.
iantly lighted inside, for the Mion Do-
ccmoiT uay was last drawing u, a closo.
A man in a slouplunl I i nn,t i.,.Hi-
ovorcoat lounged in after Thoo, and
stood leaning against the counter.
"Now. then, what du v.m want?" .4.
uinnded the proprietor, roughly.
"Nothing,'' was tho low reply.
"inm tno sooner vou got out of horo,
the better!" blustered iho
tropical fruits, "Wo don't harbor
"t m not a tramp." answered tho
"Ihon j-uti re drunk; and got out of
here before I call a policeman!"
"For shame! O. for alinm.,"' 7..-inA
- t , - '....,... 1 1 irn
Theo, with blazing eyes. "To treat a
Human ix-mg so on N.nv Year's Evo,
"Ho's nil imnostor." .'IHI'tiifl t fin
"I'VO not tasted bnmd fur 1
said the man, in huskv tones.
Here, sir:" and Theo followed Mm
stranger into the street; "take this."
Aud sin1 thrust her lumkrt int.-. i.ia
"No, no!" said tho poor man. "I "
"But vou must! You will mil it
Aud take this, too!" And sho forced
him rcliiotautly to accept her purse, al
so, then fjiiickly hnstmied nwnv.
"She's coming!" cried Madge, Hying
to tho open dour, as a faint footstep
sounded on tho stnirs. "Tl
must be heavy, sho walks so blowly,
Vrtii- ,lw. I... ','1
in uiu luurj MHY, 1 IIC'O, VOU
haven't brought it! Was litoo hravy?
Arc they going to send it?"
j ueo reiatoti her ailveiiliiro.
"And l'-ni onlv sorrv von nml fii.n
will be disappointed' sho mldod, re
gretfully. "You did pcifeetlv right." said Ma
rian. Iieroirvillt- "tVu oi.. :....
yet, thank goodnoa! and ho was, poor
Bllt Theo still shook hor lii'nd. and
the tears sparkled in her eos.
'I'm triad VOU piv It to lilm." rrioil
Madce. and added, soft.lv. "i-on know.
Theo, who has said, 'Inasmuch as ye
I , .. ... . . V
nave uono it unto tho least of these, yo
have dono it unto me!' "
The white nino floor had been wn'-lind
and Hcourod within an Inch of its life;
-llO bl'iirhltv nolislmd M'inihiu'.minna
shone and shimmered, as if daring one
to look at ' them and not blink'; tho
round brass knobs on the old-fashioned
walnut sideboard beaming good-untur-odlv
iu tho slant ravs of tint tnorninrr
sun; a pot of bright yellow chrysanthe
mums stood iu one of tho white-curtain-ed
windows, fragrant ami full of bloom,
and a liandsomo tortoise-shell cat took
her morning 1111)1 ou a braided rug bo
foro the" fire.
Tho thl'OO housokeennrs washed tin
their bronkfast-Borvieo, and swept the
room and dusted, and nut to rights with
a zeal worthy at loast of 0 more, extend
od sphuro of action.
Suddenly a heavy, lumbering stop was
heard 011 the stairs, nml a soiimliin' mo
on tho door caused a momentary panic
n tne nttio room.
Marian, ralhinir fir.it. onened tho
"A box. innm. for Miss Then Clvtle
oxponscs paid, mum."
1 lie girls looked al each other In sslon
IshineiiT. "'J'horo's no direction 011 tho box."
said Marian, examining it carefully.
"It's u mlstnko -It's not for lis." nA
"Let's 011011 it." eriml M.nbro. "It
Clin't hurt US. nuv wan" mid aim ttt-n.
dueed a hatohot.
Thev noundod and nrie.il at tho lid.
bruised their (i liters anil tlnnllv pot, the
box open, and exposed to vinw a plump
"Aud ralslust" cried Madge, pulling
OD011 a nuner-basr. and fi linir her mouth
with tho contonls.
"And boof! And suet! Aud ce orvt"
Thoo looked on as if stupefied.
"Why, it's mine!" sho exolalmod. al
"Of course it s yours! Who said it
wmm t? answered Madgo, helping her
self plentifully to the luisins a'itiii
"But it's what I bought umfcave to
tho man!" persisted Theo.
"But you didn't buy oranges and
lemons and three big pineapples, did
you? asked Marian, still incredulous.
".So; but I bought the other things I
know they nro the sumo. And look,
Marian, look, Madge, here's mv purse
too, with tho half-dollar still Itit! What
can it mean?"
No ono could tell. But wonders will
never cease. Another knock sounded on
the t oor. Theo opened it, her lips and
cheeks scarlet with exeiteim-nt. before
her stood a man in a (douched hat and
seedy overcoat, mufllod up to his chin.
Theo recognized him.
"Come in," she commanded, Imperi
ously, "and ten us tho meaning of this."
And sha pointed to the open box, where
figs and raisins lay scattered about, or
angos and suet lay in close propinquity
to pineapples and beef, and the turkev
hud fallen helpless on his back among
the rosy peaminins that lined tlw hot.
torn of tho box, whore he held up one
plump drum-stick, as if beseechim the
sympathy of tho spectators. "
The trlunp walked obligingly in. Ho
pullod off his seedy overcoat; he threw
down his slouched hat; and thero stood
a haudsonm, broad-shouldered young
man, with gray eyes and crisp chestnut
"Cou.iin Tom!" cried Marian, as
tounded. "Why, Cousin Tom!" echoed Madgo.
But. Then stood silent, with drooping
ees and blushing cheeks.
-.."V'V,1- ,1;,'V1 ,V,n Kiting Ur me,
Ahoor" asked Tom -win,, bv-i he-way,
was only third or fourth cuiimh. aftor
Thi shook her head.
"How do I know but that von are an
inmost or:'" ln inked.
"1 had no intention nf deriving jou.
1 thought 1 ree.iouiz,.,! you on thonntreet
but it wa, so dark I fallowed vou into
the fruit .-.lore, in ner to be, eerlaiu,
befuro venturing 1 pek."
"But 0(1 Mlill VOII ll.'lilll't .,oln,l i.. ...1
or twod:ts," p.iule.l Tl,,,,,, relenting a
1 1 1. 1 n.
11 11. 1 naon t. inn i,p ),...;,,
was suowed up for nearlv a wo. k. and
tho broad all gave out; wo had plenty of
"ni mm pie aim caKe, tlimtgli, so we
11 inn 1 miss 1110 uread much."
"But what aseedy old coat and hat!"
said Madge, eyeing theet-ofT garment
"Thev arn nithei-seeilv i. 1...
said lorn. "J he fact is.when we changed
" eimiireu u) tie uKtiig a nap, and
when the conductor succeeded in rous
ing me, that coat and hat were the only
ones loft iu tho cur; so it was IJobson's
choice, as ou so;."
While Marian and Miid m Ul.i-.. ti;,
ting about the room, rousting the tur-.
"J' -"i')'iMg 11111n c1110.il, seasoning the
plum pudding, and laving the tablo for
four, '1 hoo and Cousin Tom stood bythe
window, whispiH-ing together over tho
"And you'll never uover get jealous
any more!" askod Theo, with averted
face and tell-tale cheeks.
"Never!" declared Tom. And he
slipped a plain gold ring on her finger,
and j.erhups stolo n sly kiss whilo tho
two sister discreetly basted the turkoy
who knows!' J
"Sigh No More. Ladies!"
for Dr. IVrco's "Favorite Prescription" is
lull oiiiordcrHpuculiur to purex. By all
De Look's diary contains lin finn wnr.t7
Shipments of dynimito from Switzerland
to France coutinucs.
The Rhine freshet is bursting the dikes
aud deluging towns.
Byrne 4 Smith's bleachorv burned at
L.aai,iN.j. Loss, f200,000.
A license for the new hall for tho Pas
sion play ia New York has been refu-ed.
New York appropriates $1,180,000 more
for the city government this year than
One man was killed and two badly in
jured Sy trains iu East St. Louis yester
day. Detroit spent over three aud a quarter
millions for building improvmonts during
John Dunn and Cetcwavo aro ench to
have a section of ZuzuUnd which is to be
divided between them.
Isaac Samuels of Quincv was yosterday
fined 50 in tho U. S. cmirt at Springfield
for re-using postage stamps.
Last week in New York fourteen ceuti a
bushel mors was asked for wheat fur home
consumption than for export.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
lumbago, Bickachn. Htadachi. Toothaohe,
or TbroMl, hnrllliic, Kprnlna, Brulaw,
Rami, NcaMa, ri-Ml Ultra.
in ail oTiiiH iionii.Y ns tan mum.
Bold by Druni.li aud txaU'r. .v.rTli.ra. Hfit C.ata a tvtll.
PlrMilum la II liBua,H.
tmf rit a Rj.Fia a. toofi.cr co.
will cure dyspepsia.heartbuin, ml.
ria, kidney disease, liver complaint,
and other wasting diseases.
enriches the blood and purifiei the
system, cures weakness, lack of
energy, etc. Try a bottle.
i the only Iron preparation that
does not color the teeth, and will not
cause headache or constipation, si
other Iron preparations will.
l adies and all sufl'ciers from neu
ralgia, hysteria, and kindred com-jihrnt-.,
will find it without an equal.
-MaimfHrl'irer nud Dealer In
Hth Streo., iMtween Com'l Ave. and Levoe.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINDS OK A MUNITION.
Safes Ko mired. All Kind" ol K ya Made.
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