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.CAIRO, ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY k 1883.
City Ofncers. j
M Hjrtir N . B. Thittlewood.
I'rKSKiirisr T. J. Kurth.
tlvra- Ucuula. J, ViAry.
Uuuui-lor--Wm. H. OUburt.
Urttml 1. H. Mcyore,
oiiio or aujcunsa
Kirnt Ward-Win. McIUib.T. M. Klmliroosli.
rtnr.owl Ward- Joiitu llinkltt, C. N. Hiibe.
TH.I.t ll.nl U k KUbi' .lnhn Wniwt.
KoiirtU Ward-Chailoa O. Patter, Adoiph Swo-
' Kiri'li Ward-T. W. Ha'.lldar. Erneat B. PMtlt.
Circuit .ladac U. !. Ituk.-r.
Circuit I'krk A. 11 IrvU.
C'ounly .1 ud.i ft. S Youunj.
Coiiiny 'lir--S..I. Iluno-i.
' County Attorney- 4. M. Iivnr'ni.
Counir TfeMurMr -.Viilcr W. 1'nrknr.
iShc-tlrT John HoiUj. ,
(,.,riMn:r II. Fliwralit
t'oiioty Commlionrii T. w. Jlallluay, ),
Uiblta aud Pi'Ur fattp.
.-rMKO UAI'THT. -eirimr I'tnith and Poplar
lyotrecH; preaching fir-Hand Iterl Siinrtny, ti:
a tinmili, II m. d 7:n t. iu ; prayer meet
iii"Th'trdiiy.7::tp. m.; SuniUf i-cbieil, !:W.n)
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MWHVll K HIS KKDIiBMKK -WK;''""!'')
j fourteenth aimer, bur-day 7W in., limy
lint ti :irtfi : .:") IK., Sunday :hotl i '1 on a.m.
UofUUij P.-a cm; Wi n. m., KvenluK t'rayora. K
J' liuvvupori, S T. II. Hortur.
hot missus uv luniHT cdukc;i.
it f hi in -in i u-.. '4 n. in.. Mid 7;3i p. m
1 .imii. trbuul t 7 M p. rn Rev. T. J. fclioea,
I f I tiK.KAK--Tlilrt-.Tlh tieti acrviura 8ab
ij i. ..li I :. oi l Sunday c:bx.l2p m. Kt.
rlt- i; i ". part .
MKI H"lIST- '.l. illrfblb and 'A'amul trU.
IT v:Mnn .Sitihath ll:On. r.i. nnd7: p.m.
. unlay B ;:i'i.i', at .v p. . Ke. J. A. HcatKll.
! i.K'.iV TKKSAN -fc'.Kli'h lifwt; p'fcntuc u
1 .N'.i.tiiiili at ll:J a. in. arid 7::p. m ; pwrr
. A calendar al 7 :-i'J p. m.; Nunday Srhaol
iitp hi. lie H V. ie'ire, paaior.
i I'imI'Ms ilt'inmn Ca'holtr) I'orntsr Crop,
." '. V-.lr..t tn-.el; a.Tvlcea tia'tbath UIIUi.
. , Smiilav r:. vl ! p. m. ; Vetir 3 m. ; wf.
r;-. - vi-iry'.iMT t ti Hov. U'liitr, iTloct.
I' A J !llt'll'S-H')miin (.Vliolk) Corner Ninth
O fi-i lu.i Washington vunne; ervlcn, Sab
.1.:.; . !i t l.'l a.m.; Verier, 1 p. m.; honday HnhwO
2 j. i. f'rvir.i-evry d at 8 a. ra. Kev. .V.wU'rsoii
; rii il.
K. U. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CBN1KA I. K. K.
TIIIIM l.grAllT. THANH AHKIVK.
Mai! .....,. 3:Ui.m I Mai; .4:ifta.m
t AcctiaV.atiob.il itOa.ai 'EXfrtM 11:10 a. in
lEipi. :i::i p. m J Aconidatiott..4:15 p. in
V. br. I.. A N. O. K. II. Uackajn Hunt-).
fVn! l:IU.m I tW!l 4:lp.I'l
l"xrr- l:4ia m tEapp-M li):aia
t Ac'.n idittlon :f !V p in
hT.L. K.K (Narrow Uauue )
Kii rci" K:l:. a. in I Ripriaa .V p m
Acrum'.litloD. 1 :i p m I Arcom'dation 11 :) a ru
HT l , l.M A S. K. It
Kpn:r lliV'p.ra tEiprcan .-. S:iW P m
WA HASH, ST. I.OI ISA PACIKIC K'YCO.
M,llK.... r:'i vm Mall A Ki. ...:: pra
lArrom'datiun 1:1' p. in t Accoin'datioo 11:10 a.tu
(Mily vice pi Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE A OHIO R. R '
Mail ..5:Ma. m. t Mail 9:10 p in.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis ami .Chicago.
'L'ho Onlv Lino Jtunuint;
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Dikkot Connkotion
Tkain Laava Caiim:
:.: :i m. Mr1.
Arrlvinclii Hi Lou i:4r .(!).; ('hicaKo.H:30p.ni.;
Ctti'iKcriini: t oll" a"'1 KtUnirham for Clucln
tiali, Louiavlilu. ludlnnupolia aud polnta Kant.
1 1 :lt a.m. St. IjOiii und Western
Arrivini: la M. l-uln 7 :05 p. ru., and conuecttnu
for alf point vt.
:$ DO p.m. l'nt 10xpr'8H.
for St. Loiiin nd ChiWKo. arriving al St. Louie
10:10 p.m., and Chicago a m
;i:5( p.m. Cincinnati MxprH.
Arriving al ClncL-pati 7:00 a.m.; .nutaville ti::5
ni.; Iii'llnnapulla 4:W a.m. I'afnKi'ra bv
thin train rrftcli th8 abovu iiotnia IU to 3o
lloL'KS In advance of any other route.
ryTUfl :1:51 p. m. oiproM has PULLMAN
bLEKl'INU t'AK Cairo to Cincinnati, wltbo it
ehanna, and through etiiBpur to St. Louia aud
1M Tirno East.
P iccnnii-.tl'a h 'h,u,' Rnlhronub to Kt.
1 lis!")i;iljtl S urn point without any dolay
canan.1 by Sunday tuti-rvenluR. Tbo Saturday ofler
noon tram from Cairo arrive lu new Vick Monday
aiornliii! at . 10:;. Thlrty aix hours In advanced
U7 other route.
ITJ-Knr through llckom and furtliur iuformatlou,
apply at Illlnole Central Kailroad Dopot, Cairo.
,1. 11. JON ItS, Ticket AgiMit.
A. H. UANSON, Oon. l'aaa. Agont. Chlcauo
QBORUE II. LEA.CU, M. I).
I'livisioian and Surgoon.
Special attontlon pall to the Homoopithlc treat
mcnt ofmiricul dlicaaei, and diaonoa of women
Oinoo! On I Itli Btrcnt, opposite the Pot Odlco,
K. W. 0. JOCEfiYN,
D 10 N T 1ST.
UK-l'Mi.K--HlE'itbj Htreot, near Come orclal Atoueti
B W. WHITLOCK,
Ornoi No. 186 Oommcrctal Aveouo, hitwuuq
JtM'a and Ninth StrauU
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choiceU Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Altvayi uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Hare gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qua.
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
favor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
akanarfUMlla T-..1 Unm,, Itr. Frlw'i Inu Baktaf
rrm4r, mmt Itr. I'rlM'i I alu TtrhiBM.
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADE COOD6
WW ItNII IVIl f.VM'JII t,tnr.P
Havin'inow poifn-tel mv nrr ingementl to
iii'ply the trad ! with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can Now OlFer as Follows : Oysters
Taken From the Siu-tl Here Fresh
an From the Gulf.
i ro per l'to
, 75 "
" Sa liica
Oyaters In bulk
uyttcr alandards lu canit. ...
FRESH FISH. ':
Ked Snunoer nr h
Sheep Head, Ac i
Shrimoa, Lolmt"' a. Ci-a ami Turtle a'l ip a aiin
t-inr.iiii. uist.oi .-sr ro THE TltAOIi.
JOHN S PRO AT.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
rhe Largest. Variety Stock
1 TV .TI I K CITY.
(iOODSSOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. lATllilt & CO..
or. Nineteenth itrtet I ittil'tk 111
Commercial ATnanef U'ttHU 111
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICF. PY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
'''RED FOR 8U1PPINO
Oar Loads a Specialty.
O F If" IC'Kl
t or, Twelfth Street and Le?ee,
T. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS ItUN A3 FOLLOWS.
ON AND &FTEII MH!1l.tr, OOrOIIKR 21.
Bxpreaaand Malllcnvea Cairo, every day except
Sunday, at 8:15 a. in. Arrive at lliist St. Loula at
3:')p. ui Arrivusnt Cutro at 4::i5p. m.
Accommodation arrive, at 11:10 a. m. aud do
parts at 1:K p. in.
JAMES KELCII& CO.
ll. T. GEROULD ANU
0. P. N E W L A N D.
AND GAS FITTERS,
DRIVK WKLLS, FORCE AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
UP IN A WORKMANLIKE
' MANNER, GAS FIX- ,
Of all kind, furnUhftd to order, old nxtnrc, ro
nroDiad; jobbing promptly attuudmt to. Orilcr,
rocolvod at Danlol Uartinau'a or at tho tbop,
COMMEHC1AL AVUNUB BETWEKN
NINETIl 'AND TBNTII 8TRBBT9,
OAtRO ... . ir,T,S.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORKECTBD DAILY Y CHAS. CUNNING
9:30 A. M January 3, KM.
Jauuary. i February. March. May.
I'ork "16 ., itWdi'i I7 2S
Wheat... M iA I Hi
Corn.... 4'Jta 4'.) rM 6314
Pan .. . m, -
J a n uary. Ke bruary. .Murcb. I May.
Pork... $iK0 llfoo firlii '
Wheat.. itrt MX
2 30 I'. M.
jati'iary. rubriiarv. March. Alay.
Pork.... $lir; I $16 00 $17W'.
Wheat.. Ill' dm
Corn.... 4014 4!0 M
Oa'".... 85K X, SJ :ts',j
W. F Lahuium, r!vr editor of I'ns JIcu-ictin
and itea;nboit pawner ajut. Orders for all
kinds of atea-nhoat Job printing aollclted. Oince
n rWwor'i! Eiiropi-an Hotel, No. 7i Ohio levee.
fTAOKS OK THE RIVKK.
The river marknil liy tho gnugo lust
evening at thin port, 1 feet ntid
0 inches and falling'.
PilL-ilmrch, Jan. 00 i. in-Rivcr 'I feet
7 inches nni falling.
Cincinnati, Jan. o -(i p. m. River 13
feet 4 inches anl falling.
L'Miiflville, Jan. 3 fi p. m. River 7
feet 8 inches and falling.
Nashville, Jan. 3-C p.m. River 5 feet
3 inches and falling.
Hi. Louis, Jn. 3-0 p.ui. River 8 feet
1 inch'and falling.
The Uudtion is at St. Louis waiting for
the i'cd to "let up."
The fine steamer Chas. Morgan in due
from New Orleans to-day for Cincinnati.
The Andy Baum left Cincinnati Wednes
day for Memphis.
The Thos. Shtu lock is three days out from
The Granite State fur Memphis passed
down yesterday morning at 2 o'clock.
The river at St. Louis is still full of
heavy ice and navigation entirely sus
' The G us Fowler had a good trip yester
day. She is due again this evening from
The City of New Orleans has been re
ceiving freight hero for two or three days
and will leave lor tho lower Mississippi
early this morning.
Our , compositor on the river column
won't let us call the Will 9. Hays by her
right name. Iu Tuesday morning's paper
he had it Will S. Havs Jr., and in yester
day's issue Will P. Hays.
The Paris C. Brown leaves to day for
New Orl nn. For passenger rates sec W.
F. Lambdin, Agent, or npply on board.
The Brown is first class and her officers aro
all polite and courteous gentlemen.
Tho Will S. Hays left Louisville for New
Orleans last evening. She will reach here
Saturday evening. W. F. Lambdin, pas
senger agent, will furnish tickets to parties
who may wish to tnako the round trip on
her from hero to New Orleans nnd return
at low rates.
Yesterday was about as disagreeable a
day as it ever gets bo. A slight drizzling
rain, slippery, muddy, aud very cloudy. If
this combination don't constitute mean
weather in the worst form, then we would
like to have somo weather judge come up
THE CRIME OF THE YEAR.
Tho year now closing lias literally beeu
red with crime in this country. Never be
fore has there been such disregard for hu
man life, bo many persons killed, so tunny
hanged, or so many . lyucbed. It is no
ticeable also that crime is on tho increase.
During the past week more persons have
died from personal violence than dur
ing any four previous weeks of tho year.
A wavo of crime Booms to bo sweeping
over the country, aud na small portion of
its influonce is fell in tho insecurity of life
and property in our city, whero footpads
aud sluggers pursue their violent calling
with almost perfect impunity. How much
of this is duo to the incflkacy of punish
ment is shown in tho fearful rocoid of
flfiy-four murders committed in Chicago
alono. Of theso fifty-four murderers only
ono was banged, the majority of the
others being sent to the peuitentiary for
The total number of murders committed
la the United States during the year re
ported by tolograph to the Tribuno and it
must be remomborod that tho list is by no
means complete Is 1,407, an excess of 201
over, the list reported for 1881. The cau
ses may bo classified as follows:
Intoxication, 14S; Jealousy, 103; Com
mitted in solf-dofonse, 21; Quarrels,' 554;
Insanity, 87; Infanticide, 21; Patricide, 1;
Matriolde, S; Fratricide, 4; la. resisting
arrest, 48 By highwaymen, 144; Highway
men killed, 110; Outrage, 8; Faction
encounters, 20; By poison, 32; Duels, 8;
L Unknown, 124. Total, 1,407.
j The increase of 201 over lubt year can be
almost completely accounted for in the
murders committed by thieves and high
way men and by thugs and hoodlums while
under tho effect of whisky.
Meanwhile the hangman has not been
idle, for duriug the last twelve months he
has strung up 121 criminals, whereas last
year he hangod but 00. Of these 121
criminals 42 were Imngnd in tho northern
states and 79 in the southern, tho most
distinguished of the list being Charles J.
Guiteau, who was hanged in tho District of
Columbia Juno 30th, for the murder of
Prcsid nt Gufield. The execution io the
severai states were as follows: Missouri, 7;
LouitsiaM, 8; New York, 0; Wyoming
1 ; Iirth Cirolin-i, 7; Dakota, 4; Georgia,
11; Idaho, 1; Arizona, 5;TiX,0; Nevada,
1; South Carolina, 11; Pennsylvania, 0;
Kentucky, 4: 'Arkansas, 4; Mississippi, 4
California, 3; Illinois, 5; Oregon,!; Vir
ginia, 3; Alabama, 3; Indian Territory, 4
Tennessee. 5; New Mexico, 2; Cob rid', 1 ;
District of Columbia, 1; Connecticut, 1.
The south as will be observed, has been
very busy nt the ira!los, though scarcely
ta:rin its discrimination, for nut of the 711
victims 50 were negroes, evidently showing
that it is not difficult to hang negroes in
Judge Lynch has nlso had his shnreof
virtim, having executed in all 117, ..r
within f iur in number of those who h ive
suffered the penalty law. Texas takes the
lead, having cared for 16. The list in the
reuniuing states are as follows: Virginia,
2; Washington, 5; Ohio, 2; Indiana. 4;
West Virginia, 1 ; Georgia, 3; Alabama, 0;
Kentucky, 8; Colorado, 14; NV.v Mexico,
0; Kansas, 4; Florida, 3; Missouri, 4; Ari
zona, 6; Pennsylvania, 1; Minn'-snta, 2;
Louisiana, 9; 8 mth Carolina, Oi Arkansss,
4; Tennt'ss-je, 2; Mississippi, 3; Wyoming,
1 ; Dakota, 1 ; Idaho, 1. Total iu the north,
50; in the south, 07.
The way to produce a smile on the face
of a man, suffering with a racking couuh,
is to make him a present of a bottle of Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup. Just try it and you
will be astonised at the result.
CAUSE OF GAMBETl'A'S DEATH.
A Paris correspondent gives tho follow
ing interesting statement of the causes
which led to the death of the great diplo
"It is impossible to affirm utilil afiertho
autopsy, which takes place to-day, ibi,
""'f'lted I'' - " " iTwua, in, urn icccivcd
a bullet in the abdomen. Still, without
doubt, the wound in tho aim was the pri
mary caine of his death, and necmitated
iuimobili'y, depriving him of the exercise
prescribed as indispensable to one of his
constitution and temperament, continually
threatened by cerebral congestion. It is
whispered, also, that he did not obey the
medical diet of milk aud eys. Through
out his illness his friends sought to conceal
the gravity of tho situ ttion, and, above all,
the agency of a womau in the tragedy.
Nevertheless no doubt is pcrmi.-sublo that
the shot which directly or indirectly caus
ed his dentil was tired by a lady who is
well known in Paris und whoso pecudonyni,
Lcouie Leon, conceals tho patreonymic of
ono of the most honorable Irw;liiish famil
ies of Bordeaux.
SHE LEFT UEU HUSBAND,
the Counselor-General of the Girotidu de
partment, to follow tho fortunes of him by
whose .eloquence in the Buudin subscript
ion and trial shu was completely fascin
ated, and uniting with him in 18G8, she
deserted her family. Their connection has
lusted ever since. He was impatient of
tho chain he could tiot brenk, especially as
a child was boru the succeeding year whose
paternity he refused, to acknowledge. Theso
refusals ca'tscd scenesof recrimination and
ofieu of positive violence between the lov
ers. The man wearied of tho connection
and tho woman clung devotedly to him for
whom shu had sacrificed herhonor. (Jam
betta disliked the child, who was sickly
but intelligent, nud lived as his nephew.
He resembled G iiubettu iu character and
features. Two years ago Loonie's husband
died, and she summoned Gauibetta to ful
fill his promise of marriage, but received
anotherrefus.il. He made nn agreement,
however, to provide' for young Leon, on
the conditiou that he should be cduca
cated in Gormany. The miUnr hes
itated but finally consented, and accom
panied tho child and his father to Dresden
This was tho journey commented upon
lastyeiir by the European press, which as
cribed political motives to the presence of
Lcou Mass'iblu at the gurman hotels. Tho
connections was coutiuued after their return,
Leonio going every Saturday evening to bis
villa, whore she was accepted as mistress
by tho servants, and returning Monday
morning in his caniago. Their quarrclls
also contiuuod. Wi hin a woek tbroo dis
charged domestics revealed tho mysteries
of the ill-starred establishment. . Finally
the dissensions culminated In tbe scene of
THE CNHAPPf riSTOL-SHOr
Gambctta lt his temper, giving Vdiit !u
abuse aud coarse language, such as be was
wont to employ in moments of passion.
She was exasperated, seized a revolver and
fired. lie raised his hands to turn aside
tho weapon and received his death wound.
Everything else is conjecture; none but they
knows the truth and Gambetta died, yet
made no sign. I can vouch for tho authen
ticity of this version of the unhappy story,
and I a sumo the entire responsibility for
it, no matter how different it may be from
the others which may obtain publicity."
Choosing a Wife.
A young man was courting two young
ladies at one time, and loved them both
so well that he was in a considerable
quandary which one to marry. He was
curtain that ho could get either ono, for
they both encouraged his attentions.
Ho finally concluded to try a little strat
ngem. So one day he mounted his
horse, rodo out to see his fair friends,
und hitched his horse at the gate of the
first one. Going into the house in pre
tended haste, he told the girl his horse
was sick and asked if she could give him
any bread scrapings out of tho tray, as
that was a good remedy. "O la yes,
lots of 'em.1' was the answer, and going
to tho kitchen, sho soon returned with a
panful of dried dough. He took them
out and disposed of them in somo way,
roncluding that a girl raised to such
waste in the kitchen would be neither a
neat nor economical wife. Tho next
girl had the same trial;his answer was,
"No, sir, I always wash out my trav
when I liuisli making up the dough."
Ilo very wisely chose the latter gTrl for
u wile. A straw slums which way the
"What am gooder dan goodness?"
asked Brother Gardner as he opened the
mit'ling. "It am not only inoro com
fortable to be good, but. "dar1 am mo'
money iu it in de eaml. When a cash
ier robs n bank of ,?:i),ikm) it looks as if
he were get tin' nhead powerful fast,
but sich am not do ease. De first de
tective who cotehes him gits :o,OO0 fur
not obertaki'ii' him. Den he loses . 2,000
in p'avin' keei'iN wid n Chicago uam
lilor. Den he nm robbed of s;,uoi) m -m
Omaha boat-din' Ihuim'. Den he invests
I",iHh) in mines aroim' Denver an' am
scooped oilier eN-ry shilleu'. Long ' linni,
il.it lime he am 'rested by de hank, and
what de lawu-rs ilonn' git will be re
turned to de v:toiK What h;n d;it
Ii'.s de same wid a gambler. lb"
in. IV win .V)0 to-night :iml oo,e .7oi
lo-moner night, tine day In- may s'poii
a watch will (wo chaiiii-ile next he
may have to pawn his coat fur it brand v
I h:is liggercd it up a dozen times
ober, an' it alius comes out de same
way. Diibad man may make eighlv
per cent on his capital fin- a few 7iori
,.i...,uv-. " "f bankruptcy el.ii,.i,.. -i
bv de front an" hJ iV'
good. I'c good, eben if you doanv mailt!
ober fo' percent at it. ' Outside of all
de money coiisiderashiin dor am nfccliu'
down under de vest dat beats a diamond
rintr all to pieces."
rjlllB CITV NATIONAL DANK.
Ot Calro. MlinoiH.
II OHIO LEVEK.
CAPITAL, $ 100,000
A General Banking business
TUOsft. V. 11 AlAA DAN .
JUTKRl'KISE KAVINU HANK.
Of Cairo. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. JIAIil.il AY,
at ami below COST
CLOSING OUT SALE!
A partial lt of article anil preen,
Small Safes, -Cupboard,
Break Cam Tables,
$3 50 to $3 75
5 00 to 5 60
5 00 a Het.
2 25 to 2 50
6 00 to (i 50
19c lo 45c per yd.
7 00 to 12 00 each
A Cuno Rocker for
75c, large size.
Aud a'l other Itoii eliold and Kitchen Furni
ture at raina propoitiou. We hnvo an linmenM
liock of all kiiulu and must sell.
II. J. II1NSON.
Oof. lOth St. l'to Wualiinaton Avo.
O A. L
r Pin waro.
Brown's Iron Bitters
is one of the very few tonic
medicines that arc not com
posed mostly of alcohol or
whiskey, thus becoming a
fruitful source of intemper
ance by promoting a desire
for rum. 1
B kown's I ron. Bitters
is guaranteed to be a non
intoxicating stimulant, and
it will, in nearly every case,
fake the place of all liquor,
and at the same time abso
lutely kill the desire for
whiskey and other intoxi
Rev. G. W.Uict., editor (if
i Ik: American Christina AV
''(W, say of 1 frown's In :i
( in., ( ., ". . i-'i. i SS '.
t.cl'ti: (.: h-'i v .-,.!
blj; "I Viljl I'miC ;;i ..;m ..,
pi'MMtie, mid. i. i. iielul
gence of our i o.lc. iiij!..s
your picpiir.iioii .i iw .ii ;
ami ii' applied, i' .iv- ..
ibvds v. lu) iymoii . i sil.uii.s
toi' tenipiir.iiy r.i'. i .li.m.
Brown's Ikx I!i nnus
has been thoroughly tested
for dyspepsia, indigestion,
biliousness, weakness, debil
ity, overwork, rheumatism,
liver complaints, kidney
troubles, &c, and it never
fails to render speedy and
Xrf. K. INCE,
Mniiiifac.iiirnr and Dealer -In
flth Slrcoi, helwccii Ceiu'l Av. and Lovee.
CHOKE UOR1NG A SPECIALTY,
ALI- K08 OK AMUNITIOX.
Safoi He.ialrcd. All Kinds ol Keys Mailo.
O S bf
r At' .i
w s . y JOT
KI.Ot'H. GRAIN ANDUAY
, Highest Cub Price Paid fY Wheat.
tio IV his key!