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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1883.
ayir-N. 11. Thistlewood.
Ir..iiiriif T. K-irtU.
I'l..r 1)1 nil(. J. KdlfV.
i:.i,iuaelor--Win. 11. (Jliliort.
ttHrnhnl L. H. Moyera,
tttoiuuy William lletrtrlcki.
aoAiil) Or itLDSHMBM
Kirm Ward Win. McfUle.T. M. Klratirongh.
Mr.unri Ward-J ono Untitle, C. N. Utilities.
Ttttrd Ward B. V, Make, John Wood.
Kourtta Ward-Charles 0. I'atler, Adolph Swu-
KiuVi Ward -T. W. UaUldar. Brunt n. . attlt.
County Office I'M.
i.Vn-.it .U.ie -U. J.Buk. r.
Circuit Orlc A. H Irvla.
County Judcu ft. S Vocum.
County t'lera S. J. Ilumm.
County Attorney J - M. lMmrim.
C o'ltity Treaa.imr-Mtlee W, Parker.
Uiruuer K. Kltziirala
County Commlcaioor-T. W. Halltday, J. A.
Utbba aud i'eter .satip.
(vWHO B .PTHr. Cirnr Tuuib aud Poplar
J etrevts; preaculnu Stat aud ttilrd Sundaye In
-acl luoaili. 11 a. i. a.i 7: V) a. ut.tprayor moot.
.!,,' Ttmr.47M'. n.;tnUr r.'2',,:;W.-m
tt-v. A .1. UBnrt Palor.
Hl'hCH OF THS nKUKKSlliK-BplacoDa')
V.y Kourtemnu etrcet; buuday 7:W m., Holy
M.li.ir.it; H;'li a.m., Sunday a -hold ; '1 :0J a.m.,
Mornl-K I'.-iocMi h-ijoo. m., livening Prayera. P.
! (sv-iiDort. .-i. i- .
l ll-T MlShl"N A RY UArTIST Ctltttcu
' I'li-a.' til-i at lii jti a. o... a i. in., aut 7:) p. m.
al l u.i, dio"l at 7. p. m Ht. T. J. Shorn.
i I'-, I! KHAN -TMrf-nth eueut; aercu.es Bab-
, h-h :i a m ; Sunday arhevdlp m. Wer
i,pp-. i it
MrM lloI'lHT-C' r. Eih'h't" and Wal.nt atrc-eU,
(t.' !iti, Sal-bath UHjn. in. and 7:30 p. m.
. '!:(., rc'i'i"! a' coup m. Kv .1. A. Scarrelt,
I !" !t TK 111 N - Eighth alraet; prracoliiR on
I .'-i'1-iti at ltno a. oi and 7:ip. m.;praer
i tliii"'l' at 7:'lp ru ; huti'lay 8.-hol
k i "i Krv V. iew, paetor.
v .!.:. I'M Woman Cttbullc) Cornet Ctoes
'Acini! f.riTtt; acrvtree Hahbath ll:Se.
. , -iim .av r -tiool at, p. tn. ; Ve.pers 3 p. ttt-; itt--.a
txiry'day at 8 a. m. Uov. O'Unra. I'rtoct.
I' A l'HU K'S -(Roman Catholic) Coru. Ninth
r 'fvt a .d Waatiinton avenac; erlcea Sab
o . n ..a 1 '. a. ut. ; V apra J p. il. ; dnnday School
-J( ;. a.Tvlct ery day at S a at. B?. MiMWlWn
K. K. TIME CARD AT CAIHU.
ILI.IMOIS CE.M KAL H. K.
tutta ixravT. T-asa amiivf
.lai. .' 0 a.m I tMal! 4:05 a.
Acciiai'daUoa.ll:IO.m xptbi .11:10 .m
tF.iprca H:) p m Acc'imdtlou..4:15 p.ro
C . t. L. i N. O. K. U, (Jackton llflute).
rM;i ..4.ratMalI .. 4:S)p.iu
r.!r Vi:Kla ro tEipre 10:1ua tn
A-"n'idatlou .-Klp tn
!T. I.. 4 0. K. K. fNarrow la:me )
Eir a.m I Kiprja 4:4-1 p. in
Acrim'dtlon. l:U0p.m aAccota'datlon 11 :4'1 n
ST. I. . I. M AS. K. H
K.pr-r ll:Vip.tn tiprvaa-.. 2:0 u ui
WABASH. KT. I.0CIH4 PA( .PIC R'TCO.
M .11 4 Ka .... 5:'M vm I Mall 4 Kt .... U::v) p ro
t Arroio'dallou -I:!1 p.m 1 1 Acr.o-.n'dation II :10 a.m
Dai!) except tsanday. t Bally.
MOBILE 4 OHIO U K'
Mail A'.ffi a. m. I Mall .0:W p. m.
LLIXOIS CKXTRA.L U. R.
t-i - ' - .. r. i.f-JL
ut 'nrir urnjr ,-U
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv lAuo Kutmiiijjj
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connkotion
TK'h l.tiTK OAtllv:
.'.'.:().' ii m. Mail,
Arrlvtux In Bl. I.tnia H 45 a Ul.; Chtcano,:8li p.m ;
t'onnertitic: ' udiu and Ktlliiuhara for Cfucln
li..i.. L"Uvi;k-, lu.tloiiapolia aud polula East.
X : L 1 1 it.tu. H. I oui mul Western
Ar-lvlnn In hi. lmla W p. W., and c,.inuert)n
for all pmnta W-al.
II C0 p.m. t'lii-t l.xirtaii
i.irM l.o'iW und Chicago, arrivtuc at St. Loula
10: it) p.m., and Chicago 7i--it' ro
i n. Clm iiwiatl 15xprt.
Arnvlnij at Cincinnati 7:ii0 am.; I.outavllle fi5
n ni.; Inllanapolla 4:09 a.m. Paafi-nucra by
Una lrln ri'acti the abovu noluta lli to 30
HoCHS In advance of any other route.
Drriio S:yi p. nt, oipruaa hna PULLMAN
M.LKris'O CAR Cairo to (Uno.lunatl, without
champs, and through loupur to St. i.oula and
Fast Tinio East.
1 iv- iiiirrni'ij thia llnu solhrotitjh to Ka.t.
. ili.llim.l em polnta without any dolay
CKUi"-d l.y Huuday InUrvunln,:. Thu Saturday after
noon train from Cairo urrlvoa lu new York Monday
aiorni'tu at Ui:h'i. T'l'ny-alx hourt lu advanceol
n ' otimr route.
I Ip-Por throtiiih tlckuta and furlhof Information,
iilvat Illlnol Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. H . JON KS, Ticket Aiptnt,
A. It. HANSON, Uttn. Paaa. Agunt. Chlcano
QKOIWK II. LKACII, M. IK
Fhvioian antl Surgeon.
Special iittantlou paid t. the Homtioptthlc treat
.mi nt nraurnlcal dlaeaaoa, and diaeni'ea of woinou
Office: On I It h airont, oppo-du the Poat Oilktt,
jyt. W. C J0CBXYN,
UFKlcn-Elhtii Blroet, near Como orolal Ayannti
-,r t t 1 - 1 " -
J)R. K W.' wfllTLOCK,
0.mtal Surgeon. ,
t ! . , '" . " .
Utrriui No. 1M Commarolal Attanue, btwoee
Jtitr fa aud Ninth blraau
rjlIIK CITY NATIONAL BANK.
f)t ;nlrr. Illlnoiia.
71 OHIO MCVKK.
A General Uankinif bu8inen.s
TllOH. V. ItAI,M.l)AV,
JHTKRPnihi: 8AVI.N0. HANK.
Of Caito. .
BXCLUSIVKIiY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOe. W. IIALUUA.Y,
JKW FliH AND OVaTSR DEPOT.
HarloKDow perferta l my arranitODieoti to
upply tbo tnda with
OYSTERS AND. FISH,
I Can Now Oli;r aa Follows: Oyitcr
Taken From the Shell Here Fresh
as From the Gulf.
Bavou Cooka M ptr liw
" 8a lma l.V, '
" Baalno ,. 75
Orntra tn hulk An
Oyatora aundarda In cana W '
Rd Sn.tppr r. per ft
HIli-cp Head, Ac " '
Phrlnioa. I,obtna. Crasa and Turtle a'l Ip apaaon
HHKRtl, IHSCOUSr TO THE TRADE.
XEW Y01.K STORE,
WllOLELULC AMD RETAIL.
T'Imj Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
(iOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. FAT IE U Ac CO.,
for. Nineteenth alreot 1 'aTt. Ill
Commercial Are-uu J 'yttll U 111
PROPRIETOR OF SPROA.T'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICF HV THK CAR LOAD OR TON,WELl
KKD FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street aud Leiee,
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO llll
TRAINS RUN A8 FOLLOWS.
ox amd arrER mojiht, onromia 21,
Exprcie and Mall luavea Cairo, everv day vtrept
Sunday, at 8:15 a. m. Arnv.a at Kaat St. Loult at
1:'J0p. m ArrlToaat Cairo at 4:SAp. tn.
Accommodation arrive, at 11 :W a. m. and de
parts at 1 :H p. in.
JAMES KELCII& CO.
ll. T. GEROULI) AND
O. P. NEWLA N D.
AND GAS FITTKRS,
DRIVK WELLS, KORCB AND
LIFT POMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
DP IN A W0RKMANLIKK
MANNER, GAS FIX
Of all klndafurnlahed to order, nld fixture ro
hroniod; Jo. hlng promptly tttunded to. Order
rofulvod at Dantul Uirtinan'a or at the ahop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN
NtNRTIl AND TENTH BTREBTR,
oa. 1 no .... iTs.
O O A L
D Stoves D
B rriu-vvaro. B
CHICAGO MARKKT REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CI1AS. CUNNING.
9:30 A. M Sanimry 4, 18,1.
Jantmry. j IVhrnary. I March. May.
Pork ib 75 f 16 UO .17 10
Wheal... 91 9lt
Corn.... 40 4i) ml 58
Oata.... a.V4 sr.' 8SX mi
January. Pabruary. .March. I May.
Pork... lt) M) T7 0 Itrfiii '
Wheat.. v ton 7u
(lom-w 50 kOK U)H r,u
a so p. m.
January. Nbrnary. March. May,
Pork.... 17 0O I7M Il7'i I
Wheat. WJil 6H I 07'
Corn.... ji KOHaH I ft I WWH
ChlcaRO, January 4, 1882.
t . Hecftlnta. iililpmanta.
Wheat H7.0H9 147
Oorn 2(12,(180 wi S7!)
Oatu m,m I15A11
ORAIM IV BTORI t!4 CUICASO.
Jan I. '8a3. Jan. 2,
V.'beat .S.1MI.S06 3,8J4.81?
Cora 2.tf(Wl'H) ft,3SJ!i
Oati .... ..1,68J,2S8
hhowlne an lncrcaaa of 17.lSi bn. wheat for
week; 417.9 0 ba. corn; 8SU,r5. hu oa'a.
W P ;,vnn!N, rlwr editor of j'nrj It n.i.r.Ti n
and alea.nbott panr a,'-ut. Ord.-r for all
kluda of steamboat Job printing aollflted. t,1lcn
at Bowor'a K'lropoan Hotel, No. 7J Ohio levee.
HI' AO KH OP T1IK KIV'KK.
The river marki:'! by tin: ynue last
eveniug at this purl, 15 I'wt and
5 inches aod fallioir.
Pittsburgh, Jau. 1 fl p. m Riv.t 2 feet
2 laches and 1'alling.
Cincinnati, Jan. 4 -G p. m. River 12
feet 4 inches and falling.
Ltjuisville, Jan. 4-'i p. m. River 7
feet 5 inches aud falling.
N'ubliville, Jad. 4 t p.m. River 1 feet
8 inches and falling.
St. Louis, Jan. I -0 p.m. River 7 feet
0 inches and falling.
The Tbos. Sherlock from New Orleans
is due here Sunday for Ciucinuati.
Budiues on the wharf yesterday was
pretty go.d considering the barl weather,
The Otis Fowler had a good trip yester
day both ways. Shu will iC lure to-mor
row on time.
Tbc J. H. Hilltmn from Nslivi!li; ar
rived hero last evening at 4 o'clock and
left on her return trip at 5 p. tu.
The Mississippi arrive J from below lat
(.'Tuning. Capt. Good of the Mississippi
river e.niuiis.-ion is iu the city.
Twenty tivo members of 15th amendment
came over to the Cairo t St. Louis n trrow
guage railroad and took passive for Pa lu
cah on the Gus Fowler.
The Paris C. Brown gut a very fair
freiybt trip after all. She received 18
cabin passengers and 43 deckers and de
parted for New Orleans last night.
The Andy Bautu for Memphis uud the
Will S. Hays for New Orleans left Cincin
nati Wednuslay evening at 5 o'clock. The
Hays was delayed by s mo necessary work
to her machinery as sho was advertised to
leave Cincinnati Tuesday the 3:id inst.
The weather continues growing more
disagreeable; a continual driliug rsin was
kept up all of yesterday and the streets ndr
levee are almtst too bad tor pedesttiaiis
and last night was as black as Erebus, ac
companied with fog which' vented ti.mga
tion ou the river.
Tbo Hudson's ciow entirely lus kit St,
Louis for their homes until the ice will per
mit boats to resume business again. Thu
officers of tint Hudson, m ist of them live
n Louisville and Cincinnati, took rail
via Ohio & Mississippi from St. Loum yes.
WuiLli iu St. Paul. M inn . (ill 0110 nr. '.1.
sion, Miss Minnie Palmer ti-innml on flu
stage, causing her to sprain her ankle. St.
jacoos 011 was promptly ami Ireoly applied,
and In two days Miss Minnie was ns aolivu
OF INTEREST TO CAIRO.
It will bo reroembcrc I that some lime in
the early p .i t of last September, Captain
Thomas and Hon. T. W. Ilalliday went to
St. Louis to otteud tlio suasion of the Miss
issippi river improvement comum-don, and
urged that Ixtdy to commence 0110 ur two
"plants" at points between hero at St.
Louis, where work was very much needed,
soastogivo tbeso poiuts spoodior relief.
Tbo commission bad put one plant at St.
Louis and whs working down toward Cairo
as rapidly as possible; but by commencing
work at one or two intermediate points
where work was very much noodod, this
stretch, which Is one of the worst and moat
used on the river, would be improvod moro
rapidly and without increasod cost.
The commission listened attuntlvoly tothe
arguments which Messrs.- Thomas and
Holiday presented aud'. these
gentlemen left with the impression that the
commitslon would consider tholr proposU
tion favorably. That this Impression was
correct-that the commission did think
favorably of the proposition, but that lack
of money alone prevented it from carrying
out the plan proposed, is apparent from
the f. Mowing extract taken from the rc ort
oltho commission lately submittal to con
"The act id August 2, 1.82, furthermore
placed under the supervision of the com
mission the improvement of the Mississippi
between the mouths of the Illluois and
Ohio rivers, upon which work has for sev
eral years been in progress under the ongi
ooer department. The commission was
authorized to Hccept such portions ot the
river not covered by their own Purveys and
plans prepared by the engineer department
approved by the secretary or tvar which
might meet with their approval. The com
mission personally .x.tnined the portion
of r. river in question, and arVr confer
ence with Mjs. Mackenzie and Ernst, thu
officers iu charge of the works, their pro
jects for the expenditure of the current a
propriations were approved, and the woik
has been in progress till tecently stopped
by the ice. Kstimntes for the furtLer prose
cution of these works Hcoompaiiy the olh
er estimates of the comutiHaioii. In both
cases the mmmiMon down it unporiaut
ANNUAL Arn 'PUMTION HK 1M UEASKD
"to enable the works to be pushed forward
mote rapidly, thtia nff-.rdiug earlier relief to
navigatimi. On both Mia wurks substantial
benefit has already been conferred, and w
see no reason for doubting the ultimate en
tire success of the improvement. On thu
Mississippi below the junction of the Mis
souri river only continuous work, begiu
ning at some point of stable rugime, af.
fords any prospect of succt s. This fact,
with tbo additional motive of facility and
economy of administration, has so far
kept the work concentrated in the. vicini
ty of St. Lonis, aud it is being extended
downstream annually as fast as the appro
priations allow, h has, however, been
represented to the conimissiou that this
course of treatmeut works much hardship
to the navigation injercsts, as there is no
practical difference in the depth of water
available for vessels till the mouth of the
Ohio is reached. At the present r ite of
progress in my reqmrs 10 ur 13 yem so
carry the improvement to this point, dur
ing which period no great relief will bo
afforded, as boats cau still only loa'l to the
depth of water afforded by thrt shonlcst bar
in the stretch under consideration. This
argument bas gruat force, but the ougi
uei riug reasons in favor' of the present
policy are deemed too great to justify the
commission iu recommending any depar
ture therefrom as long as appropriations
for the w.ik are no larger thnn at present.
As things now are the plant is proportioned
to work to advantago amlou tho piesent
system appropriations are made; but by
doubling or trebling these one or two new
nets of plant could be providjd and work
could bu started at one or two new iioiuts.
In that case tho whole improvement could
be completed in correspondingly shorter
time, and '
WITHOUT IKCREASK OK ULTIMATE Von.
If provision were made for s artin-' work
atone other point, Grand Tower would
probably bo tho most suitable one. If two
were provided for, Chester and Commerce
would be proper initial points, the improve
ment in either caso being carried contin
uously down stream. With this' explana
tion of our estimate for the work iho mat
ter is left for the docision of Congress.
"After restating the general features of
tho plan of improvement tho commission
refers to u . work tin tha Pium Point Much,
and says from Juno 0 to August;! work
was stopped owing to lark of fund. At
thai date it was resumed and is still in
progress. Tho pile-dyke at the had of
Osceola chute has boon re-constructed and
properly completed as originally iutended.
A similar dyko Ins nuarly complete 1
across the middle chute through Ooeola
bar and a similar one extending across
from Bullertoii to Osceola towlioad is com
pleto except for a gap where tho present
low water channel leads iu bohiud Holler
ton tow-head. This will becrossud aa hold
aa tho river iiat.t Htillicieiitly tonllow boats
to run outside of tho tow-head. Revert
tnent has been begun near Ashport, and 2,
594 feet of underwater mattresses 188 feet
wide aro in place. Sickness and the diffi
culty of procuiing labor and materials
have greatly retarded the work."
A citizen of the Quaker City, Mr. F.
Freed, living at 122 Viuu street, recently
spoke as follows: "Being afflicted with a
distressing cough, Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
was recommended to mo for relief. I am
happy to say that a few doses not only
gave instant relief, but effected a complete
A father scolds his son for his numer
ous youthful .errors. 'Renlly, father, '
you vvero nUro JOting. Did you never" ;
frolicP "Novor," wild the father, witb
anioluncholylgh;,,w hon I was young 1
had no rooucy, and when I became rich
it wbj too late."
, "V ,.. -H 1
A Lowell editor fired seven shots at a ;
dog loss than fifty feet away, and their
had to scare him with club.
A Patent Medicine Paradise.
If the negroes of the South could
read there would be such a demand for
patent modicinos, porous phutors, pills
and stomach bitters as would force ev
ery manufacturer to double his help aud
capacity. Tho negro is idwuys ailing.
No matter how healthy he looks or how
strong ho seems, lie believes himself nf
flicteu. If ho could read almanacs and
circulars he would think so twice ns
AtDalton, Ga., says a correspondent
of the Detroit Free Pram, I saw a big
follow pick up a barrel of flour ns easilv
as I could have lifted a 25 pound sack",
and when I complimented him on his
strength ho replied:
"oH, boss, I seems poworful strong,
but you doan' know what a hard time I
has of It. Izo got liber complaint, dys
pepsia and consumption, sn1 I reckon
1 won't nober sen snow 11 v agin."
I asked him what remedies he had
boon using, and h replied that he had
been taking the dust, t.f burnt leather
and mixing it with cold tea. Nothing'
whatever ailed . him, but if ho could
have got hold of ten dollars be would
have usod eight of it In buying medi
cines. I was iu n livery stable at Marietta
whou a man canto in with a bottlo of
prepared JuiuifTea Ginger. One of tho
colored men eniplm etlabotit tho stable,
who hadn't lost a day for years ami who
looked a.s rugged n.s a mountain, looked
at the. bottleihree or four times aud thon
"What ve got dar, Kurnel?"'
"Something for fipoplexv.'' was th
"Would yu mind givin' mo a sin of it,
ka.so my apoplexy has been tnkin' on in
tie monV drellul manner fur de las'
"You can take a pull If yon wish to."
Tbo cork was drawn and the negro
lifted- up the bottle mid to..k three
heavy swallows of the fiery siull'. The
next three minutes were the longest and
hottest ones ho ever saw, but as soou as
he could speak he. remarked.
"Ah! bntdat stuff seems to hit de
right spot! I reckon it will euro up my
apoplexy all right, an' like'nufft may
light on Mimthin' r.lso good fur conges
tion of de liingg an' water ou de bruin!''
Brought to Ray.
Mr. Do Sala, in his "America Revisit
ed," tells an amusing story of his first
'experience in San Franmseo with a
"Heathen Chinee." The Englishman
was -topping at tho Palace 'Hotel, in
whoso laundry somo forty Chinamen
were employed. On the second day of
iiis.stay, a youthful Celestial presented
himself, early in tbo Morning, at the
Englishman's door with a largo basket!
After much floundering with piiMjon"
English, Mr. Do Sala thoinrhi Co nn.
deistood that tho vouth had come from
tl)M hotel laundry for one piece washing.
no if noour 10 11:1110 over ln soiled
linen, when out: of the black chamber
maid, an old Aunt Sally, entered the
rootn. "Who gib him 'leaf to come
deivP" rdio asked, Mirming ilu smirk,
iiiglanudryman with an '"tip-and-ilowu"
He blushed, and muttered some
thing about, "pwcv" and "entehoe" and
"But do washin' no belongee you,
John," she retorted, with austero digni
tt "uvouiio belongeo to de hotel,
u' urn keep do profit, away from do
I10H 1 n:'tr hero when nobody sent
He shuffled and wriggled and umiled,
but Aunt Sally went on: "It was very
wrong of you', John. If I whs to toil
'em in de hollieo down stairs, dev'd
nebor let you in Lor de Jmiei agin. " It
was right mean nb you. John. It was
like your iinperence'to oomo Miiotichiu'
around here looking after de white
Then she gave John a sound box 011
the ear, and, ns ho ran off. explained to
the English guest that, the Cliinamnn
wa.i an "outsider" who tried to obtain
washing that should Imj done iu the
81m Kuiw What a Bnake Was.
"I semi you the following definition
by a very little niece of mino," writ- s a
correspondent, "which Krikes me as be
ing at least as ni'mihtto as that by thu
cvellcnt Doctor Johnson, describing n
mouse n 'a small native tmininl with a
tail.' Aunt K , being in Michigan
last Summer, expressed to Miss Jennie's
papa a desire to see a Hiinke, as sh had
never seen one iu her life. Mi- Jennie,
supposing 1 hat Auntie had no idea of
.Hut nature and properties of a snake,
and having a latent for giving informn
tion, nplitled her small voice with:
"Whj! Don't you know what asnnke
is, Auntie? It's a thing that's tail all
the way up to its head."
at and bolow COST
CLOSING OUT SALE!
A partial lnt of arttrlea and prima,
aa follow :
Small Safes, -Cupboard,
3 feto$3 75
5 00 to 5 60
5 00 a tiet.
2 25 to 2 50
6 00 to 6 50
1 9c to 45c per yd.
7 00 to 12 00 each
Break fiiNt Tables,
A Cane Roeker for 75e.M Urge size.
Aud ai; other Dou ehold aud Kitchen Firnl-
tars st asms proportion. We have aa Immenae
stock of all kind! and moat sell, ,
II. aT. HINSON,
t" IT l' T r 1 r'-r-wv -w
Uor. lOtlt Wt. to Vua.Ulnlo.v Art.
No Whiskey 1
Urown's Iron Bitters
is one of the very few tonic
medicines that are not com
posed mostly of alcohol or
whiskey, thus becoming a
fruitful source of intemper
ance by promoting a desire
Brown's Iron Bitters
is guaranteed to be a non
intoxicating stimulant, and
it will, in nearly every case,
take the place of all liquor,
and at the same time abso
lutely kill the desire for
whiskey and other intoxi
Rev. ( .V. Rii F.ol.tomf
tti ,)i ( Inisluiu A7-
rim; s;y of ,.vn' Iron
f "m , ' i . .-. f'.. t'.'o.
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