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THE DAILY CAIRO ' BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MORNING. JANUARY 21. 1883.
Mayor N. H. Thiatlewood.
fKHKuror-T J. Ki-rth.
Clerk Ueiinle. J, Koley.
fjoiiiiKiilor-Win. is. Gilbert.
Marahal-L. U. Meyers,
uoruy William Heudrtck..
BOA HI) Or ALUMUM
1rt WardWin. MclUte.T. M. Klinlirougn.
Second Ward-Jr llinklo, C. N. Hughe.
Third Ward B. F, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Charles 0. Patter, Adoiph Swo-
,0Kihh Waid-T. W. HallldaY. Brneat B. PettU.
Circuit. I '.due 1. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk-A. 11. Irvln.
Conutv Jud;e K. 6 Yocuti.
Couui'y Clerk .J. Humta.
County Attorney J . M.
County Treasurer Milea W, Parker,
aheiltl John Hodii.
Oironer-K. Flussrerald ..,... . .
Con&tj Cnruinlloner.-T. W. Halllda, J. A.
Utbb and Peter Saup.
AIHU BVPriir.-Curnar Tenth and Poplar
0 .K preaching first and third S
frhrii- ru . Suudsy school ; ' 1 M "
M"ruu!? Vivr.; u. mWenlng Prayer.. F
p. l)aonp.iri. s. T. B. Hc;-.r. ,,.,
.-nisi MI-WIUNAHV BAPTIST CBUKOdj-
7" rnn;WN-Thlruntn street; .ervl.e. rUb
1 j i.nth 1 m ; Sunday acbool J p m. Let.
Mgl lloMlrtT-Coi. Eighth and Waiunl ."""el.
1'rearhli.g aMtb ll:U.. "MM'
,-nndi? school at 4..KI p. oi. Kv. J- A. Sr.arrMt.
UKKSBYTKUIAN -HlKhlh elreet; P'B'a "J)
rpal.haili at 11:00 m and 7:Op. P''"
i,.,".g Weuuwda; at 7:! p.m.; Sunday c.ho!
., vv . V. Qeorje. PMtor.
v and Walnut street; .ir,.f. "'"".
.p. ; Sunday School at 11 p. in. ; Vpr i P- m-.
nee evw day at 8 a.m. Uo. U'Uara, Priest.
rT KA ril!( K'-i Roman Catholic) Corner junta
55 a.r,tv a,,d Waahlnton .r.nM5 my lee. gab-
nail: it au'l 1 m.; -r.. w . - - -' 7" .,
I ,, o,. ..irYtce. every day at t a. m. Be. Mjaierson
l. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRU-
ILLINOIS CBNTKAL U.K.
S-OSa.m tMail 4:o5a.n,
KiprM 8:M P I Ac.iodtloB..i:l5 P-na
C T. I. US. O. K. B. (Jtkon Uanto).
tMall 4:5.mtMU 4P
tAc inodatlin S'tOp m
ST. L. AC K. R. (Narrow Gune)
Eitm. m I iftn - 4: ' P m
Arrom 'datum. t:'0p.ra I Accou'datlonll:' m
HT.L . I.M.A8.K.K.
rKxprec tP:80p m tKxpre.a....- S:,J
WABASH. ST. LOL'W PACIFIC K'Y CO
Mall K.... 5:vmMaU Ki....:Wpm
Awom'datlon 4:0J p.m) Accomodation lu:90a.m
Freight M7:S .m. Frulght :4!p m.
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE OI1IO B. Rn.
.A:55, m. 1 Mail...M....9:lflp. w.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest aud Qaickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Oalv Line Runtiinj?
0 DAILY TRAWd
U From Cairo,
Makino Direct Connkction
Taihs L Cairo: '
3:03 m. Mail,
Arrivlna In 8t. Lout. 1:45 .m.: ChlcaRO. 8 :80 p.m. i
ConStr at Odin and KfthnRham for cfncln
nail, LonUvlUo, Indlanapoli and point Saat.
11:10 n.tn. Ht. Louia and Vteru
ArrMng In St. I.onli:0Rp. m., nd counectinn
for alfpointi rt'eat.
3;QO p.m. Kant Kxpre-ai
or8t. Loula and Chicago, arrlTing t8t. Lout.
10:40 p.m., and Chicago . : a.m.
;i:50 p.m. Cincinnati Kxpres.
Arrlvlne at Cinctunati 7:00 a.m.; I.ouiavlllc 6:S6
m.i ludlanapollB 4:09 a.m. PMajMort by
tht. train reach the above poltita 1 to 36
UOCKS tn advance of any other route.
rTbe:50 p. m. ejproM hM PULLMAN
HLKBP1NG CAK Cairo to Cincinnati, wlthnut
ehangea, and through sleeper, to St. Louie and
Fast Time Kast.
P. by thl. lino go through to F.aat.
aSSeilfferS ern point, without any delay
caaaed by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
ooon train from Cairo arrive. In new Yo'k Monday
uqrulnj at 10:35. Thirty-all hour. In advancoof
HT other routo, .... , , .
LVFor through ticket, and further lnformutlon,
apply at Illlnoia Oontral Railroad Depot, Cairo.
1 K J. U. JOKES, Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON, (ien. I'aes, Agent. Chicago
0EOROE U. LEA.CU..M. D.
Phvsioian and Surgeon.
Hpeclal uttontlon paid to the Homoopathlc treat
mi'ntof .urglcal dlaua.e., aud dlei"fls of women
and children. ,
Ofllco! On Uth itront, oppo.Uo the Post Oinro,
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFlCX-llgbth Street, near Comftcrclal Avenuu
J)R. Tt. W. WHITLOCK,
. Umui No. 1M Commercial Avenn, betw.ea
Klkl'a and Ninth BtrteU
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruitt, with
out coloring, poisonot oil$, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always 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 ir.ost delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 11L, and Bt. Louis, Mo.,
tbn oftapiilla Trut flra., Dr. Frtf't trmm Balbf
Ptor, nl Dr. FrtM' taki,. rtrfajBf.
WE MAKE N08FC0NDCRADEC00DB.
JKW FIH AND OVHT8K DEPOT.
IMvlng nnw perfecto 1 my arrmitumentf to
upply thi: trda with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Gun Now OiFjr as Follows: Oysters
Taken From the Shell Here Freuh
as From the Gulf.
Bayou Cook. ! W per inn
" Baslno 75 "
Oyatera in bulk . M "
OyeU!r .tandardu in cans. SO "
Red Snapper lc. per t
iroaiee " "
Sheep Head, Ac "
Shrlmpa. I.ob.t"i Cral' and Turtle a'l in mea'nn
LIBKRAL DISCOCNT TO THE TRADE.
EV YORK STORK,
WHOLESALK AND KETAII,.
The Largest. Variety Stock
IN TilK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATiKR &CO.,
Oor. Nineteenth .treet 1 tlirrt 111
Commercial Amnef ,;ttllu 1,1
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'8 PATENT
Wliolonalo Dealer in loo.
I'JF. PY TUE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELl
r'KED FOR SHIPPING
Oai' Loads a Spooialtv.
Cor, Twelfth Street and Levee,
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN A8 FOLLOWS.
UN ANOArTIlt MONDAY, ooroHiK 3J,
Exprea. and Mall luavu. Cairo, every day" ex'-epl
Sunday, at 8:15 a. m. Arrlv.i at Kaet. St. Loul. at
3:i0 p. m Arrlvu.at Cairo at 4:45 p. m.
Accommodation arrive, at 11:40 a. ra. and de
part, at l:iK) p.m,
JAMES KELCII CO.
ll. T. OEROULD ' AND
C. P. N E W L A N I).
AND OAS FITTERS,
DRIVK WELLS. FORCE AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
. UP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, (JAS FIX
TURES Of all kind, furnished to order, old fixture re
bronaedi Jobbing promptly attonded to. Order,
reoelved at Daniel Hartinan'i or at tba .hop,
COMMKRC1AL AVBNCS BETWEEN
NIMSTO AND TKNTIt gTRBBTS,
PUim !. UfA DTVrn DPTJIDT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CHAS. CL'SNINO-
9:90 A. M. January W, 18o3.
January, j Februaiy. March. II ay.
Pork.. " I $17 !0 I7 5-.'
Wheat... I 1 H IKS 1 r8
Corn.... 05 1 SK 6ii 6TH
OaU.. . 88 US 30
U:3 P. M.
January. February. MarchTj May. ""
Pork ... 17 87,ir50 $nTo "
Wheal.. I fnyt 1 0 H 1 m
Oata.. iiiii 38 S
t 30 P. M.
January. Kebrnanr. March May,
Pork.... 917 M $17 m $17 ?n ,
Wheat.. . 1 invJ 1 QiK 1 m 1 f)7
Corn.... 6H l8 57!4 BHVi
Uau.... 38" 88H I WK
Chicago, January 19, IW1.
Wheat , 87.1M 13,718
Corn 1 0.S6 W.',i4a
Oat , 4.44fi 3l.9:t8
W. F .'.ahhuix. river editor of iie P.uli,tii
and eteinl)of p.eo."ir ajunt. Ordora for all
Klnnso'nea'ntiiiHt jot) priiiNug aollclled. OOlce
at Bower'. European Hotel. No. H Ohio levee.
HTAQF.8 Of TIIK HIVKR.
Tho river markeil by tha gauge last
eveDing at this port, 1G let t and
7 incites aud risiug.
Cincinnati, Jan. 20 ( p. ui. River 17
feet 5 inches and rising.
PitUhurgh, Jan. 206 p.m River 7 feet
9 inches and rising.
LouiHville, Jan. 20 0 p. m. River 8
feet 9 inches and rising.
Nfwhville, Jan. 20 - p.m. River 18 feet
2 inches and falling.
8t Louis, Jan. 20 C p.m. River 5 feet
8 inches and falling.
The Ous Fowler had a ood trip yester
day botli up and down. While landing
at the I. C. wbarfboat her swinging stage
was broken down and fell over on the
wrecking boat, the boom which supported
the stago broke short urT and about 20 feet
of her railing on boiler deck was torn
The Golden Crown from Cincinnati is
due to-day for New Orleans. kShe is one
of the best boats of the Big O. Line, and
passengers can secure good rooms by get
ting their tickets from W. F. Lambdin,
Passenger Agent. 8he leaves here for New
Orleans Monday evening.
The Vint Shinkle from Memphis passed
np yesterday morning with a good trip for
Cincinnati but it is quit questionable
whether she will be able to get through to
Cincinnati, and if the weather continues
cold for 21 hours longer, her name is Den.
nis for this trip.
Iku Uezlep still sticks to it that the At
lantic has the best recoul ever made to
Hard Times above New Orleans. That's
right Hen, don't go back on your first
proposition if you know you are wrong.
The reported eorge at .Irish Jimmies, a
short distance above Stnithland aud on the
Ohio, was a mistake as the Evansvilla pack
et passed there yesterday morning and
there was no obstruction whatever.
The Oakland arrived last evening
with a big trip from New Orleans and
Memphis over 3,000 baits of cotton as
one item is in her list ot freight all of
which will be discharged here.
Tho Cincinnati and Memphis packet
company have purchased tho fine new
steamer Ohio which was advortised to
leave Cincinnati last evening for Memphis.
She is said to very fast.
The Henry A. Tyler arrived from Osceola
last evening. 8ho had a tine trip which
was discharged iu a hurry and she left for
Tiptouville at 10 p. in.
The popular and rapid packet B. S.
Rhea is duo here early to-morrow morning
and loaves hero on her return trip at 2 p.
Yesterday was a king cooler and was
quite BUggestive to thoso who were not
blessed with good heavy overcoats.
ThoAuniu V. Silver will gut off this
morning for New Orleans with a fine
Tho Will S. Htys is duo hero to morrow
evening on her way to Cincinnati.
The Jas. W. Gaff loft Memphis last uight
with a big trip of cotton.
Ill J us t Eight Days.
Hon. Thomas L. Youug, of Cincinnati,
member of Congress from tho second dis
trict of Ohio, suffered with rheumatism for
along time years in factbut it was
cured by St. Jacobs Oil in "Just eight -days.
Another man has been indicted for try
ing to influence a star-route juror.
Tho Orleans prices will probably rosign
their commissions in the army.
French imports for 1883 showed sn in
crease of 180,000,000 francs and exports
The Paris newspapers have . a sensation
abent a Legitimist conspiracy iu the West
The Quincy house, at Quincy, III., burned
yesterday morning. Some of the occupants
had a narrow escape.
The treasury department acknowledges
the receipt of f 200 conscience money from
one Hurst of Nashville.
OUR STATE SENATE.
Chicago Legal Advl.or'
Our State Constitution provides tint the
Senate shall bo coiupobed of Ally-one mem
bers; but that a majority of tho members
elected shall constitute a quorum, making
the number to conhtiute a quotum twenty
six, so that nothing leas thin thin hltor
number can be consideied u a Senate.
The Constitution further proviiles that
the Senate shall choottc a teiijporiy presi
dent to premie when the Lieutenant Gov
ernor shall not att'-tid tt president, or shall
act a Governor; and in cai-e there shall bo
no Lieutenant Governor, or in cantr the
Lieutenant Governor shall for causes set
forth become incupablo of performing the
duties of the office, the President of the
Senate shall act as Governor until the va
cancy is filled or the disability is removed.
On Thursday last the Senate proceeded
to organize by the election of offices. in
voting on th election of president, the
nighest number of votes cast for any one
can didate was 23. Thise being for Sena
tor Campbell. The whole number of vott-x
cast being only 41. Whereupon Senator
Campbell was declared by the presiding
officer to bo duly elected, on the ground
that he had received a majority oi the
Whilst this uiny be the iul on minor
importance, it uuat lie remembered that
the position of President of tho Suiiute is
one constituted by the Constitution, aud is
one equally important with that of Govern
or, aud the manner and form of his election
cannot bo closed out on the basis ot a mere
motion to adjourn or even the appoiu'.meut
of a janitor or other liko interior position
not noticed by the constitution.
For the purposes ot all Constitutional re
quirements the Sunate, when rnfetred to as
such, is composed of twenly-six members.
This number at all times cxtuprieus the
Senate. That is to Bay, nothing lew than
this number constitutes the Senate, and
wheucver the Constitution requires u act
to be done by the Senate, the ftct is uot pei
formed unless it appears that it has been
concurred iu by twenty-six Senatots.
The election of thoso olticcrs of the two
Iluusesof the General Assembly, which are
provided by the Constitution, are made im
por'ant, especially thit of presiding officer
of each House, lor upon a contingency either
may become Governor.
it may bo answered, however, thai iu the
present case Senator Campbell has color of
office, and his absumed position mint be
treated as good until sit a side1, as in other
cases of color of office. Itia doubtful, how
ever, if this position can be considered as
sound, as applied to this ca.-e. Tho ques
tion is, has he evm colur of office. The
solo evidence of his tight to the office is the
journal of tiie Senate. The law has pro
vided no other, and this tails to show his
election by the Senate. Tho journal sim
ply shows that he received tho votes of
twenty-three senators, which does not con
stitute an election by the Senate, so that sub
claim of right to the office iu question, ii it
becomes material, would aet-m to be utterly
The Constitution proceeds upon this
theory that the Representatives of the peo
ple properly represent tho people them
selves, and that their nets are the acts of
the people. That in all proccedirgs con
cerning matters of importance, as the pas
sage of laws, election of ofticcis and the
like, a majority shall be necesKary. So that
when a majority of Representatives elected
is secured on a proposition of the kind in
question, that, aud nothing short of it,
represents a majority of the people.
This matter is uot referred to here in
any other respect than as a naked law
question; for s; far as the temporary Pre
siding officer of the Senate is concerned,
it is immaterial for all practical purposes
how many voles were cast for the incum
bent, so long as tho Senators acvuiesce;
but in case he ehould attempt to act hh
Governor by virtue of such vote, wo may
reasonably auticipato that tho question of
right will havo to be met and disposed of.
It is in tho power of tho Senate to obviate
any trouble in this regard, if tho members
choose tu do so,
We have bona quite apt in rases of this
kind to tako chances as to the future and
to refuso to bend to threat nod consequen
ces by either defying or imploring the
courts, as in the hte cane of tho Probate
Court act, but the time may come when
our indulgent Judges may refuse longer
to attempt to temper tho wind to tho shorn
lambs ofAegislative stupidity.
Wb understand tint soal-skin coats are
going out of style, and in cousequonco,
colds are increasing among tho fair sex.
How fortunate there is such a remedy as
Or. Bull's Cough 8yrup.
Josh Billings rocently said: "Humor
must be basud on truth. It is booause
a thing is ludicrous and at the samo
time true to naluro that people laugh at
it Now, Arteraus Ward was not a
humorist, but he was the drollest rutin
the country has ever produced. Wi tters
who make their effect by hyperbolo are
not humorists. Genuine humor lasts
forevor, because it is true. You soon
tire of hearing a man tell stupendous
Ilea." . . -
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
i ...k... Rixkarh. HmHai'ha. Tofilhachi.
More Tliroaii. Nwrllliiv. fttritliia, BrnUra,
lliirii. Hen 1,1. t'ro.l Ultra.
... ......r.. .......I V li.lt. At!, .1111
AMP mum immfi,.. .... j..."
Sold by Druaaiata .111 llor. vrvliir. Klriv lrtu wmi..
Iilrwuoui In II l,nu(M.
THBCIIAKI.KSA.VOUKI.ru CO. . ,
Hunmnit - """ ll.lllM.ri, M.,1,1. .
ViiIIpj, I hiirelir irlvim to a I t,er-i iulenwUd,
that the l ily Council of tho C'iU of Cairo. IllinoU,
hiving ordi-red a eet forth In ordineiire .v. s
;..rti,,n 1 That Hi 11 lollnwiiiir .iilcnalk be eon
elnicu'd of wood, via- On the ioclli .Ide of
Mclnh Street, between Railroad Mre-1. and Ohio
Levee, i-eing one tiunareu una iorty.i iwi iu
li'tigth; have applied to the CountyCuuriof Alan
dur t ounty fur an aocoiiKineut of the cutis ef Mid
miproveniunl according to bei.cllt, and au aei.
in.. mi ihrri.iif hivinc hern made and returned to
aid Court Ihe Dual hi'srlni: thereon will be bad at
tv) March Term of ild Court, commenrlnir out
Monday or 18N1.
All perrona deairlnir mav then and there appiar
and make dvfenxo.
Notice to Tax-payors.
I will be at the fiilmirlns nanicpla , lorthe par
pose of collecting the reventl ol Ale and-r Conn
ty.au 1 Ht.ttc or lilinotf for th.;yenr A.I). IhS.', when
I hope to meet all tax payer, irady 'o pay the r
taie, and all (hope no' able tu t:iy ail thelrtnxe
will huar m tu ml that I waul the p.'r-oml taxe.
. aid .it once and real etute ilto If po-iible:
At the etore houee of B. K. Cur'i In He rh Wdtfo
Precinct, on Monday, January 211th, A D. 13.
At the etore hoime of J. M Kol, In the
town of Hodire' Park, In Unity Pn-clncl, on Tue.
dv. January Mb, A. O. l'HI.
At the etore h lime of Henry Hunnaicr In the
town ot S.i:diiaky. 1 1 Sanduakv Precinct, on Wed
ne.day. Jur.uary Slut. A. D. IHH'l
At the atore ho 11 no of MarHhnll A'iL'iitnn In the
town of Elco, In Flro Precinct, 011 Ihuradey,
February Int. A. D. 1K83.
At the rc.ideueo of N . Ilun.aker, In Lake Milll
gan Precinct, on -Mond y. KubiUHr) Mh, A D 18 3.
t the etore home ol F. 1). Atnerlon, in (lo.e
Iflanrt P'ec net, nn Tuemigv, Feb. h:h, A. D. 1883.
At the More house of A ll. Ireland in town of
Santa Fee, In Santa Fe Precinct on Wednesday,
February 7th, A. D 1-M.
At the Hore liouce of Uihb A Barkbonaer in the
town of Thebefi, in Thebe Precinct, on Thnrdav
Kebruary S h. A D.
At the lit .re house of Jaier Cu ley ft. Co., In
Cleur Creek Precinrt, on Friday, February Old,
A. 1). lSeJ.
At the store home of Jamn. Xohl , In Eaat
Cape (rirardeau Precinct, on Saturday, February
loth, A. D. 18S3.
A the atore house -f Peter Sa'ti, in Firat Cairo
1 rocinct, on Mondav, Krhruary l'Jth, A. 1) 181,
Attheoinceof M.J. Ilowlev. Iu Second Cairo
Precinct, on Tuesday, Kelirnary 13th, A. U.ISt.
At the aiore houneof 1 atrick Htaaerald. In Third
C'.lro PreciLCi, on Wudnetday. February 14th, A. 1.
At the etore hou-e of rt. F. Ort, In F'fihCai o
Precinct, on Tt urr)ay, Fehruary 15tn, A.I). IBS i.
At SherifT unVe In C urt h )Ue, in Fourth
Cair Precinct, on Friday, February lllth, and dur
Ine the remainder of the month of Feiiiniirv. A. U.
in I, where f hope to meet all persons, owing
tai:e, redv to ettK- and save expense..
Your truly, JOHN HODGES.
ShurirT Bud ex ufflclo L'ollec or of Alexander Co.
at ancj below COST
CLOSING OUT SALE!
A 1 .1 i.st of article, and price,
Small Safes, - 53 50 to 83 75
Cupboard, - 5 00 to 5 60
Cane Chairs, - - 5 00 a set.
Breakfast Tabl, - - 2 25 to 2 50
Sofas, - - - 6 00 to 6 60
Bod tonngps. 11 00
Carpets, - - 19c to 45c per yd.
Wardrobes, - - 7 00 to 12 00 each
A Cane Rocker for 75c. , large Mze.
Aud a'l other Household aud Kitchen Furni
ture at same proportion. We have an Immense
stock of all kinds and mast sell.
II. J. 1I1NSON.
Cor. lOth St. Ac Washington Ave
rpiIK CITY NATIONAL RANK.
n omo i.kvek.
OA PITA I,, $ 1 00,000
A General Manking Imihiiwhs
JNTBKPHIISB SAVINti HANK.
Of Cairn, .
KXCLl'SIVKLY A SAVINGS HANK.
L Stoves U
6 Tinware. B
The blood is the foundation ot
life, it circulates through every part
of the body, and unless it is pure
and rich, good health is impossible.
If disease has entered the system
the only sure and quick way to drive
it out is to purify and enrich the
These simple facts are well
known, and the highest medical
authorities agree that nothing but
iron will restore the blood to its
natural condition j and also that
all the iron preparations hitherto
made blacken the teeth, cause head
ache, and are otherwise injurious.
Brown's Iron Bitters will thor
oughly and quickly assimilate with
he blood, purifying and strengthen
ing it, and thus drive disease from
any part of the system, and it w ill
not blacken the teeth, cause head
ache or constipation, and is posi
tively not injurious.
Saved his Child,
17 N. EutawSt., Baltimore, Md.
Feb. 13, 1880.
Genti:Cpon the recommenda
tion of a fnend 1 tried Brown's
Iron tiimxs a a tonic and re
storative for my daughter, whom
I wu thoroughly convintrd wa
wasting away with Consumption.
Having lost three daughter ny the
terrible disease, under the ere of
eminent physicians, 1 was luih to
believe iii.il anything could arrest
the progress ol the disease, but, to
my great surprise, before my daugh
ter had taken one bottle of liitowM's
Ikon Kittrrs, she began to mend
anil now is quite restored to former
health. A filth daughter began to
show signs of Consumption, and
when the physician was consulted
he quickly said " Tonic, were re
quired ;" and when informed that
the elder sister was taking Hrown's
Ikon brrreRS, responded "that is
a good tonic, lake iu"
Auoham P II st r-s.
Brown's Iron Bittf.rs effectual
ly cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion and
Weakness, and renders the greatest
relief and benefit to persons suffering
from such waMing diseases as Con
sumption, Kidney Complaints, etc
Manu'iictiirer and Dealer In
flth S'ri.e,, between I'pm'l Ave. and Leves.
CHOKE BO HI NO A SPECIAIIT,
ALL KIXU3 OF AMPXITION.
Safe Umiilrod. AUKtmUol Kova Made.
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GRAIN AND HAY
Ekbttst Ctuh Frkt Pivld f"T Wkta.