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THE DAILY CAIRO HU1.LKTIN: TUESDAY MOf'VINU, OCTOIiEU a, IK8S.
WIT AND IIUMOR.
YounFastboy ay tho first pirl ho
ever wullzod with wax all the wliirlutl
OlHcial report) sUto that tlio Uritinh
census embraces 17,0M),000 women.
Who wouldn't bo a census.
Ono reason why more jmople don't
po to the Yellowstone is bucatiso it takes
yellow stones to j,'t!t there.
Matrimony is said to bo n lottery,
but up to tho hour of K'iiif;to press no
law has been enacted prohibiting tho
use of tho males.
Now York clubs are famous all over
tho world. New York tixchnnrj.
More especially thoso in tho hands of
A littlo girl being asked by her jrrand
father where cotton grow, replied, with
the greatest simplicity, "In old gentle
The following is extracted from A
smart boy's composition on "Jiabics":
"The mothers1 heart gives 4ih j y at
the baby's 1st 2th."
Never does a man believe so strongly
in tho attraction of gravitation as when
he sits down in a chair and linds it
"Fortune knocks at every mini's door
once in a life," but in n irood many
cases tho man is in a neighboring saloon
and does not hear him.
No fashion ehnt: 'Toor creature!" ex
claimed Mrs. (iroograin, looking at the
pictures of nude savage woman, "no
clothing of any kind! I wonder what
tho poor tilings have to talk about?'1
A man had just said to a friend,
"Lut'i take another 11 when his wife
turned the corner, but his duty to his
wife was not forgotten "view of the
political situation," he added.
"You must be a quarrelsome fello'.v,"
said a phrenologist to a man whoso
bunio ho was examining. "Sav that
again and I'll knock you down," was
l.osg of sleep, it is said, is mal ing
men small and pun v. That is a f ct.
Just look at the difference in physique
of a delicate scholar and the robust
An editor in (leorgia says: "Gold is
found in thirty-six counties in tlii.s Stato
silver in three, diamonds in twenty-six,
and whisky in all of them, and the last
gets away with ail the rest."
Schoolmistress "You see, my love,
if I puncture this india-rubber ball, it
will collapse. Do you understand?"
Child "O yes, I understand; if you
prick it will go squash."
Lord Chesterfield, noticing n very
gravo and awkward couple dancing a
minuet, said they looked as if they were
doing it fur money and were doubtful
about getting paid.
There are two' classes of unmarried
women in society, "scrawny old maids"
and young "chits of girls." You learn
this by hearing each of these classes do
scribe the other.
Tho right kind of a boy with a pea
shooter can tako a man's mind off his
business troubles and polities quicker
than anything else in this bleak, cold
The publ.shed report of a benevolent
society say: Notwithstanding tiio
large amount paid for inedieiue and
mciiical attendance, very few deaths
occurred during the year."
A plant has been found that cures
bashfiilness. It should be promptly
tried on tho man who leaves tho hotel
by the back window b'H ause lie is too
dillident to say good-by to the cashier.
It's very easy to start false reports.
Jut because a woman, whiie buying a
broom, wanted one with a heavy and
strong handle, it was reported around
that she was in tho habit of beating her
"I watched the billows by day, I
watched the ea by night" s:us a cur
rent poet, llo should engage liiiVM'lf
as a hotel clerk at the seashore, whwo
ho could watch the bill-owes all the
libdin has a liors' which he called
"(li.iohy." "Very odd name," said a
friend. " "Not at. all." responded Tom;
"when I mount him it's Topography;
and when I want him to go it s Ciec-lio-(irapliy.1'
A reporter who had just done his first
boat race was rebuked by the city edit
or for not mentioning anywhere thai
the oarsmen "took water," and replied
thai none of them took water, they all
A crusty old fellow unco a-ked "What
is the reason that grill'ns dragons, and
demons are ladies' favorite subjects for
embroidery designs?'' "Ah, it is be
cause they nre continually thinking o
their husbands!" was the" quick retort
A cicerone, directing the aileiuiou of
a foreigner to tho porltait of Harvey,
said: "This is the man who inwnied
the circulation of the blood, discovered
fisli-siiuee, ami wrote a book of medit
ations among t lie tombs!"
"William," said a teacher to one of
his pupils, "can you fell me why the
sun rises in the cast?" "Don't know,
sir," replied William, "Yopt it he thai
the 'east makes everthing rise." Teach
An Awkward Compliment: Lady
(between the dances). "I remember my
first ball as if it. were only yesterday!''
Her partner-,,l)ear me what a wonder
ful memory tho frnulein must have!"
Milkman (to small boy): "Toll your
mother she1!! have to pay ready money
for milk after this, I ain't going to
chalk up any moro." Small boy:
"What are vou going to uso instead of
chalk, Mr. (irangoP"
"Woman's rights!" exclaimed a man
when the subject was broached, "what
moro right do they want? My wife
bosses mo, my daughter bosses us both,
and tho servant-girl bosso tho whole
famllj'. It's time tho mon were allowed
A fow days ago a man In New Yo.'k
ran away with another mail's wife,
children and his furniture. Tho de
serted husband derives a great deal id
satisfaction from tho fact that ho didn't
lake tho liouso along. Normtown Jlcr.
The Lanrungi of th i Tittim
AH languages havo been expandoU
and enriched by slang, and it would uot
bo too much to say that all figurative
speech consists either of authorized or
The verb "to monkey," which is only
a year or two old, and is as yet puro
slang, is evidently to become in courso
of time, a legitimate expression. Its
primary meaning is to busy one's self in
ways other than utilitarian. Tho ama
teur painter or musician "monkeys"
with art, and tho political theorist who
invents impracticable reforms may bo
said to "monkey" with politics. The
verb is occasionally used as a synonym
for the expression to busy one's self
with any thing, but it cannot legiti
mately bo used of honest, useful woik,
except when such work is either badly
done or is undertaken as a recreation
rather than as a legiiimato business.
Who invented tho verb "to monkey"
will probably never bo known, but tho
inventor "monkeyed" with tho Knglish
language better than ho knew. The
word is so full of meaning, and differs
by such subtle and delicate shades from
the legitimate words most closely relat
ed to it in meaning, that it wiil win its
place in tho ranks of grave and reg
ular language. Already it has ascend
ed from tho sidewalk, and is met with
growing frequency though as yet clad
in quotation marks in the columns of
newspapers. Our descendants will uso
it without a thought of impropriety.
A still more recent example of slang
is the ironical request of the street boy
to a conceited and lioaslful opponent to
'come oil' tho roof." The request nee Is
no explanation. It is vivid ami pictur
csqii". Tim world is full of men who
might propcrlv be requested to "come
off the 10. f." "
'J'lu-re i a lield of study offered to the
philologist in current, slang which is
worth cultivation. The slang of the
street is to a huge extent the language
of the future. It is the survival of tiie
fittest of slang words and exiro-sions
that makes the language. The philo
logist who will lay aside his dignity,
"come off! he roof." an I "monkey" with
slang will find himself abundantly re
paid. A,7; York 'J'intiui.
The longest tressle in the world is
now budding across Lake Pouichar
train, La., on the Northwestern Rail
way. It will be two and a half miles in
length, and requires, besides tho piles,
1 j.UM.W fe't of lumber.
W. F. Laihuix, river editor ol i'n Bulletik
and steamboat passenger at-nt. Orders fur nil
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Honor's Knropean Hotel. No. 73 Ohio levee.
The Montana from St. Louis representing
the Anchor line arrived here yesterday
morning with a good tripor New Orleans.
She added about 200 tons here and depart
ed at 6:30 p.m. Col. Jim Pell, one of the
pilots who was at the wueel on the Robert
E. Lee in her famous race with the
Natchez, passed through the city lastninht
for St. Louis. He will take the John How
ard to New Orleans. The Commonwealth
from St, Louis arrived here last evening
with a good trip for Vicksburj and way
points. She departed during the night.
The Ftnnie Lewis, a medium size Mis
souri river pscket, passed down yesterday
for Memphis. She represents the Anchor
line. The Fowler had a large number of
passengers fur the St. Louis fair yesterday.
- The City of Baton Hogue from New Or
leans pnssed up for St. Louis lss?'evening at
0:30. The City of Helena from Vicksburg
will report here early this morning for St.
Louis. The Henry A. Tyler, Capt. Mas
single master, is due this evening for Mem
phis. She has a good trip. Lem Hill is
acting as chief scribe, and the Tyler under
her new administration is doing business.
The Carrie Caldwell from Evansvillo re
ported last night. She had a light trip and
left on her return trip at midnight. A nice
rain dampened the streets of Cairo yester
day and added much to the comtort of ev
erybody. We hope the clerk of tho Weath
er with repeat the dose a few times.
Ladies, beware of imitations. The great
popularity of Ball's IIkai.tu Pkesehvi.no
Coksets or Ball's Corsets with coiled spring
elastic sectiocs has induced certain unprin
cipled dealers to palm oft on their unsus
pecting customers a worthless imitation for
the genuine article. We havo begun pros
ecutions for fraud and damages against sev
eral dealers tor this practice, and shall do
tho same with others as fast as we get evi
dence of this practice. The genuiue article
can nut be sold at retail for less than $1 25,
and any ouo who advertises or sells for less
than that price, it is safe to presume are
offering a fraudulent article. Any lady
who purchases ouo of tho genuine corsets
can return it after two or three weeks' wear
if not satisfied with it in every respect, and
tho price paid for it will bo refunded.
Chicago Corset Co.,
Free of Charge
All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Loss of Voice, or an af
fection of tho Throat and Lungs, are re
quested to call at Barclay Bros' drug
store and tret a trial bottle nf n, r.-;,.,
( n ---- - iii iliii n
New Discovery for Consumption, free of
cnarge, wmcu win convince tliem of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar-size bottle will do. Call early, (3)
Puke CoD-LlVBiiOiLtuadu from selected
livers, on tho sea-shore, by Caswell, Hazard
& Co, New York. It is absolutely pure
and sweet. Patients who have onco taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicians baye
decided it superior to any of tho other nils
Chapped IJajds, Face, immplks, and
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Poap, wado by Caswell, Hazard & Co.
New York. (2)
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills are stiffl
ciently powerful for the most robust, yet
tho safest for children and weak constitu
tions. 15 cents. (7)
In chronic dyspepsia and liver complaint, unit in
chronic constipation mid other obstinate diseases,
Hosteller's stomach Hitters ts beyond a I comritri
son thn best remedy that ran lie taken As a
means of restoring tbs streiitith ai.'l vital cue try of
persons who are sinking under the debilitating
efl'tx ta of painful disorders, this standard vuguiable
Invlgorant Is confessedly oricn,ualed
For sale br all druggists and denlers generally
For Fine Complexions.
TosHi re relief and immuni
ty from complpxionnl bleni
ishes may bo found in Hasan's
Magnolia J.alm. A delicate
and harmless article. Sold
by drus?Isls everywhere.
It imparts tho most bril
liant and life-like tints, and
tho closest scrutiny cannot
detect its use. All unsightly
Discolorat ions, Eruptions,
Ring Marks under tho eyes,
Sallowness, Redness, Rough
ness, and tho flush of fatigue
and excitement aro at once
dispelled by the Magnolia
La I in.
It is tho ono incomparable
How Many Milea Do You Drive?
ODOM E t 111 R
This Instrument Is no larger Iban a witch. It
tel.s thn exact numtier of miles driv. n to the
llU'tn part of a tulle; counts tip to l.mO in lie-;
water and dnst tlt;ht ; always iu order; saves
horses Irom being over-driven; U easily atlacried
to the wheel of a Buggy. Carriage, isnikv, W niton,
Knad Cart, Sulky Plow, Id-api-r, Mower, or other I
vehicle. Invaluable to I.lverjmen, Pleasure
Iirivers, rhyiclxus. Farmers, !urvvnrs, liroy
men. Expressmen, Ma-.'f Owners, fcc, I rice only
$.1 Oleach, one-third the price of any other od
eter. When ordering give diameter of Uie wheel
Sent by mail on receipt f price, post pa d
Addren McUONN KM. ODo.MK i Kit CO.,
2 North I. a bille bt., Clilxigo.
ty Sena for Circular. b-Vlm.
State of Illinois, In the Alexander County
train i ourt. retmruty
Alexander County. I Term A. 1). lM.
KIl'T Campbell couiilaiiiaii',
Hughy CaTpbe:!, defendant.
Kill in Chancerv fur Il.toicu.
1 ho above named defendant is hereby n"t!fted
that said romp'ainutit, on thul'i.hdny of Julv.
1HM, filed In said court a cerium Mil in elisor, rv
for divorce against you, aud that alias summons
nas issued thereon rti urnabie on the tlrst day ol
tbo next term of said court, to le hold, n at Hie
court honsu lu Cairo, on the second Mowlny of
Cairo, 111., Sept. 27th. A . I). 1K8.1.
ALKX II 1HVIN, Clerk.
Mnlkey Lcck, Complaitiaot'8 folicllor.
Nollco Is hccby given that on Wednesday the
31st day of October next, between the hours of in
o ciock in tne forenoon ana s o clock in the after
noon of said dat , nt the late tesldetico of lVter
htolteiiberg, all:is IN ter stolman, decuaed, In the
City oil airo. coiilil) nf Alexander and stnte n I 111
nols, the personal property of said deiodetit, con-
sisimg or i wagons, 4 mules, i carl, houses and
sheds, 'J wheelbarrows, 1 grind stone, 8 shovels, 1
lot tools, i lot shingles and Itimber, 1 plow, 1 har
row, 4'i lire doors. 1 lot fencing wire, 1 lot harness,
1 lot hot bed sash, I lot trunks, 1 pump and pipes,
1 old stove, 1 chair, 1 lot glass, I mud wheel,
fence and rails, implements, and oilier articles.
Will bv sold at nubile sain.
TEKM3 OK HAI.El-l'iirchases oflesBtlmti rtv
collars to te paid in Hand; lor that amount and
over, on a credit of six months, the purchaser glv
Ing no e, with approved security.
ADOM'II HWUHOUA. Administrator.
Dated Cairo, Ills , September 'JMh,
UK KEN A Gil, HURT, Attorney!.
Circuit . I udgeU.. I. Maker.
Circuit Clerk-A. II. Irvln.
County Judge J. II, Hoblnson.
County Clerk M.J. Ilumm.
County Treasurer Mtlei W. l'arker.
Sheriff John Hodges.
Coroner H. Kltsgerald
ConntyCommlsslonnri-T. W. Mallldny, J. II
MnlcahsT and I'eter Sann
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MHIfMfiwi aiMirp.1 oroanaln icuorsilnu tu full nd 0
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SpMdll; rralnrrd by the use of litaUnt Trtat
tint, which nctti!lty our.i Nrrvaua llrbll
t.T, Loal Tlrlllty, FruiBturi lirWi nd
II tvurilss arising fm ovewosk and if !.
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dramni Dr. Whlltler, If 1 Bscs.Hl.. Cloolrinsir. a
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A Iew and rompietn Hotel, fronting on I.'
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M HOW TO CURE THEM
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It coiitainaertuoAf inrntuiinn forallrho snpM)sfl
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A toa-nlar (Inulunta of tun nieillonl
roil, l, -. Ii.-ts Ih i ii 1-.i i u r i imnti d In the ireni
liifiil of 'lirouio, N.irvon Icin and
1 llnii.l ) Im-.i.' tlimi anv ntliir t'lnhli Inn In
Si. I.i, in-, as cltv 'Hhts Isow iiii.f ull li r.'l-
il.'iin ki'nw, in-iilt,'itoii i ,r ar mall,
fi re and Invited. A I'l'lemllv talk or Ills opinion
I mil 1.1 uu'. U In HI - Ini'niii e iiii-iil In i-.lt
'.tie eltv .or Irejitiueitt, ine-lti-iii.-i rail lie sent
hv null or i JCpr.--.-i i-very v. hen-, ( iinilile c u-e.
i. uu .int. i ll : v. lu re doulit i .l-ts It l.-lninkly
1.1.1I. d. I all or Write.
JPiorvous Troptration, Debility, Mental and
riijsical Weakness, Mercurial and othnr
a!!cuons of Throat, Skin and Bonus, Blood
Icp'i' ' " "'' Blood Poisoning, Skin AfTer
lions, Old Sorts and Ulcers, Impediments to
Mitrriaga, Rhptimatism Tiles. Special
attention to ewes; from ovcr-worVed hrain,
SURGICAL CASES receive special jrtUntion.
Discanes arisiojf from Imr rudences, Exoesnnt
IndulsnnojB or Etposurm.
It 4 M'll'.evl.lint that n liy--eliiii uiylnif
;iai'tli iilar atleiilloii to m fl.im m eases attaliH
tr. nl skill, hjhI liv slrlaio-In rrunlnr irai tli'n
all oii-r the eotin'rv kii"vii:ir till-. I'i-e.ie-tiily
i- ii in-'inl Ciiirrito the olilifiollli-e In Ane-rlea
In-rt- eM-rv Kiiokii u i -1 1 1 ;i i .- - Is resorted to.
and the proved tnnil rt'irimli.' of sll
ii. -i-s ,-ind 1'iiiinl rlrH al u ii-i d. A hole limi-e l'
n-i .1 1'oroilW tiiiriwi-ws, mid all are treated llli
i-klll In a reieeiiiil iiiiiiiiii-i'; and. kii"im(
whit to do. no eKierltiiiiits are maile. (Mi nr.
i-oiint of the ureal iiiiinliet' aiilyliiL'. Hie
rll. live Hie ki'tit I"', often lower lllllll 11
ili-in.inili-d liv oher If von eciirn (lie skl'l
and iii-l asieiiily and iei l'ei l liln cure, Unit 1.1
Hie niorlitnt mallei. Iniiilil. J"i l'.iK-,
m lit to any addresi freo.
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v In ! I'moer aire Ii nun r. Who marry llrat.
.Iiihlioo.l, onoinlioo'l. I'ln-li'iil di'i'iiy- Who
should miir. v. Mow lite niel haidin"" may Im
jio-n-ii-i d. Tlm-e iii-nrlid or i-oiilviiii'latlliij
l-irnvliii! shoulil rend It. i I oil alit to lie read
n all iiilnlt ii -i-mii, (hi n ked miller lock and
Iti'v. roimliir edit Ion. same s alsne. hut paper
mu r and t',jmm-t,ii;tLiiUljl U'ail. In uiouejf
fV. will psv this Tfwtnl for nuf r9 "f l.lvtr Comitlilnl1
(lyiMiMrl, hn k Hffc.lrwhn, Ili-llKfilKiU, 4 'niitU'll1"' CiHllvcDfkl,
w i tAiiimi rutii with WutVft Vs-iit AMt I.itef I llii, wlitn the dirt:-tlilsir-
itrl.tlr rotuplUd mil It. lliryiti urvly viuclnl-k, ttKi)
ttfwt fail In fv MiUfsVtUon. Knffur iViUnl, ion
UltiliiK tu - n,v.'i "vnn. fur nl t. v !l ttruK-yl-u. Wah -t
rlltctliltl i"l ImlUli.ihl. Till feimlhi nisUMiUtttirvd only If
Jo) IN V, VVI T h Cn, IM k Ivt W. k1rt.li.mi M.( C1jUm
V rv Intl i ift I Kni tut I y iiittl prvpnhl on rtttuilff ,1 tiiutittuup.
tieaffh is Wealth !
i in k r. Wmt'k Nwivk and HiiAiN '1'nttvr.
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iieex, CiiiivtilhiiiiiM, lits, Norvoim Nniiriilniii,
lliinihielio, Norvima Prostrnlion ciiukciI I the lino
nf nliioli'-il or tuliiuTii, WaUofiilnom, Mental ln.
ircsion, Hiii'ioninn of tint I'miii rosultitiu in in
sntiily mill IoihIiiik to tnimry, ilorny uml ('eath,
I'ri'iimlurii Olil Ann, llnrn-iinessi, lis of hiwit
In I'Hlii'i- hox. Involuntary Ijihni'M uml Hperlimt.
nri'liini ntii"ii liy nvor-exorlion nf tho lirnia, self,
nliinoor tivnr-iiiiliilKiiiivo, I'jkiIi Ihix eoiitnins
lino niiinlli'n liiMiliiionl, (l.lii a hox.ursix limes
furtUdHinttiy niiiil iri'viidon rmnit'tof prieo.
Wi4 Ct'AltAXTI'.F.MV IIOXIIM
Ti enw nny num. With wich onler nmrtlviil by
for six Imhi. nooiimiwiiiml with ? wl"
mtid I ho iiiru)iitar-rour written Kimriiuten t rn.
fiitiiltho niotipy if tlm trvitniotitdienoteliiio
t,uni. (iiiariiiiLeosi isamwl onl by
, 1 1 ARKY W. SOIIU1I.
Oniitflil, Cur. GouimarcUil aro. Jk Will ft, Cairo
"TTsVyT - I ftAUi
A bowrilul i,reoaiutl,,., ,...,.
Ilosfd fnostly of Kssentlnl fill.
The most nnnpt rn.1 1 m, i ,. i .
Iknown. Bocoiiecntrated that a'
DEDERICK'? HAY PRESSES.
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1' - M 1
Order on trial, address for circular and Ineatlon of
Western and Aontiiern Ktorfhousel and Aitents.
P. K. OEOERICK A CO., Albany, N. Y.
IVOHC'KS. No imliiic Itv; residents of any
Shite ll.-H.iptlr.ii V.tti.iiix..i s.,lnu
appliratlons for stamp. W. II. I.BE, Att'y, 11)
Broadway, N. V.
n tu ovory town In the, Union
lOr. Bmntto for lirf
lir- HAVANA KIU.I1.
HetnUvrtKiiY one pru'lf,
Sample lot of 25 dellv.
' hi nny iinri or llie
terms, ete. 6('IIMTI.f, Us
, i " wJ, iiiiuunupoiis, luu,
JSmokers! iScinl us jourad.U-es3.
I hiivu known and watched the use of Swift'a
Spur.ttlc for over lilty years, and have n vrr ki own
or heard of a failure to cure i lood I'oison w hen
prnpeily taken I in-ed it on mv servants from
IsTiii to IHari, as did aiso a nuinher of my neit'lihors,
and in every case tliat camo vvtih.n my knowledno
It tTecturi a cure. In all tnv I, fe 1 have never known
a remedy Hut would so fully accomplish what It ta
recommended to do
11. I.. OENWAKD.l'erry.tia.
I have known and ued Sw t's Specific for morn
than twenty years, and have seen more wonderful
resu'ta from Its ne than from any remedy In or
out of the l'hurmac po-ia. It Is a crtaiu and safe
ai.tidotu to all aorta of Hioml Poisoe
J. DICKSON SMITH, M, D.
Hip Groat Drnir House of (hit'no.
We do not hesitate to say -hat for a vear past
we ' live sold more i f Sw ill's Specific (S.S.S)
thiui all other lllood I'urill.-rs comh tied, and with
im sl u'toiiishlni; r-sn'it". One centleii an who
US' d l.u l a dozen hmtles savs that it has done hitn
more tood than treatment which com him tl.tss),
Annther who has ned It for a .Scrofulous alllictiou
repoits a permanent cure from Its use.
VAN SIIAACK, MTKVKNsON & CO.
Will he paid to a'iy Chemist who will find, on an.
alysls of KHI hottles S. S 8 ., otic particle of Mer
cury, Iodide rotassinm, or ativ mineral snlis'ance.
Till; SWIKTSI-ECIKK.' ru
Drawer ;t, Atlnutii, On.
il-Wrlte for the Utile book, wlile'i will he
III K .led I lee.
1'riee: Smiill sl.e, gl.lXI p- r liottle. I.are slzo
(holdini; doiihlu quantity 1, $l."5 bottle. All Drim-
KiHts sell II. ;)
0 MonkTfi R
f 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK. I
30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
FOR SALE BY
II. Stkahala & Co., Caiijo, III
ritorruKTon of srnoArs patent
WlioloHalo Ue&ler in. loo,
WV U VTFIK CAR LOAD OR TON.WEIX
PACKED FOR BHirPINO
Oav Loads n Specialty.
Cor.TTveltlli Street and Le?ee,
. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
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