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NCDUnil C Impntfnry.Snnhial
II kill UUv &OSM-J), Oexual Vrcay, Mental
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Weak ); Blunted Dettlopment, Imitedl.
mcntt to Marriage, etc., from ereettet or any
MitM, tpeniai), Kifely and privately Cured.
IO VonoK. M Iddle-Aard and Old mvn. and all
who ne.d indicl .kill and experlence.connult
Dr.Bateatonoe. HisopiniunouAis nothinx.andmar
aae future nuiwry and shame. When Inconvenient
tovinitthecity for treatmont. medicines can he sent
everywhere hy mull or express frr from ctbsrr.
wallon. I-It isself-evidontthatapbrnioian who
Ilras his whole s'tention to cIaks of diseases t
Ins (rent skill, and physlcisna throughout the
country, knowi ! t h is, frequent ly recom mend difficult
ease to the Olilcsa Hperlallst, by whom eveir
known good remeil v is o?d. tfDr. Bates
A snd Kxprrlriie) msk bis opinion of aa
prcaie Imnnrtnoee. irThoee who sail see no
one but the notr. Consnltstlonsfreeandsisereidly
onddentlal. C'sses which have failed in obtaioln
relief eluwhere. especislly aolloited. Female Dis
aass treated. Call or write. Hours, from 0 to 4,
to a Hiindsym lO to IS. Ovioa to Health
IKT FEt. Address as abov.
The Daily Bulletin.
lT"Ur feiti?e coar.l funwlii who wert
makinj,' itreumus fffrta to redeem Pinch
from the atata of torpor into which it hd
fallen wem trruiuJ by OiBckw Mahaooy,
Biughosr and Uogn Mon Uy nii;ht aod
aro now repenting at liesure in the city
The little blizzud that startod in ao
gradually yaitenlay and broke lousn with
energy during the oili'. dryed u; the aide-
walk and itreuts a little anyhow and ma le
walking and driving leas laborious and un
pleasant. It will probably last all through
to-day, aa lust evening the temperature at
BUmarck waa still nine dernus below zero.
It waa the opinion of Sergeant Ray last
night that the maicury would drop !
iiht above zero here bjfore this breeze
bl iw over.
All day yeateriay was again
taken up by the circuit court in
t'n argument of motions in several
casea. The argument in the cue of Mi
haffy vs. the W&baah road was cinclu ld,
as waa also tnat of Howard va. Ilill; and
the court 'ook both end under a Ivisement.
Court adjourned tlieo until to-morrow.
Judge Bikor will g i to Jonosboro to day,
to give hia attention to some business of
importance there, and will return to rnor
row to conclude the business of the term
An item in yosterdty'a Sr. Louis pa
pers attracted much attention here. It
purported to be a special dispatch frtu
this city, and detailed the killing and rob
bing of a prominent citizen named VV. B.
M Uone, ahortly alter dark Tuesday. The
dispatch waa probtbly wrongly di'e 1, aa
no such occurrence to k place hers, and
no man ot the nam mentioned above lives
here. Another dispatch in th sum pa
pars, dated at Ht. Vernon, give the par
ticulars of a similar occurrence aa having
occurred there, the victim's name being
Bush alaloDe, and the particulars of the
killing being almost identical with thoae
g'.vua.a the first item. Th special correa
pondanta bre of th papera named know
nothing about th dispatch dated Cairo.
Th Cairo dispatch is a fraud, or it is the
rtsult of on of those inexplicable muddle
that Tary now and than prevail in even
the bt regulated printing offices, and that
can only be satisfactorily accounted for by
S ttn of th old settler in tha city ru iy
be able to ren ler a graat service to Mr.
Thomas Nicho!, who came here yesterday
to look up trtuea of a brother who waa ia
Cairo in 1561 , an! enlistud in the Uniou
t'orcaa here. Mr. S. has been making a
long and diligent search for hia brother
and toun 1 evidence, ot his prnsence in v.ri
Ui part of the country ; but the last heard
of him wai in or near this city. The brother,
Charles B. Nichoia, waa fond of horses;
might bav been teaming while here, or
been keeping an eating house, for he alsi
had some qualifications and inclination
this way. Ia his last letter, written from
Cairo, he said be bad enlisted in the federal
forces, but a search of th records ot this
and other states does not reveal hia name;
hDoe th probability that he changed his
mind, had hi name stricken off the list
and remained her ate bile. There are
quite a number of citizens here now who
were here during the first years of the war,
and some one of them may, by trying, re
call th man wanted, and "could do the
aearching brother a great service by im
parting their knowledge to bim.
The negro, Samuel Powell, brought
down here from Beech Ridge aome day
ago to be tried for insanity, was tria l yes
terday by County Judije Robinson and ad
juJgud insane. In the coure of the trial
some incidents were related that will ex
cite wonder and amusement in spite of
one's natural inclination to b serious.
Powell bad been suffering from bis malady
only about three weeks before being
brought bere, when he suddenly became
possessed ot the hallucination that be bad
been ordained by Ood to preach to the
angels, and he would send forth a string of
the most incomprehensible verbal jargon
for hours at a tim, anywhere and at any
time of day or night. At other times he
would be under the lmprtsion that he was
in th internal regions and was burning up.
Then h would divest himsell of every ai
ticl of clothing and run wildly about
among the neighbors or in the woods. ' On
one of the eoldeat daya of last mouth he
waa found in this state and chased for over
a mile before he was captured and con
fined to bis house. Another time, being
confined in the garret of his house, be tore
a piece o( timber loose and broke a hole
through the roof and got out on top of the
house, where, in his simple, natural garb,
he proceeded to deliver a lervent exhorta
tion to an imaginary audience of "Aoirals."
Three men a white man snd two negroes
mounted toward tho roof from the out
side, by means of a ladder. Two of them
reacbU the roof and the third was just
about to atep up, when the pretcher jerked
out the stove-pipe protruding from the
roof, knocked th white man down over the
gabl end, made the first negro jump down
at the other side, and the second scampered
down the ladder several steps at a tim.
Nobody was much hurt, and the preacher
continued bis sermon to the angels in peace
for an hour or longer, and tlisa returned
through the hole into th garret, where he
was subsequently captured. Fie will prob
ably be taken to Anna to-day, ss he is very
troublesome even in (ail here.
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MQRN1NQ JANUARY IL 1884.
Special Correspondent to The Bulletin:
Los AKoiLog, Cax., Jan. 17, 1834.
Southern California, owing to its climatic
position, being midway between the tem
perate and tropical, is known aa Semi
Tropic California. It has about 380 miles
of sea coast with an average of 40 miles in
width. This city is the commercial centre
of Southern California. It would be diffi
cult to find another region of country ou
the globe whose natural resources are ao
varied and the advantages ao great. It is
this that has given auch a wonderful pros
perity t th country. There are three
things that soon attract the attention of
hew comers. They are the wild salubrious
climate, the wonderful productions of the
soil and the beauty of the scenery. In
speaking of its first, we notice from the sig
nal service record that the average tem
perature of winter for aix yeara, was 52 de
grees, for summer, 67 degrees. The aver
ago difference between winter and aummer
is but 15 degree. The temperature seldom
gets to the freezing point in winter or to
100 in summer. The cool sua breeze in
summer gives an evenness to the tempera
ture. There is really neither winter nor
summer here, but year in and yer out is
one continual season similar to the Indian
eummer of the eastern states. Spring, sum
mer and winter are ao much alike blend
ing so gradually and imperceptibly into
each other that ono can haidly realize
what seaaon of the year it ia without a re
sort to memory. We have beard many new
coikeri give expression to their astonish
ment iu tones rather ludicroua. Flowers
bloom in profusion all the year, aod as an
evidence that but little cold weather is ex
perienced, we see sub tropical plants grow
ing oat-doors in the yards and hedges, such
as heliotropes, fuchsias, floripondioe, gera
niums and French roses, that bud and
bloom all through the year. We have seen
hedges of geraniums six or eight feet hih
and roses climbing around second story
windowa. Tomatoes bear all thyear, and
for two and three years on the same vines.
Castor beana continue to grew and bloom
from year to year until the stocks get to be
as much as aix inches in diameter. Sorg
hum continues to grow from the same
stock for years. Ripe strawberries are gatb
ersd every month in the year. All kinds
of garden vegetables grow all the year, and
are aold fresh from the gardens every day.
' Spring chickens" is a miss-name here, for
they are raised all the year round, and to
distinguish the youog fowl from the old in
market, they are called "friars."
The lawns, fields and bluffs are the
greenest in the winter months, snd more
hay ia fed in theaumoier wheu the earth is
dry and parched than in the winter.
Thousands of invalids come here expecting
benefit from the mild climate. Many aie
benefited, but numbers com here to die
or such is the result. Not loug since a new
comer had noticed three iuaeni pruceiDious
passing through the streets in one day; in
astonishment be said: "My Ood I what
ilwes all this mean? I came bere tor my
health." Sid a bystander: "It means the
eastern people live as lung as they can
cast, then come here to die." A change of
climate may do much tor invalids, but it
cannot restore the dead to life especially
when the vitality of life has been almost
entirely destroyed by drug medication or
As to ths fertility of the soil, it is re
markable, especially when brought under a
state of cultivation by irrigation. In cer
tain localities the land is especially adapted
to alfalfa, and it is cut from six to seven
times daring the year, producing ono to
two tons per acre each cutting; the bay
sells readily for $10 to f 13 per ton loose.
On these sane lands barley is sowed, most
ly for hay. Pumpkins and squashes are
raised so plentifully that they are, with
many, the principal feed fur cattle and
hog. Irish and sweet potatoes are a e'aple
crop with those who enya,'a iu farmiug,
and they grow to wondar.'ul sizu, There
is a sweet potato now ou exhibition at
the Times office ia this city, that weighs
pouh is; we have seen it and hanuled
it, otherwise we could "not have believed
such a monster p t .to existud. Vegetables
of every description urow readily and pro
duce prodigious crops.' The upland called
mesa, is th land Ueually sown to wheat.
The level and low lands usually are put
into viueyards, orchards and groves, and
wbn properly cared for soon becomes val
uable. The large tracts of land are being
sub-divided into five, ten and twenty acre
lots and sold to settlers for fruit raising
purposes; in this wty the country is settling
up very thickly. Those lands within five
miles of the city sell, u nimproved, for $11)0
to $400 per acre; when improved and sat in
trees or vines and,hav five to six years
cultivation, with good dwelling and nice
surroundings they - wilUselt at from $800
t $1000 per acre; especially is this so for
five to ten acre lota, p The income from a
vineyard after set three years, is frequently,
$100 per acre net, and from an orange,
lemon and fruit farm, after five years
growth, $300 to, $500. por acre. One man
can do all the necessary work to take care
often acres of fruir. ' It is to cultivate the
trees every year two to four times, and to
irrigate them more or less. It has been
said that a aew beginner here can fix up a
neat, pleasant home and get in a fair way
to do well in five years, as readily ss he
could in ten in the western states whore the
climate is cold in winter. ,
Evergreen trees grow here all the year
so that one can soon have a borne with
pleaaant surroundings, and this brings us
to speak of the bHuty of the scenery. Tbe
range of rugged mountains to tbe north or
northeast, with their peaks covered with
snow, and the blue ocean and magnificent
sunsets to the south and southwest, is a
fitting margin to the intervening picture.
Upon a high eminence iu the city we get a
view of the surrounding country. A ciicle
of. three miles in each direction -from the
court house will almost take in th city
limits not ail built up yet, bnt within the
radious are 25,000 inhabitants. Tbe sight
is a bvelv one. Many fine, palatial resi
dence with surroundings lovely as an idea
and thousands of acres atretching far away,
thickly studded with orauge, lemon, lime,
olive, palm, cedar aud cypresa, with num
erous serai-tropcal plunts, flowers and
vinca make the scene one of real beauty,
scarcely to be met with anywhere else.
Among many private residences that we
have yisited, thtt of Mrs. Lengatreet is the
finest' iu the city. The driveway to tho
hous') is lined on each side by broad leaf
palm trees. Surrounding the fio building
is a lawn and walks lined with century
plants, flowers and tiopical plants of every
kind imiginab'ie, rockeiies aud fountains
here and there add greatly to tho scene.
To one tide of the premises is a fiae orange
grvi, also olive and various other tropical
trees, btnanas, &c, &c. Large orchards ot
the Enlikh walnut, almonds and other nuts
bearing trees are q lite common, and we
are told that a nut orchard ia more profita
ble than an orange orchard but it takes a
longer tim to get them to be productive.
The enorouchments of the'eity is cutting
up many fiuo orchards into building lots,
while the sotting out of orchards is extend
ing r .piijly miles away from the city limits.
A part of the city is built upon tbe bluffs
from whence a grand view of the aurrouud
ing ci untry can be had. The city is water
ed by two companies puttiug the water to
all parts where needed, and is well lighted
by electric lights.
The transfers of real estate within the
city aud county for the last two years toots
up about $20,000,000. J. 8. F.
Having been troubled with a very bad
cough tor about two yeara and having
tried almottt every cough mixture that was
ever made, I have found none that has
given me such great relief as Dr. Bull's
Cougti Syrup and I earnestly recommend
it to all afflicted. B nj. F. Dugan, 14
Paik l'l., N.Y.
. F. L.Jwmn, nr-.- "mtorot imRru.rrK
and etea.uhoi: mt ' n. Orders for all
kinds of steamhuat ji pin.iii.t; eoiiclted. oitct
at buwor'e Karupea,, Hotel. 72 Ohio levee.
Kl Villi. IT hi Ms.
Another cold wave has called on us. and
we will not comment any more on th
probabilities of navigation opening until
abnut the middle ol Mrch.
The W. P. Qalliiay left here for New
Orleans last evening with one of the best
trips of the season.
Sol Silver is in town again, and begins to
look more like a farmer than a steamboat
The R. R. Springer trom New Orleans
arrived here at 4 a. m. yesterday with a
big trip. She departed at 5 a. m , but
think she will lay up ot Paducah, as tbe
ice in tbe Ohio above there is very heavy.
The Vint Sliinkle arrived Tuesday at
midnight. She had a light trip; cot no
ii.i, , . , . .
freight or passengers here, and left for
Memphis at 8 s. m.
The Guiding Star is on her way up from
New Orleans, and the Belle of Shnveport
will follow her to-morrow.
The Vint Shinkle and Cons. Miilnr will
be withdrawn from the Cincinnati and
Memphis packet line, and their successors
will be the Ohio and Buckeye State, which
are ooth first-class bouts. The line will
still run four boats instead of six, as we
stated in yesterday's Bulletin.
The Ohio river' digestive apparatus is
simply immense. We only judge from the
amount of cold diet she is getting away
with without an effort.
The Henry A. Tyl- r from Memphis ar
rived here early this morning. She had a
good trip and will turn back this evening.
Capt. John Massiugale is in command.
The Andy Baum was still in port at Mem
Bob Jones, freight agent of th big "O."
line, s tys he can accommodate tbe Slier
lock to a good lot of freight.
TLo Qua Fowler was late yesterday, but
she got here "alle samec," and departed at
6 p. m. on her return 'trip'.
The Big Tom Sherlock will receive
freight here to day for New Orlan, and
passengers can secure first-class accommo
dations by applying to W. F. Lumbctin,
passenger agent, or o board tbe steamer,
win re Billy Mcliitir'i", 'chief scribe, will sue
that his guests are consigned to comfort
able quarters, and every attention given
A remedy for Rheumatism, which lifts
one from a conditions of helplessness snd
makes life worth living, is described by Mr.
D. L. Southard, a prominent citizen of
Oreencastle, Ind.1 He-says: "For six weeks
I grew worse under an attack of Rheuma
tism, though I had good medical treatment.
C ul l "Hot niovej without great ptio, and
had to be helper! Bishop Bowman brought
mo a bottle, i -Athlopuokos. Began
taking it In the morning. Trat night I
slept free from pain. The next morning I
felt like a wel) man."
"Wm. Lndwig & Co.,
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL
rri t mi iv - irt i r ill net
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and
Wm. Ludwig &
Relieved and enred without snrgiclal Operation, trasa tnrttire or deleoiloo from labor bv Dr. J. A.
bhcruisn'e syftem. Patients from abroad cn recelv traatmi-nt and leve for home i uo i aj. Rap
ture and tropes cause lumbago, kldn and blidder alfjctlooe, affect ti e nervmu m, I upafr
m aihood and briuic on impotency and other deplorable a Imects. All there troubles , amoved and
primitive eoundt-s '"stored by Dr .-'barman's treatment. Book, with cobtlnuoas Indo s. m -uti for
the past thi'ty-five yeare from physicians, merchants, clergymen, farmers and others who hate been
cuteJ, m ule I for tea ce.its. 0;ie Hmvt'ae. of the Vienna Institute. M. Louis. Mo., his alter d thi H'te
noes of cored naiientu in Dr. Sherman's illustrated pamphlets, hired meu ui puraouite ihem, and pub
lishes them si patients to be cured. Tbls bold fraud to dupe the afflicte Is fully exposed In a;i illus
trated circular which is seut to an one who wrltea for It. Since the redd lion or terms patUn s are
dally comtoi! from a 1 parts uf the country for treatment. Day of consultation at New Vura u.i'.co. 251
Iroadway, Monday, Tuoe'iay and Saturday each week.
T EL" E
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS, !
Organized December, 1883, Dnder the
Law of 1883.
uereortn Wido vs and Orphans Muinal Atd So
ciety, o ssuixoJ July 4th, 1877, under
the laws oriSM.
J HV H. ROBINSON.
WM. ' HAT i N
J. A. OOLuSTINtt...
C. W. DUNNING
j BOARD OF DIRECTORS for Ut YEA.R
! Wm. htrstton, Stn tton Bird. uro.ers, Cairo, 111.,
J. A. (to:iltinc, ot'.oldatlne it Uosenwater. whole.
sale and ret.il dry food; O. W. Dunning. M. !.;
Pr.'. ltd. M l Kx , for P nslons: Albert Lewis.
eoniru's.-in h i t; J. H. Robinson, county
judge su ii.'i.iy i-iilllc; vv m. r. ditcher, com
hroker and iniuranco agpnt: K.
:er and iniuranco agpnt: R. II. Halrd. cltv
street snpervii-or; its. rhilll; a, carpenter and build
er; Thomas Lewi, attornev and secretarvj K. V.
H-.erce, attorney. t-law, DuQuoin 111. ; K. C. Pace
. . l. j . f ,. ,. . ; i t, .... . i. . .., . ... .
vwuior ui ' niu uu'ii du, Annier. in. ; amen
Bayden.cashi' r of George Conno.iy A Co.. spring-
fl.dd. I 1 ; B. M luun. attorney-at-law, lrtt Kaa
dolph street. Chicago; Uon. Koht. A. Hatcher, at-torney-at-law,
Charleston. Mo ; II. Lelgbtorj,
cashier First National I'auW, htuart. Iowa.
A New ariri tompiete H-itol. frontlnR o.
Second aud Railroad Streets.
The Paituuger Depot of the Chicago, St. Loo It
and .tew Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabarb. St.
Louis and Pad lie; lion Mountain and Honthern,
Mobile and Ohio; i.'r.lr and St. Louis Runways
are all Juet aci.ss the strent; while the Steamboat
Lauding la but one square distant.
This Hutol is heated by steam, has ' steam
Laundry, M.vdrautlc fclovator, Kiactrle Call Bells.
Automatic Fire-Alartnt. Baths, absolutely pure air,
perfect sewerage and umiplote appointments.
Suimrli ruruiahUixsi perfect servlco; and an un
nice Ileal table.
Ij. P. PAUKKIJA C't., lsmoiM
A Practical Telephone for Social and
Business Purposes, Cnequaled for
Private and Pub'ie Lines.
Sold OutrlUt for 9S.OO.
Amateur Merbanl'-al Te'enhone now being sold
throughout the country. They ar the odIv tole-
plionoa usvtua aa nuu'Hinuo uioe nire. l ignmer
and thev are the only Telephone that are pro
tected by an Oauloor Ll thtulng- Arrstr. All
sounds are delivered la clear aud natural tones.
They are tne neatest, must durable and reqalra less
attention aid repairs than any other Telephon
mad. Send lor our Illustrated circular Agent
wanted. TIIK U, 0. lELtPUONB CO ,
No, tt A M Wost St., UadUon Ind.
P.O.BoxW, . .,j ,; 1st
fl UJA jvA Is
AVENUE, CAIRO, ILL.
Prtos Paid for-
fly addrees'ng GEO. P. ROWELL & CO , 10
Spruce .St . New York, can learn the exact cost,
of any proposed line of ADV1 KII-ilNG iu Amer
ican Newspapers. e7liO-PH;o Pamphlet, 10c.
TjI I) Tf LJ Jam-j Klv.r Va., in a norm
JD A IlMaI e'n ettlament. IHuMtratd cir-
J cuiar iree. J. F. MANCHA.
For Many iieasons.
B(?ni"n'e Caoclne 1'oroin Piaster e cel all
other exter-al remedies. Prompt, highly medic'
nal . 25 cents.
I have a poiiute remedy for tbeabovedinei'iie; hy its
eae thousands of cash, ol ihe w.-rv kind snd of loriK
standing hava been ournd. luttwd, wo strong ia niy
fnithinitsefflosrr.thAt 1 will send TWO Ho r Tl.l '.S
this dsous.to any snflerer. tiiv eiwKi( and I'. ').
addraaa. Da. T. A. BLOC U II. 11 Pearl &t..Ne Vut
of Volum 'I a y.'ar. Tue r h-iiceit I . ' er.it u e of the
world, t'aialogae free. I ow;t pri ea ,'ver knuw n.
Hot sold by deal rs. Sent for exvmioniuin before
pavrutin ou evid-Lce l u - d IVit .
JHS B AI.DKN, I'm '.ll-h'-r.
P.O. Box !MT. Ve-i v ht., New YDrk
When Isar enra Ida not mean merelv tof.tD tlirm
for s time sad then hsve 'hem return ai'ilu, I me in
fsdiral enre. I he niaile the diaeaneof i ITS, Jrl
,KPHy OR FA LLIVU HICK NKS.S alife-lonir tud)'.
warrant my remedy to curs the wurst cssca. ISoonuoe
other bavo failed is noronann for not now reo.nviug a
eure. Hand st one (or a Treatise and a Kree I'nt t le of
mr UifAlHW, remedy. Give Kiprsxs and PosUfice. It
Address Db. iL O. HOOT, las P
earl &U. New Tork.
C17 St. Che.r!cs S treat, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A reitular firnOuota or two uiedirat
collogri. has been louver eugnged In the treat
ment itt Chronic JS'ervoni", Mini unci
JJloo'l Ilse..s than Siir ptb.r t'ln -Ichm in
Ft. Louis aa rlty piier Usv ni.f nil ni. r,i
denta Iti'Oiv, OiniiOnti'in t "Hire or ly mail,
free aud Invited. A frlemiiv talk 01 his 1 n I. ,n ,
costs notlilni?. When It is fiieo:iviui..it to visit
".he elty .or (reutnietit, uiedirlu.s ran he sent
hy mail or espn-ns everva h.-i e. Curnlde i a-es
giihniuuped; where di'tlit exi-ds it is it mkly
stated. Call or Write.
Ntvoos Prostration, Debility, Menial ami
Physicaf Weakness, JU'irutiriul and other
affections of Thvoat, Skia and uonea. Blood
Imparities and Blood Puisouin?, Skip Atf. c
lions, Old Sores ard Ulcers, ImpLfJimentsto
Marrisgs, Eheumati.'m, V.s. Special
attention to cuaos fvoia over-yoi'Vtd brain.
SURGICAL CASES rpewe rpecial attention.
Diseases arising from Iir.ps lencjs, Enocase
IndulgeoMS or Exposures.
It Is self-evident that a l liv-lelan paying
psrtlcular attention to bc!k' ofenea ntlalns
great skill, and pbralelan-in n viilar priii'tlen
all over tha country knowing thl, ire.iu. ruly
reeonimend cases to the iddeal t-rtlee in Anierlcii.
wheM every knowu appliance is r. .ortnl to.
anil '.be provwet goiol luineill." oi ail
ages and coontries arw ued. A whole limine J
used furolllc pnrpoea, snd all lire treated 1th
skill In a respectful manner; and. knowing
what to do. no exwi-liuen are made. unu.
count of the great suinher ;i'i)!iiK. the
charges sre kei.t lo. often !eer tl:an M
deiiisnded by oilier If ou secure th" sklU
and get a .peed y and peiftit ltt' cure, tlint U
the Important matter, fjiupkiet. W page,
sent to any sdrlress frt.
platYs. J MARRIAGE GUIDE. ! pages.
Eleirant eloib ard irilt Undinp. St aled for W
rent. In istae or currency. Over Sfty won
derful pen picture, ti ne to 111" article on the
olIowiiiK .ulit. homa) marry, who not;
s-hvf I'roper ate to mai n . Who marry first.
zlaiilioo.1, .,iunnh.l. I"uyii sl dt eav. Who
vhotild iiiari-v. Uowlife ne-i i-ii-i - niav tie
mcre"ed. Thte ninrn, d f.r roi-tsnipla'tlnc
riariylna should read iu it . n k. t lutx' rea.l
oy all adult irwi.. txm ket t under lurk and
ky. Popular eliilor. sme m u. e. hnt pajwr
eover and ruOpaK ticeuubv Uiail. In uiouejr
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICF BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEU
PACKED FOR SHIPPING .
Car Loads a Specialty.
Oorrwelfth Street and Leyee.