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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING MARCH 6, 1884.
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, 15ronchitis,Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Couch. In-I
cipient Consumption anl for the re
lief of consumptive persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease. I'or Sale
by all Druggists. Price, 25 Cents.
L. v re Lmrwnm I a, fj
rW It art o th 1.1 Vfc'B, BOWELS and
KIDMITS at the 11m tints.
Jwm It leane the system of the poison
ous humor that develop in Kidney and Uri
nary BiiMiw, BUiouiuMa, Jaundice, Const I pa
Uos, PUea, or tn Baetunatiam, Neuralgia, Her.
Tou Diaorder and all Female Complaint.
irnoUD proof or tiwi.
IT WILL BURELT CUES
By oauatnj FUEB ACTION of all the organ
and function, thereby
CLEANSING the BLOOD
restoring the normal power to throw off disma
THOUSANDS OP CA8E8
of the wont form of those f mble dlaeawa
hav bea quickly relieved, ami m a aoort tun
run, L llt ID OK DUY, auut lit DKCGCWTB.
try can bo sent by mail.
WELLS, ElOUAUDfiON it Co., BurUnstoa, VU
8 &4 autnp Ijf Diary Aua.DK i t A.
The Want of a Reluble Diuret c
w ich, while act'tig stmulant of th kidney",
nt-iih r e'Cile nor irrltat tbe'n was Ion in-e
supplied br Hi totter Sto-i.ac1" B;tter. Thi
fno m-dlclue excits the nq ilme degree cf stun
nliton opon these organ, with nt producing
Irritation and I. ib'-relur-, far heller adapted for
trie purpise than gnmc lie ated r l'nt often ro
ll' ored t-i D-s?opia, ever and ague ai.d kindred
disease are cured hv It
For sale by all druggist nd detler genera'.iy
z 2 gal nt..'
" e - : .'3
C 52 -3 v i
cui o 3a z 0)
w a 3 91 k ai
ogc a S
2 "s id
Thll poroui piaster la
absolutely tA but ever
made, corablnin the
virtue of hoi w'"
ffumj. balsam and ex-
tract. It power 1 wonderful In enrlnjditoamawhera
other plaster imply roller, Crlsk In tho I lack and
Mock, liiin in tno siuo or umua, buu joinu ana Mawie.
Kidney Troubles, Rheumatism, h'ural;;la, Bora Chest,
AITection of tho Ilcart and Liver, and all pains or ache
In any part cured lint&ntly by tho Hop Plaster. QT Try
it. rnco u cent or dto lor (luo.
Mailed on receipt of price. Sold by
all drncclsts and country itoret.
Hop Platter Company,
rroprietora, Boston, llasa.
Rowels talre Hawl"? H(n-niw,i and MTerl'MK ficents.
T'lihllc nrtics 1 bereby jrlven thrt the under
s'ltnod Henrietta Ilun tr, of Gallatin, Mo., will,
on thn K'th rlv of M irch. 1HRI. ninkn an SDDllra-
tlnn to the Governor of ihe Unite of I llnois for ino
pur'on of one James Turner, who wa convicted of
an RManlt to murdnr, at the May term, !., or too
A i xnnner Count itrrn't court.
Dated at Cairo, 111., this 9th day of Port. A.D. 1884.
Vn bobair of James Tamer.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE: XO. 711 OHIO LKVEK.
OFFICIAL PAPKR OK ALEXANDER COCSl IT.
tSTEKEfl AT TUB CAIKO rOPToKFICE Y"H
"HA.NHMIHHION TllltotJOIl TUB MA 1 1.8 AT
SECOND CLASS KATES.
CAIRO rOST-OFFICE DELIVEUV.
litre i a liiut ttiit the business meu of
Citiru shuulJ all take, ami at ouce: From
tn item elsewhere in this ia.-uu it appears
that tho collection of mail matter from tho
bold during last mouih, 31,133 letter,
9,440 postal carls ami 1,107 papers. The
revenue leiivei from this city ty the Guv
ernmeut, as indicated by tho stamps was
letters at 2 cents each, $02.00; postal
cirds at 1 cent each, 'J4 40; pipers at 1
cent each, 1 11. 67 total, 728.73. This is
the totalfHS inilicttci by the stumps; but it
appears that tha pust-otike litro received
only about $716 in all cf this revenue, so
that about $12 worth of the starnjs used
oo the mail that went through the boxes
during the month were drawn from other
post-office and sent here to our merchant:),
probably in payment for goods. It miy
lie safely concluded that the tame por
centum of the stamps used on mail that
was taken direct to the post-office alio
came here from other ofTices, so that it is
reasonable to assume that not less than $25
worth of stamps are imported by our mer
chants every month from foreign office",
and that the business of the Cain office is
thus reduced by at least $300 per annum
Now, in view of the fact that Cairo is w. rk
ing for a free delivery system an mstitU'
tion of freat benefit to citizens this matter
assumes a serious aspect. As previously
stated, during the year juat preceding the
reduction of letter postage, the receipts of
the Cairo office fell only about $100 st.ort
of the amount that would have entitled us
to free delivery, and since the reduction,
tbe increve in business has almost
made up for the decrease in revenue occa
sioned by the reduction. By persistent
dickering Postmaster Murphy tnj CV.pt
Thomas bavs succeeded in getting the de
partment to establish the present eystem of
mail boes here; it would be but a short
step from this to the free delivery system,
but a necessary perequisite is, that the bus
inass of the office here shall be up to the
minimum fixed by the law authorizing the
system in any community. To this end the
merchants of the city can do much, very
much, and it is incumbent upon them to
do to. They should give their customeis
to understand that postage stamps are not
wanted in payment of bills they are not a
legal-tender and may be refused entirely
In business transactions. Tbe habit cf re
ceiving stamps is more general than may
be supposed, for within the last day or two
we have been told of one firm that offured
to sell another $40 of stamps, ai.d of an
other who received $7 worth in one letter
A hint to the wise, etc.
An Awful Scene.
An rye witness to the prc:it disaster
on tho Bradford, Irileil tmJKunzua
H.iilroad, says: "It was the grandest
and yet tho most awful scene that hu
man eyes ever witnessed. For a dis
tances of nearly half a mile the road
bed was covered with oil and paints.
It was over the rails, and tho moment
tha gas came in contact with the tire
box it exploded nnd tired tho oil. In
less thau one minute the engine nnd
cars were enveloped in llanios, great
blick pillars of smoke ascended heav
enward; the driving wheels of the en
gine went dashing alon at thn rate of
forty miles an hour, fcattered the oil
over everything with a rush and roar
which niiht have been heard for a
mile. The flames leaped fully 200 feet
ahead of the locomotive, which was
thus compelled to run through a veri
table sea of lire. It wns a terrible race,
and the only parallel I can remember
is tho oil triiin which burned up near
Brocton, N. Y., a few years ago. How
tho engine -r, train hands and the men,
women and children rsjupod.is .some
thing that only Providence can explain.
It was a sight to make the strongest
heart shudder. I never want to see its
Knglish as Slio In Spoke.
Great are the capabilities of the En
glish language. A wayfaring Indian
apolis man in search of a cigar went
into a grocery store in a very small
nnd rural .village, not two hundred
miles from this ciiy. The young wo
man presiding produced a box con
taining the desired articles, nnd when
asked the price thereof gave voice to
the following mystical language:
"Them there's two-furs."
"Two-fers!" repented the bewildered
Indianapolis man. "What iu the name
of sense is a two-fer?' "
Why, two for a nickel," replied tho
young woman, with an air of disgusted
astonishment at some folks' ignorance.
"Oh, I see," said tho enlightened
Hoosicr. "Well, if vou have any 'one
fers,' let me have a look at them."
The purchase of the "one-fer" was
made, and the wayfaring man with
drew. Iiulianavo 'is Journal.
THE VEIL WITHDIUWL.
Cha. SUde, the worldtenowne l spirit
ual medium having just made the grand
t ur of our planet, will appear at the Opera
House on Sunday evening, March Oth. At
his seances spirits cast aside the vei',
There is no cabinet, no screens, no dark
ness. Spirit hands appear in bright g5
light, slate writing is done by visiblo spec
ters while the mediums are sitting bound
in chairs. Materializ-d forms come forth,
speak, shake hands, etc., before the audi
ence. All, whether septic or believers
should be there to witness this exlraoidi
twy display of occult powers.
W. K. ;.MHniN, river editor ot ihb Bixlbtik
and itea.Tiliost paeuer airt-nt. Orders for all
kinds of sUtamhoat Jul) printing sollr.lled. Office
at Howor' European Uoiul, No. 72 Ohio luveo.
STAGES Off THE HIVElt.
Tho river marked by thu gauge at this
p rt at 0 p. m. 41 feet 10 inches and fall
in''. Chattanooga, M'ir. 5. Hiver 7 feet 2
nclit-s and fulling.
Cincinnati, Mar. 5. Hiver 19 feet 0
inches and falling.
Louisville, Mar. 5. Kiver 8 feet
8 inches and filling.
Nashville, M.r. 5 -River 15 feet 0 inch
Pittsburg, M ir. 5. Uiver 4 feet 2 inch
es and ful ing.
St Lo iis, M r 5. Uiver U feet 2 inch
es and fallirrg.
It IV Kit ITKUS.
The James W. Gaff from Cincinnati ar
rived here at 4:30 p. m. yesterday, dis
charged about 100 tons of freight, received
a small lot and departed at 8 p. m for
dipt. W. C.Tichenor was a passenger on
the Guff yeoUrd.iy. He was looking hale
and henrty, and think he out;ht to be now
in command of some good steamboat.
The Ella Kimbrou'h will leave here for
Memphis Stturday evening.
The Charles Morgan had a fine trip snd
was full of people. She passed up for Cin
cinnati last night.
The U. P. Schenck will report here tO'
day for New Orleans.
The Hudson from St. Louis is due this
evening for Paducah.
The City of Cairo from St. Louis leaves
here this morning eaily for Vicksburg.
The Irom Mountain Riilroad has again
resumed business, and her track is now in
good repair. The first train since the high
water left on time hft Dight.
The Ohio from Memphis will pass up to-
day for Cincinnati. If you want to ride on
a fast boat with every accommodation that
can be afforded take th Ohio. Go and
cet your ticket from Passenger Agent W.
Yesterday was dull and clooiiiy. Busi
ness on the wharf light.
The Gus Fowler was on time and de
parted as usuil yesterday.
The wharf boa's aud warehouses are full
The Vint Shinkle left Cincinnati last
night for Memphis.
Partial treatment of Rheumatism orNeu
ral&ia, as with lotions and ointments, is
like scotching a snake when it ought to be
killed. It is a mere postponement of pangs
till auotber, and verhaps more inconvun
ient day. Athlopliop'S docs rot parley
with these diseases, but gets right beneath
and behind them and roots them out of tbe
system. It is the uucoinpromisincr cure
Sivt S. H. Sieving Natick, Mass.: "Mother
has been a still -ror from Rheumatism for
five years. In ten days after taking Athlo-
phoros her pains were entirely removed."
Tbe New Telephone Girl.
There is a new girl iu the telephone
ofli.'c, aud she is a very flip young
"Hello, Central!" called a subscrib
er the other morning.
"Hello?'' came the answer.
"Give me the National New Haven
Bank," he said.
"Give md the National New Haven
Bank," be said."
"Get out! loyou want the earth?
How can I give yon a bank? I ain't got
10 cents to my name," and she knock
ed the connecting link clear across the
oHico aud begun humming "Over tho
Garden Wall." Xiw Hun Xuun.
Tho Chronic Juryman.
"Another horrible murder!
found with his throat cut. Seo
Difenderfer, let me read"
"S-s-s-h! None of that," said Difen
derfer, shaking a warning linger at tho
man with the newspaper. "If you are
going to read that just wait till I get
out of doors."
"What for?" inquired tho man with
the paper. "I want to post you up on
the leading events of the day""
"Yes, I know, but you don't want to
take the tread right out of my mouth,
do you. and out of my children's
mouths? You don't want" to interfere
with my business and break mo all up,
"How is this going to interfero with
"I am a professional jury man."
Mr. M.J. Green, P. M. at North Buf
falo, Pa., states his feet were badly frosted
and he suffired also with pains in the head,
which St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain-reliever,
For seven years Allen's Braiu Food has
stood the strangest tests as to its merits in
curing Nervousness, Nervous Debility and
restoring lost powers to the weakened Gen-
ative System, and, in no instance, has it
ever tailed; test it. $1; 0 for $5. At
The universal praise bestowed upon
Kidney-Wort as an invaluable remedy for
an disorders ot me Aidneys, Liver and
Bowels, is well merited. Its virtues aro
universally known and its cures are re
ported on all sides. Many obstinate cases
have succumbed to it after they had been
given up by tho doctors aud a thorough
treatment will never fail to cure. Sold oy
all druggists. See adv't.
In the Hop Plaster are united French
Hops, Gums nnd Balsams, and its power
is wonderful in curing Buck Ache, Sprains,
Bruisrs, Neuralgia, Pain iu the Side or
So-encss anywhere. Thousands testify to
Bad Case of St. Vitus Danee.
Minister, is the singular name of a town
situated in Auglaize, Co., Ohio. It is the
residence of Mr. J. Brandewie, who writet:
"Samaritan Nervino permanently cured my
son ot a bad case of St. Vilu3 Dance."
Emory'. Little Cathartic is tho best and
only reliable Liver Pill known, never fails
aim the most obstinate cases, purely vege-
aoie. io cents. (I)
Do Sot Be Deceived.
In theso times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
io nnu one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really does as recommended.
Electric Bitters we can voush for as being
a true and reliable remedy, and ono that
will do as recommended. I bey invariably
cure Htoinach and Liver Complaints, Dis
eases of the Kidneys and Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, give them a trial. Sold at
nttv cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. (3)
Huckien's Aruiea Salve
The Beat Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is cuarantccd to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
j cents per box. For sale by Barclay
A Fair Oiler.
The Voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall, Mich.
offer to Bend Dr, Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Applicances on trial, for thirty days, to
men, old or young, afflicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. 2
5rJ"Fashion is Queen. Fast, brilliant
aud fashionable are the Diamond Dye col
ors. One package colors 1 to 4 lbs. of
goods. 10c. lor any color. Get at drug
gists. Wells, Richardson & Co., Burling
ARKANSA9 AND TEXAS.
Along the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
In 18S2, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 18S3 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed forrnoney paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Towssexd, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
Henry's Carbolic Salve.
The best salve nsed in the world for Cuts, Bruises
Piles, bores. I'lcer. Salt Kheum. Tetter, C'hapoed
Hands. Chilblains. Cores, and all kind oi Skiu
Ernpiloni. Freckles and Pimples. The salve ia
etiaranteed to give Derfect sa'isfartlon In every
case be sure you get HESKY'S CAKBOI.IC
SAl.VE, at all others are but Imitations and
counterfeits. I'nceis cents.
Dr. Green's Oxygenated Bitters
Is the oldest and bent remedy for Dyspepsia.
Biliousness, Malaria. Indisewtinn, all disorder" of
the stomach and diseases i dicattne an Impure
condition of the Blood. Kidneys and Liver.
HURNO'S CATARRn SNUFF enres Catarrh
and all affections of tbe mucous membrane.
Benton's Balsam cures Colds, Coughs, Rhenma-
t'em, Kidney Troubles, itc. Can be uted exter
nally as a planer.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
highest Cash Prfce Paid for Whf at.
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Bth Street, between Com'l Ave. aud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUNITION.
Safes Resafred. All Kinds ol Keys Made.
Q.EORQE II. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
mint of surgical diseases, and diseases of women
oKrlUE-On 14th street, opposite the Post
office, Cairo, 111.
R. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELECTRO-VAPOR and MEDICATKD
A lady In attendance.
QR. W. C. .ICCFLYN,
OFFICK-Klfhth Street, near Comu erclal Avenoe
jyi. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Omoi-No. 1S6 Commercial Avenue, bstweaa
- J 3--
fpUE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OniO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, m OO.OOO!
A General Banking1 Business
NTEUPltiSE SAYING BANK!
EXCLUSIVELY A SAYINGS HANK.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
K. BROSS, Prealdent. I P. NSFF, VlcoPrcs'nt
U. WELLS, Cashier. T. J. Keith, Aaa't castj
F. Bross ,
.Ca!ro I William Klute. .Cairo
William Wolf.... "
C. M.Oaterloh " ICO. l'atler.
S. A. liuder " III. Wells '
J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia.;
A GKNEItAli BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange so!d and bought. Interett P'lld ii
the Savings Department. Collections made ane
all Dnslnens promptly attended to.
fJAX PL' ItC HAS hlt'S NOTICK.
To John Howley or auy other person or persons
You aro hereby notified that at a sale of real
estnto in the countv of Alexander and state
of Illinois, held by the connty collector of said
connty, at tne southwesterly noor oi ine court
house In the citv of Cairo, iu salu countv and state,
on the llth day of June, A. 1). lrS2,
tho unee s ened purchased the follow
ine descrlht (I real estate situated in
the city cf Cairo, In the countv of Alexander
aau state ot Illinois, lor tue nixes one ana
unpaid thereon for the year A. I), lssl, to
KCthcrwith penalties and costs; said real OKtiite
heiug taied in the name of John Howley, to-wit:
Lot numbered three (;(), In block numbered twen
ty one(2i), and that the time allowed bylawfor
the redemption ol sau real estate will expire on
tho Hth dav of June. A. I) 1SS1.
MICHAKL.F. HOWI.EY, Purchaser.
Cairo, III., March 1st, A. 1). 1SSI.
fpAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To C. E. Tracey, Trustee, and all other parties in
terested: You are hereby notified that at a ealo of real
estate, in the county of Alexander and state
of Illinois, held by the connty collector of said
county, at tho touthwesterly door of the court
house in the city of Cairo, in said county and
state, on the 13th day of June, IKS.!, the under
signed purchased the real estate hereinafter de
scribed, situated In th City of Cairo, county of Al
exander and State of Illinois; sold for the taxes
due and unpaid thereon for the year A. 1). 1SS1,
together with penalties and coste; said real estate
being taxed in tne name of C. E. Tracev, Tr'ictee,
to-wit: Lots numbered one (1) and two (i) In block
numbered sixteen (!) as known and designated on
the recorded map or plat of said cily, nnd that
the time allowed by law fer the redemption of the
said real estate w ill expire on the 13th duy of
duux ua iiss, rurcuaacr.
Cairo, 111., March 3rd, lssl.
rjUX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To P. H Pope, In whose namo sold, William A.
McUrew, owner, and all other parties interented:
You are hereby notified that at a sale of real
estate, in the county of Alexander and state
of Illinois, held by tho coi'nty colleetor of said
county, at the outhveterly door or the court
house In the city of Cairn In said county and stale,
on the 9th aay of June, 1HSJ, the nnilerslned pur
chased the leal estate hereinalter described, sttu
ated In the ci'y of Cairo, county of Alexander ai d
State of Illinois; sold for the taxes due aid un
paid thereon for the tear A. D. 1SS1, together with
penalt cs and costs; saldrual estato helLg taxed In
the namo of P. U. Pope, tu-wit: Lot numbered
eluhl (8) In block numbered eieven(U)aa known
and designated on tne recorded map or plat of ra d
city, and that tho owe allowed by law for
the redemption of the said real estate will expire
on the 8th day of June. ISM.
JOHN GATES, Purchaser.
Cairo, III., Mnrch 8id, lssl.
AX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To Hugh Rlgncy and nil other parlies Interested:
You aro hereby notifed thai at a saio of real
estate, iu tho county of Alexander and sta'e
of Illinois, held by the countv collector of sa d
county, at tho southwesterly door of the court
house Iu the city of Cairo, in said county and
state, on tho !Hd uay of June, Wi. the under
signed purchased the real estate hereinalter de
scribed, situated in the city of Cairo, county of Al
exander ami s'aio of Illinois; sold for ih" 'axes
due and unpaid thereon for the jearA 1). 1S81, to
gether with pen titles and costs; said real estate
being tax'iil in tne namo or Uuga uigney, to-wit;
Lot nnmbeied four (4) In block nun hered tweutv
nine (vl'.O as known and desienatud on the recorilo t
map or plat of said city, and that the
tlmo allowed by law for the redempilon of the
said real es ate will expire on the --ia day
of June, 1SSI.
J W. SPIES, Pu:chaser
Cairo, 111., farch 8 d. 1SSI.
rpAX PURCHASER'S KOTICE.
To Taylor and Pa'sons, in whoo came sold, Mo
bile St Ohio Railroad Company, owners, and all
other parties intei ested:
You are hereby notified that at a sale of real
estate, In tho county of Alexander aud state of
Illinois, held by tho coiltUv collector of said coun
ty, at the southwesterly diior of the court house In
the city of Caco, in said county and n'e, on the
lMh day of July, IS.', the undersigned purchased
the real estate hereinafter described, situated in
the city of Cairo, county of Alexander and state of
Illinois; sold for th tax.' due and unpaid thereon
for the yoar A.D. lSt, together with penalties and
costs; said real eMatelielng tux"d In the name of
Tavlorand Parsons, to-nit: All of hlocit numbered
Ixty foar ('Ml as known aud designated on tho re
corded map or plat of ald c ty, and that
the time allowed by law for tho rn.iomteion
of snld real estate will expire n the 15th day of
July, 1S8I. J. W SUES, Pnteuaser.
Cairo, 111., March 3rd, 1H8I.
H nil H MORPHINE HABIT
1 1 r I 11 Da. H. H. KANK, ol Ih D.o.ii!nrr
VF At? llema, aow oir.-n R-tu.dT lirral.y
ons m nn MMir anMlv iaa salslHulr. Vr Imtim.
H. H. , A. I., a.U,, 10 tail U, Htm lerk I'Uy.
The riea-ute and Troat of cultivating these frulu
Is just being understood. See cur free cuUli gue.
Tho best small frutti, new and old.
WELLS & CORWIN,
Bsltini? Hollow, Suffolk Co.,N. T.
ACi, W rrl',C Oenilemen eipcrleucod iu
. U i 1 O tale ot hliih-priced book
W A NTR M t0 cnv",n Minols fora
' aa.il i.XjJLnew standard reference
wrW. M. 11. Cary Co., 113 Mason St., Mil
waukee, is. '
Mid Cold and Winter.
For wlnt r concha and colds. a-hea and pains
ou will limt Ikusou's Capcuo 1'orou l'lasteri
the beet relief.
on James River Va., In a north
ern settlement. Illustrated clr-
Iree. J. P. il ANCUA,
Senmie and Miles, paper. lOcts; cloth, acts.
Crown tf W fid Olive, paper, 10u.:clotb, c.
l thlcs of the D.ict, paper, 10 eta : cloth, 25 ct.
Sesame aud l.lli;s. Clown ot Wild Ulle, an
Kthics of the Dnt, In one vi lume, half Huki i, red
edtfus, S'cts Modern Pulnters, Htonea of Ven
Ue, lc, In preparation. l.ano catalogue free
JOHN It. A DDKS, t'uhllcherl IS Vasey St., ?few
An Only Daughter Cured or Consump
tton. When death was hourly erpectod, all romedlea
havli i! failed. Iir. 11 Junius wan experimenting
wun the mauy herbs f ( a catta, ho accidentally
made a preparation which cured hia only child of
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