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To SMOKERS of Blackwell's
Genuine Bull Durham
This fpcciiii Txposlt is to frnnrnntec the
Tiaynipnt of the '& jircmhims fully Oobcribtd
In our former muKiuncemcnts.
The jirfmliima vill be jh1ii, nomnttcr how
Biiiull the number of bup ruturnvrl may be.
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P. A. WTLET, Ekq,.,
rvuhiar iti.A of DurA'im, )nrim, JV T
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ibkBi' tr on Kpeciiil l'fpowt to i'y i'n-iiiiiim
lor our eini'ty t'tiacix) lain to ! ritMrniil liuc
ltth. Vuurs truly, J. H. C1M. l'rurldit.
Off of the flank of tirVim,l
Hurham, N. C, Hay 10, lwrt.i
J. S. CAItU. Esq..
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trum you. which have ilaowl Upon
HpixiM U(:l"wnf.r the objict you xtato.
Voura truly V. A. WILEY, Calikr
None (tetiulim without Win of UCLL on the
I ITBec our other MinouiictniciiU.
If you arc bilious, dyspeptic
or constijiatcd, a few bottles
of Hops and Malt Bitters will
cure you as they have many
others. An occasional use of
Hops and Malt Bitters Rives
tone to the blood, strengthens
the nerves and promotes per
fect digestion. Do not be
persuaded to try something
else, said to be just as good,
but Ret the genuine. " For
sale by all dealers.
HOPS & IfVIALT
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La La 3
WE SCOURGE SPREADING,
A.u Inoroaao in the Number of
Doaths at Toulon and
rhe Epidemio Oauses Great Consternation
all Over the Eastern Continent, and a
General Exodus From Large Cities.
Precautions -in England The Authorities
Asked to Intercept an In
Marseiiles, July 6. Tlicre were four
u'en ueattis Irom cholera last evening.
ine panic Is Increasing and all who cau
are leaviui:. General uneasluess pre
x u more aeams irom cholera are re-
Toi lox, July s. There were ten deaths
Irom cholera here last evening. Oue was
a Msier 01 Chanty.
Paws, July 6. It is feared the exodus
from Marseilles and Toulon will result in
tae spreading of the cholera. Migration
from Paris to the sniii. u
The (niulvh states that there is a case of
cauiera at Mce.
PASSK X GKI1S KXAMtVI'h
LOXPOX, July y. Vorelirn
srv now examined, and auy infectious
u ,v ... v.?.uil HUB'
. OF C I10I.KKA.
v r The authorities-are
vvi.-; iai j, vessel to intercept a
i-'seLM for Cardiff K on
" !,'-'"! -'' cases it cholera.
"ivJi i.U IJJiJlVtTtES.
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b f.'SlllMIrt, 3;
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it ';i;;::ir f .j ;
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ri.n...:.. -a:.;.cS) 5; Colum-
.-'i.-t;-..: 1 v-Kiy iton-.-, i'O: Kan-
rii-l.i, Mi!.a. Mlnaeajiolis, 5;
Metropolitans, 11; To-
x-viasrllle, lad. Baltitnores, C; Evans-
Detroit, Mich I'hiladtlphlas, 11: Dc
Ck-velanj, O. lio-ton-. H-. cieve.
Grain and Provisions.
TfEsOAr. JULY S. Hl.
rrTTOX-f:u-a'!r; m'-LIiinir. lu',-JP,
MXirii-St-n'ly: XXX to clioicu, fl.i;
Whkat Irn.'.p. Vrt y 11., I lui .m
No. a lif-J, Klf. '
Con.- Lower: No. 3 mlxo'J, 4.15;f ;i;ic- No.3
hit rnixffl. nn.'ii4c.
OATH-SK-ady: No. 2. 2T V-'x'ic
!VK Nomiiml ; .So. .VV vVIo.
TOBAf:o-Kirin: lu'S nimtnon to choipv
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10.W: nji-.liuii, to itoimI ?r.'..vai7.V).
nyii-rrainii I. .'!., .','( lor xi'-imo to
hoioo: clovor ninril. fr,vi. 10 lor common t
.riirx.-: tituoiliv. 10 iju'a.1 o-OJ tor nmno to -vtlt
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r.'.on r mil. in hk; lor Kiriotiy rrcah
I'OTATOK.S Stomly III .V)-(J)0 piT bllllcl.
I'filtK .Notninul; Piunilard iiiiss.h, l.2.Viilii.j(j,
I.Aiin Nominiil; prluio Rloutn, 7'Hn.
llAt.'IIN l,nnu'4. Si'.r.'l... .!,,.., ii,....
Clour ribs, !IV'.
Wooi. Tub-wmlieil, rhoioo, ."He: fair
2!i?i:.".il,,e; iliniry mi l low 2ii',:x rnwiishon
Choico meilium, KO'Jc; irooil Hvorairo HKMliunt
l'iirl'iifk L'.l.ujl il... p-.-- ij
r-. .-ii-. i.-ij MKIIl Hill! Iilllc'; IflllM UV-
i.-ra Iir'ilTrjj hi-avy i:f21.-,u-; coinbinir. i
biooil, Jft-'lo: eoiilbinir. low irrnih.u l.r.,r.i.H..
HlUKS Ullll'l: ilrir Hint 1.:,.. i
, .....v, ij, Ul. Millie, I.
13e: tniim or fias, loo; flry s;tltc"l
12-; dry Riiltoil, (lamairol, )0c; kin iimi
OHlf Billtf.,1 Hl'n. .1 U ... 11 ,r, . I . ....
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BIukh, bu; Brcun, uucuiud, Tijcj diimuirud.
f i . n
do, 40ift. 0c., H3 to uinouut Mil l (jvmlltyof wool;
B i .1 -,ll,: ww, ury uo, iul;ju; luilltk
C 1I1CA ID.
WllKAT I.llW.l" lull. Ultilr.. A
R."ic; Si'ihoiuIht, Hie; Oc'tobcr, M',,m.
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laj -T' ',U','': ,c',obl','-'41-" year,4s-,c;
o.us-iiitrh.T; July, svaC! August, lor
Scpl- inbT. j:,'4c; y,.r, ,:,L'.
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AUDITS Kr.X?U,y5 fW
4!ember!yS'y' TSJ: Au
Wiikat-Lowcv; No. 2 lii.J, ,1uly
AuKust.Wicj Scptombcr, (r.Uo; ut
IW'ko; NovumbiT. 1.HU'4.
L'iniN-U)w..Ti July. .Wc: Autrust,
bupifinlior, 0S,c; uotobi r, iK),c. '
UVIS -Sti.uily; July, ;r,i t.. AuifUSt,
K-pU'inbcr, ICiVcj dotiibcr.
1'ouk. llull tui' 1 niiiiiliiul.
LAiiu-Vuiel; Auiriist, tf7.Tia7.70.
Livo Stock Markets.
licx.s-KiwIpts, l,l,r,i0 head; mo.Urati.lv
nollviif lilt. it... II. . 'i
ritfklnkr, r..liKi,-,.4(l; hoiivy pai-KiiiK mid Hlih).
pniir, (f i.lii'.'ii. ..i. '
C.iTn.K-K.-oolpts. 7,0rt)h.Midi duli; 1(-(!
lnwnr; rvpnrin, f.4K'n,;.'ij )f()(),i u,
jjl'ol.o, $n.lutH.."(ii c'omiiion to fair, fo.lik.j
.SiiKKl'-ltL-i'cipts. l.HiKi lii'iul; pommon dull
poor to (rood, f.'.Srl.iu; jrood to i lioico, f i.oj
Catti.R Maiki't Hl.wly with fair ,i,.,an,i.
evtrac itlio, fii.7i'!,7.l.-i; (food to cliokv rliuii
pliiK, u.yi 6o; coiinii.in t nicdium, .j.U
d im; fair to chol v buti'liors, 4 Ilia. ,iu
Ktockers mill fct'.l.'rs dull nt fl..i-, " X
luarki't flosi'il v,nnk.
hiiKKl' .Marki l dull hhiI pilcos n Minnie ow
or; I'oininon to lair, tS.VtiH; (rood to eh ,f0
f I.4(lx0.ri..rKi; ordlimrylo uhoiou iiiinbs. fi-a i r
HiMis-.Markot dull; oll'crintrK very Hunt;
Yorker, 15.0 nfri.NO; good nleillum, M.tM
KANSAS 1 11 V.
CAiTi.is-Ho(!(jipm i.iiuo; no Koo.l horo:
iwirkia weak and lOuUiwcr; riallvi! sttv-ra of
l.Jil to I.NW ikiuiiJh livciMwi), fn.4(KH.;i6i do,
ii to 1,11m pound iuihito, ll.Vr l.k;
UK'kiTH mid foodors, J iVKjfM: eows, ::.7.Vii
1.,il!,!,,llllM-':p! r,M'''' '"urki't nirHdyj
S i-m L' ""''f'Jopoui.dH avi'r!
OAlttO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MO UNI NO, JULY 9, 1384.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Mr. L. Pine, of tlio Sinc-r Cumpany, is
in the city,
Mr. E. 11. Puttit li.l u policy for six
tlimiHand ilollars on his life, in the K.jtiitt
blu Life Assuiancu Coin)iiny.
Wanted -A hoy to learn type-setting;
must bo over 10 years old. Apply t Tun
Mrs. Shoemaker will nccmipuiiy Miss
Minnie Weston tc-day, on the Gils Fowkr,
to spend a few days visiting at the htter's
home in Paduc:ib.
A regular business tritcting of the
Young Men's Social Club will be held to
night at the rooms on Commercial Avenue.
All membeis bhould attend.
A negro Darned Peter Howell com
plained to the officers that he had been
robbed the uigbt before of $19 in the board
ing house of a negro named Merryumn, on
Fifth Street, and lie accused "Tricky .S un"
of stealing the money.
Messrs. Fred WJnte, Geo. WoosUr, E.
P. Jackson and J. S. Jackson have gone to
Dixon Springs. Postal cards fiom them
say, "This is the place; nothing like it;
send us papers; going to have a nice time,"
Governor Hamilton Iirs issued a proc
lamation offering a reward of $2i0 tor the
apprehensioa of the murderer of Frank M.
Crooks, who was found murdered on the
morning of the 17th of June, near Shc'.hv
ville. Tlio Baltimore and Ohio Tele.'Mph
Company has beoiin operation. Thev lave
secured a wire to Texarkana via St. Loins
along the St. Louis and Cairo road. Mr.
liohnnnon, of Anna, is running the oiticc
for the company here.
Saturday's storm in various parts of tl,i
action of the country came in order that
it might be fulfilled as it is written in
Tice's almanac for 1884, namely, "Hth to
9:h, heavy storms, generally threatening."
We will pit Tice against the field an 1 bet
a cool million that he could leave the Argus
prophet on the ragged edge before the ides
-If you know of a hidden ce3 pool ftnv-
where in the city, or of an out h.i-e or
stable that emits strong odors, or of any
thing whatsoever that may breed germs of
disease, do not hesitate to bring the mutter
promptly to the notice of Health Officer
Schutter, whose duty it is to abate the
nuisance without delay and who will doubt
less perform th-.t duty irrespective of per
Two hack drivers. Henry Jefferson a:id
Charles Johnson, fought a bad tight on
Ohio Levee near one of the wharf boat
stages yesterday afternoon, just as the
steamer Gus Fow ler landed. The cau.-e of
the fight was a quarrel about pi.ssen''ers,
no doubt. Johnson struck Jefferson on the
back of the head with the leaden butt of
his whip, which caused the claret to flow,
and after that a scuflle en.-ued which was
interrupted by Officer Tyler ai d others.
Both combatants were lined.
It is a hct worthy of notice that the
:tepulilican platform exprrsses, with about i
as much directness as it touches upon any- '
thin'', its disapproval of the tariff reduction !
on wool. It is also a fact. Somewhat re
markable under the circumstances, that this
reduction was made by a Republican Con
gress, "protectionists'' if you please, and
approved by a Republican President, a
"protectionibt" if you choose. It must have
occurred to our rea leri before, then, that
when a party assembles to denounce its
own work it ought not be surprised that its
actions create in its own ranks disgiU r.nd
A double team attached to a bii""v.
belonging to M-s. George Parsons, from
Missouri, ran away on Commercial Avenue
yesteiday morning, doing considerable
damage. They rati from near Sixth Street,
struck a bitching -post in front of Gus Bot
to'a Opera Heme Saloon, ran against Mike
Glynn's dray standing near Mr. Gates'
saloon, then crossed over and collided with
tlio delivery wagon of Mr. John McNulty,
wrecking it considerably, after which they
coutinued up the avenue with only the
shaft, having scattered the buggy in frag
ments along the street. There was no one
in the buggy and no one was hurt. The
horses were stopped near Twelfth Street.
Some Russian naval officers arc the
originators of a new plan for a Poplar ex
pedition. They contend that it is impossi
ble to reach the North Pole by sea on ac
count or the islands that surround the Po
lar region, and, according to the scheme
which they nre about to submit the Govern
ment, they propose to utart an expedition
in sledges from the New Siberian Islands,
which are nine hundred nautical miles dis
tant from the goal. This spaco is to be
covered by sledge parties, who would make
provision stations in the newly discovered
islands and thus slowly but surely advance
to the North, securing at the same time the
return journey of tho expedition.
The Wabash Railroad Company has
begun work on Commercial Avenue. It
put a construction train and a force of men
to work yesterday, preparing to
take up n portion of the
tho side track on the westerly sido of the
Avenuo above Second Street. This portion
of tho track, was declared to bo in violation
of the ordinances and state law, by tlio Cir
cuit Court some time ago, but in the Su
premo Court of the State, to which tho ciihj
was appealed by the company's attorney,
Mr. Wheeler, the decision of the lower
court was reversed. But this reversal was
presumably made on technical grounds,
for the section of track complained ot was
very plainly operated in violation of the or
dinances, since it took up part of the street
reserved for the sidewalk.
In these times of changing temperature
and unhealthy conditions, people should
strive to keep their minds at ease
they should not worry and fret about trillcs
nor permit themselves to become usekssly
alarmed about anything. Mankind is too
often the author of most of the infirmities
which nlllict the human family. And the
greater number of these have their origin
purely iu mental or mural causes. While
it would be absurd to contend that many
diseases and fatalities occur from causes
bey oud the control of the human race, it is
none the less true that man, by rea.-on uf
his pursuits and habits', lays the foundation
fur most of the ills ami diseasLS to which
flesh is heir.
The orange tree is the longest lived
tree known. It is reputed to have attained
the age of 1500 years, and it 1ns been known
to have flourished and borne fuiit for uioie
than 100 yeais. No fruit tree will enr.
and produce fruit so well under roiii-h
treatment. It commences to bear the third
or fourth year alter budding, and by the
lit'ili year it w ill produce an abundant crop,
but its yield will lnciease gradually under
favorable circumstances, and as the years
pass on it will become a very productive
tree. The early growth of the orange ij
quite rapid, and by the tenth year it will
have increased more thr.n in the n xt fifty
yenrj, so far as its breadth and height are
concerned ; but its uge multiplies its fruit
stems greatly, and an old tree will some
times bear several thousand oranges.
The old style Continental kn. e breech
es are making a desperate ill'.. it H come
into fashion again. But it will not be a
knetsy mutter to reconcile a man not really
in needy circumstances, to wear them.
Wilhout good legs, nicely proportioned by
nature, a man had better be khis culotte,
and wear trousers of the mo.-.t ample and
voluniiuioiH sufficiency, than have his
limbs encased in nruculine tinnk. Pants
loons of liberal proportions make all wear
ers look alikea blessing for the eves of
the general bachelor, wi 11 a a mental
comfort to the possessor of every variety (if
limbs, which embraces every variety of
physical deformity ; the average miisculine
leg being of itiexhfiiiiUble, even of infinite
repulsiveiie.-?. Probably there is not one
really fiue pair of legs employed in carry
ing a ruin's stomach and shoulders about
in eveiy ten thousand men who walk the
streets, imaging themselves the pr-ud lords
of creation; and knee breeches, unless they
be well stull'.-d and arranged, never fi.il to
make the humiliating fact perfectly appar
ent to even the ino.-t casual observer.
The City Council met last nLht in
regular session. ' A full council was present
full in more senses than one if the pro
ceedings were any criterion full of enthu
siasm, for instance. A resolution reported
by Counsellor Gilbert at the request of
tl e Ci,' '"n''. requiring the Wabash
l lilr"ai1 Company to keep flagmen at the
1:trj(;t crossings from Sixth Street up, was
the occasion lor sonic more tall (questriau
exhibitions by the several gentlemen who
had previously distinguished themselves as
riders of the Wabash hobby. Debate ran
high ; personalities, calls to r rder, the sharp
rap of the gavel, appeals from the chair,
heated protests fr..m members against
charges by members, interruptions, ques
tions, retorts and violent 'gesticulations,
were the order for an hour or longer. But
to the credit of the "orator-." be it said that
though they slaughtered rules most merci
lessly, they remained within the bounds of
decency. The resolution was liuaily a. lop.
ted, and tlw Wabash road must have tho
street crossings watched when tho inm I
run up or down the avenue. The ap
propriation bill was read a second
time, and amended so as to
provide 1 1 ,500 fur tho construction of an
amphetheatre in St. Mary's Park. An or
dinance requiring railroad companies to
construct crossings and keep them in re
pair was adopted. Street Committee's re
port was udopted, in which it was recom
mended that tho contract for filling the
Tenth Street pump-house be awarded to
Mr. Patrick Fitzgerald and that the con
tract for the coiibtiuctioii of certain side
walks be awarded to Mr. Charles Lame,
which recommendations were concurred in'.
Clerk was instructed to advertise for bids
to build the amphetheatie provided for in
tho appropriation bill. Petition of Arab
Fire Company for an increase of .f 200 per
annum in its allowance from
the city, in or ler to enablo it
to better care for and use tlTo steamer, was
referred to the proper committee. Permis
sion was given several prominent colored
citizens to use St. Mary's Park for tho cele
bration on the 4th proximo. The meeting
was adjourned about 11 o'clock.
The Second on the Ticket.
Tlio Next Lieutenant-Governor of Illi
nois. Henry Seiter, of Lebanon, St. Clair Coun
ty, is the only child of Michael Soiter, ono
of tlio pioneers of the county. Sjiter, tho
elder, was a native ot Bavaria, and when a
boy ofeight started lor America with his
father and mother. Both his parents died
of a contagion which bruko out on tlio
Examine our Iarc stock of
iu m iuze uiiuersiiiri
. - o - - ' iiutoi v.ii.r .11(11 III l,rJfl
iir stuck oi Summer Hosiery is complete comnrisiiiTi
rllircad, IJalliriggan and Silk Half-Hose. "
in abundance. Manillas in largo quantities. Children -Straws
Especial attention is called to our large sto
of Sailor Suits and Single Pant? anf Wais
OFFICIO: lioom No. ,
73 Oi l lO LI:VEE,
Liverpool and Luntlou ami (Jlobe,
Gerniaiiia Fire Ins. Co.,
Springfield . & M. Ins. Co,
Howard Ins. Co.,
Farmer's iirp Ins. Co ,
Niagara Ins. Co.,
Hinl Cages, Hath Tubs, Water
Agent for Adams & Wc-tlake Oil.
?S. ,"amiKou . r'1,10
ii ,-n.Mci , i oi ii i ii r.tr., i.u .
Nos. 27 &
TKLKI'HO.N'K NO. :.'(..
ship, and the boy landed in Auerica pen
niless and fatherless. He was taken chirge
of by a poorinaster iu Pennsylvania aud
bound out to a fanner, for whom he worked
until of age, ft.w years later, in 18;i9,
he si ttled iu Lebanon, where, by industry
and patience, h.j has becme a wealthy
man, owning more than a thousand acres
of good land. From such stock, unyielding
and indomitable, conies Henry Seiter, who
was born in 18 ll. He graduated from
McKendree college in 1870 and became a
banker. He Iris always been a hardwork
ing, loyal Democrat, and is now a uietnb r
of the Illinois Senate, in which body he
has served with distinction. Ho ha fm.
features, bright eyes and a large mustache.
He is genii!, liberal and an orit. r. He en
joys great pf i uiirity in Centml and South
Ernest . ret tit Dead.
About 11 o'clock a. m. yesterday Mr.
Pettit died at his residence on Twenty-
eighth Street, near CotMnercial Avenue. Ho
had been sick since the 5th with an affec
tion of the bowels which developed into
cholera morbus soon after and proved fatal.
Monday Mr. Pettit was in a fair way to
recover, but lie took a ride down to his
business, on Eighth Street, in a street car
on that day, remained in tho store for sev
eral hours, during which lie was more ac
tive than lie should have been, nnd was tak
en with a relapse. Deceased was
one of our most active busimss
men, and though yet quite a young man
lie had been Councilman for several terms,
and had established a flourishing busimss.
He camo here twelve years ago, engaged
in the New York store, where he worktd
himself up to a partnership. Aftorwaids lie
established the store now conducted by Mr.
George F. Ort, up town, which he sold out
to that gentleman.
Ho was married in Paducah fivo or six
years ago, and there his remains will prob
ably bo interred. His wife nnd several
children survivo him, and will have the
hearty sympathy of the entire community
iu their bereavement.
On last evening tho Anchor Fire Co. No.
7 of which Mr. K. B. Pettit was a member,
held a meeting for tho purpose of taking
action in refcreuco to his funeral. It was
resolved that tho members should attend
tlio funeral in a body. Tho following
members, Jas. Carroll, G. F. Ort, A. II.
Steel and Thos. Payton were appointed to
net as pall-bearers in conjunction witli four
members of tho Catholic Knights. Mem
bers of tho abovo company aro requested to
meet at their cngino-houso promptly at 3
p. m. to-day, for tlio purpose of making
preliminary arrangements for tho proces
eion. Tho Catholic Knights, of which tho de
ceased was aho a member, likewise held a
meeting last night and appointed W. C.
Mulkey, R. Sncll, B. McManus find D. J.
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U IN lJl VV E All
Li;lit Wear Underwear JV,
10 me imest J JJalbri
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M. & 0. II. R. Buildinif,
- - CAIRO, 1 1,1
New Virk Underwriter' a "cm
(Jcrnian-Aiiicricaii Ins. Co ,
City of Loinlon,
Amazon Ins. Co.,
Continental Ins. Co,
North western jlutual Life Ins. f
iS, -:- TIN
rind Auto AVan,
Coolers & Ice Cream Freezer!
Gasoline and fias Mows Detroit
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Foley to act as pall-bearers for that societ
Tho members will also accompany the r'
mains to Paducah.
The funeral will leave the residence (
deaceased on 2rJth Street between Cumme
cial and Poplar at 3 p. in. Will go to S:
Joseph's Church and from there will marc'
to 14th Street and Ohio Levee, where th
steamer Gui Fowler will receive the rc
mains for transportation to Paducah.
Friends of the family are invited to a
I lie medical profusion ndds the wei.'li
of its testimony ft that of thou-andso
persons in every walk and station of lit
who have learned the virtue of the net
specific for rheumatism and neuralgic
Arthur M. Lee, M. D, of Pomona, UN
writes, "I have selj cted Athlophoros to ;
care-ful test In the treatment of tuiiralgii
and rheumatism, and can cheerfully bea
tor.iiirii.riv to its uniform ( fh'cicucy as i
remedy in the treatment of those disease;
under my pers in! observation in practici
during the past six months."
NollcrtJ In thi rolammure-o llitei or ler .'hcentrj
vhv iii.-riiuu or i.uo per weeic.
ANTf-.D ;iltt.S-ToHrl,resH over two million
envelopes at th-lr own home. W ork lefmti.t
calit.t for hy in. S ml mldrcs-eij and stamped
eiivelooe lor further d-tU!n. Addren
Mm. llnte'n Wonom'K Jonrral,
L'UU SALE-TWO de'rlraleo lotr) on S.Vh Street,
Loiuiut'- K.vl ion. Apply to J:io. A i'oor
WANTED M EN To dlntrtbuto eirrul.rs in
' Cniro mid vicinity for 13 per month. Send
rel-renee nnd Tamp fur ro.iv AAirem
Mrs. iiitu'r! W'oiiiNn'e Journal.
sprlnKtleld, ii, ;
(Success, r to Clias. T. Newlaml an.l
H. T. Gerould )
Plumbet, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave, bet. Tenth and Ele
OA II CO. : : : H,L.
Drive Well Force and Lift Pumpn furnlMied. and
put up. Aije'iit for the Celebrated
"UUCKEYE FOItCE TUMP",
the best i.ninp ever Invented. New (las Fixtures
broli irT l rUUr' d 1''lx,"re,, repnirud and
rfJobbing promptly attended to.
The Rctfnlar Cairo ft Paducah Daily
HRXItY E. TAYLOlt, Master.
UKOKUIi JOIIEs, Clerk.
lt Avei Ptdurah for C .Iro dally (Sundava irii,.
mi) at 8 a. in and Mound City st 1 p. m. Kelurn
Inir, luavo Cairo at 4 p.m.; Mound City at 5p.m.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLAKK80N, Agent.
No. MO Hth St., Cairo, lit.
fctyUitod HtocU and Priced lemonablo.J
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