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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1872.
BIMILIA SIMILIBUB CURANTUR
H AVE proved, from th moat ample exper
. Ienc,n entire ucci Simple Prompt
olentand Reliable. Ther are th only tncdi.
clnaa perfectly adapted to popular aim.
pi thatmittakeacannotliemadeln Ualngtheml
en harmless u to bi free from danger, and o
efficient a to bo alway reliable. They hate ralli
ed tha hlgheat commendation from all, and will
alway render atlifactloo.
1, Cure arera,congeatlon, Inflammations. M
I, worms, worm lever, worm coiic.,..zi
3, " 4'rjrlaJ.collo or teething ol mfanta...W
4, " Blrrhaca, of children and dtilta...:U
D, " njraeatarjr, griping, h'llout colic. ..M
a, " Cfcalera-morbua, vomiting.... ,.2H
7, " Chalcra. coldt , bronchltue M
, " NearMlaTta, toothache, raceaohe....2a
, " HmI acha. lick headache, vertlgoltf
10, BBntta biliou atotnache. 2i
11, " maartil,oi painful perlode......!M
12, " Whites, too proriiaa pf rloJ.........M
13, " Croats, cough, difficult breatlung...Zl
14, MaHRhenm, Eryelpelaa, EfuptlonsM
1 " IUMMtlam, rheumatic pain 24
14, " Fever sad Aaae.clilll Iever,agues60
IT. nit. Mind or bleeding Jto
15, " tsBhthlrsajr, and tore or weak eye.W
It. " Catarrh, acuie or chronic, innuentaW
10, WhaaalBa;-C'BR-h, violent coughsSO
'tl, " Aathasa, oppressed breathing ...CO
22, " Ear Dischargee, Imnalred hearingOO
It), Merafala.enlargedglandi, awelllngt
21, Ueaeral Debllltr, physical weak-60
26, " Droasajrand acanlyHecretlnna t
v ' Hen slekaaaa.alckneaa from ridlntKO
'SI, " KIdnejr-Dlseas, Gravel,. , ...SO
, " Nervous Debllltr, aemlnal en.la.
alona.InvolunUrv discharge 1 Ou
Flve;Bomes,witli one 12 rial of powder
very necesaary in aerloua casta. ..& M
29, Nor Moath, canker M
au, VrlMryWtakieM, wetting Ved..W )
11, " Palatal Periods, withanaamt. 6o
it, " Raaerlaxs,atchaog ofllle........l 00
XI, EalleMy,Bpasma,rU.Vltue'dance,l 00
.'14, Dlalfcerla. ulcerated aore throat 60
Of S3 ta 60 lam wibib, Morocco
or rosewood ease, eoatalalnjr a
aaeeiae for every ordlaarjr dis
ease a nttallr 1 subject to, and
beaks ofdlrectloaa ..from 110 to fli
amaller Fatally and Traveller; ca-ea,
2Mo 88 vials ....from til to $a
Specific lor all Private Diseases,
billi lor Curias; and tor Frevea.
live treattneni, lo vlala aim pocat
case 03 la S 00
Curet Uurna, llrulaea, Lernens, Horene.,(ore
'Ihroat, Hptaina, Toothache, Earache, Neuialgia,
Itheumatisin, Lumbago, Pile, Holla, HliUK,fcorH
Kyea. tllteling of the Lunga, Nu.e, Ktnmach, or
of fllea, Corns, Ulcers, Old Born.
Price. Cm., 60 da. , i'mta, II 6u; Quarts, ;.,
av I hue rtmeliea, excei t I'ond'a Kttraci, by
Ihecaaeor tingle vox, are i,t to any part of thu
country, by mail or eipress, freo of ch.rg, on
receipt of the price.
HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE CO.
Office and I)ep.l, No. USl Ilroiulway, NewTnrk.
KOK HALE iiY V. O. foCIIL'lt, CAlKD, Ilia,
Trincipsl Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., 0
THE ONLT BCLIABLE GIFT DISTIUIIU
IIOM IN THE COUNTRY 1
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo dlftrlbuted in
X. . 3D. SIWE'a
U7th Regular MoDlhly
To be drawn Monday, BeptemVer 9th, H72.
O.nk Grand Capital or
;000 IT GOLD !
Two Prize 11,000 f f
Two Prizsi 600 g. i O KEEN BACKS
FIto Prizes 100
One Family Carriage and Mttched Uoraea with
Bllter-lounieu narccai, worm i,tw.
One Borae and Buggy wUh klltvrMounted Uar
Dm, worth COi
One flne.toncd Kuiewood Hiann, worth $M0.
Fire family aewlng rnachlnta, worth llWeoch.
760 gold and ailrer leTer huntirg watchea, worth
from f 20 lotJiOeecb. Ladlrtguidleotlnechaloa,
gtat'a gol I Teat chains, tulld and double plated
ailrer taU and teaapoona photograph albnma,
jewelry, etc., etc.
Whole number of gltta, 6,000. Ticketi limited to
Agenta wanted to nail ticketa to whom liberal
pramlume will be paid.
fclcgie ticket one dollar aix ticketa fiteilol
lam twelve ticketa, ten dolUra; twenty-fite
Circulara containing a full Hat of rrlrea, !
tcriptlonof the manner ol drawing, and other
information in reference lo the diatribuuon, will
be tent to any one ordering them. All lettera
mutt be addreaaed to L. l. MINE, Ilox, Mi,
orncs, Cincinnati, O.
101 WetttlllH. nor.wAdW
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Lxoalized iiy State Authority and
Drawn in Puiilic in St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
Clarb II, ro hi Drawn Aur.31, 1872.
6,880 Prizet, Amounting to $300,000.
1 Trite of .l S0.000 1 600 Friteaof $ 100
V " Ul t,l"V
Tickots, $S: Quartor
Tickets, $2 00.
-vOur lotteriea are chartered by the State, are
alwaya drawn at the lime named, and all draw
Ingt are under the auperviaion of attorn com.
The official drawing will be pub'.lah'd in the
Bl. Iiultpaperaand a copy sent to purchaaera
of ticketa. .
We will draw a similar scheme the taat day of
eyery month during the year 172.
Remit at our rUk by poamffice money order,
regitteru'i leiier, urau or expreaa. -rnu mr cit
cular. Addreaa, MURRAY, MlI.LF.lt A CO.,
oi. L.ouia, nu.
F. O. box 2440.
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
ROBERT WOOD, Til 03. B- ROOT.
ROBERT WOOD & CO.
1.136 Ridge ATenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
-FOUNTAINS- -FLOATING BWAN8-
-UUUK8- -TURTLES, ic-
For Decorating Fountalna.
VERANDAHS, SUMMER HOUSE?,
1RB0R3, CHAIRS, BETTEEH, Ac, Ac.
NEW STYLE WKOUOHT-IRON RAILING for
lnrt?Sduced.0UC C,meUrle'- New before
CAST AND WROUQHT-IRON RAILlNfia for
Publlo Building. nd BnU.re.rc?mete y Lot.'
and Garden Fence., lUIconlea, Roof Creatl'isa
eto in great Tarltty of Pattern.. -""..,
IKON STAIRS, Spiral and straight, ol yarioua
1 altera and style. Special attention glren this
olaaa of work.
LAMP POSTS, for Front of Public Dulldliiira.
Hotels, and City Street, ol Plain and Elaborate
STABLE FITTINGS, of Cast and Wrought-Iron,
ot New Improred Style, such at Kay Itaoka,
Stall Dlrialons, Manger, Uarne Brackets, (Jut.
tera, Traps, Ventilators, ac.
WIRE WORK of erery detprlptlou. Wire
Guard of Crimped Wire,Galranlxed or Painted,
in Plain or Ornamental Patterns, for Store Door
or Windows. ractorr and Warehouse Windows.
Railing for Offloes. Banks, Counter Railings,
Baloonlf s, Lawn and Farm Fences, Ac, Ac.
UaYIC.9 lor entrance to uemeienea. ruDi'n
bnarea and Gentlemen's Countrv Seats, of Gia
TuVilniror Wrouaht.lron. both alnsle and double
t n elaborate anf simple deaigus,
DRINKING FOUNTAINS, tor street uaea. A
rery large assortment of design exprefaly for
CAftT-IRON URINAL BOXES, for publlo park
and city street.
OVALVAHK8, Istestttiltt, centennial pattern.
HITCHING POSTS, Jookty, Coollt, Sambo and
plain dtngnt, 4 Aod.(m,
HORACE OREELKY AS A PUBLIC
GOOD, BETTER, BEST.
COMPARE THESE WITH GRANT'S
Latt week Horace Oreeley made three
littlo speeches in New Uampihlre that
would have done no diicrodit to Webiler
if he had uttered them during hi lifetime
under similar circumstance!. The flrit,
made at Manchester, on the 7th, is good,
and at follows :
Fellow-Citizens or my Native
State You are aware that I am among
you on a visit lo my relatives and the
playmates of my childhood, at I have
often been among them during tho half
century sinco I left this neighborhood in
aueit of a living elsowhere. I first saw
Manchester flfty-soven yean ago, when a
Hood and running ice in the Merrlmau
rendered it Impassible a'. Reed's or Thorn
ton's ferry, and compelled my father to
return with me from my grandfather'
in Londonderry, to our home In Amherst,
to make a circuitous route in order to
cross at this point by an old and rickety
structuro known as McGregor's bridge.
There weto then three or four fishermen's
huU on the sito of this now thrifty and
prosperous city of about thirty
thousand souls. Lowell and Nashua
were- unknown even in name, and not a
singlo cotton mill certainly no print-
wuirj (jjiiiuu m i n is state, me inter
vening years have witnessed immense
strides in the growth of our country's in
dustries and useful arts. I trust tbat all
sections are benefited thereby ; that the
cotton-grower and cotton-spinner may
Dotn rejoice in each otner s thrill ana pros
perity. Good men sincerely apprehended
that if slavery were abolished cotton would
not bo raised in adequate quantities, but
many ol them have learned to realize and
rcjolco that labor or Tree men is wortb
more than tbat of slaves. I trust that
other misapprehensions and sectional
hatreds are yielding lo lesions of expe
rience, and that a long and bright era of
peace and fratornity has dawned upon our
once distracted country.and in tbat faith I
bid you a kindly good-night.
The second made at Concord, on the 8th,
is better, and as follows :
Mr FkiendTappan, and Mr Friends
and Fellow-Citizens or New Hamf-
mure. More than half a century has
pa a ted since I left this, my native State
in quest of future and larger opportuni
ties elsewhere. Those years as you know
have been full of incidents. As time
rushes, events hurry each other in our
day ; and be who lives a half a ctntury in
this age lives longer than a whole century
of the life of Methuselah. Well, fellow
citizens the half century which has
passed since I ceased to be a citizen of
New Hampshire has seen the origin and
growth of railroads and telegraphs and
the cables across the ocean. It has teen
the rise and fall of empires and dynasties,
and it has seen, tho best of all to me, the
overthrow of Amerhan slavery.
A great thinker has said tbat to-day is a
great thing in diiguise, that a day looks
common and trivial to the thoughtless,
but all great and noble successes aro made
up of to-days. Ido not know how well
I have done; men have done better in
this age, and would tbat I might feel tbat
1 have added to the history of the lost
half century of my country.
Our coutry is better worth living in to
day, with better opportunities for lis hum
blest citizen, because of the events of the
last half century. In these events I havo
borne an bumble part, often mistaken,
and of short sigbtedness in doing the thing
which seemed right, but which was not
always in the wisest and largest viow
right. But still I think my life has led
me to ezcrciso larger charity towards the
great mHis of the human race. I believe
tho great majority of tho human race are
constantly aiming to do right.
I have always wished in my busy life to
come back to the State of my birth, at
wnys hoped to nave tome opportunity to
return, not expecting ever again to dwell
with its people, but to communo with
them, and I trust the few days which will
bo spent among you and with my friends
will bo the richest and happiest days of
my life. I hope that horcafter, as well as
now, in that life which draw towards a
close, and which ought to bo devoted to
rest, I shall have frequent opportunities
not many years hence to como to New
Hampshire to mingle with its people and
rejoice with tbem that the old State bears
to proud a position among her sister
States; that ber half million sons and
daughters now residonts of other States,
will always look back with prido and af
fection to the State and say, "although her
granite rocks are hard and her soil re
luctant to give tortb fruits, still, for all
that, her people aro among the happiest
and most Intelligent of any we have seen."
My friends, in the, hope that perhaps I
shall have opportunities hereafter to
mingle familiarly with you, and that these
differences, which havo separated us in the
post will gradually fade in sight of new
circumstances, and that wo shall como to
know each other more thoroughly, in that
faith and hope I now tako my leave of
Tho third, mado at Bradford, on the Oth,
is best, and as follows :
Fellow-Citizens or my Native
State Ladies and Gentlemen : There
are two New Uampshiros, ono consisting of
her hills, rocks, woods, bright green mead
ows, and sparkling streams ; the other, by
fur tho more imporlttnt and unique New
Hampshiroof the two, tho men and wo
mon who claim her soil as their birthplace.
Nay, more. New Hampshire people are
again divided into those who live on tho
soil, those who have congregated, and who
havo sought opportunities for success in
other States and in other placet than their
nativo land. I belong to the Now Hamp
shire that traverses many lands and dis
tant spots, but when tho 4th of July or
Thanksgining, or Christmas day comes,
or any recurring anniversary that brings
to mind recollections of old iamiliar
hearth., I then recur with all tho rest of
tbat outer Now Uampsliiro to tho land of
my ancestry. I ask, How are the old
folks at homo? Laughter. From dis
tant lands everywhere, from California,
Texas, Iowa, from tho equator, from the
other side of tho globe, the other New
Hampshire looks back in mind to tho
rugged bills of our native State, smoother
now than when we wrestled with the
rocks, and tried to wrest oxistonce from
the granite beds. Applause.
It has boon said of mo that I adviio all
young peoplo to go West. True, to some
extent, I have. I do advise those who
find existence to bard in the Eastern
States to turn to tbat setting sun whero
thoy find so much unoccupied, fertile land,
which tickled with the plough, laughs such
bounloous harvests. Rut as to the people
that now compose New Hampshire, there
aro nono hotter fed, better clothod, or bet
tor taught, and on behalf of that outer
cheers expansive New Hampshire, whose
limits extend from the equator to tho polo,
I claim adoption into its family of our
common ancettori. We do you no dis
credit, I hope no discredit to the sohools,
churches, intelligence, morality, and reli
gion of the inner Now Hampshire in
whatever sphere wo may be called to sorve
our country. I hope, and trust you will
not havo causo to be ashamed of us, and
that wo will do no discredit to tho beauti
ful land that gave us birth.
It Is now understood that Mr. Grocloy's
tour will tncludo a trip to Augusta,
Bangor, and Portland, Maine, whero ho
will be present at a meeting to bo addres
sed by Genoral Banks. Mr. Greeley visits
Rye Beach, N. N., on tho lCth Inst.
Our Homo Advertisers.
(JOMMIMMIOK AMD FOBWABDINU.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huccessor to E. B. Ilendrtca A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
ars Liberal Adrancemenlt made aSStaftf
SrVsV upon Consignment. EV
Are prepared to receire, store and lorward
freight to all points and buy and
tell on commiation,
yilutlnet. attended to promptly;
Z. V. MAT1IUS8.. E. C .UHL
MATHUSS & UHL,
Commissi on Merc hants
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
NO. 64 OHIO K.EVK.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Bucceiton toStratlon, IludaonA Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
W. M. Williams, Jab. Kinsley,
Late of Vicktburg.Miaa. Lata ol Cin'tl.J
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPECIAL It A1LKO AD, STEAMBOAT AND
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
65, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Succcaaort to John B. Phlllia,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
OHIO RIVER AND KANAWHA
Our Homo Advortisors.
70 Ohio Levee,
IN TWENTY YEARS,
THE SALE OF
HAS INCREASED 800 PER CENT.
8QLD I 3ST 1871
250,000 Are in Daily Usp
doing more work,
doing it better,
doing it quicker,
doing it cheaper,
doing it cleaner,
doing it easier
And with greater satisfaction and saving of
labor than any Stove in use.
SOLD 2IY EXCELSIOR MANU'rQ. COMPANY,
Wholesale Dealer in all kind of TINNERS'
STOCK ; aod by all live Store Dealer, like
C. W. HENDERSON,
189 Commercial. ATenue,
CAIRO, - - - ILL.
BEERWART. ORTH & CO.
136 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
fcr Window Screens,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
Scc, Ac, Ac.
CRADLES, &c, &c.
Alto manufacturers of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & Copper Ware
cole Agents tor tne ceienraiea
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric'b Moveable Point Steel Plow
G ray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
8CANTLIN A COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
RICHARDS PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted a aura cure tor smoking ahimni
On Eighth Street, between Commercial and Washi
ngton Arenues, is aauy receiring
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST BPRINQ AND BUMMER STYLES.
Besides a lull line of
BONITETB &c HATS
Trimmod and untrlmmed,
FRENCH FLOWERS. RIBBON3, TRIMMINGS
of all kinds. Laces, etc., etc.
Mra. Mcfiee has alau a large assortment o
Fancy Articles, such as
NECK TI"i, COLLARS. UNDERSLEEVE8,
RUFFS, SASHES, FANS,
And all other article usually lound in a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mr. Mcflte. in addition to her stock of Fancr
and Millinery Hoods, haa a fine and complete aa
aortment ot Cincinnati Cuatom Mail Ladlea
and Mttaet' Shoea and Children' Boots, Black
and In Colort. These are acknowledged to be
the finest and bett thoet in the market, and tills
s the only place In the city that make, them a
MRS. ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Streot, botweon Washington
ana uomraorciai Avenues,
Is receding dally new Inrolcet of
Of erfry description, and at Paict toScit thb
THE LATEST STYLES Or
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
LACES OF ALL KIND
DOLLY VARDEN GLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
Together with all th other artlolat kept In a
oa old altb ftry lowest figure.
'01' and tea htr.
So trouble to show
SIMMONS AND CLOUOH ORGAN COMPANY'S
ABINBT O IR,Q- A. IsT S
Grand Combination Organs
Kitted with the newly Inrented
Herltinar' Pateat qnnllrjrlaa; Tabsa,
An intention having a moat Important bearing on the
future reputation of Reed Inairtimenta, by mean ot
which the quantity of volume of tone It Terr largely
increaieu, and the qaalltyot tone reLdered,
Equal to tbat of the best Pipe Organs of the
Our ceivbrato.1 "Vox Celeste," "Loult Patent,
"Vol Humana," "Wilcox Patent" Octavo complete
The charming "Cello," or "Clarinet" ttopa, and
All the Late Improvements
can be obtained only in theae Organs.
. EVERY INSTRUMENT WARRANTED.
Manufactured at Nos. 15, 17 and 19 Miam Avenue,
ThirtyflTe different atrlea for the Parlor and the Church: New and elegant dealgnt ; The I
material and workmanship; quality and volume of tone unequaled.
Prices, $50 to $500.
AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY COUNTY
Address SIMMONS A CLOUGH ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
BEAX EMTATE AOENOT.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BETWEEN WASU'N AVENUE AND WALNUT
Dr. R. F. Fields Inform tne public that he hat
n the northweet side of Tenth street as named
Hi Stable will be furnished with none but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may ne accommodated at all hours
of th dav and night with sale teams on the LOW
Dr. Fielda aaks a ahae ot public patronage,
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealing ami
strict attention to buaineaa.
d i a li a I is
SUTTER & BIERWIRTH,
"08 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Stained, Enameled, Embossed and ground Glass
of every description.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CHURCH
" I rdira fnm till rula rf (he coun
mp Ivttterded o 6.31 dAw 3m
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
F, Di REXFORD, .... Proprietor
Cor. Ohio Levee & Second St.
tSTBaggagc conveyed to and from Dc
pot iree. Ucc-U tf.
H. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nuts,
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William H. Green, t
William II Gilbert, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Mile F. Gilbert, J
sVSpecia. attention given to Admiralty and
OrriCE OHIO LEVEE, ROOMS 7 AND 8 OYER
CITY NATIONAL BANK.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SECOND FLOOR) OHIO LEYE,
Bur and Ssll Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIELE
And repr Conveyance, of Kimlr!
MRS. M. SWANDER,
ha opened out an extenslvo stock ol
All ot which are entirely new and of the very
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMPRISES
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant aasortment of
LAOEB, FRINOES, KID GLOVES, HOSIERY
and all article uiually kept in a flrat-clu mil.
Mr. Bwander Invltet the publlo to call and la.
ipsol htr atoek, whiab the wiU tak plaur In
.bowing to old a well aa new oustotr ars.
a RO CXBIEB,
Oina Leysx Cairo, III.
oaotaa r-aosmv uliid
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o every description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTb
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished on ahorte st notice.
Commeroial-av, bot. 10th and Hth-sts.,
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
JOHN H. OBERLY CO.,
Bulletin Building, corner of 12th
street and Washington avenue,
All kinds of Binding and Ruling done at the
very loweat prices. Having engaged the aervi
ces of Mr. Uuels, who haa had many years
experience in one of best Binderies of St. Louis,
to superintend thla eatablishment, we can con
fidently promise our patron work equal to tba'
of any Binderv In the west.
WINES AND LltlOCHAt.
KIIOltaAIC AND RKTAII. DI1PIR IN
I WINES AND LIQUORS-1
And proprietor of new and tpendlil
No. Tr Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS,
Keep constantly on hand the choicest of
inci aim Liquor, which no win sen at tuo
very lowest Ugurcx. Cull and cxamlue.
F. M. STOOKFLETH,
SCCCttSOB TO rOHH SIOCirllTB
ReeUfyer and Wholesale Dealer Its
Forelan aad Domestic
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. G2 Oiiio Levee,
HE keeps on hand constantly a full atock o
Old Kentucky Bourbon, Rye and Mononga
lela Whlakiea, French Brandies, Holland Gin
Rhine and California Wine Un3U
Our Home Advertisers.
M " g S
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3 ) . s 5 3
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2 5 ft i
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$$fa( W 50
RETAIL AND PRESCRIPTION
Cor. Washington Av. and Eighth St.,
Where we will keep
A COMPLETE STOCK
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
SICK-ROOM AND NURSERT APPLIANCES, Ac,
Our Pure SPARKLING SODA WATER
GENUINE FRUIT SYRUPS
Can not be excelled . We also draw the
BLUE LICK WATERS
ANo, u choice lot of Cigar, ol extra qual
ity, noli! at reasonable prices. Our
Will receive especial attention nnit care.
bciiiK at all hours in cluirue of competent
ami careful parties. Prescriptions carefully
compounded ut all hours day or night.
NONE BUT THE PUREST AND BEST
MTSSVKM. TINWARE. ETC.
A. fl A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, keep constantly on hand a moat com
plate dock of
IOOTCH AND I&IIH WBIBKIEs
G I N 8,
fort, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba Wine
D BRYTH A 00. MlTsMluslvsly for eath, to
J. whioh fact tbsr lavits she sapaclal attsa
ilea ef oiot Uraaia btiyar.
Tin anil Hollow Ware, Clothe Wringer Toil
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