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THE WAZETTJ2: JTOHT WOKTH, TEXAS, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24.
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MdUtKl one liiiud rod
ttiHMy. And hoped
Tho Mad Waters Tearing Away
Banks Caving in and nouses Being
Roinovcd From Danger.
A Review of tho Lovco Work Being
' Dono arid Undone.
Montgomery'. Tho Etlorsice levee on
UieMMsilppJ, U two miks long mid
under contract to AfnJ. Hugh Carlisle,
"lore tho water is laculng three feet or
(iiMsinit over tho hank. This contract
lack 10,000 yards of being completed,
lillt 11 tl'tlllwirnrv Invnn 1 AIM) ( In
lung tli, anil with a narrow crown, will
ho IIiiIhIuhI in tho next three iliiva.
The main lovecVlll not ho lit forsor-' Home. iMsiiwim, speaker
ViOO hcfoVo thn Hlfh of MniV! '2Uf "upreMjmnmrs
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lahorcrH of all grades, with forty !ra-
Vickahurg, Mii., February '20.
From ViekBburg to Oreenvlllo during
tho prcHdit week thcro has been re-
ported an average rise of from 1 to 10
inches in every twenty-four hours. At
Hoveral placed on tho Mississippi and
Louisiana, and Arkansas shores the
river lias Hooded the ImnkH, and Jh
nrcfwing upon tho Kinall protection
icvccfl with an itiipctiiosity that leaves
hut little encouragenuMit tor their con
tinued wifely. At many points opora
tioiiH on tho main levees have heeit
abandoned, and tho full foice conccii
tiated In tho work of erecting protec
tion levees, which in many liiMtaiicert
kcciii to Ijo inadeciite to the emer
gency. At nearly every point on
cither Hide of tho liver irom Vlek
burg to Ureenville, and oven above,
tho water Im level with the bank.
I'iatitcrMulI tho way to (Jrcenvllle ex
nrcHS Ihemsc'lveM as very much dis
heartened with thoconditlon oftliingH
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i 111! llfl tit lit tlli If Itn tlfiiiiilKnitm tiThiii I "'1
Liiuiiiitiin4i.iliin jit ifi trimi iiiiwu iiiit
Tho Housr (.'(milliliter ltetmrt on tho
The following Is tho rcHirtof tho
houfocommitteoon public lands:
Austin, February M, 1!kS3.
tlllMton, speaker or the Mouse of
Your committee on I'ubllo T.nntls
and Lund Olllee, to whom was refer
red house hill No. 10, entitled "An net
eighteen ifayH Mr. Strange, of Kaunas . "TO" " " V.Th V ,n, i nl
Otty, who lias tho contract for the ' ?, 5 t
J. Untie levee, mivs lie lias liau miv''1 ,"""'' ". n hvuhui,
iKTHaml leaius to miucli, are working
Ilko TrojaiiH on this levee. In the last
devon workimr days, a nilsfortune
which he charges to exceedingly bad
weuuier. uerv me eiinrueiei m wie
soil Ih extremely favorable to the work
now in progress. Tlio planters in this
however, and have ah cady eommcueed
to prepare in every possible manner
for an overflow.
The llomochltta levee isseven miles
above EIlNtlo, and one mllo in length.
It is principally repair work, G. Meyer
.t Co. being the contractor. There
are engaged on this work fifty laborer,
thirty hcrapers, and thirty-five teams.
There are 10,000 yards vet to be com
pleted, which will be finished within
the next ten days with continued good
weather. The condition of the country
Is perfectly safe here, being at least
four feet oi clear bank theentire luuirtli
the IIoiiKRhitla. The .Loninsood
St.. .i..... .-., i.-.i.. i.. a . t... icvce. lour iiuics ttuovo iaico rrovi
Dlanlimr Heimon. Contractois In .. ' deuce, LouUiana, Is complcteil, and is
generality of the cures say there is no
special danger as yet, and Bcem confl
dent that with fix or eight days of
ood weather, Lho levees under their
supervision will bo well beyond rea
honublo fear of danger from anj lislng
river. At many jdaciH
Till: HANK IK HAIMDIiV CAVtM.,
and residences, Htoiclioiihes and other
buildings are being moved back a con
siderable distance from foimer loca
tions, llodles that. have lain in an old
g'avoyatd at Lake J'tovldenee for a
great many years are belngdislnterreil
and moved to another spot, about a
mllo from the caving bank, In one
or two places It Is almost impossible
to build protection levees, with any
security to thecountiy around, as all
the levees with which piotcotlvoones
are intended to connect niofasl cav
ing into the river. Your cot respond
ent has just returned fiom a round
trip. on tlieFj. W. Cole, goingas high
as (ueonvllle, and with the aid of the
ofllcors of that packet, by whom he
was enabled to meet the p'romlnent
lovco contractors and others, has suc
ceeded in obtaining much valuable
Infoiuiatlon concerning the levees and
general condition of matter and things
AtMlllken's IJend, La., the river is
level with the hank. The levee at
that place, which was under contiaet
by Captain Mitchell, Is three miles
long, commencing at Cabintcel and
running to HucUham. It Is now com
pleted, and Is one of the highest and
hesl levees on tho Louisiana side.
Htiokham, or Owea, Jjiu, as It Is most
generally known, Is threo miles above
Millken's Iteud. On this particular
pat t of work the eotitiaotors have ex
perienced n great deal of tioublo with
labor. Fiom I.r() they have de
manded all the way up to f.'t.oO. At
this point the river Is over Its banks
and standing against tin1 levee, but
good woik is being done on two gaps
that exist in tho lovco here, each being
no more than ITU) feet in width. Tho
contractor, Mr. Cm lisle, says hols now
in a position wheio lie can successfully
cope with the rising river. Tho sec
tion of high levee at Pecan (liovo, La.,
which Is llihty-elghl miles above this
city, Is entirely completed, lleio the
r.vr.N with Tim IIAN1C,
which Is uipldly caving. Geo. Foster,
who has been lesldlngimmedlately on
tho landing front, is moving his stoic
houyo, residence and other buildings
about a mile, to the new lovco.
Tho condition of things at Good
rich's is gloomy indeed, When the K.
W. Colo passed (hat place .Saturday
noon tho water was ltinning with ter
llblc force over tho banks. At Good
rich's, IHawaie and Kdgcwood, La.,
there was at least -,U00 lect of Incom
plete levoo at these different places,
and 1,000 foot from which the lislng
liver had to be fought oil'. Five hun
dred hands weie at work building pio
tcctlon lovcos. or ruii-aiounds. which
proved entlicly too weak to withstand
tho tremendous current against them.
One thousand Racks filled with earth
Wuro brought Into requisition to save
the protection and main levees to the
rear of Goodrich's and Kdgowood,
but notwithstanding all this, the levee
at Jldgowond, lllawaieatid Goodrich's
gave way Sunday atternoon. and wa
ter is now passing thiough these fiesh
bleaks In volume, varying fiom i to o
foot in depth. A portion of tho main
lovco at Kdgewood lias also given
way. Tho breaks at these points are
IfiO feet wide. Col. It. G. Houston, a
vontiactor for these levees, Is doing all
lu his power to wivo them. It would
take him at least two mouths to com
plete tho main levee under contract by
lihn, but How the present high water,
had weather and bicaUs In the pio
(ectlon levees will allect his fufuio
work, even he himself Is unable to
say. Tho water parsing thiough the
bleaks loforred to will empty into
llayou Macon and flood that entlio
section orcouutry immediately on tho
liver bank and for miles buck. At
places whoio the bionics alluded to
wero mudo many of tho dwellings and
stores were nearly half under water.
Ah tho Colo passed by early Monday
night cabins hi the neighborhood
were covevwl to (ho roof. Fifty ten
ants of those places in Unit immediate
sootlon took passugo by the Colo for
Vloksburg, having been, as;thoy said,
HON out jiy Tim ri.oou,
Alsatiaishist one mile about Good
rich's. Tlio lovco immediately to tho
rear of Alsatla Is completed, 'and tho
placogeneially is in good condition.
AlsaliacaiiHtand a few feet ilso yet.
At Arcadia, Miss., llfly-llvo miles
from Vloksburg, tlio lovco Is about two
miles long and lias several gaps In It.
A two-foot rise will put tlio river over
lho bank and against the levee, but
the contractors are confident that
tliciolsuo danger of overflowing at
1 hat point yet, and under tho circum
stances tjiey will bo able to keep In
advance of the rising liver. .Fully a
quarter of a mllo of levoo at Arcadia re
mains to bo completed. J'totoctlon
levees are now In course of construc
tion at Lake Providence, La. Tho
levee is in good condition and tho
bankhlfili,but caving rapidly at Judge :
one of the finest in Louisiana It was
under eontt.ict by John 1J. Head. The
Skipwitii K-ee, nine miles from Vlcks
burjr, bWM in an unfinished condi
tion, then Uiiigirom 10,000 to 12,000
yaids icinuining unbuilt. V. 15.
Strong, tin i intruder, believes that
. witli lair we.it hnr lie can complete his
contract, here in the next ten
dajs. J Jo lias eight-two men at work,
twenty (sciaptrs and tweniv-fotir
I team . The entire force is now" busy
itt work i lwmg u slough that er'-es
the main levee at this point. This
slough is nuurly up to hign water, but
the protection levee, two ket abosoi
high water is in courseof construction.
With this exception .Stiong iliiuKsj
his work safe and effective, lint at i
Kklpwlth.as at other dangerous olnts,
pliilitcis aio filled wlthvwion, o i?r-1
flow and peak dlsj .uaiiigly of the'
cllbil that is being made to save them. I
Another gteat obsttuction of work)
at tills point Is tlio scarcity of labor. ,
Workmen aro afraid of theoveillow, I
which, tuey ieiieve,wi!l prevent them
from receiving pay for thoir wotk.
Tho Canton and Memphis and
Vlcksbmg Huilrond aio monopo
lizing n gicat deal of tho lovco labor.
it s 7)i:i:n"si'hi'i:nim:i)
at Wilson's Point on account of the
stagoof the water, and also at Delta,
La. AtGleuora, Miss., a protection
lovco has been built, but the waler is
over tho bank and eight inches over
the protection lovco. There aio two
gaps In the main levee, making in all
about a ouai tcr of a mile to be repaired.
Tlio entire lovco Is Unco mile1? In
length, upon which there is lS'A) men
at woik. Tho Lougwood levy ex
tends all tho way to Glcuoia, Miss.
It is in fair condition. The inula lcee
has been abandoned, and over 100 men
ureal work on the protection levee of
about 15,000 feet in length. The peo
ple have commented to feel at this
place as though an overflow was not
far distant. Wilson Landing, about
tin eo miles above Goodrich's, is
still high and dry. The bleaks in
Ashtou Levee, on tho dividing lino
between Louslana and Aikansaw, still
remain, no contiaels having been let
thus far In their icpairs. These hieaks
aio loft remaining on account of their
gie.it depth and width. Tho water
being over tho bank at ANalla La., all
fielght for that point Is now oideied to
be putolVat Nowollton'.s Landing.
At Stella, Aik tho liver is level
with tho bank, and tho lovees, which
extend from Gleuoia down, aio in a
very eiitical condition. At Giaud
Lake, Ark., the water Is faiilyupto
the bank. An immense platform Is
being built at that place to receive
fielghts for boats to laud In case of an
oveillow. in soveial places hole wa
ter is running over tho banks In the I
At Carolina, Miss., Col. Ed. ltlch-
aulson's big win ehouso Is caving into)
the river. At Pitohei's I'olnl, fifteen
miles above Lake Providence, waic-i
houses aio being moved back from
ui'i river imuu, wiucn is caving in
rapidly. At Foul's Island or Lake
Point, twenty miles buiow Greenville,
the bank can stand a loot and a half
moio bcfoia pisHing over tho pro
tecting levee. The liver below Is go
ing back of JIarwood's Island, and
the negroes In the vlolnltyaieniikim
VHAM10N Tin. to IIOMI-S.
At Luke llollvor, twenty
above Greenville, the levoo Is
nletod. Major Jloliu. of the
boaid, was at Leotn Monday stlulng
up eontiaciors at tiiai pinee. nunituy
ho wasat SMpwith's, and for the pust
week tlio Major has been niaklii! a
geneial Inspection of tho lovees In lids
district. It Is generally believed that
leeont estimates of work done will bo
pigeon-holed and pay refused, as it Is
said tho work performed .has
boon tti vol ably iccoininciided by tho
High hanks are Mill found at lUuus
wlok and Chotard, Mississippi, and
Duck Port, Providence and WINon's
Point, lamUl'inu, Hayes' Landlngand
lieu LOitioml, In Mississippi, are pro
tected with lovees.
Kilo and leiu-e of the university, pub
lic- ireo scuooi ami asyium lands or
tho statu of Texas, and to provide for
tho protection and sale of tho timber
growing thorcon, and to reserve and to
protect the mines and minerals thereon."
Also, house bill No. .1,1, "To create a
bureau of public free school, asylum
! and university lands."
j Also, house bill Xo. OS, "To provide
, for tho formation of a board of apprais
ers and agents to tell the public school
lands of the state of Texas; and fur-
thcr, to provide for the manner and
. terms upon which taid public hchool
1 lands shall bo disposed of."
tio, notice inn so. 17K. "To mo-
vide for the sale of tho alternate sec
tions or land In organized and unor
ganized counties, surveved by rail
road companies and other works of in
ternal improvement, and t-et apait
for tile bonellt of the common school
fund, to provide for the investment
of the proceeds, and to repeal all laws
in conflict herewith."
Also, house bill No. 21S "To
provide for the sale of all lands
set apart for the benefit of
the comaion school fund, to provide
for the investment of tho proceeds of
the same, and to make- an nppropiia
lion for carrying into effect tlio pro
visions of this bill, and to repeal all
laws in conflict herewith."
Also, house hill No. .lis, "To provide
for tho disposition of the lands hclong
ing to the public free school fund."
Also, house bill No. 1015, "Kogula
ting tho sale and leasing of the unap
propriated common school, asylum
and university lands."
Havo had the above bills under con
sideration for some time, and although
laboring earnestly to come to &01110 de
termination on one or moiu of said
bills, beg leave to icport that, in view
ot tlio ditlerciices of opinion, havo not
been able to do so. We beg to report
fui f her, that we believe, taking into
consideration part of the committee
being in favor of sales exclusively,
others leases exclusively, and ,othors
sales and leases jointly, and that in
consequence of such dill'crences of
opinion no .single bill now
before tho committee can re
ceive a favorable icport; the commit
tee, thciofoie, most respectfully re
quest that wo bo allowed to rcpoitall
of said bills back to tho house, with
the iccoiiiniondatiou that said bills be
considered by tho house lib in commit
tee of the whole, and that snld bills be
made the special order for next Mon
day, the twenty-seventh day of Feb
ruary. Wo further icpoit, that the
committee, even if agiceiiigon sale, or
lease, or leases and sale, can not agree
upon terms of sale or terms of leasio, as
to pi ice or quantity.
All of which Is respectfully sub
mitted. Wuu.HACit, Chairman.
A Dull Scu-iiii "Itlno .liiiis" Wlllliun's
Itrolliel ii r.iliuillv riTNimiil.
.Jaclwboro, February 121. .Tacksboio
Is now undei-goiug tlio dull season
andtiadois consequently dull. The
merchants, however, aro In good
spiiits and anticipate a lively tiaillc
when the winter season is over.
J. C. JJrown tlio lively general
merchant Is holding his own and is
eangulno ot good times In thoawcet by
Hon. James Jt. Robinson, of the
Hi in of UobliiMHi & West, and dur
icpresciuaiivo In the present leglslu
I luiowasat home yostoiday, and lett
j this morning for Austin. Capt. West
lu his absence docs the woik of a half
I doen men and is transacting a large
law and ical estate business.
1 Thomas W. Williaiiis.au old rnJ.lniii.
of Jack county, and u brother of the
late Governor "Jlluu Jeans" Williams,
oflndiaua.lsnow confined in the coiiit
hou-oas a lunatic and lequires con
stant and watchful care topiovont him
from doing bodily Injury. Ho is 7:2
years of ago, and has been a magis
tiate in tho county for many years,
besides occupying other impoitant
pusHiuus. nio people oi tnc countv
who have known him so long and we'l
deeply sylilpathi.o with him, who
until unite iccciitly. had always been
ono ot the bilghtest lu Intellect; but
now utifoi Innately a demon In
human form. '
I J.N.lrodgors and his twoacconi
i nlishcd daughters aro getting up a
i tli-ftt-class countiy newspaper, lho
Ituml Citizen, and r flint them busy
j as bees in tho noble "art preservative '
i Tho weather at this time Is not fa-
orablc for fair, butpionilscsagonulno
l blWuid within a few hours, which to
lone poor pilgilm, In behalf of the
uoti wending his way north wcsterl v. will
prove a bitter pill. Lofium..
The Way tlio Cat .lamps.
'l'iio young women of DoyloMown
seem to bo In dcspoiato stralfs for
something new. Tho latest invention
is an amateur quilting bee, which the
young moil aro peimltted to attend lu
the capacity of assistants. When tho
quilt Is finished a cat is placed u(on it
hv a voumr man and tossed u. and
down by tw elvo young w omen. When same
Following Is a substltuto offon-il l.v
i Mr. Foster of Gniyson, to the bcliool
' resolution. Jt was mled out but will
probably bo introduced nsui indopend-
! out amendment to the constitution:
Jifiitrctoloml bn the ,tfiitlaturr, or'
In. vl.lt nf '!,. (1.... . II ., - '
n miiv wj ji-.ihi, iiiui. swiiun a oi ar
ticle 7 of tho constitution of tho state
ho f-o amended as to read as follows.'tn
Suction 8. There shall bo a aunpr
ititeudont of public education, to bo
elected by the qualified voteis of tho
state, at the same time, and under tho
law regulating tho election of
uiocaigcis iirenoi mis bou ot tiling owior biaio ouieory, who shall receive
u leaps upon iiiuMiiiuiiieroioueoiiiio lor his services sucti annual salary
yung wonieii and escapes. If too cat payable out of tho available school
cannot bo caught within threo m nutes . fund, as may bo fixed by law, and ho
by tho other young women, asslsd by j together with tho governor and comni
eleven young men, tlio llrst young wo- trailer shall constitute tho state board
man Is proclaimed queen of the quilt-1 of education, under wiio.se dhoetloii
lug bee. With several lnodlllmtlana ! said fund shall bo distributed to tho
and improvements tills game nuv be- J teveral eountiivs. And said biwrd and
come as useful as "Coiienhagen." the hiiporlnteiidont of public education
needles oyo,-' or ojiiuuuan'aimil." slnill, s-evenilly, havo such sunurvislnn
Mr. James Heal. Jfmesboro, Texas,
sayn: "llrown's lion llltlora liehwl
mo greatly in nervougnesw." 12-21-lw
of, and perform fiuoli duties concerning
public bchooh, and for tliu promotion
in iiiiMHw eoueaiiun as may do prc-l
avuouo up idv. .vim inu leglSiatUlO
may provide by law for the oiganisii
tlon of separate dislrlchiln tho soveial
counties, and may authorise tlie levy
and collection of a tax, not to exceed
fifteen cents in any ono year on the
one hundred dollars valuation, upon
tho property in such district, for tlio
support of public fico ichools therein;
provided, that two-thirds of tlio tax
paying qualified electors of such dis
trict, voting at an election held for that
purpose, shall vote such tax.
.Mr. Brown of Johnson has gained
tho sobriquet of tho "llesolutor of
the house." Following Is his latest:
Wiiiuti: s,The sixty days of lho ses
sion of the eighteenth legislature is
far advanced, and important measures
aro before u. and It Is deemed advisa
ble that we should devote all our time
allowed us in formulating properly,
and passing such laws as will benetlt
the people; and.
Wiu:ui:ah, This cannot well bo done
in censure and charges from one mem
ber against anotlici. or one faction
against another, and in usclcssJiud un
prolltablc discussions on subjects not
admissible under the rulcsof the house;
Jtcsotvcd, that it is tho sense of the
house of representatives that members
niti differ in opinion, and voteaillrm
ativcly or negatively on questions, and
bo equally honest and sincere in their
purposes, and that each man is lcspon-
sioie to uoci, to ids country and to his
people for his course in the leglsla
tuie, for his act, and until arraigned
before souio tribunal of competent ju
risdiction i public opinion outside 'or
any legislature Is hereby excepted),
he is entitled to the bonelft of aieason
able doubt as to any guilty Intent.
Jtnmtvcd, that when any subject lias
been thoroughly discussed, and auv
gentleman thereafter obtains tho floor
and begins a speech, that he should
cat his oyo over the house, and when
ho sees no one is paying any attention
to him, that ho stop shoit as soon as
he can find a well rounded pcilod, and
if he is at a los for a suitable period,
woiccommcnd the following as suita
ble, from Henry:
"Give me liberty or give mo death."
In lelatlou to Senator .Davis' resolu
tion;secking to annul the contract to
ciect a new tatc-houe. It is under
stood the contractors will lcllnquish it
on payment to them of tho amount of
their bond mid for work done, amount
ing in all to a quarter of a million dol
lars rnprolcctcd Hollies.
More than ISO bodies have been
stolen this winter from the cemeteries
of Montreal and sent to the medical
colleges lu the United States. Ameri
can grave-lobbeis ought to apply to
Mr. Jvelley for protection against
cheap foreign eoipscs.
.Sonic Day Perhaps
oinc lime probably President Ar
thur may have his attention drawn to
tho fact that Fiank Hat(on is not the
kind of a man to have in high places
under a lefoiin adnilnistiation. Per
haps, however, this is not a reform ad-iniuislialloii.
W. F. LAKM
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The Shorn Jiinnbs.
To thoso lambs who havo recently
bought Louisville and Nashville upon
promisors of insldcis that it would go
very high, we would say that they
would do well to hunt up their advis
eis about the 1st ofMuich and make
Im thcr Inquiries.
Seven Ohio cditoin, as we learn from
the lJott Post an- tiidnnr from the
sheiill. The panacea for this sort of
thing is consolidation. lint none of
them appeals to havo (he courage to
eiawiout from underneath the barn
long enoiiKh to make a signal for nejo
tlatlous to the other six.
General Commission Merchants in
Cotton. Wool. Hides
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OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE:
Houston and Main Sts., Between 13th and I4th
HF-oirt "Wortli, Texald
for liiillmi N'nilon rvini. ..w. .,uu iw ,uo juniiBuca ouHlipucBUon.-vij
A great many people arc asking
what particular troubles Brown's
IronBitteks is good for.
It will cure Heart Disease, Paral
ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Con
sumption, Dyspepsia, Uheumatism,
Neuralgia, and all similar diseases.
Its wonderful curathe power is
simply because it purifies and en
riches the blood, thus beginning at
the foundation, and by building up
the s)stcm, drics out all disease.
A Lady Cured of Rheumatism.
llalllmore, MJ , Mar 7, 18S0.
M' heallli was much shattered bv
K letiiruosm when 1 commenced
lakliiR llrcmns Iron Uiticn.and I
jcarcelj- had strength enough to at.
tend to my duly hoiuehold duties.
1 am now using hc third butleaml I
am reKilnlng strength dady, and I
cheerfully recommend it to all.
I cannot siy to much in praise
of It. Mrs. JIUuv C. Urashcak.
ftTew House II STew Fimiiture!
Within a Few Steps of the Union Depot,
0AIT. hOULE, Clerk, f. II. AL1MHDGE, Proprietor.
lom tlm Union nPtint. RtrcntVnrn riflH"i Uindnnr
T. W. POWELL
WHOLESALE AND HETATL DEALER IN '
Drugs, Medicines, Paiftil
OILS, DYE STUFFS, WINDOW GLASS, ETC.,
NO. 10 HOUSTON STREirr.
Kidney Disease Cured,
c .r ChrUlIanbunff, Va,, iS3r.
Siuirerlnc from kidney dutase.
from vhlch could ecl i.o relief, 1
tried Brown Iron llittcn, wlnth
cured me cormdclel). A chdd of
nine, recovering from scarlet fever,
had no petite and did not seen 10
U able to eat at all. I cal e him Iron
Bitters with ihehapflest results.
Vine St.,llarriburg, Pi.
,, . Dec. , i83r.
After trjlmj different physicians
8?dvmTny maU for palkutlon
of lh? heart without receiving Zy
Iron llmerv 1 1 hae used two hot.
ties and ner found onyihlns that
a e ma su much relieC
Mrs. Jlkms Hess.
Tor the peculiar troubles to v hich
ladies are subjctfl, Brow's Iron
Bitters is Im-aluablc. Tr)- it.
Be sure and get tho Genuine.
Merchants Exchange Restaur
John Hoffmann, Prop'r.
Houston Street, Next to DPnbHc Sqam
FJuest rrench cooks nlw nys omploj ed. Meals ut till hours, day or ntW. j
BEST BILV3SDS WDfES. LTOTT01?S AMI C0
SALOON IM BUBLDINC.
HENRY & SANDIDGJ
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.11 HlMiiiiwin mBIIMtKJ
Agricultural Implements, Iron, Wagon and Plow '
Browne Sulkey, Buford, Brlnley and Other Plows.
BARBED AMD PLAIN WIN
Blacksmith and Carporitor Tools a Specialty.
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