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rnortviovAL cards-physicians. .
II. MARFAN, M. I.,
.Hoiueonatliie Physician and Surgrm
aim 140 Commercial vnu. Itoaldnnce corner
Fonru-rnih St. aud NVtuliiugton avcnno, Cairo,
jQU. E. W. WMTLOCK,
Urnci-No. 146 Commercial Avcdiic, between
Eiithth and Muth Stroeu
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue,
NOTARY Pi: BMC.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
Ol"Kk'K:-Witb the Wldowa- and Oorpiiaua' Mu
uil Aid bocloty.
JlNEGAlt & LANSDEN,
oVTlCE-No. 1W Commercial Avenue.
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
on aud after Mondays June Hi. the boat wilhmiku
the following trip:
7:30 a. m.
:: a. m.
Il::s0 a. m.
9:S0 a. m.
8 a. in.
10 a. m.
3 p. tn.
10 a. m.
4 p. in.
Foot Fourth at
7 a. m.
'.) a. r.
U a. m.
:"0 p. m
") a. m.
3 p. m.
OR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH
Tin1 F.iMiiutSidewhcel PaMitoser Steamer
SSi CHAMPION &m
Leave Cairo every afternoon at S o'clock, fur
Fadnrah, Metropollx and wav hindlus.'. Kor
(rr.Hto or patellae apply to SOL. A. SII.YF.lt,
YKW ADVF.ItTISKMENTS-MI.S('i:M.AVKOt S.
YfWO DAIRY, .
7G OHIO LEVEE.
No uin or dim! hv meainire Itelnu' exposed to air.
Jli.'k delivered twice a day,
SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
Try. it and m-c for youravlvo.
yo PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
Cannon delivery of ticket.
v:aiuo. - n.i.ixoiri.
Q 1). WILLIAMSON,
7G Ohio Levee,
Boat Stores and Groceries,
Of all kind'.
Ol'KN NKJIIT AND DAY,
Kieh Dairy aud (lilt KUo Butter, Oyter and all
kiuua or irull wuen in aeuaou. on nauu anil dellv
e4 promptlv at realdvucvn free. Oyali r delivered
1K)TS AND SHOES.
- Made to Older
VKOM THE BEsT MATKItlAL ON MIOHT NO
YYOltK, MATERIAL AM) FIT GUAR
ANTKEM. If!!. paiiluK done with neaiuena and dejialcti.
Avenue, N. K Corner
Dealer in Frosh IStcat.
'wa 'NVMhlngtoii und Com'
led A v., ndlulnlng Ilunnyaj.
ha beat Beaf. Pork. Mutton. Veal.
o., and la prepare to larva
THE DAILY BULLETIR
KNTKUKD AT THK POST OKKK'E IN CAIHO, II.
LlN'OfS, AS 8KCOND-CLA8S MATTER. ' 1
OFFICIAL PAPER OP ALEXANDER COUNTY,
Only Mornlnsr Dally In Southern Illinois.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
See notico of Big Lunch iu "Binall ad"
Mr. Oberly was expected to arrive by
the 4 o'clock train this morning.
We have been told that ex-Mayor
Winter has taken a five year lease on
Saup's new business house.
In its suit ogainst the Illinois Central
before Squire Osbom, yesterday, the city
was defeated. The city took an appeal.
-The up-town property, sold by Messrs
liny, executors, etc., yesterday, brought
seven hundred and fifty dollars. Mr.
Ernest Pettit was the purchaser.
-Don't forget the meeting of the Reform
club, this evening. John Linegar, Esq., of
Mound City, and Mr. Wallace, of Du
Quoin, are posted for speeches.
-In the tour cases instituted by the city
against the Illinois Central railroad, Wed
nesday last, Squire Robinson rendered
judgment, yesterday morning, in favor of
A fine of i5 was assessed against the
Illinois Central Railroad company, in each
of the four cases determined betore Squire
Robinson. No appeal had been taken, up
to yesterday evening.
-Another saloon keeper will be put on
trial before Squire Robinson, tit 3 o'clock
this p. m., tor violating the so-called Sun
day whisky ordinance. The case will be
On Wednesday night, engineer Porter,
of the Illinois Central, then at Centralia,
took unto himself a wife. lie has the
hearty good wishes of his many Cairo
friends, with the congratulations of Tin:
One of the encouraging signs iu Cairo
is the advance in house rent, and the active
demaud for all kinds of residences and
business hows. There are but few
houses, of any kind, tor runt, and none
that arc eligibly situated.
A little three or four year o'd son of
Joe Becker, who lives on 'inth street,
received severe injuries yesterday by falling
j i kjiii i in; niLjia ui i us i unit i si updm mu. a v j
struck upon his face in such manner as to j
break out all of his front teeth. ' j
It cannot be said, with any degree of j
certainty that (ieneral Grant will include
iem 41tr i,f .i. Uiitl,,. a i.r,9iilii..i-i.. I '
Cairo in his route oi travels for no other I
purpose man to ontain a supply ci iw i
Faultless cigar from Korsmtyer; but it c&n .
be said, witji great positiveness, that he nor '
"any other man" ever smoked a U !t- r v- j
cent chrarin his life. (
Squire Comings moved his office, yes-
ti rday, from the Bross block to the new
Vincent blin k on the corner of Eighth and
Commercial. Squire Robinson being dom
iciled just across the street, Squire Comings'
removal makes matters very convenient for
that class of offenders that invariably re
move their cases from the court in which
the suit a are instituted.
-One Eva Blaylock having cused the
arrest of Slat Naughton for offensive lan
guage and disorderly conduct, Mr. Naugh
ton became resentful, and entered complaint
against Miss Blaylock for offending his ears
with :buse and profanity. Naughton's an
imus manifesting itself during the trial,
Squire Robinson sent the defendant forth
The carpenters, plasterers ami brick
layers of the city find constant employment.
A number of substantial new buildings are
going op, and repairs, alterations and im
provement seem to be the order of the day
in all parts of the city. The want of em
ployment is no longer a complaint with
any of our mechanics who honestly seek
Squire Summons, who is u enudidate
for county treasurer, has asked the editor
of the Argus to declare, 1st, (hat he has
not withdrawn, from the" canvass, and does
not intend to: Sndly, that all reports to the
effect that'he is not a Republican are false;
and ilrdly, that he believes, himself to be
the only consistent, straightforward Repub
lican in the field for that oflice. All he
asks, he says, is a fair show, nruj if he gets
it, he wil have no apprehensions concern
ing the result,
. If the proposed levy of r,() cents on the
f 100 of taxable property, for the purpose of
building a hlghwatcr turnpike road to the
highland, mid for improving the roads and
bridge of the county generally, shall be
authorised by the vote next Tuesday, the
work will be commenced next summer, and
by mid-winter the turnpike to Cache bridge
will be completed; and before the laps" of
three years our county will bo in a condi
tion to boust of the best system of wagon
roads In Southern Illinois.
The patrons of the Illinois Central
railroad, and i.'spei ially those who travel on
the dotithetn division, w'll leurn, with leel
ings of wiiccre regret, that passenger con
ductor Brewster, will terminate his connec
tion with the roud to-morrow. He bis. in
so far as the public can judge, been a most
faithful servant ot the coin puny, and thut
heliaa ever been most courteous and oblig
ing as ho manifested himself toward tho
traveling public, is the testimony of every-
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOKNINfl, OCTOBER
. body. . From every point along the southern
division ot the road, the company will be
very apt to hear expressions of regret over
the loss of Mr.- Brewster. Conductors, liRc
schoolmasters, should never be changed,
except for good cause.
The choir of tho M. E. church, 8
recently jeorganized, includes a
number of the best vocalists of tho city :
Mrs. W. P.. Wright, Mrs. P. W. Barclay
aud Miss Fanny Barcluy sustain the
soprano; Miss Hattio McKee, etc; George
8. Fisher, and N. W. Hacker, tenor; W.
F. JIcKec, Ed Jenkins and N. B. Thistle-
wood, bass. William Emery is tho organ
ist. Persons who now attend the M. E.
church with the expectation of hearing
first-class church music, will not come
A deck passenger from the steamer
Williams, wandered up town, yesterday
morning, and finding occasion to. take a
little exercis,cdivcsted himself of Ids coat
and vest, which hs left upon tho sidewalk.
A negro man happening along, about that
time, picked up the vest and rifled tho
pocket of thirteen dollars. Tho deck hand
detected tho negro in tho act, and made
chase; but the negro being fleet of foot, and
the decker a mere lumberer, the former
was soon out of sight, and the subsequent
search of the latter failed to reveal his
whereabouts. lie is out, therefore, just
Mr. Miles W. Parker, candidate for
county treasurer, is developing unexpected
strength, ami his Iriemls predict his elec
tion by a large majority. Everybody
knows that he if scrupulously honct : that
he is qualified for the office, and tii;it !eing
a poor niah, he needs the help tlie oflice
would bring to him. lie has no money
with which to conduct what is termed a
"vigorous canvass." and if he had the
money, the pay of the office is not large
enough to warrant any considerable ex
penditure, to secure it. His living depvnd
upon his close attention to his little busi
ness, and he cannot, therefore. jvnd the
... . r i
ne in seeing the voters of the co::stv,
.... . ," i
athewould.it diitereutlv i!uatM. take i
pleasure in doing.
Mat Naughton and Maurice F::7,.r
tild exchanged several ratic ivmp'.initr.:.
yesterday, and wen? brought U-fow Npire i
Robinson to receive the wa- ot tin-!: ,
deed. The Squire named v-vvc
the ca!a!ooe as tiie ba'.m the
nitv of the citr clamored for: but
i: .s t m f.
. . .
( "IVCH IVT iX liti 01111)'' '
t1(. ,"?rL.nd r u ere in: adr.ft :o ?:s
j.,v ati"hton ndi'v :- - i
portunity by siting a .Vus.? I:
a"d hurliug at tlie proprictr--; iU-
i tht or-
Tkd prowtik ' e wz"A CkLtfu-rurf--1
iubihj v.u -..,; .j lw
C4UV:s u. tiia. kt3 tl.lt tint Mj.
Nacgbtvs wen: rrtr. Hetrr s-jttisb rt-M-irtJ
t?s diTi f'.T'JIn'.r '!' r o't.'.1-.i'."t. ioj-5
John Fiilnt't ailotait fvr a j-Jals jir:.t,l '
wai thff; day. '
Tlie Cairo &ol Yja?u:.irv rovl U h ;
the hands of energetic, jd'rswake i:.ia-;
agers. and U d'-stiried to lAVtit (jiih of '..-.
"big-paying" railways of tl countr)'. la
a few weeks, now, it will perfect iu cnu
nedtion with Chicago, and offer to the north
and south tide of traflic and travel, i ch-ap,
exiieditiousand most jiopular route. Con
cerning the progress of the SbFrancbiw!!':
and Ixuisville link that is to perfect the
Chicago connection through the Padu;;(j
and Danville road, the Lawrenceville Herald
says, "the work is progressing rapidly and
satisfactorily. The large foice under con
tractor Byrnes have aljout completed t de
grading. They are now finishing up ot the
0.& M. depot, and the grade will by Sat
urday be ready for cross-ties, which are be
ing delivered as fust as a large force can
get them out. It is safe to say that before
the 20th of November trains will be run
ning over the road.''
On our route to and from the oflice is a
"little black dog," that, barnyl in his yard
by a picket fence, gives us to understand
y his barking and snapping, that if he
couiu oniy get inruiioii or over mat lenee,
t a t .a.
he'd sample both of our legs in a doen
places. Yesterday afternoon the dog was
barred outside. He saw us coming up the
street, ran towards us. and by all the
menus known to shrewd doghood, indicated
that it afforded him unfeigned delight to
meet us. The deceitful rascal, we at once
discovered, wanted us to ojien the gate for
him. Ho fondled our feet an instant, then
ran ahead and reared up against the gate.
We walked by, pretending that we didn't
"take the hint." He cogitated u moment,
dashed in front of us again, secured our at
tention, and then run to the second gate,
and repeated his former performances. ,Wo
let In in in; but the ungrateful rascal, with
n changed aspect and bearing, raised tho old
bark nt us, as much as to say : '-Lookce here,
my fine fellow, unless you let that gato
ahuie, you'll go homo limping," And still
we are told that animals have no reasoning
faculties ? ' This creature, remembering
that he had not been on very friendly terms
with us, first sought to conciliate us. Re
ceiving a kind word, he then inado known
his wants. Failing hi his first attempt to
use us as a gate opener, ho certainly argued
himself Into the notion that a second at
tempt might prove more successful, and ho
made it. And now, having accomplished
his aim, he bethought himself, perhaps,
thai he had done too much "belly-crawling"
for so small a favor, and he at once gave us
to understand that he desired un immediate
restoration of the tornier relations of entire
non-iutorcourw. If all this is within tho
scopo of "instinct," whero does iustiuct end
and reason find its commencement ?
"Independent as a wood sawyer" is an
expression that has gained proverbial dis
tinction; but not undeservedly. Every
wood sawyer one meets, acts and talks pre
cisely as if ho owns the only how and buck
in tho world, and that, sesrch as ymi may,
you'll never be nblo to find another wood
sawyer. Wo heard u gentleman relate,
yesterday evening, his afternoon's exper
ience. The first sawyer inquired how
much wood he had; if it was seasoned, how
far it was from tho wood house; if he'd bo
willing to pay a quarter extra for saw sharp
ening, L'tc,t atld concluded with tho remark
that he had as much wood contracted oh he
wanted to saw this winter. Trfe second,
lord of the saw buck wouldn't saw dry
hickory for afy man. The third man would
saw it, of course; and being informed that
the family was entirely out of f&vc wood,
coolly remarked ."well, if dat's so, I'll hurry
up and come iiext Tuesday" five days
thence. The fourth man asked the villain
ous price of a dollar and a half a cord. The
gentleman regarded the price as exorbit
ant, but told the darkey to come on and do
the work anyhow. "No, sah," rejoined the
exasperating fellow, "I never saws for no
body as demonstrates 'gainst my prices."
"In utter desperation," continued tho gen
tleman, "I went dowutowu, and contracted
for a coal stove, determined to do my part
toward starving the confounded wood-sawing
nuisances out of the city. If I lytd the
power to bring the whole tribe to the very
verge )f starvation, if I wouldn't exercise
The young man Pillow, who was raised
in the vicinity of Goose Island, has
(if all rejMiits be true) devel
oped into one of the worst desperadoes with
which the people of that, or any other por
tion of the county has ever had to deal.
Three or four years ago. and before this
young man wtt of ago, his luuther. iK-inn a
w idow, married a young man named Ice.
Toe x!, indignant at the. Dutch. Kcutvd
a shot guu and ran Ice oil the premise. At
a later Ua!c he shot a
VoUllg Ulan of the
neighlntrliool. and his broils and diSif.l I
tics since then, have boj.u of Uvtit
CUT-.f.Ce. On Tnursdav n.g.lt .a,t. there
a ba'.l in the viciuitv of the island, and
ytoVi wa one of the participants. Hc-ud
lrtja J;: nsglit ueoaucn. ne n pairca to n.o t i
...... .... i
hi iw of oi l Mr. links. Friday morning
iidd. drawing his revolver, optned fire uj-'U
::.e old msc and bis s.'ii. without wi:lr.g
ior a !r-,-h pr-.vocation or the aranj.' tuent
,-.f ar?T frv'.iniiaarl'.s. The old gcuf.t tun
t;.i"b. TaLi'.t- li.c- . a rx-iivsi balls ;
,rTi bt-K'if-. rir;:'.y ts-cg!
i,k-Ai, fitriuk trie st.iiit f-n.-.t is
ttir.ncti. -in i'lirec if tin
ieuv vy.'Xf. to jtertoruvi- tie
o;i;e.K!l i'ii:. ntiO vuu::ii'
boot, wii'.- t;n-v ev
i;i'.i'. l-g is
J-::.!.. '.'Vt UUbW.'fl Urn.. fti:-r..y i.
kbtult. P.ll'.'W K. O-iX I'-l Mi-v.r;.
Ui'4. likely, i.t txli' ieui.f:. riUi. r.a.e
kgo. t the t'.ory u'' IIi'-ks" di'-gdi'-r ru
if! whh Pillow, but bticg nj'oj.-od to
gr-at lisrdfhipii. the r '.t.:ro 4 to her
father. Piiiow rej-ut-d!y tri'-l to ob
Uio lv.-iidorj oj tiie glri kio' e 'In u : !e.t,
failing, he htVi d bin f ulur- to the in-flu'-nw
of the father and brotl.t r. T tiiit
fa.tis siscriU.-d the shooting M iap of Fri
day. It ii oniy fair to say. -rhrij'S. tint
this i the verviow '.f the affiir front tl,
llif 'm point ot vi..-w. I'IUow'k Mory we
have not h-rd, and as h" will have all !i
can do to keep out of the clutches of tin.
officers, we are not likely to h"ar it.
The committee, appointed by ti.e Jn--cutur
temperance convention to devise a
plan for the future guidance of tempi rai.'e
men, has committed an indiscretion that is
certain to scatter seed -of ii-rf.cti.n that
will tell upon the strength, and greatly im
pede the progress of the Reform movement.
Had the committee promulgated tlo sin
gle "planK," lot the "platform'' of the Re
formers, it would have proved broad enough
for every temperance man in the State to
stand upon, to-wit: "We declare the para
mount object of the Ibforin movement to
be to prevent, by all honorable means, the
manufacture, importation, sa!e aud u.-.e of
all intoxicants as a beverage, that we may
thereby relieve the people of tlie burden
resulting from the liquor traffic." Had the
committee given the quoted sentence, mid
there stopped, it w ould have done tho cause
a service. But it went farther, and added
planks concerning which there is a diver
sity of opinion. It very unnecessarily and
quite foolishly proclaimed iigain:;t
tho right of a State to secede from the
Union; endorsed the public school system,
which a large clement of our population
denounce as wrong in principle and a. op
pressive in its operation, h'uico it exact
pecuniary support from those who con
scientiously rcfuso to avail themselves of
its advantages proclaimed agaiiiBt the
distribution of public monies for sectarian
purposes; demanded a rigid enforce
ment of all laws respecting the rights of
communities and individuals, and
indulged in othct fulminationa en
tirely foreign to the aims and
objects of the the temperance- move
ment. While it is not to be denied that an
overwhelming majority ot the American
people heartily endorso every "article of
raltlt'' adopted by tho committee, thore ate,
nevertheless, tens of thousands of persons,
even In tlie State of Illinois, who do no
oudorse them, tid will Ims barred out of the
Reform movement on that account. And,
uow, slnco it is clear that such a platform
can liild nothing to the unity or strength of
tho movement; but will serve as a "bono of
contention" among those already enlisted;
will repel hundreds, who, otherwise, would
join the movement, the question is pertin
eut and natural, "why, in tho niimo of rea
son and common sense, was it promul
gated?" FRKSn OYSTERS
Received daily at 50 Ohio Levee. Served
at all hours, day and night. Families sup
plied Selects at 50 cents per can, mediums
at 40 cents. A.Y. DeBaux.
HO TUBS HV PXI'KKS.
This celebrated Creamery Butter for sale
at New York store by the tub mid pound.
Every pound guaranteed the best, or money
Small tubs for family use. Best Butter in
the world. C. O. PatiekiU o.
Oi.dti.mk PKichH at the barber shop of
J. CeorgeStcinhou.se, on Eighth street, near
Alexander County Bank. Oood barbers,
easy chairs, sharp razors, clean towels, etc.
Shave 10 cents, haircut 35 cents, shampoo
23 cents, and other work provisionally low
Remember the place.
A I.L ADVERTISEMENTS In thin column, of
iV live linen each or liva will he uublUhi-'l fori-,
tent everv tiiwreion: 1 montb. l.V;H mouth with
out ftaanue, $1.IX) per montb. Kucn addllioua;
lino. ,'i rem, situation wanted frei'.
HOUSE FOIt SALE.
Cot lace liiV;-.'. wnnd tiuOier. mv to tuo'.i
Want the lot acati-d, Eiiouire at Tit'r. i'.ri.irnv
III'. OVsTEK LUNCH.
At Spring' aaliion i former! v JtikeUi corner
Twelfth atr.i t iit Wa.hintou" avail--, Sat'ir.iil)
uhjht at o.rlm k
By a (en tie u. an a- tracker to litlMk t.r prleji
h"l. Ha a Iirt irrade rert'tit at.v aiei .,.!in
fed to trf.cii tin- Latin. Fr-mli atnl i. nnaii 'n
tua.'i-i. Aililiv." 'leaeher.' cte Fnak ll a'n
t atro. Ill
sTi'VEs FOIt SALE.
neitiiii; tue anil one larf cwnJrjj
iM luiiei'.i: to tt.i. n-.lil.ne purt ot Tu. Hi llmtix
baildinL'. are tor . ApniM!llir .rvni'r.
HE AlM.l ALTEIt- Kol! UN K A Ii 'II KV t.OODs
. rrow. Tavi t. sbootin i'.ove tr . at
! . ' ' '- DLlsO.N s, i finnnerci.ii aL.e for
K.t.v !-.; e:.k,ravtu.,. for ( .int.. it In-
j w-ii Ur mM :t;h tor f.o ... ea.-h.orti..- fourlwr
: - ;' Kr-T' atTi. Hi 1 1 ti h:i.d.-ry
t v e- in '. .ur !i-er .-f l!.-jl K!te in ( :ro
i-.uM i-:.ri- :'j.-v La- ? a u,,Md til!'.' I am i.ow
r. ; s- ! :.i !.. rt.-i j-i-i.k at ri-a.t .! -a-.-.
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j'rt!y worn, ha citable fcr (Hti-r.ir )-ro"!imnir
work. coLiM-iiuinf b:ei".". i.-r.f ;r:tnrr. ;u a tr-a
j prai-r. faraoa a .id !".'. e .-lil'-h 1-? and
- i r?.:- It.; a:d u--n v:ti,.,v; ..-e and
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Jn .!.-: . to Info-si t'i' of ( .i.ro au'l 1 jiaiiy
that -tie hi. u and kii'I r ' 111 '.). dlr.it
t.'otii i . :e Ki-ti-'u r'r, a .-r. ri- aa- iijaj;.i--"e
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1P.IMMF.HANI INTRIM.MKH HATS.
liu-i'-i - !: pii and o'oi.- ( to on d!!jr
per i:.ir 1 nri t. to el., ti. Jj r). anil f ill a'-!-
til' M of
All tii verv lai.'l d"in! . Prirpn a low ti io-
ilile uml t'lml. tnrkil in plain r.urec. Mill not
he nnderxold. ( a!) aud .-iniiltie, No t rouble to
chow jiin.ln Lodii-a who do nu "e vhnt tie ;
uat lll plia.;ali furl'.
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rpilE CITY NATIONAL BANk
W, P. HALLIDAY. Prealdent.
H. L. HALLIDAY, Vlee l'realden!.
J. U. SMITH, Actln t:m.hler.
aTAATSTATWK, W. t. KAU.rlT,
IIHNRV L. IIAU.IIIAT, R, H. etMNINIINAM,
, 0 wit.i.iA.oN, am en us a:ao,
Kxehanirp, Coin and United StdUs Bomlo
UOL'UUT AND SOU).
Dupoalta received aoj 1 fenr'. banking bnlriea
JEAT MARKET. .
Corner Vt'alilti)rt()a Avenue and E it? lit Street. ,
c'AIRO, : : . . ILLINOIS
A full and complete upply of tlie beH of all
kinda meat alwaya on band.
ALL SORTS, srZES AND KTVLfcJ,
A!o Manufacturer of aud Dialer In
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE.
r"At.I. KIHlJt Of JOB WORK HONK TO OROfP.waM
NO. 27, EIGHTH STREET,
MICHIGAN STOVE CO.
GtJ Lake St.. 9J Seneca St.
F.eoiioniy in Fuel. Dura
bility, and ( otiveniiice.
Completeness of design, and
Perf.n tuesj of ConstrtK li':t.
Simplicity of Mana?eniut. and
Onera! Working 9uliti-.
THK I;KSI AMI MOST KELIABI.K
STOVES WB a
. RANG Eu
In the market.
Time Tried ami fire Tete!I
AND F'HOVEsi A SI-ICES',
ALL GOODS FILLY WARRANTED.
For s:i!e by C. W. HENDERSON, Cair..
And by Firl Cla Oeaiera Even-.kere.
IMPKRi AL GRAM M.
H I'KIMOl! M TItlTION THE LIKE
The (V rout Medicinal Food.
lie Sal Mtor for lavnlida and the Aired. An In
1 itnpnratile Aliment forthetiroHtli and Protec
tion of Infant unit Children. A Superior
Nutritive In Continued Kevers. aurt a
li'-iiii'ilu Kiiiicdliil A if.-tit tn all Dl.eaiie of the
Stnmarli and liit.-tlin .
'I'lllS juotly euletirat.'d DirTKiic Piicpauatiox U,
a- In eontoitoii. principally the (iuTKN derived
from the Wimt Wintkii Flint W'iikat I kiirai.. a
olld extrart. the Invent Inn of an aminent Chemlai,
It li. not onlybeeu liliflily rm oiiiinended. but cer
titled to by a liirt'e mini tier of CliemlKtu and I'livni
eiano repreeiitliiK a very hlnh decree of medical
w leiiee-ux the Salcnt. Miml Aceeptable and It.ileit
hie Food for llielirow tli ninl Protection of Iiifunl
iiiidChllilren, and for Mother lucking Suttlcieo
NourUbmeut for their oUHprln;.
Uullke tbime preparation, made from animal or
vlnou mutl'T. lili b are liablo to ftlinulate t ii -brain
and Irritate tlie diu'etlvv organs, It cmbrac.M
Iu ll eli'inanliiry coillpoltlou -
1'lmt which muke Htronu Hone and Milncle. That
whb ll make uood Kirch iiud Itlood. Thut which I
euiv iif'lli,'etloi..iever roin-tlpatlliL'. Tiint which U
kind and friendly to the Drain, uml that which aetn
a preventive of thonu Intentlunl Dleordera Inclden
tul to Childhood.
Ami, while It would be dltllciilt toconcelvcof any
thing In Food or Desert more creamy aud deliclon.
or more noiirlh!nii and treni;theiiltii an an ail
ment In Kever. Piilmonnrv CouitilulntH, Dyatiepala
and lieiienil Debility, It Iaiik MemeiNAl. Kxcr.i,
Lknck iu all 1.stk!.tinai. Didkakkh, w peclally Iu
Dyo'iitrrv, riironlc l)f urtba-ti 11 ml Cholera Infiiti
tinii, ITa lieea I ucouteatnhly Proven.
Sold Whoh'Kulu and
TH ARM ACID'S
1M1ISCIPAL CITIES of the UNITED STATES. '
JOB NCAHI.K il SONH. NEW YORK.
E. C. FOUD,
Variety Bracket Store,
Commercial Ave mi Corner Ninth Street.
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