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gKlPAY, JON K 12,187.
JOHN a. OBEJlfcY' Wltor and FinJllsher
VAlf .KU!tT-r'' 1 I
TJKMfl,ftTf JUAiLYilUIJiKtmi I
One week, ty carrier. .. ' M
O-M yuar by oorrlor, In advance. ... . 10 00
One year by carrier If cot paid lti
UdTmriceiff.;. , J ..; i2 00
Ononionth,byinall, , 100
rhroernonthi..,.., t 390
BlxfihOo.w'.f.'. i 6S
Ono'yr J 10eo
T 'BUS bT'WKlCKLT BULLETIN.
One Yiir i $1 00
Six Mot Ilia...., i 76
Three Months GO
Invaritbly In advance.
Krniilnsj mn'llor on v-rjr nKi.
A grand celebration of St. John's
day, 21th inet., al 1'adueah is proposed,
and extenjivo preparations'' for It arc
A .storm passed through Tampico
IUluuiB. a few days ago, und tho placo
that knew it will know it no more for
qvor Tampico4ia nolin. IU""
It 10 norrJioro.
The Now York 'Times' boliovfs that
Gcnoral Grant is tho most popular man
in the country. "If democrats doubt
this' pajB tho 'Times,' "perhaps they
will namo a man on their eide of tho
house who would stand tho Blight
oit chance today againat .Gen.
Mil. Trt.main, of New York, ,has
hurled back 'upon tho champions 6f war
pVemfum claims the assertion that tho
committee of which ho is a moniben
has been cheated into admitting, into.
a bill a provision providing for niutual.
insuranco companies, and ho feels .much
The death of JSugone L. Gross, is
announced. Ho died at Springfield on
tho 4th iust.. Tho deceased wbh tho
well-known law-pompljer and Iaw-b6ok
publisher. For a number of years ho
has been tho victim of lung disease,
and his; death hn9 been, autlcipatcd
many months. Ho was universally re
spected. Tho Springfield 'Journal' is tho only
republican paper in tho state that is
manifesting any disposition to break
with tho president on tho financial
nostiori and wo,aro.of,tho opinion it
"will tiacoinVtfr'cd boforc many weeks
have gono by and coaso to sing
aoDf . of Logan and Ogldsby
thegor5rn6r ot tiouth Carolina, for lar
ceny, has boo- 4uaBnci1- Tho JudK
docided that tho action as charged in
the indiotmcnt. was an offioi"! action,
ad, if Was a oric, it was commitlel
bj him s governor. Moses, tho govor
nor is a thiVJ but iloses Jtho private
oitizon, is an Honest man. This is ouo
of the,rcfinomonts of tho law.
Alii. a. W. Vox, lato surveyor of
customs for the port of St. Louis, in
2j!fe!yug bjs Office, wrqlo a letter to
, bo presideut telling him how well iMr.
Jor.ll?aei ftY-dMf.MVf b ur
veyor tnd how important tho office is.
Iwo millions of doMars of customB du
ties aro now nanualy collected at the
port of fit. Louis, "at a smaller per
centage of cost," saya .Sir. For, "than
is tbo revenue from customs at any
other port of the Unitod States." One
hundred and so'vcnty.one Bteam vosscls,
and one hundrod and sixty-nino barges
are enrolled at S.. Lfluia, tho document
ing and inspecting of nud collection of
duos from'whioh, is in Mr. Fox's opm
ion very laborioasi The president re
plying, assuros Mr. Fox that the gov
ernmout officials aroall satisliod with tho
manner in which he has filled his ofiico,
and adds) "Your lelior ofcslgnation
oontaina ao muoh information on tho
subject .of the. duties of tho offico that I
will forward a' copy' of it to your
suceseor whon appointed and con
firmed," I '
IKegular Meeting of the City Couucll.
CociLOnAMDiR, Cairo. Ilw .1
-Lreieat-UU honor Jlayor Wood, and
Aldermen llalliday, Matbuss, McBwen,
MfUauley, MorrU.'NelU,, HftUp yfM
a4 'Wrlght-9. -On
motion ot Alderman Baur. tbn ,nin.
proved without reading.'
... . . QMHB0t.
An ordWco enlttua "an ordinance to
construct and reeonitruct cemn iia0.
walk! In the city of Cairo," wai read by
mo chits. .,ua timo. Alderman Me--'Ul9ft?.,f7rnov
to end ald ordinance
by striking out the word ''flftv' in the
iru nne iroru, no Dottom or lection J
and iaiertlng therein tho wordi ''soventy
ayo.!WAUStai "eirrled. The ordl
nanoe, ai amended, wai thoreupon adoptod
ly the following vole t Ayei Uallldayi
ii. y. Olake. citv treaiurr.
wai referred back to elm to h tb
ttt niiio . . "Jt r
same prop'erly' aUied tov Keportq'fM.
0. Cox, olty comptroller, on amounts of
excesses and dellolti In the approprlatlosi
for tho Wit year, and alto osttmates of
amounts to bo appropriated to ho(dlffor
ont fundi for Owctirront iscaljear, were
on motion of ,Aj3ornUn Ualllday reforrod
to tbo flnnnfo 'committee: '
Tliocotnmlttco on claims reported back
tbo following billi with (bo recommenda
tion that tboy bo Allowed. On motion of
Alderman JIcQnuloy tho recommonda
lion of tbocommltteo wos concurred In,
and tald bills allowed at follow! :
Cairo company forgo r .
con iu in ol In ttroot lamps In
. May, In full of bill for 318 60 308 00
Cairo 0 tv Oai company for;cai, i J i
c6numod in council charabo'rj I
from Maroli lit to Juno let...- ? 14''l70
Cairo City Uaa company cat
consumed at city jail from
March let to Juno lit
Cairo City Gae company for gas
consumed,, at, Arb em;lno
hduse from March lit to June
lCa(ro.Ci(y dit company for gas
coniumod fttvUclta City en
cinq Iioujo' from March to
June lit ,
L'alrb Oily Obi company for"g
consilmod at lllbormen 'on-
plno bpuio lrom March lit to
WtmQutnn 20 dayi work on
Peter Uonlan 12 dayi work on
Peter Conlan 14 dayi work on
, work on ildowalki
Thomai Kltzeerald 14 dayi
'Work on dralnago
M. K. l'owon 1) days cleaning
ittools, &c, and hauling tide
walk.lam.ber Jbs. Kennedy hauling C loads
lumbor. ... .
S. S. Uartlott J dayi work on
11. Bcolt dayi work on drain
Jno. Marnell 10 dayi work on
Dan'l. Foloy 11 dayi work on
dralnago 22 00
Jno. Casey 11 dayi work on
drlna?e 23 00
Jno. O'-Uonnm i aayi worn on
Dan'l. .McCarthy 21 dayi in
chargaof chain gang 42 00
Thomas' Alehan Hauling z loaai
Cairo City Oai company for gai
conaumed nt Rough and
Keady ongino houie from
Marco lat to Juno lit
Jno. 11. Oberly for publishing
ordinances council proceed-
v ingiotc 15 5
&. 11. uunniognam rem oi coun
cil chamber ior May
Yard & Koberti for ten window
ahadca in couxcil chamber
Dan'l McCarthy dloling prison
crs in jail 116 daye
Dan'l. McCarthy for extr meals
C. W. lVhoeler fc Co., 4 days
work on streets with carl 12 00
Stratton & Bird white-wash
brushes and brooms 3 05
llalliday Bros., 0 selected cedar
posta for park -
B. F. Blake asalgnoo 500 envo
lopes M. Sheldon and assistant, scrub
bine council chamber
J. P. Holy, survey and plat of
extension of "Washington av
enue M. DuK&n, for removing dead
cow outiido leveo. &e
O: tyy, "Wblllock and Sod, two
.iinr4tni?k,Kil;"'ijiiuiiulj um CO
sheep outsido levoo CO
J. 11. Cundlngbam, hauling a
drutikon roan to iall CO
M. B. l'owora. bauline a drunk
en man to iall 50
Tlios. Learv. haulinc a drunken
I. Waldor. haulini: n drunken
man to UU CO
T. Walder. haulinL' a drunken
man to jail 50
Tho nmo committee reported back the
bill of J- it. Cunningham, for hauling 0
paitongeri to court house and back, In
l'ark'i case, amounting to $ii,00, recom
mending that tho samo bo not allowed'
On motion of Alderman llalliday the rec-
commendation of tho comnilttoo was con
curred in. Tho following bills were re
ferred back by tho committee on claims
recotnmendltifc that Uio samo bo allowed
at tho ralo of 3,00 per day, viz :
31. K. 1'owors, forSJ days work, spread-,
ing limo with carl at $3,00 por day f 12 26
M. Driscoll for 3 days work
with cart on strecli $3,50 per day IV,25.
The chair staled that as chairman of
the board of health bo had Instructed the
superintendent of itreets to employ said
carts and that tboy could not be had for
Alderman Wright moved t.j allow said
bills in full. Carried. Ayes 3, Nays
Bill, of K. Vincent for limo par ordor of
board of health', for lanltnry pjrpoiei,
amounting to 13,20 cash, wai read. The
chair itatod that there wai a balance In
tho board of health fund sufficient to pav
laid bill, whereupon Aldorman "Wright
movod to allow laid bill In cash. Carried.
Ayos 0, Nayi 0.
ernKET couyiTTcr nEPonT.
The cornmlttoo on streets to whom was
roforred thu petition of "Wm. II. Stover
and others, for a ildiwalk
on north ill of KL-htoonlh itioot
between "Wain it nd Cudar, recommend
ed that no ar-1 n , i.olton thereon unless
there should W p. tillon from a miiorltv
ot the owner of proporty fronting the
improvement ak(,d for. Alderman "Wal
dor movod to concur In said recoramond
Tho commltteq on streets, to whom was
referred the resolution by: Alderman Mor-
rn, in roiauon to an examination of the
toaus m mo oUy connectlnK with tho
county rood, and estimates of the cost of
ine same, reported that they bad exam
u coauiiion or ttie roadi raforred to
and recommonded that no Immediate
uu uono meroon, except a lufflci.nt
umng on tuolmlda approach to tbe lov
to mako It p&iiablo for teauis,
On motion of Alderman McOaaUy tho
report was reooived and the reoommonda
tlon of tho committee concurred In.
The laino commlltoe prosonted a com
munication ,from tho itroet luperlntendent
itallug that thuro was requirod for the
use of the city ten kegi of spikei. On
motion of Alderman "Wright said oomrau
nieatlon wai referred to tho city comp
troller with Inotruetlons to purchaio.
llirOKT or COWUITTKH Ohf r.HK BKl'AKT
UlCKT. The committee on fire department to
whom was reforrod tho polltlon of P.
MocklciC referred the same back with the
roccomtnendatlon that tho prayer ofpotl
Honor be'grinjcd, if conslttont with the.
ordlnanco. "Aldorman "W'aldor movod lo
concur In laid recommendations- lost by
tho following vote; Ayes, ,1 2ooi, 0, Al
dorman Morris movod to refer back to
tho committee on flro department tq re
port it consistent with tho' ordinance.!
RKTORT or COMM1TTZK ON 1'Ot.lCIC AND
Tho cotnmlttoo on police ai.d Jail to
when v r. f frej tho petition of .t. It.
Cum ! ijiMifii in-relation torefutfding to
him ctrtuin flnoi, reported tho eaino back
with" the recommondallon thatJtho peti
tion bo not grantod. Un motion of Alder
man Ilalllduy tbo recommenJatlon ot tho
commltteo waa concurred In.
1'etition of James llan rctiuottliig that
ho bo allowed to oporoln. street sprink
ler 'during the summer months freo of
license, was on motion of Alderman llal
liday, granted. 1'otltlon of Ji. and W.
Buder and othori praying tho council not
to pais that soction of tho ildowalk ordl
nanco requiring a ten foot brick sldowulk
on tho north eido of Klghlh itroet between
"Wellington avonue and Walnut elrcot to
bo built, wai on motion' of Alderman
Aldorman Nellls offorodvtbo following
resolution which wai on motion of Alder
man "Wright adopted, viz:
Resolved, That tho ordlnanco com
snlltoo bo, and tbey hereby aro, In
struclod to bavo lection 33 of tho ordi
nance No. 1, amended to as to conform
to lection 3 of artlclo 0, of tho general
riNANCR coMmrrcK iiEronT.
Iteport of flnanco committee of amount!
nocetsary to bo appropriated to defray
the expenses ot tho city for tho llscal jcar
ending May 1, 1875.
1. Tho eum of f 0,723 iO to pay tho in
terest on sundry bonds of the city.
2. The sum of (9,840, to pay tho in
terest on bonds of the city Issued to Fox,
Howard & Co.
8. The sum of $12,030 to par salaries
of various city otQceri inoludfng polico
4. Tho mm of $3,000 to defray the coil
and expensos of roakint; Improvements
and repairs on ildowalki.
5. The turn of 15,000 to defray the cost
of filling and repairing streets.
6. The sum of S3.200 to pay amounts
received fiotn citizoni advanced, for grav
elling unto leveo, between rourtn and
7. The sum of $2,000 to defray tho ex
penses of the board of health, "including
salary of health officers.
8. The -urn of $1,800 to defray tho ex
ponies of the firo department.
9. Tho mm of $350 for expenses of count
ell chamber and clerks office.
10. The sum of (240 to defray expenses
of city elections.
11. The sum of $1,800 for expenses of
cjty jail and dieting priionors.
12. The sum of $1,600 for drainage
purposes, including expense of placing
sower through Ohio levee, near Fortieth
13. The turn of $5u0 to defray expenses
of printing, building and advertising.
14. The sum of SI, 250 for a contingent
15. Tho mm of $10,000 to pay princi
pal and interest on outstanding city war-
1(3. The sum ot siuu iu pny uuuu
coming due during the fiscal year.
If TL. -.. .f ui i un . t . .
on bonds Issued to Cairo end St. Louis
On motion ef Alderman Mathuss said
report was received and ordered pub
lished with tho proroedings.
Frinting bid of J. II. Oberly and D. L.
Davis, proposing to publish the proceed
logs of tbocouncil, ordinances and all other
advertisements of tbo city, except notice
of election, ono year from date of last
contract, for the sum of f 1'2J 00 In city
acrlp, payable monthly, was presented,
whereupon Aldorman llalliday offered
tho following resolution, and moved its
Resolved. That tho bid of John H.
Oberly and D. L. Davii, for city priming
be accepted and that tho comptroller be
directed to havo n proper, contract ex
ecuted, and the contractors bo requirod to
puonsn an ordinances, noticci, etc., pro
vided in said contract. In The Oaibo
IIulletiv, which Is herobv made the
official paper of the city, until the expira
tion of said contract. Th contract to
date from the expiration of the last con
tract with John n. Oberly.
ilotlon to adopt lost by the following
voto; Aye, llalliday, McOauley, Mor
ris, 3. Nay McEwen, Mathuss, Nollii,
Saup, "Walder and "Wright, 0.
Alderman Wright moved to refer bid
to printing comrnltteo. Lcit by the fol
lowing voto: Aye McKwen, Mittbuss,
Saup, and Wright, 4. Nay llalliday,
McOauley, Morris, Nellii, and Wai-
Aldermn llalliday moved to Instruct
the clerk to bavo proceedings of this meet
ing published in Bulletin. Lost.
Aldorman Saup movod to adjonrn,
Loitj ayes, 4 ; noei, 5.
Alderman Morns movod to accopt bid
as road. Carried ; yi,9j nays, 3.
Alderman Nollis moved a reconaldora-
Hon of the vote. Carried.
Aldorman Mathusi movol to adjourn
"Will K. Hawkins, City Olork.
fipcclal meeting of tho City Council called
by Aldcruvin JIulllday, McKwcn and
Council Ciumher, Cairo, Ill.,1
June 10th, 1874, 4 p. m.
Present Ills honor Mayor Wood and
Aldermen llalliday, MoKwau, McOauley,
Mathuss, Thlstlowodd. Walder and
The mayor itatod that tho object of the
meeting wai for tho transaction of ipocial
and general business.
Tho official bonds of Wm. Mcllalo
chief of police, in tho mm of $1,000 hav-'
Ing aiiocuritleiVm. Lonerg.n, Herman
Meyeri and Loo Klob, and thu official
bond of Wm, Brown, health ollleor, in
6 'Uft.f I1'00' hWnfi ai securities J.
M. rhllllpi and E. r. Davis, wore on
motion of Alderman llalliday approved
and ordered filed.
Tho resolution offered by Alderman
McOauley, Iu relation to drainage, etc,
on the 2nd lost, anil published with tho
projoedlogi of that date, Wni on motion
of AldormanHallidny postponod Indefini
The following resolution wai ofTored by
KesolvoJ, That no further expenditure!
for aeweri Ihrooghtho Ohio leveo bo madoi
at priscnt, other than placing theroln
pipes olroady owned by tho city, nnd to
uMllao lill tho' p'rosent facilillfsjlor dralni
ago through said lerto. '
Aldorman McKwrn moved to tablo.
Iteport of II. F. Blk, city trcaiuror,
was, oi. motion of Aldorman llalliday,
ns.roKT or strket commuter on oas.
Tho street committee's report on gas,
which was nibmlttod to tho council somo
tlmo since, and In which the committee
reported that they had rejected all bldit of
tho gas company, and that tbo gn com
pany had rejected tholr proposal to pay
?30 per year for each lamp pot, was read.
Alderman Wright movod that the cotn
mlttoo on strcots bo instructed to solicit a
now proposal from tho company- for fur
nishing gas for tho poriod of two years,
subject to all tho conditions of tho last
BID KOK CITY 1'KINTlNO.
The chair stated that the noxt bustnois
.. Hi pnimnli ihe taking up of
tho bid for tho city priming, winen wm
loft oir at Alderman Nellls' reconsidera
tion of tbo vote by which the bid was
accepted, and the question now was on
Aldorman Morris' motion to adopt, which
wai carried by tho following voto: Ayes,
llalliday, MoEwcn, Module-, This
tlowood and Wright, 5; nayr, Matbuss
and Waldor, 2.
Cm motion of Aldorman llalliday tho
amount of tho bond to be given by tho
contractors was fixed at $2,000.
On motion of Aldorman Matbu'i the
Will K. Hawkins, City Clerk-
CARRIAGE & WAGON
Sixth Street and Commercial Amine,
' C.VIK0, ILLINOIS.
.pecllal. ntlon given to IloltSK Siiok
I.o and .'fntril rei'alrin. I'.t-G-Jt tf
KAL EHTATK AtlEllVV.
John Q. I latum; orp
J. 0. HARMAN & CO.
REAL IE 3TA TE
And Land Aent of tin Illinois Contr.il and
Burlington and Mi-ourl 1C. It. Co.
Xortli Cor. Sixth and Ohio Leveo,
C. WINSTON & CO,
Real Estate Agents,
74 Ohio Levek (Second Floor,)
Utiy and Sell ItKAL l.STATK, Pay TASKS,
Kiirullie A UNctnuf Title.
CSTIiiiil Commlshlt .;r.
N. 11. Thlstlcwfxjil.
1'. J. Thhtlowood
THISTLEWOOD &, CO.
" Dcalern In
Flour, Corn, Oats, JIny, Ac.
No. 7h oino w.vki:,
COFFKY, HAKIUSON & CO.,
(SuccKiors to D. llurd & Hon.)
' . AND
M'U'B.UllAin ANIS HAT,
No 03 Olilc il()Von, t OA1KO, IL.W1
WHOLr3ALK AND KKTAIL.
L1UOKVT YikUTT ITOOK IM TIIH CIT
' a'- i'
Sovuer of inieuU lrS nud Corn
- -r--' Corolla .Aveaua
. OAIUO, ILLlNOIrJ.
O. O. l'ATIKIl
H. WAHDNKK, M, 1).
JI. .I.STALKUlt, M. J).
Olllcu mid iv.leii,M nt Commrclal Avo
next dour to tbo Athcnoum. -i-LlO-l
. . R. SM.YTri' COl
rjI.UOR 1) Is AL KISS
No. 00 Ohio Leveo, i
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker A Ulako,)
Diuler In ,t
PAINTS & OILS
Ami the cvlebratcil llluiuiiintlni;
ilrosi' llulldlnu, 11th St. A: Comorclnl A v.
!Boot Sl Shoe
lletwcce Tenth and Klcvcnth Street.',
In prewired to nil oidi-rn wiiboul delav.
Ilu lius a nno nl ink of Imrr.rtld luathtTon
hand, junt rccelvcil friiin (Uicrk, mul line
iihi uown luutiriccs io ire niwc'i iiuicm.
C. H. WHEELER,
WOOD AND GOAL
OKKICB AM) YAltU,
10th St. bet. Washington & Commercial Ave.
A largo supply oi PltLburi nnd Ulg
Muddy coal contantly on hand, Stove
wood Kiweil to order. Ordcrv for ceal oi
wood tliouhl bo left at tho olllcn on Tenth
Ureet. lenns, cah on delivery.
J3. MAXWKLL & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
MACHINE & BURNIG OILS
Also Agcnte for tlio
So. 719,'North Maine Street,
THE CAIRO CITY
xtt prepared to supply customer
twain j nest
I.EAVj; OI1DKIIH AT
nrilalllilay llro.'n olllcc, No. 70
rrrilalll Jay llro.'H AS'Imrfljoa
yjiTM J:,'yptlaii Mill; or
taTAt tho coal dump, root ol
Special Induceaents to Largs Coasmner:
PINE MJLLINERY GOODS
M ( S . M . JAOKBON,
(Kormcrly Mrn. Swandcr,)
announces that itho has just; opened a larg
anwrtment oi tho
MOHT FASHION AIILK,
Millinery Uoodn to ho found in tbo market
Sho will keen on liu.ml
Hath, Honnjcth, FtowKiw, Kiiiiiokb.
t . rn . I
innnn j itiMMinun ok AI.LJIINUH.
liADIKH FlIKMMHINO QoOUS, NoTIONB.
C0I.IJt!lM, UHIIXHHI.VRVXS, ItUFKri.
And all kooiIh fonnd In millinery nUiroH, all
oi yvnicn win no nisposoil ot at tho lowcut
caU prl(i, Mm. Juckwin rcHicclfiilly
atkn a continuation of tho patuonii),'o which
ban bo t n bo llbi'inlly hetUoweil unoii lior bv
nju juijiuq iji ivuiru nun iuu viciuiiy.
ICE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT &, SON
WIiDledalo nnd Jtetall DcalciH In
PU11K LAKK IOK,
Cairo, Illinois, anil Columbus, Kentucky.
Cairo olllco at Iluliiii it Wihou', oornrr
'I'uclllli trtcl nml Ohio loyev,
'A'o Will run nu Ice wagon throughout" tho
ranon, iliiiiverliifr juiro lko Ico In any pM t
yf the city at tho lowest ifiuiket prion, nml
nlll alNo iiirnUh our I'rlomls ouUidn thoully
wllli Irn bv Ihe 1'iikii iircur load, packed In
WW ilut, for hbipiiient to nny ilMaiicii,
na 6 5-20-lf
g j jjjIOLUSAIsK
nDiiflio -i sue nil
Chemicals, 3'atcnt Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes,
TiOnrl niil flllmi- r!..nl,.u
, v"ii uiuui-,1.
lA.n.ln... 1 1T . VII
lolled nr Kfiiiiind w i icnintiin ru.n ..
...,v...r . ukcaiij luiiL.
vrjiiiu.w vji.iHH, Nvax i lower Aiatenai, tudo unors, JJvc
Stulls, Eto., Etc., Etc,
Wo Knttlf iftTrtnnnimtAn bm.i . - i su . ... ....
...... H.u " VS v JkcaBuiivuiv i i a i u b
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, RETAIL & PUEiCRlPTION,
71 Ohio Levoo.
HARRY WALK ER
(Lato Proprietor of tho St. Nioliolas Hotel)
Daa become Superintendent of tho
CORNER STJtEET AND OHIO LEVEE.
Mr. Wnlkor Laving takon charge of tin's old and well-known house, will at
once give it a thorough reuovatin-', and nut it in Crst-elafH order for tho rccen.
tion gucslH. Mr. Walker will welcome
i" uiwuyn no giau io ecc inuiu.
First-class Day Board $20 per Month.
HARRY WALKER, Supt.
50 Ohio Levee - - CAIRO. ILLS
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor,
Tlic I'lantcr's IIouo in located On Ohio Lovco Street in
CLOSE PE0XIM.ITY TO RAILROAD DE
POTS AND STEAMBOT LAADIjStGS
Aud in tlio Center of tlio UiiBincsa J'orlign of. , tJip City. , TIiq Houso is no b
and complete in all its appointment. Tlio roomi, aro lurRo and airy, becides
being oletjmilly fumitilicd and enrpcted. GucstH will receive courteous treat
ment and tlio bent of accommodations.
Transient Guests 2 per Day. Day Boardors $20 per Month-
A Trusty Watch for Trains and Boats Day and Night.
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M'uftliliigton Ave, cor. Eighth St.
liia old customers to the new Iioufc, and
3311. WM. If ALL'S
Balsam for tho Lungs
TIIK GKEAT AMEUIOAN OON
Consumption Is NOT an Incurable Ulsoase.
riiyshluiiB usbiira uathla fact. It In only
iieru Brv to have tho Itlght Itcmody, unU
tlio tcrrlblo malady can bo conquered.
Hall's Balsam Is thli Bemedy,
It breaks un tlio lilirtit HWo'ij.roilnvm im
opprvfilvo tlglitnosa across tbo luups, and
buuls tlio laruurutod and oxcorlated iurfuces
wlilcli thuvaiiom oi tlio dUeaueiroduceii.-
WIULfi LIFE LASTS THERE IS HOPE
It may not be too late to etioct a cum nvn
alter the doctors li&vo given you up I
"Hall's 'llnlsmi is' sold 'everywhere, and
may bo bad nt wholesale oftlio l'roprUtors,
W,nXi LIo.nr';,.Cur,rn Co i tuelr
(Itoat Jlcdiolne Wuruliouse, 8 and 0 Colleen
l'hco, Now York. Trice 91 per bottle.
Uall'i Hainan) Is also a ura romcdr Tor
(.'outflig, Colds', U'houmonaV Broncblttl,
Asthmu, riplttlntror lllood, Croup, tVhoon.
nig Cough, and ull other dlscoiesol tho res.
AIho l'roprletors of Hcovlll's lllood and
Llvor HyrUp.Carbolld Salvo,Kdey'rrochi.
Oxygenated Ulttew, ilott'a Liver Pills. &c.
jfOIIN r. IlllNltY, CtJRHAN A CO ,
Band li iollcgul'lac,Nuw York.