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JOHN H. ODERIiY, Editor.
ItrKtilni' Merllnic Thereof.
Council Chamukii, Outm. III. 1
February Dili., 1875, 7:30 n. in.
1'rewit Hit Honor Msivor Wood, unil
Alilcrnicn HullUliiy, Mailing, McKtu-n,
McGauli-y, Thlttlcwooil ami WrIglit-0,
On motion of Aldcrnian Wrljilit tlio
minutes of last lejjulur uii-cUii,' weiv tip-
tiroveil without re.-itllnjr.
UKI'dltT OF COMM1TTKK O.V CL1IM
Tlio committee on claims to whom was
refi-rreti tlie following bill reported the
wine back, immiincnulng jiaymcnt
thereof as follows:
Oberlv and Davl. iinbllsliliiir or
diunneii. imieceiliiifrs, Ac ? 35 00
11. II. Ctmiiliii:liiin, rent of conn
ell chamber to February 1, '.'0 00
D, McCarthy, dieting iirlioucr.- In
D. McCarthy, extra meals furnish
Cairo City Gas Co.. mis consumed
In 87 street lamps In January... 200
uairo uo.x iV iiasKct to., low ieei
lumber nt $1(1
W. K. Haw kln, aniouut paid It.
A. I). W'llbanks clerk of buprcine
court for copy of opinion In thu
case of the City of Alton vh.
Hartford Insurance Co
T. Fltgvmhl, 23J (lays' work on
I Cotihtn, 23 days' work on
V. Qnlnn, 12J days' work on
I). McCarthy. 2 days' work in
charge of chain (rang
M. B. rower, hauling 13 loads
F. M. Ward, hauling 2 loads lum
ber. P. Corcoran, hauling 2 loads lum
ber. J. G. Lynch, for fees in case of as
sessment for graveling Levee
Win. Henry, Jr., dozen tiles
Cairo Bulletin Co., 600 note circu
lars. 1 quire of paper, Ac
C. It. Xewland, J day's work on
Dr. J. C. Sullivan, 2 visits to small
pox patient at pest house
Geo. W. Henrlcks. 1 day's ser
vices as commissioner "to esti
mate cost" of construction and
reconstruction of certain side
walks Cairo City Coal Co., 2 tons coal
A. McThriic. hauling drunken
man to jail
On motion of Alderman Halllday the
recommendation' of the committee were
concurred In, and ,-nid bills allowed by the
following vote :
Ayes Halllday, .Miitlni". .Mi-Kwen,
McGauley, ThMlewood and Wright 0.
i:i:i-oitr ok .sriimt. coumitti:i: ox ist-
The special committee on retrench
limit. c..mi1miiUUiI the. following report,
which was on motion of Alderman Halll
day received and referred to thu ordi
nance) committee wllh Instructions to
draft an ordinance to carry out the re
commendations therein contained.
To the lion. M tor an'l City Council of the
City of Cain).
Your special committee appointed by
the mayor, January 12th, last, to confer
and report what further economy may
be used and retrenchment madu in the
expenditures of the city, consistent with
good administration, beg leave, to submit
the following report a- the result of their
Firt. That to enable the city to col
lect Its general annual revenue from tax
ation within the lUcal year, and to more
promptly provide funds for the payment
of Its obligations, the council fhould pro
vide for the n-f-eesincnt and collection of
Its own taxes, under the law provided in
the revised statutes of 1674, Section 219.
Ac, entitled "An act In regard to the as
sessment of property, and the levy and
collection ot taxes by Incorporated eltie
In this State." (In force July lit, 1S73.)
This will require the election of an As
mr at the next municipal election.
The expense of collecting our general
taxes under this law should be about
Mveii hundred dollars per annum lev-,
than we arts now paying.
Second. That no work or improve
ments made under thu f-pecUl asse-ment
la should lte commenced by the city, or
contract made for such work, until" the
dty has funds In hand to pay the portion
assessed for public benefit, and the
amount assescd against property owner
for special benellu, shall have been col
lected and paid Into the City Treasury,
miles the contractor shall agree to await
the collection ot such ascsstnents for pay.
Third. That the otlloc of Coinptroler
and Suerintendent of Streets should be
abolished, and the duties of Coinptroler
Imposed upon thu Clerk, and the Com
mittee on Streets uuthorlud to employ
a person to irform duties similar to
those now performed by the Suoeriu-
Undent of Street, when they may consider
it necessary to do so.
Fourth. That the salaries of the vari
ous city otlleers should be fixed at the
following amouutMrom and after May
Mayor. Five hundred dollars per an-
ury urrA. Mne hundred dollars
lr milium, anu the following fees
viz; w cents tor Issuing license and 50
cents for taking bond; other fees same as
Oiiy Vttaturtr Nine hundred dollars
per annum, and If duties of collector are
aautu, twelve hundred dollars per an
City Attmor (If olllce Is created), $4
per uay tor eacn uay actually employed,
limiting the lime for making and revis
ing assessment to 75 days. Limiting lili
pay to three hundred dollars per annum
City .VarjAuf-Seventy-tlve dollars per
u.u.mi mm ten per cent, of fines actually
collected under arrests made by him, and
costs now allowed.
CilyAtiornty-Souio change should be
made In the mode of paying this ofllcer,
but ns there Is no room for economy
In such a change we will not consider it.
Fifth. Ily enacting and adhering to
such laws as will strictly prevent the Is
suing of depreciated warrants, so tliatthc
city may be able to purchase all It sup
plies wanted, mid materials uscil.nnil em
ploy labor etc. on Its work nt prices that
cltl.cns arc paving c bellow the gun
eral exiK-'iiditui-es of tho city, not nboe
mentioned, may be reduced annually live
thousand dollars. '
Sixth. In conclusion the committee
wish to say, that the reductions rccom
mended herein, being tlxed upon n cash
bat, can only be maintained by n drlct
adherence to such a rule. They there
fore most earnestly recommend the
adoption of such laws as will absolutely
prevent the pui-ehaMug by any ottlcer of
the city of any material or supplle., or
the contracting of any debt against the
cltv, or the tailing of any warrant
for the payment of any such materials
supplies or debt, unless there Ihj funds in
the treasury to pay tho same at the time
of making any such contractor debt.
Your committee believe that the adop
tion and carrying Into full effect ot the
recommendations herein contained, the
general cxiiendllures of the city maybe
reduced the sum often thousand dol
litrs per annum, "consistent with good
Tiiim. W. H.W.MPAY, Chairman
W. P. Wiiuiiii,
'.. V. Maiai'ss,
ADDitr..ss mo.M nir. mayoii, anu ciiaiii
man or Tin: iioaiik or iikai.tii.
The mayor arose and addressed the
council as follows :
Gentlemen of the Clly Council :
As chairman of the Hoard ot Health,
was Instructed by your honorable bod,
to examine into and report on the clali
of George Schlamer, for rent of building
and grounds ued by the city fur a pest
house In the years 1872 and 1673.
After a careful enquiry, I find that
there is no contract existing between the
city and the owner of the property i
question, and that the claim presented to
your honorable body for rent at the rato
of 8 per mouth for said premises Is not
claim based under or by nny contract
but one based, in my opinion, upon jus
tice to the party concerned. 1 would beg
leave to report tliat I nave inauc an ar
rangement with the party in question, in
which the city has to pay him the sum of
$75 In Atll of all demands to date, and I
would therefore recommend that an order
be drawn upon the treasurer In favor of
said Schlamer for said amount. This, in
my opinion, is a Just and fair allowance,
considering that there has been but one
case of small-pox in said pest-house dur
ing my administration. He, however,
refused the further use of the ground and
preinUcs for the no of the city as a pest-
house, and demands that the city re
move the building and Its
contents at the earliest possible day.
When and whereto remove the same Is
tin; question for the city to decide. Sec
tion 0 of Ordinance No. 0 slates that It
shall be lawful for thu Hoard of Health to
establish u hopllal for contagious and
Infectious intense, and remove patients
thereto when it shall be necessary In their
opinion lo the public safety. Sections I,
5, 0, 7 anil S of said ordinance, in my
opinion, only apply to the citizens of
Cairo, nod I find no authority for thu
Hoard of Health to establish a hospital
for the purpose of receiving any other
than residents of the city. All men fol
lowing the river 1 r a livelihood, pay
their monthly hospital due. and by so
doing they arc bound to be taken care of
by the general government, and in proof
of this fact a contract Is now In existence
where the parties agree to hike care ofall
the tick, no matter what tho disease Is.
In view of these tacts Is It not asking too
much fioiu the city, that tliev shall oiion
and maintain a hospital for the taking care
of nil contagious diseases, while undcrthc
contract with the government they bind
themselves lo take cans of all the sick,
whether they are allllctcd with a conta
gious 01ease or not.
A point In question : We jsent one
murine, to the pest hotisosome weeks ago,
because no one else would take care of
him. He was n river man and
was willing to swear to thu fact,
and I believe now that there Is no
doubt in the niludof any one, but that ho
was : that patient cost the city at the rate
of from $10 to $12 per day, w hile we are
allowed tho pittance of 05 cents for each
and every day he was in the hospital; If
it Is prejudicial to the health of the cltv
to have a small-pox hospital situated
where theone spoken of Is situated, then
I think It Is wrong Tor the contracting
parties to make a contract to take caro of
such ea'cs unless a suitable place he pro
vided where they may be taken care of.
I hold that It Is tlis duty of tho govern
ment or Its agent to find a place for all
such cases, where tho health of the city
will not be at stake ; so tar as iny opinion
Is concerned, and It is based solely upon
the opinion of one of the best physician's
In thu city, there is no danger to tho
health ot thu city from the pest house In
its present location. But, gentlemen, to
come to the point: much has been said
about the gross carelessness of the city
authorities in not establishing a hospital
for sinall-pox patients, and right here
comes the time and place to slate that In
our opinion the city has nothing to do
with the establishing of a hospital for the
purpose of taking care of the transient
men landed In the city, or who may be
staying here temporarily ; it Is clearly the
duty of the government to take care
of all men, who ure charged,
and who regularly pay hospital feet:
outside of that it Is clearly the duty of
tho county authorities through thelrphy
slcian and the overseer of the poor, to
take care of ull those who are not able to
tako care ot themselves. If they are sick
and In destitute circumstances, tho law
compels them to lake care of all such,
and If they die while under their charge
they are bound by law to give them
burial. That being the case, It scorns
strange to mo that tho city should Iki
asked to take care of contagion, dij
cases, such as small pox, while If one of
our citizens were to take sick to-day with
small pox, or nny other dlseae, and ho
as unable to take are of himself, It Is
clearly the duly of the coiintyauthorltles
to see that lie Is taken euro of, and I sou
no reason why thev should not. They
ollcct all thu taxes which nre collected
or that purpose; the city tloe not col
lect one cent of It, and 1 think that If the
Ity collects no tax, and the county does,
then It U right and JtM that tho county
should take care of them.
If a stranger Is laken sick, who looks
after hhn when alive, and bmles him
whendcad? Ills the county, lint when
n small pox patient cornel tip, the county
vfit'es to take care ol him, boeamo they
have no contra tt Or having eases of that
kind taken care of.
What do?s the comity hire and pay a
physician for, hut to take care care of all
tnc sick, be tney small-pox cases or
otherwise? The contract Is let to the low
est responsible bidder, and nocxemptlons
are made in their advertisements solicit
ing proposals for any kind ol cases.
lhee tacts being so.it Isenw to see
where the responsibility rests.
Gentlemen, this is a matterof great Im
portance, and thu city authorities are
blamed for permitting cases of that kind
anywhere In the city. I Insist on laying
the blame where, in my opinion, It be
longs, and that Is, on the county author!
ties, and on the general government, for,
almost four-fifths ol all the eates which
have occurcd uuriiig the past two years
in Cairo, have been men who follow the
river for n living. This being the case,
Hie parties who-c duty It is to attend
such caes, should sou that they ure placed
In siuii a location as to not cause any
alarm orendatiger the lives of ourcltl
zens. Gentleman, taking the whole mat
tcr Into consideration, I believe It would
be better for all parties concerned to
come to soinu arrangement, and build a
hospital or pest-houo, Jointly, and locate
It where there would bo no danger.
By doing this we would stop the wraug
llngof the different parties In authority
but for the city to go to the expense ol
leasing or buying grounds and locating a
building thereon.or buying and locating at
sonic point on t lie river a lloallii'' boat
for the receiving of ull contagious 0k
eases is asking more than she Is at pres.
ent able to bear. If the county takes
care of them, the city pays her pro rata
of the taxes, but the point the city make
Is that the county collects all pauper and
poor-house taxes and Is therefore the
proper one to expend the same. The
law makes the county authorities the
overseers of the poor, and If there are
any In the county who are unable to take
care of themselves, it Is the county's bli
s Iness to nttend to them ; they are
charge and they cannot get
Gentlemen, I have stated my views on
this matter and ask the attention ot the
council to them. If they think, with the
mayor, that it Is the duty of the county
and not of the city, then we ngree. If
on the other baud you think it is the duty
of the city to take care of all such oases
and establish a hospital for the reception
of contagious dUeaes, let the council
furnish the money, and thu Board of
Health will attend to the matter with all
Very respectfully, John Wood.
Mayor and Chairman Board of Health.
On motion said communication was
received, and thu rcccommcudatlou as to
bill of George Schlamer, amounting to
$7.1, for rcntof pcst-houe in lull to date,
concurred In by the following vote:
Ayes Halllday, Mathuss, McKwen,
McGauley, Thlstiewood and Wright 0.
On motion of Alderman Wright tho
chair was requested to appoint a special
committee of three to confer with the
county authorities and the agent of the
United Suites Government in relation to
matters contained in said address.
The chair appointed Alderman Wright,
Thlstiewood and Halllday.
The council, on motion of Halllday,jid
Journcd. Will K. Hawkins,
efiy-Gladstono's retlrmcnt from public
llfu will be sweetened, It Is said, by the
admiration of Queen Victoria, who has
offered n peerage In her own right to his
wife, and will confer a baronetcy upon
the young Gladstone. This Is London
t&'Mr. Win. B. Ogden
0 veura old.
millionaire oi uuicao, is
but ho Is going to marry Miss Marianne
K. Arnot, of Klnilra, N. V. Her friends
say to her, "Arnot you happy, dear?"
Mr. Ogden'!) residence was the only build
ing In the burnt district which escaped
the flames hi Chicago's huge boullre of
JWaJfA total eclipse of tho sun will occur
on Aprils. As the King of Slam Is the
only potentate advantageously situated
to see tho spectacle, he has kindly invited
British, American, and otherustronomers
to dine witli him on that day and bring
along their Instruments.
Consumptives, Tak Notice.
Kveiy moment of delay make yojr euro
more hopeless, ami much depends on tlio
Judicious choice of a remedy. 'J ho amount
or testimony In favor ol Dr. Hchenck's
Pulmonic Syrup, as a cure for cotmunptlou,
tar exceeds alt that can bo brought to sup
port tlie pretensions of any other medicine.
Seo Dr. Sclieiick'a Almanac, containing the
certificates or many purnous ot tho highest
rripectnuillly. who have boen restored to
health, ufier behii' pronouncoJ Incurable
by physicians ol iicknoviledgcd anility.
Scliouck's Pulmonic Syrup ulono has cured
many, u these evidences will show ; hut
euro Is otten promoted by tlie employment
ortwo other remedies which Dr. Scheiick
provides rorthopurpoio. Thea additional
remedies are Sclienck'i Sea Weed Tonic
and Mandrake l'ills. By the timely use ol
these uicdl Miies, according to directions,
Dr. Sclienck certltlea that most any cute ol
CmiBituiniloii may bo cured.
Dr. Schenck is professionally at his prin
cipal orlico. Corner Sixth and Arch Sts.,
Philadelphia, every Monday, where all let
ters lor advice must be addresoed.
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
To 11 lU. CIIASKM HUCIl'Kii Or, IN
FORMATION IfOlt I'.VKUYIIODY hi'.veVy
ouuaty In the United Slate, mi.t t'.ii.d... Kn.
lanced fay Hit l'ubllhr tii 046 pM It urn.
tains over 1,000 uou.holil leclpw, and li aulurf
to all chu ana comlltloni of oclety. A
MOudtrfUl book and a hoiuehoM mhx.ii Ity. li
tilt at slsiil. Cre-iteil lixlucxmenu erir of.
fied to boo Menu, Pamiila oojilea int by
isall. pott piid, for J. lUcltufra territory
alyu. Aiwitimiirulhiia doublt their mono .
dditu, lilt. CUASE'3 STKAM I'KINllVli
SOL'KU: AN.AKlt MICH. VA-Kto
Corrected Dsllyby K. M. Stcnnis, rommUttnn
nierclm'tt, becrctary of the Cairo Hoard of
Flour, m'cMmlliiK to grmlc
Corn, inliiil, wirkett
Com, white, tnrlert..
81 OOfC 00
$2 7.Vd:l IH
t-2 mo 'a
, ei'i to
IIi-mii, pr ton
Muil, Blvflin til tut
lUitliT, choice .Northern loll
iilllirr, cnoire aouini'iii iiiinuit
. lickeiiK. iHM'iluren
iilfi, choice, icr IjmitI
Annies, common. iK'rlwrrii .....
1'otHtovs. iwr hnrrtl
Onlnlif, lier ti'irrel
TllK DAILY" BULLETIN.
rpmi; II1.1XI.TIN li imWIshc-leuijriiioriiluj
(excl MumU)) In the Mtillttin Uullitlng, cor
ner Wuihltib'toii nu'iiuu nl Twelfth nticct
Tin IIcllwiis is avncil lo clly 'ulncilljtrshy
faithful canlrrifttTfluiityFhe Cents nWitk,
m)Me triekly. llj Mull, (In mh mice), 10x.r
nmmin W months, t0 three monlln, S3) one
month, 41 '.'3.
nun? wm.MT v Dm r unnv
1 11 u M rjljlYli I DUIJUUXm.
ruhllflust rtry ilmiwliiy mornlnr; nt 91 Si
kt annum, iniurlnhly In ndviincc. 'I he pottage
on the YVcvkly will he prepaid at thin oflhx.-, so
that mbi-cilbera will obtain it for a ubcilptlon
lice of $1 a year.
Iliisincss Cunti, persnmiin W 00
One aqiurc, one lncrtlau I W
line mpinre, two lnn'itloui 1 W
line tquuie, one week, '1M
One fc'iuaiv, two wtrka :l 60
One nqnare, this-c weeks,. I 10
One vqure, one month, 6 00
w i: li 1 1. v .
One square, one Inrvrtloii, $1 OQj
Each nubeequent luieitloii W
E3"0ne Inch fa a square.
KJ"lo regular adiertisars weoflVraupfrlorln
duceiuents, both r to rate of charge and man
ner of displaying their faror.
EJ-Notlcei lu local column Insctttd for Klf-
teen Cnti jxr Hut for one Iniertloti, Twcnty
Centa a line for two institlsua, Twenty-Klv
Cents a line for three lniertloni, Thtrty-rivi
Ceats a line for one wiek, nnd Seieuty-I'll
Cf nts a line furoue month,
Communloatlona upon aubjecta of ava
ersl intereat to tho public solicited.
t3AU letters should be addressed to
JOHN II. OlIKItl.Y,
President Culro Itulletiti Coinpany.
II A NHS.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
T r. 1IAI.T.IIIAY, I'resiitent.
IIKNUY I.. IIA1.I.IDA Y, Yliv 1'iett.
A. II. SAl'KOItl), Cashier.
WAI.THIt IIYHLOl', Ass't Ca-hlr.
8. HTAATS TAVl.OB, It. 11. (.'iSSINOlliM,
II. I., lUl.LIDAT, ". r lUl.I.IUAV.
U. I). Wll.LUMsO.X, tolKI-IIL.1 IIIKll,
A II. SAirouu
Exchnngo, Coin and United States
nonets iiougnt and aoia.
DErOSIT.S irreiied and a Kelicral baukli
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1809
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. II. 8AKFOUD, l'lcihlent
S. a. TA Yl.Olt, Vice President.
W. IIYSLOl', hec'y iiudTutibUicr.
I. HI. IUntl AT, ClIAS fiAMUIiail,
'. il. STOC'KrLlcril, l'ALI. U. feCHL'll,
It. 11. Cl-NNIMOIIAU, II 1. IlALLlliAY,
J . II l'lllLLIl'S.
TNTEKKST nald on dennalta at the late of ai
J.ercnt per annum, Jlurth ltunil Suptem
tier lat. Inturcat not wllhdrawii la uddrd Inline
dlately to the principal of thu tleponlta, lluiehy
IflVUll. ineiil coiniiounu luieieai
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN HAY
DEPOSIT MONEY AND NO ONE ELSE
CAN DRAW IT.
On mvmrv bualntaaday lioin 9a m ta2n.ni
and fiuturday areulomi for tavinitbilepoalta only
rroro o lo o n.
W. HYSX.OP, Traaaurer.
1DY virtue of threo tarcral executions to
.! diructeit by the
cleik of the Circuit
Cmiit ol Alexander county, iu the Mute
of lllluols one in favor .or Daniel Trice,
one In favor or I'aiuck .Moo-alar ami
one in favor of lleriinnl ilcMuima, uml ull
analnat the Calm and Vlnceiinea liallro.nl com
pany I have levied upou the following deaciibed
property, in the ixaiutT of Alexander and Htute
ofllliuola, lo-wlt: Ixita numbeud one (I) and
two (a), In block mimbciisl twelve (12). unit
lota iiiiiuheied t,vm (7) and elxht (s) , In block
numbered twenty-three (23), in the h int Addi
tion to the city of Calm. In the ruiuity ol' Alex
ander and Stun-ol' Illinois, as the property of
the aald (.'alio ami Vlnceniied Itallroud company,
which I shall uDei-at public tale at thvboulli
West door of the Com t Home In the city of
Caiio. In the'reounty of Alexander and Statu of
lllliioli, mi the '.nth day of IVlnuary, A. 1).
1S75, at the hour of eluven o'clock, a. ra., for
cath, toaatlafy (aid executions.
A1.EY. II. IllVIW.
fiherlffof Alexander county, Ilia.
Cairo. Ills . Kab. i, 1879.
ITnqnratliiiinlil.r thn best niiitnlnnt!
worn i i ne kiiiu in me n orm.
NOIIUKH 01' 'I Ull I'lll'.SS,
The over liirrralmt cl.edimoiTot this
excellent monthly proves Its continued
lantlon to iMiiuihii' doilrrs and needs. In-
Iced, u hen wo think Into how inonv homes
It lionet rales cciy month, we must enr,
Mdu It as one oflhu ulucatori as well ns
ent iilalncrH ofHic pub le mini, lorllsvast
popularity Inn been w m by no appeal to
stupid t ivjudlcus or di pracd tastes. Hos
Th a cliHiact T which this '.Magazine pos
smctlor- le t i nli'rpiie,nilhttc wealth,
andlilcl'o ' tlml ha kept pace willi,
iritlnnt i- r tin s, clinnhi cstlsc its
conductors lo i ll it wllh jiMltlablo coin
I'lacetcV. lllo e. it lies tlielii to ncjcal
rl.'iuu upon iho public gialliuilc. Tim
Magazine has thiho eood and U'llCiilall
thcdnsol It life. llrooUyii IJigle.
I'oitaeu tree to subscriber In the United
llarpci's Mapluo, one jear 00
1 00 huiudos tirunaviiieiit ol li. S. imU-
iigu ny ino pnuiisiiuis.
snoscriiuions in uniinii aiaiin.nii!,
Wicldy, or llaar, ti . tm uddir-s for nun
vein-. flO to; or two of iiuri.ci's tisrlmii
cjIh, Iii otic addrets for one )vm; $7 On;
An extra u py oi euncr uiu .iiniraini;.
Wuoklv or llaar will be stimillei) eralH for
ovi ry liuti of li o stll)crll).irii at SJJ to each,
hi one remit t Mice; or six copies It r C'iooo,
wiinoiii u.xn.i copy; pniigu ireo.
Back numbers can he supplied nt any
A compute fit of imperii .VlatraIiic,
now coiiuirl'liiL' in oliimes. inn alelotli
blnilint;, will be sent by expivi'. frelcht at
t in cxiutiiu of nurc iit. for ik r
voliitne. ."hi,'lo oluiiies, by mall, pnVpnld,
t.'l 00. liotn eaec, for binding, f8 cent'",
by pmiIi. postpaid.
ir ,f .flW'Jiia htm are noi ii ciiiy inis in
Tcrll-einent without the e.pres ordiri of
Aititress HAuri.H ,v iiuu i iir.ii.-s, .s. i
1 whlulv ltnowp
as one ot'llit- most
tlu s ever ili'eov
eiv.l lor elt-.in5'
Vv'irS-" ' rt,.nllv "rowing
reputation, lia'Oil on fli hiriii'ie irlue.,
uml sustained y its icinaik.ible i-iuvs.
So mild nil to be taf'1 nn.l U'lietieial lo
children. anJ vet fo seartli'm ti to
efleeluallv mir::u cut the ere..t corrup
tions of the blood, Mich a tho u-rof-
ulom nn'l suihilitie coiitainination,
Impurities or i(iie:;?ei thut Imtu lurked
in the fvstcm for vears ;oon yield to
this noiverful antidote, anil diraiipcar.
Hence its wonderful cuies, many of
wliidi are publicly known, of Serol'ulti,
anil nil teiofulous ilbeafe?, UlcufS.
Irruptions, and enitivc disonlers of
the tkin, Tumors, luotciios, uoiim
PlmplcM, Pustules, Sore.s, St.
Anthony's FJre, Itosts or Ery
fiipeln.s. Tetter, Salt Kiieiiui.
Hciild Head, ltliifrtvonii, ami in
ternal Ulcerations of tlio Uterus.
Stomach, and Liver. It alo cures
other complaints, to which it would not
ecein especially adapted, iuch as Drop
h.v. l.vspi'psia, Fits, Xeurale;ia,
Heart Jlsea.se, Fenialo Wealt
ness, Debility, and F.eui'orrliira,
fhvn they are inanife-tations of tlie
It i" an excellent restorer of health
and strength in the Spline. Hy rein w
lug; the apietite and vigo;' of tlie ilir' -live
organ it ditsipates the depvo. imt
mil listless languor of the a-on.
1-Acn where no dinn-der npierr. iK 'iji'e
feel ltetter, and live longer, f n-clean-i.u
tlie blood. The syflein mines on v. ith
renewed vigor and a new leno of life.
Dr. J. C. AYER dt CO., Lowell, ttnt..
1'rncUcnl (inl .Itiattttltul t'ltenttt$.
MH.U UT ALL I)Kf(lUUIS l.VI.Kt WIlKnS.
Every year ineieases tho populari
ty ofthis valutiblu Hair Preparation ;
which is clue to merit alone. Wo
can assure our old patrons that it is
kept fully up to its high xtnutlard;
and it is tho only reliable and perfect
ed preparation for restoring Gray
or Fadi'.d IIaiii to its youthful color,
making it soft, liiHtrotis, and silken.
Tho Hcalp, by its use, becomes vvhito
nnd clean. It removes all eruptions
and dandruff, and, by its tonic prop
erties, prevents tho hair from falling
out, as it Htimulate.s and nourishes
tho hair-glands. By its ubo, the hair
grows thicker and stronger. In
baldness, it restores the capillary
glands to their normal vigor, and
will create a new growth, except in
cxtremo old age. It is the most eco
nomical Hair Drksbing ever used,
as it requires fewer applications,
and gives tlio hair a splendid, glossy
appearance. A. A. Hayes, M.D.,
Stato Assayer of Massachusetts, says,
"Tho constituents are pure, and care
fully selected for excellent quality;
and I consider it the Bust Prepa
ration for its intended purposes."
Soil ly all Druggiiti, ami Dealer in ittilleinu.
l'rloo Ono Dollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
As our Kcnowor in ninny cases
requires too long a time, and too
much care, to restore gray or faded
Whiskers, wo have prepared this
dye, in one preparation ; which will
quickly and elFectually accomplish
tliis result. It is easily tipplim,
and produces a color which will
ncithor rub nor wash off. Sold by
all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
FOIt the apeady cure of Swmlual Wenkneaa,
Loat Manhood and ull dUoulcra Liouuhl
on by Indiaciatlona or exceat, Any llrugifUt
ha tb liiKi-ollenta.
Auur, i'r. a. iiiuiu. ,v .u ,
Ml.JJtwly C'lntiuaari, Ohio.
i v.-wii-r, in-:
WZWfiZ&W-Zj 'muI piirifviiig tho
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOODU,
WAX i'ljOWJilt ill A 1 iii ll i A
TK aollclt mrrHindmrp nnd onlcra Irnm I)nil: l, Thvi'i-Una and lieneral Mnira In w li
V of kixhU In imr line Mejiinlioat, I'ljiilaUon i.irl 1 .-mij Jlullolne lunt rurnlahul it I.'
mini ttilh irliuhle lni" lit niuomthle tutie.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL fl ATHO KETAIT, ,t PRESCIUUTIO?.
74 Ohio Lovce. 1 ""J-'-uw Wujhlnntos Av., Cor. 8th St.
'niyja :r. - V2:vj in; s: :::: c::::: ::
.1 0'1'J,, il ')
pauut'.. '.npjc 3ii Xf p0: iu pUOils
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor.
54 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS
This house contains 35 Rood rooms.
Travelers will always find the best accommo
A trusty watch lor trains and boats day an X
Wo have replenished our Job Printing Oflico with
many fonts of now type ami have orders out for other
fonts of tho latest popular styles. Wo aro determined
to establish the reputation of our olliec for first-class
work, and mako our prices so low that the most enthu
siastic patrons of foreign cities will bo compelled to ad
mit that wo do work at lower prices than any other of
fice in the country. Mr. Oberly, admitted to bo one of
tho best practical job printers West and South, lias
assumed porsonal supervision of tho job printing de
partment, and will endeavor to givo satisfaction to our
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ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
COLLIUtt WHITE LEAD,