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1 For CATARRH.'
A Pliiei.? Veoetahlk Distillation Ex-
Till ELY U.M.IKE ALL OT1IEH HkMKUIEH.
Id the preparation of this remarkable remedy
every herb, (limit, and bark la subjected to distilla
tion, whereby the essential medical Principle i ob
tained tu vapor, condensed and bottled, what re
main In ibu mill 1 Inert, valucle, and totally
mi IK for lino lu all organism delicate an the nasal
passage. Yet all suufT are insoluble compound
of wood fibre ; all tlucluro, saturated soluilimn-
Sanfokd's Radical Cuke
1 a local and constitutional remedy, and la applied
to the nasal passage by insufflation, thus alUving
Snlle.jiunutl.ju and pain aud at unco correcting,
cl-uniiif. aud puryflng secretion. Internally
administered. It actsupou the organ of circulation,
keeps inu skin moist, and neutralise tho acid puis
ou that Iiun found in way Into the stomach and
tturtjrc InUi the blood. Thus a cure progn -ssea lu both
directions, aud it Air uotseeru possible for huiuau
Ingenuity to devise a moro ratioual treatiucut.
CiKvnr.ii' .. About twelve year ago, while
travelling with Father Kemp' Old Folk Concert
Troup.- a a teunr singer, I took a evere cold and
w.'ald up at Newark. N.J. This cold brought nu
severe attack of Catarrh, which I battled with
,:vcry known remedy for four week" without avail,
and wan finally obliged lo give up a Inoel detlrable
position aud return home, unable to lng a note.
For three year afterward I ii unnble to sing at
all. The first attack of Catarrh hud left my nasnl
organ and throat mi sensitive tliut the slightest cold
Would bliiiou a fresh attack, leaving me Prostrated.
In thin way 1 continued lo suffer. The lat atlark.
the never! I ever bad, wa terrible. I siitf'cn-a the
most excruciating pulu In my head. was o hoarse
an to he scarcely aide to speak, and coughed In
cessantly. 1 thought I was going into quick con
sumption, and I firmly believe that had thescsymp
tuna continued without relief tin y would haw rend
ered me an easy victim. When In thin Condition. 1
I'ominenced the lice of KANroHii a IUiiical i hk
Koh Cataiiku, verv reluctantly, I confess, a I had
tried all the advertised ii-mcdles without benefit.
The Arvt doso of thin wonderful medicine gave me
the greatest relief. It In hardly possible for ouu
w hose bead ache, eyes ache, who (an wan-fly ar
ticulate distinctly on account of the choklnj accu
initiation In III. throat, to realize how much relief
I obtained from the nrt application of SANrHI
I'.aiiii al Ci bk. I'ndt-r Its Influence, both internal
and eiterual, I rapidly ri-eovcred, and by an occa
sional nse of the remedy since, have twi n eutlrelv
free from Catarrh, for the flrt time lu twelve yearn.
(.to. Vf. llOMJItOOK.
WAi.nun. Ma . Jan. 8. I'd.
1'. S. I purchased the lUlili At. CrilE of Geo. II.
Hotter., Druggist, Itumford liuildiug.
Each package contain Ir. Kntiford'a Improved
I Dtialluif Tube, with Ml directions for ue In all
rases. Prir. $ in. For sale bv all Wholesale and
Ketail Druggists throughout the' lulled Mate, ami
nadas. Wrens a I'oTtik. ; neral Agent and
Whole.ale Dnijit'l.t.. lio.ton, Ma.a.
AS KI.r.THO-fl.U.YANIC BATTKUV C0MI1ISKD
with a iih;hi,v mkdicatkd muknctii-
KMS H-AfTkll, K( 111 Ml NO THE HKlT
1'I.ACTKK FOB PAIS8 AXI ACHES
IN THE YVOKLDOK MEU1CINK.
Theae Planter have now bn before the pnbllc
for two year, and. notwlth.tai.dlni; the imtnruee
number of remcdiei lu the form of linlmeutf, lo
tion., pain-curera. and ordlnarv plaii-r. they have
ateadily Incna.edlu rale ami met with milvrr.al
approval, a. evidenced hy over one thon.and on
aolicited teatlmonala lu our po..r.ion. Manv
remarkable ca.ea have been certified to by well
known cltlr.ena In all pan of the I'nited State.,
topic, of which will be .ent free of c harge to any
nue de.irtnc them. Improvement, in manr way.,
lave ben made. a. ui;L'e.trd by experience and une,
umll It 1 thought that tnry are now perfect la everr
re.pect, and the be.t Planter In the World of Medl
cine. All wc ank from every utTerer Id the land i a
alncle trial. The price I its rent, alihooch the
cont I double that of any other planter. But. not
wlth.iandinK the effort of the proprietor lo make
the beet planter In the world for the leant money,
any aimiiar remedy ran be bought, unmlx-n of uu
acrupulou dealer will be found n-adv to mlnn-pre-rent
them for ac-lflnh motive aud endeavor to tub
atltute othera. If yoa ank for
Collins1 Voltaic Plastkr
Have It if you have to tend to u for It.
Sold by all Wholesale and Ketail Pnpirl.t
throughout the I'nited Utrte and Canada, and by
Wt r. k PTTJ! n. I'rnpri'-torn. ltot on. Mann.
Capeine Porous Plaster!
puln-killiti' ap ul in one.
; ordiuury por-
The mar.ttfnctun r received the hlfhent and only
hw'ird tlveii to 1'orou. Planter at the I etitenuial.
W e warrant BetiMin' ai ltie Planter to Ik- nupe
rlor to all other l'oroun Piumem and tu all llnluii utn.
ASK THOSE WHO KNOW
Ak tin? vhyolrinn if Hnnon Cspdnn Vomit n
rlftir i mn iJii! nt'M i'ihut hi uv mu, imp
rt'iuarkabltt nrllclc wan imi-ntwl to ovrirninu the
LTcul i)bj''tiuu hIwbvi fotmrt it ordinary purou
Tt . . . r t.. 4.. i..,1.it1,f u..r
For lame and weak back, rheiimatlntn. trouble of
the nplne and kblneva. It 1 a truly wonueriui n-me
dy. Phy.lelun everywhere riio'tii.e It (,'reat nu
iH.rtnrliv tn i, then iii'imni nlunter and to all lini
ment. It relieve pain at once and cure quicker
than uuy known planter, iiuinient or compouuu.
r 1 TTfllTAXT TllCIHn in dnniremtf and
I )i U 1 IV JxN . worth lc Imitation of
lleunoti' Cnpelne Plnnter In the market. The tfen
ulne have tlie word "Cnpclue" rut Ihroiiu'h cucn
planter. Sold by all drutfint. Price i cent.
37 Court riaco, Louisville, Ivy
. . ,.. .i,,ui..,l .ml leirnllv n null fled lillV"
Ac.liiti nnt'l the mont eucccnnful, na lii practice
will prove. t.i.iriTV ntmiNlf in
nn the rentilt of
rJl'KIIMATollllimA AM iwiinr.ni i.
elf ii'btine III youth, wxitiil nbunc III nijtimT year,
,,r other niun;.. and producinit M.me of t lo low-
.. . ... .. .. v.. am.. a .em hull V nnlolin, tllu'llt
.-uilnnloii by dream.) illiniie of nil! it. defective
memory, plivaleul ilecav, pimp c on the face, nver
elon to Moele'tv if female, ronlunlon of Idea, Ion
irexunl power. Au.. rendering murrlMRe iiuiniier
or iinhiippv. are thorotitflily pernianeiilly cuieit.
SYl'lllf.ls ponltlvelv cured nnd entirely erndlniteil
from Iheavntem. tit t'NUll 1(11 E.. tll.hh I . OrMillU,
hlrleliire, )lernlii. (or Ittipliire.i, P1U' ii oilier pri
vate illnene oulcklv cured. . , ,
It I elf evlilent that a phvilrlMl wliopnyrnpeclal
attention to a cerlnln eliinnofilene. Hd trealtliiK
thounmiilH nntitiiillv, aequlre xreat nklll. Pbynlclnna
knowliiit thin fuel 'often recoininuiid iiernonn lo my
rare, wlieii It in Inconvenient to vlnlt tho city for
treatment, medicine can be netit privately and nulely
by mull orexpren nnvwliere.
t'l'UKS tll'AHANTKKlt IN ALL CASIJH I'NDER
TAKKN. Cnrmullnllnna peraminlly or by letter free nnd In
vited. Churu'e reanouulilu and correnponeetico
f 10 ptigea, wilt to nny addn-n. nectirclyaealed,
thirty (!) cetil. Khould he read by all, dilrena
a nhovo. Offtco itu 0 A. M. to 8 P, M. Sundaya,
to 4 P. M,
B RATTY Pluno, Oruatt! heat. "JT"Lonk for
tartllnitBew. OrKana, 111 atopa. M Planoa
only f I Ml. Cont littO. t'lauUn frw. D.K. Heat
ty, Wahluiituu, K. i.
THE DAILY I.ULLE'I
CONTIM 1.1) K1KI.M Fill pit PALP.
in it coiiiiiiftiitl portion of mclotly that
txpriHHCH the cinoUiiiu; nmridj anl waltz
timo ouglitnittlo Ixj nnit li m. AVlien
we king wo I'xp.eRB our fi-i-lings; wlirn we
liiiteu we arc iinVri-Hwil; oni; in cxiinsniun,
tho other iniiiriion. Solo hinging imtkt
interest; entimerMte the wordn with feeling.
Have meaning thotigliU in your tunes.
OeeitHional solos in sehool, well expressed,
will tlo good. Train a select few to sing
for the school sometimes. Life in song is
not to sing fast, but to sing with spirit and
feeling. We may sing slow but, never
without spirit and force. Hchool sing lie
fore and after prayer devotional songs.
Give 8 or 10 minutes on new musie after
mil call, and close with a song; scholars
that can't sing should look on the book;
train up a child in tho way he should go,
and sometimes go that way yourself.
Father Puxson thought we ought to have
a fitness in our selections; a man asked to
select a hymn at a baptism by immersion,
chose "Pull for the Shore;'' wc want a M
ter litness than that.
Kinging-"Not Half has IJcen Told."
11:30 Topic: ''JIow can the Bpiruul
Power of the Sunday School be Increased'1
Kcv. llr. George said : We may lodge all
the knowledge of the lesson but not get the
spiritual power into the heart; talks like
on wbo has been to the fountain ; get inside
the pupils; secure spiritual and
saving results; The spirit comes
from God. Get oil in the
soul to furnish fuel for light; get grare in
your own heart if you would have spiritnal
power over others; think of the young im
mortal souls under your charge: seek to cor
rect their faults; counteract their In-setting
sins, and inspire them with reverence for
God and the thought of the reality Of
Father Paxson said, increase the spirit
ual power in ourselves; come c!ie to God
nnd he will bless our eflorts.
Itcv. Mr. George Teachers must visit
pupil and their parents, and carry the
spiritual influence into the family.
Singing ''What will the recompense
i'rofj Jerome called attention to the in-
crcaiscil apots indicating the schools in
Alexander county, and gave a hearty in
vitation to attend the district Sunday-school
convention t Belleville, Oct. 24 and 25.
Benediction by Itev. Mr. George.
2:00-Sii)ging He Leadjth Me." Prais
meeting was conducted half an hour by
2 :30 How to make most of the Bible in
Mr. Wheeler opened by saying the great
est otwtaele he found was almost entire
ignorance of Inotli obi and young in Bible
knowledge. Get scholars to understand
the arrangement of the lnooks of the Bible
classification, divisions and chapters. Top
ical Bible reading is profitable; instead of
geography and history of the Bible use
maps recommended Bible marking; no high
er accomplishment than a thorough knowl
edge of the Bible; useful in every develop
ment of life.
Kev. Mr. George thought pupils ought to
It trains the memory, fixes truth,
unci forms habits of retaining views iu
memory; sometimes trive a lestament to a
pupil on condition that he will read it.
Prof. Towne: (Jet pupils to bring main
points of the lesson written out; educate
them to mark in their Bibles texts preached
from and preacher's name.
Mr. Fitch said he had pursued tho plan
of memorizing from lesson or precious se
lections from Bible in his class, and that it
had proved a real success.
Father Paxson wanted the Bible in every
hand: encourage children to bring their
Bibles and set the example.
Prof. Jerome hoped all teachers would
cultivate the habit of bringing their Bibles
to school and church; lesson leaves arc
L'ood but must not crowd the Bible out of
the Sunday school; teach from the open
Mr. Alden thought leaves good
in their place; a scholar go
ing into Sunday school without his Bible
was like a soidier g"ing to battle without
his arms; know a portion of tho lesson by
Prof. Towne The subject of the lesson
should be so thoroughly iu the head and
heart that helps at the class hour will not
Mr. Paxson said : Lesson leaves were driv
ing the Bible out of the Sunday school more
and more every year and it ought not to lie
Prof. Jerome spoke of a superintendent
who made every one hold up their Bibles,
and the empty hands he supplied.
Father Paxson: Lesson leaves were not
gotten up to If tm rtpon, but to use at home
as uids to study.
Song "In the Blessed Bible."
if :00 Father Puxson gave one of Mr.
Moody's Bible 'readings. Topic: "The
Gift of the Holy Spirit."
Scripture was explained by Scripture;
and Mr. Moody uml comments rend by the
leader, thesu comments being interspersed
between references read by tho members of
Singing "Seeking for Me.'1
8 :80 Question Drawer Tho variety of
fpiestions and answers were of on interest
Song "Bf Active.11
CAIRO BULLETIN7: THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE
Further questions and general discussion
was instructive mid amusing.
Touching closing remarks were made by
Prof. Jerome and Father Paxson. requesting
prayes-K for coming county conventions, as
they go on their way to hold them.
Singing "Blt be the Tic That Binds,"
Benediction, by Rev. Mr. George.
Was devoted to an hour of song, conducted
by prof. Towne.
The following resolution was offered by
the Rev. Mr. Morrison and adopted by the,
Whehkas, Prof. T. Martin Town, of
Chicago, Illinois, has very greatly added to
the enjoyment of our convention ami
shown our hearts the beauty of song, ami
led us all nearer the God of
all pruiso, thereby inspiring our
minds and hearts to go out from this gath
ering "singing and making melody in our
hearts to the Lord," thereby gladdening
our own lives, nnd the lives
of those along our pathway; ami
Wiikiieas, This hour of song and in
struction in Sunday school musie has shown
us "Land Ahead" in the possible attain
ments in the management of voice ami heart
in this pleasant and profitable department
of Sunday school work ; therefore
Resolved, That the unfeigned and unani
mous thanks of this convention are hereby
tendered to Prof. Towne for his services,
and that our gratitude and best wishes will
follow him ever.
Beneiliction by lk-v. Mr. Morrison.
Thus closed the most interesting Sunday-
school convention ever held in Alexander
I will sell on easy terms my farijsit-
uated in Pulaski county, containing One
Hundred and Sixty Acres in cultivation,
good improvements, in all respects; situated
three miles northeast of Caledonia.
Mathew Roach .
For information, apply to John Ilogan.
James Fisk, Paducah.
James Gilmore and tow, St. Louis.
Jtob't Mitchell, Cincinnati.
I)e Smct, St. Louis'.
Enterprise and barges, Memphis.
J. C. McMillen, St.' Louis.
James Fisk, Paducah.
Jam bGilinore.and barges, St Louis.
Rob't Mitchell, New Orleans,
le Smet, Paducah.
Enterprise and barges, Ohio River.
J. C. McMillen, Mound City.
The rivers continue to fall, and will soon
I about as low as they generally get, un
less a rise takes place within a few days.
The James Fisk had a pretty good trip
in from Paducah yesterday. She was in
with her usual promptness.
The John Gilmore, with a tow of empties,
arrived from St. Iui yesterday morning.
She went back yesterday afternoon with
two barges of coal.
The Robert Mitchell, from Cincinnati
had a big lot of freight on her arrival, and
after adding 150 tons, and about 60 tons of
fuel, which put her flat in the water, she
tixik her departure for New Orleans.
The Cherokee arrived from Memphis
with a gixxl up-stream trip early yesterday
morning. She remained in port alout two
hours and took her departure for Cincinnati.
The Dt-Smet, from St. Louis, had a good
cargo, considering this is her first trip in the
St. Louis and Paducah trade. She will
make weekly trips in this trade hereafter
and hopes to be able to share the patronage
of our people with the Fisk.
The Enterprise, with a tow of empties,
passed up the Ohio from Memphis.
The St. Louis transfer steamer J. C. Mc-
Mullin. passed up the Ohio for Mound
City, where she will go on the ways and re
ceive a complete overhauling at the hands
of dipt. W. L. Hambleton.
Wanted. A business man with some
means as partner or on salary for a coin
minion business. Address C, Planters
Dmis, Pixss. I will commence on July
1st, and continue until January 1st, to
iiHNMind and destroy all dogs within tho
city limits that are not properly tugged.
Owners of dogs for information can read
chapter 14, sections 14, 15, 10, 17 and 18, of
the city ordinances, also sections 2(1 and 27
of chapter 14. Checks will be furnished by
applying at Police headquarters, from this
date. C. I). Autku, City Marshal.
June 21, 1878.
LKTTI E COLEMAN'S LA US D HY.
Mrs. Lottie Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, between Wash
ington nnd Commercial avenues, and takes
this method of informing her old friends
and patrons that she is ngain at their ser
vices, and solicits their patronage. She
has reduced prices to suit the times.
'View ol .Marriage!
A (iulde to 'Wedlock nnd
ri'iitldentlal treatise on Ihe
i at e ul marriage and the
AND riiuse that unflt for It; Ihe
Hf 1MM A 1 1 VWcret of Keprodiiclloii and
, L.t It Itli ivl 1'thc IH"CRc of Women. A
l ook for private, considerate reading., iM) puges,
Price ,VJ ci .il..
A PK1VATE MEDICAL ADVIrJKHI
On all disorder of a private nattiro arising from
self abuse, exrense. or secret disease, w ith the beat
mean of cum, !W I large page, price 00 cent .
A clinical lecture on the above rilaciiM) and Utoac
of the throul. lung, catarrh, rupture, the opium
hnhlt. i tc. price 10 cent,
Kit her book neiil pont -pnld on receipt of price: ot
nil three, containing SOU pa get, beautifully llluatra
AddrvM DU. HVTTS, So. 12 N. StU it., Hi. Louli
SEW A J) VERT1SEM EXTS.
gPECIAL ELECTION NOTICE.
In pursuance f ordinance No. 10, of the Cltv of
in, "'i " ,llH ''""my of Aleaiidur and Mute of
111 no!, entitled, -An Ordinance providing for tho
holding of a Hpeclal Election and ubmlnnion of
the quention of bnulnir bond, under the urt therein
named, approved June 5th. MS. public notice I
'".'!? H'V" 4 N"''-IhI Election will he held oil
inlDAv. the 'Uknty-hkvexth l'AV
. OP Jt'NE, A.I) is;x.
In the aeveral ward of ald city of Cairo at the
Atheiieum HiiildiiiK In the flrntwardi at tho Itouuh
and Keadr Engine HiiIMIiil'. In the necond ward:
t the illbernlun Kuulne lltilldlui;, In the third
ward; at the Court lloiie lu the fourth ward; and
at tho More lloune liuildliiK of Jamea Carroll, cor
ner Commercial Avenue and Tweulv-Eljhth ntreet.
In the fifth ward for the purnimeof voting upon
tbeqilcntiou of the Inmiance of new bond bv nald
Clly, under the act of the Lilnlature of nald Hlate,
entitled "An Act rcliitlntf to County and Cllv debt,
and to provide for the pavmenl thereof by taxation
111 nuch Countie and Cltlen; approved Keliruiirv
l:th, 1S05. and to amend the title thereof," approved
aud In foro April 7th, 1ST7. and aell .aid new
bond to ralnu money to purchase or retire out
landini,' bond of aid City a npcclfled In aald
ordinance. Which new bond nhall con.lnt of 110
bond, numbered 1 to 1 to, of the denomination of
Jluui each; mi) bond numbered ill toiMO, of tho
denomination of $ each; a) bond numbered
:W to Mi), of the denomination of $lui each; and
tit bond numbered .Ml to TU. of the denomination
of $.'l) each, making a total of Ttn bond, of the air
Krcu'tite amount of fiTiMui, beini about per
centum of the mini totul of all the outntiindlnij
bond proponed to be retired. All of nuld new
bond to bear date July LISTS, and draw interest
ul the rate of nix per centum tier annum from date
until paid, both principal and Interest to be pavuble
at the Pir-t .National Hank of New York, iii the
Cltv and State of New York, in neml annieil in
ntallmeiitn. on the Intdnyn of January- and Julv of
each vear. alter iIhIii of nald bond, 'and runiilni;
through a period of Ul' j year, a follow, to wit:
Elu'ht eiial neml-annuiil iiintullmentn of H percent
o! the luce of nuld bond for and ilnrln the first
fon r yearn ; :m equal neml-aniiual inntallmentn of ft
per cent of tbu lace ot nald bond for ami durum
the next T yearn; and one final install u! of the
remainder of orfnclpal and Inter. t of nald bonds at
the end of laid lll't years; each and all of nuid In-
nianmeijji to tie evidenced l,y coupon to be at
tached lo naid bonds, and payable onlv upon pre
neiilatlon and surrender of nuch coupon; aud said
bond to be lilno nnrretidered and (lineliureil upon
payment ol nuld coupon for final InntiillmMitn.
The proceed ol sale of which nald Two llutidrcd
and Seventy Thousand Dollars new bondn to be
expended under the direction of the proper corpor
ate authorities of nald City in the purchase or retir
lug of each and all of nald outniandliiK bonds and
for noother purpose whatever.
At which naid Special Election there will he sub
mitted to the h trul voter of naid Cltv, the said
quentlon of Issuinir the raid new bond,' under the
naid Act approved and In force April T. IS", lu
manner and form and for the purpose aforesaid.
All ballots cast at said Special Election in favor
of the said question submitted a aforesaid, nhull
read: "Kor in-uliiL' the Bonds;-' and all ballots
cast aitaliiM said que-tioii. shall read: "Auiilnst i.
nuliiR the Hond." Poll- at said election will be
open at the hour of eihl o'clock iu the morniiii! of
said day of election, nnd continue open until sevcu
o'clock In the afternoon of the name day, when
they will be closed. J. B. 1'IIII.I.IS,
City Clerk of nald City of Cairo.
Caibo. III., JcnkU, 1ST8.
ORDINANCE NO. 111.
AM OniUXAMfK 1-IUiVllllNO roH TIIK IIOI.IHNO or A
nPKIAL ELKCTION AND arKMInsloN OPTHIVCK-
tios or laacisii Bond i-.nukh the act tiikiikin
WiinitA. (W.etltlon of ten Jural voters, resi
dent in theciJfl'airi. Illinois, has been presented
to the City Couflffl of the city of Cairo. reprenentliiL'
to nald Council: r '
Pirnl That naid cltv ha heretofore Issued It
muulcipul bondn. which are hlnuitii:. ntibninlim; and
leual utilisations of said city, and Ihe same, to an
amount far lu excess of naid city's ability to puy, re
main outstanding and unpaid: all of which nuld out
standing bonds can. aa aald petitioner believe, be,
pnrrhased and Mired at about fWv renin on the
dollar by the Issuance and nalc of new bond lor a
much lenn amount and drawing a lower rate ol In
terest thau naid outstanding bond, under and in
pursuance of the act entitled "An act to amend an
act entitled -An act relating toconntrandcitvdebt.
and to provide fur the payment thereof bv tiixatiou
in uch touutlei and cltle,- approved February IS.
)si5. and to amend the title thereof," approved' and
In force April -.7. 1ST7.
Kecond-That to the end iforcaid. the said pe
titioner believe that it I the wish of the majority
of the legal voter of nald city that the proper cor
porate authorities of naid city nhall Issue new bond
under .aid act and sell the
name (utsunding to raise money to
of the denomination of 1.1U) each : hond. num
bered 141 to S4u. of the denomination of .') each;
a) bond.. nmbered S41 to MO. of the denomination
of tHWeaci; and 'JW bond, numbered Ml to 71.
of the denomination of $M each; making a total
of 740 bond of the aggregate amount of t'.TO.UOO.
belnglbout SO per reuluin of the num total of all
aid tulatanding bond proponed to be retired. All
of aakl new bond to bear date July I, 18TH. and
draw Interest at the rate of lx per centum per an
num rom date until paid both principal and Inter
est lobe pavahle at the Firnt National llauk of New
Y'ork.ln the city and Hate of New Y'ork, III aeml
annntl Instalment, on the 1st day of January and
Julv f each year after date of said bonds, and run
nine rhrouch a nerlod of 1H'4 years, a follow, to
wit. 'lz: S equal semi annual Instalments of 3 per
cent, of the face of said bond for and during the
first4vears: ail equal aeml-aHliuul instalment of 5
per cent, of the face of said bond for and durldg
the next 15 vear; aud one final Instalment of the
remainder of principal and Interest of said bonp
at theelU of said 1114 years each and all of said In
stalment! to be evidenced by coupon to be attached
to said h mil aud pnyuhle only upon presentation
and surrender of surh coupons, nnd said bond to
lie also nirreiidered and discharged upon payment
of naid coupon for final Instalment. The proceed
of the si le of which said two hundred and seventy
thousuul dollars new bond to be expended tltlder
the direction of the proper corporate authorille of
naid cltv In the pnn base or retiring of each and all
of said iKitstauding bonds; aud for uo other purpose
And proving that said Council will submit to the
legal voters of said city at a special election to In
ordered for such purpose, the question of Issuing
bonds under said act. iu numlicr and amount, uml
w ith Interest and of the tenor and effect and lor the
purpose aforesaid. Ill manner and form as aforesaid,
ami us proMiieu in nnu in nu n, i iuu,--im, hum
WimiK.is. Said Council irtjleslrous aud willing lo
call said special election aiii'submlt said questions,
s pruved in said petition; therefore
He It ordained b.v the city council of the city of
Section 1- That a npcclul election be held on
Thursilnv. the Twenty-Seventh day of June, .. i).
1STS. in the several wiirds in tin- City of Cairo- at
the Atheneiiiu Building, iu the firs! ward: at the
Kotigh and lieuilv Engine Building. In the second
ward: at the Hibernian Engine ltiiilding. In the.
third ward: at the Court House, in Hie fourth ward;
Fourth ward: and at the rloru house building of
Jiitue Carroll, corner Commercial avenue nnd
Twentv-elglith street. In the Fifth ward for the pur
pose afore-iiid: at w hich said speciul elect ion. there
shall he submitted to the legal voter of said clly
the question of issuing the said bold under lin
net aforesaid III manner ami form and for the pur
pose specified iu Ihe preamble to this ordinance and
a therein net forth.
Skition 4. TIihI said special elertlon shall be
held, and due notice thereof shall lie given by the
Cltv Clerk of said City, anil Ihe ballot cast thereat
shall read, ill manner and form as required by Ihe
said Act approved and lu lone April 'Ji. 1ST".
Al'l-iiovEii: June 5. 1TH.
Mavoiu itt orCAittn.
J. II. Pliil.l.is, CiTrCt.riiK.
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP
Yi;lcax Iuox AVorks
UllClIIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
John T. Ilomiie,
H AVISO established hlswork at the nhnve men
tinned place I better prepared than ever for
manufacturing Sleuin Engine and Mill Machinery,
Having a Slentn Hummer uml ample Tool, the
manufacture of all kinds of Machinery. Itiillroad,
Steamboat and Bridge Forging iiiaile a apeclulty.
Especial attention given to repair of Engine uml
Brass Castings of all kind mnde to order,
Pipe Fitting In all It brunches.
TOT1C1-: OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
To WHOM IT MAY (ONcnitN !
The iniilerplgncd, administrator of the estate of
of Moses llulson, deceased, hereby give mil lie
that he will make a final report of hi act ami
doing a such administrator, io tlm County Court
of Alexander County, at I lie August term tlterof,
A. D. 1K-.H, to wit ; On Monday, August imh. IHYH.
and will then anil there ask for a full and final
settlement of the account, and for a discharge
from nil further liability at administrator of aald
JAMES E. McCRITE,
June 11th, 18TB.
Are not advertised a "rorc-alla" but are peclflci in
the dlnease for which they are recommended,
IN VESTIOATORH of natural nrlenc have demon
trated lievond controversy that throughout the
animal kingdom the "survival of the Attest" 1 the
only law vouchsafing thrift and perpetuity. Hoes not
the same principle govern the commercial prosperity
of manr An Inferior can not supersede apurt
article. By reason of superior merit Dr. Plerce'a
Standard Medicine have outrivaled all other.
Their ale in.lhe I'nited State alone exceed one
million dollar per annum, while the amount ex
ported fool up to aeveral hundred thousand more.
No busines could grow to uch gigantic propor
tion aud rest upon any other basis than that o
Dr. Safe's Catarrh Remedy
IS PLEASANT TO USE.
Dr. Sage's' Catarrh Remedy
It cure extends over a period of A) years.
Its sale constantly Increases.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Curea by It mild, aoolhlng effect.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Cures cold In head and C'utarrh, or Ozocna.
An Open Letter-It Speaks for Itself:
HiM-KPonT. Mas.. April 2. 1ST7.
In. Editor: Having read In your paper the re
port of the remarkubic cure of catarrh, I am in
duced to tell what i know about catarrh, and I fan
cy the "KtiufT' and inhaling tube" makers mere
dollar grabber would lie glad If thev could embla
r.on a similar cure in the paper. For twenty yeara
I have suffered with catarrh. The nasal passage
became completely closed. Snuff, dust, ashes, In
haling tubes and sticks would not work, though at
intervals I would snuff up the so-called catarrh ntifl
until I became a valuable tester for such medicine.
I gradually grew w.rse. and no one can know how
much 1 suffered or what a miserable being wa. Mv
head ached over my eyea so that I was confined tii
my bed for manv successive days, suffering the most
Intense pain, w liich at one time lasted for IfiH hours.
All sense of tunic and smell goue, sight and hearing
gone, perron system shattered and constitution
broken, and I wa hawking and spitting seven
eighth of the time. I prayed for death lo relieve
me of my suffering. A favorable natlce In your
paper of Dr. Sage' Catarrh Remedy induced me to
jitirchase a package and use It with Dr. Hage'a nasal
douche, which applies the remedy by hvdroslalic
pressure, the only way compatible with common
sense. Well. Mr. Editor. It did not cure me in three
fourth of a second, nor in one hour or month, hut
in less than eight mlnutea I wa relieved aud in
three month curcil aud have remained o for over
16 months. While using tho Catarrh Remedy I used
Dr. Pierce (iolden Medical Discovery to purify my
blood and Urongthen my stomach. I alio kept my
liver active and how-el regular bv the nsc of hit
Pleasant Purgative Pelleta. If my experience will
Induce other stifforer to seek the same mean of re-
uei, mis ieiii-r win nave answereu it purpose
. D. KEN
CLOUD OF W'ttvt."- -
...mt-u persona are amonir the
ueYjVsnfU' who have been cured of catarrh by the
use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedv:
A F Down. New Ucneva. Pa; 1) J Brown St. Jo
rpn. Mo; E C Lewi. Rutland Vt; Cba Norcron,
North Chesterfield. Me; Milton Jones, Mcrlba, N Y ;
J B Miller. Brldger Htalloa. Wr; t V Merrrioan,
M M Post, Logannport, Ind: J W Bailey, Tremont,
Pa: II B Avera. Laporte. Ind; Jesse M Sean. Fort
Branch, Ind; L L William. Canton. Mo; W W
Thaver. Onarga, III; 8 B Nirhol. Jr, tialvcston,
Tex: F Relnert, Stonevllle, Pa: H W I.usk, McFar
laud. Wis; Johnsou Wllliama, llelmlck.O; Mr M
A Cum-. Trenton. Tenn: J (J Jolln. Keene. N II;
A J Casper. Table Hock, W Va; I.ouls Antler,
liravsport, O; C II Chase, Elkhart; Ind; Mr Hen
ry ilalght. San Francisco, Cal; .Mr EM tiallnsha,
I.awrencevllle, N Y; W J (iruham, Adel, lo; A O
Smith. Newman, tia: ('has K Rice. Baltimore, Md;
Jesse M Sears. Carlisle. Ind: Dan B Miller, Fort
Wavue. Ind: Mr Minnie Anialsc. SIO Delancy-t,
Si; II V Hall. Hastings, Mich; Wm V Marston.
Lowell. Mass; Mr CJ spnrton. Camden. Ala; C V
Kaw. Frederlcktown. O: Mr Lucv Hunter. Farm
ItiL'ton. Ill: Cant E J Stiaulditig. Camp Stamhatigh.
Wy; I W Tracy, Steamboat Rock, lo; Mr Lvdia
Waite. Shoshan. N Y: J M Peck. Junction City,
Mont; llenrv Une' Bantas, Cal; I P Cummlng.
Itantotil. IU: S E Jones. Poeheston. hour Corners,
N Y; Ueo F Hall, Khonlo, Cal; Wm E Bartrie,
sterling Pa; II P Sam, Ms Penn-st. Plttshurg.Pa; J
U Jackmiili, Mlsuel a l)e mii, ivy; nenrv .ouisi, ncn
eva. N Y : Hattie Parrot. Montgomery. Ohio: I. Led
work, Chatham. Ill: S B McCoy, Nu-hport. O; W W
Warner. North Jackson. Mich; Mury A Wlnne, Da
rien. Wis: John ZleL'ler. Carllse Spring. Pa: Jut
Tompkins, St Cloud, M Inu: Enoch Duer, Pawnee
City. Neh; Joseph T Miller. Xenla, O; 8 H Nichols,
tialvestoii, lex; 11 1. Laiiil. I pper Aiion, in; noun
Arizona: .Mrs ancv iiranani, ror-
est drove, Oregon;
j W Roberts, Maricopa, Art-
Golden Medical DiscovePvY
la ulteratlve, or lilnod cleauslug.
Golden Medical Discoveuy
Golden Medical Discovery
Is a Cliolngogue. or Liver Stimulant.
Golden Medical Discovery
Golden Medical Discovery
It- reason of II nlteriillvu propertle rnrc dl-ae
of the blood and skin, a scrofula or king' evil; tu
mors; ulcers, or old sore; blotches; pimple
and eruption-. By virtue of It pectoral propertle
It run s bronchinl. throat and lung affections: Incip
ient consumption; lingering coughs and chronic
laryngitis. Its cliolagogtiu iualllles reiiin r it an un
ein'iiileil reiiu ilv fur biliousness, tortild liver, or -'ill'
cr complaint;'' and It tonic properties make It
equally efilcaeioiis iii curing indigestion, loss ui ap
tietlte and ilv stieosia.
Where Ihe'skln Is sallow and covered with blule he
and pimples, or where there are scrofulous allec
Hons mid swellings, a few bottle oft, olden Medlra
Discovery will effect mi entire euro. If you feel
dull, drowsy, debilitated, have sallow color ot saw,
vi.llitut.ti. tipituii .milM itn rlii'ii nn hiiili. freiiuellt
hei'idiieiie or dlrr.llies. bad taste In mouth. Internal
heat or chill ailernuted with hot Hushes, low spirit
Hint I'liiiimv fnrebiidliiir. IrrrL'tiliir antietltii and
tongue coated, you am suffering from torpid Hyer
or lUllnusnes. In miiiiy case of ilver complaint
onlv oiirt of theo svniiitoins are extierli'ticed. As a
remedy for nil such cases, Dr. Pierce's Hidden Medl
cal Discovery has unequal, as It efb-cls perfect cures,
leaving; (lie uvvr ireui.'tlieueu anil ucuiiuy.
The People's Medical Servant
DR. K. V. PIERCE
I the sole proprietor nnd mnimlnrtnrcrot the foW'
io,iiiir remi.ille. all of which are sold by druggist"'
lie I ulso the author of the People' Common Sense
Medical Adviser, a work or ncaly one thonsand
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