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CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 6, 1881.
jj I'rtpiuHfroriiM'n V tioplcal g $
fiu.u and plant. 1 3
Is the Best and Mosi
in the World.
For Constipation, IilllotiHiieHH,
lli-atlaclio, Torpid Liter, Hem
urrholtlH, IiicUhposltioii, und ull
Ulnorritrsi arising from an ot.
Htrucli-d Htate of the Nyhtt-tii.
Ladle hii'I children, arid ll iohi. who dUUko
Uklnif illU hihI iiHimt-nUH riiwlirlm. are espu.
dully pleuw-d llh lu UKri i ul.li) ulillim.
TltOI'Il'-I-'Itt IT I.AXATIVK may ho iw-d
In ull i'iiiw' Unit need Urn ulil iif H .iirirtillvi.,
cathartic, or iipi-rlenl mullet in-, und while ll pro
One, the smeii result n m,. mo-nli nnmi-d. it in
entirely free from the usual niij.-clliiii cmniMi
tu them. I'urkrtl liiliroiiu-i' lui boeaoiil ).
Price 25 cts. Large boxes 60c.
Sold p.y all first-class Dhuggists.
HOW TO Cl'KE.
CONSUM I'TIOX, CO IIS,
COLI'S, ASTHMA, CliOri'.
All diseases of the Throat, I.ut.rH and Pulmonary
USE ACCORDINC '' DIRECTIONS.
Allen's lunix ISalsam.
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II All I CU 1 ' h" -1". Iutn. l.i
lrt. Hr . u lin.pjf. I'j Luiil.. I'r'.&l
MRS. LYDIA E. P1NKHAM.
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
For all Female Complaints.
Thlaprsparati'ie. M IU turn ltrniu'tt, comIjU (f
Vriti Uti 1-r iru that are turns. ) to Uw rauat del
icate loralM. I'p'mnw trial thunrrtt of Ull Com
pound H1 to rrvfUrd.rU f l tmmrdiAlo i and
ton 1U oar ii cvul;nui-i, la lrut j nine cam la a tan.
drvd, MrinwMBt'upU(T'-ii.lAtbnanda will u
utj. Ui aa .Kint of lu (.roTt a ru.rlu, tt Ii tMtarr
oouimrnled and pneri!.l by tLu Lett Jlij'.kiani In
It ill rur fntlnly Hi .rt firm r.f fllln(
"f lh utriji, Ixururrh'im, lrr"ulr and ilnfuj
Jl' nstnut1"n,aj itirlaa Tn kiW, luMamnuUlun anl
ClrttaticiD. Tll4.-,aUIilpivmTti umI tl oca-n-juinl
;':! umliim, and U i-iTuUly aUtl t'
tho ChniiKe nf Ufi It will diioolt and txp-l tumor
from tlt- uU.nu.luan narly Rttf t( d-rtltmttnt. The
trndi ory t ranwrooa humom thiT U flkrkcl ery
laUly liy In ur.
In fait It Lu tjriv-d to b tb (rrat
Mt and lit r"m)y Ikat ba Tr hwn dlacorer
1 d It wmuatt't prrry 1-irtU'Q of Ui ryidrm, and grn
o UfcaoilTif'jr. It riovMf'Untnrai.fUio!nr7, d
troytallcrarioi f or atlffiulaiiu. and rUtm weakBfM
of the itomah
rurrt IlloMIng, ncadai-hra, Krrnvi rrmtratlrin,
UrncraJ In blllty, Sl.il.m.i, tk'pri'naioa and lodl
prrtl'in. Ttiat fofllnif of Wring don-n, rauainff iln,
vtitfht aud baikachr, Ir alwaya permanently enrtd I y
itauw. It wtllataU Uni, andundtrail clrcuuutaa
cm. art In harmony wlthtliu lan U.t gurcnia Ui
K t Kii!ii' yf'.)niiliilntof rltlw r tds coraiwiod
Lydia L. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
1 pn tAriHl at i3 and Mi Wwtrrn Aunu-, I.ytin, UaM.
I"nvjl(i. Sit b'.tllciforl.'.Wi. 8iitlryina)ltatb
fom. rf r.H, alr.ln the fiirm of lyib'niri, on irrrlit
irf.rlrr, l.n, wr txi, f.r Htticr. Mm. I'LN'KIUM
frlj atMwrra all 1 m of lniulry. Rrnd fur jkuu
ph.tt Ad.Lrrrualvre Imt'n ttt io;rr.
Su family fluHb without LYUU L 1'INKIl.VU'
UVKU 1'II.LS. They curti Conrtliwtloa, IUUuuaucat
andTurvld.tr of the Urcr. U oinU tr box.
K!C1!A1I)S0N & CO., St. Louis Mo.
Wliolwi:.' acDiitu r,,r LVUIA E. I'INKIIAM S
V i . Com ou ml .
CO 51 ro UND
Y E U P
Premature Dccliuo, Etc. Etc"
rrumnturi! Decline; CoumnnitUmt Brochltln;
ArtlmiR! HK'Mllri( from tl) Lunsi' Iul ittntlon,
Fei'tili'uocs ami Interrupted Action of the Ik'Srt:
Dull oi SHh-kMi Action or the Liver; DyfiuiKln;
Kliitiiii!iici',nrt ull Win-tliiR lilfcaHeii Wi'iikiicrH
and Trembling of tlio Lliuhn, ami Want of Vitality
lu mi; Ornn, onllvvHiu caQKud hy mca at of
vitality ' 'i
AUE ALL SICCUSSrULLY AND RAPIDLY
TREAT Kl) BY THIS REMEDY.
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IH'iir Hir.-Dur hit the pact ln I hnvo
fei-w. Mini V 1IIU1IUIIIUI CYni 111 liyiniinoriiuien r
fulr tlioiith n)uii!Wbat('veru trlnl lu my nrartlru.
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' ' o rjii-nn w nil r.lllllllieiltr III HI" ,-lll'll.li
III roHtorliii! Imthuuk hiiI'itIiik from I'liiaclntloti aud
uiu imim.. uiiiuwuiii iiininuria it mi uoiio won
.l.,fa l roliKtiiii,iu u ..... i.. .ii .a...
,..i". - ru(..,piiiijiriiu nn uniT ill nil niiei;.
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uiiiiniuuiiu ii nnn (jiveu ruiici. iiiiq inu
putieiitu ru '"overimr. Atmiii thuno ro
ciiiiiiiiiiiivu in... on uronrhliU Klili ect, whone
illKoitKL-n have rcr nlutl lu ,,lur ,11)d(m ()f fr(JRt.
meiit. Knr Imimlrc'l illwatt,,,,, nmI fuCt f(ir
1,1111V from any caun ., I know of noihliiir ciimil to
It. ItMIiri'Cii'ii -i-i ' r ni!ini;iilu n, nervou.
vHium, run"' ir v:",. "u "Jorny or t in
oam'r. I aim, fir, oum truly, '
tfTD" not ho tlflMdvr-il hy remodltta honrmi a
almllnr nn''."! '' !lll'r l,r,,P"rntlon U a nub
atltuto for thin. iiniU f any clriMimainiicci.
SOLD BY ALLPKUGGI8T8.
1 V ..O '. T
THE DAILY liUIJiETIN.
(Kt'i'ulur MuttiriK )
CufN'CIL ClIAMllLlI, I
Caiko, III.. Jan. 4tli, f
iVesciit Mayor Tliistlcwood und Ahlcr
mcn Illuke, I lal liJay, Ifowlcy, Ilinkh;,
I'ctitt, Sinitli and Swoboda 7.
Abseut Lincgar, 1'utierand Simp :. ,
On motion of Aldcnnau Pcttit, ininutiis
(.1 the liift regular and iotervc-nin meet
ings were approrcd witliout reading.
UKrOKTB Of Ol'KK T.HH.
Roport ot D. J. Foley, city comptroller,
for the month of November, showing
tho expenditures und Imlancrs in
the several appropriation lunds up to I)e
foil WHAT ' Ol'HT.
Hoard of Health..
1 re: Hqmrtmclit.
Huilroail atrip ...
..'I I VI l
. i mi
t a v.i
1 '.'.'( 30
.'ii 14 irt'
it; s iii
'm.'i ll Wi 01. T.'i
On motion ot Alderman Pettit received
Hnd ordered printed with the proceedings.
Report of Edward Df.onia, city treas
urer, for the month of December, was huh
mitted and re.ad. On motion of Alderman
Halliday, referred to city comptroller for
Ri-port of D. J. Foley, city comptroller,
on report of EJ ward Dezonia, city treasurer,
for month of Noveiulxr, referred to him lor
verification, reported same correct.
On motion sf Alderman Swoboda, re
ceived and filed.
Report of John II. Robinson, city mars
hal, for whole of police force, showing
numlK-r of arrests made and fines assessed
during month of December, was submitted
On motion ot Alderman Ilowlcy received
Report of Geo. E. Olmsted, police mag
istrate for month of December was submit
ted and read.
On motion of Alderman Pettit, referred to
city attorney for verification.
Rpport of 0. A. Osborn, J. P., for month
of December, was submitted, and on mo
tion. Alderman Smith, referred to city attor
ney for verification.
Pu-port of A. Comings, J. P. lor month of
December, was submitted and read.
On motion ot Alderman Pettit, received
Report of John Cain, city jailor, for
month of December, showing nombcr of
days prisoners committed and served was
read, and on motion of Alderman ilowley,
was received and filed.
( hits. Thruiip, city engineer submitted
report on estimated cost of construction ot
sewer, a per resolution of council, on Com
mercial avenue, from Firt to Seventeenth
btreets, also submitted for consideration,
and suggested as a necessity, a sewer of
larger capacity than treated ia the resolu
tion, giving estimated cost of construction
of brick 6ewer, egg-shape.
Oc motion of Alderman Howley, received
HEPOnTS OF COMMITTEES.
Committee on streets, by whom was re
ceiyed bids for lighting city, reported Lav
iug received a bid from Cairo City Gas Co.
and referred same to council without rec
On motion of Alderman Blake, repoit
laid on table until next meeting
Ordinance committee as per instructions
of council, reported the following ordi
nance. Ordinance read first time:
ORDINANCE NO. -.
An ordinance to amend an ordinance entitled "An
ordinance protulinu' for tho aalo of certain pur
tionn of I'M Ici t at ' ri of ground known as rail
road atrip and for lnvinc out, i-tiihUihii)2 and
improving Railroad Aliey. approved May 14. IM,
He it ordained by the City Couutil of thu city of
Se?tio 1. That the ordinance named In ti
title hereof, approved May 14. 1HS0, bo and the
tho name In hereby so amended an to make all that
m.riinn of knllroid Alley Ivlne between Fourth
and Second el rrets, nixiy feet in width, with lot"
ftuuttlnc on either aide thereof, twenty fret In
depth, Instead of a in "aid ordinance provided;
the remaining portion of Railroad Alley In caid
ordinnuco provided for and the lota abuttinp there
on to be aud remain aa in aald ordinance provided.
Suction t. That laid ordinance ou ana ine aauie
la hereby further amended no aa to provide that
the city of Cairo ahall only expend upon tho Im
provement f aatd portion of Railroad Alley, lying
between Kourth und Second (itreet. Biich inmi of
money aa mav bo reallred by the city from tho sale
of lota abnttliiK thereon.
On motion of Alderman Smith, report
received and ordinance laid over under the
Finance committee rcportod having re
ceived from Edward Dczonia, city treas
urer, twenty-four hundred and sixty-threo
51-100 dollars in general city ordors, can
celled and in cancelled orders on Railroad
Strip luud thrco hundred and sixty two
19-100 dollars, ull of which they have this
day ilistroyeu ny burning.
Clerk read petition of M. E. Tower, T.
W. Leahigh, M. Tessier and others, asking
for the construction of a sidewalk on cast
sice of Poplar, between Tenth and Twelfth
Oa motion of Alderman Blake, referred
to committee on streets.
CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTB.
Salary bill of city officers for tho month
of Docomber was presented and read aa fol
lows, viz :
N. II. Thintlewood, mayor $-11 C7
D. J. Foley, citv clerk 00
Edward Dezouin, treasurer..
, . . . 50 00
J. II. Robinson, tnurhlu! 73 00
AViii. I!. Gilbert, corporation counsel. 01 7
W. E. Hendricks, city attorney lid H-'J
George E.OImsted, police magistrate. 2.'j 00
.I.C. Lai I uc, police constable 0 00
Henry Dtinker, police constable.. . HO 00
John I'. Hogan, " " .... HO 00
W.F.Shiickerrt, " " .... GO 00
Warren Wims, " " .... 10 00
John Tyler, " 11 .... i0 OlJ
P.Muhtiiiey,21 days, " .... -18 00
Clius. Thrupi), city engineer 7". 00
Alderman Pettit moved to allow salary
Motion earned by the following vote:
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Howley, Ilinkle,
Pettit, Smith and Swobnda 7.
I.AISOIlON STHKKTS, AT fJl.Sj.
('has. Dunkin, 19 days- $2 CO
P. Masterson, Vt days 10 ffT
M. Monuhan, 3 days 4 03
P. Dowd, 3 days 4 05
(lias. Wheeler, 17J- lays 2:5 63
M. Iloulalian, 5 .J "days 7 42
II. Dawson, 3 days 4 05
J. Wheeler, 4 days C 08
E. Jone?, ) ilnv.s 3 71
J. Keating, 24 H days 33 Ob
John Cain, 7 davs with jail iranir, at
1.50 '. '. 10 50
I.AI10R WITH TEAMS.
E. Jones. 2 days 7 5'i
E. Fitzpatrick, 1 G) days 45 37
P. Fitzgerald, 5 davs 15 b)
D. Thistlewood, 0 days 17 8ft
Thos. Mehan, 4 days 11 00
LAIIOK ON DRAINS.
Tim CifTord, 21 days foreman 42 00
M. Driscoll, 21 davs 28 3C
Thos. Loyd, 21 days 2t 03
John Grady, 20 days 27 00
P. Magner, 11-2 davs 24 f)7
T. Hussian, 20 "days. . . .- 27 00
John Higgins, 21 days 28 35
P. Sullivan, 4 days COS
T. E. Green, 2 j.i days 3 04
J. S. Hawkins, 3 days brick mason . . 9 00
Edward Jones, draying 8 loads lum
ber, at 50 cents 4 00
E. Fitzpatrick, same, at 25 cents. . . 2 00
I). Thistlewood, draying car brick. . 5 00
Peter Waldcr, draying 13 loads lum
ber 3 25
Pat. Waldcr, draying 1 load lum-
J. O. Dounell, draying 3 loads lum
ber 1 25
M. E. Powers, draying'4 loads stone, 1 00
James Mehan, draying 5 load wheel
barrow', etc 2 50
J. S. McGahey, lumber for side
walks SS 75
M. P. Cnllinan, 2 kegs nails 0 50
Win, Minor, 2' davs at citv scales
at $2.50 .' .' 6 25
C. Howard & Son, 428 10-100 cubic
yards rock at f 1.25 535 12
John Forto, laying curbing 64 CO
Tim Gorman, salary as street super
intendent CO 00
C. R. Woodward, Jj dozen shovels.. 5 75
James Powers, repairing tools 4 05
F. Vincent, 4 barrels cement 7 00
T. Furguson, 6 level rods 5 50
C. W. Wheeler, coal, kindling and
stowing tame 4 35
R. II. Cunningham, rent of council
chamber 10 00
Cairo Citv Gas Co., gas consumed in
clerks office 1 00
Cairo Bulletin, publishing proceed
ings etc 13 00
Arab Fire Co., quarterly allowance.. CO 00
Rough and Ready Fire Co., same.. 00 00
Hibernian Fire Co., same 00 00
Delta City Fire Co., same 00 00
Deit:i City Fire Co., to amount paid
for making changes on engine
to fit new hose 5 50
John Cain, dieting prisoners 304
days ..145 00
John Cain, 153 extra meals to pris
oners before trial at 131 20 40
Geo. Lattner, dozens brooms for
jail " 1 50
Cairo City Gas Co., gus consumed in
jail 1 65
A. Comings, percentage on fines col
lected 27 00
O. A. Osborn, same 2 50
W. E. Hendricks, same 18 30
Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed in
police headquarters 7 SO
St. Mary's Infirmary, care ami medi
cine of patients 17 84
E. E. Ellis, printing brief and may
or's proclamation 32 25
C.G.Flaugh, SO lineal feet cross
stone at 25 cts, and 5 cubic
vards rou"h stone at $1.00 25 00
Wni." Jackson, 33 thousand brick
at $7.00 231 00
T. Champion, emptying privy tubs. 12 15
JohnSheehan, 1 day special police
on Dec. 25 2 00
Win. Schulter, same 2 00
Guy Morse, same 2 00
P. Taylor, same 2 00
J. Forto, constructing G8 feet stone
crossing and 4 days resetting
curlw 20 80
N. B. Thistlewood, money advanced
for freight on stone and brick,
and paying for unloading
barge!.... .- ...202 55
S. P. Wheeler, fees In compromise
suit of city ve. Taylor & Par
sons 25 00
On motion of Alderman Swoboda, refer
red to committee on claim.
Cleric read co mmunication of S. P.
Wheeler, special counsel for city in suit of
City of Cairo vs. Taylor & Parsons, stat
ing that, in compliance with directions of
council, ho compromised said claim, re
ceiving $357.20, being fifty per cent, of
gaid claim. To which communication was
attached treasurer's receipt for same.
On motion of Alderman Howley, receiv
ed and filed.
Bond of P. Mahoncy, police constable,
was submitted for approval.
On motion of Alderman Howley, ap
proved. Stato and city liquor bonds ot tho follow
ing persons wero read for upproval :
James J, Bedford & Co. On motion of
Alderman Howley, referred bock for
J. O. Clark, James Cheney. On motion
of Alderman Howley, approved.
Clark & Jouklns. Alderman Ilowley
moved to reject bond on account of it bo
'nS improperlj gigned.
if:08TiVKNE8S::;!E Motion carried.
Mayor reported having released from
jail, Mullie Carson and Andrew Rose,
stating reasons for so doing.
On motion of Alderman Halliday, meet
ing adjourned. D,J. Foley,
Itidiing rile Symptom and Cure.
Tne symptoms are moisture, like pers
piration, intense itching, increased by
scratching, very distressing, particularly at
night, as if pin worms were crawling in and
about the rectum: the private parts are
sometimes affected; if allowed to continue,
very serious results may follow. Dr.
iswayne s All-Healing Ointment is a pleas
ant sure cure. Also, for Tetter, Itch. Salt
Rheum, Scald Head, Erysipelas, Barber's
Itch, Blotches, all Scnly Crusty Cutaneous
Eruptions. Price 50 cents, 3 boxes for $1.25.
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or three cent postage
stamps. I'n pared only by Dr. Swayne &
Son, 330 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all prominent druggists in
Cairo nnd e sewheri
Swayne's I'ills are the best for all bil
ious disorders. Thev ward ofT Chills and
Physicians Keconiiiiend it.
Your Thomas' Electric Oil commands a
large and increasing sale, which it richly
merits. I have always found it exceeding
ly helpful; I use it in all cases of rheuma
tism, as well as fracture and dislocations.
I made use of it myself to calm the pains
of a broken leg withfclocation of the foot
and in two days I was entirely relieved
from pain. " Jos. Beavdin, M. I).
Pall G. Schvh, Agent.
Cocoiis. "Brown s Bronchial Troches
are used with advantage to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial alfec
tions. F'or thirty years these Troches have
been in use, with annually increasing favor.
They are not new and untried, but, having
been tested by wide and constant use for
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank among the few
staple remedies of the age.
The Thuoat. '"Brown's Bronchial Tro
dies'' act directly on the organs of the
voice. They have an extraordinary effect
in all disorders of the throat and larnyx, re
storing a healthy tone when relaxed, either
from cold or over-exertion of tho voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find the Troches use
A Coron, Cold. Cat.mu:h of sore throat
requires immediate attention, as neglect of
tentimes results in some incurable lung dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Trothes" almost
invariably give relief. Imitations are offer
ed for sale, many of which tiro injurious.
The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches''
are sold only in boxes.
Hamcel II. Iuvin, of Ute Creek, Colfax
Co., New Mexico, says: The "Only Lung
Pad" has done more lor my wife than all
the gallons of Cod Liver Oil, French or
American, she has tiikcn, or all the Doc
tor's Medicines she has used. See Adv.
Who want glossy, luxuriant
and wavy tresses of abundant,
beantiful Hair must nso
LYON'S KAT1IAIR0N. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes the Hair prow lVeely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cares gray
licss, removes (landrail and
itching, makes tho Hair
strong, giving it a curling
'tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Heau
tiful, healthy Hair is tho suro
result of using Katliairou,
Notice la hereby utven, Hint on Saturday, the l'th
day of January next, Imtween the hniir of lu
o'clock In the forenoon and H o'clock In tho after
noon of raid tiny, at the. lulu 1m m realdcuce of
Uaac Waldcr. decenii d. In township 17 S. U. i
went. In Alexander and atatoof tllluota. tho pur
aonal property uf hhIiI deceaneil, ronalntlnit of
hoMca, tnuli-H, cattle, bog, fiirmlnn lmplcmuntn
anil machincrv of varloim kind, hniisdiiilil nnd
kitchen furniture nbont S.Wi Imnhcla of eorn,
about S4 til-rex of e,rowiun wheat and other urtklen
will ho cold at public ale,
TERMS OK SALE i l'urcliaacn of lew lhau live
dollar to he paid in hand ; lor that amount und
over, an a cri'd t of nlno inonthn, tho purchaser
elvlnit note, with approved aeeurltv,
KKI.ITZA WA!.m-:i(. Administratrix.
Cairo, 111 Ii ol.s, Dm ember Hii'I. 1SU,
ORrOAUli ICS SALE.
Whercna, Tliomna J Slion ii and Hunan A. Shore.
hla wife, did on the find day of December, 1871, by
thrlreertnliianicmorli.'aiiu.'duly recorded III the
recorder' ofhVe of Alexander coitntv, In volume
"" aio iiftl, mnrtitnint and tell to thu tinder
tinned, lota numbered twenty live i5"i) and tweuty
aln(i)liihloekiitimbcrctloiio(li, In tho third ad
dition to tho rlty of Cairo, Illinois, to aecure tlio
payment of n curtain promlxory note In nld innrt
ihko described. Now, Iherelore. default liavluu
been mnileln the payment of mid note, I will tin
dernnd by virtue of the power of nalo lu uud
niortiiaeo contained, roll
ON MONDAY,, JANUARY 21, W0,
tt the hotirof 'J o'clock In the afternoon of ink!
llav, at tho westerly door of the court hoiiao, In
audi Alexander county, nt public vendue to Hit
blithest bidder for rtsh In hand, toti'lhcr with nil
rlijht nnd equity of redemption of ihn tald inort
liaiiors. (heir heirs nnd nsulitn therein, the prop
erly above described, to satisfy said note, Interest
PATRICK POPE, Mortiragoe.
(JniKN & UiLuiiitT, Attornryi.
03 j 7s
Cuue Your Backache.
And all dl.i ft.es of tho Kidneys, Bladder aud
L'ritiary Oruunn by wuaritiR tho
Improved Excelsior Kidney-Pud
It is a MARVEL of HEALING and RELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It ft: riKP where all else falls. A REVELA
TION and KEVOLl'TION in Medicine. Absorp
tion or direct application, as opposed ;o un
satisfactory liitrroal medicines. Hend for our
treatisu on Kidney troubles, sent freu. hold bv
drunTlsts. or sent by niail.ou receipt of price, $
onHiandn TnE ONLY I.I'Xfi TAB CO
nine Kidney Pad DETROIT.
Ask lor It and Miol.tr,.,
take boot her.
Managers for the Northwest.
Worth Its "Weight Ix Gold
CITEKS PILKS AND BURNS
CUBES PILES AND BUBXS
CUBES PILES AND BUBXS
rTTP17Q nUTS AD T)1u;ises
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. PCIIl'II, Druggist, Cairo, Ills., for Jlrs. Fitunans' ew National
Dyes. For brightness and durability of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 3
pounds, price 15 cents.
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
Will make, for the uext 60 days only, a G rami Offer of
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
SCoO Square Grand Piano for only 8245.
STYLE '.) li-'"l","ent Rosewood case, elepantly finished, 3 MrinpsT 1-3 Octave full patent
"' rmilunte atfrarb. our new patent overstmni: scale, beautilul carved lees and Ivre heavy
serpentine and lar-e fuiiry mouldini: round case, full Iron Frame. French Grand Arthm. i,rn,l n,.
nn-rs. In fact every imuroyenieiit nhli li run
ir)ur 'price for this instrument hoxod and dolivered ou bourd tho cars at New York Clir I'm
wnli l.ne Piano Cover, stool and Hook, only C-it).OW,
I Ins Ptimo wid he sent on lest trial Ph ase send reference il you do cot send nioticv with order. Cash
sent with on i r will be nfuiided and freluht eharces paid by i:s both wave if Pluno is' not just us rep
resented In this imvertlseuieiit. 'I hoiisuiiilF lu use. Send for Cutulopue. Every instiiur.cM inliv v.V
runled for llvu jears. "
PI AT'k3 Sl'0(with Stool. Cover and Rook). All strictly First-class and sold a. Whole
J. IrllAUO '!'' .'Il.c'',rypiice These l'innos nu.deoLe ol the fimtt displin s ut the (mtmnial
Square contain our New 1 "nt.-nt Scale, the ereati st linprnvi incut in the history of Phi
I prluhts are the lltiest in America. Posiliyely we make the tlt.cst Pianos, of the richea
est ilurubilily. 1 hey are recommended by the highest tmislcal authorities in the totu
Ji.Mlioilluu, IIIIU ere UtlllllimOI
... us.-, nun i im tuiti iiis.iiiisueuptiri'iiaser. All riimos and Oreuns sent in l"i iluys test troil-freluht
..i''C,,,nnVVf"',,'rVi1 J,,;ul riil 'nrl",,nh'ffe"vl'iK. PositivelyweoCtrthumst bargain, uj.
KlZ'rn.laJnlnle ald l"trl"U' '""'Q "r 't.a,..
I Y(1 A AQ (,ur"l'"rl')rGrHn(i Jubilee Orcnii."' stye ffi, is the finest and sweetest ti red Reed
UJlI2Vi0 ever oflered the inusiciil public. It contains Five Octaves. Five sets Reeds.
foiiror s', Octaves encli, and one or three Oelnyes, Thirteen Slops with Grand
Vnn , " ,n;.?lnl. K ute (' eleste. Dulcet. Echo, Jlelodls Forte, telestliia. Violiua. Flute-
Forle, lren o o,GraiHOrL'iinaud Griind-swell. hnee Stop. IUIfht 71 inches: Leni-th.W In; Wldli,
f'iu. '. '. i"1" T."f T't''-elsof solid walnut, veueeml wllh choice woods, and is of an
:r.K carved, will, raised pannels. music closet, lamp stands.
urn l"llll f""11'1' , Possesses the latest and l-e.t improvements, with print power,
depth, brll iiincy and sympathetic timlity of tone. Peautilul solo, fleets and perfect Mop action
Reu-ular retail price $:,. Our wholesul,. not cash price to have it introduced, with stool Jld book,
only J:i,ras one ortiiu sell others. Positively no deviation in price Noptmer.t reqiitiid tit. 1 1 1 h i
hnve nilly tested the orifnn In yourowu home Wo send nil Orpins on 15 dnT test trial ami rav Ireliht
both ways If Inslruuient Is tiol as represented. Ftlllv warranti d for S vears. Other styles-R'stop or
pin only $,,: 9 stop, $s.-,: 14 stop., jus. Ovwr W.ioo sold, and every Orc.n has piven tho fuilen tat-
t r ri, I". 'rUJlcl"ir wa led tree . Factory and warerooms, 57tb St. aud loth Ate
SHE HI 31 1 (Sin ? 'ethlrd price. Cataioeuc of Hum choice pieces sent for Sc s'fimp. Tail
muicVl SipiluL, n;hct;,aurho1rarl" f lhC d"V BBd
MENDELSSOHN PIANO CO., P.O. box 2058, New York City.
, i , i .: .. , v
IIIIAV'M SI'ITI1.'10 Ml'llll'tVP.
TRADE MARK.The Great EuKllsli'HJAUE JlltK
Hemi'dy, an un
fia.ll Mi fir cure for
linpolency, unit all
dlstasus that fol
low a a conse
quence of sell
jjciunj iiuautnicmory, universal
lassitiidu, paltMa tho btek. diiu-if,rt Valsl..
lies of vision, premature old nee. lug
and many other disease thut lead to lurnliltyor
consumption nnd nnrciimturo "rave,
Full iiartlciilara In oar pAinplilot, w hich wo de
sire to send free by mall to every one. The spo
clAc medicine I sold by til dnn;i!ist at Jl per
puckuije, six for J5, or will be eent lree hy mull on
receipt of tlio lnotiKy'hy nddivsslnit Til K OKAY
MKDIC1NB CO., No. S .M.-clnnlc block, Detroit
Mich, Sold In Cairo by llarclay llrot., Puut O
Hehuh and Geo. E. O'Uaru.
m. a Outfit sent froo to t
I t rT cnifo In the most p
k rmiluei known.
m f Capital not reutili
vitrvthlnv. 1i)a i
Oatflt sent fro to those who wth to en-
t lHeusnnt anil tirolltnli lu
known, Kvornhlnit new.
iiulred. Wo will furnish
. day and upward 1 vat
easily made, without ttavliiL' wv from
horn ovsr nlKlit, No risk wltttevor. Many new
work'r want ed at once. Mtuy tro making fort
une t the business. Ladles nnka a much at
men, ud yonna boy and vlrl nmae ureal pay. No
onu wno I willing to work fall to mnko ninr
money every day than ran b madolnaweek at toy
other employment. Those who encnte atone
will Und a short road to fortune Addres ii,
IULLKTT ACO..rwran Jialae.
Cnros by ABSORPTION (Nature's way
4 11LUX6 DISEASES.
A TIIKOAT DISEASES.
It DRIVES INTO the system curative teem
and hculin" medicines.
It DRAWS ERoJI the diseased parts the poisons
that cause death .
TIloL'SANDs TESTIFY TO ITS VIRTUES.
You can be Pelieved and Cured
Don't despair until you Lave tried this sensible,
Easily Applied and RADICALLY E F-I-
K C T t' A L Remedy
So'.il by drucsle ts, or seiit by mall on receipt ot
price. $!.(jo, by
.iSali ourTHEOXLY LOG PAD CO.
book "Three DETROIT.
Sent free, -HK "lg.la.
Jlanager for the Northwest.
PJUCE 50 cents and 81.00.
way tend to the perfection cf the lnsinimeia taa
SH rrcomuil til I'l lor ll.l. I olirsf 1 ntirir. '
Jhmo makliiir. The
eat tone und treat-
" r-'n.-M in oiiiiini n ii s in u.e iiiiunrv. .-ter n.is u
pv i ourselves Vy maktne mon-
ll 111 I 11 WK'red, thureby alwtyt
II I J I J I keeplni; poverty from your
door. Those who alwtyt
, . tukf tdvautuKo of the good
chances Tor making money that are offered, general
ly become wealthy, while thos who o uot im
prove such chance remain in poverty. We want
many men, women, boys and girls to do work for us
rli;ht In their own localities, Tho butlncsi will
pay more than ten timet ordinary w tyet, We
furnish tu expvnsensive outlil anil ill that you
nPedfrco. No one who engages Tall to make
money rupldly. Vou can devote your whole time
to the work, or only your tparc moment. Full
Information and all that I needed ent free. Ad
drew BTINSON A CO.. Portland. Varne.
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
STEAM FORGE. ' '
VuioAif Ikon Works
3 OHIO LKVER. CAIB0. ITX9. t
John T. Rehiiie,
HAVING eslabltshcd hi work tt the above msa
tloned place It bettwr prtparrd than ever for
Biaonfactarlnie Dteain KbrIov end KU1 JUaeWaery.
llavlua a tttwun Jlannnur and ajil Tool, the
manufacture of all kiailtof ltaeatr. toad,
Steamboat and Bridge JTorgtAp mAm- y
Kspvoial aMeatlotj flven wpalto( W-4
ripe r ttUtc la aU lu b ranch e, . ,
er w nen t (Somen chance it