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TUB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOJINING, JANUARY 13, 1881.
IIOOTH ANO UIIOKH
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
I.AltOIt ON DKAIKS.
H. JON US.
f :r.,l m .i.... .. An nn
I im viiiuiu, ,i uoja luicuiau wu . . . , ,
M. IJiiscoll, 21 days 28 30 llNDilrhtSl I0Y
Thos. Loyd, 12 day... 16 88
John Orady, 20 days 27 00
1 ' ' J
AtlictHMiiii Uuildiiig Coiiimcmal A v.
'rc. only Hid very Rest Imported Mock and em
ploys l lie mom compel, hi workmen
11. 15 LOOK
Manulscturer and dealer in Custom-made
BOOTS aki) SHOES.
Fluent and Keutcst
stock of Custom
Made Iiootn and
Shoes for IJojs'und
Men's wear to le
found in the city.
No other hliop ean
compare with it.
N. I). All work warranted, nd Repairing neatly
done oo aboil uotke.
Ii'irrlitli Cf Between Commercial and
jlglllll iM.j Washington Ave.
Cairo - Illinois.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM:
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINK HAM'S
The Pnltlv Cnr
For all Female Complaints.
Thl. preparation, aa Ita nam slgnlft,, eoiuliU of
VagMable rrupertlra thai are Lvnikai lu the nvxt del
teal Invalid, one trial tlx Dnu of this Com
nud will b rontrnlaM, aareutf la tininedlatA i and
vbaatta use la continue, In nliwly nlnaraarslnahan.
drad, aponuatmitrurrlrlTr-uluth"tuanla lll u t
Ut j. On aironnt of lu pnrt-n nxriu, It la t.-.ly rv
comment.) and iirt-arrlln-d by (lie Ut J-liyikUu, In
II will cure entirely thi nrt f,rm rf filling
el tin ulerun, lurnrrh.ea, Irrrrfular and n:uful
Maoatruatlon, all Ovarian Tr.!.!.., liilUmmt,.n and
VlMiratlon, fljllnjci,mrti.lafvm'nta awl the on
awiuaot aplual eku,aiid la wirlaUy adtid to
Ih CliaaK of Ufa It Kill iIImviIti) and n;.l tuniora
fremlbautrruiloanekrlyotAtfn of k-rtdonrnt. Tha
landrary to canwroua humors there la chinked very
pMdlJy by Ita nan.
la fart It haa proved to ha tha great
at and brat remedy that baa tw I.-.-Q dioiT
d. It penneat eTtry portion of Uie ayu-u, am) Kite
oaw Ufaaud Tlfor. It rrnvirwi faltun,f!Atunoy, da
atroya all crarlug for atUnuiaola, asd nllorea wtaaDcM
f tba atomarh
Keurtaliloatln, ndai'bi4, Kerrmia Proirtratlon,
OaDarallialiUlty.Blivplfaaona, Ix-HTMlon and Indl
eUoo. That fia-llntr of brartne down, raujInK pftln,
artlfht and barkarhc, la aJwaya pprruaru ntly cuird hy
(tauaa. It will at all Uux-a, and nndirall rimiuuUn
eaa, art In harmony with tlw law that gonna tha
For KidnryComplalnta of lth.r ari tldj coin pound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la unparnd at BS and tsi Wnrn Aronup. Lynn, Maa.
pTlcatl.OO. BU bottle a for a;..0O. Sent hy mail In tha
form of plUa, alaoln tlw form atUwum, on nv.-lj.t
of price, $t.w, per t, for either. Mra. 1'INKllAa
freely aniwrra ail letu-ra of Inquiry. Ba nd for pam
phlet Addreaa aa ahoro Hmtitn thit ju;wt.
So family aliuuld bo without LYIUA H l'lNKIIAM
LIVR 1'ILU. They cure Conntlpatlon, UiUouiiit
sd Torpidity of tlielirrr. Vt cUU per but
RICHARDSON it CO., St. Louis, Mo.
"Wholcnlo axilla for LYDIA K. I'INKIIAM'S
Arta week In yoar own town, $'i oulllt fini. No
y)r'k. Keailcr, If you want a tuimfi al
J which pcraona ofi'lllicr h x can mnku freal
day all th tlnia llmv work, wrltu for tmrticuUrii to
B. HALLK IT A Co., l'ortland.
rfh-i tnt lurnUhcd irer, with full In
ML' I I lK,r,"',,",, for cnndHi'llne the imiHt
j I I liroll(lk. Iiualm-H that uy oiiu cmi
fill JL '1g.," I". TIib IniHiiifKH in no cany
TP to U'arn, ai,d our Instnictlona an- ro
alinpluaiid plMn, thnt uty one rn
make Rrr-nt pronla Irom lli t.,r, Soxiw rim Tail
who la wIIIIiik to work. W'oim nro a HiirnM-lul
ainivn. Doya and Klrla i ru ,.llrll )ur , ,
Many hava muilu at Ihf IxiMlnvax ttvi-r one hundred
dollarall' a alnu'lo week, Notlilnn j,0 Hover
known before, All who cuiMie urn fiirprli-cl nl the
I'aao and rapidity wllh which they are nl.le to nmkr
money, You can enuaito In thij hiini,,,.nn rturinc
your aparc time ut ureal profit. Yomln ,CI IIIVuto
Invoat rapllul 111 It. Wu lake nil the rick . TIhhm,
who need ready money, ahould wtlro to Oa at (hick
All furnlahed froo.
AUdreaa ikljs s co,. An.
Foo Choo'8 ltalsum of SIiiuK'h Oil
,1'ualtlvcly Iteatorea Ihn ltearlnir. and la tliu duly
Ahauluta Cure for Deufnuaa Known.
ThlaOll laextrnrted from a peculiar aneclea of
mall While hhark. CHiiclit in tliu Yellow Men,
known aa t'archnrodon llondeletll. Etery t'lilnere
(laheruuiii knowa II, Ha vlrtnea aa a reatorntle of
lienrliiK werr dlacovered by a lluddniat I'rled iilmiit
1ho year M10, Iia curea were no tiumoroiia mid
many ao aeamlnuly mlraculoua, thai I lie remedy
van officially proclaimed over the entire Kiuplrc,
lta liae became an urtvcrrnl I hill furcter Slilyeara
tindeifcncM ImapxlHtid amonK Hie 1 lilne.e pen
tile. Ht'tiltChttrKca pri'puld, to any addn aa ill $1 per
Only Imported by 11AYI.0CK CO.,
M01.R Aiiknth roti amrhm a. 7 Dey M NewYork.
Ita vlrtnea arn lili'iieaniin,Ui and Itaciiratlve
eharacler aiiaolute, na (h,. Wr.,.r rHn pe unnully
leatlfv, both from experience and obBervitllon.
Amon the many rendera or ih,. i (,vlew in onu
Dart and an tlier of tin- eoMiilry. it U probuhle that
number arc afflicted wlt'i deiifnea.. Hll( t nehlt
Waybenld: "Write at once to llnyioi u Co.,T
Joy Rlrert, w Vork, "''"'"I'fl, and you will
receive by return a remrdy that will enable you to
Larllke anybody ula',and whoaa ciirntlvo cllecti
,111 be permanent. Yon will never reB,t dolnir
,o "BIHr of ew Yi rk Mcrcmiiiiu ltevlew.
(Iteulur Moutiui; )
Council Cuamukk, )
Caiho. 1J1 Jim. 11th, ISSl. S
I'lCHciit Mayor Thintkwood and Aldor
mcn Uinkc, Ilallidity, Huwlty, lliukle,
I'utier, l'ettit aud Swobtidu 7.
Ahsuut Liiii-ar, yinith and Suup 3.
Alderinun I'utkr moved to upprove Diin
utea of lust regular nii;etii)y without read
iny. Jlotion carried.
UNKININII ED IinsiXKHS.
Aii ordinituco auicnding an ordinance
cntitlud "An ordinance providing for the
Bale of certain portions of 100 feet Htripof
t'round, known as railroad strip, and for
laying out, establishing aud improving
railroad alley," approved May 11, 1880,
was read at length the second time.
Alderman I'utier moved to amend ortli
nance by making it read in section 1, as
tollows: "As to make all that portion
of railroad alley laying between Second
and Fourteenth streets sixty feet in width,"
instead of from Fourth to Second streets,
(Alderman Saup appeared in his seat.)
Alderman llalliilay moved to amend or
(linance, as follows:
Section 3. That said ordinituco approved
-nay l itii, 1380, oo also further umemled
so as to provide that the name "Railroad
Alley" shall be changed to Railroad street
and that the word alley, wherever it occurs
iu said ordinance, be stricken out and the
word street substituted therefor. Amend
mi nt adop!i.-il.
Alderman lilakc moved to amend Section
' of ordinance, as follows:
Provided, No further expenditure, shall
Ik-made on such improvement, until the
money to Lc derived lrom the sale of the lot
abutting said Railroad street shall have
been paid into the city treasury. Amend
Alderman Halliday moved to adopt or
di nance as amended. Motion carried by the
follow intr vote.
Ayes- Blake, Ilallidiy, Howley, Winkle.
I'utier, pi-ttit, Saup aud Swoboda 8.
Alderman Halliday moved that upon ap
proval of the ordinance to refer plat of
Railroad street bacK to city engineer, and
that commissioners' rejtort bceftired back
to tin in for approval. Motion adopted.
(Alderman .Smith appeared in his seat.)
Rid of Cairo City (las Co., for lighting
streels, submitted in report of committee
on streets at last meeting and laid on table
until next regular meeting, was taken.
Alderman 1'atier moved that the propo
sition lor lighting street lamps at $1.73 per
post be accepted.
Alderman Ulake ollVred the following
hesolved. 1 hat the bid of the Cairo
City I J as Co., proposing to light slreet
lamps lor if '.'..j per txist p. r mouth for 4-
fixt huriier be aceepted, provided Said
lamps shiill lie lighted as f:tt as they ate
put in condition hy the citizens for light
ing. J'liyiiu nt to oe made lrom the con
Aid erm.it) I'aticr accepted amendment.
Motion carried by the followiug vote.
Ayes- lilake, Halliday, Rowley, Hiukle,
Patier, l'ettit, Smith, Saup and Swoboda
KKl'OUTS OK COMMITTEES.
Committee on streets submitted
report recommending that brick side
walks be built on the north sido
of Sixth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues, on both sides of
Seventh street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues, lrom Light street to
connect with the brick sidewalk in front of
block 21 city. Also that a wooden side
walk bo constructed on the easterly side of
Poplar street, from Tenth to Twelfth
streets; also that the sidewalk on Levee
street, in front ot lots 1 to 0, inclusive
block (!, city, be re-constructed of wood,
the width to be 14 feet.
Alderman Pcttit moved to receive report
of committee, and that the ordinance com
mittee be instructed to prepare an ordinance
for the buildingof sidewalks recommended.
Committee reported having granted per
mission to P. Fitzgerald, petitioner, to
erect scales in front of lot C, block 31, city,
on condition that he should remove them
whenever required, so to do, by tho city
council, which permission, with said con
dition, ho has accepted. Also reported on
petition, for building sidewalk on easterly
sido of Poplar, between Tenth and Twelfth
streets, recommending the grantingVf same,
the building of said sidewalk be iucluded
in the previous recommendations.
Alderman Halliday moved to receive and
Hie report. Motion carried.
umumttiio on claims reported back the
lollowing hills, recommeuding payment on
LAItOU ON STREETS, AT1 35.
('has. Dunkin, 19 days""
11 t.,ol.,i,u,,ii 101 ,1
M. Mimnliiin, 3 days "
p. Dnwd, 3 days
rl,.,u U'linolor. 171 C iluva
IH.r,. -f , - . a J jj.j
M. llotilahan, 5 days 7 4J
11, Dawson, o oays 4
J. Wheeler, 4 Ja' days 0 Q3
K, Jones, 2 days 8 71
J. Keating, 24i days,. .. 33 08
John Cain, 7 days with jail gung, at
l,50 10 50
LAIIOll WITH TEAMS.
E, Jones, 2 days 7 50
E. Kil.patrick, lOJi days 45 37
P. Fitzgerald, IP.f days 1 81
I). Thistlewood, 0u' days 17 88
Tho. Jlelinn, 4 days H 00
P. Magner,18& days 24 07
T. Russian, 20 days 27 00
John Higgius, 21 days 28 35
I. Sullivan, V days 6 08
T. K. (Ireen, 2,4 fJays 3 04
J. S. Hawkins, 3 days brick mason. . 0 00
Kdwurd Jones, draymg 8 loads lum
ber, at 50 cents 4 00
K. Fitznatrick, same, at 25 cents. . , 2 00
I). Thlstlewood, drayin", car brick. .
Peter Waldcr, tlraying 13 loads lum
ber. . , ,
Pat. Walder, draying 1 load lum
ber J. O. Dounell, draving 5 loads lum
ber M. E. Powers, draying 4 loads stone,
James Mehau, draying 5 load wheel
J. S. McGahey, lumber for side
walks 88 75
M. P. Culliuan, 2 kegs nails 6 00
m. Minor, 2f, days at city scales
at $2.50 6 25
C. Howard & Son, 428 10-100 cubic
yards rock at 1.25 535 12
John Forto, laying curbing 64 00
1 1111 uorman, salary as street super
intendeut 60 00
C. R. Woodward, 4 dozen shovels., 5 75
James Powers, repairing tools 4 05
t . V iricent, 4 barrels cement 7 00
Ol 7.1 ..... m t waavAl
i.rtirgusoD, 0 level rous Z ou
C. W. Wheeler, coal, kindling and
stowing same 4 35
R. II. Cunningham, rent of council
chamber 10 00
Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed in
clerks office 1 00
Cairo Bulletin, publishing proceed
ings etc 18 00
Arab Fire Co., quarterly allowance.. 60 60
Rough and Ready Fire Co., same.. 60 00
Hibernian Fire Co., same 110 00
Delta City Fire Co., same 60 00
Delta City Fire Co., to amount paid
for making changes on engine
to fit new hose 5 50
John Cain, dieting prisoners 304
days 145 60
John Cam, 1j3 extra meals to pris
oners before trial at 13 20 40
leo. Lattner, Js dozens brooms For
jail 1 50
Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed in
jail 1 05
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 lu
police headquarters 7 80
St. Marys Infirmary, care and medi
cine of patients 17 84
E. E. Ellis, printing brief and may
or's proclamation 32 25
C.G. Flaugh, 80 lineal feet cross
stone at 25 cts, and 5 cubic
yards rough stone at $1.00.... 25 00
Win. Jackson, 33 thousand brick
at 7.00 231 00
P. Champion, emptying privy tubs. 12 15
JohnHicchan, 1 dav special police
on Dec. 25 3 08
Wm. Sehutter, panie 2 00
Guy Morse, same 2 00
P. 1 aylor, same Od
J. i orto, constructing 68 feet stone
crossing and 4 days resetting
curbs 20 9g
N. 15. Thistlewood, money advanced
for freight on stone and bnck,
and paying for unloading
barge 202 55
S. P. Wheeler, fees in compromise
suit of city vs. Taylor & Tar-
sons 25 00
John Reeve, cost in case, city vs. D.
Murdock 4 10
On motion of Alderman Howley, report
of committee received and bills allowed by
the following vote:
Ayes lilakc, Halliday, Howley, innkie,
Patier, Pettit, Smith, Saup and Swoboda
f'omnnlt.a m nlsa wrttwl lull
vuuiiiiitibv "i viuimio t v v; a s v u uiti va
P. M. Lally, 12 days' services as police con
stable, 4.00, recommended that bill be
allowed and that proper officers be directed
to take steps to collect any amount due the
city from him.
Alderman Patier moved to receive report
of committee, and that action on same be
deferred until next meeting. Motion car
Ordinance committee reported, as per
instructions of council, the following ordi
nance: Ordinance read first time.
ORDINANCE NO. -.
An ordlnnncn aligning duties and fixing the sal.
11 rt 01 1 11 0 .inivor.
Uu It ordulued'hv the City Council of the cit v of
SacTtosl. That hereafter tho Mayor shal be.
ex elllcio, chairman of the committee on atrueia.
drainage and levee.
Suction The Mayor la hereby required to at
tend at his office iwhich shall be in some central
ami convenient locatluni at least two hour, each
day (Sundays excep ed), sanl hour, to he desig
nated hy a sign atllxed at the entrance to hi office.
mution s, The Mayor shall hereafter be paid
salary of $UKiO. per annum
Alderman Patier moved to suspend tho
rules, mid place ordinance on its second
Motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes Blake, Hinkle, Patier, Pettit,
Smith, Saup and Swoboda 7.
Nays Halliday and Howley.
Ordinance read second time.
Alderman Patier moved that section 3 of
ordinance be amended so as to read as
follows: Tho mayor Is hereby required to
attend nt his office (winch shall be at the
city clerk's office) at least four hours each
day, two hours iu the forenoon and two
hours in the afternoon (Sundays excepted).
Said hours to bo designated by a sign af
fixed at the entrance to his office. Amend
Alder.nun Patier moved that section 8 of
ordinance, bo amended by striking out the
words 1,000 uud inserting tho words 1,200.
Amendment lost by the following vote
(tho ayes and nays being called for):
Ayes 1 inkle, Patier, Swoboda 3.
Nays-ninke, Halliday, Howley, Pettit,
Patier moved that tho ordinance, a read,
bo adopts. Motion carrjuj by the follow
Ayes lilake, Rowley, Hiukle, Patier,
Pettit, Smith, Saup aud Swoboda -8.
Nays Halliday 1.
Alderman Halliday, chairman of tho
finance committee, reported verbally of
having received offers for the stock, held by
the city in the Cairo &. St. Louis R. R. Co.,
which bids, he considered, would not
justify the city in selling stock
Alderman Saup, chairman committed ot
fire department, read communication from
Cleveland Rubber Co., received by him,
relating to hose recently purchased
Clerk read petition from liquor dealers,
asking lor a rebute on license paid by them
On motion of Alderman Rowley, refer
red to committee on claims.
RESOLUTIONS ANU MOTIONS
Alderman Blake offered the following
preamble and resolution:
Whereas, Many ot the petitioners, who
signed the petition for the construction of a
sidewalk 011 Fwurteeiitli and Cedar streets,
did bo, under the impression, that said peti
tion called lor a sidewalk, 111 place ot the
one removed hy the city ; therefore, be it
Uesolved. that the street committee he
and they are hereby directed to take the
matter into consideration, and report there
on at the next regular meeting of the city
Alderman Blake also offered the follow
Resolved, That the committee on police,
jail and fire department be and they are
hereby directed to consider the propriety
of extending the fire limits, and to report
tlicreon at the next regular meeting ot the
Alderman Swoboda offered the following
ueaoiveu. liiattne committee on no
lice, jail, and fire department be instructed
to ascertain the cost and the propiiety of
having telephones placed in the different
fire engine houses, so that the telephone
ofhee can give the alarm, it acquainted
with the location ot the fire, by ringing the
Alderman Pettit moved to amend by in
eluding the :ity clerk's office in resolution.
Amendment accepted. Resoliit'un adopt
ICoucluded in Friday's Dally.
A Daughter Uesened.
A Frankfort (Ky.) physician writes
Some months ago the daughter ot one of
our prominent citizens was pronounced
hopeless consumptive. Mhc was very much
reduced in flesh; terrible cough, her life
gradually wasting away. I recommended
her to use ''Dr. Swavnes Compound Svrup
of Wild Cherry," which she did. In a
short time she was free from all cough 11m
Other symptoms, and is now rosy and
healthy. Price 25 cents and ,$1 a bottle or
6 bottles $3. The large size is the most
economical. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne
x son, t'iiiliulelphia. Nihl by drutri'ists
An occasional dose ot "Swayne s Pills
should be taken to keep the bowels free.
1 1 my are excellent ior u-qua uvcr and m
I : i a will.- 1 1 ,1 -
iuu cum pi ui ins. rom vy uu me ca.ro
I Fllr. r. ta
' UbOi3la' IfcJ
A Dead Saint.
A living Sinner's better than a dead Saint
and if elirnl.'i:i troubles Vnll. von nneiln'r
rrruat but take Dr. Thomas' Eclectric
Oil. Paul G Scliuh, Agent.
To all who are suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth.nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will euro you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rer. Joseph
T. Inman, Station I, New York City.
Jacoh Mautzoi.k, of Lancaster, N. Y.,
says your Spring Blossom works well for
everything you recommend it, myself, wife
and children have all used it, you can't find
a healthier faniilv in New York State.
Oct. 0th, 1880.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for nil Neivo Discuses,
All fits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Peiin,
Who want glossy, lnxuriant
and wavy tresses of abundant,
beautiful Hair must nso
IAXWS KATHAIKON. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes the Hair prow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cores gray
ncss, removes dandruff and
itching, makes tho Hair
strong, giving It a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the suro
result of using Kathairon,
MM. , , t.,
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Cuke Youn Backache.
And all diseases of the Kldneya, Bladder and
Urinary Organs by wearing tho
Improved Excelsior Kidney-Pad
It ia a MARVEL of HEALING and RELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It f 'TJItKH whera all else falla. A REVELA
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Hon or direct application, aa oppoaed 10 1111
autinfactory Internal niedlcinea. feud for our
treatlao on Kidney troubles, aent free. Sold hy
druuKlHts, or aeut by mail, ou receipt of price, fi
This ia the 1
the frnn avt t T-wt r, 1 1
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uine Kidney I'ad
Ank for it and
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I Wl 5
Wouth Its Weight In Gold
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$050 Square Grand Piano for only 5215.
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aloKUe mailed free. Handsome IM.,.tru.,.H n, , i,".:
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Full particular. In our pamphlet, wl
aire to send free hy mall tn every one. Thospe
clHemedlcIno la aold by allvlrnKKlst. at $1 per
I'at ami", ! i.ir , ur mil no cni iree ny mall on
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l apnainoi renuiroo. we will toruiab.
vervthliiK. lda day and upward I. yet
hom ovr iifM, No rUk whatwor. Muny now
vbhiij i.iNt.v rTiimui utviiiir wrtv mim
nwin'TB w.Hiru wuw. niauy ar. maaing rori
lines a ( the huslnesa. Udlea make a. much a
men, nd vomit boy. and iflrla m.ae great pay. No
one wno I. wIIIIub to work fall, lo make mora
money every day than oin b. made In week it any
other employment. Those who engneti atone,
will And a ahnrt road to fortune. Addreia II,
IIALLKTT 4 CO,, Portland Main.
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Cnrca by ABSORPTION (Nature's way
A 11 LUNG DISEASES,
. If Ptt!.VK8 the V'tcn curative agent
and healing nicdiclnca.
It DRAW 8 FROM tho dlseaeed part the poltont
that cause death. ' '
THOUSANDS TESTIFY TO ITS VIRTUES.
You can be Relieved and Cured
Don't despair until von have tried tM.
Sl Applied and 1IAD1UAH Y 7?.
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n old. b,v 'lrCi:late, or atnt by mall on receipt of
price, 9.UU ty
mSnlal.'.nd our'TIlEOJilA IXKG PAD CO.
book '-Threo DFiTRfllT
Million a Year"
Sent free, Michigan.
Managers for the Northwest
PRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
'Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Frecmans' New National
f color are UDequalk'tl- Color from2 10 5
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!" inuiiunu w 4S a . malliu for Uc stamp.
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.r rri. d r..r a on.er .ivie.-8.ton
Yoursolve. by maklnirmnn.
ey when a Kolden chanoo 1.
oirered, thereby alway.
keeping poverty from yoar
door. Those who alway
t,ibn .,K.n. ,.... - ' .J
chance, for makliiR money that are ottered, ifeueral
ly become wealthy, while thoae who do uot Im
prove such chances reuialu In poverly. We want
many men, women, boys and elrla to do work torn
rluht In their own localities, Tho huslnesa will
Pay more than tun time, ordluary wacea. We
furnish an expenaenalve outllt and all that yoa
tieedrrce. No one who engage, falls to make
money rapidly. You can devote your whole time
to the work, or only your spare moment.. Full
Information and all that I needed sent free. Ad
dre. UT1NSON A CO.. Portland. Maine.
Bknj. P. Orakton, Stouy B. Ladd
Halbeht E. Paine.
Lata Commissioner of Patent,
PAINE, GRAFTON LADD,
AttorniT.-.t Uw.nd Solicitor, of AsBerkaa M
411 FIFTH 8TRKKT, WA80INOTO5, D. O.
ISruttlM natant l.ar ! all It. hranchna In thai
Paleat tiffla. and la Ik. flonreau. and Clreull
t'o.rta of the United Slaloa. Pamphlet l.nt fto
on receipt vi stamp nir po.taji