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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1881.
THE MILY BULLETIN.
svsar smammi (aiostuATe nowrnii
Only Mornin? Dally In Southern Illinois
I Aricmt OirouUttcm ol any Dally In
CotNCIL Cll AMBER,
Cairo, III., Feb. 1th, 1881. (
IContlnned from Thursdays Dally.
The following claims were read and, on
motion of Alderman Pettit, referred to
committee on claims, viz:
J. Keating, 22 Jf days labor on
strccta $30 37
Chan. Dunkins, 15 days labor nn
streets 20 23
M. Houlahin, i labor on streets 87 J
Goo. Washington, samo 07
Louis Carney, samo C7
John Cain, watchman on jail iranp,
8 days 12 00
Thos. O'Ncil, 5 days superintending
breaking rock. .' . 10 00
Peter Walder, hauling sidewalk lum
ber H loads 8 00
Eugeno Fitzpatrick, hauling pipe
and lumber 4 loads 1 00
Tim Clifford, 18 days foreman on
drains 30 00
M. Driscoll, 7 days labor on drain
P. Wagner, 12,4 days labor on
drainao 18 87
T. Hushcn, 18 days labor on drain- .
age 24 30
Thos. Loyd, 154 days labor on
drainage 20 02
John Grady, 15 days labor on drain
age 20 25
John Iligginn, 11-days - labor on
drainage 14 85
Jacol Kline, 1500 bricks 10 10
A. Fraser, blacksmithing on sewer
gates 28 80
Thos. Boyle, 1 yard of Band 1 00
T. Gorman, salary as street supt. . . 60 00
Tug Cache, pulling rock barge oil
bank 5 00
C. R. Woodward, tools for men on
street 7 2ft
Thos. Mohan, hauling 428 cubic yds.
rook at 50 cent. 214 00
Wm. Trigg, slage planks for rock
barge t 50
Jas. Powers, repairing and sharpen
ing tools 4 10
.1. S. McGauey, 4,500 feet sidewalk
lumber. C7 50
Fred Serbicn, 52 cubic yards sand
at fl 25 f.5 00
Wm. Jackson, 2000 hard brick 14 00
John Cain, dieting prisoners 414
days t 40 cents 305 00
John Cain, 08 extra meals to prison
ers before trial 13 06
' F. Vincent, 1 barrel limn for jail. . . 1 15
Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed in
jail 1 00
Cairo City Coal Co., 2 tons coal for
jail 6 00
Arab Fire Co., fitting hose to appara
tus 5 40
C. W. Wheeler, 1 ton coal and storing
samo, for clerk's office 3 W
R. II. Cunningham, rent of council
chamber 10 00
C. W. Henderson, 1 broom and dus
ter for clerk's oflico 1 10
Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed in
council chamber 1 00
Cairo Bulletin, publishing proceed
ings and printing blanks 18 50
Jno. M ijor, repairs on plow and
chains 1 30
W. B. Gilbert, to money adranced
for paying clerk of U.S. circuit
court tees 7 00
R. W. Cox, printiug 75 dray numbers 5 23
Cairo City Coal Co., 1 ton coal for
police hradquarters 1 00
Circuit court of Alexander Co., costa
in suit, city vs. Thus. B.
Needle etal 7 85
Same, costs in suit, city vs. Annie
Martin 19 80
Same, costs in suit, city vs. David
Murdock 13 40
Same, costs in suit, city vs. It. H.
Cairo City Ferry Co, service per
formed on orders from the
mayor.... 28 65
Ilenry Watkins, draying man to jail, 25
W. U. Telegraph Co., for two cable
grams to Amsterdam 10 71
II. T. Gerald, repairs on Washington
avenue pump 2 25
P. Champion, emptying privy tubs. . 10 10
Telephonic Exchange, tor rental of
telephone from January 22d, '81,
to January 22d, 1682, at Aral)
engine house 45 60
Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed in
police headquarters 6 20
St, Mary's Jiiflrmnry, nursing patient, 7 13
O. A. Oslwrn, precentage on fines
collected 2 50
W. E. Hendricks, samo 12 00
Alderman Swolnxla offered and moved
the adoption of tlw following resolution,
Alderman Swoboda presented the follow
Resolved. That the street committee
havo court lionw pump repaired immedi
Carried by tbo following vote, viz:
Ayes Blake, Hullidav, Ho ley, Hinkle,
Patier, Pettit, Smith, Saup aud Swoboda
ft. Nays None.
" Alderman Hwoboda offered the following
resolution, viz: .
' Resolved, That the mayor be instructed
to apjwint one or two more experienced day
On motion of Alderman I low ley, referred
to committee ou police, jail and fire depart
Alderman Blako presented tho following
resolution, which was adopted :
' Resolved, That the street committeo bo
directed to examine tho sidewalks on west
aide of Washington avenue, between
" Twelfth and Thirteenth streets; on south
aido of Twentieth street, from Poplar to
Commercial, and on west aide ol Com
tnnrcial, between Eighteenth and Twentieth
streets; and report at the next regular meet
ins of the council the propriety of re-build'
Aldorman Patier moved that the street
committee bo instructed to roport upon the
propriety of lighting with oil such portions
ofthecity, where gas mains do not extend.
Alderman Howley moved that the street
committeo bo requested to report, by next
meeting, tho best plan for lighting tho
streets, locating lamp posts and for making
contract with gas company. Carried.
Report of Wells & Kerth, insuranco
agents, was presented, showing 45.10 to
bo 2 per cent, tax on their nut premiums
for tho halt year, ending Dec. 81, 1S80,
Attached to said report was the city treas
urer's receipt for said amount. On motion
of Alderman Patier, said report was re
ceived and filed.
Alderman Patier moved that tho city
engineer bo instructed to examine the work
done by John Kilgom on the new county
road and report, as near as may bo, what
amount is yet due him. Carried.
COMMUNICATION FROM KIHK DEPARTMENT,
The fire department submitted a com
munication, recommending that the public
cisterns bo repaired and tilled; that tho
quarterly allowance to each fire company
be raised to $75, etc. On motion of Alder
man Howlry, referred to committee on
police, jail and fire department with instruc
tions to havo the cisterns repaired and filled
as soon as practicable, and to report upon
tho recommendations set forth in said re
port at next council meeting. Carried by
the following vote: Ayes Blake, Halli
day, Howley, Hinkle, Putier, IVttit, Smith,
Saup and Swoboda 9. Nays none.
(Alderman Halliday was excused from
Stato and city liquor bonds presented by
the following named persons were, on mo
tion, approved and filed, viz: James
Bedford & Co., Geo. Wilson, John Gladney,
Wm. Quezebcroth, Richard Powers, Mich
ael McGrath, Antonio Raggio, John Clancy,
Patrick Fitzgerald, Patrick Clancy, Mary
Manning, Daniel Fitzgerald, Daniel Mc
Carthy, E. B. Pettit, Antonio Cella, Her
man Igel, Leo Kleb, Joseph Desdemona,
Lizenker P. Scott, Henry Hasojager, John
B. Zanone, C. Or Patier & Co., Nicholas
Mnnce, Geo. Littocr, John Sackberger,
Nathaniel Prouty, A. T. DoBiun, Thomas
O'Callahan, James Gnany, Albert Susanka,
Augustus Hot to, John Gates, Peter Saup,
John D. Buckley & Co., Joseph Ronekcr,
Swoboda & Schulze, John Scheel, M.
O'Donnell, Matthew Clarke, Patrick Ma
honey, Chas. Pfifferling and Ilenry Frohma.
Liquor bonds of Feuchtcr & Schwanitz
were, on motion of Alderman Saup, refer
red back for correction as to signatures.
Alderman Saup presented the following
resolution, which was adopted :
Resolved, That the chief of police be
instructed to report all saloons and other
licensed business that are doing business,
that have not procured their license, and
report at the next regular meeting.
Alderman Patier presented the following
resolution, which was adopted :
Resolved, That tho city attorney is here
by instructed to notify all railroads using I
the streets of the city lor depot switch
yard purposes, that the same must be
abated at once, and within ten days.
Alderman Blake introduced the following
ordinance, which was read first time, viz :
ORDINANCE NO. -.
An ordinance (ranting tho rlahl of nay to the
Cairo Street llallwey Compauy.
lip It ordaiued by the City Council of tho city of
Sxctiok 1 Permission Is hereby irranted to tho
Cairo htreet Railway Company to lay a single or
a double line of raila for a borre railway, with all
ncresrary and convenient stdetrat kr. tnrnonta and
switches; and to nre and operate the name ait a
hone railway for the period of twenty years from
the paessge of this ordinance, in the following
named streets In the city of Cairo, to wit: Fourth
treat from Ohio Levee te Washington avenue,
thence on laid avenue to the Intersection of Pop
lar rtreet. thence on Poplar street to Twenty
eighth street, thence on Twe nty-eli-bta street to
Commercial avenne. Provided id company
hall to all Particular comply with tho require
ment oi mir ordinance.
Kicriosi. Tbe track of Mid railway Khali he
laid to a imaye of not le than three fei't. all rail
which anal! be laid on the track or tragic of tnld
railway shell be ettb-r a ristor Trail, and the top
of raid raila shell not extend more than one half
Inch above tho snrfore of the atreet The whole
manner of eonatrartinz .aid railwav. ro :i to rairy
oat the provtmotia of this ordinance, shall be un
der the direction of the committee on streets.
K sorrow J. Said company shall keep the track or
tracka of their road in uih condition that laid
tracka ahall not at any time be elevtUd atwve the
orfac of the streets mi whi hthey are laid.ro
that vehicle can eaallr arid freely, at all linn'
cross raid tracks at all potnta, in any direction
Srctiow 4. Said company hall do all tho neser
Mry evading In order to make their trs'-k conform
to th irradc of the afreet., and ahall construct
watercourses whenever It may become nec.errary
from the laying of raid ralUay. Said wet'-r conned
ball be conetrm ted ai cording to plana furniehi d
by the city eni'lneer. Hatd company nhall relay all
p'anklng ami rtreet croeiltign. leaving them In an
Kood condition a the were oefore beine removed.
Hutiom ti. Tho city of Cairo rerye the right to
lotake tip and remove the raila of raid company
whenever It ahall h nercrary for Inn repair ami
Improvement of the rtreelr. or for the laying of
water or gar plpea, or fur the cunrtrNrtion'of ew.
era, or for oth"r purporee, on the rtreetaon which
raid railway may be laid; and raid Improvements
hall be made by the city without umicccMaryrio
lay, and the track ahall bo rvlald by aald company
at U own expenro,
Rriwinu A 'Ph.. .,n. rt turn li l.u .,hni..4 l.u
aid railway cenipnny ahall not exceed auven ceuta
III auy dlrectlnti.
H(tiom 7. The raid rallWay company rliall In all
cares be legally liable for all Injuries rerultlngto
any perron through carulerttiiors or negllgenco of
any perron nporailng or employed on raid road.
HKfTioM s. Ilrhallbethedntvof raid compauy
to plank between tho rails of their track, npon tho
crors ties with good round plank of not lers than
two ttjenus In thl knerr, nor morn than six Inches
In width : to be well spiked to the crorr ilea with
pikes or net lers than fmirlnrhca Inleng'h.orwhall
nil with travel or broken none) ni comnnny
hall alro slunk In the mine iimimcr that portion
of the crora tier eitendlng ouirlda the ralU.
Hbctioj 0. All proprietors, collectors or drivers
nfcara of said railway are prohibited from mp
plug their cars at any street crorstng so as to In
Uirrcre wl'h nrlnterrupt the travel of tho several
rtroet which they nre required In CMrs. n stop.
pltigthulrcarsforlhuacciMnoilatloii of of parren
gerr, tbey rhail In all carer pars ovor the respec
tive cmrrlnga and not stop until the rear of tho csr
shall arrive at the lart sidewalk crorrlng In the di
rection In which the car may be moving. Any per
son violating the provisions of this section shall bo
name to a fine of not less thau three dollars
otTDao t(D d0l'"r" for th "d Cmjr
Himoijiin. In all nres where any Mam or
vehicle snail meet a ear ntmn ih.. i;..n nr ! ,mrr
sitchteatn or vehicle shall give way to said car.
Norshall any perron wlliriilly or maliciously ob
struct, hinder or liiiorfe.ro with any of
or slopping or ratirn to lio placed
or driven at a slow pau-, or slopped, any tcBni. ve
hicle or othor obstacle, In, npon, across, along or
noar to tue traca oi saia railway, alter being noti
fied by the ringing of tbo car ball. , Whoever shall
willfully violate any ortbatarovtalanasrthls sec
tion, shall forfeit the sutn of not leas than thre
dollars uor wore taan tun dollars ror every such ol
Hectios 11. The said railway company shall
muke full trips the entire length of Its road from
Fourlh street at Its intersection; with Levee street
to Commercial avenue at tte intersection with
Twenty-eighth street, from n o'clock a m. to
o clock p. in., so mat ca' snail at least pass any
given point ou said road at Intervals not exceeding
kkition I'J. Th's ordinance is passed and the
rights and privileges therein mentioned aro hereby
grunted upon the express condition that the con
struction of raid railway, as herein provided, shall
in good mini, oe commuucea wnnin sis mourns
and fully completed and cara runnlngthoroou with
In one year from tho passage or thla ordinance
and also upon the further express condition that
tho raid rmlway company shall, will and truly con
strurt said railway as herein provided and con
tinue to oteratethe same after ill completion for
tne perimi oi twenty years aiorcraia. as herein
provided: and alro upon tho further express con
d 1 1 lun thatll suld company shall make dufnult In
any of the conditions aforesaid, or neglect or fail
to complv with any of the conditions or require
ments of this ordinance, tbeu the rights and privi.
legos hereby grunted to said railway company
snail cease auu ne lorionea 10 satu cttv, and rata
city shall have thu ruht to take np said trncks and
remove same frm nitil street.
Suction 13. The said company may 011, at Its own
expeuse, any portlou of I'oplar atroet above
Twentieth street that may bo necessary for tho
construction of its road bed .
Alderman Blake moved that tho rules be
suspended requiring a refereuce of sail
ordinance to tho ordinance committee.
Motion lost by the following voto, less
than two-thirds of all the members elect
ed, voting in affirmative: Ayes Blake,
Hinkle, Patier, Pettit, Smith and Swoboda
0. Nays Howley and Saup. 2.
On motion of Alderman Howley, said
ordinance was referred to ordinance com
raittce, with instructions to report thereon
at next meeting.
Alderman Patier presented and moved
the adoption of the following resolution
Resolved, that tho city engineer, is here
by instructed to, as soon as possible, con
struct a brick sewer in the center of Com
mercial avenue, from Twentieth street, to
connect wth sewer at such point, 83 now
may be in center of said street, and said
work to be done as recommended by him
under instructions of the street committee
Motion lost by the following vote: Ayes
Hinkle, Patier, Pettit and Swoboda 4
ays lilake, ilowley Mnnh ami saup
Alderman Pettit offered the following
Resolved, That the street committee he
instructed to build a ditch from Twenty
seventh to Twenty-eighth street., on Com
mercial avenue, for drainage.
Adopted by following vote: Ayes
Blake, Howley, Hinkle, Patier, Pettit,
Smith, Saup and .Swoboda 8. Nays
none. A plan, with specifications, showing a
cross section of "Compromise Telford Pave
meat'' drafted by City Engineer Thrupp,
was presented by Alderman Blako aud,
upon his motion, was referred to committee
on streets, with instructions to examine
same, and report upon the practicability ot
adopting said plan for our streets.
Mayvr reported having released George
Nefffroui city jail.
On motion of Alderman Tatier, meeting
adjourned. M. J. Howley,
Clerk pro tern
I telling' PilesSymptoms and Cure,
The symptoms are moisture, like pers
piration, intense itching, increased by
scratching, very distressing, particularly at
night, as it pin worms were crawling in and
about the rectum ; tho private parts are
sometimes atlectcu; it allowed to continue,
very serious results may follow. Dr.
Swayne's All-Healing Ointment is a pleas
ant sure cure. Also, for Tetter, Itch. Salt
Rheum, Scald Head, Erysipelas, Barber's
Itch, Blotches, nil Scaly 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. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne &
Son, a.10 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
I'a. Niki by all prominent druggists
Cairo and elsewhere.
Swayne's Pills arc the best for all
inus disorders. They ward off Chills
and Enterprising Druggist.
Mr. George E. O'llara, the live druggist
of the town, is always up to the times and
ready to meet the demands of bis ninny
customers. He has just received a supply
of that wonderful remedy that is astonish
ing the world by its marvelous cures. Or.
King's New DiM'ovcry for consumption,
coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, huy
lever, phthisic, croup, whooping cough, tick
ling in the throat, loss of voice, hoarseness
or any affection of the throat and lungs.
This remedy poaitively niivs, ss thousands
can testify. If you do not believe it call
at his drug store and get a trial bottle free
of coHt or r regular size bottle for one dol
lar. As you valuo your life, give it a trial
and be convinced, as thousands alrendy
have been ()
Yearn of Suffering.
Mrs, Biirnhart, corner Pratt and Broad
way, has lieciui sufferer for twelve years
through Rheumatism, and has tried every
remedy she could bear of, but received no
benefit, until recommended to try tho
EclectricOil; she says she cannot express
the satisfaction nIiq feels at having her pain
entirely removed and her Rheumatism
cured. Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
8TOVE8 AND TIN WAKE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer iu
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OK JOU W011K DOKB TO OltDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET, '
Cairo. - - Illinois
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
No Preparation on enrth equals St. J.imiw Oil m
a iifr,turr, iifruna rneup fcxtortittl Kemcdy.
A trial entails but tho comparatively triilinir outlay
of .10 Cents, and every one suffering with pam
can nave cnoap ami positive prour or iu claims.
Directions in Eleven 1-a.iitfUnKea.
80LD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS IH
A.VOGELER & CO.,
lialtimnrr Md XT, 8. J
gT. LOUIS, I. M. tfc SO. RY.
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
TltAINH I.KAVB ( Alllll,
Arkansas aud Ti-xir ExpreM 11 lis. in. Dally
AISIilVK AT ( Alito,
Ac oiiimodatiou. .. .
Ticket oitice: No.
( lliin I.evee
II. II . MILIll IiN, Agent.
ILLINOIS CENT UAL 11. K
Sliortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicaro.
The Only Lino Kunnin
Making Direct Connection
Tkains Lkavk Cairo:
Arrivlnn in St. Lou is 9:4.'! a m. ; ClilrnRn.S::! p.m. j
loMiccting at unin ana hlllnyham for C men
nati, Louisville, Imliuuiipolis aud points Enrt.
1 1 :t) a.m. Ht. !uin mid "Wstoru
Arriving in St. Louis 7:0') p. m., and connecting
for all points Wvi.
ji.m. I';ifit ISxprfsR.
ftirSt. Louis ami rlilrazo. arriving at St. Louis
10:10 p.m., and ('hicao 7: a m
:"0 p m. ( 'iiK innati KxproHH.
Arrlvin;: at C Jnctnr.fitl 7:'X a.m.: Louisville 7:i.fl
a.m.; Imlianapoiia 4:iw a.m. I'arrengers liv
this train reach the above points 1 U to 3G
iioL'Kb iu advance of any ottier route.
tThe4:'JO n. ni. exoresa has PULLMAN
SLKEI'INO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, wlllmut.
changes, and throuU slecjieis to M. Louis and
Fast Time East.
PouupTifrniM 'IT 1,110 cothrongh to Kaet.
J ciritluila.L J n cm tiolnta without anv dnlav
caused hy Sunday intcrvenlnn. The Hsturday after
noon tram from Cairo arrives in new York Mnndnv
mornliii; at l'i::r. Thirty-eix hours Iu advance ol
any other route.
tifr'or throuuh tickets and further Information.
apply at Illinois Central Kailroud Depot. Cairo.
4A9.ilUII.-Hnu, J. II. JUM1S,
en . Southern Agent. Ticket A?nt.
A. II. 1JANSO.N, Uuu. I'ass, Agent. Chicago.
Q AV. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
cdtiiinntly on band
At Seventy-five conta per load.
At one dollar per load.
Tho "trlmmlnga"arn coarrorliavlngsand maka
tha hoat summtir wood for cooking purposes as wull
cheapest over sold lu Cairo. For black
JBlths ure In rotting tires, thoy are tineqiialled.
Leave your orders at th Ttinlh street wood yard.
WANTED. MauufttcturlnR concern wants a
buoinera man In Cairo, nil iine vary city i not al
ready tnku.) A lew hundred dollar! neceirary to
pay for goods ou delivery aficr orders have been
secured for tho satno. , f-l.'A) pur month protlt
irnariinteed. The most searching Investigation
solicited. A. 8. AKNOLDA CO, corner first
Street and Jlroadway, Drooklyu, N, Y.
THE MILD POWEE
Humphreys' Iloiueopathio Speci;
Proved from ample esperleuee an en
nmiite etiinrlenee an entire
sueeeHK. hlmiile, I'rniiilU. KHK-ieni. anu
llelUhle, tliey ure lliu only tueilleluiis
adupteil to popular tle.
LIST IKISI'II AI. ll.'KI'". rnlCt
I. Krvers, CoiiKi'Htlon, lnllnmmnllnnr,
i Uornia, Worm l-ever. V'nnn folic, .'.'.I
a Crvins Colic. r leethlns of Inrunts,
I llliirrliea of I lillilren or Adults, - -.
ft. Ili.eniery, t.rlpliiK. Illllous Colic, .W
. i hiilera .Hlnr Iiim, Vomiting,
7. ( oiiiilia, Cold, lironeliltu,
K. V-urnlaln, loothai he, l-aeeaclie, .
U. Ileaclnehes, Hlek llencliicliea, VerllfO,
ID. Ilviei.l(l, Kllloiis htnnilieh,
1 1, hniiiirea.eil or i'aiiilul Periods.
12. lutes, too pruf iihm rerliHlr,
I t. Crniip. t ounli. Mnieiilt Prenthlng, :
II. hull II lien its. Kry.lpelas, Kruiillons, .26
IV lllieiiiiinll.nl, Klieiiiiiutlu lam, .'St
HI. I'eierand stii-, t hill, r'over, Agues, Ml
17. I'llea, IIIiikI or lileeillim, .
19. nlnrrh. Heme or chronic; Inlluenza, Mi
."I. V liooiiinu Cimirli, violent t oimlm, .Mi
Jl. (ienernl Itelilllly, 1'liyn'l Weakiiens. .ft)
Ti. Kiilnrv IHreiie, 6n
X ,ertiu llelillllv, Spermatorrhea, 1.1(1
I. I riiiarvUrakiieaa.vVettliiKllie Ited.iili
Si. IMrenre of I lit- Heart. I'lilpltntlnn, I.U)
r'nr mill. Iiy druKKlxla.or sent hy the Cane,
omlnnle VIhI, free of eharxe, on reeelpi of
prlea, K.'li,l tor lr. Moiliplireyr' llmik on
IMreare, Ae.. (Ill iiuxesi, uImj llltlalralrd
( alnlouiiK, KIIKK.
All!., 1 1 iii ii h rt- y lloinenpnthlc
Med. Co.. 1U! tulluu til.. .New Vork.
J.ESTEY&C2 Brattleboro Vl
f. ..rf.,1 1 V tnr u. ftMiAnnA...! ik. -. i it..
e niMlie.il ftiiumritiM in inewmU llnrD mgnral
arl M ft Wnrl.ra Ksp""Hion. .nft nl I'ris 174.
6 A'l oiUrMuii. W B SCHlEFFtLIN CO B T
Insns Periont R8Tnrd!
Fral) Ttai A IBTa Iitrsisss, (x7y
cur fur 'ifi. KmU-iau and Sarr Atftctvmt.
lxnn.lM.s If uiien aa directed. jvY rittajttr
ArtUiay tuir. Ireatlm and K trial hottlefreata
I'ltpatlenU.they pa,ynKf xpremaa. Bend naju
P. O. and exnrn.1 addreu to I) a. K LINK. nil
Arch ol, rhiJJi lp!iia,i'a. OfjCpnttcifnlUrugjuU.
A rt)8ITIVK CPKB
y "h2Dt niedfrlnes. ALLAN'S SOLfBLK MKPI.
No. 1 will core any ears In fonr days, or leas.
A' wl" r'"'t D't otistlDate case, no matter
Of how longstanding.
No naureous d,i a of enhebs, eopalha or nil of
fcnd'tlwood, that are certain to produce dyrnepria
ry leairo)lna? the eoatlnirs of the stomach. So
5Tlnsorstrti,irent lojeaions to produts other
I'rtre J id. hol.D BY ALL DBfOGI3T8, or
iDBilcd o receipt of price.
for Itf her nartnolara send for circular,
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