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THR TWENTY-PI RMT AWitit omrr,,,,, ; :
OF THE UNITED STATES, 120 BROADWAY NEW YORK.
HENRY B. HYDE, President.
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1880.
Amount or Liuusa aaaim, Jan. 1.
lOOV MMl , , , , , t M,M
Iniereat and rent ,"".'
Wet profit od Investment
Claim by death ana matured cndow-
DOlUe n 1n(i ltn
Dlioonnted endowment tad matur'ed 4',""-,"MH
lontlne poltcIeiw.... ,. 178 KM Oh
Total paid policy-holder . . . . ,
Dividend on capital...
Ageoclte and cvrumleaione
Blata, county mil city taiee.. ...
I 4,7,',W7 17
Noteaab aaaeta. Due. si. 1SS0. . $ ftj
Bondi i and mortgage. .... ., a
United Slate ttorka ,.
8tattoc, city twrka, and dock
authorial hi the la we of the atate
of Mew Yutji
Loan ecurec by bond and etocke.
Real eUte in New York and Boatoa
nd Dnrehaaail nnSur t.ri,-
Caah on band In banka and other de-
poaiturlaa on mtoreat and in tranatt
Pns from agent oa account of pre
alum. ....... ...... ,......,.,
Jfarket: value of ftockt aad bond
or eoe u
Iniereat and rent 4 u and accrued..
Frtmlurr.e do and In proceae of
collection (lea premium paid la
Total aaaeU, Dec41.1W)... l,lS,,;as
Total liabilities including leg re
aenre fur raiaaarance of ail exist- I
in pulfclea f J1,S80.308 U
Total undivided tnrplua.... .....l t.taW fl
01 which belong (aa computed) to !
polideaiB general claaa
Of which belong (aa compnted) to
UciM la tontine claw... ,3,230 00
Bisks ARsumed in 1880,135,170,805 06
Risks Outstanding 1177.597,703 00
ft. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
tam aisivi. ' tais DifAar.
Mall ...4:10 em I eVaa : p.m
Bipraw... :f.m tEipreft S: p.m
Aocom diUon. 4 DO p.m tAccomdatlo..Jl:10.m
MISS CKSTRALB. R.
tKn..... j;Sfip.mltKafl..--,.. .. SMa.m
tKzpreta... ll:a m tlxpreaa 9:a.m
C. ST. L. R. R. fl.'rrow Canga )
Kiprtaa 4:Wp.m tpre 9 40 a. m
Accom'datoiii tr. p.m j Accom'dtion. J :S0 p.m
Sundayexcar'a 8:05 p m boaday excar n 8:40 a m
KT.L., I.M. 4 8.R. R.
KxpwM S:la.ratKxpreta .12:wp m
tAocom'datlon. :J)p a tAccom'daliou.II:45a.m
CAIRO VIKCKN5B8 R. R.
Kail A .... S.-0Pa.mMatlft Ex.... t:Wpm
Dally except Sunday . t Daily .
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIUS CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIEK & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth itreell fiiin Til
Commercial A venn I - lytlUV, 111.
THE IOH: KING.
Ready now, to furnlahand deliver ICS In any
qnantlly both wholeaale and retail, and at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES,
I respectfully loliclt the patronage of all my old
frtende and aa many nw one, and guarantee them
iaUifactlon. JA"boB KLEK.
STumit; Wood and Kindling
-Muctly on band
Stave Tri .
Atone dollar pei
Sh ehauwJt mt told In CalroJ M w,u
Larrno ofd.rat th Tenth atJM
?LMILY. CAIRO BULLETIN
ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE
From thn iiniiiii.iuj .. .
ncxi annual nrom um in . "
policica. w.u.p.ry pamcipaiiag
K-iS".y"iu,Uon.of tlie Pollca outiundinir haa
1 1 1 all nnia rn nrtiiA t " r . "
O. W. PHILLIPS, ) . .
J . VAN CI8K. f Actnarlci.
lA ft lIlM hh.l.H.t... .
the foregoing iment thereof la coriwt. '
"I'Vflflnfl VMM NH
HENRY H. TERBiXL,
n me cinie or the rar.
- - JMIARD Or DIUKnrokl!4
Henrv B Rviln 1....-
fleorrell M. ;.' i. ' ' lZHlwarl.
tiaoruo T. Ad.
lUnry A. Hurlhat.
WillUm U. KnKg,
nilliam A. Wheelock,
William U. Lambert,
Henry (1. Marq'iaiid
Jamea W. Alexander.
Honry 8. Terbell
TbomaaK. Yonnif, '''
Thoroai A. Camuiiu,
John O JniMm.
Kuhort Imi Kennedy,
B. iijamm Wiliiamaon,
Vi Uliam Walkar,
K. Jijuillnot Colt,
Thomai A. Riddle,
(tnoran W. Carleton,
Joao f. Navarro,
John J. Met'ook.
Stephen H. Phillip,
Samuel W. Torrey,
Alexander P. Irvlu,
William M Bliaa.
Samuel ti. (toodrich.
Daniel D. Lord.
Horace Po' u-r.
Edward V.'. Himbert,
John Sloane, ,
Heury N. Bntlrr,
Oeorg H. Btewart. '
jamm v. ALJiAA-JiDER, Vice PreiTt.
V 1 ut,n n . . . ..
naM LtL) iiOKKOWE, 2i Vice Pres't.
E. W. Lambert. M. D Edw'd Curtia M n
E. W. Hcott, Superintendent of Acencics!
.nmn western department.
. I Dearhom Strwt, Cbicairo.
W. N. CRA1NE. General Manager.
E. A. BURNETT, Affeut,
CAIRO AND KKW MADRID PACKKT-
TO NEW MADRID.
W J. Tl'RSER.Maaier
J. K. MUbK, Clerk.
Leavea Cairo for Kr U.driil
.eryTueady. Thuradar and Sattanlav at S p. m.
Betariiing leave New Madrid Wedne'adav. Fndav.
ana MonUay at 7 a.m.
For freight or paa?e apply to
JAMKb BltiGS, Atfent.
JOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Citt Ct.xaa- orm i
Sealed propovala vill be received at thia office,
directed 10 the unduraltrneri. nniil a n'rWk n n,
Tiieaday. Auguat 23rd, 1BS1. for furniahimt 500 feet,
t'i inch intxriiml rli.m.t.r 1 1,1. .,k n ..t- I
ircngtnened, and acaledenda, Arc eugiue robber
hoae, fltted with Caawiill a automatic eonpling.
delivered here. Said bidato give weight of hoae
per auction and number of aounda water preeaur
per aquare inch, guaranteed to tnd alaofor length
of time aurh hoee are warranted. The right to
rrjert any and all bida ia rearvid.
- . - . - - ' y 1 f fiiu w yt. I
D.J XOLP.T, Citv Clerk.
II. MAREAN, M.I).
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office on Commerrial aviinue near the corner of
Klghth Ktreet, over Tabcr Brother' Jewelrv
lUtidfluce corner Fourteenth Htmt and Wah-
Th (ulebrated Electro Vapor and Medicated
Beth which are an unfailing; cure Tor lih.-uniatlBm
Neuralgia, fever-Ague and many other ailment,
adiulnlatered daily during office hours .
Office hour, from 8to 13 a. m from 1 to fi and
from 7 to 8 r. m.
jfJEORGE II. LEACH, M.I).
Phvsician and Surgeon,
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic ,'reat
ment of aurgical diaeaau. anddiavaac of womeu
Office: NolO Eighth street, near Commercial
avunuc, Cairo, 111.
R. E. W. WniTLOCK.
Ornoa-No. m Commercial Avcnu, butwten
Eighth and Ninth StrecU
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICR-Klghth Street, near Com erclal Avenn.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & 8HEET3R0N WARE
AIL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois
CAIBO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY M0RNINO, AUGUST
Hatural PtuH Flavors,
Prepared from the tiolcest
Fruits, without coloring, poi turn
out oil, acids, or artificial
EaaenccH. Almtin uniform in
ntreugth, without huh ahillergl
Horn ,,-int iuriti . Have gained
their reputation from tlu ir per,
feet purity, uirir strength
uml giuilitu. Admitted by alt
who have used them as the tnat.
grateful and natural
lor calces, nuddhias.
creams, etc. f ,
Manufactured by 1
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo,,
Haknra of Lspnlin Yaaat Oema,
"a rliV CT0 Baking Powder,
aad Dr. Price' Unlqno Porfame.
We make no second yrade goods.
S - -
rpHE CITY NATNOAL BANK
O A PIT A Tj
W, P. HALLIDAY, President.
H. L. HALLIDAY, Vlce-Preaident.
THOS. W. HALLIDAY. Caahler.
I. eTAT TAYLOR, w. T. RALUDAT,
Mar L. lAIXTDiT. . H. cnWMlxaB.w
. U. a-ILIJAMOI, aTXPBJBN BIRD. '
. 8. B. CANDXX.
Exchange, CciU and United States Boudg
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Deuoaiterecelved and a eennral h.nkit.u v.in...
, Sitting Up Nights.
Mr. E. II. Perkins, Creek Center. N. V..
writes she had been troubled with allium
for tour years. Had to sit up night alter
night with it, and was ultimately cured by
two bottles of Thomas' ElectricOh..
A Liberal Offer.
Wagner & Co. Michigan Ave. Si Jackson
8t. Chicago, otfer to wmd Electric Belts,
Bands, etc., for the cure of Nervous Debili
ty and other disunites, free, for examiuntion
and trial before purchasing. These Elec
tric Dovicna are tho invention of Dr. D. A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, hik! am
claimed to bo tho only Electric Devices or
Appliances lor the euro of diseases that
have yet been constructed unon scientific
principles. See their advertisement in this
No preparation I have used can compare
with Fellow's Compound Syrup of Hypo
phosphites for, restoring strength to the
I think it the best medicine ever used.
. W. J. Homer, Buffalo, N. Y.
A Leap Into Popular Favor.
It is not always that the world acknowl
edges w'jat is right and best; but Burdock
Blood Bitters, by universal scquiosencc,
nsve bcon awardod the premium for cleans
jng tho blood, curing indigestion, cccitipa
iionj. regulating the bowols, ind ning up
nVT' ncrVM- Prico f 100, trial size 10
fab0 w. "'kmuwer, Broadway, Uuf-
and withKl? io2! tr,Rr8Pt-in0(,.ank.
enabled to walk wUnaf hca lon?1 ho,Y
Paul G. Scuuii, Agent? win nl1 tm'
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
.: NKW YOHK URAIM.
N kw Yokjc, August 15, 1 3 m.
Wheat firmer-No. 2 Chicago, fl 2!
m !I0;X. o )(ld Winter) fl Uyim ;JC
OHICAOO, ORAIN AN1 PORK.
Chi io, August 15, 10 a.m.
Fork -Oct, 18 15: Sep. 913 05
Client - Oct, 1
A I im 1
T 1 A.
Corn-Oct, (i()i.c- Soi, :,c.
CiricAoo, August 15, Vi t.
I'ork-St-p 17 92)4';
Wheal - Oct, it aiM-.': 8eiteiulH.r
II 80. !
Corn-Hep, OOc; (,)ct, 01,;.
Oau-Oct, U; Sep. SSI,,'.
CiircAoo, August 15, 1 p. si.
I'oik Oct. 1H on- ..,....!....
Wheat - Oct, ifji-j sr,,
Cojn-Oct, OOtg'c; Stiptcmber, 5!iC.
Oats-Oct 35 ; Sep, (!0;-
ICandndi'd from Fourth I'iig
bet. 11th and 12th sts.; north side of 5th st.,
bet. Commercial and Walnut sts.; south side
ot 5th St., bet. Washington ave. and Wal
nut St.; cast side of Washington ave., bet
5th and th sts ; east side of Commercial
ave., bet. yoih and aa ata.; south side ,,f
34th St., bet. Commercial ave. and Lever-at
100 teet; north side of 28th sts., bet. Poplar
st. and Commercial ave., 225 ft.inmicor. of
P.tplari south side f 27th st., bet. Com
mercial ave. and Poplar; east side of In
lar st., hot. 25th and 27th sts.; and woull
recommend that the ordinance committee
be directed to prepare an ordinance, pro
vtdtng for the construction uml reconstruc
tion of said walks; said ordinance to pro
vide that said work shall not be done until
the money to be derived from such assts
ment shall have been collected.
N. H. Thistle wooi,
B. F. Di.AKt, I 8
Ernrst B. Pkttit,
Alderman Saup moved that the report be
received and referred to ordinancu commit
tee, with instruction to report ordinance in
accordance with rccommeudation of street
committee. Motion carried.
Committee on claims reported back the
following claims against the city, recom
mending payment on same :
For labor on streets, rai!-oad Btreet and
P. Culladiue, 1 4 davs on streets no
John Higgi.us2 same tq
IJan t oley, 2 same o -q
P. Masteson, 3 same . , , J 03
M. Houlalian.4 sane '. s in
G. Washington, 3 same 4 05
(lias. Wheeler, 2 Bame 3 70
Nekton Perry, 2 same o 70
Wm. Carey, 2 same o
teams. . ,
I). Thiatlewood, 4J days with team
at i 1 j , 1 :i7
Tim Gorman, salary as street sup't. (JO 00
John Cain, 1 1 days on street with jail
f B"nS-;: 1(1 50
P. Culladiue, 10,'j' days on R. R.
I. Iligifins, 22 ssmu i 7ft
I). Foley, 22; j same -17
P. Masterson, 20 same 27 00
M. Houlslian, 12K same 17 oi
G. Washington, 22 same 29 70
('has. Wheeler. 22 V' same ;io 37
Nelsm Perry, 23J-j same ;) ;j7
vm. taray, 11 same
E. Fitzpatrick, hauling 2 cars pipes
and 4 loads
ii. right, naming 10 loads water
J.S. Hawkins, 8'4' days brick ma-
A l A
sou at a t.j io a 1
John Moore, OJj' days labor 12 82
James Mahone, 1 V. snme 9 ih
M. Stanton, 10 same 13 50
M. Sgott, 4 same An
dames Meaning, a,j;4 days on snle-
waiss U4, 42
1 nas. imncan, arijj same 34 42
11. nawson, 21 same 32 40
u. inistlewood, hauling car load
. ''neks . 8 ()0
1 1. I.eatli, hauling 12 loads brick. . . 4 SO
A Smith, hauling 8 loads cinders. . . 4 00
r. Waider, hauling 43 loads lumber 10 75
Jonn Ferguson, hauling 5 loads luni-
''er 1 75
d. rerieo, constructing 373 2-3 yards
brick sidewalk at lOo ;j7 30
J. rertco, constructing guttering
and curbing as per contract 21 29
Jenkins A Co. 559 yards filling on
Fifteenth street, between Cedar
and Loenst streets at 24 cents
$139 35, on Cedar and Sixteenth
streets 127 yards at 25 cents
3l 75... 170 10
Anthony Smith, tilling 500 yards
dirt on Walnut, between Ele
venth and Fourteenth strocts, st
24,' ic, 1123.50 and hauling 4
loads rubbish. 11.00 ...133 50
Jacob Kleo, ico for men on streets for
May, June and July 24 00
N. B. Thiatlewood, freight on brick
for sidewalks 41 10
Wm. Wolf, 5 kegs nails st $3.10.... 15 50
J, 8. McGshey, lumbor forstdowslk.124 39
C. W. Henderson, tools for sidewalk
laborers a on
Ferguson S Minsrd, reconstructing
sidewalk 447 !l
James Powers, repairing ttxds. .... 8 55
r. Vincent, Dbls cement at 1. 00. 13 50
J- "owley, notary public ac
knowledgment ot lignatures to
oiuiwin, printing dodgers and
deeds 10 0-
i 2iJ2rki?' ??r ' "
Inhn r C8'r1P8nK 3 30
JHn lain, dieting prisoneri before,
u mter trial.......
Courtney 4 Champion,
privy tub at i.ii
F. Vincent, 1 bid cement ' filr 'j'ail ' ' '
Cairo City Oas Co., gaa consunmd in
'?,am?' cnnsumBd In clerk's office
H. Cunningham, rentot council
cimmoer. . , , ;
P.O. Schuh, stationery for cierk'i
JI. Hhelton, salary as' janitor
John Hprnar, ic fr clerk'a office
(.aim f.ittt r:..
. VM gRS conaumea in
street lamps 224 47
Same, gas consumed in police head- "
M..a.-r.v ti rj o.-S
'vib, nnuunix men to jail . , . . , . ,V)
Wm. Braky, watching park....?. 5 00
'J! ";lY',n' I jwlicc-calls... 11 80
m. Hilary s Infirmary, c are and modi-
ciueof patieuts 2: 42
O. A. Osborn, percentage on fines. . 5 50
John Ilervey, hauling prisoner to
county jail j
W. h. Hendricks, percentage on
fines for June and July ;!8 55
Li. H. Myers, money advanced, (or
Courtney & Champion, emptying
Cairo Bulletin,' printing blank notes
for health officer .
Same, printing proceedings, etc
Sam Brown, hauling garbage: .
Telephone Co., for use of telephone
from Julv 1st to October lat
Telephone Co., for use of telcphope
in poi irR neadqnartera from uly
, 22d to October 1st ". 9 20
Committee on claims reported hack the
following bills fur action ofcotinc.il :
8. Walters, 1402 sewer pipes for R.
R. street :; 13
Fred Sebian,47 loads sand on R. it.
v H,Le!.t 47 00
W. H. Thiatlewood, cupense of get
ting rid of paupers 12 15
Alderman Wood moved that report of
committee recommending payment of billn
le received and allowed, excepting bills of
Telephone Co. which were by request kid
aside for separate action. "
Alderman Blake moved to amend by al
lowing also bilis for work on railroad
Alderman Wood arose to a poiut of order
stating that no action can be taken on bills
not reported back by committee unless by
suspension of rules.
Mayor ruled poiut of order well taken.
Alderman Blake moved to amend by
. . w
,u ""'""n '"8 reporrea on oy
Alderman AVood called for the reading of
claims reported back to council.
Claims as requested were read.
Alderman Wood arose to a point of or
der claiming thatseperate action should be
taken on bills.
1 ? a -
Mayor ruled point of order not well
Alderman Wood called for 11 division of
the bills before the eotinrll.
Mayor ruled that uuder, the motion divi
sion on question cannot be taken
Alderman Wood appealed from decision
of the chair.
Mayor stated the question
Shall the decision of the chair stand as
the decision of the body. Decided in the
affirmative by the following vote
Ayes Blake, Hinkle, Saup and Swo
Nays Hughes aud Wood
Alderman Blake's amendment put and
motion to nllmv bills l...t l. tl, r..n...:
'j " immmiijj
A 1.1... . nr. i . . .. ...
..i.-,,m, noon in explanation ot his
vU. sta.en mat tie voted aye ou claims re-
. .-..... . . . . .
ported on by committee on claims and en- ""pendent of Buffering, caused by dyspop
tered s protest against bill of 8. Walters. in' '"digestion, constipation, sick headache.
a .... Sf ..Al,.,.. At. . "
Ayes -Blake, lliukle, Saup, Swoboda
and Wood 5.
Nays Hughes 1
Ordinance committee submitted report
on ordinance to amend section 32 of chap-
tor six etc., recommended that tho ordinance
bo amended by striking out blocks "sixty,
sixty-ono and sixty-tour in tho city of Cairo farmer. I sell a first class standard two
and to further amend by inserting blocks nor!,fl harrow that will easily harrow 20
twit, flt'tl.rn Blirl flftv.nnn in ti, ti -t ..t.ii rrn" i n day, for ten dollars, all complete.
lion to the citv of Cairo and also recommend
that when tho ordinaco is bo amended, it do I
Alderuiau Blake moved to receive report
and that ordinance as amended bo amended.
Ordinance as amended read the second
Alderman Blake moved that ordinance
lay over until next meeting. Motion car
Finance cornniittco reported having re
ceived from Thos. J. Kerth, city treasurer,
the sum ot titty-two hundred eleven 10-100
($5211.10) dollars in caucollud general city
orders, fifty one hundred ($5100.)
dollars in cancelled coiipous from new in
stalment bonds, and ono hundred scyenty
nino 00-100 ($170.00) dollars in caucollod
rsilrond strip orders, all of which trey have
destroyed by burnlns.
Alderman Wood moved to receive and
file report. Motion carried. v
Finance committee, to whom ordinance,
levying and assessing taxes for the current
year, was referred, reported same hsck, re
NEW SERIES-NO. 332
commending that blanks be filled in each
pace, with the word "thirty," so that the
mounts will read -thirty thousand" dollars
in each instance,, .,'.-
Alderman Blake moved to receive report.
Alderman Wood moyed that the blank
btj filled with.tW words twenty-five."
Alderman Wood withdrew the motion.
Alderman RIke moved to concur in re
port of committee, and that blank be filled
Motion carried. . .
Ordinance as amended read a nemrwl
time. .' , . v
Ablerman Wood moved to adopt ordin
snce as amended. Motion carried and or
dinance adopted by 'the following vote:
Ayes-Blake, fl inkle, Hugh, Saup,
SwolNhU tnd Woof1.a.
.Nays Nonu. ', "
f Clerk rend petition of A. Swoboda ask
ing that he- he granted permission to re
move frame building now on Iota 3 and 4 to
the center of Us 38 and 39 in block t
first addition and that smaller nortion of
said biiildihg be remove on lot eleven
block 50, first addition.
On motion of Alderman Blake netitior.
was referred to committee on nolice. iail
aud lire department.
Petition of R. Jim;8 Mki0ff that Wn
licet, w of A. Weley be transferred ' to him
was read ami on motion of Alderman Wood
referred to finance committee.
Clerk read petition of Thos. Brown, ak-
nig permission to complete shed on lot situ
ated ou corner of 13th street and Commer
On motion of Alderuiaa Wood referred to
committee on police, jail and fire depart
Clerk read petition of Taylor A Jenkins,
asking for an extension ol 45 days on thuir
contract to till 1,000 yards dirt on Commer
cial avenuo, between 21st and 32 streets.
.Alderman Wood moved that the proer
officers of the city be instructed to extend
the time in contract as requested. Motion
Alderman Wood moved that pay roll tor
men and teams on strecU, &c, be allowed.
Alderman Blake moved to amend, by al
lowing all claims reported on by the com
mittee on claims.
Alderman Saup moved to adjourn. Mo
tion lost by the following vote : Ayes, Blake,
Saup and Swoboda, 3; Nays, Hinkle.
Huhe8 and Wmul s- r
I u j 'ivt wnuir U l,
Alderman Wood w thdrew hi mnfim,
1 - - v.
j Alderman Saup moved to adjourn. Mo
tion carried. n. j pnt r.v
Let tho poor sufferers from fml r,..
plaints take comace and rpioipo that rn!n
less remedy has been found. We refer to
LydiaE. Pinkham'a Vegetable compound.
I t is prepared at 233 Western Avenue,Lynn,
I Mass. Send to Mrs. Pinkham for pamph'
Hi'MJHEIJB of men. Women and rhilHmn
rescued from beds of nain. irkna
almost death and made strong and hearty
by Parker's Ginger Tonic are the best evi
dences in the world of its sterling worth,
lou can find these in every community.
Miih. A. N. Frank. 177 Wnar Tllttnnti
Street, Buffalo', N. V., says she has used
t. Ionian x,ciccinc uu lor severe toothache
and neuralgia, and considers it tho beBt
(iiintr sne Knou-i nr r,..
t..i n u.i...l . ' "'-""K I'am-
l biii ' J vv null, Agent.
Onr BWt.m- ln.1.-...i-.
I iiiuv irrmiriirr.
What can b nirB u. ....
or other diseases emanating from Hip t.im.
acu. Hum can easily be gained by a time
ly tiR.) of Buhpock Bixion Bitters. Price
$1.00, trial size 10 cents.
For Fannvi's. .
My patent adjustable HARROW is be
lieved to be the best, aa well as the cheap
est harrow that has ever been offered to the
"'.J !'W rt"1 ,ytter an.d J"PPBd
ci.ohiiiik io uireciioiis warrantea to give
satisfaction. Or, if a farmor wishes to
make it at honje and save froicht. and rive
is just the size and weight ho wants, I will
tell tho plan with instructions and rio-ht
to make one, and send it by mail tor one
dollar. If viilago mechanics wish to make
it to supply their customers, I will give
them very favorable terms, and they will
have In addition the advantage gainod by
saving freight. It is very simple and easy
to make. . Send for circular and price
tlis, 8. Hutchinson, Griggsville, Pike Co.,
An Old Friend.
He was afflicted with a lsmo back and
?:ncral debility; he was recommended
nomas' Eclectric Oil which cured him a
once. This famous specific is a positive
remedy for bodily pain. Pcal G. Scnrn,
Buck left's Arnica Salve.
. The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulscrs, salt rhoum, lever sores,
ettor, chapped hands, chilblains, coma, and
ill kinds of skin eruptions. This salts is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction In
vorycaseor money refunded. Price, 83
cunts per box. For sale by Geo. E, OTIara