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THE DAILY BULLETIN
(Mice: Uulli-tin Hulldintc, Wellington Avenue
RN'TgRKU AT THE POUT OFFICE IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIB, A8 8KCUMD-CLAM K ATT KB.
OFFICIAL f A.PKR OF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notitvi" In thl column, eltfht conUJ per line for
flnil ml nvo centf per Hue iUbquonl Inior
Hon. For one month, WcmU per line.
September 7 to October 22d, 1881, the Il
linois Central Railroad will sell excursion
ticket at greatly reduced rates for the
MUtid trip. A. II. Hanson, Gou. Pass. Agt.
J. Johnson, Gen. Agt., Cairo.
at De Baun's 50 Ohio Leyec.
The I Hindis Central Railroad will Bell
excursion tickets at gueatly keduckd rates
for r,mnd trip. Commence sale of tickets
September (Jth, and continue until October
7th; fiood to return on until October 10th.
The 4:20 p.m. lightning express leaves
Cairo daily with Tollman Slkepeii
tliroU"h t Cim'IN.vati without change.
A. H. Hanson, Gen. Pass. Agent.
Pkhso.ns wishing to enjoy a dish of
oysters quietly can be accommodated by
going to Mrs. II. Walker, on the north side
of Sixth street, between Commercial and
at He Baun's 50 Ohio Levee.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the ago for all Neive Diseases,
All fits stooped free. Bend ..to 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
The Great TripleX.
"XXX Beer." the. finest malt produo
lion ever brought to this city, has just been
received in larL'u Quantities by Mr. Louis
C. Herbert, near the corner of Eighth
street and Commercial avenue. The
"tripiile X" is superior to any other beer in
the country, is a cool and healthy beavorage,
which, once known, will be preferred to
every other brand. Call at Mr. Herbert's
and try the "XXX."
The Howe Scale Co. enlarged their
works twice last year to meet the demand.
Borden, Selleck & Co., General Agents,
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to soil ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ice to customers in quantities to suit
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake ice, lrom l
the Kankakee Ice Co.,Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 92. F. M. Waiid,
A new oyster saloon has been opened
by Mrs. II. Walker, in the front room of
Iter home on Sixth street, which she has
Mud up fu elegant style. Families wish
ing to enjoy a quiet meal of oysters should
call on .Mrs. Walker.
Oysters by the Can
at De Baun's 50 Ohio Levee.
To All Whom It May Concern.
Notice is hereby given that we, the un
dersigned, will make application to the
Board of Commissioners of Alexander coun
ty, at its next regular meeting, for license
to run a ferry between Cairo and Greenfield
Lauding. J.B. Biub.
Use The Caiiio Bulletin scratch books,
tor sale at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or $1.00 per dozen.
in cans at De BainYs.
Dyspepsia, diarrhea, and dysentery can
be cured by using Wright's Indian Vegeta
ble Pills which give healthy activity to the
entire system. (3)
"Miis. II. Walker has fitted up a trout
room in her L-mso on Sixth street in ele
gant style and has opened therein a first
cluss oyster saloon for the accommodation
of families. This is a quiet, respectable
place where the public can go and enjoy a
dish ol oysters in any style desired.
Fresh arrival of Select Oysters at Aviu
ger it Tharp's Restaurant aud European Ho
tel. Ohio Levee, ncxftoCity National Bank,
every day, and served up to order in the
best style, cooked or raw, at any hour of day
or night. Also for sale at lowest market
prices, by can or quart, for family use.
in eaus at De Baud's.
A Fine Farm
TO LEASE KOU A TEItM OF YEAItH.
I will lease my farm at Pulaski 10 miles
lrom Cairo, to a good teiunt for a term of
years. The farm is rich bottom and tim
Dere.l 'iplund, good. for frujt alld eary
fiir"' lW livi" of water that
, Khow n' of failing this present
dry season; new twu..tory dwelling of 7
rooms w.thtu flv mlnut. walk of railroad
depot jxwtcflicQ and Mraph office;
mineral water as good as tU8 b,!gt can ,
obtained by driving. At a little expense
a fish pond fed by livins watur ran .
made and stocked with native fish. Thn
wheat crop this season yielded 15 bushel
to the acre and corn will yield 30 biiBhcl to
the acre. As a dairy farm, the place is un
equaled. New I arm implements, cows
horses, etc. will be sold with tho lease it
desired. Parties are invited to visit tho
place or address me by letter.
E. M. Lowe. Pulaski. Ills.
Enquiries may be made at Ten Bulletin
ollico or of J. II. Metcalf, Cairo, Ills.
Show Window for Sale.
A large show window in good order is for
gale by Mrs. 8. Williamson. Apply at oneo
at her millinery establishment t the foot of
Seventh street, over Mr. A. Ilalley's store.
nalliday Guards, Co. "D," 11 Regiment
Aumohy Hall, Sept. 3d, 1881.
Company Order No. 1.
A full meeting of the company will bo
held at this hall on Tuesday evening, Sep.
teraber 0th for the transaction of important
busiucss. By order of
John E. Enolihii, Cattian.
W. P. June, Orderly Scrg't.
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
night, at John A. Reeve's auction house, cor
ner Tenth street and Washington avenue,
large assortment of Clothing, Boots and
Shoes, Crockery and Glassware, Furniture,
Stoves, Dress OoodB, Ladies' ware and JNo
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notices In theno columns, ten centa per line,
etcb insertion. Harked
Hattie S. an elegant small
cigar, at Schuh's.
See notice of Bhow window tor sale in
Henry Ilasenjager displays the finest
Swcituchcese to bo found in the city.
The now snag bout R. E. De Russy
arrived at the Cairo wharf yesterday after
Mrs. S. Williamson is still doing busi
ness at the foot of Seventh Btreet, over Mr.
Ually's hardware store.
The new plate glass tront of Messrs.
Burger Bros.' palace clothing house is one
of the most attractive on Commercial
The city council will meet this evening
at the chamber. No business of more than
ordinary importance is likely to be trans
acted. The earnings of tho St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway for the
month of August, 1881, were fG22,52'J.12;
1880, 5C5,8fi8.72. Increase, $50,GG0.40.
News reached here yesterday that a
man had been run over and killed on the
Illinois Central railroad, near Ullin, Sun
day myrning. No particulars could be ob
The track of tho Mobile and Ohio rail
road company has been laid as far as Fill
more, in Kentucky, and the line of the
road, so far as it still remains unfinished, is
swarming with laborers.
A. grand ball and oyster supper is to bo
given at Wickliffe next Saturday. It will
be the occasion oi the opening of a new
hall, and is expected that Cairo will be
Yesterday the Southern Illinois Metho
dist Episcopal conference, at Greenville,
III., appointed Rev. W. P. Wh:takcr as pie
siding rider at Lebanon, 111., and Rev. J.
D. Scarrelt, to CU Mr. Whitacker's place in
the Methodist church here.
A meeting of the county commission
ers was held at the court house yesterday
morning. A number oi bills were allowed
and nothing more. Another meeting will
bo held this morning at which the jurors
for the next term of court will be selected.
Mr. Barrett, of Minneapolis, Minn.,
arrived in the city yesterday. He has been
appointed by the Government to superin
tend the laying of the new walk around the
Custom House. The material to be used in
the walk will be imported Portland cement,
and work is to begin immediately.
Mr. Lochaby, the hackman on the
Vienna and Golconda route has the reputa
tion of being the most careful driver on the
road. Parties who have been driven to
Dixon Springs say they (eel as safe with
him at the helm, going over the mountains
as with an ordinary driver on the Btreets of
The veteran Sam Stickney is organiz
ing the Calisthenic Rotatory Combination
and will give a tent show at Mound City
next Saturday. Tho combination will
travel by boat and give two shows daily in
river towns. It contains an unlimited
amount of talent which assures all the suc
cess that friends could ask for it.
About half past eight o'clock last
night a plasterer, named Michael Champion,
fell from a scaffold and broke nn arm and a
leg. Ho was at work plastering the ceiling
in a room in Mr. Peter Ronan's house, cor
ner of Fourth street and Commercial ave
.nue, and was standing on a scaffold only
about favo foet high. He made a misstep
and fell off with tho result stated. Necessary
medical treatment was given him by Dr.
Yesterday's report of maximum tem
peratures shows that tho atmosphere is bo
ginning to warm up again. Pittsburg and
St. Louis reporting the mercury at 101.
Howevor we may reasonably expect a cool
ing down of the atmosphere in a day or
two, owing to the existence of another one
of those "cool waves" in the northwest.
Temporature at Yankton 54 0 degrees and
heavy rain, St. Tsui 61 and light rain, as
waB mown by thojafternoon weather bulle
tin ox yesterday.
-At the meeting of tho Young People's
temperance club at Reform hall last night
W Jennie Wilson and Annie Riley read
ThoTmpMceBplM Box," and Master
Sullivan mado a rousing temperance
speech. Among the business i
was the changing of the night of mating
0AIKO BULLETIN:' TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6, IS81.
to every second Friday night, the next
meeting taking place on the night of the
10th instant. The placo vacatod on the ex
ecutive committee by the departure of Mr.
Newton Kent lor Chicago was filled by tho
appointment of Mr. White, of Stratton &
The maximum tompcrature for six
teen hours preceding throe o'clock p. m.
yesterday, (Washington time) were as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tenn., 05; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 05 ; Davenport, Iowa, 04 ; Dubuque,
Iowa, 02; Keokuk, Iowa, 07; LaCrosse,
Wis., 81 ; Leavenworth, Kas., 05; Louis
ville, Ky., 09; Memphis, Tenn., 08; Nash
ville, Tenn., 01; Omaha, Neb., 87; Pitts
burg, Pa., 101; Shreveport, La., 07; St.
Louis, Mo., 101; St. Paul, Minn., 81;Vicks
burg, Miss., 97; North Platte, Neb., ;
Yankton, Dak., 74; Bismarck, Dak.,;
Dodge City, Kan., 89 ;
Two young men and two young girls
were out walking in an unfrequented por
tion of the city lato Sunday night, and alter
walking about some time, during which
they became separated, one ot the couples
was atopped by two negroes, one of whom
took the girl and the other the man and
threatened to cut sheir throats if they cried.
But the girl screamed nevertheless and was
released, but tho young man seems to have
been struck dumb with fear. lie was led
out toward the Mississippi leveo aud, when
nearly there, was asked to fork over his
money. lie had no money ami said so.
Then liir captors took a liking to the young
man's watch, aud while he was in tho act of
loosening it from the button hole of the vest
the young man struck him in the jaw with
his fist, knocked him down and then ran
tor dear life. These are the circumstances
as they floated through town yesterday.
No arrests were mado and it is not likely
that any will bo mado as the victims did
not recognizo tho negroes.
Some of the citizens of Cairo who are
anxious to have waterworks here without
regard to where they are built or what wa
ter is furnished, are expressing the fear
that Mr. Daniel will not accept the proposi
tion mado 'to him by the city council in or
dinance number seventy-thrce. The reasons
why they fear this is that it will requiro a
very largo amount of money to establish the
works, and that the terms of the ordinance
aro very much in favor of the city and the
people of Cairo in general. While it is true
that it will requiro much money to establish
the works and that the Interests of the city
and the citizens are well gunrded by the or
dinance, there are no reasons for
believing that Mr. Daniel will
refuse to accent the city's prornwition. Mr.
Diniel was present at all the meetings of the
committee appointed by the council to con
fer with him. Every point made in ordi
nance number seventy-three was discused
in his presence and submitted to him for
approval beforo it was adopted. Every
suggestion made by the committee that did
not meet his approval was argued at length,
amended and modified by concessions from
both sides until its form was satisfactory to
all present. Thus the ordinance as a whole
and in every particular is thoroughly un
derstood by Mr. Daniel and in his approval
of it he may be said to have accepted the
contract to build the water workB before it
was formally offered him by the city coun
cit. In another column will be found an
advertisement offering to lease a fine farm.
The matter should be of considerable inter
est to some energetic young man and need
not lose its interest if the reader should
chance to be a man along in life, who has
not lost the fire and enterpaisc of youth.
The farm offered is a handsome one of
nearly one hundred acres, embracing rich
bottom and fine timbered hills. It lies on
the outskirts of the thriving villago of Pu
laski, sixteen miles from Cairo, and will
some day be in the suberbs of a great city.
That is in the future. The lessee of the
farm lias to deal with the present. At a
very little expense a fine artificial late feel by
the living, never-failing springs that send
their waters down the valley from the hills,
stocked with game and other fish furn
ished by the state, would furnish amuse
ment for visitors and a profit for the owners
as fish farming in this country is becom
ing a great paying industry. A drive well
sunk anywhere at the foot of the hills bring
up water of precisely the same medical
qualities as that at Saratoga. Add to these
recommendations tho fact that no better
dairy farm could b found anywhere, and
a fair idea of the possibilities of tho place
in the right man's hands may be obtained.
Homo excitement was created in the
lower portion of the city on Sunday after
noon, by the report that a young man, nam
ed Frank Tell had attempted to commit
suicide by taking poison. Enquiry devel
oped the facts that he had gone to an
up town drug store, about eleven
o'clock in the lorenoon and, giving his
name as Body, asked for fivo grains of
strichnine, saying that ho wished to kill a
dog. He took tho deadly drug and wont
down to tho Rough and Ready tiro com
pany's engine house, in tho back yard of
which he sat down and talked with several
of his friends a while, giving them to un
derstand that ho intondod to kill himself.
Ho was seen to fold something up in t
small piece of paper and chew it for quite a
while, throwing away a paper marked "pol
Bon." To tho entreaties of his
friends to spit out tho
drug ho was deaf and after some time
complained of feeling bad and laid down
apparently unconscious. Dr. Dunning was
called who, upon exaiuing him, prescribed
a strong emetic and theii left him to the
care of his friends. It was the doctors'
opinion from the first that young Tell was
playing a ruse in order to alarm his wife
with whom ho had troublu a short timo be
fore ami this opinion was borne out by
subsequent developments in the case.
Young Tell was taken to bis mother's homo
on Ninth street in the evening and at last
accounts he was nearly all right again.
THE ANNA FAIR.
AN EXl'KESSION VV OPINION KUOM ONE WHO
Mr. Will Smyth who spent last week at
tho Anna fair reports that institution a sort
of dead letter. It opened Tuesday to a
few people, with no agricultural or mechan
ical display to speak of ami continued
through tho week till the utorm Friday af
ternoon scattered tho people in all direc
tions, and wound up a programme that as
it presented but a few attractions disap
pointed everybody who went there to see it.
One of the features of tho management was
that when a person paid bis admission, ho
couldn't step outside the gate without be
ing compelled to pay again for the privi
lege of re-entering. Parties who went in
and out during the day had to pay every
time they entered; men who brought stock
to tho exhibition, were even denied
tho common courtesy of a complimentary
ticket. The fair was conducten on the
principle of a regular grab game, and
seventy-five per cent, of tho people of
Union county who went to see it left dis
gusted with the whole business. It will
never attain to the importance of the Jones
boro exhibition one of the best conducted
fairs in the state. Tho Aunii people lack the
vim aud enterprise of their neighbors. The
best thing tor them to do would be to co
operate with Jonesboro and make that fair
what it bhould be the leading one ol Cen
tral and Southern Illinois. If tho Anna
people insist on conducting a fair they
should see that strangers who go there to
patroinzo it are not robbed at the gate.
Such is the opinion of Mr. Smyth.
Sunday evening a young man was drown
ed while bathing in the Ohio river near the
Irou Mountain wharf-boat. His name was
Joseph Berton. and had been in the employ
of Mr. B. F. Blukc as painter for nearly
five mouths. He was a Swiss, coming here
from Baden, Switzerland, about eight years
ago. Ho was twenty-six years ot age and
leaves a mother and two sisters in Baden.
He went into the water to bathe and, be
ing unable to swim, he took hold of the
chain which holds the wharf-boat to the
shore and drew himsclt out into
deep water hand over hand. What
made him release his hold
upon the chain is not known; but he did,
and lie immediately went under and had not
yet been found late last night. A friend
of his, named Christian Beilstein, who has
been a partner to Berton ever since he came
here, and who is also in the employ ..of Mr.
Blake, made an attempt to find the body.
Like his friend he could nut swim, but he
'ioil a rope around his body and another
around his wrist, with w hich he could sig
nal to draw him up, and then made a dive
for the bottom of the river. After groping
around in the water as long as he could
stand it, without finding tli body of bis
friend, he was drawn up only to find that
some scoundrel had stolen a pair of three
dollar cuff buttons out of his shirt, which
he had left lying on the shore .
PRESIDENT 0 ARFIELD.
Sunday's dispatch indicated a slight re
lapse in the president's condition, ho
vomited twice during Saturday night ami
his general condition was 1cm favorable
Yesterday's dispatches were as follows:
Washington, Sep't 5,8:30 a. in. The
president was somewhat restless during the
earlier part of the night, but slept well lif
ter midnight. He has taken and relished
the nutriment prescribed this morning. His
pulse in more frequent than yesterday ami
his temperature is a degree above norininal.
Pulse 102, temperature 09 5-10, respiration
Washington, Sep't 5, 12:30 p. in. Tho
president's condition has not changed mate
rially since the last bulletin was issned ex
cept there was some in increase
the frequency of thu pulse,
Ho has taken with some relish tho
nourishment administered by tho mouth,
had no return of gastric irritability. Pulse
1 14, temperature 00 5-10, respiration 1(J.
POPULATION OF CAIRO AND ALEX
Census bulletin number 2 18 credits Cairo
and Alexander county with population as
follows: Beech Ridge precinct, 375; Cairo
precinct, including Cairo city,
0,548; Cairo city, 0,012 1st ward,
1,544; 2nd ward, 2,404; 3d ward,
1,878; 4th ward, 1,829; oth ward, 1,297;
Clear Creek precinct, 488; East Capo Gir
ardeau precinct, 734, Elco precinct, 009;
Goose island precinct, 842; Lake Milligan
precinct, 50; Sandusky precinct, 439 ; Sautu
Fe precinct, 315; Thebes precinct, includ
ing tho villago of Thebes, 478; Thebes vil
lage, 114; Uuity precinct, including tho
following villages, 595: Hodges Park vil
lnge, 280, Unity village, 21; Total, 11,809.
Accordiug to tho above, tho aggregate
population of Alexander county is 14,809,
and of tho counly, outside ot tho city of
Cairo, is 8,797. So that Cairocontains
nearly two-tliirda of the population
of tho entire countv. But
theso figures aro based upon tho census bul
letin in tho assumption that it is correct,
which there aro many good reasons for
boubting; ono of them being that a direc
tory compiled only a short time beforo the
census was taken gavo Cairo nearly twelve
thousand, and another is that sinco tho cen
sus was taken Cairo's population has in
creased not less than three thousand.
Hence, it may bo safe to assume that at the
present time Cairo contains four-fifths of
the population of tho entire county. Cairo
also pays about nino-tenths of tho taxes of
the county, but falls a groat deal short of
deriving nine-tenths of tho benefits there
from. PROPERTY CHANGES.
Leroy Bedwell and wife to J.G.Rolwing;
warranty deed, dated August 18th, 1881,
for north half of southeast quarter of sec
tion thirteen, township fifteen, range three,
In Alexander county.
Herman K. Pellitand wife and Wm. Pel
lit and wife to Wm. Louis Petitt; deed,
dated January 19th, 1881, for lots fourteen
and fifteen, in section sixteen, township fif
teen, range two in Alexander county.
Dcrinda Petitt to Wm. Louis Petitt;
deed, dated August 29th, 1881, for lots
fourteen ami fifteen, in section sixteen,
townsnip fifteen, range three, in Alexander
Mr. McDonald, the superintendent of the
construction of the iron bridge on the Mo
bile irfcd Ohio railroad, below Wickliffe,
and w ho was so severely injured by an en
gine on the track of the Chicago, St. Louis
and New Orleans railroad some days ago,
is much improved. He will he able to at
tend to his duties again shortly.
Col. James Johnson has r turned from a
flying visit to Little Rock on Sunday.
Mr. O. Haythoiri has gone to Cincinnati
for the purpose of purchasing goods.
Mr. S. D. Carey, of California, is in the
city, visiting his brother, Mr. G. W. Carey.
Father Hopkins, iormerly of Cairo but
more recently of Niagara Falls was m the
city en route for St. Vincent's college, in
Cape Girardeau, Mo., to engage in teaching
there. He is a graduate of the the college
Deputy Sheriff Morse brought the negro
Thomas Biggs, who was arrested late Sat
urday night by Deputies Morse and Down
ing, into Justice Robinson's court yesterday
for preliminary trial and he was held to bail
in the sum of two hundred dollars for steal
ing a watch from another negro named
Lee Smith was arrested by Officer
Winis under the vagrant act and
taken for trial into the court of Justice
Robinson, who continued the case until to
MAOIsTKATK COM I NO'S Col KT.
Geo. Craig and Wm. Sterling were bi.tl
arrested by Officers Kimiesr and Hognn for
being ilnink. They were ru h lined o:ie
dollar and costs.
Ed. Shrift was disonhrly; umsted by
Hikers H.g!i and Kintiear and fined five
dollars and costs.
Wm. Carrol was arrested by O J 11
ccrs Hognn and Kinnear f'jr
lounging around the streets ami public
bouses without having any visible means
of support. His case was continued until
to-day and he gave bond for his sppehr
ancc. Marshal Myerj arrested one Benjamin
Lacy for carrying concealed weapons, lie
was Cued twenty-five dollars and costs.
Wm. Firston for being disorderly was ar
rested by Officer Wims and fined five dol
lars and coste,
E. C. Moore was drunk; urrestod by Offi
cers Wims ami Tyler and fined one dollar
The following postal card was received
yesterday by Circuit Clerk, A. II. Irvin
from Sheriff' Rendlcman, of Union county :
A liberal reward will be given by citi
zens nnd doubtlcs $200.00 by th governor,
lor the arrest of Samuel Hazel, for the mur
der of Mollie Dill ton, a child six years old,
on the 31st day of August, 18l.
Samuel Hazel is about 2li years old, 5
feet 0 inches high, auburn hair, hazel eyes,
high cheek bones, prominent Roman nose,
sloping forehead and chin smooth shaved,
short light moustache, bad countenance
and brutal face. Wears small black hat,
black coat and vest, black broadcloth or
black cotton pants, two shirts (ono hickory
and ono white,) boots a little run down,
with horse shoe on leg and steel plate on
tho heel. Hknky Rkndlicman,
Sheriff ot Union County.
Jonesboro, III., Sept. 5th, 1881.
Life Insurance Policies Contested!
The following tablo lias been compiled
from tho Report of the Insurance Commis
sioner of Massachusetts, 1881, undor tho
head of "Claims Resisted by tho Company."
We publish it for tho benefit of our Cairo
readers because the facts shown in this table
aro important to every bolder of a lite in
ruranco policy, and especially tho fact that
thoro is one company which pays its incon
testable policies promptly and without dis
pute. Borkshiro Life, of Mass .$10,000
Massachusetts' Mutual Lilo 45,800
Stato Mutual Life, of Mass 10,000
-Etna Life, of Hartford, Conn 22,015
Connecticut Gcneiul Life 5,000
Connecticut Mutual Lifo 121,189
Eqijitaiilk Life Ahhl-hanci: H'ty not any.
(lermania Lite, of New York 20,505
Homo Lifo, of New York 7,000
llomonpathic Mutual Life, of N. V.. 9,843
Manhattan Life, of New York 21,500
Mutual Life, of New York 219,078
Mutual Benefit I.ile, of Newark.N.J. 25,000
Mutual Life, of Montpelier, Vt 1(1,000
New Yor k Life, of New York 74, 500
Nw.Mut. Life, Milwaukee, Wis 31,000
Penn Mutual Life, of Philadelphia. 29.140
Travelers', of Hartford, Conn 18.000
Union Mutual Life, of Augusta, Me 4(1,975
United States Life, of New York. . . 22,200
Vermont Life, of Burlington, Vt. . . 2,000
Washington Lile, of New York. . . . 21.412
Total amount of Claims contested. t'Tyl ,980
"LlsMMO'v's Itinil.l Kr.i.K.1. ..1'' l... . rr-fit
medicine for fever ami ague, mul .1.1. mid
blood poison. Don't fail to tiw it.
A Smooth Complexion can Id hid by
every lady who will use Parker's On'i'r
Tonic. For promptly regulating tlm liver
and kidneys and purifying the blood tbero
is nothing like it, ami this is tl." 1 ;i.sou
why it so quickly removes pimph'j nn l
gives a rosy bloom to the : !hiI;. Sec
For 1' tinners.
My patent adjustable HARROW is be
lieved to be the best, us well as the cheap
est harrow that hu.-. ever been offered to the
farmer. I sell a first cbiss standard two
horse harrow that will ca.4iy bin row 20
acres in a day, for ti 11 dollars, -ill eompleie.
They can be ordered by letter ami shipped
according to directions warranted to ive
satisfaction. Or, if a fanner wishes to
make it at home and save freight, ;uid rrive
13 just the si.e Mild Weight in- wniits. I will
tell the plan with instructions nnd lilit
to make one, and send it by nt.it 1 Iwr hm
dollar. If village iiH'cdiaidcs wi.-h 'o:rike
It to supply their cil-toiiieis, I wili -ive
them very favorable terms, 111 I th.y wi!l
have in addition the advaotuge ;':;ined by
saving freight. It is very simple and wsy
to make. Send for ciicular end piiee.
tlis, S. Hutchinson, fingg-ville, I'ik" Co.,
W.ignn & ('... Mulligan Ave. , ,!;;,,. a
St. ChiC'IgO, niter to Ked K!i (-trie liellj,
B.lmls, etc., for the core i.f NrV'U - !
ty and other ili.-ea-.es, free, for cv.tt
and trial before purclianirig. Ti--trie
D'-viccs are the iuvtnt'.on lh
Joy, of the Uliivci.,i(y of Miehi;.-
claimed to be the only Electric 1 i.
Appliances for the cure nf di.-i.-i
have vet been constructed upon
I 1 - or
See tluir a'iverti.-e'ii'-r.t
Tens of thousands of dollars uic - i ii. !
ered yearly upon traveling quae! vi. i g i
from town to town professing to cure ail the
ills.fliat our jxxir humanity is heir !. Why
will not the public learn common si.ii..-, Mid
if they are suffering from dyspep.-ia or aver
complaint, invest n dollar in Sprii.g ','.'
oiii, sold by all i.iuogiots mid 11:0 r-- I by
the faculty, See testimonials. pii.-. r,
cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul O. Scli'ili,
COOKINO ST i: for
. w;t:i t .'.1 ir v. !."!
i two hake pji 1 1 r me' ln 'tkI
for ten (tipr-
V U.I ll'.'.l .
CI) r. il .1 1 ! v I . I vl .
rWiTltoJI t.r.VIU. ; UNO AMI ISAII.U"!. I
WA iiew uri'l CftmpU'iu Il"tel. with el.'vumr,
Iwllis mid all modern iiii"'"Vt-'",,',!,'J -
VKNTI LATH ) N UN EQUAL LF I .
Term S-'-OO to J 1,5" per liny, ao oidln tu toes'
tluil of rinim.
Li. KTAHKMU Ac IX)., I.esos. oh.
I o :e .
THE lOK KING.
Heady now, to farnlPli suit dellyor H'K In any
quantity 'oth wboluiiilo aud retnll. and at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
I renpcctflilly collclt the patrnrnce or rill my old
frlnndn and ai ninny now ones, and Kmirinieio uon
satisfaction. JALOI1 Kl.bli.
J)R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Ornui-No. 13 Commercial Avonne, bctwoon
Elyhth and Ninth Htroeu
JR. W. C JOCELYN,
OFflCB ElKlitb Htront, near Com ercta! Avmnio