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A Now ami i.ompiete Hotel, fronting on Lcvco
Second mul Kallroud Streets,
Tim I'liMenciT IVnnt of the Chicago, Nt. I,ouls
unci New Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabash, Nt.
J.ouls and Pacini:; Irou Moiihtuin uti'l KnuUiiTn;
Mobile ami Ohio; Cain and Kt. Louis Hallways
arc nil JiihI arniM tlm street ; while the Steamboat
Landing Ih hut one nijuitri; distant,
This Hotel In heated hy steam, (inn steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Klevator, Klectrlc tall ItulU.
Automatic Flrc-Alartns, Hatha, nhnolu K-ly pure air,
porlfii-t sewerage and uiiuplete appointments.
Hnpcrh furnishings; perfect eervico; and an un
I 1. PAKKTCK U CO.Jcnaepa
City Clerk's Ofllce, 1
Culro, Ills., December H1, JM1.
Seuled proposals vtlil tan received at this onlce, di
rected to tliu City Council of lliu City of Cairo, un
til 5 o'clock p in. of Tuesday, December Mill. IhM,
for furntnliliig tliu material mid ilolut; th work, or
doing i he work, uecessary for the.coimtrtiitiou and
reconstruction of the following sidewalks, tu he r
construe'cd of brick, vU: Un tbu northerly side of
fib street, riiuniiiK :i"!)feet eastuurdly from Wnlnut
atreet; on the southerly nidi? of Mb street, running
!!? fi;i!t essiwardly from Walnut st. ; ou we-tcrly
lld of Coinmercliil avenue, Wj foot. In front of lot
block lit. rl.y of Cairo; on the easterly side of Pop
lar street, between 17th and lHib streets; on the
northerly s'deoi 17t:i strset. between Poplar street
and Commercial avenue, (excepting In fron1 of lots
So. t, block K, firnt ad:'i1ion to Cairo, already
built by lot ow tii'rn): on tho easterly side of Wah
Ington hvi uc lm feet northward from corner of
bth street: on the northerly side of 1Mb s'.rwt, run
nlng 27i feet enstwardly from Cedar hi n et ; on ho
easterly ante of Watiint;toii avenue, between l'.tth
and UU.h, streets; on the westerly aide of War-lung-Urn
iicnuo, between aith und Center rtrcet; on
the southerly side of inh street, between U'aHUiriK
ton avenio and I'oplar street.
To be re-con-tructcd of wood, viz: On tho north
erly side of I'.l h ft reet, between Wachinston ave
nue and I'oplar atreet: on the westerly ride of Wal
nut street. I), tweeu 11th and Hth streets : on the
easterly side of Walnut street, between )1th anil
l-i h streets; on the northerly "lib- ol Mh Ktree'. be
tween Commercial avi nue and Waliinton avenue;
on the northerly aide of fttli ureet, rurmlnj; li'i b et
wtftetly f'om W achiniiiiin avenue ; on the aouther
ly nlde of 5:li mreet, running 1V f",-t wenterly from
vVaidiinj.'ton avenue; on the easterly fide of N'bIi
In.'ton Hvotuie. hetweeu Mh and 6tb "atreeta; on the
wi nterly aide of Comniercini avenue, between :nh
ttnd:!M htreelt; ou I he uorlberlv ilde ol "lh ntreet,
ruuiiln',' ''-' feet from I'oplar atreet lowardaCoin
menul avenue: on theaoutherivaideof jTlhH'reel.
between Com men ial avenue and I'oplar atreet: on
Die northerly ide of IMh atreet, runuinjr ' fc.-t
weateriy fiom Walnut ain ct; on trie aomher y aide
of l ull atreet, oetween Commercial avenue' and
I'oplar atreet; on the aontbcrlr Hide of Divliioa
atreet, between I'oplar atreet and W'aaiiinuton ave
nue To be ctiMitrurted of wood: On the easterly aide
of I'opbtr atreet, between i'th and JVth strectn: on
the northerly Hide of 17lh atreet, between Waahing-
ton aven e and Walnut a'reet ; and on the easterly
aide of Sycumoru atreet, from 'A atreet to -Ii
Aa provided by ordinance No. TS, approved No
vemher!, lsl; wh eh la on file In tbia ofllce, and
atit.jn-: to examination at any time. The rit;hl to
reject auv au,l all luda reserved dy the City.
It.,). Ful.KY, City Clerk.
! Mhlmll rrfo, rramat, IU frnklu, Ull.
Oald ! trilmtn Una A wwf Cawdi. Mlftl i a. .
Clinic; lluchuHindrake, btilluicia and many
1 i!ie'b--st raeditineaknownarecoml.iiitdinl'AB-'
fKEa sIjINCEr loKicintoameaicincoi aucn va
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ne land cMcc.uveiKwcr,.nito ri.ike It IheRreatcii,
Lie A I'uiifi-r ami Liver Keulalor and the
Ucatllaalth A Strength Itcatorer tier raed.,
It cure Jiyspeiisu, Khcunutism. KcurJiii.i,1
!;c;,eiie!,t, auu all cW.i-j-i of tho t)tonuch,
ik)c!, l.uris I.iver and Kiilneyv
kemciuU-rl 'I hi Tonic it tha Pt Famil
Medicine cvrr ni:e'.i',,uidi.cui truly ttiilvi,.!, (r,,ti
liitten, limber i'rciMrali'Jin, and oilier 'J ouim, a
t never i.itnieatcWcuri!ninlcciiiicM. h-n;
Parker's Hair Balsam
(i KAY'S SPECIFIC MEIUlIXK.
TRADE MRK. The Great Enit-
l:ah remedy, An
ti unlalllntf cure for
J. aeniliml weakneaa
potencv aud all
dlaeanea that folow
a a a ae'iuenco
of (elf ahuae; a
tfiitH of ttoonorv.
Before TmT'rt'Aftc? Tkiaa
dlnmeai of vlalon, premuluru old ai;o, mid many
other diHeiinea that lead to inaaultv, conaumpllon
or a premature trrave.
t iKull i arilcilnra In our pamphlet, v hlrh wa
deaiae to aend free bv mall to everyone. fTho
hpec lilc Medicine la aold bv ull druc'M" at $1 per
pncKatfe, or alx packaca for or will be aetit tree
dv mail on receipt of the nmnev, bv Bddri'aainir.
TIIS UltAV MEDICINE CO.,
HiirrALO, N. V .
Sobl in Cairo bv Paul . bchtili.
(the only medicine
IN EITIlkU Mqi'll) OU DUY 10U5I
Tout Actant Iheanino time on
ABB TES SID ITS YS.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
7),woM nllnm Ihtlt orat ornani In
hicomt cloggtd or toiiilJ, and tmtonwu
Viianortart thcryor forctti viio in oiwu
that trioul J be txpium naturally.
4 5 hSTrWiM
WILL SURELY CURE
V murv niccterc
M LIVER COMPLAINTS,
PILF.M, CONKTII'ATIOn, 1THINAKY
DIHEAMKN, KKMAI.K WKAtCNKNMKB,
ANU MKUYOCS ltlOUIEItH,
by caungfra action thttt organs and
tutoring their jmvtr to throw (iff dlttiut.
Vhr nu fTec llllloaa nalna and arhaal
tVI, 4rtrHitntnil wltli I'llnM. f'Aiiutlnfttlfint
O Whjr frlKhletied oer dlaordvrod Kldnernl M
11 nj rnuurn iieivuu wi iiviiuuriiesi
Vu Kl INK V-WOHTditc rvjil.v in fualth.
It la put up In lry Vffetublo Form, In tin
eanaonaaekuiriiiir whti'li inukea ala iiiarta ef
medlelna. Alan In I.loald Korm, vry ( oasen.
tratad, fur tboae that oainiat n iullly iren It.
.., li ti miitikl pfnt'leney In nlfker frinn.
OCT IT Or tOtm DKUOtllHT. lilltJR, t.00
WKLU. ttlCIUUDSOH A o., I'rop'i,
rtVIII auiiil thu dry poat paid.) BtlKMNMTOM, ft.
HN TlllltTY UAY'H TKIAL.
We will aonfl Dr. DvoXVIubriitod Klectro Vtilm
In Helta uud othur Uiwctrlo Appllnncua on trial for
!I0 daya to joiinK tnott and olW tieraona millet
d with Nervmia Ueblllty, Loal VltulUy. etc., mar
antoolnif apuedv reller anil complotii reatorallon or
vlaorand tnanliimil. Alao for Hluitimatlam, Notl
ralKlH, I'ttralyalM, Mvcriitnl Kidney illlllcultlna, Hun
turua htnlnianyothrtllaeaHa. Illtialmted pntnpli
Jot. aeut Tree Addwea Voltn!c Hull Co., Marshall,
0. Wubliington, 0,' days Biimo 0 07
JohnCuin, 10 duyg labor witli j tail
gang 15 00
Anthony Smith, 11 dayit with team
ttt 3.00 S3 00
Win. Gavin, hauling curbing 2 00
John Fertter, constructing 00 feet
curbing a) 11 contti; building 0
Jtono crosbinKS at $5.50, and
constructing 38 yards guttering
at 25 ciiutH 50 CO
Timothy Gorman, salury as street su
perintendent 00 00
James Powers, repairing and paint
ing city scraper 13 00
Clias. Duncnn, 35 daya on sidewalks. 87 50
Peter Walder, hauling 24 loads lum
ber 6 00
John Ferguson, hauling 2 same... 70
C. W. HenderuoB, tools for sidewalk
laborers 1 15
J. Klein, 500 bricks for Bidewalks.. 4 00
J. B. McGahey, 4794 feet lumber at
$10 70 70
II. T. Gerould, 154 feet 0-inch sewer
pipe at 23 cents 35 42
Same, 20 feet 20-inch sewer pipe at
85 cents 22 10
Sara Brown, removing garbage as
per contract 29 00
St. Mary's Inlirmary, care and medi
cine of patients 13 57
M. Wright, removing drad animals. 4 50
N. Ii. Thistlewood, money advanced
for repairs on public cisterns.. 13 50
S.Bradley, freight and drajageon
hose 1 40
C. Newland, testing fire hose., 5 00
H. II. Cunningham, rent of council
chamber 10 00
Cairo City Gas Co., gas for council
M.Shelton, janitor for council hall. 5 00
J. Coleman, stationery fo clerk's
John Cain, dieting prisoners before
ami after trial 108 CO
Clias. Throckmorton, one dozen mat
tresses tor all 21 00
John McNulty, stove pipe and re
pairs at vtil 5 00
Cairo City Gas Company, gas con
sumed at l'u I o 80
Cairo City Coal Company, coal for
jail 0 00
Cairo Bulletin, publishing proceed
ings 27 00
Cairo City Gas Company, gas for
Bfeet lamps 200 17
Cairo City Cotil Company, one ton
f coal. for police headquarters.. 3 00
Cairo City Gas Company, gas for po
lice headquarters 7 45
A.llalley, Htovc fur police head
quarters 23 00
H.T. Gerould, repairs on pumps.. 16 10
A. II. Irvin, certified copy of deed . . 1 25
John Q. Harmon, fees in cases in
appellate court against city . . . . 4j 80
J. II. Hobinson, percentage on fines
collected 21 50
O. A. Unborn, same 10 00
W.E. Hendricks, same 14 10
E. E. Ellis, printing brief in cape of
City vs. Bros 37 50
On motion of Alderman Fettit referred
to committee on claims.
Alderniah Blake offered the following
resolution and moved its adoption.
Resolved, That the street committee be
and they are hereby directed to fill the
lower end of Washington avenue at its in
tersection with the roadway recently con
structed by the Cairo and St. Louis rail
road company, in such manner as will ena
ble teams to conveniently use said roadway,
the expense of said work not to exceed
Resolution adopted by the following vote:
Ayes Blake, Halllday, Kimbrough, Pa-
tier. Pc-ttit, Saup and Wood 7.
Nays Hughes I.
The mayor informed council that the re
port of commissioners assessing cost of im
provements under ordinance No. 52, was
lost and it being necessary to again assess
the cost of same and appoint commission
ers, and he would place in nomination as
said commissioners to assess tho cost under
Geo. E. Olmsted, N. A. Devore and T.
Gorman, which nominations wero con
firmed. Alderman Patier being absent when or
dinance was acted on in the early part of
the meeting was read, asked and was
.'ranted permission to introduce the follow
Resolved, That tho mayor is hereby in
structed to notify the abash Pacific and
St. Louis railroad company, under section
eleven, chapter fifteen, as to railroad, to
plane at tho crossings ol Twentietn, Tenth,
Eighth, Seventh and Sixth Btreets flagmen
to better protect the traveling public: and
tho city marshal is hereby instructed, after
such is given, to see same is complied
with, under such penalties as stated in said
Alderman Wood moved that tho resolu
tion be printed with tho proceedings, and
lay over until next meeting. Motion car
The mayor reported that tho contract for
hauling garbage had expired, and that tho
present contractor agreed to remove Bamo
once a week fi.r twenty dollars per month.
$ Alderman Wood moved that tho proper
officers bo instructed to contract for tho
removal of gnrlmgo for two mouths at the
Motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes -Blake, llalliday, Hugh's, Kim
brmigh, Tatier, Saup and Wood 7.
Nays Pcttit 1.
Stato and city liquor bonds of tho follow.
ing named persons were read for approval :
Patrick Maloney, Thos. F. Ilord, F. W,
Susanka, Z. 11. O'Brianr, Lizinker Scott,
Matthew Clarke, and city bond of Henry
Alderman Hughes moved to approve of
bonds. Motion carried.
Alderman Blake moved to take from tho
table Itills of Win, Gavin, Clias. Thrupp,
Fred Thomas, Edwin Thrupp and George
Washington placud on the table at meeting
ol JNovcmner e.
Claims of the above named persona wero
Alderman Blako moved to allow same
Motion carried by tho following vote:
Ayes Blake, llalliday, Kimbrough, Pa-
tier, Pottit and Saup 6.
Nave- HughrHltnd Wood 2.
Alderman llalliday moved to adjourn
Motion carried. D. J. Foley, City Clerk
OA IRQ, BLLLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 1881.
Those languid, tiresome sensations, caus
ing you to feel Bcarcely able to be on your
feet ; that constant drain that is taking from
your kystem all its elasticity; driving tho
bloom from your cheeks; that continual
strain upon your vital forces, rendering you
irritable and fretful, can easily bo removed
by the use ot that maivelous remedy, Hop
Bitters. Irregularities and obstructions of
your system are rdicved at once, whilo tho
special cause of periodical pain is per
manently removed. Will you heed this?
Cincinnati Saturday Night.
If the thousands that now have their rest
and comfort destroyed by complication of
liver and kidney complaints would give
nature's remedy, Kidney. Wort, a triil they
would be speedily cured. It acts on both
organs at the Bamo time and therefore com
pletely fills the bill for a perfect remedy.
If you have a lame back and disordered
kidneys use it at once. Don't neglect them.
Mirror and Farmer.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Terms ot Supsoriptlon.
PUIK of i'ohtauk:
Oallv. one year ..
Daily, one month
weekly, one year . 2 00
Weely. 8 montha M- 100
nr-ciuba or nve or more for Weekly Bullatlnlat
one time, pur year, $1 50
1KVAKIABJ.T IN AUVANRC.
All Communications should be addroaaud to
E. A. BURNETT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
Snium'a Cooon and Consumption Cure
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 0
FELLOWS' IIYPOPIIOSPHITE9 dif
fers from all hitherto produced, in composi
tion, mode of preparation, and in general
effects, and is sold in its original form. It
was developed from actual personal experi
ment, embracing many months, while the
inventor was suffering from pulmonary con
sumption, and nervous debilit.y The good
results following its first use have since been
repeated in numerous other cases.
The beauty and color of tho hair may be
safely regained by using Parker's Hair
Balsam, which is much admired for its
perfume, clearliness and dandruff eradicat
Ik Catarrh sufferers wish to be convinced
that Catarrh can be cured, we advise them
to write to Dr. C. R. Sykes, 109 Madison
6treet Chicago, and ask for testimonials of
cures. He has any number of them, and
they are reliable.
Smum's Vitalizeh is what you need for
Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10
and 75 cents per bottle. Paul G. Schuh,
Mr. Rikfknstein, Boston, Mass., writes:
"Your SPRING BLOSSOM has cured me
of dyspepsia, of four (4) years standing. I
liavc regained my normal appetite, can
sleep well and feel like a new man."
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cts. Paul
G. Schuh, Agent.
An Old Friend.
He was afllicted with a lame back and
general debility; he was recommended
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL which cured
him at once. This famous specific is a
positive remedy for bodily pain. P. G.
Our Glorious Independence.
What can be more glorious than to be
iuiuj.un,tiint of suffering, omi iy dys
pepsia, indigestion, ciiiBi;intion, sick head
ache or other diseases emanating from the
stomach. This can be easily gained by a
timely use of BURDOCK BLOOD BIT
Price $1.00, trial Bize 10 cents. Paul G.
Cnocr, Wuoorixo Coron and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
Paul O. Scnuh, Agent. 8
Couldn't Fool Him.
Found A goat; owner can have him
by proving property and paying ex
penses. Apply at 119 West Eighteenth
A small man with a sharp (ace opened
"Have you found a goat?"
"My vife found him. Some boys
brought him on a rope, and my vifo
slug them over that door step and took
"Well, that's a good way of finding
a goat What does it look like?'
"No you don't! 'I tell you that was a
goadt with green wool and a purple
nose, and then your heolor ho come
back after some times and says, '1 was
tho owner of that goadt with grcon
wool and purple noso? Oh, no, I don't
get caught so like that."
Then tho small man winkod know
ingly and goutly closed tho door. -iv.
It is a mistake to cat quickly. Mas
ticiUion performed in haste must be im
pel feet even with tho best of teeth, and
duo admixturo of tho salivary secretion
with the food cannot take place. When
a crude mass of inadequately crushed
muscular fiber, or undivided solid mater
ial of any description, is thrown in'o
tho stomach, it acts as a mechanical
irritant, and sets up a condition in tho
mucous mombrane lining that organ
which greatly impedes, if it does not
altogether prevent, the process of di
gestion. V hen tho practico of eating
quickly and filling the stomach with
unprepared food is habitual, tho di
gestivo organ is rendered incapable of
performing lis proper functions. Eith
er a much larger quiuititiiy of food
titan would bo necessary under natural
conditions is required, or the svstem
suffers from lack of nourishment. Those
animals which weri intended to food
hurriedly wero either gifted with tho
power ol rumination or provided with
gizzards. Man is not so furnished,
nnd it is fair to assumo that ho was in
tended to oat slowly.-.ZOMtfort Lancet.
"I always let a cold go as it como"-ouo
says; which means that ho overworks the
system in getting rid of a cold rather than
assist it by using DIl. BULL'S COUQU
BYULT. Price S3 cents.
Mra. J.O. itobertann, Plttabnrtr, Pa., wltea: I
v?aa luil'eritiff from general debility, want of ap
petite, conxtl pillion, etc., aotbat life wtu aburdeu;
afterunln); litirilock lllood Itinera I felt better tliau
forycara. I can not (.rulne yonrblttera too nmctt. "
R. Olbba. of Hulfuln. N. Y.. wrltea: "Your Hur-
dork lllood ltl'torn, in chronic dlaeaaea of tbo blood
liver and ktdne, a, have been alnally marked with
mroenK I lmve lined them myielf with the heat
renulta for tornldltv of the live t. and In the caMO ol
a friend of mine aulTeriUK fro" i dropay, the effect
Bruce Turner. Hocheavr. N. Y.. wrltea: "I
have been aubjeel to aeriona dlaorder of the kid
mya and unable to attend to bualnnaa; Burdock
lllood bittern relieved me before balf a bottle waa
lined. I feel confident thut tbey will entirely cure
K. Aniinlth Hall. Mlnirhamton. N. Y. wrltea! "I
fullered with a dull pain through my left Iuiik and
ahoulder. Lout my atiirlta, atinetltu and color, and
could with difficulty keep up ail day. Took your
iiuruock I oooct Kilter" n directed anu navelelt no
pain Binco firm week after union them."
Mr. Nouh Bales. Elmlra.N. V.. wrltea. "Ahont
fouryeara apo I had u attack of hllotia fever, and
never fully recovered. -Mv diRentivj orana wero
weakened, and I would be completely proxtrated
for davK. Afier unltiL'two bottlea of your Burdock
lllood Hit tern the improvement waa ao vlalhle that
I waa anloiilahed. lean now, thouuli nlxty-one
veara of iiyo, do n fulr anil reuaonahle duv'a work."
C. Blneket Hoblnnon, proprietor of tho Canada
'reahvterlau. Toronto. Ont.. writes: "For veara I
atifl'orid pre.atlv Irom oft recurring hcudachea. I
lined vour Burdock lllood Bittern with happleat re
aultii, and I now dud my self lu better health than
for veara pant.
Mrs. Wallace, BufTiilo. N. Y.. wrttoa: "I have
used Burdock Blood Hitters for nervous and blloua
headaches, and can reco in mend them for anyone
requiring a cure forhillousuean."
Mrs. Ira Mulliollaud, Albanv. N. Y., writes: For
several veara I have suffered from oft recurring bil
ious headaches, dvnpepnia aud complaints pe
culiar to mv sex. Since usine your Burdock
lllood Bitters I am entirely relieved.
Pitti'E, $1 t'Eti iiotti.k: sAJiri. atzx 10 its.
OSTER, MILBUilX & CO,, Prop'rs,
BUFFALO, N. Y.
For pale by PAULO SCHU1I 1
Indian Blood Syrup.
J Dyspepsia, Liver Dls
t." euses, KeverHIld Altlio
Ilenrt llisense, HilloilH
ness, Nervous Debility
THE 15 EST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Tliousaml Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
This Svrui) nonnennes varied nroberlles: II stim
ulates tho ptyaline lu the saliva, which convcrta
the starch and suiiiir of the food into ulucose. A
deflclency in ptyaime caiines wind anil nuiirinn of
tue toon in ine stoniacn. 11 tnemeniciu juiin
immedlatuly after eating, the fermentation ol loud
It arts upon the Liver,
It aats upon the Kidneys,
It Regulates the Bowels,
It l'urilit'S tin; lllood.
It Quleta the Nervous System,
It Promotes ingestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens anil Invigorates,
It Curries off the Old lllood and makes New,
It Opens the, Pores of tlm Skin anil Induces
It neutralizes the hereditary taint, or nolnon In
tho blood, which ireuerules Scrofula, Ervslpelas,
aud all manner of iikin Disease aud Internal hu
mors. Thero are no spirits employed in Its manufacture:
and It can be taken by the most delicate babe, or by
the aged and feeble, care only being required In at
tention to directions.
Gnlva, uonry County, Ills.
I wassufferlntr from Sick Headache aud D'r..l-
ncna so that I could not attend tnmy household du
ties, aud a short trial of Dr. Clark Johnson's Jndl
au lllood by nil) eflVctilallr cured me.
- ...... ,,.,.&VT.t-lta
Waterman (Station, DcKalb Co., Ilia.
This Is to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup has cured tue of l'liln In the Hack. It
Is a valuable medicine. MHS WOOD.
Centre Hill, While Co., Ark.
This l to certify that 1 was afllicted with 1'alpi.
tut lu 11 of thu Heart for many years I tried differ
ent doctors, whose prescriptions tended more to
weukeu mu tban they did to nlrengtlmn. lac last
res Ive l to try Dr. Chirk Johnson's Indian lllood
Syiup. which proved to be a positive cure not on
ly curing thu lb-art Disease, but also a Mick Head
uch which bad been troubling me.
MHS MAUY A. NKAL.
I was alllir.ted with Liver Coiiipluint and Dyspep
sia and failed to get relief, although using medi
cines from our bent doctors I commenced using
Dr. Johnson's Indian lllood Hvrnp. and ashort trial
cured me. T. W. KIHINO. Molina, 111.
Tills certifies that Dr. Clark Johuson's Indian
lllood Syrup bus effectually cured me of Dyspepsia,
Too much uuuuot be said In praise ot It. .
W. K. Wl.M.MKU, lledtord, Jto.
Agents wanted for Iho tale of the Indian lllood
Syrup in every town or villugu, In which I have no
agent. Particulars given ou application.
Dltl'tltilSTS SELL IT.
labratory 77 West 3d it., N. Y. City.
Dr.Stinson 8 AsthmaRoincdy
la uneqnaled aa a poaitlve
Alteratlvit and Cure for
Asthma and Ersporsia,
and all their attemliiiit evils.
It does not merely
fcfford temporary relief, but Is a peruiaiieui emu.
Mrs. H. . Lim.or lleliiiori', i.i says ui n
unHtd a the mrrdu iirirlt lit it'inr fffflnll. B M
ln$ Urn niniu-oic in ttt v
eoiiua nnd moils nvrrtni
vi art tltnl hat Uxttrttnl my
nwhl iltloiil cohiiiiii;." I r your oruKHim
keep It, send for treat Im hiiiI t! 1 mj"il to
II, I. Ii I M 11,
I f your druKiilst disa uot
80S UruiMlwa, New
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A vlolini of youthful Imprudence canning lTemt
ur Dcy. Norroua UatUlly. Isnt Manhood, ale,
having tried In vain every known remedy, has dis
covered a simple ielf oum. which be wlU aend rHEK
to Ids fellow-sufferers, address 4, fit U ivS
Ci Utulhnui M. N. !
Its Relief anil Cure as certain as day follows day hy Pr. J. A. Sherman's Method,
With safety from tho dannera of strangulation aud without the Injury trtmaea inflict. Those wlahlng th
proof should send 10c for this hook, coutainlnu likenesses of cases before and after cure, alao endow
ments of professional gentlemen, mlnls'cra, merchants, farmers aud others who have been cured. Truss
ea and Rupture sooner or inter affect the nervous aud muntal system, bring on organic diseases, im po
tency, r'estrny energy and aociai desires, makini; the young old and the old usaluaa. Office Ml Broadway
N. v., and 4.1 MIIk nt , Boston. Iiays for consultation, each weekNew York, Mondays, Tuesdays and
Saturdays; Boston, Wednesdays, Thurndsys and Fridays.
For sale by C. W. Henderson. Cairo, Illinois.
TEE MILD PO WEE
Humphreys' Hoineopathio Specifics
I'roved from ample exirlenc nn entire
suci'cn. Hlinnle, I'roiiipt, Klllcienl. and
Unliable, tbey are the only medicates
adiiptetl lo popoiicr use.
i.ikt I'uiscii'ti. son. rt'nra, raicc
1. Fevers. Conaentlon, Inflnnimatloin,
Ii Worms. Worm 1-ever. Worm Colle. .'.'.1
3. ( rylncl Collr, or Ic-lhlnu of Infauis,
4. Dntrrlien of i lillilren or Adulls, - -.
ft. Itynenterv. (,rliluK, Unions Colic, .
6. t tiolera .Murium. oinllliig, JA
7. CniiKh", Colli, lironeliltls. -
H. Neurnlala, 'loollinehe. 1 neeaehe, .
. Ileailaebes, Sick lleailaehes, Vertlno.'i'i
10. l,niei.B, lllllous Sionmeh, - .'Jf
H It. Sninpressed or Painful I'erlodn, 5 I
ii. nltes, loo prorumi I'erloils, - .
VI CroHii, Cough. Iiinicult Krraililng, .i'
14. Kail Itheoio. rVyslpi-liia, lvriiUloin,
1') lllieiiinntl'.iii, Kbeiiinmle I alnn, .a
16. Keernn l icue,l It 1 11 . 1-ever, Agues, r
17. Hiics, Wool or HleeilliiK, M
l. ( nlnrrli, ileum orelironle; Influenza, nu
U l. IIOOOllC 1 OIIUII, vuueoi , Mio'im.
R l. Ijeiiernl llehlliiy, I'hyn'l VYcickucMi,
J.'i. hlilnev Oisenne, .So
Ifl jM. er.ou. Itehilltv . fpermntorrhea, l.m
U tu. I riliaryW I'Nkiiena.wetlliiK'lielleil.riO
,ti. hmeune ot Ihe Henri, I ulilliilioii, 1.'".
Knr HjiU-liydniKKln.orHfiii ly the Ciise,
orniiiKle Vlul, free of eliurce. on reeeliit of
oriee. ,s-ii'l for Dr. Iliiimihrei ' Hook on
IJIMneasf. cVe.. 1114 nitijiil, ulno llluntraled
Addrenn, liiiiuiiiirevs ilomeopnllile
fu., J'.. J.lft Li. I . .. w .. v I. I
NEW ADVF.RTISKM KNTS,
m Vortnnet ArentswrlteoutcklTerrltoryfren.
H Si nlirely newlietri'lllnit iiitli:lenoul. I'l-opcll-C
J lug Hells fur m'wli:K suit nil muelilnes. In
61 1 .-ii "tilde P intK'iirilaiiit a perfect ImorHprliiK.
8 Tlio i'. T. toiled W Ire llelt Co.. 8UO 71U A vu. K . V.
ana Prrsnru e'ci'iirsdj
Jo-tcnt. tin. 'j ors
MlNfAl tl'il.K. if t.lK.'ll M dire, lf,l. So Fttuxfl.r
f-J hrstiiau'tlixr. Trt-mlne flM.I t'l trial bottWclrn'ia
LJI Kiti'iil'.i nia.inev .,iviniexir-S'iiir, !iiiuii,
I..P II n,i,l ,nrM I n llu K I I ' If u I
Arc)iL;t.l'lil.4C'lilna. la. su vtuu:ijmMiumui.
Sr. S. Silsbe 's External Pile Ecmedy
Gives Instant. 'ellel audiaanlnfalllluo
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Bold hyPnwirKsevi'ryirrirre. Price, f 1 no per box
prrpni't hynniil, Kampl. i sent res to i'liyairlaii
and llsnfferi'ra.hy I' Neni:iedter& Co, Hot S'.ua,
tiuw 1'urkClly. bolu mauuiuuturera of "AnaUtit.
NEW ADVERTISES! KNTH.
AN ONLY DAUGHTER CURED OF
When death was hourly expected, all remedies
having failed, and Dr U Jiiuiea waa experimenting
with the many herbs of Calcutta, be accidentally
made a preparation which cured Ills only child ol
CO.VSl Ml'llON. Ills child is now in this country
and enjaylng the best of health. He has proved to
thu world that consumption can bo pcccltlvely and
permanently cured. The doctor now gives thla Re
cipe free, only asking two three ceut sunups to pay
expenses. This herb also cures, Night Sweats,
Nausea at the Stomach, and will break up a frush
cold In twenty-four hours. Addross Ctnddock
Co., luiii Kuco street, J'hllndulphla, naming this
T BEATTY'M PIAVOKOnTKS-.Magnlilccnt boll--"
day prenenta ; square grand plunoforts, four
very handsome round corners, rosewood cases, threo
nnisoiis. Heal ty'a matchless Iron frames, stool, book
boxed, Wi 7u to 1207 Ml ; catalogue prices f 11(1(1
to $1,01111; siitlsracllon guarunteud or money refun
ded, al'tvr one year's use; upright planolortea 1 1 25
lo $225 ; catalogue price ;,(i0 to 1:10(1 ; at iiulard
pianoforte of tue universe, us thousands testify;
write for a mammoth liat of testimonials. Deattya
cabinet orirans. calhedtal, church, chapel, parlor,
f :(l upward; visitors welcome; free carriage meets
passengers; Illustrated catalogue (holiday edition)
free. AdrireBS or call upon Dlltllel K-lleiitly,
WiiHlilnglon, N. J.
HANDS and olid ANS at exiraordlnary low pri
ces for cash Installments received. Hplendld or
gans, It;,, foil, till) tin. Magnillcent I'-i oct. rose
wood planus, stool anil cover, only f UK). Warran
ted rt years. Illuslraled rataloguo mailed. Agent!
wanted 110HACK WaTKKH A CO,, Manufactur
ers, H'Ji Ilroadway, New York.
a vasu ot
in cacti neigiinorhooii with lir Kiirsncr a
Iteunaly, to Introduce It, hum pie free.
Ol.i: TII.TDN, ritlbuiu, l'u.
I OLD MEDAL AWARDED
ill A iithot. imw nil Knutl Mml
kwl Work,warruitl Uw Ixat and
liMpvst, ImtlsiNHisalils to tfwri
Bian,MiUUd "Ui HoUmmor lit
or,tWlt I'i wnstSm " hunnd in
nuut rninon annalua, ambntMMl.
full allt juo pmsuautua bMuUtul
sl ml aaifravinf, Itt praaurip.
tuwa, hriM only (l.Hsmt by
liaHratnlaiunnIa, Somite l
w.AddiM IWwdv Mud-
M W W T04 DR
"S'Viitliiiii in: I
I ll?!..! -. -... n n -rj,,- ,
by thla simple water
lower Inveution may
avoid all the lalmr and
Injury of driving her
Hewing Machine. Over
5,000 of these Rackus
Water Motors, noiselasa
and oruuiiientul, adapt
ed to all Sewing Ma,
chines, aro now giving
Perfect sntlsf action.
Two slsos are made for
Household Sowlna Ma
ohlnea. Price, $15 and
9ii."0. Also larger
sizes for faetory needs
and fur all kinds of ma
bona for circular to
BACKUS WATER MOTOR CO., Nowark, N. J
This la thu
Must Kconoiiiinil Power Known
FOR DRIVING LIGHT MACHINERY !
It takes but little room.
It uever gets out of repair.
It cannot blow up.
It requires no fuel.
It uee Is no engineer.
There is no delay; uo firing up; no an lies to clean
away ; no extra insurance to pay ; no repair
ing necessary ; uo coal bills to pay,
and it li ulwaya ready for usu.
It is Very Cheap.
Trices $11 to J uki. Hlnte paper you taw this ad In.
si s w " Great chance to make mon-
1 I IV ey. Those who alwaya take
I I II i I I advantage of the good Chan
I J Ii 1 gces to make money that are
"offered, generally become
wealtliy.wblle those who do
not impiove such chances remain In poverty. We
want many men, women, boys and girls to work for
us right iu their own localities. Any one can do
thu work properly from the first start. Tho bus!
ness will pav more Ihau ten times ordinary wagei.
Expensive oiitlll' ruislied free. No one whoenga
ges fails to maki money rapidly. You can devote
your whole Mnu to the work, nr only your spare
moni'iti's, Full Information and ull that Is needed
sent free. Address Stinsou Jt Co., PoitUnd, Maine.
V,'u continue, to net ns Solicitors forTatenta, Caveats,
Traile Murks, Copyrights, etc., for the United suites,
Ciiniiiln. culm. Kiigliind, France, (iermiinv, etc. We
ii.ive hud thirl)-live jcam' ciperienec.
I'nteiitsiihuilned through ua aro liolieed In the SCI
F nt i Kit? Amkuk-an. This large nnd splendid lllus
trilled weeklypuier.$U.20ayear,shows thu Progress
of Sclenei. Is very Interesting, and buaan enonnoua
circulation. Address MCNN A CO., Patent BoUel
tors, I'ub'a.of Hcikntikki amkkican, 87 1'urk How,
NewYork. Hand hook nhoiit intents free.
Bkhj. F. Ouakton, Stout B. Ladd
IlALnEHT E. Paink.
Late Commissioner of Patents,
PAINE, GRAFTON & LADD,
Attornuva-at-Law and Holtcltort of American and
412 FIFTH BTKKET, VVASHINOTON, D. O.
Practice patent law In all Ita branches In th
I'aleut Otllce, and in the Supreme and Circuit
Courts of thu United States. Pamphlet sent free
on jeeeipl of stamp for postaee.
idav presents; souaro grand planofortva, four
very hanurouie round corners, tosewood caeca,
three unisons, lluatty 'a matchless iron frames, stool
book, cover, boxed, (S-2l!2 75 to 2W7 TiU: catalogue
prices, fitoil to f 1,(1011; sailsfacilon guaranteed or
money refunded sfcerouo year's use; upright pl
anolortea, li!5to yrft; calulnguu price IMI0 to
HUH; standard pianofortes of the universe, M
thousand testify; writo for mammoth list of tea
timcintitla; lleatty'a cabinet organs, cathedral,
church, chapel, parlor, $'M upward ; visitors wel
come; fruu carriage meets trains; Illustrated cat
alogue (holiday edition) froe. Address nrcsll on
IIANIKX F. lit ATT Y, Waslilngton, New Jersey.
A (1KNTS VASTI I..-A rare chaucetomake mon-i-
ey rapidly selling our New book:
Now York by Snnliffht anJ Gaslluht.
Allowing up the New York of to-day, with Ita pala
ces, Its crowilod thoroughfares, its rushing eleva
ted trains. Ita c ountless sights, lis romaucea. Us
mysteries, its dark crimes and terrible tr. Bed lee.
Its charities, and lu fact every phase of life m the
great city. Don't waste time In selling alow books
but send for circulars glvlug full table of contents,
terms to agents, Ac. Prospectus now leady and
territory In great demiind. Address,
Dotiglits Hros. 4 I'Hyiie, I'lncliitrntl, Ohio.
I'HASt PLAYS!! I'UYsm I'UYSIIM
For Heading Clubs, lor AniateureThealrlcals, Tom
penmen l'lays, Drawlngroom Plays, Fairy Plays,
Klhlopinn l'lays, lluide Hooks, Speakers, Pauto
mimes, Tableaux, Lights, Magnetism Lights, Col
ored Klro, burnt Cork. Theatrical Fare Prepare,
tlons, Jarley's Wat Works, Wigs, Beards, Mousta
ches, Costumes, Charades and Paper Hennery.
New Catalogue sent fren, rontalulng full doicrip
tloniiud prices. AMUKL FKKNCU SON, 48
K. Hth at., Mow York.
VniTXTft AlirV lryouwnuldlearnTelogre
IvUllVT ill All phy u four mouths, and be
certain of a altuattou, address Valentine brothers,
JanusvllU, V) la.
A YKAH and sxpenses to sgonts. Out
Its free. Address
P. O. VICKIRY, Angnsta, Me.
ADVBKTlSXKSl sotJ for our select Hat of loee,
Kewspaiwra. duo. P. Bowell Co., W Bpnio