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Adjourned Regular Meeting. .
- i ' Council Cuahbkb, )
Cairo, III., Doc. Htb, 1881. (
Present Ilii Honor. Mayor TbUtlowood
and Aldcrmou Blake, Hutrheas Kimbrough,
Baup, Swoboda and Wood 6.
Absent Halliday, Qlnkle, Tatiur and
On motion of Alderman Wood, minutes
of previous meeting were approved with
Resolution offered by Alderman Patier
at previous meeting relating to placing
flag men at street crossings on line of Wa
bash, Pacific & St. Louis railroad, action on
which was postponed until this meeting was
Alderman Hughes moved to postpone ac
tion on same until next regular meeting.
BEPOUT OF COMMITTEES.
Committee on streets, to whom was re
ferred petition relating 'to extension of
sidewalk on west side of Railroad street
frm Sixth to Eighth atrcots, reported on
tame, recommending the granting of peti
tion snd that an ordinance be passed mak
ing the improvement by special assessment.
Alderman Hughes moved to refer petition
and report to ordinance committee with
instructions to prepare an ordinance in ac
cordance with recommendations.
Same committee reported on petition for
construction of stone sidewalk and gutter,
on Ohio Levee street between Fourth and
Eighth streets, recommending the granting
of the same and that tho improvement be
mado by special assessment. Alderman
Hughes moved to refer matter to ordi
nance committee with instruction to pre
pare an ordinance in accordance with rec
ommendation. Motion carried.
Board of health submitted the follow
Gentlemen f the City Council:
In consequence of the prevalence of
small-pox in many cities in the west, and
for the purpose of using all possible
means to prevent its introduction here,
your board of health would respectfully
recommend that the officers of the city be
instructed to be specially vigilant, and to
prevent the bringing into this city by any
steamboat, railway company or other con
veyanco any person afflicted with said dis
ease. We would further recommend that all
persons in the city be vaccinated and that
the board of health be authorized to adopt
such regulations as will ensure a prompt
compliance therewith, and that they be
further authorized to make such expendi
ture as may be necessary for the isolation
of any cabes that may occur.
Alderman Blake moved to receive and
concur in report.
Motion carried by the following report:
Ayes Blake, nughea, Kimbrough, Saup,
"wobeda and Wood 6.
nmirtee on claims reported back the
fWing bills recommending payment on
U. Driscoll, 25 days labor on streets
at $1.50 $37 50
0. Washington, 6 days same 9 73
John Cain, 10 days labor witn jail
Anthony Smith, 11 days with team
. at 13.00..
Wm. Gavin, hauling curbing
John Fertter, constructing 06 feet
curbing aill cento; building 6
stono crossings at $5.50, and
constructing 38 yards gittering
at 25 cents 50 50
Timothy Gorman, salary as street su
perintendent w w
James Powers, repairing and paint
ing city scraper is w
fChas. Duncan, 25 days on sidewalks. 87 50
Peter Walder, hauling-24 loads lum
ber . o w
Uohn Ferguson, hauling 2 same. . . 70
rj. W. Hendersos, tools tor siaewaiK
-laborers 1 15
J. Klein. 500 bricks for sidewalks. . 4 00
IJ. S. McQahey, 4794 feet lumber at
iH. T. Oerould, 154 feet 9-inch sewer
pipe at 23 cents 35 43
3am Brown, removing garbage as
pur contract... 29 00
3t. Mary's Infirmary, care and medi
cine of patients 13 57
W. Wright, removing dead animals. 4 50
N. B. f histlewood, money advanced
F, for repairs on public cisterns. .
Bradley, freight and drayage on
R. U.Cunningham, rent of. council
airo City Gas Co., gas for council
(M.Shelton, janitor for council hall.
Coleman, stationery lor ciern's
1 officQ ....... . ...
ohn Cain, dieting prisoners before
and after trial 108 60
ihas. Throckmorton, one dozen mat
tresses for jail
ftairo City Gas Company, gas con
sumed at jail
Cairo City Coal Company, coal for
airo Bulletin, publishing proceed
Jalro City Gas Company, gas for
stroet lamps 2W 17
Cairo City Coal Company, one ton
m . . . - a. a.
of coal for police neaaquaners . .
Jairo City Gas Company, gas for po
lice headauarters .
V. Halley, stove for police head
quarters ;, ;
.T.Gerould, repairs on pumps..
. II. Inrfn. finrtiflnd CODT of deed. .
ohn Q. Harmon, fees in cases in
annellate court aeainst city . . .
1. H.Robinson, percentage on, fines .
.A.OBborn,same.... w uu
T. D!. TTftndrir.Vi. same.. 1 10
E. B. Bills, printing brief in case of
v uiy vs. uross .....
Alderman Saup moved to receive report
lid allow claims as recommended. Mo-
tion carried by following voto :
Ayes Blake, nuahes, Kiinbrough,
Saup, Bwoboda and Wood 6. '' )
Nays None. ;, '' J ., .' '
Same committee reportod a back bill of
H. T.Gerould, 26 feet 20-lnch sewer pipe
at 85 cents, $22.10, recommending that it
be referred to committee on streets.
Alderman Blake moved to receive and
cpneur in raid report. (Motion carried.
Same committee reported bacK bill of 0.
Newland, testing flro hose, $5.00, for ac
tion of council.
Aldnrman Saup moved to receive report
and that bill lay over until next meeting.
. Committee on claims, to whom transfer
red report of Mayor on brick purchased
and sold, reported back same recommend
ing its approval.
Alderman Blake moved to receive and
concur in report.
W. E. Hendricks, city attorney, sub
mitted tho following resolution with re
quest that the council take action on same:
Bo it resolved by the city council of tho
city of Cairo:
First, That all police officers of the city
of Cairo are hereby required, under chapter
four, section seventy-live, to properly return
all executions in their possession on or be
fore the last day of December, 1881.
Second, That all justicos of the peace in
the city of Cairo and police magistrate are
hereby required to pay all over all city
fines and parts of fines in their possession
before the expiration of the present month
(December, 1881,) to the city treasurer of
the city of Cairo on or before tho 31st day
of December, 1881.
Third, That all justices of the peaco and
police magistrate are hereby require to re
port to tho city council of the city of Cairo
at the first regular meeting thereof in Janu
ary, 1883, for all months in the year 1881,
not heretofore reported to said council.
Fourth, That the city clerk send a copy
of the above resolution to the above justices
and police magistrate.
Alderman Wood moved the adoption of
the resolution. Motion carried.
Alderman Saup offered the following
resolution and movd its adoption ;
Resolved, That Augustus Botto be per
mitted i to construct a crossing on Com
mercial avenue in front of opera house,
said crossing to be constmctcd under the
supervision of street committee and to be
removed when suitable erodings are con
structed on Seventh and Sixth streets.
Commissioners appointed at hut meeting
to estimate cost of improvements under or
dinance 53. Submitted report t
Alderman Saup moved to refer report to
committee on streets. Motion carried.
State and city liquor bonds of the fol
lowing persons were read for approval:
Frank Gazzola, Botto & Gazzola and Dab
ney, Reed & Co.
Alderman Hughes moved to approve of
bonds. Motion carried.
Clerk reported having received bids for
construction of sidewalks under ordinance
Alderman Wood arose to a point of order
stating that the advertisement for proposals
was not in accordance with Section 3 Chap
ter 19 which requires the accompanying
of bonds with bids.
Mayor sustained point of order.
Mayor reported having received and ac
cepted resignation of Police Constable
James Kinnear, who intends going into
business. Mayor also reported huviug re
leased from jail Edward Courtlier nnd
Mrs. Hues, stating reasons for so doing.
The council being informed by city at
torney that if report of commissioners on
ordinance No. 53 was approved ho could
submit it to the county court for judgment
during the coming week. Committer on
streets to whom said report was referred
reported on same, recommending its ap
proval and that tho proper officers be di
rected to fill the necessary papers in coun
Alderman Wood moved to receive report
and that recommendations bo concurred in.
. Motion carried.
On motion of Alderman Hughes moot
ing adjournod. D.J. Foley.
H. E. Cartentek, Esq., Henderson, N.
Y., cured of Psoriasis or Leprosy, of twenty
years' standing, by the Cuticura Resolvent
internally, and Cuticura and Cuticura Soap
externally. The most wonderful caao on
About Pie. ,
The dopendonco of the American citi
zen upon his pio is quito touching. The
amount consumed, if proporly arranged
with reference to statistical dyspopsia,
would probably exceed tho horror-inspiring
tiguros which roformors lovo to
cite in regard to tho oiloot of tobacco
and liquors. From 25.000 to 30, 000 pies
are daily sold In tho City of Now York
alone. Multiplied by litty, tho ratio of
the population of Now York City to
that of tho Unitod States, it would ap
pear that over a million and a half of
pies are eaton ovory day ly tho people
of the Unitod States. This does not in
clude tho pies made by private families
and largo hotels in New York; so that
it is safe to say that at loast a third of a
pie or a pio ovory threodays iscaton by.
every family in tho hind. One curloun
foaturo is that during times of public
exoitomont people do not eut as much
as usual. One of the pio manufactur
ers savs that during the rocent Illness of
President Garllold, especially at tho
timo of his assassination and tho day of
his death, including, also, the days of
;reat susponse, tho business Of pie-eat-ng
and pie-buying fell off very serious
ly. The same is true of elootlon times.
Pumpkin, pie is going out of fashion,
being superseded by applo and custard.
THE : DAILY CAIRO BLLLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING,
Clear head and voico, easy breathing,
sweet breath, perfect smell, taste and hear
ing, no cough, no distress. These are con
ditions brought about in Catarrh by the
use of Banford's Radical Cure. One bottle
Radical Cure, one box Catarrhal Solvent
and one improved Inhaler, in one package,
' Death to rats and vermin, Parson's Ex
terminator. "Tom" Claws th$ Burglar.
He who thinks that a cutis only good
to catch mice and rats and destroy
midnight slumbers, should read the
A woman in New York was alone in
the house with no companion 'but a
huge cat. She beard a burglar attempt
ing to effect an entrance into the base
In her alarm she seized her petted
"Tom," and poising him carefully from
the second-story window, dropped him
squarely upon the intruder's neck,
where, with a terriblo yowl, he fastened
claws and teeth.
Then came another yowl, and thief
and cat disappeared with lightning
rapidity around the corner, the cat on
top. Noither has been seen or heard of
The True Wife.
Oftentimos I have soon a tall ship
glide by against tho tido as if drawn by
some luvisiblo bowline, with a hundred
strong arms pulling it. Her sails wero
unfilled, hor streamers wero drooping,
she hod neither sido wheel nor sU-rn
wheel; still sho moved on stately, in
serene triumph, as with hor own life.
' But I knew that on the other sido of tho
ship, hidden beneath tho great bulk
that swam so majestically, there- was a
little toiliiomo steam tug, with a heart
of fire and arms of iron, that was tug
ging it bravely on; and I know if tho
littlo stoam tug untwined her arm and
left the ship it would wallow and roll
about and drift hither and thither, and
go off with the refluent tido, no man
knows whither. And so I have known
more than one gonius, high-decked,
full-freighted, idle-sailed, gay-pen non
ed, but that for tlm bare, toiling arms
and bravo, warm-beating heart of the
faithful littlo wife that nestles close to
him, so that no winder wave could part
them, would have gono down with the
stream, and have been hoard of na
more. Oliver Wendell Holmes.
Men Who Are ilot Fit to Wear Pants.
Mr. Topimody was quietly reading
the paper at home tho other evening
and his wife was sitting on tho other
sido of tho room sowing. Ho put it
down at last and said:
"I've just been reading of Anna
Dickinson appearing as Hamict, and I
am free to coufos3 that I don't think it
"Why don't you?" said Mrs. Top
noody. Because I don't like the business of
women wearing the pants, either on the
stage or elsewhere; that's why."
"Oh, don't you?" replied Mrs. T.,
with a slight flush of sunset on her
cheeks. "Well, 1 can tell you, Top
noody, if all the men were not better
adapted to wear the pants than some 1
know either the women would have to
wear them or the tailors wouldn't have
to make anything else but coats and'
vests," and Mrs. Topnoody looked at
Mr. T. in such a piercing and signifi
cant way that he twisted uneasily in his
chair and at lust got up to go and see if
the doors were all locked. Steubenville
Sights on a Road in Palestine.
Congressman Sunset Cox writes as
follows from Jerusalem:
The old maratime plain of the Philis
tines (which is another name for Pales
tine) lay along this coast, from Gaza
northward, nnd it was considered a land
worth struggles. This Joshua found.
But in vain do we look for the "roses of
Sharon and lillies that grow" in this
hind so renowned once for its roseate
beauty. Still, we are told that in the
vernal season It is carpeted like a Texas
prairie with flowors of various lino and
loveliness. Along the dusty afternoon
road we pass inumerablo caravans of
camels, led by Arabs on donkeys. Tho
Arab gonerally sits on the remote noint
of the es cocygis of tho animal," and
without stirrups. He swings his baro
brown feot and legs, while the little
boast, like Julus, alongside of his fath
er, trots inequo pedo. Plenty of wo
men, with fanes here apparent, and in
long, blue, cheap cotton mantles, and
sometimes with head crowned with bur
dens of fruit, pitchers, straw or wood,
are met in tho way. Some ruins, most
ly of churches, here and there appear,
while square, windowless, Turkish
guard-houses are seen at intervals, ut
whose doors aro tho white-dressed, foz
capped Turkish soldiers with guns and
cigarettes. These are tho polico who
aro supposed to guard tho road; but to
our observation uo guard in needed ex
copt in tho dark ruountaiu passes, und
thore Turkish engineering has been
careful to have as low guard houses as
There is not much to 6oe on tho road
until you como to Ramleh. Beggars
and backshish, and somo old relies us
crusading reminders are hero, and one
very conspicuous object. Tho latter is a
square tower and winding staircase. It
is off the road, and lias a line view of
the surrounding country. It is over 1000
yoars old, and has many MohIohi as
sociations. Ramleh has been tuo scene
of much' contest. Indeed, every little
spot here in Judua is full of memorios,
from the time Israol cnnie down from
tho Moab fountains into 'the Jordan
Valley. The road is not to be mention
ed for its convonionce and perfection,
only for its historic, religious and as
thetio interest. It was built in 1809, by
forced labor, and indood its rough and
stony incompleteness looks like any
thing but the result of cheerful work.
It Is supported by tolls, so much per
head, on every animal on the road.
One should not complain of (tho road
when it is romombored that before 1809
there was not a bridlu-path to Jorusa- ,
lcm. It Is said that the Sultan promis
ed the Euiproxs Eugonio to build a road
to Jerusalem if she would oomu that
way, and this royal courtesy is tho orig
in of tho road. . '
it is odd that frost kills yellow fever but
does not check imall-pox. We know" how
ever, that it makes Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
go like hot cakes.
Pain Cannot Stay Whore
It Is Used.
Rhuematlra la cured by
THOMAS' KCLBCTRIO OIL.
A lame back of eight yeara a tandlng wis poaltlvs
ljr cared by 80 cents worth of .
.A TAOMA8 ECLKCTRIC OIL.
Common sore throat la cured with one doae of
THOMAS' ECLECTRIO OIL.
Cougha and colda are cured by
THOMAS ECLKCTRIC OIL.
All throat and lung disease are curqd by
, THOMAS' ECLKCTRIC OIL.
Aatbma la cured by,
TOOMAB' ECLKCTRIC OIL.
Burns and frost bites are relieved at once bj
THOMAS' ECLKCTRIC OIL.
Always gives satisfaction.
Sold by Medicine Dealers everywhere.
Price 50c. and 1 .
FOSTER, MILBUfiN & CO., Prop'rs.
Buffalo, N. Y.
Indian Blood Syrup.
Dvtpepufa, LIrer Pi-
wufg, fever ana akui
Heart Disease, Kllloiu
ness, Nervous Debility
TIIE BEST REMEDY KJiCWN TO MAN I
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
This Svrnp possesses varied properties: It itlm
nlates the ptrtllne In the salWa. which converts
the starch and sugar of the food into
deflclcncy in ptyallne causes wind and souring of
immediately after eatins. the fermentation at food
mo iona in me siomacn.
If IhA mnnlrln i..n
It acts npon the Liver,'
It sets npon the Kldneya,
It Regulates the Bowels,
It Parities the Blood. . .
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates,
It Carries off the Old Blood and makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skin and Induces
It neutralises the hereditary taint, or poison In
the blood, which penerates Scrofula, Kryslpelss,
and all manner of Skin Dlseasea and lnterual hu
mors. Thore are no splrlU employed In its manufacture
and it can lie takun by the most delicate babe, or by
the aged and fuuble, core only being required In at
teutkn to directions.
Qnlva, Henry County, Ilia.
I was suffering from Sick Ileadachoand Dlzxt
ness so that I could not attend to my household du
ttm, and a short trlul of Dr. Clark Johnson's Indi
an Blood Syrup effectually cured mo.
MRS. UKLEN KLKIKS.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., Ilia.
This la to certify that Dr Clnrk Johnaon'a Indian
Blood Syrup has cured mo of Pain in tho Rack. It
Is a valuable mudlclno. MRS WOOD.
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
This is to certify that 1 waa afllicted with Palpi
tation of the lleart for many yoars I tried difl'ur-
ent doctors, whoso prescriptions tended more to
wcalcuu mo than tlioy did to strengthen. 1 at last
rvMvod to try Dr. Clnrk Johnson's Indian Wood
Hyrup, which proved to bo a positive cure not on
ly curing the Heart Dlxease, but also a Sick Head-
acu wmen naa Dueu troubling mo.
MRS MARY A. NBAL.
I was adlicted with Llvor Complaint and Dyapep
sla and failed to got relief, although nslng modi
cinos from our bout doctors. I commenced UNlnj
Dr. Johnson's Indian lllnnd Syrnp, and a short trial
curod mu. T. W. RIUINU, Molluo, 111.
Tills cortlflna that Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup has efl'octually cured me of Dyspepsia.
Tm mn.h nannnt t.. ..M U n..l. l ll
UiUVU bMWUV I ro rniil III iii.ipv Ul iv.
W. K. W1.MMER, Bedford, Mo.
AtfAntM uriintnil fur thn antn nf thA fmllitn ftlftnri
Syrnp in every town or vtllngo, In which I have no
agent, rarticuiars given on application.
DRUGGISTS SELL IT.
Labratory 77 Wost 3d at., N. T, City.
Wo mntlnun to act as Solleltars for Patents, Cavoats,
Trade. Mark, Oipyrtghls, uto., for thn United Htatos,
Canada, Cnha, England, France, Ocrniany, etc. We
nave bud Ihlrtyiivo years' experience.
I'ttUMit obtained through us aro notice in the So
tvririo Amkmcan. This largo and splendid lllus
trnted wwik I y ipor, f 3 .11 0 a year.shows tho lTogn'M
of Mclonmt, la very ltiUmstlng, and has an enormous
circulation. AdilnwM MUNN A CO., Patent Sollot
ton, fun's, of HriKNTirio Amkrican, 37 lurk Row,
flew York. Hand hi Kaln mt Patents f roo.
Urent chance to make mon
ey. Those who always tak
advantage of the good chan
ten mi mime money mat are
oll'urnd, generally, booome
wealthy, while those who do
hot impiove such chances remain in poverty. We
want many men, women, boys and jilrls to work for
na right In their own localltlsa, Any one can do
the work properly from the flrst start. The bus!
nesa will pay more than tun times ordinary wagea.
Expensive outnt furnished free. No ont who enga
ges falls to maks monoy rapidly. Yon can devote
your whole time to the work, or only your spars
II WM if
if if I 1
DECEMBER 21, 1881. ,
Its Relief and Cnra ait rprtaln tut iln v
Lhf "fu,Lfrom th?V1KT. L ,tf,"ulBt!on ni without the Injury trasses Inflict. Those srUhlnt tk
proof should send 10c for this book, contain na lilinn... r ..:..'h-f.- . TLrT.
".of P'0""1"' gentlemen, ministers, merchants, farmers and others whVhave beVn a. Trtts
?Jfn,nJ1.iK,.ptDr' ,OOD" I 'l"r frec th nr!0M n "" system, bring on organte NeSiee tpc
H 7' i77a5CT''d ,.ClM I?"";' mMD. "? '1 1 the old useless OfflcYall Biw
N. T.. and f) Milk st., Boston. Days for consu tat oo, each week New York. Maiula Tnaldava aid
Saturdays: Boston. WadnHtidavi. Tlmr.H.v. .-H v.m.. 1 8W Ior" Jays, Tuesoays ana
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
aim ruUaaafalt rVfaSM, rrtmat, BrfrMkU Ultlu.'
field bf dwlenl Drnn Sun? framk. II torn I '., H. f .
G inner. Huchu. Mandrake, bullions and m.mv
t)f the best medicines known are combined in I'ab-
Ikhr'sGihgur Tonic, into a mcilicineof such vaJ
tried ana cltcctive powera,as to males it the greatest'
.lilood Punier and Liver Regulator and the '
Best flealth A Strength Restorer Ere Used.!
' T. . li... : ti .: t 1..: ..
bum y3,iviJaii, iicuuidiuill, a.cuim.i.1,,
Slccplcuneu, and all diseases of the Stomach,
n i.w i
ouwcis, i-unRi, Liver ana moneys. ,
; Remember 1 This Tonic is the Rest Family
Medicine ever madcandiicntirelvdiflerent from1
Bitters, Ginger Ircuwuions,andotherTonin,as'
it never intoxicant uuicumarunkcnnciis. iMonc
'iteniiinc without sii-nntiirc of Hmrnir & Cri. N. Y.
Parker's Hair Bilsan
otiiKnlcl Kalr r
Inu ItclU for sowi
Foriantit Aironta wrtteqiilck! Territory five.
ihhiiiii!:ik ariU'lesoiii. I'riiix'll-
ln anil all murlilres. Jmli-a.
irl anil a pert ent 1 'our Pprlnir.
Ire llelt Co, U3U 7lh Ave. M . Y.
At irrrUiui Kinxu,
V ail Bat IN A Naurs ijihs.sb,. Oufy tur$
HUT fur V't. klnlmsu ittul Artwl AtTprlitmM.
(Nrii.LisLi If uknn m directed. Ab Pits afi,-r
Jrtidatutf. Troaitto ami S2 trial bottlefrcsta
kitnaiiinUi, thor paylnKsiprvnatie. Send nanuL
P. U. and ctnrnis ulilffii la Iim. KM VR ul
Arch Sl I'LlUiidptila. i'a. HupnncipalUnyuH.
Of. S. Silstej's ErternalPileEcmodv
OtvcslnstantreUef and is sn Infallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Bold by Dmifs1ts everjrw here. Price, $1 .00 r bot
pr.yxriJby mull. m t- sent r to 1'byslclsns
tnd sllsutfcrfrs.hy P Kertiwrt"rft !o. Box aa-lA
law fork City. SoluumDui.uauciiw"Ana4:(M."
A BEAUTIFUL ORGAN, the "Moeart," Now
Styles, No. 12.001, 27 stops, 10 full suts, geldea
tongue reeds, solid walnut tllgbeo pollxhed case,
New and valuable improvement)! Just added. Stool,
book, music. Dozed and dolivered on board cars
hero, price only $iiO OO, net cash. SatUfoctlon
guaranteed In every particular or money refunded
after 1 year's use. Every one sold sells anothor. It
is a etautllng advertisement. Orpor at once, noth
ing savud by correspondence. My new factory Just
completed, capacity 2,000 Instruments every Ihi Jays
very latest labor saving wood working machinery.
Vast capital enables me to manufacture better
goods for less money than ever. Address or call up
on Daniel F. lluatty, Washington, N. J.
FAnew stylos ebromo cards with namo, or SB New
sJ"Year'scards 10c. NaesauCard Co.. Nassau. NY.
rTlllI 1 Par,( w-ard trick cards, 1 pack run cards,
A till 1 pack transparent curds, 1 marvelous ornl,
tharmocium, loo album verses, all In neat eiwo fur
T.ac stamps. AimroHs linn t;artt vo., lloston.Mass
I MM TV rlVlia f,,r ,fW4 wi,n Improved Interest
UiaiJ A1 1 to toblo, culondiir, otc. Kent to any
address on receipt of two three-cent stamps. Ad
dress Charles K. Hires, 48 North Delaware avenuo,
Atlantic and Gulf Coast Canal sud Okoecbolia
Land Co. .
50.000 SHARES, $10 EACH
at PAH with a bonus of 40 acres for each 10 shares,
from cholco lands of the "Dlston Purchase."
Offlcee: J Third and Chestnut sts,, Philadelphia.
m Broadway, N, Y., liooms 111, 113.
Detailed prospectus with deecrlptlvo maps mail
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Weoly. (I month j w
lr-Clnbs of Ave or more for Weekly Bullutln at
onetime, per yoar,$t 50
ttmillABLY IM invANCB.
All Commuulcallona should be addressed to
K. A. lillKNBTT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
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m,rMr.Mwnt)iia t" bound in
i. ii ii. iSu "xiDiOnmwd.
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by this simple wateA
IKjwtir .Invautlon may
avoid all the labor and
Injury of driving net
Hewlns Machine. Orn
0,000 of then Backus
Water Motors, noiseless
and ornamental, adapt
ed to all Sewing lia
chlneit, are now giving
per feot satisfaction.
Two sixes are made for
Housohold Sewing. Ma
chine. Price, f 19 and
Pit.!iO. Also terser
sluis for faotory needs
and for all kinds of ma.
Bend for Circular tn .
BACK OS WATER MOTOR CO., Newark, ft. J
Thmistlio ; f- .
Most EcuDomical Tower Known
FOR DMVINU LIGHT MACHINEEY t
It takes but little room.
It never cuts out of repair.
H cannot blow up, '',
It requires no fuel.
It needs no engineer.
There la no delay ; no firing up; no ashes to clean
away; no extra insurance to pay: no repair
ing nucessary ; no coal bills to pay,
and it la always ready for aaa.
It is Very Cheap.
Prices $15 to $300. State paper you saw this ad la.
presenu; square grand pianofortes, four
very hanaiome round corners, rosewood cases,
threeunlsona, Beatty 'a matchless iron t rsmes.stool
book, cover, boxed , $228 75 to 207 60 : catalogue
prices, $1100 to 11,000: satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded after one year's use; upright pV
snofortes, $125 to 255; catalogue price $500 to
800; standard pianofortes of the universe, aa
thousands testify; write for mammoth list of tes
timonials; Beatty's cabinet organs, ca thedral,
church, chapel, parlor, $30 upward : visitors wel
come; free carriage meets trains; Illustrated cat- "
alogne (holiday edition) free. Address or call oa
DAME f. BEATTY, WaBulnffton, New Jersey.
YOUNG MEN MS-i&PK
certain of a situation, address Valentin Brothers.
A YEAS and expenses to agents. Oat
mill fits free. Address
P. O. VICKJZBY, Augusta, Ms.
Pfl m rtlll Pt tut advertisers, 100 psges, J5 cents
I aiiipiliei a. p. Rowen & Co." NVw York.
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Insurance Company
IN THE VVOItLU
It alone issues
stipulating that the contract of Insurance "shall
not bo disputed" after it is three years old,
and that such policies shall be
on receipt of satisfactory proofs of death.
Us policy Is clear sud concise, and contains K
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
READ YOUR POUOIEH. Compars the
short and sliunle form used bv tha
tuo tonir ana onseuro contracts loaded down With
lucnnicatiiies tseaua oy ovner companiesl -
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holders are
N. fl.-Hoo the munv letters from nnlte hniii...
exprssslog their gratifiratton with tha returns from
their Tomiims 8a viNtia Vuno Pouaaa.
UiKutuno of lta f'V ,
Financial Strength. V i
Assets Securely Invested
, 43 MILLIONS.
Surplus Securely Invented, netrlr
22. A, BURNETT. Accat, j
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