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T1IE CA mo BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY. ' ?
Termj of Uuhionption.
Pall one y r by carrier 13 00
(.to per cent, discount II paid lii advance )
-fiU, on jrw i.y mall....... ..... 10
Jjsjly.oue mouth .. 1 00
ekly, one year 2 00
WBeijdiaootin... 1 oo
rfy'l!ihofdvuor more for Weekly Bulletin at
onetime, pur yuar,l so
INVAUIAHI.T IN AIIVSNC.
All Communication thould be ddreed to
K. A. UUKNKTT,
FublUber and Proprietor.
(concluded vhoh Khtekday.
Alderman JJIako moved that the annual
DU'gHago bo received and printed with the
proceedings Hud spread upon the record
and that the recommendations contained
therein he referred to tho different stand
ing committer. Mitioa cvrried .
REPORT Olf COMMITTERS
Alderman Blako moved that tho com
mittee on police jail and fire department
be relieved of further action of revolutions
and petitions referred to them, and that
same be referred to committee ou streets.
Mrs. E.len Dunn, through her agent,
M. J. llowley, submitted petition asking
that tho sidewalk assessment on lot 23,
block IS first addition aasesbod under or
dinance 39 be abated, a sidewalk as pro
yided by said ordinance was never built.
On motion of Alderman 8woloda re
furred to committee on street.
Petition of Geo. E. U'flara, A. Swo
boda, Mane Swoboda, J. M. Tot'.en, U.
Kobter and Chan. EicholT representing taat
loU 1, 2'J, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 38, 39, 40,
on north sid cof Eighteenth street between
Commercial avenue, and Poplar street
assessed for sidewalk improvements under
ordinance No. 39, and that judgment has
been rendered against said loU, that no
walk was built for Tlich abovo mentioned
lots would be subject toasaestjrncnt. There
fore asks that such action will betaken as
will lead to the abatement of such judg
ments. On motion of Alderman Swoboda re
ferred to committee on streets.
CI.AIM3 AND ACCOUNTS.
Salary bill of city officers for month of
April wag read as follows, viz:
N.H. Thistle wood, mayor 83 33
I). J. Foley, city clerk 71 00
Thos. J. Kerth, treasurer 50 00
L. II. Myers, marshal 75 00
Wm. H.Gilbert, corporation counsel. 91 C7
W.E. Hendricks, city attorney 20 83
A. Comings, police mngiutrate 25 00
John 1 Hogan, police constable. ... CO 00
Henry Dunker, w " .... 60 00
V. Mahone", " " .... CO 00
Warren Wiuw, " " .... 60 00
John Tyler, " " .... 00 00
II. P. Martin, " .... 60 00
Anthony McTigue. 44 " .... 60 00
Alderman Pettit moved to allow salary
bill as read and that order be drawn on
treasurer for payment of same. Motion
carried by the following vote:
Ayes Blake, Halliday, II inkle, Hughes,
Kimbrough, McIIale, Pettit, Swoboda and
Chag Duncan, 24 J-j days ou ido-
walk at 1 50 80 75
John Ferguon, 6 same 9 00
Geo. O. Farris, 12 same IS 37
II. Downing, 11 same 10 50
J. Jefferson, 24, lj same '.. 30 75
J.Wilton, 23 same 34 50
J. B. Johnson, 0 same 0 00
J.Mauahan, 0 eauiu 9 00
E. P. Alley, 6 same 0 00
U. Boyd, 0 same 9 00
John Fergusou, hauling 39 loads at
33c 12 60
1'. Walder, hauling 3 loads at 25c. . 75
C. W. Henderson, 4 kegs nails 3 90
3 files 15 85
W. L. Winaus, 5 kega nails $3 65,
20 lbs same 5c, 7 pair rubber
boots $3 75, 1 pair same $4 00 60 50
J. S. McUchey, lumber for side
walks 120 98
Cairo City Gas Co., 5 loads ofcin-
ders 1 25
John A. Poor, work on sidewalk. . . 2 50
JI. Driscoll, 35 days labor on drains. 37 50
John Uiggina,0 same 9 00
Cairo City Coal Co., Tug Montaok 3
hours cleaning sewer 16 00
Chas Holly, 3 days as diver, opening
14th street sewer 00 00
8. Walters, sewer pipes and lumber 14 21
II. T. Gerould, 62 feet 20inch sewer
pipo 78c 32 10
Louis Losson, 1 day on opening sew
ers 1 50
Pat Collins, 6 days labor on streets
at-$l 60 9 00
Frank Dunn, 6 same 9 00
Boloman Wiley, 5 same 8 25
H.L. Kelly, 6 same 9 00
Louis Hauley, 0 same , . . 9 00
Chas Mehuor, 0 same 9 00
Willis Thompson, 6 same 9 00
Robt. Stule, flsame 9 00
Henry Morriss, 6 same 9 00
J.Thomas, 6 same 9 00
Jas Dawson, 6 same 9.00
Chas. Washington some 9 00
Geo. Washington, 0 same. 9 00
Eli Moron, 6 same 9 00
Rieh'd Taylor. 6 days as foreman
at 2 00 12 00
M. Houlahan, 6 days labor on stroots
at $1 50 9 00
T. Magner, 0 days samo 9 00
P. Mastcrson, 0 days Bauio 9 00
Jas. Keating, 6 day 8 same 0 00
Tat. Lane, b days samo T 50
Nelson Terry, 5 days same 7 50
ManBel Wooten, 5 days same 7 50
Jas Freeman, 5 days same 7 50
Geo. Brown, 2 samo 3 75
Plumor Martin, 1 days same. . . . 6 75
Ire Richer, m days Bamo. 5 25
Geo. Hose, 2i days samo 3 75
Geo. A tchcr, days same 2 25
J no. Moon, 1 days samo 2 25
Root. Baily.l day same. 1 60
II. Taylor,6 days with toamsat3 00 18 00
B. Tuiatlewood, 13 days samo 86 00
P. Corcoran, 1 day samo
E. Jones, 3 days' same
Hterling Molding, y days same. . .
Tim Ciorniiin, salary as street super
intendent W. M. Williams, loading 3 cars
ChasThrupp, 0 days civiliuginuer-
Edwh Thrupp 5f days assistant en
gineer , . . . ,
W Tessier & Bon, sharpening tools.
G. D. Williamson & Co., 3 lanterns
I). Hartman, 0 lanterns complete, . .
C. II. Woodward, 2 kegs nails 3 00
J. McNulty, implements
Win. CuiiditT, money advanced on
Louis R ibs, 4 days work on levee. . .
W. TtBHior & Son, sharpening tools
W. W. Wright, 7 torches
Cairo Bulletin, printing 500 certifi
cates Ilobt. LI. Baird, 4 days foreman
3 00 12
Dick Taylor, day same 2
Andy reed, ' days labor at 1 50 2
Manuel Wooten, day same 1
Henry Laferty, 1 day same 1
John Carey, 1 day same 1
Ed Price, day same 2
Paul Dillard, 1 day same 2
Ned Jones, 1 day same 2
Pat Corckerau, l days same 2
Louis Henley, day on same 1
John Trunas, day on same 1
TJt L Kelley, , day samo -1
Ilobt. Steele, day same 1
Wes Shelby, day ou same 1
Frank Gouthur, day on same. . . 1
Dan Baits, day same 1
Hill Wright, 1 day same 1
Mike Galoin, day with teams at
13 00 1
Pat Corckersn, IJdays'.me 4
Ned. Jones days samo 4
Bill Casey, "4 day same
City National Bank, money advanc
ed pay roll on levee 902
KOH I.AUOH CLEANING BTBKTS, AC.
UNDER L. U. MVKHS, MA USUAL.
Chas. young, 3 days f 6 25
Mint Bullet, 3 days 5 25
Henry Kelly, 3 days 4 50
Amos Amount, 2 days 3 45
Geo, Tally, 1 day 1 50
Aureus Uorrell, 8 days 12 75
l'at'kMaguer.S'iays 8 25
Isum Peoples, day 75
John Brooks, 8 days 12 00
Oscar Bishop, J- day 75
Jas. Meehan, 13 days 19 50
T. W. Scott, J, day hauling rubbish
and filling streets 75
Tom Median, 14 days same 42 00
Ned Jones, 2 if days same 6 25
Wm. Porter 5 0 day samo 2 50
Thos. Nalon, hauling lime 40
Emma Ford, attending small-pox
patieuts 5 00
Hens Downing, 12 days guarding
small-pox patiuuU 24 00
Fred Swoboda, 12 days same 24 00
Charley Johnson, 1 day disinfecting
small-pox 3 00
Dr. II. U. Carter, attendance ou
small-pox patients 70 00
II. Schulzc, groceries for small-pox
patieuts 07 05
Goldstine & lkisenwater, clothing for
same 34 80
C. W, Wheeler, coal and wood for
same 18 25
Mrs. A. Farrele, clothing for same. 3 85
St. Mary's Infirmary, care, medicine
and burial of patients 88 00
A. Halley, sundries tor pest house
and street cleaning 14 45
A.. I. Carle, use of horse-removing
small-pox patients 1 00
E. E. Ellis, printing 100 small-pox
cards 2 50
L. H. Myers, mouey paid removing
patients and burying dc'ad ani
mals n 30
Fiuch is Sheck, 2'J0 bu lime at 18c,
freight 10.30 08 50
C. M. Uowe& Bro., 22 bbls lime at
75c 16 50
Sam Browu, reuioviug garbage 20 00
P.Galigher, hauling load lime 25
John Major, repairing wheelbarrows 2 50
Chicago Scraper Co., 1 street scraper 12 50
Geo. O. Farris, 2 days binding hose 3 00
John Trowers, 2 days same 3 00
P. Sweeney, hauling hoBe 50
John Cain, dieting prisoners before
and after trial 110 CO
F. Vincent, 2 bbls lime for jail .... 2 80
Gas Company, gaj for jail . 3 30
Cairo Bulletin, publishing proceed
ings, printing hand bills, may
or's notice, &c 30 75
Gas Company, gas for street lamps. 263 25
JU1X1ES AND CLEHKS OF ELECTION.
Thos. Wilson, $ 8 00
W.G.Carey 3 00
P. Mocklcr 3 00
H. Iircl 3 00
O. E. Olmsted
E. A. Burnett
W. P. Wright
J. S. Rearden
Wth. Wilkerson... .
Geo. W. Hendricks, .
G. M. Frazier
J. T. Thomas
Frank G. Metcalf 3 00
Dennis Miskil '3 00
O.F. Ort i 3 00
Geo. Woden 3 00
P. H. Smith 3 00
Wm.F. ritcher.. 3 00
Frank Schocmbs, making 5 ballot
M. Sheltou, janitor in clerk's
Gas Company, gas, in clerk's office. .
R. II. Cunningham, rent of council
John Robinson, porccntago on fines
W. E. Hendricks, samo 10 05
O. A. Osborn, same 8 00
Gas Company, gas for polico head
M. J. Pink & Co., 3 mouths rent of
polico headquarters 25 00
II. T. Gerould, 1 days labor on
drive wells 20
On motion of Aldorraan Ilinklo referred
to committee on claims.
: Alderman Pettit offered the following
OAIKO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING,' MAY,
Resolved, That the city clerk bo author
iz'id to advcrtiHo tho building of side
walks as prescribed in ordinance No. 78.
Resolution, after some discussion, with
drawn. Alderman McIIale offered tho following
Resolved, That tho street cnmmittco be
instructed to have tho sidewalk on tho
north side of Sixth street, between Wash
ington avenue and Walnut street, put in
" Resolution withdrawn.
Bid of 8am Brown for removal of gar
barge for tho fiscal year for the sura of f 420
Alderman Blake moved that the contract
for removal of garbago be awarded to Sam
Motion carried unanimously.
E.A. Burnett submitted bid proposing
to do the city printing art per advertisement
for f'JOO per year, payable monthly in city
II. V. Potter submitted bid proposing to
do samo for the sum of $30.00 per month.
Alderman Blake moved that the bids tor
printing be rejected, and the clerk instruct
ed to advertise for new bids.
Alderman Wood moved to amend by re
ferring bids to finance committee.
Alderman Bluke moved to amend the
amendment by awarding tho contract to
Alderman .Wood called for the ayes and
nays on amendment to amendment, result
ing as follows:
Ayes Blake and Hinklo 2.
Nays Halliday, Hughes, Kimbrough,
McIIale, Pettit, Swoboda and Wood 7.
Amendment put and carried. Original
motion as amended put and amended.
J. S. McGahey submitted bid proposing
to supply city with lumber at 17.00 per
M, with discount of 7, 5 and 3 per cent, on
three first carloads.
Alderman Pettit moved that the contract
be awarded to J.S. McGthey.
Alderman Wood moved to Bmend by
referring bid to committee on streets.
Amendment accented. -Motion carried.
state and city liquor bonds of the following
named periods were submitted for approval.
H. Steagala, A. Steagala, J. C. Atcher,
P. Clancy, D. McCarthy, R. Fitzgerald, A.
T. DeBaun, P. Malouey, Goo. E. Sheltor,
John B. Zanoue, & P. Walsh.
On motion of Alderman Hughesapproved.
Alderman Pettit offered" tho following
Resolved that the street coaimittee be
instructed to have all public drive wells
placed in working oruer. Adopted by the
Ayes- Blake, Halliday, Hinkle, Hughes,
Kimbrough, McUale, Pettit, Swoboda and
Wood, 9. '
Alderman McUal moved that the park
fence bo put in repairs. Motion adopted
by tho following vote.
Ayes Blako, Halliday, Hinklo, Hughes,
Kimbrough, McIIale, Pettit, Swoboda and
The mayor stated that owiug to tho latg
nessof tho hour ho would postpone, until
next meeting, nominations.
On motion, of Alderman Hinklo meeting
D.J. Foley, City Clerk.
Southern Antidote for Malaria.
It should be generally known that Sim
mons Liver Regulator, is relied upon to se
cure to the people immunity from all mala
rial disorders. That this medicine does
what is claimed for it is proved by its popu
larity, and any one who has lived in tho
South three years has no doubt seen its
curative effects and the protection it gives
against the return of this weakening and
An agreeable dressing tor the hair,- that
will stop its falling, has been long sought
for. Parker's Hair Balsam, distinguished
for its purity, fully supplies this want.
Ou Thirty Day's Trial.
Wo will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Elec
tro-Voltaic Belts and other Electric Appli
ances ou trial for 30 days to young men
and other persons afflicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Rhetima
tiaui, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, and many other
diseases, Illustarted pamphlets sent free,
Address Voltaic Belt.Co.. Marshall, Mich.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and nil weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
rimrmacy, 315 First Ave, N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
A Couch, Cold orKorc 'I'll rout
Bhould bo stopped. Neglect frequentl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
ami balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, givo relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
tho Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers uro subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction, Having been
tested by wido and constant use for nearly
an ontiro generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of tho ago. Sold at 23 cents a
''Mother has Recovered"
wroto an Illinois girl to her eastern rela
tives. "Shu took bitters for a long timu
but without any good. So when Rho hoard
of tho virtues of Kidney-Wort she got a
box and it has completely cured her, so
that sho can do as much work now as she
could boforo wo moved West. Since she
has got well everyone about hero is taking
it 800 adv.
Mr. Noah Bates, Elmira, N. Y., writes:
"About four years a'o I had an attack of
bilous fever, and never fully recovered.
My digestivo organs were weakened ami I
would lie completely nrruitratud for dava.
Afler using two bottles of your Burdock
Blood Bitters the improvement was so vis
ible that I was astonished. I can now,
uiougu 01 years of Age, do a fair and rea
sonable day's work." Price 1 1, 00. P. G.
Jacob Loi:ckman,274 Clinton street, Buf
falo, N. Y., cays he has been usim Thomas'
Eclectric Oil for rheumatism. Ho had
such a lame hack that he could do nothing;
but one bottle entirely cured him. P. G.
How Often persona have been auuovud
by burrs clinging to their dress or clothing
and how seldom have they, when clean
ing them, given it a thought that Burdock
Root is the mobt valuable blood cleans-r
and purifier known, and is sold bv every
druggist under tho name of Burdock
Blood Bitters. Price 1.00. P. G. Schuh.
Tho liouji l Unloosed.
Chas. Thompson. Franklin street. Buf-
fulo, says: "I haVu suffered for a long time
witn constipation, and tried almost every
purgative advertised, but only resulting in
temporary relief, and after 'constipation
still more aggravated.' I was told about
your Spring Blossom and tried it, I can
now say I am cured, and though somo
months have elapsed, still remain so. I
shall, however, always keep some on han J
n case of oi l complaint returning." Price
50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. P. G.
Go to Paul O. 8e huh tor Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequalcd. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
Wohms, that universal disease in child
lood, can be thoroughly cured bv the '.ifo
of Dr. Perry's Dead Shot Vermifuge. E.
Ferret, Agt., 372 Pearl St., N. Y. City. (4)
Over 200,000 Howe scale have been sold,
ami the demand increasing continually.
Borden, Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis,
Indian Blood Syrup.
TTTSlTUV fvsifpsla, Liver ll
I 'I 1 IJ'V faws. fever and Atrue
J tJ JLt LJkJ HRrt Histase, Bilious.'
liffifl, Nervuns Drldlity
THE BEST REMEDY KNOWN' TO MAX!
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
Thie Svrup pcmucsrcs varied Properties : It tim
ulatu( tho ptyallne In the iftilva, which converts
Ihn march and nuetir of the food Into kIiicohb. A
deficiency in ptyaiine caum-n wind iiiidsoiiriiie ol
the food In the etunmrh. If the medickf j u.t,D
mmtdiately aftor eating, the fermentation ol Imd
It acts upon the Liver,!
It arts upon the Kidneys,
It Regulates the Dowels,
H Turilli s the lilood.
It Quiets the Nervous System.
It l'romntrs Digestion,
It Nourishes, SUvnctlicus uud Invigorates,
It Carries oil" the Old Blood and makes New,
It Opens tho Pores of the Skin and Induces
It nontralUe the hereditary taint, or poison In
the Wood, which gtnerau ScrofnlH, Ervsinelaa,
and nil manner of &klu Diseases and Internal hu
mors. There are no spirits employed In lt manufacture
and It can bu taken by the most delicate babe, or by
the am'd and fwhln, care only being required iu at
tentli n to direct. ols.
Oalva, Henry Connty, Ills.
I was suffering from Sick Headache and I)lr,t
nes su thul 1 could not attend to my household du
ties and a chorl trial of Or. Clark JohnaouV Indi
an Blood fyrup eil'ucvuallv cured mo.
MKS. HELEN ELKINS.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., Ills.
This Is to certify that l)r Clark Johnnon's Indian
Blood Syrup ha cured rue of 1'aiu iu tho Hack. It
Is a vuluublu medicine. MKS WOOD.
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
Till 1i to certify that I was afflicted with Palpi
tation of thu Heart for many years I tried dlllnr
ent doctors, wliom prencrlptions tended more to
weaken mo than thev did to etrvnuthen. I m. Inm
res lved to try Dr. Clark JohnnurTs Indian Blood
Nyiup, which proved to be a potlllve enre not on
ly curliiK the Ucart Dieae, but also a tilck Head
ach which had been troubling me.
MHS MAHY A. NKAL.
I was afflicted with Liter Complaint and Dyspep
a and failed to set relief, allhnnirh nulmr imuft.
sla and faliod to set relief, althonKh using modi
rlne from our bent doctors. I commeuced utdna
Dr. .fohnson'i Indian lilood Syrnp, amlashort trial
cured mo. T. W. HlSlNU, Mollnu, III.
This rortlllci that Dr. Clark Johnson' Indian
Blond Syrup hu uneutually cured muofDyspupela.
Too much cannot bo said in praise o' It.
W. a.WlMMER, Bedford, Mo.
Atronts wanted for thu sale of the Indian Blood
Byrtip iu evi'ry town or villauo, In which 1 have no
spoilt. Particulars nlvcn ou application.
DKUOIST8 SELL IT.
Labratory 77 West Sd st N, Y. City.
Ginger, llnchu, Man
drnke. Stillinn.t. anil
ninny of the bnt medi
cines known nro com
bined In Parker's Clngtr
Tonic, into a medicine
M tucn varied powers, as
to rtuks it th greatest
Worn! ruriliernnd thu
Hesloirr liver imed.
It cures RlitunmtUm,
Sleeplessness, & discacss
U n I m D I tungs, Liver A Kidneys,
nail DalSHITh & eiilUelw iliirercnt from
oitno stunum, iiowcis,
iL ri...... ui iters, i
nlcT llnir lirvti. nml oilier
viiioia, v.tiMu, .....t.....
T.ml, i. as II
'"K-. ? fslli tu Mn th, neverlnlnxlulrs. Iliicoji
FT .. Co.. Chemists. N. Y.
".i ; ;
. ij,rwiivlnii ifnyintf iwnrbiifc
Mm V r I I 11 11
0?er 2,000,000 Bottles Consumed Annually. .
For CoUL'ha. Cold, soro throat. hronchlLiH. ant)imi nnmiwtilii nn.nmi,,!.,., .i jl .v.
throat, client ami lunus.
Balsam of Tohi
throat, client ami lunus.
...... , , , , , H diseases ol ihu throat, ch('t aud lungs,
but It has never beeu so advautaguously compounded as in the celebrated Tula, hock and Kve In ad
dlilon to itii sootl.ln lialeamic prouertlee, il affords a dilluslvo stlmnlunt and tonic, to build 'no lha
system after the coueh has bioo relieved. v
WWT UP IN QUART S1ZK BOTTLFS FOR FAMILY USE, PRICE 81.001
(A, A TTrn ON I IJo nt be dielvcd by dealers who try to palm off upon you Hock and Kve In
JiJ 1 J Vil IllaCU Of Olir Tolll. lilicl; and 1V8. whlrh la thu ni.lv ..!..
the geuuine baa privato die proprietary etatnpnn
mo ivjijv, auu mil vyj.. i
Sold by Dkuouists, Giucekb
I'ublUhed Monthly, J"rtee $3 AH) per
Cottage bv tht Hiver Song & Cho Polfuss. 40
Overtlie Sea S0115 A: CJ10 J. M. North. 30
O Hush Tlu-e, My Baby Hichards. 30
Ye Litte Birds Quartet Smart. 10
The Lovers' Farewell Quartet W. I). 10
llriifht Eves Wallz F.mvell. J?
(Jueen of Hearts Gavotte Illelefcld. 30
llcel and Toe Calnp four Hands Bender. 35
New Years' Ureeting Polka Kisenhorn. 30
Von Steuben's (Irand March Dresslur. 40
A Trial Trip Xos. 1 and 1 mailed post-paid,
fmuw '"" 11 "" 1 " " rC'l""1"'1" "'""I ' "'" o ifswrnji'1111 """ n ii si ii I
Address: J. (.. PETERS, 307 North Fifth Street, St. Loulfl. Agency for Chasb
Pianos, Bay Stat Okoans, Ditson's TCpitions &. Send for our Illustrated Price List.
mrCJ IMPHOVEI) ROOT BEER. KC
-0 package mukea 5 gallnni of a deli
cious, wholtsome, suarklimr temncrauru he
erage. Ack your druggist, or srnt by mail for :ttc.
C. IS. IJH'.E,U Dela. Ave., Phllada.
AgentuWtinlpd for Sullivan's
IRELAND OF TO-DAY.
(Introdnctiori by Thos. Power O'Connor. It P.)
Centuries of Eticlish oppression set forth. It do
se I bes Ireland's ruin and tho peoplo'a desperation
It shows how the land wan confiscated and the In
dustrie destroyed. It explains tho Land League,
the Land Act and the Coercion Bill. Contains Si
engravings and map IWcolors. Price only J'.' per
copy. Sales immnnse. Bend ()c. for full outfit
and begin work at once. For full partlcnlurs, ad
dress J. C. MeCURDY 4 CO. Chicago, III.
WHAT WILL THE WEATHER GS TO-MORROW?
Pool's SIGNAL SERVICE BAROMETER
Or STORM CLASS and THERMOMETER Combined,
WILL, TELI- YOU!
corrwitlv any clmruw in
t lie wwahrl'Jtn4Kbourfl
I oao plan tbotrwork o-
I I tlave 60 timos its oost In
Mnftlti season. Hm an
attachsd, which alimn la
worth tba (inc n( the
efmibinatlon, Tliix great
i tndorMid by th mrwt
foftHim, and 8eientillo
men 0 thu dav tn h l h a
21:7 IN mi WCSU I
1 lis 1 herninmoter nd
Banmct4r are Dut In
nloxljr linlh1 walnut
iraniD, wan mlver-plntod
trimminss, etc., nrnkinic
it buauuful u well m
tiMiful ornanianL Wo will
-end yuij sunilo one.
iMivirm rrn. to your
reo-iptoX JJ Icird lur-i.
from f to flu dulr ik.lt.
ins lhein.il IriiilM til con.
tl M i l s ATMltillTI
) ml t;:o thini to mill to
farmers, miirciianla, (tc,
invaluable to v i-r IkhIj
U. tt. Fnttstra htamtii
in gomt oritur taken, hut
wnnti-l verv .
benit for Oircular nml unns. Addrepi nllnrilcrs to
tLArK" eHtAblishnint of the kind inthe world,)
Osnean, Oawcgo County, N. Y.
WHttfurl'uttOjnoiX"UMtymS btU plalniy, tndrtmtthf
pttirw nrdtrAral un.Vrv fr-rlr nr r. ylalrnd ltttor.nl ewe rtta
JIKW AUK Of WOKTHLKHH IMITATIONHI
Non gimuinn without our Triolf, Murk. mid hiitnv
turn of J. A. Pool, on back of In-triiineut, h"low
Hir.n 11I lnKtrumi'iit: K' iuciiui l.'UK. Im lies ulilo.
If you are not sal if Hod ou roofivina the umtniruouk
tetiirn It at once and wo will refund your mnn,.y.
i-'lmuw statu when you saw our kdvurtuuwunt,
Tha moriGan Popular Dictionary, $1.00
.x.-fi'ML Ttili trnnful and el
r,.j. j.ii'i v, i ? ? ' ''. emin ami (tilt.
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bat tivi'fntm linvnwl slilifr In pilc-o, OuUri ,r eon.
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inland bent Iioi.ij. r i.iil.i,-!,,' t, jic piiiilt.i any ddnM
on n., Ipn.I , kJ-MlioaatlstaetlunKiiaraiittil. Two
corb';. iB.it;uid s,j, crtir i; oncn. tm air u
d rfiiil!iy. t n '.r. ' lid .lli tuiver be imule aunln. HI
enpuiLfur Flv- pollnrrt. iuf r.iur Ulsud to
s 'i.t . pli '.ii.l uu i; -l yyiir own bH'k rum,
W Kid KiaafiMurlaif Co., 2i Nssaa Bt., Ktw tork.
Vat vexuhro .will Jlnd this
wciuhrful booh tho cheap
est DUydo.icru puhlinhcd, 2'he
i.iformaflon U contains is worth
manff tiuwa the eviount whet
fop it, tiul it u?ioi);l bo in the
ppssccbtoto of cvnybodfi. With
tUlsocotiin ino lib far a for refer-'
etc.", iiidii.v other much more ex
patslvo fiwr can bo dispensed
u iUi, utul ignorance of his
Per week can bu made tn
Something entirely new for agent. j oittil
O. V. INtillAllAM A CO., Uoaton, Mass
mrynwrr-r d?ri't', Tnit,T-TF "'"". "ui miuun
H XerWSlSt llraollon-luvaluablii to
l J: LHl-
., i-.-,i"S.'ii.t i'- .?'n.3e' volumo is a coin-
IW'S''. th bust Pic.
LV!JJ,.,'V!ii..1,rT In tli o,id.
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p:-7i-J 2 '"'mum Of baoluMy
kf ' P'i J? 2!ti',-V A iVV'", ''li'liro, tlyli,i.
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?t,;.'.Cl'! J'' ';. J Ubmry ? ri.f'.n.nc.
--irhflH ' ': I ." itvitfa"1' liHolirf
cvKimyt History, ousinens, laws.
eft;., to iMzeiisattle in any man,
AorVr tho pvlcct $1, yoHt-patd.
! LOSt MANHOOD RESTORED.
A viutliii of youtlifnl Impnideno causing Pretn
1 him IX'i-ay, Nervous Deblllry. Loit MsnlioH, eto.,
: ttavlng tried In vain emry knowu remidy. Las dis
cover, ,t a simple lull euro, whloh bo will send FRKB
to his f.'llow.snUi'mrs .addrtiM J, II, III.LYIJV
, .Ji t:Uiiiliniii stt.. Tii V. .. -
Hat always been one of the not trpportint
weapon .wielded by the medical faculty
against tho encroachment of Couhs, Colds.
Bronchitis, AMmia, More Throat. Conrnmp
tion in Its inciiilent and advanced atasea. and
nipneitirs. ii uiver streer. unicaco. in.
and Dkaleks Everywhere.
annum 1'utt-paid. Single Ko$. SO tU.
No.2(New Series) Contains
I'd be a Butterflv Sonir.... Richard. I tC
Oh, Gentle flirdk-Tenor Song Rennett, 40
1 ne Kustie Leaves iniet muiamt.
The Chapel Pern, or mix. voice..Kr;titier.
Three Fishers Quartet 1 1 ullah.
Sparkling Beaiitv Waltz Barker.
Picture Cants Rluetti Behrtas.
Hnccaccio March Four Hands ...Dressier.
Chiming Bells Polka.,., ...IftphacUon.
on receipt of 7J eta., or four months for t.oo.
OF ST. LOUIS, MO.
h. " w xikiin; ufinMtu ii sin VU ill O J
oud September 21, 181,
A R EIt E B U I IT
Orders are solicited for
Strictly Ture Wliito Lead and Ked Lead,
t'old-PrcsBed and Pure Dark Castor
Oil, Raw and Double Boiled
YfiTTNYJ WVX fy want tolenrn Teloera
1 V l 11 U HI CM phy in a few mouth, and be
certain of a situation, address Valentine Brother.
Jauesvtlle. M Is,
V hlrh U'nm fntnllo rinafMAttAH K .. ASI xr-.
A DKKTISKKH! mnd for our Melert I.Utof Lo
"eal NewHimners. Gfo. P. Howell & Co., 10
lirnoe mri-it,X. Y.
120 Broadway, New York,
LARGEST BUSINESS '
of any Life Insurance Company
IN THE WOULD.
It uluuu issuoa
HtipnliitliiL' that tho contract of Insurancu "hll
tot be disputed" after It is three year old,
and that eucli pollclu shall bo
on receipt of iutlsfaclory proor of deuth.
It policy Is clour and conclw, and contain
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
B. -HEAD YJIUR POI.ICI KH. Compare th ',
hurt nd sliikilo form uhim! by the Bmtltalilu with
thu long and obscure contract loaded down Witk
technicalities Isiiuod by ot uor touipttiiiusl
Tfa UQlf l)VrTiniTti
to policy holdora r
N. H.-8eo Iho many letters from policy holder .
eprssln(j their Kratincatlon with the return front
tlllllr TONTIKH 8AVINU KtlNU I'OMt'lM,
Itaiuiuno ot'lt ' i.
Financial Strength. ' ;
Outstamliiig Insurance ? ;1
100 MILLIONS. '
Assets Securely Invested 1 1
Surplus peenrcly Investod, nearly '
E. A. lmiiNETT, AtfOnt,
Oftlc., corner 10lh nod WMhlnl(Mi. , ,,'
, NoVoluhorlM. ladl. ai.1d