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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
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K. A. M1KNKTT,
Publisher and Pronrlotor.
State ok Illinois, )
Alexandkii County, f B8'
A regular sc68iou of the Hoard of Coun
ty Commissioners, of Alexander comity,
begun and held at the Court Mouse in the
City of Cairo, in suit' county and state, on
Monday, the 5th day of June, A. I). 1882.
Pr8ent: Tlios. W. Ilallidiy, chairman;
Peter Saup, commissioner; J. A. M. Oibbs,
commissioner: Sumuel J. llumm, clerk.
The minutes of the lust regular meeting
were read and approved.
A petition from the Wabash, St. Louis &
Pacilic Railway Company was presented to
the hoard, asking for an abatement of a
portion of the taxes on lots 11 and 12, in
block 19, in the City of Cairo, the same
having been assessed as improved lots, and
the board, after au examination thereof,
finds the same to be au error, and alto
further finds, that said improvements be
long on lots 11 and 12, in block 17, in the
City of Cairo. Therefore, it was considered,
and ordered by the board that the clerk be
instructed to notify the sheriff to abate said
tax to the extent of said error, and the clerk
was also further instructed to add said
abatement to lots 11 and 12, block 17, in
the City of Cairo, on the tax books of next
year, as provided by law.
The reports of U. Fitzgerald, coroner, of
inquests held on the bodies of the following
persons, were presented, approved and or
Qeorge Black, colored, April 5, 1882.
A colored man, name unknown, April 11,
Logan Yourber, April 18, 1882.
A colored man, name unknown, April 20,
January Cappell, colored, April 2, 1882.
The board thereupon proceeded to the
examination of claims against the county,
pending which it adjourned until to-morrow
morning at 9 o'clock.
Tuesday Mokkino, June 6th, 1882.
The board mctpersuant to adjournment.
All members present.
The petition of citizens of the Goose Is
land and Unity precincts, for a new
road from the Caiao and Beaver Hidge road,
commencing near the residence of John
Heater, and running thence until it connects
with the Cairo and Jonesboro road, near the
residence of John Parker, was for the want
of full information as to the utility and
necessity of the same, on motion, laid over
until the next session of the board.
A petition of citizens of Elco and vicin
ity, praying that a new road be opeucd up,
as follows: commencing at the Cairo and
St. Louis railroad, where it crosses the Ul
len & Cape Girardeau road, then running
west until it connects with the Cairo &
Jonesboro road, was laid before the board,
but no one appearing before the board to
explain the nature or necessity for the same,
it wax, on motion, laid over until the next
session of the board.
Bidney Chipp who heretofore was ap
pointed road supervisor of Koad District
No. 10, having removed from suid district,
sends his resignation to the board, and rec
commends tlio appointment of Mr. Mit.
Irvin, who, upon motion, was duly ap
pointed to till said vacancy.
The application of Wm. Sickman, for
pay from tho county for land takcu for
county road purposes, was referred back to
him with instructions that he make a deed
lor the samo to the county,
The following claims against tho county
were allowed, but inasmuch as tho county
has drawn warrants against and in antic
ipation of the taxes already levied to the
full extent thereof, it is therefore ordered
that tho clerk is hereby directed not to
draw any warrants for the payment of said
claims unit the further order of this board,
excepting those drawn against tho road and
bridgo fund, for which orders can bo drawn,
there being in said fund out of which Baid
claims are payable an unexpended balance.
ON ACCOUNT OK STATIONARY, FUEL, AC.
O. D. Barnard & Co., mortgage ro-
com s cover $ 17 50
Culver, rage 11. & Co., assessor's
blanks, etc 2t 50
Cuiro City Coal Co., 2 tons of coal. (J 00
Total $ 47 00
ON ACCOUNT OK 1'AITKHb.
B. F. Brown, 1 qr's salary overseer
of the poor $ 10 00
N. McCollum, furnishing 3 Collins
aud burying paupers 15 00
Do, maintaining paupers at poor
farm, 3 uum to Juno 1st 230 08
Wm. Halls, ono colHu 4 00
C. O. Patier & Co., mdso for six
months to Juno 1st 05 50
Cairo City Property Co., 3 qrs reut
of lot 10 00
Bisters of tho Holy Cross, main
taining for 0 months collius
and burials 403 50
Halliday Bin., 15 bbls meal 50 25
Dr. Wm. Wood, service! for 6
months and expenses 537 50
Levi Clutts, maintaining Nancy
, and Ann Clutts 3 months to
Juno 1st 24 00
B. F. Brown & Bro., mdso for
J. A. 11, Uibi), 1 qr s salary med
ical attendance at poor farm .
Jas. Carroll, In full of bill fur $1.25
for cofllns, &c, the sum of. .
Mary Byrnes, maintaining Harriett
Cunningham 0 months to June
Total 11,473 2:j
ON ACCOUNT OK CONTINOBNC1KS.
C. W. Henderson, watercooler. . . . 4 50
J. S. McOahey, lumber 185
F. Vincent, 3 bbls of lime 3 30
C. W. Henderson, lock tor circuit
clerk ollicu 2 00
Smith Bro., doss brooms 2 00
8. J. Humm, office expenses for 3
months 8 05
Cairo City Cos CV, gastoJunolBt 18 15
Thus. W. Halliday, cash advanced
during high water 141 15
Cairo Bulletin publishing proceed
ing, tax notices, blanks, &c. . 45 80
W. Harrell, 3 mattresses for jail . . 9 75
Bridget Foley, Bpreads and blank
ets for jail 10 00
Alex II. Irvin, sundry office ex
penses 4 00
JelfM. Clark, curtaiu for sheriff's
office 2 00
Green & Gilbert, legal services. . . 350 00
N. Feith,4 coffins 10 00
P. Corcoran, 3 burials by order of
corouer 18 80
Albert Green, 1 do do 5 00
R.Fitzgerald, holding 5 inquests
as per reports 55 00
And to the following named per
sons who served as coroner's
jury the sum of one dollar
each tor each inquest: P.
Mahoney 2, C. L.Turner 2, I).
F. King, E. Jones 3, P. Cor
coran 4, J.Summerwell 2, T.
G. Wilson, J. Branklo, M.
Cahill, M. Harrington, A.8us
auka, N. Feith 2, P. Collins,
P. Greauey, J. B. Johnson, F.
G. Metcalf 2, I. Kawlinga,
Jesse Harris, J. T. Thomas,
Merinda Smith 30 00
Total $ 727 15
ON ACCOUNT OK COUNT! COCKT.
R. S. Yocum, 1 qr's salary as coun
ty judge $ 180 00
ON ACCOUNT OK DIETINO PRISONERS.
K. Fitzgerald, dieting prisoners
3 months $ 407 CO
ON ACCOUNT OK bUPEUINTENDENTOK SCHOOLS
Mrs. P. A. Taylor, 10 days' servi
ces $ 40 00
ON ACCOUNT OF COUNTY CLERK.
S. J. Humm, preparing assessors'
books, and 3 months' official
fees $ 183 C4
Dj 17 days, clerk of court and
board to date 51
Total $ 239 C4
O.N ACCOUNT OK CIHCUIIT COURT.
Fitzgerald, 9 days baliff, May
term 8 13 50
Guy Morse, 13 same 19 50
John Sides, 8 same 12 00
SI. J. Buckley, 2 same
J. II. Merry man, 3 same
F. F. Margis, 2 same with horse.
G. F. Greenwell, 1 same with horse
A. lUwlings, 9 days janitor
Total 09 75
ON ACCOUNT OF ROADS AND URIDOL8.
A. Brown & Co., lumber, per
order of Commissioner Gibbs. 40 10
Perry 4c Oarnwr, covering bridge
over Sexton's Creek, per Con
tract 5 00
II. M. McKennie, moving fence
per order of Commissioner
Halliday 10 39
Andrew Lusk, cutting out new
couuty road 05 00
C. A. Marchildon, haulmg tiling
for road 3 00
Total $ 123 1)9
ON ACCOUNT OK 1'F.R DIEM.
Thos W. Halliday, 2 days com'rl 6 00
J. A. M. Gibbs, 2 days com'r and
20 miles 8 0
Peter Saup, 2 days com'r 0 00
Total 20 00
There being no further business, the
board, on motion, adjourned sine die.
Sam'l J. HcM.M, Clerk.
of total amount allowed out of each fund at
this meeting of the board :
Am't out of stationary Jb fuel fundi 47 00
pauper fund 1473 23
contingent fund 727 15
county court fund. .. . 180 00
dieting prisoners fund 407 00
sup t of schools fund. 40 00
county clerk fund .... 239 60
circuit court fund .... 09 75
road and bridgo fund. 123 99
per diem fund 20 GO
Total :J,388 92
Sam'l J. Humm, Clerk.
Tiik New World's Dispensary and in
valid's Hotel at Buffalo, N. Y., is now com
pleted and ready to receive patients.
A Hunting Story.
A gentleman of Savannah, On., whilst
out hunting wild turkeys in tho vicinity
of Hanleeville, recently, shot at a very
lino gobbler (which he had allured, by
yelping, to within a reasonable distance),
using his breech-loading rifle. After
tho report tho gobbler stood still a sec
ond, and then spread his wings ami
slowly soared away. Surprised at this,
aud confident that ho had struck tho
turkey, tho sportsman hastened forward
to tho spot and, examining around, dis
covered on the ground a number of
feathers, which ho picked up and in
spected closely. Concealed in thofeath
crs was tho riflo ball flattened and with
a pioceof llosh clinging to it. Knowing
from this that tho turkey had been badly
hurt, ho followed quickly, and found tho
bird had fallen dead to tho ground, sev
eral hundred yards distant from whore
he was shot. An examination of the
body revealed the fact that the ball had
possod entirely through the breast, bare
ly missing the heart, and knocked the
feathors off the opposite side, falling
with them. The shot was fired at a con
siderable distance, and it is presumed
that the force was nearly spent when it
passod through the bird, ana hence drop-
Yi(( tf t.hn rrrnnnrl with i Via iintLnta If.
tore away. SaoannahNcws. J
CAIRO BULLETIN: WENDESDAY MORN1NH, JUNE
MercliautH, Head Thin
To thoHo subject to ills incident to tho
vexations ot business life, dyspepsia and
a feeling of dellb'lly and fretfuluesH, we
say, without equivocation, take Simmons
Liver Regular. This remedy is unequalled
in tho euro of piles, constipation, bad
breath, sick headache and bilous complaints.
The regulator is free from any injurious
niecurial substance; not disagreeable ;can
bo taken at any timo without interfering
with business or pleasure. It is gentle,
safe and a good digester.
Convicted by a Monkey.
Tho case of "a monkey on the witness
stand," reported from India, does not
seem to be an isolated one. Domestic
animals have many times played tho
part of tho dog of jilontargis in reveal
ing crime, und wicked men need to hido
their deeds from the eyes that aro not
human eyes, in addition to their ordin
In England, not long (1go, hoiho foot
pads attacked a traveling musician, in
jured him severely and robbed him of
all his money.
The musician had several monkeys,
all of which were killed except one. That
one escaped by climbing a tree.
As soon as the robbers had disappeared
tho monkey came down the tree and ran
to the nearest house. lU antics and
cries induced a man to follow him to tho
spot where tho musician was.
Afterwards Homo men were arrested
on suspicion of the robbery. Tho mon
key was brought before them. As soon
as the little animal saw the men. he be
gan to scream, and leap toward them,
which convinced the officers that tho
prisoners were guilty of tho crime.
Field Marshal Herwarth von Bitten
feld having acquainted theempcror that
a movement is on foot for erecting a
statue in Bonn to the late Prof. Busch,
who saved the life of the empress at j
Coblcnce last summer by a difficult op
eration skillfully performed, his majesty
has accorded a contribution of 3,000
marks to the memorial fund, in token
of bis "inextinguishable gratitude" to
the deceased. Her majesty further sub- ,
scribed 2,000 marks. 1
"Iu a Decline."
Dr. R.V. Pierce: Dear Sir Last fall
my daughter was in a decline and every-,
body thought she was going into the con
sumption. I got her a Imttlo of your
"Favorite Prescription," and it cured her.
Mrs. Mary Hinson,
Of all druggists. Montrose, Kan.
au Ola Friend.
He was afflicted with a lame back and
generally debility; he was recommended
Thomas' Eclectric Oil which cured him at
once. This famous specific is a positive
remedy for bodily pain. Paul G. Schuh,
Geo. Meredith, Jersey City, writes: "The
Spring Blossom you sent me' has had the
happiest effect on my daughter; her head
actio and depression of spirits has vanished.
She is again ablo to go to school, and is as
lively as a cricket. I shill certainly re
commend it to all my friends. Price 50
cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul G.
Du. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is
the marvel of the age for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Scud to 931 Arch
street, Philadelpia, Pa.
A Baptist Minister's Experience.
I am a Baptist minister, and before I
even thought of being a clergyman, I grad
uated in medicine, but left alucrativo prac
tice for my preseut profession, 40 years ago.
I was for many years a sufferer from quinsy;
"Thomas' Kclectric Oil cured me." I was
also troubled with hoarseness, and Thomas'
Eclectric Oil always relieved me. My wife
and child had diphtheria, and "Thomas'
Eclectric Oil cured them," aud if taken in
time it will cure seven tiniesout of ten. I am
confident it is a cure for the most obstinate
cold or cough, and if any one will take a
small teaspoon and half fill it with the Oil,
and then place the end of the spoon in one
nostril and draw tho Oil out of the spoon
into the head by sniffing as hard as they
can, until the Oil falls over into the throat,
and practice that twice a week, I don't care
how offensive their head may be, it will
clean it out and cure their catarrh. For
deafness aud earache ithasdone wonders to
my certain knowledge. It is tho only
medicine dubbed patent medicine that I
have ever felt like recommending, and I am
very anxious to sec it in every place, for I
tell you that I would not be without it in my
house for any consideration. I am now
suffering with a pain like rheumatism in
my right limb, and nothing relieves mo like
Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
Dr. E. F. Crane, Corry, Ta.
Paul O. Schuh, Agent.
1 HE 1,01,011 AND L.U8TRE OK 10UTH are
restored to faded or gray hair by the use of
1 arker s Hair Balsam, a harmless dressing
highly esteemed for its perfume and purity.
Woman's True Friend.
A friemt in need is a lriend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when one is sorely afflicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints aud weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tr.al always proves our assertion
They aro pleasant to tho tnste, nud only cost
mty cents a Dottio. Hold by G o. E
Dyspepsia, diarrhea, and dysentery can
be cured by using Wright's Indian Vegeta
ble Pills which give healthy activity to tho
enure system. (3)
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will bo given somo euterpriseing man
in The bulletin Building, which is now
iMieren wr sine on easy terms, ong time
and low rato of interest. The building
has rented for the past year for
n ty to sixty-two dollars per, month.
The property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildinirs-a threo storv 40x00 and a
two story 10 x 4 S. Has a fmnM nf Art
foeton Washington avenue and ISOfeeton
12th street. If desired the maM nnr an.
time, ooner, c, in the 2 story building
will be sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this office, or John II. Oberly, Bloom
ington, III.. ,
L ... . .1 . .
Used to say: "Boys, if your blood is out
of order try Burdock tea;" and tlmu they
had to dig the Burdock and boil it down
In kettles, making a nasty, smelling decoc
tion; now you get all fhocurativo proper-
nes pin up in a palatable form In Burdock
Blood Bitters. I'ricn f 1 .00, trial size 10
cents. Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Allen's Brain Food positively cure nerv
ousncss, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs, fl. 5 for $ 5.k All
druggists. (Send for circular to Allen'a
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Mold in
GVn by Barclay Bros.
Go to Paul G. Hchuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color aro unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
Mothers ! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night ami broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, ft,) ut 0lCo mid get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Sooihing Hyrup. It will
relievo the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
alKtut it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of ono of the oldest and best female
ph3'sicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a Iwltle.
A Popular Tonic
FOR WEAK LUNOH AND CONSUMPTION.
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in tho incipient or advanced
stages of the disease, lias ever met with the
indorsements of phyt-icians or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Rock and Bye." The
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are tho best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and testimonals from every
quarter of tho country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, are in
possession of the proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince the moBt skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant tasto and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are afflicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to be secured by the use of Tolu, Rock
and Rye. Chicago Times.
Tho Howe scales have all the latest im
provements. It is true economy to buy
the best. Borden, Sellcck & Co., agents,
St. Louis, Mo. (3)
Indian Blood Syrup.
'SPPPfilH. T.lvrr Din.
KCH. Kcvcr mill Amu.
Heart DiKCHHc l!ih.,nu.
nf, nervous Deltlllty
THE UEST It EM Kit Y KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Thousand Buttles
Sold Since 1870!
Ibis Syrup poMOMen Turled propernus: Ilitiin
ultitea the pt valine In the imllva, which couvortn
r.niiu iimu ruK,ir 01 me looa into lMucoho. A
deflciuuev in plynlino csiikmh wind and noiirinc ol
t MM fnnH n tkn ...im.nV I. ..... . i. .. "
.u ...v piiii.ui
if the mudiulii Jt uitoti
is prevented eBll"K llle lermcnlatlon ol lood
It acts upon the liver,
It arts upon the Kidneys,
It Regulates the lioweln,
It Purities the Wood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It I'romotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthen! and InvlKratcs,
It Tarries off the Old Wood and makes New,
It Opens tho Pores of the Hkln and Induces
.kU i.l!',,,t,r,"5?"Jhe hereditary taint, or potion in
the nlood. which nnnrnlm u.,,ri,i. c..-c....i...
and all manner of Hktn DiecaaeB and Intumal hu-
Th.M .M A .n!.ll. . ( . . .
..j i. . " . . enipioyoii in Ha maiiiiiacturo
7u . .a j i"K.e.D y 1110 mul ""llcate halm.or by
tn Mad and feeble, care only being required In ut
tetillc n to direction.
Oalva, Honry County, 111b.
I waMiirr.irlng from Sick Headache and
pen so that I could not attend lomy household dn
tie, and a ihort trlnl of Dr. Clark Johnnou'ii Indi
an Blood Syrup effectually cured me.
Waterman Station, DvKalb Co., Ilia,
Thin ii to certify that Dr Clnrk Johnnon's Indian
Blood Syrup ba cured me of l'uln in tho Back. It
It a valuable medicine. ajKH WOOD.
Centre Ilill, Whito Co., Ark.
Thin It i to certify that I waa afflicted with Palm-
lauon or the Heart for many year I tried dllt.ir
ent docton, whopo proncrlptlouo tended more to
weaken me than they did to utronctlieo. 1 It lanl
SSI --iJPm!rjr :0r- Flf Joun!m Indian lliood
Symp, which proved to be a poaitlvu cure-not on-
tea which had been troubling mo.
-I lil,lc4 wlth LI?or Complaint and Djapcp
IS i"d UrtrolK although u.lngmedl
clncj from our beat doctora. I commenced tixlng
Dr. Johnaon'i In.n.n mnn .a . . .
Mn - "Tit, nii nuini, trim
cured me, , T. W. KI81NO. MollnU. 111.
Thlt cortlflna that r. m.i. t .i. i. ...j.
Wood Blran htm tr.win.. ......a .. -r n............
Too much cannot be laid in praUe of It. j
w. s. WIMMKK, Bodlord, Mo.
Avents wanted for the sale of the Indian Blood
SHIP "k!?.0, .town vtllaice, in whloh I hare no
agoni. Particular! given on Application. j
DRUGGISTS BELL IT.
Ubratory 77 West 3d iL, N.T. 0
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II MI II 25
throat, clii'Ht and I luijuV. """""",uii,
i. ...... . J i 1 tin mum, ii urn ill
-nroMt. client and Iuijum, 1
Balsam of Tolu
but It ha nv.r l,i.n ..,! .
VJl U 1 1 1 W I f.. . i;. , iZ.::.
the genuine haaa pnvl,.,, ,iVe .WarV m;.
i lie jiiLL.uiiivaml lt h CO., Tropuctors, 41 liiv. r street, Chicago, III.
OLD BY DltUfldiaTB. (iRQCKRS AND DkaLKUS EvEUYWHKRE.
i'HbllHlinl Muni hlu, l'rtee $3.00 pi v
No. 1 (New Scries) Contains
('nll.ii;cliv tin' Uivur Sorif; &i Clio I lfnss.
i iv, r in, i ,iiiir ,v I Mo J. M. nrih
OlliiNhTh.T.My n.ibv Hiihardi.
i- l.illu ;ir, C(tnii rt-r Snuit.
''lie I.ovir,' l-'arewt'll Quartet V. I.
Ilri-ht -:Vl- Willi; I'.irwtll.
'luci'il of ll.-arls Cuviitlr Hirlefclil.
I ltd and Toe i:tli fr.ur Hands lit nilcr.
New Vi-ari' ;n-i-linir l'nlki liin nhorn.
Ton Stculn-n's I11.1111I March DrcHKler.
.iini irip-.o.v 1 ami J mailc.l post-paid, on receipt of 75 fls or four mouthi for.i no. I
Ad.ir,.: J.L.PETERS, 307 North Fifth Street, St. Louis. Ancy for cuaj.ii
1 IANOS. I!av hTATB OKOAN8, Ditson's Kditio.ns .Send lor our IlluMiale,! l'rice List.
Will gtit valuable informa
by tending for circular to K.TOl'UJEE, Boston,
i'U nil'KOVKI) HOOT IiEEIl. sr.C
'J lmcliBiTo million h (rnllnnn nf a Avi.
cloua, wholtaonie, spurkllnir teiunerance bev
erttKC. Ai"k your ilriiKuUt, or sent by mail for c.
C. E. U IKES, 4:) Dela. Ave.. I'hllada.
ftO' t'r cn ho m,i(1 ln Rnv locality.
V-v,Soinetl)liic entirely new foraintuta. tS nnlflt
free. U. W. 1NGUAUAM ft CO., lloaton, Ma-
Stillman's KLIXIU ok LIFE
A purely Vn tnhle Ulood I'urlller, and irnarnn-tPi-d
to cure !W cai-ea In loo, or money rnfiirduil
1 he above reward will iih incd for a remedy which
will cure bk many cao of M ularia. Fever and Akuo,
Uynpephiu, Kheiiniiilii'tii, (..aturrh, Liver and Klit
ncv IMneiineH. !t"i,UKi bnttlea od oil iln merlin,
without advertlmui:. In feven ye.irs. If Wlinua,
laui;ntd, ami your ambition in cone, life ta gloomy.
Try one bottle. It will convince you of ila auperl
ority over any oilier remedy. 11 yuit have any Uu
niornof the 8UI11 or blood, from whatever caimo,
Una Elixir will cure It when all other remeille.
have failed. Ank your(lru(,'l"t for it. l'rice ftl
andJ. A S'Jdollar hottli' rent by exprenH pre
paid Ji'f'd by A. ,. STILI.MAN Jt CO., New
ork Clrcularn free. II. C. W ILLAUJJ, Oen'l
Auent C. S. mid Canada. Troy, N. Y.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS New Rich
Wood, anil will rnnipletclychanue the blood in the en
tire nyatpni In three inonlW Anyperwinwhowill Ink,)
1 pilleaeh nightfnun 1 t,i 1 e neekamiy be rentnrwl
lonun,l liciilth, ifciioli atlmiK li.poiHililo. Wuld ev
erywhere. ,retit by mini for letter etnnipx. I. H.
Jounbun d Co., BuhIuii, Maw., formerly itauKor, Mo.
Btluging, 8iiiiirtiiiK and iu
(or h! 1 DtHehRru,.
nt of prico. JOXi N I). PA life BONH
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KorSftK'hy MAUCI.AY JillO'S. Cuiro, Illii oi.
PR. KLINE'S GREAT
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2 trinl Wttle frt to lit 1 anoH.Lhev lariiik exnrts
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'ipr.'iiMr."(iof affliitoil tn 1h KI.IN'K.H.Tl Ar h
The Best Known Remedy for
Backache or Lame Back.
Rheumatism or Lame Joints.
Cramps or Sprains.
Neuralgia or Kidney Diseases.
Lumbago, Severe Aches or Pains
Arc Superior load other Plasters.
Aro Superior lo Fails.
Ar Superior lo I.lnlaienti.
Aro Superior lo Ointments or Halves.
A re su perlor to E! rc t ricl t y or f sJ ysmlsra
They Act Immediately.
They Relieve Pnlo ml Onee.
They Positively Cure.
I .fl 1 1 1 1 1 1 f I Un n"ve Imitated. Do
UHw 1 1 U Hi not allow tour dnuir&il to
pain off. somo other plaster having a similar
eoundluj; nams. Hee that the word ta spelled
O-A P-C-I-N B. gl'r, eta.
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AHI1KK HkniKDV AT iTANTTCTt;
HEAD'S Mediated CORN and BUNION fUSTU. ,
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iniriimonia. conmimptlon and all dlaeaeu!
IIiih nlwiiyn liocn one oflhonioH important
weapona Hlclili il liy thu incillcal faculty
nyaliiHt l lie eiicroachmi'iilii of t'ougha, Collin,
llriiiii hlllH, ANtlinui, Sore Throat, Coneuuip
tlon In lie incipient uinl advanced Uii.'i'it.aua
j , ' Uihiiihhh ol ilie llirnat, cht and Innim,
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annum i'-md. Single Sot. 50rM.
No. 2 (New Scries) Contains
Wi t I 'm.
IM lie a riiiilcrily Song HirhanU.
(Hi, (itnllu IlinU Tmiir SimL Kennelt.
1 lip i;ulic i.i aves Duet Williams.
1 In- Cli:ix l-Ki-in. r mix. vnict-a. Kn iilfr.
Tluve I kIhts Quirlct Mullah.
Sparkliny; lii iinlv Wall Darker.
I'lcliire Cards Dinette Ilclircas,
Hoct-:(!, March Knur Ilauils . Dressier.
Chiinim; Dells I'olU Kaphuelsoii.
On Hie Chicago. Mllv aukee A St. 1'niil Hallway
And Utliatps lor Iniiirovomcuts.
For map aud full pttlctilHr, addreaa:
Land CommlHeioner, Milwaukee, wil
ft30 EK W,J,'E''- rn bo made in any locality.
V"y Something enMrelv new for au'enia, 5
Slaaa U- W' INCiHAI,AM & C0' "oBton,
YOFNTr MVN HyonwmittolearnTeleKra
, , . A 1 l".v I" ' montha. and be
certain of a altuatlon, addreea Valeutlne Urothera,
Jaticiiville, t le.
A DVKKTISKKS! semi for our : Select Mat of Lo
lnil .Nhwnjiiiim'M. On. I'. Howell ii Co., 10
II. Legrand Gilbert & Co
4 Broad St, New York.
Sums from r and upwards judlcinualy lnvuated
lii HtockH. K 11 1 inlorniiitlon regarding stock trans--ctluns
nailed free; also flinancial report.
University of Virginia.
Sl'MMER LAW LKCTCIIES (nine weekly),
1 ,1;"h J xW,' ,,tls- nml ml 1:ith September.
Have proved of alKHttluHe.-l.t, to HtudetitH, who
ileHlcntopiirHu,. ihelrsiiidlesat thia or other Law
, !'f."i ' 10 ,l"!"u wh0 ITopono ti) read privately:
ami .Id, 10 practitioners who liiive not had tho ad
vun UKeor HVHleiiiatlc InxtrHctiun. For circular
I-'ri' y ; 1 l!irr:lv ,,f Vtt to J""" -S
1 rol. torn, ami Stat. Law.
OF EVEET KIND CltEA urn nia.m.
isl'i? V1",'?' R,,v"lver)i, Ammunition,
l iHhl,IKTit..k..Selu,Net.. Knives,
K'ora,.SkiiteH, Hummocks, cto.
l.nro IlIiiNtrntixl Catalogue Fit EE.
GREAT WESTERn'gUN WORKS,
M M. I 1 ,1 If I, f HI, PA.
WANTED ! Ladle and ttentleraen, toeneaw
Artlilea. ITollta l,tTg JLnOor Is light.
KicltiHiv territory Kiven. No oompeUUon
TeniiK lmorul Orc.ihu-H KRKR. A.ldrt'lS
Hewitt Mauuluct'K Co., Bin stiS, ritUhnrgh, Ps.
Swedish lusoot Powder Kills
Bk II DEIISk
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
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"1 Hiict. ! Ini.s Ll. p.T,,!,,,,.,.,, ,! (.'otton Worms,
5l;i h, He. It in miff, uro, I'lcanly aud rhcap. Jt
will not iilsoii niniHuls or fowls. Kamplo pack-iiKi-a
lv iimil :m I'l'iita, prwt-pulil. Stomps tiiken.
Clrrnlnrs Irej. Affmits Wanted. A.l'IrcM,
J. II. JOHNSTON. Ptttsbnrgh, Pa.
of all kinds for salo very cheap.
Catalogues free. Address, RICHARD
I HULL tU. BOX 868. nmburgh. Pa.
A Now and coiupwto Il'ittil. fronting on Lome
Second aud Kullroad Btreuls,
Tb Paeni(r Depot of the Chlcaco, St. Louie
an" .(uw Orloans: Illinois Coutral; Wahash. Ht.
Louis and Paclllci Iiuu Mountain and Southern,
Mohllu and Ohio; Cairo and St. Lotus Hallways
tro all just across tho strnut: while the Steamboat
Laudinit Is tint ono aiinari) distant.
This Hotel is heated by steam, has stoam
Laundry. Hydraulic Kletalor, Klectrlc Call Balls,
Automatic Piro-Alanns, Baihs, sbiolutoly pure air,
perloct sewerage and tomplvte appolnlmonts.
. Hupurb fiiriiishluKi perfect service: aud ao aa
twl)o table. . , -
U P. PARKKIt 6c COZjOseeee
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