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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
SIOOO. Given t ,
If alum or Hiiy injurious. siil'Maiiccs can le limntl
in Andrews' Pearl ItalilnR Vowder. Js
tlwly PURE. eiidornil, mid testimonial-
reecivod Iroin mu ll clu-iiiM us si. Dunn Hays, Ilia,
ton: M. Dflafontalne, of CliU'rtpi; find UmiUiVUfc
Bode, Milwaukee. Never wild In Imlk.
C. E. ANDREWS A. CO.
4t Micliipm Ay. 2s7. W J.'l K. Water
Kviirv Curse t m wurrni.t. I
factory Uiii wearer in -vi-i
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CHICAOO ( 'UU-itX CO., lai.rai.u. 1JI.
l a preparation of rnitnxldn of Iron. Peruvian
Mark anil Hie I'hosphiiti , 1 I -.1 villi tho
Yrpi'lahle Aromatic. Kiidorril hy the tdedlcal
t'roftviiilon. And reeoinineiiilcil hy litem fur Iky
prpala. riierl llo-hlllty, reiiiit.lt" 11
rairt, Wanl nf Vitality, Krrvouit I'ron
(ration, liiiiinlmrriH'r Iroiu I'rvrra
and Chronic Millltt. ami 1'i ur. llacrvvt
every imrpoin) where a Tomc la ncccHHary.
Binaficturcd bj Tlie Pr. Hart r Medicine Co, StLouil
The follow-In la one of Hie very many UbUluo
Dial wc are receiving ilully:
6enlfrmcn: Some three montlm apo I bcrrin tht
ose of Hit. llAirrKlt'H I hiin Tonic, upon the ad
tlce of iimiiy frli'iidawlio km w h vlituca. 1 va
mirerlng frciiii ei nir.il iK Iflllly to nudi an extent
thai mv l.iliiir waaexi'ei'dlnitly l.iii'iU iiiiiinietii mo.
A varatlun of a iiioiilh (lid not Klve me much ru
lief, hut on the contrary, wan followed hy In
creafid iro8tr,illoii ami nlnklnij ihlllH. At thll
lime 1 bnr:m the iwe of your I mm Tunic, from
which 1 reallai'il aluioi-l liniiinlhiie ami vvomtiTful
rctulU. Tlic olil iiii'ifv ii liiriiiil ami I roiiml that
my natural force waa not 'riiiant'iilly nlutid. 1
have until Ihn e IhiIIIi h of thcToMC. Hm:i' UnliU
111 have done iwlic thi'lahor lh:il I i vi-i illil In ths
tame time diirlnir my IIIiii hh, and v. Illi ilouhle lh
ease. Willi the tramiiill m rvi- aiul vlfornl l.oJy,
liaa come also arh arm xii of llioiii'lit m ver lii foit
enjoyed. II' the Tdnkj haa not floiiu the work, 1
kuuw not w hat. I ptvc It the m-illt,
J. I'. WA'IWN,
Troy, 0., Jail, t, 1878. Paator CUrlalittU Churcb.
'aleby DiugglsUand Gencitl Dualers Everywhen
It te tlm ciiiirnrri-iil ti Hilinov id tin. imlillc und
the iuimIIciI iiroli-i'riiiii, thut 1 1 I t-t 1 l- re Sinn ih
Illlti ri. If a in. iIh-Oh. whti h in hli-vi' rrMiIlK miu'im!
jiy leu, iiiiitmiii hihI lu-i.'nti r.i..di.H riTiilviiii!
liv-ir dioni r.lt inviunrutoti Ihu In hli-, coliii'uiTa
Ciiuvauwci mnif thorn n i ovi -liu' Irmn itit -u'illliK
dUi-an a. M irruvi r it li the muml cm;llli. lur
""'M " oimiiii r -'iM.iiiiinii.. nun ra-ili'liH till'
tcvi'r mi ai'ue.
Kur aale hy all Dmi'i'Im mnl iIi hIitk :;i hi iallv.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A Tiiitun of ytnitlif ul iiiinnli iii'n caniiM( 1'rcma.
lure lAiray, fii rvoua lii lnhty, I,uHt Munhin't, i'l. .,
liaTing trnd iu vain vit- Ioii.wii ri tm iv. Iiuh iIk.
oovend Kim.l.. !t run., wh.. h lin w.i ..'n,i riil.i;
In till Uluw-mlli n in. iwIiImji 4. It. Ill : .
1 lint ham M .. TV. .
"A A favorlta
proarrlitlini of nno of tha
fnoat Dotod nd iiimimrul HiiM'iallata In tin. tt m
i now rHiirimi lor inriirior ai-..m.. j.hiij...
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Addrtu DR. WARD & CO.. Uuiiiina, Mo.
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Cairo. 111., July fltli, 188
Tho mayor statcil thut tlio niuuting whh
h chIIdiI meeting in lieu of regulur nici'ting
rri'st'iit-llis Honor Mayor ThiBtlcwooil,
uikI Aldurinuii Blake, Halliilay, lluulu:8,
Kiinlirough, McIInle, Swuboila ami Wood
AWnt Alilerinun lliukle, I'utier and
Ou motion nf AMuriuun Kimhrnugli min-ut-8
of last n.'giilar lacuting wi:io ttpirovcil
An tirdiniinuu providing for tho appoint
incut of a city engineer und dcllning his
diitien, nmd tlm becond tiniu at meeting of
June ID, und laid over until ucxt regular
inert ing, was taken up for action tliereon.
Alderman Wood moved that further ac
tion on ordinance he indefinitely postponed
Mot inn eHrricil.
An ordinance providing for the appoint
ment of a city comptroller, read second
time at meetingof Juno lit, and laid over
until n;xt regular meeting, was taken up
for i cti hi.
Alderman H illiday moved to lay ordi
nance on the table. Motion carried.
The mayor, in compliance with ordinance
to cKUlilisdi and maintain public library
and reading room, appointed the following
persons as board of directors of C'siro Pub
lic Library:. Mrs. II. II. Candee, Mrs. W.
. Smith, Mrs. I. W. ll.irclay, Mrs. P. A.
fnylor, Mrs. A.'K. S;.iTurd, W. II. Green,
Rev. B. Y. George, Wood Hittenhouse, W.
Appoiutineut approved by the following
Aj'S-r.lake, Halliday, Hughes, Kim
brougli, Mclhle, Swuboda and WokI 7.
Ueports ot Justices of the Peace O. A.
0lnrn. for June, and of J. II. Robinson,
for May and June, were read.
On motion of Alderman Wood received
and tiled. "
Coin iiii t tee on streets reported having
aivujded the contract for sinking drive
well at pnrk to II. T. Gerould for tho turn
of sa ro.
On minimi of Alderman Wood report re
ceived and action ot committee concuired
Finance committee reported having re
ceived from Thos. J. Kerth, city treasuicr,
the nun of fifty five hundred and six itnd
:J8 100 (5,5U0.3tf) dollars in canctllnl gin
eral fund city orders upon which there has
been paid thi sum of seveuteen nud 81 100
(17.81) dollars accrued interest, and the
sum nf ninety-lime ('J'J.OU) dollars in can
celled coupons from new iustalmeiit bondb,
all of which they have destroyed by burn
ing same. Above report was on report of
tieasurer for May.
On niotioh received and Died.
CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
Salaiy bill of city ollicers fur month of
June was read as follows, viz:
X. B.TIiistlewood, mayor $3:5 UU
D.J. Foley, city clerk 75 00
Thos. J. Kei'th, treasurer f0 00
L. II. Myers, marshal 75 00
Win. B.Gilbert, corporation counsel. 1)1 07
W. K. Hendricks, city attorney 20 8:)
A. Comings, police magistrate. .
John P. Hogaii, police constable
Warren Winis, "
II. P. Martin, "
Anthony McTigue, u
Alderman Mcllalu moved to allow salary
bill as read.
Motion carried by the following vote
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Hughes, Kim
broiigh, McL.ale, Swoboda and Wood 7.
J. B. Johnson, 24J4 days on side
walks !j;:)0 37
Frank Gauthier, 244 days on side
walks 37 12
John Ferguson, hauling 4 loads lum
ber 1 4()
Peter Walder, hauling 10 loads same 2 50
A. Payne, hauling 2 loads same. . . .
Win. Casey, same
II, Schult.e, 2 kegs nails
I. S. McGahey, 4,870 feet lumber
las. Rating, 5 days labor on streets. .
Geo, Washington, IJ same 2
Win. Kenney, 1'.' same 1 87
M. Iloiila'iaii, same 5 2."
P. Culladine, 7'i same 11 2
Dan Foley, 7). same. 11 25
M. )iiht:olu,Si7Humu 40 50
hggins, it same.
Mayner, 1(1 'V same
Tim Hussian, 17,'.,' same 25 87
O. Corcoinii, 4 same 0 00
J. Mueluin, 1 same 0 00
Tl.os. Muhar, Jr., Z days with team
at ft.OO 13 50
J. Hanington, days. same (1 75
Win. Fisher, 8-i days same at 2.50 21 87
Ed. Jones, 1 J j days same at f J.00. . 4 50
B. Thisilewood, 4 days same 12 00
N. Bed it, 5 days same 15 00
P. Corcoran, 1) days same 27 00
J. Swank, day same 1 50
John-Cain, 5 days with jail gang ut
R. II. Baird, salary as street supt...
Geo. Speiicr, ice for men on streets. .
Geo. Fox, 1 day s woik on drains. . .
E. W. Halliday, constructing sower
and supplying sewer pi pp. as per
contract 050 80
L. II. Myers, money paid for bury
iiiL' 'dead animals 3
H- Sehulze- groceries for prst house. 100 15
Huuter, hauling water forsatiio. . 4 40
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
C. V. Wlu'olnf, wood ami coal fur
same i no
G. E. O'llara, drugs for sauio 10 85
Bai clay Bros., drugs lor same 12 90
iSt. Mary's Infirmary, care of patients 43 00
Dr. H. R. Carter, attendance ou pa
tients 81 50
iSam Brown, removing garbagu as per
contra, t 00 00
('has. Johnson, nurse at pest house-. 00 00
Mrs. Johnson, conk at same 30 00
A. llorrell, I) 1-S days guarding in -
tested houses H 00.
II. Dawson, 11 dayscleaniug streets. HI 50
Nelson Perry, 11 days same 10 50
Clem Young, 2 days same 3 00
Chas. Thornton, 2)i days saute 4 10
J. Ilervey, conveying sick to hospital 1 00
11. Fisher, hauling with team 50
Chas. Berry, 1 day with team 3 00
Arab Fire Co., (iiaiteily allowauce. . (JO 00
l'oii.'h & Ready Fire Co., same. . . . 00 00
Hibernian Fire' Co., same 00 00
Delta Citjvaiuw 00 00
Anchor, same (10 00
R. II. Cuntim-ham, rent of clerk's
ollice 10 00
M. Shelton, janitor at same 5 00
Gas Company, gas for Batue 85
John Sprout, ice for same 2 10
Telephone Co., us of telephone. . . . 12 00
J. McNuIiy, letter lilo 1 00
John Cain, dieting prisoners before
and after trial 08 (id
Gas Company, gas for jail 4 15
F. Vincent, lime lor jait 1 10
Cairo Bulletin, publishing proceed
ings, itc 33 00
Gas Company, tras consumed iu street
lamps.... 208 35
II. T. Gerould, placing pump at
park 80 50
Fourth of July Picnic Committee,
money advanced iu improving
park 505 85
F. Ssrbain, cleaning track in park
Ac 30 25
A. Marguard, labor on Park fence.. 2(1 50
II. linker, attending pnrk 5 00
Telephone Co., use of telephone on
Levee 5 00
E. E. Ellis, printing brief, blanks
Ac 29 30
D.J. Foley, money advanced in pro
curing copies nf record in suits
vs. city 12 00
O. A. Oiborii, percentage on tines
collected 2 50
W. E. Hendricks, same 13 05
J. II. Robinson, same 31 50
M. J. Pink & Co., rent of police
hoft'lijUirtcrs 2 months 25 00
Telephone Co., u-e of telephone in
police headquirtcrs 12 00
Gw Company, ga for same 1 10
C. B. Newlarid, repairs on pumps. . . 5 95
U. V. Cox. glazing in clerk's office.. 1 50
Lancaster fc Rice, lumber tor pound 12 00
Liquor bonds of the following named per
sons were pres-'Uted for approval: Richard
Powers, and Chas. F. Bower.
On motion of Alderman Hughes approved.
On motion of Alderman Hughes meeting
adj. turned. I). J. Foi.kv.
Chronic Looseness of the Bowels
results from imperfect digestion. The cause
lios iu the torpidity of the liver. A regular
habit of body can be secured by taking Sim
mons Liver Regulator to aid digestion, to
stimulate the dull and sluggish liver and rid
the system of excessive and poisonous bile.
The Regulator corrects acidity of the stom
ach, cuies dyspepsia and permanently
creates regularity of the bowels alike dee
from laxity or costiveiiei-s.
"I Dave never seen ortrieu kuen a simple,
flicacinus. satisfactory and pleasant remedy
in my lite ns Simmons idvcr Keguiator."
II. H.WNiui, St. Louis, Mo."
Bou't Throw up the Sponge.
When Buffering humanity are enduring
the horrors of dyspepsia, indigestion, or
neivous and general debility, they are too
tten inclined to throw up the sponge and
resign themselves to fa'e. We say, don't
o it. Take Burdock Blood Uittersthe un
failing remedy. Price $1.00. Paul G.
When There' a Will There's a Way.
Anyone w ho has the will to try Thomas'
hclectric Oil will surely find the way ti
robust health, in cases of bronchial affec
tions, sore throat, pains, etc.: and as an
internal remedy, it is invaluable. Paul G
Jno. Bacon, Lanorite, Ind., writes: "Your
'Spring Blossom' is all you cracked it up to
be. My dyspepsia has all vanished; why
don't you advertise it; what allowance will
you make if I take a dozen bottles, so that
I could oblige my friends occasionally i
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul
0. Schuh, Agent.
Don't forget the fact, when you visit
New York City that the Grand Central
Hotel has been thoroughly refitted and re
furnished from top to bottom, and that
prices are only $3.00 and $3.50 per day for
board and num. 200 rooms on European
plan at 1.00 and upwards per day, also a
good restaurant attached.
Ltr client Among the Lovely
is she who renews or preserves tho beauty
of her teeth with Sozodont, confessedly the
most ellVctive preparation for them. Vol
umes of evidence might be adduced in sup
port of its claims to public confidence, as a
means of invigorating the teeth and render
ing them pure, glistening and spotless, and
not less satisfactorily proven, is its balmy
iiiUm nee upon the breath. Ask for genuino
So.o lout, iint) accept no cheap substitute.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will be given some cnterpriseing man
in Thk iici.i.ktin Building, which is now
offered for Bale on easy terms, long time
and low rato ol interest. The building
has rented for the past year; for
tilty to sixty-two do' ars per month
i ne property consists ol 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40x00 and a
two stoiy 10 x 45. H is a frontage of 50
feet on Washington avenue and 150 feet on
12th street. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, Ac, in the 2 story building
win oe sum wiin ir. for particulars ad
dress this ollico, or Join II Obtrly, Bloom
Goto Paul G. Hchuh tor Mrs. Freeman's
Hew National J'yes. For brightness and
durability ol color are iiriequaltid. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions iu English
ana ucrniau, a i ice m eeuis,
SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1882.
John Owens said the best women lin
had ever known were it little cranky on
their ngo. especially when their daugh
ters nro growing up. lie referred toono
Indy who had u miii ried son and sever
nl niarnageahlu daughters, und who re
lated that she wus inumed very young
when she was not much mom than
fourteen mnl tho interlocutor looking
ut her wrinkles, alio snid: "I'll tell you
how those conio on my father's side.
My mother married a very old man."
lie Surprised His Father.
A Connecticut man is never happy
unless he is inventing something. Even
the children have n fancy' for tho busi
ness. Last summer a Connecticut farm
er's boy visited Itanium's circus and
saw tho catapult. It suggested to him
n traiiip-biuinerr toboset under n man's
iloor-strp, aiul lui at once went to work
to build one. As he wanted to surprise
his father, ho kept tho matter a secret,
and worked like a beaver up iu the hay
loft of the great barn, building the ma
chine. Finally hi) got it done. It was
ti magnificent machine, worked by a
spring capable of throwing one hundred
nnd liftv pounds a distance- of thirty
feet. This machine- he buried in tho
hay until ho should be ready to test it.
Something possessed his father's hired
man to go up on that hayloft the next
lay. and he contrived to get right on
the foot-board of the machine, and was
slung whirling across the barn into a
half-tilled bay of hay on the optiosito
side. Alighting on tho hay saved him
from serious injury, but not from sur
prise. He didn't expect any such ex
perience, and was not at all pleased
with it. Neither did he understand it;
nnd ns five hundred dollars wouldn't
have induced him to go on that hayloft
again, he did not find out what threw
him; and fear of ridicule prevented his
That night two tramps tried to sleep
in that hayloft, and gave it up as a bad
job, after a sad experience. They had
crawled into the hav, and were getting
themselves fixed, when one got afoul of
tlx1 machine, and immediately his com
panion heard a whiz, a wild yell, and
then calls for help from the other side
of the barn. Ho arose to go to his com
panion, nnd got there quicker than he
expected. He found his friend very cu
rious to know what tossed him, and
somewhat seared. The way tlne
tramps fled from that barn was a cau
tion. The next day, when all the folks were
away on a visit, the lad got the machine
down and set it nndi-r the front door
step. TemiKirarilv, he attached thr wire
that set it going to the door-bell. When
the folks returned they all stood on the
door-step, and the old man rang to be
let in. With so much weight the ma
chine couldn't throw 'cm far, but it ruse
up enough to dump 'em. The old man
was tht- tir.-t to get up. He sprang once
more on the step and rang violently.
He. wasn't a very big man, and it did
seem as though the. Lord had put that
big snow-drift there, forty feet way,
just on purpose to eaieh him. They
gut him out, and, tilled with terror,
went in the back way. There I hey told
the story, and tho boy explained, and
the old man ran him out nnd stood him
on the machine six times, and he butted
that snow-drift nil to pieces. lie will
not patent the machine, believing that
it is too cruel a thing for these enlight
Who Mado Thoso Tracks.
On one of the rocks brought to Frank
lin, Ky., to use in the foundation of the
courthouse, were found numerous hu
man tracks plainly defined and unmis
takable. The stone is about three feet
by six, and one side showed as many as
a dozen of these foot-prints. Some of
them were misshapen, as having been
made in soft clay and crowded by con
tiguous tracks, but many were in most
perfect formation. None were bare
footed tracks, but evidently made with
fashionably-shaped shoes. On tho stone
were nlso seen one bovine track that
was clearly defined, and one that was
somewhat out of semblance. In some
of these tracks there bad been an after
formation of rocks, which with a chisel
was easily removed. The stone camo
from the Vernon quarry. The question
that naturally arises is, who were tho
people that, wearing shoes with fash
ionably high heels and well-rounded
shanks, made their tracks in the soft blue
clay that afterward solidified into stone?
In speaking of a defeated candidate,
a wai: said, "After all, he carried off
the greatest prize,
inquired a frieutl.
said the wag.
'What was it?'
"It was a surprise,'
Can't Get It.
Diabetes, Bright's Disease, Kidney,
Urinary or Liver Complaints cannot be
contracted by you or your family if Hop
Bitters are used, and if you already have
any of these diseases Hop Bitters is the
only medicine that will positively cure you
Don't forget this, and don't get some puffed
up stun that will only harm yon.
When you are continually coughing
night and day, annoying everybody around
you, and hoping it will go aay of its own
accord, you are tunning a dangerous risk
better use Dr. Thomas' Eclcctric Oil, an
unfailing remedy in all biicIi cases. Paul
G. bchuh, Agent.
Mr. Noah Bates, Elinira. N. Y.. writes;
"About four years ago I had au attack of
bilious lever, and never fully recovered
My digestive organs wero weakened, and I
would uu completely . prostrated lor days,
After using two bottles of your Burdock
t.i i 1 1 : . A 41. .. !
i.ioou jmei tue improvement was so
visible that I was astonished. I can now
though 01 years of age, do a fair and rea
sonable day's work." Price l.OO. Paul
G. Schuh, Agent.
Mr. Win. Poineroy, Bangor, Mo., writes
"I have for along lime sull'ered from con
tinual constipation, making my life
misery, and causing headache and frightful
cramps. Mr. Ihotnason, who has been
lately visiting in Buffalo, induced me to
try the Spring Blossom. It has perfectly
cured me." Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10
cents. Paul G. Schub, Agent.
Lvnn, Mass., alwav was a cood place for
health, hut it has heconi" a modern Belhesda
since Mrs. Lydiu H. I 'ink ham, of 233 West
ern Avenue, intulo her pi eat discovery of the
Vegetable Compound, or panacea tor tho
piincipal ills that iillbcl ihu fair creation.
This ilifl'eis, huw't vei, li.mt Hie undent scene
of maiv" ..iiH miics in this important particu
lar: The healing agent, wilhiill itu virtues
can be sent to onlcr by express or mail ull
over the wmld.
"Linus ky'n Buoi)Sniteiii.;u" the great
medicine for fever and ague, inalari t, and all
blood poison. Don't fail to use it.
Tn k Voltaic Pki.t Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dyes Celebrated Electro Vol
taic Bells mm Electric Appliunces ou trial
for thirty days to men (young or old) who
are afflicted with Nervous Debility, Lost
Vitulity ami Manhood, and kindred troubles,
guaranteeing speedy and complete restora
tion of health and manly vigor. Address
as above. N. B. No risk is incurred, as
thirty days' trial is allowed.
To promote a vigorous growth of the
hair, use Parker's Hair Balsam. It restores
the youthful color to gray hair, removes
datidrulf, and cures itching; of the scalp.
Never Give Up.
If you are suffering wiili low and de
piessed Spirits, loss of appetite, grner.d
debility, disordered blood, weak coi.vnu
tion, headache, or any disease of a bil.nii.
nature, by all means procure a botio- ol
Electric Bitters. You will be surpiicco in
see the rapid improvement that will follow ;
you will he inspired with new life; strength
mi I activity will return; pain und misciy
will cense, and hiiicet'.rth you will rejoice
in the pr ii-c ol' ftlectne Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents n bottle by Geo. H. O'llara. "il
I tiekleii's Are iea Salve
The Best S-ilve in the world fnrCm.-.
Bruises. Sores, I'lcrrs, Salt Rhetim, Ft v. i
Sores, Trio r, Chapped Hands, Chilblai n,
Coins, Hi d nil Ski. i Ei options, mid positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect s iiisliu tion, or inotii y refunded. Price
25 cents pur l x. Fur sale by Gi.o. K
The llo.vi: scale took liist premium at
Philadelphia, Paris, Sydney, and other ex
hibitions. Borden, Sellcck A Co, agents,
St. Louis. (5)
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at r.ight and broken
of your rest by a sick child Buffering and
r) ing with the excruciating pain of cutting
teet'ii If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the ixxir little sull'erer iniiiiedintelv
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. Tin re is not a mother mi euith
who li.if.rvir tine 'I it, who will id tell you
at mice that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
ralib to the child, uim rating like magic.
It is perfectly Safe to Use ill all caseh, alel
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nursis in the United States.
Sild evnywhi ic. 25 ends a bottle.
A Popular Tonic
VOII WKU Ll .NOS AND t'ONSl MI'l ION.
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, lor the relief and cure of
Coughs, Colds, Sole Thn-at. Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of the dl.eu-:e, has ever met with the
indorsements of physicians or patients as
the celebrated "Toiu, R"Ck and Rye." Tht;
repeated and continued pales of the article
everywhere ate the best evidence of its real
merits. Letteis and tetitnonals from every
luarter of the country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing t fleets, are in
possession of the proprietors, and can be
adduced to coiivinee the inoft skeptical
reader ot its intrin-ic virtues. Further
.ninieiidation is uunects)iry and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having ft
pleasant taste and agterable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are alllicted fir pining
away with pulmonary wrakneas of there
lief to be si Hired by the use of Toltl, Rot k
and Rye Chicago I lines.
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
quills unvu oeen given away asiri u oonies
til i i .it.-
of the large size. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at George E.
O Haras Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
''Dow do you r.uinage," tai I a lady to
ner triciid, "to appear so happv all tin.
time':' "I always have Parker's Ginger
Topic handy," was the reply," and thus
keep myself nnd family in good heafh
When I am well I always feel good iiaturcd.
nee unit r column.
Dit. .link's Guk.vt Nkhvk Rkstoheh is
the marvel of the age for a'l nerve diseases
All tits stopped free. Send to UU Arch
street, Pliiladelpia, Pa.
To regulate the liver, stomach, ami bow
els all you nerd is "Hellers' Liver Pills."
Take them and see.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs, f I. 5 for 5. All
tniiggisis. N'tid lor circular to Aliens
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave , N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Statu of Illinois
I'lrcall Court of Al
C'OCNTY OP Al.KX AN'llKIt III ChlllK't'ry .
KiiKiuiiu (Jul ley uiiil I'yrlllu A. Miirchllilim
Jeriaulnli .Mr.Dui lol, Kll.iilii'tli Mcbntdul, Moses l'
iioi.iinmii nnd iisinea iiiiney.
Hill In Forer.loau Mnrtirauit.
l'lllillc niiilcii la lirriiliy uivi'li Hint, In IMirauiuiro
ot a neciiirt niuile una nitori'ii nv until court In
the nil vii i'IiIUIimI raiisn, on Ihn -juih iliiv of M-iv
A . I). IMS.', , tlm ii ml e rr-i mu'd, niavtvr iu rhittit ury
oi inn mi in court, Vi Ti, on
MONDAY, TDK '.'ITU DAY OK iJt'l.Y, IsS
nt tin' hour of 11 n rim k In tho lori noiin
lit tlii.piMiitiwi'Hli'rly iloorol' tlm roiul linuso in lliu
rlly nf Cnlro, coiiiity of Ale xiiiidor and ntato of
llllnolH, mnl nt imhllc niii'tliiii, t.i tin) hluhi'nt lild
li'r, for ravli, all mid aliiiiihir, I In. following do
acr.lii'd in iiilnra nnd rrnl ri-tiitii In xulil ilrenai
liioiit'otii'il, el In iitu in tlm coil tynf AloMimli'Mi
atntnof IIIiiii Ih, nr an nnicli llmreof ns alia'l hit
millliii'iil to mil Inly kiiIiI decree, to-wli : Th,. Mouth
(iint nimrier ol lliu soiithweM ninirler nl ac-ctln
I lurtv four (Ml), in tirwtndilp iniin tiered Kourtenn
(to, mint n nrrani'i! two C.') wen or tlm third aril
ctpnl iiiorliliiin, except tlirnii Ili'tnH In itiu SulltU
weat. rortinr ol aam titianer nei'tinii.
Dated, Cut o, llllnola, July Ul. tssi.
Al.KX II. IIIVIN.
Mnat"r In Chancery,
w altuu VYaudku, Ccni!ultuut a bullcltor,
Chills and Fever.
S.linuioiia Liver Itefiii
niior rood hrciiliH loo
Holla und rurrlea tlm
fever Ollt III Hie HVHtlllll,
1 1 ciiren when li other
S ck Headache.
I'' r the relltf ai.d euro
of llilrt illHlri.-KHiliK (g.
ram. ime Sliumuu LiV'
er l(ui;o Intor.
Thu Heifiihilnr will ioHlllvi(ly 1-urn thin ti,.rlMu
iM-io-.i. Ve ursetl eiiiplialli ully wliulwo know to
CONST I 'PAT ION!
oiihl iiol lui reirurd' d Ni a lilllliii; nliinent. Na-
i- lleUIUIll.H till) lliuiiul. rrumtiriiy Ol lliu lliiA'I'ia,
refine iikicl nature hy liiklrir S ininoiii. ,vtr
eiilntor. ll li liuriiilecH, inihl mid elli ctiial.
One or turn I ii 1.1 ... i ifl.1i. will relieve ll)l tin)
trouble Inrlili'iit to u hnii.iiH stale, hikIi as .Nuioh-u
Diz.lneiiH. Driiivi'lncaH, I u-lrei' ul'i r eiillt:', a Mi
ter hud In-1 1- In the iniiinh
MA LAP I A.
i-rHotia mm avoid ull I.. i,u .ioi.ulli-
lillit! a dime ol Miinnuiitt ,iver l.'ir'll.ilor to keep
e liver In heiillhyiietlnii.
1 5 A 1 ) UP 10 AT 1 1!
iii-nilly urlaiin.' Ir mi n dinordi r-l nl. n Hih. rati
corri.cieu uv mi: ni Minimum Liver lieeulutor.
J A UN I HOP.
Simmon I.Ivor Keinlut r tnou erniili -.itcn thin din.
in., irom nil BjHii in, lenvin tin chin clear uiiil
cu trout ull luipiirltlen
t'hi'dreti "llerlM' Willi colic houIi exi'. rlemii re-
li. I t hi'i. - i.::iioiih l.lvi r Itei'iiliitor ih .j.!minlli r-
1 ,.lu i.- Vno ileriw trciit I.ci.i !l! from U.iJ
i iili '..- Il -siiot uiipU iiriiiit; It in l.nr luli-sa
mil i! 1 1 1 . rtirely vrei tnlila.
lil.A I l i:P tV KIDNEYS
Vubi of he ili-MUHeii ol tin til mi IO o r originate from
Ihu-.- ol 1 1 I 1 1 ! 1 1 j y . Hcfloif ilui mill, ii of t!iu
In.' Inlli cii.liu.ili the liidiieja and hluUder will
h.. ..-i..r. il
li-" I'nli h Oi
liie l nii'ier the ri
'inline, which alwaj'H hai uu
ii ' ira.le iiiaik and eiKimturu ol
.1.1 1. ZP I LIN tc CO.
l-'cr -i.l'' hy ull ilriijftH.
Painl.Cannot !St'iv Wlieto
It Ls Psed.
Iiliiieinatiptn lncund hy
riioMA.' i:ci.k'jti:ic oil.
A lame hack of i l-Lt year- atui.dib); ws poritlve-
ly i un d ly 5- cei.tH vrnr h of
TAO.MAS" KCLKCTKIC OIL.
(.'oiiiii'ou core throat la cnfal with nw done of
TlIOMAh' l.t LK'.i hIC OIL.
t'l.iii'h- ai d col li- uri cureil by
THo WAiV Et'I.Et TI'.K'OII..
All throat and luui! diai-an-i are cn ml liy
TIl'J.MAS' r t'LLCTKIC OIL
Arthina If cured hy
TIIOM ' l'.CI.Ki'TKIC OIL.
Ilurin and frost t.It.-f are relieved at once hy
THOMAS- ecu-ATI:.'.: oil.
Always givrs satisfaction.
Sold by Medicine Dealers everywhere.
Pi ice 50c. and f 1
V0STF.K, JIlLIil'ltN A- CO., I'rop'rs.
BulTiilo. N. Y.
Tiivrilom nf naall nn. I no'dinm
ntlintllltH m inn ii. iT'iviniuin mnl
Stiu'liH H4 f u ' i y li t rteil na iimt
eM.nlihiVI, a in I in II in I.Ullll'. niton.
Our HiH-i-i-rtt liil, fully tni,"l, unl on.
tilillf-hiil iHiui. Try It. Keirts
rent weekly ill vIiIciiiIh I'ftid uimith
ly. heml nt oncu for exiiliiniitory
rircuhirs nnd ria.t rf-cord, t liKK.
1 Hvi.lemiH inilililiiriiiR piiat tlrrteeii
lin.iitlin tm tiio, fain! -H'l 'l n-r
Hi'iie Ail.lri-,s I LI'M.IIINf.
MI.HItlAM, 1 1 1 & 143 LfiSullo
St., t liii .,,1, III,
4 4 Wo want a Io.-al aiTcnt In
I'Vrry town. Jaii'IIi nt linlilei.
iiientH. do- .1 pitv Ui a ri'HiMui'l
hie, rtiterin iul! i! wun. Writo lut
AijgNT pun nit: "Ai r; or
1 ) A X 1 K K ST K A M K NO! N K
Colt's Disc Engine
l HI!: ,
I T.-il.. -.1 IB
mid Murine Kngiiu-s
FX(ilNKS A M'K( PLTY.
FA KM ENGINES, MACHINISTS'
STEAM I'll MI'S
OF ALL KINDS, BKLTING,
I'tilleyH ami General Snppliis.
ISo. Ml, North Third Htre.nl,
liingui, lliu lui, ALiii
tirade, 'aillintti.t, nm'
lii.iny ol tho hct niciii
clurt Idiewil nra coni
Tonic, into mrdiianc
of u. h vm icd power, nn
to in ika It tho nruilcst
Hon! Ileal! liAKUi'iiutli
ltlniiil l,nriliir nml tins
lleilnrt-r i;vrr I'anl.
It cures Klieiini.itiain,
SIccplcasnrM, & ilincaeiH
tif tho Stnin.it h, ltnwrh,
1 I li. 1 : I
H, l.ling, l.tvpr ix eiliiney!,,
It R-ale-lrTi. ftUnilirrlviliirereutfrnm
M...I K.'i.iiniiili nl llilr nr.'"- """ 'iiii. ;m
Ini, Npvw Wlti to tfiliiro tlm never illlliXlcntfl. 1 UJ.CDX
tuuthful wlwr Ui gruy UJr. & Co., Chemists, N, Y,