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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING. AUttUST 13. 1882.
ft t . ' IjlTAMBOUNDTORISC
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
SIOOO. Given r ,
If alum or any injurious sul'Maneoiciui let found
in Andrews Pearl Baking: i'owdnr. Is ts.
tivcly PURE. Being endorsed, mid tiMtiiionlnla
reci'lvodfroni mu-Ii I'lu-mbta asS. Dana llnys, tins,
ton; M. IiehifoiiUiIno, of Chicago; and Ciustavus
Bode, Milwaukee. Never si .Id in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A. CO.
4f MleM.n.n A. 9W. ','s'l .V F. Water's
Kverr Corset i arrtuitt 'i mhi:.-ta'-V'trTUiita
wearer in ever) wit v.
it the liioti'-v w.il re!i;i.ie -I I V
the Kr.tr. from whom it we 1- tu.-h.
Tbn!rcvr,-t r-nmouvs-l '" "r ?
mat lltjnrtm Hi' ; .
tbe " iiiii t-jinf.ri!r are! l
ll 111! ' i
tin. '.i: ' i I t ' r
Ilealtk rrr-r.1. l.f". Self-ll'-AMo-lul
(Mtr.fcr.Tr' ""lnc '
Health l'rrteril.. -H '"
rf Ml bj lruJl " r. arj Where.
fine fnt '4ium -'T in,, iii.-iwo, Hi-
Is a preparation of I'rotoxldc of Iron, Peruvian
Bark and Ihe Phosphate, associated with the
Vegetable Aromatic. Kndnwd by the Medical
rrofwelon, ami recommended by them for sy
aepli. Jrnernl DrblllO. reunite 1U
rain, Wantnr Vllnlll.v. Nervous i'roa
Irallon. t'nntalrirrnrr from fewer
tnd ('tironleO'hllU anil t'eter. Itacrvea
very purpose where a Tumc l necessary.
Bwafidartd bj The Dr. Hart f r Medicine Co., St. Lonit
The following l one of the very many testimo
nials we are receiving dally:
CniiVmrn -Sonio three months ago I began Ihe
nae of lu. IUrtkb'! Iion Tuvir, iiin the ail
vtre of niutty fiU'intH who knew Im virtue. I aa
ufffrttig froin gfiifnil drhllliv 1 anvil an eilmt
tlialmy labor waai'XWilliiFly btinlenaoDie tome.
A vacation of a uinnth dtil nut Kite me niucti re
lief, bul on the contrary, wai followed by ln
creaxed prostration aii'l vlnklnl chllla. At thll
tme I bn:in lhetio of jour IUON ToNtr, from
whlrh 1 reitlltrd ahuot Inimi'illato ami wonderful
retulta. Tlieold cm-rpy returned and 1 found that
my natural force waa not lierruanently abated. 1
have tued three bolt lea f the 'J i)Ni". Since using
Hi have dime twice Hie labor Unit I ever did In the
am time tliirlnfi my lllnehs, and w 1th double the
eaae. With the iraniiill nerve ami vluorof body,
liaacomealoaclettrncaof thouuht nevr before
enjoyed. If the Tonic baa not done Uie work, I
know not what. 1 plve !' the credit.
Moat grateful jJJJ,".
Troy, 0., Jan. 2, 1878. ' I'aatort hrla'llan Cburcb.
Sale by Druggists and Gwertl Dealers Everywhtrt
IIOIMCll T - PI-IIIIH- II IMIM'l- , J, I I , .(i,n
itawlth greater ccrt'ilntt Mel iin.iupntudi- than
anv known remedy, anil i" a me t i-i hliil IuvIku
rant, ppullscr aiei aid l M-en-tlmi. Them are
lintcmptv aaecrtiiiua, in- llimiiiidn of our t-nmi
tryniell lid women who have txperli-m ed lt
efftcta are aware, but 'e barked up hy lrrefrun
ble iiroofe. The lllller-t iilao t;S ve a lieallhlul a Urn
iiltiatn the iiriua-y or(.aii
Kor aalo hy nil llruKw'lnta HU'I rt'"l TH lii-ncrallv.
.. ...-'.. ... ....I. 111,,...., ... i ...... H..UI,..,,.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A viol im of ouOil ul linprieli no e.iii-.ini; I'm :,,
till I.eav, U-rviiiw l"hniiv, J.,i Muiile. d. n,.,
Iiiviih' tru d u Vilili en iy l.ii"wn rem, il.v, lm ,
Covered a umple B' It eiip', wim b ho will n, lid I'M
to lea fiHow-aiilbn'iH, addrua J, II, Kl l.tl.S.
43 I liatlinin hi.. K. t.
A favorite urearrlntlon of line of the
In oat noli-d mid aiicrt-anful -p'Tiallna In tin- V. H.
(now ri-ilrvdi fur theeuie of Vrrroix Uebillfy,
Mjmat MMit, lltl iir ami llirni. Stent
Mi plaliiaeaiwu"livl"ie-ee. Urniafialiii an Oil IL
Addreii DR. WARD & CO., Louiiiint, Mo.
K I ana tMurf Ui
baa aliMrt'ni la ourtni liwt,wi ul Ui IIIihmT, likln and
Bbwx. airrviiaa lli'lilllly, linunieiie), llrcmilii
WwliifM, (.onorrkiru. Hjukllllli- nu'l MereurUI
Affeetlam apwlally Irealeil on 'Imiiiiii .ru,u,..,
Ilk af ao iiirt reneti-ii. i all"i win lor I-i.i ftf y.iei.
mm I 9 nfwcrril by llnw d tlrli.tt ir'aiim-nt tr null.
(ranaai affrr'-a MiielMra.k.mia mh4 Ihalr kailrM,
tB4MrVMMialkliirUIIrlrait.aalfta, lllaiH trm.J
.Una, nit. III TT", ta K. auk au, i. Ui.i., a
BMTAMMHtU 0V.tR TUIUT V YCAUH.
BJ1 i 1S
Capt. Dritko's Ghost Story.
At a inui'tinj: of rplljciou rcfurinorti
liclil in tho hoiisn of Mr. W. H. Hanks,
Kii, Koston.rci'cnlly, Cupt. C. T. Iris
ko, who is well-known ns tin iililu ftml
experionccil shipmaster, Kpoko in suh
t:tiiL'ft as follows:
In the winter of 1H05I ionim:uiili'il
tho ship Hurry Hootli, bound from New
York for Dry Tort upas, with a i-aro
n government nlores and two hnnilrml
nii'i'hanies ami laliorcrs to bn employed
on the fortilifittioiiN tln'n in the eoiiisu
of construction. When the ship reach
ed tho vicinity of Ahaco tho wind blew
n tierce nortlier, with heavy rain; tho
mm had gone down, and tho weather
soon became ipiitu dark. To haul oil"
was impossible, Ihe wind Mew ton fresh
to carry sail, and the only rational
coursn b-ft was to iticurllie risk of cross
ing (he Habania banks. The nliip drew
fourteen feet, and I could not expect
that there was much more than tii'ieen
feet of water on some partsof the banks.
A foot i verv little to sparo under a
ship's keel; but 1 resolved to take the
chance, and accordingly squared atvav
that is, nit the ship before the wind,
-and took my departure from Kerry
island. Having seen everything in or
der on deck, I left the chief mate, Mr.
Peterson, a careful and trustworthy of
ficer in charge, and went below for n
little rest. At 1H:.V) o'clock I heard a
voice, clear and ilNtinet, say: '(Jo on
deck and anchor!' 'Who are you?1 1 de
manded, and sprang on dee!;, fori was
not a man to take orders from anyone.
I found the ship going along her true
course, and cut thing as 1 could wish.
I questioned Mr. l'eter-on if be had
seen any person niter the cabin, but
neither he nor the man at the wheel
had either seen or beard anyone.
Thinking it may have been hallucina
tion, I went below aain. About 11 :.'.(!
n man with gray great-coat and slouch
ed hat entered the cabin, and. looking
c straight in the face, commanded un
to go on de-i k and anchor. He left the
cabin deliberately. 1 heard his heavy
tread a he pas-ed before me. Once
more I spiangmi deck, and found the
ship all right. Sore of my course I was
not dipuM-il. even wii.'i ibis second
warning, to obey any man or anything
eke. i;o matter what appearance it
might put on. Again I went Ulow, but
not to -leep, for I had everything mi
ready for a spring on deck. At l:':.:iO
A. Ji. the same man entered the cabin,
and. more imperiously than before, said:
'(ioon deck and anchor!' I recognized
at a elance that the -peakervvas my old
friend, ('apt. John Hartoii. with whom
I had sailed when a hoy. and who treat
ed me with great kindness. I sprang
on deck, rounded the Miip to, and an
chored her with tiflv fathoms of chain.
Ml hands were called and the saiU furl
ed. Shori'v afterward I felt the ship
touch, but iieiihor the mate nor any
one ele noticed it. A few tuinutesliiter,
however, all hands felt it. I threw the
lead first fr-pin one ide, then from the
other, and found five fathoms (thirty
feet) of water. I ni perplexed, ami
asked myself wlmt it could mean, when
the same voice sang out: 'Throw the
lead over the stern.' 1 did so, and to mv
dismay found only thirteen and a half
feet. (The ship drew fourteen feet.)
1 immediately set Ihe uti..i-ii topsail,
and spanker, and backed her clear of
the reef, against which she sheered ev
ery time she brought a strain upon her
chain. The danger was; past ; the ship
rode clear of the reef, and su-taiii'jjj but
little ilamaeo w here she struck. A ship
w hich spoke me in Jhe. early part of tho
evening, and whose captain was not fa
miliar wit h the Hahanias, said that he
would follow inc. and for this purpose I
hung n light over my stern. Watching
my movements closelv, ho rounded to
almost a-j soon as I did, and thereby
saved his vessel. No doubt the norther
had shallowed the waler on the banks,
and if we had continued in our course
we. both might have been wrecked.--Will
those who assume that the spirits
of our departed friends do not take an
interest inns please explain? What I
have stated is true. It was the spirit of
a departed friend, ('apt. John Harton
well known as one of the best shipmast
ers in the rountrv. trwVm Tntrillcr.
Is It A Mound-Builder?
Mr. ('. A. lieei'steehcr recently ex
humed a skeleton, about three-ipiarlcrs
of a mile ?ast of Nottawa, on the Hurr
Oak road, near the I'lcnnett farm savs
tho Centreville (Mich.) HciiubHmn.'--
1 he mound from which it was taken is
in the highway, and has been passed by
and over by pedestrians and teams for
the past forty years. Mr. liccrstceher
has known of I bis motmd for some time,
but never until the present week made
any attempt at an examination of its
interior. The skeleton is that of a full
sized man, being from six feet to six
feel two or three inches in Icniith. The
head is of diminutive size in proportion
if the skeleton, and from a physiolog
ical standpoint would indicate very lit
tle intelligence. The forehead is very
low and narrow, while the animal pro
pensities are of the most prominent
character. The led h are cry double
and massive in Ihe central and back
portion of the jaw, the forward and ex
treme front teeth being very long and
narrow. Some or t lie molars or back
back teeth are much worn, seeming to
indicate use upon hard substances.-
The bones of the skeleton are very
large, giving rise to the belief that the
once animate, possessor was a being of
more than ordinary strength. 1'his
skeleton is perfect in every part, and is
doubtlesH as good a specimen of this ex
tinct race as can be found in lh coun
try. Every cavity of tho bones and
skull and spinal column was tilled with
sand or a sort of burned clay, w hic.li had
worked itself into every "conceivable
opening in every portion of the skele
ton. It was found six feet under
ground, in a sitting posture, with the
head thrown back and jaws extended to
the full capacity, li was facing the
north. Over it was found a coveringnf
burned clay, which probably iieeniints
for its excellent preservation, as water
could not penetrate ilm air in any man
ner get to it. It is a well-known fact
that this is not of nny tribe of Indians,
as they do not ilis,'.e of their dead in
that manner. Jmni the most reliable
information thai can be gained from
scientists, the niound-bnilders were a
race supposed to have inhabile.l Mexico
and portion of tint I'niieil States from
eight to eleven hundred yean (n.
ihiiiv a vi'K ten III
Aii onliuance KranllnB pernilaBlon to Mark Kaln
" .!!... fr,.n, I., I i In 1..I fl liloelt an. In
rllv of Cairo, al"o grantliijf pt-rmllon to Mck
William to build an exti'imlini to tila one atory
hoiiae a mated on lot 17 block 41 Flrat adilillon
iiVltoriVined bytlie city council of Hie city ot
Cairo: , . , , ,...,..
Bectlonl. I.irenau aim l' r"-"- '
eriilili'il 1 niniK inu " ..v :,-,
r" ' .. an,, i.ii hinrk an. r v of
Cairo Lirenae and permtaaion Is aim granted to
Pi If K " llliainit i" eium i . .. - . -
hiitldlnc Klliialed ou lot IT block 411, Flrat adilltlou
to city nf ''into Saldextenalon to be nlueteen
feet wide !)' ttteuiy V'liui ei "'; "u it--i".
'"Approved Ar 'l"1' A n- Ks'-'
A" N 11. i tllSTI.EWuon, Mayor.
At teal - P. .1 l-'m-BV, t'lty Clerk.
I'lihliahed In Tn Dailv Caiko llni.xriN, An
Kiist I'.'tli, lsJ.
OKIUN ANCE NO (U.
lit- iuitdaiimt bv tliel'tly CuiiihIIoI the fitv of
1 hec'tliin 1. That Hie following fiilewalka ne
nimtnicted of wood, vlx: fentlieouih aide ot
F.lirhm at rent, betwei n halt lload itreet anil Ohio
levee. Ilcliii; oue hundred ami lorlytlve fc l lu
lenulli- , ,,
taei'tlou Tlmt the fnreculiiK elilrwalk
be conatnn ted in accordance with thcreiiuiremenla
ol the ordlnaucra of tho cily. providing lor
the construction of aiitewalka.
Section 3 The local impruveinont herein pro
vided for, ahull be made bv apeclal aaaeaamenta,
and in accordance wllh the proviaior.a of aectioaa
1H to 51 iucluaivo, of Art . V, of the act ot the cener
al aaaemhly of the atate of Illinois, approved April
10th, loVJ, ami entitled "An act to provide for Ihe
incorporation of cl lea and village," and the coat
aud expenses of the conalructlou of aaid udevvalk
ahall he paid out of the futida artting from raid
S. r-.ion I. The owner ot any lot froiitini? on the
aldewailk proviaiou lor the buildlni! of which la
made by thle ordinance, ahall bo allowed thirty
dava afier the time at which thia ordinance takea
illect in w hich to build that portion of aald aide
walk opposite hl lot, aud therehy relieve the
same from aaaeaament; provided the work ahall
conform in all reaped to the ren tit re men is of thia
ordinance, and be done to the auliafacllou and ap
pr.ival of l he commit tee on atree a.
Section b. t pen the explrat.un of the aaid thir
ty dava, the citv clerk ahall publiah uotice lor
ton daya, 111 the cewe paper publlnhliiE the ordl
ljancea of the city, aetimc lorth that a-aled bills fur
lurniahiiic the in'att-rlal or doll the work, or both,
or the coiiatructiou of aaid aUlew alk directed to the
City Council will be receive Hi thia, ofllce, tip
to the time of tbe ineetliii; nt the city council for the
openiiiir ol said bide, which tncetiui! ahall not be
earliirth.au twelve daya, nor Inter than eighteen
dava from the date of aaid notice, w hich notice
ahall atate the time of aaid meetiiiK and deacibc the
work to be done, by re referring to this ordinance,
pvtiic its number and date of approval, and that
aaid ordinance is achji-ct to examination at any
rime at his ofllce. Said bids ahall be opened by the
clerk in the prea-nee of the council, and the con
tract fordoiui: the work, or fnruishini; the material,
or both, for eonatriictinc aald side
wa'k ahall be awarded to thu lowest respon
sible bidder, w ho st all sufficiently guarantee to the
satisfaction of the City Council the furnlabiui; of
said material, or the performance of said work, or
both, under tin- supervision of the Committee on
Streets, within such time aa may be fixed by con
trad, if sai d Citv Council ahall deem it expedient
tiioo. lfsaiilhida are not saliafuclorv to the
I li r Council, they may reject any or all of them,
and mav then or then after authorize said sidewalk
to be cenatrui ted by e ch agents aa they may
Approved Alien! Hth. A. . 1-.'
X. H T II I ST I. K WOOD, Mavur.
Attest :-D !. Foi.bt, City I' lerk-
l'nuliahed iniAil.T Caiho Kclletin Aiiyuat l.'th
ORDINANCE Xo. fit.
An ordinance levying aud asseaalug taiea per the
Whereas. The ritv council has. hy ordinance.
appropriated for the fl-ral year, ending April .Hub.
for thai several torporate purposes nereinai-
ter Indicated, the following amounts, via :
To pay salaries of the regular el'y
otllcera intluding police for e 10,5isi
To pay cost of repairing, constructing
and reconstructing sidewalks
3. To pav cot of rilling aud improving the
streets of thecliy . rVXl
To pay rost of d-ninage nece-aary to bit
done within the city, includinj cost of
drainage pipe 5,d)
To defray tho expenses of Are depart
ment ... a.u.10
6. To defray the expenses of the B ard of
Health, in carrying Into etlect the ordi
nances relating to the public health l,VO
To pay expenses of city clerk's ofllce and
council chamher '-iVl
K. To pay expense of annual city election' oO
'J To pay cost of diet ug prisoners and
extieun-s of city UI! 1ki
10. I'd pay cost of city printing .')
11. To par c.otipnns from the new bunds of
the city dated July 1. ls,8 and Issued pur
su.iut io an elert ion held June '.Tib. 178,
which are not registered with stale auditor,
provided said coupons shall imlyhpld
afu r the aaid new honda are delivered In
exchange for old bonds., as provided la or
dinance No. Jl 8,j0
Also any sum remaining Huixpended from
previous appropriations for said purpose.
14. To pay lor gas furnished street lamps.. a.Wii
la. Tuprovlilu for contingent expenditures '.'.HM
11. To pav rost of widening andrtrenglh n
Ing New levee m lil.f'Xi
Total from general fund w 5".l."i0
From Railroad Strip Fund
For linprovlni; Railroad street, between St.
diaries street and Four eenth street,
the balunce uoiv rmiainliig in aaid luuil.J'e 1st
l'"rom Sp-'cial Levee Fund.
To pnv iirlncipal and interest of certificate
Issued for nun ey borrowed under ordl
nam e No to, appnm-1 April llth. ssj ... Jift.niKi
And wb' reas, After due examination and mak
ing proper alloHanee for u expended balances in
the e.Uy treasury and for llcenaea, flin s Ac., to
come into the trcaaury during the llacal year, it la
aacerlamed by the cily council that Ihe amount
necessary to b collected from the tax levi for the
current venr ia forty tliouaaiid dollars therefore
He It ordained hy Ihe city council uf tue city of
Section 1. Thai the sum of forty lliouaand dol
lars Is hereby levied and assessed for rornorate
purpose ii poll the real and personal properly
wit hi ii t he city ef Cairo, as the same Is ii'seaseil
and eiuiiU.ed for state m.d county purposes fur
the curn nl year.
Section -4. The cily clerk Is hereby direrted to
Bio with thu comity clerU of Alexander county,
Minimis, on or before the third Tuesday lu Septem
ber, A. 1). Isj'J, n certified copy of this ordinance
( hb h said copy shall he certilled by thu mayor
and city ch rki
Section:) Wle-ren ihe county clerk of Alexan
der county, Illinois hits extended the taxe shove
levied, upon t lie county co'lector'a hooka, It shall
be thu duly ol the city clerk lo ascertain the exact
tie ol amount so extended and charge the same up.
ou rlf hooka lo said collector's, and to credit said
collector with the sums hu ahull from time to time
pav to the city treasurer on account of said taxes.
Provided thu cily clerk ahall not credit lliii said
collector with any abatement or forfeiture of
said tax, until a statement ol the snmu has been
examined anil allowed hy the council,
Section I. It shall he the duty of the city treas
urer, when the i.oiitilv collector shall from lime to
ttmu pay over to said treasurer any city tixes,
lev'ed above, toappurtlou nnd place thu same ns
lt, To Ihe special levuu fund lu the extent of
.'nil. To the general fund lo the extent nfajrt.niNi
It being nntleratood that the Item nl w. into, above
appruprlaied for Interest on new lioud I Included.
and levied above lnr sun annum I. ana a port ion
of the Sim sel apart to Ihe gonerul I'nnd in thll
Approved August llth, A. IV laKJ.
N. Il.TlllhTLKWOOl, Mayor
Attest:-- II .1. For v, Cily Clerk.
PiihllHhed In Daily ntu ltui.i.STitl August 1-lh
OKniNANCK NO. ill.
An ordinance granting penulaslnii lo bllll'l "
frame dwelling on Tots 4 and it bluck l'l. First
addition lo i lly of Cairo.
He It ordained by the city council of tbu cily or
Hectlonl. In pur it mice of a petlllon of H.l.
nml W.C. John, by M..1. Ilowley, ngeiil. l,,r,mJ"
slnti is hnreby graiilert nml It shall lis lawful for
them or hi in to erect two, mm alory Irnme ''J"""
lugs on lot two iitid throe block 111, First adilltlim
to city ol Cairo.' Said hull lings to bn oreiWed ac
cording to the plan and epocllbiitloti accompa
ujlng said petition and constiucleil in a manner
satlsfactorv to the commit lee on ftro rl .iiartinetii.
And that the coverltm of shIiI rnol bn of fire prool
rnateflal. Approved Angiisl llth A. l.lK'i.
N. It. THlHTI.fcWOOn, Mnytir,
Attest.-D J. Foi.RY, t'ltv Clerk. , .....
Publlshod In Daily Caiiv) Uvuctim August UlD
Chills and Fever.
Simmons Liver Hcku
i lator soon breaks the
rhllls and carries ths
fever out ol Ih system.
1 1 cures when all other
r the relief and cur
of this dlairesslutf dla-
vaao liar niiiimoiiB lot
- er Ht'iailator.
The Ketftilator will positively cure this li.rlhle
disease. We aeecrl emphatically w hat wo know lit
should not be recanted as a Itirtluc ailment . N a
tnre ilemaiids the ulmosl rvtularlly of the booela.
Therefore asa'at nature by taktni! Siiiimnna l.lver
Kcsulator. It ia harmless, mild and elleclnal.
tne or two tabli'spoonfula will rellevs all the
troubles incident to a bilious slate, such as Nausea
Dirsiuess. drowsiness, IMattvss alter callus, a bit
ter bad 1tli- ui Ihe month.
Persons may avoid all ailacks by occasionally
takitiR a dose of Simmons l.lver Kepitalut 1i keep
the l.vi r tu healthy action
Ceuera'.ly artsiiii! trim a dlaoriteieil stomach, can
be corrected bv taking Smimoiis Liver Keulator.
Simmons Hut Hernial r soon eradicates this dis
ease fnim the s, stein, leaxlni; the skiu clear aud
free from all impuiities.
I'hi'.ilreii aulTerlnt with colic soon experience re
lict when Simmons Liver Keulaiorls adiiiiiiiater
ea. Adults also derive crest heuelll from this
medicine. It la not unpTeaaant: it is harmless
and ellective. l'urvly vegetalilu.
Must of ihe diaeasesot the bladder originate from
those of thu kidneys. Keatore tho action of the
liver fully and both the kldueyi aud bladder will
l"iy"THke only the genuine, which always has on
the wrapper the red . trade mark aud signature ol
For sale by nil druggists.
3r.a . t IA J
fir- ij !' !M I ;V
If you sutTer from dyspepsia, nse
I'.CRIiOCK HLOOD BITTEHS.
If you are afflicted with biliousness, use
Bt'KDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If yon aro prostrated with sick lieatlaeke, take
MVPDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If your tiowels are disordered regulate them with
Bl'RDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If your blood Is Impure, purify It with "
lil RDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If ynu have Indigestion, you will find an antidote in
BURDOCK HLOOD BITTER9.
If yon are troubled with spring cotnpla.nts, eradi
cate them with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
It your liver Is torpid restore it lo healthy action
with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If ynnr liver la affected you w ill find a shure restor
ative lu BURDOCK HLOOD BITTERS
If you have any specie of humor or pimple, fall
not to take BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you have any slmptonis of ulcers or scrofulous
son s, a curative remedy will be found In
BURDOCK HLOOD BITTERS.
For imparting strength and vitality to the system,
nothing can emml BL'RDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Nervous and Oi.ijeral Debility, tone up the
system with BURDOCK HLOOD BITTERS
l'MI l $1 I'Elt 110TTI.K ; TlllAl BOTTLES, KkTS,
FOSTKR, JULBUKN & CO., I'rop'rs,
BUFFALO, N. Y.
For sale by PAULti. SCnUIJ. C4;
AO EST TOR Till SALE or
Uaxtlk stkam knoinE
Coil's Disc Engluc
and Marine Engines
FARM ENU1SKS, MACHINISTS'
OF ALL KIN US, BELTING,
Pulleys nml General Supplies.
No. 1111, North Third Street,
l'HII.ADELl'UI A PA.
TUB II ALL IDA Y.
A New and Complete Hotel, fronting on Luvuo
Second and Railroad Slreets,
Tb Passenger Depot of the Chicago, St. Louis
an' .lew Orleans: Illinois central; wanasn, hi,
Louis and l'arlllc; Iron Mountain and Southern,
Mobile and Ohio: Cairo and Mt. Loin Railways
aro all Just across tho slroet: while the Steamboat
Landing is nut one square instant,
This Hotel Is heated by steam, has steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Klovator, Klectrlc Cull Bulls,
Automatic Fire-Alarms. Ilnlhs, absolutely pnro air,
purled sewerage nud complete appointments.
Superb furuiahlugs perfect service; aud au nn
excelled table, .
U V. PAlllCKH Ac CO.,Lsuse
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Iiidepeiideiit in all
DELIVERED BY CARRIER, 25 CENTS PER WEEK.
$13.00 PER YEAR, 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT IF PAID
YEARLY IN ADVANCE. BY MAIL, $1.00 PER MONTH,
$10.00 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
The BULLETIN JOB OFFIC
COMPLETE IN ALL ITS
PRESSES, JOB PRESSES, CARD PRESSES, NEW
TVPE', JAPANESE AND OTHER BORDERS,
FOUR SETS OF DATE FIGURES.
NO-1 STOCK: Envelopes, Letter Paper, Note 4
Paper, Bill Heads, Check Books, Receipt
Books, &c, &c.
The ONLY Hound
chine in Southern Illinois.
rjpE yEEKLY gULLETIN.
8 PAGES .
Filled With Choice Beading
Matter and Local
TERMS BY MAIL:
Always in Advance or No Taper.
Neutral in N(J
Hole Perforating M
ITOK l'li I KS.
M COLUMNS. IX.
$2.00 PER YEAI