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THE OAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOKNIRU, NOVEMBER 10, l82.
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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If alum or any injurious sunManecjieuu bo found
in Andrews' Pearl Baking Powder. Is pos
tivc! PUKE. ltelmr endorsed, and testimonials
n'ci'iwlTriiui filch chemists aNS. liimn Hays, lios
ton: M. lii lafimiiiine, of Chicnirn; and GusUivut
Bode, Milwaukee. Never sold in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS &. CO.
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Lwirv Comal irt viirmnt'd Biil'.s
fnct'iry to itH wonror incvery voiy.
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tin.1 1'Pi'eou fvow whom it vow hii:i;lit,.
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not Inlnrivi ! the rvr. nntrnl 1 l.ne
the "in! i conifnritjile und lurf.xrt, flliir-n Oii-ei ever
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Formic by li'Uiltnc l.ttiol !inli" cry iilicrc.
CHIC.1GO COKSCT CO.. Chicago HI.
Is a prcpsitii!'iti of Protoxide of Iron, Peruvian
ISark ami the Phosphates. ofi ) n t el with tlio
Vegetable At-omittics. Endorsed hy (lie Medical
Profession, and recommended liy them for Ilya
ptn. tirnrrnl lrlilltT, I eninle Dla
rnura. Hunt or VltnlllT, eii.u Iro
(ralioii, ott :l..c-iic- from t'evera
nnil ( hrnnle lil!l nml l''r. II serve
every purpioo where u Tonic in necessary.
Manufactured by Tlicllr.llarlrr Medicine Co,, St. hmi
Tlie follnwiiiK la ono of the Terjr rcsay toKlmo
BialB wti ure roceiviiiK dully:
Ctnftmm.Somp three inonfhn ago I bcwil ths
use cflJit. IiAiiiEK's Iiion Toml', upon the ad.
Vice of iuiiiiy friends who knpw Hit virtues. I wal
uirerlua rrom pi ucral di lillliy to mich an exlut
tliat my laliur was c-xi-ff-iilnjjly liurdunsotne tome.
A vai .'illoii of aiiiotiihdld not k'v nil- much ro
lief, htil on the contrary, wa I'ollowtj hy ln
creased ros.r.itlon and btiiklu,!' chills. At this
time 1 btrfr'm lln? ui of youi Ikon Tonic, from
wldrh I realized almost Imiiu iltiite nnil wonderlul
results. The old ciierv returned and found that
my natural force was not Permanently abated. J
hiive lined tliree holt lei of the Tonic. Hlnce using
It 1 hi've done m io the labor that I ever did In tha
tame time during wv illness, and Willi double tha
ease. V nh the trari'inll nerve and vlporof body,
has toma alM a elarnes of tliouaht never be.fora
enjoyed. Ii the Ti inio has not done the work, I
kuovf not whut. 1 (rive It the credit.
Most gratefully yours,
J. V. WA'IbOV,
Troy, 0., Jan. 2, 1CT Imtu.t t hrlitiau Church.
SsU by Dr uf,?l3ts and Gtneti! Deslsrs Everywher
c!for the permanent cure ir
1-1 Vn nOir dtf.fui u so nrevalotit in this ootm'
lltry as Constipation, and no romed haa ever
v equalled ti eelcnraiea jijaneyori m i
,nir. Wttatnver Uio oauss, nowovoroDsuaawj
tao ease, vnis Tomeoy wiu ovuruuiuo n-.
eomplioated wilhoouatipaUon. Kidney-Wort
IBtrBOt UVIAJ w rwiaiwm...ii'. i I
cure all klada of Pilot even whea pbyulolaufll
43- firif youxiftveeiuioroi wiOTo trauui
i PROF. MARSTON'S'NEW WORK
tnj ftoiuttnt hitniflf with ttit mnf fiul
rtvi turrin in iumi) rvurun in vinoui
Utntti nr) f-ftukvi ot Krrvnwa slid Physl
cu I UebUltr, Mrxuttl l-iy S oihur
' iJiwrtifiri iruaucd hy ibiiuurtuutia or Ki
Inn pmiDfiit pbrnfMko who ttu tnH theft
df.d put Jhu mKDIi AL U KKKLY Iftrl.
hn tnin HI prodi by iu ptrutftl." Ld
til tb iirvvtit I'll lion H shauiivd a eop
wiii i icui nec on pt.uctuoD w id
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HARRIS REMEDY 00.,
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ity. iTumsturs :iiu.tios kni
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COUXCII. ClIAMflKU, (
Oaiko, III., Nuv. Uth, 1882. (
Presunt His liouor M-iyor Tbistlowooil
Hnd AUerim-'ii Ulako, Hinkle, Hughes,
McIIule, Swolxida nnd Wood fl.
AbHi'iitHiilliJay, Kinibrough, Tdtior
and IVttit 4-
MI. NUT EH.
Oa uiutiou of AldertuaD Wood, minutes
of lust ri'tfuliir anil intui veiling meetings,
were ajipruycd without reading.
KEPOKTS OK COMMITTEES.
Thueoiuuiitteu on streets Bubmitted tlio
following report on petition of E. W : Ualli
diy an i otliers fr iirmiasion to erect
We would respectfully recommend that
the pi ay era of the petitioner bu granted, con
ditional that when any excavations are
made id uny of the streets or corners of the
city, the same ahull ho restored to
their original condition, ana that all posts,
appliances, attachments, etc., be so located
as to occasion no material inconvenienco to
the public use, and under direction of
the street committee and that the ordinandi
committee be instructed to prepare au or
diance iu compliance therewith.
N. li. Thistlkwood.
Ii. F. Blake.
.Iksse II inkle.
Andei maa Wood moved to receive report
and that recommendation bo concurred in.
The committee ou claims reported back
thu following claims recommending pay.
Nath Williams, days ou side
walks at 1.$0 $113 75
C. F. Duncan, lOJ-g' days same 34 75
rsterWaldur, hauling i'i loads lum
ber at 21c 10 50
John FergUHon, hauling 2 loads
huiuo at oVjc 70
J. S. AlcOaliey, 3,817 feet sidewalk
lumber 51 10
Devore & JUinard, reconstructing
855 8' feet walk at 50c 177 75
C. 11. Woodward, 2 kes nails 1) 70
Jus. Davie, hauling and cleaning
Btroet3 4 75
Ja. Guuning, 2 days on streets.. 4 10
Jus. Morris, 1 day same 1 50
John Cain, C days labor with jail
gang 0 00
11. II. Baird, salary as street Bupt.. 75 00
Julius tvirbian, 8 loads dirt at 13th
street pump 1 00
John Feitti, pinciug rock arouud
pump 2 50
(Jim Company, 4 bbls. riie-clay at
2.00 8 00
C. B. Fair, repairing suctiou-pipo on
Hough tud Ready eugino 7 00
R. II. Cuuniugham, rent of council
chamber 10 00
M. Shelton, services as janitor 5 00
0:is Company, gas for council cham
1'. G. Schuh, stationery 3 15
Cairo Cily Coal Co., 1 ton coal for
Clerk's office 3 00
John Cain, dieting prisoners before
and al't'-r trial 78 08
White & Greer. 12 pr. colored blank
ets ut $1.75 21 00
John Poor, repairs on jail 20 72
Gas Company, gas consumed in jail 6 CO
C.iiro Bulletin, publishing proceed
ings printing blank?, etc $37 50
Gas Company, gas consumed in
street-lamps 271 87
Gas Company, repairing fixtures iu
police headquarters 5 10
Ham Brown, removing gabrbngo as
per contract 30 00
L. II. Myers, cash paid for burying
dead animals 1 75
3. Bradley, hauling two loads lime
etc 1 00
8t. Marys Infirmary, care of patients 37 80
Clem Young, d;iys disinfecting 1 10
P. Sweeney, hauling man to jail 25
). J. Foley, money paid on freight,
express and postage 2 10,
E. E. Elli", binding Bui I.Em 2 50
N. T. Geroiibl, repairs on drive well 7 25
I us. Kelrli k Co., sinking drivo well
at lflt.li and Commercial avenue
and repairing wells 00 28
A Auiount, hauling stovu Irora pest
lumje to police headquarters. . . 50
O is company, uas lor police head-
fpurier 3 85
F. Vinei nt, rent of asme. 12 50
Ed. Inee, repaying luck on came. . . 1 50
Win 15 GdUit, money paid as Ices
iu ruses 57 75
W. 13. Hi ndi icks, pe r rentage on
fines col levied 5 85
O. A.Osbom, .1. P. per centitgn on
tines collected 11 00
Cairn ( ity Coal Co, 2 tmis of coal for
police headquarters 0 00
LAUi'll ON NEW LEVEE WITH TEAMS AT f 3.00
Thos. Jordeu, lfl4 days 48 75
John Brvanr, 2u?4' 80 25
33. F. Thistlewo Ml, 11 33 00
Jake Bradley, 15 40 50
Juke Morris, 28 ?4 HG 25
Dan Franklin, 2'J 78 00
Lutn Sums, 231.,' 7i) 50
Jake Klein, 10'2'.... 31 50
Nornli Harris, 11 33 00
J as. MrDoniihl, 10'' 32 25
MikeTiltii'm, 10 30 00
Luuis 1'otiie, l'i 4 50
.V.. Simmons, lU 40 50
Wm. Porter, . .', 'id 25
Butco Bntusy, 0;1
Frank Swoboda, HU 19 50
S.G. Weaver, 5
Mis. Locketiiaii, O;1 . .
Dun Lorkenian, 5) . . ,
W. Tiitmias, 5
J. Mil eke long, 0
T. Hierninn, 5'i .,
W. A, Weaver. 8Jj...,
F. Gunrhir, 0,
John Kilucnu, 6!
J.T. Merrell, 2'4'
J.W, Cliism, 5a'
El Karl, 4
Mike Lynch, 5g.
O.O. Devenport, 4, 12 75
John Gunning, 2 8 25
W.II. Beard, 2 ; 8 25
J. B. Broils, 1 8 00
Dick Corbid, 1 60
John Williamson, 15 40 50
A. S. Lamer, 16 Jg 4il 50
Audorson Strader, 15) 45 75
Thos. SUiatton, 15, 45 75
Willi Mooro, 8 0 00
Jack Fry, 4 12 00
Thos. Porter, 13 89 00
Wm.aarrou,64,... 102 75
Thos. Itfeehau, 08f 280 50
Thos. Boylo, 11 83 00
Js. Meehan, 21 63 00
M. Harrington, 19 57 00
G. F. Ort, 20 00 00
Frank Randall, 21 65 25
Wm. Casey, 20f 01 50
Ed Jones, 23 69 00
Calvin William. 23 W 69 75
Henry Drake, 45.
. 70 50
.. 00 75
,. 64 50
.. 69 00
Joe Jackson, 30 J j
M. llourigan, . . . .
Peter Young, 22..,
Pat Fitzgerald, 57 .
Louis Ross, 21 g
Mrs. K-ndall, ll?r 35 25
George Wooden, 33 101 25
Andv Whitcump, 18 54 00
Pete Prown, 18 -. 54 00
Dick Taylor, 31 94 50
J.l). Morgan, 4 14 25
M. Galvin, 23 69 00
LABORERS ON NEW LEVEE AT $1.50
PER DAT. .
John Lally, 8 days 12 00
Mike Stautou, 8 13 12
Frank Drum, 21 86 75
Mike Driscol, 21 1-2 30 75
Mike llonlahan, 23k 34 87
Q30. Wooden, 23 34 50
Wm. Bracky, 23 35 25
Tine Hussian,23U 35 25
Dan. Foley, 24 30 00
.las. Renting, 23 J j
Mike Ilaurahan, 22'.
Wm. Garroo, 22)4'....
Thos. Brown, 23....
John Murphy, 19...
Matt. Walsh, 20'4 ...
Fred. Hills, 15
Miner Cason, 22 f j . . .
Geo. Die, 23
Thos. Jordeo, 21 . . .
Joe Jnckson, 21'j ...
Thos. Foley, 18
Pat. Collins, IhU. . ..
n.. 22 50
Fiank Swoboda, 15U 22 87
llnnrv Moselv. 1 1 50
Jake Bradley, 13' 20 25
Calvin Williams, 14 21 0t)
L. C. Carter, 13 19 50
E. B. Smith, 12 18 on
M. Galvin. 23 34 50
Henry Peiin, 2. '4' 3 25
Jhs. Harrington, 4 6 00
Win. Porter, 5 8 60
Fnink Randall. 5:K 8 00
Jas. Murnhy. 4K 6 75
Geo. Brown, 4 7 10
Newton Henry, 4 7 10
Ed. Jones, 8J4 5 60
J. L. Robertson, 3 5 00
Dick Taylor, SOW days at $2.50 51 25
Jas. Median. 20 days at $1.50 and
3 davs at $2.50 30 37
Thos. Meehan, 23 days at $2.50. . 58 75
U II. Haird. ir.. 12 30 00
Phil. J. Wicker, 13 days at $2.00. . . 20 00
Wm. Brackey, jr., 13 days at 75c. 10 30
.Th. lCintinL.'.'ir.. 23 davs at 75c 17 25
Chas. Theupp, 5 days plating cross
sections and calculutiou of day
narth work reouired on new
lov.,. nl 7 35 00
W. E. CundifT, 100 pound of ice. . . . 75
Jacob Klee, 0U0 pounds ice 5 18
Gus Swoboda, two empty Darreis. . . 1
Alderman Blake moved to receive report
aud allow claims as recommeded.
Morion carried by the billowing vote:
Ayes-Blake, Hinkle, Hughes, McIIale,
Swoboda and Wood 0
Oirlinniiei. romtmttee renorted back
without recommendation, an ordinance t(
provide for the regulating of railroads
within the limits of thu city of Cairo
Alderman McIIale moved to receive
receive report of committee.
Ordinance read the second time.
Alderman McIIale moved to adopt ordi
uance lis read.
Motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes-Blake, Hinkle, Hughes, McIIale
Swoboda and Wood ft.
Finance committee reported back retl
tioti of II. Walker, referred to them at lust
meeting, tecommeudiug that prayers of
petitioner be grunted and that the amount
of license be fixed ut $25.00 per annum
Alderman McIIale moved to teccive
rcp.ut and that recommendation be
Alderman Wood called for the aveR and
nays "ii receiving and concurring in the
Alderman McIIaln moved to lay tb re
port on the tuble. Motion carried.
The mayor informed the council of hav
ing received a letter from tlio Cleveland
rubber company informing him that they
would ship the hose to this city the follow
The clerk read the petition of G. W.
Mriveaig asking permission to erect 0
kitchen on lots 21 imd 22, in block 22 of
Alderman McIIale moved that the prayer
of petitioner Im granted, and that the ordi
nance committee be instructed to draft tin
ordinance granting fie permission aked
for. Motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes-Blake, Hinkle, Hughes, McIIale,
Swoboda ami Wood 0.
Naj s None.
RESOLUTION AND MOTIONS.
Alderman Wood moved that the corpo
ration counsel bu instructed to draft an
ordinance establishing the grade of Leveo
street in accordance with thu plans of En
gineer Henly and Thrupp.
The motion carried,
State and city liquor bondi of tlio fol
lowing named persons were read for ap
proval: V. Mock lor, I). Fitzjerald, A.
Susankee, H. Stcagala, Georgo Robinson,
G. Luttnerand Parazzo & Zanoue.
On motion of Alderman McIIale
Alderman Patier appeared in his seat.
Alderman Wood moved that a recess be
taken until the report of the commission
ers of improvement of Eighth streot was
ready for presentation to the council.
The motion carried.
At the expiration of dfteon miuuteg the
council was called to order.
Tho commissioner appointed to estimate
tho cost of tho improvement of Eighth
street as stated in ordinance No. 100, sub
Alderman Wood moved that the report
bo received and referred to the committee
on streets, with instructions to report at
On motion of Alderman Hughes a re
cces was taken to give the committee on
streets time to act on the report of the
The committee on streets being ready to
rep.Tt, the council was again called to or
The committee on streets submitted tho
Your street committee would recom
mend that the within report (of
the commissioners) bo approved and
that tho corporation counsel be
instructed to iilo a petition in the county
court assessing the co.nt of said improve
ment in manner provided by law.
Alderman McIIale moved to receive re
port of street committee aud that report of
commissioners be approved. Motion car
ried. Alderman Blake moved that corporation
counsel he instructed to tile necessary
papers in county court. Motion carried.
Alderman McIIale moved that Iho
stit-et committee be instructed to have all
the sewer outlets examined and placed iu
yoo 1 iirder iniinodi itely. M'ltinrj carried
by llfr- following Vote.
Aye.rs -BUke, Hinkle, II Jgh-ts, McIIale.
l'a'ier, Swoboda, wid W od 7.
Alderman Blake moved that the clerk
be instructed to advertise for proposals for
excavating, filling, delivering grivel and
grading Eight street. Motion carried.
On motion of Alderman Hughes meeting
adjournal. D.J. Foley, City Clerk.
If any invalid or sick person hss the
least doubt of the powt;r And efficacy of Hop
B, tiers to euro tiiem, they cau find cases ex
actly like their own, in their own neigh
borhood, with proof positive that they can
be eiibily and permanently cured at a tri
lling cost or ak your druggists or phy
sician. Greenwich, Feb. 11, 1880.
Hop Bitters Co. Silts I was given up by
the doctors to die of scrolula consumption.
Two bottles of your Bitters cured me.
They Sparer Hia Life,
Many years ago, when Denver didn't
have any opera-house, and the Rocky
Mountain country wa.i tv.rni iuoxjnitn
of tlio world, there wandered out to the
region of Port Benton a man named
Exbcndle, who nimle iiiioelt unpopular
hmotig tho ShoshoiiCH by killing some
of their iihK prominent, men whenever
he could catch them away from home.
As a result of thUeouiso of procedure,
Mr. Exbeiulle had a large private ceme
tery, and hostilities were declared by the
Mr. Exbeadle was a speculator, and
one day fori line threw in his way a lot
of fireworks that didn't meet with a
ready sale and ho purchased them,
more for his own amusement than any
thing else. These ho put to one sido,
and didn't think of them again until
one day there was a council of war in
the Siohoiie tribe, at which it was re
solved to cstmgiii-di the light of Mr. Ex
beadle and send him iutons tho myster
They notified him that the intention
was to make him climb thu golden stair
in Hbout lifteen minutes, Western time.
It looked pretty dubious for a moment,
and he didn't know exactly what to do,
not having time to consult counsel.
It was a dark night in nutumu, and
Mr. Exbeadle felt that the morrow
would ho of very little, interest to him.
Like tin inspiration, however, came
the ivcuiit.vtinti (if his fireworks. He
fixe and said:
"Gentlemen of the forest, you appar
ently have tho bulge on 1110, and I admit
you nro latge'y iu the majority, but you
do not Ltiuw me, J run :i tin ilieiiie man
from Michigan, mid I e;iu ninkn ii
mighty inteivMing for ou, if you carry
this thing too fur.' I jut say this for
your own good, and more iu sorrow
than in anger. If you take out my vit.
nls and feed them to the viiiiures.'l will
linger near you in tho spirit, and I will
annoy you pretty plenty. lam aware
Unit I hrtvo planted sninn of your
loading men in the cold, cold r.roiind; but
that isn't 11 marker to what I will per
form when I get out of the ll-sli, where
I won't be delayed by th" inclemency ot
"1 will now proceed to show you a
few little umnlctir efforts o mine a a
medicine man from away back."
Mr. Exbeadle then let 'off a new style
of sea serpent from a sdinl.l elevation. -
It was the biggest thing in 1 lie lino of
pyrotechnics that was cut tniiiml loose
west of the Missouri. It shot out into
the dark 11 bout, nine feet like a enr-loud
of delirium tivmcn, imd squirmed
through the inky bosom of night, liko (in
uneasy demon walking in hi sleep.--Tho
gathered warriors of Iho tribe took
one liorrilied look al the hiding emis
snry of hell, and lit out. They left, nil
their bagg.'o tluit didti'l happen to be
tied to them; and there lia.u'l been a
Shoshone Indian imi thieve muck.
Mr. Exbeadhi pieki'd out the best po
nies belonging to thu tiilie, loaded up
the rest of lirevvorks, mid went homo.
llr lived many years iil'ler, mid became
one of the in ok l trusted Indian peace
-commissioners known In Western his
tory. .nriiiM Uoonifranq
The Baby'a Lout; Name.
The time is past for tho old Puritan
stylo of Christian names liko "Zeul-of-the-Lord
Jones," but it seems that an
Irishman will not object to the cumber
some fashion, if he has an object in
view other than a religious one. '
In the city of Porihuul, Me., one of
the leading unction aud commission
houses employs a porter who rejoices in
the name of Tim. Tim had boen no
ticed for some time to bo rather indif
furent to his duties, and on being ques
tioned as to the occasion of his nerli
goncc, replied, "
"To toll the (ruth, sir, I've had a lit
tle boy born till me, and I want to name
him after both o1 yeos, but 1 don't in
tirely get tho sinse of tho names."
Tho dilemma in w hich the porter was
placed was apparent, and the members
of tho firm endeavored to doviso a suit
able cognomen for tho kidling. Tim
continued dissatisfied, however, not
withstanding the most ingenious spli
cings of titles. At length, one morning,
ho was observed to lie unusually active,
in explanation of which phenomuuon
ho told his employers,
"Mo boy was christened last night,
"But," said the senior, "you niut
have had 11 name for him."
"I did, sir."
"How did you get over that difficulty
you had about it; w hat did you call
With a perfect, radiant, confidence.
Tim answered. "Edward-M.-Patteu-tK:.
Co. Ryan, sir!"
It is needless to add that the firm
"came down" in In-half of their little
A Cleveland inventor has sent to the
life-savins service at Washington plans
and a print"d description of a 'vacu
um gnu," to bo used for throwing a
small iron boat, containing a man, with
lines and other apparatus over the
suif in ord-r to rcadi any vcs.-cl that
may be in distrc-.-oil' the cou-t. Tho
plan is a not el oi,c, !,u' th ri at con
fidence iu its Miee .s is cpris-.'d by ex
perts who are ut pi (cut here.
The Dhlkkakii is a burd 11 tohiiiwdl as
well ns In- It ieti U; Lir, since lLt'-xicaH'-n
becomes a (Iim-ss-.-, it requires a ii.tii..d;, of
110 unusual nct vity. 'I hose win h;ive
taken Simmons Liv r Rujulai'ir declare
that it i-e s the liver in action und in
vigorates the system in such a way us to
destroy the craving for strong drinks. The
shaky, nervous and di-tre-s l should re
store to the Regulator as a ionic to urou-o
the torpid liver to action, to regulate the
bowels and remove the teeling of gHiu-ral
depression and with it the craving,
Use Hunter's Sifter. lLim. r Sift, r Co.
Kitchen Speciaiti :s C in innati A' N. Y.
Circulars free. (1
A pure cure for imnov-rilicd blmnl. liim-
pies, and sallow cniphxn n, is Brown's
Iron Bitter-. It w;!l produce a healthy
color, smooth skin, arid is absolutely not
!"-r"No woman n-ulh practices economy
unlets the tisi.-n the Diamond Dyes. Many
dollars cau be saved every year. Ahk the
See a woman in another column, near
Specr's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which SoeiT s Port Grape wine is mad"-,
that is so highly c-teemed by the tiie!ienl
profession, for the use of invilids' weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by Druggists.
I)r. S. B. Britten says: "As a rule phy
sicians do not, by their professional meth
ods build up the feinile constitutii n,
while they seldom cure the diseases to
which it is til ways liable in our variable
climate and under our imperfect civiliza
tion. Special reim-dic-i are often required
to restore, organic harnu-ny and strengthen
the enfeebled powers of womanhood; and
for most of thesi we are indebted to per
sons outside of the medical profession.
Among the very best of these remedies I
astign a prominent pi tee to Mrs. Ljdia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound."
Ph. Kline's Great Nerve Restoreb is
the marvel of the age for a'l nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Send to 931 Arch
street, Philadelniii. Pa.
otice to ton ''!ie tons.
Citv f l-rk-j- Offlc ', fai n. Nov. 1Mb, I-'i
To Conthitoi:s- Si'BK-'l vrnpoal will hero
reived al my oftiro up to ami Ine udinij Friday, the
21 b, Inst., for Kradnifr, fllilni.' and iiravolli n
K ejtitlj street from thocu-te ly sole of Washlnu
Inn avonim to Hih weter'v sole of leffitrson iiVenn -.
The irtavel will be I'tiriUsht-d on tho tra' k of tne
M. & (. It If . and the en r Hi for Hie fllltui; will tie
furnished hy tho cily at n r.etiveiiler! point outside
thu levee, Bids Will bo received for I h-entire
work nr si'iiaoit ly for tho llltlrit; and delivering of
ihe gravel Kactt hid must ho accompanied hy a
gooil iinri Mufllf b ur lioi.d I'nrtho faithful perform.,
ante of the work wlitaln thirty days It on tliu award
Itik! of the contract. The city r-serv. s ibu rlyllt to
reject any nml a.l hlds. For fur'li tr Itrortnat on
a)i lv to tbi majoi or mvse'f, Ilv or li r of ' liy
Council. D. J, FOLEY, city Clurk
Old fai-hlormhlo rmmlii's fire r(iptd',v glvluii
Krminri before the rulvatirn of I Ida c.onii tierl 11 sr spy
cltlc, Rti'l old faslilutioil lil'-ns In rt'unnl In rlcplu
Hon as n means o euro, luivu benti iiito exploded
hy thu earnest of the ureal rciiovant, which Innos
thu svsti.-nii tranqiilllnes tha uum. liuil'follitim
nialirla, depurates and curlt lie- ihe Mood, rouses
tho liver whnu dura uaiit, ami promotes a rrRiilar
habit of body.
Fur.slu by all Dructflats and Dealers generally.
Chills and Fever,
rdmmona I. Ivor Kegn
later mioii breaks tha
chills and carries tha
fever out itl the. eystuiu.
I) cures when all other
F r Ihe reltef t.rjd cure
of this distressing dls
cut use Simmons Liv
Tho KcK'ilator will positively cure this U.rlble
disease. We itm-cri. emphatically 'vliat wa know to
etinuld uot lie reuarilcd as a IrillinK ailment. Na
ture deiuunils the utmost regularity of the boels.
Therefoie ass!st nature by taklnu (Simmons I.lver
Ki'KUlator. It is harmless, mild utid etlcctual.
One or two inhlespooiif-ils will rtlieva all thu
troubles Incident to a hilioiis state, such as Nausea
DizxInesB, Drow-lness, Distress nltui eatiutf, a bit
ter bad la-io in the. uiuuih.
Persons mil) avoid all attacks hy i.crasio.ially
lakimr a dose of Simmons Liver lU ul.itor to iceti
the liver In healthy action.
tienerally arising trim a disordered stotnacb, ran
be corrected bv laUinij simtnoi.a Liver Ileuulator.
l-lmmoiis Liver Iteyulat r soon eradicates this dls.
ease from the a, stem, leaving tU sklu clear aud
Ireu from all iui purities.
co i, re.
Children stiQ'orlrt! with colic oi,i; . Mier!enco re
lief whec hiii.mons I.hi r lieuu.uinr is administer
ed. Adults also derive erea! In :n ill from this
medicine. It is hot unpleasant; it it harmless
and eifectlvtf . Purely vi.'k'i labia
HLADD K H K 1 1)N EYS
Most of ihe dlscaseol th? bladder originate from
thoae of ibe k'.uuyi-. itestore the sctiou of the
liver fully aud both the kiduej n and blacder will
t trVTake only th,- uenutne, which always has .on
the wrapper the red 7. tiadc mark and sincature of
Forsalu by all rlracirlsts.
-Mariu'actuter ani De'er in
it b X'r-el, livtwern OOl'l Ave. Slid LcVeC.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY,
ALL KlXusJ OF A MUNITION".
Safe i'.v.Mired. Ad Ktird ol K y Made.
TIIUT.i I i Ti.l f ir Sol 'lers. Widow, Par-
1 rjAolUxNO-"'' bui Ch.l.iuu. Any
A. iin i -lx" .,-.,!. woa.d or Injury
ent'tlci. Jlilllut.s appropriated. Worklcj lorra
doulied. tones ins.de l.apy. Prompt work,
A t Ply now IV.e Deserters nr. :1t ed to all
dues and dl-ch res uu ,er new laws, (-rest suc
cess in lucr- a-e can-. Itountv are', back pay pro
cured, 'l ho " A orld '.nd Soidb r." iwee , paper).
Saini icciipvlrea Send stairp I .r fall ins rontons
blauk and bounty tab'e.lj t'Ph'VTC
f. r Invent rs A-'drt-ssI A 1 I1 lij
N. V. KI ! ZiifcK U.i) I O., I'ens on. Paiett
I.and A'.t ys. a-h nuion, U. C, ll-5-d- i-sr-lm
la I H A iLIVL'8 GREAT
non.hii ! ni.t.pM.tc I S t I Mill Ktfuki
rm 'A. t"tt$aftrr rttt-tu' w. Ir'itiwjl
I' trial Untie frrw to Kit ( (u,li. v firinj ir ru
'hrni on ls,, -!. r-ritrJ. rhlnnne,POnd
"ir-M avldr-i of atflirtrj to I'M KLIN I, I'll Arcfc
ITnitf tl States Mutual Accident
Asocunov, 4011 hlt'i.VHWAY.N.Y.
I Y IT V i! i.iki A, ci(. t,t Insurance.
I i' ''I H J' O sj. Ween r Indemnity.
W I 1 V I' M nib r-hlp f--e, $4. An
.A 1 1 . Y I . . ' 1 i kimilM Writs
i 'f'l V V I'Q for circular aid appliea
iVlyVll I Y O Hon blank European per
C. It. I'KKfod Hirers IVe! .V, Co ), I'res'nt.
.1 K I'l l'.; II it it. -. creinrr.
Send for a pi, tnre of Mhs. I.sm.thy: nulled free.
PRXN'SYLVAN'IA Military ACADEMY
1HH.-.TI1R. '.'1st ycir opens S-ptetnher IVb
''New K'.ilidnius. ' Superior a'commodntloni.
Appolntiuelits empiric. I' Ii irl I - li . ('ol)'.illate,
l.'hnmii.al, Civil Khi-iin'-rlPi! ro'ires. Iiereos
t'onterri-l. Apply t' w I' II illldav. Ks I , patron
Cnlrn, LI , or to CO.'.. TUHO. HYATT. West.
POUT GIIAPE WINE
Spkeu's Poht Graph Vlve !
four years old.
'riliai'KI.EI'.KATi;iNAriVliVISI5 Is mads
trotn tliu Jul 't-of t!t i Opoito Oispe, rnlsed In
this coliiil y. lis Invaluable, tohlr nml r ireiik'tli
oiii nit property's ure uiiHiirpassi-d hv any other
Niil vi' W lue, II Inn ih'.' pare Juice of t' e (iuipe,
prodnci d uiidr Mr. Spcer ' own personal supervl
sum, lis purity und uctnem ness, are E'liiralitncd.
Tin voiinest child tiinv jisrtiik'i of Its p-neruiii
qualities, ami the wiiiiku-l Invalid use It in advan
tail" It Is particularly hi'iii'lUlal to,lioned and
debilitated, ami suit -d id the arinns ailment" that,
street Urn weaker sex. It Islneoiry respect A
WINE TO IIK 11ICI I K 1 ON.
Sjippr's V, ,1. Sherry.
Ti.e p. ,1. siHKHU i' Isa who of Super'nr I'lmr
acter ,iml art ikeof tlm rich iiaal lies of die grape
Irnm h ch ll Ih iiiiide For I'urliy. Illchnoss, Fla
vit nml Mv'dUliiiil Properties, It will ho Ion nd uu
Spocr's J. ,T, Hnuidy.
This IlllAN l V riamls mirlv.i'ed In this Country
linlinrliir superior fur itiedlclnal piniioses. It Is
pilredlstlllailon Im i the untie, i nd riiieains vnl.
iialilo medicinal propi'ri Ins, tl has a tlulleatu fla
vor, sliu Inrto linn of Hm irapes, from which It I
fllstll ed, and is Itl creat, fav ir ninoiu lti't-class
families. See tlnil tlio sikimIiim of At FltKt)
HI'MKK, I'li-sale, N , it,, Is over thu Cork of each
Hold Uy PAUL SOH nil,
AND UY DIIUO JUTS IiVHHYWUrUllC.