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If alum or any iuj.irl.ms kuUuuici ciui lo flmnd
in Andrews' roan uiut ius ruu. - ,
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n.dwd frmn siteli chentiiu Dunn Uays, boa-
tun; II. Delafoutalne, of Cliieuxo; mid UUMAVitt
Bode. Milwatikty. ivnrnui ui kuik.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO
CHICAGO, i a MILWAUKEE,
fi Mi.unA.-' k W.wAitn K. Winer
Onrsnt In warranted BlltiS-
factory to Its wearer tuvry wy,
or the money will be refunded by
the person from whom it was bouwlit.
TheonlVOnrart prniumntxvl by onr Ifwllny rliyslctiuw
Mt Injurious to th wmrt-r, and Mirinrml by built aa
tl 'nuil comfortable and pirfuot nttlm Curscl ivur
pninra v Mall. Pnte I'oldi
Health Prwrvln 1.50. Rrir-Adjualln;. t.50
AMomlaal (eitra heavy) . Nando-. 1.60
Health Prwrvlm (one eoutlll .0O. Farusua
firule ay Iradlnat Ki-tutl Uralrra everywhere.
CHICAGO COKSET t. t'lilcufc-0, HI.
HAS BEEN PROVED
ti.. iiacer midb fne
fjoau that you ere a victim THEN SO NOT,
IS rtatareoomniendlt)aiidltwillpoedUy oyer-l
r L nril...K!Sttffl
lead weakneaaee, Sidney-Wort ia nnaiuraaeed.
aa it will act prompu j ana muiuy.
I ,ri.l..-n. lnnAnHnnM.MtnLlnfl OlUrinS.
l,eu epeeaiiy yic w .i umu.v vf..
aoiJ) BY ILL PBoaois-iu. mm a i.
I have preicrlbcd Kidnoy-Wort with vkiiy okbt
icockkk in aacore or inoro obstlnHtu chkch of Kill
ey and Liver Trouble, alio for feraule wek
aruct. Fbllip C. lialiou, M. I)., Mouklon, Vt.
"My wife hu been much BiNimiu from the uie
of Kidney-Wort. Hbo hail kirtn'iy and otber com
plaints," wrllut to Kev, A. B. Colvtuan, Favclte
yille.Tenn. IS A SURE CURE
tor ill diaeaae of the Kidneys and
v . uHm nn thia moat lmmrtani
- t a tii raw off toroiditv and
yM, atimulatinff tie hoalthT aocreUon of
tlui Bile, asa ry Ktpui ma "
. KaAlAulA If you iruirorlng from
;I1QlC.ril xnAUrlA, hAV the cldl
. ... a . -t-.nA VA ntr.
ay WUa lUiWI a wa-w tr
lathe Bprlnf to oloanmu ihe Bynuro, every
. V & thnrnnffhuouireof it.
a it M1&nrf miirklV OUT6.
a, SQLPBYDSUCCiaTS. Prlcajl.
'I am a living advocate of the virtue or Kidney
Wort, I tutturi'd untold auony from 1 tv;r disor
der. It cubed 5i " Jno. b. Nevlui', Sprlnijlleld,
! THE PERMANENT CURE IF
mr- - .. - -1. mint In thia eoun-
. mnA vtA Mmjwlv haa avar
17.. .i.vt4 Kiiliurr.Wort aa a
sal. WbWrar the oauae, howerer obattsate
Km nan thia vemaay win vToruvuavA.
fe m Trrrn UitrMatna' com
Wl Ltn. I w an to be
.v. u.liioliuid aulaklV
sens all klnda of Pilaaareii when pnyaimana
Biadlaiual nave lieiora iaura
tm yon have oither of thaae tronblee
HUaMCI.I.IUSE I DruBBlata elll
"Conftlpillon, In all lt forma, yixlda to Rldticy.
Wort. Id toma.f diream-a II It vrnv in iuhki'l "
Dr. Philip C Ballon, Monktn,Vt. Apr. a (-Hi.
HE GREAT CURE
AM It la tot all the painful diaoaaaa of the
KIDNIYt.LIVER AND BOWtLS
Ium) aauaaa the dreadful aufferinff whloh
It - tha aratara of thw anrld colaon
oav the Tiettma or ttneumauam can reailae.
THOUSANDS Of CASES
U aha Ama nt tlila tonihla rilnuo
Saf beea qoiokly rallerod, and In atiort Um
M " PERFECTLY CURED.
iblnact, $t. uqriDoa uur, ttuui nt uuruutm.
l aa. Drv ou m arnt bt mall.
WljIj.atiO"aiUJBUJi ruo.. Duriinrran vi
'l eooldflnd no remedy for wy kldnuy complaint
aad rheumttlnn." wrle ilr. A. M. Hrr. of Tern
lc a Mill. Florida, "nnlll I wae cuaau by Kidney
Wort " Ripoauns Incident to lumberlnK, canted
Mr. Bonr'i dlaordvra.
Mate A MoMrot CU.,Chlcgo.
Will m4 nal ty M Hi
f Ibt. W M4. 'IU "r..ii.fi
uf lartM'MfU. halu, (M UrIU,
ataa aiaiiru. vipLawi,
Jm. Dram aWltrH hulK ai.4
lUu. Haul Ouiliu, luilrl
inaail,fatianwn iaVB.wo aua
i aihuv Haaa aa a i.aiaai
, mm i
M I I jlT AMBOUNDTORISC
' T 'IFTti t $ fp
m i ' 1 W9 IT1 IT
THE GREAT GERMAN
Iti'llurea and cure
Neuralgia, : !'
HiiDK BE, TOOTHACHE,
SORE THROAT, .
QUINHY, BWKI4JN0S, ,
Soreaeis, Cute, Brttiiea,
And all otbi-r bodily acbee
FIFTY CEHTS k BOTTLf.
Kold by all Jlninlita and
)cnlerM. Inrectloua In 11
The Charles A. Vogelir Co.
(tiMMMK U A. V00I Ul a CO.)
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
Council Cuambek, I
! Caiko, III., April 3d, 1893. (
i Hegalnr Meeting.
PitSL'ut His ELoDor Mayor Thistlewood
niul Aldcruiea Blake, Hitlliday, Hinkle,
McIIale, Swobodtt and Wood o.
Absent AMeroii'ii Hughes, Kimbrough,
Patierand Pfltit 4.
MINUTKB. . - ;
On motion of Alderman Wood minutes
of" last regular meeting wero approved
An ordinauce transforrlDjr lot 10, block
14, City df Cairo, and lot 10, block 1 4, rail
road addition to tbe First Ward of the City
of Cairo, was read the second time. (
Alderman llalliday moved to adopt ordi
nance as read. .
Motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes Blako, Ualliday, Hinkle McIIale,
Swnl iod a and Wood 8. '
REDOUTS (F OFFICERS.
Report of D. J. Foley, city comptroller,
for month of February, 1883, ahowinar the
expenditures and balances ia the several
appropriation funds up to March 31, 1888:
lliiurd of Ih'Hlth..
SU1W 01 ,
71 M 50
8 ' 0 00
' HO 00
76A3S 8HI5W90 4S 11WH 85
On motion of Alderman llalllday report
received and ordered printed with proceed
(Alderman Pettit appeared ia his seat.)
I). J. Foley, city comptroller, to whom
was referred report of Thoa. J. Kerth, City
treasurer, for month of February, reported
huving found sumo correct.
On motion of Alderman Blake received
Tlios. J. Kerth, city treasurer,' submitted
report for month of March, 1883, showing
amount of money remaining in the treasury
and amount received and paid out during
On motion ofAldoruian Ualliday re
ferred to city comptroller.
John Cain, city jailor, submitted report
for month of March, showing number of
prisoners received and discharged and
number of days having Berved by same.
Ou motion of Alderman Swoboda received
Report of O. A. Osboru J. P., for months
of January, February and March; also
J. II. Robinson J. P. to: mouths of Febru
ary and Mtreh were submitted.
Alilermnn Wood moved to receive and
tile reports. :
HF.POKT1 OK COMMITTERS.
The committee on streets ' submitted the
Caiuo, lu,t April 3d, 188U.
To the lion. Mayor and City Council: ,
Ukntlk.mun : Your street committee
would respretfully report as follows: . ;
W recouimimd that tho resolution con
cerning the building of aa embankment by
the ,rt. L. and 1'. railway company and
t ie Si. li. and C. railway company, be re
tVricil to the joint cuinmitte composed of
the op I in unco and finance committees.
We aiso recommend tho construction of a
foot Hi'wt-r through Ohio levee at 88th
street, the enlargiuent of the sewer at 10th
street to not less than three lect in diame
ter ami the reconstruction of the newer at
i'HIl street. ( ., , (
We also recommend . that Wsihington
avenue bu filled f1y special asiuasment)
from 18th to 34th, streets,, to the ; grade ol
VVaflhiiig'on avenue at 18th stroct. fi ,. ,
We also recommend that tbs i sidewalk
on smith side of 8th streot, Ietwoea",,Com'-
niercinl aveuuu and Levees trout be construe
ted by days work, in accordance with the
Kuncral ordinances at onco. .
N. B. Thistle wood.
, Jbisb Oixxlk. .
During reading of report Alderman
Taticr appeared tn his soat. '
Alderman Halliday moved to receive re
port. ' ; ' :,'
Alderman Blake moved that the . prt, of
tbe report relating to omstructtoaoi walk
on south side of Eighth , street, between
Commercial avenue and Levee street, be
adopted aud that the street committee be
CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL V1,
authorized td construct same as provided by
Motion carried by tbe following vote:
'.' Ayes Blako, llalliday, Hinkle, McIIale,
Patier, Pettit, Swoboda and Wood-8
, Nays-Nona; . . v. ' C; l.l i.
Alderman McIIale moved to adopt that
portion of report relating to sewer ou 10th
street and Ohio levee.""
Motion carried by the following vote :
j Ayes Blake, llalliday, Hinkle, McIIale,
Patier, Pettit, 9 woboda aud Wood 8.
Nays None. . , o
Alderman Halliday moved that the re
commendations be concurred in and that
sewer on 24th street be repaired and that
sewer at 38th street be constructed of 20-
ilica pipe. '
Motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes Blake, llalliday, Hinkle, McIIale,
Patier, Pettit, Swoboda and Wood 8.
Nays None. .
Alderman Mcliale moved (hat the re
maining portion of the report be adopted.
Alderman Wood moved to , amend by
temporarily postponing that portion of the
report relating to Washington avenue above
! Motion carried.
j (Alderman Swoboda asked . and was
granted permission to retire from the meet
ing.) j Alderman Wood moved to amend report
by recommitting that portion of report re
lating to W. 8t. L, and P. R. R. Co.
Motion lost by the following vote:
Ayes Halliday, Patier and Wood 3.
Nayes-'Blakc, Hinkle, McIIale, Fettit-
j Alderman Patier moved to amend report
by laying so much ot teport as refers to
W.St. L.&P.R.R. Co. on table,
j Motion carried by the following vote :
! AyesBlake, Halliday, Patier aud Wood
Nays-IIinkle, McHale and Pettit 3.
Finance committee reported having re
ceived from Thos. J. Korth, city treasurer,
five hundred ($500) dollars in cancelled
coupons from ' new installment bonds and
seventeen end 20-100 ($17.30) dollars in
cancelled city orders, all of which we have
destroyed by burning ssmc.
: On motion of Alderman Wood report re
ceived snd filed.
J Clerk read petition of Merchants' Protec
rive association, asking that such class of
persons known as hucksters bo required to
pay a reasonable license.
Alderman McHale moved that tho ordi
nance committee be instructed to report an
ordinance granting prayer of petitioners.
! Motion carried.
1 Alderman Blake presented petition of
Arab Fire Co.j asking that they be supplied
Vrith 500 feet of twoinch hose.
! On motion of Alderman Blake referred
to committee on police, jail and fire depait
ment with instructions to report at uext
; Alderman Wood moved that the proper
officers of the city notify the coporation
counsel to notify the Cleveland Rubber Co.
that he, will bring suit unless they comply
with their contract.
1 Motion carried.
Alderman Pettit presented petition of
citizens of Fifib Ward, asking that such
steps be taken to make crossing at 28 1 h
and Ohio Levee streets passable to river.
Alderman Ualliday moved that the peti
tion be referred to committee on streets
with instructions to confer with I. C. R. R.
Co. relating to matter contained in peti
Alderman Blake presented petition of C.
W. Wheeler, asking permission to build
frame bulling on lots 15 and 10, block 28,
city; also petition of L. Herbert for same
permission on lots 1 and 2, block 37, city.
; 0u motion ot Alderman Wood referred
to committee on police, jail and fire depart
ment. ' ' ' ; '
Clerk read petition of lumber merchants,
asking that they be relieved from payment
of license," assigning reasons for same.
! On motion of Alderman Patier referred
to committee nn fiuance, .
CUt MX ASID ACCOC!tT.
Salary bill of city officers for the
mouth of March 1888 was read as fol
N.B.Thistlewood, mayor $83 83
D. J. Foley, city clerk 73 00
Thbs.' J. Kerth, treasurer. 50 00
L. JI. Myeramarshal 75 00
Wni.B. Gilbert, corporation counsel. 91 67
W. E. Hendricks, eity attorney.... 20 63
A. Comings, police magistrate 25 00
John P. llogan, police constable. . . . GO 00
Henry Uunker, " " .... U0 00
Warron Wiuu, " "
John Tylor, " "
H. P. Martin,
Anthony McTigue, " "
! Alderman Patier moved to allow
bill as read.
i Motion carried by the following vote:
J Ayes-Blake, Halliday, Uiukle, McHale,
Patier, Pettit and Wood -7.
j Nays None.
, .! MISCELLANEOUS CLAIMS.
Nath. Williams, 28 days labor ou
sidewalks at $1.50 M
Chas. Duncan, 25 same 33 33
Ire Ritchoy, 23j same 33 y5
Peter Walder, hauling 28 loads at 23 7 00
John Ferguson, hauling 20 loads at
35.'....;. 7 00
Wm. Garon, hauling 8 loads at 85. . 1 05
J. 8. McGaney, 6894 teet lumber at
$17.00 per M.... 1US 60
M, P. Culladlne, 8 . kegs nails at
$3.75........... 11 25
N.' A. Dtvore,4 days at $3.00 assess-
; ing benefits for street improve-
' Burnt.., 19 00
D. J. Galligan, 4 days same 12 00
M. EtiBterday, 5 days same 15 00
K. 11. JJaira, salary as street supt. . . 75 00
Win. Smith, 131$ days ou streets. . . 20 J5
Pat Magnor, i same 9 78
Chas. Strainer, i same 7 10
Win. Brackey, same . . . 21 85
Jas. Keating, 19)4 lltmtt 28-85
Henry Guinn, 9 same, 18 50
Nelson Perry, 10 same . , 15 00
0. II. Brown, 11 Bame on 8th St.. . 16 50
Mike Driscoll, 18 same.. .19 CO
Tim Hussion, 9 same 18 60
Frank Dium, 10 same 15 00
Dan Foley, 16J, same 25 10
Mike Houlahan, 8 same 13 10
Qoo. Atcher, i4 same 6 75
L. W. Heath, llj same 16 85
P. Lano, 5 same 8 25
Barney Smith, 4 lame 6 75
Mat. Walsh, 9 same 14 25
It, U. Baird, Jr., 10 days at $3.50. . . 20 25
Tom Meehan, 7 days at $3.00. . . . 23 50
James Meehan, 1 days at $3.00. . 22 50
Wra. Garron, 7 days at $3.00. ...... 21 00
Jas. Swanks, 3 days at $3.00 9 00
Mike Stanton, 6 days on Ohio levee. . 9 00
Mike Hanrahan, 8J, same 5 25
Pat Hoben, 1 same 11 25
StsseReed, 5 same 8 60
Mike Doyle, 5 same 8 60
Wm. Wright, 2 same 4 10
J. F. Haws, 2 same 8 00
Henry Clark, 2, same 8 85
John Murphy, same 75
W. N. Flanery, 3 days at $3.00. ... 9 00
John Fortcr, 5f days at $3.50 20 10
Ht nry Stout, 2 days at $3.00 6 00
John Cain, 12 days with jail gang.. 18 00
John Fertor, building crossing 6th
and Commercial.... '. ..18 00
C. Marks Colo, 893 cubic yds. stone
at $1.00 893 00
John Sullivan, 6 days on drains
at $1.50 9 75
R. E. Green, 7 same 10 50
John Uiggins,ll same 16 50
Pat Masterson, 6 same 0 75
Louis Ros, 8 same 12 00
Green Young, 6 same 9 00
Geo. Wesley, 6 same 0 00
Ed. Jonos, 5J., same 8 25
J. B. Reed, 2 sledges and handles. 7 99
II. Wells, cash paid on orders issued 8 60
R. Marnell, hauling sc wcr pipe. . . . 25
Halliday Bro., labor and material in
bulkheading Ohio levee from
2nd street to C & St. R. R 130 20
Jno. Rees, brttsd for laborers on levee
in Feb 20 85
Sam Brown, moving garbage 20 00
St. Marys Infimary, care of patients 60 70
Cairo City Coal Co., ton coal for
pest-house 1 75
P. G. Schuh, drugs for same 70
C. W. Wheeler, 1 load of wood .... 1 75
L. H. Myers, cash paid for burying
dead animals 5 50
Jim Casey, hauling wood to pest
house 1 00
Dick Williams, 6 days labor under
health officers 9 00
Clem Young, 4 same 6 00
James Dawson, 5 same 7 50
Nelson Perry, 5 same 7 50
John King, 4 same 6 00
To be continued to-morrow.
IW. F. uattRiHM, river editor o! I'm Bin-UTi"
and eteamnoat uameniHr anunt. Ordera for all
klndaof pteamhoat job priullug aollclted. OUce
at Mower'a European Hotel. Mo. 7? Ohio levee.
STACKS OF THE KIVKR.
The river marked by the gauge last even
ing at this port, 25 feet 8 inches and ris
ing. Cincinnati, April 5 6 p. m. River 39
feet 10 inches and falling.
Pittsburgh, April 56 p. m River 6
feet 7 inches and falling.
Louisville, April 5 6 p. m. River 18
feet 11 inches and rising.
Nashville, April 56 p. m. River 32
feet 2 inches and rising.
Chattanooga, April 5-6 p. m. River
16 feet 10 inches and falling.
St. Louis, April 5 6 p. m. River 15
feet 5 inches and falling.
The Gu Fowler will report here this 2
p, m. from Paducah, and leave here on hor
return trip at 5 p. m. She connects with
the trains here going north, south, east and
The Heury Frank, tho largest of steam
ers of the stern-wheel persuasion and the
biggest cotton carrier on the Mississippi
will pass down to night for New Orleans.
The Morgan Rattler arrived here last
night. She leaves for New Orleans this
evening. Capt. Harry Stein master.
The W. II. Cherry got off in good style
stylo for Nashville yesterday morning at
0 o'clock. ,
The Hudson from St. Louis Ia due here
f ir Paducah at the hour of goiug to press.
The Ella Kimbrough leaves St. Louis to
morrow evening for Cairo.
1 he City of St. Louis from New Orleans
passed up for St. Louis last night.
The Cons Millar from Memphis passed
up lor Cincinnati last night. She had a
. The Jas. W. Gaff is due down for Mem
The Will 8. Hays for Cincinnati is due
to morrow morning for Now Orleans.
The U. P.Schenck from New Orleans
passed up last evening for Cincinnati. She
wss flyino, light.
The Granite State from St. Louis is due
for Huntington to-night.
The City ol New Orleans leaves here this
evening for the lower Mlssslssippi.
Thursday Evening, April S, 1883.
The weather li warm, cloudy sod sulky
with occasional showers of rain.
. The rivers are rising steadily .but no
inordinary high water is anticipated.
The market may be rated dull In all its
1 . j . .. . . -
nrsncnos nore sou similar reports come 1
from all sections of the country with no J
reason to be given for. tbe condition ot
FLOUR Dull and tower. No wove
niont at all in round lots. Prices are
shaded ten cents on the bbl.
HAY-All. kinds ars. qvtrjtocJ& ')Bd
there is no demand, at all ' ? J j
' CORNi-Very quiet. (Jits iwrket tsfull
stocked and the demand oaljr to-ill orders.
.OAT9TQulet ,and nchaogod. Tbe
supply is good and demand small.
MEAL Easy and a shade lower.
BRAN Ia fair demand and moderate
BUTTER Choice packed is scare and
in active demand at good prioes.
EGGS Firm and active. The supply
does not equal the demand.
POULTRY Not enough comes in to
supply the market. Prices are Arm as
quoted: ' ' ' -..
APPLES Choice are. firm . ta4 iq good
demand. Common stock is dull.'
POTATOES Plenty offering to a limi
Sal en and Quotation!.
MOTE. The prteea keie uvea at AM aalee itvB
Rratbanlata ronnd lot. , As adfiaca, U
eherved for broke i loUlO SUtaJdar.
8 10 vartona grade S Softs SO
101 bbl, choice S 10
100 hhlachotoe SOS
l0hblUncy . . .IS'
3 caia choice .... ,.......... ... . IS OO
1 car mixtd no
3 cars rhnlre small bale. ' 11 K)
I car good Timothy . It 00
Scan mixed In bulk ,
I car mixed In bulk ...- 47
3 cara choice In balk
3 can la hulk. .
No. 1 Rod, per bo
No. i Medlleraneea
wi hhlarttv la lot
0 bbl City M.I...WMI
1 car li aark.
5T0 poandi Soathera Illinois ,r4l . IS
5'0 poaudu Northern roll ...
M)o pounds Northern Dairy. VSH3S
500 pound! Bootaera Illlaota ... li
&0 doaeo. m.m.wm.,... . ...v,.14-lS
8W doaen.... , U
!Ol d(X-n..M.M ...M. .....,...M..M 1)
Lai t,t choir..
. ' 14 0O
& coop mixed S 6l
Scoopa bene.,.., , 4 00
BObhlaDen Davla.B. May A Kocsa SVafltv 4 SO
80 bbla choice Wlnnepe.... 1 .3 50
30 bbla Oenatla t OOaa BO
Slack packed fruit... ..SOeMSl .!
Choice red. MU I 50
C'noloe yellow tn
Noribern Pracn Blow per buab. .rM.toa70
Houthrn 111. Peach Blow per -.&
Per liatiel..., .5 He)! 00
Halfdo.... ....mmm.. .......... : IS
Bucket, .................. . ,..... . A 1S
Plain liam. .m-.-...., .. aoa
8. C. llama ' IS
Clear tide . IS
nam ' 1H
81de ... IS
tihoulder I S,
HI. John ..,: 0
Ohio River 1
i liunhel burlap.?
S buohel "
OKI ID MUIT.
Peaebe, halve anit uuarter SmftS
Apple, brlnht . .""
Choice navy , J
Choice meifliim A V
Choice, Factory . J2
Cream. ,,...- - IS
f t- t
9 t (MM
Dry Flint choice..., 7f
Drv Salt ' 1'
Plum Green .......... .nl.7.
Sheep Pelt, dry .. , joajr;
Sheep Pelt, green....... .,.,,...,,.. v ''7
Damaged Hide. ....... ... ....... . . . M eS7
Common Lugs... TStsUI
Good Ium ....'...;...' SOtS I OS
OwLeaf......,,, ... ,.. 4 TMp a 00
Medium Leaf..... .............. ! J fO
Got 4 Uaf. " .1, JSO t '0
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.'' , .....
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and which physicians prescribe so general
ly, wan tbe tirst in this country to import
the Port Grape vims and to plart vine
yards of them and to introduce the art of
making wine from the Oporto Grape w hich
is now the best wine to be had, and hns be
come a great favorite among the mcst fash
ionable New York and PhiUlulliia
society. For sale by Paul G. Srhuh.
. Alice Hogan, 581 Blue Island avenue,
Chicago, Ills., says: "I have been taken
Brown's Iron Bitters and Hod it docs me a
great deal of good."
Woman's True Frieud.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially w hen asMistnm e
Is rendered when one ia sorely afflicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints snd weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters urc woman's true
frind, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all ' other remedies fail.
A single tr.al always proves our acHertiou.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle Sold bv Hurry W.
- To The West.
There are a number of routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the ditect
and reliable route is via Saint Loui and
over tbe Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Graud Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Oiuxln.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the ry
fli'.a; make are attached to all tiains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passei u-rs
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico sii t t ' il
if Tni, mmect with express trnina !' til
At Atchison, connection is tumlc with
express trains for Kansas and Nulnanka
. At Omaha, connection is male with the
Overland traiu for California.
This Hoe offers' to parties enroute to tho
West aud Northwest, iiot only fast time
and superior accomodation, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri snd Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. KlKNAN, F. CHANDI.tK,
Ass't Oen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pas Agent.
Of the many remedies belore the public
for Nervous Debility and weakness of'Nerve
Generative System, there is none equal to
Allen's Brain Food, which promptly nud
permanently restores all lost vigor; it never
fails. $1 pkg., 6 for $5. At druggists.
To all who are suffering from the errors
snd Indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I
will send a recipe that will cpre yon, fkek
of charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a self-addressed envelope to tho Rev.
Joseph T. I.nman, Station I)., New York
. I am convinced that Elys' Cream Balm
is a cure lor Catarrh, Hay Fever and Cold
in head. Many cures have been made
among my customers. C. T. KrniiY, Drug
gists, Towsnda, Pa.
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
Paul G. Sohuh, agent. (8)