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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER U, 1888.
Ke!l'VP.i unci cure
Htf K K'HC,
gl I.NbV, PWF.LI.rN09,
Soreness, Cut. Bruises,
III RS, St .4I.I9,
And all other b.Hilly aches
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
toilit hr nil Pnieirists and
rti i i rs ' lirecliuiia in 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
. A V.K-.HJR A CO.)
Hull I more. T tl., I'.N. A.
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TO PRESEKVE THE HEALTH
Use the Magneton Appliance Co.'.
Magnetic Lung Protector !
PKIOE OISTLY 85.
The) are priceless to ladies, oestlemkk and
CUILUK With WEAK LUNG9; UOCaiB of PNtCMOJi'A
ob tRorp is ever kn wn where these
garments r wo-n. Tney lo prevent and cure
HEART Uirn.TLTHS. COLDS, nil SI ,TIBM, HEIRil.
OIA, TUROaT TROUBLES, MPHTUMUA, CA1 AhRH. AND
ALL KINDBEU DISEASE. Wl.l WEIR any Service
fnrTuKEE teaks. Are worn over the un 'cr-cloth-in;,
iTT?R1T needless to describe the
-A l.'llilllls svmptonsof tblsnausconsals
eae that Is sapping the 1 f- and strength of only
too naoToflhe fairest and best of both sexes
Labor. iudv ai d resear. h in America, Europe and
E .no n lands, hive resulted in the Magnetic Lung
Protector, affording care l it Catarrh, a remedy
which cmtains No Ukuoo'Ko or the Stbteh, and
vritb the continuous stream of Manctism per
meating through the afflicted organ, mlht bk
TORI Til EM TO A BEALTHT -CTION. WE PLACE CCB
run e for tint Appliance at less than one-twentieth
of the price asked by others for remedies npon
which yon tike all the chances, and n especial
ly invite the patronage of the vast persons who
have tried djutguixq theib stomichs withoi'T ep-
HOW TO OBTAIN GT0h,o yilf
gist and ask fur them. If they have not got them,
writ tu the proprietors, enclosing the price in let
ter, at our risk, and thev ahall be sent to you at
once by mail, postpaid.
S;nd stamp for the "New Departure! In Medi
cal Trt-.n i eut wituuct vedicikb," wUh thou
sands of testimonial.
THE MAGN'KTON APPLIANCE CO.,
Hi State Street. Chicigo. 111.
Note Send one dollar in postage stamps or
curr -Ley (n letter at oar risk) with size of shoe
usually worn, ai d try a pair of oar Musette In
soles, and be convinced of the power residing In
our 1a?netlc Appliances. Positively no cold feet
where they are worn, or money refunded. 109-ly
From these souroea ariae Uiree fourf ha of
the diseases of ttie human rnoe. These
symptoms indicate their existence : Los of
Appetite, Bowels costive, hick Head
ache, fullness after eating, aversion to
exertion of body or mind, ructation
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
spirits, a feeling of having neglected
some dnty, uiaiinesa, Fluttering at the
Heart, I Kits before the eyes, highly col
ored rrtne, t'OSSTIPATIO.V and de
mand the use of a remedy that act directly
on the Liver. As a Liver medicine Tt'TT'S
PILLsi iiave no ejunl. Tfirir notion on tho
Kidneys and ?kin is also rronipt; removing
all impurities through tfieee three cv
engers of the system," produclnjr appe
tite, sound digestion, regular stools, a clear
skin und a rigorous bolv. Tl'TT'S PILLS
caue no nausea or griping nor Interfere
with daily work and are a pi-rfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
1TE FEEI-S LIKE A KEW MAW.
'I have had Dyspepsia, with Constlpa
tion.two years, and have tried ten ditTerent
kinds of pUls, and Tl'TT'S are the first
that have done me any good. They have
cleaned me out nicely. My appetite la
splendid, food digests readily, and I now
have natural passatres. I feel like a new
man." W. 1. EDWARDS, Palmyra, O.
ftoMeTerywherc,2Sc. OhVc-li Murray St..X.Y
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Giut Haiti oh Whiskkrs changed In
stantly to a (JLOsgY Black by a single ap.
plication ot nils Iru. bold by Dmirglata.
or sent by expt etis ou receipt of $ I.
Office, Murray Street, .Sew Vork,
THU S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREF.
rsn Cream Balm
ha gained an enviable
r i ntaticn wherever
known, displar.ing all
e ther preparations. An
arfc'.e of undoubted
tATarrh colo. ",m I
LIQUID OR 8NCFK
HAY-FEVEP Apply by the BogiT
fl" ' " w "f into the nostrils.
Wbe.i absorbed it effectually cleanses the nasal
pas-a.'es of virus causing healthy secretions.
It aliars It flauioiatlou, prcte-tn the n e n
bransl II ines of the had from aidl lonal
colds completely heals the s.irea and restores the
aeLse of ta-te and smell. BenelUi! results are
realii'-d by a few applications.
A THOKOLii H T KKA I M E -T WILL CL'BE.
Uneqaled for Cold in the U.;ad, Headache and
Deafuers, or anv kmd ol mucous memtiranal irrita-tloDr--tcd
for circular. By mall, prepaid 60 c.
a pacltag-: stamps received. Sold oy all whole
sale and retail d ugg'sts.
ELY'bCKK AM BALM CO.. Owego, N. T.
A Hew and complete Hotel, fronting on Luvei
second ana Kail road street!,
The Passenger Dpot of the Chicago, St. Loole
and ew Orleans: Illinois Central; Waharh, Hi.
Louie and Pacific; lion Mountain and Houthern,
Kobileand Ohio; Cairo aud St. Louis Hallways
re all Just across the street: while the Steamboat
Landing Is but one anare distant.
This Hotel Is heated by steam, his steam
Laundry. Hydraulic Elevator, Kiectric Call Dells.
Automatic Flre-Alarms. Baths, absolutely pure air,
perfect sewerage and complete appointments.
Biperb furnishings; perfect service; and an on
Lb X'. PAHKER fx CO.. Lmasww
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The Daily Bulletin.
WIT AND HTJMOE.
A Huffulo mult- has trttvolwl the Eric
Catuil towpath for twenty-six yt.-ars
without a murmur.
("War Wiltl is lettinpr his hair prow
Hffain. He was rontpmplating matrimo
ny wht-n he cut it oil'.
At th Wliito Moiintainn tbo girls all
rouib tln'ir liair Lick from tho forehead.
TJiat is why it is called aban-up place.
A Kansas town ha lepfilatod against
the ioHt as n "ruthless destroyer," a
terror" and a "curse."
A Brooklyn pirl, whose lover sent her
83,OiiO kisses has just learned that he has
a wife and two children.
The Long Felt Want is the name of a
newspaper in Oregon. In tho editor's
case it is money.
Kingsrille, Canada, reports a shower
of bugs. Some of the neighbors clean
ing house, probably.
John L. Sullivan objects to the term
"slugger," as applied to him, and the
newspapers of the ell'ete east are pub
lishing retractions and apologies.
The editor of the Hempville, Tex.,
Bnporter gives as an excuse for issuing
only a half sheet, that be "got lost in
the woods." He promises to stay at
home hereafter and attend to business.
A continued story in an amateur jour
nal opens as follows: "Will voutell me
where my collar button is?' "Never."
"Then you must die." Xkw Vork Jour
nal. Country maidens are now holding
guessing matches. They sit out in the
garden and guess whether it's a potato
ljug or an armv worm that's crawling
down their back. Log Cabin.
Pater: "Well, my bov, and how do
yon like college? Alma Mater has turned
out some good men " Young Hope
ful: "Va-as she's turned me out!" lie
had been expelled.
The christening of an infant Arch
duchess of Austria occurred lately.
This fact came by cable. The name of
the royal infant will be sent over by
steamer as soon as the royal secretaries
get it copied.
When one who reads poetry has care
fully examined the exaggerative hyper
holism and overstretched facts of poets
in general, he does not wonder that the
lyre is the symbolic instrument of the
There is nothing so strong as habit.
It is told of a physician, who always de
manded payment on the spot, that he
was so particular that, when he prescrib
ed for himself, he used to take a guinea
out of one pocket and put it in another.
A Beaumont, Tex., paper says that at
a recent immersion in that" place a
young darky was so much astonished at
the ducking given him by the preacher
that he had to be put under water a
second time and hi head driven into
the sand I ! ' h1 would stop swearing.
A Pennsylvania lady '.: years of age
milks, wa.-hes and bakes for a family of
three persons. A great deal ran be got
ten out of old pcopli' if thev are proper
ly managed, i'oting people do not get
hiH enough rpt. .'iuirill. I'ounVr
Mr. Ktirkin s:us: "What was beauti
ful yesterday ij beautiful to-day." Mr.
r.uk:n evidently never hked at his
wife's beautiful new dres the day after
she attended a big party at which the
waiters had an idea that the soup was
too thick to spill.
Our colored brethren are holding a
ramp-meeting not far away, and one ol
t! iu, holding forth from the text, "How
old art thou?" said in the opening,
Brethren, this am a question that must
be answered iu the affirmative." CAri.
tian at Work.
"When Dame Fortune wants a man
she culls for him," savs a philosopher.
Very often she finds him not at home,
l'reqtietilly he is down in a grog-shop
saying how lucky some men nre, and
complaining that everything seems dead
Rtibecta Jane Bcnnet, Abram Schenck
and a clergyman who was performing
the marriage ceremony for them, stood
very dose to one another, and when
Schneck, who is blind, heard the
final words.he kissed the clergyman in
stead of llebeeca Jane.
A Chinaman in Queensland had to
give iividenee in court and was asked
bow he would be sworn. His reply was:
"Me no care; (lack 'iiu saucer, kill im
cock, blow out 'im matehee, smell 'ini
book, idle same." He was allowed to
smell 'iiu book."
Sweet little Meg came into her Sunday-school
class one morning, her eyes
filled with tears, and looking up into
her teacher's face, said: "Our dog's
dead, and I guess the angels were real
scared when they saw him coming up
the path, for he's awfully cross to stran
gers." "What influence has the moon onthe
tide?" asked the teacher, ami it was the
very bad boy who responded that it
didn't seem to have any particular ef
fect on the tide, but he had observed
that it seemed to have considerable in
fluence in getting them tied. 0i City
A heavy rain came upas a Coney
Island party was in swimming, anil
sevoral rushed for the bathing-houses
for fear of getting wet. Thompson's
colt didn't know enough to come in when
it rained; but these were another kind
of fools. S'cw York Commercial Adver
tiser. George W. Matchott, the oldest liar
In the world, is going to his home in Bal
timore to dip. Ho claims to have been
a tramp printer for seventy-three years,
and during that time to have visited on
foot every town and citv in the United
States, Canada, Mexico, and Central
The Rev. Aniens O. Havgood sava:
Intelligence fp0i8 no mn or anv.
thing that a man ought to do in tins
world. ' There is where Atticns is in
fault. Intelligence spoils a man for jury
duty. In this place an intelligent man
one who knows anything about the.
case, or anything else is promptly chal
lenged by the defense. Xew Orleans
"This Is Horrible" was the headliue
a Cleveland editor wrote to go over an
account of the defeat of the local base,
ball club. But tho straw-headed printer
got tilings mixed and put that headline
over a poem by a prominent poet, and
the poet wuul'dn't believe that it was
the printer's fault, and somebody is
going to get hint.
"No," said Mr. Littleman, "I didn't
get the nomination for governor; in fact
I wasn't named for any office; but I had
the satisfaction of hearing the president
cry out amid the assembled thousand:
'1'have a telegram for Mr Small Little
man, of Squashville.V It cost mo 25
cents, but, by gosh! it was worth it."
'Rather picturesque sort of old pei
ple quiet life simplicity out of doors
nature." Old people in question:
"Takin' a photogram of thim did apple
trees is it he's doin'? Is the young mon
in his right moind, d'ye think, Mr. Mul
ligan? Ah, it's wonderful, Missus Ma
ginnis; there's wan has set three days
in the lane below a drawn' of Pat Ri
ley's pigs. It bates all what lie's williu'
to do to make a livin'."
The wealthy ami aristocratic Mrs.
Jewel, who is stopping at a summer ho
tel, and has been making some inquir
ies of one of the waiters in regard to
procuring the services of a laundress,
opens her door in answer to a loud and
imperative knock just before dinner
time, and discovers Mrs. Mahoney on
the threshold. Mrs. Mahoney: "Shuro
an' are you the woman that was spak
in' to one of the hotd jintlemin about
gittin' a lady to wash for you?"
How they found out On a train two
gutlemeu were discussing the nativity
of a third who sat uear them. "I'll bet
he's a southern man." "No, he looks
more like a westerner." "We can tell
by asking him a question, can't we?"
"All right, for the cigars; now, he's a
westerner, and I'll ak him the ques
tion." So he went across the ear and
politely said: "I beg your pardon, sir;
but what time is it?"' "Well sah." he
replied, looking at his watch, "it is fo'
mmutes befit" foV That settled it.
Mi s. Furlong, of Westmoreland Coun
ty, Virginia, who is in Washington on a
vtsit -,ys -he owns the horse that J
Wi!ke IJ.vith rode after he assassinated
Lincoln, and on which he escaped tc
Virginia. The horse, though twenty
five yern-s old, is still lively. It was
generally supposed that Booth killed
the hors.? he rode and left him in s
v.'iiup Viore he crossed the Pot:ma
ftom Maryland to Delaware, but Mrs.
hirloMg sas tliis is nut so.
PAUL BLACKMAU it CO.,
Big Rapids, Mich.,
Manufacturers and General Dealers in
Lumber, Lath and Shingles
Buy direct from the Saw Mill, and
No price lists Issued, but will be pleased to Quote
delivered prices on any grade of Lumber, etc..
you Leed. llll-IStd
Hut elegant djeuing
is preferred by thcte
who have used it, to an y
lirni'or article, on so
:out:t of i-s superior
leaniinesi and Duntv.
It contains materials
only that are beneficial
tn thi .r.tn an4 hair
t.-j and always
Restores the Youthful Color to Grey or Faded Hair
Parker's Hair Balsam la finely perfumed and la
warranted to prevent falling of the hair and to re
n dandruff ar.ditchir. j. Htscox & Co , N.Y.
SOc Mhi $1 at dtlm la drufi mni nwdldMS,
A Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
overwork, or a mciher run drcwn by family or house
hold duties try Parker's Ginger Tonic.
If you arc a lawyer, minister or business man ex
haunted by mental strain or anxious cares, do not take
Inioxioung stinmlanu.butuse Parker's Ginger Tonic
If ynu havo Consumption, Dypepsia, Rheu ma
Ism, Kidney Complaints, or any disorder of the lungs,
stomach, towels, blood cr r.rves. Packer's Ginger
Tonic will cure you. It is the Greatest Blood Purifier
And the Best and Surest Cough Cure Ever Used.
If you are wasting away fromsge, dissipation or
any disease or weakness and require a stimulant take
Ginger 'I onic at once ; it will invigorate and build
you up from the fi-st dose but will never intoxicate.
It hat saved tiundieds of lives; it may lave yours.
CAt'TIOX ! Rfo- .'iiubit'tiW. pKktr'.OInrw Tonic U
crrnrwsftl &f lhbitmj,dl ar-riu In lit world, and titntrrtiy
ditT.rtnl from fr.f..rstiom of ri.rn aIod. Stud for circular to
Hkox k Co., ft'. Y. ix. A; ) tu, at fallen ia drugs.
CHEAT SAVING Bl'YING DOLLAR EIK.
Its m:ri and lastirg fngrante has made this
delightful perfume exceedingly popular. There
Is not bins; like It. Insist urx.n having Flomu
Ton Co lochs and lo-jk for signature of
on ery hottls. Any drutrt or de<r la perfumsry
can supply you. ?s ud ?s c nt iiwt.
LARtiB SAVIN'S BCYINO ISe. BIZE.
WE wtll pY the at r?wt?ri far nn? rite of Llr Oro plain.'
Dyipj'i bkk H.-svatnn, tr.t.siti d, Cooitrtion ot Cottivcotu,
wv AiiBotcura wni Wttt'i Wta it Liter '.IU, d th dirt
llnnitsr itrict!Y fnn:pl;a)i witb. Tr,y nn purrir ffrtt,le, tUid
etttrfavll w ij:v w.iifsv.tlo'1. fl.inr Cvtd. Liiy Vnei, coo
UiDiiiff V) fiilisV) n ecati. Kr u. bf til druffirtiu. fkotvro of
couoierf.lu vA bAh: di. Tht, tr-ou't fnn .fsyn :rl in!y by
JOHN C. WIIST k C"f, , I, A li W. Mii.iT, f ; , Cbltfi
Vrm iruJ i.t'.i.r.kftivst hv n.-l p r Jr-,D rti. ituf 3 tuiUiujp,
Health is Wealth !
Da L, C. West's Nkbve and RitAis Treat
men r, a miarnntwd ppiKtitin for Hystprin, pizii.
nww, l!ouviilni(iiiH. Vita. Nurvoun N.iiralin,
lleadarbe, Ncirvoua Prostrntion caiwcl by tli use
of aloohnl or tobacco, WB.k"fulnws, Mcntiil Do
propjtiou, Hoftonint! of tho Brain rwulting in in
annity and Inidinn to misery, dway and death,
1'remnture Old Ako, Hnrromir, lyoss of power
In either iwi, Involuntary Loso nml Hirmnf-orrlia-a
cquiukI byovxr-exortion of tho bruin, slf.
nbuso or over-indulKwuce. Each box contina
one month's tttvitmi'tit. fl.liin iMix.orsu boxes
for$.UU,BiitbymHil prnpiulon rccoiptof pneo.
Ol'AKAXTEE MIX liOXKM
To cure nny cane. Vith each onliT rncniyod byus
for tux boxivi, Bccomptiniwl with t'M we will
annd the pui-clianer our written nuarunU to ro.
fund the money if the trentmont dote not effect
cure. Guarantee issues! only by
HARRY W. SOHUH
Druggist, Cor. Commercial ave. A 18th ., Cairo
AT M E NT
of the continued nse of mercury and potash for the
treatment of U ood and skin diseases they never
cure, aud nearly a! wave injure or totally rain the
A WELL KNOWN DRUGGIST.
Vv drugstore was the first to sell Swift's Specific
It was then pat ap In quart bottles which sold lor
fVOMeach. I have seen a great msny cases cured
by us use, aud tome who had tried all sorts of
treatment, in tact l save sever Known It te fall
w hen taken properly. I sell a lurgii quantity or it,
and for all diseases that are dependent on blood
poison or skin humor. It cures
riMrl ES AND BlOtCHES ON THE SKIN.
and makes the complexion lair and rosy. As for
Diooa taint, mere is no sncn wura as iau. it cures
cases that have long withstood other so"? of treat
ment, and wi boot any of those recurring troubles
that generally follow mercurial and other so
CMlledciue. T. L. MASSESBfUG,
For yearn I was afflicted with Dry Tetter of the
most obstinate tvpe. Was treated by many of the
best physicians; took quantities of merenrv, potash
an 1 arsenic, which, instead of curing the Tetter,
crippled me up with mine ral poison and rheuma
fstn. The Tetter continued to grow worse, and
the itching almost made me crazy. In this con
dition I was induced to take Swift's Specific, and
the result was astonishing as It was tr ratlfyi g In
a few month! the Tetter was e.tirely well; th
.Mercurial loiaonlngaU out of my sst m and I
was a well man and due ouly to Swlft'i Specific.
All the sufferers should take It
JAMES DIJiMNG, LouIbvUIc, Ky.
WHAT A PHYSICIAN SAYS.
Cypress Ridge, Monroe Co., Ark , I
July 2i. 18-3. f
I have a bright little danzhtcr who will be two
years old next month. he has been troubled
nearly ever since her birth with a skin disease
wh'cb I first diagnosed chicken-pox, but later
found It to be iodic srt of eczema: at any rate It
resisted very stubbornly all the different tr at
ments. I purchased one bottle of iSwlit's Specific
and gave It to ber in sall doses three times a day
and in a short while bad the satisfaction to see
that she was entirely well. I am so well p eased
with its effect on her that I shall not or.lv use It In
my practice, but I shall administer It to mv other
children and take It myself. W. E. Bbonts, Ml)
Our treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free to applicants.
int. svtiri srtLiric iu.,
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
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SUBSTITUTE FuR LIFE INSUh
WIDOWS' & OKPHAXS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Julv Hth, 1877, Cuder the Lawi u
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted Juh
9, 1377, luder Act of Conifrns.
JAS. S. Mr!? AIIET Prosldent
J U. ROBIN'SON 1st Vice-President
M. PHILLIPS 2nd Vice-President
J. A. GOLuSTINE Treasurer
V. II. MA RE AN I , . , . .
j PETKIE I Medical Advi;rs
THOMAS LEWIS - ....Secretary
EJJ. II, WHITE Assistant Secretajy
Wm P. PITCHER, L. S. THOMAS,
W. 0. JUT ELY N, F. VINCENT,
WILL T. KEDIiU'KN.
HO A Itll OF MAXAGKUS:
J. A. Goldstlne, of Goldstine & KnHenwater, w hole
sale and retiil drv good, etc.; Jas. S. MoGehey
lututwr Qealer; Wm. K. Pitcher, general aent;
Albert Lewis, dealer iu dour and grain; 1.. 8.
Thomas, bricklayer; .Muses Phillips, con ractor
a id builder; H. A. Cbambley, grocer; Thos.
Lewis, aecretarv and attorney-at-law; v'. H.
Marean, H-miepathic physician; U Sa der, of
Sacder Son. arocers; R, H Balrd. stree super
visor; fcd li. White, ass't sec. W. 4 0. M. A. So
ciety; , I. W. Spier, lumber aud S'jw-mill; K. L.
Geriilijon. barber: E- B. Illttrich, clerk W., St. L.
tP.R K. ; M. Kobier. merchant tailor: Jeff M.
Clark, dealer in wall-paper and window shades;. I.
E. English, contractor and builder; WiHT. Hed
burn, of Morsu 4 Redburu, cigar manufacturers;
F. Vincent, dealer in ltme and cement; L A.
Phelps, photographer; W.C. Jocehn, dentist; S
H.laber. mfg. Jeweler; .1. II. Robinson, J. P. and
notary public; J. 8. Petrle, phvsiclen; II. W.
Bostwick, insurance agent; K. K. Jarboo. foretiiau
Ht. Gas mains, and E E. Walbndge, lumber hli
saw-mill, of Cairo; II. Lelghton, cashier N it.
Bank. Stuart, Iowa; Itev. F. A. Wilknrson, Prvor
nrg, Ky. ; J.W. Tarry, phvslclan.Fulton. Kv.
gUERTFF'S SALE. "
By vlrtne of an execution issued out of the
clerk s office of the clicult court of Alexander coun
ty and state of Ill'.aota, and to me directed, where
by I am commanded to make the amount of a cer
tain Judgment recently obtained against Henry
llunsaker before A lomlnee, Esq., police magis
trate In and fo- the city of Cairo Ik said county and
state In favor of Jacob Burner, out of the lands,
tonemonts, goods snd chattols of the said Henry
llansaker, I bave levied on the following de
scribed property, to-wlt : Lot numbered six (0). In
block numbered two (2), In the town of Sandusky,
In the county of Alexander and stale of Illinois.
Therefore, according in aatH mmma,..: i
expose for sale at public a uction, all the right.
title ana interest or tho above named Uunry Hun
saker. Id and to the abovu described property,
at U o i clock a.m., on Friday the With day of Novem
ber,1883, at the westerly door of the court house, In
Dated at Cairo, 111 ., this, 8th day of November, 1883.
, JOHN HODGES,
1106-3wd Sheriff Alexander County.
ayor Thomas. W. Ualliday.
Treasurer Charki F. Nellie.
Clerk Dentils. J, Foley.
Counselor Wm. H. Oflbert.
Marshal L. H. Meyors,
Police Magistrate A. Comings.
BOARD 0. AtiOBBMia,
first Ward-Wm.McHale, Harry Walker.
Second Ward-Jesse Hiukle, C.N. Hughes.
Third Ward-B. F. Blake, Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward-Charles O. Patter, Adolph 8 wo-'
Filth Ward-Cnas. Lancaster, Henry Stoat.
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DELIVERED BY CARRIER. 2i CENTS PER WEEK.
113.00 PER YEAR, VO PER CENT DISCOUNT IF PAID
YEARLY IN ADVANCE. BY MAIL, (1.00 PER MONTH,
10 00 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
Filled "With Choice Heading
Matter and Local
TERMS 33 Y" MAIL:
S3 OO PER YEAR
Always in Advance er No Paper.
Neutral in Noth
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