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j. THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 27, 1880.
NEW SERIES-NO. 339.
of the leading butinett houtut whose adverttno
muuta may be fouud lu Tin Hulletim.
C. O. Patlur & Co., 'Jomruerclal avsnue and Nine
teen ill ttreet.
O. D. Williamson A Co.
Yorum & Uroderick, Waab. Ave., cor. Eighth.
T, J. O'Lougulln, l'oplar, cor. Tweutlutu.
Dr. J. H. Marean: office, 140 Commercial avenue.
Dra. Leach &, Wheeler, Eighth street,
Dr. W. C. Jnrolvn, Kltftith near Commercial ,
Dr. E. W. Whitlock, lM Commercial avenue.
Kobt. Smyth, No, 00 Ohio levee.
II. IT. Candee, No. TUOhlo levee (up ttalrt).
. Equitable Life, of New Vorfc, corner Twelfth and
DRUGGISTS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Geo. E. O'Hara, Eighteenth and Commercial.
Alexander County Bank, hth and Commercial.
City Nutioual, Ohio levee.
Champion. Three S'.alet.
John Sproat, comer Twelfth and Levee.
E. C. lord. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
GENERAL DELIVERY open :30 a. m.; dotet
6:;Jpm.; Sunday: to It a. m.
Sloney Order Department open at 8 a. m.; dotet
'Throas'h Expreit Mailt via IUlnolt Central 3:0
P'jJlMllppl Central Hallniada clone at 9 p. m.
Cairo and Poplar Blu J Through and W ay Mall
e'.iie at 1 p. m. . , . ...
Way Mall via IlUnoit Central. Cairo and In
ternet and Mnt .tiiiupt Central Kallroadi dote at
' Way MU fjr Narrow Gauge Railroad dotet at
8 CaiWand Evanville River Route cloiea at 2:30
p. m. (JatiT (except Frldar).
Treaaurrr Edwanl Deannia.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley.
("ounaelor--Wm. B Gilbert.
Atturner William llendrtcka.
tuu.no or aLuruii
Firtt Ward-M. J. Uowlet
Second Ward-David T. Llneirar, C. B. Wood-
"Third WaM-W. P. Wright. Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward-Charlet S PaUer. JameaKynuton
Fifth Ward-T. W. Ualliday, Ernett B. Pettlt.
Circuit J nd?eD- J. Baker.
Circuit Cteik-J. A. Prfsvei.
County J uiiii K S. Yocom.
County Clerk-S. J. II a mm.
County Aturey-W C. Mulkey.
Countv Treatur-r-Milet V . Parker.
Countv Commiioner-T. W . flalllday, 4 4
ki. Cittib't, Samuel Eriley.
4 FKICAN M. E.-Fourtentn atreet. between
i Walnut and Cedar .treet : tervicet Sabbatn 11
a. m. and . p. m. ; Sunday School 1 :30 p. m.
CHRISTIAN Eighteenth ttreet: meeting Sab
bath 10:) p. m.; preaching occasionally.
CnURCU or TnE REDEEMER (EpUcopal)
Fourteenth atreetl Sunday Morning gray"
lu: a. m.; evening prayer., 7:30 p. : Sunday
tchool:J a.m. Friday evening prayer 7 :) p. m.
THIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CUrKCU
t Preaching at W: a. m.. S p. m- and 7: . p. m.
Sabbath achool at 7: p. m. Rev. T. J. Sboret,
f rrHERAN-Thlrteenth itreet; (ervkci Sab
Ij bath 1: a. m.; Sunday tchool2pm. Kcv.
MKTUODIST-Cor. Elght and Walnut ftreeta;
Preaching Sabbath 10:dO a. m. and 7 P.m.;
prayer meeting. Wedr.eaday 7:3U p. n.; bondaj
School. a. m. Rev. Whlttakcr, paator.
1 PRESBYTERIAN Eighth itreet; preaching on
.tabbith at lM a. m.and 7:3.) p. m.; prayer
meeting Wedne.dav at 7:p.m.; Sunday School
at 3 p.m. Rev. B. V. George, paator.
CECOND FREEWILL BAPTIST Ftfteetth
13 .-.n-et. between Walnut aufl Cedur atreeU; eer
vice Sabbath at S and 7:30 p. m.
ST. .TOSEPlI'S-fRotnan Cathollcl Corner Cwm
and Walnut street; en-lce Sabbath lo.joa.
m. ; Sunday School at i f. m. ; Veipere 3 p.m.; eer
vice everj'day at S p. m.
ST PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
treet and Washlnmon avenue; eerjtcea Sab
oath s and 10 a. m. ; Ve.per 8 p.m.; Bonday School
i p. m ; aenrlcea every da at e p. m. Rev. F . Zabel,
J)ns.O. H. LEACH & E. D. WHEELER
Horaaiathic Physicians and Surireons,
Will penorm a'.l operationii and treat dieeaee of
any nature in urgery. Office: No. lo, Eighth
treet, Cairo, ill.
y H. 5IAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Offlca 140 Gi amerclal avenue. Reldence corner
Fourteenth St. and Washington avenue, Cairo.
Jn. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Ornci No. W Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
)R. W. C JOCEL'i'N,
Ol'FICE-EigUth Street,' near Comme rcla'. Avence.
TiT TAC1 8'5" to imvitn ""tool, cover
r I A M In ud ouok). All Mrlctly Brel-claM
-1-and old at wLoleinle factory
price. Thcue piano made one of the ftuct die
play at the centennial exhibition, and were unan
imously recommctided or the highest honors. The
Square Grand contain Muthothck' new dupiex
ovemrutig scale, the preatoft Improvement in the
history of pltir.o making. Thf upright are the
tlnet In AmerWa. Catalogiio of 4S phge mailed
JUBILEE ORGANS, tho best In the world. An
8 top organ only W; 13 etops, $:t7-wita all the
latest and best iniiirovement, posseslc(. power
depth, brilliancy aud fvmputhetlc (inality of tone.
Beantlfnl solo oiled and perfect etop action.
Solid walnut case ol heautlml design and elcgaut
finish, Circular free. All Pianos and Organ sent
on IS da'tot trial freight free If unatlsfuotory.
DoVt fall to write hs be- ATp A
fore buying. Positively e tlXlljAllO
offer the best bargain. Fac-v"
tory and witreroom, 67th Street nd Tenth avenno.
choice piece f ont. for 3c stamp. Address,
Mendelssohn Piano Co,, Box 2058, N, Y.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only Lino Hunning
Q DAILY TRAINS
Making Dikect Connection
Tcaik Lbavb Cairo:
3:15 a m. Mail,
Arriving lu St. Louis 9:45 a.m. : Chicago, 8 :: u.rn. ;
Connecting at Odin and Effingham for Cincin
nati, Louisville, Indlanapolit and points East
11:10 a.m. Bt. Louis and Western
Arriving In St. Louis 7:05 p. m., and connecting
for all points tVest.
p.m. Kast KxpretR.
For St. Loul and Chicago, arrlvtug at St. Lo:i:s
10:45 p.m., and Chicago a m.
A :UO p.m. Cincinnati Kxyroh;.
Arriving at Clnclunotl 1M a.m.; Lotusrille T i0
a m.; Indianapolis i:w a.m. Fafst-ngers by
this train reai.fi the above points lli to ,'Jt)
lluL'RS In advance of any other route.
iiTThe 4:i p. m. express has PULLMAN
KLtEHXii CAR Cairo to Cincinns'i. wuho-it
changes, and through elecpera to M. l.ou: aad
Fast Time East.
Iiiifmrrm: )T 'lliC go through to i;-t.
tlS-TCIlp,!.! . i rn points without any d!ay
caused tor Sunday intervcnltig. Tte Sfitnrday titur
noun traiu from Cairo arrive in new York Nloi.day
morniug at lo::i'j. Thirty-six hourt isj fcd atiCro(
any other route.
fFor through tickets and fur'her it.ft.rrj.s'.ion,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Di 1 U. t !.:ro.
J. II. JONES.
Tick. '. .Ksa
ien. Spntlinrn Agent. Ticki '. Agent.
A. II. UANSON, Oen. Fa,
I'ass. Agent. Chicago.
CAIRO fc ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. W. 8MITHKHS, Itet-eirer.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Express leaves Cairo v:Va a.
Tkroogh Express arrives at E. St Louis.. 5:4.5 p. in.
Through Expms leave E. S'. Lou..... t:W.ra.
Through Express arrives at Cairo 5:1i p.m.
MurpnysDoroaccommoaaiionieave cairo l v.o p.m.
Mu'physhoro Acc. arrivs-t Murphysboro l:'i p.m.
Murphysboro Acc. leaves Murphy,
Murptvsburo Acc. arrives at C&:ru
sbtro. . s:-.m.
The Cairo St Louis Rail Road it the rely all
Rail Houte between Cairo ar.d St. Lo:;U under one
management, therefore there ar to delays et
war stations awaiting cotcectior.s rrorr. oti.er lat
Close and sure connections at S! Losi with other
line for North. East and West
J. A. NAUGLE.
L. M. JOHNSON.
QHIO fc MISSISSIPPI irv
TIME TABLE op FASENGER TP. A INS FROM
VISCENNES (N07. IJ0, 170.)
No. i Day Exprifs (Except Sutday).... 1 :W p. n.
6 Epre's i Except Suuday). 1 p. la.
" 4 Niht Express (Daily) U':j a, ra.
No S Expret lExeept Sunday) :ft. ra.
" 1 lny Erpri !' (Except auduy). . . i:'"p. m.
" 3 Nitht Express (Dai'y). 1:J5 a. u.
J . I. CLAKK. l.f.imi.illl.,
Agent Viuceanes . Oen. Tiefet Ag't Cincinnati
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
K K it It V B O AT
THREE 3ffi5i STATES,
On and after Monday, .'use Ttl.. and until Umber
notice tae ferryboat will make trips as folio:
LEAVES LEAVS!- LEAVES
Foot Fourth st Missouri Laud'g. Keutucky Ld'g.
7:W a. ta.
a: '"Hi p. m.
i p. m
:o a. ra.
:: a. m.
11 :i a. m.
H a. ffi.
10 a. m.
5;M p. m.
3 p. m
gT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
Tho Elegant Sldowheel Passcncer Steamer
SBi CHAMPION &m
Leaves Cairo every Monday and Thursday for
Cape Olrardeau, St. Louis, and way landings.
Wb re th! lurgost extinrlrn in the United
Ntatt'n, ami we will pay the highest market price
lu l ft mi or any uaainy.
R. A. Holden & Co.
T Vine Street CINCINNATI.
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured, Sot Merely Eelicved
And Can I'rovc What we Gain;.
fcyTherc are no failures and no distppoint-
metits If you are troubled with fSIC'K HEAD
ACHE you cuu )e easily and i'ilckjy cured, as
hundreds have Ueeu a. ready We sliah be pleased
to mail a she. t of testimonial to any i u:- r.:t.: i.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also cure all forms of D!!lo'ine. prevent Consti
pa'lou and Uyspepsri, promote Digestion, relieve
distress from too hearty enting. correct Disorders
of the Stomach. Stimulate the Liver, aud Regulate
tho UovvUe They do aii this by taking jut one
little pill at a doe. They are purely vegetable, do
not irrlpe or purge, una am nearly perfect as
it is possible (at a pill to he I'rlce tet is, 5 for
1. Sol'! by drnj;gln everywhere or si'jit by mall.
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. ERIE. I'A
T It T "TILS.
Hop Litttrs me the I'tir-o-t ur.d best Litter
They are compnuLdcd .'r..n HOI S. ECCHl'.
MANDRAKE and DANDELION -the oldest,
be": and most valuable nieu.cir.ie In the world
and coLtaln a.l the best sad uio-t cjrative prop
erties of nil other Hitters, being the- grthteft
BLOOD Fl'RIFIEli. LIVER REOL'LATOR,
and Life and Ii.-ulth Kftonug agent ca curth.
'o diseiee or Hi health car. po-ribly lot.g ex
ist where tuese Iiit:erf are um J. so varied and
perfect are tlieir orerations.
They glv..- r.ew life aLd :gor to the as.'(!at,d
luflrra. To all whose empli-yiuents cause trrejr
u!u:ty of the bowels or urinary organs, or who
re-(Blr;an uppetizer. tontc ucd mild stimaUnt,
these Bitters are invaluable, being highly cura
tive. toLlc and Mlmuat'.ts. witht:;t intoxicat
ing. No natter wist yoi.r feci.ngs or svraptrns
HT'i. whut the disease or ullniect I. use Hop
Ritti.-rs. Don't wait until you i.re sick, bnt ifyoa
onijr fc-el l ad or Qteerabie. use the Litters at
or.ee. It ciav save tuuri.fe. Hundreds have
been saved by so dolLg. Say3f will be paid
tor a case they w iU not cure or help.
Do not suffer yoarelf or let your friend suf
fer, but r.se and nrerhein to us Hot) D:tters.
Remember. Hop Hitters Is no vile, drugged,
driskeu nos'rin, but tue purest and best niedl
cii.e ever n.adt: :he -Iiivt:'.:J Friend at.d
Hope." and no p'.-rsot or family sto::ld be witli
out thi:n. Trv thej:;ter to dnv
Hop Diners Mfg Co.. Roc'aester, New York
aa Toronto. C anada.
FOR J-ALE DY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Obtained for new inventions, or for icprovecents
oa old r.cs ; for medical or other compounds, trade
Darks and labels. Caveats. "Assignments, Inter
ferences. Appeals. Salts for Infringements, and
all cases arising under the Putent Liws. prompt
ly attended to. Inventions that have been
Pi? TIiY1TFTihr 1110 '!lU,Dt '-'ii:J may still,
IlJjJ Ilivil-il' in cioft case.s, betiatemed ty
us. Heicg opposite the U. 8. Fatent Deramnect,
snd engaged In Patent br.smess escius'vely. we can
make closer searches, atid secure Patent more
promptly, and with broader claims, than those who
ar- remote from Washington.
1 VVF YTOTW n model or sketch f
ll xjA X yJllO your device: we nakc ex-
astnaiiCL ur.o auvisn as 10 iiaieciai'iiuy, nee 01
charge. Ail correspondence str.ctly confidential.
Prices low, and C" chf.rge unlets Patent is secared.
n C T'. le'r lU " aruiu,.'ju, iw uuu a veiuiw .v
General D. M. Key, Kev. F. D.Power Tte (jennan
American Na'ioiiai B.nk, to of3ciais in the U. S.
Patent Office, aud to Senators and Representatives
In Congress: and especially to onr clients in every
State In the Union and :n Canada. Addrell
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite Pat nt Office. Washington D. C
PROPRIETOR OF SPROUT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICE BY THE C1R L01D OR TON.TVELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street aud Levee,
rJIEE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. OALLrDAT, President.
H. L. UALLIDAY, Vice-President.
T1IUS. VT. UALLIDAY, Cashier.
8. ITAiTS TATLOB. W. P. BAU.nAT.
nMKr t. HAI.UD4T, B. O. Ct'MNrNUDAV,
. D. W tUJAHSON, STEPH1N Blim.
B. 8. CAKPKI.
Exchaucre, Coiu and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
DopfitrecelTcd and I ecral backlnir bnavneM
45 YEARS BEFORE TIIE PUBLIC.
Dr. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended os a remedy "lor all
the ilia that flesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver, ani all Billions com
plaint!,, Djspepsm, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVEH.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS,
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLase'b Liver Pill.
Each wrapper bears the Ei'gnctures of C.
McLane and Flemiso Bkob.
f Insist upon having the genuine Da.
C. McLave's Liteii Pills, prepared by
FLEMIMG BROS.. Pittsbnrffh, Pa.
the market being full of imitations of the
nume McLane, spelled differently but same
The Promoter and Perfec
tor of Assimilation.
The Reformer and Vital
izer of the Blood.
The Producer aud Invi?
orator of Nerve & Muscle.
The Builder aud Support-
er of Brain Power.
COMPOUND SYRUP OF
1? corapou'd or injredlt;nts Identical with thoge
which c.)t.-t:tate Uealthy Hiood. Mucie aod Notre
asd Drain Si:h?t&nce, whilst life lueif It directly
d.jecd.tit npon iome of them .
Ey i:i uuion with the blood. at,d lt effect npon
thtmuK'ci. ro-tstnbiishintht'oue and tonlnuthe
other, it it capable of ciiuctlaj! the following re
nin: It wl'J diUce or w.ish out tuberCQlous matter,
aad thu cBrecotifumi'tion.
Ilv iricreiui ue.-voa ar.d njQsca'.ar vlifor. It
will cure d''lA'PfU. r.tbUor Itttfrrupted action of
thtf ht-art tad palpitation, wvakucs of Inteilt-ct
car.sed by frief. Kear-, overtax or trrvraiar habits,
broLch;t:c (acnte or chronlci, coagcetioa of the
lnr.. oven la tu moit alaraiicsft'ijrus.
It curv asthma, lor of voice, neuralgia. St. Vitnn
dancu. epileptic rltf . whoopinjconirh. nen'oucuef.
ndi u must wonderful adjunct to other remedies
!n.-Bs;air.i:-l:le di:rin? the process of dlptheria.
l)o not be deceived 1 y remedies hearing a similar
tcnic. no oiiier preparation in a rabstitute for this,
ui.der hlv circurr.stiinces.
Lookout tor the r..-.rie and sddrosj, J. I. FEL
LUW.i. sr. John. N. B . on the yellow wranDer in
water-nark, yhich ii feen bj holding the paper
SOLD BY ALL DKlOGISTS.
SYMPTOMS OF A
!." n'a?'-!t'v mi'i, b.,wi' rrtivc ra;n !p
WIIIIMH Mill IMWBIMCTMIMMi)MW
iiir''.h!Lj. Lli.lj',';l.',lll .I'-, '''"' l1 ' '
m " I i ' -i . .i.-r-'r ,i i . . iiiini-.. ul:-r e . ' -
nii'J'!. r::t! : ;:y ol t.-t:,pr. ii.w ;.n-, i -. .,
Ui'.KIorv. it !e-.i:ic'f h-.vi!i... u :e.l c I'H
I millllll MUM iBMim
di-- '!..'.iie-i. MiiN-r.!..' ni r r.- jr: .
If ihM wrnlnj? are nr.hpilvl, serious di?etise
wui oou ne ueveii.pea.
Tl'TT' PILL S re epocia:!y adapted to such
cae. or.i d'e e;Teotiach a ctuatte of feeling a
toatonih the (n:!Vrer.
A Noted Divine Says:
Dr Tutt: Dear Sir; For ten yotr I have been a
martyr to d.vi,nepia. con'ti nation and pl.m
Latjprlnii your pills ware recommended; I uud
them. I am now a will man. havj a snoi appe
tite, dlijeiiion perfect, renlar too!, pilen cone,
and havt sained forty pcund of Heh. They are
worth their weiiht in gold.
REV. K. L SIMPSON, Lftn!dl!e, Ky.
They Increase the appetite, aud cauac the body
totaltj on rlueh.th'ia tljn nvatem It nourished, and
by thutr tonic action on the digestive organ, n'k'tt
lar Hoolt are produced. Price 45 CJnti. 3.1 Mur
ray Street, N. Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE
(jrav hivfr op trliUbupi ph.niviit t.ft(.lnd.v h!nrlr
by a idtiule application ol tint dye, It impart a
naiunu r.oior. acra innauaaeourfiy. oiii ny cms
gtt, or tuut bvcxttreaion recuintof II.
OlHce. 35 Murray Street, New York.
K A TU?mP0A YEAR, or to
SL? I k I If I'N a dav in vour erwu locality
aln I all II iN'orlKk Women do a well
iu L vJ J JM muu wny mak mor6
TT w v -v than the amount mated
above No one can full to
make money fnt. Anv one can do the work. Yon
can make from Mc to t-an hour by devoting yonr
evening audtparo time to the hutltittt. It coett
nominate try tne baine. roth!nir mo it for
monuy making evuroif.'md before ltnalnc pleat
at; and strictly honorable. Header. If yen want to
know all about tho bet paving bu!uepi before the
fiublic, tend nt four addrun't aud we will tend too
ull particular and private term fToe:amp!ei
worth IJ aio free: you can then make nn vonr
mind forvouMHlf. Addruaa USURUB STfriSON
Co., I'ortlandJMatnt. i
WIDOWS AND WIDOWERS.
Letter to Chicago Tribune.
'Tea," continued my brother-in-law, un
coascicous of my silent contempt for his
opinions, "your Uncle John is In a danger
ous condition, for there are two widows,
four old maids, and 6ix school-girls dead
set after him, and I feel it is only a ques
tion of time, and that sooner or later
probably sooner he will have to succumb,
lie is a man of great strength of character
and I believe he could withstand the school'
girls and maidens, but I feel in my inmost
soul tuat tho widows heaven help him!
will prove too much for him." for mv
brother-in-law reasons in tho usual logical
way, that a man is weak because he is
etrong, and a woman strong because she is
"I have," said he, as if endeavorinu to
justify his actions, "acquiesced in my wife's
diabolical design to have them ud to tea.
because I, who have had so much expe
rience with women, know that they will
rule, and, as I have been there.' and 'know
how it is myselt, " he continued ia his
slangy way, "I Welieve it is much better to
wed a widow as I did, who knows how to
rule, than to be experimented on by
raw recruit. After all. mat
rimony and driving horses are a
good deal alike, and the widow will Gath
er up the lines gently, hold them well in
band, and drive your Uncle John on an
easy trot over the road of wedlock; but, if
he marries one of the girls who does not
understand the art of driving, she will
pick up the reins with a spasmodic jerk,
rear him back into a mill race or an abyss,
yank him this way and that, run
into ever' rut, bound over each
stone, and strike every stump, drive
on the road on one side to see if there is a
bird's nest in a certain tret, and through a
mud puddle on the other to discover what
kind of a flower that is anyhow. She'll
run him down hill and gallop him ud. whin
hirn when he doesn't need it, and let him
go when he does need it, keep him in a
lather of perspiration, and all the time
weeping and yelling that she never saw
such a vicious old brute in her life, when in
reality the animal is all right and only the
driver is at fault," and here my brother-in-law
picked up his hat and went out to get
LvDiASJ Detredatioss. The fair read
er shudders when she thinks of the set
tlers wife watching from the door of her
rude hut, the retreating form of her hus
band going out to his daily labor going
out perhaps to return not again, for before
nightfall a savage hand may have laid bim
low among the prairie grasses. Or it may
be a child, a bright-eyed daughter, 13
bnaicuea away in a ungamecl moment, to
grace tne next war dance. When we read
the heart-rendering details of these savages
uepreuations, we are apt to blame the gov
ernment for not taking more strict precau
tion to insure the settler's protection.
But we daily read of tho depredation of
mat arca-nena, consumption, with scarce
ly a thought of the terrible inroads it is
making in human life. Tens of thousands
of homes are annually desolated bv con
sumption to one by Indian outrage. Like
tne Indian, consumption oftenest comes
stealthily, and no danger is apprehended
until the victim suddenly finds himself
nopeless ensnared, and death's fatal arrow
ends the scene. Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery, a powerful alterative, or
o:ood-purner, and tonic; has restored
thousands of consumptives who had tried
every other remedy recommended to them,
without obtaining any relief, and are
wining to testily to its remedial powers.
EXTENSIVE ELECTRIC LIGHT EX-
H ilyokeCMass.) Joarnal
The Paper City is to be the scene of an
extensive-experiment in the use of the
electric light. II. C. Spaulding, of Boston,
who was at first going to put his plans into
effect in that city, has come to Ilolyoke on
account of the cheap power, and has made
arrangements with the Water Power com
pany to put a wheel into their new pit
near Cabot street expressly for his use,
To make the experiment which he will
attempt will require 150 horse powers, or
over two mill-powers, or enough to run a
paper mill. A tower about 175 feet high
will 'be built, and surmounted by an im
mense lantern of such power as to put all
former electri,: lights completely in the
shade. Mr. Spaulding will put up this
tower and apparatus at his own expense,
but he hopes to succeed so well that the
city will adopt the system. He is extreme
ly enthusiastic and sanguine as to the re
sults; of the experiment, and his expecta
tions go far beyond the achievements of
any previous electrician. He says that
with seven such towers as he intends to
build he can make the entire city as light
as day both indoor and out. His idea Is,
that by filling the atmosphere above the
city with light ho will get effect that we do
from the sun and its reflected light, and
that te shadows will be no darker than
are those made by the sun. nis idea is to
fill the sttatum of atmosphe$ just
above tho city so completely with
light that it will permeate spaces
which no direct rays reach, just as the gun's
ight docs immediately rtfter the sun; has
set. The light which he expects to throw
out from one lantern will bo equal to 300,
000 candles, while the largest electric liijht
yet attempted by' any one else has been of
but 10,000 caudle power. The apparatus
will cost $13,000 irrespective of any invest
ment for power; but after the lyt
tem is once in operation the cost of run
ning it, aside from tho power, will be small.
The expense of lightning Ilolyoke a pres
ent, public and private, is estimated at
1100,000 a year, and for about that amount
tho seven towers which are proposed could,
be set up and the lights put Into operation.
Mr. Spaulding came to Ilolyoke on account
of tho public-spirit of its principal citizens
and its chap power, and because it will bo
a good ptyci from which to advertiso the
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Nubsert The following Is an extract
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