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CAIKO. ILLINOIS. TUESItAY MORNING., MAUC1L. 7. .,1882.
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4,vr--N.H. ThiaUewood. '
Tru.uriT-T J Kerth.
i.Vrkl)rnuie.J, roley. .
i'ounaelor--Wm. B. OtIUert.
MrtieJ-L. U. .Veyera,
i.ttm"uey William Hr.drvke.
miu or ixutKuc.
fxt Ward Peusr ct&nu. T. M. Kltnhrou-a.
seroud Ward Jee llhikle, ('. N. Iluxhel.
Third Wrrt-lt. F. HUk, John Wood,
fourth Ward UtiHflet O. Palter, Adolpb
'"iii'h Ward-T.Vv Uelttdar. KrtiMt H. PnttU
I'irruit 4idi?n Maker.
circuit Clerk -A. tl Irrln.
i I'nuniv Jmli;-lt. Vocu'4.
County Clerk. ri. J. llumm.
County Utoruey J M. Wernrnn.
County Trauer Milee V . I'arker.
County Uommleiunuf-T. W Usluaay.
lill.n ami VuUt saup
JMAillU 4iPflf . Cw'i f"'h
i ntvai lilim Ural end I'nr
aireela; prcachliut uratetid lUird Sunday lu
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Morning payV;':iWi. in.. evrulr. reye.-a. F
'. liavioport, T. K. Hector.
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LLIiSOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Sliortest iiud Quickest Route
St. Louis and Clucao.
Tiro Onlv liine Runuiuir
0 DAILY TRALWS
Makino Direct Coknkciion
TuaiNl taa Cih.:
3;15 u in. Mull,
ArrlrluslnSt. I.onia a m ; t.hicnao.f :W p.m.;
ConoiM'tiJ'S at OilinanJ K8iniiaiu for Inclti
caii. Louiavlile. Inillariapolif aul ! tntP Kht.
llll() H,m. ft. liOtiiN uml WneiUTii
Arrlvlns In Ht. Louie 'i :0)i p. m., and cnunectin.j
for alfpnrjt v'at.
A:iit p.iti. Fat Kxprmn
JnrHl Loulaanrt t:hlci.-J. arrlv;nu at St. Loot
tu:) p.m., and Chicago 7:v a m
4:VJO p.m. Cliitn"ti lOitprrw.
ipri.ini. at iMnclntiatl :) a.m.! Louievtlle 7:'
a.Bi.; inoiauapoii " .". rl "i i
thia train racb the alwvf polnta I J to .Jtl
IKii;its in whence ol auy other route.
ItrThe : p. m""Iipri haa PL'UjMAN
M-kKPlNHCAH Cairo to Cincinnati, wltno-it
chanuee, and through lleepora to M toula and
Funt Time Kast.
rHsSfllJl'ITS orn point, wlvhout any deity
rauffd by Snndav Inwrvenltin. Tbe Salurdiv after
noon train from Cairo arrive in now Yo'k Monday
nornlns at 10:.V. Tblrty-aU hour In aUvancvol
ny othur route.
fflPor thfimuh ticket and furthe tnfunnatton.
imiT at llllnol Central Itatlrimd Depot, t:aUo,
J An. J0IIS8UN, , ,1 ll.JtiNBK,
lien, Switliern Aiteut. Tlravt Age1''-
. M . llAt80N, pn Aont r.hlravo
QEORUK 11. LEACH, M. I).
Physician and 'uxwon,
Sicclal atUntlon paid to the 1omeoiittMr tr-at-nient
of ttrulcal dlneaau. and ilteac of womoti
Office: Ou Utkitrant. oipoi(Ui the Port Office,
Valru, III. ,
nil W. C. JOCYLYN,
OTr"l'a ..Kiv.tk itrnl. naf!nni w(a Avenne
jH. B. W. WUITLOCK,
Omoa No. 1U Commercial Atibm, betwteo
( W. WIIKELEU,
Summer Wood and Kindling
eoDttantlr on Ban
At Sevfiity-flv tu'QtH per load.
At ohm dullar (wr Ion1.
Thn "lrtmmltir"re euar) atlnfrt nd maku
ihe bit ornmer wood fur nioklng purptxatai well
w the cl)ap4t emr olrt Id C'al;o. ror black
'Toltb't ntnitmirttrt, they are aonqnaliod
mvh Tniif f)trtnr at tbe Tuntb trt wonn vM
AIRO CITY FERRY CO.
niREE WPVi STATES.
l)n and after Monday, .lone ?th, and otitll Inrthet
nuke ihrriybnl wlllmakt trip aa follow:
.v Liavia lairaa
'oi Pourtb et Mltaonrl Und R. Keprnck) Ld (
II . m. a. m. t a. m.
Id:ii0a. to. 10:30a. m. 11a.m.
i:iiu.m ' J Si ji.m. I p m.
t;Ofp.m 4:Vo.m. 5;tt)p.m
" 1. 1. VS i n ' o.ro
"THE IIALLUIAV" .
A New and complete IT -tel. ftntlni on L!ve
hecond and Hellrotkd Street,
Tb Pn"pnjtT I) not ol tk) t'hlcairo. T Lonl
an'- .iw (irln: Illlnol. ivmrnl: Wa' ah. St.
I.oiita a ii it Pitrtni-: Icon Mountain and S uthern.
Moh i and OUn: air. and St. Louie Kutiwey
are all jut ir'oii the atrret : while the Steamboat
Lmi '1 1 k U tint one a ;nare die taut,
Thii Hotel la healed ey tuam. h tpam
Lauuilrv, Mvil-tiMlIc Klrvaior. Klear'e I' II Hull
Aiiininn.tlc Plra-Aliirm. Baih. ahaolut'-ly puro air.
perlivt rwraL'e and i.omi'lete appointment.
MiiihtI) f'lri.idtluK; perfect rvtce; aodanuu-axe-
U A taMc
r p. paukwu & at ..Tf
.. .eeM aeeee..
foinrafi-cial Avenue and Riffhfh Street,
P. mOSS. Preatdnnt.
II. WELL.S, Curhlur.
T J. Kocth, Am i eaah
p. Bruaa . Ca'ro 1 WillUro K ntre. .Cairo
I'eerSvrT " Wllhnm Wolf..,, "
l M Oaterloh " Tatier "
E.A Uudcr " I" Wolle "
J. Y, Clunvon, Caledonia.
A GENKIU". BANKING HU'JINHS DONE.
Bschainu no'.l andhouuhl. Intereat pnlil In
tlinMtvliw Dprtmenl Tollec Ion nvitle and
all buaiuuta prtaity attotn'od 'o.
XEVV YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THK CITY.
noons sold very close
O. O, PATIKJ? & CO.,
Oor, Nineteenth atreet I Pftim. I1L
COBUnetcialATaau VttUWf UU
Notleo If heitbr siren to all ofrnn ln'eretil
tbt the city council of toe clir of Cairo, llllDoli,
DaTiinroraurvn iy orouunc dd.bu.
Unction 1. TUat Blith r. t. fiom 1 ve itteet
to Commercial avi oe; t'omniHret . I venue, from
outberly Id af Hlilh .trrei to nortbr)y aide of
KiL'tilh itreet, and Klybtb itrert, from Coinmer
clti ariia to ab ogiio T oue be tmprovud In
lb mannor b'tiiafir ptorMen. Said Htreeia
to bu enTtred evltn erivnl of good quillty lor uc b
parnoe,or with macadam or iiroken limeetone, or
both to th-r, io be luld to a dvptb of one foot la
the cen'er of fttil iln-en wlib a uradual decline
to a thlrkne-a of niae lucboi at tbe fe of 'he
((uttering: provided laid un vt hall b flrM e'ad
d to ailn give proper crown, affording ufflclvut
Hect'.on . CnrMnc of food bard llmettone. at
leat twenty Incbea lu dp h.aOJSuot lean lbin fuiir
lucin-'in tli r.kneaa, aliall be laid in a pnpar and
workmanlike manuer In aaid, atravta on a line 1
fetdltaM frm hue of Iota frnntlnit on Comtner
rial avetiue and 1 fe t d'.atant Irom lit e of lot
fiouilniron Siiih and Kithib atrextn. raid curbing
hall b't properly connected with ruiturlntr at leaat
'hri-e feet wide of tame oual.ty of iimeatone a
tbe inrhlnK. cunatrncled with blorkl of raid f looi
not l- e. than arven Intbe. thick, to he firmle laid
In a vrorVjuanllko manner, bavn aptilled to the
county rfi-irt of Ale aud.r rountv lor an
mnt of (hacoi'iaof iildrmpruvmpiita accordini;
to bentflta. and an aieJaitut thereef bavins b. eu
nia-e and retnrued to raM conrt the final liearlns
th "eon will he bad at the Marrh term of lain
court, rommenclus ou tbe eeooud Mocilay of
Ail peraona 'ealrlns may then a d there appear
and how caue. If any the have, wbv Jodirmi'nt
ehnnlri nn hr vn'nreo aealnil tbupropr Ivaet'inltiej
on aalfl iinpr'ivemni!i. fir aurh nm a Dave lieen
atiuaaed. M K sTI'KDA V .
. I) J OAM.IOAN, V Com.iilwlonera
N A DfiVOHK,
Cairo. March 2. It&l.
SSESbMENT NOTICE. , . -
Notice I hereby tfren to all peranna lnternted
That the rltv council ot the r ty ot Ca ro Illlnol.
havloisoido'ed hy Ordlnaree No M
"Mactlon '. That the followlds "Iduwalk be con
irn ted of wood, viz; On the rortnorly aide of
twelfth atrnef from Wuhlnstoo arenne to Walnut
atreel and on 1 h northerly- , ide of Kourtentb In
front ol lot nnmher thirty three (S3.) thlrtu fonrCM.)
thirty dve (.Vi.) th.rty U ..) and Blrtv "even (S7.)
lu block number eeventv fl (75.) riy of Cairo
'.Section i. That a i.dcwalk be conilmcted of
brick on tbe northerly rda of eight atruet from
Commercial lo Wiealupta avuue; ai d on b tb
aide of blxlb tree from Levee itreet to Com-uien-lal
"eVc'ton 8 That the ldwa!k on the wcater'v
Ida ef ta'aahingtoii avenue fro -a Fltth lo Sixth
itreeu ho recoti.tructed of wood
"Section 4. Tb-1 the aid -walk on tbe, ontb lde
ofTbl'tv-foutb atreel from Commercial avei,ne tia
point 27S feet eaut of Sycamore Hre-1, herC0 '
iru'ted of clndet or gravel In iluw of the o'd
wooden walk now evUtinif have applied to the
Connty Coirt of Alexander County for anaM
meiito tbe eo't of a'd iniproveinent. according
to benefit; and an aaneaaiueut thereof htvltii? been
made and returned lo paid c nr. the finul liearlni;
thi run will be bad at tbe March lrm ol laid mart
cnmmeLclu oo the aecojd Monday of War b, A. I).
All peraon detirins mav then and there appear
and aliow cau.e. if nv lorre I why ludiiemcnt
ahould not be entered aai'irt the pr jminei for lie
aiovuut of pa d . ment.
M. EiSTKIiUAT, I
I). J. HALMiiAN, v Commliiiooer.
N A. DttVOKK,
Cairo Illlnola. March i. 182.
Notice I b -rehy siven to a'l ceranoa Intere ted.
that tbe city council of toe city of Ca ro Ilii oi-.
baviiiK ordered a et loftn m oru Band'. o. &..
Section l. Tht me lo'.owliif iitewtiaa oe
contructvl f brick, viz: On inn north aide of
Sixtn Mreut from C'oinnii cial to a-hl.inlon ave
nuea; ou livln ile or seveutti ir. ei, irom i.oin
murctal to Uk.h,Di;tu aveonne; ou the. eaiiterly
'de of M n.blncton av, line, from Eiifnth,' ireel to
rounact wiiti brick eidewalk in fr. nt of lot & in
block '.M. cltv: on wet .ie of M anhinuton avontie,
Wtueen ix'tneuu Sevi-ith ttreeta, and oil weal
tide of t'ouinierctai avemu lu fruLl of Ifta 8. 7 and
in block e.citv.
ectio. 1 Tlut a rldewalk be roo-tructrd f
wood ou tne ei-terly aide of Poplir at'eet, f om
Teclh io Teirth -treeta; on northerly aide o'
rouneinth atreet, between alnnt ai.d Cecar
a'r.et. aud ob.av;ci)-. aidii of Ce,dar atreeu be
tween Kuu teantb and Flfie fitu t u, audo;.
nortb- rlv aide of i weot-eventh treet, between
comm.Klai avi-nne and Popiar treet .
Secviou it That the l!lowtng aiucwaiK no ro
natructedolwood, vz: On w at tide of Wh-
inetoti avei.ne, oelween Two.nu ana jnineoum
a: e- le;on aoutli aide of Twiitle'b afreet, between
Poular a reet and Coh.nitrcial veun; on weal
aide of Commsrrla. avcn'.e. hetwe- n K khteentb
a d i wetiilcii) uti'i-t; on loutb ldo of I'went
ei hth, heiwce-i Oiuiiuen'i'l avenuo and Poplar
trr'.-t; otiwi'.! aide -f t'omiuercinl are un, between
T i--eveiiibsuilT ei.ty-oli;uth; o norO aide
. f El)!bteeiitb t tr et b-l-eio 1'oplar tr.-eiHi-d
i i,niu.rni avenue, on wo-ieriy aioe oi i,eeo
r e -t ttvnttng l,,t 1 to H im itifive, in h'k rl, city.
Kccnon 4. That dm er walk be but t on th' weal
aide ol Commercial avenne. lnl,. u Seventeenth
am r.tubt euth irvcte. and on the xoutu aide of
Kourih rtnet, brtweei) 4ihtii2ton , venue ana
Waluut uree'. ' have anplled to "lie cou-1 court
o Aieaudr en lutj for an anaeaaent of the coeta
of id improvement, according to be -ell'ji; and
ao aenu-nl thereof ha tu be.tn madu a d re
tmned to ild court, th- flnsl hcarlu then-nn will
be had at the .Man a term or " Id court comtn-nc-,ii
if on the ' ond Moi.day of March leflj.' All per
a. in, rie-lriyit mar then a 11-1 thi-re appearand rliow
ratiae. If any thv have; why Judgment ahould not
heentereo apiltiai tnu prouu iv anuuiui: on ana
tmtirov muDla. for lueli auma a have been i-
aim.d. M. EAfTliKDAY,
. J. liAl.l.tU VV
N A. KVOKK,
Cairo, Ilia , March i, lftr. .
Nitice U hereby slveo to all poraona luterci'i-d,
tbiit tun City Councilor lie Cily of Cairn, IHinoi,
hwlti ordi-reil aa ael forth in Orilltia ce No. ti.
"rJL-c.lon l. That a wooden alilewalk be cnuntruit
ed on the iatoriy aide oi Cooimurclal avouuv from
Fourth to Second atreeta."
Section tl That tbo ddewnlk, bow ahuUlns "lot
IK, in block Z), n tbe city or Cairo, bo re nnntr not
ed of wood," bave applied tu the couti'y court of
Alexander iiiuuty for a i aia,ii-nivut ol the co-l of
ald tmnrovo- eul. ancordlnir to heu-flti: and an
aamint thereof havlnr been madu an rerurn
e to aaid c-iurl, tbe f.n-il buartus Iht reou will be
had at the March term or aald conn com nenclnir
on the r-econd Mondav of Miirch, ISvl.
II peron donlring may thou and mere appear
and ahow reue. If euv they bave; why Judgment
"hould not ro entered auaint the pripety abut
line on alil improvviuuuta, '"r audi timi havo
beeut-aeaatd. 'M. K STKHI)AY,
N. 4 DKV 'UK,
Cairo. Illlnol", March S, m.
HHESSME T NOTICil.
Notice I horthv Riveu lo nil poraon tiitereaUid,
mat ine euv to nry ol iiiocuviii iai;o la. a it
Ins irtlered a aet fiirlh lu Ordinance No. an.
"Suitlou I. Thitlhu aidewalk, nn the w atnrlr
aid" of Wiahinstoii avenue, from the northerly end
of the cr.taa walk on Sl"t aire t to (be aoutherly
end of cri aa walk ou sMth. be reconalructed of
ond. In acconlaure with the requtrrmenta of the
xltlud ordlnnncee ot the cltv providing lor the
construction and recouvtriictton of rtewalk.
Hei'tlonll. 'J hat a wooden aid walk he roort'SCt
d on the (oath ildeof Twuntii th atroet fraru Wa.b
inoton to cootn at with J . B. Heeil'i properly : lio
ih-.t wooden ildewalk he cnnaiiucted on nerth
aide of Twunty-aecond tt from Walnut 'treet to
Collar atnet,v hve a palled to ihflcountv nourtnf
Alexander cosnty ror an arnrmmati: or tne eoaia
of ld lmiroveuie: ta, ac ordlus t ' henefllat and
naicnmouf the i of bavin' been made and re
nM,,.d in .aid court, ti a flail hcarlim then-on will
be had attb March term ofnin c-'ort iiamanolii
n theiccon MundM of March. lt.
AHi-eraouarlealrlDKntayliieuand 'Hire appear
and howr.ns. If any they havM why J idnment
hosld nnth vnterud a.'atnitthe property nut
las on Mid improve.veiite, fur auch anm a have
eeaaaaeaaed. N. RAH RHDAY. i
). f QI.LlNA1.
JJ. A, EVOIIK,
Natural Fruit Havers.
0 y h Bii
Prepared from the choicest
Fruit$f witunit coloring, poitoti
ow.t oils, acld, or artificial
Laxmces. Mway uniform In
rtr'rjfh, without mi if ndtiltera
tionn nr Impwrillr. Have gained
their reputation front their iter
feet 1 puritfr, mtpwtor ntrrngth
and qualit. Admitted by all
vKo luive used them as the mot
delicate, grateful and natural
favor- for cakes, puddings,
STEELE & FEICE,
Chicago, lit., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Mftkira of Lupnlln Yoaat Genu,
Dr. Price's Crcmm Baking Powdor,
and Dr. Price's Untqaa Perfuxaos.
We make no second grade goods
Oscar Wilde lectured Sunday night at
Chicago and was listened to ty lens than
A V lenna dmpatcli "ays 40 persons arr
repotted killed by the falling io of a shaft
of ainiuo near Ti-plrz.
At L 'uiavilli- tJiinil)' night Irish citiKenb
filled Masonic temple, celebrating tlin liirtb
day of Emmet. The ex rcUvs embrtceii
music, speeches etc.
At M'.lwiukee, Wis., SumUy, a nun sup
post'd to bo M ix Gonlon, agent of the Get
man Immigration society, wns killed b
the curs at the Uuion dl'put.
A iMild burtflury occurred Sunday pigh:
at Mansfield, 0. The thieves removed n
paue of glass and atnlc a lu of jewelry and
a large quantity of 1utter, etc.
At Tiffin, 0., Saturday the dend body of
an iufjtit was found in a vault' with marks
on the neck indicating strangulation. , A
woman named Mrs. Newsun coufescsd sii
was Uie molhec.ut toe child and was ar
rented. , i
A. S. Riberts, ot PitikstatX Lawrenie
enmity, arrived in Springfield Sunday niijht
to consult with the governor on measures
of relief for people in the southern coun
ties of the Btate stiff tring from the drought
of last year. He alleged that many pcoph
of property are in want and' unable to sup
ply the means of subsistence till the new
crop comes; that aid from the state not
expected, but that if the legislature will au
ttiorizu the county boards where actu vl
want exists, to issue lmnds, buy grain with
the pneeeds, and sell the same to the needy,
taking iheir obligations for it, all tho help
needed will ho obtained. Ho will confer
with the governor to-morrow.
Ho BwkHd'dEeeu Heading. !
runsrtnt to of.lcial: "I come to get a
f Alport. I want to emigrate to tho
Ollieial: "What put thut fool notion
In your head.?"
Pensnnt: "I'vo boon lookiny; ovor a
Olliciiil: "Yes I know; you hnvo rend
some of those lying immigration pamph
lets that Imve turned your head. They
are full of nothing but lie."
Peasant: "No, sir that is not the kind
of book that hits caused me to want to
bettor my fortune in America. I hnve
been looking in our UM.ossiuent book,
mid studying out how big rny taxes uro
getting to be over hero in Uenuauy.
That's tho book that makes mo' want to
get out of tho cuiKitry." licrlin Vaper.
A few daj s ago a vessel in Chieugo
was loaded with 7.r),000 bushels of grain
In eighty-eight minutes. This illustrate
what modern appliances arid improved
machinery can do and hro doing.
Littlo Tonniiy's Oonnndram.
. . "Mom," Raid little Johnny Periwinkle
Iho other clay,, addreaslng his maternal
farcnt, 'what dotts 'lesthetie' niean?
heard Mrs. Mtibby say yes' day that
you won a disciple of their uitlieti'j
't'stnetic, my son," said Mrs. Peri
winkle, asslio illnhed Mr. Periwinkle's
red llannol shirt out of a wash-boiler,
"is an extreme love of the beautiful;
the too, loo nttcrly Intense all-bittness of
everything that is lovely. Gh!" she ex
claimed, clasping her hands rtpturotiN
ly, "how supremely divjno U the study
of this noble science P"
"Well, , mom,'' said Jolinny. "I've
Sot a acsthelio conundrum fcr yer.
, nat'l the difference between this nut
rm holdln' In mv band nml , A No. 1
sshrtefroia a William goal? Give Vf
up? Why, one 'Is n butter-nut and the
other In nn iticrbult. fcw?"
; Jiiliiinv studied t"1 ho seienco of tho
bcautifv'' la Ub vk-1''
' Americwisa ys. Anglicism.
Tim vnt loverly between tho SI.
Jnwai (Ifurtte uiu' the I'ull Mull (Jusdle,
which lnle v attracted consulcealile at
tention on both sides of the water, sug
gests soino cuiious contrasts between
American and English life, which, it is
especially well to consider at this time
when the title of hnglishnien ot the bet
ter classes who are seeking our shores
is altogether unprecedented. A year
ago tho London limr.n called upon the
American peoolo to cease being imitators
and demanded that we should strive for
a distinctive find characteristic intellect
tial life; and now the fact is beginning
to d:iwn upon tho world that without
any effort, but as the mere result of our
national growth and development, we
have a peculiar and distinctive Ameri
can individuality a life that is not En
glish either by imitation or inheritance,
i'he fact that this is not appreciated or
understood by, either of tho parlies to
the controversy above referred to is
hardly surprising. i
Do Toctpieville U the only foreigner
who has hcei able to get nt the marrow
of our American life. He savhow ab
solutely the conditions of growth and
development in the OM World were
reversed in the new, nnd ho detected in
ijits very genus that, intellectuality that U
but now assuming. iu just proportions
and asserting its proper ; clnijns to dis
tinctiveness in the eyes of tho world.
America can no longer be regarded as a
transplanted England. In literature, in
art, as well as in political thought, it
has passed the period of tutelage and is
bound to give utterance to itd own life
and aspirations. The best life of the
modern world has to come to us for gen
erations. IJy a course of natural selec
tion, the strongest and bravest of the
Old World lives have sought for better
ment on our shores. Iron-handed men,
promiitcd by a laudable ambition to be
more than the rigorous rule of caste and
custom would allow them to become at
home, have adventured all upon the
throw of emigration. CJolden-hearted
men who forgot themselves and thought
only of the good of their descendants
have buried their nobility in the chaos
of our unformed life. These burned
their bridges when thev came. They
brought the wealth of tlio fatherlands,
the seed of their ripest fruitage, and
buried it in our virgin soil. It grew,
not as a hybrid whoso elements may bo
clearly traced, but a distinct newspoeie-i.
America is the child of Europe, but the
American is of America, day by day and
ear by year growing more and "more
,!istiuet and idiosyucrasic Uur Conli
When lie began his travels in "Tho
Land of the Midnight Sun," Mr. Dti
Chuillu did not know When to go to bed
nnd when to rise. There was no night;
no stars were to be seen, and tho moon
gave no light, 'lie thus describes his
I fell into a deep sleep, and when I
awoke tbe sun shone brightly; but this
was no sign of a late hour, its' it was onlv
three, A. M. I slept again and when X
awoke everything was so still in the hotiso
that I took another nap; when I awoke
for the third time, I found that my watch
had stopped. .
TJien going into tho next room, I saw
by the clocktherethatit was one o'clcck,
P. M. The family laTiglied, for they had
kept ipiiet for fear of disturbing ui6.
Different Methods of Reaching the Sarw
"Conductor,1' suid a rather ponderous
specimen of ' the female sex, who clad
from head to heel in velvet, nnd whose
ungloved red hand, glittered with rings,
"conductor, stop X ho car opposite my
".Say, old fellow," called a passenger
of the opposite gender, whose whole get
up wits rather rusty, "say, conductor,
pull up when you "get to oldJ's rum
and cigar shop. I want to get ojit there."
The car was stopped as directed when
old J's shop was reached, and it was
noticed that both the above-mentioned
passengers descended uud made for the
Tho following honiiletio bint Is re-
Kirted as having come from President
.incoln: "I don't like to hear ciit-nnd-dried
sermons. No; when I hear a man
preach, I liko to see him act ad if ho
were fighting bees."
A Cheap and Simple Ice-Uonse.
Tho cost of putting up a supply of ico
will be more titan saved every season in
the saving of moat and vegetables, -to
say nothing of 'tho luxury of cold milk
for tho tablo and a dish of butter which
docs not suggest oil. Cutter making ia
so much rnoro profitable, too, when tho
milk can bo cooled rapidly, aj nothing
but ico will cool it.
Our Ice-hoiiso was a cheap experiment.
We had a small building which was used
for storing spades, hoes and other small
implements. It wus merely a framo
covered with clapboards. Tho floor
was taken out of a part of this building,
ami the sides built up from tho ground
with plank, making a deep bin. Tho
ground was covered with rough planks,
which wore in turn covered to the deptli
of six or eight inches with dry sawdust.
The cakes of Ico word laid in layers,
with a foot between the lee and tho sides
of the building. Care was taken to fill
tho interstices between the cakes with
broken Ico, which was made solid by
pouring water over It. When finishocf,
the Ico was a solid mass. Tho space be
tween the ice nnd walls was filled with
sawdust, crowded down very hurd, and
about ton Inches of s:iwdust was packed
down hard over the lop. Tho ico kept
well, and, with the exception of one year,
when ice could not be obtained here, it
has been used every season for ten years,
and has never failed ns yet. If the
drainage Is perfect and the ventilation,
good ovitr tho loo, It U sura to koen as
long as needed. ; Caro must bo taken,
however, t keep the sawdust firm ovor
tht top, and, as the lee Is taken out and
the sawdust from tho sides conies down,
it must bo removed so that It may net
v..-a.a) tafithfak over the. toi), ..,.,.. , (
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, '' ?! ' " " I M 4 ' ,'.( -J W.' '
Mr. Spoopendykr) rose to hla feet.'
Slowly ho divested himself of hU cloth
ing and slammed the various articles on
the floor, keeping his eye lixod on his
trembling wife.' , s i " ' " r '" ,
"Mrs., SpooiK'iidyko," said be, as ho
pranced Into bed "ho kind enorjgh to
regard mo as tho cheap edition. The
honor of cloth, with beveled edges, gold
letters on cover and the name epciled
wrong belongs to you. With that and
your literary attainments, combined
with your disposition to rftjfoct discredit
on an insane jackass, you tmly need your
corners turned down, your back torn
off to bo a circulating library!" With
which profound illustration of his con
tempt for the situation, Mr. Spoopen-
dyke drew his pillow over his head and
kicked vigorously, ... ' ,'
"I don't curo,rt thought Mrs. Spoopen
dyke, nj she ran a gathering stcihj
through the neelj o t!io baby's new
wrapper; "if the m:in says that Mr.
Spoopcndvl.'o goes tn bed mad every
night he tells the tr:th. and If hp docs
that I don't e.tr.t ". liM ho says about
nie.. .What I wou-Vr; mot about 14 how
long a fiptech tli( foreman tf iho 'jury
will make about, Mr.' (jlulteaif." '
. And Mrs. Spoopendyke crawled In on
her sido of the couch and then Hopped
; out again to seo if the man niulet tho
bed had not by some possibility got in
to the match safe and pulled tho cover
over himself. Brooklyn Euglt.
Piles! riles 1! riles!!!
A 8CTIE CCnE FOUND AT LAST. NO OSE NEED
A suro euro for the Blind, Bleeding,
Itching and Ulcerated Piles has been dis
covered by Dr. Willimiis (an Indian rem
edy), called Dr. William's Indian Oiut
nunt. A single box has cured the worst
chronic citscs of 23 ar d 80 years standing.
No one need suffer five minutes after apply
ing this wonderful soothing medicine.
Lotions, Instruments and Electuaries do
more harm than good. William's Oint-
mcni absorbs the tumors, allays the intenso
itching (particularly at night after getting
warm in bed),' nets as a poultice; gives
instant nnd painless relief, and is prepared
only for Piles, itching of the private parts
and nothing else.
Read what the Hon J. M. Cuffinberry, of
Cleveluiu, cays about Dr. William's Indian
Pilo Ointment: "I have used scores of
pile cures, snd it a Holds me pleasure to say
that I have never fount! anything which
gave Mich inntieiliate and permanent relief
as Dr. William's Indinn Pile Ointment."'
For sale by all druggists, or mailed on
receipt of price f 1.00.
Frank 8. IIknry & Co.,
Sole Prop's, Cleveland. 0.
For sale by Geo. E. O'haha, Druggis.
A Card. ,
To nil who are suffcrini; from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
aes, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will euro yon, fre
of charge." This great remedy was discov-'!
ered by a missionary in South America.',
Send a self aa dressed envelope to the Rev,
Joseph T. Innian, Station D, New fork
"It is Cnriuff Everybody.' ,
writes a druirsiat. "Kidney-Wort is the
most pnpulsr medicine we sell." It should '
be by rihr, for no other medicine has such '
specific action on the liver, bowels and
kidnrya. If you have those symptoms ,
which indicate biliousness or deranged
kidneys do not fail to procure it and use
faithfully. In liquid or dry form it is sold
by all druggistsSalt Lake city Tribune. '
fhe.Ha of OhJivIon '
would long since have swallowed Sozodont
in common with so nvwy forgotten tooth ,
pitstcrs and dentifrice, did not the exper-
ienee of a whole nation prove, that it pos- '
srss a sipnnl advnntatres. It thoroughly ,
rb a s the tei-th. dissolving and removing
their impurities; it revives their fading
whiteness and strengthens their relaxing
hold upon their sockets; it renders color
less, ulcerated gums hard snd healthy;
and besides neutralizing an unsavory breath,
invests it with its own fragrance.
Many Miserable Pkopi.e drng them
selves a'iou with failing strength, feeling
that hey nre steadily sinking into their
proves v-hen. by using Parker's Ginger
Tonic, tlioy would find a mre commencing
with 1 hit first dose, and vitality and strength
surely coming buck to them. See other . ,
column. , ' ; ,
Ponder on thfse Trnths.'
K'dnev Wort is nature's remedy for kid
ney and liver disoat.es, piles sod coostipa"'
lion. . '.'
Sediment or mucous in tho urirtr is a
sure indication of disease. Take Kidney
Torpid liver nnd kidneys poison the Mood
Kidney Wort revives them and cleanses tho
llenlaciir bilious attacks, rii-zines sna
m of appi-iite are cured by Kidney-Wort.
MADR VltOM II AKMLKaS MaTKIIIAIS. Slid
adapted to the needs of fading and falling ,
bnir, Parker's Hair Balaam has taken the ;
first rank as an elegant and reliable hair
A Cough, Cold or sore Throat : .
should bo stopped, neglect frequcntl re 1.
suits in an Incurable Lung dlioase or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder iho stomach liko cough synipa ;,
nnd baUams, but set directly on the Inflarayv
ed parts, allnyinar Irritatlun, give relief in
Asthma. Bronclntis, Couffbs, Catarrh, snd'
the Throt Troubles which Singera and V :
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Trochea hav) been ,
recommended by physicians, and Iwsy '
mve perfect ' sa'isfaction. Hatltig: beta ;
tested by wide and constant use for otarly
an eqtire generation, thfy 1ive attalDed
wrll-nienttsl rnuk arn'nu' tl few atapl v
remedies of tho age. Sold 'at Sft cents s :
box everywhere. : . - '?.' :
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