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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice, tu this column, elcht emu per Hue for
Sretsud See cents per line eech subsequent lueer
lion. Por on wmfc. SO cents pur liue. Por uue
tic-nib, w cents per uue
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cratch-book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally good lor Ink or pencil. For
Bale, la three sizes, at tno orace. no. u
8. five and icn ccnta each by the single one,
by the dozen or by the hundred, no varia
tion in price. '
A number of furnished rooms. Etiquiro
of Mn. S. Williamson, on Seventh street, tf
Extra Select Oyster '
at A. T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
red and for sale at tbo Cairo Bulletin
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ORDER NO. 2.
IIeacqoabtebs ConrAsr D.,
11th Keg. Ills. National Guard
. Cairo, Ills.; March 27, 1832.
COMTAMT OKDER SO. 2.
In accordance with special cider No. 384
from general headquarters, the officers and
members of the lialliday Guard, Co. D.,
will appear in uniform fir general inspec
tion at their armory on the evening of Mon
day, April 3 J, 1883.
By order of
JOIIN E. ENGLISH,
Orderly sargeant. tf.
Sew Millinery Good?.
The Attention of ladies is called to the
large and new itock of miliioery goods at
the establishment of Mrs. S. Williamson,
on Seventh street. She has just received a
large assortment of ladies' hstt of the
latest styles; anew stock of hair goods,
laces, touching, jewelry, ribbons hss also
been received, and is on exhibition. Spe
cial attention is called to a new style of
lace caps for infants. Djn't fail to visit
Mrs. Williamson's emporium before purchas
Fresh Oysters ,
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
A Popular Tonic
FOR WEAK LUNOS AND CONSUMPTION.
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Debilitated
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Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of the disease, Las ever met with the
indorsements of phyi-icians or patients as
tho celebrated "Tolu, Rock and Rye." The
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and testimonals from every
quarter of the country, attesting the stim
ulating, Ionic and healing effects, arc in
possession of the proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince the most skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant taste and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are afflicted or pining
wav with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to be secured by the use ofTolu, Rock
and Rye. Chicago Times.
EXCURSION TO NORTHWESTERN
The Illino s Central It. It. will run a
land excursion to Storm Lake, Cherokee
and LeMars, Iowa, leaving Cairo at 4:30
p. m. Monday, April 8d. Fare round trip
onlv 115. Return tickets good tor 30 days
For orices of lands and further information
inquire of J. H. Jones, ticket agent, Cairo.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio leveu.
An Entire Success.
It lias been proved by the most reliable
testimony that Thomas' Eclectric Oil is an
.entire success in curing the most inveterate
cases of rheumatism, neuralgia, lauio back
And wounds of every description.
Northpobt, Wis, May 0, 1870?
James L Fellow., Ktq.
&ir:-I have been using your medicine
for over a year, now anu witu tne ucst i-i
, feet. I have used 12 bottles of the Hypo
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me, I have been ailing over six years
with a number of diseases, but lung tilth
cultj was the most prominent. I have been
under the care of & great many doctors, und
. have taken Quantities of medicine without
any apparent benefit, but appeared to be
till crowing worse and weaker until I ac
cidently came across one of your circulars,
And was constrained to try your medicine
and I found its effects were almost magical
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And friends, having gained lo rapidly in
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Belts and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for 30 days to young men
end other persons afflicted with Nervous
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Address Voltaic Belt.Co.. Marshall. Mich.
Grand Easter. Ball,
The Halliday Guards will give a grand
. ball t Ilartraan's hall on Easter Monday.
It will be tub event oi tue seanon.
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GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In thee eoinmns, ten cents per lln.
1Mb Insertion. Marked
As may be seen from special locals A
ball will be by the Halliday Guards At
Ilartman's elegant hall on Easter Monday,
Get ready to take your rations on the
head of a salt barrel, either in the wood
hmiRA or out in the back vard, for house
cleaning time is near At hand.
The Halliday guards are having night
ly drills in the old Reform Club hall, pre
paring for tho coming of the inspecting
officer who will arrive in Cairo next Monday.
--Fifteen convicts were received at the
Chester penitentiary last week. Two came
from Union county, seven from 8t. Clair,
fonr from Fayette and two from Randolph.
Two convicts were discharged.
-A man and woman, George and
Frances Marquard, who came herefrom the
south and were making the rounds of the
city, begging, were arrested by officer Ilaz.
Martin yesterday, ana fined flvo dollars and
costs each by Justice Robinson and given
uutil six o'clock to leave tho town.
Columbus, like Mound City, has ban
ished its sipe water by cutting tho levee
and allowing it to run out; bdt Columbus
did not, like Mound City, first spend
fourorflve hundred dollars for a little
pump with which to experiment. Columbus
has evidently profited by Mound City's ex
The right Rev. Geo. F. Seymour,
bishop of Springfield, will preach at St.
Mark's Episcopal church in Chester next
Friday. A class of eight will be confirmed
in the evening. Rev. A. E. Well, pastor
of the church, will preach his farewell ser
mon on Sunday, April 2. He has accepted
a ca'.l to take charge of a coccr-uoo at
Kansas City, Mo.
The Illinois supreme ccwrrt ca rebear-
nas decided Uiat pn:iie oc-aru la
state of IllinoU are 1J. If it is trte
much onplet&iat ccmpl'x&xxn i f''5''1''
matters will be obriat! Tte t&xt t!e
decision is to rTere the Isilr of it Oxk
cocnty court, settles tie vJJ.ry of tbe pr
bate court and prevents lcjrJ c!c which
was imminent ia the .occtr.
At the meetinfof the BailJer's and
Loan association, held at the office of Mag
istrate Comings Monday mht, the follow
ing directors were elected: Wm. Schoati,
R. JfcClure and A. Comings, for three
years; P.A.Conant,for two years, and L.
H. Lohr, for one year; the two last named
were elected to fill vacancies, one of which
was created by the departure from the city
of Mr. F. S. Kent.
The average stage of the thermometer
in tho northwest yesterday, as reported
from twenty different places, was fifty-six
degrees above zero. The lowest was forty
four at Pittsburgh, and the highest, sixty
eight, at Omaha; at Cairo it was fifty-three.
The barometer was lower than usual. No
rain was reported from any point, and the
sky was generally clear and fair.
Mr. F. M. Ward offers for sale his neat
and commodious cottage on Commercial
avenue, near the corner of Eighteenth street.
The place embraces two lots, out-houses,
etc., and stands high and dry above the
Bipe water. The lots, in the near future,
will bo very valuable for business houses.
He also offers his teams, wagons, etc., for
sale, having been captivated by the pros
pects offered him in Kansas City, from
which he returned yesterday, and proposes
to wake his future homo in that place. It
Daniel Harper of Cobdcn, was com
mitted to jail at Springfield Monday by
United States Commissioner Bradford in
default of $1,000 bail. His offence is, it is
alleged, that he ran a witness out of the
country by giving him a pair of mules,
wagon and harness, to prevent him from
testifying against Rendleman, an illicit
d?8tillcdtlu that part of the state. There
are probably several more "Daniel Harpers"
in Southern Illinois whoso offenso in the
way of "running witnesses out of thocoun
try" extends to more serious cases than il
licit distilling. The proper punishment of
afewoftheao witness suppressors would
have a healthy effect upon criminal pros
K this point nochango was visihlo In
the Ohio river during the twenty-four hours
ending at one o'clock yesterday afternoon,
at which time it marked forty-ono feet four
inches on the guano. At points above
changes wero reported as follows: Chat
tanooga, rise of one foot five inches; Nash'
ville, rine of two inches; Cincinnati, fall of
four feet four inches; Louisville, fall of two
feet eight inches; St. Louis, fall of four
inchcB. As stated in yesterday's Bulletin,
tho total rise at LoUisvillo was eleven foot
eight inches, having lost eight feet four
inches in coming down from Cincinnati, a
distance of about one hundred And fifty
miles. Yesterday morning the river bc$an
to fall at Evansville, whero tho total rise
was but seven feet, having lost four feet
eight inches in coming down from
Louisville, a distance of two hundred
miles. From Evansville to Cairo is About
two hundred miles more, and in traveling
this distance, the seven foot
riso at Evansvillo must "back up" sovera!
branch streams and will loose itself almost
entirely by the time it reaches here. There
fore, a riso of over four to six inches at
this point needs not bo expected.
Two little girls, named respectively
Nilsou and Birdie DcArley, neither of them
over twelve yean of age, aro attracting un
usual attention at tho Thoatrc Comiquo
this week. They mado their first appear
ance on Monday night, and sinco then tbey
have drawn a full houso every night and
produced the wildest enthusiasm whenever
they appeared and disappeared. They sing,
dance and act with a vlvAclty, gracotulness
and naturalness which would do great
credit to rown professional actresses of
years experience; they are refined, too, in
every word and act, and while they com
pel the profoundest admiration of the audi
ence, they also prove beyond a doubt that
they ' sre possessed of mental qualities
which ainount to more than the ordinary,
and which are a natural gift, not acquired.
This week they produce, besides a number
of novel and attractive little acts, a sketch
in which each assumes the characters of
youthful lovers and of aged parents, and no
good judge of character acting, who sees
them in this sketch, will deny that they
p jsscss rare talent and ftre much superior
to the avorago grown variety performers. It
W. A. Ross, the Indian"(f), was still
lanquishingin the county jail yesterday.
During his presence in the city he had
been lodging with negroes near the corner
ofFiftth street and.Commercil avenue,
where ho now owes two dollars and a half,
not having paid a cent during his stay
there. Officers Martin and Mabany, who
arrestcd,Ross, made search for the cnvelopo
which bad been so well cared for and had
done such good service, and found it care
fully stored away by the colored hostess
ofTtoss' boarding house, to whom Ross had
given if with instructions not to allow it
to get out of her sight for a moment. Tho
woman obeyed the instructions strictly un
til the officers wiled for the envelo'po. Tho
olSctrt opened it and found grsenbnckt
No. iCtrtiScates of deposit! Nothing of
the kind. Government bonds! We guess
aoC But they fuund an old railroad map,
eic!y fo2dd to fit the envelope and noth
mz more. Ryu claims to be an Odd Fel
low, and under this pretense taught to gain
the court's leninoncy; ho may bean Odd
Fellow or he may not be; but that ho is a
cuncing scoundrel does not admit ,of doubt
ia tte face of tho evidcoco he has furnish
ed. It is also evident from the fact that
he waived an examination and thus left the
prosecuting attorney in the dark as to tho
defonss he intends to make at the trial,
that he has been involved ;in the meshes
of the law before this and has profited by
his former experience.
It should be borne in mind by citizens
generally, that all the propositions so far
madt: by the sub-committee of five to the
narrow gunge railroad compiny would not
if accepted by that company, compel it to
unconditionally abandon its right of way,
or to incur any expense that it would not
have to incur in order to enter the city and
maintain constant connection without any
interference whatever from any source. If
the company accepts the sub-cOrainittcc'
first proposition, to build an additional ten
foot embankment abutting the. outer slope
of the city's levee, it will retain its right of
way insid?, may uso either this
right of way or tho embankment aforesaid,
and, in case it builds ' and uses the
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tmoanKment, win no hbtu iu
do any more filling than would
be necessary on its present right of way.
It it accepts the sub committee's second
proposition, to build a thirty foot embank
ment abutting the inner slope of the city's
levee, it will surrender its present right of
way, but will receive anothor in lieu of it,
close to the levee, will havo tho protection
of the city's leveo and will havo to do very
little, if any, more filling than will bo
necessary to insure it constant running fa
cilities on its present right of way. An
other little point should not be lost sight of
namely, that, Grandmother Argus and Col.
Whitehead to tho contrary notwithstanding,
the company's present right of way did
not cost it one single cent, except for im
provements and taxes. President White
head's statement to the sub-committee, that
tho company paid Col. Taylor sixteen thou
sand dollars for said rig'at of way is acorn
plete, though perhaps, an 4,innoccnt,w pro-
variation of the truth. The company
paid something like sixteen thousand dol
lars lor its present depot grounds, in the
lower portion of tho city, and something
like fifteen nuNDiizo dollars as hack taxes
on the said right of way, which Col. Tay
lor had paid for the bankrupt company in
order to save tho ground from the annual
sheriff's sale. Thus it will be seen that
the narrow gauge company can, without
any sacrifico to itself, accept and carry out
either of the propositions, even without aid
from the Wabnsh company. Tho people
of Cairo havo been lenient with the narrow
gungo company; they hnvo ignored their
nnst wrontrt. and hnvo extended to it an
important fianchiso upon very mild con
ditions. A failuro to comply with these
mild conditions will permanently deprive
tho company of tho uso ot its right of
way, its depot and its car yards and tracks
inside of the city; and, above all, it will
permanently deprivo tho company of tho
incalculable advantages which only Cairo
can offer to a railroad company in this pnrt
of tho United Status advantages which'
new companies (Paramores Texas narrow
ttuagoaud theChcssaponko and Ohio) ajo
seeking to avail thctnelves of at a heavy
cost to themselves, The peoplo of Cairo
know this; tho narrow gnugu company
knows this, and each knows that tho other
knows this. Therefore ttio officials of tho
narrow gauge com piny inula1 themselves
extremely ridiculou, to sny tho lHt', when
they seek, by falsehood and trickeries, to
place the people of Cairo in the position of
rebellious mendicants, striking tho hand
that offers, to bless them, and to induce
them to believe, by idle threats and gauzy
legordemain, that the company would
loose nothing by abandoning Cairo as a
southern terminus. If the Officials afore
said will but take pains to read aright the
will of the people of Cairo, as set forthjin
resolutions and otherwise, they will find
that the people of Cairo are fully satsflcd
that if the natural and commercial advan
tages now offered by Cairo as A terminus
for a railroad are not a sufficient induce
ments to any railroad company, but must be
supplemented unconditionally by important
franchises and donations, then such rail
road company may goto Mound City and
enjoy .tho (consequences of its foolish step
in the quiet solitudo characteristic of that
Mr. F. M.Ward returned yesterday morn
ing from a visit to Kansas City, where
he went about a week ago to learn
its advantages as a business place. Ho was
favorably impressed with the place, and
will locate there.
During bis stay in Kansas City, Mr. F.
31. Ward learned that Mr. Michael
Powers had been there and had left
for Chicago yesterday just a week ago.
Dr. II. Wardnerwasin the city yesterday.
Col, 'James Johnson returned several days
ago from Kansas City, to where lie had
made a flying trip on business. Ho intended,
several days ago, to move his family to his
countryliomestead, near Beech Grove, but
soM this property to Mr. C. W. Wheeler,
and will remain in the city a while longer.
Alderman B. F. Blako returned yester
day morning from a business trip to St.
Mr. James Pankratz and Misa Lent
Kober, and Mr. J&mcs Foley and Miss
Mary Tomlinson, all of this city, were
united in marriago by Magistrate Comings
this week. The first named couple on Sun
day, and tho second yesterday.
Mr. Oscar Haythorn returned from tho
Mr. Knowles, general agent of the Equita-
able, wrote f 23,000 insurance for his com
pany yesterday and tho day before. He
represents a good company and finds no
trouble in doing business tor it. He will
;omain in Cairo a couple of days yet.
Mrs Shcehan, accompanied by her
grandson, Master Tommio Howley, has
gone on a pleasure trip to Natchez, Miss.
Clara Louise Kkllouo is to receive
f 12.000 for singing twenty nights in Paris
$000 a night! No wondsr ahe is in love
with Dr. Bull's Couuh Svrup, the great
remedy for coughs and colds, for what
would she do without it if she should.be
attacked suddenly by hoarseness!
TALLY TWO OR THREE MORE FOR
Several days ago Mr. C. P. Huntington,
president and controller of the great
Huntington system of railroads, was in
this city on a tour of inspection, with a
view of ascertaining the practicability and
probable profltablencps of extending the
Chessapeake and Ohio railroad from Pa
ducah to Cairo, This plan has been dis
cussed more or less for several years back,
but within the last year it has assumed a
more material form, and from a conversation
had by Mr. Huntington during his recent
visit here with ono of our prominent citi
zens, it is safo to concludo that tho exten
sion is now seriously contemplated and will
be a fact of the noar future. That it would
bo "a consummation devoutly to bo wishod
for" docs not admit of a moment's doubt.
Again, Mr. G. S. Ackcrson, superinten
dent of construction of Col. Paramore's
Texas narrow guagc, who wus in the city
Sunday, on bis way back from Do Sots,
Mo., where ho had buried his son, reported
that the road named was being pushed with
all possible haste toward this city; that the
high water had not interferred with the
progress of the work, and that but little
damage had beon done to tho road's em
bankment at this end of tho line. The
road will be in full blast probably before
this year rolls around.
Thus Cairo will have two more important
railroads, ono direct to the cast and the
Other throwing open to her tho great new
country south of here, giving her eight
railroad in all and making her tho
most important railroad centre in the west
outside of Chicago and St. Louis.
And again, the great Singer sowing ma
cliiiiu company, which has established one
of its most important Amoricin branch jes
tablishmcutsin this city .comprising a series
of immense buildings covering several
squares of ground.has secured an additional
pieco of ground north of its present premis
es and will erect additional buildings upon
tin in order to accommodate the extensive
business which it expects to do here.
In addition to All this, several citizens of
Cairo substantial citizens and business
men. sre perfecting plans for important in
dustrial and commercial institutions, snd
for several elegant now residents, for omo
of which tho coutracta havo already been
lot and tho material is already on thogrotind.
Tho city authorities, too, and tho Cairo
Trust property company, aro, and have
boon sinco tho "late unploasantuess," buiily
cngagod in strengthening tho lovecs snd
will not coiibo until even the possibility of
danircr from oven such A Hood ss has
just passed us is entirely out of tho quoi
when tho lovecs
aro thus conditioned than internal and
other improvements will begin. The first
of these will be a strong effort, by both cit
izens and council, to banish completely
snd forever every vestigo of sipe wator
from within these great levees of ours. This
effort will bo successful, it daro not and
cannot full, because neither brain, money
nor muscle will be spared to mako it suc
cessful, anil to these, In such an undertak
ing, there is no such thing as failure '-and
don't you forget it."
Voice of the People.
It. V. rieree, M. O., Duff.lo, N. V.:
I had a serious dixease of ihe lungs, and
was for a time confined to my bed and un
der the caro of a physician. His prescrip
tions did not help me. I grew worse,
coughing very severely. I commenced tak
ing your "Golden Medical Discovery," nnd
it cured mo. Yours respectfully,
Jcditii BcnvETT, Hillsdale, Mich.
PARSONS ItKPBESENTKD rOLlTICIAJf COL
OllED VOTERS MAN FRIDAY, AMD 0TIKR.
6CENR1;ACT 1. PRIVATE APARTME5T
crrr op moinds.
Pol The skies sre growing fearfully
black. A comet, such as the august Pope
of mather Rome, in former days put under
his infallable ban, sweeps thro' my political
heavens. It stays but a while as if to mock
my irupotency. Begone thou avenging
wanderer? Tis midnight in my medita
tions, and my decanter is sadly empty. It
was never known to fail mo taforc, Sud-ik-st
omen yet 1 Uh that I could fling my
life awsy from my brethren of the Emerald
Isle. What is that! Shades of th depart
ed, st nnd ye before me here! Ah 'tis but
tho shadow of my greatness gone! It holds
as if it were in ti ghastly hand a myster
ious web, and thread by thread it is snap
ping them all. '
mrk Ihrraiti end white t e
Vht m'ni the vt.ioD I etc to-nli htf
Let m away, I rnuat tie them ill berk.
Tongue for the white end (jrnbfof the black!
I mu-t ewjjto m; man Fridtr! (Ext:)
SCKNR 2 OKFICK.
Pol The top of tho morning to to you
Friday, but I will unburden my weary
soul. It can not be! They tell mo
all my glory fades as the leaf. It cannot be!
This head has served mo well; I have not
yet reached this tho meridian of mj great
ness. The fates decree that I must walk
among the star. So let it be! I sigh for
power. What think you most virtums
Friday My lord, good cheer, tho oracle
informs me that the fair penaclo of your
power shall stand full liable-high, ami Hint
tho mighty floods in their courso do but
fight for us. Tho oracle says:
"Toy for the bebe.
And meet fr the belly I"
Which means, that babes are fond of
play things, and that the hungry must be
fed, and.whereas you taw tho mysteriou.
hand clipppling black threads and white,
it means that enemies are at work to steal
thy constituency. I throw this and that
together; high water, meat, "nigger,"
and what is the conclusion! It would in
sult thee (for me) to say, but if thou were
not a logician I would say, my lord, that
meat for tbo belly is the thing. . i
Pol. Most nobis Friday, wisdom is
justified of tho children, and thou art
graven on , tho very brow ot wisdom.
Whou thou wast born tho magi kissed thou
Yes, most avordupois Friday it shall .be
meat for the belly, for I this day renicnilier
that government presents a helping hand.
You know dear Friday that if you give meat
for the belly, you but rear a scaffold that
lifts you up to the main building of power,
I think this is a figure of speech, but I am
not a man of books, I am a stern man of
actions. Presto Friday 1 A telegram for
Ob tho wires the Jtelegraph wires,
I wonder why they're nude.
Prldey "Toys for tabes snd meet for the b.My,
Thtt year elory should not fade." (Kilt.)
SCESB 3. nKPOT.
Friday. "20,000 rations, ray lord, I am
informed, have taken wing, and will soon
Pol. "Yes, noble Friday! Does ' this
mean that my power wannth! Tint this
brain pan is but an empty trough where
nature made a mistake!"
We now but gather up tho black threads
that hold tho btlanco of power, so Africa
shall serve tho Celt.
Sclah. "Isiy to jtho governor do thi,
and ho doeth if."
Friday. "I am "glad, my lord, that
these orbs of light serene, o'er saw thy
Pol. "I must away, so faro thee well."
PCESK 4. 05 STREET.
Sambo. "Whar ye gwino Bones?"
Bones. "To git mo rations, sah !"
8am. "Why you own a forty acre fahm,
clean back on do hills.! Watch putty high,
Neptune. ''Howdy Undo Jerry ! I war
nebber so glad in all uiy life libben in de
hills, but I gits mo rattions." (Holding up
a side of meat.)
Undo Jerry. "Samo hcaht I has plenty
ub do cash, but I nebber makes it a pint
tor spit in Uncle Sam's face, for when ho
step down from de rostrum, and lays bacon
In do bag, I is under moral spotisibility ter
Georgo Washington JnckBoo."B!cs8yott,
soul Parson, John do Baptist. Where did
dey all como from!" (Spiaks of rations.)
Parson "Dey is spontaneous, ana is as
fust ob do snnunl political grub fund pro
printed in do wisdom ob de inferior race to
do culled black man." ;
SCENE 5. BEFORE Till EMfORATION SO
CIKTV CHAIRMAN Otf EMIGRATION SOCIK-
Tr roR s. ill, :
'The house will eome to order.!
Mr. Viltnoode will 'e4dr.se the society, gentle-
men." , s
Fitz. "Gentlemen: Ours is a land
whoso skies are as lovely as the Italian
summer; ours is a soil as fertile as the val
leys of the Nile ; ours is a people as hardy as
the tuxtoo; ours is a country which annual
ly overflows with milk nnd honey (a voice
on outside cries, 'And with hog sod hom
iny'), calling to every portion of natures
broad domain to come and settle among
us, to bring their wealth and and marry
our girls. What more can I sajl" (Sit
Chairman. "Mr. Sec.: Any communica
tions!"4 Sec.- "I have one from Mr.. Welltodo,
saying, 'I had decided to emigrate to Pu
laski Co., but understand that there are four
thousand paupers there. I cas t afford to
locate my family and capita! there if that
be so. I Am charitable enough, however
believe that it is the tale of tho calum
niator. . I await information."
"Besides, Mr. Chairman, there are other
letters making like enquiries."
"Then, here are others, asking: 'How
long will tho rations last! Ws have been
in the poor house np here, but they don't
treat us lair. We will vot anyway you
ant ;tt to, providing you feed us pretty
ell; IwMdes, we are willing to work one
or two dsys every week. W think your
emigration society just the thing, and, no
doubt, you struck the key note when you
rstablished the commissary department in
connection With it. Please write as where
e had better come first. We are here at
'overtyville, one hundred strong. I sign
myself, Jeems Doolittle. P. 8. The rest
i us cannot write.'"
Mr. Impetcosity. "This is ontraceoui. "
Mr. Chairman, "they have been under a
false impression. I will not stand it !"
Mr. Dignity. "Nor I !"
Mr. Granger! "Nor I T
Mr. Vender. "Nor II"
Mr. Chairman. "If you will not. then I
say, 'Nor I, too.' So this meeting stands
a'ljournel until tho next time. (Exeunt.)
"Made .New Again.'
lMrs. Win. D. Ryckninn, St. Cathrrines,
Ont., ssys: ' R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y-
I hare ncd your 'Favorite Prescription,'
'flolden Medicnl Discovery.' and Pleasant
PurgMive Pell.'t,'fnr the last thrve month
and find myself-(wbat shnll I say) 'made
new aiain' aro the only word that express
it. I was reduced to a skeleton, mutd mt
wtlk acns the' floor without fainting,
could keep nothing in the shape of food
oamy stomsch. Myself and friends had
given up all hope, my immediate death
seemed certain. I now live (to the turpiise
of everybody) and am able to do my own
"It Is Curing Rverjbodj.H
write a druggist. "Kidney-Wort is thr
most popular medicine we sell." It should
be by right, for no other medicine has inch
sfwifiu action on tho liver, bowel and
kidneys. If you have thoe symptom
which indicate biliousness or deranged
kidney do not fail to procure it and use
faithfully. In liquid or dry form it is sold
by all druggists. 3alt Lake Ury Trihuno
Worms, that universal disease in child
hood, can m thoroughly cured by the use
of Dr. Perry Dead Shot Vermifuge. E.
Ferret, Agt., 372 Pearl St., N. Y.City. (4)
Borde. S Et.i.r.ci A Co., St. Lonis, sell
the best and cheapest Car Starter tnadit
With it one man can move a freight car. (1)
FOR HALE DT
11 ILL AMD COMMISSION.
FI.OUB. OHAIN A WD BAT
Hlgbeut Cash frkt Paid for Wheat,
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