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CAIRO. ILLLT0I8. FRIDAY .HORNING, MARCH 31, 1W2.
3 Jjcl;. , JL'r
M ayor-N . B. Thietlewood.
Treasurer T J. Kerth.
Clerk-Dtunle. J. K;!"' rf 1
Couulor--Wm. B. OUbtrt.
Marebal-L. U. Meyere,
Attorney Willi" UonlrlcV.
rtrat Wird-Hewr S.up. T. M. Klin 'woo eh.
' Ml- Ward-T. VT. Ilallldar. Erne.t Bsrtttt.
Circuit Judge-D. fii""1;'
Circuit Clerk-A. II. Inrln.
Corooar-R KJtj5crld UolSldW. J- A
County CoramiMlonr.T. W. ui.iuii
" " micm'Hta.
ni'RCn OF THE RBDEEMKRKplewal)
Lm"t" W8ION AKV BAPTIST F?1!!1 p11
Fishing .J t,- LP- T. J. Shore i
.4al.bat. tcbool t 7:30 p. Rev. I. DU
"ivrHKRAN-Tblrtfnth itreet; .ervlce
1 A.th I m. ; Sunday "bool 2 p. . Kit.
5Tp. i. K.t B. V. Oeor, PMtor.
ST PVTRICR'S-tKomao CStboltc) Corner Ninth
.U Washington wV.BT.fteftSi
otb . .id 10 .. m. ; Vesper. 3 p. '"V JLterSS
p. ta. ervlce. every day at 8 - m. IUt. Masienuii
it. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.R-
U.u .... SMJe.m tMatl v4.
(Kxpre.. 4:20 P I Aecnmdallou..4.i5 pm
MISS CENTRAL H, K.
tM.ll -....4:M..ntMll 2
tExprtV. 10:13. m tExprc.a U.' m
C. ST. L. R. K. (Narrow (ieuee
AecWd.tto. I :SH pm I Accom'dnloln 12:, p tn
BT L . I M. A S. K. K
tExpres. l&9.m I M" V, J
Molora oaium. ;.)p rn ItAecom d.tmn 11 .45 am
' WABASH. ST. I.Ol'H PA1KIC K' CO
Mall h .... &:lW.in I ' ...- 'P-ra
Daily except Sunday, t Dally.
LLINOIS CENTRAL U. U.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only Lino ltunuint;
Making Direct Connection
Train. Liats Cairo:
3:15 1 m. Mall,
Arrlvingin 81. Lonl 9:4 a.ra i Chicago, 8 :30p.m. J
- Ball, LooUvllle. ImUanapulm aud p"lnl Kt.
11:1U n.m. tst. liouifl unci We torn
ArrlvlDifln 81. Lonla7:05p. m., nd connecting
for .Ifpoint We.t.
4:i.'0 p.m. Ktmt Kxprew.
rorBt. Lnnla and tjilcaifo. arrlvinR t8t. Loula
W:tt)p.m and Chicago 7 :W a m
ArrWInc t Cincinnati 7:00 ..m. Louiavllle 7:l
a.m.; Ir.dlan.poll 4'0o a.m. Vtfrnw br
thia train reach tho abovu point 1U to 3u
IipL'HH In advance of auy othor route.
rr-ThM:iO p. tn. expri'd. ha PULLMAN
hLKEI'INOCAK Cairo to Clnclnnail, wltho-il
chanuea. lid through .Imipera to tit. Loula and
v Fast Time I'.afit.
PMnn rtftlhJ by tbia line irollinrnttli to Kat.
iissenujcrs c?u pomw without tny d..iuy
raufod by Biinday Intcrvnlnc. The Saturday afior
noon train from Cairo arrive In tw Yo'k Monday
nornlng at !:;. Thirty-! hour In advance l
YKoMhroiIffh tlclcetii and further Information,
uplv t Illlnol. Cutral Kallroad l'P"'.
JAS. JOlhNBON. A J- JJ. .I0NK8,
en. Soitihorn Ajont. Tloupt Aennt.
i.H. OANHON.Oon. I'wa. Aiimt. Chlcauo
pit. W. 0. JOCKLYN,
OFFICE Klshth 8tMot. near Comr rell Avenne
Jjlt. K. W. W1UTL0CK,
Owo-No. 1M Commorclal Avaaua, butwoen
KKUtb tad Muth UtrouU
Qt W. WHEELER,
SammerWood and Kindling
eoniuntly on band
At Seventy-flve cents per load.
Atone dollar per load.
The "trtmmln;t"are coarr ahtvlnga and make
the beat cammer wood for cooklnj; purjjOe at well
vj the chapit ever aoid In Cai.-o. For black
flitth' in ti.ettinjf tlro. they are unequalled
Leave ruor ordcrt at the Tenth Uwt wood yard
O 8 w
O s. re
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On an4 ftr Monday. June 7th. and nntll Inrthet
nollw tnrfenybOHl will make trip. a fo'.lowa:
Mats. liaves liavii
Foot Fourth t. MIocri Lnd'g. Kenfjrky Ld g.
:no a. rn.
10:00 a. ra.
2:00 p. m.
:, p. m.
8:V) a. m.
10 :30 a. m.
4:!T' p. to.
9 .. m.
t p. in.
7 ti. n.
t;ir ii vlltdw.
"Til E HALLIDAY"
A Now and fontpifto Htcl. fronting on Levee
Second and Ilnllroad Street.,
Tb Ffi.'Mi'.MW D -not of the CMrimn. St. I.oiila
an-' ,w 0-li-n: llllro!" fVMr-il: Wa'iai-h. ht.
Loitl. and r.rltlc; lm Mountain and S 'til hern,
Mobile and Ohio: fain and St. Lout. It an way
arc all Jti"t a.tum tho .ircct; while thu Steamboat
Lundinir I hnt ono . juar ('.luiant.
TIiik Ilnt-1 I. hi-ati-cl by .ii-am. ha .toaro
Laundry, llvdranllc Elvvator, Klt-rtrlc C'lll Bulla.
Aiitomiitlc Klre-Alanno. Hath., ali.olntoly pure air,
porlti' t wrair mid uimplio appolntmonta.
Hnnerh farniaMng; urfnct .rvcu; and an on-ovci-lli'd
Ii. I'AKKKIl .V; CC.,Thph
' -- . M
Commorclal Avcniio nnd Riarhth Street,
F. mnsa. Pri-.tdcnt. I P. NKFF, VlcoPre.'nt
U. WKLL.8, Cnlilur. T. J. Kortli, An't ca.b
F. Bro.a Ca'ro I William R'nn. .Cairo
I'e orNi-lT " Wllll.nt Wolf..., .
c. M ikrloh " I '. . Puller "
K. A. Under " II. WVIa
J. Y. Clemron, Caludoula.
A OICNKR.VL DANKINO IIUSINir.sS DONE.
Kxchnnjo .o'd andbouuht. Intdrwt pild In
the Mnvlnif. Department. ''cillocMom inadu .nil
.II bualuo.a promptly .ttunJed to.
, VARIETY 8T0RR.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ,
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIPJ CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT110.lt & CO.,
Cor.Nlnotoentbelreutl Pntvn Til
JOHN SPROAT, ,
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'8 PATENT
Wliolesalo Dealer in Ice.
ICE DYTTJE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
rCKED FOR suirriNO.
Oar Loads a Spocialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leree,
rpiIBCITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking: business
JSTEIU'HISE SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. AV. HALLIDAY,
STOVES AND TINWAKE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & 8HEET-IR0N WARE
ALL KtKSS OF JOB WORK DOKR TO ORDER
NO. 27 EIGHTH 8TREET,
Crrr Ci.r.BK'a Omn, I
Caib.), Km.. .Mar. 17th, lPgi f
Tulillc notice I. hi-n-hv clvn that ou Tuelny the
18lh dv of April A. I) 18SJ, . central eieilon will
i: held In the citr of Clro, county orA'exander,
ptateof Illlnol, fur ib .leetlon of one aldt-rm.n
for ibe regular term of two ycara from each of the
five wa d.nf th. city.
For the purpoe of raid election polwlllbe
0!en.'il at the rollowinir named place, viz:
In the Kir.l ward nt the police headquarter in
rear ot Mr.. Hosa White' building- con.... u. Sixth
etre t and Ohio levee.
In tho Second ward it the engine hour-eofthe,
Bouch and Heady flro company.
In the Third ward at the engine ho.iee of the
Iliuern an fin company.
In tho Kmrth ward, at thn Conrt Ilon.o
And In the Fifth ward, at the engtue bon.e of the
Anrhor fire company.
Said election will be open at cUht o'clock in the
mornlnvr.otid contlnuo open until aeven o'clock in
the afternoon of ame day.
D. J. FOLEY.
State at Illlnol., " In the Alexander Conn
Vn. ty Circuit court. May
Alrxander County. ) Term A. D. lSdi
A cxatiderGoMcmlth, Ike W Klaw and Charle
Sch.ner, firm of Uuld.mtth, Klaw Si Co.-l'lalnt-Iff..
Straa.-A Co. Defendant.
Notice Is horthy given that a .nit by attachment
ba. been commenced In aald court in favat f the
abova na nod plaintiff, agnin.t theeetate f .aid
di fi dant. for tb dim o- three hundred and ninety-five
dollar. Now. therefore, nnle.a (aid de
fendant (hull appear on the fir.t flay of the next
term of .aid court to be bolden at the ejurt hou.e
in fairs on the 8th day of May, A. D. 16Hi and
give bail and pleaa a. nqulrxd by law, J idtiment
will he ent- red neuin-t them and th- e-taio .o at
tai hed.oM. ALEX. II IKVIN, Clerk.
Cairo, lllinol., March : lft, lSi
tjHKKN A Uii-.inT, Flaintiffa Attorney!'.
A MAN SHOT DEAD.
News ronclind hero yestcrdny afternoon
that a shouting nfftir lind occurod at Wick
liffa, Ky., about twelve o'clock night before
list, which resulted i the death of one
Henry Henderson and the wounding of the
telegraph operator stationed at that plnco.
The circumstanced, as related by a relia
ble person who came fram tho scone of the
affair yesterday, are about as follows:
The operator and Jerry Henderson,
brother of Henry, were playing
cards in tho saloon of the
place and got into a diaputo as to who
was entitled to the stake, which was twoaty
dollars. The operator took possession ot
the money and the two men parted angry.
Jerry Henderson went home, related the
story to his brother Honry and the two
concluded to recover the money lroru the
operator by force. Tbey armed themselves
with pUttolsaud went in search of the ob
ject of their wrath. They found him
on watch over the corpse of a friend and
withnut any respect for' tho mournful sur
roundings, drew their weapons simul
taneously , pointed them at, tho operator's
head, and demanded and received the
money. Hnvintf accomplished their pur
pose they departed for a saloon. The
operator (whose namo we could not If urn)
wont home, armed himself with a Win
chester rifle nud stntionod himself not for
from tho saloon in which ho knew tho
Hen Jersous wore. When the latter came
forth Henry discovered him aud poiutiog at
Lint asked Jerry, ''is that a man or a
stump"! Neither were able to
distinguish what it was and
Henry concluded to go and see, and when
he was within a f h.irt distance of tho ob
ject, he recognized the operator end was
shot twice, the second shot piercing his
breast and killing him almost instantly.
Immediately alter the shooting tho ope
rator fled toward the river, entered a skiff
and rowed down the stream, but sunk this
near Mnyfield and clung to some bushes
un'il he was rescued and taken back to
The operator's story is that whon Henry
Henderson came closo to him, he drew his
revolver and shot at him, and that it was
not until then that he (ibo operator) shot
Henderson. This story is borno out by the
fact that tho operator is wounded in tho
The little town of Wickliffo is, of course,
greatly excited over tho affair; but
no violence was offered the prisoner. -
Pieiick'b "Pleasant Purgative Pelletw"
are perfect preventives of constipation.
Inclosed in glass bottles, always fresh. Dy
NEWS, NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Judge Blatcliford takes bis seat on the
supreme bench next Monday.
The head centre of the Nihilists has fallen
into the clutches of the police.
The SpringS . -Id, III., democrats have
nominated Dr. E. A. Roberts for mayor.
Forty-six prisoners captured by tho Vir
ginia authorities in the oyster war have
been sent to the penitentiary.
Another batch of balloonists hnve been
fished out of the briny deep. They were
trying to cross the mediterranean.
The nine million dollar contract for new
water works at Havana Cuba, has been
awarded to New York and New Jersey
Three wagon loads of silver belonging to
Uncle Sam have just been stowed away in
the vaults of the Safe Deposit company.
Tho Illinois supreme court has decided
that the city of East St. Louis has s right
to collect license from the Wiggins ferry
ii . i. i i i
Tins is a free country! sure, but you
can't get Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup free of
charge, it costs you a quarter every time.
AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS IN 1882.
Tho American Newspaper Ditectory,
which will be issued next month by Geo.
P. Rowell fc Co., of New York, will contain
the names of 10,611 '-periodicals in tho
United States and Territories, which is a
Rain of 344 in the year just passed. Tho
number ot daily papers has increased in a
somewhat larger proportion, and is now
represented by a total of 096 against 031 in
1881. The largest increase has been in
New York-10 dailies, 23 of all sorts.
Illinois and Missouri show a percentage of
gain which is even greater, while Colorado
leads all others in the percentage of iucrease,
both of daily and weekly issues. Cali
fornia, Nebraska', Nevada, Oregon, South
Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont and West
Virginia have fallen behind 1891 in the
total number of periodicals issuwl. . In
Georgia, Maine and Massachusetts the sus
pensions have exactly counterbalanced the
new ventures. In every slate not mention
ed above, and in the territories, there hits
been an increase.
Tnurt6DAT Evening, March 30, 1883.
The weather is clear ami very pleasant,
neither too hot nor too cool just the do
lightful medium, &c.
The markftts continno firm in leading ar
ticles and receipts are easily taken care of
at hoalthy figures.
The rivers aro getting back to their legi
timate business, aud Jiavo given up their
ratio on country and people that huvy abid
ing places in tho neighborhood of their
FLOUR Tho supply is light and de
mand good. This spplys particularly to
HAY Steady and strong. Receipts are
light and all good sonnd hay tint arrives
meets with ready sale.
CORN Market stiff and demand active.
Receipts of both white and mixed find ready
OATS -S toady and firm. Tho supply
is fair and demand good.
MEAL Unchanged. ' Prices remain
about as previously quotod.
BRAN Scarco and in active request.
EOOS The supply offering is light and
Brlcs are roady at quotations.
ClIICKENS-Stoady and firm. All re
ceipts find roady salo.
POTATOES-Tlio market is lairly sup
Wales and Quotations.
NOTK.-Th. pitcoa hero (fiven are for talc from
flr.tlinud.ln roiuid Iota. An advaucw I
charired for broken lotatn llillnif order.
A03 Varlona erndoi, on order..
liiiO blila. Choice
... 5 IWW IW
no nni. uiiieni,,a,MHm. -j.
1(10 bhla XX '!
1U0 bbli fauiy u '
5 car. choice timothy,.... ).... 11)00
lcr. prlnio IS o
tear, choice red top. mm i. ....... 19 01
3 car. choice mixed , 17 IK)
1 car gilt edite timothy-. . Woo
ii car. com m ou mixed..nM.WMM.M..M,,..t 15 0t
11 car choice mixed, In bnllc on track ..mm 71
4 car. c hoice white in bulk 7
Scar mixed in ack del. ................ ..... 7
4 ear. cho'ce In btilk on track.. M
6 car mixed In bulk 4'.
it car nixed la rack del.. 61
No. 2 tied, oer bn I 25
No. t Mediterauean M , 1 li
nnn bhl. City ronnd lot....- 3 83
o bhl City S Stf&i 90
Round lot 1 1(2,1 i?
500 pound, .irlctly choice Northern roll. SOJ'fl
400 pouuda Southern Illlnol roll ti
'.'Hi poundn Rood northern roll ao
jnupo"UdgllUdged packed..... 4924j
4i)i) doxen .. ....N..M".... ............ .....mm. . 15
JU dozeu mm m .H&H
live choice 9 on< 00
5 coop.oM ben S V
Scoops mixed 2 751 ')
6 coop choice bens........... 3 AO
W lib',, choice 3 00ft3 15
1U0 i.ck........ 1 25
50 biuh. Michigan peach blow 1 30
1iX)hr). " I'eacbhlowa 8 50
too bush. Early Roreteed 1 25
rer bbl mm. 10 00
50 hhl.. common ;...,........... S 50
30 bbla. choice.... 4 50
Per barrel 7 Wit 00
Tnb wa.hcd m. .34:17
Tlorf CS( . . .,. . MM .. ll1
Half do m. l .'fc
Dressed... y "i'll'i
Plain ham............. ..........-........ none
S. C. llama.... '14
Clear aide 13S
St. John $1 55
Ohio Ulver 1 45
34 boshel bnrlaps....'.. 814
6 bushel " in
3 buthel " U
Oranges, choice per hor.. ......4 00il4 IV)
Lemou. choice per box .. 3 75ii 50
Peaches, helve.. ni) quarter. Xitl't
Applet, bright - i.'Vuv"
Choice navy 4 25
Choice medium 4 00
Choice, Factory 13
Calf, Oreen in
Dry Kllnt choice IXhn
Dry Salt - .
Green Malt rvat
Sheep I'eltH, dry i. .
8heep PilU, ureen...... 50100
Common Lug it 7V(t.1 00
Good iuga 8 5iK$ 4 00
.xwLeaf.... 4 7tV(J 5 0
Medium Loaf 3 rVtit S 10
Gor4Leaf. 8 50 8 UP
RATES OF FREIGHT.
Hen phi. 10
, vOrleans...... 15
rtfiens, Ark 17! 't
Way,. ... . ... 22'.
CArno,IU., March 29th, 18S3. (
Tresent His Hon. Mayor Thistlowood
and Aldermen Blake, Halliday, ninklc,
nughes, Kimbrough, Paticr, Swobods and
Absent Pcttit and 8aup 2.
The mayor stated the object of the meet
ing to be, "To consider the vacation of por
tion of 86th street and sale to Singer
Manuf. Co. of portion of Railroad strip,
north of 36th street.'
rtlirOHT OF COMMITTERS.
Ordinance commitleo reported tho fol
lowing ordinances which were read first
An ordlnanco proMdlng for the vacation of Thirty
Ixth atreet, between Commercial av.nuo and
Be I1 ordained by the Cl'r Council of the city of
Section 1. That all that part of Thirty-sixth
street, in tha Fifth addition to th. city of Cairo.
Illinois, lyluc between Commorclal avonue and
Levcaiiroot. oe and th. aam la hereby vacated
and (lecUrcl to be no longer a public street and
liljthw.v, and the lot. and tract, of land immetil
ately adjoining .aid portion of said atrnet .hall net
extend to the central linn of .aid vacated part of
aid street or beyond thotr respective bounrirlo.
And th ground embraced within th limit of tb.
vacated portion of said . rtt shall agnln rovurt to
and beeomn tullv resUil In th original owner or
grantor, thereof to be bv them or their aislgni,
couveyed to lbs Slngor Mnufcturlng Company.
ORDINANCE 10. -..
An ordinance providing for the vacation oj part of i
. cer.aln street and highway, e.tabllrhed bt act-
lion noiornin.nco is. And for the aale of-cer'
tiin ground to the bingor Manuracturlng Com
pany. Be It ordained bv th. Cltv Council of th eltr a!
Section 1. That all that part of public street
aud highway of the city of Cairo act apart ai4 de
clared as .tub by secllon 5, of ordinance No li,
enacted by the City Conncll of said city, April 1-t,- -
1B73. lying neiween. -j nirty-sixtn ktreet and th
northerly boundry lino, II extended, of lot No. 8, '
diocb ro. x in me r um audition to th. City or
Cairo, Illinois, he aud the .am. I. hereby vacated
ai d declared to be m Innu.-r a nnblir. irer nrt
highway and the lota and tract of land irnmedlai-"
ty adjoining said portion or .aid atreet and bluh
way on either .Ida thereof shall not extend to th.
centr I line of said vacated part of laid street or bc
vand their present reapectiv houndrivi, but tt. .
laud on which tb portion of . id atreet hereby va
catefl I. located shall be devoted to the use declared
In the second .,-ction of thl. ordinance. '
Sor.tlon 2 That .aid portion of Said street M
vacated, together with the strip of land fifty feet
wide, also thapropurtv of the city lying along thd
westerly aide of and between .aid vacated phrtldn
of ld strestand lots t to 8, both Inclusive, Id
block No 7, In the Fifth addition too tv of Cairo;
Illinois, be sold and conveyed to the Singer Manu
facturing Company, for the consideration of tho
anm of one hundred doll nr. and upon the payment
of aald amount itn the cltv treasury. The r.nyor
sod city clerk arc hcrebv empowered and directed
to execute per and on bofialfof the city proper deed
of conveyance to raid lha Singitr Manufacturing;
Company for the land hereinbefore doicrihed.
Alderman Blake moved that rules bo
suspended ior the purpose of placing tho
ordinances on their second reading.
3Iotion carried by tho following vote:
, Ayes Blake, Halliday, Hinkle, Hughes,
Kimbrough, Patier, Swoboda and Wood 8.
Ordinance providing for tho vacation of
30th street, between Commercial avenue
and Levee street, was read the second time.
Aldermau Halliday moved to adopt or
dinance as read.
Motion carried by tho following vote:
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Hinkle, Hughes,
Kimbrough, Patier, Swoboda and Wood 8.
Ordinance providing for tho vacation of
part of a certain street and highway estab
lished by section 8 of ordinance 18, and for
the salo of certain ground to tho Singer
Manufacturing company, was read the sec
con d time.
Alderman Halliday moved to adopt or
dinance ns read.
Motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes Blake, Halliday, II inkle, nughes,
Kimbrough, Putier, Swoboda and Wood 8..
Oa motion of Alderman .Wood meeting
adjourned. D. J. Folkv,
OnThrty Day's Trial.
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Bultd and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for 80 duys to young men
and other persons afllicted with Nervous
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vigor and manhood. Also for Rlieumar
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, and many other
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Ah Eutiro Success.
It has been proved by tho most reliablo '
testimony that Thomas' Eclectric Oil is an 1
entire success in cu-ing the Uiost inveterate '
cases of rheumatism, neuralgia, lame back
and wounds of every description.
'It is Curing Everybody."
writes a druggist. ' Kidney-Wort is tho
most popular medicine we sell." ' It should
be by right, for no other medicine has such
specific action on tho liver, bowels and '
kidneys. If you have those symptoms 1
which inuicato biliousness - or deranged
kidneys do not fail to procure it and use
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by all drtigsists. Salt Lake City Tribuno '
Worms, that universal disease in child-
hood, can bo thoroughly cured by the uso
of Dr. Perry's Dead Shot Vermifuge.' E.
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NoHTuroiiT, Wis., May 6, 1870.'
James I, Fellow, Esq.
Kin: -I have been using your medicino
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phosphites, nnd it has made a new man of
me, I have boen ailing over six years
with a number of diseases, but lurgdiffl--culty
was the most prominent. I have been 1
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havo taken quantities of medicine without
any apparent benefit, but appeared to bo
still growing 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
upon me, and I was a surprise to myself
and friends, having gained so rapidly in
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Borden, Selleck St Co., 8t. Imis, soU'
tho best and cheapest Car Starter madd
With it one roan can move a freight car (1)
Original in His Dres
Two young men were ovorheand con
versing noon tho important subject of
dress as tluty stood in a theatre lobltv
last evcniivg. "Well," said one,..:
lon't like to woar what f rerybody elso
tines. I want to bo original, or, else
wettr nothing nt all." Duo who over
heard this spet'fli had tho curiowily, to v
take an inventory of the speaker's ward
robe, which resulted n follows: Item, a .
calico shirt, with bull-dog's heads on it
ns lurgo as live-cent pities; itoraj a yel
low and brown plaid ulster; with ft scnr
let nnd blue handkerchief sticking out'
of the breast-pocket; item, a black neck- ;
tie, with red spots on It like trace Of n
rceent nasal lieniorrhngo; item, striped
light trousers, sa tight as to give the im
pression that tho wearer must have skin
nod his leg to get Into them; Jtem, very
pointed shoos, with buff tops; item, a
li at, with low crown nnd a broad, rakish,
Quaker sort of brim. Evidently tho '
youth had been successful in his effort
to appear original,, nnd perhaps even '
this garb might lie better than noim at ;
all, which he declared was his altcnia ;
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