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TIIE DAHjY BULLETIN
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nffivtAL ' PAPBK UP CITY AND COUNTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nntic. (ii mi. enlnmn. Msnt Cant Ml llol foi
frit and Sva cunta per Una ch nbciant lnaor-
Hon. fat out waek, 80 eon M per lino. J) or one
month, 60 cents pr line
We nr. nthodzfld to awioiiao Mr. r .!S8K
T1IVKI.K aaacanaidata fur w-alooiloii to th aifrloa
of ldrm ftoaa the liaeond ward at tna Muting
mnntclpeUlyuuny ' ' ' yWv n
. Wrtrii(horl8'il to announce tho name of
HE KM IN BMW m a candidate fr aluorman
from tbe BeoopO want at toe amain ctij election
'Editor Bulletin: I doitre to announce myaelf
at a candidate ruraiiieruian or ma i ntra ward at
tbe election April 14th, lssi, and I reapeetftiliy aalc
the voleof ererycitlzaa aud tax yer for auch
otflca. I .hull continue a candidate until the vntea
re ceunteo. u. ae.n,in,
We are anthorUod to nnoanco the name ef
DOU'U SWOBOUAas a candidate for re-elnc-tion
to the orac of Aldnrman of the fourth ward
at the euulug city election.
Wa an authorised tn an lOilnca that TIIOS. W
J1ALLIDAY a a candidate for re olottlon ai Al
derman (rain tbo Finn ware al tuo easuinjj cuy
Wearo aiuhorlzed to anoounco that Mr. 11. F.
BLAKKwlll bti canill'i.tli! for re-election to the
city council from tbe Third ward at the ensuing
-Uso Tn CArno Bullktih perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
wanilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three, sizes, at tho oflice. No. 2 and
t. rive and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen or by the hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
Having disposed of my Photograph Gal
lery to Mr. Phelps, of Muscatine, Iowa, I
take tho method of recommending him to
the citizens of Cairo and vicinity. Mr.
Thelps has been in my employ as oporator
for the past six months, and i hereby cheer
fully recommend hira as being a courteous
gentleman and a thorough ana experienced
photogrupher in all branches portaining to
the photographic art, and bespeak for him
a liberal (share of the pubhc4patronagc.
For Bent. ;
Two furnished rooms in the private rcsi
dence, near tbo court house. Apply at this
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
A Popular Touic
. FOR WEAK LUKOH AND CONSUMPTION.
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Coughs, Colds, sore Throat, Debilitated
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away with pulmonary weakness of tho re
lief to be secured by the use of Tolu, Rock
and Rye. Chicago Times.
Fast and Louse.
Pocav loosens the teeth. Sozodont re
moves tho, cause of, their .d8truction, and
they retain their place in the dental pro
cess. After a few applications, it will he J
noticed that tho natural indentations in
them, formerly filled with corroding tar,
present a spotless appearance and their en
amelled surfaces glisten with becoming
lustre. -Thus beauty is heightened and
A Sliovt Road to Health.
To all who are suffering from Iwi'B,
ulcers, scrofula, carbuncles, or other ob
stinate diseases of tho blood and skin, a
course of. Burdock Blood Bitters will be
found to n a short roud to health. Trice
$1.00. PbuI G. Schuh, Agent.
f Beda of Down Fed Hard.
All bedsicem hard to the rheumatic.
Then hsrken ye peevish sufferers I Apply
Dr.Thomas'EclBctric Oil to your aching
joints and musclca. Itoly UDon it that you
will experience speedy relief. 8ucb, at
least, is tho testimony of those .who have
used it. ' The remody is likewiso success
fully resorted to for throat and lung dis
eases, sprains, bruises, etc. Paul 0. Schuh.
, Noting: tho Effects.
U. Gibbs, of Buffalo, N. Y writes:
"Hearing your Burdock Blood Bitters fav
orably spoken of, I was induced to wath
their effects, and rind that in chronic dis
eases of the blood, liver and kldooys, your
bitters have boon signally marked with
buccoss. ' I bovo nscd them myself with
hm results, for torpidity of the liver; and
in the case of a friend of fnino suffering
from dropsy, tbo effect was marvelous."
Price 1.00, Paul G. Schuh Agent. ;
. '- - ' !
Jacob Martsolf, of Lancaster, N. Y.,
Bays your Spring Blrwton works-, well for
' . 7. ji.. f-
Bverytning you recmiraeuu n, icyiun, who,
BDd all my children nave usei it, and you
cant And a healthier family In Now York
Bute. Oot.3. 1880. Pries 50 cents, trial
bottle 10 cents. Paul G. Mchuh, Agent.
, TriB Ukajiom 7ht Mr. Fellows, in his
1 'Medical Monthlyr gives reason for th
. ' pnculiar action of his Hypophonphites In the
. euro of dlscavt, which1 scum to be borne
, out by facts. From tonlo action of tho
Sympathetic Nerves all the Organ Muscles
aro streogthonod, And tho pationt over
,;eoms hismatsdy hapf, ploisantly and
GENERAL . LOCAL ITEMS.
Kotleeato the eoiumni, ten cents per line,
Mb tnawUoa. Marked . .
, New. wall paper at Jell Clark's. f
The National elevator, at Chicago, has
posted 807,000 bushels of v corn suffering
from heat and weevil, ; ,
A new flag stoua walk is being laid in
front of the Palace clothing house 'of
Messrs. J. Burgor & Bro. V -' j
' Buy Dado window curtaini from Jeff
M.Clark. ' " ' , I", ' ! " tf. ,
Mr.N. Prouty is having the front of
his saloon, on Commercial avenue, below
Sixth street, mado now.
Another esse of small-pox has appear
ed in Padticnh. It is a negro and a citizen,
who is employed on a railroad. 1
Col. B. S,. 'ithea, of Nashvillo, after
whom tho steamer B. 8. Bhea is named,
was a guest at Tho Ilalliday yesterday.
There is a copy of tha bible in Con-
tralia that was published in 1003, much
older, by the way, than King James' edi-
tion. ; '
-Tho encouraging news comes that the
Mississippi 'river is rapidly receding, and
will bo within its banks from Memphis to
Greenville, Miss., within a few days.
For several days back the large scales
at tho Central stock yards, on Commercial
avenue, have beon again ready for business
under the managomoutof Mr. Leo Boicourt.
All latest styles ' of wall paper at Jeff
Blanks to be filled In for publication
of tax purchasers notice will bo furuishod
freo of charge on application at The Bul
letin office.' tf.
The reception, to be given to-night on
board the steamer City of Cairo, promises
to bo ono of tho grandest affairs of the sea
A new sprinkler will bo put in full
operation upon the streets in a few days by
Messrs. Charles Newland & Co. It is be
ing furnished with the necessary perforated
piping which will be its finishing touch.
The anniversary of tbe assassination
of Abraham Lincoln will be commemorated
by the Guard of Honor at the monument
in Springfield to-morrow afternoon. GoY.
Cullom and others will deliver addresses.
There have been built since the first of
this year 1,358 miles of new railroads,
ugainst C83 miles reporting at the corres
ponding time in 1831, 887 miles in 1880;
317 miles in 1870, 242 miles in 1878, and
100 miles in 1877.
See Jeff Clark's wall paper beforo
' On Tuesday the reports from the fruit
soctions of tho country wcro glowing, but a
subsequent freeze has destroyed the pros
pects in a wide expanse of territory. Peach
es in the northwest havo been killed, and
the upple and cherry buds have suffered
Tho Cairo Presbytery, composed of
twenty-six counties, met at the Presbyterian
church at Metropolis yesterday morning
and will continue through tho remainder of
the week. Over thirty ministers aro ex
pected to attend, and thero will bo services
morning and evening. Rev. B. Y George,
of this city, preached Thursday morniug.
On account of the continued riso in
the price of grain, quotations on whisky
and glucocs have also gono up. April 20
ends tho distillers' year, and it is probable
that a number of distillers in Peoria and
Pekin will closo down at that timo on ac
count of the high price of corn and the
shipment of cattle.
Parncll is represented as pale and bag'
gard, but remarked that ho hnd had little
to complain of in regard to his prison treat
ment. He will remain in Paris until ' the
latest moment couBistcnt with bis parole
An American suspect named W'hito has
been unconditionally released from llass
Tho decision of Judge Wylie in the
criminal court of the District of Columbia,
denying the application to quash the shir
route indictments under Mia Maryland law
oi 1723, overthrows tho lost hope of the star
routers of being able to avoid a trial.
Judgo Wylio declares that tho law of 1723
has disappeared from tho District Code,
and is therefore inoperative.
-By late improvements in tho telephone,
conversation has been easily carried on bo'
tween Boston and New York a distance
of 240. Ordinary tones ol voice wore heard
distinctly, and with the application of what
is called a handphone, a whisper could be
distinctly heard. The secret oi this sue
cess is mainly the use of a stronger electric
curront, and it is confidently predlctod that
soon the improvements will enable con
versation to bo carried on successfu l bo
tweon New York and 8an Francisco.
This morning Thb Bulletin presents
Mitjor Jesse Hinkle as a candidate for re
election to the office of Alderman frotn the
Second ward. During Major Uinkle's
career in tbe city council ho has shown
himself to possess a sound judgment, do
votlon to tho interests of tho people of his
ward and tho city at large, and close atten
tion to his duties. Ills experienco of two
years makes him even more valuable and
his re-election would insure to tho people
of the Third ward at good representation si
they ever had.
The city council has been Mubbod
often enough by tho narrow gauge officials
CAIRO BULLETIN:. Fill' PAY AlOUNWC
and should not hiimeliato tho city Into the
dust before a company of self-sufficient, ar
rogant foreign millionares, who have not as
yet deigned to notice any of tho council's
or citizeos' ovortures lth tho commonest
resprect duo from man to man. To this
day the councils' last proposition has not
been formally replied to by those bomhus
tic coxcombs. , '
At tilt invitation of Captain W.P.
Ilalliday a party of about sixty prominent
citizens took a trip to the gap in tho Mis
sissippi levco on the steamer Tlireo States
yesterday evoning. , Tbe general purptso
-of the party was to soe the result of a ro-
markabletiatural convulsidh, or something
else, by wlncli too law ot gravitation was
neutralized at least so fur as water is con
corned. Tho party arrived safely on tho
spot about 'half past 5 o'clock and all
went ashore to examine tho
strange phenomenon more closely
Upon their arrival at tho gsp tho company
was startled to find with what ttiiffio
furco tho water was rushing out of the low
place ia tho city, through tho gap in tho
Mississippi levee and up a steep incline to
ward tho rivor, into which it poured with
all tho wild music of a young cataract. A
number of men were still at work in the
gap, deepening it in order to allow tho
more water to puss through it, and by
soundings mado within view by Chief
Myers, it was shown that about five feet of
water could still bo let out by deepening
the gap a little more.
On Wednesduy the fellow who drew
drafts on St. Louis for two and three dollars
respectively, in the Alexinder county bank
some time ago and then attempted to draw
two and three hundred dollars onthcni nt
a St. Louis bank, was indicted
by a grand jury at St. Louis.
Mr. II.Wclls,of the Alexander county.bauk,
was present to identify the fellow who
proved to bo the samu who had drawn the
original drafts here. Toe prisoner was
held to bail in the sum of ono thousund
dollars and in default thereof was sent to
jail to await trial.
Old Granny Argus: ''It will bo ex
ceedingly fortunate for the city if if se
cures a council that cannot bo 'bamboozled
nor bulldozed1 by those interested in pre
venting the St. Louis & Cairo railway from
entering town." So long as the city coun
cil is "bamboozled and bulldozed'' into di -ing
what is for the city's greatest good, tho
citizens havo reason to congratulate them
selves; but no greater calamity could be
fall them than to have a council which
could bo "bamboozled and bulldozed" into
sacrificing the city's interests to an unrea
sonable, dictatorial, rapacious, unscrupu
lous, foreign railroad corporation.
Wednesday night some person or per
sons entered tho sleeping apartments of sev
eral of the employes of Mr. Wm. Alba, and
stole therefrom all the clothing belonging
to the sleepers in the room. A number of
coats, pants, vests, shirts, etc., were taken
and also several pillow slips which were
probably used for bags in which to conceal
tho clothinar. The rooms Are in tho secoud
story of tho brick building occupied by
Mr. Sanders as a grocery, and just b ick of
the law office of lion. J. M, L'insdcn. The
burglars first stole a Btop ladder from Mr.
A. IIalley,by means of which they climbed
over the transom into this law office, and
from thenco entered the sleeping rooms
through a sliding window. No certain
clue .to tho thieves had boon obtained yes
In tho senate at Washington Wednes
day the bill to allow Ute Indians agricul
tural lands near tho Utah reservation,
instead of thoso heretofore provided for
them on tho LcPlata river, was passed. A
hill for tho relief of Georgo E. Payne, of
Louisiana, was passed. In tho house, the
proposition to permit states to tax legal
tender United States notes" was reported
upon adversely. The committee on ap
propriations was instructed .to report that
further measures of relief should be ex
tended to the sufferers by tho Mississippi
floods. An Important amendment to tho
national banking law was. reported from
tho committee on banking nud currency.
Committee on commerce has agreed with
tho committee on Mississippi river on an
appropriation of $4,122,000 for river im
provement. Committee agrcod upon the
electoral count bill, and ordered it reported.
Yesterday was tho first day of a grand
opening given by Mrs. 8. Williamson in
her elegant millinary establishment on
Seventh street, and it was a grand niasc
meeting of ladies of all ages, all bent upon
examining the many beautiful things ar
ranged in a gorgeous manner in all parts of
the spacious room. Many were the excla
in at ions of pleasant surprise at the hund'
some articles as they attracted tho eyes of
those present, and many a dollar and fancy
article exchanged hands. Mrs. William
son's hat department attracted especial at
tention, and ono hat in particular, known
as "Mother Hubbard's poke bonnet," mag
nificently trimmed with ribbons, plumes
and ornaments to suit ladies of all ages and
complexions, was tho subject of much fav
orablo comment. In tho wsynf funs, also
Mrs. Willamsoo offers a brilllnnt display
and' .groat inducements. Tliey nro
of silk and S'ltin, all of tho htist styled,
ami would'bo just the thing for a prow nt on
a birthday or any other occasion, from a
young gentleman to his favorite young lady.
Beautiful fans will certainly be nil the rage
with a beautiful audience, in our bountiful
opera houso.' Mm. Williamson will con
tinue, hor opening tlirotijjli this week ) she
hopes to make it interesting for all wh-
call at her emporium and hopus to suo ail
her old customers and many now ones be-
loro tlio wouk omsos.
' Caiho, Iu.8., April 0, 1833
To Capt. W. P, Wright : Wo, tho under
signed citizens of tho Third' ward do re
spectfully request of vu tho privilegoor
using your name as a candidate for Alder
man in said ward. Feeliug tho need of an
able representative in tho Third ward, and
aro confident that you possess tho desired
W. L. Bristol,
J. M. Ewen,
Henry L. Kiunear,
E. S. Dewey,
G. L. Mey berry,
E. C. Ford,
J as. K. Rearden,
John Yanvactor, j
Jacob I) ivin,
W. HJ Itay,
J. A. Voi;dson,
H. S. Williamson,
S. P. Bennett,
W. II. MeEvvon,
W. J. Withev,
Austin Bishop, John Alden,
G Washington No. 3, Ed Vaughn,
Gus Anderson, Wm. Nott,
Geo. Buckner, Geo. Smith,
Bill Grey, G. Washington No 1,
Jas. Swanks, P. Gamble,
TIIE CAIRO AND TEXAS RAILROAD.
For a day or two Col. IVamore, of the
Cairo and Texas narrow gauge railroad, has
been stopping at tho Ilalliday in this city,
having returned from a trip of inspection
of his road so far as completed. A repre
sentative of The BcLLKTiit took it upon
himself to subject the Col. to au interview,
to wiiich the latter very courteously sub
mitted witli the following result:
Bulletin Rep.: "I understand, Col.,
that you have concluded arrangements
with the Illinois Central railway, by which
your road will transact all its business with
St, LouU at this point by way of tho Cairo
ami St. Louis Jshort line. Is this true?"'
Col. P.trnmore: "It is not strictly true,
butjtherc has been some talk about it, and
it cannot yet bo definitely said what ar
rangements will bo mado with respect to
B. R: "By what time do you expect to
have your rwad completed to this point nnd
in full operation?"
Col. Poramore : "I think in about sixty
days. Wo have a largo forco of men ot
work and aro pu.iing tho road from both
ends and in tho middle,"
B. R. : "Do you exoect to make con
nection hero with St. Louis by menus of
one of tho roads running irom this mint
to that city, or do you contemplate build
ing vour road from Birds' Point to St. Louis
on the Missouri shore.
Col. Parcuiore: "Wo expect to make.
connection at this point for St. L ui,
cither with the Cairo & St. Louis narrow
gauge or the Cairo Short line. We Bro
satisllei that satisfact"ry arrangements can
be made with cither." j
B. R.: "Were your plans afketed in any
way or to any extent by thn misunderstand
ing existing between the Cairo council and
the Cairo & St. Louis road?"'
Col, Paramorc: "Not in the least. I
believe that by tho time Our road reaches
here the littlo trouble will have been ami
cubly settled, but if not, we can reach St.
Louis over tho short line just as well."
In conversation with . another gentleman
Col. Psramoro intimated that Cairo would
bo mado (lie headquarters for tho meetings
of the road officials from now on nud that
u meeting ot importance would occur soon.
THE REASON WHY.
In Wednesday evening's issue Grand
mother Argus took occasion to cast some
reflections upon tho mayor and city council
bicBUso they ordered that the Mississippi
lovee be cut in order to allow sonio of tho
water in tho two ponds above Fourteenth
street and above Twelfth street 'o p:iss out,
and for the purpose of afterward laying a
sowerof largo capacity through the Missis
sippi levee to servo as a permanent outlet
to tho water in tho city, Tho old lady
thought this an electioneering sch emu,
much more expensive, longer of accom
plishment than a tunnel through Ohio
levee, and contrary to the laws of nature,
which required that water should always
run down hill, Tho old lady proved, not
only that she was sadly deflciont in "a lit
tlo information that any civil engineer
can give," but ' that sho was
a total stranger to wator, not knowing even
therst principles governing that impor
tant element. Tho reasons why tho old
l idy's complaint that tho Ohio Juveo should
have been tunneled, is tho quintessence
ot foolishness nro.
First, that no moans havo as yet been
discovered or suggested 'by which a tunnol
can be dug through an ; embankment, bo
low tho surface of two bodies of water lying
close against either side. To havo dug
tho tunnel abovo the Burfucc of
tho Bipo water would have
permitted only wind to pass through it, not
water, aud that would hardly have served
the purposes of tho council or of sensible
Second, that, ns but two or four men
could havo worked at tho tunnel at once,
it would havo required from thirty to sixty
days timo to piurco the levee, and long be
fore that time the scwtjrs would havo ac
complished alunu whittiho tunnel nai in-
J. BUEGEE & BEO.
Will donate ono hundred dollars to nny charitable institution tho mayor of Cairo may
designate, provided it can bo truthfully stated that wo In any instance advertise goods
qualities und prices, that wo cannot show. It is a fact that nt times we mention prices
for certain lines of goods that ftro so ridiculously low as to seem impossible to tho
public, and even to other dealers, and wo do not blame them for their incredulity, be
ing nsthey are, unaware. of tho advantaged mid facilities we have for obtaining at cer
tain times largo lots of thanust dusir.tblo g iods at prices greatly under their realvuluo
and litre aro tho
ADVANTAGES WE HAVE:
FIRST Tho quantity of merchandise we buy to supply mir numerous stc res.
SECOND We have ample cupital and uro prepared t buy rash down,
THIRD We aro at nil times represented io eastern maikets by a resident buyer
who is always on the lookout. ' '
Now, it is by taking advantage of these opportunities thst wo do frrjn timo to timo
niime kiic'Ii apparently liiliculously low price. For itistunro wo are selling Middlesex
v ii But, in;ti! a Itiu Hi-1, til 11 1,11 l'll I I in; ill tu'i I A tf lU.UU. 11
t'enuiiio without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Suit for $!)..V), worth Sl.VOO. A very nob
by Red Silk Mixed Stilt at $12 fiO, worth $10.00. W do not sell iroods lor less than cost.
Wo want it distinctly understood that wo make a sintll profit on everything we sell, for
that principle by which a merchant can sell eonoN for lr8 tlinn cot-, nrd still keep store,
has never yet been discovered. Cmua and sec our g"ods. You will Lot be importuned
J. BURG ER & BRO,
A.t 3?alaeo Clothing I-Jouse,
108 Commercial Avenue,.
tended to aid them in accomplishing.
Third, with all the engineering skill con
centrated in tho old lady's . cranium
sho will, not bo able to suggest
how, in esse of a rise in the
rivers, whii-h was threatened at tho time the
work on tlio Mississippi was bceuti, how,
in that case, the tunnel in tho Olno levee
could havo li-'cn (-licet ii illy closed against
tho river. No "information that any civil
engineer" has so far been able to give, hns
demonstrated bow a tunnel can bo mado
water tight; and if tho old lidy had gotten
her tunnol she would, in cat-e tho river ri's-,
cry lustily for s mie one to "como and htlp
her let it go."
Fourth, the estimated cost of tunneling
Ohio IcVCO AS AVKIITAISEI J;V KMUNKEH
CIIAULKB Tllltll'!-, WAS FIVK THOUSAND
TiiHKK ULNDUIJ) i)1.lais, which it would
have been the flight of foolishness to tx
pend for abso'.ur-jly nothing for the pur
pose r,f ridding the city of t;i;;c water which
had long before passed out ihrough the
Aiid now, on the other Innd, the trench-
ingorth'i Mississippi k-ve-j was not "un
electioneering dodge," for Hij onticimn
who origin tied the plan, Cipt. W. P. li d
jiday, is not a candid ito for any olllie with
in tho gift of the oeople. Bit it was tho
work of the prvnt ciy council, acting up
on tlio suggestion of tho gentleman !'or'
sib', and after thorough investigation and
deliberation. Tlio poiat selected for the
trench was not the one uust desired, but it
was as near to that as could be . obtained.
It was selected, first, because the levee
could there bo opened t'io quickust;s-con!,
because the soil oiitsido tin b-vco there whs
of a nature tint could not beoj-ily na-hed
aay. Ttietroneh was dug iu such a way
that it can be easily and clFijciu-illy closed
against the river in civjc of necessity. Be
fore tbo trench wns dug it was ascertain!."'
by soundings that from fivo to six feet of
water could bo drained out of the low
places in tho city by cutting a trench
through tho Missisippi ' levee, cud tliU
would relieve tlio 'greater portion of the
city almost entirely of water, which, in but
tew places, was over this depth. Tint t e st
of thi.wtork was not n circtiiii"t:mce to what
that of tunneling the Ohio levee would
have been, and it serves the purpoac imi' li
better than.such tunnel would have done.
Since about ten o'clock Wednesday morning
it has allowed a stream of water from two
to four feet deep and from ti!it to tiltecn
foot wido to pass out of the city at an
average rate of fifteen miles per hour, thus
demonstrating beyond the possibility of a
doubt that water will "run up hill like the
devil" when you give it chance, obi Grand
m jther Argus to the contrary notwithstand
ing. Mr. Robert Uaird, who had charge of
the work of trenching, says that tho gap
alono ullows more water to run out of tho
city thun nil the sewers combined, ami any
one w ho will follow the example of about
seventy-five of our prominent citizens yes
terday, und make a trip nrouiid to the
"gap," will bo satisfied that water nous
"uin up hill" sometimes, nud that Mr.
IJuir J is right.
"Goi.dkn Medical Discovery" (words
registered ns a tindo-mark) cures all hum
ors from tho pimple of uuiption to gnat
virulent eating ulcers.' ,
Death of Jesse Jamiis.
Tho death of Jesse James ami tlm disin
tegration ot . his baud of outlaws havo
aroused a new interest in this subject ; nud
the Historical Publishing Co., of Si. Louis,
announce a timely new edition of iht-ir
famous "B irdcr Outlaws," a lull amount
of the death of Jeesu Jnmes, and the tlnw
pieco of detective work that .led to that re
sult, with a portrait of tho dead outlaw
nftur ho was shot. Book agents mid tho
rest of mankind will find the a Ivei tbcmuut
in another column of this paper.
Tlie Key to Health.
Havo you found the key to perfect health
and strength? It is Kidney-Worr, the only
remedy that oviTcomoa at once the inaction
of tho'kldnevsuiid bowels. It purities tho
blood by I'leauning the system of foti hu
mors and by giving strength to tho liver,
kidney and bowels to perform their regu
lar functions. See displayed ridvortiuo-mont.
I am composed of ton letters, i
ily 1, B, 3, 4, If a beautiful jounc lsfly.
My C. 2, 7, 0. U the cb! aud flow of tbe oca.
My 7, 8,9, I, a. Ii luck of coufliletco,
Jl jr 9, lii, i, 0, la departure.
Mywholul rccotinizod tob tbe Uncut 6c
clZ'ro.i tho nin-krt,
bolvj tliU problem, cnt It out iul prureot It At
tii'o. E. O'JI ruV fur one of tlicru fli-.e ciRve.
Ouoi! for tinlnj April ltth, Si.
SlUVU AM) TlMVAKK.
j S i V' VES! STOVES!!
ALL SOIiTS, SIZES AND STYLBS
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COl'i'O & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINW OK JOU WOXX rjOWS TO OUDER
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Onir-. . - Illinois
MI.'.L ANP 1').M1.-M0.
CAl SO, ILLINOIS. ,
FLOUR, OB A IS AND RAY
iritrbest Catdi Price Paid for Wheat.
BALE OF 'UNCLAIMED PROPERTY.
NOTICE IS IIERUnr GIVEN THAT
ON THE 17T1I DAY OF APRIL,
At lO u'c'orlc In lliu lon-naon at thn frulclit hones
nl tltu M Lmiiik, Iron Mountuln nntl Noutlierti rail
way i'oninny In thu city el Culm, Flats of llilnoli,
ih" loiliniinu (li'H-iliiod HMlc'd" celinlptieil nt lielmr
will In' mid ut public auet on, to pay cIimkih vis :
I'ONHIWNIUCS, lUtXCHIlT ON.
-I. II, lO'iid lplK (U)l)inln
Win Mmy eeeMtMtM (tett I chi'Kt tool
L. 8. Keueri ) box atiuilrlee
I. iailn llerlitrt , ...1 lull, of sacks
It. W. l-'rtiukun 1 kuiii hour
Do ,. S iieur kega
Mil villi' lip'w. t'o ..!! lteerki'ne
II. Kiioike.lt, .0 tu'ur ki'j;
A, Li.lo 1 hr tirl clilur
,1 l;ri,(ir nl I box b h (porta
Mil hie ll.ii.nij:.. i J liex uiiflrlr-a
W. 'I . Jel!iii'ti , 1 clion t onl a
J.ouls I'erlicrt 9 brrr kir
(Ii nry W miil- i 1 homo power
Louis' Ili ri'cil t i(eiteeieieeet 6 liner ki
Hun I Km) Wuuai 1 boa lib eooon
ll' tiiion ,'ii'o i ......1 box banlwaro
'I H u l. tho rnme bnve been rur.iilvotl by Ilia PtLoule
Iron Miainiain utirt ttmii born railway ore puny aa
cum mono irii'lern, lu tlio reijiilnr course ol liuainvaH
cotifl lined an abovo to Cairo, Illinois, and havubnuil '
linlit tlio ttniti n-iiiilrcit bv law.
TUB HT. 1iVlH. IRON MOUNTAIN AO -BOUTHKHN
Itdl.WAY fJOMHANY. HY s
II. II. MUlltUN, AOKNT. .
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