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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:; TUESDAY MORNlNt, APRIL 3, 1883.
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rSN VtARLDAKING POWDERJ
H C IM,'"JNDT0RIS
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
81000. Given fc a
Ifa!um orauy (njurioosmhstanoescau bo found
to Andrews' Pearl Baking Powder. 1 pos
tvi ,v PURE. lMng.ndatd, and testimonials
nwlved trum uch chemist at S. Dana Hays, Boa.
tin: M. rv.alontauii, of Chicago; and (iustavm
Bode, Milwaukee Never rM in built. .
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.
45 ilkiiigau Av. 8S7. 2sJ & 31 E. N at
Every Corset is warranted antls-
luctory to its wearer In every wuy,
or tho money will b refunded hy
the person from whom it was bought.
The onlv Comet pronounced by our londlna phyilfliins
set Injurious to the wearer, and rnilnrml ty Indies M
the " nwet imtoriabl and perfect fitting Corset iw
PRICCS.br Mali r.tM Paldi
Heat lb Pnnrtiii, S1.60. (telf.AdJu.tlnf. S1.60
AMmlnal (extra heavy) 8.00. Nurslnc, S1.60
Health Prorrrirr ( eouttll SS.OO. Paragon
Wmr sale by Iradlnc HtUII Dealer everywhere.
CHICAGO COUSKT CO.. Chloato, HI.
TTTTfN Tplpop1eretlwajioti the look
11 I vl I J'nut for r bailees to Increase
I II their caio tug, and to time
I I I V) Ijjbccome wealthy; those who
""do not loiproY th-lroppnr
' tnnltlea remain in poverty.
We offer a groat chance to msko money. We wa it
mau men. 'omn, hoys and girls to work lor n
right lo'hwtr own localities Any one ran do the
work properly fr m the first siart. The hustneM
will pay more to n ten times ordinary wages. Kx
ceiisiveomfl' furnished free. No one who ensaires
fai a to ranks money rap illy. You can dev. te
your wholi-lira" to 'ho work, or only your spa e
moment. Full Information and all f'St I needed
em free. AaUreesSriNSOX CO. Portland. 51 o
,DR. KLINE'S GRfAT
' Air all IHIM and Nemib
IDivihiv Ostt uts ci'he roH Nrun Arrio-
lu eim-it-d. AolUaf1rr Arrtdnv'tu. Trtttiie k
Its Urwl bottlt freta Fit CuM,thy pTlDr'ipnis
Io.ar..b..s..h. rfceivtd. wtd DimeR.F.O.snd
ipru sridrruefaffiiMxt le 1m Kl.lNfc.MI Arc
St-Pbllwls-.r' ttoUrvgut teane'Mnaii.
Kpealal Assessment Kotioc.
Notice is hereby g. yen to a'l pernons In'er 'Sted.
That the city council o ti.e cl;y ot Cairo having by
Ordnance No 100 ordered, "Section 1. That
Blghtb itwt from the eas'.erlv Mo of Wsslung
ton ar. nne to (he weali'rwardly side of Jefferson
areauebe improred in the manner heiuluulter
Hectlon 2. The grade of said street shsll he the
erade ertab Ishnd for Wablngton arvnue at its in
tersection with said Klxhlh street, and all por
tlons of said street provided herein to be imi.rovcd
which may be b-,low raid I'Mabhched grado sha 1
b'fll ed tbsrutn. Provided thatwnere fo sur'ace
or natura1 grade of stld street mav now he above
aid eetab le'it-d grsdo. said natur il grale shall be
taken as the etabltetied grade and shall only he
dug lot i or removed auflklent to level the ground
or to give proper crown to raid street.
Section a. Said etieet shall he covered w'th
ersv.-l of a good quality for such pnrpnoes, to be
laid to a depth of one fool In the centre of said
street with a gradual decl'ne to a iblckoe! st he
outer edgeofine sldewslkof nine inchm, provided
the snrface of ald street ' all i e first graded so as
to give propur cr jwd, affjrdlog lufflcient drainage
Pection4. The said Imprvo'nent shall be made
brrpfcia1 assens-nent ss pr ivldel for In Flections
Is t M Inc nOve of Article 9 ol the Act of the O-n-eral
AM-eiulilvof the Ktavo of ! ILnols, approved
Apnl 1-th. 87J. anl enrtl1 "An art to provide
for the lncu.'pnr4t.on of cities and villages"; and
bavj applied to tbocom.tr ourt of Alexand r
county Tor ri. ei'BmDt of the cost of said Im
provement, acred tij to beuvflts; and an aaes
ment lueruof having been made and return' d to
said ccir. and tfie fl--i bearlug therein will he
bad at 'n: n' ; ' ' 'd eoirt, commencing
on theUtb day or Ja'y. A. D. 183.
All pers me 1 ) rl'i r mar then and there appear
ftbd make their def-n-
Cairo, 111., March it-tin. 18i3.
N. . DRV-'RB. )
0 J. tJ'l LlUAN', VComtulaelonen.
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ren uierteereereMs cnneiiieermii eaa fey.
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. tn"lUn vtiti srl)ea Ires.
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mi A favorlle nnmririin s n. A ii.
anoai noted and auroiMsriil inwieiiits In lbs r. K.
lyow rjtlred h lor Inenire of VerrvM ttrHHtw,
Is adaJB tt...oovsloieva. Urulsw can fill Ik
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'WE DAILY BULLE1TN.
For porno weeks post the Socrotnry of
tlio dub hal been, in cprrofpondenco
with .lolm Quinoy, Adaipp. ,Hffffie, of
New Haven, Conn., rpimlinr a nia
cliinp bnmlit out by that person called 1
tho "Aeiue." Tho machine was de
signed to remove corns, reshape" tho
foot, relieve chilblains ami make a bow
lejrjreil niairvalk with tho fraee of a
kinr. It was limtlly nfjrectl to pay the
inventor's fare cue way if he would
come to Detroit aud exhibit his ma
chine before the club, and in case it
would accomplish what ho claimed for
it sixty-two members would take ma
chines and pay spot cash.
Mr. Bogjrie "arrived in the city a day
or two ago, and Paradise Hall was
scarcely opened for the regular weekly
meeting before ho showed up. Much
curiosity and interest were exhibited
bv members, and Samuel Shin, Young
Ityson Smith and Whalebone Howker
could hardly wait for the meeting to
H'other Gardner not having arrived
at 7.S0, Sir Jsnac Walpole took the
chair and opened the meeting, and it
was then announced that "The Acme"
would he exhibited.
Mr. l?ojrlo made a brief address,
stating his claims and hopes and inten
tions, and the machine was placed on
the floor and made readv for trial. It
was a walnut box about two feet long
by eighteen inches wide and a foot high,
and in the interior was a curious coin
plication of wheels, knives, springs,
file and jack-planes. The inventor
said he would first like to try the ma
chine ou a bow-legged man ot sanguine
temperament, and after some hesitation,
owing to his excessive modestv, he
Rev. Fenstock came forward. In his
youthful days he one day fell off the
roof of a shed and landed astride of an
inverted six-pail ke'tle, and ever Bince
that hour he has had a pretty fair-sized
tunnel under him.
Every voice was hushed and erery
eye peeled as Penstock placed his two
feet in the box. Then came the whir of "
machinery, and one could hear the click
as the jack-plane struck a gravel-stone
or a horse-shoe nail imbedded in an old
callous or corn. Fifty seconds dragged
themselves away and then came a tear
ing, grinding sound, followed by a loud
report and a shock which upset two ,
dozen members. Cog-wheels flew
around the hall as thick as snowflakes,
and Tenstock bumped the ceiling and
floor alternately a dozen times. For
the second time in the history of the
club a foot-compressor and bow-legged-remover
had exploded in tackling its
first victim. The members crowded
around Penstock, and in the excitement
and confusion John Quincy Adams
Boggle rushed for the street. As he
went down stairs he was hit in the( back
with an old iron kettle, but this ' only
holped him along the faster. ...
When 6on:i:',nng like order was re
stored in the hall it was found that
eighteen lights of glass were broken,
the ' stove door cracked,' two lamps
smashed and the floor badly torn up.
As for Pcnsiock, it whs sad. When ho
got upon his feet it was found that his
toes turned in at such an angle as to
bring his knees inside of his legs. He
wa assisted down stairs to bo taken
home on a dray, and the announcement
of his death at the next meeting would
surprise no one. Brother Gardner came
in about the time tho pieces had been
picked up and quietly observed:
"If a man am purty let us forgive his
lies an' tricks an swindles. If ne. has
small feet let no one ax whether he pays
Ids debte. If his ha'r curls doan quesn
tin his gineral intelligence. If hia Knees
hang plumb sot him down as an oratot
an' a scholar. If he has small feet,
doan' hesitate to le him take your mon
ey an' invest it for you. Let us now
begin work." Detroit Free Press.
His Good Name Comes Back to Him.
Jacob Aeschback keeps a small store
at 81 Washington street, Hoboken, and
repairs watches and jewelry.1 A few
dnys since two sharpers stole, from his
store, a valuable gold watch belonging
to John II. Kysaczyubki, and he felt
keenly the fact that people 'Suspected
him to be the thief. For two days and
nights his wife cried over the misfortune.
He heard that two men had been arrested
in Newark, while trying to rob a traveler,
and he went there, accompanied by the
Chief of Police of Hoboken and Mr.
Hvszczvuski. He at once identified tho
risonersaslhemen who stole the watch. '
Vlien he f aw them in the First Precinct
Folice Station his eyes tilled with tears,
and, in an excited and dramatic man- 1
ner, told how each acted in his store,
One of them, he said, left with him the
inside frame of a chain locket, that ho
might tit a glass into it.
"Here is the frame," he added, draw,
ing it from his pocket. "The man kept .
the locket, but 1 saw in it something red,
and I should know it if I saw it again." 1
A locket which had been taken from 1
ono of t,ho prisoners, Charles Howard, .
was shown to Aeschbach. Immediately .
he laughed and cried by turns, and, at
the same time exclaimed:
"Oli, mv Gd! Thank heaven, I'm
saved! Mr. Chief that is tho locket.
See how this frarao will fit it" .
The locket was opened, and it was
found that the frame which tho hvsteri-,
cal jeweler produced -belonged 'to it.
In the locket was a piece of red flannel. ,
The sight of this drew tears from Aesoh
bach's eyes again.. . .-, ,, t . ... 4 r, ..,
"That is the red Btuff, I . saw," be .
shouted. . "Oh, for God's sake telegraph .
to my wife I'm safe, and have found the
men who stole the Watch. JJhe hhs boon '
crying her life away. They, said, I stolo .
the watch, but now, thankGod, my good
name has come back to mo and my
family." Sew York Sun.'
Wonderful 'Possum Hunting. ' 1
Florida is the land hf 'possums, as
well as alligators. Fitgene Cicero
Pound, a native of Dooly County, is now
living m ar Providence, lu , Columbia
County, Via., and bis adventures with
tho 'possum family have been wonder
ful. His brother 'Joe, and father, Mr.
A. J. Pound, have recently visited him,'
Bnd we met Jon last weok returning to
his home In Milledgevillo. He informed
us that his brother Eugene has caught
since Christmas fifteen "possums within
100 yards of his house two of them Inj
his smokehouse, two in his bndroom,,
and his wife one morning found a big,
fat fellow sitting on the tab) In the)
dLoW-room. ',' '
MoNiuT Evehino, April 2, 1883.
March wont out like a roaring lion tad
April came in with little improvement in
the state of the weather. However, the
sun, late this afternoon, showed hit face
lor the first time for, we may say, weeks and
wo feel prompted to predict a stretch of
unusually fine weather.
Tho market like the weather, has been
dragging for a few days, and there) is no
prospect of iuiprovment soon.
-' FLOUR The market is dull and easy.
Stocks are fair.
CORN We note a good supply of all
grades and a light dtmand.
OATS Supply and demand are about
equl. Prices are firm 42c.
.'. MEAL Steady and moderately firm
with small demand.
". BRAN We note a fair demand at quo
tations. BUTTER Choice ii scarce and tells
readily. Common is plenty and neglected,
i EGGS Tho supply baa been light and
prices are a shade higher and firm. '
APPLES Steady and unchanged. The
demand is for fancy stock.
POTATOES Easy and unchanged.
Sales and Quotations.
M0T1. The price Bare given axe for sales from
first hand la roond lot. An advance is
enargedfor broken lota in Ojllniordun.
W various grades ...
. I 6O1QS 0
in) bbls choice
100 bhla choice......
l'O hole (anev.... a i i iiiisihi eeaw i urn
100 bbls XXX
$ cars choice ,..mm
1 car mixed
1 cars cbotce small bale-
8 cars good Timothy
i car muea.........
...M. ..... ....
Scars mixed in balk.
8 cars mixed In bulk...
1 car white.
8 carl choice In balk
8 car la bulk-. t eie s
. 7 WHEAT.
No.S Red, per ba..;
No. i Mediteraneaa
m ehle City In lot.
203 bbl City
1 car In secki. ...
sax i s see
510 ponnd Sonthern Illinois roll IS
SO pounds Northern roll SO
50" pon nds Northern Dairy
bOO pounds Southern Illinois.... . 103-40
V0 dozen ...... ,.,......m.... .... ... 14 3 IS
8)0 dozen,. ... 13
.0J dviBsn 14
1 coop large choice......
4 coops mixed 8 80
Scoops hen 4 00
75 bbls Bon Davis, R May & Home Beauty 4 50
So bhle choice Winssps 3 50
8D bh a Uenstlns I 00JM 50
Slack packed fruit 50c to $1.00 leu
Northern Peach Blows per bush H.ft0?t70
Southern Ills, Peach Blows per bash S0&6I
CIDER. ' '
Per barrel 1 SOftl Ot
. ,. .. llHW.1
Tierces ! see a "H
Bucket , X
Plain hams one
H. O. Iluui H : j
Clear sides , ...........19,
Ham M 13H
St. Johns t 00
Ohio River B
i-i husbel bnrlatii.
3 rjuanei "
Peaches. halves and unartera..... 01406
Choice medium , ,
Choice, Factory M
Dry Flint choice
irtJU OailfeitetHM IS ! !.
9bp Pol tn, dry
nnwp it, itreflo. ..,
..MMeis. 1 1 i
Common Lngs.. no
Qool Iuks , 4 M)Q SOI
?i 4 ?Vt f tK
Medio m Leaf J,J ;o
0or4Lef. T fOSJ '0
RATES OF FREJOriT.
Oram Uay Flout fork
fewt. fewt. Vbbl, a)M
Mental IS 24 e.
N'vOr.'aan,..,.. 1T'4 tlU 85 (0
Reiea., Ark..... MK - trU it - an
y ieaeoari,.HM. , iix
An Enthusitstlc Endorsement.
Gorhak, N. H., July 14, 1879.
Gkkts Whoovor you are, I don't know;
but I thank tho Lord and feel grateful to
you to know than in this world of adulter
ated medicines there" is one compound that
provsa and does all It advertises to do, and
more. Four years ago I had a slight shock
of palsy, which unnerved me to such sn ex
tent that the least excitement would make
me shake like the ague. Last May I was
induced to try Hop Bitten. I used one'
bottle, but did not see any change; another
did so change my nerves that they are now
as steady as they ever were. It used to
take both hands to write, but now my good
rifjht hand writes this. Now, if you con
tinue to manufacture as honest and good
an article as you do, you will accumulate
ao honest fortune, and confer the greatest
blessing on your fellow-men that wbi evvr
conferred on mankind. TtM Buncu.
Shiloh's Vitalizer s what you need for Con
stipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness and
all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and
79 cents per bottle. Paul G. Schuh,
P7"Don't wear dinev or faded thinirs
wnen the ten-ceot Diamond Dye will make
them good as new. They are perfect and
cost but 10 cts.
'Revelation suggests the idea that from
Woman comes the power to "bruise the ser
pents head." The words takes new mean
ing to-day since this is precisely what Mrs.
Lydia E.Pinkham's Remedies do for the
physically diseased patient. Her Vegeta
ble Compound reaches the ultimate sources
of the evil. Its action is gentle and noise-
less, but it is more powerful than the club
of Hercules. Bazar.
Mensmak's Peptonized Beef Tonic, the
only prepartion of beef containing its entire
nutritious properties. It contains blood
making, force generating and life sustain
ing properties; Invaluable for Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, nervous prostration, and all
forms of general debility; also, in all en
feebled conditions, whether the result of
exhaustion, nervous prostration, overwork,
or acute disease, particulary if resulting
from pulmonary complaints. Caswell,
Hazard, & Co., Proprietors, New York.
Sold by Druggists. (8)
A tollable Port Wine.
Mr, A Speer, of New Jorsey, whose Port
Grape Wine has such a wide reputation,
and which physicians prescribe so general
ly, was tbe first in this country to import
the Port Grape vines and to plant vine
yards of them and to introduce the art of
making wins from the Oporto Grape which
is now the best wine to be had, and has be
come a great favorite among the meet fash
ionable New York anl Philadelphia
society. For sale by Paul G. Hcbub.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering aod
crying with pain of cutting teeth t If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve tbe poor tittle sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens tbe gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in tbe United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 23 cents a bottle.
Alice Hngan, 581 Blue Island avenue,
Chicago, Ills., says: "I have been taken
Brown's Iron Bitters and find it does me a
great deal of good." .
uuckien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in ' the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sorei, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Geo. E
To Tho West.
There are a number of routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of tbe very
finest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia connect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas . and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this
line, which will bo mailed free.
C. B. Km nan, F. Chandler,
Ass'tUen'l Pass. Agent. Gon'l Pass Agent.
Of the many remedies before tho public
for Nervous Debility and weakness of Nerve
Generative System, there is none equal to
Allen's Brain Food, which promptly and
permanently restores all lost vigor; it nevor
fails, f 1 pkg., 6 for $5.-At druggists,,
To all who are suffering from tbe errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
noss, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will core you, free
of CHAROB. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a scll-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Josetb T. Inmax, Station D., New York
City. . .
Farmers and others dosinng a crentoel,
lucrative agency business, by which $5 to
$30 a day can be earned, sond address at
once, on postal, to H. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
195 and 127 Fulton street, New York.
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis
Immediately relieved by , Shiloh's Cure.
Paul G. Schuh, agent. ,...; , . . (8)
Dr. Kline's Great Nebvi Restorer is
tba marvol of the age for all nerve diseases.
II flu stopped fm..,Brad,to.Ml,,Arch
street, PhHadalola. Pa. --o : t
ARE OF EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE.
Not a SINGLE INSTANCE ON RECORD to th.
pan to yean where one of
Has been broken open by burglars and robbed.
Hall's Standard Patent Ffre-Proof
Have NEVER FAILED to
PRESERVE their CON
It is a well-known fact that ther Is NO SAFE
made in tbe world THAT GIVES AS ORE AT 8K
Cl'UITV AS 1 HE HALL'S SAFE.
Tbcy always protect their content.
Persons having Valuables should not
be without a Hall's Safe.
Hall's Safe & lock Co.
JOSKPII L,. HALL, President.
CINCINNATI, NEW YORK, CHICAGO.
LOUISVILLE, SAN FRANCISCO,
ST. LOUIS, CLEVELAND.
"1 riV'ti l"8 sweeping by, go
1 1 W 1 1 I land dare belor. yen die. aoms.
ttilng mLzbiy and sublime
leave behind to conquer time."
tie a week In roar own tow..
Kiv Dollar oatflt rre. No
risk. Everything new. Capital not required. We
wilt furnish you everything. Many er nuking
fortunes. Ladles make as mnch aa men. and boys
and girls mike irreat pay Reader, If yon want
business at wu.cb you can make great pay all ta.
time, write for particulars toll. I1ALLTT A CO
tK as x-v A week made at bom. by th. Indus
Uler 1 W Itrious. Beet ouslness now bf. the
ITS i 1 ub,lc- lap'tal not needed. Wa
fill I will start you. Men. women, boy.
TT and girls wanted everywhere to work
for us. Now is tbe time. Yon can
work In spr-e time, or live tour whole time to th
businoas. No other bulnes will pay you nearly
as well No or scan fall to make eaormon pay,
by enktagcltig at ones. Cosily ontfllend term free
Money made fait, easily, and honorably. Address
TRUE A CO., Auguita. maine.
DHALlfctt IU ' .
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat,
iS'T"'" apositiTe oire for ail siscnarae.
BtlnKtnfr. Smarting and Painful .eneatlon or tb
Bl n O Per bottle. Tor alebrsUl
trleta. or eant bv Excreaa
clpt ofprlra, JOHN S. PARK e BOX'S,
179 and 177 Svcamora St OIMCIinf A.Tt
OHIO flee menuon tbi caper.
Klection Notice, " '
Citt Clcrk's Orncs, I
Cairo. Hi., March 14th, 188V f
Public notice Is hereby given that on Tuesday th.
17th day of April, A. D. 18s:), a general election
will be held In the cl y of Cairo, county of Alexan
der, state of Illinois, forth, election of th. fallow
ing named officers, vixs A mayor, city elerk, city
treasurer, city attorney and one alderman from
each of tbe five wards of tbe city. For th. pur-
loss of said election pulls w U be opened at the
ollowltig named places, vlr:, In tbeFtrst ward, at
tbe engine hotisu of tho Arab fire company; In th.
Se -.olid ward, at the engine home of th. Rough
and Keirly flro enmpany: In th Third ward, at the
engine hnne of tho Hibernian Are company; In
the Fourth ward, at tbe conrt house: in the Fifth
ward, at iho enalno house of tbe Anchor Sr. com
pany. Maid election will be opened at night
o'clock in the morning and continue opened until
even o'clock in the afternoon of same nay.
By order or the city council. D. J. FOLBT,
IS MANUFACTUE1D BT
mm brod. ci oo.,
WB HAKI 1TIBY VARIBTY OF
Farm, Freight and Spring Wagons,
y conflnlni; ourselves strictly t. on. elaa
BEST of Hh'LKCTKD TIMBKB, iod bw THOROUGH Kn O WLBDUM . Of tb. Dttinee,w
Justly earned tbe repntatlon of making- J .. .
"THE BE8T VVACOU ON WHEELS."
Wantifiicturcrs havo Abolished th. wrrnntyTon7As ur, lbolrwd responsibility, glvs
th. following warranty with each wagon, if o agreed: ....
W Horrby Warrant th. FIBBl BROS. WAGON -tSJML2 ff wowifhrfai;
nlaralid ol grtod material, and that th. .tr.ngth ofths 'BL;jJriS
nsage. BhoiVld any br.aksg. ocenr within on. yer ttomW iyLi rrthl
or workmanship, repair (or th. wi fsnl l plscsof "l'?"'!'!
nrlco of said rcpalrsl, s p.r ag.nf.prle. ibt, will b p(d in cash by th. purchaser jrodoclng s
sample of th. broken or def.otivw i&rt. nn .vldwes. , ,
Knowing wa an salt on, w. solicit wtronsgs from .Mf.oMhsTJnlt.4 BtttM. Mod
lo,Prtc.M8dT.rms, A.lWSSA, BasU Wta,
vee Ba... udiii. ui.iiiiu. uu, iiudi
R.R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CBNTUAL H. R.
tmaiwi niraar . trims iiibivi.
'Mail . ....... 8:05 a.m I yMall 4:05 a.m
r Accom'dation.lt :10 a.m I Exprea U :10 a.m
( Express 8:50 p. m Accomdatloa..4:15 p m
C. St. L. 4 N. O. R. a (Jackson Route).
tMall ,.. 4:45a.m tMall...,. 4:80 p. m
t Express 10:80a mtEipreas 10:80 a.m
tAsWdetlon 8:50 p. tu
- ST. L. AO. R. R. (Narrow Oans.)
Express ....... 8:1ft a.m 'Express 4:flSn.m
Accom'datlon. 1 :00 p.ra Aecom'datlon 11 :40 a.m
ST.L., I.M. AS. R. R.
tBxpreis ,.10:30p.m tEipres... 1:80 p.m
WABASH, ST. LODIS A PACIFIC KT CO.
'Mall A K .... 5:00 vm Mall A Ex..., 10 p. m
Aceom'datlon 4:00 p.m I Accom'datlon 10:80 a. m
Freight ....... 7:45 a.m. ( Freight 8:45 p. m.
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE A Oil IO b. n :
Mall .5:55. m. I Mall...HM.....9:10 p. m.
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
oa aXD am a moxdat, oorosia 23,
Express and Mall leaves Cairo, every day except
Sunday, at 8:15 .. m. Arrlv.s at Kast At. Lout st
8:10 p. m Arrive at Cairo at 4::iop. m.
Accommodation arrive at 11:40 a. m. and d
parts all. -oo p. m.
ILLINOIS CENTltAL R. it.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Running
O DAILY TRAINS
Y From Cairo,
Making Direct Connkotion
rui. L.iV Caibo:
:06 a m. Mftll,
irrlvlnglD ' .Lonil:45 a.m. i Chlcago.l.SOp.m. ;
Connect g at Odin and Effingham for Cincin
nati, L lsvUle. Indiajiapuhs and point East.
IX!) av.m. St. Louis and Weestern
Arriving is St. Lonls7K5p. m., and connecting
-for.U point Weet.
3:00 p.m. Fust Express
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Lout
10:40 p.m., sad Chicago " :J a m .
3:AO p.m. Cinoinnntl Ktpree.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Lounrllle t:'i
a m.; Indl.napolla 4:05 a.m. PasreuKen by
this train rswh th. above points IU to 34
UWURS in advanc ot any other route.
r-Th8:M p. m. express ha PULLMAN
8LKEPINQ CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through lsepr to St. to Is and
Fast Time East.
Pi aaanrrara bT lbl' 1(06 g through to Ks
A aaSCUlIvra rn points without n d
eaased bv Sunder Intervening . The SstunUv after
oob train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
morning at 10:85. TMrty-eU hour in advance of
iv other ronts.
y For through tickets and farther information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
i. H. JONES, Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON. Oes. Pass, Agent. Chicago
PORT GRAPE WINE
Spkir's Port Grape Wine !
four years old.
THIS CELEBRATED NATIVE WINE la made
from the Juice of the Oporto Orape, raised In
thla country. It Invaluable tonic and itreneth
snlng properties are unsurpassed bv any other
Native Win. Being the pure Juice or tbe Orape,
produced under Mr. Speer' own personal sopervl
slon, it purity and genuineness, are guaranteed.
The von nest child may partake of Ite generous
qualities, and the weskeit Invalid nse It to advan
tage It I partlcul arly beneficial to the aged and
debilitated, and snlted tu the various ailments that
affect th weaker lex. It Is In every respect A
WINE TO BB RELIED ON, r
Speer's P. J. Sherry.
The F. J. SHERRY I a wine of Superior Char
acter and o.rtake of the rich qualities of tb. graps
from whlcb It 1. made For Purity, Richness, KIs
vor and Medicinal Properties. It will be found un
excelled. Speer's P. .T. Brandy.
Thla BRANDY stands unrivaled tnnhli Country
belngfar superior for medicinal purposes. It Is a
par. distillation from tbe grape, ana contains vsl.
oabls medicinal properties. It has a delicate fla
vor, similar to that of ihe grapes, from which It is
distilled, and I in great favor among nret-elaas
families. Se. that the signature of ALFRED
SPEIR, Parnate, N. J Ii over tb. cork of each
Sold By PAUL SCHUH
AND BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
of work; by emplo
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