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II bARSNOUSI e IV
IT d flAW.BAKINO P0WDERJ
U I I ITAMtOUNDTORISC 1
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
SIOOO. Given A
If !um or my injurious substanoea can be found
lu Andrews' Pearl Baking Powder. Is poa
tivcly PURE. Hclnginion-i4, and testimonial!
re clvetllnuu mch chemi-t8. Dana Uays, Uos
ton; M. IXJafimtalne. of Chicago; and tiustavui
Bode, Milwaukee. Now sold 1q bulk.
if. UkMrnn A; 237. & 2ul E. Water
T.'1'..vtf Pnvanf la njr&llted Blltifl-
factory to Its waror to every way,
cr thai mousy will be reftiniled by
tuo person from wiiom It was bouubt.
Th enlvOoraet pronouwscd bT "r ,,w,dl?5 P;rM;
at Inlarlaea to the vearer, and emlon! by ladles n
The "m""ti" mfortable and pirtoct titling Cornet ever
IUdl riUCES,by Hall, Postage raldi
Health Prcscrvtaf, Sl.e. iMr.AdJuattng. 1 .60
Abdominal (extra beery) At.OO. Nnretng, S1.60
Ueelth I'iwrvlr '.One eoutin .00. Paracoa
Fur Mir y trading lirtoU Itoalrr everywhere.
CHIC400 COKSKT CO., Cliloatco, 111.
HAS BEEN PROVED
Tkil nilDEftT AUDIT frt"
II AviMMtn TH1TM HQ HOT
IHJ3ITA.T fli um Kldny-Wort at oaoe, (drug
Utat rvooiSTBMul iOand it will tpeedily ow
tVa illaaaaaAtlrl fMtfiM rvAOltliT sTsCtiOtt.
IWW tMW 'Ml I a ass l " , " I
land n r VTiinn fuoney . won is uniuiv
I. . . . win MMniTitlv a.nif aafftlv.
wimwn"rIwi'"' " . . .
I rill, nr ImmhHmm. Mtntlnn RfnnQlL
hbrlci durt or ropy depot! ta.aad dull drawing
'pains, au speeaiiv yioia to its carauvo pownx
IS. . SOU) rT ALL DBTJOOISTS. FTlre VI.
1 IiiiTi' prescribed K dney-Wort with vebt ohkt
n-cxii' iuascon or mo o obstinate cur of Kid
lit'T aii'l l.ier Troub e, aio f r fe nulu w .k-Bi-aa
a ' b H i t C Hal ou, M. D., Monkton, Vt.
" JCr wife baa been much binkfitiu from the uc
of Ki(lu-W ort. bh b m kMiiiy and oihr com
lilnlnt," wxU'i to Rev. A 11. Uolemau, Fayette
IS A SURE CURE
tor all dtaeases of the Kidney and
' Ithaaapeclflaaotionaatliiainort Important
iMIm it to thro off toroldU? asd,
tnaoUon, aUmuUUnc tba haolUiy aecxoUoa of
tha SUa, and by keeping the bowels la me
condition, aflecUng lta rocular dlsohare.
' Mnltrio If you aieaufforini from
fftlQIaiiUe ttsisria, have the oUllls,
are bill out, dyapeptio, oroonstipated. Kidney
Wort will uroly relieve and quickly euro.
t .w- om... lAAiMfiMthalnum. evarr
one ahould take a thorough eoone of 1U
80t-DBTPwUCOl3Tg. price Wi.
'1 um a liv'rgsvoca: ort'ia Irtne or Kiduav
Wo t I nffirat iirHuld njrorty from I vr duor
der. IT o. hkb Ml ' -Jut. I). NcvlD, ifpringHeld,
Ofci". 1 " -
mMXZmjKmmmammm .... .
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE IF
liVVUint'V. --av - -
a... . ' ahnrf TVA MBUrlThll fttir
kr. a. Jklm M tiA sMfc In tiiU Arran-
L.naha4 tha AAlAuMtsd XldnoT-Wort M ft!
r ooisl-'ritedwttlioonittpeUon. Kidney-Wort
L Btreagtheoa the wcuicaed parte and Quickly
e ourua a'.l kimUuI Plli evea when phyiiaLuia
a and nodUuii" ave oeiarr mum
44. TIXyou- 3arui imimDn
"t'uiirt petite, lu all It forma, yliild lo Kl'lney
Wn In fema'a dioaau it 1 viit sue Bem'L '
-I)-. Philip C. Bullcu, Moukton.Vt. Apr a -8J
HE GREAT CURE
Aa It la tot all the peinful Aiaeaaaa of til
KIDNlTttLIVCR AND B0WKL8.
It nlaanaea the eratam of to acrid polaos
that causae the dreadful sufftrlng whloh
oaiy lae vieuma or ulieunuiiam oan roallae.
THOUflANDB OP OABgft
ef the wont toraa of this terrible disease
Lave been quiokly relieved, and In short Urns
raid; at, uqi ipo brt, solb m DniocisT.
jit- Dryeaa twaentbTinaJL
IWK1XI, BICOAIUWOir Co.. DurllniDnn Vt
'I e mid dud no rt-medy for my kidney con jilalot
and ftiftun ilm." writes Mr. A. P. burr, til uni
pla Mill Florida, "ualll l vai (Uaao iv K'diH'y
NVort " r-.spte re. Incldeot to luioberlnif, raiued
Mr. Bnrr'a Olaordtra.
A week mtd4 at borne by 'be Indoi
tnotil. Beat noilneat now h f r the
ob.Ic. capital not needed, V
III et&rt yon. Mvn, wmnrn.
aud girl wanted Hverva beta io work
inrue now nine time. Y"0 Can
work lo ipr time, or itve tour wbnl time to the
baa aaa.'Seeihfr bn-lne s will ay you nearly
Swell Co ore can fall to make enormous i.ay,
eoifsjftocatODce, Coaily nailltana term free
oney made fast, easily, asd honorably. Addreai
TftU s CO., Aaguata, naine .
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
- A woman m Camp.
No mnri of ua who was there can erer
forget the afternoon a VBrty of hunters
and Indian figLters rodo up to our min
ing caiup wltu a lono woman in their
It had been twenty-two mouths since
aoy of us bad seon anything more re
sembling a woman than a pair of spec
tacles and a red cotton handkerchief,
and to nay that we were knocked down,
stepped on and crushed intoJLho hard soil
Willi astonishment is saying little
Tlio woman was a widow who had
been captured by tho Indians from an
immigrant train and then recaptured by
the hunters. She was about 40 yoars of
age, had taken the situation coolly, and
instead of making an eftbrt to restore
herself to the tram and to her relatives
with whom she was journeying, had
asked to be Bet down in our camp until
she could make up her mlna what
course to pursue Tbio was the way tho
leader of the hunters turnod her over to
our care; "
"Say, you diggers after silver, here's
a woman who wants to stop here fur a
spell till sho gits rested! She's edde
cated, and she sings like a south wind
blowing over prairie flowers."
And this was the way we received
"Ahem yes ahem Jess so yes-,
hats off, boys no swearing glad to sea;
ye hope yer well ahem exactly!"
There were thirty of us standing
around there, mouths open, hats off,
knees wobbling, and more coming up.
from tho diggings every minute, and i
somothing in the situation made the'
widow grin as she looked us over. I;
file my claims as follows:
1. I assisted her off the horse.
2. I said I hoped she was well. :
8. I remarked that it was & melo
dious afternoon. : .
4. She accepted my arm as we
walked to camp, and then accepted my ;
shanty as hor headquarters. , j
If a tidal wave six feet high had come
rolling up the valley it wouldn't have
produced half the flutter occasioned by
the presence of the Widow Fleraming.
There were eighty or ninety of us( ,
rough, brawny and more or less wicked,'
some married, some divorced and some
old bachelors, and to have a dumpy lit
tle black-eyed widow with a pretty
mouth ana a voice as sweet as sixty
cent molasses pop in upon us at 3
o'clock in the afternoon was enough to
stop work and send the query up and
down the lines:
"Well, isn't this the next thing to the
Several curious things happened right
away. Col. Taylor, who had never been
known to wash his face or comb his
hair, started out in search of a clean
shirt and a pocket-comb, and offered
up as high as $15 without being able to
secure them. He then mado a bee-line
for the cr""1-. washed the only shirt he
was ever known to have, combed his
hair with a stick, and in half an hour
was back in camp and waiting an Intro-'
duolion to the widow.
Bill Goodhen, the ugliest looking
mau In camp, offered $5 for a pieoe. of :
looking-glass two inches square,, and
not being able to find one he went and
washed hi3 feet as the next best thing.
There was a general washing up. and .
combing and scrubl'ingand bunting out
clean shirts and neckties, and the old
man Paygon, who had been sick in bed
for a week, got up and began to cbcw
tobhaeo and call for his clothes, and he .
'Gentlemen, who knows but this wid
der heard that I had $60 saved up and
sho has come here to ask for my hand
I have further claims to file, as fol
lows: 5. I was chosen guardian to the
widow by a unanimous vote.
b. " 1 he widow seemed perfectly sat
isfied with the choice
7. I had tho only clean white shirt in
that whole camp, and only five buttons
were TrtTssing from the garment.
Other claims were intrusted to me to
bo tiled, as follows:
Seven different men had their hair
Six others shaved themselves with,
Over a dozen of our band let up a
notcli or two on swearing, except when
on the other side of tho camp.
Well, it was curious what a cliango
that widow wrought in our camp, in our
way, of living aud upon the manners of
the men. Each one mado an effort to
clean and slick up, and in most cases ;
with marked success. Before her ad
vent we could count on two or three
quarrels per day. After her coming
such a, tiling was never known. Indeed,
ono day when Peter White so far forgot
himself as to insult Charles O'Gay,
Charles took him aside and whispered:
"Peter, I kin turn ye wrong side out
in six ticks of a clock, but I'm not the
sort oi a gentleman to kick up a row
and upset a lady's nerves. I'll lay it up
agin ye, and after she lcavos camp I'D
wollop ye or die Irving."
Aud the widow, she sewed on buttons
aud mended reut garments for the whole
of us, and sho taught this one how to
cook, and that ono how to patch and
darn, and before we know it sho was a '
good mother and an idol. A queen
could not have commanded deeper re
spect, nor an an angel greater rever
Sho was with us about six weokti; and
then went away with friends who e'amo
for her. Each man was. taken by the
hand and given a good-bye word, aud
as sho was lost to sight down tho trail -the
awful silence among our crowd was
broken by the thunderiug report of the 1
Judge blowing his nose, followed by the
husky observation: , v i,
"Wall I swau! Hanged if I've folt so
much like crying in about forty-seven '
The recent sale of some of tho late
Edwin Forrest's efteots In Philadelphia
recalls a singular circumstance concern-.
Ing his estate. Ponding the divorce pro ,
ceedingi between him and his wife he
deeded hlr" property in equal shares tc
his three sisters. . Soon one of the sis
ters died, and her shafe reverted to tin
other two and to Edwin. Then the sec
ond sister died, and her sharot , with
what bad been left by the first lister,
came to the third sister and to Edwin.
Finally the reninlnlng sister died, and
Edwin Forrest being the sole hair, again
became pocnessed of all the estate bt
had deeded aw
CAIRO BULLETIN! WEDNESDAY rMOBNTNQ, APRIL 4, -1889.
AT THE TH.EPH0HE.
Bpoopendyke Initiates His Wife into its.
,Mystarios. , , A Smash-up the Besolta
1' 1 1 i 1 '
"Now, my dear," said Mr. Spoopon
dyke, standing before the telephone and
preparing to explain the mysteries and
advantages to hut wife, "Now, my dear,
this is going to prove tho most conven
ient thing we ever had in the house.
When I want to talk to anv one, I just
turn this crank and say: 'Hello, hello!'
and I tell her who I want, and she calls
him up. Now I'll ask for Mr. Speckle
wottle," and Mr. Spoopendyke turned
the crank, utterly forgetting to press
tbe button that makes tho connection. ,.
"What does he say?" asked Mrs.
Spoopendyke, cocking licr head to one
Bide, as a woman always docs when her
husband is trying to listen.
"Ho don't say anything yet," growled
Mr. Spoopendyke. , "He ain't like you.
He waits until ho has got something Im-
Sort an ton his mind, and then he sayi it.
ello, hello!" roared Mr. Spoopendyke,
giving the crank a vicious twist and
glaring Into tho enunciator with a vin
dictive look. . "Now, you keen that mouth
of yours tied up, or you're liable to lose
it some day!" with which doleful prog
nostication Mr. Spoopendyke rattled
away at the crank, and awaited some
sign of Hie at the other end.
. "I suppose it is really that girl's fault,"
murmured Mrs. Spoopendyke, sniffing
at the instrument as though she smelled
the young lady from afar, and found bar
no better than she ought to be. "I don't
suppose she's there at all. More likely
sho s gadding around somewhere."
"What'd ye want to talk just then
for P" howled Mr. Spoopenkpke. "What's
your measly object in breaking out with
the conversational small-pox at tbat crit
ical juncture? Don't you know she was
just beginning to talk, and you made me
Jose her? I tell you ono thing," added
Mr. Spoopendyke, with impressive sol
emnity, "If you don't shut your mouth
once in awhile, the moths will get in
thero and make you trouble."
"If she'd only commence to talk, you
haven't lost her," replied Mrs. Spoopen
dyke, wrinkling her nose. "You'll have
no trouble with her if she's got started."
. "Hello, hello! call up Mr. Speckle-,
wottle I" bawled Mr. Spoopendyke, ap
parently convinced by his wife's manner
or bis i own exporienoe. "There, she's
gone. No use for me to try anything
when you're around. Another time!
want to talk through a telephone I'll take
it over in a vacant lot! Do you know
of anything that will keep vou quiet for
a moment?" demanded Mr. Spoopen
dyke, his wrath rising as he contem
plated his ill usage. "Never mind the
expense. Just name the article! Why
didn't you tell me, when you referred
me to your measly old dad, that I was
proposing marriage to a dod gasted
"bay, dour, can 1 talK tnrougn ltf
cooed Mrs. Spoopendyke, anxious to
disarm her husband.
'Is there anything you can't talk
through?" squealed Mr. Spoopendyke,
beginning to realize tuattnere was some
thing about the telephone that he did
not thoroughly understand. "When I
get a telephone for you, tho diaphram
will be ol double ana twistea wrought
Bteel with railroad tracks for vin8, and
I don't believe that will last mor'n an
hour and abalf! Hello, hello-o-o! wake
up and call Mr. Specklewottre, dod gast
ve: ana .ur. spoopenayKerattieaaway
at tbe crank until his arm ached.
"Be patient, dear. You said shed-
. I . aT- .
gone, ana it s a long wav around io Mr.
Specklewottlo'shouso. Perhaps he isn't
home, and she's waiting for him." ;
'That's the way it works, eh?"
shrieked Mr. Spoopendyke, glaring at
his wife. "It took you to get hold of
it! When I call that girl she goes home
. i i r .i
10 uiJlier, nnu muni; m uie e eiim ue.
goes around toSpecklowottle's house and
brings him here In a hack: I bat your
idea of it? Or, p'raps you've got some
sort of a notion that she runs the wire
through ' Specklewottle, turns on the
current anil slams him right up here
through ths s'de of the house! Tbat
your idea? Well, she don't, and she
don't break her back trying to make a
uod gasted idiot of horseil. liko some
"I think I understand how it works,"
faltered Mrs. Spoopendyke. "You say,
"There's thocombination," yelled Mr.
SpoopenJj ko. "You got your work in
that time!" Why didn't you tell me I was
bringing this thing home to the inventor?
What'd you want to let me stand up here
and explain this thing to tho only com
prehensive brain that ever tackled itfor?
You've got it! With what you know
now and what you got to find out, you
only need a wig anda law suit to be the
whole science of electricitv. I toll ve
this is the way it works!" and Mr.
Spoopendyke brought the box a kick
that pplintercd It. "See It work?" bo
demanded, pulling at tho wire9 until
tboy cut his bands. "Watch it, while I
convey your regards to the other luna
tics!" and ho danced on tho remnants of
tho instrument, and smashed tho frag
ments against the wall.
"Never mind, dear," remonstrated
Mrs. Spoopendyke sputtering around
after him and trying to soothh him.
"When wo want Mr. Specklewottle again
we'll just send a servant around after
him. Tbnt'll be much nicer than trust
ing to a nasty wire, and I know there
was a draught through that box for I
could feel it as soon us it came in tho
"Oh, you could feel it!" roared Mr.
Spoopendyke, rather wondering how ho
was going to account to the companvfor
the destruction of his box. "Iflha4
your sensitiveness and an onion, I'd hire
out as a dod gasted orchid!" and with
this culminating sarcasm, Mr. Spoopen
dyke crushed his hat over his ears, and
rushed around to Mr. Spccklcwottlo's to
see what had better bo done about the
"I don't care," murmured Mrs.
Spoopendyke as she flopped down on
the floor to pick up the pieces of the
wrecked telephone box; "he'll not have
an opportunity for standing up here and
talking to that girl until his logs aro
tired, and with this sage expression of
hor satisfaction over the result of the
experiment, Mrs. Spoopendyke broke off
tho ends of the bent wires, and laid them
away to crimp her hair on. Stanley
Huntley. jy '
A creator nart of tho crrcat cltr of
London only pays 75 cents u thousand .
lor gas. borne umerenco between mat
snd the price usually paid in the Unitsd
I am convinced that EI)V Cream Balm
is a cure tor Catarrh, Usy Fever and Cold
in bead. ' Many cures have been made
among my customers. C. T. Ejubt, Drug
gilts, Towanda, Pa.
s 4 Vexed .Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
wxhausted were he a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audioncn while they
were keeping up an incessant coughing,
making it impossible fur him to be heard.
Yet, how very easy can all this be avoided
by simply using Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles given away at Harry W, Schuh'i
drug store. - (2)
Shih'h'iVitttlizer s what you need for Con
stipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness snd
nil symptom! of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and
75 cents per bottle. Paul G. Schub,
A Eelitble Port Wine.
Mr. A Speer, of New Jersey, whose Port
Grape Wine has such a wide reputation,
and which physicians prescribe io general
ly, was tbe first in this country to import
the Port Grape vines and to plant vine
yards of them and to introduce ths art of
making wine from the Oporto Grape which
is now the best wine to be hid, and has be
come a great favorite among the most fash
ionable New York and Philadelphia
society. For sale by Paul G. Schub.
Auck Hogan, 581 Blue Island avenue,
Ch'cago, Ills., says: "I have been taken
Brown's Iron Bitters and find it does me a
great deal of good."
Woman'8 True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when one is sorely afflicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, sud will positively restore her to
nealth, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tr.al always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle " Sold by Harry W.
Schub. . (2)
The youthful color, beauty and lustre are
gradually restored to gray bair by Parker's
! uncKien'8 Arnica Salre
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores fetter, Chapped Hands, . Chilblains,
Corns, and alt Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded . Price
25 cents par box. For sale by Gbo. E
To The West.
There are a number of routes leading to
tbe above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route Is via Saint Louis and
over tbe 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 the very
ficest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia, !oonoct with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nehraska
At Omabi, connection is made with tbe
Overland train for California.
Thil line offen to parties enroute to ihe
West and Northwest, not only la time
and superior accomodations, but benutiful
scenery, as it passes through tho finest por
tico of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &e, of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. KtsNAN. F. Chandler,
. , ,. . .
Am Gen 1 PttB8- AScnt
Gen'l Pass Agent.
Of the many renftdies belore the public
for Nervous Debility snd weakness of Nerve
Generative System, thero is none equal to
Allen's Brain Food, which promptly and
permanently restores all lost vigor; it never
fails. $1 pkg., 6 for $3. At druggists.
Where machinery Is used the Drew Oil
Cup will save 50 per. cent, of oil. Write
fur circular. Borden, Selleck St Co, St.
Louis, Mo. (2)
M4Db. Liudsoy's Blood Searcher' cured
my son of erysipelas." Mrs. E. Smeltz
er, Larimer, Pa. It cures all blood dis
eases. A Card.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, norvous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that wilier re you, riiBB
op cqatiok. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Sund a sell-addressed envelope to too Uev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D., New York,
Famcshs and others desiring a genteel,
lucrative agency business, by which $5 to
$20 a day can be earned,, send , addrona at
onco, on postal, to U. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
103 snd 107 Fulton street, NeW York.
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis
immediately rolicvod by Sbiloh's Cum.
Paul G. Schuh, agent. (8;
An invaluable article, ' An ' article liko
Elys' Cream. Balm has long been desired,
snd now that It Is within the roach of suf
ferers from Catarrh, Hay Fever and Cold In
head there is every reason to believe they
will make the most of it. Dr. W. E. Buck
man, W. E. Hammau, Druggists, and other
Eaatonlani have given it a trial, and all
recommend it in the highest tonus. Ess
too, Pa., Paily Argus. Oct, 7, 1879.
Va i , 1 ' 1
HE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, tlllnolej.
71 OUtO LBVBI. -
m A General Banking business
TIIOS. W. HALUUAY,
JHTKRPRIBK SAVING BAN a.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
TIIOS. W. HALLIDAY
' : Treiaejurer.
C I G-A.RS,
Nelson County Whisky, ;
137 OHIO L.EVEE.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAT
Highest Cash Price Paid for Whet.
not, IUa ta aweepini by. go
and dare belore yea die, eom...
tiling mighty tod anblimtt
leave behind to conquer time."
SW a week In roar oa tow a .
Five Dollar outfit tres. No
rlk. Everything new. Capital not repaired. We
will furolith you everything. Many are making
forlunea. Ladles make aa mncb aa men. and boye
and girls mike great pay Keadr, If yon want
baaiucM at which yoa can make great par all the
time, write for particulars to H. HaLLETT A CO
people are always on the took
out for cbaocea to Increase
their eai nines, and in time
become wealthy; thnae who
do not Impruve tbulr oppor
tunities remain in vovertv.
Ws offer a groat chance to make money. We watt
mant men, omt), hoys aud glrle to work lor ae
right In 'heir own localities Any one can. d the
work properly fr ni tht first si art. Tbe baainees
will pay mrre tb 'n tea timet ordinary wages.. Is
pensiveouifl' furnished free. No one who en gates
tal a to make money rap dir. Too can dev. ta
your whole tim-u tbe work, er onlv yoar ipa e
moments. I'ail Information and all that Unaided
tent free. Addroaa A TIN SON s ;0. Portland. Ma.
Hpolal AsafMaamont Wotioe.
fiottce is hereby g vm toa'l persons lo'er-ste'l.
That ttie city council o ti.e city or Cairo having by
Ord nance No. 100 ordered, "Hex II n I. That
b'lgbtb nr. e foo the eae'.erlv He of Weebtng.
t m av. nne to the weeu rwaroly aide of Jtnrrsn
avenue be improved n the manner beieloaftsr
Section i. Tne grade of aald street shill be tbe
giade eatah lahnd for Wa-hlngton avrnne at Its In
leraeUina with said Kixhtb atreet, and all por
tlnna of aald siroet provided herein to be improved
whlrb may be b .low raid established grade sha 1
b HI ed IbereKi. Provide! ibai waera le sur'sce
or nature' grade of stld street may now be above
aald oiiab Taiit d grade, said neturnl grade shall be
taken aa the e'tabileiied grade tod shall only be
dug lot or removed iu (tic lent to level tbe ground
or to give proper crown to said street.
Section 8. 8ald slieet shall be covered 'w th
irrav. 1 of a good quality for such purposes, to he
laid lo a depin of one foot In tba centre of aald
sirfct with a gradual decline to a iblcknaaa at the
outer edge of the aldowalkof nine Inches, provided
the surlace of eald atreet a all t e nst graded so aa
tn give proper cr jwn, affording infflcient dnlnare
rcctiont. The said Improvement shall be made
hvrpi-cial aaaeament aa provided for In Sections
IS t" SI luc u-lve of Article 9 of tbe Act of Ihe 0n
oral Aeaoutlilv of tbe titaie of Illinois, approved
Ap-il 1'ith. ill. an I entitled "An art to provide
for tbe Incorporation of cities and vlllagea"; and
have applied to thfcountv ourt of Aim and -r
county for an aaaeasment of Ihe cost of said Im
provement", accord ng to benefits ; snd an assess
ment thereof having boen roads and returned to
aid court, and the final hearing therein will be
bud at 'ho lulvtirmof said court, -commencing
on ttioatu day nrJuy, A. u. lata.
All persona dcalring may tneu and there appear
and make their dofenae.
C'alto. III., March 8Mb. 1883.
N. v lBV- Fit. "I
D. J. OALLiUAN, V Commissioners.
M EAsTKKDAX, , J
Cirr CLEaa's Orrict, I
Caiho, 111., March t4i'i.lMf
Public notice la hereby given that on Tueaday tbe
17th nay of April, A. P 1884, a general election
will be held In the cl y of Cairo, county of Alexan
der. ute of Illinois, for tho election of the follow
lng n&tnod officers, vm A mayor, city clerk, city
trua-urcr, id'y attorney and one aide man Irom
each ot tbe five wrda of the city. For tbe pur
pone nf said eleo Ion ptll w II be opensd at tbe
following named placna, vis: , In the First ward, at
tbe engine liouas nf tbe Arab fire company) lo the
betond ward, at the engine bouse ef the itaugh
and Kts'ty fire ompan?; In tbu Third ward, M tbe
englnu bon e if the Hibernian Are company: In
the Fourth ward, at tbe court home; in toe Fifth
ward, nt tho online houee of iho Anchor fire torn
pany. HHld ulectlon will be opened at elht
o'clock In tho morning and continue opened until
tevnn o'clock In the afternoon of earns 'ay.
Hy order of tho city coanctl. O.J. COLCT,
OT OTIUlLi .
18 MANtJFAOTCBJD BT
W MAK1 STVIBT VARttTY OF
Farm, Freight and Spring Wagons,
BKHTof HKLKCTUD TIM Dai B, and by a rflOROCQU EWOWLIDOB of the boilnes,w bnvt
, Juatly oarned tbo reputation o making n,,t J
"THE BECT WAGON Orl WHEELS."
Manufacturer hav abollabtd tb warrabty, but AgeaU may, on their own responilblllty, glv
lh following warrnnty with each wsgoa.lt o Agreed t
Hr Hereby Warrant it. FIBS BOS. rWAOON Jo vT'' lof,2OTff fflj
alar and of good material, and that th tngth of ".ln? Ve'"Vn,
, VTJSa tapsh- prodoclng .
Smplol tb broken of doleoUspArAasvtdsnM' , ... .... . .
R.R. TIME CABD AT CAIRO.
tiuiks nir.svr. mxa abmvi.
'II ail .. .IKQs.m ttfall 4 :06 e.sa
Aecom,detion.ll:10e.m I 'Kinross . 11:10 a. m
(Express IM p.rn 1 Accomdatloa..t:14 p.ra
CUT. L.AN. O. H.B. (Jackson Route).
Mall.. .......... 4:4Sa.ml ttall....... t. 4:S0p.na
VKSpfMf eeteees 10:S0 e m tlxprees 10:30 a.at
. ST. L, C. K. . (Marrow Gangs.)
Smrua.-.- . S:IS a.aa . Iiprsss..- s;RS a m
fAccon'oaUoS. t;oo.ro i Accom'datlonU:Ua.aa
oT.L., I.M AB.H.B.
tf tpreas...,...10!SOp.m tKxpress.....wt:aO p.aj
WABASH, 8T LOUIH A PAlffFIO R'Y CO.
Mallk.... 6:00 vm Mall A St.... S-hO P.ra
ccom'datlon4rtW p.m I Accom'datlon 10. SO a. m
Freight .T:4 a.m. Freight :4a p.m.
Dally except SnatUy . t Daily.
MOBILE OHIO B
gTa lOUIS & CAIRO B.B.
. wSWawsssaswasMM ,
TXklltSBrjN Alt OliLOWH .
oa amo ansa xosdat, ooroasa S3.
Jtrpresl and Mall leaves Cairo, every da except
8nnqy,at8:lS a. ta. Arrives at East St. Loult at
t:a0p. an Arrives at Cairo at 4:36 p. m.
Accommodation arrives at 11:40 a. ra. and da
parts at 1. no p. m.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Running
O DAILY TRAINS
U. Prom Cairo,
Makivq Dibkot Connection
Taaisa Liavs Caibo:
:O0 m. Mall,
Arrlvlsgta .. Loals 9 : a m i Chicago, h JOp sa i
Connect g at Odin and Emngham for Clncla-
aaU,li itsvUle. Indlamapolia and point Seat.
11:1 i sum. St. IvOula and Weaitera
Arriving in St. Lonla7.-0 p. a., and connecting
for eupotoU Weal.
3:0O p.m. Fatt Kipreaa.
For St. Loo Is and Chicago, arriving atfit Louis'
10: 40 p.m., and Chicago ,:20 a.m.
3 ISO p.m. Cincinnati Kipreas.
arriving at Cincinnati TK a.m.; Loniavflle 4:r
.a.m.: ladlanapolla 4:06 a.m. Passengers by
this train reach tb above points IU to 3d
HOCKS is advance ot any other mate.
ttTbt:90 p. m. express ha PCLLMAlf
bLEIPIHO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through sleeper to St. tools and
Fat Time East.
PilfiQAT) rrora r Une through to Rasu
A aOBCilCiO ern points without any delay
caused by Sunday Intervening Tb Salarday after
noon train from Cairo arrtvea In new York Monday
norolngit I0:JS. Tblrty-U hours In advancsol
. v other route.
UTFor through tickets and farther Information,
tppT at IlllaoU Csntral Railroad Depot, Cairo.
1. H. JONES, Ticaet Agent.
A. H. HAS 805. Oen. Past. Agent. Cbiram
HAIR BALS AIL
This elesaat dresueg
at preferred by those
who have used it, to any
imilar article, on ac
roent of Its superior
(cleanliness and puriiy.
It conuina maurislt
only that sr beneficial
to the scalp and naif
fMftlol Color to Cm sr Fssii lair
ParWa Hais Balaam is finely perfumed sod la
wsmaied as prevent falkeg of the hau and to rs
aiovedaiMiruaaadiicliing. Uiacox & Co , N.Y.
, . asa.aA l alaaa, at eaaiwa ta anasa e wIVtM.
A lipsrlatlvs Ittlta ssl ttrssftl Rastsfsr.
If ytu area sneckaaic er farmer, worn out wttb
em-work, or a methe run dowa by fcmily or bouse.
bold duties try PAaaaa'a Cwoaa Tonic.
If yon are a lawyer, mimater orbuiinessmanca
kauatrd by menial strain or anxious cam, de no take
tnioicaiingattmulnta.butMss Parker'a Ginger Tonic
i If roe have Coniumpboe, Dytprpaia, Kheuma.
bm, Kidney CompUinta, or sny diaorder of tbe kings,
stomach, bowels, blood or nerves. Paukss's Cixcaa
Tome will cur jro). ItittheGreateit Blood Purifier
Mi tkl lut sti fsmt Cotjb Cvrs Cm Btti.-
- If yen are wasdng away from sge, oHuipatioo or
any duesae er weakness and requite a aunulant uke
CiNCaa Tonic a once I it will invigorate snd build
yoa ttp from the tint dose btrt will navcr intoxicate.
It hu tared hundreds of lives i it may tav yours.
mpoMS af la. kaal ftewSlal lavau la lb. wwla, aaa laeattnty
UhrMl fraaa pwpanilaaa (" ataaa. Sm4 far akcslsi a
!t!aeesACh,N.T. tsa, A 1 uaai,slaVaklaSrafa,
eaiAT SAViiro sutiro dollab nac
Iti rich and laating frisrance has Blade this
delightful oerhimeecediiily popular. Tbera
Isnothlagllkslt. Iniut upon having Fboau.
TO Cocoas and look lor atrnsturt of
aa awry eeuis. asy entvm at aaaMr aarnuaws
eaataaplyyoa. faeM tlewil (bav
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