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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 4. 183.
Wft lisi've now received our
Goods, .ind would call your especial attention to our line of
Young Men's Nobby Suits
of the latent cut and patterns.
As our trade in this line of Goods has continually been
growing we have therefore laid in a stock of NOBBY SUITS
which ale equal, in assortment cut, patterns and styles, to
any Clothing Hous3 East, You may rest assured that when
call in? on us for a suit to receive new Goods and of the very
Our Furnishing Goods Department is the most complete
in Cairo, as we are continually receiving new and late style
in that line.
, Te make a specialty of Hats. Shirts made to order.
MM WD K
Cor. 8th St.
M. WERNER & SON, Props.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Hotter. In ttiif toit"'n.eKiii eenu per Una fot
Inland fivo cent per lioa each subaw-uent Inser
Hon. Vox one Wk-elc. 30 cent per lino. For one
nonth, 6i' eontt uer lino
15 ui Id in i and Loan.
Tie regular meeting of the stockholders
of the Cairo Building nod Loan Association
will bo l.fcldon Wednesday, April 11th, at
my i fricv, tor the purpose of electing three
(3) directors. A.I'omikgs,
.-Wanted A lady to canvass city.
For particular a apply tn Cash Store.
Members of Presbyterian church and
congregation, and all interested in repairing
or buil fini,' saiJ church, are urgently re
ques'td to attend a meeting in the Lecture
KKim of IVcs-bytcrian church, Wednesday
evening, Apiil 4th. By order of
Jons H'iod, Pres. Bourd of Trustees.
lor sale Farm.
A good dun) iu the timber, eighty sores
under cultivation; blue grass pasture; farm
contains 102 nores; in Bond county, Ills.,
Similes Ironi railroad station.
E. A. BCBHKTT.
New Blacksmith Hhop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by .Mr. P P-overs oa Tenth street. All
manner of III ick-onithing and wagon work
done t ) order. l.L-puring work a specialty.
Work dou't promptly, tf
'EntrinM an I aw Mill for Sale.
Two en .fines ni.l one saw mill complete
to sell, m vXitliti'i for lumber by Cuhl
Bros., DongolH, Ills.
Ice, Wood and Kindling:.
Northern Like Ice 50c. per 100 lbs.;
good, diy w od, s-iwed, ti per cord, and
kindling $1 per loud, at Jacob Kli'o's.
Leave orders ut City Brewery. tf
Xew (fools, t'luap Hoots, Gooi Goodsl
On hand und lor suln cheap as any livinu
man can buy A;M)1", Eirly Hose; Ohio and
8now-FUku potiit-ies; Siiver tjoap, a set of
Silver IV a Spoons in each box; Cheese; But
ter;K!.'ii; dinned Goo Is; Tomatta; Corn ;
Pcaclua;. Straw lurries; Syrup; Salmon;
Mackerel: 1'ot Luck and many other goods
too numerous to mention at my store on
PlfWo give me a call. Respectfully,
tf O. M. Aldrn.
Store Room For Kent.
The'ari" brick store, corner of 18lh an l
Poplnr. ftOi'.'j with celUr full size; wagon
ya:d S0xl0):ol stock well and cistern;
an old established busineg corner (since
1855). now for rer.t with a'l the fixtures.
Will ou vaeii.Mi Hud pot'sussion Riven April
25'.h, also furnished rooms, in same build
ing up Ain for k;i!. lply lo A. Hwoboda.
For lame ii.i , iie or Chest use
Bhiioh's Poroui Plaster. Price 23 cents.
Paul O. Schuh, n-cnt. (5)
Go hI for Babies.
With a baby r.t oreast nothing is to use
ful fr quieting my ow n an J bsby's neryes
as Purkei'V Qipei Tonic. It preventa
bowel romphiiDts, nnd is better than any
stimulant to k vu etreogtb and sppetitc A
Wkbstrh Hi Renton III., says: 'Rc
ports fiiiiu e.ur puiri'Us who use Brown's
Iron Diitets re highly satisfactory."
Tue use of El,' Cream Balm, a sure
cure for U iUnli, liny Fever and Cold in
Head, is a teieleii with no pain, Inconveni
ence or die I, which can be said of noothtr
remedy. Price 50 cents.
Apply iuto nobtnls with little finger.
9KB a woman in another column near
Ppeer'a Vm-yards, pickiug grapes from
wtjicti pp't-r s I'ort urpn wine is made.
that Is hiuhly esteemed by tho medical
profession, for the use of invalids, weakly
pfrsooi ana too aeu. ooni ny arumti
.. i i i ii
Hliiloli's Con 'Hi and Consumptioa Cure
is sold by us ou a guarantee. It cures con
umption. PhuI O. Dchuh, agent. (0)
Uful in the Family.
Weususlly leave it to doctors to room,
mood medicines, but Parker'a Oioger Tonic
hu leen so uv nil in our family in rolieving
lickoeas Mini ull'crtng that we cannot lay
loo much in its prsise.Silem Argui.
complete stock of Spring
&j Commercial Ave.
lHE DAILY BULLETIN.
OKFICE: NO. 7t OHIO LKVKE.
SSTEHED AT THE CAIRO P08TOFFICK FOR
rKAKBMISSION TtlROUOH THE MAILS AT 8 EC'
OND CLASS BATES.
'FlOlil. PAPKK OF CIT AND COTJNTT
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In tbte commas, ten cadis par ,D9
inch i anerttuo and whether marked or not, if calcu
lated to fovrant any man's basinets Interest are
al way paid for.
Mr. Jno. Cheek came up yosterday
from Hot Springs, where he bad sojourned
for about a month.
Being requited not to mention the de
parture yesterday of Mr. Sol. Silver for
Villa Ridife, we will not do eo,
Schoolchildren will nnd Ttis Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy stare. tf
A meeting of the young' men of the
city is talked of, to be held at the court
house, for the purpose of taking soma action
with refereuce to the city election.
Father O'Hara, of St. Joseph1! church
has been down with consumption for some
time, on account of which there have been
no reuUr services at his church.
Wall P'iper, latest styles and designs,
window curtains, picture moulding, etc., at
Jeff. Clark's. tl
Painters are at work again on Mr. J.
Burger's front touching it up a bit so as to
be in harmony with the general appearance
of the town when spring is fairly opened.
Secretary A. Comings has a notice in
special locals, culling a meeting of the
stockholders of the Building and Loan
Association for tho 11th inrtant, to elect
Candidates may come on with thciran-
nouncements, but don't forget the cash in
advance rule which is rigidly enforced.
Judge J. J. Bird has a position in the
Illinois Central nihil servico between this
city and Centralis. Ho starts this morning.
It is only temporary, however, lasting only
about a month.
Wiggins' storm was as impotant as
was the late fl od, against the little collec
tor with a cigarrctte, and, as a rule, poor
newspapermen probably suffer more from
the plague than common people do.
The entrance to The Bulletin news
and j b rooms is from Ohio levee No. 78,
and is open day ord nifht. tf
The sewers were lookud after yesterday
by diiection of the mayor, and Commis
sioner Baird had tho Twenty-fourth street
ewer closed, as the river was found to b
up to its mouth. Tho other sewors will be
closed as necessity may require.
-Mr, R, Jones is making some import
ant improvements in his saloon on the cor
ner of Eighth Btreet and Commercial ave
nue. The large room ia being cut in two
by a partition, making two rooms out ot it
fur the convenience of patrons.
Andrew Lolir'i Ocnuino Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pare pleasant and
wholesome temperance beverage, is now
on salo at the leading saloons. tf
Bpiingfiuld'i municipal electton took
place yc3terda7. There wore throe ticketi
in the field : the Democratic, Republican
aod Citizens ticket. Ninoty-thrce business
men closed thulr stores to go out and work
in the interest of the first named ticket.
Captain Jno. R. Thomai was at Tho
Ilalllday yesterday, on his way to Metropo
lis to take a rest from long continued labor
in congress. The report circulated through
the Southern Illinois proas, that he had
gone to some foreign climate for his health,
A white steamboat nan named James
Robinson was yesterday fined ten dollars
tod cost for drunkenness and disorderly
conduct. 1 ue uau bad fought like wit
' SAM BURGER, "The Palace" Clothior, Is again befurfi tho public with the most
munificent . . .
STOCK OP SPIUNG and SUMMER CLOTIUXU
ever exhibited in this city our competitors in sober thought do not gaimay the tact.
"All the worlds a Btanel'' In our stock you will timl Mjhs lor the "whinii".!
school-boy; llio si)hinir lover; the seeker after tlm bubble reputation; the ju-tiec, with
fnir round belly; the sixth age, with whistling trebblu pipey, und vA i conoid' all tint
cads this strange eventful history, second childishness."
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
The Oscar Wilds can find ever) 'thing their estlicthieid minds may desae. Our
shelves are just loaUud down whh the fine things of Europe nnd America. We il ,im
ourselves in suym we excel nil others in this lino. I'm liculur Mtiiitioii i.t culie I i.
our stock of elegant NECKWEAR.
In thi9 department we call the attention ot lovers of i lcmmt head yu ir, f r we nv
certain tliHt if they can not be suited by u, they need seek no further. SILICON,
MANHATTAN and other first-class makes in abundance.
We desire most respectfully to call their attention to mirelejjunt line of "I ITI'U'.
CLOTHES FOR THE BIO FOLKS," consisting in P.irt of Cut, I'd its in. i V,
Suits and K Its, with Caps to match. We present i-icli purchaser w.th a line w ,
whistle or hoop.
ChII and exomlno our stock, and we shall make it as pleasmt f ir y u us p sm U
Our "PICTURE CARDS"of many kinds are free to all who call for them.
"THE PALACE" CLOTI1IK1J.
beast when Chief Meyers arrested him,
and had to be taken to jail on a dray. In
default of payment of the fine he was sett
to jiil, but a number of his friends are
making efforts to get him out.
The Paducah News of the 2d says:
"Mr. William Hendricks, city attorney of
Cairo, has been in the city several days. It
is said that William is somewhat smitten
with one of our lower town belles. The
young lady in question is a boauty of the
The Iron Mountain office furniture waa
partially removed to the company's new
quarters, on Ohio levee, below Fourth
street, yesterday. The new quarters
will be, when entirely finished, among
the haoaomest aud best arranged in the
Missouri has passed a high license law
making the minimum price five hundred
dollars. In the Illinois bouse 'Friday the
Harper Bill, making minimum license for
the sale of any liquor five hundred dollars
yearly, was ordered to a second reading ;
but its passage is by no means insured.
Old Mrs. Hoppy, who was discharged
from the Southern Illinois insmo asylum
some timi ago, is again attracting the at
tention of citizen? by wandering abiut the
streets in uncouth attire and at unreasonable
hours. An effirtwill be ravlo by the offi
cers to have her recommitted to the asylum.
The increasing circulation ot The Bul
letin and the fact that the subscription list
of tho Argui is growing "beautifully less,"
is evidence enough for us that the public
considers It profitable when you can't get
the beat, to always yet tho best you can for
the public. It will be appreciated.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Club and Library Association
will be held in the Library room at 3 o'clock
p.m. to-day, Wednesday, April 4th. The
literary exercises will consist of a select rend
ings by Mrs. D. E. Tuttle and Miss Bettie
Kirsmeyer. A lonture from the Clutau-
quan by Mrs. W. R. Smith.
At tho meeting of tho Arabs Monday
night Mr. T. J. Kerth, was elected
president; Mr. A. Lihr, vice-presi
dent; Mr. Clias. Oilhofer, cant;
Mr. Ihrris Schulz secretary; Mr. B,
F. Blake, treasurer. Messrs. Chas. Gilhoter,
Calvin Neff, W. C. Jocclyn, J. II. Ritten
houseand A. Lohr were elected directors.
Several days ago Mr. W. D. Cimeron,
pressman of The Bcllbin office, fell in at
tempting to board a moving train on the
Illinois Central road, and sprained one
aukle very seriously. He had been laid
up ever since, but was able tbe out yes.
terday and move about with the aid of
The Jackson county Democrat sayB
that Geo. John C. Black, is to deliver the
address before tho trustees and faculty of
tho Southern Illinois Formal university, at
the forthcoming commencement, and that
the general is art able and eloquent speaker,
and the faculty have been fortunate in se
curing his service for the occasion.
A very.nicc party of young ladles and
gentlemen accepted an invitation from the
Captain of the steampr Golden Rule Mon
day night and enjoyed a social dance in
tho steamer's spacious cabin. Fine music
and refreshments made all hearts and
stomachs glad. Those who attended were
loud in tbolr praises of tho officers ot the
Massao Journal! "Cairo is preparing
to raiso the Ohio levee to 85 foot. When
t'uis it done there will be no very groatdan
ger from any moro floods. With. high
levee all around her, the city will soon fill
up and be in every way substantial. Cairo
can not be kept back-Bhe is bound to
grow- and there is a bright future before
In Germany, tho increasing consump
tion of rice has led Prof. Volt, os well si
Dr.Konlg, to investigate the question of
tho relative nulritivu valuo of this article
and other kinds of food espoclslly pota
toes. The conclusion is that rlco is a very
sufficient food, while potatoes largoly con
sumed tail to satisfactorily nourish the
body, making the muscles weak and the
b'ood watery. Dr. Konlg estimates that
when equal quautitlus of tb two articles
are considered, rice h ;s fi urtinv-. !:
of potatoes iu ic:i'iy nutritive j v - m
A further advsr.t.ig of rn e it ?t :- .;
lty is always the same, wh; ere it v it ;. i
in potatoes is cww i by the '! ot
weather during their growth.
The Murphysborolr. lepen--Knt is pi.-.-ably
mistaken when it tys "the to u-h':
and repair shops of the Toledo, Ciurnipv.:
and Sf. Louis Narrov-;m nre to j.i
ted at Charleston, Mo. The sh wh o,
in full operation, will employ j')0 ui'!!."
The road named does not, and, from i re-en'
indications will no?, reach anywhere ne.ie:
Charleston Mo., than Cairo, nd if the &he
are to be locited anywhere in put -f
the country Cairo will Imvu the picfereuec.
L)e Tocqtievillf, in his work on our
country snd govcrnmeut, snys: ' In the
United States every one t ikes as z?al-ns in
terest in the nlfiirs of the st-tte h if tii.-j
were bis own." Tl is wus the case ni iov
years ago, when De Tnc(iievi!!e was li r
Now the scheming pol.tici'iLi uui bum
mer henchmen make up tickeU and t,e
money combinations pi:rout the ;ucm
with which to purchase imj niti s or
them. DeTocquevilli weul.1 weep ii ii
could take a stroll through the htu.t :h ;ut
Mr. N. W. Hacker, of the cspre,r,(li..e.
will not remove fioin Ciin. IT: h i
bought a large, tine f nni near E vc.h R ilv
in this couatv, whieo Iu h hticki-. i'.h ;,l
necessary innclniery of tin- UiiV h'.-,
and iu theculiiv it on of wliich he i:,t-i"N
soon to take no active, p.irt. II. : i, ! ; t
do this partly out ef c 'i) ,i.irr;ni ,a i r i. -health.
But bis ln:ne v.ill iti i;r-:
his family will ro'inin b-U in I !,! t.n .
when not engiged in putting in rr . r
liarve'ting or prep irhg the I n 1,
A trrcit, bisr, h-ilthv i :af-;n.i'e i
in i ue city S"ii;n iit'ie ri"i rir ;s
the deaf-mut1! sius, ut 10,:. npieee,
hundred dollnn per t!iou-a'id. Ty
" .1 III
from appearance I. e h a very t,
gouger and the public ene rally a p-ti. w
victim. There aie very few geuuin-! i mI'
mu'eswho make pedd.ing and go'iiiiL' n
business, niobt of them earn a living lo
toil, eating their bread in the perspi - iti ,;:
of their noble brow: nnd there nr" fc.ver
still who meet with mm: :i sti ve -s t ih
former business, but the one under consid
eration is one of the fewer still,
, i nreo more ca-es or siuaii-pox wote ,
brouallt to liu'ht ill Padll'Vih Morol iy. In
his report for March, Or. Wheelis, w ho 1ms
charge of the pest dinus, siys: 'There Imv
been twenty-three c iscs fif small-pnx and
four cases of varioloid the doctor himsel f
having been down with tlie lstt-r iii"eai .
Eight peoLle who did int hive the di-e iM
have beoi accomm idatod at the pe-t-ho is,',
where they had goin to mine the'u litt!"
ones, makinp; thirty-six persons in nil who
have been fed and taken c ire of s far ut
that institution. Of tlie sick, seven have
died and two been discharged ns cure I,
leaving twenty-seven people now nt the
hospital. With the exception of tlnee
cases all at the pest-linusi are convalescing
and will soon be uhlo to I),) out. Of tl e
patients mentioned above, six have cmuc
from the country and the balance from the
city. Of cases reported, and which h ive
not been taken to the pent-house, there
have been eight, five of whom have died,
two recovered aud one Mill in the family of
Cal. Smedley. Acd tho News iuld: Tin
doctor had probably not head of the three
Cases In Hollan's row at the timu he bund
ed in the above report.
About seven weeks ago the greate-t
flood known to the histiry of our treat
rivers was carrying deaili nud destrui'tion
Into tho hearts of Homo of tho Ki eat com
mcrcial centres of the west; over live weeks
ago it was doing its level bent to unniliiliito
our cwn lively little city, but met with ig
noble defeat ; now it is at New Orleans,
carrying in its dark current tho sand, that
onco formed mighty bunk, ,vid benrino
under Its crest of foam tho rem nan la of
many a wrecked liomeeteail, miu'jrje I wiMi
the ghastly remains of man mid beii-t tint
sought refugo in vain within tlnir tisinl
habitations; iS another week it will ic u:h
that point where Mr. John Cowdcn would
scatter it in diverse directions Into the nil'.
CAIEO. II. 1
FOR FINISHING, TINTING AND DIX'OllATINO WALLS AND CEILINGS.
Tlis Only Natural and Durable Material 'Known for the Purpose
WHITE AND A VARIETY OF I'.KAU I I I'LL
SU.MEUANI) liEITl U THAN CALU.MIM
A NT Y HOUSE K i:k 1 '
The remit is furprisinir, us it obliter!
imi mine u w rmU nr lilister in ill ! p.ip. i
:e , l.y buildn A ImIihni ute iu the ch.-Ix,
et, uhM..iie. . i Henly lor in.- by Mm
Im-Mie wilt c-Vei ft I) cqilire ynnls of ivci
ne i iie.ier wnih tn.in euii lie ilw itii on.
.-m mil-, v. iiu nun M:e siiiiipie Chi I oi iiii- in
Olmio Lcvco and
Cor. 8th St. ec Wash. Ave.
V. t ., i i;'-ui. I. uiiile, S iau in ( t i v !,
l u. po;. , ruduoli, t'ai'o, Mcmplvs, II"
eii i 'in, I oi'.vr points the lloo, h-i eti.e.
; r.n l is almost for-olt hi; whit do the
; i H !t" of tlu'-e eitii'i i lire wh.'tlii'i it nmi1
ins mi i ti:., run tnroii.'ii the sou' It r.v
! -ii or tl,rni;;ii several parses srlitieinlly
eri .t.iJ To what cWnt dues it cmio- n j
t'.i. s- whose homes, property and lives wvrr !
-.n:t'.o.veii up t'V me 'vaiers over a nio
. whether the !lo:id now finds its wiy int:.
'.ic ii ti by one or by one million ctrean.'s !
lr." (.'owden is r.ot auooi physieian; he
'Ii in' I n 't b pf.ir.rtted t )
!ii- M'--i';i;ii valley in its period
:.i.:ka uf dioj y. His physic w ,u'.
tlT-ct un'il Ion,' after the disea-e !;-)
1 axvty, and tnen he wu 1 .1 k:l. i'..;
nt by too much "!ii.pim;."
-I't some titiv; b ;ck Mf. J:i- Aut.ifi
in I an imiiecuaious tailor in Irs .
;'" tr.mvd J. W. Heirin'T, a yr.it'itj r. a
of no '.c'j',1 lintanc ia t'lisci'y, tu' i.ti,;
ie: Wfii C 'tir.e.'tf'd wdiere he cam j f.'o.n.
lo .v weeks ag i Ii Uinj'-T bou-'ht a tin-
i'liai,' fr imi h's employer, '
i, it i: w in to l ; ;, ill ti.r in Minii i ;.!i,l
oi'.': ts ni l no', to !) t .ken oyt "t the btnf .
1 '" t by Mr. Ao-rim's e.):;s.'.r)t, until it
'l',ll! 1 'live li'i'l! p i: 1 tor. S;Vel.ll -
;o, . i,'i lnid b't'.imade mil In w,.re tie'
:i 'tide:.; s-.-vei:il t ui"i, but oi.iy alter liav
,n,' u'it;i;;).,'. p,T'mi.-i.'i to do s f r--m Mr.
Ai.' iiii. 13 at M i.uijy niiilit, eiurin,' :ii
il i.c: of Mr. A-iuiiu, ha put on the tint
! ci I w.'iit "ii' in town. When bit ab eae
j i- d t'i it of the ,i't w.ii noticed, seirjli v
I mi d I r Uau, during which it was I'-ain ; I
I !, t he wis about t ' leave tawn io rum-
; r.y with h'i it!,er oMcr fel'ow. I Mfle'T-
j II fin a i 1 McTi':je captund him an ! .-
j r.liy Mit'.-strate C-iniiia lo-ld him t -
i i:l in the sum of three hundred d .'ui-.
I I'll1; yo'.ii, nian was un dja: to give l".i;
: -i i in.' 'V is s at to the c nmtv i lii to await
! :a-j 'ie i a ol ti.e next L'r.ind jjrv and cir-
I --S veil or eigtit toims were t wn-k
i ia i.n jes'.eid iv mi Eighth btr.et, IriUiin:; 1
i " , . . . ....
r iv. i u.-i-i spre tiling it cie ir to tinut '
"tr- ' t. T'ie M ibile and O'lio road in- ;
'''"iiiit in I iro quifitities ot crnvi'i -- ,
'iioiih to kei'ji tiie work progressing ril,t 1
ti"ii ' now. The LTivel now used is of tlh I
V"i-v bi-M kind. The op ivi;l on sonic p, r
t'ams ol't'ae ttreet which weru but imp :r-
t , 1 1 v c ivei'ed for srvcril week, and
whic'i were put to b ird tests by teims nu I j
ba I we it Ii it, .shows no si'iis of wear but i
iirinlv piekel down. Even that tdi 'it
-it i etc ! of street , o a which wh it wis sup
I' i-ed t ) b'3 the iulVrior pravel was used,
looks very well indeed now, the -'ravel,
. leT'Vrr it Ins set tied down, making a
-month, (inn road-lied. Tois latter l.u t
i.Min ii ;;rei able surprise to many whol).
lieviid ih it the tir. t lot of gravel waseiiiiu
ly unfit for nine! juving purpiics. Even
the side uf tho street near tho ii- p it, which
is pave. I with this grivel, aud when.- the
gravel te -ins are constantly going up mi I
da.vn, i i . i s retained its form. The low place
in lioat of Mr. A. Labi's factory has net
yet hnai tillei), ms the ground outside the
levi" s h slill too wet to permit tho Hauling
ot diit fr tilling. It is now plaln'y to be
seen that, excepting Eighth street between
t'i'' avenues, this improvement will be one
of the most substantial of its kind in the
At I is.t we are to have it." Malinger
Shields after much correspondence nnd by
dint of h iid work, bus secured for the citi
i an nf Cairo und viueiulty the largest i-tid
ma-t expeimive nrgiwiizuuu extent Col.
.1. II. ll ivi ily'ti r.pera company, numbering
about forty people, bringing their own or
chestra cmnplet-, a noticeably lacking in
many companies that have visited in. The
company appear at the Opera House on the
Vi h iust., prcs'.:ntiii,' tho latest musical
master work of the famous "Waltz-King,"
.Minimi fltriU"s, entitled ''Merry-war."
This is the charming opera which created
the craza ia New York, whore it In Id the
sta:,'o lor months, being tho longest run
ever credited to-an opera. It has been
proti tinted the m ist brilliant aud sparkling
music il production of the day, aud to bo
full of bright and spirited passages, tepleto
with that fascinating liveliness which
marks Strauss' mtisio as a ruin. When one
reealin tho bewitching strains of the ever
TINTS. CHEAPER, HAND
PAINT OU WALL PAPER.
E i :
OAN AIPLV IT.
u.l . tii. s iimi rotors, covers patches and wll
; i,;l me mnii u made proof agninst bugs
im.l -,r. und ihu I'HMnus and base, where i
... h-'t .-iter Fifty cents worth of AU
vi,! with two coats; hlld Otie Coat will pro
- c. it (,t nny ether preparation, on the sam
: nil our ini:ei,
,1, , . In tio .ai; ii m n il,re lino r lew iceut J
' "n r 51. w per weon.
LMi: SAI.K. -UlniiliK, t'bmia) Morgtget, Hpccl.
' y, ,:r j, .iv hmI Murrain JJueiU t tb Bullaitt
" 7s Hi io L"vef
I 1'' '' I'M
hALK On Hallrotd ilrMl
i " i
i,iti. Ih-ui Inns. 9 and in. blotk is. h,l
n. lanll-u;-, rvitoo Kallroad tutxl aod til
. f-"f-.l."r"c''lf Pi;l)r ' Balktln urUcal
K ill rlTT TRSAICBSI.
' i'r,i It in,-, id :
Mi'tern:. uih aa a candidate for tbaofllcfl
r i?ur,jr at t,i! tomini: cltr electuin.
, , , t LOLIti U. XV IKS.
t filro. ti! . Mar.-.b 21th, 1W3.
. I-, r Huf..'ln-
r..k natxitmce mo at a cacdldau for City
..... u.c )! it: k el'.v eiMt'on.
, . , YHZO WHITCAMP.
' sir-., I t , MtrrhMth. m.
L- i;,,r Ii i.I, tli,:
I .'. ....,:, .Co Illl;
!f in acndlJate fot City Clerk.
I'alM. 111.. M'c.h aah,
r a.,r l-:!i,.fi0:
r,-ic hui.n ht that I am a candidal fori
a . '. 'if, ti.cutr.co ut Cit, Cler at lb 'tad
' ' j .! vii. D. J. fOlEi.
i .')', r ' Il.n. Dinube" acd "thousand anii
i'v ii.:!,'' '.Mu'zes hy Strings, we can getl
ti ii.,; id i "fthe musical treat in store fori
;!-. C .1. J. II. ilavcrly is undoubtedly the!
.' I x''-;t ainut' tueut manager in America,
n i: ,t ;;. t!, world, and any attrsction with!
hi-1 in, e it' ,e!;eil 1 1 it is sure of drawing!
iir.,- ii -j !,,.- t'rotu the elite and culture,!
-ui'" h j,'i3 ewr kept faith the public andl
b: i, : iiii-i tei with the wy best enter-
;a - v i ' ut-equa-utly his name to him is a
M - "re." -ail our music-loviog people
aa i tii atre '.'in generally will welcome!
tio- liii.o a C'liientot his greatest attraction.
C .; '. u u Finney of the Criminal Court.l
I, ii -. Mo., writes: For three winters!
Is'.iV. - .1 :, raire with rheumatism. St J
J i..i!;- oi, was rcotuuiended, and seven orl
(.):':' i-rpiicVions cured rue.
.u is of dissitistactioo at the!
which the Eighth street im-
i is been inaugurated, seem to 1
iitve Int a more fruitful source in the vivid!
im tmati .-i of a new.-pper reporter than!
i i t ,'j ii. n Is of t'ifire directly concerned.!
.'"rly nil the-so immediately interested,!
who h-ive civen the matter due considers
i. i,l, :v. tun 1 little cause for loud com-j
p. ,inH. finiply because, they have not yet I
i, i'n .'ia 'a. This much is certain: the I
fit;. 1 is not intend to wrong the property
I, lets o i 12. 'ti t h street and has no desire to
mike nvai'V out of the improvement. Noth
i ) ; h Im-a done or attempted to be done
! I',' ;h" tint would iustifv anv such I
c 'iio:u-iori. The city council appointed
coiiiiyis-ioii-rs to ascertain the probable
c i. t of t!ai improv aiieiit, merely for its own
iat'oitna'i' n ; the county court appointed the
us- 'r w ho ;,s-eLed the benefits of such
i npii.v -m ait against the property holders,
ait t'li-n', acting entirely Independent of
t leci'v government, had no evidence be
f ue th an that the city council had received
a iy donation on hccouoI of the improve
ment the In n-lits of which they were obliged
t iiK-e-s by order of tho county court. The
m .liil their work in this in all other
( av s, according to what tbey understood
1 1 h - the law governing them and the facts
ni'foie them, and it therois any doubt as to
the coinctnes4 of their understanding of I
the law and the facts, the county court
tiny le culled upon to set this doubt st
n -t. A d ay or two will be designated by
th" county court, for hearing any com
plaints property owners may have to make
(Muceiniiiif this mutter ; then will be the
lime for ail who tiro dissatisfied to make
kiiim a tite reasons ot their displeasure, and
v hatevi'i- the court's decision may be will
tettle the matP-r.
Herbert Spencer tho great philosopher
while in America aaid: "The Ysnkecs live
too last, work too much, and catch cold too
often." What a chaiico for Dr. Bull's
'J'l'O entire problem of aerial uavlga.
turn ha.- I'l'eii solved bv a man in Buffa
lo. Ho has devised ti soniothlug which
looks like nu ordinary atenm ynoht,
with innumerable wings or outriggers,
nnd wiih it ho will circumnavigate tn
glnbo nnd it'iK'tnde tho hitherto impen
enable tl rn in of thn upper air. Steam
iHolie the motor when tho invention
t-hall hiive proved a success. For ex
vi'i'iineutiil puvpesos he is constructing
ii smaller nir-craft that will be operated
by man power. Ten men 'vlll be neo
ctsstiw to "pitnoh tho breezi" for this
cxpoiimcaital enift.; but thoso ten men
luivo not vet been found. After the
ishall hnteWn rocntMed more will bf
known about tho expcrlimjttt.