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CHICAGO COK8ET CO., Chicago, 111.
The New York correspondent of the
Brooklyn Eagle, a sort of "Man About
Town," notes tho introduction of a new
word into the language. It is d-wl-o
or d-o-o-d, the spelling not having been
distinctly 'settled yet. Nobody Knows
where tho word came from, but it hm
sprung into popularity within tho past
few weeks, and everybody is using it.
The correspondent says of it:
It means a masher, and yet it means
somethjnfr more than a masher. For in
stance, a masher may be young or old,
be may mash by virtue of his politeness,
of his accomplishments, of his wealth,
beauty, eyes, nose or face; he may be a
man of mature years, an old man, a
young man, or a boy. In speaking of
mashers one is never sure exactly what
sort of a man is mcaut. There is a
class of mashers in New York who will
now have a definite place in the lan
guage of the town as dudes. A dude
cannot be old; he must be young, and
to be properly termed a dudo he should
be one of a certain class who affect tho
metropolitan theaters. A dude is from
19 to 28 years of age, wears trousers of
extreme tightness, is hollow-chested,
effeminate in his way, apes the English,
ml distinguishes himself among his
fellowmen as a lover of actresses. The
badge of his oflice is the paper cigar
ette, and his bell-crown Lnglish opera
hat is his chiefest joy. They are seen in
large numbers at tho theaters, where
they form one of tho interesting features
of tho evening entertainment. ' They
are offensive, because they blow cigar
ette smoke in ladies' faces and monop
olize the bhr between the ' acts. As a
rule they aro rich men's sons, and very
proud of tho unlimited cash at their
command. They call all actresses by
tlieir first names and affect extreme
familiarity with all things pertaining to
the s'.. ; 'v m reality they know very
little personally of the men. and women
of the Unmiu'to profession. Still tho
dude always possesses a particular favor
iwj oi me mailing tneairicm ccieurny.
They are a Larmiers lot of men ono
way, for they rio too shallow pated and
weak to accomplish any harm, but tbey
arc somen tnes ollciiHive. io uuuo Is a
rval dude who does not talk to a fellow
dude iu a loud voice durins the olav:
also, no dudo who respocts himself ever
takes a lady to the theater. They run
In pairs, and compare notes between
A clergyman at Cambridge preached
a sermon which one of his auditors
commended. "lVs," said the gentle
man to wnom it wan mentioned, "it was
a good sermon, but he stole it." This
was told to the Drencher. IIi rnupniAil
It and called the gentleman to retract
wnai uc iiau said, "i am not," replied
tho aggressor, "very apt to retract m
word, but, in this instance I will. 1
said you hud stolen the sermon. I find
I was wrong; for on returning homo,
aud referring to the bx)k whence
thought it was taken, I found it tUere."
J.W. flraham, Whftle-ele Drnggla,, of Auattn,
I?.",,wr l,i u handling Dr. Wm.
all a Ha . am or tht Loop for tha next year,
and haja found It nan of the most sslesble iW ,
t1SSL i-S -"-?"r bd !? m'r . hOTM ,or Courts,
stTMMf W Bn b'
.vPl!i wn'."oiyceit4 Bittri
It U oldejl and he.t ronxdy for Dvipepna. Bll
Wnmmm. Malwla. Udinettl ,n, all dlaordar. of th
tlomach.sad aH diaeaMs Indicating an tnonra
eostdiUol of lb Blood. Kidaeyt and Liver.
DCKMO'I CKTKiiM UN VTt cnrai Calarrh
kad all affettiona of tha inamm metnbrana,
Dr. Rocar's Vasaiattio Wora Byrap tnaiaotlv a.
Moys wonts aad Noat tkt aaarsUvw klab
fi iwi iftiV.vliflAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL
THE DAILY: BlTEUSTDai
Big Podey, dor Miller.
On dop of dor hilt roil can sbW a milt ' J
Dot van all blayod ond rimifrhmadtiof ihdono,
Dor bor van dcre ond noiay bbdlU, i
i Hut Podey, dor mlllor, vus died und gone.
1 - ..; . i, f. . f .;!"
Mnmlnr und nltrht und airly and lade, . .
Dot made no ditferanoe hot oreold,
He denied oud dcr I.nrur und Viaky shdralgbl
Dill lilm under dor bltuo got awful old. M .
"ni Fad Peiloy" vas all dor same
L'nd all of di-r bobble dem llktd him Tollf
Bml vedder ho ownod any odor name, - v
1 ithwar of I knowed 1 voodind doli ; ' i
Dvaa "Ulir Fad Poiley, a shlloeof ham, , . .
Und "Dip Fad Podey a glass of beer;" 4
Bud Pode didn't aotdn for to care a cent
bo long as der Jlukle of shdambs he'd near. ;
'Dvaa "Btjr Fad Podey" dem all did oall.: i
Dor fnek'g, for sure, I'm going to dold
Ho vh "HIk Fad Podey" vim ho vas nhmall.
Und "lllg Fad Podoy" Ten lie was old. "
Bud "Big Fad Pedoy" dough bovasahdouV. ,
You musu't dink dot be vuan'd sbdrong;
He could driok droe barrels of beer glean out,
Uud don dob off mlt a ahplendid song.
All dor dime tmsy and full of fun,
All dor dime doing his llfol bead, ,,
He always dock care of "Number Von,"
Und boody goot care of all dor rend. . , j
Dere vaa alwarii a shmile ori Pedeys fact-'" ' ''
No maddor how oold der vedder mucbd DO. .
Der flro vood burn In Podey's blnco, '.-'..
Sometimes in dor nlirhd dill half-pasd drea.
How Podey had lifed was knowed to fame,' ( ,
Hudefry vonlador or soon musd go; , .
So von day around der news did come '
"Der bierund Podey vasawful low." ' "'
Und den 'dvas dalkod kindor shamefully,
I)or docdar vas dare und be vasdied;
Uud all dor naypors rushed In to aee,
"Boor Big Podey," vaa all dey grled. ,
Dey pud blm In his loodle bed, ,
Ills ulHter coiit dot vas his shroud;
"He's sbklbbcd dor irutter," some von saM.
Cause be alvayB bald for rat begot,
Und noferdlnked dot vas a ln,
Veil some von vasn'd dot near dor ahbot
To pud blenty vater In der gin. -
On dob of der hill you eon saw a mill
Dod vas all blayed oud dough made of shdose.
Dor bar vas dero und noUy mllll, ,
But Podey, der mlllor, vafl died und gone. .
American Society, 1
American society, as now carried on,
is maintained solely for tho benefit ol
young girls, and is generally little bet-'r
ter than a marriage mart. The parents
launch their offspring as well as pos
sible, and display their wares 'to the
greatest advantage, but the business of
the market is carried on chiefly, by the
young girls themselves, instead ol by
their mothers as in England and Eu
rope. , There is no special objection to
this method of transacting the business,
but it is preposterous that, young girls
and their affairs should overshadow and
shut out everything and everybody else.
The result of this absorption in one class
and one pursuit is that American society
is often insufferably dull and flat; It is
made up too exclusively of .ignorant,
girls ana their attendant boys. Half the
education of a cultivated and attractive
woman is of course that which is de
rived from society and from the world; ,
and yet American society is almost
wholly given up to the business of en-
tortaining and marrying those who are
necessarily wholly destitute of snch an
education. Another effect of the prev
alenco of social principles of this do-,
scription is the supremacy of that moat
rustic and unattractive of habits, the
f miring system, which converts society
uto a vast congregation of lcle-a-letes.
This prevails . all over tho world to a
greater or less extent, but it should
uever reign supreme. The upshot of the
wiole thing with us is to- drive out of
society noarly all married people, for
marriage under such a system is de
structive of social, value;, nearly all
unmarried wonieu over twenty-five, who
are thought to have overstayed thoir
market; and, finally, a considerable pro
portion of the unmarried men of thirty
and upwards. In other , words,-except
at a few large balls and receptions, all
the best and most intelligent part ol
society is usually lacking. It has been
I)Ushcd aside, and is obliged to And all
ts social amusement in small coteries
of its own. This retirement Is of course
voluntary, because the pairing system
ruins general societv, and makes It, in 1
fact, impossible in the best and truest
sense. A clever young Englishman not
long ago expressed his surprise at the
fact that, whenever he asked who a lady
of a certain ago, ns the French say,
might be, he was Invariably told, not
that she was Mrs. Blank, but that she
was the mother of Mis Blank. ' The
girl; like boy, is properly the most in
signllicaut member of society. When a
young man goes forth in the world, he
starts at the bottom of the ladder, and
works his way up. The same rule
should apply to young women In society.
..They have their place and it is an ini-''
portant one; but they should not start'
in social life at the top, and then slowly
descend. Such a system is against every
law of nature or of art, and with its in
evitable concomitant of universal tetea-'
Met makes really attractive general
society impossible. We pluee the social
jiyrumid upon Its ape "instead of upon
Its base, and then wonder that It is a
poor, tottering, and unlovely object.;
s!;rt' Atlantic. '
MarriagB in Low Life. "
A young African by tho name of Zeke
called on Rev. Whangdoodlo Baxter a
few days ago, and informed him that ho
(Zcke) contemplated perpetrating mat
rimony at an early day, and he would be
glad to have Whangdoodle perform the
ceremony, at ho (Zeke) belonged to
Whangdoodlo's congregation.' ";-.. ; '
"I knows you b'longs to m'y'cbngret
gashun, but you has boon mighty on-1
regular in jcr 'tendanoe . at : tiunday.
School. I ain't gwlne tor inarry you,
nor no udder member of. ruv cphgrega
shun, until I has done ifled myself .
dat de high contrashing, vParnea am '
familiar wid de ten comraandmentj.",
"I reckon I knows as much about 'em
as de general run'ob nlggars.",'' ' '
"Dat's what Fse, gwfiie ter find out '
Dow many gods am dcyf" .
"Dar'i only one God. ". n - -i- ' . .
"Ebery fool nlggdh knowi' dat I
know dat ar myself befoah I came to
Austin. What 1 want ter know am hovr
manv pussous J IS -,r, : ,
"How manypuHsoas?'1' . .
"Jes so. How many pussonaf"1'
"Well, parson, lemma ," respond
ed Zeke, tginulng to count there on bis
fingers, "dar'l mo an' da fare bride. dat
makes one, as soon M" we're- married.
Dar'g do brldc'a tnUddef.' Atint 8uk(ry; '
dar'a do musiclannors, layersnlf, an1
p'r'aps 'cm all togedder, dur ain't moan
den scben or eight yussons." Ttxai
Obaap FoetsgQ at Last, and Postal Soto
xa autuiwn, -
t The late Comrrens passed a law which
will be hailed with general satisfaction
bv the people, namely, the reduction of
tha rate of rfostage' on letters to two
centB. The united states may now De
considOrcd at. standing ;af the head of
the nations in the matter ol qheap postal
facilities. We are indebted , to .Mother
England for teaching us the A B C ol
popular postal transmission; for a score
of years her rate has been two cents.
But no such costs, difficulties, and dis
tances have had to be overcome in
carrying the malls In Great Britain as in
this country. Her postal routes are
short, hor total area being only 'about
one hundred and twenty-two thousand
sriuare miles, while ours is not far from
.a a i mi m
tnree ana a nan, millions 01 square
miles, . j, , . ,
Many of our important towns are
from one to four thousand miles apart
by the postal routes, over which we
have been long carrying letters for three
cents. Under the new rates of two
cents, the quantity of letters to be car
ried will doubtless be greatly augmented.
The pew two cent rate goes into op
eration uotooer 1. j.ne post omce
authorities are engaged in preparing a
brand new two cent stamp, witn wmcn
to inaugurate the happy event ,
Another accommodation for the public
will also soon come into vogue, namely,
the issue of postal notes for small sums.
By payment at any post office a postal
Dote for ' the amount is to be given,
which will be payable on presentation
at any other post office.
j The post office authorities aremaking
preparations as rapidly as possible for
the issue of the new postal note. It is
to be engraved witn great, care, the
work upon it to be equal to that on the
national ' banknotes, in order to protect
the holder. It is expected that this note
will prove of great benefit to all who
desire to uso the mails to purchase
books, newspapers and merchandise.
The authorities admit that It is an ex
periment, and do not expect that the
system will any more than pay expenses.
How to Scatter Troubk
The Bad Boy of reek's Hun sa: I
think when a nfan is In trouble, if he
has a good little boy to take his mind
from his troubles, and gd him mad at
something else, it rests him. I.nst night
we had hot maple syrup aud biscuit for
supper, and pa had a saucer full in
front of him,' just a steaming.' I could
see he was thinking too much about his
mining stock, and I thought if there
was anything I could do to take his mind
off of it, and place it on something else,
I would be doing a kindness that would
be appreciated. 1 sat on the right ol
pa, and when he wasn't looking I pulled
the table cloth so tho saucer ot red hot
maple syrup dropped off in his lap. Well,
you'd a died to see how quick hit
thoughts turned from his financial trou
bles to his physical misfortunes. There
was about a pint of hot syrup, and it
went all over his lap and you know how
hot melted maple sugar is, and how it
sort of clings to anything. Pa jumped
un and srabbed hold of his pants lc&i
to pull them away from hisself, and he
danced around and told ma to turn the
hose on him, and then bo took a pitcbet
of ice water and poured it down hi
pants, and he said the condemned old
table was getting so rickety that asaucei
wouldn't stay on it, and I told pa if he
would put some tar on his legs, the
same kind that he told me to put on mj
lip to make my moustache grow, th
syrup wouldn't burn so, and then ht
cuffed me, and I think he felt better.
It is a great thing to get a man t
mind off his troubles, but where a man
hasn't got any mind, like you, for in
At this point the grocery man picked
up a fire poker, and the boy went out in
a hurry and hung up a sign in front ol
the grocery, "Cash paid for fat Dogs."
Thought She Couldn't
A Detroiter who "was ' lately crossing
Clinton County, with horse and buggy,
stopped at a farm-house, along about
noon, and asked tho woman if she
could get him up a dinner and food his
"Come in and I'll see," she replied,
and, as be sat down, she called out at
the foot of the stairs:
'Yes, mar'm," replied a voice.
"Have we any hay or oatji or corn or
straw or turnips, or anything lse, to
feed a horse on?"
VNo," was the decided answer. , ,
"Then , that settles the horse ques
tion," announced tho woman to her
fuost. I'll see about your dinner now.
ay, Hanner!" ;
"Have we got any bread bakedP"
Any flour to bake a shortcake
"Any cold meat, cake, pie or oold
"Nary one." '
"Then I reallv don't think I can feed
either you or your horse," said the
woman, as she shut the stairs door.
"You miirht poke alomr to the red
house on the left hand, and if you ain't
afoared of crazy people and small-pox,
they may sot you out some beet pickles
and rye coffee. Detroit Free Prest. I
i m i
' Bolvlng Two Problems..
He stooped sawing wood and turned
to the old roan who was splitting and
piling and said:
"Father, I cannot believe that I was
cut out for a farmer. The whole prob
lem is right here; I go to the city as a
clerk at a dollar a day. In six months
I got a raise to $9 pur woek. In a yeai
I am given an interest in the firm, and
in ten I am rich enough to buy and soil
you ten times over."
"Yes, that's one problem," slowly
replied the old man, "and there's an
other; there's six cords of wood left in
that pile, and if it isn't all sawed, split
and piled agin Saturday night, you don't
git no pair o', now cowhide boots out ot
me! Hear me now, and make that
buck-saw strike fire!" Wall Street
Daily News.' 1
A certain Indiana man oan drink ball
a pint of kerosene and experience no
deleterious effects from the draught
The Detroit Free Frets man is afraid
that some day a thoughtless person will
blow in tha iidlanlan's chimney and
An EnthttaUitlo JCndonement.
Gomum, N. H, July H, 1879.
GKHTs-Wboo'ver you are, I don't know;
but I thank the Lord and feel grateful to
you to know than in this world of adulter
ated medicines mere is one compouoq mat
proves and does all U advertises to' do, Srid
more. Four years ago I had a slight shock
of paley, which unnerved me to such an ex
tent that the least excitement would make
me shake like the ague. Last May I was
induced to try Hop Bitters. ' I , used one
bottle, but did not see any chaope; another
did so change my nerves that tbey are now
as steady as they ever were. It used to
take both hands to write, but now my good
right haqd writes this. , Now, if you con
tinue to manufacture as honest and good
an article as you do, you will accumulate
an honest fortune, and confer the greatest
blessing on ' your fellow-men that was ever
conferred on mankind. Tim BcRcn.
How the Lone Star State is Said to Hav
Obtained Its Same.
A writer In a Philadelphia paper re
lates the legend of the origin of the
name "Texas," as told to ber by Gen.
Sam Houstonwhen she was a little
rl. Gen. Houston had it from an In-
an chief, as follows: "A long time
So, when the Spaniards overrun and
indered Mexico, some ol the red men
left them and came toward the rising
gun. They crossed the Rio Grande, and
not knowing what lay before them, en
tered upon the great salt marshes.
They traveled many days, and found
little sweet water or game'. The weathet
grew hot, and the little streams dried
up, and the grass withered, and many
old men and women and children died
of thirst One day, alter many weeks
of weary walking, a party of young
braves, who had been sent ahead to re
connoiter, came running back and said
'We have found water; come on! Thit
good news put new life into their veins,
and although nothing could be seen but
it dry, flat, bald prairie, the scouts were
standing stillcalling and beckoning tc
them and pointing towards something
, apparently at their feet At length they
reached the spot where the braves were
standing. Fifty feet below them tht
limpid waters of the Colorado sang a
melody tq heaven. ' Beyond, far as even
an Indian vision could reach, stretched
a green expanse, The tall mesquite
Sraas, yielding to the breath of the gen
e south wind, rolled in vast billows ol
verdure under the ardent summer sun.
Little 'islands' of mesquite trees dotted
this grassy sea, and herds of buffalo and
deer grazed in peaceful ignorance of an
enemy's approach. Forgetting hunger,
fatigue, and even thirst m this delicious
vision the red men fell upon their knees
and cried out: "Tehas! Tehas!" "Te
bas" is the nearest approach in English
to the correct pronounciatlon of Texas,
and it means so the narrator explains
Dairying for the -Failing 'Lands of tht
, , West .
It has been a prominent fact in tht
settlement of this country, that the ara
ble land, as fast as it has been occupied,
has been exhausted by constant crop
ping till cultivation ceased to be remu
nerative. Each succeeding class of set
tlers soems to have profited nothing by
the experience of its predecessors and
alike to have been wholly occupied with
the thought of present gain, and entire
ly regardless of the future.
There is a large area of land in tht
West and Northwest now giving way
under the depleting influence of tht
plough, which is developing all the cus
tomary effects of exhaustion, especially
where wheat has been the prominent
crop, and the occupants, warned by scan
ty and uncertain yields, are becoming
alarmod for the future support of then
families from their farms, and weaken
ing in the laudablo hope and endeavoi
of swelling their worldly treasures as a
safeguard against sickness, accident
adversity or age.
The growing of any kind of stock,
whether sheep, swine, cattle, or horsot
anything that will consume the prod
ucts of the soil upon the farm, return
ing them wholly or chiefly to the field!
on which they grew, effectually stops
tho work of exnaustion, and begin:
anew the accumulation of plant food ip
While all stock-growing tends to re
cuperate, by checking the waste of fer
tility carried away in the crops sold of)
from the farm, dairying is the most effi
cient, and also the most protitablt
means of recruiting a worn-out farm,
and butter-making is the best line oi
dairy farming for this purpose. Na
tional Live-Stock Journal, Chicago.
A Cruel Joke, '
There is a certain prominent man in
a California city whom It is not safe to
joke with just now. The other night
so the story is related, while he was
loafing in his favorite bar-room, a small
boy came in and handed him a note.
He opened it and his face was perfectly
ghastly as he devoured Its contents.
Then he held a consultation with two of
his friends, borrowed a revolver, and
left the room with his chums. When
the party reached the man's house he
let tnem in at the back door, and, their
shoes boing removed, the stocking
footed trio stole noiselessly through the
bouse. The dull, red glow of the hall
lamp threw the man's determined
features into strong relief as he paused
at his room door and canght the mur
mur ol a voice In caressing tones say
ing: "There, darling, you and I aro all
: alone in the house, so don't be scared.
' Now let me put on this' nice new collar
and pretty coat Ob, you pet you little
darling," and through a crack in the
door came a perfect lusllade of kisses.
The enraged husband took off his coat,
' signaled bis bodyguard, and danced In
to th room witn , his revolver , at full
cock. One look , was enough. There
was his wife codding and . petting an
; English terrier dog. Neither the man
nor his companions have much to say
about what followed, but tbey want to
find the man who wrote that note.
In a school near Louis villa, where t
Sang of rude boys were rebellious and
efied tho female teacher employed,
one , of the trustees supplied himseli
with rods, and going to the schoo! ,
flogged every boy In tarn. ' He now bat
oa his hands law suit for eaoh boy.
. Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night And broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins-
low's soothing oyrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little , sufferer immed
lately. Depend upon it,' mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhwa, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the wholo system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest and best female
physiciane and nurses in the United States,
and is for Bale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Shiluh's Vitalizer s what you need for Con
stipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness and
all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and
75 cents per bottle. Paul G. Schnb,
A Reliable Port Wine.
Mr, A Speer, of New Jersey, whose Port
Grape Wine has such a wide reputation,
and which physicians prescribe so general
ly, was the first in this country to import
the Port Grape vines and to plant : vine
yards of them and to introduce the art of
making wine from the Oporto Orape which,
is now the best wine to be had, and has be
come a great favorite among the most fash
ionable New York and Philadelphia
society. For sale by Paul G. Schub.
Alice Uogao, 681 Blue Island avenue,
Chicago, Ills., says: "I have been taken
Brown's Iron Bitters and find it does me a
great deal of good."
Woman's 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, aud will positively restore her to
Health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single trial always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, tod only coat
fifty cents a bottle Sold by Harry W.
53FDon't wear dingy or faded things
wnen the ten-ceut Diamond Dye wilt make
them good as new. They are perfect sod
coct but 10 cts.
'Revelation suggests the idea that from
Woman comes the power to "bruise ths ser
pents head," The words take a new mean
ing to-day since this is precisely what Mrs.
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Menbman's Peptonized Bkkf Tokic, the
only prepartion of beef containing its entire
nutritious properties. It contains blood
making, force generating and life sustain,
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Dyspepsia, nervous prostration, and ' all
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teebled conditions, whether the teiult of
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or acute disease, particulary if resulting
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Sold by Druggists. (3)
To The West.
There are a number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned Bcction, but the direct
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over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
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Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
finest make are attached to all traioi.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passeogers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia -nnnact with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection Is made with
exprees trains for Kansas tod Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enrouts to tbe
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
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line, which will be mailed free. '
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Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gun'l Pass Agent.
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for Nervous Debility and weakness of Nerve
Generative System, there is none equal to
Allen's Brain Food, which promptly,, and
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Fabmeks and others desiring a f enteet,
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Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shlloh'i Cure.
Paul G. Schuh, agent, (8)
Dr. Kline's Gbkat Ncrti Restorer is
the marvel of the ago for all nerve diseases.
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Huhville, Paocahi st Cairo Packet
Tha elegant sol palatial itaatner '
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BILLY HOUSTON.... .ClsrK
Leaves Cairo every Monday at 4 p. a. for Huh-
tills, i :
Nashville, Paducab4 Cairo U. S. Kail
W. H. CHERRY,
PINK DUES-. Msstar
JOLLY HARD.... . .C)rk.
Leaves this port every Wednesday at 4 p. a. for
Tha Ins passenger and fralttbt steamer
Leaves ft. Loots for Cairo once each week S
f. m. Leaves Cairo for Ht. Loa'.t, and way Una
ngs once each week I a. n.
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.Addraas DR. WAJD 4 CO.. Ualslsas. Ma.
Mixtoial Assessment Not io ,
Notice is hereby f iron to all perrons lnterrited.
That the eltr council ot tbe city of Cairo hvtnirby
Ordinaoea No. 100 ordered, "Section 1, That
Eighth street from the easterly side of Wsnhlng
ton Bvennt to the westt-rwsrdly side of Jefferson
avsnna ha improved in the manner hereinafter
provided, to-wlt: -
Section 9. The grade of said street aball be the
trade esubilshed for Waahlngton avenue at Its In
tersection with said Kltihth sireat, and all por
tions of said street provided herein to be Improved
which may be below ssld established grade shall
b filled thereto. Provided that wbere the sorlaca
or natural grade of said street may now ba above
said established grade, said natural grade sbsll be
taken ss the established grade sod shall only be
dag Into or removed sufficient to level the ground
or To give proper crown to said street.
Section S. Msld street shall be covered !wlth
rrsYl pf a good aaallty for auih purposes, to be
sld to depth oPons foot In ths centre of ssld
street with a gradual decline to tihtckneas st ths
on ter edge of the sldowalkof nine inches, provided
ths surface of said street shall n first graded ao as
to give proper crown, affording sufficient drtlnsge
Hoc t ion 4. Tha said Improvement shall bs mads
byspnclal assessment as provided for In Sections
li to 81 Inclusive of Article ( of the Act of the Oen
tnt Assenthlv of the Htsie of Illinois, approved
April Kith, B7S. and entitled "An act to provide
for tbs Incorporation of cities and villages"; snd
bsve spoiled to the county ourt of Aleisndcr
eonnty fotsa assessment of tbe cost of said Im
provements, according to benefits; and an ssaeas
ment thereof having been made and rsturmdto
ssld court, and the final bearlBg therein will be
had at the 4ulytntnof ssld court, commencing
os ths th day or July. A. 0. lass.
All persons desiring may then and thnre appear
and mass their defame. -
Cairo, II). (March ttth.lHM.
D. J. GAl.UOAN, yCommlssloDers.
Citt Clshk'i Orrtos, I
Caibo, 111., March Utn, IP81.
Pobllc noUca la hereby given that on Tnesdsy the
ITth day of April, A. D. 1H8, a general rlertlos
will be held In the el y of Cairo, coontyof Aleian.
der, stats of Illinois1, for the auction f the follow
log Darned officers, via i A mayor, city clerk, city
treasurer, city attorney and oas alderman from
sach of the five wards of the city. For the par
boh of said Bleetlon polls w 11 be opened at tbs
Allowing named places, vist a la ths Kirst wrd, st
tha engine house of tbe Arab fire company In the
fieaond ward, at ths angina houso of the Koagh
and Heady flreeompanvj In the Third ward, t tbs
engine bone of ths Illbsmlsn fire company t la
ths Fourth ward, at tha conrt honsenn ths rifth
ward, at lbs eni'lns house of ths Anchor firs com
pany. Nald election will ba opened at eittbt
'clock In ths morning sad continue opened until
seven o'clock In the afternoon el sama i'sr
ly order of the city eonacll, O.J.roLIT,
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