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M4mm DR. WARO 4 CO., UaliitM. Mt,
Hlil SLIGHTED, LOVE-
. "SheU a mighty pretty little thing,
by Jovo! mid ailtoffrther too nice for
you, old boy. Of oourMU you mean to
'tftiry her!" In a tone of intrnso
em. "Marry this llttlti jfn'eu country
jrirl, when th stately and elegant Mi
Carrol is ready at any i)inuU) to throw
hnni-lf nnd hT hnlf-mltlidn ' liitd my
onus! Helen Lnngtcyvla a pretty little
pirl, mid altogether charming for a sum
mer flirtation; but marry her? Not I,
my friend." . . , , ., . ..
"Then, Hal, you aro doing a cruel un
manly thing in playing wit her. What
do you intend to do w hen you leave? I
lionrd ytm ask her if sh Wed you the
other night, and of course iupposcd the
matter was settled. " ". ,, ,
"And did you bear the answer I got?
Her gmndmot her called her and she
ran oil' without answering,' and has been
very shy of me since." .. ',..
"Well, you kuow sh loves you, and
It's no child's play with her." .
Hal gave a low laugh.
"Sl.e'H got over it, and settle down
into a farmer's w ifo." i.
"Kor shamo, Hal!" .and Roger Irving
walked off angrily. "
Tho other gave a long low whistle,
and followed leisurely. -
linger Irving and Harry Sanders had
coruo from the city to the quiet little
town of Arden to spend their Vacation,
and had been for four weeks Inmates ot
i'anuer Langlcy's houso.
No sooner had tlmy passed out ol
sight than a young jlrf jumped up from
behind a clump of btnb.es, and looked
after them with liliiziug eves.
"Yes, Harry Sanders, I did love you,
but, thank Heaven! I never told you so.
You w ill find that fhe little green coun
try girl can bate as well as love!"
She spoke qidckly and passionately,
and then threw herself dowu on the
trnmu'l in a passion of tears. ,
Three hours latr, Rogor and Harry .
were sitting on the piazza smoking.
Tins sun had .gone d'jwn, and the stars
were beginning to come out one by one..
Grandma Lungley ft just inside th
parlor window with her knitting.
"I don't see where Helen is; she sel
dom is away so lute." ;
Just, then the object of grsr lma's so
lieitude came in sight She was walking
along carelessly, her bat on her arm',
" and her hair blowing about her face.
She came up and took a scat on the pi
azza, with a cool good evening to Harry
nnd a pleasant smile to Roger.
"Have you been to supper, dear?"
asked grandma anxiously.
"I don't care for any, in a tone that
forbade further questioning.
Roger took up the book lying in
Helen's lap. It was a volume of Ten
n von. He could not conceal a look of
surprise as be akcd: '
"Ah. do you read Tennvson. Miss
"Oh 'ye'," Mie answered quietly."
"Rather surprising that a little green
country girl should read Tennyson, is it
Harry looked at her uneasily, but her
innocent looking eyes reassured him
Bomewhat, and he said smilingly:
"Not for you, Miss Langloy.
She ignored him ' completely, and
turning to Tuger, engaged him in con
They talked about books, music, art,
and both Roger and Harrv, who sat
lisfrnin, were surprised at the case and
familiarity with which she conversed on
these subjects. . ,
llelon was very brilliant that evening
and Roger loft her with the impression
' that he had nevwrsccn so lovely a wom
an before. '; ' ' ""
From that night Helen was a changed
being. She road and talked with Roger,
while Harry was obliged to look moodi
lv on, and wonder where pretty little
Helen had gone.
Two week passed by In this way.and
then one night Helen informed them
that she was going away to make a visit. '
She ; would say good-bye now, she
said, as she should start very early in
She shook hands withfRoger.and with
a smile and good-bye, excused herself
for the rest of the evening.
Rogor wondered vhy such a pang
shot through his heart..
Would he never see her again?
The thought made him sick at heart.
He could not let her jgo in. that way.
He Joved her; this impetuous passion
ate young girl had woo the heart of him
whom so many managing mammas had
tried to ensnare for the last five years.
The tiext morning Roger was up very
early, but Helen wai alf ready to start,
and Roger could not get a word with
her alone.. .
The stage drove up, and he held her
liitle hand in his a moment; then she
stopped into the stage, the driver crack
ed his whip, and she was a-one. '
Roger turned eagerly to Grandma
Langley, and plied her with questions
a to where Helen had gone, and for
how long; but grandma would give him
no Information, and he turned away des
pairingly. , a a
It was a Mill summer evening, and
the wash of the waves on the beach
could be heard on the piazza of the
' The parlors wero' brilliantly lighted, '
and the strains of "The Blue Danube"
floated out through the open windows.
Nearone'of these a lady and gentle
man stood talking.
Tho gentleman, who was an ol d friend
of ours, Harry Sanders, suddenly caught
sight of a young lady just entering the
parlor bv ru opposite door.
"Mrs. Willis, look; who is that?"
Tim lady turned. t . . , . ,
"Which one? The tall 6ne?"
'.'Her name is Weston.. Shall I pres
. illarry thanked her, and a few mo
ments later was bowing over Miss Wes
He did not see tbo look of triumph in
the beautiful eyes, for when he looked
at her she was smiling.
She vrni a beautiful woman, and re
minded him of somebody, he could not
lliiuk whom. She kept him near her
all the evening, and a pair of bewilder
ing dark eyes were dancing before him
Harry Sanders confessed to himself
that he had never been, so interested in
any woman before. .:.'
The summer was ped in 'dancing,
boating, riding and all kind of amuse-
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL
nents.T In a week Harry Saiiders Win
violently and desperately in lovo with
Helen Weston. '
Oue hot, sultry nfterpnon Miss Wes
ton sat on tho piazza alouo. In nor lap
she held a vrorn volume of Tennyson,
but she was not reading. The beautiful
grey eyes were looking wistfully put to
'"Miss "Weston?" '
She started, and turning saw Mr.'
Sanders, and with him Roger Irving.
Her face paled, but she quickly bowed,
as Mr. Sanders introdnoecl his friand.
Roger looked at the book lu her lap,
and with a start scanned her features
closely. , ,
Miss Weston appeared constrained,
and not at all herself, that afternoon.
She soon excused herself on tho plea of
a headache, and went to her room-
Her heart beat tumultuouslv, and she
kept repeating to herself, "At last, at
last. Oh, Roger, my darling, you will
Roger was tired of the glare ana hum
in the ball room. He turned wearily
away from it all, and went out 'in the
calm still night. He walked along the
beach, and bearing voices, ho stopped.
It was Miss Weston who was spesking.
"Marry you, Mr. Sanders? I could
never think of depriving vou of Miss
Carroll, with her half million."
"Miss Weston Helen what can you
mean? What is Miss Carroll and her
money compared with yon, my darling?
Oh, I lore you soj can't you lovo' me, if
ever so little?" " '
She gave a mocking little laugh".
"Tell mo, Helen," he urged, "did you
never love me?" v ;
"Yes," she answered, "I loved you."
"Oh, my darling, my darling
"No, Mr. S'indira, don't touch me!
I do not love you now. Listeni Five
years ago I overheard ynn say that you
would never marry a little green "coun
try girl, when the stately and. elegant
Miss Carrofl was ready at any moment
to throw herself and her half million in
to your arms.. Helen Langley's love
turned in that itoment to bitter hate. I
have longed for the time to conie,lIarry
Sanders, when 1 fould make you suffer
as you made me suffer long ago. I
have' my revenge, aud I am satisfied.
He turned and wilkod away. "
Helen stood quite still a moment, then
felt herself taken iato a pair of strong
arms, and a low voice said: i: ;;-
"I have found you at last, my own,
my lovo." , ... . ...
It was Roger's voice that spoke, and
Roger's eyes that looked into tier's.'
"I)o vou Ioj-e me, Helen?" . ,
She drew the dear face down to hers.
and with her arms round his he'cK; said:'
"I have loved you for iivo .-years,
Roger." ' ' '
After a few moments he asked:'
"But why are you Helen Weston now?
I should have, known you if it bad not
been for that." :.
Then she told him how her uncle had
died four years before, 'and'' luff ber his
.... . .
property on condition that she woulil
take bis name. '' '' " ... : 1
When she had finished he drew her
closer to him and whispered
"And now you will change it once
She laughed; but two . months later
their marriage was iu all the papers.
"This is pretty lively weather, we an'
having," smM a buttered specimen of
humanity, lounging into the political
editor's room and falling into a chair.
"It is what we might' ettll downright
"Yes," said the editor not looking up
from his writing.
"Seems to me. an iceberg must have
floated down near our coast," snid the
battered party, pulling his cout together
and turning up his color. "I' tell you
this is the sort of weather to season a
man for a trip u the. North Pole, but it
ain't not bin1 to what we are having
down in Boston." '"'- ' '
"No," said the editor, absently, as his
pen flew over the paper, before him. .
"Now, in Boston, its pretty cold right
along, but when you want to strike the.
every day below zero' racket juii have
to drop in upon Canada.', , Thiljj where
you strike it lively (for. cold weather
NVhy, I've seen horses stock fast in tLe
street; every hoof frozen to the grmiud
and they just had to jump in hud thaw
them out before any travel could be done1
except on foot. I've seotr- the breath
just frozen up solid right out from a
fellow's mouth, and JtjVas. nothing for
boiling water to freeze .inside., of two
minutes. That's whaUi call weather"
what is weather." -' ro" .-t
"How can all this interest mc?w asked
tho editor. "Do you take this for the
Signal Service oflice?"
"No," said the battered partv. "you
must not complain of this sort of Weath.
er. It's simply summer compared with
Alaska. Ever in Alaska?"
"No.' 'Raid the editor, "and l don't $ec
how it can interest you to know where
I have or have not been." :
"You slionld take a little trip tKrougb
A1a.-ka," said tho buffered , visitor.
"Great couutry. Lots of things in that
couutryyou never dreamed of, and cold!
well, the weather dow n there would turn
a red hot bar of iron ice cold 'inside of.
three minutes. Tell vou it takes a tough
man to live in that country.' ' V'
" "Dou't you think un have" bitfed nib
long enough?" asked the editoCa leau-!
ing back in his chair nnd (flaring at thp
tramp. ,., , , ,,.,:,, -
"Now Alaska is a part of-wif eotm-'
try we should take move In'tereM in,'!
said tho tramp, setting l,mcrJu hw'clmfr
and acting as though he Jiadt'ffiu to
stay. "Yon wouldn't tliiulc il,biit thi
country i. jiu immense nowthiHr Alaska,
is i added to this rest 'of our "territory.
VV hy, you draw a line sonic where' -about
San Francisco nnd yon cut t1i(''-cmintrv
square lu half. Thltik for a moment
what that moans to live iU' , ,,'ii.try.w
'How loug do you propose to " kwp
tlus very sem.,-!,, on,Vlfrsiiti6jr' uivi
asked the editor, bringing his hand
down with a hang tM,0u Mi: . -D
Why, sir, wo are tin, riehwl .nation an"
tin globe to-day. A'linot UvIeW (is rlcli"
n RiKu 11 mill ..... i
ahead of Ltigland hcr.v,;f, ' .'I'lu-re U
something fur a tiuu,' AinertSiii. to brf
crowing over. Ever -beei, -.vwtV Xoi
can never properly appi-eoiatrt this alorl
ous country until you take a (rlp tbnui-'H
the westera slates. .What.do you think
of traveling 0 whole JHV though ' a
sUilu field of grain? :'h'ul w tht back-
ii ; . ; . " "u Kn a . wuum or o
boueofWur nation, sir gain. V Now i"
have an idea that you do not properly
npprneiato the lami you llye in. You do
not appear to be interestou! In my con
versation... Your eyes have uu absent
look nbont--'- "" "
! K ''I'll give you Just two minutes to get
out of this building," shouted the odltoi
jumping to his feet.
"Then there.ara the territories," said
the tramp, diving into his pocket aud
Tiullinir out a stump of a clirnr, which
' lie proceeded to light.; "There is Wash
ington .territory lor instance, lakes
you thirty days to get there from here,
going by steam to".'
"You" have two minutes left," criod
the editor, picking up a heavy paper
"That territory is just the boHt iu all
tho land. Right on the Pacific Coast, and
a climate like Florida, only more to bo
depended upon for good, steady w'eathei
all tho year, round. Lots of cnterpris
down thero, too, Tliink nothing of
raihing up a town of six or (-even thous
and souls. Speaking of souls, there is
one thing I am sorry to boo developing
in our land, and that is tho tendency
to doubt religion. Now, I don't believe
In crank preachers of the gospel, but
we do not want to let go onr faith alto
gether. That is sure to lead to tha Frouch
Revolution sort of, thing. That was
the turning point in' the world's history
though, that same ro volution in France.
Do you think' tho present republic in
France will last? I lo not. I'll ttft
"One minute," howled tho editor,
jumping back and raising the paper
"I'll bet you a box of imported cigars
that the party favoring an empire will
be In power in France FnwMeof " Whiz!
went the piiper weight, but1 the" tramp
dodged it cleverly, and smiled sadlv as
ho continued: "la France inside of six
months. France is just ready -to follow
a bold man wheuever ho comes to
Kver been to France? ' Don't you im
agine that Paris U France any more than
New York is the" but here the patent
double back action, however, caught the
pxr creature, and the editor was free.
A psin-stricken farmer of Worcester,
1io couldn't walk as be useter,
Tried St. Jacobs Oil,
And this nun of toil
Now kicks sky-high if he cbooicter.
, RIVER. NEYVK.
W. P. Lavruo. mcr editor ol ?g HpllktiN
AAd uti-vnho' pMaanfnr agont. Orden for nil
klndi uf U-am boat Job punting aoliclted. OPK-e
t Hower'a European Hutul. No. JiOblo levite.
. , '. ... STA0K8 OF TUBS IUVKR.
The river marked by the gauge last even
ing at this port, 43 feet 1 inches and fat I-
'ing. ' i . '
Cincinnati, April 18 p. ru. River 27
feet 9 inches aud rising
Pittsburgh, April 186 p. in River 13
feet 3 ioches and rising.
Louisville, April 180 p. m. River 10
(e 8 inches and falling
Nashville, April 186 p. m. River 18
feet 11 ioches and falling.
' Chattaooogi, April 18-6 p. m. River
15 feet 0 inches and rising.
"St. Louis, April 18-0 p. ra. River 10
feet 2 inches and falling.
; , KIVKR 1TKM8.
i The election is over and the defeated can
didates are all .waiting for the Salt river
packet, Jack Wioter will command and
Chief Myers clerk for a pleasant voyage to
the head waters of Salt river, a noted resort
for dufcuUid caodidatea.. See W. F. Lamb
din, Passenger Agent, and secure your
tickets at panichy prices.
, We was out yesterday posting bills for
the Dramatic Festival which takes plsce
on tbeUOth of the present month and con
tinues' six days. ' the finest talents of tho
known world will take part in this grand
affttif,"arjdif Cairo, hw any aJmirors of
Shakespcsro'a playa, the opportunity is
pijwffferej to make a pleasant trip to
Cincinnati arid return for $19. Got your
tickets from W.F. Libdiu, Agent.
thij Will Kyle will receive freight here
to-dsy for New Orleans through the admin
iatration ot'Cpt.VV. P, .WHkU her. freight
agent, aud if you don't secure passage on
bnardr remember that, Vy. P. Lambdia will
ftirmsb tlckctink si'cure good looms for
his patrons. -.
Tbe.W. H. Cherry leaves here this morn
tug at 10 o'clock on her return trip to
Nashville. W. F, Lumb lin, Agent, will
furnish tickets at low rates.
The City of Vicksburg from bolow ar
rived here at 5 o'clock Inst evening and de
parted for Vicksburg at 6 p. ui. She had a
fine passenger trip. . f
The Paris C. Brown left Cincinnati
Tunsday lor New' Orleans. The Wyoming
follows her to-dny sod tho Mary notistoa
..Sttttirdsy. ., . ,
.;' 'The City of Baton R iugo, tho race horse
of the Anchor lino, is due here from St.
Louiir(tp night for New Orleani.
'Yestertbiy was quite warm and strong
wind prevailed all day with indications of
rain last evening;
Tho Golden Rule from New Orleans
passed! up hst night lor Cincinnati with a
glorious trip. .'' ' ,
' Tho Will 8: Hays left New Orleans Tues.
UUy evening fur Cincinnati and is due here
'S?tirday. ' - ' ,
. Cspt. Ed. Parley, of Paducah, paid Cairo
a flvinif visit' yesterday and returned via
FowliT."' ' "
The OommoDwealth leaves the Future
Great this evening for Vicksburg. .. . ;
TheJas: W. Gaff left Cluclunati Wed
nesday afternoon for Memphis, -
' .TheCbal. Morgan is due to-morrow
iilpht for Cincinnati.' ,
If VOU are a freounnter or a resident of a
miasmntic diHtrlrt. hnrrlexlM vimr ii'itum
against the scourge of all new countries
mt I..r:. u i i. . t . . e i .
iuc, uoiioua nun irjieriniuem luvers uy
the uso of Hop Bitters.
LrDiNOTON, M:ca., Feb. 2, 1880.
I bh.ve sold lion liitlnra for four vesrs
and there is no medicine that surpasses
them for billiousattaeks, kidney Complaints
and many diseases incident to this malarial
climate. - , I i Jl. T. Alkxisdkr.
Thb glory of a man is bis itrenuth. If
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urain fooo wm permanently restore all
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William Woods, 147 Green St., Chicago,
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Fok Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint you
have a printed guarantee on everv bottlo
ofShiloh's Vitnhzer. It never fails to
To all who are suffering from the errors
ind indiscretions of youth, nervous wesk
ness, early decay, lews of manhood, &c, I
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OP ciuroe. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Sonil a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
JosF.ru T. Injun, Station D-, Nw York
City. . i
A Ki'liiblePurt Wine.
Mr, A Speer, of New Jerspy, whose Port
Grape Wine has micli a wide reputation,
and which physicians precrile so general
ly, was the first iu this country to import
the Port Grsp vim s and-to plart vine
yards of them snd to ii troduee the art of
making wine from the Osirto Grape which
is now the best wine to be hsd,nd has be
come a great fsvi.rite among the in st fdh
ionable New Y rk and Philadelphia
society. For sai! by Paul G. He huh.
To The West.
There are a numherot routes lending to
the above meutioned section, but the direct
ami reliable route is via Saint Louii aud
over tho MUs-uri Piciflc Railway. Twy
trains daily are run from the Grand I'nlon
Depot, S:iiut Ijuis to Kansas City,' Leaven
worth, An h'lMin, St. Joseph and Omaha. , ,
rullmnn l'slace Sleeping Cars otthe vwy
fires; make are attached t sll trsMn.
At Ksnsaa City Union Depot, pitsaengers
for KansiH, Otlorau', New Mexico snd t'al
ff .riia, rt..pt with express trains of ll
At Atcliihue, c.'DiK-ction is made with
expre-a trams for Ksnm nd Nebrsska
At Omaha, connection Ts made ith the
Overland train for California. , i i
This line oilers to parties etirouie to the
West and Northwest, uot only fast time
and superior scomndstioua, but beautiful
scenery, hs it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
Illustrated in Hps, psmphlets, &c of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. KlS.NAN, P. CUANDI.EH,
Ass't Geo'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night aud broken
ot your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting toethf If so,
send at ouce and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve tho poor little sufferer immod
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 the gums, re
duces Inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing Syiup for Children Teething
ispleBBsnt to the uste, itnd is toe prescrip
tion of on of the oldest snd best female
physicians and nurses iu the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 23 cents a bottle.
'A Nasal Injector free with each bottle
of bhiloh's Cataarh Remedy. Price 50 cts.
riucKien s Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In the worlrl for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hahds, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is gnsrantwl to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded, Price
25 cents pur box. Kor : sale by Gbo. E
' ydis E. Pinkham's great Laboratory
Lynn, Mass., is turning out millions of
packages of her celebrated Compound,
which aro being sent to the four winds, and
actually find their way to alt lands under
the sun and to the remotest confines of
Fht.' Kmnk'k Grbat Nervk Rrstoheb Is
the msrvul of the ace for all uervo diseases.
All fits stopped free. Send to fMM :Arcu
sf'eet. Phihdelnia. P ( .
BEFORE AND AFTER
: Electric Appliances ir tent on 30 Oiyi' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,"
WHO are miri-rlnrf from Kiavoos Wsn.rrt,
1,ot Vitality, L.n r (la Fosca d
'Vhh.R, Waitikii WKmniwa,aiidall thmwdlwaM.
of eanmNi. Nti r r.-mimn from Asuist and
Otiikr (.'Acuta. Simi-ilr ii.inr anl (Hiinplrlx mUh
Tbr Rriuirtiwt llnivrT i f Ihii NlnatnaM Cnliirr.
Senilatuitnc furllluiO'aUHll'niiiihli(raa, AiMreM,-
.VOIUIO BEIT CO., MAItNllL, MICH.'
If W ril1"'!' ' "''''' aweJpini by, no
JiWl i I Isnd dsre helrtre yeu die, inm.
l!HDi( miuntjr anr innoius
li-ivu behind tneonqnertlme."
Iiih u wank la van own town.
Plw Dollar oatttt frsa. Mo
rlak. KTcrytUIng new, Capital not ruqnlred, wt
will furnish you everything. Msay ar nuklnf
tortntii'i, Ladles make an much men. and boys
and gtrln mtke vrest psf 1 Itradar, If yon wsot
bnsiuosa t wolch yon can tnako trSst nay all tin
time, wrllefor psrtleulmaloU. UALLKTr CU
Yvrtlaud, Mala, . i ,r-., ; '; ;
1 . r DR. f fTji
riZmsf 4 m -hi,
LLINOIS CENTRAL Jt
Shortest aud Quickest Ko(
St. Louis and Cliica
Tho Onlv Line liuutiirj
9 DAILY Tit A I ?
From Cairo, I
Making Dikkot ('onnkoh
f&tiwi Lbavs C'AiNo:
:00 a m. Mail, !'
ArrllUf In .Lonls:45a.m.: I Lir.at ., d i ;
Cuonect ft at Odtn aud Kauyi.tm for (' !
Batl, l. livllle, In.ilaHapoh. and p n.; Y.
11:1 H.m. Bt. Iouio rtnd '-i'
trrlylBria ttt. tioutsT:Oftp. m, auU i-'-m..
for all points West.
3:50 p.m. l'"iit Kjhi .-m
FrSt. Louis and t'blraitu, rrivii'L- .1 m
tU:40p.m.,and('hlca..T a in
3:BO p.m. Cincinnati -',x ;.r-.-.
rnying at Cincinnati T.ki a.m., :,'.ui-vr,:.
a.m.; loniauapona , am. rii--' r..'S
inn train reach th auow- v. u, c I : u
Uot'HH to advance ol aay r, ri -r m.vc
Vnia:M p. m. Biiiri'r Lb I'tl l
sl.KKPINQCAK Cairo to C!r.c!r.n l. v.;
changes, and throogh li:f;n io st l.ou k
Fat Time J-.asi. j
Ptl UU(iTMrtlau "T thlr line (! ilir nii.',i to:
1 asnciIriB ern points w'tlm-it 4,1
caused by Sunday InlervrtiliiL'
T he Natiifilfcy f
Of V.i'k Vi!
noon train rroui Cairo arrnen iu ne v-i'k v
Thlriyni ho'i r In ml.a
HTKor through ticket tud fi:m Infi.rm.i
pplT at liltbola CiDtral hailrosd lvii. C tii i
J. II. JUNfcS.Tlrau Ag.
4.B. fJANHON, Uti. I'm. Air . t mi -I
ProiMjoulai for Ity Printing
Orrii ao Car .' k- k
C k, hx.. A 1 ru I th l1
Mealed proposals mill b rnelv d at th' n1!
toftnee Ing 0) ibe city eouncU'l'iM'f'.ay Mi) l-1
(nr doing te cltv priii'lrg fi- th.i vi-' n
April & tit, i;si, raid hi indt Inc'nuV ih-- c
puhltshlng the c inncll ptorwilnij. onl t
and Botlce of all kind lu.trcj by auv n'y
or by order of the citv council, al 1. ti'l .;i-i 1
eaament cotice made J y t ofuiiiitiiiiir w I:
appointed by the city ronnrll or conn- rom
food and ufflc Dt bond uiu.l ac oiiii inv
The right to reject any and nil b d n wviv! 1
iy. i. t . r i.bv , 1 y 1 1
N'otiou to "'ontr ctora
OrritE ur C tit ci.kus
C'imi, ill.. Auni
twaled prorosa's l iHr.-re v d t th n
to meetlDir of the cltv emnicl Vu Ui. IKSt
DlablUKaucb la, br it the C ly ay r ''i:n-1-j
year eniliDg April J lb, ISil. Slid .um uT lul
good and aoaud while or uu-r on-., v li'iu nr (
Dine or err mi aud frrc fn.m rr.;i or nniiiirnl .
and of aucb d mention a m t l n 'in I.
be delltured lu urU nuanut al m d nnu ii
place wiUiln ihe rorpotatu linil'f a. ilm f"'
tee 011 trreis may dir. e-. A E"od and mil:;
bond moat arcon.peny bi ' 1 lie rU'ht to r
any and ail bids n eerred hv 'he '
U. J. V LhV. City Cle
'I'o ContrMOto-aarnl Huilli-r
nrr ra or Tim
Wioows so Oni HASft Mt ti Air. t-. i it
Tha ULderalgnvd ill twelve avalrd i r..;
toSo'clotk P. M , on tatnrday th esih m
for the fnrnlshlnn of malt-rial oi.d I ,Urr fr )
In 1 ia ofc- for thl rtocletv.
bt d will be entertained .-prra!Ll. furtlit-11
icrwnrs, aiininnn, nrir.ayn , riu'i-r hi
ftlmtrhed. We renervc the ru I11 i" r.J.n t ot
alibis. Placs aud speciflcatioiui niay I.e.
The bid will he opened al the odl e on :
day Difh' the Alb iual at b o'c'cM-k rha'p A
ders are respectfully Invited 10 he pr f-ni.
.1. s Mc'.AIIEY.
; ' J. II. HOitl S M.S.
' " J. A. GO. I.-TINK,
K If. BA.KII.
Caiso, April 17th, ISul. liatldliiK Coumii1
Nelson County Whisky,
137 OHIO l.KVKKJ
lk. a. surra.
SMITH BROS' I
Grand Central St(ii
OAIJiO. - - 11
fJvVLLIDAY RROTHK!: -
' ' ,"'- (! AlHo', ILLINOIS.
(Wi mission Merits. ?.:!'
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Vl.Ol!IT, OTiATN AM) ii A i
HlirhtwtCkwb PH' PM lor 'H'
PROPRIETOR OK SPHOAT'H 17. il .j
ICK BVTHKCAH LOAD Oil TN, VVK
PACKED FOR SllUTlNu
'tr IQadri a LSpociMlt.v
Cor. Twelfth Street nnd Leu-
1, ,, CAIRO, ILLINO.