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.PURE CREAM TARTAR.
SIOOO. Given , ,
If alum or uny ItiJurloiisMilftwnwscuii u& found
In Andrews' Pearl Baking Powder. Is pos
tively PUKE. Jii-iw eittlorsiil, and testimonial
rc.eivcd Iroiu sin !i elii'ini.-ts astj. liana Hays, lies
ton; M. IVlufonmine, of Chicago: and Oustavui
iJodo, Milwaukee Never sold in bull:,
C. E. ANDREWS A. CO.
CTTXCAGO, M III WAD KEE,
if. MiidiilTHii v 00" '."" ' 'in ' Yf.t... ,
rtr riwK'it in warranted su.U8-
fact ry to iti wearer iann n;
cr the money will bo rotunded ly
the portion finru whom it v a bourbt.
Th("n!y'"'ict pr.inou-.wt hy our left'ltnf rl'T'lctsra
nut Inliirt u I ) the wearer, audi ikIiMmi! 1) l.iilies a
lh "iiii.cun,turililo ami Jv i If ct llttii.g corket ever
n"Ja rniCF.'i.hy Mull, I'otue l'ntill
Ilrnlth Preserving. 1.60. Klf-Ai'iMlng, I 80
Ahilimilnul (cilrn hmvj) il.CO. Nuralut, 1.&0
Ilialth Preset vl.- 'tltie out!l 00. 1'axacou
Far ele r l'""'" HeteU I) alt r erwl.e.
ClUC VtiO -t V Co.. bloagu, 111.
HAS BEEN PROVED
ThoC'JSCST CURE for
Dora a 1ss.o Link or (LjordTod urine tndl-
L... .....iiiiiMi-if TTTTTM DO t;QT
HX3I7A1I!; udo lliuicy-Wort ct oneo. (drug.
'fists rooonraeaai.issu n w..ir.?ccuiT '
I t4 wcskncsK-s, rj dTiry- Won u uuflurpiuuod,
u It wi'.l octrronipt.y and eafcly.
hrioi: t'.v.-t error? t'.c-ponitj, ar.ddu'.l dncsing
a. : v"
I liiiv,; pri'ncriljfd li dui Wort illi vtuv o K T
unicK- In h ,:iir or mo u'uu-tlu ti; rjni of Kid
oev mill l-lier Troihf, n -,i f r tciiulo w- k
liOM --I liilip 0 Hu um. M . D . .tonMon, Vt,
" Vy wife him lii'cn lunch iiENxriTru romlhi'Ufo
of Ki liif V ort sin- h hi iUi"v hikI oih-r cum
piiiil." u rili e to Iiuv. A li. Cult man, Fujette
y li,-. Turn .
IS A SURE CURE
for all diseases of the Kidneys end
Til.M.nMlfl.., Annn tills mrittt iTnTvntunC IL
crpan, enfcDilUtf it to uirow oa vjr;.tui7 iu
Inacuon, Wimiilimng iliO nciuuiy corouuaui
tio SUe, and by keuyr Ui bywcli la fru
coTwUtion, elfccuna iu rceular dlsuliarg.
EL'S ill ltyoureuuoriujrrotn
r bDloiu, dyrppUo, orconaUpattd, Kidney'
WOlt Will lumj TvliVVV HU ijuiuai wimu.
our uliould tiika a thorough oourno of it,
li. Kfli nnv DRUCCISTS, Prlctl.
"I biu liv nil a vurn'.j of t' vlrln.-o liid'icv
Wn i. I iilf r,! i iin; . i u'i:,y ..nu J v, r d;i ir
dcr lTO' mu mi -,nc. it Ntv.L", wpriu-t.v:d,
e FOR THE PERMANENT CURE
ITo othir dlwuio U ao praTalrat in tM ocna- ,ii
tiyaiCorr.liaUan, :id rcaiodykka cri-o-mik-t
t:-i e-;koraua JCdaey-Wort M r
t r;ra YvTitttccrUi&causlh0Wi:Trt,obtjate1 C
Ui " t'-'! ToajoilywlUeTercjatlt.
COl r;r Pf. diit.-c.ulr. com-
o r iZmimi Col" la very 0P i lx
f ooinrjlJmtod riUiCoiin.paUon. J"Jd:.cy-V.'or.
r.ltrt!a--Ji(!r. tho wcaUcnid,.artra.id nuieltjr
c cure a. i kit.cjoi -..r rvo.i a i-Mi
modK-LLici have h-fcre tallrd. c
$ U- tTIf ycuhe either of t!ir. twril'
f '""i i'kli " i i' i.triu. I in Kliinsr-
'.V r i i - C i-nr.- , y Vt m:r Knri!i. '
D-. I'hibpC Bn luu, Moriun, Vt. Arr i 81
THc GREAT CURE
I rs n ti n s a
II II u u
A it U f ir aU t Mi.'U d.uiruH: of the
KIDWEYCUVwft ArO EOWCLE.
only u:e virua or J.Justi'ni t. i r .'Mm
TllOU::-PJI". re r r r fi
of lh IlT-.; i.f tr.-!!.W .wmm1
Lave been riulcVy rrUvtd.mut l.ii.uai-lU.u
refer, !. n iimou m:v, kid i icaciiTS
It- . i !" r.l tvii-L
VP f J- ft At J
u .1 " a .el i i i" n'"it mi ki 111' oihu, I I t
and r-'i nin itn." wr i' Mr. A. in rr, n Time
?.'' Mdi fl ..rid. ' i 1 1 1 I W.ik i rjltr.il tK'il .).
Vn i " cip r -, 'ii-lik'ut l. .U'aliu, r.aunc'il
Mr. Burr's ulrutditr.
ak pm -x wwk made at f.uoie by 'ha ltidu.
V ' I ir'"M". "'" n"'" ll,,w ' ",H
V til.li'. capital not needed. We
fa) wlbtiart tii Men. woiinin. bum
TT and ti'rli. wmiii d evi-rvwtiD f 'O work
furtM Nint i- tli lime Ynll ont)
wotk In pf i" time nr oivn nur w iinio lime to Hie
b i n-a. No oilier bu. Inn will si iira'ly
well So hi O 'hii fu l in ill ike einemniia pay,
by eiiifaii'luu at oiire. Cn w eielltniid Ijrm" frtifl
Mnimv tnade iS'l. t-n i ly , and hiui,,rliy, Aildruai
XUl'K C0., AUk'UtU.oiaiuv.
P Mil l imn,
PlHRICBSI.! Jot. I OruRgHts 8wllJ
1)1(1 yon know I oirnio to mict you In the nlijht,
I'.L.m.. I...W. ... ,1..
Wlific the tull ti-iM'9 in tin cold uncertain lliirlit
iji'i'Konpa nic ppni.vr
T)id yuu knnw 1 Blond ibero, lovo,
Wlieii) the iar (rl'''"'d thick ubova,
And nil tin hi m unci all bi'lou
Lay tho nuiDiUlit, m lilii' uk miow;
And a f.Ili-iiro (loudly si I II.
H.cMit fd the very air to fill,
Only tliminfh tho uiynllc buKh of thl. our try st
Tlio lovo Unit binds ua two, lulls loiitl(udu of
Wuldiod with me rdiwri)) ?
Did ymi, fur awny, through all those luaguoa
So vt'ry Mill mill iKib.olP" wiw tho plttco,
The M'i'o leavi'it tulllnir,
Filllinir from Hie liriiiM.-hi barfl,
Knliliiirlhroiijrli tlm trnnt.liK'ked air,
Viillinif lo their iiioldcrlnir bod,
lJi'ml tilings ni'..iliii(f to tho dead,
Almoft wmwl to start to Round
The hushed world that slept around:
All wa.s dumb on curth, and sky, and Sold, and
Vet mv spirit called upon you through the spell
Did you hour mo, did you answer mo, mlno
To outwnrd seemlnfr,
Thin f ili It bond wo wovo for us alone,
This union toomlng
With the vivid tiro of youth,
Wiih i lie Rieaitiiiht soul of truth,
With thi-powftr to enduro
While lite is love ami faith Is sure.
Is a thing m viiir ue anl wild
As tho fancies of a child.
Yot, my ibirllug, In tho midnight standing
In the pow er love has lent and londs us only,
I trust our dreaming.
All tho Tear Hound.
HIS FACETS MAD.
'I was down to the dnijr storo this
morniui;, and saw your ma buying a lot
of covin plaster, enough to make a Hhirt,
I should tliiuk. What's she doing with
so much court plaster," asked the gro
cery man of the had ooy, as ho came In
and pulled off hjs boots" by the stove and
emptied out a lot of buow, that hail col
lot'led as he walked through a drift, on
the hearth, which melted and niado a
"O, I guess she is going to patch pa
up ho ho will hold water. Pa's temper
got him into tho worst mH3 you ever
see, last night. If that museum was
here now They would hire pa and ex
hibit him as the tattooed man. I tellvou,
I have got too old to be mauled as
though I was a kid, and any man who
attacks me from this out, wants to have
his peace made with tho insurance com
panics, and know that his callin? and
election is sure, because I am' a bad
man, and don't you forget it." And the
boy pulled on his boots and looked so
ero:ss and desperate that the grocery
man asked him if he wouldn't try a lit
tle new cider.
' "Good heavens," said tho grocery
man. as the boy swallowed the cider,
and his face resumed its natural look,
and the piratical frown disappeared
with the cider. "You have not stabbed
your father, have you? I have feared
that one thing would bring on another,
with you, amt that you would yet be
"Xaw, I hi-en't stabbed him. It was
another eat, that .stabbed him. You see
pa wants me to do all the work around
tlic'hoicio. The other day he bought a
load of kindling wood, and told me to
carrv it into tho basement. I have not
been educated up to kiudling wood, and.
ilHln t do it. hen supper time
came, nun pa fund that l Had not car
ried in the kindling wood, he had a hot
box, tuid lie told me if that wood was
not in when he came back from the
lodge, that he would warm my jacket.
Well, I tried to hire some oneto carry
it in, and got a man to promise toconio
in the morning and carrv it in and take
his pay in groceries, and I was going to
inly tin; groceries uero and have them
charged to pa. But that wouldn't help
mu out that night. I knew when pa came
home he would search for me. So I
slept in the buck hall on a cot. But I
didn't want pa to have all his trouble
for nothing, so I borrowed an old torn
cat that my chum's old ma's aunt owns,
and put the cat in my bed. I thought
if pa came in my room after mo, and
found that by his uukindness that I had
changed to a torn cat, he would be sorry.
That is the biggest cat you over see, and
tlie worst tighter in our ward. It isn't
afraid of anything, and can whip a New
Foundland dog quicker than you could
put s:ind in a barrel of sugar. Well,
about eleven o'clock I heard pa tumble
over tho kindling wood, and I know by
tho remark he made, as the wood slid
around under him, that there was going
to be a cat fight real quick. Ho como
up to iiu's room, and sounded ma as to
whether IKuuery had mired to Lis
virtuous couch. Pa i awful iarcaMio.
when lie tries to be. I could hear Lim
take off his clotl.eB, Rbd hear him hav,
as l,e pi.ki d up a trubk strap. -J gues
1 w in go uti to hit room ua J watch tho
tujil on liia fu.ee, at, Le dreams of
fuj.ls. I yearn to preos him to mv
U'.biny hoiioiu.' J thought to myself,
ilk Vie won't yearn k much direct-
h. lie come up suurs, and J could bear
i. iiu I'iVi-.'liihg hard. 1 looked out
irout;d the oruer iiud could bee he juut
l a I oti 1.1 blurt and pnuis, aud his sus
j.( rr.U'i v.- re longing djwu, and his
Vald liehd t-'iojie I ke a calcium light
ju-t btiWe h explode. Pa went In mv
room, and up to tho bed, and I could
hear him bay, 'Como out hero and
bring In that kindlinir wood, or I will
etart a lire on your base burner with
thw strap.' And then there was a
yowling such as I never heard before,
and pa said, 'Helen Blaze,' and the fur
nituro in my room be? on to fall around
und break. (), my! I think pa took
the toni cat riiht by tho neck, the way
he doe me, and that left all tho cat's
Ki free to gel in their work. By the
way t'ie cat iUalled as though it was
Icing clinked, 1 kuow pa bad himby tho
'!:. I snp)oii the cat thought pa was
a wh..,) iioek of New Fuutnllaud docs,
iii Ihe eat i;i fl ,Vcord on dogs, and It
- . ......,,,,,. a u b Dim i, was no pro-
ee i.m at Ml in a cat tight, and the cat
jus walked nil around pa's Mnmaeh,
""'J ele, 'poll,.,. ' U( .f...., .
'Iliril (HI tin? huse.' nnil 1,.. ,...ll.l
und Inecat vovvled. If pahnd had pre:
tee m mum cnoii!;!, t luivo dropped
he eat r rolled it up In the iniiurn.
t would have been ull right, but a man
dwnv a p-t s rattled In time of danger,
' -eld onto ti, ,nt ,,, Htne,
.mi Malrs yelling lnill,l(,V) nn,i h t
'in ng up . I gues,n,a's nighl-eup
ne'llnng f,tflU,n(.d Ulu ,;iUo ,
Moie, ciiiHn..1.l)l,ed u (,ntho night
blur with one hi, f, nill, m'
pa stumbled ;n aliainl.Medlhatv3on
..' hlniri, and they nil fell down, nnd
the cat got away ftn, W(.llt down (1 ,
coal bin and yowled ttll ght. Pa ud
CA1K0 BOTXBT1N': 'WEDNESDAY MOi'.ttlNl?, MARCH 7, HIS.
ma went Into their room, and I guen
they nnnolnted theniMelves with vase
lino, and Pond's extract, and I went and
got into my bd, causo it was cold out
in t ho hall, and the ent hvd wanned my
bed as well asit had warmed pa. It was ,
all I could do to go to sleep, with pa and
ma talking all night, and this morning
I came down the back stairs, and hav
en't been to breakfast, cause I don't
want to see pa when he is vexed. You
let the man tnat carries In tho kindling
wood have six shillings worth of gro
ceries, and chargo them to pa. I have
jiassed the .kindling wood period in a
boy's life, and have arrived at the coal
period. I will carry In coal, but I draw
the line at kiudling wood."
'Well, you are a cruel, bad boy,"
said the grocery man, as he went to the
book and charged the six shillings.
"0, I don't know. I think pa is cruel.
A man who will take a poor kitty by the
neck, that hasn't done any haim," and
tries to chastise the poor thing with a
trunk strap, ought to bo looked after by
tho humane society. And if it is cruel
to take a cat by the neck, how much
more cruel Is It to take a boy by tho
neck, that had diptherla only a few
years ngo, and whose throat is tender.
Say, I guess I will accept your invita
tion to take breakfast with you," and
the bov cut off a piece of bologna and
helped" himself to the crackers, and
while the grocery man was out shovel
ing off the snow from the sidewalk, tho
boy filled his pockets with raisins and
loaf sugar, and then went out to watch
the man carry in his kindling wood.
An amateur theatrical performance
was given in Austin not loug sinco, anil
the hero stabs young Muggins, who is
a drendfully poor aetor, in the last act,
and kills him -fatally, of course.
Just before tho performance began,
the hero examined his trusty blade, and
"Muggins, I've a great notion to kill
you iu sober earnest before the per
"To prevent you from spoiling the ef
fect of the play by the tizzle you make
of dying in the" las"t act."
An Austin youth has b.?en paying his
addresses to a young lady, under the
impression that she was wealthy. Fin
ally she told him promptly that the
bank had failed, aud that sho was pen
niless, after which his attention slack
ened up. A few days ago she said to
"Dear George, it seems to me that
since you found out I am only a poor
girl you have ceased to love me."
"You dou't say so!" rejoined the can
did youth; "do you know that the very
same idea has occurred to rue?"
NO PROOF REQUIRED.
Branch Covington was tried yester
day and acquitted of having slandered
A, C. Chapin, a prominent Austin law
yer. Chnpin enjoys the reputation of
being tricky, hence the jury did not hes
itate to acquit Covington who had
merely stated that lawyer Chapin was a
scoundrel. Quite an amusing incident
occurred during the trial. One of tho
witnesses, who was being cross-examined
by Chapin himself, was asked if he
heard Covington say that be, lawyer
Chnpin, was a scoundrel.
"1 did hear him say to a crowd of ten
or fifteen persons that you were a
scoundrel, and he offered to prove it."
"What did you sav?"
"I said, anil all tlie rest of us said,
that he need not prove it, as we all knew
he was telling the truth when ho said
you were a scoundrel."
Jacob Block is an Israelite, and a
distant relative of Mose Schnumberg.
Jacob Rlock has a son called Levy, who
rosembles him very much. Young Block
was traveling on tlie cars when a per
fect stranger seized him by the hand
"Are you not the son of my old friend,
Mr. Block, of Austin?"
Block replied that ho wa9,
"I knew it. I knew It tho moment I
laid my eyes on you from your resem
blance to your father. You have tho
same features and shaped head. In
fact, when I saw you I thought I was
looking at th"e original blockhead.'!
-Texas Sif tings.
Fashion's Last Freak.
New York society, so it is written has
iecided that when agentlemannud lady
meet on the street the one who first sees
the other should bow. The old rule that
the gentleman should wait for the recog
nition of the lady, is declared obsolete.
I'hi lady, however, still retains the priv
ilege of not noticing the gentleman if
Le feds hi inclined, that is,' after he has
Uken off his lint, she may cut him if she
wants to. Well, perhaps it Is the best
plan. Under tho old usage, the gentle
man could never be satisfied when a
lady puMed him without recognition
whether she intended a cut ormcrclydid
not si.e him. Bv tills improvement ho
will l left in no" sort of doubt. Still, It
must be jolly, after bowing, to havo the
fair d.wu'j pa-: on with a blank etaro,
especially if a crowd of fellows are look
ing, Hiid that would be certain to bo tho
Ihe colored population In tho South
has increased about iiO.ljoO jn tweuty
THE GREAT GERMAN
Itallpvea unit ciirn
II fl PA I'll l 1 OOTII AtlIK,
SorencH, CuU, tlruliei,
IU IIS. M AI lll,
And all oilier linihiy nchra
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Hi,i, hy an Imiiimt and
Pi'Mem, Mrci'iium lu n
Tht Charlei A. Vogtler Co.
iIkhwik, .vimr.ua sen.)
Ha.lt I wttro, mi., . h. a.
ll jjH HIIIUIUIIIIIIIIIIUl'
!; U'J I
I j l hliltriuswHmililltll1 II
A rOH'TIVK CCUB
Catarrh and Hay
i- suv .ru Jl.
COI.D IN Till Rt AO.
HailiM h A lleiifneas
r an kind of biiicus
ne mhranal Irrlta'.lopa,
liifliimej and rough
urfacea A prepara
tion of audoulited
merit, v Apply by tho
little fljgi-r in t.i tho
noi-trlle. It wilt he
s rrlf fin nnruen, unecviauy
MHl rCVCKcl0"1p a
n " parages of ratarrba)
vt , raining healthy i. r.ret oua. It allays In
flammation, p-oti-cUtbo mombrand linings of the
bind frntn adilltlunl colds, completely hosts tb
ios and restores the venae of taste and smell.
loncHclil rerulis aru realised by a tew applica
tions. A THOUOUGII TREATMENT WILL CUFKI
Cream U dm ha aluudao enviable teputattnn
wher. ver known ; displacing all otber ' reparation.
Send furclrru ar coal t lug fall li.lormailon and
reliable t Ktlmonliila. Br mall, prepaid. 50 cents
a package attmpa received. Hold by all whole
sale t-nd retail druggists.
ELY'SCUUAM BALMC0.,0w6K0, N. T.
Who Trant glossy, luxuriant
and wavy trcsscsof abundant,
beautiful Hair must use
LYON'S KAT1LUR0N. This
eleeant, cheap article always
makes the Hair crow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ness, removes dandruff auU
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair i the sure
result of using Kathaircm.
JAIJJDAY BROTH K
rilK;, It iluib.
YliWfi (tRAIN AND HAY
yptian Flouring 3! ills
HiirbcKf Ctwb PrW Paid f"v Whflt.
K CITY NATIONAL BANK.
.1 OHIO I.KVKK.
A (ieneral Banking bimiueHS
TIIOS. W. IIAIJ.IIJAY.
pNTKKITUSR SAVING IiANh.
Of Cairo, .
KXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
THOri. W. HALMDAY
PHOPHIETOR OP 8PROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesulo Dealer In lue.
IC.e. I'Y THKCAJl LOAD OR TON.WKM
? 4 ( !KED FOR 8HIPPIN0
fu.v I.oadfl a SpoMaltv.
(Vr, Twelfth Street and Lvee,
Clrealt Conrt of Alox-
sudor county. Inchan-
Cootity of Alexantlnr cory.
wil l aiaua ferims
UcorT T. Jackson and Arra Jackson.
Public not'cf Is hereby given, that, in pnrsnancs
nf a decree msde and entered by said court In the
ah' ve entitled cvjuc, on the iH.b day nflictobi-r,
A li. ISsj. 1, Alt'iau'ler H. Irvln. rn ixtei in cImo
crryol the said cir ull cunrtof Alextnder teuniy,
w 'II, on
KiiNESI)AY, TIIK MTil UAT OF MAKCH,
1a. ui the hour of II o'oock lu the
forenoon. at the southwesterly duet
of thermit house, in the city ot t'al o, conniv of
t. I nil' r, and state of II In old. anil at publl. sue
titiii i tint highest and brat bidder, fur r.i'b.all
a 'id, hIii. ,r, ihe fnllowijgiler.rlbd premlei s aud
nil t'MBte in said decree mentioned, aims' I m- id
cuJity of A I'xiiiiKr snd sate nf Illtti'ils,
c.'.ci mt:c'j thereof us shnl bu sufficient t-is't'sfy
said decree, tn-wltt Suiitlieant quarter nf the
Dilhot (iiartirnf er.lionNo. rum (4). in town
ship No. n'venini n (171, south and In rangetwo
t). w.'t or the third t. hid! si mereidan
Uuted, Cairo, III., March 5th, JSS3
A I, EX. n.lRVIN,
Master In Chancery.
8. P. Wbeoler, l omplalnaut's Solicitor.
rA PL'Ht'HASER'8 NOTICE.
To1h(mvi Marialn or anr othnr parson rr per
anna I terealeil:
Von are hereby not 'fled tha' at a snlo ot real ea.
tine, tn the cimniy ef Al xsnili r aud statu ol Ull
li . da, held hy i be ruiiiuy culleclor of said cnuntv,
al Ihe .oil'livealcriy dmir of the court house III the
ill,' el Calf u, III aaid .onntv aud elate, tin ihoU.'nd
day ol .Juno. A I) 1M. K. A. liunielt pnr
rh ''d tha lollnwlntrdi scribed real ealate stuat''d
In the oniiii'v of Alexander and alato of Illinois, lor
tho te due and unpaid tlieraon ftir tb i year A.
i Uwi.Tngei her with penaltlea sndctsatd real
octHly being taxed In the mum ol Tboiiiaa Mar
tain, ln.ll Tbn n'T'liwei-t quur'er of section
nnm'ieind twetiiy sight ii!i In township num'ier d
sUteen (IH), soiill, ran m two (3). wast of tha 3rd
V M ., con ainliig 10 1 urn s: tbnt laid K, A. Bur
nett nn tha an d y of February, A. U IWi, as
a gned blaci rtlilc In nf tutchnsuto said land to
tha iinders'giied and tha' tha lime allowed by law
for tho redemption of said real ett8 will expire
on tilt) Silud dav of June, A D 1SH.1.
OnBAMim OKKRSI KY,
Cairo, Ull., Ma cb 6th, ISM.
PORT GKAFE WLNE
s S -Nja AftzytZ ay n
Spkeb's Port Qkape Wne !
four years old.
THIS I'KLBBItATKD NAI'IVK WINE t ma-ls
from the Julco of the Oporto Orape, raised In
this county. Its Invaluable tonic snd strength
ening properties are uusurpsssed bv any other
Native Wine. I) Ing the pure Juice of Ue (irapu,
produced under Mr. Sneer's own personal snpervi
ton, tie purity and gennlnt neas, are guaranteed.
Tbi vonni-st child m y partak- of Ita nermis
qualities, and Ibe wettke t Invalid ue It to advan
tage it Is particulsrlvboneflilsl to the aged and
debilitated, and niiiti d to tha tarioua ailment that
affuct tbu weaker sex. It lslneterj resuuet A
WISE TO BE It K I I E 1 ON.
Spet'r'.- P. J. Slierry.
Tha l' J. SIIKKKV la a wine of Snper'or Char
actersnd aritkeaof the rich qual tle nfh grape
from wb'cn It. is made Kor l'urlly, Hli-hnem, Ha
vo and Medicinal Properties, it will ho ouud un
Sneer's P J. IJrandv.
This hilANDV .lands unrivaled In this Country
belngfar superior for mi'dlrlnsl purposes. It l a
puredisiHIatlon fro the gruiie. and eon'sln vnb
aahle medicinal priijieriles. It has a dollrate Ma
vor. aim lart-i (hat of Ihe zrajies, from which H l
distilled, utid is iti great, fav.ir among flr't-rlasa
famllls. Cue that the sirn.ture of AI.FltKD
8PKKR, raralc. : Jisovcrthu cork of a-,h
ssold Uy PAUL SC1IUH
ASU BY iiKC'i HSTS EVKRTWJ1 -.R8.
ARE OF EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE.
Sot l SINGLE INSTANCE ON RE' OUD In the
past i5 years t hi ru one of
Un been broken open by btrglars and roh'xii.
Hall's Standard Patent Fire-Proof
Have NEVER FAILED to
rjlE8 lVE their ('OX
It ts a well-known fact tha' there Is NO SAFE
Btadoin the wor d I A T O I V K At Ull EAT bE-
CCUIl'Y AS 'i HE HAL SAFE.
They always prot ct tuelr coutents .
Persons hiivimr Valuables bhoulil not
be without a Hall's Safa.
Hall's Safe & Lock Co.
J08KPII L. IIALIJf PrpnidPnt.
CINCINNATI, NEW YORK, CHICAGO.
LOUISVILLE, SAN FhMNCISCO,
HT. LOL'IS, CLEVELAND.
PUIS C. HERBERT,
AND GAS FITTERS,
DRIVK WELLS, FORCE ND
LIFT PUMPS FI'ltNlsHKn AND PUT
UP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, (JAS FIX.
Of ll kind. lurnlhed lo order, old fix t n res re
brnnjicd; jo'thliig pr in jstly atteuded to. Order
received at Daniel lla nnan's or ot thu sho.
COMMKKCIAL AVHM'E IlETWECN
NINETI1 AND TENTH STREETS,
CAIItO .... II.I.K.
' FISH BEOS. 8& 0.,
WH MAKE BVEKY VARIETY OP
Farm, Freight and Spring W agons,
And hy eontlnlturoiirsolvcs strictly to nne class of w,n!:t hy 1'mpltiylng lion" but. the Xli-Mt
of WOHKUIiiN, using nothing but F1UST-CLASU I.MI'HOV ..H .MACIIIN liUY and tho VKitx
BEST of hELi'.CTEI) TiMI)i.lt, uml hy a TUOUol'llll ENoWLlilJOE of tho bUHlucss, wo bavt
Justly earnod tho roputution of making
"THE BEST WAGOFJ OU WHEELS."
Manufacturers Imvo ahollshnd tho warranty, but Agents limy, on Ihnlrown responsibility, glvs
the followlu; wnrruiity with each wagon, If so agroail I '
We Hereby Wiirnint tho FISH BllOa. WAOON No ..to b woll nm.l" I" ovnry par'lo.
iilaraud ol good material, and that the strongih of thn'siinitj lssuflclot.t for all wr k will fair
nsago. Should any b'aakauo occur within one yttar fimu this tl.tto by reiim of drfrrilva tnaicrlal
or workniiitiBhl p. repairs for tho same will be furnished at place of suln, f roe of cliar,r. or Itra
prloo of anbl repairs. a poragenl'a prlca list will bn imld lu cosh by llio purchusor producing ft
aaniplo of tho brokeu or defective parts sn evldenoo.
KnowliiR wa can suit von, we solicit natronaga frntn syary tl'm of tha Unltod Btutat, Bend
taMMril Terms, Jte.W fn iW ,iMlllc, WU.
Cliy Oitiei re
iayor--N . II. Thistlewood.
rrewiarvr T J . Ki rth.
I I' IK-lli DiH' J, 1 wlev.
Counselor" VI m. II. ubliert,
jUmbi'.l I.. 11. Mi')i-re,
'.tiofl.ey William Uei:drl' ls.
a'lAiui or ii r-Aimra
Kirel Wai.i Win. lie lluliv T. V. Kimh-oui'li
Sfi oud Ward-J .e lln,kli., (!. .S, Hugh, ..
Third Ward li. I', lllaKu, John Wood.
Fourth Word-CLotim 0. I'atiur, Adoiph
fifth Wtrd T. W. lUlltdtV, Ernrst H, Pettlt.
Circuit Jiid'je ll. .1. linker.
Circuit Work A. II. irvin.
I'ounly Jud;- J. II. I ohluaon.
Coumy Ui.ik ri.J. Jluii.iu.
County Altoiiiey J. M. 1'uinron.
County Tn aaurcr Jil. s W, l'trner.
(iberill Jobu HortiMS.
Corouer K. hit.;;i raid
County Commlra'.on :jt T. W. Ilnl.'ld iy,
MulcaheyuuU IV.i r .a..,i.
CUntOUAl'riSr.-'.'orjr TumUi hi.C
t aim-is; pivacli.na tltetaitj ttiifj S.
.ach u.outU. 11 a. iu. a 'il 7: 1'; . in ; pray r uiee
ug luurr-jay, 7:;.ip, in : bu.nla. -ri,-,.,i, t:.,u a. ml
he v. A . .1. ' I..) 3 I'm lor.
pliniCH OF TUB KI'.IH 'EMK'K-i.Kjuaci.p
j Kuurteer in treti IxwUy 7 :nt a in.. Un
(!ob niunion lo:a. tu., . I r.-n-i I) a. n
Bui'dxy tiiii.w. 8 p. ra.,kv. r
Y. V uaveupori, ti. T. 11. !(
; 1'rcyers J ;i p.li!
ol at 7'S" p. liev. T. ' fnife
!.' I '.II-K AN -Tuif w
.H'.l l'i . i ui r
, it-rvv e
."I 'I p rr,.
nr.l tt'a i,t streets
m. mid 7 . ki p. in
tillilu, r i.ii.ir.: ,it .ti.iu .
i'.cv. J. A. Rem rtf.
1i-k"1 -li:: an - Kii-bti,
I; prear.i.liig o'
1 r...l Ml, j.1 1
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'iii. tll.t' .', i'.' i.:" '.ay ' ,:.!((. lii. ; jui.d..y erl,w
.lap. ai. Ilev e. 1 1 i"r .'. , .irt r.
J l.Jufti'.i e- ilu ti, lalx'iltc.1 l ""nr " rm
.7 and w;'i!i f n if; -v r H.hi.aik Ili:;.,
r.t M;t day .''.hi. ,i ar : t ; W; -r l o. m : "crj
'tct'avery J'.; ilia ra. Key I) liiua, I'U-it.
i'All'1. i!-...:i.i i ,, :r ; ( 1 1 r.n.-Mi th
' ' at..l A an. !.;!,, I. Heui.r; H'l'.i' ii Mtb
fl' n b a: d l'i a. m. ; i'l'ip. r : . ; fi n.-it-.y i-vum-H,
' P- "I. "r,u- avrv at , n. K, v. .Vi.wlrlsuii,
K. K. TliiKaiib ATfAIKO.
ILLINOIS CKN riiAL It. II.
Tut : ta t.ci'A : T. tia.ena
-V.i i a. (vs. m I I UI1 4:i-j a.ri
' 1' -mu 'n an 'iti 11:11 a.i . l.li r" 11 :10 a. is
K.-.pri' J):jO j ui I .Vr.niiiilaiiiiM .1 l' i in
C. St. L. .t N. t). It. K. (Jaiksou II 'nt, ),
r V nil . . 4 4 ' a m j t Vnil . 4.S 'p ru
Eipres l":;Oa m I t.ipn ,u j ro
tAi 'nioilati. n S TO p in
SI'. I., .i !'. is. It (Sar.,.w 0iUe )
Kiprta- 8:1ft a.ai r.'j;r- 4 :?A p.m
AiCi'dt'diUuri. I :ii i 'ACi cia'dailuL 'l :4o a tn
HT. I. , I M AS It. 1(
Exprt'ss lo:r;i;i m Lx j,r.. i i u to
WAHASli, ST l.HI'lx l'Ai.inf It'V CO
Vail Ka .... r..iO t.m ' "M ill Jt K.... :-.o m
Ki-rom'iUioii t:0 ii i', I A-'iM-i'tlaledi 1" 3 1 a.m
FieigM .. ..7:4 , t m. Freight 0 f. p.m.
Ua. ly nci'i t naie'.ay. J:.y.
M 1P.ILK A OIlli) 0 !!
Mall ..A:ii a. m. I Sla,i ..........8:10 p, m.
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS KL'N AS FOLL'-AVi.
oi anu Arre.i suiinr. nurnaia si I,
FlprcMiii! M ill !e,fe t'alro, rvr div
tir iiay. ai B.11 a in A'r.v . at J jat M.
3:j.'p. m Arriv.js al Cairo at 4. d p in
ACiiirri nrxlathin nirives al 1! :1 1 a. m. and
part" at I :u p. m.
LLiNOKS CE.V'i KAL li. R.
s 1 1 ll 1 1 1 a sr.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Lino liuimini'
Making Dikkct Connection
Tiuins I.sivs Caiiio:
.O.j t in. M rti 1,
Arriving In ' . Lonls :; a m . ( mi'-ilo. a v p m.j
Connuct g ai Odtuau'i kflinglivn lor Cincin
sail, L isviiio, In iiaimiioha Kiel 1 -. le Knit
Ll:) i ti.m. feit- I .on in n rut I'hleru
Itix Jill- e.
Arriving in Ht. Loula 7:ur . r,., a:.l cni'iii rt'ng
f ir sll points West
Ll SO p.m. Kit! KrrenM
FifHt. Louis ori'l t hics.'o, arriving at Si. I.ouls
to : ID p.m., and Chicago " .i : a id
3:fiO p.lil. CiiieiiiTutli ICxprnhM.
Arriving St Cli:clii.itl T;i) a.m.; Louisville C:'6
am.; Indlal aoll 4 1.1 it. Iii. I'usaeli,r. hy
this triiln n i'j the sfcuv. iiolnta 1 :j to :j(J
liOl'K!) in iii.iiini'e ol any oli.er ro'ite.
tVThsS.'ii p. m. etpres. has Pl'I.LM AN
"M.hKl'lN'li c.Ml Cairo to (. uc'.i.uatl, without
changes, mid Ibrough n'.e.ipt rs to M l.otus stul
''. h en, o.
l'(. liitnugh to Y.AU
witieiiit v delay
rntiaed bv h'inilav I n i :r. 'I'iie lii.tiirilnv alter
noon train froui Cairo arrive-, lu iaW Vo'k Slomlay
iiornlng at in ::!.",. Thlfl).."'r ln.iurs In sdvencfof
nv other ruutu.
IVFor tfirniiiih tlck"lahmi rnrther li. formation,
pplV al Illinois CViilral l!s;lf"'l l'i' ot. Cairn.
.1. It. JU.S" K, Tlrael Ag' tlt.
A, IT. HAfwON. 'Ian. I'a. Aei.rl. CMr.sgo