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And your jn-tltlnner further represent thAt tho Oil
Intjol the utrcctiliprcln'TC''' ft deMrllxiiI wan donoliT
tho nnthorlty of thoclly of Cilro) nml by haIiIau
thnrity A)icsmcnlii wero hi retoforo mado to collect
tho amount required to nompleto tho payment for
FAld iinprovdinontl but, by renaon of a ilcfodlvo
potrcr in tho city charter, or Informality In making
aald lornicr n-nesMnpntii, or by ronton of poino other
cniiNp, tho hiiIU cily lin.i been unnblo to collect from
paid fDrmorAtacMincnti! thoamount required tocom
pleto tho pnyment for eniil trcet'lillliiKlmiirovcincnt.
wherefore your petitioner, pumuanl to an net cntl.
tied "nn Ae.t tonmend nn net entitled 'an Ad to ro
ducotho charter of thocliyof Cnlto rnd tho several
acIh iimonilntoiy thereof Into ono And revise tho
Mine,' approved I'clrimry iifith, 1807," enacted by
tho peojilo .f '.o Btalo of IIIIiioIk rcptemnted In
Oeiier.il Ahm r hi , and Approveil Ke.bruAry Kilh, 1WJ.
has lllod thin, tu petition, nud hereby reiiuei'A ihat
jour honor will ..ppoint live discreet rcnldeiils nnd
freeholders nfi'.oclty of t'nlro na comtnlrsumerx,
wliono duly It h .11 be, In ncoordnnco with the provis
lon of tho nfon .nld Act, to determine (ho proportion,
ato Injuries and benefits wlilch may havo accrued by
renion of tho aforesaid itrcet tllilne to each separate
parcel of real estnto mentioned In thli petition; And
also to all such other real estate in the ully of Cairo,
and the additions to tho city of Clio, as in tho ell
inAtioaof aald commissioners may liaro been Injured
or bene fitted by reason of laid atreet filling iiiiproe
incuts; and that aald commissioners may perform
and fulfill their duty Id emry reipert, an the sumo la
made incumbent upon tkcm bylaw.
1 JOHN H. OIIRRI.T,
Mayor of tho City of Cairo.
Hnrinj; beta filed with the linn. David J. Halter, Judco
of the Alexander County Circuit Court, notico Is
hertby glten to All the owners of nny of such, real
eUto a is Ii. -i oneil in said petition, that tin nl
City of i r rn, I j Atturney, will, on Thursd. ho
J7tfi tiny ,f .' i. mry, 1870, appear boforo tin ud
L'orld J. II .k . u.Iko of said Circuit Court nn . .p.
ply forlliou; . . 'ment of firo Commissioners to d.
terinlnoti... n., . r- nnd jireportlonato benefits which
may Rceru" br i Hen of tho linprorementa 8(1 forth
In tnld pelilien to each tcparnle parcel of rcalestato
mentioned therein, nnd to such other real estato as
said Commit loucn may decide lo be Injured or hen
efllteJ; ami fr tho purtosnof innklnunn ascssmont
In eovr theuoitof mnkinff such Improrement.
JOHN 11R0WN, CKA Clerk.
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SEWING MACHINES).
ILLCOX k fIBBS
Silent MM V ax Billy,
SEWING U Machine I
IS THE 1JEST FOR FAMILY USE.
Will Htltch, Hpwi, Felf, TiicU, ,orl,
IIIiiiI. llrald. lutlt and Kmltrnliler
Ili itlitllnUy. It will, with tho FINfriTnccdlonnd
thread, run from porfect work on the finest Nainsook,
overthohcATicstbeaTcrclothnnd eowhldo, with NO
chnnfre of needle, thread or tension. It will use
coarau cotton, llnon, ailk and twine. It runs easier
faster And stiller tlmn Any other machine. It formsA
flat, ren and elastic teftin.dlflorliiB from ernry other
stitch, oach loop bcinu TWISTED by moans of
THE "ROTATING! HOOK,"
and drawlnRthe twist Into the goods, thus noourely
fastening every atltoh, ao that the seam will bear to bo
cut at frequent Intervals, nnd In that case even, the
seam is warranted not to rip In wear, and under
all clrcumstanecs to "surtiTo thowaahtub." Old,
worn out family garments, bosoms, panls, dresses,
Ac., hare been submitted to Committees at VAIItM
whero was tho OREATEflT COMPETITION, and to
this Hltlcli premiums hare been awarded for Its
suiprrlnrlly, lltirablllly, t.lnnllclty and
UAnpiu'nted dorlco prerents tho possibility of the
machine liclne run In tho wrong Uirectlen, or the
balance wheel ever wearing or touching the dress.
THE NEEDLE CANNOT HE SET WHONfl.
Thus avoiding thn ureal troublo of other machines,
NO BREAKING OK NEEDLES,
Thebladoof thoneedlo U loss than thrte-fiurthj
of an inch long, and is straight.
WRONO.
Anyone may aljiut them IN THE DARK. The
hem mav I of anv width. No other hemmer or fel
jer is liko this. It turns the hem on tho right or un
ucrsiuens you warn ii.
It will not drop Nlltclics), as the needle ii
always set right, tho blado abort and straight, doca
not vibrate, like longer onei. They aro
MANUFACTURED WITH MATHEMATICAL PRE
CISION.
Hence, each p.irt la interchangeable ani can be readi
lyreplaced -in case of accident. II will last a genera
ln. if properly cared for. Nono who has uiod It
can bo r.criuadrd to uso anv other.
Tho roundness, evenneas, durability and beauty f
iissmcu.
WERE NEVER EQUALED.
Its RAPIDITT, AU30LUTE STILLNESS. ,EASE
OK MOTION, narrowrcss and neatness of its HEM
and KELL were never npproacheil by any other
machine. .
The. PJlESS universally pronounce this tho REST
FAMILY HBW1NO MACHINE IN THE WORLD.
Whatever the merits of the other machines. It is no
disparagement to say the Wilcox A Glbln is worth,
for family use, doablo that of any otner ever offered
to the pii'llc.
It received the Oiilil MMlnl of tho American In.
stltute-tho FIILVT PREMIUM for
"THE REST HEWING MACHINE,"
at the great New England Fair tho Vermont Htato
Fair tho Pennsylvania Silato Fair Ike Indiana&tate
Falr-the W'KonelnritAto Fair the Michigan Htate
Fair tho Icnrt fctnte Fair and at over BUCnunty
Fairs thronihout tho West makingmoroFlrstPrem
lums than were taken by all other 8elng Machines
together in tho tamo time.
It is now the Great Leading Family ScttId?
Mnclilnc.
ALL OVER THE WORLD.
We lake other machines In exchange. We tell
Oil, Comix, Una. Twittaad Needles for every kind
of hiHlng Machine.
.turn In Wonted. Terms to Agents, descriptive
circular and specimens of work, sent free by mall, on
receipt of stamp, or had of
COltXELiL, IV A II D fc COMINGS,
GENERAL AGENTS,
l.tl Lako Street, Chicago, Itnois.
JJENisVVI AxN'IA I ENTItAMt. .
1 J 11 I. I? T It A K .
01 Mil. tliu Shortvit Ituutc to New York!
At I'lttttii'x ir uiu !rom tho Weotrun dlri'Cl to the
I'u.ou dejKit, w eie paxengera fur Harritburg, Haiti,
more, Washington, Philadelphia, New York, lloslon,
anl all the . hugland toMits, aru tiumferrvd lo
trains uf the
PJEXXSYIjVAXIA HAILKOAD.
lluy you ticaeta for New York, Philadelphia and all
point Eatt. vU the Pittsburg, rort Wayne A Chicago
ana tho Penw 'Ivunhi Central Railroad. Tho trulna ot
iTl I. I X O I H C E X T It A L
make cloo cocneetiona at JIatfoon and Chicago ; and
tho entire trip to New Tork is miulo with ouly two
changes of cult.
Klet;uut U'ldo PiuMviiKer Carn,
-with-
Knlard ftoofa nnlprovvd Neatal
These cars aro thorough!) ventilated and provided
witli cvety tncnleni impruve.ucut ncvtMry to tho
safety and comfort of travelers
iST.iTE-noo.Ti sli:i:im; cauk,
Woodruffs l'litont,
Hun through lo Philadelphia on all Night Trains,
and New York via Philadelphia and Alleulnvtn, with
out change, ollordlng Pnstougvis a nlht of uudla.
turbed rest, aud
LandlUK tlicui lu !S'ev York Jlourai lu
Ailvuuco of nil other jLluca!
And In tiuiu to aeure Hotel accommodatlcu befuro
tho arrival of tho passengers by other routes.
To Uoston sod New England passengers this route
is cspcciklly desirable, w it gives them an opportunity
of troing tho tincnt Vl.n among ttie Alleghany
MouiiUiiis, tK)sutrs WMIlng PitUburg, Philadulphia
aud New York, Without lUtrn xt.
OC All New England passengers holding through
tickets will bo transferred, with their baggage, to Hull
and llo.it Connection, iu New York, without charge.
Four Dally Trains LcaroN. Y for ltoston.
Thirteen Daily Trains Lcavo I'lilladcliiltla
for Xow York,
Via Jersey City and Cam Jen and Amboy. Distance,
IW miles; Time, 4 hours.
This ia tho only route by which passengers can leave
Chieago Uaturdny afternoon, in n through car. This
train leave the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne t Chicago
Railway Depot at !.'M p.m. and rims through wlthuut
ilelav. arriving in New York at Ctoo Monday morning.
1 1 ours in Advance of Other Lines!
The si.MJ p.m. train from Chicago arrives in New
llork at 9.11 a. in. tho .SKC'O.NI) DAY, 'J l-'J lliiurx
lu Advnut'o of liny oilier Itiiiilcf uitli cor
rdpo'llt reduction tn 110.VION. PHILADELPHIA,
RAl.TlMOilE and WASIIINdTON.
o r lljggiiitci checked through to nil stations nn tho
I, no of tho lVuiislvaiitii Railnny, and to llallliuore
Plidndilphlannd Nt-w York, from Pittsburg, Chirago,
and all iirmrlpnl Wettern Cities,
DO- ltutot of freight and express freight to any
Eiitern point, aro at nil times us favorablu as ai
charged by other lines,
ttO'Through tickets for sale at iho prniolpal offlcd
in tho Weal.
EDWARD H. WILLIAM",
General Huperinleiident, A'toona Pa,
T. I..K1MIIALL, Prtengor Agent, Chlcarjo.
Jel7wtf
-X "N -"-
LIQUORS. TOBACCO ETC
Y"M- U.SCIIUTTKIt,
Importer and Wholctale Deuter in
WIXEN, MQUOIt.S, .TOBACCO
OIG-A.HS.
AQBNT VUH
llost UraniLs of Cream and Stock tn
A8D
MEDICAL.
D
It. JOHN NULL.
DR. JOI-IiST BULL
MANUFACTURER AND VENDER OF THE
OoloTorfttocl
SMITrl'S TONIC SYRUP
FOR THE CURE OF
AGUE AND FEVER
OH DHIM.S AN DYER.
rpHE proprietor of this celebrated modlcino Justly
X claims for it a superiority over nil remedies ever
otfercd to the public for tho $nfi, ctnain. ijttJy and rtr
tunrci crr of Ague nnd Fnver, or Chlils and Fever
whether of thort or long standing. Ho refers to tho
entlro Western and Southwestern country lo bear him
testimony lo the truth of tho assertion, that In no
case whaiovor will it fall to euro, If .the directions are
strictly lollowod and carried nut. In a great many
cases a singlo dose has been AUftlclnnt for a cure, and
whole families have been cured by n tinglo bottle,
with a porfect restoration or tho general health. It is,
however, prudent, and In every cose tnoro certain to
cure, If Its use is continued in smaller doses for a'
week or two after tho dlsenso ha? been checked, moro
etncclally In difficult nnd long standing cases. Usu
ally, this medlclno will not require any aid to keep
tno lowels In good order; should the patient, how ov
er, requiro a cuthartla medicine, nfler having taken
threo or four doses of tho Tonic, a single doso ot
Hull' Veiretaule i'ainlly I'll Is) will bo sum.
clcnt,
DR. JOHN HULL'S Pricipal oHlco:
10 FIFTH, (CrottH Street,)
NO.
XjO'u.l-c7-i.2.1ot
WOIIM DESTROYER
To My United Slates and World- ldc
Reader a:
XHAVE received many testimonials from profes
sional and medical men, ss my almanacs and vari
ous publications havo shown, all of which are genuine.
Tho following from n highly educated and popular
physician in Georgia, is certainly ono ot tho most
sensible communications I havo over received. Dr.
Clement knows exactly what hu speaks of, mid IiId
testimony deserves to Lo written In letters of gold.
Ilenr what Iho Doctor says of 11 it 1 I'm Worm ilea,
troysrn
Villanow, waiKcr Oiuniy, Oa.,
Junn'23, 18o0.
Dr. John lici t. Dear Kin I havo recently given
your "Worm Destroyer" several trials, ani find it
wonderfully elhcaclous. It has not failed In a singlo
Instauco to have tho vvlshed-for fleet. I nm doing a
pretty largo county practice, and havo dally use tor
bo me artlclo oftfio lend, lam freo to confess
Jiat I know of no remedy recommended by tho ablest
authorities thai Is soc lUlii and speedy lu its ctlccts.
On tho contrary, they aro uncertain In the extreme,
My object In writing you Is to find out upon what terms
1 can get tho meiliclno directly from you. Iflcau
get It upon easy terms, I shall uso n great deal of it.
laiiinvaru that tho usool sueli articles Is contrary to
the teachings and practice of n great majority of tho
ttfuUr Hue discarding a iuined7 which xe know to
bo suificlent, simply bvouu-o wo may bg Ignorant of its
combination. Funny pirt, ! shall maku ilarulalo
usoallund overy lucaiia to allcvluto suffering human
ily which I may bo able to command not hesitating
because som one moro Ingenious than my self havo
learned its vtlecls first, and secured tho solo right to
secure that knowledge. However, 1 am by no means
au advocoto orsupportcr of thu thnusaud of worthless
nostrums that flood tho county, that purHirt to euro
all manner of diseases to which flesh is heir. Pleato
reply soon, and Inform mo ofyour bcit terms.
ju.1 m, sir, very resnrctfufly,
JULlUd P. CLEMENT, M. D.
BTTXjXj'JS
SARSAPARIJLiLA
A 0001) KEASON FOR THE CAPTAIN'S
FAITH.
Road tho Cap tnin'a Letter anil the Letter
from his Mother :
Ronton Harracks, Mo., Apnl30, IMA,
DR. JOHN RULL-DcAr Kin Knowing the em
cloncy of your Barsparllln, and tho healing and bene
flcial qualities it possesses, 1 send you tho following
statement of my case t
I waa wounded about two years ago was taken pris
oner and confined fur sixteen months. Doing moved
so often, my wounds Imvunot healed yet, 1 have not
sat upi moment since I Mas wounded, I am shot
through the hips. My general health Is impaired,
and 1 need something to assist nature. I have moro
faith In your tiarsnpanlla than In anything elie. I with
that that Is genuine Pleato express muahalf doicu
bottle, and obtlgo CUT. C. P. JOHNSON.
6t. loula. Mo.
P. H Thelollowing was written April 80, 1800, by
Mrs. Jennie Johnson, mother of Capt. Johnson I
DR, JOHN HULL-Doarbirs My husband, Dr. C.
8. Joiiiilnn, was n skillful surgeon and physician in
Central New York, where ho died, leuving tho nbovo
0. P. Johnson m my care. At thirteen ear of age.
ho had a chronic diarrhea and scrofula, fur which I
gau him jour Sartaparilla. IT CL'ltRD HIMi I
havo for ten year recommended it to many in Now
York, Ohio and lows, for scrofula, fewr sores, and
general debility. Perfect success has attended It.
TU turn tfuttJl Nintciutt of icrofula ani jittr ttrit
vert ulnuui Miranvw. 1 am very anxious for my son
to again liava rceourto to your rturtaparilla. Ho H
ftunul uf getting u spurious article, henco his writing
to you font. His wounds wore terrible, but I belluvu
howil. recover. J0HN30S
IBT7XXa'J9
013DK03ST J3ITTKRS !
AIJTUEXTXC JOCL.!Ii:TN.
iVi'It-AXiHRM lx.ofxci from
Ti'stliiiony or Medical Plcn.
rilony Point Whllo Co., Ark. May '23, 'CO.
Dr. Jon.x Hull Dear Sin Last February I was at
Louisville purchasing drugs, and I got homo ofyour
tiiirxaparillu and Codion Hitters,
My anndn-l.iw, who was with me In thu store, hai
been down with the iheuuiatitm for somi. time, com
meiiced en tho Hitters, and soon found hi general
health Improved,
Dr ls,who hiw U'en in b.U hftdlh, tried theiu,
and he also Improve).
Dr Cotfeo, uiio has been in lad health for several
years foiuA and lutr alli'cte.l ho iuiiiroved very
iiiueh by Hie uso nfynur Milters, ludeodlho CV.Iron
Hitlers bus given you great opuhir!fy In this nettle,
ment. I think I could tell a uriMi quantity of your
me.lieiito this fall' especiiilly lliu Codrun Hitlers and
Hars.iparilln. bhlpmuiM Memphis cum of ItlckettA
Noely. Respectfully, i
0. U. WALKER.
Prepared by DR, JOHN HULL at Ilia
Laboratory, Fifth Btreot, Lotilavllle, Ky.
For ShIo by UAUCL.AY' BROS,
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Mo, T5 Ohio I.evek,
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