Newspaper Page Text
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAV MORNING, MAY 7, ISSO.
THE PmY BULLETIN,
TtT MoBxra (aoMMTt xnrm.
m.- a t ... T, ViliuVlpr
Jl uui wui - -
irhU Pler may be found on file at (ieo. P.
Howell t Co a Newspaper Adwrti'iuK Hunan, nn
Hprure bt), where advertising contract limy be
mane for it IdNkwYuiik.
nnivMnpnJnir I)ailv In Southern Illinois
Largest Circulation of any Daily in
official paper or Alexander coi-stt.
flice: Bulletin BuiMinp, Wartilngvm Avenue
Subscription It a ten:
Dily (delivered by carrier) per woe $ 85
By mail (In advance) one year
Btx othi $
TUree mouth ? , ,
One mouth 1 w
By mail (In advance) eue year $ J '
nil month 1 JJ
Three month , "
To tlnb ot ten and over (per copy) av
Votace In all caret prepaid.
firrt insertion, per tqnare., $1 jj
6ubequentinsertion, ier quare su
For one week, per square J W
Por two week, per eijuare
For three week JJ
For one month J 'J
E-ch additional square
Fsnero notice J (ltl
Cbituarie and resolution parsed by (ocietic
ten cent per line.
Death and marriaire free
tretlBscrtion.prr quare $ 1 00
aubeeqnent Insertion 50
Eight line of solid nonpareil constitute a qnare
played advertisement will be charged accord
ing iMhe spare occupied, at above rate there be
lie tw've flues of solid type to the inch.
To rccnlur advertisers we offer superior induce
ment, both a to rate of charge and manner of
dipplayinp, their favor.
Iooil notico twenty cent per line for rirst iner
tion; ten cent per line for each subsequent inecr-
llThi paper may be found on file at Geo. P. Rowell
& Co.' Newspaper Advertising Bureau. (10 Spruce
street) where advertising contract may be made
for it in New York.
Communications n pon ubj ect s of peneral interest
U the public are at all time acceptable. Rejected
manuscript will not be returned.
Letter and communication should be addre eed
"B. A. Burnelt Cairo Illinois "
ILLINOIS DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVEN
TION. Headquarter of Democratic State Central I
Committee, Springfield, 111 , March is. lt0. I
To the Democracy of Illinois:
The Democratic state convention wlil be held at
Springfield on Thursday, the 10th day of June,
18N, at 10 o'clock, a. m., to appoint delegate to
(be national Democratic convention to be held at
Cincinnati on the Sind day of June, lHjd, and to
nominate candidate for the following state oiEccs,
Secretary of state.
Anditor of Public AccotiLts.
Alo for tbc purpose of nonjita'.in,' pretiucM.u.
By direction of the last ni.tlonal convention
the delegate will be instructed by the
tate convention to vote for or again! the abroga
tion of the two-third rule.
All eilir.en who are in accord with the Demo
cratic party in principle and um) sympathize with
it object are Invited to participate in sending
delegate to the convention.
The several cotimiea will be entitled to one dele
eaie for every four hundred vote, and one delegate
lor even fraction thereof in execs of two hundred,
base! oh the vote cast lor atmtel J. TiUleii in lbtti.
1 . VV. M.-NEELY.
A. Ontvunnrr. Chairman.
Senator Conklino, the gentleman "wlio
fought and ran away, ht-nce lived to tlglit
an3tler day," characterizes the opposition
lo Grant and imperialism as the work of a
mob. lie will next favor the employment
of the army to put down the rioters.
Over 7,000 men are on ifcrrike in the
north of England m consequence of the
iron manufacturers having reduced wages 5
per cent. The cotton manufacturers at
Burnley, Bla:kburo, and other Lancashire
tiwns have agreed on a uniform reduction
of wage, and a strike is imminent.
J. Fitzgerald fc Co. have undertaken
the publication of cheap editions ot the
leading scientific works under the title of
"Humboldt's Library of Popular Science
Literature.'1 The publications are made
monthly. The first to appear is Herbert
Spencer's essay on "Education." The
price of it is so low that it is within the
reach of every one.
Tdeue ought to be some way to squelch
those fellows who, having had a narrow es
cape trom the gallows, take to the lecture
jslatform and relate their experiences while
Awaiting the action of the courts. Several
of them have been going about tne country
lately exhibiting themselves. The last one
-.-. t Ai,t . r iV .1..,
iu wjujji una uiviuuu ui i-urmug n lew titu
lars is Covert 1). Rennet whoso neck was
tiaved by Emma Abbott, the prima donna.
The public knows his story perfectly well,
and hardly cares to bear it rehashed by
Souk enthusiastic Englishmen think that
republic was dc facto established in
Xngland on the 29th of April. It is said
that the government is now in the hands of
men "all of whom are indilfcrcut to the
pretentions of royalty, and many of whom
are openly opposed to the continuance of
the royal name and sham." But royalty
has known indifferent people heretofore
and squelched them. The republicans of
England will find it necessary to do more
than "feel indifferent" to royalty. Royalty
knows many tricks better than that.
1 Toe salaries of officials and the par of
laborers under the New York city govern
ment cost the tax-payers $14,000,000 a year.
The salaried officials draw $3,000,000 an
nually. As every election day approaches
the ,50Q regular employes aro re-euforced
jto as to bring the number up to 18,000 or
20,000. John Kelly and (Sen. Arthur, the
P.epublicnn leader, divide the spoils. The
Federal employes in the number 3,400, of
whom 1,500 Bre employed in the great poli
tical machine, the custom house, where $1,
71(1,000 is paid every year in salaries. The
custom house has nut yet witnessed any re
forms under the so-called reform adminis
tration at Washington.
Mr. Haves returned tho tpecinl de
ficiency bill to the house of representatives,
yesterday, without his approval. He bases
his objection1 to the measure principally on
the ground that it contains a political rider
intended to prevent the execution of the
federal election laws. While not entering
into a discussiou of the merits of the prop
osition, he states in a few plain words his
determination to maintain the authority
and dignity of the executive and to resist
all attempts by the legislative branch if
the government to exceed its power. He
deplores the practice of tacking riders to
appropriation bills, and expresses the belief
that public opinion is with him in his ef
forts to dibcourage it.
TnE spelling reform movement lias at
tracted the attention of congress. Mr.
Bal!ou,'of Rhode Island, a member of the
house committee on education and labor,
has introduced a bill providing for the ap
pointment by the president of a coinmitte'!
of Eeven, "whose duty it shall be to inquire
what amendments are desirable to the or
thography employed in public documents,
and also in the school books and magazines
used in the schools of the District of Col
umbia." The bill also authorizes the com
mittee to consult with the authorities of
Great Britain for the purpose, if possible,
of settling upon some basis upon which a
reform in spelling can be effected both' in
this country and England.
That Pennsylvania board of pardons is a
useful public instituton. The Molly Ma
guires always received favors at its hands,
and now the amiable gentlemen have par
doned Kemblc and his four criminal Blovi
ates as far as the imprisonment part of the
sentence is concerned. Kemble, the big
criminal, has alone cracked jokes over the
affair of his arrest, and lias intimated that
he had things "fixed." He is a prominent
Republican, and has plenty of money. He
and his associates worked valiantly to rob
the treasury of the state of $3,000,000 to
pay the damages inflicted on their friends
by the Pittsburg rioters damages for
which the county of Allegheny was alone
responsible. A prominent judge at llarris
burg assert3 that tho board "concluded to
pardon the prisoners before the Benteuce
was imposed." Kwuble and his compan
ion in crime will simply pay their $100
fine and walk out to practice "addition,
division and silence" in some new direc
tion. RULES FOR VISITING THE SICK.
1 . Whenever you go to see a sick per
son, never take a brass band ; brass bands
are more or less expensive. If, however,
you take a brass band with you, let each
man play u different air, finishing up with
"Tarn O'Shanter" on the bass drum. It is
best to have this executed in the room di
rectly underneath the sick chamber.
2. Always ring the bell as though you
were tryiug to pull the back yard out by
the roots. Continue this until yvn get
seven or eight engines pluying on the house.
?. If you can't get up by the front way,
either knock out a window, or go up on
the roof by the lightening lod. Tho latter
plan will enable you, if the house is a
frame one, to kick all the boards loose and
provide a matinee for those in the house.
After you have reached the roof, if you
haven't strangled yourself with profanity,
cough up your false teeth and yell down
the scuttle for a step-ladder.
4. Always bear a cheerful countenance.
If you go into a sick room looking like a
thirty-live cent ehromo of a Shawnee ceme
tery, it will be apt to throw a dumper cm
5. Talk cheerfully. Commerce by say
ing that the Asiatic cholera litis started on a
pleasure trip at reduced rates, and that the
hoop business is quite brisk; or say that
seventy-five tons of nitro-glycerine began a
business eug ii:ement near a circus in some
place in Mew York, and that the authorities
in the principal cities of the country have
been telegrahed to wait on the remains as
Talk as loud as you can, so that people in
the next township will thiuk a theological
student, home on a vacation, is keeping his
lungs in training.
A few such rules as these kept in mind
during a visit to a sick friend will lie apt
to prove beueficiil, as it will inspire the pa
tient with more will and a stronger deter
mination to live and create n sort of avac
uum in your family.
HINTS KUOM A TOACTICAL ILLINOIS K A KM til.
Joseph Lttse In-fore Farmer' Convention at Kloia,
Perhaps the greatest mistake that we
make in corn growing is, we undertake to
raise too much. No farmer should try to
raise more corn than he can plant in good
order and iu good season. The rule has
been with good furmeis to break and plant
until the riit or tenth of June, and by that
time tue fir;t planting is cooked with
weeds und grass. Now, the best tune to
commence working corn is as soon as it is
through the ground, mid that, too, with u
good harrow, especially if the Benson
is somewhat dry. As to plant
ing, 1 believe,, as a rul, it is best to
have it rowed both" ways. I have a Brown's
two horse planter and a Hoosit r drill. I
plant some with both each year, und if I
am going to plant a small crop, say eight or
ten acres, I would use the drill and set it to
drop one grain evry sixteen inches. We
make a mistuke sometimes and get our com
too thick in the ground, ami this is a fatal
mistake in a dry season. My experience is,
that tlvree stulks to the hill will give tho
best result on tho best land wo havo in tho
county. Thf re is no use in planting a poor
piece ot ground in corn, unless we cau
mnnuro it. If we have a thin picco of land
on the farm sow to wheat and top dress
well with manure; then sow in grass and
pasture until it recuperates; after which you
can grow corn.
On Friday of last week Thomas F. Kcl
ley, an Irish Catholic, started In his bare
feet to walk from Philadelphia to the mon
astery at Loretto, Cambria comity, Pa. His
sins had been many, he said, on account of
which he was "doing penance" in his walk.
He was not begging his way, either, but
claimed to have given to the poor $700 and
nil this world s goods he owned, even to the
shoes he woie, prior to beginning the pain
ful journey, He carried a letter signed
by David A. Brennaii, secretary and
chancellor of the archdiocese of
Philadelphia, witnessing tho character
of its bearer. Ho reached that place Wed
nesday evening, footsore, but satisfied that
he was in the rigid, and uncomplainingly.
His feet wero badly swollen, but they were
worse, he said, the day before He was a
pleasant faced, honest-looking man, with
sincerity written on every lineament of his
countenance, and gave his ago as 33. He
had come from Harrisburg since morning.
He was provided with lodgings at thcUantt
House, where he refused breakfast the next
morning, and afterward started on his jour
ney westward. To use his own language,
if he perseveres, he will spend tho remain
der of his days in the abbey for which he is
bound, if he doesn't sacrifice himself be
fore arriving there.
A PARROT THAT KNOWS TWO HUN
A parrot in Bowdoin square, Boston, is
master of a vocabulary of two hundred
words, which he speaks with a distinctness
truly marvelous. Among the many
phrases which he has been heard to utter
are: "Come over here and have some l'un;"
"Polly is a nice old boy;" "If you bite me,
1 11 give it to you." One day, when
annoyed, he said to the cat that
was in the habit of sharing his
meals: "I'll put a head on that old cat!"
When he is a naughty he is punished by
being confined to his cage, which he calls
being put to bed. On one occasion he said
to an admirer, "I'll put a head on you, and
then I'll have to go to bed, and don't jou
forget it." He is a ataunch Republican, and
advises all visitors to "Vote for Talbot."
He sings the whole of the song "Oh, dear,
what can the matter be?" and has never
been known to swear. Price, $:J00.
Betteii Times. The business revival
and new era of prosperity which is now
fairly inaugurated, is in keeping with the
increased health and happiness seen all ever
the land, and is one of the results obtained
from the introduction of Warner's Safe Kid
ney and Liver Cure. "The changes wrought
by this remedy," says Rev. Dr. Harvey,
"seem but little less than miraculous."
A liovsEiioi.D nked. A book on the
liver, its diseases and their treatment sent
free. Including treatises upon liver com
plaints, torpid liver, jaundice, biliousness,
li .id. 1 ti nlii, .ittt-t t -.,, in i v.j,w i,,: nwiliivtt
JJlUKItllll, V'41P,ll'l,l.'U, ,l,., ' 131.,, llllllll' I..,
i .1 I T l L' I ... 1 . .'1, II.. . 1
etc. .luiircss jsr. Dtiuioru, ju uioiuivtuy
v.. ,:.. x' I
L'w i urn tiiy, . j.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Maksii.u.l
Mich. Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to the nlllicfed upon o() days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they sny. Write to them with
THE ONLY MEDICINE
That Acts at tlie Sana- Time an
a mi thf. KIDNEYS.
Theo Krent oru'un are tin; Nnturali'le'itiner of the
Svmcn. If they tork well, hi althu III he perfect,
If they become closed, dreuiiliil (limic ire ure
to lolluw wiili
I;iiifl)HtieK, li iiihi'-lir , Ilyspet Mn. .latllidlre. Con
MipitlloD. and I'lles: 01 Kidney I'ouiplalul,
Uravi-I. IMiilicti. Seiiliiiciil In the
I rme. Milky or Kopy Lflue; ,
or Jilieiinintlc 1'alu
ii ml aches,
are dcVi loped hciansc the blood I poisoned vi
iiuuiure tuat sihhiic nave nccu expelled uuiunilj
will restore the hcnlhy action and all Iheso dn
troyhiK evils will be banished neglect tucm and
you "live hut to sull'i-r.
Thousand have been cured. Try It Hiid you will
add one more to the number. Take It and health
w ill once more itliiildcii your heart.
Why ullcr longer from the torment of au iichltiK
Why bear such distress from Constipation and
Whv he so fearful bemuse of disordered urlner
1viiini;v Wout will cure you Try a package at
tune and be satisfied.
II is a dry vce,c table compound and
Cue package make Hixitiiirt of medicine.
Your dnwixt hus It or will k'et It for vou. Iu
sist upon havli.i: It. Price. $1 nil.
liLl.S, l:i H.l:lsiiN A I'll , Prnprletor.
1 t Will send post paid ) Burlington, vt
81.00 Per Set of Three Sizes.
Thl pen will miike a beautiful sliniled stroke,
from a hail' line to one quarter of nil hu h Iu wldih,
never Idols, und I hi knowledni d hy nil who tamo
used It to he ahead ol any Pen In the market lor
plain and latiev letterintt of all kind. Il mnke
the finest kind of l.i il u'T lleiidltms, ami Is specially
adapted for uli u work of any kind. Hend lor circu
lar and sample wrltluu. lo ,1. V. H'fOAKK.H, 3 Trl
lune Uulhlllik', Cliicuifo, III.
45 YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Dji. C. McLANE'S
arc not recommended as a remedy "lor all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver, and nil Billions com
plaints, Dyspepsia, ami Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FKVEK.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine
As a simple purgative they are uneqtialed
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuiue arc never sugar-coated.
Each box has n red-wax seal on the lid
with the impression, Mc LaneVLiveh Pill,
Each wrapper bears the signatures of C.
McLANK.and Flkmiku Bnos.
Jt"Insist upon having tho genuine Dit.
C. M( Lane's Liveu Pills, prepared by
FLEMIMG BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
the market being full of imitations of the
name MiLane, spelled differently but same
PIAXOS AM) OIHiAXr'
' FOR THE NEXT CODA VS.
Before our Advance in Prices
PIANOS 140 to 100!
All new mid trirtlv tlrpt-clHHC. und old nl the
lowest mt ctKb liol(ttl! factory price, direct to
the mirc'iHcfr. Thcxe piso niHde one of the (lni't
dli-plttys at the Cincinnati Kxbiliitiou. and were
nniviwilv recommended for the Hidden Honor.
The Sqiaru Uratidecoutalo
New Patent Duplex Overstrung SeakJ
which I arknowledfed hv the Mi:het muiral atl
thorliy to he the reatet improvement ever lnit Into
a Sqrare Piano, iirodurlnir the mot actonifhiui;
powir, richnet und depth of tone, and a cuntim
InLVinality never before attalued. laiiic a (rud
1'iimo in a Souarc Case."
The Mendelssohn Uprights
ai:k the kinestifamkrica.
They are pronounced the "I'iaiins of the 1'iiture."
The I prirht hah a more powerful tone th. ouuh
oiit tha entire scu'e, a longer sustiilied silisinp
quality, a lighter and more responsive toiub. mid
greater durability and ability for standlnc; iu tune
Its treat superiority destins it to entirely Miper
cede the ordinary square piano in this country, us it
mis aireaoy none in r.niriatKl.
! Kveuy MendelsKihn fprinh'. iMatintvi" the wr
I best I'ATKNT lKH lif.K KKI'KATIXii I'AUIS
j At T1KN. made expressly for us In Pans. Krume
.mi our i lutioa are made entirely l.y ourselves
Nos. tOH. hU. l!bi & I!l8 W. 57th
St., !!.-!!, 1170. iltii, l libii Mil & U70
Now the finest and largest in the world.
Originally estuhlished in 1SIJ, beltii; iimmi.' tin
few tnukei of piiinos which Lave stuod the tist o
I very Piano Fully Warranted for Five Years.
We are now making all our Pianos entirely of
VULCANIZED U MIlEIi.
The urciitcsl discovery of the aires. Wood ren
dered Imperishable, shrinking, rhei klie.' or uarp
Iiil' Impossible, anil as incapable, ofabsnrhine tnois
tare as vulcanized rubber. The Increased hard
tiess und loiinhiietH of the wood produces a renin
ion e s,f tone truly wonilerltil . The process of vol
eanixini! Is dune by machinery established at our
ln lorv. and we hiiTc the exclusive control of the
puti nt for plana tnaklnu which, toircthcr with our
other patents and Improvements, iiicludltiit Mathii
slick' I)uplex Ovorbtrunif scale, render our piuno
in every respec thu
IJest and Finest in the World!
In the craiid result of strenu'lh. durability, rc.
hillty. and ability for staudini; in tune, volume,
power, rcsouuncc. brlllliiiK H. sweetness, sytupha
thetlc n nil sliming quality of tone, evenness
throiiuhout the entire scale, delicacy and elastscity
iiii loucii, anu iicauty oi niiisti, tnu
miu i.iJKSS W1TOUT AN Kl'AL
Piano sent on trial. Don't fall to write tor Illus
trated and Descriptive tutuloue of W jnc,i
Are the Best in the World,
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
l1 STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Ikon Wokks
93 OHIO LKVEE. CAIRO, HIS.
John T. Rennie,
HAVING established hi work at the above men
tinned place I better prepared than ever for
matitifacturluu htenm Engine and MIU Machinery.
llavlntf a Hteani Hammer and ample Tool, the
nintiulucturct of all kind of Machinery, Hal I road,
Mteamhimt ud llrldire Kornlnun made a trtccialty.
Especial attention irWcu to repair of II;. Muetand
lira (.'astluit of all kind mido to ordoi
PlpeKUliiH iuaJl Iu hiauchet,
Literary Involution and
An Ejicj'clojwilia iu HO vols., over 10,000 puges; 10 jilt cent more matter tlmn uny
Eucyclopii'ilU ever before published in this country,, nnil sold, handsomely und well
bound, in cloth for $10, in half morocco for f 13, ami printed on fine heavy paper, widu
margins, bound in half Russia, gilt top, for $20 an cuterprii-e so extraordinary that its
success, beyond all precedent in book publishing, may be fairly claimed to inaugurate a
Tin; Liiiit.utY ok I'nivi.uha), K.Nowi.tiHiii isa reprint entire of the last (1S7U) Ed
inburgh edition of "Chambers' Encyclopedia," with about 40 per cent of new matter
added, upon topics of special inture.-t to American reader, thus making it eiial iu char
acter to any similar work, better than any other suited to the wants ot the great majority
ol those who consult works of reference, and altogether tho latest Encyclopedia in the
Si'Kiimkn Vot.tJii: in either elylo will heent lor cianiii.atiou with privilege of return ou pcicipt ol
proportionate price per volume,
Si'kciai. Discount to all early ubscrilcr?aiid extra discount to clubs. I'ull particular with des
criptive catalogue of many other standard works cijually low In price, sent Iree.
Leadini' Principles of the AMERICAN ROOK EXC1IANOE:
I. I'ubllsu only books of real value.
II. Work upon the basis of present co-t of makini; bonks, about one hall what it was a few years .-o.
III. Seil to buyers direct, 'and save them the 50 to Ml jut cent coinuiissson commonly allowed lo
IV. The cost of books when made lO.uvat a time Is hut a fraction of the cost when made roiat a time
adopt the low price and sell the lurire quantity.
V. I'se pood type, paper, etc.. do (art ful printing, and slroutr. feat binding, but avoid all "paddit,.-,''
fut and heavy-leaded type, spohjiy paper anil ijuudy Mndinj:, which arc so rummnnly ri surti d to to a.k.
bowk nppeur lare rm! Hue. and wbli b Rn-atly add to their coft, hut do not add to their B: :e.
VI. To make $! and a friend Is better thau to make f.' and au enemy.
I.ihrarv of I'tiiversal Knowieili-e. -ji vols, ?n
Mil ..... . I , ..
Milmiiu's liibhon ' Home..', vol. i: Vi
Macaulay History of Kntland. :i vol. Jl rsi
I'liambers' I yclopaula ol hug Literature. 4 vols. J
Kiilitht's History of Ktntland. 4 vol f t
rimnrctr Live of Illustrious Men, Jtvot. $1 50
ikie Life and Words nf Christ, N) cents
Yount;' llible Concordance, un.uou rclcrence (pre-
Acme Library of Ilioi;riiphy. VI cent
Hook of Kables. .Lsop, etc. lilt:. r0cen:
Milton's Complete Poetical Works. .Mi cents
Shakespeare's Complete Works. "5 cent
Works of Haute, translated by C'ary, fill cents
Work of Vlrpll. translated by liryden. 40 cent
The Koran or Mohammed, translated by Sale, .15 cts
Adventures of Don Quixote, Ulna, 50 cent
Arabian Nights, lllus, ,'i0 cent
Hunyan's I'ilerim's Progress, li'.us, to cents
Kohlnson Crusoe, lllus, .Vt cents
Munchausen und (iulliver's Travels, illus 60tent
Storic" and Ilallari. by E T Alden. illus. f I
Acme Library of Modern Classics. Mi cent
Ilemit by batk draft. moLiy order, ripstirid
eut in postage HaDips. Address
AMERICAN HOOK EXCHANGE.
JOHN 1). ALDEN, Manager.
THF. DAILY F.l'I.LKm.
The Daily Bulletin.
By rarrier. IVr Week
COLLECTED WEEKLY, or
S;H) IVr Year. SAO
If paid Yif.ny or Semi-Ycttrly
IX A DVAM'K
The Weekly Bulletin.
A 4 Column S Paire Vnyuv
IS!UEI) EVERY MONDAY.
To CLURS !' FIVE ur MORE,
tl 'iO pir Yi i.'.
Tue 1 u l let ix 1 i xd e i i y
BLANK JJOOK WORK
Of all Kinds-.
STEAM JOh OFFICE
Al 1 Kinds of Job Work
Estimates furnishpil ntul orders from
abroad promptly attended to.
Two-SliPi't, Full Sheet, Half Sheet,
anil Qtuirter Sheet rosters anil
Programmes, in Black or Colors.
Letter Heaik Bill Head-, Note
Heads, Statements, Bills I-adintr, Show
Cards, Vusiness Cards, Ball
and "WeddiiuT Invitations, Book Work,
Etc, te Etc., Etc.
American ratrioti-m, Vireni.
Tmne llinory of Enelish Litcralure, V, ceit.
Cecil' Hook ol Natural History, $1
1'lctoral Handy Lexicon. :).' cents
Syiii!.;s. by author of Snarrowgrass I'aner, r-iri
Mrs. Hi-man' I'wtlca! Works. T', cents
Kitto's Cyclopu dla ol Hib. Literature, i vols I-.
Ilollln Ancient Illstorv. .' i')
Smith's Dictionarvoftlie Bible, illustrated. $1
Work ot Flavin Joscphns, $j
Comic History of the I' S, Hopkins, illus. Wcetite
Health by Exercise, Dr (ieo II Tavlor. .V) cent.
Health for Women. DrUeo II Tavior.-'fircnis
I.lhrary Slaca.iue. 10 cent aNo. flayear
Library Magazine, bound volumes, iiOcents
Leave from the Diary of an old lawyer, $1
Lach of the above bound In cloth If br v.ai:.
I postaee extra. Most of the book are als'o p jl,
I lisheil in fine cditious and fine bindini;, at blither
I Descriptive Catalogue and 1-rmsto club sent free
I nu application.
letter, or ly ii nsf. Fractions of one dollar may he
tribune RuilJing, New You.
TOLF. liOCK ANI RYE.
A Xt'W CoinpOUlul, SekBtifica'.iy
pr.-pand .f IhiNniii Tolti. rrvslulired Ko. k
t atidy. Old Rye Whisky and oilier Tonn. T!ie
Fornula is known to our'nest physicians. Is highly
ceinmeniK il by them, am! the Anal) i i' one of i -ir
nn'st prominent chemi-ts. I'rof i,', A. .Mariner, cf
i !..'ihgi. is ou the lab, i of t-.i ry bottle, plsaui'l
kt.wn fuct to the tin ilirnl j i ..f.-.-Inn that TOI.V.
It'K K and UYL" will a:!orl the greatest relief for
I ninths. I 'old. I ii rt in na. llronrl.lii. Sups Thiimi
Weak Lungs, also f onuiiiipliou. In the iuilp!-:.t
nun ud.aiu'i u si:iges oi unit disease.
Itca:i be us, , a. a Him rage and for anAppv'.i
zer. making an tt'vtive tonic for Familv u-e. Try
it. you will rind it pleasant to take, of gfeit servico.
it wi uk or drbilitati d. as it give siri-ugth, Tkuo
and .'t'.v:iy to tlohWhi'le hi.iiiati Irimie.
fl'ut up iu si.e Itotties lor Family use.
L A V R E nFi-TaT MARTIN,
oV Agent" kr the t'li'leii States ntul I'anailtis
A'.so Importer of Fine Wines, Li'innrsand l ig:u,
111 Madison street. Chicago.
Sold bv l)r.:gtsls and Dealers ev rvwherc.
j i : a i )
If yon would r, fmn health ami Mrcncth. without
tlie use oi drm,'. try llvaeli s Improved Klectrlc
polii;e licit, win, !, w! wjf,.,)i oll lt), AevuH
waned. Address W. c. UKACl'l, .'. Johns, Mich.
Lawn Mower Co
Ol lI:irtHirt, Conn.,
MANUFACTURERS OK TUE
and CHARTER OAK
These Mower have become celebrated throtich
out the World, where lawn are cultivated, a bo
luc the most perfect and desirable Law Mower
ever made. They stand at the head of the list of
Lawn Mower In the V, S, and Europe. They ron
tainall the Improvement that experience In their
manufacture can niccest; am beautlfuilv llnlsht d,
thoroughly made, and do splendid work' on every
variety iif lawn. ,
Hand Mower Size, from 8 to li inche. Tory
and Horse blzei, t!4, and ;U iuche. Send for
SOLD BY OUR AUENTS EVERYWII2RE.
SALE OF TERSONAL PUOl'ERTY OF
SAMl'EI. D. 1IALL.IDAY, tlECEASEJ).
Nojlcei hereby given, that under n lid by vlrlito
of an order of the county court of Alexander roitntv,
on Wednesday the 1 lit li dav of May A. I). 1H(). be
tween the honr of ten o'clock a- m. ntul llv?
o'idock . iu, of said dav. nt No. HI Ohio Levee,
Cairo, Illinois the personal property of Samuel B.
Iliilllday. deceased. eotisUtitiKor parlnr, bed room
ml dinluK room furniture. carpet, picture, piano
and many other article, will be told at public sals.
I'erms of alu cash.
ADA C. AI -THORPE.
IIKNHY L. IIA1.L1 DAY,
(iunrdlan n.lnor hulrsol'S II. Halliday, deceased
Dated, Cairo, Illinois, April 20lli,lbBU.