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wirnorT the vsk or drugs, are rk-
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IT TREATS upon HEALTH, HYGIENE. and
X Physical Culture, and is a complete, encyclohe
dm of Information fur Invalids aud those who ulTcr
from Nervous, Exhausting and Painful Diseases.
Every nuhject that bear unon health arid human
happiness, receive attention In Its pages; and the
many question asked by uflVrlnif invalids, whw
have dlspared of cure, arc answered, aud valuable
Information is volunteered to all who are lit need ol
Tin' :ibject of Electric Ilelts versus Me dicine. aud
the hundred aud one questions of vital Importance,
to nuflTj(: k humanity, are duly considered ai.d ex
plained. YOUNG MEN
And other wlid suffer from Nervous and physical
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Hon and the many gloomy consequence of early
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sulting Its contents.
Tlif El.U liaC KKVi'KW expose the unmiti
gated frauds practiced by quirk mid medical im
posture who profess to '-practice medicine." and
mints out the only safe, simple, aud effective road
iu lit a)tb. Vigor and ilutlliy Energy.
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iufirma!!ou worth tlmurbudi will '' sent you.
Address, the publishers.
ITLVEliJIAniER GALVANIC CO..
Cor. Klalit li A Mr.'' streets. ( 'iiifinn:itl, 0.
A iei tlv !11J(1 i.f!'ectll,il Cttre,
Perrv Davis Pain-Killer
Ha- f.o'AM.e test of FORTY YEARS" trial.
D.rec'.kt. with ei.cn LVtie.
HOLD UV ALI, IRUJISrs.
W W'TVI it i-'K AL At. EMS everywhere
tl.i.UIiW. . j ,Ki T,a. Coffee. I'.akin'g I'ow-
1:1 1, i la.orwg Liiracts. etc.. by .ample to fami
lies Profit t-Hvl. Outfit frue. PEOPLE b TEA
CO . itox fiiw. St Louis. Mo
If you are mfTcr!r.gfron
Ilc on a bed of sickness
;oor health, or lar.i;uifb-
ake cheer, for
will ('lire Yt'O.
f yon feel weak and
y knowliij why,
will Kevlve Yoti.
iud have overtaxed yocr-
lei; or a mother, worn
Lff, weakened iy the
dtitlet: a ir.an of let-
-titferintt from anylndU
f '.t often tbecaK',
-hop. fin the farm, at the
hit your vtm need
.,f.'.it without Ititeil-
Wbiit on Seed
pU.I-e )l feeh'.e, JOtir
It von arcuripiy alltna
d:plr.ud, without clear
If yon are a minister
reif ih yotirpastorai dti
out w:'b rare and work.
Hup Hitteri- w ill
K jf.u are a man of nut
stiu.u of your everyday
ters. to.l'.I.g over vo'irt
H..p Bittern will
nyo i are young, am
H-p Hirtertt will
It r'"i are :n tne wor
desk, anywhere, and fee
clfaLsag, louiLff or stiu.
Hop Hitter I
lfyou are old, at.n you:
terve un trad r. and )"'i
Hop litter Will
Hop Hi'ttr MaiiiifHc
L'r WU New L'Ce
hil'ped. ouiv ("1 New rinf;c. f! .' to 1.mh.
fr-.MlilpuiMi,er (.rler llluetrated free. Audren
lau:el H. l.e.tty, M apblngtoii, N. J.
Alfentd WHiiteil for vtTit' Biwe Pi'TniSAiiT and
,knkwx s J'ICTOKIAL 1UIU.ES
Addrif. 'or Clrcuarp. A. J. HolmaS & Co., Hitla.
M A. L T
The New Fuol
Malt Bitti:i:s Company.
TV not confound tb! Matchle Renovator of
I Feeble and hihaiiMed CotiPtltution witti vio
lent cutliartlrt decm-tlotiti of vi'.e drui;.!iiid piltiom
intoxicant innoceutly "iane'.eil.' MALT BITTKHs
appital to popular contldeniu becaiu prepared
from I'nfi rinented Malt. Ik.p uud riuii,iie. and
i tl.er pr.-rlou ll.uTecleMP. aeror.llti; to LU-btt;.
huh ure richer In the element that r. tore to pel
li.nnvnt health tl.e wei.K. cotvalepeut. coumiiip
t;ve. cer woiktd. l.ervotl. pieeplep", dypp.-ptlr,
b.lloup, and li' kle in appe'lte. thnu all other lornip
ol Malt or M-'lir'. l.u. The r.-n tiiiit? are plainly Pinn
ed hv tl.n (itiitiHi'V Soul everywhere. MALT
HIT'fEHs CO-MHaSY. H'isTuN MASS.
Facts Worth Knowing
GiNOEii. iircnr. mandkake, stillingia.
aud many other of the bet medlrtnea known are
po klllfnlly combined In l'AHKKICS t.INGKH
TO" IC a to make It the greated liLOOI) l'L'Hl
Kl EH and
Tlio Ilcst Health ami Strt'iurtli Restorer
Hn perfect In tlio comtiopltion of PAUKEU'SGIN
GEK TONIC that uodlpcapecan long exIH wbero
it Ip nu'd. If yon have dyppeppln, hendacbe. rheti
iiiiitlpin, neiiriiltfia. bowel, kidney, or llverdlporder
or If you need a mild ptlniiilnut. or appetlner. tbu
Tonic in Jtint the medicine for you, a it I lilthly
e tiiatlve aud InvlitorittlnL' but never lutoxlcatnm.
Try a lift v tent bottle, lour (Irtigiiit can supply
BAND IRBTRUKEKT CATALOGUE.
(iurn(iC(i(af"i;utoi Itaiia fl fffM
tiialvtittii-niB MiiiIii. Miilia. W nJfL'
Cti, IMit, Pnut'lifi, Tom
pon; Pruru Wuri ftnfT
l.UDpl, Utiuri). m l)ut
All fUDUIni & I fr pf
infomntton fw munnan
WHOLESALE W1XK8 AND LW'OIW.
Choice Wines and Liquors,
OLD ItOVKXOX AND RYE WHISKIES,
French Bramlv, Ktc.
Nci. 137 Ohio Iieven.
Oiten at nil Uours, Day and Xljlit,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
t'lty of 1'rovide.ncc
A.J, H.ker aud barge.
Gui Fowler f'adnoab
City of I'rovldeuce Vlck.burg
A. J. Taker.... St. Loui.
C'ENEHAL ITEMS. '
The City of Alton had all sho could
carry on the water, nnd did not add any
The Guiding Star left for St. Louia
last night. Mart Uiirnham, who came out
on the Alton prospecting, took her up.
The Colorado added about a hundred
ton for St. Louis.
The Atlanta was light going north.
The Grand Tower will be due here to
night for Vicksburg.
The IJ. II. Cook is the low water packet
from Evansville every Saturday.
The James Howard passed up last night.
She was delayed putting off TOO tons rail
road Iron at Arkapolis. She is expected to
lay up on arrival at St. Louis.
Capt. Kates should be here this morning
with the Kyle and barge. She will add
bovcral hundred tors here.
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
Edited in the lutenn of the Public Library .
MEN, WOMEN AND COOKS!
Geo o e Danchokt will get his history of
the United States finished in a week or two,
j ) years from the time he began it. He
will he SO years old, October 8, but he is
t.ale and handsome, fond ol society, and a
familiar figure in it t Newport.
Heke is a picture of CcliaThaxter's win
ter life, taken from Harper's Bazar: 'Con
fined to the island of Appledore by the
mother's health, the whole family moved
into the great dining hall, which is capable
of seating many hundred people. Here
four huge stoves were erected, and tl e
many windows on one side of the room
were lined with plants. The lower end of
the place was assigned to kitchen and
dairy uses, in the care of three or four yellow-tressed
Norwegian maids: another side
had the desks and book cases of the broth
ers; the upper corner had the easel, table,
Davenport student lamp, and work-basket
of Mrs. Thaxter. And here, with sunset
and moonrise at either hand through the
windows and glass-doors, ami the great
wintry sea swinging in storm or calm
against the icy shores all around her, the
poetess sat painting china, as the lady of
mcditcval days sat on her dais at her em
broidery frame, with her maids at the other
end ol the castle hail."'
H.II. (Mrs. J.UKso.M,l:as completed her
book on the wrongs done the American In
dians, under the title of "A Century ol
A young man who is willing to sit down
in idleness, or devote his timo to "society,
and live otF the earnings of his father, is
justly looked upon as a useless if not a dan
gerous member of society. No yountr man
of spirit or principle will consent to do
such a thing. And further, every man,
however wealthy, if wise, teaches his son
some business by which he can earn a
livelihood. The same principle should be
applied to girls. Every girl should be
taught to be self-supporting should be
taught that by her father. Every girl,
whatever her social or pecuniary condition,
is liable at some time in her life to be
thrown upon her own resources and'the
cold charities of the world, and this emer
gency should be provided for. Besides,
the ordinary duties of life require that boys
and girls be taught to work, whether their
parents arc wealthy or not. Public senti
ment is greatly at fault in this matter,
especially with reference to girls, and
teachers can do much in correcting this
sentiment. They couid teach the boys and
girls in school that work is honorable and
that idleness ie dishonorable, aud that it is
the duty of every girl, as well as every boy,
to learn how to earn a livelihood. It is not
enough in this world that one be good; he
must be good for something. Indiana
Miss Anna E. Dickinson is now engaged
in completing the play she is writing for
Miss Davenport, who will appear iu it nt
the Fifth Avenue Theatre in September.
Miss Dickinson will probably open her first
engagement for the season in San Fran
cisco, appearing as "Annie Boleyn,'' and
extending her tour eastward. There is
every reuson to predict a brilliant success,
as Iter dramatic power is unquestionable.
The devclopmen of the extraordinary
submarine valley in the western Caribbean
sea ib a matter of great interest, considered
as a physical feature. This valley extends
in length 700 statute miles from between
Jamaica and Cuba nearly to the head of
the bay of Honduras, with an average
breadth of eighty miles. Curving oroumt
between Mistcriosu bank ami Yucatan, and
running aloni between Cuba and the ridge
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY
of the Caymans for a dibtancc ol 430 miles,
with a breath of 105 miles, it covers an
area of over 85,000 square miles, having a
depth nowhere less than 2,000 fathoms, ex
cept at two or threo points (the summits of
sub-marine mountains), with a greatest
depth, 20 miles south of the Grand Cayman,
of 3,428 fathoms, thus making the low
island of Grand Cayman, scarcely 20 feet
above the sea, the summit of a mountain
20,508 feet above thy boltum of the sub
marine valley beside it an altitude exceed
ing that of any mountain on the North
American continent above the level of the
sea, and giving an altitudo to the highest
summit of Blue mountain, in Jamaica,
above the bottom of the same valley, of
nearly 20,000 feet an altitude as great,
probably, as that of the loitiest summit of
the sea. For the deepest portion of this
great sub-marine valley the superintendent
of the coasts and geodetic survey has adopt
ed the name of "Bartlett Deep."
THE BOSS PUMP
Is the best cistern pump ever used. It
purifies the water, carrying several gallons
of air to the bottom ot the cistern at every
turn of the crank, cannot get eut of order,
is noiseless and cheap. Hundreds of them
are in use and in no case would the pur
chasers do without them. Send lor price
list or call and examine them, at our lum
ofilce. Lancastkk ifc Rice, Agents.
Stock and variety of boots and
shoes at C. Koch's, Commercial avenue
shoe store, between Fifth and Sixth streets.
We have just received and now on hand the
largest stock of the best St. Louis and Cin
cinnati custom made goods ever brought to
this city, all styles and sizes in men, wo
men and children's shoes. Having recently
refitted and enlarged our store more con
veniently we now carry the'largest stock of
hand made work in the city at the lowest
possible prices. Our motto is large sales
and small profits. Also always on hand a
complete stock ot leather and findings at
the lowest prices. Call around when in
need of uny goods in our line for bargains
'II. K A. I) HEALTH.
SAFE AND 8 T R E .
The Great Internal and External Rem
I) HEl'M AT1SM, NEURALGIA. MALARIA
it lltpbtheria, Hneumo ia. Sore Throat. Inflnm
niiittou of the I.ur.L'p. Ac. Lame Hack. Inllamma
t ion of the Kidney. Iiackache. I'lle., Bunion or
Sorencpn of the Feet from whatever cauee. Hums
or Ssaldp;. and all Iiillaitimatorj Disrate. Prickly
H.tat. Hunmrp and all disease of the. kin. For
ail female complaint aud weaknese it ha. no
enual. inotisanap nave neen paved from an uu
timely death ny lt nee. Ho not flelnv. but trv it
It lea household heecntty. Full particular. In
our liiunnnaien earns ntm ctreuiur. fent free
upon aiinllcation bv mail.
A triul will benefit you. We ennrantee patisfac
tlon or money refunded. Price, sue. and f 1 per
bottle. Trial bottle -.'.".c. Sold bv all drtieiriati.
Sani Et. t.Riir.Y & Company.
Proprietors. 17 llroadwav. New Y'ork
tt la thi. lieu tilnnrl toi.ht..i ar.fl atltn,
every (miction to more healthlul action, aud UfJ
thu a benellt in all diseases.
l., ..!!...(.. ., ,i.... .)... i. ...... iti.. ..r.i... i.i.i
,u i mi uu. i iii mi- nil, mii 1 1 ie- mi- union, ;.
natural ami neeessiirv result Is th. mrii of Si.n.r
Ions and other Skin Emotions Hml Disease. Iu
tiuuiiii! lancerp, i icerated anu other fores.
Dvspcpsln, eiikues ol lliu Stoniocb. Constl
nation, Dlz.liiess.tieni'rnl Debility, etc. are cured
oy me ?a e muers. n is uueoua ea a an amir
tlzer and regular tonic.
it is a medicine which should tie in uvervram
lly, and which, wherever used, will lavo the pay
nient of many doctors' Mils.
Dottles of two sl.e.; prices 50 cent and $1
Remedies arc sold
by Druggists and
Dealers in Medi
II. II. WARNER & co I
fcrfSend for Pamplileil
iua testimonial.. i
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
Kemedv, an tin
1'nillng" euro for
Impoteucy. mid nil
dUease that fol
low ns a cotise
nueuco of sell
mpp wi .iniiin, fi,iuniiuv win line, 0-
and mauy other disease t li tit lead to insanity or
consumption and a premature gravo.
Full particular In our pamphlet, which wo de
sire to send free by mail to every ono. The spu
cISc. medicine I sold bv nil druggist at $i per
packngu, six for $". or w ill be tent free by mall on
receipt of tlio monteyshy addressing Til H (Hi AY
MEDICINE CO., No. li Mechanic, block, Detroit
Mich. Hold In Cairo by Harclay Bro., Paul O
Schuh and Ouo. E. O'llara,
ril business now neturo the nub.
(11 lie. You can make money
fustor at wrk for us than at
anything else. Capital not
reiitilretl. We will tnrt you.
ililadavand nnwnnla mmlu
at home by the Industrious. Meu, women, hoy
and girl wanted everywhere, to work for lis. Now
I tlio time. You can devote your whole time to the
work, or only your spare, moment. No other
bushiest will pay you nearly as w 11. No one will
ing to work can fail t make enormott pay by on
gaging at ouce. Costly on tilt and term free.
A ureal oiitiortunltv for irlaklni) monnv aasllv and
honorably, Addrosi TRUE C0.,AuguU mine.
MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1880.
1 SMYTH tt CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kind..
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH A CO.. have constantly
large stork of the best goods in the market, and
give especial attention to tbu wholesale brauch of
WASTED to fell the Iiie ot
GEN. W. S. HANCOCK
by the veteran journalist author and man of letter
Col. JoIlN W. FokNEY. The standard on the
subject, und a crand model of biographical litera.
tnre. The only authorized and authentic work.
Fully illutruted. Send flit v cents at once for out
fit, best terms, f. II. LiLLINt.STON & CO.,
Pub., Cor., sixth and Pine St.. St. :Louis, Mo.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THE CITY
300DS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIER & CO.
Cor. Nineteenth ftreet and
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
D A. VIDS OAST'S.
MantHacturerof and Deolcr inAo
TIN, COPrER & SHEET-IRON WARE
fjS"AIJ, KISnS OP JOB WOIIK POKE TO ORLMal
SO. 27, EIGnTfl STREET,
CAIKO, : . ILLINOIS
YOCUM & BRODERICK,
Washington Avenue, Cor.
C4I1JO - - ILLS
MILL AND COMMISSION.
DEALKM I If
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hichest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Qt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood nnd Kindling
constantly on hand
At Sevoiity-tiv cents wv load.
At ono dollar wr load.
The "trfninilres"r ctmrsi sbavltii: and mnko
the best snnimer wood for rooking purpose well
as the cheapest ever sold In Cairo. For black
unltb' use In p't ting tires, thov re iinetiualled.
Leavs your orderi tithe Tenth street wood yard,
su2 3- si C
j .21 H
2 T $ s k2 i
h l e p.
AXD PAINT ' AX D OIL DEALERS
"Wholesale and Retail
Dniirs Taints, Drupes Window Glnss, Druslies, Perfumery,
Fancy Goods, Etc.. Etc.
2STo. 74 Ohio Levee.
RETAIL and FAMILY PRESCRIPTION STOKE
, Cor. Eighth Street and Washington Avenue.
GRAND PIANO COMPANY
:ill and 313 Plum Street Cincinnati, Ohio.
MANUFACTURE R 8 OF
GRAXD SQUARE & UPRIGHT PIANOS
y?,CMiior bean,y ' n?lh.eue'of ctlon, fweetoes, power and brllliuncyof tonu, and great
uurtiDUity arc unt'ict-iitMi. "
A first-claeB pibLo at a very moderate price. Send for illustrated catalogue.
GRAND PIANO CO.
No. 311 nd 313 Plum Htreft, Cin'ti, O.
ADMINISTRATOR'S fcALE Oi KKAL ES
TATE. 1'ublic notice is hereby given that by virtue of a.
Judgment aud order of the county court of Alexan
der county, Illinois, made aud entered at theJiny
term thereof, A. I). Iu a cause wherelu Jacob
Higgle, administrator of the estate of William M.
Atherton. defeased. is plaint iff. and Jnda Atherton
FrancisD. Atherton.lbomas J. Craig. James M
Craig, Elzada Finch, Emma Craig. Alice Craig
Mary Craig. Maria J. Iik'nle. Frances M. Atherton
HezekiuhM. Atherton, Kebecca J. Atherton. Lulu
J. Atr.erton. llilam J. Atherton, Ellen Young,
Aiizanem icner. auza .i . reeier.Jonn Uortwiu
.ti,kilih f.iwlutii Fv.iii.a Vnni... Umi.h Vn.m.
I .-'.." luuii.i .-.llllll lUUU)!,
James F. lltltson. Fordice Ireland. Jame P. t.'oil
aud Daniel Lence. are defendants, for the sale of
renl estate to pay the tlehts ol the said decensed
w liliain j. Atlo rtou. I, the nntlerslgned admiiii
trutor, Jtcob Klggle, will on Thursday, the Jiith day
oi .luKuiM, ,i. if. wi, ai ino nour oi in o ciock a.
in,, at the Detiotof the Cnlro anil St. I.nnU rati
road company, at Hodge- l'nrk in suid county, prtv
"tu iiisvii ui iiiioiie sme 10 tne nignesi Diuuer tne
follow ing described real estate, namelv:
Then w n w of S ti, T Ifi, S It 1 west; n w w of
? !.. i it west ; n e n e or s w, T is, s it
a west! tne untlivtu-eu of the o n e, S 34, T IS,
SKiwest; and the undivided one-fourth of the
rollowing described tracts of land. 4 n w V 8 ill
T 1H. S H 2 west : n e s w of S gl. T l'i. S It 'i west
n w cof S tfl.T Hi S ft J west: ee of S IS, T
lti. S I! '.' west; all In Alexander county, Illinois,
and the following described lot in Hodge's I'ark
in s tun Aiextintier county: Lots zsos. g, 4.andtl iu
blockS: lot 7 In block 4: lot No. S. 4 and A In
blocks; lots No. ','.4 aud 8 In block li; lots 8 and It)
block 7; lots o. 4 and t in block S; lot 8. block
14; iots Nos. :i. s, 7 and 9 Iu block 15: lot li block
lti: lots Nos. 1. .1 and 5 In block 17: lot ti block lh:
lot 1 block Hi: lot 1 block SU; lots Nos. 1. 3. 5 and 7
in block til ; lots ;v.os. 4 ant ti Iu block 22: lots Nos
1 S, ami 7 Iu block 2:): lots Nos 2,4 and tt In block
24: and lot 10 In block 1:1. for the ntirnoso ol Hav
ing the debts of the estute ol suid William M, Ath
The term of sale will be one-third cash down.
one third In six months ni.d one-third in one year,
with notes, and also a mortL'iiL'd on the the real
estate sold, to secure the deterred piivmcnts, and
the notes to draw interest at rate of six .r cent
per milium, All sales for ten dollars or less to be
paid down, JACKH HH.t.LE,
Cairo, lil., July 17, lM-n. Administrator,
DMINISTIiATOICS SALE OF REAL ES
A TAT K .
l'llbllc net ce Is hciebv lmvi-ii that liv virtue of a
judgment turn or.ier oi tl.e county court ol Alex-
nutter county. Illinois, mane und entered at tbu
June term thereof. A. 1 . IsNi. m a cniiio where In
hllzuJ. Twetite, atlnilnlstrutrlx of the estate of
Aiexniider Iweiite. deceased, ,wn pliilutltl', and
ldu C. Twilite. Amos A. T.velite. Asa I). Twenle.
Arturll.Twente. F.ra.I. Tweute. John II. ('lurk,
Franklin Illtt.and William lolbert, were del'eiid-
nuts, for the siileof real of real estate to pay tlio
debts of the snld AleMinder 'Iwenle. deceased, I,
the nntlerslgned ailmlnistriitrix us aforesaid, will,
on Wednesday, the 2.lli day of August. 1h8', at
Eleven o'clock a. in , nt the front door of tbu court
house In Cairo, in said Alexander coiintv. nroreed
o sell at public sale, to the highest bidder, the
following described real estate, heo nnd clear of
the dower of the tiiulerilL'tied a wido'.v of tbu said
The undivided five sixths ('.til of the southeast
quarter of the northw est ((tuirter. and of the south
west (tmrter of tlio northwest quarter of ectlou
twentv. Ave CAM in township fifteen, south range
No three cii west of the third principal meridian
In said Alexander count v for the purpose of pay
ing the debts of snld estute.
The terms of sale are. one linlf cash down, and
the balance In one year wi'h note, and also mort
gage on the real estate sold to secure the deferred
payment; said note to hear Interest at tlieraluof
six per cent. ELIZA J. TWfcNTK,
Cairo, in,, July 17, lt-Ni. Administratrix.
Wlterea. John r.tCiamblti and Ella J. Oiimble.
hi wife, did by their deed of trust hearing date
April tlTUi, A. I).. 1871. and recorded In the recotd
er'i olllre of Alexander county, Illinois, April 2Mb
A. D. 1874. In hook "ti" or deeds, page one, etc.,
convey to the nmlersl.'ned trustee, the following
described real estate situate In the City ol Cairo,
ountyoi Alexander and Mat" r Illinois, to wn:
.ot one (1 1 two c!. three CII. four t4i. Ave ifo. six
(Hi, seven (7), eight (hi, nine cm, ami ten (lot, in
block numbered eight i8i, In the first addition lot lie
lily of Cairo, Illinois, in trust to secure the payment
of a certain promissory note In said deed ol trust
described; and whereas default ha been made In
tint payment of said note, ami said note remain
long since past due and unpaid;
Now, therefore, on application of the legal holder
of said note, not Ire I hereby given that the under
sluiifd trustee will, on Siitiirilnytlin 41 li tiny of Hep
tember. A. 1)., 1881 at the door of the court house
In snld county of Alexander and Htnte of Illinois,
at tlio hour of 2 o'clock p. m., of alrt day oiler for
sale and sell, at ptibllo auction. 'o the highest bid
der, fofrasli, the above described teal estate to pay
autl satlsry the amount of principal and Interest
due upon said note, WALTKH 11V M.or,
Cairo, in., iiiuy gn, iwi, Trustee,
Ureuu & Ullhert, attorney.
JV week In your own town, fs outflt ftp. No
Xnllrlsk. Header, If you want Imslms at
which person of either e can make great
pay all (hn time tliev work, write for particular! to
il. UALLETT k CO., l'ortluud.
State of Illinois Alexnniti.rrmtrtv.il
In the circuit court of Alexander county, Sep
tember term. iW).
City National Hank of Cairo vs. Caroline E.Mor
ris Iu her own right, and as executrix of Win. H.
Morris, deceased: Carrie W. Morris. Frederick Sw"
storrls, Charle H. Morris and Marguerite E. Mor
ris. Kill to foreclose mortgaqc.
Notice 1 hereby given of the pendency of th
above suit, and that the time and place of the relam
l summon In the case ison the first day of the next
term of said court, to be holden at the court hono
In the City of Cairo In said County, on the thirdi
Mondaycf September next. JOHN A. HEEVfi
,, , , . Clerk of said Court..
( aim, 111.. August 10th. 188 1.
t.reen & Gilbert, Solicitor for Complainant.
AW YORK SUJST
For the Campaign.
The Weekly San will be found a useful anillarr
hv ui whnnrn pnrinniOv u'n.LUm r.. .1... .... .
v- .7 . . , 1 ' ivi uiciriurni oi
National Government. Helleving that the eviln
w hich have so long beset the country can be cured
ntllv V a l.liun,a r,t Ihu nn 1 n,L
, . J. 1 per. 1 lie pun
dent, Hancock abd English.
in ortier mat an tnnso who sympathize with our
purpose may most efllcleutly co-operate with u.
u-nulll ..,,H Tl. 11 ...... 1 mT. ... -V.i .
1 mm iuu . ,;rijr .-1111 Ull'llins. or singiti
subscrlhers.pnst pald.for TWKNTY-l'lVE CENTS
ui. uu; iivai mree mourns. Adores t
THE SI N. New York Sun.
I BARENTS In search of schools for tholrchlldren
Will ttflil TirnMtini.tnai.a riftliM K...t It. tl
Pinekiiey's School anil College Dircc
' tufv en- i no
At ndtfil FIIP.V, lu n, u,l fciTV.TV C U 1-
... . j uimi, , v ia , c.revii
( atulogiie. til tint best. schtnl furnisheil grtiti. T.
omjiHuiiii i-.ctvEi s Agency for schools
and teacher, llroadwav aud lltU street., New York
NATURE'S GREAT REMEDY, i
CATHARTIC I ALTER1TIYE
I lAMXT TO TU1 TiSTX. ORXlT iricmO FOB
Dyspepsia and Kidney Troubles
Bond 11.00 for X dot, pint bottle. Bold by Dnimrist.
Address ItllUlRa HLMKIUL HrkLIU 10 01 rrAiO, H. I. J
1ADIES AND STOREKEEPER Yon can get
Choice (iootl cheap, by wrltingon a pastal for
our price list, which enab e you to order by mall
t lie best way. and see the mini v kinds of merchan
dise wo keep hirsute at suprislnnly low price. Wo
send samples of Uamburgs, lace, ribbon, fringes
etc., If requeued. Wo sell wholesale and retail
forcashdown A new combination system en
able us to uuotn very close nrices. We haveil.
and SS package of notions which cannot bo
iiitight for twice tlio money elsewhere, all wantod
In every family. Motu v teliirned If not. satisfac
tory lloiiuhton it Diitton, MTreiuout, St. Boston
ST. T.OU1H I.ANV 8CIIO"U Law
l)eartmeiit ot Washington I'ulvcrslty. Fonr
leenth Atuiniil term eommcnciM Wednesday.
October 1:1, 188U, Course of stud v twoiinunul tonna
seven mmitlis each, Student admitted to senior
clas on examination. Tuition. so ner term. Ad
dress. HENRY HlTCIlCO'JK.Deau of Faculty,
t. LOl IN.
A Y EAR and
free Atldres. P.
O. VICKEKlf, Augusta
N'owHpiiiicr AtlvertlNlnuiBurfno 10 Siirut'Mt.N.V,
j T 'A R""' fhancetomakemoii-
I I I I I I ey We need purson to
II i I I every town to take tubacrlp-
I I J I atlon for tho largest, cbeap-
Vl VS ' ,nA h.,.t llllnltl
family nnbllcAtfon In tba
world. Any oneenn uccoine a iuccessful agsat.
Six elegant work of art given frtht to tahirrlber. -
rhe price I to low that almost everybody ub- r
serlbss. One sgenf report taking I'M iohcriber
day. A lady ageut report making n prolt
iu tea day. All wboeugagoniiKo money fast. Yow
can devote all your time tofthe huslnes,or otly your
spare time. You need not be awty from hom
ovsr night. You can do it f well a other. Fv
directions and terms freo. Klegant tndcxpen ,
tyiittlt free. If you want profitable work reitf ,
your addre at once. It cost nothing tu- -
usliiess. No one who engage fall to a,,,"
iay. Adtties ukukus bTlJtSON