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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OnfySIoniin? Daily in Soutlmru IiiIuhIm
Dr. William Shamwood, of Fhilndel
phia, in a recent luuturo on sound, gave
the vocal conipiiNS of a number of tlio
artists in the Maplwion opera company,
now performing in this country. Mira
mon'u comniui is from C to (i in alt,;
Gerstcr's from 1$ to F sharp in alt.;
Cary1 from B to F Hut. Tim present
principal soprano (boy) of Trinity
church has a compass from E to II, with
n voico light and Uuxiblu; another from
11 flat to G. full and strong, though not
flexible. A German boy of the saiuo
rholr seven years ao had a compass
from 0 to V in alt., ovor two octaves,
fairly even throughout, and strung.
There is no dillieuliy in getting a good
high A from the chorus sopranos of this
A burglar was recently caught in a
must interesting stylo in England at
Bournemouth, lie terrified Lady Fa
vcrsham and her young daughter by
coming out of his hiding-place under
the sofa and announcing that he had
been there a wholo day and intended to
let in his companions on t!o following
night to steal and plunder anything
they could lay their hands on. The
courage ami monj mid shown by tlio
two ladies on tho occasion were admir
able beyond all praise. They showed
no f ign of surprise or alarm, rang tho
bell, and quietly ordered tho servant
answering it to hand tho burglar over
to tho police. The burglar, in his turn,
was so taken aback by this presence of
mind and coolness that he forgot to try
to escape, and allowed himself to bo
pinioned liko a bird in a cago. This
fellow had in his pocket a paper con
taining a list of the principal houses in
Bournemouth inhabited by the richest
people, who no doubt would have had
their strong boxes burst open and their
Tho Earl of Nortbbrook, first lord of
the admiralty, recently told a deputa
tion of temperance people that tho gov
ernment intended to stop the rum ration
to naval officers and to boys up to tho
age of twenty. To induce tho men to
give up their ration it was intended to
issue, besides tho tea and sugar, a ra
tion of soluble chocolate in the middlo
of the night watch. It is also proposed
to Increase- tho allowance to abstainers,
which is now about four and a half
pence per week, although tho retail
value, duty added, is about one shilling
and nino pence. Suuli an increase
would cost tho country from jCIO.OOO to
Arithmetic by Inverso Ratio.
"John, take this slate, you rascal and
work out this sum: if a cat falls into
a well sixty feet deep and crawls out six
feet each day, falling back eight feet
every night, how much time would tho
cat require to get out of the wclli1"
John set to ciphering, and covered
both sides of his slate with ligures; then
placing one edge, of his slate on his
knees, and resting h'w chin on the other,
ho gazed into vacancy.
"Well, John, how about the cat?"
"Father, I ain't got any more room
on my slate; but if 1 had another square
I'd have that cat in h I in tlnvn mln.
KKAZIElt's HOOT JIITTEIIS.
If you are weak, or languid, use Frazier's
If your flesh is flabby and your com
plexion sallow, use Frn.ier's Hitters.
If you live in x malarial district, use
If worn down with the care of children,
use Frazier's Bitters.
If you have got tho blues, use Frazier's
If you have kept late hours and lived
contrary to the luwaol health, use Frazier's
If vou need toning up, take Frazier's
If you have abused instead of used na
ture's gitts, use Frazier's Bitters.
If you fuel old before your time, use
If life has become a bunion and you have
gloomy forebodings, use Frazier's Bitters.
If your bonds tremble and your eyes have
grown dim, Frazier's Boot Bitters will
make you feel young again. Sold by all
druggists everywhere at the low price 1 00
per bottle. Fhank 8. Henuy & Co.,
An old Darkey Baptist Minister used to
lay particular stress on tlio fact, that the
Testament whilst ullu.linL' to John tiik
Baptist, never speaks of John run Moth
odist, or John .tub Presbyterian, or John
tub Episcopalian. It's a wonder he didn't
say it was a pity Spring Blossom was not
known in tho time of lob, for it's a certain
euro for Boils. Prices: 1, 60 cents and
trial bottles 10 cents.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed ut night and broken
of your rest by a sick child sutl'erlng and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at onco and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little HUlfercr immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
and give rest to the mother, ajid relief and
health to tho child, operating liko magic.
It is perfectly sale ti use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of onu of the oldest and best female
physicinns and nurses in the United States.
Hold everywhere. 25 .,,.,), a bottle.
A Blue. Hibbon Convert.
Tiio mun was old he smelt of rum
He'd been ou a pretty considerable bum;
His eyes they ran, his body shook,
He looked lino a resurrected spook;
A friend ho thought to ruforui him would
Bo a bottle of Spring Blossom at once did
It did tho work and hi friends he'll tell,
Never whiskey more will lie taste or suiell
Prices: $1,50 cents ami trial bottles 10 cts.
Boiut, pimples, and all blood diseases itro
cured by "Dr. Undsey's Blood Searcher."
Hold by all druggists.
Cleveland Penny presii. ,
At an early age I was left an orphan,
but 1 had the good fortune to bo adopt
ed by my uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
I'urlan. When I had become nearly of
age. I spent a certain winter with them
in Florence. I had tno reputation of
being a belle and a beauty, mid 1 had a
rival in an intimate friend, a Russian
Countess, who was one of the most fas
(dilating persons I ever knew, und yet
was largely devoid of sincerity. Vo
were both in love with u graceful Eng
lishman, Leon Mayhew. 1 believed Ins
heart was surrendered to tho Countess
Nndine, until ono evening ho told mo
that I was the object of ids affection.
My aunt was a very queer character.
She was possessed of a prudish virtue.
Shu starved hut her sin, but sho starved
something else a sort of heathen biirut
ollering went up interminably from her
altars, but she remained ntself-satislied
mid very selfish woman. For some
reason or other she haled Leon May
how. My uncle, tm easy-going man,
was her slave, lie left Ids fortune to
tho cure of his agent, mid his happi
ness to tho care of his wife; they both
lost for him.
A superb fancy ball came off, und my
undo expressed himself proud of me.
As I look back at the occasion, through
years of chilling sorrow and disappoint
ment, I wonder at the cruelty of fate
that can tako a woman from such tri
umphs as these to a condition wholly
disproportionod to her strength and ex
perience. But I must not murmur.
Nadine was there, glowingly beauti
ful and magnificently attired. Tho lirst
stub I received was to see Loon bond
ing over her with an adoring smile,
while Im gave men cold and formal
bow. Still, I dwell in an atmosphere
of compliments, and my silly little
head was turned. Leon canio tardily
to a-k me to dance, and I refused him
For that piece of folly I was to suffer
twenty years. It was but a few mo
ments" after that my hostess introduced
me to a man with a young face and
perfectly white hair Mr. l'ercdval. His
face gave me. the feeling that it was a
mask, so contradictory were its expres
sions of eye und mouth, tho former liko
a basilisk, and the latter, linn and
cruel, lie was lavish in compliments.
When we got homo my aunt was in n
bad humor, and my uncle endeavored
to propitiate her.
"Our little Annette has 'had a brill
iant success, my dear. I think she has
captivated the rich Mr. Pcrcival, of tho
"I hope my nieco will marry for
something better than money," said my
It was years before I found that she
had dismissed Leon, and brought about
my interview with" Pcrcival, under her
mask. In a few days my uncle brought
me a formal proposal of marriage from
liiin. I married him. I told him I did
not love him, but he said he would lovo
me enough for both. He told me of his
estates, and the position I would have
n.s a Southern lady. We were married
in" Paris, and took a tour through
.Switzerland. Then 1 lirst made the ac
quaintance of his colored servants
Ca'sar, his valet, and Batavia, Cicsar's
wife, whom ho wished mo to lake for
my attendant. "Bat," as she was
called, was an ugly, repulsive yellow
On our trip being ended, we took our
journey to my new home. It was ex
ternally handsome, but within torn ami
damp hangings, iilternato squalor and
magnificence, dirt and disorder and
splendor contended for the mastery. I
bad a heartache at the thought of my
condition. It was but a few moments
before my husband introdured me to
bis sister, a tall, still', severe, unhappy
looking woman, who formally wel
comed mo home. I was shown to my
room, when I threw myself on the bed
and wept the violent nnd unreasonable
tears of youth. A gentle hand was laid
on my prow, ami a genuo voice sain:
"Please, missus, let Uio take
I looked up and saw a compassionate
face. "Who arc you?" I asked.
"Please, missus, Fsu Phillis. l'so
gwino to wait on you."
the was kind and faithful. Soon af
ter 1 descended to dinner, where I found
Miss Pcrcival mistress of the house. I
did not attempt to trouble her, my de
jection was too deep. Mr. Pcrcival had
sunk into a gloom v, queer slate. Ho
was afraid of his sister, and afraid of
Bat, who appeared again, dominant, on
tho scene. One day I heard a strange,
gloomy cry como from the hall below,
and then a struggle. I rim out and
looked down, ami saw Pcrcival strug
gling with two men servants, who were
calling aloud for Bat. His white hair
was in tho wildest disorder, his cravat
torn olf, and ho was raving. I rushed
to his aid, when Miss Pcrcival came and
siezod me behind.
"It is only ono of my brother's at
tacks," she said. "Bat knows what to
do." And soon tho negro woman took
him away into a hum room.
Tho mask of Mr. Pcrcival had fallen.
Ho was a maniac, tho inheritor of his
mother's malady, and Ctesar and Bat
wero his keepers. Ho had married me
with this terrible secret untold, and I
was hero, under his power, and under
the eye of his sister. My uncle was
dead; ho died shortly after my ninr
rhigej and my aunt, I knew, would not
befriend me; whither should 1 turn, aht
whoroP I wrote Homo despairing let
ters to Northern friends, hut Miss Pcr
cival was too good a watchman, and
thoy Dover went to their destination.
She affected surpriso when I told her
that I knew nothing of Pereival's nmla
dy, and said that ho told my uncle and
aunt. She advised mo never to men
tion his trouble- to him, but to receivo
him with calm iuitill'crcMco, Ho did re
cover in a few days, and was kind and
attentlvo to me. Within a few years
two children were born, one of whom 1
named Leon ami the other Nadine.
On through live vein's morn of sor
row I lived, Mr. Pcrcival never un
kind to mo, but witli this dreadful ghost
between us. I began, however, to per
ceive that his health was heller, and I
devoted much time to studying the phy
sical eanso of these attacks, and 1 sue
(H'oded sometimes in averting them.
Wu took a journey to the North, and
at a great ball we met Lord Alley lie and
Ids beautiful wife. Judge of my sur
priso, on imn!tiii(f them, to find they
wero Leon and Nadlnu. He canio to
tue and told ino all that had passed;
j How his father and elder brother had
TJIK 'DAILY OAIKO 'UULLKTIN;
died, nml how lie had followed Nadine
to Husia and married her. Leon
looked long and pityingly in my eyes;
he was regretting my lost happiness.
At this moment a loud shriek rang
from the supper room. Mr. Pcrcival
had been siezed with ono of his worst,
attacks, lie was in the grasp of two or
three men. I threw my shawl over
him and led him away. As 1 did so t he
last pair of eyes that met mine were
those of Nadine.
Alter our melancholy return home,
the war broke out between the North
and the South. Pcrcival, again In im
proved health, was full of enthusiasm,
and ready to obey tho call to arms. His
sister warmed to fury against tho North.
I, passive, pale, miserablo, hugging my
unconscious children to my heart,
fought the gialit Despair. They left
mo- Pcrcival for the held, with Ciesar
and Bat for his attendants; Miss Pcrci
val to bo matron of a hospital. I had a
hard fight to keep tho wolf from the
door. 1 suffered for food and clothing;
bill a few faithful blacks never left me,
and wo lived.
Without warning, ou a certain day,
Mr. Pcrcival made his appearance. Ho
had never been so kind and lovable as
ho was on that occasion. It was at a
time when prospects seemed good for
the Confederacy. His health had been
absolutely improved, ho said, by camp
life, and Ciesar, who canio home with
him, told mo that lie had had no recur
rence of his terrible malady.
At length tho time arrived for him to
leave us again.
He, clasped mo in his arms and said:
"My poor, patient Anneto, I owe you a
great reparation. You havo been sac
rilicod -forgive me."
In vain did I try to detain him. I
forgave him tho wrong he hail done
me, but it was too Into. I never saw
him again until ho was brought homo
dead. Ilo fell at Chattanooga. The
majestic, wasted figure lay in state in
his own ruined hall cro wo buried it in
tho earth. On his breast lay an em
broidered gauntlet; it was a part of the
fancy dress which I had woru at the
ball in Florence where wo met.
"Massa always wore that, missus,
and he told me to bury it with him,"
said Ciesar. "It was in his breast
pocket when ho was shot."
Yes, I saw a drop of Llood mingling
with the embroidery of myrtle and
roses on tho little gauntlet, and the
dress which had brought us together
w as with him to the last.
Miss Pcrcival still lives, but our rela
tions and intercourse are by no means
(dose and companionable. As to the
Countess Nadine, she deserted her hus
band, Lord Alleyne, disliking English
life, and preferring the green cloth of
Baden Baden to the green turf of his
fine English estates. Alas! how mys
terious are the circumstances of life,
and how sad is fate.
Given up by Doctors.
''Is it possible that Mr. Godfrey is up
and at work, and cured by so simple a
"I assure you it is true that he is entiiely
cured, nml with nothing but Hop Bitteis;
and only ten (In) 9 ago bis doctors gave him
up and said he must die!''
"Well-a-day! That is remarkable! I
will go this day i nd get some for my poor
Geoigc I know hops are good." Sulein
Jacoh Lokckman, 274 Clinton street,
Buffalo, N. Y., says has been using Dr.
Thomas' Electric Oil for Rheumatism; he
had such a lame IihcIc he could not do any
thing, but one bottle has, to use his own
expression, "tun d him up." He thinks it
the best thing in the inaikct. Paul G.
FACTS THAT WE KNOW.
If you are suffering with a severe Cough,
Cold, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption,
loss ot voice, tickling in the throat, or any
ulfection of the throat or lungs, we know
Du. Kino's Nkw Discovkuy will give you
imiuiiliate relief. We know of hundreds
of cases it has completely cured, and that
where all other medicines had tailed. No
other remedy can show one-half as many
permanent cures. Now to give you satis
factory proof that Du. Kino's Nkw Discov
kuy will cure you of Asthma, Bronchitis,
Hay Fever, Consumption, severe Coughs
and Colds, lloarsness, or any Throat i
Lung disease, if you will call at Geo. E.
O'llara's drug store,Cairo Ills., you can get
a trial bottle free of cost, or a regular size
bottle Mil .00 (2)
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Neivo Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to Ml Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
City Ci.khk'h OmcK, l
Canto, in... March nth, ISM f
I'ahtlc notice In hereby ulvmi Unit on Tucsdisy,
the. l!Hh ilnv of April. A I lS.Sl.il Kcliernl elec
Hon will lie held in till! oily of Cniro, Alexander
com I v, stunt of I linold, for tin' iducllon d thu
fo liming iiuiiiL'tl olllecrs, A Mnvor. Cilv Clerk,
City Treasurer, City Attorney, Police Mniil.tintc.
nml our Aldcruiiiti from until of the. live unrein of
thccliy. Kurtlm inupnm ofsnld uhelinti polls
will In- oM'u (I ut the tiillowinn nnnicd pint cs, vix:
lu tliu Kirst Wuril, nt tin) Athi'in'iim bulldlm;, on
Cnninicrclul nvcniio hctwi.cn Mx,li nnd Seventh
streets; In tlic riicund YVnrd ill the cliulne hnusu
of Uio Itoueli mill Honr'y lire, coiiiiiiinv: in tho
Third Wnro.iit tin itnuluc houseof the lllbnrn nn
lire company; In llm l'niirlh Wiird, Ht thii r.inirt
honsc: in t lie Infill Wuril, nt the slorehouai! hulld-
inii nl' JnnirH Cnrrnll, on the iiorlhwct corner of
Twi'iily-rliriith street mid Cnninicrclul avenue,
tinld election will heopened ut olnht o'clock In the
morning mid I'onlliiiiu open until seven o'clock in
the iifti'rnocin of sninc dny.
lty order of thu City Cuiinr.l1.
1). J. KOI.EV, City Clerk.
rpAX ITKCIIASKH'S NOTICE.
To Dnnlel W. Munn und nil other persons Inter
Yon urn hereby notified thnt nt fiile of renl en
tut o, Intliu county of Alexander nml "tiitenf tHlnnl,
for delinquent luxe, inndii by the county collector
of mid county, Ht the. mmlhwoi'terly ilimr of tin)
court Iiouhc, In the city of Cnlro. In snid county und
Htntn, on the iwenly-llrnl ( -Jlnt) dny ol Juli, A.).,
is;il, (leoru'ii Ktsher pnreliiiMi d the followlnu lu
scrllied rent okIiiUi. Minuted in t lie Klrnt addition to
llm city ol Cairo, county of Alexnnder and ntuto of
lllliioln, lor Hie tnxcii line nun mipnitl tlicreon for
the j'l'iim IMTll. 1877 unci tK7S, toKulher with nil pen
nltlen, Intercut und conln, culd rt'Hl ch,o being
tnxed In Hie iiiiuni of Ditnlul W. Mil mi, to-wit:
Loin numbered twenty-live (Wi), twcmy-nix (1),
tweiity-Kuven (i7 twnt,v-eli(lit (8H, tweiity-tilni)
(!!M). thirty (WD. llilrly-iwe,(Hl), tlilrly-twn(), thir
ty thrco (ail), thirty four (.'Mi. thirty-live Mf), thirty
dlx (Sin. thlily-Kcvcu i:l7), tli'rtv-i'lk'ht (:is), thirty
nine (iimmid foily (40) nil In block numbered fifty
oeven (57). In Hie cirri addition to t hu city ol'Cnlro,
In the rniiiity of Alexntidnr nml Ktnto ol IlllnoU,
n nd thnt the titan nllowiid by luw for Hid redemp
tion of nld rcul ovtiitt) will expire, on llm twutity
llrnt CilHtMliivof.lnly.A. I-, 1MSI, mid that the
cert K)ciite of purdmnu Iihvm been duly nnxlBiiod
tnnio. (IKO. 8. HIMIKK,
Cairo, tll April II, 1SK1, Akuco.
SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 16 1881.
M KMC Ah.
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backacho, Soreness of tho Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and .
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
No Preparation nn earth chimin St. Jacobs Oil. as
ft an fr.mirr, im0' and cheap KxUirnnl Kctumly.
A triiil entails but the rnnipnrntividy trillinir outlny
of ftO d'hli, mill every one MificriiiK with paiu
cun hnvc cheap und )witive proof of its cluiius.
Directions lu Eleven I.anjtinKes.
SOLD BY ALL DEDQGIST8 AND DEALEE8 IN
A. VOGKLER & CO.,
llaltimorti Jf d V. S. J
ST. .1 A CO I IS OIL, sold
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Lonsof nppotite.Nausea.bowels costive,
Pain jrilheHeiid,with a dull sensation in
fie bnxk"piirt7Pain under' the nhouldor
blade, fullness after eatinK, with a disin
chnation to exertion ofbody" or mind j
Irritubilityof teniper,'Low spirits. Loss
ofjmembryjwith a feeling of having neg
lected some duty, weariness, Dizziness,
i'luttering-of the Heart, Dots before the
eyes,' Yellow bkin, H eadacho, Kestless.
nessat uicht,"h"iehly colored Urine.
CT.Trp-wg.vc.ijnrffiu. ouu!)i ut UtVtLOPED.
TUTT'S PILLS "recMpi'i'lullyailiiiited to
mull VHMi'H,oiio done t-il'ccU Niirliiiiiiiingii
nt feeling iih to HHtonihli tlio millcrcr.
They liieri'iiM' ! A M-I He, and chiiM)im
holly to ThUi (in llm The NX-tiem In
liourlIM'l. ii i el by lie irTonlr Ai-llonmi the
IHueatlteOrvniiK, Iti icol.-ir MimiIk are nr
ill I. I'rlce , -.ot.H. M Tliirnn St.. V.W.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Oiia v If AtnorWiiiRKKKs changed to mitmy
l'.I.Ai K hy a HillL'le lllllrat.ill of UliK Dvk. It
Imparts a nittiiral color, nets Intlitiit.iiiiKiiiHly.
hold liy 111 lli.'L'l 'lavjr t-enl t.y exprerts on leoijit ol II.
Office, 35 Murray St.. Now York.
(Ilr. It TT'S H IM AI, uf l.lL.hlo InrnraiiMiia Met k
l-ful llrrrliiU will l,r iu.ll.il tUt.t un p'llrmllu. J
TUTT'S PILLS sold l,v 1IAUCLAV 15UOS
m NOTTS 1 'A TENT
u Double Bone Corset.
f' M i'l "i"""lt' w ith Two Ijows of Hones,
7i'iVi I'hin-d "tii! upon the oilier, on each
) "idf. iriiini! it duiililt) str tiL'ih und
; .... I LiS?!JJ'eliiclieiiy. and will punitive. y no
m'Jp- lip'iik itowii on the sides.
V- rient liy n i ii. i on re Tipt uf ?l ,'.')
1-1KI.1), l.blTKIl i CO., Uiieiwo, Hi.
SPI.KN (ill) ('hunee lor Oeuc.nil Stori',,l!t'SINF..S.
oilier InteresiH r(j nlring my atienlion, I oiler nt
u liiiiiiin n miiiiII pioi-k of liurilwuie. A.,"., ullh a
Inrizi' two Ktorv finrii-hfitisu, with plrnsnnt dwell
fni! Kliove; hImi, my i l room d wel lliiir on ndjolninx
liloi k. m it li I'lii'ots und liorclicK ; iilso, wood, ice,
hinoke, celliir, nml other oiH-Ikiiim'k ; on niii.lc
L'roniiil". well mrt willi fruit", mid nil In A 1 ordi r.
Could luke "onie Western liiml in iliu truth' : or. II
jiren r'i'il, will relil for n lenn, sul'j' ct to siile, uiy
un renter the refiiful. Kor ptirt iiMilurn mldn ss un
Uursiijin d nt New llnrllu, 111.
J. U. UATtV.
Bauer Mf'g Co.
BT. T.OTTIH. MO.
Itorltonlnl ud Trlll Cum
Mllii, Co.,l'i !?twraiini la-
Bowl of Burly Amber and
Barlj Orange Subw Can.
wftrranl.i fra.h anil hup. Ia
il.ul ou luig, u) null, til lri.r qutOUIlM. hy trMht or
Mi.rl, I0n. porn,. ,w i, folr doMrlblni V.n.UM,
Hull, Plmilnij, CiiltlTatloo, MMbllwrT and lUuulKWr,
few, b uml,
A (IA1 Hill. II! MAM ,,l'...l
husinem dispnsiiloii und
Mlemle luiltitu t.,u, ..... 1
hurt illstntirps in sectloii In which Im resides.
Apply, with reference, to liHNZIdKU lilCO'J'll
Klth.iWl HrimdiMiy, Ni w York.
Mil I" Ml'll I'1'"'" Tcli'priiphyl Knrn $10
1 Ullll ill 11 t0 im )n,n- HraduHiup
triinrniileed Imyliis olllcen. Addriiss Vulentliiu
Hros,, ilnni'svllle. Wis.
A YEAH and exptmncs to
neurits. Outllt fri'O Address. 1,
u. VICKKHY. Augustn. Maine
S!(('l yt-'nr to nu'cnts, nnd i-xpcnses. Jin Outfit
frco. Adilrc-sF. Swain A Co.,Augustn,Mu
rAX l'l'ltl'IIASIilCS NOTICE.
To Nicholas Wllllnttis, Tunli-I Hulil, or liny other
person or persons. Interested :
You nre herchy notlllcd tlmt, nt a snle of real cs
tattt, In Ihecoiinly of Alexnnder nnd stiitu ol
nols, hi tl by the county collector ol snld county. nt
Ilia innth-wi'stcrl)' door of the court houso, in lliu
cltv of Cnlrn, In suiil contil y nnd stnli'.on the iilh dny
or July. A. 1). Wa, Augustus Willlutns purchased
thu I'ollowltigili'Hi'rilieii reul cstntu, slttiuled In tlio
Kotirth ndilllinn to theclly oft'niro. coiinlvol'Alex
nnder nnd stnte of I llnols, lor tho tuxes 'dun nnd
nupnld thereon rortlmyi- rA.I) lH;.1,li-T(i,IH77 nnd
1HVH, toiretherwIUi petinltles nnd costs: snld renl
csttttehi'liiKtiixed In tliennnmof Mc.holns A'llllnin,
to-wl: hols nuinhi'red thirty four (;M) tlilrtv-Bvo
in block numbered twenty (i), In tlin Fourth
nddltloti to tliii cIIt of Ciilto. county of Alexnnder
nnd Htntu of Ills. Tlin Vnw nllowctt by Inw for tho
redemption of snld renl osliitu will citplrn on ibo
iinth dny or July, A. J. lw. '
Cnlro, III., April 13, A. I). ISM.
H El fW! eii E sl!
GET THE BEST !
LEAD ALL OTHERS!
Every Style & Price.
Improvomoiit3 aai Conveniences found In
For Sale in Every City and Town
In tho United States.
ami l.y A. HAUKY. Cairo, III.
Kor nil soldiers dlmbh d in V. S. service, und for
heirs ol deceased no lli rs,
Kor soldiers wlo-e rate of pension is too low,
Due nil sold'er-ili-rhnr'.'i'd fur woiimls or other
Injury inol ulseascl, who linc lutleu l recciM; u,
COI'IES OF LOST DISC'IIAKGKS
Send to:-cent slumps fur hint. ks nnd "clrculnr
of lurorinnlion to
STODDAKT & ('.,
Solicitors of cluiius. Iloom lit ( loud DuildlUK.
WASHINGTON, U. C.
V J? 5 - i B ,V fc.
A nimble Discovery and Kfw 1 feruirtnn, In MM.
leal h. ii m, aa HDiimly NuwmiiJ rvmiv.ir rt..r
JUjIiiwIt lor I Im H.y unit ".rnionH'uro( Benil
oiu i.mlHnl,r. wul Iimwuincy hy thn only tru
way, via:; Direct Aprlicitlon tot tin nrinrl!,! Wt
nl tlin iM.as, a-tituj liy Absorption, r"l rtlDif
ItnrpwIlleinlliH'aeH nn I he Hemiuiil Vi'iil. !., Kjuc
ulutory Iin.lH,l'ro8t,itOliiii(l,iii,i Unithrti. Ill
uminl tin, 1'.iiie.lyUaiU'ndiKt liti nn p.iiu or inroa
T"Olni, anil li- H ot lntrfrw Willi Hi., onlinarf
I'liroiituol lilni It it quickly diswilrrd ami wio al
KtIxJ, ir.Klucimi an !nim,-dlai.i4utlilnttaod mUir
ativo t iiKa Ii.b Nnuiil aii'l nrrtmn nrtiul
tiooHr"erl from rlf-;ilm and n,-n, Ht.,i,iiuf
IhH drain from tho bj-t. i'i, r".Uiruur Hin nimj to
health nJ jkjund racmoi y. rpiuovioK tlm liimnesa
of famht, Anrvoii loljUity, Conriudun of Ideoa,
ATFrslun to 8oei'!ty.oU;.,etc., and tlmapiwaranco
or prBiuuturo old ai; otmllv a'--oinjnujina' tlilt
trouhle, ami r-it.irinir iirt.Ti. tk'xmd Viaor. whr.
It baa lmn d'lrtn-tnt for vkipi. U hi. mode uf trat
m.at has stood tlm t't la v-r? amen, ciwea, and la
niiwatiroueiinixwl micium, IiriiKart)oniiu li
H-rlliwl Intltmi tn.iililqn, an'i.as tnany ran Imar U
dwiui.wIIIi hut lintnll any iTinii"ut'i.l. 'J'hera
lDoNnu"niu,aliuiittlil 1'r. iwruili.o. 1'ra. Heal oh
K'ryatliineni'lilini u k.iiui.jt Kunrmitwi that It
will irivoHutujfiictlon. Uiirinc II.h uhl ynn that
It baa h,a In irural uiw, w have ihouundiiof ti I.
fimlalatto lis valnn. and lllsiniMrcinrMlHil hvlha
ledlial lmf,..nlnn Ujla thn irewt rntl'mnl minii jet
dlscovMD"! ot reai hlng Jnil curl I lu v.t; iinivalent
tniublM, that la mill kaiiwatnlintliHraiiNniil unt.il
nilwrr to so many, and um wlmin quiu M pn-r writli
thnlr uw.lMi ni-lrum iiu l bl leca. 'I h lUniwt
Is nut ii In neat buiin.nr tiirH. Ir.ua. No. l.iKnovuil
tnlatanioutli,i$ai No, ii, isiitbclent tortlm't aper
Dinnat curn, iinlena la never,, t'li-u-n,) $&; No, 3.
Ilaating or thr' uimitbn, will rt-.ii emlitHlnna ami
renUira vbrnr In llie eri rneH,l 7. rtnnt by mall,
wM, In plain rapr. nil DIKECHONtl for
Uainir will iwennitmntr EACH 1IOX.
ll iu iu lny ttitotnlntl I lliixlralimm V
mid lenrioimi v, u hii li inlt courtlier 1
tlio to( Hl.eplli ft Hint thru ran tor,
rvxttiri il tu tii rlrrt tiitiulitMHf.aml III. W
I tnl tr the iliihr uf inr, m.iiho us f
Vttrrvr ufferteil. Sultl O bit
HARRIS REMEDY CO. hlFC CHEMISTS,
Market and Oih Sl$. ST. LOUI8. Mo.
17 St. CIiiirh'H Sfri cl, St. Louis, JIo.
A sawtilarHmibi.il,, uf two M.-lleul rilli":e, him Iutq
Innuer liM-eteil th.iti iniy ni in., IMtvli I'.'i lii Ul bun In ,,
rlty iiuth Kin. ni, d nil i.,l ,e,ii,-niH kin.. riy.mi
Oonorrhu'ti.Ol"' t, 8lin.ttitu.0rt lutio. Hiiptiir..,ull
Urinary Bypbllllio or MurcurliU Aflni tlou ut
Throat, HImi or .'lopcn nit. d Hi.lely, IJi Ivntoly.
Bporni.ilon I'iii,Ui; tui.l ilebiiltv nml Iiiiputency
M tlmri'iiult'il h' if-Alm-'i, w,u.il e, .''.i In iniiinrr
ynri,orovhr hr,ilti,,tk, .i.'l'i';liii.'l'rirviiii.n..t,H,'iiilii.
nl cml.si'inH, delilliiy, dnioi' h.i nt t,t; hi.d"f"i tm iiihiii
ory, iihyHlenl dt 'tiiy, iiviuhhiii to mniniy c'lnfieiien of
I'Imiin, Inieinf rweliml txiWMr.nlL-'ht liiHiii'H,rerifMrli,i: lour
rlnit iniproiibr-.iire jieruiantiul ly cured. 'nnRiiltutlnu
ntnfncu or by rt.-til (rwi nnd Invited. I'ltrnphji.t ntn,
stamp. Mudleini'S sent liy mull or oxprM, fun..
P'l.irniitcwl, WHnr dnubt exl-ilK It I.h truukly .tnd,
MARRIAGE I P?&
pMIs. I GUIDE!
Th whol Ktory, wolf "tlu.iii it Ih (nn to lilr, (mi tho
fnlluwlnw hiiIijimMh: Wtn tii'iy niurry, wti't riol, why.
Mitntl'MHl, Wnnirtiihooil, IMiyxh-al )lncny. Whu ntunil'1
TPiKry ; how liffi nrxt h.iipint(H iituylm InrrniiMMl ; ntfi'd -i
of rclldiiry nti1 oh hhii, tinil in. m v nt'im. 'J'hishM murriil
frron(j'ini,liitlnaiUJtrriiii.riHljouli iiA L tlnn k nt
dnr liM'k nml kr 25 CtB. ty mull in moui-y nr mm
tn(T. KnfflHh flfriiimi- rrt'iich rml utifl unnkon.
YVtmkriHH, JjOh). MuiiIkxmI, Nm vounnitriH,
fiWucUvu iMnniory itnl J lnrili'H hrouthtun liy Htlr
AttuK. Any i!rn.'nM.hiw thu liuriMiisi. Ht. Louia
Vnrntlw InwtXfihlMt.lMinrlpHt. Mn,
70BChennutSt, 8t. Loula, Mo. nt, old nfflcs,
ooutluu.M in mini bnci iimuiri iiuin, Munitnul Week
nosa.IinpoUmoM.ll lnniin.it Bypliilib,(Joiioii'bani,
Olnet, U rinai y or lilndder dlHeiiBca. lt.icent eii.es
cured Inn few duys. All tlm dliuneu". riiMiltlnu f i ".t
oir-olniKc, ex,'HHH,,anrnicMiiir -tinwi for lib. with unfit
mndlclnn, Ailv loo fr. (Iliariiiis low. Cullnr wrlla
In strict rnntldenra, Hymptom XouK fort wn sin mp
hiiiljiiinif Cli4jithrii nn A ( in)iipiitji Wmitau.
luii'd, Sciirh'n of wifi, Kvilfii''i'ii of Vlrriii
ill, TuiMimriiiiDMU. MrnliU. A'vm- In tlr.il.
'ten. m ( .M.ar. i MstHMi'.nt lnt4"l.
na.. H'l.or. r II,
til, U- ami I . -,(a II Itouflix I Mit
I t.. t .a ..I MM,. ,H 1 ,
Lll UifhU ol Ha'
luttinn fnim inipurr umihI uttmrtittitib
i, mil mi iflf ilnii (lit
V.f.M, wf mi MtashiH tiu.r.
l , h'iI inta, A l" l"
t, ijttHiritM "l Itirai
mark Ihal la m( ih hi Mliat I -
i.iii llsali. ire! .,nr M,ai,l
lull .WU I
i lb', i'l.i 1,
(Th. Uaiu tntiiat all 1 .-fTtitiii fWi lll'PTniR U mnA hiM ''iatn-
tJ4 tJlli, f.l kaaiMlbatii tLl Hrf Kill rMKI lli iii,, Im b, adtaUa. 1
BUTTS' PISPInSART, ln. in w. Nil. m Ht, I i. ,
NKW ADVE KT18K M ENT8 .
TANTr.D. Miiiiufncturliiit contern wnntn
IT husinnsn man In (Jnlro, und lnovii y city i not al-
reiitlv ink' 11.1 A Inw liuiidruu dollnn tiecussary to
ptiy for li'tixi n rtullvcry nfu'r orders hnvo been
feiiired lor tbu suuiu. flMI per moiitli profit
t'unr infill, Tbu most seaicbitiu InnhllKBtioii
(.olicit. d A. W AKNOl.D CO , corner f irst
btreel und Jtruuilwny , llrunklyn, N,
THE MILD POWER
Humphreys Homeopiitmo BpucincB
l-roved from ntni'le exierlenee nil entire
success, hliiii'le, I'minpl. I.lllcli'iil, and
Iteliiilile, tbey nn. tbu only llittdieines
udupiiid to popular n-.
LIST I'lllNI'll'AI. SOS. ITIIKS. l'nlC.
M 1. Ki'vi-rs, Cniiiiei-tl.'ii, Inllnninintloiis, ,r.
H i U i.rms. Wmin l ever Worm 'olio. .
a. i rvinu I niii'.or le.-iiiniH''. '''".',
4. Illiirrl.cn of I bllilreii or A. lulls, .
IIVNenterv. Oilpluu, lllllous folic,
bolera .tlorbii., V.hiiIIiiik,
7. CiiiiuIim. t:old. llrolicliitlH,
H. .ellr.iluln, loolinielie, l liccliclic, ,'J'i
. Ilendaebe., Hlek llea.luelies, Vertigo,
10. I)viepiala, ldllolia hlnliile ll, - .'X
II. f i.lilirr.Mrd or I nlnlul I criods,
liiliH. t.H profile,, l'i-rl".l., ,'i
i:l Croon, i.'ouuli. litnieuli Iii-i-j.i Ii Iiil. . .'J-'i
II. Hnlt itbeinii, KrVKlpi'bia, KrupllniiH,
i.i ii mi , ini , i.nruiiim it" lailli,
III. I i'ter mid A a lie. I bill. 1'tvcr, Aiiilei, '"
17. I'll.'.. Hlln.l or llleeilliiK, ... . .Mi
Id. Cnliirrli, aeiile or chronic; I11llue117.11, Mi
Jil, liooplnii Coiiali. vlob tit t .'nub, ..'in
! U. lieiiernl llelillllv. I'bys'l VVeakucKa, :.'
Klilney l!en', Mi
Jt. ler.oil. i,,.,niiiy , niii-riiiinurrueil, I. '.I
ii. I rllll.rv cnliiie. WetllniMlie li.
U. Illenr ol Ibe heart, l alpltutloti. Ml.
fill Cllir ,IJ "HitltBi",.," 7 ......
orliinle Mill, free of churn.', on r. Ipt of
r..r It. ii. i,,.,.' H....L ,aa
I ilUeii.e. ilc. II u paxeai, ulao lllualruleil
l nilll'l.ilr, rur.n. ...
Aibli.-, Iliiniiibrrya lloniriipnlhlr
I .Med. Co., 10!) l-ultuu (sl.. Ae Vork.
JILMI'lUIY'S IHiMKOPATIIKJ SIEDI
("INKS, m.lil liy UAUCI.AY liUOS.
(ilvolnMiiiitr. Iluf andisanlnfalliblo
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Holil by Pmu'irKiicvcryirhrro. rrlc. It mip' r t
firviiHi'lnyiuail, Kamiilea Sent Jr-r to I'liyslrtmn
llill siiir'T-'ra. ny i . ruiti,.-in.-r a a
I. p-rfci'tlT ptu... rrononnr d ihi tH,l T the hith-
f.l Ul'l'' il .VlttloMti-. Ill lli W.iI.l 1,., , IU4li.'
award nt i'4 W.nt r K s r-, i . v, I -l 1'iru I .7
mji) uurt'.u, w u bCUitrrr.Li.t4 co y
MOM.KK'S COD LIVKII OIL, f-M l.y
HAIK'I.AY PliOIIf KllS.
lnan Hs -wi B''ir'5
fur all T'.mia 4 Mava'ina.Mji. iv .;
rurt fur fill. y.uUft'ta ami .Vcn X'.,;, i.
sri tisM if uu dlrril, .Vn F.itni'rr
hrttUay iu. Treatls? at l tl tr! tiollit)lri
riti'atint,thy ty:..s npre.a-, !"n4 nam
P. II, and f.rr dilri-M t l bu. K 1.1 N U, 1
Arth.-L I'liiktl. .pbla. I'o. iycr iirinctiHUUi-iiMUi,
Vl.fintjt inedHne. iUAIfs SOI.mi.K MKnt.
CATF.I) IkjUjIKS. J'awuU-d Oclobar 16, l-'X
No. 1 will firt any f In f.nr days, or lw.
No. 2 will f'VS.VMp,ml oht."' uk, nu uulkr
'7 "anstout d -el of entwrsi. topalbt or nil of
JniUlwood. tint are certain I., pr?MurVlr.. "r"a
h d. .ir..yin tun r..tiCT of lm Z'mi'h o
ffiJSKll,,u 10 pr"'uc
niaiVcd". J' receipt of'nrp-I. ALL "8T8. or
f or f' li. r i arte aUm aend f-.r tlrniar."
KJV;:rl - UA N CO., 61 Jooi Streat,
tUT'0"1' rr" r1 f '" CU 1 fot Ul BOl
Vluii S.tafe and aure cart.
ALLAN'S MMUCATKD JioVdlLs"
Sold by IS.MtCT.AY liKOS.
UU y I' Mi Tl H '..ha 'ir
titnliltiff, liniMiU-hi y. tiij
ili.ui.il mi J i -rHthniorTv, ilr tii'l Tk-
if youth ( ii t rn!i,iiti'. 'r,', 9 .-A . r V.
Vr Mil. AMI itlltAL 1 .N Oil i L 1 K, M Uviio4
lnti- 0-1. l.y W, IU U.
v Kr,nfo. rXuM t Mm
Woiiirn, tn,t .11 ct'tonM
.:,n,.t,U, w ih lli..ri.Uii'-r,or
llv"irrnrM,iy. AdJ-M ,,.
r tint IM,. Cfc, tk, Im,
Rmil .lAtnii ta PalAtnvni..
liiUca,SM(uu, KoTul..r.,Mnt a. a. a. furaiamlnatioB
l!rch.l,oadnf phot nnn. f IR lo f0. Dotibln Phn
l.tilis. Hlof Hini'l.'Utiiis.tltoJ JH, Itlll't.l'lta
Jl Ikvnlvcrs.il fit X. Krnl for f res llliitratcd
nislnirti''. l.KKAl EliTUUi MVS WuUKH.
l'lllaliurk-li, l a.
lUllMlMlwl.. , I.
I'M. t 1 ! .1 IW.U.-.I.UIW MM
.1.4, . I.ll U..Nwll1l,.ll,
To Nervous Ntill. hth-TIip (.rent Knrniienn Ron,
v- Ir. .1. H. SinipMon's Spci'lllr Mi'illclnn.
Ilr.. I II Miiip KnccillcMedliltielsn liosi-
live cure for .speriniilorrlieii, Iiniiotenrr, Wcnktiesp
nml nil iIim-hm . ri-MilliiiK Imni Seir Abuse, as Ner
yoiis llelillllv, Irrlliibllliy.Aleiitiil Aiixleiy.l.anuiior,
l.assllude. ir,i,HRinii of, spirits and liini llonal du
riitiiieiiieiiin ol tin' Nervous Sysletn nenornllv 1'nlns
'.. n..ir sine, i.umni aicniorm rreinnliire tllrj
Hull lend to Cot)
ly uid nn enrly
L'rnvi', or both.
No mutter bow
sysletn limy Im
from i'xc.'shcs of
uny kind, H slioit
coursu nf tills nieillcinu w ill rest. ire tho lout im,,..
nous nun procure in aiiii huh nnppliiess, wle re be
fore was tlcsponilciirir nnd ivlinuii 'llm spcclllc
.Meilli'lno Is btilliK tisetl with wonderful sue
-.iniiililets sent freu to all, Write for tliem nnd
Hel full ll ll leu Inrs,
l'rlce, Sperllln, fl.lKliii'r i,srl(Bi.M..or six uncle-
nes lor J r..tsi. V I he sent by nihil on rocultit ol
money. Address nil orders,
.1. ii, NlMl'NON'8 1MKDICINR CO.,
Nos, 104 snd llKI Mnln Ht.. Hullnlo. N. V.
ORAY'M NPVflvin UL'iiT'ivir
TRADlARK,Tli()rentKulilriUAl)K 31 A UK
fillllntr ruri, for
nr i r v. nn iin
Imnntelir.v. nnd nil
diseases thnt fol
low nn const'.
toiiitti.,. ..r ...ir
BnforflTflliliiirl,"'"'tl! """ "U
uoiore j.aKingtmimry, miivinwir1
ir,iv' i "en
miss of vision, liremntiire old n(ti.,&,to' AwtlDpi
and tunny othcriliseiires tlmt ,,h1 to lnsntilty nt
cnnsiini)ill!iti mid n l.remnturu irrnvt'.
Knll pnrllciiliirs In our inniilili.t, wlilrh wo tlu-
rii to send free by tunll to nvery mm, Tliiisnt..
tlUc llledn.lii.t lM ...l.l , ii j-.. ... a. '
nss in n. nn n i 1 1,. i i..,..t. .n... .. -"7 . .
, ni.ll, ,iy 1 1 UMIUUIP!" Ul l OCT
linckiitfi., six for ot will Im sent ?ref hv ii.nll on
J ,,'VJ. ,l" "ndiKyliy nddrcssliiuTlfK OHAY
EiK K JN,f S " il'' M"-hnnlcn block, llelrolt
Mich, Hold In ('ami by Uurclny llros,, J'huI U
Hclnili ftiulOco. fc.yiftiru.
V ii W SA