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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:' SUNDAY MORNING,' APRIL
THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
Terms nt Hupnription..
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llly un yi ar by carrier U
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liily.uu montu 1
Weekly, una year - 2
Weely.a in. until 1 "0
(SrCluhe of Ave or more for Woeky Dultetln t
-Hietlme, M!r yuur.$l 60
INVAIlUlll.r IN At'TAKCX.'
All Coiuiuuuicalioni Mtioutti hn n.ldreiaed to
K. A. HCK.N KIT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
Eow Women Eat
I nm to know ftlni.Hlmnd, nays Clam
Ufllf, who Anid thflt In? hIwiivm fell more
or lets out of love with his wife on fciin
dny, Init linnhli'd wlao in ujr;iiu when lm
navv her arrayed for cliurvli. Shi! wiw
lit Hiit'li times no ileal ly dressed, so Kinil
iiifr, ho Kweelly dill'ercnt from lier every
day iwjiect, that Hindu ft regular
weekly eonitist of hit heart. Oil,
there rtro few women" who can't lx!
i-hanniiijr if they earnestly net nliout it
even while rating. I mention this
test of feiiiiiiino grncu beeauso it I a
were one. The process of filling the
Htonineh ordained by nature Is vulgar in
itself, and a great deal of daintiness i
required in ! lie woman who would eat
reM-llantly. Fried oytt;rs are a sore
trial to tl(e ctlieeal girl who xiU ihwu
to them with ,libr- admirer after a late
theatrical jierfornianee. It haa been
five or six hour siuee dinner, und she
ii a hungry rus a liear that ha "lived on
iU jiaws all winter. , She knowi that
bed-time Is close ahead, and dim will
not have to endure her corset long, if
he dues tighten it from the inside.
Hut a big appetite is disenchanting in a
maiden, nnd fried oysters Hrc greasy.-
The problem Ix-foro her is how to put
the seven, oilers into herself without
convincing tho voting man that her
htomueh is alxiutliko, his own in iU pe
riodical call for food. There is a risk
in the matter that no skill crui wholly
eliminate. The best rule is to put on au
expression of very mild disdain at each
mouthful as though you took it iu un
der protest. Dout overdo thl. and
look a though sickened, but just elevate
the brow a triile, Miule faintly, and
try to give the impression that ymi tol
erate a fried oyster, liol do not hanker
nfler it. I watched a slender, graceful,
imgel-faecd crejiture in ft fashionable
oyter-houc the other night, nnd saw
that by neglecting her deportment kite
was lux-king the fellow across the ta
ble. Pcrliupi she didn't arc whether
be ndored h-r or led. Anyhow, she was
luitling the oy-Jer. into her mouth by
Iialvcs, chewing them with undisguised
pisto, swallow ing plenty of bread and
cut cabbage along with them, and tak
ing no iisins whatever to digui-e the
fact that she wsis enjoying them mighti
ly. At the next table'sat a thicker and
fller woman, who practiced 1 1 1 art of
oter-eating ns I have indicated it.
I l r facial expression was clever. She
dipped in the food in big pieces when
her companion wasn't looking, and nib
bled when he was looking. She got
away with a hearty meal without ap
pearing to have taken anything tomieak
uf. and it was only the empty pktei
that revealed the f:iet. Shu was notices
skillful iu drinking Iut half of a (piartof
champagne. The gLss was lilted to
her lips like the hand of a jncen to kiss;
lier mouth xhut over barely an inch of
the brim; there was no slopping or
purgling; the w ine trickled neatly down
ber throat, but with quite, suQicient ce
lerity. When starting to go out, with
rons'idcrabl'! of the fluid efl'iTvescing in
her brain, she failed for a dreamy in
stant to recognize her reflection in a
full-length mirror, and tried to turn out
to let herself pas by herself. The blun
der w as seen by nobody but me. Sins
recovered her ciU.niiniity instantly, and
departed as smoothly as a fairy.
The Madison Square Thcaterco'mpnnr
bas several organizations on the road.
Jt has been experimenting to test the,
v aluo of newspaper advertising as com
pared to that of oosiors. It uses a w hole
page of a newspaper, quite frequently,
in the cities Irs companies visit, and af
ter this season w ill abandon the bill
Ixiards entirely, liciug convinced that
money put in newspaper columns is used
to the best advantage. A reporter got
the following information on this point
from "Mr. McCenchy, manager of tho
The ncwpaier takes our announce
ment into parlors, boudoirs, inercanliln
ofliccsnnd the great hotels and wealthy
homes of the land. Where is tlw sense
of dodgers and handbills. which are iimi
rtilv distributed by dishonest boys who
throw them into ash barrels ami stud
them under sidewalks. Our lurge ad
vertisement in the newspapers are neat
and handsomely bound handbills seal"
tered by the iuagic of the mails, and
distributed through the energy of the
newsdealers. Such a distribution could
onlv lo secured at the expense of thous
ands of dollars; in' fact, no amount of
money could do it so perfectly and ef
fectually." EccRntrioiti8 of Juries.
A miller in southern Franco fell in
lovo with the cousin of his mistress.
Hot li women were possessed of the se
cret that a year or two before lie had
strangled a man and thrown uiniitito
the river. Each one threatened to di
vulge it unlcsii he clung to her mid put
the other woman out of the way, so that
very naturally he had a hard timo of it.
At last he determined to neutralize this
disagreeable ritual ion by netting one. to
murder the other. Tim mistress strati
gled her cousin, but overcome by re
morse accused the miller of killing the
man w ho was supposed to have commit
tal suicide, nnd of being accessory with
her to her cousin's murder. The Jury
. acquitted him of the first charge hut
found him guilt v of tin) "'tu'eond, which
under the circuiastaiicc:', was a ctirlmm
verdict, because the nioliveof his sharo
in the murder of the woman was h'tMfear
of being discovered as the murderer of
the iiinii. If he was not tho murderer
of the man, twin) asserted, then thero
was no reason to disbelieve his denial of
any participation In the second murder.
Hut jurlen, even in Franco, evidently
luivo 'their eccentricities.
Itisalillloring-ulnr that a "crank"
cannot bu turned in tho right direction.
Ho-rt!cs3nf)S3 of on An-licnco.
"1 witnesst.,1, (,( other night," writes
Clara HelH. "a ehnraeteristiu chlhftion
tt fjie utter hcartlessuessof an audience.
Tlirf entertainment iiicluiled a burlesquo
'I'alicnce'-with a full force of love
sick maidens. One of the girls was ex
tremely thin. In ordinary attire, with
Iter arms and neck covered, her scraw n
incus would not have attracted atten
tion; but with her almost llcshless anus
bared to the shoulder, tho bones of her
neck protruding and her ribs all but visl
blu through thu shapeless garment w hich
was wrapped once nnd ahalf u round her,
she was us horrible as Hit! living skein
ton of a museum. Did the iiudieneo
pity the poor creature? Not a hit of it.
J'hey greeted her first appearance with
alitter, which soonJiecnnic a gull'aw, loud
and long. Nic understood it aftura minute
or two, fullered iu her singing, seemed
inclined to retire, but cowcringly re
mained. JJut the iissembly was merci
less, and continued in the uproar ns Ion"
as she was in sight. This wasn't done
by the gallery boys, mind you, but by
persons iu the orchestra -chairs, , with
the clothes of ladies and gentlemen,
night iu front of me sat a hook-beaked,
hhilt-sideil woman, who would have strip
ped as handsomely as the singer, Til be
bound, ami her te-hc and ha-ha were as
loud as ain body's. 1 suppose the girl
on the stage hadn't realized how much
she depended on dress. The lesson was
taught her nio.t cruelly, nnd I under
stand she did not return to that school
next iilght to have it repeated. "
attacks all classes, at nil agon and at nil
seasons of the year. As the seed of this
terrible disease is in the throut it is direct
ly reached by Do bys Prophylactic Fluid
used as a gargle or by -swabbing out thu
mouth with a cloth naturnted with the
Fluid Article used about the sick should
bo rinsed in w ater contrioing a small quan
tity of the Fluid, it will absolutely destroy
the germs of contagion.
A nasal isJKXTon fiee with each bottle
of ShilohY Cutarrh Kcuiedy. Trice 50
Tnr. very best family medicine is
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pil's, which
cleanse the bowels, purify tho blood, nnd
establish healthy nction iu the liver. (U)
Ovkii 200,000 Howe Scales have been
sold. Send for catalogue to Borden. Belleck
A- Co., General Agent", 81. Louis, Mo. (3)
A Short Road to Health.
To all who are suffering from hoi's,
ulcers.'scrofula, carbuncles, or other ob
stinate diseases of the blood and 'skin, a
course of Burdock Wood Bitters will be
found to bo a short road to health. Price
fl.00. Paul G.Scliuh, Agent.
Go to Paul O. Schuh tor Mis. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are uncqualed. Odor
from 2 to $ pounds. Directions in English
nd German. Price 13 cents.
OnTh rty Day's Trial.
We will sen 1 Dr. Dye's Celebrated Elcc
tro-VolUie. Belts nd other !cctric Appli
nneeson trial for 30 days x uung men
nnd other persons i.fllicted wiih Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., tuarantceing
speedy relief and complete restoration of
viiror and manhood. Also for Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ncy difficulties, Kupture, nnd many other
riis-'Sscs. Illustarted pamphlets sent frco
Address Voltaic Bclt.Co., Marshall, Mich.
Foil DvsrKrsiA nnd Liver Complaint
you wul have printed guarantee on cveiy
bottle of Sluloh g itnliztr. It never fails
to cure. 15
Death of Jesse James.
The death of Jesse, lames and the disin
titration of bis band of outlaws have
aroused a new interest in this subject; ntid
thu Historical Publishing Co., of St. Louis,
announce h timely tiuw edition of their
famous "B rder Outlaw?," a full account
of the denth of Jesse James, and tho tiim
piece of detective work that led to that re
suit, with a portrait of the dead outlaw
after ho was shot. Book ngents and the
rest of mankind will find thu advertisement
iu another column of this paper.
The Kev to Health.
llaveyuu found the key to perfect health
and strength J It is Kidney Wort, the only
remedy that overcomes at once tiic inaction
of the kidneys and bowels. It purities the
blood by cleansing the svstcm of foul hu
mors and by giving strength to the liver,
kidneys and bowels to perform their regu
lar functions. 8e8 displayed advertise'
A Baptist Minister's Experience
I am a Ikiptist minister, nnd before I
even thought of hi lug u clergyman, I grad
uated in medicine, but left a lucrative prac
tice for my present profession, 40 years ago,
I was tor many years a sutferer lrom quinsy
"TboniBB Kclectnc Oil cured me. ' 1 was
also troubled with hoarseness, and Thomas'
EclectricOil always relieved mo. My wife
and child had diphtheria, and "Thomas
Eclectric Oil cured Ihein," and if taken in
time it will euro seven timesout of ten. I am
confident it is a cure for the must obstinate
cold or cough, and if any one will ,tako i
small teaspoon nnd half rill it with the Oil
and then plnco tho end of the spoon in one
nostril nnd draw the Oil out of the spoon
into the head hysnillirig us hard ns they
can, uutil the Oil falls over into the throat,
and practice that twice- a week, I don't care
how offensive their head may tie, Uwlll
clean it out snd cure their catarrh. For
deafness nnd earache it has done wonders to
my certain knowledge. It is tho only
medicino dubbed patent inedicino that I
have over felt like recommending, nnd I am
very anxious to so it in every place, for I
tell you that I would not bo without it in my
house for any consideration. I am now
Buffering with a pain like rheumatism in
my right limb, and nothing relieves mo liko
Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
Dr. E, P. Cuank, Corry, Ta.
Tuul 0. Schuh, Agent.
Escaped from tli o Tollc. 1
John Bacon, Laportc, Ind , writes!
"Hurrah for Spring Blossom y it's all you
recommended it to be. , My ' dyspepsia has
all vnuisliod. Why don't you advertise If,
What allowance will you tnnko if I tako a
dozen bottles, so that I could obllgo my
friends occilHlonnlly?" Prlna ifl.OO, trial
buttles 10 cunts. Taul 0. Bchuh, A;jcnt.
Tiik Kkv. Oho. II. Tiiavkh, of Bourbon.
Did, says: 'Both myself and wlfu owe our
i vis to Shiloh s Consumption Cure D
Ann vou madk miserable by Indicestion
Ooiietipiition, Dizzltusj. Iisb of Appetite,
n'ellow Skint ShiloL's Vitaliier is a posi
tive euro. , 10
Allen's Drain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, nnd all weakness
of generative organs. $1. S for 3. All
druggists. Heuii for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, Ulo First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by llarclny Bros.
Dkseuvino Autici.ks auk always Ar-
riiEctATKi). The exceptional clcauliness of
Parker's I bur Balsam makes it popular.
Uray hairs are impossible with its occas'on-
Why will voo cough when Shiloh's
Cure will rive immediate relief. Price
10 cents, 50 cents nnd 1. 11
Refined nnd educated women will somo-
times suffer in silence for j ears from kidney
disensi s or consumption and piles, which
could easily be cured by a package of Kid
ney-Wort. There is hnrclly 'a worn (in to
be found that doeg not nt some time suf
fer from gome of thu diseases for which
this great remedy is a specific. It is put
up in liquid and dry forms, equally effi
Shiloh's Catahmh Rkmedv a
cure for Catarrh, Dipthcria and
II ackmktack,' a lasting and fragrant per
fume. Price 25 and 50 cents. 13
It in the Hkioiit or Foi.i.y to wait un
til you are in bed with disease you may
get over for months, when you can be
cured during Hie early symptoms by Pitrk
er's Ginger Tonic. We have known the
sickest families made the healihicst by a
timely use of this pure medicine. Ob
Shiumi's Ci'KB wiu, immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping cough and Pou
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at eight and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth 1 If so. go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Wmslow s Soothing tsyrup. It will
relieve tfie poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it: there is n mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has evtr used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief und
health to the child, operating like uisgic
It is peifrctly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the preset ip
tion of one of tho oldest nnd best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold ever1 where. 25 cents n bottle.
AX l'l'KlilASER'S NOTICE.
To Howard ItoWU, or any olhur pfrson or per
fond Iut. .rorti'd:
Y u r h'Tehv imtlnVit that nt naif of real
title Initio rountr of Alexander anil MM of I!ll
nni. held hi th ceunty colKf toref iid ennntv
at the MttilhwrMerly duor of the court home to Ihe
clu of Cairo. In ned r.Mintr Mid Hte, ou the 4th
(lav of Aii'-uat. A. D. PS', (leoteo It. Lent, the us
detsisned, Durchoeil th f. lowing described real
i male ailUittil In tc Firat iddillou to tbe ct'r of
(' Irn. county of Alexarder and alate of Illinois, for
'he t'xea one a mi mitiam thereon ior me year a.
11. l:i, 177, 17 and 1ST!), t' tether with penalties
and tot: aald real cilate being taxed In the name
or fan lowarl Koiicrtx, to-vit : hot nnmm-reicr
en i Hi, in lilntk nnmher twenty lour (J4), In tho
l ino addition to the city of Cairo. The time al
lowed hv law for the rcdemntinn o aid real etate
will riiUo on the 4ih dav of An?it. A I) iss.
UF.onr.E It. LKNTZ.rurcnancr.
Cairo, Illf ., Apr.l 1.1th, A U. lsyJ.
rfAX PVRCHASEirS NOTICE.
To th helra of tho enta'o of F. P. Victor, der.eM
i", or anr other pereon or peraotia Interested:
Von are heruiir Bnlifled that at a le of real et
tatu Iu llie ouiity of Alexanderand atsta of Illl
noi. lu-ld hv tho county collector of aald county.
at the aonthweMeriy door of the court hone In the
city or ( aim, in auto county and atte. on ino mtn
dav of AuijiMt. A. 1). 1SS0. C'barlei (l.tliiiher. the
undnatL'iicd. rurrlmu'd thu follow lnc derrlbrn
real estate limited In the county of Alexander niul
state of Illinois, for tno taxei Snc aril ntipaid
thereon for the veara A. D. IS75. 1n7i lS7r.lS79and
IS71, toother with uenaltlu and coat' ; aald reul
iiUittf bemi? taied u the name of P. P. Vlctoi'a
eatnte, to-wlt: Tho cnut half of the mwtbweat
qnartef ol auction number one (1). towuahlp fotir
leen (III, ruiith ranuetwo (SiweaU Thu tune bI
lowed h law for the redemplon of aa d real ette
will explraon the lth dav of Anent. A. II IHHJ.
CHAKI.KS UAl.ltlHKIt, I'urrhaser.
Cairo, Ills .April lllh, A. II. 182.
ryZ I'l'KCIIASEK'S NOTICE.
ToJatnna H Witt, or ny other peraon o per
You ire hrruby notified that al a inle of real ei
tate, In the county of Alexander and Halo of Illi
nois, held by the county collector of itid count, at
the outhoterly door of the conn house In the
eilv of Cairo, In said county and atate, on tho Slrd
day of AUL'int. A. D iss Char ea Unllnher, tlin
nndt rlrnod. purchased the following described
leal cation situated In tho county of Alexander and
attitu of Illlnoli, for the taxen due aud unpaid there
on f..r 'he yeara A. D ISM, 1S7S, 1S78, 1S77, 1S7S
and IS7!l, together with pinititoa and coat; aald
n-al eatate betne taxed t ' Ihii name of n'd Jamea
1(. Walt, to-wltl Tho nnrthennt onarter of section
niltubor fourteen (H), IhwiipIiIs fifteen (15 , i nith
ratiK three (.1), weat. The timo allowed by law for
tho redemption of aald roil citato w II explri on
tboiMrd dayof Sii-iik-, . 1). hh).
Cairo, Ilia . April IHth, A. D iSSi.
rpAX rCRCHASEIfS NOTICE.
To each and evert of tbe periont hereinafter
named and to my and ill other peiaona Inter-
Ton am hereby notified that it a anle of real ca
tate In the entity of AlenanUersnd itutn of llllnoil
held it ihusontliwesterlydonrof tho court house
in the clt v of t'nlrH, In aatd county and slle hv
tin county collector of aald county, on the Slrd day
of Auitn t, A, 1), IHho, tbonnilursliined hociuiu tho
ptirchaiera of the fol'owlng deacrlWd real aatatn
alttiati d In aald county and rial it, for tho taxo due
nnd utipa d thereon (or tho year or years is below
net forth, tnuetbur with penalties snd cost due
thereon; mid real eatato helna tuxed in Ihe name
or names rmpectlv-ly of tho pernona horelnaftor
ineutlone.f, to-wlt :
i i i
la whose name For wh at Tirt of J
ttxod. years toctlon t; g
K.0. Rice IS70.IS77.
1S7S 1S71 nnd. S
w fr'ltf S 19 .
J.H. Wright 4
Co. 187T. 17 A
e 10 10 3.
0. Groenlst 1979 ' nw40'
O M 1-
Ooo. II. Marsh 1S7, 1877
1S7S & 1870 tho nnd
oraw S 8 17 9
A.n Irvln 1H7!) nwinf
sw U 27 14 S.
JobnQ.lIarruan ldVU' o)of
wK 2T II
JohntJ, Hurmau 1H77, 1H78 t -1879
u w H i n .
Atid Ihnl the tlnm allowed bv Inw for the leiloilll)'
Hon of aald pre ml not will expos on the ird day of
August, A. II. 1SS4. . lUMKT
O A. MAltCHII.DON
Cairo, Illi ,Arllltlb.tH8 ; l'urchitori
Indian Blood Syrup.
3 . ZjTk V
Si i I S3
J V talk a a I SyV B
t?2 rrjiTKl r ve t
If mII1;) ll
I I I I ll ,tKlieuciallMii, lm,
J J JA) JLjrO Heart Waeimt, Kill.
less, .Nervous Debility
THE BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAX!
Twelve Thousand Bottles
l ma nvrnp poMeaaei varied propertlea:
ulatea the tityallnc In the saliva, which convert
Ihn itnirh and aimar of tli toil lnn iliinmn A
deflcletiry in ptynlico Caunex wind and louring ol
the food In the itomach. If ihe medlcl n j u.acn
Itnnudlately after citing, Uio fonnenutton ol Un.i
It arts upon the Uver,;
It arts njtou the Kldneji,
It Regulates the Bowels,
It rnrlfles tlm Wood.
It Quiets tho Xervons Syntem,
It Proruotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, HtrtwKtlieni and Invlirorates,
It Carries oh the Old Blond nut! makes New,
It Opens the I'ores of the Skin aud Induces
It nen trill Ires tho hereditary taint, or notion in
tbo Mood, which generatei Scrofnla, Krvalpelis.
aud all manner of Hkiu Olsciaci and Inicrnal hu
meri. There art no amrita employed ! l it manufketutu
aed It can be taken by the most delicate babe, or br
the aged and fccblv, care only being required In at-
wait b vo aireci.oni.
Gilra, Henry County, Ilia.
I ww autTerlne from Pick lleadacht and H ill-
nesa ao that I conld not attend iomy household du
ties, and abort trial of Dr. t'lsrk Johuaok'a Indi
an Illood Syrup efTuctunlly cntrd me.
JlltS UEL,t. L&IMI.
Witerman r'titlon, DeKaili Co., Ills.
This Is to certify (hit Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Kvrup bas cured me ol 1'aln In the Hark. It
la i valuable medicino. MHti WOOD.
Centre BUI, White Co., Ark.
This la to certify that 1 wis afflicted with I'alni-
tatlon of the Heart for mnnv yeara 1 tried dill', r
est docUiis. vihoso prtscriplions tended more to
weaken mo tnon tiiey un 10 Kn-tieiuiMi. I a, ial
rei Ived to try Dr. Clark Johnson a ludian Hiuod
tiymp, which proved to ho i positive cure not on
ly ctirlnu the lli'&rt DUeasu, but also i hick Head'
icu which bad been IroulilInK mo.
Mils MARY A. NKAL.
I wit aflllcted with LI'er Complaint and Drapep
sia and failed to eet relief, alt honuh nsinir'tniidl
clnea from our beat doctor I commenced nrinu
Or. Johnson a Indian Illood vrtip, and a f hurt trial
cured me. T. W. IttSINO. Jlollne, III
This 'ertltlca that Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
Illood Syrup hu effectually cured mu of Dyspepsia
Too much cannot bo anld ru praise o it.
. . W. K. A'lMilhK, Iledfurd, Mo.
Aveu's wanted for the snle of the Indian Illood
Syrnp in ev.-ry town orvilluiio. In which I bavu no
igent. l'atticniars K'teu ou application
DKUGOISTS BELL IT.
Labritory 77 Weat 8d it., N. T. City.
IJAX ITItCIUSER'S NOTICE.
To A.J. Lollcaa, or any olh't person orfcr
anns Interested; Von are hetaby notified tlml al a
aale of real estate. In the connty of Alexander anil
stale ol Illinois, hold hy tbo comity collector of
said county, At the sonthwerti-rly door of the court
house. In the city of Cilr , in 'asld county and
ilate.oo the l'.ah dav of Aueust, A. D. ltuothe tiu
derslcued purchased the fo. lowing describe ! real
r tatosltualcd In the county of Alexander nnd state
(Illinois, for the taxes due and unpaid i hereon
lor the year A. 1) 1S7!1, together with penalties and
com: said real estate haing taxed in the name of
aaid A.J l.nwlens, to wit: IhoN. W. of nx
tion -II. in township 14, south mnge two2weiloribe
third pritKipal meridinn. Thu time al owed by law
fur the redemption of snia real estate will expire
on the l'Jib day of August, A 1) lssj.
C. A. M AKi'llILHON
Cairo. Ills., Arfrll Mill, A. I) lis.'. lurchaers.
Mate of Illinois, ) In the Alexander Conn
m. ly Clrcn't court, May
Alexander county. I lt-rm A 1). lssj.
Al xanrter tioldsmltb, Iko W. Klaw and Charles
Schunor, nrmuiuoiasmnn.iviaw s to. riaini
StratiKB A Co. Defendant!.
Notlc la hereby iztvcn that l suit hv attachment
has been cuiiimriictd In said ceurl in favor of Ihe
nbovA na oed pUltitiirt ngainit tho catalo of said
defendants for tho Sinn o thre hundted and Line-
ty flve dollars Sow. then-fore, nnlesn aald tie
fendunts shi'll apnt ar on the drat day of the next
term of sa d court to In- holilen at the ourt honne
In Cain, on the 8th day of May, A. 1). ISKii and
(five bai' and'pleaa aa required bv law, J idement
will he entered sgaln-t tlu-m snd Hi- e-taio ao at
ta bed sold. AI.E.V. II lhYIN, Clerk.
Cairo, Illinois, March : ut, iss!4
Uitrsw A UiinanT, I'lamtiffa Attorney.
ClTT CI.KSK'S OrrtCS. I
Caiko, tn.i . Mar. 17lb, lrSl.
rulillc notice Is henhv elven that otiTneiday the
lSlh day of April A. I) ISSi, a general election will
lie held In the city of Cairo, county of Alexander,
state of Illinois, fur 'he election of one alderman
for ihe rruu'ar term of two yvari from each or thu
Ave wa da of thr city.
For tho purpose or said election potei win no
opened at thu followlmi named pUces, vis:
in tno rirsi warn at tno ponce ODnnquarwra in
rear ol Mrs. Rosa While' lmilillng corner of Sixth
atroi-a and Ohio levee.
In the Heroud watd at the cnglno house otitic
Roiiuh and Heady lire company .
In tho Third ward at the engine home of the
Uioernlan tVi company.
Iu Iho Fourth want, al the Court tlousu
And In the I'lflli ward, at the ctslne house of the
Anchor flro company.
Mu Id election will he open at clcht o'clock In the
morning, and contlnno open nntil seven o'clock Iu
thu efternouu of tamo day.
n mn o
Tun new, thrilling
anl anthnntle history of the
llvosshd wondorml advonturoi of America's great
The YOUNGER BROTHERS,
FR.VNK and JK3SK JAMES,
And tlmlr banda ofhiehwaviron. down tn tho tiro
nut moment, luctiid . hit deal Ii of Jeo Jatm-s and
all tho late stikl'tllmi and llirllllni duVoloDllient
Kl fty lltiiitrntlohs nnd porirnlta, atnoim which are
rfesie jamei anur no was rnoi, ana it line cuioreu
Plates. Interview and lutlers from Cola Yoiiniter,
thnhrenkluauDof Iho band and revelulluna of
mulling secret. The llltick Flat, the terrlblo
"lllitck Oaih,"and htitidrodi of other a-towUhtnn
racta. Muit wouderful and etcitliiK nooK in exig
ence! (Ill Lull. nvMrlhlniil Kmv mid urcatlV en
larited edition : now Illustration s NX) pities. Ptle"
II II. Attunie' CanvasitnifOutltt tOo. Illustrated
cjlreitlare and full partlcnlare froe. Aitenti ion t
lose Ihla trmnrt oniiorlunltvl Address Hliun
CAL PUULUUIKd CO., bini N. 4th U bi. Louis,
Over 2,000,000 Bottles Consumed Anmially.
Ids, lore broiit, Drouchllls, asthma, pneumonia, consumption and alf dl
I'or concha, rold.
throat, client and luniis.
balsam of Tolu i
but II bas never been so id vaatageoti.ly compounded .. In ZtnM Ia a'5'"
If ATO'!'ANxVFAnHT ,S.,Z,R TOL!f8,F0R FAMILY vnicKniMjtt '
( j A Til 1 ( ) N ' Pi'i n.",rh! rti v,'doby dB,l"LH ' ' rt Pa' otr npon yon Rock and Hv In
.i i K ,,,' 0,'r,'"f Tolu, Koca and Kye, wine his the onlv medbau-d article iaik-- -
tho genuine hu a private die proprlelarv slauipon tach boltle. "am.- -
The TOLU. ROCK umi RYE CO.. Prnnrietors. 41 Rivir atreot. Miira.. ill .
Sold ny Druoists, Urocxks
J'Mftf (ifted Monthly, JVf r $3.00 jer
No. 1 (New Scries) Contains
Cnttairehv the Itiver Song A Clio Dolfus, $40
i ...... t. .. C... W - , t. ., .
Over the Sea-Song ,V Cho J. M, North.
, if., i.'1-i f..T, 1... . ... . ,
w 1111M1 tiii-r, lllinv ....llicmtriltf,
Ve Litre IlinU Qimrti-l Smart.
The Lovers' Kiirrwcll-Qinrti't V. 1),
Hright Kvca Kanvell.
Queen of I leartn (Javottc Kielefcld.
Heel and Toe (riilnp lour lInniU..)leiuler.
Nv Venrs' (irei;tii:ij I'olka Einenhorn.
oil Steuben's dranil .March lru,lcr,
A Trial Trip N'oa. i and i mailed post-paid,
AUdress; J. L. PETERS, 307 North Fifth Street, St. LOUlS. Ajrency for Cid
i'tANQS, Rav Stat Ouoans, Ditson's uitiins &. Send fur our Illustrated I'rice List
27 Stops, 10 Sets Reeds, $90
Realty ftF-ETIlOV K.N Oread eonralm 10M11 bata
p'kl.-ii foiiiTH- jtmle,? STOI'S, Wnlnut nrKlmnlimt
(W.SOi-tinM.MptrU tuot l'lntc-,l,ni-lirlit Nllni.,St.-el
Srrlni lviiipHi.iiwM'oi-lietloi ilii-S-. llamlli-. anil
t'lit.1 !'?-."TJ.':?Evk-".Viv'" Pa"1" w Aution. a
tX..d?it y'V! CI. lttKIlOAltl '(ienil"
I NOltVKIt hi f TM. KnS...r HW1 immth
Jrinp,n;l iiR-iwinir. y KnrtoivTwnrlrlnif 1,V nial
by aw Mlxun'a t-sitrlo Mirhtu ut K IVIIT to ml out. re
ISrfl'Hee. Iliiaeil. IH'llvercil on board rSAA
Curain-rv, Mo.il. Ilmik, Ae onlj SIU
(.Itfl'rmft'rtmUfmtmmMmittMlrHnmOfa i mnd Imll
l"Hit fn-n.in.m,.uyw.ik .'f.W, niilhiiur eau l fnlnr
J ni-auleiimlno the t"li-nit-nt. Linvn N. Y. Olv,
Itan lay or ClirlMniilH-rSl, rW-i s . 1 a. in. nr I p. rii.
(f.iro, i-f-iiremi only iU'.l ler.veVVasliliieli nntlor
iO ! m. iirrlv indo fi. V. ntS lHorOji. in. Miinlay(f.ir
runw tro'ii ( 'lin-am. Kii-luniul, riiifii., Ilontonf Ac, m
"limtty'akxeui-Mnu Iinuiil'iirular,")ssalliwed Uiiny
CTMi-a if yuu liny: i-oitim.iiyn(i', yiiu ur wi-Icmihi.
Frr ('in, li h llhpellu- iittttiintaiie4'lMntl tralni.
OUier Ortrn im lit. : up. lluiiuri-niK lii In iM,t.
Imiiiriiiiiu.irr.ii-il (.i,l.iiir fin, Aiblniu vr rail upuu
HrILI- V, BEATTT, Washington, Vatr Jarxf
WORTH SENDING im.
Or J. n.SCIIENCK, of Philadelphia, has Just pub
lnhed a hook on "Ulse ihuj of the lung and how
they can b j cured," which ts olTorod free, postpaid
to all applicant. It couUins valuable Information
forall who suppose lluntmlvea eflVrled with, or
liable to. any diseases of the th oat or lungs. Ad
dress DR. J. II. SC1IKNCK it bON, 6o0 Arch
ilreet.l'lilladelphla. 1'. O. llox 2S.f!.
TJ TP IO IMI'KOVKI) KOOT BEHK. 2.SC
M 1 Jll0 piickase makes S gallons of a deli-
VMl....i I. nl ...l.ll.,.. I....
I.IUUP, w iiiiii piiiiiu, p riirKi iiik iuiii m:i mil v in r
orage. Ak your druggli.t, nr sent by mall for mo.
C. Hi. Ulltfcs, tr) .J)ela. Ave., l'Ollatla.
OIB MEDAL AWAROEB
thu Auuior.A Duiranagrwal ilea.
IcaI Work,wamot4Ml tho beat and
chnaMwt,fni1iitNiaiahli Ut evnry
Bian.Fntitlnd "tli Scimciof UU
nrtfill-HrnMiratuin j" bounil in
flnest Irt-iich nitulin, emhuaiMd,
t mil eiumvituia, 136 pnwerip.
tlom, Jirica nnlf (l ilt lent l
aeail nnw.Addnwa lNnlwviy MU
rWflU TUVn r lellnit.uteor Ir. W. II. PAK.
KKIU No 4 RulOnchit. itoaton.
N 0 T I C E.
Ilavlnp; a largo Btock of instruincnis
on hand, anil bolus- about to plucn soino
new stylos upon tlin market, we pro
peso to offer the balance of onr present
stock of low-priced Organs at a consid
erable reduction FOR CASH until
Dealers about purchasing for Fprlng
Trade will do well to write us for
GEO. WOODS & CO.
CAMRRlDOF.rORT, MASS. '
r week can ho mmlo tn any locality.
8omuthln(etitltelvnew' forauenu. 5 nuirat
, W. INOKAIIAM it CU lioston, Mail'
a Ginger, Iliicbu, Mnn
tirake, hriliinuia, and
many of the best medi
cines known are com.
Tonic, into a mtilicme
of ttn-h varied power, aa
to mako it the grealast
illood i'uniier nnd the
It cures Klietiirj.tuim,!
I3 -1. & ceplcwncM, Oikmss
rm KM I S , wuw hiom.vn, tiowvis,
III n I "P. Liver & Kidneys;
Hair - Balsami ffcfE2
kVrt, Clmniut, and "e, v.inRer tnc,
awnlnd HirTt. nd other loows, el k
Inaf. lloviir ffttl to mil
it'inUM never uitaxicttte. Itiicos
k'tttthAi. iu 8tjf lwir. i ft Co., CKtmiftta, K. Y
Vlr. rWt.1 J I . lAryet fVMl IKivhitf IKXMlfB'M.
Mas ilwcys been onn o'lhemo-it Important
wi)pon4 wieiiteii ny the medical facliltt
'.alnsl thu encroacbmlnta of Crumbs, Colds;
Hroiirlillii, Aethma, fiore Throat. C'onsump'
tion In Its luclnloul und advann'iliiHcu. nd
and Dkat.kks Evkrywiifke.
uunttm Vont-pnUl. Slnyle JVo. SO tta.
No. 2fNew Series) Contains
I'd be a lluttcrfly Sonff Hicharda.
in, onnic oirun i enor .long , .. oeiinc-iu
The Htihtic Leaves Duet Williania.
I he Chapel I- cm. or mix. voicea..Kreulzer.
Three I-'isliern Quartet . HulUh,
Siarklim; lleaiitv Walla -Ilarkcr.
I'ictiire Cards llluette Ilehreas.'-
lloccaerlo March Kour Ilandx .; .Dressier,
Cliiming licit 1'olku, , Itnphaelaoiu
on receipt of 7,? cts., or four months for 1.00.
OF ST. LOUIS,' MO.
Which were totally destroyed by f re. tin
aud Sej.timber!fl, lf8t,
(irdorearcrolicltsd for ' '
Strictly Turo White Lead nnd Red Led,'
Cold' rrtKDcd nnd Pure Dark Cntor
Oil, Rtiw nnd Double Boiled
YOTTVTt W Ifyonwatit to learn Tclepra-"
JlJjll phv mo TeW monlhi, andbo'
certain of a situation, address Valunilno Brothers,:
Janeavlllc, w i.
A DYKRTISKliSl send for Mir fi'lert .l.Int of Ui
'oikl Newspioiers. (leo. I. Uoell L Co., 19
rM in , 9iii-i'i, .1. i ,
HulbertBros. Wliolesald Price List.
4 Piano, 7 oct., square, rosewood, carved,
irratfe Jim o.Y
7 riuuo, npr. oct., cahlnot urn' d IU Off
IS Or-un, 4 aeta rucds, !) imps Jt grand organ 59 00
05 " ll sets ree K t.l stops, emptor, sub b-ss 73 00
0 ir I'ianos and Orjana warrtnted fl-st-cla-s.
t Violin outfit, hov, how, strings, complete,. SOU
S " cremona mod -1, extra fino o on'
4 Accordeon, keys, bnsi boi, due tone. 1 00
" 11 "la op, 2 sets rettts. Perfect II V
7 Mouth Organ, Vienna concert, 81 holes 51
9 " Ocuuliie l(lcb'cr.U)hoIe, (f 8. 2
tl " " concert donblc iM holes " 1 Cft
1 1 Clailonet. genuine Martin, koys, bozwo d C 00
17 Flfo, In cbuny, (Krinan silver rcrutt:...mm, tff
I'l Music, box, 1 lime, crank, fine 1 13
19 " U tunes,, wind vtrllh lever, large 2S (W
20 Violoncello, patent, machtno hoad, good.. 10 00
ti Double Dais, patent head, 3 or 4 airings,, 2) 00
ii linltar, maple, machine head, flue fl-Jih.. 4 00
ii7 Banjo, 10 Inch, 4 tirais lira- kola 3 00
2H Cornet, bra's cornpnson style caio Jtcrooks 9
HO Drum, bran, Truislnn, Ornamented
(lold violin, guitar and banjo strings 'II. Ilroa.'
Hllver " " " " " " "
Stvol 11 11 41 u ( 41
Out. Itmsian, German or Italian, brat quality
Jns'rnctlnn Hook-. Uowe'i or Winners, any
Having Just madit a good trade for loo Slugs?
Hewing Machines, will sell ihem for each while
I hey last.
Money Is quite safe In common letter if plainly
Terms alrlct'y cash with order. Will tak
Agents and dealer send for our '0-page Cataloged
On above net wholcsalo palcei agents can make'
100 p- rcent profit.
Call on ua when yon come to St I.ouli.
Kefercucei: Any bank or wholesale hoars itt
Hulhvrt Urns. Ii tb only Oonoral Wholesale'
Music llouee In St. Louis.
flil Olive Street, Saint Louie, Mo.
fJVX rUIlCUASEU'b NOTICE.
To Prcseott Hurbsnk, or any other penon i
persons lutorostodt Kou are berohy notified that ,
at a it'e ol real estate, m the county of Alexander
and stale of Illinois, held by tho eoitatv eotu-eter
of said county, nt thu sotiihwestorty door of the
court hotiso In the city of Cairo, Iu salo county and
state, on tho llth dnr of August, A. D. IHsO. f'harlii
(iallither, tho undersigned, purchased the followlug
deserlhen real aitnlu slluuled In tho First
addition to the rltv of Cairo, county of Alex
ander and state of llllnola, fur the taxes duo and
unpaid tht reon for tho years A. D. lftTMSTrt,
1877, ItiTH and 179, tugathor with ponallles and
costs ; aald real e'tato bultif lased In the name of
said Prescott Hurbauk, bvwlt: Lotsnnmbeilwcn .
two (IK) twentv-lhreii(n,lwsinty.foiiT (94), thirty
l&i) and Ihlrtvmne (.11), tu block number twenty
nix In Hie FltttKlililloii to Uioclty of Cairo.
The time al'owed by liw fir tno rodemp- ,
Hon of said real estate will expire on I be ml def
of August, A. D. is.12. . t '
C1HHLM OAirtiRKn, rorckwer.
Cairo. Ills., April ini A. D.IW2. . -
rjux puitcnsEirs Noricic.
To Taylor it Parson, or env other BotmH' of
p rsi ns tnterestod i cu are hereby uotltlod thai
at e sah of real estate, in the comity of Alexander" -and
statu of Illinois, held br the eninty enlloelor of
m.iI. I ....iililu Ml.liA .mil k..)...!. JnM A ll,..
homo tu the city of I'elro, In said county aud
statu, on tho 2nd day of August. A, 11 Oe.
It, louts, the umierti'gnua, purchased tho
following described real ostulw situated In tho first
addition to the city of Cairo, In tne county of Al'
cxnndsr and slate of Illinois, for ihe taxes due nnd , '
unpaid therrua for tlig year A. ! lMTT.
together Vflth poiiftlllcs and costs; said ;
real oatalo being taxed In tbo name of
Tnylor to l'nnona, tu-wli : Ut nnmbe td wenty
SMvunt27l n block numbered twimiy-liru.liU), In tbe
Ktrst uddltlon tn the City of Cairo. Ttm timo al
lowed by law for the redemption of aald real sstste
will exolw on the til day f Aeartial, A. U IT 4 ,,
UKOUt.lj. K. LIST., rurch'
Caltc, till., April 13th, A. 0. Vm.