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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND W4KKLY.
Trmn lit 8uhiurtptlon.
ritKI Of I'uHTAUK :
Jlally ontiyear by carrier K
CJil per cunt, (lini'oiint II paid in u-1 vttn:u.)
Unity, onu yr i.y mull M in no
Daily. mm month I
Weeklv, oua y.:r si
Weelv, f, moiiilm 1 i
t OTlulin of flvu or miiru for Wuekly Hiilletln nt
onetime, pur year,l Ml
INVAIIUHI.r IN AUVANC.
All CommiiulmtlouH ahould he aiLlri-ufHil to
K. A. IH'KNttTT,
I'ubllaher and Pro'irlHtur.
LARES AND TENATE3.
II y J A SOX J III KIM.
I hurt no nsjM'clnl ilcsirn to ltytnn1 fur
Hit) Leiielit of tiiH Fourth Iiiick Clmn li,
hut onu of tin; (l'':icoiis entrcateil me to
do no, uml us I liml a Im 'lure written up
on tlie. k'enerul dlil'jeet of "Hume," with
th title. "Lines' uud I'cniite.s," I con
sented to deliver it. without any fi'f, in
the ehapel adjoining tlin elitll'fli.
As nothing was rhureil fi.r rnlinis
nion, the purpose heingj to take upneol
l'M'tion, the room whs quite two-third
full. I took my seat in a chair uiou the
platform, and presently was introduced
to thti pastor, upon whom devolved thu
duty of presenting me to the audience.
Thu j;ood man approached the jiei forin
mict) of his task with a rather discourag
ing air of deep solemnity. He said, in
ellect, that while innocent ainiit-ement
seemed to lie encouraged, lie ipiestioned
the prupiii ty of usinjr il as a iiieitns of
p itin money for tlm church. He con
fessed to a serious apprehension that
the forthcoming discourse was of rather
a frivolous imturo. For his part he had
opposed th scheme of having the lect
ure, hut he had heeri overruled, and now
lm wished it. to ho understood that ho
washed his hands of the whole business.
Then he invited mo to come, forward.
I lic'au thu discourse and for about
live minutr I got uloii, I thought,
quite well. Theti I heard some one
Miorinp. It was a snore epressiv of
lcep, intense, oatisfyin peace. Kach
snore, was loner. drawn, profound and
sonorous. Thu sleeper in;iiiile.-,tly was
i-xpcrii neing the mo t serene repose.
Thu sound annoved me eu-eodingly. It
heemed a lttlleetioti upon my discourse.
Afu r enduring il for aw line I caught
tlm eye of a iiiao on tho front bench,
and by nodding and contract in;; the
muscles of my face indicated that I
wished him to rouse Ion (deeper. I Ii
aroe and went fiver to the snoring man
and can tully examined him. Tlien.
without dinturbin him, he came to tli
edge of the platform and whispered to
"He seems pretty comfortable. Do
vou want him for anUhing iu purlieu
I thought pcrhapt it would be better
to l-t the matter drop.
There were directly in front of mo a
vomit: man and a girl who wore evident
ly lovers. I saw him furtively squeez
ing her hand two or three times, and lie
became conscious that I was looking at
him. lie then folded his arm.-, and fix
ing his gaze upon me with an air of
deep interest in tho lecture lit begun to
feel for her f rtit with hi. Kvcn with
niy eyes upon the manuscript I could
eee that young man's foot pushing out
to the p ;ht and swci-pin ail about in
Heardi for her foot. Mm .si fined tohaw
it tucked aw.iy far under the bench, for
ho could n"t m ounter it, although he
nt forward on the very eiL'eof his scat
and thrust his f,.ot underneath, until 1
vm realK- afraid lif would he lii- bal
ance and tuuiliic over
11,1011 t t'C Moor.
V at Im- during
i ' 'i .'h bis face
1 ii iii.- ecr-
.1 :i !frist
,C V, .- '1.
: l!..' w
' : ' 1 1 1 only by a
. ; lit the 1'car of
u;c di,li ulty in
-.' afi-'r gelling
thi'ty pages I
tin- janitor, iflin
,0- Ti' t
: : ; i tin o
d a-'., d that
so but h
!!:.! turn Up 'in' i 'Ms a
j:illii(r alteinpted to do
1 t!ic key the wrong way
out. At once 1 heard a
IHid put the g
noise near to me a- of a kiss, and I felt
that the young nun hud begun to im
provo his splendid opportunities. All
tJie Sunday-school boys in the room
whistled vehemently upon lb. ir lingers,
and it was with difficulty that the good
pastor could lie heard urging that the
lu st tiling to do would bo to adjourn. A
deacon, however, protested that the col
lection had iirt Urn taken up, and that
it would belittle short of madness to
dismiss the audience. Then the janitor
crept upon tlx' platform and asked mo
to hand him a match, and in u few min
utes we had the gas lighted and were
ready for a frcsli start. The man who
snored slent sweetly and snored evenly
nil thiiougii the period of excitement,
lie seemed to enjoy himself thoroughly.
Then I came to the most pathetic and
impressive passago in my lecture, and
in tho very midst of it the snoring man
suddenly awoke and began to ap
plaud. The audience joined him feebly,
excepting that tho young man on the
front bench clapped his hands vigorous
ly, possibly for the purpose of diverting
iny attention from tho fact, that bis foot
was resting at lust lovingly upon hers.
lint there was no applause when I
road my concluding paragraph' and
withdrew to the chair at thu head of tho
platform. People seemed to feel re
lieved. One deacon took his stand at
the door, and two others started up the
aisle with the collection baskets. They
begun with inc. liotli came up and hold
their baskets at ine, and I could not well
avoid dropping something in one, for
tho whole luidioneu was looking at me.
One of the deucuns before leaving me
"I thought it was going to bo a hu
While tho collection was taking, the
pastor rose and said ho felt it would not
Lo right to permit the opportunity to
pass to answer, upon tho spot, tho argu
ment advanced by tho lectin cr of tho
evening in favor (if polygamy.
I interrupted him to any that ho hud
mistaken my moaning. I hud not fav
ored polygamy. What I said was that
the law which gives a widow a third of
her luto husband's property could not
opnrntu whoiv there were four widows
ot one man. Ilwus, I su'nl, a kind of a
Hut tho pastor, without deigning to
look nt me, went on to suy tliut t lie most
Insidious kinds of evil dro Bouietiinos
disgui I'd mje u, anil then lie proceed
ed to In o his mind at luiu li length.
When h i had concluded the pcoplo
walked sileiiilv out, turning their beads
occasionally to look at me and to whin
ner the res ilts of their observation. No
li"!, than!.i.d inn and J walked down
stairs iu a sullen, gloomy frame of
In the street passed two men who
wcro talking. One of them who hud not
been at the entertainment asked the nth
cr what tho lecture wus about, and ho
"Oh, I diiiuio; unmet hiri or nuthur
'bout tares and peanuts!"
Tbo Tirst Advcrtiwiment.
It might be supoosed that these an
nouncements of births, niurriflges, and
deaths, so interesting and valuable as
we have found them to be, would arly
have found a place in our newspapers.
N'ldi, however, was not the case until
they hud reached a pretty mature nge,
although the eiii'iiest ojiroeit!it it e of
our newspaper, Ine Aili Inuiu'i of tho
lloiuans, contained -ueh li-ts, Thu first
p iper in lirilaiu puUihe I at stated in
tervals for the disseiiiinaiion of intelli
gence was the WiiLh) .Yio'i'.f, the first
number of which was published in Lon
don on the 2'M of Mv, lii.':'. It was
destiiute of advertisements, and, indeed,
contained very little news, The first
a lvortiscmmit appeared on the d of
April, l'i47, in No. IA of a weekly paper
called i'lrfa-l () i:urrfvn ni A'f n lime
Joiirwill in l'nrhnn id uml Otlit r ,1oie-.
ate luii:l!iji:nii'- i name that would
make our newsboys frantic and relates
to "A book applauded by the clergy of
Kngland, called 'The Iiue Might of
Church fiovenmient." 1 For several
years book-sellers were the only adver
tisers, but us the newspapers began to
circulate more anion l' tho less educated
classes, other kinds of advertisement
appeared, and the columns gradually
assumed a more business-like aspect.
The Mfrrusiw I'ulitkns, of Sept. HO,
liV.), contained the first trade advertise
ment, which relates tho charnii of the
pew ' drink called by thetJiiineans Telia,
by other nations tay, alias tee.." All
the Year fi'iuntl.
A medical journal devotes a wliolo
column to explaining what caused cold
perspira'ion. Any ono who Ink gone
Up a dai k alley and Mopped on a dc
would he w asting valuable time in ).;a -
ilig it. -I'll'
Tonic, Alterative and Cathartic.
.Simmons Liver Regulator, purely vege
table, is not uiii.lca.suut to the taste. Il is
the medicine geneially used iu the south
to an 'Use tlie torpid liver to healthy action
It cures malaria, biliousness, djspcpMH,
hcHdache, constipation and piles. Ihcnc
lion of the Regulator is free from nausea or
giiping. It is most effective iu starting
ti e si.tretioiia of tho liver, chiising the bile
to act as a cathartic. N lien there is an ex
cess ol lute in the stomach, tlie Kegniitor
is an active purge; utter tho rftuoval ot" the
Idle, it will tegulate the bowels and impart
vigor and health to the w hole system.
Mk. J. Ma Us ii. Hank ot Toronto, (Jut
writes: "Hilioiisiieas and dyspepsia stem to
have grown up with me; having been a suf
ferer for years, I have tried many .remedies,
but with no lasting result until I used your
liurdock Hiood Hitter They have been
truly a blessing to me, and I cannot speak
tow highly of them." Price $ 100, Pa u 10
O. Hurtle, Maiicht ster, N. Y., was
troubled with a.sthiiia for eieveii years. Had
been obliged to sit uji sometimes ti n or
twelve nights in succession, pound imme
diate relief from Thomas' Edeetric Oil, and
is now entirely cured. Paul 0. Schuh Agent.
' How do you manage," said a lady to
r friend, "to appear so happy all the
tune.' "1 always have larkers (.linger
Toeic handy, "was the replv," and thus
keep myself and laimly in good health.
When I am well I always feel good luituied.
See otht r coiuinn.
A Popular Tonic
KOHWMK I.IMiS AND ( 'ONSCMITHIN.
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, for the relief and cure of
loughs, Colds, Sole Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
'oiisumption in the incipient or advanced
stages ot the disease, I .'tut ever met with the
indorsement!) of phyi-icians or patients as
the celebrated "Toiu, Kock and Kye." The
repealed and continued sales of the aitide
every where are the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and tebtiinonalis from every
quarter of the country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, arc in
possession of the proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince the inont skeptical
readi r ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having? a
pleasant tasto and agreeable llavor, w
satisfy all those who are alllicted or piuing
away with pulmonary weakness ot the re
lief to be wen red by the use of Tolu, lioelt
and Kye. Chicago Times.
Du. Klikk'h Great Nehvk Kestohku is
the marvel of the age for all nerve diseases
All tits stopped fiee. Send to Uol Arch
street, Philadelpia, Pa.
To regulate thu liver, stomach, and bow
els all you need is "Sellers' Liver Pills."
lake them nnd see,
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Arc you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child Buffering and
crvingwitn tho excruciating pain ot cut tin
teeth? If so, go at onco and get a bottle of
Mrs, WuisIow'b Soothing Syrup. It will
relievo the poor liltlu sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will tint tell you
at once that it will regulate tlie bowels
and give rest to the mother, nnd relief and
health to the child, operating like magic
It is peilectly sale to uso in alt cases, am
pleasant to tho taste, ana is the prescrip
tion ot one ot the oldest and best fenialo
physicians and nurses iu tho United States
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottlu.
Allen's Brain Pood positively cures nerv
oiisdcss, nervous debility, and all weukness
ot ceucrativo organa. 1. 5 for SO. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allon'8
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold iu
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
Trim to Her Trust.
Too much cannot bu said of the ever
faithful wit'o nnd mother, constantly watch
ing uml curing for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a single duly in their behalf. When
they aru iiswiiled by diHiiase, and thu
tem should have a thorough cleaiisintr. the
stomach nnd bowels renulaicd. blond puri
fied, and malarial pouop exterminated, she
must know thut Electric Hit Urn are thu only
Bine remedy. They are the best nnd purest
iiieilicmo in the world and only cost li I ty
cents. Sihl by (Jeo. ;. O'llaiu. (4)
Tlie Londott Liiiicet.
The "London Lancet"' says: "Many a lite
hfla been savci by tli(. moral couruL'o of thu
siiU'eier" and many a life bus been Hived by
taking SjiriiiL' Jilossom in case of bilious
fever, indigestion or liver complaint."
Prioc!i() cents, tiial bottles 10 (.,.,ll8, jllU
. Schuh Audit.
Proof Po itivc.
We have the most po.sitiw; ami convincing
proof that Thomas' Edeetric Oil in a most
effectual Kpccilic tor bodily pain. In cases
of rheumatism and neuralgia it gives instant
relief. Paul (1. jSchub Aoent.
A (ici)cr:il Stampede.
Never w.ib biith u rush made for any
Ding Store as is now at (leorge E. O'llara,
for a tiial bottle of Dr. King's New Dir-
covi ry lor Consumption, Coughs and Colds.
All persons uileoled with Asthum, Iiron
chilis, lloiirscru ss, S vcre Coii'dis. or anv
affection of the Throat and Lungs, can get
atrial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling ut ahiAc Drug Store. Itj
Love Your Neighbor.
When your friend or neighbor is laboring
under bodily nllli'-tion. Indigestion, bilious
nous, constipation, caused by impurity of
blood, or disorders of the kidm ys or liver,
don't Piil to recoimuind Hurdock lilood
ibtti is, a.si'ie and sale remedy. Price $1.00
Paul (i. Schuh Agent.
"Wnv is Mis. Lydia E. Pinkham'a Veg
etable Conijiound like the Mississippi river
iu h spring Irctdiet; Because the immense
volume of this healing river moves with
.such momentum that it sweeps away all ob
stacles and is literally Hooding the coun
try." "LiMisiiv's HlouliSeahcheu" the great
medicine for fever and ague, malum, and all
blood poison. Don't fail to use it.
No Mich Word as Fail.
"I have used your Spring Hlossoru for
dyspepsia, headache, and constipation, and
find it has done me u great deal of good. I
shall recommend it to my friends.
"MuySMMi, Main St., Buffalo."
Price 00 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul
(. Schuh Agent.
Tiik (iratnt Central Hotel, Hniadway,
New York city, is tho "(irand Central" iu
fact as well as in name, being more cen
trally located than any other tirst-cluss ho
tel in New York city. It is in easy access
to every point of Miterest or business in the
city. It is well kept, iccently thoroughly
renovated and returnished, and is only
$:j.00 to $:. 00 per day, with moderate
charge for parlor and baths. Don't fail to
stop there when you go to New York city.
;'ti() rooms on European plan at f 1.00 and
upwuidsptr day, also a good re-.taurant at
Fuck leu' Arnica Salve
The Hi st Salve in the world for Cuts,
liruisos, Sores, l lci rs. Salt Khrum. Fever
ores, Tetter, Chapped M unis, Chilblain,
Coins, ami all Skin Eruption.,, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to yive per
fect S'ttisraction, or money refunded. Price
) cents pur box. h -r sile by di.o. h
To promote a vigorous growth of the
iair, us'- Patker's Hair liiisMia. Itn-storen
the joutbCul color to rav hair, itiuoves
dandrulV, and cures itcliinc; of the sculp.
Tin-: VoiUK- Uki.t Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. IV-s Celebrated Klectro-Voltaic
P.clts and Kleclrlc Api!iuiicc. on trial
for thirty days to nu n lyoiiiu,' or old) who
are alllicted with Mcrvi.us Ihbility, Lost
Vitality and Manhood, and kindred troubles,
Ciiarnnti ein' siacdy and complete' restora
tion ol health and manly vn;or. Address
lis above. N. I'. -No risk is incurred, ns
thirty days' trial is allowed.
Over S00,(HM.i Howe scale have been sold,
and the demand increasing continually.
Porde.u, Selltck & Co., njreiit-i, St. Louis,
A GOOD PAlifiAIN
Will be uiven some enterprisein' man
in Tiik iu i.j.ktix Puibiino;, which is now
ullered lor sale on easy terms, ong tune
and low- rate of interest. The buildim:
has rented for the past year for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per month.
I lie property consists o 4 lots, nnd two
brick buildings -a three story -10x00 and a
two story It! x 1). II is a froniane of r,o
feet on WasliiiH'toti avenue and loOfeeton
l's'th utrcet. I f desired Ihe machinery, en
nine, boiler, ike, in the 'J story buildim;
will be sold with it. For particulars ad
dress thin olFuc, or Jul n II O'otrly, Hlooin
Oo to Paul (. Hehiib lor Mrs. Freetnau'H
New National Dyes. For brin'htnesn and
durability of color are uneuualed. Color
from 2 to Ji pounds. I);rectionH in Eni'lirl.
and derma!:. Price lo cents
Statk or Illinois I Circuit Court of Al
vaa examicr Cniinly
Cocnty ok A i Ex AN ni.ii I In Chancery.
KuReulu C'ullcy and Cyrlllo A. Mnrchlliloii
Jeremiah McDurlul. Kllzalielh McDanlel, Mon-aK
Uooilman nnd .laiuea Honey,
Hill to foreclose MortL'iiL'e
rtlhtlc no'lce l hereby (iveii that. In purioiimcn
of a decree made and entered hv caid court ia
the above entllled enns", on tie: '.Hith day of Muv,
A. 11. ISH:. 1, lie i iliidernii:ui)d, muhter 111 chancery
ot the in court, m II. on
MU.NDAY, 1 11 K JITII DAY OK ,)t bY,
nt the hour of 11 o'clock In thu forenoon,
at tlnoMiiili'WOKii rlv doorel the court house In tho
city of Cairo, county of A I xaniler and Mate of
Illinois, mil at public auction, In the hluheal hid
der, for each, all and htnuilHr, tlie followln tin
acr.hcd pre inlcet and real eM-ite In said decree
nioMioned, elliiale In the con ty of Alexander and
Into of Illinois, orno much thereof ns shall he
anfnetunt to aatlafv raid decree, io-aU: Thi-soiuh
eaut quarter ol the Kouthwent unarier of axctloa
I hirty four (:l li, in lownchln Miinhi'red Kourteeti
(H).aoath of raiiue two ('.') west nt Ihn third prln-
cipal inorldian, exceplthreo acres la tho auutli
weal corner uf aalil quarter cectlun,
Diitiid.Cni o, Illinois, .Inly 1st. IHftj,
Al.KX II. IIIVIN.
Muster In Chancery
alteii Waiiukk, Cooiplulnaut't Sullcltor.
SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 2, 188:
Indian Blood Syrup.
j lVhii'iKla, 1.1 vi r lis
J piimi'h, Kevcritnil Acne
1 it lilii'iinmusiii, liiniisv,
JYJ Hmrl liisi-nw, lliln .us.
iu'kk, Nervous lu'liili'y
TliK UKKT IiKJlKUY KNOWN TO M.W!
welve Thousand Jtottles
Sold Since 1H70!
I Mk Svriip pn!n viiricrt iiroprii(:r : Il Mou
n.iUu Ihn .tynllne in tlie snilvii. which cimvcrts
tin' Klan h and unirnr (if the fund into uIiicohh. A
oVIlcieiiry in plynliuc cmirm winil mid i)iiriiii ol
tli' foiiil In the Homach. If Hit- nicdici a .4u,tell
niiiuilinieljrKftiTeuUUL;, Uiu rvniiiiiitaliuii ol loud
in iri vi!iiln(t.
Iiaeu ilium tlif LIViT,
it acls tl ll the Klilneys,
Il llemihiteK tlie Howelfi,
it 1'uriMeM Hie IWikmI.
It Quiets the Nervous Sjsti'iiu
It I 'rolnol e Mgesliiui,
It Nourishes, Streiigiln iid Hml Iiivlciirstcn,
It arrlesiiif the Old Hlmxl hiii! inaki-s New.
It Ojii-ns the I'orrs or the Skill and lniluei'S
It mult rati r.ef the hcrt-ilitary tmnt, or polnn in
the Mood, which Kent-rslcs Mcrofula, Ervsipcliis.
aud all manner of bkln UHeaiiea and Internal bu
rner. There are no pirltn employed In 11 manufacture
and It tan Im taken by the mod delicate hahe. or liy
the at;ed anil feeble, care only heinu required Iu at
tend n tu directum!.
Oalva, Henry County, Illc.
I amlTi'rlng from Sick Headache nnd ll.zzl
ni: iiothut I could not attend to my houcehnld du
iWf. and a short triiil of llr. Clark JiihnsoD'ii li:dl
an Blood Hymn efti-tiuallv cun-d me.
MRS HELEN KI.KINS.
Waterman Station. HeKalh Co., lilt.
'I hi If to certify that Dr Clark JiihiiHon'n Indian
Blood Syrup ban cured meef fain in the liuck. It
is a valiianle niedtr.ino. Mlts Wool),
Centre Hill, While Co , Ark.
Thi it to o-riif that I was afflicted will) I'altd-
tation of the Heart for many yearn I tried differ
ent doctors, whom prcurriptioiiH tended morn to
weaken me than they did to strengthen. I Hi last
ri-f Ivid lo try Dr. Clark Johneon n Indian lilood
Syntp. which proved to n? a niwUtvu cure- not on
ly curing the 11. -art Dtsensu, hut ulno a Sick Ili ad
ach hich had been troubling me.
I wa afflicted with I.ler Coinplutnt and Dyspc-p
iIh and failed tocnl relief, allhiinifh ui li lT modi
cikc ironi our ni si uoriora I couimeiurd umnt;
llr. .lohnsnu a Indian lilned syriip. anil acliort trial
cun-d ine T. . lilMNii, .Mouije, 111
Tliis rerttfli " that Dr. Clurk .lolin-imV Indian
leooj Syrup hus etlortuatly cured nu- of uyepepe ia
Too much cannot he caul in praise o' It.-
v. K. Ml.y .Mr.K, Iledlord, no.
Agents wanted for Ihe sale of ihe Indian lilood
Syrup in ey. ry town or vill.ije, in which 1 havi no
i;etil. fartl.-.ul.-irs j;iy,'ri on appllcutlon.
DIM i.dlsTS SKI.!, I I,
I.Aliratory Wet tld a t. N Y City.
RAY'S SPECIFIC MEIUCINK.
TRADE MAkk. The (ireat
An 1'sh l-iliedv
unlBiline cure for
poliTiicy r.,nl all
illsea-es that folow
a f a sc(i)enre
of ai-lf abuse; hi
li.ki. ,if titi.mii.o
JjCIOrO lakiniiituversal lii'sltndu . C' 'I',,l;
diiiiio-cs of vision, premature nld Ml. niurv
other dis.-ases that lead In iniii!t v, roiifiue pi ion
or a premature irrave.
"na il in l ie hack .I4ti.li:.
It? 'Hill I'linu u ara In our iiatio, blet. uMh -.-
desire to rend free bv mail to everyone. trTlie
(s-ciiie Medii ii.e Im sold bvall dni-.M'ii-tx at $1 p i
neKH', or sin pin k'li'ea lor J or will be neiit free
bv mail on rem pi of the money, bv add reus in:
Tllft (iUAV MKIUCINK CO.,
Ut'tTAI O, !" . V .
On ncc-:iiit of counterfeit,.. v.. have iclopted
Yellow W rapper; the onlv neliiiine, l.uuiuntei s
of cure If-siied
Sold In Cairo by I". U. SC l it .
Wliolemilu Aenis, Mornsou, l'luinber ,v Cn..
State of Illinois, )
County of Alexander) dircounly. Iu Chancery
Samuel NtaBtii I aylor and Kdwtn t'uruo hp. Iriif
teen ol the Cairo Trunt Property.
liri jiimtn l'. I'urker.
Hill to 1'orcclor-e Miirtuii'.'e.
run:tc nonce in-retiy niveti, thai, in purr-muico
oi a oeeri-e mane aim enicri il ny kioiI court l:i
the nbove enillled canne, on Ihe Uitli day of May
A. II. 1VJ. I the il iKli-ielL'iieil, nueter III
chat ry of the raid imirl will, on
MONDAY. I II!'. t!l I II DY OK ,HT,Y. Mi. nt
the hour of 11 o'clock Iu the forenoon, ut the huiiIIi
wenterly ib or of the court houne, In the city of
Cairo, rountvot Alexander and Slate of IIIiim.s,
Hell at public, uuclion, lo the hluhent bidder, for
ciinh. nil nnd anuiiilnr, thu followim; d. Hi rllu d
pri'iii'mi K and real enlnte In nald decree ineiitiiine I,
Bituate Hi thecoiiuty of Alexander and uliile ol
lllllioin, or ho much Iherewf nc hIiiiII he hiiIIIi lenl to
AMy Hind decree, to-wlt: ,ot iiiiinbereil Seven
teen ( IT), In block numbered Korl -hIx. i lii) In thu
city of Cairo, an known and deHlj:nuicd on the r'
corded map or plal of aahl cily.
Dated Cairo, lllluoiH, July Nt, iksj.
Al.KX. II 1KVIN.
Maier in Chancery.
(.IlKKN Alill.liKliT, Colup'aiMiilit'ii .Solicitor
fiiittn of llllno'a,
, -Hii-Clrciilt Court of Alex-
County of Alexander I auder coiuily .
ElUa Kixtiey, Mart HlKiiey and Thotiuu Hlf'uey.
lull to foreclo-e tnortiriitia.
ruhllc notice la herehy Klven, thai, in pilMtiaiicu
of a decree made and entered by Haid court in Ho)
ahovo entitled till at!, on Ihe III h day of May,
A. I). I, the iindi inliiiied, nviHler Iti chancery
nl the aalil ci dirt, will on
MO.N1MY TIIK lilTil DAY (IK Jl'LT. tKJ
jjt tlia hour of It o'clock lu tho
forenoon, at the aotithweHterlv door
of thecourt liniiain the city ol t.'al'o, county of
Alexander, and at ate of llilnola, aell at tmhllc auc
tion, to the hleheHt lilddiu, for ciiKh, all
and Mnear, Ihn followliiK dencrlbed pretnlai a and
real erliito lu aald derrou toeiulomd, altnale In the
county of Alexander nnd main of llilnola,
or an much thereof aa ahall ho aulllclent toaatlHl'y
aald decree, to-wlt : Lot numbered Twenty Tour
(31). lu Hock numbered Thirty (run In thu city ol
Cairo, aa known and dealiiuutcd on tho rotord-d
map or platofuHld city.
Dated, Cairo, 111,, July lat, mi
, ,, , JIuHtertn Chancery.
Jno. M. IiANauKM, Couiplutnaufa Hoilcltor.
Over 2,000,000 Hotth'-s
Kor ciiui'l.H. colds, soie l.iu.it. I,n,nrl,iii- ii,i ,,
,1,,,.,,, ... - , . '
.in. , im . l nu,, lillli:r.
lliroat, clii'Ht and lunue.
Balsam of Tolu !
I,.,, ,, , . , . .
il II I inn n.nertieeii so advantageously cnnipminiled
union In Us sootlom. Huisaiinc properties, It uilorils u
",,s-. (ii inn., i ii, i. iiii;!, iiio, oeeu reneveu.
Wn-T 11' I N OPAUT SIZK POTTLKS FDIi FAMILY I SP, I'liICK
( ) A I 'V( l TV f ln"t,l'iMl';;-eivedtiy deulcra who try i pn,,,, ,,n upon y.m Uo(
,i . , . l'1' " 'f our Tolu, Hock and Kye, winch is Uh, onlv medicaied ur
i.uue- limn jiriviiii- oie iroirieiary HOiliipnn
I lie itil.l , KH K ami Hi h CO., Propiii tors. 41 Uivi r Mreet, Chicago, 111.
Soi.it ii v Durouisis, (JiiocPKs and Dkai.kks Kvkkywiikhk.
I'ubllHhrd Monthly, I'rlrr $3.00 (-e
Mo. 1 (New Scries) Contains
I i II
'I I e I.
!' the Itivi-r Simi" At Im I olf oss. i in
Si-a -oni. .V ( ho J, M. North.
line, V r;..hy JIMmkIs.
Il:nl -Oil irt. t f-in.-irt.
'ei ' I .ircucll-Oiurtc t . U'. I ).
l.'lL-l.l I'.V, s U
s - (i.ivnttr . . Uieleleld.
iiilnii tour I i am!- Hi nder.
(Joeen of I le.ll'i
ll-cl mid Toe f
New Ye:ir .' t in
. tu ir I'i'Ikii . l-i-.-.nboin.
Von Ml ,i I t n'
A Triiil '
i tit.iiid March . ..Dressier. .in
I'rip-Nii'.. i and j muileil p.m. i.,, id
Ail'la .: J. L. PETEPS 307 Nnrth
'l.N'):i, 1: Y SlAIH OKI. AN ., Ditson's I-.1HTIO V:
S KW ADVKKTIHEMKNTH.
Will j;ot va!u.il)lu iuloi-inti-
by seinlir.K for circular to Ii. TUl'KJEE, lionton,
IMI'KOVKI) ROOT IIEKR. ,('
package tnukea 5 nallnua of a deli-
eiotin. hol,8oii)e. eparkliiisj temperance bev
erune. Aik your ilniKKirl, or neut by mall for i'ic.
O. k. HIKES. 1:1 . Dela. Ave.. I'liilaiU.
Per week can he made in anv locality
SomelhiiiL' entirely new for aijr-nt. outfit
n. i .i ha ii a ii iu., nomou, siiihk
$500 ItEWARD !
Stii.lman's KLIXIIl op LIFK
A ynn Veir.-tabli-lilood Turne r, am) u'uaran
lu d lo i-ure nr. i iise in 1. (). Iir money refurded
Tim above riwurd willoe in d lor a remedy which
will cure m many case ,,f Miliaria, Kever and Ague,
lyr.-)teiiL. Kliviiiiiatinni. t'atarrh, Liver and Kid
lii'V lllaeiinen. 'iaHOi llottli-H eold Oil itK ineritK,
wllhout advertiit'.k;. in Heven yeirn If li'lioun,
IdiiL'ul'l, and vo'ii aiuliition ia u'one, life In t;loomv.
Try one bottle. It will convince you ol it h loipcrl
orlty over any oiler remedy. Il you have unv 1 1 it
mor of the Skin or blood, fr-un w liutiiver cause,
th h Kluir will i ure It when all other remedies
have lulled. Ark your driiu'l-'lKt Tor It. Trice J,l
and $J. A $J dollar ho. tie neiit by expr.-HB pre
ler.l M i il liv A. !,. STILI.M N ,t l'i., New
York i In ii in r.. free . C. W1M.AI.J), Oen'l
Atfeiit f. .S. nnrt t'Hiiiidn, Troy, N. Y.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS L
Itlnoil, nnd v illeiiniiiletelychanfffllhe blond intheoii-
tiri'uvsiein in ihreo uiotiiIi. Art) pHrsnii u ho u ill Inkn
I pill eni'h n.li t fmiii 1 to 12 weeks may be restored
lonnuild heiilth, if sin tl R thttor li imssilile. Sijld ev
enwbere. or wnt by until fur H letter slump. I. S.
JoiiNhuN .If Co., Iteston, Mans., (oruierlv llatiL'or. Mo.
inj kc. HON, in iinoatt.vp curufor all Dtachnrireii.
dtin,'itiH. btiiarlinK nnd J-'iinfol Buniintiona or tho
fi ' . . -i 1 1 1 ot vu-mo JO
"In. FnrRnlo bvalldrusr-
orRontbv Kxt.reHa on rn-
JOHN U. I'AKK SONH
lTTiaiiJ I 77 8ye.iuiur Ut. OINCINMATt'
OHIO i'le.iriUIilvlltkill lilia VIP"!. '
l or Sab- by l'. III ' I. A Y lilUCS. Cain., lllii om.
ftV JUiirrth'Uit turt$.
kmt K LINK'S GRFAT
PJl Nfhve Restore w
..i HuAIN AMI htH U
N". KKt l m NrUVR AlTKO
is ihrivt' ii. .i-hff 'it'tr prtit'iv 'u-e. TrntiM k
12 tr'Hl I'-ittlc tni" in Kit CiiKMti.tlK'V I'MTiiik rirrHhS
haw ii li'.i,wln-ti ri'pci vml. Snl nnninK.IVO.nml
ipr-Ki'l-lrf jf nltlii'le.l id IlK.KI.INK.WI Arch
Rfasonn Why they ar rreferrett lo
Other roruuH Vlaster or lCMerumV
Hnroiia tlicy poaacsa all thn mnrit ot tha
atreiiBtheninir poroua plaatcr, and contain in ad
dition thereto the) newly discovered powerful and
active Vfirvtatiln combination which acta with in
creased rubefacient, atlraulatiuc, eedatlve and
counter irtitaut ello' ts.
lli'eaupo they urea irontiin pharmaceutical prep,
nration, aud do racofuned by thu protuaaion.
Ileraimri tiny are tha only plaators that relievo
.aiti at oncu,
lb'cauan they will poult vely cure diacawia which
other reiucdica will not even reliovo.
Kerauaa over WW) ph yalclana and drugRlata have
voluntiirlly teatifled that thty are au lienor to all
other iilantura or medlcluca for external urfi,
Ucrynae tha manufacturer! bars received th
only uiodala ever given for poroua plaaturi,
Benson's Capcine Porous Plaster!
SEABURY & JOHNSON,
MannrncturiDK Chenilata, lNrw Torn,
M'TttlHK HkrIEttY"AtTQTr"lr"ici McTS
A HEAD'S Medicated CORN Md BUNION PLASTf fr
,, i. , ..,7 .,.
r,,, "N 'sviNinmiiip,, ttnl,
mi" s!ny" bun one ol the ino-i immirOin.
i-apoiH wie,,!ed by the Mcdluil facility
i!insi me im k a' n meets of i .nu,.ha, Louts.
rum hiiii, si:,nm, hore I lirciu, l utisunin
in hi lis 1 1 i-i t i ii i uml tul vu ii ed siiil'i s. ana
all ilisi 'ses of ihe llirimt, (In -I and luiies,
as In the celel.oited'l ,,lu, IWik nail live. In ad
dillusivu flmniliiM nnd lei le, i bund up Ilia
k and hve iu
ta.li! iiiait !-
' a, mun V
aaiiuia I'ttxt-pititl. Slii(lo Xos, HO ctH.
No. 2(Ncw Series) Contains
IM be a ItuiieilK- Sriiu' KieliiinU. f te
'I be. L- I
Here e ci
t lit III l ml;
1 1 nor ni, . ,. licnuett.
Die. t Williams.
-I rut. nr mi.t, viiiccs..Kreift
rs iu:iil,t Il-illili.
III -li.lv W all. !;irk r.
'.ml Uliielle Ilehn us.
i Man h l'ieir Hands Dis.U r.
I'.lII.i rulku ltapli.u I .on.
on receipt of f$ cts
i.r biiir miinllii for f i.oo, i
Plrth Citr, S lr,,io
-V.cni'V Im I'liAsri
.1 i'iill List.
- . An. Send tur our llltl ;O.I(
rI'h ltnc;of'th II ily la the b.-aln; the
(toinaeh itH ilium HUppoit ; tin: iier.es Its m-ssen-Ura
; the howeU. the kldeeya and th Jiorua in
r-afecuurda. Indiuenf Ion creates a violent revolt,
anio!i) tbe'e attaches ol the ri'L'al oruun, anil to
hrli.p them back to their dutv, then- U nothtni; like
the reirnlHtlni!, pti rtiytntt. Invlnn-attiiir, ro iltnijop
erallon ol Taiiiun r'si .Ski.tzkk Ai i-kiuknt. It rou
ovate the hjhIiiii nnd rentoren to heal II) both the
ho ty anil the mind .
sou) hy all nitroi'itsrs.
I rLT W I rti. ild Hand China
cloi-e flump for
partlculura. ATLANTIC THA CO., Kitctibur
VflUVfr M ll'V II ou want to learn Tele;ra
1 'JCilU ..'I i Jil ,,v n u few month, and be
certain of a altuatlnii, mldreaa Valentine I'.rothers,
Jiini'KVille.. W iii.
I'.V A.II A'I'OUS.
II. I t'STHA ri:n CVrVLOLiUB
FHKK. AMKIt. MTU CI) .
eSS2Sa wayncsboro Pa.
i iiii.oiK'CMru'Kn-.'sr i(l1li -u, m,t. :t i.' n-imr in -n: ftiy
prlil.-.fr. n. id . 'i - f im-. t i ni in i t hKKif.r m.T'r .I- :i!'hl' iu
BRAIN. PROVISIONS&S lOCKS
J'Vh ni"tiiiKTeeiii tin
Club. Ml ti loo ut -
pltrtlllif e(tenil iulir
ne.'il. ol omihil eil nil. it. i! nl the
in. iMl.l.'ti.' iu.il l. :!: '. lie-
Li.e It e.- i; i.-T. W itt-.'. lile.lrll,
.'.-. trie i. I al .I... A I. i.il.lee.ir.
I' iIiviii I :. ii..;,ii. ,
rin.lili-lt Wlllile I ill e
t t.'Uli. P'li i.li I II 111. -IHPtllK.
ii'itn.it. .r-v fir .ir v
tCo., it; 4i;h !.:m
I l!'.v. A. ''Ire . II. 1.. htsliAlu.
iik si.,c:ih:.si.o, n.i
OF EVERY KINO CHEAPER THAN KVEB.
lllfloK.RlKit r.uiiH, K. volvern, Aminuiiltlou,
I'UliliiK Tuckle, Seliieit, NetH, Knlven,
Knol H.SIinten, lliiminiM-ha, 'te.
I.tirhP llliialr.'ili-il 'iitali,u fit EE.
c 1 I reHM
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
II !'?' II I 'if i II, I'A.
WANTED! I..'1'ln h nti.l (ienilemeii. toencapo
llh lis lo m II soverul I'Hfl'ul lloiiHeb.itil
ArtiilcH.. riolilx larce l.ntmr U light.
Kiel loom t.nli.,iy Kiveii. No coiMpHtllion.
Terms lilierel. Clrculari VUKK Adilre.se
Hewitt Maiiul'iict'it Co., Hut Hfls, rittbur)rh, Pa.
Swetlkh Iusoot Powilor Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
It will tliiininelilv pxtermln:tte Rouehea, Ants,
lied lines, Klivis, I.li'e.Toliiu i o liml ColluIlW orul,
Moih, etc. It lamtli., mire, rleunly ntul eheup. It
will not ioImui titii mills ir fowls. Sample pack
iu;e bv lino! ;l cents, potd-puiil, Pnimps taken.
Cireolurs liee. Aifeols Wanli-.l. A.MreHS,
J. U. JOHNSTON. I'lttsbnrgh JPa.
jejaof all kinds tor sate very cheap.
Il 1 Catalogues froo. Aditrow, RICHHRO
1 1 Ahull co. box eoo, fi'Mmrvi.. ra.
fj'Wii--Ki I' f-iv.w r: M'ju it Mtrr -
:.'ti! iri -i- .a-vr!
A Nov and t nmpieto II .t.i-1, frontlni; on l.uvua
Second aud Kail run J fitrcuta,
Th ra"eni!er I) tint or tho Cli;n, St I.onla
an'" .iw Orleana: lllinol-i Conlr.il; vt atia-li, Ml.
I.ottla and rui'lilc, lion Mountain and Southern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cain and St. I.oina Hallway
aru alt J tint itcroaa tho vtruet; while the Hteiuuhoat
Lalidtnu la but one ainnru tltntnnt,
Thin Hotel la heated hy aleatn, haa ateam
Laundry, llvilrai.tlo Klavatnr, Klectrle Cult Italia.
Automatic. Klro-Alarma, Hatha, abaoltitely pure air,
ported atiwirat:e and complete appotnt'.nimta.
Stinerh fnrtimhlun; perfect aervlcv; and an an
U P. PARK ICR Ac CO.,LaMM
Vik .A.Vi' Mr ft, V IPiVlfiM
M -. ". Si X