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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1582.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
'l'rm ot Hubioription.
ruKi op pobtaoi:
Dally one year by carrier $13 00
CM pur cent. dUcouut It i id iu J viiuce.)
0ily, one year i.y man in no
laily.on month . M I on
Weekly, one year it
rV'eely.fl mouths 1 i")
HyC'lub ofnre nr mora fur Weekly Uullutlu it
one tlmo, cr year.fl Ml
INVAKIAUI.T II lVf!.
All Communications should tie addressed to
K. A. ItUKNKTT.
Publlaher and i'ro'irletor.
Art by the Wholesale-.
The Way Genuine Oil Filming! Are Froduced for
the Country Market.
Oil iiintiris, fti) a rule, am rather ex
jwriHivo luxuriiN, yt't every year our
country cousins are vUitwl by pKiMlurs
who oll'cr them these name expensive
luxuries for a more Hon;,', rri-ncnilly for
about tho ric of a gooil-si.od cliromo.
At lirst tho business was striftly con
liiKul to the country, but apparently tho
rural regions hav been Htoekeil, ami
these oil-painting venders have been of
fering their wares for sail in the less
fashionable portions of the city. An
examination of tho pictures reveals tho
fact that they are indisputably what
they are represented to be--genuine oil
paintings. Of cour.-e, in their execution
they are not of a very high order of ar
tistic excellence, being for the inoht part
mere daubs of tho chromo htyle of de
sign. Yet, taking in consideration their
many faults, they arc sold at. astonish
ingly low prices; which scarcely seem
Millieieut to cover the cost of eanvas
and frames, not to speak of the arti-a's
labor. In tho country the matter has
been explained by tho peddler saying
that the pictures had been stolenand
the pious countryman chuckles in pay
ing out his cash, imagining that he is
purchasing one of the old masters that,
icrhaps, has been Inched from some
European callerv. In the citv. howev
er, where men are used to crooked ways,
such a flimsy story obtains no credence,
and the pictures are bought merely as
the productions of a third or fourth rato
painter. Outside of artistic circles it is
not generally known how these pictures
are made. Some have supposed that in
some occult manner they are printed to
imitate handwork so clo.-ely as to defy
detection. But this is an" error. In
reality they are the work of very infe
rior artists, or sometimes of a really good
arti.it, who takes this means of replen
ishing his exhausted excheipier. The
way in which they are manufacted is as
follows: Around the w alls of his stu
tlio, as he calls it dirty, turpentinery
room would Iw nearer the truth is
stretched on a stout frame a strip of
canvas of the width that the picture is
intended to be. If the room is fifteen
by ten, the strip will be fifty feel long,
and it will furnish twenty jiaintings.
This strip is then painted white with a
large brush, and when dry everything
is ready for the pictures, first, howev
er, it is divided into cjual Bpaces just
the size of the intended painting. Then
tho nrti-t takes his palette with sky col
or mixed upon it and proceeds to paint
the twenty skies, one after the other.
This ho docs very rapidly from long
practice. In a like manner he paints in
all tho twenty backgrounds, one color
at a time, until at last he runs over them
to give them the finishing (ouches, w hen
helias on his strip twenty paintings ex
actly alike. The canvas is then cut on
the dividing lines, and the pictures are
all ready for framing. Of course, the de
signs used are always simple ami conven
tional; a very intricate plan would ne
cessitate too much labor, so a ruined
mill or a tumble-down castle by the side
of a rolling blue river arc iiiiially the
slock scenery. An artist working stead
ily can naint about twenty such pictures
in tw o ilays, ami when they are framed
they are sold for at least !fH, and all
above that figure that the purchaser can
be induced to give. f 7ji immti (hudtc
Charles Carlcton Collin, in his "Boys
of '61," relates tho following incident
connected with tho Potomac Army's
March north, shortly before tho Battle
of Gettysburg. When tho Fifth Corps
Iiassed through thn town of Liberty,
a fanner rode into tho village
mounted on his farm-wagon. His load
was covered with white table-cloths.
"What have ye got to sell, old fellow?
Bread, eh?" said a soldier, raising a
corner of the cloth and revealing loaves
of sweet, soft, plain broad, with several
bushels of ginger-cakes.
"What do you ask for a loaf?"
"I haven't any to sell," said the far
mer. "Haven't any to sell? What aro ye
Tho farmer made no reply.
"Sco here, old man, won't ye sell mo
a hunk of your gingerbread?" said tho
soldier, producing un old wallet.
"Well, you're a man to be proud of,
aint you? I've a great mind to tip you
out of your old bread-cart. It would
hci'vo you right. Hero we aro march
ing all night and all day to protect your
property, and wo haven't had any
breakfast, Hiid may not have any din
ner. You're a pretty mean set round
hero any way," said the soldier.
A crowd of soldiers had gathered,
and others expressed their indignation.
After quietly listening to them, with a
half-smiling faeo for a few minutes, tho
old fanner stood up un his wagon-seat,
took off tho tablecloths and replied,
'I didn't bring my bread here to sell,
boys. My wifo ami daughters sat up all
ulght to bnke it for yon, and you're wel
come to till 1'vo got, nml I wish 1 had
ton limes iw much. Help yourselves!"
"Hurrah! hurrah! hurrah!" "Hood
for you!" "You' ro worth tho lighting
for!" "Threo cheers for tho old man!"
"Throe more for tho old lady!" "Threo
moro for tho girls!" They threw up
their crips and fairly danced for joy.'
Tho bread and cakes were gono in a
"Set here, my friend, I tako back all
tho hard words'l mild about you," mild
the lirst soldier, nhakinsr hands with tho
farmer, who sat on his wagon half
laughing, and yet ho pleased and happy
thuUho could do something for tho sol
diers, that ho wtu almost as much la
clinocl to cry. '
If yiu cxpeiiunco bad tusto in mouth,
Sfillownesa or yellow color of bk in, feel
stupid and drowsy, appetite unsteady, fru
quent headache or dizziness, you are "bilb
mis," and nothing will arouse your liver to
action and strengthen up your system equal
to Dr. Pierce's Ooldeu Medical Discovery."
A Chinese Murder Case.
A horrible story is told in a recent
number of the iVkin 1 hurtle. Thero
w as a young man of so bad a disposition
that his father compelled him to fai-rhia
(set up a separate establishment). One
day the old man came to his son's house
intending to pawn ono of the young
man's coats to .gamble with. Tho son
refused, objecting also to give him a pair
of stockings he had Hskedfor. On thU
the father threatened to complain to tho
authorities of the son's unlilial conduct,
and marched off for that purpose; tho
son folluwcd him, armed with a jar,
with which he hit his parent over the
head. The old man retaliated with a
hi'.l-hook, but wus soon overpowered
and killed. The son then stripped the
corpse, and, rolling the blood-stained
clothes up into a bundle, took them
homo and bid them under tho floor of
his room. The corpse being found, it
was supposed that the old man had been
murdered, and the affair passed oil'; but
one day the murderer got drunk, and
told his wife the whole story. Tho wo
man, fearing that discovery might lead
to her being implicated, accused her
husband to the authorities, and ho is
now sentenced to undergo the '.dow
and igpoin'nious" process of being grad
ually cut in pieces.
What the Alleged Wits of Paris rind to
Say in Their Newspapers.
Profound and comprehensive advice
given by an aged woman-hater to his
nephew: ".shun the blondes, avoid tin,
brunettes, and fly from all the others!"
"Lily, my dear," said the child's
good, kind grandmother, "you should
not make faces so it'll make you aw
ful ugly when you grow up." Lilly is
impressed, and presently creeping to
the dear, kind old lady's side, she savs,
timidly: "What did you used to make
faces for when vou were little, grand
ma?" At the restaurant: "Here waiter,
bring tne some w ater to put in my wine.
I always like my wine watered."" Wai
ter, lured into'truthfulness -() then,
sir, you w;on'i want any! I out plenty
in before bringing it to"you, sir!"
"Yes, sir," nays the proud ami happy
inventor, "I've struck upon the biggest
idea of t lie? century watches for the
blind, so that they can tell tho time of
day." 'Caoitaf idea, indeed! I see
yon fix the dials with luminous paints,
Profound contribution to the litera
ture of finance: "Well," says a young
man isuing from his club, that last run
on black cleans me out. I shall have to
call on Shvloek to-morrow and borrow."
"Shylock f That old skintlint! Why ho
asks 'JH per cent for money." "My dear
boy, w hen you really need money it is
always better to do business with a ras
cal that lends it at "A) ikt cent than with
an honest mau who refuses to lend it
"KdJiij- Your Life"
is ti'x philosophy, but to do so you imi.nt
have health. If bilious and constipated,
or blood is out of order, use Dr. Pierce's
"Pleasant Purgative Pellets," which are
mild, yet certain in their operation. Of all
He Kept It.
Ir. Prime iu the New York Obmrrcr
writes some observations tm the grace
that is not common iu England. (!er
many and Ann-rica. The churlish selfish
ness so often seen iu railroad-cars, he
characterises as au Anglo-Saxon qual
ity. Coming home in tho Fifth Avenuo
omnibus one afternoon, says Dr. Prime,
I met with a specimen of mother and
manners that will amuse you.
The stage was full six on each side.
A woman observe, I do not say a lady
entered with two children, a ten-year-old
boy and a younger girl. As sho
could not find a seat, I gave her mine,
and the two children stood at her knee.
Presently two persons left, and the
boy and I snt down opposite the mother.
Now two ladies entered, and the mother
instantly bent forward, and said to her
"Keep your seat ; I paid for you."
This was a lesson in selfishness that
will be remembered by tho boy all his
life. Tho mother had just before ac
cepted my seat, compelling me, a man
tw ice as old us herself, to stand up in
an omnibus; but tho moment when her
little son had an opportunity to be kind
to ladies', she interposed, and bado him
keep his seat.
How to Save a Drowning Person.
It may not bo generally known that
when a person is (lrow-ning, if he is tak
en by tho arms from behind, between
tho elbow and tho shoulder, ho cannot
touch tho person trying to save him, and
whatever struggles" ho may mako will
only assist tho person holding him in
keeping his head above water. A good
swimmer can keep a man thus above
water for an hour. If seized anywhere
else, the probability is that he will clutch
tho sw immer, and perhaps, as if often
tho case, both will bo drowned.
The Ut'ffitiiiiug of Sickness.
Never trille with what aro called small
ailments. If you feel inert, with a bitter
or bad taslo in tho mouth, loss of appetite,
bowels costive, resort at once to Simmons
Liver Hegulator. For tho miseries of dys
pepsia -and they includo almost every un.
pleasant feeling that belongs to physical
disease and mental wretched ucsb this po
tent medicine, Bimnions Livor Hegulator, is
a curtain ami speedy euro.
AMuto Evidence of RellnemtMit
is a now of wull pulisliud tooth. People of
vulgar instincts are very apt to neglect
theirs, Cluanliuess demands careful inten
tion to tho tooth, and oxperionco indicates
Hozodont as the safest and surest means ot
retrieving their losses of beauty and vigor.
It removes impurities upon and between
them imparts to soft or shrivelled gums
tho hardness and rosincss of coral; makes
tho breath fragrant ind lends to feminine
lips an additional charm.
Free ot Cont.
All pusuiut wishing to test the merits of
a great remedy one that will positively
cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any nlTcctlon of the Throat
and Lungs are requested to call at Qeo.
K. O'Msra's drug store and get a triul bot
tle of Dr. King's Now Discovery for Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
w hat a regular dollar-sizo bottle will do. (1)
To promote a vigorous growth of tho
hair, use Parker's Hair Balsam. It restores
tho youthful color to gray hair, removes
dandruff, and cures itching of the scalp.
V. A. Scratch, druggist, Huthven, Out.,
writes: "I liuve the greatest confidence iu
your Burdock Blood Bitters. In one case
with which I am personally acquainted their
success whs almost incredible. Ono lady
told me that half a bottle did Iter more good
than hundreds of dollars worth of medicine
she had previously taken." Price $1.00.
Paul G. Bchub Agent.
She Passed it Along
I send you my testimonial in reference to
Fpring Blossom, having taken it for dyspep
sia, and receiving almost immediate relief.
1 passed it to my neighbor, who is using it
with same results.
Mils. J. W. Lkkkei.t, "Elmirs, N. Y."
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
Paul O. Schuh, Agent.
Fortunes fur Fanners and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars cull be saved by us
ing proper judgment in taking caro of the
health of yourself and family. If you are
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed f pirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, hut
go at once ami procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to cute, and that lor the trilling sum of fif
ty cents. Tribune. Sold by Ceo. E.
A Signal Victory.
The value of electricity as a remedial
agent has gained a signal victory over
prejudice, Thomas' Eclcctric Oil stands
foremost in this class of comoouuds. Tes
timonials from all parts tell of tho won
drous cures of rheumatism, neuralgia, hurts
una sons, etc., eiiectea uy its agency.
Paul O. Schuh, Agent.
Tims. Howard, Bradford, Pa., writes: "I
enclose money for Spring Blosscm, as I
caid I would if it cured me; my dyspepsia
lias vanished with all iu ty niptoios. Many
thanks; I shall never be without it in the
house." Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10
cents. Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
The Grand Central hotel, 007 Broadway,
New York city, has the finest rooms, ele
gantly furnished, of any hotel in that city,
and is fast becoming very popular with the
traveling public. Make a note of these
facts and when you visit New York dou't
forget to give them a call. Only f 3.00 and
$;i.ri0 per day for board and room. 200
rooms on European plan at $1.00 and up
wards per day, also a good restaurant at
tached. Goto Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are uncqualed. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directicts iu English
and Germac. Price 15 cents
Tho U. 8. government are using large
numbers of the Improved Howe Scales.
Borden, Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis,
Personal! To Men Only!
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts and Electric Applicauce on
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who are atllicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress as above. N. B No risk is incur -red,
as thirty days' trial is allowed.
"How do yon manage," said a lady to
her friend, "to appear so happy all tho
time?" "I alwsys have Parker's Ginger
Topic handy," was tho reply," and thus
keep myself and family in good health.
When I am well I always feel good natured.
See otlur column.
It is simply marvelous how quickly- con
stipation, biliousness, sick headache, fever
ami at'iie, and malaria, aro cured by "Sel
ler's Liver Pills
Tho invalid finds in "Dr. Lindsey's Blood
Searcher" nature's great restorer. It is
wonderful. Sold by all druggists.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will bo given somo enterpriseing man
in The ihjixktin Building, which is now
offered for sale on easy terms, mng time
and low rato of interest. Tho building
has rented for the past year for
II fly to sixty-two dollars per month.
Tho property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40x10 and a
two story 1(1 x 11. Has a frontage of 50
feet on Washington avenue and 150 feet on
12th street. If desired tho machinery, en
gine, boiler, &c, in the 3 story building
will be sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this ofllce, or John 11 Oberly, Bloom
Bueklen's Arnit'it Salve
The Beat Salve in Iho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Khoum, Fever
Sores, Teller, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and nil Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or mom y refunded. Price
25 cents pur box. For sale by Gi;o. E
I)K. KINK'S GllKAT NllllVK UlCSTOUKU Is
the marvel of the ago for a'l nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Send to UUt Arch
street, Philadelpla, Pa.
Mr. Albert Anderson, York Street, Buf
falo, fell down stairs and severely bruised
his knee, A few implications ol Dr. Thomas'
Eclectrio Oil entirely curod hint. Paul O.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of gonerstivo organs, ft. 5 for $5. All
druggists, Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Bold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros. .
No tme can realize, except by personal
experience, the anguish of mind and body
endured by sufferers from dyspepsia, indi
gestioo, constipation, and other diseases of
tho stomach, Burdock Blood Bitters are a
positivo cure for this direst ot all diseases.
Price $1.00.. Paul G.Bchuh Agont.
Indian Blood Syrup.
IVRp-pls, Liver Dis
cuses. Fever ami Akiip
Heart IMseHNP, Itillons
liens, Nitvuus IW'hllitv
DIE It EST UKMK.liY KNOWS' TO MAN' !
hvelve Thousand Hot ties
Sold Since 1870!
Vl.it Hvrnj) pofK'imcii varied t'rnertlcn : II utim
uUtti the plyallnn in Hie liv, which coiivurtf
Out flarch nd BUBar of the food Into l'Iucuob. A
deflcii'iK-jr in ptymine Cdue wind and rouritiR ol
lu food in the Rtiimnch. If iho mcdicl . m n
Immediately aftor ealing, tliu ferineiiiaiioD ol fmd
It arts upon the Liver,
It acts upon tlm Kidneys,
It Regulates the Bowels,
It Parities the Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous System.
It Promotes ingestion,
It Nourishes, Streiurthens snd Invigorates,
It Carries on' the Ohl blood tunl makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skin anil Induces
It nenirallse the hereditary taint, or polcon in
the blood, which generate Serofulu, Ervsfpelas,
and all manner of Skin Dicai-ea and internal liir
Dior". Thero are no spirits employed In Its tniinuractiiro
and 11 ihu he taki-u by tliu moxt cU hcule imbe.or hy
the a-ed and ferhle, caro only toeing reiiuirt-d In at
tvuli. n to direct out.
Galva, Henry County, Illi.
I wan Millcrlng from Siuk Headache anil D Mi
nce to that I roiihl not attend to my bounehold du
ties, and a short trill of Dr. Clark Johnson's Indi
an Blood Syrup effectually cured rue,
MltS. HELEN ELKINS.
Waterniau Station, DeKail) Co., Ids.
This Is to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Kvrup has cured me of l'aln in the Hark. Jl
ta a valuable medicine. MRS WOOD.
Centre Hill, White Co , Ark.
This U to cerlir.v that I whs ulllicted with Palpi
tation of the Heart for nuinv vi urs I tried ililler-
ent doctors, whose prescription tended morn to
waken mt man lliey del to strengthen. 1 a last
res lved to try Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian JSlnod
Svinn. which proved to be a nosl! ve cure not on
ly cnrlnir the H.-srt Dinease, tint aluo a Sick Head-
acu Htikli bad uceu Irouhllnir me.
I was allllcted with Ller Complaint and Pyspep
sla and failed to set relief, although using tnudl
cities from our best dortors I coinineuceti uslns
Dr. Johnson'a Indian Mlood Svrnn, and a short trial
cured me. T. W. KiSlNli. .Moline, 111.
This rertlflei that Dr. Clark Johnson Indian
Mood Syrnp has effectually cured nii of Dyspcjiela.
Too much cannot he said in praise o it.
W. K. W1MMKK, llvdlord, Mo.
Aeent.s wanted for the sale of the Indian Blood
Syrnp in every town or village In which I have no
agent. Partlciiltra glveu ou application.
DIllHiGISlS HELL IT.
Libratorv V Weat 3d at., N. Y
TOHCE TO C'ONTHACTOHS.
oniccof City Cleik. Cairo, Ills.. .Inly 17th, 1M1.
Sealed proposals will lie received ( this office,
directed to Iho Ci'y Clerk of the city of Cairo, un
til Tuesday evening Augut 1 next, fer keeping all
public drive el!i Iu the oil y In (.'ood working or
der for the renialuli'g portion of the Ili-cul year
( April :i't h , Indi. AIo for the laying of sower
pipe ou Commercial avenue, between Third and
Kill!) streets, and between Mneth and 'lonth
slleets, ntid'on 'lwenly-s Hid street, het-'een
W a'nnt and Pine streets. Work to be done satis
factory to :he ci'iiimit'ee on streets A cood and
siiltlcl 'tit te n,l for twice the uinoiint of bill must
uicoiiipatiy nil looposil.ous. 'I lie r lull t to irju't
uny and al bids r.-served by the il v .
D.J. Ir'tiLh Y, City Cletk.
(t RAY'S SPIT1KIC MKUIflNK
TRADE MARK. The C.reat Eng
lish I'elllrdy, All
inilallliig euro for
potency r..)d all
(tlsea'e that folow
as a sequence
ttt a.,l f. iilillMi. t u a ...
' 1 i 1 loss of tni'inorv. '.'v.J'.i. a
i.nlii In the buck.11 AWOaff.
dimness of vision, iiretiialiire old age, and many
other disease that lead to itisaiiltv, consumption
or a premaliiie t-rave.
tWKnll particular In our pampblul, which wo
desire to send free, bv mull to evervone. It The
Hpoclilc Medicine. Is sold bv all dnitfglsis at j tier
liiiclinge, or six package for ' or will be sunt (li e
II V mull UU receipt of the motiev, bv leMrisslng.
TUB, OKAY MHDICI.NK CO.,
Iturr.ix, N V
On account of counterfoils, wo have a loptml ihu
Yel ow Wrap pert the only genuine, (liiaumtces
ot euro Issued
Hold Iu Cnlroliy l. (I. KCUCfl.
Wholesale Agents, Moirison, Plumber A Co.,
ElKtflc AppllincM art tant en 30 Dm' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD.
W'i .r .... " "'""If '"'m pyoii iissn
Lost VlTAi in, T,ao or N.m rime
Vino,WTlNn iWltimauM ami all MuisMlw
t men, ..-..!.., - anil all UIM iIImw
of a I'arwoHAi, (Utuii resulting from aau.M tuii
I.Tiian j.-K-n. n mi; raoei anil ftomi CU !"-
rwi.fu". -"", "amilJIAHOIM4CAHATa,
Thicrnilit ; cllsniivwrjr 0( lha NlnotwMitii Oratory,
end at ono fur llluitrMvd Pamuhlvl frvd IdUraW
WUH HIT ta.t WMMUUCIOH.
ration of Health
U Wimp " H
-a- ffl Bi
ff Wis 1 5t
jjjP '' DR. m. ,
HLFUKt - AND - AFTFR 1
rOXSYLVANU Military ACADEMY
fJHKbTKR. Slat year opens September Wh.
yNew lliiildlng. Superior accommodation.
Appointment complete. English, folliglato,
Chemical, CWI1 Kninaertpg courses. Degroot
( onlerriid, Apply to W. V, Hallldar. En , patron
Cairo, III , or to COL. THEO. HYATT. Pret.
Hlate of Illinois, 1
, , -Clrcnitcourt of Alexan-
( ounly of Alexander) dercoiuity. In Chancery.
Kamuel Mtaata I ay lor and Kdwln I'aron, Tru-
tees ol tho Cairo Trust Property.
Uoiijamin K. Parker.
Hill to I'orecloso Mortgage.
Public notice la hereny given, that, in pursuance
of a decree made and entered by said court Iu
the above entitled tauae, on the IMh day of May,
A. I), m'2, 1 the undersigned, master In
chancery of tho said court will, on
MONDAY, THE S.MTII DAY (IK.IL'LY, ln2. at
Iho hour nf l o'clock in the forenoon, at theaoiith
westerlydiorof the court hnii-o, In tho city of
Cairo, countynf Alexander aiet State of Illlnos,
se 1 at public auction, to the highest bidder, for
cat-h, ull and singular, the following described
premises and real estate In said decree mentioned,
situate In the county of Alexander and state of
Illinois, nr so much therimf as shall bu Biifllc.lent to
SAI infv Sfllfl rlrpf t.v.u.1. . I ... !...... A u.....
teen (17), In block uumberod Fort.-aix. (Pi) In the
cliy of Cairo, as known and designated on the re
corded map or u at of aald city.
1'iiteu uairo, Illinois, July 1st. xm,.
ALEX. 11. IRVIN.
. , Master In Chancery,
(irumt AGii.BrtiiT.CcmplalHant' Solicitor,
htaU of tllino!, 1
l.j f 1 1 ..... I . ,... . r . i.
r viibiuvvunoui niea-
Couuty of Alexander 1 auder county.
v iiiiam Wood.
Lllza Kignev, Marv Rlgney and Thoma Rlgucy.
lilll to foreclo-e mortirago.
PllbliC. noli.-., l ht.rithw ni.tn ku, . n ..,..
ot a decree iiihHo niiH ixiti.ri.H hv auij Mr.,, i.. t,.-.
abi'Ve eiilitlrd rinse. i,n ihs i l h A
. I. ISfJ. I. th . lln.l,.rjl.,n,wl m..i,l' .!.,..,!
ol the said court, will on
MUM) A I TDK lilTrl DAY OF Jt'LY. mi
lit I hft hflllf J if 11 oVlnelr I lb.,
---- aa , i w r 114 llir
forrnonn. at th ninhe41ti1.i
uf tlu court hoiiHL, iu th city ol ChI o, county tf
Ait AHiiiuT, mm tunic 01 llitncMH, pi; Jl tit public aitc
tlon to, tho hlirhcKt M(dr, for Cfmli, all
nmi.fiiniMiiftr th rullu-ln, rla.,.l-n.I.,i r...4u.. ....i
rea estate In aaid decree mentioned, sitoale tn Iho
county of Alexander and giate of Illinois,
or no much thereof as shall be sutllclent to satisfy
said decree, to-wlt ' l.nr r,iimi,.,p.,.i -i'u...iu r,.,,
CJI), in block nnmliered Thirty CKl) In tho city 01
ui'o, aa Known ami designated on tho recorded
map or olat ofsaid citv.
uateu.calr.i, III., July 1st, Wi
AI.KX. H. IRVIN.
litatii (n J 'Initirinsa
mr'i.vi ill v.llUt,VIJ,
J.no. V Lassoe, Comelalnant' Hoilcitor.
Wiate or Illinois 1 Circuit Court of Al-
vaa fvnnrl,.r f'iii,.(r
Coi ntv op Alexander I In Chancery.
hugeiile Culley and Cyrllle A. Mirchildon
Jeremiah A'cDaclel, Elizabeth MeOanlel, Moses F.
uoouman ana .lames, iiouey.
Bill lo Foreclose Mortgage.
Public iwitipc U li.rohv i,iu..,i l
w - ..v....t K,...u inn,, iu ' "linn t
of a decree made and entered hy said court In
tilt! All :Vn Otttltllwl ruitdA nn Oin .),ltk J.. ..r u....
A. D. Imxs, 1, the undersigned, niaater in chancery
of the said court, will, on
MUNDAY, 1 II K lilTH DAY UF JfLY, lcSi,
at the hour of 11 o'clock In Iho forenoon,
at thesonti.w'sterly doorof the court house in the
oily of Cairo, coiiniv or Alexander and slate of
Illinois, se'l ut public auction, to the highest bid
ib r. for cash, all and singular, the .following do
scr.hed pn mlses and real estate iu said decree
tiiont:oi,ed, situate In th-j coir ty of Alexander ami
""' "i iMim.is. orso inucn inereoi as snail ne
sullb-lont to satisfy said decree, to-wit: The south
CHr ntlnrter of thn oiitliui.at ni.,i... ..r .
Tliirtv four (Hi, in township nil mho red Fourteen
Mil Mont I, ..f ,............ ........ -r .k ...ii .
v 1 K m u ( 1 wiri ui 1UU mini prill-
ctpul mt-rldiiin, except threo acre in the Boutb
wi st corner of sa d quarter section.
Dated, Cai o, Illinois. July 1st, !H2
AI.KX. U. IltVIN.
Master In Chancery.
Ai.TKU WAiiiigu.C'otnp'.ttlrsut a Solicitor.
Have Signed or Endorsed tho
Uesara.Beabury & Johnson, Manufactttr
ing Cbemiatn, 21 Piatt St., New York :
Gentlemen : For tho pant few year we
have sold various brands of Porous Plas
ters. Physicians and the Publio prefer
BjrmorjirijjHr to all
others. We consider them one of the very
few reliable household remedies worthy
of confidence. They are superior to all
other Porous Plasters or Liniments for
. Be Tmon Cftpclnn Planter is a genuine
rarmaceutlcal product, of the highest
order of merit, and so recognized by
physicians and druggists.
When other romedlos fall get a Ben
son's Oapolne Plaster.
Tou will be disappointed if you use
cheap Plasters, Liniments, Fads or Eleo
Nil Hit KKMfcDY AT LAST. ' Prion Vw-fA
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTER.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS IZU
lllnoil.and will onnipUlrlrclllOBS I hs blood laths en
tirnnyslsm ill I linw luonlln. Any pnrxiri who will taks
1 pill eai'li mniit fnnn 1 tn 1 tawseksmay brss(tred
In sound hsaltb, if swh thing us pnsslbla, Hold ei
ry where, or sent by mall for M letter stamps. I H.
JoiiMauN A Co., Hualgu, Mass., formerly Ranger, Ma.
IN JF.OTION. ta a posit I v curs for all nicehitrirs.
BtlnulriK, BmrirtlUH and Palnrul Sensation or the
rjrJTJTTJA T3V u A CCA fi TTC
SI Of! P" bot.tl. Foralby all dnifr
' VV irlat, or aunt by Kxnrs on re
ch u't of u'lf. JOHN D. PARK SOWS,
I7A and 1778yenmor8t CINCINNATI,
OHIO. I'loruw monUou this paper, w
I'nrtislrby HAUCUY BKO'8. Cairo, Illlnol.
Sthllneirwwld mimtl w It nir Uis '
rinol Horunilt, rlniiiln, Rolii,
Bar Ursa, Miruarlal PlMaM,
. AipUii, ruuaia mirapiaiau, 1
IIhwm. II onsr Ml. All 1
' smalt J sun liffan Mil U.
S my miMmt
m RICH BLOOD!
rt utr, ui som, -V
Caurrk, towtf J 9
Md all tlso f
K. a Mtm
Vatnre' Sparkllnit fipeclllc fur indlKeatlon and
Ililioiicnesa, tho water (if lha famuna 8ellzer Hps,
Is duplicated In a mn nent Willi aspunnfal of Tar
rant's Seltzer Aperient, which contains every val
nalile element or the Herman 8prin. The Rniat
et physlc.iansof Kuropepr.inoiiiice that free (rift
of I'rnvlilence Hie most potent of all snown alter
at ves, and ils fuc simile, fresh and foaming, U now
placed within thu reach of eviry Invalid o( the
Mil.I) BY ALL DRC'OQISTS.
LOOK! LOOK!! SKEW
ADJI'STAKLK ami rotlTAHl.E, lor stores and
fan change spai-e between tho stielvo In n mo
ment. No trouble to put up. None to take down.
W rite for descriptive circulars, prlci lists, 4c.
Address: I'ATKNT KIIM.VISO CO.,
yill W. Madlaou St. Chlcao, 111.
( l(r KIV ?N ITyon want to earn Telegr.
iwiv illlill pt,v in a lew months, and he
certain of a situation, address Valentino Brothers,
Janesvllln, u j.
A IH'KHriSEltSi send for our select llstof local
ro-wsjiiiper, iit o. V. Howell Jb Co. It) Sprnco St.
pr..iiifn,uiinvi.lriienUi)( lt Kimti ir mora ilfHitritf tn
CJi' ll liii'inlHTL'i'ls Mn hi'ii,.ii (,ri,o,l,i,i,Hl ,-,.i,it,.l ,h
Cloh. lOlo llK-r eiuil. Iiuiiii ii,l ,il iimnthly. It
lmrl.i of oirrnl ions sent rru'li memlier. Bhari'x aiOeach,
nilnm Ui'v. uniia M'nl,c. iraiiflenilile. A reliable eor
ri' ) .11. t. -n 1 wanicl inererv town. B;H ial indiioementtt.
t.'!iiiwiorv Cironlnr M'lit hn Aililm-s It. K. KknuaW.
fct'o., l: 4i UilUnallcStCUiCAuO, III.
DR. KLINE'S GREAT
ttir nil II M. I!. INKNlUtl
Dimujkl Ojii.r si ut ccar nia NiRri Arrio.
!iiiij.ni, 1 i ii.aesT.nic im ai.i.iui.k Ifuksn
Milirccti-il. AoMriM'Tirrti('iuw. TrcatiM A
ti trial Kiitln tme to ( It Cmui.tiipy pavlnlr ripru
ctiari;i!Kii lox,wlin rolvD,l. 8nd rumen, r.O.anit
nipmu r.-H or alllii li'd to Ha. Kl. INK. 1131 Arch
at..l'hils-1 " Srr llrwijint. Hnmv uf SVnu.Ii.
OF EVER? KIND CHEAPER THAU Km.
Klflea, Shot Ouns, Revolvers, Ammunition.
HliinB Tackle, Seine, Nets, Knives,
Itazora, Skates, Hammocks, etc.
Larfce Illustrateil Catalogue FREE.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED I IJiJiea and Gentlemen, to enquire
Willi u.h to nr: 11 suveml I'sefol Houaehold
Artlel. a. I'rofltH Inrge Lalior Is llRht.
KxoIiihivw territory Rivfn. No competition.
Terms liboml. Circular FKER. Address
llawitt Bauufact'K ' Box HUH, I'lttubarnh, Ps.
Swedish Insect Powder Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
. . v w w w w.i.as a w..i,..,.
T -..II, .
i win iiiiinnigniy exinrrniiiate Koacliea, Ant
H'il Hiiits, Hens, Licp.Tobnoco ami Cotton Worms,
Moth, eie. It la wife, sure, cleanly and cheap. It
will not polcon aiiininls or fowls. Hample park
Buna by mail .I0 cents, pot-pld. Stamps taken.
Circulars lr... A ifenla Wanted. Address,
J. H. JOHNSTON. Fittshnrgh, Pa.
Of all kinds for sale verv chean.
Catalogues froo. Address, RICHARD
1 1 HULL I CO. Box 868. Plthburvh. p.
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A New and t.'umpiote II it1. fronting on Lares
.Second and Hallniad Htrculi,
Tb ranMr D'Miot of tho Chicago, St. Louis
an'" .lew Oi learia 1 Illinois Central; Wtliosb, HI.
I.on 1 a and Pacillc; Inm .Mountain and S inlhern,
Mobile and oijlo; i'air, and Ht. Louis Hallways
are all Juki ar.run ttm street; wliils Ibo Stuauiboal
I, and I ou I tint one it'iuare distant.
This Hotel I bcatud lijr iteaiu, bu stsata
Laundry. Hydraulic Elevator, Klectrlc Call Bolls.
Automatic Klra-Alarui. Baths, aluolutely purs sir,
perlect aewerane and tomplet appolniiuanui.
Buperb furijialUuijs; perfect serricsj sad an IB
U P. PAUKlUIt jc CO.J41SSSM
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