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THE DAILY CAIRO . BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 22,1882.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
'let- m ot m ulmo r i p 1 1 on.
rite ii or I'umtaui:
Dully one year by carrier 13 00
(l pur cunt. discount II paid in advance.) '
Dully, one year i.y mall
daily, one month j '00
Weekly, onu year..'.
W'oolv.S months ,
ir"Clubsofrivonr more for Weekly Bulletin at
one time, tmr yoar.JI W
INVAHIAIII.V IN AOVANe.
Ai! Coinuiuulcatloiia should '. A!1ri'!T.', tH
K . At liIJ KN K rl t
PuMUtuir ftnl Pronrletor.
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
of the present generation, It Is for th
Cure of this, diHeune and its attendants
FEPBlA, CONSTIPATION, PILES, eto., that
iUTT'8 PILLB have'gained a world-wide
reputation. No Ilemdfhas ever been
jJlHCOvered-thaCaota io gently ou jho
digostive "orgarjjclyljiK thorn vigor to as
elm ilate' food. Aa a natural "reault, the
Iferro'us System is'Braoml, the Muscles
are PwvMoped, and the Uody Iiobust.
CIxIIIh mcl Poror.
B. klVAL, a Plantar at Bayon Sara, La , say a :
My plantation la In a malarial illitrlot. Fur
ovaral yxara I could not raaka half a orop on
acoouut of bllloua dlaeaaea anil chill. 1 waa
nearly dlacourag01 whan 1 began tha uaa of
TUTTB MLLH. Tha rvatitt waa marvelous:
my laborara anon bacamo li.-any aad robuat,
and bars bad uo further trouble.
Thv relieve, he enirorved Mer,elean
tbr ilnotl front pa.laoiiuus liuinura, Hnt
now tlir bowels U natiarally, nllb
oul ajihleb no one run ferl well.
Try ,lilaremlj tiUrly.and timi n III enlii
healthy laltta-atlon, Vlvorous IUhI.t, Piirst
Mloud, MironK rrr, and a Hound Liver.
frir.Vft(nU. 0lte,ttMurrj at-, N. V.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
IraV Haik or WiitRKKHA chamre1 to a O Lossy
ii.A'iK liy a suiirle application of this Pyk. It
Inipum a riHtiiriU rulur, ami act insiantatiouhly.
t.. liv IimmctaUt, or sent by eiprtaa uu receipt
of One fjollur.
Office, HfJ Murray Street. New York.
(Or. li rr HAM AL of lafuabfaV
Moeratilf and C'aeul Vaeeipfa I
vl be twn7ef THE! an nvvlimtinn. w
TliHtat ami Muriliiiss
are never imitated, ami couutcrleitc.il. This
is especially (rue of a fiaiti i I3' mcilicine, and
it is positive proof tli'tt tliu rtimly imita
ted i ol' tilt' llilit'ot ValUC, Aft H'NIII m it
)ih 1 liecn tested au'l proved ly the whole
World tint Hop Bitters wa.s the purest, best
and Bioat vi!uall'j family nelicitiu on
earth, many imitatioiiH hpruut; up and lie
j,'n to hteal the notices 111 which the prcsa
and people of the country htd expressed
n intntH of H. 15., and in every way trying
to induce butlerin invalid to use their
tulT insteii'l, expecting to nuke money on
the credit anil tood name of II. 15. Many
other bt'irted nohtruim put up in aimilar
fctyle to II. 15 , with variously devised names
i'i which the wont "Hop" or Hops'' were
usr-d iu a way to induce people to believe
they were tin? s'line as Hop Hitters. All
nucli pretended reiin l.e or uren,no mat
ter what their style or iihiiic i. and ea
pcfhlly those wiih the word "Hop" or
"Hops" in their name or in any way con
nected with them or their name, are imita
tions or counterfeits. lie ware of them.
Touch none of them. lc nothing hut gen
uine Hop Hitters with a hunch or cluster
of f.rreen Hop on the w hite lahel. Trust
tiothinir else. DriiKuists and dealerH are
warnei asjainst fhn'iny in imitations or
HEALTH OF WOMA
THE hope or;
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
A Sure fiire for nil FEMALE WHAR
NLNSI'H, InrhidliiK Lrurnrrhira. Ir
rraiilur anil Painful ?Icntraatlfln,
InllaniiiiBtlon and l lccrnllon of
the Womb, l lootln, ritU
I.AI'HI H I Ti:KI, Ac.
nrPlciuiaiit totlirlvti., fftlcnrlmii and Immp.riato
InltaelTcct. It la a gtvat help In prt'iriianry, and re.
UvTa pain (lurlntr Wr and at n smlnr m luda,
yiiiMciASHt siiT ANuriinsinitiK it ntrnt.
fr"J"na aUWlAltMWNM of thoBoncrntlvo onrana
of olHii r K'l, It la woonU to no rvini'riy thntatiaa erpf
Ikwii Iwruro the nubile i and for all dlwanee ot tha
KiDNKTU it la tlio Onmfi'jf Itmnly In the World.
tTKll)NEY COM PLAINTS of Ellht-r 8cx
FlntH.reat Hellef lu Its l ae.
LYIHA K. riNKII AM'" lll.OI PPJtrrTRR
will enulicaUi ovury viwllit" of Itinin.m ironi Ilia
IH.Mid, at the name time will vrive tmio and ntieiiath tn
theayti'in. Anniai-fvllnunin rcaulta aa llio Conijiouiid.
-irDithtlicConipniindand Hlnod IMrtnor ara prv
pared at 0 nnd IS Wi'Hli-m Avcnui, l.yim, liana.
PrleeorrlMtor,!!. Hll bottli for t Tlio t'oinpuunil
ll aent by nmll In the form of pllla. it uf lmt'iiRf ", on
raeelpt of prion, (I r bo fur ellhor. Min. Pliikbam
freely anawera alt Mteraof Inquiry. En. loau 3 ovnt
urnp. Mend for inphli't, Jlntla I'm lijr,
lirt.vno H. PfTiinAM'TTivirB rn.i. rure PonaMtia.
tluu, Uilloiiaiixa iukI Torpidity of tlu I.lvc r, Ht 0011U
ei"Noll by nil DriiBgUta.-4 (D
HARRIS REMEDY CO.,"!..'..
I PR0K.HARK18' PA8TILLE REMEDY
Toaoa Hra and otlicri who aurier
from N.rvom ud l'lirlol ll.MI.
Iljr, Praoiaiura Kihtu.tlKn and
lli.lr man? lUmnj mm.tiuriimii,
ara oulrklr and ri1lrll aunil.
Tha R.mMj Ii nut up In doim. So. I llMlIm nmnih), aa,
h. I (tnnuuli locltool a nnra, unlet. ln.rro..,) f (M N,h
(l.allni limn mnnilial, Hint hr mull lu illn wrimwra.
IHrrrllnaa for I alnf arnaiian; aarh Mm, l'mnliliiinWr.
blu( Itla iIIimii aud aiwlt uf ouru aaul Haled on iuuIImUod.
K J ami aiwura tho
BBr ailv.itl.ai,. nf
Uti aiui'rli'nna lu ciirlim illn'ura ul tlia HlmMl, "kin and
ilnnea.-Nervoiia Debility, lmiwU'BM, ranla
Wvaknraa, lunnrrkra, HjrnhOIUo ami Mrrearlal
Affvetluna aoeelally treated ea tolrnUOo .rlnl.ca,
llh aala and aura ramnlli'a. Call or wtlla lut Mat ot Uiuti.
llnaa hi ha auawnrrd hr Ihnaadnlrlua trrMinrui by mall,
(IVranaaiuVariaa rrnai Huylun akuaM arad thalr adilrHa,
aad iMraaaarlklnrUlbrlrart.anliif. Ubaulalraaa.
Adilreaa, ML HI T I N, It N. Mlk Hi., UU Loala, la
t MXAUUUKU QVUl TUUi'Y VKAJM.
NV'ujnMAM .fiJwTMr DarrVl
What To Do This Bummer.
Every ono of you can have somo How
nrn in HUinmnr.
Even if you aru in a city, with 110
pardon, you can plant a fuw seeds In a
box and set it in the w indow.
When you go out to walk, you can
find a few daisies ami clover, if noth
ing else, a little way out of town, and
when you upend a day in tho country,
you can bring in great Imndfuls ot
A book of pressed flower in a pleas
ant tiling to have.
I have seen one that was matin more
than fifty years aro, and sonic of tho
flowers in it are still (piile fresh.
They were brought from famous places
across the sea, but you will enjoy yours
when you grow old, just as much as if
you had gathered them in England or
If you are in the country even a little
way out of town, you w ill find plenty of
wild and lield flowers.
First, don't forget clover, pink, white
ami yellow, and if you have it in the
garden or can lind it where it lias sown
itself and grown wild, tho tall nielilot. or
sweet clover, that will scent your book
. Daisies are easy to press, if you tako
a little pains iu flattening them so that
they will lie open, with the white rays
all around tho yellow centre.
The mullein, with its high stalk, yel
low flowers, and tpiepr, thick gray
leaves, which make English gardeners
raise it in their gardens and call it the
American velvet-leaf, is one of the best
plants for you.
Another good ono is the sumach, with
its durk-rer velvety berries, that pucker
your mouth a little w hen you trtste thein,
and are good for sore throat. )f course
you need only a few leaves at tho end
of a branch.
You may find if you look in the open
fields, tho large red lily that opens at
the top of a straight, stiff stem, and in
tho meadows the yellow ones that droop
and nod, three or four at a time, from
a tall stalk. They like to grow near
the white, feathery meadow-rue, and if
I were you, 1 would put some of that on
the next leaf.
liy the side of old stone walls you will
find both the pink and white hardback
or spinee, whieh is a prettier name, and
you will not have to go far before you
see at least one of the yellow flowers
that seem full of summer sunshine.
You know golden-rod, don't you,
with its great sprays of tiny flowers?
At first, it all seems alike to you, but
before long, vou begin to see that gome
plants ant taller than others, and some
flowers larger, but even then you will
hardly believe me when I tell you that
there are nearly forty kinds in this eouu
try, and that, you can easily find 12 or
16 here in New England.
Then St. John's wort, not so tajl, but
with larger blossoms; and tansy, whose
flowers are also bright yellow, and yar
row, w ith its fine white bloom and lace
like leaves, are all common in July and
1'erhaps someday you will find bright
red cardinal-flowers growing near a
brook, and will press them with their
leaves, even though they will not keep
their color very well.
Then you w ill see in the meadows
orange-colored flowers, with shiny
dark-brown centres, and a bard name,
White clematis will bo running over
the fences, and if you wait until the
blossoms have fallen, and pick the silky
seed-vessels, they will grow gray and
feathery, and you can make pretty
wreaths of them to hang in the house.
The tall milkweeds, that butterflies
love, are in bloom in vacation-time.
You will find them by the roadside,
some with purplish-pink blossoms, once
in a while red ones, and if you live
farther west than New England, you
w ill sec them with bright orange flow
ers. Watch them when the great seed-vessels
burst, and you will find some of tho
prettiest winged seeds in the world, that
you can keep all winter if the wind does
not blow on them, or for years under a
glass case. Youth's Companion.
Learnt it at School.
Among the humors of school-days are
the phrases caught by small children
from upper class recitations. Ignorant
of their meaning, they imitate them in
their own words, and the effect is usu
ally comical enough.
A youth of tender years who has late
ly begun to attend" school in tho city
was heard by his father to be loudly
chanting as ho played about the room
an cxtraonlinary measure, of which the
burden was, "Anglo two times, ni""rer
111 a pond.
Impressed by this remarkable com
bination of words, the father inquired
what he meant by it, wheu his sou and
'Why, that's what we learn at
Tho father, thinking this a piece of
strange knowledge, called at the school
and inquired into tho nutter. The
teacher was quite unn.olo to explain, but
finally called up her Siliolntt and caus
ed them to give Minn c( then justontary
recitations in concef
Tho mynUry wiut fivint when tho
chorus came to this lesson, "An anyh,
two Una wci thtij ut a jioinl," the rhythm
of which was seen to be similar to the
child's description of tho unfortunate
Tha Biblo in Long Island.
Tho Hev. Mr. Cocks, of Sag Harbor,
said recent ly that of live humlrod fam
ilies visited by him one hundred had
never seen a bible. Tho Ucv. Mr.
Wheeler slated that at Calverton, near
Uiver-head. there aro ninety people anx
ious for spiritual regeneration. "There
was only ono Christian lady in tho
tiliico," said Mr. Wheeler, "ami sho hail
formerly resided in Hrooklyn." Of
course there is no school, no church
within five miles of Calverton, and
"very few people had over scon a bi
ble." Mr. Campbell, of Pluo Point,
found an old couple ovor 80 years of
ago who, together with their daughter,
had never heard of Christ. Surely it is
useless to send missionaries to Asia and
Africa and build Haptist chapels in
Home while such a state of spiritual
darkness exists within a few miles of
the city of churches.
The obelisk in Central Park is being
diauitegratcd by Ui climate
Liver, Kidney and Bilg-ht's Disease.
A medicine that destroys tho germ or
causa of Iiright's disease, diabetes, kidney
and liver complaints, and has power to root
them out of the system, is above all' price.
Such a medicine is Hop Hitlers, and posi
tive proof of this can be found by-one trial,
or by asking your neighbors, who havo
been cured by it.
To promote a vigorous growth of the
hair, usn Parker's Hair Balsam, It restores
tho youthful color to gray hair, removes
dandruff, and cures itching of the scalp.
F. A. Scratch, druggist, Kuthvcn, Out.,
writes: "I have the greatest confidence in
your Burdock Blood Bitters. Iu one case
with which I am personally acquainted their
hicccss was almost incredible. Ono lady
told me that half a bottle did her more good
than hundreds of dollars worth of medicine
she had previously tafteii," Price 1.00.
I'uul G. Scliuh Aeot.
She Passed it Along
I send you my testimonial in reference to
ftpring Blossom, having taken it for dyspep
sia, and receiving almost, immediate relief.
1 passed it to my .neighbor, who is tiding it
with same remits.
Mits. J. W. Lkkkki.t, "Elmira, N. Y."
Price o0 cents, tri.d bottles 10 cents.
Paul 0. Scliuh, Agent.
Fortunes for Farmers and Mechanics
Thousands id' dollars can be saved by us
ing proper judgment in taking care of the
health of yourself and family. If you tire
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go ut once and procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to cute, and that for the trilling Mini of fif
ty cents. Tribune. Sold by Geo. E.
A .Signal Victory.
The value of electricity as a remedial
airent has gained a signal victory over
prejudice, Thomas' Eclectrio Oil stands
foremost in this class of compounds. Tes
timonials from all parts tell of the won
drous cures of rheumatism, neuralgia, hurts
and sores, etc., effected by its agency.
Paul G. Scliuh, Agent.
Thos. Howard, Bradford, Pa writes: "I
enclose money for Spring Blossom, as I
Faid I would if it cured me; my dyspepsia
has vanished with all its symptoms. Many
thanks; I shall never be without it in the
house." Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10
cents. Paul G. Scliuh, Atretit.
The Grand Central hotel 067 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 don't
forget to give them a call. Only $3.00 and
:j.50 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. Go to Paul G. Scliuh f or Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directiccs in English
and German. Price 15ccnus.
The U. S. government are using largo
numbers of the Improved Howe Scales.
Borden, Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis,
Personal! To MeuOnly!
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts and Electric Applicance on
trial fur thirty days to men (young or old)
who are alllicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing ppeedy and complete
restoration of health and manly visor. Ad
dress as above. N. B. No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
''How do you manage," said a lady to
her friend, "to appear so happy all tho
time?" "I always have Parker's Ginger
Topic handy, 11 was tho reply,11 and thus
keep myself aad family iu good health.
When I am well I always feel good natured.
See other column.
It is simply marvelous how quickly con
stipation, biliousness, sick heaJache, fever
and au'iie, and malaria, aro cured by "Sel
ler's Liver rills."
The invalid finds in "Dr. Lindsey's Blood
Searcher" nature's great restorer. It is
wonderful. Sold by all druggists.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will be given sonio enterpnseing man
in The hullktin Building, which is now
offered for sale on easy terms, ong time
and low rate of interest. Tho building
has rented for the past year for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per month.
Tho property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40x00 and a
two story 10 x M. His a frontage of fiO
feet on Washington avenue and 150 feet on
12th street. If desired tho machinery, en
gine, boiler, &c, in the 2 story building
will bo sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this office, or Joi n II Oberly, Bloom
Bucklon'H Arnica Salve
The Best Salve iu tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Halt Kheuni, Fever
Sores, Teller, Chopped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pur box. . For sale by Gko. E
Dit. Kline's Gkkat Nkkvb Kkstuukr to
the marvel of the ago for all uervo diseases.
All fitsstoppud free. Bond to 031 Arch
street, Phiiadelpia, Pa.
Mr. Albert Anderson, York Street, Buf
falo, fell dow n stairs and severely bruised
his knee. A few applications of Dr. Thomas'
Eclectrio Oil entirely cured him. Paul 0.
Allen's Brain Fond positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1, 5 for $5. All
druggists, Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmocy, 815 First Avo., N.Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
No ono can realize, except by personal
experience, the anguish of mind and body
endured by sufferers from dyspepsia, indi
gestion, constipation, and other diseases of
the stomach, Burdock Blood Bitters aro a
positive cure for this direst ot all diseases.
Price 1. 00. I'uul G. Scliuh Agent.
Indian Blood Syrup.
IvscjiIm. TJver Din
einfH. Fever ami Akiib
Heart Disease, ililiiiiis
iickm, NervotiN lie liility
THE KKST KKJIKIIV KNOWN TO MAX!
i welve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1 MO!
'I'liia Svrup poaaaAy VHriefl tiropertlea: It aliin
ulntea tho ptyallnc in the mllvn, which converts
tli' aturcb and suunr of the food Into l'Iucohb. A
deflcietiey in plyaline eaiima wind ana aotirinj; ol
tiie food in the rtonidch . If the iiii'iliri 19 . uarn
iinmt'dlHtely after eatWK, tlio luruientatlon ol had
It acts tqion the Llvr,
It arts upon the Kidneys,
It Regulates the Bowels,
It I'nrifies the Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous System.
It Promotes Digpstlon,
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates,
Jt Curries off the Old Blood and makes New,
It Opens the Peres of the. Skin and Induces
lira! lli j' Perspiration.
It netitralire the beruditary taint, or polaon in
tho Mood, which venerate Scrofula, Krvsipi'las,
and all manner of Hkin Uiacaioa and Internal hu
mor. There are no apirita employed in lt manufacture
and it tan tin tttkm hy lliu moat delicate Imhe.nr by
the sued and fuetile, caro puly huinK required In al
tentli n to dlrecl ous.
(ialva, Uunry County, ills.-
I waa auflferloir, from Sick Headache and IV.7..I
Duea ao that I could not atteod to my household du-th-r.
and a rhort trial of Or. Clark Johuaon'a Indi
an Wood Syrup effectually cured me.
SIKS HELEN EI.KIN8.
Waterman Station, DuKaib Co., Ilia.
1 hla la to certify that Dr Cliirlt Johuson'R Indian
Blood hvnip haa cured me of l'uiu in tho Iturk. It
la a valuahle tnedictno. MRS WOOD.
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
Thla ia to certify that 1 waa afllicted with l'a'iii
tatlon nf the Heart for many yenra I tried ditter-
ent doctora. wboae ir-rri)Hiona tended more to
weaken me man tuey am to utrenuoien. lailaxt
ri-a I viid to try Dr. Clark Johnnon'e Indian Bloou
Syiuu, which proved to bo a poaitive cure not on
ly curlne the Heart Dleaac, hut also a Sick Head
ach which had been (rouhl inir me.
MI1S .MARY A. NKAL.
I waa afflicted with I.lror Complaint and ftyapep
ala and failed to cut relief, althonh uainirmedl
cinea from our heat dnclora 1 commenced ualnB
Dr. Johnaon'a Indian lllood Svrnp, and achort trial
cured roe. T. W. KfSlNO, Mollne, III.
Thta rertiflea that Dr. Clark John-inn's Indian
Blood Syrup haa t-lfectually cured me of Dyepejisla.
Too much cannot he anld in nrniee n' II.
W. R. W1M.MKK, ltudlnrd, Mo.
Avents wanted for the aale nf the Indian lllood
Syrtip in every town or village, in which 1 have no
aueht rarticulara given 011 application
nui'Guisrs sell it.
Ubratorr T. Weat 3d at. N, t City.
JOUCE TO CONTItACTORS.
OUtre of City Clerk. Cairo. Ilia., July Ktlt, lssa.
Sealed proposals will lie received al this olllce,
directed to the Ci'y Clerk of the cily oft'ulro, un
til TiiomIhv evenini; August 1 next, for keeping nil
public ririyc wellr iu tliu city in eood working or
der for the remainlrs portion of the IWal year
(April 3o h, ISm Alnfnr the layinu of anwer
pipe on Commercial avenue, hi-tween Third aiid
Fifth street, and between NlneOi mid 'Ninth
street, and oil Twulity-a-rntid street, hit u'eii
Wa'tnit and Pine alreeta. Work to lie dinn- nil !
factory to h committee on slreet. A ifood and
sntllcl -ut bend for tw ice the nninunt of bill must
accompany all propositions. The rlpht to (eject
any unci all bids reserved bv the iiy.
D.J. KOLKY, liy Clerk.
fi RAY'S SPECIFIC MKDICINE.
TRADE MARK, The (Ireiit KliR-
1111 remedy, An
IHitiiillne, cure for
potency f.iil all
dlsea-c thai folnw
as a sequence
01 seitahuse; asAjf'i
- 'A- r"T.
BeforO TakUI n n I veraal 1 asal t ti de . e. m . .
la tl n tho hark."1'"' AlkKUZ,
dimness of vision, preinntiiro old aje, and ninny
other diseases- that lead to insanity, consumption
or a premature i-ravu,
tY"Kull l arllciliirs In our pamphlet, which wo
desire to send free hv mull to everyone. J fO'ho
Speclllc Medicine Is sidd hv nil druircist at fl in r
iiacRaiie, or six packsuet for :, or will be seiil free
bv million receipt of the monev, bv nddresalni!.
Til OKAY M KDICIN K CO.,
Bct-FAi, N. V
On account of coitnterfeila, we hme it-lopled the
ellow Wrapper: the onlv L'eiiulnn. tiiiuinnters
of cure Issued
Sobl In Cairo by P. (1. HCHI'H.
Wholesalu Aifclils. Moiriaon. I'lionlii'- . Cm..
BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric Appllancei in lent on 30 Dm' T 1 Ul.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNO OR OLD,
THO ara anftYrinic from Nsavows Pummtv,
TV Lost Vitu.itv, I,ra or Nauvif Koai ahii
Viuor, WAaTlso W'KAaNKaRH, anil all Iboaedlaeaaea
nf a I'aaaoNAb Matiihh resiiltimi from Anraaa and
tmtaa DAoaM, Speiaiy relief and rompleta realo
ration nf HaAi.TH, Vein anil Miio"IOi'iutkd,
Thn Krandmt (llaonvsry nf Ilia Ninsteoiitli Century.
Band at onoa fur Illuatrakid Pamphlvt f raa. AUilnaaa
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PKxNXSYLVAXIA Military ACADEMY
CHKftTKR. itlat year opens September 13th.
New Dulldinga. Huperior ac.coinmodatlona,
Appointment! complete. Enitliab, Cidliglale,
Chemical, Civil Knuiuecrlpg eoaraea. Denri;o
Coiilorrud. Apply to W, P. Halliday, Rq , patron
Cairo, 111., or to COL, TIIKO. 1IYATT, l'reat.
State of Illinois, )
V as Circuit court of Alexan
County of Alexander) tier county. In Chaneiiry.
hniiiuel blaats Taylor and Edwin I'araons, Trus
tecs of the Cairo Trust Property.
Benjamin K. Parker.
BUI to l-oruclose MortuaKO.
Public notice la hemby given, that, In pursuance
of a decree made and entered by said court In
tlin above entitled cause, on the 1Mb day of May,
A. I), issj, 1 the undoraiituod, master in
chancery of the suld court will, on
MONDAY. THE 2ITII DAY OK .Il LY, IkjU, at
the hour nf 11 o'clock In the lomnoon.at thesoiitli
weaterly (I or of the court hniiac, iu the city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and State of Minns,
so I at public aucilon, to tin blithest bidder, fur
ca-h, all and singular, the lullovtlnu' described
premises and real estate In said docreo mentioned,
"ilnate iu the county of Alexander and atatu of
Illinois, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to
sa lslVsuid dui rce, to-wit: J,nt numbered Seven
teen (17), iu block nuruber'd Kort '-six, (I'I) In the
ciiy of Cairo, a known uud designated on the re
corded niupor p at of suld city.
Duted Cairo, Illinois, July 1st. lssj.
AI.EX. H. IKVIN,
Mailer lu Chancery.
finKHN &G11.RKI1T. Complaluaut'a Solicitor.
J ASTER'S HALK.
Matu of Illinois,
der I an
Circuit Court nf Alex-
County of Alexander I andur county.
W llllam Wood,
Eliza Kinney, Marr Hl(uey and Thomas Klgncy.
flill to fnrcclij-ii mortiMite,
Public notice I hcr'iby given, that, in pilmuanco
of a decree made and entered by aula court in tha
aln vo entitled cause, on the IS h day of May,
A. 1). 1S-J, I, th undersigned, in later lu chancery
ot the said c.. urt. will on
Monday the ijitii day ok jii.y, is-.
nt the hour of II 'o'clock lu tin
forenoon, at the southwesterly door
of the court house, in the city ol Cal o, county of
Alexander, and slate nf Illinois, sell at public auc
tion to the hlehest bidder, for Ca-h, all
Hnd.siier'ilBr, the following described premises and
rea ei-tate in said decree men I toned, situate In the
county of Alexander biiC rate of Illinois,
or so uiuch thereofa shall be sulllcient to satisfy
said decree, lo-wit: Lot nnnibered Twenty four
(Jl), in block numbered Thirty (:lil) In tho city ni
Cairo, as known and designated ou the recorded
map or Mat nfsHid rltv.
Dated, t aim, III , July 1st, IS1-J
MiiHler in Chancery.
J so. M Lansiiki, Comi'lalunutli Solicitor.
Statu or Illinois 1 Circuit Court of Al-
Vbb. exander County.
Cocsty ok Ai.r.xAN.iKn In chancery.
Eugenie Culley nd Cyrllle A M irchlldun
Jeremiah VcDariel, Elizabeth Mc.Danlel, Moses F.
(t'indiimn and Jumea Honey.
Bill to Foreclose Mortgiige
Public noticti i hereby gien that. In pursuance
of a decreo made and entered bv said court In
the ab v entitled caitao, on the 11 h day of May,
A. D. IsSj, I, the underaigned, master in chancery
of the siiidcourt. will, on
MONDAY, i 11 K SITU DAY OK .It'LY, lss.
at the hour nf 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
a' thesnuowvsterly door of the court house In the
city of Cairo, county of Alexander aad state nf
Illinois, sell at public aiictlou, to the highest bid
der, for cash, all mid singular, the following do -srr.bed
pr mlsiia and real eatnlu (n said decree
mont'oi ed, situate to thu con ly of Alexander ai d
sliiteof llilindn. or so much I hereof as sha I be
surtiricnt to aatiafy suld decree, to-wit: Thesouih
e.i! iU-ir:er ol the southwest quarter of i -clloi
Thirty four (Ml, in township numhered Koiirteou
(I Ii, south of rang" two ii) west of the third prln-c-pal
nit-ridiun, except ihrot, acroa in the south
west corner of sa d quarter sertioti.
Dated, t.'ai o, Illinois, July 1st, 1HSJ
Al.lIX II. IKVIN .
Master In Chancery,
Wai.tku Waiiuku, Ccmp'aitaut a Solicitor.
Havo Signed or Endorsed the
Messrs.Seabury & Johnson, Monufaetur
ing ChemiBts, 21 Piatt St, New York :
Gentlemen :-For the post few years we
have eold various brands of Forous Plas
ter Physicians and tho Publio prefer
BPTHjoriCiTojji to all
others. Ws consider them ono of the very
few reliable household remedies worthy
of confidence. They are superior to all
other Forous Plasters or Liniments for
Bnnnon'HPrtrcinB Planter is a genufrs
Paxmaceutical product, of the hlgheel
order of merit, and so recognized hy
physicians and druggists.
When other remedies fail get s Ben
son's Capcino Plaster.
You will bo disappointed if you ass
cheap Plasters, Liniments, Fads or Eleo
trf salMagnotio toys.
HIIKK KKMKItY AT LAST. Price SMa.
1 M LAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTER.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS i
llltmil, and will romplelelr chaiiirs thn liloml inthsrn
tlresvalKin In Hires iiinntba. Auy psrwin alio will laks
1 pilleaeh tilfflitfrnni I In 1 Wwsnkamay bt rsatnred
loauimd In-all h, if aiieh a III lex tin imikhiIiIo. So III e
eryKloie,erht.nt by mall for at Iciftiir ala in pa. 1. H.
JoliSbuN it Co., Buatun, Mum., futiuurly liaugor, Mu.
IWJHOTWN, la apoaltlva coraforall Dlacharirsa.
BllmdriK, Smarllnn ami l'nlnfiil Seuaationa ul tha
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II ffil OO P"rbot.tla, Pnraalaby allrtrus
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For Kiilnliy HAUUIiAY IIUO'S, Cairo, Illit ol.
Malalns la Oia warld aqaal
r aura ol Simiftila, l-lniiilva, H11IU1
Sue Srta, Martiurlal lilaaaati.
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Vaturu'a Sparklln? Speclllc for indigestion and
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ia diipllcittinl in a mo 11 cut wllh a spoon (a I or Tar
rant's Sellzur Aperient, which contain every val
nnlile element of the Uurinau Hpring. The great-o-t.
physicians of Kitropu pronounce that free Rift
of l'rovldenco tho most potent of all anown alter
at ves, and its fm: simile, fresh and foaming, I now
placed within the reach of every Invalid of tha
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
LOOK! LOOK!! SEE!!!
ADJUSTABLE ami POIITAMI.K, for stores and
Can chatigH space between the shelves In a mo
in -nt. No troubln to put up. None to lake down.
Write for descriptive circulars, prlc-. lists, Ac,
Address: PATHS!' HIIKLVINO CO.,
mill W.Mn.lls.Mi St, Chicago, 111.
(11TIJ- AllM Ifyort want to learn Telegra
awui Jili ,,liy ina rew months, andbe
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oliaririii mi n,a,rnn ranaivwii. sarin naiiaa.l'.o.aiiil
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1st., Phil. ! e Srf runi;M. H'V tr nt AVcmJa.
Of EVEB7 KIND CHEAPER THAN EVE.
Bides, Shot Guna, Revolvers, Ammunition,
Fishing- Tackle, Seines, Nets, Knives,
Itaznra, Skates, Hammocks, etc.
Larfce Illuatrnted C'ntalogue 1KEE.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED I Ladies and Oentlemen. toengage
Willi ih to sell BMV'crnl llserul llooaehnld
Articles, l'rotlu larr Ln'oor la light.
Kxclusivo ter ritory Ktven. No competition.
Terms liberal. Circulars FKER. Adilress
Hewitt Mauufuct'g Co., Hot WIS, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Swedlah Insect Powder Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN,
11 win inorniigniy exterminate Roacnes, Ants,
Bed Bugs, Fleas, Lice.Totmeeo and Cotton VVorms,
Moth, etc. It ia wife, auro, cleanly anii cheap. It
will not poison auimals or fowls. Sample pack
ages bv mull 3D cents, post-priid. Fuimps token,
tliciilrira free. Agent tVmiteil. Addresa,
J. II. JOHNSTON, Pittsburnh, Pa.
Iof all kinds for salo very cheap.
(Catalogues free. Address. RICHARD
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Second aud Batlroad Streets,
Tb rusen;,'.er n-tot of thoClilrao, 8t. Louis
an .tow (irlciins: Illinois Cuhtritl; Wabash, St.
Louis and Pacttlc; lion Mountain and S mihern,
Mobile and Olilo; Cair i and St, Lout! Kaiiwaya
are nil Juat acrns! the street ; while tha Steamboat
Lauding la but one square dlatant.
Till Hotel la heated by steam, ha team
Laundry. Hydraulic Klevalor, Klectrlc Call llelli.
Automatic Klro-Alarma, Hal ha, absolutely pure air,
period sewerage aud complete appoliitrueuls.
Suporli rurniahlnga; perfect aervlcs; aud as an
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