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SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 23. 1882.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Turin ol Hudson ption.
FHKI OP FOaTAOS.
Dally ono year by carrier .$13' 00
CM pur cunt. discount II paid in advauce.)
Omly, out) year t.y mall 10 M
Daily.one month 1 110
Wuukly, onu year 8
Wetily. A mouth 1 W
r-Cluba offlvBor mora for Waakly bulletin at
ouu time, pur yuar.fl 50
INViliUKI.r IN ADViNca.
All Comniuulcallona iboiild ho addrcised to
K. A. Ill) UN KTT,
I'tiblltbar and Proprietor.
Watermelons at the North.
Wiitoruiuloiiii of iwwlloiit quality may
be ijrown in latitudes which are nulu
rally urinuitcd to thciuori account of tho
Hliortni.'ss of tho Hi'itxon, or whnru tho
noil is not mitVir'mntly windy to furnish
tho necessary beat for their rapid growth,
by starting the plants in a hot-bed. My
plan, which is very successful, is to put
two needs in it small earlhern pot, two
inches in diameter, tilled with rich
earth. The pots aro then placed in a
hot-bed, and the. spaces between them
filled with sand. The plant should bo
left in the hot-bed until they bcin to
run. by which timu the earth will bo
sulliciently warm for their transplant
ing. Holes hhould b inr ui tlin pinion
nr tield. in a Hiiiiny Kpot, Hiid tilled with
well-rotted manure mixed with soil, in
which the plants should be set. A hole
n foot in depth, and larjro enough to
contain two (diovt-lfuU of niaiiure, is
mill'icicnt. One plant should be set in
a hill. They can bo readily removed
from the pots by a slight blow on tho
bottom from the hand. A hill of sand
two foot in diameter and alMitit four
inches thick, should be placed around
tho plants, which serves to both increaso
and retain the heat, and at tho muiih
time acts as a mulch to tho bed under
neath, in which the plant lias been fret.
Tho south side of a stone wall or board
fence is a nice place to grow melons,
a tho fence reflects the heat and at tho
flaiuo time breaks tho wind. Tho
Mountain Sweet is the be.st variety I
have grown, a.s they are early and of
superior quality. The Excelsior is sweet,
but lacks in solidity. A dozen hills
managed in tho manner descried will
afford more of this delicious fruit than
an ordinary family can consume. Tho
surplus will tind ready market at good
prices. .V w i'ork Tribune.
An Ivory Famine Feared.
It is not unlikely that Ivory will soon
become so scarce that its uso in the
shape, of pianoforte keys, knife-handles,
and fans will be reserved for the alllu
ent. The rapid advances in the value
of ivory are causing amne uneasiness in
tho market. At the last quarterly sale
there were only 1 tons offered includ
ing 10 tons withdrawn from previous
auctions a-s againt I'.':.' ton offered in
April, 11. The falling off was owing
mainly to the continued scarcity of cape
only U tons and the limited" supply
of west coxit African 11 tons, l rom
Zanzibar and llotiihay there were
tons, 21 tons from Alexandria, and 9
tons from Malta. All descriptions, ex
cept for billiard purposes, base gone up
from JL'.'l to 4 per hundredweight and
the ivory cutters have resolved for the
second time this year to raise their
prices. Tho store in the docks this
year amount to l.'J.'iUun, compared with
the L'13 tons for the corresponding period
of last year. Mr. M. Wotcnholni,
.Sheffield, has just had invoiced to him
no fewer than oJJ tusks, which. besas,
will all be cleared out in a fortnight.
These tu-ks represent .'7t elephants,
and if one ivory cutter alone can get
through with so many in so short a
time, there is some fear of the elephant
being relegated to the lost species of
animals. London t'tojinnT.
A Wonderful New Russian Pianist
At Mr. flauz" orchestral concert re
cently, the most interesting thing was
the tirst appearance in England of a
Russian pianist, Vladimir 1'achmr.nn by
nanio. This remarkable artist is, in the
first place, perfect as regards execution.
Ho possesses, moreover, quite as much
individuality as his two compatriots,
ltubinstein and Essipoff. Rut if Rubin
Htc'in lias the strength of a lion, and
. Essipoffthe grace and caressing ways
of a cat, rachiuann is by his singing
power a sort of bird say a nightingale,
tho bird of nocturnes. Chopin, then, is
hi favorito master; and he plays Cho
pin's music with an intensity of feeling
aud a subtlety of expression such as
could scarcely nave been brought to it
by Chopin himself.
His great piece was the second of
Chopin's concertos, the ono in F minor,
and in tho liellini-like melody of tho
'larghetto" his playing was compara
ble only to the singing of a consummate
vocalist. The soloist was most judi
ciously accompanied, tho conductor
treating tho work as what it really is
a pianoforte piece with a very light or
chestral support. This support is some
times so much inagnilied that it becomes
a crushing weight. Tho new pianist
was afterward heard in three minor
pieces, all of which ho rendered with
udmirablo delicacy and precision. St.
Speculation aa to the Word "Yankee."
There is a familar noon reciting tho
tragic fate of a grasshopper attacked by
a turkey, which runs thus:
"A irrHHshnppcr int on a Hwcrt-potiito vine,
Bweet-pntnto vine, nwret-potulo vine,
A bin wilil turkey cniiioriiiiniiiir up behind
And yanked the poor irrnssboppcr
Off tho swoct-potato vine, swpc-t-pottitc
This little classic is quoted bv Trof.
Skcat in his great Etymological Miction
tiry to illustrate tho derivation of the
word Yankee. This ho traces to thn
verb "to yank," i. c, to jerk, Yankee,
therefore, meaning, quick-moving, and
hence spry, smart, active. The samo
verb iu Dutch and German is "jagen."
Professor Rail says the earth Is not
over 400, Out), 000 years old. No won
der so many of its mountains are bald,
and not a single one of them is able to
lift its foot. Rut all of them are still
spry euough to slope.
A'kiss is called tctenamequllixUi fa
Afcxluo. Good Ions kkp, Ui&L
Language of the Postage Stamp.
Lr ft uptior corner: Upright, "(iootl
by, sweetheart, good-by;M reversed, "I
love you;" diagonally, "My heurt is
another's;" side, "Have you e'er a lover
dangling after you?"
Right upper corner: Upright, "Noth
ing pro-eiuited by rational beings;" re
versed, " rilo no more;" diagonally,
"Do you love me?" side, "(ienile, sir,
my heart is frolicsome and free."
Right lower corner: Upright, "I wish
your friendship," reversed, "May I call
and see you;" diagonally,'"! might loam
to;" side "I am sincere."
Left lower corner: Upright, Tho
const is clear;" reverse, "Some one is
in wait for you, so beware;" diagonal
ly, "1 fear to trust you;" side, "You ant
Center at top: Upright, "Yes;" rn
versed, "My heart has long been yours;"
diagonally, "Darling, have you mon
ey?" side, "You talk too much nd say
Center, right side: Upright, 'Til tell
you some other time;" reversed, "1
can't trifle, show that you are in earn
est;" diagonally, "I cannot give you
up;" bide, "I may change my mind.'1
Center, left side: Upright, "Perhaps;"
reversed, "1 am engaged;" diagonally,
"1 long to see you;" side, "I entreat of
you to be less cruel."
Center, at bottom: Upright, "No;"
reversed. ''I halo you;' diagonally,
"Go, flatterer, go; I'll not trust to thy
vow;" side, "You may write if you
A Natural Screen,
The "tattie," used universally in In
dia, is a large curved or sloping screen,
which accurately fits into each door or
window facing the west, and is made of
the roots of the khiiskhus grass, which
singularly combines strength and poros
ity with the most delicious and refresh
ing fragrance. Tho screens are about
an inch in thickness, and during the
hot anil dry west wind, aro .saturated
from outside with water, which imme
diately commences evaporating under
the fierceness of the blast; and as evap
oration always implies cold, the wind
which, in the veranda, would raise tho
thermometer to one hundred and twen
ty degrees Fahrenheit, passes into the
house at seventy-live or eighty degrees,
laden with a delicious fragrance.
While tatties are in working order all
other cooling appliances are unneces
sary. In the neighborhood of Gwallor
and Jhansi there is another form of tat
tie. A small creeping, thorny variety
of the ber is largely found in the jun
gles; this is collected and dried, and at
the proper time the whole west veranda
is inclosed with thorny walls nine to ten
inches thick, and these being saturated
from the outside, all doors arc thrown
open, and a delightful temperature is
secured. Tatties are of no use during
the easterly wind, which ushers in anil
accompanies the rains. Laden with
moisture it is a damp wind, and there
fore retards evaporation.
The Tall of Lake Ontario.
As an illustration of the manner in
which the lakes and streams are grad
ually falling away as the result of the
rapid decimatiouof our forests, tho case
M Ontario Lake in the central part of
the State may be cited. An exchange
says: "No little concern is felt by per
sons interested in the harbor accommo
dations of Lake Ontario, by reason of
the assured fact that the lake has fallen
steadily, and iu a marked degree, for
many years. The records have been ac
curately kept, and leave no room for
doubt. Many wharfs in many ports
were formerly accessible to Vessels
which cannot now come near them.
Tho entrance to the harbor of Toronto
has been kept open only by means of
thorough dredging, and now'when rock
bottom has been reached, there is scarce
ly enough water to float the largest f
the voxels which seek to pass." It is
easy to set forth the remedy, but the.
habits of an entire people must tirst be
changed. When a man cuts down a
tree, will he take tho trouble to plant
another as a substitute? No, he never
will until human nature shall have boon
Prof. Le Conte says, the popular idea
In regard to corals is that those ani
mals are little insects, that they build
as ants and bees do, and when they aro
alarmed they disappear into tueir'littlo
burrows, aud these reefs are accumula
tions fif millions of these little insects in
generation after generation. The fact
is, tho coral animal is a polyp belonging
to tho group of radiata; that it consists
of limcstono deposits in the shape of a
cylinder with top and bottom disks,
surmounted with tentacles, containing
a stomach and enveloped with gelatinous
organic matter. Tho tentacles or arms
aro provided each with a mouth for tho
absorption of food. The animals that
build reefs aro not much larger than
pin-heads. Roof-building corals will
not grow at a depth of over ono hun
dred to one hundred and twenty feet.
There have been reef-building corals
found at a depth of one thousand feet,
but they were dead drowned by being
carried below their depth. This con
lines them to coast lines and submarine
banks, ('orals will uot grow where tho
temperature is lower than sixty-eight
degrees at any time -that is, tho ocoun,
not the air. Therefore they aro conlin
cd to tho tropical regions. They will
not grow except in clear salt water;
henco there is always a break In reefs
opposite the mouth of a river. Finally,
they demand free exposure to the beat
ing of the waves.
The Boffiuninff of Sickness.
Never trifle with what Bro called small
ailments. If you feel inert, with a bitter
or bad taste in the mouth, loss of appetite,
bowels costive, resort at once to Simmons
Liver Regulator. For the miseries of dys
pepsia -and they include almost every un
pleasant feeling that belongs to physical
disease and mental wretchedness this pre
tent tnediciuo, Simmons Livor Regulator, is
a cortain and speedy cure.
Free ot Cost.
All pirsotn wishing to test tho merilsof
a great romody--one that will positively
euro Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
bronchitis, or any affection of tho Throat
and Lungs are requested to call at Geo.
E. O'Hara's drug store and get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
what a regular dollar-size bottlo will do. (1)
It is the common observation that the
standard of natural health and normal ac
tivity, aiming American women, is being
lowered by the influence of false ideas and
habits of life, engendered by fashionable
ignorance and luxurious living. It is a
happy circumstance that Mrs. Lydia E.
Pinklmui has come to the front to instruct
aud cure the sulrcrs of her sex.
To promote a vigorous growth of tho
hair, uso Parker's Hair Ralsam. It restores
the youthful color to gray hair, removes
dandruff', and cures itching of tho scalp.
F. A. Se.ra'ch, ditiggist, Ruthven, Ont.,
writes: "I have the greatest confidence in
your Uurdock Rlood Ritters. Iu one case
with which I am personally acquainted their
success whs almost incredible. Ono lady
told mo that bait a bottle did her more good
than hundreds of dollars worth of mcdiciue
she had previously taken." Price $1.00.
Paul (i. Suhuh Agent,
She Pawn it Aloiiff
I send yen my testimonial in reference to
Spring Rlossoni, having taken it for dyspep
sia, and receiving almost immediate relief.
1 passed it to my neighbor, who is using it
with same results.
Mus. J. W. Ukpli.t, "Elmira, N. Y."
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
Paul G. Bcluib, Agent.
Fortunes for Fanners and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can bo saved by us
ing proper judymeut in taking care of the
health of yourself and family. If you are
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Hitter, tHrkli never fail
to cure, and that for the trilling Byru of fif
ty ctDts. Tribune. Sold by Geo. E.
A Signal Victory.
The value of electricity as a remedial
agent has gained a signal victory over
prejudice, ThomaV Rclectric Oil stands
foremost in this class of compounds. Tes
timonials from all parts tell of the won
drous cures of rheumatism, neuralgia, hurts
aud sores, etc., effected by its agency.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Thos, Howard, Bradford, Pa., writes: "I
enclose money for Spring R I ossein, as I
said 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 ceuts, trial bottles 10
cents. Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
The Grand Central hotel, CG7 Rroadway,
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 $3.00 aud
t'i'tO per day for board end 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 rolor are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directives ic English
aud German. Price 15 cents.
The I". S. government are using large
numbers of the Improved Howe Scutes.
Borden, Selleck ifc Co., agents, St. Louis,
Personal! To Me u Only!
The Voltaic Bolt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Bolts' and Electric Applicance 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. 11. 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 the
time?" "I always have Parker's Ginger
Topic handy," was the reply," and thus
keep myself and fiinnly in good health.
When I am well I always feel good uatured.
See other column.
It is simply marvelous how quickly con
stipation, biliousness, sick headache, fever
aud ague, and malaria, are cured by "Sel
ler's Liver Pills."
The invalid finds in "Dr. Lindsey's Blood
Searcher" nature's gieat restorer. It is
wonderful. Sold by all druggists.
A GOOD BARGAIN
"Will be given some enterpriseing man
in Tue iiun.ETiN Building, which is now
offered for sale on easy terms, roug time
and low rate of interest. The 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 10x45. Has a frontago of fiO
fcoton Washington avenue and 150 feet on
12th Btroet. If desired tho machinery, en
gine, boiler, &c, in tho 2 story building
will bo sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this office, or John II. Oberly, Bloom
Bucklen'n Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in tho world for Cuts,
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped 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 pr box. For snlo by Geo. E
Du. Kline's Gkkat Nekvb Restoheb is
the marvel of tho age for all nervo diseases.
All fits stopped free. Bond to 031 Arch
street, Philadelpia, Tu.
Mr. Albert Anderson, York Street, Buf
falo, fell down stairs and severely bruised
his knee, A few applications of Dr. Thomas'
Eclootric Oil entirely cured him. Paul O.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, uervous debility, and all weakness
of gonerstivo organs. $1. 5 for $3. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 815 First Ave, N. Y. Sold iu
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
tho stomach, Burdock Blood Bitters aro a
positive cure for this direst ot all diseases.
Price l.00. Paul G. Schult Agent.
Indian Blood Syrup.
IiVM'ejiMa, l.lvT Mr.
iisi'h. Ktivcr ami Au
Heart MseiiHt-, liilluiiH
ih'ks, Nervous Debility
THK HOT KK11KOY KNOWN 10 MAN!
hvelvc Thousand liottles
Sold Since 1870!
'i'hi Svrup poittMP varied irnirrtlus: It mini
ulu. the jjtyullne lu tho mlka, which cuuvrtn
thn March ami U!Hr or the foot! into e'liicimo. A
(trflcieucy in jilyalici! causf wind ainlBonriug ot
the rood in the Momnch. If t lie medickt .luuii
Immediately after eatiug, the lermeuUiion ol lrM d
It ai ts upon the Liver,
It Hi-ts upon the Kidneys,
It Regulates the How els,
It Parities the Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Streiictueng anil Invigorates,
It Carries off the Old Mood nml makes New,
It Opens the Tores of the Skin and Induces
It neutralifes the hereditary taint, or polHon in
the blond, which fi;neraten Scrofula, Ervalpelan,
and all uiauner of Skiu Dmeaben and Inieniai hu
mor. There are no apirlle employed lu itn manufacture
and It t an betaio u by the mod delicate hulie.or hy
the a.'ed aud feeble, care ouly buiu required lu at
teDtl n to direct ols.
(ialva, Henry County, Ills.
I waf'iifferlnK from Sick Headache and I) zl
nesa iothal 1 could not attend to my household du
ties, and a chort triul of Or. Clark Johnaon'a Indi
an Blood Syrup effectually r.ured me.
WHS HKLKN EI.KIN8.
Waterman Station, DeKa'ih Co., 111k.
'I hl 1 to certify that Dr Cltrk Johniion'a Indian
Dlood Svrnp ha cured me of l'alu In the Hack. It
It a valuable medicine. Mils WOOD.
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
Tbli" 1 to certify that I w as afflicted with Palpi'
tatlon of thu Heart lor many years I tried differ
ent doctor. vhoo prescription tended more to
weauifii-me man uiey am to MreiiKttien. I at lant
rea lved to try Pr. Clark Jnhntuti's Indian Uiood
hyiup, which proved to be a pomtive cure not on
ly curing the Ili-art Disease, but aleo a Sick Head
acb which bad bueu Iroubllm; me.
I waa atllicted with Liter Complaint aDd Dyspep
la and failed to get relief, altlioni-ti uaius nieill
cine" from our bent doctor I commenced iieluir
Dr. Johnson'i Indian lllood Svrnp. and ahort trial
cured me. T. W. HlSl.NG. Mollne, III.
Till rertiflea that Dr. Clark Johncon' Indian
lllood Syrnp his effectually cured me of Dypups ia.
Too much cannot be said In praise o- It.
W. K. WIM.MtK, Iiedlord, Mo.
AvoDts wanted for the sale of the Indian lllood
Syrup in every town or villau, in which I have uo
agent. Particulars j!vcn ou application.
Dlil'GOISTS HELL IT.
Ubratorv V. West 3d at., S. t
OTICE TO CONTltAC'TOKt.
Olllce or City Clerk. Cairo, III., July tTth, Wj.
Scaled proposal will lie received at this ofllce,
directed to the Ci'y Clerk of the ciiy ofCalro. un
til Tursilay cveniiu; Aiiem-I 1 next, for keeping all
public dri?e well iu the cily lu pond working or
der for the remaining portion of the ll-nil year
(April :)ti'h. lMUi. Alo for the laying of sewer
pipe on Comini rcinl avenue, between Third and
rilth street . and betweeu plinth uud Tenth
stive!, and ou Twuiity-si-roud street, betoeeii
Walnut and Pine street. Work to be done sntW
factory to ihe committed on streets. A pood and
stilllci 'iit bun l lor twice the ainoitiit of hill must
accompany all Proposition. The right to reject
any and all bids reserved by llni city.
D. .1. l-'OI.I-.Y, Cily Clerk.
H RAY'S SrKCIKIC MEDICINE.
TRADE rHK. The (Irent Eiil'-
'SiTV Ilsh remedy, All
tf- TA unlallliin cure fur
-ss ? seminal weakness
j' spermatorrhea, im
'M Zyf potency r.;id all
'W .ll..du.ia tl,.iir.,l.,iu
dliunes of vision, pretnatui o old age, and many
other dlaeasea that lead to insanity, consumption
or a premature irrave.
(fKull particular in our pamphlet, which we
desiri to eud free bv iukII to everyone. y"Tlio
Specific Medicine I old hv all druggists at il tier
parage, or six par.kugci for $5, or will be ent free
bv tunilou receipt of tho money, b'v addressing.
Tllft UKAY MEDICINE CO.,
liurrAi, K . Y .
On account of counterfeit, we havo u-lopted tho
Yellow Wrupper; the onlv genuine, lluaianlees
Sold lu Cairo by P. O. SCIII.'IT.
Wholesulo Ageuta, Moirou, Plumber Co.,
BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric Appliance! are tent on 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UN0 OR OLD,
WHO ar. suffering from Ninvoet Duaiurr.
hS. .VrrV.',,TT' ''c t Nkrvv Foir-a d
Vttioij, wastino VaKnaiwaa. and all those diss uri
of Hmwotut, NATi'Ht resulting- from AiitUKS slid
OTiisa e At'sxa. Rnsedy relief unl complete n-t-rsUon
of HiALTM.VmoR ana Manhoou GtuRANK tii.
Jhs irmndml , dlscovsry of tht Nineteenth Century.
Bend at onoa for Illustrated I'amiAlu t I'rt ikiiaresa
. VOLTAIC HIT 60. f MUMHAU. MICH.
II MM n
si mm si
(BEFORE AND - AFTER
PENXSYLVANU Military ACADEMY
nilKbTKK. aistt year opeua September 1.1th.
yNew Uulldlngi. Htipoflor accommodation.
Anoolntimiiita Mmi,i..in vnu... ..n...i
tliemlcal, tlvll Knglneerlrir courses, bee-rein
J.oiiiurrd. Apply to W. P. Halllday, Kan., patron
Cairo, III , or to COL. THEO. UYATT, Pret.
Sluto of Illinois, )
,, .... . f zircon, coun oi Aiexan
County of Alexander) dercouuty. In Chancery,
hamuul btaats l aylor and Kdwln Parson, True-
iv.-B ui uih . iro irmt rroperty.
Iie.nja.mln F. Parker.
Hill to Foreclose Mortgage.
I'llblie notif'f- lu hereltv ,.l VI. t. (l.ut I. Y. ,, . no
of a decree mado and entered by said court i:i
tlie above entitled cause, on thu I Ml) day of .May,
A. i. ltw-j, t tho undersigned, master in
chancery of the said court will, on
MONDAY, TIIK aiTII DAY 0K.II LY, s3. at
the hour of Jl o clock in Iho forenoon, at the south
westerly d-or of thu court house, in the city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and State of llllnos,
seil at nubile, auction, to Ih,. 1,1.-1,.. .i 1,1,1,1... r...
cah. all and singular, the rnlUm lt,,r ii..-,.rii,..,i
Premise Slill rent ulnti in m iIH ,!..-.... ..... i
situate III the county of Alexauder and tate of
Illinois, or o much thereof a sliull bo siiniclenl to
satisfy said decree, to-wit: Lot numbered Seven
teen M71. In hlitplf ,in ml.i.vu.l I,..,...!.. j
elly of ( alro. a know n and designated on tho m-
,.,iii,;ii or inni 01 saoi UIIV,
Dated Cairo, llliuois.J uly fst. lSh-J.
ALEX. II. IRVIN,
MBt..r In r-Ka.....
(iBEHN ifcfjit.BKiiT, Complalaant'a Solicitor,
J ASTER'S SALE.
stattt or Illinois, 1
-ss Circuit Cnnrt or AI..T.
County of Alexander I auder county,
Eliza Rlgnev. Marr Rlgney and Thomaa Rlgney.
inn io lornciose moriiragc.
Public notice Is hereby eiren. thst. in niirsimticB
of a decree made and eiitereil hv aniJ ronrt in ih.i
above entitled cause, on the lll.h da of M.v.
A. 1). IftHJ, 1, the uniferfleucd. mHter in r.h Hlirirv
ol Ihe said c url, will ou
MONDAY TUE atTtl DAY OF Jl'LY. )-.'
at the hour of 11 oY.iock in the
forenoon. at the southwesterly door
of the court house, m tho city ol CaLo, county of
Alexander, and elate of Illinois, sell at public auc
tion to the blL-hest bidder, for cash, nil
and, singular, the following described premises and
tea estate in aaid decree mentioned, situate in the
county of Alexander ane" a ate of Illinois,
or so much thereof a shall be sufficient to satisfy
said decree, to-wit: Lot numbered Twenty four
C-'f l, in block numbered Thirty cut) In the city ot
Cairo, a known and designated ou thu recorded
iuni or piai oi sum citv.
Dated. Cairo, III., July 1st, W2
ALEX. II. IRVIN.
Master In I'hanr.erv.
Jno. M Lansdb, Comelalnaul't Solicitor.
State of Illinois ) Clrcnlt Conrt of Al-
CorsTV of Alexavoer In Chancery.
bugeule Culley and Cyrlllo A. Murculldoa
Jeremiah VcDar.iel, Elizabeth McDanlcl, Moses K.
Ooodman aud James Honey.
Hill to Foreclose Mortgage.
Public notice Is hereby eiveu thst. In nursuaiice
of a decree made and etitered by said court In
the ab -ve entitled cause, on tho )th day of M iy,
A. D. 1k8!, I, the undersigned, master Id chaucery
of the said court, will, on
MONDAY, HIE 4ITII DAY OF Jl'LT, USi,
at the hour of 11 o'clock In the forenoon,
at thesuutti westerly door of the conrt house In the
city of Cuiro, county of Alexander and slate of
Illinois, seil ut public auctlou, to the highest bid
der, for cash, all and siiu-ulnr, the following dc-
scr.tieu premise? ana real estnte lu said decree
nier t 'oiied. situate In ih i euu ty of Alexander a d
state of Illiin.is, orso much thereof as sha 1 he
sulll:lent to satisfy said decree, to- A It : Th" south
east quarter of the southwest quarter of section
'I dirty-four ( Hi. in township numnered Fourteeu
(U'.south of range two(i) west of the third prin
cipal meridian, except three ac.iea iu the south
west corner of a d quarter section.
Dated, Cal'o, Illinois, July 1st. SHni
Mastor in Chancery,
W'ai.tku Wahiiku, Ccmp'.aicant a Solicitor.
Have Signed or Endorsed tho
Messra. Soabury tc Johnson, Manufacture
ing ChemiBts, SI Piatt St., New York :
Gentlemen : For the past few years we
have sold various brands of Porous Plas
ters, Physicians and the Publio prefer
Bonson's Cftrtnlnn Poroim Planter 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
Br-nwon'Cn.prdnn Pluator is a fjenuirt
Parxnaceutlcal product, of the hlgbeiit
order of merit, and so recognized by
physicians and druggists.
When other remedies fall ret ft Ben
son's Oapcine Plaster.
You will be disappointed if you nss
cheap Plasters, Liniments, Pads or Eleo
trtsal Magnotlo toys.
AMIKK KKATKOY Ati.AsT. Price V Is.
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PIASTER.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS LAL1;
Ulnoil, and willeompletslyehaiiR thn bliwd in Ihe sii
tiresvsteruiu thrsa months. Aiijrperwiuwliowilltnii"
1 pill earn night from t to I tt rsksmay be restored
to sound health, If auoh a thiua lis nnssibls, Held ev
erywhere, nr sent by mall for W lettsr at snips. I. N,
Jousso.n & Co., UoBteii, Mass., foruiorlj llaugur, M
INJKOTION, Is a positive ours Air all Dlaehargea.
BtlnKlna. Hmarttnv anil PaUiOil Ssnsntloua or tlia
SI n O t,r bottla. For aaln bf all druir-
cmiitof' price, John d. park hons,
01X10. risnsa maulluu tula papar. A
ForSulohy BAUCLAY HRO'8. Cairo, Illlboli.
2f Nulhlnat 111 Urn wurld eJuiiruilUuIisJ
ffvm or soroeJli, Pimiilii, Bnlli, TulKr, Ul(t Horsi,
Born .', Msnnrlal Dlnssra. Cusrlh, Last
aiiiwuit, rsuttt Ooniillut, anil all lloaa f f
J f Aiuihs. II siw (kill, all druailaU iu4 I C ,
tmu,ut ' on klr nil II. K. R. SalUra
f k Oy rtiy rHUtintali. an art boiila.
Naturo Hparklln?Spi)cincfor mdlgeation and
lilllotisnosB, thu water of tha faiuoua S.dtzer 8p.
Is duplicated in a minnuntwlih aspoonfal or Tar
rant s SJoltiser Aiierti-nt, which cumulus every val
liahld clement of tho (iermau Sprlnir. The ureat
ut physician of Europe pronounce that froe sift
of l'royldenco ihu most potent of all mown alter
a vc?, and Us fue lmlle, fresh and foamlnc,! now
placed ttiilnn the reiieU of eyery invalid of tho
bold) IfY ALL DRL'liliLSrH.
J.OOK! LOOK.'! SEEM!
i : i(r LKSTON'S
AWlTA RLE a nil 1'ORTARI.K, for stores and
faucbanno spare between thn shelves in a mo-,u-H"
,N" ,r""hln I"" 'IP- Nwie to lake down.
h motor descriptive circular, prlci list, 4c.
Addrrcs: I'ATENT SII KLVINU CO.,
S W. Madison bt. t'hicuno. 111.
Y()FN( AIKN IfyottwaiittolosmTalcgrs
. , X Why In a fcw month, and b
certain of a situation, address Valentino Brothers.
Jancsville, Is. '
A I'KI(1'ISUI(S send foronrselect Iltoflocal
nespnpor, Geo. I. KomuII .t Co. 10 .Mpmcti St.
l liii...i)M,w tli,imin-Httiie;insof nrnkiinrnviUarmonihlr
in.tii(r.iiniiiveiiueiiuo( Hilltop inOOirinurPileulliiKlii
Ii ineiiils rin-imlielH.nefit of couilniiiil i-npitiil ui tho
tluli. into ims-r ivut. Hivlileiiilsriald monthly, fte
linol enrnl ion w-nt eai-li nieinta-r. Khun fit) each,
nilii'iivilii,-, niiua-Mvalili. triiiiii.ml,e, A n-lialile cur
it -!.i,l, nt u snte-l In every town, fiini liil iiiilnermeiils.
Jv.p aii.iiurvCiri ulsr wnt, fire. AiMn-s It. E. thsuAiU
kCo., 177 Si i:uLatiiilluSL.,t'lllUA.GiJ, Ii4
M'irTlin$ Cur 4.
.DR. KLINE'8 GREAT
I N LRVE HE8TQRER
tir nil IIuai-i inn Niuva
Jrii"r.!i Only n itK roa Nr.avr ArrEO-'iiosvUiJ.r.i-n
trsr.cti- INFAI.L111I.K ifukan
! i9 itirot-t, d. fnFtttaft'T irnl.ltiij'a ur. Treatue k
trial IxtMlt fri-a to Fit I'&sap.thtty ravitiR siprsa
ohara-'i-m iHjx.wImn rnraivtsl. Hen'd ni'nirii.V.O hmii
..,.r.-i u.l.l re uf tltieted. to l)a KLINK.'.KU Aroh
NT ,1-nnwnw r tir.tmint. Hwnr ii SVouiM.
OF EVERT KIND CHEAPE1 THAW KTKS
niflea, Shot Oiina, Revolver, Ammunition.
Flailing Tack!, Hxlnt-a, Set. Knives,
Itazora, Nkatca, If itnuiiorka, etc.
Lnrg,e Illustrated Cittaloirue TKEE.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
M duxinmrui, r.t.
WANTED 1 Udiesanrl Oc-ntlomen, toenraee
witti lis to sell several Useful Household
Articles, l-i-iinta lnrKi Lulior la light.
Inclusive territory Riven. No competition.
Terms It bora I. Circulars FREE. Address
Usnitt Manuruct'K Co., Bu MW, rittsbnrgh, Ps.
Surcdisb. Insect Powdor Kills
MULL TRnilflfFMMF VPRMIM
i"avlll I S-l I III I II I
It will tbnronphly ettcrnilniito Rnaohe. Anta,
Red liii-s, t l,,ia, Llco. robucco and CottonWorm.
Moth, etc. It laNiite, mre, olennly and cheap. It
will not poison animiila or fowli. Haniple park
aes by mail JO cenM, post-paid. Ptatupa taken.
Circulars lie. A-.'-nta Wanted. Addrcsa,
i,n.yonflatuw, flttsDnreh, Psu
I--- -- iivinam w
of all kinds for sale very cheap.
ICQtaloeruea frao. AiMre. Rirumn
I HULL S CO. Box 868, Iltuibargb, Ps.
A New and l iimptntn H dut, frontlnn on Lavos
hecond aud llulltuad Mtruutt,
Tb raetmer XI pot ol Iho ChWaitn, St. Louis
jt .tow Orleans: Illinois Ountrali Wliah. Ht.
I.ottia and I'aciiic; liou .Mountain and Huuthern,'
Moblliiatid Ohio; t air i and Ht. I.otua Kaiiwava
am all Jttat acrosa tho s trust; wbllu tho Ktvamnoal
l.undltu I but ono square dlatani.
This Hotel la healed by oleam, ha tsara
Laundry, Hydraulic Klsvab.r, Kim trie t'lil Hulls.
Automattiv Kiro-Alarmt, Hatha, alisolutely purs air,
perluct soworaue and i.oniplnio sppoliitmouta.
Hnpurh furulaliliiK! perl'uot aerricoj and SB till
uxouiled labia. '
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