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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 25. 1882.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Trmt tturmon ption.
niRR or roHTAux:
Daily ooo jffr by carrier $13 01)
O) pur cent. discount II paid iu nivanc.it.)
OkIIv, ni year i.y mall - 1"
Daily.oiio month 1
Weekly, one year '1
Wiiolv, (1 mouth - I ')
f-(Miil) ofdvoor more for Wuckly Ilullutlii at
oiietlmu, per year, 1 fi
INVAIUABl.V IN AI1VANCS.
All Communications nhoiilil In? addressed to
K. A. lll'KN KTT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
of the present generation. It In ortho
fciire of "thiadisease aud lis attendants",
FEP8IA, COKmPATIORPILES, eto., that
tUTT'8 PILLS have gained a world-wide
reputatlon.No RernedyLaa ever"beeri
disoovored thaTacta o gently on the
digestive organs, fiylnK them vigor to
similatefood. Asa natural result the
Nervous' System 1 hracod, the MuBcles
are Developed, and the Iiody Robust.
Cliille and rovor.
K RIVAL, Planter at Bayou Sara, U.,uyt:
My plantation la In a malarial district, rot
vara) year I could not mak balf a orop on
vooount of blltoua dlaaaima and chill I waa
nearly rllacourag1 whau I bairan the uaa of
TUTT'B P1L1B Tho rnauli wan marvxloua:
mj labornra aonn bacnrnH In-arty and robuat,
ami I bar bad no further trouble.
Thrr rlp ih nicrv4l Mrer. rleanaA
the HlfMMt f run polawiioti humor, amt
rauar Ibr taowrla la mr nalurnlly, wllii
out athlrh uoonr ran fts-l well.
Trylhlirruiray fair It, and you will rain
hrallbt iMareai lti. iaorous lt4 t, I'ura
tilood, Mroua; XrM, and a Moufut l.l.rr.
l'rlce, m rnla. Oftloe, a.VI urray kU. N. V.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
la v II ih i r Wh iskkr rhnnired to a (4i.'j.t
i.tK hy a sinale apili'-Htiin of thin Dvk. It
IuiI'mM a PKUiralml'tr. and acts lnstmitano'ilv.
k.Ii hv ImiiiKlHit ur will by expren oil reoljit
of One f.lar.
Office, n Murray Stroet, New York.
(Or. H ITS MAM 41. of laluahlm
Information in(f turf ill Hrrrlpl I
trill br uiallrtl fKF.E en ttpvll-nflnn. F
Die Hal ami Wc.rtliN
ar never iuiitaU'il aii'l coiiiiltrfeitcil. This
is especially true of a family medicine, au'l
it is positive t it that the n incly imita
te! is of the highest value. An smiii as jl
liud been tchtel kii 1 pttivt'd ly the whole
Worhl tlllt Hop Bitters win the plirtt, best
ami most vtl usitilu I Kin i ly iiitd u i ne ou
earth, many imitations sjinin;,' up uti'l be
&n to steal the notices in which flit; pros
aii'l people of the country hvl i. pressing
the merits of II. IJ., an1 in tvtry way trying
to induce eutTtTini; iuvalids to n.-v their
HtutT instead, expecting to make money on
the credit and trood name of II. U. Many
others Htartetl unstrunn put up in similar
Ktyle to II. B , with variously devised names
ia which the word "Hop" or Hops'' were
used in a way to induce people to believe
they.'.verc the aanio as Hop Uifteis. All
such pretended remedie-i orcuny, no mat
ter what their sty le or name is. and es
pecially those with the worl "Hop" or
"Hops" in their name or in any way con
nected with ihfiuor their name, are imita
tinus or counterfeits. Iieware of them.
Touch none of them. I'so nothing but gen
uine Hop Bitters, with a buurh or cluster
ofjL'reen Hops m the white label. Trust
noiiiinu' else. Pruirui-its and dealers are
warned against dealing in imitations or
Sn t'Sft i,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
la a t'rtaitlvr rnre
Farall tkoa Painful Complaint Bn4 WpaknpaaM
o eonuaoa la our beat femal populaMoa.
A Medicine for Woman. IiiTcntdl hy a Woman.
Prppirad hjr a Woman.
Tha GrMlMt lll rXwtrr Sin" Doa of llla'ory.
OTH rovUna tha drooping opirita. InvlBoratt'i and
hurmonlaci tho orifanlc function!, givaxtlaatlrlty and
ftrmncoto thUp, mulort-n iIik natural lurtro totba
y, and plunk on th pale cluvk of oman tlie f rh
roa of llfe'i itprlng and early mninipr time.
ttTPh8iciani Use It and Proscribe It Frool.
It removal faint nw, (Intulonoy, ditmya allrravlnu
for atluiulnnt, and rellDTea woakni'M of the utonia'-h.
Tliat fwllnir ofbxarlng down, rauln(t pain, welg-lit
nd backarbo, la alwtiy rorajanently "lrt'd by lt tl
I'or the euro of Kidney Complaint! or cither ea
thla Compound la unaurpaurd.
LTD1AF. PIMTHAM7! TIT.OOII PrRIFIF.R
will vradlrata !? vwtmt ot Humor! fn.m the
Blood, and itlvo tone and alri'natli lo tin, ayntein, of
uum woman or child, limlnton havlugil,
IMh the Compound and Hlnod Ptirlflcr are rrered
at 333 and 3M Wintern Avenue, Lynn, Mam. Price of
alther, IL Bi bottle for l Sent by mall In the form
of pllla, or of luiennrea, on receipt of price, l iwr boi
forelthor. Mr.i. I'lnkbam freely annwcmall Ictiera of
Inquiry. Enclose Set atatn p. Hond for pamphlet.
No fumllr hnild l without ITPIA F. riN'KIIAM'R
IJVKtt ril.l.S. Thev cure pont.lwiln, blllvuatieai,
and turpldily of the liver, Do cent! per lioi.
, - arHoldby allIrugBlHi.'J 0)
HARRIS REMEDY C0.,.'a,.
I-.., ajfapiav rdii nnit rnib'i flf
I laaag ara aoi ntiieri whn vitilfr
I froDi Nitrvoiii and rhnlokl O.itii.
I lit, Praniatum Kihauailiia mil
t.hlr miinr alttnmy rnnafiuenors,
r aulnkiv ami mdlotll, nurrit.
Th Netninly li put up In boiM. tit. I llotlm i ninnth), I a,
II. ((ooudi to rirttotaetiri, u nleaa In nevero o"i,iai Ha. a
(Imtlni tlirm ranntltil. il. 8ont br mall In plain wramwra.
IMrwlinna for l alnf aeenapanr ra.h Dui . ramphlet ifcrrl.
bUi iMi dlaawa auj moUo of out aaul aaalad on appllaatlon.
long !1prtrnfa lu curlnit aucaaaa ol Ui blood, akin and
Boai1. Nrrroua lleblllly, Impntcner, Orcanlo
Weaknea. Uonorrha-a, Hyphllltle and Mert'urlnl
Affection apeclally Icaled on arlrntllln prlnrli'lra,
wuli aafa ana ante iemi"tlea. Call or write tut Un of Quea
lleoa to ho aitawered by thooo dttalrltia Ireatmeui by mill.
(reraoaaauBTerltt front Huptureahuniil aanil Ihelr adt1reH,
aad kara oatlkliK to Ikelr almlaf. It la not a trow.
Addroaa, KB. BI'TTi, It R. lb St., Ml. Uak, .
t JMTAUUtUCOUTEJt TU1U1V TEAK. .
Napoloou in.s "Weird Sister,"
One day, when l'riiieu Lnu'w Napol.
eon wus pri'Hident of tint Frentdi repub
lic, an elderly Hewing-womiui, ,mo
pclhpia Heltoisc, homely, unlettered,
Hilentaud solitary In her haljils, and
with apparently no thought beyond her
daily tlnilj;ery, jiresented herst'lf be
fore her employers, her face plowing as
if it had been lraiiNli;urel. Durintf'the
nilit, hho said, kIio had been visited by
a bein'' radiant with liht and beauty,
whieh liinl imperiously bidden her rise
and write certain verses from it.. dicta
tion. "I obeyed, and hero they are!"
she said, showing four paes of paper,
on which, in a hand infinitely Hiiperior
to her own scrawl, but yet resembling
it, were written verses, not upto Hugo's
standard, perhaps, but far beyond her
capacity or education. Her friends en
deavored lo ridicule, or soothe her out
of lier belief, but in vain, ami she insist
ed in selling what few possessions she
had in order to have her verses copied
ami richly bound. After having pre
sented herself at the Klysee several
times, being refused admission, she sent
the- volume t tho prince president
through the mail. "When Louis ha
read it," she said confidently, "lie will
send for me." Sure enough, after some
time camej a messenger desiring her at
tendance at the Elysee. Thither she
went ami was received by M. Moequard,
who questioned her, and, taking her for
a crazy woman, declined to let her see
the prince, but offered her money. Tlii
she declined, only professing her anx
iety to be informed that the verses had
really reached Louis Napoleon. Thi
assurance! being given, she said, with
satisfaction: "Very well. Then he knows
his fir nrc I can die," nor did she long
survive the event. The verses contain
ed a pivilietion that Napoleon would be
come emperor and marry u foreigmr,
by whom lit! would have one son, ami
added that the immense power to which
he was to attain would crumble in a ca
tastrophe as gn at, which ho ami hi
son were not long to survive.
Eats on Ships.
Hals greatly infest ships, ami are by
them conveyed to every part of the
worhl. So industriously do they make
homes for themselves iu the numerous
crannies nod corners in the hull of a
ship, that it is impossible to get rid of
them. Ships take out rats as well a
passengers and cargo every voyage;
whether the former remain in the ship
at port is best known to themselves.
When the Kast India Company had
ships of their ow n they employed "a rat
catcher, who sometimes captured .Ms)
rats in one. shin, just returned from Cal
cutta. The ship-rat is often the black
species. Sometimes black mid brown
inhabit the same vessel, anil, unless
they carry on perpetual hostilities, the
one tarty will keep in the head of the
vessel, ami the other to the Mem. t The
ship-rat is very anxious that his' sup
ply of fresh water shall not fail; he will
come on deck when it rains, and climb
up to the wet sails to suck them. Some
times he mi-takes a spirit ca'-k for a wa
ter cask, ami he gets drunk. A cap
tain on an American ship is credited (or
discredited) with an ingenious bit of
sharp practice as a means of clearing;
his ship from rats. Having discharged
a cargo at a port in Holland, he found
his ship in juxtaposition to another
w hich had just laketi in a cargo of
Hutch cheese. He laid a plank nt night
from one vessel t the other; the rats,
tempted by the odor, trooped along th'i
plank and began to feast. He took
care that the plank should not be there
to serve them as a pathw ay back again,
anil so the checsc-laden ship had a cruel
addition to its outward cargo.
A Little Baby's Big Adventure.
The beautiful little girl of Conductor
W. K. Ward, now about eighteen months
of age, was playing in the yard at his
new residence in Waycross.'tJa., w here
a wclMiad just been dug but not curbed
nt the top, as is usual, but had a lot of
planks put over it, which the littlo child
managed by some means to move and
in so doing fell in the well, there being
a quantity of water in the bottom. The
great nivsterv is why the child was not
drow-ncd. Mr. Ward, hearing its
screams, ran to the well but to behold
her darling little one sink out of her
sight with her head downwards. She
at once gave the alarm, when Mr. W.
Murrow went with great haste to her
assistance, and in removing the cover
so that he could descend, dropped sev
eral short pieces of scantling in tin)
water, which possibly caused the child
to rise once more to the surface, w hen
he grabbed hold of one of its little, feet
ami brought it out. After a short while
it was resuscitated. Wayrross Iti'pnrtcr.
Effects of HerAt Tpon Meat.
A well-cooked piece of meat should
be full of its ow n gravy. In roasting,
therefore, it should be exposed to a
quick lire, that the external surface may
be made to contract at once, ami the
albumen to coagulate before the juice
has had limn to escape from within.
The same observations apply to boiling;
when a piece of beef or mutton is
plunged into boiling water, the outer
part contracls, the albumen which is
near the surface coagulates, and tho in
ternal juice is prevented either from es
caping into the water by which it is sur
rounded, or from biting diluted or w eak
ened by the admission Of water nniong
it. When cut up, therefore, the meat
yields much gravy and is rich iu flavor.
Hence, a beefsteak or tnut Ion-chop is
done quickly, and over a quick tire, that
tho natural juices may be retained. . On
tho other hand, if the' meat be dono over
a slow lire, its pores remain open, tho
juice continues to flow from within as it
has dried from the surface, and thollesh
pines and becomes dry, hard and un
savory. Or, if it bo put in cold, tepid
water, which is afterw ard brought to a
boil, much of tlm albumen is extracted
before it coagulates, tho natural juices,
for tho most part, flow out, ami tho
meat served Is in nearly ft tasteless state.
Hence, to prepare goo'd boiled meat, it
should at once be out into water already
brought to boll, lint to make beef tea,
mutton broth and other meat soups tho
flesh should bo put into cold water, and
this afterward very slowly warmed, ami
finally boiled. T'lio advautago derived
from simmering a tern) notuiifroqucnt
in cookery books depends very much
upon the effocts of Blow boiling, a above
Liver, Kidney and Brlght's Disease.
A medicine that destroys tho germ or
cansu of Brinht'H disease, diabetes, kidney
and liver complaints, and haB power to root
tliein out of the system, is above all price.
Such medicine is Hop Bitters, and posi
tive proof of Ibis can bu found by one trial,
or by asking your neighbors, who havo
been cured by it.
To promote a vigorous growth of tho
hair, use Parker's Hair Balsam, It restores
the youthful color to gray hair, removes
dandruff, and cures itching of the ncalp.
1 A. Scratch, druggist, Huthven, Out.,
writes: "I luvo the greatest confidence in
your Burdock Blood Bitters. Iu ono case
with which I sin personally acquainted their
success waB almost incredible. Ono lady
told me that half a bottle did her more good
than hundreds of dollars worth of medicine
she had previously takeu." Price $1.00.
Paul 0. Bchuh Ageut.
She l'assiii it Along
I semi you my testimonial in reference to
pring BIohsoid, having taken it for dyspep
sia, and receiving almost immediate relief.
I parsed it to my neighbor, who is uaing it
with same rcFtilts.
Mkh. J. W. Lkkkei.t, "Elraira, N. Y."
Price .V) cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
Paul 0. Schuh, Agent.
A Sigual Victory.
The value of electricity as a remedial
agent has gained a signal victory over
prejudice, Thomas' Eclectric Oil stands
foremost in this class of compounds. Tes
timonials from all parts tell of tho won
drouscurcsof rheumatism, neuralgia, hurts
ami sores, etc., eH'cctci by its agency.
Paul (J. Schuh, Agent.
Thus. Howard, Bradford, Pa., writes: "1
enclose ui'dity for Spring Blossom, as I
paid 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 Ml cents, tiial bottles 10
cents. Paul O. Schuh, Agent.
Goto Paul (. Schuh for .Mis. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 'i to 5 pounds. Directit ts iu English
und German. Pr'ue 1" cents.
Woman's True. Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when one is sorely afllicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints ami weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woinau'B tiuu
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tr,al always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle. Sold by (i .o. E.
TiiEGraud Central Hotel, C07 Broadway
New York city, is one of tho fiuest, if not
tho finest, hotel ia New York city. Recently
thoroughly renovated and refurnished
throughout, excellently well kept, and
charges exceedingly moderate. 200 Rooms
on European plan at 1.00 and upwards
per day, also a good restaurant attached.
Personal! To lieu Only!
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will semi Pr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts and' Electric Applicancc on
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who are alllictcd with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality ami Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress as above, N. H. 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
Touic handy," was- tho reply," and tiius
keep myself and family in good health.
When I am well I always feel good natured.
See other column.
It is simply marvelous how quickly con
stipation, biliousness, sick headache, fever
and ague, and malaria, ate cured by "Sel
ler's Liver Pills."
The invalid finds in "Dr. Lindscy's Blood
Searcher" nature's great restorer. It is
wonderful. Sold by all dniggtsts.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will bo given some cntcrpriseing man
in Tiif. urixKTiN Building, which is now
offered for salo on easy terms, Miig time
ami low rate of interest. Tho building
has routed 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 40x110 and a
two story 10x45. Has A frontage of fiO
feet on Washington avenue and 100 feet on
K'tli street. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, Ac, intho 'I story building
will bo sold with it. For particulars' ad
dress this ollice, or John II O'oerly, Bloom
Bucklen's Arnica Salve
The Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Pilus. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pur box. For salo by Gi:. E
1)11. KMNK'b GllEAT NKUVIC P.KSTOIiKH i
tho marvel of tho ago for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Bond to Arch
street, Pliiladelpia, Pa.
Mr. Albert Anderson, York Street, Buf
falo, fell down stairs anil severely bruised
his knee, A few applications ol Dr. Thomas'
Eclectrio Oil entirely cured him. Paul G.
Mien's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs, ifd. ft lor $3. All
druggists. Rend for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 813 First Ave, N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros,
Whero machinery is used tho Drew Oil
Cup will save 60 per cent, of oil. Write
for circular, Borden. Bollock & Co., St.
Louli,Mo. , (3)
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 are a
positive cure for this direst ol all diseases.
Price 1.00. Paul G. Bchuh Agent.
Indian Blood Syrup.
I1Ni llvslienslit. l.lvee Illy.
Hi V '"'"'s. t'ever anil Aitne
,n Klit'iiniatlsiii, Itrtipsv,
j f J llt'lirt I'lM-IIHf, 1HIIIIIIN-
liens, nervous iimiiuy
THK P.KST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN!
I welvo Thousand Bottles
Sold Since linO!
Vina Svpip pnaeep,.f varic4 proii'rnr: II atlm
eUtii the, ptyalint! iu the saliva, which rmiverlH
llie alarcli and nunar tif tho rood Into i;liic(f. A
deflclctii v in ptyaliriH caiie, " wind and aouiint' ol
the food In the atniiiHfh. If the modirl ie
ikttnitliatrlv after eatilu;, the fcruicul allot) ol l.ii tl
It acts upon tbt) Liver.
It acts upon the khlneys,
It Regulates the Rowels,
It Purines the Rlood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It t'rtiliitiles Ilicestitin,
It Nourishes, Strengthens anil Invigorates,
It Carries or!' the Old llloml anil makes New,
. It Opens the Pores of the Skin and Induce.
It TintitrHtir.ee; the tirretlitary lanit, or pulton in
th Mood, which ifeneraica Scrofula, Krvnipclae,
and all manner of Skin Dlacat-ea and Internal hu
mor!. There are no spirit employed In ll nianafactnru
and It fan ha taken hy t)iniot delicate bahe.or hy
the ai;ed and leehle, care uuljr being required in at
tt'Ull. n to direction).
(alva, Henry County, Ills.
I wuii(Tcr!ti! from Sick Headache and ll r..l.
neea an that I could not attend to my houaehold du-'
tic, and a fhort trial of Ur. Clark Johuaon'a Indi
an IMood Syrup effectually cured me.
MRS HKLIiN ELU1N8.
Waterman Station, UeKalh Co., III.
'1 hi I to certify that I)r t'lurk Johuaon'a Indian
Blood Syrup ha cured me of Tain in the Hack. It
la a valuable medicine. MK3 WOOD.
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
Thl' la to certify that I waa afflicted with Talm
tatlon of tha Heart lor many year I tried differ
ent doctor, whose prescrlpliona tended more to
wo'iKen me man tney ma to etrcnir'uen. I a, laet
rea 'viil tn try Or. Clark Johnson's Indian blood
tyiup. wnicn proved to he a jnwitlvo uir -not on
ly curing the Ilf.art Dineane, hut also a bick Head
acli ..bkh had been Ironhlini' me.
I rat afllicted with I.ler Coinpluint and Dyapep
la and failed to get relief, althonch tiHlnir mml!.
cine from our bent doctor I couitnonceu iislnif
nr. .loniiKou a inuiun iuoo rvrtip, iniashott trlHl
cured tuu. 1 . W . RISING. Moliue, III
1 hlarertlnea that Dr. Clark Johnon Indian
blood Syrup hi ellectually cured me of Oyepepaia,
Too much cannot be aid in prnle o ' It.
W, K. WIMMKH, llvdlord, Mo.
Aleuts wanted for the ale of the Indian Hlnnil
Syrup in every town or villain, in which I have no
anoni canicular given ou application.
DKUCKilS TS SELL IT.
Lihratorv 77 Weat 3d at., N. Y, City.
JOIICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Otllee of City Clerk. Cairn, III., ,Iuly Kto, ISsi.
Sealed tirntKinl wl'l be rocelvcil at tliln nihVn.
directed to the Cl'y Clerk of the city oft'airo, un
til l ucfiiiiy evening Aiinu-t l next, for keeping nil
puonc nriTH wen iu inu coy in Bonn wnrKlUK or
ner for tne remainirc pottlon or thr Ureal vear
(April an h, issii. Al-o for the lay inc of tewvr
pipe on Commercial avenue, l etweeti Third and
Fifth streets, and between Muetli mid Tenth
streets, and on Twenty second street, between
Walnut and I'mo struct. Work to be tloim satis
factory to he committee on street. A pood and
sulllcl-nt huti.i lor twice the amount of bill must
accompany all proposition. The right to reject
any and all bids i-si rved by the city;
. ,1. KOLKY, City C lerk.
GRAY'S SPKCIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MRk, The Creat Enc-
llKh remedy, An
untuHlm: cure for
'jyfli -aenilnal weaknea
'S ' Y spermatorrhea, im
diseaffi Hint folow
hs a scquenco
of self-abuito: a,
a s mil f "' CC'
I lint 111 TTlMMl I1T v -"-a."-. ,r V
JjOIOrO iaKinC'iiiiversallassltUfleip. r n, . .
"palnlntbe back,'u"u U)jJ
dlnine of vision, premature old aj;p, and nmny
other dlene that lead to insanity, consumption
or a premature wave..
Jir-Kull particulars In our pamphlet, which we
desire to send fret hv mall to cvurvone. rThc
Specltlc Medicine Is sold bv nil di nudist at $1 per
jincKaiie, or six pat kuue for $h, or will beaetit free
bv mnllou receipt ofthe nioiiev, bv nildreMlnir.
OKAY MKDKMNF, CO..
Unrraw, N. Y.
On arcmint of rotmlerfeila, we have adopted tho
Yellow Wrapper; the utilv nemiine, tiiiiiinnleei
til euro Issued
Sold In ('nimby P. (I, SOI' lI.
Wholesale Al,'eiils, Morrison, l'lutiiliv" A: Co,,
BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric appliances art sent en 30 Davi' Trl.l.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
WHO r sttirarlnK from Nanvoua n;ii.iTV,
I.ot Vitality, 1,.o or Naava Foai a aso
Vtiioa, WAaTtan Waaaaawia, and all Ihuae dlaeaaei
of a raaaosAL Natum rvanliln from Aaea ind
Otsaa Oanaaa, Spewly eellrl ml complaW rent'
ration of HKALTH.VKfoa and Manhood uiiasatd.
Tha arrandmit dlsenvery of the Nlntwnth Oenltiry.
artid at one tor llluatratad Pamphlet Ir Adilrea
jrOlUIOIIlT CO., MAIIHAU, MICH.
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(BEFORE AND AFTER!
rESXSYLVAXIA Military ACADEMY
pilKsTKR. alat yar opuna September luth.
yNow lliilldiiiKa. Hupurlor accommodatloiia.
ni.i.iiiiiiiiiciita completo. KUKllah, ColliKlato,
,u" "ll"'i -'vn r,nLintiflrirr course. JJeu'reo
T. A '17 v- r. Ilalllilay. Kan., pu
Cairo, 111 , or to COL. TUEO. UYATT, l'rest,
Stale of Illinois. 1
Circuit court of Alexan-
v . ui nininiiiier j iiercounty. in Chancery.
Sninuul Hiaat Taylor and Kdwln I'ariona, True
teea ol the Cairo lruat 1'rojierty.
lloiijiunln K. Parker.
Hill lo FornclosaMortirai!0.
Public, notice. I hereby clvon, that. In pursuance
or a decree nindii and entered by said court, ia
thu above entitled cause, on the ir,ta day of May.
A. 1. IhHj I the undersigned, master In
chancery of tint siild court will, on
MONDAY. THK ami I)A,Y OF .ILLY, IsHJ, at
the hour of 11 o'clock In the forenoon, at the south
westerly door of the court house. In tho city of
Cairo, county of Alexander und Stuto of Illinos,
seil at public miction, to tho blithest bidder, for
cash, nil mid amjiular, the following described
premises anil real estnto In f.ild decree mentioned,
itnntelu the county of Alexander and atnle of
IliinoiH. or so much thereof as shall be sufllclent lo
sailsfysaid riei rite, to-wit.: Lot numbered Seven,
teen (17), lu block numbered Kori-.ix. ibi) in the
city of Cairo, as known mid designated un tho re
corded map or plat of suld cltv.
Dated Cairo, Illinois, July fst. 1Sn3.
ALEX. II. IRVIN,
Master in Chancery.
(iKESK ACilLBBiiT, Coiaplalsnnt's Solicitor,
Stnta of Illinois, )
.--Clrcuit Court or Alex
County of Alexander sudor county.
Eliza Kidney, Marv Riney and Thomaa Rl(,'ney.
Hill to forecloru morttraire.
Public notice Is hereby Riven, that, in pilrstianre
of a decree made and entered by said court in tho
above entitled cause, on the t.Hh tlaj of May,
A ll. is-ej, I, tit., undersigned, muter lu chancery
ol the said c urt, will on
MONDVY THK iilTiI DAY OF JLLY. l.si
at the hour of n o'clock In tho
forenoon, at tho southwesterly door
ol the court house, in tlie rliy ol Cnlfo, county of
Alexander, ami tnte of Iblnols, sell at public mic
tion to the hluhest blddur. for cu-li, nil
and.slnitnlar, tho follow in(f described premises ami
rea estate In aaid decree mentioned, situate in the
county of Alexander anC a sie of Illinois,
or so much Ihereol as shall bo Biifllclent tosallsft
said rierreu. to wlt: Lot numbi-red 1 went v lour
c.'ll, lu block numbered Thirty () In the c!ly ol
I'niro, as known and designated on the recorded
mup or itlat ofsabl eitv.
Dated, Cairo, 111 .July 1st, H
ALEX. II. IRVIN.
Master In Chancery.
J no M Lansuk, ( oini liiiniinl'a Solicitor.
State or Illinois ) Circuit Court of Al--n.
Cocntv or Ai.EXANH'.R In Chancery.
Eun'tute Culley nnd Cyrllle, A Murcuildon
Jeremiah v'c.Dar.iel, Elizabeth McDitnlel, Moses V.
(iooiluian and Jamea Honey.
Hill to Foreclose Mortain.
Public no'icn Is hereby uiven that, in puranance
of a decree made and entered by aaid court iu
the ab .ve entitled cutise, on tboailhriayof M iy,
A . D. 1HJ. I, the undersltjued, master iu chancery
of the said court. w!l. on
.MONDAY, I II E sMTH DAY OF Jt'LY, IsSj,
at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
at tint soiiuwesierly door of the court bouse in Ihe
city of Cutro, coiiuiV ttlexaiuler aad alate of
Illinois, sell at puhlkWctiou, to the highest bld
tler. for cash, all and singular, the following do
sc.r.bed premise, ami real estiKo In said decree
ni'-niioned, siluaie In the coir ty of Alexander a' d
lain of lllini.ls. or so much thereof ns sluul be
sunVicnt lo satisfy said decree, to-wlt : The south
eaetuiiirtcrof tho southweat itiarter of aertlo-i
Thirty four IM, in township numbered Fourteen
tHi, south of ranuo two Ci west of the third prtn
c'pnl meridian, e, ept lhre ac,ta in tho aiUlb
west eorn"r of said quarter section.
Dutod,CtiL , lll'.uois, July 1st. mi
ALEX 11 . IHVIN.
Master In t'hancery,
ai.teu r, aiiiu a, ccmptaicani a solicitor.
Reasons Why they are Preferred to ll
Other Porous Plasters or External
1 1 rat.
Iterause they possess all tho merit of tha
Strangthcnlui? porous plaster, and contain in ad
dition thereto the newly discovered powerful and
active vegetable combination which acta with In
creased rubefacient, stimulating, aedutlvo and
couutor irritant cUocts.
Because they are a genuine pharmaceutical prep
aratiou, and so recognized by tho protcaaion.
Because they oro tha only piaster! that relieve
pain at ouce.
He canaa they will positively cure disease! which
pthcr remedies will uot eveu reliovo.
Hecause over fi00 physician and druggist hats
voluntarily testified that they are superior to all
other plaatera or medicine! for external ui,
Derynaa tha manufacturers have received tha
only uiedali ever given fur porous plasters.
Benson's Capcine Porous Plaster!
SEABURY 4 JOHNSON,
Manufacturing Chemists, NwJTork.
All KB HK.IIKU Y"a"t17A ST. Price "S.VtS
MEAD'S Medicated CORN. ad BUNION PLASTf KV
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS K,h
llluoil, and wlllenmpletely chaniia th blood In the n
I ire system in thre months. Any pornon who will tak
1 pilleaeh nlahtfrom I to lsekmy be restored
to sound health, If such a IhinK be pnnilli. Sulil ev
ery wb ero, or ssttt by mail for SI lei I r st s nips. I S'
Joukbum A Co., Boston, Maas., formerly bauor, Me.
INJKCTION, la apoaltlvo ouraforall Dlarbarvea.
BtlnKins. Bmartlns; and Vnlnful Baunatlona of the
ft I fin Pr bottle. For anl" by all dru
V ' VW ants, or annt by Kxpra on r
5,1711 of'br'a' JOHN P. f ARfc SONS.
iTAand 177 8vcninora8t. OIMCINNATI,
OHIO. Plaaaa mention this vapar. w A
For Ssiehy HARCLAY HRO'S. Cairo, Illinois.
'.nr. ol Sorafala, PlinelM, Holla, Tatltr, OK Sursa,
Son Ky, H.raiirtu Ulasaaaa, CMarra, iaa
Apyauis, raial Caaplalitu, ana an bmm
f dlM.ua. It nr falU. All drvinlita anal
' wuatry atn kwpari aall It. II. R. Hat
(.. rvnaa, riltakarta, oa mty Usui.
El RICH BLOOD!
alureHparkllnii8p(r,lflcfor indigestion and
Illlioiisnesa, thtiwalerof ihn fanioua 8elt,er Spa,
Is duplicated in a inn i entwllli a apoonfal of Tar
rant a Slt,er Aperient, which contain every val
uable element of tho German Sprlnir. The great-e-t
physlcuinsor Kiiropspronoiince that tree gift
of Providence the most potent of nil mown alter
at ves, ant lis fnc ainillo, fresh and roaming, Is now
placed wiihin the reach of every Invalid of tha
SOLI) BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
LOOK! LOOK.'! SEE!.'!
AIMlS'I'AllLKaiPl PORTARLK, lor stores and
Citn clminio spnee between tho shelve In a inn
mrt. No trouble to put up. None to take down.
Write for descriptive circulars, prlc lists, Ac.
A'l 'r' sa: PATKN t SHKLVTNU CO.,
Mil W. Madlatin St. Chit ago. 111.
Ydl'Vfr VX tfyon want to learn Tclegra
1 Li'" til I il phy In a lew months, and be
cerlam of a situation, address Valentlue Hrolhere.
ilfWU'simn.ir I J..i I It, a II
send for our select list of local
10 Spruce St.
I 'Inli-. i.lli i., tl.t. Klin,-t
CillO I.I of
' - iir.fiiiuioMor roiinf iiHiiiriieroilinlhM"ln
GRAIN. PROVISI0NS& STOCKS
L .i- h iurihiKTt.rf4 the Ih-nt Mi (.f cunliittnl unital ot tha
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HiriMnt,,i,.rnliimsmitini-h HicmIht. Bbare llleo:li,
,"i il.:.., iioniisM'-iihii., tniiiiiiiiii(, a ri'lhilileenr
r -,m,I( mi nanii , in every town. Bnvinl iinhiceiiienia.
I " ti' e'i y ( 'uvular wot fn.'. Addre-a It. ICktMiAi.
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ir' ifi rui awijimr rtiriikK pirriM
J".ni n'-st in irji.wiieii rsqunwi. piinn nRnien, ruini
ixprnnMi ti1 a (flirted to DhK IJ N E.MI Arch
OF EVERT KIND CHE A FEB THAU ITEX.
Rifleshot diiim, Itevolvem, Ammunition.
t Miitifr Tarklis Nellys Net, Knives.
ICrizom, Skntpn. Irani innckA, eh
I-arfce ljliiHtnitil Catalogue FKEE.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED I Lniliesaniinontlempn, toengage
with ua l, sell several Useful Honavihnld
Artlelv. l'rolli large Labor la light,
hxtltiaivta territory Kivin. No compoUtion.
1 er ms liberal, f'lreuliir FREE. Addresa
Hewitt MaiiufAft' Kin., Box bllH, Plttsburah, Pa.
Swedish Xasot Powder Klllt
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN,
' win ui .nuieniy CTtcrraiuatB Roaches, Ant,
Fed Hiiati, t lews Lt. e.Tolmceo and CottonWormn,
Jlotii, ete. It issiifp, sure, cleanly and cheap. It
will not pnlsnn animals or fowls. Hample pack.
5 ;-; bv niuil M cents, post-pul-l. Stamps taken,
tircoliin. Iree. Acota Wantetl. Addresa,
J. II. JOHNSTON, PittaTmreh, Pa.
T. 111 .1 . .
IVll or all kinds for salo verv choso.
1 1 1 HULL t CO. BOX 868. Pittsburgh. Pa.
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oucouii nuu ti m i roan ntreeta,
Th Vuaietieer D tint of Ike Chli aen. t. Lonla
auf .iiiworlean! Illinois t'etitral! Wahah. Nt.
l.oul and Paclllct lion Mountain ami Southern.'
Mobile and Ohio: I air j aud Ht. Louia Itauwara
are all Just acrusa the tntet while tha Steamboat
uaiiiiiiiii is nut one square distant,
Tills Hotel Is heated hy steam, has team,
Laundry, llvdra.,llc Klevator, Klurlrle Cull lieilf.
Ailloiniitlo Klre-Alarm!. Hatha, ahaolutely pur air,
perlect seweraite and uimplelti appolntniauie.
Superb fiiruisklnj;) putl'ucl aervlca; and an an
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