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Abide With Me,
BV Jl.'l.l A MKHI'.IIITII.
Lido wllb mi': the HiitiKrt's iroldon flniror
Hit drawn a veil M-twi-n tin- world and mo
Lixm tlx? niomittiin top hi riivs Htlll llngor,
Hut In (be alley J dorp tu rk ik-mh sou
And wbt'liniiiK riliitdiiwD uovcrover me.
AWdn with me; tin- way In drear and lowly,
And lriirlnful phiuitorim Hturt from every
Which bHttlo for my soul, thai mml whWhotily
Know Th on earth, In Heaven, O Cruel
Hod! For tbui di-nr reason kep Tbou noar my
Abide with mo; tbo venifur, pain und an
ifuish. Clutch at my life and will not let mn iro:
And prido and love of cuw have iini'lo tneso
These flower, love and fultb, which bloomed
When first I knw Thy (unite, lonir, long airo.
Atddo with me; arln' bliiridlnhnierita beset
They rl like clouds between my soul and
Hldlnif Thee, no ihHt Mxn I must foiyef Thee,
I ?iIom a tx am Irom IovIdk eyes divine
hball .through them tt fta radiance to
AMde with me; dear Lord let me not perish!
Cbase fnun heart and way these phantoma
Thine "altar coala" on my hcHrt'a altar cber
lh. 8o that eai h ln conmnned In love's pure flro
May cl"ir no more my aoul'a deep, strung do
aire. And when at last through earth's dark vale a,
I reach the beavenlr bill", and at Thv feet
Look, Lord, uixm Tbee, doubt and fcara all
In one Ion it kh. of Jny an deep, aoaweet.
Then eailetled, I nw.1 no more repeat
Ahlde with tnel
their tirst Tirr.
Only nix months niarrie'l, and this
was their first tiff!
Not a very serious one, perhaps, but
like "the little rift within the. lute"
who could say where it would end?
Six months ao Lelty Chamber, a
week old bride t hen, thought that the pret
ty little home about a dozen miles nut of
town provided for her by her hu.-h.iud,
the 8iiugjriest, cosiest of abodes. I?tit as
the days flew by, and she found herself
alone from moru till eve, a little taint
of discontent began to prow upon her.
(ierald's business took him up to town
each day, and it was dull times for
Letty, more especially after she had
inadtj the acquaintance of a fashionable,
worldy woman, whom her husband dis
approved of. but who in Letty's inuo
cent mind was all that was friendly and
good-natured, so that when herald told
her one morning that he objected to her
intimacy with the gay widow from
whom the early H-t bad brought an in
vitation for Lettv to spend a day in
tow n with her the young wife pouted,
and looked ascro.-sius it was possible for
Iter pretty face to appear, and attempt
ed to gain her point by persua-ion.
"It is not often that 1 go mil, I am
Mire," she pleaded; "you might take
me to town with you, Gerald, and bring
me back in the evening,"
Hut Gerald was inexorable.
"I would rather not," was all he said,
but Letty knew that his "rather not"
meant a decided negative, and the tears
stood in her pretty blue eyes as she
turned pettishly from his offered em
brace, at which repulse Gerald, rather
annoyed, took up his hat and walked to
Letty followed him.
"Oh, Gerald, do let mo go?" she said
entreat ingly, as she clung to her litis
baud'a hand, as they stood together on
"I don't think I can consent, dearie,"
nail! (ierald Chambers, looking down
into her blue eyes.
"Hut, Gerald, Mrs. Merriton is so
obliging. I should enjoy spending the
day with her so much."
"Mv dear Letty," he said, in a pain
ed voice, "don't urge mc, I cannot have,
you under that woman.1? influence."
"No, you want me to poke here in the
country all the time, while I just long
for a sight of city streets and shops! you
go up every day, and when 1 could go
lor a few hours, you won't let mc!"
"If anyone else had invited you I
would say yes, gladly, Letty. Ami now,
see hero, little woman, just he a good
girl, ami I'll bring you some good news
when I come home to-night;"
"No, you won't! And I don't want
any, either! I just want my own way
once in a while!"
"I think you have it generally now,"
said Gerald, gravely.
"I don't either! I used to at home,
und I wish I had stayed there, I do!"
"Letty, if you are determined to quar
rel I had better go at once," said Ger
ald, releasing his hand very gently from
"Well, go! And I dou't euro if you
nuver comeback! "snapped Letty, after
' Gerald turned an instant, ami said,
"Letty, you will bo sorry for that be
fore you sou me again. Good-bye," and
Letty went into the house, just as (ho
whistle of Gerald's train sounded. She
was sorry now, and a little frightened
ut her angry words. Hut there was no
time to tell him so, for ho was gone,
"I know ho was right, too," she said,
penitently. "Mrs. Merriton is awfully
fust she tloes lots of things I wouldn't
do. Hut it would be so nice to spend a
day in town. Gerald is there all the
time, and I get so lonely out hero alone.
It wasn't worth a quarrel with him,
though. What did ho mean by saving I
would bo sorry P I'm sorry now-1 wish
I did not have to wait until night to toll
Near noon a bright thought came to
her. She wanted to make sonio little
purchases in town why not go up by
the 1.30 train, and come borne with
To reiulv wus to do, with Letty. At
two (clock she tripped Into the otllee
where Gerald was junior partner. The
senior, Mr. Harper, was there ulone.
"Where Is Mr. Chambers?" asked
"Ho hasn't been here to-day," said
Mr. Harper. ,
"Why, ho came upbytho early train,"
said Letty, slightly alarmed.
"I don't think he's been hero. I'll ak
Mr. Wright if ho bassoon him, though,"
said Mr. Harper.
lie stepped to the cashier1 desk, and
presently returning, said: "Mr. Wright
says he was here, very early, hut said
he was going away on business, and
would not be in again to-day."
"Why, where can he have gone?"
cried Letty. a cold thrill all over her.
"Ho did not speak of it to me."
A clerk, pa-sing by, stopped, that in
stant. "Is it Mr. Chambers you are asking
about?" he said.
"Yes. Have you seen him, Mr. Sev
ern?" "Yes, sir. As I came from dinner I
met him walking very fast towards tho
depot. Ho said ho was trying to catch
tho 12.30 train."
"Then 1 just missed him, coining up
by the l.oU How provoking!" said
Hut her fears were relieved, and sho
hurried through her shopping, so as to
get homo herself by the four o'clock
"I'm so sorry I wasn't there when ho
got home!" sho said. "Never mind, I'll
make it up when 1 do get there."
She had to wait a few minutes at the
station for the train. She walked tip
ami down the long platform, then ven
tured a few .steps on the narrow plank,
laid across tho long railroad bridge, for
the convenience of foot passengers.
The conductor who raD down at four
was the same who ran down at V2.-MX
Letty knew him by sight, and stopped
to sneak to him.
"Mr. Chambers went down with you
at noun, did ho not?" she said.
"Mr. Chambers has not gone to-day,
"Oh, I'm sure he did!" insisted Letty.
The conductor shook his head.
"No, madam I know, beeau-c I had
a message for him to-day, and I've been
on the lookout for him," couldn't have
gone dow n without my seeing him."
"Hut Mr. Severn, one of the clerks,
told me he -aw my hu.-baud running to
catch the train."
"Saw him myself, madam, on tho
platform. But when I looked into the
carriages, he was not there."
"And the last you saw of him was on
the platform?'' a.-ked Letty, turning
"Yes'm. But don't be uneasy. I dare
say he went down bv the 2.15."
"Perhaps he did.'' said L'tty,
But her heart chilled as she sat and
thought of (ierald, la-t seen on that
crowded, bu-tling platform. Was it
possible that he had met with an ao
cideut ? Oh, Heaven forbid! He would
not so puni-h her for one angry word.
He must havegonedown at two o'clock,
and was waiting for her at hom;.
Half dead with anxiety, she left the
train, and flew home. He had not re
turned, their little maid-servant told
her. She flew back to the station, and
asked the ticket collector if he had seen
Mr. Chambers come down.
"No. ma'am, he hasn't come down
yet," was the prompt answer.
Letty turned away. Her bitter punish
ment had come, then! Gerald was gone,
never to return more, and her last words
to him had been angry ones her last
words to Gerald, whom she loved far
better than .-lie did her own life.
She could scarcely support her limbs
until she got into the street once more.
Then her tears fell, and without heed
ing that some one might be passing,
she wailed out.
"He'll never come again! Gerald will
never come aain! My Gerald never will
come any more!"
"Tho dickens he won't!" sounded a
cherry voice just behind her. Letty
turned caught Gerald's arm, then her
overstrained nerves gave wav. She
turned whiter, gasped, trembled, caught
her breath, andwouhl have fallen in tho
street, but for Gerald's support.
"Come! come, little woman, this
won't do!" ho cried. "I don't know
what the mischief is up, but we can't
have any of this sort of nonsense in tho
public street, anvhow!"
"Oh, Gerald!1" gasped Letty. "I
thought yon were killed!"
"Killed? Not if I know it! Who told
you so, little woman, and scared vou
half to death?"
"Mr. Severn said he saw you on tho
way to the depot, and tho conductor
told me he saw you on tho platform,
but you didn't ot iu the train.
"No wonder. 1 wasn't iu the train.
I was in another one. Fact is, I went
over to Brooklyn to look at a little house
there, and I got in just a few minutes
ago, from that end of the town."
"Oh, Gerald! If I had only known it!
I w as nearly crazy to-day."
"Oh, then vou dideare a little to have
me come back?"
"Care? I think I did! Oh, Gerald, I'm
so sorry I was so hateful this morning.
Please forgive nie. I've been punished
"Well, yes, I think you have, so we'll
make it up. Now, pet, do you want to
hear my good news?''
"Of course I do."
"Well, then, as I wouldn't consent to
let you go to New York to visit Mrs.
Merriton, how would you like to go ami
stay, in vour own house?"
"Oh, George!" with a squeeze of his
"Fact, little woman. I went to see)
tho Brooklyn cottage, and it's a beauty
and so I bought it."
"Bought it?' Oh, Gerald, you didn't,
"U'ell. I rather think I did! A little
gem of a house, too. Ten rooms, gas
and all modern conveniences, besides a
basement. Price moderate, too. Think
it will bo big enough for usP"
"I know it willf Oh, I'm so glad!
But could you afford it, Gerald?"
"Yes, very well, or I should not have
purchased it. To-morrow we will go
up and look at it, and if it pleases you
we will arrange to move up at once."
"I know it will please mo," said
Letty; and in her thankfulness that
Gerald was not taken away from her,
she resolved that she would never again
speak a hasty, angry word.
Lady Jumbo is the name of a pony
thirty inches h!gh on exhibition at the
bone show at Islington, Eng.
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 2G, 1883.
An Excellent Medici ue.
"I certify that my wife and myself were
in bad health for Homo fifteen years. I
chanced to bo looking over one of Simmons
Liver Regulator Almanacs and saw A. II.
Stephens' ami bishop Pierce's names to tes
timonials, I then obtained some of the
Regulator, and can heartily recommend
Simmons Liver Regulator to my friends as
an excellent medicine, Z. E. Hakkison, M
I)., Gordonsville, Vu."
To promote a vigorous growth of tho
hair, use Parker's Hair Balsam. It restores
the youthful color tit gray hair, removes
dandruff, and cures itching of the scalp.
Nearly a Mirat l . ""
E. Asenith Hall, Hioghainton, N.T.,
writes: I suffered for several months with
a dull pain through left lung and shoul
ders. I lost my spiriis, appetite aud color,
and nould with difficulty keep up all day.
My mother procujud some Burdock Blood
Bitters; I took them as directed, and have
felt no pain sinco first week after using
them, and am now quite well. Price fl.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
James Pearson, 28 .Sixth Street, Buffalo,
bays: "I have UHed your Spring Blossom
for myself and family, and think it invalu
able as a household remedy, for regulating
tho bowels, liver and kidneys. I shall
never bo without it." Price 00 cents, trial
bottles 10 cents.
Paul 0t. Schuh, Agiul.
The Law of Kindne.s.
Is universal; it affects all the human fam
ily, all animals, and may be even found in
patent medicines. Some ate drastic, Bud
the patient is obligned to suffer pains
worse than the disease; hut in cases of ob
stinate constipation, dyspepsia, there is no
remedy so kind, so gentle in its effects, and
yet bo satisfactory, as Burdock Blood Bitters
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Goto Paul G. Schuh lor Mis. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. (Jolor
from 2 to 5 pounds. Uirectii.es in KuglisL
and Gcrmar., Price 15 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 afflicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are womau's true
friend, ami will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tr.al always prows our tstrtion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle. Sold by G o. E.
The Grand Central Hotel, CG7 Broadway
New York city, is one of the finest, if not
the Guest, hotel in New York city. Recently
thoroughly renovated and refurnished
throughout, excellently well kept, aud
charges exceedingly moderate. 20 Rooms
on European plan at 1.00 and upwards
per day, als j a good restaurant attached.
An Eniire Success.
It has been proved by the most reliablo
testimony that Thomas' Eclectrrc Oil is an
entire success in curing the most inveterate
cases of rheumatism, neuralgia, lame back,
and wounds of every description.
Paul Q. Schuh Ag?nt.
''How do you manage," 6ai I a lady to
her friend, "to appear so happy all the
time'r" "I always have Parker's Ginger
Toeic handy, " was the reply," and thus
keep myself and family in good health.
When I am well I always feel good caturtd.
Seo other columu.
It is simply marvelous how quickly con
stipation, biliousness, sick headache, fever
and ague, and malaria, aro cured by "Sel
ler's Liver Pills."
The invalid finds in ''Dr. Liudsey's Blood
Searcher" nature's reM restorer. It is
wondei ful. Sold by all druggists.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will be given some enterpriseing man
in The ullletin Building, w hich is now
offered for sale on easy terms, long 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 10 x 45. lias a frontage of 50
feet on Washington aveuue and 150 feet on
12th street. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, Ac, in the 2 story building
will bo sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this office, or John H. Oberly, Bloom
Bucklen's Arnica Salve
Tho Best Salve in tho world for Cuts,
Bruises. Sores. Ulcers. Salt Rheum. Fever
Sores, Tetter, ('happed Hands, Chilblains, J
Corns, and All iskin truptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pur box. For sale by Gr.o. E
Du. Kmnk'a Gkicat Nicuvk Hkstokek is
the marvel of tho ao for all nerve diseases.
All tits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelpia, Pa.
Sccoutl Edition of Job,
Mrs. Ogden, N. Division street, Hutl'slo,
says: "I cannot bu too thankful that I was
induced to try your (Spring Blossom. 1 was
at one timo afraid I should never be able to
get out again. I seemed to be a second
edition of Job without his patience; my fure
and body were one vast collection of boils
and pimples; since taking una bottle of your
Spring Blossom lam quite cured, all erup
tions have disappeared, and I feel better
than I have in a loug timo." Price 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents.
Paul G. Schuli, Agent.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nurv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs, $1. 8 for $5. All
druggists, Bend for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 815 First Avo,, N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Whero machinery is used the Drew Oil
Cup will save 50 per cent, of oil. Write
for circular, Borden, Selleck & Co., St.
Louis, Mo. , , (2J
Jos. L. Foote, tho Commodore, Elgin, 111,
says Thomas' Electric Oil cured him of
sciatica with one application, thoroughly
applied. It also cured him of a severe cold
and cough. R0 thinks it a very valuably
remedy, and will never bo without it.
Paul O.Sdhuh, Agent.
Indian Blood Syrup.
lvsii'tt.a, Liver Ms
fuses. Feter and Akiik
Hi art liifcrithe, liiln.iih.
ness, Nervoitd Debility
THE I'. EST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN!
I welve Thousand Dottles
Sold Since lii;0!
Yhla Svrtip pohh'jhi'p varied (iroptrtlcn: It atim
ulntci tho ptyallnu In the aallva. which convert
ihii atarrh and dUBr uf the food Into ulncnsB. A
drflclt'ticy in ptyulinu catixrn wind und auuriUR l
the food In the atomarli. If the mi'dici it jun
Immediately after eating, the ferment atlou ot loed
It acta upon tlm Liver,.
H arts upon the Kidneys,
It Herniates the P,nwel,
It rarities the Klund.
It yttiets I ho Nervous System.
It l'romotes ingestion,
It Nourishes, Strenifthcni and Invigorates,
It Carries off the OhJ I'.loiid anil makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skin ami Induces
It neutralize the hereditary Uint, or poUon in
the Moc.tl, which iteneraie Scrofula. ErvslpelaH,
and all uianuer of tiklu Uwcan-a aud internal hu
mr. There are no piritM employed In it matnifnrtnro
and it tan he tukcu by the niuct delicate huhe. or by
the i;ed and feeble, care, only being required In at
Uull s to direction.
tlalva, Henry County, Ilia.
I waMiitrerlne from Sick Headache and I) z.l
nes aothat 1 could not attend to my household du
ties, and a churl trial of Dr. Clark Johnaou's Indi
an Wood byrup ctlectuallv cured me.
MKS HKLKN EI.KIN8.
Waterman Station, DcKaib Co., Ills.
Thi la to certify that Dr Clark Johnaon' Indian
Blood Strrnp ha cured me ot I'ain in the Hack. It
la a valuable niedlclue. MKS WOOD.
Centre illll. White Co., Ark.
Thin l to certify that I wan afflicted with Palpi,
tatlon of the Heart tor many yeura I tried dilt'er
t-iit doclora, w hoae preacrlptloui tended mora to
weaken me man tney aid to irenimieu. I ai hint
re Ived to try Dr. Clark Johnami' Indian Wood
Sytiip, which proved to hu a positive cure not on
ly cunni: me le an nmeaau, hut aim a Sick Ili ad
ach which had been troubling nix.
MltS M AUY A. NKAL.
I wa alllicted with Liter Complaint aud l)ypep
ala and failed to cut relief, aithonnh ikIiib medi
cine from our l.et doctor I comiiiHiiced UHlnii
tlr. Jobnnou's Indian Blood Svrnp, anil arhort trial
cured me. T. V. IllSlNG. Moline, III.
Thl rrrtlfle Unit Or. Clink Jolmon' Indiau
Wood Syrup hi elluclually cured me of Dynpepela.
Too touch cannot be raid iii tiralae o it.
W. K. vviMMr.K, Bedford, Mo.
Aiients wanted for tho sale of the Indian llli od
Syrup in every town or village, in which I have no
aeut. l'nriicul.iti given on application.
Dltl'OOISfS HELL IT.
Liliratorv V Wont 3d at. N , V
JOTICE TO C U.NTKACTOKS.
Ofllce ofCtty Clerk. Cairo. 111., July lTth, lss2.
Sealed propual will bo receivo t at thin orrke,
directed to the Cl'y Clerk of Hie city of Cairo, un
til Tiicrilny evening Augu-t t next, for keeping all
public drio well Iu the city in irood working or
der for the reinaiiiinu portion of the fl-cal vear
r April an h. lsn;li. Alofor the laying of ae'wer
pipeon Commercial avenue, between Third and
Fifth atreet, and between Ntrjeth and Tenth
street, and mi '1 Wonty-secoud atreet. IntAeeu
Waluut aud I'lne treet. Work to be done atln.
factory to ihe committee on rtreeta. A iiond aud
itltki"iit b in. I for twice tbo amount, of bill tnunt
accompanv nil liroponltlon. The right to reject
any and ull bid ffserved by Hie city.
It. .1. FOLEY, City Clerk.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MANN. The Client Elii!-
HpIi remedy, An
uuliiiliui; enro for
apiTiiiatnri bea. im
poteucv R.nl all
illnciki'ct that folow
a a Dequeued
of telf ahuae; a
lit.. ,tf nti, it, ii. I.
iicioro iaKingb.i.vera ,.., neAftaj. Tuki
dlmne of vlalon, prematura old age, and many
other dicuei that lead to insanity, consumption
or a premature prave.
iW"Fiill particular III our pamphlet, which we
demre to end freo bv mall to everyone. fTh
Spcclllc Medicine I mild hy all dnifi!t at fl per
iiacKaire, or lx piick'mt for $ or will be aeut Tree
bv mail on receipt of the moiiev, bv addreimlni'.
Tlllt OHAY MKOIC1NK 10.,
lll pri.o, IS. Y.
On ncfnuhl of counterfeit, we havu adoptud the
Yellow Wrapper; the onlv genuine, Oiiaiiiuiec
ol cure ImiumI
Sold In Cairo by I'. l. KCIU'II.
Vholcalu Agent, Morrison, I'liimW & t. o,,
v in ni j.
BEFORE -AND AFTEB
ElwtrlC ApDllancei in mat an 3(1 nut' Trill.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNO OR OLD,
WHO arc mirroring from Naavnva nuaii.iTr,
., . I;Ja Vitality, Lack or Naavi rosea ad
Viooli, WAiTINii WKBNKwaa, and all thin dle"'
of a PtaaoNAL Natch rmeiltlnir from Ai ml
UTHa Ci'. HovMly rrlli.f and complete rout
Th mndiwt i dleoii7 of th NlnniwiuiD Century
Sandal one (or Illustrated Punphlat trao. AddrtM
VOITAIO HIT CO.. MAHHall. MICH.
S3 JPK&W S3
PENNSYLVANIA Military ACADEMY
finKsTER 81t year openi September 13th.
yNew l)nl!d(u. Hupurlor accommodation.
Appointment complete. KnulUh, Colligate,
l lienilcal, Civil Kneineerlni( coore. Octree
Conturrud. Apply to VV. P. Halllday. Kq., patron
Cairo, III , or to COL. TIIKO. HYATT, i'reet.
htatoof Illinoia. 1
County of Alexander) rier county. InChaurery.
a f Mrr ii 1 1 rnnrl nf 4 litifi
oauntei niaam layioraml Edwin I'araon, Trua
tee of the Cairo Triiet Property.
Benjamin K. Parker.
Hill to I-orec loan MortKHco.
I'llliUc notice in hereby Riven, that, in purHiiaiico
or a decree made and entered bv aid court l:i
the above entitled caime, on tho 1Mb day of May,
A. I). lsHi, I tho undereit'iied, maHter In
trian.-f.rv r the raid court will, on
MONDAY, TIIKi'lTH DAY Of .1I.'LV, Ml. at
the hour of II o'clock In the forenoon, at theaouth
weaterlydnor of Ihe court hoiue, in the city of
Cairo, county of Alexander mid Stato of Minns,
He 1 III nllllllr n,ipllr.ii t... 1.1. .k... t.i. ....
ranh.nll and ameular, the following descrlhed
ji..iiur. B mm rem rxiaie ill k;iiu aecree meuttonea,
sltiinte In the county of Alexander and tate ol
llllnoiM. Or Mil tl It flu.,.,,.,? a dl.ull V... ....At.. I..... ...
- ' - .......... niillll uc l, ll llll.tril I III
aailKfynmd decree, to-wlt : J,t tninihered Suvmi
teen (17), In block numbered Kort '-nlx. ii) in the
city of Cairo, a known and deKtnuted on the re
corded map or plat of mild city.
j'uieu iairo, Illinois, j uiy int.
ALEX 11. IttVIX,
liRUM tGtLBKiiT,ComplaiMaut,a Solicitor.
blnU of Illinois, 1
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rn v llui. I.UUI I Ul
Couuly of Alexander I auder county.
w imam w ood.
Eliza Kidney. Marv ltlKuoy and Thomas Klcney.
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..in i,j luimnMu uiiiriifNue.
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of a decree made and entered by mM court in tho
iuo. iih iiii-n cause, on me i.uu (lay or May,
A. D. 1SSJ, I, th; uudi-rl(ued, muster iu chancery
of the said curt, will on
MONDAY THE 2ITil DAY OP .It r.Y 1kw
at the hour of tl o'clock In ihe
forenoon, at the southwestern- dour
of the court uousi., in the city ol Cairo, county of
nieiauiier, ana state ol Illinois, sell at pn nlic auc
tion to Ihe hichest bidder, lor ciifh, all
Bud, singular, tho following described prcmist and
tea etat lu aid dei ree mentioned. sitUHte in the
rniintv nf AITan.l..r i.,l .uin ..r 1lll..l.
or o uiurh thereof as shall be sulllclent to satisfy
earn uec ree. iii-wit: i.ot niiintierud Twenty lour
tl i, In block numbered Thirty in the city ol
Cairo, as known and designated on tho recorded
map or plat of Hld citv.
uated, Cairo, III., July int. IKSi
M:iatatr In I'lianmrv
Jno. M . Lanrdkit. Comullnaut, Solicitor.
State of Illinois 1 Circuit Court or Al
rr. exanili'i Coiinlv.
CorsTV or A l r x a o k u In chancery.
Lugeule Culley and Cyrllle A Murchildon
Jeremiah Mcbaciel, Ell.aboth MrUanlel, Moses F.
(ioodman and .lamea Honey.
Hill to Foreclose Mortiii;e.
Public notice 1 hereby given that, t a pursuance
of a decree- made and entered bv said court in
the ab ve entitled cause, on tho :!i)th day of May,
A. D. IMS-.', I, tho undersigned, master iu chancery
of the said court, will, on
MONDAY, 1 11 R ytTIt DAY OF ,11'LY, lssj,
at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
at the soutii westerly doorof the court house in the
ciiy of Cairo, county rf Alexander bhi! at.ite of
Illinois, se'l at pulilir ctlon. to the highest bid
der, for cash, all and singular, the following de
fer. bed premises and real estate iu said decree
nientioued. situate In tlm con ty nf Alexander i.d
state of Illinois, orso much thereof as sha'l be
sulllcieut to satisfy said decree, to-wit : The south
east ipeirter ot the southwest quarter of secllo'i
Thirty-four (HI), in township numbered Fourteen
(I ti. south of rani-e two Oil west of Ihe third nrtu-
cipal meridian, except three, acres in tho south
west corner or sa d quartt r section.
Hated, Cairo, Illinois, dulv 1st. 1SS.
ALEX 11 . IHVIN.
Master In Chnnrerv
Walter Waiideb, Ccmp'.aitant a solicitor.
Benson's Capcine -Porous
Reason Why they are Preferred to AVI
Other Porous Plasters or External
Bscans they possess all tha merit of tha
atrungthenlng porous plaster, and contain in ad
dition thareto the newly discovered powerful and
acUve vegetable combination which act with in
creased rubefacient, stimulating, sedative and
counter irritant eflects.
Because they are n genuine pharmaceutical prep,
arutiou, and ao rocoguized by tho profession.
ltecause they aro tho only plaster that relieve
iain at once.
Because they will positively euro disease which
other remedies will nut even relieve.
Because over Bono physician and druggists have
voluntarily testified that they are superior to all
other planter or medicines tor external uao,
fterynsa the manufacturer have recalved tha
only medal ever given for porous plasters.
Benson's Capcine Porous Plaster!
SEABURY & JOHNSON,
Manufacturing Cheniiata, New York.
AFjI! HKMEU Y ATIjAST. Price 5ctJ
i MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTEfV
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS LZ
Itlund. itid ttiltiwinitiUinlvrhsncs the blood in thee n-
tlresyslaiuln Ibrssniuntbs. Auy wruon who will Inks
1 pillaaeh night rrum ltiilW wseksmsy be restored
to siinnil htmlt.h. If such a thinir bs imishiIiIh. Sulil ov-
rrvwhere, or sunt hy mall for M leftnr stamp. I. S.
Johmjon A Co., llustou, Mass., (uruiuilj Usugor, Mo.
INJKOl'ION, I a positive our for all IlacharnR.
BtlOKlntr, Bmartlnif and Painful Banaationa of tlie
1 TO BINARY PASSAGES
II RI nAptrtiottli, Forealaby alldrua
U '- V irlata, or neiit by Kxjtrea on ra
il eeliitof irk, JOHN D, PAKK SONS,
VO 17 and I77 6ytamnre8t. CINCINNATI;
m7 OUIO, I'leoM mention Uil puper.
For fait) by BARCLAY' DUO'S, Cairo, lllli.ol.
Nuililaii iu tlm wurlu vuual in U ir Uis
"oor- al H.milul, Plnnilcii, Boll., T-Ur, Old Sor,
( !.', Mrrtiurlal UlitsMi, ClUrrn. -' ol
. pp. lilt, riuisH ComUlnli, w all Blima
ill, mm. It amtr lain, all druliu ma
' eounlrj (tor tsfptn mil It. R. IU Bfllm
('., rmit's rit bHn. as ! Datut.
m ra BLOOD !
aliinnHparkllngHpeclflcfor indigestion Bnd
Uiltoiisneaa, tho water of in famoua 8eter Hp.
In duplicated in a uio i.mit with aspoonfal of Tar
raut'a beltzer Aperient, which contains every val
liable element of tho Uerman Spring. Tho great-e-t
physician or Kuropd ironoiiiir.e that free gift
of I'mviil.tm..! 1 1 iiwui i.,.i..n ..r all bn...... .1...-
- - - ...wn. ,(U,,,l, Ul (111 PlltlWU llCr-
alives, and Its fan simile, fresh and foaming, is now
("' v, miiiiii iiiu reucii oi every invauii Ol IUQ
NOLI) BY ALL DRl'OCilsrs.
LOOK! LOOK!! SEE!!!
ADJUSTABLE awl I'OIlTARLK, for Htorca and
Can chain;!) apace between the slielve In a mo
?.'' l' - No ,r""l,le I'1" "P- None to take down.
ritu for descriptive circulars, prlc... lists, Ac.
Address: H AT 15 N T SIIKI.VINU CO .
Kii'.l W. Madison St. Chicago. 111.
YOITVJJ- MFT Ityo" aut to learn Tclegra-
a VL1IU ill 1 jaI I1V i H f,w ,m,th, snil ha
certain of a situation, address Valentine Ilrother.
A DVKlil ISKKSI send for our select llstol local
anew soaiier. (ieo. I'. Jlowell Jfc iln til Snrnc si
Cluii-, r.tl.i n tli.i siiiB-tnicaimof inakiiiMfnvnlnr munihl
i " ui.'-iiiieiiiaoi luuiotiuouia-iii'irnilcnlii i-ln
I e h mi'inl.T li'H the lioneSi ,,f otiiiliineil iiinl of the
.il. It) to Inn r rent. Iuidenilatid nimithlr. He-
ISII'Iftlif DIH-mtlitnUhl'Ilt lUrtl lt.i,l,.r KlLunw Allloni.h
r"iei ni iljle. iiiii iii.-rul ile, truiii-iciiiiilc. A relinWe ii.r-
p-l '' HI ivnnd ,1 in every town, fiiweinl indiieemsnta.
t vi-.iih 0. try Circular MMit free. Aihlre. It. K.U.t.SliAU.
i DR. KLINE'S GREaT
) Nerve Restorer
aa aa -w I"' mi naiix io Nim
'v'li"!s. Osi.v m at i .tbi. ma Kwui Arri
!""rios.l-i!.l-.nii!ev,eic INFALLIBLE if takon
ti itirm-irit. A.)f iii'T ir.tirWiiu. Trsatiwt,
trml h.ittlfi frte to Fit rasus,tey pyinR exprv.a
.;hari:i.in liux.wlioo retwivwl. Snit nanin,P.O.n
i..iI.r, iiB.l.trsof ifflKtiid Ui l)a.KI.INE.U.11 Arut.
m Ohilaits..!"- .ti riri..i;.f AV.....
01 EVERT KINO 0EEAFEB TEAK EVES.
Klflea.Shot Ouna, Kevolvers, Ammunition.
i'l.shiiiTckI, Selnea.Neta, Knlve.
Itizors, Skate, Hammock, etc.
Lnre UliiNtrntril Catalogue FREE.
GREAT WESTERN" GUN WORKS,
WANTEOl Ladle and nentlemen, toeniraOT
Willi u lo sell several Useful Household
Article. Vrollta lurRe Labor i llRht.
Kxtluaive territory piv-n. No competiUon.
Term liberal. Circulars FRF.E. Address
Hewitt Mmmfact'K Co., Box WIS, Pittsburgh, P..
Swedish Inseot Powder Rill
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN,
nil "" of-oiy i'.ierminnto Koacne. Ant,
Boil bw J- leas, Lice, Tobacco ami Cotton Worm.
Moth, etc. It Is wife, Mire, cleanly and cheap. It
will not poion animal or fowls. Hnraple pack
aiica by mnil HO cents, po.t-piilrl. Stamp taken,
t ircoliir free. eiita Wanted. Address,
J. II. JOHNSTON, Pittsburgh, Pa.
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lOf all kinds forsalo vnrvchAan.
f BCatalogues free. Address, RICHARD
1 1 HULL t CO. Box 808. Pittsburgh. Pa.
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Hccoml ami llullroad Street,
lb Pasoiiir D. pot of the Chkairo, 8t. Lonl
UD' .lew Orlu: lllluol Central; W'bash, Ml.
Louis and Paclllc; lion Mountain and Houihern,
Mobilu and Uhlo; Cair-i and St. Loma Hallway
are nil Just across tha struut : while tho Steamboat
Landing la but one sun aro distant.
This liotel la heated by steam, baa steam
La ll Miry. llyilru!lc Elevator, Klectrlr Cull Ualli.
Automatic Flro-Aliirm. Hatha, ahaolutoly pur air,
perlect sewuraite and complete appointment.
Huuurb furuisUlugsj purfoct rvlc; andaa an
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