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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN"! WEDNESDAY MORNIM', JULY 25, ISSS
v V fcONQUEROR .) I
A SPECIFIC FOR
oar EPILEPSY. SPASMS.
CONVULSIONS. FALLING SICKNESS,
ST. VITUS DANCE, ALCH3H0LISM,
OPIUM EATING, SYPHILUS,
SCROFULA, KINGS EVIL,
UGLY BLOOD DISEASES, DYSPEPSIA,
NERVOUSNESS. SICK HEADACHE,
RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS WEAKNESS,
BRAIN WORRY, BLOOD SORES,
KIDNEY TROUBLES AND IRREGULARITIES.
qr$t.50 per bottle.W3
The Dr. S. A. Richmond Med. Co. , Props. ,
St. TeFl n
Correspondence freely answered by 1 bysiciaus,
Hold by all Pruf Ut.
From those sources arise Lbroe-fourth of
the diseases of the human moe. Those
symptoms indicate their existence : Ixass ol
Appetite, Jtowels costive, Mek IWad
aehe, fullness alter eating, aversion to
exertion or body or mind, Krnctallon
of food, IrrtUbiiltjr of temper, Low
iplrlU. A feeling of having neglected
iodic duty. IMzzlness, FlutlciioK at the
Heart, IoU before ths eye, highly col
ored Trine, COXSTlPATloai, and do
mandthouse of remedy that act directly
on th Liver. As a Liver medicine Tl'TT'S
PILLS harp no equal. Their action on tho
Kidneys and Skin is also prompt; removing
all impurities through these) three seav
enters of the system,' producing appe
tite, sound dig-oBiton, rt-ffiiliir stools, a clear
skin and a vigorous body. TVTT'H PILLS
caiiHe no nausea or (rilping; nor Interfere
with dally work and nro a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
1TE FEELS LIKE A ISETT M AN.
41 f have bad iJyspepsla, with tonatlpa
tion.two years, anil linvo tried ten dtirerent
kinds of pills, and TTTT'D are the first
that bare done mo any good. They have
cleaned me out nicely. My appetite la
splendid, food digests readily, and 1 now
have natural pa?srtire9, I fuel like a new
wan." W. l. EDWARDS, Palmyra, 0.
BoldeTCTTwhsre.aiVc. Office,!! Murry8t..N.Y
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Gray IUib on Whiskers changed In.
stantly to aULOBSY Black by a single ap.
plication o( tills DTK. Bold by Druggists,
or sent by express on receipt of a 1.
Offlee, 44 Murray Street, New York.
TUTT'S MANUAL OF USEFSl RECEIPTS FREr.
ha' gained an enviable
r illation wherever
known, displacing all
other pr parat'.ons. Au
art ice of undoubted
LIQUID OH HNUFK.
HAY- FEVER ..W'M
will be absorbed, effectually cleansing the nssal
passages of ratlmrrlial virua causing healthy se
cret!' n. Ii alinja li IKmmadon. prelect Uie
n e i brnril It lugs of the bi ad from addi'lonal
cildn, rouiletv!y heal the sires and te.torei the
f t.to of tnMe m i rn 11 . Iknetklal results aro
realiz d by a fw at pli' htIoh.
A TlI'):Oi:u!l TtiEATMEsT WILL CURR.
Unrq-ialed for (.'old in thu Head, Headache and
Teafiieri. or anv k nd ol mu' oua uiemlirnnal irrlta
tloo. hei.d for circular. Hy mall, prepaid W c.
a packaZ"-received. .Hold by all wbols
sale tnd rull d-uirij :f.
KLY'bC'KKAM bALM CO.. Owcgo, N. Y.
PARK 12 It'S
Thii elrvuit drewing
is preferred by thou
whohave usedit, to any
imiUr artcle, on sc
ount of iu tiipehor
Icanliiieta and purily.
It coiuoinl nialerult
only that are Lcneficul
to the scalp and luu
Restore! tht Youthful Color to Grey or Fadid Hair
Parker I Hair Ea'ium H finely rvrfumcd and ll
warranted lo prevent f.illing lie hair and to re
movedaiidruH iinjitdudj. lliscox ii Co., N.Y.
Mie. and 1 1 ilwi. 1 Amn u druri ard mMlelrMt.
A Supcrlativt Health and Strength Rulonr.
If yt'U ate amerlianic or (imrr, worn out with
overwork, or a mother run down by fmnily or houte
bold duUtl Uy I'ABKtK k (.IkOtK 'I ONIC,
If you are a lawyer, mirmter or biikinest man ex
hautlrd by nirnul nr.iinor anmouvcairs, do not take
intoxicating tumuhinlt, but UK I'atkerV.mea 'I onic
If you have Convimplion, lJieiia, kheuma.
Ism, Kidney Coniiibinu, or anyrhvirdn of ibrlunKt,
aiomach. bowelt, blood or nerm.l'tkKta'a (iiie.ts
'Ionic wilkure you. I in the Oteateil lllipoil I'uriher
Asd tht But and 8urt Cough Cun Ever Uttd.
If you are wattinr away from tg', diMipation or
any aumva or wealmena and rrune a Miinulaiit lake
CiKr.au Tonic at nntel it will invigorate and build
rou up from the fimt dow but will never intoaicate.
t has uved hundivds of liven; it may aavt yours,
I CAl'TION t-tlffuuallluli.lllulM.r'r'iaili,arTilllcta
cwnfKMrd of Uj. U.1 rvnMlial ftfnu la tl. world, and Umllrtlf
4ir1.rvttt fnan raurm, cf auirr al'H.. fMtid for circular ha
Miami Co., N. If. aoc A (l inn, at aValin la draft,
CHEAT fVAVINO UL'VINCJ DOLtAB BIW.
hin li and laaung Iracrance luu made Ibis
deliuhiful periumt eacetdmgly popular. There
la aotfalcsr like It. I nuat upon hsving Ftoass
Tom Louxs and lo-,k (jr signature M
a ? Ua. Any dm-yM at aaln , Mtlum
OM wpalf ym, M and H .nl din. '
LAhoI KAVINO Bl'yi.MJ tar. Iiyg.
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How to Kep Canari 'B vr Tuvtl.
Wlillu tho cii:ir)' is i rli:in tin; hid.,
populttr Ujunt!tic favorite, itv U:w nr
jiropt'rly uaroil for. A Hnrz niotiuiiiiii
canary, vvii.:h U the vnry lt'st koiisIit,
will r'i:iiii his vn'wv fur icn or liilci'ii
yeitrs with the lilit klnl of t::irn. In
tho first plan1, tin; ea;re xhoiihl ho of
steel or hruss vir', stn'I lu'pt jKM't'ectly
clean.' PiiinU'il w't's arts had for tlm
reason that tin- paint h apt to pivl olT,
ami may w t-atun hy tti! hirl. I'api-r-injj
lint Itoitom fif thu cajt! is ciiially
pernicious, hipI the icrpln;s Hti'Unin
should In- oli'itnoil oil' eviM'y other I ay,
as a ppnttfi.'tion airaint on- feet. Han
the vn' in a toiiipcroil r.niilirht, pio
tcctpil from drafts, nii'l sprinkle the
floor with sand. Any kind will answer,
and is considered mom boncuVial than
the ciittli'-hoim. Many succeed well by
having the sand inixud in with the seed.
Let tlm food consist childly of rape and
canary, two-thirds of thu latter with
one-third of rape. Su:tr i a bad tiling,
and if used at all should bo in very
sniall" quantities. Feed with a bit of
liard-Tviilod jf? once a week; not of ton
er, as it is too fattening and will injuro
liirds, like fi':ltheiK.4 bipods, I'O'piiro
an occasional laative, for which it
small pieco of ripe apple, one berry, an
inch of luttuec, parsley or ci lory loaf
may be pvoii twico a week. When used
more frequently, or when the fruit is
unripe or decayed, lh result is a liht
form of cholera and feueral derange,
liiont, In such a case the bird will
sin1; loss than usual, and should be fed
on seijd alone, and should be kept in a
warm place. , It may bn mentioned
riht hci't) that ice-cold water c;tn imver
be (jivon with impunity. Never try to
diet the canary in the inniiliin season,
which usually occurs from dune to Sep
tember, and lasts about two in iiiths,
during which time t'i sinin is very
indill'crciit. The other ten months will
lind the bird in ",'ood voice utiles? allow
ed to catch cold, or, as before! mention
ed. Iris food d:.-Trrees with him.
Canaries cost from .2 to ijfl. Tlm
best singer conm from (Jermany,
though line, warblers are found in every
variety. The females are seldom po.v
se.sseif of jjood voice. There is no way
cf telliii a tine Hinder from appear
ances; the only test is to buy on proba
tion, and "jr'ive the bird a chance."
The best tish for an aquarium aro
gold, silver, pearl, sun, bull-heads, and
minnows-, with a turtle, a couple of lad
poles and ft snail for variety. Buy the
smallest fish always, if economy is any
consideration. In summer tlm water
should ho changed every other day, but
once a week is sullicient in winter.
Never remove more than throe-fourths
of the water, and then discharge with a
siphon, draining the bottom water.
Globe iish are like hothouse plants, and
require delicate handling, which pre
cludes a pluugi) bath into water of live
or ten decrees lower temperature.
When it is necessary to clean out tho
basin remove the Iish in a bowl of tho
same water, and, when restored, pour
them back, water and all, and till up
the aquarium gnidiitilly, in order that
the fish may lie accustomed to tlm tem
perature. "Fish pod should be given in
small quantities, anil not oftener than
once a week.
Never throw bread in tho bowl, as tho
chemicals spoil the water. It is well to
keep a piece of water weed, moss, wan
dering jew or any nquatie plant in tho
water, llm growth will be slight, but
tho animalcuhe generated will be con
sumed by the fish.' Feed your turtles
and bull-heads with flies and small
worms occasionally, mid two or three
times a week attach a small piece of
raw beef to a string and throw it into
the water. This should be removed in
tin hour, and the water slightly agi
tated. If there is no projecting rock or cas
tle in the aquarium, float a small piece
of cork for the use of the turtle. If min
nows are used the water will have to be
changed every day. They mav be
caught at any of tlio city parks by the
dozen; they are lively little fellows, very
tame, and would bo most desirable,
were it not for the dilliculty in keeping
them, (iold, silver, pearl, uttd sunliih
do not live over throe years.
Dotorrainiid to Get aa Education,
(laptain l'ratt, who is in charge of the
training school for Indian youths at
Carlisle, I'a., tells of an Indian lad 1H
yearsold, who appeared at that school a
few weeks ago, having found his way
half aeroM tlm Continent In search of
an education. Ho had 2.75 on start
ing from his homo. That brought him
across the Mississippi river. Then by
walking four days together and getting
anp occasional ride on a freight train,
he made the re.,t of the long journey.
Ho sold his Indian ornaments for $2.i5
to give him bread on tho way. (Joining
over tho Allegheny mountain range tho
Indian's worn-out moccasins were no
protection to his feet against the snow,
and ho bartered his blanket for a pair
of shoes. At last he reached the Car
lisle school and was taken in nnd eared
"What! you are you going to accept
a position ai governor. in a family
whoro thore aro six children," said an
Austin lady lo her friend, an elderly fo
mala , ,.., ,
"5fes, I am going to aecept that po
sition, " ':
"Why, rather than do that, I would
marry a widower with six chlblron."
"So would I, but where is tlio widow.
rP" 7'cxa MJlingn.
A Grac T.il Maryland Girl.
At the battle of Antielam Captain
Coleman Hrown, of alieorglaroglinent,
was killed, and his sworifwas turned
over by Pr. Kuott, surgeon of hi regi
ment, to a young lady who had attract
ed his attention hy her kindness to the
Confederate wounded, and sho provided
a hiding place for tho weapou iu tho
attic of her residence. Tho nnmo of
tho young lady was (irovo, but until re
cently all that lr. Knoit could ascertain
was that tho drove family had removed
to Baltimore. Recently tho arrival at
Atlanta of Miss Julia drove, of Mary
land, was chronicled in tho personal
column of an Atlanta paper. Struck
by tho namoand her place of residence,
I)r. Knott addressed a nolo to her, and
in reply received an answer stating that
sho was a sister to that lady who had
ministered so tenderly to tho wounded
and dying at Sharps burg. Ho then
called on her and related tho circum
stances connected with tho concealment
of Captain Brown's sword. Tho lady
promised to have the old houso search
ed ou her return home, and somo timo
afterward Dr. Knott received a letter
from her announcing tlio success of tho
search and the recovery of tho trusty
blade. A few days litter Dr. Knott re
ceived the sword by express, and it was
turned over to Captain Brown's rela
tives. When some ono spoke of the
act fd Miss drove as a "graceful" one,
Dr. Knott, who is a gallant widower,
responded: "All Maryland girls are
graceful; at least, I used to think so
when I was soldiering in that section."
Nothing So Strange aa the Truth.
A dispatch from Montreal says that
thirty years ago tho parents of a hoy
named' Doners, nine years old, died and
left him under tho euro of his mother's
brother, named Durand, a hotel-keeper
here. In a short time tho lad mysteri
ously disappeared, and all inquiries
failed to give the slightest trace of what
had become of him. He was given up
as lost until Saturday last, when a man
of dark complexion and middle ajjo en
tered the Durand House and made tho
disclosure that he was the representative
of tlm missing boy. lie has given such
absolute proof of his identity as to al
lay all suspicion ou the part of his un
cle. His history, as given by himself,
is like a romance. lie declare? that,
while reluming from a store he was sent
to with a message, ho was kidnapped
by an American planter from Tennes
see, who took him there and made him
work" with his slaves until the war broke
out, when he joined the Confederate
army and made the full campaign.
Since the war ended he says he ha? been
acting as trader in the South. It is a
strange story, but his relatives seem to
place implicit conlideiice in it. Tho
undo is wealthy and has no family.
To The WeHt.
There are a number of routes leading to
the above-mentioned suction, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri 1'aciric Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Oman.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
lirest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and ('al-if-mit
roon-jct with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, uot only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, Ac, of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. H. Ki.vna.n, F. Chandler,
Ass't den'l Pass. Agent. Oen'l Pass Agent.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of ruanhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cere you, kkek
dk ciiAHOK. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a self-addressed envelope to the Hev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D., New York
J. T. Huelbrd. Sheldon. 111., savs: "I am
selling Brown's Iron Bitters, and it gives
A Nourishing Wine.
Old and infirm perbons need some mild
tonic or gentle stimulant, especially at this
season. The wine made at Speer'i Mount
i respect Vineyards, in New Jersey, callo
S peer's Port Grape Wine, is uso'l in the At
lantic States the best tonic wine known,
and is regarded as pure, and is very popu
nir among physicians. It is especially
beneficial for females and old people. Sr.
WellK Given Out. On rereint of vour
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn i'l to 7 evenimn. at vour
home, Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. ll. t;. Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 197
i uiion rsireet, Mew York.
"Metp) satia in e.oriiore anno "A .(.unit
mind in a sound body" is the trade mark of
Allen's Btain Food, and we assure our read
ers that, if dissatisfied with either weak
ness ot liraiu or Bodily powers, tins remedy
will permanently strengthen both. At
A dressing to beautify gray hair every
family needs Parker's Hair Balaam never
tails to satisfy,
One and one half bottles of Ely's Cream
Balm t ntiiely cured mo of Hay Fever ol
ten years' standing. Have had no trace of
it lor two years. Albert A. Pony, Smith
borro, N. Y.
Skk a woman in another column ncar
Sneer's Vineyards, tuckim- frrRIMia f'rrt.n
which Spner's Port Grapo wine is made,
nun is so mgniy esteemed by tho medical
profession, for tho Uso of invalids, weakly
.....I ,1 1 U..I J l.i
li:iuu ui.u inu unuo, OHIO oy ulllggjfgts
My Wife liivd Fits.
" or ua years," says our correspondent
Henry Clark, of Fairfield, Lenawee Co.,
Mich., "in v wifn had fits. Tl
. , ' - ""J ""Ul'l
bint about an hour, and sometimes longer.
ijiiiiiiiiibu numuv us iieruianeniiy cured
( HEAP KXCUItRION ltATKS EVKHY DAY DUK-
1NO THK SUMMKIt TO SANTA Kit, NEW
Santa Fe, New Mexico, is the oldest city
iu '.he United Status. It has reached thu
end of its first third ofathousnnd years
its terlio-iuillenial period. Tho Tertio-Mil-lehnial
Celebration and Mining and Indus
trial Exposition, which will bu inaugurated
here on the 2d of July and close on thu lid
of August, will be an event of great histo
rical as well as practical importance to thu
country at Urge. It is intended to com-
mcmonttu the threu hundred and thirty-
third anniversary of the Spanish settlement
of the place.
I'll K EXPOSITION,
Which will constitute tho practical part of
the celebration, will bmau epitome of tho
mineral, agricultural, horticultural, stock
and general industrial asouices und capn
bditii s of the Territoiy. Those, therefore,
who aic iuttrcsicJ in either mining, ajri-
i uituio or stiK.'k -raising will have a good op
portunity to visit New Mexico this season,
-a the low tare will be a great inducement
to make the trip, Tho development of the
mines of this vast region has but begun.
yet i 11 the past year tho proportionate in-
ro ise in the output of ore was greater than
in any oilier State oi Territory. New Mex
ico's showing at the mining exposition held
at Denver last season showed, more clearly
than anything else, the vastnesa of its min-
It has been the general belief heretofore
that agriculture in New Mexico would not
pay . I his is an unfortunate error. At the
exposition will be teen tamples of all sorts
of fruits ami field products which vie with
those of prolific Kansas. With irrigation
tho soil of the Territory can be made to
yield immensely, and there is no pursuit
more remunetative than that of farming.
Agricultural products, of all kinds, bring
higi prices upon a ready market, always
accessible in the growing mining towns,
and the cost of raising is comparatively
small. As a cattle and sheep country, too,
New Mexico cannot be surpsssed. Her
valleys and mesas afford fine grazing
grounds for countless herds. A t the cele
bration ut Santa Fe will be tho means of
drawing a larger number of people into the
Territory than usual, owing to the cheap
fare, an opportunity will be offered those
who may be interested in stock-raising
TH a CELEBllATIOX.
Besides the practical, the Tertio-Millenial
will embrace many features the mot novel
and romantic. For instance, three days
the 18th, 19th, and 20th of July will be
devoted to the presentation of historic
scenes. These will represent the period
which has transpired since the settlement
of the citv, each day to represent a century
of history and progress. The three civili
zations will also be represented that
which existed at the time of the coming ot
the conquerors that which the Spaniards
brought with them and that which followed
the American occupation of 184o. These
representations will be illustrated by caval
cades in costume, indicative of the several
distinctive expeditions into New Mexico
and the surrounding territory. There will
also be numerous tableaux, the whole com
bining to make one of the most novel and
interesting exhibitions ever witnei-sed in
this country. There will, in addition, in-
various Indian games, races and dances oy
the Pueblos, descendants of the ancient in
hibitants of the Territory; ambu.?cadi s and
sham fights by the Zunis, with exhibition?
of their peculiar rites and ceremonies, one
td which will bu a primitive fiance re re
senting the gods and heroes of their folk-
ore mythology; native Mexican games,
fiances and juggling ; original Aztec danc s,
in which both Mexicans and Indians will
take phrt; various Mexican sports and the
grand fandango; war and other peculiar
dances by the Mescalero and
Jiiariila Apaches; exhibitions by Mexican
vhcqucros in throwing the lariat;
a mounted tournament, in cos
tunics of three centuries ago;
the San Domingo and Saudia feasts, and
other peculiar and interesting ceremonies
winch would lake much space and time to
HOUND THU' 1 10.
The rate for the round trip from Kansas
City and Atchison, including stop-oil" both
wa)s at the Las Vegas Hot Springs, is only
-10, while the tare from all eastern points
is comparatively low. The Las Vegas Hot
Springs are among the most celebrated in
thu world, and a ciol and comfortable re
sort for the hot season. There is every in-
(lucement to go to New Mexico this sum
mer and it will bo taken advantage of by
thousands who will improve this opportun
ity to study, under the best possible con
ditions, the resources of the Territory and
invi s'ments, and also to enjoy for the time
the most ouaint and romatic spot in all our
country. It is au opportunity to see the
Southwest the coming country which
ought not to bu lost by any who have any
ambition to avail themselves of the un
equalled advantages there offered for en
gaging iu miniug, agriculture, fruit grow
it g, stock raising, or merchandise. These
low rate tickets over tho Atchison, Topeka
&. Santa Fe road are now on sale at Cairo
and all principal ticket offices, good to re
turn till August .'list. 027-13-1
A Sufferer From Rheumatism,
I limped about for years with a cane,
and could not bend down without excruci
ating psin. Parker's Ginger Tonic effected
an astonishing cure and keeps me well. It
is infallible. M.Guilfoyle, Binghamton,
Whernae.Iolm (Sproat and fiarah HnroHt.hla wifi,
did bv their sale morlitSRe, bearinK date January
it I at. iTU. and rccordud in Hntik lu of Hauds, in die
recorder's ufflce of Alexander county, Illlnom,
convey and mrti;ai; to the iinflcrsluned thu fol
lowing described real fstato, altnalwi In thu coun
ty of Alrxnndor snd elly of Cairo, lUlnola. to-wU :
Lots tinnihersd twelve Jl-ij, thirteen (33;. fouriefii
(H) snd fifteen (lrU, tn block uuu.bi ivd three (3),
in the Kiwi Addition o, thu city of Cairo shire
paid, t secure the i symeatnf certain tiromia
,o y nolu executed by lbs said John -irinil. In
said sale mo tuatje fully fWrilied ; and wh.reaa
d. (milt tin boon mafia In tho jmyment of said noiu
arrl the Inioa du' upon sum lot, snd aald nolo
remains iHifutlier with an id taxes, lon alnco pnnl
(luu and unpaid by said hproal. Now. therefore,
on appllruunn I inu njfai iiuim r or saia mm-anti
i, nrto r niidbvvlrtno ot the mortal provisions and
Mover f aalu In said sale mortgagi:, I thu tiudur-
I ltl ..n
K MONDAY. JCLV TUIKT1BTH. Isttt.
at tho door ol tho eourt-hiinetv In Mid comity ot
Aieiniulnr. rlly of Cairo and stato of Illinois, at
the hour of 8 oVlfx'k prni. f id day, ofl'i r for
salu and sell st public auction to the hluheat bidder
for Cil"B, 'lie sooyo nc- enouu rem emmu 10 pny nun
H'ltlafy the amount cf principal snd Interest dun
npos said nolo, snd thfl taxes paid uson suld hits,
is, in anil mr sniu niurwairu, pn'viuou.
Jlnled Cairo, 111., July 14th, IHU'l. ,
as Treasurer and Mortvsuuo,
Ofoon s Gilbert, Attorneys. 714-Uwd.
Hy viMim of an rgarntton Issned out of tho
chirk s ollleo ol the chciilt cuiirt.uf Aleiandcrcomi.
Jy snd stHiu of Illinois, and to niu dlrrcied, wherti
by I am commanded lo maku thu amount of s eer
lain ImlKinetit recently obtained SKamai Walter H
i andur in favor of HcnJ.iuilii K I urils out of the
land, tenements, uooija and rliattuls of Iho said
Vsltiirsi. I.andur. I have K vleil on lbs fallowing
described property, to-wlt; All of suction e even
(11) In township nxte-ti (111) and In nume tivo (.'),
west of thn .'ird principal nirrdlsn, containing MO
Hires, l liu almvu iluscrliiud land lalylnu mid buljitf
siluut din thu county of Al xundur and statu of
Therefore, according to aald cnuima'iri, I shull
expose fur sain at public a-ictlon, all the r1hi,
lulu and Interest of Hie abovu named Waller .
Lander in and to Inn above deserlbud nropuny,
st II n'doek a. in , on Krlilay thumb day of AilKiiai,
lSKi, at thu weatorly door of thu court bousu, In
city of Cairo. Ills.
Dated at l.'utro, 111 , thld U dav of July. I'M.
Klierltr Alexander County.
gllKKIKK'S HAI.K. t
Hy virtno f nn execution issued nut of the
clerk's olll e ol the circuit curt of Alexander roun
tyiuid slate ol Illinois, and in me directed, -whereby
1 sin coinuiuiiiled to miik thu amount of a rup
taliijiidkoronl recently obtained aijainsi II V Wll
hotirn and William Wstfoner In favor of Frudoflno
Urosa, pinrilill', before H-o. it. Olinsicd, Esq., a
police uiiinlnralo, In and lor thu city of Cairo, a
transcript ol which has lieaju lul Hleii in tlio said
clerk's ulllce as re(iitrotl hv law out of the linds,
tenements, (,'nods mnl clial'ela of the, -aid ilunj.
K. Wl bourn nud William Waiiom r, I lisvu levied
on the following described property, tiewil: The
soutliea l of tlm southwest quurtur of sec
tion twenty two ('.!-). and also the West side of the
northwest of thu northeast quarter aud the north
east of (be northwest quarter of section twenty
seven c.'T). All the shove lauds are situated and
lyinplu tousblp lift veil (l.'O and in range two (ii,
west of lird I. M , In county of Alexander ami
statu ol Illinois.
Therefoie, according to said command, I shall
expose for sale at pub ic auction, all thu r elit, till
and Interest of the almvu named William n agouc.
in and to thu abovu deserlbud ro;ertv, at 11
o'clock a. m , on Friday the Hid of August, IHM, si
the westerly diMir of the court house, In Cairo, Ills.
D.ileu at Cairo, III., tins day of July. lss.).
Sheriff Alexander County.
Hv vlrluu of an execution Usued out of the
clerk'a office of the circuit e. tet of A exander coun
ty and statu of Illinois, and to m dlructed. wherein-I
sm commanded to uiaku the amount of sc -r-laui
Jii.Icno-nt recently obtained aainat Waller IS.
Lander and Snmii-I Lander tn fnvorof Benjamin
K. t urtla out of the laud", leiieuienia, goods snd
cha tela ol thu said Walter S. Lander aud Samuel
Lander, I have levied on the follow
llilf described property, to-wlt: All of
section i-lev. n (Hi, lii township sixteen
(IU) and In rani.'i! two cii, west of tlio 'ird prin
cipal meridian, aaul laud is lying and being sllna
ted in the county of Alexander ud state of Illinois.
Therefore, according to aald command, I shall
exi ou lor sale at puMic auction, all '' e rlejit.
title and Interest of thu above named Walter M.
Lander and hnmnel Lander, in and to the above
described property, at ll "'clock a. m , oo KrUlay
thu fib Cay of Ai.uust. I8a. st t'.e westerly door
of the court boiio. In city of Cairo, 111?
Hated at Cairo, 1. 1., this Uth day of July. IHs.t.
Suer ft Alexaimer County.
Hy virtue of a-i exerutloo ia-ued out of the
clerk's office of the cir uit court of Alexander
county and state of Ililnol., and to me directed,
wheretiy ! am commanded to maku fe amount of
a certain putt-mi nt recently oblali.ed a ralnst H. K.
Vlllbourn aun William Wagoner in f.ivi.r ot the
Alexander County Hank. pist.tirT, l elon- fi.-.i. K.
Olmsted, Ksq , a pollc-i mt-Istra'e In and for the
city of Cairo, s transcript of which baa been duly
filed in Ihe said clcrs's olllce as required by law.'l
have levied on Ihi fo! low u j d. scribed propcity,
to-wit: The southeast of the soulhwest quaro-r of
of section twenty two Ci.O. and aiso the west side
sf the northwest of 'be uortbvast quarter and ilie
northeast of 'he uoribwu-t quarter of section
twen'y seven (.' ). A 1 tbo abov la"ds are situa
ted tid lv;ii in township flfn-en (iv and in rnnKu
twofji, westof lrd H. M..ln the county of Alex
ander and state of Ill.nols.
Iburefore, according to said c 'intiiHid. I shall
expose for sale at public auc'lon. al the rlebt, title
and inter st of lb - abovu named Willimn Wazoner,
in and to the abovu de-enhwd property, al 11
o'clock a. in ., on Krlilay the vth day of Auirut,
iss't, at the -vester!y door of the court honse, in
MieritI Alexander Coun ly.
Swift's Specific h been the means of brinidnK
health and bappiio-ai to thousands who weru
proLouncud incurable of Wood snd Skin Diseases.
IHiAlt THE WITNESSES!
Saved from a Horrible Death.
t'pon to May last I had spent at least flva hun
dred dollars for tn atm-nt by many of the Ik-si
medical men, without anv hi netlt. suffered ex
cruciatingly, and all tuv best friends advised me
that thu icy band of death was last approaching.
I caught at S. H S, llku a drowning man at a
straw. Aflur tasmg two bottles 1 could feel a
chaugu for tlm better. The sorea began to dis
charge freelv and the hro-umatism to ahats. When
I had taken six bottles every sore had b sled and
my akio begin to assume a natural apps- ranee I
peislstcd until I had Ink-n twelve Lotties, lare
s'r.e. and THK HE IS NOT A S YMITOM OK TH K
IHMCASK liKM AlNIN(i, and I full ss well as I
ever d'd. I have gamed twentv-one pounds in
flesh, aud my friends wonder st my impiovvd con
dition. I have recommend, a ll to many, ani in
every Instance wit h comp'etu success. I bellevu
that S. 8, ts, has saved me from a horrible death.
f. J. SMILKl, eioncy. III.
I am sure that Swift's Specific saved tuy life. I
was terribly poisoned with Malaria, and waa gvon
up to die. Swift's Specific relieved me prompt ly
snd entirely. 1 tlilix It la the greatest remedy of
toe age. . Bi-'aeaa,
Hup . lias Works, Home, OS.
Write foracopyof thu Utile book Irea.
O 1 f(( BKW'ARf) wt'l be paid to any Oh- mist
l.W'lJ who will flrirl. on analysis of lu i bottles
h 8. S , one particle of mercury, Iodide potassium
or an i mineral subataucu.
TUB SWIFT specific: CO..
t lirawur a, Atlanta. Ja.
f t -vj. '..'jirr
A New and Complete lintel, fronting on Lev.o
Second aud IMtlroad Streets,
Tho Piissniiger Diiot ol the Chlf seo, St. Uiuls
iiwd .low Orleans: Illinois Ceutrnl; Wabash, St.
I.o'iis and Karl lit-; lion Mountain and Sotiihern,
Noblbiniid Ohio; ( alro and St. Louts Hallways
aro all Just across thu street! while tlm Steamboat
Landing Is hut one square distant,
Tills Hotel is hiiBted by steam,-has steam
Laundry, Jlvdrai.llo Klevalor, Kluctrlc Cull Bel .
Autiiniatlo Klro-Alarms, Maths, absolutely purs air.
perluct sewerage and complete appointments.
Snporb furnishings perfect servlcei snd ab nn
xci- led table. .1
la. l. PAHKKK !0. Iasie
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. It.
aSIiortest and Quictet Konte
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tlio On.lv laino JunuiiiL
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Dikkct Connkotion
I I'Aisa Llavs Caiso:
::0." H in. Moil,
rriv.ng In St. Louis S.45 a.m.; Clucsiio.H.aop m.:
I oiiiieeiliig at Odin and htllnghsm for Cinclu
nail, l.ouisvlilu, Indianapolis and points Ka.t.
11:1 i it. in. Ht. I .on in mill W'eaitorn
unvlng in Iru!s7:0Rp. m., snd connecttog
for all points West.
:1TjO p.m. l'uHt l-'.. prisii.
Kir St. Louis and Chicago, ai riving at Si. Louis
li : ii ia m., and Chicago 7 :-Ji a w
H fid p.m. CirK-ititiitti i':xpraH.
rn vii.t at ClucL natl T:i) a m.; Louisville 0:rA
u in.; Indlauapoiis tM a.m. I'ssaengers by
tl.is train reach the above polnta 1 a u ,'3tJ
HOI Its lii advance ol any other routs.
frThe8:fy) p. m. express has PULLMAN
. l.l El'INO CA It Cairo to Cincinnati, without
chants, and through sleepers lo ht Lools and
J-'a.-t Time l .;it.
I'ilVmMHrM'C ,hl l-otbrongb to East,
j ao.it.iihi.inerg points without any delay
caused by Suuday Intervening. Tb haturdav after
uono train frouj t alro arrives In new York Mondsy
uornuig at I0:.-tr. Thirty six hours Id advance of
n - other route,
IvyKor through tickets and further Information,
ipp.y at Illinois Cential liailroad l.'epot, Cairo.
J H. JONES, Tlrtet Agent.
A. II. HANSON. O.m I'srs. Agent. Chicago
H. K. TIMK ( AUD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS tENTltAI. It. H.
Tra ns Di part Trslns Arrive.
Hall : s m. ItMall M 1:00 a m.
tAccom ll:loa m Kiprss 1110 am.
'Kxprsss 3 .'0 p.m. Acsirni 4:15 p.m.
c.st. I. A N. o. it. it. (Jackson route).
Mall :4J a m. I Mail - ... 4:')p.M.
Express 10 a m. Kipress ... Hi:a0s m.
lAcc-.m : ryt p re. 1
sT. L. A c. K. it. (Narrow-gauge).
Lxpr-sa 1 nn in. I Express 1:15 a m.
hi Mail .. IO;Ka m. Kx. A Mall. .4:10 u to.
.li: ftp in. Accoin
S:'J0 p m.
ST. L. & I. M. II. H.
10::m p. in
I -Express .8:50 p.m.
A 1' K. K.
I Mall it Ex.. 9 jrip m.
Acc.m 10-0 a.m.
Kreltht 6 tl p.m.
W., ST. L
Vail. Ex Vi0e.ro
Accchii 4:oi p.m
Kre'ght 1 :V a m
M'iWLK A OHIO K. It.
Mall S:.V) a m. Mail :10p.m.
Haily except suoi'sy. t I'allr.
AKKIVAL A NO
S p. n
9 p. m.
B p. m.
0 p. m.
li. m .
4 p. m.
S s. m.
.11 Ml) a m
ft p. in.
I. C. It. K.(ihrough lixk mail)
" (way mall'
" (Southern Ulv
Iron Mountain K. It
Wsl ash It . K lo p. m
Texas & St. Louis It It 7 p. m
St. Louis A C.lro H. It ! p. m
Ohio Klver ....'i p. m
M:ss l iver arrives Wed .Sat. A Mod.
' departs Wed., Krl
P O. gen. del. op D from
P.O. box del. o; en from.....
Su or! a a get. :e'.. o;en from.
Sunilais hex del. open from.
gay-MIT K.-Chsngia will
.7 :jo sm to 7:30 pm
,.s s. m. to 9 p. m.
sa. m. to 10s. m.
li s. in to lo:lo am
he published from
time Pi time In city papers. ( hange your cards ae-
w.M. n . Muitrux,
, P. M.
'AIKO BAPTIST Corner Tenth and Poplar
K.J streets; preachltig every Stindsy mo nlngand
b ibt at usual hours. Prayer tneui ug Wednvi
Cay night ; Sunday school, v.'lil a n.
Itev. A. W. J etiAUA, Pastor.
'Illhtli OK THK KEORKMKK-iEplscopsI
17 Fourteenth street; Sunday t:rsJs m., Uoly
Cou.munlon lU:.lua. m.. Morning Prayers II a. ni.
Sunday school 8 p. m., Kvrnlng Prsyerl 7:KU p.m
F. P I'avt-iipori, S . T. II. Hector.
IMHST MISSIONARV BAPTIST CHl'KCH.
V 't srl.lng ai lO iio s. n.., 3 p. m., and 7:80 p. m.
,abbnth s bool St 7 Wl p. m Re. T. J. Stores,
. a or
f L"l IIKKAN-Tblricenth struct; servltci Ssb
I j ba'h 1 :3i s. m. ; undy school 2 p m. Iter,
vnsl pe, past jr
METHODIST Cor. Elgbtb sad Walnut streets,
Pleaching HsMiBth 11:00 i.m. nd7:W p.m.
-itidav f-oiooi at t:'Si p m. Key J. A. Scarretl,
p s r
I j ItKMlYTI-KIAN Eighth street; preacnlng on
1 Sabba'h at 11:00 a. n.. and 7:80 p. ra.; prayer
iir. tlm- Weduesdar at 7:tp. m.; Suudsy rkbeol
il3ji.ni. P.ev B. V. Ueorw, pastor.
"'1 . .losKPIl H--iKoiiibu Csthollc) Comer Cross
and Walnut streets; services Hahhatn 10:80a.
u.; Siini'ay 1-chool at p. m. ; Vespers 8 p. m.; s.r
ores every dny at B a ra. Itiiv. O'Uars, Priest.
OT. I'ATItK'K'SHltoman Catholic) Corner Ninth
vi sir-ei and Washington avenue; services Sab
v' f and 10 a. in. ; Vesper 3 p.m.; Snndsy School
I p. m. services evury day st b a m. Itv. Mastoiieri
Ot KICIAL D1UKCT0HV.
enyor - 'I b"inss. W. lln lic'ay.
Vre isnrer- Cnsil-s K. Nellis,
i.'li rk - loniiis. J. Foley.
''oi,nselor--W m. li. Gilbert.
Marshal L. H. Meyers,
tiorney- William Hendricks.
SOAHO or ALUSKSSS
first Ward--Win. Mcllale, Harry Walk'-r.
?e. ouil Ward- .lesae llilikle,!'. N, Hughes,
ll.lrd Ward-II. K. lililke, Kg ert Smith.
I'oiir-.h Ward-Charles O. Pallor, Adolph 8wo
s'if'h WsrdCi as, I aricastsr, Henry Hont.
Circuit Judgii J). J. linker.
Circuit Clerk A. H. Irvln.
County Judge-J. II. Itoblnson.
Conniy Clerk S.J. llumiii.
County Trua-iirer Miles W. Parker,
Sheriff John Hodges.
Coroner K. Kltsgeralrt ,
County Commlssloners-T. W. llalllday, J. u.
Miilcnhey and Peter Saun .
J it in J
a . . a.s Mt4llthPlVl1r
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS.
Bold by all nardwara anfl
Sum ron Ctnem.ana. Manufactured only by
ftchenek'a AflJntbU Flra Baclt Co.,
ta Pemrbonx Street, Chicago.