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1200 A YEAEte
CAN HE SAVED
IN THE LIVrXH EXPENSES
OF TJIE FAMILY
by the use of lit i Mahnih, The Humlston Food
Prcservstlve. It nroserv s Meat, Fish, Milk,
Cream. Kgtrs. and all kinds of Animal Food f-esb.
and sweet fur weeks, even Id thu hottest weather.
This ce bn proved by Iho testimonials of hun
dred who have lrl"d It. Yon can prove it for your
aelfforMceii't.' You will find thnt thia ! an arti
cle which will save you a great deal of money..
No Ppoilod Meat.
No Stale Kggs.
It will keep them fresh ai d sweet for raanv daya
and floes not Impart Cm slightest fovlcn Ust to
the auWes hvh'hii. It Is so simple In operation
that a child can follow i be direct oua, Is aa harm
leec an pa t and cot onlv a fraction of a cent to a
pound ol meal, fish, butier or chuese or to a quart
of milk. This I no lintnhui'; It Is endorsed by
ench men as Prof, Sam'i W. Johnson of Vale Col
lege, rold by ruggists and grocers, bample
pound' sent pie-paid by mail or express (aa we
prefer) i n receipt of price. Name your express
offlco. Yiandine brand for meat; ocean Wave for
flub and se-rtd; Snow Flai-e for milk, bntterand
cheese; Antl Ferment. Anti-Fly and Autl-Mold. 50c
per ll. i-ai-h. Pearl for cream ; Queen lor eggs,
and Aq'ia Vide for fl 'Id extrarta, I' per lb. each.
THE llU.ulSTuN F(H)0 I'RlCSKHVlNG CO.,
72 Kilbr St , Boston, Maes.
For tale by 720 ddwlm
From these source arise tbree-fonrths of
the diseases of the human nice. These
symptoms indicate their existence : loss of
Appetite, JUowela costive, (tick Head
ache, fnilneaa after eating, averaion to
eiertlon of body or wind, Eructation
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
piriU, A feeling of having neglected
enme duty, IHxzlaeaa, flattering at the
Heart, Dots before the eyee, highly col
ored Crliie, CONSTIPATION, and de
mand the use of a remedy that acta directly
ontheLiver. AsaLJver medicine TCTT'S
PI t,LS have no equal. Their action on tlio
Kidneys and skin Is also prompt; removing
all Impurities through these tnree " (car
engera of the system," producing appe
tile, sound digestion, regular stoola, a clenr
skin and a vigorous body. TTJTT'B PILLS
cause no nausea or griping nor Interfere
with dally work and aro a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
HE FEELS LIKE A NEW MAS.
"I have had Dyspepsia, with Constipa
tion, two years, and have tried ten different
kinds of pUls, and TCTT'S are the first
that have done me any good. They have
cleaned me out nicely. My appetite la
splendid, food digests readily, and I now
have natural pawsajjes. 1 foci like a liew
man." V 1). EDWARDS, Palmyra, 0.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Grat Hair or Whiskers changed In
stantly to a Oixjsst Black by a single ap.
plication of this Dye. bold by Druggist,
or sent by express on receipt of 91.
Offlco, 44 Murray 8trect, New York
TIH'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREt.
A SPECIFIC FOR
CONVULSIONS, FALUNG SICKNESS, .
ST. VITUS DaNGE, ALCH0H0L1SM,
OPIUM EATING, SYPMLUS, '
SCROFULA, KINGS EVIL.
UGLY BLOOD DISEASES, DYSPEPSIA,
NERVOUSNESS, SICK HEADACHE,
RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS WEAKNESS,
BR&1N WORRY, BLOOD SORES,
KIDNEY TROUBLES AND IRREGULARITIES.
ERT$1.50 per bottle.W3
" For testimonials and circulars send stamp.
The Dr.S. A. Richmond Med. Co., Props.,
Ct. TeooyJi, XCe. (11)
Correspondence freely answered by I'hyslcuuia,
Hold by all Druggist..
Cream IJal in
ha' gained an enviable
'rivri-V c.?. fH
H COtO '
r - illation wherever
known, displacing all
i therpr paratlons, Au
artx.e of undoubted
I NOT A
LIO.V1D R SNUFF.
Annlv by tl.e flnirer
. Into the nostrils. It
will bo absorbed, effectually cleansing the usual
peasants of cathsrrhal virus musing; healthy se
cretions. It allays li (Wininatlon, prcle'is the
n ei.brannl l. luti" of Ih.j h, ail irorn addl lonsl
colds, completely heals the res and restoro the
acr.su of taste and srnell, llem ti u results are
reallxed by a few appllrailima.
K Til O MUL'U U T ItKATM K nT W 1 1.1. f if 11 R .
Unequaled lor Cold In I he Head, Headache slid
Deafness, or any k'nd ol mucous niemiiiaual Irrita
tion, hend fur circular. Hy mall, prepaid U) c.
a packant stamps received, hold by all whole
sale mil retail riMiirgists.
KLY'BC'ltKAM HALM ('O..Uwcgo, N. Y.
A Bov' Ecibo:dt.
A boy 7 or H yoan iM wm iiiissing
tihng Kiizubi'tli ulrct-t yi'sicniuy with a
iiiniu in mi iino;iTi, when mnniier boy
accosli'il liim with:
"Wliat v going to biiyP"
"To kocp iiiollm Hwity."
"Say," thu nimkiikI boy us h
caniu nearer, "I'll t'll vou what I'll do.
If you'll Mcn l livuouis o' tlmt forenn
dy I'll lua you my thijr nil umi duv to
htmt down thu tuotht, uml if ho don't
catch 'm all I'll loud yun th0 bostcst
ratrti up In this cilyl Vo.i can just as
wdl savu Hto couts us iMt."
0KF1CH: NO. 7a OHIO LEVEE.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALKXANDKR OOUNTT.
aSTKKKD AT TOE CAIRO rOBTOFPICK Foil
THAN8MISHION fUROUOH TDK HAILS AT
BKCONI) CLASS RATES.
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Dally, one mouth 1 0i)
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Weekly, one year 4 or
Weekly, t months 1 00
Published every Monday noon.
' pr-Clubs of Ave or more tor Weekly Bulletin at
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prepaid. . .
INViRIABLT IN AUV4NCK.
1 AU Commnnlcatious should be addressed to
Publisher And Proprietor.
WIT AND HUMOR.
"Poor man!" said Mrs. Partington,
"and so he's really pono at last! Nino-ty-eifjbt,
was he? Dear, dear, to think
how if he'd lived two years more he'd
. liave boon a centurion!"
! i;An amateur poetess anxiously wails:
"O, where canitind rest?" Getaposi.
tion assaleswuuiau iu a store that doesn't
advertise, darling. A'. F. Commcrcird
A New York doctor knows of a hus
band who kissed his wife on the ear and
mado he, deaf. She would not have
been deaf if ho had kissed somu otliet
man's wife, and it had come to her ears.
-Detroit Free Press.
A correspondent writes from a Swiss
town, "I wm much amused on looking
over a visitor's bonk nt the inn to lind
that under the heading 'Occupation,
two German cirls had written, 'Looking
for a husband.' " ,
rDr. Julian, a servant, says there is
not a modern building which will bo in
existence 1,000 years hence. There's
always sonic old gnniH rising up to say
something to keep folks awake at uiglit
nnd make them miserable.
.The medicine chest of one of tho
abandoned Arctic whalers was broken
open by some of the natives, who, think
ing tliev had found a prize, proceeded
to swullow the contents of all tho bot
tles. The result was disastrous.
Tho Tombstone Epitaph, of Arizona,
tells of a dear littlo boy who, when told
upon the linst dav nt school that the first
letter in the alphabet was called "A."
said to the schoolma'm, "How in h do
I will explain that whenever I want a
thing, and Mrs. MeWilliams wants an
other thing, and we decide upon the
thing that Mrs, MeWilliams wants as
we always do she calls that a com
promise. Mark Twain.
The movement in the East to abolish
the vest ha petered out. When a man
takes oil' his coat at a Sunday-school
pit'nic to ladle out the ice cream bo
wants something between tho public and
the knots in his suspenders. Dttroit
A Now York wan was so enraptured
With a lady at a fancy ball that he olVcr
ed her $100 to unmask. She accepted
the money, saying, "Now your wife can
pay ,tbe servant girl's bark wie." It
wiw:.his mother-in-law. PhiUvldjikiu
Woman who has been looking over
blankets in a Main street store: "Well,
I didn't mean to buy. Am just look
ing for a friend."" Clerk, politely:
"Don't think you'll timl your friend
among the blankets. We've looked 'em
What trouble there would be if ani
mals could talk. Imagino a Spring
chicken in a market house saying to a
giddy old. maid: "Oil, you needn't trv
to act so younir; I knew you when I
was first hatched, and you were a mere
baby then." J'lulniklphia Sews.
Tho poet Bowles was in thn nhbit of
daily ridiug through a country turn
pike gate, and one day he presented as
usual his two-pence to the gate-keeper.
"What is that for, sir?" he asked, "l-'or
my horse, of course." "Hut, sir, vou
have no horse." "Dear me!" exclaim
ed the. astonished poet, "am 1 walk-
A gentleman, young in years, but well
grown fur his age, was asked at a store
yesterday if hehad any "confusions"
on hand,, , He was unable to glean what
the blushing damsel desired, nnd, re
tiring, permitted the proprietor', daugh
ter to attend to the customer. She
speedily ascertained that the young lady
wanted a "btwtle,"and sold her u couple.
Thc'Jtyittar Science Monthly has di
rections "How to act in a tornado," but
fails lo tell a man just how to comport
himself in case ho should hurriedly pass
a lady friend about 2,000 feet in the air,
both on tho top wave of a cvclono.
Would it be proper to doff tho hat, or
would tho cyclone care for that littlo
courtesy P Hartford Post.
Iiittjo Sam Wrinklcr, on visiting a
neighlwring family lust Sunday, was ad
dressed by tho lady of thehouse. "What
can I do for you my littlo man?" sho
asked. "I donuo," said Sam, "Mamma,
told roe not to ask for, cake or pin, as I
did last time, and I'm sorter at a loss U
know what to ask for, for I don't know
what else you've got in your pantry,
anyhow, but I can put up with most
anything that's handy. Sweet.
Old gentleman in a beer-garden near
the railroad depot, waiting for his wife
to arrive on the next train, complaining
to himself-"Hcre I have already drunk
six glasses of Pilsoner, and (looking at
his watch) the train will not bo here for
one hour to come. This will compel
mo to drink six more glasses. It's ter
rible. What an expensive, wife 1 have
"I wish I had a drink," remarked
Mrs. J ogsr, .-but I don't like to go ovor
there to the fountain, there are so many
men there." "You've just as good u
right as thoy have," .aid Fogg; "don't
you seo the motto, 'for man and beast?'
Conio along." "Oh! it is vorv well for
yoiitflfty!ome along," replied Mm.
r., "butVou know I'm not a man."
On Sunday evening Hooey arose with
an air of great Importance and said:
"Rrodron, my Ux' will be found in do
twenty-fort chanter ob M allium, an' do
forty-fort verse' Here he broko down
completely, looked around with an air
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN :
of bewilderment, and limit, pointing
eagerly and excitedly to one of his air
die nee, shouted aloud: "Here, you
George Washington Youngs, you'll jest
hev ter preach dis evonin . I've dona
gone forgot my tcx"
Tho latest "American" story going
tho rounds of tho European press is thai
of a traveler of that nationality who
found it necessary to excuse his inabili
ty to join in the hilarity of other travel
ers because of his poverty. "Gentle
men" said he, "I know 1 am more or
less of a saturated blanket on this party;
but tho fact is I am a very poor man
steeped to tho lips, 1 may say, in im
peeuniosity. When I tell you, in strict
confidence, that this is my weddiii"
tour, and 1 have been compelled to leave
my wife at home, you can form au idea
of the narrowest of my resources."
Some years ago a somewhat curious
circumstance took place iu Meigle Par
ish Church. The prosecutor, after pro
claiming the banns of matrimony be
tween a young couple, concluded by sav
ing: "If there be nnv objections" they
cau now be stated.'1 A fashionable
youth, an old admirer of tho intended
bride, noticing the eyes of a portion of
the congregation lixed upon him, rose
up and exclaimed: "I have no objec
tions for my own part!" to the astonish
ment of all about him, and resumed his
seat as if he had done a mere formal
piece of business.
"hvpnax semis the lollowinir: "I was
much amused in reading in a mornin;
paper an account, bv aTailv, of an art
1st famed for his interiors. Goinolf in
n Partingtonian rapture she exclaimed,
His insKlcs are perfectly beautiful.
And 1 thought I could match it by an
IiK'iilcnl that occurred shortly after. As
I did my marketing, a stout female had
purchased a large roasting piece ofbeef,
which the butcher carefully trimmed of
u portion of its tlank and bones, and
turning to his boy ho sani; out. 'Hero
John, take Mrs. McDonald's bones and
do them up in a paper.' " Jfastun
That man was a conscientious Chris
tian who recently died iu Siuiiervilie,
and concerning whom this story is told:
He had married the second time, and
his wife, a loving t and kind-hearted
woman, was greatly disturbed at his ap
proaching dissolution. "I believe there
is no chance of my recovery," he said.
She shook her bead and burst into tears.
"The doctor says no, but there is one
consolation --you're prepared John."
"Yes, I'm quite prepared." "Then
we'll meet in heaven," she said. "Yes,
I hope so; but, as I was married before,
we can only meet as friends," This is
rather hard on the poo widow if sho
doesn't happen to get married again.
Another Account of the Custer Massacre.
Since Gen. Custer and his command
of 300 were massacred by tho braves of
Sitting Bull, two or three accounts have
been given, each of which purported lo
be a correct history of the tight. The
St. Paul Pioneer Pnss publishes an in
terview between a correspondent at
Standing Rock Agency and ihe wife of
Tatatukahegleski, or Spotted Horn Bull.
Tl.l . ' : . .. . ,
mm om;ui is ;i nisi cousin Ol OlUlIlg
Bull, and the story is vouched for as be
ing a true account of the battle. After
describing the advance and retreat of
Maj. Reno whom she declared to bo
either drunk or crazv, and bis men
thoroughly panic-stricken the woman
stated that the retreat and its consequent
slaughter was scarcely ended when tho
blare of I ustcr s trumpets told the
Sioux of his approach; but they wero
prepared for him. The men quietly
crossed the, river, aud hundreds gallop
ed to his rear out of range at first, but
soon hemming him in constantly nar
rowing circles. The woman mounted
her pony and rode behind her camp,
where she could get a good .view of tho
hills beyond. She saw tho troops couio
up and dismount. Each fourth man
seized the bridles of three horses besides
his own. The rest deployed and ad
vanced on tho run toward Ibo river.
She saw the terrible cfl'ect of Iho with
ering lire which greeted the approach
from the willows on the Indian's side of
the stream, and laughed as she said:
"Our people, boys and all, had plenty
of guns and ammunition to kill the new
soldiers. Those who had run away left
them behind." Slowly trotting north
along the outskirts of tho encampment,
she noted tho Indians who had crossed,
getting closer to the troops. She watch
ed the latter those who wero left of
them retreat to their horses and mount.
She heard the yells of her kindred and
the MiouU of the whites; but soon, as
the former grew plentier and the latter
fewer, she could distinguish little Bave
here and there an animated cluster of
men and horses.
Slowly her pony jogged down the
stream. When she readied the Minno
eonjo camp, on thoextremo left, not an
hour's ride, she said not ono wbito sol
dier was visible out ho tichi. Of horses
there were plenty: these the Indians
pared. The Custer men wero soon
stripped and the Indians knew they had
KiJieu mo long-haired chief, by his buck
skin coat trimmed with hi
they found upon him. Tho Sioux lost
uuny aiueu anu more than twico a
many wouudml, tha Indians number '
ng 0,000 in all. , i
The stage has a function to perform
which ! not moral instruction but which
is, nevertheless, praiseworthy and bone
facial in the toain. It hai iu good fea
tures, and it has iu b.nl ones, just as
the publlu press and tho pulpit have
their sensational elements, hnd nil
branches of business have their phases
of sellishness nnd dishonesty. The fact
that tho level of purity In tlio theater Is
higher than In tho standard English lit
eraturo which comprises Its expurgated
dranms, should be set down to ihs credit.
But it should not bo ulc wd to the p!
sition of a moral instructor which itc'tn
uot fulfill. Nor should tho iicknowl
edged fact that it has suiiHittlonal and
meretricious developments lead to Iu
wholesale condemnation, anymore than
wo wipe the pulpit tiud tho press out of
existence for the sumo reason. This is
the view which tho common sense ()f
the general public has long adopted In
its practice and which, if the clergy and
actors could poruolvo It, might save thtuu
President Arthur Is said to be getting
jald, All treat llsherrnou Sonnet
.airr ioso meir niur. lie should
"bat he has In a not.
FRIDAY MORNING, JULY
CHEAP EXCURSION RATES tVEHY DAY VVH
INU TUK BL'MMKK TO SANTA FE, NEW
Sunts Fe, New Mexico, is the oldest city
iu the United States. It has resetted thu
cud oCitsfimt third of a thousand years-
its tcrlio-miiJcniHl period. 1 lie Tertio-M 11
lciinial Celebration and Mining and Indus
trial Exposition, which will be inaugurated
there en the 2d of July and close on the !id
nt August, will be sn event of grout histo
rioul hs well us pructicsl import mice to thu
couutry at large. It is intended to com
memorate the three hundred aud thirty
third anniversary (if the Spanish settlement
of the place.
Which will constitute the practical part of
thu celebration, will be u epitome of the,
mineral, agricultural, horticultural, stuck
slid general indiibtriul resources ami capa
bilities of the Teiritory. Those, therefore,
who sre Interested in cither mining, acri
cultuie or stock-raising will bave a good op
portunity to visit New Mexico this season,
is the low lare will bo a great inducement
to nisko the trip. The development of the
mints of this vast region has but begun,
yet in the past year tho proportionate in
crottse in thu output of ore was greater than
in any other State 01 Territory. New Mex
ico's showing at the mining exposition held
at Denver last season showed, more clearly
than anything else, the vnstnefs of its min
It lifts been the general belief heretofore
that agricultuie in New Mexico would not
pa. This is an unfortunate error. At th&
exposition will be teen mmples of all sorts
of fruits and field products which vie With
those of prolific Kansas. With irrigation
tho soil of the Territory can bo mudo to
yield immensely, and there is no pursuit
more remunerative than that of fanning.
Agrieultursl products, of all kinds, bring
high prices upon a ready maiket, 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 surpassed. Her
valleys and mesas stird fine grazing
grounds for couutless herds. Ai the cele
bration st Santa Fe will be the means of
drawing a larger number of people into the
Territory tlmn usual, owing to the cheap
fsre, an opportunity will be offered those
who may be interested in stock-raising
Besides the practical, the Tertio-Millcnial
will embrsce many features the most novel
and romantic. For instance, three days
the 18th, 10th, and 20th of July will be
devoted to the presentation of hist'iric
scenes. These will represent the neriod
which has transpired since the settlement
of the city, each day to represent a century
ot history and progress. The three civili
zations will also be represented that
which existed at the time of the coining of
the conquerors, that which the Spaniards
brought with them and that which followed
the American occupation of 184(1. These
represenUtions will be illustrated by caval
cade 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 ayd
interesting exhibitions ever witucsed in
this country. There will, in addition, bo
various Ind'mnames, races and dances by
me i uuolos, descendants of the ancient in
habitant of the Territory; ambuscade and
i-lotiu lights by tho Zunis, with exhibitions
(f their peculiar litis and cert -monies, one
id which will be a primitive dance repre
senting the gods ami heroes of their folk
lore mythology; nutive Mexican games,
dances nnd juggling; nriginal Aztec dunces,
iu which both Mexicans and Indians will
take pari; various Mexican sports and the
grand fandango; war and other peculiar
denies by the Megcalero and
Jicarilla Apaches; exhibitions by Mexican
vncfpueros in throwing tho luriat;
a mounted tournament, iu cos
tumes of three centuries ago;
the Sui Domingo and Sandia leasts, and
other peculiar and inteiesting ceremonies
which would take much spuco and time to
UOl'M) Till p $40.
'I lie r ite for the round trip from Kansas
City and Atchison, including Mop-oil" both
) "t.the Las Vegas Hot Springs, is only
f dO, while the lare I mm all eastern poin's
is comparatively low. The Las Vegas Hot
Springs are among the most celebrated in
the world, and a cool and comfortable re
sort lor the hot si HS'in. There is every in
duceinent to go to New Mexico this sum
rner nnd it will be taken advuntsgo of by
thousands who will improve this opportun
ity to study, under the best possible con
unions, tho resources of the Territory and
investments, and also to enjoy for the time
the moht quaint and romatic spot in all our
country. It is an opportunity to see the
Southwest the coming country which
ought not to be lost by any who have any
ambition to avail themselves of trie un
Kjuallcd ad vantages thero offered for en
gaging in mining, agriculture, fruit grow
ing, stock raising, or merchandise. These
low rate tickets over tho Atchison, Topeka
& Suuta Fe road are now on sale at Cairo
and all principal ticket offices, good to re
turn till August !31st. (I27-1M
'"Menu sarin In corporu sano:" "A sound
mind iu sound body" is the trade murk of
Allen's Brain Food, and we assure our read
cr that, if dissatisfied with cither weak,
ness of Drain or Bodily powers, tin remedy
will permanently strengthen both. 1 At
Where .John 8iroat anil Surah Sprout, his w,f
did by their sale niorlKHun. hearlnir date Jiitiuary
KM, IsTH, hd recoidud In think In of Heeds, in IU
recordut's offlco of Aleiamler county, Illinois
rnnvoy and murtuuilfl lo ihu tinders Ignoil the fol'
lowlnjf described real est ui, situated in the conn,
ly of Alexsnderanrtcllyof I'nlro, Illinois, lo wlu
Lots liumberud twelve (VJ), thlrl. eii (IH), foiirieen
(11) and flfteen (15), In block nuii.hei'ed three on.
Initio Flret Addition to (lie city f cRr (;.
said, to secure thu t'aynteiii ,-rtaln t toinls.
mi y nolo MXiiciiUid bv the said John Mirosl, In
ssid ss'.e mo mKU fully described i and whereas
d fault biiabenn MiriIu III Hie tinvmeiit of said note
nd thu laxo due titinn said I ts, and said Hole
remain mnetlier with s. taxes, lonK since mst
due and iliinald bV said Pumal, Now, therefore,
on Application r t he hk-al holdi mf siilil note uml
under andbyvlrtau ol the rieial provisions and
power of salu Is said salu nirl(iiu.n, I Iho under
sluiitd will on
MONDAY, Jt'LY TlllHTIKTIl, ihh.'I.
I Iho door ol the court-house, In snlil county ol
Alenander, clly of L'alrn and slam or Illinois, at
the hour or II o'clock p. in, of s-lil day, olT. r for
sale and sell at public anil Ion to the blithest bidder
lor tu, the ahovu d fritted real estate in pay nnd
satisfy lb amount nf principal aud Interest due
upon said note, and lb taxes paid usnu said lot,
Is, In and by said morliiaiie, provided.
Dated Calm, III., July Hth, lw:i,
WALT EH HVSt.OI'.
s Treasurer and MorWaues,
(liuou AUiinirt, Attorneys, 71 i-uwu .
y virtue Of an ere.-llll.m Lamiri nut i.t Ihn
clurk orlleo of the clicnlt court of Aleiaudercomi.
. . u .one oi Illinois, and to mu dlreclod. where-
. , ron""""l to make thu amount or a cer
win JmlKmont recently obtained auaumt Walter 8
anuur in raver of Uenjumln K i.urtls out or the
lands, tunemonls, eooda and chattel of the said
waiter H. Lander. 1 havo levied on the following
nv i . C"'l;riJ, lll-Wll! All Ol Section StTOIl
(11). Iu townahln sixteen dm ami l, r.,,,... i .,
west of the aril principal nierdlan. containing tun
acres, thy abovadusejlodd bind Islylii;; nnd bollix
no i " U"' C0HU,y ot Akxaudur aud statu of
Therefore, according to said command, I shall
lou for sale at pulillo auction, all the riant,
ills and Interest of tho nhove UHmed Walter 8.
Laii'ler Iu and to the ahovu described properly,
law .7 "! ' i"1 Fr,,l8y ,,,0,,,h r AukusV,
cl.y .uV(tairo"ili;: ' ' l"U C0Url Um" ,u
Dated at Cairo, 111., this l2lh day of July, 183.
Sheriff Alexander County.
I-I,.rb' ,.m --vvmhwu inruiMI dutut WIS
or v ruin ai t,n .mnii . -.
ii... I 7 7 I "art or Alexander conn-
...,.. ,, imnotB, ami to me directed, -vhero-by
1 am coiiim.nded to make thu amount Ur acer
alnjudirineiit recently obtained against It V Wil-
nr lUod o, fv""f Tdolln
truss, plantltl, before Ueo. E. Olmsted, Esq.,
police niuijlHtrnte, in and hir Iho city of Cairo, a
clerk s olllce us reoinred bv lawouti.f tUUn,.
tenements, l'oikIh und chHt'el. i,r in,, .i,i ii..,.i
K. Wl bourn and William w, ,,.. v,.,
on the following described property, to-wll: The
southea't of thu southwest Quarter nt ,r.
llou tweuty two (W), and alio the west side of ihe
UorthWest of tile northea.L mmr!.,. ih...,il,.
east of the northwest quarter of section twenty
seven (iWl. All tin, U.,,1. . i, ....., .. ..
I) mi! Iu township Ufieeu (15) and In rang two ( i),
11, " ill lu C0UM r Alexander aud
stale ol Illinois.
therefore, accordlnir to aaiil mmm.ml l.n.n
expose for sale at puh.lc auction, all thu r ubt, title
and Interest of Ihu ahiivu tinnier! Willi. m VC. .,.
iu and to the ahovu described property, at ll'
o clock a. m , ou Friday the Vih of Auust. ISK), at
tbe westerly door of the court house, In Cairo, Ills.
.'.iu mi voiro, in., tins r.'tii aay or July, 1SKJ.
HherlfT Aleiauder County.
llv virtue of an ereriitlnn tant nut .,f
clerk a uirkeof Hie circuit comt of A.oxauder couu
ty and statu of Illinois, and to mu directed, where
tiy lam commanded to maku the amount of a c -r-lain
JudiMiieiit rorently obialned avainst alter 8.
.aiiuur aim oajnu.-i Laniiwr In favor or Ileiijamlo
P. Curtis out or the lauds, teui mem, good aud
cha tela ol the said Walter 8. Lander aud hamuel
Lander, 1 have levied on the roll,,.
liiL' described nronuitv. in wit- All . ,.r
set (Ion eleven (III, in township sixteen
(in) and In rani;o two ( Ji, west of the :ird prin
cipal merldlnn, said land i-lyini; and being sltiia
teii in thecouuiy or Alexander aud slate of Illinois.
luen iore, accenting lo said coinmand. 1 shall
fxiose tor sale at jul lin auction, all :. right,
title aud Interest of the ahovu name,! Waller H
Lander aud hamuel l.mnl.-r. In anil in ,1, .!,.
described properly, al 11 ..'clock a. m , on Friday
thrflih Cay of A. gust, IsM, at fjo estut ly door
of the court linue. In city of Cairo, Ill
uaiuu ai iyiro, 1,1 ,itns rth day or.nrv. 13
Hher.ff Alexsn'ier 'ouiity.
llv virtue of au execution Issued out. of the
clerk's office of the clr. uit couri of Alexander
county and Xa'.e of Illinois, and to ine dliecp d.
whereby 1 am rominanded to make t'ie a-nrnintof
a certain Judgim nt recently obtained a ratust B. K.
v tlbourti sua William Wagoner lu iwvr of Cie
Alexander County Ilmik, pianliff, tefyra (ieo. K.
Oimsiud, Ksq , a police m b'trtt'e In and for the
cltycf Cairo, atunscrlpt of which bus been duly
uu-.i iii me rAiiiL-iera s oilier as requires ny law, i
n ve levied on tli fo'luw 1 1 g d-cribed propcitv
u-ii; i ne aoaineasi ot tne soU hWi-st quarter of
or section twenty-two :. and a so the west side
af Ihe uoithvuwlLf ihu northeast quarter and the
northeast of 'bs uorthwe-t quarter of section
iweuiy-seven i ). a I the bov laed aro silua
ted nil lying in township rllteeu (Id) and In ranko
iwinij. west cum r. in thu couuty of Alx
anderand state of Illinois.
Tbcrerore, nccordlng to said corumaud, I (hall
expose for sale atpuhllr aucOon. all the rli;ht. tl'le
aud Inter, si oflh- above named Willlaia Wagoner,
in auo to wie atiove uu-.rirn property, at 11
o cm,- a. m.. on Friday the '.ith day of August,
icvw, anne -.vesu riy ionr or tne court house, in
lairo, i no.
rherliT Alexander Coua tv
Swift's Specific has lieen Ihe means of bringing
heatlh and happtnesi to thousands who were
pronounced Incurable of Hiood and Sklu Diseases.
IIKAR THE WITNESSES!
Saved from a Horrible Death.
I'tion to Mav last 1 hart snent at 1,-naf !.. him.
dred dollars for triaiiu ni bv muuv of tbe best
medical men, without auv beneilt. 1 snflerrd ex
cruciatingly, and ill tnv best friends advised mo
that the Icy bana nf death was fast appr achliif .
I caught at 8. 8 H. like a drowning man at a
straw. After tanig two liottlus I could feel a
chanvo for the beoer. The sores began to dis
cha'ge free and the Klcuinatlsm to alat. Whi n
I had lakeu Six bottles every sore had h alert and
my skin begm to auuir a tialurul apprentice J
persisted nnlil I had taken twelve hollies, larue
'. and Til KUE IH Not A HYMPToM OKTIIE
DIM.AMK KK.MAININO, and 1 full as well as I
everdll. I have vauieil Iwnlitvunu nonnrla In
flesh, and my friends woii'Ur at my imp ovud con
dition. I havo recommended it to many, and In
every Instance with oomplotn success. I believe
thai H, 8. 8. Las saved mi from a horrible death,
li. II. SM1LKY, Qiuncy, 111.
I am sure that Hwlft's Hprrlflc saved my life. I
was lerrlbly poisoned wllh Malaria, and was given
up lo die, Swift's Speclilc ruIU-ved mu promptly
and entirely. I think It is the greatest remedy of
the agu. C. O. Sl'-NCKR.
up . ua works, Home, u.
Wrilu for a copy nf thehltl book freo.
O 1 ((U RKWARD will bo paid In anv Chemist
ftl,innt who will (led. on analysis nl lu bottles
h H. 8 , one particle of mercury, iodide potassluai
or any mineral siihslaucu.
TUB SWIFT SPECIFIC CO..
1 Drawer S.Atlsnta, 0.
J,1f.."-JTI iT l(.'... '.'W'TI
NeW and t.'tiiiirii,i(i Itntid. froiilltlg nu l.evei
Second nnd Railroad Streets,
I he Pnsncngor Depot ol tho Cblcnco, Ht. Louis
sud .ew Orleans: Illinois Cuntrali Wabash, Hi,
Louis and Paelilci lion Motitilaln and Honlbiirn,
Wiihiluuud Ohio! CHro anil Si. Louis Railway
are all Jusl across Ihn sltnel: while III Steamboat
Landing Is but one siiiisrn distant.
, This Hotel Is henl'Ml by slnnm, has steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Klevalor, Klectrlc Call Dolls,
AiiioimkHc Klre-Alarms. Hath, absolutely pure ulr
ierlii trwcrage arid uimnlftta Appointments, " '
Snnorb futuishlnii; psifeuk.irarvlc) nd an nn
li 1. I'AIiKlCK Ac C 'Xsimssm"
LLINOI8 CENTRAL K. R
i rm i j.i
Shortest aud Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tlio Onlv Line J tunning
O DAILY TRAIN8
Making Dikkot Connkotion
I'luiNS Lsjivs Cairo:
irrlvtng luSt. Louis S:45 a.m.; ChicaKo,S:S0 p m ;
tom.ee. ug at Odin and kfllngh.m for cfncln
natl, Louisville, ludiauapolis aud points Hast.
11:1 iii.m. Wt r.oulBnruI "VH.trn
TOflitt.'- ' "-ting
11.50 i.m. 'as.t Kinrs..
-T- - w " "x .aW . Ui
:i:5() p in. Cincinnati Kipres.
rrlv,i.6 at Cincinnati 7:00 a.ni.j Louisville :w
a n. ndl.nai.olia 4:05 ,m. ra.senger. bv
this train re.ch the above points Xii to 'iA
(lot US lu advance ol any other route
Ranges, and tbrongbilerVto 's touli and
Fast Timo l-ia.st.
i;ISf1TH"'i'l'vj 'ylulllne go through to Fast.
,..Mk l" j . " 1"'"jt ""houl any delay
-? t f 2,lAty 1","iiUK. The Saturday after
noon trabi from Cairo arrives in new York tio" oar
norniiig at Tblrty six hours in advanced
h "inn iouiv,
l Ki.r through tickets and further Information.
ippiV at Illinois Cenlial Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. 11. JONKH Tlr..l I..,
i.U. HANSON. Oen. Pass. Agent. Chicago
It. U. TIME C'AHl) AT CAIKO.
ILLINOIS CKMUAL It. It.
Jr. rs Depart. Train Arrlv.
Mall :IK a m I V. !
tAccoin 11:111 a m SKinress. .."."'ll -in .
KP"!s 3 ;o p.m. Meeom 4:15 p.m'.
C.ST. I. A N. O. It. It. (.Inrl-Min r,,iil..
i.fjl 4:a.m. tali ....4:p.m.
tKx pres. 10ia.m. Kipress ... .Hl:i k.m.
AfCi.lll 3:f,i i) m. I
hT. h. a c. it. it. (Nrrow-frauKt).
express : a m.
Kx. Mall. .4:lup m.
f-X s .yi a:i
. lo:cia m.
..IS;. 5 o in.
A'tuoi y;m n.m.
ST. L. A I. M. K. It.
tKxpress in:aou.m. I Express ,S;J0 p.m.
W., CT. L. A ! It. K.
Mail 4 Kx fl:i0a.m. I Mall ft Ex.. 9 Slip m.
Acconi 4:il p.m. 'Arco n Kl:r,0a.m.
r'l!nt 1: a m. KreiKht. 6:45 p.m.
M"illI,K A onto K. It.
M,i' " : . Mall 1:10 p.m.
Dally except Sunuay. t Dallv.
TIM 10 CAItJJ
ARRIVAL AND DEPAHTLRE OK MAILS.
Arr at Dep'r
I fm ro
8 p . to
8 p. tn.
9 p. m.
8 a m.
i p. m.
I. C. Jt. It. (ttrougb lock mll)
(way mail i
" (Southern Dlv ....
Iron Mountain It. K ,
U .liM.h it u
b a. m.
...ft p. m.
...to p. m.
..7 p. m.
..5 p. m.
Texas A St. I.onis It. k" ,'
St. Louts A C.lro H. It...
i p. m
M ss l.lver arrives Wed , Sal. A .Vou
depart Wed., Frl. A Suu.
P O. geu. del. op u from 7:adam to7:S0 pm
P.O. box del. o, en from 6 a.m. to 9 p. m.
Mindaya get. del. oi en from... Ha. tn. to life. m.
8unilas t.ox del. open fiom....l a. m. to ld:SOam
CrNOTK. Chaugt will be puhllshed from
time to time in city papers, f banco ynnr card ac
cordingly. WM. M- ML'RI'H Y, P. M.
1 1A1RO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplsr
J stneta: preaching every Sunday mo nltgand
ntibt at u-ual houra. Prayer meet ng Wtdue
cay night; Sunday school, "-m a m
Rev. A . W. ycOAtlA, Pastor.
fMICRCU Of THE KKDBEM KK (Episcopal
Kj Kourteenth street; Sunday 7:00 a m.. Holy
Con mtinlon Id:), tn ., Morning Prayers II a. ui.
Sunday school 8 p. m., Kvrnlni 1'rtyer 7:) p.m
K. Davenport, 8. T. B. Rector.
I'IRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CUURca.
'. I'reie hlng at IU:SU a. n.., S p. ra., and 7:80 p. m.
4abbb school at 7:90 p. m Rev. T. J. Shore,
j L'THKRAN-Tblrteenth street: services Sb
I j hath 1 :30 a. ru.; Sunday school 2 p. m. Rev.
(nappe, post r.
KTIIODIST-Cor. Eighth and Wamut streets,
.! Preaching Sabhatb JI:U). m. and7:V)p. m.
'.nony pnuii: ar. -i:oy p. m.
Rev. J. A. Sc.srrott,
pin ' f
1 1 1 KSUYTERIAN Klghth street: preacnlng on
I Sablialh at tl:il a. tu. and 7:S0p. m.; prayef
tieeiing Wednesday at 7:8'p. m.j Sunday ocheol
t a I,, hi. Rev B. V. Oeore, pastor.
T. JDSL'I'll H--i Roman Catholic) Comer Cross
O at.'d Walnut streets; services Sabbatb 10:0a.
n.: Sunday School at li D. m. : Vsaners n. m -
. i. es eviv j dry at S a m. Rev. O'Uara, 1'riest.
2'l . PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Comer Ninth
si reel and Washington avenue; service Ban
jul h H and 10 a. m.; Vespers 3 p. m.; Monday School
: p. in. services every day at S . m. Rev. Mastutierl
v ayor-'l honias. W. Ha. Inlay.
1 reuM,rei Charles K. Nellis.
t:erk--Dvniils. J, Foley,
Ci)niisi:lor--Vi'm. B. (illhert.
tlarelis! L. II, .Meyers,
Vtorticy William Hendricks.
1IOAIIU or ALDBHMIN
.-'irst Ward-Wm.McHalf, Hurry Walker.
M'.oiirt Ward-Jesse llinkle, C.N. Hughes,
I bird Ward-H. F. Illake, Kg ert Smith,
fourth Ward Charles O. Palter, Adoipb Bvro
bla. Kiitli Ward-Cl as. Lancaster, Ilnnry Stout.
Circuit J udgu O. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk-A. II. Irvln.
' County Judge J. It. Robinson.
Comity Clerk S.J. Hum in.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker,
Coroner K. Fltrgeralft
Con nty Commissioners T. W, Ilalllday, J. II.
Muleivhev and Peter Hann.
Any Housekeeper la the land can repair the Cook
Stove put In new Kir Backs, new Orates and new
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS,
Sold by all Hardware and Btov Dealer.
Pawn ron Cincmaa. lUnaftctured only by
chenok) Adjustable Ftr Back Co.,
S9 UMt-lKirn tt Cblcago.
..li nw v ar i