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THE DAILY CAIRO liULLEylN; TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1883.
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K. A. BCKNUTT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
Tim Mormons ridiculu tlin Edmunds
hill, mid Ix ),i st that, I hey will uiitko '.'!),
000 enlivens this year.
It is estim.'itt'il that, tho minors ami
iinvli:inks of l!utt M. T., have on de
posit at the throe banks of that city
about :i0i 1,000.
Manmintli City, in the Yellowstone
country, hardly comes up to its name.
It has lifty timidities log cabins, slab
shacks, and canvas tents. Half of the,
structures are saloons. There, is a pop
ulation of about L'oO.
Uoston is said to be one of Hie three
places where the business of counter
fniiinj; oosiajjo stamps, oxprossly to de
lude collector.', is most largely carried
on. (Jlitownrid Hamburg are," the oth
er members of the trio.
Tho famous mud-hole at Hot Springs,
Ark., will hereafter, by order of tlie
piYcrnmcnl authorities, be free at all
hours to pauper bathers, and the pro
posed erection of a hotel over the spot
is prohibited. Heretofore paupers have
been excluded at certain hours.
They are selling in (ieorgia this )oar
a great many farm bells of large size
for use in country neighborhoods as
alarms in ease of tramps. Neighbor
hoods are thickening so in tho best lo
calities that a farm bell would summon
a dozen families.
Mrs. Francis Hodgson Iltirnett. tho
novelist, is reported to .have said that
tho three things necessary for writing
a novel are pen, ink and paper; the tirst
to be used with brains, tho second with
imagination and the third with generos
ity. Alabama has fourteen iron ami steel
manufactories, eighteen cotton factories,
eighteen foundries and machine shops,
807 flouring and grist mills, and Ml
lumber mills. Tho capital invested in
these industries is .s,8i-J,:':';l. Employ,
nient is given li,6!lu' hands, who receive
What is known in insane asylums as
"the I'tica crib," is a large crib bed
stead, very strong and with massive
slat cover eloping down upon it, inclo.- '
ing tin.- frenzied patient. The victim
lies riti a mattress with bed clothing,
bin is allowed ample room to turn over,
and sutlers no more real discomfort than
if in an ordinary bod.
Tholato-t report of the Uritish consul
General at Havana expresses the opin
ion that, alllioiigh the definite abolition
of slave! y in ( 'uba will not bo accom
plished iinlil lsss, slavery will have
praelie:illv ceaseil to exist before 1 fit
end of lii ixsu more than (i.i'O'i
slaves were freed, in 11 more than
lo.oon, and in V2 about 17,ini).
The dispute aboul the boundary line
iH tween Massachusetts and Now Hamp
shire, which has been in existence since
171, is in no fair way of being seitled.
The error of boundary :rivos to M:i.!i
chuetts iii, )i mi acres that properly be
long to New Hampshire. The error
was made by iho agents of New Hamp
shire appointed to act with like agents
on tho pari of Massachusetts to run the
Christopher M. Spencer, tho million
aire inventor of tlie repeating ritle, last
V'tir employed a nurse from a hospital
in Providence to allend his wife, who
was dying of consumption. The young
lady's name is Georgctta Rogers, and
she is the daughter of a retirodsea cap
tain. .Sue was so altentivc to tho invalid
as to excite lirst Mr. Speticer'sgraiitude
and then his love: and tho other day
the millionaire and the nurse were mar
ried. 1 le is lifly years of ago and she is
For mice-gnawed trees, a correspon
dent of the (iei niaiitow u Tili'irajilt roe.
onimeiids covering the wounds wit I
grafting wax at once, then pile earth
and pack it around high tibovo the plai't
to keep ciivcroil, as it will settle and
wash down sonic. This, if done early,
will save thousands of trees that have
beeu injured by mice and rabbits. Make
wax of ono pound beeswax to fotn
pounds rosin and a half pint of linseec
oil. If too suit, add moro resin; if toe
hard, more oil. The wounds miisi not
be neglected until they am hard and
Mrs. Margaret llaugbery is to have a
life-size staluo in New Orleans, For
forty years she was the most self-siuTi-lioing
philanthropist in that city. Many
instance of her heroism are borne in
mind by her admirers. On ono occas
ion, when she applied at a largo grocery
for provisions, she. was laughingly tohl
by a member of the inn: "We'll give
you all you can pile on a, wheelbarrow,
if vou will lake it to the ui,yuni your
self." She accepted the oiler and rolled
the barrow in triumph through the
The Gwinnett (Ga.) IkmUl says that
when Dr. Moore removed the rope from
Stevenson's nock ut the Lawrenceville
Imuging, a woman who bad pressed her
way to tho rope asked permission to
enter. She hurried to the SheritV, and,
seizing the noose which had just been
removed and was still warm, rubbed it
rapidly across a coil re on her neck.
There is a superstitious idea In tho
country that rubbing tho unpleasant
protuberance with a ropo with wlueii
A lelon lias been hanged will remove It,
Proctor Knott, candidate for 'Govern
or of Kentucky, Is a man of medium
lioight, and is unite ntotit. His head Is
large and well covered with a (rood
crop of silver-gray hair, cut short in Iho
neck. His mustache Is snow-white and
email, curling iu til the comers of his
mouth. The lower part of his face is
smooin siiavon. 1 1 is complexion is a
liery-rod, making a marked conlrasi lo
Ins white hair, mustache and blue eves.
His face is very full and well rounded
Mr. Knott has a peculiar rasping voice
ami n drawl.
Pet phrases which we hope never to
sen ngam in the column of our esteem
cd cotempoi'arios: Sickening thud. The
happy pair. oo sma hours. Speckled
beauties. Regardless of expense.
Launched into eternity. Tho immediate
vicinity. Disciples of Iiak Walton.
Tho extreme penalty of tho law. A re
volting spectacle was witnessed. The
lioiisu was crowded to tho doors. A
wealthy and public-spirited citizen. The
sight was shocking in the extreme. Tho
perpetrators 01 mo uasiaruiy crime are
still nt large. Devotees of Terpsichore
tripped the iigiit fantastic too. Iho
tables groaned under the weight of a
bountiful repast. Puck.
A new carpet seemed an absolute ne
cessity for the dining-room; but if the
old one could have a rest for the sum
mer, it would do for another winter.
So some lengthsof matting were brought
from tho garret. There proved to be
enough of this to cover all the floor ex
cept that under and around the table:
so two yards of drugget were purchas
ed, ami a border was put around this,
and a really handsome rug was made.
Tho border was made of heavy double-
laced canton flannel, because it happen
ed to bo in the bouse. A still more ser
viceable border could bo made of felt,
but for the few weeks during which this
njg has been used it has done excellent
service, and is certain to last until the
carpet is cleaned. Iho worn breadths
are put whoro they will have the least
wear, and the thin places are darned.
JYlio York: 1'ost.
Figure to yourself. sas the London
World, what it must feel like to talu
vour beauty-sleep with a pair of pincers
on your nose! That pretty old-fashioned
expression has now taken a new and
dreadful meaning. Any one w ho desires
to possess tho "Mrs. Langtry nose" ha
but to sleep in torment for a week ot
two, and the great result is obtained.
If the ligure of the would-be beauty is
not as lovely as she wishes, the "ana
tomical corset-maker" will supply her
with a nocturnal sipieezing apparatus
which will "tine hordown" by dcives
If her statute is too low for beauty, sin
may remedy this by wearing what h
mildly called an "appliance;" in the
days of the Inquisition it would proba
bly have been classed as an iiitriiiiii'ir
of torture. This appliance, squeezes am
stretches all the lower part of the body
and its use is said not to interfere with
tho comfort of one's beauty-sleep!
"There has been moro confusion and
uncertainty attending the scionti lie class
ification and nomenclature of the black
bass than usually falls to the lot of
lishes, some dozen generic appellations
and nearly lifty specific titles having
been below.-1 iiiiuti the two species by
naturalists since their lirst scientilie de
scriptions by Count Lacepede in
Anr has this polyonomous feature been
eonlined to their seientitie tcrni'molo-a.
for their vernacular names have been as
numerous and varied; thus they are
known in dill'ercnt sections of oureoun
try as buss, perch, troul, chub or sal
mon, with or without various qualify
ing adjectives descriptive of color in
habits. Much of the confusion attend
ing the common names of the black
bass arises from the coloration of the
species, which varies greatly, even in
the .same waters; thus they are known
as black, green, yellow, ' and spotted
bass. Then they have received names
somewhat descriptive of their habitat,
as lake, river, marsh, pond, slough,
bayou, moss, grass, and Oswego bass,
Ot)ier names have been conferred on
account of their pugnacity or voracity,
as tiger, bull, sow, and buck bass. in
the Southern Slates they are universally
known as 'trout.' In portions of Vir
ginia they are called chub. Southern
chub, or Roanoke chub. In North and
South Carolina they are variously
known as trout, trout-perch, or Welsh
man; indeed the large-mouthed bass re
ceived its lirst seientilio. specilic name
from a drawing and description of a
Carolina bass sent to Lacepede under
the local name of trout, or trout-perch,
who accordingly named it salmoiiides,
meaning irout-iike, or salmon-like."
A Receipt fur Keeping GV,1.
Said a physician yesterday, who look
ed cool in spite of the thermometer:
"It is supposed by nio-t persons that
if they bathe in roil water, drink iced
lemonade, ginger ale, ice-water, etc,
sleep with a thin coverlet over them,
eat cold dinners and ruhtheirfaecswiih
their pocket handkerchiefs every few
moments that they will be cool, or, at
least, as comfortable as the weather will
permit. Now, this is all wron". A
cold drink makes one feel exot rdim-lv
comfortable for a few moments and
then the individual will feel warncr
than ever and perspire more profusely.
Iho best way to keoix 1 is as fol
lows: Do not drink any iee-water; take
only one glass of soda or lemonade a
day; oat a warm dinner, but do not eat
quite us much as you want; take hot
coll'co or tea for breakfast, just as you
do in winter; sleep with a very lie-lit
gauze blanket over you iu tho night,
and take a sponge-bath in tepid sail,
water before retiring. This makes iho
body cool and keeps mii-quitos away.
Do not wear a heavy hat, or light col
lar; wear light flannels, low-cut shoes,
carry an umbrella, and. above all, do
not rub your face too often, because tho
action only heats Iho skin to a greater
degree ami makes you perspire more
freely, if this advice is strictly follow
ed you will bo cooler and healthier."
A'. 1', Journal.
Seetie - A small law n on Seneca
street. Time - Noon, personages - A
parrot Minning itself on a porch beside
its open cage door; and u strange dog
wan. lorlng upon the lawn. Tho parrot
speaks first. "Sick! Sick! Sick him!"
Iho dog with ears and tail erect look..
aboul for something on which to charge,
he espies tho parrot, ami nn excithio
scene ensues. From out of tii tZ
c.d mass of dog hair ami parrot feather?
comes the shrill cry: "(iii nut! I) - p
you, gil out!" Dog' breaks for street.
Parrot, after looking at himself fmui
bead to foot, gravely exclaims: 1'ully,
you talk too much. -(.'laxlanil Wkt. '
Wlrn M.iiioy TdlU Lilf OIp Rt'lU'S.
I you sell tin
brand v?" I
N. ('., "nioon-
Wo don't sell it nowi at all. Hod
to wait till hits gauged,' ho answered,
"l,ook ere, i',ider, (mini lluck, my
companion, motioning to the distiller
o step around the hogshead with him.
After a minute's confalj they returned.
1 think I In; conversation was to assure
the lire-water man tiat 1 was all
Ruck went to the saddle-bags strung
across one of our mules and returned
with two quart bottles. These he hand
ed to the distiller, who In turn gave
them to one of tho lazy-looking loung
ers, who appeared to be in his employ.
The fellow put the bottles in the great
pockets of his homespun coat, and im
mediately disappeared into tho shade
of the woods. He w;is gone possibly
lift i eu minutes. I'pou his return ho
delivered the bottles, ied to the corks,
diroeily to Ruek.
"These two quarts," said ISuck,
looking at me, "are seviinty-liye cents."
I took the money from iii v pocket and
extended it, toward the distiller. Ho
.shook bis head and replied with this
"Chestnuts fall to tho ground."
I look the cue, dropped the money at
my feel, then turned and went, to 'my
mules. The money was still lung on
the ground when the trees shut out the
still and its crowd from our sight.
Currc-pon kwc L'lfVi.lnnrt Herald.
A Piow ery dealer in clothing got hold
if a chap tiio other day who had a
knowing look in his eve., ami who
irongly objected to paying
oat which he had tried on.
"Vhell, I don't sav dot it
!w for a
!7," replied the dealer.
"Then why do vou ask it?"
"Vhell, my eyes haf got so poor dot
unypody can pass hadt money on mo
now. if I sold dot goat fort I should
ifxpeet to git ,i in goiinterfoit money
mid silver dot vhas plugged oop."
"1 guess I'll take it." said the stran
ger, after a pause, and ho scraped tho
boitoins of his pockets and hunted his
wallet over for bills.
"Dot is right, young man, and I
know you wouldn't sheat an ole man
mil sore eyes."
Tho coat was bundled up and the
stranger disappeared in a lively man
ner. Tho dealer turned to the cash on
the counter, carefully examined each
piece, and ther was "a heavenly smile
:m his face as ho chuckled out: "
"Only ninety cents of badt money,
and some of dot blcnty good enough to
put in tho shiidron's 'saving bank!"
II V Sln.it Si u;i.
Monday Evening, Acgcst 13th, 1883.
The weather is very hot and sultry. The
day closed cloudy and the air is full of elec
tricity, all signs indicate the gathering of a
rain storm that is much needed through
The market, as tho week opens, shows
very littlo alteration from the opening of
Inst week. Stocks are generally ample for
all the requirements of trade and the ex
cess in everything is email.
FLOUR .Steady and unchanged. Stocks
in all grades are light.
HAY Stocks are limited and the dc
mnnd is very light. Prices continue un
changed. CORN' Very little inquiry. Prices are
weak and sales are only in jobbing lots.
OATS Steady at quotations. Receipts
arc liberal and demand fair.
MEAL Quiet and sellers willing to
make concessions on round lots.
BRAN Easy at quotations.
BUTTEU Choice is in activo request
and receipts hmall.
LOGS Receipts are fair and demand
steady al quotations.
CHICKENS The market is well sup
plied. Prices remain about tho same an
biht weak. Old mixed chickens are not
FRUIT The market is quiet and Bales
POTATOES-DIM and unchanged.
S;ile tout Quotations.
NOTK. The prtrc here jivun are for laleii from
Bret hiuidH rimnd lots. An advanrc In
channel fur broken lotmn fllllogordem.
li hblK nimlly
.SO) libn &rliiiH uriden.,
a hi Mil extra Imii y
'."V1 IiIiIk piiii'iil
101 bills futiiy ,
1 car prlmu
i i on
2 cure tiOxeil Pi liiillc,,
1 ear mixed in ImUt....
1 ear white, lu liullt.,
7 eurc new erni In bulk
iii;ur new lu IhiU, clinlco heaTy.
W II BAT.
Nn. S lied, tier till ....
No. 1 .Vk'illR'raiM'iin..
:m bbiM'iiv in lotK.
leu bills country
3 WVttt'l M
ion pounds rlmtce Northern
Nd pound rholee Niirihnni pked "
SOU pounds Nunthcrn Ills, fruVh "
WW (luxe n fresh
. mi. .. hi.,, , , , , , , , , , tt
l 'i 00
'i coups bens , ,
B coops youpn chickens
10 coops choice yniiiiK chickens. .,
1 Nlil'4 hi
t 1W1 (10
Mi boxes t imiiloes...
M) hones pearlies
Applet per bbl choice.,,.
, M il tin
, 4 (Kim:) on
Choice yullow , ,
New potatoes per bush ,
New potatoes, pur bhl
Furemte. .4 oiiJS nn
I'bilu h ii in 4
8. C. limns
24 biifhi'l burlaps
5 bushel " ...
UIUKI) FIU IT.
Peaches, halves and quarter
Choice navy ....
Cholcn medium .
Choice, ' Factory
1 V T
Dry flint choice
Sheep Pelts, ureen
Good in us ... .
, 4 riia s in
7 5oa 9 if
KATIIS OF KKCKWIT.
)lay Floor I'.rk
Vcwt. V hhl. Vhlil.
ir, r x
'JO :i 4'i
jn t Ar,
!H 3:. 5-S
S' w Orleans,.,
War below Memuhls, 17
A Case not Beyond Help.
or. m. 11 ntnoHanie. hctiawee, III., advises nn
or a remarkable eti'e of consumption . He says:
"A neighbour's wife was atucked with vbibinl
limit ainease, ami proiiiiuu(ed heyund hein from
vuirk Consumption. As a last resort th family
was persuaded to try W HALLS HAI.SA.M
FOIiTHE LL'NIiS. To the astonishment of all.
by the time, shu had used one half dor.en bott i n
sue was aliout the house doinh' her ow n work.
saw her at her worst ami bad no Idea she could
Watson's Neuralgia King.
This Is oiih of the best remedies for Nenriiiji'i
ever Invented. It is mil a liniment, hut a nieili-.
cine to tie taken Internally, anil curen by coinir
rii;hl to the root ot Hie disea-e. A lady win, led
tried many other things without relief, tried Neu
rnlcla Kmc, and w Immediately cured. We
I'liaranleu it In all curs, when used nrrordine to
fcKK a woman in another column near
Spoor's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Spocr's Port Urape wino is nnide,
that in so highly esteemed by tho medical
pnifcs.ijnii, fur tho use of invalidx, weakly
persons and tho aged. Sold by druggists.
Of the many remedies bcloro the public
fur Nervous Debility and weakness ol
Nerve Generative- System, there in none
equal to Allen's Brain Food, which prompt
ly and permanently restores all lost vigor;
it never fails. $1 pkg., (J for $., At
James McDaniols, 72;J W. 22d st., Chica
tro, Ills., says: "I have taken Brown's Imn
Bitters, and find it the best blood purifier."
Advice to Motucrs.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rent by n sick child 8ullering and
crying witli pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable'. It will re
lieve the poor littlo sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, theru is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrho'ii, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, Hoftens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone ami
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to tho taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of ono of tho oblest and best female
physicians ami nurses in tho United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
tho world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Do Not lit! Deceived.
In thcHo tinii.'H of quuek medicine adver
tiscmcntH everywhere it in truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which reully docs na recommended.
Electric Hitters wo can vouch for as being
a true and reliable rcmodv, and one that
will do iih recommended. They invariably
cure Htomach and Liver Complulntii, Mm
t'BHosof the Kidneys nnd Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof wo spunk, and
can readily wry, givo them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle bv Darclay Bros, (o1)
Frm of Charge.
All persona Htilleringfrom Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Loss of Voice, or an uf
fiction of tho Throat and Lungs, are re
quested to call at Barclay Bros' drug
store and get a trial bottlu of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Coiisuinption, free of
charge, which will cotivinco them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar-sizo bottlo will do. Call early, (3)
r 1 1 D E B
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumhaqo. B,ic;iche, Headache, Toothache.
Sore llinml, SttelHiiuv ii-nlna, llruUra,
lliirim. Mi-ulit. rnnl II lies.
on ii,i. in ill ii iioiiii.v I'tns 4 sit uios.
BOM I.) lllilnio.u ll 'Ulir. .... fvli.-rr Kill, (..nun bolllc
llitii l i, ,ii, in 1 1 i.Hi.if imf. .
Till: i H Mil l s A. (l(.l IHi o.
(Hu-wtn iu A. tunM.kli , o i b.lllui,,r.. S I., I'.H, i
Yoiihb Men, Mlrldls
Ked M"n. and all Man
-,,,v, iiviii vnriv
iii'liscrniiiins will rlna
itiii'U II liriin roixiiDA
.....ow ,n,wi.riui inviKnrRiu ever iiiirnoucsii;
once re.tinvil bv ,t thnrit Is nn relapse. Try
III It never fails, ft; 6 (or 5.-At Onin
Rita. er by mail from Allen's Pharmacy,
Ths Blnr nl A man
his streliKth. Jf yun
are wntkuusd down
Sludv. nr hv tmrlv mnia-
,,na A ll..l II 1- ...
v.vi,,.i nni-u 1 iirsui rfi-si win pernia
nenlly rontdrii all nt vmur, anil atrenittliKn
an tlm niiinlusot lirain ami Hf.dy. 9 ,6inr
f.V At J flints, or by mail frutn Allsn'e
iTuk-.-iis. ur ny mail rrum Allan
I'tia ruin-m. ha a
ey, 3U lt I
Ave nun. I
New York I
jm Of tha man nms.
I I L 111 " V dl,,a 'l"''1" the puhllo
p IH "r nervriua ueiuniy
LLL.ll IJ and wsakneaaof Nerva
thsro isnnne ennal to Allen's Hrain Kiiod.
wlueii pniinptly and tierrnanently restarts
all lost viiMr: it never fails. 1 pkg ,8 lor
V At LlruKHista, or by mall trom Allen
uruKHista. ot Dy mail Iroiu Allen
ey. 31S Is'
Ave n ue
New York I
I I- nl?Va 1,N"n ""d t
I I riU lr,,n l"lu
LLLII 1 1 to lu menu In curing
mmmmmmm m Nrvouna. Nerroui
Debility, and restoruid .,t jiuwsrs to the
weakeriHtl (.i-nersoi-e Nvstsm. and, in n
instanre hasit ever failed: tnstit f I:4fur
to m iiruRKisia, or uy man irom Ainu
Jitj. EJIIIIIIl I WWIaf
II "III i"4 Msnn sana In eorrmrn
I 1 B sano:" "A sound mind
I fllJi X in a sound bodi " is the
II U 0de mark of Allen'.
nrain riKKl. ana we a-
tnre our readers that, if duuatisithd with
either weaknemof Hrain or Itodily powers,
tins lennly will permanently atrmffthen
(win. At Onuinsts, or ty mail from
1 ai unuiiisti. or tif mail from
n 1 1 11 n F
ey. 313 1st I
I I I M 1 1 Vr-otnn, mtii
I I Kil! srvmiljhrck. ht.ll
LLLII 1 1 tin Danes, Prostration.
" and all d taeases of
Nerve (ienorntlve Oran, ar all perma-
uriitiy nun rauicauy cutpii ny Allen main
Fond, the (rrsul iHiianiralreroeily. Jlpkr,
6 l"r H At DiwKists, or hy mail from
C-v At OruKKista, or hy mail frtiro
ry, MS 1st I
Allan's Tlraln Food
h n t a n 1 0 a I eitract
sireniithsns ths llraln
and Misit ivnly ourei
Ni'rvmia Oelnlitv. Nnr.
Tnnsnesa, Headache, unnatural Iimwis, and
allweal(iii-saof(ii.i'rativeHyNteni; it never
faila. 1 ,kg., 0 fur fit At Drtiffmsts, nr
hy mail from Allnn't i'harmacy, 314 First
1 BRAIN FOOD
I I PI 1 1 A?
k Disease, Prnpnitvan4
sal laeeiuinn irlnm
I I I" ill akind niimlirluM ail-
-l asai'iD r 111 a a Man.
Nervous Ilnbilily and unnntiiral wi-aknesa
of Oeii.-rntiv (IrKans; AIIhu's Hrain Food
Huroesstiuiy (ivfri-muiis tiii.nn tirmlili'i ami
rimi'iri'm no nuniTiT ut run lurmi.r viaor.
At Mmir I
s i st s, 01
I A I len k
1,'v. :nn 1st I
Vioiiur, Now Vurli City.
'ft: will r,,v i'i.u,ir.., lran iiwnf Urer Cnmplalnl'
I'.'..', SI, It 1 (. . Irv. I... Ii,.lwi; ,, r,,.ti,.i, n (irCmllvrni'll,
' "t with V i',l' , 1, .lrr I'i.i., h, u Hi .lirw
(l,.mar ttrl, lly f,,ii,nli, d ni,. 1 1 v , iti lv v,'Ktalile, sunt
i.i-vrfiiil lu vive inula. lln. Hi.jnr I'minl, .K, l.,iri. ,-n-U111I111I
t'l tulli, V.', n un. For .., I,v all dr.ic.'l.l., Ilan of
cii.ini.if.lu ,,. liiiluil.M. Tin pi ,n 11, aniirwliin.il nlv by
JnllN 1 . WksT . i'o, I I A l-l W. M,.ll... (.I., Chleaite.
"l,J I')' m ill iii .,. ,,11 r,ii,uf a a neiitilaup.
Keallh is Wealth !
liii K ('. Wsxr's Nkiivb and Hhain Tiikat.
MKNT, 11 (tlliirilliliH'd iiin'i'ilin fur JljHti'rill, llizv.i,
tiesH, CiiiivulsiiniM, VilH, NorvuiiH Ni'ti raluiiv,
lli'iuliiclin, Nitviiiih rr id nil inn ciiiiheil hy the nso
of liloiibwl or toliiiimii, Wiild'fiilnoHH, Mental Do
liresNiun, HufM'iiiiiK of tho Jlriiiii ri'siill.nnj in ill
fin it y mill li'inlintt In misery, iloeny mill (lenlll,
l'rotnriltii'o Old Attn, llnrretiiii'sM, l.nsa nf puwrr
In i'i t In T Hex, Involuntary Liiuhi'M mill HlU'rinnt
orrliiMi eiiUHi'il liynver-cniTlioii nf tlm liruiti, self.
Iilmso nr (iver-iililiilui'into. Kueb box I'liiiliiins
one iiioiiIIi'h treiitiiienl, f I.Ki a luix.or six lioxoi
for t.'i,(l,Hi'nt by mini prcii'iul on reeniiit nt pneo.
tu: i.i ah rri: hi noxi h
To euro any niso. Willi ench nnler rinlvml lyu"
fnr six linxi'H. Hooointiunieil xvllh f!Mt, w will
muni tbo pnreluiHiir our vrittmi niiiiiiiiitKO to rr.
f mult lie limiiey if tho treiitini'iit, iltil'K notolloul
euro. Giiiii'iiiittii'S issueil nnlyliy
HAItJtY W. WOIIUII.
DriiKitlat, Cor. Connnurclal avo. A IHth tt., Cairo,
Will llll I UUM
I lievir '
I i -fI . r. iii. I
BV VlltllH Of ft n lll.inlli, I mm I . . .. 9
clnrVl Ortlce oftha rlirult rtlll Ft fit A liiliilirt..f nnyn.
ly nd state of Jlltnols, and to me directed, where
..i. "? '"""""Ddt'd to maku the amount of a cur-
u -uubuiuiu nicuniiy outainud against Walter H.
Lander in favor nf M.ml.,..,i., l ....... ? ..Cl
?. ." tut-mt". KosmI end chultula of the said
Walter H Lander. 1 bavo levied on the following
desrr bed nrolerlv in.it H . in ..r .1."
I : r j. ...... v. nn ,. HiXllllll U eVUIl
(lll.ln township sixteen (IH) and iu ranee. tto(-J),
L..,i.1Mi ,.riiiiiiai ninrnian, con tain Int' MU
acrea, the above dnsi rl lied land Islylny and heinu
siliiat'd In the couuty of Alexander and auto of
Therefore, according to said command, I shall
expose for sale at public auction, all the rliiht.
title anil Interest nt On, uii,.u,. .,....,.,.1 ,ui...?u'
, , . 7 -' " iiniii'ii nailer Q,
Lander. In and to the abovu ileserlbcd iiroperty,
?IJ,' .c,"ck ' enTncsilay the asih day of Auu.
cUy V 1 w,""""ly door ' the court liouso.lu
Diileu attain), III., tliiilith day of Auenst, 181.
hhorllT Alexander County.
Ittf vlrtlln nf an v....,, 1 1..- . - ..
. V , ; """" issuuii on i or t tie
clerk office of the circuit court of A.exander coun
ty anil state f.f lllliwii. n i.. . .1 L."
"i commanded to make the amount nf a cer-
...... i'iuiin i in mi in,,, iiuiniiivii against Walter n.
I...'."" '-aimer -n mvor or Henlain in
Y . t llrlla mil nf Ihiilut.rld ., . .
- . -........ , i, ij, 1111:111a, irooiis anil
rha' tele ol the said Walter H. Lander and .Simiuel
folium, i imvo it-vieu on the follow
lie: described i,n,i,,ii, . .
sedlon eleven (III, In' towimlnn .i...n
(Hi) and n rani-o two cj,. west or ifm :i,d prin
cipal nierldlnti. said land is j ii,K ami h,ln s lua
toil in the county of Alexander and state of Illinois.
1 hertfore, aceordliiK to said command, 1 shell
ex rose lor sale at iiUlc auction, all t.'.e rlirht
title and interest of tho above named Walter h
Lander and Khiiiiii.1 l imi.., ... ., ,
. ' "' "".' ! null to me anovu
described properly, at II o'clock a. in , on Tuesday
be'Hth riavfnf Imn.i iuvi . . '
... ral t tiwvnieriy uoor
of the court home, In city or Cairo, Ills
Tint.,., .1 fl.A t-l .i! .... , ' - .
...v.u i i,nu, ui., mm inn nay oi AUiit,
Hheriff Alexander County.
ILLINOIS CENTKAL Ii. K.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Oulv Iino Jiunnint?
Makinq Direct Connkction
Thaim Liavi Cairo:
.i.OTi u m. Mntl,
driving Id St. Louis 4,'i a.m.; Chicago, h:3n p m.j
1 uiiiici uuK ai uuiii iiiu r.inriKnam tor l ilcid,
i.atl, Loiinvlllu. Indlaiiapnln and points Kast.
ll.'l I ll.in. bt . KouiH Iind Western
arrivir.u in ht. Ixiun 7:05 p. m., and eonnectlnu
(or an puiilis n vst.
3:fjO ji.m. i'iut I-'.x i)r'H
First. Louts and ('hirai'o, arrlvmu at Hi. Loula
111:411 p m., arm 1 nirau 7 :iii a m
;i fj p.tii.Ciru'inriMti Kxprces,
Urivinu at Clucluiatl T;i) a m.; Louisville 6:'J
a in.; liKllanaieiils 4 U6 a.m. I'asseritfers hy
ll.is train reach the above points 1 y to ,'JtJ
Hot KM in advance ol any other route.
f'ey-The 3:l n. m i,r,pfl m-riu.v
h tfi'iMii'iu ;.. 1. 1 ' '.
.v" v" v iuv.iiu 1, niuiiiui
haiit'es. add throtlt'h Sllieliers lo Kt inula -n.l
Fast Timo K;irt.
I'll i'll('(l'w ,1T t'" "n,! ihrou(fh to Kat.
I H.-)Vil,t. i .T rrn DolLtS Wlthiint .tiv it.iu.
caused by Hunrtav Intervi -nlim. The Mtnrdsv after
qoiiii train frnui ('aim arrives In new Vii'k .Vlot.dav
m. . I,..... n'i.i-.u 1 ... .
...1 .1 ,K 1.1. i .j.,. 1 uiny. via uours in auvanceol
Q -r other route.
HfKnr Ihrnuiih tickets and further lr,forination.
O'l'lvel Illinois Central Kailmad Iepot, Cairo.
.1. u. .i()Mjh, 'iicx.'l Anent.
A. U. DAN. SON. (inn. Pass. AKeEt. ( hlrat'o
'AIHU UAI'TlhT.-Curniir 'lenth and I'nplar
V.' streets; preachlnir everv Sunday munilnir anri
niuht at usual hours. Prayer mcetim; Weilnea
day tilk'ht ; Bunds; srbool. v::to a m.
Kev. A W. .McUAUA, Tastor.
pllt Kt U OK T11K KKUKEMKK-tKplscopal
VJ Konrtevntb street; Kundsy 7:mia m.. Ilo'v
Cutitiiiinion l(l:.aia. in.. Mriiica' I'ravers II a. m.
Sunnuy vcbnol i) p. m., Kveuine 1'iayeia 7; ju p.ni
K I' l;veliport, S. T. II. Hector.
i;ll(ST MliSMONAKV BAM 1ST CHl.'Kcn.
Vrearbliiitat l(l:i a. n... S n. m., and 7::in t.. in.
abbath schiMil at 7 So p. ni hcv. T. J. Shores.
I L'TIIKK.AN-Thlrteeiith stnxt; serTHes Sah
1 4 bath l:i a. m.; Hiin laj school i p in. Key.
METIIoDtST-Cor. Kl(,'hll' and Walnut streets,
rreac.hlni! Sabbath 11:01 a. m. and 7:30 D. m.
'Dtiday hchoolat a:nup. m. Lev. J. A.rkirreu,
I )HKSBYTEK1ANKlnhth street; preaching on
1 Sabbath at 11:00 a. n.. and 7:Siln. m.: uraver
iH'etiim Wednesday at 7:'ip, m.; Sunday Nrhtiol
it H p.m. He B. V. 'leori-e, pastor.
Cl.iiUSKriI .s -,Hoii,bii Catholic) Corner Crosi
O and Walnut atreeta; servtcea Sabbath !():) a,
11.; Sunday School at !i 11. m. : Vesoera 3n.ni.: aer.
rices every day al 8 a tn. Huv. O'llura, 1'rlest.
CT I'ATKICK'H -i Roman Catholic) Comer Ninth
O street and Washlnirlnn aveunr: services Sah.
iUi band in a. m.; Vespers 8 p. m.; Sundsv School
( p. m. aervlces every day at e a. m. He. M,'u.tniiei
. H. TIME CARD AT CAIHO.
ILLINOIS ( K.STltAI
tMall I : or. a.m.
Kxpress II III a.m.
Mull Nid.'i a.tn
tAcc.oin II :Hia 111
t K x press m H III p.tn
C. ST. L
& N. o, it. 11. (.Inckson route).
,. 4:ir.a.ni. I flall 4::io p.m.
. 10 no a ni . I Express .,..in::tna.m.
ST. L. d c. It. it. (Nitrrow-fsunel.
Express 8:011 a in.
Kxpresa . ....1:11 a m.
Kx. Mail. .4:liip m,
Accom 'J : 1 s p m.
Accom lii:i'.1 p. in
ST. L. A I. M. It. It.
tKxpress 10 :H0 p.m. tKxuross.,,.
,S::iii p in.
W., ST. L. r. H. It.
Mall ifc Ex !i:U.m. I 'Mall & Ex
. .0. !lo p.m.
'Accom .......4:00 p.m. 'Accom
KrulKUt ..7:45 a.m. Kreluht....,
MoIIILK & Oil 10 K. It.
Mali riiMis.m. I Mull
Dally except Sunday, t billy.
I. 0. K. n.(tliroinli lock mall). R
B p. m.
11 p. in,
H a. ni .
4 p. m,
(? mall) ' 80 p.m.
(Soiitlinrn l)l. f P- "
Iron Mountain H. H u::)op.ni.
Wabash ft. It J" !
Texai A 81. Louis H. U 7 p. m.
St. Loula A Cslro It. H 5 I'- '"
Ohio Hlver...... i",,!'- "'
Mlaa l.lunv arrives Weil.. Sat, S .Motl,
"' dcparis won, 1 iTi. fun.
P 0. cnn. dul. oin u from... !. ....7:Hiiam to7::m pta
P.O. box del. 01,011 from (la. m. to 11 p. m,
Siiiidavs irnn . lie'.. 0 He II frum...,S. Ill, to 111 a.m.
Siitnla'vs box del, open from . . . ,H a. to. to ln:,Hiisni
f nr-iMUi 'B. unanirei win ne pii'iiiaiiea irom
time lu Unit lo city papers. Chun ire vmircnrda ac
cordliiKly, WM. M. MUHPUY, V, M.