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SATURDAY MORVrNi?, AUGUST 18,
IT Til A T
1 Cj A
CAN HE SAVED
IN THE LIVING EXPENSES
OF THE FAMILY
hv the use. nf Hkx Maoncs, Tha Hunilston Food
1'rppi'iVHtlvo. It i.reP.rv Meat. Ku;h, Milk,
Cream. Knir. and nil kind of Animal Food f-eh
mid pw-et fur i'.ki,wa lo the hottest weatner.
This can lie proved hy the testimonials nf hun
dreds w ho have tri' d It. You car. prow It for your
self fur.Vlrcii . You will find that this 1 an artl
rle which will wtc yon a great di al of money.
No Spoiled Moil.
Xo Slalfl KjtRB.
It will ke,. lliem fresh ai d mA-l Tor manv days
Hud rt not Impart th "ll-hH;pt fiwlRB U;h
the sJli'leptraW Jt in no simple in operation
that a chi d rim follow I he directum, 1 a harm
le ih'i and cost only a fraction of coin to a
round ol meat, ttpli. butler or cheese or to a quart
if milk. Till. If no humbug it I endowed by
puch nn-n an i'rof. Niru'l V. Johnmin ol Yale tol
lege .'old by r rnircint and grocers. Sample
pound- pent pie pul l by mail or expreM (a we
.refer) -n receiel of price. Name your expres
..fflre. Vinndmu brand for meat; t'cean ave for
fluh and Hen food; Snow Klale for milk, butler and
chce"'; AMI-Ferment. Antl-Kly and Anti-Mold. 50c
per lb. earn. 1'earl for cream ; Queen tor egg,
and Aqua Vitufor fluid fxtrnrtn.H p.-r lb. each.
T11K 111' lllSTUN I'OOl) I'RESKrA INO CO.,
hilby St., boston, Mas.
For pale by 7Jl dAwlm
Ak the nvwt eminent physician
Of any school, what is tin; beat thing in
the world for quirting ami allaying all irri
tation f tin- nerves ami curing all forms of
nervous oiiinpl iuitF, giving natural, child
like refreshing !eep always?
An.l they vviil lull you unhesitatingly
'.Seme firm ol II ps!"
cu ait Kit i.
Ask any it nil of the most eminent phy
Eiciiiiip; "Whit is the 1m st and only remedy that
can lie ruliei on to cure r!1 diseases of the
kidney ftni urinary organs; such sa
Briyhi's Jiseae, diabetes, reteution or ina
bility to retain urine, ami all the diseases
Bnd "ailments peculiar to Women."
"And they will tell you explicitly and
Ask the same phyMoians
'"What is the most reliable and surest
cure for all liver diseases or dyspepsia; .con
stipation, indigestion, biliousness, malarial
fever, ague, &c.,"anJ they will tell you:
Mandrake! or Dandelion 1"
Hence, when these remedies are cymbal
ed with others equally valuable
And compounded into Hop Hitters, such
a wonderful and mysterious curative power
is developed which is so varied in its opera
tions that no disease or ill health can possi
bly exist or resist its power, and ytt it is
'Harmless for the most frail woman,
weakest invalid or smallest child to use.
"Almon dead or nearh dying''
For years, and fiven up by phvsic.ians of
Bright' and other kidney diseases, liver
complaints, severe coughs called consump
tion, have been cured.
Women gone nearly crazy 1
From agony of neuralgia. nervouness,
wakefulness and various diseases peculiar
People drawn out of shape from excruci
ating pangs of Hiietnnatism.
Inflammatory and chronic, or suffering
from scrofula I
Kryplpi'lnal , , . ,.
Salt rheum, blood poionlnij, dyppepai. indl
geptlon, anil m (act alnnt all iiipeupe frail
.Suture is beir lo
Have been ( tired by Ho? Hit t TH. p-oof of w hich
Can be tumid In every ne i;hl)nrhooil In the know n
ll.wli.-Uer's SIuiiikiIi hitler", hv Inemapiiii! vital
power, niiil r unleriin! the pbpiral luni tloii" reif
i.laruml u-.'iv.-. kecii I he svi-iem In L'oud wura
ine order, aid protect" II air uiiPi dipea-o. For
toriPiii'iiitiiTi. ihiieiil i and 1 1 v r ctnii til ii nt
uervmifiHTs, I i.lmy iind ilieiiin:i(!r allmnnt", It ia
uvh null e. and it a! (in a a pure u.-retieo ai;aini
malurlal f.-ve-e. beP'dea mikiviiii; all trace of
such dlpi'spe Irmn the pv h em.
For '. by all Hi ii.lsia and Ileidera K' UeraMy
Any llonpekeepcr In the land can repair the Cook
Btovo put lu new Firp Hack-, ni-w 'Irate and nw
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS.
8uM by all Hardware and Ptove Dealer.
ttsr roa rim-1'i.AM. Manufactured only by
hchenck's Adjustable Fire llnrk t o.,
hi llearboru Mrtet, lilcueo.
How Many Miles Do You Drive'.
O DOM KTK U
Tlii liiKtriinieiit ! lei laiifur than a waled, It
Tel. Hie exact ti ii in
rTuTiin i7ttri of a in lie
r ol mile ilrlv-u to the
c unit up lo l,ii mile';
wiilvr ai.d iliim ujit; aiwiv in
order ; save
lmrep Iniin lieliii' nvei-dnveii ; In emllv attached
to the hnei of a lluiiny. CiinllikMi, ritllky. Wnn,
Hnd Carl, Sulky l'low, ileaper. Mower, or other
Itivnliiulilii in l.lvi-rv nii'ii,
Fanner. Surveyor, Dray.
nu n, Kvirnotiii'ii, Mh. i net A", I'rlee ouly
j's Pleach, (ine third Ihe prli of any otlHTidoir..
. Wlc n orib-rliiK K'.ve diuun h r of liie heel',
rsi-nl lu mall on reielpl ef prb e, mi pa d.
"AdrircT MeiONSKLL"iii)OMRTKIt iT"
1 North LsNallar)t.,Clilii0,
tiyHend for Circular. sM-'iut.
ft BT03,ACHt fit
The Daily Bulletin.
Or'FICK: NO. 7 OHIO LEVEE.
OFFICIAL P A PK K UF ALU X AND KK COUNTY.
KNTKUltU AT TUB CAIHO l'OSTOKKICK Foil
THANSM1SSI0N TU HOUGH TflE MAILS AT
BKCOND CLASS IUTKS.
TltM3 OF SUBSCItlPTIOS:
Dally one year by carrier .-$13 "n
i per cent, dipconnt II paid lu advance.)
Dally, ciao year hv mall "
jjmlv, one month
l'libliahed every morning (Mondays excepted).
I WEEKLY EDITION.
Weekly, ono year ; JJ'
SVeekiy, ti month - iw
l'u bl i shed every Monday noon . ,,,. ,
ijw-Club of live or more lor eekly Bulletin at
one tlm- , per year, $1.50. 1'ostaRu lu all cane
INVARIABLY IN ADVANCK.
All Cummnnlcations phould he addrepsed to
E. A. Bl'KNETT.
PubliPher and l'roprietor.
A Taugle of Animism and Polytheism.
J. Henry (lest, in his article- on "In
dian Mythology" in the Vopulur S-i-t)(ce
Montltli for Augu-t s:iys:
Ldile hv little, as liuiii beeonies tnore
self-iiiiiireViating, more conliilent in his
superiority in the midst of surrounding
nature, he gives to each great and
small spirit n personality more or less
like his own. Soma of" these will bo
merely exaggerated men, others a com
bination of man and animal. Hut tho
result of tho whole, will he that out of
animism has grown polytheism, of
whirh all know tho congruous eniormi
ties in European mythology.
The Indian myths are a'tangle of an
imism and polytheism, and only when
we approach tliem with the information
granted from tho sludy of early Aryan
religious worship do the hitherto seusc
lessncruJities open their hidden mean
ings. A few instances will show the
animist of spiritual character. When
tho Algonquin Indian meets something
he cannot understand, there ho fancies
a manito present. The word has the
several meanings of spirit, soul and tho
first. The mysterious steel of the
white man is manitobiwabwik, i. '.,
spirit-stone. The strange woven cloth
is manito-wpgin. spirit skin. Among
the t'hippewas manitowis designates
the magician. For this same idea of
magic, "mystery, spirit, soul, the Dakota
Jiasthe word wakan. Wakan-tauka is
the great spirit: wakan-hdi the lightning
liierally the thing of spirit origin, hdi
meaning come. ' Thus, every my.-tory
is wakah. "He looks at sun, moon, and
stars, but knows not who made them,
or of what they are composed; lie hears
the winds, but, as their nature and
source are to him unknown, they are
To the Indian, wind and his own
breath are of all nature most like bis
conception of the spirit force, ami so
these are regarded as symbols, even as
embodiments of the spirit. The princi
pal Creek ' 1 is "The Lord of liivuth;"
of the Cherokees, "The Oldest of the
Winds;" of the Cboetaws, simply
Like the Aryans, the Indians believe in
immortality, and perform elaborate cer
emonies for the benefit of departed
Not. content with souls and spirits in
themselves and in the forces of nature,
they give them to animals; so that in
the'dog companion Is often the guard
ian spirit of tho Indian.
As you have already noticed, there
are spirits of uneijual rank and unequal
powers in the Indian animism, but.
though a principal spirit is at tunes
found, yet there is no idea of a single
all-pow erful spirit from which all others
Now for some examples of the Indian
polytheism. Comparu the following
story with some myths of early Europe.
It is given in the words of Mr. Knorlx:
"When the world slill lay in darkness,
say the Mixecas, there appeared a god,
'li'iii-serpentMiy name, and a goddess,
'tiger-serpent.' They went to live on a
high mountain, where two sons were
born to Ihem. one of whom they named
'Win I of the Nine Serpants,' and the
other 'Wind of the Nine Caves,' When
the elder of these wanted ainusrnieiit,
he nsMiniod the form of an eagle and
flew about in the World; but the other
changed himself to a winged serpent, in
which shape he could lly not only
through the air, but also through rocks
and mountains." How nearly is this
play of fancy lue that which in dark
Europe created dragons for tlm fabled
The .l'oMi'iiiis have a luro-gol,
Meiiabiiseno. wIhiv remarkable adven
tures Mr. Knort, recounts at suine
length. Ainoii.r others, is an incident
Serious V;ille i if il,'':i;
have learned in the S.
in'ii he (Mchaliii- din)
lin-t the great chief
si t out
to war n
fa', her, u ho had
lie shut the .el
and witii the i.i
la'U li's uiaa
ii hi s- : i ! i i i i w
l ill be 1st
greased hi.s bi.,it, so liiai wiiiioul stop
ping il ran through the falal m a oi mis.
tortuiH'," After deaMi it 1 une the
privilege of Meiial'U-i'bii to h ad tin
souls of Indians into paradise,
There are num. runs mMl.s of the cre
ation of the world and of tniiii; other
of u deluge from which on I,' a singit
pair, man and wniuan, ap -l.
These few cxaiiiples give hut an in
complete and vc(rv inadeipiaie iire-eiii .
lion of Indian nut ho!' :;. Mil ili'
are Sllllieii'lit lo hoW liie pi-esence ol
animism, ami add minilcr mimw to tie'
already accumulated e Idenee I hat ani
mislll IS the lir-l di'lin.te suape which
religious feeling lake.s.
In Prussia there are 7,i 10,000 acres of
stale fnrcsi, II, iiuii,iiiiii acres nf wood
land owned by private persons, 11ml y,.
1100,1 11 11 1 tici'c managed by corporations.
Very linlc of this is plan'led with nnv
thing ( Accpt pine, ti r. or h h. and al
most the whop, extent U cropped accord
ing lo lli(i strictest rules with 11 view lo
profit. The net return, per acre, taking
lj,'t stale forests mid private properties
together, ainoiuil to about !to cents.
The qucstim, "Where do all the pin
goP" Is again revived. A country editor
confesses that ii cammi be said, perhaps,
where they all go, but whi n one's wife
l away and oie: i, standing on mie leg.
grinding one's toetn and trying to p?n
U collar together in U,e nb-clien of slm t
button, aoiuo of them go Into oiiu'n
A Real Nine Girl.
I saw n 'rirl couie into the street car
the other day, though, who had. I was
ready to bet", made her own dress, and
how nice she Jjd look. She was one ol
those (dean, trim girls you sou now and
then. She was about IS years old, and
to begin with, looked well-fed, healthy
and strong. She looked as though she
had a good sensible mother at home.
Her face and neck mid oars ruid hait
were clean absolutely (dean. How
seldom you see that. There was ne
powder, no paint on her smooth, round
ed cheek or linn, dimpled chin; none op
her moist red lipst none on the shell
tinted, but not too small ears; none on
the handsomely set neckrather broad
behind, perhaps, but running prettily
up into the tightly corded hair. And
the hair! It was of a light chestnut
brown and glistened with specks of gold
as tin) sun shone upon it, and there was
not a smear of oil or pomatum or cos
metic or, it; there was not a spear astray
about it, and not a pin to he seen in it.
As the girl came in and took herseat,
she cast an easy unembarrassed glance
around the car, from a well opened gray
eye, bright with tin? inimitable light ol
"good condition." such as you see in
sunn.4 handsome young athletes who are
"in training." There were no tags and
cuds, fringes, furbelows or fluttering
ribbons about her closely fitting but
easy suit of tweed, and, as she drew nil
one" glove to look into her purse for
small coin for fare, I noticed that the
gloves were not new, but neither were
they old; tiu-v were simply kept, like
the owner and their owner's hand,
which w as a x,lid hand, with plenty of
muscles between the tendons and with
strong but supple lingers. It would
have looked ripialh pretty fashioiiiag a
pie in a home kitchen or folding a ban
dage in a hospital. It was a hand
that .suggested ;H the same time woman
liness and work, and I was sorry when
it found a live cent piece and had been
regloved. One foot was thrust out a
little upon it .Mills of tin; ear floor a
fool in a good walking boot that might
have plashed through rain and storm
without fear of damp stockings - and an
eminently sensible, boot on a two and
one-half foot in a high instep, a small
round heel, and a pretty broad tread.
The girl was a picture from head to
foot a she -at erect, disdaining the sup
port of the back of the seat, but devoid
of all appearance of stillness. Perhaps
the whole outfit to b- seen, from hat to
boots, did not co.-t 10; but I have seen
plenty of out tits, costing more titan ten
times or even twenty times that amount
which did not look oue-teiilh or even
one-twcniietli as well. If our girl only
km.'w the beauty of mere simplicity,
cleanliness and health, and their fascin
ation. H'a-hiii'j'tju Viijiihil.
A Typical M- xican Family.
You can generally find the Mexie
"peon" family gall
of the hlllilble duel
the dav. A mod
hu-biiiid and w ifi ,
ren ( I all ages, si,
in all siag.-s ot ill"'--
icred around Ihedoo?
ling at any hour ot
el family consists of
seven or eight child
's and conditions an-'.
ss and undress -geii-tiie
rich brown tint
them for drcs and
w hieb Ha: lire ga
two or tnree dogs, a goat or so,
pigs a cat and some chickens.
On pa-sing the habitations you will ob
sene its Lord-mayor" seated upon his
iiaiinchi - pulling on a cigarette and
wondering w hat it all means. He is
sure to bow politely to you, and if not
too tired with the day's work he will
get up and throw a vol ley of stones at
his dugs, which are sure to come yelp
ing alter the coach. Mrs. Mexican is
scaled at !!." -ide of the house, bll-y
i iiiindliig up a lot of well-soaked corn.
lint M i!
Ill ii.U .'
gi lie! ai
as been inn-formed intoaina-s
suitable for their bread. She
has lime enough at her dis-
nd oiierat ions and gaze at
for i ui
Ii.' ir !'
lug coach. Tin- children are
d a,l around, .some on top of the
nine on the ground in front,
li ':;!, teiied, hide themselves, or,
pigs and iniats, are struggling
aii' e to tlicireommon home with
!', ,iic-',i gged companions, eager to
In re no harm can befall them.
- ';- V.
This elegant dressing
is preferred by those
-imiliir article, on ac-
omit of lis superior
lcanlinesa and purity.
It contains materials
only that are beneficial
to the tcalp and hair
ftcstorct the Youthful Color to Crey or Faded Hair
r.irkers ll.iir IIjK.im is finely perfumed and il
w irr.intnl Ci prevent, filling nf the hair and to re.
Iiuic d.uidiHil .-ii.diuhiug. HiscoX & CO., N.Y.
I'k. niiil II ilir., at iliiliri In drug, and mrilortch
A Superlativa Health and Strenglli Restorer.
If y u are a me'leinic or furmer, vvnm out with
ovrwnrli. or a 11 oilier run il'-wn by family or DOUfcO
I10M ihllies tiy I'aiikkn's Uincpk 1 ONIC.
If yni are n l.iu-yer, triineter or liiMne man ex-Inn-iimI
I ymr neil .Iniiniir :iimioiiitrr.,donot lak
If v'ui luivr ( '(iimnnption, 1 '"-t"I'si.i, Kheiima.
I'.rn, KiiltieyClimiilainn, t,r iinydiMirdrrdfthehinRS,
pteniai.li, l-m-rli, IiIquiI nr nerves. I'APkva'a CllNoaa
"Jonic mil r ure you. Jt i-, ihr ( ,,r;,trst iJlnod l'urilicr
And the Eest and Sureit Cough Cure Ever Used.
If V'111 are wasting away fenn aje, clisupatinn or
nuy ihsi ,e.e nr v,i al ne mid ririiuiie a Miinntanl take
(iif.i,p T'rjic nt 1.111 r, it will invicrit .no and build
yiii up fr on the liet du'e 1ml will never intoxicate.
It I1.11 saved hiiniiieds of live',: it m.iy lavs yours,
CAI'TI'iN 1 .-r. v alli'ilatiiuira. I'lrlnr'triinerTonleU
r'ii-..dii ilir .,t r.MM.li,Uir nuiii tlivw)rl'l,tiiill.nttrtly
fi ll- r nl fr'-in f m 1 ne '"in ir yii pir ilnnv, H. i.d for elrcvlarlo
IIimi i A u., N. V. Ii'ir. A l urn, ( d tli-ri lo drujl.
I.IIKAT MVINO llliyiMl IiOIXAR Bl.
Its ie h and l iMU'K Ii. panto hat made thil
li lii'liifiil p-rfimie exi eeduiKly popular. There
lanolliliin like II . Iieiit upon luviuz FloKBS"
Tun CuumjIi mid loik fur tigualute of
on rvi-rv linltlf, Any ilmiriflil or HtnUr In perfuomy
tilt iiipiily vim, VI and 15 i.nl .1.,
I.AIII.K MVIN'I 11(1 yi.NU lllr. K,.
(fpnodily rraUirril hjrtlit u ef tilaHni Tf'
ncn(, "I"'1' .-rli'iliiallr eumt Mrrvona IHbll
ty, I-4it Tlrlllly. rrmalur. Iprea, and
all tu1lo riaiiiu r.in nvownk arid ieMS.
Mamvlr Arvimlla niallsd (fa. tHl4,r; ad
dinwius Ur. WbltUcr. Ifi Ktos,Mh. CiBalauatt, Ol
To Tho Wem
There arc a number of routes leading to
the above-mentioned auction, but tho direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louii and
over tho Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
llr est make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colormlo, New Mexico and Cal
if .ruin nonptjet with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Ovctland train for California.
This line oilers to parties enrouto to tho
West and Noithwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through tho finest por
tion nf Missouri and Nebraska, Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this
line, which will lie mailed free,
C. II. KlNNAN, F. ClIANDLEli,
Ass'lOen'l Pass. Agent. (Jen'l Pass Agent.
Fadkd hair recovers its youthful color
and soft, silky texture by the use of Park
ers' Hair Dalsam.
iicKicu s Arnica Salve
The Heat Salve hi the world for Cuts,
Ilruiscs, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Khc.uui, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
2.1 cents pur box. For sale by Unrclay
Skk a woman 111 unotlier column
Spier's Vineyards, picking grapes
which Speer's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profes-sion, for tho use of invalids, weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by druggists.
Enterprising local agents wanted in this
town for an article that is sure to sell, live
druggists and grocers preferred. Address
Jluniii-ton Food Preservative Co., 72 Killy
J inn s Me Daniels, W. 25.1 st., Chici
t'o, Ills., says: "I have taken Brown's Iron
Bitters, and iiud it the best blood purifier."
Free of Charge.
All persons sull'cring from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Less of Voice, or an af
fection ot tho Throat and Lungs, are re
quested to call at Barclay Bros' drag
More and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, free of
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollai size bottle will do. Call early. ('I)
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest lv a bick child sull'ering and
cry ing with 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 little tsufiertr immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diartho'ii, regulates the stomal h and bow
els, cures wind colic, sol'uns the gums, ie
duces inflammation, and givjs tone and
ncrgy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's .Soothing Syittp for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
1 nd is for sale by nil druggists throughout
tin; world. Price 2r) cents: a bottle.
For Dvipep-ia, Indigestion, Depression
f Shiiits and General Debility, in their
irioiis forms; also as a preventive against
ver and Ague, and other Intermittent
( Vers, the 'Feipi-l'hosporated Klixir of
Calis iva,"' made by Caswell, Hazard Oi t c,
New York, and sold by all Druggists, is the
ic-t tonic; and f r patients recovering trom
1 vi ror other sickness, it has no cpnl. (1)
Kmory's Little Cathartic Pills are BUfTi-
nlly powerful for the most robust, yet
the safest for thildien and weak
lions. M ci nt.-
1)0 Not. Be Deceived.
In these tiim s of ipiack medicine adver
tisements every win re it is truly gratiiymg
Iind oik; remedy that is worthy of praise
id which really does ns recommended,
cctiic Bitters we can voii::h for as being
line and reliable remedy, and one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
ure Stomach and Liver Complaints, Dis
as.es of the Kidneys arid Urinary diffi
ulties. We know whereof we fpeak, and
an readily sav. eive them a trial. Sold at
lift v cents a bottle bv B irelav Bros. '))
1 Know Whereof I Sjieak,
For I have used it extensively. I regard
'arker's Ginger Tonic a most excellent
remedy for kidney, lung ami stomach dis
orders" It invigorates without intoxicat-
g. .1, Francis K' ligio I'hilos. Journal,
I! K HI ITS HM.K,
t'.y v!rliie of mi etivutliin ImuiiI out of the
rlurk (Ulli e of Hie liirult ((art of Alexander enmi
ty a' d Hale, of M'iio p, ami lo uiu illncieil. where
by I inn riiiimiiniili'd lo make the amount of a cer
tain Jmhrmeiil rei nuily obtnliieil iit'inrial Waller S
i Hiiuer in lavnr in iieiij;imiti r i urila out of the
IhniIp, li'liemeiilp, yniiila nnil rlnululp of tbu paid
Whiter s. Lander, I have h vied on the Mlnwliiu
depi r.bed prui erl) . tn v it : All of Hei llun e even
1 1 1 1 111 tew nalilp nxtei-n (Hi) and In runfe I wo (!),
weal in Mie.irn priiu-ipni merman. niiilalnltiK ""
iii-iea, Ihe iiliovu depi rli eil hoi I Ip lylim nnil lieiiiL'
alluiit din thii cuiiiiiy of Ab xander and plalouf
'I'herefnre, iii'corillii.' In paid roinmic ii, 1 shall
expopeinr pale ai 1 1 1 , t l .-. auelimi, all the rlulu
title anil llin resi n liie a'a.ve iniNiril A niter IS
l.amler In and to the nlxim ili-prrlbed nrniiertv
nt II o'l'.lock a. in , nn T'iep.liiy Ihe '.Mth day of Aim".
IHril, al th" wealerly dour ol Ihe court boilno, III
Cliy ol uirii, l.l".
DalMil at I'uiru, 111 , UiIp hth day of AiiuiimI, 1k8:
Sheriff Alexander County.
lly vlrliio of an rseeullon Ipaued mil .of tho
clerk olfli'.c of Hip elrrull court of A exandur eonn
ly anil Plate oi iiuum, ami to niu uireiieii.whuru
by I am ''oininaiiili'd lo make the aiountil of a cr
nun luilLUiietit riiceiillv olitaliied aealiiPt Waller S
, under and Haiuui'l Lander ui favor of lli'iijutiiln
if, Curll out of the land, teiietneut, i;oda and
elm till ol the "oil Waller H. Lalulet and Humilel
I. miller. I have limed on tlm fo low
ItiLt (ie( ribed propinty, lowlli All of
y,.,lliiii e even (III, In IoWiipIiIii pi i lei
(ii) and In rniieu lv,o CJi, wkpI nf llio Hid prln
ripnl inerlillnn. sain iniui i" iviiik huh ii iok piiiiii
leil III Ihe COII tit V of A I -X It 11.1 or n III) POllll ill lllllmla
'I'lieri line, acc'irdllnl to icilil eon uiaiiil, I pIipII
i i iipii lor pbIm at. ii' lir. auullon, all I' urluht,
tilli and luli'tepl l me aimMi narneu v nier a.
l.aiii'.ei n n I Samuel I. under. In mill In t he ii'.nvn
rie.e ibid piuperly. al II e'eluck a, in ,on 'linmlay
Ihu zsth i'hv ol Ai UUpI. Ihsii. al luu eptetly ilniir
ol die enuri hull"!'. In chy ol I'dlro, III"
Datod al ('alio, Id., tin ,l,h('J'1'fI1';(,,)"j,jHlM'''1,
Micrifl Alvxaudur t'ouiity.
The BULLETIN JOB OFFICE
0 - 0 -
COMPLETE IN ALL ITS APPOINTMENTS. CYLINDA R
PRESSES, JOB PRESSES, CARD PRESSES, NEW
TVPE, JAPANESE AND OTHER BORDERS
FOUR SETS OF DATE FIGURES.
NO. 1 STOCK: Envelopes, Note Letter,
Paper, Bill Heads, Check Books, Receipt
Books, &c, &c.
The ONLY Round Hole Perforating Ma
chine in Southern Illinois.
IS OW OPEN
TEIULS: S8.00 per
Xever-fdiliug Springs of coolest water charged with healing anl
curative properties that have stood the test of more than sixty
years' continual use by the health-seekcrr!, or those in search of r"st
and recreation, and the residents for miles around.
NO. l, "THE IRON SPRING"
will build up the weak and debilitated, possesses properties that are
unexcelled as a tonic, and Is considered a sure cure for Chillg, Ague,
Ktc, by the people of the neighborhood.
NO. 2, "THE MAGNESIA SPRING"
Hows from the rocks In a steady stream, rold as ice water, and hun
dreds drinking all day from its hawin fail to lower ihe water line.
This Spring1 is a certain cure for Dyspepsia, Kidney disorders and
NO. 3, "THE SULPHUR SPRING'
is a new one opened for tho first time tins season, and its waters hid
fair to rival the famous Mue Lick.
These Springs are surrounded by prand mountain scenery. The
air is always pure and cool. No hot nights and no mosquitoes.
Write tor l ircuiar.
Post office: )
Pope Co., 111. )
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Oulv lAne ltunninu:
) DAILY TRAINS
' From Cairo,
Making Dikkct Connection
I'kain Liatc Caiho:
li.OO a in. Mnil,
Urlviiii- In St. Louis 11:45 a.m.: Chlcs(ro,M;o p.m.;
( 'onnec.illlg ai uuiu mu i-iiiiikiimi iw, ,v,u
nail, Loutsvlllo, Indianapolis and points Kst.
11:1 H.m. Hi. liOuiM una virn
irrivlnir in Fit. Louis 7:05 p. m.
for all points Weal.
:t;50 ji.in. Kiust Kxprs.au.
f.rSt. Louis and ChlraK". atrlviDi at t. Uiuir
10:4U p.m., and tuicaxo i : a.m.
M:rl i in. ( 'lrioirinntl KxprKna.
rrlvliiL' at Clncl..iiatl 7:') a.m.! Lnuiivllls n :IUk
a.m.; IndlaiiaiiuIlM 4 :oB a.m. l'aun(urs i,r
tlii traiu reach tho ahovo points 1U to ,'Jt)
Llot'US In advancu ol any other routs.
IvyThullinO P. m. eipros has rULLMA',1
M.hKl'INU CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, rvlthoul
haiiKua, snd tlirounh slmipers to St. Lonls am
Fat Timo I-aHt.
t.i ciL.iin iYitu hT 11,10 ,hroKh to K1"1'
1 llSSeneiS urn points without sny delay
noon trafu from
TiornliiR at 10:M
ro arrive In new York Monday
Thlrly-ilx hours In sdvsuceol
nv oilier romu,
IWKorthroiikih tlrknt and furl her Information,
uuilvat Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
" T J. II. JON BH, Ticket Agent.
A. II. I1ANHON. dun, l'as. Agont. Chicago
A COM T MiO
an OiM im fruni iiilliiirpilpn.. irpi,i. nr nihpf aaoiw arS
nk, oiimrvKl, Inw iplrliisl, phjuirdlr ilrplnH, n4 nstM
Mrtn Hrkia dilip emiN'rlv. nn m- nprlltn f u
If uS Mraa
BM.Ir "niel, oliliu.ii auiuix-h nnsUrmr. KiKlorwl I
rwd St 4MH.
KlnUlpri tiA ihr 1 1'". Thr ifcOrnl ieo mil HTBII
loofu.iiln NepvoilP Prlilllll. I'h t alnal lfPaT.a
MM rar u.nr!! ui auriain mvnmitnm 99 ,-. n
I Mankwid. SimelP, .ir.rtl.., ulr.nlf, pMtai k4
MI., onnaai'ftllnn uh pliyplnUtt
ton UKiUJif ia u n. uuau Maas
FOr. THE SEASON'.
week; 2.00 per day.
J. B. LEMEN,
.AIKU BATTIST Cornsr Tenth and I'oplar
n reel ; preaching every Sunday momlneand
nlcbt st uiual hours. 1'rayur miitmg Wedncs
usy uliiht; Sunday school, lean s.m.
Her. A. w. stroAiiA, raaior.
MH'MfH OP IBE KKDKK.M KK (Splicopsl
Konrternth street: Munilty 7;mis ni.. Holy
Comintinion lln.m a. m . Wnrnlne I'rayer 11 a. in.
rlaiiday school a p. ru.. hvcnlng I'rayer 7:wp.m
K. 1'. Davenport, 8. T. H. Hedor.
IMHST M1SSIUNAR7 BAPTIST CHL'RCH.
Y rreclilii(iaU(l:o a. n... S p. m.,and 7:S0 p. m.
.ahbalh school at 7:30 p. m Rev. T. J. Shores,
It'TIIKRAN-Thlrtoenth street; servli.es bsb
a batb 1:30 a. m. ; Sunday school 3 p.m. Rev.
El rjODIST Cor. KUhth and Walnut streets,
Hreschlne Sabhatb 11 :0u a. m. and 7 :30 p, in.
nnday Hchoolat moop.m. Hcv. J. A. Scsrrutt,
I ) KKSBYTKU1AN Jlt!hth atreot; pracn!n on
1 Sabbath al 11:00 a. rr.. and 7:80p. m.; pravar
neelliiK WedneadsT at 7:3') p.m.! Sunday Schwol
it 3 p.m. Rev U. V. Ocorie, pastor.
T. .lOHKPIl 8 iKomsn t'sthollc) Comer Cross
n and Wslnut struuts; services Sabbath 10:AOa.
n.; Sunday ecnooi SI X p. m. veaoers o u. m
espers 3D. m.;
rice eviiry day at a ra. uuv
CT- l'ATRICK'H-( Roman Cstliollcjt orner Ninth
0 n reel and Washington avenue; services Sab
oalh 8 and 10 a m. ; Vespers 3 p. m. ; Hnndsy School
1 p. m. services every dsy at H s.m. Rot. MiWtouers
It. It. TIMB CAUIJ AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CKNTHAL It. H.
Tra.ns Depart. Train Arrive.
Mall - mon a.m. I tMall tiona.m.
Accnm 11:10a m. 'Kxpre 11 10a.m.
(Kxpres. 3:t0 p.m. 'Accon 4:15 p.m.
C. BT. L. a N. O. II. 11. (Jackaon route).
tMall 4:4ft a.m. I tMall .4:)p.m.
tKxprepa lli mia.m. Kiprep 10::Xls,m.
lAccom air) p.m. I
bt. L. o. n. n. (Narrow-gauge).
Kxprcp 8:00a.m. I Uxprc 1:11a m.
Ks AMail... imaoa.m. Ki, Mall. .4:10 p m.
Accom 1 U afl 0 in. Accom 1!:"0 p.m.
BT. L, A 1. M. It. It.
tExpruss 10:30 p.m. I tKxprups 2:!10 p.m.
W., HT, L. A V. H. It.
Mall A Ei 4:00 a.m. I Mall A Kx.. R.8op.m.
Accom 4:00 p.m. "Accom luMiia.m.
Krolubt 7:4.1 a.m. 1 1'rulnlit : I'-m-
MOIULR A OHIO it. it.
Mall Bit a.m. Mall 9:10 p.m.
Dally except Sunday, t Diillv.
ARRIVAL AND DKl'ARTURB OF MAILS.
O. I I'm PO
I.C. U. K.(tlirouh lock mall).
9 p, m.
9: .VI am
4 p, m.
(way mall) 4:8op.ra.
(Hoiillierii DW. 1 p. m.
Iron Monnlaln U. II V"'
Wabash R. K !
Texas A HI. Louis U. It !
.to p. m
St, Louis Cairo R. it
..ft p. m,
ohiolttvr , ',i'';"j;!"tV;, 1
Ml Idvcr arrlv.. Wed . Sat. M 11.
J P. in
' cll'parlS Wt'O., rri. re run.
V O. nen. ili.l . op n from Turn am lo7: W pin
P.O. box del. n( on from Ha. m loll p. m.
Siindavasne. ilol. open from. ...Ha. in. In luii.in.
Butiila'v iioxdnt. open from. ...II a. m to loilNlam
tVNOTB ChaiiK.s will be piiillhud from
tune to tuns in ony PIJJ'
Cbsngo your card ao-
M.MURl'llY, P. M.