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Publicber and Proprietor.
Beimtlfiil i on-Let. tlontitur in mist,
ll- rn v hen the aumiijut Willi dewdrops bnv
When- dusl thou roam.nnd where- is thy homoi
Where banns thy nmntlc in heaven's blucdoini-?
Ilrinht I'olilcn chariot?, drawn by winged
ShIiI-hhi nf p'oaimre, (riidiiur with Fpeed,
Fairy l-nnis hivi'rlnir o'er trlittcrinn 'n.
And miked in hummock that awing with thf
G idinjr in i-hiil'ops nf eiirmlne and prarl,
t ii i l aiu m-nilim.' their arrow l a whirl.
Trumpets and luiniiers, lnbnia of war,
l.ii--linlii)lf hrlilhiut force alar,
Jleni'd and rider, wilh beacons ablaze,
Ail have their home in tin- ciouds' winding
Putnmer clouds plowing with blushes and
Ham.- in the heavens like lovo-paintr-d Mes;
ti . d' n i-dned, silver (--lire-l. rl". cy mid white,
lib -lnjr the day and viiLing the nljrht.
Autumn oIuikK hritht epliemi-ral irlow,
I. iu'Ii wiih tm- hrooke when the water is low;
lliizv and colt, wlih a bcniilooiis p!tum.
Fitaided tbroiilt nit by the tun's meliow
Win!, r clouds, frlcid, liiiipl I and far,
linn as the iluht ol a luster ess mar,
Miii.low hikI darken, with paie ley ray.
'J'ae t-j.irtfj- fond homo, tied with the day.
Bright in the heavens, they break with the
And seatierinir In fniinments the other divide,
"iih the fhimnurintf waves, in rupturous
Encircle and meet 'mid the heaven Messed isles
As the rainbow of hope, when ahinintr thro'
Throws the strongest of lights o'er the darkest
Vina A. Sumner.
Fonl Boner ni:iy live to bp a very old
man lie is "-roin-jon'' fifteen now Imt
it is likely that he will always recollect
what, occurred on a certain dark even
ing in August, two years n;ro. Ford's
father and mother were traveling in Eu
rope that summer, hence Ford, who was
nil tho rcstof the year a boarding-school
buy of the lirst water, spent his vacation
at his Uncle I'epjicr's country place.
Ford's chief companion from day to
day. as he scrambled among the rocky
Fpur. was Leo. Leo was a Scotch grey
hound. Maj-r Pepper's particular pet.
Now one curious trait of his did equal
honor to his head and heart, lie hail
been bought at Black's Hollow, a village
if a More, which was also a post-oflico
and six or seven dwellings, can be
called a village about two miles fur
ther up the road, among the mountains.
Regularly, (dice or twice a week, would
Leo slip oh" in the morning for a whole
dav's vi-iiing wiih iinv four-legged
tdayruates whose society he had former
ly relished at Black's Hollow. On such
occasion Ford had to ramble on the
N"W Aiui Spinner, Major Pepper's
hired man, had a brother, who kept tho
post-ollicc and store at tho Hollow. As
noon as Ain.i discovered Leo's trick of
going so fieipiently thither of his own
will, it seemed good to him to teach the
dog to carry a letter there with safety
and dispatch, whenever told to do so.
AmA wouid tie his missive securely
about the liriglit-eyed. little dog's neck,
and s;iy in his Yankee drawl:
"Naow, Leo, you jest make tracks for
the villas1, diiuble.cpiick. Do you tin-der.-taiid?
Tiial leiter'd ought to git to
the store.' Bo nil?"'
Leo wouid leap away, barking joy
fully, and in nn hour return to seek
Anizi in the field or barn, collared with
un answer from Lot Spinner. In this
way the dog became, in a limited sense,
the mcsengor and postman of the fam
ily, when occasion prompted, and a
very ipiick and faithful one. It was the
laM Thursday in August, when Major
Pctiper, liliisbili;' his second cup of
eolVee at breakfast, exclaimed to his
wife. "There. Helen, I forgot to tell
you lat night that if you want to go
to the town in the phn ton with nie to
day, and give this afternoon to pick
ing out those carpets, it'll stiii mo capi
tally." Aunt Pepper laughed, "Why does n
man always choose just the wrong day of
all others?"' she saidinornlv."Amziiuid
Mira (Mira was Amzi's wife mid Aunt
Pepper's cool, ) wanted to go to 'ew York
to-day to attend to that wedding-her
Mister's on recollect. They started
early (ai 1 o'clock) for the station, uud
I don't cNpoet tlieni back until long af
ter we're in bed to-night. 1 can't leave
the house and lord to take care of
"Oh, es, you can," laughed L'licle
Pepper, "l ord might go along, if it
wouldn't be a hot and stupid day in
town for him, we shall be so busy.
Leave him a good luncheon, and let
llllll keep house by hilllself for once.
Leo will help liim. You wouldn't mind
it. eh Ford?"
Ford laughed, t"o, and said that he
"We 11 n a
he later in getting mini!
than six o'clock, I suppose," said Aunt
Pepper, reluctantly consenting.
"Oh, dear, no," replied the major,
"and Ford will have a line appetite for
a late dinner."
A half hour later Ford ami Leo, the
one with his hand mid the other with
his active., if unimportant, tail, waved
major and Mrs. pepper good-bye from
the broad piazza, and then turned them
selves about to begin the work of pass
ing a jolly day together. Ford did not
like to leave the house loruny length of
A wooden swing he was contriving In
the garden, the nrriingeinont of his col
lection of Indian relies, iiml a letter to
his room-mate ut the school one Harry
North took up all the forenoon.
This latter, or letter business, was
still on hand, and lord was scratching
ft way ut it in the suuntier-hoiise, when
Leo suddenly gro vied. Then ho sprung
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOKNIKl), AUGUST S3, 188S.
,i, liarkiti;; violently.
'.Ii'iniin "us leiMiHv i
A sir.'tuo jren
niwinir. Hour ibo
jiair of friends. Ford rose ami stepped
out of his retreat.
"1 beg pardon for interrupting you,
.iir," began the stranger, very pleasant
ly, "but are your fiithei and mother at
"My father and mother are in Ku
rope. sir," replied Ford; "but"
"Ah oh I sec," continued tho civil
utranger. "I had forgotten that my old
friends, Major and Mrs. Pepper, had no
children. Js your uncle at home?"
"I'm sorry, sir," replied Ford, "but
they have both driven to town this
morning, and will not be back till eve
ning. Be quiet, Leo!" for Leo persist
ed in showing his teeth, and making
sundry impolite noises, not to say
growls, while he eyed the polite new
comer very much as if he had been n
"A fine dog that," remarked the
stranger, carelessly. "Well, since lam
unlucky enough to miss your uncle,
could 1 see that excellent man he cm
ploys here, Amzi Am.i -dear me, I
cannot just remember his name." The
strange gentleman had a clear, rich
voice. He was by the way, a stout,
well-made young man, with a dark cra
vat. "Sorry again, sir," replied Ford,
"but Anizi and Mira are away, too. un
til late this evening. It just happens
so. Couldn't I take vour message for
uncle,? Leo, be still, 1 tell you!"
"You're very kind, my dear boy,"
said the unknown gentleman, looking
at his watch ami backing out of the
.summer-house gracefully, "but I won't
trouble you. I should prefer riding
over from my place to-morrow evening.
Please tell your good uncle that Mr.
Alexander Kingbolt, he will remember
my name, called on business, and will
see him to-morrow evening, if possible,
at eight, (iood-bye." And Jlr. Alex
ander Kingbolt, whistling sweetly
"There's one more river to cross,"sie
ped into a light buggy standing with
out the gate. Another gentleman sat
in it. and the two rode away, talking
The afternoon shadows grew long;
the twilight closed in: Ford and Leos:it
together, the boy with his hand on the
dog's head. Both hegan to feel .some
what lonesome, at least. Ford did. Wny
in the world did not t..e pi.;e'.o:i cone
toiling up the steep mountain road?
Halloa! a w hite uw 1 fluttered across t:ie
lawn into an acacia.
For i had long desired to ascertrn
that' particular owl's private address.
He-dashed after it. ami Leo bore him
company. Up through the dar gar
den bird. ty and dog sped. Piveti':y
Ford .-lipped" and f-;i. II- uttered
cry when he rose, and found uat L
could put his left foot to the grout. .1 on
ly with a pain that sicken, d him. so
severely had his fail strained it.
Very slowly and paitif.i'.ly
limped into the garden again,
lucky foot feeding more mis.-ral'
step. All at once he looked ti.r
trees and s-.-.v lights in the dl:.::
of his uncle s house.
Major Pepper and Aunt Hd.
back, doubtless r.iuci d;
know where in tii" world
Leo had gone, or since what l
As be drew nearer the
o;rof t .
d smi"- :'-
In; caught the sound of ,(w, ::
voices, the taint ci:nn or a t.nn
Could it be possible that a:ivt:;;r .g
Ford was frighten-
Leo," said he very sof
most sternly, to the dog. vtnos" ear
were on the alert, too. "lie down!"
Forgetting bis painful foot in his
breathless excitement. Ford crept dow n
along tlcj back of the house. The voices
came clearly from within. "And we'd
better be quick about it," somebody
A robbery it surely was. Ford turte-d
the blind and looked within the dining
room. A lamp was lit. The safe where
in Major Pepper usually kept his paper
and any large sum of money he happen
ed to have in the hou-e for a 'lay or so,
was rolled out tothe niiddb-of trie room.
Over it leaned a tall, well-dre-i.-il man,
impatiently directing another man, who
knelt before it, and was working at
the old-fashioned lock w ith some tools
he had evidently brought for the pur
pose. Ford caught sight of a profile, and the
sound of "One more river tocro--,"
whistled very gently. The man work
ing at the safe door was Mr. Alexander
Kingbolt. An exceedingly frightened
boy was Ford Bonner.
"So, then, they cannot, possibly g jt
over the bridge'?" said Mr. Kingbolt,
plying his chisel.
"All the planks art up and hid away
till we go down, I tell you," replied the
other, "and a red lantern hung across
"Tho bridge," Ford knew at once,
must mean a narrow, rough structure
(cross the stream iiist before the road
from town wound up the mountain.
"lliey re likely on their wav around
by the other one. It'll take them till
1 here was a pause. Then said
Kingbolt, out of heath, "When
you suppose that boy and the
"Lost, on the mountain, I dare say.
But if they come back before we get
through, wo can lix them somehow. "
Ford slipped from below the window.
The boy undcrslood all. Many houses
in the town had been robbed' lately,
The "gang" had in some way learned
that Major Pepper was occasionally
obliged to keep large amounts of money
in bis lonely country house. They had
chosen their day carefully, made or else
altered their plans that very morning,
thanks to Ford's own politeness in an
swering Mr. Kingbolt's questions. By
a trick they had sent Major and Mrs.
I C I UT lirulllld IV llmil- L.mr.
fir longest, route
lor Home. The w
h thing ' was a
nas uy, nut cleverly, planned seheim
Aim roru could do nothing - alone; the
nearest houses i t1M vinn(, bV() IllU,.K
up tlm mountain; his swollen foot!
Had lit forgotten Leo? Tlm thought
darted into his confused mind like a
Hash. He leaned forward into u rav of
light, and gently drew out his i,('.1',eji
and the envelope, still undirecied, in
which wa his letter to Harry North
He managed to control his ev;il
incut and terror enough
to scrawl up-m
"There urn hurtflurs In our house. ( ,,
Tho cnvclopo was hecur-jd by Ford';
shoe-string to the grayhound's neck
"lie very ipliel, Leo," no kept whisper,
lug, almost beseechingly, us ho led the
dog as well as he could down the far
side of the garden, along the fence, and
Homo distance up tho road, lest Leo
'Quick. Leo! to the post-oJlico to
'he post-ollicc!" bo cried, tremblingly,
pushing and pointing the dog oh".
Leo refused to go. lie did not un
derstand all this mystery. Ford felt for
a stick and shook it athiiii. Leo bound
ed away silently up the steep. Ford foil,
half sat dow n, on the grass.
He never knew how long it was lie
fore be was started from his stupor by
hearing stealthy steps approach down
the road. He strained his young eyes
to make out a dozen (all figures moving
noiselessly toward his hiding place.
They were the astonished men from the
village, roused from their circle of gos
sip around the stoop of the store by
Leo's adi nt and extraordinary excite
ment. The letter had been discovered at
once by Amzi's brother himself, who.
like the rest, with stockings drawn over
his boots, headed the party. Ford in
tercepted them and made his hurried
"Stay here." said Lot Spinner, "ti'l
we call you."
They leaped the garden wall. A few'
minutes later Ford heard shouts, and
the sound of a gun or two, and a str ug
gle on the house piazza.
"They've got 'em!'' he exclaimed,
delight and relief getting the be-t of his
long fright and pain.
And so they had; for w hen L t Spin
ner came up and carried the boy down
to the hoiis,., "Mr. Alexander King
bolt" afterward put into jail as I'en
nis Lean his comrades and t; ir tools
were ail secured under rude guardisti
shin foget her.
lord Jo.:;ed HI the cliecl's ,d
when at c.eveli o'clock Major a:' I
Pcppisf rode hurriedly up to t'c' br
ly-!it house to near Ineendot the
which tin' village people of t:c a
ta;n ha t t
neii t;i"iu. iitirrv.ug to
ward home, to t
Amzi and M; ra,
much more ado
ll. Soon after arrived
more explan iti. as and
made over Ford and
Leo than either of them n-lM.c
" The scamps would have g
with a i-.mpie of thousand
Ford," excia.med the major a.
again. "1: was some iivm-v
i a and
here to get
Si i much
and :v. !.
O.vr in t. Pa:
ey. s of cad-t i 1:
Ilose. H.s - ' S 'N
in slat''', but w hi
statrly pr :
a:T':trT.'lv rati -'.
W ..-p." rat;; i.
, xl r
a man (-.'.
.:d till he ha !
Ai'.h his i :t
t;. t t.rit r,'! hur:g'-.'i- !
nh'.-ieian an-l su.--J
a y violent bands or;
e: grouri'l with h r.-i
arro-s a telegr-ip -
I - f
hiiu and w tie
:!! I wen r i..m
ti.e au'hor.ties alway pre
;i'lrnir;iiti.Vuon of swift arid
'I ori tld one night the. al-Aao-'o.e-l
man l-osi-ned n
side. walk up town so t'.nt
board in ;!;'
t ie pi'i', -ii'i.in
foot ill i' and
a 1 1 - -
s!irg-n caugnt h:
I mi o!,i;-iu-! fra-tur-
-f tin' .-.: 1 1 j 1 1 1 ,'i .
biise-l hi, oi, nni
I'erhap- I am
these 1 1 1 - i i : i t
graph y, bill that
pi-'d his dura, mater,
--pin and wrtrckeil his
in error as to some of
rms and their orlho
is about the way the
with the divergent orbs told it to
The physician an-l surgeon was quite
a ruin. lie bad to wear clapboards on
himself for months, and there were oth
er doctors and laudable pus an-l threat
ened gangrene and doctors' bills with
the ccin-'iory looming up in the near
future. Day after day he took his own
iinti-l'ebrile drinks and rammed his bust
ed system full of iron and strychnine
an-l beef tea an-l dover's powders an-l
hypodermic squirt till he wished he
eouid die. but. death would not come.
II- pawed the air an-l howled. They
led liim his own nuxvoiniea, tincture of
I'liubarh an phosphates an-l grind and
brought him back lo life wiih 7i crooked
collar bone, a shattered .shoulder blade
ami a look of woe.
Then he sued the town for .c,iyioi)
damages because the sidewalk was im
jM'i'l'cci, and the wild-eyed map with the
lulluiiic-l nose got on t hit jury.
I will not explain how it'was done,
but Ihcro was a verdict for defendant
with costs on tint Ksciilapian wreck. -
The man with the crooked vision is not
handsome, but be is verv haoov Ho
says the mi
but they u
Is of the gods grind slowly,
veriz- middling Uw. liill
Most girls, almost from bubvhood, if
permitted to t with Iheir mothers in
tho kitchen, love to M-e the work (lone,
particularly the cooking; and nothing
noughts them more than to bo allowed
to iiii-'inpt to make some simple article
tl.cmselve,, Tins; early play will not
he forgotten, tiirls that, grow up under
such training or Indulgence will have
no fear of the real care when it uoiueit
to them us a duty.
Our Down-Town Bostauraut,
The high, bid noon has come. The
"dinner dishes" are ready. It is even
before the stroke of twelve. But the
hungry crowd are rushing in it rut not
an empty seat is visible. Battle and
clatter, rush and bawl, slop ami spill,
smash and crash. "Bos bit'! ros pork!
ros veal! ros muttiug! pi 1 1 1 1 1 pud! glass
cr milk." Tables all full, elbow to el
bow, eating, dialling, grumbling.
Waitem perspiring, hurried and crab
bed in milliner, jostle each other. Man
from the country liu-ls a seat at last.
Waiter at his elbow wants to know what
he'll have. Man from the country de
liberately opens the bill of fare. Pro
ceeds to study. Unfortunate. Waiter
impatient; Hies oil', Won't secure an
other attendant, for half an hour. Hun
gry man who has ordered twenty min
utes ago glares savagely at every at
tendant. Patience all gone, temper
ditto, ami stomach gnawing.' Such a
man is mini. Waiters pass him by in
differently as'he hails each one. They
are used to such cases. The noon din
ner hour at the down town restaurant
is the hour of every man and every
waiter for himself. There sits an angry
man, who "fixed his mouth" ere enter
ing for some dish, prompted by a ca
pricious appetite. Ordered it. Fn
eoiinters remark from waiter, "All
out." It seems to him as if that black
man took a malicious delight in so in
forming him. "They are always out of
everything exactly when 1 want it," is
his internal remark. As regards tem
per he will go t- wreck and ruin entire
ly if the shop is (-Ut of the next dish he
orders. Yur w aiter forgets half oiir
order, of course.
to have our
codec "1' lea si
If you are thus
won't bring it
dish, and you may wall uulil
is qlliti- over el'e he i)i ii s brill
you learn w hv plates are m:i
china an-l coffee cut's ha e
f it. Here
e (d -tone
an inch thick. H--re
ware must give place
a stii-'ticaily thin
to the haste that
bangs w are t
Here is eatin
il I;.-' table and
in tin' wash-tub.
11 the iio!'tcst lios.
aacis f.aded without
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The BcHt k5Hlvo lu tho world for Cuts,
BruiscB, Hores, Ulcers, Halt Kheum, Fever
Hores, Tetter, Clmppud Hands, ChilbkinH,
Corns, Hnd all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Tiles. It is guaranteed to givo per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prico
M cents pur box. For sale by Barclay
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at niight and broken
of your reel by a sick child suffering and
crying with puin of cutting teelh'f If so,
send at once and 'et a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Southing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lievo the poor little stiH'ercr immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, thero is
no mistake about it. It cuies dysentery and
diarrho'ii, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, te
duccs itiilauimution, ami (,'ivvs tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians mid nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Si-.i: a woman in another column near
Spei-r's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Sp.-er's Port Grape wiuo is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the; medical
profession, for the 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
Hiliiiiston Food Preservative Co.,
72 Kill y
To The West.
Tht ie ate a nuiul trot routes leading to
the above-mentioned set lion, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louii and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Iiuis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchisoc, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping' Cars of the very
lirest make are attached t- nil trains.
At Kansas t'ity Union Depot, pusseng t
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico an-l Cal
if 'roia fi.ni'iji-t with cxprts-i trains of nil
At Atcliisou, connection is made with
express (ruins for K visas und Nebraska
At imahi, ci'tinef-tii n is made with tiie
Overland truiu for California.
This line oilers to parties enroll te to the
West and Northwest, not only last time
and superior accomodation, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri an-l Nebraska. Send for
illustrated mapf, pamphlets, &c, of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. 15. Kltv.NAN, F. CliANDI.KK,
Ass't Gen'l IVs. Agent. Gcn'l Pass Agent,
Pviu: Con LivkkOil made from selectj.-l
livers, on the s'-a shor-', by (.'isWell, Hazard
A; Co, New Yi-rk, It is absolutely pure
and sweet. Patients who have once taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicians have
-H-ci it superior to any of the other oils
Chaitku Ham-, Face, muriX', and
rougn sin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Sip. wale bv Ca-well, Hazard &, Co.
NV-vY.rk. ' (3)
jHKKIFT S VI.K.
Hy i i'ii-' of nti i-i-c;t-i.n Ix'-i'-d on I of the
e'e r otfi' t: of 'to- -'IK un c-ii rt ol A'-llid-r retire
ty i. i fU': of Ii i.o i". ai.-l to me -liri-cii-d. where
by I ira roniMihi,'!'--! to male- tin- imoiint of i rer
'.r, jn.;.-m--i! r-.-"'iit'y ob tmin d nmnut Wiltrr S.
' i;i;itii, fiioir of li.-rij.i rn i n K t n ru out oflho
ifitiil. t.-L.'in- rjtK. l'-mi'Ih and cloitU of ibi md
W;tef . l.aii-l- f. I l-avi' levied on ibe followltig
di-n-r.ln d ; r-u -T'y. io it : All of aection i- even
i Hi In i'.i ii'iip iU'rti ( I ''. I mid In rar.c- I (-').
i-t of the !nl (irUi- ip-a! tiirrdatn. rtitlnlni! MO
i--ri-i-. tn- hiiovk ri- i.-i i un 'i in iviio: hiiq poidk
cti-iat. d In tin; county of Ali-mudcr and a'.ute of
Ther.-fiir-:. (-. rd'u..! to a!d rnmman-t, I PDall
i-xiio-.-lor i pn'Hic i .coon. ia id rigiii,
title Ifi-l inn ri-si ui in" move nanieu isauern.
I.ar.-li-r. in and lo the above ilen.'rilied nroper-y,
at 1 1 o'elock a. in . on Tn-miay tlm !'h 'lay of Auk. ,
In-.-,, at tlm m-i-t.-rly door ol tie: court hoiiee, in
c.lu of Ciilro. Mi",
fluted at Cairo, III , thin Mh dav of Anirnat, IsAJ.
Slierlff Alexand-'r County.
(IIKKIFF S ftAI.K.
Ily vlrl'H! of ui: cT" ni Ion lamed ont of the
rlrk olflce ol lb' circuit court of A.exander coun
ty an-l nut- of lliliiom. afi-l to m dir-ti'l-d. whero
hv I am i -iiiiiiiiidi d (o inaW-' tho amount of a cer
tain J-rkoii'-iit r-'i'- iitiy ohiHlin-d aKaiint Waller S,
l.aii-ler and harmed Lander 'n fnvor of llenlaiiiin
F.i urH out of tlm laiidn. teie niun'i, l'oo-I and
eha'lelKfil lln- raid Waltur K, Lander and Sainuul
Lander. I hnv-t levied on the follow
in 1 den ril'i -1 nronertv, to-wlt: All of
union eii-v n (III. lu township aixteen
(1-0 and In ruM."' two c.'i. entof llio Hid prin
cipal m- rldiMi. itid liuid l t I o n and b.-liiL' uttui
li.il In tin. ciilllit v -if Alelallller llllll KtKll! of lllinoia.
'I ben foie, ii'-ciirdiiii: to a-il-l coniinan-1, 1 ahull
ert in..- lor i-iil-j at public hucIIuii, ill tbc rluli t.
tide and Intercut of thi nhovo named Waller ti.
Lander and Siiinucl I.an-l- r, In and to the ahovo
il--c'ilied pmperiv. at 11 o'clock a. m., on Tn:aday
lliu lb riny'ol' At iruM, lss.1. at tlm wuHterly door
of tie- rimrl lintle. In city ol Cairo, 111"
Diiti-d at Cairo, I I . , thia (illi dav of Auun-t. lHSII.
.Hberill' Alexander County.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
--.. I ni. Ilnwiin: liiiiviinlcHMioi-x
.j-s itml inn null. r r.iHChrn ttHK
viuiic iimi .iiiknHiiii eeii-iiiii-.iH
iiii-I Ourininta arm
nilriicilri, lnr N-irviHinlMihll-It
-. I'iiiuIihI". HIiKiiniiitlam
nf Vital Knru, (Iwrwork
rd llmln, Wank lliick, Kid-
nay, I.tvar, and blomacB
rmni'liilnta, and araadapl
ml lu l.rriiKH Sr.x, 'I Iim
VMry luU-at Inv
provid and nn
from Iwlliand all
nthi.m, aa (hay
ciirrnnla Kit bout
luiids, ciiunlni no
Mirf.n, nnr Irrltu
ran Im wnrn nt
work M well an
rial. iinly nntltw
iilili. lo wniirar
)iwnr rui i lnl.d
i i.nt Mt
"tiiu-ia nf all
i. ni i.... .ill 'i'i.. .km fur MEN ONLY at nn-'n raarn
tlm Ki.ul ol illwiii-'. a" 0i'7 act dlrtti't ut-n Nannua,
Mimcnlar, and lIcnKmllva l-anKira. iiilll rutiirlw
ilia vltullly wlil' li I" Klwlrli-lly ilralin-il rrum thaaya
lm hy nioiiKa or lmlli-ri-Onri. thny thua In a nnliiral
Way riviirennia tlm w-'ulim-aa wlllinut ilrucalnu tha atom
lu ll 'I hoy will I'lil'K "vary enaa ulini t of atincliiral rla
unniirullun, and w arn irund In furnluli tba mnal
luiHiliiitU! an-l iih"iiliili liriinf In aiiiinrt nur clalmis
llliistrnti'il l'iiiuiblnt Kror.or aunt anulnd fnrllnpnataKa,
CcniuHiUon I AMERICAN GALVANIC CO,
fiat k Invltod I a 1 8N. Oth St.. St. LouH.M'
Noui-ojtono, fliew Neive-I.lfc, hlreiu'lli nnd
Viuon H it puslllve t'e-l-ii'al I en lnr Un- L rn of
Manlv Vltror In Youtnr, MltldlfAfJ and
Ul'I Men, no iiinlter I rum w iml eiui-e. In Nrr
void iJublllty, Exhauatlon, Impotency,
Hiiul'lill Wrubll'SH, mill Ulelfed nlllnelils.
Ilils ht -itidartl Rnmoily In llcnrtuln cui-e.iin-l
In nil Midi Hiilli'lorri, Who Hi'liil It MiileliK-lit of
llieli' Intllblea, IHIUMIItliy aitllli'leilf to troV3 ltl
Vll'luu will lie lent Fi'oo of Coat. Addreaa,
NFUROZONE MEDICAL CO..
PORT GKAPE WINE
2 Cf.-l ..fr-s '-v;s??A
Spxkr's Port CjJ'ape Wink !
I'Ol'U YHAi.S Old).
fPIUS CELKHUATKIl N ATI VK WINE la mala
from tint Jiiici) of tint Oporto i:ain-, ralaed iu
tbia country. Iik Invaiuabie tonic and rrrcnifth-i-nlni
propnrtiea aru linaurai.ai d bv any oilier
Naliva Wine. Il- ln.' tlm puru Juiro of the (Jrupu,
produced under .Mr. Speer'a own peraniil nupervl
aiou, !l purlly and Keuu im iiena, Hre Kuarantced
Tbt youueal child ni..y partake nf Its tri-neroui
qiialltien, and the weakeel Invaild it hi- it to art van
laL'n ft la particularly beiieflcliil to .lie aiji-d and
dehilllaled, and anited lu thit varioua aliineiita that
allVi t the enker m-x. It In I u every reapuct A
WINK TO UK HKI.IKIl OS.
Sneer's I ,). Sherrv.
The l J. KITKItK V la a wine of Superior ( bar
acter and partaken of tli rich qualitl--n of Itio krap
from which It la made Kor I'lirltv. ItlcbiiCiia, I'fa
vor and Medicinal Tri-pcrlic. it will bu found un
excelled. Sneer's P. J. P.ramly.
Thin Till ANDY "taii-la unrivaled In thi C-mn'ry
belturfar aitperior fr iiK-diclnal pnrpi. !. It In I
puredinlllatl jii Iroir the grape, and cmitali, va.
nible medtclnit propertiea. It ha a dellcitu fla
vor, aimllarto that of ihe rap- a, fneti which It i
dlatllii'd. md ta In un a: favur amuiiL' llr'-rla'
famlliea. -.ee that b i-i;-nat!iri- of At.KKKI)
SI'KKK, l'afaalc, N . J., is over Ihe cork of each
tSokl Hv PAUL. SC1IIJH
ANIJBV DRU(i(ISTS K VKR Y WII l-Ui'..
Hvufl'i Sp.'Clflr Inn bt.-n the nieina of brininng
health md happii:---.! to t!.ouarnls wlm were
pronounce-i Itirurahl.' of llini.-l r:J sWn litcrinc.
HEAR TIIE WITM'SSES!
Saved from a Horrible Death.
dollar for I n t in ! nuinv of the h.-t
m--U:cl men. witl.o'it ai.v b--i)'-r,t. 1 i:!-r-.-.j ei
cruciatirjg'y. and all mi h.-at fro ti-i vti-d me
that the :ry hit-J of deaih j (.-;! a;.;.r, i:g .
I riugbt it . S .. a rtrowr.itiir .n it i
itraw. f-er tir. two !ni-.tn- I ceti'.d I..-.-I
chmee fur the t..-itr The tor- b'inntod.i
rharce frvi-H and th Hh--um'.l-ni toi."i Whsn
I bad taken :x b-Jtt.-- every mi- r id h t.ed atd
my ikln bein to i!:i.ie a f.Ht irii aytrince I
pe'raieted nntll I btidtsli-n v-- '--et e. Ia:;e
r .e, nd TH EKK l-M-IAM MI'IuM OKTUS
DI-sKA-sK KI.MAlMMi. and I f..i & - 1 m I
ev.-r d'd I have i;:te'i iw.'f.tvnine pe-i:rl In
fl.-eh. and my frleb'.-- w-iieti r at mv imp ov--d cou
dltlofi. I have r-ricirr,-'nd' d ltton.any. tidin
every liittice with r.nii'.'.et.- ij .-.-.. I iltve
thil S. S. S. baa nv.-d me from a t.-irri!-; dt-a'b.
e'. II. MILKY, i,"i.Bcy. IK.
I 1111 Hire tl.! :!!' Specili- nv.-i' mv '. fe. I
wa terribly pol-nm-d w.tli M'i ar.a. mid w ,i j;:ven
up to die. ' S I ft ' S j i r r reh'.-ve-l nie prumptly
aii-l entirely. I tliink It la the i'ra'.-at r.-eie-ly of
the ue. C M' N 1 K H .
S-ip . (j.i Work-, Home. lia.
Write fur a copy of the Utile book (n:
I llllll KI'.WAItll will be pid to anv t'h. mift
Ifl."IIt wiUWl iimi, un ,i,i!ifii ot i'Mbottlel
i S, S . one partiO of iiierctirv. iodide potn-sltim
or any mineral aitbatntire.
tiuc swirr srF.ciKic co..
Drawer :, Atlanta, (il.
Til E liAblilllAV"
V ...... ' ' -.I
u, e.T . '
A New md fomplete Hotel, rr.-ntlni! on l.-'Veu
Second and Hailrotut hlree.la.
The I'aMeniicr Detiot of tlm Chlrairo, St. Lonln
and .u-w (Jrleana: Illlnola Central; Wabiiefi, St.
Loula and Tactile; Iron Mountain and Southern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairn an-l SI. Louia Kallwayi
Bro all Juat acroaa thii atreet; while the Steamboat
LanriiiiK ia but one arjiiare dialiint,
Thla Hotel I" In uted by hIciuii, hu fl-'ani
Laundry, llvdrauilo lilevalor, Ml-'-lrtc full lt-'ll.
Automatic Kin -Alarm. Hatha, nbioilm-'ly puru air,
perlect ai'werai-i! anil i ontpU'te Hpp'ilntnieiita.
HiiHirb ftiMitshltiirH; p.tifir.i kitvIcc; ind an an
BKCt'lleil luhlf .
I j. V, I'Allll'Kili'V ('.. I,OMH..'
Any Uonackeoper In the land ai trii'lifttftA
Rtovi-pat In new Fir Ilnck. nevt rnriitea ami new
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS.
A BS Ti MiO
AO IhMtwh-i rrum iinllirri'itimK, nr.ii.ri nr nth.roumin
mk, ann.rviHl, l" iilrlli"l, 'li)'.l'llv ilrlltieil, and iidiM M
wrfiirra llft-'i dmlea irnHil)-. ran Im- o.-eful; .nil ram.
Mallr ourtit, lil-ii'ii iii-mx h mnll.-liii . Fiiiliir.nl bydmhin,
BilBliHri anl Hi' I'"'"- ""bfil mv. i 'Tatoki
Minafimiini nrrvaiia 'nll"l,. rnrmcni ir-H-ay,-bnhillrin"ri"-s(
I II K M 1IImTI)nThiI.I;h.Vb2
Vlaaraaa aa.-iml iiro.naln r.nuirulnu to full ind m
anannn, r niiu-, rin-vii,, ui.biiij, ).Haab MM
t. oninn"vi''n wim iiiiT.mi.il rr,
TON tiEUKlif CO M W. Utk St. JIM IMi
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