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When You aro In Trouble
Doni be dismal Vour. liver is tor
pid, perhaps, and you may be said
to be bilious. The way to help you
out of the diffio'lty is to take
Brown's Iron Hitlers, which sets
disordered livers at work in good
Don't be crnss and angry! Your
digestion is bad, and that upsets
your disposition. If you will try
jjrown s iron l...
the digestive i
away in short o-
and you cr;:
think you cz.
Litters will j :
, you will find
it You are
Llood is thin,
? trouble, or
iron into your
lingr the blood,
making it a royal red color, and
giving you the strengtn you need.
The troubled, the weary, the
despondent, the nervous, the debil
itated, and the bilious find rest, re
pose, refreshment, and reconstruc
tion in the use of that prince of
Tonics, Brown's Iron Bitters. The
druggist charges a dollar a bottle
for it. ro
From tbe Moroes aiiM Una foorthaot
the dlcJi- of toe human no. Tbeaa
symptom lndioaw tbelr zutenc : !
imUU, Bwels eoctir.. Sick Ewl
"MiWtoiw alUr Htlu, iTmlniu
rtloa mt body or mind, EtmmIm
mt l4, IrritaiUitr of Bpr, Low
spirits, x rrlla of havtn MibcM
tarty, INntaoM, FlnU rl at t.
Hrt, Dot be for tt. ., highly eel
ra CrtM, COSrriPATlO.V and do
Band th dm of ramedy that sot direoOy
on Um Utot. A tltnt medicine TCTT'fc
IMLlJl liare no equal Tnelr aotloc on tbe
Kidney and Skin U also prompt ; remoTicg
avu unpunue uroogn ue inree Mmr-
pti w mrttcm," productnf appe
tSU, aoaad diwaon, regular HooU, clear
eaaa no naoae or griping nor tnterXers
with dally work and are a perfect
AMTIPOTE TO MALARIA.
' BB FEELS LIKE A STEW HAS I
"l asrre bad Dyspepsia, with Constipa
ttotutwo yean, and bare tried tea dlgerant
klnda oi pill, and TlTl'S are the first
that bar done me aar food. They hare
etaaaed me oat nicely, My appetite 1
splendid, food dlceeta readily, and I now
hava naiural paee&rea. I feel like a new
naa. W.b.KDWAEDS, Palmyra, O. ;
BoUevtTTwatn.Me. Oft(,M Murray 8ulf.T.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Gut Hat ok Wnmu ehacged In
stantly to a Glosst Black try tingle ap.
plloauoo of this Ore Sold fry VngfixU.
Of aent by exprea on receipt of 9 U
Office. 44 Murray Street. New Tort
Tirrt mamai ennui vtumt mi.
Without ledieme. !
A Y:ai: Diecovery for (applying Magnetism to
the Bamaa By era. ElecufcttVand Magaetisa
ia4asw bof s (or Heailngtn eick.,
IE MAGXiTOJ. APPUAKCK CO.'S
Magnetic Kidney, Belt! :
FOB XXH IS -
WAEBAXTED TO CUBE
T txrr'B tit f kraia? d:ei4 arioa.Bd
lea Pj iri bacx. iiooi ubm,
t tjj'w. s-uif. mu) e arau. oca urr.
aztrsraJL r.iAiTt. ivkal!. mutt a.
tniitt fit T jL.ii it- irux n:juv(Ba, tji
una. Ctji. ic3t. EaUMfii, iao.ebcy.
1 m E-t Iri Irpet a. CouTlpitioa.
(ii:r-'i. Bcnia or Ksptsre. t ;
in, ri.t. yijt-f. aat Ant. etc.
i t t:Ji!T of tae tiKXIKATXV' OK
CA occu. LuM V.ia'itj. Lac of hrr Fre
axil V f , nar en. aad a! taoe Ii
mm a "'j & , iroa vtturver caaae,
utiOvf t-c-ii of Birovtioa xrmeu (
Itrotthibe vna. mirt "evjre tben ta a healthy
actios. Tbore li xu miriit antral ;t) App
( art4ffl etd
with ' mt ii.
FiHii. of ib AOmK.
' ! 4enniat,',
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v -" of nc rter.rt'
: of tihot Kmi
!c ''jrretcjr, ?Lt in letter at
Wace can m.ide
Tse ''asfnefe (Hrmer.ti' &e flared to all
are won ir 131 oni';rc;o,,b'.o (n t t ext to the
body like the many vt)vfit'. aa't E.ectrlc Ham-,
bam 4t-h1 d io nt'TiilTe.y). and iboald be
tak n "ff at D Rbt. The. bold tselr POWKK
PuKEVBit. and are om at all eaona of tt.e
Head uir,p for the "Mew Departure la Medical
TreatmeLt witbout MedtclDe." with thoaaaodt of
TUB MAGNETON APPLlANCIt CO..
3 State Htreet, CbluKO. Ill .
Nori. Send one dij ar In poaiage atanpe or
earrency (in letter at oar riik) wlia (lie ol ihoe
uaally worn, and try a pair of oar Mimetic In
olee. and be eonrioced of the power reildinz ta
oar other Magnetic Appliance. PoilU'ely no
cold feet when tbey are worn, or money refunded.
Bach for Ramari-
Jean one medicine be
apeeUo for Ept
ham Batlaa. Skunuin. uum.in.
.ImI VVekaeaB, and tfty other
twaalalaur" Ht claim It a ikTSm-
fcehlood. IUSerrtne,BeKW.nt, Alterative and
llre properUeimeetalithecondlUoM herein
referred to. It'e known teorWuHdeu
L KtEiRIVIE T CIOIIOIUIEIR OiRl
M 1 1 I I V M I I III 1 1 I
It quleta and compotee tbe patleut not by the
lntrodnctton of opiate and drastic cat battle a, but
by the reiteration of acUrity to the itomach and
Berroaf tyatem, whereby the brain ta relieved
of morbid faoclea, which are created by Iba
finitf above ref erred to.
To Clergymen, Lawyer. Literary men, Ver
Chant. Banker. Ladle and all those who ecd
notary employment causee nerron prottraUon,
Irrefalariue of the blood, etomach, bowel or
kidney orwho require a nerve tonic, anpettzeror
ttmnlant, SaaaaiTiii Nibvthi 1 Uivtlaable.
Tnonaand proclaim It the moat wonderful lnvig
prant that ever initained tbe linking yatenu
jJA BoMhy all Drmtiu. (14
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDINESDAY MORNING JANUARY 30, 1884.
The Daily Bulletin.
orriCE: NO. 78 OHIO LKVEE.
OFFICIAL FAPJfH OP AL.BXAMUEB U)UKTT.
tNTKKKD AT TH CAIBO POeTorriCB TOB
TBAN8MIS8ION TUBOuOHTHK MAIL AT
8BCOND CLASS BATES.
TrltMS OP SU"SCItIPTION:
Dally one jeai by eKrrier.-.....-- .-I1 00
laipercwnt.diecoan' ll paid In advance.)
11.11 nn. .ar h niil u .m. ,u
Daily, one month
Weekly, one year
lf. A monthi '
Pobllehedevi-ry Monday mm. .,..
if Cube of five or more (or uTeekiy fiulletln at
on- tlm . perye.tr. fl.50. Powe in all ewe
All CommanicatiO hoald bi addrewed to
E. A Bl'RSKTT.
?nbhf ti'ir and Proorletor.
OUK CltAZY QUILT.
A Piporwork t'olioilion of Iirlght
Scraps From Various Source.
Pobblo Painting the I-atr-st -lithetlo
Crac The Daiuti' St of Tea Oowns.
Arrangement antl l)Hratloiia of Dining-Rooms
LEAR.YISO HEB LETTERS.
OurGoldie U learninir her letter:
A funny perple little pucker.
Just under the tangle of brown.
"Whit two mark! wlr one mark atrow
"Tliat li 'A.' " maiEma BmUeei "next U
0 yea," Goldle nod 'Anntle aaid o:
'Au 'e one 'at make honey for me!
"Now what tummln nertf' "That la 'C
Why.'rriamma, Tm fweld you dont
know;" , , , , . , v
(With a brlffht, little, i't twinkle-winkle),
'Au 'O' wlv a hole In it eol
Hre 8 one Kick an" one tick pot over."
"Tbt' 'T.' mamma y; Goldie, then,
Looks tbnughtf oily down at her primer
. , 1 wonder where totfre la, en?
Ada Carleton S10 idnrd, in Good Cheer.
THE LATEST FREAK IX DECORATION.
Stone of porous subt-tance can Dot re
ceive either oil or water colors until itt
absorption Las been stopped. For water-color
paintings upon small and fine
stone, take white of eg and well satu
rate the surface with it; when thor
oughly drv, execute the painting with
body colors and varnish with white
spirit varnish. For large painting in
oils prepare the stone as follows: Melt
an ounce of pure white wax. and while
it is warm mix turpentine with it until
it runs easily and yet is thick; add a
small quantity ol sugar of lead, and a
large quantity of French oil varnish, o
thai a liquid U made. Brush this on to
the stone before it has cooled, and paint
over it with the ordinary oil colors
mixed with varnish. The preparation
will make the ground eolor of the work,
or a ground color can be painted in
over it with some deeper shade.
Fur a small cost, a pretty ornament
for the drawing-room tan be made by
painting pebbles, either in oil or water
colors, with flower pictures or lanl
scapes. The pebbles selected should
be well-shaped ovals, as fre from holes
and cracks as possible. The pebbles
can be painted on their rough outside,
but when something superior Is want
ed, either for inlay:ng a table or box,
or for a really handsome paper-weight,
tbe pebble is "cut horizontally through
in two equal parts by a lapidary and
poiiiiied. A smooth, even surface,
from all holes, may be thua obtained,
and a handaomcly-teined margin of
stone can be Mt round tho painting
which rrju.'h enhances its beauty. For
a r' uzh surface, first thoroughly wash
the pebbie and dry it, then till up any
ema.l holes with" a nvx-.ure made o"f
parchment eize and whiting; apply this
with a palette knife, put it on smoothly,
and wl en thoroughly dry rub it down
with saud paper, i'xnt over the sur
face witL. a mixiure of Chinese white
and wter-color megilp, for water-color
pa'nSn'z: or wii.i flhk win'.'? (oil col
or) htid go"- JiieforOil painiing. This
surface painting or gi-'jun J color is in
t'MdtvJ to stop absorption of the
color into the s ou'!, ar.d wh?n a po
ru4 stone i b ;;ag 'worked upon, re
quires to Le (ijip'.i 1! sev-ral ;i:n Thr
ground color, applied and dry, tako a
lead p.ncil and trace out tue chief
l!n'S of the drawing upon the pebble,
and theu paint in the ordinary manner.
Put the work by for a day to allow the
colors to dry -completely, then retouch
the lightest and brightest places, and
deepen any shadows. Allow the work
to dry thoroughly, ana then varnish
with mastic varnish. Apply one coat
of this, let it thoroughly dry, and rub
it down with a silk handkerchief and
the palm of tbe hand; then apply a sec
ond coat, ana ruu smoom in me same
way, finishing by rubbing over a little
mutton 1 at, ana ruuuing 11 on again.
When painting the polished smooth
pebble, no mixture of parchment size or
whiting win ue rcqutrea, ana the stop
ping color need only be put on once,
and then so that a handsome margin of
pebble is left around the picture.
DATNTT FANCIES OF TI1K SEASOH.
No fashionable outfit, says the Philv
delphia Times, is now considered com
plete without one or more of tho beau
tiful tea-gowns, which are at present in
the height of popularity, and they cer
tainly are very eraccful and becoming.
n. reiiaoie r.ngnsn autnoruy, wno fa
vors these charming negliges, tells of
the yards and yards of ribbon and the
fabulous quantities of lace or silk em
broidered net used in the r adornment
and finally gives fancy and good taste
great liberty in their design and con
struction, but there are general circles
which must be observed in their forma
tion or else they lose thelf charm as to
gowns, and become ordinary dresses or
A delicate tea-?own of mastic surah
is fancifully trimmed with lace and
two-faced velvet and satin ribbon.
These ribbons sprinz from the side of
tho half-fitting waist, are carried tow
ard the back, passed through ribbon
ring, and allowed to fall in long ljops
to the edge of the skirt. The blouse
front is of surah silk, in alternating
stripes of mastic and scarlet, with llnea
in b ack and gold, and below the bag
are three flouuees, each trimmed with
Very stylish and effective for a bru
nette is a tea-gown of salmon-colored
rhadames, with bag front of tilted Ca-
laia, vi me picturesque "peasant" pat-
Ane skurt is scolloped at tho
edce and beneath is a flounce of lace
over satin. The satin sleeves are out
up the front io antique ityle and tUed
with puffs of laoe.. The Watteau lra
pery oack of the gown falls from the
neck in puffa to the edge of skirt.
Young ladies are now wearing cor
sages and low-neck waists of plain sat
inTwitb skirts of white or tinted tulle,
the color of the bodice corresponding
with the flowers or ribbon decorating
tho skirt A ballet skirt of white tulia
is showered with king-cups on flexible
stems, a girdle of satin ribbon, tho
same brisht color of the flowers, being
tied in a loose knot low on the front of
the skirt. Threads of gold tinsel are
run through the material of the upper
skirt, and form a pretty finish just
above tho hem. The corsage is in cloth
of go'.d, with quilling1 of white lace
about neck and sleeves with flexiblo
stem (lowers on the left shoulder.
Anothur white tulle skirt is sprinkled
Tvi' h tiny dots of silver and ornamented
. : Murg'.it rites end loops of white
f; ..u ribbon. The waist is of silvery
ssitin trimmed with flowers and ribbons.
The third fekirt is in shrimp-pink and is
trimmed with rows 01 narrow wine-rea
ribbon and a pleated girdle of the same
tied at the side. The waist is of wine
red velvet corded with shrimp-pink and
trimmed with quillings of lace with
very rich effect.
TABLE AXD SIDE-BOARD SCARFS.
A somewhat novel way to trim a ta
ble scarf is to put three-cornered pieces
of sUk or satin on each end. Have
these pieces half a yard deep at the
longest side, in the corner embroider a
spray of flowers; where the satin or silk
end joins the center part of the scarf
put a row of fancy stitches. A dark
crimson felt scarf, with one end light
blue, the other of crimson shaded to
brown is very handsome. Outline
work or etching in colored cottons, on
crash or momie cloth, may be quickly
done, and is applied to numberless
uses. Doylies are very pretty deco
rated in this way, and a set thus orna
mented forms a m at acceptable pres
ent to a housekeeper. Side-board
scarfs, b o'clock table cloths, tidies
whioh are constantly used on sofa or
easy chair, bureau sets' splashers, all
these and more, afford a wide fluid for
this effective, yet easy, needlework.
For the doylies, fruiU and nuts, or ta
ble furniture, such as knives and forks,
crossed spoons, a teapot, a pitcher, a
cup and saucer, etc., are chiefly used.
Kate. Greenaway pictures are wrought
on everything, and scenes from folk lore
or ilotber Goose are almost as popular.
One of the daintiest bit of art nee
dlework to be seen anywhere is a scarf
table-cover of olive and garnet plush.
On one end is a branch of snow-balls,
with raised flowers, first filled in with
zephyr until the flower is high enough,
then covered with the pale green arra
sene, and Lastly dotted thickly with the
tiny white flowers, each in four petals
of filoselle. Across the other end of the
cover is a spray of tulips, red and yel
low, somewhat of an anomaly as to
their arrangements, since whoever saw
a spray of tulips, but perfect as to the
flowers and foliage in themselves.
Round yellow oranges, with white blos
soms, decorated another table-cover; J
indeed, there is literally no end of
Take a flat piece of board sawed out
something like a shield, with a hole at
the top for hanging it up. Upon the
board nail a wire pocket made of an ox
muzzle flattened on one side; or make
something of the kind with a stiff wire.
Line this with a sheet of close moss,
which appears green behind the wire
network. Then fill with loose, spongy
moss, such as you find in swamps, and
plant therein great plumes of fern and
various swamp grasses; they will con
tinue to grow there and hang gracefully
over. When watering, set a pail under
for it to drip into. It needs only to
keep the moss always damp, and to
sprinkle these ferns occasionally with a
whisk broom, to have a most lovely or
Laaient fur your room or halL
DEVICES IS DECORATION.
Dainty labie mats are crocheted of
v,'. knit ing cotton, in oblong shape.
..;y are unisiiuu wun a crochet eue
of the cotton or with torchon or Irbh
In a small dining-room, a sideboard
may of ttimes be iu the way, and can be
discarded entirely by the use of a small
carving table, with a corner cupboard
to hold the silver. A small set of
shelves may be hun? above the table
for holding plates or china.
This is an admirable method for
"frosting" a ChristmaB tree: First
simply sprinkle the tree all over with
water, shaking off any superfluous
quantity, and then dredge It with flour.
If there is too much water on the
branches the flour will cake. In a few
minutes it becomes hard, and will last
A handsome library screen has a
frame-work of mahogany. It is square
in form, and the center is filled with
black velvet, decorated with embroid
ered fans. These are not over two and
one-half inches long, and are embroid
ered in outline stitch in varied colors
and many designs, but in form they are
A useful and even tasteful cover for
the marble slab of the sideboard Is
made of a strip of canton flannel just
the width of the slab. It should be
long enough to hang over at the ends
four or five inches. Trim the edge with
white or colored ball frinsrs. and if vou
wish, a row of Kate Greenaway figures
may be outlined at each ond. Line the
flannel with firm, white cotton cloth, or
itn turkey rod calico.
Pillow shams, in accord with the new
fashion of having colors in bed furni
ture, are made with a square of blue,
red, or pink satin, edged with a wido
lace insertion, on narrow strip of satin
ana an outer ooraer 01 lace lour or uve
inches wide. The satin center may be
either painted or embroidered. A pret
ty pair made later bas the well
known night and morning of Thorwold-
sen in oiacn ana watte.
One of the latest novelties in lain
shadua is iced or crackled class, wbicti
was the invention of a Frenchman named
Bay. The peculiar crackled appear
anco is ootainou uy covering the sur
face of tho sheet of glass with a thick
coating of somo coarse-grained flux or
some more easily fusible glass, and
theu subjecting it to the action of a
btrnnj lire. As soon as the coating is
fused aud the table red hot, it is with
drawn and, rapidly subjected to a cool
ing process, which at ouce separates"
the layer of r flux from the underlying
6urface and leaves behind tho evidence
of its attachment to the same in regu
lar outlines, scales, crystal forms, etc
Iiktory of Old Maids.
It will perhaps rather startle many
of the sex to learn that some illustrious
fathers of the church have held the
doctrine that "when our progenitors
were first created it wan U,e intention
of Heaven that Eve herself should be
come an old maid." And further, that,
according to St Romuald, Eve herself,
in tho ninety-ninth year of the world,
instituted a religious order of "certain
young women, who were to continue
virgins, and preserve unextinguished
the lire whioh had fallen from Heaven
on the sacrifice of Abel" The latter
myth is evidently identical with that
of the origin ol the Vestal Virgins in
Rome. Then we have tbe story of
Kunaza, the most beautiful of all the
ninety-aud-lhree daughters of Enoch.
who, "in the 291st year of her ae re
jected the last offer that was made to
her of marriage," and remained single
to her death, rassinj from mvthical
tradition to history, the author men
tions as a fact worth noticing that
throughout the whole historv of the
Jews there is no record of the existence
of any one distinguished old maid. Nor '
was spiosterhood held in any- more
favor among the Greeks and Romans,
though the nondr and respect paid to
Diana, and Minerva, ' and the Vestal
Virgins would seem to imply that un
der certain circumstances old maids
were tolerated. But after the Chris
tian era, as our author points out with
much learning and ingenuity, there
was an "infinite increase of old maids."
The whole) sex seems to have been in
flamed with a passion for virginity,
which was eagerly fostered by many of
the most distinguished fathers of the
No Chloroform Wanted.
A farmer living a few miles from
Austin, whose wife was troubled with
an aching tooth, decided one day to
come to town with her for tbe purpose
of having it extracted. The pair took
a seat in the cars, and soon after the
train started the farmer walked forward
into the smoking car, telling his wife
he would be back directly. While her
husband was absent the conductor
came leisurely along, ticket punch in
hand, and approachTug the old lady,
reached over forher ticket, whereupon
the victim of tbe toothache opened ner
mouth and caught him, saying: 'You
needn't mind giving me chloroform,
doctor; just pull it right out anyhow.
1 can stand it, ana wnen John come
he'll settle with yer." Texas Sif tings.
My Wife Had Fit.
'Tor 33 Tears," says our correspondent
Henry Clark, of Fairfield, Lenawee Co.,
Mich- "my wife bad fits. They would last
about an hour, and sometimes Uogtr. Sa
maritan Nsrvins bas permantntly cured
Cub Well Snent.
loney sxpendsd in personal adornment
is often foolishly wasted upon articles of no
intrinsic valot. A bottle af 80Z0D0XT,
bowsver, is worth its weight in gold to any
one troubled with peer teeth, and its pries
is cssh woll spent by the purchaser. Though
it will sot make the teeth regular, they
who use it are astonished at tbs rapid im
provement it effects in tbs dental row.
Moreover, they breath sweetnsis, and bsvs
healthy gums and ruddy lips.
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of thever
faithful wife and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
tbey are assailed by disease, and the sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood pari
fled, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Bitters are tbe only
sure remedy. Tbey are the best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost fifty
cents. Sold by Barclay Bros. , (4)
Adviee to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and t.ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying 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 - sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates tbs stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins-
low's oootbing Byrup tor Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of tbe oldest and best female
physicians and nurses In tbe United Status,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
tbe world, race 99 cents a bottle.
rierer was such rush made lor any
Drug Store as is now at Barclay Bros'
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and, Colds,
All persons affected with Asthms, won
chitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat and Lungs, can get
a trial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at above Drug store. )
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Alone the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Tras and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
seres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
13.00 to S800 and 14.00 per. wre, in
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. ' Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of its
tlstics of crops raised io Arkansas and Texas,
In 1883. and make ur your mlad to go and
ana for vouriulf when veu learn that the crop
for 1888 Is 50 oer cent larger than . that of
1883. ' To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-iourtn, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoney paid lor tickets or freight
over tbe Companies lines. ; -.
H. 0. TowmurD, Gsn'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
A8TKB'8 8 ALB.
STiTi or Illinois ) Circuit Court of
Couktt or Auiandib ( In Chancery.
John Hodge - --
Mary Uodnes, Vary IIole, Jr.. "arah Jan
lludge and John Alexander Hodge
PoMIe notice Uhoruby gitvn thilt. In purauanc
of decree mude aud eulored y nald court la
the b ve entitled ciu , ou thollttdar of Jan
uary, A. 1). IsH ,1, AlfXiindr II. Irvln, niaater
in chancery of the laid circuit court of Alexander
eount. will, on ,
WEDNESDAY, THE 13TH DAY OF FEBHUA
at the hour of 11 o'clock In the forenoon,
at theouthweterly doornf the court bonne in the
city of Cairo, county of Alexander tad uu of
Illinol. iu at public auction, to the
hlgheet and bet bidder, for caib,
all and nioeular. the following described
premise and real eatute in taid decree
menion d, aituate lu tho county of Alexander ai d
dale of llhni.ls, or o much thereof a ehall be
ufllclent to aatiafr laid decree, lo-it: The north
weit quarter of the nmtheait quarter of nect on
one (I), in townfhtp ilxteen (IS),routh and in
ranee two(j) wet of the third principal meridian.
Dated, Cairo, Illlnoii, January V2d. !sKl
ALKX. II. IKVIN.
Mauler In Chancery,
M nlkoy & Leek, Com,)Uicnt' Solicitors.
Swift' Specific i entirely a rentable prepara
tion, and abould not be confounded with tbe va
rioui aubatltulee, imitation!, uon-eecret butubuK,
"Snccn Alteran,'1 etc.) etc, which are luw be
ing manufactured by larioos penon. None of
th onaiaina einrle article which enter Into the
composition of S. U. 8. Thtre 1 only one Swift
Specific, aud there i rothlng in tbe world like It.
Tuprerent dlaaatexanddlaapyolntment, be aar te
get tbe genuine. j
Swltt' Speciflc la a complete an'ldote to Blood
Taint, Blood I'oiann, Malarlnl Pnlaon and Skin
Humour. J. bicaiNabN but u M.D., Atlanta, Oa
1 have bad remarkably oucceet with Swift' Spe
cific In the treatment of B'end aid tik n Dtseare,
and 10 Fumale U;cue. I took It Biyaelf for Car
buuele with hapr effect.
- D.u. C.Hsnkt.M.D , Atlanta, Ga.
I nied Swift' Specific on my llttl daughter, who
wan afflicted with torn Blood Poiton which h"d
raalated ail aorta of treatment, i be Hpeclnc ie
llered her permanently, and I ahall uie it la my
pracUce. W. E. uhonti. M.K.,
Cyprer Uldge, Ark.
In USO I came from the North to take charge of
the ga work in Rnm-, as (aperlntendent. and
aftartho OYtrflow, which occurred In tba (prlng
following, I waa Terv much exposed to malarial
polaon. ana in 12 found my blood to contamina
ted with the poison that I wa forced to glv up
buMnest. I Has t:ctedby the pbyai'lana without
- My trouble finally determined In an abscess of
the llvkr and nearly every use (mt self Included)
thought I was d .OTied to di within a few day,
in tbi condition I wa advised bT a friend to taxe
Swltt' Hp-ctkc. and I took it lust as a drowol r
man would catch at a straw, but as toon it my
system got under the Influence ol the remedy, tbe
abscess came to a point and bunt, passing 06
without pala. In lift' en days af'er this I was up
at my work and bar since enjoyed excellent
Every suflVrer from malarial poison should tak
Swift' Hpeclflc. f. 0. t-rncci,
. Supt. Bum Oaii Light Company.
Our treastlse on Bloo 1 and k kin Disease mailed
free to applicants
TEE 6WIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drw.:i S, Atlanta, Oa.
New York Office, 1M West 23d St.
ABSOLUT EL r CUBES
PA IT RtUXM, FrZKMA. SCROTI 'LA, WALD
Ilrwl, Kr.inueiaa.'lHU-r, HIvrs. Ifendrun, barbera
IUb, rlnii'M, ."tliiK". '.'arhuiirlrs, HnM i'msuoitig
and PuiiHl Wounds, Klugworm, Huuburn, ana
all diMHiof tbe fln.
Fur Piles, Mounds, Cuts, fleers or Sores, no
rniiy bi soprmpl In south m and healing as
I'ailln Skiu Cure. It d'ws nut smart or burn.
Dvtctimt in In tanjvaga aecotpanf every bottle. 1
ABdOLUTHLY CUEES ... 1
NASAL CAT A KKH, ACCTE ur CHRONIC COLD .
in Uu Head, Kcse Cold, bruucblal Catarrh and '
Clvanses tbe n'aitriU. permits natural breathing,
and prevents lijcnulattmi. tiur!t and mewing.
ll It a itx- UK l ure fur Cold In Uia Hd tikh
la caused by sudden baHKes iu tbe aiuiuspbere.
Dimtimt isj ttn Imyuaqti accompany mry botttt.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICACO.
TOR BALE BY ALL SBU0018TS.
For Sale bv
PAUL Cx. SCHUH,
Special Agts. in this citv.
- uc :' For , Sale bv
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Shortest and Quickest Route
St. louis and Chicago.
The Onlv lane Hunninj
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connkotiok
riuia List Cairo:
Arriving in 8t. Loai 1:45 a.m.; Chicago, H:80 p. m.i
Connecilnx t Odin and KfUngbarn for Ctnela-
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HBU, LlUU.XtllO, uiuuuuuiui tuu (JU1UIS AMI.
18.S0 p. m. Fust St. Loula and
vv rsinrn AixprtaaB.
rrlvlng :n Bt. Loal 6:15 p. m., and aonntotlsf
for all point West. , , , t
3;45 p.m. I''ut Kmresa.
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at ft. LaU
H:l v.m.. and ChlraeoT:20 a m.
. 3:45 p.m. CIuuinnHtl Emrstas.
ArriTing at CinciunaU 7:00 a.m.; Lomirill 6:U
ww. . Tni........ll. 1 .. - .
v.m.., I.1U.U.UUIII aj ui. ratuger .7
this train reach tb abova point U to 30
UOUKb lu advance ol an; oth.r ronte-.
" -" " vbh w viucinnau, wunoni
anga, and throngh deeper to Bt. loal aad
Fast Time East.
Passengers h'tbl?z mj fs?r
eanted by Sunday Inttmnlng. Tb Katordar aftar-
mwu n m iiuui vairu arrives lu nsw lor JSODQay
uuruiuK ai iu:oo. i Qiriy-sn nour in aavancsoC
MfFor through tickets and furtbsr lnfnrnattoB,
PilT at Illluols Central Kail road Kepot, Cairo.
J H. JONK8, Tlcact Afent.
A. H. HANSON. Gen. Pas. Agent. Chlcac
R R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
Tra.n Depart. Train Arrlr.
c. ST. L. H. 0. H. b. (Jackson route).
tVall 4:45 a.m.
Express ..... 10 a.m.
Ujpress ..,.10:50 a.m.
Aeenm I Kln m
bt. L. c. r. k. (Nirrow-gaue).
Ex prra 1:15 a.
hi. Mail.. . 4:10 p a.
Ai-i-mn -10 p.m.
ST. L. A I. 11. n. R.
tZxpre 100 p.m. tEipref.....I:M p.m.
BT. L. P. R. K.
Mafl fe r..4 ro.m. I 'Mali 4 9 SOp.m.
Accom 4:00 11 m I S trr..m in svi rm
KrelgbU.--..t:6 a.m. Preltht 6:4J p.m.
MOBILE OHIO K. K.
til 6:5ft a.m. Mall B:10p..
Dally except Snadar. t Dallr.
ABRIYAL AJtD DKPARTt'BE OP KAILS.
Arr at I D.p'rs
v. u. 1 1
I. C. R. B.(itrout:b lock mail).
S a. m.
9 p. m.
9 p. m.
9 p. m.
6 a. a.
9 80 aa
4 p. a.
(war mall)... 4 80p.m
.6 p. m.
Iroa Mountain II
Wabash It. H... .
i" p. m.
Texaa 4 8t. l.onts K. R.,
7 p. m.
5 p. m.
1 p. m.
hat. 4 Mon.
Mis hi ver arrlvss Wed.
" deoaru Wed.
,.7:80 am to 7:30 pal
P O. ear del. on n from
P.O. box del. ot cn (rum.
PtiDdayl gen. eJe.. open from. ...8a. m. to 10a.m.
Bnndav tmx del, open from 6 a. m. to 10:50 at
...0. U lUip. H.
t7-.wm cnanii.-a will b nuillahed froai
tint to time In citv Dsrcrs. Chsnire vour card a
eordlngly. VVM. II. MUKPUT. P. M.
' orriciAx DiagcTojii, (
Mayor Thomas W. riall.dar.
Treasurer Cbarlt p. Neljis.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley. ' '
Counselor W m. B. Gilbert.
Harshal L. H. Meyers.
ttomrv William liendricks.
Police ilagis'rue A. Comings.
tb or iloimii,
ftret Ward Wm. McHale, Harry Walker ,
Second Ward-Jee Hinkle, C.N. Ungh(
Third Ward B. P. Blake, Eg en Smith.
Konrth Ward-Charlc O. Patler, Adoiph 8 wo
"Iftb Ward Cria. Lancaster. Hanry Btont.
Circuit Jodga O. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. B. Irvln.
County Judge J. H. hobtnson.
County Clerk B.J. Ilunim.
County Treassrup Miles W. Parker.
Sheriff John Hodge.
Coroner R. Fitzgerald
County Commissions T. W. Hallldiy, J.
Mnlcahr and Peter Haun
r 30 ONION. SQUARE NEWY0RK.V
; ILU v w MASS. ' QA. 7
rOR SALE BY
H. Steagala & Co., Cairo. . 111.