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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 18, 1884.
A LOST CHILD I
Mysterious Disappearance of
Froward Young Lady From a
St. Louis Convent.
Cora Weber, of Atchi:on, Kas., Eludes
the Vigilance of Her Keepers
Fears that She Has Drowned Hersell
Mingled Wi'.h Hopes of an Early
Return Distracted Parents.
St. Lons, Mo., April 17. Another
mysterious disappearance was developed
this nioriiiiij;. The ini.-siiii,' girl is Miss
Cora Weber, u vivacious, pretty brunette,
who is described as of such a comely and
WKI.I. DKYKI.OPKD VOItM
that she Is readily accredited with eigh
teen years of happy existence iustead of
the tifteeu she has actually experienced.
She was sent to this city last New Year's
day by her parents in Atchisou, Kas., to
begin u course of instruction at the Con
vent of the Visitation. Yesterday morn
KAIl ID TO AITEAK
at breakfast, and the Sisters immediately
notified Frederick Weber, of No. i!0!
Market street, an uncle of the younladv,
and he telegraphed the facts to her par
ents. They arrived on last night's train, and
ufter consultation with Acting Chief
RKWAltl) ok $100
was offered lor any Information that will
lead to her recovery. She is live feet
four inches high, and is so well devel
oped that she looks to be about eighteen.
She Im a fair complexion, dark brown
hair, clipped, light hazel eyes, dark eye
brows, large mouth, round, full face, red
cheeks, smooth features and weighs about
KiO pounds. She was dressed in black,
and wore a long yellow cloak,
with brown cuffs and collar, round
felt hat, new: button shoes,
and may wear some jewelry
consisting of a neck chain and sev
eral linger ring. She is supposed to
have a small valise with her. The police
have no due and no reason can be us
sigued for her disappearance.
AT T1IK CONVJCXT.
A reporter who called at the Convent
found the porteress commissioned by the
Mother Superior to give all information
that could be furnished. She said: "The
last time she was seen in the Convent
was yesterday at morning prayers, and
we have no traces of her since that time.
We have a half formed theory about the
At Easter the inmates of the Convent
are allowed extra privileges, and go out
more than usual. Last Thursday after
noon Cora Weber went out and stayed all
night with some relatives, but returned
to the Convent on the following day and
resumed her duties as usual. We had
not the faintest suspicion of her until her
sudden disappearance. We now think
that during Cora's absence from the Con
vent site made plans to run uway. We
fear that she lias
EI.OI'KI) WITH SOMK .MAX;
and yet It is hard to think that Cora
Weber would ever yield to a temptation
of that ort."
"Did she ever have any association or
correspondence with men during her stay
lit the convent?" asked the reporter.
"None whatever, of which we were
aware; but it now appears that there was
probably a clandestine correspondence.
Mr. und Mrs. Weber, parents of Cora,
were found at the residence of Frederick
Weber. Mrs. Weber was weeping violent
ly, aud Mr. Weber was deeply affected.
To the reporter Mr. Weber said: "She
was always a good hearted girl, and
loved us dearly. She was full of animal
spirits, and was gay and reckless.
She had many gentlemen friends, and
was fond of their company, but
Ihere never was anything bad
in her conduct. She was very intimate
with a young man named Will Davis, a
printer, and he became so affectionate
lliat 1 told him she was too young to
lliiuk of love, and that he must only re
gard her as a brother. I also forbade him
.oming to see iier so frequently. After
lhat he left Atchison and came to St.
Louis. Since he came down he heard
that Cora was here, and he wrote to
Some friends inquiring Iier address, lie
is working somewhere in the city, anil 1
hope to find him. lie may lie able to tell
me something of my daughter."
"Had she any other gentlemen ac
quaintances?" SKA'JTNO KINK MEN
"None except Fred Sandford, who ran
a skutiug rink at Atchison for some time,
und who was such a graceful skater that
lie captivated many of the girls, lie is
now in St. Louis."
"Did she ever express a desire to earn
her own living'?''
"Yes, since she was in the convent she
(aid, "How nice it would be to work as u
servant.' She came to the convent the
"th of January and appeared to be greatly
pleased with the place aud her treatment
and said she was coming back next year
Last Thursday she came over and stop.
ped with her uncle's family here, and was
returned bv a member oi the family
Monday morning. She broke one
ot the rules of the institution. Wh it one
we do not wish to state lust now, but it
led to a reprimand and the Sisters made
her write a confession of tier fault. She
begged not to have to tell us, but the Sis
ter was inexorable and, despite her en
treaties that it be hidden from us she had
"""' iier onense was not sucti as
would have led to her expulsion, only a
VIOLATION OF 1 UK III EES.
After writing the letter she showed
Daim..-..s, 0 much u that her
l'',',""ra attention 0f the
o.i-n...-, uer tuuuiuon. Tuesday muni.
.rauitriuiuun's me. lister told
uv .k ..ao uu uuui m practice 0ti the
piano and she ran up stairs. A little
iuuer iiuu oi uer classmates saw her
the nail with a water proof, or souicthlni;
i.nwi ..uvnuuni uer ur 111. MIC SiUM
iviiere are you going, i.:ura:' and Cora
told her that her aunt was dead, and that
sue was going nome. That is the last
seen of her."
"Have you any Idea of what has be
come of her?"
HEIt LAST EE 11 ER.
'Yes; 1 fear she has drowned herself,
because a letter addressed to u.i was
found In her room. 1 cannot show the
letter now, but it reviewed all her faults
ami beg,'ed forgiveness. It was very af
fectionate aud contained the words:
"When you read this I will be dead,
for 1 am going straight down to the Mis
sissippi Kiver to drown myself. '"
Here Mrs. Weber broke down complete
ly aud the conversation was continued by
Mrs. Frederick Weber, who said:
"I find that Cora wrote clandestine let
ters to young men and had them posted
by the day scholars. She was very wild
aud very reckless, but she had a pood,
generous heart. She has never done
anything like this before, although her
conduct has given her rareuts much
PITIKf I. APPEAL.
Mr. Weber said: "I want you to put
a notice in your paper asking Cora to
come back to her mother and me. Tell
her we will forgive everything, but for
tJod's sake to return aud we w ill go home
together. Everything shall be as she
wishes and we will forget the past. Uh,
if she only knew how we are Buffering I
know she would return! She was always
A Curious Story by One of the Berner
Cincinnati, 0., April 17. The Grand
Jury, composed of some of the best citi
zens, which is Investigating the causes
of the late riot and the proceedings of
the Ucruer Jury, has had the
statement of McGuirc, oue of the
jurors, to au Evening J'ust re
porter made before a witness laid before
them. McGulre says: "I am forty -three
years old, an Irishman; have been living
in (ileudale since '03; have buried a wife
and six children; have a wife aud three
children. I work as a hostler, gardener,
etc.; I worked seven years in Uleudale;
have had much trouble in the past five
years. Three years ago I lost my house,
valued at $1,000, by a storm; have been
lu poor health. 1 was drawn, qualified
and served us a juror in the Berner mur
der trial. After we retired to the jury
room a ballot was Immediately suggested
by Foreman Shaw, who asked me and
the others to vote 'not guilty.' I did not
exactly understand him, wheu he said it
was merely to see how it would work.
Shaw, llarmeyer and Dallahan wrote on
a number of slips of paper and
gave me one. Mine read 'not guilty.' I
don't know what was on the others. I
voted it but drew it out and voted guilty
'murder first degree.' I dou't remember
what was the result. On the third ballot
1 think the vote stood eight guilty, four
for manslaughter. I asked Shaw "if that
was not for guilty. lie said no.
I refused to vote any more
that (Saturday) night and we
retired. The others played carJs for
money. Some whispered among them
selves, llarmeyer, Shaw, l'hillips and
Gallagher stuck together and seemed
trying to talk the others over. There
was no open debate, but coutiuued
whispering before taking ballots. The
four men named wanted to vote Sunday
morning; I refused, wanting to think. I
had slept near an open window through
which the escaping gas entered and had
a bad headache. n the next ballot things
were badly mixed. I voted first degree.
Juror Merrill voted second degree. I
suggested that we all vote guilty and
make a clean job of it. He stuck to tin
second degree. Shaw tried to convince
me once that no jury had reached man
slaughter, but I "ou.d not have it. We
sent once to ak the Judge if we could find
him guilty and throw him on the mercy
of the Court. He answered yes, but Shaw
and three others sai'i they did not
want it so and would not have it. I aked
to look at the confession. Shaw refused.
He was a good taikfr ami soon talked the
other fellows out of their opinions. I
stuck out to the last ballot. Before this
was cast Shaw aud the others wrote fig
ure three over the word "first," so as to
make the ticket read, "murder, third
degree." We voted them. They said
there was a verdict of "manslaughter,"
and rushed us out into court.
had a notion to write
to the Judge, but did not; was all alone,
as they were all strangers. I did not
ote as I w anted to orl should have voted
!rst degree. Wheu I refused to yield to
Shaw's request, he told me it would
il ase the Judge and the people. The
our men stuck together from the first-
Shaw, llarmeyer, l'hillips anil Dellahan.
and others were forced into a man-
laughter verdict against our wills.
HYDE AMU ltANK.
Fresh Humors of Changes in the Repub
Sr. Lons, Mo., April 17 A local
evening print contains the following:
Humors are again afloat concerning
prospective changes lu the editorial man
agement of the Ji'iubliiytn. A circular has
been issued by the new directory request
ing all small holders of stock to report
immediately whether they are will
ing to part with 1 heir stock to larger
shareholders, w ith a view of consolidating
and centralizing the stock. It is emphat
ically declared, notwithstanding the con
trary assertions of Gerard B. Allen, that
at the earliest possible moment Mr. Hyde
will be succeeded by J. Newton Crane,
who once pirouetted through journalism
as managing editor of the St. Louis
I)i moiT'ff, and collapsed on a consul
ship at Manchester, England. He is a
Bepublican aud the son-in-law of Mr.
Jesse's Brother in Court.
lli'NTsvu.EE, Ala., April 17. Promptly
upon opening of court the case against
Frank James was called. Defendant
came into court accompanied bv his wife
und two children, one six and the other
four years old. When witnesses for Gov
ernment Were callcti eight answered.
Four absentees are ou the way, to be ex
amined upon arrival. When defendant's
witnesses were called all eleven were
present. Witnesses were put under
the rule. There was considerable
wrangling between attorneys. The iurv
Is being examined.
Three Years For Abortion.
Albany, N. Y., April 17. In the second
trial oi ltfv. Alfred Vedder lor attempt
ing uu abortion upon Miss Anna Walter,
the jury returned a verdict of guilty this
morning, ine prisoner was sentenced to
three years hard labor. The case will
probably be appealed.
New Jersey Republican Convention.
Tkkstos.N. j. .April 17. -Nearly all
the delegates t the state UepnbUean Con
vention arrived by ten o'clock this morn
Ing. There arc.tus delegates. Tempo
rury organization has just been com-Vleted.
TOO HORRIBLE FOR BELIEF.
A Father's Confession of One of the
Most Heinous Crimes Ever
Tired of Supporting His I'm Innocent
Children He Goes to the House and
Brains Them With an Ax.
He Then Returns to the Field and Re
sumes Work as If Nothing Un
usual Had Happened.
Way.vesbouo, Ga., April 17. Edward
Dowse, w ho is held in jail charged with
the murder of his live children, has con
fessed his guilt. He states that his chil
dren kept accumulating upon him, while
his ability to support them diminished.
The children were, according to the cus
tom among Southern field hands locked
up lu the cabin while the parents were at
work. At ten o'clock in the morn
ing he felt au uncontrollable de
sire to rid himself of his burden,
aud pretending to his wife that he wanted
some necessary article in the cabin, he
mounted a mule aud wetit there. Open
ing the door he closed it behind him. He
attacked the youngest child with an axe
aud killed it. Meantime the others had
hold of him by the legs, beseeching him
to spare the child. Turning from his dead
victim he grasped two others of the chil
dren, one in each hand, and beat their
heads against each other until they be
came unconscious. With the axe lie
then killed them. The two remaining
children had sought refuge under the bod.
Beaching for them he killed them aNo,
and left the live dead bodies ou the floor.
Closing the door he returned to work,
giving no sign of the bloody work in
which he had been engaged. It was the
absence of an explanation of the tragedy
more than anything else which led to his
arrest. At first he stoutly denied all
knowledge of the crime. It is believed
that his wife and sister, who have disap
peared, are also guilty.
SENSATIONAL MSCI.OSI TIES ANHl'IPATEI.
Birmingham, April 17. The police
have made additional discoveries in re
gard to the suspected dynamite plot in
which Daly and Egan were implicated.
They are withholding the details for th?
present, but highly sensational dis-'
closures are anticipated at the examina
tion of Egan. Further arrests are con
London, April 17. Advices from the
East state that a great tire is raging at
Rangoon, the capital of British Ifaruiah,
and that Mandalay, the capital of Bur
mah proper, recent. y half destroyed f.y a,
ciM'.agra'.kiE. has Ire a ai2lu.-d w:ta s
other extensive fire.
I'akis April 17. Not only has Mile.
Colombier been committed for trial
on the charge of outraging the public
morals in giving "Sarah Iiarrmrn" to
the pre, hut also the publishers of
the book entitled "Marie i'.geonnier,"
w hich was written in reply to "Sarah
Berlin, April 17. The Kreuz Zrttung
says frown l'rince Frederick William has
declared his readiness to become Presi
dent of the Prussian Council in case it is
Siiam.hai, April 17. The appointment
of l'rince Chun, the Emperor's father to
the control of the grand council of the
Empire, has met with gnat opposition,
but the Einpresas overrule'! it.
Cairo, April 17. An English lady ha
offered 20,000 for the rescue of General
WII.I. NOT ACCEPT.
Zebehr 1'asha refuses to accept the post
of Assistant-Governor of the Soudan.
THE ItOCKY FOltK .Ml'IUlKKKH.
He Goes Back on His Confession His
Alton, Im.., April 27. Felix Henry,
the self-confessed Eocky Fork murderer,
was arraigned for trial in the Circuit
Court at Edwardsville to-day. An im
mense crowd of colored people from all
parts of the country was present.
Henry's counsel read an alll
davit to the effect that the
principal witness for the prisoner, a sol
dier named Morris, now stationed at Fort
Hayes, Kan., by whom it is expected to
prove au alibi, cannot now be secured.
They moved a continuance until the next
term of court. The motion was granted.
Henry has recanted bis confession, and
charges that it was extorted from him by
Milwaukee Claimants Will Sue the Ex
Milwaukee, Wis., April 17. Ex-Chief
of Police Wason, in the interest of the
Police Department, and Carpels, the
trunk man, will bring suit to-morrow
against St. Louis officers of the Pacific
Express Company for the Tiller reward,
amouuting in the aggregate to $ 12,000.
Going to the Convention.
Wilmington, Del., April 17. The
convention train left at noon for Dover
with 300 persons on board. Their depart
ure created much stir in this city.
1'itthiu itnii, Pa., April 17. John Cla
buugh and his son Jacob, were made the
victims of confidence men here last night
and swindled out of ijl-'o. They were en
route from Cedar Gap, Mo., to Johnston,
A bill has been Introduced In the Senate
io revive the grade of General of the
The Empress of Germany Is sick of
ever, and her Uaden trip has been aban
doned. A Washington bauklng firm has pre
(erred charges of fraud against Brlga-dier-General
1). G. Swaini.
The exhibition of the Hoyal Canadian
Academy was formally opened at Montreal
by the Marquis of Eausdowue.
Vou llulow has been deprived of the
title of Court Pianist at Herlln for insult
ing Ilulseu, director of the Koyal Thea
ter. Montreal manufacturers of white cot
ton have determined upon a system of
uniform prices to reduce production to
There is a prospect of trouble between
the Texas cattle men and the Land
Hoard. Land has been increased from
four to eight cents per acre.
The order from the English Govern
incut to withdraw from Khartoum has
reached the beleaguered garrison, but
liordou says he will stick.
Charles Sheutou, of Golden Hill, Md.,
was killed by his son, uged twenty.
Mienton was beating his wife and the son
interfered to take his mother's part.
Judge Richard Held of the Superior
Court, Mt. Sterling, Ky., was cowldded
on Wednesday by John Jay Cornellson, an
attorney. Corneilson accused Judge Heid
of iiitlueucing a decision.
General Grant is Friendly With Both
President Arthur and Mr. Blaine.
New Yokk, April 17. General Grant
said to a correspondent of the St Iouis
r,f;-liljt':h, who called ou him at
No. East Sixty-sixth Street, yesterday,
that the paragraph copied in the Iht-aUl
uf Monday from a Washington letter and
representing that lie left the
capital without returning Presi
dent Arthur's call did him an itt
j notice, as it was the evideut intention of
the writer to convey the impression that
he J i iieral Grant.) anil the President aie
not on friendly term. "The fact is"
coi.t niieil the General, "that soon after
my arrival President Arthur called on me
ai d stayed fully a half an hour. I told
him at "the time that 1 would not be able
to returu in person, liecau-e of
t.ie tll.'liCU.ty experieucea througu
my iameiuss in getting up
a:id down stairs, and th.it lor the
sau.e reason I wou.d nut do any visiting
at a.l during my stay. It is true that one
tnorLing I walked over, for the exercise,
to see General Bea!e, at whose house I
L-e often stayed while in Washington,
.1 en another occasion I drove up to see
tre:.-ra. Sher.dan, but with tiwe excep-
t I tieVer entered a house W tli J was
ii. Washington. But soon after lu call,
in e.. ::., any with Mrs. Grant, who was vis.
i'.e . :y Prtsidmt ArtLur's sister. at:d wh
afterwards lunched with her, I drove to
Pr- .'. .r. Arthur's au l sent in mv card
a:;.l d.d the sv.iie again shortly b-.re my
t -y. .:.g Washington. I also aetd in pre
(.;, y same manner toward Mr.B.aine,
w i.kew'.-c called ou me soou aiti-r my
-.r.-.vai. My personal re.ations with l'r -s-.
.!: Arthur are and always have U-eu of
tae most frietid.y nature, t.iou.h he is by
I. !!,!. :t!y choice for the Presidency."
Get.tril ors: is IvoKiug ruite weil He
f-j; Lr ii . fir recovered from th: in-y-izj
vj '-.S i'S not to suffer any pain
:z it a: ail ev.-ept thro'igh a wr- ucn ..r
s . m v At times he is a ''. to
Bi.s d vUt Wit-Oat his cru'.'.hes, but at
oth-.-r ti::.-.-s he is competed to u-c them.
Grain and Provisions.
THCIt.-riAV, A PHIE 17.
Cotton st my: inillllnif. V-,itUc.
J-l.ol lt steely, XJiX to Choice, .i.w&l.7j;
hut - liw: .o. -. Ite-d. Il.iis'i:
No. 3 Keel, tl.nl.
i oils M'-H'lv; No. 2 mixed, i.'V.4' -e; No.
2 white rnixe'i, hV'i'.Hv.
gats siea'l ; .No. 2. Vr!'AK.
Hvk Lower ; No. 'I, U'.'u .c.
Toiurco Firm; luis. common to choice,
'i 7"r'4lJ.'J,i; leaf; common rel leaf, iJtf6
J kj; medium to ood Vl Wa, ') .
llAY-l'rairie IU.uo"4ll.ii for prime; til.. V)
i'A .'. Ml for elioice; mixed fl'ia for common
to prime; timothy tlt&l" lor prime lo tancy.
liiii KK sieimy; cnoiee to inner creamery,
dairy, v to choiee -V 'gTc; and
1W: for Beleeiions, low (frad.-8 nominal.
K'.i.s Ac live Bi II vie.
1'otatoks Kiiir dernaid and r.iy;
Ka-tern, '. !.; Northern, ilei-i'ic; bot
tom und Illinois, IVh:Sa:
I'oliK Imll; standard megs, V.Vt" &);
hard fide, tl'l.7.1.
I.Aiio steady; prime Fteam, nominal at
ilACOS-LonifS, U'iC; shorts, 'J'ic; clear ril.sl.
oor. nib-wH-hcd ehoiee. .ItiW'.e; eoin-
mon.Us'vioe: unwa-tied medium, i&li4c; lo
and course irrude-, IV'cii'.ie.
, iliiiK.s Vui t ; dry Hint, IV, c; diim
Hired, l.ViC; bulls or Hairs, lUV'illc: dry
salted, lite; dry ealte I, daimiiri'd, lie; kip and
calf, salted, !i;i.-; daiiimred, 7!4e; bull and
Rtiis, He; tfreeti, uneuied, sc; dumiwd,
ki.L-rr. I'litj 'S..ii.lc. irn.f.n C I flTl .
dry do, (KrtiKr., us to amount and i u n 1 i I JV
wool; Kreen aneaninrs, . ic
Wiikat Kirtm-r; April, 'ic; May, WtM
HW. June, H7 '4f! ; Juiy, M',c.
( oiiN-Ilizlier. April, I'tc: May, "yi'.c;
Jurif;, "il 7e; July, Sic; August,.
OAirt steiidy ; April ille; May, a"4c; Juno,
rr.",!:: July. :t::4o.
l'uiiK-Meaiy; May, llfi.flO: June, tl'i.T'i;
I,aiii St.-.idy; Muy, T, i; Juno, ts.irT'J;
Julv, f" 47',.
HioHT inns May, h.lii; June, fs.rij;
WllKAT-Hteadv: No. 2 Ited. April, fl.Hi
May, Jl.nlUUi niM Juno, tl.Wil.ui!',; July,
Ckiis Hliflier: April, !n:&c: May,
ry 'it.V'i(-: June. 57 V"!.'i7 '(; July. 1 '(,m)c.
OATH Hull; Western, hput, ;lo.
riiDViKtovs I'nrk llull; Biot iim-m, tld.'iO
ai'l."i; Lnid-lAiwur; Ktenin, May, tMl
Live Stock Markets.
IIooh ItfeoiptH, 1:!,kki: iilid, liii- h.wer;
) i K 1 1 1 1.(nt"i X; roiitrh paekinif, V.W'.1:'
heavy ptiekunr and hhijipiiiK. f'i.n.m,tt:Si.
(,'atti.k Hi'eelpts, i,:;ii; Hendy; cxpoitrt,
i.;J.Viil.tH; If md loehniee, $1.!"ii.:.'ii; eoinuinii
to lair, -'i.aK'i".; buteliom' Mmi-:; tt
t-HKKi' Itee'dpts y.noO; weak; cuninoii lo
Cattle Quiet; (rood to vAkiwh steers. 5."0
(fJ).tH); lulrto (fond, fi"i.7.Vi.H.riii; inixt-d butch
cti', f l.irrtt.Vmp; Hioeki'is, .tun'M.S".
HllKKl' Weakor; fair to (food Western sln-ep,
f .,iVi(."i.ii0: choiee to la-icy, .').7.V'vti.5l; Rood
Wesli r.l lamliK, fH.i.T.&i.
Huns Dull; iruod to eln i :i A'orkerR, f'l.l'i
(ii;.ini: irood iiiodiuin wvlirlits, fil.hV'itl.ilO; pix1,
(,'ATTI.K Itecelpts, a.lMII; nhippinir uteady;
tilllelieiH' weak; tuitlve Ktoern ol I . IM to
I 4.,ti Ida. iivecaui' f "i.b W.ii.1! i-tockerB
mid feeders, KhMlil!; cows, $:l.'Wil. e.
lliHiS Heeelpin, "i.'iOO; I'.c lo U'-i' Joweri
lolH of '-'ift to 1110 IUh. ilvvraK'', ").:' i"'.".r,
ti nly. 5.MW.
hiiKKi Heeelpin, l.iiOO; notives if TI to 03
ll8. reiiiKe w.&ai.
Tim doiii" of tlr Muslim Stall' Moii-d
is llio r.'Veri'"cv., si';t: !i i I o.,e;i, seen
fi imii niar, i;' ii.e oniy t: no : :. i"-il v: ;
i.iat is, a si-:: t tin I cnt.-r m M'owrii
ll: "tit, ot sori.'ly, of 1 i' r.'l' il l'e, of ,
i f niiiiii' t i-o n all "Aiiie:., it is
ii d". I a nKio ; ro rnHn i., v ' ;w d
of I :l lillb of li.e Ull.V. !'-!; Ga- if.i,,,t.,j
t il . ;,-i'd i .t!p oi that tu;.. vVoimd
wa'ili nil tvit ;s heat in on;- stern
wor d lwoives. ever has lcvolw I, nud
il . ;.i revoivo, H)T .1' h
'.'7 ,i. 1 ' I',-' )
' --a; .lu.io iV.ie) iiiieudo lo take
t'.p ! is pel!.;;.r.. I;t .:.-;i.-e ill ASi.u'aii
hoc. Vk, ii . 1 !1. Ills w.fu and
!.! ' "I w; I pi-s the aiiiuer theio
an 1 pr , : .re a hv.-j.ie for h'tii.
THE GREAT GERMAN
RelievM and cure
HEADACHE, T00T1U ('UK,
Soreneti. Cuti, Bruitei,
III ItS, 4I.I1N.
ALd nil other h..ttlly ,
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Si. 1.1 by all DnmirlilH m d
Hiiili-ri. L:reetiuii in 11
! Ill' 'IK!
3 dfillWHITWBIKIWili k
ill! I LrfJ 1UHIW
i win lit t
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
fio..n I. A TtH.ElXH A u i
llallliuorr, Mil., I', ft. A.
Pick Iloadflio anj rtlicvij tht tronblni Ind-i-
:it lo n Iviiuus ktjti; of the r ysuin, tuih n .i
t nes, Kao'a, lirownn"", liwtrm aft.-r i-attry,
r:a in the S;tl &c. While thf ir moel fuutarit
blc i ucccet has bn tbowa in curx j
.uiiable in l'oot;p:ttion, raring tad Preventing
th.t annOTinjeomplaiiit, wtiue thiy 'ocorr.-ci
a 1 d sorderi cf tha gtomarh, etiniuiata tho livr
Hid regulate Uie Uw Is. Kv. n it tie y ooly cund
Ache thrrtrrinM bcalmofiprictlif to fhnt wh ,
riser It ta th: dStreNi.iiir compluM; but form
ti'.ely tde:r g xxlLCf !- not end hi re, and then
vho once try them H ill End thee little talis vain
Seia mmmuti that th. y will not be wiUui
lo Co wiiLuui tji-L Hut after all :ck Lu4
Is thetur.ccf "omarT llvt that here i whern wit
C.:3 cur pruii Luilt. Olt puis cum ii th..o
( iitcr u Littlfl Li"rr T' itp wry fmail art
T'rii'ytttik t'r.trr two ul! Biakca duf..-.
Tt.. y a."; f rnctly ti. tUo ar.d do nt gr-.M or
zk, bat by th' :r p- ntlo art .on 1' i ad j
tethfTTi. lav a'.sttXi)CfT,t; 6to Jjrtt. 6uU
1 uTi-iita cvtrywhae, vr actt Ly nX
CARTER MEDICINE (O .New Tort
Tin: in: ST rnisa axonx
In Hard or .Soft, Hot or ( olJ Water.
SAVFS I.AHOH. TIMM anil SOU' .AMVZ
IX. I. V, hi), i liven univi-isal -ali-tui tiou. C
family, rich or oeor, bbould in- witlj'. it it
holil by all 'inx:i!M. l!K W.l 111: i f iriitationi
weli ilesicned l miiiifa-l. itl.INK ia Uie
OM.V tiAFK lnlT bnvinu' C'liiii-'inid, find Bi"
KUiS Ltar tne abovu byuibul, ui.-.i jiiiuie of
a.AMH-J 1'H.I .NLW lOllU.
Liver and Kidney Remedy,
Compounded from tha well known
Curatives Hops, Milt, Uuehn, Man
drake, Iiandeliun, Hanwparllla, C'as
cara Snrada, etc., combined with an
i t . n..!. 1.-I I :
ait ii'iiiiiim; r.iiir.
I THEY CURE DTSriTSIA & INDIGESTION, i
Art DfKin the Liver and Kldneja,
REGULATE THE DOWELS,
jThi'y cure Rheumatism, anil all Uri-
nary iroiilrs. iney invinrnie,
nourish, utronfrtln-n and quiet
tho Nervous System,
Aa a Tonlo they ha. a no Equal,
,1 Take none hut Hops and Mult liitturi.
FCR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
TA Hops and Malt 3ittcrs Co.
rjAX I'L'KCUASKIt'S .OTH'K.
To I.villn Kli.iiheth .Iiinnil'.'an, pniiietiinps failed
Helen (i. .linirnlL'iin, Klialn'th lieluney, and all
otlier perniiiiH inti'i-i'Meil:
You iir herebv nutitli'd Hint Ht n cnli' i f real es
tate, In tlie county of Alexander and State nf lili
noln, held bv tin-i'minly ' ollei tnr of paid enniitv,
at the BimthweHterly ilnnr of the t iiiirt House. In
the city of Cairo, In' said county and Statn, on the
31ft ila'v of Auirtist, A. I). si-.', the iinilerslned
piin haHi'd the follow in.' real estate hereinafter ile
si iUhmI, pitiiated In the county of Alexander and
state of Illinois, fur taxes due and unpaid thereon,
for the year A. I). IM, toether with penalties
and costs'; said real e-tate beinu' taxed In the tiaine
of John tiates, to Hit ; I'rl. of section nix nil, in
township sinenteen tlTi, south anil in rants; two
(ii). west of the tliinl prim ipal niereilian, coiitain-Innl'ilHI-liid
acres. 'I'lie time alloueil bv law for
the redemption of snldreal estate will e.xpfre on tho
illst day of AiiL'iist, l-l.
AI.KX. It. IHVIX. riinhastT.
Cairo, III., April lilth, lttn.
It liiiii.- :
il U n X i;ifffi
: PILLS; sla
tlx 2 y y asa
Ki-Hili r, yntir iimii.- p:ntnl m r.in !ii-, slmw
CBr.lH, H'iiiiiI Hiiom, tie ,to i,l, .i, i, tiimnetit
y in m-Mik' uiir SA I .: I V I AMI' 111 1. U U ; It h
Iiiiil' nieil.-.l; Him nil uiiip; (i.i-( liirfci! Iifhi ; h
nirk d conn rell.-c'iK; ley.r pii'h It nut; mi hlinv
Inaor :iilu-l.,ii i,r tiineni.' ilmvii wi.k; put- 11
ell out ll'nixet j cm, till !l w.ih nt reiuovinj liuiii
urorclionii.y; mi weiring nut .erewnnr collur-!
II limit ten m an Se-l ut ciu'lit; xelunlv - lcrri
rltory nivenj (nin.plr, j i.t ' , He r..r illim
triited n-ciilam, tintoie.eiii . n err' ro orlH.
lermii.eie.. Mibir.Hi. 'I MK CIKKMX v,'(,i: ., 4
Verhnnie St., Vwnr,, j. j.j, t t. mhlu
th 1 h er.
I o liTu 11 , . ,. ,.,, - 1 , .
t-A'l INS. , , ,1 l-:i. L' i s.., ,i
pes ".l, ! b- ;lltlt .1 J,l, I I . r : l" I i t
coin's, h I rtitb rM. t , .iicli con-
tsili-iit' ! hi., are mile:- tor 1 ').
Knr 'ti c!-. (i-a h r st-.'i.i si -jii
Sjiiares, i r o sneil sijuans lor i f, i-n
8-' miwor h f )i SI si. i.r.l-T Inr votir i-i- n.!- mi l
K' tal " ii In- si i i tf . Kinh.oi" l. ry .!k, pa l
aeol .l) o ors, -.'u cts
iMi'oin j:u' mlk en.,
Ill Cona ess St., llostun, Ma-
l M(!IM!i;: sum! for our he ect List of Local
iX -N i "l" '' itoHdi .v t'... io.s,.ii.c
S'reel , N, w Vork.
ii .hi :ie . I ivt r Va., in a nortt..
fii M i'l r.,.-i i . IKiiHiriii-d i it
'! --r lice. J V. .VIA Nt ' II a.
I nr. fin! t , : t;ii
J''.' "' "'"'uie i: iinl ell ct'.ve exteri al rem-
ejvl.-i: oi. . i ii. I',, im,, Iii.-ter. I'nce i's;
1 Iwtn a l " '"l 1. 1 .. 1 1 " I rt !... nl.. .v.. il .-M;t,y it!
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f .ii'i in itM y, i ,.it I ni'l s -Hi 'I H 1 1 ,i 1 1 1 1 -i
l'KKK, MK.-tni-r mill ALL A III. I; 'I I'.I-.A I'lhl.. a
tfil" di.t ii-i,. ti n: y .-..i'r'T t. u- si-tr- irt I' II.
a.ldre. VtL T. . bl.UCi; f. l-ll'.irifct.,Sew Vuf
CYC LORI: D I .V
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f ' - r J ' i o-t'e;i"i. y I ! r-fLlcl in c.rv
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rac'i'il a .no .1 tl.i -i",..r lo ti.e Ntiio i M- dital
As-'.'i .ion, ii, f Pic. r i I I: ( h l,e r t-'s
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book w r.-.t t. i.r. I :!. I., f.er .c.t!i. m tit
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r. ut ii' - en . i i:it i 'i i l'i ill -i! II p 4 1 the
ci-.l'v Mph tr-i;c TI I 'C1 " I 1
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r iiM-iv i "jT"Mi' iti s"'fliifi' -.ii'! Im-iIi-r.'.j'ill
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1. 1 tin- II. ii I, lii.-e told, I, i. .hd.h. I - :ii.. lib and
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fth'i r.-vi'iit ii,, i 'i-t ,te .ii-, i,u ill.' - :ii,I i: ! mi:
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PAPI'.'.ON MFC. CO., CHICAGO
VCR fAJ.F. I V Att I '.'l't.C.It TB.
For Salt) bv
PAUL G. SOI I IT 1 1,
Snccial Atit?s. in Uiis citv.
L h fA PpnistrsfintJTi'ni'Tntirt
I "?T -l J
I THE WORLD.
A pnwrrlul ircparatb.t
so coaceiitraleil ilmiatew
ilri in appln ii to tim mir.
face will penetrate to tli
rerv hiiiie.aiiil almost 1
S TA.NTLV HKLIKVK I' AIM.
ta v: w cuss t
lu Limbs. Stoma
ach or Bowels,
Or In -oiv part ni System
Win Mil son. i.oTIIINU
nut iiist olnt tlie skin U
h i in en In eii.laiil no
In I'Iivsii nm ami .hIiiti
lot a cai I'tn.eWo
rirh.li .1 milt h.
AGreat Medical Work on Manhooc
P fct IP SKIN
ACOB 8. MERRELl Sr loi. Mo.
0a BALK ALL liBHOOlSTS ANI
LEALKRa lli KEI.IClNfc8.