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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOUNINO MAY 27, 1884.
Straight Cut No. 1
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v little more for Ciwarettes than the prlca cuarijud
or Ibu ordinary trado ClKaroUet will llud tUu
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They are made from the brlxhtei-t, nvm deli
cately fl ivorcU aud hg al cent uf gold Uat ifruwn
In Mrulnia, and are abnoultely wltnout adultera
tlou or druga.
We ui the (Juniilne French Rice paper, of our
own il.reit lm portal, on, wulcti ia madu especially
for at, water u. irked with '.he name of the oraud:
idiilil Cut No, 1
on each C'Rareltc, wlthonv which none arn genu
lue. Ilaaa imitation of thin b and havu been put
on n't, and Cljtreit -mover are taiilloui'd that
thli la the Old and Original brand, aud to unnerve
that each paeaage or box of
Richmond Straight Cut Cigarettes
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family want" It, fit any lamp. I'ne name globe,
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on Jamu Hlver Va., in a north
ern aetllement. Illutitriited ctr
riilAp Ir. .1 ulViiu
Nothing' Like Them.
Benien i Caprine 1'orou Planter! are beyond
all comparlton the bet. Prompt, ruru. Price -i.ic.
SfcVKN OK BAT MONAKCUIKS of tne Ancient
Eifteru World Hy (ieorge Kawilnaon. "What
la m ireTKKItllSLK than War? -unit it he a war
among publlaher. then what could lie II AI'I'I Kit.
for rejoicing bo, tlt-b ivem? Such a war Ik in pro
greta. Price reduced !rom $18. in) to i. 40. Speci
men pgn free. N.jT mid Di deal, r -pr;c
too low Hooka for examination be:ore payment
ou ev denco tf good faith.
JoUN H. ALDES, PuhlMier.
P.O. Bin :&7. 1M Vcev M.. New York.
The Science of Life. Only $1
BY MAIL POST-PAID.
Exhanated Vitality, Nervooa and 1'byiral l)e
blllty. Praranlnrc Decline in .Man, Error ol
Youth, and untold miaurie rt'u!luig Iruni India
cretion or tice"t-a A hook for every man, voung.
middle-aged and old. llcon'alni li' precrriptiuni"
i r ail acute and chronic diiae, t ach one ol
which la inta uabte. fo lound t.y the Author,
whoae experience f.r yeara I luch a pridian y
never beiere fell to the lot of any phynician . .)
pagoa. bound it beautiful French mulm, emtio
aed covera, lul gilt, guarante d to be a finer worn
in every eue mechanical, literary mid prulu
elor.al than any other work aold In tin counirv
for i SO. or the money will be n-funded in ever
in'tanc Price oi ly fl.Ou bv tntil, post aid.
lilunratlvf am le 6 cents, ."'end now. nld
medal awarded the author by the Natlo al Modica'
Aa(iciation, to ttie ftlcera tf which he r. fori"
Thin boo ahuuld be rmd hv the young lor in
at ucllon.andby the afllicfu for rtliel It will
benefit ail LoLdon Lancet.
There ii no member ol society to whom thi
bitok will not be uaetul, whether youth, pan nt
guard'au, !nlrucUT or lerg mau Argonaut.
Add:e the i'eabodv Medical Institute, or I)r
W. Ii. I'arkL-r, No. Bulllnco Street. 15 ton.
Ma., who may be consulted on all dis -ai-e re
qui - lug skill and experience Chronic anil oh-ti
natr uicai tnai nave nmneu I J i4 a I
skill ol all o'her physician a 11 1 Jilj
eiV.iy. buch treated auc J V V h i I l
ce-fullf without an Inst- 111 I OIjIjI
anceol failure Mention thta paper.
Some to yield every time to treatneut with
Spartauburg, 8. C, March 13, H?I.
Your most valnible medlclno fSwilt's specific)
hia cone me so much good ti.at I feel like caving
tbis for the benefit or thone bo mffer 1 e I did. I
was p dsoned bv poison oak, and caw not a well
day lor six year's, until I used almot every Kind of
medicine, but nono had th j desired effect After
using six biittl- of Swift's si'Kriric I am restored
tu perfect healih-wlth not a sign of that' awful
poison! yourtrn.y DAVIO SESUITT.
had fm thirtv-eieht vors sum-red every s
mnii mimmer with Poison Oak. which I conl tide
In bathing when a boy. I tried ever thing for is
including inauv phvslcans, hut with nil any benefit
I took six bott es of Swlt'a Specific (S, 8. S I four
years airo, and it cured me sound aud well. 'Dir. e
summers liuve passed. and I have had ne return of
(-, Josai'ii Beasi.ev, Columbus, Ua.
I have had ron trkablc success with Swlft'a Spe
cific; h-ve cured several cae permanently In a
verv short time. One case which I am now Ireat
linr was ulveii no to die. and after using three bot
tles Is so far recovered that I think one mote bottio
will cure her. The m"t remarkable case of all was
ladvwith medulary cane r of the womb, lor wnom
I had no hope wha'ever After using oue bottle 1
am aatisllel she will soon be cured.
J. WYLIE tiUILI.HN. M. T).
Easleys, 8. C.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Disease mailed
free to applicant!.
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Drawers Atlanta, Ua.
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The Weekly Bulletin.
Q.EOHGE IIAKKISON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
'Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of surgiiul diseuaea. aud disesnea uf women
OFUCE On lllh atreet, opptnte the Post
off.ee. Cairo, III.
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I'e erNeff " William Wolf.... "
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A OENERA?. HANKING BUsIN'SsS DOSE.
Exchange o'd and bought. Interest pabl u
the Savings Department . Coilectiot made anil
al! business promtlv attended tc.
"t mJ nr
5 " 1 1 si
CIO CIII LIVERY, FEED and
Commercial Av.. let. 8th & 9th Sti
Good Turnouts at Reasonable Rates.
l. Horses boartled ami well ciirod
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Bth Street, between Com'l Ave. mid Levee.
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ALL KINDS OP AMU.VITION.
Safes Keoalrnd. All Kinds ot Kuva Mails.
The Regular Cairo & Paducah Uaily
5 GUS FOWLER
nRNRY E. TAYLOR. Master.
UEOUUU JOUEa, Clerk,
eave P.trlitcalt for C ilro dally (Mutidayi except
dial 8 a. in., and Mound Ultv at 1 ti. m. Return-
l,ng,leavei Cairo at 4 p.m.; Mound Cltv at 8 p.m.
The Daily Bulletin.
Bloomington Bulletin: "Tho Qaincy
Journal culls us 'the coy Mr. Oberly,' aud
gays: 'Will the coy Mr. Oberly explaiQ
what be means wbea he eayi that the pecu
liar alliance between Mr. Harrison's and
Mr. Murrium' friemli wiB give blm (Har
rison) the nomination at Peoria by accla
mation?' We mean what we y. Mr.
Harrison says: 'I don't believe in Col.
Morristm's tariff jdess. I did not endorse
hia tariff bill. I'm glad it is dead. I will
not stand on a 'tariff for revenue only' plat
form. I do not wish the Illinois delegation
to vote fur Morrison for the nomination for
the presidency in tin National Democratic
Convention. But I want Morrison's friends
to stand by me and nominate me for Gov
ernor and send me ss a delegate at large to
the National Convention." And nearly all
of Morrison's friends in Bouthtrn Illinois
cry out in reipmse. 'Harrison does not be
lieve as we do, and he is opposeJ to Morri
son because Morrison does believe as we do.
Therefore we are in favor of the nomination
of Harrison for Governor, and will send
him to the National Convention." And so
the Morrison men and Mr. Harrison are in
a peculiar alliance, for if the alliance of the
o'.l of MorrisoniBm with the water of Ran
dall Harrisonisra is not peculiar, what alli
ance could with propriety be thus designa
The political sky of Capt. Tnonias
seems very bright just at the present much
diffeienU from what it seemed two years
ago. Tlitu there was a loud protest against
him from various parts of the district. A
violent storm came up early
in the campaign and burst
furiously over the Capt's frail craft
in the convention. But now all is serene.
The Capt. bus solid delegations from all the
counties in the district aud bis nomination
by acclamation in the Carbondale conven
tion seems to be an assured fact already.
The Capt. and his many friends are hope
ful, nay, confident, of his success at the
polls even, and they contemplate those who
do not share their confidence with much
commiaseration and sometimes with con
tempt. But there are nevertheless those
in the gallant Capt's party who, when told
of all these encouraging circumstances and
indications, shake their heads doubtfully,
and smile mysteriously and insinuatingly,
as much as to say, "you don't know all;
wait and see." When pressed for an expla
nation they will continue, with an air indi
cative of positive knowledge gained by
constant watchfulness and investigation,
and will ask you to take a critical view of
the Republican congressional situation, to
analjzij it and to observe closely the cir
cumstances that brought it about. They
point you to Jackson County, where two
years ag.) Capt. Tiionias had the unani
mous support of the County Convention,
but where this year forty delegates voted
against him; and where one of the leading
Republican journals which two years ago
supported him with heart, hand, purse and
voice, now opposes him just as strongly
and charges that the delegation was
given him by means of the boldest frauds,
which many honest men in the ptrly there
will not tail to condemn at the ballot box.
They will point you to Perry County, which
two years ago sent a solid anti-Thomis
delegation, but sends a solid pro-Thomas
delegation this year. They will stek to
disabuse your mind of the belief that the
people of Perry County have experienced a
change of heart toward Capt. Thomas, by
telling you that the opposition there is as
strong as ever, but that, in compliance
with a caucus resolution they h.d refrained
from taking any part in the primaries aud
in the convention, and would vote their
sentiments in November that as a result
of this action only a very small minority ot
the precincts of the county were represent
ed in the convention which selected the pro
Thomas delegaiion this year. In Alexan
der County the same state ol things pre
vails. The solid anti-Tliotras delegation of
two years ago ha9 given place to a delega
tion solidly for Mr. Thomas; and in this
case, loo, it was the result of a voluntary
withdrawal of the anti-Thomasites, from all
participation in the primaries and the con
vention, with the understanding that more
effectual work could and should be done at
the polls in November. There are Repub
licans in eveiy county in the district who
will not vote for Mr. Thomas. And
then, warming up a little in tho statement
of this grievances and the methods agreed
upon for a remedy, your anti-Thomas
friend will conclude about a follows:
"Two years ago the danger came gradu illy
upon the Capt's frail craft. The attack
was open and bold, and ho could prepare
against it, as he did. He could reef sails
and cast anchor, and when confronted by
towering cliffs he could steer to the right
or left and avoid a collision. But this yer
thero is no open war against him. There
is no obstruction placed in his way; there
is quiet all around; but it is an ominous
quiet, such a quiet as characterizes an
enemy who is sure of his aiia and who is
only waiting for the opportunity which he
knows, will come, or such a quiet as charac
terizes the water over a dangerous reef on a
perfectly quiet day. This year he is threat
ened with a hidden danger, a danger
which, though he may know of its exis
tence, he cannot avoid. The political foes
of Capt. Thomas or not dead, nor are they
reconciled ; they are as determined this year
to wreck his craft as they wcrcbefore. But
they are hiss rash. Experience has taught
them wisdom. They will iieek to accom
plish in secret at the ballot box what they
failud to accmipliali two years ago ( n nly
at the conventions. They will permit It! m
to sail along briskly, under a clear canopy,
over smooth waters, with a light heart . and
an a.-uranco of reaching the Haven of
Congress without even a sign of mishap;
but with their ballots, on election day,
thy will Luil I a reef across the harbor
that will shutter the Capt's proud ship and
cause it to bu ctt in fragments upon the
historical shore of Ihllit'ax, ha-ha-ha, or
to be c-irried 'up salt river'
with the gallant Capt. help
lessly entangled in their midst." Tins is
the mournfull picture that will be drawn
for you by these knowing gentlemen, and
they will ,)rw it for you without a single
sign ef sorrow; on tho coutraiy, with tri
umphant joy over the KtilL-rings and dis
tress of the io or victim of the great disas
ter which they depict. Rut enough of
this. We ) -niumts know just about how
much importance to a'.tach to such talk as
this. A Republican never votes his senti
ments it' hin sentiments dictate a dessertion
ot a party nominee. He may be led to tell
some evere.tru!hs about the nominee, and
in his righteous indignation over wrongs of
which he has been the victim, he may
draw aside the veil and expose the party
machinery in all its moral hidiousiiess; but
at the ballot box h.-j is always tru-i t the
object ot his extreme displeasure and in the
course of a little tin-e, when h? no longer
feels th-) rmtrtins of Ids rebuke, he will
forget aud forgive, acknowledge his error
and the justice ot his punishment. Two
years ago Mr. John Reeve was a lender in
the anti-Thomas ranks a bold denouncer
ol Casoni Home rings and ot third terms.
Thi year he wuite 1 meekly at the cuter
door of the pirty council and supplicated
for a crurab from the party table; and
though lie did not get the coveted ciumb,
he will doubtless join heartily in the cry of
"the Republicon party is the grand party
of morality and of freedom, and John R.
Thomas is its prophet." And since John
Reeve and Barton, why not also Brothers
Hughes and Scott and McKeaig and Saup
and Houser? Wait and see.
Mr. L. J. Priest, 0f Durham, N. II., was
afflicted with rheumatism for nearly twenty
years. He tried St. Jacobs Oil, the great
conqueror ot pain, and was completely
Stages of the Kivcr.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. ru. 24 feet 3 inches and fall
Chattanooga, May 20. River 4 feet 10
inches find rising.
Cincinnati, May 20. River 14 feet 8
inches and falling.
Tr,,,;;Pn M ix- of! t;'r,.p 7 f.ct 9
inches aud fulling.
Nashviile, May 20. River 4 ft S inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, May 20. River 3 tent G'in
dies and failing.
bt Louis, M ly 20. River 17 ft 7 inch
es and fall in".
The daughter of Rev. J. T. Walker, a
clergyman of Norwich, N. Y., was a victim
of neuralgic rheumatism. All that loving
care and attention could suggest was in
viked for her relief until Atlilophorop, the
conquering specific, was tried, with the
most benericient results. The happp father
sends $1 for an additional bottle, and adds
to his order, "Please send at once. I have
used it for my daughter with great success."
A Shower of I'.lootl.
A few wei'ks :i'.'o there w.'is a shower
of some mi liquid in Chatham. Tim
place where the phenomenon was seen
was in New Hope township. The fall
came from a cloudless sky, when tho
wind was so slight as to be almost im
perceptible. The position of the drops
seen on the fetiee indicated a very
slight bret-Z'? from I lie sou'h or south
west, acres some plowed land. A wo
man w:ts standing; on this plowed land,
near a fenc along which small pine
bullies were growing. She noticed
something; falling between her and the
ground, saw it leave a red splash on
the sand, heard a pattering like rain
around her, looked up, but it was all
over and -she could see nothing. Sho
was a good ileal frightened and affected,
taking it as a portent of death or evil
of some kind. S. A. Holleman visited
the place tho next morning (the fall
took place about midday), and has
kindly given the following facts ob
served: Tho space covered was about
lifty by seventy feet ami nearly in a
rectangular form. The drops wero of
sizo varying from that of a small pea
to that of a man's linger, and averaged
about one to the square foot. Smaller
drops were instantly absorbed; larger
ones, with those on tho wood, coagu
lated. Some fell in tho bushes, nud co
agulated upon the limbs. Dr. Robin
son, living near, collected some of tho
freshly fallen material and made cer
tain simple tests, which satisfied him
that it was blood. It even had tho
smell, ho says, of fresh blood.
Tests were also made by Prof. Vena
bles, of the University of North Caro
lina. The sand placed in cold water
gave a brown-red solution, which coag
ulated on heating;. The coagulation, a
dirty brown, was soluble in caustic al
kalies, giving an indistinct green solu
tion treated with an acid solution of
mercury nitrato it gave a brick-red col
or. Nitric acid also caused the forma
tion of this coagtilum, and gave tho
characteristic yellow tint on heating.
Tho original solution in water was
brightened in color, not turning green
or crimson, on adding ammonia. On
leaving the solution two or three days
it readily putriiiod, showing under tho
microscope a groat swarm of bacteria.
Examined by tho microseono tho ap
pearance of small, slightly altered
corpuscles was seen, corresponding well
with those gotten from slaughter-yard
Uakiuh (N. C.I News,
I'.ibi ics from AVilil Plants.
In a shop window in New York Citv
is displayed a variety of hanks of"
thread, some coarse, some line, somo
lai k-coloreil, sot no light, some vari
colored. S mie of tho thread has tho
softness of the finest silk, some Is rough
and rasping a hemp. It is a curioTn
assortment, and attracts the attention
of many a passer-by. A visit to the in
side of the shop is a revelation of a
coming revolution in certain agricul
tural products of this country hitherto
considered useless. In a rear room
about 16 by " feet, were tiireo or four
heavy, but apparently simple machines
operated by a small steam engine. The
room was half tilled with many kind
of weeds, weed-stems and leaves, whilo
in ono corner were seen barrels of
crude asbestos. Ono inaehino is being
fed by a young man, who gave to it
bundle after bundle of the dry, brittle
weeds, whilo another was greedily de
vouring asbestos, crushing lump
weighing 'three or four pound and
swallowing them with a groan. Tl.o
dry, trash-like stuff fed to the lirst ma
chine was converted in a .short time
into the coar.-e, brown thread seen in
the window, while the rough asbestos
quickly changed its mineral hardness
and became a liber as lino as silk,
ready to be spun and woven. Tho
common cotton stalk, which tho planter
of the South pulls up and burn after
tho year's picking, was made into a
coarse thread, equal in every respect
to the jute of India, which the United
States buys to the extent of $6,000,000
annually. Plax straw, which grows in
many of the state of tho Union, which
is cultivated by hundreds of thousand
of acres for the seed alone, and is hurri
ed, or left to rot in the fields, was con
verted into a liber which niado an ex
cellent and strong coarse linen, and
which, when mixed with wool in the
process of manufacture, made an excel
lent substitute for cotton. Other plants
of which the greater number wens dis
covered to be weed of the commonest
variety, were show n to contain valua
ble liber. Among them were bear
grass, Spanish bayonet (needle), okra,
nettle, ramie, pita, baurbor, wild cof
fee, the cotton plant and jute. Most
of these plants grow wild. Little or
no attention lias been paid to their
From these variou libers, many of
which, by actual experiment will "dye
beautifully and perfectly and, without
injury, can be made bagging, mats,
matting sacks for grain, rope, cordage,
twine, packing thread, paper stock of
the finest quality, costiy fabrics for
wear, substantial fabrics for every-day
use, and material for upholstering pur
poses. From the fibrous mineral as
bestos can be made lire-proof curtain
and hanging for halls and theaters,
lire-proof ropes, carpets and ground
work for oil-cloths, and many oilier ar
ticles of luxury and necessity. Ramie
and S:s:tl hemp liber may be mixed
with siik in manufacture, and common
grasses are turned into liber fine and
strong for wigs and false hair. F.veu
the hard shell of tho cocoanut is ills
covered to contain a liber which closely
resembles hair. It will not "pack,"
and i equal to curled hair for up
holsterers' use. Indeed, there are few
of our native products which do not
contain some quality of liber, and re
cent experiments nave demonstrated
that the United States pays annually
for products which maybe made at
home the large sum of "10. WO, MX).
iV. J: Triliit ic.
I am fond of attacking hypocrisy, but
beyond that I havo no choice. All my
work is a pleasure. Do take any rec
reation? Of coure I do. My favorite
pastime is riding horseback. I also de
rive much rest from my work on a new,
lecture I am preparing. I intend to
take the platform again at no distant
day. I shall present an illustrated
lecture, which, while it will be instruct
ive, will be most, entertaining. Lect
ures, I think, as a rule, are very heavy,
and should have the educational ele
ment so sugar-coated that they will bo
not only palatable when taken, but
thev shall be desirable in themselves.
My illustrations will be in colors, dis
temper work, and 1 think wiil work a
new era in the lecture world. Thomas
'Vel' Meesdor LautensehlagiT, I see
in der bapers dot tier guvvinment vas
going to gif out a two per t.sent bond."
"Yaw, 1 vas hearin' tnyseliiill' of dot.
Vas you going to dake some of dose
bond's, Meesdor Levir"' "Yell, I sposen
mysellull' 1 got to dake in some oof
dem, but 1 told you somcding,, Mr.
Latitenschlager." "Vas is das?" "Veil,
1 hearin' dot dis guvvinment got so
much money dot in a leedle vhilo dey
issue a bond and sharge you two per
tsent for der brivilegu of puying it."
. ban Francisco l'uat.
Will be open for the reception of h'ksTS
June 1st. Teims, $8 00 per week.
Dr. Rarnum, a celebrated chemist, of
Louisville, gives the following analysis of
the waters under date of October 3d, 1 Sb3 :
SiMUNO No. 1. To each litre (2.11 pts.)
Carb of Iron ;!2.c"438
Chlniido of Iron trace.
Sulphate of Iron trace.
Alkalies 10 42:1
Chloride of Sodium 44:J
Sulphate Alumina 12.014
Sulphate Lime 10 270
Sulphate Magnesia (1.000
S.1MUN0 No. 2. -To each litre (2.11 pis.)
Sulphate of Inn H -20
Carbonate of Iron O.ioO
Sulphate of Alttminn 020
Sulphate of Mitgnesia 2.01)0
Chloride ol'Sadium 0.210
Chloride of Calcium 4-01)0
Sriti.vo No. fl. To each litre (2.11 pts.)
Oxide of Iron !! 220
Oxide of Aluminum 1 200
Sulphhate of Magnesia 4.800
Carbonic Acid Gas 2 800
8ulphureted Hydrogen G is 7.520
(Signed) J. P. Darn-cm, M. D.,
The Usual Result. .
It i not to be denied that a good sew
ing machine is one ot the most itnrrtant
appurtenances of the modern household.
We thought we had a good machine un
til one day the agent of tho New Rome
presented oration upon its eharactosistic
"But," we answered, "our machine suits
us well and we do not care for another."
The ageut, however, begged tho privjlege
of leaving one of his machines with us, "for
the ladies to try."
The request was not unreasonable, so we
granted it but more to oblige the agent
than anything tUe; for we really did not
want tha machine, and had not the re
motest idea of buying it.
The machine once in the house, it was
nitural that ladies should look it over;
thev did so, and as a consequence fell in
love with it. They say that without the
slightest wish to (leery or disparage any
oilier machine, this, all things considered,
is, in their opinion, the most desirable one
to bo had.
This unrivalled machine is manufactured
bv the NEW HOME SEWINO MA
CHINE CO., 30 Union Square, New York,
who wish us to say that all who will send
for their new illustrated catalogue enclose
their advertisement (printed on another
pige) will receive a set of fancy advertis
ing novelties, of value to those collecting
rJX IT i;r II ACER'S NOTICE.
To .T.,iin Willinmaon, the unknown owners ami all
nthi-r i!irli,' inter. r.-il :
Vmi uri- luMvliy tiiitiileil Heir nf n ali nf real on
t;itc, in tliiM-iiiiiity of A ;mil-r and Statu nf II11-nni-,
tii'M lv t!e i iiiintv i nll.Ttur "f Mi'l eounty, at
tin' ;j , .i : r t, r.-r ly ilnur nf ti rmirt lluuse, in tlin
riu uf Cairn, ill cuid enmity anil Mate, on tliw -ttli
il.'.y nf s.-,ti'iiil..-r, lis-.', for the taxt-s of fh year A.
s-I, tin., mill iui);iiil tl,-r.-i!i, tniMlHT with tien-aiti'-j-ami
eosts, I 'y ri lit A. .M.in liiMnii puri'liaHcd tlio
n-al i--tat,' hi-iviiiafti-r ili-i-riii.-il, nf t ii ji r.-f I in caiil
nullity ,'iinl st.it,-. ta,'il ill the niune of .lolin Wiil-laiu-nn,
tn w it : The eat half nf the sntitln'iist tpiar-t,-r
uf n'i linn :!t',, tnii-liip I.'), raiiin' -1 i"rt contain
itiL' s" in Ti-. Ami that r-nii punha-i-r iiftervvurils,
tn-Mii: mi the loth dav nf Miin li. lss, AfsiL'ni'd thu
id tilhai" nf Jul rrhar-e p-eehei! Il'nlll saiil rnunty ml
lei-tnr for Jaiil n-al i .-taie to the lUKlei-aiineil," who
timv imlil the -atiie; iiml Unit the tune allowi-il hy
law fir the re.le inidiuti uf -uiil real e-tate will ex
pire, ,ti the Uli .lav uf Sei,teitil,,-r, HM.
.lAs-l'KK Mi EI.VOV.
A-ii:iiee of i'liri hatier.
Cairn, 111., May '."a,,l, 1S.
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Sut:cos.s:r to Chas. T. Xewlautl ami
H.T. Gerould )
Plumbei, Stearr. and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave, bet. I'entli and Ele
CAILtO, : : : ILL.
D.ivc Well F tcc titnl l.ifi Vimni fu nislmd and
on: i.p. A, lit I'm Hit; Cvli.-brateil
T.UCKKYE FORCE I'lDir,
tr,eh--t t timp over Inv, ntcd. Now flirn Flxtarea
luriii-hi',1. to order. U it rixturcu repaired and
t".I-iMiiK promptly attended to. 319-tf
For Sale bv
85 S. Clark St., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO.
A rC'il.irjmnI'into. ttThc Oldest SppolnlUt
in tint United NluU', W.loau I.IFK l.oNu KXI'KHIKSCK,
porfci't ji'lh.nl ami! pur nit'iiieirio insiira fci'EEHY
ami I'Kkm visum1 ci hi of aII I'miit", ChmriiPAml
Nfrvaiif, l.ii'nstft. A tleem-rii of tho JtltMMl, Nkln.
Kliliu'yo IlliithlVr, I.rtiitloiiN, I lor, Old
Surt'N, .Hit rllliiir !' I lie 4WIiiihI, Sort .Mouth,
rout Itoiu. 1'itliiN, p.'nnnntmUy cured aud
fra.iu'.Uuil lroin tho isyaLcm for life.
EJ C S3 M fi S I C Th l7 ' Tm v 0 tfin v. i n al
Ii Cllfl UUO Losses, Sexual Ihcuy, Mmial
and I'lttfsiml U'tnktHS, Failing Memory,
HWfft J !, Sittttttd Jhvclvpmvnt, Imrdi
mnits to Marriage, etc, from excesses or any
cntim; speed it a, safely and jtriratety Cured,
Pfl-YouiiLj.MltMlt'- Airrtl ati.I 4H1 mn, and li
.lm lu'oil liK'tlHu. klll unit eii'rlnae, consult
lr. Ii;i-o at mm en. iln opinion Co' nothing, And raay
Hiive 1'iit Mr? im-tt'O' nd t-luime. Whon inconvenient
to viil t tn city t ir t i i'iittiitHit, iiU'dicine can he sent
even whom l-y mail or oiri'H iVre from oliifr
vu t Ion. 0 J-It M flclf-t'vuieiit t liat a physician who
jrivi- h n w ;i"!o nt rniitnni to a clan of diseases at
tain a tM'iit ftUill, And phy-iii'iana throiiirhotit the
cjunt r , hnnvw" t Inn. frMuent !v rejoin mend difficult
case- to tiio )idot Nfiot'tiilWti hy v hi tin ovory
known nno nmedv i ned. flj-lr. Hate's
Ase ii ru 1 r.xiM'rtrnco mtV.t Inn opinion of u
1ih-iiio Import. mot. P -t' Thou who call nee no
on it I ''it the ) t Mtttr. ( imhii hat ii free and nuoretfly
umilldejit Int. Ciiaes wlmii Iiavp failed in ohtnininyf
ri'lu'f eNewhero. ipoecilly Kuheited. r'etnnle Did
cipMH .rented v'all or writ, limit, from II to 4 1
6 to ( Niltilhw. 1 to IS. Gt'lUK 10 llKALIU
tiKNT I' lU'.i'.. Adtirt'btt as above.
iThorjflfttvli of i-pb or Xcrrnut IblUly, mn-
Iftl aud plivxl -Hi WMkiirn. l-mt niiilitnil,nfr-
rt'iw iinmiistu.'ii. tint runuiii nrinlUirtt -tti.
Bt rou jf fjiitii dm It will rnr ripp fuse pnntii-iH uw to )! io
box U, Cliij, Ui.
an mriwwid mrr lur 1'ilra.
lYic f 1 , nt druinriKta, or
tent prt"pil hymn
frtt. Ad. " AN I
paid nymnii. Minn
ilakera. Ilox S 4 1 8 Sew X ort
. A fnvnrlta nrotirrlntlnn of one Of tbt
tnost noifi and "Ueeot'.sl'ul pt-ciiillats in tho U. 4
(now retired fur tlipourn of .Vrrroua ttthilitv,
i,dit .Tf r ii fiourf, l(l.nr. anil )-fu. cul
Ui pltti u autilfd en VflnpeVeo. Ill ugisia uiu fill ,1.
Address CFt. WARD & CO., Louitianj. Ma. '
iH VUJV.V i.CK 1
liW 'IH K HI MAN Ho.V KM.A Kti Kl, OK V II,
pri U.MIfl Si, I HKM' O,1 Kfe.. nun jntfrtxTn-;
A i ! '. r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 'if 1 ii i- t r i 1 1 1 m i T j ' a t r4 ' It; n-'' t'.n!i
uuint't "e k tl .iv'tll,ltn1irl-n IP evul'-n.-e t t)'ilii
I'.iu -t in t'H t hi-t, 1 "i ' ne fMntrnry t heal vert i-er urn
vtv hi L-hlv" i n-i -r-.-d. Interfsfed I'-t-kh mav yt
n-.ii, il i. ii til, qr- ".ir fill pun n-ui.'ii-H hv ft'l Ir .---in
mrfti iTrrrr. im-a.! s.. v -1 .. , .,,,.,-rr
Sm Dr. KEAN,
hH l7SSltTTH CLAKK Tt, L'titCfi Lr
UWIir.d 1MU , li ttlll IrMtlBff All Pr-
Mr Tuu, Chruuie auJ ihcUI
rui.fttnnfttortit, ItnpoUncr t mitiaI
lnip-tty rml dlMUt, vtr. Cja
utiltAtUtn pertonil?, tr bf k Iter fr
pp. Kma tu th nnlf phtilrUo In lh
ettr ti4i wrrnt er or mo iiy. M