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THIS DAILY CiAlUU HULLKTIW: WEDNESDAY MOItNlNtl JULY 9, 1851.
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INVAHIARLT IN ADVANCE.
All Commniilcatioua rhoulil he aridre.sod to
K. A. HUKNUTT.
TMt her and Proprietor.
cold ti:a on i'opoc.vta
im:tl. llow Two American ;irlst Mailt tlit
ABcent of tlio (.rent Mountain
a l'cw AVooks Ago.
Minerva and I with our guides left
Amecamcca on tlio lolhof Juno. Tho
lirst nigbt wo passed far up tlio slope
at tho house of Don Damino Zila. Hy
live o'clock tlio next morning wo were
12,000 feet above tlio sea. At an eleva
tion of 15,000 feet tho scenes were
rrand impressive, even to the Yankee
girl who had learned to climb at Tike's
l'eak. The clouds gathered and has
tened us on and upward. And now
tho struggle Logan. Our alpenstocks
were no fancy al.'airs chamois tip and
other continental nonsense but stout
Flicks piked with iron, which we drove
down desperate depths and to which
wo cluug with despairing grip. Our
guide-book advises travelers to "pro
vide themselves with overcoats, veils,
and alpenstock, which they drivo into
tho ashes and volcanic sand." We had
indulged in wild jokes about taking
veils and overcoats "to drive into tho
volcanic sand," but we found danger
of literally following this advice, dan
ger of sinking ourselves, veils, over
coats, aud all, beyoud exhumation. W'c
TllUOUtiU THE BLACK SAND
and gained tho first fluted rul.le of tho
white skirt of snow that drops down
from tho cono. Then clinging to our
guides, scuilling, (dipping over the
rough blocks of ico and enow; falling
back to rest but a moment, then stag
gering on again: dragged and pushed;
Lauds torn and bleeding from clutch
ing tho sharp edge of the ico barriers;
tumbling on, half crazed with pains
ttiat dart through eyes and forehead,
for four long hours we traveled until at
last wo nearly tottered over tho edge
of a bleak and yawning gulf, and hear
through tho roaring in our ears the
triumphant voico of tlio guide as he
cries: "Mira! nciul esta la crater."
Look! Lero is tho crater. Woman's
pluck has won, and we have the satis
faction of seeing poor bruin, who re
sembles llamlot only in being "fat and
Beaut of breath," tho last to reach tho
goal of our united ambition.
Rolled in my warm Scots plaid and
the darting pains through tho forehead
relieved by a slight Lemorrhago from
both nose and ears, 1 was soon as suug
ns though in my own "rug" below, and
n glass of cold tea brought mo to a re
alizing senso of making tho most of
tho hour we wcro to spend on tlio sum
mit. Tho day was clear and line, but
1 must be truthful and say that tho
viow above 15,000 foot i.s not satisfac
tory. An area of 100,000 sojiaro miles
is very well enough to talk of, but too
vast for Lumau limitations and human
INDISTINCT AND SHADOWY,
hero the earth and tlio sky ".seem clos
ing down like a book that is road."
Tho clouds lay below and in one direc
tion tho lierco storm was spending its
fury. We could see tho lightuing Hash,
making strange rifts among the dark
The crater is very similar to Vesuvi
us, only being about three times as
large, and is silent, except occasional
reverberations of sound lrom tho sul
phur works below. A dense cloud of
Lrimstono blue ascends forever and
ever from the horrible depths. To-day
more than 100 Indians are working in
tho crater. They aeend and descend
continually, not on a heavenly ladder,
but by means of a rude whim and a
turbino which is being put in for hoist
ing, iancy it! a turbine wheel 18,000
feet in the air. They have huts 1,800
feet down in the crater. And down iu
that inferno they actually live, often
not coming up in tho sunlight for a
month at a time. Their teeth soon
wear away and their clothes decay and
drop oil', but I was told they arc con
tent and sutler no ill ellVcls that money
and metzcal (Mexican tangle-foot)
would not mend. Hut it needs a union
of tho imagination of Danto with tho
pen of Dorc to give you their pictures.
Tho descent was rapid. Tho guides
rolled us up in straw mats aud slid us
flown tho glacier like cono. A grand
experience in tobogganing it was, but
tho bruisos will long outlast the exper
ience. Another night wo sin-nt with
tho feeble conies aud the following day
were riding among the cacti and palms
of the valiej Mexico letter in the
Effect of Floods on Health.
For the second timo it lias been
proved iu Cincinnati that a Hood, in
stead of being followed by sickness,
prepares tho way for a period of un
usual hcalthfulness. It was so after
tho floods of last year, aud is so now.
A prominent physician says that tho
flood cleaned and puriticd that part of
the city which has always been the
starting place for all the diseases which
have prevailed. Tho Hooding of tiie
lower stories of filthy buildings, the
moving of household "goods to other
parts of tho city and tho moving of
them back again, and tho general
cleansing which the Hood made neces
sary bceins to have destroyed the
lurking germ of disease. In the bot
toms, where there i3 usually more
or loss of diphtheria, scarlet fever,
malaria, etc., at tins time of year, there
Js hardly a case of Bickness" reported.
In other words, tho human pig-sties
have been washed out. The doctors
uro complaining that they have noth-
,jng to &o. Baltimore Hii i.
I a jcgai , . ,, . ,
tu-y between "t'or.'ii mil, of (lalvcston,
ma the dlfflci"0.0ij to build a school
v1tb in making build a homo for uged
record of utmont
d to"y. ...... "
AV1T AM) 1IUMOU.
Matthew Arnold has had a soup
named after him. America's im
pressions of Matthew Arnold. Burling
Ion Free 1'nss.
A machine lias boon invented which
will darn stockings by just turning a
crank. "Who will care for mothor
Burlington Free iVcw.
"Tho Sagacity and Morality of
Plants" is the titlo of a volume w hich
lias just appeared in London. Hants
that stay out nights arc supposed to bo
tho worst. Xew Orleans Picayune.
"All brain-work," declares an emi
nent authority, "should bo dono with
out effort and in a jaunty mood." Ho
probably never had to writo an inside
editorial at 12 p. m. Boston Post.
Hotel clerks aro talking about hold
ing a general convention in New York.
If tho project bo consummated, dia
mond thieves will turn hopefully to
wards tlio great metropolis. Jloehester
A reporter who met a fashionable
lady taking a promenado with her dog,
speaks of "meeting a dog and a may,
and apologizes for mentioning tho do"
first, for he "was afraid of tho purp.
Fogg says ho doesn't believe it pays
in tho end to get your landlord to mako
exteusivo repairs, rutting new wood
into an old building is like putting new
cloth into an old raiment. Tho rent
is made worse.
When a couple of Pennsylvania men
swap wives, instead of making a great
fuss aud howl about it, tho country
paper comes out with a glowing article
headed, "Promising Revival of Trade."
Burlington Free Press.
When a lecturer goes to Montana ho
gives his lecture a title embraced in a
ninetcen-syllablo word, and this causes
tho people to think it a new kind of
mixed drink, and they crowd tho halls
to their utmost capacity.
A merchant who died suddenly not
long ago left on his desk a letter he
had intended mailing to a correspond
ent. An Irish clerk finding it sent it
oil after adding the postscript: "Since
writing the above I have died." Fort
A base-ball umpire was mobbed in
Philadelphia a few days ago. It will
6oon be so that every time a gamo of
base-ball is played the governor will
havo to call out tho troops to protect
the umpire. Our leading industries
must be encouraged and protected.
The .circus-goer will havo his mind
relieved by the announcement which
comes from California that tho lemon
crop promises to be a large one. This
will enablo tho venders of circus lem
onade to keep that articlo up to tho
old standard. Detroit Free I'ress.
"So you think your son smokes, Mrs.
Jones?" "I'm sure of it, Mrs. Hrown.
l'vo found pieces of tobacco in his
pockets." "Dear mo, dear me! I'm
eorry. My son has no bud habits. I
never find unything in his pockets but
cloves and coffee beans." Sjuiervillc
"Every young man nowadays should
begin where his father leaves off,"
said lilobson to young Popinjay.
"Well," replied the latter, "1 began
where my father left oil'." "You did,
cli? I didn't know as your father had
left oil!" "Yes, he did; lie Jeft oil
If a woman would only havo' her lips
pierced instead of her cars ami it
would not bo a bit more absurd a man
might do a good thinsr by inserting a
diamond-studded cull-button, which
would make her very happy and give
him a chance to get iu a word occasion
A Vassar girl writes: "1 haven't
seen a man in a month of Sundays.
Wo were out taking a 'constitutional'
Saturday and camo across a scarecrow
in a corn Held. All tho girls ran for it
at once, and I only managed to secure
a part of one of tho skirts of its coat.
Still it was something."
An Austin merchant sent his clerk
for tho twentieth time to tho resident'
of a prominent citizen t' collect a bill.
"Did you get anythingP" asked tho
merchant on return of tho clerk.
"Nol.iiiir nt all. Thev told mo to come
into tho reception-room; but I didn't
roceive anything." 'Jxns FiJ'Unys.
Herbert Spencer's lucid remark that
"an incidental force falling on an
aggregate containing like and un
like units segregates the liko units aud
separates tlio unlike," never strikes a
young man so forcibly as when a tailor
refuses to trust him for a new Spring
suit. Xorristoicn ILra'd.
Tho organ of tho bachelors is worried
to find out why a woman will spend
six weeks putting scallops on her dress
that nobody but herself will ever get a
glimpse of, and then run around tho
neighborhood in an old dirty wrapper
without any belt and every other
button burst oil'. Fremont (Ne'.)
A Mississippi man who writes for a
runaway wife describes her as having
"high cheekbones, upper front teeth
out, crippled in one foot, cross-eyed
and quick spoken." One cannot help
wondering why tho husband didn't run
away instead of tho wife. Ho cer
tainly had provocation enough. iW
A Russian is not legally a man until
ho is years old. Fancy a Russian
mother saying: "Alvirawiska, who
was that sitting so close on the sofa
with you last night?" and AM reply
ing: "Only Chipiuunkiwiski, alittloboy
from over the way. Wo were celtdirat
ing his twenty-fifth birthday." Phila
Statistics shaw that suicides aro more
numerous in hot weather, and that
about HO per cent, aro males. It is not
surprising that so many men young
men particularly should commit sui
cide in hot weather. It is about tho
only way they can escape the ice-cream
epidemic that rages during the season.
Korristo w n lie rah I.
At Augusta (la., the other day, light
ning struck a lien that was sitting on a
nest of eggs. When that thunder
bolt got out of tlio hen-house it looked
as though it had been drawn through
a sausage machine, and tlio way it scoot
ed for a cloud was a caution, liot you
it'll never striko sotting hen again.
Burlington Free Press.
Harold is tho five-year-old son of
agnostic parents, and is unused to re
ligious ceremonies. A pious undo from
tho couutry was recently asked at
breakfast to say grace, which he did
inaudibly. Harold leaned forward and
tried to catch tho words, and as soon
as it was over ho exclaimed to his
uncle, "Ah, ha, I heard yon."
Now, w hen a Philadelphia man goes
homo to tho bosom of his family at
night, and while marks aro plainly dis
cernible on ditlerent quarter of his
black coat, his wife doesn't accuse him
of having spent tho evening push
ing billiard balls, for she knows
that it is possible that ho may havo been
to the circus and leaned up against
the "white" elephant.
A short time ago a child, accompanied
by a dog, strayed away from-its homo
in Sacramento, and becoming weary
laid down to rest on the corner of a
street. Tho dog would allow uo ouo
to touch the child. A blanket was
finally thrown over tho animal, and a
policeman took tho little sleeper iu his
arm to tho station house. When tho
dog was freed ho was frantic until ho
caught sight of his baby companion.
A lady entered a Plymouth store,
saving that she wanted to purchase a
Riblo to present to her husband upon
his approaching birthday. She was
shown what sho wanted, and. having
made her selection, was about to retire,
when sho suddenly remembered some
thing else, "llaveyou playing cards?"
The shopkeeper had playing cards, and
the lady selected two packs. As sho
was going out an old gentleman re
marked: "That's Plymouth religion
ail over one 13iblo and two packs of
cards." -Boston Transcript.
I'l-eiiilit by Telegraph.
Tlio familiar pleasantry about send
ing persons from place to place bv tele
graph is, in tlio light of modern inven
tion, far from a joke. How speedily
tho fact may be realised can not bo
said, but just now a worthy English
scientist lias come as near an answer
to tho question as to havo a scheme
perfected for transporting freight by
wire. No one so much as whimpers a
doubt of tho entire practicability of
Professor Fleeining Jeukiu's project of
telpherage. The experiments have been
wholly satisfactory, and the invention
now but awaits a practical use, and
lines wiil be at once constructed to
give it this final test.
Telpherage is in truth physical teleg
raphy, by means of which, instead of
mystic sounds intelligible ouly to
special education, an operator may dis
patch from one station to another mat
ter to the amount of ono ton weight,
with no intermediate handling or ser
vice. The means to tho accomplish
ment of this end are interesting. Strong
post, erected at distances of seventy
feet apart, provided with cross-heads,
will support steel rods about three
quarters of an inch in diameter, ono
set of rods serving as the up-line, and
the parallel set as the down-lino of tho
telpher road; tlio height of tho posts
wiil bo determined by the character of
the locality traversed. Tlio end of a
rod on one lino is connected by a con
ducting. wire to tlio end of tho next rod
on tho other line, tho extreme rods
at ono eud of the lino being thus con
nected to tlio terminals of tlio dynamo
electric machine which generates tlio
current, liy this nieaus consecutive
spans aro alternately in a different elec
trical state, aud tho connecting wire
makes the circuit complete. Ou the
rods wheels aro run from which depend
tho trains, consisting of an electric
locomotive and fivo or six buckets or
carriages. Tho buckets aro connected
with each other by stiff' rods, which
maintain tho equal distance of each
during tlio transit of tho train up and
down grade or against winds, separat
ing the buckets from ten to fifteen feet,
thus covering tho length of one whole
span of rods. Therefore when part of
a traiu is running down an incline, be
cause of tho bending of the suspended
rod, the other part is going up, one
aiding the other by decreasing tho
Although each train will be able to
carry only about ono ton burden, as
trains can be repeatedly run at a dis
tance apart of one-fifth of a mile, as
much service can bo effected as is usual
with an ordinary railway track. A
great advantage is gained iu dispens
ing with all attendants, the trains
being operated wholly from the sta
tions where aro pla'ced the dynamo
machines driven by steam or water
power. It is found that acute curves
can bo described, a radius of six feet
having been practicable, and a gradient
of ono foot in ten can with ease bo
overcome. A principal objection to
tho scheme that will prevent its com
peting with railway trallio is, in addi
tion to the distribution of bulk, tho
inability of the telpher train to attain
a high rate of speed. No greater ser
vice than five miles an hour is at pres
ent calculated upon, but as the system
is only designed to dispense with "team
ing traffic it will not be found that tho
rate of travel presents an objection to
According to Professor Jonkin's esti
mate, fivo miles of telpher road, includ
ing everything connected with its oper
ation, can be put in readiness for oper
ation at a cost of J -10, 000, and that tho
expense of conducting it wiil be about
2 per cent per ton per mile. This moro
than favorably compares with road
traflie. A road of five miles costs about
$i'j,000 for construction, while the cost
of cartage is about 1 shilling per ton
per mile. If tlio telpher system is
found to be practical it can be made of
great value and profit to mining and
other districts where tlio condition of
couutry makes railway construction
impossible or unprolitably expensive.
Tho svstem will never bo popular to
intramural operation, owing to tho
positive objection to telegraph wires
overhead, which would bo greatly in
tensified by tho telpher lines. Rut
there can ho no question that tho in
vention will prove of very great benefit
to many important interests if the m
vcutor is happily fortunato In his en
deavors, aud with tho greater perfec
tion of the mechanical operation, in a
higher applied power, great gain may
bo made iu tho rate of time in transfer.
Tho scheme is at any rate interesting,
and its development will be curiously
Utica, N. Y., has started a reading
ro in exclusively for girls.
To permit yourself and family to
With sickness when it cun be pn vented
mid cured easily
With Hop liiiteis!!,'
Having t xperieiiccd a great deal ( f
"Tn tilde ! ' from indigettion, so much so
that I cnuie ni'iir losing my
My trouble always came utter taking any
However Ik lit
For two or three hours at a time I had
to go through the most
"And the only way I ever got''
Was by throwing up all my stomach
contained. No one can conceive the pains
lluit I had to go through, until
I wns taken! ".o that or three weeks I
lay in be 1 und
Could eat nothing!
My hi ll'i .-rings were so that I called two
doctors to give me something that would
atop the pain; their
Efforts were no good to tin.
At last 1 heard a good deal
"About your Hop Kilters!
And determined to try them."
(Jot a bottle in four fours I took tin
Next day I was out of bed, and have not
lluiir, from the same cause sine...
I have recommended it to huiidnd of
others. Y;ni have no such
"Advocate as I mil." Geo. K-ndall,
All.-tmi, Roston, Mass.
Columbus Advochte, Tex ts, April 21, 'til.
Dcir Editor:--1 have tried your Hop Hit
ters, and find they are mmd for sny com
plaint. 'I lie best medicine I overused in
my lami'y. II. Tai.knkii.
t y"NM' tr'iini ' !) without h Tin noli of un-eii
Iliij-n en t:;e wh'te label. Shan alt the v.!e puis-n!i..i:-
riiail Willi -'llnli" or il'U!-" " in their lnim
Hrtlf Out of His Head.
T.'i. --'-(l be Die tnun," enid Don (,i li jett's w nrr
Kliilre, "who Ir.vi nti (1 Mecp." Sun hu'e cr.itltil'b
i d!:re,l ut what if om-cnnnnt f ri.ny re-inn t-t.j-iy
that i .v.r icnt invention ? "Ni rv jtimein in me
hail heiuli.e a li 1-eHfe."' writec Mr. William Cnte
inan. the well kuown wholesale ilru'rt ol il .tlalo.
"I cor.M ii'it u'eep, and my ni'!its wure. ei her
nae-cl in that curt ol reftlcMine-s wnieh nearly
crazes a num. or In a kli.il of Miip r. haunted by
tonn- iitiiii.' driuia , Having Mken I'auk us'
Tumi f-)r other trouble., 1 tried It alc for this.
The re-!i',t both nr pri-ed and delighted ne. My
lu-ivee wen- tuned to concert pitch, and line O i-ar'n
fat mm. 1 fell Into the ranks ol those who sleep o'
li itftilf - I -houlJ add thai the Tonic n eedily did
away with 1 1 ; condition ol general ilebi it) and
dyspepsia o. casloiied by my previous Blecples-in.",
and nave ine ctriiitli nnd penci l (ik'entinn. In
brn-l, the ue ol the Tonic iburuunhly re t eiab.ish
eil my in til '.h. I huve u.-cd iAiiKKii'.- 1'o.Mi with
entire sui'i'-n tor ea--ickiiesK and for thu bowel
difonlers incident t-joci-un voyages
I til- pfi partition has herelolore been known a
r.M.i.tn p Iiinokii '1 uM( . Jl.ti.-Hlt'-r il wihbead
veiltpeil mnl sold n.idU' lbe nume of I'.M.kkhs
Ti N.i oiiilUtTiii the word 'tiiisjer." II scox A; t o
are induced to make Itos change by tho hc iou of
u ,( ruiqplcd deaiers who lime lor years dvci lied
their customers by pubsiiiaiin inferior prepara
lions under the name of pinner. We diop the
nusleudlii il word ad the more wlniiieiv, as Kinder
is un unimportant ihivorinK inured. ent in our
J'leaxo remember that no chance has been, or
will In , niBiie in the prcputntiou ilse:f, met nil hot
tics rei ulniiiK in the hands of (lenlers, urappc-1
under the nnnieol i'Aiiivtn' ( iiMiBii To if. contain
the ecu ii ine medicine if tuo fac-sin.ile fknattire ol'
JJis( ox X to, is at the butiotii of tho outside
State or Illinois
I I ileuit Ceilt nf Al
, s iwamter I 'mint i , in
Cocnty of Ai.F':ANriu i limio-rv.
1-ianiis H. Atln rl'in
Lilly AtiK-rton, William Athertoti and Thomas ,l.-f-fers
l'lllilic Notice is h'-rehv --iieii that. In pi:r-;iam
of a (Imiti-i' made and entered In- -aid court in the
above entitled can-", on the Mlh da. of Mav. A. i
ISM, I, Alexander 11. Imn, .Ma-b-r iu hane. rv of
the sant circuit court in .wi-xame-r eoiiniy, win, on
I-TUDAV, THE FlIisT DAY OF AK.OT, lvM,
at the hour of 11 o'cloik tn the fun-noon, at the
mthwesti-rlv door of the coin' hou-e. m t,,. , in of
t'airo. county of Alexander and stab- of Illinois, Veil
at public auction, to tin- hiniiie-t and ln-t bidder, all
iitid sin-'iilar, the real estaie in sain decree mention
ed, aitinitein the city of Cairo, county of Alexander
and stale of Illinois, to sati.-fy said l- r-e, bein j
the undivided one-eiehth part of the follow iiii: do-
scrilied lands, to- it : Tin- ea-t half of t tn north
west quarter; the northeast ijuarter of the soiithue-t
tuarter, and the nortmve-i quarter in tnc snutlieast
quarter of section twenty-one r:ii: al-o the ninth
west quarter of the southeast quarter of seilinn fif
teen i l.'o, all in tow nship sixteen, iii couth ami in
rariL'e two, west of the third principal meridian.
Terms of sale, one-hall of piuvha-e mon-v ca-h in
hand, balance on a credit of i-i month-, with nod
ami inortjra'.'e on preiuii-es cold, li-arinj n per cent.
Dated I turn, III., .Ink -th, l-s
AI.F.X II. IIIYIN.
Master in ( 'hanc-ty.
1). T. Miie-.'ar, t 'otnplalnaiit's Soliiitor.
State ok Illinois, t circuit Hoiirt of Alex
ss, d.-r Coutitv. Illinois.
G'orsTY of At.KXAMiKH. I I u ( liaiic.-n
ht'arles (). I'atier and liulcenia Wolf
John Wolf, Henry Wolf, Mr-c Wolf wife f n,.nn
Wolf, Kaunv shriver, Jeffei-on shihi-r,
I.oulsa Alb-n. Anna Mary Jam-it
and Kliza Fisher.'
For Partition and AiJL'nmont of Dower.
Public not he is herehv L-io-n that. In iiiiiseanee of
a decree made und enti-ied by said i ourt in the above
entitled cau-e, on the -,'lth day of .lime, A. D. ISM, I,
Alexander II. livin, .Master in l hancerv ot the said
circuit court of Alexander county, will, on
FKIDAY, THK FIIiST DAY F At nfsT, Ism,
At the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon, nt the
southwesterly door of tho cotllt house in the city of
C airo, county of Alexander and stale of Illinois,
sell at public 'miction, to the hL'liest and best, bidder,
all and singular, the followiic.' described premises
and real 'state in said decree mentioned, to sati-fv
said decree, to-wit : Lots nil in In-red one 1 1 1, two i-ji
and three dli, Iu block numbered nineteen i lib, in
the 1-iiHt Addition to the city of Cairo, iu the county
of Alexander and state of Illinois: also the south
west quarter of the soiithea.-t quarter of section
number tweiitvsoveti rJ'i, In township number
thirteen ibb, south ran.'e two r.') east, in the county
of Johnson, and state of Illinois: al-o a part of the
northeast quarter of the nortlu-a-t ijuarter of section
number to t.i, in tnwnsnip nnmiier twelve
(p.'i. pinitli ranu'e three ci) east, in the
said county of Johnson and state of Illinois, name-
v cominenciii'' at a small bii kot v tree on the west
line of said quarter, quarter sect ion at a branch forty
rods norm oi me sou'nwesi corner ot sum tract ot
land: thence ruiiniiiL' due east three chains and slxtv
links to a stone; thence north ten de-.-n-es east four
chains and live links to a stone at the northwest
orner of ot number sewn o i. In 1 mine I I ill
south : thence south eighty six deu-rees east, thirteen
rods belte' the north line ot lots numbered six (til
and seven (T) to a stone : llu-ni e south ten deerees
west one ( haiu and thlrtv nine links to a stone:
thence northwesterly to the southwest corner of
said lot number seven (7): thence north ten di-urees
east one chain and thirty nine links to (he plain of
bcL'iniilnt: liu liiilinir said lots numbered six tbi and
seven (?, in Tiinnell Hill south. The terms of
sale will be one-half the purcha-u money In cash on
(he day of sale, ami the balance payable in nine
months with a per cent, interest, secured by note
ami mortL'ie.'e on the premise) sold. The premise
will be sold free ol the dower of the complainant,
Dulcenla Wolf, therein.
Hated Cairo, III., July Stli, 1ss.
AI.KX II. IltYIN.
Master In Chancery.
(leo. Fisher, Coiiiilaitiant's Solicitor.
I'.y iiddi-cHini! C !::. I'. liOWT.LI, CO , m
Spruce St . .New York, can b ain the ei,i I cost
ol any proposed line of A h ' 1. 1(1 1 SI Nt i In imer
cati NcwhpnpcrH. 'M pae,i! rainpli'el, x
Honest Old Abe.
Abraham Lincoln has a HltoiJif be-l,-. Other
may bv iisin' lli-Hson'a Caprine, Torm l'iastern.
(llt'lt'lCli'lN "f ''"l"1'' wr wll were ro.
"11 JliillO fuse l tmv lor thetll'ie between
(1 ate of commission and i llb lal muster, will lltnl It
to their interest tn ( ominiinh ate promptly and
with particular-', with Mi SKILL A III 1(1 II, At
torneys and Solicitors. Drawer l'.7. Washington,
D. C No tecs in advance; honorable dcalinu;
hi till rclerchi lis.
The Science of Lifts Only tfl
1SY MAIL rOST-PAID.
Exhausted Vitality, Nerrons and Fhy'lcal De
bility. I'l'wmatiire Declinu in Man, Krrors ol
Y'outh, and untold miseries restiltini; lrom India
cret'on or cxcei"es A book tor every man. votink..
middle-nned and old. It contains V."i prem ripilons
or all acme and chronic diseases, each one ol
which is ima liable, so tound by the Author,
whose experience lor 'il yeursis such as probably
never before feil to tin-lot of any physician. :.()
panes, bound In beantiltil French muslin, embo
sed covers, Itil' e.ilt, u'uaracte. d to be a finer work
tn ev. ry sense-mechanic:, literary and profes
sional (ban Miv other work sold in this country
for .Ml. oi the m iney w ill b.- refunded In cv. r
Instance. I'tb i- oi ly gl.'n bv m ill. pont-pKi I.
Illustrative "n:: le i. rents. ' nd now. Hold
medal art arilcd the author bv il.o Natto- al Medicti!
Association, to th1- i t'.icern ( I w bich her- fers.
This book should be read br the yoiinj; lor in
struction, and by the afflicted for relicl It will
hem-tit all. London Lm.ret,
Tln-re is no member nt society to whom this
book will not be useful, whither youth, parent
jiuanl'iiu, ln-to.i'K.r or ileri? man. Argonaut.
Address tll; l'eabody Me. ileal iit:t'ite, or Dt
W. II. Darker, No. 4 liiilllt.ca stri ct, li iston,
Mass., wlio niav In- cnsulin! on till di-ini-cs re
qui'in skill nnd experience, clron-c tmd oh-tv
nate niseai that haV'-bailie. I 1 T 1 I the
skill ol all o-her phvslcfitis n 1 I I J I J sin-ci-iltv.
Sin h tr. utcii sue rP I I ' CI,' l,"1
cc"t!i'!v without an Inst- 1 II 1 O 1 I J 1
ai.ceol failure. Mention this reiptr.
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TOR SALE BY
If. Steaiila &. Co,. Cairo. Ill
T 11 K
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, lf!!l3, Under tin
Law of lHlJ-'l.
Successor to Widows and Orphans M'linal Aid So
ciety, Organized July -Ith, 1S77, under
the. laws of HIT.!,
JOHN It. ItOllIN'SON.
WM. Hl ltA I f 'N
.1. A. (iHl.tiSTlNh;....
C. V. KUNNINtl
... Vice l'rtsident
BOA11I) OF MRECTOJW foii 1st YEAR.
Win. Strattnn, Strntlon A llird, uro-.ers, Cairn, 111.,
J. A. (lOldstlne, oKioldstlde .V: lloietnialer, whole
sale and retail dry irnnil.C. V. Uiiuiilnir. M. I).;
Pre", lid. Med. l-.x., for Tensions; Albeit Lewis,
commission merchant: .1. II. Kohlnson. eoiimv
jtidcje ana notary public; Win. K. I'ilcher, com.
nroKer and inurance anciit; k. II. Ualril, city
Httei t nupervtsor; M, l'h.lii s. rar.cnler nnd Imlld
er; 'I hoinas Li w is, attorney and secretary ; K. V.
I'lerci jatioriicy-At-law. Duljtioiu III. ; K. C I'aco
cashier oi" Centennial Han i, Ashley, III. j Albert
llnyden, cashier of Oeoruo t'onneily ,t Co., Sprlne
Held. 1,1 j II. M Mtinn. attorney-at-law, lfitl Ka.i
dolph street, (JhlraL'o: Hon. Kobt. A. Hatcher, nt.
lorney-ablaw, Charleston, .Mo.; II. I.elghton,
cashier l irst National Hank, Stuart, Iowa.
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SubKI'i.Mi ( All Ir..in t.'alro to Cincinnati, with
on' channel!, un 'I tbi-oiih sleepcts to St. Loul.
l''a.-t '1 nno Knst.
f';" ('ll IT '"'"hroueb to Knst.
I ii.s.si.iiu,i IT points without anv delay
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inon train fr. mi Cairo arrive, tn new Yo'k Monday
tKiruit'n b( lo::i',. Thirty sli hoars in advanceol
nv other route.
I f l'or thrniifli ' irk'-ts ami further ir.fortn.i'.lcii
i; iy kt Illinois CVi.lral l'.nilrosd Depot, ( tiro.
1 II. .IONICS. 'I iclcet ...ent
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U. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
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xcept sun lav. t Dallv.
TIM H ( Aid)
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9 p. IB
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(. a. in.
4 p. Ill
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" (southern Div
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st. .t .lon
" depart. Wed., I'rl. dt Sun.
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l'.o. box del. o,i.n from tia.m. to ! p. in,
Sunday, t'et . del. o( in lrom ki. m, to lo.m.
Suinla box del. open from b . m to lo:i am
ffNOTK. -Change, will be published from
time to time In city papers. Chancfe vour card, ac
cord;n:ly. WM. M. MUKI'llY. P. M
617 St. Charles Su ST. LOUIS, M0.
A. Tacnlnr Ornd nan p. two medical
mlb-irc. has len loia-e, eiik'i.ced in the tr.-a'.-
nient i,f ( ;i, roiiio, Nsrvin m tSUiti anil
Hloo.t l)lse,-i- s than .inv other phylclan t it
St. I.onlt, as city papers show un.l all i Id rei
ilent? know. Consultation it vrl or tin- mall,
Ir.-e and Invited. A friend It talk or b.s opinion
e.nts nodilnir. When II I- l:ieei.venb-nt toTl-.lt
the city lor tre.-ittnent. n.e.ll.-lncs can be sent
by mall or express evi-rv wh. i .-. ( arable ca s
(ruaranlee.l ; where .b.ubt ex lot.. It. U 'rankly
s(a(ed. Caller Write,
Nervon Prostration, Ddiliitr, Msntii nnd
1'liyilctl Wflin, ItsrcuiUI and other
tftortlont of Throat, Sklntnd Bone., liloo.l
ImpurltUn and Blond Polvmlng, Skin Alter
tlona, Old Soremnd I'lceM, Impedimenta to
Marriage, lihcutntthm, PIIm Kperlat t
tent Ion t fae from over-wnried brain.
SI BtilCAL CASKS receive uperlal tt"ntlon.
I)leaie wrl.lnar from Imprudences Kirewei.
Indulifenccs or Expoiurei,
It Is self-evident that a phvilclan p.vlnr
particular attention to a clsnf cai-k aitalm
(Treat iik III. and pbvslclani in rem.lar p.-i.ctb-o
all over the country knowing thK Creii-enlly
recommend (-.-e to the oldest oiH. e le A meri
ra, w here every kuown appliance li -eM)rti-t
to, and the prov-il jjooj rotiiHil is- of ab
BKes and eountrles are ued, A whole IfMise H
unl forollii-epui iosefl, and all are (read-.! with
fklll In a respectful manner; and, know.nir
w hat to do. no experiment are made, C n i.e.
cant of (he Kieat number niiplvln'. tlio
charires are kept low. often lower thun Is i;e
mande.l hv others. If von secure the ski I t ml
jr.-t a spenl j and perfect III'.; cure, that .s ..le
Important inatt.-r. Pamphlet, 30 pugeo. 3:iit
to uuy address free.
PLATES. .MARRIAGE GUIDE.!
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rents In poitaireor ourreiicv. over lll'ty w .n
(b rful pen picture!, trnu tollfe. a. tieleii on tile
follow ine subjects : W bo may marrv 'I whon X ?
whvr rrotieraneto marrv. Who n miry tlr-t.
Maiibood, Woman lion. I. Phvslcal .le.-av. W -m
Bbould marry, llow life ami happlnc may nc
lit.-rea-.eil. Thoe married or coutcmplat-.:.'
niarrvltot shoull read It. ItniiKbl to be real
by all adult persons, then kept under lock a.. I
key. I'opu b.r edition, smnras above, luitpai -c
cover and 2eu pai;e, -'ii centi by mull, U money
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r'Jia by all DriiUKlsia and Deuicisin Medicine,