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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING JULY
To SMOKERS of Blackwell's
Genuine Bull Durham
This Sperial Deposit is to pnarantec the
payment of the i premium fully described
In our former announcements.
The premiums will ho paid, no mutter how
small the number of bars returned may ho.
Ofici MarlnrtWl Durham T'Mrra (V.)
'.rAum, N. C, J.iv lu, I'M. (
P. A. WILEY, Ks'j..
C'uhitr liitik nf Purh'im, n.rVim, .V C
Pear Hih -We ymi 11 '.Hi, which
I lea-'i place, on Kss'ial IlepoKt to l-ny r.-Ilil u :j . rt
i t ourcu,ty tobacco w to b" r. t iru. l !.
l&lh. y .urntruly, J S. CAWt, Prc-I lent.
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I'rrtt. li'itrkut f' inrVim r'"f(yj fV
PrAB KiH 1 haw to acknowledge, receipt of
SII.Vuiki fruin you. hnh have plact-U upon
l-Clal IX-iioMU'if the obji-ct '"" ''-it''-
lVuur iruly. K A. WIl.t'V, Cahl r
None genuine without picture of IHTXou the
I a- kiwi'.
I f".Se our other ahhouixtn.n.U.
A 1 I
R x-inw It art on the I.1VKK, HOMTXS tail
KID.M.tS at th ninn time.
Bcpausa It tltaiuH th yu m of the poinon.
oua humor lUt ctuvelop in Kidney and Uri
nary Uueaaca, Biouancaa, Jaundice, Conatipa
Hon, Pika, or la Hacumatiam, Neuralgia, Ncr
voua Inaonler and ail Fetr.alo Complaiuu.
I rsuUh IT.n,y t,y nits.
XV VTZLL BUEEI.T CTEB
By calming FEES ACTION cf all tho organ
and functions, thereby
CLEANSING tho DLOOD
restoring the normal power to throw off diacaae.
TH0U8ANDS CF CASES
of the wont forma of tb'o t-rnbl disease
nave boeu quickly rr.uowl, and in a short time
I'KIir, 1, 1 11,110 OB liut. SOU) 111 Dm (itdsTS.
Try can be a?.--t by rr.tj.
WE1X8, RlCiLAKD301f & Co., turUnirton, Vt.
3 SraJ lU'iip ( l,UT A.:,.i ft I--.
(Siicic.-s i to Chin T- N't wldii I an 1
II. T. (mT'.iiM )
Plumbei, Steam and Gas Fitter
ronniiciri.il Ave, hit. reutli ;ml Ele
vt'iith Ms ,
OlkO, : : : 1 IAj
Dihe W. I. ,n .' and I.if: Ii:u; f:i:u!r ! d and
ptl! t. Ai,''.u.t f.tt the ' v'.c'n-s'.cit
MJUCKKYK KOJtt H PHII",
the hi't lunij) ev r lnvi iit. 'l. N. .i I''!t:urv
!ur!iih.v. to oriier. U l n.v.ri;." ri-pn.rt'd and
Ityjuliiiirig ,roint'.) int. ii'! ! t.i. 'll't-tl
STATi or Il.l.lS-11
Col NTY uV Al.K" AMih '
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r i o-it.ly, I!
I n 1 li:iui .'l '
I.i.ly Atli.'it-.ii, Wiiliam Alh.-rtoti hn.'i Tie.ina-.lef
f.-r- ui ( ui-'.
I'lil. li. "..!! i- h.-r-'ii .'ii'-a lh .t. in .i;r- ; iii. .
or a it-, ri-" in vl" hum !i l -r- l -.ml in tii
above .-Tltit 1.-1 I HIIri', oil tilt; r,!ll !., of V ll. A. I)
I. Al-ni'-r II. In In, Mi-l-r in tiin- rv ,.f
tli iii I'ln-uit i.wrt of Ali'N'iml.T mnn'v. will, mi
KI'.II'AV, T11K niT HAV "I- AI i.I -T,
at the hour of 11 o'llork in ... foirnooii. :,' th"
iouihi-li-rlv ilour of tin- nuui lio;i-'. In Hi.' eltv of
I airo. loiinu of Ale vain Sit uihI -Ian. of Illinois, e.-il
atimlilli- am'lloii, Id the hiL-l!--l ami l.iil.l.T, all
ami einu'iilar, the r-iil i.f!;iie in ,tnl d.-i ree iie iiii ui
nil, "itiiH'r' In the county of AlevutuU-r
aiul ptiite of Illinois, to :,ti.'fy r-:i i 1 1 i'..'i ree. 1 i n tr
the uiidiv iiii'il one ei;hi!i part . if the fullnwitiu' d"
i riHeil lanil-, to it : The en-t h.ilf of the nurtli
weHt iiir!er ; llje ui r tli';t-'t .Hurler of the Biuth-!i
ijuurter, and the norlhne-t iiiart. r of the -ouitheit't
iUarter of "ection twenty oil" i.'l.; lil-o the i-ollth-Wesl
ipiarter of the nouiheu-t j nnrt'-r of seetioii tif
teen i l.'o, all In tow n-hi;i f i vt.--n ilin, s-oinh and in
raiiL'e two, west of Hie third principal meridian.
Terms of -:le, one half of pnreliu.-" uioiiev i u-h In
hand, lialanee on a-Teilit of siv inonih, wjih not.-
and niort;'a'i.' on pruiniei? wild, liearin'.'U jmr tent,
Unle.l Cairo, III , Julv Sih, lsl.
AI.CX II IKV1N,
Ma-Ter in t'liani t-iy.
I). T. I.lne.iar, ('oiiiphiinaiit'ti olii it,,r.
JASTKU S SAI.K.
STATK OK ll.I.tS'ot, ) ( iretlil Colirl of Alel-
-rifi, der t'ountv, I llinoi..
t'ol'NTY oK Al.KVAVI'FIl, 111 t'llalli ei v.
Churl'' (). Putter and Duleeiihi Vi'olf
John Wolf, Tlenrv Wolf, Mr. Wolf wife of Ilenrr
Wolf, runny Slniver, Jeffermin Mirhor,
l.onii- Allen, Anna Mury Jarred
and KlizH l-'i.-her."
For Partition and Aml'.-nmont of flower.
Piihiic notire Ik hereliy L'iveu thai, In piir-uiuni e of
adei-ree made and entered hy paid court in the ahme
entitled ciiu-e, on the 'Jlth day of June, A. I). 11, I,
Alexander II. Iivlu, Mister in Chancery of the mid
rircult court of Alexander county, will, on
FRIDAY, THE 1'IHST DAY Or' Al'LI'ST, 1-M,
at the hour of II o'i lock In the forenoon, at tlie
ooiilliweJlerly door of the court house in the ciiy (if
Cairo, county of Alexander and state of Illinois,
fell at pulilic'auctlon, to the hii;lii't and tioct hidder,
all and cluiulur, the followim: descrtlied premiei
and nuiI eetatii In mild decree mentioned, to niti-fv
paid decree, to wll: Pots ninnhered one ill, two i'ji
and three (Hi, In hlock nuniliereil nineteen il'.o, In
the First Addition to the eitv of Cairo, in the countv
"f Alexander and Mate of Illinois; also the south
west quarter of the southeast quarter of section
number twenty seven c'Tl, in township niimher
thirteen (Pli, south ranee two r') east, in the countv
cf Johnson, and state of Illinois; also a part of the
northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section
number two (.'), in township number twelve
(P.i, miiitli run threw cist, In the
Battl county of Johnson anil stn'e of Illinois, nalne
lv conimeiu Inu at a small hlckorv tree on Hut west
line of said quarter, quarter section at a branch fori v
rods north of the southwest corner of said tract of
land; thence riiniilin.' due east three chains and slvtv
links to a stone: thence north ten decrees eat four
chain and live links to a stone at the northwest
comer of lot number seven i7, In Tnnnell Hill
onlli : thence south eighty-six deorees east, thirteen
rods helm; the north line of lots miniliered sit (li
and seven ("Ho a stone; thence south ton douree
west one chain and Ihirtv nine links to a stone:
thenro nnrthweHterly to the southwest corner of
aid lot number seven (Ti; thence north ten degree
east one chain and thirty nine links to the place of
beKluuiiiK Incluillnu' safd lots numbered six (lii and
seven in Tunnell Hill south. The terms of
sale w ill be one -half the purchase monev In cash on
the day of vale, and the balance pavahle in nine
months with tl per cent. Interest, neciircd hy note
and tnortirau'e on the premises sold. The promise
will be Bold free ol the dower of the complainant,
Dulronla Wolf, therein. '
Dated Cairo, HI., July Htli, 1SHI.
AI.KX II. IHVIN'.
., , . , , , Master In clmncery,
Vvo. Fisher, C'omphiliiiiiit a Solicitor.
The Daily Bulletin.
ni l li lAl. I'U'KIC ui." AI.KXANIiKK Ct'l'NTY
iS'ihliKD AT TIIU CAIKO rUHTorKICK Ki'lt
I UAN.-jSIIHSi).N TIIIMLOIITIIK MA 1 1.8 AT
HKCOMl CLASS It AT UK.
Citrcluss l.luljbin uliout setioti sic
nets anil (luiitlis in tliia commuoity in get-
tint; to be altoo(!iliLr too cuniiiKiii, Only a
few tluys sinct', Dr. Putrio was islilitly in
ilitpost'l, auJ half aa liour alterwarls llit;
..ouocrs in all die runotu Cirnets of the
city h til him ilu ui anil rua'ly lor tho grave.
Yisti.T..y Mr. A.J. Carle was the victim
ami though he was r peuted'y aiul t inili'i',i
cal'y ui-siiirc.il tinti he h'nl ilitd early yes
teiihiy uiorniiiLj lie piriislcd in nioving
about the itu-cu in jiur-iuit tf liis uual
hiHiuc.-s ju.-.t as naturally ag though he had
lu i n alive. This talk in entirely out of or
der. To the inoiigtra who interest them
selves in nothing so much as in te cirtuln
tion of f'-iundationle.'S and fccn'atioml rum
ors, it tuny be entertaifing an 1 funny, but
the general public does not appreci t'.e such
jokes an J may become alarmed. The
S'.veral tutden deaths that li'ive ot.cuned
in the city within thelait week or tan d iys
c wi be traced to causes that enn l e easily
avuided by nry one who will txercise ordi
nary care in diet, drit.k, dres, exercises,
etc, To take cop'ous draughts of ice cold
water is alwayj dangorous to nr. over-heat -t'l
pyit'.ni, an I is liable to produce disease
i-f the na'ure of choleia; bo are imported
green fruits. Live up to the commonest
rules of gyyiene a i l (here is little chance
of s'.tkne-s tvui in these times of ur.u-ual
me'eir..loiral and a'nvpl:eric cmdi-
The Chicago, Milwaukee ti: St. Paul
Ily. Co. have isued an elegantly printed
book, "The Tourists" Wonderland," tilled
with han lsomeengriTingsof points uf ir:
teri'st along its lines, Ukc-, mountain
ccne, c:tie, U:idr:apes fine residence-,
etc., and containing a brief description uf
the rovl, with interesting general div:rip
t:v matter relatir g to the Country through
whicl) it pt-ss. This road tak'-s the lea 1
of all othcra in efpiipmen', sifety, speed
and comfiit t,t travelers; ncl;ning ch-iirs,
dining ro mi cars, pa! xe sleeper, etc. We
have before us the bill of f ire (meals 73
em's) d'ning car, v.hieli will be interest
ing rea lir g to thus.' who stay at home as
well as nil who travel: Dinner: Gnen
turtle, Julienne soup. Iloiled salmon, a U
Hollandtisc; bake 1 blue fish, port wine
sauce. Cipi'i), with salt pork ; jole, with
fpin&ch; leg of S-.uthdown mutton, caper
sauce; roast beef; loin ot veal, with dress
ing; spring lamb, mint sauce; rib en la ol
beef, with browned potatoo. Fresh lob
ster, maynnake; chicken salad. -Dtaof -potted,
Boston style; sweet breads, santo
w:th niti-hrooms; fricl spring chicken,
cream sauce; apple fritter, wine sauc.
Hoist mallard duck, with currant jelly
i : i i : !. .. . . ,
oroi.eu jics. snipe, on roast, tucumoers;
Q leen oiives; ralishes; lettuoc; Betmula
tomatoes; Ijvrmuda onions; crab
apple, and currant jellies. Bjii
or mwlieil potatoes, stewed tomatoes;
new po'atoes in cream; new string bean
spinnen. tapioca pibi line, narl saure;
charlotte russe; green apple pie; rhub r i
pie; lemon pie. ..ew lorK ice cream,
strawberries and cream; bananas; onnge
layer raiscn; rig-; 'g rted cakes, Edam
cheese; Bent's crackers; French coffee. The
wino list gives in detail, champagnes, white
winss. clarets, brandy, sherry, beer, mineral
waters, &i It will be seen at once that
travelers by this route are as comfortable
and well taken care of as at the best hotels,
and probably that is what makes this line
so popular with the traveling public.
Mr. Geone Tindale, in the cmnlov of
ijivy mothers, Alelin urnc, Australia, savs
that he suffered t.vtreme pain from neural
gia and received immediate relief by the
tire of St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain cure.
W. F. .'.aMiidiv, river cdilorof i'hs Hit.i.htiv
and stcanihoat passenger airent. Orders for nil
kinds of steamboat job printing solicited. Oll.ce
at Howor'a European Hotel. No. ',i Ohio levee.
STAGES OP THE KIVtR.
Hriver marked by the gauge at this
port, at 2:12 p. m. yesterday, 23 feet 1
inches. Rise ("urinir previous twentv-
four houis, 2 inches.
Chattanooga, July 9. Itiver 5 feet 10
inches) and falling.
Cincinnati, July 9. River 10 feet 11
inches and falltny.
Louisville, July 9. River G feet 2
inches and lalling.
Nashville, July 9. River C ft 0 ineliis
Pittsburg, July 9. River
2 feet 0 in
ft 5 inch-
dies and falling.
St Louis, July 9 --River 19
es and rising.
M STKLI.AN ECU'S ITEMS.
The Isaquetia aruved here at 3 a. in. yes
terday. Sliu received about 73 tons if
freight and departed for Vicksburg at 11
o'clock a. m.
Tho Vint Shinkle did not leave here for
Memphis until 7 a. m. yesterday.
The Commonwealth from Vicksburg
passed up for St. Lou's Inst night.
The Hudson from St. Louis is due to
night for Shawneetown.
Capt. J. D. Mooro, of the Jas. V. Gall',
has resigned in favor ol Capt. W. C. Tick-
enor. The Q.tf with the Buckeye State j
The Gus Fowler took the remains of Mr,
Eniest IVttit to Paducah for interim n.
His family with a large number of frioods
from this city accompanied him.
The City of St. Louis will arrive here It
night or t'-MiK.rroiV morning for New Or
The City of Cairo passed down for Vicks
burg Inst night
The Paris C. Brown from New Orleans
is due for Cincinnati tomorrow night
Capt. Deem, of the Vint SiiinkV, was
fpnte sick on the arriv.il of his boat here
yesterday morning, lie was confined to
Hy. W rner who has been steamboating
suutii lor several nmntl s, is in the city on a
visit to his home and friends.
There is so-ne talk of the Cinch niti and
Memphis Packet Lino terminating their
trips here iu.-tead of going through to
Memphis and traii.s'erring their business
3outh of Cairo to the Anchor Line
The Wyoming did not leave Cincinnati
last Saturday as advertised, but left yester
day evening. She will arrive here Sun lay
on her way to New Orleans.
It was all a mistako la regard to the
Henry A. Tyler being sold a few days ago
Parties who are posted say there has been
no sale made jet, but it is likely a sale
will be made very soon
Pres.lL'yrnts, the veteran steamboat quill
driver, returned from Paducah on the Gus
. , . . . .
l o'.vier yesteniav. t'res. says lus trip im-
piiiveo ii : in very mueii.
uciy three ot the h -uthcrn Itar.spotta-
turn Line of boats are runn'ng the balance
Lava laid up at Cincinnati.
Tt r i" , . , .. t
i.o- viiy oi .casourg leaves si. lJUis
this evening lor icksburg.
Sarah IV'i'iihai'ilt'H loolisbnss.
1 really think that this wonderful
woniuti has a screw loose soniewhero
in her mental organization, writes Lucy
Hooper. Mie is not mad nor even
cracked, but she is what the French
call "toque'','' u convenient word for
which the English language all'ords no
equivalent. Her recklessness in money
matters is something phenomenal.
When she w as about to start, for America
she- wrote to a brilliaut French author:
au my expenses ana those ot my
maid, including carriage hire, are to be
paid by the manager. Do you think I
can get along with O'A) per month as
pocket money?" ..r friend wrote
back in answer: "Imupc you ask mo
the question, I do not think that you
can. ' She will give her steward $100
at a time. Two days later he will coino
to her lor money. "Why, did I not
givo you some the other dav?'' she will
ay, vaguely. "All gone, is it? Well,
1. ! . J. - 1 1. 1 ... I. - .....
iinc is t-jv, umv lase care ( I it. Her
... . i. l. " i
coon never kdows now many people
aic v oe present at oreaKlast or dinner,
for Sarah thinks nothing of inviting in
an extra dozen or so of guests. tiho
will put on a pair of new boots, go out
to wain, get caught in a shower, and
toss her desecrated hotlines as a pres
ent to her maid as soon as she pulls
mem on. Mie never pavs a Uiil with
out legal pressure, is lavishly generous
to her servants and t ) the poor! has no
idea of order or punctuality, and is as
ceeeutric iu private life as she is "feat
upon the stage. She has made ' and
squandered three fortuues, is always
living and never dies, is as fragile as' a
reed, yet tires out the strongest men of
her troupe when she goes upon a pro
fessional tour. This latter peculiarity
is owing to her exceptional power of
sieep. ug wnenever she chooses. She
always travels in a sleeping-car, and
once ensconced therein, she will draw
down the blinds and betake herself to
-slumber. Arrived nt her destination,
she will walk upon the stage on which
she has never set her foot before, and
the exits and entrances of which aro
totally unknown to her, and will go
through her part with as much spirit
ana oruiianey as though she had acted
there for half her life. All her friends
adore her and she is the idol of every
rat or dog belonging to the theaters of
r ranee, tn many respects "a most
sweet woman," and for tho rest, "U,
the pity of it the pity of it, Iago!"
Altar of Hoses.
'fieriuino attar of roses," remarked
ft New i'ork chemist, "which is made
in India and Australia, costs $100 an
ounco at tho place of distillation. It
takes fifty thousand rose blooms to
yield an ounce of attar. They are tho
common roses and grow in great pro
fusion in California, where tho distilla
tion of attar could be made n very prof
itable industry. 1 have seen hedge
rows near Samona, in that state, so
denso with those roses that tho odor on
a warm, sultry day caused a feeling of
peculiar faintness to the passer by.
This is the effect of the attar that "is
distilled by tho heat and tho moist air,
nnd is held suspended, as it were, in
"There 'is money in that causo of
faintness and indolence, but in this
country not only the sweetness but tho
Treat value of tho llowers is wasted on
tho desert air. In northern India tho
roses are regularly cultivated. They
are all planted in rows in fields, anil
require no particular care. When they
beein to bloom they aro picked before
midday. This work is done by women
nnd children, yvIio seem to regard it
more as n pleasure than a pursuit of
labor. The leaves aro distilled in twice)
their weight of water, which is drawn
off into open vessels. These aro allow
e I tg stand over night, being covered
with clothes to keep out dirt and in
sects. In tho morning tho water is
coated with a thin, oily film. This is
tho raro attar of roses. It is skimmed
off with a lino feather and dropped into
vials. The process continues daily
until tho bushes conse to bloom. So it
may well bo imagined that any cssenco
or oil that requires tho distilling of fifty
thousand roses to li 11 an ounco vial has
a right to havo a good prico sot -on
Jt." h'cu) York fcVw
will teiiiiiiiiite Inr trips during
season at Paducah.
I lie a.-sc-MiU'ht hooks fur the Year 1881
have been tiled in my ollice, and are now
op' " for the inspection of all parties con
cerned; ami all partus are herwby notified
mat on lUomiay next, the Htli day of July,
me Loar'l of County Commissioners will
meet in regular scs-ion, to hear any com-
pi'iirns in relation thereto.
S.vM'r. J. Hl'mm,
lvv County Clerk
Cauio, July 7, 1SS1.
Sew Hoarding- House.
Per-ons seeking good board by the day
or weik can bo accommodated at the house
of Mr. Frul Hofheniz, on Sixth Street,
near Commercial. Hates, fJ.oO per week.
Single meals, 2o cents.
Igal Blanks Kept ior S.ile
at The Bli.i.etix oilice.
pccial Warranty Deeds,
Q'lit Claim Deeds,
Real E-tate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, ice.
A IiuvjcVsj Opinion of Interest to all.
J. A. Tawriey, E-q , a leading attorney
;f Wim. in, Minn., writes: "After u-ing it
lor more than three years, I take great
pleasure in sating that I regard Dr. King's
New Disrovirv lor consumotion. as the
best remedy in the world for coughs arid
col ls. It has never failed to cure the most
severe colds I have had, and invariably re-
neves me pain in the chest."
bottles of this sura cure for all
throat and lung diseases may be had free
nt H-iretn,. H- .1...,. ,i T
X ' ",u MU" J",''- ""-' i
ueklpu".s Arnica Salve
I he Lest balve In the world for Cuts,
guises, fcorts, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
' lclltr' li(ll'Pt'J nanus, uiiltjiains,
c.orn., and all fkin Eruptions, and oosit velv
cures I lies. It is ."uarautoerl tn frivo nor.
... f. . w , ...
tott SatlhfdCtlOn. or monev refundeil. Price
cents per box. Fur sale by Barclay
All Answer Wanted.
Can any one bring us aci-se of Kidnev
or Liver complaint that Electric. Bitters
will not speedily cure' We say they cap
not, as tie usat.ds of ci ses already perma
nently cured and who lire daily recommend
ing Electric IJitttrs. Wl nrove. Kilo it s
isease, diabetes, weak back, or any uriuarv
complaint quickly cured. They purify the
moon, regi.ute die bowels, and ait d.rect
ly on the diseased pur's. Every bottle guar
anteed. F .r sal" at 00c. a bottle by Barclay
.5"T!ie Voice of the People. No family
dyes were ever so popular as the Diamond
uyes. I hey never fad. The Black is tar
superior to logwood. The other colors are
briiliant. Wells, Richardson & Co , Bur-
If You Do!
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you w ant to increase your business,
If you want to hire anyone,
If you w ant a situation,
If you have a house to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
Advertise in The Cairo Blli.i.tin.
A Fair Oiler.
The Voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall. Mich.
oiler to send Dr, Dve's Voltaic Belt and
Applicances on trial, for thirty days, to
men, old or young, alllicted with mrvous
debility, lost vitality and kindled troubles.
nee advertisement in this paper. 2
that weak back or pain in the side or
hips you will rind immediately relieved
wnen a nop raster is applied. It strength
ens the muscles, giving the ability to do
nM work Without sutterir.o-. Take none
but this, 'tis sure. (0)
Time U Money.
Time and money will be saved bv keen
ing Kidney-Wort in the house. It is an in
valuable remedy for all disorders of the
kidneys, liver and bowels and for all dis
eases arising from obstructions of these or
gans. It has cured many cases of obsti
nate cases alter nun re, U of , In nrs iml
been paid to physicians without obtaining
rend, it cures constipation, riles, bilious
ness and all kindred disorders. Keep it by
The poisonous maf'er that infects the
system of the sufferer from rheumatism and
r.curaltlia must be driven out before anv
real or permanent cure can be hoped for.
ivunopnoros goes to tho root of the disease
by ridding the blood of the danccrnus sub
stances tint are the spring of so much pain.
nail a Dottle cured Mr. A. B. Baker, . of
ooj nest tiarnson St., Chicago, 111., of a
u.srrrssing case ot rheumatism, and with
Hie Otlier lialf his wife? wan rrltYviul nf
rheumatic pains in her back that had been
treated unsuccessfully by physicians for
Clieap Iiomes in Arkansas ami Texas.
Along the lire of tho St. Louis. Tr.m
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International Ami
Cireat Northern Railroad, are thousands ol
acres of the choicest faruiinir and irrnim.
lands in the world, ranging iu price from
if 2.00 to :;i00 and 4.00 "per acre, in a
neiuuiy country, Willi climate unsurpassn
for salubrity and comfort. Send vmir
dress to the undersigned for a cony of sta
tisties ot crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
iu 12, and makeup your mind to i.d
see for yourself when you Icaru that the crop
for I8SJ is 00 per cent larger than that of
to those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and imvinir onn-fonrth ruin.
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
aiioweu lormoneypaid for ticket? orfrei-dit
over me Companies lines.
" C. Townsknd, Gcn'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
Caution to Fanners & Dealers I
For Sltfefv In nmpiirlniTtnii. ir.ltf.
it'OUN IIOhSKIIAY FOltKS. Brl
uiilv thint.' havlne' He roon an Imprint
i of our tii.mii m .viik, and thuroliy avu
iiiiriiiaii mill) r i run
I1L' ri'llilh'a in form ntl ,n rnpnluk.t1
irco uy tn aim i'rop.,
., NKLMS COMPANY, Httilinnr, Pa.
Alyn, Mr. Nullln' Mounted Kloatluir Harrows,
Ait 1 Stt'uls, 0 m'lT Fencing, Head Oradem, Jtc.
OL'EN .JUNE I
'lAKUMS: 8.00 per
ANALYSIS OF ONE
SPUING NO. I
SPUING NO. i.
Carb of Iron 122.0
Chloride of Iron
Sulphate of Iron
A t k alios
Chloride of Sodium . .
Sulphate Alumina. . .
(iO.il jChloride of
o2.0 iChloride of
E. A. BURNETT,
is prepared to do Job Priiitinff of every description from a
Dodder to a Tliree-SIieet Toster on the slmrfpsf, nnti ami
in the best style, ami at the
and get his prices.
OFFICE:-Xo. 7 Ohio
617 St, Charles St,, 1. LOUIS, 110.
A. racular Orrnlnnt ri'two iiiedleul
follpires. Ilin been lonirer enuMi'L-d in the trea'.
fiii nt ui ( lironii., Nervmu, SSUiu nml
JUoo.l l)lsea-. s tlinii any otiicr physician In
rt. I.oiili.aicllv paper show ionl all i M rel
Oents know. ('niisuliat..n it office or lv mall,
tree and Inviteil. A 1'rleinllv t:,ik or his opinion
costs hutliiiiir. When Itls I'lenLVciiIent tovlslt
tlis city lor treatment, nn-ilielnes cm he sent
Iiy mall (ir cypress evervwliei... Curatile easel
pieiraiitee.l : w here duubt en.l3t-.lt Is l'raualy
Itated. tailor W rile,
XerTom ProtraHon, IMitiity. Mental an it
riijuleal ffMknr, iterem lal an t other
iffeftlornof Throat, Mtlnan Bonefi, lilnod
Impurltlm and RTond Polnnlng, ikln After"
tion, OTdSnreaanil lifer, Impeillnient to
Marriage, UfieiiniatWm, Plle Speelnl at-
tentlon t cae from orer-worl.e'1 !ira!n.
M'Blilf Af. CAKS recelre upeelal attention.
Disease arMnit from Imprudenres, Fyee)iej
Indulgences or Exponurei,
H 1 self-evident that a ptivtTcTiuTp.vlnK
particular atteiitlun to a cla-sof cases attain
irrtat eklll. and plivslclan In ri'Kular practlco
all over the country knowliiK tills, freii 'ctiily
recommend onses to tlie oldest oilice lp Ameri
ca, wier every known appliance Is retorted
to. and Hie proved ood reint.it i."-) cf all
and countries are used, A v. hole iKttsp ll
iisi il t'.iroilice purposes, and all are treated ilh
fklll in a respectful wanner; and, knowjof
w hat tu do, no t'.vpei liuents aro made, ( n ..o
Coiint of tho (Trent number applvlnp', tiio
rharLi's are kept low, often lower tlian fs i'i
nitnifed by others. If vou secure the kl I i n. I
tet a speedy and perfect lli'i; cure, that .'s .im
Important matter. Fauipliiet, id paifo. 5;Ut
to any address tree.
plates. 'MARRIAGE GUIDE. I ?U$
ElPir.int clotli and irllt Idndlnir. Sealed for 00
Cents in po-tac or currencv. over lli'ty w in.
ilerful pen pii'lure. true lollfe. articles ou tho
following subjects: Who may marrv f lion it i
whyV Proper ane to marrv. lio'inarry tlr-t,
Manliond, Womanhood. Phvslcal decav. W')D
liould marrv. How life auil'happliiesi mav Oe
lncrea-ed. Those married or contemplatiiw
marrv lni; slunil I read It. It on eh t to be real
by all adult person, then kept under lock a.i I
key, Popular edition, sameas above, but pap'T
cover and iuu panes, :i gcuta by mall, la mouev
SALT r.IHTM, ITZPMA, Si Ilol TI.A. SCAPD
lliviil. l'ryiiii-hn, Teller, IliveK, 1i.iu.IhhI, Daiiit r's
lo li, 1'iini'lin. siiiii."", ( aiiuiiii li s, plant !'inlns
snil piiisiiiml Wiiuii.li, lOi.fc'Wiu'iii, Siinliiirii, una
all ilinwe.1 nf ihe Skin.
I'.ir Pile, Wnini'li, Cula, rii'orn nr Sores, no
finely Is .pimiit 111 nxitliiiw iin.l heiillnir m
Pit.lliii skin Cure. It iluis uut iniait ur burn,
Jjiration! in ten livvjitayra lU'Cimaiiy titry built.
NASAL CATARRH. ACUTE or (TI ItOXIC COM)
in tue JU-ail, Hose Colli, liruiKliial C'aliurU uii'i
rieniHei the nmtrll. permit natural tin-nUiliie
ami prevents liieriiMatiiiiH, mmm,.s ami iu eziinr. '
II is a spei i lie en re im Cold In the Honcl - In, h
la CUUS.-.1 iiy siiil.li.ii i.liiiiip-3 in Or- utuin-pliere.
DiniUons in tin Itiitfjiwijes nccor.mty cmy buttle,
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CKICACO
TOK SALE BY ALL DUCGOISTS.
For Sale bv
PAUL G. SCIIU1I,
ni this oitv.
85 S. Clark Sf., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO.
A rnriilnr Dr.iTi,fllA. tf--Tlm ill.l.., g..ai..ii.
in the L'uiteil Si.h.m, lin,u i n e i.u.mi km muknck,
perfect iietliud ami purii nn-ilienio instirii hI'LI-.iiy
anil I'KKM.tsKxr oi ny.it of all i'rivat". climnic an-l
Nerviuis Oiseism. AllueOoii,iif tlm Itluoit, Skin,
Klilnoya, llliultler, l i'iinlliiu, Hern, ool
Mnn-a, Mu elllnn ! Ihe .litnil, S.u-e Month,
1'hroiM, Itiinu I'iiIii, periiiniiuuUy euiud aiul
eradicalcd lium tho n)siuui fur lifo. .
UrDtnilC "''"'"'V. Iii)nlfiifI.S, iliinl
IlkfllMwO .'"., .S. jioW Ihttiy.Mvntnl
and I'lnjslcul ll'mlt-un, I'aitinn Mmori,
neitH Jt.ijm, StmiUd lheUijviil, Jnijuili-
rlr.f from tjfrvusin ur ui
mifi lii ami liririttclii Citrnl.
J" Voiinif, Mlihllo- Airril ami Ol.l men, and li
win) ni'iiil ineilical Nklll uiij e'xiiei-li iiee.euii.iilt
Dr. liai-rt at oiiee. tl n nnniuii cum--, m 'tiling, and may
Rave fill uro turnery ami nlmnm. Vhen inconveniutit
to viil tho city f.'r IreJitinenl-, mrilu-ines cun he neat
averyv-liuru ly tnml (ir expruna I'rt'o IVoih iiliarr
viiilon, ffli in sclf-ciilont tlint a iiliyncian who
givm lu ivliulo attenlinn to a clasa of disease nt.
lulu. Kreat nklll, ami pliysioian llirniiuliniit thu
country, knuwiMtlin, 1'ri'itm-ntlr rieoiiitnotildilIieult
cuei to tho Oltlot kii.x'liill(, bv wlimu avery
known booiI reined v i ud. jI)r. Hato'i
Ao ami K x in-rl-tire ninU lii niiinjnn of an.
rem IniiM.i'i.im-... B if l'hoo win. call no no
one hut. Inn Pnetnr. ( 'unsuli at inns f res and auprrill v
conUilentliil. Cnse.whielt hnvn fuitutl inohtuiiimi
relief elMwhora, especially aolleitml, Fi-ni.lo Din
ratcl trenteil. Call or writ", llniiin, fr, tn 4t
to H Sunday, lit to 111. (iuu)t ij JiKALiii
KNTFueb. Addru.aaliovi UlAHU
UM KJ If " " H. KAXK, of til. H.Aillnr.y
Il'.l."!'" a''Hj ( plnlM.I. r..r l.tln.o-
..,rr, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,., m,n,ar..il.lrM
TO OCTOBEU 1.
-vivlf. Special Hates to
GALLON OF WATER.
SPUING NO. 3:
irnci jOuipiiHie or iron 4 j.:j jSiticatcs 12,3
trace Carbonate of Iron... 20.1 jOxido of Iron ..... 121
."!U 0 Alkalies 11.6 Oxide of Aluminum.'.! 0-15
Alumina. . 00.7 jSuIphhato of Magnesia 17.8
.uagnesia. . n.
Calcium. . 18 4
Curbonic Acid Gas..
Sulph. Hydro. Gas.
Allen Spiinjs, Pope Co., IIU.
lowest possible prices. Call
Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis tind Chicago.
The Only .Lino Kurvrunu;
Making Dikkct Connkotion
riuiNA I.if C'Aino:
U '-JUatii. Mtil,
ArrivliiK in St. Loula 00 a.m.; Cliica(rn,8:30p.m.i
Coniieciiiiir at Odin and KfflnKhain for Cincin
nati, Louisville, Indianapoln and point East.
12:'J.- V in. Fast ftt. I.oula nml
N t'Btern .Klxin-eBtj.
Arrlvina: ir. St I.onU 8:45
for all points West.
p. ra., and conncctln
3:4."5 i. m. I'ust Kxprosa,
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
io:I.) p. m , and Cliicairo ':m a. ra.
.rl:45 p. m Cincinnati Express.
Arrlvin? at Cincinnati T:m a. m. ; Loniavllk 5:5S
a. ra.; Indianapolis 4.es a. tn. Pagsetirerfc bir
fnlK r nun reach Ihe aluivo t.nn.i. i .. . . .i
v w ...j im iiiuiu ui any oiner 1
suwvl-iln u,m- 1rufl3 hM pL'LI.MAN
. C AI. f"m t Hlro t0 Cincinnati, with.
an t c-Sl ' "BOpi'r' t0 St' Loui
Fast Time Kast.
I (ISeil (r01N ' lh,s,"ut! K through to East.
i, eru I)o11"8 without anv delav
Z ne;rl7Sr"Ud7 '"'""'"K' The Saturday afte
loun train from Cairo arrives tn new York Monday
Zolhe"o?tf' n'-ta h0,lr9ln
J1'!,"0 tick(",tf f,lrthe' Informatloi
pply at Illiuoie Central Kailroad Depot, Cairo.
A n irn!n',.U' JONKS, Ticket Axent.
A. H. HANSON. Gun. I'ass. Aitent. Chlcaeo
H. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Kxpress .1:4,-) p. m,
$St Louis Ex lJ;'-!o p. m
f)!11" 4:i5a. m.
ttxprese 11:45 a.m.
tSt Loills Ex 2:1S n m
i. c. u. k (Southern Division)
tSt. I,. Kx.,
...i.i.m ta, u. ex ..ll:lo;a. m.
-I ::U m. tN.O. Ex... ll:lda.tn.
. i 4,i p.m. tN.O. Kx 4:30p.m.
8T. h. A I. M. II. U.
.l0:S0p.m. I tExpreff 2:n0n. m.
7:4 p.m. tst.L. .Mall. . ,B::jo a.m.
,..y:io a. m tst. I.. Ex.
5:oo p. m.
W., ST. I,. & p. K. n.
Mall & Ei 4:r0a.m. I Mall A Ex. . 9 aio.m.
...4:(K) p.m. I 'Accom IU:HUa.m.
....7:45 a.m. Freight li:4J p.m.
MoltlLE A Oliro It. It.
Mail 5:55a.m. Mall....
Daily except .Sunday, t Daily
3:10 p. m
AND DEPAUTUEE OP rcrr.i
Arrat I Dep're
i ,s ,.w 1. O. IfmPO
.. v , ... i, iii.ruunu iock m&uj.. n a. m.
" " ..ll:Ja.m
8 p. in.
9 p. m.
9 p. a
li p. ui.
(way mail) 4:3()p.m.
(Miuthern Dlv. 5 p. m.
iron sioiintalii It. Jt i:3op.m.
Wabimh It. It m n, m.
Texas St. I.oiiin K. K 7 P. m.
n a. m.
St. l.oula JtCalroK. K.
5 P. m. O-.W am
,t. m. 14 p. w.
Mini liiver urrive Wed., Mat. Jfc Mon
" depart Wed., Frl. Jt Snu.
P O. rop del. op n from 7:30am to7:'!0 nm
P C. box del. open from 6 a. m. to 9 p m
Sunday bit. del. open from... .8a. m. to 10a. m'
Su inlay box del. open from. ...t) a. ni. to lO'SOam
tr-N'OTK.-Chani;n will ho published from
time to tlm.. lu city paper. Change your card aa
cordially. W.M. i. MUKPHY, P. 11
I'l.- THK IICM Ui,,T KM.AUltKO. IlKVH.
lO't l. S I'll PNi ;r n K I'. 0.' K,,.,isao imcr-si,"
niO-riis-niem imnniii in , ,,T. Inronlv i..l..
rimes nm a,v I lint llier.. is n!, ..l,,..m.,,Vfe .
V"",1':"'"-. '" '"'iitrary. th..lv..r, ,.,-, XT.
very nuiiiiy in,b,r.,,. Interest..!! , r.,.s ,.v-
1-ikdi'ir.iii.irs L.mMrf ,,n ,r,.rs,v ,1 ,J,.
I.IOK M-u,l',,., Il.ut'al.il V V. -f, ',,),! J,1,,, ,
pWfn, ireuuiiurt dfrny
miU fniJuro to perform HtV's
d ii lie priHrly r cumh! bf
0Xt'ii.-ifL rnrt ol youth, vto.,
Will find la'rtVvt tuti Utknt
rfatorntton tu rubuat hrulili
nnd vlirnnm uiunhooil
NrithtT ioiiiab uruirinnir nm
. jn-t rutm'tit. 1 hi tntnivot of
-htviiui ueDiiii and
nrw nnd dlrrrt m-f hod ricl Khwlnte thor
oiifhii full infririimftun ai TrvatiM (nj
A.Jm ('4niilttnr .'hyiciun of
MARSTON REMEDY C0.4BW.14th St, New York,