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TUB DAILY (JAfllO IiULLETIN: FRIDAY MOUNINU JULY IS, 1881.
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mi: 31 INKS.
Tho discovery i f frold in tlio Fmor
river ami it tributiirie, iu llritish Col
umbia, i.cviinxil in the year lMjH, ami
iniHin tin1 many thousands who start
ed frJni Victoria to the land of promise
was your humble servant, Joseph Luy
lor. 1 did not ro ulonn on my gold-scck-in::
expedition. Harry Cleavo went
with mens a iinrlncr.
It was a journey of twenty-three
davs from Victoria, often wading waist
(!ci in the mud and slush, and cross
ing mountains of immense height.
At last we arrived at the mines in a
deplorable condition. Hero wo found
the suffering fearful, jirovisious scarce,
mill, although we had read such glitter
ing accounts of the mines, the gold
was slow in coming.
Hay by day we toiled, and at the end
of the first week wc were not much
richer than when wo had arrived.
The second week, however, we struck
a "vein," and our anticipations seem
ed about to be realized.
It was the last day of tho second
week, and Harry and I were seated in
our tent, smoking and discussing our
I had just put down my pipe, when
a man entered the tent. It was Uob
Kiley, the bully of the mines.
He was a man of about six feet in
height, splendidly formed, with an
arm that looked as though it might fell
He took a seat without even saying
as much as: "ly your leave."
"Hey, old boy, guv us that pipe," ho
said at length, pointing to my pipo
1 had just put down. "And harkee,
old feller, lill it to the brim; d'yo
"Bob Kiley," I replied, "I know
you're a bully, and I'm not afraid of
you. If you call mo rightly and speak
respectfully I'll lend you tho pipe."
"Guv mo that pipe!" ho cried, h'13
face growing red with ragc. "Cluv mo
ll.n nfim nml mind who vmi'rn talkinrr
j r - - j r
to; d'ye hoar?"
"I will not give you tho pipe, Hob
Ililey, till you do what 1 told you."
was'tho answer, interposing my body
between him aud the object of his in
quiry. With an oath he arose and camo to
ward mo. Harry jumped up to take
my part, but I told him to keep quiet
and I'd mako it right.
It certainly looked as though Bob
would demolish mc 1 wa3 so slight in
comparison to him.
"Get out of tho wav!" he cried, with
an oath, his face white with rage.
I did not move.
lie then raised Id's brawny fist to
strike me down.
1 parried tho blow and the next niin
ntu ho had measured his length on the
ground, his head touching the canvas,
from a well-measured blow on the
mouth from my list.
In a minuto ho was up again, for I
would take no mean advantago of his
With a volley of oaths he cried:
"Joo Laylor, my time will come. I
shall never forget this!'' and with that
ha disappeared from the lent.
That 'night 1 lay awake, the words of
the bully ringing in my ears. I Iried
to forget them, but it was useless.
l!y tho morning it had leaked out
that I had "licked" the bully, and I
was tho talk mid hero of the day.
I pass over a period of four months.
Unusual luck had attended the efforts
of Harry and myself during this time,
and wo wcro worth a nice $'.'0,000 in
gold apiece, and thinking of leaving
For tho better safety of our money
we had dug a hole in tho ground under
our tent, deposited it there, placed a
piece of wood over tho hole, and then
covered it with mud, and fivo miners,
Harry, and myself had formod a band
for mutual protection.
Fvery uiglit at 1:' o'clock Harry and
I used to look to see if our gold ' was
- Four itfonllm had gone by and we
were growing rapidly rich.
Midnight had arrived and wo wero
rtgain about to look after our gold.
' 'God! Am I blind?
Tho gold was not there!
With ten-fold forco tho words of tho
bully came to my mind. Hut ho had
not been seen since that memorable
night four months ago.
The air in tho tent was stilling
could cot stand it
I passed out in the cool night ir;r,
and oh, how refreshing it fell!
Harry remained in tho tent, as much
affected as I was.
As I walked on I observed a faint
glimmer of li;lit in one of tho tents
It was that of a worthless vagabond,
by name Jem Langley.
All the other tents were pitch dark.
With nervous tread I approached and
jjui-icii iu imuiigii u iioiu ui iuu canvas.
Lould I believe my senses!
I saw Uob Kiloy ami Jem Langley
uenuing over a small table and count
Ing money from some ba-rs which 1
recognized as mine.
In less than live minutes I had ar.
roused our committee, and tho gold
was again in my hands, whilo tho
thieves wero safely locked up to await
tho arrival of a justice.
A week went by, and our fortune was
increased by 10,000. At tho end of
the vcek wo had determined to go.
It was dangerous to go iu the day, as
every ono who left was watched to soo
if bo took gold with him.
All nirht wo traveled, with tho ex
ception of an hour to rost .Toward
tho break of day wo started again.
We hod not walked for moro than
An hour when wo heard footsteps ap
proaching, and presently two men ap
peared, looking fresh and heart'.
"Hello, my good men," cried out
Harry, tired of carrying tho bag; "will
you please to carry our bundles for us
a little ways?"
It was reckless of him to say tho
Tho mon acquiesced, and wo all
Wo had now arrived at a narrow
path, whero not moro than two persons
could walk together. Wo had proceed
ed on a little way, in pairs, when I
heard two pistol shots, followed quick
ly by a third.
1 saw Harry and ono of tho inon fall,
and felt a bullet whiz past my head.
Beforo I could turn, almost, tho oth
er man was on mo.
"It is my turn now. I do not for
Now ho was down with mo on ton.
when suddenly tho positions wcro re
versed. There was a knifo in my belt, and
both struggled to get it.
God! His hand was on my throat.
my knifo in his uplifted arm.
1 saw it about to descend, and raised
my hand mechanically to ward off tho
blow, when there camo another shot,
and Hob Kiley fell over dead.
A party 01 men camo iu sight, and 1
saw that it was tho justice and his es
cort on their way to tho mines, who
saved my life.
In a "minute everything was ex
plained. Harry was dying from a wound in
It seems ho had been watching the
nssocialo of Kiley in crime, who prov
ed to be Langley, but ho was not in
time to dodge the shot.
He had, moreover, drawn his pistol
as ho fell, aud fired, luckily killing his
"Joe," he said, in a faint and hardly
articulate voice, gasping between each
word. "Joe, I'm dy ing. Iiury me
when I'm gone. I leave my money
to you, hoping you will do good
with it and aid the poor. Good
bye," and his soul left its earthly tene
ment for the better land above.
I hired some men, and wo took his
body down to the (Juosnolle river.
We made a collin, placed all thero
was of him in it, and buried him on
the .south bank of the river.
Planners In Sleeping Cars.
An observing person who has reason
to travel much in sleeping cars must
have boon frequently moved by tho
lack of reasonableness on tho part of
travelers and officials. In some meas
ure to repair this deficiency and render
summer touring more restful and com-
fortablo tho following hints are thrown
To the conductor; Sell the samo berth
to several persons, and let them light
it out as to who shall occupy it. Ho
noisy, important, supercilious, incon
siderate; act as if you owned the ear.
This will make everybody feel happy
To the porter: Keep the toilet-rooms
unclean and do not supply moro than
ono towel lor three persons, it a pas
senger departs from tho coach during
the small hours at night, call lnm up
so loudly aud repeatedly that no one
will remain asleep. If tho weather
be warm, keep the firo going lively.
If it bo cold, see to it that the lire goes
out. If thero bo a good supply of dust
and cinders, arrange tho ventilators so
as to let in as much as possible. In
summer bo scrupulously careful not to
ice tho drinking water. If a party of
Boston teachers, coming out to see tho
great West for Iho first time, get up at
4 o'clock in tho morning, mako up
their sections with so much fuss and
such despcralo slamming and banging
as to awaken all the other passengers.
This will iusuro that their waking
thoughts shall bo prayerful, especially
after you tell them that the train will
bo four hours lato reaching its destina
To travelers, especially from "tho
cultured East" to "the rowdy esl :
Act as if you owned tho car from tho
start. Your superior breeding will
thus be established, and no ono will
question it thereafter. Talk loudly,
especially about tlio private ami per
sonal affairs of absent and unknown
people. He sure to uso slang so as to
escape the suspicion of being intellect-
UU1 UUUCS. Monopolize lliu lunui,-
. . 1 . . , ,
rooms, uivo oruers 10 uio eonuucior
and porter in such style as will demon
strate that tho emancipation proclama
tion had no referenco to white trash or
to colored folks whom you may happen
to command, rut your feet up 011 tlio
cushions of tho seats, especially if you
have a pretty boot. It will not be seen
otherwise. If you cannot sleep during
tho night complain so noisily as to
have plenty of company. Get up at
3:80 in tho morning, "just to sco tho
wild West" and arouso your traveling
companions. Maintain an incessant
and boisterous conversation so as to
compel all tho other passengers to get
up, or at least to lio awake when they
should bo all asleep, ancer at every
thing you cannot laugh at. Demon
slratc in all theso ways tho superiority
of tho "cultured East ' over tho "rowdy
West," and you will add inestimably
to tho enjoyment and happiness of sum
mer travelers. All who happen to bo
in tho same car will gaze upon your
departing figure when tho train pulls
into the station with the emotious Aus
tin Dobsou describes when standing
before a certain grave:
In lot tors Pinup and e'.cnr
You n nd O, Irony niiPtort
"Tlio" Joft to eight to memory dear."
Tlio KnaiitfoniiMit hi ill On.
Yf.n have heard of nana's troublo at
iifink- (itfonro dear?" sho asked
frmn lioneath tho lanel of his coat
Your liana's troublo at tho bank!"
exclaimed George, turning white. "Cor
iiili.1v not! What is it?"
"Why, he is $4,000,000 behind in his
nromii.ts ntid an investigation is to bo
"In that case," replied Georgo, cokf
h Htrumrliinr to ruloaso himself, "our
r - n - -
"And mamma got a dispatch from
him to-day from Canada," interrupted
tho niti. holdins him down by main
strength. "He reached thero only this
morning, and is willing to sottlo mat
ters at :l cents on the dollar,
"Oil!" said George, returning hor
head to his shoulder and stroking her
A Swim II Parky.
"Sandy" Jim, as ho is called, is onfl
of tho most quarrolsomo-negroes in
Austin, but ho always gets tho worst of
every light and invariably gets thrashed.
Some days ago ho was lined $10 for
not complying with sonio sanitary
ordinance thai required him to clean
up his back yard. As ho paid over
tho money ho sighed and groaned as if
ho was sick, and shaking his head said
to tho justice:
"Dis heah money am jess as good
as frowed away. Hit don't do mo
no good. When I had dat furso wid
Jim Webster and got my arm broko
only had tor nay $5, and I was laid up
a whole- week. I don't moan nulliit
pussonal, Jedgo, but hit don't seem to
mo I wasgettin' do wuffob my money."
"That's not my fault, Jim, respond
ed tho justice, "if you don't clean up
your yard, you will have to pay for il."
"But. jedgo, foah God, vou is asking
too much. Ten dollars! Vhew! Down
in Galbestou I ouly had tor pay ten
dollars for do furso I had wid a white
m:ui, who frowed a handful ob buck
shot inter me, and put mo in tho hospit
al for six munfs. If I had been busted
ober do head wid a pistol by do p'liee
man who 'rested mo for not cleaning
up dat yard, I wouldn' hab said a word;
but ter put down ten dollars fer nullin,
when I hasn't ebon been kicked, or
called a black scoundrel, why, jedge,
hit's pu fleetly ridicklis," and ho went
off grumbling and shaking his head
satisfied that ho had been deprived of
his constitutional rights. 2'cxus Sift-
Thursday Evexiso, July 17, 1884.
The sky is overcast with clouds indica
tive of rain.
Tho market in feed stuff has advanced
slightly with fair demand and stocks equal
to all demand, but hopes of a still higher
market are not entertained.
FLOUR Remains unchanged with lit
tle demand. Stocks are plentiful.
HAY Has advanced slightly with part
y fair demand. Stocks arc good and re
ceipts equal to sales.
CORN Choice white corn is ecarcc and
in demand, while mixed and other are well
OATS Hive advanced one cent, Plenty
on the market.
MEAL Remains unchanged.
BRAN Nominal, Receipt in excess of
BUTTER Tlio market still remains
glutted and the prices are still on the de
cline. EGGS Overstocked. Prices low.
CHICKENS Are still the same
Bales are slow.
FRUIT Peaches are in good demand
and none on the market. Other fruits are
VEGETABLES -Dull. TomatotB are on
the decline and market overstocked.
Sales and Quotations. I
NOTK. Tho prices ncre eivensrefor oules from
flrel hundn In round lots. An udvmiro is
churned for broken lotnin llillnnordi ri.
.0 bbln various (,'radeH 3 1525 00
) l.blR Ftuicy .1 00
UK) bbls choice 5 IX)
2 enra gilt edgo small
1 car prune
1 cur choice quarter...
2 cars choice whiv In bulk
1 car white mixed In bulk
3 curs mixed in bulk
3 cars ponll.prn..
S car choice Northern lu bulk...
.'cars northern iuiuckB
No. 2 Hed, per l.u... .
No. 2 Mediieriiuean.
600 Mils City on
500 bbls City
. 2 90 22 t5
"00 pound, old utock
400 ponnds choice Northern ,
100 pounds Southern Ills....
5 coop choice liens
H) dozen choice young
5 dozen young
25 boxe peaches
1 car water melons per hundred..
Canlelcpes per doy.
Couniy apples pur bush
New potatoes, per llmtdicl
.1 7VS4 00
, . . fiftrt1
,80 OOfa-a 11
Tomatoes per box I'Siiii
Orsneos r, fliyft7 no
Lemons 5 (K)&5 50
Louisiana 3 r,0
For crate 2 CO
Fine uuwas'aed lHi'.'-1"
Half do i'J
Plain l.ami UIMW
B. U. Hums 14
Clear sidos ''
8 ALT MEATH.
Hides , , none
St. Johns ' 15
Ohio JtlTvr 1 05
bushel burlaps ,
5 uiinhul "
JDltlKl) l-KI'l l'.
I'eac lies, halves ud nuurtera
Choice navy 1 mnt m
Choice inmlinm a riX(41 75
Choice, factory 8
V ft ' ii'
Com 10 to ('
Mini; n to
lied Vox 1 eo
w ild cut.... in to :a
Hchvi r per pimud M to 2 .V
Otter 75 to 0 iu
OpoKtMim 3 to lf
lV,tr 1 iu in i'u
Culf, Green W
Dry Flint choice 15
I'llim Oreeli r
Sheep I'eltn.dry I '"'I'd
Sheep I't Iti". irrect . 1
Dumped h'.dof H ot
Common Ln'P ! irWM "
Oood lues I -W. ft
,oy Lfiif 4 ".'(, "i '
Medium Lent 'i ':D 7 ;f
io Uf 7 5I 9 V
KATlliS OK PiailiUlT.
(irnin Hay Flour IVrk
fcwi. fewt. VM1. Whlil.
Men phi US' 13 tt" 3'
t v Orlenns l.'!a IT) VS ft'i
Helens, Ark 15 .'it 15
Klinet-ton, MiJS..... 15 30 SO 15
Nut chez 17i Mili :a W
All olher wny point
below iVcinphit" to
NuwOncanH 20 2 15 fid
Pick Ttciin'nfho and relieve all th trouhlra Inci
dent to a bilious sutoof the system, such as Uiz
rm'i, Nausea, I)rowaines, Distress after eatinpr,
'i nin the Side, fcc. Whilo their moat ruuurk
able success has ban ahown iu curing
IT"(idicTiP,ypt Cartor'sLittle Liver Pills ire cttally
v.iluablo in Constipation, curing and preventing
tola annoying complaint, while they nlsocomxt
all disorders of tho stomach, stimulate tho Jiv.-r
aud regulate the Lowels. Even it tli. y only cured
ArhMhry wonldbealmostprictlcM to thnsewho
fuller tmm this Uistrti-sms complaint ; but foriu
n 'Italy their coodncasdocs notend here.and tnoso
who onca try them will find these little pills y.Hu
nl.ln in so many way that they willnot be wiUtti
to do without tliem. llut otter all sick nai
Ts Ihfi rifine of so Kiar.y livrB that hrro is whef
make our preut hoiut. Our pills cure it whilo
Cillers do not.
Carter's Littla Livr T'V.s arc very pmall an4
Tory ca?y to tnke. One or two pills p.akea dose.
'Tin y are strictly vciMablc and do not frripe or
purfre, but by tln ir pt ntio action please nil who
nuthem. lu vials lit 115 cents; Ave foril. EoU
iy druggists tvuyw litre, or bent Ly tuna,
CARTER MEDICINE ( O . Now Tovk
Is a tv'.e ef e,tn:irli
r 1 vc'c;
having iii-cullar "ynip
toms. It is attended
by 1111 iiillnined condi
tion ol'the lining mem
branc of the notrils,
tear-ducts and ihroat,
HllVct ip.tr the Inns s.
An acrid mucus is
is aecomp inied With a
tion. I lice are sev
ere SIoiHins of slieez
in. frequent attacks
of blindiiii; liemliiclie,
a watery and inflamed
staff of the eyes,
Kiy's ('-ram H.ilm is a
remedy lounded on a
yt'' . vs
correct dlat'iiosi" of this disease and can he de
pended upon, 51e. at deists; ti'c. by mail.
Sample i.oitie nv man j"c
Dru cists, Owego, N.Y.
Delivereil at CAIJIO, 111.,
at the FOLLOWING PRICES:
Ft. bottom. Ft. fla;
Capacity ehK Price.
These fntiks ore made of CI.KAII CYI'HKSS. l1.
Inches thii k. securely houned and are WAThlt
TIGHT. They arc
Shippoil yvIioW'mikI tiro well lirtK-pd
to prevent their In Inst racked or broken in hand
line;. Estimates furnlfhed for
'J'.'itikK tii' any Six.o.
a. kk; oh be lntus.,
"I" Delor.l St., New Orleans, L'l.
f JALLlT)AY BROTIIKRS.
CAIRO, II L1NOIS,
FLOUR, ORAIN AND HAI
Egyptian Flouring Mil h
fliijljost Cash Price Paid for Wbrat.
Mrs. Emily flowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLAIIKSON, A Relit.
Ni'Xt Ali'Stimtfi' Co lliinlc, Hlh Ht.
(!(looil Stock niitl Trices Keasonnblc.SKl
4 iver tSstei
m pi its,
NKW A l)V KH'I'IMi V I; N I
Hy adJii's ii,! (il'l). I'. IfOWKI.L A CO , PI
Spruce M New Vork.cnu learn Hi" exact n.t
ol ui:y propiiM'd line of A I VI I: I 1S1NO in Anier
(11:1 NenspHpers, J;t7" 'it-mnv I'aiiiiihU't, V'c.
IIsiiot Old Ahe.
Abraham Lincoln lias 11 strong bak, Oliiers
may l.v usine; Ui hsoii'h Cupcinu J 'or iif Piuslers.
f I,"' L" I 1 1 I "J (dlhelate win who wrere
I 11liliO liue.l p', v for tin t i'i between
dale or commixi-ion uml 1 ill- i kI ui'iMe-, will t) nil it
to their interest to ceiiuiniiip ate pr'unpl'v anil
with t'lirtieulars. W illi M. Ml 11.1. .V I! I ill 'II, At
tnincys ami So.ii'ltors. Iiruwer l'7, VVasiruM.'ton,
II. C No fees In advance; lionn-:b!e ileal njr;
Tiie Science of Life. Only 81
1SY MAIL ro.ST-l'AIi).
Exhaust, d V.tui'ty, Nervous and I'ty-ieu, )e
bility. I'mnianii 'Decline in Man, 'l.r.'nr- ol
Youth, and ui.t dd rms-riei r-pu'tin.; trnin Ii.iIih
cretion or e;;ce-i'M A !;iil I,., ev-rv nnin. v u n,
miiiilK'-:'i;eil ni'il n!ri. It i i.n'ain 1 ;', pre; rip:ii,n
or all :u ule and cLroir.i' dui-" -s, i r.i ti rne id
which 's iti-.n'Uialile. Mi !n. lid iv tie .,,it.i,r.
w -lies- evperivijee ,.r -' ':. i such pfui-i'ry
never tiiVrelel' to Itie in! i,f aiiv ,h , i,'nr. . . r.
pa,'es, l.o-Hid r iiea it I'll Fr t.-li im.V'i'i, nii.iw
MMlciie1- !il :.t, '."i.r.i' t" d tub .1 f.ivr '.'.rk
tn ev. ry s,-n-e-r..'i liame '. 1 i.t iv I prof, s
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Tli'i- bin--, sh-'i.bl 1 -id '.y the vi.un n-
st' i;-iIi,ii, i.r. ! '. tho nili'itl'ii for rviW It will
be!:i:'i! nil. - !."! don I.m r.-t.
'II. er : i im ti;ei:il er ol nfteti tn wl.oin l:i
book wll tut be . It;!, v,'.t'er youth, ti. nt
'U,.,'ii;!iii. if J':i.'( ' r or i rc n.'i'i ArL'otiaM.
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W. fi I'nrki T. No. I P. Ill cl st-. .M. Jl toti.
nr.,!io r ay b ' c :n:'tJ or: a. I ti;.- n- re
ijui-iti.' skill .Hid lApcitei 1 tronli i: ! i ii-c-na'c
i;:mii-is ihat I uve batlb-d 1 J I the
skill ot all r I 1" t.lih'i fan- a I 1 I J I i J :
ciiltv. Such tr. Ht.-d sue rpi f 'C 1 1 l,
co-.t'iilv wit:. 11 it ar ii:' 1 li 1 Oivlil
A lireo I li luri' M';;,tloii liiin fp-r.
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ILL. MASS. CA.
FOR SALE BY
II. Stertirala & Co., Cairo. Ill
It is ft li:irtiiles v.-y table syrup, veiv delievtm to
ftie tut'. Keil'-v, at mice anil i a i'i-itive cure.
WINTER antl BRONCHIAL COUCH
are cured by thi- 1 xi clleiil remedy.
Vinvti'ii? 1',: ti 11 luli'jti'iij' titriiiiii.un'j for-.' I'Mlf.
3 bh u 1:1 H BHfs.il a sa j 1
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Ki'lie v l'i - i.-i-. this niMlit I - -.lul.-lysure.
'I'hi nicli, ine it'n s n t , i:t :,ii. oiiv- 1 , 1 ; , icr-.i 1 . is nt, -tudlltl'lv
vi'L'etal le, vMuivj Hi.' I'l'i'.'l I" a IcnlttiV
iniiililllil., leiiiilalii;,.' ivi . 11 lid sil.pl.vill ik
lii k'iieles, and ,revi -i.ts .iie;i .
llirrctiimf in t n tiwjur.iit iuy- i. .;;o; t nt i tnjttk.
PAPILLON MFC. CO.. ClflCACO.
FOIJ SAI.K BY LL .) ItUUe'Ifilg.
For Sale bv
PAUL G. SCIIUU,
Snocinl Aats. in this fitv
Cioil li'i'V. Itnlir-'on ( 'o . Ill
One of the old, 'Hi n'lmii s in the We t, It-.'pnl Mb 11
as a I'rst clifs scln ol iirifaea inned. Superior ml
vantaires for Kni'lsh in. d Classical Kdneation .with
Music, Iiraw liij.'. I''iiiitiin.' and Mi ilern Laiiirmiui'",
Opens Septeinbi r lsth, K, r rat'ilneiM, npiilv In
iUSS HA.MiL X. IIASUI'.LL. I rlnclpid.
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Orffiiniztnl December, 18i!.'J, Under tlie
Law of Uii!;j.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Minimi A:d So
ciety, o-ganizi'd duiy 4t b, 1H77, undr
thu laws of ItiVJ.
jells' 11. iKHiiNsiiN.,
... VlCi. l'rtsidetit
'I n .iurer
. Vedi. nl Adviser
WM. SI l!AT 1 -S
A. COI.DTISd... .
HOAUD OF I)II:ELT0K von 1t YEA I!.
Win. S trul t nil. Siriiltoii A liird. 1 ru'er, Cairo, 1. 1.,
I . A. I uml -t mi', ol1 .0I1M 1 lie .V lioseiitt ater. whole
sale and ret , 1 1 drv L'oiid;C. W. Dtiimiinr. M. I).;
l'rei. lid. Mud lit,, for I elisions: Albert Lewis,
, 'iriiissiini meri lia:.t ; ,1. II. lioldnson, couniy
m! LT" an- notary public; Wm. K. ritcher. com.
nroi:er and in.uriiice a.-elit; It. II. Hiii'd, city
siie.-t saiiervi-or; .M . i'h ill) s. carp, uter niid hnlld
er; 'I lioiuas l.cw l , niloriiev and s.-cretarv; H. V.
Vernyiv.orncv it-iu.v, DiKJiioin III.; H. C. 1'nce
-11 Mil t r of I '..,!. r.iiinl II 1...... 1:1 . AH,..rt
Hay, ten. cashier id (ieori'e Connelly t o. ,'s,riii)
Held. I I ; li. M V.iiiiri. altornnv-nt-luw. lilii liu.i-
mill-li str"-t,-Clilca.'o; II, m. Kol.'i.A. Hatcher, at-lorney-at
hi.v: Churie-ion. Mo; II. Leiiihlon,
ashler 1'irs, .S'atiimal I'liak. smart. Iuw.
817 St. Charles Su il. LOUIS, M0.
A. roprnlnr Ornl n:if rl two mellv;l
CfilU',:, bit, breii lon-.'.-i eei;:in(.d in file frea'.
nient r.f I ' h i-fm i,., 7s' rv-f 1, rsliiu ni.il
lllood lifsea-es than imv otlo-r 'hy.-ti'iaii lu
M. 1 .011 i,. in tliy p n.ers show ,'i.d :.l I Id r.'sf
dent know, ( on-iiit illoii .it 01t.ee or l;v nmll,
free and Invited. A irlendi"' I ::k or bi r.jil li l.ni
costs i.oililnir. Wbi'ii It I-1 um. v. nt. -nt to vlit
thrclty lor trealuieiit. ii.'-dli'ines can be sent
by m.illor exfiri ., i:v-rv n liei e. 1 urable cast ,
Cnaraiiteed ; where doubt tAlstjl'. i.s iranUy
Hated. Call or Write,
rvonn Prmtratlon, Debl 1 it) M snl 1 tn il
Vhilcal WeaknM,, Ksrrqi IkI tnd Othsr
tftertionsof Throat, Sklnan'l Bniiss, l.lood
niurill tni lilond I'olsonlnf-, kln Aftw
tloni, (Mil torn ami I'lffrs, InipKilnisnl' to
Marring, Khsumtlm, Piles. P'jlliL
tent km r,s frnm otsr-worksd drain.
M'ltfiK'Afi CASUS rffflte spycUl attfntlnii.
DlistiM trlsln from Imprmlsnfst VcsM(
Indulstrnceti or Kpoiuri.
It l 'If-evideiit that a plmieiail t-.ybljt
I iirttenlar atli'iil Ion to a cla-sof ra-.-s nttal.ji
trreitl skill, and ,liv.b:laii, In r.-k'nlar jj-jetfe
all over the country knowing tin-,. Ir-.i 'entlr
rSCUillieiul to-, -J M theol'lf'-t OIRi'f tr Amerf.
c.'i. where every known ii,,lian, e Is re-ortu'
to. and th prov-.ol ino,l rMnl i -' all
a.r'-s and cnintri s are u.e,t, A w hole bense f,
ii.ed for oiliee purj fin:,, and all are treated a fill
skill lu a rei.-etf .f iii.ii.m-r; and. kiow.n
w bat to do. mi exfei'lin.-iit-ire niii'le. I 11
coiiiit 01' the j;reat number afiplvlni', tlia
rbariffs are k'pt low, often lower than i ilt
ti. aii')'- 1 bv others. If on s-eure the 'kl I ; nd
L'.'t a -I" ' 'I'' and peri'-ei lite cure. Ili.it s .11,1
import. ml niato r. l'aiuphltt, M pag'-,. is -tit
loanv addr.s I'ree.
platee3. iMARRIAGE GUIDE. I pagls
K.lec int cloth and t'l'.l Idndiiu'. Sealed for .s)
f.'ut-in l-ot iye,r ciirreiiey. liver liny w n.
cb-rnil i.en pictures, trim to'tife, iirtielcs on ti'i'
follow lev nild.-i't-, : W ho may marry ? who 11 t
whv'r I'rr.ts r aire to marrv. Wliomarry III-'.
M.'iiihoo l. V,,iiae,ioo,. riiv.lcal d.'eay. W'.i'l
Bhoiild marrv. Ib.w lite smi lupplni- mav be
In, rea-e.l. Iho..- married or templaC
lu.HT illu' "-llo'il'l re ;i I ft. ItolU'llt to be real
bv all adult porx.m. 111. n ket-t under b"'K a., I
k.-y, l'opu! ir edition, -lime s nl.ve, but pl "r
co. r nnd ;'-pasvs, -i cents i.y mall, 1 uuV
1 ri: ui' 1 1 i.ivoi-.
j 1 irinit 1 o:rt
1". diT I oil'. t-. ,
mv "K .ti.iA'iMin:, I In 1 'ham on .
1 hallos li I'all' r and iJulrenia Wolf
.lobn Wolf, lloriry Wolf. Mrs. Wolf if,. of H.-my
Wol:. l-.mnv -hrli.T. -b it. rson snrii'-r,
l.oui-. 1 Alb-ri. Anna M-in .larr"tt
ami K!i:i l i-li"r
i-'-.r l'a:ti';i-n uuil --i'nii"'iit of Inu r
I'ni.li" it'.ti. . i- l.-'..o i-iu-n Uitit. In I'ur-.ia'i, .f
a ile, I,,- 11 '.e;o am I -n' : I l. paiil r.mrl i'i Hie uIhh,.
elltitl,.,! , ;.:-.', on tin' '.'Itli .l.iv of .lull'." A l. f-l. I,
A,",ami, i' II. In in, Ma-ter in I hum "ty of the i-niii
1 in nit court of Al"ami,r 1 ,,i:ni , ill,' on
11; 1 1). v, 'in il i i;;-t li.w ir .wi.t m, w-i,
at the hour of 11 o', to, k in t'e1 fun-noon, a' tii,
yolltli'Ae-l..riv iloor of tli,' court imu-e iu the , l'l of
l aim, cii'.sntv of Alexander ami sta'e of lllim.i-,
soli a' piiblii- a'l. 'ioii. to tl,.' lii.dit ami l--t bidder,
all iih'i i-iii.'i.lar, the lollonirij !- ril.i'd pre.ni-e-.
ami leal i'-i, il,' in -aid lie. e,. inontioued. to -uti-iv
-aid dei-re... to wit : I. i t-, numbered om- 1 ! 1, tun
and thieo i i . in i.loi k numbered nineteen ,i:o, in
the I'il-t Ailditi'in to tl:e eiiv of I uilo, in the roiinlv
of Alea!.d,r ami stale of Illinois: al-,, the . 11 1 li -
West (jlialter of tile FOUtllea-t llatter of sei-tjoll
number twenty se-,,,n in town-hip number
thirteen 1 b!i, -0 1 11 1 It ran ;e two r,') east, in the county
of .lolmsoii. and Ma!" of lllinoi,-; al-o 11 patt of th,
iioi tliea-t ijuait'-r of the nortl.ea-t ijimt't' T of e, tion
numlier two .'.'', In township iiiimber twehi.
il'.'i, south ran.'" three (.li in-t, in thu
said county of .lohn.-on ami st;,te of Illinois, nann'
iv eoiuiiieiicin.' at a .-mall hickory tie. on the i"t
line of -aid iUarter. ipiiirbT section at a branch forty
rod-111,1 1 h ,,f tie' -ou'lme-t cormT of saidtnutof
laud : thence riinnin.' dim eat tbr bains ami shty
links I,, u -tone: them e north ten deerees cHt (,,ur
chains and live links to a stone at the northwoMt
corner of lot number seven 1T1, in Tunn-ll Hill
si mill : them 1' soul h eihty-si' ieuees ea-t, thirteen
rods l-iu' the north line of lots numbered hi 1 Hi)
and si". en (I . to a stone ; thence south ten dcep-os,
"est 1 chain ami thirty nine links to a stone:
thence noithwe-terly to the "outhwest corner of
said lot 11 1 1 in I r seven ii 1: thence north ten de.'reen
ea-t or.o chain ami thiitv nine links to the dace of
!" j:i 11 1 1 i r 1 i m I m i 1 ritr -i.iil lots numbered -i (iii and
sewn ('. ', in Turimdl Hill south. The terms of
sale will be one haif Hie purchase money in 1 ash 011
the day of -ale. and the balance payable in nitm
months u it li ti per cent, interest, Heciireil by nof.i
and moi'tL'aL'e on the premises sold. The premise
will be sold free of the dower of the ccunjiluiliuiit,
Dnleenlii Wolf, therein.
Diiled Cairo, 111., Julv Sth, lss-l.
AI.KX II. IRVIN.
Master in Chancery.
(ieo. Fisher, Complainant's Solicitor.
State or Illinois
I Circuit Court ot
r hi. I'Minuer ' iMiniv, 11
Coi ntv op Af.K' AMiru I litmis. InChiinci'rv
Hi'iiiielt i. Athettou
Lilly Atbertoti, William Atlmttim nd Thomas Jef
Public Notice is hereby eiven tluif. in pitrsuanco
ofaileere'' made uml entered bv said court in the
above entitled caii-m, on I lie Pith day of Mav, A. ).
IM, I. Alexander II. Irvin, Maiter'in Cliaiieerv of
the Paid circuit court of Alexander county, will, on
FlilDAV, TIIK KIlfsT DA V OF Al'Ol ST, 11,
at the lii.itr of 11 o'clock In tln forenoon, nt thu
southwesterly door of the court bonne, In the city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and stale of Illinois, Veil
at public auction, to the hl"hest and l't-t bidder, all
mid siii''ular, the real eslate In said decree mention
ed, situate In the county of Alexander
and state of Illinois, to satisfy' said decree, bein;:
Hi" undivided one-idLdith part of the followine; de
scribed lands, to w il : The east half of the norlli
ivesl ( tiiirti-r ; the northeast iiimrter of the southwest
iu:uter, and the northwest iUinter of the soulhea-t
quarter of section twenty-one .'Jli; also the south
west nuiit'ter of the soiiiheast ipmiter of section fif
teen il.'o. all in township siieen ilili, south and in
I'liUL'e two, west of the third principal niel'idiau.
'I'ei nis of sale, one-half of purchase money ( tedi in
hand, balance on 11 credit of t,i' months, with note
ami tiiiit'teie,-.' 011 preuii-es sold, biuu)nL' li per cent.
Mated Cairn, 111., Julv Sth, 11.
AI.I'.X 11. invis,
Master in ( haticery.
I). T. Line 'tir, Couiplaiiiant'o solicitor.