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rut DAILY (JAIKO HULLETIN: FBI DAY MOUNLNU AUflUST 1, 1881,
M'hc Daily liulid'c,
tiniW one nit by cirri, r
v. vuc month
'Vnhli"hedV excepted I.
W. my. one year
" klv. H month" 1
riihi'lshed every Mondav ntnm. .,,,.
t vr-i '.nl'H of live or more .r Weekly Hulct.n at
nle'llme. per year, J I. Ml. i'ocliKe iu "II casci
' INVAVI.IRLT IN AUTVJil'E.
cnmnuLlcatiotis should be add-ess'ii "'
K , A it I K. till
Publisher anil Pronnctor.
A stove foundry of
Trim., is turning out seventy stoves n
It is estimated that -J.Oou.OOO straw
lurry plants were set in West Tennes
see this spring.
A man in North Tislmry. Mass., says
!: has reeeuily drawn up eighty-nine
snakes from his well.
Hoys at the forks of Coos Uiver, in
Oregon, receive $1 for each crane killed
in that neighborhood.
The Pennsylvania Medical Society
have admittd women to membership
and indorsed vivisection.
.lews have been so persecuted iu
Limerick, Ireland, lately that numbers
ol tiicni have left the city.
It has been found out that liartholdi
lias made an idealized portrait of his
mother in the. figure of Liberty.
Of the 1.28S who graduated from
Middleburg College since lHtMl, Gl'J are
still living, and 0'J became clergymen.
Political arrests continue daily in
Russia, and the question of new and
larger jaiis will soon come up for seri
Thousands of painted- sparrows are
sold in London for canaries, and the
fraud is seldom detected until the new
feathers begin to sprout.
There are over 700 light-houses and
2"i floating light stations on American
coasts and rivers, siimiorted by a
yearly cost of $1,889,000.
Do Voe, the New Jersey weather
seer, says wo aro to have cold weather
in July, somo very hot weather in
August, and along, mild Fall.
Mr. Whistler admits that it took him
only twenty minutes to make some of
the drawings recently sold at from
twenty to eighty guineas each.
Governor Stanford andRemiNadeau,
of Los Angeles, are rivals in the vine
yard business. Nadenu i3 now 1,000,000
vines ahead, having 3,000,000 iu all.
A Cincinnati paper says: "There is
one square on North Fourteenth street,
iu Richmond, Ind., where resido twenty
one younu ladies of marriageable age."
The Loston Wa!cliitii says that
within the last nine years nearly 800
churches have been burned in America,
mostly through defective heating appa
ratus. J. K. Hall, of Marietta, Ohio, ninety
one years old, is said to have built the
lirst wharf on the Ohio river, and his
son is married to a granddaughter of
Dr. Ctiyler, writing in the Hviinytlist,
says thai cheap pews, and even free
pews, are very desirable fur all who
have a scanty purse. Rut cheap re
ligion he pronounces an arrant delu
sion. It is said that only one small herd
of buffaloes tie; remnant ef what was
known as the "great Southern herd,"
remains in Texas. These are being
killed as fat as their tle.-ii can be dis
The number of horses in the United
Slates in l.s-l, sctord'.ns to the latest,
ctVie'.'il statistics, is ll,lo'.i,C;-show
iri'' an inerea-e over lss.j ot .l.hti
head. 'J he number of ruules m tl
country is now estimated at 1.'.' 14,1 'JO,
Tweniy-eitrht years tigolb-nrv Clark,
of JiuiiK,t;.sviile, (a., put a cattish m
his well, and il has grown frm two
iiici.es in length to s:teet). hverv year
Victoria's reign has extended over
forty-seven years. Three Kuropean
monarchs are' older than she is the
Kniperor of Germany, who is ciglity
.seven; the King of the Netherlands,
who is sixty-seven, and the King of
Denmark, who is sixty-six.
From a French stalo paper, lately
brought to light, it appears that in 1770
the following Parliamentary decree was
solemnly passed and duly registered
under King Louis XV.: "Whosoever,
bv means of red or whito paint, per
fumes, essences, artilfeial teeth, false
hair, cotton, wool, iron corsets, hoops,
shoes with high heels, or false hips
shall seek to entice into the bands of
marriage any male subject of his Maj
esty, shall be prosecuted for witchcratt
and declared incapable of matrimony."
It has been stated by Captain Galton
in his work on "Healthy Dwellings,"
that a new house, containing li.iu.mn
bricks (each brick sucking up from 7
to 10 per cent of its weight of water),
contains, at a reasonable calculation,
10,000 gallons of water iu it. All this
quantity of water lias to be removed by
evaporation, and the rapidity of this
process will depend on the tension of
the vapor at a given temperature. The
rate of transmission of heat through
building material depends upon their
texture and composition,
Jefferson Davis' estimate of Mr. Ren
jamin is that he "could not be called
an orator nor a debater, and yet he
shed on every subject he discussed a
light which answered tho purpose and
had the effect of both. In manners
eentle and conciliatory, with a voice
every tone of which was silvery, ho
was "both persuasive and convincing.
Notwithstanding the wide range of his
knowledge, he was so geutle as always
to bo seeming to receive information,
and perhaps nunc of his most familiar
acquaintances can recall over having
seen him during social intercourse en
gage in heated argument. Trained to
the close investigation of the law, he
found periods of relaxation during
which his memory became a storehouse
of poetry and lictiou, and in times of
darkest prospect and deepest depres
sion wotiid enliven his comrades Ly
recitations from his favorite, Tennyson.
The pride of Louisiana, the love of all
true Confederates, the admiration of
all Americans who rejoice in the glory
of their countrymen, must long keep
green the memory of Jud::h 1'. Renja
min." 'i lie Limits ol Vision.
Thursday Evenino, July 31, 1884.
The weather is warm and close, and tho
Kir still thtrged with moisture tlirit will
gather and deluge the wuter suuked ground
at short notice. The ruin of Tuesday was
the heaviest, to lust us long as it did (5
hours), that ever visited this section. The
damage to exported grain by the wet
weather must lie very great.
The markets are generally dull, and the
movement in leading articles extremely
FLOUR The deinind is small and
prices unchanged. Stocks are generally
HAY The demand is liizht, and con
fined strictly to gilt edge grade.
CORN Steady and unchanged, with
good demand and very light supplies.
OATS The old crop is out of the mar
ket. Choice dry new is in fair demand at
BRAN Held at 75c by the mills.
BUTTER There is no demand
medium grades; only strictly
called for. Creamery is a shadt
commands Q5c to-day.
overstocked. The supply is sufficient for
a week to come.
VEGETABLES Potatoes are quiet and
unchanged; tomatoes plenty and dull.
FRUIT Very little coming in, except
blackberries, and they are sold on the
street by coi.utry people.
Sales and Quotation..
I' I it in Green
Sheep Pelts, dry
Sheep Pi Its, irrucn
dull mid market
NoTK. Tho prices nere jjiven are lor stiles Trim
ilri-t tiHiiuH In round lot, ad advance '
r.hartrvc! f ir broken Intern flil'npnrd. ,
ImI bi.ls vurlona prudes
pd bids l-anc-
loo hbls choice
2 r nrc "ill edire email bale...
1 car prime mixed
1 car mixed
w hen the well is c-ioancd tin; Ii-.ii is
:ht and replaced after the
A man in Spokane Falls, Montana,
d;dn't like bis wife, and his wife liked
a charming imported Frenchman. The
little family trouble was adjusted by
the Frenchman iavinr the husbani
il,L''KJ in jood spot cash, und lakin
lbe woman. lneLrst env of Spo-
k;i!ie Falls are in a Hatter over the
In D.'Tt's anecdotes of the early h
tory ot ; nnont a story is toiu ol a
man who, standing in tho hollow stub
of a tree, fell backward and hung
downward, with one foot lodged in the
tree. In his desperation lie cut his
foot off at the ankle witli his jack-knife
and crawled toward home, some two
miles before he obtained help.
Not long ago a big whale got strand
ed on one of the Shetland islands. A
venturesome small b y thought he was
dead, and sat down on his snout. The
whale'showed that he objected to this
liberty by giving a snort which sent
the small bov Hying into the water lifty
feet away. When lie swam ashore he
knew more about whales than he ever
Tucson is the pride of all Arizonians.
They even claim it to be the oldest city
in America, and declare tint, its origin
antedates that of Santa Fe. Before the
advent of Americans it was a Mexican
hamlet, und still earlier it was an In
dian village. No traces of itslir.it oc
cupants are to be seen to-dav, but the
adobe houses and narrow windiii"
Ktreets are Mexican.
Mr. Rookwalter, the democratic can
didate for governor of Ohio whom iov.
Foster defeated, is said to be worth
$2,000,000. He derived his fortune
from bis invention of a turbine water
wheel. Several years ago he Ind built
a inagiiilicent house at Springfield, ().,
and had in it the best private art '"all
lery iu the state. When his w,(St to
whom he was most devotedly attached,
died, ho left that house, and ha never
entered it since, and has only been in
Springfield but once since.
Only nine sovereigns of England
have lived longer than Ojicen Victoria,
who is now sixty-five, and only three
Henry JH., Jvward HI. and George
JIL have reigned longer than elie.
It has been asserted that the eye
the common house-fly is capable
discerning an object the livc-niiLionlh
of an inch in diameter. Prof. Rogers,
of Cambridee, says he can distinguish
lines ruled iu gl i-s which are only
1-GO.OiiJ of an inch apart, simply by
unaideu vision, i ru .i. j-u i.cu.e,
however, places the limit of human
vision lor gooil eyes at the i-j.ow oi
an inch as the smallest distance at
which two objects can be seen apart.
Jo appreciate tho perfection of the
eye as an instrument, it may ue interest
ing to notice now the other senses wou.it
perform the same work.
tor instance, if we take a pair ot
dividers and stick on each point a
mustard-seed, so that the impression
on the skin shall not be too pungent,
and then try on another person, whoso
eyes are shut the least distance apart at
which two distinct impressions can bo
perceived, it will be found that on tho
middle of the back it is about o inches;
on the arm or back of the hand, about
I to :j of an inch; on the palm, about
of an inch; on the finger tips, about
1-1 J or 1-1G of an inch, and on the tip
of the tongue, about 1--0 of an inch or
Combining human vision with the,
powers of the most powerful and por
ted compoumt microscope, it is iotina
that the limit ot vision is reached when
lines Ml, .V.'s. to the inch are separated,
;ind that the theoretical limit of the
power to dicern a single object is
1-1 i s, Mi j of an inch. I his limit has
been nearly but not finite reached bv
most perfect instruments.
When, therefore, the maximum pow
er of human vision. Lacked by the
most powerful and perfect microscopes,
does not reach much over about 1-100,-000
of an inch, tho absurdity of at
tributing a limit of l-.Vlo.on'j of an inch
to any kind of unaided vi-ion is appar
ent. The eyes of many insects arc
indeed extraordinary orgaus, and what
we generally designate as the eye of a
11 y is really a compound eve, made up
of hundreds and even thousands of
separate lenses called oeeeilitcs. Of
these the common house-fly has fotir
thousand in the two eyes. Tho struct
ure of these oetellites is well known,
the optical part of each consisting of
two lenses, which combined, form a
double convex lein. '1 hat each oeeellite
acts as a separate eve can be easily
proved by detaching the whole of the
front of the compound eye, and by
manipulation with a microscope it is
not diilicuit to examine a photograph
or other object through it. When this
is done a distinct imago is seen in each
oeeellite. Dr. W. I; Carpenter has
show a that each oeeellite relb-ets but a
small portion of the image looked at,
and that it requires the combined action
of the four thousand lenses of the 11 v
to produce thti same effect as that seen
by the one human eye. The human
eye is, therefore, a far more perfect
optical instrument than the eye of a
11 y. Xau l'urk .Sdi.
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.' caiF white in bulk...
carp new in bulk
cars rirv ci-w iu bulk.
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Helpless as an int'inf, but with h mind
keenly alive to Ins position, the lot ol a son
of Mrs. J. H. Hniice, of Camden, Ind , was
truly a sad one, until the anxious mother
ie:ird of Athlopliorus, toe grout leniedy
'. r rheumatism. She purchased a bottle
ami within a wci-k me uki v-rs piiying
with bis fellows. The lady gladly n com
mends the medicine to others.
NEW AUV Kil'i ISIvlltMH.
4 1 J
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ly ml.lree-iii! i.tl). 1'. HOW K I.I.
r ue M . New iork,cii:i Icirn the c:.rt ceit
ut iit.y l-rn"'-.e-l cue ot Abt uilMMiin Aiiht
cun New kihijiit. tsfl '-pucc l'litn". h'.ct, i-.c.
lloncsl 01.1 Abe.
Abraham I.ii.cd'.n lia a stmn back, other
tr.n 'iv umiij isvti'on eapciue ror.-tm Cluster.
miM-MCFDC of theb.
1 I V.UIIO luse ,,,1V f,,r th. t i i -
war who were re
lie el i'etmmJ,oti uiiU i lili lftl tniite.-. will titnl it
to their iiiien -t to ci iiitiiunii ate iiromjit v ami
with inrtii iil-iri. with McN H 1 1,1, ,v HI Kill, At
tori.e; h iitul So.io'torH. Prawcr l'7. Witoh'.iiL'ton.
i) (' No fi-i iu advance; houorihle deal iiy;
The Science of Life. Only Si
BY MAIL rOsT-PAII).
TO! t!l( l'tiVlfll! 1'
le iu .Van, Krror ol
ruf rie- reeuitiiiu' Irom it
A . ook for every man, voai,
!. Ilcoicr.il, I.'', (ire-n -rii'.iim
ct.rotcr (li-ii H-ei, -tch cie
oi d zen ....
Jc(ior! choice het)...
10 coop" choice young.
tn lioxe- peachef
Canteliities t,er (loz
Country app'en per IhihIi..
Grapes' per pound
H-iiry I fl'in:ui, a chemical ex
lectured in Philadelphia a few
evenings ago. to a senii-pi'oiessionai
audience, on w hat he called Euthanasia,
or the property of putting certain use
less individuals comfortably out of tho
way. His idea was thus expressed:
"The cvOiUt.ou of humanity to a
higher form cannot be accomplished
wdhout some method of pre.s'Tving
and propagating tin; best of the species.
Had we, as unman beings wuh ail our
present power-, been placed on this
worl-l In as-oeiatioti wilii n race as
liiueit above us in capacity and power
a- w e are ahove the lower animals, a
sv-t.-iu nf selection wolibl have been
st t ; I I w'aieii in a few hundred genera
t-'uis wou.d have produced a much bet
t'-r huin:-.i,i:." H.iviiii' laid these
to, ,ii Pitjotii, tiie lecturer asked to
v. ! ,t . x'i ut t!,e biw might control life
"in .fi' s win-re to the certainty of a
f.a.d di-e:ise is added intense physical
misery," and in tho cases of tlw birth
vf monstrosities and idiots.
rotiitoel". per hil-hel.
rotnil'oes Im.t lio
Potatoes per hbl
T KOI' l( A L I'liLTr
Til i) waeheil
8. (.'. Ham-.
Clear kiiIm. .
H nou Id ri . . .
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1 "i c J,"
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. .iini e
yoiiili. and tin told
c ret ton or exces-es
iiiiiid le-wue'l and "1
or nil acute ami
which 1n liivalicihte. so to r.d I v the ATI
v, hose experisi.ee I. -r - yearn ic Mich n prohah y
never beft-re feil t-ithelot of iiiiy pbyMclun .
paues, lioucd !n lieatitilu! Ff.-nch miio'in, cm ho
ifd covcre, fill itilt, L'lturai.te d to he a finer worn
id ev. ry sense mechanic-!1, ho-rnrv und prof
pinna! than any other work h.-Ii in tl'lf country
for J-'.SO. or the ni iney will lie refunded in every
Instance, rrf c otilv Sl.no r.v mail, post-i-ani
Illtisirative eatn In li cents, .-end now. (leid
medal awarded the anthor nv the Natio' al Medica
Asseciatinu, to the nicer" (f which lie n fi rs.
JhiH book nhnuld be read i.y '.he vciiiil' lor
utructlnn. und hv the aflllctril for rellel It will
licnelit all. London Lancet.
There in no member ol son.-iy to whom this
book will not be uselui. wh- ther vo.tth, parent
irtianl-Rti. instnicir.r or .lTir mau..ri!inttit
Address the l'eabudy VedKal lii"titute. or l)r
W. 11. Parker, No. 1 llalCt.ci street, li .ston
Mass.. who tnav be ronsultcd or. ail ills. aJes ri
QniTini? ki!l and experience, cth'onic and obt
nate (Useable mat have iiallleil ; i I tie
skill ol all o'her physician-a 1 I 1 j 1 I j
ciuity. Mien tr.-ated sue
(!;i-tul! without n inst.
anceot failure. .Mention this paper
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TOR BALK HY ALL DIIUOOISTS
For Sale bv
PAUL G. SCIIUIl!
Special A tits, in this iMtv
Delivered at CAIIU), 111.,
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10 to li-i
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These tanks tire made of CLF.AH CYPIU-iSS. Vf,
Inches 1 lil.-k . .securely liooned null nru WAThK
Til 11 IT. They lire
Shi ppod win itcMi tid nn well 1 nvteed
to prevent their IicIiil' racked or broken In hand
linn. Kstit'iatea furnished lor
U'litiktt of tiny Size.
A. ItlCitiH .So tlUOK,
HIT Pelord St,, New Orleans. La.
8350.00 WW MONTH!
V '"v.vv S,A.V AN, commission
to competent business inat;ai.'cr for this city (or
Sintei Akciicv. M-.SI'ONsll I.K COMPANY, Ittis
Incss p.iictically n monopoly, rivalllii).' the Tele
phone. f,ii CA.:II l'l(.UTiKI) for $I.IM1
SAMPI.K tll'TFIT ST,PI,.,('.OOI)'4. No Wain.
No Piirllcnlart! ackross, wiih relVrencus.
21 East Mlh St., Saw York City.
0 0 O'OiIrL
C17 St, Charles Su. HI'. LOUIS, M0.
A resnLir Ormluntn pi' two medical
pollein s, lias been loneei- iMmacd in the treat
nient ci ( 'linini,', Ncrvoa, ISUin and
ill. n, 1 IHsea-i s tliiiu anv oiin-r pliyslclnn in
ht. Louis, as city teipei s bIiow ,ind all thl resi
dents know. Consultation , it otr.i'i! or by mall,
tree anil Invited. A Irien.llv talk or las opinion
t.isU noihliiir. W'lien it li Licoi.vciil.-nt to v lilt
he city lor treatment, nie.lieiiies can lie sent
by until or express evervwhei.-. I arable ease,
k'uaranteed : w here doubt exist -1'. I '.raukly
Hated. Caller Write,
Nfrronn ProMrstlon, PdiliUr. Mental and
Vhyiilcal Weakness, Mfrcuilal ami other
flection of Throat, Skin mid ltonei, l.lood
Impurltlas and llloud I'olsaiilng, til in Affec
Hunn, Old Sorra and ilcers, IiniieiiiiiieiiU to
Marrlaire, ltliptiniatism, Piles. Sprrlat at
tuition t case from oier-wnrke J '.train.
M UI.H'AL CASKS rfcelvejipodAl all tentlun.
jljca'i'n arlslmr from Imiiruilenctn Ktcesses,
Indulk'oncei or Kxpoiurca,
It Is self-evident that a phvilclan r-.vbtg
psr'.leular attention to a cla-sot' ca-i-.. attains
k'reat skill, and physicians In ri'it'ilar t,,-a.-tl.-
all over the country knuulinr UiK freo ently
recomniend rai-s to Hie olde-t oili.-e It- A ,ni i .
ca. wli.-re every known appliance Is e-ottec
to. and the prov,-.l unod reinoili..- -,f al.
iu'e and countries ai e tiseil, A w hole l-rnsp i$
n.e.l P.t-oiUee .tirpo-i'j, an, I all are li-cate 1 a I til
fikiil In a re-peetfiil niatnier; and, Kte'W.nit
li hat to do, no experiments are made. n ..e
coaiit of the 'it'eat tiuiuli.'r appliliii', t.m
t-hai ues are kept low. ot't.-n low. r than is i i
ii.aii'lcl bv oth-t's. If von s,.,Ure the ski I -.nil
p t a-p. e,e and perf.-. t life cine, that s .ue
l.iipi'lt.iiit inatti r. J'ampUttt, M paei. lit
to any uddt'i::J tree.
plates. 1MARR1AGE GUIDE, i mis
l'.i' L-atit cloth and tfl'.t Idn-lnu-. Mcaii-d fot M
ri uts in po-t;ie or eurrcucv. (iver tiny w m
.1. t nil en pu t ires, true tollfe. articles on li:o
follow i i; tr f-ul'j. et -: ho may neirry who n it:
whvr I'rop.r at-e to ic.arrv." Who marry tlr-'.
MaiilioH, Woi.ianhoo.l. Physical d. i .iv. S :;
h.'iod marrv. Mow 1 1 1. a-i.t ha; lue-i mav )
lncrea-e 1. 'l'ho.e ni:irrl. d or f..Mt. iii l.it '
nun rv iie.' sh. ml 1 rca-1 It . ltotciht to P.- rr 1
by nil adult persons, th.n kept iu:,.i- !...'k a. I
k.-v, l'upu!:ir edition, euin-n a'.ov.', 1' it pa "i
c.ii'. r and -. j aes, c-.i.ts l y mail, k 'none'
Mayor Tuomiw. W. Ilallulay.
Treasurer -L'harli H Nellia.
flerk- Dennis. J, Foley.
I'ouuselor-Wm. H. (Ill hurt.
Marshal .lam. a ti lteaiden.
Altoiucy WllJlum Ueuurlcka.
Police MuylB'rale A. t'oiiilni!.
BIJAKO or ALUBBMIK
hirst Ward Wm. Veil ale. Ilarrv Walker
B; Second Ward-C M. Woodwa'il, t.'. h. iltiit.8
l bird ward Joan Wood, Kuut-ri Smith.
Fourth Ward C'harlea O. Pitler. Samuel Otr,
Filth Ward Chaa. I.ancaalcr. Hnry Stout.
V -: -ro L- V
f 30 UNION SQUARE NLV1 YOrtK.
FCR SALE 5Y
If. Sleniralii & Co., Cairo. 111.
ST. CLAKA ACADEMY
is inartett'e. t'y s:!tiited in th" so'.fhern part of
l"Coti-in. Pupils arrivini; at IMibini'ie. Last Uu-bil'tin-or
lla!--na. III . may telephone to Academy
lor co ivi". nine. Korlurtlier piirfctilars apply for
catieo.ue. sr. t.i.Ai: acahlnu.
Siiisiiiawa Mound. Urm.t do.. Wis
ST. 11WSIXA ACADEMY, KLCEW00D.
the ni.i 'tiiliceiit i'ii! of cj-I.ijv, Wast; burn. Made
n.ii, Wis , is a branch of M I lara's and opera fine
t-dii uti.-nal ndvaii'a'S . in.
Ciir.sTK" SI1 year opens September 10. A
I'.illi'un t'oituiji! with I'liiversitv Powers Depart-n.-ents
it. i Ivii ituitiiieerint'. Chemistry ( lassies
and I-! us1 ii-li. Circii ar" of I'apt . W. P. H liiday
.owl V 1 'l'i, .1 !.,iL'.t,,,l i.iot.,1 Iti.a.rj P. W. It'if-
clav, Cliarles c.nl t i srln-r and It. II. (tniinliik'liam, of
mis city, or ot ici, i n i.1;. :i ,'i i , i"n.o.-ui.
AUBURN LADIES' INSTITUTE
For a Limited NuiiiIm y of Hoarders.
1B"),i. Anlmrn, N. Y. 1 4.
I-' icilitics for a thorotu'ti and accomplished edit
canon, beautiful Hurroiiiidinu's ; best satliary ap
lioMitmeiits. and rei'iiliir cartia.'i' ildiiii.'.
Cataioeues. with Patron 'I estlmoniiils and Pef
etences from Western States, on application to
MUltTI .!l-.ir,L. lllio'.VNl-;, A. Si., Princ'phl
iiceilo Lais' Seminary,
J(i(l I'n'y, Mtidison (. ' . 111.
One of the oldest schoo s in the We-t. KeptllMlon
a a lirsl cia-s school untitles ioncd. Superior ad
vantages for Knelisli and Classical Kducutlon with
Music, Drawlntr. Paint inir and Modern Lanituagc
Dpelia (September lsih. Por cntaloL'tl J. apply to
MISMIAMiL N. IIASKLLL, Ptlncipal.
Is ii type nf calaarlt
nav in; peculiar symp
toms, it is nttcnut
by an iMhiined condi
turn of the litiitif: mem
brant! of tiie nostrils,
tear-ducts and throat
all ctli-i the 1 tl n R s
n iicriu mucus i
s 'cretcd. ih('dischiir(,'U
is accoiiipaiiteil wr.li
paPiful iiritmir sensti
lion. 1 hu e aro sev
ere simsins of snm i.
vi fr. (tiicnt nttiicks
of h ludiiiL' headache,
a watery and Inllameil
statu of tho eyea
Kly's t' eiini Ha ni la
remedy louuded on
correct dlannost a of this disease and can ho do-
pundid iipon. Mb. in (IrylistM ; li ic. by mall
piimpie mittie tiv mini inc.
h'LY P.UOTI1EKS, Dm gists, Owcco,N,VB
AY-EE VE ft
trctlit .iidi;e -D. .1. Ibiker.
ircuit Cleric A. II. lrvin.
'oi.nty Judee J. 11. hoblnsou.
'utility Clerk K. J. llunim.
'onetv t inni.'V A lion 11 I i.i.L-
utility Treasurer- X ties W. Parker.
ii rii! -.ioiiii iiotiL'ea.
.rotn-r- It. r itzeraln
oeniy I oinniisstor.crs T. v . Ila'lidiv.
icahev a till Peter sn id
I'll I UP HPS.
p A1KU IJAPTl'sT.-Ciirner Vent.n and Poi.l
VJ un eis; picachitii! every Sur Is.,- mo nltiL' and
niu'lit ut u-ttal hours. Prayer r.eet i,t- Weilnea-
lay nlithi; ouiioay uchuoi. :mo a.tn
r.cv.J.NU. f . LDt.N, Pastor.
nllL'lt'-'H OK 11IK UKDI-EMKIt-lEpUc i.!
l-'ourteeiiin street, bui.day " a m.. Holy
on. mui, :i. u nit si . t'i .. '! . n itf I'n., ers II a. in.
!it.;,j s, i.i (,;Sp. ta., l-.v.-nit i; 1'rt.yert T:J" p.m
P !'.',uii.ori, "i". II. Kectot.
Ml.-SI'iNAKV HAPTIST CHLhCH -1
'! hire at io :,U r.. il., 3 p. m., and T.HII p. in.
i -.Ml, -.cl.ool at 7 So ). in It, v. T. J. Shores,
iill.il.'N Thlrteeioi. str'-tt; servlcei Slab-l--v'
" fP. school 2 P ro. Kev.
!". n-t r.
. . Li '.:T Cu. 1!: :r aid Wan. ut streets,
I'-- !'. V.!:i. S n : I. : 1 . '', ;,i . m. Mini ? -,Jll it m
tela -!..! at ! ."ip ro li.-v -I. A . Scurrett.
j ' I l II YTh 111 A N - K!(.'lith stteet; precnli,t oa
I St.t-l.a'l. ht llr'io a. ir. anil 7:30 p. in.; prayer
, .-in, - A s,S:. ii 7:,j'i p. nt.; Mati'lav achwol
t :i t ii; H. v I'.. Y. '-i orie, tis.stor.
s.'l iU..man t.'t,;(.oUc) Comer Croat
- '! A'rImiI s.i-eets; M i s tvery Sunday at
tidliSa. in. ; "'un-lay school at i . in , and Vesp
rsatilp. tn. M . ss ev-ry morniii al 5 a. m. Ituv
'. S ,M.-eney, iirtot.
... i.t'i i.ri'iCL ... . ...
Si I . I t w iv r. . iin.-iiai; e &IUOIIC1 li.fllt'f .MIllD
s'r,... I si,. I tr.l,li.sn u..o. ...
S'tiidav and S and 1" a in. : Sunday ch io at 2 p.m.'
in.. YiF.ers u- .-i ji. in. - ass eve y tnt rn ni; ai 8
p. m. Lt-v. .1, Miiri-hy, paftot.
T II K
3utual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Orraiiizcil December, 1P.83, Until r tiie
Law of 1 !Jj:.
esor to V!d and Orphan" Mu'ml A'.d So
fl', r,-eanl7.e.'. .,'.iiy 4th, 1177, under
the laws of lbT.'.
,IO)IN II. l:ol!IN.stiN
WM. STUATi 'N
,1. A . (iiiLiiSTINE
C W. DCNNIMI
... ice Prlsidellt
IJOAKD OFDIIiKCTOPvS fok 1t YEAR.
Wm. Stratton. Strit'.on A Bird, ero-ers. Cairo. !il .
.). A. (toidstine. ofiiold-tir.e A- P.os. nwater. whin
ale and retail rlrv good;'. W. Durinins;. M. D.;
Pre". ltd. .Mel. fix., for lnion; Albert Lewis,
commission merchatif, ,1. II. Kobinson, cotmiy
Jtidirt: ami notary public; Wm. K. Pitcher, coin,
broker and hindrance aeDt; K. II. haitd. city
street supervisor; .M. Philltj-S. carpi titer and build
cr; I hotnaa Lev I". attorney aud secretarv ; K. V.
P:rce, attorney at-iaw, Dtitjtioin 111.; K . C Pace
cashier of Centennial Dans. Ashlev. lil . ; Albert
llavden, cashi.-r of George Connelly A Co., Spring
Held. I I ; If. M unn, nttorney-at-iaw, Ifiti lia.i
do'ph street, Chlcat'o; Hon. Kohl. A. Hatcher, at-torneyat-iaw.
Charleston. .Mo.; II. Leihton
cashier First National Pank. Stuart. Iowa.
A - I K I; - I.K.
TATl. OK Il.l.lMi:-
t 'in :iit Court of A!-x
d.-r Cimiilv. Illitioi-"
CofXTl or i KAiit:n. I hu ham-rv
( liaih-s (i Pati-r and liiih-iiia Wolf
-loiin Wolf, H-nrv Wolf, Mr- Wolf
W olf , Ka.'inv snriver, ,l,-rT--rso
Loiii.-a Alien. Anna Ma
and Klia lisli.-r.
For Partition and Assignment of Do.-r.
Public notice is hereby 'iw-ti that, in pursuance ot
a ii.-. r.-e made ate! . -titer. -d bv said court in the h!o
entitled i aiis.-. on tin- lltli day nf June, A. D. l-sl. I,
Alevaiid. r II. i rv in. Ma-t.-r in Chain , ry nf tiie r:ii-l
circuit court of Alexander coimty, will.'on
I'll I HAY, 'IT IK IIKsT DAY ('F .Ui.fsT, 1-M,
at the hoc, r nf u o'clock in the forenoon, at th
southwesterly door of the court hous,, in the itv nf
Cairo, county of Alexander and state of Illinois,
s.-ll at public am lion, to the highest and best bidder,
nil and singular, the tnllouim.' described premises
and real est.ite in said decree in.-tition.-d. to eaii-fv
said decree, to-v it : Lots nil inhered one 1 1 1, to rji
and three op.. In block numbered niiiet.-en iPn, in
tin First Addition to the citv of t uiro. in the county
of Alexander and state of Illinois; uo the sontti
west quarter of the south. -,-i-t iiiart,-r nf section
number tei!ty-s.--,en ,.;., in timn-liip nuniber
liiit teen i b)., south ram.' two r.'i east, in tiie county
nf Johnson, and state of Illinois: also a part of tin
northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section
number two f-'i, in township number twelve
1 1 soutli ranee three t:i ea-t, in the
said cotitity of Jolmson and stale of Illinois, name
Iv cominenciti' at a sinall hickory tree on Hie west
line of said quarter, quarter section at a branch forty
rods north of the southwest corner of said tra. t of
land; thence runnitiL' due east three chains, and sixty
links to a stone; tln-nce north ten d.-erees east four
chains and live links to a stone at the northwest
comer of lot number seven (7i, In Tutinell Hill
south: thence south eiirhty-six de-.Tees ea-l, thirteen
rods beim.' the north line of lots numbered six-(li)
and seven (7) to a stone : then.-e south ten deorees
west one chain and thirty nine links lo a stone;
thence northwesterly to tiie Houthwest corner of
said lot nuniber seven (7i; thence north ten deorees
east one chain and thirty-nine links to the place of
beeinniiiL' iucliidim; said lots. ntiml'i-ed six (tii and
seven t7i, in 'In ti ni-11 Hill south. The terms nf
sale will be one. half the purchase money in cash on
Hie day nf sale, and the balance payable in nine
month with ti per cent, interest, secured by nolo
ami inort'aL'e on the premises sold. Tin premise-;
will be sold free ot tiie dower of the eonipluinunt,
Dulceniti Wolf, therein.
Dated Cairo, III., July sth. ISM.
.U.EX II. IIIYIX.
.Master in Chancery.
Geo. Fisher, Complainant'? Solicitor.
A ST E It's SALE,
State or Illinois
Circuit court of Al-
Hfl OY fill .1.11 ('..?.( I II.
Cot'Nrv or Ai.K':ani;fii ( linoi-i. In Cliatie'ery
1'rtitieirt I). Atlierton
Lilly Atherton, Williuin Atliorton und Tliomaa Jef
Public Notice is hereby (.dveti that, in pursuance
of a decree made and entered by said court in the
above entitled cause, on the 1:1th (lav of May, A. I).
1K, I, Alexander II. lrvin, .Miister'in Chancery of
the said circuit court of Alexander county, will, on
FlilDAY, THE FII1ST DAY OF AFOUST, lss I,
ut the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon, ntthe
southwesterly door of the court house, in the city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and state of Illinois, sell
at public auction, to the hiirhest and best bidder, nil
aud sitiL'iilar, the real estate in said decree mention
ed, situate In the county of Alexander
and state of Illinois, to satisfy said decree, heitie;
the undivided line-eighth part of the follow Im; de
scribed lands, to-wit: The east half of the north
west quarter; the northeast quarter of the southwest
quarter, and the northwest quarter of Hie Hiiuthenst
quarter of section twenty-one t'li; ulso the south
west (iiiai'ter of the southeast qintrri-r of section fif
teen tl'iii nil in township sixteen dm, south and In
ran li two, west of the third principal meridian.
Terms of sale, one half of purchasi money cash in
hand, balance on a credit of six months, with notes
and inortiiiiije on premise) mild, a lieitrln 11 per cent.
Dated Cairo, III., July 8th. 18N4.
Aluster id Chuucery.
D. T. I.IneL'tir, Comiiliiluant'8 "Solicitor.