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The Illinois Central It. It. will, on Tues
day, September 23rd, tell tickets from
Cairo to tit. Louis aod return for $3.50.
Tickets Rood to return on until Sept. 24th.
A. II. Hanson,
Oeo. Puis. Agt.
Fob Balk: Two Tacant lots, numbered
30 and 31, in block 54, city of Cairo.
Hart Pots ah.
Auction Fatal Dry Goodia nd Notions,
Monday, Kept. 22nd, 1881, 101
Commencing at 8 o'clock p. m, consist,
ing of silks, sating, fsncy and Btaplo dress
goods, hosiery, handkerchiefs, etc., shirts,
collars, cuffs, laces and a full line of iva
tlamea's underwear, bats, caps, boots, shoes,
etc. Fixtures and show cases at private sale
if desired. Taos. Winter, Auctioneer.
An End to Bone Scraping.
Edward Shepherd, of llarrisburg, 111.,
says: "Having roceived so much benefit
from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to
let suffering humanity know it. Have had a
runniug sore on my leg for eight years; my
doctors told me I would have to have the
bone scraped or leg amputated. I used,
instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters and
seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ard
my leg is now sound and well."
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a
bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at 25c.
per box by Barclay Bros. (5)
UucKien's Arnica salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, ChilblainB,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It i guaraateed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
23 cents pr box. For sale by Barclay
A Startling Discovery,
Mr. Wm. Johnson, of Huron, Dak., writes
that bis wife bad been troubled with acute
Bronchitis for many years, an J that all
remedies tried gave no permanent relief,
until he procured a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs,
and Colds, which had a magical tlfect, and
produced a permanent cure. It is guaran
teed to cure all Diaetses of Throat, Lungs,
or Bronchial Tulws.
Trial Battles Free at Barclay Bros.' Drug
Store. Large Size $1.00. (5)
"Eongh on Dentist" Tooth Powder.
Smooth, Refreshing, Harmless, Elegant,
Cleansing, Preservative ami Fragrant. 15c.
Prompt relict in sick headache, dizziness,
nausea, constipation, pain in the side, etc.,
guaranteed to these using Carters Little
Liver Pills. One pill a dose. 25c.
Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid
ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. $
Don't Give it up So.
"Oh! if I had onlp known that in time'
Known whatt "Known that a simple cold
in the h ad may develop into chronic ca
tarrh." Well it iw'a too late, for Ely's
Cream Balm will cure catarrh even after
the sufferers life has become a burden to
bim, and ha a nuisance to his friends. It is
the only radical and thoroughly scientific
catarrh cure known. Not a snuff. Not a
liquid. Applied to the nostrils with the
finger. Price 50 cents.
"Well's Health Renewer" restores health
and viifor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence,
Sexual Debility. $1. (2)
New Florence, Mo., August 17th, 1883.
Fifteen years past I have kept constantly
on band for use in my fami'y Merrell's Fe
male tonic, Merrell's Penetrating Oil and
Cardial, and Merrell's Cough Balsam. I
think these remedies have srved me many
doctor bills and I would not be without
them. Thos. J. Powell,
Att'y for Wabash, St. L. & P. R. R. Co.
Offensive breath, bad taste in moutb,
coated tongue, show torpid liver and dis
ordered stomach. Allen's Bilious Physic,
vegetable remedy, quickly relieves all. 25
cents. At all druggists. (8)
Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas
Along the lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
In 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoneypaid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Townskno. Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis. Mo.
For the Cure of Coughs, doldsj
Hoarseness, Eroncmtis.Croup, Influ-fl
lenza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In-I
ctpient consumption and lor the reJ
lief of consumptive persons in advan-l
ccq stagos oi me disease, or saw
ty all Druggists. Price, a i Cents.
A Land ol Marvelous Things.
IIyoiene, Colo., Sept. i, 1884.
Special Correspondence to The Bulletin:
During our travels through Arizona in
July, 1884, wo saw some marvelous things
that, to speak of, will tax the credulity of
some of our readers to an extent border
ing on doubt; however we will venture to
a few notes.
Along the Atlantic & Pacific railroad
west of the New Mexico lino, immense
masses of lsva run, twisted and contorted,
lor miles, as perceptible and seemingly as
fresh as the day the livid stream became
solidified. The scenery all along our route
of travel was of weird beauty and massive
grandeur. That the great plateau of Ari
zona was once an inland sea, there can be
no doubt; isolated mountain masses thrown
up in an irregular and peculiar manner,
the fantastically castellated buttes, and the
erosion caused by the retreating waters,
with numerous other evidences clearly
demonstrate the fact of there once having
been a terrific upheaval; and here, as in
many other places in this Hew west, the
book ot nature lies open with the record of
countless ages stamped upon its pages,
ever having in readings a rich feast for
the scientist and sight -seer.
For nearly two hundred miles we trav
eled by stage through uninhabited por
tions of the territory, through deep canons
and over rugged mountains. For the stage
to be "held up" by robbers was not an
unusual thing; we, however, escaped such
In many portions of the territory the
Sahuaro, or giant cactus, abounds. In the
Salt river valley we found them of immense
size. One day while driving along where
these plants grow plentifully, we had the
driver stop the vehicle, and three of the
passengers go out to measure one of these
monsters, as best we could. It was de
cided without doubt to be at least forty
feet high, and the main trunk to be two
feet in diameter, with three gigantic arms,
like the branches of a candelabrum, which
put out about ten feet from the ground and
were at least twenty feet in length and
ten inches in diameter, the whole being
covered with sharp, prickly thorns, and
fluted like a Corinthian column. The
body is of a pale green, and the plant at
the extreme top of each section bears pur
ple blossoms that crown the blunt or oval
shaped apex with a wreath of beauty, The
blossoms are set on pear shaped fruit that
is palatable and highly prized by both the
Mexicans and Indians. The trunk of this
curious product of the sandy desert is com
posed of narrow sticks of wood in the form
of a cylinder, and held together by outside
fibres. ' These woody strips are used, when
token from a partly decomposed trunk, for
roofing, fencing, etc.
The prickly pear, another of the cactus
family, grows to the height of over six
feet, and bears a pear-like fruit.
The bianaga, or "well of tte desert," is
anothct peculiar kinJ of cactus. It grows
four feet in height, and ten inches or more
in diameter; has long thorns, bnt is one of
the most valued ot all the mammoth cactu?.
By cutting out the center, making a bowl
like cavity, it soon a fills with water, afford
ing the thirsty traveler a refreshing drink.
The cholla is the most uninviting of all
the species. It grows from six to eight
feet high, wilh many branches; it has a
profusion of thorns with barbs similar to a
huge fish hook.
The ocotillo is another species, growing
in clusters of one or two dozen poles, from
fifteen to twenty feet in height. Walking
canes are made of these poles, and sold as
relics of Arizona. They are also used for
fencing, and when set in the ground as
pickets will take root and grow, making a
The century plant is found in many
parts, and is a useful product of the territo
ry. The flower stems run up from eight to
twelve feet and is from two to three inches
in diameter; on it are bunches ef yellow
flowers the size of a cabbage head, and
these heads or central parts of the Cowers
are used as food by the Indians; of it a
syrup Is made, and also a formrnted liq
uor. The amole, or soap weed, is another
plant of value; as a soap, the roots are
equal to the soap of commerce, and also as
a hair wash or invigorator, it is very val
uable. On the Gila river we passed through a
largo settlement of Indians who are in a
kind of semi-civilized state. They arc en
gaged in farming to some extent and live
principally off the berry of the wheat
which they prepare for food by simply
parching it. Nearby the roadside- we saw
hero and there squads of these swarthy peo
ple in an almost entirely nude state, wal
lowing in the sand and dust, similar to so
Nothing so excited our curiosity as the
many evidences of an ancient civilization
that was certainly far in advance of that
found in North America when first discov
ered by the whites. These ancient ruins of
extensive cities and land-marks of people
long since extinct, were discovered in 1540
byCoronado. Buildings at that time four
stories high, with walls six feet thickness,
bore evidences of having been in a state of
ruin for ages, and when the Indians have
no knowledge or tradition of the people
who built them. One of the ruins which
we examined looked, from the immense
amount of debris, as if it might have been
a large toraple. Our measdremeat made
its base almost 150 feet in length by 75
OAIRO BtJttttTlNt SUtfDAV - AlOkNlNO SEFrEMBER 21, 1884.
feet in width, and on two sides were mark
ed evidences of a high wall or court twen
ty feet in width, at the corners of which
thore had been buildings or watch towers.
Pottery in abundance, in broken pieces,
could bo found anywhere by digging into
While standing upon one of those im
mense piles of ruins we took view up and
down the valley; nearby could be seen the
banks o flarge irrigating canals which once
watered these vast plains, and the thought
came to my mind, whence came these peo
ple that built these cities and cultivated
these lands, and whither did they go?
Many theories have been advanced as to
their original and history. All is yet my
stery as regards these evidences of a pre
historic race. J, S. Flohv.
The City of Sunday.
New Orleans a Place where Religion
Relgncth and Kuleth.-The World's
Exposition an Outcome of this Spirit
of Toleration and Re-Union.
Special Correspondence to The Bulletin.
New Orleans, Sept. 18, 1884.
New Orleans is, without doubt, one of
the most religious cities in America that
ii, a larger proportion of her people are
church-goers. The Latin race predominat
ing, the tendency is mainly toward the
Church of Rome; although other sects are
The early priests of Louisiana distin
guished themselves in the field as well as in
the pulpit. Theirs were some of the first
great successes in agriculture. In 1727,
when theUrsuline Nuns and Jesuit Fathers
arrived in the colony, the latter were assign
ed a tract of waste land, mainly morass and
swamp, lying above the city. They drain
ed and cleaned and cultivated this land,
until the Jesuit's plantation came to be
knowo far and wide for its thrift and opu
lence. In 1703 King Clement XIII ex
pelled the Jesuits from the colony and con
fiscated their lands, which were cut up in
to a dozen plantations rd1 sold for $ 1 80,
000. This is now the richest part of
New Orleans and worth more than $100,
000,000. Only once in the whole history of Louis
iana do we find
A HIST OP PERSECUTION,
on the part of the church. When plain old
matter-of-fact Esteban Miro was governor
of the colony, a priestly agent of the noly
Inquisition, called to request that a file of
soldiers be placed at his disposal. The
governor sent a squad who Beized the priest
and shipped him to Havana. This was
the first of the inquisition in Louisiana
and the last.
Two years after the United Stalest pur
chased Louisiana the first Protestant church
was erected. A generous Jew, Judah
Touro, gave the ground and the legislature
granted the master and wardens permission
to run a lottery for the purpose of raising
this edifice, which since then has twice
been rebuilt and is now to be torn down
and rebuilt further up town. This church
is Episcopal. A few years after the Pres
byterians got a lottery pernfit and erected
a grand building, which has echoed with
the eloquence of the reverends, Sylvester
Lrtned and Theodore Clapp. Is it wonder
ful that with such examples the New Or
leans public looks leniently on lotteries in
general! Church-lovers as the New Or
leans people are, they never attempt to in
quire into the tenets of their uext-door
neighbors. A man's religion, it is held, is
his own branches and does not concern the
public. Fortunately here tha churches
have always had wise and liberal leaders
men of good will towards all good willing
We have in the past two years beheld an
Episcopal Bishop as a mourner over a negro
boy in a Catholic funeral; a Jewish Rabbi
wedding bis favorite niece to an uncircum
cised Christian; a Presbyterian doctor of
divinity preaching the funeral sermon over
the Rabbi's dead child.
Do not Buch specimen's of religious feel
ing in a city where
THE CHUKCHE3 NEVER QUARREL,
speak well for the enlightenment and tol
eration of the great Queen City of the
south the great Exposition grounds of
the continent. It is well that such facts as
these should go out to the people of all
lands. They will correct erroneous im
pressions of the people, and lead them to
take a more thorough interest In the great
Exposition to which sho invites all the
This grand event perhaps the grandest
in its aims and extent of any in our coun
tryis near at hand and the exhibits are
pouring in from all corners ot the country
and the world. The scene at tlio Exposi
tion grounds is now moro than attiactive;
It is compulsive. As the eye turns from
horticultural hall with its myriad panes of
glass playing diamond cut diamond under
the dazzling aun of Louisiana, to the majes
tic repose of the main building, at whoso
tower top floats proudly the flag of a unit
ed people, a feeling ot infinite satisfaction
suddenly supervenes vnd the anticipant
thought arises that when the poople's real
representatives from Maine to California,
strolliag beneath this roof of thirty-three
acres, shall behold America's giant indus
tries displayed in more than royal rivalry,
how truly they can exclaim with honest
ptide : "To bo an American citizen is great
er than a king."
Mr. Alexander Scott, Glassvilley New
Bruhiwsck, states that be was cured of
severe paine, by the use of St. Jacobs Oil,
the great pain cure. Only 50c.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbaao. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Store Tliroat. ftmrlllng-s. Npralns, Uralses,
Iturna. H al.L. 'rl Him,
AD A 1. 1. Ill II HI Ullllll.r Pllft l.MJ HIKES.
Soil kj immtnt. l..itu everrhtra. ill Ceuu Mil.
iMrwtiuu. in M l,aQgua(M.
TIIK l'II.WI.Kt A. YOtiF.I.KRCO.
i..uuiantui Balllawe, aiL.CS. A.
Blck Headache and relieve all the troubles IneW
dent to a bilious lute of the system, inch as Du
llness, Nausea, Drowainoaa, Distrese after eating,
Pain in the Side, Ac. While their moat runark
ftble success has been ahown in caring
He&daehe.Tot Cirter'sLIttlc Liver PUlsare equally
valuable la Constipation, caring tad preventing
thie annoying complaint, while they also correct
11 disorders of the stomach, stimulate tha liver
ud regulate the bowels. Even if they only cured
Ae he they ronld be almost priceless to those who
suffer from this distressing complaint; bat fortu
nately their goodiieas does not end here, and those
who once try them will find these little pills vain
able In bo many ways that they will not be willing
U do without them. Hut after all sick head
la thebane of to many lives that here is where we
make our great boast. Our pilla curs it while
Others do not
Carter's Little Liver Pills are very email and
Ttry easy to take. One or two pilla makea dose.
They are strictly vetttable and do not gripe or
purge, bat by their gentle action pleaie all who)
tie them. In vials at 23 cents; five fortl. Sold
by druggists everywhere, or sent by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO . New York
THE BEST TIIIXG KXOim
In Ilard or Soft, Ilot or Cold Water.
fAVES LABOR. TIME and SOAP AMAZ
N'GLY, and gives universal satiMfaction. IiC
family, rich or poor, should be without it.
Bold by all Grocera. BEWARK of imitation!
well destined to mislead. I'KAItLIXK is the
ONLY SAFE labor-saving-compound, and al
W&i bears the above symbol, aud name ot
FVLE. SEW YORK.
If you are bilious, dyspeptic
or constipated, a few bottles
of Hops and Malt Bitters will
cure you as they have many
others. An occasional use of
Hops and Malt Bitters gives
tone to the blood, strengthens
the nerves and promotes per
fect digestion. Do not be
persuaded to try something
else, said to be just as good,
but get the genuine For
sale by all dealers.
HOPS & MALT
ST. CL AI A ACADEMY
Is magnificently situated In the southern part ot
Wisconsin. Pupils arriving at Dubuque, Kast Du
buque or Ualena, III., may telephone to Academy
for conveyance. For further particulars apply for
catalogue. 8T. CLAItA ACADKMY.
Slnslnawa Mound, Grant Co., Wis,
ST. REGINA ACADEMY, EDGEWOOD,
the maimlflrent gift of ei Gov. Washburn, Madi
son, Wis., Is a branch ol St. Clara's and offers fine
educational advantages. T30-2m
AUBURN LADIES' INSTITUTE,
For a Limited Number of Boarders.
1855 Auburn, N. Y. 1HH4
Faculties for thorough and aeenmn'tthed eda-
eattou, tieaatlful surronudtns; best sanitary sp-
pnintinenis. ana regular carrlage-rlulng.
Catalogues, with 1'atrou testimonials and Refer
ences from Western 8tntes, on application to
MOHT1MKK L. IlltOWNK. A. M., Principal.
OodiVejr, Madison Co.; 111.'
One of tho oldest schools in the West. Hoanlttlon
as Srst class school unquestioned. - Superior ad
vantage fur Bnftllsh and Claslcl Education with
Haste, Drawing. Fainting and Modern Lensuages,
Opens September lHtb. For catalogue, apply to
alios UAtinibi n, ttADniLii., rriuciai. '
V WITT V
I CfJ 'lltVt' OUT OF ORDER.
Q NO CQuAt JX, (- "
30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
pMeo zNe t3u&
ill. "mass. GA.
TOR SALE BY
J. C. CARSOX, Cairo, Ills.
Is a type of cataarh
having peculiar symp
toms. It ih attended
by an inflamed condi
tion of the lining mem
braue of the noctrilH,
tent-ducts and throat,
affecting the longs.
An acrid nincus Is
secreted, the (Uncharge
Is accoropHnled with a
painful burning fenaa
tion. There are euv
ere spasms of susta
in:;, frequent attack!
of blinding headticbe.
a watery and inflamed
state of the eyes,
Ely's Cream Halm Is a
remedy founded on a
correct diagnosis of this disease and can be de
pended npon. 5)c. at drggjsts; bUc. by mall
HamD e bottle nv mail Oc.
ELY BROTHERS, Dru elt. Owco.N.Y,.
The BEST REMtor in the W0RLO for the Cure
CF ALL DISEASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES.
Tt is a Specific for the cure of Falling of the
Womb, Leucorrlia-a, Tain ia the back, Taint ul
or Suppressed Menstruation, Flooding. Faint
ing Sensations, and all Hie varied troubles at
tending the period known as Change of Life.
MERRELL'S FEMALE TONIC
and STUKMITH totlie L'tkrinr Functiokh,
exciting healthy action, and restoring them to
their normal condition. It is pleasant to the
taste, MAY BBTAKKN AT ANY TIMS, and is
truly a "Mother'n Friend." I For further ad
vice read Merrell's Almanac. Full directions
with each bottle. Price, Sl.ou. Prepared bv
a JACOB 8. MEBRELL, St. Louis, Mo.
!Oia by nil LiruulstJ aud Lieaiers in Medicine.
Delivered at, CAIRO, 111.,
at the FOLLOWING PKICES:
Ft. bottom. Ft. stave. Capacity gals. Price.
6 x 8 1450 824.00
G x t) 1G30 2H.00
7 x 2000 32.00
7 x 9 2250 3G.00
7 x 10 2500 40.00
These tanks are made of CLEAR CYPKK8S, 1?4
Inches thiek, securely hooped and are WATliH
TIGHT. They are
Shipped whole rind are well braced
to prevent their being racked or broken In band
ling. Estimates furnished for
Tanks of any Size.
A.. KIGG8 Ac BROS.,
217 Oelord St., New Orleans, La.
13G &138 Com'l Ave. .
bave a full and complete line of
Liui'i: Goods, Pus tors, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock of Body Brussels, Taper
tries sod Ingrain
A full stock of Oil Cloths, all aizes and prices.
All Oorxln nt Bottom Prioeat
Tbe Regular Cairo & Paducah Daily
.3 GUS FOWLKU
IlfiNRY E. TAYLOR, Master.
UKOUOE JOBEu, Clerk.
leaves F.tjacah for Oiiro dally (Sundays sxeept
d) at a. m., and Monad City at 1 p. m. Netnre
ngjUam Cairo at 4 p.m.: MoaAdCitr atp.
M 1 H
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. K
Shortest and Quickest Route
-T O .
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Kunninu;
O DAILY TRAIN
Making Direct Connection
Tbains Liivs Cairo:
arriving in 8t. Louis :00 a.m.; Chicago, :80 p.a..,
Connecting at Odin and Kfflngham for Clncti
nail, LouiaviUe, Indianapolia and points East,
12:25 p. m. Fast St. I.ouisj and
Arriving in St Louis 6:45 p. m.,aad connecting
for allpoluts West.
3:45 p. m. fast Express.
For 8t. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
10-15 p. m., and Chicago 7"A) a. m.
3:45 p.m. Cincinnati XCxprens.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a. m. ; Loufsvllh
a. m.; Indianapolis 4:i a. m. Pasisiigerk by
ujis iram reaca me aDove points XH lo at)
IIOL'KS in advance of any other routs.
GT'The 3:45 a. m. eznreas haa PHI. I. MAN
SOKKfiNO CAK from Cairo to Cincinnati, with
out changes, and through sleepers to St. Louis
Fast Time Kast.
caused by Sunday Intervening. The 8aturday after.
nrw.M t,.!n ... . ... '.( . J . . i . I. V .
..v. ti.iu Hum ..iju .iiibi in now tori, sionaav
i m. .j. mil-. i i i J
uuiuiuR bv i.oj. imriy-Bix uoursin advance ol
nv otner route,
13rfcVi thrmifrh tlfbAta tnrt fn.tV.. I.fnim..,.
apply at Illinois Central Kallroad Depot, Cairo.
T ft . n. LI Kl : . . . -
u. u. iiuiiuo, ncaei Agent.
A . II . HANSON. Gun . Pass. Agent. Chicago
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Trains depart. Traina arrive.
tMail a.m. I tMall. 4:C5 a.
Kxpress 3:45 v. m. I tExuress 11:4.1 a.
;3l Louis Ex li;'lo p. m. St Louis Ex 8:15 p.
I. c. R. k (southern Division)
...4:45 a. m
45 p.m. I tN.O
O. Ex ..ll:10a
K 4:80 p
BT. L. s I.
...9:30 a. m
M. R. R.
tExprers -.2:30 p,
tSt.L. Mall.. .8:30a.
tSt. L. Ex. ...b:00 p.
tSt. L. Kx...
Mail & Ei
W., 8T. L. s P. R. R.
....4:00a.m. I 'Mali A Ex...8.S0p
..4:00 p.m. I 'Accom 10:30 a
7:45 a.m. Freight 6:45 p
MOBILE OHIO R. R.
..5:55a.m. Mall t:10p
Daily except Sunday, t Daily.
DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Arrat I Dep'rt
I. C. R. R (through lock mall).
6 a. m.
1 1:D0 a. m
" (way mail)... 3.80 p.m.
" (Southern Div 4:30p.m.
Iron Mountain R. R 3:0op. m.
Wabash R. R......n 6 a. m.
Texas & HI. Louis R. R U noon
8t. Louis H Cairo K. R 4 p. m.
Ohio River 3 p. a.
Mies River arrives Wed., Hat. ii Mon.
" departs Wed , Fri. 4 Sun.
P O. gep del. opi n from 7:30 am to7:30 pa
P.O. box del. open from 8 a.m. to 9 p. a.
Bandars gen. del. open trom....8a. m. to 10a. m.
Sundays box del. open from. ...6 a. m. to 10:9 aa
tr-NOTE.-Changts will published froa
time to tlm in city papers. lange your cards as
cordlngly. WM. if. MURPHY. P. M
Mayor Thomas. W. Halliday.
Treasurer Charles F. Nellie.
Cleric Dennis. J, Foley.
Counselor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marabal Jamia S. Reardvn.
Attnrnev William Hendncka.
Police Magistrate A. Comings.
BOARD OP ALDXBMM
First Ward-Wm. McHale, Marry Walker 1
Second Ward- C. R. Woodward, C.N.Hugais
Third Ward John Wood, Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward Charles O. Patler, Samuel Orr,
fifth Ward Chas. Lancaster, Henry Stout.
Circuit Judge D. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk-A. H. Irvin.
Connty Judge J. II. Robinson.
County Clerk S. J. Humm.
County Attorney Angus Leek.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker.
Sheriff John Hodges.
Coroner R. Fitzgerald.
County Commissioners T. W. Hallldiy, J. H
Mulcaher and Peter tiaoo.
CHICAGO MEDICAL COLLEGE,
(Corner Prairie Avenue and 29th St., Chicago),
Medical Department ot
The Northwestern University.
N. 8. DAVIS, M. D.,LL. D.,Dean.
The Co leglate year will begin Sept. S3, 1684, and
clone March 24, 1885, The course of Instruction It
graded, Students being divided Into first, second
and third year classes. Qnslllicationa for admls.
slon are either a Degree of A. B.. a certificate of
reputable academy, or a preliminary examination.
The method of instruction is conspicuously prac
tical, and is applied In the Wards of the Mercy,
St. Luke's and Michael Reese Hospitals, dally at
the bedside of the sick. The Practitioners1 Course
will begin the day after the Annaal Commence
ment and Cunt'nue four weeks. Fees, In advance:
Matriculation, I.VOO; Lectures, $75.00; Demonstra.
tor, 5.00. Hospitals: Mercy, ffl.OO; 8t. Luke's,
tvoo. Laboratory, $5.00; Breakage, (5.0O. Final
Examination, f.in.oo, February 1st. Practitlonera
Course, $:l0.0O. For further Information, address
WALTER HAY, M. D LL. D., Secretary,
715-4 wd Hi State St., Chicago. 111.
State or Ilunois I Circuit Court of said
sa County. In Chan
ComTT or Alisanuih i eery
Otis A. OslMirn, Caroline E. Osborn, Adallne Poor,
Oeorgo A. Poor, Aim Ira Poor and Evan Poor,
John Wolf. Henry Wolf, Mrs Wolf wife ot Henry
Wolf, Fanny Shrlver, Jefferson Starker,
Louisa Allen, Anna Mary Jarrett,
and Eliza Fisher,
Bill in Chancery for Partition.
Public Notice Is hereby given that. In pursuance
of a decree made and entered by said court In the
above entitled cause, on the lHth day of Sept., A. D.
1884,1, Alexander II. Irvin, Master In Chancery f
tbe circuit court ot said county, will, on
THE fnd DAY OF OCTOBER, 1884,
at the hour of It o'clock in the forenoon, t Urn
southwesterly door of the court bouse, in the city or
Cairo, county of Alexander and state of Illinois, sell
at public auction, to the highest and best
bidder for cash, all and angular,
the following described premise and real ejtal
in said decree mentioned, situate in the First
addition to the cltv of Cairo, in tn eoun yof Alex,
antler and state of Illinois, or so much thereof as
shall be sufficient t. satisfy said decree, ttj-wit:
Lots numbered three 8) and fonr (4), in block Bm
bered forty-eight 148). ' , T
' Master l Chancery.
Uw. Fisbr, CQmptaJnuU Solicitor.