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DAILY AND VVEEiTJ.Y.
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FUKB OP rUDTAOK
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umir.uuu year y matt
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Weekly, ona i-ar
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tar-Club of five or more for Weekly Uullutlaat
one time, pot year, fl !K '
IXVAIIIAHI.T IN iUVANO.
All Communication ahould li" elfin-sand to
K. A. HI.' UN KIT,
Publisher mid Proprietor,
a preparation of protoxide ol Iron, Peruvian
lark tml tli plmtphatr, simm latrd with the
Yei-rtalila Aromatic. Kudom-d ,jr the Medical
Profession, nl recommended by llii'ln for D)
la. flnrnl Drhillly, rnnl !
-a.r. Want of Vitality, Ptrrvaua I'roa.
trutlnn, I Dnvnlrarrni-r Iroiu trier
and t'tironlr 4 hill ana Fever. 1 1 serve
tier J purpose where a Tunic l ni:ceuaiy.
Hmhctartj tj TL( Dr. llaricrjtdiciat IV. Si look .
Tli knowing I one of the very many teitlino
Blali wc are rccelvluN dallyi
OintUmtn:hnm tim e nwntln ago I began thi
tH of Da. II iiitkh'S TnNii;, upon the a4
vice of many friend. ho knew 111 virtue. I wal
iinerlng front griM-rel debility to such au extent
tliat Bijr labor waa exceedingly burdensome tome.
A yacallonof a month did nut (live me niu li re.
lief, hut on the conlrary, mil followed by in.
creased prostration and lntUy thill. At till
, tunc 1 began tlx uao uf join J HON Toxtf, from
wM'hl rt-stlied uliiiont liiimediule and wonderful
results. The old energy returned and 1 foiiml that
my natural force waa not permanently abated. 1
bare uted three holilea of the Tonic. Hiiceu.lng
It I have done twice the Uhor llint I ever did In the
aamttlniedirrlnjrmy Ulna , and wllh douhla th
eu. Willi Uia iraiMiull nerve ami vlioror body,
liu coma alto a eli-aniese of tlioioiht never before
enjoyed. If UieToNicj has nut doiio the work. I
Anuw not what. 1 give It lite credit.
Moat gratefully yours,
Troy, 0., Jan. I, 1878. Pastor Uirtailan Chorea,
'rSile ty Drugjliti and General Duiert EvtfywtMre
AND HI MORRH AC Eg.
praina, Tttir, SVatfrH, Bmlnea, Sore
ea, llhenmntlani, Holla, I lrer. Old
iSorrn, Tnotharlir, Itradarlie, hors
TJiront, Atilhnia, Uuarvncti,
Ac, Kf., Vr.
JTSTIf T. rrLTO"!, I. n.. UrooilTn, X. T.
TroTinii ltwlf to l-ee n'cfiir In our lioma "
V. A. UrNTKttVLLT, M. I).. Sahrillr. Tnn.
L're nxl larye tjuautitiea of l-OSb'H 1ZXTUACT
la my rrnetl'-e."
Mr. S. II, t'('0Rt, Matmn. Iloma of TVmitiito
fTjilJrea. "Vi'a flndUninat cfilrsciuua and
fHtlon.-P0KI)'8 rXTBACT U poi.! on'y In
, oolllra with the iinic blawu In (tin Kla).
Tt la una(e tJ tuo olhir arthica wllh onr
d:m.tloii. ' Iuit on barinir V0SV& IXTUM.1.
llctdie al! i'jjiiatlm.a and fcuixttituU'N,
$rm.vi, rnrruttiiosit ok ponb-j rs.
au.vT coMi.ixi ij rrn rnv. yrv.au
.'.M) Most dklicatk i khfljiu
Tmlrt Oram l.tw)
TollH Soap 3raif.-) f,i
...r,fir., SI.(H) and $1."
titarrh t'ure ',"
Inhaler ((ilvalc.) 1.(1(1
M Kyrinae J.'i
Mrdlratrd Vaptr... 2J
Tamily Kyriiijre $1 M).
OnVra ainouutiu to 5 wiTth Kent express free
rn rwaipt f money nr 1'. 0. orlrr.
ijrure, Ni:w l'viMii.rT wtTit HtrrorT or ot n
1'iarinATut. Bkxt I'MX ox ai'Mj-'atiom ij
POND'O EXTk ACT CO.,
14 W. l'.h Ct IJew Y j-k.
For aqnvterof a renlury or moro ITiit Mi-r'i
Slr.n...i It tti llH Ill-Mil till! tfl L'lll P !! I"IT III' fur
ii.I'L'. iiiloii. ilyapeiinln. Irvtr in d airiu-. n Ihm of
plivalcal atinilui.liviTfoaipliInt and oilier aioor
tier, and In lie'-n in oat cmphnlirailv in rerl by
' mi'diral mi.n aa a hea th aud a-rmiuth irrtoratlve.
It. con iirarta tiMirlcnrr Ui prcniii'itre decay, anil
luitii!iiand cotnfnrin (tui a'efl aaiiiiinrm.
K r a!c by ail Drufir'na nl tl-ler u'nvliy
I3THE ONLY MEDICINE
n KITIIKU I.iql lD OU PUT FOttJI
That Actaal taaamllaie an
TBI LI7IH, TSS BQWSLS,
IUD US SIDNEYS.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
p4c'nitl tv4 allow Ihm grmt crgnm tv
ll.f Skm.I lu Ik l.!.ui.lJ
nMIIWTffll'l I'lirv1"" "" .... vwn, -j
I ' i i Ulill . Ak3"rRW'
IfwiLL SURELY CURB
N LIVER COMPLAINTS,
rll.r.M,' leMHTIPATtON. I:uiJIm
9URASP.N, rKMAI.K WEAKNMHE,
, ANiir.Kvoi;t inounr.it,
hy tabuing f if aetloit qf then unjnnt ami
mtortnj tMrinr f ttr r !.
M'hy aulTnr rillloiu pnlna ami arlml
tri.nriiiiiiiteil irllh rile. Conn! Inn trnnt
4 Why frlRlituned oyer dlanrdernl Klilnryat
Hhynilrneryon orairK iirauacnnii
Vh KI!INEY.VOttT(in r'M-t In hmtlfi.
i. .... .... it. Umm Vt,illA FMrm. In tin
ean one Parana of "h'' 1,1 ,l,;nrt' of
madlrln. !" in wuuia rwm if ' ""
tratta, for thotu that cannot faillly pnwir tt.
t rit Wt" Ith ttlitl enii'lanry III ell her I JITU.
airr it of yoimi Dituatiwr. ritics, fi.oo
1KI.LB. BICIlAUDN(Kf A (!o.,!'rop'l,
W. lend the dry PiHld. rKUMmm, W.
Chemicals for flo-UEehoM Use,
It ft miriirWii'', coiisiiliTlns lnw nmnv
ja'oim-ri liiivu liitcii in-ilnictinl in HicmH
ry Ji (iml liow f('v litiiHi'ki'i'iM'M iniik
liny 110 uf rlit'iiiiftilx in nuy liotiscluilil
i tissi'd. hsiu'cirillv h this Hits ciise In
flttnnsin jiroffsscM, 'I'Ik tviisliing of
clonics H inroniplisliiMl by I'ultliin tlimn
on it board, without nny ollmrilftcrL't'iit
than rump. Tliii rubbing of tin; i-lollics
wciirs I In-ill out fur tuor thi'ii use, niul
if lionxi'lvcciMTS but! km-w, or If knowing
woiiui take mlvHiiliigi) ol tlui fact that
many wiisliinir coiiiiiounils will almost
I'lilircly eli'iuwe t-lollii's whicli are Ronk
cl in l linn over ui'ht, ami tjius nlmost
ciitirclv do awav with thti labor nml
tvt'tir of the wishbonri!, wash-day mi'lit
bo robbed of half ils terrors. Some re
cipes for wnnliiiir Ibiids, 1 tic priiieijial
ingredients hi wlm-h are hoi I a, asli, ain
nionia nml lime, call be Jntifld in nearly
every household recine book, and they
are very cheap nml harmless, Miclt
compounds arc useful and convenient
for cleansing, painls and carpets in a
bouse; nNo in .washing tli-hes ami 8e-
curing that desideratum of housekeep
er, clean di-di-cloths. Ammonia is a
simple, ebenp ' and lianulesi chemical.
and should be ooligiit by the quart ami
kept in everv family. . A few drops ad
ded to water will cleanse children n hair
arid make it soft and sweet; it is aa ad
mirable disinfectant In remove the odor
of pcrpiratiii: it will remove grease
spots from clothing, and often restore
color to stains, lis common anil ire-
ouent use cannot ie luoircipicnuy nrgeu.
1sora is another chemical that should
find common use in everv family. For
cleansing teilh and sweetening the
breath a few grains of the powder is un
excelled. It also softens and whitens
Salicvlic acid is ft perfectly odorless
and harmless yet powerful disinfectant,
and for disinfecting uses is invaluable.
It is very cheap ami convenient in form.
Jn these ilays, when to May various
forms of disease is so important, moth
ers and housekeepers would do well to
give studv and thought to these things.
jiud try to make their knowledge of
science practical. It it very encourag
ing to note bow ninny women aro at
present turning their attention to stud
ics in general and applied 'oienee. Let
us hare its bctielils applied in the Iioiimj-
m g .
A Kouraing Stranger.
Sometimes one of thchi f mourners
at a funeral Mnav be found in a batsk
is'w, s I have often heard said. The
other iltv, at the funeral .services of a
man who in life was rich, well known.
and moved in high social circles-, niv nt
teiitioti was attracted to a woman who
r-at aliiiie in the la-t pew. The auditi
riain of the church was crowded witli a
congregation representative of wealth
and fashion -tlie church itself being one
of the most fashionable in the city. The
stranger was of the blonde typo of
beauty, but her native charms (a natur
ally fair, soft .skin and classical fe:v
lures), were somewhat marred by too
free a ti-cof the rouge-pot and powder-
I'li.l, and one eo'ild -ee that a pencil haa
been at work on her eyelashes. Her
plump figure was a!! in d in a well-lit-ting
jiliish dress and sealskin sack, and
from, a small feather bonnet st raved
locks and ringlets of shining hair. Wlien
the colli n was borne slowly up the aisle,
followed by the pall-bearers, some of
whom uerj'incii f di.-tinctton. and tbo
bereaved wife sobbing on the arm of nit
escort, she watched the procession with
pecn'iitr interest. As the r ice for the
dead was liuinir read sjic lost iier sell'
rout ml, and frcijiienlly passed deii-
ciitelv-cmhroiilereil handkercluei to lier
eyes, which 'aimlle lu her glory wouh
liave Seen proud to have ims-osscd.
'Do ton N't the mourner in the back
seat?" asked a man turning to inc.
'Ye: who Is she?"
'A short time "ago thai woman was
introduced to me as his .wife."
The dead man's wife?"
Yes; under circumstances that lc
me to bcIJi-ve It.
At the conclusion of I'ue services tbo
mourning stranger hurried , out of tlm
cluircli wth b ars clingipg to her eye
lasliei. .t iv tun n:ir.
Profound thought by a middle-aged
man,: iiiine me m man lucre arc two
critical periods. . The first is toward Jiis
"otii tear, when lie anxiously inspects
his upper lip to see if the hair is coining
out. And the second is toward lus-loth.
when he as anxiously inspects tho top
of his head to sec if his hair is coming
. . ma Km
A Car-Building State,
liut few persons are aware that Indi
nna is the leading slate for ear-buihling,
and has the largest car manul.U'lorv in
the world. Yet such tire the facts. The
Ohio Falls car-works, at which both
passenger and freight equipments are
built, employ more men than docs the
nuich-talked-of rullmantar company.
There are now in this state eight expen
sive manufactories, at which cars are
built, nnd attached to four of them are
foundries, which east the wheels nnd All
other cast-iron material used, in their
construction. These works civo em
ployment to 5.0'jO men, according to tho
January imv-rotis, inc unio tans car-
works leading; giving employment to '2,
1G0 men. Next comes tho Jlarkell &
llarker Car-works, Michigan City, which
have more capital "invested in their
works than the Ohio r alls rar company,
but gives employment to a less number
of men. l ho ncu largest works are lo
cated At Terre Haute; fourth, at Cam
bridge City.; fifth, at Indianapolis; sixth;
.a . ttll I .1 rl I .1
at Lafayette; Hcventii.ai j.iKnan;eignin
at Laporte. It may be said that I'enn
svlvanin builds more cars than does In
(fianii, but to support this .statement it
w ould be necessary to include car-works
which nro owned largely and operate
chiefly by tho Erie and Pennsylvania
ltnilroail companies, but no liuh'peiidenl
enterprises like the car estalilisliincnUof
Indiana. inuuniajwia jvunnu,
al. i. la mi ti
There had been a sreinlng coolness lie.
twern tlio lovers. Om? day-. Emily,
schoolmate ventured to refer to the sub.
ject mid asked her: "When did; you" nee
Charley last?" "Two week ago to.
night.' "What was iio doing?" "Try
ing lo get over tho fence." "Did he np
near to ho much agitated?'' "So great.
iv," returned Emily, "that It took all the
Vt'rength of papa's new bull-dog to bold
linn." : '
Tho French (Jovornmont lius reiptcst-
ed the railways to reduce, the passenger
fares fifty jcr cent., 'nud freilils twenty
EKt'tipod fror.i tlio ToIIh.
John rticon. Lsnorte. Ind. writes:
"Hui rub for Snrincr lilobtH'in: il'a all vou
icuouioii nded it to bo. My dygpepbla has
..ii .,,...!. I... .1 vi... ,!....
mi Titumncjii, tt ujr nun j wu iiuvuriino i
What allowance will you miiko if I take a
dozen bottles, ho that I could oblige my
friends occusionallv?" Trico 1.U0. trial
bottles 10 cents. Paul G. Bchuh, Agent.
A Baptist Minister's Experience.
I am a Ituntirit minister, and before I
even thought of bi intf a clergyman, I Krad-
tiutcd lu medicine, but lelt a lucrative prac
tice for my present profession, 40year ago.
wag tor many years a aurlercr Horn quinsy;
Thomas' Kdectric Oil curod me." I waa
hImo troubled with boarseiicss, and Thomas1
Eclectric Oil always relieved me. 51 y wife
and child hud diphtheria, and "Thomas'
Ecluctric Oil cured thein," and if taken in
time it will cure seven timcsout of ten. I am
confident it is a cure for the most obstiuate
cold or cough, and it' any one will tako a
hiunll teaspoon and half till it with the Oil,
and then place the end of the spoon in one
nobtril and draw the Oil out of the spoon
into the head bysuilliug as hard as they
can, until the Oil falls over into tho throat,
and practice that twice a week, I don't cure
low offensive their head may be, it will
clean it out and cure their catarrh. For
deafness and earache ithasdono wouders-to
tnv certain knowledge. It is the only
medicine "dubbed patent medicine that I
have ever felt like recommending, and I am
very anxious to see it in every pluce, for I
tell you that I would not lie without it in my
house for nuy consideration. 1 am now
suffering with a pain like rheumatism in
my right limb, and nothing relieves mo like
Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
Dr. E. F. Ciiane, Cony, Tt.
Taul 0. Schuh, Agent.
Tlmr Imrkin" r.OUL'll can bo BO (Itlicklv
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it
I'aul U. fccliun. Aent. , i
On Th rty Day's Trial.
We will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Elec
tro-Voltaic lJelts and other Elecfric Appli
ances on trial for 30 days to. young men
and other persons afflicted with Nervous
Debility. Lost Vitality, etc., tuaranteeine
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also lor iineuram-
tism. iHeuralina, rnralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Kunture, and many other
diseases. Illustarted pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Belt.Co.. Marshall, Mich.
Will tou slfper with Dyspepsia and
Liver Comtdaint? Shiloh's Vitalizcrs
gunrantdhl to cure you. Paul 0. Schuh,
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unetpialed. Color
rom 2 to o poutios. uirecuons in .iiutu
and German. Price 15 cents.
Ri.kkpless mohts made miserable by
that teirible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 3
A Short Road to Health.
To all who are suffering from Wi's,
ulcers, scrofula carbuncles, or other ob
slinate diseases of the blood and skin, a
course of Uurdock Bawd Hitter will be
found tube a short mud to health. Price
$1.00. Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
CaTAUuh ct UEn, health and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Kerned. Price
2"i cent. Nuta Iuv.-ctor tree, laui u
Schuh, Agent. , 4
IlKADAcnir is elTeftuiilly cured by
WltICIIT'8 IXD.AN VKGKTAIII.K i'lMJ, wlli.lh
cleauso the bowels aud purify the blood. (1)
Bokden, Sem.kck & Co., St. Louis, rcl
the Inst nnd cheapest Car Starter made
With it one man can move a freight car. (1)
f on lame beck, side or chest, use Shiloh'i
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. Paul G
Schuh, Agent. 5
Allen's Grain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and nil weakness
of generative organs, fl. 5 for $ . All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., . 1. Bold in
Cairo by Uarclay Bros.
Smi.on'8 Cuuon and Consumption Cure
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 0
Dk'KUVINO AllTICTKB AltE ALWAYS AP
rn tciATKi). The exceptional cleanliness of
Parker's Ilsir Balsam makes it popular,
Gray hairs ere impossible with its occas'on
QirrT ita Vr,r a t T9jru la what vmi npoil fi,r
U in mi w . I ....... j
Constipation, Um of Appetite, Dizziness
and an symptoms oi uyspepsia. rrico to
and 75 cents per buttle. Paul G. Schuh,
It is the IIkioiit op Foi.i.r to wait un
til you are in bed wilh disease you may
get over for months, when you can lie
cured duriiiL' the earlv svniDtoms bv Park
er's Ginger Tunic. We have known the
sickest funi 1 1 ics made the healthiest bv a
timely use of this pure medicine. -6b
CnoiT, Witooi'tNO Couoh and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Slnlohs Cure,
Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 0
A Contrli. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. jNcglcct frequent! re
suits in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflani
ed Darts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches havo been
recommended by physicians, and always.
give perfect satisfaction. Having boon
tested by wido and constant use for nearly
an entire, generation, they liave attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of tho age. Sold at 25 conts a
TART LING .
int MANHOOD RESTORED.
A vhitlin of youthful lmprtidencn earning- Prema
ture Doiev, Kervoua lHbfllty, Loet slauhuel,
bavin tried lu tain every known winoUy, bai dis
covered a simple aell cure, which ho will f .'"
to hl Mlcw.miOrrera, mlilrva J, II. MIX' l-i
Indian Blood Syrup.
DvsprpMii, Liver Dig-fKKT-a.
Heart blsrsar, rlllloita.
iieaa, Mr rvuui Debility
TnE HEHT REMEDY KNOWN TO MAX I
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
Vhta PvrtlD noeaeeeea varied nronvrtlea' It atlm.
ulatea the plj aline In the aallva, which convert
ilm March and uiar of the food Into Klacoaa. A
rlenry in otyaliu canine wind and aourinc ol
the food In the atomach. If l he medicine iunt
Immtdlately after eatmu, the fermentation ot fod
It arts upon the Liver.) (
It arts upon the KMneyi,
It Rfgulates the Bowels,
It rurlnri the Blood,
It Quiet the Xervoun RriUm. j
It Promote Dlirestloo,
It Nourishes, Strenetheni and Invigorates,
It Carries off the Old Blood and makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skin and Inducts
It nentraPie the hereditary taint, or notion In
the Mood, whlrh irrneratei Scrofula, Kryalpelaa,
and all manner of tkln Dleei and Internal h,u-
Ihure are no apirltt employed In It mannfactnre
and It tan he taken by the moet delicate babe, or by
the aged aud feeble, care only being required In at
tvntl.D to direct. one.
Gam, Usury County, 111a.
I wa anfferlns from Sick Headache and Diiil-
oi-is so that 1 could not attend lomy houeeholddu
Ilea, and a abort trial of Dr. Clirk Johneon'a Icdl
an JJlood Syrup effectually cured me.
MKS llblB.. fiLill.-iB.
, Waterman Station, DeKalh Co., Ills.
Tbl I to certify that Dr Clark Johnaop' Indian
Blood Svrnn ha cured me of 1'aln in the Rack. It
la a yalnable medicine. W Hi W OOD.
Centre nil), While Co., Ark.
Thll torcrllfylhat I tvai afflicted with Palpi
tation of the Heart fur many yearn I tried differ
ent doctor. whoc prescript tun tended more to
weaken mo lliun tney am 10 i-trcnj;inrn. I a, laet
ri-a Iverl to try Dr. ( lark Johnaon'a Indian Blood
Syiup, which proved to be a potltive care not on
ly curinir the iVart Diae, lint alto a bick Head'
ach which bad been Irouhllnir me.
MUM HART A. NK AL.
I wat affllcled with Liver Complaint and Dyipcp
la and fulled to set relief, althoouh u!uu odl
cim-a from our N-t doctor 1 commenced u-dng
Dr. JohneoD a Indian lllood Srrtip, and a abort trial
cured me. T. W. RISING. Molinc, 111.
Ttil rerttfle that Dr. Clark Johnon' Indian
Hlood Symp h i i'ITt.'Clually curtil me of UynpeUfla
Too much cannot t raid lu pralan o It.
W. K. WIMMtK, Dudloid, Mo.
Aeenls wanted for ihe sale of the Indian Blood
Symp in every town or village, In which 1 have no
agent, rarucumra given ou application.
DHUOUISTS SELL IT.
Ubratory 7? Wet Sd at., ft. T.
JAX PURCDASEU S NOTICE.
To thvi helra of tho eatate of P. Vlct-tr, dee.eaa
ed. or any other rrron or peraon inti reaied:
You are hereby noil Hod thnt at a axle of real ea
tate In the county of Alexander and atule of lilt
noi. held by (be county collector of 'aid county,
al the Mirhweterly dior of the court bouse In the
city of Cairo, In .aid county and Htr, on (hit lHln
day of Aunti-t. A. 1). ISSO, Charlea (luliifhur. the
nuderalirned. purclied Ihe followlnn described
real estate sltnated In t be county of Alexander anri
lato of UIIiioIh, for the taxes Dnu and unpaid
thereon for the year A. IT. lsT5. 1S7S 1S77, 1HTS and
ISTfl, together with peualtle anil cost-; said real
elale beltiir taxed u the name of K. P. Virlot'
estate, to-li: The euat half of the somhwost
quarter ol section nnnilM-r one il). townahip fnnr
Jeen (II), south rang two (2) west. The time al
lowed by law for the redemption of a d real estate
will expire on the liltli dar of Aui-ust, A. I) IsStl.
C'HAKLKS OALKHIKIt. Pnrrhaier.
Cairo. Ills .April till). A. I). m.
rAX Pt'RCIIASER'8 S0TIC2.
To each and every of the peraona hereinafter
named and to auy aud all other pereona Inter
Yon are hereby noltfl.-d lhat at a aale of real ea
tate In the county of Alcxamleranil stato of Illinois
held al the southwesterly diMr of the court honsti
luthecltvof Cairo, In .aid county and tnt by
the county collector of said county, on the 83rd day
of Anguf, A. D. ISfS), the nnderlened became th
purchasers ol ine iiiiinw-ing uescrinea real estate
sltiiati d In said county aud state, for the taxc due
nnd unpa d (hereon for the year or yeara aa below
et forth, toeetlier with penalties and coats due
thuruon; ra'd real estate being taxed in the name
or name respectiv lyof tho pgraona hereinafter
mentioned, to-wlt :
. i t
Torwhat Part of Jt
year section fl
lrS 1S79 nnd. S
n w of u
w fr'i I IS S.
1K77, 1H7S A
e'i 10 10 -J.
ISJt U IH t.
I7S fc ItrrO the and
I 1S79 n w t4 of
w !fj 14 .
wK !l II II
1877, 1S7I A
1K70 n e of
I aw4 S I 8.
In who name
1. II. Wright
Geo. II. Marah
A. n Irrln
And that the time allowed by law for the redemp
tion of said premlaei will expire on the lilrd day of
Anguit, A. D. leS3. K. CVLI.XY
C. A. XAKC1IILDOX
Cairo, Mi., April Hth,lSS4. 1'urcbaiers
1'hn new, thrllllna and anthentln hlatory of tho
lives nhd wonderful adventures of America' groat
Tho YOUNGRK JOTnEHS,
FIt.VNK and JESSE JAMES,
And tlinlr bands of highwayman, dnwu to thu pre,
eiittnomeiit, Inrlnd'hg death of Jve June s and
al) Hiu late startling and thrilling deviloinnout.
Kll'y Illustrations and portrHlts. among which are
leM Janio after he win shot, and W Ann enloriid
Plates. Iulurvluwa and luliiir from Oole Younuur.
tho breaking np of the hand and revelation of
Turning secrets. Tu jsinck f lag, ma loironu
"HiackOs'li," and hundred of otliratoiilhtng
fin ts, Miwt wnnderfiil and exciting hook In exig
ence! Outsells everthlngl New and greatly en
larged cdilloui new Illustration i.MPue. price
11 ft 1. A gun la' CaiiTSMiiigOutflt tec. Illutrated
Circulare and full particular fro. Agynt , dun t
loro thl grand oeimrliiiiltvt Addre UlaTOKI
t'AL PUDLISUISU CO., ttiN.4iast. bt. Loals,
Mo, , . :
Over 2,000,000 Bottles Consumed Annually.
ilda.aoreihroat, broarhllU, asthma, poruwaala.con.umpilon and all i
.hJ-?nJf?i.',3"i,..l!oV ,hro wovliUU,ssHhpi
- ' " -v it u luur.
Balsam of Tolu
hm i, t... ...... k. . .j.... , all dleeof iho ihroal, t het and tun-',
m. - . i." r.u.en 'i? dvtBcrt,1'ri eomponnded a tti Hie celohraled Tola, Keek and live. In ad
Trr.V.l,JLVS,AnRT B IWTTLF8 FOE FAMILY USE, PRICE Sl-OOT-j
I lATTTIflNl D') nit he d.rotved hy dealer who try to palm off npon you Hock and live la
.k i k,V7. . JP'aeaofoiirTolu, Borg and Hye, which Is the onlv medicaicd article made
the genuine haa a private die proprietary alampnn each bottle. -
The TOLU, KoCK and BYE CO , iToprietors, 41 Biver street. Chicago, TU.
JH6HA! Monthly, t'riff 03.OO ;sr
No. 1 (New Series) Contains
Cottage hv the Kiver Snng &Cho Diilfiisa, 40
Over the Sea Sonir ft t'ho I.M. North. 10
Ollin.hThre.My llabv ...Uicharda. o
Ye I.itte llirds 'Quartet ; fimart. io
The Lover t-'arewell Quartet V. I). 10
Hright Kves Walrx I'arwell. je
Queen of Heart (iavotte Bielefeld. 36
Heel and Toe (alop four I land. Bender.' ,15
New Year.' fireelir.g Polk Kismhorn. jo
Ton Steuben'a rand March Dretsler. 40
A Trial Trip Noj. 1 and mailed post-paid, n receipt of 75 cts., or four month for fi.00.
Addr: j. l. PETERS, 307 North Fifth Street, St. Louie. Agency for Cuai.
i'ianos, Hay Stati Ok o an a, Uitson's Edition Aa. Send for our Illustrated Price Li.it
27 Stops, 10 Sett Reeds. $90
WttrS llF.rnroVEN Amacnntatna mnniji
Boktcn TonOMi Rrwd.ST STOPsu Walnut nr rhmilwi
Cm, 60r-vM,X,Hl foot riatM.l'nnirht llellnwn, Kttvl
prliin, UiupHundekt'orket for MukIc, lUmllr wd
Holler for loovliiWWueiittT'. PMrnt Stun Artlon, a
Oenuivl mrreaalng. ITT Iweuryv"orkin P.W and
by m MSun- KlrrtrlcXhrhta at HIUHT to nil onler
TCPrlrr, IWieA, envered abMr4 CAA
a3' laralwre.Mo.1, Hmk. icwly t)9ll
fftrtfr nj ,', vr, r r frf H'iftfwf f, m Orynn mJ nff
i a nMsbanriU inlmit, nnthlng Can 1 f.lrer
('we aarianln the (MtraMrnl. Lenra N. Y. t'lly,
IiarHay or ChrlrtoiibrrKt. Kerrhw, . nr. or I p. ni.
'.fare, raennimi only tiH liveWaliiiiirf,niiflor
(aip. in. arrlin tnh. V. utS:ivirn. ni. MinSbyifor
route. frmn Chl--iro. Itlchaioml. I'hihi.. IlnMonAe., sra
"jk-MiysMriirumn liiutr(in-uiiir,")(Sallownl loiwy
i-iirnn-a Kymilmri i-mneanyKiy, you an. wi-kwiHi.
I'w 4'Mek wttkBflllit- ullrmlualanieetaall tralna,
OtlierOnnnatw, ..' ii. l inoffrtn tlA, to aitnu,
-MuilMiriii.trailljilwN ra, AJdrv. or call upon
Uil- ATXT, WaablDgtoo, Few Joratf
WORTH LENDING FOR.
l)r J. II. SCUKNCK, of Philadelphia, ha Just pub
hahed a book ou "Dlse ise af the lung ami how
they ran be cured," which I offered free, postpaid
to ail applicant. 1,1 contain valuable information
for ull who suppose Ihi in-elves affllclnd wllh, or
liable to. auy diseases ol the ill -oat or lung. Ad
drej UU. J. II. SCUKNCK A bON, StlO Arch
troct,I'hllailelphl. P. O. Box
TJ TR IMPKOVED ROOT BEER. a.',C
SlJUiO psckago make 5gllnof deli
clou, mholtfoiuu. sparkling temperance bey
erase. Ask yonr druggist, or sent by mail for -i'Mj.
C. E. HIRES, IS . Dela. Ave., Phtlada.
JL iaiaw. A aa anfcrul M
ical Wak.anaau1 Um eaat and
eheapMt, indiapaaaabl U wtmrf
man.aatitlad "uaSoMaeaaf Ul.
mf-PraarryaiiuB j" bonnd in
fnmi Praneh Biaalia.etnbiiMd.
Mm aKiaviiiM, Mt pnaenp.
Itena, price ralf SI X aaal by
eaad anw, Addras PaabndyMad.
rvnw TtTT!PTP t,i wttTu d. w. h. par.
KIIU N 4 BulSnch.t. Boatoa.
Having1 a large stock or instruments
on hand, anil being about to place sonic
new styles upon the market, we pro
potio to offer the balance of oar present
stock of low-priced. Organs at a consid
erable reduction F0S CASH until
Dealers about pnrchaiinr for Spring:
Trade will do well to write us for
GEO. "WOODS & CO.
fi'JftPer week caa.be mada la any locality.
VUVsomethlng entirely lew forsgont. ft ontflt
fre. U. W. 1N0KAHAM CO., Boaton, Maf
Cinfcr, Duchia, Jdaa-oral-e,
many of th betl mcdi
clne known are com
bined in Parkera Ctnjtr
aonic, iiiio a metiicinc
of tuch varied power, a
to nult It the RTeateit
itiond runner and tha
It eurea Rheumalitnt,
Blecplessncsi, & disoaes
oi ma Mnniacn, uowcit,
Luntr. Liver ft Kidntv.
Bitten, tiinger Eaaencea
and wW Tooiee. a h
never in toxica tea, Hiacox
n.. N m fal t MwlnM t k.
wiaiani wiar t my tmir.
& Co., Chemists N. Y,
Aja.tAi.Mim itaw. I,
a a 1 '.'. wr' a a -
pnaruipaato. cotMsmptlon and all dl.eaie. oftk
Ila alway bran ono of lh mo-t Important .
weapon' wicirtc.il by thu medlcul larulty
aealiit the encroai-baieiit of Coubi, ColileJ
lironchltl, Anllima. .Sore Throat. Cunciimp
Hon In It li.clnlcni and advam ed MiKm.niil
nm fat-paid. SinylH X01. CO cti.
I'd he a Biitterlty Snnflr . Richards. jj
Oh. (lentle Bird -Tenor Sonir . .. Bennett
The Hw.tic Leave Duet Williams.
The C'h:iprl Kern, or mix. voice&.Kreutzur.
Three Kl.hen Quartet Mullah.
Sparkling Beauty Walta , Burker.
Picture Canls .Bluette l!ehrem.
Rorcarcln March Four Hand .. Dressier,
Chimin- Belli Polka.. RaphaeUon,
OF ST. tbt 13, MO. .
Which were totally dcetrnved by Ire oa May
and September 21, lbal,
Order are solicited for
Strictly Pure White Lead and Red Lead,
Cold-Pressed arid lure Dnik Castor
Oil, Raw and Double Roiled
J UCixlJ ill rill phy In f.w month, and b
certain of a aituatlon, address Valentino Brother,
Janeiville, U la,
A DVKRTlSErtS 1 semi for oiir elet 1 1st of l.ni
"cal Newspaper. Guh. 1'. KoWt-ll k Co , 16
prut street, N. I.
itulbert Bros. Vliole.saIe Pri o List.
Piano, 7 oct., scpiar, rosewood, carved,
agraffe $159 M
7 Piano, upr. Vi Oct., cabinet era d 171 oW
13 Organ, 4 sets roeds, 9 ifop A grand organ 59 00
OS " 8 set reedJ, 1.1 stop, on pier, aith-b tss 7:1 0?
Our Piano and Organs wnrr kilted flrat-cla,
Violin outfit, box bow, string, complete.... SOS
5 " Cremona model, mtr fine SOW
4 Accordeon, Skeys, bass hot, fltietone 1 Cfli
6 " Id ' 1 op, 2 el rued, perfects 00 .
7 Mouth Organs, Vienna caneerl, it hole W
9 " Guniilni-Kkh er. 10 holes, U. S. U
11 " " concert double S4 hole " 109
11 Clarionet, genuine .Martin, t keys, boxwood 8 00
17 Fife, in ebony, (iirman ellver fei-n'e. KJ-
1 Muelc box, I time, crsnk, fine ' 1 11
19 " 8 tanowiud wllh lever, large 2S 03
50 Violoncello, patent, marhlne head, good.. 10 00
51 Double Ba, patent bend, 3 or 4 atrlng.. tide
24 liuttar, maple, machine head, fine flul h.. 4 00
27 Banjo, ID Inch, 4 bra-, brai kete J oa'
iS Cornet, bras cornpoeon stylo case Acrook 9
8jn Drum, bras, Frusslnn, Ornamented
Gold violin, guitar and banjo strings 'H. Broi.' .l
Silver " " j
Steel " " " j,
Out. Hosslsn, German or Italian, best quality 19
Instruction Book- Howe' nr Winner, any
Having just made a good trade for 100 Singer'
Hewing Machines, will aell them for $25 each while
Money (a quite safe la eommon letter If plainly
Term strict1 cash with order. Will tak
Agent aad dealer vend for our '0 page Catalogue
On above nut wholesale palcet agents can wake
100 pi r cent profit.
Call oa ua when yon com to St. Louts .
Reference: Any bank or wholmlo boar In
Uulbert llrot. 1 the only General Wboleaalo '
Made House In St. Lout.
024 Olive Street, Saint Lonl, Mo.
state of Illinois, ) In the Alexander Conn.
V. ty. Circuit eonrt, Is ay
Alexander eoanty. ) ferm A. Ol 1HS4.
Al lander Ooldmltb, Ike W. Rlaw and Charlea
Seheuer, first of Qoldmlth,Ialaw A Co.-vTlalnt '
Strans A Co. t)efndanl.
Notlea I hereby ivn that a anlt by attarbtnaak :
ha ben commenced Itt ald caiirt in favor of tha"
ahova named plaintiff, against the eatat f said
defendant for the uni oi three hundred and nine-'
ty-ive dollar, iiow. themfora. anl.s old da-'
fendant (hall appear on thu rt nay of the next '
term of .aid eonrt. to bo holden at the onrt honao .
In Cairo, on tha 8th day of May, A . D. li-tej and '
give bail and pleaa a required by law, Jiidura.nl
will be entered against ihetn and thetato ao U'
taehodaold. ALEX. I. 1 R VI N, Clerk. . -
Cairo, Illinois, March t. 1882. .
UnxsH A OttssaT, Plaintiffs Attorney. -
Crtrctsnit Orrrcfc, 1' ,
Caiao. 111.. Mir. 17th, 1N1. f
Public notice le bumbv 1ven that tfnTsesday th'
18th day of April A. D 1SSS, general eleatloa will
he hele in the cltv of Cairo, county of Alexander,
etataaf Illlnnla, for the elee'loa of op aldurtnin
rnrtbaragaiartarni oftwayearslcottMchof th
five w d of thi city.
for tho puriiiMu of said electlotr" poles will ha
opened at tho following named places, via:
la the Klrnt ward at the pollco headquarter In'
rear ot Mr. Kosa Wbtte't building corner of Sixth'
Struct and Ohio levee. , .
. In th Second ward at tho ongiue house of tha
Rough and Heady flrecomiiary.
In tho Third wa d at the engine hotis of tho
Uloornlan tlra company.
in the Fourth ward, at tha Court llnuso
nd In the fifth ward, at the org! no house of the
Anchor firo company.
. Bald election will be open al eight o'clock In tb
moruing, and contlnno open until cvcu o'clock i
theaftercooo of tume day, .
ot i.untimiii et. n
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