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fcHK DAILY OAIliO ROKTIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, isW.
iipcino Poi'otts Plaster!
(in the orillnury unf
A SoothlnK, lii'BllnK,
iV nnnj,t IihtiImii and
jmlii'l(l!liii(:(i'iil In, ouu.
Th mnnufucturer received tin hl'hest mil only
award jiven to I'nroil I'liiMcr at thu Ci'tiU'iiuiuli
we warrant iienon c npclne riastcr m in- upc
ii.t to all oilier Porous l'lter mid lu nil liiilmciit,
ASK THOSE WHO KNOW
Aik anv iihv.trlnn If neninn'a fanrlnn Porous
I'iMtvr Is not "the. best nln-t r in the world. Thin
remarkable urllrle wa liivcutcd tu overcome thu
in objection ulwuy fm: ml to tbc i.riMnnry poroun
Iwler of ilow uctiou Id brlnu'luif tr!U-f.
LAM K BACK.
V'f lame iinil weak hk, rheumatism, trouble of
n it-lne und kidney, It l a truly wonderful rcmu
l I'hvsleiaiis everywhere recoi;ri.e Its ureal u-
itllority to oilier porou plaster and to all 1 1 tit -.ul.
' l rellev. pain at mifi! ami euro oukkor
il.uu any kuown i'-r. liniment or compound.
P TTTW IV TIIKItKnrcdan'.!cround
JJ.J I l , worthier Imitation of
KiMon's CnM iii. Ila-t.-r In the inurki I. The ifeu
uiLO ban- lie- word "Caprine" rut through each
wi'-r. Mitil !iv nil uniKL'i'l. Price Va cent.
THE ONLY ''.- CENT
ac;ui; 1 mom loi )V
IX TJ1 E WORLD,
A sate and reliable substi
.utefur Quinine. The pvat
usteless medicine lor all di-
i l i r i l
seises caused m Mimvm
Ioisoiiinir. beni": a preventa
tive as well as a certain nine
Dumb Airne, Affile Cake, Ke-
inittent. Intermittent Fevers,
Kidney Complaint. Dyspepsia
ind (iencral Pebilitvtlieix'st
general tonic for debilitated
vsteins. nice 2) cents her
m,x. Family boxesSl.OO. Sold
by Dniffffists. Mailed on re-
eijit ot price.
;l N A Mi K A Co . r, Wnnvrru Sthi.it. New
Vcax. Tea i iiiil i ji'innklonr book mailed lie-on
soiu ni paui i. n x inos.. r.v i l r. si 111.11.
r'i(ri;it, Cairo ii!.
pilK (JHi:.VT KNCLISII liEMEDV !
;itY'S sl'KCinc MFil( 1K
U ortociallr ncum TRADE MURK.
rrllADE mjh. mended a an un
failing nr for
dtxaiie that fol
low a a -Ueiiie
on efbii-; r
I.i of .Meiiiorv.
ml man? tli-r d I thnt l'd lo Innt)itv, uu
.1.... 1 . . .. ll u l.i-k m
ruta r firt rariM-fl hv flpvtnttni? from ""b ol
tt.orr mnn it iiiou. . i in- rM-i iu- mi nn mv
Ui n-tiU of lilt- tud ni'l many jnm cif t-x
VhII narlii'iituM In inr tin in tih It-la. h lfh we (!
1 (13 rJ' ' t .'II' IIIO IF t-lF!I III Bll lllll.K' ,r
fl p'r pickajrr, or prkf forfS. or will h
m:.. ty mll uu rrreipt of tur muntv by ttddr'-finif
r. m . tl...ll..u U ...1,1 V, all ni.fi.ia of
iiirv 1 1 ii j i y r i ' m i r.
Nn. IA M(tianlr'n Work. Dmh-ut. Mu n
IfTSoM la Cairo, 111., Ny u. hriitu, and
y UruiiNir rTerjfwurrr.
ioplUl, 1H7 Kant Wahlnstnn lr.ei, Chieajn. for
i he cure of all phial, chronic and jfelal nleir.
KMINAL IIUUH, NaKVlIt tiKHII.ITT and UlT
iNMonn. permanently cured lir . I a enwliiHti
rthn Ueforin Mthnui, andiix no nierrurv; ha tin
arire.t nraclli lu the I'iiIIihI State. I.AIilt: re-
birlnz treatment, with home and hoard, call or
ri:. Kiery riinvriileni-e for patient , heml fifty
"fill lor JIAIUIIAWIli tl ,u l'4' lliuruiil-
d. Married lailin and uentluiucn . nd f.flv cent
'or ample of ruhb.'r (.! and circular of Iniport
nit Informatluii bi evpren. Cnnultatlon fr.-u and
otadenlUI . II. Ill)le Keinnle I'lll J-- hox.
nen, lo nl vltallti. pr-innture weiikne.n, enenu
Inn of inltid and body, illnordi r of th hraln and
lenou vtein. and 'inierie f'"iiltlii( then from,
peedilv cured bv HATKs' ril'LCU IC. I'repared
v an eminent tliYt inn : H a cu-e, 'i lor ; aot-t ny
'riiL(!lt. Kor circular wllh full particular, ail
im bit. IIATKH. 'J I;! state treet. ('hleni.'o. 111.
1 ftAfisAI-A'!Y. I'ernifin. nt iile.ni
S I Z I led t" "'I' Hlnl-lt- l"od to deal
Afclv l'p.-,Mlln;. Emh'II- peld.
. A.CRANT X CO
I, I I) M lloti.il St . ( Ill
-.)(1CU I'l.ATEl) V.T'ill. hHiipe.t lii
,Ithl' Wolbl. Mltmpli' Wlitell Klee to A.'cnt. Ad-
-'iIp i'K, A. CDI l.TKIt .V; I ' . I Mi ti-o.
t Wi I 1 TIT AN 1' VHtl'IIINI- IIAIIITCIIIKH
IM II ll'l'li' nr.-itiil ed onlv aliolute
XJ " c.ure , ui nlauip lor book on
Ipltim K'ltlm;. to V. II. Mipilre, Vorthllito;n.
il'Ulned for ti' W Invetilloii, or for Improvemeni
ill old one 1 for liieilb ul or other compound, trade
mirk and label. Caveat. A-lirumeiit. IntiT
eremo At'lienl". Siiiln lor lnlrliii;eiiieiil. ami
.11 cue iirblui! under the l'.itenl Law, prompt-
7 nttended to Invention Hint havii been
I) P I I'f ''IM 1 '' 'I'" I 1 tit tlllicu tuny "till.
I triil YAj I lil ' lii inoi ciiM', b patented by
1 lleliiff oppoilW Ihr U. M. I'nU'tit leiiirttniMit.
ent'imed III I'lilelil btmine. exelueliefy, can
11 like cloer u nrchej', niid eeiire I'uteiit inori'
priimplly, ami with l-roiider cIhIiii. IIiiiii thnu who
tro reunite from Wahlnloii.
I KT A71 ' V'l'i k I U hciiiI it a model or ikelch nf
1 ii V liiN I "lin your ilevlei wn nmkn ex
uniltialloiiaiii1udvli'ii to pilicntiiblllly, free of
Imru'e. All (orrepond.ire atrh'tly conlldetitlal.
i'ruea low. mill tin charini nnln I'lilelil I erured.
W refer In Vnhltii;toii, In Hon. I'oxtmiiiter
:rital 1). M. Kev, Kev. K. P. I'ower. The Kerinan
merb an Nallomil Hank, to official III the c. M.
I'atent tiftleti, and to Meiiator and Hepnwiiiatlvoa
In Conitri.! and tpeclallytn our client l fiery
ilulv lu thu ji'ulon anil 111 Canada. Addreaa
O. A. KNOW ite CO..
profit I'atetit Ofllro. Whltli(tno. T). C.
1 h''rbjf ff1u to Nellli' llnlTiii.y, Timothy CiitfTrinv,
rVllllam llaLTney and Mary (iilfiiey, that InabeKlaff-
iry ha Aleil pe-tllmn ai;aliit them for partition ol
. liu premlaea dioi rlhiid lu ald pnlltloti, which aiilt
' now pundlnii In thu Alinandcr rlrctill court, and
Imt lummoiiii Ini been lulled In uld ttlt aifliit
on. returnable mi th Hint day of the nl iliililtiiry
lerm, IH7V, of 111 Id Alexander circuit court, In be h.
Lun Hid holder, at the Court hoiii-.i lu the cllvof
airo, Aieiannerrotitiiy, lllltliila, 011 Iho nrt Moll
lay ol Jlliuaty, l;i. ,
, ilM. A. ItnKVK.
I'll rk of ! I court,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
oaiot: liulti'tlu Ilnllillnif, Waalilnirtnii Aveiin
8 u b w v v 1 p 1 1 o ii It u leu:
J tally ('delivered by farrier) per week $ 85
lly mull I In advance) one yeur 1(1 !
Hlx months .,..1 f )
Tli nm Iiioiitlin.,. i '
Otiu UK, nth I lJ
lly mall (In ailvnnee) ntiu rear $ 4 M
Mix month MM
Threw month Wt
To club of ten anil over (per ropy) 1 a)
l'oatuK" 1" all cm-en prepaid.
A U v i' 1 1 m i ii k Kut on;
Klrt litertlon. per Kinnre II f1
riulic.iiieiitliieriloiiH, aer n'linire M)
f or one weeK. per iiiuro. . . . .) oo
Kor two week, per Mtmru 4 Ml
Kor threu week ft M
Kor one. month '.' (M
Koch udilltuiiul aiiuuri! -MM
"Ir.t Innprtlim. tier cairn re I (XI
NiihM''ih'nl ltiertloii M)
Mt'lit line oi aniiii nonpareil rontiiiiu' a rquare.
llipiiliiveil advertireineiit Hill lie ehurired ucconl-
I nt; to tho apacv oeciipied. at nbovii rute -there be
llii twelve line of follil type to tho Inrh.
To ri'irulnr advertlMim we offer aiiperlor Induce
ment, lioth a to rutin of cunrii" and mauner ot
dlpliiylni their favor.
L.o:itl iiotlrcit twenty rent per line ror tiroi inner
'Inn: leu cent per Hue for eueli uh"ee,ucut liii-er-lion.
CommunlcAtlon upon nbi'ctof general Interest
to the public are at all lime acceptable. KeJecU-d
tnnuiiKi-rliit will not be returned.
l.etter anil couimutiientlonn rhould Ix addrerred
' Liilru llulletln. Cairo, lllinol."
JNO. II. OI)KKI-V. (.i-neral MiinBi'er.
Polar stur and tow
I.ltlle Kllle Ii nd low .
John II. Maude.
T. T. Ilillman - ...
John It. .Maude
City of Alton
i wat urn.
t 111 lit .
lb-He of Ml. I.ouli..., Memphi.
J nmeii Kik
( ulilllik.' Mtur ...
Jume V. iiatT.
.... M. l.oul.
.... ' I IK i n null.
Andv Itatiin ...
A. C. Uonnellv New (Irleali.
C. V. Ali'lerroil Nilrhvllle,
Me. lieiievieve Kt. Lolii.
City ol Helena Ml. I.011K
Conimoiiwettitb New Orleaii.
HrtATK TO I.KAVK.
C ;W Anilerhoii
Tlic (Jritnil I.uko ami li:irj,"'s uro rcporti il
ngrounil at l'owcr'ii Lslttml.
Tiiu City of Ilulcna, from Ht. Imis, will
Im- hereon lu r way to Vic -ksliurjj tliiu'vrn
1 lit 1. I. Ilillman fi'it awny lur .New
Mwlritl with a fair triii of l'ruiht find
Tin. John n. Mandi', Cuit.iin JJIakc, juit
off IdO l.alu-i of cott Jii for the ('. &. V. rail
road, cm lu r way up yciitt'rdiiy.
The pretty littl Iain" Fisk, Captain
Henry Titylur, Clerk Cliff. Anmut, leave
fir l'adtieah promptly tit 5 otliH k.
Tim Salvor No. 'i raised steam lu.-t eve
tiinir for tin; ptirimse nf Htnrtiii"; for Donald
Honville, to ie. the unken Ht"ainer Cotton
The City of Alton started on In r first trip
in the Cairo find New Orleans tiadi". in nix
teen davx she will he hack airaiti. ready for
The Citv of Alton L'ot nwav fur the
south w ith a .'ood -tarti r of freittht and peo
ple. Anion:; lur pasvii'-irs were Mrs,
John Sprout, uiid the Mises Fannie Tay
lor, Zora Austin and Modie Waikc-r, lor
Ilirtuu Hill, willi his wrecking bout
(.'harley Hill, came down from tin; chain
Monday nio;ht. Since the lniiiniiiej of
work on tin; chain, seven and a half luiri;i
loads of stone have lieen taken nut. The
Charley Hill is now ready for any und all
wurk in the wrecki.11; line.
Tiie (.'airo and New Orleans packet lim
is now composed of three of the hest steam
boats, namely, the James Howard, John A
Sciidder and City of Alton. Tliey are till
sivteen day packets, and will 111 dnti'it,in
they certainly should, receive the hulk of
the business Cairo has to bestow.
a scir.NTiric iian'jti-.t.
(Hefulur Correiponileiice i
Lonisin, Novi'iiilier LM, lT'1.
Tim Cirniieal society lias been e:i frte
this week. The occasion nf the festivities
has been the visit of tin; cmiii!'iit rr.-nch
chemist, M. do Wurtz, the professor at the
F.eolr do Mediein mid nt the S.irbotine.
Professor Wnrtz ciunu over to London, by
invitation, to deliver the triennial Faraday
leclnrc, and, as might have been expected,
nil the. first sitvans were in town to receive
him. His especial slndy is iras, upon thu
nature of which the French clieinistj have
made, some iiitet'esliue; dtscnverieH duriii!;
the! last twelvo inoiiths. Thu piol'ensor gave
his lectiitt! on lust Tuesday night, under the
title of "Lu Constitution dc hi Mattero a
lY'tat Clazeux," and showed by a Heries of
beautiful experiments, tlx; iiii'iiiih by which
tho ftint of reducing oxygen iinil hydrogen
to tin) ftolid slate was achieved.
Last night this scientific body gavo its
nnnual (limit r at Willis' rooms, and the oc
casion was inadu use of to render becoming
homage to Professor Wurtz. Perhaps a
more brilliant array than that section of
learned men who arc by a somewhat uwk
ward word denoinlimted "physicists"
those who Investigate thu physical proper
lies of nintter, as distinguished from biolo
gists, or those who study living forms -has
never been in Willis' rooms. Th" guests
were received by Professor Abel, a former
president of tliti society, nnd now one of the
vice president:, nnd ft the niiun's were an
nounced it was tvldi'lit ,,,,,t C-o'ww
Wurt.'s was the magnet li mo. 1 lwt,'nl attraction.
Some 400 of the Fellows mid gittst of IliC i
Cluniical Sis icty saf'down to dinner, nnd
the iispect of the rcsmi, the nniKienl arrange
meuts, and the menu gave promise that the
banquet of 1878 would well sustain the so
ciety's gastronomic reputation, As might
be supposed, the electric light was requi
sitioned for the occasion and acquitted itself
admirably. In such a company Edison's
alleged discovery of the subdivision of the
llaine for the domestic purposes of large
tiopuhitirins was vigorously discussed. Asa
rule, it may be said the company seemed
afraid that Edison's last deliverance on the
subject is of a far more modest tone than
those to which the public ( have hitherto
been nccustnmed, the cost of the n;w sys
tem being iippenrcntly of a threatening
kind, even should the enormous practical
lilliciillii'S be. overcome;. The dining pur
poses of ttie Chemical Society wen; not
withstanding, suflicieiitly served by the less
ambitions group of clear white globes
w hich shed a lustrous radienceon the tables.
After dinner the president, who had Pro
fessor Wurtz on bis right hand und Pro
fessor Tyndnll on his left, proposed the
usual loyal tonwts. The toast, "The Fara
day lecturer," was greeted with an amount
of cheering which is seldom heard in
gatherings of scientific men. Public din
ing, the president said, although distinct
ively an English institution, i.s taken to
kindly by our foreign visitors, and Profess
or Wurtz was not ashamed to say he was
purtial to the situation ss lie found i". to
day. They were glad to be able; to rentier
some small honor to such men. In the
year 1842 theirgnest read to them a piper
on ''Hyilrophosphoreius Acid," and he found
that up to the- ynr 1 8:J he had
written ft total of no less than
seventv-three scienttiie miners on suhects
which had come before them. Professor
Wurtz was a great trainer of youth. He
had no less than 500 votine- men it his
chemical classes at Paris and llordcatx, a
numls-r of them lx-ing cngaWl in efrect
original research, lie was not only
worker himself in the field which har!
yielded such great results elnring the pas
year, nnd had compelled him mournfully
toeveluim. "There ire) all the ''ascs!'' but
he was it irrcat expositor as we ll as those
who he-are his lecture the previous night,
and witnessed his marvellously perfect ex
periinonts would wdl know. The toast whs
received with an applause which would
have been overwhelming to ttie guest of the
evening but for his former initiation into
tlif curriculum f public dinners in Eng
land. Speaking in English the lecture of
the previous evening was delivered in
French Professor Wurtz said he felt tin
spirit and temper of Faraly ought to be
his example, and he hopd he received the
cumplime'i.t w hich had been paid him with
due modesty. After a warm tribute to
Farady the Professor sat down, but imme
diately rose to propose the health nf the
Cheiiiicid Society and its President, Dr.
(iladstoiie. Among the services which the
President had rendered toi heinical science,
there stviod forward his discoveries in con
nection w ith the copper-zinc coupie. Six
teen years ago ho (the speaker) had tic
honor of delivering two discourses befo'e
the society. He would not forget the greit
kindness which had been show n M him "iy
England's scientific men, nor would lis
countrymen, whom, however unworthily, lie
represented. Tie President having uvk
nnwledgeil the compliment, Profissnr
Frankiand proposed the toast of 'The
Learned Societies," coupled with the mines
of Mr. Spottiswoeide und Professor Huxley.
Keaelers of Mr. Spottiswoodc's scteHy
mathematical address at the Kritish Avocia
tion nt I'elt'a.-t, would, perhaps, be l.ardly
prepared for a humorous speech from a
"scientist" of so sober a calling, Determ
ining to giv! the company n tasto nf his
t.irer quality, tin- President of the Rriiish
Association mi this occasion express -d his
I'liih in the principal of devolving ail ivmk
tipiiii secretaries, and tiecordino'iy calle d i n
I'rof.'s'' r Huxley, who happened to lie oiu;
of the '.'l- tai ies ' the Hoy.il Society, to
reply for the double toat. The joke was
appreciated us much by Professor Huxley
as by the colli .-any at large, bl.t it did not
prevent him In - i proceeding to make some
serious and weij'itiy remarks.
After Professor Huxley's speech, there
was utile to ne none1, save mm rrotessoriji
(Idling proposed the health of the visitors.
I here was, However, it great ileal ot talking
over the tables iibmit the grand seientiiii;
iplestioiis nf tin; day, of a kind which t -in
only be heard from the leaders in chemical
research, (students of the electric light
believers in its ultimate success were glad
to lie informed on good authority, that nt
the present u five-horse gas-engine, consum
ing only one cubic meter of giw m an hour,
is supplying a light equal to 11,0110 caudles,
fact which seems decisively to settle the
rout, so far as lighting on the larger scale is
concerned. No wonder that, with the dis
coveries of the new powers conferred by el
ectricity, tlw success of the French chemist,
ill demolishing those venerable figments,
the gases, und the determined efforts which
nro being made by spectroscojiists to abol
ish the "elements" to the. limbo of explod
ing tktion. A meeting of the chemical
society Just now should ho exceedingly
lively and interesting. Tho biologists,
headed by Mr. Darwin, having taken the
lead in Illustrating the principles nf evolu
tion in external nature, it would seem that
tho chemists are determined to be .close
upon their heels, Whateter may be the re
sultand Mr. Wurtz' continental brethren
uro, for the most part, by no means ui war
w ith Eitgland'B scientists as regards cvolu
Hou t'11' '''"graphical world nil nro in
evitably ,ap,m' tl'"1 ollr pliyxicnl knowl
edge of llui restitution of nature! is by no
menus soflnnl ah W stiip.s,ed, and that
we are on tho verge of sflh 5r' :i,''r (lisW)V
cries than the most sanguine of n'ciilutors
had imagined. Such at least was the? '' '""
ernl feeling Inst night at the banquet to
welcome Professor Wurtz.
Mus. J os km, how Is yonr health this
morning; Thank you, mad no, inrw-h im
proved. bought si bottle cf Dr. Hull's
Cough Syrup hist night, and after the first
dose my cough was che cked. 1 slept well
and have not couched once this morning, j
Wlml Makes ('niniiiiiiiists.
It isn't Kearney that makes communists
of men; it isn't violent harangues, and in
cendiaiy speeches; it isn't thevicloiis teach
ings of hot headed (leiuii''oirues that make
men communists, It is when the president
and diri-cteirs of a solid insurance company;
when the president and directors oflioston
or Chicago saving banks, get the hard
earned dollars of laWing men and work
ing women into their hands, and then divide
it up among themselves and retain their
stations in the best society; these are' the
things that make the eominiH people think
that u general division of idl property
would benefit the pisr quite as much as a
special division of the savings of the poor
aiming the few. We stnrteel out to say
something funny on this tncme, but home,
how or other when you get down to it
the re's nothing funny about it. Hawkeye.
lly Mrs. Harry Walker, Commercial live
nue, corner Sixth street.
DAY HOARD :i.50 PEU WEEK.
In connection with the Hotel is a first
class bur and billiard room on opposite side
of the street; also wholesale and retail
oyster depot. Fresh oysters received daily
and sold at the lowest market rates. Or
ders from home or abroad will receive
prompt attention. lo and see stock and
prices before purchasing elsewhere.
LETT IE COLEMAN'S LAVXlUiY.
Mrs, Let tie- Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, between Wiudiing
ton and Commercial avenues, and takes this
method of informing her old friends and
patrons that hIic is again at their services,
and solicits their patronage-, She has re
duced prices to suit the times.
Chew Jackson's be.-.t Sweet 'uvy To-
rAlXTS, 111 l.S, WAI.I, I'Ari'.H, ETC.
. 15 LAKE,
. IIKAI.KU IN
Window (iliiss, Window Shades, Kto.
Always on bund the celebrated ilU'VINatino
A u r o i' a Oil.
Bross' otilhlins, Com-1
iiieicial Avi-.. I
XEW YOliK STOltE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK CITY
GOODS bOLI) VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nlneleenth street and i.
t oinmerclal Ave., i'
C. O. 1 'ATI If. 1 i cq.
oor health, or lunulsh
aae chia r, fur
.v ill ( 'llt'l-J-flll,
! yon feel w.-iik nnd
on a le d of sii kues-
Hop Hit Iocs
If von are simply allliiL'
dlsVirited. willioiit cb.ir
y know I in w hy,
Hop Hit tees' Avillfll.Vvlvi you,
If von ur" u minister .nd have overtaxed vour-
.ell with vour piistoria fl uuies, or it mother worn
out W illi care and work.
lion Itiltcrst w 1 1 IB t voit nro ym
If vou are ii tiiiiiiof bus S ue., weakened hv tie
strain of voiic eM'ryilic !ntle : i-r it man of let
ters, tolllni; over yon 1 uliliusht work,
ip I Ii I tern W -ll '-
ITM'iat llfll you.
-ulVerlu:: from nicy bulls.
iat, it Is often the case,
hop, on the farin, ut the
H von an; vomit:, line
er..iioii.oriir-' L-rowiii2 toe
j nitton villi
If jou are In the work
a.,kt, l,,.,la,.,s.. ..tut i. ..'
i lvaii'riil,;. loiiiiiKor atiin f uiiillii, witiiout Int.ixl-
hat your system needs
Hi.1 HittiM'R irjWImt yiVu Xoivl
If you are old, mill Vollifl oilsa t feehle, your
m rves unsteady, and yoiliBiacilllie waning,
Hop JUt toi'H svillli'i v you now lilo
Try HOl'COCfill Cl Kl NII I'AIN JIULIKK.
Kor Sale by nlllllru.-i:lsts.
I hereby clven that default liuvltic heen mnde for
more thai sixty day in the payment ol'a portion of
t tie union M t secured lo he paid bv u mort-aue exe
cuted hy .Max Kuehne and Michael JuuKtm ler, to
rinmniil Stunts Taylor and Hilwin I'lirxiu. Tnistooa
of the Cairo City Property, dated August lith, A, D,
isilfl. und recorded In the l(ecoider'(inice. In and for
Alexander county. Ill the Sjlutu of Illinois, In Hook
0 of Deed, on pa. :e '.it, Tho iiiidcrhtncd. the suc
cessor of said trustee, will mi Saturday . the 4th day
01 January. A. D.. ISTil. at It) o'clock la the f,,re
lion u of that day, itiitier uud hy virtue of the power
of sale contain, d In said mnrtirau'e, sell nt piildlr
aucllnu, to the hlulicst bidder, lor cash, at hi olllee,
corner of VViishlnejuu Avnniio uud Klirhteeulh
true). In until City of Cairo, in Alexander I'uuutv
a ml Slate of Illinois, the rli;ht. Hue and Interest
of shIiI Max Kuehne and Michael ,linii:meer, or
tlu'lr assign, in and lo lot numbered S. liilneiln
block nuinhered ?. Iseveulv threel, In aabl City ol
Cairo, nccordlnn to Iho ris-oided pint thereof, with
ihu apleiileuiioi e. lo satisfy the purpose mill con
ditions uf mid Murk' lie. '
Dnieil, Cairo, III,, .NoveinlfriMih, ts;s
. HTAATS TAVLOIt. ,
Trustee of Hie Cnlr. Cllj Properly.
k:- not advenleil aa "euro-all" hut ur ipcclnc
the (lli.eiie for which they uro recomnieuilt'd.
IN VKsrieTTORSof nnturnl science have demon
tinted boyMvl rrmtrwvorsr that throuebniit the
anluul klii'.'doni 'h" "rurvivul of tho llllct" 1 the
only law viuk h-aflfl thrllt and perpetuity. Doe not
inewtine principle lioreru lliecoiiiuierrlal prospurliy
nl ni.in ? An inferior inn nut lutiersede unuri
Article. Uy reaion of niirior merit Dr. I'lercii'i
Standard Medicine bavo outrivaled all other.
Their inle In the l ulled Stales alnnn encetd one
mini. ui dollar per milium, while the amount x-
pot-iisl fiHit up to neveral hundred thoiiiand more.
No li'isluei could grow to iinil nii;iintic propor
tioiiH and r- 't upon any other haul than that o
I Jr. Safe's ('atarrli Itemed v
IS PLEASANT TO USE.
Dr. Safe's Catarrh Remedy
It curt; cMcncIa over a period of 'JO year.
Dr. Safe's Catarrh Remedy
It ale constantly .ticreanca.
Dr. Safe's Catarrh Remedy
(.'lire hy Its mild, loothlng effect.
Dr. Safe's Catarrh Remedv
Ciiren cold lu bead und Catarrh, fir O.oena,
Ail Open Letter :It Speaks for Itself
ItiK.-KPOKr, M.v., April 2, 1ST7.
Stu. KoiToit: lluviii-r read in vonr miner the re
por.H of the remarkable cures of catarrh, I am In
din ed to teli whut i know about catarrh, and 1 fi.u
ey the "iiiiiQ"' and "iiihalliii; tube" maker nit-r.
ilollnr irraMier- would lie glad II they could embla
on a similar cure In the paper. Kor twenty year.
I bare autl'ered with catmrh. The nimul pasHuve,
became completely closed, sniuff, dust, aide . In
haling luhes and etick would nut work, though at
toterMii I wotim inun np tnc lo-canea cnturrn snuu
until I became a valuable tettiir for nuch medicineii.
1 iiriidutillv L'n-w wre, and no one can know how
much I suir. r"U or wbut a miserable belne; wa. My
head ached over iny eye ao tbiit I wa conilned to
my bed for manv uccelve daya,nnering the moat
iiitctirc pain, which ut one time kited for li-H hour
All H.-.n-e ol taste anil emeu gone, n'lit and liearlin;
tioue, iiervoii system shattered nud constltutloii
broken, mid I wu hiiwkine and iiiittiiiL' seven
eighth of tiie time. I prayed for deuth to relieve
me of my siuietne.'S. a lavoraniu nwtice in your
paper of Dr. Mane Catarrh Heinedv Induced m to
purchase a )m kiiL'e and use it with Dr. Safe's nasal
douche, which applies the remedy hy hydrostatic
pressure, the onlv way compatible with' common
leiise. Well, Mr. r'dltor. It did not cure me In three
fourths uf a second, nor lu one hour or mouth, but
In h-s than clirht minute I wn relieved and lu
three, month-cured unci have remained so for over
li month. While usin;r tbc Catarrh Hetnedy I used
Dr. fierce.' tluldeu Medical Discovery to purify my
blood and streiiL'Oo-n my stomal h. I also kepi toy
liver active and bowel regular by tho n of bi
l'li-UMiut Purgative Pellet. If my experience will
Induce other ulft rer tu eek the lame meuii t.f re
lief, this lett' r will have answered It purpose.
Voiifi truly. 8. D. KEN'S IC'K.
CLOUD OF WITNESSES:
The following named persona are amonp the
thousands who have been cured of catarrh by the
use of Dr. Sui;e' Caturrb Hemcdy:
AK Downs, New (ieneva, DJ llrown Ht. Jo
eph. Mo; K lM.ewls, Kntland Vl; ('ho Norciup,
North Chesterfield, Me; Milton Jones, Hcrlba, N Y;
J K Miller, llriitt'er riutiun. Wr; J 0 Merrvniau,
M M I'ost, Loiransport. I ml; J W hallev, Tre'mont,
I'a; II I) Ayers, Laporte, Ind; Jesse M hears, Fort
Ilranch, I ril ; I. L Vt'lllianr. Canton, Mo; W W
Thayer, Onurm, HI; K II Nirhol. Jr, (ialveaton,
Tej; K Keiuert, Stoneville, I'a: H W I.usk, McFar
land. W is: Johnson W illiams, llelmlck.O; Mr M
A Curry, Trenton. T'iin; J e; Joslln, Keene, N II;
A J Casper, Tul.'e Koek. W Va; Louis Anders,
(irnvsporl, O; C II Chuse. Klkhart; Ind; Mr Hen
ry lluiiiht, San Frii;,-.sco, Cal; Mr K M (liillusha.
Lawrenceville, N V; 'A' J tiruham, Adel, lo; A (J
Smith, Newman, (ia: t'hast Hice, llultlinorn, -Md;
Jessfl M Sears, Carlisle, Ind; Dan H Miller. Fort
W'avne, Ind; Mr Minnie Arnalse, 1M0 Deluncv t,
N ; 11 W Hall, Hasiliij;, Mhh; M m K Mur'ton,
Lowell, Mas; Mr C'J spurton. Camden, Ala; C F
Kaw, Fri'derlrktown. O: Mrs l.ucv llnulur. Farm
liik'ton. Ill; Cpt K J hpauldiiii!, Camp hLiml.auch.
Wy; I W Tracy, Steamboat Hock, lo; Mr l.vdla
W ultii, Shushan, N V; JM IVe.li. Junction City,
Mont; Henry Itoe' Iluntn. Cal; I. 1' Cummin;:',
Kuntoiil, II; : KK.Ione. I'neheston, Four Corners,
N Y; tieii V Hull. Khonlo, Cal; Win K Hurtrle.
Sterling I'll; II I' Sam, &ls I'elin st. l'lttshurit.l'a; J
H Jackuiaii. Mlsuel' Depot, Ky; Henry uhist, Cien
eva. N V; llatlle Parrot, Monl'oinrry, Ohio: I. Led
work, Chatham, 111 : S II McCoy, Nashport, (); W W
Warner. North Jackson, Mich; Mary A Wlnno, I)u
rieii, Wi; John Zleyler, Carllse Springs, Pa; Jai
Tompkins, St Cloud, Minn ; Knoeh Duer, I'nwneo
City. Neb; Joseph T Miller, Xeniu, (I; N II Nichol.
Ciulvestoii, Tex; II I. I.uird, I'pner Alton, 111; John
Jmiis I'reHcott, Arlzouu; Mr Saucy (iriihum, For
est tirove, Oregon; J W Huberts, Maricopa, Ari
zona. (ioldkv Medical Discovkuy
Is a-lternll ve, or blood rleuiiHinp.
CJoLDF.N Medical Ddscovkiiy
(ioi.dex Medical Dikcoveiiy
I a Chol.u-oc:ue, or l.lver Stimulant.
(foLDKV Medical Discovehy
(roLi)KN -Medical Discovery
lly reaxrn of It nlterntivr projiertle cure dlsensoi
of the blood ami skin, a r. rofulii or Idler's evil ; tu
mors; ulcers, or old sores: blotches; pimple,
nud eruption, lly virtue of It pectoral properties
It cures bronchial. Ih rout und lime, ufl'eclloii; Incip
ient consumption; lliieerinn cotiujia nnd i lironlc
turyniiill. Ilsrlioiaeoctin qaalllle render it nil till.
i'iiined reintilv for billousiies, torpid liver, or "llv
er conipliilnt; ' und It tonic properties iniikn It
eiiially ellleaiiou la curing linlip-stion, Ion of ap
petite aiwI iTyspepsla.
Where the skin I sallow and covered wild blotche.
und pluilile", or where there are ncriililloti ullec.
lions anil swellings, a few bottle oftloldeli MeilU ul
Discovery will etlect mi mil ire cure. If you feci
dull, drowsy, debilitated, Intvu sallow color of skin,
or yellowish, brown spot on face or body, frequent
headache or lilr.itliii:, had taste In mouth, Interim)
heat or chill aitenialeil with hot flushes, low spirits
and irUioiny lorebodliii;, Irregular appclltu anil
tongue coiiied, you are sulferlii from torpid liver
or biliousness. In many case nl ilver complaint
onlv p ut of llp'se syinpiouis are experienced. Aa a
remedy for nil such caes. Dr. I'lerre's (lolden Medb
cal i.. oven ha tioequul.a It eflect perfect curva,
leavlni' the liver alMtiKtheueil and healthy,
The People's Medical Servant
im. n. '. piEittn
I the sole proprietor and manufacturer ot the fore
goInK remedle. all of which are aold hy ilructuliui.
lie I also the author of the I'eople'i Common Sens
Medical Adviser, a work of nearly one thousand
pairca, with two hi A Ir. d and eighty two wood en
vnnlns and roloreu plain. Uu Una already aold ol
till popular work
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For Nervous Dehillty.'wllh nil Ita gloomy attend
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Ti ui.r.i'.v ImI'.mitinu IIkatii ami Stiiisou.
TIIK UK IS
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Kor Languor and Debility.
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