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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1880.
AND OTHERS SEEKING
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IT TKKAT8 upon HEALTH, HYGIENE, ana
Physical Culture, and Is a complete encyclope
dia of Information for invalid ami those who suffer
friim Nervous, Exhausting and Painful Diseases,
hvery subject tliat boar uuon hi'alth and human
huipiM'M, receives attention to Its panes; and Hie
many question asked by suffering invalid. whe
hve dispared of curt;, are answered, and .valuable
Information In volunteered to all who arc In need ol
The subject of Electric Belts versus Medicine, and
the hundred and one question of vital Importance
to tuflertEg humunlty, areduly considered and ex
plained. YOUNG MEN
And other who nifTer from Nervous and physical
lability, Loss of Muuly Vigor. Premature fcxhaus
tlon and the many gloomy consequence of early
indiscretion, etc.. are especially benefited hy cou
S'llting It content.
The fcl.rXIKlC HKViEW exposes the tiornttl
itatrd frauds practiced hy quicks and inedicul im
post or who profess to "ftra'tice niediclue," and
point out the only safe, simple, and effective road
to Health, Vigor and Hodily hnergy.
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Direction with tath Bott'.e.
HOLD HY Ahl KHUGGISlfS.
IV WTlMi! LOCAL AfiENTS everywhere
M 1 Til', to sell Tea. I uflee, Iiuk:ug how-
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l wounded or otherwise
er by disease In lite ol duty, is entitled to a n
sion. Kvi.-ry pensinner hou)d have me examine his
rase for lucres"-. Thousands of men arc uot draw
ing enoojU under the law. Widows and depend
tut mother and father are entitled to pension.
Tension cliims of ail kinds promptly settled. Ad
dress C L. SI'EEIi, U. S- Tension Attorney. In
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Htn lightening. Vitalizing and Tnriiyinis by teasou
of their richness in Hone and Muscle Producing
Material than all other forms of malt or medicine,
while free from the obiecfon urged aualusi malt
liquors Prepared hy the MALT UITI'EUH CO.,
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
Edited In the filtered' of tae Fubllc Llhrary.
MEN, WOMEN AND BOOKS.
The future of society is in tho hands of
the mothers. If tho world was lost through
woman, tho. al'.mc can savo it. De Beau
fort. ruoHEfsOH William T. Harris, who has
just resigned the superintendency of the St.
Louis schools, has received from divers cit
izens of that place, in appreciation of his
services, a beautiful gold medal and a letter
of credit for $1,000, to defray tho expense
of his proposed trip to Europe.
A new building for a library and art gal
lery is jubt beinu' built at the University of
California. It is to cost fjO.OOO, and tho
library will hold 50,000 volumes. The uni
versity haB just graduated forty-four stu
dents, and admitted women as students on
equal terms with men.
Tub governor and council of Massachu
setts have appointed Samuel R. I Icy wood
of Worcester, and Adelaide A. Calkins of
Springfield trustees of the 6tatc primary
and reform schools; Catherine P. Lothrop,
of Taunton trustee of the state workhouse,
ami Emily I. Pope of Boston trustee of the
The Women's Physiological and Hygenic
Institute ot Chicago just organized aims, to
(inseminate among women a more general
and accurate knowledge of physiology and
hyij-enie. Courses ol lectures and conversa
tions on thcee subjects will be organized
and made accessible to all, who desire such
Three hundred and eighty-five girls ap
plied lor the Oxford senior examination this
season, and 353 for the junior examination.1-
In addition to the ordinary examination of
boys and girl., another examination for
young women over eighteen years old began
at the same time, thirty-five offering them
selves for the preliminary examination.
Mkb. W. O. Carfe.nter, of Chicago,
vice-president of the Social Science associa
tion, and Miss T. A. Richards, its recording
secretary and the managing editor of the
Social Science Journal, were appointed by
Governor Cullom as state delegates to the
Conference of Charities and Corrections,
which met in Cleveland, June Sth to July
Josiah Qunct, in his reminiscences of
conversations with Ex-President John Ad
ams, says that on one occasioa Mr. Adams
"asked me what I had been reading. I told
him the life of Sir William Jones, and I re
marked on the excellence of his mother
'Young man,' said the President, 'did you
ever hear of a gTeat and good man who had
not a good mother?' He mentioned a fum
jly which had long been influential,
and said that the reason was because
they gave good mothers to their chil
dren." WOMAN PHYSICIANS.
BY DK. ALICE B. STlKKlUM.
Recently Dr. Alice Bennett has been ap
pointed as physician to the woman's de
partment of the Inane hospital of Norris
town, Penn. The New York Tribune and
other papers speak of this as a great inno
vation, and so far as facts are concerned
are likely to mislead the people. Several
other women supersede her in occupy
ing positions in asylums. It is true
by a new law in Pennsylvania, insane
hospitals arc divided according
to sex, aud Dr. Bennett
is clothed with the same authority over the
lemnle department as the physician over the
male department, both working under a
geueral biiperintendent. The position was
first ollered to Dr. Mary Stinson, who was
the first lady physician in the hospital at
Worcester, Mass. Shu tic ciiued on account
of lil-heallh. Dr. .Mary A. Cleaves, of
Davenport, Iowa, for three years was assis
tant in the hospital at Mount Pleasant,
Iowa, lias since been an active member
of the board of trustees of the same institu
tion. Last year she read an able paper be
fore the conference of charities in Chicago,
which was commended for originality. She
is succeeded at Mount Plensaut by Dr.
Jennie McCowan. Dr. Julia Carey we find
at Danvers, Mass.; Dr. Eliza B. Phelps in
the new asylum at Mount Pleasant, Iowa;
l)r. Helen M. Bissell at Kalamazoo, Mich.;
Dr, Emma Randall at Pontine, Mich. Oth
er hospitals will soon employ women on
their medical stuff. This is as it should be,
Hundreds of cases ol insanity among wo
men result from diseases peculiar to them
and can be much more advantageously
treated by educated physicians of their own
sex. Chicago Iuter-Oceau.
No Hohhial, nekdki) No palatial hos
pital needed for Hop Bitters patietits, nor
large-salaried talented puffers to tell what
Hop Bitters will do or euro, as they tell
their own story by their certain and abso
lute cures at homo. New York Independent.
To all who arc mi(Terinr from tho error
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, earlv decav. loss of manhood, etc.. I
will send a receipt that will euro you,
tree ot charge. Hits great remedy was
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America. Snnd a fulf-nddrsiicd enevlonc
to tho Rev. Joseph T. Iumau, Station D,
xncw j one i;ity.
Mks. WiNHunv's Soortu.NO Syhlt. Rev.
Sylvanus Cobb thus writes in the Boston
Christian Freemen: We would by no
means recommend any kind ol medicine
which we did not know to bo good par
ticularly for infants. But of Mrs. Wins
low's soothing syrup wo can speak from
knowledge; in our own family it, has pro
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troubled with colic pains, quiet rest, and
parents unbroken rest at night. Most pa
rents can appreciate these blessings. Here
is an article which works to perfection, and
which is harmless; for the sleep which it
affords the infant is perfectly natural; and
the little cherub awakes as "bright as a
button." And during the process ot teeth
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quently heard mothers say they would not
bo without it trom tho birth of the child
till it had finished with tho teething siege,
on any consideration whatever. Sold by
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It 13 no longer an idle dream or boasting
to affirm that Fellows Hypophosphites,
wherein are united nature's forces, will
strengthen man and make his life not only
endurable, but sparkling with rude and
joyous health : this then we recommend
when vitality is on the wane, or when too
organism becomes enfeebled.
Fellows' Syrup of Ilypophosphites sup
plies matter for bone and blood, rendering
it highly beneficial for feeble children.
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Il.iat. Humttrs and all disease of the skin. For
all female complaint aud weaknesses ll has no
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It is a household necessity. Full particulars, in
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lu the Circuit Court. September Term IkW.
State of Illinois, County of Alexander .
Saruu Burrest l
v In Chancery-Divorce
John T. Burress.
Affidavit that the said JohnT. Burress. defend
ant above named ha" goue out of the slute of fill
noi and that upon diligent Inquiry hi place of
residence cannot lie ascertained, having heen filed
In the ollice of the clerk ol the said circuit court of
Alexander county, notice Is hereby given to the
said John T. Burress, that the complainant here
tofore filed her bill of complaint fordlvorcn in
said court on tbe chancery aide thereof, and
lhat a summon" thereupon lssne dout of said court
against the said defendant returnable at the court
bouse in the said city l Cairo, in said County of
Alexander on the third . Monday ol September. A.
Ii. Ikni. as ishv law require!1, which cause is now
pending and undetermined In said court.
.lullN A. REEVE, Clerk,
Cairo, July l.'th. issn.
ril business now heloro the pub
I I 1 lie. You can make money
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anything else. Capital not
required. W'e will tart von.
?1J a day sud upward made
at born by the ludustrlou. .Men. women, boy
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work.oronlv your spine moment. No other
business will pay you nearly as w II. Noono will
ing to work can full Xi make enormoti pay by en
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No disease or 111 heullh can possibly long ex
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Thcvglo ue life and vigor to the sgedand
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ing. No matter what your fceilnga or symptom
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only feel bad or miserable, use the Litters at
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for a case they will not cure or help.
Do not Hitler yourself or let your friend sur
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Remember. Hop Bitter I Do vile, drugged,
drunken nostrum, but the purest unit best medi
cine ever made; tho "Invalid Krlwul and
Hope,-' niul no person or family should fie with
out tlirin, Trv the Killers to day,
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una Toronto, Canada.
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world. Any one rn become a successful agent.
Six elegant work of Art given free to tikr.rlber.
rhe price Is o low that almost everybody rub
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In day, A lmly agent report making fjoo proflt
In ten day. All whoengnge make money fast, You
nan devote all your time to the business, or only your
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direction and term free, Klcgant andexpensiva
outfit free. If ymi want profitable work etid ti
your address at onco. It cost nothing to ty Ilia
business. No one who engapes fall In make great
pay, Addics OEOUOB HTINUUN A CO., Port
Notice of Sale.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
By virtue of an order of the county court of Alex
ander county, In the state of Illinois, made at tho
may term ttiereor A. )., im) upon the petition or
tho undersigned administrator of tho estate of
James Lawrence, deceased, against Xr.rclrsa lluzUi-
woon, r.uwnri u. tuzlusroott, jiranclH 1J. Wiw
fence, and others. 1 will on
TUESDAY, THE l'.th DAY OF AUGUST, A. D.
at tho hour of two o'clock n m.. of said
day, sell at public, vendue ut the aouthwest-
erly door or tho court house in he city of Calm,
county of Aletunder aud statu ot Illinois, ail
the Interest of the said James Lawrence, de
ceased In aud to tho following described reul es
tate attained in said county of Alexauder aud state
of Illinois, to-wlt:
Tho outheat quarter of the aouthwest quarter
and aouthwest Quarter of tbe outheat nuarter of
see.ilon number thirty-three (SHi In township num
ber fourteen (I4i outh range two Oil west : also the
northwest quarter ol the northeast quarter of sec
tion number thirteen (13) In township number fif
teen (IS) south range two west; also lot number
two (S) lu block number one (1 1 In tbe town of San
dusky In said coutitr of Alexander according; lo
tbe original plat of said town
Terms of Sale: One-third cash In hand on the
day of rale, one-third to bo paid in six month
and one-third In twelve months from the day of
sale, the deferred payments to he tecured by nnto
drawing ix per cent. Interest and a mortgage upon
tbe premises sold.
Cairo, Ills., June tii 18p0.
Whereas William Holmei and Adallne nolme
hi wife, by their certain mortgage deed, dated the
eighth iSthl day of February, A. I). 17S, and record
ed In the office of the recorder of deed within and
for the county of Alexander and suite, of Illinois,
on the eleventh day of Murch A. 1). 1HTS. in book
"Z" of sale mortgages on pageMWi, did convey to
Ueorgo W. Short, of said county of Alexander,
a mortgagee, tho premises hereinafter described,
to secure the pavment of one certain promissory
note executed by the said William Ilulmes, and
bearing date February eighth (sth) 17H, culling for
One Hundred and Twenty-seven and '.ti biO dollar
($IJ7.aii and payable to the order of the said
(ivorgo W. Short, twelve mouth after tbe date
thereof with Interest at tho rate of tell per Cent per
annum, until paid.
( And. whereas, it was provided In said mortgage
that in case of default In the payment of said prom
issory nolo or anv part thereuf according to tho
tenor and effect thereof, the said tieorge W. Short,
bis legul representative or a'toruey might sell the
prenise described In said mortgage under the
power contained in the same for the purpose there
And. w hereas, default ha been mode In the pay
ment of said note both of the principal and of all
tho interest which ha accrued upou the same
since the date of Its execution.
And. whereas, the said George V. Short depart
ed this life.iMestate on or about the eighteenth dn
of August. A. D. 18T8, and the undersigned was
duly appointed administrator of bis eslite by the
county court of said county of Alexauder. on the
third clay of September. A. D 1STH. and iu now
tbe sole administrator of his said estate.
Now, therefore, public notice I hereby clven
that In pursuance of said mortgage deed and bv
virtue of tho power and authority granted In and
by the same to the legal representatives of the said
George W Short, I, tho underaigued administra
tor as aforesaid will on
THl'RSDAY.TUE TWELFTH DAY OF AUGUST
A. D. lHsO, at the hour of eleven o'clock a. in. ot
said day. at tbe front door of tbe court house In the
city of Cairo In said county of Alexander seil at
public vendue tothe highest bidder lor cash, tbe
nren.ises mentioned in said mortgage, and des
cribed a follows, namely: Lot number six (til In
black numbered otie (Din the town of Sandusky
a the same is known and designated on the recorded
map or plat thereof, the same being a part or sec
tiou number thirteen (HI), In township number
Fifteen (lf) south raugu two (.') west of
the third principal meridian In tbe
county of Alexander and state of Illinois,
together with all and singular the tenements,
hereditaments aud appurtenances thereunto be
longing, and all the right, title and equity of re
demption of the said William Holme and Adulinc
Holmes, his wife, grantor lu said mortgage, their
heirs and assigns therein.
There will he tint nn iIih silt day of sale the sum
of Cne Hundred Fifty nine dollar and Twenty
cent ($1.')9.1) betide the costs and expenses of
sale. Rlt HAKD E. NORMAN .
Administrator of the estate of George W; Short
Cairo, 111., July 2d lf?s0.
TN the district conrt of the United States, for tbo
X Southern district of Illiuol.
In Haukrumcv. No. 142.
Iu tbe matter of Ernest Reichart, Andrea Doll
and David M. Knowles. bankrupts,. Notice is
hereby given that a petition ha been filed in ald
conrt hy said iiaviu ai. Knowles, late or Cairo, in
lnols. now of Efnnghain, In the county of Efliug
ham. In said district, duly declared bankrupt, un
der tbe act of congress of Mnsoii '-M, In.;, and the
amendments thereto, ror a discharge and crrtld
cate thereof, from all hi debt and other claims
provable under said art. and that the Dth day of
August. A. D. 10, at eleven o'clock A. M I as
signed for a hearing of the same by the said court
at the United States court ronm in the city of
Springfield, when and where all creditors of said
bankrupt, and all other persons in Interest may at
tend aud show cause, if any they have, why ttm
prayer of of said petlton should not he granted.
M. B. CONVERSE, Clerk.
Brown A Young, a.torn.-vs for plaintiff.
Dated at Springfield July 1st, A, 1). 18N).
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE Or REAL ES
l'nblic notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a
judgment and order of the county court of Alexan
der conuty, Illinois, made and entered at the July
term thereof, A. I). ISM), in a cause wherein Jacob
Higgle, administrator of the estato of William M.
Atherton, deceased. It plaintiff, and Jtida Atherton,
Francis D. Athcrtou.lhomaa J. Craig. Jamet M.
Craig, Elzada Finch, Emma Craig, Alice Craig,
Mary Craig. Maria J. Higgle, France M. Atherton,
He.ektahM. Atherton. Ueb"cea J. Atherton. Lulu
J. Atherton. William J. Atherton, Ellon Young,
Elizabeth Wicker. Eliza M. Peeler, John Godwin,
Joseph Godwin, Frances ! Young, Smith Young.
James F. Htitsou, Fordlcc Irelnud. Janie 1. Coil
aud Daniel Leuco, are defendants, for the sale of
real estate to pay the debit of the said deceased
William 11. Atherton, I, the undersigned admtnis
trator, Jacob Biggie, wlll.'on Thursday, the .'liih day
of August. A. D. IKS', at the hour of 10 o'clock a.
m,, at the Depotof the Ctilro and St. Louis rail
road company, at Hodge's Park iu said county, pro
ceed tosull at nubile sale to tho highest bidder tho
following described real estate, namely:
The n w n w ofS li, T 111, 8 ll 1 west; n w w of
8 i T 1.1, 8 R i west; n e n o of 8 ;i, T 15. S K
3 west ; tho undivided 4 of the s e n e. S :14. T 15,
S R ii west; and tho undivided oue fourih of the
following described tracts of land, e 4 li w S si,
T Id. S R S west ; n o s w of S 21, T 11, 8 R 2 west ;
u w eof S 21, T lit S Hi wast; seso of S 15. T
Irt, S It 2 west; all in Alexander county, Illinois,
and the following described lots In Hodge's Park
in said Alexander county: Lot No. 2, 4, imd n In
hlockS; lot 7 In block 4: lot No. 2, 4 and H In
block 5; lot Nos. 2.4 ami 8 In block H; lots 8 and 10
block 7; lots Nos, 4 and In block S; lot 8. block
14: lot Nos. :l 5. 7 and V In block 15: lot a block
in: lot Nos. 1, S and 5 In block 1"; lot block is;
lot 1 block 10: lot block 20; lots No, l. H. 5 ai d 7
In block 21 ; lot No. 4 an i fl lu block 22; lot No.
1 ft, and 7 In block M: bits Nos 2, I and ll lu blork
24: and lot It) In block PI, for the purpose ofpav
Ing the debts or the estate of said Wllliuin M. Ath
The terms of sale will Im one-third cash down,
one third in six months aed one-third In one year,
w llh uo'es, and also a mortgage on the the real
estalo sold, to secure the deferred payments, and
the notes to draw interest at rat or six pur cent,
per annum. All sales fur ten dollar or less to be
paid down. JACOB KIGtiLK,
Cairo. 111., July 17, ItfO. Administrator.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL ES
TATK. Public notice Is hereby given thai by virtue of a
Judgment and order of the comity court of Alex
ander county, Illlnol. made and entered at the,
Juno term thereof, A, 1),, 1H&I. in a cause wherelu
Eliza J. Tweute, administratrix of the estate of
Alexander Twettle, deceased. Jwas plaintiff, and
Ida C. Tw ntu, Amot A, 1'yvcute, AsuD. Twente,
Artur II. Twenlu, Eura J. Tweute. John 11, Clark,
Franklin Hltt.aud William lolhert. were defend
ants, for the saleof real of real estate to :it the
debt of the said Alt'iaudcr Twenty, deceased, I,
th undersigned administratrix a aforesaid, will,
on Wednesday, the 25lh day of August. IhS1. at
Eleven o'clock a. in . at lite front door of the rotirt
house In Cairo, In tald Alexander county, proceed
to sell at public sale, to the highest bidder, tho
follow in; described real estate, Iree and clear of
the dower of the utidenlgued a widow of tbo tald
The undivided flvo slxth () of th ntttheat
quarter of tho northwest quarter, and of the south
west quarter of Ike northwest quarter of section
twentv-flvo (5)ln township tlfteen, toutb langn
N thread) west or the third principal meridian
In said Alexander county for Ihe purpose of pay
ing tho debt of said estate.
The terms of sale are. one half cash down, nad
Ihe balance In one year with note, aud also mort
gage, on tho real estate told to teenro (he deferred
paymout; tald uoto to hear Interest at therato of
in percent. ELIZA J. TVTRNTK,
acalro, III,, July 17, tr!). Administratrix.
A n it a wn
a week In vonr own town, outfit fire.
urauer, tr you want a uusines si
'which persona of either sex fan make great
par all the tlmo they work, write ror particular lo
11. UA1.LE1T 4 CO.. Portlaud,
Am FAINT AND OIL DEALERS
IiSTo. 74 Ohio Levee.
Drags, Taints, Bracks, Window Glass, Brushes, Perfumery,
Fancy Goods, Etc., Etc.
UETA1L. AND FAMILY
RETAIL ami FAMILY
Cor. Eighth Street and
GRAND PIANO COMPANY
311 and 313 Plum Street Cincinnati, Ohio.
MANUFACTURERS , OF
GRAND SQUARE & UPRIGHT PIANOS
Which for beauty of flnlfh. evenneM of action, iweetnce, power and brilliency of tone, and cre
durability are unexcelled.
A flr.t-clatt piano at a very moderate prlrc. Seed for illustrated catalogue.
GRAND PIANO CO.
Nob. 311 nnU 313 Plum Street, Cin'ti, O.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
gT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND PADUCAII.
The E'.csHtitSiaVwbeel Tiitn'tcer Steamer
A.J. D1RD Clerk.
Leave Cairo every Monday and Thursday for
Cape litrardean. r-t, Loiii. and vuiy landings.
CAIRO CIT KERRY CO.
THREE IsSiil STATES.
On and after Monday. June 7th, and until turllier
notice the ferryboat will mako trip as follows:
I.KAVES UAV1CB LKAVEB
Foot Kourth at. Missouri Lund'g, Kentucky Ld'g.
;:imi, m. 7:30 i. in. H a. tn.
' :iMla. m. W:Siiu. ni. 10 a.m.
llinii a, m. 11:80 a. in. l'J:00m.
11:00 p. m. !i:S0p. tn. a p.m.
4:30 p.m. 5:(Op.m. B;30p.m.
J p.m. 2:30 p.m. S p. m
A WEEK In your own town, and no
capital risked. Yon can 1vu tbe
buiuua a trial without eipenco,
Thu bet opportunity ever offered fr
thne willing to work. You should
trv nu.hitii ole till yon see for yotir
I ilf what yon can do at the business we offer. No
trtom tooiplaln here. Yoncau devoie all your
time or only your spare time to the htuiuess, and
make great pay for every hour that yoo work
Women make as much aa men. Heud fur special
private terms and particulars, which wo mall Iree.
ffi oiitAI free. Dou'tcomplaln of hard times while
yon have such a chance, Address 11, HAI.LKTT
TOLU. ROCK AXI) RYE.
A New Compound, sciimtincniiy
prepared rf Halmm Tola. 1'rvstHllr.ed Rock
Candy, Old Rye Whisky and other Tonics. Th
Formula I known to our best physicians. Is highly
commended by them, and the Analysi of one or our
mott promlneut chemists. I'rof. ii. A. Mariner, of
Chicago, is on tbe label of every bottle. t is a well
knuwnfacttn the medical profession lhat TOLU,
ROCK and KVK will afford tho greatest relief for
Couch, Colds, Inlluenza, Bronchitis, Sore Throat,
Weak Luni;. also Consumption, iu tbe incipient
and advanced atages of that disease.
It can be used as a Beverage and for an Appell
or, maklni! an effective tonic for Fuinily use. Try
It, you will rind it pleaennt to take, of creat service,
if weak or debilitated, as It eives Strength, Ton
and Activity to the whole human frame.
fcsyi'ut up lu iiirt sle Bottles lor Family use.
Bole A gent a fcr the United stntes and Canadss.
Also Importer of Kino Wlues, LliUiraaud Clears,
111 Madison Street. C hicimo.
Sold by Drtii!,'lt and Dealers everywhere.
CINCINNATI LAW SCHOOL.
The Forty-eighth annual term begins
Thursday, October 14th, I8S0, and con
tinues seven months. Terms', $00 first year
sJoO second year. For catalogue or circula
address the dean,
.Taooh I). Cox, Cincinnati, O.
W are tli lunrest exporters in the tinlterl
Mtiites, ami we will pay tUo highest market price
in eiii-li for any ijtiiiiitity.
'"""K.A. Holden & Co.
tl? Vine Street CINCINNATI.
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Anthurnf tbe Life of I? K. Hnrus. Life of Bavatd
With an Introduction by
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Ex-Presldcnt of Williams College
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