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AND OTHERS SEEKING
Strength and Energy,
WITHOUT THE USE OP DRUGS. ARE HE.
Ol'LSTKTl T(l M II VliU "Till.' I IU'TBIC
iiiiWtW," AN ILLUSTRATED JOUR
..M. WHICH IH 1TRLISUKD
I OR FREE DISTRIBUTION.
TT TREATS upon HEALTH, HYGIENE, and
x ruyncui uiituro, and 1 a complete oncyclope
uia oi uuorniaiiou lor invaiius uuo moso who (uno,
from Nervous. Exhausting and Painful Diseases'
Every 'ihjct that bear iidol health ai.il human
bappiaes. receive attention in It page; and tbe
many ((iieatlon asked by lufToring invalid, wb
naveuirparea or cure, are auwered, andivaluable
information Is volunteered to nil bo arc la need ol
Tbe (object of Electric Belt versus Medicine, and
tbe hundred and one ijnestion of vital Importance
to sum ring nuuiaLity, are uuiy considered and ex
And others who suffer from Nervonnd phys
Debility, Los of Manly Vigor. Premature Exhau
Hon and the many gloomy consequences of early
inaiscreiiou. etc., are especially bcLi-nteu uy con
suiting Its content.
Tbe "ELECTRIC REVIEW expose the unmiti
gated fraud practiced by ouick und medical im
potior who profess to "practice medicine." and
point out the only safe, simple, and effective road
to m-aitii. igor ana liuuiiy t.nergy.
rtud jour nddrt on postal card for a copy, and
information worth thousand will bon-bt you.
Address, tb publiftcrs.
ITLVEiiMACHER GALVANIC CO..
Or. Eighth A Vim strets, Cincinnati, 0.
A Sjieiilv iaU'l Effectual Ctin1.
Perrv Davis' Pain-Killer
Hat Hood tLe xm of FORTY YEARS' trial
D.rectloLS. with each Dottle,
SOLD II V ALL IJUUGGI31'!?
IVlVTrillUu'AI, AGENTS tverrwhere
' ' ' 1 ' to fell Tea. Coffee, Baking I'ow
i, t .aturii.it c:tiCf. etc.. by f&mp. to faml
He. Profit good, d itfit fr.e. PEOPLE'S TEA
CO.. Box S'V, St. Louis. Mo
1 4 STOP ORGANS uvi.ic. boxed and
hipped, onlr New Pianos, f'.'lto ll.u".
rf.MnUt.n.u.er offer lliustr&t'-d Ire. Addrc
liatiti r. lieiity, atbli.'tm, . J.
AC'-nts Want'd '"r Smith's Bintx Lii'ti.'vai.t and
m'wN b riCTOKIAL IIII'.LES
Address, 'or Circular, A J. Hoikas A Co.. Ptila
TJie New Food
Malt Bitters Company,
B I T T EES.
T'n not C(inl".tJ thl Match'.e. Renovator of
LfV-blc and Exhausted Constitution with io
lent calhartl' dei of hock of vi.e drug. and rttno'i
llitoi'.caut ii.L.icentiy latwled.'" MALT BITTER
appeal to popular confidence because prepared
from I'bfvrmected .Mail. Hupp and quinine and
othfr precious lLgreCit-bt. according to Llehig
and are ru her in the element that restore to per
mauent health the wea. convalescent, contuiub
1:ve. o.cr worked, nervous, sleepier. dyp, p'.ic.
hiMo'in, and tie ItJe in appetite, thau ail othtr forrm
ol Malt or Medicine. The if name ar-- nia.nir n.-n-
ed br the companv Sold ev, rvv. here. MALT
HITTERS COMPANY. HUSTON .MASS.
Facts Worth Knowing
GINGER. r.rcnU, MANDRAKE. STILLINGIA.
and maur other of the bed medicine known arc
o ikiilPtlly combined In PARKER'S t. INGE It
TON It a to make It the t'a''H bLWU j i,
The IU'st Jlealtli anil Strcntrtli Ufstorer
So perfect 1 the composition of PARKER'S (. !N-
GER TONIC that no tlieavcau locf exict where
it l ncd If rou have dyneiiii, headache, rben
tnatloro, mnralijlH. howel. kidney, or liver dieonli-r
or if yo'i need a nv.Id ttnuuiant. or appetizer, me
Tonic I JuM the medicine foryo-.i. a it i bichiv
i 'irative and InviL'omiinr but never intoxicatini:
'fry a fifty cent bottle, our druiln't can b ippiy
WHOLESALE WINES AND LlOJoRS.
1 SMYTH it CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Durif in
Fureiirn and Domestic Lienors
WineH ol" all Kinds'.
. s. NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH CO., have con.tantly a
lame dock of the bext good In tbe market, and
eire epeclal nttcntlou to the wbolualu brunch of
4 1 CLANCY,
( lioiee "Wines and Liquors,
OLD I10URL0N' AND RYE WHISKIES,
French Branch, Etc.
No. 137 Oliio Levpo.
Ojicn at nil Hours, Day autl Kifflit,
BAMD INSTRUMENT CATALOQOE,
;'urfmr,iiaiit ni,i n J Sift
li.itriiuii'iiu. kiu.ii,. Huit.. w ..A.1S
C'H, Hi ln, I'uurb.a, IN m. i
uid lli. r,.ii.. r-.,..wJti.-.i.v .'tl
l.mni, KiiuiiN, awl (tin.
tut onutilui NO yu-t tit
iruwnuii tm nir Myiiridiu.
1 Unllnl IWNh A'M
lyon UEii.v, im rum mi licju, in
AOENTS WANTED t oll tbo 11 f ot
GEN. AV. S. HANCOCK
by tlovnioran Jonrtinllt author and man of letters
Col. J . UN W. KuRNKY. Tb alandiird ou the
iibjift, mid a urntid moditl of bloirrnphlcal lltera
lure, The only iiuthnrtccd and authentic work.
Kully'lliKlraled. Send fllly cent at nneo for otit
jll Rut IcrHi. C. II LILMNGHTON f'O.,
l'ulic.Cur., Sixth and l'lueSU., bt.Loul, Mo.
THE DAILY BTOLETIN.
SOME LEADING QUESTIONS.
A younij man who looked as if ho bad a
heap of tilings on Lis mind, lut who strug
gled hard to appear outwardly calm, put a
live dollar bill on the desk of a Detroit
lawyer the othtr day, and said:
"I want to atk you a few leading ques
tions." "Go ahead," was the reply, as the money
was quickly thrust out of sight.
"If I am engaged to a girl, and I go
back on ber, what can the do?''
'Sue you tor breach of promise."
"But if she goes back cn me, w hat can
"Hunt up another."
"Vm! Suppose I have presented her
with a two-dollar fan, a pair of bracelets, a
parasol and a ring?''
"Then she's so much a head."
"If I believe that her infatuation for an
other is but a passing whim,and I flourish a
revolver, and talk of suicide, what then?"
"Her father will probably pick you up
and throw you into the first rnudpuddle."
"Urn! Suppose I had presented her
mother with a twenty shilling umbrella?"
"Then she'll keep dry."
"And her eldest brother with an accor
dion!" "Then he'll worry the neighbors."
"Suppose, sir, I had, for the sake of mak
ing myself solid with the old man, pre
sented him with sixteen dollars' worth of
"He'll set him upon jou if you have any
"Um! Hive I no redress?"
"Yes, sir; go and lick the prairie ranger
who has stolen away your girl's tffections."
"Glad to bear it. I'll defend your case
for twenty dollars."
"Come to think of it, he is a bigger man
than I arn."
"Then let him lick you, and I'll make it
cost him City dollars!"
"Um! Ill think of it."
"Um? Office hours from tight a. m. to
6ix p. m."
And the young man troubled with inward
agitation, took himself out. Ex.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indis-cn-tions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I
will scud a recti pe that will cure you,
free of charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary in South
America. Send a self-addressed enevlope
to the Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station D,
New York City.
The Florence Nigutingale of the
Ncrseuv The following is an extract
from a letter written to the German Reform
Messenger, at Cham1trsbr.rgli, Ptnn:
Just i pen the dor for her, and Mrs.
Winslow will prove the American Florence
Nightingale of the Nursery. Of this we
are so sure, that we will teach our "Susy"
to say, "A blessing on Mrs. Winslow" for
helping her to survive and escape the grip
inc, colic-king, and teething stige. Mrs.
Window's Soothing Syrup relieves the
child from pain, and cures dysentery and
diarrlm a. It softens the gums, reduces
intiammatiftn, cures wind coiie, and carries
the infant safely through the teething
period. It performs precisely what it
professes to perform, every part of it noth
ing less. We have never seen Mrs.
Winslow know her only through the
preparation of her "Soothing Svrup for
Children Teething." If we had the power
we would make her, as she, is. a physical
savior to the infant race. Sold by all
dru'iris'.s. 23 cents a bottle.
"Swayne's Ointment and Fills." The
greatest remedies the world has ever known
curing the moft invtterate case of skin
diseases, such as tetter, salt rheum, scald
head, Imrbe's itch, sores, all crustv. scaly
skin eruptions, and that distressing com
plaint, itchinu piles. As a blood purifier
and regulator, Swayne s Tar and Sarsapa-
rilla Pills are excellent. Cure sick and
nerveous headache, dyspepsia, indigestion,
ward off malarial fevers, cleansing the sys
tem and bowels of nil impurities, restoring
to healthy activity every organ of the body.
Price 125 cents a box. five boxes $1. Oint
ment 50 cents, three boxes f 1.25. Can be
sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price. Address letters. Dr. iswayne it s-on,
350 North Sixth .Mrcet. Philadelphia.
Sold by all leading druggists. (2)
Mohawk. Feb. 25, 170.
Win. M. Giles A- Co., 120 West Broad
way, N. Y.. Dear Sir: Enclosed please
find a check for one quart of your Lini
ment. I use it f-r almost everything, and
I know it to be the best I know ot or have
seen tried. It prevents nil discoloration?.
from bruises, and in neuralgia, hendaches,
etc., it is king. When you struck Iodide
Ammonia, vou struck a bonanza, and a bio-
one, too. Send the Liniment to the address
of II. II. Ranney, Mohawk, N. Y.
Profitable Patients The most won
derful and marvelous success in rases where
persons are sitk or wasting away from, a
condition of niiseniblcness, that no one
knows what ails them, (profitable patients
tor doctors) is obtained by the use of Hop
Bitters. They begin to cure from the first
done and keep it up until perfect health
nnd strength is restored. Whoever is af
flicted in this way need not suffer, when
they can get Hop Bitters. Cincinnati Star.
Tub Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
Mich. Will send their celebrated Electro-
Voltaic Belts to the nftlicted upon ilO days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They
menu what they say. Write to them with
The bone and muselo producing malt,
the. nerve-quieting hop, the superb mala
rial antidote, quinine and other precious
nirredients, combine without fermentation,
tiro the ingredients of "Malt Bitters, pre-
pri'ou oy tne Malt Hitter company.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
LIFE AND HEALTH.
A "Wonderful Hemedy.
The Groat Internal and External Rem
T HEVMAT1SM, NEURALGIA. MALARIA,
Jt LMpbtheria. I'ncumo la. Sore Throat, Inflam
mation of tbe Lune. Jcc , Lame Rack. Inflamma
tion of tbe Kldnev. Ilitckache, J't'c. Runlon or
nore-nea of the Hot irom whatever cante. Ham
or Staid, and ail Inf.ainmiitorj Iiieae. Prickly
H.-iat. Humor and ail d!eues of tbe tkin. for
ail female complaint and w taknecce it bus no
e;unl. Thotieanda bate been raved from an un
timely death by it nee. Do not delay, but try it
It )ahoueboldnecetty. Full particnlur. In
our illuminated card and circulur. ent free,
upon application bv mall.
A tr.al will .benefit yoti. We puarnotee atifac
tion or money refunded. Price. ?)c. and gl per
bottle. Trial bottles 25c. Sold by all drne;iii!B.
SiSUlL GZKHT A CoHl'ANV,
Proprietor. Ilroadway, New York
Qt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
coLctuLtiy on tar-d
At Seventy-five cente per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "tr;n.rt.iif"are eor,rfe fttvitf and make
the beet firmer wood for cooking purport a well
a the cheapen ever oid in Cairo. For black
mlth' ne in rettlns tire, thev are unequalled.
Leave your order at the Tenth trtet wood yard.
: r. n
ALL SIZES AND STYLES,
MaLfJucturi r of and Dealer in Alo
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
yilX K1NI or ,11 B Wol.K 6CNB TO 0BDEB jJJ
SO. :, EIOHTH STEEET.
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THE CITY
aOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PAT1EK & CO.
Cor. Nineteenth treet and I r.iii.rt Til
Commercial Ave.. f HUH), 111,
Lawn Mower Co.
Of Ilfirtlord, Conn.,
MANTFACTVRERS CP THE
and CHARTER OAK
Thci) Mower hn?e become celebrated throuub
out tbo World, where lawn ctiltivaied, a be
ing tbe mot perfect and derirhblc Law Mewci
everninilo. Tbey tai:d at the head of thollrt of
Lawn Mowei in the f. S. and Europe. Tbey con
tain nil the improvement that experience tu ihelr
inanufiictiire cun ii.'Ket; are beautifully flulhed.
thoroiichly made, and do plendid work' on every
variety of lawn.
Hand Mower Size, from 8 to 13 Inclie. Tony
and Horae btzui, ti4, -M aud : inchei. Kurd for
tOLD BY OUR AGENTS EVERYWUERK.
MORGAN P A It K
Moritan Pui'k, Ctxk Co., Ill ,
A Cbrlctlnn family achool for boy. Location at
tractive, Educational facilltlea unarpaed. He
lou heRln Heplember 7ll, 1W0, Fr full lnfor
uatlou eud fat cutuloeno.
THE WEEKLY RVLLETITt.
The Weekly Bulletin.
PUBLISHED OX MONDAY
FORTY -EIGHT COLUMNS
82.00 Per Annum
1.50 to Clobs of Five and Upward
DIXON SPRINGS, ILL.
1 cow opened for the reception of either
or thotc needing a
Thee pr!ne ate noted lor their health eivlnR,
InviL'oratinir. medicinal nronertie. aud are itu.
ated in a hiib, kealtby locality, and are (urrouLded
Cool. C'.eaant crove. nice croonet eroiim'n
Room are ail furnicbed with new furniture aud
heddinc. The table will he npplied with the
very ne-i tne country anoru. .no paine will be
partes to five raiiriaciion to tne KUert.
A Good StringBand,
na been secured for the entire eaon. Board $f
jicr ec rii-uuiruu io laruilie.
J. R. BROWN, Proprietor.
"1V 1 "Si ril buine now before th( nnh.
It il f I 1 lie. You can make money
I 3 I A k ) I auylhinij elne. Capital not
"" rentiired. Wo will Mart you.
SI- a day and upward niade
at bom by the indutriou. Men, women, boy
and eirl wanted everj'where to work for u. Now
i the time. Yon can devote your w hole time to the
work. or only your pare moment. No other
butine will nav vnn niarlvna w. n. 'nimin.
ihg to work can fail t make enormoti pay by en
kwiuij! hi iuee. v oMiy oumi ana term tree.
n (.-rem ojioruiuiiy lor maKlllR money eaHT and
honorablv. Addre TRT'K A k
JUU AND COMMISSION.
FLOl'R, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hkrhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Baltimore Female College.
Thfiniltv Pnm.ln IVII...... I.. Un...l.l K...
A . J ,w (jv lu in y inilil III, LUIir
tered In 1MU, with tbe power of conl'errlni: decree,
nu,. iii.,iniijr vuooweo ny me colle in Iphi, it Da
now hnllilltiiri. B,,.iu ..........I- i ....... ....
able Faculty, and all the appointment of a tlr0
clu inatltutton. Hoard aiid tiiiton. JJiHI. Mle
under twelve yearn, f.W. Catnloi;ue at thl office,
JJO TATENT, .NO PAY.
obtained for mechanical device, medical or other
compound, ornamental dcltrn. trade mark and
iKiiei. laveat. AiKlimutR, liitorlerencc, In
frlnsrmcnu. and nil matter. rolatltiK to Patent,
oroniptly attended to, We make prellmlnaiy ex-
nunaiion and Hirnl.h opinion a to patvulublll
f , free of charm, nnd ail who are Inturvated In new
jventlon and Patent, are Invited to end for a
opyof our "Uulde for obtiilulr.ir paten;," which
ltmt free to any adddre, ami contain complete
itructlon how to obtain patent and other valu
bio matter. Dnrlim the ia'. Ave vear wa hav
.ihtalned nearly three thouaand I'atoul for Ameri
can and Fore I )in inventor, and can Rive atifactory
nutireiicv mainioai lively county III tut' I llion.
Addrtn: LOUIS HAOOKH A CO.. Solicitor of
Pateuta nnd Attorney at Law, L Droit Building
Wabijgtan.D. 0. v
JULY 31, 1880.'
Wholesale and Retail
AND PAINT AND OIL DEALERS
Wholesale and Retail
Drills, Paints, Brushes, Window Glass, Brushes, Perfumery,
Fancy Goods, Etc., Etc.
No. 74 Ohio Levee.
RETAIL and FAMILY PRESCRIPTION STORE
Cor. Eighth Street and Washington Avenue.
GRAND PIANO COMPANY
311 and 313 Plum Street Cincinnati, Ohio.
GRAND SQUARE & UPRIGHT PIANOS
aM.bmtMSSM BCtln' ,WM,BeM' fw" aEd brilliancy of tone, and great
A fir.t-cla piano at a very moderate price. Send for illuitrated catalogue.
GRAND PIANO CO.
Nob. 311 and 313 Plum Street, Cin'ti, O.
DMINIsTRATOifS fcALE OF RKAL S
Public notice i hereby (,-iven that by virtue of a
Judgment aud order of the county court of Alexan
der county. Illiuot, made and entered at the Juiy
term thereof, A. D. in a caue wherein Jacob
KiL'Kie, administrator of the estate of William M
Atherton, deceived. 1 plaintiff, and Jnda Atberton
FranclD. Athertou, Ihoma J . Craip. Jame M
Craig. Elzada Finch, Emma Craig, Alice Craig
Mary Craig. Maria J. Ricg.e, France M. Athertou
Hezekiah M . Atberton. Rebecca J. Atherton. Lulu
j. Atnenon, lllinm J. Atherton, K'len Young
Elizabeth Wicker. Eliza M. Peeler, John Godwin
Joeph Godwin, Frances Young, Smith Young,
James i. Hntaon, Fordlce Ireland. Jame P. Coil
and Daniel Lince. are defendants, for the ale of
real estate to pay the dents of the said deceased
William H. Atherton, I. the nndersigned adminis
trator, Jacob Rlggle. wlil on Thursday, tbe Jtith day
ui aupri, .a. v. Jiv ', ai wie nour Ol 10 o CloCK n,
m.. at the DeDotof the Cairoand St. T.nnU mil
road company, at Hodge' Park in aid county, pro-
cu vu.eii m ioiumc sa.u 10 uie IligDesl LlUUer tne
following described real estate, uiimelv:
The n w n w of S ti. T M, S R 1 west ; u w a w of
s . r i.i. m s west ; n e n e of s ;io, T 15, S K
S west ; the undivided '4 of these n e. S 34, T Is,
r newest; aniline unuiviueo oneiour;u or the
follow inc flescri tied tracts of laud, e V, n w i., 8 '.'I,
T Hi. S R i west ; n e w of S 21, T l'i, S R 2 we' :
n w eof S 'Jl.Tlii S R 3 west: ee of S 15, T
io. n H i!wet; all in Alexander county. Illinois,
and the following descnted lot in Hodge' Park
in said Alexander county: Lots No. 2, 4. and in
block 3: lot 7 in block 4; lot No. 2, 4 andtl In
blocks; lot No. 2.4 audtf in block ti; lot e and HI
tiiocKT; lots M'!. 4 end Km Mock ?; lot 8. block
14; lot No. U.5.7and 'iln block 15: lot ti block
M: lot No. 1, 3 and 5 in block 17; lot ti block 18;
lot 1 block Hi: lot 1 block ;'H: lots No. 1, s, 5 and 7
In block 21 ; lots No. 4 ami tl In block 22; lots Nos.
1 5, and Tin block 23; lots Nos 2, 4 and ti in block
24: and lot 10 In block Pi. for tbe ourpose of pav
ing tbe debts of the estate of said William 51, Ath
erton, d( Censed.
The trnis of sale will be one-third c.it-h down,
one third in fix mouths ai.d one-third in one year,
with notes, and also a niortgnge on tbe tbo real
estate sold, to secure the deferred payment, and
the notes to draw interest at rate ol .lx per cent
per an num. All sales lot ten dollars or less to be
paid down JACOB HIGGLE.
i airo. in., July 17, lai. Administrator:
SALE OF REAL ES
Public not ce is ben bv oven that bv virtue of a
judgment and order of the county court of Alex
ander county, Illinois, made and entered at the
June term thereof. A.I).. IWi. id a cause wherein
Ell.a J. Twetite, atlministtatrix of the etate of
Alexander Tweiite, deceased, Iwa pluiutliV, and
Ida C. Tw nte. Amos A T.vrnto. Asa D Twente.
Artur II. Twetite. Ezra .1. Twente, John II. Clark.
Fiaukliu Uitt.and Willlnm lolbert. wero defend
ants, for the sale of real ol real estate to pay the
debt of tbe ald AlcTander Twente. deceased. I.
the undersigned Administratrix as aforesaid, will,
on Weduesduy. the 25th day of August. 18, at
Eleven o'clock n. m , at tbe front dour of tbe court
house In Cairo, In said Alexander coiinlv, nrociud
o null at public sale, to the highest bidder, the
fiillowlni' described real estate, Iree and clear of
tbe (lower of the undersigned a widow of the said
deceased, name v
The undivided five sixth i -li) of the southeast
quarter of the northwest iUiir'er. and of tbo south
west iiarter of the northwest (pianer of section
twentv five I2.'il In towiishln fifteen, smith rHinrf.
No tliree t;)i west of the third principal meridian
in said Alexander county for the purpose of pay
ing the debts of said estate.
1 bo terms of sale ore. one half cash dow n, aud
the balance In one year with t nte. aud also mort
gage on the real estnte o!d to secure the deferred
piivmeut; mid note to bear Interest at the rate of
six per cent. ELIZA J. TWENTK.
Cairo, in,, iMiiv ., 1H.H0. Administratrix.
IN the district court oflbe I'nlted States, for the
Southern district of Illinois.
In Raukrnptcy, No, 112.
In the mutter of Ernest Relchnrt, Andrea Doll
ami David M. Kuowle. bankri'pls,. Notice I
hereby irlvn that n netltlon ha been tiled in ald
court by said David M. Knowles, lute of Cairn. Ill
Inols, now of Kftliighatn, In the county of Efllug
bain.lnsald district, duly declined bankrupt, un
der the net of emigres of March 2d, 1N.7. and tho
amendment thereto, for a dlaehargu und certlll
calo thereof, from all hi debt ami oilier claim
provable under suld net, and that tho 6th day of
Atlgut, A. I). 1KMI, at eleven o'clock A. M I us
lgned for a hearing of tbe same bv tbe said court
nt the ('lilted State court rowlii In tho city of
Stiringfleld, when and where all creditor of ai,t
bankrupt, aud all other person in Interest may at
tend and bnw cause, if any I bey have, why tbd
prayer of of said pctiton should not be granted.
M. 11. CUMVKIK,Clur!t.
Rrown Young, Bitornuv for plaintiff.
Dated at Sprliiglluld July 1st, A. D, m.
JOTICK OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
To the heir of Perrv Power, doruiiaprl. unit all
Nutlee I lierehvirtvnn Hint 1 will, at Ihi Aiiitmu.
tirm of the county court of Alexander county in
inu niuie oi uiiuoi, io-wu;un ins nixteoutri uay or
Aagtist, A. D. IS80, (11 o my dual aceotint a admin
Utmtor, with the will annexed, of thnetute of Per
ry Power, deceased, In said court aud ask for a set-
tinmen! nftha m anil fnr fnlt anrf Sn.l ilia.
charge from all further liability as administrator
of said rstate GEORGK FISHER,
Cairo, July WHO. Administrator.
" ... J u .. , unu.unu.QUU UV
capital riked. You can give tho
tii,.!,,UB. . r
fwuD.fcro n wiiuuui, expene.
The best onnortiinitv nfl-.,M tam
thnau wllir.,ff , ,.,n.l .1 1
,v nun, 1 UU BUOU1V
Irv tm.Smra ..lan .111 . '
.'If what yon can do at tbo buinc we nfier. Tin
room to explain here. 'Yon can devo.e all your
time or only your pare time to the bojine., and
make great pay fur .-very hour that yon work .
Vt omen make a much as men. Send for special
Private term and particular, which we mail free,
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BY COL. RUSSELL II. CONWELL.
Author of the Llfo of R B. Hayes, Life of Bayard .
With on introduction by
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Ex President of Williams College.
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