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AND OTHERS SEEK I NO
HEAL T H ,
Strength ami Energy,
WiniOI'TTHE T'HK OF Dltl'GH, ARR UK
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upon I1KALTI1. HYfilEXK' mid
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dia of Information fur invalid aud thou; Mho lufl'er
from Nervous. F.xhaiiHtlng and i'tti tiTnl Diseases.
Every subject that bear uduii health and human
happiaess, receives uttentiou In tts pages; and the
many qaertinoa asked by suffering invalids, wh
havedlspared ofs cure, are answered, and valuable
Information I volunteered to all who art; In need ul
The subject of K'.cctrlc Ileli versus Medicine, and
the hundred and on question of rltal Importance
to filTi rtu buinuuily, are duly considered and ex
plained. YOUNG MKN
Aid others who suffer from Nervous ami physical
teljllliy. Lom of Manly VI gor. I'ri niHturu Kx'baua
lion and the many gloomy consequences of early
Indiscretion, etc.. are tspecia.ly benefited by con
sulting It content.
T!i "ELECTRIC KEViiKW expose the unmiti
gated frauds practiced hy quick and medical Im
postors who prufes. to "practice medicine." and
points O'it the only safe, simple, and effective, road
to Health. Vigor aul l.odlly hnergy.
send yituraddrs .u postal cardfor a copy, and
information worth thousands will be sent you,
Address, the pub-Usher.
ITLVKKMACIIF.lt GALVANIC CO..
nysicai Liiiiurc, ami is it complete encvdo
Cur. Elslitli 4 Vllle Stn-r-tH. riririflllHti, 0.
A SpcHlv AUil Illeitttul Cure,
Perry Davis Pain-Killer
H Coo 1 the leu of FORTY YEARS' trial
Dlrcclic.Ls wltl, each Bottle.
HOI.O ilV AL.J. IJItt'OCJlS I S.
"ML AGENTS everwliere
l sell Tea, Coffee. iiakiliV Pow-
ui-r. t imu7i7tTir&c:ii. etc.. hy sample, to faml
lie, Prof.tg.iod. Outfit fr. PEOPLE b TEA
CO.. llux Vri'. M. Louis. Mo.
If you are suffcrircfron
ll.joo a !ed of M'kuifi
di"p!r.ted, Without clcur
If you are a minister
ae! f w Ith yutir pastoral dn
out ill care and work.
:oor health, or lar.
ake (Leer, for
f you feel w-iik
)' know ! t a why.
nill Revive Yoil.
aid have overtaxed your-
"a-;ora mother, worn
ne". wi 6,;ened hy the
ititUt: a amn of let-
-u!!:lne from any ir.aif-
''ic'. a It often the iafe,
hqi. on the farm, at the
tat your v'ein need
JiatUig without lnii.ll-
Hop Hitter w II
Iiyon are a mm of bus
strain of your everyda.
tcr. loillur ovi-r voir
Hop Bitter will
1 1 yen are young, ar.c
cre'ioB.' rare grow ag tiv
Hop Hitter Hi):
II yo-i hn- lu the worn
de. anywhere. t.d fe.
cl nn::ik-. ton.i.n c r c:lm
Hop Hitter 1'
If you are oil, ai,d yo-j-Bcrvi
Hop Hitter!, will
Hop 1'i'ter Mnntifwe
What Vitl Neeil
,fy If fi-eti.e. your
L'lve volt New L'fe
14 STOP OMAN'S
h:ip d. only New I'ianoc. '. ." to l.'M'.
t3ry".Mi(l!.rr mer fTer 1 ! ltit rnl d frte. Auilrt
Daniel K. He i:ty. W ai-hitt'oti, N. J.
Acent Wanted for Svir Hun r. Di'tiosaht and
A'drcf, 'or t'ln a!ar. A. J. 1Ii.han 4 Co.. 1'hf.a
Tlie New FucmI
Malt Bittkks Comi'axy.
JJ I T T K 31 S.
D' not confound thi Matchle Renovator (
Feehie and Kxl.aiiMeJ Coiititutiont with vli
lent cathartic ilecoctiot, of vile dru.uud r' ino'iH
intoxiiantu itinoeeiitiy "latieled." MALT HITTER
appeal to popular confidence teraue prepared
frm rnfcrmente.l Malt. HnV and quinine, nnd
other preciou. ni'.re'j.i nl. accoruti'ir to Lletile,
ut.il are richer in the element- that re.tor." to p.-l-nunei.t
he:., ih tl,e weaK. coiiviU bi cut. coi.ki.inp'
t !. over worked, nervous. i.leep..4. dopeptle,
liili'iui-. nnd t'i kle in aiipe'.ite. thiin nli other form
ol Mult or Medicine The fennine arc IiIaiiiIv utrn
ed t v the rotnpat.v. Si. id ever-. here. MALT
HITTERS COM FAN Y. HuMoN MAtrS.
Facts Worth Knowing
OIN'iER, lU'cnt. MANDRAKE. fTH.LINiilA
and many other of the hem iiiedicim known an
o skillfully combined in I'AHKEIt'S (.IM.KR
TOlCato make It the greateit 11LOOD I'l'KI-
Hhll II L(I
Tin Ik'st Health nml Sti-ciRjftli Ucsforcr
Ho m rfect I the comiioition of PARKER'S filN-
OER TONIC that no illecacciiu totii; exlt where
ttlftiU'd. ifvou have dvl'ei'ia, headnche. rheu
miitlm. netirulnia. bowel, kiilney. or llverdiorder
or ifyou need a mild ftimtilaut. or appetizer, the
Tunic i jutd the medicine for you, a It t highly
cuialive and lnvlaoratitiL' but never liitolcatinK.
Try a fifty cent bottle. Your druj;tit cnu supply
BAND INSTRUMENT CATALOGUE,
Infl.riiBinti. Uutk Mtilti. W ..1.5
Clin, U in, PnurbM. Pom- MiX IIu.i
a r-oiia, Prum Mnjori" Ktffrf 1.
? 11. p I... 1 ...
I.amm. Htkuil", tn(l Out
flu onuuibi ftirf of
inmrmattvn far mmtriifii i
iUllf-4 fW AtMiril
LYON HEALY, 163 Butt bl., Ulcu, U
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Choice Wines and Liquors,
OLD BOUREON AND RYE WHISKIES,
French Brandy, Etc.
No. 137 Ohio Ievpp.
Open at all Uours, Day and Niffht,
5" . .. .
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Thursday Eveni.no, Aug. 12th, 1880.
The weather in cool timl pleasant tinno
the rain, uuJ a drying wind has dried up
the mud, leaving roads and streets in an
Buninebs continues very quiet with little
prospect, of improvement until after the
first of September.
FLOUR The market is dull and weak.
Stocks are heavy and the demand is light.
HAY The local demand 1ms been suf
ficient to clear out all receipts. Choice
new sells readily on arrival at 114.00.
CORN Quiet and unchanged' Trices
rule firm as quoted.
OATS A better feeling pervades this
branch of tho market and prices have a
tendency to advance.
MEAL Quiet and easy.
DHAN Plenty and unchanged
BUTTER Firm and unchanged fur
choice. Common and Southern Illinois is
EGGS We note a steady and firm mark
et with stiiT prices.
POULTRY Fair demand for all re
POTATOES No salts are made on con
signment. The local trade is supplied from
wagons at 2-j ctn. per bushel.
PEACHES Receipts are small and sales
of choice are readily made.
GRAPES The supply is fair and sell
readily in baskets at iXfjl cts.
TOMATOES The market is fully fup
plied and sales slow.
W ATE R M E LO N S Full supply and
weak in price.
hralos and Quotation??.
NOTE. The uricen ttre given arc lor tale from
firet hand lu round lot. An advai.ee it
charged for broken lot in BiliLsor r.
jor bb!, Vanotii 4 wo;, tr,
IV) various i 0 fe 'i
li " fancy r iK
Jio eoimtry, choice 4 M
ldo XXX 4 V)
M " Fanty 510
1 car old Timothy 13 ofi
J cars Choice tew Timothy 14
1 car mixed . 10 to
3 car mixed in bnlk.
2 car while in bulic....
.tear mixed in bulk
4.0t''ack white p. t. ..
S car tew In bn'.k ,
i car new in f&ck...
1 car" new ia Lu.k. ...
cara choice is hulk...
vn l,b'. City
l' bu. Country. K.
1 car it tack. .
1 car in hulk....
IV II EAT.
15 pkr Choice Northern
'.fo ll'. choice Norttiern.
'AO pound f
H0 dozen .
', V do.m..
Live, per do.
H coop upring
5 coop ln-n.
i coojia choice tpricg chicken.
'Mi 1 :s
per bushel ...
New. per DW ....
New per bu.hel
S. C. llain.cauviised. .
11 0ft,ll VJ
Clear Hide.... ,
Clear Rib Sides
fct. John t '')
Ohio River none
!) ounce hurliip.ii buhel..
Oat ack,ti biiHhela
Peactie. halve and nnarters
C'holco nary $1
Choice medium 1 t
CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST
rommon Lur f i Vi
Oood luga 4 m( 4 Ml
wiw i,ear ; 4 .(, ft vi
(iood Leaf. 7 V w
Medium Leaf 1 'Ml, 7 "to
RATES OP FREIGHT.
Grain per Cw t
Hay per Cwt
Hour per bhl
I'ork per bhl
On Fowler .I'adticali
I'arlC. Brown Cincinnati
Kohl n St. Loiil
Jo. II Illuky h: Loui
hanniu Tatuin i'uducah
Ou Fowler I'adticnh
Pari C. Brown New Orieuni
ranuio latum , ,St. Loui
Stage of river 11 feet C inches; a full
of 1 inch.
The Ste. Genevieve was light for St.
The Annie P. Silver went up ou one
The Cons Millar will follow the Parker
I lie City of Alton, for New Orleans,
should arrive to-night.
1 he P. C. Iirown added largely here,
and got away at 4 p. m.
i lie Colorado found a good deal of
freight here for Memphis.
The i annie Tatum added ten thousand
fed of lumber here for St. Louis.
I lie Commonwealth had a good trip
for Vic ksburg, and got her share of busi
I he Golden City re-shipped her Ohio
river freights by rail and river, and went to
St. Louis to come out in the Anchor line.
The Gus Fowler took considerable
treight re-shipped bv the Golden City for
Ohio river points between here and Evans-
The James I). Parker was at Taducah
when the Fowler left. She probably ar
rived some time last night. There was
some freight awaiting her here.
Ihe virgie Lee has gone into the
Evansville and Cincinnati trade in general
opposition to everybody. Fare has been
reaucea irom tvansville to Porkopolis to
f 2.00. Plenty fiun for Melican man, but
like hell hurt tor boatee.
fLIrE A.-1) HEALTH.
.A "Wonderful liemedy.
SAFE AND SURE.
The Great Internal and External Kern
TJHF.U.MA1TSV. NEURALGIA. MAI.ARI
It Diphtheria. I'n.'vmo in. Sore Throat, Inflam
mation of the Lii!ii. Arc Lame Lin k, lull 11111 ma-
lion of the Kidney. Backache. Pile. Bunion or
soreneii-of the Feet fn m w butevi-r taune. Burn
or :ta:ciii. anil nil iimoir.miiii rj t'leeaces. rrickly
ti.iat liumor ana an iMeare ot the kin. For
all female complaint and weakncfH It ha no
muai. 1 noufami Dave reen nived rrom an un
timely death by it uie. Do not delav. but trv it
It I a honebold nece?tty. Full particular, in
.ir iiiuuiiuaieu earn anu ciretilur, ent free,
UJIUU lllfllll ititou ii. innii.
A trial win netittltyou. We tniarautee ntl(.fac-
non or money reiuniei. rriee. VK-. and $1 per
uume. iron uiHui'e .ic. noin ny an (!mi.'-.sli.
Sami el (iElir.V it COMI'ANV,
Proprietora. SIT Broadway. New York
buine now tielore the pul-
iie. iou can mane money
farter at work for u than at
anyihiri; ele. Capital not
reipnrea. H e will trt you.
91-J dllV unit I1IiU'H.1b mu.l..
at homu by the indiiHtriou. 'Men. women, boy
and tlrl wanted everywhere to work for 11. Now
i the time. You can devote vour whole time to the
work, or only your par. 'moment . No other
hunue will pay you uenrlya w. 11. Noor.u will-
iue 10 worK can inn ta make eiiormon pay by en
caitine ut once, Cotlv outilt and ti.rm ir.,a
A treat opportunity for making money easily and
honorably. Adore TRUE A- CO-. Aiijjuftn .Maine.
(1ti av r TOu10A YEAR,
l I L 4 II I J" a day In vour own
lN I m M I N rink Women dc
n v than th amount
or a to
11 ao a well
Rhovp. No one run full in
mime money inn. ,Sny one can do the work. Yon
can make Iroin Vic to $J an hour bv devoting vour
ML'ulll.ti.a u.t.l .1. ... .1... 1 .
.......... n(l ri'fliu nun: io me oiiiue. H COt
nolhliii! to try tho burttie. Nothing like it for
money making evurollered before. HiminetH plea
an', and rtrlctly honorable. Reader, if you want to
" ii ni'oui vne net paying liuine tietoro the
ouonc, enu u your andre and we will end you
full particular and private term fre;amplt
worth M nlo free; you can then make up vonr
........ 1... .nr.,111. Aiiure utuitui. sustbUci
a, id., 1 oniann, .Miitne,
Morgan Patrk, Cook Co., 111b ,
A I hrtrtlnn Tamlly cbool for boy. Location at
tractive. Educational facllltle ansiirpiiHHcd. Hes
lon begin September 7th, lKNoV For full infor-
uiiuiou reuuior cilluioguo,
NO PATENT, i0 PAY.
ontaincu ror mechanical devices, medical or other
compouutiB. ornamental designs, tiado-marka and
laiieis. taveam, Assignments, interferences, In
fringements, and all mutters ndatln to Pateuts,
wn. lining uiiaiuifu 10. niaKe preiinnnaiy ex
mlnattons and furnish opinions as tn patentablll
f, free of charge, and all who are Interested in new
iventlons and 1'atenls are invited to aend for a
opyof our "Outdo for obtaining patenta," which
1 sent free to any adddrcss, and contain complete
istructlons how to obtain Patents and other yalu
hlu matter. Durlna tha tia'. fiv vn h..n
obtained nearly throe Ihoiisand Patents for Ameri
can and Foreign inventora, andean give satisfactory
refiirencea in almost every county tn the I'nlon.
Addross; LOUIS 8AO0KR 4 CO., Solicitors of
Patents and Attorneys at Law, La Droit llulldlng
" USUI JIJIITUI it V t
t. aV 0
a 't. a
R SMYTH it CO.,
Whoicnlc and Retail Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
ESSRS. SMYTH A CO.. have connuntlv a
large tocl; of the hert good in the market, and
give ciieclal attention 10 the wholesale branc h of
AGENTS WANTED to cll tho !L,ile ot
GEX. W. S. HANCOCK
by tbeve'cran JoiirnallM nnthor andmnu of letter
Col. JiTIN W. FORNEY. Tho tandard on the
ul ject. and a grand model of biographical litem,
ture. The only uuthorizid and authentic work.
Fully lllu'trated. Send filty cent at once for out
fit. Bert term. C. H. LfLLINtTON CO.,
l'uh.,Cor., Sisthand I'lnust . St. Loui. .Mo.
EAV YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IX THE CITY
300DS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIER Sc CO.
Cor.Nineteenth treet and I
Commercial Ave.. (
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Mutiulucttirer of and Dealer IcAleo
TIN, COPPER cfc SHEET-IRON WARE
jy ALL KINDS Or JOB WORK HOKB TO OKDEIt.1
X0.27, EIGIITn STREET,
YOCUM & BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
C-VIKO - - ILLS
31 ILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hjj?hest Cash Price Paid for Whest.
C. AV. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindlinjr
constantly on hand
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At due dollar per load.
The ,,tr'mmlnes"an coarss havlnc?s and makn
the best summer wood for cooking purposes as well
aa me cnesm-si rriir sum in lairo. ror n aca
smlih's use In sotting tire, they are nnequalled.
teuvo your orocn at me Tenth struct rooa yra.
AVliolestle and Itetail
AND PAINT AND OIL DEALERS
Wliolosalo and Hetail
Drugs, Paints, Druslies, Wimlow Glass, Drusliesrerfumery,
Fancy Goods Etc., Etc.
iSTo. 74 Ohio Levee.
KETAIL and FA3IILY PKESCRIPTION STORE
Cor. Eighth Street and Washington Avenue.
111 iiiiii.ii ilium
GRAND PIANO COMPANY
311 and 313 Plum Street Cincinnati, Ohio.-
GRAND SQUARE & UPRIGHT PIANOS
darahni'yre eTcnnce of action, aweetnerc, power and brlllioncy of tono, and pent
A firt-claf piano at a very moderate price. Send for illtutrated catalogue.
GRAND PIANO CO.
N'oa. 311 and 313 Plum Street. Cin'ti, O.
SALE OF REAL ES-
XX TA It.
Public notice 1 hereby L-iven that bv virtue of a
Judgment and order of the couuty court of Alexan
der county, Illiuol, made and entered at theiluiv
term thereof, A. i). 1), In a 01111' w herein Jacob
Higgle, administrator of the eMute of William M.
Atherton, detenHcd.iiplaiutln". and Juda Atherton,
FranciD. Atherton.lhomu J. Craig. Jame M.
Craig. Elzada Finch, Emma Craig, Alice Craig,
Mary Craig, Maria J. Hicgle, France M. Atherton,
HezektabM. Atherton, Rebecca J, Atherton. Lulu
J. Atherton, William J. Atherton, Elleu Young,
Elizabeth VMcker. Eliza M. Peeler, John Godwin,
.lo-eph Oodwiu, Frances Young, Smith Young,
Jame F. HutMin, p'orriice Ireland, Jamer P. Coll
and Daniel Leiice, lire defendutit, for the alu of
real estate to pay the debts of tlie aid du?tued
niiam .. Attiertou. I. the iinderHlgned ailmlni
trutor. Jai-oblilggle. will on Thursdny, the -tith day
01 .iiiL'iiri, a. u. iNi-i, at iihi dour 01 ui o clock a,
m,. at the Depot of the Cairo and St. Loui rail
roan company, at uooge i-arn in mm county, pro-
ceeu 10 en ai Biinnc nue to tuu uignesi Dtauer tne
lonowHigucfrritietl real estHte. namely:
1 he u w 11 w ot S li, T Pi, 8 li 1 went ; n w w of
s i'), 1 15. S K 4 wet ; n e u e of S l, T IS, S R
J wert ; the undivided 'i of the a c n e. S 34. T n,
S KJwen: and the undivided one-fourth of the
following decribed tract of land, e 4 u w '4 S gl,
T Hi, S R a wert : n e w of S -il, T l'i, S 1(2 went :
n w e of S 31, T Hi S R i wert : g e e of S 15, T
ID. K J went: all in A eiiinder county. I no la.
and the following deecriled lot in Hodge' Park
in uid Alexander cotintv: Lot No. 2. 4. and 8 In
block 3: lot 7 In block 4": lot No. 2. 4 and H In
block 5: lot. No. 2.4 imdS In block li: lot 8 and til
block!; lot No. 4 and in block S; lot 8. block
14; lot No. :), 5. "and !)in block ir; lot block
HI: lot No. 1. 3 and .1 In block 17: lot tl block 18:
lot 1 block l!i: lot1block-.il: lot No. I. 4. 5 unci 7
in block 21 : lol No. 4 an l In block 2-J: lot No.
1 and 7 in block 23: lot No- 2. 4 and IS lu block
tl: and lot 10 111 block l'i. lor the nurooao ofnav.
Ii:gthedebtcil theertate ol mid William M. Ath
The terma of rale will bo one tblrd cvh clown.
one third in ix month and one-third in one year,
Willi ni.t.'M. ItllH ..1... 1, nii.plihi.ru .... lw. li... ....!
e-tute old, to necure the deferred pavnient. and
the note to draw liiten t ut rate of rtx per cent
per ar.uiim. All alcs lor ten dollar or le to be
paid down. JACOH RIOGI.K.
Cairo. 111., July 17, IM-o, Admittlxtrator.
SALE OF REAL ES
Public. not!ce i hereby lmvcii that bv virtue of a
Judgment and order of the county court of Alex-
aiiiier countv, iiiinoi. niMle unci entered at the
June term thereof. A. D., lNl, m a caiisu wherelu
hliraJ. Tweiite, administratrix of the estate of
Alexander Twenty, decun-ed. Iwas plulntilV. and
Ida C. Twi lite, Amos A. T.vente. AnD. Twente.
Artur 11. Twente, Kra J. Tweute, Johu II. Clark,
franklin Ililt. and William lolhert, were defend
ants, for the saieof real ul real estate to pay the
debt cf the said Alexander Twente. deceased. I,
the nmlersli'iiei in mliustratrlx as afon sa Id. wi II.
011 Wednesday, the 2Mb day of August. Is8', ut
Lie ven o clock a. m., at the front door of the court
house in (.aim, in said Alexander countv. proceed
o sell at public ale, to the highest bidder, the
follow-in? described real estate. Iree and clear of
the dower of the undersigned a widow ol the said
Theuudivlded five sixths ( of the sontheast
quarter of the northw est quarter, nnd of the south
west quarter of the northwest quarter of section
twentv five i2"i) in township lll'tecn. sotch tango
No three (Si west of the third principal meridian
in said Alexander county for the purpose of pay
ing the debts of said estate.
The terms of sale are. me half cash down, and
the balance In one year with note, and also mort
gage on the real estate sold to secure the deferred
payment; mid nolo to bear interest at the rate of
six per cent. ELIZA .1. TWENTE.
Cairo, III,, duly 17, in.. Administratrix.
Whereas. John P. Onmble and Ell;:a J. Oamble.
his wife, did by their deed of trust hearing dutu
April 27th. A. I). . 1H74. and recorded tn the record
er's office of Alexander county, Illinois, April -th
A.I). 1S14. in book "II'' of deeds, pagu one. etc.,
convey to the undersigned trustee, the follow ing
described real estate situate In the City ol Cairo,
County of Alexander and statu f Illinois, to wit:
Lot one (1 1 two (2), three (Si, four (4, five (,M, six
(Hi, seven (71, eight (81. nine (II), unci ten (10), lu
block numbered eight (V), iu the first addition to the
Cilyof Cairo. Illinois, 111 trust toseciro the pavnieut
of acortaiu promissory note In said daod ot trust
described; and whereas default has been made in
the payment of said note, and said nolo remalus
long since past due and unpaid ;
Now, therefore, 011 application of the legal holder
of said note, notice Is hereby given that the under
signed trustee will, on Saturday the 4th day of Sep
teiuber. A. I)., Ishi atthe door of the court house
In said county of Alexander and State of Illinois,
at tho hour ol'2 o'clock p. m.,of said day offer for
sale and soli, at pnbllo auction. o the highest bid
der, for cash, 'he abovo described real estate tn nnv
and satisfy tlie amount of principal and interest
dan upon said note, WALTER HV SLOP,
Cairo. 111.. duly gw, ihso. Trustee,
Green & Gilbert, attorney!.
a week In yonr own town, 5 outfit tree. No
risk. Header. If von want a business at
which Derion ofsltber sei ran niak irreat
Bay all the time the? work, write for pnrtliulari to
,. HALLETT A CO.. Portland. V
Matior IUInoia Alexander County .
In the circuit court of Alexander county, Sen
temher term. 18HO.
City National Hank of Cairo v. Caroline E. Mor
ri in herown right, and a executrix of Wm. II.
Morri, deceased: Carrie W. Morri, Fredericks.
Aiorrl. Charles II. Morria and Marguerite E. Mor
ri. Hill to foreclose mortgage.
Notice Is hereby given ol the pendency of thtt
above stilt, and that the time and place of the return
of rtiminous In tnecae 1 on the first day of the next
term traid court, to be holden at the court honso
In the City of Cairo In said County, on the third
Mondayof September next. JollN A. REEVE
.. . , . ... t'le'k f "Id Court.
Cairo, III.. August Kth.lSl.
Green Gilbert, Solicitors for Complainant.
A Kent e I
LIFE AND ADVENTJ-RES
tmtod a nii . a n,rs
The Noted Western Outlaws. By Hon. 3. A.
Dac.11. Ph. D. A true and thrilling account (illus
tratediof their hold operations for 18 jc-ars in tO
different states and territories bnllling detective
and official of the law. Rest selling In ok of the
year. Id 1)0(1 sold in three months. ) cents for
onillt; Jl.Nlfor samplo copy. Liberal terma to
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