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Aid th unual Pnrgatlvea, In pleamut to take,
Arii will jiiovp at hih'c Oi rncit potent nu I h.trnilehit
fc.vslem KiiHtor uwl iaiiMr thai ha jrt
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Be f ore Pimcn! ttQ ANY FORM or So-Caued
Smul. or Aiipharico rfirrktntrtHirur'' Vi'rvmi.,('lir''iii:
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in Krniiriwn, CiU., fur II. hi I'm I'niai ) 1 -1 ami
"The Klretuu Iti 1 lew," Hirt )i ii mil mn- it""', fa'dth
linl mwi. Tin- P. II. C(i. .11. Hie civ ii nli't 111 lii-lc
Uin Llt-oiric Aiiiuiii'i iiii Urn Aitii-rinati ContitjfhL.
CONSUMPTION, Co UGIIS,
COLDS, ASTHMA, ( HOW.
All diamines of tlio Throat, Lungs lJ I'lmonarr
USE ACCOUDI.NC '' DIUECTIOXS.
Allen's Lung Balsam.
WAUTCn KITALJTS,rywtrtUl!l T.a,
II An I L.U '" 1 1. finer
iMfii. .tr., Ia nu., ir, l riiiiiiwi. I'ftiM
a, imiu b, ftvolt't Ittlhlm tt'Ai.ki. U,i,
5 Outfit sent free 10 tlioe who wU tu en
gage iti t be nioet plvaiarit and irorlt.iile
liufincm) known. Evi-rvihini? 11 w.
Capital not required. We will furuifh
everything. $lo dnyatid upwards yet
eaplfv tnailc without n.ivn.ir hhav l-mn
home over night. No ri-k whatever. Mu"y new
worker bunted at once. Many are mil kiu it fort
unes at the huniin-. Lmllm'miike an much ne
men, and 1 oung ojr and girls mane treat pay. No
onu who it wllllug to work fail to nuke more
woucy every day than ran l,e made 1 11 a week at any
other employment. Thoe who engage at onre
will find a abort road to furlune, Addre-s 11.
HALI.KTT it CO.. Portland Maine
MRS. LYDIA E. PiNKHAMi
OF LYNN', MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
For all Female Complaints.
TLla preparation, at Ita name itennVt, rnnnlirtt of
VrgeUble IThiktIIk that are luu-mku to tiie moot del
ral Invalid. 1'ixm enf trial tlif mirlti of tlila Com
pound will b rrcirnu)ii, aurrllrf l Immediate) and
who li nMlaronllnuei), In ninety-nine ri.wiln a hnn.
dml,apermarienlcunj1iir(Tetvl.atlioaitanila will tea
tify. On account it Iti proven merits It la tway re
ronnwDited and pmrrlbed by tbo U-it rbyilclaua In
It will cur entirely the wnrjt form of falling
cf the utrnia, Lrucorrho-a, Irn julur and painful
Mentruatlon,allOvarlanTroubli-a, Infiammatlon and
I'leeratlon. floodlnea, all Di)lat?ementa and the eon
aequrnt aplnal wrakneaa, and la especially adapted to
the Chanire of Life. It will dlaaolve and e iW tumort
from the atrrualnan early atacre of development. Tha
U'Ddracy to canceruuhumura there la checked very
epeedlly by Ita uae.
(a fart It haa proved to be the great
eat and bent remedy that haa ever been dlacover
ed. It rmctee every portion of the ayatrm, and trlvea
new llfeand vigor. It removei falntneaa.flatulency, d
troya all craving for atlmulanta,and rellevea weokneM
of the atomach
eurea Bhiatlng, ITeadachca, Jicrvoua Prottratlon,
fleneral DtiUlty,81eepleaMiii, Deprenion and Indl
geetion. That feeling of bearing down, caualng pain,
weight and backache, I alwaya pennanently cared by
lUuoe. It wlllat all time, and under all rlrcunutan
ea, art In harmony with the law that govema tha
For Kidney Complalnta of either in thla compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at an and 23S YVeetern Avenue, Lynn. Ma.
rrtce (1.00. Six bottlra fur A.0O. Bent hy mail In tha
form of pllla, aiao In the form of LorenecH, on receipt
of price, $l.0d, per bot, for either. Mn, ri.VRHAM
freely aniwera all lettera of Inquiry. Bend for l-am
phlet Addnm aa above Jfenfion fAn paper.
Ko family ahould be without LYDIA F. I'lSKIUM'
UV7R PILLS. They cure Conciliation, BUlouaneaa
and Torpidity of the Liver. tS evnti per boi.
MCIIAUPSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholea ntii-titu for LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
lamadf from ft alinplt? Trophlcnl Leaf of Kara
Value, and la POSITIVE Itummty for all the Ola
thut catmo jrnltn In the lower purt. of tha
body for torpid I.lver UundHchM Jnnmllce
DlMltieiu, Omvol, Malnrln, and all other rilfllciillliia
of lint Kldneyi. Liver ntiil Urinary Orgaua. For
Ftimiilu Dineiif , Monthly Motintruiitlone, and du
ring PrPitnancv, It haa no equal. It rcHtorea tho
orpiiiH that iniiko tho blood, nnd hence ia tho heat
Itlood I'urllVvr, It la the only known remedy that
curea BrlKlii'a IHfHo. Vor DlabHtcn, una War
ar'i 8alo Dlnni'teatJtirn.
Kor aula hy Driiiiulata and alt (lealora at ft. 35 per
battle. l.nrircHt bolllen In the mirket. Try It.
11, if, WAH.Nlilt Jb (JO., MucUcatvr, N. Y.
THE DAILY BUIjLETIN.
Livfl out of door oh much as you can.
It is tin pliici) (or a man to ho. It is
good for the health. A distinguishtMl
jilivsioian won in tho huhit of Haying:
"llowever bad tlio air may bo out of
doors, it is always worse in the houxi'."
It is pood for the temper. Pcoplo who
are always shut up in tho bourns are apt
to grow fretful and peevish. They aro
prone to acquire narrow views of
things, and to worrv over trials not
worth considering. It is good for the
wliolo character for strength, hope,
patience and fortitude. It expands and
softens one's nature ami makes us more
The literal meaning of this word is
to makeover again; but in its ordinary
acceptation it is intended to convey the
idea of rest, refreshment or rather, ren
ovation. The body is refreshed by
rei-jt; tho brain is renovated by sleep,
by absolute repose. But body and
brain may be invigorated for a season
by changing the direction of their re
spective activities. And also bv work
ing alternately. A man who lias be
come tired of riding on horseback or in
a earring.', rests himself, get-' rids of
his fatigue by walking. The brain
which has become weary in thinking of
one subject is refreshed by some other
study. On the other hand, a man who
feels tired all over, by work, or a long
walk will get rested "sooner by sitting
down to read than if ho did nothing.
I'achel, the great tragic actress, when
returning from one of her performances
at two or three o'clock in the morning,
rented herself by spending an hour or
two in changing the furniture of her
rooms. The be-t sedative which a pub
lic speaker can take after a great effort
is to read a newspaper, or anything
else that has a variety of f-hort btate
mcnts. The great practical idoa we wish to
convev is, that recreation is not idle
ness, but a change of direction in the
operation of the physical or mental
forces. A French actress lately went
mad within an hour after the play, be
cause she went honip, laid down and
let the rnind run on in the same' track.
She should have changed to bodily ac
tivity like Rachel. JJalT Journal of
When Distinguished Members
Of a learned piofcssion like that of medicine
testify to a fact, their evidence is deemed
authoritative it ought to, and does carry
conviction with it. The indoiscuent of
Hoetetter's Stomach Hitters by medical
practitioners of eminence, is a matter of
daily occurrence and wide publicity. The
professional sanction of it finds an echo in
expressed popular opinion, and in the col
timnsof thenewspaperpressof thisandother
countries. The only lational conclusion to
be drawn from the unparalleled success of
this medicine, in caes of fever and ague,
dyspepsia, constipation, liver complaint,
debility, rheumatism, kidney and bladder
ailments a success which the general ver
dict has stamped as genuine and unmistaka
ble, is that it is a medicine both thorough
in action and comprehensive in its uses.
IJut like all jjreftt remedies it should in all
cases receive that fair, impartial test, to
which its merits and reputation entitle it.
How sad when lovely women show by
The Death dart wielded, by the hand be
nign; How L'lad when death relenting, sheaths
And when Spring Illossom's uscd, at once
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station 1), New York City.
Is it not extraordinary that the first thing
in a Boot is the "Last," and the first thing
in the world to cure Dyspepia and Bilious
complaints is Spring Blossom?
('has. L. Rossiteu. 19-j Summit street,
Toledo, Ohio, says: I would not take one
thousand dollars for my Excelsior Kidney
Pad, if I could not tret another. I have
trained m three months thirty pounds. See
It is said that some of the alkaloids
which enter into the combination of Fel
low's Hypophosphities. are extracted from
trees which attain to a great age, and that
this fact suggested to Mr. Fellow the idea
of their employment. Whether the success
of the preparation is duo to this, we are not
prepared to say, but the idea is a good one.
PUT IT TO PROOF.
At a time wnen tho community is flooded
with so many unworthy devices and
concoction?, it is refreshing to
find something thut is beuclicial
and pure. So conscious are the proprie
tors of I)r: King's New Discovery tor the
Consumption of the worth of their reme
dy, they offer all who desire, a trial bottle
free of charge. This certainly would bo
disastrous to them did not the remedy pos
sess the remarkablecurativu powers claimed
Dr. King's New Discovery for the Con
sumption will positively euro asthma, bron
chitis, stubborn coughs, colds, phthisic,
quinsy, hoarseness, croup, or any affection
of tho throat or lungs. As you value your,
existenco give this wonderful remedy atrial
by calling on Geo. E. OTlara, Druggist
Cairo, Ills., and obtaining a trial bottle free
of charge, or regular sized bottles,! 1,00.(1)
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound is a romarkablo remedy for all those
painful complaints and weakness so com
mon to our best femaln nonulntion. Send
to Mrs, Lydia E. Piukliam, 233 Western
avenue, Lynn, Mass., lor pamphlets.
Mrs. W. N. Palmer, 149 Morgan street,
Buffalo, N. Y., writes: My child was
taken February 1st with Croup In its
severest lorm, and Dr. Thomas' Eclectric
Oil boinir tho only remedy at hand, I began
giving it occording to directions and found
it gavo immoaiat'i relief. 1 gave threo (3)
doses and tho child rested well the re
mainder of tho night. I have used it In
my family for somo time with complete
success. Bold by Paul (h Schuh.
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY CORNING, DECEMBER- 2, 1880.
Tossibly tin) origin of oyster-eating
was something like that of tho eating
of roast nig, ns described by Charles
Lamb. A prehistoric man Inserted Ids
lingers within the shells of a prehistoric
oyster, nnd having them pinched up
olicd his digits to his mouth, 't listed the
iiipior of the oyster, ami invented the
benign science of ostrenphitgy. Any
way, around the names of all the great
of the earth, in nil ages, there is it
deathless halo of oyster shells. Th
ancient (ireeks and Romans wero great
devourers of oysters, which, wo learn
from Pliny, we're of three colors yel
low, black, and brown, delighted to ho
transferred to new waters, nnd some
times grew to the size of a foot, so that
it took three bites to dispose of one of
them. There were nine, famous beds
from which the markets of Koine wero
supplied, ami it is recorded that tho
tiiM man who took to artiticial breeding
did so to make money, not out of lovo
for tliu oyster. Oyster shells cured no
end of disorders, ami, powdered, wero
employed as a dentifrice. The Romans
believed that oysters ate best in the full
of the moon, Horace's lnvfcrcnou was
f ir thost- of Circel; ViUl'.ins put away
twelve hundred of the bivalves nt'ono
luncheon. Oysters raw. as many a.s
you like," is usually the first entry on
the menus of classical entertainments
that have been preserved for our delec
tation. Iuis VIII. of France, who
died in 1220, so keenly appreciated his
cook's way of cooking the oyster, of
which ho w;us so fond, that he gave him
a patent of nobility and a liberal annual
allowance. Louis XI. gave annual oys
ter suppers to the College of the Sor
bonne the pupils of the College of
France had long before that been in the
habit of rehearsing their disputations
over oysters until at one merry meet
ing a learned doctor fell into the Seine
and was drowned. Bently, the great
classical scholar, never could pass uri
oyster-stall without stopping at it, to
talk about oysters if he could eat no
more, and in 1740, two years before his
death, and just at the conclusion of the
twenty-seven years' lawsuit to eject him
from the mastership of Trinity, to which
DeQuincy has devoted such a fascinat
ing essay, he wrote to a friend: "My
great relief and amusement here is my
regular supply of oysters. These things
must have been made in heaven; they
are delectable, satisfying, delicious, and
mentally stimulating in a high degree."
Pope, a lover of lobsters, was extreme
ly partial to oysters stewed, and a letter
of his to Lord'Bolingbroke exists, offer
ing to accept an invitation to dinner,
but only on condition that there was a
dish of stewed oysters. Thomson, who
ate peaches on the tree with his hands
in his pockets, greatly loved oysters,
and died of over-indufgence in "them,
or of exposure in a boat on his way to
have a feed of them. Johnson, I fancy,
loved oysters. I know he went to mar
ket to buy them for his cat when tho
footman was too proud to do so. Gold
smith did, and devoted an interesting
chapter in his "Animated Nature" to
them, telling how ho knew a horse that
was fond of eating oysters, and how tho
oysters of India are two feet big, ami
one of the "natives" of Coromaiidel
furnishes a meal for ten men. No
animal, "Noll" tells us, will venture to
open the oyster's shell, which, like too
many statements in "Animated Nat
ure," is not strictly true, since, apart
from the stahish and other marine ene
mies, the oyster is the prey of a bird,
the hamotopus, the "bloody foot" of
English popular ornithology and tho
oyster-fisher of America.
"The oyster-shops of Paris were great
political centers during tho revolution,
Robespierre, Danloti, and Couthon hav
ing one favored haunt near th prison
of La Force, and Brissot, Condorcet,
and the other (iirondins affecting a ri
val establishment near the site of La
Bastille. Peter the Great always had
oysters served in two or three ways at
his meals; fraternized with the old oyster-women
of Woolwich ship-yard, and
dignified the dealers of Moscow and St.
Petersburg with the title of his "life
preservers." Juno ate thre6 hundred
oysters every day before breakfast dur
ing the oyster season, anil Canibaceres
was long regarded as tho champion
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months tako the much-prized hue,
which is due to a green diatom, which
is also found living free in the pits.
Tho ingenious Frenchmen now imnirso
common oysters in a solution of salts of
cooper, which gives them the desired
color, and makes them very perceptibly
In England, as well as in France and
Germany. The supply of oysters is de
creasing. Although, according to
Frank Buekland, tin oyster produces
from '27(i,00O to -J9,(XlO young, it is ab
solutely necessary that the water should
be warm when the spat falls, or it will
sink to the bottom and die.
One of the most remarkable men In
this country is the blind president of
the Herrc.shoir Manufacturing com
pany of Bristol, R. I., from whom tho
company takes its name. He is abso
lutely blind, and vet he invents and
constructs torpedo boats and small
steam vessels for governments in all
parts of th" world. His steam launches
glide through the water at the rate of
twenty miles an. hour. Ho has a num
ber on hand which he wants to sell to
the government. Ho builds a launch
in which steam can he got up in six
minutes, which can be carried on board
ship as an ordinary ship's boat, which
will contain coal and water enough to
run three hundred miles. Moreover,
lie claims that his new boats will not
sink, and that they will therefore serve
as life boats. Steam life-boats! how
many drowned men and women might
now be living if such things really ex
isted on the great ocean passenger
boats. Mr. Herreshoff can tell as much
about an ordinary-sized steam-launch
her lines, methods f construction,
etc., by feeling, as others can by seeing,
and he goes on inventing and building
just as if his eyes were not closed forever.
AN INTERESTING LETTER.
IT KINGS OF A GKATEFUL HF.AHT AM) GIVES
IIONOK WI1EKE HONOR IS DIE.
Mr. S. W. Capps, of Scottsville, Macoupin
county, III., writes, under date of Aug. 20,
1880, to Dr. Swayne & Son: "I sent to
you for three boxes 'All-healig Ointment,'
having had the Itching Piles for about
tweuty-threo years, and have been treated
for them by eleven different doctors, and
have paid out at least five hundred dol
larsyes, I would be safe in 6aying one
thousand dollars but never was cured of
that itching which annoyed roo almost to
death. When I became warm, particularly
at night, the itching would begin, and the
only relief was to bathe in cold water,
soirctimcs as often as six or seven times in
one night. I concluded to try your Oint
ment, and have used twd boxes, and the
result is a perfect cure, and I will say that
it is the best Ointment in the world, and
will recommend it to one and all as such.
Swayno's Ointment is sold by all druggists.
""Leopold Spiedkl, 201 Shumway street,
N. Y., says he has used Dr. Thomas' Lclec
trie Oil in his family for coughs and colds,
and that it is the best thing he ever knew.
Sold by Paul G. Schuh.
If there ever-was a specific tor anyone
complaint, then Carter's Little Liver Pills
are a Bpecinc, tor headache ami every
woman should know this. Only one pill a
Mayor N. B. Tbistlewood.
Treasurer Edward Dvzonla.
Clerk Dentil". J. Foley.
CounaclorWm. B. Gilbert.
Marshal J. II. Hoblnsou.
Attorney William Hcndrlck.
HOAIU) OP ALOKKHES.
First Ward M. .1. Howlcy. Peter San p.
Second Ward David T. Llnepar, Jenno Illnkle
Third Ward-Exhort Smith. H. F, lllnke.
Fourth Ward-Cbarlea O. Taller, Adolph Swo
bFlfih Ward-T. W. Ilallldav, Erncat B. Pottlt.
Circuit JndgcD. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk J. A. Renvoa.
County Judge It. S. Yocum.
County Clerk 8. J. llumm,
County Attorney W. C. Mulkey.
County Treaaurer Mllca W. Parker.
Coroner K. FitZireraid.
County CommisHlonera-T. W. Halllday, J . A.
M. Uibbs, Samuel Urlley.
YOCUM & BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAlltO - - ILLS
8TOVK9 AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer In
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONK TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - - Illinois
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Mr. B F. (ioorcc, Attoruey-at-Law, Kent, Union Co., ma, 'treated by Dr Sherman al lil fit T neia '
Dr. Mheruian U th discoverer nl th miii iir,,u f...'n...... v.. .... .
No nmu la eafe who haa a I n t t u re, n o rn a t ti'r how Inn 1 i"n I ll"a ri I li e mwln who'
!.' r llhT '.V"? !lB,tKI;rt l"n,,,c,r ,h U Wtt" ' 11 trlfllim .11 mont; 'and Tevery man who now 5
fera from It and t he injury of trussed, toauch an extent that lile haa uo ei"jovmeni mice rerarded it aa
Uloom cornea upon him ' '
j mien ta irom aDroail can receive trenlment and leave for home lame day. Dnrlniz treatment anr kind
of active exerciae or labor can be performed without interferlnc with the treu tnent and wUh aafeti
r. from d"S,uuLritr,B,i'.U;fe1 ."U,"A,r 1118 ,i0OK 0N "UPTURK ' 'SveV ' th f UmI
.n I t o, uUr cl. rrr,en and merchanta ,?hla aucceaeful practice
I "n'rm themlvea throtighont thia country aid the Wed Indlea. The afflicted ahould road it and
I, I. ill, In. I .'.1.1. ..!.. LI- 111 . ....
to thoVe who Vend id c.'uti. "seut;"e" 01
DR. J. A. SHERMAN
. 231 Broadway, Cop. Murray Street, N. Y,, and 43 Milk Street, Boston.
Beware of cerulu confidence men and Impoetora who represent themselves as Dr. Sherman
EC LECTBIC Oil!
WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY OF IT.
(eo. Mutchler, Marion, P., says: It beats
Daniel Hoffman, a farmer, near Marion,
W. N. Palmer, 149 Morgan street, Buffalo, N. Y., Says: My child was taken with
Cough, in its severest form, and Dr. Thomas'
I began giving it according to directions,
slept well the remainder ot the night. I
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCHUH, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
Cure Your Backache.
Andall dlaeaaes of the Kldneya, Bladder and
1'rlnary Cirgiun by wearing tho
Improved Excelsior Kidney-Fad
It is a JIABVEL of HEALING and RELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It CirifKH where all elxefalle. A REVELA
TION and REVOLUTION In Medicine. Abeorp
tion or direct npplicution, aa oppoaed 'o un
aatinfactory Internal medicine. Send for our
tretttlao oa Kidney trouble, lent free. Sold by
drupilets, or aeut by mall, on receipt of price, $','.
Tble t tho RATFS & HAXLPY
OrlK.nul aud P'U-UA,V';f "V1 .
alnS Kidney Pad 1 4- Madison Street,
A.k for it and CHICAGO, ILL.
tako no other.
Managers for the JJorthwcct.
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NEW YORK STORE,
WHOELSALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER Sc CO.,
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eueetuai.y renevca oi it Di fore the day of ittllorhnz, and
"tremely bad caaii before and after cure, and mallad
everything ho has ever tried for Rheumatism
Ohio, says it cured him of a sore throat of 9
Eclectric Oil being the only remedy at hand.
and it gave immediate relief, and the child
have used it in my family with complete
PRICE 50 cents ami $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freemans' New National
of color aro unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
Cures by ABSORPTION (Nature's way
A 11 LUNG DISEASES,
A IjTHROAT DISEASES,
It DRIVES INTO tho ayatem curative agents
and healing medicines.
It DKAW'8 FROM the dlaeaeed parts the poisons
that, cauxe death.
THOUSANDS TESTIFY TO ITS VIRTUES.
You can be Relieved and Cured
Don't despair until yon have tried thla aenalble,
Easily Applied and RADICALLY EF
Hold by druggists, or aent by mall on receipt of
price, $'.U, by
. Send for Tcatl-TUTES & IIANLEY.
inouiais ami our ....."'.
book ' Three
Millions a Year"
lot iuuuiHim otrecr,
Managers for the Northwest.
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAT
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
By virtue of an execution Issued out of tfc
cUrVs olllce of the circuit court of Alexander
county, and otute of Illlnola, and to me directed,
whereby 1 am commanded to make the amount of
certain liidnimiut recently obtained agalnat Jaueo
0. Kankln, In favor of tha Southweatera lw
sarance Company, for nso of John Q. Harmon,
receiver, out of th lands, tenements, foods and
chattlea of the raid James C. Kaukln, I have levied '
on tho following described property, to-wit! Lota
num beret twenty-Are ), twenty-si my, twenty
seven 0!7) and twenty-eight (WU in Cairo Bldga
Association's sub-divialon of block naaabwM .
four (4) in the third addition to tha elty ol Cairo,
Illinois. Therefore, according to said command.
I shall expose for sale at public aactloa, all the :
right, title aud Interest of the above named Jamea .
C. Kankln In and to the above described property, ,
at li o'clock, a. m ., ou Thursday the 9th day of De
comber, IHrX), at tht westerly door of Uo tout
nous In Cairo, Illinois. . .
Dated at Cairo. Illlnnla. thia lh dr of Vfm-
bar, IStiO, JO.l ODai. i .. .
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