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The leading Ki lrniln t in.unv nrf ttiitt ninet
diauaaee are eatmcd by dlwdt-red Klilmy i,r l.lv.
or. II, thuiifore. tbii Kldnuya and Mver are kept m
perfect order, pcrroct buolUi will bu the rcault.
I hu truth hue only liw-u known a abort tune and
for year, people .iHured Erct a iron y wiihout lie
luc able u dud relict. 'Mm dlacovery of Wurncr'a
hato Kidney aud Liver Cure mark anew era In
, tlio treatment of theae trouliK:. Mlu from a
!mp tropical leaf til raro valuo, it contain. Junt
tn ulemeuunoeeeaarytoaourteh aud mviKorald
pout of tbcao icri'at orgma, and lafely rcatoro and
kwp them In order. It la a I'OSITl VK KEMEDV
for all the dlaceae that eauee patna In I lie lower
part of the b-wly-tnr Turpi I I.Warlleadai hee
Jeiimlire-Ui.jiiiiima (jruvol-fever. Axue-Mala-J
in I Kover. and all ritfllcultiu of tho Klduoyn, Mvir
and I.'rluery Ori;eu.
It Nan C2i cllriit and mfv remedy fur female dur
ing Pregnancy. It will control Meiialruatlon ami
Ij Invaluable for l.e corrbif. or lallluu of the
Ae a Wood PorlnVr It ia unwnialod. for It rurra
the or.'sim tlial make the blood.
KKAI) TI1K KKC'OKf)
"Heaved uiy life." -K. I). Lakely. Kelina, Ala.
"It ia the remedy that will ruru the many die
eai; iieculUr to w uieo.'-Molllere Magazine.
'I' fiaa pa-eed ai-vere tt-t and won endormv
tncuta from me of the hlifhcat medical talent In
the country." New York World.
"No remedy heretofore dlacovered can he held
for one moment in rompariaou with tt Hev. v.
A. Harvey, I) U , Waahiniflon, ). C.
Thia Remedy, which hat done enrh wonder. I
put np In the I, KUKST HUKD IIO'ITLKS of any
medicine npon the market, and la eold by drus'irlal.
and all dealer at .) ' per bottle. For nielwte.
in'julre for IV AHNRK'r! SAKK III AHKTEH t'LIiB
II. II. WAKN'KR i CO., Kocueator, N, Y.
MRS. LYDiA E. PlNKHAMi
OF UYNN, MASS.
.tfiiT i it -S
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
For all Female Complaints.
nia preparation, ita Mm DlKBiflae, conalata of
Tauble I'riwrU that ar uannieM to the moat del
katelanJid. t'ta one trial tba mertu of thJa Corn
pound win be recoeulaMl, a rellrf I tuimedlate i ajd
ben IkJ ua la ontinuM, lu atnety nine eaaee la a bun.
tfrd,aperaiaiHuteunlaeirirte(),aaUiaaaftnda will te
tlfy. On acvoant of ita pmrra merlta, it la to-dy re
eomttteadMl and prwrllied liy the let phyatdana In
It will rare entirely the wor form of raltlnc
ef the uterua, l-iKorron, Irregular and painful
MenatruaUonIaUOTarlanTroul4re, InflainmaUon and
rirwreUon, WtnAiotK all IiUpbxwnwnta and the ron
ar'iuent atonal wreknrat, and la MperUlly adapted to
the Cnange of Ufa. It will itlwolra and eapel tumora
(ran Ibe uteruetneo early aUir of development. The
tendenry tn ranneroiia humor there la checked eery
la fact It baa prnM to he the great
eat and brat remedy that haa erer bwn dlaroeer
ed. It permeateeerery portion of the eyitero, and
new Itfeand rigor. It raroorr-e falntneea.llaluleney, de
etraya all erarlnc fr attraulanla. and rellerea weakneM
M the atomarb
tv eurea Bloating, nala-h, Nerrona froeiratlnn,
General Oebllfty, fUeltennna, Pepreaainn and lnll
g.atlon. That feeling of bearing down, reuelng pale,
weight and barkarhe, te aleayi permanently cured by
tuuae. Itwlllatalltlmea.annunderall etmimetan
m, art In harmony wllbthe law that goeerna the
VorKJdneyComplalnlanf .llher art Ihle rompnnna
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at KB and IM Wauera Aretiue, Lynn, MaM.
ITloe 11.00. Biz boMlreforh.). Rent by mail In the
form of pill, alao In the form of boarniree, on reeeipt
of prloe, 91.00, per hoi, for either. Mra. PrftiHAM
freely anewera all letter of Inquiry Bnct for pam
phlet. AddraMaaahore Mtntlan (Ala fnprr.
No family ahould be without LVDU E. riMtOAU'
LTV1R PriJA They nira Conatlpatlon, BUloutnraa
aadTorUdUrof tbeUrer. lecente per hot.
FOK SALE BY DKUGGtSTS.
UICIIAUDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholeaale ageula for LYDIA E. PINKHAM'H
ORAYVS SPECIFIC MEDK'INK.
TRADE MARK. The Ureal Knu-
, unlalllni; cure for
lien reuieuy. n u
' apermatnrrhca. im
potency aud all
(lUca.ei that folow
a a aeqiiencc
of aeirnhiiar; a
wen ii mil oi inemurr, vUsV v a
Before Takingnn-vcraalbaallurfe j.
dtmncat or vIMon, prematura old ami, aad niauy
othor dia-aaua that lead to iiinltv,:coneumptlon
or a :re mature crave. .
ny-Full particular In our pamphlat, wblrh we
dealae to aend free bv mall to vervonfl. IV-Th
A . : . ji.i..,ie ...il Kvall rtrtl if tf Utfl ftl SI fief
Sold Id Cairo bv Paul O.Schuh.
TO YOUNG MEN AND OTHERS.
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nlnie rnainruilnn nf manhood. Addmaa without
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INSTANT PAI RELIEF
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Letter and e.nmmnnlratton ahonld be addreiied
"K. A. Burnett Cairo Illlnola "
Tlio (mivds coutaiu a dun uniotiDt of
tame cheats, but the bold hectoring
Iii;livva3-!nan, the truculent sea-robber,
muHt be Kouht elMewliere. All alonf
the Blue and Yellow Rivers are founJ
retail ImucaneuM. who hawk at a tri
fling 't tarry aa I fatteu on Blunder prof
iu. These poor rogue d not aspire
to s Hhip of their own; they come pad
dlinjr out of muddy creeks in the email
out of aarupanH, ill-arnietl, ill-tdad, but
plentifully HiiiBarod with tish-oil. If
manfully confronted, they fly; if grap
pled by the crews of the fourth-class
junks, which they select as prizes, they
slip like ho many eels throuli thu
hands that grasp thmn, and their
swimming makes amends for their lax
couiagH. Seldom do any very sinister
results follow one of these attacks. If
the fresh-water pirats prove victorious
they are mild conquerors, and only too
eager to be ashore again with tbir
booty of rice and corn, stray garments,
odd fragments of chain, bits of coppor
and brass hastily ripped from the poop
and cabins, and perhaps the glorious
trophy of a fw rattling strings of cash.'
The dollars and silver bars aro goner
ally too well hidden to be detected by
hut'h hurried searchers; food, rather
than fortune, is the object of the foray;
bikI, except in rare cases of remarkable
temptation, no life is attempted and no
torture resorted to, with these amphib
ious petty-larceny rogues the magis
trals deal mildly, according to the
traditions of Chiuete justico. Three
hundred strokes of the bamboo may
Iks endured by the human frame. Four
sleepless weeks in the "cangtie," or
bamboo pillory, may fail to madden a
stolid, unimaginative coolie. A few
minor tortures nemf only bo added to
these two tint-named inflictions, and
the culprit is thongiit to be tenderly
dealt with. Pilferers in a fair or the
streets of a town are considered as still
more venial offenders. A vigorous
bastinado and a week of the pillory is
the law's award in such trivial cases.
IVtty assaults are as leniently dispoaed
of, but tire-raising is a sin of deeper
dyp; Hil l the malicious piercing of a
neighbor's dike, to let in a devastating
Hood, is punished with extreme rigor.
Murder and treasonable practices,
wholesale piracy, and armed brigan
dage, all cry aloud for death, more or
less slow and painful, and parrie'de
evokes the sternest chastisements of the
t.'liinese. as it once did of ., the Human,
law. AH the Yon' Rimml.
Many stiango sounds, real or imag
inarv, have been heard in the working
of Naturo's processes. There has been
reported to exist on a distant island in
tho Bay of Bengal a phenomenon
known as the "Barisal guns," which is
often heard at the beginning of a rain
fall, and is like the sound of the firing
of a cannon. An observer has decided
that those sounds ate atmospheric and
in some way connected with electrici
ty, Mr. Home, reporting on the vil
lages of the Himalayas, describes ex
ceedingly powerful noises heard in the .
highest mountain peaks, to which tho
natives can ascribe no cause. Above
the town of Koimbatur, in Madras, is
a pond which the natives carefully
shun because frightful noises issue from
The Defendant Pays, of Coarse,
A novel point was recently raised at
Thompsonville in this wise: A man
was sued, and on the day designated
in the writ for trial the Justice forgot
about the mattor and neglected to at
tend. Both plaintiff and defendant up
pnared and waited the full hour. As
the law provides the Justice issued no
tice, haa the case reopened, and after
a hearing by a jury, judgment was ren
dered for the plaintiff for the debt and
all costs. The query was whether the
defendant was liable for the extra costs
of service for notice. The case was
submitted by only tho plaintiff and de
fendant, and ably argued on both sides.
A docision - was rendored that as be.
twoon those two the defendant should
be hehl liable. If the Justice had been
included as a party to the arbitration,
no doubt the extra c6at would In equi
ty have fallen upon him. Hartford
Fall from a Horse!
(Waxahacblc, (Tex.) Enterprlne.)
Huv. 8. 8. Yarhrough, whoso wife, by a
tall from a norso received a scve.ro mm
intr and had a bone broken, and who used
St. Jacobs Oil with splendid effect, in a
communication upon the subject, observes:
It would have done one good to' listen to
her eulogizing the oil. ' This good lady's
experience is simply that of multitudes
throughout tho entire country, whono. abso
lute faith in tho ofneacy of tit. Jacobs Oil is
rewarded by never a disappointment.
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN?' WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1881.
The Prophet' strict temperance
principles lost him many a promising
convert among his oon temporaries, and,
, as the reader will presently son did not
materially bonofit the morals ol his fol
lowers later on. Of course, even la
pagan times the evils of excess would
occasionally manifest thomsolves. and
i list aiiocs aro recorded of the ancient 1
Arabs taking the pledge on their own
account. One notable example was
Keys; the son of 'Asim, who was brought
round by a decided attack of tho
"jumps." One night this warrior an
nounced bis intention of pulling down
tho moon, and, after several frantic
leaps into the air for the purpose, foil
flat upon his faco. Being afterward
told how bis features got bruised, be
wisely resolved to givo un wine-bib-bling
for the future. Tho sinner's fall
is the saint's opportunity; so, as might
bo expected, Arab literature is full of
anecdotes of wise and sober men who
have reproved their dissolute "bettors."
Here is one of the kind: A cortain King
went to visit a mad-houso, and found
there an intelligent looking youth, who,
after replying uensibly to a number of ;
questions put to him by the sovereign,
at length addressed the latter, saying:
"You have nsked mo many things; I
will now ask you oue. At what period
does a sleeper enjoy his sleep most?"
The King reflected a while and said:
While he Is actually sleeping." ''That
cannot be," said the mailman." for he
has no perception while asleep." "Then
before he goes to sleep, " said theKing.
'How can one enjoy anything," asked
the madman, "before it comes?"
"Then," said the King, "after be has
been asleep." "Nay," said tho mad
man, "a man cannot be said to enjoy
a thing that has passed away." So
pleased was tho King with the other's
wit that he determined to make a com
panion of him, had a tablo set out ia
front of the window of tho madhouse,
and bis attendants hand a cup of wine
to himself and one to bis mad friend,
"You drink your cup," said tho latter,
"that you may become like me; but if
I drink mine, whom shall I be like?"
The King on hearing this speech, threw
away the cup and remained a total ab
To take a case of less historical vague
ness: The Caliph Abel Melik, son
of Merwan, had a favorito slave named
Nasib, whom he one day invited to
drink with him. "Commander of the
faithful!" replied the slave. "I am not
related to thee, have no authority over
thee, and have neither rank nor lin
eage. I am but a black slave whoso wit
and politeness have earned me thy
favor; how then shall I take that which
will rob me of both?" Then tho Caliph
looked around for another boon com
panion. These Oriental despots) would stand
a great deal from asaint One celebrat
ed pet-situate of this class name Abu'l
Hnssain en Xuri saw a vessel on the
Tigress with thirty earthenware jars
on hoard consigned to the Caliph el
M'i Undid, and Ireing told tbatthey con
tained wine, went for them with a boat
pole and broke them all but one. The
monarch, enraged at the loss of the
iiquor and the slight to himself, sent
for the offvuder aud asked him sternly,
"Who made thee censor?" Ho who
made the Caliph!" was the reply, and
the saint was permitted to go about his
business. Saints and madman aro al
lowed more license in the East than
appears absolutely prudent; and when
(as is frequently the case) tho two char
at ters are combined in one person, and
a sharp pe:ir is given ns a badge of
office (as it always is), that holy man is
one to he avoided. I know this to my
cost, having once been compelled to
dodge round and round in Jerusalem
inr a good ten minutes, holding on to
the wiong end of a spear, while a grin
ning lunatic of ie .ise holiness kept
jabbing at me with the other. Temple
A Southern Oue of Witchcraft.
"If the town of Salem, in Massachu
setts," said Bob Billingsby, "thinks she
has had the onliest witches in this coun
try,' all I got to say about it is that she
is simply mistaken. Now, thorn was
old Brother McUravr and old Sister
Bob's storr, in short was thus: Old
Brother McGraw and old Sister Hutton
rere members of Philip's Bridge
Church. Brother McGraw was a con
sistent member, but old Sister Hutton,
to eay the truth, was regarded some
what as a heathen and addicted to
witchcraft. A calf of Brother Mc
Oraw's, of uncommon promise, dwin
dled iu spite of uncommon pains, and
finally died, aud the good man, per
suaded in his mind that his neighbor,
although a spiritual sister, had be
witched it, set out iu bis wrath for her
house, and taking her by the head, gave
her a violent wrench. Sister Hutton re
ported the case to the church; and at
the conference one Saturday Brother
McGraw, being mildly remonstrated
with, went so far as to say that he
would have to think about It. The
Moderator blandly suggested to him to
withdraw for a few moments, rotira
into tho woods, reflect nd pray over
the mattor. Ho did so. On returning,
the Moderator and the brethren were
gratified to observe the calm regret that
was visible upon his countenance. This
Moderator was a man of power, both
as to intellect and charactor. It was
Silas Mercer. Then this dialogue en
sued: Mr. Mercer : "Well, Brother Mc
Graw, I seo you'vo returned, and I
think you've come to a just conclusion
in the matter about which you havo
boon rcUeGtlng." Ha lookod inquiring
ly at tho aged brother, and the aged
brother answered his iuquirlng look
with meek silonce. "Ithiuk you foel
sorry, Brother McGraw," euggestod Mr.
M., in a kindly, leading tone.
"Yes, Brer Moderator," answerod tho
ngod brother, "wery sorry; I'm wery
Yot there was some grull'ness in Ins
. tone, which led tho Moiltirator to doubt
the nature of his regret. "Brother
McGraw," said he, "will jou lot the
church know what sort of sorrow it is
you foei? u it a oorftu sorrow, Brother
Then the af;od brother lifted litf?" hli
head, looked the Modorator full In the
face, and answered: "Drcr Moderator,
didiit break' A. J ncck.-llan
Growth of the Traffio in Progs.
, In spite ()f the prejudice existing
"gainst the frogs, frog-eating has now
established itsolf firmly as an Amerl
cau institution.-- For a time it was con
lined to the Eastern States.but soon the
hardy Westerner succumbed to the cum
torn of ellote Europe, and Chicago and
San Francisco are as deeply in the mire
as Boston and New York. At Elgin,
III., there is a man who found it so
pro'itahlo that he went into tho busi
ness a few years since of raising a pe
culiar kind of frog for the Western
markets. While here in many cases
- thoy are sold under fictitious names, it
is said that in tho West they are nerved
up as fried frogs. A' considerable Im
provement has taken place in this trade
recently, and a dealer says there is a
good demand for all that can bu se
cured. Many rcKtanrants and most of
the hotels havo tho delicacy, though
not on the roular bill of fare, only
serving to order. A large part of tho
frogs sold here are native, but there is
a curious cniupetitioii on the part of the
Canadian aitidn. In Canada tho busi
ness is conducted on a large scale and
the Indus! ry, which latoly received con
siderable encouragement by tho in
creased demand, is at present very
promising. Numbers of boys who have
become quite expert, spear the frogs in
the country ponds and streams and sell
lliem in tho city to the commission
dealers, from whom they receive 5 to
10 cents a dozen. The commission men
skin, pack in icH. and ship them to the
Northern and Western cities, where
the delicious tidbits bring them a hand
some profit. In this city the frogs are
Hold gencr.illy by the dozen, and bring
from 20 to 60 cenls, according to quali
ty. As the demand increases tho Inisi
ness will furnish quite a source of rural
ineonje.and thrifty Capo Codders might
consider this suggestion, as from per
soual observation it is known that vast
numbers of frogs are there which now
livo to a lespectod, eoreiie and hoiiored
old age. The subject of canning frogs
is now being talked of, and efforts are
being Hindu to discover a good process
for ll.: nurposu. Boston Commercial
Philadelphia has for live years had a
policeman who is tho son of a Russian
countess ami graduate of a German
college, and who at one time was an
oflicerof the army of Emperor William,
in which position ho distinguised him
self. - m e
The Star Oapella,
Thn star Capella seoms to be earning
tho title of the Comet Pointer. It was
used a few weeks ago to indicate whero
the comet that suddenly blazed out in
the northeast was to be seen, and now
it serves as a sky mark to show the
place of tho new comet that is just
coming into eight. Capclla has been
the usher for big comets before. The
star is very interesting on other ac
counts. It is one of the suns that re
semble our own sun in constitution,
but Capclla, placed at the distance our
sun is from the arth, would appear al
most unendurably brilliant, while the
mm. with its fiery girth of more than
2.600,000 miles, would look like a pig
my in comparison, t apeiia seems To
be slowly growing brighter. It is gen
erally ranked as tho second star in the
northern hemisphere, Arcturus alone
exceeding it in splendor. It soems to
have changed color, like Sirius. Some
of the ancient sky-gazers, and one as
late as the tenth century, describe it as
red. Now its light is brilliant, creamy
white. In mythology Capella repre
sents tho sacred goat of Jove.
A minister preaches on the question,
"What is the Sabbath?11 Around here
the Sabbath is the day when you lie In
bed longer in the morning, and wrestlo
with yotircollar-buttoii until it is too late
to go to church.
"I havk si rKHHEU ocyond endurance,"
'My life lias been a burden to mo." "I
bate been deiiied the pleasures of society."
Extracts from testimonials of those cured of
hkiu and scrofulous humors by the Cuti
IluMUtKiis of men, women and children
rescued from beds of pain, sickness and
almost dentil and made strong and hearty
by Parker's (linger Tonic are the best evi
dences in the world of ita sterling worth.
You can h'nd these in every community.
Post. Sec advertisement.
It is generally conceded that the major
ity of diseases are accompanied by faulty
digestiou. No remedy has before been dis
covered which has so beneficial an influence
as Fellows' Syrup of Hypophosphitcs. I
have derived much benefit from using Fel
lows' Ifypophosphites in chronic constipa
lion. John B. Mookk,
Forest City, Montana.
ilbllr. notire la hereby L'lvell that In inirananrn
or an order and decree in ado mid entered lu and by
the county court ufAWiander county, atate or Illl
nola, at the Juno term thereof, A. I , IrWI. In a fi r
tain rauan wherein Jacob H'fxW aa ailnilniatrnlni
of the er-Ute of William M. Athertoii, ilecraaeil,
waa plnlntlir.and Juda Atlierlon. fraud II. Ather
ton, riuiinrm,!. Oali;, Murla J. KIkkIo. Francis M.
Athertnn. Keheci'a J. Alhi rlou. Hczi kiab M. Atli-
rtoii, Lulu .1. Allierlmi, William J. Alborton,
Thomas I). Atlierlon, KIlKabelh Wlrker. KlliahM.
Peeler, Kllen Yuuiitf, fcmlth Yniitnt, Krnnula
Yimui!, ilainea M. Cralu, Km ma t.'ralu, Alice OhIk,
Mary frnlc, Elr.nl Kinih, John Godwin
liwrph Uodwlti andThoma J. Craig, uimrdlnn of
Lulu J. mill William J . Alhertou.were dehmdHiit,
I, tbciinderaliiiied.aaaiu.h ailinltiiHtrntoraroreaalil,
will proceed to aoll the aiiutli uuat nuarier of the
aoiilh wn-t iinnrlvrof aertlou number twenty ait
t .ii) and the weat half of the north oart quarter and
the eaatlialfor the north weat quarter of uctlon
number thirty-five (,'A), all Ir townahlp uutnhur
nflern (IM aniMh riini-'o tiumhortwo CI). wet or the
the third principal meridian. In Alexander
count r. state of lliltiol, on Thursday, Hcptember
first 1HHI, ut eleven o'clock In tho forenoon, at the
railroad station house In "MorlKi i I'ark," In said
contity, The term of sale are one-bnlf cash down
and the other hall liiotin year with six per curt in
terest, secured hv uuto ami inorlgHite on pemle
sold. Aud at Ibe same time and place, tho under
luned aa such administrator, will sell at puhlln
nhIu the following described lots In tho town of
"ITodiie rark,"1n said ronntvi namely: Lot mini
berevun(T) In block number four ('l)i Iota nnni
liera four and six (4) and (ti) lu block number five
(IS); . Iota number four (4) ard
elybt (H) In bloek number six
(ii)i lota number oluht(H) nd ten (lin, In block
Diiiiiber aoven(7); lot numtiet eluht (H) lu block
number fourteen (11); lot number seven (7) In
block number Ulleen (IM; lota numbers ouu (I)
and three (II) In hlork number seventeen; lot num
ber (I ve( HI In block number twenty-one (SI): lot
number six (n) in block number twenty two tt!), In
pursuance of a decree and oritur ofsald county court
made andonlersd at iho duly term thereof, A, l.,
lssn, In acortnla case wherein the auine purlin
abovo named were tilalnllfl'and defendants, Maid
Iota to ho sold an the anme term aa above sped,
fluil, except where Ibe aaln Is fork sum not ex
rnoillno ten dollar; the samu must he paid at the
time of thu piirehaaii. Hald aalea am tobu mailo
for the purpoiu ot purine, dobt of Ht ald estate, '
July 116, 1881. AdmluUlraior, etc.
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GBAXD MEDAI, ATTHK PHILADELPHIA '"-'"-"'-f ' " "
KILVEK MEDAL AT TUh PABIs) EXPOHITION. COLGATE CO., JJ.Y,
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
lO BRO ADW AY NKW YOKK
Assets, $38,000,000. ,
The Equital)le Life Assurance Society was tlie first to in
nV.TnUTO 0 ATTTXTflCI TnnTT T.rvTTrtxr
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And thereby to popularize life
W. N, CRAINK, Gt'iieral Maiiairer foi IllinoiH, Iowa, Nelnaska, and the
Territories, lfju Dearuoni Strett, Chicago.
E. A.. BURNETT, A.jrent.
Ojrner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SURSTITUTB FOR 'LI V Fa INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Orffanlr.cil .Ittlv I ttlt, 1377, L'mlrr the Law of
thv Statu of Illlnola. t'opvrlliti'l July
II, 11177, IndiT Aft til't'iincri Hi.
I', ti. HCUVH friwldtnt
t;. T. Ml'DI). . . . Vice I'matilont
.1. A. (iOM)STINK Treaaurur
J . it . OOHDON Mudlcal Adviacr
THOMAS LRWIS... Hrnirotary
JOHN C. W1IITK Aaalatnut Hi'crulary
K X KCITTI VK COM M IT'l'K Kt
H. LKIiillTON, . I., h, THOMAS.
J.C.WI1ITB, W. r. i'ITCIIKK,
J. H. .Met) A II KY.
HOARD OF MANACJKltS:
William Siriilinn.nrHtratton lllrd, wlmlvaale
Itrncrra; Paul ti. Hrliuh, wholeaale and retail druif
ulal; llii.un LrlKlllun, conmlaalnn murchant; Jaa.
8. Mcdahcy, hiinlii'r ileali'r ; .1. J. Oordon, ihy
Iclau ; J. A . (iuldatlnn, il (Inlilallno & Koecawatur,
whnli'alu and ri'lall iliy k'miiIm, etr.; Wm.F. Pitch,
ur, auni'rnl i;unt; lliinry II. Kill, city printer aud
hook binder i I'lituluy lliiyima, Contior; Jno. C.
While, aaaiatant aeerniary and aollrltor! Albert
I. hwIh, denlurlu Hour aud (trivln; Y. Brnaa, ircl.
dent Alexander County Hnnk ; O. W, Hundrlcka,
eontriir.tiir aud tmtUlor; Cyrna ('loan, Knural
aKunliThninaa Ijcwla, aecrulary and ullornev at
law; I., H, Thunuia, briMini inanufaoturer W. K.
Ituaatd, contractor and builder; C. T, Rndd
accnt 0. St, l. N. O. riilliioai! ;,Moe Plillllm, car
nuntur; II. A. Chiimliley, contractor, Cairo, Ilia,
ltev. ,1. Hpnncer, clrrivnmii,Ht Leula, Mo.; .1, H.
Iluiliiuie, r I mill elerk, Mtaalaalipl county, Charing
ton. Mo. i J. 11. Monro . lawver. Commurcu. Mo.:
T). HlnKli'larT, phvalc.lan, Arlington, Ky.y W.
Tarry, phvaiclau, Kulloii, Rv.; Wm. Ryau, ftirmcr,
Miirrv. Ry.; A. KUdnhach, manutaettmtr of aad-
dlurv, Kvaniilllo, lnd.;lke Andurion, aecrcUrv
to euneritiioiiiiiinit.:. Ht. l rt u. railroad. Jack
eon. TetiU. ; il. H, Hohurtaon. ulivalitan. White-
villa, Tumi, l Thomai A. OkIiiu-u, lianiuea maker,
notivar, Tonn ! wm. 1 walker, "Dixie Artver
ttilnx Aitencr," Uolly bpflnga, Miai.
Artlclea from pore
Vaeellne aucb aa
Vaaeline Cold Cream,
vaasime Cimphor Ice,
Vatelme Toilet Boa pa.
mnr-nar aa, lueuar
and Diphtheria, etc
Aa agreeable form of tak
ing Vajwlui internally,
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or ail oar good,
no r u imf r ULllj I ,
insurace to a degree before
OPENED JUNE FIRST.
It I aituateil In Pone Counly. Illlnola. In a ipnr
of the Ozark Mountain, half way botireen Vienna
and Oolconda. Ita
Surroundings are Delightful
AIK COOL AND BRACING,
TCK IN ABUNDANCE. The tahla It spread
1 with all the dnllcaoiea of the aeaaon. The
water art mineral, appetlalng and health. gtYtng,
and their beneficial etlects are felt Immediately.
j. k. niwwH, fropnetor.
I'uhlle notice la hereby ivon that in nnrauance
of an order and deeroo made aud entered by and la
mucouuiy court at Alexander county, atate or n
llnoia.at the Auuuat term theof, lidl. In a cortain
can wheruln ttie nndoralgned a admlniatrator
ottneeaiato or William u callanan, ueccaaea, ena
ailmlnlatratnr with tho will anneied or Kicnaro
O'Callahan, diicoaacd, wae petitioner and Tbomaa
O'Callahan, AdallnoKonnlaton and Alfred , Math
ews were defendant, tho iinderaldaed will, on
Wedneaday. the lat day of Beutemher, A. 1881,
HUhe hour of two o'clock p. m.,althe front door
of the court houo In Cairo, In laid connty, offer
for aalil to the hlgheat blddor for eaah In hand, Iota
numher four (4) in block number forty (V) in eald
cltv of Cairo, and lot numher aoen (7) In blocli
niimhur nineteen (lin. and lot number forty-two
("Tin block number twenty tan), both In the Ftret
addition to ...deity of ?RICK?4ocnlt
' Cairo, III., Auiraxt ihi, InHl. Admlnl.trntor, tte.