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u leaning ni.-ieuiitfut lo-nay agree Hint moot
alaeeaesaro mused br dltttdnrcd Kidneys or l,lv.
er. II, therefore, the Kidneys and Liver are kept in
perrwt order, pi-rlei I ),e.lth will bn the result
l bl truth liiu only becu known a abort timet and
lor ycare people a flVrcd great agouv wl'boul be
ing able to Dud relict, ' , dl.covery of Warncr'e
Sr Ikiduey and Liver Cure umrka a new era iu
the trcatineul of there trouble. Made from a
impla tropkal leaf ol rare value, it contains lu.t
luu eletnul.nrc.eary to nourish and inviiwraie
ootn 01 tnoait great org tua, and nfH restore a.id
keep them In urder. It Is a J'OSITl VK KK.MEDY
i or all Him dbvn,. ilmt cause imiua lu tha lower
V..Vj . "7M" ""I"' i.ivur-lhtadaiiiBn
laundlce-Uiz.lii(iravl- Kever. Ague- Mala
ilal Favor, and all dtltlc.ultita of the Kidneys, Liver
and I rlnary Or unit.
it i an excellent and aare remedy fur fi-nmlor dur
ng 1'rcguancy. It will control Menstruation and
iiivalualilu for La corrhie or f:iin ,.r ,i,
Aeallluod PiirirVrlt la
the ordain that make the hlnod.
ItKAI) THK HK( OKI)
"It eeved my llfc."-K. It. I.akcly. Selma, AU
"It la the r:nedy that will euro the man ill..
easee peculiar lo w men. "-Mother's Mauaxlue.
"II ban parsed severe l-m and won endorse
uicute from s'ime of the highest medical talent In
Hie country. "-New York World.
"No remedy heretofore discovered rHh i, h,.
for one moment In comparison with It "Rev. C.
A llarvcy, li f) . Washington. II. C.
Tbla Remedy, which baa done anrh wonder.. I.
I -t up In (be LAK'iF.ST SIZED DoTTLKS of any
mi.flldneopriu the market, and is aold hy diwgls's
mo. en ocaicr at i-A"irier hottls For Diabetes,
nouirefoi WARNKK 'N SAFK DIAIIK TKs fl'PK
It lee POSITIVE Remedy.
II. H. WAKXK.lt i CO , Kurheater. N. Y.
MRS. LYDiA E. PiMKHAM:
CF I.YMN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
For all Female Complaints.
Thia prvparatloo. a tt nama alirnifla, eoaalaU l
TMauhle l"ri(tui lltkt mi haiva to ilia mud 41
Iraularallil. I'on ona trul II nwrtu of Uila Com
poaud oarwcoTiliMl, airUr la linmarilaUf and
han llaoaelacnntiniird, la ninny ilurunliikun.
drad, aprmncntrir'ffe-vi,alhoujan1a will !
lfy. Oa a-i)Uiil of lu provaa nirrlt, It ta to-day n
aunoMiwlad and prrariilird by lb brt pbyatrlaoa la
IV will enra antlrvly thf wnrl f'irm "f filllnf
of tba ubnia, LrarorrhiM, Irrryular and painful
KaojtrwUou, all Ovarian Troubb-e, Isflammatl'io and
llraratlon, rioodliica, all Duiplarmwnta and the coa
aKoentipina)aakni,aaitla Mprlally aaptrd ta
tha Cbanga of Ufa. It will duaulva and eaiW tumora
frwni Ihautarualaanaarly at of iloTBlopmant. Tha
tandewy ta eanrrroua humurt thr It cbacktd Tary
In fact It kaa provod In b tha grMl
at and beat ivtnatly Uiat baa ever btn dtaeovar
ad. It pamwatra awry portion of tba aynam, and fflvaa
paw Ufaaodtlgnr. timnTMfalntnMM.nalulDry.d'
troya all crating for HlomlaaU, and rrlicrra waakBMa
t ba atomacb
n eum Bloating, lloadacVa, Ncraoua rriiatratlon,
0naral DabUUy.nlnrplnMDna, Dapraaalnn and I mil
(atloo. That fwllng of bMrUig down, raualng pain,
waibt and backache, la alwaya permanently eurxl hy
lUuaa. ItwUlataJltlmM, andunderall rlrmiulo
eaa, act In harmony with tha law that gorarna tha
rorkldneyroBiplalnl of either ae llila compouna
Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound
1, prepared at and t Wairtarn Avenue, Lynn, Mam.
Prlcal 0O. nil bottle for a.voo. dent by mall In tha
formofpllla.aliilnlhfrrninfIaeiiirea, on recl(
of prica, It1", per bnt, for either. Mr, mi I! AM
frealTaniw'lll',tl'""'f lieTUry hend for rain
hli addnw" auova afflinn w jar.
No farallr alKKihl be wllhoiit I.VDIA R. I INKflASt
LiVSRPII-lA Thy nira tVintlHon. PUIouanea
andTorpldlttof the Nr. r i-enle per hot.
KOH MAI. R UV DKl'lililKIS.
UICHAnnSON A CO., Ht. a. Mo.
Whole.al. anla for I.TDIA K. riNKHAM'H
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MKMl'ISK.
MARK. Tha tri't Km;
nun p.weuy, aii
unlnlllni; cure for
ppiirmatorrhfi. t ta
pntiiui'V and all
(li,i.c thai folow
a a a i'iiienci
or BrT-aliUHL-; "ttrl
toe 01 intmorv.
Befon Titog;:.-; ;AiW Taking.
dlmnraaorvlalon, iirmiialtirn old an, and m
oihurdla.'ei'ithalii'dt iheanltv,( conpumpil
at rtrnmalil r trr.lVM.
--l.-iili imrticulara In our pumplilel, which iva
.!.. toanud frne bv null l ev.irvoiie. lT"Tlio
ripcclncMcdlduolaaold bv nil dranal-t-'nt fl n.
t-icaairo, or alt pitckauca for 'n r will haarnl. fr,
l,v nt.it on n''Pl Vi" VlUY MBnH'INB ro
' II... .At.. IS
llrrrAwi, N. Y.
Hold In Cairo bv Tanl (i Prhnli.
To all DnigKista. Pluirmacists
....i.....,! V,lnrn Ki-llt. 1. 1SHI
Any per?on Sol brInK. ..r ; htvlna n hi. plnir
reKiaterud pnarmactai, min '"'" "V "
1,1. ...I !,. .k.ll Inn nr aftnr Ncllt. I. 1KH1 1 aei'P
nhitruiacy. or atore for rrlalllnK or compo'indliig
nuillclnu. nr who ahn.ll take, line, or ciltimi lliu
lltl.i nl a mulale..it tihai-maclat. all III I, for I'AI'll Allll
Lnrv euch offrnao. he liable to a ponalty of llfly
dollar. Any rcBlatorud plintmacWI whoahall per
mII thrt niminillllilnir anrl flUtinlialtlff OltireACrlU
tl.na. or Dim venditor of drllii. mudlotliea, and pill
ana, in hia aloro or niace of Biialneaa, tixcept iindef
the auporvtaion 01 a rcntainren piiarninuie. , ... . -cept
bya 'ri'itlatored aaalaiaut' pharmaclt, or any
f harniaciat orrniieroa axeiet niu. wim,
Inulnxln bualnnaa aliall riill or noRtuct, to procurit
hia annttnl ri'LMatrallon. or any nurann who aliall
will full)' make any falae rwprconlatlon to procure
ruirlatratltm for hlmaelf or any other perann, hall
for ovarv tich ofTouae bo liable to 1 penally of (Illy
dollar. " flue, liJ. rharmacy Act,
' Forn-.a ofapiillfatlon ennbo had of any
of th Hoard or hy Inltor ol Ihiiaocriilary.
(1BO. HU0K, Chtr.asro. l'rtiatdent,
Tditw a VPUSV. Itloomlnirton.
KHANK KLEUHV. Hocrotary, Hprlngnold. Ill
II HUMAN RUHKOKl'ltK, nuincy,
C. W. DAY, Allendale.
Htuto Board of Pbitrmary
Li w A ' ' f ff z
TIIE DAILY DULLEHN.
vaa aoHNiaa (Homian iirmrTiDl.
rargoat Oiroulatton ol fany DmiXj in
Office: Bulletin BoJldlnjr, WublnctoB Artnae
iuy (delivered by erflra) per weok S
y mail (in advance) one year 10 no
1 oree montni , j mi
One month , j 00
Bt mall (In advance) no yew 1 1 00
nn oiouuia , on
Three monthi so
tocinnaoitunudoveriper copy) 1 50
Foaloue In all caaei prepaid.
riratinavrtioii. per aqnare $ 1 00
Hubauquentlnacrtloua, peraquare 50
Kor one week, per aonare J 00
r:inural notice j 00
voimiarioa ana roaolutlont paaied by io.letlea
ten eentji per line.
Dealba aud marrlagra free
Flrat Inai'rtKin, per aqnare 1100
HiihriKjtiRtit lnirtlona 50
jjifht llneaof aolld nonpareil conatltnte a aqnare.
IJIplayd adrenlaement will he charged accord
ina; lothe apace occupied, at above ratea-there be
Inu; twelve llnea of aolld type to the Inch.
TorvirularadvcTlUera we offer anperior Induce
nienta. Uith aato ratea ofcharRea and manner ol
d aplaylne their favora.
Thia pajier may he found on lie at Geo. P. Rowell
Co.' Newaaper AdvertlalnK Barean.MO Spruce
atreeti where advertiaine enntracta may be made
I .r It In New York.
Commonlcatlona npon anhjnet of general Inlereat
tithe public are at all timid acceptable. Rejected
unnnacriptii will not be returned.
Letter and commnnicatlonaahonld be addremed
"K. A.Bnrnelt Cairo Illiooia "
Rights of Prinoners to Mail.
Mr. J. H. Hyde, postmaster at Lew
iKtown, Fultoa county, 111., wrote leu
tr to the jostmaHter general, asking
for instructions in reference to the
loli very of letters to Thomas Aisbury,
committed to jail for assault with in.
tent lo commit murder. The sheriff
demanded that Aisbury s letters be de
liverer! to nim, and Aisbury wrote a
ftter to the postmaster demanding
that Lis mail bo delivered to no one
that did not bring a written order
from him (the prisoner). The decision
of the postmaster general is as follows:
Letters addressed to a convict serv
ing a term of imprisonment should be
delivered to the warden or other of
ficer in charge of the prisoners. Let
ters addressed to a person imprisioned
lo await trial upon an indictment, or
pending indictment, should be deliv
ered according to the order of the per
son addressed, at any time before con
viction ana sentence. If such a person
is released on bail no question would
arise, as the law presumes everv rwr-
son innocent until convicted by a jurv.
nng laaumiy 10 give nan ougni not, to
deprive a man of the correspondence
addressed to him throuch the mail.
Until sentence, therefore, letters must
be subject to the order of the person
imprisoned, unless upon judicial pro
ceedings authorizing seizure of the let
ters in accordance with the decision of
the supreme court of the United States."
II amintjton t'ost.
The Insect Population,
In Alexander Von Humboldt
estimated that the number of species
of insects preserved in collections at
Utweon 150,000 and 170,000: Eurone
alone being represented by more than
three times as many species of insects
as of phanerogamous plants. Ten years
ago Dr. (Jerstacker estimated the num-bi'-r
of species of insects to bo 225,000,
five times as many as the known species
of all other animals together. If we
assume that there exist in the whole
world only thive times as many insects
as there are phauerogamous plants
the latest estimation of which ap
proaches 'J'.Ji.Ooo we arrive at' the
startling sum of about 750,000. Be
wildering as this estimate appears, it
is probably too low. The oak alone
pives shelter and support to 450 species
id insects, and the pine tree to more
Ihan 2(H), and one moth alone lias thirty-five
different species of parasites!
Without going fnrt her in our calcula
tions, we may sufely assert that if the
number of species of all other classes
of animals should be doubled by new
discoveries (which is rather improbable
for some classes, and impossible for
Ihe vertebrates), the number of species
of insects would be more than live
times that of all other animals taken
Let tha Boys Swim.
Such is the doctrine of the Rufl'tlo
Ejt press, which says: "Half the pa
pers you pick up nowadays have ap
peals to the authorities of one sort or
another to protect society from the
small boy who persists in "going in
swimming" without clothes on. So
ciety, of course, ought lo be protected,
but, on tho other band, the boys ought
to swim. It is their nature so to do.
It is odd that it never occurs to society
to look the other way when the boys
are about to swim. That would per
fectly protect society, the boys, the an.
thorilius, and the" newspapers. It
seems like sn easy thing to do, but in
practice society or a part of it finds
it very hard to do in fact, quite im
possible. And society has been like
that for at least a hundred years. It
was a iittle longer ago than that when
a solid Pennsylvania Dutchman came
Into tha presence of the commander nf
tho British troops thon occupying Phil
ndelphiti, and complained that the sol
diers bail a habit of going to swim
within sight of his house, to the great
annoyance of his daughters. The Gen
eral promised to look "into it. The of.
licor sent to examine reported that the
swimming pluco was so far from the
hoiiHO that the men could not bo seen.
So they wero allowed to continue. The
Jhiteh father camo again to oqmplain,,
and when told of tho oflloor's report,
replied, "AH, but those girls have got a,
spy -glass." Let the boys get health
ami fun iu tho water, and let socioty
focus its spy-glass in some other direc
tion. Those moonlight nights are glori
ous at the seaside. "Isn't It heavonly."
said Miss Sillyhilly to Mr. Tolo.
t'WhatP" he asked. "Why, the moon."
''Oh, yes, just too utterly heavenly for
anything." "Oh, I do just dote on the
moon, don't you?" "Yon, It's awfully
nice Isn't It, and so splendidly consplc
DAILY 0AIR0 BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING,
Stop That Cough.
If you are suffering with a cough, cold'
asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
affection of the throat or lungs, use Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption.
This is the great remedy that is causing so
much excitement bv its wonderful cures,
curing thousands of hopeless cases. Over
ono million bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery have been used within the last year,
and huve given perfect satisfaction in every
instance. We can unhesititingly say that
this is really the only Mire cure for throat
and lung affections, and can cheerfully
recommend it to all. Calf and get a trial
bottle fire of cost, or a regular size for $1.
For sale by George E. O'Hara. Drngirist,
Cairo, III, cj)
IIl'mhieds of men, women and children
rescued from beds of pain, sickness and
almost death and made strong and hearty
by Parker's Ginger Tonic are the best evi
dences in the world of its sterling worth.
You can find these in every community.
Post. See advertisement.
The Power of the Pros.
In no way is the power of the press
more surely shown than in the universal
knowledge that has in less than a year, been
diffused throughout fifty millions of people
of the wonderful curative properties of that
splendid remedy Kidney-Wort. And the
ix ople from the Atlantice to the Pacific
have shown their intelligence aud their
knowledge ot what is in the papers, by al
ready making Kidney-Wort their house
hold remedy for all diseases of tho kidneys,
liver and bowels. Herald.
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. Neglect frequently re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or Con
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but set directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Cnut'hs, Catarrh, nnd
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers arc subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 2" cents a
Bui'kli'n'rt Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers. salt rheum, fever sorts,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per lxx. For sale by Gko. K. O'Haka
It is generally conceded that the major
ity of diseases arc accompanied by faulty
digestion. No remedy has before been dis
covered which has so beneficial an influence
ss Fellows' Syrup of Hypophosphitcs. I
have derived liiucli benelit fiom using Fel
lows' Hypoptiosphitc' in chronic constipa
tioQ. John B. Moohk.
Forest City, Montana.
A Miser's Hoard.
Ezekiel Chapin, of Pittsfield, Ol.sgo
county died recently, leaving, it was
supposed, no property, boon after
his death, however, the sum of $15,000
was found iu an old i'on box tinder his
bed, and be was discovered to be the
possessor of bonds, securities and avail
able assets in addition to the amount of
more than $50,oii0. His habits of life
indicated that instead of being the pos
sessor or so much wealth be was ex
tremely poor. His avarice and econ
omy Had led lain to eschew wearino-
boots and shoes except in the coldest,
weather, while his clothing was littla
better than that of the most unfortu
nate tramp. His whole object, in life
seemed to have been to save. Ho bore
a very fair reputation in the communi
ty in which he lived. Others will nov
spend his money who will doubtless
bless his memory and economy. El-
Acute Sense of Taste.
The Emperor William has a very
sensitive palate, and is very fond of
asparagus. At one of the dinners at
the royal castlo at the time of his grand
son's marriage the emperor remarked:
' It is very strange, every time I eat as
paragus at the castle it tastes or soap,
which it never does at the palace.11
The most searching inquiries were in
stituted, but nothing suspicious could
bo discovered. Still the emperor had
been so positive, that another council
of war was. bold, this time comprising
the trca'ment of the vegotablo from its
entrance into the castlo to the time of
its being served at the table. The re
sult was a complete vindication of the
emperor's acute sense of taste. The
castle kitchen is so unfavorably situated
as to necessitate the carrying of tho
dishes to be. served across tho castlo
yard, during which transit they are
placed in covered baskets. In order to
keep the asparagus hot the asparagus
dishes are covered with art xtra sup
ply of hot napkins. These napkins,
like all other table linen, are washed in
soap, and asparagus, being more thau
ordinarily sensitive, is but too apt to
acquire a soapy taste from the brief
contact with the napkins.
A Male Critic.
After a man reaches ,15 and goes bo
yond it, he is apt to be too critical, and
scans a pretty face as coolly as he does
a statue or a painting. To my mind
the most wonderful, rarest countenance
is not mere beauty or regularity of out
line, or dazzling complexion; the most
beautiful, charming woman in tho
world Is she who has what you call an
eloquent face. One that reflects every
emotion, as tho limpid water shows
back the changing cloud, the passing
object Such a face is a nevor-onding
charm; it allures, it fascinates ami
Portrays la turn the feeling of the
heart. It is aweetly tondor, golf-loving,
Byrnpathetlo, and enslaves by its very
variety. We car, imagine the star
eyed aorceress of the Nile, radiant with
love, as her mail-clad Antony came
within reach of her sculptured arms,
hich a face had La Valiore. who held
the fickle, fair and false Louis In bond
age, and dotted all other dames of the
old noblcsso. The Capital,
PAINTIIl 8 MANCALUonAu and aiKn paint-"Ptr'1,.n-.
"''""-Mint, poll-hlng, kalanmlnK
f ! r.u:. ,""uk'f A'l"l'i. . UoVik of fancy
AlphalM-la.MI Hin, ;Urrl8K, tar, Froaco, and
Decorative lliitln. vi. Japaneae ornnmuntatlon
i, btnndtrd HtW Writer, Si. Standard Hcroll
I'5w Hcr""" f1"1 Ornament, (Loudolphe) 1.
--I iiw.-vii,. u. ur mail- llESSli
Oct). ll.Naa.aatmct. N. y0"
30 DAYS TRIAL
o o o
June 19, 187A.
We will aend on thirty daya trial
Dr. Dye's Electro-Voltaic
APPLIANCES TO MEN
Suffering from Nervoua M'enkneaa, (.enrrfil
Debility, lout of nerve, force or tlg'ir, or any dla
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any one afflicted with 11lipiiniatlnm, NeuralKla, par
lyala. Hplnal Plfflcultic, Kidney or Liter Trouhlca.
Lame Hack, and nlhcr lilneaai a of the Vital Orguna,
AIM) womb troubled with dla'aci peculiar to
Hpcedy relief and complete restoration lo health
guaranteed. Tbear lire I he only Kleetrlc
Appllnncea ihnJ bnveever been constructed
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wonderful iiccc.nil I he j hnvelhrhlgbeal
' endorsement from eminent medlcnl and
acienllfle men and from hundred who huve
been apeedlly and iiidiilly cured hy I heir
nc, Bend at once for Ilium rated pamphlet giving all
Information free. Addrea.
VOLT A If lit: IT CO., Mar.hnll, !Mlrh.
SrKClAL ASHKSSMENT MlTIt'R. -Hl'ECIAL
WAKItANT NO 1.
I utiMr nnlice la hereby u'lvcu that Ihe r.onnlv
couil of Alcxaedercounty ba rendered judgment
tor a ani'cial ai'.nifiit titioti nroiiertv hcnefltterl
bylhc following Improvement, vir.: Ihe rotintruc
tion and rerontnicltcn of alilewalka in block num
ber I. 2, . 4. h.. is. 11. 1. I7.W. -"I. :il. mi. ;is.
n, 11, 4-4, 4;t, 11. ifi, ;it, is, i!i, v, t,i, w, w,
fiS. (Ki. 70, TScitvof t'airo.
Blorka A. li. I.'., 17, Is. 21, il, 'J.', .'., Sit. 3'J, 3:1. W.
I, 75. Si. S, in the Kirl addition to Ihe city ol'
Cairo, and block I iMhincotid addition lothe city
of Cairo, at will nioiefullv appear Iron) ihecertifled
copy of the judgment on (lie in tho oftHa of the
citv clerk of the city of Cairo that a warrant for the
collection of aucb McHment' la in ihe handa of
the niiderli;iicri. All permit) Interested are here
by not i fled t rail and pay the amount aaeed. at
Ihe collector' ertlce at the AleiandcrCoitnty H (ink
wiiiiiii inirty uayt o: tne nate nrraoi.
THOMAS .1. KKRTH.
City Trea.nrcr and Ex officio City Collector.
Paled, tble j:lh day of Augnet, 1SS).
AOMIXfXTRAroR'H NOTICE OF FILING
STAT I of ILLIMlle, At tXASIHII roLNTl, ..
Katate of t'harlea Wagner, rierraaed.
To lliu heira of ald deceaned himI all olhT Inter
eted of aald elte.
on are herchy notifl 'd that on Monday, the
nineteenth I lfli day nl September. IKI, the 'admiu
tatrator ofeaid eatate wMl preaem to the county
court of Alexander ciuntv. at Cairo. Illlnoie, hia
final report ol hia act and (Iohil'd aa euc.ti admiui
trator, and ark the court to be diHcnar'cd from any
and all further dutiea and rcepnnaibi'iiiea connect
ed with aald twtaie nnd hi adininialration thereof,
at which time and placcvim may l.c preeent and
reaiat auch application. If yon ehnoae o to do.
KK'H A RI) FIT.dtKALI),
Dated Cairo, 111.. Augnl '.'1, 1SSI. Admiu Xralor,
given that In tmrauaiice
of an order and decree made and entered in and by
the county conrt of Alexander county, itate of Ha
noi, at the dune Unn thereof. A. !., lrjKI. Inacer
tain catiac wherein Jacob R'gglc aa adminiatratot
o! the eetaic of William M. Atherton, deceaaed,
wa plaintiff, and Juda Atherlon, Krancia I) Atber
ton.Tbomaa J. Craitr, Maria J . Higgle, Francia M.
Atticrti. li. riehecra J. Atherton. lie.ikiab X. Atb
rtoti. I.nlu J Atherton, William J. Atherton
Thomas I. Atherton, Elixabelh Wicker, Elijah M
Peeler, hllcn iniiiig, Noiitb Young, Francis
Young, Jame M (. ma, Kinina Craig, Alice Craig,
Mary Cruig, Kl.-rta Finch, John Godwin
Joecph titxl in and Thorn J. Craig, guardian of
i.uiu J. anu "imam .1 , Aim-rion. were defendant.
I. tlieunuer.i. nefi. a sticii adnilulatratoraforefnld,
will proceed :oell the aoiitb i!t auurtur of the
south ! iinaner of "ecttou number twentv-aia
Ciii) and tho wel hr.lf of the north eaut quarter and
ineearr naiioi in" unnn nci qttaner oi aectiou
number thirty -flvi" CWi, all ir toivnaltlp number
nrteen tl:i) etuMh range uiimner tro (-'). west of the
the third principal meridian. In Alexander
county, stale of Illinois, on Thursday. September
first issi. at eleven o'clock In the forenoon, at Ihe
railroad station hnue lu "llodgea I'ark," in aald
county. The term nf sale are one-hall rash di v. n
aud the other hail in one yeur with six percent lu-
tr rest, secured riy note aim mortgege on n-emlsi-i
sold. And at the same time and place, the under-
signed a such adminis'rator. will sell nt public
sale the following dt ei rlhi'd lola in thu toan nf
"Hodges I'ark," id said counlv, namely: Lot num
ber nrn (71 In block number four (1,i; lola nam
bers four and six (4i and Hi) in block number five
(M; lola number four H) aril
eight (Hi In bloik number six
(., loi iiutiilicrs eight iH) sun leu (ill), In nlock
number seven (7l; lot iiitmbei eight (M) In block
uumber futirteeu (II): lot number seven (7) In
block number fifteen (l.M: lola number due, (1)
and three (:i) In blo k number aevenleen; lot num
ber five ( M in block number tweiity-onc (il); lot
numlier eix di) iu block number twenty two In
pursuance of a decree and order of snld county court
made and entered t the .Inly term Ihvreof, A, I).,
IsSo, in a certain cane wherein the same parties
above named were niaititiiranrt defendants. Said
lota to he sold on the mmn term" aa above speci
fied, except where the sale la for a sum not rx-
cecdlit!? ti'inlollars; the same must be paid al the
time ol the pnrchite. Said sale are lo he madii
lor ine purpose nl paying deius oi the suit ctto.
lAi tilt III' ill l,K,
July iS, Administrator, etc.
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not to take BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If you bare any almploinanf ulcara or u rofiilou
notes, a curative remedy will be found In
Bt RDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
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AUGUST 25, 1881.
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GBAXD MEDAL AT THE FHILADFXPHIA EXPUMITION.I
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For sale by 0. W. Henilersoii. Cairo, Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
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The Equitalile Life Assurance Society was the first to in
TONTINE SAYINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life
W. N, CRAINE, Gent'i-til Manajfer for Illinois, Iowa, Nt'lniska, and the
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C. T. RI'DD Vice rreildnlit
.1. A. UOLDHTINE Treasurer
,1. J. GORDON Mudlcal Advisor
THOMAS LEWIS Secretary
JOHN C. WUITK Asalstaut Secndary
k xKt:trriv.i'i co ivt m vrvi: Ki
II. LKfGllTON, L. S. THOMAS,
.1. C. WHITE, W. r. I'lTCIIKR,
J. S. Met) A HEY,
HOARD OI' MANAGKH8:
Wllluim Nlrattoii.ofStralton Bird. wHnlesalo
grocers: I'aul G. Schub, wholesale and retail drug
gist; llnceu Lelghlon, eomiulaslon morrhiint; Ja.
S. Mcliiilioy. lunilicr dealer; .1. J. Gordon, phys
ician ; J. A. Guideline, ofOoltlstlne (t Roseiiwater,
wholesale and retail dry good, eto; Wm. K. I'ltch
nr, general agent; Henry II. Kills, city printer and
honk binder; Cltealey Hnyuos, Cooper; J no, O.
White, assistant secretary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer lu Hour and grain; K. Bross, presi
dent Alexauder Counlv Hank; U, W. Hendricks,
contractor and builder; Cyrus Close, general
agent; Thomas Lewis, secretary and attorney at
law; L, S, Tbouiiia, broom manufacturer; W. K.
Utiaanl, contractor and builder; 0. T, Kndil
agont (1. St. L. N. O. rallaoad ;Mosea riillllps.rar-
Rmter; II. A.Chumbley, contractor, Cairo, 111,
ev. ,1. Spencer, clergvman.St Leula, Mo.; .1. H.
Botliiino, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Charles
tou. Mo. t l. II. Moore , lawyer, Commerce, Mo ;
D. Hlngletiirv, pbvslrlan, Arlington, Ky.; J. W.
Tarry, phvalclan, Fnlioti, Rt.; Wm. Hyan, farmnr,
Murrv, Kv,;A. Stelnhnrh, inatmlacturer of sad-
dlorv, Kvauavlllo, IncV ! Iko Anderson, secretary
to auporlntendutilU nt. L, A N O. railroad. lark
son, Tenn.i J. n. Robertson, phvalclan, Wlilto
vlllo, Tenn. i Tuntnaa A. Osborn, harnesa maker,
iiouvinviunn. I wm. b. wmicer, "Dixlo Adver
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OPENED JUNE FIRST.
II Ir situated In I'opn County, Illinois, fn a spur
of the Oxark Mountains, hair way between Vienna
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Surroundings are Delightful
All! COOL AND BRACING,
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J RBHO Wrtpprtotor
1'iililic notice la hereby given that in nnrsnance
nf mi order and decree made tnd entered by and In
ine county court or Alexander county, state of Il
linois, at thn August term thereof, IkHI, In a certain
cause wherein the undersigned a administrator
of the estate of Will mm O'C'allahan. deceased, and
administrate with the will annexed of Kicnara
O'Callahan, deceased, waa petitioner and Tbomaa
O'Callfthan, Adeline knntton and Alfred Math
ews wr defendant, the iinderalBHed will, on
Wednesday, the lat day of September, A. DM IHhl,
at lite hour oftwo o'clock p. wat the from door
nf the court honee In Culm. In said .county, oner
for sale to the highest bidder for rash In MM, Ima
number four (4) in W.wk number lorty (10) In said
rltv of Cairo, and lot niimhur aeven t7) In bloe k
iiiimher nineteen (IB), and lot number forty-two
lln block number twenty ( JO), both In the Flrei
Cairo, III., Auvtnat . Wl. Administrator, etc
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