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THE DAILY OAIRO RULLETIN: Fit J DAY MORNING, AUGUST 20, 1881.
hf CURE X
The luudluii Hcieiitlste ol lo.nay agree that wont
diseases are caused by dianrdored Kidneys or l.lv.
or. If, thoiefore, the Kldnyt anil I.lvcr arc kiipt m
perfect order, itoriunt health will tin the result.
Thla truth ban unly been koown a short lime mid
for yoare people sffi:rod iireat agony wlllinnt be
ing able to find rellel. 1 lio dlacuvury of Warner's
Huh lildnoy and Mvor Cu.ro uinrki anew or lu
the treatment of theso troubles. Made Inim a
simple tropical luuf nl rare value, It contains Juki
tbe elements necessary to uourlsh and invigorate
bulb of those greet organs, and safely restore and
kuup them In order. It la a l'OMITI VK HKMEDY
for all tho diseases that came palua In the lower
iiartof the body tor Torpid Liver Headaches
aundlcolr.itliiess Gravel Kevor. Anne Mala
jlal Kever, and all difficulties of the Kldneya, Liver
and Urinary Orgsns.
It lan excellent and safe remedy for females dnr-
Ing Pregnancy. It will control Menstruation and
lalnvaliiublo for Lo corrhua or falling of tbu
Aa a Blood i'urlAVr It la uneiiiiulud, for It cures
the orjjune that uiako tbu blood.
"llaavnd my life. "-K. H. Lakcly, Hclma, Ala.
"It la the remedy that will cure tho many (II
eawa peculiar to winon." Mother' Magazine.
"li ban paaacd srvero tons and won endorse,
moute from some of tho highest medical talent In
the country. "Now York World.
"No remedy heretofore discovered can be bold
for ouo moment In comparison with it " 1(Y. C.
A. Harvey, 1) D., Washington, I). O.
fhls Homed, which baa done annh wonder, la
put tip In the LARUKHT HIZKDHUTf I.EH of any
medicine upon tbe market, and la aold by drily null
mill all dealer at. tl.iM per hottlo. Kor Dlalii'tee,
(inquire for WAKNKK'H 8ArK D1AHKTKS CUKE
It is a POHITIVK Kemedy.
II. II. WAKNBR 4 CO., Ilochcator, N, Y,
MRS. LYDIA E. PIMKHAMl
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. P.NKHAM'O
The Posltlvo Cnra
For all Female Complaints, j
this preparattm, Is Its nun sltrninM, eanststs ot
Vagetfble Propartias that art harmless to the most del
teatetn Ud. Upon one trial the morita of this Com'
Bound will be noognised. aa raltaf Is tmmedUta i and
whan its use Is continued, in ninety-nine esses in a hen,
drad, a permanent eare la effected u thousands will tes
tify. On aoeount of Its proven merits, it Is to-dsy r
oommanded and prescribed by tbs beat physicians In
It will curs entirely tbe worst form ot fllln
of tbe uterus, Leuoorrhms, lrreRUlar and ptlnful
Kenstruation, all Ovarian Troubles, Infuunmatlun and
Ulceration, Flooding all UlaplaoemenU and tbs con
sequent aoliud weakness, and la especially adapted t
the Chance ot life. It will dissolve and expel tumors
(rem the uterusln an early stae of development. The
tendency to oaneerous humors thers Is checked very
la tact it hu proved to be the great
est and best remedy that haa ever been discover
ed. It permeates every portion, of tbe system, and gives
new Ufeand vigor. It removes falnliiem.flatulenfy, de
stroys all craving for stimulants, and rellovea wsakneis
of tbe stomach
t earea Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indl
faction. That feeling of bearing down, oausbig pala,
weigh! and bsckache, Is) always permsjiently cured by
Its um. It will at all times, and under all circumstan
ces, act In harmony with the law that governs the
female system. I
For KldneyComplalnts of either aei this eompouna
Lydia E. Pinkhatn's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at S3S and Ks) Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass,
Price 1.00. 8li bottles for A.0D. Bent by mail In the
form of pills, also In tbe form of tasengxs, on receipt
of price, 11.00, per bos, for either. Mrs. rifURAM
freely answers all letters of Inquiry. Send for pam
phlet, Address as shove Mrnttm tint pn;wr.
No family should be without LYDIA E. PINKHAM'
LXVERnLIA Tliey cure Constipation, BUiousneat
FOP. BALK BY DRUGGISTS.
RICHARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholotalo asnnla for LYDIA K. IMNKIIAM'B
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARK. The Great F.nn-
iiku mncay, aii
Ltinfalliug cure for
1 spiirrontorrhea, im
potoncv and all
diseases that folow
as a Koqiimict.'
of nlf abnse; as;
Before TakdnE,I"vcr"' i"ii"'I''
4iwuio nalnin tho hark,1
lupn ill nimmH
dlmncaa of vision, premature old aRO, aid many
other dlaoasr.a that load to liisamtv, consumption
or a rumatiire grave.
'rar-Mnllnartlciilnra In our pamphlet, which we
deVlae to send free bv mall to everyone. fr-The
deVlae to send free bv mall to evorvone. f-jf-i n
BpeoinoModlclne la aold bvall drnggl; ts at 11 no
paeMi, or sli package for 5. or will be sont fro
bv mall on rocolpl of tne monov. bv walM-
TUB OKAY MBDICINB 00.,
Hold In Cairo bv Taiil a. Bohuh.
iiirinia uiDitTilllnnse and linn balnt
1 Irg. graininn. vnrulshlnR, pollshlnn, kl"m"R
Yo.. SO cts. Book of Alphabet, 50. Hook of Fancy
Alphabets. 50. Kln, Carria, Car, Froaco, and
Decorative Painting, Japanese irnamentatlon
.11. Standard Hun Writer. M. Standard Scroll
took, 11. HcrolU and Ornamenta, (Loudolnbj) 1 1
vt bookseller, or by mall' JKBSK HANBY &
CO. UVNasiaatreeUN. Y. , I,
INSTANT PAIJN' BELIEF
' , .,, .... .1
Ii a wonderful and lmmodlate cure for all tcici
WChouruatlim. Nonralula, Headache. Ear
ache, Cats, Brulioi, Bpralus, etc .
'' Bold at all DrtiRgliU. , .', ,
Wholesale depot 8S John St. II. Y, ,
Bind for circular.
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"K. A. Burnett Cairo Illinois "
The Cairo Prices Current
OHke WaHhiiiffton Avenue,
TBI Caino Piiii'ta CliRKgNT la publlabud every
Tuesday and Friday from tho oflloo ofTui Cairo
ButLtTiN, and Is lutondcd to give a true report of
.ne coudltton of tho market on day of publication,
and the publisher trusts that full and complete
quotations will be given by the business men of the
T3RM8. One ceuv, 'rcopy On all ordora of
35 or more of same date, tho mibacrlhar's name
will bo printed without extra chariro. Ordera for
extra copies must bo rocolvct! by 10 o'clock A. u.,
on day ol publication.
August 25, 1881. (
We have accounts uf rniti in different lo
calities iu this latitude, but so far all kinds
uf storms have given us a wido berth.
The market is steady in all its branches.
Stocks arc generally on tho light order, and
the demand good for all kinds of farm pro
duce. Prices are all advancing, noticeably
in wheat, salt, bran, corn and flour.
FLOUR This staple is excited and
prices have a tendency to still further ad
vance. HAY Receipts aro liht, but tho de
mand also is light; prices rule stoutly and
CO UN The murket is entirely bare. Not
.enough comes in to meet the order demand.
OATS The demand is active and re
ceipts light. Prices are firm and un
changed. MEAL Scarce and firm at quotations.
BRAN Scarce; none on consignment in
the market. The mills have advanced to
BUTTER More plenty and quiet. The
demand is for strictly choice.
EGGS Fresh rccoipts find a ready mar
ket at high prices for the season.
CHICKENS Quiot, easy and un
FUUIT Not enough arrives to form a
Salos and Quotations.
NOTE. Tho uricoa bore givunarelor bhIos from
flret handa lu round lota. Au advanco la
charsod for broken lotain flilingordera.
lii " choice ...
4iKI Various grades.,
4 UXtLl W
fix) bble Choice,
.0 50n 05
t car mixed
1 car "gilt edired" Timothy.,
ftcara atrlctly I'r moTlmothy..
4 care cnoicu iimovuy.,.. ,
1 car inlxod, In bulk
'J cars white In bulk. s awe II
4 car choice, iu bulk
1 car choice In sacks
6 cara in bulk -
No. Fed. per bu....
No. 2 Hodoteranoan.
500 bhla City..
100 bblt City..,
200 aacka .
400 pounds strictly choice Northorn,,
500 ponnda gilt ede ,,
rj00 pouads Southern Illlnola
500 dozen Fresh..
Live, per do
..I 00 O 00
8 coops good young .
8 coops mixed
1 751 00
........ .it. .
. . .....M.H.
ii ' :
. ..... MtHMHMll
5 0OQ5 00
PftftCD BlOWl ,
UIMHINWIII a a
. ' none
.1 S0$3 00
New pgUtoti pet bbl
1'er bbl M - 7 WH I'
50 baskets peaches U.V3N1
60 boxea pilars , 75
Per barrel 5 80ti 00
Tierces .. 10'i
Half do II
Plnln Imun '
H. C. IUiii 10'
Clear aidea M Wl
bt. Jol.na 1 )11
Ohio Hlvur 1 to
814 bushel burlaps H'4
5 bushul ' I J
6 bushel " Hi
Peaches, halves and ijuartora i n(7
Apples, liriht 'i'M
Choice navy Wi
Choice medium ....! Wi '
Choice, Factory WWW
Creiiin...... ....... ItiiU
Dry H&it .... lVa
Oreen Halt 7
Bheep Polls, dry I'W'
Sheep l't lle, uroeu Wl -5
rtommon Luta fi Mi
(food lima -1 o'l
Low Leaf. 4 7f MIS
Medium Loaf f Wms to
UoodLeaf. li 8 HO
HAT US OF FUBIUIIT.
Memphla NewOrVana Way
OralnporCwt I J'i ctv in cts J" rta
Hey per Cwt, lfi " 17' " 2f ne
Klouperrbhl id " 30 4tict
Poikrpe libl on ' w Wicie
As our railway trains are now man
aged, it is as impossible to r;Ncapu from
an intolligiblo tniveling coiiipa.iion up
on short notion as it is to kIuiii ono's
own Hhndow. For tho tinio lining you
are as completely cut oil' from your
follow-creaiuies as if you'wnro lloating
with some fragment ot hiinian salvage
on a raft in miil-Atluntic. Theia is,
indeed, a fiction that communication
between passengers and guards exists
on all the railway lines of the United
Kingdom; and many persons may havo
observed a mysterious apparatus, to be
reached only by some gymnastic pro
cess, which, if it happens to be in work
ing order, may attract tho attention of
engine-driver and guard. By inclining
one's head at a particular angle outside
the window, one may possibly succeed
in finding a ropo which, if tugged with
necessary skill will intimate that things
are not qutte as comfortable as might
be wished. Or there is a boll-handle
placed in an inaccessible part of the
carfiugo, and covered with thick plate
glass, which is supposed to answer the
purpose. Or it may bo that, if one
takes up the carpet of the tloor, some
other devico will disclose itself. Theso
things only illustrato the irony of the
official mind. They are not, as the
evidence adduced in the inuuost on Mr.
Gold clearly shows, of the slightest
practical utility, This unfortunate
gentleman was manifestly shot while
he was attempting to pull the bell that
would have secured tho attention of tho
conductor. And, of course, the first
thing which a murdorcr who knows
his business will do is to cut oil" his vic
tim's line of communication. There is
one way, and one way only, in which
railway travling can be rendered com
paratively safe by carriages con
structed on tho Continental system, up
and down which there is a fieo and
unimpeded passage. As matters are,
there is every encouragement for des
perate adventurers of the type of Lefroy
to take to the railway train, Just as tho
impecunious and daring gallants of a
by-gone generation took to the road.
The occupation, of course, is precari
ous. It is hit or miss. But there is al
ways a chance of making a coup, and
in the long run fortune favors the es
capo of tho criminal. London World.
a 1 i
Why do not our preachers study ora
tory? As preachers, not pastors, their
business is to work a certain effect, and
all helps to its production it should be
a part of the education to learn. I
presume 1 shall not be misunderstood
to mean the effect of displaying self,
and winning admiration for personal
gifts. What the true preacher seeks u
do Is to Inform the intellect with Chris
tian truth; to stir the heart, and there,
by influence the will, of his hearers.
Half tho sermons annually preached
are, so far as human insight goes, a
waste of labor and breath. Two things
partly account for this; one is that a
majority of the men set to preach are
out of their real vocation good pas
tors they may be, but fit preauhers they
are not; anoiuer is inai mose wuu
more aptitude for preaching do not yet
understand the means to be employed
to attain their object.
Sometimes the preacher has somo
conception of the needs of human nat
ure, and knows that the truest truths
fail to move when put before men in a
dull, dry way; perhaps ho does his best
to acquire a good style, and succeeds
in making un ably-written discourse.
But when he comes into his pulpit to
giTe it to his poople, whore is the im
pression it should produooP What be
comes of his choice words, his, consid
ered sentences P There they lie upon
the page he holds; he proceeds to read
them. Why do they fall of any result?
It is for want of delivery, of the orator
ical art of makinp; mere words "tell."
His faithful effort goes for little; he
seems to his hearers to be reading some
thing to them, as he Isnot to be speak
Ing to them from the heart.-August
Since the slaughter of cattlo in this
country for shlpiueut to Ktiropo has bo
uome a bummus, an industry iias boon
established in Middloton, Conn., for
the purpose' of working up tho large
bones which aro out oil with tho feet.
Tbe bones aro sawed up by machines
fiarticularly adapted to tho purpose,
ho solid portions are made Into buttons
and knlfti-liandlos, tho knuoklu joints
ground up, and with the dust from the
saws, sold fur a fortilivsor, and t tin small
pieces of t lio hard bone granulated and
used by gun and tool manufacturers Iu
ciuia liai'iloiiiug. The bones me used
whllo fresh, as tlioy soon begin to col
or, and articles mmln of the stainod
bono would not be uiarkotahlo. Tho
buttons, when made from the fiHi
bono, nvo whiter than ivory, and are
sold under tlio niinio of "Sitka Ivory."
This single establishment receivod from
Now York (luring llio lust year no Ioh
than 1,200,1X1(1 (ix shins, and Hie do
niand has int'tonsod to such mi extent
that the price has risen within a year
from Jft'JI to :w per ton; but even nt
the latter prico, a handsome margin U
left for tlio manufacturer.
"Wo always rcciiiiiiui'inl Malt Hitters."
'A pel foot fcHid moilicine."
"Host nourishing ..gvnt we know of."
"Women and children take Malt Hitlers."
"Overcomes nervousness and hIccpIohhiicsh'
"Not a vile rum hitters-"
"A p effect renovator of rxauatcd i.attiro.
"Most successful medicine in the woild.
Stop That CoiirIi.
If you are HiifiWing with a cough, cold'
asthma, bronchitis, bay fever, consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or nny
affection ol the throat or lungs, use Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption.
This is the great remeily that is causing so
much excitement by its wonderful cures,
curing thousands ol hopeless cases. Over
one million bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery have been used within Hie last year,
and have given pet feet satisfaction in every
instance. We can unhesitatingly say that
this is really the only sun; cure lor throat
and lung affections, and can cheerfully
recommend it to all. ('all and get a trial
bottle free of cost, or a regular size fir ft.
For sale bv Oeorge K. O'lliira, Druggist,
Cairo, III." (II)
The Hound I'lilooced.
C'lms. Thompson, Franklin Street, Huffa
lo, says: "I have suffered fur a longtime
with constipation, and tried almost every
pnrgntivo advertised, but only resulting in
temporary relief, ami alter 'constipation
still more aggravated.' I was told nliout
your Spring KIimsiuii and tried it, I can now
say I am cured, ami though some months
havo elapsed, still remain so. I shall,
however, always keep souiuun hand in ense
of old complnint returning." Price Ml
cents, trial bottle lo cents. Mold by Paul
IIiiMtHH.Ds of men, women ami 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. .Sue advertisement.
' A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should bo stopped. jNeglect frequently re
sults in an Iucuralilo Lung disease or Con
sumption. Hrown's Hronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coii&ha, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers aro subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Hronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide ami constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they havo attained
wcll-meiitod rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Hold at 25 cents a
O WAHHANTNO. I.
Public notice Is hereby iflven that the county
court, of Alexander county has rendered Judgment
for a special iii'Hincnt upon property henetltted
by the following Improvin.ii'iit, via: I he construc
tion and rernnstriK'tiiin ofaldewalks In blocks num
her 1. t!. H, 4,6. li, IS. 14. Ill, 17, 127. VI. Ill, :W,
411, II, i'i, 4:1, 41, 4li, 117, 43, 40, Ml, til, W, 611,
H8, (HI, 70, 75 cllvof Cairo.
mocks u. ir, 17. is. m, i. sr., a, i. m, :ii, no,
hi, 75, SH.SI, in the First addition to the city of
Cairn, mill hl'ick I in the second addition lothe rlly
of Cairn, as will more fully appear Irom thocertllli'd
copy of the Judgment on flln (11 tho ofllr.e of Die
ritv rlnrk ol die cllv of Cairo that a warrant for tlio
collection of such aaeohsnmuts la in the hand of
tho nndiiretKiieil. All persons mturnstea nro Here
by notified Im rail and pay the amounts assessed, at
Die collector's nlllre at thu Alexander County Hank
within thirty dsya of the date hereof.
City Treasurer and Kx officio city Collector.
Dated, (his -rtb day of August, ISSI .
A DMINIHTKATOH H BALK.
I'nhllr. nollre Is bereliy iflveu Hint III Ulirsiiaiire
of an order ami ilecree niailn and entered In and bv
the county conrt. of Alvjender county, state of llll-
inn. al the. I lino term inereoi. a. ii.. imi. in a cer
tain cause wherein Jacob K'Ri'ln aa admimstratoi
of tho estate of William M. Athertoii. deceased,
was plaintiff, and J uila Athertou, KrHiicia I). Atbrr
Km, I liornas .1. Crali', Maria 3. IlU(lo, Kranria M.
Athert' n, Ilehccra J. A'.horton, llexi-kian m. Aln
erton, I.nlil .1. Al.herl.iin, William J. Atherton
Thoinaa I). Atherton. Kliaahelh Wicker. Klllah M
I'eeli-r, Kllen Yoiiiik, Hmlth Yoiino, Krannla
Yoiiiiu, James M. Cralir, KminaCralir, Alice i:rali,
Marv (,'rali;. Klxsila Clnr.ii. John Ondwlll
Jiieeiih Ooilwin and Thomas J. Crslg, iiianllan o(
l,u 1 11 J. and William J. Atherton. were defendants,
I. thciinilersluned, asanch administrator aforesaid,
will procond to sell the south east Quarter of the
south WSKliliarior Ol secuou iiumner iwnniy sn
f) and the west half of the north east quarter and
iheAaal. hairnftlin north west nnartor of sor.tlon
number thlrty-flvo CIA), all In township nninhr
nftcun (IM south ranite niimber t wo CI), westol llio
(lie ibird nrlncinal meridian, in Aleiander
coiintv. elate of Illinois, on Thiirsdiiy. Heptomher
VHft 1HHI al utnv.n n-rlrirk in llltt fliri'OOOII. Si tilO
railroad station house lii lloilnoa Fark," In said I
county. Tho terms of sale are ono-hall cash flowu
and tho other hall In nn year with six percer-1 In
terest, secured by note and inortirauo on pienilsea
sold. And at the same time and place, the under
slitiii'd as such admlntstmtor. will aell al public
sale the followlnn described lota In tho town of
"HodKca I'ark.'Mn salil county, namely: Lot num
ber seven (T) In htock number fonr (1); lota num
bers four and six (4) and (II) In block number nv;
(H); Iota number four (4) ard
elk-ht. (N) In Mock number sl
()l lots numbers olbt(R) and len (Hi), In b ock
number seven (7); lot niimhei elphl (H) lu blork
nnmber fourteen (M)j lot number seven (V) In
block number fifteen (lb): lota numbers one (1)
and throo (H) In block number eovenlooni lotnum
borBve(n) In block number twenty ouo W) lot
numburali () In block number twenty two (tef), In
pu rsnance of a decree and order of s aid county court
made andentore d at tbe July term thereof, A. p.,
1HH0, In a certain case wherein the aatne parlies
above named were plaintiff and defendants. Ham
lota to he aold en tho eame terms aa above speci
fied, except where tbe aalo la for a enra not ex.
eeedlng ten dollars i the same must be paid at the
tlmaofthepnrehaae. Held aalee are to be made
for the purpoao ol paying dohta ol 'the aaldeaUto.
J Ai OU KlUULKt
July M, 1981. Adratulitrator, etc.
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apaisas.a.as a nr. r..a- fcs.ss a raa-s sMs a a-w m.. w. I -
klLTtUK MKDALi AT THft PAKIH KXPVsllTIOlV. COLGATE CO., H.Y.
For sale ly 0. W. IIisiHlcrsoii. Cairo, Illinois.
THE EQUITA BLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
ItiO 13HOADWAY NEW YOKK
The Equitable Life Assnraiice Society was the first to in
troduce the !
TONTINE SAVINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life insurace lo a degree before
W. N. CKAINF, (ifiicral M&nairpr for IUinoiH, Iowa, Nclirtwka, aud tlm
Territorial, 1H Demliorn Street, Clileairo.
M. A.. BTJRNISTT, Ajront,
0rner Twelfth St., and Wasliington Ave., Cairo, Illinois
MUTUAL All) HOC! KTY,
A SUIISTITUTK KOIt MKR 1SSUR
WIDOWS' & OltrilANS'
Mutual Aid Socikty,
CruHiilriil Julv Hth, in77, t'niler the Uwn o
tlie flliiteof Illinois. i:oivrl!lileil July .
i), 11177, Umler Act olCiiiiirn ss.
V. (1. HI III'II
I". T. 11111)0
I, A. lilll.DHTINK
J. .1. (lOI(I)ON
KX HHJtJTl V Hit !OM M aTTKHJ:
H. LKKIIITON, I., b. THOMAS,
JCWIIITK, W. r.l'ITfllKR,
,1. H. McdAIIKY. ,
William Htrallon, of Miration A Bird, wholesale
oroenre; Paul (t. He hull, wholesale and retail drutt
Kiel: Hazon Lflhlon, commission merchant; Jas.
H. McOahry, liiuilier dealer; J. J. Oordoil. pbya
Iclan; J. A. (Joldstlnii, ol (loldstlno & Itosenwater,
wholesale and reUll dry oods, etr,; Wm, P. HiU-.h-or,
ironeral aent.; Henry II. Kills, city printer and
book binder; Chesley llaynes, Connor; J no. O.
White, assistant secretary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer In flour and uratu ; K. Ilross. presi
dent Alexander County Hank; (1. W. Iliindrlcks.
contractor and builder; t!yrue Close, Konernl
aueiitiTliiimiis Lewie, s'ftary and nlUirnav at
law; I., 8, Tliomaa, broom manufacturer; W. V.
Kussel, contractor and builder; C. T. Iludd
aReiitd HI. I.. '.. O. rallaoad:Moaea I'hllllpa, car
penter; II. A. Chumbley, contractor, Cairo, Ilia,
ltev. J. 8wnrr, olergvnian.Ht Ionla, Mo.; .1. II,
ltethime, circuit r.lork, Mlsslssljipl county, Cbarloa
ton, Mo. ; J. II. Mmire , lawyer, Conimureo, M t
n Hlni'ieiarv. nhvalclnn. Arlington. Kv.; J. W.
Tarry, phvslclan, Kulton, Ry,; Wm. Ryao, farmer,
Murrv. Kv. : A. Htolnharh. maniilaclnror of ead-
dlerv, Krsnsvllle, lnd,;lke AnoiBon, acretr
to anperinlimdetiic. m. i.. u. raiiroau,.iacK
ann. Tens. I J. H. Hohortsou.lihvslc.lan, Willie.
vIllo.Tcnn.; Thomas A. Osborn, harnosa maker,
Bolivar, Tenn.i Wm. L. Walkor, "Dixie Adver-
tlelDK Ancnev" HoUv BprlBi, Ulei.
III ? shall I
"i hi-?M ! 1 , in diiir 1 ,..,
! .( an.l n-.e souilntiiMr, an, .,,,. or. lull v ..11.11.,
ChMOt. liiionl'l rnr ilmimn
Kursal' all Di nifi.n. a4iiiiMD.li,
ina rvtnailf , J s
lea from Dura
Vaseline such aa
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor lea.
Vaseline Toilet Boaps,
era arisr is ihaliar eee
Ad agreeable form of tak
ing VaMlina Internally,
oa rrara a vat
msV I V I II II
..w sv -a bibb
tie. A!so fur
and Diphtheria, etc
all our goods,
0PE1VKD JUNE FIRST.
It. Is situated In Pope County, Illinois. In a spur
of the Or.ark Mmintaliis, half way between Vleuua
and llolconda. its
iSiirroiindinp's are Delightful
AIR COOL AND 'uKACINO,
ICR IN ABUNDANCE. The table le spread
with all the delicacies nf tbe aeaeon. 'The
waters are mineral. appellaliiK and health Riving,
and tbolr beneficial effects are felt Immediately.
u nliowu lt ... ..
DMINISTllATOU'8 HA LB. ; ,
tt.. 1.11a aa..tlA laa taaaauakea .al nna a-Uaaf) las ttnasiHttnnk
I iiilliu u i r 1.1 1 v in iiuivuj HiTvu iuaii iu I'uinuaMiiv
of au ortlor and Aeorua mde and nterd by and In
llio couiiiT cuun ui nmAiiucr cuihiit, mmv w e
lliioin, ni the AtttfURtinrni thirtor. 1H81. In MrUln
.a.i.. aa I tt.. M.a.l.i.Ml,....asl mm mA m ( II 1 PHtnP
VDIlKn TIIVI()1I1 nv uiMiuiPiuiU'U Sao ..---
of tho estate of William O'Callahan, deceased .and
anmltnatratar wtin tne will aunoiea ui """,u
O'Callahan, deoensed, was petitioner and Thomae
O'Callahan, Adallno KonulaUie i and Alfred Math
ewe warn defendant, the nndorslRHed will, on
Wednesday, the llat oay oi osuwui ,
at the hour of two o'cloc k p. at. tho fh nt door
of the eonrt house In Cairo. In aald connty, offer
for aalototh. blRhj-sf. bidder foi ' eaek l iand, lo a
nnmber Tour (4) In block number lorty (40 ) In said
city of Cairo, and lot number seven (T) Jn Mofk
n mrn ne oen (111), and U number torty-two
("T In block nnmber twenty (180), both In the Klret
.dditlon to aald 0oKLr;
Cairo, Ill.t Augait id, Ml. Adululetrator, cte.