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The loading Hclenilatu ol to-nuy Hirmu ttiat most
aiseastts are causoil dv illanrdurei Klclmiy or I,lv.
er. II, therefore, the Kidneys and Liver arc leapt ID
perfect order, perfect hoallli will ho the reault.
Thl truth baa only lieen known short time and
ror yuara people a ilTerud ereat agony without be
ing able to find nillel. 'l'tie discovery of Warnor'
Bulb Ulduoy and I.lvur Cure mark a now era lu
tho treatment ol theso trouble, Made from a
Implo tropical leaf ol raro value, it contains J nut
the elements Decennary to nourish and invigorate
both of these great organ, and safely restore and
keep them In order. It la a I'OHITI VK KKMBDY
for all tho discuses (lint cause pallia In the lower
J art of the lioily-lor Torpid Uver-llomlaches
aundlce Dlxxlnflsa Uravol Knvur, Ague Mala
jlal fever, and all dl rtlcultie of the Kldneya, Liver
and Urinary Organ.
It la an cxcollvnt and safe remedy for females dur
Ing I'rugnuncy. It will control Menstruation and
I Invaluable for Lo corrbua or falling of the
As a Illood Purifier It la unequaled, for It rurea
the orana that make the blood.
KttAI) TIIK KECORD
'Itaaved my lire." B. K. Lakely, Helma, Ala.
"It i the remedy that will curu the many dis
eases jiocullnr to wimen." Mother' Magaiilnc.
"It has passed ivvura tent and won endorse
lnculs from some of the hluliest medical talent In
the country." Now York World.
"No remedy heretofore discovered can be held
for ono moment lu comparison with it " Kev. I!.
A. Harvey, 0 D., WaHhington, D. 0.
Thii Kumudy, which has done such wonder. I
put up lu tho LAUUK.ST SIZED H0TTI.K8 of Buy
medicine upon the market, and I gold by d rurglats
and all dealer at tl.2f per bottle, Kor Diabetes,
enquire for WAHnBK'b HAKKDIAUItTKS CUKK
II. II. WAKNKR 4 CO., UochoBter, N, Y.
MRS. LYPIA E. PIHKHAMi
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Tha PoaltlTw Cure
For all Female Complaints.
Thla preparation, aa It name dgniflea, eonatata o(
Vegetable Properttea that an harmleas to tha moat del
icate Invalid. Upon one trial the merit of thla Cam.
pound will be racognlatid, aa relief la Immediate i and
whan lta uae la continued, In ninety-nine cams In a hurt.
drdapannaaenteureiaeffectl,aatliouaanda will tw
tlfy. On aooonnt of Ita preran merits, it la to-day ra
oommanded and pnaerlbed by tba beat pbyaklaaa In
It will cur entirely tha worat form of falling
of tb uterua, Lrooorrtaa, Irregular and painful
Menstruation, all Ovarian Trouble, Inflammation and
Ulceration, Flooding, all lMipbaoement and tha con
eequentaplnal weakneaa, and la eapeolally adapted lo
tha Change of Ufa, It will diaaolve and eipal tumor
from the uterualn an early aiage of development. Tha
tendency to oanneroua humors there li checked vary
speedily by Ita uae.
In fact It baa proved to b the great
eat and beat remedy that baa ever been dlaoovar
ed. It parmealea every portion of the system, and gtvae
new life and vigor. It remorse fa! ntnesa.flatulenry, de
stroy all craving for stimulant, and relieve weakneaa
f the stomach
It euro Bloating, Headache, Ksrron Prostration,
General Debility, Sleepleaaneaa, Depression and Indi
gestion. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain,
weight and backache, la alwaya permanently ourod by
Ita use. It will at all tlmea, and under all elreumataa
eea, act In harmony with tba law that govern tb
for KldneyOomptalnt of either ei this oompoun.
I unsurpassed. .
Lydia t. Pinkham's Vogetable Compound
la prepared at M and ttt Weetern Avenue, Lynn, Naa.
Prloal.W. Sit bottles for an.OO. Bent by mall In the
form of pills, also In the form of Loaongea, on receipt
of price, 11.00, per box, for either, lira. PINaUUkl
freely answers all letters of Inquiry. Bend for pam
' point. Addreaa a above MrnUnn thii paper.
No family should be without LYDIA E. PINKHAH'
liV.R PILLB. They oure Constipation, BUIouaneaa
and Torpidity of tbeUvar. Boenuparboi.
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Before Tftkinirnnivi.'ral laaaltndc
naln In tho back.1
dimness of vision, premature old ago, and many
other diseases that lead to lusanltv.j consumption
or a prematura grave.
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pacaagu, or six package for 5, or will he aunt free
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Communication unon anblectaof aeneral Interest
Lomepiinncareataii times acceptable. Helacted
m 'inn script will not be re'.urned.
Letter and communication should be addresied
-a. a. unrnert uairo Jlllnol "
Ono of the Htiill-koenors at tho ('mi
tral Maikol had a bitsKot of vegotabloH
to go to a houso on Fort stroot eimt,
and culling to a wliilewiwlmr, who was
lianirino; round for a job, he said to him:
"11cm, old man, take this basket to
No. Fort struct, and I will jrivo you
a walei molon." t
Tho colorotl brother closod his liar
Rain at onco, and upon his rutum, afttir
asiispicioiiHly brief absonce, the man
handed him tho two halves of a green
melon. "I promised you a melon, and
bore it is," he said, as lie clapped the
"But (hit niellyon haint l ino, boss."
"Can't help that. I didn't specify
that I would give you a lino ono."
"Dat's so, boss, but I didn't specify
what time dis Rummer I should tote dat
basket up dar, cither, an' I kinder
reckoned dat it was best to leavo it in
a lumber yard till I saw de si,o and
color of de niellyon! Fears liko I haint
much behind in dis trade."
Ho had a ripo melon under his arm
as ho started oil' to finish his errand
Detroit Free J'ress.
A Brotherly Act.
Justico Field is roportod by the New
York Star as saying this: "When I
go into my brother Cyrus' oflice I foel
us if I was surrounded by forty steam
engines and olootrlu batteries. Such
activity and bustle as he daily goes
through would drive me crazy. When
I told him I was going to Europe, ho
itskod mo if my wife was going. I
said I thought not, as I could not well
afford lu I left for homo, and in a few
days I got a letter from Cyrus which
said: 'No man should take a trip
abroad without his wife. I have for.
warded to London a letter of crodit for
you for 1,000.' This was all thoro
was in it, and I think Cvi tis was right.
Ho is a noble fellow, and an affection
ate and devoted brother." A Chicago
man recently received a letter from his
brother saying that he could not tako
bis wife to Europe on account of the
additional 6" 'lense. Tho Chicago man
immediately wrote back: "I seo you
are just as tough as ever. I shall play
the same racket myself next year."
Is it Possible
That a remedy mudo id' such common,
simple plants as Hops, liuchu, Mandrake,
Dandolson, etc., mako so many and such
marvelous and wonderful cures as Hod
Bitters do? It must bo, for when old and
young, rich and poor, pastor and doctor,
awyeranu editor, all testify to Imvinir bean
cured by them, wo must believo and doubt
no longer. Bee other column. Post.
Tlie Power of the Pmw.
In no way is the imwer of tho nress
more surely shown than in the universal
knowledge that has in less than a vear. been
diffused throughout fifty millions of people
of tho wonderful curative nronerlifsot that
splendid remedy Kidney-Wort. And the
puopiu iroin mo Aiiamice to tne racmc
have shown their intelligence and their
knowledgo ot what is in tho papers, by al
ready makinir Kidnev-Wort their house-
hold remedy for all diseases of tho kidneys,
ivcr and oowcis, iiornM.-
Hundukos of men, women and children
rescued from beds of pain, Bickness and
almost death aud made strong and hearty
by Parker's Ginger Tonic are tho best evi
dences in the world of its sterling worth.
You can find theso in every community,
Post. Heo ndvortiHoment.
Mrs. Wallace, Buffalo, N. Y., writoi: "I
have used Burdock Ulood Bitters for nurv
(invalid bilious headaches, and havo recom
mended them to my friends; I believo
them superior to any other medicine I have
used, and can recommend thiim to ono re
quiring a euro forbillousroM." Price H.C0,
trial size 10 conts. Pan! O. Hchuh, Agent.
My patent adjustable HAKUOW ii be
lieved to be tho best, as wll
est harrow that has evor boon offered to the
itinnur. i sen a ursi Class standard two
horso harrow that will easily harrow 20
acres In a day, for ten dollars, all complete.
They can bo ordored by letter and shipped
according to directions warranted to give
satisfaction. Or, if a farmer wishes to
make it at home ami savn fmloht.
is just the size and weight be wants, I will
A..,, I l.t. I . .
urn mo pian wiin instructions ann right
tn mako one, and tend it by mail ' tor ono
dollar. If villain mechanics wish to mako
it to supply their customers, I will give
mom vory lavorauio terms, inn tnoy will
have In addition the advantsgo gainod by
saving freight. It is very simple and easy
to make. Bend for circular and prlco
tils, 8. Hutchinson, Griggsvlllo, Pike Co.,
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY
Horaos - Trotters and Walkers
Every now and then there is a mania
for trotting horses. Even tho practi
cal farmer gets tho bit in his mouth
occasionally, and llkos to tako u spurt
in a light vehicle with a two-forty stop
per, or as near to that as good luck
may throw such an nnliiial in his way
In purchasing from a drove, as has
frequently been tho caso. In the mldMt
of this the question is asked. "Js tho
trotting horse of any value to the com
munity" and it has been liberally (lis
cussed tho lust few years in our agri
cultural dubs. Tim prevailing idea is,
with ninny people that the fast horse is
only useful to or valued by gamiilets,
sporting nion, etc. Hut Is this soP Wo
think not. Thero are extremes in
everything, and It is a pity Unit the
speeil of this noblost of animals should
bo connected with any such thought ns
this. That it is wrong to havo our agri
cultural fairs made subservient to horse,
races, we admit. No paper lias taken
stronger ground airuiiist this than tho
(Jermantowii Trtcfraih. Indeed, wo
are not sure but wo might claim that
the mnrkod improvement in public sen
timent on this subject was Inaugurated
by us. Certainly wo foel that no paper
has dono morn' for wrroctlng public
sentiment than we. Yet there is no
more reason why there should not Im
fast horses that there should be slow
ones; and a fast runner should bo en
couraged as much as a fast walker.
While wo cordially agree, therefore,
with the proposition that any agricul
tural society, which makes the interest
of a trotting horse paramount to all
other interest, will sooner or Infer be
ruined, wo are by no means willing to
admit that nothing but evil comes from
a fast horse. One of the great sources
of human admiration for the horse is '
that he is fleeter and stronger than we.
Wo care li tt lo for the walking horse,
except as a mere walker, in which he
is certainly valuable; but it would bo
bard to got up any enthusiasm In a
horse rnco. We never even hoard of a
bet made on a walking horse, though
ono might say it would be its easy 'to
get up bets on walkers s well as (in
trotters. But it is not dote. Thero is
no admiration there; nc enthusiasm;
because thero is nothing remarkable.
Hut we meiisuro the horse's valiio hy
the work ho can do and his lleel ne.ss of
foot. Theso nlo tho legitimate subjects
for admiration and u-ucoiiragciiioiit.
Our only objection is fiat these points,
which ought to Im of rery limited en.
courageinent when I hero aro so many
other departments of Agriculture to care
for, are so often made at the beginning
and end of an exhibition. That's alC
Yet all must mlnii.' thai there is no
grander sight than a race bet ween two
or more remarkably fleet horses; and
if it were possible that they could be con
ducted as a mere event of sight-seeing
at a stipulated price, without betting or
any of tho evil elltscts usually connected
with these oceadons, thousands of
people would attend thorn where hun
dreds now do, and willingly pay their
dollar or five dollars to enjoy the thril
ling interest of such an event. (7r
Judge R. .and Journalist II. aro
troubled witli tho disease of egotism,
and for the first time, in speaking of
each other, brought to my knowledgo
the fact, that the patient is not aware of
his own infirmity.
"I like the judge," said tho journal
ist, "for ho is a man of lino attain
ments; but I must cut him. He cannot
get away from himself. His coal-tail
is glued to his base."
"1 wish," said the jurist, "that II.
were loss of an egotist. It is dreadful
to hear him from morning till night,
and all night talk of himself. It is as
tonishing ho does not suo what a born
he makes of himself. Waslu'ntton
Lad:iv8 who appreciate cleganco and
purity are using Parker's Hair Balsam. It
is the best articlo sold .for restoring gray
hair to its original color and beauty.
-I.--. ... i )
Mr. Gcoruo E. O'Hara. tho live drtiL'L'ist
of the town, is always up to the times and
ready to meet the demands of bis many
customers. Ho has just received a supply
of that wonderful remedy that is astonish.
ing the world hy its marvelous cures. Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption,
coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, hay
fever, phthisic, croup, whooping cough, tick
ling in the throat, loss of voice, hoarseness
or any affection of the throat and Iuml'h.
This remedy positively cures, as thousands
can testify. If you do not believe it call
at Ins drug store and get a trial bottle free
of cost or a regular size bottle for one dol
lar. As you value your life, give it a trial
and lie convinced, as thousands already
have been (4 )
Thousands of women have been entirely
cured of tho most stubborn cases of female
weakness by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound. Hend to Mrs. Lydia
E. Pinkham, 2U3 Western Avenve, Lynn,
Mass., for pamphlets.
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to have the aei.li-iii e ol Menics K . Mi'l.oiiKhry, wliu
at 'the July term, A. I. 1H7H, nflhe Alcxamler cenn
ty circuit court was sciiUinccd to lliu piiiiltiuillHry
at .1 nl let. III., fur llui term of Iwrlv.i y.-ars, lor Hut
ollvnsn of burulary, riiuiniulcri, Wliiiu and whure
any person opposed lo said cuiiimuliitlon can ap
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SI'KCIAI, ASSKSHMKN'I' No'l'l(.'K.r-8lB('l At,
WAUKANT NO. I.
I'ubllp notice Is hereby tilven iiiat. the county
mint of Alexander county has rendered luiluineiit
for a aperhil assesHiii.i'it upou prnpiirtv lienelltleil
hv the lollowiiiK Im prt.veiiieiit, viz : he r.iitiHinir.
tlnii and reconHtruetli.ii of eldewalka In blocks nuui
her 1, 'i. DJ.t.il, i:i,ll, HI, IT, iff. tttt.ai, ;w, :iH.
W, 41, i'i, 4.1,41, 411, IIV, 4fl, Id, tt), fil, !!, M,
tin, iw, ;n, Tnntv or Cairo.
Illocks ft, 12, If., 17, 1H. Ill, l. tt, art, !, :w, xt, M,
51, 75, ai.HVI, In the Klrst iiililltiuii to the cily of
(.'alro, and block I lu the second addition totlin city
of Cairo, as will mure fully apiiear Iroin Ibecertllled
copy of tho Judgment on lllo In Hie oltlr.u of I 111)
citv f-lerk of Ibe cllv of Cairo that, a w.rrM.il tor tli..
collection of aurli iisHesstneiils la in ilio lianda of
llui unilerslciieil. All persons Interested arc here
by not Hied t call and pay Ibe amounte assessed, at
the collector' nlllco at the Alexander C'nunly Hank
within thirty tliiya of Die dale hereof,
THOMAS .1. KKHTII,
Oily Treasurer and Kx nfllclo City Collector.
Paled, title '.'Mli day of Auiitist, Ikki .
I'ulillc notice Ik hereby eiveu Hint in piirHtiatiru
of an order and decree niadii mill rnlered In anil by
the rounly court of Alviander county, stale of Illi
nois, at the .1 niio ti Tin I hereof, A , 1 1 , , IHHI , In a cer
tain cause wherein Jacob K'nu'ln a ailtnlnielratoi
olthv estate of Willliun M Alherton. deceased,
waapliiltitlir, and Juda Allierlnii, Kniin l I). Atber
Ion, Thomas J. Crali', Maria,). Kltritle riincis M.
Alherton. Itebecca J. Alherton, lli-r.ekiali M. Ath
crton, t.ulii J. Atherlon, William .1. Athnrlim,
Tlmma l. Atlierti.n, Kllaiibelh Wicker, Kllnh M.
I'eeler, Klhilt Youiii;, hinilh Yoiiiil', Krnnel
Yiiiiiik, Janiu M. Crnlu, Ktunia Cralu, Alice Crale,
Mary I'raiu, KI.Hila Klncli, John (iodwlii
liiaeph (li.dwln and 'I'lioma J. Cralif, Kiinrdlan of
l.ulu J. and William J , Atherlon, were defendant,
I. thoiiiiiliirslk'ncil, assuch Rdmlnlstrntoriiforesald,
will proceed lo sell I he south east quarter of the
nulli wel quarter of surtluu number twenty six
(.91) and tli weal half of tint north east qu . ; r and
the east halfofthe north west quarter i section
iimnber ihlrty five (.no, all In lowrishlp number
fifteen (iri)soi'th ranire number two (U), weal ol the
the third prlncipnl merlillan, III Aleiander
count r. stain of Illinois, on Thuradny, Heplember
first NHI,al eleven o'clock In lhi Inreiiooti, at the
railroad slatlon hoiiao In "Iloilue I'ark," In aald
county. Tho terms of sale are one-half cash down
and the other hall In onu year with six per end In
ir rust, secured by note and inorlnuuo on p emlae
sold, And at the aatnn limn and plar.n, the utider
sltfiii'd aa such admltilatralor, will sell at puhlln
aale the fnllowlnir described tola in tho town of
"ItoflKc I'ark," In salt ciniul v, namely: I.nt num
ber seven (V) In block number four (4); lota num
ber four and six (4) and (tl) lu block iitiuihur live
(5); lot number four (4) aril
eight (Hi In block number six
(tl); lots number cIkIiKK) and ten (III), In block
number aeveo (7); tot niimbet einht (H) In block
number roitrtuen (I4)j lot number seven (") In
block number fifteen (IM; lot number ouo (I)
and three (IV) In block bum bur seventeen; lotnu rt
ber s,v(M In block nnmber twenty-one ('JI)i lot
rumher six (n) In block number twenty two (&!), lu
pursuance of a decree and order ol anld county court
msdeai'donUiredatthn.lnlylurui thereof, A, D.,
1MH0, In cur tale case wherein Iho sain partle
above named were lit alntlirnd defendanl. Held
lots to he sold en thn am term above uper.l.
Hud, ciw pl wh" tho aln I for a auin not oi.
cmillnB lendolUrs; the same must It paid at the
tlmeoftho purchase. Hald saica are to be mad
for the pnrpoeo ol paylny.de.hu or the saldesiniu.
' JAOOIl UMIOI.K.
July W, IH1. Admlalstralor, lc.
MORtKPTKMHKR 1, 1881.
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For wilu by (!. W. IIcikIcikoii, Oiiro, Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
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The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
TONTINE SAVINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life insurace to a degree before
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MUTUAL AH) H0C1KTV,
A SU1WTITUTR FOR MFR INSUR
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Mutual Aid Society,
OF OA 1 J tO.
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II, I.KKIMTON, I,, h. TIIOMAH,
J, C. WIIITK, W. F. PITCH KK,
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IIOAKI) OI1 MANAtt JCKHi
William Hlriitlnn.ofHtratloii A ninl, whnl.-sala
grociira; I'aul (1. Hrhitli, wholnsaloanrt miall ilruu
Klsl; Hnx'.ti i.vlnht.oii, rommlsslon morrhatitiJaa.
H. Mr.llahoy, liinibnr ilwalnr; J. ,1, (iorilon, phys
ician ; J. A. (lolilatltm, orOoldslliiu Mi UnsnnwiiUir,
wlioliisnlo and rntall dry iroods, ctr; Wm.K. I'lU-.ri-r,
KiiDnral au.-tit; Hon ry li. Kills, city prlntor anil
honk hinder Oliualny llayni', Cootisri J no, O.
Wlillu, asslstnnt m'.riilary and solicitor: Albert
I. nwls, d.-alnr In Hour ami uraln; K. Ilros, prnsl
dnnt Aliuaudur tloiinlv Iltitik ; (1. W, llntiilrlcks.
vonlriintnr and huil.ldrj Cyru Close, cimurul
aiitit;Tlionm Lnwla, aecrolary and at lorn.-v at
law; I,. H, TlioiiiHS, lirootn inatitiractiirurj W. K.
Utitsol, contractor and billblur; V, T, Itttdd
ainmtd. Ht. I., AN. O. rallanad:Moi l'lillllns.car-
minlnr; II. A, Cliumblny, oontrar.tor, Cairo, 111.
Knv, .1, Hpanror, cldrgvman.Ht licnl. Mo.) ,1. 11.
Ilntliiina, circuit rlurk, Mississippi county, Chariot
ton. Mo,; J, II. Mooru , lawvor, Cnnimnren, Mo (
I). HlnitloUrv, phvalclan, Arllnftnn, Ky. 1. W.
Tarry, tlvlclnn, Kultain, Ky. ; Win. Kyan, (armor,
Murrv, Kv,t A. Htnlnhai.h, inanntaaturor of ad
dlarv, Bvanavlllo, Ind lko Andurtnn, aocratarv
topnpartotnndontc. Ht. L. N O, rallroml.-lack-on,
Tobb.i 4. H. lloburtson, phvalclan, Whlto
vlllo, Tenn.i Tbnmai A.Osliorn, hanmsa maker,
llollvar.Tonn.t Win. b. Walker, "DUle Advor
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Article from tiura
Vuellne Cold Cream,
COTS. CHtr nr atwa
nrnnar.a v. n u
Yaaeun uamphor Xoa.
Tualiua Toilet Boapa,
ar.iap.rlar I. aay Haillaf aaaa
An ajrreeable form of Uk
am niaw IUI
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of ll our (rood.
II IKY.X rnw I U WT A BOI.
0PENKD JUNE FIRST.
It Is Rtltutod lo I'opo County, Illlnol. Id a pnr
of tba Oaark Mountain, half way bntivn Vlenua
and Uolconda. Jl
SinToiiinliiis are Delightful
AIH COOL AND BUACING,
TCR IN ABUNDANOI. Tb tabla t iprtad
1 with all tha dullcaoir of tha aoaaon. Tha
watorsaro mlucral, appctlalun and health Rlvinir,
at.d thulr huneflclal ellects am hit IraraedlaUly.
I'nhllc notlra I hnrehy (Ivan that In pnntunc
or an tril.tr and ducrtie nail and autarad by and In
tbii county court of Alaxandar county, tata or Il
llnol, at (ha Anutt.rm thairof, 181. In a csrtaln
cause whoniln the nnderalirncd a aamlnlatrator '
of iboostal of William U'Callihan, (Iwcaard, and
aitmlnlstrater with tha will intieied orntcnaro
O'l'allahan, daeeaaed. was pntltlomtf d Tbomaa
O'Callahan, Adallne Kuniilslon and AlfMd Math-
fwa wcrudvlendanta, tb nndri(t" w"
Wednesday, tha llal day of HUptvmbor, A. D., INI,
anaanourortwoo ciiMip- at., ann" " "
or tha eourt bona In Calm, In ld coanty, offf
foy alo to the hlitln-! hliJ.lor for caah In i hand, Iota
nnmboi four (4) In block nnmboi forty (40) In ld
olty of Cairo, aud lot nutnlxr vn Cf) In block
nnmber nlnitvon (III), and lot nnmber forty-two
Ui) In block nnmhnr twnty (DO), both In tb Hint
, Cairo, Ill.i Auuit W, 11. Admlnlitrttor, (to, ,
aaa MB .annr
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