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THE DAILY UAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1881.
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The leading Hclcntlst ol lo.oav eifree that most
lseaes are aoil hy diddered Kiduevs or Llv.
v. II, tlj ore fore, the Kidney and Liver are kept m
unccv nrticr, periecv neann win db me result.
mi truttt baa only been known a aiiort time and
r year people entered great agony without he
ir able to find rellel. 1 he dtcvory of Warner'
ife Kidney and l.ivur Cure nark anew era lu
treatment of these truuhlee. Mule from
mple tropical leaf ol rare value, It contain just
o sivuianMBeciiMiryiooourien ana invigorate
th ol these great orgtiie, and siifely future and
epthrin In order, it U a 1'OHl'fI VE KEMRDY
r ell the dim-Urea lint Mnm null,. In thn Inijv...
IK Of ihM hllllw !,. f..H.lll I tuu
uudlce-DIlne tirael-Kever. Amio-Mala-
1 Kever, and ell difficultly of the Kidneys, Livur
m i rimiy orga.ua.
It loan ricellvnt end safe remedy for female dnr
if Pregnancy. It will control Menstruation aud
luvalnablu for La corrUn-a or felling of thu
A a Mood I'urinVr It la uueqiialed, for It curca
o organa that make the blood.
-It aavsd my llfe."-K. B. I.akuly, Setma, Ala.
"It la the remedy that will cure the many die-
premier 10 wimen.-M oilier a Magarlne.
"It has pamM-d severe U)ta end won emiorse
uut from some of the biirhest medical talent in
e country. "New York World.
No ri-mody heretofore dlcoMd can ho held
rone moment In comparison with It " Itev. 0.
Harvey, I) U , Washington, I. C.
Thla Remedy, wnlrh ha done such wondcra. la
t up In the LAKUKMT HI.KD HurTt.ES of any
diclne opon the market, and la ori by druggists
id!l dealer at tipper hoi tie. Knr IHahetes,
quire for VVAKNKK'H HAKE DIABETES CTKE
; a POSITIVE Remedy.
II. II. WAItSKK fc CO.. Ilocliestor, N, Y.
MRS. LYDIA E. PIHKHAMi
OF LYNN, MASS.
' -m r..gm 1 aa ' M
m r a. s 1
-YDIA E. PINKHAM'3
Th Po'ltlve Cure
For all Female Complaints.
This prvparalioa, aa Its Bam alrnlnn, eonatste of
ecatabt I'ruC tM lliat ar hanoiiM to the moat daiV
tatalld. l'ca on trial the nwrlU of this Don
boand tn b mmimljMt, as nuef la Inunadlau j and
twn lu aa la euotlnuM, In ninety uln caani In a ban.
i rad, a fwroantul rur li 0m) m thouianda will tns
ijj. Ca aceooal of IU provan rorrlu. It Is today re
pomowBoKl and preacniwd by tb bwt phjuclaas In
It will cur snttrvly tha won form of falunf
k.r Um o torus, Uoeorrhu, Irregular and painful
Kanstroatlon, all Ovarian Troublaa, lnflramtl.in and
llraraUoa, rionllns, all Dlaplaosmenla and th eon-
Lquant spinal weaknf, and Is clally adapud to
I tit Cham of Ufa, It will duwolt and ipl tumor
Vran lb ubinuln an early stair of dkinwnt. Tha
BJimdmcy to oanrsrous bumor Ur Is checked vary
bpMdlly by lu use.
In fart It has prnrtd to b tb r-
lr.it and bast reroMly that has vr bwn dlsoovar-
Id. It permeate every portion of tba sTstjMn, and ylvse
new llfaand vUror. It mnovv ralntnMa,nauiMnry, a-
Ltroys alleravtnf for stimulant, and nuavs wmIidm
af th stomach
h cures Bloatlns, HeadarhM, Kervou Prostration,
Danasal DebUlty. Ktrepleauvaa, rrrMtlon and Indl
fsstlon. That ferltn; of (waring down, raualnff pain.
wslgbt and backache. Is always permanently euradoy
lis use. It will at all nmea. and under au cimmsiu'
csa, art In harmony with the law that govern tb
for Kidney Complaints nf altbar ss this eompouna
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
U prepared at B and Wsatern Avsnu. Lynn, Mass.
Price t bottles for ti.0. Sent by mall In tb
form of pltl. also In the form of loiengr, on receipt
of prtws I.00, psr bo, for IUir. Mr. nfiHAM
frsely answer all letter of Inquiry. Bend fur Dam
nhlet. Address a abov Jfrnliue (Ala paper.
No family ehnuld be without LTDIA E. FISH HAH'
LiTCR PILLS. They cure Constipation, EUlousnesa
aadTomldlty of tb liver, fccanu oer boa.
FOR BALK BY DRUGGISTS.
RICHARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
hnl sale ageni for LYDIA K. PlNSuAM 8
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
KADI MARK. The Crest Kng-
lisn I'oneu.v, jnij
unfailing cure for
potency and all
diauai-e that fulow
a a sequence
of aelf abuse; as
lima of memory,
Imncss of vision, premature old ago, and many
thcr disease mat teau vo iiiriinv, cuneum,uou
r a premature grave.
-ar-vnii ...riienUra In our lmmtihlut. which we
free, nv mall to vvervone, lrThe
I poclflc Medicine la sold hv all drngg ft at l tier
,acag. r six package for or will be ent free
,v mafion fj h,fflfi.;
HirrAi.0, N . Y.
Hold In Cairo hv PatilG. Brhiih.
In,,.iniauivirii iinnanand slon nalnt
RO.t iHI VIS. IMIOK "I lip"""".', ,: -
Klphahet. IV). Mlgti, Carriage, Car, Fresco, and
ft... it.un ka .i.hiflni. iirnament.ation
IiiuurntiTu lanii-iiiK, t.. uB-i.iivi.v-.- ------
a. ... n (,,...- o. . v..l Uenll
yi. oianuara nign wnuir, t. oinj,i.
look, II. Hcrolla and ornamonta, ii.oiiiini ray
if booksellers or hy mall' JHHtitf iiA.at
UU. iipiaeairoot, n. i.
INSTANT PAIiN RELIEF
It a wonderful and Imtuodlate euro for all achci
lyChouinatlim, Nuttralgla, Headache. Ear
ache, Cuta, Brulici, Bpralna, oc .
Sold at all Druggleta.
Wholesale dopot OS John St, N. Y.
Band for circular.
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I. A. Burnett Cairo Illlool "
The Cairo Prices Current
Office Wanhingrton Avenue,
Tl Caiiio Pbicis Cubhint 1i pnbllrhed every
Tuetday and Friday from the office of Tan Caibo
BrnxtTiN, and la intended to give a true report of
He condition of the market on day of publication,
and the publisher truata that full and complete
quotation will be given by the bualncet men of the
TERMS. One cent, vcopy On all order of
25 or more, of tame date, the Ruhecriher'a name
will be printed "Hbotit extra charge. Order fur
extra coplu must be received by 10 o'clock A.
Thlrhdav Evkxiso, Sept. 1st, 1981.
The drouth, bo far as Cairo and its im
mediate vicinity is concerned, remains un
broken. Notwithstanding the daily prom
ise's uf rain, the dust plague continues to
reign in thu city ami storms give us the
The market is generally unchanged. The
fall trade has not yet opened and transac
tions, as reported, are rather meagre.
FLOUR The market is firm and sellers
preter to bold stocks rather than sell at
present prices. We note an active demand
for choice and family.
HAY Receipts have been fair and tho
demand only moderate. As the fall trade
lias not y et fairly opened.
CORN Receipts are liberal and the
market is better supplied. The demand
continues active and prices firm.
OATS The market is not quite so firm,
and the demand is less active.
MEAL Finn and unchanged.
BRAN - Scarce and firm.
I5UTTER Choice is in fair demand and
EGOS The market is better supplied
and weaker. Prices are lower.
CHICKENS Old are not wanted ; young
Arc in fair demand.
Salea and Cduotatiorw.
NOTE. -The pncci here given are lor eaies from
first hand In round lota. An advance I
charged for broken Intern ttiltngordere.
!M) " choice (sold early)
t) Country Fancy
. i 57 W
4il Various grades
no bin raum
car "gilt edged" Timothy...
Hear atrlctly 1'r, me Timothy...
4 car low grade Timothy
4 car mixed, In bulk..
3 car miied in hulk....
4 cara white in bulk..
B car choice, In balk ...
ii car choice In sack. ..
t car In hulk
No. t Red, per hu
No. t Mudnteraucan.
Mill hlils Citv -
IK) bhl City 3 "VtJJ 85
4i pound strictly choice Northorn 27i?l'.,S
HIO pounds gilt edge wiji"!
.'iU0 pounds Houtbern Illlnoli 116
500 dooon Fresh.
Llvo, per doa..
I 00 B 00
in coop good young 1 vaa 00
Scoops hen 8 50
6 0005 50
.8 60133 00
New potatoes pur bbl. ,,,,,
7 wa tf
lid basket! grapes, per pd
50 basket a peaches......,,,
100 boxes Bartlet pear
50 boxea green pearl ,
Per barrel s 00
Plain ham $V.
8. C. llama .... N)i
Clear sides ,,,
John II HO
Ohio River 1 so
bushel burlaps H
nusnei , in
bushel " U
Peaches, halve and 4 Barters Kit
Choice navy ...
.11 nv&i 25
.1 TJli i 00
Calf, Green -
Oreen Malt ....
Sheep Pelt, dry ..
Hheep Ptlta, green..
M 75a.i y,
:i 4 5
Low Leaf 4 7r3 MK
Medium Leaf 5 S"(6 A !0
Good Leaf. 6 5 8 00
RATES OF FRBIGI1T.
Hay per Cwt
Flonper f bhl
I'oikr pe bhl
A Uure by Imagination.
At a lare hotel the not uncommon
dilemma arose of there being only ono
room in the house vacant when two
visitors required accommodation for
the night It was a double-bedded
chamber, or was soon converted into
such, and the two guests wh were
both commercial travelers agreed to
share it. One of these gentlemen was
a confirmed hypochondriac, and great
ly alarmed his companion by waking
uim np in the middle of the night,
gasping for breath. "Asthma," he
panted out; "I am subject to these
spasmodic attacks. Open the window
quickly; give ma air! lernneil be
yond measure, the other jumped out of
bed. But the room was pitch dark; he
had no matches, and he had forgotten
the position of the window. "For
Heaven's sake, be quick!" gasped tbe
invalid. "Give me more air, or I shall
choke!'' At length, by dint of groping
wildly and upsetting half the furniture
in the apartment, the window was
found; but it was an old-fashioned
casement, and no hasp or catch was to
be discovered. "Quick! quick! air!
air!" implored the apparently dying
man. '"Open it, break it, or I shall be
suffocated!" Thus adjured, his friend
lost no more time, but seizing a boot,
smashed every pane; and the sufferer
immediately experienced great relief.
"Oh, thank you; a thousand thanks.
Ha!" he exclaimed, drawing deep
sighs which testified to the great com
fort he derived; "I think in another
moment I should have been dead!"
And when he had sufficiently recovered,
and had expressed his heartfelt grati
tute, he described the intense distress
of these attacks, and the length of timo
ho had suffered from them.
After a while both fell asleep again,
devoutly thankful for the result. It
was a warm summer night, and they folt
no iucouvenieuce from the broken win
dow but when daylight relieved the pit
chy darkness of the night.the window
was found to be still entire. Had invis
ible glaziers been at work already, or
was the episode of the past night only a
dream P No; for the floor was still
strewn with tho broken glass. Then,
as they looked round the room in amaze
ment,' the solution of tho mystery
presented itself in the shape of an an
tiquated bookcase, whoso latticed glass
doors were a shattered wreck. The
Hpasmosdically-nltockcd ono was cured
from that moment. So much for ima
gination. Clear head and voice, easy breathing,
sweet breath, perfect smell, taste and hear
ing, no cough, no distress. There are con
ditions brought about in catarrh by the uso
of Sandford s Radical Cure. Complete treat
mont tor f 1.
Hundreds of men, women and children
rescued from bods of pain, sickness and
almost death and made strong and hearty
by Parker b uinger 'ionic aro tho best cvt
deuces in the world of its Btorling worth
You can find these in -every community
Post. See advertisement.
It Heads the Lint
Of all other preparations or medicines. In
csbcs of nausea, headache, dizziness or ir
regularities of tho system, Burdock Blood
Bitters have no equal. 1 ney never fail in
affording immediate relief. Price $1.00,
trial size 10 cents. Paul G. Schuh, Agent
Never too Late to Mend.
Thus. J. At den, William Street. East But
falo, writes: "Your Snriniy Blossom has
worked on mc splendid. I had 00 appetite;
used to hlecp badly and get up in tho
morning unrofroshed ; my breath was very
offensive and I suffered frem severe head
ache; since using your Bpring Blossom all
those symptoms have vanished and I feci
quito well." Price 50 cents, trial bottlei
10 cents. Paul 0. 8chuh, Agent.
"Pour Oil Over."
L. 1 Follott, Morion, O., stittes that ho
has used Eclectric Oil for burns, and lias
found nothinif to equal it in soothing tho
pain and giving relief, I'atil O. Hchuh, Agt.
Alton's Brain Food xisitivoly cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. 1. 5 fur 3. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Harclay Hios.
A Significant Fiu-t.
Tho cheapest medicine in uso is Thomiis'
Ecleetric Oil, because so very little of it 1b
required to effect a cure. For croup, diph
theria, and diseases of tho lungs and throat,
whether used for bathing the chest or
throat, for taking internally or inhaling, it
is a matchless compound. Paul O. Hchuh,
Mr. Georgo E. O'Hiira, tho live druggist
of tho town, is always up to the times and
ready to meet the demands of his many
customers. Ho has just received a supply
of that wonderful remedy that is astonish
ing tho world by its marvelous cures. Or.
King's New Oiscovery for consumption,
coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, buy
lever, phthisic, croup, whooping cough, tick
ling in thu throat, lows of voice, hoarseness
or any affection of the throat and lungs.
This remedy positively cures, as thousands
can testify. If you do not believe it call
at his drug store and get a trial bottle free
of cost or a regular size liottlc for One dol
lar. As you value your life, give it a trial
and be convinced, as thousands already
have been (4)
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For briL'htncsB and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
A Liberal Offer.
Wagner &, Co. Michigan Ave. &. Jackson
St. Chicago, offer to send Electric Belts,
Bands, etc., for the cure of Nervous Debili
ty and other diseases, free, for examination
and trial before purchasing. These Elec
tric Devices arc the invention of Dr. I). A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, and are
claimed to be tho only Electric Devices or
Appliances for the cure of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. See their advertisement in this
Thousands of women have been entirely
cured of the most stubborn canes of female
weakness by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vetrctable Compound. Send to Mrs. Lydia
E. PinkhBm, 2'M Western Avenve, Lynn,
Mass., for pamphlets.
Mrs. Wallace, Buffalo, N. Y., writes: "I
have used Burdock Blood Bitters for nerv
ous and bilious headaches, and have recom
mended them to my friends; I believe
them superior to any other medicine I have
ued, and can recommend them to one re
quiring a cure for biliousness." Price $1.00,
trial size 10 cents. Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
GET THE BEST I
LEAD ALL OTHERS!
Every Style & Price.
tmpmemeuti ni Conveniences found In
For Sad lu Every City and Town
in th United State.
Bavl tin Banks, lnsuriincc Companies, Trnstwa
ml lnvHsuirs Bunurallv arc Invited to corn's pdiiJ
wllh us rcar(llun hundg tlicy may desire to liny,
it'll or cidim ci'.
Mnnklpul Komi. Water Works I'mnimny
I.imiiH, unil ili'Kii'SiilP Kitlirortn rvennncR m
wsys oil hand. J. K. l.KWIS A CO.. Hunkers,
71 Odar Nt., Now lork.
Tulillc notlruis hiirnliy e'vi'ii tluil on Um ."Mb
dayol Hf plumber. A, D. ISM, at Kprlii.'tlH(l, 111.,
an armllrattun will ho marto to thu llunnrnbla Slid
hy M. Cullom, as governor of tho alula f Illinois
to linvc tho winlenraof.lemes K. .Mel.oiiciiry. who
at thn.ltily form, A. I). 1H7!, nl lhn Alexander riui
ty clrruit court, was sentenced to the ponllentliiry
at Jol let, 111., for thetrrmof twelve years, lor tho
offense of ImrL'lary, commuted. W'lion and wherti
m nerson minuseil to said commutation run 1111
peur and resist said application If hu sues III solo
Dated thla i-Uh day of Aii"iiHt. A. I). Wl.
,)AMI?S K, M' i.Ol CillKY,
Hy ANliUH ijKEK.
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTlCE..-SPBCIAt,
WA II KANT NO. 1.
l'libllc iiotlco la hereby (jtven that tho ronnly
cotitt of Alexander county nas rendered judi(meut
for a special assessment upon property benefllled
bvthe following Improvement, vlx: '1 tin construc
tion and reconstruct Ion of sidewalks In blocks num
ber ), . 3, 4, 5. ti, in, li, 10.17, itf. an, si, an, ;w.
40, 41, 4J, 1,41, 4H. 87,4$, I'l, 60, 51, W, CI,
MS, 71), 7B city or Cairo.
Block ft. Vi, 15, 17, IS. lil, l, SB, an, SO. 34, Hit, R0.
M, 7B, K),S4, In tho Klrst addition to tbe city of
Cairo, and block 1 luthi' second addition tothe city
of Cairo, a will more full v appe ir troin thecertltied
copy of tho JudKinuut on flle In thu office of Hie
city clerk of the city of Cairo that a warrant for tho
coiWlliinof such asaussmeiit la in the hands of
tho niiilurslL'iiod. All uorsons Intoriistnd aro hsrti
hv nolUM t call and pay th amounts assessed, at
tbe colli'Nnr'a olllce at ihii Albxaudur County Hank
City Treasurer and Ex offlclo City Collector.
Dated, tbU U5tU day of August, 11 .
D. LANGELLS ASTHMA ft CATARRH REMEDf.
ilciMndw!mi o ttwiu, I WMi,llMtuurlnf iwl llv J'r ui o'f I1Ibm to rr irhMr
a let Mia
rfftf ndatftit riu fur lrMlhi m uffarlnv
Hit Mir livrnmtwiunilina rnuU nrl rart tnrl
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Olila, or llllilliaJ!llMwivllWli
Used and annroved v the leadine PHTSI-
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trTrj them. 25 and 60 cant tixei
CSBAND MEDAL ATTHEFHILAOFXPUIA EXrOMITIOW.I .
mlvui nssAti at TH PAjtit. txrosiTioiv. COLGATE 4 C0.,li.Y.
For sale by C. W. Henderson. Cairo, Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
l'JO BROADAVAY 1STEW YORK
The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
TONTINE SAVINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life insurace to a degree before
W, N. CHAIN E. General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
Territories, 168 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
B. A.. BURNETT, Aent.
Corner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois
MUTUAL AID KOC1ETY,
UREK A! EUREKA!!
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
ANCE CUM PAN IKS.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual A id Society,
Orsaiiizcil Julv 1 Ith, 1 077, Under tlifl Law o
tint iHti'nflllliinlH. OiivrlKlitcd July
!), 11177, UndiT Arttif't'ontcrt an.
I'.U. SCIU'H l'ri'sldciit
C. T. KUUI) Vico I'ri'snU-nt
J. A UOLDSTINK Twaaiirur
.1. .1. (iOltl)ON Mudical Advisur
THOMAS I.RWIS Sur.nilsry
JOHN C. W1IITK Assistant Si'orntary
K X KUtJTI V11 COM M ITTKK:
II. LEKJtlTON, I., h. THOMAS.
j. c. wuite, w. f. rrrciiEH,
J. 8. MctlAIIEY.
HOAHI) 01' MANAOKH9:
William Htriitlon, of Htratton A Dlrd, WKiiliisiile
Krorers; l'aul U. Hchuh, wholnaaloaud rutall tru
ulst: Ha.un Ijulnhton. rommlaaion niprchsut: Jas.
8. McClahi'y, lumber dealer; ,). J. tlordou, phys
ician; J. A. tloidstliiu, ofUoldstllio it Itnsnnwalvr,
wholeaalu and riitall dry Roods, ntc; WmK. Pilch
nr, gcni'nil aRi'iit; lliiury H. Kills, city (irlnter and
book binder; C'htialny llaynva, Connor; Jno. C.
M'hitu, assistiint secretary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dualor In dour and grain: F. Dross, presi
dent Alexander County Hank ; ), W. Ilundrlcks,
contractor and builder; ('yrua Close, general
Kent; Thomas Lewis, aecrvtitry and attormiv at
law; U 8, Thorns, broom manufacturer; VV. K.
Ituaael, contractor and builder; C T, Kildd
(jenlO. HI. L. N.O.rallooad;Mose Phillips, car
pentpr; II. A. Chumbley, contractor, Cairo, Ilia,
ttev. J. Bpsnrer, clergyman, ft I.euls, Mo.; J. n,
Ilotlm no, circuit clerk, Mississippi comity, Cbarle
ton, Mo. ; J. H. Moore , Uwvnr, C'nmmercn, Mo. ;
I. Blngl itarv, phvalclan, Arltueton, Ky. ; ,1. W,
Tarry, phvslclan, Fulton, Kv. ; Wm. Hyan, farmer,
Murrv, Kv.; A. Btelnbsrh, manutacturer of sad
dlerv, Evanavllle, Ind.;Ika Anderson, lecmtarv
to snperlntcndent C. 8t. L. A N O. railroad. Jack
son, Teas.; J. 8. Robertson, phvsiclan, White
vlllo, Tenn.j Thnmaa A. Ostium, names maker,
Hollvar.Tunn. j Wm. L. Walker, "UlxU Adver
tUlng Aiicncv,'' Uollv Springs, Mi.
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In ha uT tlid H) !): til tint aMilnt i t- .
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Taaeline Cold Cream,
Taaeline Camphor lea,
Vaseline Toilet Boa pa,
fs.iirt. ; slallssMstK
and Diphtheria, etc
An agreeable form of tax
9.3 mrm i unr
of all oar good,
OPENED JUNE FIRST.
It is situated In Pope County, Illinois. In a spur
of the 0ark Monnlalu. half way between Vienna
and Uolcouda. It
AIH COOL AND BRACING,
ICE IN ABUNDANCE. The table I spread
with all the dollracica of the Reason. The
waters are ml ueral appctialng and health giving,
and their beuellclal etlecta are felt Immediately.
J. H. BKOWN, Proprietor. t
Public notice is hereby given that In pnraaanca
of an order and decree made and entered by aud In
thu county court of Alexander county, state of Il
linois, si the August term theirof, lNJl.ln a certain
causa wherein the undersigned at admluiatrstor
of the estate of William O'Callahan, deceased, and
administrator with the will annexed of Richard
O'Callahan, deceased, was petitioner and Thiirasa
O'Callahan, Adalltie Kouulslon and Alfred Matn
ewa wure defendants, tho underslitsed will, on
Wednosday, the list day of SepUmbor, A. DH
at the hour ortwo o'clock p. at the fr ni door
of the court nous In Cairo, In aid I onnty, offer
f.iraaletotho highest bidder '"V?.m
number four (4) m block number forty M0 ) in aid
citv nf Cairo, and of number ven (.) in block
nnnXr n neleen (int. and lot unmlier forty-two
("Tin block number twenty ('JO), both In tha Flr.t
addition to ld city of Calq
Cairo, HI.. August '), leil. AdialaUUator, ate.
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