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The leading hclentlaia ol lo-nav aisren trial omul
diaeaae are cauai-d bv di-derel Kidney or 1,1 v.
er. II, thenfore, tb K idr'jri and l.iver are kept in
perfect order, purfect tiealih will be the reault.
1 ti is trutli ban only been known a abort time ami
for rear people i ifTered great agony without be
ing able to find rellel. 1 bo dlacurcry of Warner'
hate Itldney at.. I.tvcr Cure mark anew era in
the treatment of tbeao trouhlea. Made from a
aim pie tropical leaf ol rare value, It colitalna Juat
the element neeary to nourlan and invigorate
both of lucne great ori!n, and aafe) retorn and
keep lhm In order. It I a I'OSITI VK WK.MKDY
for all the dlaraau that eano pain In tho lower
iiartoflhu body lor TorpH Mvcr Ili ad ache
anndice Dlmlimtn Gravul Hewr. A una M ala
Jlal Ker, and all difBcultlo of the Kidney, Liver
and Crluary Organ.
It in an exrellrur and afc remedy for femaleii dnr
Inir Preifuancy. It will control Menstruation and
la Invaluable for Le corrbua or fulling of tin:
At a Illooil I'urlfli-r it la unequaled, for It cure
the oraiui that make the blood.
HKAI) TIIK KKCOitD
"It aaved my llfe."-K. H. I,akly. Hetma. M.
"It la the remedy that will cure the many dia
eaiea iiecnllar to w men." Mother' Magazine.
'It ha paaacd revere te.ta and won endorae
mouta from nine of the hiuheat medical talciit In
the country." New York World.
"No remedy heretofore dlaeovered ran lie held
for outi moment In companion with it " licv. C.
A. Harvey, 1),, Washington, I). C.
Thla Hetnedy, wblcb haadonu auch wonder, i
pat np in the LAKOKST HIZKD BOTTI.KS of any
medicine upon the market, and la od by d ruf t;i e
and all di aler at fl.'-Hpcr bottle. Kor OiabHi.
enquire for WAHNKK'rj HAKK DIABETES t'L'KE
It la a POSITIVE Kerned.
II. 11. WAHNKK A CO.. Kocheater, N, Y.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAlft
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
TV Polti Oirn
Tor all Female Complaints.
Thla preparation, aa tt nam lirni, eonalrt of
YC"UM rropertlM that are harmk-aa tu th ok d4
tm laralld. Ufa one trial the mailt of Una Com
pound will ha recogntifd. urellrf I Immadiate i and
vhtntuiaartaeonuoueil, in ninety Bin caao In a ban.
dred,apanuanettruTvlaCe,1l,aaUiuuaaada will tea
tify. On aorouut of lu (ini.ee merlta, It la to-dj r
eoaiaamital and praecrtlied by the bat phytieiana la
It will cure nttr.ly th won form of fallint
of the nterua, luoirrhn, trrfirnUr and pajnful
Menatniatlon,allOrarUaTroablea, Inflammation and
Cleeratioa, flooding, all IHapJaremenC and th eon
xjueot aplaal wraknraa, and I eoperlaUy adapted to
the Chanff of Ufa, It will itbeolT and eipel tumor
f rota tba uteroaln an rly a of development. Th
Un4nry to eanreroua huuvre there la cheeked ry
(imdlly by tta aae.
la fact It ha proved to b th arm
at and bMt remedy that ha ever bon dlaoovar
d. It ptnnHM every p.'rtlon of U ayrtem. and glva
new Ufeandvtiror. Itrwmoveafaintneaa.fiatulaney, d
troy all ei-aving for atunulanU, and relievea wwakaea
ft eunw Bloatln, HMdache. Korroua rr oat ration.
0nral Dabllity. Rleepleaaima, Drprrmioa and Inrtl
rMtioo. That feeling of beartu down, eauainc naln,
vaifbl and baekacbe, te alway permanently rttnd by
luuaa. Itwtllatalltlm,aodiuiderall rlrenuiUa
cm, ait In harmony with the law that fovvrn the
for KldneyComplalnta of either art thia eompouna
tydia I, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
a prepared at to and Bo TVawern Avenue, lynn, Maae.
PncaH OO. Six bottlra for .00. lent by mall In th
form of pllli. alao In the form of Isitenirea, on receipt
of prtc. 1.00, per bot, for either. Hra. HNiHAS
freely anawer all letter of Inquiry. Bend for para
phlet. Addreaa aa alio.e M'ntum fan paper.
So family ihould be without I.TUIA H PINK HAM'
LiVCR PIIJA They core Comrtlpallnn, Eillouantaa
and Torpidity of theUvrr. J5 cent oer but.
FOIl SALE BY DRl'QGISTS.
RICHARDSON & CO., St. Loiub, Mo.
Wholetalo aenia for LYDIA E. riNKHAM'8
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TMADI MARK. The Great Eiil'-
nn rcrueay, An
. utilallliitf cure for
poteucy and all
a a aequuncc
of aelf almae; aa
limn of memory.
Before Taking.--! i" Taking.
dtmnea of vialon. premature old airo, and many
othur dineaee that lead to inenltv, conimiiiptlon
or a premature ifrava.
f-Kull iiartlculHra In oar pamphlet, whlrh we
dealao to aend free bv mall to evorvone. trrThe
Bpocillc Medicine 1 aold bv all druiri!!"!" t 51 for
nackaire. or lx packat'e for J5. or will beaent freo
bv ma ion receipt of 1 10 monev. nv (inreainK.
UrrrAio, N. Y.
Hold In Cairo bv Paul U. Schtih.
vifvirfftiiuuiVI'iT rinnan .nil alirn Tlffcltlt
lug, ftrain.iiK, vanilahtng. poliahlnR, kaloroin
C. OO eta. HOOK Ol Aipnaouir, .T. !"' 1 J
A . ...... l1 1 ,iMiu,. ,a v.n.e.i nun
Aijiiwieua, nil. piku, v-nr i"Kvt vm, . ......
Docoratlvo Painting, 50. Japanese ornamentation
omnaura sign vt riior, . ounonra owmi
llook, $1. Hcrolls and Ornament, (Widolphe) 1.
of huokaeller or by mall' JKSSlt HANKY A
tu, imfiaBaaeireoi. n. 1.
JNSTANT PAIA RELIEF
la a wonderful and Immodlalo cure fur all acho
tVChoumatlam, Nouralxla, Uundachc. ur
che, CntB, Bruiiva, Sprain, etc.
Sold at all DruRftlata. -Wholeiale
depot 83 John St. N Y.
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Cream Cookies. One pint cream,
two cups Hiiar, threo eggs, two tea
spoonfuls so'lit, four t.jaspoofuls cream
tartar; mix a soft as possible to roll;
uutniei' or cinnamon; bako (juifk,
Cora r riUers. One-half lea-cup but
ter, tlie b:uuo of flour, one egg, pepper
anil salt, 0110 pint grateil corn, beat it
up ami fry it on a well-buttered grid
dle. Thoy are as good as fried oysters.
Fried Spiash, A delicious dish can
be made of the summer crook-necked
squash simply by frying them in but
ter. Slico thero as you would cucum
bers, dip in dry flour, fry to a brown,
and imagine that you are eating fried
Lemon Pudding. Put in a basin one
quarter pound of flour, same of sugar,
name of bread crumbs and chopped
suet, the juice of one- good-sized lemon,
and the peel grated, two eggs, and
enough milk to mike it the consistency
of porridge; boil in a basin for one
hour. .Serve with or without sauce.
.Sponge Gingerbread. Take one cup
of sugar, one cup of sour milk, one
small teaswonfu! of soda, one cup of
molasses, four eggs, the white and yolks
beaten separately, one cup of butter,
one tablespoonfuf of ginger, one cup of
raisins, four cups of flour. In place of
sour milk ami soda you may use sweet
milk and baking powder.
. Fried Egg-I'laut. Pare your egg
plant; cut in slices a third of an inch
thick, and lay them in strong cold salt
and water for three hours, putting a
plate and weight on them to keep them
under the water; wipe each slice; dip
in eggs beaten with a tabluspoonful of
cold water and fine cracker-crumbs;
fry in boiling drippings of half lard and
Stowed Corn. Scald the oorn just
enough to harden; slice oft' the ear so
as to divide the kernel threo or four
times; scrape the chits (tlio sweetest
riart) from the cub, add sweet milk, a
ittle water, a little butter and salt;
simmer ten minutes. Heat an egg and
add, stirring in evenly just before tak
ing oft' the tiro. A very little sugar im
proves it for the tasto of most people.
A (iood Way of Cooking Onions.
It is a good plan to cook ouioiia in milk
and water, it diminishes the strong
tato of that vegetable. It is an excel
lent way of serving up onions to chop
them after they are boiled and put
them iu a stepan with a little milk,
buiter, salt and pepper, and let theiu
stew about tifteon minutes. This gives
them a tine flavor and they can be
served up very hot.
Home-made Crackers. Theso are
more wholesome for children than
cookies, and tho novelty of having
them made at home goes a good ways
toward making them eatable. Take
three-fourths of a cup of butter or lard,
one pint of sour milk, threo teaspoon
fuls of baking powder. Stir all except
tho milk in with tho flour, and when
thoroughly mixed put tho milk in. Bo
careful not to knead them too much,
as thore is danger of their being ton
tough; roll thin and bake in a quick
Ilaked Macaroni, Break up as much
macaroni as you desiro for your dinner,
put it on to boil in tepid water, so as
to allow it to swell. In twenty-five
minutes, if soft to a folk, drain it
through a cullouder. Butter a deep
dish, place a layer of macaroni, then,
sprinkle over it salt and pepper; cover
with grated bread crumbs and a little
grated cheese. Fill up tho dish in this
manlier, and lap bits of butter over the
cheese of the top layer. Hake in a hot
oven tiftoen or twenty minutes; if loft
in tho oven too long it will become
tough and unpleasant.
They were in a Lisbon Street shoo
Btore, tolling about their narrow escttpo
on their way down from out of town.
They wore an honest-looking couple,
nnparontly nearing their golden wed
dlug. Said ho, "Iliad got pretty nigh
a railroad crossing over yonder, when
I heard tho engine holler" "Yes,"
broke in his wife, and I says, 'Massy
011 us, John! do hurry up, and get
over." She stoppod to take breath,
and her partner continued: "So I give
tlio lions a clip, ami just as soon as I
Sot ou tho track two big aims camo
own, one on each side of mo, and I
couldn't go one way or t'other. There
was the engine a screeching anil the
cars a milling along, and there wo was,
shut in there'. "And 1 says, "Why,
JohnT " put In his wife, whlfo tho man
continuoit: "But the switchman came
along mid grabbed my . hoss's brldlo
and pulled mo off just as tho train
whiod by. I never had such a squeak
. - .-.1, , a ..11 1 .
in tuy 1110, noveri "aiiu mi 1 eoum
...Lit. ... 4l. 1 .1.
tHhJ ' II Vf VV V " V VI V .w.aw.ua vv
, Why. John!" rcjoinod his better-half,
wiping her spues with an agitated
say wniitj we were uu mo m.a was,
hand. Lcwixhn (Mc.) Journal
DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING,
A Professional View of It
Yesterday afternoon two young misti
cal studonta met in a Fulton etreet
saloon and fell into conversation on tho
"I am inclined to think the at tending
rihysicians have misapprehended Iho
President's case; what do you say, doc
tor?" asked one.
"I agree with you, doctor," replied
the other. "As soon as Ihey discov
ered that tho bullet had penetrated the
laudable pus, they should have made
an effort to extract it"
"My idea exactly. And if peritonitis
supervened, they could readily have re
duced it with a borax gargle. Don't
you think they might have lowered tho
jieritoneal wall into the abdominal cav
ity so as to have reduced the pressure
on tho liver, doctor?"
"They might, doctor, but wouldn't
tliiit have produced lesion?"
"Certainly. But, doctor, they could
then have turned the lesion over, and
in that way reduced the respiration at
"You are right, doctor. I'f I'd been
there I should have drawn the bullet
back nnd downward, in order to relievo
the inflamed parts."
"I see; anil tied tho arteries nt your
leisure. Yes, yes. Did you get the im
pression that any of tho ligaments were
cut by the bullet?"
"1 think one of the anterior vessels
was soveiod, and tho rush of blood in
to the stomach is all that saved his
life. Have you considered, doctor,
that the bullet may pass into the fem
oral artery anil make tho patient very
"No. I hardly think so. If tlmso
physicians understand their business,
they'll tie the spinal cord around tho
bullet, and then they can pull it out
at any time. I wouldn't recommend
its removal now."
"Certainly not, doctor. I thought
of ono thing that would have worked
well in tho earlier stages, but it's too
late now, aud that was during the fever
to increase tho temperature until tne
bullet melted, permitting it to pass off
through the wound."
"A most capitul idea, doctor!" Why
on earth didn't you recommend it at
"Oli! I wasn't called into tho case
and didn't like to interfere. What did
you think of Old Hreyfogle's lecture on
the sub clavian artery?"
"He is aa old ass! Anybody knows
that the clavian arteries aro the root of
sciatica, which will only yield to am
putation, doing to the base ball to
morrow?" "Yes, I'm scorer. (Iood day, doc
"(iood day, doctor!"
There's been a heap of medical wis
dom waited fin the President's wound,
and not altogether by the younger men
of the profession. 'Hrooklyit E"jlc,
Kossuth "At Home" to Americans.
Kosuth is still living at Hatacconein
Piedmont not very far from Turin.
He leads a most retired life, visits 110
liody, and cares to see no visitors but
Americans, to whom lie is always "at
home." In spite of his advanced years
he was born in Aril, nnd is
consequently well on toward 80 he
still retains largely his extraordinary
powers of work and can even read
without spectacles upon brlcht davs.
He has lately been painfully bereaved
in the death of his long-timo compan
ion and faithful friend, (Jen. Iha.sz.
How to Ot Sick. I
Expose yeurself day and night, eat too
much without exercise; work too hard
without rest; doctor all the time; take all
the vile nostrums advertised; and then you
will want to know
How to Get Well.
Which is answered in three words Take
Hop Bittcis! See other column. Express.
nre prescribing that tried and true remedy,
Money-Wort tor the worst cases ot bullous-
ncss and constipation, as well as fur kid
ney complaints. There is scarcely a per
son to ! loiind that will not be greatly
Itenetiitcil by a thorough course nt Kidney
Wort every spring. If you feel out of
sorts and don't know why, try a package of
kidney-Wort and you will tecl like . new
creature. Indianapolis Jcutincl.
Tlio Lips We Love to Press
inclose pearly teeth, and exhale fragrance
when opened, if this double charm were
wanting, they would lack their main at
traction and probably remain unkissed.
SOZODONT will secure it. Discoloration
of the teeth, unhealthiness of tho gums, and
a breath winch causes repugnance, are com
pletely remedied by thin incomparable
licautifler and antiseptic of the tenth, which
is as plcasaut to taste ns it is reliable in its
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness. ncrvotiB debility, and all wenkness
of generative organs. l. 5 for 5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave, N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Goto Paul (J. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dves. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
trom 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and Oerman. 1 nto 15 cents.
It Ueitds the List
Of all othur preparations or medicines. Iu
cases of nausea, headache, dizziness or ir
regularities of the system, Burdock Blood
Bitters havo no equal. They never lail in
affording Immediate rolief. Prlco 1.0W,
trial size 1Q cents. Paul O. Bclmh, Ajjent
Never ton Luto to Mend.
Thus. J. Arden, William Street, Enid Buf
falo, writes; "Your Spring Blossom has
worked on nie splendid. I had no appotito ;
used to klnep badly and get up in the
morning unrefreshud; my breath whs very
offensive and I suffered from severo head
ache Binco using your Spring Blossom all
theso symptoms havo vanished aud I tool
quite well." Price 00 cents, trial bottles
10 cunts. Paul 0. Schtih, Agent.
Thousand of women, havo been entirely
cured of the most stubborn cases of female
weakness by thu use of Lydia K. Pinkham's
Veiretable Compound. Semi to Mrs. Lydia
E. Pinkham, 2'3'i Western Avenve, Lynn,
Mass., for pamphlets.
30 DAYS TRIAL
June 13, 1878.
Wjwlllarnd on thirty day trial
Dr. Dye's Electro-Voltaic
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If you an; irnftraU d with Mi k lu ailarhc, take
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If your hnweli arc dinordcrcd regulatu tlium vith
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If your blond l Impure, purify It with
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If you are truiiMi-d w.tb rpring complaint, crudi
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If you have any almptom of ulmri! or acrofuluua
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For Krrrou and (leneral Debility, tone np Mia
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ty clrrult i imrt wa aentrnced to thu petillentlnry
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pear and realm atild application II liu area III iu to
Dated Oil 'Mb uy nf Auiruat. A. I) lwi.
JAMES K, Mt'LOfiillRY,
ly ANiil'H LKKK.
WARRANT NO 1.
I'iiblln notice I hereby ulven Dial tbn county
rnuit of AleXKuder roiinty liaa rendered Judgment
for a apei'ial eaineut upon propiTty beneiHied
b the IoIIowiiik Iniproveineiit, vlr,: t lie ronat ruc
tion anil reconatriii'llini of aldewalka In block num
ber I, '.. il, 4, Ml, Hi. I I. Ill, IT. 117. W. HI, .1". i.
4tl, 41, il. 4:1,41, 4il, H7, t n uil, fit, M, M,
liK, (ill, Til, T.lrllvnf Cairn.
Illiirk . 1J, 17, In. Ill, ill, . an. M, M. IK',
M,7.VH.,K. In the flral adiiltion to Ihu city of
Cairo, iimt hlork I In IhVaeeoiid addition lolhn city
nt Cairo, aa will more hill v appear Iroin the certified
ropy ol the Jililittiielll ni llle In thu otllca of I'll)
rltv :lrk of tho nity r Cairo I bat warrant Tor Ihn
rollurilon of eili li aaaeaamelil I In ll.o hand of
the iinderalKiieil. All peraon Intern led aro hern
by notified t call and pay the amount aeed,at
llnrollector'a nlllcit at the Alexander County Bank
within thirty day of the dai heranf.
THOMAS ,1, KKRTlt,
City Treaaiirer and Kit-nfllclo City ('olloi'tor,
Dated, llili iM dny of AUgurl, Ihhi.
SEPTEMBER 3, 1881.
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1UO BROADW -A.Y NEW YOKK
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. CHAISE, General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
Territorii'8, lOit Dearborn Stret-t, Chicago.
K. A.. BURNETT, Aent.
Ojrner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois
MUTUAL All) 80CIKTY.
A SU15ST1TUTK FOR MFR 1NSUK
WIDOWS' A: OIirilAiXS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OrcnnlM'ttilulv I Hh, 1S77, 1'mlnr tlin 1mw o
I Iki !"liiti' of Illinois. Coivrlglitnl .Inly
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II. I KIUHTO.N, " f.. b. THOMAS.
.1. C. WIltTK, W. P. ITITIIKH,
J. 8. McOAIIEY.
JIOAUU Ol'' MAN AC J-KI18:
William Hlrulton. ofStralton A Ulrd, wh"laalo
Itrni-ura; I'aul O. Srhuli, whnluaalc and mull drmc
k'lal ; lln.iii I.i'IkIiIiiii, rominlaalon ninrchiuit: Jan.
H. Mi'lialiry, luinln'r deal it; J. J. Onrdon, jihy
Irlan ! J. A. Ouldatlim, nf (loldatllio Hi KuhphwuUt,
wholvaalu and n-liill dry ennda, rlr,; Wm.K. Pitch
it, Kinicral aiii'tit; llimryll. Kllia, city urlntiir ami
liiMik blndiTi Chualcy luyni', Ooooit; Jnn. C.
WhIUi, aanlaliint ccnaary and aollrltor: Albert
I. vwla, dealur In flour anil Kraln ; K. llroaa, rnt
dent Alexander County Hunk ; (I. W. llumlrlcka,
conlriirlor aud builder; Cyril Cloae, Kenerul
auent; Thonm IaiwI, Necretary and attorney at
law ; L, 8, 'I'Iioiiiiih, broom nianiil'acliirer; W. I-'.
ItiiMol, rontrartor nnd linlliler; C. T, Itudil
aiteiitO. t, li. AN. O. riilluoad;Mce l'lillllna, car
iM'iitur) II . A. Chumliley, contrarlor, I'alro, III,
liev. .1. rlnrnr.iT. c.liirirviiian.Ht lul. Mo.! J. II.
Ili'tliii'V, clrrult clerk, Mllaalii county, Cliarlea
lull. Mo .1. II. MiuiPH . lauviir. lnmm,i.An M ,
j), BlnuletHrv, nhvalc.liiii, ArlliiBlon, Ky,( J, W.
Tarry, iihvalclan, Knlton, Kv. Wra, Hyan, fnrmur,
Murrv. Kv, : A. Hteinhach. mar iilactumr of ami.
dlvrv, Rtanavlllu, lud.jlko Andnraon, ancrntarv
tn anpriiiii'iineni f , tt. L. iE n O, ruMroad. dark
ami, Tern.; il. H, Itohertann, iivielan, Whltn
vlllo.Tenn.i Thnmaa A.Oahom, harnea maker,
llollvar.Tunn.i Wm. L. Walker, "Dlxlo Adver
tlBlng Aiicncv, nollv HprlBK, Mia.
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Article from pare
Vatellne inch a
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Ice,
Vaseline Toilet Boapc,
an aapartar U tay alaliar
An airreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline intemaDj.
25 CEITT8 A BOX.
and Dinhtheria mtr
of all oar goods.
EXTOHITIOBI. COLGATE & C0..H.T.
of the United States.
OPENED JUKE FIIiST.
It I situated In 1'ope County, Illlnola. In a pnr
of tho Ozark Monntaln, half way butwevn Vienna
aud Oolconda. Id
Surroundings aro Delightful
AIK COOL AND BRACING,
ICR IN ABUNDANCE. Th tahl la iprtad
with all the dulicaciea of thu aeaon. Th
watur are mineral, aiipetixltiK and health dlnti,
and Iholr bonuflcial eflecta ar felt Immediately.
p"W, ftoprutor. i
I'uhllc notlca la hereby alven that In pnrnanc
of ail order nnd decree made and tutored by and In
tlm county court of Alexander county, tat ol II
llnol, at the AnuilM term llieraor, lull. In a certain
cauaa wboreln the underalirned a administrator
of iheeatato of William OTallabaii.dacraaj'd, and
admliiUtralnrwIih tlio will annexed of Klchard
O'Uallahan, deeaa.d. wa pilUner and 1 bomaa
O'Callahan, Adallno Kenniatoi i and A'fwd Ma b
ew were defendant, the underalffmid
Wedncday, the 111 f M' (u AJ1?. J1;
altliohourol lwooVliK'kp. ., al th m m doiir
or Ihn co rt a n l "-''' ,n, M fcc1ou?"'', I
f iraalat th hlheat bidder forcaah In hand, loia
imber ft . i !"." " tyjl to faM
H Ciro. and lotnimiher aeen (f) In block
H. m her nineteen (UU, and lot number forty-two
Cairo, 111 , Aui;nnt , 1r1. Admlulauator, t0.
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