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The limiting Hclvtiilati ol lo-nav nureo tht muat
dlauaaee are caiim-il by dlaflfdorud Klduuya or l,lv.
er. II, therefore, the Kldneya awl Llvnr are kept in
perfect ordor, pi-rU tt health will bo tha reault.
ihle truth ha only buou known a abort tunc arid
for yt:r people riftYred Brest anony without tw
ine thin to Cad roliel. 'I hu discovery of Warner'e
Haft lilducy and I. Iver Cure marka anew era In
tha treatmeul ul theeo I rouble. Mdu Irom
Imple tropical leaf ol rareVHluu.lt contalnn jiint
the elumeute ntwunary to uourlah and uiviKoraui
both of thi:m ureat orit?ie, and aafely reior and
keep them In order. It la a I'OHl'l I VK KKMEDY
for all tlm d1ri:a that eauau paiua In the lower
J art of the boily-or TorpH I.tver Jleadarhea
aoniticjI),iiiita -travel Kevur, ku .Mala
ilal Kever. and all (UillculUea of the Kldbuya, LWi r
and Crliiary Ornn.
It Uao excellent and aafe remedy forfenmloilur
Ink" Pregnancy. It will control Menntrual Ion and
I Invaluable for Lo corrbua ur falling of the
Aa a Hlood Portlier It la nnequalud, for It r.urce
the orgaue that make the hlood.
READ TIIK ItKCORD
'It aaved my life."- K. II. Likely. Selma, Ala.
"It la the remedy that will cure the many dla
eawe liecullar to winn;n." Mother' Magazine.
"It baa panned revere UwIm and won endorae
mcnta from cime of the hli-bcat medical talent In
the country. "New York World.
"No remedy heretofore rtlarj)veri fan be held
for one moment In rompart.ou with It " Kev. C.
A. Harvey, 1) I)., Weihinu'toii, I).
Thla Kumedy. wlilrh handone aueh wonder. Ii
put up in the LAlviKsT mzr.1) boti lks or any
medicine apon the market, and la eo)4 by druvu'inta
and all dealer at fl&tper hottle. Kor l)iabtia.
enquire for WAKNKK'S HAKK DI AJIETES Cl'KK
It la a POSITIVE Hem.-dy.
U. II. WAKNEK t CO.. Ho.heeter, N. Y.
MRS. LYDIA E. PMKHAM!
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
TV Poltiv Cure
For all Female Complaints.
Thla preparation, aa Ita Mm almlftea, eoulata nf
Yacstabt Profrtira that an harm-eee to tha mat del
loaulnralid. Upon on trial the mult of thla Com
pound will tie rwwsnlwd, aa relief la Immediate j and
when Ita aaa la continued, u alnrtynlna nae In a hun.
drad, eperaianratCTirelaen'i'Cted.MUKiUMUida wtu ta
tlry. Ob aecoont of Ita prorea merit. It la today r
eommandrd and prtaerUied by tha beat phytic lua In
It will rura antirvly tba worrt form of falllnf
of tba ttlnu, lucorrha. ImiruUr and painful
KaBatruatton, all Ovarian Troahlfa, InlUmnuUloo and
Clcarttlon, Flondliura, all LUacmenU aud tha coo
Mquant aplnal wrkMa,and k) MperUUy adapted to
tha Cbana of Ufa. It will dlaaolva and aipel tomora
fratn tha aterualnan aarly ta of devliimnt. Tha
tandrory tocnrerouahumorlhra ta checked vary
Ipaodlly by lu naa.
la fart It has provrd to ba tha trai
aat and dm ranvdy that bat fTtr bran discover
ed. It panuaaus evrry portion cf the ayatem. and tfvas
new Ufa and vigor. ltraroovMMntnraa.natuleivry.ds
ttnya all cravUif fur stimulants and relieves waakneM
si tha alotnarb
K eurea Bloating, Headaches, 5crvooj Prtut ration,
Oanaral DaUUty.HWplraanraa, Dapreaaion and Iodl
astion. That fiwlmg of besrlng; down, eauslnc pain,
walght and backache, la always (rrmanrntly currd by
lUuss. It will at all times, aidutdrrail clrrumitan
est, set In harmony with tbs Is that (ovsma tha
For IGdney Complaints of either tea thla compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Ii prrparad at tn and Ctt Waalern Avenue. Lynn, Mast.
Prtratl.in. 81 bottles for r,.on. ft nt by mall In the
form of pills, also In the form of Ixwtws, on receipt
of price, 111. Per hni, for either. Mra. HNiUAK
f raaly anawara all htUirs ( Inquiry. Rend for para
phlaC Addrwaiaa above .Vfitina Ihu pojicr.
Ko family thouldho wlth.mt LTD1A F. 1'INKnAM'
LiTTK FILLS. They rnre Conltlun, CUiouanuaa
andTorDldltT of tba Uvar. id cents per buz,
FOU KALE BY DRUfiMlSTS.
RICIIAUDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholeaalo aireula for LYDIA K. rLSKHAM'S
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
vainr mark, The Ureal Enir-
lien remedy, aii
nnlalllnc cure for
potency and all
dlsea.es thill folow
as a seiiuutici!
of self abuse; as,
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Before Tkiiigr ri ;AlW Xakina
dimness of vision, iiremntiiro old ago, and many
other diseases that luadto jncanlt v. coiisuinptlou
or a aremature itrave. .
-dvnn t..ilriilnra In nnr namtiblut. which we
deslae to send frcobv mall to evervomi. rtr-Thu
SpoclftcMedtcluo is sold nv nu arui;u'iii i j'er
pacKaee, or six packages for $5, or will be sent free
bv niailuu recoipi 01 me monev, nv 11 1 . 11
THE OKAY MEDICINE CO..
liuryAW, N. Y.
Sold la Cairo bv Taul G. Bchuh.
TiivTPii'ii manttat House and sltfti paint
1 Inn, KraimnK, varnlMhlntf. polishing, kalsomlnn
4c. W eta. Book of Alphabet?, BO. llook of i ancy
Alphabets. 50. Hliin, CurrlttKO, Car, tresco, and
Decorative Paintlug, 50. Japanose ornament atlon
ii. blandard Sin Writer. Standard Mcroll
llook, $1. Mcrolls and Ornaments, (Loiidolpho)
of booksellers or by mail' JaBotS UAStJ
CO. lWNaisaitrovt. N, Y.
INSTANT PAIN RELIEF
It wonderful and lmmodiato euro for all achca
IVCbcumatlsm, Nouralgla, Uoaduche. Bar
cbe, CnU, Brulioi, Bpralus, etc
Bold at all Druggist.
Wholesale depot 83 Jobn St. N. Y.
Mend for circular.
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THE DAILY liULLETIN.
aVIHT MOItMII (MOKDAVI IXClrTID).
Uaargeat Oiroulation of any Dally In
OiUce: Ballutln BalldlAK, WMhlnton irenae
Bubioriptlon 1C a 1 0 t
Dally (delivered ky earrlura) per week Sfi
lly mall tin advance) one rear 10 00
H'l month n (
Three mouthi 50
One month I (X)
Dy mall (In advance) ene year 1 1 00
mi mouths 1 On
Throe months 50
To clnht of ten and over (per copy) I 50
Puataue In all caaua prepaid.
Advertising 11 a tea:
Flral lna"rtloh. per Kiuare 1 1 00
HulieeflnentlnaertUma, per square 50
Ytt one week, per square $00
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iiti..i iirii,;,,.,.,... ,, 1 mj
Obituaries and resolution! passed by toi.letlel
lenceiiUi per line.
Ueathi and mnriiHtjci free
Plrat luaertlon, per annare 11 00
Ktjlit llnea of solid nonpareil r.onatltute aaiiiara.
Displayed advertisement will be chareed accord-
ins 'he spare occupied, at above rate there he
lm.' twelve Unci of aolld type to the Inch.
1 o reiruiiir advertisers we offer superior lnrtcce-
mmits, both a to rates of charirca and manner of
d splaylnif their favors.
I his paper may he found on Hie at (leo. P. Knwell
f'o.'s Newspaper Advurtlalnir Hareau. (10 Bprnce
atno'ti where n, sefllalui; contracts may be made
i r 11 in ew Tor.
Communications npon abject of general Interest
to the public are at all timet acceptable. Rejected
minn scripts will not be returned.
Letters and communications should be addressed
It A. Bnrnett Cairo Illinois "
The nw library buililin of Oiltirn
bia College, New York, will cost $250,
Large numbnri ol Mexican f iniilies
are leaving Nw Mexico ami Arizona
fur the norlliurn st;it''.s of Mexico.
A distemper has broken out among
the canaries at Mmilreil. Several
huniliod birds are sai l to have died.
The egsrs sold in Cincinnati will this
year undoubtedly roach the figure of
5,000,000 dozen, or rjO.OoO.OOO eggs.
Tho trustees of the University of Ten
nessee, at Knoxvillf, have finally de
cided not to admit negroes as studenH.
The New York ctirnpanics, anticipat
ing a light ice harvest next winU;r, will
hold their stock until another season.
Some $1,000,000 have been added to
the wealth of the nation by the mines
of North Carolina within the past five
Coal has been discovered in excellent
quality and large quantity in the State
of Oajaca, Mexi .o, along thu route of
General (irant's new railroad.
A man recently sold the timber-right
on a tract of land in Cambria county,
Pennsylvania, for $45,000. He bought
the land and trees a few years ago for
A new oil field is anticipated in Elk
county, Pennsylvania, where the oil
bearing rock is found in abundance.
Fifty thousand acres have been leased
for oil purposes.
A barrel of lager contains about
thirty gallons. There are sixteen half
pints to the gallon. Retailers, how
ever, get about twenty glasses from the
gallon. For a barrel of beer which
cost.s $8 the retailer receives about $.'J0.
This woman had out-door nerves,
didn't want to vote, and would hold a
husband with a firm grip : "I beg your
pardon, madam," said he, "for tun
smoke in the rot m." "Not at all. 1
rather like it U smells as if there was
a man around."
The 11 -year-old daughter of Sitting
Hull is called 'Slie-Vho-(ilances-at-You-as-She-Walks."
This is better than
having a girl who glances at every ice
cream saloon between the theatre and
the home of her proud sire, who keeps
"I'm sorry to havo to say it of a
woman ut her time of life Mr. Hrudder
ly, but as we're talking confidentially
now, I'll confess tnv wife uses powder."
"Lucky man," innocently returned Mr.
H. ; "if Mrs. P.ruddeily ever folt that
wav toward me, she'd use dynamite."
There is an awful state of all'airs in 11
Michigan town where a type-setter sul
stituted tho word "widows ' for "wind
ows." Tho editor wrote: "The wind
ows of tho church need washing ba lly.
They are too dirty for any use, and aro
a disgraco to our village."
The Hallimoro American says that
the blue-s'yed, black-eyed and violet
eyed darlings of tho coliego call it Vas
sar accent heavy on tho last syllable.
When tho violet-eyed darlings desire to
partake of the tinted cream that goes
by the nainu of ice, they call for a sas
str. Four years ago a young man, without
a cent on his back and only ono suit of
clothes to his namo, entered Denver
and begged his supper. Recently he
eloped with his employer's wife and
$10,000 of his cash. Closo application
to business, couplod with pluck and in
dustry wins every time.
"I novel tiro of reading 'Paradise
Lost.1 " said Miss l'osisush, her eyes
beaming with a dreamy languor.
"Don't you admire it, Air. Crab?"
"No, I don't." replied Crab crisply.
"I used to read it before I was married,
but now" casting a look toward Mrs.
C. " I know what 'Paradise Lost' is
without reading it."
llonry Wativrson says: "Tho pravo
trouble is, publio sentiment in Ken
tucky does not insist on the execution
of the laws; tho Judges, tho attorneys,
tho jurors and tho executive olliuers are
most of them alllictod with a sentimen
tal sympathy for unfortunate criminals
which pervades tho almosphoro of Ken
tucky liko a moral miasma, lowering
the standard of judgment and oonfusing
tho distinctions between right ami
At a rccont ball in London the resi
dence of the lady by whom it was
given was coolod by moans of tons of
Fco used in an ornamental roannor
in conjunction with forns and water
A Fronch nowapapor relates that a
millionaire lost bis entire fortune ex
cept about one hundred, thousand
francs, and died of grief within 21
hours. His brother who was his solo
holr.had long struggled In poverty.and
now, on tho sudden receipt of what ho
regarded as a largo fortuno, has Jus t
diod of Joy,
The Rev. W. W. (Vuo, re contly
missionary in Africa, has diilluguls W
LiniBuli ut Norwich.. Couu.. bf Joului- .
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING,
;!ig in a locturt tnat there was no oar
ren Sahara, and that tho whole country"
known on the maps as storilo and un
inhabitable was fertile and donsely pop
ulated. The wily Arabs started the lie,
he explained, in order to keep out com
petitions in the ivory trallio.
Albuquerque, N. M., has a greatly
respected Justice of the peace. An il
lustration of his method of dealing
Justice is commended to Justices iu
other far-west towns. He said to a
Mexican: "Yo aro charged with steal
ing cannod goods; what have ya to
say?" The Mexican replied, "Quion
abc?" "Well," aid the judge, "I'll
thrust the harpoon of jusiico into yez.
nd send yez up for ninety days, till
yez maybe can 'sabe.' Nixt!"
James William Fletcher, the Boston
spiritual medium, whoso professional
visit to London resulted In his wife's
froing to prison for swindling an Eng
ishwoman out of $50,000, has returned
home without !er He says that
among tho London attendants at his
Boances were Count (Jleichon, Princes
Albert and (ieorge of Solms, the Duo
de Parma, the duke of Newcastle, the
dowager duchess of St. Albans, and tho
countess of Caithness.
Ring at the door bell, half past 2 A.
M. Doctor pokes his head out of the
window. "Hollo!" "Hello yourself,
I'm no telephone. Come over to 17
Kast X street. Man awful sick over
there." "What's tho matter with him?"
"How d'ye a' pose I know! That's what
you've got to find out. I didn't bring
a diagnosis with me." And the doctor
slammed down the window.slammedon
his clothes, and profanely jogged over
to tho desired locality to find a sufferer
from an overdose of cold peas just
getting through the worst of it Double
The laying down of tho cable be
tween Berlin and Settin, which was
effected the other day, completes the
subterranean telegraph system in the
German empire. Ilieso cables now
cover 3,420 miles, nearly all of them
having seven wires, and they have cost
over $7,500,000. They are laid beneath
all tho principal rivors.and establish di
rect telegraphic communication be
tween 221 different cities and towns of
the German empire. The first cable
was laid just four years and eight
QueenVictoria has invested the duch
ess of Abcrcorn, whose husbaud had
for maDy years been her representa
tive at tho mock court of Dublin, with
the order of Victoria and Albert. She
had previously invested tho wifoof an
other lord lieutenant, the duke of Marl
borough, with the order, which is worn
by the ladies of tho royal family and
highly prized. It W a beautiful cameo,
engraved with the beads rf the queen
and prince consort, set in diamonds
and pearls, and surmounted by acroun
in diamonds and rubies. It is attached
to a white satin ribbon and worn on
the left shoulder of the evening dress.
Reports from the Moravian mission
stations on tho west coast of Green
land, dated at the end of March of the
present year ahow that tho winter of
1ks0-81 was exceptionally mild. Sum
mer weather prevailed in January and
February, the country was free of snow,
the Esquimaux were able to fish alonn
the coast and gather berries on the
bhore, and goats pastured in the open
air. The wiuU;r season did not begin
until March ; at tho souther stations
the thermometer did not go below 21
degrees, and at the northern stations
only once stood as low as 16 degrees.
It is amusing, says au olwerver, to
watch a slim man weigh himself. He
6teps on the piatform as an elephant
steps upon a bridge, with an awful
fear of breaking the thing down, and
then puts the tlirce-hundrcd-pound
weight 011 the end of the beam. Of
courso he takes it off again, but he does
this most unostentatiously. Having
found that he weihs, say, one hun
dred and seventy-live, ho will ex
claim, as he goes out. "I've lost ten
pounds since lal, week!" Hu doesn't
say how much he weighs now; if you
wish to know, there is the scale. Ho
knows you will look.
Dr. Wcisso has been shooting at dead
bodies to find out where the ball lodged
in the president's caso, but Dr. Bliss
says that shooting at dead bodies to
find tho effect it would havo on live
ones is absurd. An opinion is that
neither of them know much about it.
It's the old story. "Where ignorance
is Bliss, 'tis folly to bo Weisse."
What Hie Director Said.
A Boston reporter, while in the office of
the New York and Boston Dispatch hx
press Company, had a conversation with
Mr. B. F. Larahce one of the directors of
the company, who gave the following per
sonal experience: "A lit'.lu over a year ago
I was taken sick. I did not know what
the trouhlu was, but I continued to grow
worse, and my coinplaitit ballled the skill
of my doctors. At last my nymptoins de
veloped into that terrible complaint,
Blight's Disease, which has been pronounc
ed incurable by all physicians. My suffer
ings at that time ware unspeaKable. I was
bloated from head to font; uiy heart pained
me; uiy pulse was irregular, and I was un
able to breathe except in short, convulsive
gasps. While suffering thus I learned of
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, and
although I had been given up to die by tho
prominent physicians of Boston, and they
lin.il told niv Iriemls I run it not live a
week, I resolved to try the remedy as a last
resort. I am rejoiced to say it has effected
a perlect euro In my case, and with many
of niv friends, who have been Hlllirtod with
kidney troubles, either of long standing
or in their acute forms, andwlio, under my
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aavice, navo tisca mis most wonderful
Allcn't Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of fcuerativo organs. $1. 5 for $7. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Avo,, N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Never too Late to Mend.
Thus. J. Arden, William Street, East Buf
falo, writes: "Your Spring Blossom has
worked on mc splendid. I hud no appetite 1
used to bleep badly and get up in the
morning unrcfrcshed; my breath was very
offensive and I Buffered from severe head
ache; since UBing your Spring Blossom all
those symptoms havo vanished and I feel
quite well." Trlco B0 cents, trial bottles
1 10 cents. Paul 0. Schuh, Agent.
Thousands of women have been entirely
cured of the must stubborn cases of female
weakness by ihu use of Lydia E.Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound. Send to Mrs. Lydia
n, nnKtiara, .w Western Avcnve, Lynn,
Mass., for pamphlets.
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Of all other preparations or medicines. In
cases of nausea, headache, dizziness or ir
regularities of the system, Burdock Blood
Bitters have no eipial. They never fail in
affording immediate relief. Price $1.00,
trial size 10 cents. Paul O. Schuh, Agent.
Havings Hanks. Insurance C'nmnaulns, Triistoes
and Inventors ui'imrullr aru liivilvil to C(irrc s)imd
with us rcnirtlliiK bonds they may doom to Imy.
ell or vxtlm L"'.
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witjauu mum. j. t. is a n., llanki'rs,
71 llcilar St., .w York-
Mrs. J. O. Kuliertscin. I'lttshurL'. Pa., writes:
was sutrc.ritii; from Ktneral duhlliitr, want of ap
putltn, coustiHthTtt.ftc.. sothat llfo wi ahnrdtn;
ttftorMsIni! llunlock lilnoil Bitters ' fi ll lu'tti-r than
for years. I can not jirali-c y at bitters loo much."
R. Cilhlis. nf Buffalo. N. Y.. writes: "Your Ttup.
dock Hlood Illitc.rs, in clironic diseases of the hlood
liver and k'rtnevs, have been sljji.ally marked with
suceess I hhve used them myself with the best
results for torpidity of the liver, and In the case ol
a friend ol mine suffering from dropsy, tho effect
Bruce Turner. Rochester, N. Y., writes: "I
havo been suMcct to serious disorder of Iha kid-
in y and unable to attend to business; llunlock
Hlood Hitters relieved m before half a bottle waa
used. I feel confident that they will eutirelycurc
K. Asenith Ilall. Din;). smton. N. V. writes: "I
suffered with a dull pain thrmi'.'h my left 1 11 111; and
shoulder Lest myppirlia. aenelite and color, and
could with dilllcul iv keep no all day. Took your
liuraock Hlood Hitters us directed and have felt no
pain since first week alter using them."
Mr. Noah Bates. E'mlra.N. Y.. writes. "About
four years at'o I had an attack ol bilous fever, and
never fully recovered. Mv digestive organs were
weakened, and I wou'.d be completely prostrated
fordavs. After uslnetwo bottles of your Burdock
Blood Hitters the Impri vem. nt was so visible that
I was astonished 1 can now. thou.'li sixty-one
venr of age, do a fair and reasonable dav'a work."
C. B'.acket lioblneot, uroprletor of the Canada
Preahvterian. Turoiito, Out., w rites: "For Years I
suTer d ereatlv from oft recnrrlni; headaches. I
i;sed vour Burdock Blood Bitters with happiest re
sults, and I now find myself In better health than
lor vears past.
Mrs. Wallace. Buffalo, N, Y., writes: "I have
used Burdock Blood Bitters for nervons and bilous
hi adaches, and can recotr mend them for unyena
reiulrmi; a cure for biliousness. "
Mrs. Ira Mnlholland, Albany. N.Y .writes: For
several vears I have suffered from oft recurring bil
lons headaches, dvspepsia and complaints pe
culiar to mv sex. Since usiim vour Burdock
Blood Bitters I am entirely relieved.
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I 1111111 llllIK in UKllllj ,1.1-11 llll.l llll IMU &.' I,
day ol Hoiitetnher, A, t. lsn, at Sprlnptlolil, 111.,
an application will hn made to the HoiiorittilH Shel
by M t'tillom, as governor oflbi! stata of Illinois
to havo the seulunce of .lemos K. Sli lionuhry. who
at the July term, A. I). lH;ft. of tho Alexander enti
ty clrrult court was sentenced to the ponltentliiry
at Juliet. 111., for tho term of twelve years, for ihe
olfenso of hurelary, coinintitud. When and whure
sny person opposed to said commutation can ap
pear and resist said application If ho seos lit so to
Mated thli lTlh day o! Ati'-tist, A . I). 1H8I.
.JAVffs K, Mct.Ol'UIlKY,
lly ANGUS liKEK.
H..I.II. Mnll.lll. I. I... l ...... .1.... ,.M .1... .Mill.
WAKHANT NO. I.
I'lihllc nntleu Is hereby ulven that thu comity
court of Alexander county Las rendered .luditututit
for a special asssmenl upon property hetielliled
bv the following: Improvement, vlx: I he construc
tion and reconlrttctloti of sidewalks In blocks num
ber 1, a. 8. M. 11. lit. 17, iff. IN. 81, ), !.
40, 41, i, 41, 411, .17. to, 4, M, 61, 52, M,
IIH. 81), 70, 76 city of Cairo.
Blocks A, U, 15, 17, 1H, Ul, it, 26, 3d, !!. ttJ, ftS. 50,
61. 75, r.l,H. In the First addition to the city of
Cairo, and block lluthesecond addition to the city
of Cairo, as will more fully appear Irom theourtlllod
copy of the .ImltfUKint nn lllo in thu omen of tho
city clerk of tha city of Cairo that a warrant for the
collection of such assessment Is In tho hands of
the nnderslimud, All persons Interested aro here
by notlllud to call and pay the amounts aasussud, at
the collector' olllce at the Alexander County Bank
City Treasurer and Kx-oftlclo City Collector.
Datad, Wile vtttlt day of August, l8l.
SEPTEMBER 4, 1881.
ml JfV; d..n4elail"torb...ih1D.ana.ni, w... h.)n.l ..crtp. i..n. ,' Ta,iiV ' 2IrTi!!L?l
at.uinnrariil rut tar A yum a . oithou . i. 1 4umri
..i..lB..yUUf adilriaafur ai.ul p.rk, nr
rn seail 1 1 by n . II on w.lp
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For sale by C W. Henderson. Cairo, Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
l'!0 BROADWAY NEW 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, K. CRAISE, General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
Territories, 108 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
E. A.. BURISTETT, Aont.
Ojrner Twelfth St., and Washin?tou Ave., Cairo, Illinois
MUTUAL AH) SOCIETY,
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized .Inlv 1 Mh, 1R77, Under the Law a o
th Slatf of Illinois. Coin rlulili d July :
0, 11177, 1'ndrr Act of ('onitrt'HH,
r. o. 8riini
C. T. Hl'l)l
J. A. UOI-DSTINK
K X KCTJT1 VK CO M M 1TTKK:
II. I.EIfillTON, I,, h. THOMAS.
J. C. WHITE, W. r. I'lTCIIEU,
J. 8. McOAIlBV.
William Htrattnn, nf Htratton A Bird, wMi'tnla
groctira; l'aul (1. Hcbnh, wholeaalu and riMull druit
ulat: Ilamiu Letsliton.eoniiiilaalon merchant; Jan.
H. McOabi'y, lumber diiali'r; T. J. Oordoii, jihya
IcIhii; J.A. (li)lilallnfl, of Oiildatlne & Kooenwatttr,
whubiaaln and rntall dry gmnix, etc ; Win. Y. Pitch
er, uuDi-ral aKeiit ; lluury It. Kllla, city printer and
hook binder; Chealey lliivnea, CooiMir; Jno. C
White, aaalatant aecrutary and aollellorr Albert
Lowla, dealer In Uour and itraln; K. Ilroaa, preal
dmit Alvnaurier Conntv Bank ; (J. W. Ilondrlcka,
contractor and builder; Cvma 1'loao, Konuraf
airunt;Thomaa I.cwla, aecrutnry and altomev at
law; L, H, Thomaa, broom manut'acliircr; W. K.
ICuaael, contraetor and 1'tillder; ('. T, Uudd
aKont 0. Ht. I. N. O. railuoad ;Moata l'hllllpa, car
neuter; 11. A. (!huinlloy, contractor, Cairo, Ilia,
Khv. ,, Bpencer, elvrgvnian.Ht Iotitat, Slo.; .1. H.
Buthuno, circuit clurk, Mlanlaalppl county, Cbarlcl
ton. Mo.; J. H. Moore . lawyer, t'ommcrco, Ma.;
D. Blnifiutarv, phvalcliin, Arllncton, Ky.j J. W.
Tarry, phvalclan, Knlton, Kv. ; Wm. Hyan, farmer,
Murrt, Kv.; A. Btelnbach, manufacturer of aad
dlorv, Kvanivlllo, lud.;lko Anderaon, tur.retarv
to auperlntvnduritC. Bt. L. A N O. railroad. Jack.
on,TenB.;J. 8. Roberlaon, pbvalrlan, White
vllle, Tcnn,; Thomaa A. OalKirn, harneaa maker,
Bolivar, Toon, ; Wm, I.. Walker, "Dixie Adver-
si CI.ARQE. aaM r-T drain,! I
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OPENED JUNE FIKST.
It If ailuatedln PoiioConnty, Illlnola. In a pnr
of the 0ark Alonntalna, half way between Vienna
and Uolconda. In
Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
CK IN ABUNDANCE. Tha labia la ipread
with all the delicacies of tha aaann. Tha
watura are mineral, appetlalng and health frlTing,
and their beneficial edecta are Ml lmmdlatel.
ii. oiwwn, nopneior.
DMINISTUATOK B HALE,
l'ubllc notice ta herobr slven tV,
or an order and decree made and entered brand Id
the county court of Alexander county, atau of Il
llnola, at the Aneuit term thereof, lail, to a certain
cauae wherein the undoralgned aa admralatrator
of ihe fcatate of William O'Callahan.dtcraaed, and
anmimairaior wun the will annexed of Wcnaro
O'C'allaban, doceaaed, waa petitioner and Tboraaa
O'Callahan, Adallne Xonnlaton and Alfred Math-
ewa were Uefondanta, tho uudoreliaed will, on
wenneaaay, tneilat day orHeptemner, a. u., iwi.
at thehouroftwoo'clnrkp. m.,atth front door
01 tne court houae in vatro, in earn counir, oner
foraale to the hlitheat bidder forraah In hand, Iota
number four (4 t block nnmtwr forty (40) In ealrl
city of Cairo, and lot number ieen (T) In block
number nineteen (in), and lot number forty-two
(411) la block number twenty (DO), both 1b tha Plra
addition to eald city of Cairo
addition to 7 PATRICK M0CELIR,
Cairo, III,, Aniruat iM, I08I. Adtululitrator, U.