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lliu leading hi ielitists ol lo-itav ai'mi Unit tnoat
dlHOHfi-K arif caused bv diddered Kidneys or Llv.
r. If, then lure. Mm Kidneys mil Liver arc kepi m
perfect order, perl, I healili will Im llm result..
una iruui nit' only huu known a abort l:rn
for years pooplw t illered treat agony wlilioui
iiiKablo lii Duil relittl. Tliti discovery of War
Hutu liiilncy milt Liver Onro liinrki a new ei
m. iiuin ii n- uuiy imvu Known a anon nine nun
me treatment ol the.n trouble. Made I rum a
tiuiple tropical luuf of rare value. It contains Jntt
tho element nncaHary to Hour Ml artel iiivit-uriiht
both of the,, ureal ork'tun, and mMy restore; mid
keep them In order. It Ik a POHITIVK ItKMKII V
lor all dii-ac that cu pmns in tUo lower
part or tti. Imily -lor Toi-pM-Llver-Hi adai-hes
J nunrfke-t)tz.liioit firavel-Kover. A true,-- Malt
Jlitl Fcvr, and nil diUlcnlliua or Ihe Kldm-it, Liver
and t'rlnary truant.
Il I an cxrcllctit and safe rimil y for female dur
Idk l'rii;uam'.y. It will control M-nt rtiai ii.u and
It InvHlimlil.) for I.o conhoaor tallinr, of the
As a Wood PurllVr It It uniiuiiled, fur i cure
the organs that make the blond.
KKAI) TIIK I'KCOItl)
"Ittavcd niylife "-K. II. Lakely, Scliiia. Al;i
"It lc the remedy that will rum thu many ili
easet peculiar to w min.'- Mother Muira.'iw;.
"Ii ha paused severe tn-ls anil won endorse
nicnlafroni tome or the biehi tl uiedleal talent in
tlm country." New York World.
"No remedy heretofore discovered run he held
fur out: moment In comparison with It ".-Key, f,
A. Harvey. It I) , Wavhlnutoii, It. i:.
1 mi Kemeiiy, which haarinne urh wonder. I
put up in thu LA HO ESP HI.KI) Horn. ex. .f ...
medii inuupon themarkvl.anri In topi by drurtriatt
am an actum at si ." per witu. for lllta.
ewiulre for WARN Kit's HAPKDIARETKS CCRK
ll it a t ijm 1 1 v K Kemedy.
U. 11. WARNKK t CO.,
Rochester, N, V.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM!
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Th" Pn;ltlTB Cnra
Ver nil Fprnnln f!nTTmljiiTiH
TliM preparation, M Hi oame tiKnif.ra, ennidatt of
Veyetatilo PrupcrlMi lb a are barn.l'W to the moat del
teateln'.lii. I'poa om trial the merttt of thla Com
puund will m raroniti'd, aarelii'f It InuiwUat ; and
Lon ita ucl conltnuod, In ninny Bin tr. In a bun.
dred, apermauentt'uretiie7ef1od,aathoucartila will W
tfy. Oa aeunt of Ita prven merlta, It la today r
eonuneoitrd aad preriled by tba mt phyalclana la
It will ettra entirely the wnit form of falling
of the utema, fieuenrrhu. IrrrguUr and painful
Kenatniatlnn. all (Italian TrnuUta, Inflamniallun and
Ulceration, Fltxidlnfri, all IHiiilaeementi awl the eon
teijuenttplnal veakneaa.and la e pec tally adafited to
tbt Chauit of Ufa. It will dliaolrt and epe turaori
.m.m IkaiiUfiulnan . I r ut a : nf tvl.Mimjti. Ti m
tendency to caneeroua bumura there U ebevked vary
peedily by Ita iw.
in fart It hat prored to ha tha (fat
ed. It permeatea every portion of the ayatem, and tfl.oa
new llfeaod ylicir. It remoTea faiiitnew.flaluleney, da
atroyt allcrailug for alliaulaoia. and relief e weakneat
f tha ttomai-b
Krurea nioatinv, nailarha, N'errnua t'r'ietratlnn.
Ueneral IM)IIHy,Slee-U'Mixa, ttepreeeion and Imll
ceatloa. That feeling of bearing down, rauelnif iln,
weitrhl and hai-kartie. la alwata tiemtaiu-ntly cured by
itauae. It will at all tliuea, and underail rlrrumaun
caa, a't In harmony with the Uw that (otcrna the
For KJitneyOMiiplalnia nf eltlir ae 1 1:1a rnmponnn
Lydia t. rinkham s Vegetable Compound
Inure pared ai3tno v ieirn at-iiii-:, i.ynn, jnw.
Price 11.0. Sii botthafirt''-X'- fk-nt by mail In tba
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THE DAUjY BULLETIN.
ITBttY MOMN1N4 fHOIfDAVl IXniPTID).
wirgAst Cehroulation ot an ail 7 in
Oilice: HulltMln Bulldlne. Waihlnrton A Tenon
bu btorlptlon Ktttoti
Dally (dellvertd y carrion) par weuk 85
Ity mi4ll tin advancv) una yoar 10 00
Hit niotilha 6 00
TUreu monlhi a Mi
One month. ... 00
Ily mall (In adyanci') aneyuar ii 00
monthi l nn
Thriiii uioiiOit so
lor.lulit of U:n and over (per cotiyi 1 50
Vottauc In all e&aua prepaid.
A il v h r 1 1 h I n Kntftti:
Klrnt Inrurliun. imr tuiimre tl 00
Miilmiiijiii'ntlntiirttont, purtquare 50
rur one wera, per I'luaro SOU
Jtii'ial notlW! i nn
Oliltiiarii a and nrtiilutionn patted hy im.letlet
irn ciiiim per line.
It"nH.t anil inurrtuiyr free
Ki'ti ImiTtiim, ier Htitr i 1 00
iiiifixiiieiii inaertliint 50
Kict t llnet of toltil nonpareil conttltuteaninare.
Dlnplayud ailycrtliuimnnt will he eliarmMl accord.
inu tot he tiiace ocrupled. at above ratet-there be-
Ini' iwi-lve fluea of tolld type to the Inch.
I'lr- KumrauvenitMri we orfer lupenor indaca-i-ntt,
Iioth at to ru ofcliaruet and manttr ol
p!ayiti( their favort,
TMr tnper may he found nn Ale atOeo. P. Howell
f'o.'t Newaua -ir Adyiirlltine Rtreau. (10 Hnrnri-
tirw ti where advertlaltii' contract! nay be made
I .r It In Ni w York.
Oommilliicatlont nnon tilhlerttof veneral lutareal
to the public are at all timet acceptable. Rejected
in inner. rtpie win not ne returnee..
i.i'iiere anil commnnlcatlont thoald ne addretied
K A. Burnett Cairo Illlnola "
How Peanuts are Cleaned and Prepared
for the Market.
iViinuts U) bo proimieil for tlm mat
ki't nro pl.tci'il in a lare cylimlnr,
from wliicli ibty enter tlm bnisln,
whom i vt'iy nut receives tiftocn feet of
it lirii'iliiii liofoio it becomes freo.
Tlien they are dropped on an omlless
belt, pushing aloiii; at the rate of four
milt's an hour. On eiteh side of the be.lt
-stiiml jriils, 8tk1, as the mils fall on the
belt, the girl, with n quick motion of
the hanil, pick out all the poor-looking
miU, allowing only the best to pass tlio
cntciblc. Those that do pas drop into
bag on tho lloor below. When the
bag is tilled it is sewed up and branded
a "cocks," with the figure of a roost
cr prominent on its aides. The peas
caught by the girls are throwu to ono
hide again, picked over, and the best
singled out. bugged and branded as
"ships." Thrsu are as lino a nut fcs
tho first for c iting, but in shape and
color ih, nut com pare willi tlio "cocks."
Tlio third grade is branded as "eagles."
Thee are picked out of the ciiilings
of "cocks" and ".ships." Tho ctillings
that are left from tho "eagles" ar
bagged, srtit to tho top story, and what
little iiwat is in tlictu is shaken out by
a pati'tit sheller. Tlio nuts being shelled
by this process, tho meat drops in bags
below, free from dirt or dust of any
kind, and is then shipped In 200-pound
sacks to the North, where it is bought
by tho confectioners for the purpose of
making tafly or peanut candy. It may
be here stated that a peculiar kind of
oil is exUai.tod from tho meat of tho
nut, and -it. this specialty a largo trade
is done among the wholesale druggists.
There Is nothing wastod, fur evon
shells arc made useful. They are pack
ed in sacks and sold to stable-keepers
for horse-bedding, and a very healthy
bd Hit'V make.
An Invention Destined to Supersede
An Auburn inventor has patented a
device for propelling boats which prout
ies to entirely revolutionize the pres
ent .lab rious method of rowing, and
which will be hailed with delight Ity
the young man who has to take his
be-! girl and his portly prospective
mother-in-law out rowing several even
ings in each week. Those who tin not
row can dilalo upon tlio scenery of the
outlet and iho beii'ities of a "life on
the ocean wave" its much us they please,
but Hi" fatigued ami perspiring young
man menially says he would prefer
sawing n cord of wood to rowing many
The new mechanical movement of
which wo wih to speak in this article
will agreeably diminish, if not entirely
obviate, nearly all tho sorrows of the
amateur oarsman. The inventor is
Mr. Henry N. Staats, of this city, and
lh design of in appliance is to render
praeliciUim tho uso ol a screw-pro-
pr-ller upon small boats, llio invention
can be applied to any row boat, and
consists simply of a propellor-haft
wiuen projects through the stern of the
boat and has secured to ita end a screw-
propeller, which, by the rotation of the
shaft bv hand power applied to a
double crank, causes tho boat to move
forward willi greater or less speed, gov
crued by tho rapidity of thu revolt!
Tito work is not nearly so tiresome
as ldwin 2. and with tho same amount
of nower eMU'tided the speed attained
is far greater. The advantages of the
propeller are numerous ntnt must be
conceded. One is that the persou faces
tho direction he is going instead ol nd
ItKj- backward as in rowing, and can
r'.eer tho craft himself by means of stir
nips attached to ti jjoitr also invented
by Mr. Staats. In duck-hunting you
can noiselessly approach tho feoilnif
iri'oniiil Hint mum u-hern von nxn rrnin u
Tn trawling this method is also far su
perior to laborious rowing.
Two, or even more persons caa work
at the handles and by a simple chaugo
of a pin the handles can bo worked In
cither direction, which is often a great
relief to tlio musclos. Tho appliance is
certainly ingenious and eminently prac
ticable. v'o liavit witnessed its opera
tion, and everybody who has rowod a
boat, "for pleasuro'' will bo charmed
wiih It. Tlio cost of tho apparatus is
but $ 'JS, and wo can unhesitatingly say,
that upon trial wo do not boliove the
owner of a boat would ho willing to
liavo it taken out ami return to tho old
method for quadruples tho first cost.
We think Mr. Stunt a has a bonanza In
his invention. Auburn (iV. 1'.) Ad
The descendants of Henry li'owle, of
Huston, havo in their possession n sot
of chessmen presented him by Louis
Philippe while tho to bo king of
France was teaching French for a live
lihood in tho capital of Now England.
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING,
Iu a Chinese tea crardoii the first thitv
for which femalo co-operruion is in de
mand occurs in loaf-plucking, on tho
careful, intelligent and conscientious
performance of winch much of tho
uubsoqtient high character and valtto of
tho finished produce deponds. Whore
igiioraneo was rampant, as in tho early
days of some of the Indian tea planta
tions, tho blameworthy habit of strip
ping the branches that is, grasping
them at their junction with the main
Kteni and drawing tho closed lingers
siiiirpiy aiong, inns clearing them at
one sweep of every bud and leaf was
ficipiotiliy practiced. It was a most
reprehensible custom, as tho planters
soon discovered, and was iudulved in
by unscrupulous pluckers, when safe
roni Hie eye ol supervision, in order
i) siivo themselves trouble and otiicklv
augment the contents of their baskets,
thereby completing tho day's "task" in
tho shortest apace of time. The prac
tice was physiologically damaging to
the tca-btishcs and fatal to the value of
tho finished tea, turning out, as it did
with such rough manipulation, a tuere
contused aggregation (,r. leaves of all
ages and si,es-a piebald and harlequin-looking
mixture, badlv plucked,
unevenly lernienieu, ana pleasing
neither to nalale. nose, nor eve. In
Cnina, the homo of tea-farminrr and
preparation, stPh serious, but quite
irevenlaltle, practices could scarcely
lappen; itm' we think we may vonture
assert Hi at where Ih itish ladies and
gii 's of even tho most ordinary educa
tion wore employed, such willful bung
ling would be next to an impossibility.
On the arrival of the tea season in
lou-nan and Hu-peh, and doubtless
also in tho other districtSj -the more ex
perieuced among the leitf-pltickcis
who have previously undergone a sys
tem 01 meting Bin! sanitary supervis
ion, so as to avoid the risk of commu
nicating and taint to the delicate flow
ery pekoe tlicv are about, to handle-
are itiHishaled in select companies and
taken to tho scene of their pleasant
labor. Hv dawn, a dav or two after
ward perhaps, hundreds, sometime
thousands, of merry, black-eyed, well
dressed girls may be observed tripping
gayly along the raised banks of the
paddy-fields to tbe gardens, situated ou
the hill-slopes beyond and unmistakably
evincing the keen interest they feel in
this agreeable and healthful work to
which they are hastening. Reaching
tbe pardons, each detachment accom
panied by coolies to bear away tho
pluckings to the central drying-shed or
tnampulsting hoii'i begins upon a
separate plot of tea-bushes, and in a
few hours two of every threo leaves
havo been carefully removed, the ter
minal leaf of every branch or twi: be
ing usually allowed to remain. Churn
Some of tho superstitions about Irish
untie are amusing, n is an ill omen
to rise before the sun tho marriaire
morning ; to dream of the croaking of
a raven, or to see the shadow of bis
wing flit by in tho sunshine ; or to hear
the Knock of an invisible hand, which,
however, 6hould be listened for. or to
noto a winding sheet in the candle. It
is still more ominous to meet a red
haired woman on tho 1st of May if tho
wedding is to be the following month,
or to tread upon the poisonous beetle,
whose death bodes lire or pestilence,
or to speak with her lover before meet
ing him in church ; and there aro many
other equally mysterious Baws that aro
only not al inning because there aro as
many favorable omens on the other
hand to contract them.
Tbe Dynamite Piano.
Several musical compositors havo
turned attention of late to Kasiern trag
edies. Tho Mu-ical Jl'r-i'il give a
short musical story in ridicule of the
new s vie. After representing rival
lovers in thi ttMial way, llm slory con
cludes: "Ha!'' interrupted the tenor, "ha al
v.avs plays tho same thing, and alwavs
without notes. 1 doubt he can play
anything at sight."
"lean play any compilation at sight,
even with one eye closed," responded
Ihe proud pianist.
"It is well," sueored the tenor. "I
havo lu re wiih me a new composition
of my own, a Nihilistic symphony in
several movements. You will observe
that it begins pppp and continues very
softly until this chord (a diminished
seventeenth), which is to bo struck
titlf. Do you think you can give the
"I havo force enough for two moro fs
if you wish them," calmly replied tho
pianist, as lie sat down before tho in
strument. He began very softly, so
softly that one mignt havo heard a pin
drop. Minka sat beside him in ecstacy,
although a very little of the sound was
audible. The fatal diminished seven
teenth chord approached. It camo.
Swooping his arms wittily in the air,
he let then! crash upon tho piano
Tlio fragments of tho two lovers
spread over three counties. Tho tenor,
who had fled, had smeared dynamite
upon the keys, and achieved his ro-
vetige. I lo was never heard of any
more. Hy order of the benevolent Czar,
the remains woro carefully swept up.
but as they could not bo assortod with
cerian ly, ihey wero mined in one
grave, whore they still remain, a fear
ful tosliniony of the singer s rovongo.
Tho late lamented Indian chief Spot
ted J an, una a singular and probably
..! I- I. ..!!.. . I ,.
unjiisiiiitiuiu pretutiico ugainsi uaia
hoaded num. Two years ago, at t
council at Camp Kobinson; lie said to
tho gentlemen who came to talk
with him: "tio back to tho groat
minor, aim icu nun 10 send no moro
bald-hoadod men to treat with us.
never saw a bald-headed man who was
not a liar."
Tho "world's fair" business doesn't
nay. 1 ho Itr.st. that at London. 18M.
made a profit of $880,000, but none of
the others havecono off whole, Tho
French one In 1855 lost $ l.JIGO.OOO t tho
. 1 .!!.. I. !.. .n,. . .
nocuim nugtiNii in isoz lost SJM7, .Hit)
tho second French in 1867 lost $l,H!)tl
that at Vienna in 1873 lost nearly $10.
000,000 ; that at Philadelphia hi 1876
sunk $U8G,280i that of Svdnov in
1880 lost about $1,200,000 and tho
one recently closed at Melbourne comes
out with ft tlotiett ol f 1,415,000,
Mr. Noah Mates, lllmira. N. V.. writes.
'About four years ago I had an attack of
bilious lever, urn! never fully recovered. My
digestive orL'aiis were weakened, and I
would be completely prostrated for days.
After using two bottles of your Uurdock
Wood Hitters the improvement whs so visi
ble that I was astonished. I can now,
though til years of agiylo a lair and reason,
blohiy's work." Price 1.00, trial size 10
cents. I. (J. Hcltuh. Acent.
How to (ict Sick.
Expose yturself day hih) niirht. cat 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 (let Well.
Which is answered in thiee won Is Take
Mop liittcis! See other column. K xnresM.
is the banc of nearly every Anr ricati wo
man, From it usually arises those disor
ders that so surely undermine their health
and strength. Every woman owes it to her
self n lid to her family to use Hint eelehrnt-
:d medicine, Kidney Wort. It is the sure
remedy fur constipation, and for Hll disor-
lers tit the kidneys and liver. Trv it in
liquid or dry form. Equally efficient in
cither.- lJoston Sunday HudiM.
iiAv Haius AitK lloNoitAiu.ic but their
prematura appearance is annoy ii)''. Tal k
er's Hair Balsam is popular for cleanliness
and promptly restoring the youthful color.
Mask clergymen who were obliged to
withdraw from Ihe pulpit on account of
"Clergymen's Hon; Throat," have recovered
by usmtr PullnwB Compound Syrup of Hy
pophosphites and are preaching again.
Kucklcii's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulsern, salt rhetini, lever sores,
otter, chapped bands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction iu
very case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by (ko. E. O'IIaua
Co to Paul (. Schuh for Jfrs. Krecinaifs
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are uncqualcd. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. .Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
Allen's ISraiu Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous 'debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for All
druggists. Send fur circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, :115 First Ave., N. Y. Sold
Cairo by liarclay Urns.
30 DAYS TRIAL
pt'd June 13, 1810.
We will tend on thirty day trial
Dr. Dye's Electro-Voltaic
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For Impnrtlni? ttretiu'Ui find vitnllly to the ayntum,
tiotbltiRCBiiciiuiil 11UUD0CK 111,00!) MTTEKS.
Fur Nnrvotii and OmuTttl De'illlty, tono up tho
trftem with ltrUDOl'K IlhOOl) BITTERS.
Pities $1 tbr noTTt.it; TitiAt, IIotti.kt, 1IKt,
FOSTKlt, M ILRURN & CO.. 1'rop'rs,
BUFFALO, N. Y.
Fortalobyl'AUI.U. Ht'Ilt'll. ('J
Kavlnct Ilankt, Insurance Companlet, TrtitlBoa
and Iiivvttorationflrallyaru Invited to correspond
with na roKiinllim boiidt thuy muy duslru to buy.
tell or cxcliai l'o. ... ,
Munictiml fieni s. Water Works Cnmiuiiiy
Ia" ii" . I id 'let ruble Kallroan He.ettrlttra nl
ways mi lma'l. J. K. I.BWW OV Hiitikcrs,
' 71. Oi'dtu- St, New ork-
SEPTEMBER 8, 1881.
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The most Valuable
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1'Ubllc notice la lien by civil t tilt im tint '"HI,
tiny nl rit'plemher. A. ll 11, nl f-priinuieiil. III.,
nil application will lie luuilr I., the Ib.tmruiile Hlirl
t V M I'ulloin, . u'livenior ol lie-cliun ol liliimia
to linve the Henli-iiie ol -Ii-iiii- K. Mel.uimlm , who
nl. llin.luly term, A. It. IS'.li. i, i In- AIimiiiiI.t i miiii
ly rln nil oiiit wiih M-iitfiii eil In llm i.-a, il .-tit i.-ir-iii
.liiliet. III., lor ihe, Irriu of twelve nirx, lur i In
iill'elitii of Inn 'ylarv, com m ut ;! . When ninl wlieie
ntiy peraoll (ippoa.'.l 'o Pilbl l'l Illlnlllnhi.il ( 'ill iiji.
pear anil retitt tuel njiplu ulinn il he n e- lii an In
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OI'KCIAI. AfSKSMKNTNtlTH'K. Sl'EtT.Y!.
O W'AltllANT Ml I.
I'llblie nollre Ih In r. l.v irlvi'n lliiil the iiiunly
riiutt, of Ali'Mimb r euiinty but rendered Judgment
tor a tpeclnl HMHeH-iiieiil iipnii properly in nelll led
bv the lull. .Willi! I in prove me ill, viz: lie ciitiwli'ili'
tinn and i'ci'oiiilruetiiiii nt'HidiiH u,h in blue I, a mi tu
ber 1. 'J. a, I, fi.li, VS. II. Pi. I'.. '."I, Ml, :., :iS.
Ml, II, I:.'. -IM, 41, PI, :1V, 111, ,'.o, Id, -V,', M,
IW, hll, 111, eitvof t'liirn,
IHnrka h, IJ, ;,, IV, Is.'JI, , 'jr., '"i. Ml,
M.T.'i, 8S.KI. In IheKii-'t iiddll In the cliy id
t iiirn, nml hlm-k I In llii'm eoiid uddilloii lotlie city
nl I'ltiio, hh I1 more rul I v iippi r Irnin lliei'i'i'lllb d
copy of the judiiiii'Ml on lllo Iu the ollleu of Uic
city clerk of tlio city nl' t 'uii n Unit n warrant lor the
rollectloii of te -h iiHeineiiti la in the hnniU of
tlm lliideri'lu'lleit All pertnnt Ititereated lire here
bv nolltled .i call nml pay the umolinlH ,iNHeaieil. lit
Hie colleclor't nlllee ut Ihu Alexniiiter Cintuty PitnU
within thirty ditys of the dale herHof.
TIKtMAH ,1. KKK'I'II,
City Treasurer and Kx-olllelo t'lty i:ollectur.
Datiul, thia Alt Ii tiny of AuuiiNt, IkhI .
Ben,i. F. On avion, Stouy B, Lapp
IIai.iikht Fi. Fainh.
Late Commissioner of Putenlt,
PAINE, GRAFTON & LAI) I),
Attorneys tit Law and Hollcltors of American and
41i Firm STRKKT, WASIUNUTON, D. C.
Practice patent, law In all ttt branches In the
PulentOtllce, and In the Huiireino and Circuit
I'ottrtt ol the United Ntates. Piunphlut tent freu
on iucelpt o( ttniup for posia!e.
.1'.,. n... ' ...!" . MVr partm.iiu4 on I
a in ll,.i,.. lim. ,.. K,. .,.!, in. '
Axtlclet from pura
Vwellua tuch M
Vaselina Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor lee,
Vaseline Toilet Bo&pt,
traaatarlar U aay llmliuaMa.
An atrreeable form of tak
ing Vajeune internally.
na Wfs a
and Diphtheria, etc
of all oar goodi.
0PENKD JUNE FIRST.
It In tilimteilln Pope County, Illlnola. In a tpnr
td tlio Ozark Mountain, half way between Vienna
mid tinlcondii, Ita
iSuiroumlins are Delightful
Allt COOL ANI) BRACING,
M ( ) CJNTA IN SUENEHY
I OK IN AHl'NPANCK. Tho table ta tpread
L wiih a'l the delicacies of the season. The
v ii t.-rc nn; mineral, appetizltiK and health clviiitf,
and their beiiellclnl ellecta are felt Immediately.
. J- R.BHOWN, Proprietor
I'liblir. n.illrc la heieliy L'iven Unit in pursuance
..I an order .mil dcrreo made and entered by ana In
Hie c. unity court ol' Alexander county, ttate of II
iinuis.nl ih AuL'iid term tlier. of, lstil, in a certain
c un-ii i In rein the iiiiilersiniied as ad'nilnlstrator
of'bi'etiue of William OYallulinn, deceased, and
iiilmliii'.tialnr wiih thu will annexed of Richard
0 riilluhiin, deei iised, was petitioner ami Thomat
t fiilialiiiii. A 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1, Kemilslon and Alfred Math
i were ili'lendiinlM, the uudersiKted will, on
Wednenl'iv, Hie. 'Jlsl day of Hupleinber. A. l) 1HH1,
.it Hie hour nl 'two o'clock p, ni., al tho from tlnor
nl the court lioiiKO in falto, In tald county, oft'or
lur miic in the highest bidder fnr rash in hand, lota
iiumlii r iniir ( l in block number forty tl) In tald
city nft aim, ninl lot number tcven () In block
number nineteen (l!h. mid lot number forty-two
1 l.:i in block number twenty (), both In tho Klrtt
aililill.in In trnid cllv of Cniro
..ill?!.f"!ll!-.?'K'"".'', lfsS1' Ailuilnlttratnr etc
Ml' l'l! AL All) S0C1KTY,
A SfllSTITCTK FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Oiminl.cil .Ittlv I lilt, in? ?, Vnr tlio I,awi o
the Mule nnillnulH. ClipvrtlilltPtl July
!i, 111""', t'tnler Ai'tiilCiiii!rt.
P. ti. M IH II Pretldtnt
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,1. A. OUbPS'l'INE Tretmror
i 'i' i.'t: nn viu iiw,.,.i
,1. .1. (iiUiPON Medical Advisor
TIIKMAH I.K.WIS Secretary
iluIlN (', WI11TK Assistant Secretary
1 X M( IT'l l VK COMMlTTKKi
H. I.KIOIITON, I b, THOMAS,
I.C.W11ITK, W. F. PITCHER,
3. 8. McUAHKY.
ItOAHl) Ol1' MANAOEIiBi
William stratloti, of Htratton A lllrd, waoletale
grocers; 1'niil ll, Si hull, wholutaleand retail drug
ulst ; llu.en U'ltfliton, commlttlon merchant; J as,
8. McHahey, liunher dealer; J. J. Onrdon, jihys
It liiii: J. A. Ooldstluti, of (loldstlno ti Rotenwater,
wbolesiile and retail dry ttooils, etc.; Wm.F. PitcB
or, general aient i Henry It. Kill, city printer and
book blutleri Chetley lliiyues, Cooper; J no, 0.
While, Hsiltlunt ter.rulary and aollrltort Albert
Lew is, dealer In Hour and irraln; F. Dross, protl-
tlutil . Alexiinilef County Bank; (I. W, llendrlcki,
iMitilriietor and builder; Cyme ('Into, itentral
itJtent iTIionina Lewis, secretary and atternev at
btw ; I,. S, Thomas, broom manufacturer; W. K.
Rusael, contractor and bnllder; 0. T, Rndd
auent O. Ht, I,. ,VN. O. ralluoad; Motet riillltpt.car
penler; II, A. Cliumbley, contractor, Cairo, lilt,
ltey, .1. riprncur, cler(vtuan,8t lrfiila. Mo.; J. H.
llHthuno, circuit clerk, Mistltslppl cnuuty, Charlee
ton, Mo.; .1. II, Mourn , lawyer, Commerce. Mo.;
1). Hlimli tnrv, phvslelati, ArlltiBton, Ky.; J. W.
Tarry, phvslciiin, Knitou, Kv. ; Win. Ryan, farmer,
Murrv, l.v. i A. Melnbach, nianuiactiirer of tad
tllerv, KvansvlIlK, Ind ; Iko Anderton, tecrotary
to superlnti'iideiil C. Ht. I.. Jb N O. tallmad. Jack
son, Tentt ; J. H- ltoherttt,i, pliTtlclan, White
viiln, Tetin. ; Tltomnt A. Oaixirn, harnete maker,
llollvar.Tenn.'. Win. Ii. Walker, "Dixie Adrer
llttitK Auency,'1 Hollv rlprlnnt,Mii.
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