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ter cure isa
The leading riclnnilsiMol to-(iay ai;reo that moat
OIbjh arc caused liy illajvrdcrrd Kidney ur Llv.
er. II, therefore, the Kidney and Liver arc kept in
perfect order, perfect ticnliu will liu the result.
1 hi truth ha only been known a short tunc and
for years people suffered great agony wi'hout be
Inguhle to find rclioi. The tllncovuiy of Warner'
Safe Kidney and Liver Cure murks r new era in
the treatment of theso troubles. Made from
iniple tropical loaf nl rare value, it contain Juki
the (dements necessary t.i nourish and invigorate
both of iiiene ureal orir-iiia, and aafely restore and
kocp them In order. It Im POSITIVE HKMKDV
for all the dineanea that cause pains In the lower
iiart-of thu body lor Torpll Liver Headache
aundlce Di.lus-(;ravl Kever, . sue Mala
ilal Fever, and all difficulties of the Kidneys, Liver
and t'rliiary Oruan.
It laan excellent and lafc remcdyforfeiuaTesdur
IntPrepiiaucy. It will control Menstruation and
I Invaluable, for Le corrho-a or falling of ' the
Aa a Blood Purifier it la nnwjualed, for it cures
the organs that make the blood.
'"It saved my lif."-K. B. I.akely, Helma, Ala.
"It U the remedy that will euro the many dis
ease tn.-cullar to w men. "-Mother's Magazine.
"It ha ped severe te.ts and won endorse
ment from s-ime of the highest medical talent iu
theeount-7." Nuw Vork World.
"No remedy heretofore discovered can Im held
for one moment In comparison with It " Kev. C.
A. Harvey, I) 1)., Washington, U. C.
This Remedy, which ha done such wonder, la
put up In the LA HUB ST SIZED BOTTLES of any
medicine noon thu market, and la sold liy druggists
r andall dealer at $1 per bottle. Kor lilabet.s.
enquire for WARNER'S SAKE DIABETES CUKE
Ilia a I'OSITIVK K-rocdy.
H. II. WAKNEK & CO., Rochester, N, V.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM!
5F LYNN, MASS.
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For all Female Complaints.
Thta pirpartt'n, aa Ita nam l(rnlrw. eooaUU of
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Irate InvalM. I'lmn w trial tltr merit of thla Com
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whan IMUaaU centlmied, tn nlnrty nin.raaealn a hn
drwl, aprnuu''ntrunUe(fit'trl,uttaoiuarHla will t
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It will cura entirely the wont fnrm of falling
of the utrru. Iucorrhn, Irregular and painful
KenatruaUon.allOTarlanTmublae, Inflammation and
Ulceration, flooding, all Dlnplarementa and the coo
equeot tplnai wnknoa, aad la eapeclally adapted to
th Cbang of life. It will dlwotve and nl tumor
f ram tlie utenuln an ear1? ataga of d'Tpimicnt. D
tendency to canr-aroua humor there la checked very
peedlly by Ita we.
la fact It baa proved to b tb great
at and hot nmrdy that haa ater been dlacoTer
4. It permealra erry portion of the aywtem, and gtroa
aaw Ufeand vigor. It remove falntnem.rlatuleney, da
atroya all craving for athuulanta, and relieve wrakorM
( th atomaoh
h eurea mailing, H'adacbea, Kerrooa Proatratlon,
Oenerml letIUty, Sleepk-MiHM, Deprwxkin and Indt
geaUon. That fwllng of biiing down, rauelng pain,
weight and tvltache, ki alway permanently eared by
tUaae. It willatall time, andandrrall clrcumatan
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For KldieyC'ni'lalntnf either an thin rumpan
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The Great American Desert,
Twenty years ago this was the tarror
of the overland emigrant It was im
possible to go around it, tor it extend
ed from the Colorado to the cascade!
AH the routes that led to the land of
promise crossed it, and it was soon cov
cred with the bleaching bones of stock
and dotted with human graves. It is
about forty miles from the lower end
of the Humboldt Sink to tho Truckee
Uiver at Wadaworth, and t'..e name
"Forty Mile Desert" given the Btretcb.
has become known the world over.
Thero is no water lit to drink on the
whole distance The road lies through
a sandy sago brush plain, extending
several miles west of tile lake, where it
strikes an alkali desert, in the centre
of which tho railroad hits a station that
it appropriately calls "Wbito" Plains.
This is tho lowest point oast of the
mountains. Eight miles further is
Mirage Station, which might servo as
a memorial to the unfortunates who
have been betrayed from their proper
course by the picture of running water,
waving trees and fields that existed on
ly in the deceptive air. Near the mid
dle of the journey is a boiling hot
spring at the foot of tho mountain, and
large beds of salt lie near, from which
B. F. Lo'ete and the Bonanza mines
put up and ahip large quaniities to
market. The deposit lias killed all
vegetation for a long distance around,
leaving tho flat old lake be I as bare as
a floor. Between there and Wadswortu
there are some very odd formations.
Tho body of the country seems to be a
light yellow substance, probably diato
mous, over which lie high ridges of
brown bills. The level places are
strewn with heavy rocks of all sizes, as
black as coal. There is no timber any
where in sight and even the sage brush
is of inferior size. On cither side are
the ever monotonous brown mountains,
carved anil grooved by centuries of
wear and frost into fringes of stony
lace. The railroad has made frequent
attempts to got water for its engines,
but without success. They bored 1,800
feet at Hot Springs, but got only a
brackish mixture of liquid alkali. Ihey
haul water in tank cars for their sec
tion men between Ivelock's and
Wadsworth's. and the engines mako
the run with one tanfcful, a distance of
sixty-one railed They formorly car
ried an extra car behind the engine
with two wooden tanks to draw from,
but now engines bavo been built with
tanks that hold 3.700 gallons. They
frequently run seventy-live miles with
out stopping, and Nick Cole made a
100 mile run once. It is a very pleasant
comparison for the rich 'forty-niner,"
who rides in a palat e car over the
ground where ho walked along with
sore and tirod feet, urging his oxon out
of the thirsty desert, half a life-time
Much has been said in praise of Grec
ian beauty, and tho men nre handsonio
in every sense of tho word. Wo might
well imagine them to have been models
of Phidias and Pi axitoles. Their large
eyes, black as joi, sparkle with glancos
of tiro, while tho long, silky eyelashes
softon the expression and give a dreamy
nppoaranco of melancholy. Thoir teeth
are small, whKo and well set, a fine
rogular profile, a pale olive complexion
and a tall, elegant figure realize an ac
complished typo of distinction. As to
tho women, thoy soem to bavo left
physical perfection to the men; somo
possess tine eyes and hair, but as a rnlo
they have bad figures, and some defoct
in the face gonorally spoils the good
featuros. It is among thorn, however,
that the old Oriental customs nre most
strictly preserved; while tho men are
gradually, undergoing the process of
civilization they, in a moral poiut of
view, remain stationary, and are just
as thoy were fifty years ago. It may,
jndooil, bo said that, with tho excoption
of Athens, the woiutu possess no iudi
vidual existence, and count as nothing
in society. Tho men havo roservod
every privilege for thomselves, leaving
to their helpmates the care of tho house
and family. Iu the town where serv
ants aro kept, thoy are of the poorest
class of peasants, who know nothing,
and receive mlsernblo wages. Tho
families uro generally largo -seven or
eight little children demand a mother's
constant atibntlon. Tho morning be.
gins by directing tho work of each
servant repealing thu same thing a
hundred limos, scolding, screaming,
evon beating thoiu to bo understood.
In the evening, when the children aro
sleeping, if thero remain some littlo
tluio. the poor, worn-out mother sits
down to Iter spiunlng-whoel to spin
silk, to sow or knit, or, if it be summor
tlmo, to look after her oocoous, happy
If she has not to do the work of her in
competent servants over again.
DAILY dAIKO BULL?BTIN; SATURDAY MORNING,
A Connecticut woman has given her
son a largo comforter inado of hair cut
from her own head during ton years.
A brand-now baby in North Carolina
rejoices in the devotod supervision of
tbreo great-grandfathers and two great
grandmothers. The number of horses, cattlo, mules,
shoep, and hogs in Ohio by tho returns
of 1881 is as follows; Horses. 707,025;
cattlo, 1,633,462; mules, 23.07; sheop,
4,923,174. and hogs, 1,705,770.
An ant town iu tho Alleghany moun
tains consists of 1,600 or 1,71)0 nests,
which rise in cones to a height of from
two to five feet. The ground is riddled
in evory direction with subterranean
A New Hampshire soldier, who made
application for a pension eighteen years
ago, has just received from tho depart
ment tho customary circular specifying
tho evidence required to establish his
Walter Bray, for thirty years a popu
lar negro minstrel, is a hopeless luna
tic in a Massachusetts asylum. His
right name is Baker, and he is a son
of the (Jen. Baker who was killed at
the battle of Ball's Bluff.
A sheep dairy for tho manufacture of
cheese has been started near Chatta
nooga. Sheep chouse is a popular ar
ticle of food in Austria, and this enter
prise, beginning with ono thousand
sheep, is under the management of aq
For a number of years tho light-house
keepers on the Longr Island coast havo
taken summer boarders at the stations.
Orders have been issued by tho light
house board that any keeper of lights
who keeps boarders shall be dismissed.
Sixteen years ago Loren Bartlett, of
Grandy, Mass., cut the figures 1875 on
the back of a turtle found in his
meadow, and every year since, with
ono exception, the animal has houu seen
in the same field. Not to bo bo hi ml tho
times, he wants his date changed.
A resident of San Joso, CaC, sent to
New York for three pairs of blankets,
the finest to be had for money, and now
California newspapers are jubilant over
the fact that, when they arrived, one
pair was found to bear the brand of a
San Joso woolen mill.
Alexander Outlaw, residing in Dale
county, Alabama, and now ovor eighty
years of ago, is developing now strength
and preparing to enter upon a new lite.
He lost all of his teeth years ago, and
now, out of the order - of nature, he is
being favored with another supply.
Two new jaw teeth have appeared each
weok during the past four weeks.
Norway exported in 1880 an aggre
gate quantity of 891.816 register tons
of lumber. England took 67 cent
of it, and France It cent. By com
paring the foregoing figure with those
of the current export lists in previous
years, we observo that Norway has only
in the favorable years, 1871 up lo 176,
excepting 175, exported larger quanti
ties than in 1880.
A largo soda ash manufactory is to
be located in Geddes, N. Y. It will bo
the only one of the kind in the Unitod
States, and when completed will con
sume 400 tons of coal daily. A build
ing will lie erected this fall, 300 foet in
length, which will furnish employment
to about 300 men. When all tlio build
ings proposed are erected, 1,000 meo
will bo employed.
In the foreign settlement east of tho
Cape of Good Hope there lived, not
:nany years ago, a person whom the
public called "the sulf-inade man."
I'hoy almost insisted that ho put him
sell together in the morning inserted
his glu3 eye and his false teeth (somo
saidmlded an artificial nose), adjusted
bis wig, nt nipped on lus wooden b'g
and sallied forth. It happened that
trouble broke out between the country
to which he belonged and tho one in
which ho was living, and it was then
and there reported that ho had gone to
the United State consul and claimed
protection. On being asked on what
ground hn founded his churn, lie was
said to have promptly replied that "his
leg was made of Oregon pino and an
American dentist made his teeth."
Rev. Dr. Lyman Abbott, In the
Christ in n Vnion, advocate that thu
Statu of New York purchase a tract in
the wilderness lying immediately west
of the Hudson river, and extending
from perhaps five miles above WeM
Point, and give it, untouched by land
scapo gardening, to tho people for a
park. The tract designated is a part of
the Hudson highlands.
There Is a parish in London which
consists for the greater part of thirteen
houses on each side of Bishopgato
street. The income is nearly $5,600 a
year. The rector has nover done duty
for tho last three or four yean, living
peacefully at St. Leonard's. But ho
pays a curate $600 a year, out of whict
that gentleman has to pay for gas, foi
the organist, nnd other expenses of
conducting divine sorvice.
An Invention for easing tho strain on
horses in starting horse-cars has boon
iu six months' successful sorvico in
Boston. A litllo podal touched by tho
driver's foot put the devico into opera
tion. It connects tho tongue of tho
car with a lever, which operates a
latchel. Inking hold of a cogwheel on
the axle, thus casing tho dtiul pull
Careful observations havo shown tho
following to bo about tho ovorago
growth Iu twelve years of several vari
eties of hard-wood when planted in
groves and cultivated: Whilo maple be
comes one foot in diameter and 30 foot
high; ash, loaf maple or box elder,
one foot in dinniotor and 20 foet high;
while willow, 18 inches In diameter ami
40 feet high; yellow willow, 18 iuchou
in diameter and ;io feet high; Lorn har
dy poplar, 10 inches in diameter ami
40 feel high; liluo and while ash, 10
Inch, in diameter and 25 feet high; black
walnut and butternut, 10 inches In di
ameter and 20 foot high.
Tho performances of Fritz Kapor
nick, the Berlin pedestrian, aro attract
ing considerable attention iu scientific
circles. Professor Klrchuff, of Halle,
compares them with tho feats 'f tb"
historical pedestrians of the ancient
Mexican postal service, known as l ho
Tschaskls. It I recorded, ho suys.ihat
tho foot raessengor constituting tho
Aztee post not tinfroqtionlly traversed
a distance oijuivalont to 383 yards per
mlnuto. This statement has generally
been regarded as mythical, but Kapor
nick has demonstrated its credibility,
for his race from Berlin to TutHttiitu ha
matched, lit not exceeded it.
home Unit) ac-o an Austrian r-hnimar.
is ani tu Imve devised a now soporific,
Ihe union of which is so rapid and
powerful, that a few drops of it sprin
kind on the head and faco will effee
tually stupefy a man iu a sow seconds,
and render him utterly defenseless. Ho
gave it tho ntiino of Bandiger, or "tam
er," and oll'urod tho secret of its side
to tho Austrian Government. But tho
Government has not only refused to
purchase it, but lias ordered the police
authorities t formally notify thu in
vontor to discontinue his experiments,
and toabipii'-. ulterly from using in any
way his invention, or communicating
it to others, under pain of buing crim
injilly dealt with.
The population of Scotlaud, includ
ing the seamen belonging to tho mer
cantile shipping in Scottish ports or on
Scottish waiers, amounted in April last,
according to the census returns just
made public, t0 3,731,4 It persons, of
whom 1,797,562 were males and 1,9.13.
849 femaleg. C .inparisou with the cen
sus numbers of 1871 shows an incroaso
of 191,419 males and 179.974 females,
or a total increase of 371. 123 persona
in ten years i. o., an increase of 11-1
percent. The population of Scotland
has grown moro in the last ten yo.ua
than in any decennial period since
1821-31. Glasgow has increased from
491,46 in 1871 to 511,632 iu 1881, or 4
nor cent.; Edinburgh from 197.593 to
228.180. or per cent.; LVinduo
from 120,721 to 112.451, or 18 per cent.;
Aberdeen from to 105.054, or
19.13 percent; Greenock front 59,794
'to 08,897, or 15.22 per cent.; Loitlt
from 46.4 (1 to 61,168, or 31.73 percent.,
and Paisley from 48.257 to 65.312, or
15.3 per cent.
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How to Get Well.
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Mast clergymen who were obliged to
withdraw from the pulpit on account of
"Clergymen's Sore Throat," have recovered
by using Fellows' Compound Syrup of Hy
pophosphites ktmI are preaching again.
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in the United SUtea.
WAHUANT NO. 1.
l'libllc notice la hereby ejven that the comity
couit of Alexanderconiity has rendered jnilcmont
fur a special assessment upon jiroperly be.netllled
hvtlie followluu Iniprovemetit, vl. : The construc
tion nnd recontrnrli.n nf sidewalk in hlneksnuin
lier I, a. 3, 4, 5. fl, IH, 11. Hi, 17, !!7. !1, M, :ltl,
m, 41, 4a. 4:1,41, 4il, :i7, l!i, in, hi, m, M, W,
t. (ill, X Teityir Cairo,
liiock ft. i'j, is, 17, in. ai, ji, -jr., an, a. m, so,
M,75, M.KI. in the Klrxt addition to the city of
Cairo, and Work I In the second addition to tho r.itv
of Cairo, as v. ill niore fully appear Iroin Ihecertltlmt
copy of tho .tudnient on tile In the olllce of tho
city clerk of the city of Cinro Unit, a warrant for tho
collection of such aKseMSinunts is in thu hnnds of
the, tiuderslu'lied. All periods liitert'stod am here
by notified t call nnd pay the amounts assessed, at
t ne collector s oiiico at tnu Aioxautier County Uank
within "'ai'" 'I "i lift"" 'late hersof.
ii . i irn-iTir
t:uy lrt T.x olllrlo city (
uatea, tins nin nay nr Aiiijiist, isni .
J 11.1 IINM Ml 1 IIT '.llliUCUIt
Public notice la hereby Klven that on Hi Will
day ol September, A, 1). Ihm, nt ripriiik'Held, 111.,
hii niifllciilloM will hu made to the lliinoriibln Hliel
bv M t'ulloin, as iroernor of the stata of Illinois
lo have thu sentence of .lemes K. Mrl.oiiuhry, who
at tliuJuly term, A. I). 1H7H, of the Ali.'xaniliT cbiiii
ty circuit court was sentenced to tho penitentiary
at .lollut, 111., for Out term of twelve years, lor tho
oll'euse of hnrijlary, cominnteil. When sod when)
liny person opposed to said commutation rait ap
pear and resist said application If he sec lit o to
Hated Oils 'Mb day of Anctisf. A. I). 18H1.
1AM KH K, Mci.OUUIIRY,
liy A NOUS LEKK.
llKNJ. P. OlIAKTON, . 8T011Y B. IiADD
IIamik.kt E. Taink.
I.alo Coinmlssiouer of l'atonts,
l'AINE, ORAFT0N & LADI),
Atlonieys at-Uw nnd Holicltors of A merlcaa and
412 rilTll BTUKKT, WA8HISOTON, D. C.
Practice patent law tn all tt branches, In th
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OPENED JUNE FIRST.
It imtuated In Pope County, Illinois, tn a spur
of thu Oxark Mountains, half way between Vienna
Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
TCB IN ABUNDANCE. Tho table la prcad
X with all the delicacies of the feasor. The
waters aro mineral, appetizing and health Riviuir.
and their beneficial effects are felt Immediately.
Public notice is hereby uiven that in nnrsnance
of an order mid decree madu and entered by anu Iu
Ihe county court of Alexander county, state of Il
linois, at the August term thereof, lll. In a certain
cause wherein the undersigned as administrator
of tho estate of William O'Callahan, deceased, and
administrator with the will annexed oi Richard
O'Callahan, deceased, was petitioner and Thomas
O'Callahan, Adallno Kenniston and Alfred Math
ews were defendants, the undersigned vrlll, on
Wednesday, tho list day of September, A. D 1881,
at the hour of two o'clock p. ra., at the front dour
of the court house In Cairo, In said comity, otter
forsale totho highest bidder for cash In baud, lot
number lour (!) in block number forty (40) in taid
city of Cairo, and lot number (even 47) in block
number nineteen (Ml), and lot number forty-two
(42) in block number twenty (20), both In the Klrit
addlttou to said city of Cairo
Cairo, 111,, Annt!,lHBl. Administrator, etc.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY,
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OrifftiiliedJulv 14lli, 1877, Under the Lawi o
tlie State of Illinois. Copyrighted July
I), 11177, tinier Act of Congress.
p, . Ream.....
V. T. KUDO....
J. A. OOI.OSTINK
. Medical Adviser
II. I.KIOIintN, Ii. b. THOMAS.
J. C. WHITE, W. F. PITCHER,
XiOAHD OP1 MANAGEH8:
William Strattou, of Stratton A Bird, wholesale
Krocers; Paul ti. Schuh, wholesale nd retail drug-
lst; lla.en LelKhton, commission merchant; Jas.
. Mcliahey, lumber dealer; J. J. Gordon, phy
Iclan ; J. A. Uoldstlno, of UoUlitlne & Roseiiwater,
wholesale and retail dry goods, etc; Wm.F. Pitch
er, Kuneral agent; Henry l. Ellis, city printer and
book binder; Chualey llaynoa. Cooper; J no. C.
While, assistant socretary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer In flour and grain; F. Dross, presi
dent Alexander County Bank ; U. W. Uendrlck.
contractor and builder; Cvrua Closo, general
aont; Thomas Lewis, secretary and attorney at
law; L.8, Thomas, broom manufacturer; W. a-.
Russel, contractor and bulldor; C. T, Radd
eut (i Ht. L. N. O.rallaoad.Mose Phillip, car
tenter; 11 . A, Churoliloy, contractor, Cairo, Ills.
Rev. J, Spencer, clergyman, St Leula, Mo,; J. H.
llothuuo, cln ult clerk, Mississippi couuty, Charlea
ton, Mo. ; .1. II. Moore . lawver, Commerce. Mo. ;
1). Slnglelarv, phvalclan, Arlington, Ky. ; J. W. S.
Tarry, phvstclau. Kulton. Kv.; Wat. Ryan, farmer,
Mtirrv, Kv. ; A. Stelnhach, mauuiactnrer of tad
dlerv, Kvanivllle, Ind.ijke Anderaou, erury
to sunerlnwndeut C. St. UN O. ral road, Jsck
son, Tinn.i J- S. Robortsou, phvalclan, Wnlte
vlllo.Tenn. i Thomas A. Oslairn, haruea maker.
Bolivar, Tonn, ! Win. L, Walker, "Dixie Adver
tising Aitcucv. Holly SprlBis,Mi.