Newspaper Page Text
Theloadlni Scientists ol tu-uay RL're that most
diseases are rsnsi-d by dlaivrdcrcd Kidney or Llv.
r. II, tliiMi'forc.thii Kidn.ys and I.lvrr urc kept in
Dt'tfect order, perfect tiealili will Iju tho result.
Tbli truth ban only been known a short time and
or years people sitrercd great Knv without be
ing kltln to II ud relief. Tho discovery of Wurucr's
Bale Ulduey and Liver Cure mark a new era la
the treatment of those troubles. Made from
simple tropical leaf of rare value, !t contain Juat
thu elements necessary In nourish and invigorate
both of these great org-ins, and safely restore and
keep them In order. It is a POSITIVE UKMKDV
for all tho dtves that cause pain In the lower
partof ih uody-lor Torpid LiverHeadache
Jaandli-e-Dlzziiiii (iruvul Kovcr. Ague-Mais-ilal
Fever, and all difficulties of tho Kidneys, Liver
and I'rliisry Organa.
It It an cxiellxni and aafe remedy for females dur
ing Pregnancy . It will control Menstruation and
la Invaluable for Le corrho or falling "f Ibc
Aa a Blood Porlrh-r it 1 uuequaled, for It ruri'i
tba ori;ana Ibat make thu blood.
HEAD THE RECORD
"It saved mjr life."-K. B. I.akelv, Sclrua, Ala.
"It Is the remedy thai will cure tba many dis
eases iiecullar to w.. men. "Mother's Magazine.
"It Ui paKKfd severe tots and won endorse
menu from some of the bluhest medical talent a
the country." Now York World.
"No remedy heretofore discovered can he held
for one moment In comparison wltb It " Jtev. C.
A. Harvey, D I., Washington, D. C.
This Itemed, wblcb ha done anch wonder. !
put up In the LARGEST SIZED BOTTLES of any
medicine npon tho market, and I told by d ruygteta
and all dealers at fl aftir tM)ttlr. Por Diabetes.
-niUlre for VVAKNBK S SAFE DIABETES CUKE
It Is POSITIVE Remedy.
II. H. WARNER t CO., Rochester. N, Y.
MRS. I.YDIA E. PINKHAM.
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
TTi" PqIMti Onre
For all Female Complaints.
. TbU pnparatlr. u It nun ttirnlnM, c-oaatsta ol
" f tcttabla rrnpmtlna Uat ara harmin to the meal del
r kU lav eUd, I'poa on trUtl tlx nwrtt ef thta Com
roflni wt!l be rvmcnlaml, h rallrf la tmmwtlata i and
tM Ittaaal tftitlnaM. In alorty-ntaa cawa In a ban.
rd,aaiTnfnteurtaen'etid,Mihoinaada will U
!' Ufy. Oa acroant of ltoprurnimrlt,ltlat-dayr
MaawM and prwrllird ty tU bwt ptUflcUca la
It will eur anttrcly tl wnnt form rt falllrf
of Iti atfrua, liPararrlKM, Irrff lUr and painful
Manatnutlon.allOTarlanTroubliw, Inflnuiatlin and
noaratlon, rVvtxlLiyra, all DtplomnU and tU eon
aw)oBt iplnai waakneaa, and ts apcUlly adtl to
the Chance of Ufa. It will dlianlte and eipH tumnrt
frthtrulnanrlj tae of d.'TUiront. The
Undeiw-y to cBCroua humor thrr U rhecktd very
Ipaedlly by lu vm.
In fart It baa pmrod to U tba (nai.
K and bnrt mnnlf that baa "r bora dlaeoter
ed. It permease rrTj pnrtlnn of tba irjmtom, and g-tra
nw IKaand ttgnr. It remoM fklntiima.natulfnpy. da
etroya allrrartni for atlmulajtta.and nllarea weaknna
( tba atoniarb
h cum nioattnc, TtaiUbM, Nerroua rrottratlon,
Oaneml Dblllty, Skvplnvnna, Dcpraarlon and Indl
CaeUoo. Thai fraUnc of beartor down, rauilnf pain,
weight and barkac ho, la alwayapernanitly cured by
tMuae. It wtllat all tlmw, andundrrall rlrcumatan
on, art In barmony with the law that gown the
For Kldnry(Vmipllntof uUr ari Ihla rompoa
lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
(prepared atCSand Mfftni Avonue. Lynn, MaM.
rrtcelt OA. Bli b.ttkforr.tn. Henl t.y mall In the
form of pills, etooln the form of Ltwnnea, on receipt
of price, 11.00, pr hoi, for either. Mra. PLVilUM
freely aniwera all K-ltir of Inquiry Si'nd for pam
phlet. Addrwweneon'a Mmlum Win faftr.
Ha family nlwuld he otthuut I.YD1A F. PlNKfl.Ot'
LiTCIl fllJA They curw Contltlon, EUlouaueaa
and Tgrpld!tyofthLlTr. tiwnraper box.
ron hale hy druioists.
RICHARDSON & CO., 8t. Louis, Mo.
Wh.iU.alo liff"!ila fof LYDIA K. riNKIlAM'8
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICI NK.
ini MIRK. Thu (iri'Hl Enir-
unimllnK rure for
ootitnev and all
aa a efnuenro
of aelf-niiuKo; Ai'
ion ot tmimory, "o-'iyYTa
Before TaUnK-ivurtt'Afto, Ifiin.
.. . hb. .mat I, m fill! Bivn anil wr m
other dlfaac that lead to Itifaultv.j couMimptlon
or a prumntiiro iravu. ,,,,,,
rV-Kitll rnrtlcuUr In our mihlut, wlilrh wB
deaUo to aund free bv mtll to evorvono. rrTbi
fipcclflcModlrlno la aold bv all dniRK a a . 1 n.T
'u 0U rWCU' Til B OKAY tiKOICIN I CO, ,
Hl'tT At.O, N . i .
Bold In Cairo bv l'tttil . Hcliuli.
. a.v,TTt ll.,nurtttnrt mltT Dattlt
Ac. K5 eta. Hook of Alphabet-, N. Uook of I awy
AlpnalHIla, MI. PlRn, larrinxu. . hi, """ ir
Pecoratlvo Painting. SO. Japa eo 'rnjimwitatlon
1 . (a ui... u' t Minnrinrd Scroll
Ti..L i u. ,.11- (iriiimtni.ft n.ouiloinlHM SI.
CO. UVNasaalrout.N. Y.
INSTANT rAIIS RELIEF
r. . .niidnrrtil and Immedlnto euro for uH bos
A m " "
3r.chtiinntlm, Nonralfils, Uiadache, Ear
che, Cuts, Bnilaci, Sprains, oto.
Sold at all Druggist.
Wholesale jopol 8P qin SI, N, Y,
snd for circular '
THti DAIIiY BULLETIN.
riar annaua (monu.ii ticimo).
kargetat Oiroulation ol any CavUjr In
OlUt'si Bulletin BolldlnR, WMUnctun ATne
Dally (dell vcred hy earrtara) pet weak I 38
liy mall (In ad anca) one year 10 00
H'tmouthi 5 00
Three tnontba I AO
Oim montb J 00
By mall (In advance) ana yew It 00
rtla month 1 On
Throe monthe 50
To cluba of ten and over (per copy) 1 50
I'oataue In all caaei prepaid,
Flrn Inaerllou, pr eqoare $100
Hubaeqoentlnaertloni, per equara 50
K-r one wwk. per aqDara S 00
Kiui'ral notice 1 00
Ohlttiariua and reeolutlona paaaed hy iw.letlel
ten cent per line.
Djiatba and tnarrlaiee free
Kirat Inat-rtion, per aquare tltO
KlKht lluua of aolld nonpareil conatltnte a iqnere
Displayed tdTertlaement will be eharxed accord
ini! to the apace occupied, at above ratee there ba
ins; twelve linen of aolld type to the Inch.
To rrirular advertlaera we offer inperlor lndnea
menu, iHith a to rates of charjtei and manner of
d aplaylng their farora.
Thla paonr may be found on lie at Oeo. P. Rowell
Co, 'a Newapaoer Advertlalng Bireaa.OO Bprnce
atrvn whera advertlalns contract! may be made
I r It In New York.
Communication upon anhjecu of general lnteraat
to the public arn at all tlmea acceptable. Rejected
m iiiuecrlpt will not be returned.
I.ot'ere and communlratloni ahoald be addreiied
"R A.Rnrnett Cairo Illlnola "
TLe Cairo Prices Current
Office Waahinirton Avenue,
Tbi Cairo ruing Clkhikt la publlabcd every
Tucaday and Friday from the office of Tbi Cairo
Bn.Lrrm.and la Intended to give a true report of
,ne condition of the market on day of publication,
and the publlaher trout that full and complete
quotations will be given by the baelncei men of the
TERMS. One cenv, reopy On all ordera of
23 or more, of amo date, the subscriber's name
will be printed "lthout extra chares. Orders for
extra copies mnat be received bv 10 o'clock a. a.,
en day ol publication.
Monday Evening Sept. 12, 1881.
The weather is cool and pleasant a de
cided contrast with that of last week. This
section was viHiled Saturday eveniof with
a heavy, soaking rain the first that has fair
ly laid the dust since early io June.
The market is centrally firm, hut dis
plays very little activity in leading articles.
Correspondents will note a change io
river rates smith, in this issue of tho price
FLOUR fiteady and firm. Receipts are
light. The movement is small, as holders
do not care to sell at present prices.
IV. Y Receipts are fair and the demand
good. Prices are firm with a tendency to
CORN -The market is bare of white.
Mixed is in moderate supply and easy.
OATS Steady and uachanged. Mixed
isfiioted at 41 cents in bulk, and prices
ranj;c as high as 44 cents for choice.
MEAL The market is quiet and dull at
BRAN Very scarce and in active de
BUTTER Choice sells readily on ar
rival. Common is plenty and dull.
EtJOS The market is Mocked and
CHICKENS The demand and Bupply
re about equal -both fair.
FRUIT Receipts are of nB inferior
quality and sell slow.
Sales and Cciuotatlons.
NOTE. rbe uncos here given are tor sales from
drat hands In round lots, An advance Is
charged for broken lots in flillnaordera.
9 0 Pane. ,
. 4 00
4ou Various gradus..
1! carmliM ...
a car "silt edd" Timothy..
4 car choice 'timothy m
i car mixed ..
8 cars mixed, In bulk
1 car whlto In bulk
It car choice In bulk.
Scar choice I nsscks.
e car In bulk
W II BAT.
No, S Rod, per hit
No. i Medt'teranosn
1M bbla City..
i0 bills City...
..8 7VJW 85
400 pound strictly choice Northern
500 pounds gilt cdne
6iK) pounds Houtbera Illinois
Live, por dox I 00 Q t no
14 coops good young 1 50A3 95
. . W&i 75
S coop imall young
1141 . a
DAILY 0AIKO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING,
1(10 basket grapes, per pd. ........
HO boxes pcaihe....
100 boxes liartlet pears
I'ur barrel a tiva 50
Tierces .. n
.., ...... .1
, l no
84 bushel burlaps..
6 bushel '
5 bushel "
Peaches, halve and Quarters ,
Choice navy .3 OOffii t
Choice medium I '
Choice, Pactory.. ll!4lt
Calf, Green- 11
Dry Kllnt ,5V
Dry Salt. U
Ureen Halt 7
Hheep Pelts, dry ..Mi?ft.
Bbeep Pelts, green V)J1 25
i 7543 .V,
m 4 5-i
Low Leaf... 4 7!i& ( tr,
Medium Leaf 5 fc'ia K to
Good Leaf. 8 SfrJ 8 no
RATES OF FRBIOI1T.
KHts 3' c.s
S3 " ' r.is
4r, tiO ct
Grain per Cwt
Hay per Cwt
Pork per 1)1)1
The French Railroads in 1880.
The French railroads in 1880 are the
subject of an official report covering
the mileage and earnings of all tho dif
ferent lines, which has bnon issued by
the Department of Public Works and is
published in tho May number of the
Annates des rants et Chau.w.c. We
reduce to our measures and values the
figures for the whole railroad system of
France, as follows:
TUE RAILROAD SYSTEM OF FRANCE.
Total miles, end of
A re rage miles
Gross earnings 5,7:MJ5SI
E.iriilnjr nor ruihi. 14.313
Ilia railroads are divided into uye
diffcront classes, three of which belong
to the six preitt companies the "old
system," wtiu average earnings of $21,
246 per mile of road; the "new system,"
with earnings of $7,288 por mile, aild
the "special system," with $ 16,470 por
mile. Then come the State lines (ro
cently Bcquired, and included, at tho
end of 1880, 1,400 miles of road), whoso
earnings por milo are but $3,059. The.o
roads, in most cases, were taken by the
Slate bw:inso it did not pay to work
them. There remain ''various com
panies," owning 529 miles of road,
earning an average of $5,487 por milo.
The average earnings per milo of
American roads at the same time were
$7,307, against $14,313 by tho French
roads. The average increase of Ameri
can roads over 1879 was 17 por cent.,
against 9.4 or the French roads, which
are considered extremely prosperous.
If our railroads had earned as much
per mile as tho French lines, thoir
gross receipts would have been $.592,
000,000 greater than they actually wore
in 1880. The French system, however,
is strictly limited to the needs of the
country. It is probably the richest
agricultural country in the world and
one of tho most prosperous industrial
ly, but with an area about the same as
that of New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio,
Indiana and Illinois together, and with
37,000,000 Inhabitants against 17,600,
000 in those States, it has 14,750 miles
of railroad against their 30,583. In
France there are 2,500 people and 13.81
square miles of land to support one
iuiiu oi rnurunu , in iuo nvo chui.b
named there are 674 poople and 7.1
square miles of land to every mile of
railroad. Railroad Gazette.
Th Professor's Predicament.
A well-known professor of Union
College, while making a visit to Iowa,
started to look at some land with a
farmer. .Reaching a creek the profes
sor placed his garments in his wagon
and swam over, while the farmer tried
to drive over. The current earned the
wagon down stream, with the profes
sor's clothing, his watch, $125 iu mon
ey and some drafts. They were all
swept away and lost. Tho professor
was' left entirely nanotl, borrowed his
companion's pants, and walked eight
een miles boforo ho obtained a co.tt and
shirt. Albany Aryus.
Dr. Billings, of Washington, recent
ly told tho medical conference in Ion
don that there are now in existence
over 120,000 volumes of modieal litera
ture, and doublo that number of pamph
lets, with a prospective increase ot
1,500 volumes and a,600 pamphlets ev
ery yoar. The number of pbysUMans in
tho United States is 65,0O0-2,K"0 of
whom uro medical writerc.
m ' '
An Instance of faithfulnoss In tho
mauagoment of an estate is revealod in
tho estate of the late Calheviue E. Har
ris, of Troy, N. V. la twenty-flv)
years it had incroasod from $21,000 to
Josh Killings says: "Thare tin't no pi in
natntl histry that liaz been ft more, and
thot more oft tlmn npplo pi, and no mediciu
kan cur indigestun and biliousness haf so
wol as Spring Dlossom." Price 50 ctnts,
trial bottles 10 cunts. Paul O. Schub, Agent.
It is simply marvelous how quickly con
stipation, InliougncBB, sick headache, fiver
and ague, and malaria, are cured by "Sel
lers' Liver Pill."
My patent adjustable 1IAKKOW is be
lieved to be tho best, its well us tho cheap
est harrow that has ever been offered to the
farmer. I sell a first class standard two
horse harrow that will easily harrow 20
acres in a day, fur ten dollars, nil complete.
They can bo ordered by letter and shipped
according to directions warranted to give
satisfaction. Or, if a farmer wishes to
make it at home and save freight, and give
is just the size and wuight he wants, I will
tell tho plun with instructions and right
to make one, ami send it by mail tor one
dollar. If village mechanics winfi to make
it to supply their customers, I will give
them very favorable terms, and they will
have in addition the advantage gained by
saving freight. It is very Bimple and easy
to make. Send for circular and price
list, 8. Hutchinson, Origgsville, Pike Co.,
Illinois. Hold by John McNulty, Cairo,
The expenditure of brain power too se
verely in children often results in physical
debility; the use of Fellows' Ilypophoa
phites exerts a singularly happy "effect in
White to Mrs. Lydia E. Piukham, No.
233 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pam
phlets relative to tho curative properties of
her Vegetable Compound in all female com
plaints. A Liberal Offer.
Wagner & Co. Michigan Ave. & Jackson
St. Chicago, offer to send Electric Belts,
Rands, etc., for the cure of Nervous Debili
ty and other diseases, free, for examination
and trial before purchasing. Those Elec
tric Devices are the invention of Dr. I). A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, and are
claimed to be the only Electric Devices or
Appliances for the cure of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. See their advertisement in this
LOSt MANHOOD RESTORED.
A Tintim of youthful Imprudence caiiinjj Prema
tura Ivy, Nnrfoua Debility, Lost Manhood, etc.,
bariBR tried iu Tain avery known remedy, has dia
amnil a rtmiilo self cure, which b will anrt FP.KE
to hit Hkw.uflfrrni. address J, II, Kt.KVKS
43 that ham fet., N. V.
If yon ruller from dys rpala, tint)
IU:ri)OC'K BLOOD IUTTKRS.
If yon aro aflllrfil with Mlioiisovs. n
Hl'RDOl'K BLOOD KlITEItS,
If yim arn prostrated wltli sick headache, tako
BURDOCK BLOOD HITTERS.
If your liowels are disordered rt'cnlHUi tliein with
Bl'RDOCK BLOOD HITTERS.
If yonr blond Is tmuure, purify It willi
Hl'RDOfK BLOOD BITTERS
If you have ludire tioD, yon will Ami an antidote in
HTKDOCK BI OOD BITTERS.
Ifyou are trouhkd with sprlus comnliiiiite, erndl
Icatu Ihuru with Bl'RDOCK BLOOD HITTERS.
Ifyoor liver Is torpid restore It to healthy action
with BURDOCK BLOO') BITTEhS,
If your liver ! nflVr.ted you w ill Hud share restor
stive In BURDOCK BLOO I HITTERS.
If yon have any pcrteaof humor or pimple, fall
not to tsko BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If yon have any alniptoms of ulcars or scrofulous
lores, n curative remedy will he found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For iniptrtinj! atroHKtb and vitality to the svstom,
uothtni! can canal Bl'RDOCK BLOOD HITTERS.
For Nervous and General Debility, tone, up tho
system with . BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
Biuck $1 mi mvm.E ; Tuial Bottut, IOV t.
FOSTKh', MILTtURN & CO.. l'rop'rs,
Hl'FFALO, N. Y.
Forsuleby I'ALLO. tiCIIl'Il. (- )
30 DAYS TRIAL
June 13, 171.
Wo will send on thirty days trial
Dr. Dye's Electro-Voltaic
APPLIANCES TO MEN
Sufferlnn from Krriia WeaUneaa, tJrnrml
Debility, loaaof nerva foreo or Yliinr, or any dla
case reaultlng from Anrsi and othic ' ta, or Io
any one afflicted with Rheumatism. Nruralitt. Tar
alyU.PpInal Itlfflcultlea, Kidney or Liver Troubles.
Lams Hack, and other Mseaaesof the Vital Otuans.
Also woiias troubled with diseases peculiar to
their set ,
Speedy relief and complete, reatorallon to health
guaranteed. Tliean Hre the only Kiwi t ie
Apptlnncrathnt iinvverbwn eoimlnietrd
Mpon HrlfiiilHD rrlnelplea. Their tborounh
tlllcaey liai becu practically proven with Ibe miml
eiuloraeineiila from eminent nieillenl and
eleiitlfla men and front hundred who hav
been apeedlly iinil indlelly run-H by thetf
aas. Send at once for Illustrated pamphlet gtvlnR all
Information free. Address, ..,.
VOLTAIC HEI.T CO., Marahiill, Mleh.
Savings Hanks, loaurance Companies, Trustees
ind Investors iienurnlly aro Invlled to correspond
with us retarding bonds they may deslru Io buy,
sell or cicbatiHH. '
JIunlclpHl Ronils, Water Wiirku Cnmitant
I,oana, ami iteslrahle Rallrosd KoCiivtUea al
Ivavsmi hniitl. ,1. K. I,KWIS CO.. Hankers,
47 Culiir St. New trk.
SEPTEMBER 10, 1881.
D., LANGELL'S ASTHMA X CATARRH REM I
tlailutniu.MMiMiaUnrMHlilaaadwu llk AITHSi a, rSHTHIilC iTutoi Tt .J
.uuipl.t r,n( lor br.,,, j ,oltol w. ... ,m,, rt.-,lJ(a.. 1.
nirMii ).rr..Bip.,iH..htie ro..u ...( hnrba i,f
iD'lm.rirail4rMa((irattUI pka.;n tari
o.swn.lltMmilloBrfo.lrinr thrlc$l,00. rntm all Drutil.it.
prUl.r. WfMMlr, (IMn,
" at't'T IMtlSltS, m2r, 4S
Used and approved by the leading PHYSI
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
Tho moat Valuable
EEIir DI8EABE3, BSEOHATISII.
CATA.RRH, HEMOEaHOIDS, Etc. Also for
. Contrhs, Cold, Bore Throat.
Tr7 them. 25 and 60 cent
CXAXD MKDAL AT THE PHILADELPHIA ' " vmA a wa,
iLVit mm a L at tda pakw exposition. COLGATE & CO., H.Y,
For sale liy 0. W. Henderson. Cairo, Illinois.
GET TIIE BEST !
LEAD ALL OTHERS ?
Every Style & Price.
(mprc7onisut3 and Conronlesees found In
Tr Salo ia Every City and Town
in thA United SUtee.
SI'Kt'lAI, ASSESSMENT NOTK'K.Sl'KCIAL
WAKHANT SO I.
Public mitlco In hrri'by ilvon tlial tb" ronnty
rouit of Ali'Xandi'rriiutity ba rciidurxd linlemiint
for ft itIiiI HHi'Hniiiit iipmi roii'rty linni'fllli'd
by thu follow i ii n Im priivi'ini'iit, viz: I ho conxtruo
tlou mid rvconKlriirtlim ofHlilMwalka In block nu m
Iht 1. 'i 3, 4, ft. II, VI I I. I'l, K, -J7. '.. ill, :l, 38.
Ml, 41. ii. 4:1, 41, 4H, .'17, I'l, I'l, r. M, W, M,
m. ti't. TU, TS rltyur (.'mm.
llliKk K li. Ifi, IT. Kill, 41, 'jr,, an, sit. :a, :VI, 5(1,
M, TT,, at. HI. In tlic Klri-t nddlttiin to tho cltv or
t'Klro, mill block 1 in tlii si'Ciiiiiluililltlnii lollm rlty
nf faint. a will more fitllv aniicur trnm t li i r 1 1 It !
ruiy (il Ihu jinliiii'iitoii lllu In t lie olllcu of tim
city cbTU of I hi' r.ily nf rmro Unit a warrant lor tho
collection of surh aNSosaiiii'iit Is In tint hum! of
tho undiTHluiii'd. All iHTsniia lutcri'stiM) am hero
by nolilli'd t call and uy the amonnlH ncanaNid.st
thi' culU'rtor'a nftlro at Urn AlnxiinilrrC'omily llank
within thirty days of thu dale licraof.
TIU'MAS ,1 KKItTII.
City Tri'a.nrcr and Kx-nlMcIo t'lly ColUctiir.
Dskd, IIiIk '-'.'.III dny of AtiKiiit, lNfl .
Public tiolici) I heieby L'lveii tlml on the iTHIt
dsyol Se)itetnher. A, D. Imh , at NprlnKlleld, III.,
til sp(llcatioM will be made In tho lloanruliln Hhul
by M Cllllom, a Rovernor ol IIih stata of Illinois
Io liavu the sentence iNenin K. .Mcl.iinuliry, who
at the July term, A. I. IHlfl.ofiho Alexander coun
ty rlrrtilt court wa aentenred to tho poiiltetitliiry
at Jollet, III., for tho term of Iwelvu years, lor thu
oll'einm of bitrirlarv, cotnmiiteil. When and where,
any person opposed to snld cuimniitatlnn ran sp
prnr aud resist siild Sl'pllcittloti I! he sees III solo
Dated h ; i day or Atmiist, a. i. iwi.
JAMKS K, Mcl.Ol IIIIRY,
liy ANOUS LKKK.
IJUK.1. F. OlIAKTON, HTOHY U. LAW)
I AI.11KHT K. TaINK.
I. ale Commissioner of l'utetits,
P A T B N T S
PAINK, GRAFTON & LAD1),
Attorneys st I, hw nml Solicitors of America and
M riFTH STREET, WAsniNOTOS, D. C.
Practice patent law In all It branches In the
Patent Office, and In Ilia Supremo and Circuit
Conrts of the United Stale. Pnuiphlot sent free
on Jocoipi oi smmp tor poei(o.
tohali,,( ilia i..iU)d. tl.u ab(Ba i ,Llli?i. z2.1Z
art tall utM
Ii a mm? will b nniBX!, sr
.i.r KuwDSw, . fork lr,
AMss U. UIOBXL, frt-
I I Jh Tollai
1 ii I i
VsmIIds such aa
Vaaeline Cold Cream,
vaaeimo Camphor Zee,
Vaseline Toilet Boeos,
an aa striae aar ilaUar
Aa agreeable form of tak
ing Vaaeline internally.
oa smw i .a.
Ctodd and DiDhtheria. eta
lizei of all oar good,
OPENED JUNE FIRST.
It I sttualt'd In Pope County, Illinois. In a spar
if the Ozark Mountains, half way betwon Vienna
and Ookond. Its
Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
It URAL WALKS,
TIB IX ABUNDANCE. The table Is spread
A witb all the delicacies of the season. Thu
waters are mlDural, appetlclDK and health giving,
and their beneficial t Dec Is are felt Immediately.
J it. P nun w, t'rop rj etor.
DMIMSTUATOH S SALE.
Public notice Is hereby elven that in tinrauance
of an order mid decree made and entered by and In
the county court of Alexander county, stale of Il
linois, at the August term thereof. laHt. in a certain
CHima wherein th nnderelL'ued as a l mlnistrator
ortueeatate of William O Callahan, deceased, and
ailiiiiniatrittor with the will annexed of Klcuard
O'Callulian, deceased, was petitioner and Thomas
U'Callahau, Adallno Kennlstou and Alfred Math
ews were defeudanta, thu undersized will, on
Wednesday, the list day of September, A, R IBM,
at the hour of two o'clock p. m., at the from door
ol the court bouse lu Cairo, In aald county, offer
forsalu to tho highest bidder for cash in Land, lot
cumber four (4) in block unnihor forty (40) In said
city of Cairo, and lot number seven (T) In block
tin in her nineteen (111), and lot number forty-two
(4ii in block nn mber twenty (JO), both iu the First
addition to snld city of Cairo
Cairo, III., August 81, IwHI. Administrator, ete ,
MUTUAL AID HOC1KTY,
i itnTti a t tMttinif i ii
A SUI5STITUTK FOR LIFE ISSUE
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
of o All to.
OrffHnUrd Juiv lltli, 1077, Untlcr the Uwi o
the .ainteofllllnoM. t'opvrlslited July
II, 11177, Umler ActofCoiiKrus.
c. T. hi.' l)
,1. A. tJOI-DSTINK
JOHN C. WHITE....
II, I.RK1IITON, I., h. THOMAB,
J. 0. WHITE, V. T. PITCHER,
1IOAHU OF MANAWS1R8!
William Htratton, of Mtratton A Bird, Wholesale
ttrorers; Paul (I, Kchuli, wholesale and retail driitf
ulst: Uaeii I.i'luliton, commission merchant; Jas.
H. Mcdahey, Intnber dealer; J. J. Oordon, phys
ician; J. A. (lolilxtlnu, of Oolclstlne & Koscnwalor,
wholesalo and retail dry goods, etc, Wm,F. Pitch
er, uenerul ai;ent; Henry U. Kills, city printer and
book binder; Chosley II ay nes, Cooper; Jno. C.
While, assistant aecrelary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer lu Hour and grain; K. llross, presl-
.1... A f,......(u U-..U . J 1 VI 1 1 .. I..
Ili'lll niviRUiiri v tiiiiMT atm , 1. n HDiiurivK-i,
contractor and hmldor; Cyrus Close, general
aiti'iit; Thomii I.ewl, secretary aud atlo.ney at
law ; I,, n, llioinas, uroom nianiiiaciurvr; v. r.
Hnssui. contractor and htnicier; v. r, ittiua
aitent li Mi. li, AN, O. rsllaosd; Moses Phillip, cr-
penter j II . A. Chumhlay, contractor, rairo, ins.
ltiiv. .1. Mpencer, elenrvntan.Ht Leuls, Mo. : J. II,
Helhune, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Charlr
ton, Mo.; ,1. 11 Moore . lawver, fommerco, Mo.i
l). Hlngletsrv. phvslrlso, Arlltijton, Ky, J. W.
Tarry, phvsiclaii, Kiiiton. Kr.i Wm. Ryau. farmer,
Murfv, Kv.l A. Hlelnhach, inaumacturer of sad
dlerv.Kvenavllli', lud Ikn Anderson, socrjUry
to suierli.t.'iident C. t. L. T4 O. railroad. . lark'
son, Tenn.;J. " Ilohertson, phvslclan, White
vllle. Teno.t Thomss A. Oshorn, bsrnes niaktr,
Il'.lliar.Tenn.: Wm.l,. Walker, "DUte Advcf
Using AeucT, Ilollv Springs, Mia.