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Mm. J. Q. Itohortson, Pittsburg. Pa., wlte: "I
was sulferlnB from general debility, want of ap
petite, contipatiou,etc, mi that life wa-i a burden;
efteruslng Burdock Mood Hitter I felt better than
fur yearn. I can not Nralee your bitter too much."
R. Olhbs, of Iluffulo, N, Y.. write: "Your Bur
dock Blood Illitors, in chronic dieait of tlm blood
liver mid kliluoi . have been signally marked Willi
fncres. 1 havn ued them mynelf with the bc-xt
result for torpldltv of tin- liver, and Id the cae ot
a friend or mine suffering from dropsy, the filer t
Bruce Turner, Rochester, N. Y., write: "I
have been uhje:t to urlou disorder of the kid
ney and unable to attend to business; Uurdock
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used. I feel confident that they will entirely cure
E. Ascnlth Hall, lllnghamtoti, N. Y. write: "I
uffered with a dull pain through my left lung and
ehoulder. I,at my spirits, appetite tttid clor, and
could with difllcnlty keep up all day. Took your
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pain ilnce first week after using them."
Mr. Noah Bate, Elmlra.N. Y., write. "About
four year ago I had an stuck of hilous fever, and
never fully recovered. My digestive orcana were
weakened, and I would he completely prostrated
for dav. Afier using two bottle of your Burdock
Blood Hitter the improvement wa so visible that
I wa astonished. I can now, though sixty-one
vear of age, do a fair and rearonablu dav's work."
C. Blacket Itoblnson, proprietor of tho Canada
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suflertd greatlv from oft recurring headache. I
ned vonr Burdock Blood Hitter with happiest re
sult, and I now find myself tn bett.tr health than
for vear past.
Mr. Wallace, Buffalo, K, Y., write: "I have
rued Burdock Blood Bilhirsfor nervous and hilus.
headache, and can recommend tbem for anyni.e
requiring cure for biliousness."
Mr. Ira Mulhollaud. Albany, N. Y., write: For
leveral veare I have suffered from oft rornrruig bil
lon headache, dvsi-pli and complaint pe
culiar to mv er. Since using your Burdock
Blood Bitter I am entirely relieved.
Pwri, 11 I'EB dotti.b: sample size 10 it.
FOSTER, MILBUBN & CO,, Prop'rs,
BUFFALO, S. Y.
Porealc by PAUL 0. 6CIIUH, 1
MRS. LYDiA F. P1HKHAM1
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Th PoWt Corn
For all Female Complaints.
This preparation, a Ita nam slgnlflea, eonlt ot
VttfvtaUc PropDrUM that ax UarmiM to the mod del
ksaUlnvalld. V'on oo trial the uerlU of till Com
poani will b iwitrtilW, a relief 1 Immediate i nd
whan It MoUeontUjued, tn nlnt-ty nlna cam In a hnn.
and, a permanent cur U effected, thouaaniU will r
Vty. Oa account of It proTea merit, It t to-day r
eomnHaWd and pnwrlbtd by the boat physician In
It U1 eure entirely the wont form of falllnf
ot the utcra, Lrocorrho, Irregular and painful
KutrnaUon,allOTaijlanTrouble, Inflammation sol
deration, flooding, all Irtsplacementa and the con
sequent iptnal weakness, and I eapeclally adapted to
the Chang of life. It viUdUaolve and expel tumor
tendency to camwrou humor there U checked very
peedlly by It uae,
la fact It ha proved to be the jreat.
et and beat remedy that ba ever been dletover
ed. It permeate every portion of the (yttem, and It
sew Ufeand vigor. It remove raliitneM.natulency, d.
(troy all era vlng for itlmulanU, and relieve wealmea
af tne atomacb
KeuraeUloetlng, nadach, Kervmu Proit ration,
Oeneral Debility, Hleeplevmet, Depn-esion and Indl
gMtloa. That feeling of bearing down, eaoalug pain,
walgbt and backache, I always permanently cured by
(U a- It will at all time, and unde rail ctrcunutan
eaa, act In harmony withtlie lew that governs th
For Kidney Oomplalnt of either net tbl compjea
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Is prepared at M and TO Western Avenue, Lynn, Mam.
price 11.00. Six bottle for Bent by mall In tli
form of pills, also tn the form of LoeDR-e, on receipt
Of price, tl.00, per hoi, for either. Mr. riNaHAM
freely annror all letter of hxpilry- Bend for pain
phlet. Addmw a above Mmtinn (Mi popcr.
No family ehoultl be without I.TDIA K. flNKflAM'
UVSH PILL8. They cire Constipation, EUlousnc
andTorptdlOr of tbeUver. B ot nt uer boi.
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A 'Possum 8tory.
A (i-toi'fjia coiTfispiin'U'.iit writes to
Foi'ait (tii'l Slrcuia: lwi Ujbb, our
bttrbor, six iVt in litiiglit, 175 pounds.
in passionately foud of buutiuar sly
Kvii:ul. To enjoy this fascinHtin
pastime Lewis will mount anything ia
tlie slmpu of horsull!sh.
Not ninny moons ago Lewis deter
mined to try tho clmo. After seeking
in vain to obtain a horso, be hired alit
tlo activo mulo from a colored brother.
Mounted, his long legs almost touchod
the fvround, as the mule cantered along
with him to tho morry greenwood.
Lewis was in high spirits. The moon,
at Iter full, shown ip resplendent glory.
His well-trained do;s at his heels bayed
joyously over tho prospect of a race af
ter tho cunning old fox. Tho little
mulo pricked up bis ears, cut a few
playful antics with tho long-eared
lioutids that now and then sniffed at
his heels, arid uiinbly hied away over
tho long, long wire gra-ss.
Soon thny nro upon the bunting
ground. Tho old veteran of the pack
takes a snill of the ground, and an
nounces by a deep-mouthed bay that
ho scents the prey. Join in his cry the
opening pack, and away they speed,
making tho welkin ring with music
sweeter to tho hunter's ear than that of
his mistress. Lewis, thanks to the ac
tivity of hia mulo, keeps well op. ex
pecting every moment to rouse sly Iky
nard from his hiding-placo. ;
A Imlf nilln in loft. h,.)iinil KnrtilonW
the do3 fiercely bay something in a I
log. Lewis rules up to nna a large op
possum seated in the forks of the fallen
tree, growling defiance at his foes. Fn
couraged by the presence of their mas
ter, the do-s sciza and dra the prey
to tho ground. Visions of "baked
'possum and tater'' floated through
L'hvLs' brain so vividly that he dis
mounted and rescued the 'possum from
tho hounds. Knowing the cunning
creature's art of feigning death he
determined to broak his neck ; so,
planting a foot on his neck and seizing
the tail, -he pulled with might ana
main. Satislied that tho brute was
doad, he tied him on behind, and pro
ceeded on bis hunt
. Ho had not gone far before his little:
mulo stoppod short, and soemed to ro-:
fleet for a moment. Then, as though,
stricken with "St .Yitus' " dance, he'
commenced capering wildly, madly,'
and vigorously over tho wire grass.,
"Whoa! whoa! mule! whoa!" yells.
Lewis; " Whoo-o-eh!" But ho didn't
whoa, but fans the air rapidly with his
hin'l legs and Lewis shoots out of the
saddle, over his head, to mother earth,
splitting tho wire grass with his head,
" as bouts are sometimes by a wauton
whale." Mulo sheds the saddle by
slipping through tho girth, runs a short
distance, stops, turns around, aud
Lewis rises, rubbing his "bruises,
catches tho mule, looks around for his
saddle, and lo! the oppossum is run
ning away with it. The causo of his
disaster was apparent Tired of his
peculiar confinement and rousing from
his feignod death, tho 'possum, in his
efl'orts to got away, commenced licic
ling the mulo's flanks with sharp cliiws,'
which performance resulted in ihe col
li sion between Lewis and our planet
Catching up with the varmint Lewis
turned him loose to wander at his will.
And never, hardly ever, will ho ever
boliovo a dead 'possum.
Measures Against Diarrhoja.
No vegetable or fruit ; no tea ; watpr
all boiled; boiled milk; water biscuits;
half a toaspoonful of dry arrowroot or
corn flour, eaten without any cooking
or other preparat ion twioo a d ay. Plain
blano mango mado with gelatino.
Two or thrco whites of egg beaten up
with a little water ami brandy.
Moiled whito-lloshod fish.
Uudordono roast mutton or mutton
chop without fat.
Komain as much as possible In a re.
Somi-starvation for a day or two,
nothing but injury being done by tak
ing the ordinary food, which canuot bo
digested but only distresses the bowols.
Ilico Water. An ounco of tho best
Barolina or Patna rice should be
washed in cold water; then soak it for
thrco hours in a quart of water kept at
a tepid hoat and afterwards feoll it
slowly for an hour.
J l m
Why He Mourned.
Tho lato CJooige Borrow wai a man
of powerful frame and was six feet two
in holght, without his shoos. Haviug
boon born at a time when pugilism was
in vogueit was ono of his father's ac
compliHhmonU--he was not slow to ex
orcise his physical capacities if the oc
casion l'cqulrod it Lamonting, when
ho was verging toward GO, that ho was
childless, he suld very mournfully; " I
shall soon not bo able to knock a man
down, and I shall have no son to do It
for me." .--w ?-
THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN:
A man on Cumberland Mountain,
Tuntiossoe, is shipping wild funis to tho
north und realizing a gotxl profit
Bogus silver dollars are in circula
tion In San Francisco. They are of a
darker color than tho genuine, aud
somewhat less in weight
A water monster is said to inhabit
the Mokelumne rivor above Jackson,
Cal. The CJdneso nre in mortal terror
over it, and say that tho croaturo has
killed one of their number.
"Great jiminy, Spragglos! What's
the matter with you? I've never seen
you looking so completely worn out"
"Why, the fact is, I don't fool exactly
right; to toll you tho rock-bottora truth,
I'm just back from tho seaside."
Arizona has a waterfall. It is a box
Canon, about fifteen miles from Flor
ence. The wall on one side of tho
canon is of solid rock, tierpendicular
to a height of 800 feet. 'Over tho top
of this wall pours a sheet of water at
least sixty feet wide.
Cologne cathedral having been fin
ished, the restoration of that of Aix-la-Cbapolle
hi proposed in preference to
Strasburg Minster. That at Aix, a
beautiful basilica, dates back to Char
lemagne, and is far richer than Cologne
in its archiclogy and associations.
Voung ladies at West Point who have
cadet fever supply their military idols
with cigarettes on the sly, which no
doubt the cadets, by reason of circum
stances, consume on the sly. A friend
in need is a friend indeed, especially
about the time smoking is in order.
A lady who lectured in Deadwood on
"Esthetic Culture" was astonished at
the immense crowd that turned out un
til she learned that the people supposed
that "iEsthetie Culture was some kind
of a new mixed drink.
The manager of the bull-fights at
Niracs, France, for the purpose of add.
ing a new sensation to the spectacle,
has engaged women instead of men to
act as matadors. It is to be hoped that
he will find it a profitless experiment.
Tho 40,000 wax candles in the 700
rooms of the imperial palace at Bmlin
are instantaneouly lighted by a single
match, the wicks being connected with
a thread of gun cotton which ignited
at ono end, springs to its work through
out the house.
The Jesuits continue to prosper in
England. It is stated that the Imperial
Hotel at Dover, a very large building,
which lias been unoccupied for several
years, has been purchased by tho or
der, and will shortly be converted into
a Jesuit college.
A real estate operation worth men
tioning was tho sale in New York of
40,000 acres of woodland, situate in
the mountains of Goorgia, to a party of
English capitalists, for $G0.000. the
buyers of the property are now in New
York for tho purpose of purchasing
$500,000 more of these lands.
A young geutleman, dressed up in
buttons for tne occasion, whose usual
avocation was brushing boots, being
told to announce the names of the var
ious guests as they arrived at Mrs. Tib
bie's party, called out in unusually
stentorian tone: "The man with the
It is suggested that tho open space
in f rant of 'I rinity church at Boston be
laid out as a public square and called
Garfield square. The citizens like the
idea, ami ono of them oilers to sub
scribe $500 toward placing on tho pro
posed square a statuo of tho president
Prof. George II. Cook, stato geolo
gist of New Jersey, has come to tho
conclusion that Capo May and Cumber
laud counties nro slowly, but surely,
settling into tho sea. From facts in
his possession, he estimates that tho
surface has sunk about eight feet dur
ing the last one hundred years.
The sale of 230,000 acres of land in
tho Santa Kosa district of Caohuila,
Mexico, has been made to David Mack
eller, of Australia, who a few months
ago, wilh a party of friends, went and
personally inspected the ground. Ho
intends making a sheep ranch of it.
lie will slock it with 100,000 of sheep.
This is one of the largest enterprises
of the kind that has ever been inaug
urated. Humboldt lake, which usually
spreads over several square miles, was
completely dried up last year, and
it was found that it has no subterra
nean outlet N iwitis larger than it
has been for six years. Its waves dash
nguinst tne embankment at Browu's
Station, ami boats pas from there to
The latest absconder and bigamist
reported at Providenco is Elwardii.
Perkins, a street car conductor, who
recently failed to pay his (Jcbts. stolo
money from his employers, ran off with
another woman and left his wife wilh
only $10. lie writes to "mv dear, dar
ling wife and children" that he bids
adieu to tho United States and goes to
South America to seek gold.
A man name! Thompson claims to
bo possessod of tho socrct of tho bur
ial, years ago, of a box of treasure on
Portsmouth square, S.m Francisoo, and
asks leave of the struct committee of
the supervisors to dig for it. Ho was
allowed to prospect with an auger, and
claims to have found tho spot. It is
agreed that he may dig for it if he will
share the treasure with the charitable
institutions of the city.
The experiment in teaching indus
trial and decorative art in tho Philadel
phia pub'do schools is reported to bo a
thoroughly successful one. Metal-work,
painting, wood-cai vin g, hammered drass
decorations, needle-work, etc., have
boon taught in connection with the
regular work of tho schools, and tho
pupils have shown interest porsovor
aneo and aptitude.
During tho past years no fewor than
thirty thousand articles of various
kinds, intrusted to English postoilleos,
escaped from the flimsy covers which
incloso thorn and consequently did not
roach their proper destinations. Mr.
Fawcett protosts strougly against tho
habit of transmitting animal und othor
perishable matter, suoh as fish, sausag
es, birds to bo stuffed, clottnd cream,
yoast, salads, jellies, livo kittens, and
doad rats, and repeats tho warning
that such forbidden articles will not bo
The young Chinese studonts who
have been recalled by tho homo Gov
ernment, and who made a halt in San
Franoisoo on the way, attracted much
attention in thai city by the fashionable
out of their clothes and their goueral
appoaranco of elegance and refluomoiiL
They especially provoked the admlra
tlon of their compatriots in tho Chinese
iuavteri Who evidently regarded lhew
os the aristocrats of lllPlY t
uom. I hey wore treatotl
Atllnrkun a , 1. ......... Al. .
tJ Tlfi11i.nMitnA tVa JfllKl.
w a-wxvuMiuo u i ua I) rr
Queen Victoria has recoi "i?1'1 - -
chalet with large veran(.uc0(,i 8" nTin
sitting-rooms, two for her1'00 or "K.H.
ior mo suite, UesiUes theVttUIV ttl"'
sleeping apartments. No .ivantagos of
on the floors, Indian matting, v present
tho Q'leen is very fond, a 1,ul
in their stead. A brid " s"al Kul"
tin own across tho rivor f- a" liquid void
Tho site of this now bt fn in 8lin,, cml
tradesman was empi.oyr 2D, 10:00 A. m
work. . ' 5.
Buttermilk, a beverage . ihich 415
coming quito fashionable m. bo 6
our largo cities, is not suflleiently . ,
Ercciatod in tho country, whore it can
0 had at its best. Its medicinal prop-
erties can scarcely bo overrated. It is ,.'
excellent for dvspepties, for nervous
people and for those who nro troubled'
with sleeplessness. Of course there
are manv neonlo who. not lik'um- it,
would perhaps bo unable to acquiro a
taste for it, but for those who like it
there is no Summer drink which is
Tho wifo of a municipal officer died
at Henderson, Ky., and her husband left
the last ofliees prior to interment to
two of her friends. After tho coflin lid
had been partly fastened, lie could not
resist taking ono more look. He dis
covered that the jewelry which he in
tended to be buried on her was gone.
That was two years ago. lie said noth
ing, but lately detected one of the
friendg wearing tho articles. He said
to her, "I give you throe days to leavo
town," and she wont.
Dr. Talmage's First Sermon.
"A good wifo," says the good book,
"is from the Lord." Dr. Talmage,
when a student at Itutger's, was, ac
cording to bis classmate, the Uov. John
McC. Holmes, D. 1)., of Albany, given
the text for a trial sermon. Dr. Holmes
is very successful in reproducing the
Talmagian "analysis" of that sermon.
(1.) "A good wife," that is, "one good
wife" at a time, is a good thing.
Moro than one. at a time, is sinful as
well as superfluous. Illustration: The
miseries of lirigham Young. (2.) She
must obviously be your own wifo. An
other man's wife is to bo avoided. Il
lustration: Any divorce suit going. (3).
"A good wife is from the Lord,"
"therefore a bad wife is from the dev
il." Moral: "L vo tho Lord and hate
tho "devil." Conclusion: "Depict the
diabolic traits of a bad wife, but do not
bear down too hard on tho devil, lest
he have a chance to afflict you with one
of his wives." Albany Argiia,
m - aw
The virluo of a man wight to be
measured not by his extraordinary ex
ertion, but by his every-day conduct
Ladies, you cannot make fair ekiu, rosy
cheeks and sparkling eyes with all the cob
metics of France, or benutifiers of the
world, while in poor health, and nothing
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A trial is certain proof. See another col
Don't Get the Chilla.
If you are subject to ague you must be
sure to keep your liver, bowels and kidneys
in gootl lree condition. When so, you will
be safe from all attacks. The remedy to
use is Kidney-Wart. It is the best preven
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take. See advertisement in another column.
A Prize of Beauty
would never have leen awarded to Venus
if her teeth had been yellow. Frail mortal,
unlike tho deities of fable, have perishable
teeth, but these they may retain unimpair
ed to an advanced age, if they will use
SOZODONT, which keeps tho teeth free
from impurities which destroy them and
renders them objects of admiration. It is
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in tho mouth, and sweetens the breath.
Ghat IIaiks auk HoNoiuni.K but their
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and promptly restoring the youthlul color.
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' It cures lystciM". Rheumatum, KeuralcU,
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Dowels, Lime, l.iver and Kidneys,
; Kcmemberl 'I'htj Tonic 1 tho PeM Family
.Medicine ever m;ide,ainl (.entirely diflcrent from
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L,nKo "tn TAERH, HES0EKH0ID8, Ete. Alto for
Lai no, .u Z cStyba, Cold, 8ore Throat, Cronp and Diphtheria, etc
, Tvir-Try them. 25 and 00 cent sizes of all our goods,
GKAU MKOAL AT THE ruiLADtXrfJlA g'"-e'"- I 88 CKTT8 A BOX.
BlLTtlit nuiAL AT TO A TABIH
For sale by 0. W. Henderson; Cairo, Illinois.
GET TIIE BEST I
LEAD ALL OTHERS!
Every Sty le& Price.
mprc7smont3 ani Convcnlonces founi In
Far Sale in Every City and Town
In tho United SUtea.
TJAlNTEK'.SMANUAL-IlotiHUHnd Plcn paint.
1 1 nur. rui 11 1 ni;, vitriilxlitni;, pollHlitnii, kiilKumliiK
Ac, Ml ct. Itucik of AIiliuUi't", rill. Hunk of Funry
Alpiisliiils. M. Slun, 1 urrlut'u. t'tir, Frosco, ami
Duconillvii ralnlliiK, W. Japs foiirniiiiHiiitiitii.il
i. StKiitlnrd Sinn Writer, i; Htunilarrt Hcrnll
llook, 11. hcmlls Hinl Ornnnii'ina ( I.ouiloliilin) 41.
of liunkHolliir or liy mml- JKtiSK HANKY &
(;U. ll'l Nussaetreot. N. V.
C I'KCIAL ASSKSSMKNT NTICB .--Sl'ECIAt,
a-7 W A Hit A NT NO. 1.
I'tllillc luillcti In hiTolty ulvtiii IhHl, tliu cntiuty
cmitt of A lt'xuinlcr - 111 rity Iiuh rt'titlt-ri'd Jiulymi'tit
lur s spitrini hksi' iiii'iu upon liropi'rty Di'tii llHi'd
livlliu Idllnwliii! Iin priivi'intnii, vU: Hid roin-n uc
lluii mill riToiihtriii 1 imi if h tilnw til k In hlockx Hum
bur 1, 'i. a. 4.5. H, , I I. Ill, 17, ST. v-'i.ai, .111, :w.
10. 41, 4'J, IM, 41. -lli, 117, l-i, '111, DO, M, W, D.I,
UK, Ml, 70, 75uitvnf I'niro.
niock , in, ifi, ir. ih. ai, us, an, an. ;ia, .ti, ni.
M.7N WI.KI, Iii llici Klr-4 mlillttoii In tho r.lty of
Cairo, anil lilirk I In thrsiTiimladilllloii lollm rlty
of Cairo, H will inuri' fully iippi'tir Irom llicccrtlllril
ropy nl ltio iiilnii'iit on lll! In Urn nllli-o of tho
city rlurk ot thu city of Cairo that a warrant lor llio
r.oflcrllonol Hiuh ncHiwmniil I" In llm liiiinl of
II111 iiniliTHlmii'il. All person Inlrnislml aru lieni
liy notlllt'il l i'bII anil pay I hn HiiioiiiilB'i',t
IhuriilliTlnr's olllni at tlm A l.ixandur County Hank
City Treasurer anil Kx-otlleio City Collector.
Datotl, till ar.lU ilny of AuhiikI, lwl .
(i.uH... I!.,..!, lut-i,iti, ftnitt miiitiii.. TrllHtnn
nUTlllHH imill,", , 1, n.t. ..... .. ,
anil Invustor uenerally am Invllcd to correspond
with us ri'HarilltiK Imnds limy uiuv dehlro to liny.
Sell or t'xchai bo. . .
Miiiilelpnl HoiiilH. Wiiirr won cnmpiiny
IiOHHN, Hint iIchIiuIiIo Itailroitil Necni'llleH al
VMiystm Imiitl. J. & l.KWH .V CO.. HiitikirH,
47 Ci'ilttr St, Now ork.
13knj. F. OiiA.v"rN, Stoky TJ. LaTid
JlA.llBltT K. TA1NK.
Lata Commissioner of Patent,
PAINE, GRAFTON & LA.DD,
Atlotmiys at-Law D(1 Rollcttor of Auorlcaa and
4U FIFTH STttEIST, WAsniNaTON.D.C.
Practice patent law In all 111 toranr.ho. In the
Palont Office, and tn tho Suprama anil Circuit
Courts of tho VuUihI States, famphlvt int freti
on iQCoipt 01 stamp tor posia.
till nUTm V1""- FL'wx,
- If 7m If
Article from Dura
voieUne such u
Pomade Vase lino.
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaaeline Camphor Ice,
Vaojline Toilet Soaps,
ar arier ta ssf slaOlar aaaa.
An agreeable form oft&k
ing Vueline iaternaDy.
EXTOSITIOII, COLGATE & CO.. Jt.Y.
OPENED JUNE FIRST.
It Is situated In Popo Connty, Illinois, tn a spur
of the Ozark Mountains, half way botwoen Vienna
Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
TCE IN ABUNDANCE. Tlia table is spread
A with all the dullcucies of the season. The
waters are mineral, appetising and health giving1,
and their beneficial efluct are folt Immediately.
v. it. Dituvvn, i roprictor.
l'ubllc notice Is hereby given that in pursuance
of an order and decree made aud entered by and la
the county court of Alexander connty, state or II
linol,at the Auiutterm thereof, lbiil, In a certain
caiiKe wherein the undersigned as administrator
of Jhoestate of William O'C'allahan, deceased, and
niiiiiiiiinirmur wun vne win annexed 01 Klcbard
O'Callahan, deceased, was petitioner and Thomas
O Callahan, Adallne Kennlston and Alfred Math
ews wore defendants, the undersigned will, on
W ednoday, tho Slat day of September, A. I)., 18H1,
at the hour oftwo o'clock p. m., at the front door
of the court house in Cairo, In said county, offer
forsalo to the highest bidder for cash In hand, lots
number four (4) in block number forty (4(1) In said
cityof Cairo, aud lot number soven (.) in block;
number nineteen (101, and lot number forty-two
(la) tn block nntnhur twenty (A)), both In the First
addition to said city of Cal ro
, PATRICK MOCKLKR,
Cairo, 111., AngUBt 8a. loHl. Administrator, etc.
MUTUAL All) H0C1ETY,
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Orpinlzeil July 1 1-th, 1M77, t'mler the Laws
(ho 5tnt of Illinois. Copyrighted July
1), 11177, 1'tuler Ai'tofCoiierciH,
P. (I. HCHl'II .Ptesldfcna
C. T. HUUI) Vice Pruiulcut
J. A. UI.n8TINK Treasurer
.1. J.UOKDON Medical Adviser
THOMAS I.RWIH BecreUr
JOHN C. WHITE Assistant Secretary
KXKUUTIVK COM M lTTliK,"
n. I.KIOHTON, t,. b. THOMAS,
J . C. WHITE, W. F. PITCHEH,
j. a. AictiAimi.
UOAIID OF MANAGERS:
William Htrotton. of Htratton A IUrd. vknlesalsi
grocers; Paul (1. Hchtih, wholesale and retail drug
gist; Hazen liUlghton, commission merchant; J as.
8. McHahey, lumber dealer; J. J. Gordon, phys
ician ; u . a. itoiiiKuuu, 01 uoiustino K itoseswater,
wIuiIcshIo and retail dry good, etc: Wm.F. Pitcn-
or, general agent; Uonry 11, BUI, city printer and
hook ninuer; vneaiey uayne, uooner; J no. u.
v 0110, assisiuni secretary ana solicitor: AlOert .
Lewi, dealer In Bonr and gralu; F. Ilro, presi
dent Aloxandor Connty Dank ; (. W. Hendricks,
contractor and builder; Cyrus ('loso, general
agent; 1 nomas i.ewts, secretary ana aitorner at
law; L. 8, Thorns, broom manufacturer; W. IT
Kussul, contraetor and builder; C. T, Rudd
agent C. Ht. L. AN. O. rallaoad;Moss rhllllps.rar
iieuter; U. A. Chiltnhley, contractor, Cairo, 111..
Hev. J. bpencor, clergyman. Hi Leuli, Mo,; J. II.
botliunc, clrrnlt clerk, Mississippi county, Chariot
ton, Mo. i J. H. Mooro , lawyer. Commerce, Mo.',
1). Hlngletsrv, phvslclan, Arlington, Ky.; J. W.
Tarry, physician, Pulton, Kv. ; Wm. Kyan, farmer
Murrv, Kv,;A. (Helnbach, manuiocturer of sad
dlerv, Eranavllle, lnd.Iks Anderson, socretary
tosuperlnUjndmitC. 8t. U AN. O. railroad, Jock,
son, Tonn.l J. 8. Robertson, phvslalan, Whito
yllle, Tenn.t Thomas A. Oborn, baroest maker.
Bolivar, Tenn . : Wm. L. Walker, "UllU Adra.
tlslng AtfenJ, "HolW Bprlngs, Mist.
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