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' CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 26. 1882.
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Summer Vood and Kindling
toinun'.ly on aana ,
At Scvef y-five cecU per loud.
Stavo T-r i "m mings
At oue dollar pT load, '
The 'tr1mmlnc"r c.raibavlnr; and msk
thebc.t "oir.mr' wood for cijoMhk purjwoBi well
M Hie chrWt ver nld in G'al.M, For biucll
talth'" n tncU;nf tlf.-i. Ihejr tro uncq'ialikd
l.cuvc vu.it Pnicittk thfl't'KBlh Ui'tt WIOC Ttfd
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE fe&s2 STATES.
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tin' .icw l)ri'KC: Ilt!ni" Onlril: W a'-arti . St.
I,nill nnrt 1'icirtc: Iiou .Vouni.in nnd Smibrro,
Mut) l" bikI uliio; Cnin itnd Nt. I.diii. lEaiiWAy.
ar i! Jiim aT the .trnct; whllo the SU-nmboai
l.jtHti'iii l I nt mw . ;!iiiri' Oirtrint.
This Hotel l r.cnt-'l by .tsm, h t-!nra
I.ntiudrv. Hvitriiiiilc lik-v.itor, K1 tr'c ' ill IU-IIk.
Antomiitlc Klri-Alrms. H:ithn. hKii!iitulr puro air,
iorlo'-t Kewcraifi1 nnd uimp'etn BViHilmnH'tit".
Hup.-rli fnruinljiPKi"; p'.-rrVcl Hervice; undtoun-
t. P. IAlllKKU .V; CO.,Ti"o(
CoinmcrcJ.vl Avenuo ainl Eiffhth Street,
F. ItUOSS. rwiilrnt. I P. NflKF. VtrePrcn'nt
1!. U'iiLLS, C.iolil.T. I T. J. Kurlli, Au't ritrh
F. Trof. .... ..('n'ro I WHItom Km am. .Cftlro
1'o'i rNelT ' Wllllnm Wolf.... '
CM ()iterloh....j., " I 0. o. 1'nttor "'
K. A. b.'ilur . " H. Wn11 '
J. Y. Clomron, Culcdniiia.
A OKNEtt.V?. BAN'KINO bUdlBSS DONE.
Rxchnneu nld nttd bimelit. Internet p'lld In
the HitvluvH Diipitrtmnnt. Collnct loua mailo and
all bualuetit pMrnplly attondod to.
JfKW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN Til K CITY.
GOODS SCLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EK So CO.,
Cnr, Mnctncnthntntl Pnii'A Til
JOmiflWCUlAVUliOUJ , . , viw -.
P M. WAHD,
WOOD, (ML and 1GB,
by Umj Ton or Car Lond, delivered In any part of the
. AVOOD OF ALT-KINDS.
IV ' or ltr4 at my. Wooil til Coal Ofllce.
gTOVES! STOVES!! r
ALL S0I1TS, SIZES AND STYLES
HanufttclLixT ol nod Dealer in
TIN, COITER & 8IIEET-IR0N WARE
ALL KINDS 0 JOU WOUK OONK TO ORUEU
0. 27 EIGIITH STREET,
Cairo. - Illinois
PR0PRIE1XR OF SrROAT'S PA.TENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE CY TUX CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
rr:KED FOR SKIPPING.
Car Loads u Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
MEN, WOMEN AND BOOKS.
F.IHTKD IS THE ISTKHKM OF THE CAIKO
Tj those who have kqiiircl io npsrJto
taking tickets in the lilrary, and the ilrnw
in of Look, it cm be nid that lilrary
tickets enn be procured, Jioretof r from
the librariitn. Tickets, joyd fors)X nioutlis,
are on'yono d illnr. There is no expecta
tion of any c!i.ni!,'e in tlie msnitgfiiu'nt of
the library for tin priS'.Dt, nnd no inter
ruptltn tu its privileges and bemfits.
Clancho Howard, tho author of "Ono
Summer" and "Aunt Syrcna," is now in
tstutt;Hrt, and hns under her chure Lau-rt-ncc
Barntt'a throu drtUgliters. Site has a
peruisnent home there, and Ins live or six
Americm i;ir!s livinj; wi'.li Iter.
Md'lle l'oia B 'idirur is pninting a series
of heads of animal w hich are to be &uc
cetsively rcprjduced by an Englit-h en
graver. Two of these, tho hcud of a splen
did old iiou and tint f a dtruro looking
donkey, nrc now ready.
"What's the Matter?'' by Celia U. Wliitt
liead, (Satchel Seriss, Smith & Con.N. Y.,
price 21 cents), is n bright, pungent little
work upon tho ever-burning question of
clothes and their relation to comfort and
health. BhoBsys: "I do not believe the
model dress has yet been devised, there
fore, I cannot say positively, 'Wear this or
that, but lean Buy, do not any w hero wear
tiyht drcsse. tight Bhoes or high heels.'"
She goes farther perhaps in tho idea of
dress reform than tho majority would caro
to, but pves cogent reasons for her fuith
in the good to be accomplished by ft trccr,
more untrammeled style of dressing.
Ono of tho most valuihlo articles in
Harper's Monthly for March, 1882, is a do
lightful paper on '-Tho Mendelssohn Fam
ily." Tho genius of this musical race
c:imo from their mother, who was a most
accomplished woman in mitny years; pray
ed, drew, studied Fren'-.h, Italian and En
glish: and finally added Greek. Her graces
and marked ability wero transmitted to
her daughter, Fanny, who was a brilliant
performer and fiuo composer in every ro
upect tho equal of her brother, Felix, who
unjustly receive 1 tho credit for her produc
tions up to within a year of her death, al
though bIio was tho author ot some of the
finest of his "Songs Without Words."
Two most excellent books .for boys, re
cently printed iu Harpnr's Young People
and issued in iandsome stylo ly Harper's
Brothers, jtro "Tho Moral Tiiates" and
"Who Was raul Grayson!"; tho Urst by W.
L. Alduu, and tho second by John Habber
ton. Tho mission of such Tooks and of
BUch papers ;as Harper's Young People,
Tho SI. Nicholas and of others of that
standard, cannot be too highly praised,
and unfortunately is not half comprehend
ed or appreciated. There- are some intel
ligent people In this city, who siy they can
not afford to talc) thoso publications for
their children ; that they cannot Monro tho
money for a yearly ticket in' the -library,
WhcW only good, standard literjiWro is
placed in the hands of their children. These
parents would be shocked and amszjd if
they knew that their boys and girls'engerly
icad in lieu of such wholsome, mental
food every low, trashy, dime novel and
illustrated paper they can lay hands on.
That the miserable, sentimental "blood
and thunder stories," in tho papers that al
most daily are scattered along our streets,
or are- prudently thrust into our house?,
like firo brands, or so much poison are
"Ee'asd upon with avidity ,by our school
children, and read and discussed on the
street corners, and the phy ground. Any
cne scattering alung tho public highway
poisoned sweetmeats or fruits, would rniso
a storm of indignation and honor, nnd be
summarily dealt" with. Shall thosa who
scatter the still more deadly seeds of morar
pestilence (since these- kill, not only tho
body, but tho soul as well) be allowed to
go untrammelled on their way? Tho
righteous war so succfssfully carried on by
noblo men against obscene publications,
should be supplemented by all who desire
purity in the home, and integrity and in
nocence of their littlu onea presorted to an
understanding age, by a determined re
sistance to the e vil, unfortunately not pro
nounced enough to be reached by the law.
The dime novel, or weekly newspaper in
the hanJs ot the children, the French
novel, corrupting' and debasing in the
hamLiof our girls, the sporting paper and
Tolice Gazette in the hands of our young
men, should be relentlessly waged war
upon, and wisely replaced by pure and
elevated literature ot which there is an
abundance, acd which no family can afford
to bo without. It is a plain and real con
test between too powers of evil one, and
tho powers of good no wiso parent can
shirk the issue.
Margaret Ihughery was recently buried
in New Orleans with honors such its ate
rarely bestowed upon any woman, almost
tha cnt:re city being in mourning. She
was- of humble origin, uneducated, and
had mver worn a silk dress ora kid glove;
but site was famous and beloved as a friend
of the poor children of Louisiana. Many
years ago she nursed a dy ing man, who
left her a little property for charity. She
bought with this money a cheap eating
houso and bakery on the river front, and
sold wholesome food to steamboat lalxT
crs at a little more than cost. "She gave
them a role and a cup of coffee for rive
cents, to keep tbem from spending a quar
ter for whiskey, and they took tho roll and
coiTco, and then spent twenty-five cents for
whinkev all tho same." The business pros
pered and sho might havo accumulated
wealth; but she e.-tablished and partially
maintained three orphan asylums with the
profits, and died rich only in reputation.
Concluded from Ycrtcrdaf.
St. Marys Infirmary, in full of bill for
maintaining paupers tho sum of fOO.03.
Southern Illinois Insane Asylum, expense
of patients for quarter ending Sept. 3, 1881,
O. Q. Ford, In full of bill for sorvicts at
poor farm tho sum of 5.00.
H. C. Brkhau8t)D, 1 quarters service as
county physician per contract, $j0.03.
OS ACCOUNT OP STATIONARY, FUEL ETC.
G. I). B irnard & Co, records and blanks,
Cairo City Coal Co. 12 ton of coal, f 30.00.
Culver, Page, Hogao & Co., Election
P. G, Schuh, merchandise for officers,
Cairo Bulletin, in full of bill, $31.90.
ON ACCOUNT OF COUNTY CODRT.
R. S. Yocum 1 quarters salary as county
ox account or sirr. or scnooi.s.
Mrs. P. A. Taylor, 10 days service $40.00.
ON ACCOUNT OF COL'STT CLERK.
S. J. Humm, on account tor services in
making collectors books $500 00.
Do, official foes, as pur report, $323.13.
Do, 14 days clerk of court ond board to
ON ACCOUNT OF DIETING TRlSONERS.
R. FitEgcruud, 3 months to Dec. 1, 1831.
ON ACCOUNT OR ELECTIONS.
Total amount allowed to judges, clerks
and messengers for mileage, attending the
last county election the sura of $238.90.
ON ACCOUNT Or CONTINGENT FUND.
F. Vincent, Limo and cement for jail,
C. O, Patior A Co., case of matches, $4.00.
Geo,' E. OTIars, paintbrush $1.00. '
A. II. Irvln, Sundry ofiico expense, $3.85.
' A. Lock, fees in Injunction caso of Alex
ander couuty vs, state auditor and county
dork In tho matter of board interest tax,
$250 00. " x
RobK Baird, repairs on court bouse roof,
$10.00, . r
C. W. Henderson, stove for shorilT's
office, tad othor article, $18.80, v
i; ".-. r ',,:V"''1 '' , V(, ' - -J''" ''
Rich'd Murphy, mason work, brick and
labor on court houso, 20.20.
Wm. IInfrel),5 mattresses tor jail, f 10.23.
P. Corcoran, burying paupers per order
of coroner, $23.00. .
N. Feith, 5 coffins, order of coroner,
Smith Bros., 1 doat brooms, $3.50.
8. J. Humm, freight, express chrgs,
stamps, Ac., fur 3 months, $14.00. .
J. S. McOalay,- lumber, $1.57.
F. M.Ward, ice for court house, $3.00.
J. T. Inni", rcpalrson jail cells, $7.75.
Scott Hazlewood, in full of bill for con
veying prisoners to jail, $11.80.
Jacob Klee, ice for 3 months, $20.57.
H. T. Gerould, repairs, tc., on gas fix
John Hodges, cash pail Bulletin for
publishing tax sale, $0.50.
G ts Company, gas bill in full to Decem
ber 1. '81, $41 23.
R. Fitzgerald, for tolding 6 inquests as
per reports,' $00.00.
And to the following named persons who
served as coroner' jurors, the sum of one
dollar each for each inquest: P. Sweeney,
Jas. McAnlifl", P. Co'.lu.s, Chas. Gayer, D.
J. Foley, Thos. Lloyd, J. Sheehan, J. A.
Towers, G. E. Olmsted "2," John F. Feith,
Ja3. Sullivan, N. Feith "2," F. Whitcsmp,
S. M. Orr, V. R. Lane, Ed JorseP, II. Wat
son, Adam Reese, Wra. Burton, J. G. Boies,
J. W. Epperson, P. Corcoran "2," W. H.
Nowotney, C. E. Hodges, Wm. Oliver, A.
O. Trover, G. W. Dunn. P. M-dianey, H.
Downing, T. McCabe, J. Summerwell, J.
W. Morehead, John Clancy, $30.00.
ON ACCOUNT OF R1AD3 AND B11IDOES.
John P. Smaliing, pirtpsy on acconnt of
contract work on tho Cairo and Jonesboro
Chas. Thrupp, 4 days surveying on new
county road, $32.00. .
Win. Thrupp, 4 diys assisting. 8.00.
Ed. Thrupp, 1 diy same, $1.33.
Jas Nowotney, 1 d iy same, 2 00.
M. Whitaker, graveling on the Cairo and
Jntiesboro road per contract, $00.09.
Wm. Hulcn, repairing abutment to
bridge and graveliog, $15.00.
M. Lynch, for 1C34 cubic yards of filling
at Lake Crctk as per contract at 11 cts.,
Moses Tesier, handle and bolts for plow,
C. R. Woodward, road scraper, $3.75.
Alf. Mitchell, graveling 33 rods of road
at 1.20, $12.00..
Wm. A. Daley, same 30 rods at 1.40,
T. F. Hargis, grading 421 yards of road
at 8c and bmidiog bridgo, $03-83.
M. Brown & Co., lumber for roaUs per
oder, 811. 34.
Motcalf Si Abshire, for 333;g' cubic yards
of riding at 15c, $30.03.
Do, filling on couuty road per contract,
J. P. Smalling, grading and ditching per
contract, $-14 80.
Mutcalf & Abshire, for filling 584 yards
of road near Beech Ridge at 15c, $87,00.
Geo. DuGeldcr, am't paid laborers and
services for cutting out new road and mov
ing fences between Cord way road and M.
T. Fitzgerald, use of teams, $27.00.
W. II. Ralls, balanco due on contract on
Wolf creek bridge, $10 30.
W. C. Allen, for cutting nut new road
from Hodges Park to tho A. C. Athcrton
bridge, across Cache, per contract, $30.00.
John Clark 4 days labor with team $3.00
Augustine & Whitaker, merchandise and
cash furnished to road hands per order,
$21.85. . .
Solmon HazlewofM) graveling on tho
Cairo and Joncsboro road, per contract
II. B. Willis, road supervisor, extra ser
vices $10 00.
Sam. Brftdshaw, same $13 00.
II. M. McKenuiu, same $0 00.
W. C. AHcu, same $14.00.
John Hardin, snmo $10.00. -French
Jones, biiuiq $13.00.
Wm. Brown, same $3 00.
C. M. Buster, same $4 50.
Wm. Powless, samo $0 00.
J. P. Smulliog, same $14 10,
A. Worthington, same $3 00.
Wra. Crawford, same $0 00.
S. Hazolwood, samo 0 43
John R. Wallace, samo $3.00.
Henry Bass, same $10.00.
Joseph Zollncr, samo $14.00.
- F, A. Short, snmo 31.00.
D. J. Alhernathy snmo $10 00.
Geo. D'Gulder, same $23.70.
ON ACCOUNT OF TF.R DIEM."
Thomas W.IIalliday, 4 days , commis
sioner $12.00. '
J. A. M. Gibbs, 3 jdays commissioner 80
Peter Saup, 4 days commissioner $13.00.
Total $ 85.00. '
Tho bill of tho Rouh and fceady fire
Co. amounting to $10 for uso ot building
for election purposes, was presented to the
board, but inasmuch as tho county ho never
heretofore, paid anything for the ute of
rooms for election purposes, anS In view
of tho furtlwr fact that the board exempts
til ijre company pioperty from txatioD, Uio
said billwss on motion rejected. .
There being do further business, tho
board on motion a.lj xjrocd sine die.
Sam'l. J. Hum si, Clerk.
Of Mai amounts allowed out of each fund
at this session of the board.
Amount out of pauper fund $ 735 83
Amount out of stationary fund 233 87
Amount out of county court tund 188 00
Amount out of superintendent of
schools tund 40 00
Amount out of county clerk fund 704 18
Amount out of dieting prisoners
fund " 618 40
Amount out of election fund 223 00
Amount out of contingent find 003 74
Amount out of road and briJgo
fuud 1210 59
Amount per diem fund 33 00
February 4, 1892.
The bond of John Hodges, as collector
of the revenuo for tne year 1831 in the sum
of onohuudre! a,nl twenty-five thousand
dollars with John Gates, Peter 8 uip, Louis
Herbert, Patrick Fitzgerald, William
Kluge, Herman Myers. John McNulty
Fredoliuo Broas and Peter NeH as securi
ties thereon, duly acknowledged, etc., was
this day approved by tho chairman of the
county board, county judge and county
clerk, entered in full upon tho records of
tho county board and forwarded to tho
state auditor as provided by law.
State of Illisojs, )
Alexander County, j
A regular session of tho board of county
commissioners of Alexander. county, began
and held at the court house, in the city of
Cairo, in 6aid county and state on Monday,
the 0th day of March, A. D., 1882. '
Present Thos W. Jlallidoy, chairman;
J. A. M. Gibbs, commissioner; Peter Saup,
commissioner; Sam'l J. Humm, Clerk.
The petition r..id bonds of M. J. Shec
han, B. F. Curtis, B. F. Wilbourn, and
Alex. A. Ireland, for permission to keep
and maintain dram nhups in their several
precincts of the county were presented to
the board, and it appearing that tho laws
iu relation thereto havo nil been complied
with, said petitions and bonds were, on
motion approved, and tho several, licenses
Tho report of G. R. Ilerrick, Miles Colo
man and Lalnyette Whitaker, vie went, ap
pointed at the last ession of the board to
view the routo for a new road, cr mmencing
at Mary street in the Town of Elco, to tho
right of way of the Cairo and St. Louis
railroad recommending that the same be
built, is before the board.'
And also comes Miles Ilnrtline through
whose land tho proposed new road will
run, and&uumits to the board a remons
trance against tho samo ami inasmuch as
tho board finds from an examination of said
petition for the road, and tho remonstrated
agaiust, that only thirty-six persons have
signed tho petition, whilo ninctv-seven
havo signed the rciivmstranco, tho county
board is of tho opinion that the road asked
for is not of sufficient public importance to
justify any payment of expendituro for
opening the same. Tho board therefore re
fused to order the said road opened.
The report of R. Fitzgerald, coroner, of
an inquest held on tho body of Andrew
Fry, February Cih, 1883 was received and
By order of tho county board the county
clerk is hereby iustructed to make out a
statement of tho appropriation of the
revenuo of the county for tho year 1881 to
tho several funds, and to further ascer
tain tho amount of county warrants and
jury certificates drawn against each of said
tunds for said year in order to ascertain
the balances, if any, remaining in either of
said funds. And for all claims allowed at
this session of the boarf, Including per
diem and mileage of members and clerk,
tho clerk is hereby authorized to draw
warrants against and iu anticipation of the
collection of tho taxes for tho year 1881,
to tho amount of tho balance so found in
each fund, and no lurther, which said war
rants are payable out of tho funds spe
cially appropriated au l set apart as follows,
ON ACCJUNT OF PAUPERS.
Southern Insane Adum, oxpenso of pa
tients for (matter ending December 31,
1881 $30.73. .
B. F. Brown, merchandise for paupers
and ono quarter as overseer of tho poor
J. P. fmalling, in full of hill for taking
care of, mid iuruWhing cuffiu for E. J.
J. A. M. Gibbs, in place of II. C. Bark
hauser absent medical attendance at
poor farm for one quarter $10.00.
Uriah McCollum, maintaining paupers
nt poor fsrm, qua'rtur ending Febiuary 28,
Uriah MeColluiu, maintaining paupers at
pcor farm ballnncu due on Inst quarter
Levi Ciutts, maintaining Anna Clutts
and daughter for forty eight day 811.80,
ON ACCOUNT OF STATIONERY, ETC.
Culver, Pago, 'Hoy no i& Co., bwk and
blanks $31.07,, .-
twenty tot o
Cairo Bulletin Co.
ia full ("f bill
Total $151.87. A
ON ACT OF CONTINGENCIES.
A. II. lrvio, Sundry office typensorf
$4.20. - .mi
Gas Company, gas for three months to
March 1st, less discount $41. $5.. '
F. M. Brown, conveying prisoner to'
S. J. Humm, three months 'office ex
C W. Wheeler one load of kindling
Wm. Harrell. one ruatrcss 3.25.
Telephone Company, ono year roflt of
telephone $45.60. "
Daily Argus, road notice and ..oight pa
pers $3.20; .
Jno. McNulty, plow point, 40 cents.
B. F. Blake, glaring, painting roof of
court house, etc, $24.20.
F. M. Warren, repairing, spouting and
fnrmn!iinr o.nin rfr Sini.V
j Goldstine & Rosenwatcr, two quilts for
J. Burger, cloth to corcr table la clorkV
office 3.08. - ' v
C. O. Patier & Co., two locks 73 cents.
C. W. Henderson, three shovels 05 cents;
II. T. Gerould, drop light for clerks of
R. Fitzgerald, holding inquest per re
port $11. CO.
And to tho following persons who served
as juyrs, the Bum of $1.00 each, Ezra
tt: t ..i. t t a t . - n:n! u .
McOee, S. E. Walker, Pinky Williams
ON ACCOUNT OF CIRCTIT CLERE.
Alexander II. Irvin. criminal fees pay
able by county as heretofore fixed $200.
ON ACCOUNT OF COUNTY CLERK.
S. J. Humui, bslaucc due on collectors
boooks $310 87
Do, 3 months official fees '' 85 25
Do, 35 days clerk of court' board to
ON ACCOUNT OF COCNTT COURT
R. S. Y'ocum, 1 quarters salary county
judge $10 00
Guy Morso 13 daysbailiff Nov term 27 00
R. Fitgcrald, 9 days same
C. E. Hodges, 18 days same
Trabc Arter, 0 days same
A. Rawling, 13 days janitor
ON ACCCOUNT OP CI IICUIT COURT
T. F. Hargis, 10 days bailiff
G uy Morse, 34 days samo
. Jas. Sheehnn, 7 days same
C. E. Hodges, 37 dsye same
II. Dowing, 7 days same
Trabo Arter, 13 days same
John Sides, 8 days same
W. II. Schutter, 7 days samo
R. Fitzgerald, 31days same
E. T. Metealf, 7 days samo
G. Greet villi, 1 day samo
A Bawling 37 dsys janitor
Guy Morse, 7 days bailiff Feb. term 10 50
C. E Hodgi s. 7 days same 10 50
T. F. Hargis, 3 days same 7 50
Trabo Arter, 5 days samo 7 60
r XT cl, ...ln. A Am An
IT t AXi w"V. 4 1 Ullwl, UllfB Dfliuu V VV
A.J. Hutton 3 days'8-imo 4 60
A Hiwliuge, 7 days janitor 7 00
IT..I..1 0l Art
ON ACCOUNT OF TEH DIEM.
nt yr ff-li'l . 1 .
iiiomaa w. naiiway i uuy commit
sioncr $3 00 '
J. A.M. Gibbs 1 day commissioner 20'
miles 3 CO '
Peter Saup, 1 dsy commissioner 3 00 '
Total, $11 00 '
There being no further business 'on hand
tho board on motion adjournod UNtil Mou"
day, the 3J day of April next.
8a m'l. J. Humm, Clerk.'
of amounts allowed out of .each fund at
this session of tho board.
Amount out ot paupers fund $373 11
Amount out of stationary Ac. fund 151 97
Amount out of contingent fund 174 33
Amount out of circuit clerk fund 200 00 ,
Amount out of couuty clerk fund 400 13 -
A niinnr mi nf smiintu rmiirt -fund Q?t Kfi
Amouut out of circuit court fund 871 00 .
Amount out of pur diem tund ' 11,00.
Bam'l. J.ncMtf, Clerk.
Siiiloh's ViTALitan is what you need for
Constipation, Lost of Appetite, Dizziness
and all symptom of Dypepsis. Price 10
and 73 cents per u bottle. Paul G, 8e,buh,
Agent. , " j i ; 1
A la roe proportion of cbildren'whe die
early are those whose brain development it
unusually large in comparison '"with
the body. Why I this Simplyy bectusp
tho functions of the 'body are too frail to
supply the waste going on in tho brain con
sequent upon activo intelligence. Follow'
Compound Syrup of Hypophnsphite is so
prepared that it lrc parts the vital principle
directly to tho brain, while it assists la de
veloping a vigorous snd robust body.
Suilou'b Couou and Consuinptloa Cure
!a sold by. us on a guarantee. It euro cen
sumption. PaulG. Sebu'i.Ageot ,
Cairo City Coal Co.,