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The loading HclontlHta ol lo.oay auroo that moat
uieoaaes are caused by disordered Kidneys or LI v.
er. If, therefore, the Kidneys and Liver aru knpl id
uuruxi ornur, puriuci nuann win ne me result.
This truth has ouly bueu known a ihort luiie and
for years people e'lfferod (treat agony without be
ing ahlo to And rullut, The discovery of Warner's
Halo Uldney aud Liver Cnre marks a uow ira iu
the treatment of those troubles. Made from a
simple truplcftl leaf ol rare value, It contain! Just
the ulemouta necessary to nourish and invigorate
ouiu 01 inese ureal organs, ana saieiy restore aim
keen them In order. It la a POHITI VK KHMKDY
for all the diseases that cause paiua In the lower
5 art of the body lor TorpH I.lver Iluadathea
aundloa I)l,lness Uravel Fever. A gue Mala
jlal Fever, and all difficulties of the Kldiioyri, Liver
ana uriuary urbane.
It la an excellent andaafe remedy for fonialoadur
Ingl'ruguancy. It will control Menstruation and
la Invaluable for Lo corruu-e or falling of the
Aa a Blood Porlfler It la unequaled, for It cure
me organs inai uiaau me moen,.
"It saved my llfe."-K. U. Lakely, Solma, Ala.
"It li the remedy that will cure tho many ilia
eases Peculiar to women. " Motlior'e Magaistno.
"Il has passed severe testa and won endorse-
meuta from some of the highest medical talunt In
the country." New York World.
"No reinoily heretofore discovered can be held
lor one moment in comparison with It " Rev. t!
A. Harvey, I) D., Washington, 1), 0.
Till Remedy, which hnidnne such wonders, la
put up In the LARUKHT 8IZKI) UOTTLKH of any
medicine upon the market, and ia sold by druggists
and all dealer! at 11.25 per bottle. Kor Diabetes,
enquire for WAKNRK'H HAKE DIAIIUTKH CUHK
It la a POHITI VE Remedy.
11. II. WARNER A CO.. Rochester, N, Y
m. LYOIA E. PINKHAM!
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Tho Positive Cnre
For all Female Complaints.
This preparation, aa Its nam stR-nirles, eonaiita of
VofaUble Properties U lat are barnilon to the moat del
icate In rail d. Upon one trial the merit! of thl Com
Bound will be recognised, aarellsf la Immediate i and
when Its use Is oontlnued, In ninety nlns eases In a hua.
drsdtapsraiaaeQtoanUelIected,uthauaan(la will tes
tify. On account of Its proven merits, It is to-day re
commended and prescribed by the best physicians In
It will curs entirely the worst form of falllnf
of tbs uterus, Lsooorrhom, Irregular and painful
Menstruation, all Ovarian Troubles, Inflammation and
Ulceration, Flooding, all Displacements and the con
sequent spinal weakness, and la especially adapted to
the Chang of Life. It will dlasolvs and expel tumors
tendency to cancerous humora there Is checked very
speedily by Ita use.
In fact it has proved to be the great
est and best remedy that baa ever been discover
ed. It permeates every portion of the system, and (Ives
new Ufesnd rigor. It removes falntneaa.natulency, de
stroy! allcnvlng for stimulants, and relieves weakness
Secures Bloating, Headaches, Natrons Prostration,
Oenaral Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indl
festlon. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain,
weight and backache, is always permanently cured by
Us uas. It will at all turns, and under all clrcurastan
oss, art in harmony with the law that govern! the
For Kidney Oomplalnta of either era this compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Is prepared at 139 and Mo Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass,
Prlostl.OO. 81i bottles for 16,00. Sent by mail In the
form of pills, also In the form of Lnsenges, ou receipt
of price, 11.00, per bos, for either. Mrs. PIKiIHAbI
freely aniwors all letters of Inquiry. Rend for pam
phlet Address as above Jfmltoa Oil paper.
No family should be without LTDIA B. PINXHAH'
UV3R PILLS. They cure Constipation, Biliousness
and Torpidity of the Liver, ia osnts oar box,
FOR BALE BY DUUGOISTS.
RICHARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
rholesate aitouli for LTDIA E. PINKHAM'S
eietahle Compound. . ,v
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADI WAMK. The Oroat KnH-
lisn rumeny, aii
unlading cure for
potency and all
aa a auquonco
of self Hltuao; sm
pw-ii ns loss of memory, -yjvhs'
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leslsfl to send froe bv mail to everyone. (fTTae
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v mail on nicmptmmc mouv, ,.v .um -,,..
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B. A. Burnett Cairo Illinois"
A Chase for a Bear.
(Jeorpe Coe, foreman of Uio Apple
tioo & Fishor lea.se, was coming down
the rugged hill abovo Knox City, one
cveniiijr recently, when ho saw some
thing in the thicket that closely ro
siunblod a dog. Ho looked more care
fully and found it to be a largo black
Itnar. That was the last timo he looked.
Without a moment's hesitation he
started down the hill with the lleol ness
of the wind. He arrived in Knox white
with fright and almost breathloNS with
fatigue. After recovering liiniHelf
somewhat he told 11. T. Morlan and
JoHeph Banniitor of the terrible dis
covery made by him. Those gentlemen
each procured a trusty shot-gun which
tlioy loaded with five drachms of pow
der and twelve buckshot. Throe fero
cious dogs wore also secured, and tho
hunting party went forth to do and
dare. Arriving at the point where
bold bruin had been soon by Coe, tho
dogs caught the scent and in a very
short lime came upon the bear. A
fierce light followed between tho dogs
and boar, during which active ongHgo
ment bruin sustained but little in try,
while one of the do had a piece of
flesh torn from his hip and the bide on
both flanks lacerated in a hideous man
ner by blows from the shaggy bruto.
Bannister got within forty feet of tho
bear, and, taking careful aim, fired
Tho bearuttorod agroau of pain, and
flod at a livoly gait down the rugged
rnouutain aide, through tho ravine aud
up the other mountain side, which U
thickly covorod with underbrush. Tho
mon and dogs slatted in pumu't, but
were unable to make anyth.ug liko the
speed attained by the bear. They
could easily track the animal by drops
of blood which stained the brush as lie
passed along. They contiuuod tho
search until darkness overtook them,
and they were compelled to abandon
tho trail. Early the following morning
tlioy resumed the hunt. The place
where the bear had lain during a part
of tho night was discovered. The
loaves and ground wore covered with
bruin's blood, but the boar could not
be found. While the dogs were engag
ing tho auimal the preceding evening
the men had full view of bruin. He
was a monstrous big black bear, weigh
ing, perhaps, 400 or more pounds.
Uruilford (Pa.) Era.
Tho first piano lakon to that part of
Randolph county, this State, surround
ing Ravendon Springs, creatoit a pro
found sensation. Old men would come
to the hotel and gravely shake tho if
gray heads at the musical interlonor,
which, in varnish and audacity, hau set
itself up against the fiddle, and whoso
hoarse chorus could drown the banjo's
Several days ago, while a party of
guests were in the parlor of tne hotel,
singing and playing, the door opened
and ten mon.unsuspendered and tanned,
tiled into the room and ranged along
the wall. A young lady, whose ringers
foil in graceful showers on the keys,
was rattling off the "Carnival of Ven
ice." Tho sun-browned stalwarts were
deeply impressed, and for a time noth
ing was said. But it is not natural for
human boingo to view a wonder wilh
out some attempt at expression.
"What do you think of her?" asked,
one of the party of his neighbor.
"The pearlest thing I ever seon on
I'd rathor have it than a mule,"said
Bono one olso.
I reckon you would," rejoined the
fir speaker, "for they toll me that sto
co mor'n a farm."
Just listen at her cluck like a new
lere the managor of the hotel en-
, nd,,r,e(lue8'1 the Rueits. who
evdontly did not have on weddinc car
rnsjts, to retire. . They refused! but
niUly consented, the leador remarking
ashis forces withdrew: "I'll go, but 1
wnt you to understand that 1 am not
afored, and I don't want to be made
fn of, either." -Arkansas State Ga.
I -- . ,
i A Herder of Sheep
'h the Southwest calls his sheep when
h wants them by blowing through a
cooh shell, lit pasturage covers four
hindred acres. When he blows his
cttch tho sheop all lift their heads at
tfc first toot and come on the full run
see what Is wanted. They expect
aid always receive a handful' of corn
ol salt, and this expedient saves the
orders a good many long tramps.
't Is reported that Jar Gould's son is
abut to organize a racing stable. If
tls Is lo, the public wilF eventually
ckoover the exact size of the elder Mr.
DAILY OAIKO J.ULLET1N; WEDNESDAY MOUNiNG, AUGUST 31
"Soyore Editing." ,
Pm-lmps no ploiuuro In life euuaU that
wiilcli w full liy tho apprcuticu when
lils years of sorvloo hang at an end,
and lie booouios a freo man, working
on his own account. Hitherto ho lias
had to curry out tho Ideas of others, or
at least to submit his owu to the critical
judgment of his master; and that crit
al judgment was suro to co airaiiiMt
mo tilings which most tiullgliled him-
self, which scorned to liiin tho best of
all, and of which he was proud as In
tellectual feathers in his as yet tin
plumed cap. How much wo have all
suffered in our days of apprenticeship
when we Imvo been "severely edited
and mercilessly pruned and wooded.
That grand array of adjoctivos that
snnoi b army of metaphors that bat
talion of illiiHtraticns all rnlliloHsly
cut out; whereby to our excited fancy
tho huh) thing lost its color, its point,
its strength, and was rodtiood U tho
moro ghost of itself a shadowy spoo
tre not worth tho trouble of housing.
And what exquisite Joy it vas, in tho
boiiho of freedom, when wo oitmo out
of that timo of rcpniNsion and control,
and run froo on our own Holds! Look
ing back now, wo can soo how much
good the "severe oditing" of tho mut
ter did us. It was not pleasant whilo
it lasted, but it was eminently useful,
and saved us from folly thou whilo giv
ing us a lesson of good service oven
now. Still, tho delight of running frco
in our lirst book, say after tho appren
ticeship of newspaper writing, was
vory groat and very vivid; and wo ro
numi bor to tho end of our lives what
wo full then.
The corrospondont of ono of the
London papers rolatos the following
"This is a vory fine country, aftor all
IV, and it's a great pity that political
disorganization should intororo witli
its prosperty," said a cosmopolitan
friend of mine to tho driver of a car
which was jolting him ovor a rough but
picturesque romi in the west of Ireland.
"Ah, you may say that!" was the
reply; "but tho "English have taken tho
livin' out of us this twenty year, as long
as I can remimbor."
"The Land Loaguers mean to soltlo
the business this lime, I suniiosoP"
"Begorrah, and they do!'' said Pat,
whipping up his steed; "ihore are two
hundred thousand of thim roudy lo do
it this very minute, all oruiod to tho
"Is that so?"
"It Is so; and they could wipe tho
entire British army off tho face of tho
earth, not a doubt of it."
"And why don't they do UP"
"Don't you see why, sorrP"
Pat cracks his whin and turns around
to wink at my friend.
"1 lie re at raid of tho polico; that's
Dark Clothes and Disease.
It may not, perhaps, be known that a
man wearing dark clothes is more lia
ble to infpetion from contagious dis
ease than ho who wears ligliUcolorod
garments, because particles which ema
nate from diseased or decaying bodies
are much moro readily absorhed by
riant than by light fabrics. J his is
easy of proof. Kxfcose a lipht and dark
coal to (be iumos of tobacco loi iivh
minutes, and it will be found that tho
dark ono smells stronger than tho ot her
of tobacco smoke, ami It will retain tho
odor longer. London Truth.
Til K oni. v ulisoluto specific wo know of
for sneezing, snullling ami choking calanh
or head colds is Hauford's Radical Cure,
which lor the small sum of (1 affords in
stant relief and invariably cures. Medical
HuNMiKus of men, women and children
rescued from beds of pain, sickness and
almost death and made strong and hearty
by Parker's Ginger Tonic are the best evi
dences in tho world of its sterling worth.
You can find these in every community.
Post. Bee advertisement.
From the steady, (inn and regular beat,
of the heart, replacing Interrupted and fee
ble action of that organ, demonstrated in
a variety of caseB, Fellow's Compound
Syrup of Hvpophosphites is known to exert
a powerful tonic effect on tho muscles of
the liooi t.
Allon's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for f.7. All
druggists. Bend for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, U15 First Ave., N. V. Bold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at eight and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with tho excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Byrup. It will
relievo tho pmir little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used It, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the IkiwcIs,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating liko magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, nnd
pleasant to tho taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of ono of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in tho United States.
Bold everywhere, cents a bottle.
Mr. George K. OTIara, the livo druggint
of the town, is always up to tho times and
ready to meet tho demands of his many
customers. He has just received a supply
of that wonderful remedy that is astonish
ing the world by its marvelous cures. Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption,
coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, hay
ever, phthisic, croup, whooping cough, tick
ling in the throat, loss of voice, hoarseness
w any affection of the throat and lungs.
I uls remedy positively cures, as thousands
tan testify. If y,mdonot believe it call
at uu drug store and get a trial bottlu free
u, a ora r8lw sir bottlo for ono dol
ii yU TftU, y01"" Hie, give it a trial
- . jww Tamil
and bo convinced,
cured of the most stublwrn cues of fomalo
weakness by the use of Lydia E ; PbkSl?
Vegetable Compound. , ifiai f fi f hi!
E. Pinkham, 233 Western Avonve LVni
Mass., for pamphlets. e' LUt
A Liberal Oflcr,
uagtier v m. Michigan Ave. A Jackson
Bt.Clucsgo, offer to send Klectrin Belts,
iMuiun, uiu., i..r nie euro o Nervous Debili
ty and other uiseases, free, for examination
and trial belore purchasing. These Klec
trio Devices are the invention of Dr. D. A.
Joy, of thu University of Michigan, am) are
claimed to be the only Klcctrlu Devices or
AppliHiir.es for the euro of diseases that
have vet been constructed upon scientific
principles. Hee their advertisement in this
My patent adjustable HARROW is be
lieved to lc the best, as well as the cheap
est harrow thai has ever been offered to the
fanner. I sell a first class standard two
horso harrow that will easily hat row I'D
acres in a day, for ten dollars, all complete.
They can be ordered by letter and shipped
according to directions warranted to irivn
satisfaction, dr. if b farmer wphIu'j lit
mako it at hoimi ami save frcidir. ami im.i
is just the si.iiand weight he wants, I will
icii uie pian Willi instructions iwui right
to make one, and send it by mail lor one
miliar. Jl village, mechanics wish to make
it to supply their customers, I will give
ineiii very lavoraiile terms, am t hev will
nave in aililition the advantage gained by
saving freight. It is very simple and easy
in muni!, neim ior circular ami price
His, S. Hutchinson, (Iriggsville, Pike Co.,
Mrs. J. (J. iinlmrlson. rillsliiirir. IS
wassiinvrlnu Innn KitiH'ral ilelillllv.
liiitiln. riiiistiiallnn,iil'., snlliHt life wa a Ininlim;
alluriiHliiK lliinlm k llliuiil Hitlers I fell belter tlian
for yrarn. I can nut priilae y ,nr hlllcrs too milch."
R. fi I 111 ik. ,,f lliiffnlci. N Y.urlli'a: "Vnnr llnr
ilix k llloiid Milters, in rhrimlc illneasi'S nl' llm blmiil
llviirunil kldiiiijs. havu Imuii sunnily ninrkeil with
siicesss 1 hnve used them liivsnll with Mm heal.
r (mill Is fur I'iriililitv nf Die liver, anil In ilm f'SMIt 111
a friend ol iiihie siillerini! I'riiiii ilnipsy, the rdeel
was iiiarveliiiia "
Ilriidi Turner. Iloehesler. N. V.. rll,.- "l
lisve lipen nilijccl toscrldin illKiinlcr nl I he kill
in vs and imalilii In slli'iid to IiiikIiiiihk; lliinlm k
lllond llii turn relieved me l,f,,rc half a hull In wna
scil I feel col, llriciit UikI they will enlircly i urn
. Ani'iiilh Hull, ninehiiinl, in, N . Y. writes: "I
sulleieil with a dull pain thruiili my lefl limn ami
milliner l.nsl uivsiilriu. iinni'llte mill r,il,,r. ami
ruiilil with dilllriiliy knep nil all ilny, l ook yuur
liiiriliick llhiiiil miters aa iliiei teil ami liuve fi ll no
ihiu since nisi, wm'k alter iisiiik tliein.
Wr. Niiah Hales. Klmlra.N. V.. writes. "Almnl
lour years huh I hail au ailsrk nl lillotia fever, ami
never fully recovered. Mv rilgeatlvn oriiHiia went
wi nkrncil, and I would lis coiiiplclnl v iro"ti'ated
fordnvs After iisIuk twn Iiii'IIhk of your llilrdiirk
lllond Hitters tho liiiprnveini nt was S'l vlnlhlit tlml
I was asloiilslieil Iran now, IhiniKh sixty nun
vonrs nf iige, do n fair anil reasounlilii dav'a work."
0. Illarket Itoliinson, proprlelor of the Canada
I'ri'Shvlerlaii, Toronto, Onl., writes: "Forvtmral
sullen d gri'allv Iroui oft rer.urrlnu liendai lies. I
used volir llurdoek lllooil lllllers Willi liapnlest re
suits, and I now Hud aiyaeir lo heller health thiiii
Inr venrs past.
Ml- WM.IMUM , h(.l , 1. ,(,.,1 M. (If I
llsrd llurdoek IIIihiiI lllllers for HiirvV.li nu tMK
Im siIhi lira, anil chip reeoniinend tliein for anynno
requliniK a ruru for liilloiisnesc."
Mrs. Ira Mulhollsnd, Alhanv. N. Y , writes: Kor
several vears I linva miffered from lift ronirrliiu nil
Ions licadar.hes, dvcpepsla and coinplnlnla pe
culiar to mv set. Nliieu iislnii vour llurdoek
lllooil lllllers I am entirely rulluvod.
Pan s, 91 I'Kii hotti.c hampi.i sins til ITS.
FOSTER, MILBURN A CO,, l'rop'iH,
RUFKALO, N. V.
KursaUibyl'Afl.O. HCIIUII, 1
TO YOUNG MKN AND OTHERS.
We send nn trial for thirty days our Klnctro-Vol
talc Helta, Hands and HiiHpensorles, to young men
and others stifleriuu from weaknesses, nervous do
hillly, lost vitality, lost manhood, and many oilier
diseases. We suaranten siioedy cures and coin
plele restoration of manhood. Address without
delay, VOLTAIC IIKI.T t'O. Marshall Mich.,
O PKCIAI. AHHKHHMKNT NOTICK. 81'KCIAI,
S7 WAKItADT Nil. I.
I'll Idle iiotico Is hcrehy irlven that the ronnlv
court of Alexander cmnty has rendered jiidk'iueut
ior a special aasesiMiiein upon propeny liennnited
bv the follnwiliii linnrovement. vie: I lie coiihimic
lion and ruronstriii.llnn of sidewalks In hlocksiiiiin-
hnr I, '4. 8, 1, 6. H, 111, I I, 111, 17, IK. 'l, ill, :l, W
III, 41, 18, 1.1,41, 111, ill, , 111,60, M, W, M,
nn, im, yo, yd envoi uniro.
Itl.trlia K 1 IK 17 Itf Ul. j.l 4.. IJl'. (HI (til V .Jl
,.....n ., ,, v.,
M,75, R'i.M, In theKlrsI addition to the city or
Cairo, snd hloek I In Hie second sdilltlon to llm city
ui i niro, aa wm inoreiuiiy apiienr irom llincerllll
copy ol tho Judgment on lllu In tlm nfllce of 1U
city clerk of the city of Oiro that a warrant for the
collection of such asaessmuiita la In the hands of
tilt) unilcralniied. All persons interested nre here
liy notllled Ih call and pay the amounts assessed, at
i nc conecmr s omce at uie Alexander tounly Hank
wiiiiid ininy iinys 01 uiu nn,i urrsoi.
City Treasurer and Kx-nhVIn City Collector.
I'aicii, tins cti ii any or August, ihhi
1'iihllc notice Is hereby (riven that In pursuance
nf an order and decree mailo and entered in and liy
tho county ronrt of Alwtander county, statu of Illi
nois, nl I ho. I one term there,, r, A. I)., IHHI, In a cur
tain r.aiiau whemtu Jarnh Wui;le as adinliiislmini
of Iho estate nf William M. Atlmrton. deceased.
was piniiiiiu, ami uuua a lucrum, rranr.ls 11, Ather
Ion, Thomas ,1. Crate, Maria J. Kliruln. Krnncia M.
Alhertnu. Iteheci'a J. Atlierton, llvr.ekiah M. Alle
rrton, l.iilu .1. A I her l,,n, William J. Alhnrton,
Thomas I). Atherlon, Kllaahelh Wicker. Klllah M.
I'liolur, Kllen Youn, Hmllh Youn, H'raiiels
TouiiK,.laniesi. vtnu, Kmma (Jrali;, Allen Crate,
Mary Crate. Rlmiula Klnch, .fohn Oudwlii
Joseph Godwin and Thomas .1. (,'rslR, vuiirdlnn nf
l.ulu il. and William a . Athortoii.were defendants,
I. tlieiinderstened, assnch sdniitilstrator aforesaid,
will proceed tn Bull the aoiith east nuarliir nf tho
south wat iiiarler or section number twenty sit
(31) snd the west half of the north east quarter nnd
llieessl half of the nortb west quarter of section
number thirty tlvnCIM, all In township number
Iftecti W) aoi'lti ranire nueihcr ten(J), west ol the
the third principal meridian, In Aletander
cniinlr, stain nf Illinois, on Thursdny, Heptnmher
flrsl 11. at eleven o'clock In the fore noitn, at the
rallroadstatlon house In "lloiteet I'nrk," In said
comity. Tho terms of salo ani one-half cash down
and ihe other hall In one year with six pur cert In
lerest, secured by unle and niortitnirs on p euilecs
sold. And at tho same timo and place, Iho under.
stened as such administrator, will sell at public
sale the following described lots In tho Iowm of
"llmteea I'ark," In said county, namely: I.ol num
ber seven (7) In block number four (4); lots num
bers four and six (4) and (It) In block number flvo
(A); Iota . number lour (4) ard
fliiht (H) la block number six
(ii); lots numbers elghtlM) and ten (10). In block
number seven (7); lot numhei clirht (H) In block
number foiirtoen (II); lot numlicr seven (T) In
block number fifteen (IK); lots numbers ono il)
and three fil) In block number seven teens lot nil m
bnrtlvs(H) In block number twentymio (Jl): lot
number tlx (') In block nttmhvr twunty two In
pursuance of a decree and order of said county court
madeandontersdetthoilnlyterm thereof, A. I),,
lil, In a certain case wherein Ihs sama parties
shove named wero plaintiff and defendants. Hald
lots to he sold en the tamo terms as abovo sped
flml, except where the sale Is for a sum not ex
caciilnit ten dollars the same must be paid at thu
llmsof tho purchase. Haid sales are tone made
for the purpose o paylst debts of the said estate.
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For suit! by C. W. Ilciiilorsoii, Cairo, Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
liiO inU)A.l)WAY NlfiW YOKK
, The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
TONTINE SAVINGS EUNI) POLICY,
Anil thereby to popularize life insurace to a degree before
W. N. CRAINEOi-ni ad the
E. A.. BURNETT, JLupni.
(jrner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois
RKKAl EUREKA II
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
ANCE CUM TAN IKS.
Mutual Aid Socikty
OrgHiilwil Julv 1 till, 1B77, Under tlm Uws o
I lie mate of Illinois. CeiivrlKliled July
II, 11)77, Under AeloffloiiKress.
I". . Hf llUn rrosldeiit
O. T. Ittruii Vice President
J, A. (iOMlH'I'INK Troasiirer
J.J. (iOUDON Medical Adviser
THOMAH I.RWIS Hucnitary
JOHN C. WIIITK Assistant Secretary
k x Kurmvio com mittkiu:
II. LKKIIITON. I., h. THOMAH,
J.O.WHITB, W. r. PITCH KK,
J. B MCUAHKY,
IIUARU OF MANAOICKH:
William Htralton, oMtralton it Bird, whnlusala
Krncers; Paul O.Hchuh, wholesale and retail drui;
tilst; Ha.en l.t'lliion commission merchant; Jns,
H. Mudahey, lumber dialer; J. J. (iordon, jihya
Irian ; J. A. (Joldstlne, offliihlstlne ft Kosenwiitur,
wholesalo snd retail d-y uimris, etc.; Wm. K. Pitch
er, guurral agent; Henry H. Kills, city printer and
book hinder; (ihesleyllaynes, Cooper; Jnn. V.
Whilo, assistant socrstary and solicitor: Albert
,ew , dealer in Hour nn srain r. nross, ureal-
dent Alexander County Bank ;.l. W, Hendricks,
contractor and builder; Cyrus ('lose, general
aucnt; Thomas Lewis, secretary and attorney at
law; L, S, Thomas, broom manufacturer; W. V.
icussei. con tractor and butideri v. t. Kitun
RonKJ. Ht. I AN.O. rtilaoad; Moses Phillips, car
penter; II . A. lliiimniey, contractor, I'alro, Ills.
Rev. J, Hpencer, clorKvman.rlt Ijsiils, Mo.; J. H,
Bethnne, circuit dark, Mississippi county, Cbarlee
Ion, Mo.; J. II. Moore , lawyer, Contmureo, Mo.(
D. Blnitletary, Phvalclan, Arltncton. Ky.t J. V.
Tarry, phvslclan, Knlton, Rv. ; Wm, Kyan, farmer,
mnrrv, bv. ; a. ntninnacn, maniiiaciuror oi aaa
dlerv, Bvansvllle, Ind.jlko Anderson, secretary
to superintendent fi. Ht, L. A N O. railroad.. lack.
son, Tenn.i J. n. Kobertaon. Dhve Iclan. Wblto-
vlllo.Tenn. ; Thomas A. Osborn, hartinsa maker,
nonvar, renn. i wm. u. waiter, "Dixie Aavor
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OPENED JUNE FIRST.
It Is situated In Pope County, Illinois. In s spnr
of the Orsrk Mtinntalns, half way belwssn Vienna
and Oolconda. Its
Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL ANI) BRACING,
TCE IN ABUNDANCE.
The table la soread
with all the dollcaciea of the season. The
n.wi. I.IV uiiiicini. n,,fv ,b.uh auu u.iuu ll1111!
aud their beneficial effects ere felt Immediately.
. J-Pi p'wwct, nopnevor.
Public notice Is hereby nlven that In nnrsnance
nf an ordor and docree made and entered by snd In
the county court of Alexander county, state or Il
linois, nt the A u ans t term thereof. IhAi. In a certain
cause wherein the undersigned as administrator
or tho estate of William O'Cellahen, deceases, ana
administrator with the will anneied of Klcnard
O'Callaha, deceased, was petitioner and Thomas
O'Callahan, Adallno Konnlston snd Alfrd..Mth;
ews wero defendants, tto nnderslitd vjlll. on ,
Wednesday, the Jlst dsy of BepUmhor, A. Dp 1 Wl,
t the hour of two o'clock p. Uie 'lh door
of the court house in Cairo. In said I
forssle to the hlihest bidder for easj bMd, I kite
number fonr (4 In hloek number forty (0) ' fd
cltv of Cairo, and lot number seven (T) In bloell
city oi i ,1' ,lm ,, .MmK.. forty-two
.ddltlon to ...d city of tffifa M0CKLIR
Cairo, HI.. AuBMt , Ml. Admlnlitrstor, etc. ,