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CUMO POITOmOK,
fromTtoBajfa. Money
. to 1:00 p.m.
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a.m.I r.M,
l:sn
IIIIboM Oentnl K K
3:00 I S:0J
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I0.-40
10:f0
Miss. Central II
Daily.
Calm A vlnetnnes
3:00 j
KB Dally
Cairo, Arkansas A
Tela K It Dally,
Ohio Hirer Hour.
Dally esc't Monday
10:0
1:00
0118. AlfTT llONie
Cp, Sun. Tu t'rt
Down.Tu Thu .'I
ThebM Houte
Friday A Satunbiy I
00
6:00
O W. McKbaio, I'. M.
MIUOAM.
TIME CARD
ILLINOIS CENTRAL B.
B.
TRAUT LftVVC CAIRO
Mill t .... .li:is. m Dally
LinrMt at 8:l&n m
ttvUkt at. 4:00ii, rn-Kxcept Sumlay
ftvisiii at jt;ua ni...
rrslrfit at 4:p m... "
rrWht t 7:J0!, m... '
AU1YZ AT CAIRO
Mall at... S:00a. m Dally
EmrcM .at........... 8:30 it m...KxcH)t Sundsv
frtUht -...: a m... Monday.
jrtiinist ni o :!) m... numiay
rrtUlil , .10-05 n, m... " tatir,
rrrlht -Jl-COp. m.. '
JAMES JOHN BON, Arsnt.
ST. L0UIS.IR0N MOUNTAIN
AXtV
SOUTHERN RAILROAD.
"VMN'IBCSBS arrive at and depart from the
umw, upio tx'tec, im lotiow:
Through freight lestis Monday, Wednesday
toil Friday at 1 :0a. m Arrive on Tuesday,
Thursday and Satunlay at I1I5 a.m.
Texas express icnos uany at 1' 31 , and
arrive. at 3:.i0 A M
l'ssnrer Accommodation leave dally i-x-ffptsundiy
at iiSua.m ! arrives dally at 11:15
a -m.
Time to all point in Texan and Arkansas,
Zffc OTHER ROUTE.
Time from Cairo to Little Hock, IS hour.
To Teiarcana, M hours.
To Jefferson, Texas, 25 hours.
To Mwtaall.M hours.
To ."hreveport, Louisiana, 23 bows,
To Dallas, Texas, 20 hours.
To Beanie, Texas, 3S hour.
To Houston, Texas, II hours.
To (ialretton, Texas, 44 hours,
O. W. HEQUEKBOTTRO,
Aareat Cairo Ills,
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS B. B.
Tinea ojeus.
On and after .Tunc 1st, trains will run as fol
or, Sundays excepted, from the corner of
second ttm-t and Lomnifrclal avenue, Cairo,
llllnoit:
GOIHO -lOSTI!.
Leave Cairo 10:15 A. M.
" ilurphysboro . S:3or 31.
Arrive an at. Louis Ties '
OOINU hOCTll
Leave 1 j.t St. Ioult b ::i'VA . M
Arrive Murphraborj liil'. 1", M.
oeave Murphysboro 1:00 "
Vrrive Cairo 4:13 "
Connecting at St. Louis with nil trains West
and .North. J L IIIM'KI.KY, Sunt.
K. W. CLARK, General 1'iisseiujer Agent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES B. B.
skiwxkm
CALHO, EVAN8VILLE, INDIAN.
APOLIS, CINCINNATI
ana xsOuuvuaIiE.
i JS . . . HOURS EA.OH WAY.
sVtfti ATT. nivt tnunt
IXVUXAI-OLH AKD CIKCI.VXATI CXI'KC'K.
Lare Cairo ,) . ru
Arrives at t'arml . t.;
Arrives at Viucennei 1J:15 "
tia sr. tons akd soi-riiEAsrzr.'e iuilhoad.
Arrivei at L'ransvillc i:g ,,,nil
TIA 1SDUNAI-ULU AND VINCES.Vlk UAILHOAD.
Arrives at lndlunapolU.M 4:50 p. m.
VIA OHIO ANDMIsSlSiilrrlKAILr.OAI).
Arrivei at North Vernon-....
Arrive at Cincinnati
Arrivilst LoultvIIle
. 4:45 p.m.
.7:15 "
i
CAiuonrass.
Leaves Indianapolis
Leal es Cincinnati
Leaves Louliville ...,m
Arrive at Vlncennei
Liuves Vlncennix..
Ienvet Eranavllle
Arrives at Carmi
Arrives at Cairo
... t:30 a.m.
... C:3ii "
...T.vi "
..- 2:"o p m.
.... 2:21 "
....11:40 a.m
.. 4;43 p.m.
... :30
Aluklnn clo.-e connections to and from all
polnta tat and .North, at Indianapolis and Cln-c.-inatl,
and to and from all wlnt South and
West of Cairo by rail ami rayer.
MOLTfl) CIIV ACCOMMODATION.
The Mound City Accommodation runs Wed
besday and Saturday.
Leavei Cairo . 12:25 and fi.OOp. m.
L M'und i.ltv 1:15 and fi:30p in.
m. a. uvuuxica. i. L. MOXRILL
Uea Ticket Aar't.
General hup't
tj'l'or Information relative to rates and con
nections, apply to JAMW M LLOItY,
71 Ohio Levi.
"Cnqueallonably tkei brat aBalalned
work ofltae kind la the World."
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It peaetrates eveiy month, wo must con
sider It as one or the educators as well as
entertainers of the pub ic mind, for Its va-t
Popularity has tmnn w.,n liv nn ni.siil tn
Jiupld t rejudicoa or depraved tastes. Bos
ton Olohe.
The chat acter which this Masazinc pos-e-je
for varie'y.enterprlae.artlstlc wealth,
ia,n,. ery culture tbnt ha kept paeo with,
not led the times, should canto Us
conductors to rega d it with lu.tltlable torn
Placet ey. It Uo entitles them t-t a great
claim upon the public gratitude. The
Jiatzliic has done good and not oil all
the day ot Its life. Uiooklyn Eagle.
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AoW HAMPER HUOTHEH8, 5. Y.
oativ
.aa-aorsxee... aS,
has (M 1
i ji9
fAltAIMPHS.
When ftccdom from licr mountain
lirlght unfurled hrr stanrlord to (ho air,
her skirl, plnnctl hack so very tight,
made, iter appear i-xcecdlnp sparp.
Xhcro It a vlllnffo In New Harnpshlre
w hich has produced twenty-six editors,
ami it wn In allusion to this circurn
stance that a pious old dcftcon.thcro re
tnarktd :"Yes, there were twenty-six on
'cm, but m they've all left town, I reckon
the Lord won't lay It up njfln ua."
This Is the way thoy do it In Leflore
county, da.: '-DIs prar meetln' called
togedcr for dc purpos ob htarln' Broder
Stags splane doso dings which am nccc
sury mr our suirasiutn, 'iiauismously rc-
bolbsdat Jake Sinll am a lit and proper
pusstim to represent dls rccaIiuu at do
Hoard ob Supervisors.''
oar Knoxvllle, the other night, a
jounggiri, who was unexpectedly Inter
viewed by the family us she was about
eloping with the object of her vinrln at
fectlons, knocked the old man down, laid
out two brothers with a cistern pole,
kicked the hired man in the stomach, and
got away with her lover, and "made the
riffle." W e wish that heaven had sent
us such a woman as that.
inc steamer tunny was coming
down the Upper Mississippi loaded with
pig lead. As sho was going over a shoal
place the pilot gave the signal to heave
the lead. The only man forward was a
green Irishman. Why don't you heave
the lead V" "Is It the lead, ver honor?
Where to!-" "Overboard, you block
1. Hit Hit. . a
iieau.' xuu insiunan snatciieu up one
of the pigs of lead and threw It overboard,
The mute, in endeavoring to prevent him,
lost tils balance and fell Into the river.
lhe capkiin, running to the deck, asked:
Y liy don t you heave the lead, aud
sing out how much water there Is'r''
' The lead is heaved, ycr honor, and the
mate's gone down to see how much
water there Is.'1
"A cmnlem IMrtorUI lllalory of lbs)
tnoBS Miierraarul I'aunil' Fisster
In the I'nloa
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erlul illustrated periodical published in
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sUtncis. Wltu a circulation o lftO.OOO. the
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persons, and its intltienco as an ogan of
opinion Is simply tremendous The Week
ly maintat is a positive position, and ex
presses decided view nn political and so
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Its a ticlcs are modeli of hlgn-toned div
cusdon, and iti pictorial illustrations are
oiwu corrotioratlve arguments of no email
force.- S. Y. Examiner aud Chronicle
lu papers upon existent quest'ons and its
inimitable cartoons help to mould the sen-
mucins oi mc country rittsbtirg Com'
mcrclal.
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ot the great world of fashion. Boston Trav
cler.
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dies by its lashlou plates in endless variety,
to the provident matron by Its patterns tor
the children's cl tnes, to patcrlamillaB by
its tasteful designs for embroidered slipper
and luxurious Ure-slng gowns. Hut tho
reading matter of lhe Wszar is uniformly ol
great excellence. The paper h h acmnred
a wldo popularity forth" tireslde enjoyment
it atlordb. N. V. Evening Tost.
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A rolleictj Pranaratory Ha arademle
mr au) ana soiina; inea,
FulWfiulnped wlthaconisof six ej,eriencd
!iSJ?trV '"urmalctrraduates ,f Kasteru eol-
T.TJI K.i'. .Pt R. fox ca alogue and
a i liaru-if !. "lc i rincinai.
iter A Vift7.Va'.4.V. iViM?-
C-S-S-wtir """uuit,!,!., v.irts,
w""'"!:'-.ur niacin a
lttaf?a Mr s "h. ui'rTnd ToiTr
a i?'1 forthetransimrUtlon of (Jotton "Snd etc
months froin Hepi
h 'tf' lrtlculsrs ad
O. lloxw, Vicksburg, MUs.
s-is-dll.
ItARRIEDLAIiTES
nniliT 41
1-"jr? t'J'UduiiA! circa! ar. ut infat vmliX
l. nr .1AKU, E. Wash, H, itaSpvS&i.
rianiof ai;
Baton nTemc,
O 1 I
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Q) GO 2 T3 P 3
or o d W Jo
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BANK-.
THE
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL,
- tlOO.000
orricxiu.
" 1- ItALLIUAY. l'resldent.
HKNltV L 1IALUPAY. Vlcl'rest
A, It SAFTOKM, Cashier.
WALTI'.K lIYSLOIVAfR'tCefhl?r
BtKZCTOM
SrAAM TAVton, H. II t'cxxwmiAa,
I. HALLIDAV. W 1' IlALUDAT,
l. VAltl.tA.Miox, .Snu-iir.T Biiuj,
A. B .Saviord
Exchange, Coin and United States
Konas nought and Bold.
TBPOSlTS receipt and a jtseral lacking
Enterprise Savings h
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1819
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
omctus:
A. 11. SArroitU, l-residcnt.
H. 8. TAYI.OK, Vice lresldeut.
W. HYSLOl', Scc'vandTTMi'iUrir
DtMCTOKa:
llARCLAT, ClU GAtlOHXIl,
HTocKrmn, 1'ai:.u, Scnuu,
Cn-TtiNQriAW. 1! I, Haliibav,
J. .M. 1'lllLLU-O.
P.M
V. M
K.H
IKTF.RKST paid on dop,lts ot the rat of tlx
percent, per annum, .March Ut and Septem
ber 1st. Interest not withdrawn Is added Imini-
"lately to the principal of the deposits, then by
Kivins them coiapound interest.
Married Women and Children may
Dopoait Money and no ono
else can draw it.
Onrn everv biilnefcilr.v tVnn.An n .- m
and .-atunlai- evenings for (nvlDRs (teisltt o'nl r
from G to f o'clock.
W. HYSLOP, Treasurer.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Transacts all kindB of a Logiti-
I- 2S228'.?r,(1t-
P. NEFF, Vice President.
pNEY'WELLS, OMhieV.
T. J. URTB. AaaUtant Cashier.
63.3-1 1-tf
WAUOMN.
The Gainble Wagon
XXjXaXZS70Xaal.
MAN'UrACTUHKD BY
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE KIT and CHEAPEST WAOOR at AH-
nFACTUKXD,
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Street
SPRING!
SUMMER!
Prices to suit the Times.
Wholeialo Figures, but No Credit I
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart It aholaon'a
EIGHTH STREET,
BETWEEN OOaUUCROIAX, AND
wAaxiiroTow aysnubs.
kft Velvets, Ties, RuehlnxJ, Corsets,'
IQIotas, Hoslsry, Worsteds,
Kid l
Also the 'Ladles' Onu Rtlnxm'
ooiuaT,
Cya. inpas kwlll b ald at vary low (Ut.
woe. for CAIirsott CABH QKLX, "ll-wiT
CAIRO,
IliTiIKTOIai .
The TruBtcoB of tho Cairo City
Property deslm to call public attention
to the tnerltt of their property, comprlS'
Ing a considerable portion of tho City of
Cairo, in Alexander County, In the State
of Illinois, ami lamW Immediately .idja
cent thereto.
This iMtv. Is well known. U dluatcil at
.... . ..... ..t.t i ... , .
rivem, at thnnratioi uiiiumrupicii nati n
tionontha sltlllTl. butuc below oli.
trili'tliin hr lif lu ttIC Wlntrr ami Inn-
Water In umniiT. anil tttla hat h clear mid
open rhrr eoiutiiuulcatlon at all times over
the Mtsalsaliplsud lls InbuUrics, wtli all
tho eutmtrv mitith. to tho Oulf ot Mex eo
nna Uin Atlantic Utan. uur has also the
same character oS communication with all
tuo country nortnovcrmo stream How Ing
bv 1'. when ltiot' stream ar not limavl.
gaine vy rcafon oi ice oriow wator.
llc.ore ttir eia or ivauroau-, cairo Had a
COltimtDUiWf. I'v.iiiuu as m vi-iuri- ui eom-
tuerce and navigation, nils liuportatice ol
tvltlon the ftlll pofsetes. but has no w tin
additional advantave nt being a great rail
road e n re, a number oi the mot import-
nut ralircau'iu inc v nuev uiiuu.hiss s-ippl
conver.Iug to and tisilnc tmir leimlnl
there. Aui ng tuesi, coming from the nurili
mi: the K'rHl ''unois central ttaiiro U,
wulcn traiei-es iuu tuiire (atom Illinois
Iromlt exirem- northern and nortli-c!tern
to lis iouihern limits, and by Use tin. ctlous
tfiteniu into an tno ureal uuniiweiuru
grain producing Staie j the Cairo and Vln-
Crllllf, eaieuiiiiia; iruiu air" lu nu my oi
VI , nue. In llu-ftlatool Indian i. where
ltc nneilion- iitTord direct rahruad eeui
munleat'.otn with all r a tern eltlcst an.)
lhe Cairo A St. Louts Kallrnad, aQnrdiug a
litcct rat road comwunioutlou with the
City ul t. I.ouih aim ail tno railroads cm
terim: inei
fiouth are
ere '1'ho road' cotoIiil' irom tho
e the New Orleans, Jackcon and
Great Northern
hat ruaill. blcn
'. ! riCfri w.d "'M
munlcation with tn cities ol Mbllu and
New Orlonc. and oth r r-outlitrn Atlantic
ea Doit-. tnl by oonn"lln rosds with all
tho country s uth of Calr.j; and coming
Irmu the suuibwert l-th Cabo. Arkun-a-and
Texas Kallroad. which en"ord4 eimilar
communication with So them Mi eotirl,
Ara.ana.i- and Texan and tho principal cit
ies of tho"; State, t his Lst-nstued rod
will true. alo. direct ouncction with I lie
Texas and I'aciUc Koad when it l com It-
ted, thus Kivlntr direct cmnimin cailon wi h
the prineiual ports ot tho l'acitic Ocran
I hesu ra Iroads. temiliatlni! at Cairo, are
now all completed and in t-uccetsful opera
tion, tho'o lu Illinois coming into the city
on a bank ol each ot the river-. Ohio and
Misshfdppl. and termlnatlnt; at their conflu
ence, thus encircling the city. The Holly
Springi. Brownsville and Ohio Hlver ttatl-
road, and the Cairo and 'l'ennc-eo Biter
ltdlroad, which will both terminate at
Cairo, are In course of conttmctlon aud will
soon lie computed, and other rallroaiabntb
in lllln i and In State south of thu Ohio
river, which will aSo tcrniinato at Cairo,
arv projeeied. ana arrangements made to
build them. Tho construction of these
will greatly Increase the rillroad communi
cation' of fslro.
01
Its central location in the grei-'. Valley ol
the Mississippi, ami the great vealtii of river
and railroad cniumuulcttlon, give-1 Cairo
unsurpassed advantage, as a c mtnen lal
point, a it ntfords to hef ccy and elifsp ac
cess tu all the ram producing d strlcta ol
tneN'orth ai d Weet,and-luilirac tea to all
the agricultural t roouce cin-uuicrs of tho
South, thus presenting the ben location lu
the West tor an In erchangeof the respect
ive northern and loulhern commodities and
productions.
An a manufscturing location theposltlon
of Cairo is not les, important. Tho crude
?.te.rl i1 rver- 'Jescrljitlon. which ron
stltute i the elementi of manufactured arti
cles, abound on eury s Lie. Iron ote, coal,
oi supe lor quall.y, and timber of cveiv
ch.iracter,moru tlun others, being easily
and cheaply accessible, and tho rich agri
cultuial region of the Immediate neigliiior
hooJ, a well a the more remote drstilcts
rendered tributary to t by river an.t rail,
furnish Hupplles..) the Lecei-sarii s of life In
such abundance at to nm'er living except
ionally cheap. When the manufactured aitl
c. ! 11 Produced, the facilities for cheap
distribution by rhcr and rail are not
cquallod.
Cairo has a moral. Intelligent, liberal and
enterprising p .pu ailon of about 12 000 has
a l1Pcrior,,)'ti.'iii ol public schools, which,
with others conduct, d by private enter
prise, afford uiim.p hied cducatlonul ad
vantage Is p ,,, B,eil 0f well-estiibl shd
iliurcbcsof tieaily cvorr denomination
has publnandtirfatol.u"ldlnssora stipe,
f r.c,B'et;-r-lia a climate, which for sa
lutrlt and liealthiullnlluenccs rannot be
Hurpassfd-Ju. a well-regulated and if.
, f.n imV.n,lcPal organlzition, its -trertM
ligbted lth gss, and other metropollian ad-
! i fF"' uhkl n0 ,l "'""ly desirable
''"y nt to be excellod as a place
of permanent riMdoncc.
v.V? i" 'llul I" c,ro are now otfered at
in, I.i Pdces, affording lavorable oppor
iiimiies tp ptireda-e, and the owners pre
f.i. i "don to tho public as offering
ii i ? J "dvsntsgeH lor lhe BUcessful e .
jam summt ol commercial or manufactur
n'crP l-es, aud the bst loca Ity in the
coumrj lor proUtable tnvestmcntof capital.
H. St a ats Tayloii,
Edwin I'akhonh,
Trustees, otc.
Cimo, U Msy i,t( is;,.
MWf
XKW ATr.HTIr.KKNT.
Yiinnt.' men and ladies to know that lh
placR In obtain a lmluoM utucallon and nn cl(-
gant iiami-ritiiiK imunr
I WORTHIN CTOM BUSINESS COLLEGE
Tolada. Olito. Stnd for circular and
ample vi iKiimaiislilp. Address,
... .m ii iiniinni.iu., luiiuv, ,
rirnitnnt nnil lrnlltnbln Kmnlov
mem "IteRtitirtill" Lliarmlnirl" "Oh
howlovelyl" "What arethev worth?" Ac
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irre ! if Vll.KKUY A Cll. .
AtiiiHbi, Jlc.
1 "T ,. ,""HlAKY Tcnns of
--- ..u.i i (isiiik 111 (intW lor .M..,mira
Sheriff's Bale.
BY virtue of an execution to me dliected bv
the clerk ol lhe circuit court ,r M...n.i."..
wniiiiy, inir.v.-uiieDi iiunois, in favor of llt r
nnnl McMuutis und acnlnat Iav I'IiIIHih. uic
levied upon the followlndetcriUil jiroin-rtv, In
the elty t,f ( Hlrii,coiirilr of If xuinftr uml .liint,.
't'K' tvr.r tl.e-e.if.1 l I'hllllp, whfch
niimi uin rut puuur aif mine aouin-uest door
of the court lioiie In tho city of (..ilrn, In the
V-..UIUJ ui r.iriui.lll anu -Ullrol Illinois, oil
thethlrteenllnUyofSiptembrr A l , l;v. ut
the hour lift 1,'itn o'clock, a m . fnr rnnh. to
kutl.fv til . . ..... 4 1 (V a. ...... f
. ... u.ii.ii rf.l.. . ll,.
, "r"T"1 Alexander Omtity, Illinois
Calm. Hlliioli. AiiLUtt iiUi. laTv "
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Sheriffi Sale.
virtue of an execution to hih iIIiwii !.
the clerk of th- clreult mnn ..r i !,...
ier county, lu tne .-tali- of llliuo s. In ummr
lerberc audaKninstdiilin I inner, I havekvieil
uiura . fin it ii i r ins ii , iiini.tiiai a."
limin ttii. lollowine iWHImsI property, In the
. ....,,i.i,, ... .ur piiui cu iti 1 airo in tne
county ol AlexuudiT and Sutc of Illinois, to
wit Lot numbered eighteen (If) In block nuin
tiered nine (:). na the pn.ierty of the said .lolin
IMllkV. vvhirh 1 shall nflrr nt 1, nl.il- .,,1.. ,
eouth-uestiloor of the court huil-eln thecilrof
Cairo, in the county of Alexaudrr and ftinte of
iiunois, on me inirieeniii iiay 01 ftrplnnU-r A.
II In'S.at the hour of eleven o'cl'K:k, it, m,, fi,r
cash, to ratltfy Mid exullon
ALK.Y. II lltVIS,
Mierlffof Alex inJer C'ountv, llllnoh
Cairo. Illinois, August Jlsl, 174.
8-t-tll.
Sheriff"! Sale.
BY Irtue of two f -elal execution to n,.. dl-recti-l
by the clerk of the circuit court ol
Alexander county, in the slate of llllnol-, one
InCtvoror .lane Putney and the other in favor
iTI homa Ijinliersoii, and both aaln-t H.
W ut-un Webli, I will ot!i r at public sale the fol
0wlns1lrscrlb.1l proirly, in the city of Cairo
Countvo! Alcvamlcr and Mute of Illinois, to
wit. Lot nilMiN.Te.1 teveu (J), In block mini-la-reil
six (b), lul nuiiitcre. aix (m n Mrk
numlwttil twenty-nine (.D) i.tien IM h-ri off
of south aide of lot tiuiiibvrisl tH.nlv-six ti)
and lots nunilxreit Iwcmv-si vi n (ii), twenty
eight U-) and tvventy-iilne Uj), uwii ,,.
berwl twenty-nix U') and lot uumlM-red five (')
In block numWed ihlrty-two Ii:), uKu lots
nuniUredthlrt)-! ve and thlrty-rltrht (.11,
111 block niiniU;rK) elKhle.11 (Is) n the First AdJ
illtlon to said elty as the prrly or the said II.
Nation l,b, utthe outh-Wfit door of the
court hou,e In the raid eityof Cairo, county nf
Alcxaud.r and Mate of fllinol-, on the tfilr
teentb ilay of .'September. A. II. 10T5, t the
hour ofeleveii o'clock.R rn . I.ircash. tosalls
ry said e.xei-ut on AI.I.X II. IltVI.N
t- 1 .'herlff of Alexander County, Illinois
(aro. Ills,, August '.'1st, ls7i '
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Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For the relief
and curs or an
dcraQKeiuents lu
the stomach, liv
er, and bowels.
They aro a mild
aperient, and nu
.excellent purga
live. HolnKputs
Iv vegetable, thev
contain no mer
cury or mineral
itvltnfnver. MlicH
serious sickness and suffering Is prcvennd by
their timely use; and nvery family should
have them on hand for their tirnterllmi and
relief, when requited. Lour experience has
proved them to bo tho surest, surest, anil
lint of all the I'lllt with which the market
nununils. By their occasional Use, the blood
h nurlllcd, U10 corruptions of thu system ex
pound, obstructions removed, and Uic whole
machinery of liro restored to Its healthy ncllr
Ity. Inlanial organs which become clorcd
and sluggish arc cloaused by Aurr't I'ilU,
and atltnulat.il into action. Tims Incipient
illscnso Is ehamted Into health. Uic value or
which change, whin reckoned on the Tntt
multitudes who enjoy It, can hardly bo com
puted. Their nug-ir-coating makes them
pleasant to take, unit preserves their virtues
iiiiiiiipalred Tor any leiiRlh or time, so that
they nro rvcr rmh, and perfectly reliable.
Allhonh searching, they aro mild, and oper
ate without disturbance to tho con itituUou or
diet or occupation.
.m!'i' '""V-"0 are given on the wrapper bj
3w? rs'pldly JlSSlril-U, which Uicsi
For Iysnrtlu or Inilliroatlan, I.lst-
!.?., ?"i.'f,.p' m".1 f aiiis.
tllr, thoy should be taken moilernlelv to
htliimlntulhe stomach, and restore Its heailhr
tone mid Action.
For l.iier Complaint anil lu various
symptoms, lllliou llruiluclar, Hlcit
llrudiacbr, Juuntllcr or tUr-ra Nick
nraa, Hllloua ;,llc and Hilluu rs
t-rs, they should bo Jiidlrlouvly taken Tor
each rate, to correct the diseased artiou, or
leinove the obstructions which cnuse it.
for ISjaenn-ry ur niurrlits-u. butons
mild dono Is generally reqiilml.
For Itheumall.m. tin,.
B-ainiiaiioa or litis iltsarl, I'm In
Jhts HMts, Hat It. and a.olaa, they sho
be contliiiiiiiisly taken, as required, to ehai
tho .llseasn.1 urtlim of tho srstem. With s
Palnllullaa oihr. Iltsarl, Pula In
should
latiRij
. ......u..i..nu "iiimiiiii. insniiie.ir.
1-or llrnnay and ISroiMirwl Hnpii.
Ists, they sfioutd lie taken in larKt. nml ire
,uent doses to produce tho effect of adia.tia
purre.
for Miipprrsslnn. a large dote should U
taken, ns it piuduees Uic tteslrud effect bv
sympathy. '
As a lilnnrr I'M, takn one or two to
Jiromoto illjreMlon.nud relievo the stomach.
An orr.yinnal dosr ttimulates tho rtomarh
and bowels, restore" the apietite, and inrlenr
ates the system. Ilenco it Is often advnnta
ceous where no serious dcranr.Mnent exists.
One who feels tolerably well, ortcn flnils th.it
a dose nr thee ( mokes him feel deeld
iilly better, front inelr rleannint: sml reno
vating effect on the digestive apparatus.
rncrAitnti nv
Dr. J. C. AVER & CO., Practical ChemUti,
i.otn:r.r mass., v, s. a.
run salk nVALt. nni-nuisTs RTitttrwiiritE.
Ayer'sAueOure,
r2.T.J!"S AsruoLlntssrmlttent Fo
ret, Chill Fovcr, Bemlttent Foror.
Dumb Auo, l'erlocUcal or Bilious l'e-
VSl .,Jnllndoe1.,4i t10 ffootionx
wnioh arlso from malarious, marab. or
miasmstlo poisons.
JJ" No ono remedy Is louder
ralleilforby thcnecetsliles
rLv of the American people tkan
Hf j a sure and tare cure for
JbbbUB l eier unit Airur. -u h
M w c stc now enabled to .ffer,
with a perfect certainty that
It will eradicate the dlveate, and viidi insur
ance, founde.1 ou iroof, that no harm en
arise from Its tine in any quantity .
That which irotects Troni or prevents this
dltorder mutt be or Imm.nio fcrvlce In m
communities where It prevarte. I'rruntion
Is better than cure; for the patient cx-apci tho
risk which he muit run In violent attacks of
thlt balcnil distemper. Tills " ft lit: " es
tho miasmatic poison of I'eier uad .g-ui-from
the sytm, and prevents the develop,
mcnt of the dlscaic, If taken on the tint
approach of Its premonitory symptoms. A
great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever dUcorered for the speedy and cer
tain cure of Intermittent It, that It contain
no yulnlno or mineral; consequently it pro.
dure no quinism or other Injurious iffects
whatever upon the conttitutloii. Those cured
by it nre len as hcsllhy at if they had never
had the disease.
sYtsr and .ttrne Is not alone the con-
equenre of Uie miasmatic poison. A (Treat
variety of disorders arise from Its Irritation,
among which are Xfuralsrla, llhruma.
. woul, Hi-aaacats, Illlnilns-as,
Toolaacaf, Caracar.Calarrli. .tsth
taa, Palpllatloa, Painful ARVction
of tats Mplt-rn, Hysterica, Puln In this
Bosttsls. Colic. Paralysis, and derange
ment or tho stomach, all of which, when
orlginatlntr in this caute, put on the Inter
mittent type, fsr beromo perlollcal. 'jr.
"CUUK" expels the jtoitKii from the .'
and consequently curs them ail a' "'" .
nn Invaluable prwectlon to lm- ra1n,,1 a""
person, trave-'m-gor tempor-!1' r,'l,llnf ln
ho malarsnis districts. Mn on'
i ly ... dsllr while cxp'l Inrertlo,..
that will be excreted f"'" ' tem, and
rannot accnmulsi' "' melent quantity to
rinen Into llseae. Ilencu It Is even more
valuable for protection than cure; and few
will cv-T suffer from Intcrmlttents If they
avail .hemtclves of the protection Oiii rem
w,lvSffords. r'or Liver Complaints, arising fiom torpH
ity of thu Liver, It Is an excellent remedy,
stimulating the Liver Into healthy activity,
and producing rnnny truly remarkable curci,
where other medicines fall.
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