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trlcticbool and other i.x 0?T.yV.
is the ally of Cairo, Bounty of Alexand.e
andetate of Illinois, on tli. f n d "I
t.pt4b.r. 1875, Martin Brown pi fbaVd
tbe nad hf bt , and bf m m, und hf
N. All the above described land T are stl
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and la r.ng, threa (U) west of 8d p M, in
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van by law for the redemption of said
idawlllexplrton tha aJxn, dk. 0f Ben.
taabar, 1877. oep.
MaBTIM BOW, PureittM
Cairo, IUt, May 11 1877 w
ItW ADTIBftlKSE I.
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Permanently cured no humbug by one
month's usage of Dr. Goulard's Celebrat.
ed Kit Powders. To convince sufferers
that these nowdera will iln all ia,. ,1.1, t. .
them, we will stnd thorn by mail, post
.,..u, nee inai DOX. AS Ut. UOUlard is
me oniy physician that ha ever made tMi
disease a ipeclsl study, and as to oui
knowledge thousands have been perma
nently cured by tbe usa of these nnw.Ur.
we Will caarantea a Mnn.,.a.t VJ
eery ease, or relund you all money ex
pended. All sufferers should give these
....n.iimiyuiii eni oe convinced
of their eiirattva nn..,.
Price, for large box, ,3, or 4 boxci for
.u, niii oy man to any part or United
-7MfrnBjui i,Binui II II rMPliiril ni rttM.a a I.e.
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KB. R TO
11UOUU 1 1111
DR. CHANDLER, F.B.S.A.,
Utt Pkysletea to t Cseree'a ijd W. Bartholo
miwTHospitsIs, Loedoo, Curator ta
6L tlusbsth s, ate.
After vmm of th most toftortoua rfi
,i md invUgalion, and mfter th
nrattical application i trratmrnt ta thou
aan&i of patient; Geo. Chandler, A.M.,
MM., nowprfeni to tha American pub.
lie i folfottlHg remedies, Ala tola di.
corery a,d property, tha tOUary f tth (h
it attntnl ft tha celMminosia gantity at
Uttimonlal; tha nntolieitad offeHnyt of
anfftrtng and dtwur)txl patlt-ntt, o
Asm not out rreeiatd relief nnd
from thtlr tontinntd Mte, but hara bet
'radically cured of U,neHf and ehromio
eomplatntt, tehici have been atijudtted by
J7.la Intomparabl VTTVTIA TTTT a
I KkX1C, B1A FHUHtllV, andAfEKI.
XXT, tombinlnn virtue, vhith render
it invaluable and never-falling, and bj
itt ionttnuad se WH thoroughly eradU
Vale all disease of tha blood. Its ingrt.
dlent are of a purely harmlett extrac
tion, the products gathered from remote
rsivptian Provinces, and where there Is
the slightest taint of dlttata in the sis
tent, it never fails In ejecting that disease
through the medium of the skin, or ex
vtlllna it through the tnany and various
IhanZlt of tha body, thereby alloieiiitr,
and, indeed, forcing all tha orpana Into
their proper normal and functional con
dition. A very brief apace of time wilt
eonvlnee any patient tuing it, of '
doubted reliability and srunderful -ro-(lee
properties, It being, not unquestion
ably, the very actne of medical triumphs,
and the greatest discovery of the present
age, in tlte treatment of every 1 1
whirs tlie blood itself is primarily tha
teat of the lesion or disorder, ouch am
bCKOrVLA and the thousand and one
causes that lead to this terrible affliction,
of which all virilized communities ore
eoantsonf, for IliblUal Truth has astert
17 that the "bins of th, fathers shall
visit even unto the third and fourth acn
Vration' "" and to JIltOK F.S-VOH V AZV
mTeIbLVI COKST1TVTJOXH it t, a
powerful rejutenator, touting th -rc
of man onee more to ussume, tltt Uod-llk,
A BY BtHOHItKUM.CUXSl'It'ATioS OH
I Jill AUsT M t
TUELiOMATOVa VAXCER, HVlUr'Y,
AFFECTIONS OV XUJS XHtHt
LENT OLCER8, 1? EM ALE V.OM
rLAiNTS (and to the gentler sex it is a
boon lung sought for by sensitive, suso
ttble, and delieaf, females, as it takes
direct action upon their ailments iAhlt
AIL F0B3M OF CUROXIOVISEASt:
IN WHICH THE hlOODlS XUE KE4X
OF THE TROVHLE, it i, invaluable. A
perseverance with this remeily will proee
u Tiositiee nnrf permanetit .J-. J0
V MILLS and FEVERS and all M.ALA-
Thousands of TestimoiitaU attest the
truth of tliett claims.
Price, One Dollar, in large oettffi OP
( bottle, $3.
C. ASTRO .
' CAST710N U a af, speedy, A Met peU
flee cure for that nust depressing of ail
neni,and a brief course of treatment will
restore the digestive organs to their pris
tine strength, and promote tlte healthy
action of the stomach and Intestines, the
nervous irritability of literary and all
tterson, pursuing n sedentary lift, is
speedUH removed hy thit agent. Th,
stomach is restored to health and the key
ttoteof the system will onee more rtepond
in the performance of labor,
I'riee, One Dollar, rt (arje Ooft'c, or
U bottle, 93.
BRONCHITIS AND LUNG
A flight to-called cold wilt ofttlme
lead to a serious cough, which, uncared
for or badly treated, mutt have but cue
retultit mutt eventuate in a settled rate
of BRONCHITIS, or what is worse, th
deadly CONSUMPTION. To all suffering
fromharatting cough and expectoration,
TRACHEON offers a sound, reliable, and
permanent relief, ft augmetit, expeeto.
ration, and enables the patient to expel
that terribly septie deposit, which, if left
without Judicious treatment, mutt com
municate its poison, to the vesicular sub
stance of the lung, degenerating and de
stroying that most essential of organs,
and ultimate only in an early and un
timely death. ZRACHEON has no equal,
much less a superior, and its use will nut
only remove the deposit, thereby affording
great relief, but heats the membrane and
leaves the patieut in possession of healthy
Frice. Fifty Cent pet bottle, or SiA
bottUt, jg.SV. mmmmmm
v PILES. Hemorrhoids.
3f any enusn tend to product th It pain
ful and dill retting state. The blood is
retarded in its return t th, too frequent
tu, of drastic purgatire tend to produce
tongettion of the bowelt, torpid action of
the liver, and numerous other causes are
the source of this complaint, and hitherto
nothing effectual has been presented to
the public, which would rapidly alleviate
symptom and ultimately prove an effect
tie cure. In tlLOX tee have a remedy
which not only act almost instantly, but
will remove the largest tumor of the part
I File) by absorption, and many who
have received not only benefit, but have
been radically cured, ttav, been assured
(prior to uting this treatment) by eml
eul surgeons that the only relief they
ever could expect in life, would be by an,
operation, and removing it or tltem from,
ths body by a procedure which necessitat
ed the knife. This remedy has been hailed
with delight, and i now pretcribed by
many practising physicians, who are eoff
nitant of its merits, aa tte only known,
sure cure for FILEH.
I'riee, fifty Cent lot package, ortlX)
for $.ov. mmmmJmm
r 7TIB AJIOYK REMETHF. AJlK
thorough in the eradication of the differ
ent and variou tnaladie denominated,
and are the rrtult of patient, searching,
laborlout, and sclent trie investigation,
embracing a period of many years, in
Europe and America.
If the snecltla direction are compiled
With, thousands of patient will hear wit
ness ta their relative merits, and corrob
orate every assertion. Where there are
many complications of disease, and pa
tients so desire, DR. CHANDLER will
be pleated to give all information, and
treat by letter if necessary.
lteterlptlv and Explanatory Circu
lar of the above remedies sent on receipt
of stamp. If the PROPRIETARY
MBDIC1NEH are not on sal, at your
parlUular druggist's, tend orders (o
M173 Broadway, Kew-York OitjJ
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY
k rnl.rl; s4 I. sail. .oiallllM i.ji.I-Iio .J is
permatorrhnA audi Xmpoituor.
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frrt rrt. ortuh.r cm
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ConUiUn rif Id) -H, e
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IS MM t.Vl'0.
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fiKa ,.UieT irhatlliMatM .rrlk hi. . ....j
Hf waA . .
ism -S:,r,'.S,.l, "rt sm.s,s.
nun 11 in am ran A t,m I aa
a tvt r. it.
AQdrail mm Kus.
plate ol John Crag, deeeaatdi
Tne uodenlgned bloi been appointed
k'lmlnlatrator of the state of Joliu Craig
late of tbe county of llezander and atuta
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that he will appear before the county court
of Alexander countyat the couit house iu
Cairo at the August term, on the third
Monday la August next, at which time
All persona having cMm against said estutw
an notiiled and reiiucted to attend for the
purporeof having tlie sains adjusted. AI
pei'aooa indebted tu ald estate aro re
quested to make Ira ludiut payment to ilia
Itatedj tbU2oth day or .May, A. l. In".
JxVKA L. .Sanhehs-
l'ublic notice is hertliy given lluit in pur
suance and by virtue of a certain order, Judg
ment and decree of tlie eilinty court of Alexan
der county, stale of Illinois, mule and enter,-!
at the February lerm of ful l Court, A . P. lr"',
upon theapplieaiioool' Hie lunlersigned, as ad
ministrator ot the c.,Ule ot l.euis .lorguiim ii,
deceased, 0 tu, court for leave to sell real ci
tateof the said estate to p.iv ihe debts of sui'l es
tate,,! will as such adiiiiriislnitor.on 1 u .tday,
July loth, ln77,at the hour d two o'clock in the
alteraonn, at tbe front door of the court house
in tlie city of Cairo, in ai'l county and slide,
offer at public aile to tlie higliot and best bid
der the following deri lied real estnte, namely:
Ihe east half of the iiirth-eat quarter
of aecllon four .(I), in tuwnshlp No.
seventeen (17,, soiuh iniige No. two
(0 west of the 1 pnnnpul meridian,
in said county; also sixteen (In) lots, No, one
(I ) to twelve(U)lM)tliinHiiivr, sill Noa. thirty
seveu(tT) to forty (I ') both inclusive, in blnok
No, thirteen (1:1) iu the fourth ' Oth)
addition te said '")' of laiious the
said lota are dr-ilisli-l and des
cribed ou Ihe recorleJ Hup or plat uf raid city :
sIbo lot No. tweutv-tour (1). iu bl. ck No.
Ili'y live (V), (n the llmt addition to said city of
lulro. ant also lots tliirlevu (l i) ami lourti'vn
(14). in bloc i No, seveuleeiid;), ia the city of
La Salle, iu the county of La fruile. and state
aforesaid Said real estate is lo be Suld for ihe
paillieut of the debts of Ihe said entate, und
tne same will he sold lor iuie-ha,f cah in hsnd
and the balance in six and twelve months Willi
good iientonal security and a mortgage, or
mortgage, on the pn ni see sold Iu secure bal
ance of the purcluiee m. nev .
Cauio, June", U". Adiuiuisnutjr, etc
Consumption, that scourge of humanity. Is
the grcut dreud ot the human family, in all uvil
1 feci confident that I am in possession of the
only sure, infaliinle remedy now known lo
he profession lor the speedy, positive cure ol
hat dread di-euM, and its unwelcome concom
itants, vizi Catarrh, Astbtna, Bronchitis, Ner
vous I lebilitv, etc., etc. 1 am old fogy. I be
lieve in mediciue. Twenty-eight years ex pe
rienee ui a busy practitioner iu the treat con
rumplion hospitals in the old and new world,
has taught me Hie value of pro.ier mi-dica ti n
both local and constitutional in the cur" of ikix
freut enemy of our race 1 hava found it. Hut
um digressing. 1 siartetl eui lo -ay t those
suffering Willi consumption or sny of th - aliove
ninludieK, that hr a Idresa n nie. giving symps
turns, tiivy Bliall be put ill possession Jollus
great boon, without charge, and shall have the
betielit of my eKrience in tlioHsunds of ruse
Bucces.lully trcalel. Mill particulars, direc
tions tor preparation and aie, mil advice and
iii-triiclio is for Biiccespful treatment at your
own home, will lie received by you by return
mail, free ol cliiuge, by addressing
lilt.JiJlIN ft. lil'KNKTT,
wtllv lo: I 'it 'rui stt, t I ouisvill
JACOB ,W ALTER,
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Between Washtogton tnd '.Comuurcia
Avenue, adjoining Hancy'e.
IT kKPS lor sale the beat Beef, Pork, Mutto
Vc.l, Laub, Sausage, Ac. and is n
i i ,e t . i , nvliA in si .ccntal'le ins x
i;- trli.il' h.UtlfuLtal
I -It I' fat ll Aii tlir IU
(:.' tix-MK. kl W Oa
.'.I r. JVlAmik", trie
ill kind of !;
wfo if.-, riarrv.'
tur ami n:. I ai
ttW;!,S "nrt vn
ID vtnt fl- t. &
l'.1'lr--, in (,'. A
H.IMUJ.M'. ; v
, w tb hn' -
' - lT.rs- rial!
t; It Ill.I.iWtOCIirl
ffiffia to .ttt ;l i ifi (Mil v rtnlif
a f 1 t ft (jfli fJifiJ. AfiiJ it rYiirjj f
For restoring Cray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.
wliidi is nt
if'rvyi'Uir is soon
original color, witlt the tloa-i and
fi-HxhM?. of youth. Thin h:iir is
liickfiic-l, f-iliing li:iircL'( l;i.'fl,nii(l
liaMncss often, tliongii not always,
cured fiv iu n-i aNotliin-r enn re
store the hair where the follicles nro
def-troyetl, or tije gl.-indi atioiihied
find dec'iycl. Jlut siu-li as rernain
can le fcave-l for nsefiilnoss ly this
npplieation. Instead of fouling the
hair witlt a j.ysty seiliinent, it will
keep it clean and vigorous. Its
oo(-aional u-e will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling oir,
and consequently prevent baldness.
Free from those deleterious Riih
stances whleh make some prepara
tions dangerous and injurious to
the hair, the Vigor can only henelit
hut not harm it. If wanted merely
nothing else ran 1m found so desir
able. Containing neither oil nor
'ye, it docs not soil white eam
lirie, and yet lasts long on the hair,
giving it a rich glossy lustre and a
Pit EPA It Eli II Y
Dr. J. C. AVER 4 CO., Lowell, Mass.,
J'racMttif and Anal gt leal Chctnlttt.
SOU) UT AU. IillLUdlSTII rVKUYWIIKIlK.
All sulferern lrom this ill.c.. ti... .....
aoxioiii to be cured should try l)r Kis.
Br Celebrated Consuiuptlvo Powders
I hese nowilers arn tb oniv niw.., ..i. J
known thai will cure Consumption n,i .1,
diseases of the throat and Imn t.,.i
10 strong is our faith in t hem, ami i. . '
convince you that thoy are no humbug w
Will forward to evni-r anllcroe 1.., .......
postpaid, a (Tee trial box. '
We don't want your money until you are
perfectly eatistied ol their curative ptiworn.
it you life li worth aavimr. ri
ftivlnK these powders 0 trial, as the wll
auralv nnra vm. ' ' "
Trice, lor large box, $.1. lent to rny pari
of the L uiteti States or Canada by mall on
receiptor price. Address, '
, ASH & BOBBINS.
360 Fulton Utreet, Brooklyn, W.'y.
An lllu-trutcd Monthly of
Popular Literature, Science, and
ANNOUNCEMENT FOB 1877.
Tim iimulier lor January beyum tf.u nine.
liti'Mli olinnH nl the Miiguiiii) atnl while
its piist rer-iird will, it is hoped, lie ilneine 1
usiilli.-ient ;;imraiiteo of future i xctlleilce,
no t-llorts will bu apnred U diversily lis at
trjictious ia is. 1 to provide itu itn-ierseil sup
J'vjdar lieailing in Ihe lle.nt and .Vo4
The great object and conslaiit aim ol Ihe
coniliiclor tvili be to ftniiisb the publio
Literary Kiitnrtainineiit ot a rellnud und
varied eliaraetor, as well us to jiresent in
a graphic ami striking manner the must re
cent information and soundest views on
subjects of Keut-r.il iuiortM; in a word, to
render Lippincott's .Muga.ino utriltingly
Thus Fenures that arc, .1W Atrwtire
in M.igzine Littmturt
Tbe contributions n iwon Ininl, or si.eci
ally engaged, embraee a highly attractive
Um ol tales, i.hort slories, tltM-iiprivc
skctclies, naratives, papers on si it ni-e uml
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''Tie Marquis of Losxie,"
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Sweedix, Sffnfry and Life,
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i- throtighly lami'iur iili siwedeii
ami us reopie from personal observation,
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Art and Art Mnltert,
by Kdward Stralmn (Karl Sbinit', antUorol
"Ihe .Now Hyperion, ' etc.
1. Illustrated sketches ot Travel, entitled
1'lctures from Smui,
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Dated, this 'llii day of !av, A. D,
I.S77. ALt.LST WAlIJK.MKIKIi.A.Im'r.
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weakness, attended Willi symptoms; Indis
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culty ol breathing, general weakness, horror
of diseuse, weak, nervous trembling, dread-
lul horror of deal li, nl-ht sweats, cold feet,
""si"", uiuiriesH 01 vision, languor, uni
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cuwi loons appetite who (lyspeptic symp
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ness of the skin, pallid countenance ami
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lri'iieiit black spots flying belore tho eyes
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enioying heallli wlio havo used it. Take
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if warn of coiintcrfeita and baso imita
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to sell It oil to their customers, when they
t ... I.' .... I. .. I,.. .1 1 . a 1 . -
can 101 ixiiunei s miter 11 nie 01 iron,
Kunkel's Hitter Wlno of Iron is put iiji
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.ucciy pui on 1110 imisitio wild the pro
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ALL WOK. MM KKMOVED AL1VK.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm fyrup never falls
to destroy Pin Scat and Stomach Worms.
Dr. Kunkol. the only successful physician
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Common senso tenches that 11 Tape Worm
be removed, all othar worms can be readily
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i'rlcc. I1,X itmvMlalli. .
Mark These Facts
Th Testimony of ihe Whole Woild.
'I ha l no appetite Ilolloway's rillsgsveme
a hearty one.''
'iour i'llls are marvelous."
' 1 send for another box. and keen tbvin in the
' lir.llollov.ay has cured my lieadacaj but
Was chrome. ' '
"I gave one ol your Pills pi my balie lor chol
era morbus 1 he dear liltis thing Kot wiU iu
My niuiHt.nf a morning Is now cured "
a.olir box ol lloilowuv's tlliitrneiit eiin-,1 1110
of noint-s in Itie hcttd. 1 ruhl-nt soine of your
Ointment Isihind tin-cars, und the noiM-has left."
' vii'l me two boxes: 1 Want une fur a noor
1 inclose a tlolbir; your erice is 2 , cents, but
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"send nie live hones of your l'lbs "
"lt lue have three lioxcs of your l'ills by re
turn mail, lor chills and rover "
1 have over vt such testiiinui nils asthtse, but
Want ol i.uM.-e coii.is ls me to conclude.
For Cutanoous Disorders'
Aid all crupliun of the skin, Jt In; ointment Is
moil invaluable. It does not lit ul externally
alone, but pent irate with the most starching
clli-cislo the very toot of tlie evil.
Inv i-i 1 il a j ; 1 1' j ' 1 i a g dlse uc
Disorder of tha Kidneys.
In ull dlsesi'ea uiri-ctlng these oruans, whether
tbe, secrete too much or too little Water; or
w licthi-r they Ire ulllictcd u ilb s( ,ne or gravel, or
W.1I1 aches .ind miiis setlliil 111 the loins over the
regions of the kidneys, these Pills should I ta
ken according o the f.riitt 1 directions, and the
Ointment should Is- Wi ll rublfcd into the small ol
the hack ul bt-,1 time. '1 les tivalmi-nl w ill give
nliuoit iiumisliatc r- l.ei v. hen ..11 oth r nn aiis
have la, lul.
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il lo a healthy action ;thci are woiiderfiilly ethck
cioiis Iu cu.-wn of i-m-iu fact they ueverlail 111
curing ull disorders o. the Im-r and stomach.
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