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Tbcleadlngfkientlataol to-any agree that moat
eilacaaei aro caused by disordered Kldnuye or I.iv.
or. If, therefore, the Kidney and Liver ar kept in
J Ilia truth ha ouly been kuowu abort time and
i, M.M,,.io ini:rea great agony without lie
Inea lie to and reliel. The discovery of Warner's
tt. 1 1 . ' mii uum a new era ID
' Km. I . tiuuuii.n. maun irom a
- f lnipla tropical leaf of rare value, it routalua Juat
"v"'" j " ai'nu aua invigorate
both of these great oraMna. and safely restore and
aw-'P ihrm In ordr. It l a 1'OHITl VK HKMKDV'
forellthe dlseaaua tbeleauim unine In the lower
p.. ,u. noui-ior inrpn MVerHeailrhea-
JjHltlHlrMlliwlr..u.a 1 1 .... I li . . ...
7, , ","",,l7","-"wr, Ague .naia-
jik! rv r, ami all dtfflcultlea of the Kldtmyi, l.ivur
ii u tiiunr vr'iui.
It U an cxcnlltini nd Mfu remwi y for fcmitlvii dur-
lnif I'rfvniinrv ft tvilW.it.i.i u..i......i. . j
, . m -..v u'iiiiui Julian USI Mill HU(J
U tiivaluible for Lo corrlir or Ulluiff uf (bo
Aa a Blood Portlier It la unequalod, for It curca
the organe that make tbe blood.
"It eaved my llfe."-K. B. Lekely, Hcliua, Ala
"It la the remedy that will cure the many dis
eases rieculter to women."-Motlier'e Magaiinu.
'It ban pa.ned eevuro teta and won endorac
menu from rime of the hluhct medical talent in
tho country." New York World.
"No remedy heretofore dlacovered can lie held
for one moment In comparison with It " Kn. C
A. Harvey, ) D., Washington, D. C.
This Remedy, which haa done such wonder, la
put tip b the LAHOKST bIZKD BOTTLKS of any
medicine upon the market, and i aold by druggists
and all dneler at ll.tftper bottle. Kor Diabetes,
enquire for U'AKNBK S HAFK DIABETES tTKK
It li a POSITIVE Heraedy.
H. 11. WARNER I CO., Rochester, N Y.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAMi
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'3
For all Female Complaints.
Tbla prapvaUno, aa IU mm nguifie. eonaijta o(
iULte ITuiiwtM Uul an hrmlai to Uu molt dl
teaw tBTmUd. I'poo one trial tbe mriu of thla Com
puond vtll b raoutrouad, a relvf ia l.nmedlt and
b IU UMla ontiatiMl, Id unX Din cm la a hen.
dnid, apnnaiintrmuielfrctdjUiuuau)df will tee
Utf. Oft account el provra merlU, It U U-4ij r
ootnmradad aad pmrnbH by tbe beat pbdcUni la
It will rur entlrolr tb wrt form ot fftlllnf
of the nlrnu, UocorrbiM, Irrrtrular and puafal
KwtnuUloii,aUOTuluTnabk, lalUmmatlao aod
VWrmtloo, rkmdinci, all IiUpuwrawnte and th coo
nquMiltpluU wrksM,and il npruUly adttd to
tba CUia of lit. It will bolre and eipH tumor
frmiMUWiulnanfrlrUffof lnl'ipnirnt. The
(eadxnrr to nancrmubumon there la checked very
apMdlly bj Ha am.
In fact It haa pmred n ba th freat
al and beat rrnMMiy that haa arer been dlacoter
ed. It pernwl every portion of tba jratm. and a'
atroTi all cravliig for atlmulanU, and rellave wakaa
Kctiraanioatln, nertachw, Hcrroua Prortratlon,
. 0MralDebUn7,8kpliiina, Deprvaalon and Indl
laatloa. Tnat fwrlnar of bwln( down, nuialng pain,
wlgto and backaebs, la alwajra pannaaanUr ennd by
lie uee. It will at all Umr. and undrrall ctrconutaa
eat, art In baraooy with tba law tbal govarna tba
For Kidnej Complaint of olthr era thla compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
lnpraparadatCBandfUvVaaUrnAvwnae. Lynn, Haea.
rYtoell.OO. Btx bottlae for 1640. Sent by mail In the
form of plUa, alao In Uie form of toconitaa, on receipt
of price, I.O0, per boa, for either. Mra. IINrfHAM
freely anawan all leMera of Inquiry. Send for pam
phM. Addraaaeaaljova JKmlioa IHu paptr.
He family aboukl be without I.TDIA E. I'lNKRAM'
LiTCR riUA They cur Conitlpation, BUlouiuata
aadTonadltT of the IJrer lacrniaiwr boi.
K MlK UV UHUUOISIS.
RICHARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholesale atseiii for LYDIA K. 1'INRUAM'H
To Nervoni SulTerors-TIiB (irwit European Rn
fdv-l'r.J. B. SimimoirgKifolllc Medlclnf.
Dr. J H rllmimon'a Speclflo Mediclnu I a pod
ttveenre for 8permaUrrhun, Impottmuy, Weaknea
and all dlnvaaea rcanltliiK from Helf-Abuae. aa Nor
vnue Dfhilttv, Irrltahlllly, Mental Anxiuty,I,anuiior,
Laoaltiide, Ih'prewlon nfHplrllaand fnnrtlniiHl de
ranBcmente of the Nervoiia Kyateni Konerallv l'aln
i. tfi nr 8tdo. Loa of Memory, I'mmatnre Old
AK anddiaeaae l aaioaa. I
that lead to Con
ty and an early
grave, or both,
fjo matter how
ayatem may bo
from excoaaea of
any kind, a abort rjv"'" " . . '
cUrae of Ihl. medU.ewlll reatore in- .uno-
tlona and procure neaim .
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money. d-M n order. m
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tale Belt. Maude and ttuaponaorlo. to young men
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IndiTidaaiity in Homes.
Tlicre w ill lm a gi eat gam to your
house in individuality if you arrange
your own needlework for it. The car
p;iH, wall-anor, furnituro. and prob
ably the picturon and othnr art orna
nxjiils are the product of other people's
minds. It can scarcely bo otherwise,
but it is much more ca.sy that the em
broidery should be the product of your
own thought; it will then be unique
and give an air of originality that can
never be attained through the intelli
gence of others. Heing unique, the
work is, in its degree, priceless, and it
ij a standing protest against the power
of mere wealth, seeing that it is en
riched, not by silk aud gold and other
men's toil, but, the power of art and
your own expenditure of time and
thought. It is, if you have contrived
it honestly and by your own lights, a
true product of your own taste and cul
ture, aud it will lust to be a monument
of the things that in your time were
loved and sought after, when you have
gone to look ou thoMe beauties that as
yet eye hath not seen, and of which
the fair things of earth are but fore
The Wealthiest Ohinaman in New York.
Tom Lee is a short, alender man of
modest manner, and of aa extremely
retiring disposition. He wears a stiff
Derby hat, into the crown of which he
pokes bis queue. This causes the hair
on the back of his head to stand out
like the quills of an angry porcupine
or tho hair on a cat's back rubbed the
wrong way. Ha has a tiny black mus
tache, and a sparse growth of wiry black
hair on bis chin. He wears a diamond
pin in in old-fashionei scarf, and an
eight-ounce gold wateb-chain dangles
frum llio third hnUin of bis waistcoat.
He ii well-to-do; owns three tea farms
in.China.and is worth a few thousands,
perhaps. He is a very influential man
among Chinamen. He is a Christian,
a citizen, a deputy sheriff, and is mar
ried to a girl wlxrwas born down town
somewhere in that neighborhood. She
has born niin a lovely littlo daughter,
of whom Tom Lee is justly very proud.
He talks pigeon English, but he dress
es as you and I il, except that lie
wears Ids queue. Very many anwng
the 3,000 Chinese in New York retain
their pig-tails, uot because they cannot
go back to China without them, or be
cause any heathen notion about them,
but because a good many Chinamen
who were cigarette or cigar makers n
Cuba have come here from Cuba with
out llicir queues. They were rid of
thoso appendages iu Cuban prisons,
where they were sent for wrongdoing,
and it is considered best by respectable
Chinamen uot to cut off the queue, so
as to obviate tho necessity of explain
ing where and how it disappeared.
English critics deny Mr. Richard
Grant White's assertion that tbe prac
tice of carrying concealed firearms un
der tho coat-skirts is quite as common
in their country as in America, and
say English tailors will bo surprised to
learn that they are in the habit of ask
ing their customers whether they will
have "pistol poekels" in their trousers.
Little Johnny had been caught by
his aunt teasing a fly. "Johnny," said
she, "supposing some great beast a
thousand times bigger than yourself
should tease you and eat you all up"
"I hope," said Johnny "he'd feel as
bad as I do when I swallow a tly."
A Valuable Experience.
Few men aro better known throughout
tho Methodist denomination than I). W.
liar tine, I). J., M. 1). Speaking of a most
critical incident in his life, he said: "Some
time since I lound myself salTcring from
what is known as Albuminuria. By tho
use of reliable test I found albumen in tho
urine, and in somo slight degree in a lew
instances in a coagulated state. I Buffered
from dropsy, particulary about the ankles,
slight pains Hlwut tho kidneys, a derange
ment of digestion, irroat drvnnsa if ihn aWm.
attunes much thirst, and of courso a grad
ual failing of strength. This was about
the state of things when I commenced us
ing Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure.
I took about bix tablospoonsfuls every day
for a wook, when I found all my symptoms
decidedly improved, and at tho end ot two
weeks it was difficult to detect any traco of
albumen. Having imprudently taken cold,
I hail a very slight relapse somo two weeks
ago, when I began again using tho medi
cine, and am now as well as ever." The
doctor's symptoms are as common as head
ache, and yet, unless taken in time, they
may lead to the worst results, which tho
remedy abovo named will certainly prevent.
Ladies who appreciate elcgnnco and
purity aro UBing Parker's Hair Balsam. It
is tho best articlo, sold for restoring gray
bftir to its original color and lieauty.
t '!'!.- 1.. lf..L I A " .
Jim jMiguan mwguage has nerer
been equal to finding a word to presi
uiiic i lie America fi nave now kind
ly supplied tho dohitency by giving us
inn wuni "Bimppv. i a aeail-and-alivo
young man Is said to. have no "snan."
whereas a bandbox Wirnod out young
girl, with whlto teeV coral lips, pink
unupiuu unuuna, iufc-a nair and white,
son nanus, is closer., " decided
ly unappy maiden-,K jdon Truth.
Voting in Canada.
i here aro some good objnef.i to be at
tained by the secreev of tha hnllnt.
but they are defeated by tho system of
conducting elections, under which tho
polls are surrounded by partisans from '
wiiom mo voter ns to obtain his ballot
aim In whose presence hn haa tn rant. It.
Tim method of voting in Canada, whore
ma voter, passing from public sight
mucin a ujnru wnoro no is turn isnea by
an ollicial with a ticket of each party,
ineucn passes u a second room, where
unobserved ho selects tho ticket ho
wishes to vote and destwyg the other,
arid then entering a thiffl room depos
its tne ballot and passes out, is tho
bot method extant for securing not
uui,y a nacres dui a nee and innepen
dent ballot. It ought to bo adopted
every where. Trenton American.
Bereaved But Proud.
"Has any yo' young gemraen done
seen my Pete?" inquired an elderly col
ored lady of the F.aglc'n combined lo
cal staff Friday afternoon.
"What was he, a cow?" asked one
who bad been disappointed about boinc
sent to the races.
"Don' yo' trifle with my feelin's!"
said the old woman, indignantly.
"Don' none o' yo' young gemraen go
laceratin' around mo. l7s in trouble,
and 1 don' allow no tunny business
about me when I's sufferin'. Now,
tole mo ef any o' yo' done seen my
"What have you lost, a ferryboat?"
persisted the disappointed reporter.
"I done tole yo oncet! Bolter look
car' yo'self ! When I's in mo'nin', I
don' let no gemmen fool wid my grief.
I kim y'ar kase I s'posed de noospaper
done seen eberyting, and I's buntin'
my Pete. Ef yo' aint wen bim tell it.
but be car'ful how yo' han-y ray sorrer.
Watch wide, now. Psgazin'!"
"Is he your husband?" inquired an
Bang! came the dame's umbrella
over his head.
"Fa'r warnin'! I done gin yo' fa' r
warnin'! Ef yo' think vo' can ta'r un
dis weepin' niter's soul when she's
broke down wid pinin' arter lost ones,
yo is skmmn yer shin on de wrong
"Maybe it was your son. madam."
auggestod the city editor.
Vhack: And ho got it across tho
"Yo' can't do no monkey shines wid
me, if yo' is a newspaper," panted the
enraged darkey. "Jist kase I'm around
on funeral business, yo' can't play no
roots on my sufferin' 6. I's talkin! Watch
"What have you lost?" queried tho
managing editor, disturbed by tho up
"I done lost my Pete, and I kim down
to see ef do noospaper hail wen him
What was Peter?" asked the editor,
Peti-l" what was Pote? He was my
haw?! Done had him sence he was a
leetlo pig, and now be got away. Yo'
"No, I haven't," said the editor,
gravely; "but I am sorry for you. None
of us have seen him."
"Dat's talkin' like a gemman. No
low down about dat yar. Now I go
hunt my Pete wid some comfort Lend
me a chew o' snuff, and kick them
brutes what wauted to insult my lost
And the outraged dame hobbled
away fn search of him who was moro
to her than husband, son or ferryboat
A Judge of Character.
A few of the broad distinctions of
physiognomy depend on the firms of
the features, but all its nicer shades
have far more to do with expressions;
and ia tbis, indeed, the real character
is often seen where the conformation
of the foatures seems to contradict it.
There are some general aud well-known
rules for the determination of physiog
nomical character, as far as it has to
do with tho shapes of the features; the
aquiline nose and eye, for instance, be
long to the heroic class, thick lips to
the sensual, and thin to tbe selfish; yet
these may all be liable to many excep-tions--tbe
first certainly are; for Nel
son, Wolfe, Turenne, and many other
heroos had nothing of tho eagle physi
ognomy. It is natural to associate
beauty with goodness, an -i ugliness
with wickedness; and children gener
ally do this. But an acquaintance with
the world soon shows us that bad and
seliish hearts may be concealed under
the handsomest features, and the high
est virtues under the homeliest; and
that goodness may even consist with
conformations of fuco absolutely ugly.
We then begin to look for the charac
ter in the expression rather than in the
forms of the features, and to distin
guish assuniod expressions from natur
al ones; and so we go on, and, as we
grow older, become bettor physiogno
Only Playing It-
In the garden two six-year-old child
ren, a girl and a boy, exchange vigor
ous blows and scratches, moanwliile
calumniating each othor at tho top of
their voices Tiko Homeric heroes.
Mamma interferes, and aftor much
diflleulty, succoods in separating them.
"What in the name of goodness aro
you unto, you unhappy little wretches ?'
"Playing husband and wifo, ma P"
. Mr. Maurice Lo Breton, a brother of
Mrs, Liingtry, has just boon killed in
Ijidia in circumstances as painful ns
thoso of tho death of Lord Edward St
Manr, somo years ago. Ho was shock,
lngly worried by atlgor which isundor
stood to have dragged him out of a
tree, and, although he survived a week,
tnere never was any hope ot his re.
covory. He w welf known in India
as a mighty uuntor," was a younjr
man of great promise, and had only
lately boon decorated w t!,r n j,
(or his service, in Afchiia, -
A Little Mianrint
Ho walked Jnt
hg, iay the Meubcnville Jkrald, look
ing much like a man pretty well satls
liod with gonoral rosults,and said; "Can
I seo the editor?" Ha waa shown that
eminently useful adjunot to a newspa
per at on.. "Goocf morning, sir," he
cheerily hogan. "Mornin'," said the
editor. "I camo in,", he proceeded,
"to toll you of a misprint In tbe pa
rnr. "YesP What is it?" "Well,
you see I aent a notice around yester
day that Mr. Smith had just been mar
ried, and your compositor, I see, haa
(jot it, 'Mr. Siuith has just been mar
tyred,' but I guess itdou't hardly mako
enongh difference to change it" The
editor i scratched hi head a minute, and
thought of house-cleaning, ami other
lemalo eccentricities, and told tho vis
itor of course it didn't, and ha went
away whistling, "Why should the spirit
Of mortal hn
. J1 VU' I 1
No Use Chiselling,
The other day while old Skidmore
was strolling through the Odd Fellows'
cemetery, he came to what was evi
dently a new inclosure, ovor the ra'ling
of which a baldheaded man was loaning
and gazing, with what might bo called
lively resignation, at a simnln mnrhia
slab in the center. This stone bore the
somewhat curt inscrlntion: "Flam li.
J. B. Diffey, aged 41." "Relative of
yours?" said old 8., pausing svmDa-
thetically. "Wife." explained the wid-
ower, with a beaming smile: 4,got her
nnder yesterday week, at 4.15 p. m."
Skidmore was disiruslod at tba mnn'a
cheerfulness, so he said: "Well, if it
Was niV Wife, it tnami tn ma VA nf
. , e.uw V4 IJUb
more of an inscription over hnr fhnn
that. A trunk label would contain moro
information than that stone." "Daro
ssy, dare sav." renlied the anrvivinor
Diffey, "but you don't happen to
know Mrs. 1)., I reckon, eh?" Had rmr.
the pleasure." "Pleasure! creat Scott!
Well, if you had known her. vou would
understand how I feel about tho matter.
My friend, the chisel won't do her any
good." And with a smile like an elec
trie light in a fog the bereaved party
unbuttoned his ulster and made a hi fint-
for a passing car.
Kidney Complaint Cured.
B. Turner, Rochester. N. Y.. wrirea: "I
have been for over a year subiect to aermn
disorder of the kidneys, and often unable
to attend to business; I procured vourHrm-
rjocit Blood Bittkks and was relieved be
fore hall' a bottle was usefl. I intend to
continue, as I feci confident that they will
entirely cure me. Price $1.00, trial bottle
Mothers ! Mothers ! ! Mothers ! ! !
Are you disturbed at nitrht and broken
of your rest by a sick child sufferinc and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
iee-u i ii so, go ht once ana get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothinrr Svrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
I who has ever used it, who will not tell you
I at once that it will regulate the bowels,
j and give rest to the mother, and relief and
! health to tho child, operating like magic.
" yenctwy saie io use in an cases, anil
pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion or one of the oldest aud best female
, physicians and nurses in the United States.
bald everywhere. 05 ocnte a bottle
; 1 (.ateut ,Jjmtblo UAIUIOW ia Iki-
lievi-.d to be the best, as well as the cheap
en harrow that hss ever been offered to the
farmer. I sell a first class standard two
horse harrew that will easily harrow 20
acres in a day, for ten dollars, all complete.
They can be ordered by letter and shipped
according to directions warranted to give
satisfaction. Or, if a farmer wishes to
make it at home and save freight, and give
is just the size and weight he wants, I will
tell the plan with instructions and right
to make one, and send it by mail tor one
dollar. If village mechanics wish to make
it to supply their customers, I will give
them very favorable terms, and they will
have in addition the advantage gained by
saving freight. It is very simple and easy
to make. Send for circular and price
tlis. . Hutchinson, Origgsville, Pike Co
Burklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve iu the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulscrs, salt rheum, fever sores,
eltcr, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
very case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Obo. E. O'IIara
Ail Old Friend.
He was alllicted with a lamo back and
general debility; he was recommended
Thomas' Eclectric Oil which cured him a
once. This famous specific is a positive
remedy for bodily pain. Pual O. Scucu,
PUT IT TO PROOF.
At a time wnen tho community is flooded
with so many unworthy devices and
concoctions, it is refreshing to
tind something that is beneficial
and pure. So conscious aro the proprie
tors of Dr. King's New Discovery lor tho
Consumption ol tho worth of their reme
dy, they offer all who desire, a trial bottle
free of charge. This certainly would bo
disastrous to them did not tho remedy pos
sess the remarkablocurative powers claimed
Dr. King's New Discovery for tho Con
sumption will positively euro asthma, bron
chitis, stubborn coughs, colds, phthisic,
quinsy, honrseness, croup, or any affection
of tho thioator lungs. As you value your,
existence givo this wonderful remedy a trial
by calling on Geo. E. OTlara, Druggist
Cairo, Ills., and obtaining a trial bottle free
of charge, or regular sized bottles,! 1.00.(1)
Our Glorious Independence.
What can be more glorious than to bo in
dependent of suffering, caused by dyspep
sia, indigestion, constipation, sick headache,
or other diseases emanating from tho stom
ach. This can easily bo gained by a time
ly ue of Burdock Blood Bittkiis. Prico
$1.00, trial size 10 cents.
Mrs. A. N. Frank, 177 Wesl Tupper
Street, Buffalo, N. V., says Bhe has used
Thomas' Eclectric Oil for severe toothache
and neuralgia, and considers it tho bent
thing she knows of for relieving pain.
Paul O. dchuh, Agent.
AUGUST 14, 1881.
Use tllO Pantairranh Tlinder. Govern fnrn.
whed free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by Thsi CArm. Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill eadg and
other printed gtationery.
Johki'ii DuRRiNi.uiuiKii, Broadway, Buf
falo, was induced by his brother to try
Thomas' Eclectric Oil for a sprainod ankle;
and with half a dozen applications ho was
enaoien to walk round again all
Paul 0. Hchuh, Agent.
Thk highest hopes and interest of the
race rest on the purity, health and strength
ol womanhood. We take pleasure in refer
ring our readers to the remarkahln nffipapw
of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound in all that class of diseases from
which women suffeF so much.
HTOVK8 AND TIN WARS.
gTOVES! STOVES! I
ALL S0ETS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ol and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS Of JOB W0BK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - . Illinois
MILL AND C0MMIHSI0N.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mil ls
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
fJAIRO CIT FERRY CQ.
On and after Monday. June 7th, and nntll further
notice tneferry boat will make trlpa aa follower
Liana Liina inria
Foal Fourth at. Mlaaourl Land g. Kentucky Ld g.
8:00 a. m. 8:30 a. m. 9 a. m.
10:00a. in. 10:30a.m. 11 a.m.
3:00p.m. 2:30p.m. 3 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. S;00p.m.
2 p.m. 2:30 p.m. Ip.m
WOO It YAKD.
ljt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kiudlius
conatantly on baud
At Seveuty-flve cents per load.
4 .-. rri
u w v u .a.
At one dollar per load.
Tho "trlmmlngi"are coarse shavings aud maka
uie mm rammer wooa i or cooking purposes aa wall
as the cheapest ever aold In Cairo. For black
fmlth'a naelnetttna tlrns. th
Leave ynor ordera at the Tenth itreet wood yard
OPENED JUNE FIRST.
11 11 auuaion in rone county, Illinois, in a spur
of tho Ozark Monntalna, half way between Vienna
Surroundings aro Delightful
AIU COOL AND BRACING,
fCK IN ABUNDANCE. Tho table la apread
1 with all the delicacies of th season. Th
water are mineral, apputlaitig and health giving,
and their beneficial effect a arv felt Immediately.
J. K. UKOWN, Proprietor.
Th moat astonishing nure of DyaenUiry and
lilarrho, both among ctalldreu and aalulla, ara
dally repurted by the uaa of
' Dixon'i Blaokberry OaiminatWe.
11 appear to he a aovarelgn remMy.
Hold by all drugglat lu lb UnlUid Btata and
cai&o ami xkw Madrid paceit.
TO NEW MADRID.
W. J. TURNER, Maeter.
J. K. MUSE, Clork.
Lravea Cairo for New Muilrld and war Dolnta
avory Tuoaday, Thuradav and Saturday at 8 n m
rteturnlug luavea New Madrid Wedneeday, Friday
and Monday at 7 a.m. j. uy,
For frulglit or paasage apply to
JAMES MUGS, Agent.
HEROES OF THE PLAINS,
BV J. W.BTJKL.
Embracing tbe Llveiand Wonoorfnl Adventure
Wild Bill, Buff alo Bill, Kit Carson, Capt
Payne, Capt. Jack, Texas
Jack, California Joe.
And other colobrated Indian Ffjrht re Bconta
Hnntera and Ouldea. A book of thrilling e Ten
tiirea on the philna. Fight with Indiana! Grand
buffalo hnntal Dap..r,,te adventitree! Narrow
ShE h w,OBaM,ooUnB and rTdlnal 'wild
Ife In he Inr wont! W) UVuatratlonel 18 full.
E. n0n.Pitt,! Th? PMl hook for aKen a
ever pnbliehed. po.ltrvolv out.ella everything
itSOcta. Outfit, and copy fur , rr-Wrlte at
pneeforAgonrT.or tenna and llWtrated
UKICAL PiBLlSMINlini. no M
StU afreet, tit
I'ubllc notice la hrrohv at Win that In n
... ... w ..... . ,uu euuirea m and by
the county court of Alexander county, atate of Til j
nole.nt the June term Ihnrenf.A. I)., ibri, lnacer
tain cause wherein .Iju-iih uwi. ..
nr an n..li. a,iH iluflu.a ... . .1 .. i . . . . . .
of tho catate of William M. Atberton, deceaaed
waaplaimtlf. and Juda Athertnn. Kr.ni.n ;.k.
ton, Thomaa J. Crali'. Maria. I RliuU Cr.n,. u
Atberton. Kebccca J. Atherton, Hezekiah M. Athi
erton.Lulu J. Atherton, William J Atherton
Thomaa I) Atherton, Bllaabeth Wlckur, Elijah M.'
P(ftlF It lion Vllllnn UMik ..J "
gji U Cri, CrVl A-llcfST
fopb U;,n ahCraK,arCd?.dnW!
Lulu J. and William J . Atherton.wtfreffidant.
I. thonnderaltrned. aaanch atlmlnlatratoraforeaatd
will procoeil to aell the aoiitb eaat quartor of the
aouth wet quarter of motion nuniber twenty-atx
(X) and the went half of tbe north eaat quarter and
tho eaat half of tho north weal quarter of aectlon
nnraborlhlrty-nvoCi.'.), all Ir townnhlp number
nncen (ir.)aorlh raniro number taro Ci), weat of the
thfl third principal mirbllan, In Alexanrtor
countv. atalo of Iliinola, on Thuraday, September
flmt Ixhi, at eleven o'clock In the forenoon, at the
railroad atation honae In "Hodgce Park," In enld
county. The u:rm of aalo are one-half caah down
and the other halt In one year with tlx percent In
terest, eocnred by note and mnrtsARe on p emlnea
aold. And at the aame time and place, tbe nnder
Ik'in rl aa auch ailminiatralnr. will sell at public
"uie the following doarrlbed lota In tho town of
'Hodcea 1'ark," In enM cauntv, namely: Lot num
ber aeven (?) in block nnmher four ((); Iota nnm
lierafiniraiiilBlx(4)anil((i)n block number five
(r); lota number four Mi ard
elcbl (b) In blink numlier alt
(); Iota number elcbt(H) and ten (10), in block
number auven (7); lot uumlxir eight (8) In block
number fourteen (14)! lot number aeven (?) In
block number fifteen (15); lota number one (1)
and three ,8) ln blor.k number aeventeon; lot num
ber five(S) lu block number twenty-ono (it): lot
number aix (ii) In block number twenty-two (22), In
pursuance of a docree and order of aaltl county court
niadear.ieuteredat tbe Julyterm thoreof, A, D.,
1NW), In a certain caae wherein the earns parties
above named were plaintiff and defendant!. Said
lota to be aold on the aame term aa above speci
fied, except where tho sale la lor a aum not x
ceedlng ten dollars; the aame must be paid at the
time of the purchase. Said aalea are lobe made
for the purpose ol paying debt of the said estate.
, , o. .. JACOB RIOOLK.
Jnly26, 18S1. Admlnlatrator, etc
jyjORTGAGE SALE OF iiKAL ESTATE.
Vo"n'tfo7iueM?!i'!. Von Boojie. and Cao
mortgage deed, dated th eleventh day of March
A. v.. 1H78, and recorded in th offlc of the'
recorder of deeds within and for th connty of Al
exander, In the atate of Illlnole, on th thirtleih
day of March, A. D., 187B. m book 10 of tbe deed
records of said county on oatr Hi! etc. old
to Klchard Cowan, of the city of Philadelphia, lu
theatata of I'ennsvlvanla. aa mortirairee the nrmi.
aea hereinafter described to aecure the payment of
aix thousand aix hundred aud aeven ty five
dollar (lotir.'i.nO) due the said Richard Cowan two
years after the date of said mortgage with Interest
thereou at the rate of aix per ceut. per annum,
payable uuil-nnunally from the date of aald mort
gage until paid.
And wheren.v It waa provided in aald mortgage
tbattn caae of default for the period of aixty days
In ths payment of said aum of money ao aecured
by aald mortgage or any part thereof or the Inter
est tbereon or any part thereof at the time or time
limited for tbe payment thereof by the terms of said
mortgage, that the eaid Klchaid Cowan, hla heir,
execulora, administrators or assign, might sell the
premlaea dearrlbed in said mortgage under the
power contained ln the aame for the pirpoaea
And wliepjaa default baa been (made for more
than alxty iaya in the payment of th amount ae
cured by aald mortgage, both of the entire prlnci
pal aud of all interest, which haa accrued npou the
aame aiuta the dale of tbe execution of said mort-
And wherea tbe aald Kichard Cowan departed
this life testate on or about tbe twelfth day of June,
A. I) , 18VH aud letter of administration with th
will annexed were duly issued to the undersigned
by the county court of Alexander county, In the
state of Illinois, on the twenty-eighth day of July,
A. I)., 18H1. upon the ealate of hi-i, the aald Kich
ard Cowan, deceaaed.
And whereas the aald Caroline K. Von Roquea
did by deod duly executed after th execution, de
livery and recording of aald mortgage, convey all
her rUht, title and equity of redemption ln and to the
property embraced in aald mortgage to one Bol
nrook St. Juhn Chandler,
Now, therefore, public notice I hereby given,
that In pursuance of aald mortgage deed and by
virtue of tbe power and authority Ty said deed vea
ted lu the admlnlatrator of the eatate of aald Kich
ard Cawan, deceased, tbe undersigned admlnlatra
tor aa aforesaid, will on Thursday, the fifteenth
(lit) day of September. A. I)., IHH1, at the hour of lu
o'clock a. in. of aald day, at the a uth-weaterly
door of the court house, In th city of Cairo, coun
ty of Alexander and atate of Ililnoi. sell at public
venduo to lb highatt bidder forcach the premise
meutloned ln laid mortgage deed and described
aa followa, namely:
Lota numbered one (I) and two (2), in block
number two CI).
Lot number four H) and Ave (3), ln block num
ber five (5).
Lots twenty nln(2U). thirty (:l), thlrty-on (SI)
aud thirty -two (W In block twenty-eight (&',
Lot thirty (SO), thlrtv ono (Sl)aad thirty ewe (Stf)
In Mock twenty-nine (iMD.
Lot two CJ in block tlilrtv six.
Lot thirty seven (ST), thlrtv olfthl (38) and
thirty-nine (Sl) in block lorly-se van ( ii ).
Lotatwrntv nlnoo.il) and th ty (30) in block
Lois iftvuB (IS) and sixteen (1(1) In block seventv-
LntsthroeCl), aix (til, tweivo (13), tnirtaon (1J
and fuurteen (14), In block aeventv two 172), all in
flated In th dtv of Cairo, con 11 tv of Alexander.
and atate of Illinois, together with all and aingnlar
th tenement, hereditaments and appurtenance
thereunto bulouging, and all tbe right, title and
cqultvof redemption of the ald Adolph Ton
Hon ues and Caroline E, Von Koines, grantor in
aald ttinrtiratre deed aud of th laid Holbrook Bt .
John Chandler, as assignee of the said Carellne K,
Von Koque and of each and everv their hlra and
aaalgm therein. There will be due on the said
dav of sale upon the dubt secured bt aald aaort-
age deed, tne aum ot levon tnonaana evn hun
red six dollars aud iilntt cent (17706.801 baatda
the costs and expense of tale.
With th will annexed of the estate of Klchard
August 10, 18HI.
INSTANT PAHN RELIEF
U a wonderful and Immediate eur for all ackea
nrChoiimatlsro, Naoralgla, eadacae. laf''
ache, Cut, flrulie. Hprlni "e-
Sold it all DruggUW.
Wholoaal depot M John St. S. Y.
send for circular.