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Improving tho Tigure.
The projrartion of my sex with ftslight
curvature of the spirit', one shoulder or
liip higher thun llio otlinr, or Home oth
t;r irregularity, is bo great, that any
ircs.sniaktr will tdl you, ways a New
York letter, that fitvy An' hnvo two
niuVs exactly nliko in shape. On tliiit
basin of fact on entrprisiur woman has
undertaken to build up a business not
by priding and prosing to lorcu sym
metry, but on tho theory that gymnas
tics will remedy the fault if properly em
ployed. She hiw oH!i;d a small private
gymnasium, in which lijrht Indian, clubs,
dumb-bells, trapezes, ladders, and other
ftppliaDee for exerciso are provided.
The candidate for shaping in tirst care
fully examined, in order to determine
ex.u-lly her departures from true grace
and occuraey. Then the kind of exer
cise to develop the lacking spot i pre
scribed. If one hip is out of plumb,
winging from the trstpezo by the legs,
accompanied by a nwaylng from side to
side, is recommended. If round shoul
ders are the blcniUh, club-swinging and
hanging by the hands from ring are
the proper excrefces. How much real
improvement can thus be accomplished
I do not know, but I have no doubt it Is
considerable. The exercise is gtod, at
least; and it would be wise for every
f irl or woman to swing a light pair of
ndian club in her room on getting out
of bed in the morning, before putting on
any clothes to interfere with the freo
movement of the arms and shoulders.
This practice U coming iuto vogue a
little, but nowhere near as fast as it
ought in. Let any vigorous young wom
an try it, ftnd find out how good it feels
to get herself into a state of glow and
expansion, and ahe will continue it if
she has half an ounce of vim. After
fitting into a perspiration, flop into a
lath-tub full of warm water, rub your
elf lry with a coarse towel, and (here
you are for a day freo from headache
m m i
Manifestations of Fear.
It U suid that the Emperor Charles
the Fifjh, reading an ojiitaph, "Here lies
one who never knew fear," remarked,
"Then be never snuffed a candle with
his lingers." It is certainly a somewhat
absurd, though n favorite claim of the
popular hero, that "he never knew fear."
r.'o one possessing human nerves and
brain could say this with truth, says the
Loudon Iktity yew. That a brave man
never yields to the emotion may be true
enough; but to say that at no period of
bis life he experienced fear is simply im-
jMissible. As Lord Lytton expresses it:
"It shame man not to f ol man's mortal fear.
It sbaim-a man only If that f cur subdue."
There is a storv of a young recruit in
the Thirty Years' War going into action
for the tirst time in his life in the high
eat spirits. "Look at Johann,'' remark
ed one of bis comrades, as tho troops
were drawn up ready to charge, "he is
full of jokes; how. brave be is."" "Not
at all," replied the veteran addressed;
"he knows nothing of what is coming.
You and I, old comrade, are far braver;
we sit still nn our horses though wo are
Fear certainly is ono of tho most irra
tional of the passions. It is not always
excited bv the presence of danger. Men
who can be cool and collected in cases
of real peril will tremble at some fanci
ful alarm. Tbo Duke of Schomberg
could face an enemy with ready cour
age, but fled from a room if he saw a
cat in it A very brave French oflieer
fainted at the sight of a mouse. Tho
author of the "Turkish Spy" states that
if he had a 6word in his hand he would
rather encounter a lion in the desert
than be alone in a room with a spider.
Many people have similar fanciful an
tipathies, which excite their fears in a
manner real danger would be powerless
to do. Fear of infection is a dread that
embitters the lives of many sensible peo
ple. There is a legend 6f an Eastern
dervisb, who, knowing that tho plague
was about to visit a certain city, bar
gained with the disease that only a spec
ified number of victims should fall.
When twice tho number perished, tho
plague explained ita apparent breach of
contract by asserting that "Fear killed
the rest" "In all times of epidemics doc
tors can tell similar tales. During the
great plague of 1005 'GG, an unfortunate
man died purely from fright; a practi
cal joker who met him in the street
pretended to discover the fatal "snots"
upon him, aud the poor man went noma
nnd died, not of tho disease, but of sheer
terror. A long obituary list might bo
compiled of tho victims of fear from the
criminal in the Middle Ages, who, ro-
1rievcd after be had laid his head on the
dock, was found to have died era the
axe could touch him; down to the poor
nun mentioned by Horace Walpole,
whose disreputable abbess literally
"frightened bor to death" by visiting
her at night, and tolling her that she was
dying. m f
Hannibal Hamlin at a Bull Fight.
Minister Hamlin, having somehow
strayed to a bull-light at Madrid, nnd,
after watching tho proceedings for a
while, said: "Those fellows don't know
how t handle a bull. Why any farm
cr'l boy down around Uangor would
know enough to put a ring in tho crit
ter1! nose nnd hitch a stick to it. Then
they could lead tho beiwt around as
handy as could ' be." San Francisco
"I can't very well express which it
what there-1 do not you arc very I
am. not, sir, insensible the fact is,"
said the dillldent man, suddenly called
to his feet for a speech Ht a public din
ner, "I can't make a speech, and I can't
any anytljug I would understand or you
would wish to hear; but- if it pleases
you to see ne blush and sweat, I will
Btaud,bej;o..ou, one-log; and, perspire Jor
the next ion lulnutoa." They let Uim OlT.
. American Woraon tho Best Prosed.
American women aro uiKtiiestioiiably
tho best dressed nowadays, nays tho Lon
don Daily Ncw. Why it should bo so
is a question too profound to enter on
here. Much and subtle analysis would
have to be expended ou tlmt problem.
One explanation which seems to lio on
the surface may be that while deciding
with authority on question of taste, and
fully competent to judge them, they
bring to tliii business a certain original
ity of conception and national freshness
of idea which pervades tho result, runn
ing it not only charming in iUidf but ex
actly suitable to tho wearer. American
women those at least who visit Europe
have generally the pull over English
women in money matters, and, as we
said before, they not only have the mon
ey to spend, but like spending it on
dress. Dut, besides that, there is a dis
cernment of the fitting, a happiness of
choice, w hich they bring to, rather than
fjnd in, tho studios of high art in dress.
High art, by the way, is woefully want
ed just now to ward off certain deform-,
ities the feniinino part of the human
race is threatened with. Tight lacing,
a vice always lying In wait, is now
openly advocated and enjoined. Tho
waist is to resemble in roundness and
harshness the mainmast of a ship, only
it must not be thicker than a spar. High
square shoulders are "in;" and ladies
whose graceful sloping lines were once
the admiration of the world, now insert
hoops of whalebone in their sleeves to
preserve unbroken the straight line
from the neck to the top of the arm.
attacks all classes, at all ages and at all
seasons of the year. As tho seed of this
terrible disease is in the throat it is direct
ly reached by Darbys Prophylactic Fluid
used as a gargle or by swabbing ouy the
mouth with a cloth saturated with the
Fluid. Articles u.-ed about the sick should
be rinsed in water contrining a small quan
tity of the Fluid, it will absolutely destroy
the germs of contagion,
Goto Paul O. Schuh tor Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are nnequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
On Thirty Day's Trial.
We will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Itelts and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for 30 dnys to voung men
and other persons afflicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, and many other
dis-ases. Illustarted pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Belt. Co.. Marshall, Micb.
TnE Rev. Geo. II. Thayer, of Rourhon,
Ind., pays: "Both tnvself and wife owe our
lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cure. 0
lo all who are sullering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervons weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cure vou, free
of charge. This great remedy was discov
ered by a missionary in South America.
Send a self addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Ionian, Station D, New York
Arjc vou madk miserable by Indigestion
Constipation, Dizziness, Irfs of Appetite,
Yellow Skin? ShiloL'i Vitalizer is a posi
live cure. 10
Allen's Brain Fxd positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. . 5 for 5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Br'
Deserving Aktici.ks ark always Ap
nikciated. The exceptional cleanliness of
Parker's Hair Balsam makes it popular.
Gray hairs are impossible with its occasion
Wry will tod cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
10 cents, 50 cents and $1. 11
Refined and educated women will some
times suffer in silence for years fromkidney
diseases or consumption and piles, which
could easily be cured by a package of Kidney-Wort.
There is hardly a woman to
be found that does not at some time suf
fer from some of the diseases for whtch
this great remedy is a specific. It is put
up in liquid and dry forms, equally effi
cient. Snrrin's Catarrh Remedy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Dipthcria and Canker
Mouth. - . 12
'Hackmetack,' a lasting and fragrant per
fume. Price 25 and 50 cents.
It is the HtiioiiT of Fom.y to wait un
til you are in bed with disease you may
get over for months, when you can bo
cured during the early symptoms by Park
er's Ginger Tunic. We have known the
sickest families mado the healthiest by a
timely use of this pure medicine. Ob
server. SniLOii's Cure will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping cough and Bron
chitis. ' . 14
Foil Dvsr-ErsiA and Liver Complaint
you will havo printed guarantee on every
bottloof Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails
to cure. 15
A Couch, Cold or Sore Throat
should bo Btopped. iNeglect frequcntl re
sults in an Incurable Lung diucaso or on
Buinption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach liko cough syrups
and balBams, but act directly on tho inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Tuhlic Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches havo been
recommended by physicians, and always
givo perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant uso for nearly
an entire generation, they havu attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
rentddieff of the ago;1'' Holdf at 85 cents -a
box every whore. -
A vasal injector fee with each bottle
of HhUuu'g Catarrh Remedy, price 50
Tns very best family medicine is
Wright's Indian Vetretablo Pills, which
cleanse tho bowels, purifv the blood, and
establish healthy action in the liver. (6)
Over 200,000 Howe Scales havo been
sold. Send forcatslogue to Borden, Selleck
& Co., General Agents, St. Louis, Mo. (3)
Indian Blood Syrup.
(A 1 r "5
ami A Hue
iicm, Nervous Debility
TI1E BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN I
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 187.0!
Thl Svnip pombmh vnrlea properties: It stim
ulatoi the plyallne Id the unllva, which converts
tl ftarcb atid UKir of Hie food Into bIocum. A
rtcflrleucy la ptyaune cannee wind ana touring ol
the fmxl In the PUimnch. If I be medicine jt uud
Immediately after eauug, the fermentation ol (wd
It acts npon the Liver.! '
It arts upon the Kidneys,
It Rcgnlates the Bowels,
It Parities the Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It ftomotei Digestion,
It Nourhhr, Strengthens and InvifSorate,
It Carries off the Old Blood and makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skin and Induces
It neutralise tbe hereditary taint, or Dotran in
the Mood, whl-h generate Scrofula, Ervalpilan.
ana ail manner 01 nmn viseatee ana internal Uu
There are no apirila employed in It mannfaetore
aud it can be taken by the moat delicate babe, or by
the iK-d and feeblo, care only being required In at-
leuti. n to direct ona.
Calva, Eenry Conaty, Ills.
I waeaufferng from Rick Headache and P'rr.l'
nep eo that I could not attend to itit nuuaeholrt do-
Ilea, and a abort trial of Or. i'lurk Jobnton'a Indi
an Blood Syrap effecluallr cured me.
ilKS HELEN ELKIN'S.
Waterman Station, DeEalb Co., Ills.
Thl to certify that Pr Clark Johnaon'a Indian
Blood Hynip baa cured me of Pain In tha Back. It
Is a valuable medicine. M Hh WUUD.
Centre mil. White Co., Ark.
ThU la to certify that I wae afflicted with Palpr
tatton of the Heart for many years I tried dittur
eut doctor. whoe prescriptions S)nded mora to
weaven me tnan tn'y aia to rtrengtncn. i ai laat
rea Ived to try Dr. Clark Jobnauu'e Indian Blood
(Sviup. which proved to bo a poallive cure not on
ly curing the ll. art DUc-site, but alto a nick lU-ad-acb
which bad been troubling me.
MKS MART A. KKAL.
I wan afflicted with Liver Compliant and Dyipep
aia and failed to get relief, altbongb uaine medi
cine from our beat doctor I commenced uaing
Dr. Jobneon a Indian Blood Svrtip. auuaahort trial
cured me. T. W. HlSlNG. Mollne, 111.
Thia certifies thnt Dr. Clark Jobnaon'a Indian
Blood 8yrup hue effectually cured tat of Dyapepsia.
Too much cannot be raid In pralae 0' It.
W. K. H IMMLIi, Bedford, Mo.
Avents wanted for the ante of the Indian Blood
Syrup in every town or village, in which I havo no
atjeut. Particular glvea ou application.
DHUG0IST8 SELL IT.
Libratory 77 Weat Sd at. H. T.
pAX pckchasek's NOTICE.
To Wm. Ilolmea, or ant olber peraon or persona
Yon are hereby notified that at a sale of real ea
tnta. in the conntv of Alexander and atate of IIII
nnla, held by the county collector of aaid county,
at the aonthweaterly door of the court houae In tha
city of Cairo, in aaid county aud state, on theitird
dayof Aognst, A. D. 1880, the nnderaigned, pur
chased the following described real estate alluated
In th cniiDty of Alexander and atate ofllllnof",
for the taxes due and unpaid thereon lor tbe year
A.I). lT9. together with penalties and coata; said
real estate being t-xed In the name of raid Wm
riolmea, to wit : The southwest of tbe northeast
of section seventeen (!"),! townahln Sfteen (13),
south range two (2) weat of the third principal me
ridian The time allowed by law for tbe redemption
of said real elate willexpiro on the 23rd bay of
Anguat, A. D. W'i JOUN GATES, purchaser.
Cairo. Ilia.. April 1 1 lb. A. I) im.
Btate of Illinois, ) In the Alexander Conn
si. ty Clrcu't court, iiay
Alexander county. J Term A. D. I8i.
Al zander Goldsmith, Ike W. Klaw and Charles
Schencr, firm of Ooldataith , KUw & Co. Plaint
Strauss & Co. Defendants.
Notice la hereby given that a ault by a'.tachment
has been commenced In eald cnrt In favnr of tho
abovs named plaintiffs aginst tbe eatate of said
defendanta for the sura c thra e hundred and ninety-five
dollars. iSow, therefore, unless said de
fendants ahall appear oo the first day of tbe next
term of said court, to be b olden at the court honae
In Cairo, on the 8th day of May, A. D, 1884 and
give bail and pleao as required hv law, Judgment
will be entered agnint them and th etate ao at
tached aold. ALEX. 11 IKVIN, Clerk.
Cairo, Illinois. March lat, 1882
Ukisif A Gilbert, Platntiffa Attorneys.
CittClbbk's Omoi, I
. Caibo, Ills.. Mar. 17th, IPSO, f
Public notice ta hereby t'lven that onTueaday the
18th day of April A. ! lfWi, a gonernl election will
be held In the city of Cairo, county of Alexander,
atate of Illinois, for iha election of one alderman
for the regular term of two years from each of the
five wu da of the. city.
For the purpose of aaid election poles will bo
opened at the following uamed placea, vlci
In the Flrat ward at the police headquarters in
rear oi Mm. Rosa White's bullulcg comer of Blxth
atrc.'i and Ohio levee.
lu the Second ward at liia onglne houae of the
Rough and Ready fire company.
In tho Third ward at the engine honae of the
ninernlan Art company.
In the Fourth ward, at tha Conrt Honae
And In the Fifth ward, at tho erglne houae of the
Anchor flro company.
Said election will be opon at elvht o'clock In tha
morning, and contlnno open until seven o'clock In
tho afternoon of eume day.
Br. S. Sllsb39's EstornalPileRemedy
' GiviilnsUttiMllof andiaanlnfalllbw
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Bout nyDtnimi'Ueverywnera, Prlee.M.OOp'r boj
prfiitiid ny mull Pattipk-a aent JYr to i'hyalDani
Ind III snftVreM. sy I K i-nitnedlj-r A Co. Mo SV
i XHkvut aitfto tmuiUUutluwa ot "AHUM
iS If fl S
AX PUnCHASEIfH N0TIC2.
To each and overv of th
named aud to any aud all
other persona lntur
a tea :
You ara hereby noltfled that at a salo of real ea
tate In tho eonnly of Aleaudurand staU of Illinois
hold at the south westerly door of the court hoiisa
lu the city of Cairo, In aaid county and atut by
the county collector or aaid county, on the 4rd day
of Augutf, A, D. VH), the undersigned became tha
purchaseraof (he following descrllted real estate
situated la said county and atate, for the taxes due
and unpaid (hemon for the year or years aa below
aet forth, together with penalties and costs due
thereon; said real estate helug taxed is the name
or names reaouetlvelv of the naraona herlnflr
mentioned, Ui-wlt: -
fc. O. Itica
n w of u
a e Vi of
. II. Wright
1877. 1H7B A
Geo. II. Marsh
A. II Irvla
John J. Ilarman
John . Hannan
Ai d that tilt time allowed bv law lor the ledum p.
lion of said premises will expire on the Jrd day of
August, A. li. lf3. K Cl'IXKY
Cairo, Ilia , April nth. 1881. Purchasers
rjlAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To A.J. I.olless. or any othi person or per
sona Interested; You are heiehy notified that at a
sale of real estate, in the county of Alexander and
statu of Illinois, held tr the county collector of
said couniy, at tbo aont bwesterly door of the court
house. In ihe cilv of Cairo, in eald county and
atate, ou the 1'Jth dav of August, A. D. 18H)tbe un
derpinned purchased the following described real
r stAteetttialed in the county of Alexander and ataie
of Illinois, for the taxes duo and unptld then on
for I he year A. 1) 17H, together with punultiea and
costs: said real estate being taxd in the name of
said A. J Lawless, to-wtt: the N. W. !i of sec
tion tt. in township It. south range twoUwuetofthe
third principal meridian. The time allowed by law
for the redemption of aaid real estate will expire
on the nth day of August, A. D litfri.
Cairo. Ills., April 13tb, A. I) 1882. Purcbaaera.
X PURCBASEB'8 NOTICE.
To Prcscott Bnrbank, or any other person or
persons IMererted: ion are hereby notlDea tlint
at a sale ot real estate, in the county of Alexander
and state of Illinois, held by the county collector
nf said conntv. at tho southwesterly door of tbe
court houae in the cttv of Cairo, in said county and
atate. on the 6ih day of August, A. I). IKtO. r'harlea
Ualigher.tbe undersigned, purchased the following
described real estate situated In the First
addition to tbe cltv nf Cairo, county of Alex
ander and atate of Illinois, for the taxes due and
nnpalrt thereon for the vear A. D. 187 187,
1877. 1H7S aud 187y. together with Denalt'.es and
costs; said real etate hoing taxed In the name nf
said Vreacott rmroinlc. tn-wit: iiotannmnertwen
two (22). twenty-three (iSli, twenty-foul (24;, thirty
(30) and thlrtv-one CM ), in block number twenty
six (i. In the Flrtt addition to the city of Cain
The time allowed bv law for the redemp
tion of said real estate will expire onthu fitu day
of August, A. 1). 1W.
CIUKLBS GALIOHER, Purchasor,
Cairo, Ills., April 13tb, A.D. 184.
rAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To Tavlor & Parson, or anv other peraon or
nersona interested: You are hereby notified that
at a sale of real estate. In the county of Alexander
and state of Illinois, held bv the county collector of
said conntv, at the southwesterly door or the conrt
bouse In the city of Cairo, lu aaid comity and
state, on tbe 2nd day of Aagust, A.D '8SO. Ueo
ft. Lentz. the undermined, purchased the
following described real estate situated in the first
addition lo ine city oi uatro, in tie countv oi Al
exander and statu of Illinois, for the taxes due nnd
uunaid tbereon for the year A. U. ICTli,
loL'i-ther with penalties and costs: eald
real estate being taxed in the name of
Tarlor & Parsons, to-wit: Lot numbered twenty
aeveti(27i in block numbered twenty-two, (22), in the
First addition to luecltyor Cairo. The lime al
lowed bv law for the redemption of said real estate
will expire oo the 2nd day of Aunst, A. D 1882
GfcORGK K. I.ENTZ. Purchaser.
Cairo, Ills, April 13th, A.D. l8Si
To Wm. Holmes, or any other person or persons
You are hereby notified that at a sale of real es
tate, in the county of Alexander and ataia of Illi
nois, held by tho county collector of skid county, al
the aoutbwesterly door of the court house In the
city of Cairo, In eald concty and state, on the lst
day of Aug., A. D. 1880, tbe undersigned purchased
the follow ing described real eatate situated lu the
county of Alexander and atateof Illinois, f r the tax
eidne and unpaid thereon fortheyear A.D. ItftU, to
gether with penaltle and costs: eald real estate be
ing taxed In the name of said Wm. Holmes, to
wit: Lot numbered twelve (12), In section sixteen
(10), in townsq-.p fifteen (IS), south range two (2)
we-1 of the third principal meridian. The time
allowed bv law for the redemption nf suld real estate
will expire on the 2lst day of August, A D. 1882.
JOHN GATES, Purchaser.
Cairo, Ills., April 12th. 1883. . .
qAX PURCHASERS NOTICE.
ToWm. Holmes, or uny other person or persons
You are hereby notified that at a sale of R-sl Es
tate in the couutv of Alexander and State nf Illinois,
held by the county collector of esld county, at the
southwesterly door of the court house In the city
of Cairo, in said county and stale, on the 83d day of
August. A. D 1880, the undersigned, purchased
the following described real eatate situated la the
county of Alexander and state ol Illinois, for the
taxes due and unpal'l thereon for the year A. .
1879, togelhui witu penalties and costs ; said
real eslati being taxed In the name of said Wm.
Holmes, to-wlt: The east half of the southeast of
section seventeen (17), In township fifteen (IM.
south range two (!), west of the third principal
meridian The time allowed by law for Ihe redemp
tion of said real estate will expire on tho aid day
or August, A. D. 1882.
JOHN GATES, Purchaser.
Cairo, Ills.. April 11th, A. 1) . mi.
IJi AX PU ltCUASER'B NOTICE.
To Wm . Itolmes or any other peraon or persons
Interested: You nro hereby notified thai at a sale
of r-al estate, In the county of Alexander and
Stntoor Il-luola, held by the county collector or
said county, ot tbe aoiilh-weaterly door of llio
court house, lu the city of Cairo, In said conntv
and state, on tho 23rd day of August, A. D. 180.
the undersigned purchased the following described
real eatato situated lu tho county of Alexander
and slat- of Illinois, for the taxus due and nnpaid
thereon for the year A i. 187U together with pun
altiea and costs; said real estate being taxed In
the name of said Wm Holmes to-wtti tho south
east of the north east of secilou seventeen (17) In
township fifteen (IS) aotith range two (4) weat of
tho third principal meridian. Thu tluio allowed
bv law for tho tedeniplloii of aaid real into will
expire on the Sttrd day of August, A. 1). lfcli.
JOHN GATES, Purchaser.
Cairo, Ills., April 11 A.D. 1883
Stats of Illinois, I Circuit conrt of Alcxan
County of Alexander (' dercouuty, "1
December Special I erm, A. D. lssl.
James tl. Mulcahey.
Ambrose Elklns, Delitha Elktrs and George
Dill In Chancery to Foreclose Mortvag.
Pub'lc notion Is hereby given, that, lu pursuance
of adecroo made and entered by said court iu
thu above entitled can so, on the Hi'h day of Decem
ber. A. D. 18N1, I Alexander II. Irvla, master In
chancery or thu said circuit court will,
on Tuesday, the second day of May 18K3, at tha
hour or 11 o'clock In the forenoon, at tbo ermtli
westerly d. or of the court house, In the city of
Cairo, county of Aloxandur and State of 1 1 linns,
sull at nubile auction, to the highest bidder, for
caah, nil and singular, tbo following described
premises and real estate lu suld decree nieutlouuit,
situate In thu county of Alexander and state of
Illinois, or so much thereaf aa shall be aiifllclaiit to
satisfy said decroo, to-wlt: Part of the south
lialfof .ho anrthwost quarter of section Five (ol In
township .Mxt en (I'D south, and In ratg" Two (i)
wertor of tho third principle mend an containing:
forty-five and fifty, ono hundredth acres, more or
Dated April Bth.lPHil.' ' ' '
. , ' ' ALEX. H. IRVIN.
Master in Chancery of the Circuit Court of Alox-
auder County, ' ' .
David T, Lim suab, CouipUlaaat's Solicitor .
tL-L.... -JipMM ! SMSpSSlllllMI 1 Hi - r m iipjtiHH. fllliM.irsjM,...
OTer 2.000.000 Bottles
ihZTuch'iuuiVZl 'hta br0achU1"' 'tiima'
Jialsam ot Tom
hut It has never heen so advantageoualy compnnnrted
? lV: n 1 Ki1 J 11 'ff,"d"
17TiV1'IN VUAKT HIZRDOTTLFSFOR FAMILY tTSK, PRICR H'.00j3F
the genuine h.s a private die nroprietarv a.anTpon
Tim Tl It Unfit I DVPM. n
invyiv buu iwii w., xTfirietnrs, 41 juver street, Unicago, in.
Sold dy J)ruoi8ts, Grocers and Deairrs Evkrywhkrh.
iaiMMimThiitWi'aii(iWMiaiiaaiiaasMMniiiMtr'"- " sm
1'ublUhtil Monthly, V(e $3.00 per
No. 1 (New Series) Contains
Cnttngc by the Hiver Song 4-Cha Dolfms. f 40
Over the Sua Song A Cho J. M. North. .10
O I lush Thee, My llahy Uichards. 30
it i.me inrun vjuartet Mnurt.
The Lovers' Fiircwell--Qitartet W. D.
Bright Eve Walla I'.irwell.
Queen of Meant Cavotte. Tliclefold.
Heel and Toe Calop four Hands.. Ilender.
New Ycara' Greeting I'nlkn liiscnborn.
Ton .Mcuhcu'a (irund March Dressier.
A Trial Trip Noa. I and a mailed post-paid, on receipt of y$ ctJ., or four months for $1.00.
Addre,,; J. L.PETERS, 307 North Fifth Street, St. Louis. Aency for Cham
a ianos, Hay Stats Organs, Ditson's Editions &h. Send for our Illustrated Price LUt.
27 Stops. 10 Sets Reeds, $90
Hearty itEKTHfiVEN OnrnnmntalnamimeU
JkiWeii Tonmio IU-ecls.ier t-1 fH. tVnlnui orElionlwo
C'nae. 60-tave,Mitl hoot rialea,rnr!irl4t R"Howa.SIMl
SpriiiK, Uii:pS(uiiiKlnpiPtror Music. HiukIIc and
PF lWJ)!''7SPenV' o-nt stop Action,
J.F.W- AND KOVKI, KCF.IIfiOAMII (nau-ntnlj
by 3) ilioir htustrtc Llhtjj at MvllT to llil oirtera
255trl,rliT. Hoard, Itellvrrvdnnbonrd ttQrt
Car krre, RI.KI. liouk. Ac, only OC?U
p,.yr.f,(. nrm, nothinv ranl!fniiTr
('Dnii-aiiileTumlnetlielnKlriimi-iit. Ix-nvoN. V.titv.
Iwr tay or ChrWonhcrKr. K-rrli-s,a 30 n. lu. rl p. til.
lfre, i'xniifou onlv il Uavc tVasliliiirri.
i.( vwTr.ni ,iiiv vnf',, ,4-UVC t OKIIlllk'ri.n M
w.l l4vc waaliliiirri.n ui 1 or
. , ur.8 .m of On. iii. nnsjtl lytfor
hnwiiid. i'hira.. IJnsianT&o', at
"iu-attv'a Kuril ilu hnuti.
routed f mill t1llei.-o, Itle
eaia-nwa Irrou buyi iiieiinyway, Ti.u nn, velronia.
I rrf',inea w IthpallH Mtu-iuliiiifantrciiiAll i
Oll, rOiimiia81ii,SI0.;Vi0iii. riaiiornriea4iai to auiui
IrsiitiiMjIlliislniirtl I mIsJ'Hiui, fro. Addruaa or call upuo
aJOfcli V. BZATTT, Waaaington, Kotr Jorsi
WORTH -SENDING FOR.
Dr J. II. SCHENCK, of Philadelphia, his Just pnb
lisbed book on "Dlse-iaea of the langs ami how
they can bo cured," whtch la offered free, postpaid
to all applicants. It cuntulus valuable information
for all ho suppose thumaelvus afflicted with, or
liable to. any diseases of the ih'oator lunRs. Ad
dress DA. J. If. 8CUENCK A SON, 600 Arch
street, l'lilladelphla. I. O. Box 2S33.
II TT? niPKovED hoot beer. r,c
jrjXltl-0 pacuniro nnikea 5(jaUonsof a dell
cloua, wholesome, sparkling temperance bev
eragc. Afk your druggist, or sent by mall for -ac.
C. K. UIKKS, IS Dels. Ave., Phtlada.
HOU MEDAL AWARDED
Uia Author. A nawand umat Mid.
leal Work.wrrnUid the tmat and
rnan,nliUod "Uia Soianranf Ijfa
or.rMtlM'reaarvatinn ;" bound in
nnna. rrriica niuaiin, amti.ia.'M-d,
full lut.atw PP-eonuuialMantiful
tw4 Baraiinss, IJS prmarin.
I"n. ,prlc oiilr S1.2S sent by
FUflW TRYRPT P t:!.,.,u!.il0'v,,'.,T w h. par.
mnnn miw,nanivsa raaiHwly (VI ra.
IlaYlngr a larg-o stock of instruments
on hand, and belli? about to place some
new styles upon tho market, we pro
pose to offer ihe balance of our present
stock of low-prlcwl Orrans at a consid
erable reduction FOR CASH until
Dealers about purchasing for Spring
Trade will do well to wrlto us for
GEO. WOODS & CO.
I'ci week ran ho made In any locality.
Somethlne enllre.lv new for amenta. J outfit
U. W. lNOKAHA.U At CO , Boston, JMaas'
Omger, Piichu, Man-
onwo, atiuingia, and
many of the best mail
clnct known ara con
biimd In I'arker'sCinjer
Tonic, into a medicine
of atii.li varied powers, aa
to h.iko it llio RTentcal
Itlnnd Purifier nnd ili
iteHtortr Mvrr Used.
It ctlma khmim.iti'.ii.
Dnsli-nsifM ElecplcwieM & dieae;
I (il rVl O S ' ' oiiunai-n, liuwcu,
III h Lungs, I.ivcr& Kidneys,
n3lr 1 Dal Swim ! & i entirely Uirtarnil ftom.
Tk. RmL riMnML a Hitterv Oinijor uXwuces
M4 Hfnwiiil.nl I nop lnu. and other Tomn, aa it
M,-.. rfT "'!" -w aha neverlntoxicotrs. lliar.tut
riuns ciurwrsr Hair. , & Co.-, OiamUtt, N, V.
aar. awl 1 lm.JrjrrSalii
Pl. cJnauntpon and alf diseases of th
Has always been one of tho met Important
weapon wielded by tbo medical faculty
tktaluet the encroac hment f r,nh. CnlAti
llronchltls. Asthma, (tore Threat. Consump
tion In Ita Incipient and advanced atages. aud
all dlaetaea of ihe throat, cheat and Innga,
as lu the celebrated Tola, Hock an
d live. load
build up tha
caoh 1)0,11. . " H,M
..... . ... .
annum Voit-pald. Slnylo Jfoi. BO et.
No. 2 (New Scries) Contains
I'd be a Tiutterfly Song.... Richarda. $
un, t,entie liirds 1 enor bong; ... Ilennett. 40
1 11c Itnstic Leaves Uuet ..WUIinma.
The Chapel i-'em. or mix. voice.. Kreutzer,
Three Fishers Quartet., Hullah,
Sparkling lleatitv Waltx ... flurker.
Picture Cards Jllnette Ilrhreas.
ftoccncclo March Four Hands ...Presnler.
Chiming llelli l'dlkn,.. H a) li nelson.
Ooldeii Tnnirue li-,ls, ill S-'i t VVl,"'i rrEihml
sri 1sln..M-,;u0; m rasa:
wllllCtvo aamueh nm-M ani l a im v V raiwL'
5 - . j i 1 . 1 SnVa over lflOn Inonlh
f .Tr .'"'T'i"-. rfKartor.v voiklna l V Pa k!
bjiOlulUn'at.tctrlcL.'jttatt Mtilll to fill orteli
ryy-Prtre, Itove,l. Ieljared an beard Gtf
twabere.MiHil, iiuL, At-.,iilv V&UO
irencrone TcarSn.eTon nr nnf. satl.tlritrrtarsi
Oi-a-am lil iirauiptlj rilMaU uiu.k.-7 Villi lur!s?
so Aiiarcss or can npon
EAJHET, P. MATir, TOiMogtoa, ZTsw JeraeJ-
OF ST. LOUIS, MO.
Which were totally destroyed by ire on May
aud September 21, 1881,
Ordors are solicited for
Strictly Pure White Lead and Red Lead,
Cold-Pressed and Pino Dark Castor
Oil, Raw and Double Boiled
0 B A CO
Tisalerantartlrlnnf cmtWIVf. TOBirrft
la now on themnrkot. Ask yr dealer for It.
V A. JACKSON & CO.
Y0TTTfr MVN Wyoa want to learn Tslsara.
J UUilU Mlun nha In a fuw mnnlha. aart ha
certain of a situation, address Valentine brothers,
A DVERTISBHS! send for mtr Select Mat of I.
"ral Newsrafr. Geo. V. EowclltCo., 10
pprnctrtrn't,?f. Y. -
Fortyfrontli aaon f the ntd re'lable "till
rago PIIIsjM 8rpnrntor, the only flrsUlaaa
Oramail JohH. hl-ll-aAnralnnm imM.. thnA.lu i i.m.
Siauuiiie mat threahm luid Kim aadallvniia .
...l.l.. .1 . ..... f .-. ' . - .
rjmin. -M nirnaa) fltrw" Uniilila Jlnloa
t;0""' not MlPPly tba demurs. hl siVr 5Li . i
unw pfimMi uirva ur in Lrruin ti. m..A
auiipieat au mo. iwdUluoln tbe aiarket.
Ilrtpjft Hawk Porta. ,
. . - . a ia r
lnp;rion, Five rrllni-srM allowed t lis y rxnnns If
Witt iav. u ffiEaiS'flBTaiT z-:"-;.
n. A. PITTS' 50K3 MFC. CO. '
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