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'1 I . jlTMBOUNDT0 RISC
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
$1000. Given ,
If alum or any injurious miIkuuiccx oiui Ik; found
In Andrews' Pearl linking J.'owrtcr. In is
tively PURE. Hciiw endorsed, ami testimonials
received from kiuIi cIumii tsls ilk H. Diuiu Hays, Hi,
tun; M. Delufontuine, of CliiciiKo; and ClUsumis
Bode, Milwaukee. Never aoM in lmik.
C. E. ANDREWS A. CO.
CITIC AGO, MiLWAU KKE,
45 Muhie,iui Av. 27. 'is-J 'J'.'l K. Water
v.unr Cnm. t In warrant" '1 hut
fuctWT to Uh wearer in every v.hv,
or tlie immoy will bo r-lutili'il l v
the lierson from wliciu it wim l-onctit.
Thiinlr'"rw! ir'ro..ir.ii'l hv eiir leille;i' lvMni
nut lnnrl..y t III- I . n-t..t ?.-t 1 .y In.!. ..a
"hi iiKK.tcomf.irialile wi'l l' rfcrl Illnen ( is.-t . vii
U"'11 PHH KH.br Mull. Ile ImM
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Foroulr t leading Ketnll lali m hit) li.re.
IHIC-YtiO tOKSET CO., I liienuo,
A Ohorokoe Belle.
There are somo remarkable tytit's o(
beauty anions the native Cherokee wo
men, says a correstionilciit, which will
account for thu fascination which they
have exercised over while adventurers
from Ihe earliest conlaet of t ho two
races, ami which lias caused tho lar'e
intermixture of while blood so noticea
ble in the jiresi'ht condition of the na
tion. Ontt of these, was conspicuous
among those in attendance, upon a re
cent gathering. When I saw her she
sat willi a companion upontho trunk of
a fallen tree engaged in (lie (ainiliar oc
cupation of Pleasant Uidei hood in twist
ing her shining black hair, which had
fallen down. She was dressed with
great neatness in a white jacket mid a
clean print gown, with a chip hat and a
red ribbon around her throat. When
her black locks were rearranged they
Crisped like a war Meed's Inclusiirc
over a low brow, which they swept with
a natural wave. The features were of
barbaric beauty, and of it tropic mold
of contour, which the full lips and high
cheek-bones emphasized, but did not
tlisiigure. The small, rather black eve
glowed with it steady lire, mid tint
whole aspect of the (ace might be de
scribed as radiant ami grave, yet full of
animal life and power of passion. Her
complexion was o( a rich walnut color,
with the blood giving a red Main to the
cheeks, and showing mi clearly as to
Ktiggest a realization of the graphic
Irish expression that "the point of a
rush would bring blood to her cheeks."
This was Miss Kacle Brown, the daugh
ter of Hunter Brown, the full-blood
Cherokee, and one of Iho linest and
most characteristic types of her race.
They are arresting the street-beggars
in Washington city. ,
A free wash-room for newsboys lias
been opened at Louisville.
Ex-Marshal Bazaine is writing a book
on the "Sieu und ( "a pit illation of
The Ohio legislature has appropri
ated tln.'HHi for a marble or bron.o
statue of (iiirlield, to be placed in the
capitol at Washington.
Confidence men are so numerous and
hold about the public places of Kansas
City that special ellbrts are being made
by the authorities to drive theiu out.
Sixty cents' worth of whisky cost l'an
nia County, Texas, the loss of two men
killed and over 1(i,(mi m money spent
in prosecuting the murderers.
Mile. Do Kosa, the principal dancer
of the Kiralfy troupe, say the American
Iieoplc talk most about modesty and
lava less of it than any people on earth.
It is stated that there are now over
iW.fXK.i telephones in use in this coun
try. At the beginning of 17!) there
were only UOO; a year later Wm.
The Delaware licet Factory hus sus
pended the, manufacture of sugar from
leeUs, claiming that the ipiality of beets
required cannot be grown in that State.
A London journal report that Don
rhillippe de Bourbon, a discordant of
King LonU 1'hillippe, Is ahum to marry
Miss Maekey, daughter of one of our
California bonanza millionaires.
An Ohio Journalist lired twenty-six
tf ) ,bullet, nt, a stuU'ed, aUigstur lyin on a
sandbank, and then paid a hoy twohhill
, ' . IrtgitoUiIl him whether hu wait cross-
ey id or ouly utouo-blind.
Parents at rail" River, Mass., have
been detected in issuing forged school
cards misrepresenting the ages of their
young children, so as to keep the little
ones at work full time in the mills.
The Memphis Avalanche claims that
the jirescnt system of improving tint
Mississippi and preventing overflows
was discarded l,(KH) years ago by a Chi
nese civil engineer as worthless.
A man in Pioche, Nev., gave a poor
family an order on a grocer (or goods to
the amount of ifl'5.00 Ut bo charged to
him. The bill rendered read "if 10.(X) in
cash and .fl5.(K)(or wine and chocolate."
Dr. Kwing says that "a novel is tho
world's truth with a beautiful woman
walking through it;" and the Christian
Union remark: "(icnerally, wo may
add, with a man after her."
The Canadian hanks were (or bidden in
July to issue any more l?i bills, but by
some queer freak the public demands
them, and the dominion government
will hereafter issue bills of that denomi
nation. A clay pigeon has been invented for
the beiielit of sportsmen and their vic
tims. Capt. Hogardus has declared in
favor of tho invention, ami thinks that
in time sportsmen will prefer tho inven
tion to live birds.
Professor Hull says the world is not
over 400,00(1,000 years old. No wonder
so many of its mountains are bald, and
not a single one of them is able to lift
its foot. Hut all of them are still spry
enough to slope.
(-'apt. Joseph H. Pratt, who was once
a New York policeman, went to Guate
mala some time ago to organize n police
force there. This he accomplished so
successfully that the government has en
gaged him to take charge of the police
department for tho next live years.
"Johnnie, here you are at tho break
fast table and your face is unwashed,"
said his mother, with a sharp look. "I
know it, ma, 1 saw the animalcules in
pa's microscope last night, and 1 ain't
going to have those things crawling all
over my face with their funuv little
Certain writers, artists and lecturers
of Host on are agitating the project of a
college of art for that city, which shall
have some likeness to the Paris conserv
atory. That is to say, there will be
classes in music, dramatic art, engrav
ing, painting, and sculpture, all to bo
taught by first-rate instructors.
A story is told of an old gentleman
who always look notes of his minister's
sermon, and on one occasion read them
to the minister himself. "Stop, stop!"
said he, at the occurrence of a certain
sentence. "I didn't say that." "I
know vou didn't," was the reply, "I put
that in myself to make sense."
Earl of Kedesdale's bill, introduced
into the House of Lords, making it in
cumbent upon all members of Parlia
ment to "profess a belief in Almighty
(iod," is meeting with ridicule. Sir
Wilfrid Lawson declared that if the bill
is sent to the Commons he will move as
an addition that belief in a personal
tlevil shall also be included.
A thoughtless person was discussing
with his pastor some of the wonders of
modern science. Said the pastor: "Look
at astronomy now. Men have learned
the diManco to the stars, and with the
spectroscope they have even found out
thcsiilislaiico they are made of." "Yes,"
said the thoughtless man; but strangest
of all to me is how they found out all
In Manchester, England, the gas
works belong to the eily. Tho price of
gas is 71 cents per 1,000 feet for gas
with an illuminating power of twenty
two candles. At tho rate charged tho
citizens, lighting the streets aim public
buildings costs 120,000, and yet the gas
commissioners turned over $270,000
toward the payment of the city expen
ses, besides paying all rates, rents and
taxes, amounting to $ti5,(KK).
A singular piece of rascality has been
developed in connection with the Kan
sas City stock yards. An owner sells a
number of hogs by weight, and in tho
absence of the purchaser ho removes
several of the largest and substitutes
smaller ones from another pen, thus
despoiling the buyer of several hundred
pounds of hogs which he has paid for.
Several dealers are in collusion, and the
frauds hate been quito extensive.
During the past ten years nearly all
the (ieruian States have made consid
erable increase in their population, with
the exception of Mecklenburg-Strelitz,
which has added only 618 persons in thir
ty years. Its population is now 100.2G5,
but it has furnished during these thirty
years some 27,000 emigrants. Flogging
and absolutism still flourish inthe Grand
Duchy, and the emigration from it is
proportionately tho largest that aDy
Stale in the Empire knows.
lloth state and church combine to
make the life of a Turkish backelor mis
erable. As long a-s his parents are alive,
he can live with them without much
trouble. As soon as they die, ho must
get a permit from the civil and religious
authorities before ho can lie admitted
into any household. Then tho proprie
tor thereof, in the interest of public
morals, must sen to it that other persons
than females wait upon his boaruer. If
the bachelor be rich enough to occupy a
bouse to rent unfurnished chambers, he
cannot possibly obtain that simple priv
ilege unless he shows that a woman of
good repute lives with him therein. A
mother or sister or aunt removes that
dillictilty. Hut a man without kindred
may go an indefinite period without a
A German Art Journal comments on
the present value of paintings in Ger
many. It seems from figures given that
historical and genre paintings command
much higher prices than landscapes.
The large compositions of Makart
bring from $1.000 to V.'.'i.oOO. Ludwig
KnaiiH receives from 7,000 to flO.000,
and Max, Wilhelm Diez, Menzel and
several others about the same. Kaul-
bacli s heads valued six years Hgo at
from $12.) to fclJA) now bring $700 each.
Leading painters of animal life. Kraith.
Zugel and Meyerhelm, receive from 1500
to v i.ooo a composition, and the mas
ters in landscape, tho two Achonbachs,
hclionlehcr and others, from f 1,600 to
$2,.j00. the recent depression in busi
ness diminished tho number of private
buyers and tilled the market with pic
tures resold by original purchasers at
much below their cost, ami tho author!
ties of museums Were thus enabled to
enlarge their collection of modern works
by unexpectedly reasonable nuichttiefc
DAILY OAIKO BUHKTIN:
Thuhhday Evknino, July 0, 1883.
Weather cool and pleasant, with some
prospects of rain.
The market remains quiet with priceB
firm, the demand being good but receipts
of most articles small.
F LOU It btocks light arid demand for
the better grades good.
IIAY-Itcceipts and demand light.
COHN Receipts light; demand good,
and prices firm.
OATS Stocks good and demand light.
lilt AN Remains the same as at last
MEAL Firm and a little advance on
last quotations. ' '
I! UTTER Good northern and creamery
are in good demand.
CHICKENS All that arrives are easily
EGGS The warm weather has made the
sale of eggs very light.
FRUITS -Very little fruit of any kiud
moving, but what comes in is easily sold.
SSnlort and Quotations.
NOTB. Tbe prtcu aero uivuu am for mW from
flrnl haude tu round lota. An advance la
chnrircd for broken lotsin nilinenrl..ri.
51 Viirtou urHile,
Ml ulilt low choice
loo lilin cliolcu,
liKI lil!. Fancy. ao
2 earn cliolcu timothy.,
-! citr irlm(t
: enr cliolci -. .
i rui-H choice mlxod, in tnilk on track
II car cliolcu wliilo In hulk
4 cam choice mlxod In bull
Scum mixed in bulk
8 car clio're In lull I; on track
1 car mixed In hnlk
2 curs mixed lu etioka dol
W II BAT.
i lied, tier bit ...
,V Ml City
.3 rj& to
.Vie pomidK xlrlctly cholcu Northern.
mm lion lids Southern IIIIdoI
In! ii.iindn choice northern packed
Uio pouiiUH Northern
live choice V 00(211 00
Hcoo mixed and bona.
...It 5a: as
...2 Kr&a 50
l) COOl I'llOll O tii-n
t coop choice, young
4! crutea Itud Kui)ilierriea
4ll crnli s block berrien
!o rimes cherries
i svaa 75
1 Ml boxes . nmiles
HO ciikck black ranpherriei
K) boxes peacliuB flue
New potatooipor bhl. (outbern..
nunn Illinois ..
for bbl 100)
I'er barrel 7 50 JS W)
I'lnln liaiui none
8. 0. llama H
Clear miiIuh l-l'4
Ht. John ' "
Ohio itlver 1 W
'-!( hiichel burlaps HA
It hiiKhel " 1
5 biinhul ". 14
(irannea, cholco pnrhoz..., 4 00(M 58
Lemoiia cliolcu pur but.... 7&tt 50
1)1(1 HI) FKUIT.
!,ea'ho,liRlvtinKnd iuarluri 5'tl'l
Applet, brlKht U'J.7
Choice tiavy 4 "f
Cholco medium 4 00
Cholcu, Factory lOftll
V ft iu
V lb tuV
Calf, Oreen 10
Dry Flint r.holco
Dry Halt ttutis
Ureeii Mult fWtOl
Hheep felt, dry lOdHf
Bheep I'Utl, union Mil 00
Common Liik j Ttobt ml
Unix! lilt;... ;) Wktft 4 00
.,iwL al, , , ,, 4 ntutt Ik "0
Medium Leaf ft ftuj ti f)
Uo 4Luaf. o NA 8 Of
KATIfB OF FKBII.II1T.
train thy Flour Pork
cwt. aewt. W ),, HI bbl
Mo "phi 15 20 V
i' mOr.'ennn 15 I7'i an
Helena, Ark 17 W 2;'i sj Mf)
Vltkaburu 17W Hft 5.
Way,.f... m'i fly, 16 KM
FKIOAY MOENINOJULY 7, 1882.
"Now Well nuil' Strong."
Dr. It. V. Pierce, Ilulhilo, N. Y.: Dear
Hir I wish to statu that my daughter,
aged IS, was pronounced incurable and
was fast failing as the doctors thought,
with consumption. I obtained a half doen
bottles of your "Golden Medical Discovery"
for her and she communced improving at
once. Very truly yours,
Rkv. Isaac N. Auouhtin.
"Discovery" sold by druggists.
Jay Gould's Tiino.
Several weeks tto, when Jay Could
was in Little Rock, ho was visited in his
special car by a Htrano-ltiokin;, oddly
dressed man. "Mr. Could," said tho
visitor, "will you be rcnerous cnoujrh to
jrivu me ten minutes of your time?"
"Yes," said the millionaire, in a dry,
last-year sort of voice. "Ten minutes,
thank you, sir; write tho check?"
"What cheek?" said the millionaire, in
a kind of lasl-mouth voice. "Perhaps
I'd better explain. A noted mathema
tician has calculated your income to bo
$1 per second. With you, of course,
time is money, face value. Now, you
hava given mu ten minutes, aiiiouritin
you soo, to fCOO. Have you got the
money about you, or will you give me tt
check?" The millionaire looked at tho
man in silence. "I'll do tho fair tiling.
Make it f.lOO. Handed if I don't bo
easy with yon, make it J400 blame it,
say $2ihj." Mr. Could looked lon; and
inquiringly at tho man. but didn't smilo.
A Philadelphia youth bep;ud a West
End belle to give him something ho
could w ear next his heart. She sent him
a red tlannejchestjirottor.
Chronic Looseness of the Rowels
results from impel feet digestion. The cumu
lies in the torpidity of the liver. A regular
habit of body can be secured by taking Sim
mons Liver Regulator to aid digestion, to
stimulate the dull and sluggish liver and rid
the 8) stem of excessive and poisonous bile.
The Regulator corrects acidity of the stom
ach, cures dyspepsia and permanently
creates regularity of the bowels alike free
from laxity or costivenei-s.
'I have never seen or tried such a simple,
efficacious, satisfactory and pleasant remedy
in my life as Simmons Liver Regulator."
'II. Hainkii, St. Louis, Mo."
Don't Throw tip the SpoiiffP.
When suffering humanity are enduring
the horrors of dyspepsia, indigestion, or
nervous and general debility, they are too
often inclined to throw up the sponge and
resign themselves to fa'e. We say, don't
do it. Take Hurdock Hlood Hitters the un
failing remedy. Price $1.00. Paul 0.
When There's a Will There's a Way.
Anyone who has tho will to try Thomas'
Eclcctric Oil will Biirely find tho way to
robust health, in coses or bronchial atlec
tious, sore throat, pains, etc.; and as an
internal remedy, it is Invuluable. Paul G.
Jno. Haeon, Laporite, Hid., writes: "Your
'Spring Blossom' is all you cracked it up to
be. My dyspepsia has all vanished; why
don't you advertise it; what allowance will
you make it 1 take a dozen Dottles, so mat
I could oblige my friends occasionally t
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul
G. Schuh, Agent.
When you are continually coughing
night and day, annoying everybody around
you, and hoping it will go aay of its own
accord, you are tunning a dangerous risk
better use Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil, an
unfailing remedy in all such cases. Paul
G. Schuh, Agent.
Visible Impi ovetneut.
Mr. Noah Rates, Elimra, N. Y., writes
"About four years 111:0 I had an attack of
bilious fever, and never fully recovered
My digestive organs were weakened, and
would be completely proBt rated for days
After using two bottles of your Hurdock
15 ood Hitters tho improvement was so
visible that I was astonished. I can now
though (II years of age, do a fair and rea
Bonuble dHv's work." Price 1.00. Paul
G. Schuh, Agent.
Mr. Win. Pomcroy, Hangor, Me., writes
"I have for along timo sulfored I nun cot:
tiniial constipation, making my life
misery, and causing headache and frightful
cramps. Mr. Ihoinason, who lias linen
lately visiting in ISiilbilo, induced me to
try the Spring lllossom. It has perfectly
cured mo." Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10
cents. Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Don T forget tho fact, wheu you visit
New York City that tho Grand Central
Hotel has been thoroughly refitted and re
furnished from top to bottom, and that
prices are only 3.00 and ;j.!0 per day for
hoard and room. vOO rooms on European
plan at 1.00 and upwards per day, also a
good restaurant attached.
Lot idlest Among the Lovely
is she who renews or preserves tho beauty
of her teeth with Sozodont, confessedly the
most cffuctivo preparation for them. Vol
umes of evidence might be adduced in sup
port of its claims to public confidence, as a
means of invigorating the teeth and render
ing them pure, glistening and spotless, and
not less satisfactorily proven, is its balmy
influence upon the breath, Ask for genuine
Sezo lotit, and accept no cheap substitute.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will bo given some enterpriseing man
in Tun iil'i.lktin Building, which is now
tillered for sale on easy terms, fong time
and low rate of interest. Tho building
has rented for tho past year for
lll'ty to sixty-two dollars per month.
Tho property consints of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40x00 and a
two story HI x 4.1. II is a frontage of fill
feet on Washington avenue and 150 feet on
lilth street. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, Ac, in the 2 story building
will be sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this olllcc, or Jot ti II Oherly, Bloom
Go to Paul G. Sehuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color am unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and Gorman, Price 13 cents
Lynn, Mass., alway was a cood place for
health, but it has become a modern Hulhimda
since Mrs. Lyilut K. lY'.N'iam, ol Wist-
ru Avenue, made her ..n it discovery of the
Vegetable Compound, or panacea for tho
principal ills ihal nlibei iliu fair creation.
This dill' -is, Inc.vi vi'i, 'Mm the ancient scene
of tniirv'l us us in . Li-, important particu
lar: I he liciiiiic. utji nt, with all its virtues
can be sen i I .lo l.y express or mail all
over the world.
"Limisky's i;i,o. ii Ska i;i ii Kit" tho great
medicine fur lever ami ul'U1', lualnri i, ami all
blood puis. in. Don't fail to use it.
Tiik Voltaic Pki.t Co., Marshall, Mich,,
will send Dr. Dyes Celebrated Eh Giro Vol taic
Bel's int. I Electric Appliances on trial
for thirty days to men (young or old) who
are afflicted with Nervous Debility, Lost
Vitality und Manhood, ami kindred troubles,
guaranteeing speedy urn! complete restora
tion of health and ninnly vigor. Address
as above. N. 11. No risk is incurred, as
thirty days' tiial is allowed.
To promote a vigorous growth of the
hair, use Parker's Hair Balsam. It restores
the youthful color to gray hmr, removes
dandrulf, and cures itching of thy scalp.
Never Give Up.
Ifyou are bulfoi ing with low
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, gciiend
debility, disordered blood, weak consum
tion, headache, or any disease of a hilmu-i
nature, by all means procure a bottle ol
Electric Bitters, lou will be surprised n
see the rapid improvement that will follow ;
you will be inspired with new lifejstrengili
mul activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, ami henceforth you will rejoice
in the prdse of Electric Hitters. Sold at
fifty cents a buttle by Geo. E. O Hara. ()
I'lickleii's An lea Salve
The Hist Salve in the worhl for Cut.
Brniscs. Soies, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, K-vrr
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, ami all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures P. lis. It is gun antecd to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
cents pur box. l'or sle by Gko. L
The Howe scale took first premium at
Philadelphia, Paris, Sydney, and other ex
hibitions. Borden, Sel leek k Co., agents,
St. Louis. ()
A 'oii:ru. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. Neglect f'rciiuentl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough svrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, CoiiL'hs, l.alarrh, ai"J
the Throt Troubles wliich Singeis and
Public Speakers are subjert to. For thirty
years Brown s Bronchial Troches hove been
recommended by physicians, ami always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use tor nearly
an entire ticneration. they have attained
well-merited rank among the few stapl
remedies ot the ate. hold at tents a
A Popular Tonic
roitWKAK I.L'MIS AND CONBL'MITION.
o prt'oaration ever introduced to tun
Anieiicau public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Odds, Sine Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, W enkness nt the Lungs or
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of the disease, l as ever met with the
indorsements ol physicians or patients as
the celebrated "Toiu. Hock and Rve." The
repeated and continued sales of the artich
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
merits. Letteis and tebtiuioiials from every
quarter of the country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, are in
possession of the proprietors and can be
adduced to convince. t''j most skeptical
reader of its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial ol tins article, having
pleasant taste and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are afflicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness ol then
lief to be secured by the use ofTolu, Rock
and Rye. Chicago limes.
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, linvo been given away as trial bottles
of the large si.e. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for tho rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at George E.
O'llara's Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
"How do you manage, " said a lady to
her friend, "to appear so happy all the
time?'' "I always have Parker's Ginger
Tonic handy, " was the reply," and thus
keep myself and family in good health.
When I am well I always feel good uatured.
Seo otln r column.
Dlt. Kl-IMi's GllKAT NkIIVK KliSTollKK is
the marvel of the age for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped fiee. Send to Ml Arch
street, Philadelpia, Pa.
To regulate thu liver, stomach, and bow
els all you need is "Sellers' Liver Pills."
Take them and see.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. 1. 5 for 1. All
ilrugg'iKts. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 1115 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Htatk or Illinois I (.'liciilt Court of Al
Vm. exander County.
Cocnty of ALKKANiiKit) 1 ii ( 'huiicery ,
Kuenlo Culley mid Cyrlllo A. Marchlldon
Jeremliili MrDui.lul, Kll.abetli McDnnlel, Mosul V.
(loodiiiHii and .1 itiu cm Honey,
Hill lo KnrccloHU Mnrlunee.
Palillc notice Is hereby Kiveti that, In Jn rxiiuiico
of a derroo made and eniernl bv mild court la
thu lib ve eiilltleil ciiiik.., on the 'jnih day of Mav.
A. 1). Iss. I, the iinderKluned, mauler tu cbiuicury
of Ihe aald court , w ill, on
MONDAY, IIIIC UlTIt DAY OK .ll l.Y, lss-j,
at. the hour of 11 o'i lock In the forenoon,
al tlionoul i.weclerly doorol' Hie court house in Ihe
r.lty of Cairo, county of Alexander and plate of
IlllnolP, pell at l 1 1 1 t If miction, to Ihe hlliepl bid
der, lor ciipIi, all and plnuulnr, the fullnwlnn (le
per. bed prcinlKcp and rent ei'tiitu In paid decree
tnentloiieil, hIIiiiiIo In the coil' ty of Alcxanderai.il
pinto of lllluiila, or pii iiiiicIi llieieiif ap shull bu
aulllelent to piiIIpIv paid decree, lo-wll: The Pnulh
enpt iiinrlor of (ho Nouthuept. quarter of pefilon
Thirty four (Jill, in towiiphli iiumnered Kourteen
(11). soul Ii ofranid. two CM wopI of the (bird prin
cipal meridian, eeeit Ihree nr.tea la thu Hull t Ii
west corner of piOd qniirier pertbni,
Doled, t-'iibo, IlllnolP, July IpI. IHS'J
Al.HX. II. IKVIN.
Maptur In Chancery.
Waltkii Wauukh, Cituiplalttut i bollclior,
Chills and Fever.
Hint uioiiN Liver Idnu
Imor roou bnakH li.tt
( liillH and en rl. i tlx
lever out ol the Kvatnm.
I) cure when all other
Sick II end itc he.
V t thu relief and cure
of tblB diHtreimliiK dta
eun.1 nee Simmons Liv
Tho Het'illiitor will lioclliwly cure thin iu.-rlhl
dUeio-ii. We axecrt emphatically wlntl wu know tu
hIioiiIiI ii. t be reuurded hh a Irilllnij ailment. Na
ture (Ioiiiiiu.Ik the iilniOHl regularity of the bovela.
I In relii.e u'ft nutiiru liy liiKlnir Minimum l.lvur
ltiuulai.il. It lu biiriiilimi, mild und eflntuitl.
One or two lalileriioiiiifub. will relieve all tho
trouble Incident to a IiIIIiiuh etuto, eueh rh Naiifes
JIikxIik-kh, DrowNlnciH., IHftreHf ullir tulliif, a hit
ter bad taM in the mouth .
MALA Ml A.
I'erHoiin may avoid all hIIii. k hv 01 oiHlnnallv
taking a linen of Mininmm I, Ivor Kejjul.ilor lo keep
the liver In healthy aellon.
eenerully iiiiiiinii li niiaillHoriler. il vtomuch, can
he corrected nv taH lli! Minimum Liver mutilator.
Slminona l iver lie 'iiiat r roon enolli -atep tb! dlx.
iian" Irom the a. )l. in, leaving Hie rkln clear and
free Iroui all liiiiiiilliea
Children M'llcfliit! ulih colic. e....n experience ro
ll, I win . ii. einne l.lv. r Heuulnlor m . ii.litli.tcr -
il Aim i :i -ii derive rrea! lu lu 111 lu ll. Will
i, .i'l in. ll.Kln.t tiiiil R-ant ; it la hniinlet
nic! . II. i !i . I'urely vet;, tui.1,1.
HI, A I )l i:iv' 4V K1DNKYS
Mol ol he .lieaeeRol the bladder originate from
tlioee ol die klilneya. lteetoiu the ai tica of the
live; 1 1. 1 1 y miil I...UI thekldlieya ami bladiler Will
be rert.ir. il
IV'I'ake otilv ihe 'eim;ne, which alwajii bAn on
t:.e u rnp.er ihe red , irade mark and tinman re ol
.J. 1 1. Z 121 LIN &CO.,
Korru'.e by all drustrii'lii.
If you nifler frnm' dyppejipla, ne
lirnnocK lii.otni hittkiis.
If you are afflicted with Wllonpni pp. u-e
f.l'HIKK'K HUKiD IlirrKHS,
If you arc iroPtratcd with rick liea lai ke, take
IlfRIMiCK M.OOI) I'llTEHS
If your bowel aie dlporder. d regulate them with
111' It COCK CLOUD lUTTEHS.
If your blod Ip tinrure, pu;ify It with
IICKDOCK Itl.OOI) IUTI EHS
If you live lcd!eptiou, you will find an antidote in
in; it dock ni.ooD iiiitkks.
If you are troubled ailh ppring compla.ntP, eradi
Icatc them with HCUDOCK CI-OOl) IllTTEKS.
II your liver le torpid ri atore H to liealthy aMion
witk ItL'ItDOi K I'.I.OOI) HIT! KHS,
If your liver U alKcl.d von will flml a phure n-ptor-atlvo
In nCKDOCh. HI.OO!) HII'TEHS.
If yon have any ppeckp of tiiimnr or ,lin.'e, fail
not to lake IICKDOCK Hl.oofi Hl'ITEU.S.
If you have any pmiili)in of ulcrp or pcrofuloup
norep, a curative remedy will bo foiinn In
IICKDOCK IM.OOI) linTEKS.
Kor impiirtliiir ptremnh and vitnllly to the pyntem,
notbiliKcan e.iial IICKDOCK I'l-OOl) lilTTEKS.
For Nervonp and ien ral ll. billiy, tune up tno
yptemwith HCUDOCK ItLOnD IH lTKltS
l'Lii t l rrit iiutti.e; TniALBorri.Ep, Ioctp,
FOSTER, MILIintN & CO., I'n.n'r.s,
IU. FFAI.0, X. Y.
KorPiiletiyi'Al'I, (1. SCIIl'll. !
Snn ntiioiintiin Or, mi, I'mvihi,,oh and
Jl HtlHkH UH fllUV in.t..ef.e. UK IlK.I-t
Wkjil cleiiM vei.l;,l iiill;ieiitiii,ii..rill.ir ,.
Our Hue. ..rthfiil, fullv tne.l old es
tildiKlnl plan. Try It. K'K,rtS
WHEAT f-elltwe. I(ly iliviilemlM afdliioiitll
ly. Sen.! at mice- fur ex.iinat.iry
Jmm 0 cireuhun a ti.l i.iiht r.eni.l, khlk.
V 63 J lJivi.i(.iida.iii(ldiirin(( pnat thirteen
OlfU liH'iillm on tins fun. I HilTl pT
ww Rhare. A.l.lri'HK KLKMMIVO .tt
STOCKS e-i-. i.i.eiiifo. in. , ,
,,' WUiit I. l.Kin BK.'ni. Ill
every t. wn. Cxcpllont induce
liit'titx lio n) i.av t,, a ret.iuut.i
l.io, entei juisi: man. Writo lur
rj FRANK TUOMKY,
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i Iln.-lni. Milll-
clrnlio, Slilhngia, and
tnanvof the best nicdi
clnii known nra coiu
Tonic, into n nirdicmc
of an. n vai icd power, as
to mali a It ilia crculcst
i,i,..i i,;c,.,. n,l ll,
jicaiurer r.rer l'fii.
It cum KlicuniJiiMit,
SIccplcmiiNa, & iliscncsit
oltna Mom.ich, liowcis,
ii i n I Lung Liver It Kidncyi,
Hair KnlJinfll ftlacntirrlyilifrerentfrnm
Moll iWmUl llnir dr.. and wher lonlca. ni II
mu. Nv. lMl ui r.i.ir Uu nrvcrliiloxic.ilM. Hisiiix
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