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INVARIABLY IK ADVANCI.
All CummnolcatloD) ehould he addressed to
K. A. h CRN KIT,
rubllf her and Proprietor.
A Woman's AVay of Ktubcllishing a
Koom willi Her Own Handi
work. Tlio Fashionable Foot as Seeo iu New
York-Suits for Children.
TF1KKE li A GARDEN IN HER FACE.
There Is a arden In her face.
Where rose s nnd white lliles. blow;
A heavenly nnrudiso i thut place,
Wherein ali pleasant fruits do rrow;
Tliere cherries (trow thHt none may tuy;
Till cherry-ripe themselves do cry.
Thnpo cherries fairly do inclose
(if orient pearls a double row,
V hicli. when her loveiy laviirhter shown.
They look like rostudd tilled with
Yet them no peer nor prince may liuy
Tblcheny-ripo themselves do cry.
Hr eyes like anirels watch them still:
Her brows like bended bows do stand.
Threatening with nlercinir frowns'to kill
All tnnt Hpproacli with eye or hand
These sacred cherries to come nigh.
Till cherry-ripe themselves do cry.
EMBELLISHING A ROOM.
Ono of our readers, who lives out of
town, asks a few suggestions as to how
she can, ruoderatolr, and with her own
handiwork, embellish her room. We
mention a few things we have done our
selves which may oe a help to her:
First, if she has a mirror over her fire
place, let her arrange brackets or
shelves of carved wood (which can be
had very cheaply) up ono side of the
wall, and place any ornaments she has
on them: tuen up tho other side arrange
a Syrian curtain, fastening it at tho
top, with the end falling downward on
the glass, and looping it back with ru
by or old gold Surat, split in half, and
putting in a bunch of bullrushes, grass,
or peacock feathers just above tho level
of the mantle-board. Urapo tho mantle-shelf
with tho Surat (or satin sheet
ing if preferred), and attach small
frames containing photos or other min
iatures to it at irregular distances
with small bows, or else, if , inclined,
paint a good sized spray of any flower
on ono side. A spray of the same flow
er could bo painted on tho class, also
on tho "jambs" of tho liro-placo and on
me mezo above.
Squares of Syrian muslin, matching
the curtains, can bo obtained cheaply,
and these can bo arranged in chair-
backs, tying a largo bow around tho
centre of each, fastening it to tho top
ci mo cuair, letting tue two ends tail
downward, llussiau fashion.
They also form cloths for small ta
bles, covers for a standing work basket,
or Diinus to a window, strung on to a
tapo, two of them together, drawn back
and fastened with a bow to tho side of
window. As our reader is fond of
painting, sho can docorato the panols
cf her doors and shutters, either litting
In American cloth or painting on tho
wood itself. On each Bide of tho mantle-shelf
she can have a small pair of
bellows painlod and ornamented with
a bow of ribbon and a palm leaf fan,
handlo uppermost, with a satin or cre
tonne bag sowed on it, to hold spills,
letters or a little dusting brush. The
cretonne or satin is sowed on full to the
edgo of tho fan, but left open at the
top just below tho hnndlo, with an clas
tic run in, and a ruche or frill of laco to
hide it. A painted flour or butter tub,
with top ana handlo, can lirst bo paint
ed brown, black or green, then when
dry with somo floral or other design,
and 6erve to hold odds and ends.
A cucumbor frame turned bottom
uppermost, a small barrel, any com
mon earthenware vessel of picturesqtio
form, can be painted with oil or liouso
paint (the latter to be had in small tins
of any plumber or decorator), and till
ed with growing ferns out of tho edges.
Irish potato pots or caldrons can bo al
so painted and planted with ferns to
form a table ornament. . Theso pots,
painted a rich blue, with a wrcatli of
poppies and large whito daisies, look
very effective, A painted drain pipe,
6tauding in a corner of a room, will
hold boughs of lilac laburnum and oth
er shrubs in season, which now, in
fashionable boudoirs, towcr'up as high
as can bo managed; and a child's
wooden wheelbarrow, standing on a
little table in the corner, can bo filled
with sweet smelling flowers, with ivy,
and climbers falling over. If there are
bell-ropes, make them broad and im-.
posing, and paint or work a running
pattern down them; they can be a3 wiihi
as seven inches. Wall baskets, fitted
with tin, can hold ivy and greenery,
which can bo trained over a back
ground of red velveteen, fastened by
bmall tacks to the wall. A spongo bas
ket, first covered, with a strip of color
ed American cloth, and then painted,
looks pretty against a wall, with an
opened Japanese fan resting in it
against the walL Milking stools about
a room are quito tho fashion, and tuako
useful little tables for putting a book
or cup of tea upon; and screens for
standing before an empty grate or in a
corner can be arranged from a small
clothes horse, covered with crctonno or
any other fancy material. Out of very
ordinary objects obtainable auvwhero,
ornamental objects can be converted
with a little ta6tc and trouble. Ameri
fins fok hoys and girls.
In children's styles, Bays tho New
York Tones, there is a great variety of
dresses and hats. Suits fr boys from
3 to 6 vears of ago are very much like
those for little girls; tho sumo materi
als aro used for both. The chief differ
ence is the way iu which tho waists aro
made. For boys the backs aro less cut
tip and the fronts straighter. Very
short skirts aro generally worn, as they
leave freedom to fhe limbs. They aro
often arranged in very wide plaits al
ternating with groups of very narrow
ones. These plaits are very full under
neath. The waists are open and have
one button In the neck, or clso tho
fronts aro fastened on c'ither side of tho
vest. Tho lower part of tho waist is
idtrTer arranged in three Hat vertical
plaits, or form rovers. This arrange
ment depends upon tho material of
which tho suit is made. Vests are of
ten replaced by puilings and Kussiaii
chemises, which aro more appropriate
for summer fabrics. A linen suit may
have a plaited kilt of ecru linen, with a
baud of blue linen sewed above tho
hem. Tho ecru waist is surrounded by
tho samo baud, and also has a blue
fling. Some suits are all blue and
iavo whito puilings and revers; others
aro of ndriuople, with tho collars,
cuffs, Russian chemises, and waist
fronts cmbroidored in blue. Ono may
also use pelerines nnd collars to match.
or whito Louis XIII. collars trimmed
with embroidery. A suit for a little
bov from 7 to 8 vears old rnav be mn!n
of pongee silk. Tho trowsers arc drawn
in at tho knee and fastened with a mother-of-pearl
button. Tho half-blouso
is taken in around tho waist by a yel
low leather belt. It buttons straight
down tho front. Tho largo sailor col
lar opens over a plastron of striped
blue and white cotton poods. Tho
straight sleeves have small cull's and
aro drawn in at the wrist. The sailor
hat matching this suit is of blue straw
trimmed with blue ribbon.
A small blouso for a little girl is of
red adrianoplc. It is shirred around
the neck and waist. Below the shirring
on tho waist is a deep flounce of hand
some white laco or embroidery. Tho
sleeves aro short, with long loops of
narrow red ribbon falling from tho top
of the shoulder. In the back are loops of
rather wide red ribbon. The hat worn
with tho blouso is of Leghorn straw.
It has a rather narrow brim, which
turns up in front, and is lined with red
velvet Around the crown is a trim
ming of straw-colored faille and in tho
center in front is a bunch of feathers of
the samo color. A small red velvet
bow covers tho starting point of tho
plumes. A suit for a little jrirl, 6 to 10
years of age, has gray plaited cache-
mire skirt. Over this is a snic waist of
tho same color, which laces in the back
and i3 very tight-litting. A gray faille
scarf is tied on the lower part of the
waist, lhe hat for woar with this suit
is of Mauilla straw. It has a raised
brim lined with velvet. In front of tho
crown are loops of ribbon, which aro
taken to the back and fall in long loops
THE FASHIONABLE FCKjT.
The fashionable foot of woman, says
the New. York correspondent of tho
Baltimore American, has undergone a
sudden and radical change. Only a
few months ago it was wholly artific
ial in shapo and as unnatural in size as
squeezing could make it. Tho toes
were brought to a sharp point and tho
apparent heel was directly under tho
instep, while the real one projected be
hind the high support. You are famil
iar enough with that kind of pedal dis
tortion, becauso it was for several years
in fashion and a majority of tho finely
dressed women submitted to its torture.
It did not permit of natural walkinir,
but gave rise, of necessity to that minc
ing gait which we have almost come to
regard as characteristic of femininity.
But at a point where further remodel
ing of the foot would havo approached
tlio Chinese kind of disfiguration, there
ciirao n reaction, and tho foot of the
New York bello to-day is set flatly nnd
squarely on the ground. Tho reforma
tion has been produced by tho vogue to
which athletic sports havo come with
the ordinarily ull-too-geutlo sex. l'o-
dostrinarianisni has struck popularity
with our city young women aud lazy
ease is for the time" in disfavor. Exer
cise on foot was found to be hardly a
diversion in tho high heeled aud narrow
toed shoes, and therefore a chango was
wrought in a few weeks that physicians
and dress reformers could not havo ac
complished in a century of argument.
The shoe of lWi's summer has a
heel of less than an inch iu height and
placed where it belongs, lhe too is
round and wide. Tho entire outlino is
not quito that of a human foot, but as
nearly so as previous condition of com
prehension permits. J ho material is
not tho inelastic glazed stuff long in
use, but of soft calfskin of tho samo
kind used in men's shoes. The mako
is masculine, even iu such details as
beveled solos and yellow stitching, and
especially in tho fact that the surface is
not to bo daubed with any black, shiny
varnish, but blackened with pigment
and brush in tho way heretofore dis
tinctively nnd exclusively male. Tho
exception in this latter respect is tho
shoo mado of real or imitation croco
dile skin, reddish yellow iu color, nnd
making the wearer look as though on
her way to a ball match. An artist
friend, rapturous on tho subject, de
clared that nn era of naturalness had
at last begun, and that uueontracted
waists would bo tho next happy attain
ment on the part of our fasliionablo
A New Type of Steamship.
Tho new national steamer, tho
America, is something more than a
very fast vessel. Without doubt sho
is tho fastest steamer afloat, but her
wonderful speed has been obtained
not by building her on the model of a
lead pencil and by filling her with
machinery. She has much greater
proportionate breadth of beam than tho
Oregon; her machinery indicates 8,500
horse-power, as compared with tho
16,000 horso-powor of tho Oregon's
engines, while sho burns 190 tons of
coal daily, instead of tho 7 burned
by her rival. Her splendid perform
ance on hor first trip shows that tho
day of tho narrow-beamed excessively
hiffh-nowcred steamer in over. With n
n - ' -
Into more than half tho horso-power
and a little more than half tho daily
consumption of coal, the broad-beamed,
steady ship will beat her narrow, high-
The importance of tho splendid suc
cess of tho America can hardly bo
overrated. It proves that fast steamers
can be operated at an immense reduc
tion of what has hitherto been their
neccessary cost, thus enabling them to
dispense with freight and to mako a
profit by carrying passengers only. It
also proves that u narrow beam is not
a necessary condition of speed, but that
a vessel may possess both stability and
speed. 1 he America constitutes a new
typo of steamer, and is to somo extent
a solution of the problem how to com
Lino speed with safety aud economy.
Atw l'vrk Times. J
(JA1K0 BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOKNlNli JULY
Marly Hi t-m t tii2 Im m.
To tho metal-workers, no doubt, wo
owe the disappearance of tho great for
ests of Arden, of which only tho namo
is left a namo significant and sweet
from its connectiou with Shakspeare,
nnd with that greater forest of Arden
on tho slopes of the Mouse, and wTiieli
received its name, no doubt, from kin
dred folk ou tho other side of the
channel. And just as Arden in Kn
plaud was tho funeral pyre from which
rose the riuenix Birmingham, so in tho
vanished forest of Ardennes we may
traco tho beginning of the same in
tiustry which created Liege, in Bel
gium, beginning with the" charcoal
burner aud his pile, and tho rude clay
furnace of the early iron-workers, aud
ending in the myriad industries of tho
great hardware cities. But of the in
termediate history of the metal-workers
of Birmingham and its neighbor
hood there is little record: Always
had tho neighborhood been noted for
its smiths' work, nud Leland, visititi"
Birmingham iu tho sixteenth century"
writes: "Thero bo many smithes "in
the town that uso to make knives and
nil manner of cutting tools, and many
loriners that make bine's, nud a front
many nailers; so that a great many of
the town is maintained by smithes who
havo their iron nnd sea-coal out of
Ma fiords hire." At Birmingham, too,
were forged many of tho weapons that
wero wielded iu the civil war, and
while Charles' queen was pawning tho
crown jewels aud buying arms "with
the proceeds among the smiths of Bel
gium, our iron-workers nt Birmingham
were busily forging blades tho
swords of the Lord and of Gideon, iu
the phraseology of the day of which
they furnished "some fifteen thousand
to tho parliamentary army. All the
Half the people who are called eo
centric deservo a much worse epithet
applied to them. Hero and there a
man or woman is found whose oddities
of opinion and erratic conduct aro
genuine, and tho outecftio of some
real inborn twist in their mental and
moral disposition. Such persons are
generally tolerable, and sometimes
very likable, iJiosyucrases serve as a
gentlo entertainment rather than as
an annoyauco to us. We feel that
they are quite unaware of their queer
uess, which is the result of a nativo
incapacity to comprehend the ordinary
conventions of society. But there aro
other people whoso eccentricities aro
not, or ought not, to be endured. They
are not innocently ignorant, but will
fully disregardful of a reiu of law in
the social world. The world's judg
ments nre no doubt superficial, and
therefore very commonly defective or
false; but the" world's "conventions
that is its rules tacitly agreed on for
the preservation of the order and de
cency of social intercourse are on tho
whole respectable and to be observed.
But the unendurable "eccentric" prides
himself upon being a ljw to himself in
theso matters. Ho likes to know that
his acquaintance are saying of Lim:
"Oh, that is Mr. B.'s way, you know.
Ho is not liko other people; ho always
does nnd says just what ho pleases!"
And the notable fact is that so many
persons aro imposed on by this absurd
affectation that they will let certain be
havior pass for independence and origi
nality, which is nothing but simplo
rudeness, the expression of egotism
aud ill-breeding. Jul Atlantic.
Monday Evening, July 11, 1SS4.
The weather is cool and plewint from
the effects of quite a shower which fell
The entire market seems to be very dull,
with prospects of a still greater decline iu
FLOUR Continues dull and unchang
ed. HAY Little more active, while there is
only a light supply on the market.
CORN Has little or no sale. Trices
OATS Arc more active, but are expect
ed to fall as soon as the huge new crop be
gins to move which is looked for in a few
MEAL Unchanged with go id demand
for choice city.
BRAN Very dull, with stocks large.
BUTTER The market is glutted nnd
only strictly choice can meet with any sale
EGGS Are on the decline. Good sup
ply on hand.
CHICKENS Prices remain unchanged.
Fair demand, especially for choice spring
FRUIT Raspberries and blackberries
are out of the market, (.'antelopes have fair
VEGETABLES Are dull. Hardly any
thing but tomatoes have any sale.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTK.-Tho prlrcs nore Riven are for vales from
Brut hands tu round lots. An advance Is
charted for broken lotsin lliilnironkrs.
l'fl bills various grades.
llM hhls laucy ,
luu bbls, choice
II lrS". f'O
2 cars gilt edge small bale..,
1 car prime
S cars choice quarter
1 cur choice quarter
9 II I
1 ear choice whl'-iri hulk
i ram choice mixed In bulk
1 car choice yellow in hulk
1 car southern
'i curs choice Northern Iu hulk..
No. S Red, ver hn
No. 2 Muditeranean
Win bills Clly on orders
A) hhls City " ,
In sucks.. , " 70375
7ii pound, old stork
400 poiiiidi choice Northern
Mo pou iid Southern Ills ,,
rri) do.i'ii In ni'i's
I.;it c choice..
" coops choice hens
Vi dozen choice .young
5 dozen youtij!
.' boXi peaches
1 mr wst-r melons per hundred ...
l'"tre'. pes per itez
Cunt. ty upp'i per husii
No v potnioc". per .biifhel
Torn iiiv per box
lo 1 -1 ihll
K:!.e ;Uiu-!)ed ,
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hV'i'ht ".ru'ves iiiC inirters
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Cl.Oi'.e !1V ll U'Tl
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H'-:i v. r per pound
11 to fir.
10 to v,
in to r
. tVi to 2 Wi
. 75 to ti 10
3 to r,
1 W to n
Dry Hint choice....
Hheep Pelts, dry . . ,
Sheep Pelts, ereen..
fVimmon Lna r'i . m
VJOOII IUL'9 J fiOGi r, l
jo Leuf 4 ', v. '. 1 1
Meal urn Leaf ti woj T 'f
uori bear 7 t. i t
RATKS OK KRKIOil'l .
Grain Hav Flour IVr.
cwr. fewt. fcblil. tfMil
Men phis. pj' 15
vurenns, ' 15
Helena, Ark l'i e'o
KlincMton, ,Miss .... lr, 30
Notches 17 ti
All other way points
heiow .Memphis to
New Oceans t V
V1 vo; ir.w
9 MkTn R
7 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
ILL. MSS. CA.
TOR SALE BY
II. fcteasjalii & Co., Cairo. Ill
Wr'. Dr. KEAN,
lSl. l a MTTTH I'l. AMI (r., CHICAGO
UMIl)id hm, li mil tiatujf ll fri
vU, MvtTuus, Curuulc tul hpet 11 ll
ruHt.Ntirrnittnrho'a, ImpoUtir j liuxiial
lnri. Uyi, Prtnala diMr. ttC VU-
mihutb.n fifniBll?, fT by kiler fr
Ir Ksn In tl only phTvlrtAii III tf
rn j 1 111 war ( am rum r no pay, v v
bfalllai-tratil book.omr a.uuoixcfctliiUuaa,!! biualU
!it. II. H. RANK, t-t tti Ign1n-fy
M'lfrnt, Buw itfTi-rt a Hirn"1r hereby
any out fan rurc htir quirk ly anrl alnllj. Kr teitlnn.
fcUln'l M'Miem.-iitifr.itnniInfnt in.lci mn.Af,a(HreM
c wn rnur .s . . .
Ji. 1L A. l. 1. U 1UO I alien St., .lew lurk 1 11.
Jiy aililiesim (ii::i. p. ItOWKI.I, ft 1(1. 10
.Sprine M New tori., can lenm the exnei'cosl
ot iiny propimeil l'i I A I VKICI I SI No in Atner
eim NcnHpupi rs. Hi-pnu 1'iiiiiiililet, loo.
Holiest Old Ah(.
Lincoln has it strnn.' bark. Others
X HehMin's Ciipriiie Porous Planters.
may bv iihii,
MI' rirrrl IN oI' war who were re-
vi-x l C-1 i no Intel pnv (or thetil'ie between
date of coiiiinisrioii und olll. lal mu-ter, will Hud It
t their inieiest to nnimiiiil. ate promptly and
with particulars, with .Mi N KILL v. III ItCli, At
tornejs nnd So .notors. Iiruwer 1'7, Washington,
l C No lec.t In advance, honornhle dealing;
Tho Science of Life. Only $1
BY MAIL POST-PAID.
Kxbsusted ViMlity. Nervous and Phytcal lie
bi'.itv. Pn.!iiiitiir.' ilec'lno in .Man, Krrors ol
Youth, und untold miseries resultlni; lrorn Indis
rretion or exces-cs A hook for every man, vouni;.
mliiille.'iL'eil anil n!d. It coiitnins l.'i preseripiioti"
or all acute mil ctromc diseases, each one ol
which is invn'ieibte. so lound hy tho Author,
whose exp..-r!erire f..r i! yeBris such as probably
mver befere fell to the lor of any physician. 3o0
pact's, hour.. 1 in heatitilul French muslin, emhos
sed cover", t'.il' i;!lt, ir'i.iriu. t i.-. il to be a finer work
iu ev-ry sense-raec linitiei', literary and proies
s'or.'il than 'it-y olh-rwork soli! in this country
for "0. or ! e :n mev w ili lie refunded In ever)
illi-t'iire JT 111 iy i.(n bv mo!, pont-pald.
l.;u-t:..,iv, ;r:i h- i; cents. Sen.! m.w. (iold
nieiiu' f. : -."i- .1 tl.K u'l'he.r !,y the Natiiv nl Meiiica!
Ass.'.- atM'i, to I rVer I rtiiich ho r fers.
Thi sfinuld be p-'el hv the young lor In-st'iu-.ion,
),y i, fllim. ,1 u,r r'eiiel lr will
benei't a. 1. London Lar.ret.
Tin-re is no lii- iii ! . r ol society to whom this
hook wi:i ror he nseMl. whether yo-itli, (mreiil
fTUanPaii. ir.-triic'i.r i.r clerc riui'i Ar.'onatlt.
Address tdn Peabo'ly Medical I'l't.l ute. or l)r
Y. II. Purser. No. 1 Hu'tino Stn er. It .sron,
Mass.. who ninv he ri.rsnlied on all ilis-us,.. re
(juiriiii- sL:!l nr.. I evperiernf . Chtoiiic and olisti
mite iliseiM that hav bHllli-d 1 I t I the
skill o! a.l o't.'.T pl, s'cinns n 11 liVlv ii;p.
ci'i!tv. S;n-!i tr. nted sue- rp j i ro I I l i
cessfu.lr witho'lt an ins!- 1111 ol'Il
aiiceel fa.iure. .Mention this paper.
W IIOOPI Ar II,
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WINTER and BRONCHIAL COUCH
up- t '.."1 I y ih;- ( s-.t-ii'-rit p'i;n ty.
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fiilencies, and J r - nt.s i i - k
iJirerti'm in ttn l'iju"jtr I, t.ynny v.mj fsAtle.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICACO.
I'OR BALK E Y ALL DKUCKHSTIi.
For Sale bv
PAUL G. sciiuii!
Snooial At?. in this oitv.
85 S. Gfark St., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO.
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pprfeet "riT fi.,.1 bt.iI p.ir llo-'i.eir.o irwiro hl't H'
ami I r.liMASLvi iil him of all Privuto, f,ru,j- a,
Nrrvoin Uise.is. s. Aif-cti'iiniif the itlooil, hUtii,
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r.u t or Ii.Lisni-
j Circuit Court of Al.'v
SS, der CollUtV, llliuols.
Cot'NTV OK Al.KXAVDEK, I III Cham erv.
Charles u. Pati'-r and DuKeula Volf
John Wolf, Henry Wolf, Mrs. Wlf wife of Henry
Wolf, Pannv slirler, JefTersun Shriver,
Louisa Allen, Anna .Mary .larrett
and Kliza Ki.-her."
K..r Partition and Assi.-ninent of flower.
Public notice ii. hen-'iy elteii Hint, in pursuance of
a dei ree made and entered by said court In the Ihi.'
entitled cause, on the :Mth day of June. A. I). lM, I,
Alexander II. Irvln, Master In Chancery of thenswav
circuit court of Alexander county, will.'un Jt
KUIIlAY, THE FIIIST DAY K AILl sT, 11,
at the hour of 11 o'clock In th forenoon, at tho
soiithwefterly door of the court hoti-e iu the citv of
Cairo, county of Alexander and stute uf Illih'i.is,
sell t public am tlon, to the hi-hest and ls-st liidiler,
all anil -ineiilar, the follow inu ilesi riheil (.reiuises
and real estiiie in said decree mentioned, tu satisfy
said decree, to-wit : Lots numbered one 1 1 1, two r.'i
and three i :i i, in block numliered nlneteeri il'o, (n
tin- First Addition to the citv of Cairo, in the cuunty
of Alexander and stitt uf Illinois; hI.-o the south
west iiitrt.-r of the soiitheiiet quarter of eei tion
numls-r twenty-seven iiKi, In township riumU-r
thirteen i i:ii, south ratiLt' two r.'j east, in tlie c. unity
of Johnson, and state of Illinois: also a part of the
northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section
niimlur two r.'i, in township iiiiiuImT twelve
ll'-'!, south ranu'e three (!() eiist, In the
said county of Johnson and etate of lliinois, nanie
Iv l omnieiicliit' ut a eiiiull liickory tree on the west
line of said quarter, quarter section at a brunch forty
rods north of the southwest corner of mud tract of
land : thence riirinino due east three chains, and sixty
links to a stone ; thence north ten deu'rees east four
chains mid lhe hnks to a stone at the northwest
comer of lot number seven iT', In Tiinnell Hill
south : thence south eighty-six decrees enl, thirteen
rods Ix-im; the north line of lots numls-rcd six (li)
and seven t? to a stone; thence south ten deerees;
west one chain and thirty nine links to a stone;
thence northwesterly to the southwest comer of
said lot numlier seven (7;; thence north ten ileL-rees
east one cluiin nnd thirty nine links to the place of
bec-inmni! inclinlinir su!d lots, numliered nil pit arid
seven (Ti, in Turmoil Hill south. The terms of
sale w ill be one half the pun base money in cash on
the day of sale, and the balance payable in nine
months with li tier cent, interest, secured bv note
and mortem.'" on the premise Hold. The promises
will Is' sold free ot the dower of the complainant,
uuicentu nou, (neroui.
Dated Cairo, 111., July Hth, imki.
ALF.X II. IIIYIN.
Master In Chancery,
(iuo. ITsher, Complainant's Solicitor.
State or Illinois I Circuit Court of A 1-
V SA evuriilt.r f 'iiiii.ti II.
Col'NTYOFAl.EVANlJtH i lillols. 1 tl Chlllic'orv
Francis I). Alherton
Lilly Atlierton, William Atherton nnd Tlinmu ,Ief-
leieuii v lllli;,
Public Notice is herehv irl Vim t li ut 111 iiltitQiinnnA
flf H fliU'rm til Itilu lllkit aititnr..il l.c ..t.l 1 .1...
," 'iMHiii-iru rum IMlirt JII
tthovpi'ntitli'd chihh, on tlie Mthday of Mhv, A.J).
i . mui, i. i ii. inin. .i ii-ie r in i riancery ot
the said circuit court of Alexander county, will, on
FKIDAY, THE FIRST DAY (IF Al tll'ST. 1SSI.
at lhe hour of 11 o'clock In the forenoon, nt the
southwesterly door of the court house. In the citv of
Cairo, county of Alexander nnd state of Illinois, sell
at nubile unction, til the hhdieut nml l,.,ut l.l.l.l... ..II
and slhirular, the real estate In said decree mention
ed. HitllHle ill tha ecuinlv i.f AI.......I...
and state of Illinois, to satisfy' said decree, Induy
the undivided one-eli;hth part of the followinc; de
scribed lands, tow it: The east half of the north
west quarter: the northeast quarter of the southwest
oiiarter. and the northwest uiiMPii.r i.F ti.n u....i........
quarter of section twenty-one ii!li; uIho the south-
.-ni ij.ini -i .11 in,- poiiineiiMi quarter ol section li r
teen ou in ..."ii-iiii eixieeil llll, solltll 1111(1
nMi- iiii "i u me iinni iirintipai meilillan.
lerinn in euie, one-nun m purciiaseinoiievca.il. .
Iiand, balance on a credit of six month, with notes
and iiwrtijajf ou premises Bold," heaTirte (J per cent
Dated Cairo, III., July Hth, IHSI.
ALEX II. IRVIN,
m . , .Master In tlmncery.
D. T. Llneiinr, Complulnant's Solkitor,