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Till'. 0A1LY OAIIiO HULLK'lIN: TIIUKSDAY MOHNLNtl JULY 17, 1881.
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rubhehcr and I'rourictor.
I..IL- tiliA M't I'K
Waited for .lack.
Pwei t Knto of YVvmliiitiu's dairy nl Jack cf
Oli, li"itr they woo'rt nnd fond they coo'd, a
lu'tliful J:tok nnil Jili!
Hut t.tura were bud tor ium nml hid, 8iid end-
Iv liolli conicsbcd
Tnni1 'not tl'iiic to I . vi y (ho ring- before
they'd lined the t:ost.
"Counicro, i(l!"paid Katio. "Yes, we'll
In. ve to wail :
Hut t .'iiuli, my dear, its twenty year, I'll
take no ullier mate."
Hut Ktiirlnnil wanted Jackey, for war w as In
And urins more trrim wero pressed on him
1 li ii ii Kiltie's bonny pnlr.
Fo all through Spain, in' i-ouiih rnmpatftn, lie
chivied bolil Mossoo,
And tired lii (run and made him run llkefun
When the lads ennic around her, KatJebndo
"1 lu re's (nrl enow for you to woo; I mean
to :t lor Jack."
The (.-my in Katie's ringlets w.is mingled with
V'lieii, lniinp-n-thi:inp, nn elisor stump came
pcjrtrn.if llirctiirli the town.
"It'? me. you foo, eome buck," says hp, "ex
cept a leir orso;
And fate and sound here's twenty pound; so
let tt-.n parson know."
Jiti(r e. jrtiiclo, jinple! sot the bells n-chiine.
Ami heidli anil biiss to Jove IXj this that
bravely t ides its time.
Tlie Question of Tilt? Drainage Prac
tically Considered. Farming as
How to Train Fruit Trees
Tilt. O.'jT Oi' TILE DHAIXAGE.
Many farmers ia sections of the
country ia which not much has been
done in tile drainage, are deterred from
making any experiments inthis improve
ment by exareated ideas of the cost.
What is known as thorough drainage
putting in linos of tile at intervals of
from twenty to forty feet over the
whole, surface is ' a costly work, but
this not necessary ia most western soils.
While it would be f jolish to do this
kind of drainage iu regions of low
priced lands, yet even a little drainage
will often do great good. The writer
has recently had 10 aeres of prairie
land drained in central Eastern Liinois,
putting in 1,047 rods of tin; (about
three and one-fourth miles) at aii aver
ago depth of a little over three feet the
tiio varying from three to seven inches
in size. The total cost was less than
$S'X), or $5 per acre. Tho rental of
the land was at once advanced over 30
per cent. More drains could be put
on the land with good resuiu, but not
one farm in tifty in tho portion of the
State in which it lies has had as much
tiling done on it in proportion to size.
The land had several pond's goc-4
size, and a number of acres of
"slough," unlit for cultivation. Now
there is not an aero of tho lo'u not n't
for tillage. Larger tiio would have
been used for tho leading main drain,
l.ad not the outlet been an eight-inch
tiio previously laid by the owner of tho
adjoining tract. As it is, all the lines
from over 1 0v' acres of laml are brought
to this seven-inch main. In times of
very wet wether this is over taxed; but
in ordinary times it does the work re
quired of it.
It may be helpful to those un
accustomed to the work to know that
the price paid for digging the ditch,
hying the t.lo and partly filling the
ditch, was 10 cents per f ot in depth,
per rod, up to three feet, witli 12J c-nts
per foot for any excess over three feet
The price of tile varies considerably,
but is now lower than wc havo before
known it. Many manufacturers make
nothing less than three-inch tile. The
prices for these varies from f 10 to f l.
per 1,000 feet; for four-inch from $lo
to f-Jij; for five-inch from if'Jo to $"').
larger sizes have greater variation iu
irice. These prices aro for tiio de
livered at the factory. In some cases
there is no increase of price when tho
tile arc sold from distributing points
to which they have been sent by rail;
but as the freight charges aro neces
sarily heavy, the distance from tho
factory has much to do with tho cost
of the tile. There aro over twenty
lactones in the county in which tho
t .1 . ...
iiuui eiiimeu ui lies UVC Wltlau R3
Had there been little moncv to sparo
lor tins work, tho drainarre alreadv
done might have been distributed over
a series of years, each part done well
repaying its cost. It would clearlv
havo been most necessary to put in the
main drain, through the chief "slough, '
and running a branch to the two prince
pal ponds. Jho mistake which many
beginners would make in such case
would have been the use of two small
lile for this main. The seven-inch tiio
will carry more than would a line of
Keeping in raind probable futuro
drainage and using sizes of tile with
reference to this, thero need bo no
hesitation in commencing tho work,
even if comparatively littlo can bo
done in any one year." As wo have be
fore said, it sometimes happens that a
most profitable preliminary to the work
of lile drainage is tho straightening or
deepening of thy natural channels
through which the surface water has
made its way. In the ease of tiio dull,
sluggish and extremely crooked streams
on many prairie farms, straightening
the chanuel will so greatly increase the
fall and diniini,h the resistance that
tho surfaeo water will bo readily
carried off where before it stood for
hours or even days. In other cases,
tho most important work will bo the
drainage 01 ponds, mere urea good
many tracts of laud much needing
drainage, but without well-deliued
natural channels, anil requiring a con
siderable number of lines of tiio to
securo at nil satisfactory results; but
such aro the exceptions and not tho
rule. IJrcakr'a Uuzdk.
FARMING VOH 1'LEASL'KE.
Many persons who arc engaged
farming for n livelihood or ns a branch
of business do not regnrd it ns a very
pleasurnblo occupation. In fact, they
utten complain of their monotonous
life and of their lack of tho menus of
enjoyment. Many farmers tunko thoir
nlaiis to spend tho latter years of their
lives in sonio town, whero they can
have more to enjoy than they do on
tho farm. Men who become rich in
cities, however, desire to retire, to tho
country, and very many of them do so.
A large proportion of tho very wealthy
men in this city own nnd mauago farms.
Several of them are well versed in
every department of agriculture, fruit
growing, and stock-raising. Tho like
is true of men of wealth in other cities
iu the country. Farming is engaged
in as a pastime by many peoplo in
Great Britain. Indeed, complaints aro
constantly being mado in tho English
jiapers by farmers that so much land
is being secured by persons of largo
means, who desire to engago in different
branches of husbandry simply for pleas
ure. They purchase laud at prices
that those who look upon it as a safe
investment for conducting farming
operations can not afford to pay. They
also securo tho best stock of all kinds,
not with a view to profit, but as sources
of pleasure. Tho English gentleman
of wealth nnd leisure takes more pleas
ure at his country seat than in his
London mansion. " lie takes ploasuro
in being a good farmer, a skillful fruit
grower, and a successful stock-breeder.
A largo number of professional and
business men in New York and Phila
delphia manage farms as a means for
recreation. They spend money on
them, not with a view of getting re
turns in cash, but in happiness. Law
yers, ministers, morchants, and manu
facturers spend considerable of their
thuo in farming as a source of pleasure.
Is thero any other kind of business
in which men engage simply ''for tho
fun of tho tiling?" Rich men do not
engage iu mining manufacturing, or
trade simply for pleasure. No one,
perhaps, ever heard of a man who had
an abundance of this world's goods
engaged in running a train of cars,
hammering nt an anvil, tending r saw
mill, laying brick, or quarrying stono
for pleasure. They do not think that
they can obtain any enjoyment in any
of these occupations. They leave them
to persons w ho are obliged to engago
in them for the purpose of supporting
themselves and their families. They
engage in agriculture, horticulture,
and stock-raising with the expectation
of having a good time, and from tiieir
own accounts are seldom disappointed.
KUt'IT NKAK Til E dUulXK.
Some persons strive to have fruit
produced as iar from the ground as
possible. They seem to think that
tiioro is an advantage in having it near
tiie sun. Tliey dehght in trees with
tall trunks and branches that extend
upward. They are constantly cutting
oil' the lower iiniLs. so as to secure very
tail tree-i. Tiiey "rim pear stalks so
that thoy look l.ke Lombard) poplars.
Ia buying trees of a nursery or from
traveling dealers they select the tallest,
li they have grave vines thev take pains
to tra.a them v
rv hiirii from the ground
;ne eases they allow lateraU to
into branches of lives. They con
.t tr .!'..? six or iuom feet in
;:t. Tii-y endeavor to lit the iar
vines mi the highest wire or pi'(")
ood ii--d as a suwior!. TJn-v trim
ooseiwrrv Lai -dies in troc
Tiii-y encourage :;!:! k berry and
rv c'jik's to attain a yreat length,
at tin; trotiide and o.vpet:-.s of
ing ti.em with s l.aiies and twine.
Thev have frair.es for supporting- to
mato vines, so as to ha7e them grow
like trees. These is one advantago in
having fruit at some distance from tae
virfaoc of tlic ground, it renders it
l"ss liable to be gathered by fowls.
Every other consideration is Against
the practice. Large fruit, as apples.
lioar. anu tieaeiies an! oiuicua 10
gather when they are on tan trees.
They are liable to injury iu failing after
they become ripe. ?o kind 01 iruii
pens as well at a long distance from
tiio ground ns it does quite near it.
The temperature of the air is higher
near the surface than several ieei
ove it. With grapes and tomatoes,
raised in this latitude, it is nnporiaiu
to make all we can out of the short
season. The soil stores up heat during
the day and gives it out during the
ni 'ht. The nearer the fruit is to tho
ground the more benefit it derives from
it. fruit within a foot of tins ground
has the bent-lit of more heal than that
which is several feet removed from it.
i.i:ris; si mmki: m tti-.ii.
A De Kalb countv, Illinois, corres
pondent of Tin: Iiuntl Smo Yurhrr
writes: It is a fact well conceded by
all good judges of butter that butter
made in dune is heiu.r flavored than
that made in any of the other eleven
months. It is therefore very important
that evervone should know how to
keep the June product for winter use,
Here is one way: 1 ack the butter
solidly in stone, crocks to within an
inch ot tho top. level it, aud cut a piece
ol white muslin and spread it over tho
top; then ltd to the top with common
salt. Dig a hole in the ground on tho
north side of some building, or in the
the shade 01 some tree; or, 11 this is
inconvenient, the garden will do; let it
be deep enough, so that when tho crock
is covered the earth on lop of it will
not ho less than eighteen inches thick.
In this hole place the crock; over it put
something that will turn off tho water
if any leaches down to it. An old tin
pan turned over makes a good cover.
Pack on the earth, leaving it rounding,
like au aut-hiil, to carry off the surface
water. If this work is douo in tho
garden, plant over the top a tomato
vine, or a few beans, or anything, to
shade and keep away tho torrid rays of
tho sun. Tho work is then tinishod,
until ono wishes to take out tho butter
any time before frost. This method I
will warrant to keep butter perfectly
sweet until winter, if proper care is
taken. An old acquaintance of mine
tells mo ho lias practiced this plan for
years, and when he lived on the lartn
lie used to take up his but ter in Novem
ber, and sell it fur 40 cents per pound,
wher.ias if it had been disposed of when
made, ho could not havo realized moro
thau 15 cenl-i. This j ulso a good
way to keep canned fruit during' tho
summer, if oue has not 11 proper placo
for the purpose. Put tho cans in
box and bury it as tho above, if canned
in I in glass.
It costs tho 11-Htik of England $ 50,000
a year to feed its clerks during business
There nro 419 type-setters, besides
apprentices, in the Government l't int
ing Ollice at Washington.
Niagara has suffered its deepest hu
miliation. A traveling Scotchman has
alluded to it as "a grand spout."
Limoges, Franco, tho ancient cradlo
of enamel, is still a nourishing manu
facturing town of 50,000 Inhabitants.
A deed has been registered in Wyan
dotte, Kan., conveying a certain lot of.
land to William Henry Harrison Tyler
Tho importation of coll'eo in lS-s;
reached 527,704,470 pounds, or ten and
one-half pounds for each inhabitant of
tho United States.
Earlhnm College, at Richmond, Iml.,
tho leading Quaker collogo in tho
West, is to havo a new 45,000 building
and threo additional professors.
From cork chippings, oneo thrown
away, thousands of yards of linoleum
are now made at Pelmonhorst, Ger
many, where tho industry is becoming
It i3 claimed that thero aro for!
thousand peoplo in New York citv wh )
depend on gambling for a livelihood.
It is not stated how many of this num
ber do business iu Wall street.
Popular editions both of Queen Vic
toria 3 book and of tho Princess Alice's
letters will bo published early in the
autumn. Tho Queen is anxious to have
a sixpenny edition of tho latter work.
Doting husbands who havo bought
their wives tho biggest diamonds they
could get, will bo discouraged to learn
that small diamonds aro now tho style,
both for rings and tho ears. Some of
the latest New York earrings aro like
Man is like an oil-painting. Tho
background of his character must bo
well 'drawn, the perspective truthfully
brought out and the fore-ground hon
estly conceived, or tho work will not
find a place iu tho temple of success.
Mr. W. W. Corcoran, tho millionaire
banker aud philanthropist of Washing
ton, is said to be exceedingly proud of
his ancestry. He glories in tho fact
that his father was only a poor, honest
shoemaker, and ho treasures tho old
cobbler's-shop sign-board among hi
The live States of Delaware, Colo
rado, Florida, Nevada and Oregon
combined havo not so great a popula
tion by about IOo.iaK) souls as tho city
of New York. Yet New York City has
but eight representatives in Cougress,
while the live States havo sixteen, be
sides their ten Senators.
Miss Nellie Kane, formerly a school
teacher at Glenwood, Vt., is now doing
a successful stock and brokerage busi
ness in San Francisco. She is reported
to be rich aud charitable. A Do-ton
family, out of funds in 'Frisco, were
recently given the means for returning
East, and other little kindnesses are at
tributed to her.
The latest novelty in church enter
tainments has struck Cedar Rapids,
Iowa. It is an evening of cradio
songs, in which the different customs
of nations in singing their babies to
sleep will be told in song and illustrated
in pantomime. Each representative
mother and child will bo in the cos
tume of tho country, and the lullaby
will be sung in the native language.
Charles Graber, a farmer near I'eiins
burg, Pa., last Friday was horrified to
finiAhat a black snake, had coiled it
self about his leg. Mr. Graber used
h'13 fists with good effect, and then,
when he discovered that he was stand
ing over two more reptiles of the samo
species, and that there was another ia
Ins path, the aiirighted lanner suc
ceeded in killing two of the snakes,
two escaping. The reptile which had
encircled his leg was nearly live feet ia
How Wehsler Defended Hm,Hf.
Mr. Webster, in April lild, mado
some scathing remarks in tho senate
on a resolution of the house, calling
for an account of his disbursements of
the secret service fund. This fund, ho
exclaimed, could not bo expended by
direction of tho president, and ho
asserted in conclusion that all decla
rations, averments, statements, or in
sinuations mado anywhere, or by tiny-
body, which imputed perversion, mis
application, or waste of the public funds,
ns committed or made by him while
secretary of state, were utterly ground
lens and false Whoever charged him
wilh having misapplied the public fund
while in tho state department had
cither seen tho papers or had, in some
other way, obtained knowledge upon
the subject, or ho had not. If ho had
seen no papers, or had no knowledge,
then "his imputations were purely wan
ton and slanderous, if he had seen the
papers, or had any knowledge, then ho
would state what he knew if he knew
any thing which would sustain his
charge. Silence, under such circum
stances, was conclusive that lie knew
sothing, because he was under no
obligation of secrecy, nnd in nbsetieo
on all oilier proof he would of course
of all tell he knew, if he knew any
thing which would in the slightest
degreo bear hitn out. Tho charge
therefore, was mado in utter iguo
nnco of any facts to support it, or,
else witli, a knowledge that the facts
which did exist would, if made known,
entirely disprove it. As to the soitreo
of this miserable vituperation, lie had
nothing to say. He was afraid ho
should bo thought to have paid too
much attention to it alreadv. "Sir,"
said Mr. ehster, "I leave tho author
of these slanders when' he is; I leavo
him in the worst company I know of
in this world 1 leave him with him
self. Mr. Jarnagin then desired to
withdraw Ids resolution, which was
not allowed, nnd the resolution was
rejected by the large vote of -14 to
1 Mr. Turner, of Tennessee, being tho
one. Jlai: 1'tr'i i y'oov.
At a yearly meeting of Friends in
Philadelphia it was ascertained Ihrou
epistles that "in no instance was there
a report of any Friend being: engaged
in the manufacture or sale of iutoxl
, White Yil'e Sold to an Indian.
A novel transaction took place in this
vicinity during the past few days, it
is uf common occurrence for an Indian
to buy a squaw, but for a white man to
sell his wito and children to an Indian
is something that wo never heard of
before. Tito two principals to tho
transaction wero Thomas Kirby, of Al
inv, a pusillanimous littlo cur, and a
dusky sou of tho forest who has beeti
loitering hereabouts for several days.
It appears that Kirby, by his abuse,
had long since driven his wife from
home, who took up her abodo in Ev
anston, together with threo children.
The first that was known of the swap
was on Wednesday morning, when tho
Indian bolted into the house, every
room of which ho proceeded to exam
ine. The lady inquired as to his inten
tions, whereupon he informed her that
"Little white man in A! my sell mo
while squaw and three papoose two
"Iris, one boy fur ponies." The
would-be-property of the Indian was
so minutely described that what he
said carried conviction to tho wife's
mind as to Kirby's -intentions, nud it
was only through the persuasion of
lieekwith, Dunn Go's teamster that
the irate red man did not carry off his
new purchase 1'inln Ciio fiuin.
Two of N"d Stokes' bartenders in
New York, getting if:0 a month and
board, took to wearing bigger
diamonds thau he could, and lie has
had tLeni arrested for robbing him.
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can .V usp.'d r-. Of I C .:. 1't.ei! Ulct, i"C.
Hoiiot Old Abe.
Ahriliiim I it eo'n In- a t-oa- h.e-k. (nio-rn
m o 'n ii-'.ii li-i-.-un's i .ijidiu' l r ii- 1' w-'cr.
I l W f C I.' I ' of Hie late who were re-
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i'.hV cf comniSK-'ou mxl ' tl'. inl noir-vr, will find it
tot'eir iirei, !-: id c- mucin!- nt" pmmpt'v nnil
with liarti.-ul-tr-. with -M NK1I.I I'lKCll, A'
tori.ej e imtl so.ir'ii-rs. 1 riuer I'T. W :o.!i!t k'tcii.
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dUcaoec that hav t.'illled T T l.1 A I tin;
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PAPILLOS MFC, CO., CKICACO.
Ir-OIl 8 ALB BV M l. l.RUoOISia
I')r Salo bv
PAUL G. SCIIUII.,
Snt tiinl A!Msi. in this imIv.
Wo tW'ltllH v,Oxh'ini.(r(l
Iovi n, jui ui -t .in tU't u y
Mid fi-ilnr-o to p-ilitrin
ilutli pr 'T rly are (.: H.-tl t y
.- ;rrr- uf yonili, ft,-,
v nl lit i ! a t r t, nml Lin,!
THE N1APSTON BOLUS.
Ni-i'Ii'T Ht.rin.i ll (iriit'irin u. ir
- lll-sinillUMILrt. I Mlf I rM ret-Ill nf
t-rt 'ti 1 v 1) I 1 1 I y H'i'1
Ih 'tilciil llfi-ii v iHinn'fnrttilif
tiircpo' ftil brnnfto :v - on jxti'i i-t dinirnic-it
hew ii ml Uii't't't nu'tlioiN nn I nhnlntr ihir
iitluiiv i nil ininriiint mn mid Treat ifi lr. ,
A'l.lre'-. t .iinUinr' I'Iivmh uin i.f
MARSTON REMEDY CO., 4GW.14thSI N.UvYo;k.
Fn tr jmTlirillllnn,!, of fr.ppn nt .TTaut D.-l.ttllT. niMl
5J la cil an-l mv.l'itl wiskn, ... li,t i,iu',i..,..,l,ii, r.
MS E1C" l'.!l--.ll. I!t ir.illlaof In !.. -- .
a tfN. .,irnin , ftiM.-.Tm,.,!!,. NERVITA.
Biiiiik ral l It tlial 1 1 u 111 r lire t-ter, fac f,r,.ntil urn luit.iil u
any niBi.r l,i,l jiarkai.-' V p "VfiM R I
f jktn liifuiiiljie 'Km lor 1'ib .
Xfkt'rico $1. at dniL'irlmii, or
k-SJiient priMiald t.y mull, mmiii'i
EJu . Ail. "ANAKI-SIS"
. . ...mll nf aaa nf 1i9
BnrrttnntHil and puemwst'ul Hpecialhts In tho 17. A
innw ri'ttrcrti lor I he curt' of A'crroifH Irbifif;.
'yf minhooif. Ilnfeii-ii(ruiii1 cri. H. ul
Uipluin scaled euvulopej-ce. lnuh-i!i!itat;ue,lllli
Addreii DH. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo.
Km Dr. KEAN,
Nn. lia iSutrrn t.'i.AHK hi,, t'itlKt thu
tnldinbotl lMu.( Ii null licnttlng alt Til
Vnl, Noi voill, t'liidiilC tit J hiwrUl tlln
Ur. Ki'nn in Hi imtjr I'liTklfitt ill tit
11V IIINI riRlltB ruin iir l" I'd. u n
tKolllatrutoJ boui.ytera.yuo ptBtil(itioui, 91 bjfulL
nil, 11. H. K.tNK, ir tho I.iiln.fy
l.in, Dow ollfti n lt"tue'ly wlifn-lty
ny odd fun nito hi in r If inilrkl nfl tmlntrdtT, K.ir lettlnu
Dlnlv ntnlcrd.irctiiriUfridn fiiilncut iiicdlcn) mnti,r.(Mri'ii
ii, 11. kiNK, A.JI., fl.U., 100 l-Hlluu Ht,, Svm lurk till
T it v:
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Divinized D.cciubei', lllJUJ, I'mlor the
Lit w of lBli.'l.
Hj.irto W'idovM. ai d Orphana .Mmu,i Aid So.
ci-ty, o-eanl,ei: July 4t h. 1H77, uuil'tr
thu laws of 1 HT J.
.!' IIS II. liOUINSON.
W.M. ST I! AT i' S .-
J. A. i.'iLliSTINK
f. V. IiUn MM!
..iM -il'ciil Advinr
HOAIII) OF Dllil't Toil- Ktiit Ivr YKAIi.
Win. St rat it ni. str'tioii ,t Ihrd. r..-er-, Ciiirii, 111.
.). A. (.,i, l-t:i.e. n..oli!-liIie A Iti.retlWiuvr. w'hllle'.
a ile in , ; t tl .try e.i ; i . Im rml n jr. M. Ii
I'r '. I:.!. b I l.v . f..r I n- ui.a; Albert Lewiv
i ii -i-iii-i cei'hiiM; .). II. Kohinaon, county
jicl.o- .it. no: ,rv p it. lie; Wm. K. 1'iielier, com
hroher iil.d I : .'ir-i.o a o-rii ; It . )-n ,, (
at., , t - ivic-nt; M. i'h I i; h. earp. t,t-r iimI tuiib!
er ; 'I li Hio," I.- : '. i"o; ,i -v nml peer.. tarr ; r V
e- , , it-orne. lli.IJi!,,,,) ,i ; p pt(;
ci In r of ! t I'h "I it iii , Ashley. Ill ; Alheil
lb.- !.- . ca-' i r t-t (ie.tr fe C.ii.ii.- y Co , Spring,
lie! !. 1 I : It. M 'Hie. a't'irncv.afla'v. Iil'i Ita.i.
(!" i h - '' hi . -: H.e.. K-.bt.A. Hatcher, hl.
tun., i a' ia i . I h , rlt-1 on . Mn ; 11. cly n ton,
t u-hi'-r l-'u-t Nat, "iial I'ank. Mie.rt. iow.
617 St, Charles St. Si'. LOCIS, MO.
A rotr'ilap fJrnilumo c, ti) rue, Ileal
polli-it -. 1, i I.e. -ii 1 1 ' 1 1 '.-. i ri.'k'avi-l In the Ireat
,iii nt ol ( 'lii-onO-, Ni rvo'irt, Kltin met
Jllon.l I M "t-.- than anv ftt!i r pliyielan In
M. Lou I'. a el' I' '1" r hnw .md all . !1 r.-l-d'-iils
know, ( oii-nit itlun it ittlce or ty matt,
free uinl Invlt' -I. A ire-nd'" t:.lk orii.s opinion
C"t llitllllllK. Whl-ll It Is l-iei'l.V.-lliedt t'.yi'lt
tie' eltv (or treatment, no -lietnes r;,n t. ,.t,i
I'Vinall or mpresi evervo li.-i .-. ( ;irhie pai. a
(..l.intlltei d ; wll'-re tlouhl tJk'.at.l'. la trunkly
tat. d. Cad or Write,
fVcrrniH rrntratlnn, Tlcliliit;, Mpntal iml
I'hfilcal Wclnf, Hcrcuilal and other
affection of Throat, Skin aa Bone, Mood
Impurltltl ami Hlnml l'(il.inlng, vkln After,
tlnm. Old Korea aail Vlceri, Impedimenta lo
Marring, rtheumatliin, TIIm. Kprrltl at
tent Ion t tn from oier-worked tiraln.
M TitdCAL ( 'inHS receltw pwl attenllon.
IMaee, arlilng from Imprudence Hiceiiw,
ImlulKi-nrcj or Kipi.iurrj,
It Ii " If.t-vl'lt nt that a phMH'taii f -.v Itiif
pal tleti'ar attention t-. a cla-Not' ct.ei, attalni
Itr.-at sk ol, and pli vsielait In r.-.'iilar p. aeth-i
all over the colli tl V klK.K IlliC thl-. fn-'i etitly
recoil. uieiiil it-e, to ho!de-t or!,, r lr Aim rl
c.i w ti.-re ev.-ry known appliance M-sort'-i?
t-. a:el t lie irov.-tl trooil riiooli''- '.f all
a.'e ami '-'..inlrh ( art-u.'-.l, A Ice ttrn-e ! i
nw.'d lor Oihi e piirpo. . and all are treat' I itli
iklii In a resj.t-e tfnl manner; and, kti"T.n
w hat to do. no exp' rliiint-are nia-le. In ..e
fount of tlo! ..'reat nntiilx-r applvlnf, tloi
cli,nr-t- are kept low. ott.-ti lower tliau n t '
ll.atl'bd hV ttttier. If 0'l ..-cure tlie kl I lid
L-. t a s '-' It and perfe, -t Hie cur.-, that i .
finportJiitt matter, l'autpltlel, id pje. S lit
H'lt-.-ant cloth and irllt l.ln.liiiir. Sealed fm .'-O
rent-in po-ta'eor t-iirr.-tiev. (iver titty w iti
il. mil en .. iiir.-5. trnv tolife. article on ten
follow Pur tuhif'-t: W li" ma)' marry 'I ho n it t
tn I I'm;, t s.-dn marrv. no marry tir-.
M.aiili'H.'l. "in ii.h'H..! Phri-cal tlvcay. l l'l
h.'ii'i'l marry. Il-.w life and lia.pln."' mav oe
lii.-r.-a-.1. Thu.- married or' tetnplat-
l.v ail alu't 1 cr-om. then kept under lock ail
1. .. tl lrn.,ilC ItftttL'M In '
kt-v. I'opii'-ir ctlltloii.i.iiiiea al'"ve, hut ag r
rut. r ami :v.' pa,,-tJ, ?i ctuli h' U'U. U -ooaeN
Ss'CK!! - s.u.i:
-l.WK 11 1. iN"i-, i ir. ;ot I o.irt of ,--iler
I "i vry ..p At fvv.i.n:, ln liainvrv
i f. in (- ( i l'uti.-r and Ihib '-ran Wolf
John Wolf, Il-.nrv Wolf, Mr". W.df wif. of H-hry
W.df. I'ttifiv s!:riu-r, .l.-rT.-r.tn M.riwr,
l...ni-:i All.ri. Anna M..ry .l,i.-r"'t
mi 1 Kli. i Ki-le-r.
Tor Partition a:.d A-si.-tcn.-tit of I). u.-r
I -1 : 1 , 1 1. n..n, . i- ii-re;'V ."i'.-n V. tt. in p-ir-'i.in. A.cf
a ii.-. re. mail'- atel entered he -act court in the a-c...
etititl. .1 i ic . on the '.'I'll tl iv "f .Inn.'. A lh lss. 1,
A eai"l' r II 1 1 1 in, V a -t. r in . h tic ry of the -aid
i ir. nit , ..on of Alc:.!!.L-r ccttity, ill, oti
itmuvy.tiii: iiii-r 1 1 a y or ai.i"-t, 1.,
at tlie hour of 11 o'.Io.k iu the f noon, at Ih.i
-. nit li t -t.-rl v door of the . oi;rt lioii-e in the city f
I air.i. i.'iiii'vot Ah-vai.'l. r and "!,,(.. of lihnoi",
-.li at pul. li. am lion, t" 'he lnh""l and l-t bidder,
,-ti! ami -itC'ilar, t!ie tolhutitc: iles. ril-d pretnisea
and real e-liite in sai l tie. r'-'- tneiitioned. tu satisfy
"1,1.1 decree, to VI it : Lot." llllUlh.-r.-ll oil e ill, two i o I
and thr :l . in Muck nu in'-r,l tiinet.-eii .pn, In
th- l'ii-t A'iiliti.'ii to tlie . ir v of Cairo, in Urn county
of AleMiinler and -tate of lilinoi": al-o tli sniitli
e"t iii;ilte- of Hit. south. -a-1 "itlti f. r of section
lllitnh'T UletltV -.-Veil C.'t'. ill toUII-!lil r. I i III '' T
thiite.-n i hi., south ran.'e l" i l east, in th mty
of .loliiisoti, and -'ate of Illinois: al-o a part of th"
northeast 'iiait.-r of tin- northeast quarter of section
niiiiiher no t-', in touti.-liip iiiitui-r tvodvo
south i-jiiilT'" Hire" ol) find. m th"
ciii'v of .loiinson and -tat" of Illinois, nane'-
imnieucit,;' ut a "tnail hi. korv rr n ni" e"i
f said 'iiai o-r, (jii.irtt-r section at ti i.ratien toriv
lotthof the soiiMivo-i-t lorin-r of said tract of
tiiem .' riinuin.' tl a-t tin hains and sixty
to a -'tone: lli.-ute north ten douree east four
( haiti-, -mil live links to a clone nt the liorihwesi,
t oner of lot niimher "i-m-u i'. ', in Tiitniell Hill
soiilli: thei-.tv f.iutli ei.'litv siv il.'LTees ea-t, thirteen
illL' thelloltll lllie Ol PUS 11 II 111 "el Mil SI (O)
seven t, I tu 11 "tone: Ipeil' i' soinii en lev n
H"-t one chain nnd thli'tv tun.' link" to n stone;
th'-liee not Ihwi'slel lv to tlie i"olltht'st corner of
said lot number seveii iTi: tiietice north ten do-rce
.... . 1...1 1 .l.!rt,..,i.,i. liriLs to lint lihi. e , if
. on.- t mil ii it 1 1. 1 in o , , in, .- ...... .
ititiitc iiicbuliic,' said lot" numbered i (iii and
n i ,', in l unnell j t in hoiiiii. i m1 lei uis m
will he one half tlie purrlm-o money in cash on
ilav of sale, and the huluiieo luivahlc iu liino
no, ml, It vi illi U ii. .r , .nt Oiti'i't't. secured by note
and inoitL'ie.'e on the premises sold. The premises
w ill he sol. I tree of the dower of the complainant,
Dated Cain., III., .lulv stli, Its..
AI.KX II. IKVIX.
Ma-ter in Chancery,
(leu. Ki-her, Coiiii.lainiint's Solicitor.
Ill.l .ton, I ll' 1 I .'ill.
it-it- .i. t
Statu or Illinois
Circuit Court of Al-
tr cviinder County, il
( llnois. lucliaiiccrv
C'ot NTV or Ai.K"- AyiiPit
Krimcis I). Alheiton
Lilly Atheiton, William Atltertoii and Tiioinss .fcf-
I'ulilic Nolleo I" herehy oiven that, in pvirHiiance
of a decree tnade and entered bv Haiti court in the
iibovc entitled call"", on the Pith duv of Mav, A. I),
issl, I, Alexander 11. Irvin, Miister in ( hancery of
th" faid circuit, court of Alcxiinder comity, will, on
FHIHAV, TII1-: ITHST DAY OK At'li'l'ST, issi,
nt the hour of 11 o'clock In the forenoon, at tlivi
MOUthvyeslerly door of the court Iiiiiihc. In tlie of
Cairo, county of Alexander and Mate of Illinois, seli
at public miction, to the highest and best bidder, all
and Hite.'ular, the real eninte in miid ilccreo niention
imI, siiuat" in th" county of Alcxiinder
Hlu! state of lllitiol", to eutlsfv ptiid decree, heini;
tlie undivided iine-ciolith part of tlie follou ip.r (,..
("crihed land", to-wit : Tlic east half of the north
west ipiiii'ler: the northeast ipiarterof the sentiment
itiaiter, nml I he northwest quarter of tlie southeast.
(ilnrler of seetlun tvveiity-oiu' r.'ll; nl-o tlie solllli
e."l iiini'ter t f Ihe eouiheas' iuurtcr of aection llf
teen illii, all in township Hixtceu iltii, south ami in
run:.'" tii, west of the third prim ipal meridian.
Tonne- of fiile, one half of pui-clmse money cash In
hand, Imhiiu u 11 credit of six- months, wiili notes
and nnirta'e on premises sold, licarini; I) per cent.
Dated Ciiiio, 111., July Hth, 1SH
AI.KX II. lliVIN',
r Muster In clititiccrv.
D. T. I.itieirur, Coinplitiuunt'B Solicitor.