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Asrociattoii, to tne i Ulcer cl which he r. lore.
This buoK '; oi.ll he rend hy the young lor in
struction, tit.d by the n (11 1 r t -i lur telle! It will
ieiet'.l a;l.-l.oi,dnli l.uLcet.
There is i.o mi'ia'-i r ol ninety to whom this
bouk:!i i.ut he i.-- fill, whether youth, parent
.-ilhri! i i . -1 r ! i t rur lert' man Argonaut.
Ad.l:i-s the i'i ut'uily Medical Institute, or !)r
W. li. I'arker, No. I liulllrcn M eet, H moii,
K!'., lm tn.'iv hr ("i,:i;ted on nil diseases re
Huiritii: pi-iil and i Npen.'t.i e Ch'oufc Mild oliMi
nitt d;se' that l.ave batlleil III.' 4 the
(kill o! n:l o'her phys:ei.iL a I I 1 JX l J eT"
ti&.tv. sscn tr. uea sue-
reiifu!l' without nn itft
Buceol lu..ure. ilei.tuni llr.c imi'tr.
Pick nfarhe nrl relieve all the trouble Inci
dent to a b.liuiis state of the syptem, ttich a Jiz
r'nws KattR-a, lirowainesn, lliatreas after eatint;,
I'a'n in the Side, Ac. While their most remark
aoiv tuittca l.ab Lun shown iu curing
lT(M.vhf ,yn Carter'sLittle Liver Tills trfl winally
tillable in Cotin;ji-iiion, curing tnd preventing
l!..iannnyir.rconiiliiiut, whiie they nleo correct
a 1 d rs of the stomach, Btimulato the liver
-d leinila'.c the buwela. Even if thi-y only cun.4
A'hf thcvTeodd he almost pricelefS to those who
t .iV rJ.- "m s diitrecsiii(; complaint; but form
l.3'.eiytht irt.'Kl!.cs3do' not end hi re, and thoso
vhoenre try them will find these little jiilla valu
MeinsoiLar.yuajathntthcywillnotbewiUiii; tu Ut Y, .lion iLcm. tut after all sick
iMhpfcs-.ecf Mirianvllvff that here is where we
K'fcko ' VtixA U-it, fur pill cure it while
ttirter's Littla l:rrt J)9 6ro vtry pmall and
T'ry t-a.yto tr.k. ( me it two pills junket dose.
-? are ftrictiy vieitable ana do not prion or
V"'V; but l.y thi ir (,'etitle action pb ane bit who
t-ethera. lnialBt5ct; five foril. BuU
1 cru,i3ts tvu-yw Uue, or beut by uiaJ.
CAKTEIt MEDICINE CO.. Sew York
A Dangerous Cae.
IioniKsiKR, .lime t, 1:. "IVn
Years j0 1 was attacked witbli.s must
liitet.ce atid cent lily pains In tnv back and
K.i: ue t.
'T.x'i'tuVmi; to the cud of my tm-s ami to
i brain '.
"Wliicii iti'ile. me iltr.5 ri u '.
"It took Uiree tncti tn l.olil me on my
lcl at times'.
"The DiK'tois tticl in viin to telitve me,
Lvt to no purpose.
ilorjiliiut' anil other upiutes'.
"Ila'l no t:i';ct!
Afu r two ui'intlis 1 wis "tvi ti n;i to
"When my wife
lifcar l a m i''hl) r t'l) wUl Hop Hitters liml
done for h'-r, the at once .'ut nu i yave me
eoiuc. The liri-t ihise faseil inv hi lit) Hii'l
Seemed to gi huiitmL' through
ior the pain.
'i'he n-coiid ilii'c tailed tne to niin.h that
!pt to line's, mm lb ua I bad not d.n.e for two
months. H 1..r: 1 tud u-ed live bottles, I as
villaiid at wnrk u hard i.s any mini could, f
uv.-r inree wciKe; irit I worKed too hard for my
seen; li, ai:d t.jkii l- a bar! mid, 1 a- taken with
the most acute and painful rh uniattn:' nil
luroti.'ti my sy-ti tu that ever kninwi.
'I c''ku i In. do' tors la'ulii and slier several
weeks, inev leit me a rnp.eon enmh 'S for life
as thei said. 1 met n Im i d HI ll trih! Iiiln imv ru-n
Mid b-.aid llii llille s had cured him an I would
cure me. 1 i.oi,n-d at bun. hut tie was su earnest
iHMuiiiuitjin ir tin in i.'a ti.
J" i ' " ol"" inr e--l; 1 tlin w away my crutch
ft u?u wem 10 urK .i-htiv and kei.t on i.sii,.. t
Ml...... f.. tlv.. ......I - ....;ii i ' "..
uii,.io .... ..-v ,.!!! til- -Hill r uc ,.i u
any man iivum. ai.u i a.e h in h0 r ,ir,
It lias ao cured ry wife, wh , I
eick for years; and hm k"pt lo r
at, ti my
children, well and heaitliy with lrom two
to three bottles p' T year. Tin te is no neei
to be sick nt all il th s; b'.ru, are u-ed
J.J. Ukiik, Kx-Siipcivim.r.
Tnrt poor invalid wife.
Can be ui4.de the pic'tirc of health !
"with a few bottles of Hop Hitters!
Will ycu let them Buffer!'1
- ty.Nonc itcnu'ui wtlhoiit a bunch of Rreim
Hop on the white label. Khun all tli vile poit
Dlious I toff with "Jl'ij"or"JJ'ps" in their Dim.
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INVAKIABI.T IN ADVANCK.
Ail Communications, should be addressed to
K. A. HUHNETT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
Clara ll("Ilt Disciuii'sos mi (iirls and
How TliHr l'.oaiily is at it
Mncli Ad.i, lint mi IVo fur tlio I.iiiis.
Suft'criiij; l)ciitist..-'Hi( l'nrsou
l'.KALTY AT A DISC'lH NT.
One of the iiie iniilitica botweou sexes
that I bitterly complain of is the bare
ftteeilni'ss imposed on women by nature,
writes Clara l.elle. If a m:iu has a big
K iman nose, he. lets a liereo uiustaelie
jrrow under it, and becomes a typical
military man, iiotwiihst:indin; the fact
that hidden by his Napoleonic soal0
is a miserable, puny, retreating chin.
If his nose is n pujr, lie gives il all jios
.sible prominence by shaving clean in
its immediate vicinity, growing some
side-whiskers away Lack ou his fat
checks, ami so producing the likeness
of tho solid business mau. in case his
features are nothing in particular, ex
cept that tho lines of fifty years are deep
around his mouth, ho conceals them
under a heavy mustacho, and passes
for a youngish sort of bncholor until
time ought to have made him a grand
father. Now, iu spito of all the
calumnious accusations of falsity iniha
matter of our adornment, tho faces of
my sex have to pass for just about
what they are worth. Wo may do
something to improve hues in skin nud
hair, but the outlines of our visages
can not bo materially altered. Vo
may sweeten our mouths with a care
ful expression of amiability, or keep
our lips shaped in a bewitching sug
gestiveuess of kisses; but, as likely a9
not, iu attempting these mobilities of
countenance, we merely succeed iu be
l!y the way, did you ever hear of
such a thing as beauty being objected
to? Listen. I knew tho keeper of au
acutely fashionable boarding-house ou
Murray Hill. Tho landlady is a
shrewd one, I can tell you. Any un
married and lone young woman who
gets board in that establishment must
show a mighty clean pedigree, for no
risks are takeu. Kuowing this, I weut
there with a girl the daughter of a
western congressman who desired a
uico place to live in during a stay of a
month or two in New York. 1 knew
that my assurance would satisfy tho
landlady as to my friend's respectabil
ity, and so I was astonished by a point
blank refusal to take her in.
"But you've got a vacant room," I
expostulated, "and you told mo only
yesterday thai vou were very anxious
to fill it'
"True enough," said she, "but this
voting lady is extremely beautiful.
'There are live pretty girls in the house
now, and not a single ugly one. It
wouldn't ever do to add so positive a
bi.aiilv to my household."
"Why?" idemauded to be informed.
"lieeuusi: it would set foolish people
to gossiping. An abundance of comely
girl-boarders won't do for a house that
depends on eseiiiiin.' the merest breath
of slander. No; 1 could love this dear
girl, but really you i:iu-t excuse me
lrom boarding her."
A word of comfort fjr uIy girls. I
sincerely do not believe that a pretty
face ha.-, anything to do with making a
belle. Tne attractive or repellent
finalities are the principal causes.
Some of the latter quality in girls urea
haughty demeanor, saying smart
things that make other people smart,
tut idea that it is only necessary to bo
civil to persons in a supposed higher
social scale titan their own, and tiie
habits of contradicting and snubbing.
Most nn u have a good deal of self-approbation,
which they do not care to
have disturbed by such causes. To be
attractive a girl should be heaitliy, in
telligent, but not "smart." Indus
trious, amiable, cheerful, and willing
to be pleaied with small pleasures.
Such qualities will make even a plain
faced girl attractive, if nut a belle.
1'i 'gard once inspired by such a girl
His wife's appearance in general,
and her toilet in particular, has now
come to be recognized, says a London
journal, as one of the gauges of a
man's social status. la the old-fashioned
days when classes were divided
by a hard-and-fast rule, such a means
of judging of a man's place on the
world's ladder would have been deemed
absurd indeed. She who dresses better
than her fellows drew down upon her
self the indignation of her peers, who
called her "an expensive woman," ami
poured out tho vials of sine rest pity
upon the husband who had to pay her
biils. lint during the last twenty
years dress has come to the front in a
quite amazing way, and even tho mem
bers of the supofior sex give nn atten
tion to the cut and color of their over
coals that would once have been
thought immensely derogatory to nias
cuilino dignity. The mo-,t ponderous
of citizens lends a serious ear to tho
recommendations of his tailor, and in
these days it is only the millionaire
who can "afford to bo careless in the
matter of coats and hats.
In choosing chairs and tables for tho
drawing-room, tho more varied they
are in si.d and shapo tho better. Let
tlie wood be all fairly similar, but tho
materials may be as widely different as
possible, and a judicious blending of
several colors is one. thing aimed at by
those who have good taste..
The secret of furnishing is to buy
articles which are suitable, good, and
durable, und this without a lavish ex
penditure of money.
Many a charming toilet has been rend
ered futile and ineffective by a home
made bonnet. Jt iikiv, nt lirst blush.seom
0A1U0 HULLKTlN: WEbNKSDAY MOKNlNM JULY
absurd to pay r"-'U or i'M) for a few
sqtiaro inches of bead, llowers, ami
ribbons; but it should bo remembered
that it is that intangible thing called
"stylo" that makes the bonnet costly.
You must not mind having to pay a
high prico for your dining-room furnit
ure, as it should bo very solid, good,
and handsome. At tho same timo you
can somotimes pick up very good second
hand dining-room suits, upholstered in
Uio best style, for half their original
price. If you intend to havo u mirror
over your dining-room mantel-piece,
seo that it is framed in wood similar to
your chairs ami table, ami eschew gilt
mirrors in any form, as they nro tho
very acme of bad taslo and vulgarity.
THE, woman's TOOTHACHE.
Sho looked in at tho dentist's ilDor,
says tho Lewiston Jvurnal, and said
she had a tooth sho believed had a
cavity in it; maybe she'd havo it out if
he wouldn't hurt any. Tho dentist as
sured her he never hurt anybody. Sho
said she expected her tooth would come
awful hard. They wasn't liko any
body's else. Ho said ho guessed that
was so. Sho said she knew it would
kill her to have a tooth pulled, for she
couldn't stand anything. Sho knew
sho should faint or scream or do some
thing horrid and tho liko o' that; sho
always did. He said ho didn't believe
sho would do so very badly, but sho
said she should. Uh, sho knew sho
should; she wasn't liko anybody else
in this world, anil her teeth were
awfully sensitive. Mary Ellen Jones
could sit right down any day and havo
any amount of teeth out, nud tho liko
o' that, but sho never could, sho knew
she couldn't. She said sho could lly
right up through tho roof to think of it.
Tho dentist said sho might take some
thing, but she said she couldn't, sho
shouldn't daro to. She'd heard of n
girl out west who look laughing gas
and sho laughed three weeks and the
like o' that, and all tho family wei.t
crazy; and sho didn't want to drive
her family crazy, for if their girl went
away they were going to break: up this
summer and go down to the beach,
and she was doing everything sho
could to mako it bard for the girl so
sho would go away, for she'd heard
there was a lovely rink down to tho
beach, and tho liko o' that, and she
wanted to go. And theushe asked the
dentist if ho thought her mouth would
be a good one to lit false teeth to. He
said she'd better sit down and let him
look at tho one that ached, but she said
sho guessed sho wouldn't trouble him
to-day. Tho tooth didn't ache any
thenshe didn't know as she could toil
which one it was, and maybe 'twas
only tired; she'd chewed so much
spruce-gum this spring, and the like o'
that; anyway, sho wouldn't bother
him. She s'posed dentists were awful
busy folks. And siie gave place to au
unshaven man who jumped live feet in
tho air when the dentist pulled out a
molar with inch faucrs.
THE I'AK-EE OIP.L OF THE PK!:tOI.
A well-known I'arsee writer, Mr. N.
S. Ginwalla, sends the TinKn of India
a lively, instructive, and entertaining
article upon tho 'd'ar-eii (i.rl of trie
lY'riod," which, it remarks, will prob
ably excite as much commotion iu I'ar
see circles as Mrs. Lynn Linton's fam
ous article on the "(.ilrl.-Cf the Period"
created in E:i;riish households a few
years ago. The l'ur-ee girl is appar
ently in a state of transition. She is
leaving the manners, tho traditions,
the customs of her ancestors behind
her. She is advancing rapidly. She
can already sue for breach of promise
and divorce. Lut, if Mr. (iinwalla can
be trusted, sho is still only a parody
upon her English sister. It is "her
ambition to look and act every bit au
English lady." She dresses in .-en.i-Euirlish
fashion, in English shoes und
atoekiiiL'S and a waistcoat, whatever
that article of fciuinino apparel may
be; but her white head-dnss, her
sudra, her bright sarte, are still native.
It is not a generation since she left off
nose rings. In another generation she
will probably have discarded ail her
nativo garments, which, as they are
picturesque and well suited to the
climate, will be a thousand pities. '
She plays a little music, talks a little
English, spells a little out of a trashy
lifih-rate English novel, can draw a
little, knit a little, and do a little em
broidery. In a word, she can do a lit
tle of many things, and nothing more.
The I'arsee girl of the period likes to
play the Hurra Heebeo iu public and
here, with all deference to Mr. (iin
walla, we think she is a great and use
ful reformer. She drives down to the
Hunder and tho bandstand, and looks,
or think she lcks, as Anglicized as
possible. "Her lirst care is her dress
and face; her next, gayetics, pleasures.
and agreeable friends. Ostentations
out of doors, she is extravagant within,
und contrives to revolutionize domestic
life. The morning cup of tea has "do
velopeit into eollec cups, chocolate,
tnd cocoa, with i-reium, jams, and jel
lies." The good old surtee goole
goolah, "eabobs," cheese, "ktich-
amar," stew, and "old genuine En
li.li brandy" have given way to half a
dozen side dishes of English and
Moglal styles, "with sparkling En
lish (1) and continental wines to boot."
Why (Jai i isim Killed a Man.
in las iiie ami emiing Huston was
perhaps the typical California!! of the
early time. In 1 "S 17 he began life ns
second clerk on the steamboat Convoy
(of which C. K. (iarrisou was captain
ami main owner), running lrom St.
Louis to New Orleans. After varied
fortunes, in 1-11) Commodore Garrison
killed a well known iwississippian In a
ti "lit. shooting him in tho head just in
time to save his own life. Die family
of the man ho killed was a very rich
and iiowerful one at that time, and
while Garrison did what ho did clearly
in self defence, vet ho certainly would
havo been killed by some of tho dead
man's brothers had he continued to run
mi tho river. Ho therefore concluded
to leave the South, and tho California
gold excitement breaking out at that
lime, he went out there, his clerk, Kal-
ston following him. As might no ex-
iieclcd. Garrison soon beeaino very
rich, and established Iho firm of Garn
Kon. Eretz & Italston. After making
nn immense fortune, ho came cast to
New York, leaving Italston one of tho
leading iirianeiers of that section. His
life, adventures, und sad death are loo
well remembered to need further mcu-
tion. .s'iii t'ruiicisco iv.
The lib Pew
The Royal Making Powder Company is still making enemies
among those who are manufacturing and selling impure articles for
leavening purposes (and their name is legion), and this fact shows
that it is continuing its vigorous work in the interests of the public.
This Company set out some time ago to expose the character,
and, so far as possible, to break up the sale of adulterated baking
powders. Having found from an examination ol a number of speci
mens procured from grocers that they were generally of an inferior
character, some devoid of all leavening properties, and many of
them actually poisonous, it brought the matter before the public,
denounced the makers by name in the press and to the health
The atlair was speedily taken up by physicians, Hoards of
1 leahh and Legislatures throughout the country; chemists wtre
employed to make scientific tests of the various powders in the
market, and the Government itself directed analyses to be made
before it would purchase the supplies needed for army, navy, and
The result more than justified the charges so boldly made by
the Royal Company. Not only were the majority of baking
powders in the market found to be largely adulterated, but many
of them were ascertained to contain lime, alum, and other poisonous
ingredients to such an extent to render them positively unsafe f r
use in human food. The information spread through the country
and created a profound sensation. As a result many of these
injurious mixtures were driven out of the market, and the sale of
all of them interfered with.
No occurrence of recent date has been so far-reaching as tin's
in its beneficial inllucnce upon th public health, and the action of
the Royal lktking Powder Company in the inauguration of such a
warfare, and in carrying it forward with such important results,
were universalis- commented upon and appreciated. In making the
charges they did not hesitate to enter into competition w ith eery
other baking powder in the country, and it is a public satisfaction
that in all the tests and analyses made by the Royal Baking Pow
der was placed at the head of the list and declared by Hoards of
Health and by the Government chemists, I.)rs. Molt and Love, to
be superior oi all others in strength, and absolutely pure and free
from all inferior substances.
In continuing this warfare against the adulterated f,od, more
particularly the alum, lime, and otherwi.se impure and inferior
baking powders which unscrupulous manufacturers are endeavor
ing to force upon the market in this locality, the Royal will undoubted-
meet with the old-time opposition and abuse. We are
confident, however, that the public will appreciate, as herctolore,
both the object of the " stop thief try and the work of the Royal
Company in its attempts to protect it and to rid the market of these
dangerous articles of food.
Compounded from tho w 11 known S
Curatives Jinps, iviait. uiieim, .Man
drake. Dandelion. Hiirsatmrilln. Can- m
cara Kntrrwla, oto., combined with an
BjrrwiiiiUt Aromatic l.lixir.
iTirr.Y pupp. mYpt.??,!! ft vwuTsTw r-
1I nnrifi th I lift f..,1 tr.M...... ai. '-1
Mpwi. ... nun uiuiicjVy
REGULATE TIIE EOWELS. t.
I n... ..urn TJhinlmo f n,l ..1, 1--: KT-3
ill' J unin iitl Ull.l all III' j
liury irouiiies. iney lnvitroi :ito,
nourish, tttrenirthcn and quiet
tho Nervous System.
As a Tonlo they hava no Equal.
Take none but ll.ipn ami Malt Hitters. ,
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
Hops and Malt 3lttcrs Co.
mt r.mxM. i:i7.i:ma. si Hm i i.a. sfAi.n
ilrnd Krvi'li. I 'lte, Hives, I nun! i ml, liitriier's
h h l'lUII'll s, Slili-l. I 'lO li'llH I''. Ililllt I'lMSOIlilll
II I . .1 ' I ',! .1 1" I VVuilM'K millMIIIII, Mllllilll'll, Uliil
3 1 1 dl-fii'i- uf Hie skin.
1 nr IMIi'K, WhiiihK ('UN, I l'i'is or HoifH, no
P'lnrilv li mi r'i,nt In MHitltiiot und ln-uliuir a
IVldll'iii skin Cure. 11 docs nut tniurt or hum.
Jjiiuiiuns in litt Imiijunijtn .ewimy m ry bottle.
NA-i.M. ATA III! II. Al t TI". or I 11 lioXU' Col.t)
ill the Uriel, It" a' Ciild, Itlomhiiil l.;il:uih uud
('h illing the nmtrlk pi'TtiiltK ntiliind hnwhlri,',
aiet pri'vents iurniHiatlmri, nntiltli-H nud inrcint;
li,is,i ie. iite, inr t'.r Cold In tlio llead w liieli
fa cHieied !' Auililen iliunjieu iu the iitiiiuihuie.
iirc vim in li ii fiuiiittit'itt turuyi'iHirif i tfry btittle,
PAPII.I.ON rVifC. CO., CHICACO,
VOU SALE UY AL1 EKt'CQIf "18.
For Salo bv
PAUL G. S0I1U.11,
Snccial Airts. in this oitv,
Delivered at CAIRO, III.,
nt the roi.I.OVVI.M, J'lHCKS:
Ft. bottom. Ft. rime. t'HjiHflty liiil?. 1'riee.
iViOO io.i hi
Thene OinU lire mmle of f'l.EAU CYPilKSS. 1 ' ,
tnrhi - thi' k, seriiiely hootie l ni.d tire WAThli
'11G1IT. lh- y lire
Shi i .I'd w holiei lot iiri' well lirto'cil
to pr:v nt tln'ir Indue rnck.il or hrok"ti in hnnd
lini;. l.-t ni ites fi.rnirhed for
T.'inliH ul' liny Size.
A. IlKiOH As l!KOS
it!7 Delord St., New Orleunr. i.i.
THE BEST REMtDY IN THE WORLD FOR THE CURE
OF AIL DISEASES Peculiar to FEMALES.
Tt is a Speci lie for the cure of Falline of the
VVoinli, I.eiieorrliiiM, Pain In tho Hark, Painful
or Suppressed Menstruation, 1 lootliiii?. Faint
liiK Sensations, ami all the vai led troiildes at
leiiiliin; the period known its Chanfje of Life.
MERRELLS FEMALE TONIC K
anil STP.KMi'l II to lilt! i TK.HIN K ! L.NCTIO.V,
cxcitiiiK heallliv aetion.ufid lestoriiiK them to
their iiorinal condition. It Is pleasant lo tho
laste, mv nn t K i" v at asv timr, anil is
tnily a "Mother's Friend." For fnrllier atl
ylee read Men ell s Almanac.) Full directions
ivilll each hot tic. Price, M oo. Prepared hy
JACOB S. MERREJ-L, St. Louit, Mo.
Hold by all lliuyulsls iiliti i'l aieisin Medleilie.
CIIKSTKIt 'SU yiir opcrrii Sejtemher 1(1. A
Klllltarv eollKite with I nivermty Powem Iteimrt.
meutH In Civil KnijIiieerltiL'. Clieniitrv I IhhhIch
Bud Kbu'IIpu. eirculHmof fiipt . W . P. IHildiiy
Btid N. 11. '1 In Bt I i"A ood, and of Men-m P. W. Uar-
clay, (ttiiirleH UhI1 iylior und It. II. Cnniiiiiohatii, of
tlila city, oroi otii.. i ni-.o. in A l l , Piesident.
Monticello Ladies' Seminary,
Gottli'cy, INl.'iilisnii ('i.. 111.
One of tho olden! tchon't In tlui We-t. KoptitMlun
an a limt clam ncliol iiiiitte. ioned. tstiperior nil
vniitaKt'H for KngPah and i;in"ileiil Kditratloii with
.Vumc, Druwini.'. r'Uiitlni! and .Modern I.iiutniniics
I'PeUsJSepteiiilier lHth. F.r ratnloL'tit), apply to
?HSj 11AMIL N. HASKELL, Prlnelpiit.
T IT IS
Jliiliml Life & Accident
AT CAIKO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, Under Hie
Law of ma.
Siiecefnor to Widow mid OrphitiiM Mulniil Aid So
ciety, i,-(.'iii,l.ei'. July 4ih. 1M77, uml..r
Iho lawn of !-t.
,ni I n ii. lauussiiN.
W.M. SI It All' N
.1. A. 1,1'l.lKTINE....
C. W lU'NNIMi
.... Vic. Jrt!.delit
.. M Cieul Adviser
liOAKl) OF DI It IK TO.'l- fok lsT YLAIJ.
Win. St i at ton. Sir Hun .11 l!;nl, ro-i-rn, I'Klro, III.,
.1. A. On 't 1 1 in-, ul i iiildni ih" i iun titthler, liole
n lie in. I n t il nry i;uii.l;i'. W. Illinium,'. M. ).;
I'l.-'. I!. I. M. I r'... tor I . i r.i.t.H ; Alhrtt I.i; win.
i' to uiM-io-i eieitiic t; .1. II. Itol innoii, county
J ' i t lt 'in lioi iti .,il.i:i ; Win. 1'. Piteher. nnu .
nii'k'-r und In. urn. e .I'liit; Il 11. Ilm d, rlty
s!ni t i pes vi or; M I h it, , , rp. eter und hiiild
I . I li.ii.ia.i I. v, i , nt (irtH'V lit ! fi ntntv : I. V.
' ii -, orn- ..t-:iw. !:.pli.ii I.I ; K. (.'. Pneu
in ...i ; .1 . !.l.-i.n-iil II. ii , Afi.lev. 111. ; Al icrt
IU..i i.. i 'i-iii r .1 O. or;:e Cot.he iy ,V. t'o , -ri Ij Ji
ll .... . I I ; I'. M .iii.li, iitt'iriii'v.iit.imv. li'.i, lu.i
,!.i (.ti - Clii'ii'i; II.... ItiM. A 1 1 atelier, ul
tor lie i.' I h .1 u'-toii, .Mo ; II. I.i lhtuu
c.-ln-r I' tst N .tt.innl .!,k. siu.irt, low.
d7 St Charles St, SI, LOUIS, MO.
A rnu'ilnr ft nn 1 out r.' two niedleiil
colli Iiu li. i'ii i'iiii.--, fi ir: Kid in the trr-it-
l:.ll ! 1 'hron li', N 1' l'V. Irt, l-Uill Bllil
1 llmi.l IU .-- Hi in an y iitluT phv-lelau In
ht. I. ..ii I", in el' y 1. 1 r nhnw ,'ie al f . Id rel-
drlilK klnor. I nil-ll 1 1 at 1 -n .tt 'ift;,.. or Lv lufclt,
free and Invit. .1. A lrl''ii l!J' I ik or Ins iilnti,n
'! nnililnn. When it Is I n-i'i.n nli-nt Uivlilt
the elty lur treatlle-nt, lie d Ii'Iik- ean lie ent
i.v niiiti or e r.-s e rri w het .. I arable ris-4
n i.ii.iiaei .l : here duuhl ti'sl-1' 11 tranikly
tatrd. I all or rite.
Nr-rTOin Prni ration, Pelililtv, Wfnttl and
I'lijilrnl Wfakani, tlrrroilal ami othrr
Iflw t lorn of Throat, Sklnn Bonen, Mood
Imiiurltlr-n and Blond Piitmnlag', kln Aft--
tlona, OU Sorrt tnil l'lfr, Impfblnif pt to
Marrltct. rthfiirnatlim, I'llw. pfflal at-
lout ion tt faie (roinoifjjworke i tirain.
S I IU. It U. ( tsl S r?feh pc-lal jit tfntloa.
llleai.i arlnltur from Inniruilenrc. i'ntwi,
Iniluk'i'iirfj or Exo!uri,
. 1 .
It Ii . :f-ei Idrnt that a i liitu-iaii f ."-vlnif
pnrt .u! ir s't.iit O.ii ! a rls-'d ei-es. attains
..-real sh HI. a. pln-li-i ieo Innifii.ar ;. 't.
all i.v. r tin-1'.' in. trv kiioinr thi-. fr.-.i 'i-iilly
rf.-OOllllelld .K-el t'l the ol'lft Oilli ll1 A illirl-
r.i. a here every kii"vu Hj.ulanee li -."rt-.
t'i, and th iriivi I iooi I r-nil i-- '-f all
a.'f and mtries ar.- lift. A bl.- l"nfli
ti.- vl l"r ultii .ijr.o-e, ar, I all Are treat- I ltll
klll In a r -: t r. t manner; and, kii"W.n
what l do. no t ri ujeii t are Ui;i'l. ll
run c t of the cie.il nuuito-r a;i tvir.ir. tai
rliari:"1 are kI t l'iv. often lower than ii
ti;ni"d lv other.. If vr.u 'I'liri' th- 'ki I tint
net a ;.. .1 r and prrt-ri llt eurc. that . .ni
Import-int iuatn-r. piu(,.liJ;ti l'4e. S .ut
to any aJdreat tree.
neirint I'hith and trt'.t MndliKf. ea!e,l for .VJ
n nt-in po-taifor rnrretiev. over ntiv w m
ileriu! ; .-ii d't.ir-a. tn. tn life, arto'l'i on u:
fl'l.. i siiMert : W In. mav marry t ho n l :
i y P.-ot' "r iiii'M marrv.- ho marry tlr.
Mai'ih.d. V.ai..,nli..t. fliv-rai d-.-av. W j-i
Ik.ii.-I n.arrv. H e lit'- and I'.at't'liK--. may Or
Im r. a-. .1. 1 !io.- married or -nii.-ii.; lat .. .
ma: rii:, . -h'.i.i 1 r.-a I It. Il o'.U'ht t., he r-a I
I.v u.l adult i toiih. then kei t nn. l.-r I'h'I a.-l
kev. l'i. ii ar edition. ami- a- ah"V.-. hut i-a;
rv.r " -1 uj-a'e, :i ci-uti t-y mall. iM .ouey
sii:i. : s.u:
; : i.
i' 1 ; i.is.-i-
. :iit I ..urt of A!-N-
--, di-r I mint'.', Illinois.
s m i.' All1. MO it. t In t ham erv
I l.ai!'--n P.i'i-r ati.l li'ili eliia Wolf
.,hn Wolf, ll-rire Wolf. Mr- Wolf wife of II- t. rv
Wolt. Fatinv Mill-.. r. J.ITer-..ii shriw-r,
I... .ii-ii Alh ii. Anna Mary J n r.'tt
nu t Kii'i I i-!..-r
For Parti'ioii and A i.-iitneii' of li.-u-r
I'li'-li- tioii. . i-h. i-.tn .-i -eii that, ia .'it-!:aii f
a .I.-, i.-- mad" and .-iit-r.-.l -aid e.eirt in the at.ov..
en'ii!. d . .:-... on Ih- -I'h .l.ii ..f Jitii... A H. 11. I.
.a!id-rll It-i'i, Mi-t.-rin I ham -rv ot the -aid
, in nit i oi.rt ol An-Miiiiii-r ty. ni. "
FIMDAV. '1 UK Flll-T liV OF Al'ot -I', 1',
at the hour of 11 io"i k iu the f..i.'iio..n, at th.
-oil' l,n "-'"I 1 '- door ot tin- r our t hou -e 111 th" it V of
I aim. ninnivof Ah-Mindi-r nml -t!,'.' "f lllinoK
-.-II al i i . i . I i am ihui. to th" liij!n-t ami l--t l.i.ld.-r,
all and -in-'idar. tin- t..I..iiii' d.-eril'l .r-ml-.-and
i-.il -la'i' in said !. ! ni.-ntion.'d, to satisfy
said il.- lee. to it : I.i it- I. il inhered one , 1 tvso i -i.
and thr in id.uk iuiin.reil niti ' n il!", in
tin- Fir-t Addition to th" eitv of Cairo, iu th" county
of AI"N ind"t' and Mat" of lllinoi": al-o tin- s.iiith-tti-t
iiiarter of the eoiithi-ast ipiarler of f-eitioli
tiuiiili.-r trt.-nti I'll r.''. I" tottn-hip iiiunher
tliiit.'.-ii . II, -iki'Ii ia:i'"- two i.i en-t, in th" county
of .loim-.in. und -tat" of Illinois; ul-o a part of the
north-a-t ,iiait,-r of th" nortliea-t iii;,rt.-r of s.-i lion
tiiiinhi'r urn (.', in towii-hip number tiM-he
,l-.'i, smith raiiL'i' Ihl''" ('!) '" ""'
-aidrnitnti of .lolm-un and state of Illinois, name
Iv i mum. 'in iii' nt a -mall hirkorv tree on the wi-t
Hi f -aid iiiart.-r. ,iiai t.-r s.-i tioti at il brum h fortv
mil- ix .i t Ii ol tiie s,,ni,,-t rortn-r of suid trie t of
land, them.- running' due ea-t three rhains und sistv
link- to a stone: th"tii- north t"ii d".'r-..s east four
chain-ami the link- to H stoti" ut th" northwest
roni.-i- of lot nimibi-r s"U-,i ,T , in Tunnell Ilill
fullth: tll.-Il. " south i-L'htV si di-.Ti-es e.-lst. tllitt.-etl
rods li.-iii'.' th" ninth lin" of ..N niiinl'.-r.'d siv iiil
and sKM-n iVi to a -toiii. : th.-ni e south ten ileu'rees.
w.-st oik- rlnin nml thiitv nine links to a stone:
tll.-lli-e tlolthli--t.v to III" southwest corner of
said lot number -om-ii (, i: th.-nei. north ten di-n-eH
east on. chain nud thirty nine link- to the plan' of
t x'L'lri n i ri ini hiiiniL' sai-l loM luiinhi-red si d'o and
Helen IT-, ill Tunnell ilill south. The terms of
eiile will be one half the purchase money in eii-h on
the day of sale, und the hiilanee pavahl.. in nine
months with li per cent, inli-rest, Heeun-d hy note
und inott-.'iii. on tin' pn-mi-i's Hold. The premise-,
will he sold free , d the dower of tho complainant,
Diilri-iii.-i Wolf, then-ill.
Dated Cairo, ill.. Julv Nth, lssi.
AI.F.X II. MtVIX.
Master ill L'hiino'ry.
Oeo. Fisher, toiniihiiniinrH Solicitor.
State or Illinois
Circuit Court of Al-
SB exander I 'ountv. II-
t'OCNTV Of Ai.K' 1 ANll'M S liliois. 1 11 I hull. -cry
Fi'iiniis I). Atherton
Lilly Atherton, William Athet-ton and Thomas -Jet-f.-rson
I'lildir Nolii e Is hereby tiiien that, in pnt'suuic'O
of a, decree made and entered hv naid court, in the
iihoie entitled cause, on the 1:1th duv of May, A. 1).
lssi, 1, Alexamli r II. Irvin, Muster iii I'hai'uerv of
the said circuit court of Alexander county, will, on
FltlDAV, Till-: FIlisT MAY OF V! (ifST, lss-l,
at the liiuir of 11 o'rloik in I'm forenoon, at t Iim
southwesterly iluor of the court house, In the city of
Cairo, enmity of Alexander and state of Illinois;, 'sell
at public miction, to the highest and hest bidder, all
and siic'iilnr, the real estate in raid decree mention
ed, Hituate In the county of Alexander
ami state of Illinois, to satisfy oaid decree, heint;
the iiudh ided one-ei'.dith part of the follouint; de
nt rihed lands, low It : Tho fast half of the north
west i.iiurter; the northeast ipuirterof the southwest
ipiurtcr, nml the northwest ipuirter of the southeast
llllirter of seelliiu twenty-line (-Ii; lllso the south
esl .iiiirter of the southeast quarter of section lif
ted! 1 1.",., all in township sixteen i pii, south and ill
riinu'e two, west of tin- third prinrlpal meridian.
Terms of sale, one-half of purchase money cash iu
hiiml, halaiice on u credit of six months, u 1th notes
ami niorta.n'i on premises sold, hearlni.' li per cent,
Hated Cairo, III., Julv Hlh, ISM.
AI.KX 11. lltVIN-,
Master in l liuucery.
U. T. Lltuvar, ('oti plainiint's Solicitor.