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Notice of Sale.
ADMINIf-TIlATORH SALE OF REAL ESTAT2.
By virtue cf an order of the conntv court of Alex
ander county, in the stale of Illinois, made at the
Mv u-rtn thereof A D.. lfcl upon the petition of
the undersign! administrator of the estate of
James Ijirt-tice, densed. acaiuat arcissa llazle-
wooa. fc(lard O llMlewood, Frtc!s H. Luv.
rnce. and other'. 1 will en
TtKDAl.TliE 17th DAY OF Al'GL'ST. A. D.
at the hour of two o'clock p. m., of said 1
dir. sell at public vendue at the southwest
ery ioor of the court house In 'he cltv of Cairo.
county of A.ecanrUr and state of Illinois, all
the in'trrst of the said Jami-s Lawrence, de
feased In and to the following described real es
tate situated In said county of Alexander and state
oi Illinois, to-wii:
The southeast uuarter of the southwest ouartcr
and southwest quarter of the southeast qnarter of I
section pumtwr thtrtv-tbree ( in townsh n nnm-
ber fourteen U4j south rsn!e two ' west: also the
northwest qnarii-r of the northeast quarter of sec-
hsb numner miru-en (mi in townsnip numoer nr-
teen (ISi south rnue two west; also lot number
two (xi in blia k csiober oneili in the town of San
dusky in said rountv of Alexander according to
the oritrlual plat ot said town
Terms of hale: One-third cah in hand on tho
day of sale, one-third to be paid in six months
and one-third la twelve mouths from the day of 1
ale. the deferred payment to be secure by note
nrawinc six per cent. Interest aud a mortgage upon
the premises sold.
KCalro, Ills . June i!d lsxo.
OKTUAliEE S SALE.
Whereas William Holmes and Adaline Holmes
bis wife, by their certain mongace deed, dated the
eifiitnitn 1 aav or fehruarv, a. I). i7, and record
ed in the office of tho recorder of deeds within and
for the coamy of Alexander and state ol Illinois,
oa the eleventh dy of March A. D. 1H7S, In book
'i " of sale mortgages on pape 3ta, did convev to
as mortgaeee, tho premises hereinafter described,
to secure tne payment ot one certain promissorv
note eieruieQ rry tne saia wiiiiain Holmes, aud
oeanne date rehruary elifhth (Mhi LSTA, ca linefor
One Hundred and Twenty-seven and SB-lisJ Uollari
III;T i and payable to the order of the said
GeorjreW. Short, twelve montha after the date
thereof with Interest at the rate of ten per cent per
atinuiu, uuiu paiu.
Aud. whereas, it was provided in said morl'jacc
- that in case ol default tn the pavment of taid Drom-
lssorynoteor any purl therraf according to the
tenor and effect thereof, the said (teorceW. .short,
his legal representatives or a'torney might sell the
premises described in said mortgage nnder the
fiowercnntalned lathe same for the purposes there
And, whereas, default has been made in the nar-
mcnl of said note both of the principal and of all
tne interest wnicn Las accrued upon tne same
eince tne date of Its execution.
And. whereas, the said George VY. Short depart
ed Ihls llre.lntestate on or about the eighteenth d
of August. A. I) 18TI. and the undoM.-ned was
duly appointed administrator of his eute by the
county court of said county of Alexander, on the
tairdday of September. A". D lSTn, and It now
the sole administrator ofbls snid estate.
ow. thentfore, public notice is hereby given
inui in pursuance or said mortgage deed and bv
virtue of the pow er and authority granted in and
hy the same to the legal representatives of the said
weorpe v Miort. l. tac undersigned administra
tor aforesaid will on
TUIKSUAY, THE TWELFTH DAY OP Al'GL'ST
A. I). at the hour of eleven o'clock a. m. ol
said day, at the front door of the court house in tho
city of Cairo in said county of Alexander sell at
punnc vendue totne highest Udder lor cat-h, the
premises mentioned in said mortgage, and t e-.
crihed as follow", namely: Lot number six iBi In
black numbered oboOHb the town of Simlu-ky,
as the same is knowu and designated on the recorded
map or plat thereof, the same helng a part of sec
tion nitn'icr th rt.-en (13). in township number
fifteen (!')) south range two (.') west f
tne ttiira principal meridian in the
county of i 'Alexander and state ef IPinali
together with all and' singular the temment,
hereditament! and Appurtenances thereunto be
longing, and all the right, title aud trinity of re
demption ol'the said llllam Holmes and Adaline
Holmes, his wife, grantors In said mortago, their
Demand assigns inerein.
Thero will hedueon the laid day of salo the sum
of One Hundred Fifty nine dollars and Twenty
cents ($I.W.)) besides the costs ami expenses of
sale. Kit IIAKll E. MUKMAN.
Administrator of the catato of George V. Short
Cairo, Ills., July id IttrtO.
TN the district court of the United States, for the
X Southern district or Illinois.
In Bankruptcy, No. 11;!.
In the matter of Ernest Kelchart, Andreas Doll
and David M. Knowles. baukn-pts.. Notice Is
hereby given that a petition has been filed In said
court by said liavid M. Knowles, late or Cairo. 111.
Inois, now of KtllngTiam. In the county of Effing
ham, In said district, duly declared bankrupt, un
der the act of congress of March Sd, li". and tho
amendments thereto, for a discharge and certifi
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provable under said act, and that the 6th day of
August. A. D. lKfl. at eleven o'clock A. M.. is as
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Hpringflitld, when and where all creditors of said
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tend and show cause, if any they have, whv the
prayer or ol lata petltnn should not be granted.
M. B. CONVEKSB, Clerk.
Ttrown Young, attorneys for plaintiff.
Dated at Springfield July 1st, A. D. I8H0.
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67 Tins Blrset CINCINNATI. I V
Monday Evesixo, July 5, 1880.
The weather continues 6tormy and heavy
rain falls am of daily occurrence. Some
not altogether groundless tears are enter
taincd among farmers, that the continued
wet weather will damage tho grain in
I shock. Such a protracted wet spell at this
season of the year has not been experienced
since 1854, when tho standing wheatshocks
throughout the state of Ohio sprouted
and were covered gTecn with growing
wheat, followed by one of the sickliest
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FLOUR This staple is stronger and
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scarcer. There is also considerable renuest
for new flour of grades from family up
HAY The stock is becoming reduced
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CORN Steady and quiet. The demand
is almost entirely for milling purposes.
OATS Plenty offering and the market
is dull and weak.
MEAL Tho market is firm and the city
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tnanufacturc Country i8 firm, and a shad
BRAN-Plenty and dull.
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J'OULTRY-AU kinds, and especially
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i-uiAiuts nominal. There is no
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FRUIT Cherries and peaches are in de
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Sales and Quotations.
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charged for broken lott in filling orders.
3A0 bbls Vartoaa.
, 3 NX 00
5 0&5 ffl
2 car Prime Timothy. . ..,
j cars cnoice jimothy.
8 car mlxeolnbnlk.
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car choice. In bulk..
1 cart mixed in sacks..
f.0 bbli . Country.
2 can In sacks.
l.Mnbs Choice Northern ,
tW lbs. Northern
14 packages northern.old stock.
Sou pounds Illinois
3110 dozen .
300 dozen, .
Live, per doz 9 Jfiilu 50
8 coops hens.
3 coops spring chickens
2 3MM 50
... i TS
New Orleans, per crate
per bbl .
per bushel 6K&T0
Old I'. IS
80 crates cherries l ivl 50
S, C, Uains, canvassed.
' 5fn7 :
Clear Rib Sides
St. Johns i0
Ohio River ,i so
Peaches, halves and auartera
Cholco modi urn,
, 1 10
Cream , 0
Common Lay jj orv&3 50
ood lugs .... a oo 4 50
Low Leal 4 Wi(9 5 50
iood Leaf. 7 w:l u on
Medium Leaf 5 bij, 7 oo
RATES OP FREIGHT.
Grain per Cwt
liny pur Cwt
Flour per bbl
Pork per bbl
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Detroit Free Press 1
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day or two ago.
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When the captain had finished the letter
she was ready with another, adding:
"And this is addressed to my daughter
Lucretia. louwul see tnat l.e calls he
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she doeso t marry turn. It s the same
So it was, and his letter was as tender as
spring chicken. That finished, she handed
out a third, with the remark:
"This is directed to my daughter Helen
It's the very same man, and in it he calls
her his pansy, and ho. says be dreams of
"Why, he seemed to love the whole fam
uy," remarked the captain.
That's just it. I'm a widow with two
daghters, and he was courting us all at once
and engaged to three of us at the same
time. Oh! what wretches there are in this
"Yes, indeed. It's lucky you found him
"Yes, it is. If I hadn't he might have
married the whole caboodle of us. If Lu
cretia hadn't opened one of my letters, and
if I hadn't searched the girls' pockets while
they were asleep we d have thought him an
"And do you want him arrested?"
"2io, I guess not, but I want this matter
to go into the papers as a warning to other
women. Just think ot his sitting up with
me Sunday night, Lucretia on Wednesday
night, and Helen on Friday night, and call
ing each one of ms his climbing rose! Oh
sir. the women ought to know what deceiv
ing animal man is!"
"Yes, he's pretty tough."
"It has learned me a lesson," she said as
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to come right out and say which he s alter
If it's the girls I won't say nothing, and if
its me it won t do em a bit ot good to
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Fractions of one dollar nay t
T0LU. ROCK AND BYE.
A New Compound, 8cintincaiiy
prepared ;f Balmm Join, CrystAllwd Bnek
(andy. Old Rye Whisky aud other Tonics. Tho
Formula Is known to our nest physicians, is highly
commended by them, and the Analysis of one of out
most prominent chemists. Prof. . A. Mariner, of
Chicago, is on the label of evory bottle, it Is a well
knawn fact to the medical profession that TOLC.
ROCK and RYE will afford tho greatest relief for
Cougbe. Colds, Influenza, Bronchitis, Sore Throat,
Weak Lnngs. also Consumption, in tho .incipient
and advanced stages of that disease.
It can be used as a Beverage and for an Appeti
zer, making an effective tonic for Family nso. Try
it. yon will find It pleasant to take, of great servtcsl
if weak or debilitated, as it gives Strength, Tobsj
and Activity to the whole human frame.
Ptri'ut up tn ouart size Bottle tot Family as.
Sole Agcnte for the United States and Caned.
Also Importers of Fine Wines, Llquorifaud Clgr V
111 Madison Street, Chicago. t ,
Sold by Druggists and Dealer everywhere.
TUirtOOOA TEAR, or S to
your own locality
Women do a well
Many make more
above. No nna can fail ti
make money fast. Any one can do the work. - Yoa
can make from fine to $4 an hour by devoting yoor
evening and spar time to the business. It cost
nothing to try the business. Nothing Ilk it for
money making ever offered before. Rasinesl plea
ant and strictly honorable.. Reader, if yon waul to
know all about the best paying business before th
Ruhlic, send ns yonr address and we will seed yoa
ill particular and private term free.sampl 1
worth ts also free; you can then make np yowr
mind foryoarsolf. Address OIOROI OTRtioU
A CO. Portland. Mala ,
A WEEK in yonr own town, and m
capital risked. Yoa eu gtv th
bniloe a trial
those willloi to work.
Taw akABiJ '
tfT DoOlla elss Mil na mmm u ,. '
t ilf what yoa can do al the kasincs w onVr. y 1'
loom m explain her. Yoa tan devoks all Mrr
tima oi only yoar spar tlm to the bosiaeM, a4
make treat pay for every hoar that yea woHt
Woiaea make aa ranch a me. ' rWnd for sptMJ
private term and parttealar, which w otaU Is, ,
5 oatat free. Donteomplala ef hard rtmee wMia '
on have sich a rhauc. Addiee H. UALLJtTT