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AND OTHERS SEEKING
Strength and Energy,
WITHOUT THE USE OP DRUGS. ARE RE-
HLmimi meiMU ITVH "TUB ELKfcTHll
REVIEW,' AN ILLUSTRATED J017H-
iau, WHICH Iti PUBLISHED
FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION.
IT TREATS upon HEALTH. HYGIENE, and
Physical Culture, and in complete encycloKu
dla of Information for Invalid and those who tuffcr
iiuui iiurriiun, r.umasuDg no i-ainrui Disease,
Every i ubjuct that bears noon health and human
bappianss, receive attention In It pages; and the
many question asked by urTering invalid, wh
bavedispared oft cure, are answered, and valuable
Information la volunteered to all who are la need of
The subject of Eltctric Belt versu Medlclno. and
the hundred and one qucatlona of vital Importance
losuneriug numanity, areduly considered and ui-
And other who nffer from Nervous and physical
Debility, Los of Manly Vigor. Im mature Exhau
tion and the ninny gloomy consequence of early
uiuiotuuu, etc., are especially ucnenlea Dy con
sulting it content.
Th -ELECTRIC REViEW exposes the unmiti
gated fraudH practiced by quick and medical lm-
ponton who profess to "practice medicine," and
point out the only safe, slaiple, aud effective road
to Ilenltb. Vigor and Bodily Energy.
Send youraddron postal card for a copy, and
luiorrnatlou world thousand will be tent you.
Address, the publirher.
I'CLVERMCIIEIi GALVANIC CO,.
Cor. Eighth & Vine Streets, Cincinnati, 0,
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLE1 IN; TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1880.
THE DAILY. BULLETIN.
una rowior Faduceh
Arkanta Belle Evansvllle
me. Genevieve 8t. Lonl
S. M.Norton gti Lqui,
nnio Kellcy Wheeling
"yot vicksuurg M.Vickdur
ivaue lioopor...- If em-th
vim omnKie Cincinnati
J a. W. Oaff ,, Mumntii.
Laura L.Davl Cincinnati
Champion - St. Loul
Grand Tower Cincinnati
Gu rwl" Fadnoab
Araanaa Hello Evanavllle
Bte i Genevieve Memphla
t.M Norten vcw Orln.
vnyor Helena.... . St. Loul
uuie nency St. Loul.
'..auraL. Davis... 8t. LlmIi
Katie Hooper MoBnd c
Rolute ()hlfl ,,,
Vlat Shlnk'.e Memnht.
T.. ... ... . r
Grand Tower Vieksburg
Cnamplon St. Loul
1 J. B. M. Keblor nw ri.u.r,.
wll We New Orlcana
-Stage ot river, 25 feet, 8 inches.
BOWEl COMPLAINTS "" ""' ' T T'
J The Champion had a "ood trip for St.
A fitierdv aud Lflci tmil Cure,
Perry Davis' Tain-Killer
Grand Tower had a fair trip for
Hat tood the test of FORTY YEARS' trial.
Direction with each Bottle.
SOLD 31V A 1.1 j DRUCJOISl'S.
y I I H I i I Lot. AL AGENTS everywhere
to ten i ea. louce, Making row
uTrTTaTorilMTTjriract. etc., by rainpl)'. to fami
ne, hront eood. Outfit frue. 1'EOl'LE'S TEA
iu., nox yji, m, Loul. .Mo
1 7 STOPORGANSre.d;
hipped, only $ f, .;:. NtM I'.ano. lf5 to tl.fiOO.
Kir Ml lieu miner offer ill uvt rat d free. Addre
Kaniti r. uemj, afhliiKton, . J.
-The Will Kyle is adding liberally for
The Helena cleaned the tvharf of St
vupi. onieus was again called to St.
The Gold Dust had engagements for
wheat above Commerce, for St. Louis.
The Golden Crown has prolablv met
with some accident above Memphis, as she
is a long way behind time reaching here.
The, Laura Davis, purchased by Capt.
Joe Carpenter for the Louisiana trade, pass-
AffrnU WnntHil for Nvmi- Html TVmoviur mr,A
PICTORIAL RIBLES cd for Stl Loui' SuDday without &s-
Addre. or Circular, A. J. Holman Jt Co.. I'hila
I XJil OlVJll O wounded or otherwise
cr by dleae In lino ot duty. t entitled to a pen
non. Every pensioner should have uieeiamlne hi
taw ror lncreaie. Thoufand of men are not draw-
Ili; enoni.'b under the law. Widow and depend
ent mother and father are entitled to pension.
I'eotioo claim of all kind promptly ettlcd. Ad
treC. L. KPEEH, I', b. Ienion Attorney, In-
The V mt Shinkle added largely here
Sunday for Memphis, and the Gaff had a
good trip of lumber, etc., for the Ohio river.
It is reported that Col. Dan Rice has
finally closed the bargain for the Champion
and will proceed to remove all superflous
staterooms, etc., preparatory to the intro
duction of the opera house and elephant.
tapt. Joe Carpenter came down from
St. Louis on the Champion Sunday, expect
ing to meet Laura Davis here and return
on her. As the Davis did not land, it
presumed Joe went by rail or
rv i tv -w i . .
"3 Notice of Sale. ill A K I I AY U V A im TJ1 T) CI
iixivuxii U ll V X 11 JJ JX (j
8 ear mixed In bulk
3 carl white in bulk
j ADMINISTRATOR S BALE OF REAL ESTATE,
2 cara choice, In bulk.........
1 cur choice In lack
m bbi city i oisa in
3uu htii . Country, K. D 3 o
2 can Ic tack.
No 2. Red..
10tnb Choice Northern
'00 lb. Northern
14 packasea Southern Ullnom
Sou pound JHinoia.... lCK&u;
400 dozen ...
By virtue of an ordor of tho county court of Alex
ander cuunty, in the atalu or Dllnol. made at tho
May tertn thereof A. D lhW) upon the petition of
the uudern hiiml ,l,in(. ..,... .i,.. .........
amoa Lawreuce. decied. aualun NurcU.a llazle-
w"i.u, auwaru u. Jliizlewood, Fraud II. Law-
miu tuner. I m nn
TUESDAY, THE Ktb DAY OF AUGUST, A. D.
. .u . 1MHU.
at tho hour of two o'clock p. m., of mild
day, aell at public vunduu at tho touthwot
erly dimr of the court hone In be city of Cairo,
county of Alexander and tule ol Illluol, all
the ftiUrc.l of thn uiii .1,..,,... .i..
ceaed lu and to the follnwlus dcwrllwd real ca-
"mih".'""1 In aUl cou",v ufAlexaiider andatate
of Illinol, to-wlt:
J ne louthea.t quarter of the aouthweet quarter
and outuwet ouarter of tlm innihu..i ,i....... r
j-v. ...... o.n.n.er luinyuiree ta;ji in towuUlp nnm-
bpr fourteen (14i omh runiie two (i) went ; aleo the
nortbwerttiiiurrur of the n.tkin . ....
tion nuruber thirteen (13) In townahip number fif
teen (l.'i) aoiith rint'e two ,..f bIm.. 1,,, ,,i,...
two (2) In block number one (1) in the town of Man
diiky In raid county of Aleiandcr accordiriL- m
the original pint of a:iid town
Term of Sale: One-thin! riuh In hntwl
day of ale, one-third to be paid in lx month
and one-third in twelve month from tho day of
mle, the deferred' payment to be terurcii bynote
drawing ix tier cent. IntereHt mud
lhi1i.,.l.,U,.....IJ n 1
r, , . Adinlnatrator.
Cairo, HI., June Sid lfWO.
Wholesale and Retail
AND PAINT AND OIL DEALERS
Wholesale and lletail
Drugs, Paints, Brushes, Window Glass, Brushes, Perfumery,
' Fancy Goods, Etc., Etc. . '
Live, perdoa 502,10 :.
VttiereA Wl am Ho me anil Aib.llnA TTolm...
hiwtr. by their certain murtKiiKC deed, (luted tho
6 coop choice .
7 coop hen
8 COOD Choice atirlUir cblrken
7 coop eprlng chicken
....1 SOriil 70
. i Ort&i 50
..1 omfiJ IKI
..1 5trl 74
No. 74 Ohio Levee.
: DETAIL and FAMILY PRESCRIPTION ST0EE
Cor. Eighth Street and Washington Avenue. '
New per burhel.,
COboxea peaches .,
L, oi fine inortirairea on tinmi Si;v rllil .nnwr 1.1
ueorce . norI. of in HI county ef Alexander,
a mortgagee, tho proml-e hereinafter dencrlbed,
toaecure liie jiavmeut of one certain prnmUaory
note executed by tho aid William Holme, and
bearlni; date February eluhih rttihi 1n-u ruiiinr..
"e nuuarea ana Twenty-even and lirt-KW dollar
ifi.i.wi nnu piiyame to toe order of tho raid
Oeorce W. Short, twelve month after the date
thereof with Interest at the rate of ten per Cent per
annum, until paid.
And, wbefea, It wa provided In eald morleago
mat in cae oi oeiauit in the payment of ald prom
iory note or any nart thereof arcunlln.r in ti,
tenor and effect thereof, the aaid Ucorge W. Short,
hi legal reprec!itativ( or a'torney might ell the
premiec lecrilied In ald tnortgaga under the
power contained in the ame for the purpose there
And. wherea. default ha been made la the pay
ment of aid note both of tho principal und ofa'll
the interest which has accrued nimn ti nmn
(ince the date of ltnexwntlon.
And. wberea.tbe .aid Oeoriru W. Short Hennrt.
ed tbia life,iutetate on or about tho eighteenth da
in auicupi. a. if. jn,B, anu me nnueri-lgned wa
duly appointed administrator of hi etle by the
couuty court of aid countvof Alexander, on the
third day of September, A. D. 1S78, and la now
tbe ole administrator of hi uid estate.
NOW. therefore. nubllC notice III herehv crtvnn
that In pursuance of ald mortgago deed and bv
virtue ouno power ano authority granted iu and
bf the ame to tbe legal representative of the said
oeorge w. snort, I, tae underlgne(
f,rekft jo oo
C. Hams, canvassed in vkn on
lear iae 8 50
vicar iud Diae
St. John , i n
Ohio River .- .. . ..'..'.'.!l is
reacne. naive and nnartcra uao
Apple, bright 6,3,01
Choice navy j v,
Choice medium 1 lii
Malt Bitteks Company.
)Ialt and Hops.
Mosday Evening, July 19, 1880.
The wathcr has been, on the whole, cool
and pleasant since the middle of last week
To-day at noon a very heavy thunder storm
passed over this section and for all hour
the rain tell in torrents.
13 1 t t:e r s.
Organ, Consumption, Emaciation, Mental and
l'hv.ual KxhauMton, Delicate Female. Nursing
Mother. Hlcklv Children, and Debility of Ace,
MALT HITTEllS arewaaranted moro Nourishing
IStreiighteiilng, Vitalising and Purllying by reason
of their rlchues in Hone and Muscle I'rodticlug
Material than all other form of malt or medicine,
while free from the oblect'on urged i:niiit malt
liquor Prepared by the MALT BITTERS CO.,
from Vnferment. d Malt and Hop. Sold every
where. MALT BITTERS CO. lioton. Ma.
I'V all ll:iril:irn unit ITnrn... Ileuler
omethlng of Brent vilue. aert ev
rovf.iti xru vu-
The market is hardly worth mentioning
In reality there is no market. The demand
is small for even-thing in the line of farm
produce, but as receipts are exceedingly
1XR ENFEEBLED DIGESTION, Impoverished uht v,. ,,.., i T
? Blood, Weak Lung. Kidney, an.1 Urinary hKht thcrc 13 no RctUal increase in stocks.
Vegetables and fruit are supplied to the
local trade by country wagons and as there
is no shipping demand, -commission mer
chants can do nothing with receints of
FLOUR Receipts have increased to
some extent, but the demand continues
good; and there Is no surplus of grades
from family up.
HAY Very little choice arrives. The
demand is very lL'ht even at the Dresent
CORN Receipts are light find the de
mand only fair. Prices are unchanged.
OATS Very dull. Plenty offering but
MEAL Steady and unchanged. There
is no surplus of city tnenl in the market.
BRAN Quoted at 50 cents and
BUTTER There is a continued good
demand for choice, while common is not
EGGS There is some inquiry for fresh
receipts at low prices. Thousands of doz
ens of the old stock have been thrown
away in the past week.
CHICKENS The demand is small and
prices weak, owing to the local market be
ing supplied by country wngons.
FRUIT Very little doing in any variety
POTATOES-Dull at 25c.
Is no one owning a honu or mule but wlmt will find In
I.U. una or pood,
clallv adapted to their wnnt
, bole tianuraeturera,
n A Y E A R and expene to
agent. Outfit free Addres. V
O. VICKKHY. Augusta. Maine
ADVERTISERS! tend for our price list of Lo
cal Newspaper. Geo, P. Rowell &, Co., 10
spruce it reet, N..Y.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
SUM II KB LAW LF.CTl'RKS (nine weekly), begin
pin only, isni, anu enu mn septum ner. nnve
proved or signal use. 1st, to student who design
to pursue their studies at this or other Law School ;
2d, to thoso who propose to read privately; and
3d, to practitioners who have not had the advan
tage of systematic Instruction, For circular apply
trostonico Lciversity oi va.i to ioiiN u. .umoa,
iroi. common and statute Law.
In tho Circuit Conrt, September Term lt80.
State of Illinois, County of Alexander e.
Surah Burret I
v v In Chancery Divorce
John T. Uttrro,
Affidavit that tho said John T. Bnrre, defend
nut above named has gnno out of tho state of lilt
mil and that upon diligent Inquiry hi plat of
residence cannot bo ascertained, having been filed
in the office of the clerk of t ho ald circuit court of
Aicxannor county, notice la hereby given to tho
ald John T.Bnrress, that the complainant hero
toforo filed her bill of comtilnlnt for divorce in
said court on the chancery ldo thereof, and
that a summon thereupon luednut of said court,
agnlnstthe said dufendant returnable at tho court
hnuso In tho said city f Cairo, In eald connty of
Alexander on the Ihlra Monday ol Hcptomher, A.
D. 1KH0, a is by law rei ulrn, which cause la now
pending and undetermined In aald court.
i t t h ,c0IIIi A- "KEVE, Clerk.
Cairo, July 12th, 1BW).
BAUD rNBTRTJHINT CATAL00UX,
jnnramfni.t Huiio, suit.,
C.H, twin, Pco-t.i, Pom-1
poDi, 1'in hiiji.' Komi
aul Km, Kmik, t'tp-lj
l,.ran, SiuiiIi, i4 Out. '
tt. oonttln. sift pur, of
M.llrd frMh idilmi
LYOIt UKU.X, W BUM at., CUOMO, IU
tor a aforesaid will on
THURSDAY, THE TWELFTH DAY OF AUGUST
A. D. is), at the hour of eleven o'clock a. m. o
said day, at the front door of the court hmisn in t ha
city of Cairo In said countvof Alexander sell at
public vendue to the highest bidder lor cash, tbe
premise mentioned iu said mortgage, and de-
crmea a roiiow, namely: Lot number six (61 In
black numbered one(l)lntbe town of Sanduskv,
aa the same I known and designated on the recorded
maporpiatinereor. the same belne a onrt of er.
nnu uuiuoer m i nee n (i;ij, in townsblp numbe
ruiecn (j.i) outb range two () weet of
tne tnira principal meridian in tbe
connty of Alexander and state of Illinois.
together with all and alnirular the tenement.
hereditament and annnrtenanre thereuntil h.
longing, and all the r!?ht, title and iqcitv of re
dempiion of tho aald William Holme and'Adoline
Holme, bi wife, crantor in said mnriim.e. their
heir and algn therein.
There will be due on the said dav of snip tho mm
of One Hundred Fifty nine dollar and Twenty
cent t$159.iiU) betide the costs and expenses of
aie. Mil. HARD E. NORMAN.
Administrator of the estate of George W. Short
Cairo. Ills., July 2d 1!S0.
TN tba district court of the United States, for tho
m. nouincrn Qisirici oi Illluol.
In IlaukruDtcv. No. 14 '.
In thematterof Ernest Relehart.
and David M. Knowle, bankrept.. Notice I
hereby civen that a petition h been (lh.rt in ..i,i
court by said David SI. Knowles, lato of Cairo. Ill
Inoi. now of Effingham, In the county of Elllng
ham. in ald district, duly declared bankrupt, un
der the act of concrc of March 2d. lsi.T. mid tlm
amendment thereto, for a dischnnrn sn.l rertlil.
caw thereof, from all his debt and other claim
provable tinder said act, and that, the 5th day of
AiiirusuA. i. isso, at eleven o clock A. M.. I as
slL'iied for a hotirinir of the same hv the aal.l ei,rt
at the United States court rottm in the citv of
Hiirini:nYld. when aud where all creditor nf snirl
bankrupt, and all other person in interest may at
tend and show cause, if nv they havo, why tha
prayer of of said petlton should not be granted.
... . 11. Luve.KSK, clerk.
iminutt iuuhl'. Biiornjvii inr ti nmtirr
Dated at Springfield July lt, A. D. lhe0.
1 i i . i ,1, 0 i
GRAND PIANO COMPANY
311 and 313 Plum Street Cincinnati, Ohio.
b GRAND SQUARE & UPRIGHT PIANOS
2ibm":",r.,dijE' """"" p 4 wi.r r in,., ..d M
Send for illustrated catalogue.
GRAND PIANO CO. .
Noa. 311 and 313 Plum Street, Cin'tl. O.
A flrt-clas piano at a very moderate price.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY TOE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Good lue..". ,
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF
t mine nonce i uerenv iriven inm riv virtim rr
juugmeni ana oruer oi tne county court of Alexan-
real Es- Car Loads a Specialtv.
RATES OF FREIGHT.
Grain per Cwt
ILiy per Cwt
Pork per bbl
LIFE AND HEALTH.
A "Wonderful Remedy.
SAFE ASD SURE.
The Great Iaternal ami External Eera-
J2 on.i Ml
H lis. .1 Lit
4T oi4 5 jo der couuty. lllluois, made aud entered at the July
7 00G& tJ c"n thereof, A. 1). lf-t), In a cause wherein Jacob
0 5l)(ii 7 00 I v,i". auimui.wunir ui uiu esiuie Ol IIIIHII1 .11,
'. i'ioiuiiu, uuii uuua Atiienon
Fraucia D. Athermn, '1 bom a J. jiime M
CralgTKlzala Kluch, fctnnia Craig, Alice Craig
Mary Craiu, Maria J. Ricele, Frances M. Athertoui
Ile7.ekiah M . Atherton, Reh.'cca J. Athi rton l.nin
Ainenon, niniam J. Aiuerton, K leu Youiiir.
it... ii'l.i.... en.... M .. . , . . .. .
r.iiaouiii T.i,&t-r. r.ii.a.n. reeier.donn (.luiu-tn
Joseph Godwin, France Youug, Smith Voung,
jame r. iiutson, roraicu Ireland, Jatne P, Coll
and Daniel Leuce, aro deleudant. (or the sale of
real esiaie 10 pay 1110 ueui ol tho said deceased
William Jt. Atherton, I, the undersigned ailminlH-
iraior.oacon uiL'irie. win on inursilnv. the a th ilv
. ........ . i, , .... . .,. .. i. . . . -
ui iul;ii.i, .-t. . t.-r, , ni uie iiour ot ill o CIOCK a.
m.. at the Deootoi" the Cairo and St 1 i,u r.n
road company, at Hodge' 1'urk In said counry.pro-
tveu .'.til ui moult fmil- iu lue UlUlleSl IlKlUer tUO
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
IIop Hitters are the Pur at and Best Bitters
iTv,y,5iVmro.nn,,led lom nois- BTJCIIU,
MANDRAKE and DANDELION -the olde.t!
best and most valuable medicine In theworlj
-"' -wuiiu mi me Desi anu most curative nroD
?,r.,1,!B J?f " 0,h,'r Bitters, being ihe ereatest
BLOOD PURIFIER. LIVER REGULATOR,
and Llfo and Health restoring agent on earth
No disease or 111 health can possibly lour ex-
i.t. lut-nw uu er are uea, sovarlodand
perfect are their operations.
Iney Km ?,ew 'lfu anA v,Kr to tne l?ca and
Inflnn. To all whoso employment cause Irreg
ularity of the bowel or urinary organ, or who
It" 1 i'"euzcr. ionic anu mild stimulant,
these Bitter are Invaluable, being highly cura
tive, tonic and etlmulating, without intoxicat
ing. No matter what yor feeilnga or evmptoma
aro h , fhm ril...... n. .ii . i ...
mr, .,c ut ouineui IB, USB Hop
Bitter. Don t wait until Ton .roalir k. i.
only feol bad or miserable, use tbe bitters at
once. It may eave ) oar life. Hundred have
heenaved by aodolug. r$.VK) will be paid
for a case they will not cure or help.
Do not SUlTer TOUrself or let vnnr M.,r.Am
fer, hnt ue and nrgothem to use Hon Bitters
Remember. Hon Hitter i. nn il.. ,i. j
run ken nostrnm. but the unreal nH hi m..rii:
cine ever made; the "Invalids Friend and
Hope," and no Demon or famllv h..ni,i ho i.k.
out them. Trv the Hitters to-day.
Hop Bitter Mfg. Co.. Rocheter, New York
and Toronto, Canada.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
gT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND PADUCAII.
Tbo EiogaiitSidcwhcel Pasenger Steamer
following described real estate, namely:
The u w u w ol S li, T 1(1, S U 1 west; n
8 85, T 15, S R 2 west ; n e n e of 8 l, 1
Sii CHAMPION asdSi
every Monday and Thursday fur
loui, ana way laumuga.
Sales and Quotations,
NOTE. Tho once here given aro lor sale from
firsthand lu ronnd lots. An advance 1
charged for broken lot in tilling orders.
COO bbl Various .
100 " varlou...,
100 " fancy
Icar Prims Tlmothr
Scars Cholc Timothy.
car mixed ,
4 0WM 40
6 (M5 V5
I 5 15
h" .rH.A18? ' NEURALGIA. MALARIA,!
wiouiiK-ria, i ueiiino ib, poro in runt, Iulluru
million of the Lungs, Ac, Lame Hack. Inllamnia
tlon of the Kidney. Backache, Pile, Bunion or
soreness of the Feet from whatever cause. Burn
or Siald. and all luflammatorj Diseases, Prickly
Host, lluuiwrsand all diseases of I ho skin. For
all femalecomplaint and weaknesses it has no
equal, lhonaaud have been saved from an un
timely death by it use. Do not delay, but try It
It is a household necessity. Full particular. In
our Ilium tiatcd card and clrculurs, sent frue,
upon application bv malt,
A trial will beneflt you. Wo guarantee satisfac
tion or money refunded. I'rlce. BUc. and f 1 per
bottle. Trial bottle 25c. Hold by all druggist.
Sami'rl Gkhkt A Cohmnt.
Proprietor. 1S17 Broadway, Now York
w w of
T 1.1. S M
2 west; the undivided 4 of the s e n e. S 44. T 15,
8 R 2 west; and the undivided one fourih of the
following described tracts ol liiml. u n u i. H i
T Id. S R 2 west ; n e s w of S 21, T PI, S R 2 west
n wseots 21.T1HS K 2 west: ee or S 15, T
In. H It 2 west: all in Alexumler ronniv. Illinois
Mtidlhe following described lots In Hodge' Park
lu said Alexander county; Lot No 2, 4, and lu
block.S; lot 7 In block 4; lots No. 2, 4 aud 11 In
block ,1; lot No. 2.4 anilH lu block ; lots 8 mid HI
block 7: lot No. 4 mid s In block S; lm 8 block
14; lot No. :t. 5. 7 mid 11 In block 15: lot il hlrb
ltt; lot No. 1, :l and 5 in block 17; lot block If;
lot 1 block 111: lot 1 block 20; lot No. I, 8. ft and 7
lu block 21; lol No. 4 an.' H In block 22; lot No.
1 ft, and 7 In block l j lot No 2,4 and H In block
aim tot III lu h lock 1:1. for t ill till rnnn or ,,..
Ing tho debts of the estate of said William M.iih.
J ne leitii orsaUiwul lm onetb rd rush ilou-n a ttiA ylTrn- , Tii.inniT rts
one third in six monllis and one-third In one Tear I yviuu uii t r.iini kU,
With HO't'H. and also n mnrti.ni.ii on tlm il,., .....l V
estate sold, t'i secure the deferred paviiient, and
too note to draw Interest at rule irf six nor cent.
per annum. All sales for. ten dollars or less lobe
paid dow'o. JACOB HIGGLE.
CUiro. Ill , July 17. 1SH0. Adnilnl.trnlnr.
CINCINNATI LAW SCHOOL.
The Forty-ek'hth annual term liptrina
Thursday, October 14th. 1880. and rnn.
tinucs seven months. Terras, tiO first year
$30 second year. For catalogue orcircula
address the dean,
JhooU 1). Cox, Cincinnati, O-
We Hrp th lariridt einnrtera In tho fnltA.I
NtHtt . and we will pay tho highest market price
in rash for any quuutlty. '
Addre TI A O n "
ii. . noiueii (K to.
o7 Vine Street CINCINNATI.
chance to makn mon-
0 Hood a nerson In
town to take subscrlp
for the larvetit. rhi nn.
est and hest llii,.ir.tn,i
pM kfmy pnbllcatlon In the
world. Any one can become n eticceasful agent.
Hix tdegant work, of art given fr. to ..ibscrlW.
The price I o low that almost everybody nb
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J.7' A I!!,y ont fwportd making profit
in ten days. AH wbocngiipe rjjsite money fast. ou
can devote all your time to the husliie.s.or oi.lv vonr
C'.i h?' v?. Uae,X, n"1 be w5r ftom '"" 1
.... u wen a other, run
directions and term free, Elegant andexpensivo
otitntfreo. If you want profitable work sond as
ymiraddros at once. It coat nothing to try tho
business. No one who eneairc. full, to make git
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SALE OF REAL ES
ramie notiro l hereby given that bv vlrluoof a
judgment and order of the county court or Alex
ander county, Illinois, made and entered at the
Juno term iheroor, A. 1)., 1WKI, m a raine wherein
Kllza J. Iwente, adnilnlstnitrlx of the eslalu of
Alexander Twento, deceased, Jwas plaintiff, and
Ida 0, Tw ntfl. Amos A . TaciiUi, Asa D. Twentc,
Arlur 11. Twento, Kr.ra J. Twente. John II. Clark,
Franklin lllit.aiid William Tolbert, wero defend
ants, for thn saloof real of real vstato to pay tho
debt of the said Alexander Twento. deceased, I,
the nmloralgiicd administratrix as aforesaid, will,
on nvuiiesuiiy, tne Win IUV or Allgllt. ISHi, at
Klevnn o'cltwk a. in., at the front door of the court
house In Cairo, In snld Alexander couuty, proceed
o ell t public. al(., to the hlgheat bidder, tho
followln!decrlbed real etatu, Irce and clear of
tho dower of the undersigned a widow of the said
Theundlvldud llvo sixths ( -111 of the ontheat
quarter of the north wrt quarter, and of the south'
west quarter or tho northwest quarter of section
twenty live (25) lu township llriewi, oiith inge
ns llireo (Hi west or the third principal meridian
In said Alexander county fur the purpose of pay
lug the debt nf said eslato,
Th:t term of alu are, onn-half cash down, and
tin ''alancu In one year with tiotn. and also mort
ffa, on the real estate sold to secure the deferred
I'symeut; snld note to bear Interest at the rate of
i crcoiiU ELIZA l. TWKNTK,
. Cairo, ill Jnlv 17, 1HW. Admlnlslmtrlx.
On and after Monday, Juno 7th, aud until lurther
notice the ferryboat will make trip aa follows:
LIAVIS LIAVCR LEAVI
Foot Fourth it. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g,
7:oo a.m. 7tWa. m. K a, m.
fi:iK)a. in. B::li)a. m. 10 a. tn,
ll:()a,m. ll::ia. m. 12:00 m.
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J p.m. 9:90 p.m. S p. m
Autbontlo and OfB-
BY COL. RUSSELL II. CONWELL.
Author of tbo Llfo ofR. B. Hayei, Llfo of Bafard
With an Introduction by .
MARK HOPKINS, D. D., LL, D.
Ex-Frostdont of William College.
This book Is elegantly lllutrated: two stskl
PI.atb I'OiiTHAlT: nearly 4110 oases : nriea tl ra.
Till work comprises tlm biography, public cr
vlce. aud private paper of General Garlieid, with :
bis letter of ncceptanco, Republican platform, sta
tist I cnl facts and llgures for every Republican
voter, and Present a comnleta and tlinrmink
dlgeit of tho reason why the Republican
party should still be trusted with the covarnmnat
of this pmsperon nation, The author ha gath
ered hi material for thi work riitht from hub.'
otiAitTKRs tho general' own borne, relative ad .
family and ha had free access to all tba ma
terial necessary to produce the onlt authkhthi
and ornoiAL Life of General Garfield.
Tho hook will also contain a sketch of the life ot
Gen. Chester K, Arthur.
Tbo Introduction I written bv that vcnsrahln
and classical scholar, Mark Hopklnt, D. D., Ll. D.
Agent will And this the tett campaign book la '
a week Iti vonr own town, tl ontflt ra. Nn
risk, Reader, If you want a business at
which persons of either aei ran make great
A WEEK in your own town, and no
capital risked. Yon can give the
business a trial without expense.
The bt opportunity ever offered fr
those willing to work. You should
trv nu.hiiif else till von as for ni
I ilf what von can do at the bnalnca w nftw Nn
loom to explain here, Yon can devo all your ArrPYttu WflTITOll
tlmoorouly your snare time to the henna, and ncuw f ailltll.
maas great pay ror every bout that you work
Outfits are now ready for Agente.
women make a much aa men. Henri rn ateii
private terra and particular, which we mall Irne,
Jl nntltt fren. niin'tMimhlkU nf Ii.mI ii.... ,i.iim
t,Jp.f . i . 'ii'-JS "Jr ,!orlcl wr!" rr Particular to you have ucli a chance. Address II. HAIJ.ETT
tend far for full
mvmo tiiuuvui nsrtlcnl.r .nil h
convinced that this Is the most, aalabls book lm -
th market, or to aave tlsii, send $1 for outfll of thai
duub, anu eiai your cooice or territory. Aaarew
J. FAIRBANKS A CO.. v
u, unimiti i m i oriiaun.
CO., Portland, Value.