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Archie Wood, and the polished Pepper
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It isn't every ship that carries mules; yet
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"Will he retire?" asks an exchange.
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The condor of the Andes is said to kill
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thi country are trying the game on mar
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it is somewhat singular that they also prove
that married men live longer than unman
Doctor (looking learned and speaking
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you want extracted? Is it the molar or
incisor? Jack (short and sharp) : It is in
the upper tier, on the larboard side. Bear
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A certain painter was bragging of his
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one tiny. His friend did not seem to take
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The Widow Timotheo was recounting to
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ISO " various h 0'4WS 40
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HO " choice 5 00
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1 cur mixed n w
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U cars white in bulk 4
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i cars white in bulk 40
1 car new In bulk 27
J curs choice In sacks 3)
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2 cars lc sacks... 10
No 2. Red i
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WO lbs. Northern
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100 pounds Illinois
200 dozen fresh.
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4 coops hens , 2 50
3 coops choice serine chickens 2 00
5 coops spring 1 75
300 boxes ,. KI&25
per bbl. ..,
per bushel .
New, per bbl
New per bushel .,
CO boxes peaches,,
Breakfast 10 00
Shoulders 6 25
8. C. Dams, canvassed 10 5011 00
Clear sides 50
Clear Kib Sides . . none
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Ohio River 1 15
Peaches, halves and quarters R&9
Apples, bright ftSti
Choice nary gi -js
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V & ? 18&22
9 & 5SH
Calf. Green ..
Dry Flint -.n
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Green Salt . m 1(&
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DMINISTKATOK 'S fcALE OF BLAL S
Public notice Is hereby given that by virtuo of a
Judgment and order of the county court of Alexan-
aer county, Illinois, maae ana entered at the July
term thereof. A. D. 1!-IJ, In a cause wherein Jacob
Biggie, administrator of the estate of William M.
Atherton. deceased. is plaintiff, and Juda Atherton,
francis u. Atncrton, i nomas j . traljr, James M
Craig, Elm J a Finch. Emma Crate. Alice Crais.
Mary Craig, Maria J. Rlggle, France M. Atherton,
HezeklahM. Atherton, Rebecca J. Atherton. Lulu
J. Atherton, William J. Atherton, Ellen Young,
Elizabeth Wicker. Eliza M. Peeler, John Godwin,
Joseph Godwin, Frances ! Yonna, Smith Young,
James F. llutson, Fordice Ireland. James P. Coil
and Daniel Lence, are defendants, for the sale of
real estate to pay the debts ol the said deceased
imam 11. Atnerton. l, the undersigned adminis
trator, Jacob Biggie, will on Thursday, the irtth day
oi August, a. Lit itv at tne nour oi w o ciock a,
in., at the Depot of the Cairo and St. Lonis rail
road company, at Hodge's Park in said county, pro-
ceea to sen ai mimic suie to tne niguesi uiauer tne
following described real estate, namclv:
The n w n w of S 6, T 1H, S It 1 west; n w g w of
s -.',). r is, s k u west; n e n e or s m, t 13, s k
2 wext ; the undivided 4 of the e n e. S 34, T 15,
S R J west; aud the undivided one-fourth of the
following described tracts of land, e 4 n w 8 21,
Tlrt 4 U O a.., n a m ... rxt i O, T 111. i i O u... .
n w seof S Sl.TlrtS Kiwest: fese of S 15. T
16. S Rawest; all in Alexander county, Illinois,
and the following described lots in Ilotlge'e Park
in said Alexander county: Lots Nos, 'i, 4, andO In
block 3; lot 7 in block 4; lots No. 4, 4 andli in
block S; lotaNoi. 3,4 and 8 in block H; lots 8andli)
block,: lots os. 4 aud Sin block s; lot n. block
14; lots Nos. 3. it. 7 and 9 in block IS; lot rt block
1H: lots Nos. 1, 3 and 5 In block 17; lot block 18;
lot 1 block 1H: lot ft block SO; lots Nos. 1, 3. 5 and 7
In block 'Jl ; lots Nos. 4 anH 6 In block S2; lots Nos.
1 5, and Tin blocki3; lots Nos i, 4 and A in block
it: and lot 10 in block 13, for the pnrposo of pav
ing the debts of the estate of said William M. Ath
The terms of sale will bo one-third cai"h down,
one third in tx momhs and one-third in one year,
with notes, aud al-o a mortgage on the the real
estate sold, to secure the delerrtd payments, and
the notes to draw Interest at rate or tlx per cent,
per annum. All sales for ten dollars or less to be
paid down. JACOB HIGGLE,
Cairo. Ill .July 1" lsffl. Administrator.
4 DM1N1STBATOK S SALE OF REAL E3
Public notice Is herebv given that by virtue of a
Judgment and order of the county court of Alex
ander county, Illinois, made and entered at the
June term thereof. A. D., 1SW), in a cause wherein
Eliza J. Twecte, administratrix of the estate of
Alexander Twente. deceased. Jwas plaintiff, and
Ida C. Twi-ute, Amos A. T.vente, AsaD. Twunto,
ArtnrH.Twente, Ezra J. Tweute. John II. Clark,
Franklin Hitt.and Willlmn Tolbert, were defend
ants, for the sale of real of real estate to pay tho
debts of the said Alexander Twente, deceased, I,
the undersigned udminlstrntrlx as aforesaid, will,
on Wednesday, the i.Mh day of August. Is3', at
Eleven o'clock a. m.. at the front door of the court
bouse in Cairo, In said Alexander county, proceed
to sell at public sale, to the highest bidder, tho
following described real estate, tree and clear of
the dower of the nuderslgned a widow of the said
The undivided five sixths C-1 of the southeast
quarter of the northwest quarter, and of the south
west quarter of the northwest quarter of section
twentv flvo ii.'j)lu township fifteen, south range
N. three (3) west of the third principal meridian
In said Alexander county for the purpose of pay
ing tho debts of said ectnte.
The terms of sale are. oue-half cash down, and
the balance In ono year with note, and also mort
gage on the real estate sold to secure the deferred
payment; said note to benr interest at the rate of
six per cent. ELIZA J. TWENTE,
Cairo 111,. July lT.liW. Administratrix.
IN the district court of the fulled States, for the
Southern district of Illinois.
In Bankruptcy, No, 141
In the matter of Ernest Relrhnrt, Andreas Doll
and David .M. Enowles. hauknttits., Notice I
hereby given that a petition has beeu llled In snld
court by said David M, Knowles, late of Cairo, 111
Inols, now of Eillngham, In tho county of Filing
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INI. 11. COMVKKnK, Clerk.
Brown Yotinu, attorneys for plaintiff.
Datedut Springfield July 1st, A. D. 1PM).
OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
To the heirs of Porrv Power, dereumwl. unit all
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spared to give satisfaction to the gue-ti.
Tfaa hi.nn ham ...it fn ..M.i.n . . I m a
- -..vvM .win ,u iui iiigvuiirv vvii.uii. uotuu a.
per week. Special rates to families.
J. R. BROWN, Proprietor.
Baltimore Female College.
The onlv Female Oolleso in Mnrvland wn char.
tored lu 184(1, with the power of conferring degree.
nua nierniiy enuowea ny ine state in itw. It aa
sew buildings, ample around, good apparatus, an
ablo Faculty, sad all the appointments of a first
clasi Institution. Board and tnlton, $460. Mlssue
nnder twelvo years, f.tio. Catalogue at thl office.
K V. BROOK 8, L.L.D., President.
MILITARY ACADEMY, -Morgan
Park, Cook Co., 111..
A Christian famllv school fnr hat: Livalianat.
tractive. Kducatloual facilities nn.nrn...ed .
ton begin September 7th, 1880, For fuU lff