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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1850.
AND OTHERS SEEKING
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many questions asked by suffering invalid. wh
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Facts Worth Knowing:
GINGER. Brent. MANDRAKE. STILLINGIA,
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IU It as to maae n iuv nrva.cn vt-wu .
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Monday Evenino August 2d I860,
The "dry spell" is broken and farmers
through this section are rejoicing again.
The signs for several days havo pointed to
rain but until to day have realized the old
saying concerning all signs in dry weather.
An old fashioned soaking rain set in early
this morning and continued almost without
intermission, all day.
Business is quiet and easy and transac
tions, 88 usual at the close of the month,
have been very small. Trices are generally
FLOUR The market appears to be
weaker, at least it shows symptoms of
weakening, and buyers are in consequenee
DAY Receipts are light and the de
mand, us is usually expected at this season
of the year, is also light.
CORN Receipts are small and stocks
light. There is little it any export de
mand. OATS Receipts havo been liberal and
the Bupply is large.
MEAL The demand continues steady,
and the surplus of city meal is very small.
BRAN Plenty and unchanged.
BUTTER There continues a lair inquiry
for strictly choice, but common is not
EGGS We note an improvement in the
demand and an advance in prices
POULTRY We note a good demand
for choice larpe spring chickens and a dull
market for small ones.
FRUIT The market is supplied by
country wagons, with everything in the
fruit line excepting grapes.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE.-The pnen Here gtren are ior laics from
first hand In round lots. An advance ia
charged for broken lots in tilling ode.
V bhla Vanoua 4 02.5 is
ISO ' various S 40
l'O choice ..
ISO " low XXX
1 ear Prime Timothy
Scars Cnoice Timothy.
2 car mixed
5 car misea In bulk
T car white in t'ti.k...
1 car lulled in racks .
1 car new in bulk. ..
2 cars new in sacks.
luO bois Country, E. D ,
1 can r sacks...
1 tar in baik
.$i 10 3 15
No 2. Red
9ft pkes Choice Northern
ji ii.s. Northers
I'i pac kages poutheru Illinois
lc pounds Illinois
9x pounds Illinois..
Jfifl dozen fresh...
M dozen fresh..
Live, perdoz & SiKald 5J
5 coops spring 1 50
i coops hen VI
3 coops choice spring chickens ., 1 75
3 coups spring, small 1 25
per hhl. .
per bushel ,
New. perbbl 1
New per bu-hel JS
51 holes peaches i1
l'JUpounds grapes rt
II-il f do..
Shoulders . 25
S. C. Hume. canvassed 10 503,11 00
Clear side SO
Clear Rib Sides none
St. Johns tl 25
Ohio River 1 15
Jounce bnrlnp. bushels..
Oat sacks, ti bushels
Peaches, halves aud quarters ft'&n
Apples, bright fK&ti!$
Choice navy '.. Jl 2S
Choice medium 1 W
Cream - 10
V lb WS
Dry Flint W
Dry Salt IP
Green Salt.... . T(&V
Green tHMM.HIWM Mil ..(,.. ...M.(. . I
Sheep Pelt - 10(2,00
Common Lug IJ 90
Good lugs , ... S a 4 N)
Low Leaf. -4 a 5 50
Good Leaf. 7
Medium Leaf. 5
RATES OF FREIGHT.
Memphis JJew Orleans Way
Grain per Cwt UHcts 15cta 20 ts
HayperCwt 15 " 9)" cts
Flour pur bbl 25" 3t " 40ts
Pork perbbl 35 " 45" Wet
Gus Fowler .Paducah
City of Helena Vlcksbtvg
Ste. Genevieve St. Louis
Robin..; St. Louis
Champion St. Louis
Grand Tower ......St. Louis
JohnDlppold ....St. Louis
Arkansas Hello Evansville
James W. GarT Cincinnati
Gus Fowler Padueab
Hlckary and bargee St. Louis
City of Helena St. Louis
Plasa and barges Memphis
Ste. Genevieve Memphis
James W. GaU Memphis
Arkansas Belle - Evansville
Grand Tower M Vlcksbarg
Jonn Dippold New Orleans
Stage of river, 15 feet, 4 inches; a
fall of 6 inches in the post 24 hours.
The Arkansas Belle had a good re
The Grand Tower had a big trip for
Yicksburg and was obliged to leave freight
The J. "V. GarT had a good trip on ner
self and barge. She added liberally
The ferryboat Mound City brought
COO empty oil barrels for re-shipment to
The Champion came out Sunday on her
last trip- She will probably go to Mound
City for renovating.
Capt. Ilarpin, agent underwriter, was
a passenger on the Gaff, for the wreck of
the city of Vicksburg.
The Idlewild had a big crowd of
pleasure seekers returning from the attrac
tions which are supposed to absorb Critten
The W. P. Halliday came out at noon
yesterday with a big trip. The low water
below tere prevented the addition of much
freight at Cairo.
We learn that Capt. Bruner of the
Champion is looking around for another
boat for the Paducah and St. Louis trade.
The rumors that he would take charge of
the E. W. Hale, proving to be nncorrect.
An individual stepped aboard the J. TV.
Gaff yesterday afternoon and coolly took
possession of a large side of meat, which he
thew over his shoulder and proceeded at
once, without any unnecessary delay, to get
up the levee. He was captured, the meat
recovered, and turned loose again, the offi
cer not caring to incur the expense of
The towboat Resolute, together with a
large barge of gravel, sunk while laying
at the bank at the upper wharf. It would
appear that the barge struck some hidden
obstruction before arriving here, and was
leuking considerably after being landed.
During the night she suddenly careened to
ward shore, sunk, and pulled the steam
boat after her. The steamboat lays consid
erably over to the starboard, with about
one-third of her upper works in sight. She
was insured for $2,000 and valued at
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however uncleanly, would drink muddy,
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might be compared to a party of bathers
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The patient must keep the window of his
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the patient suffering from lung complaints
breathes consumptively. Uy taking these
precautions and using Dr. Tierce's "Golden
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Pellets, fullv one-half of the cases of lunff
complaints would be cured in six months
For cough and irritation of lungs do not
always indicate the presence of cousump
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and if consumption has already become
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Notice of Sale.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
By virtue of an order of the county court of Alex
ander county, in the statu of Illinois, made at the
May term thereof A. D., 1SW upon the petition of
the undersigned administrator of the cstato of
James Lawrence, deceased, against Narcissa Hazle
wood, Edward G. Huzlewood, Francis H. Law
rence. and others, I will on
TUESDAY, THE r.th DAY OF AUGUST, A. D.
at the hour of two o'clock p. m., of said
day. sell at pnbllc vendue at the southwest
erly door of the court house in 1 he city of Cairo,
county of Alexander and state of Illinois, all
the inttreei of the said Junies Lawrence, do
ceased in and totne following described real es
tate situated in caid county of Alexander and state
of Illinois, to-wit :
The southeast quarter of the southwest quarter
and southwen o.tiarter of tho southeast quarter of
eotion number thirty-three i33i in township num
ber fourteen (Hi south range two li) west : also the
northwest quarter of the nwrtheact Quarter of sec
tion number thirteen (13) in township number fif
teen (15) south range two west; also lot number
two 1 j in block nnmher oneUi in the town of San
du'ky iu said conntv of Alexander according to
the original plat of said town
Terms of Sale: One-third cash in hand on tho
day of sale, one-third to be paid in six mouths
and one-tbird in twelve mouths from tho day of
sale, the deferred payments to be secured by note
drawlug six per cent . 'intereM and a mortgage npon
the premises sold.
Cairo. Ills., June Hi ISM).
DMINISTRATOR'3 SALE OF REAL BS
Public notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
judgment and order of tne county court of Alexan
der county, llliuois. made and entered at the Juiy
term thereof, A. 1). l-o. in a cause wherein Jacob
Biggie, admluistrator of the estate of William M.
Atherton, deceased.! J'luintin". uud Juda Atberton,
Francis D Atherton. Thomas J Cruig. James M.
Craig. Ezaia Finch, Emma Craig, Alice Craig,
Mary Craig, .Maria J. lilv'g'.o, Frances M. Atherton,
HeiekanM. A'herton. Ruti'-cca J, Atturton. Lulu
J. Athert"U. William J. Atuertou. Ellen Young,
KlUahet'i A iciter. Eliza I Feeler. Jonn Godwin,
Jcie(h Godwin. Prince Young. sinitb Young,
James F. llntson. Fordlcv Ireland. Juniv P. Coil
aud Dniiiel Leuce. are defendant, lor the sale of
r.'ii etate to puv the debt of the said deceased
William .J. Atuertou. 1. the undersigned adminis
trator. Jacob Biggie, will on Tuursday, the Jtlth day
of August. A. D. is . at the hour of 10 o'clock a.
ui at the Depotof the Cuiro aud St. Louis rail
road company, at Hodge's I'nrk iu said county. pro
ceed to sell at ilil:,ic sale to the lilghei-t bidder the
following described real estate, namely:
The u w u w.of s 0, T 1. ti K 1 west; n w s w of
S i. T I5.SKS west; n e n e of t 30, T 15, S R
J west ; the nudivided 1 , of the s e n 0. 8 34. T 15.
S R i west ; and the nudivided one-fourth of the
following described tructs of iand. e'i u w l4 8 til,
T Hi, S R i wesi : u e s w of 8 81. T l'. S R li west :
n w e of 8 Jl, T M S It i wet : e s e of 8 15. T
It!. 8 R '.'west; all in Alexander county. Illinois,
aud the loilowing descried lots in Hodge'a Park
In snld Alexander toiintvt Lois No" , 4. and tiin
block 8; lot " in block 4'; lots No. si. 4 andft In
blocltr.; lots No. .'.4 audN In block ti; lots 8 and 10
block t: lots No. 4 aud it In block S; lot 8. block
14; iota No ,3. 5. 7 mid 9 In block 15; lot 0 block
lii: lots No 1,3 and 8 111 block 17; lot tl block lc;
lot 1 block 111: lot ! block '.n; lots No. I. 3. 5 and 7
In block 'Jl ; lot No. 4 au ti Iu block SW: lot No.
1 n, and 7 iu block;':); lot No i, 4 and in block
V.4: and lot 10 In block 11, for the purpose of pav
ing the debts of the entute ot said William M. Ath
ertou, deceased .
The terms of sale will be one-third cash down,
one third In lx mouth ai d one-third iu one year,
with notes, and also a mortgage on the the real
estate sold, ti secure the deterred tmvuients, and
the notes to draw interest at rate of tlx per cent,
per iinnnm. All sales for ten dollars or le to bo
paid down. JACOB HIGGLE,
Cairo. 111., July 17, lt0. Administrator.
Whereas. John P. Gamble and Eliza J.
lid bv their deed of trust bearing date
April '.'Tib. A. D. . 1H71. and recorded in tne record
er's office of Alexander county, Illinois, April th
A. D. 174. In hook "if of deeds, page one, etc..
convey tothe undersigned trustee, the following
described real estate situate In the City ol Cairn,
Comity of Alexander and 8tatn of Illinois, to-wit:
Lots one (li two c.M, three i:li, four (41, Ave (5). six
(Hi, seven (7), eight (), nine (til. aud ten (IU), In
block numbered elghtiK), iu the first addition tothe
Cltv of Calro.llllnols, in trust tosecire tbe payment
of n certain promissory note Iu said deed of trust
described; and whereas default has been made In
the piivmetil of said note, and said note remulus
long since past line and nnpaid;
Now, therefore, on application of the legal holder
tif sld note, notlco Is hereby given t hat tho nndor
siuned trustee will, on Saturday the 4th day of Sep
tember. A. I'., lHH'i at the door of the conrt hou
In said county of Alexander and State of Illinois,
at the hour of il o'clock p. in , of said day offer for
sale aud !! st pnbllc auction, to tbe highest bid
der, for cash, the above described lal estate to pay
and satisfy the amount of principal and Interest
due upon said note, WALTER UYNl.OP.
Cairo. Ills.. .Inly , WHO. . r Tru'toe.
Green Ji Gilbert, attorneys. '.: , . ''
. 1 1
In the Circuit Court, September Term 1880.
State of Illinois, County of Alexander ss. '
Sarah Burress I ,
v Vln Chancery Divorce
John T. Burress, t r
Affidavit that the said John T. Bnrres, defend
ant above named has gone out of the state of Illr
nols and that upon diligent inquiry his place of
residence cannot be ascertained, having been filed
in the office of the clerk of the said circuit court of
Alexander county, notice is hereby given to tho
said John T. Burress, that tho complainant here
tofore nled her hill of complaint tor divorce in ,
said nnrt on L Lpv tfcrnf. and' '
that a summons thereupon issued out of said court ---against
the said defendant returnable at the court
house in the said city f Cairo, In said connty of
Alexander on the third Monday ol September, A. ,
D. IssO, as isby law reqiiirer', which cause is not . ;
pending and undetermined in said rr.nrt.
JOHN A. REEVE, Clerk. V
Cairo. Jnlv lith. If St).
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL ES-"
Public notlco ia hereby given that by virtue of
Judgment and order of the county court of Alex
ander county, Illinois, made and entered at th
June term thereof, A. D., ltS0, in a cause wherein .
Eliza J. Twente, administratrix of the estate of
Alexander Twente, deceased, was plaintiff, and
Ida C. Twente. Amos A. Twente, Asa D. Twente,
Artur II. Twente, Ezra J. Twente, John H. Clark,
Franklin Hitt, and William Tolbert, were defend
ants, for the salo of real of real estate to pay tho
debts of the said Alexander Twente, deceased, I,
the undersigned administratrix as aforesaid, will,
on Wednesday, the ttth day of August. 18 at
Eleven o'clock a. m., at the front door of the court '
house in Cairo, in said Alexander county, proceed
'o sell at,public sale, to the hlghust bidder, tbe
following described real estate, iree and clear of
the dower of the undersigned as widow of the said
The undivided five-sixths C-6) of the southeast
finsrter of the northwest quarter, and of the,sonth
west quarter of the northwest quarter of section
twentv-flve CJi) in township fifteen, south range
Na three (3) west of the third principal meridian
in said Alexander county for the purpose of pay
luc the debts of said estate.
The terms of sale are, one-half cash down, and
tho balance In one year with note, and also mort
gage on the real estate sold to secure the deferred
payment: said note to bear Interest at the rate of
tlx per cent. ELIZA J. TWENTE,
Cairo, IU.. July 17, 1830. Administratrix.
IN tbe district court of the United States, for tho '
Southern district of Illinois, '
In lJaukruptcy, No. 14i.
Iu tbe matter of Ernest Reichart, Andreas Doll
and David M. Enowles, bankrepts,. Notice la
hereby given that a petition has been tiled in said
court ny said David -M. Knowles, late of Cairo. Ill
inois, now of Effingham, in the county of Effing-' ;
bam. in said district, duly declared bankrupt, uu
der the act of congress of March tid, 1M7. and tho
amendments thereto, for a discharge and certifl
cute thereof, from .all his debts and other claims)
provable under said act. aud that tbe Sth day of
Angnst. A. D. Isni, at eleven o'clock A. M.. is a-
signed for a bearing of the same by the said court
at the United States court roam in the city of .
Springfield, when and where all creditors of said
bankrupt, and all other persons In Interest may at
tend and show cause. If anv they have, why the
prayer of of said petiton should not begranted.
M. B. CONVERSE, Clerk.
Drown Young, attorney lor plaintiff, .
Dated at Springfield July 1st, A. D. IBM. ' ,
JOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
To tho heirs of Perry Powers, deceased, find all
Notice is herebyglvcn that I will, at the August
tirm of tbe county conrt of Alexander county in
the Statu of Illinois, to-wl: :On the Sixteenth day of
August, A. I), 180, file uiy dual account a auroln
lstmor. with tbe will aunexud, of tbeesiato of Per
ry Powet. deceased. In said court aud ask for a sot
tlenu'iit of the sine aud for a full and final dis
charge from all further liability a administrator
of said estate. GEORGE FISHER. .
Cairo, July 19, IPSO. Administrator.
A WEEK in !ur own town, and no '
capital risked. Yon can'g.ve the
business s, trial without expense.
The best opportunity ever oncred foe ,
those willing to work. You should ;
trv nn.hinir alsa till vnn ttfi for youv 'I
1 ilf what yon can do at tne business we oifer. No
time or only your spare time to the business, and
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Women make as ranch as men. Bond for special
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1 1 1 1 n . kuriii aim )inrili uiurp, wuitu wv uiau inv,
faontottroe, lion t complain 01 nara times wnn
you have such chance. Adarsss U. HALLETT s
CO.. Portland. Jlalne.
A cents ILIFE AND ADVENTURES
Th Noted Western OntlMrs, By Bo, t. , .'
Dacus. Ph. D. A trae and thrilling sccoant (lllss
trsted)of their bold operations for 18 ysars la st
dliters nt state and territories, biffilng dstctiv
and officials of the law. Best wiling bcok ot tan
year. 10 000 sold In thrto onths. SO erats lot
ouiut; il.Wfor int copy. Liberal ttrsas to
agents. . V THOMPSON i CO. PuhlWi, B-i
PlneBto, 8t. Louis, Mo. , . . -'. v.'':' ,'.
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