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CHICAGO COKSsEX CO.. llilcuo, III.
Gambetta as an Editor.
Gambetta was not a brilliant writer,
and lie never knew when to stop. It
is related that he would enter his edit
orial room, say, "I ahull want about
half a column to-night," and sitting
down, bo would begin to cover pago af
ter page with his close, cramped handwriting-
For so impetuous a man ho
wrote a curiously- stiff hand, and,
though his lingers "moved fast, their mo
tion was feverish and spasmodical. It
could never be said of him that he
"dashed ofT" any of his effusions; ho
rather jerked them off, swaying the up-
Jier part of his body ponderously to and
ro as ho wrote, and now and then col
lecting his thoughts by passing his largo
left hand rapidly through his hair.
Black coffee would bo brought him,
and ho would go on writing; then ho
would call for a bottle of lhirgundy,
and gulp down two or three glasses,
munching sweet biscuit afterward, or
sticks of chocolate in lieu of dinner.
The editor, who had been making al
lowances for half a column, would see
Garubetta's article overllow one column
after another, washing away all other
articles and notes, till it spread liko an
inundation over the entire front page of
the paper. Then with a hearty "Oh,"
the French exclamation of relief, ho
would throw down his pen and Bay,
"There, I think those few lines will
state our case plainly; what! do thoy
really run to five columns? Sacrcblcu!
it seemed to me as if I had only been
writing ten minutes!" and upon this he
wonld break into a laugh that resound
ed all over the office.
A Woman's Eevenge.
The mother of a young Baltimore
merchant of great ealth, married to a
beautiful wife, had hor mind much dis
turbed at the moment of her great ela
tion over the birth of a red-haired,
handsome, dimpled gmndson by the re
ceipt of the following letter: "Your
son's wife is a nigger. He married a
nigger. I am her grandmother, and
am w hat they call a mulatto. You
would think she is white like you folks,
but she ain't. If you don't believe mo
come and see me. I send my address."
She proceeded to investigate the case
and found the statement true. Con
fronting the. wife with the proofs, the
wife voufeM'd to her husband that there
was a slight drop of African blood in
tier veins, Her grandmother was a mu
latto; her grandfather white; so was he:
father. The trratidmother was addicted
to (rambling, and had, under threat of
exposing her, obtained large sums from
t ne young wne, winch were spent in low
dives and policy shops. Harassed bv
tho reproaches of her husband for
pending so much more nioncv than
she could account for, the granddaugh
ter reiuseu io lurnisn tin; old woman
..;. ...... .. , .
Willi 11 in more I IK s. IIkv r,.vi.i,,rri
was tiie letter written to the husbamf's
mother, who had originally opposed tho
uusnanti s enoice, as uw girl was cm
ployed in a fashionable clove establish
nient, and was of unknown antecedent,
The husband is inclined to stand b his
wife, but his mother insists on hi )
ginning n suit for divorce. The mar
riage, however, is legal.
A woman in Wheeling, W. Va.. fell
fift v-five feet from a bridire, crushed
through the ice that covered the river
beneath and would have drowned but
for the gallantry of a male spectator,
There is no information at hand to how
that she aid "Thank you."
Answkk this. Is thcie a person living
wuo ever saw a case ot ague, billiouancM,
ncrvousDe.BR, or neuralgia., or any dimtane of
me aiomacu, nver, or Kidney tuat Hop
6as no ua H
Jl fplfiNXL BAKING TCWDE toJ
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Johnny and the Governor.
Tho Legislature is in session now, and
Fiz7.1otopr8 boy Johnny spends a great
deal nf his time over at tho napitol talk
ing to soloiis, with whom ho is quite a
favorite, until ho knows almost as much
about running tho government as they
do. At homo, Johnny's talk is full of
quaint legislative expressions that tho
rest of tho family cannot understand,
and, moreover, he has learned to swoar,
a thing ho never did before until ho bo
canio familiar w ith hoIoiis.
A few days ago his legislative knowl
edge cropped out on tho occasion of his
going to tho door when tho family pas
tor called to obtain a subscription for
an orphan asylum. In reply to tho pas
tor's request to inform Johnny's father
that a gentleman was hero to see him,
"The governor cannot roo you ut
present. Ho is busily engngod with tho
affairs of State. Ho is attending to some
measures of internal improvement,"
"What do you say he is doing?"
"Attending to internal improvements,
filing away batter cakes at tlio breakfast
"I want you to tell your father I de
siro to seo him about his subscription to
that orphan asylum."
Johnny shook his head depreeating
ly, and said:
"It will lie of no uso for you to intro
duce that bill, .'arson, for I tell you can
didly 1 shall uso mv inlliience to kill it
off in tho Senate. "It will never reach
the governor at all. It is unconstitution
al to use tho money of the people to re
lieve orphans. It will open a door to
fraud and corruption. What security
have we legislators got that you your
self are not the orphan who expects to
be relieved? You had better retire your
bill, Parson, At any rate, I close,"
and he closed the door in tho dazed
When Johnny returned to tho break
fast table, Col.'Fizzletop asked Johnny
to whom he had been talking. Johnny
replied that it. was l'arson Smith, but
that lie had sat down upon him in the
committee room, and he would not turn
up again this session..
"Johnny," said Col. Fizzlctop, " I
want you to keep out of that capitol.
Since you have been running with those
lcgislaWs you talk like a fool, but I
know a remedy for you."
Johnny sauntered off, remarking
that he was opposed to all class and
special legislation, that there had been
too much of it already in that family.
Johnny's experiences at school were
very discouraging to our incipient legis
lators. When the teacher called him
out to say his lesson, lie arose in his
seat and moved to refer thy whole mat
ter to the committee on .sponges and
lead pencils, The teacher asked him
what he meant by that foolishness.
"Sir, language' has been used bv you
in the liont "f debate," replied Johnny,
thrusting ouu hand inside of his vest,
and holding his nose up in the air,
"language has been used that is unbe
coming a gentleman."
When tho teacher got through drag
ging him over the benches, Johnny went
home very indignant to see the gover
nor about it.
Tho governor was not in, but John
ny's mother told him that his father left
word for him to clean up tho yard
Johnny laughed scornfully:
"I la, another message from the go?
ernor: L Deiievo me sago oi aeguiu
imagines he can run this legislature.
He will know better after a while."
When Johnny's father canio home,
tho first tiling he wanted to know was
why tho vard was not cleaned up.
Johnny gave the old man sonic racket
about the governor having no right to
usurp legislative functions, when the
old man reached out and mado a sue
cessful motion to lay Johnny on tho ta
ble. "There," said Col. Fizzlotop, as la
threw away tho broken piece of a boil
slat, "I snail make uso of that vck
whenever I think you need it."
Johnny has retired to tho shades o(
private life, and onco more enjoys tin
respect of his family and friends.
Hxax btj lings.
An Essay in a Street Oar.
She had been reading an essay some
where and was going homo on a street
car, accompanied by a miss, a middle
aged damo and two youths. There
were a dozen other passengers in the
car who were not aware that sho had
been reading an essay, and sho deter
mined to enlighten them, so in a half
pitchod voice that could have been
heard for blocks, she nereamod:
"Oh, dear! You don't know how irlad
I was when I finished reading my essay.
I was really quito nervous, I assure
you, for there were thirteen whole pa
ges oi u. i actually sat up all night to
""w i", xt a n Lcnioiy trying position
to get un before a cultured audience
and read an original essay of that
length. How did 1 do?"
Dame "Just splendid."
First youth "Never saw you do bet
Second youth "Quito well."
She (in a tone of astonishment and
disgust, with calliope power) "Quite
well!" (With scorn) "Perhaps you
think you could do better?" (Beseech
ingly,) "You were out among the aud
ience. Now do, ple-usc, tell mo what
they said about me!"
Second youth "Some of them criti
cised your enunciation."
(A smile all around by the other pas
sengers.) She (with great worn) -"Oh, they
did, ehl The mean things!"
lie "Then some of them thought
your strictures on Dickens were unjust."
Shc-"Vell, 1 never liked Dickens,
anyway. His characters are all over
drawn and unnatural."
He-"Perhaps you prefer Thack
She-(with a sniff of disdnin)-"Tlmck
erayt Thackeray!! Who wa$ Thacker
ay, anyway! 'lhackeray wa'n't no
body!" And those of the deafened passenuers
who hadn't already got off the car to
walk home, went out and rodo on tho
piauorin.-wrort Free I'm.
The condition of Russia, according to
the" St. Petersburg!) correspondent of
the New York Htm, is chaotic. Ho
thinks that the eniplro U rapidly going
CAIRO BDLLETIN: SATURDAY MORNI.W, MARCH IT, 1888.
Two or threo days !ago nn individual
with a voico liko the crating of a tile,
and a gift of gab which took tho cake,
halted a policeman, says the Free 1'rexn;
on Michigan avenue and wanted help to
find his wife, who had run,awav from
him in "Ohio, taking tho threo "children,
and was suptiosed to bo In Detroit. As
luck would havo it, tho woman walked
along on the opposite side of the street
as tho men stood talking, and the hus
band no sooner caught sight of her than
he dashed through the slush and halted
her willi tho exclamation:
"Traitoress, I have found you at last!
Give me one sassy word, and I'll send
you to State Prison for life!"
Sho didn't seem greatly paralyzed by
tho meeting. On the contrary, . sho
waited until tho officer came up, and
then coolly asked:
"Were you looking for me?"
"Well, your husband says you ran
away from homo."
"Taking all my money and my dear
children!" added tho husband.
"See here, Smiley Johnson," said tho
woman as' she leaned up against a bill
board, "who paid for our marriage li
cense?" "Well, I you you happened to pay
"Who bought your wedding clothes?"
"You did, but I was to pay you
"Have you earned a dollar since we
were married?" she continued.
"Haven't I been working on a patent
right every blessed day? ho asked in
"Ami thoso dear children you refer to
whose are they? Didn't I havo them
when we were married?"
"I I believe you did."
"And wasn't tho home which I left
"I expect it was."
"And wasn't tho money I brought
along all mine?'.'
"Probably it was."
"Well, then, where is your case?"
"I can't see it," added the officer.
"Hanner," replied the man. as he
worked a tremor into his voice, "I
hain't got no legal hold on ye, but mor
ally you are bound to go back homo
with no, and hold on till Spring. Han
ner, lot's make up?"
"Hanner, the sight of you has aroused
all my. love!"
"Keep right away or I'll upset you!"
Sho reached out and seized his collar
and gave him a spin which landed him
against a telegraph pole, and with a
good-dav bow to the officer walked off.
"You'd better drop that and hunt for
a job with a snow-shovel," suggested
tho guardian as tho man stood looking
after tho retreating figure.
"I'll have to, but it's tuff tuff tuff,
was the reply, as the man straightened
he reply, s
"I tell ye,
up. "l tell ye, mv tnend when a bus
band has been fed and clothed for ton
months right straight along without a
kick, it's an awful thing to turn him
loose in the middle of a hard winter
without even a certificate of character
to help him pull through."
At Thirty Bolow On The Potomao Flats.
Mr. Clinton Snowden, the well
known ex-miner of Colorado, has been
managing editor of the Washington
Republican for about ten days. He
started in pretty chipper-like, and one
of the tirst characters ho banked on
was Mr. Trenholm, of South Carolina,
a long-haired, wjld-eyed person, who
had been in the habit of killing a man
every full of the moon and eating a
"niggah blood-raw every morning be
fore breakfast: ' This Mr. Trenholm
did not fancy Mr. Snowden's humor
ous paragraphs, and one day last week
he stepped into Air. bnowden s olliee
with a desperate look on his face and a
card in his nand.
"Did you writo that piece?" demand
ed Mr. Trenholm, In a fierce stage
"We are not in tho habit of dlsclos-
nc the aiithorshio of anvthiner that an-
miura tn mi- rtanai1 " ,-nriiifwl Mr KnriW.
ucn, in the tone of a man that was pre
pared to die, "but I am responsible for
"ihen, sir," hissed Mr. urennoim,
throwing his card down on Mr. Snow
den's desk, "then sir, meet mo this
evening at 4 o'clock on the Potomac
flats, and, sir, come prepared for
bloody work for bloody work sir!"
Strange to rolato, Mr. Snowden did
not appear to be thrilled by this extra
ordinary demand. He turned calmly
to Frank Hatton, who was sitting close
by, and, "Frank," says he, "how's the
weather out to-day?"
"Oh, so, so, replied Mr. liatton.
"I mean to ask how is tho thermome
ter, said Mr. Snowden.
Well," observed Mr. Hatton, "I
should say It was , about sixty-five
Ah, I feared so," remarked Mr.
Snowden, with a sigh, and then turn
ing to Mr. Trenholm, who was still
quivering with passion, ho said sadly:
"I am very sorry, my dear sir, that
this Is not a cold enough day to meet
you or any other gentleman on the Po-
lomac uai.s. At any time wnen tno
mercury gets down about thirty degrees
nciow zero and tlio wind is blowing
hard and the snow is falling fast, I shall
bo happy to accommodate you."
"What sort of an ice-hearted Swede
have you got for an editor?" inquired
Mr. 1 renholm of tho janitor as he passi
ed down tho hall into tho street. Eu
gene Field in Denver Tribune.
The JutiWa Aflvinn.
'Kitua tiAtil n nnlr.MA.l . 1 -
inrinir nn nlTinn uml o.l.l... i..,t
gulshed judge, "I wanter git a pint.
Now yerse'f is quito a olo man an' so is
I. Kf you was cumin' down the street
an a boy was ter run along an' nag at
yer, what would yer do?"
T Uri-iiilfl ,1ak.,u ...til. t .
. nwuin iisumn wifcli 01 Hi,
"An' den cf he didn't nuit
- I.J J.nil '
wuuiu j er uor
"I think that I should be tempted
oWflllld Vil jinr, 1,!,., l.. llil
.. ,,,,,, inU.Jr
"Yes, I should make his ears rimr
Tint1. U'hil I il !. . . P
..,. . ..vim p uuw, nn i m
glad dat no comparisou ob our minds
hidge, shows up so much of a favomess
I ulumtiiil itiit. lwiv lill T K..I I. ., ,
I slapped dat boy till I hot hed (Hit!
nutlnn' but bells. Much oblcofei
but bellS. Mlteh Olileeirmt
UU ClllliptU 1.1'Ml.
"Whoso boy did you slap?
JU II 1 "
"Your boy, sah," and he hurried
4tUl tlin fiUim tilt til A InrlrvM - ...f.L.
avu tiv a vi u aw via jliurj Willi
indignation ami begun a search which
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Nor Tlironl. NhHIIiiijs. Nmliim ItruUra,
Kuril. Nciilita. t'ruxl II I lea,
J Ml ALL IIIHUi Illimi.V I'AISH AM) AIIIKM.
Soil b; UrumiWU ami liinlar, avi-rrohprt. Fitly Cull a bulUa.
Ilirivllonf lu II Lbiihuk,,
Till. ( II Wf I.KH A. VOMKI.F.It O.
(Shwmk w A. VUUI.U.H 4 00.) Ualllaun, JU 1.8, 1,
A Kara Opening.
Tho other day, a man who had prob
ably seen better days, entered tho office
of a capitalist on New street, New York,
and desired a private interview with
the proprietor. When they were closet
ed together, ho stated that ho was tho
author of a drama, entitled: "Three
Days in a Swamp," and ho was alxmt
organizing a company to take tho road
and play through the country towns in
tho spring. He wanted some ono to
advance him $2,500 and take a half-interest
in the profits, which would be at
"Kxcuse me, but I do not care fo go
into such a speculation," observed the
"You can act as treasurer, and handle
all the funds."
"Yes, but I can't leave here."
"You can send your son or a friend."
"No, I cannot go into it."
"I'll advertise your name on tho
bill," pleaded the author.
"I'll sav two-thirds of tho profits."
The author walked up and down a
moment, while contending with a great
mental struggle, and then he made a
last appeal, saying:
"Of course, the part of the hero was
reserved for myself, but if you'll go h
with me you can play 'Sligo,' tho
'Swamp-Cat,' and I'll bo satisfied with
second old man: it's hard to corner mo
this way, but I'll have to bend to cir
cumstances." A Tender Suggestion.
"I will not betray auv personal exper
ience," says Clara Helle, in narrating
the story of her efforts on roller-skates
"further than to say that I have a pain
ful recollection of suddenly pointing at
tiie north star with one toe, and shak
ing the other with scorn at the man in
the moon, while I sat down on the ice
with great breath and a duller thud than
ever a newspaper reporter heard when
the rope was cut at a hanging. I car
ried myself to a bench on a metaphori
cal litter, and slowly regained the power
of free locomotion. I became inventive
at once, and in my mind drew the speci
fication for a rubber air-cushion, to take
the place of an ordinary bustle, thus
combining utility and comfort for tho
Dr. Marion Sims declares that Horace
Greeley suffered from "acute meningit
is, or oerehro-spinal meningitis," in his
last illues-j, and "should no more havo
liecn sent to an insane, asylum for treat
ment than a typhoid feve'r patient with
All Extraordinary Case.
AnHln. Ti ia. Feb. 20th. 1S80.
Toilr. J. V. Graham, Dnigulct:
Dear Sir My cami win an acute form of hron.h
Ui, and was of one and a half year's duration. I
employed the beat medical aid uo.lble, bat failed
rapidly mi II the doctor aai I would die that
my caw) waa Incurable. Thrown uiion my own re-
aource, I isot a bottle of Dr. Wm. ii&lri llalaam
mr the Luiius, and lu atx bourn felt a docldud relief.
In three day the couch aiiuost disappeared. Now
that my chance of life aro uood for many year, I
earnestly recommend the above to cvnry .nfferer.nf
lmiR or throat di"eafe. C. O. LATHKUi'.
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you up from the lint dose but will never intoxicate.
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' CAUTION !-R(ull uMtuM. Parktr'iGlDfW Toule U
CCTiipoutl ot tbt Wit rt mnliil aenU In tht world, tui Unliraly
ditT. rmt from prrpivatiWKif KMirlont. gtij for elmilar W
HUcoi Jt Co., N, Y. Me. 4 (I nm, t dnln In driifl,
CIIEAT BAVINO Bl'YINQ DOLLAR giw.
Its nch and luuug Ir.icrnnce ha made this
delightful pertume exceedingly popular. There
is Both lux like it. lntut uion having Flokus
ton Couk;nk and look tor signature of
n mrf kotlU. Any dnjorlrt or dr la MrfiuMr
eu inpply rno. ii wit lb cm '
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Nashville, l'aluoah & Cairo Packet.
The elegant and palallnl steamer
B. S. RHEA,
J. 8. TVN'KK
Leaves Cairo every Monday at t p. m. for Jsh
ville. Nashville, Paducuh & Cairo U. S. Mall
W. II. CHERRY,
JOLLV LI A It U ..
Leaves this port every Wednesday at 4 p. m. for
BEFORE -AND -AFTER
Electric Appliances ars sent on 30 Days' Trial..
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
WHO are sultirlnif frooi Naitrocs 1'smLiTT,
Lout Vitality, l.tr k or Nkiivi Fob a .an
Tioon. Wastiho Wkaxskaxkii. an, lull tho. ,ll.i ,
of a Plk.sohAL N ATI us r,-uJtiuK friun Ahi li:t and
Onisa c'Arsr.8.' aiw,ly r-li, t nl conpl, u- rt,)
ration of iikai.th.Miiiiii M ivii,w.i,(ii-itA vtkkd.
The ifraniii-iit illjoovt-ry of the Nmeterutli Cntnrr.
Send ulonco for llluntruWj riuiihlet free. A'Mrua.
VOLTAIC BELT CO., MARSHALL, MICH.
"f"v f- ffinut, lifo is sweeping by, go
If I) jl f I land dare betore yeu die, somu
"C ti ,1(4 I thlnu mighty and sublime
I ll IWll I leave behind toconqilertlme."
? a week lu your own town .
Five Dollar out tit free. No
risk. Everything new, Capital not required. We
will furnish you everything. .Many are m-iking
fortunes. Ladles make as much as men and buys
and (rlrls make Rrent pay Header, if you want
business at which yo.t can make great pay all the
time, writo for parilcnlurs to II. llALLKTr CO
City Ci.rhk's Omi t, I
Caiiio, ill., March I4tu. 1881. (
Puh'.lc nuttco Is hereby Kivenlbal on Tnend ay the
17th day of April, A. D. 1B3, a gemiral election
will be held tn tho cl y of Cairo, county of Alexan
der, stato of Illinois, for the election of the follow
ing named olllcers. viji : A mayor, city clerk, city
treasurer, city attorney and ouu alderman trotii
each of the live wards of the city. For thu pur
pose of said clecilou polls will be opened at the
following named places, viz: In the Klrst ward, at
the enRinu bmiKe of I lie Arab fire company; In the
Ho-.ond ward, at tho engine house of the liouh
nnd Keaily lire company; In thu Third war-1, it Hut
engine hoii-e f the littieriiian fire enmpanv; In
the Fourth ward, ut the court hoiiic; m thu Ktflh
ward, tit iho i n.'ine hoiisn of the Anchor tire com
pany. Siild election will he opened nr. elifht.
ic'ook In the inoriilni! and continue opened ntitil
seven iiV.Iik k in the utter, -con ot aiinio ,-av
Ily order or the city coiin. il. D. J. KOLSY,
. .. vf
o. DR. (7
IS MAN rjFACTUKHD DY
FSSH BEOS. Qi CO.,
WE MAKE BYBIIY VARIHTY OF
Farm, Freight and Spring Wagons,
v.. ,ni ,.i.. .irinti ta one class of work; by employing none tint thn X3ot
And by contlnlnu ourselves strictly to one class
lusuy earneu mu ruiuinuu m iuuiub mm . .
"THE BEST WAGON ON WHEELS."
Manufactu JoTs havo ahot.shnd thfl warranty, botAffenU may, on their own rospoii.lbllUy, .Ivo
the followlns warranty with each wagon, If so agreod i
; We Hereby VMrnt tbo YISU BH08. WAGON y,';,
o ?rtT.S mmmRiT r,11' pali ,n CMU by th purchMur p,oUaclng
"i tampleol tu broken or afooUv parU an vldeneo.
: Knowing w. .an .alt ton, w. XSSWrSSt' BMd
AKE OF EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE. S
Noti 8INULK INSTANCE ON liKCOUD Id the !
, pai years wnere one of
lias been broken open by burglars and robbed. f
Hall's Standard Patent Fire-Proof
Have NEVER FAILED to
PRESFRVE -their. COX
it m well-known fact tht there is NO SAFE
made in the world THATOIVKH AS (ll;KAT 8K
CUUITY AS 1 11 K HALL'S SAKE.
They always protect tiielr contents.
, Persons havlnjr Valuable Mioultl not
be without a Hall's Safe.
Hall's Safe & Lock Co.
JOSKril I j. IIA1M,, Pridnt.
CINCINNATI, NEW YoKK, ClIK'AOO.
LoUISVILLK, SAN FUANCISCO,
ST. LOL'IS, CLKVKLANI).
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT M
poritlTly prevent this terrtlile din-, anil will posi
tively care nine eiue. ont of ten. Infumetti'-n that
will Bar. many llni,-nt free by mail, lion't dHnv a
moment. ITeventlmi . ivtt.-r than rum. I. H. JollN.
ROM A 0O., H'lHTOV. MASS., f,nn.-rlv TUnoor, an,
tW I'aJUKjK lTnATlTa ItLUi make new ri, b blutni.
Mats of Illinois,
1 t'lrcull Court of Alex
s ander coiintv. Indian-
county oi Alexander i cerr
.... . 1
Wll le Maud Perkins
Ilinrv T. Jackson and Arra Jnc.on.
' l'abllc Dotice Is herobv iiiven, that, in pursuance
of a decree made and unlered by sai-i court tn thu
above entitled cause, on the Hh day of October,
A. I). lH-, I, Aletau'lr 11. Irviri. mtster In chan
cery ol the said cir utt court of Alexander connty,
WEDNESDAY, TUB 2STiI DAY OF MAKCII,
at the hour of 11 o'e'exk tn the
forenoon, at the southwesterly door
of the court bouse, in the city ol Cat 'O, county of
Alexander, and state of Illinois, sell at public auc
tion to the highest and best bidder, for cash, all
and.alnirilar, the following described premiss and
real eMate in said decree mentioned, situate In said
county of Alexander and s ale of Illinois,
or so much thereof as shall be siitlielent to satisfy
said decree, to-wlt: Southeast q larter of the
northwest quarterof section No. fourili, in twn
ship No. seventeen (17), south and in rangetwo
It), went of the third principal meredlau
Dated, Cairo, III., March Mh. Ivh.)
AI.KX. !l. IRVIN.
Master in Chancery.
S. P. Wheeler, Complatoant'a houcllor-
rjAX FCKCRASKK'S NOTICE.
To John Fordyce, Albert O. I'hllllps. Thomas Far
ley and Michael Lazare, or ant other person or
You are l.erehy notified that at a sale of real es
tate, in the county of Alexander and stue of 11 1
mils, held by the county collector "f said county,
at the southwest r r door of the rourt house in thu
city of Cairo, tn stld county and state, on 'he 21 h
dayolJuoe.A. L). Is8l, Martin Ilrown purchased
the fnllowlfiK described real est ate, hereinafter
described. sltuat-d in tho county of
Alexander and statu of Illinois, for the
tuxes due and nnpald thereon for the several years
as below set forth, together with penalties and
costs due thereon, said real estate beinif, taxed in
the name of the persona respectively, is below
set forth, to-wlt:
And that the time allowed by law for tho
demotion of said real esiato will expire ou
i-llli day of June, A. I ll.
MVUTTN, H'tOA'N'. Purchase
Calrj, I Is., March iSih.A.I) lsn.
of wo'ft by
MAfMilVIJUV and thu VI5KY
Amcr win not cure i