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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 3, I8S3.
CUSAP EXCCIIBION HATM KVKHT DAT DOR
INO TUB BUMMKh TO SANTA TB, WKW
Santa Fo, New Mexico, is the oldest city
in tbe Uaittxl State. It reached the
end of its first third of a thousand years
iu teriiunilenul period. The Tcrtio-M.il-lennial
Celebration and Mining and Indus
trial Exposition, which will bo inaugurated
there on the 2d of July and close on the 3d
of Autfuitj! will be an event of great histo
rical as 'fci'U 'as practical' importance to the
country at Tare. It is intended to com
memorate the three hundred and thirty
third anniversary f the Spanish settlement
of the place.
' TUB EXPOSITION,
Which will conatitute the practical part of
the celebration, will bo an epitome of the
mineral, agricultural, horticultural, stock
and gcueral industrial resources and capa
bilities of the Territory. Those, therefore,
who are interested in either ininiut', agri
culture orstock-raisiug will have a good op
portunity to visit New Mexico this season,
as the low faro will be a great inducement
to make the trip. The development of the
mines of this vast region has but begun,
yet iu the pant year the proportionate in
crease in the output of ore was greater than
in any oilier State or Territory. New Mex
ico's showing at the mining exposition held
at Denver last season showed, more clearly
than auything else, the vastness of its min
It 1ms been the general belief heretofore
that agriculture in New Mexico would not
pa). This is an uufortunate error. At the
exposition will be seen camples of all sorts
of fruits and field products which vie with
those of prolific KansaB. With irrigation
the soil of the Territory can be made to
yield immensely, and there is no pursuit
more remunerative than that of farming.
Agricultural products, of all kinds, bring
high prices upon a ready market, always
accessible in the growing mining towns,
and the cost of raising is comparatively
small. As a cattle and sheep country, too,
New Mexico cannot be" surpassed. Her
valleys and mesas afford fine grazing
grounds for countless herds. A3 the cele
bration at Santa Fo will bo the means of
drawing a larger number of people into the
Territory than usual, owing to the cheap
fare, an opportunity will be offered those
who may be interested in stock-raising
Besides the practical, the Tertio-Millenial
will embrace many features the most novel
and romantic. For instance, throe days
the 18th, 19th, and 20th of July will be
devoted to the presentation of historic
scenes. These will represeut the period
which has transpired since the settlement
of the city, each day to represent a century
of history and progress. The three civili
zations will also be represented that
which existed at the time of the coming of
the conqueror, that which the Spaniards
brought with them and that which followed
the American occupation of 1846. These
representations will be illustrated by caval
cades in costume, indicative of the eevoral
distinctive expeditions into New Mexico
and the surrounding territory. There will
also be numerous tableaux, th,e whole com
bining to make one of the most novel and
interesting exhibitions ever witnessed in
this country. There will, in addition, be
various Indian games, races and dances by
the Pueblos, descendants of the ancient in
habitants of the Territory; ambuscades and
sham fights by the Zunis, with exhibitions
of their peculiar rites and ceremonies, one
of which will ho a primitive dance repre
senting the gods and heroes of their folk
lore mythology; native Mexican games,
dances and juggling; original Aztec dances,
in which both Mexicans and Indians will
take part; various Mexican sports and the
grand fandango; war and other peculiar
dances , by the Mcscalero and
Jicarilla Apaches; exhibitions by 'Mexican
vacquefos - in ' throwing' the lariat;
a mounted 'tournament, in -costumes
of v threo centuries Bgo;
the San Domingo and Sandia feasts; and
other poculiar and interesting ceremonies
which would take much space and time to
note. ' ' ' . - 'V
. ' : 'hound tut r flO. " '
The nte for the roudd trip from Kansas
City and Atchison, iocluding Btop-ofT both
ways at the Las Vegas Hot Springs, is only
$10, while the tare from all eastern poins
is comparatively low. The Las Vegas Uot
Springs are among the most celebrated in
the world, and a cool and comlortablo re
sort for the hot sason. There is every in
ducemcnt to go to New Mexico this sum
mer anl it will be taken advantage of by
thousands who will improve this opportun
ity to study, under the best possible con
ditions, the resources of thu Territory and
investment, and aluo to enjoy for the time
the moat quaint and romatic spot in all our
country. It is an opportunity to see the
Southwest the coming country which
ought not to be lost by any who havo any
ambition to avail themselves of the un
equalled advantages there offered for en
gaging in mining, agriculture, fruit grow
ing, stock raising, or merchandise. These
low rato tickets over the Atchison, Toprka
& Santa Fe road are now on sale at Cairo
and all prjucipal ticket offices, good to re
turn till August 81st. 627 15el
To Tbe West.
There aro a number ot routes leading to
xne aixive-menuonou Beclion, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over tbe Missouri I'ltciflc Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leavun
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
finest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia "onnoct with express trains of all
At. Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, uot only fust time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
aoeuery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send fur
Illustrated maps, pamphlets, Ac, of this
line, which will bo mailed free.
C. U. Kihnan, F. Chandler,
Ass't Uen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
0. T. Marks, Chicago, Ills., says: "I
have used Brown's Iron Hitters, as a tonic,
and find it to the best blood purifier that I
Tlic Daily Bulletin.
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, K.A. BURNETT.
Pnbljahor and Proprietor.
The Limo-Kiln Olub.
As soon as Pickles Smith h:id coasml
coughing iu thnt mournful way pcculinr
to himself, and Trustee Pullback had got
through disputing with Samuel Shin
about the age of Judas Iscariot, the tri
angle sounded and Hrother Gardner
aroso and said:
"Death has onco more invaded out
ranks. I yesterday received a leltei
containin' de infonnashiiri ilat HrombiH
tus Do Witt, an honorary member of dig
club, resitlm' at Rowling (jreeti, State
of Koutuuky, had expired from airth
awav. Has any member anything to
Judge Cadaver offered a resolution ol
sympathy fr the bereavod widow and
Syntax Johnson moved that Paradise
Hall be draped in mourning for the
space of sixtv days.
The Rev. Penstock moved that what
was tho Lime-Kiln Club's loss was the
deceased brother's eternal gain.
Buckingham Jones suggested that the
club contribute tho sum of $5,000 to
wards a monument with an angel
perched on top.
"Gem'len," said the President, as he
waved them down, "I knew Rromhus
tua well. In fack, ho am de only man
who ebber stole my dog. Ho has eaten
at my house, an' I has slept in his an'
tooken breakfast at de nighest second
class hotel. We' shall adopt a skedule
about as follows: 'We am grieved dat
Brombustus has' passed away, but
would he have amounted to shucks had
' ' 'He was kind to de poor, but he stolt
chickens from de rich.
"-'He was honest an' upright, but he
nebber had a chanco to trade bosses oi
beat a street k'yar company?
" 'He had many virtues, but dey wai
offset by many vices. While ho would
have'stnblishcd an orfan asylum if 1'
had de money to do it, ho invariably
tried to pay his dues will trade dollars
or counterfeit halves.
" 'Whildwu hope he am better off, we
shau' be ober anxious to impair' fur him
when we reach de nex' world.'
"Gem'lin, Brombustus DeWitt was an
average man. He libed in do average
way, mixin' de good and de bad till you
couliJn t alius tell wheiler to tin him
loanin' ober do front gait or lyin' on de
grass bchin' de ba'n. He had his good
an' his bad streaks, an' wo shan't praise
do fust an' conceal do las'. If ho am
better off we am glad on't. If he has
gone to any wuss country dan dis it am
our solemn dooty to feel as sorry as we
know how. Any resolushuns mensliun
in' his wife an' chill'cn am so much talk
frown away, fur ho was too lazy to sup
port a wife an' consequently' nebber got
mar'd. We will hang a cheap piece o'
crape on do doah, an' forgive him de six
shillin' dues ho pwod de dub."
A Brave Woman.
Tho Boaujou Hospital at Paris has
just witnessed a most interesting casts
of transfusion of blood, which will prob
ably result in cure. Dr. Sabbo had in
his employ a woman who was harassed
with a fatty tumor on the neck, which
weighod nearly eight pounds. Tired of
living in tho constant dread of such an
affliction, tho woman determined to havo
it cut out or die under tho operation.
Dr. Sabbo at first refused to entcrtaiu
the thought of performing the difficult,
if not impossible, feat, but persuaded
by tlio wonian'Rentreaties and the threat
that she would take her life if refused,
he undertook tho operation, which ho
performed at the hospital clinic in tho
presence of a number of students.
The courageous woman marched into
the ainpitheuler without a quiver and
jdaeed herself ou a couch, where an
ana'sthetic was administered to the
willing patient. After working a half
hour the ablation was successfully per
formed, and a salvo of plaudits greeted
the surgeon for the skill that lie had
displayed. About sixty "artery catch
ers ' held tho principal vessels of the
neck, whilst a full view of the carotid
artery could bo obtained ns it throbbed
.somewhat irregularly. The life of tho
patient, however, was for a time in great
danger on account of tho necessary loss
of blood attendant on such an operation,
and to save the patient's life tho doctor
was compelled to resort to tho method
A young and vigorous student named
Leoomte offered himself to save the fitst
ebhing life, and his arm was uncovered.'
By tho useof the apparatus of Dr. Rous
seil, of Geneva, which operates the trans
fusion of blood without contract with
tho air, 310 grammes of blood wero in
jected into the dying woman's body.
Shortly afterward a spasmodic move
ment and a slight coloration of tho
cheeks showed how effective the remedy
This method is somowluit unusual, as,
during the last few years, transfusion
was operated afler the blood from tho
healthy body had been beaten to detach
the librine, consequently tho injected
blood was not only imperfect, but the
operation was alik'o dangerous to tho
two patients. The patient is progress
ing favorably, and. thanks to the' gen
erous devotion of M. Lecomtfl, sho will
live to bless tho day when her bravery
led her to demand tho exerelse of Dr.
Nabbe's skill. From a 1'uris Utter to
the rhiktdelphia Press.
Tacks are made at the rate of 1,000 a
miuute. That's the reason there are so
many cf tbera around on thu floor of a
bedroom when a married man gels up
'o hunt for the paragorio bottle.
The Monkey Barber Talks NouseimOi
"Hullo! Yohnnnes," said tho assistant
of tho German barber noaf tho Coopei
Institute on Friday, ns tho reporter cam
in to get shaved, "I got an idea you ha!
der combination uf dor doorhantle for
godden already. Also, I tos t-soared
dor olt man dalked dean troo ronr head
. a bole lasd dime you vos here. He hal
vent nome. i ton u know If. he got a
leedle someding he vood like to abend a
day dalking apowd mi his vife, or if he
'choost vants to gif his chaw a rest und
praceup for der Saturday rush of tirade
, "He can dalk choost so steady like a
vintmill goes rouut, und he browides
bis own wint pesldes. He peats my
Duesday night girl owitsite in und dot's
high braise tii nim, und don't you for
bid somedings. Dotgall fills a pig lamp
fresh, so soon vat 1 come effery Dues
day night, und dalks dill der oil is
purned avay. 1 haf been sex veeks to
seo bar already, und der only vorts
more as 'yes' und 'ho' vich I haf yet got
a shance to said is, 'Clementina, do you
dink you ca tiuish on cier lamp from
dor hall?' ;
"Und dot prakes her right ttvay up,
pceause she knows it dakes der gondents
of dot hall lamp toligud der place vhilo
she been saying goot nighd. Her olt
man's a bluinmor, und hes got to haf a
bardner to make der bills owid. Dot
is der bardickler goot boint apowd
"Py Chimaneddy! If it vosa't for me
der poss vould got only von gusd'.mer
dot's a deaf man, vicu can'd soe his
ears owid. He vouldn't durable to iny
iling unless dor elefated railrote fol. on
dop of him; All vot der resd of der
gusdimers come for is on accounJ I
now enough tokecb my mout shut: ox
cabling if a fresh feller comes in, I d.Uk
him sdone plind to safe my own life.
"Scddling a new goundry in is chcost
dor same as if a man should owid uf a
palloon drop, alrctty. If he in a mut
middle sdrikes he vill sure come owid
"Butsupposo he brings his mud pud
dle along with him?" the reporter sug
gested. "Now, rot a voolish gwesdion dot
vas," said tho monkey barber. "You
haf been godding so long shafed mit der
olt man you haf got upsito down your
head, alrctty." New York Sun.
An Actor Setting Fence Posts,
On one of tho unimproved street!: of
Quiucy, Illinois, tho other day were a
company of laborers building a fenco.
Their awkwardness attracted the at
tention of a correspondent. Their titter
ignorance of the first principles of hole
digging was astounding anil amusing.
Particularly was one fellow of the crowd
laughable. Intones as tragic as Brutus'
hecommnnded a rebellious post to stand,
but before ho could plant it it would
fall over. Then in a parental and be
seeching voice be would chido it to be
"My good man. have you lately come
to this country?-'
The awkward fellow struck a stage
attitude and looked defiance at tho ques
tioner. "I beg pardon"
It was John McCullough!
"I havo made a bet with my friend.
General Carson," he said, "that lean
do a greater amount of fencing than he
can. You ought to 'see mo sleep! I
went to bed last uight at 10, and didn't
wake up till 7. It's wonderful exer
cise." "But you haven't learned how to "
"Learned what? I'm spending the
summer. 1 don't know where I'll go,
nor what I'll do till next season.
Why should I go to New York uutil
"Fence till then?"
"I'll win my bet if General Carson has
to dig his own holes!"
"My good boy, sufficient unto the day
is tlie'fcncing thereof, as the politicians
have improved on the scriptures."
Kcio York World.
Monday Evening, July 2d, 1883.
Tho weather continues clear and hot,
to-day's temperature appeared to be higher
than at any time before this season. The lo
cal weather prophets unite in saying that
July will average unusually cool, but as it
hits started out snow will be needed to
stiike the balance.
The markets are generally dull and un
changed with every prospect of t full sum
mer of the most discouraging character to
dealers in larm products.
FLOUR-Very dull; plenty of all kinds
offering but nono selling.
-HAY Dull; stocks are ample. The
enquiry is small and only for choice. Com
mon is not wanted.
CORN Quotations are only nominal,
There is very little iu market and none Bell
ing in round lots.
OATS We note a better feeling is this
line. There is a far enquiry and moderate
MEAL Quiet and unchangwd.
BRAN Dull and quiet. Very little in
BUTTER There is an improved demand
for choice fresh receipts of northern, ami
only a limited supply. The old stock has
been reduced a little by forced tales.
EGGS Steady, with demand aud re
coipts about equal.
CHICKENS There is a continued de
mand for choice young chicken in good
FRUIT Berries, etc., aro bearing slow
sales, tho public's appetite having boon sat
isfied, is looking tor something else.
POTATOES Old are out of thu market.
New are hard to Bull at quotations,
Salon and Quotations. .
NOTB.-Tho price her givuu are lor aalea frmn
Drat bands In round lota, An advance In
Charted for broken loUinlliiliivorilura.
800 btila varloua eradea 4 oo&b 50
200 hlila ultra lincy ....,. f, vo
HM hhl ramtlf m ft uo
SiiOblila choice.......... 6 DM
1 far mixed. '. 0 00
'ioara choice email balua 12 uo
1 car itOU'dRo 1 00
1 car white in bulk , M
1 car mixed la balk SO
i cara in bulk..- n 85
1 car in bulk ..-. 38
No. i Ked, Der bu 1 0ft
No. i Mediteranean 1 00
100 hhlaCltr la lota...; S ao&i 6!t
100 bbli City 00
I car iu aacka 70
,Vk) pound choice cnunlry 13a 14
SO" pounds choice Northern dairy l.VrflS
500 pounds houleeru Ilia, fresh 7,1
TOO doxoD li'A
Large choice 15 00
6 coo I'll tiuus 3 00:, 21
8 coojia yourg chlckona 2 00
tl coops young chicken S '
90 cralca hlackhorrlea 2 m
40 cratvt black rxepberrlta 8 0'
100 boxei tomatoea 50(1 75
in crarca rhcrrlew 3 oo
4craioa ploma, wild 1 W1 i'
to Ijoxcb apple Wu.75
Choice red 4 l
Choice yellow 'I 00
New potntoea por bnah SO
New potatoes, pur hhl 1 5"
...A 01J5 00
Fine unwahel 15 lis
I' I al ii hnmi
S. C. Iloma -
II An a
I't bushel burlaps . ..
5 huehel "
Peaches, halve ant! quarter
Choice, ' Factory
Dry Flint choice
Sheep Pelts, dry
Common Lui;a.. !'- '
Good luj-a 5& 5 I
ow L-ar iVMin
Medium Leaf tt 1 f(
orLoaf 1 SWV'l
KAT1IS OK FHKIOUT.
War below Mem phi a
"'AX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
ToThomae II. Vallette or any other pcrion or per-
Y1111 are hereby notified that at a rale of forf.-lled
real estate, In the county of Alexander and state of
Illinois, held by thu county collector or aald coun
ty, at the aouthweaterly door or the court honee In
the city or Cairo, In aald oounty and atate, on tbe
17th day of October, A, D. ItiHI, tbe undesigned,
Iu accordance with an act. entitled "An act of the
general aerably ol tbe atate of llllnol entitled an
net to amend auction HOI of an act. entitled an act
for tho asaesament of property and for the lvy
and collection of laxea, approved March NUth.
Wi, approved Itine!rnd. lHHI.In Torre Jnly lt.
IHHI, purchased the following deaenbed roal estate
altuated In the county of Alexander and stale of
lllluols. for the taxen flu and unpaid thereon for
the yeara A, I). 1H71, 1S74, Ih75. IS7f), 1HT7, 1H7S,
IST9 and 1BS0 together with penal lira and rosie;
aald realcHtate being taxed in the name of Tbntn
a It. Vallette, and hiving been previously for.
feltnd to the slate and afterwarda on the dav and
yearaoroaatd eold aa forfeited proporty, to-wlt:
h be tie 14 oflbonwftof auction twenty-nine C-'fl),
township flftaen (15 , lotith and In range two (HI,
west of tho Srd P. M. The time allowed by law
for tho redumption of aald real estate will vxptro
on tho 17th day of Oclobur, A. I). iss:.
U. w uiwit 1, 1'urcaaeor.
Cairo, 111,, July Srd, A. B. m. .
fPAX PUKCHABBR'8 NOT1CB.
To Hi" unknown owner and partlea Interested:
real estaio, In the county of Alexander and state of
You are norunv not ail that at a aie 01 loriuueo
Illinois, neiu 11; ins county collector 01 aaiu loiin
tv, at the aiinth westerly door of tho court house In
the city of Cairo, In said county and atate, on thu
17th day ofOclobnr, A, I). 1SH1,, tho nnderalgned,
In accordance wl'h an act of ih aonnral assembly
of the statu of Illinois, onilttiSan act to amend
acctloiiVi S or an act entitled ifttai for the aea.
tneul of property und fur the lu7"-and collection
of taxes, approved March HOIh, 1S7'J," approvod
June ind, lhHl, In force July 1st, 1SS1, purchaaed
the following di acrlherl rent iiatntn sltnatud In thu
county of Alexander and state or lillnola lor the
uvea due and unpaid thereoii for the yeara A, D.
IMTS, IS74, 1S75, IS78, lBJT, 1S7S, 1S7D and
lssii, together wits penalilea and cost;
nld real eetitn being taxed In the name
of William t. Parrntt. and having been prev
iously forfeited to tbe slate and afterwards on the
day and vuar nforuaald aald a forfuited pronrrtv.
towll 1 Lot four (4), In aertlon sixteen (III), town
shit) foil rtneu (14), aint h and In range two ill), weat
ortnearn r. m. rne time auoweu ny law tor me
redemption of aald real eatmo will expire on tbe
17tli day or uctouer, a. v, inki.
0 WHfnilT, Putchaaor.
Cairo, III,, July S-d, A. I). ISH3.
Whereaa .lolin Sutuai mil hanh Hnroit. hla wife.
did by thulr aalo ujorigHKeu, bearing date January
Wl-t, 1 MTU, uml recoidod In llouk 111 of I'eeda, Iu Ihu
recorder office ol' Alextwuler coiintv, lllluo'a,
convey aud mortj.'nga to the underalgued ilb fol
lowing Ueacrlbed rcul estutu. rttiiated in the coun
ty of Alexander and city uf Cairo, 1 llnol. to-wit:
Lota numberad twelva (lai. thlrt. en M). fourteen
(14) audflfteen(15),lu bloclt numbered three (3),
niiue first Addition tu tbe city 01 Cairo atore
aaid, to sectlra tbe 1 aynient ol a certain nroinil
torv note executed by the said John r-proat. In
aid aale woi. Uuge fully deaenbed; aud wh. reaa
tiifault has been ruailu in the payment of eaid note
und the taxes due upon aald lota, and aid note
rumams Knthc-r with said taxea, long alncu paat
due aud unpaid bv ami bpruai. Now, tnerefore,
00 application f the IirhI boldirof aald note aud
under aud by virtue ol thu .Dedal urovlalona aud
1owerof aulu In aula sale ruu.tgagu, i tbe nndur
Igned will 011
W KUN KSl'Al , JULY KIUHIKRNTU,
ut the dour 01 tb comt-bouao, In eaid couuty ot
Aiexanuer. Mty il I'alro ami ataie or lillnola, at
tbe hour of 'i o'clock p. ni. of aild duy, offer lor
ale and sell at public auction to the Uigbeat bidder
for cash, tbe ahuve dorr bed real eatitle to Pay aud
aatiftfy thu amount t f principal and lutereat due
upon aald note, and the taxes paid upon aald lota,
ua I, in and by eald mortgage, provided.
j'Kteu I'airo, ill., juiy iiu, ixtvi.
WALT Kit HYSLOP,
aa Irensurer aud Mortvauee.
(Ireen Jt Olllx-rt, Altorucys. T'-i-ttwd,
AX PUUCIIASEU'S N OTITIS.
To E, H. Kood, Ezeklei Thomas and tbe unknown
owners, or partlea Inturvateu:
You are hereby nolliled thut at a eale of forfeited
real estate, in the county of Alexander and atate
of lllluols, held by the county collector of aald
county, at the auuthweaterly door of the court
house in the city or Cairo, In said touuty aud
atate, on the 17th dny of October, A. D. lssl. In
accordance with an uct or the general assembly of
the atuteofIUiii.de, entitled "An ai t to amend
auction 20:1 ol'un act entitled an act lor the khki-bs-luent
ol property and for the levy and collection
ol taxea, approved March :, 1ST-'," approved June
J, I8S1, iu force July 1, lhSl.the nndcrslgaed pnr
c htiKcd tbe follow ing di scrilied real eatute alttial'.'d
iu the comity of Alexiiudi-r and Hate of Illinois,
lor tho taxes due and unpaid thereun lor the yeara
A. 1). IHjti, 1X77, 1N7S, lH.tlandlSHO, together with
penalties and cost ; said ri'al estate having be. n
previously forl'i-itcd to 1 lie .late and afterwards n
above l forth, offend and u d aa forleitcd prop
orty, the tame iiuiua taxed In Itu- name or .. el
T'homns, and (lecribt-d ua lollowa. to wit: Lota
Vi and 13, l-urt of section slit' en (10), In townhip
fourteen (14), south and In rniijju one, we-tof the
:ird P M , and that the timealiiiweil by law for the
redcmptliiu of said rent esiate will expiru on the
17th day of Oct .tier, A I) ls.t
JOHN GATES, Purchaser.
Cairo, Ills., July :ird, A. U ISM.
AX PUKCHASEK'S NUTICK.
lo Claiborne Winston and tbu unknown owni-ra
or parties interested:
Yoa are benhy notifled that at a Rale of forfeited
real estate, in thu county of Alexande r and atate
of lllluols, held by Hie coetity collector of said
county, at the Miiitliwc-terly door of the Court
houxe In Hie cityol Cairo. In sild county and Htale,
on the 1 Tilt uay of October, A . D 1SS1, Iu acci r
dance with an act or the general assembly of ti.e
state or lllluols, entitled "mi act to amend' section
tfHofau act entitled an act fur the assessment or
property and for the levy and collection of taxes,
approved March So, ltiW approved June 'i. IhM,
In force July 1, IbHl, the undersluiieil purcha-ed
the following described real eatute vitu'ited In the
count) of Alexander aud sta'e of ll.tn.d-. lor itm
taxea due and unpaid tbereou fortheyeursA.il.
H73, 1874. Is75. !H7'i. 1S77. ISTK and ll,
together with penalliea anil costs; said real eaUte
having been previously forfeited to ihe statu and
afterwarda offered and sold aa a forfeited propeity
a above aet forth, the amue b-lng taxed iu the
name of l laiborue W iriston, and described a- f I
Iowa. t'i-wlt: hast half of the norlbwi-a: quarti-r
of ai ctiou twenty four (.'I , in township fou
teen (14), south and In range firee, went of the
Srd I'. M. land lhat tin- tune allowed bylaw I, r
the redemption or paid real estate will eiplro on
the 171t a-ty ol wtoiier. .1. n iwm.
JOHN OATKS, Purchaser
Cairo, 111.., July 3.d, A. l. 1"3.
fJAX PL'UCHAhEH'S NOTICB.
ToK. H. Hood and tbe unknown owners or parte
You are hereby notifled that at a a!e of forfeit! d
real estate, In the co'iMv of Aicxnnd. r utul atate
of Illinois, held by the county collector of s:d
county of aald county, at the outhweterly door
or the court house in tne -lt r ( alro, in 10 coun
ty and state, on the 17th diy of October. A l). 1K1,
In aeenrdanre with an act or tner-neral assernti y
or the state of Illinois, eirit i-it "An act in amend
auction of an acl entitled an act for the asse-a-
nient of property and lur the levy and co.l'rtlou of
taxes, aniiroved March M. I7J." approved .lone I,
1 -SI. In force July 1, si, tbe uinleraignid pur
chased the billowing Ueacrineii real estate smiion
In tho county ot Alevander and tale of Illinois,
for the taxes due and unpaid thereon, for the yenra
A. 1). ltvo. IS. i. IS.b. 17:i and InSH, togottier wi'b
penalties and cents; raid real estate having been
previously f.ir'cl cd to the state and afleM.ar.'s
aold a forfeited proierty aa ah'ive set forth, the
same being taxed iu the name or h. II. Kood. and
described a follow, to-wit : Lot 3, 4, 5 and ,
part nf section sixteen 1 llii, In township fourteen
(141. aoutb and In range, one west or tne thirl t'
At., and that the time al owed by law for the
redumption of ull reul estate will expire on tite
17th day ol Uctoiier, A. J'- ikm.i.
Joll.N GATES, Purchaccr.
Cairo, III., July 3rd, A. I). It).
AX PfKCHASKU'S NOTICB.
To K. Ireland und tho unknown owner or o'her
You an; hereby not fed thai at a aie of forfeit
real estate, In tno county of Alexander and lale
of lillnola, held bv ti e county collector of raid
county, at tho southwesterly door of the court
bouse In the cllv or l iro, in earn county ano
atate. on thu ITth'day of Ocober, A. 1). 1881, In
accordance with an . ct of the genera esaembly of
the atate of Illinois, entitled "An auto amend
section ''id of an act entitled an act lor the assesa
ment of properly aud f ir the levy and collection or
laic, approved Alarm w. is, -', approveu ,mna t,
lo. in force July 1. lssl. the uuderalgaed pur
cha-ed thu following described real estate situated
In the county of Alexander aud a'ato of lillnola,
to-wli: nw -4 of the nw or tion is, in 'own
shin 14. south of rauL'o t. west of the.SrdP. M.:
aald land above described being aold for the taxea
due and unpaid thereon rnr the year 1874. in,a.
1K7H. IS77. 1S7S. 1S7 and 1). together with pen
alilieaand costs, said land having been previously
forfeited for said years and offered and aoto alter-
ward as above set lortn aa loriciteo property;
mirt In nil beliiL' taxed In the nnme of F. 1 reined,
That the time allowed by law for tho redemption
of aald real ea atu will expire on tbe 17lh day
of October, A I). ISM.
.Kill . u A I IV", 1 uicuaser.
Cairo, III., July 3rd, A. 1). 1H83.
fjAX Pt'KCHASKICij 0T1CK.
To Thoma .lessop und Jumea R. Illythe. owuera,
IHU Ol" liCIVOT II, Mill V". lllrtl , u '-
roal iBtato. in tho nullity of Alexander and nutc
f lllln.tlM hob) U tint Mintitv fntlitrtnp nf mill
v.... .... 1. .....1... .....in ...1 11. . ..in .it r.,rr..ltnn
wi iminrtn, in ft mj iitu voiuiij
county, at the southwesterly door of the court-
noue in tne ruy 01 1 aim, in sain con my mm
ou thel"th duy or October, A. D. ISM, the under-
.(... ,n u.,...r,lu,,iii will, uti art uf thi, cr,lioral
HHiimhlv ol thesiule of lillnola, entitled "An act
to amend section ; 01 an act eniiueu au bci iur
tl.., ..imiiil nl ,irm,i,i-l iinrt fur tile lew Ulld
,,ll.,i.tli,i, rl liiTi.a Hlilitiiveil Nl urch 3.1. 1S72. ' a I)
proved .lone i. IhhI. In fon o July 1, 1SHI. pur-cbi-sed
the rullowlng described real estaio situated
III WIU CMIIII.Y M ll" -v..
mils, for thu take due and unpaid thereon lor
thu year A. I). 1S74, 1D75. 1M70, IM77, 1S7S, IhJH
and SSO, together with penalilea and cot;sald
real etate having been previously rurreiicu to tne
ainte and afiorwurds on the day and year nlorc-uld
.n il h. lorlelted property, aiiid lamia being laned
In tlie niime of Joeph l.a.are, and described 11
n.,.., 1,1.11.11 Tim somh tiart of thu aw V ol
acrllou' twenty ono (21), In township llfteen (15),
aoutb and in raiio inreu yts, wesi 01 ui r. m .,
It.ml,,,. illurriia nU'oft'iU Slllllll hldu Of SKid (1 IllirtOT
fpctlon), and that, the tlmo allowed by law for
the redemption of sal J real estate will expire on
too w u uay m vliuikt, n, n. inn...
' JOHN UATKS, I'lirchuiur.
Cairo, Ills., July 3rd. A. I). m.i.
fVAX rUKCHAMEK'S .NOTICE
ToF, H. Albright or any other puraon or persons
liuureaiun : .
You are hereby notifled that at a rain of forfeited
real ealalu, Iu Ihe county of Aloxuuder and alulo
of llllnol, held by ihecoiinly colluctor of an Id
con nly at tho oiithwet"rlv door of thorourl house
in inecitv oi v airo, in n ' ,
tho I7lh day ol October, A. I), lssl, the umlor
eigne i, Iu accordance wllh an act of the general
as.miililyi'f thealutnol Illniola, entllled "An act
... ..i i.... ,iol .il' mi ui'.t nut lied 11 uct Tor
in nuieini "c.i urn - . .........
thu aae.iiient of property and lor the levy and
collecllon of taxes, approved March 30tb, m, np
proved .1 linn 2nd 1H1I. in inrcoeuiy iei, inoi, p ir
cnaHcd the following described real l alalo s tualed
In the comity of Alexander and alato or llllnol.
for the taxesdilu ami linpal'l thereon fir the yeara
A. Ii. ISTil. 1S77, 1S7H, 1S7II and IHNtl fgetbur wllb
tieniillle and cota aald t al oalato being taxed
In the tmniu of V. E. Albright, and having beeu
prey ouly fo' felted lo the attilo and arii'rv.ard on
IIH uay atio year aiori""in" oi,i n. upiihhimi i',"r
- . ...i. . M 1 ..t 11... L i.r MMn ltin lifii.ii
ertv, io-wii; i ii" ?i "" Ti," ru" : v.
Iv-lhri e(4ll), In township loiirleen ( I), south and In
ringollir.m(il), weat of the nrl l'. M. Thu time
allowed ny inw tor mo reuu'iipiitunu sum
m will ixiilra nn the 17th (Inr of I'Clober A. O,
UM, wnlOlir, Ptirohasur.
l alio, III., Juiyilrd, A. I. ism.
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M.MUHI'HY, P. M.
PORT GRAPE WINE
S peer's Port (patk We !
FOUR YEAIiS OLD.
riMUHCKLBIUlATED NATIVE WINK la made
i from tho Juice of tho Oporto Orape, ralaed In
this country. It Invaluable Ionic and alrcugth.
enlng properlie are unatirpasaed bv any other
Native Wlno. Ibdng the pnre Jitlro of tho drape,
produred nntler Mr. Speer' own pergonal eupervl
sum, He purity anil geuulntnesa, are guaranteed.
Tin youneHt child m i v partake of Its generoiie
qnalllle, and Ihu weakert Invalid uo It to advan
tnge It I particularly benellclal to the aged aud
debilitated, and euited to tho variona ailment that
affect the weaker ex. It la In every reaped A
WINK TO BK ItELIEU ON.
Speer's P. J. Sherry.
The P. J. 81IKKIIV ta wlno of Superior Char
acter and partake of the rich qualttle of the grape
from which It, i made For I'tirlty. Klchnea, Fla
vor and Medicinal Propcrtiea. It will be lonud un
excelled. . t T 1
Sneer's P. J. Brandy.
Thle h HANDY aland unrivaled In thla Country
bolugriiranpnrlorror medicinal purnoae. It l
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uiiblu medicinal prnpnrllua. It lia a dlteata fl
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