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All Cominniilcalioua thould he addressed to
K. A. BURNETT.
Publisher and Proprietor.
American Women of Letters.
We do not nietin to bo unyiillant, mid
the ladies will plua.se pardon us; but
have wo any American women of let
ters? American men of letters we cerJ
tainly havo or have had, men worthy
to Rtnnd by the side of any but the very
chief of the men of letters across the
sen: but where in America can wo find
a tleorge Kliot or a Mrs. Browning?
'In France alone," once said George
Eliot, "if the writings of women were
swi jt away, a serious gap would bo
made in the national history." We
know of but one American woman's
writing, which if "swept away," would
make "a serious gap in the national
history." That is Mrs. Stowe s "Uncle
Tom's Cabin." And "Uncle Tom's
Cabin" is not literature; it was a scenie
effect; and Mrs. Stowe's later writings
have not continued her seat in our
We have had our Anne Bradstreet,
our Hannah Adams, our Phillis Wheat
ley, our Mrs. Sigourney, our Margaret
Fuller our Alice and Thocbe Cary, our
Fanny Fern. And who wero these?
Of Margaret Fuller, doubtless we shall
hear and know more. Hers is a loom
ing tiguro as the past recedes. She is
in some sense, though with many dif
ferences, of course, the Toe of her sex,
a riddle not vet read, a victor not yet
crowned, "f wo lives of her are now in
preparation; her star is rising.
As for living women, there arc plenty
of authors among them writers of po
etry, writers of novels, writers of books
for boys and girls; but who of them will
come forwardand claim the lurcl above
her sisters? The woman of letters must
have some masculinity in her composi
tion; her finer metal must bo streaked
with iron ore; she must carry the sledge
hammer in her hand as well as wear
the dower at her throat She must be
a Miriam, a Deborah prophetess as
well as poet; a woman who fathoms
philosophies as well as fashions; who
can thunder as well as lighten.
Our American literary women are
tender, sweet, persuasive, soothing.
They write us smooth verses in the
magazines. They sing us lullabies by
tuo crauie. lney tell clever stories.
Once in a while thev burst out with a
battle-hymn, or catch the secret of child
hood on the point of their pens, or re
cover the jewel of character from the
mire of conventionality. What is Saxe
Holm? Is it a woman? The most
meaning voice in the chorus of the hour
is from behind a mask; the most bril
liant pcnwoinan of to-day is soured in
temper; the most passionate is morbid.
There is room on tlio stago for a large
framed, strong-limbed, bright-eyed,
loving-hearted, whole-souled, quick
handed American woman of letters.
.Vtvwar and Wcllesley, do you hear?
Qr. is that sort of good thing not to
oonieontofthe.se Nazaroths? For her
are we to look tow ard the ' prairies and
, tho hills of the Fur West? . "Whenever
' she apjiears, It will doubtless be from
an unexpected quarter. She will bo a
surprise. Literary World.
Our Glorious Country.
, There are old hieu in Detroit who
;; couldn't, if put upon the witnuss stand,
ttwear to within, thirty Java of the time
when corn aud potatoes should be plant
ed, whon grass is ready for mowing,
what weather Is favorable for, wheat, or
indeed any other point about farming,
and yet theso are the men most solicit-'
ou9 about the weather and tho farmer.
On the Woodward avenuo car yesterday
was a pair, and they began:
"Awful storm, wasn't it?"
"They say it has ruined tho wheat,"
"Don t doubt it, sir. Wheat was just
In the right stago to h ruined."
"And it has killed the fruit, I pre
sume?" "It probably has. I don't expect to
see an nmile or pem-h this season."
"Must have rotted the corn?"
"Oh, of course. Corn was just in tho
susceptible stale. Wo shan't have any
corn this year."
"Tho farmer must be discouraged?"
"Kntirely so. My hostler was telling
ni that tho milkman told him that tho
owner of the dairv had seen a fanner
who said be should plow up his orch
ard Rtid try to raise a crop of late pota
toes." "Indeed! Still, if wo havo a lato fall,
so that wheat can hold on to October, it
"Barely possible. 1 understand that
the hay orop has been frozen up."
"Do tell! Seems to mo that our live
stock could be taught to relish frozen
hay, but 1 dunno. 1 think we mav con
fidonlly expect a drought."
"And a famine."
"And those will probably bo followed
I7 an epidemic which will sweep the
With this they sett'.ed back to enjoy
themselves, and neither 0110 betravoil
the least interest when a passenger rose
up and inquired:
"Won't one of you gentlemen please
arrange for Judgment day to come be
tween this and the 1st of Jul v? I don't
want to live in this vain world over six
weeks longetY Detroit Free I'rtis.
Scene village school. Lady visitor
(to a very dirty child) "Jano, why
don t you come with a clean face to
cbool?" Jane (after some hesitation)
'Please, ma'am, mither canna spare
lue ooy saft water, and she wunna hae
me uso hard, for it cracks ina skin."
' Glasgow Bailie.
I have Jnt returned from a little two.
handed tournament with the cloves. 1
havo tilled my noso with cotton wastf
so that I shall not soak this sketch in
e-ore as I write.
'l4ecled little healthful exeroise and
was looking for Momething that would
be full of vigorous enthusiasm, nnd at
the same time promote the healthful
now or uiooa to tlie muscles. J lits wa
rather difficult. I tried most every
thins:, but failed. Boinir a sociable be
'ing (joke) I wauted other people to
Help me exorcise, or go ulong with nit
when I exercised. Some men can go
away to a desert isle and have fun with
dumb-bells and a horizontal bar, but to
Die it would seem dull and common
place after a while, nnd I would yearn
lor moro huiuauity.
Two of us finally concluded to piny
billiards, but we wero only amateur's
nnd tho owner Intimated that ho would
want the table for Fourth of July, ho we
uroKH on in me miume 01 1110 ursl came
and I paid for it.
, Then a younger brother said ho had a
sei 01 uoxing gloves in ins room, ami
although I was the taller and had long
er arms lie would hold up as long as he
couui ana l might hammer him until
gained strength and finally got well.
I accepted this offer because I had oft
en regretted that I had not matin myself
familiar with this art and also because I
knew it would create a thrill of interest
and lire mo with ambition and that's
what a hollow-eyed invalid needs to put
mm on me roan to recovery.
The boxing glove is a largo fat mil.
ten with an abnormal thumb and a
string at the wrist by which )ou lie it
on. so that when you feed it to your ad
versary he cannot swallow it and choke
himself. I had never seen an v boxing-
gloves before, but my brother said they
wero soft and wouldn't hurt anybody.
So we took off some of our raiment and
put them on. Then we shook hands. I
eun remember distinctly vet that we
shook hands. That was to show that
we were friendly and would not slav
My brother is a crcat ileal younier
than I am and so I warned him not to
get excited and come for me with any-
tning mat wouiu look like wild and un
governable fury because 1 might in the
neat of debate pile his jaw upon his
forehead and till his ear full of sore
thumb. He said that was all rirht and
he would try to be cool nnd collected.
Then wo put out our riht toes close
together and I told him to bo on his
guard. At that moment I dealt him a
terrific blow aimed at his nose, but
through a clerical error of mine it went
over Lis shoulder and spent itself in tho
wall 01 the room shattering a small,
holly wood bracket for which I paid
him $.'1,75 afterward. I did not wish to
buy tho bracket because I had two at
home, but he was arbitrary about it
and I bought it.
We then took another athletic pos
ture, and in two seconds the air was
full of poulticed thumb and buckskin
mitten, l souu delected a chance to put
one in where my brother could smell of
it, but l never knew just where it struck,
for at that moment I ran up against
something with tho pit of my stomach
that tnude me throw up the spongo
along with some other groceries, the
names of which I cannot now recall.
My brother then proposed that we
take off the gloves, but I thought that I
had not sufficiently punished him, and
that another round would complete the
conquest, which was then almost with
in my grasp. I took a bismuth powder
and squared myself, but in warding off
a left-Lander, I forgot about my adver
sary's right and ran my noso into the
middle of bis boxing "glove. Fearing
that I hod injured him, I retreated rap
idly on my elbows and shoulder-blades
to tho corner of the room, thus giving
him amide time to recover. By this
means my younger brother's features
were saved and are to-day as symmet
rical as mv owu,
I can still cough up pieces of boxing
gloves, and when I close my eyes I can
see calcium lights and blue phosphor
escent gleams across tho horizon, but I
am thoroughly convinced that there is
no physical exercise which yields the
same amount of health and clastic vigor
to tho puncher that the manlv art does.
To the punchec, also, it affords a large
wad of glad surprises and noe blond,
which cannot be hurtful to thoso who
hanker for the pleasing nervous shock,
tho spinal jar and the pyrotechnic con
cussion. That is why I shall continue tho ex
ercises after I have practiced with a
mule or a cow-catcher two or three
weeks, and feel a liltlo more confidence
in myself. Hill .'yc.
Tricks in the Markets.
Cut this out and run it over prepara
tory to marketing:
Oranges are occasionally boiled to
make them larger.
Dried peas are soaked to imitate tho
fresh, green article.
Samples of nuts or fruit cracked or
cut nnd exposed are not at all truthful.
The best ami biggest fruit is alwavs
on the top of the box or basket.
In the pyramids and regular embank
ment of oranges the best are always In
front, while tho dealer fills your paper
bag with the poorer ones concealed in
Keep your eye ou tho dealer when ho
(ills your banana paper bag, for if your
glance wanders a moment he deftly
casts in from a poorer lot close at hand.
Look at the nice flat bunches of cel
ery and you find the greener and tough
er sUl ks in its rear.
Observe if your butcher allows your
moat to remain
scales until the springs havo ceased to
nntvi.i fltwl tl.n 1... I, ......
Tho markets are full of thoso littlu
tricks of tho trade. Thpy come of gen-
unuons 01 suiuy mm practice. And as
a rul in buying any kind of article if
you find the dealer putting up a pack
ago out of sight look out for somo sort
A New York Ql,.- ...1 . .
i-Jiam iiuiu, WHO lias
kept an account of the weather, claims
... 100 result 01 lus
observation.: AH years ending In 0 n
bf 2 T Jxt.reuielrv dT" Those ending
... , ., , , exucmeiy wot.
Ihoso ending In 7 and 8 are ordinarily
Willi h)!ii.nrl Tk,.,.. . , J
.. . ...v.Ui., 1 uuno cumuir m 0 nave
extremely cold Winters. Those cudinir
u '2 have an early Spring. Thoso end-
Inrv In II w A .... ....I.I . . . .
...tt .u v vi m mo suujevilO grettl IlOOdS
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 4, isa.
"If you will como down Into tho en
glno-room I will show you tht largo.st
snake you ever saw. These boes hold
huge pythons, which were taken at
suuuauum, near Calcutta." In the.en-ginc-room
. there, were (two largo dry
goods boxes and a number of visitors.
wr. iiagcnbock, armed with . a stout
cudgol and a pioce of carpet, raised the
lid of the larger box. There were five
ui me largest snakes ever brought to
America. Tho largest was twenty feet
long and seven inches through. Thev
wtir!wu! mm.. I .1... 1 .P. J
... ., oiuuun uia uux, coning them
selves into innumerable hard and double
knots, and discounted the alcoholio ser
pent in roalistio effect. An inquisitive
observer stuck his head over the box and
presented a fine mark for tho big snake,
who would certainly have disfigured his
countenance if it had not been hamper
ed by bis companions. It had to bo
pounded on tho bead with a stick before
it would retire, and tho timid members
of the company armed themselves with
rakes and hoes and viewed tho second
box from a safe distance The snakes
had not been fed for three months.
-V. Y. Times.
A scandal or quarrel, or murder, is
often explained by the statement that
there is a woman at tho bottom of it"
as the man said when his wife fell in
to the well. There is generally a woman
at the bottom of everything; but tho
Capitol at Washington is a notable ex
cept ion. There is a woman on top of
that. Xorrittoicn Herald.
I have been alllictcd for twenty years,
during the mouths ot August and Septem
ber, with Hay Fever, and have tried vari
ous remedies without relief. I was induced
to try Ely's Crcnm Balm: have used it with
favorable results, and can confidently rec
ommend it to all similarly afflicted. Rob
ert W. Townley, (ex-Mayor) Elizabeth,
CHEAP EXCCUBION 11ATE8 EVEHV DAY Dl'H -
I.NO THE SUM. M En TO SANTA HE, NEW
Suuta Fe, New Mexico, is the oldest city
iu the United States. It has reached the
end of its first third of a thousand years
its terlio-roillenial period. Tho Tertio Mil-
lerimal Celebration and Mining and Indus
trial Exposition, which will bo inaugurated
there on the 2d of July and close on the 3d
of August, will be an event of grest histo
rical as well as practical importance to the
country at lare. It is intended to com
memorate the three hundred aud thirty
third anniversary uf tho Spanish settlement
of the place.
Which will cou.titute the practical part of
the celebration, will be an epitome- of the
mineral, agricultural, horticultural, stock
and general industrial resources and capa
bilities of the Territory. Those, therefore,
who are interested in either mining, agri
culture or stock-raising will have a good op
portunity to visit ru'W Mexico this season,
is the low tare will be a great inducement
to make the trip. The development of the
mines of this vast region has but begun,
yet in the past year the proportionate in
crease in the output of ore was greater thin
in any other State 01 Territory. New Mex
ico's showing at the mining exposition held
at Denver last season showed, more clearly
than anything else, the vastness of its min
It has been the general belief heretofore
that agriculture in New Mexico would not
pay. This is an unfortunate error. At the
exposition will be teen camples of all sorts
of fruits and field products which vie with
thoso of prolific Kansas. With irrigation
the soil of the Territory can be made to
yield immensely, and there is no pursuit
mure remunerative than that of farming.
Agricultural products, of all kinds, bring
high prices upon a ready market, always
accessible in the growing mining townp,
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
crounds for countless herds. Aa tho cele
bration at Santa Fe will be tho mean 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, three days
the 18th, 10th, and 20th of July" will be
nevntcd to the presentation ot historic
ccenoR. These will represent tho period
winch 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 conquerors, that which tho Spaniards
broueht with them and that which followed
the American occupation of 1846. These
representations will be illustrated by caval-
cades in costume, indicative of tho several
distinctive expeditions into New Mexico
and the surrounding territory. There will
also be numerous tableaux, tho whole com
bining to make one of the moat 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 tho Territory; ambuscades and
sham fights by the Zunis, with exhibitions
of their peculiar rites and ceremonies, one
of which will bo a primitive dance repre
senting the gods and heroes of tK.jr f0k.
loro mythology; native Mexican games,
dances and juggling; original Aztec dances,
in which both Mexicans and Indians will
tako part; variousJWcxicnn sports and the
grand fandango; war and other peculiar
dances by the Mcscalcrn and
Jicanlla Apaches; exhibitions by Mexican
vacqueros in throwing tho lariat;
a mounted tournament, jn cnB
tumos of three centuries ago;
the San Domingo and tfendia feasts, and
other peculiar and interesting ceremonies
which would tako much space and time to
BOUND TRIP $40.
The rate for the round trin from u-.u.a
City and Atchison, including stop-off both
ways at tho Las Vegas Hot Springs, is only
40, while the tare from all eastern polo's
is compsratively low. Tho Las Vegas Hot
Springs aro among tho most celebrated in
the world, nnd a cool and comlortable re
sort for the hot season. There is every in
ducomout to go to New Mexico this sum
merand it will be taken advantage of by
thousands who will improve this opportun
itv to study, under tho bent liOKHibln rnti
ditions. the resources (if the 'JYrrirnrv ami
investments, and also to enjoy for the time
uiu most quaint sua romatio spot in all our
country. It is au opportunity to see the
Southwest the coming country which
ought not to bo lost by any who have any
ambition to avail themselves of the un
equalled advantages there offered for eu
L'HL'illL' in mitlillL'. HirrH'lll'Urp. fruit itrnu
il:C. Stock raisiutr. Or tiierrliHinhim '-i,.a,.
low rate tickets over tho Atchison, Topeka
& Santa Fe road are now on sale at Cairo
and all principal ticket offices, good to n
turn till August 31st. 027 151
To The West.
There aro a number of routes leading to
the aoovo-incniioned section, but tho direct
aud reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over tho Missouri 1'aeillo Railway. Two
trains daily arc run troin tho Grand Uuion
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Curs of the very
lirest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
I.' r .1 x- .... if - . . V. .
mr .rmusns, ioiurmu, ow .ncxico ami 1,111
if 'fii'i "''ect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is nude with the
Overland train fur Calituruia.
This line offers to parties eiiroute to the
West and Northwest, uot only fast time
and supcuor accomodations, but beautiful
sceneiy, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and NeUrti.-k. Si ml for
illustrated m:ips, pamphlets, Ac, ofthb
line, which will bo miiled free.
C. B. KlNNAN, F. ClIANPl.KK,
Ass't Oen'l Pass. Agetit. Oeii'l Pass Agent.
0. T. Marks, Chicago, Ills , sys: "1
have used Browu'slron Bitters, as a tonic.
ami find it to tho best blood purifier that 1
rjUX rTUCH.YSEtt'B NOTICE.
To the unknown owner and parOen Intfcmeil:
You aro heri'hv- noliricri thM at a alu nf torfaittri
real ui-t'ite, In ihc roiiniy of Aiexamlet and tt of
II n. lc, held hy tho county collector of naid coiiu
tv.at tbu twutliweMprty door of the court Iiiiukc In
tho city of tv.lro. In caUl county aud mate, ou tbf
17th (In? ofOrloIxT, A. I). IsSI., tho nndcrsiitnod,
in aceordauce wl h an act of tho l-lm ith! anpumhiv
of the state of Illinois, eni It x'd 'an act toam nd
(M'ctiou.'i of an act entitled an act for the scfe
Ilii'Ut of Dronorlv and fur I hi: lew atul rnllm lion
of tuxes, aimroved March 3nth, lxt'J ' approvo
June '.'ml, 1SS1, tuf(irr July lt, ISM, l iirvhaiied
the followina uYecrlbcrf real relate nituated lu the
county of Alexander aud male of Illinois tor the
taxes nue and unpaid thereon Tor the yrnm A. 1).
1ST3, 1874, 1S75, 1S76, 1;7, 1STS, 1179 and
1S80, toeethcr witti rennltp and cnnta:
said real rmte being taxed In the name
of William H. i'arrott. and bavin been prev
iously fur felted to the state and afterward on the
day and vear aforeaald sold an forfeited property,
towit : Lot four (4). in section sixteen (1(0 town-
sli'p fourteen (14), so nil and in raiit'e two ill. west
of the hid P. M. Tho time allowed by law for the
redemption of said real estate will expire on the
17lh duv of October, A. D. 1M.
0 WKKJHT, Purchaser.
Cairo, 111., July 3rd, A. 0. !8SJ.
'AX ITKCHASEirs NOTICE.
To Thomas B. Vallettc orany other person or per
You are hereby notified that at a sale of forf lted
real estate, In the county of Alexander and state ol
Illinois, held by the county collector of said coun
ty, at the southwesterly door of tbe court honsn iu
the city ol Catio, in said county and state, on the
17lbdayof October, A. D. ISM, the uudersicui'd,
in accordance with an act entltl. d "An art of the
general as-embly ol the state nf Illinois entitled an
act to amend section -.itl of an ac' entitled an act
or the assessment of prunerty and for tbe li yy
and collection of taxea, approved March Wall.
li7J," approved June .nd, lsl. in force Joly I t.
IWI, purchased the followlnc described real mute
situated In the eonnty of Alexander and state of
Illinois. lor the taxes due ana unpaid thereon for
the years A. I, 17.1, 174, ls75. 1S70. Is77, 1S7S,
i aud IKMJ together with penalties and costs:
said real es'ate being taxed In tho iitttm of Thom
as B. Vallette, and h vlng been previously fo
fetted n the state and afterwards on the dav and
year a oresald sold as forfeited property, to wlt:
i or tin '4 hi lucow oi s'-coor iweniy-nii.e tvno.
township fllt.'en (15 , south and tn range two (i),
west of the rtrd 1. M. The time allowed by law
for the redemption of said real estate will txulre
on the lTlli day of October. A I), mi.
O WKKiHT, Purchaser.
Cairo, Ills.. July 3rd, A . I). lsi.
TAX I't'HCIIASEK S JiOTICB.
To K. Ireland and the unknown owners or o'her
panics interested :
Yon arc hereby notified thai at a saic of forfeited
real esiiite, In the county of Alexander and stale
of Illinois, held by the county collector of said
rout ly, nt tho southwesterly door of Ihu court
nous.- in uie ctiv oi i iiro, in saut roniitv and
slut, on the llth'dny of Ocoher, A. l. 11. In
xecordame with an ct of the genera assembly of
the statu of Illinois, enlilU-d "An act to amend
section Jfci of an art entitled an ad lor the assess
ment of p oi erlv ind for the levy and collection of
'h s. approved March ho. 1h7," approved unci,
Ismi.iii force July , lpfll, the underslened nnr-
rha ed the following described real estate situated
in the county or Alexander and s'aie or Illinois,
towlt: Nw I, of the nw of lei lion IS, In 'own
ship II, south of range 2, west ol the ;ird I. M. ;
s il i lioid nlnve described helne so'd for the taxes
due and unpaid thereon for the years 1H74. 1H7'.,
IV'i. 1S77. 1S7S, 1S7 and INHii, together w.m pen
uhio s and costs, said land hnrin been previously
lorlelted for said years and ollur-d and sold after
wards as above net forth as forMted propc-ty;
said land being taxel In tho nmnc of K. Ireland.
That the time allowed by luw for tho redomp ion
or said real i s ate will expire 1 u tbo 17th day
of October, A D. 181
ioiin o tks, rutcimser
Cairo, Ills , July 3 d, A. I). IhjM.
PAX rUltCllASEK'h NOTICE.
To Thomas Jessup nnd Juines E. Itlytbu, owners,
or any oilier petson or persona interested:
You are hereby notified that nt a sine ol forfeited
renl estate, in the county of Alexander and state
of Illinois, held by the county collector of said
county, at the southwesterly Uoor or the court
house iu the city of Cairo. In sall county and statu.
on the 17th dav of October, A. 1). 181, tho under
signed, in Bccordunce with an ct of the general
assembly ol the state of Illinois, entitled "A 11 act
to amend section am or uu act entitled an act for
the assessment ot uronerty anil foi the lew and
collection ol taxes, approved Much 31, IHVi," an-
pruvun .111110 x, ivu, in rone .July 1, ltwi, pur
chased the following descriln d real estate ltnnld
In the county of Alexander aad statu ot Illi
nois, for tho taxes due and unpaid thereon for
thu years A. I), 1874. 1875, lsVll, h77, KH 1S7
and hsn, together with penalties and costs; said
real o-tatn having been previously fotl'ctied to I lie.
s am and aferwards on tho day and year sforn'sld
sod as lorlulted property, sanl lauds being tatetj
In the name of Joseph l.ti.iro, ami described as
Mlows, to wit: The south nart of the sw u m
section twenty one ('-J1), In township fifteen (l.'i),
south and In runjfo three (3),wcsl of tho 3rd P. M
(being 40 acres ofl otttio aotith sldu of said quarter
section), and that the time, allowed hy law fur
tho redemption of said real estate will expire ou
tuo nin nay 01 vcioncr, a. o. issj.
,iuu?i uatks, rurchaser.
Cairo, Ills., July 3rd, A. I). 1883.
ryAX PUKCUASEK'S NOTICE
To K. E. AlbrlRhtor any other persuti or persons
You areiierehv notified tbnt at a rule of forfeited
real estate, III tbe county of Alexander and stale
of Illinois, held by tho county colloclor of siild
county at tbe southwesterly door of I bo court bouse
in tnecity 01 Liuro, in said county and slate, on
tho 17th day of October, A. I). 1881, thu onder
elgtiuil, In accordance with an a '.l of the guuenil
assembly of thu statn of Illino.s, entitled "An set
to ameml section 'n or au act entitled an act Tor
tho assessment ot property and lor tho lew and
collection of taxes, approved March Both, 187.!," ap
proved June 2nd 18H1. Ill force July 1st, 1881, pur
chased thu following dnscrlbod real slate situated
tn the county of Alexander and statu of Illinois,
for tbe taxusnuu and unpaiu llierenn lor tho years
A l. 187d. 1877, 1H78, 1871) and laso farther with
penalties and casta: sai l real estate being taxed
In the immii of K. E. Albright, and having boon
previously forfeited to the state aud afterwards on
1I1 day and yoar aforesaid sold aa forfeited prop.
ertv, to-wlt: Thee Jfof thesw of sue Ion Iwen-ty-tline(U3),
In township fourteen (14), south and In
ringe thre (3), west of thu Hr t P. M. The tiino
Mowed by law for tho redumption of said real us
aie will expire on thu 17lli day of nctober, A. U.
1883. u WltlUttr, Purchasur.
Cairo, Ills., July 3rd, A. t. 1883.
Wllr.,sa .l..l.h Ui.mb. u..,l Un...u Ma uf,f..
. . . uuu. b.iu aiirau o'n, u.w wt.w,
aid hy their sale tuorigugeo, bearing datu January
Ult, 1871), und recorded in Hook lu of I'oeds, lu the
rer.ordui'a otlko of Alexander count v, Illinois,
couvey and mortgage to Uio undersigned the fob
lowing described real estate, situated in tho couu
iy of Alexander nnd cUynf Cairo, 1 liuols. to-wlt:
Lot unmben'd twelve tnlrueu 18). fourteen
(14.) aud fifteen (lb), lu block nmi.btrd three (S),
In the First Addition tu the city of Cairo ufore
sald, to socuro 1I10 i aviui nt ol a certain 1 romla
tory note executed bv the said John Kproat, In
aid a!o uio tgK0 lully described; aud whereat
delault has been made 111 ihe payment of said note
und thu taxes du upon said iota, and said note
remains together Willi said taxus, long since past
Hue and unpaid bv siild fpioal. Now, therefore,
011 appllcaiiou I the bgal holdt rof said note aud
uuder und hy virtue ol tho penal provisions and
power of sale lu said sale muitkiige, 1 tbe uuder
sighed will ou
WKDN hSIAY, jfLV KIOHIKENTH,
at thu door ol tho court-house, in said county ot
Aleiandrr, city of Cairo and stain of Illinois, it
the hour of !J o'clock p.m. of sild day, offer lor
sale and sell at public auction to tho highest bidder
lor cash, the above de rrlbed real estato to pay aud
ntlsfy thu amount 1 f principal and Interest due
upon said note, and the Hues paid 11 won said lots,
as Is, 111 hiid hy said mortgage, provided.
Dated Cairo, 111., jmv gmi, 11. t..
WAl.l KK HYKI.0P.
,, . as Treasurer aud Mortgagee,
"ruen Adllh.rt, Attorneys. 7sM!wd.
'UX PLltCIIASEH'S NOTl'-E.
To E. II. Itood, Eiei klHi Thomas and the uuknowu
owners, or parties Interested:
ou aro hereby notified that at a sale of forfeited
real esiato. in the county M Alexander and state
ot Illinois, held by thu county collector of said
county, at the southwesterly door of the court
house lu tho city of Cairo, In said county and
slate. ou the 17th day of October, A. U. 1881, lu
accordance .with an act of the geueral assembly of
ihe state of Iliiu, its, mtiiled "Au act to amend
ectiou -.M3 of an act entitled an act lor the assess
ment ol property and lor the lew and collection
ol raxes, apt roved March ;n, I87'J," approved June
'!. ISM, in foreo July I, Isiil, the uudersigaed pur
chased tho following described real estate situated
u tux county of Alexander and stale of Illinois,
lor the taxes due and unpaid thereon lor tho year
A. l. is;ii, i;7, is;s, isru and laso, together with
pens lies aud costs ; sanl (eal estato having been
previously forfeited lo the Male and afterwards a
. r..ril. A .... .1 .. .. J .
b. ...n-ii-ii 11 so 11 up lorieneu prop
erty, the tamo being taxed In the name of E.ek el
Thomas, and detcr.hcd as follows, low it: Lots
1. uu u, iri 01 sun ion suti eu tin), in tow nship
'ourteen (14). south ami lu range- one, we-t or the
Mril I" . M . Hitri hut , l.u tin, a ull..u'U.i i.u I.- r... .....
- - . -- , . -. ...... .... ununi i ,.j I... , ' ' u
redemption of said real estate w ill expire on thu
, JHN USTE8, Purchaser.
tairo. Ills., Joly 3rd, A.I) 18v1.
'PAX PCKCUASEK'S NOTICE.
To Claiborne Winston and the unknown owners
or parlies interested :
You are hereby notified that at a sale of forfeited
real estate, lu tbe county of Aleiandirand statu
of Illinois, held by the county collector of said
county, at tho southwesterly door of the court-
House in ihe city 01 c aim lu sld county aud state.
on the 17th cay of O. tuber, A. I) 1881, lu accor
dance with an an of the general assembly of ti e
slate of llliaols. entitled "ah act to amuud seal u 11
-Hi of au act entitled an act for the assessment of
property and for tho lew and collection or taxes.
approved .March 30, Mi," approved June S, I8nl,
tn force July 1, ISftl, the undersigned pun ha-ed
the followlug described real esiute sltimied lu the
county o( Alexander and .Male nf Initio!-, lor the
taxes due and unpaid t hereon for the years A. 1).
1S73. 1874. 15. l7ti, 1S77. Is7 187!) aud 1mi,
together with penalties) and costs; sanl real estate
having been mevii.us y for.'e U-d to thu state sod
afterwarrla offered ami sold as a fulfi lled propeity
as above set forth, the s.nmc I11-I113 taxed in the
name of I'lathorne Winston, and described a, fol
lows, to-wlt : East ball' of the 1101 luwest quarter
or sertion twel.tv fuur 1 l In l.tuiidl.li. r.ui -.
teen (I4i, south anil !n range t'iree. west of 11,0
3rd H. .V.. ai.d that tti 'titne allowed by law ,r
the ri'dempttoii of said real estate will ex pile i n
thu 17ihday ol Oct .ber. A. 1) lv3.
juii. ha 1 km, 1 urchaser.
Cairo, Ills.., July 3 d, A. I), lss.1.
PAX PUItC HAYEK'S NtiTICB.
ToE. II. Itood and the unknown owners orparties
i' irresieu :
You are hereby n rifled that at a sale of forfeited
real estate, in tho con t of A exarjii r and s'ate
of Illinois, held by Ihe county collector of ss.d
county, at the southwes erly door of dm
courthouse lu the rtlv of Cairo, iu s Id coun
ty and state, ou the 17th dav ol October, A.I). 18-1,
in accordance with an act i f the general a-semb.v
of the slate of Illinois, eu itled "An act 10 amcLd
section -Au of an act en'illed a'i act for the assess
ment of property and lor the levy and co lecllon of
taxes, aoproved March :'t, approved June .',
isHi. m lorce July 1. 1-81, the undersign, d imr-
chased the follow ing described real es ale situat.d
In the county 01 Ale. ander and stale of Illinois,
for the taxes due and nnpaid tl.rn-on, for the vssrs
A. I). 187ii. 18. 7. 1H78. 1-7' and I8SI, together with
penalties and cwsts; raid rial estate having his n
previously f. r'el'td n the state and afteiuariti
sold as forfeited proticrtv as above set forth, the
same being taxed in the na'ne of K. H.Kiod.aid
described as follows, to-wit: Lots 3, 4, n and ii.
part of section sixteen In , In township fourteeii
(141, south and In range, om, west of ttietliltd I.
hi., and that the timehlnwed by law for t lie
redemption of said real esiute will expire ou tlie
l.th day 01 uctoberi A. n. ISM.
.)on liA 1 ks, j'urcbasir.
Cairo, Ills.. Ja'ySrd, A. I). 183.
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