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The queen of the fitlrlea, ono moonless night.
uoi msi in an orennru, no matter win-re,
The frollcaomo stars tin.) all taken flight,
And gono with the sun to the Chiiit-sefulr,
There wasn't a firefly lamp in slirht.
Not a glow-worm's spurk lit tno cheerless
While In royal logger all tirdtuht
The poor little qucon mood shivering there.
mere was pionty or rud iirneittii tno grass,
Hut sh hadn't a Hint or a tlnder-hox,
Or a lurlfer match at hor command,
Bo she Mood andwlnkr-d atlho solid rocka,
In hojw I suppose, wlih a smile or a grin,
They would 0ien thnr Jaws and lot nor in.
But they diiln't atir: no the blow her horn
To summon hrr vssrals from near and far:
For brr snow-white dross was draggled and
And hrr thorn-pierced hands bore many
So she stood and shivered and blew till more
Came out of the East in her rosy ear,
And back to the sky came each truant star
Concealed In the glory of day new born.
There was plenty of room beneath the irrass
Where the might have concealed her touxlcd
But the fairy queen was a warwnrd lass,
to she stood and winked at the solid rocks
Bbe winked her eyes and dimpled her chin,
In hope they would open and let hor in.
Boon loud in the stable yard crew the cocks,
And louder chanted each cackling hen
As she thought triumphantly, now and then,
Of ber socrot nest In the dark, blgh box.
Bo the queen was wroth wltb the heartless
That left ber exposed to the gaze of men,
And vowed she would never go back again
To her fairy palace wltb granite locks.
Bbe would sulk no more like the cunning fox
And hurry away to a secret don,
But sing with the lark and build with the
And scamper and play with the girls In
So she turned herwand to a bundle of phlox,
nn scoraiuu tossing ner pretty einn,
Bbe renounced forever her fslry kin.
A OOLLEGE-BEED COWBOY.
A Frightful Catastropha in Which two oi
His Companions were Soiled,
The Little Frenchman Riinein South
western Xebra-ska, is perhaps one oi
the most celebrated cattle sect ions of tin
country. In that neighborhood Hugh
itt was one of the most noted of tin
cowboys. A college graduate, ho com
bined intelligence with that rare cour
age which the better class of cowboyt
always display on the range. Ho was
more than valiant. In prosecuting hit-
work as foreman for the largo herd
which he controlled ho was at timet
carelessly desperate; so much at times
that his acts were the cause of not a lit
tle anxiety to his employes.
On the day in question the herds oi
tne several stockmen wero well gather
ed on tho brink of n largo mesa which
overlooked tho Little Frenchman River.
The blufl' was at least 100 feet above the
stream. While tlin cattle were boinp
cut out, a steer broke away and made
a dash along the edge of tho yawning
chasm. Reneaih was the swiftly pas"
ing water and sharp jutting rocks.
There wero l.jo cowboys in the circlo,
tho number being equally divided among
tho.,otiiliu. , A representative of each
put spurs to his horse and made the
chano. llughill was the foremost. Fol
lowing him closely were William
Thompson ami John (Irecn. All three
circled lassoes above their heads,' and
dug the smiT points into thoir iirws'
sjdes until tho blood .spurted, It, was
V A RIVALRY UK HoKsKMANSllIV
and hording valor. ; Neither for, a' mo
ment thopglitdf an. impending doom.
Fatality had uo.jooni !u their contem
plation of tb.TroMrit. It was ,j0 Dr j,e
dishonored in the round-ub, find , they
urged their ponies madly onward in the
Tim crowd, 160 strong cheered wildly
and then watched with bated breath".
Along the edge of the awful precipict
the now maddened steer plunged, the
three ambitious horsemen closely pursu
ing and eagerly awaiting an advantage.
When about 2"H) yards away from the
herd, and as tU surrounding cowboys
were about to utter another yell of en
oouragenient, a cry of destruction and
death went .heavenward. The earth
moved as if an earthtpiako had rent it,
and steer and horsemen disappeared
The party rushed to the point of look
out on the chasm only to see beneath
the mangled bodies of dead and dvino-
bile the members stood paralysed on
the brink, yet irresolute as to what they
should do, Hiigbitt was observed apriti".
ing to his fcot. His horse responded to
the. release, and the rider, alter some
dillieulty mounted. The twain, by a
circuitous route, then slowly climbed
back to the mesa. Dismayed" by
T1IK DKKAPH L (' TASTItfil'IIK,
the cowboys wcr mill standing be,
numbed with dread, when the maimed
man appeared among them.
n mere s a man among you,
aid feebly, "go with me to the
road. I want to go homo to mv
MM.I tilll.. ....... 4 ' . I t, J
buvi mini wiius m tircciey.
It was then dusk. There were plenty
of tho sturdy fellows nmdy to accom
pany the sufferer, and the trail was im-
ujuxiauiijr maun across mo country to
cawJti mo train oi mo next aav.
ivicanwiiiio a descent was in ado Into
ttia canon by a rescuing party. The
Steer, tno causo of the disaster, escaped
injury. Green was found almost bur-
tod and dead. Ho was bruised consid
erably nnd all his limbs were found bro
ken. Thompson tvns also dead and
lawfully mutilated. The pommel ot
his middle had completely disumboweled
hltn. His entrails wore found scattered
long tho cliff for thirty feet or more.
Hit horso was
MANOI.KI) OUT OK ALL BIIAPK.
Grten's animal was Injured so badly as
to be nnablo to arise, and he was shot.
It wai twcnty-oljht miles to Culbert
foa Station and a weary ulht' ride.
The party escorting Hughitt never heard
a worn oi Muttering from bis lips. Fin-
ally bo began to blood at tho lungs, and
a halt was made to dctormiue the ex
tent and nature of bit injuries. He was
dismounted .nd exafulued. imairino
me surprise oi tno escort when they
iouna tnat ne was maimed almost to
death. His collar-bono was broken.
Ills right arm wa4 fractured In . two
'places, and from hfs ' right sldo thero
ooiruuea two oroicen nos. Add to all
this the fact that he wai also internally
injured, as evidenced by the blood vom
it, and the condition of tho sufl'urer can
be realized. ' 1 '' 1,1 1 '
The examinati6n concluded, It was al
most Impossible for him to regain his
feet or the saddle ,
"lou hail better go to tho railroad,
Uiariey," stiggested one of the party;
-lei us camp noreior mo nignu"
" "Don't disarm mo. bovs. ho mutter-
; ed weakly, in reply, , 'hon't lake my
pisiois. i want to once more
SEE MY WE, AND CHII.DItKN.
After that I expect it's all uo with mo.
The remount was made, and tho sad
journey was continued across the prai
rie anu inrougn tno DieaK nigiii. ,
Hughitt never snoko a word.
tiianoy, ' Baiu ouo oi his cttinjtan-
10ns, tonueriy, as tno aarkness ot after
midnight enshrouded tho party, "if you "
uie wnai what shall i tell your
"Toll her, ho . responded faintly,
"tell her that I died in the saddle think
ing of her and tho babes." ,
A long sileuue followed which ho at
. "Don't talk that way," hesaid, "don't
diHoourago me. All I care is to get
nome, and mat kind of talK tloosn t
make the trip verv easy to bear."
The balance of the journey was con-
uucieu io suoneo, uio men alternating
in supporting mm in tno wvthlle when
weakness attacked him. (Jomplutely
worn oui oy me long journey, tne party
arriveu at c-uiDerison about noon.
hen the station hove in siirht the suf
ferer revived and began to express hopes
oi recovery, lie was placed on the aft
ernoon train arriving at the hour stated.
"Thar is the grittiest man I ever met.'
said the cowboy, in rounding off his ac
count or the occurrence. Denver A cui.
One or the Ottar.
He was a young man who had just
come into possession of a legacy of $15,
000, and be went to a retired Wall street
speculator for advice.
"You think of going into Wall street,
, "Yes, sir."
"You yearn to double your money f"
"Well let's see; this is Wednesday.
There's plenty of timo before Saturday
night. Begin this afternoon."
"Yes, sir." ' .- .-.
"And by Saturday roti'Il either ha.v
to go to work bv the day to earn your
living, or you'll be in a position to in
vest about $23,000 in something that
will pay somebody to scoop you."
esnoii bin, jo doj up ui uiqtr Apooon
lnttiji!fT'p13;)tiojojttu uo ji)biuit pod
-din 'l 'Suippii ,v'ipjaiJju iii uAatpxj
"JIa uetn oi pstuin a.hjunu etix uou
-Bflnjuoa 9i jo ouo pajuois ,,'auniw
nMop Mon TiUiuml wjof),, u-qjaq
Aionn io3 ,ut ppioM ,otu B-juao
AjJo; Mjn Bjiiop 9Ai :pniuiti.ua jo
-q.ru.ud otj pun 'pojunoa bjom sSuujyjo
9tj pojuqmnoo amiwud doad ejtq.vi
0,IX ..WphUOja op JO A9UOUI0H
-1 v io .(ttp j3t1)0 pinddu uo opvtu
mo.ti?oquo try joi;)ti;ud jiojoioo y
' The Market.
ThuuhdavEvkkino, Jul? 5th, 1883.
Tho weather is clear and hot, with pros
pects of rain within the next 24 hours.
The market remains dull and un
FLOUR Dull, weak and lower.
HAY Demand fair lor choice.
COUN Demand light, little on the
OATS Steady at quotations.
MEAL Unchanged, little moving.
BRAN Quiet, little on the market.
BUTTEIt-Choice fresh butter finds easy
sale, but common is not wanted.
E0G3 In fair demand, with few on the
market. -;. .' - ,.:
CHICKENS Choice young chickens
are in good demand at quotations.
FRUIT There are few berries coming
in, they find sale at quotation.
POTATOES! Little demand, receipts
light. - - ,! ,,,,, ,
Sales ana Quotations.
NOT!. Tht prices bar given are for sales from
first bands In round lots. Ad advance I.
eharred for broken lots in rlillngorriurs.
300 bMs various grades.
iwi nms eiira lancr..,.
Iim. LLi. r i. -
m, mmuv ,,,
1 car mixed
li oars choice email hales ,
J cars Rllt edge small bale
1 car white In bnlk.
6 cars mixed In bnlk
i cars In bnlk
i car in sack
!'; Mils City la lots
iw ddis city.
1 carlo sacks.
f" ponnds choice country
NHi poands choice Northern dalri "
600 pounds bouieoru Ins! fresh.'".
NINtNtllMllli tt t-MtMl lllll
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
S cooes buns
8 coops young chickans..,.
Scoops young chickens..,.
.8 oo:, 3
90 crates blackberries
aicratesblacs raspberries ,
n i noxes tomatoes, -,...,
... ... nlnni. n,IU
1 0031 i!
(0 boxes apples
New uotutoes our bush.i
New potatoes, per bbl..
loi cut 'i 4 0 a5 10
H. U. Hams .
. 1 Ui
Peaches, halves and uaarters
Choice, ' Factory.
Dry Flint choice.
Sheep Pelts, dry .
Sheep Pi-Its, green
. 4 Witt S '
jOw Leaf ,
4 wt is
(lor i Leaf
. .vw : .'(
, 7 50tt 9 "
HAT US OK FHSIUHT.
Mo ii phis n
i v ur:ni, vi
ITeicns, Ark !.'
Warbulow Memnhls. 171
f ree of Cliarg-e.
All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, HronchitiB, Less of Voice, or an af
fection ot the Throat and Lungs, are re
quested to call at Barclay Bros' drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, 1'reo of
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar-size bottle will do. Call early.
I have been a Hay Fever sufferer for
three years; have often heard Ely's Cream
Balm spoken of in the highest term; did
not take much stock in it because of tha
many quack medicines. A friend persuad
ed me to try the Btlm, and I did so with
wonderful success. This recommendation
you can use for the benefit of Hay Fever
sufferers. T. S, (Jeer. Syracuse. N. Y.
Price 50 cents.
To all who are suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will core you, frkk
ok , ciiauok. This great remedy was
discovered hy a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to tho Itev.
JoRK.ru T. Inman. Station D New York
CHEAP EXClItfilON 1UTE8 KVEBT DAY Dl'H
IN0 TIIK Ht'MMER TO SANTA FK, NEW
Slltltft Fe, New Mexinn. ia'the nlilcst ritv
in the United States. It has reached the
t-nd ofits first third of a thouonnd yenrs
its tertio-iwillcniHl period. TheTcrtlo-Mil-
lunniai tmiebration and Mining and Indus
trial Exposition, which will be inaugurated
there on tho 2d of July and ci,)B0 orjt10 ad
or August, will bo an event of treat histo
rical vas well as practical importance- to Uio
country at larKo. It in intended to com
memonite the three hundred and thirty
third anniversary of tho Bpanmh settlement
of the place.
Which will constitute the practical part of
ho celebration, will bean epitome of tho
mineral, ..cultural, horticultural, stock
an (-.juoral imluHtrial resources and cana
h.litiesof the Territory. ThS SurSoii
who are interested i eithe 1'
H.i ' unity Io viait New" Mexl J thf seaaoS
an tho low turo w II bu a i-r....t 1.... .
to nialcn tlm trln - 1 "K1'!1 iiiaucomcnt
filTiJ oil ef SKiT "'"I "hn
It hag boon tho Keneral belief heretof.tro
that agriculture in Now Mcx,f Slw S
pay. This is an unfortunate error At tho
of fruits and field products which vlo with
those of prolific Kaunas. With ir rinTiou
tho soil of the Territory ca, XtiTtl
. Hay Flour Pork
flcwt. V bhl. hbl.
1ft W .-5
4 SfTS K 37 W
no an 4.-)
Si 20 V)
i 2H 3J
FRIDAY MOUNIN'ii, JULY
yieiu immensely, and there is no pursuit
more remunerative than that of fanning.
II t ,
Agricultural products, ot all kinds, hruiir
high prices upon a itady maiket, always
access) ttio in tne 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 crazini
grounds lor countless nerds. A3 thq cele
bration at NmtaFe will bo tho means of
drawing a larger number of people into the
Territory than usual, owing to tho cheap
tare, an opportunity will uo cue red those
who may he Interested In stock-raisinp
im t'ELK UltATION.
in ...., i- ' ., . . .
will embrace many features tbe most novel
tin. I romantic, r or instance, three days
the JStb, 10th, and 20th ot July will be
devoted to the prewi -ntatlon of historic
bcent-H. These will represent the period
whirh Iihs trniiHiired since the settlement
ol the city, each day to represent a century
oi niHtnry nn.i irof;reriS. iim three civili
Ziitions will a I ho be represented that
winch exit-fed at the time of the coininc of
the conqueror, tlmt which tho Spaniards
brought with them and that which followed
the American occupation of 18-10. These
representations will be illustrated by caval
cades in costume, indicative ot tbe several
dibtiuctive expeditions into New Mexico
and the surrounding teiritnry. There w ill
also he tiuineruUH tableaux, the whole com
bining to make one of the init novel and
interesting exhibitions ever witnessed in
this country. There will, in addition, Ik
various Indian frames, races nnd dances by
the rueblos, nt-sccn. lints ot Hit- iiiicient in
habitants f the Territory; anil -use tides and
sham lights by the Zunin, with cxhibitioni-
ol their peetiliar ntisiiinl cert -monies, one
of which will he a primitive dance rerre
seiiting the irods and heroes of their folk-
loro mvtholoiry; native Mexican names.
dances and jugclingj original Aztec dances,
in which both Mexicans and Indians w
take part ; various Mexican sports and the
grand fandango; war and other peculiar
dunces by the MescaU-ro and
Jieiirilhi Apaches; exhibitions by Mexican
vaequcros in throwing the lariat;
a mounted tournament, in cos
tuines of three centuries bl'o
the San Domingo and Sandia feasts, and
other peculiar and interesting ceremonies
which would take much space and time to
KOL'ND thip flO.
The rate for the round trip from Kan.sao
City and Atchison, including Mop-off both
ways at the Las Vecas Hot Snnncs. is onl
Aln V .. 1 ' .
f-iu, wnue Hie tare Irom all eastern poin's
is compararjvely low. '1 he Las Vegas Hot
Springs are among tho most celebrated in
the world, and a cool and conilortablu re
sort for the hot season. There is every in
miccmeut to go to ew Mexico this su tu
rner and it will be taken advantage of by
inousamls who will improve this opportun
lty to study, under the bei-t posiblc con
ditjons, the resources of the Territory an.
investments, and also to enjoy for the time
the motd quaint and romatic spot in all our
country. It la an opportunity to see the
Southwest tbe coming country which
ought not to be lost by any who have any
amiimon io avail iticmselves of the un
equalled advantages there offered for en
gaging in mining, agriculture, fruit crow
ing, stock raising, or merchandise. These
low rate tickets over tbe Atchison. Ton. ka
& Santa Fe road are now on sale at Cairo
and all principal ticket offices, trood to re
turn till August 31st. ' (127 13d
To The West.
I here are a number of routes leadirn to
.i , . . . . . "
uieaooye-nientioneil section, but the direct
auu reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, buint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
nillnmn Palace hleenmir Cars of the verv
firest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Deoot. naHHonirers
! r ..." - - -
ior Kansas, Utilorartn.New Mexico and Cal-
:t -mm oonnect with express trams of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Onialm, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties t-nroute to the
west and Northwest, uot only fast tune
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Mmsoiiri aud Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, ic, of thit
lii.e, which will be mailed free.
C. 15. KlNNAN, F. ClJANDI.EH,
Asa't Oen'l Pass. Agent. Gcn'l Pass Agent.
O. T. Marks, Chicago. Ills., says: "I
nave used Brown's Iron Bitters, as a tonic,
and find it to tho best blood purifier that I
fUX I'CUCUASEtt'8 NOTICE.
To lh unknown owners and parties Interested:
You are hcrubv untitled that at a sale of forfeited
real ceUtu, In the county of Alexander and stutu of
urnnis, Held tiy the county co lector of en d lOiin-
tv, at the south westerly door of the court house In
the city of Calm, In said county aud state, on tbe
Klb day ofDc.toh.ir, A. I). 1X81., the undersigned,
In accordance wlih an act of the irwicral assembly
of the suite, of Illinois, onilt'i-d -an act toarn-nd
section -J. l of an act entitled an act for the assess
ment of property and for the lovy and collodion
of tines, approved March With, ImT'2," approve'
Jnneliiid, 1SHI, In force July t, Hhl. mirt-liaaed
the rollowltitf described real t-statu situated In Ihu
cwiuiy or Alexander and stale of Illinois for the
laves dun nnd iinnaiil thereon Tor tho years A. D.
h::i, 1N74, iMvr, 1870, IHJ7. 1H7S, 1S79 and
IHU1 1, together wltn pi-nallles and costs;
wj'...,rc' taxed In the nsino
of William 11. I'arrolt. and havluif been prev
iously forfeltu I to the stale and art.itwards on the
nay ami vear aforesaid sold as forfeited property,
towlt t Lot four (,), In miction sixteen (lilt, town
ship fourteen il l), smith and In ranire twoillj. west
nf.tliehrd V. M. The tluiu allowed by law for the
redsmpllon of said real estalo will expire on tho
17th day of October, A. I). IMA.
O WHK1HT, l'tuchaser.
Cairo, 111., July 3id, A. 1). 1HN.1.
IJIAX I'liKCHASEU'S NOTICE.
TIKAIbrlnht or anyutber person or persons
Y011 are hereby notified that at a sale of forfultort
real i-siatu, In the county of Alexiimliir and state
of Illinois, held hy the county collector of siil.l
county til the sunt hwosterlv door nrthnroiirt house
In thuclty nl'l'niro, In snld comity and state, on
Ihu 17th day ol October, A. I). 1HH1, the under
signed, In accordance with an art of ihu eii(iriil
assembly of the stilts ol Illinois, entitled "An act
to amend suction M of an act nntliled an act for
thu a's.issmiitit of property and for thu levy end
rolleellon of t axes, approved March Hillb, IH7il, ' ap
proved . Itine Knd 1HHI. In force July 1st, INK, pur
chased the followliiK descrlbod real i sluto sltualed
In the county of Alexander and statu of Illinois,
for I he taxes dim ami unpaid thereon fur the years
A. I). IK7H. 1M77, 1K7H, IH7H and IKml toRcthiir with
tieniillles and costs: said r al estate lieltni taxed
In tlin niitiiu of K. 1C. A Hit llil , mid havlnit been
previously I'm felted to the slate and afterwards on
lbs day and year aforesaid sold as forfeited prop
erty, to-wll: Tho. of the sw a of sooitnn twen
ty tlin eCJ.I), In township fourteen (14), soiuli and In
ratiitu Ihren (!l), west ef the llrd r. M. Thu time
allowed hy law for the redemption of said real el
ate will expire on the 17th day nM'ctuher, A. O.
lrx-l. O. WlllUlir, 1'urchaae.r.
Cairo, Ills., July 3rd, A. I), 1H81.
tjax Pri.ciiAsi:!," vouch.
To Thomas U. Vallotlo or any other pnrnon or per
sous lniHi.,t. ,i ' r
You are hereby botldrd thut ut a miln i.f fnrflinil
real r state, lu the county ol Aluiandi'r and state of
..iiuiiiR, nuiu 0y mo county collector of said coun-
uiaauuiawesierirauur of the conrt-bouse 10
the city of Cairo, in said couniy and state, on the
l.thdayof cictobur, A. D. 1881, the UDdorslKned,
tn acoordHnce with an act entitled "An art of the
general ae-rmblyot tu stnle if Illinois entitled an
act to ameml ectlou tfu t cl an am entitled an act
.nV . I, "'""J Pf'Vmr and for the levy
,""''tl""i of axi-(. approved Msr.h 3Dtb.
aif' , I'i;roved .luue .r.l. Iscl, In f(,re Jolyl-t.
issi, purchased the fnllnwlne dueenhrd real estate
nil , L" . '"""'T f Alexander and slate of
lorine taxes nne and untiald thereon for
and ISdU toxether wlih pi-naltlus aud costs;
I. i M"'M,e b0ln Ux,!1 lu ,u U"'"" of Thou.
is H. J allelic, nnd h-vlnir been previously f,--lulled
tn he state :nul nfu'rwarils on Ihedayand
f;,r,BilBd l"opy. to-wlt:
, i,.f,l",n ' of ei-ctior twenty-nine ('.'),
n"-;i-n (is. eoutli aud In range two (21,
west of tin) :rd p, m. The time allowed by law
i in ih. .iTi 1 'r',01 """ rua"-'"'a"' will "lire
..v., r ui ui.iuiirr. it. iiyi:,
n. , . , O WH1UIIT, Purchaser.
"" ') arn, a. u. ihm.
'JUX PL'HrriASEH'S NoTICK.
. ,r ,he unknown owucr or oilier
lou aie hi rhv ii,.iic.,i .h.. ... . . .. j
...ul . i -.- ma, ni aii : tii iiiricur.i
.if i in." !' !'.'8 ,couuy '-f Alexander and slate
i'lHIUIB, III- U l)V III H l-llllllttf ..j.t... .f .UM
coiuty nt the sniithwusterlv door of th ci.nri
.0.1 n.Vtl i 1". 'l ' ,"0' " C0U"tV ""d
statf.on tbolitb dny of October, A. I). 1SH1, In
II i li I U .a I ii . . ' - -
tl.,.,.V Tf t'lul '' "'' 's.n.l.ly of
sectiiinsiflofan a-t ..i,ilo,.H ... ' "
. ... t iiuiuir. Bin i' l 'aii ari in um..n h i
nit-i,t of D oi-erty and f..r tl, I, Vy and coln-cli-in of
isai. m fore.! .i.ii,-1 1.1 .1 .. t, . .
it, niiJii'Tt:ii ,Mnr ' is;-.' " uii.s.iv.i ,,... ,
, ,h "' ""'' real esiate Hllllali d
S-wh- t l0rA. "'"'"f '" "'aie of Illinois,
hin ii .V.. V.i; ",:l'on n. in town-
S',li",.'id.?,,JV".d:!.'cr"",d,"'l"K so'd for the iax.s
I' .rvil I ILI1 I'M V USSI III tttll it as ,
INTK lk?r u-j .u-... ... , . . " (ii,. ,p, i,
"'"i Ull MUMI irieiCOii fi.p Ih.l o?l 1-.
fi i-ri.il A t l i ""Hi nceii provliiu. y
a ' . ral" J "mi init-r-n ana stud after-
nr. ,(, (lr, . H rorMtHll liriilmriv .
'U 11111(1 IM'll L' I4XI! I 111 hi hi.mn r.f V I. ...I
.1 i...i li... - - ,
1 list til.) !ln:e u Powed In- Ihiv f.,r o... i..
m, n ai i k un- win exp-.ru i-n ibootTth
mi V. loner. ,k it. JW.I
.1011 N OA'I'Ka.
July a.-.i. a. i). ibm.
fUX PfKCHASElrs NOTICE.
i-.. ri , i i ... ... .
" ""i ami. i nines r,. wvtlie, owners.
or a y Other lu-lr-on nr M.-fki.tia I i i t ...I
You are hereby tintllli .l id At 11 .mil m i..r..iii.
real estate, in the county of Alexander and statu
of Illinois, b 1,1 l.y I he comity collector of said
county, at Die mmioweMcrly door of the. court-
ii.iui..: in uie my hi miro, in mh county andslati;,
ou tnu i.tn Guy or Octoh. r. A. D. Ishi. the under-
iKiie.i, in accoruaii.:e with nu ct of the. (fen. ral
.wnimy oi tne utile ol Illinois, entitled "An art
ui aiiieuu i-emiiu .-ri ot an net ciHIllwl n act for
uie asiegiim-iit hi property and fur tne levy mid
tiiiieiiiwii oi laxe. appioveil March :l i, 1"7," ap-
i'iiramur .. mi, iii i.irrc juiy i, l-yji, pur-
i "i" mi; uFi run u real ertale sltua'eu
ui inc coiirnv oi Alexander aad msi ,.
nois, ior tne taxes due and unpaid thereon fur
') a. ii. itr, 4. if ,r. ik;h. Pr7. is'.x. i:i
un riu, lOKFwicrwun penalties and cut;sl(l
real e.-tate having hi-eii previously furf.-lied totlio
p ib niiu ai .crwaras ou uie nay anil vear . fore-uid
sod as lurtolted tironerty. Ham laiuU t.niiio 1.....1
In the name of Jumuli I
1 1 HOWS, to Wit; III,. HOIltll Imrl nf 1 1... .
.v.,,, mvmj uur i.i i. in luwnsnip niteen (iro,
south and lu raiii-e three (3i, weet oftl.eHnl l. M .
(heliii; 4tiucrt-sotl odhe toiitn .tde of said ousrte'r
section i, ami ttmt tlie time showed by lnw for
me reneill in IOU OlfHltl Teal enlllte u- vtMi ....
.1... 17. i. .1.... r i. . . ... v...,.. ..u
. inn unj mi vn;iuiM-r. A. 1 irvul.
. ... , , -H'HN CiATKS, J'urchaser
Cairo, Ills , July IM, A. Ij. ls-vi.
II' I. . i
n UtTt'BH .lllllll hlirilMt lllirl CUrsK i:r,.t Kt- r..
did bv their sale nioril?.i-e. beariuir date January
Ist. K!i, and recoided In 15.,.,k Hi of Oeeds, lu lie
,,.,, , rtiexnn.nr count v, Illinois,
convey and nmrti:ai!e to the undersized the 1 1.
lowing uescrihed real estau, ntuated in thecotin-
ij oi Aiexeu.ier aim city of i airo, l linois. to-wlt:
i i ji. ''"' miriti-n iia;, lotirte.-n
w i; uu iincrn unj. lu lili.rk nun tn-r.-d three (3).
... .no .in nuuiiiiiii io i ne city ol i alro alnre-
piu, io mic ure tne layim-nt ol a certalu womie-
IS i t'Iecu"'" b th'f said John hproat, In
uiu umo i'iiiy uei.1 rineii ; ana wrores
Oi lauli bas been nsil in Die payment of said note
and the txe due upon i.i,l Inn, ami said note
remains tweth.-r with sai I ime. innv .ii,r.. n...
due snd nnpald by mid .tproat. Now, therefore
on application . f the l.iral holdirof said uoteaud
under andbvv'rtue ot Hie peclal provisions and
(...net ui piu in uiu sa e ninriirmi'e. i th iim,i..
lLCII It 111 OU
WEDNKSIJAT. Ji:LV KIOIITKKNTII
at the door ol the comi-bouse, In said nuty ot
Al.-xundcr, city of Cairo and slate of Illinois, at
the hour of 8 o'clock p. m. of s-ild day, off. r lor
sale and fll at public aurtlon to the highest bidder
ior imu, mo anuve ucrcrti ea rein estate to pay and
sutlsfy the amount df principal aud Interent due
Upon said note, and the laxrs tmld uunn a.i.l I,,
on ir, iu mm uj rani mortiisttu, proviaed.
i'mM vaiiv, u., JUIV 11U, I..
WAI. IKK HYSLOP.
as Treaiiurer and Moptuai'i-i.
ureen a unoiri, Aiiorneys. 72wd.
X PCUCIIASKR'S NOTICE.
Io E. II.' Hood. Ezekli-l Thomas and the unknown
owners, or parties interested:
1 ou are herehv notified that at a salo of rorr..lieH
rea esiaie. in tne countr of Alexander and state
01 Illinois, lu-lfl hy the county collector of said
county, at the southwesterly door of the court-
iioupu m me city oi t airo. in sa ri count ami
slate, ou the 17th day of October. A. U. lAf.1. in
accordance with an act of the tfeuural aseumlily of
iuu run- ui jiiiujii,, ciuiiieii - Aii aei to amenu
secnon s-n or an act entitled an act lor the assess
ment ol property and for the lev and collection
of -.axes, approved March , lhTil," approved .tune
U, Inst in fon o July 1, l(t)l, tliu undersized pnr
cliased the followlni! described real estate situated
in in county or Alexander and statu of Illinois,
for the taxes due and untiald thereon Inr thu v.nr.
A. I. IHVtl, 1S77. IS7S. l;aud Irlso, toRutber with
penalties and costs; said real estate having been
roviously forfeited to the .tate and afterwards as
anoye sa form, ollered atid so d as forfeited oron-
erty, the same lieiui taxed in the name of Exukiel
1 nomas, and dencr lied hs roilowa. in.uiii- i m.
Yi and 13, part ef section sixteen (Hi), In township
fonrteon (14). south and In ranno one, west of tbe
lird P. M., and that the time allowed by law for the
redemption of said real estate will expiruou the
iimuajr ui uuinuei, A I'. IV.:,
JOHN (1 ATKS. Pnr,h.nr
Cairo, Ills.. .Iiilyard. A. I) Ihm.
tAX PCRCIIASEIfii NOTICE.
Io Claiborne W Itistnn and the unknown owners
or parties inicresled:
10a are uereliy notinud Unit at a sale of forfeited
real estate, in the county or Alexander and state
of Illinois, hold by the county collector of said
conmy, at the souiiiwuiurly door of the court-
Louso in tliu cliyof I alro.lu sul.l coiiiuv and state.
on me uiu eay oi n inner, n . 11 isi, in accor-
uance wltn an act of the ui-neral assembly of tbe
stale of miaul, entitled "aii act to amend section
IWlof au act entitled an act fur the assessment of
property ana lor tliu levy and collodion or taxes,
11 pproved March .'Hi, iMt J," approved June !!, ihHI,
lu lone July 1, IHHI, tho iiiularslirucd pure ha ed
the following duxcrlhed r-al estala situated iu thu
county of Alexander and ttalu of Illinois. Ior thu
tsxes due and unpaid thereon tor the years A. I).
1S73, 1H74. lrl75. isTtl, IH77. 187S, IH7H and 1HHO,
toeuther with penultlea and costs; said real est He
havliiK biiett pievlously forl'ulted to Ihu state and
afterwards offered anil sold as a forfeited property
as above set forth, thu satuu helim taxed In Die
nsiuuof Claiborne Winston, nnd described as f 0
lows, t'i-wll: hast half 01 thu northwest quarter
01 seriion iweuiy lour l.i', in lowusm i lour-
teen (14), south and iii ranen three, west of tho
Drd !'. M.. mid that ill" lime allowed bylaw for
tho redemption of said real estate will c-xplru on
uiu iiin u iy 01 oci'inci , a . 11. ikwi.
iionn i.Ai r.h, l'tirctiaser.
Cairo, Ills.,, July fl d, a. 1), Ml.
TAX I'UHCUASKH'8 NOTICE.
To E. II. Hooil and the unknown owners orpartles
11. te rested:
You are hereby nntlfled that at a sale offorfu ted
real estate, In the comity of Alexander and s ate
of Illinois, iiui.i ny tnu couniy collector or sum
county, at. tho southwesterly door of thu
court house In tho city of Cairo, in end coun
ty and state, on thu 17th day of October, A. 11. IrHl,
In accordance wltn nnacior 1110 general iisacmmv
ofth.i stutuof Illinois, entitled "An act 10 am.itid
section una nf an act entitled an act for thu assess
ment of propeity aud lor the levy and co lection of
luxes, approved .narcii :o, inn, approved j lino y,
IriNl. In force .lu v 1TII-N1. tlin linilors pneil inr.
cnaseii inerniiowiiiK iiescriueu rem esiaiu situated
in the county ot Alamlcr and state of Illinois,
for the tuxes due and unpaid thereon, lor the yenn
A. 1). 1K7H. IS!?. 1H78. 1H7H and I8SD. t.iL'elber with
penallles and custs; snld real estate hsving been
i revloitsiy rorietiod to tnu state ana nrterwarita
so. d as forfeited property as above sot forth, tho
same hulnii taxed In thu name of K. II. Hood, and
described as follows, to-wlt : Lots a, 4, li snd tl,
Sirt of section sixteen (111), In township fourteen
I), south and lu raniio, one west of tne third I',
., and that tho time al owed by law for thu
redemption of said real estatu will expire on the
17t h day of October, A.M. 1hn:,
.luii.t ma i rurcnaser.
- Cairo, Ills., Julyard, A. U, iHail.
The Wonderful Efficacy of
BM been so frequetiUy aud satafactorfly promt
tiuX It susuia almost suiwrfluous to tar nythint
nor In their favor. The inuueaaa and oousUnUf
tncraaalnir demand f or tbuu, both In Uila and f oreia
countries. Is the beat evldntiee of their value, Tbelr
alebxlayintna Unllad State la far greater Uiaa
anjr other osUiarilo tnedldn. - This demand la
not spasmodic it Is nwular ajud steady. It la not
of bxlay or yesterday, It Is an luunauw that has bnua
t-dJlyinxittliitf forth LsiitUilrty. five yaart. Wlia
rt the masons for this great and growing- demand!
Ir. Holii.irU Mandrake PllUonntaln no mar
eury,aud y-t they act wtitt wonderful etfect upon
llu bvur. They oluausa tlie sUiuiaehi aud bmrnla of
01 IrrltatlD matt., which. If allowal o remain.
rolanusUie bloo.1. and U.nm on Malaria, ciun, UJ
rerer. and many oUjnr dlheaaea. They give hflalUi
ana strenu to the dureeUv onran. Xhey cnta
I'JI.t JVWnr to .U'9 Uoh 5"ttn. They
are lnfactUieniedicltia of all oUiera which shouia
,m, .t'tlnl'" UkUl rreeiit,wliennialarUlanJ
ottier eildemlia are rstrtaa-, as they i-n-re Uie sya.
lew to rosut attacks of iLaeaao of every character.
Ir. Kchrnck'e Mandrake miaj aresoMriyaU
onunrtnU at U jr.. r box, or aejit by m.n, postiaUd.
on reoetpt of ;inca.
Ir. Krkfinrka Dok on Consoaapiloii, IJt.
f-r Conplalai and Ityaprpalu, in Eu-Ui of
2?".'.Tv ""i u to 411 AdJpM ' J'
fr( III.NCK ,1; MS, I'hliadclphltt, Pa.
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St. Louis and Chicago.
Tlie Onlv .Lino Jtunninu;
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Making Dirkct Connection
I'HAihS I.xivi Caiho:
3:U5 m m. Mail,
ArrtvlLgln 8t . Louis I 45 a m. ; Chlcano. B:ip m.;
l oniiucitDg at Odin and KmnKham for Cincin
nati, Louisville, Indianapolis and points Bast.
11:1 i njn. Ht. Ijouia and Western
arriving in Ht. Louis 7:05 n. m., and connecting
for all points Went.
3;0O p.m. P'Ht JxprfsiH. s
FrHt. Louis and (.'hlraco, arriving at Ht. Louis
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7:) a.m.
:i:fi(l p.m. Cincinnnti ICxprnas.
arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisville ti:5
a m.; inuianapons 4;uo a.m. j'asseui;urs by
this train reach the above points Iii to 3u
HuUKS in advance ot any other route.
tTheV50 p. m. express has PCLI.MAN
M.KKP1NO CAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and tbrongb sleepers to fct. Louis and
Fant Time last.
pMCCiiTwroi'a hJ 10,1 llne d through to East.
1 aBnCJllicia ern points without any delay
caused by Bunday Intervening. The Haturdav after
noon train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
vornlug at 10:35. Thirty-six boure In advanceof
nv otnei route.
l'4yKor throUL-h tickets and further Information,
apply at Illinois Central Kallroad Depot, Cairo.
i. ii. .iupih a, Ticxei Ageni.
A. II. DAN80N. Oen. Pass. Agent. Chicago
H. 11. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
Il.UNOIB CENTRAL U. It.
Trains Denart. Trains Arrive.
'Mull H:ltt a.m. I tVsll :l)5a.m.
TAccom 11:10a m. 'Express 11 lOa.m.
(Express ....... 8.E0 p.m. Accom 4:15 p.m.
C. ST. L & N. o. R. n. (Jackson route).
tMall 4:45 a.m. 1 1 Mall 4:3()p.ra.
tttxpress HI DOa. in. I Enpress ....10:;ltla.m.
tAccom :w p.m.
bt. L. & c. it. it. (JNarrow-cauge).
Express 8:00a.m. I Express lil'ia.m.
rx.&Mail... 10:.-10a.m. Ex. Mail...4:l0p m.
A. com ia:5 p.m. Accom ii:oo p.m.
ST. Ii, ft I. M. n. R.
,10:30p.m. tExprcss 2:30 p.m.
W., ST. L. & r. R. R.
,..5:1.0 a.m. I 'Mall it Ex.. 9.30p.m.
,.4:0l) p.m. I 'Accom Ifl.-iiOa.in.
Mail & Ex..
..7:45 a.m. Freigbt 0:45 p.m.
MOIIILE A OHIO It. R.
... 5:55a.m. I Mall 0:10p.m.
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C. K. R.Ohroiigh lock mall). m.
R p. m.
4 p. m.
(way mall).. .'.' 80 p.m.
(Southern Dlv P- m.
Iron Mountain K. It 8:wp.m.
Wshash ft. K V-
Texas A Ht. l.ouls K. R 7 p. m.
Ht. l.onls SO.lroK.lt o p. in.
Ohloltlver . P. m.
Miss llver arrives Wed., Hat. & Mon.
departs Wed., r rt. a nun.
l'O. sen. del, op n from 7:0aui to7:M pm
P.O. box del. opon from 6a.ro. toBp m.
l-undays gen. del. open from.. ..8a. m. to lUa.m.
Bundsvs box del. open from.. ..6 a. m. to 10:110 am
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time to time In city papers. Change yc
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