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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN : SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1M3,
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All Communication! thould be addressed to
K. A. Pi UNA 1 I .
Publisbor and l'roprletor.
Tyinfr the Knot
"Thin In trim lover knot," ho rhM,
A be twisted ovit a hit t thread.
And carefully ilrnwlnir Hi" ends iut RtralKnt,
Prosentod the form (if the figure tiiKht,
"It K my diirliiur, a double noiiac.
Pretty to look at II iff t quite looeo,
Hut two hernia closely we limy unite,
Jiy pulling the end of the uord up tlht.
"Tlil li a howllne knot," quoth he.
To the merry maiden upon his knee;
"Ami terrible iliiuw on the mltrhty ship
U'ould happen, you know, If tins knot should
In dropping the anchor, In holstlnir tho sail,
In mkinir safe from the fearrul (rale:
And the tKiwIine knot you will understand
Hliouiil never be made by a cureless band.
"And this la a weaver's knot, ray dear,
An intricate pu.r. e to you I lear;
Hut you'll find you'll mien have use for It
When the children's stocking you learn to
O. what confusion and loss beside.
If tho knot In the warp were left untied!
Hither, and you woulJ the Rtiu.hu run.
And the weaver's weaving- he soon undone.
"In tying a knot, If you tie It wrong,
Tou can't depend on It very lonif ;
Hut If made, as it ought to lie llrm and fast
'Twill hold and tighten, and always laat
Now which ol the knots do you like the best?"
faid be and the maiden whom he addrcstiod
Like a woman answered, and queried, too,
"1 like the true-lover know llon't you'"
"Dear old Matf.r, -Shall be down at
Sllr-otes on the twenty-fourth, with an old
college chum, I'hil Lambert (Sir l'lillip,
ought to say). He's a capital fellow, but
rich and a little fastidious jxrhaps so have
everything In trim. Hut that warning is
unnecessary; you are always ready.
That simple note brought consterna
tion into tho quiet country household,
for tho cook ami nialil-of-all-work had
just taken French leave, and it would
be impossible to lill their places on
short notice, for servants did not nour
ish readily in the quiet little village of
"What shall we do?" exclainiud Mrs.
Mascall, glancing round at her three
daughters with an expression of tragic
'Telegraph to Bryan that ho must
bring a cook down with him," says
Ike, the youngest, with an irrepressible
"Nonsense! To-morrow is the twenty
fourth, and wo shall have to all enter
the kitchen, and tako it turn about, un
til I can engage a cook."
"Oli, mother! you know it would
opoil my complexion to bend over the
hot stove. That plan will never do,"
said fair (Jertrude, folding her soft, lily
"And if we do the cooking, who will
entertain Sir Diilip?" said Mira.
"Well, you know we cannot get one
now, for love or money," Bighcd the
"Yes. you can, mother mine. Here
is one for love." said brown-haired,
brown-eyed Beatrice. "I will be the
cook 'until you can get one, and Bryan's
fastidiOua friend need never know it
My nanift is Matilda. Juno and I'll pre
pare, the dantiest dishes, and you can
engage a boy to stay in the dining
room." Mrs. Mascall hesitated, but Gertrude
and Mira applauded tho plan cajrerlv,
as it would leave theru free to enjoy the
society of the rich young baronet, and
try their fascinations on nim, for each,
in the secret (letdlis of her own mind.
determined to wiu, ifwomau charms
had any power.
"You arc making quite a sacritioo,
Bee, my dear child, and I do not like
to have pou banished in that style."
"But it is sclf-banishmcnt," said Bee,
gaily, giving just one regretful sigh and
then entering heartily into tho work be
Bryan Mascall came at the appointed
time, iiccoiiinatiicd by a handsome man
of eight or niiu'-and-twenty, with blonde
hair ami mnutucln.', keen, clear blue
eyes and tho winning case and grace ut
one long ux-d to the re lined and cul
tured circles in society.
The. daughters of the, house were fault
lessly dressed, and elianninglv cordial,
and Mrs. Mascall beamed graciously;
but Isrvun glanced round with auissat
"Where is lice?"
"Slio she " the mother bean, and
then not being in the habit of telling
falsehoods, she broke down.
"She has gone on a visit to Aunt
Mary." said Gertrude, smoothly.
"Must have been rather sudJun!" he
"Oh, ves. Bee, dear child, is ho
flighty,''1 murmured Mira. turning to
Sir Philip, with a sweet smile and there
the subject dropped.
But passing through n back pinxiigo
an hour later, Bryan was uxtoiiinlit'il to
find a young person, half hidden in a
huge apron, in his arm; to feel the
fond pressure of soft arms around his
neck, the touch of a velvet cheek to
Hallo!" he cried, falling baok
"Oh, Bryan dou'tyou know me?"
"Bee!" no trasiied.
"No. Matilda Jane, the cook," she
coriVcM.' with a soft laugh.
"WUfc U the meaning of nil this niys
"ly.Kj't siicuk so loud," she said, am
then explained the situation.
"Mangitall! I'll have a cook, If ',
havMo tro back to town niter one.
Hera 3 lave brought Lambert down to
see you, mid then to flud you banished
to thu kiudien! I've a irroat mind to
raiseaiow.'' f '
"if jou doll -1 will snoiltho dlnnerl"
she cried, in alarm, tliuu disappeared in
Bryan glowered at tho bare wall a
inlnutA; then a sinilo suddenly spread
over his face, and he went buck to the
drawing-room whistling cheerfully.
The dinner was faultlessly cooked and
served and after it was over and her moth
er came out, insisting on washing the
dishes, tired Bee bathed her face, put on a
fresh, white gown, and taking a book,
sought the solitude of tho shrubbery.
She climbed to her favorite seat in tho
fork of an old apple-tree and had been
there long enough to get rested and
cool, when a gentleman came saunter
ing through the shady sweetness of the
Bee did not see him in time to run
away, or even got down from her perch
and sat still and almost breathless,
hoping he would pass by without seeing
But he came on straight to that par
ticular treo, a fold of her dress brushing
his sleeve. He glanced up.
"I beg your pardon."
"It is granted," she said, frigidly, ap
parently intont on her book.
Ho stood still.
"I am a stranger here; camo down
with my friend, Mr. Mascall, this morn
ing, ifou are a member of the family,
I presume?" lifting his hat and speak
ing in the most respectful tone.
Bee raised her sparkling eves, a slight
smile curling her fresh red lips.
"I am the cook, sir."
'Ah, yes! It must be delightful to
serve so charming a family." leaning:
against a low, sweeping hough, and
lookinnr at her with f rieudly very
fricndlv eves, thou-'ht Bee, fueling a
"Are you laughing at tliein sir? or
"No, indeed; I am in earnest!" he
- " . .. . . 1 . ll' . ...!.l.
"Just as l inougiu reauy to mrt wiui
n,!Linca nr imiil ' iiil line tn herself.
lUISIlvns ' I ...... '
She stole a glance at him. "He is very
handsome; but beauty sometimes covers
a vorv deceitful heart. I shall test this
He interrupted her thoughts.
"May I have an apple?"
"If von like them so preen."
Encouraged bv her friendliness, the
Erentleman drew nearer, nnd tl ?ir ac'
ouaiutauco protrressnd rapidly. , Sit
Philip exerted himself to be particularly
agreeable to the pretty cook, and she
listened and felt the charm of his man
ner, thourrh luvitisr ut retribution foi
That meeting was only the beginning,
A week passed, and every day the vi
itor nianared to see the cook, for Bee
still tilled that position, and, though in
ilirrniiiit at his persistence, she could not
keen the tell-Jale red out of her face
when slio metliis frank, admiring eyes,
or check a thrill of strange pleasure
when she heard his voice.
At last they succeeded in securing the
gernces of a stout Irish woman, and witn
a little nervous laugh, Beo said that
Aunt Mary wished her to return home.
"I will come this evening and bo in
troduced at the tea-table," she said and
went away to her favorito haunt. She
felt sorely troubled. It was her duty to
betray Sir Philip, but she shrank from
the task with trembling dread, ami li
nally decided to keep silent. Just as
she had arrived at that generous con
clusion he made his appoaranco.
"So your situation has been taken
from you?" he said with grave con
cern. "Yes," heaving a sigh.
"What will you do, child?"
"Try to find another."
"I can offer you ono if you will ac
cept it," speakingslowly and doubtfully
anil coming quite eloso to tier.
"You arc kind," sho murmured, av
erting her face. "What will I have to
"You will not have to cook. Shall I
give vou a list of your duties?'1
"If you please, trembling at her own
"Then tho first and most important
duty will bo to love me as dearly and
truly as I do you," coming nearer still,
and stretching out his arm until it half
"Sir Philip, how dare you?" she
cried out, turninr Iter flushed face and
flashing eyes toward him.
"Hush, Bee: until l have linishod.
"Bee? You know me then?"
"Yes," he said, and boldly took hot
"Now, how long have you known?"
sho faitered, blushing deeply.
Bryan told me the hrst day. ow.
may I go on and tell you about that?" of August, will be an event of great histo
"No. rieal as well as practical importance to the
"Why not, Uoe darling?"
"Iiocauso I am angrv, very angry,
and I 'wish you would go away," with
quivering lips and tears trembling on
"Not until I ask 3011 to be my wife,
dear. I tell in love with your picture
before I saw you, and vonr brother's
account of your manifold perfections
determined mo to see aud win you, if I
He talked very eloquently, and must
liavo won her complete for jmencss, for
when he lifted her dow n from her perch
.... 1 . 1. .. ..... .. 1 t . .
iiu nepi 11 er eiu.se 111 ins arms a minnie,
and stole a kiss from the sweet lips tin
They met Ilryan at thn upper od;:o
ol mo orchard, and lie eanm near buir
ging them both iu his intenso satisfac
(iertrudo and Mira could not grudge
lco s Happiness, nut they were nevi 1
able to understand how sho won Sir
"Hocauso she Is honest, nnd trtio-
hoartod, aud not so limit, snld their
"Hut sho Is not pretty."
"1 here I disagree with you; hut
there are other attractions besides beau
They continued to be ntiz.lcd. nossl
bly becauso they did not care to under
A Fatiguing Occupation.
"I feel bo tired this iiioi'iiiii' I can
hardlv lift mo nrriini to mo hcml."
"Why, you seemed to sleet) soundly,
m.. j ragau you ouiin iu leel re
freshed. V .
' "Yls.Cohmel, I oujiht to bo feolin' to.
freshed, but 1 ain't. It's snwin, wood
mat Is the latagin oeeupashun."
' "Sawing wood! Why, when have you
1 : . 1 nt. "
uoen Huwiiig wuuur
"Whin havo I, is it? Shuro nn' I
dliramort that I was snwin' wood tho
whole blbsed night, an' I didn't have
aveu a Pioco av bacou to irrasu tho saw
with. Ifeul broke up entirely." 2V us
Petroleum V. Nasuy.
I). H Locke, Petroleum V. Naby, (Editor "To
ledo Wake," write-: ........
I bad on a funiluger of my r1ht hand one of
thoiiu pli'sant puia, a "run round." Tho Alitor
hi came lntlamed to a dug icq unbearable and iwol
len to nearly twice It natural alt. A friend save
me IlKMiY'rt CAKHULiu oini ana intweniy
minute the pain had so much nbflded aa to give
me a fair nint' reel, which I had not had before
fur a week. The Inflammation bdt the (Inner in a
day. I conaider It a moat valuable article fur the
Cures 'I bo 1 lies Too.
Kulntard, of New 1 or k, write:
It iilve me treat pleasure to say that a tint e
box ef HENKV'H CAKBUMC 8ALVB effectod a
lute cure of Pile, with wnlcn 1 have been
led for over a year, and which nothing ulio
that I uej would cure.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child Buffering and
cryiug with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and gut a Dottle ot Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing Syrup for Childreu Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
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no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diurthiea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone snd
eneryy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of ono of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a oottlo.
Why suffer with Malaria? Emory's Stand
anl Cure Pills sre infalliable. never fail to
cure the tnoBt obstinate cases; purely vege
table. 25 cents. (2)
riuckien'8 Arnica salve
The Best Salve In the world for CutF,
lb uises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheura, Fever
Sores. Tetter. Chained Hands. Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures riles. It is guaranteed to gtvo per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
2,r) cents per box. For ssle by Harry
The e-rano eron of A. Sneer's vineyards in
New .Ti rsev last vear was double that of
any previous year. His vineyards in New
Jersey have so iucreased each year that he
has been enabled to keep a stock five or six
years ahead. None of his Port is sold less
than four years old. It has become a popu
Ur wine among the best physicians in New
York, and is largely used lor communion
purposes and for weak ami aged persons
For sale by Paul G. Schuh, diuggist.
A Sufferer From Khenmatism,
I limped about for years with cane,
and could not bend down without excruci
ating pain. Parker's Ginger Tonic effected
an astonishing cure and keeps mo well. It
is infallible. M. Guilfoyle, Binghamton,
Puke Coo LivkiiOil made from selected
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t Co, New York. It is absolutely pure
and sweet. Patietits who have once taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicians have
decided it superior to any of the othe r oils
CiiAri'Eu Hands. Face, iisipi.K3, snd
rouL'h skin, cured bv usiiiif Juniper Tar
Soap, made by Caswell, Hazard
True to ller Trust.
Too much cannot bo said of tin ever
faithful wife and mother, coustantly watch
iiiL' and caring for her dear ones, never ntg
leeting a single duty iu their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and the sys
tem should nave a morougn cleansing, tue
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri-
lied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Bittwrs are the only
sute remedy. They are tho best and purest
medicine in tho world and only cost nity
cents. Sold by Barclay Bros. (.4)
CIihs. Keisner, East St. Louis, says
"Brown's Iron Bitters thoroughly cured niu
CHEAP KXCL'IIKIOS KATES EVEHY DAY DUIl
INO THE SLMMEK TO SANTA KE, NEW
MEXICO. , ;
Santa Fe, New Mexico, is the oldest city
in the United States. It has reached the
end ofiistirst third of a thousand years-
its terlio-millenml period. TheTertio-Mil-
hiuiiul Celebration and Mining and Indus
trial Exposition, which will be inaugurated
there on the 2d of July uud close, on tho od
rieal as well as practical importance
country at lare. It is intendod to com
memorate the three hundred and thirty
third anniversary uf the Spanish settlement
ot the place.
Which will constitute the practical part of
the ce ciration. will lie an cnitome ol tne
mineral, tiL'ricuitural. horticultural, stock
and eeneral industrial resources and capa
bilities of the Territory. Those, therefore,
who are intert Me 1 in either miniug, a"ri
culture or Btock-raisiurr will have a good op
portunitv to visit New Mexico this season,
is the low faro will be a great inducemeot
to make the trip, The development 01 tne
iniiKSot this vast ngion has but begun
yet in the past year tho proportionate in
cro'iso in the output of ore was greater than
in anv oilier State 01 n-intorv. New Alex
ico's Hhowini' at the miuinu exposition held
at Denver last season showed, more clearly
than anything else, the vastness of its min
It hits been the general belief heretofore
that auticulture in New Mexico would not
pay. fins is an unfoitumite error. At tho
exposition will be seen samples of all torts
ot Iruits and Held products which vie with
those ot prolific Kansas. With irrigation
the soil ol the Territory can be made to
yield immensely, and there is no pursuit
inoro remunerative than that of farming.
Agricultural products, 01 all kinds, briuir
high prices upon a ready mat kit, always
accessible in the growing mining towns,
mid the cost tif raising is comparatively
small, as a cattio ami snecp country, too,
New Mexico cannot be surpassed. Her
valleys and niesss alfnrd line grazing
grounds lor countless herds. As tho cole
brat ion at tsanta ro will be the means of
drawing a larger number of pctmh' tutu tho
Territory than usual, owing to the chonp
fare, an opportunity will bo offered those
who may bo interested in stock-raising
Resides the practical, tho Tei tio-Millenlal
will embrace many leatures tho most novel
and romantic. For instance, three days
the ltith, 19th, and 30th of July will be
devoted to the presentation of historic
scenes'. These will represent the period
which has transpired since the settlement
of the city, each day to represent a centuty
ol history and progress. Hie three civili
zations will also be. represented that
which existed at the time of the coming of
the conquerors, that which the Spaniards
brought with them and that which followed
the American occupation of 184(5. These
representations will be illustrated by caval
cades iu costume, indicative ot the several
distinctive expeditions iuto New Mexico
and the surrounding territory. There will
also be numerous tableaux, the whole com
bining to make one of the must novel and
interesting exhibitions ever witnessed in
this country. There will, iu addition, be
various Indian games, races and dances by
the Pueblos, descendants ol 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 be a primitive dance repre
senting the gods and hemes 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 snorts and the
grand fandango; war and other peculiar
dances by tho alcscalero and
Jicarilla Apaches; exhibitions by Mexican
vncqueros in throwing the lariat;
mounted tournament, in cos
tumes ot three centuries ago;
the San Domingo and Sindia feasts, and
other peculiar and interesting ceremonies
which would take much space nnd time to
HOUND TltlP flO.
The rate for the round trip from Kansa-.
Citv ami Atchison, iiirludir.'' stop-oil tiotli
ways at tho Las Vegas Hot borings, is only
40, while the tare from all eastern pom's
is comparatively low. The Las Vegas Hot
Springs are amonu the most celebrated in
the world, and a cool and comfortable re
sort lor the hot seas'in. Iheru is every in
ducement to go to New Mexico this sum
mi r hud it will be taken advantage ot by
thousands who will improve this opportun
ity to study, under the best possible con
ditions, the resources of the Tenitory ami
invi stmerit", and also to enjoy fur the time
the most ouaint ami romatic spot in all our
coiMitrv. It is an opportunity to s-e tin-
Southwest the coming country which
ought not to be lost by any who have any
ambition to avail thenii-elves ot tne un
equalled advantages there offered for en
gaging in mining, agriculture, liuit grow-
n g, stock raising, or merchandise, mese
low rate tickets over the Atchison, fopeka
& Santa Fe road are now on sale nt Cairo
and all principal ticket offices, good to re
turn till August 31st. Ii2i-I5d
To The Went.
There are a number of routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
am) ri-Jialile route is via Hamt Louil ami
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are ruu from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City. Leaven
worth, Atchison, M. Joseph and Umalin.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cats ol the very
finest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New -Mexico and Lai-
if-.r'ijH nn..noCt with express trainsofiill
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trams lor Kanms ami M-urasKii
At Utiiaha, connection is made with tl.i
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through tne finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated mans, pamphlets, &c, of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. ii. K I.N.N AN. F. ClIANDI.KK,
Ass'MicnT l'as. Agent. Oen'l Pass Agent.
When- John Sprout nnd Surnh SuroHt, his wife.
did by llioir silo niortiMire, bcurini: dnte January
I -t. l-7!i. aiiil retooled in Hook 10 ol Heeds, III 'Uo
nlcr's offke of A'exandir rnuntv. Illinois,
convey and tnortnatrfl to the undersigned the MP
low described real esttt. Mtuated in the coun
ty of Alexander and city of t ii'ro, I llnots. to-wlt!
l.ot niiniliered twelve (m, tlilrt en ii3), fourteen
(Hi sun fifteen (l.i). in Ttloi-K 11 111 hi red three. 3)
In 1I10 Hirst Additioti to the citv of Cairo afore
said, to sc-turu tho payment ol certain t.roml-
v note executed b the said John ' Proat, In
said sain 1110 ti!a! fully decrih 'd; and vh' reus
(unit Iihs been niailo iu the puvmeut of said note
and the ( du tuion M let, and said nnto
remains io.'eter wltli sai 1 lax-.-s, lone since Past
1 li'-. uud 11 ti I' Kid liv snld Sprcmt Now, therefore.
011 apt Itrailon f the ! U'al holdtrof said tioieaud
under and liy v'rtue ol the nei-:al provisions and
poueref salo In u!d saio inoiluaiie, 1 the under-
slM-d 'lll on
MONDAY. Jl LY IIIKTIETII. lw:i,
at the door ol the coiot house, in said Cnnuty ol
A 1. x iiiiil. r . city of Cairo and stale of Illinois, at
the hour of S oVIock 11. m . of s.ld day, off' r fir
sale and sell at public auction to the hlhet bidder
lor cn'U. 1 lie atiove de-crltied reateetate to pay ami
"itisfy the amount of principal and Interest due
upon snld note, and the taxes paid usou nid lot,
a is, in hiid liy snld mortiaire, tiroviueu.
jiateu uairo, in., July hhi, ihki.
aa Treasurer and Monea.'ee,
Oieen Si Ollle rt, Attorney. Tll iwd
liy virtue ef un execution Issued out of the
clerk's otlb:o ol the circuit ciurt of Alexander coun-
tviiud state ofllllnni. and to inn dirucn rt, -vhere-
tjy I am commanded to make the amount or a cer
tain juiluii.cnt recently obuiuod against II K. Wil
nuiiru mill Wllllum uKotierin tuvoroi rreiionuo
llrost, plantlff, beforo Geo. K. Olmsied, Ksij., a
police tnnKlstnitv, In and for the city of Cairn, a
transcript ol which ha been duly tiled Int.iosmu
clerk's olllcu as required bv law mil of tho lands,
tenements, uoods mid chafes of Ibu said Ib-ii
r. wiibourn snd William VVaenner. I have levied
on the follow Inu 4 ecrihid property, to-wlt: 'I'lie
soutiica-t 01 tne southwest nimrtpr of sec
tion ItM-nty two vii), and also the w. si side of I tie
northwest of lliu northeast nuarter and Hie north
east or the northwest ipianer of section twenty.
sev-nu'7). All Hip ahovo lauds are situated and
Uny. 111 tonshtp llfieun tiro ami In nihil" two (i),
went of lid r. .M , in count of Alexander and
atari) 01 Illinois,
Therefore, aeoonlliiK to said command, I slnill
exi'OiH for sale at pub ic aticUoo, all lliu r:uht. tltlu
lid interest or the above named Wllllum W anouei,
111 ami 10 mu annvu uesciineu iro-.ieri. ut 11
o'clock, m ,011 l''ndny the '.lili of August, Intel, at
the westerly door nl tne court house, In Cairn, Ilia.
listed nl tairo, 111., tut 1-4111 tiny or July. Ins;),
J'JII N IIODt.KS.,
Hherlft Alexander County .
liy virtue of aa execution Issued out of tho
clerk' office of the circuit court of Alexander
county nnd statu of Illinois, and to me dlnicted.
whercliy 1 am commaniied to in 11 k 11 the amount of
o-rtuln juiiuim lit recently ntitalned a.talnst II, K.
W lltinurn aitn vtiitinin wauoner in luvnr ol the
Alexander County Hank, iilatitln', hcl'iirn (ieo, K.
Oliusied, hsij , a pullon ma.'lst -iti In and lor Die
city of Cairo, a transcript of wmca has hueu duly
... 1 ... .1... ...i.l ..lit.... ... I t... I..... 1
llieu 111 1 ii" ne .iei n hum ti r 'iiiruii nr inw, 1
lisvu levied on the following deaerlhnd propeily,
to-wlt: The MOHlhenst of the southweat niuiter of
uf Rccllnll Iwunty lwo (iih and also the west side
af the notlliwesi 01 inn iiorllieat (ilnrter and the
northeast of the northwest iiiuirier of lection
iwnntv eveti ftli). A'l the atiov 1 land urn aitua-
toil slid ly iiir iu township tlfteeii (15) and In rntiKe
two (II, wesiociru r. 11, in the county or Alex
ander and llato of Illinois.
therefore, according to said command, t shall
expose for sale at public atic'lou, all the rluhl, tltlu
and Interest of tb" above named Wllllum Wattuhor,
In and to tho above described property, 11 1 II
o'clock a. in., on Friday the Dili day of Atiunst,
issl, at the weiturly door of lliu court house, Iu
U,r,,'m''' .KJUN HOlKIKH.
sheriff Alexander U'junty,
JsjHEKIFF ft 8AI.E
IW Vlrlllu of mi im.i-ilLinn Ik ailoil nut of the
clerk' ottlr.e of tha clrcnlt Court of A eiandiir coiln-
ly Hiia tiito ol Illlu.iU. mid to tne dlrectu, whore
by I am uuiujuudcd to make tho aiiiuiint of a c r
tain Juditini'nt recently obtained aamtt w alter 8.
I.audur uU Saiuud Laoder !u favor of Benjamin
V. turtle out ol thv lim lx. ten nientt. eood and
chu:telol the 'aid Walter 8. Lander and Samuel
J.amler, I nave levied ou the follow-
I rin dutrnbed urono tv. to-wlt: All of
suction eleven (II, in tmnhlp sixteen
(Hi) and In rauire two (2). et of the tird prlu
r.ipal meridian, tuid land is lying and b-inf( dtua
luu in in o county ol Alexauuur uud state ol illliiol.
I Ijeretnre, according to iialu command, 1 (hull
t'Xinu for faie at hP'Uc auction. rr.e r uht.
title and interest of tint above named Walter H.
l.auiler an J Samuel Lander. 1n and to the above
decnhed property, at )1 "'clock a. m , on Friday
l ho 4th itay uf At.xuet, lgsi). at t'.e eaterly door
of the court hiiuto, iu city ol Cairo, III
Dated at Catto, LI., this l.'th day of July, 1SS3.
Slier fT Alexander County.
Vv viituo of an eteution Ismicd out of the
i lork ortlce of the cl t cult court.of Alexatidercoan
ly mil Htutu of Illinois, and to mu directed, whore-
by I am rommnuded to make the atnouut of a cer-
lain liiilnment roiontly obtnlm-d uuaniHt alter S
"i atuler in favor of lleiilumln V 1 urtln out of the
luinls, tenement, lmioiIk mid chattel of the tald
Walters. Lander. I have ! vied on lliu following
iie -rmea pro. trty, to wit: All or lection e evou
(111 In town-hip Mxteeii (Pi) and Iu ranc- two ("),
wexioi me :'.ru principal m-ruian, conlatniiiK we.
acre, the above descrit'C'd bind inlying and beiuu
iMtuat d In tho county of Alexander aud Hiuto uf
Therefore, according to cald comma-id, I shall
expose for n at public a ictlon, all the rliiht,
title aim interest ol iue nuuvu named waiters
Lander. In and to lb'! a'love dcirrlhod property,
at II o'clock a. in , on I-'rl lay thetith day of Auku',
1SH.I, at tho wcntcrly door of the court bouse, In
city of Cairo, Ilia.
Dated at Cairo, ill , this Ulh clay orjuly, IW.
Sheriff Alexander County.
Younff Men. Middla
tKed .Men, ih1 all Man
vho aurlMr from tarlv
n iir v
Indiscrvtinni will tlnd
Allen's Itrsln Food tha
molt powerful Invigorant evr tnlroducsd;
once restored hy it theru Is nn relnpoe. Try
Its It never fails. 1: 6 for A-At Dms-
(iisls, or ty until Innn Allen Pharmacy,
ur ty until Innn Allen eharmacy,
Tb (tlory of a mini
hi tranKth. If ymt
are wakuned dowa
study, orbv early india-
crnlioni, Allen'n llrain I'mA will prm
nently rsstore all I"-' vi')r. and strengthen
all the uiiisciesul llrain and llody. t ,fr
If V At liruKk-ists, or by mail irom Allen 1
LTui.'i:its. or by mail irom Allen
cy, W 1st I
Ave nue I
New York I
there I none o,tial t
which promptly and
Of th mny rma-
dles ttire lh publio
fur Nennua Iebilily
and wnakneasof Hen
there t none o,tial to Allen's Brain Food,
which promptly nd permanently restore
all lost vipon it never fails, tl pkc .Slur
f J. At Druk-iiit. or by mall irom Allen
Ave nue 1
For rsn year Allen'
r.rain rood Iih ioog
the strouirvst teste a
to Ita merits In cunna-
Debility, and rstnrin lost -Mjweri to ttia
weakened (.enersttve rlytteni, and. In ni
inatance. hasit everfailed: test It (lidfur
5 Ai Druiorniu, cr by mail from Alien
cy, 316 lt
" Mono na In eorryr
anut" "A sound nil ml
In a sound body" latb
trad mark of Allen
Hratn food, and w as-
nre our reader that, if ditinea with
or reader tha
weakness of H
mdy will per
either weakness of llrain or ttodity powers.
this remdy will iK-nnanently itrengthen
both. At Dnik-iiat. or or maiffrom
I.-At DniKtist. or by mail from
cy, 315 Wi
II nill A TCemnimoM, K erton
III! ai tua Dance, frustration,
"I w ,j all dusasea of
N'erv (ieneratlv Orirana, are all jwrma
nently and radically cured by Allan' brain
Food, llietireat botanical remedy. (Ipkfi.,
6 for fi At DrnirKisU, or by mail from
Allen' Drain Food
atrnnatheni the Pram
and positively our
Nerrons Debility. Nsr-
tonsntM, Unadacb, nnnatural loaaea, and
nil wouossortienertivenysteni It never
falls. 1 pka., for tr -At Drnriiists, nr
by mall from Allen' I'liannaoy, UJS lirst
from Allen I'liannaoy, ait rmi
Plee as., Propensity an
I'assiun 1. rine man
kind nnniberlea aiU
iiiniit, formiiust ainung
iliern an. Nervousness.
Nrrvous Debility and unnatural Weakness
of lieiieianvi Oiaif'SI Allvu'. llrain rood
iiKousslutlv overeoines t liese trimble. and
ri.etnr.-s t lie sulturer to hi fgrm.r vlaor. 1.
lie sulturer U) hi former viKor. f 1.
H I st. oil
.iy. 316 1st I
aw York City.
l BtfORE AND AFTER 1
Electric AppllancM ire lent on 30 D.iyi' 1 rial.
TO MEN OfiLY, YOUNO OR OLD,
y ro sntreilnii from Nanvatta nsmt.tTV,
V l.osi ViTAi.irv. I.ai-K or Nkuv Kmiea ahii
Viuoit, W isTINO W'KASHi;sHirs, nnd nil those diseases
life I'krsonai. Natl ns resume rt on Aaftm and
1 11 11 li t'rsi.s, Hi ly cell r ah I e-iuinieui ivski-
riltlolior II tt 4 1.TII ,V.ltllt I'll MtMloillllll'SIIANTKRI..
tHe tfinnilost illai'ovi rv of Ilia Mneleeutli Uelltlirv.
bund at oilve lot Illustrated l'iniliet tiv. Address
V01TAI0 HIT CO., MtmHtLl, MICH.
wa m m
m f BmH -aa-ai m 1 m. 1 m I
LLiNOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv IJne llunnint?
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connkotion
THiiN Liayi Caiko:
3:OOi m. Mail,
rrlvliiK In Bt. Louis I 40 a.m. : Cbicaku,B:30 p.ni..-
ConneciinK at Odin aud tUlluKhaiu for Cloclo
hali, I oUKvillc, Indiannpoli aud puiut Kaat.
I 111 ia.m. Ht. J,oui and We.li.rn
A rrtvlnu in 8t. L(lUl?:o p. m., aud connecting
or an points n est.
3:5(J ji.m. P'aMt tlxpreae.
FirHt. Louli and .'lilcao, atriviii); at Hi. Louis
lu.tu t.uj., anu v iiimno , :j' M.ui
::&( piu. (.'in.uitiHtl hlx preaa.
Hrrfvlr.i: at Cincinnati M) a.m.; Louisville t, 5
m.; Indianapolis 4:(B a.m. I'atsenvera i
this train reach the above points 1 Li to :trt
llul'KH tn advance ol any other route,
t7-The3:!i() P. m. einree has Pi;m.wat4
"l.bEl'lNU C'AK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
:hla'e, and through slcemi to M l onl. .nil
Fast Tiino l ,ast.
'! WPll trsM'U XlJ lnie 11,10 'hroujh to Fast,
iio.niiwt is em nolnte without jn rf.i..
cauad by Sunday Interveiilnij. The Naturday afier
ocsnn train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
u.nuiuR mini-en uuur iu advance ol
n st other ronte.
af Kor throuiib ticket and further tnfi
tpply at Illiuol Central Kallroad Depot, C airo.
. J. 11. JUN KB, Ticket Agent.
A. II. DANSON. Gen. Pas. Atent. Chicago
K. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
II.M.NOIa CtMHAL II. K.
Tra.n Depart. Ttala Arrive.
,h:(R a rr.
Wntl 1:0 a m.
Kxpres II JOa.m.
Ac .0111 4:15 p.m.
.. II :lo a m.
... it .'U p. 111
c. kt. I, A N o. it. u. (Jackson route).
Mall 4 4.'. a.m. 1 1 VI all 4:. 0 m
tKtpres lu.ioam. Kipres .. . lO:St) a.m.
'Acc-iiii 3:50 p in. I
r-T. L a c. it it. (Narrow-Kui;e).
Expr :(. m. I Kx press i:lti m.
l-.x .xttail... ii::iitii. Hi. Mall. .4:1(1 p ni.
Accom W:i5p m. Accom li:uj p m.
8T. L. A I. II. H. It.
tKipres IO:.Vip.ni. I 'Hi press 2:S0 p.m.
W., ST. I.. A I'. H. It.
. 4 i'i p.m.
. ' 45 a m.
Mall & Ex.
9 3np. 111.
Ill 10 a.m.
ii ib p.m.
MOHILE A OHIO It. H.
...o:U tn. I Mall.
Dally except huu'tay. t Dally.
TIM K CAK1)
I. C. It. It.Ol.rouKblock mall)
h a. m.
.ll.-ioa tn hp. m .
(Sotitlieru Dlv ....
...4 HO p.m. I 9 p. 01.
,. S p m. Up ni.
.. .!:;' p. in. 8 p. m.
.. in p. m. t p. ni.
...7 p. m. Da. m.
...5 p. m. V:S0 am
...ii.m. 4 p. ni.
Iron Moumaln K. K
Wabash H K
Texas & Hi. I.oul K. K
V.. Lout A Clro H. It
M. I lver arrives Wed , tet.
depart Ved., rrl
P ft. ten. del. cp n from..
,,..7:;i0am to7:M pm
.... a. m. to V p ni,
P.O. box del . u, cn from
siiinda) Ken . del. open from.. . H a. ru. to Ida. m.
AtiMtaM box del. open fiotn ti a. tn to PI:S0am
ity-.NOTK. Chauire will be punnsiieo irom
time to time In city papers. Change your card ac
cordingly. VM. M. MUKl'llY. V. M.
City omcf m.
miur-Thomas. V. Ila br'ay.
Treasurer Churl. F. Ntllt.
Clerk Deniils. J. Fou-jr.
C'limaelor W'm. H. Ullbert.
MkpsIiaI I.. It. Mevers.
ttorney William Her.drlck.
SliaVI) Of AMIIKallRj
l..l Wsrd Wn. UrRale. lUrrv Walker.
Si.Knnit Wftfll .1 ... 111 lltnlite ('. N. tliwl.es.
Third Wrd-B. F. Hlake, Ttfi ert Smith.
Fourth Ward-t'barle O. I'atier, Adolph Bwo-
bdd. . . .
Fifth Ward Cha. i.ancasirr, uenry d ouj.
iriuli Judire I).. I. Ilaki'l.
Circuit Clerk-A. II. Irvlii.
( ohlitj JU0fe-J. 11. noiiinsoii.
( otilil) t b lk-S. J. Illlllllll.
I utility Attorney
County Treasurer-Mile w. ?arker,
-.l.i-titl .Hiliii Undue.
!:"r,":":.!;!i!;d.T. w. i.aiiid.,, j. 11.
IMI III J V I Hi: li'ic--' - ' -r r -
Mulcahet and I'eler Ktio.
AIHU BAI'TIST. Corner 1 euta no ropitr
streeisi precblng every Hiim:. 1110 ulrittand
nli bt al il-ttal liotira, rrayer meo. im neuuw
day ulKht! huntl., school
IWl.n, t V'rst
, .III l(( II CF TUB lthl)KKMKK-tEplcop.l
1 I our teen lb street; Huntlay T:W m.. Holy
Con liinnloii ll:::(l. in., Mori.lnp l'rayers II a. in.
1 II.. n. Iv..i.l.,tr l'ravnpa ft'lll O.tll
Pill OI) PM1.IU1 W .. l.i .. 1. ' - - .
K, I 1 UM lipoil. S. T. II. Hector,
1 II. SI MISSIONARY IIAI'llr Vliunvil
V rreielilnc alltllio. n..,8 p. in., and 7:80 p, in.
alihsth school t 7::ll u. m Ht'. T. J, Shore,
1l''rH K It A ? Tnittccutn Itieet, eeryit.ee fu-
i.ath l:i a- ui.; 8uuday cbool8 p. m. KeT.
t BTUUUIHT-Cor. KWhth and Walunt tret,
,M I'rrar.hlnff Babbath lliOtla. m. andTllO p.m.
endav Mhool at d:ou p; m. Huv. J. A. Ucarrott,
p tutor. '
1 iHltHIlYTBKIAN -Klk'hth aireetj praenni on
I Habbath at IltlW . m. nd 7:S0p. m.; lra
... ... .....i.....i... .. ..ii., m 1 Hniula School
lieeillia T eiii..ie'ii.j nv
IS p.m. Her 1). V. Uuorc, paRtor.
. t IftUlIIIf'U . llnlnaH lift tin Comer Croat
O and Walnut lruel eervlro Sabbath '
11. : Sunday School at 8 p. m. ve Pr p. . -
.. ' ... . '.1... .1 a . . llu l.'llura. l'rlcst.
'lei-s everjr unj 0 11. ... -- - - -
C T I'A THtCK'H-tUnnian Catbollc) corner pi 111.
lam nana 111 a.m. t yoeei.-i.. ui,,.rg
1 p. in. aervlco yury day at . m. Hey. Maatoner
nif.MONST RATED !
That smart mn WjW&lJZ
ciilsrs for itaini). Don't atari out Main until you
are dnlniJ. w.11. ii'"i
Arch Strttti rniioipi. 1 .K..-