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mich for Sajiahi
1 tan NimTiHi,';
can one medicine be
a specific for Epl
l lepey, Dyspepsia,
UkMMaliaM. hnfrmii tttVm
rote, or Semlual AVenknt M, and dfty other
complaint'" We clulm It a ipmjle, slut
lily, because the virus of all diseases arises from
theblood. ltsNorvluo,Kcolvent, Alterative and
Laxative propcrtlcsmcctallthoconditlous herein
referred to. It's known world triU aa
ItquiulB mid CA)rnpot08 the 'patient not by the
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tiy the restoration of activity to the stomach and
nervous system, whereby the brain la relieved
ef morbid fancies, which aro created by tho
causes above referred to.
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chant, Bankers, Ladies and all those whose sed
entary employment catisce nervous prostration.
Irregularities of the blood, stomach, bowels ot
kidnevs or who require nerve tonic, appctlxcror
tltnuUnt, Samaritah Nkbviks la invaluable.
Thousands proclaim It tbo most wonderful invig
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ISetlte, Bowels costive, Hick Head-
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isrUon of body or mind, Eructation
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
spirits, a feeling of having neglected
some duty, -Uuilness, Fluttering at the
Heart, lots before the eyes, highly col
ored trine, toasTIPATIOW, and de
mand the use of a remedy that act dircctly
on the Liver. As aLiver medtcinc TtJTT'S
JPILUi have no equal. Their action on tbo
Kidneys and Skin is also prompt; removing
all impurities through tlieso three sear
engera of the system," producing appe
tite, sound digestion, regular stools, a clear
skin and a vigorous body. Tl'TT'S PILLS
cause no nuusca or griping nor interfere
with daily work and aro a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
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"I havo had Dyspepsia, with Constipa
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kinds of pills, and Tl'TT'S arc tbo first
. that have doue me any good. They have
. cleaned me out nicely. My appetite Is
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TUTTS HAIR DYE.
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known, displacing all
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' "IS NOT A
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H AY- FEVER ...rt
will be aliKorbed, efTi'Ctually clvanalng the nasal
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Dienihranul II lncs of the head from addiiional
colds, completely heals the s irra and tectoros the
si'Lus of tMNte aud moll, lleucflctal results are
realized bv a few applications.
A THOhonoil TltKATM KVT WILL Cl'BE.
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a packaifn stamps received, bold by all whole
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is preferred bv thou
who have used it, to any
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ount of its superior
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It Contains matriut
only that are beneficial
to the scalp and hair
Restores the Youthful Color to Grey or Faded Hair
rarKws nair naisam It linety pertumed and Is
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If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
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, , kold duties try fASKBk's Gincsk Topic.
t't I If Sou are a lawyer, minuter or business man ex-
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If you have Consumption, Lyrwp,ia, Kheuma
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. - If mil are waiting sway from age, dissipation or
' j any duease or weak nets and temiii e s stimulant take
' ' Gtwlis j OKtC at once ; it will invigorate and build
you up from the first dose but will never intoxicate.
It has saved hundreds of lives ; it may save youis.
CAUTION l-IUfu all lubitltolM. Ptrtu't 0lni Toole It
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' The Potter.
T watched a potter at hie wlicol onodiiy.
" For he was mttklnir pitchers out nfeliiy.
Tbe feet of tv-uirai-a and the heads of kings,
. Dust, blown from old, dead villus far away.
Not heaven itself more splendid Is and high,
, T'hnn was this ptilitue, when ita klnira wont by
Hiuie after race. The turtle sits here now.
"Where? Where?" she cries. Hut there Is m
They who endowed with wisdom are llkt
Torches, to guide their followers' foct arlcht,
They have not taken yet ono step beyond
t This nlKht of mystery this awful night.
Speak of these wise ones, then, with bated
The most thut of thn wisest wisdom sslth
Is: They bequeathed you tables, nothing
Before returning to the sleep of death.
The great wheel of the heavens will stil go
When you and I, my friends, aro undergronndj
At once creation life, conspiring death;
With death aud life inexorably bound.
.Come sit upon the grass and drink your winn,
' And quickly, whllo the suna of summer shine;
" Vor other grass than that you sit upon
( Will soon be springing from your dust and
''"When you and I are gone, for we must iro,
They will ralso lirlcas above us, and 1 know
Thut other bricks for other tombs than ours
Will out of us be moulded, De it so.
'. I do not fear the world. I donor four
, Tim leaving It, thouph 1 confers It dear.
We should fear nothing but not living well
In the only ilfo and world we know of, Hero.
But. come, my friend, since wo must puss
Plnee all wenre goes buck airnln to clay.
i , What does It matter whether we remain
A hundred years or but a single dity'i
He It our care, since pitchers we begun.
To hold the Heart's good winn long u wo can,
, Hcl'oTc tho potter molds our dust ugalii
Into new shapes that are no longer man.
... A Strain from the Oriental Mystics.
' "ruth's cboss!
It was all over; tlio loving eves had
smiled their lust upon Iht; uinl 'the pale
lips had ?ndoavorci( to frame some last
words which uover reached her cars.
Mrs. Vennor was dead, and Ruth wa3
' Ruth had lint a vague rumcmhranco
of Mr. Vcunor.
He was tall, and fair, and reticent,
and had died of consumption many
, Now all tho magnificent property
would fall to tho girl, and biio had a
lover whom worldly people called a
lucky fellow ready to step into luxury.
- - But Rolf (Jrennis knew himself to bo
extremoly fortunate in having won thn
heart of a girl like Ruth even if she had
, nothing but her name.
. ). Some three mouths after Mrs. Ven
nor's death, Ruth received a call from
, the old family physician.
-.1 .'.'My doar child, I have something to
l say to you which I foar will seem very
cruel; but I want you to try to believe
that I would use tho same words to my
own daughter if it were necessary."
Ruth gave him her hand confidingly,
although an anxious look drifted inio
her eyes, for tho doctor's face was very
"Dr. Brian," she said earnestly, "I
( have the utmost conliucuco in, and re
. apeet for, whatever you say to me."
MMy dear. I fuel the truth of your
words, and I would to heaven that duty
did not so sternly point my way. Ruth,
you intend to marry Rolf Grennis in a
Ruth assented with widening eyes
and a deepening color in her fair cheek.
' 'Child, that marriage must never
tako place. Hush! do not interrupt me.
I havo much to say to you. My poor
pirl; you must marry no man. To do so
would be criminal."
' ''Dr. Brian!" gasped Ruth, palo now
from tlit) violence of her emotions. "In
-Heaven's name explain yourself!"
"The old doctor shook tho two hands
which' eho extended so appealing
towards him, aud went on huskily, a
great pity shining in his kindly eyes.
"There was a terrible disease in the
blood of your mother's ancestors insan
ity. Mrs. Venn or had a severo attack
of melancholia' when the was a young
woman; had she lived five years longer,
I beliove she would have been hopeless
. ,"AJ1 this, I kuow, has been strenu
ously kept from you; but it is my opin
ion that tho words which your mother
vainly attempted to articulate upon iter
'death-bed would havo been at once a
confession and a caution to you, her
; "The taint of insanity may never show
itself in you, but it Is almost certain to
ruin tho livea of your children, There
fore, my dear Ruth, bo bravo and wo
manly, and refrain from a step which
must boar terrible fruits. God knows,
nobody could feel more keenly for you
than I your old friend."
. Ruth's oyoa were lixctl upon his face,
but she did not seem to see him, al
though not a word had failod to impress
itself upon her. ..
She was recalling something which
her lover had said ono evening in her
presence when the subject of hereditary
taiuts was under discussion.
"Any person who marries with tho
knowledge 0f diseaso in Jtis or her fam
ily, whether of tno hotly or brain, com
mits, in my estimation, a heinous sin."
, Shohad listened then, proud of his
good sense and Intelligence, little think
ing that sho herself would bo put to tho
' And now, as the full forco of Dr.
Brian 8 words rushed upon her under
standing, the world seemed to drift from
beneath hor feet.
She throw up her hands with a llttlo
ftnguishetl cry, and tho good doctor
sprang forward in alarm.
But she shook her head, with a smile
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 183.
more terriblo than a storm of tears.
"Do not fiMir for me, dear friend; I
will do my duty, cruul us it seems. But
I must go away from this place. Later
on I will ooiDo to you for advice. Leave
me alone for a while, please,"
He went away with a warm shako of
tho hand, and Ruth went to her room to
write a long letter to Rolf Grannls.
A brave, womanly, heroic letter, re
pressing much of her own anguish in or
der to spare him every possible pang
while sho laid tho truth before him, on
ly begging that he would not try to see
her again; for her heart shrunk weakly
at tho thought of tho agouy of parting
with his loving arms about her, and his
dark eyes looking iuto hers.
Then sho left tho city and Joined a
training school for nurses in a distant
This delicately nurtured girl, accus
tomed to great luxury, entered upon her
new life with a lirm bravery that was
heroic. No martyr at tho stake ever
passed through a more lioryordoal than
did Ruth Ventior feeling herself forever
cut otf from that crown of every loving
woman's life wifehood and mother
hood. Among her uew acquaintances was
one to whom Ruth soon booamo tender
Miss Lauder was plain and elderly and
quiet; yet some congeniality of spirit
drew tho two together, until Ruth, in her
longing for sympathy, niado a conli
danleof her now friend, and related to
her all her sad story.
Miss Lander listened with a strangely
working countenance, ami when Rutii
had finished sho kissed the girl's palo
cheek and smiled oven while sho wiped
a tear from her own eye.
"My dear bravo girl," she said, "how
strangely fate works out our lives. Your
fortuno is not so hard as it seems. I
hold tho key to your happiness.
"You!" ejaculated Ruth, staring fora
moment at her friend.
"Ruth, listen to me," said Miss Lau
der impressively. "You are not a Ven
nor by birth. VV'hcn Mr. and Mrs. Ven
nor were traveling abroad they were
childless. I had then tho little orphan
child of my brother a baby scarce two
months old. I was poor aud in ill
health. "Mrs.Vennor was set upon taking the
baby for her own. She know of my con
dition, and was very kind to me. Her
husband came to see mo alone one day,
and informed mo that his wife was very
low in her mind, and that lie feared in
sanity; but as she seemod pleased with
the idea of adopting tho child, he hoped
for favorable results, if I would consent
to tho arrangement. My heart was sore
at parting with tho solo caature of my
own left me, but I felt that it was for
the baby's good, and I consented.
' 'I shall namo her Ruth, after my
dead sistor,' ho said; 'and sho shall bo
like our own. No one not even my
own doctor, who thinks he knows every
thing about mn, shall guess that little
Ruth was not born to mo curing our
foreign tour. And she shall be our heir
ess.' "Need I add," said Miss Lander,
"that you were that child? I recog
nized you at the very tirst, hut did not
fcpeitk because I felt "the difference be
tween my poverty and your wealth, and
I am proud.
"As for your own parents, thuy were
poor in the world's goods, my dear, but
rich in honesty and nobility; and there
is not a particle of insanity or disease of
any kind in your blood."
It seemed to Ruth that never in the
days of her childish careless joy had life
been half so bright and dad as now,
when, with the darkness ofa great sor
row past, she turned ouco more to the
She returned at once to her old bomc,
taking her new-found relative with her.
Dr. Brian was told the marvellous truth,
which at first ho was half inclined to
But somo letters in Mrs. Vennor's
hand-writing, add rosso J' to Miss Lan
der, convinced him; and ho joyfully ac
cepted the commission of breaking the
joyful news to Rolf Grennis, who had
accepted his dark fate with a sort of
grim despair, that was making a cold,
hard man of him.
Our story is ended.
Tho two voting lovers were happily
united, and Miss Lander, a smiling and
peaceful old lady, makes her homo with
them, aud nurses their children faith
fully. The President's Joke.
President Arthur Is fond of playing
practical jokes. An incident occurred
at tho White Houso a day, or two ago
that afforded considerable amusement.
A party of Mr. Arthur's friends were
hero on a visit from New York. Tho
President had shown them through the
White House. Tho party wore loud in
their praise of the improvements in the
Presidential mansion, fnniino throtich
the east room, or general "reception
room. Mr. Arthur halted and said, in
the most serious manner:
"Do vou see that colored man stand-
in?; over there?" tioiutinir to a well-
preserved specimen of the African
"Well." continued thn linut olm Viae
a most remarkable history."
..II n, -
"Guess," said Mr. Arthur.
"Au exiled king?" said a bewitching
young lady member of thn party.
"Au ex-Street (Commissioner?'1 ob
served a practical Wall street broker.
"Neither," said tho President. "Listen:
He has been sold into slavery over seven
"l'aci, I assure you," said Mr. Ar
thur. Tho colored man was called over arid
"My good man," said tho Wall stroct
broker, "is it true that you havo been
sold in slavery moro than seven hun
dred times?" Tho colored representa
tive showed his white teeth and bowed.
"Remarkable," was tho general re
sponse. "Well, what nrn you (loin iw)Wp"
was naked. "
"Well, boss, I'm traveling with Mr
Rial's Uncle Tom's Cabin Company I
nm put on tho auction block every ni'irht
and sold." '
"Mr. President, what will you have
to drink?" stud , tho broker in a husky
voice. Everv one In I.I in tnn-i.. .1....1
when they left the - next day that thov
would get even with tho President
tor uis wu.ruwourg vommercial
Ouly a Mi-clnnio,
"Buys," says an exi'liange, "do not
nicer at the hit id-working mechanic, for
beneath that dust-soiled jacket may lurk
the spirit of true nobility."
The exchange is eminently correct.
It t.s. indeed, wrong to pass through this
world sneering at mechanics. A good,
average, ubiu-bodied mechanic is a bad
man to sneer al. At almost any unex
pected Moment ho is quite liable to
transfer some of the dust on his jacket
to the broadcloth coat of the sneerer,
and jolt him severely if he sneers too
bard at the mechanic. If a boy or
young man iscontenmlatingsneoririg at
a mechanic, it would be quite us wt.ll
not to let the hard-working mechanic
catch him at it. When the boy wants
to sneer real badly, ttud fools i:it he
can't liuld in any longer, it would bo far
beiier, instead of plunging right into the
midst of a lot of hard-working nioch.Ui
les to seek some secluded locality and
have his sneer otl all by himself, It
would look 11 great deal better, ami the
boy would look better when ho went
home to the bosom of his family,
No, boys, it is neither polite," genteel,
nor wise" to sneer ut a mechanic. Nei
ther Is it healthy. Tho habitual sneerer
at mechanics is sometimes cut oil' in the
flower of his youth. Life is too short to
indulge in such perilous recreations.
The sneerer U I d oilen found in a pen
sive mood, abstractly engaged n imply
ing pieces of raw beefsteak to his eyes,
trying to reduce the swollen nose with
f generous decoctions of arnica, feeling
lis) anio back, or picking the gold filling
out of the teeth which lui happened to
casually cough up soon after indulging
in Ids playful little sneer at the hard
working mechanic. This is a practical
lesson in parlor etiquette which the
youth will not be. liable to forget in a
month or six weeks. The next time he
feels called upon to sneer it may be at
11 cow with aboard over her face, or a
poor blind girl, but it will not be at a
mechanic. Politeness pays In the long
run, nnd the lesson can" never come
home to a young man with greater force
or earnestness than when ho takes occa
sion to contemptuously sneer at a hard
working mechanic, ami the mechanic
bappeus, at tho timo, to bo looking that
way. Texas Sif tings.
Old Times in Basa Ball.
In 1865 and 1SG6 a perfect frenzv o
ball-playing swept over the Unitec
Slates. Old and young took part or in
terest in tho game. Every village anc
hamlet boasted of its nine, and in tut
cities the list of clubs rivalled the Hom
eric catalogue of tho ships. Tho gaint
as played then had a bree.v range anc
flavor. Tho ball, charged to its ful.
with rubber, bounded among tho Held
ers with the ricochet of a cannon ball
Ono country nine, famous for prowesi
in hitting, had its bats made of hugt
square pickets "whittled" down at tho
end. Another team boro vast round
beams of bass wood as largo as a man's
thigh, bored out and charged with cork
to make them light, Tho lookers-on in
variably constituted themselves a sort
of high court of appeal without any
legal delicacies of language. Occasion
ally, in moro exciting contests, a stone
or brickbat projected from tho crowd
emphasized its opinions, and sometime'
it seemed as though tho umpire would
have to qualify for a mediaeval suit ol
armor to hold his place. As for the
nines, an epigrammatic phrase by whioL
I onco heard a player describe his team
liiny sullice. Said he: "Our nine can't
bat much, or throw much, or catcb
much, but they're first-rate talkers,"
Many a funny incident crosses memory
in looking back on those old days. In
one of the games a lino ball struck the
pitcher a pulpy round-headed class
mate squarely on the side of the head
The ball caromed sideways to a fielder,
who caught it on the Hy, putting the
striker out amid shrieks of luerrimeuL
In another instance during a matct
gamo a swift "liner" hit the plaver on
the ankles, followed up his body, and
caught at thn chest, Perhaps, however,
the most famous catch of all was hai
of an inditl'ercnt player whoso back ha)
Eenod to be turned just as 11 hard-hit
all was struck to him. Ho turned sud
denly, exactly in time, as It seemed, tc
receive tho ball in tho pit of the stomach.
But he threw out his left hand defensive
ly, and the ball, to tho utter amazemenl
of the spectators and even moro of the
plaver himself, "stuck" between thumt
and forefinger. N. Y. Evening post.
A Missing Link.
It occupied about three seats by throw
ing its long coat-tail at full length on
either side, and crossing Its legs, it oc
cupied a largo portion of tho center of
the car. It was about medium bight,
dark complexion, aud what purported
to bo a mustache adorned its upper lip,
and on either side of its face uuout a
dozen hairs, still' with eosinetiqtio, were
combed towards its nose. On its left
hand it had a large seal ring, and the
thumb and forelinger of a light yellow
glove wero pulled on in such a manner,
however, that tho ring showed to great
advantage. Its pantaloons were so tight
that it was with dillieulty it could as
sume a sitting position, and after hav
ing onco gained that position it was
obliged to rise and lay its long coat-tails
out evenly on uither side. Then having
at last got seated to its own satisfaction,
it began to talk, not for any personal
reasons or for the entertainment of us
companion, but for the edification of tho
passengers in the car,
I f rfmrnnrminniiiimmtmiJI
ill THE GREAT GERMAN
Jtelleves and cures
II A IK. 4 till.,
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And all oIImt Imdlly acin
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11 1 i 1. ' ' " ! 'Mirau Diinisv, ms wini,
11111 nythulr sale mortgage, bearing date January
lt, 1HTU, und recorded la Book 10 of Heeds, in (lie
recorder's offlce of Alexander couuty, Illinois,
convey and umrtirage to tha undersized the fob
lowing described real estate, situated in the coua-
WhMri.aa T..I . ... . i t. ti - , Li. r.
Lots numbered twelve illi), thirteen (18), fourteen
j w. nit.nuiior suu ciijm tairo, Illinois, lo-wit
us) ana nro-en (16). in block numbered three (8),
la the Hrst Addition to the city of Cairo afore
said, to secure the l ayment ol certain tromls
ory uote executed bv the said John Hproat, in
said sale nio-tgsge fully d-serihedi aud whereas
deiault has been made In the payment of said note
and the tuxes due opou mild lots, and aald note
remains together with said Uxus, long since past
oueand unpaid by stud Sproat. Now, therefore,
on application f the Ugal-nuldirof said note and
under andhy v'rtue ol tha fpeelal provisions and
power of sale in said sale mortgage, I tbe uuder
signed will on .
MONDAY. Jl'LY TIIIKTIKTH, 1883,
at the door ol the court-bouse, In said county ot
Alexander, city of t'ulro and statu of Illinois, at
the hour of II o'clock p. m. of add day, off.-r for
sale and sell at public auction to the highest bidder
for cash, tbu above de-crl'ied real eatate to pay and
sntlsfy Dim amount of principal and interest du
upon said note, and the taxes paid nfon said lots,
as a, in and hy said mortgage, provided.
Dated Cairo, III., jBy uth, fuss.
wai.t kk hyslop,
,. .,,, as Treasurer and Morteagoe,
Oreen 4 Gllbtrt, Attorneys. 71-l-wd.
gHKKIFF'S 8. A LB.
By virtue ef an execution Issuud out of tho
clerk a oftb e ol the circuit ciurt of Alciauder coun
tvaud state of Illinois, and to mu directed, where
by I am commanded to muke the amouut of a rer
lalujudgtreut recently obtained against H F. Wl.
bourn aud William Wagoner in favor of Fredollne
Uross, plautilf, before (ieo, K. Olmsted, Esq., a
jiollce maglntratir, In and for the city of Cairo, a
transcript ol which has been duly filed In tho said
clerk's olllce as required bv law out of the lands,
lout-aunts, goods mid chnt ls of the said Hi-nJ.
K. Wlibournaud William Wagoner, I have leviud
on the following described property, to-wlt: Tbe
southea't of Hie southwest quarter of s-c-tton
twenty two (23), aud also the west side of the
northwest of tbe noritirast quarter and ttieuortb
eastof the north west quarter of section twenty
eev. n (ST). All the above lands are situated and
lying n tonshlp lUicon (1ft) and In range two (J),
weal of Aril I' M , in county of Alexander and
statu ot Illinois.
Therefore, acco-rflng to said command. I shall
ell use for sale at pub io stii'tlon, all the r ght, title
and interest ef the above named WUliam Wagoner,
lu and to the above di'-crlbcd property, at 11
o'clock a. m , on Friday the Hth of August, IH8H, at
the westerly door of the court house, tn Cairo, Ills.
Datou at Cairo, 111., this Win day of July, Ise'.'i.
Sheriff Alexaudcr County .
Bv virtue of an execution I'sued out of tbo
clerk's office of the circuit C'mrt of Alexander coun
ty and stale of Illinois, and to me directed, where
oy I am rotniiiaudid to inaku the amouut of a cer
tain Judgment recently ootniiicd against Walter S.
I.ander and Humii'1! Lander 'n fiivorof Denjamln
F. Curtis out of the lauds, tenements, goods and
cha telsot the said Walter S, Lander aud Knmuel
Lander, I have levied on the follow
ing described propcty, to-wlt: All of
section elev.-n (11), in township sixteen
flti) and in range two el), nest of tholiid prin
cipal meridian, said land i liiig and br ing situs
ted In the county of Alt'xaurlcr'iiud state of Tl luois.
Therefore, according to .uld com mai.it, 1 ahull
exiose lor sale at pul lie auction, all t-u right,
title and Interest of the aliuve named Walter H.
Lander aud Samuel Lander, in and to the above
deactihed property, at 11 "'clock a. in , on Frtdny
theKth day of Ai gust. 1S(C1, al tue esterly door
of the court houe. In city ol Cairo, Ill
Dated at Cairo, 1. 1., ib'.s l.'th day of Jnlv, 1S3.
Sl er ff Alexau er County.
Hy virtue of an execution Is-ued out of the
clerk's office of the clr u,t court of Alexander
county and t'e of Iliiieils. and to me directed.
wheretiy 1 am roiuinandeil to tnako the anxnint of
acertalu Juilgim lit recently obtained against H. K.
Wllbrjuru aim William Warmer In favor of the
Alexander (.Vnnty Bmk. piautiir, before tteo. K.
Olms'ed, srq , a polic i mt 'li-tra'e lu and for tha
city of Cairo, a transcript of which has been duly
filed In the said clerk's ollke aa required by law, I
have levied oil ih fo'lmvn g described propeity,
to-wlt: The southeast of the soul bw, st quarter of
of section twetiiy-two Hi), and a so the west side
af the uotiliwetrjf ihe iioitheusi quarter arid Hie
nortkoapt of the nortliwiel quarter of sectlcn
twenty-seven (i ). A 1th1 ahoy lands are situa
ted -nd lying tn towrsltip tlpeen (l!i) and la range
twocji. wesi oHrd l l..ln the county of Alex
ander aud stale of Illiiiol.
Therefore, according to a:d emmsnd. I shall
expose for sale at ptihlic auc lon, all the right, title
aim interest cum - anove rained Wllll.m Wagoner,
In and to the above iln-onbed properly, at 11
o'clock a. m , on Kriday the III h day of August,
lMiii, t ihe westerly door of the court house, In
Sheriff Alexander County.
By virtue ef an execution Isnned out of tho
clerk's onVe of the rlicult reurt;of Alexander coun
ty ar.d state of Illinois, and to me directed, where
by 1 sin comuiamUd to make the amount of a Cer
tain judgment recently obtriined against Welter 8
Lander In favor of Heiij imiti F i nr tin out of tho
lnnds, tenements, good snd rhattels of the said
Walter H. 1. snder. I have 1, vied on tbe following
described proj erty, to w it: All of section e evuri
(lll.ln township sixteen (11) snd In range two (k),
west of the 3rd principal mcrillan, containing WO
aerca, thn above deserii ed land Is lying aud being
situat d In the county of Al xaudur aud state of
Therefore, accordlns to said comma-id, I shall
expose for sale ut public auction, all the right,
title and Interest of the shove named Walter H.
Lander, in and to the a'love described property,
at II o'clock a. m . on Friday the til h day of August,
JiiSa, st the westerly door ol the court house, In
city of Cairo, Ills.
Dated at Cairo, 111 , this 12th rtsv of July, isfti.
Sheriff Alexander County.
POUT GHAPE AVINE
Si'kek's Pout Gpaie "Wine
four years old.
THIS. CEI.F.HHATF.r) NATIVB W1NB Is mado
from thelnlre of the Onortn (Irene, raised In
this country. Its Invaluable tonic and strength
ening properties are unsurpassed bv any other
NallvwWliiu. lining the pnre Juice of tlio drape,
produced uuder Mr. H peer's own personal snpervi
SI on. its mirlt v and ffmintni nass. spn tftiarantoed
Th't vottnest child mn y partuku of lu generous
qualities, nnd the weakest Invalid uso It lo advan
tage it is particularly ncni'tiriai to ine ageu anil
debilitated, and stilled lu the various ailments that
alfei't the weaker sex, It Is lu evury respect A
WINK TO HH ItEI.IEII ON.
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
The I. J. HIIF.K It Y Is a wlno of Superior Char'
acier and t artukes of the rich qualities of the grape
from which It Is made For i'urlly, Ulchness, Kin
voi and Medicinal Properties, li wilt bo found un
excelled. Spcer's P. J. Brandy.
This TillANDY stands unrivaled In this Country
bolngfiir superior for medicinal purposes. It Is a
pore dim Hint 'on from the grape, and contains val
uable mndlcltial properties, it has s delicate fla
vor, similar to thut of Ibu grapes, from which It Is
dlslllleil, anil is In great favor among first-class
families, Hee that the signature of 'ALFHKI)
Hi'KKK, I'sssalc, N. J., Is over the cork of each
Sold Bv PAUL. SOHTJII
AND BY DHUOOIHTa KVEUYvYHKRE.
ILLINOIS CENTHAL R. R.
il is TT a
1 n n n t r
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv .Line Hunninj
9 DAILY TRAIN 6
V From Cairo,
Making Direot Connection
riuiNB Ls.vi Canto:
Urlvdngln 8t. Louis Mila.m.; Chicago,!): p m
C'uuiieciliig at Odlu and amnKham for Clncln!
hall, Louisville, Iudianapolis and points Kast,
I 1:1 its-m. fct. JLoulu ami Western
Arriving in t)t. Louis 7:05 p. m., and connecting
fur all poiuta West.
3:50 p.m. J-'iiwt Kxpreas.
F;r8t. Louis and Chicago, arriving at 8t. Louis
tu:4op.m.,andChlcaKo7:) a m H'
:s:fiO p.m. Ciruiliuiati Kxtirnatai.
Vrrlvlng al Cincinnati ',:( a.m.; Louisville f.:t
a m-i Indianapolis 4:05 a.m. Passengers ly
tits train reach the above points IU to 3tl
HoUKb In advance ol any otter route,
Hr-Tbe:60 p. m. express has rTLLMAM
M.kKPlli.U CAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through sleepers to bt. Loots tod
Fast Tirno Kast.
PtfwNPTMrpi'v tu, "ne go through to Fast
a un.-5vii,,cia ru puint, without any delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Satnrday aftef
noon train froui Cairo arrives In new York "under
oornlugat li.W. TUuty-eix hours In advapceo)
bv other route,
A'syFor through tickets and further Information,
tpply St Illinois Central Uailroad Depot. Cairo.
. J. U. JOSKS, Ticket Agent.
A. H. UANSON. Oen. Fass. Agent. Chicago
It. IL TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTHAL R. K.
Tra.nsDepart. Trains Arrive.
Mall.... si:05 i oi.j tMall i;u5 1 ni
tAccom ll:IUa m. Kxpress II tps m.
t Ki press...... i '0 p.m. I'Accom. ,:).", p ui.
C. BT. L. tx N. O. H. H. (JacJfBOQ route).
Man a.m. itMall ... 4:.'ip m.
tKxpress 10 :i.m. Kipress ....10:30a.m.
lAccim i U:i p m.
fcT. L. C. it. k. (Xarrow-csuL'eL
Exnress a fsi a m
KXDress . lil.ti m
Kl .4 Mail... 10. His m
Accom 5 D m
tKi press. 10:30 p. m
Ex. Mall... 4:10 p m.
Accom .2:'.u p m.
I. M. H. 11.
I tKxpreis 8:30 p.m.
r. it. it.
W., hT. L
Mall 4 Ex.
Mall 4 Ex.. t SOp m.
Accom 0:.-.o a.m.
Freight 9:45 D m.
MOUII.K ft (UIID K. H.
Daily except Sunday, 't DailV."
5:raa m. Mall.
AKRIVAL AND DKPAKTL'BE OF MAILS.
8 p. tn.
I. C. K. R. (through lock mail). 5 a. m. 1
!. . " .. ,.11:Wsm
tway main SO p.m.
inoutnern my f p. m.
iron Mountain It. ,,,.ii:aop. m.
Wahash It. K io p. m.
Texas 4 St. Louis K. K 7 p. m
St. Louis 4 Cairo K. K 5 p. m
ObloKlver t p. rn
4 p. m.
Miss Mver arrives Wed .Sat. 4 Mon.
P O. pen. del on. n frnm
. Fri. 4 Son.
P.O. box did. oi rn from
Sundays get . del. open from.
Sundavs lie! del. onen from.
..o a. m. io v p. tu.
. 8a. m. to 10 a.m.
..0 a. m. to 10:30 am
JrNOTK -Chancea will
be nubllshud from
time to tlne tn city papers. Change your cards ac
cordingly. Wil. M. MLKI'IIT, P. MV
Mayor 1 nomas. W. Ilalliday.
Treasurer Charb s F. Nollis.
Clerk Dennis. J, Koley.
Counselor Wm. H. Gilbert.
Marshal L. 11. Meyers,
tlorucy William lletdrlcks.
boa an or ALPiaaiR
first Wsrd-Wm.McHale, Harry Walker.
Second Ward-Jesse Iliukle, C.N. liughee.
Third Ward-B. F. Blake, Kghert Smith.
Fourth Ward Charles 0. Patler, Adolph 8wo
bods. Ktfih Ward C has. Lancaster. Henry Stout.
Circuit Judge 1). J. jlukcr.
Circuit Clerk A. II. irvlu.
Couuty Judge J. II. hohlnson.
County Clerk S.J. llnnun.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker.
Sherilf John Hodges.
Coroner K. Fltitgeralo
County Commissioners T. W. Halllday, J. H.
Mnlcahey and Peter Sano.
CAIHO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
streets; preaching every Sunday mo nlngand
night at u-nal hours. Prayer meeting Wednes
day night; Sunday school. n::iu a.m
Hev. A. W. .VcQAHA, Pastor.
"tllUKCH Of THE KH DK KM KK (Episcopal
V Kourteenth street; Sunday 7:00a m., Holy
Coirnnunlon 10::!0 a. m., Morning Prayers 11 a. tn.
Sunday school V p. m., Evening Prayers '.to p.ni
F. P. Davenport, 8, T. B. Hector. '
s.MI.'ST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
5 I'rear hlng st 10:S0 a. it.., H p, m., and 7:80 p. m.
italihiitli school at 7:80 p, m Hev. T. J. Shores,
y S or
I t'l'n KUAN Thirteenth street; services Ssb
I 4 bath 1 :li a. ui. ; Sunday school 2p.m, Rev.
Knappu, pastor. -
IKTIH'DIST (.'nr. Eighth and Walnut streets,
,l Presrhliig Sabbath li:tms. m. and 7:80 p.m.
nndny School at rfltlO p. m. Hev. J. A. Scarrett,
1 JKKSI1YTKHIAN Ktghth streot; preacnlng on
I Sabbath at 11:00 a, rr,. and 7:80 p. m.; pravej
niellng Wednesday al 7:8'1 p. m.) Sunday Scheol
it 3 p, m- Rev B. V. George, pastor.
OT. JOSEPH 8 i Roman Catholic) Corner Coss
C and Walnut strootai services Sabbath I0:8n.
n.) Sunday School all p, m.; Vespers 8 p. m.i set
'ices every day at S a. m. Kov. O'llars, l'rlost.
C'i' PATitlC'K'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
0 slreet and Wsshlngton avonne; services Bab
tist li 8 and 10 s. m. t Vespers 8 p. ra. ; 8 nnday School
1 p. in. services every day at 8 .m. Bay. Mastoliere
That smart mon average V00 to. 8 00 per day pro
lit, sell he tho 1
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