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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOKN'l.W, JULY 20, 18S3.
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E. A. BL'ItN'KTT,
Where Bnad is Cheap.
It was a sad, sad sight, iu which wm
blendml U'liru and laughter. On the
Santa Fe train w as a largo family of Gor
mans. There wuro fathers and mothers,
brothers and sisters, and a raft of little
ones. Some were able to crawl up and
sit on a Heat, others were still at the
breast. They were all bound for the Ne
osho Valley. All were tired, hungry,
and worn out from a lour weeks pas
sage. They had left crowded Germany
where they had been struggling for at
existence, and thev were going to then
new homo in the New World. When
thechildren cried for meat or something
better than the stale black bread the
mothers hushed them and told them
that they would soon be at Plymouth,
beyond Emporia, where they would
meet Undo Ileinrich and Aunt Lena,
and when they got out onto the farm
they would all have meat and milk.
"O, it will behoaven," said one of the
men, "to live in a country where our
children can have all the milk and meal
As the train passed Emporia, Kansas,
the poor Germans began to raise the
windows and admire the beautiful
country along the Santa Fe Road. The
next station was to be the long-looked
for new home. The mothers, wreathed
in smiles, began to wash the children's
faces for the last time. Then when the
rosy-cheeked children were fixed they
took white handkerchiefs out of their
bags and put them around their own
necks, roor women, they had but ono
dross on earth, but as they were going
to see brothers and sisters ana neigh
bors who had been away from Germany
and living in Kansas for five years
they wanted to look as well as they
"The next station is the place," said
a big, healthful German as he tied a
blue handkerchief over his old soiled
collar, "and here we'll never be hungry
again. Here my little babies can have
all they want to eat"
"Will your friends meet you at the
train?" I asked, becoming deeply in
terested iu the poor but now happy
"es, they know we are coming this
week, and they'll bo down at every
train, llcinrich's is only two miles off.
"There they are! waiting for us,"
said the wife, stretching her head outot
the window, and sure enough here was
a crowd of twenty American-Germans
on the platform as the train drew up.
Soon the fathers and mothers lead the
way off the train, currying the big bun
dles, the children following with the
dozens of little packages. As they
struck tho platform brothers and sisters
and fathers and children came together
in a long embrace. Kvery eye was
dimmed with tears. Kvery voice fal
tered . and every .throat choked with
emotion.. It was the jtother of great
Joy. But Boon they wiped .their.teas
away and began to laugh and pat and
smooth each other on tho back. , Then
the Kansas Germans led them across the
street to a hotel whore a big dinner was
ordered. It was worth a day's travel
to see those appetites appeased. la two
J ears these German immigrants who
ookwl so hungry on the cars will own
The Toilers of Our Day.
"Rather die than work!" exclaimed a
tramp on tho old Bergen road when the
old saying was recounted to him. "Why,
nobody likes work better than a genuino
tramp. But ho is too independent to
take anything that is offered him. lie
doesn't care for manual labor, but ho is
very fond of light intellectual employ
ment. I work. Look here." and ho
unstrapped a little satchel from bis
back, opcuod jt, and showed a grayish
pasty substance, prepared in small
aquarei, which ho said was used by all
tho crowned heads of Kuropo to remove
grease spots from their garments and
make them look equal to new. The
farmers of West Jersey also bought a
good deal of iu
"It is only ten cents a cake," added
the tramp insinuatingly, "and dirt
"Where do you get it?" asked tho re
porter, examining it.
"I make it myself," was the proud
reply. "It is only chalk aud water. I
have to moisten it every day to prevent
IU getting dry and powdering. I sold
nine cakes to a man a mile hack on the
"He'll be astonished to-morrow mflrn
lng, when it gets dry and powders," sug
gested tho reporter.
"If, I could sell one mom rake," said
the tramn, taking no notice of the re
mnrk, "I should have earned a dollar,
for it costs me nothing."
The reporter bought a cake and
"Does It really remove grease spots?"
'Well, no, It does not," replied the
tramn candidly: "but a irood manv t..u
pie think it does. I direct them to put
,1. . 1 4 I. .1 .
a nine oi ii on uie place iney want
cleaned, and then rub hard with a wet
nail brush. Of course, if the grease is
not too old, or has not penetrated too
far, the rubbing with tho nail bruin and
tho water would have taken It off, or at
least reduced It: but thev attribute It all
to the chalk, Then, even when tho
grease spot Is old, it disappears while It
is wet, and the people sometimes invito
me Ui dinner undor tho lmnresslon that
it bas gone altogether. 1 am quick at
my meals, aud I am fur enough away
before tho garment is dry and the greaso
nsioie ana yet mej say tramps are
William M. Eiarts Bquelohing an Egotist.
John B. Alley, of Massachusetts, on
of the greatest Egotist who ever sat in
Congress, resides In Washington during
sessions of Congress. He entortains
well. , At one time he gave a dinner,
and among tlm noted guests William M.
Evarta, ex-Secretary of State, was pres
ent During the whole evening Mr. Al
ley had the oad taste to monopolize the
conversation, and he incessantly talked
of himself. At last after he had spent
tho better part of tho evening in regal
ing those present with what President
Buchanan had asked Mr. Alley, and
how Mr. Alley had replied to Buchanan,
of how Abraham Lincoln had greeted
Alley on a certain occasion, and how
Salmon P. Chase bad advisod with him
on Another, Mr. Evarts was asked if he
had anything to say. He replied that
he had a single story to tell. It was
about Columbus. Said he; "You re
member the anxiety of tho mind of Col
umbus as the time arrived whon he had
calculated ho should arrive on the shores
of the new country. Morning aftei
morning ho appeared early on tho deck,
straining bis eyes in looking toward the
west At last, one day as he gazed
through his glass, his face was seen to
shine with surprise. Ho looked long
and earnestly, and finally handed the
glass to his most intimate friend at his
side, saying: "There, Alley, there is
iana at. last embrace me, Alley; out
fortunos are made.' "Cleveland Leader.
;, ,. , , , . ' i m i m
The ex-Empress Carlotta, of Mexi
co, sister of the King of the Belgians, is
in a much more tranquil state of mind
than formerly.. Her splenJid black
hair has whitened, but her health is
good, and she has recovered from the
attack of madness which followed her
being told of the execution of Maximil
ian. She is very fond of music, spend
ing many hours in playing duets with
ono of her ladies of honor, and also
shows much interest in her garden.
When the weather is tine she walks a
great deal in the park surrounding her
Chateau de Bouchant, and plays with a
dog which the Queen of the "Belgians
ono day rescued from some boys who
wero tormenting it, and gave to her sister-in-law.
The meanest man we have heard of
this liCxson is the fellow who telegraph
ed his sympathy to a friend who bad
lost everything in speculation, aud made
him pay for tho message.
Thursday Evexlxg, July 19th, 1 883.
The weather is unseasonably cool. The
nights sre cold and it is only in the middle
of the day that the mercury marks any
thing like what it should do to remind us
that we sre in the middle of summer.
The markets average dull with little
prospect of any change for the better soon.
The demand Is very limited in leading ar
ticles, but values remain about the same as
they have been for several weeks.
FLOUR The movement is small and the
market fairly supplied. Low grades are
not wanted at all and prices on other
grades are a shade lower.
HAY There is very little doing. Prices
of choice remains unchanged and common
is not wanted.
CORN The supply is small and de
mand fair at 48 cents for bulk white and
OATS The market rules steady but the
demand is small.
MEAL We note a good demand at
BRAN Tho demand is small for round
lots at C5 cents.
BUTTER Choice, fresh receipts find
ready Bala at quotations.
EGGS-Market flat and overstocked;
only fresh receipts in good condition will
sell even at present low prices.
CHICKENS-Plenty and dull. The de
mand is for choice large young in goo or
der. FRUIT There is a fair demand for to
inatocs, apples, etc., and small receipts.
POTATOES-Plenty and hard to sell
even at present low prices.
Salots and Quotations.
NOTE, Tn price Hera given are for Hale from
arm band in round lola. An advance U
Charged for broken tola id Qillngordera.
Sin bbl Tarloni grade .a W&S 01
rji KKla ..... I . ' .
IT' IFUI. I.U.;M...IHtHM.WIHIMWI.M P '
.') bbl family . 4 rt
uobb: choice 5
lean prime...... ,
ear choice email halea...
can gilt edge ,m;l bale.
I I 00
1 care mixed to bulk!'.'.'. '..'..,
Inn nlt.il In knife
3 can In bulk..
1 car loaacki
No. II lied, per bil
Sen hhla City s lots I STU 70
vr-u wuil viiy. '4 as
1W sacks M
fji pounfli choice Northern - 1(111
hi pouhdi tool,., Northern dairy IB4)
SOOpouude Southern till, freak... ..! ... W
4m doaen m
4KI doaen freak. .
mvi ... ....a.,..,,
Urufcholcs .,..,, 15nfl
ntnai I ..um. . lm j.j
5 coops keni....... . ......., no m)
10 coopt young chicken ,,,1 in
coop choice ouog cblckeu t uu
100 boies apple...,
1 ... . ft5
POTATO K S
Now potato per lmh SMtt
New potatoe. per bbl 1 5
Hit Cmt'i .4 0t&3 0
Fine unwashed 15il8
Plata Lamn lvJ5il'-S
B.C. Ilam i:l
Clear side I-1
St. John f 15
Ohio Klver 1
Jt btmhel burlap.
5 buebel ' ..
Peaehe. halvetand quarter ,
Apple, bright -
Choice navy ....
Choice medium ,
Dry Flint choice....
Sheep Pelt, green...
ft 7'.ft'i '
, 4 tit 5 m
4 W(i 'i
7 5a 9 '(
Uor i Leaf.
KATES OF FKBIOHT.
Hay Flour Perk
crt. bbl. nybbl.
IS 25 .-5
nii -a ctx
iM ) 4J
20 SO 45
v or:an(i,. 12'- 87
nleua,Ark l.'ij ao
Vlckuburit . IMi 20
Wabtiovr Mcmphl. Wi
CHEAP EXCCIIRIOS RATES EVERT DAt DCtt -ISO
TI1E 8CMMER TO BASTA FE, SBW
Santa Fe, New Mexico, is the oldest city
in the United States. It has reached the
end of its first third of a thousand years
its tertio-millenial period. TheTertio-Mil-lennial
Celebration and Mining and Indus
trial Exposition, which will be inaugurated
here on the 2d of July and close on the 3d
of August, will be an event of great histo
rical n well as practical importance to the
country at laro. It is intended to com
uiemorttte the three hundred and thirty
third anniversary of the Spanish settlement
of the place.
Which will constitute the practical part of
the celebration, will be an epitome of the
mineral, agricultural, horticultural, stock
aud general industrial resources and capa
bilities of the Territory. Those, therefore,
who are interested in either mining, agri
culture or bt'K'k-raisiug will have a good op
portunity to visit New Mexico this season,
hs the low lure will be a great inducement
to tnnke the trip. Tho development of the
mints of this vast region has but begun,
yet in the past jear the proportionate in
crease in the output of ore was greater than
in any other Ktate or Territory. New Mex
ico's showing at the mining exposition held
at Denver lot season showed, more clearly
thin anything else, the vastness of its min
It has been the general belief heretofore
that agriculture in New Mexico would not
pay. This is an unfortunate error. At the
exposition will be seen samylcs of all sorts
of fiuits and field products which vio with
those of prolific Kansas. With irrigation
tho soil of the Territory can . be made to
yield immensely, and there is no pursuit
more remunerative than that of farming.
Agricultural products, of all kinds, bring
high prices upon a ready market, always
accessible in tho growing mining towns,
and thu cost of raising is comparatively
small. As a cattle and sheep country, too,
.m w .lii'iico cannot no surpassed tier
valleys and mesas afford fine graziog
grounds for countless herds. A3 the cele
bration at Santa Fe will bo tho means of
drawing a larger number of people into the
Territory than usual, owing to the cheap
fare, an opportunity will be offered those
.1 I... !... . I .
wim limy nu niiurehien in siocK-raising
Resides the practical, tho Tcitio-Millenial
will embrace many features tho most novel
ami romantic, ror instance, three davs
tho 14th,10th, and 20th of July will be
devoted to tho presentation of historic
scenes. lueao will represent the tw-riod
which has transpired since the settlement
of tho city, each day to represent a century
of history and prog reus. The three civili
zations will also bo represented timr
which existed at the timo of tho coming of
tho conqueror, that which tho Hpaniards
orouuni wmi mom arxi mat which followed
the American occupation of 18(f). These
representations win no illustrated bv rul
cades In costume, Indicative of the several
distinctive expeditions into New Mourn
and the surrounding territory. There will
also do numerous tableaux, the whole com
bining to make one of the most novel and
interesting exhibitions ever witnessed in
this country. There will, In addition, Im
vnrious Indian games, races and dances bv
.1... T l.i . ' 1 r.i: .
i u i-iiuuios, urscunonnis 01 tue ancient in
habitants of tho Territory; ambuscades aud
sham fights by tho Zunis, with exhibitions
of their peculiar rites aud ceremonies, one
ot which will be a primitive dance retire
senting the gods and heroes of their folk-
loro mythology; native Mexican games,
dances and juggling ; original Aztec dances,
in which both Mexicans and Indians will
take part; various Mexican sports and the
grand fandango; war and other peculiar
dances by tho Mescalcro and
Jicarilla Apaches; exhibitions by Mexican
vacqueros iu throwing the lariat;
a mounted tournament, in cos
tumes of three centuries ago;
the Sitn Domingo and Sandia feasts, aud
other peculiar and interesting ceremonies
which would lako much space and time to
HOUND TKIP 10.
The rate for the round trip from Kansas
City and Atchison, including stop-oil both
ways at tho Las Vegas Hot Springs, is only
f 10, while the fare from all eastern points
is comparatively low. The Las Vegas Hot
Springs are among the most celebrated in
the world, and a cool and comfortable re
sort for the hot season. There is every in
ducement to go to New Mexico this sum
mer and it will bo taken advantage of by
thousands who will improve this opportun
ity to study, under the best possible con
ditions, the resources of the Territory and
invrstnients, and also to enjoy for the time
the most quaint and romatic spot in all our
country. It is an opportunity to see tho
Southwest the coming country which
ought not to be lost by any who have any
ambition to avail themselves of the un
equalled advantages there ottered for en
gaging in mining, agriculture, fruit crow
irg, stock raising, or merchandise. These
low rate tickets over tho Atchison, Topeka
& Sitnta Fe road are now on sale at Cairo
and all principal ticket offices, good to re
turn till August 31st. G27-15H
To The West.
There are a number of routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but thu direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louil and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
rkest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
if'iin ""'toect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of tl.if
line, which will be mailed free.
C. IJ. KlX.NAN, F. ClUNDI.ER,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
Better than 810.000!
"I spent over f 10,000 in 23 years," said
Major H. W. Hines, of Boston, Mass., "in
being doctored for epilepsy. I employed
the best physicians in New Orleans, St.
Louis, N. l ork, Phila., Boston, London and
Paris, but all to no purpose. Samaritan
crvlt)e has cured me entirely. ' f l.JJO.
Reject the Offer
y a dealer of any article claimed to possess
properties identical with or similar to teeth-
saving SOZODONT. Only purchase the
real .simou I'ure, which denes both imita
tion and competition. Nothing can vie
with it in efficacy, as a donor of dental
health and beauty, notwithstanding any
rrprctcotation to the contrary. It causes
the teiiih to gleam like burnished ivory,
contains no hurtful ingredient, and has a
ui't grateful flavor and smell.
Since boyhood I have been troubled with
Catarrh and Hay Fever, and have been un
able to obtain permanent relief until I used
r.ly 4 Cream Halm. It has cured me. E. L.
Clickem r, New Brunswick, N. J. Price 00
For twenty vears I was a sufferer from
Catarrh of the head and throat in a verv ag-
gravuted form, and during the summer
months with Hay t ever. I procured a bot
tle of Ely's Cream Balm and after a few
afulicittions received decided benefit was
cured before the bottle was Used. Have
had no return of the complaint. Charlotte
Parker, Waverly, N. Y.
To all who aro suffering from the errors
nd indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cere you, kkek
ok chauok. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
rend a self-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Jo-kiii T. I.nman, Station D., New York
Joseph R. Hawley, Chicago, HI., says:
"Brown's Iron Bitters cured me of dyspep
m from which I had suffered for eight
"Menosana in corpore smio:" "A Bound
mind in a sound body" is the trado mark of
Allen's Drain Food, and we assure our read
ers that, if dissatisfied with either weak
ness of Brain or Bodily powers, this remedy
will permanently strengthen both. $1 At
The grape crop of A. Spar's vineyards in
New Jersey last year was double that of
any previous year. His vineyards in New
Jersey have so increased each year that ho
has been enabled to keep a stock five or six
years ahead. None of his Port is sold Icsb
than four years old. It has become a popu
lar wine among the best physicians in New
York, and Is largely used for communion
purposes and for weak and aged persons,
For sale by Paul O. Schuh, druggist.
Work Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will mako an offur by which
you can earn $3 to $7 evenings, at your
homo. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. 0. Wilkinson & Co., 105 and 11)7
Fulton Street, New York.
tiiickieu'H Arnica Salvo
Tho Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Halt Hheuin, Fover
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to gtvu per
foct satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For salo by Harry
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FOUR SETS OF DATE FIGURES.
Taper, Bill Heads,
The ONLY Hound Hole Perforating Ma
chine in Southern Illinois.
Wherein John Sprout and Sarah Sproat, blr wife,
did by tiieir mile mortciKC, tuar!uK l-' Jatiunry
Jl -t, lKT'J, and recorded in Book 1" of Ocd. Id 1j
rcr.i.rdur'a office of Alvisndcr rountv. lllinom,
eocvuy and murtcaga to ttiv Dndrri-lgacd U.e fo.
lowing di'cr!!jd n-a1 Utn. Muau-d in toe coon
ty of Alrxanrier and city of ( ulro, I llnol.. ti lt:
l.ota numbered twelT (il), ibirt.cn i ,Si. foune- n
(14) and bfiren iir.J. Iu block niri bervd tnrt (3i.
In the Ftrat Addition to thu city ul t'alro afore
fald, to necurn the t ayuii nt nf a c Main t ion.la-fo-jr
note fieriitod b the ld John proat, in
aid fa!e nio lutige fully d'cnh'd; aud wh.rfai
d' Innlt ha buen mide In the pamDt of raid Dote
and Iht-taie dii4 npon raid lota, and aald note
rcmaina retbiT with aaid taxe. lona elnee mat
due and unpaid bv aaU op roil. Now, therefore,
on application f the Imal holdtrof aald uoieaud
under and by rtrtue of the pc-lal provleiona and
power of .ale In taid tale mortgage, I the under-
igiicd will on
.MOMMY. JULY TH1KTIETII, 1W1.
at the door or the court-hnuae. In aald county ot
Alexander, city of Cairo aud atate ofiillnota. at
the hour of i oVlock p. ni. of ild day. offi r f"r
ia!e and Nil at public auction to the highmt bidder
for caeh. the above de-crJhed real mate to Dav and
antiefy the amount rf principal and lute-real due
upoa aald note, and the taxea paid tiaon laid lo'i,
a la, in and by aald mortifave. provided.
Datea uairo, in., July Mtii, 1).
a Treasurer aud Mortvairre.
Green & Gllbt rt, Atton.eya. 714-2wd,
Br rinne f an execution Uauot out cf the
cltrk'i oltlce oltb circuit cwrt of Alexander eoun-
tvnud etate of lllinoia, and to me directed. here
by I ara commanded to make the amount of arer
taln Judgrtent recently obtained againat B V Wil
buiirn and William Wagoner In favor of rVnlollne
Broai, pianttff, before Geo. B. Olmated, Kiq., a
police Diagiatrut, lu and for the city of Cairo, a
tranacrlut of which hae bu duly filed In tie aald
clerk'a office as required by law out of the landa.
tenrmtnia, gooda ana cnat't-ia or tneaaia rtmj.
r. wt bourn and William Waconir. I nave levuid
on the following d' tcribrd prop'-rty, to-wlt: The
aotitftea-t of the eoutheai quarter of a c-
lino twenty twot..). and aiao tne weat aiaooi me
nonhweai of thu nortueaal aaartur and the Dortb-
eaalof thu norlhwert quar'er of eectlon twenty
cev. n (iT). All the aliove landa are altuated and
bine In townahip flfteeu US) and In range two ('Ji,
weal of :ird 1'. M.. In county of Alexander and
I hen-fore, ncoordhu to aald com nana. I ah all
expoae for aa!e at pub Ic am tlun. all the r pht. title
and lnlereat of the above named William Wagoner.
In and to the above deacribed ropert, al 11
o'clock a. m , on Kriday the Urn, of Anguet, IS83, at
the weatcrly door of the court hotiae, In Cairo. Ilia,
Dated at Cairo, III., this lath day or JOiy. iwi,
Ily virtue of an orecullon I'fued ont of the
elerk'a office ol the circuit ci.urt of Alexander coun
ty and atattt of lllinoia, and to me directed, where
by I am commanded to make the amount of a cer
tain judgment recently obtained againat Walters,
1. under aud Samuel Lanier :n lavor oi uunjamin
F. Ctirtla out of the landa. tenemnnii. gooda and
chattel of the ald Walter H. Lander and Simiiel
Lauder, l have levied ou the follow
Inz deacribed property, to-wlt: All of
aectlon eleven (II), In townabtp alxteen
(lb) and In range two CI), weatof the 3rd prin
cipal meridian, aald land la lying and bulng altna
leu in mo county oi Aiexannurann aiaie vi iiunoia.
Therefore, according to aald command, 1 ahall
cxt oae for aale at public auction, all t'.s right,
title and Interest of the above named Walter 8.
Lauder and Haniuel Lander, In and to the above
described property, at 11 o'clock a. in , on Friday
theMth day of Anguat. 18l. at Hieoterly door
of the roiirr hoiiao, In city of Cairo, Ilia
Diilod alTa ra, lil .tbla uih nay or jniy, iw.
Blieru Alexander County.
Hv vlrtno of an execution laaucd out of the
eUrk'a offloe of tho clr nlt court of Alexander
county und atale of lllinoia, and to me directed ,
whereiiy l am commanded 10 Diaan inu amonmoi
a certain Judgment recently obtained aalnat U. F.
Wllbi.urn ann William Wagoner In Tavnr of the
Alexander (Joiinty Batik, plaiitlff, before Geo. K,
Van . iioIIpji inarlatra'e In and for 111 u
city of Cairo, atranacrlpt of which baa buen dulv
filed Intheaaldclerk'aolllceaa required by law, I
have luvied on thu following deacribed propeity,
i.i.aii Tha outboaal of thf aoalhvreat nnartur or
of aectlon twenty-two Cti), and alao the weal tide
af tho northweaior tno norwicaai quarter anu ma
nurtheaat of the norihwni-t quarter of aectlon
twoiny-aevun (i ). A1 the ahov.i landa aro allua
ted nid lying In townahip Hfleen(l.j) aud In range
twil(x), weat ofllrd P. M.,ln thu county of Alex
ander and ainio of lllinoia.
Therefore, according to aald command, I ahall
oxpoae for aale at public auction, all the right, title
and Intoreat ofth- above named William Wagoner,
In and to the above rtoHcrlhort property, at II
o'clock a. m., on Friday the Mill flay or Angtlat,
IHM, at tho wealerly door of the court liouae, In
JOUN HODOKIa, .
Sheriff Alexander County.
Py virtue of an eieotitlon laatted out of tho
clerk'a office of the clicnlt cnnrt,of AtexandercOHn
ty and atale of lllinoia, and to me directed, where
by lam commanded to make thu amount nf a. cer
tain Jiitlgmont roronlly obtained againat Walter H
Lander in favor of Benjumln F l iirtlaont ofthe
landa, tenement, (rooda and ehattul of th aald
Walter d. Lander, 1 have levied on the following
deacribed property, to-wltl All of aoctlon e even
(11) In townahlp aixtnen (11) and In range two (!),
weatof tlieHrd principal merdlan, containing M0
acre, tho above deaorlhed land la lying and bains
Huat d In the county of Alexander aud dale of
lllinoia. . .
Therefore, according to aald command, I hall
npoantor aaln at public auction, all th right,
tlllu and Intereat of tbo above named Walter .
Lander. In and to lh above deacribed property,
atll o'clock a.m , on Friday theiHh day of Ailgnt,
1HH.H, at to woaterly door of the court huae, to
cltv nf Cairo, III. ' . . ; ,i
Sheriff Alexander County.
Check Books, Receipt
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
il?,JI,iinjiir.r il.. r I
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Lino Kunnine;
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Dibect Connection
I'Riiaa Liavi Caiko:
3:Of a in. Mail.
Arriving In St. Loult I 45 a m. : Chicago, 0:30 o.m.j
C'oLiitcUng at Udin and Effingham for Clncin
can, Lon.avllle, ludianapolia aud point Kaal.
11:1 i H.m. Ht. Iouis and "Western
Arriving in hi. Louli t:0S p. m., and connecting
for all point Weat.
3:00 p.m. KiiKt Kipreaa,
Fir St. Loul and Chicago, arriving at St. Louli
toivl p.m., and Chicago i a.m.
.'J:SO p.m. Cincinnati Kxprenaj.
rrlviDK al Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; LounvilU (:KS
a m.; lodlajiauolla 4 :06 a.m. I'aaaengera by
tbl train reach the above polnta la lo 36
llul'KS In advance oi any other route.
m. amre.. baa PI'M.MAN
k i l trnie.l e.u ' -, i- f ..,.... , i.l .
change, and through deeper to St. Lonl and
Fast Time Kaist.
f .J ceon o-iit'U 'y thl line go through to Eaat
1 CtnCUtlS em polnta without any delay
cauaed by Hunday tutorvenlng. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive In new York Monday
uornlng at 10:36. Thirty alx hoar In edvancof
nv other route,
l If For through ticket and further Information,
apply t lllinoia Central Kallroad Depot, Cairo.
J. U. JUNKS, Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON, (Jen, Paa. Agent. Chicago
II. K. TIMB GAUD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CK.NTHAL R. K.
Tra.n Depart. Train Arrive.
Mall m 1:05 l.m, I tMall :05a.m.
tAccotn II :10a m. 'Kxprua 11 :10a.m.
tExprraa. S.:0 p.m. Accom 4:15 p.m.
c. ST. I, & N. o. it. r. (Jackson route).
tMall 4:45a.m. I tMall . ... ,4:30p.m.
tKxpreaa 10 Wia.m. 'Eiprua 10:30a.m.
lAccom 3:50 p.m.
ft. l Si c. h. it. (Narrow-gauge).
Expraa 8:00a m. i Expreaa 1:11a.m.
Kx &.Mail....lO:HOa m. Kx. Mall...4:10p m.
Accom U:i'5n.m. Accom 2:00 p.m.
HT. I., h I. M. K. H.
tKxpreaa Irt::j0p.m. tKxpreaa 3:80 p.m.
W., ST. L. 4 P. H. R.
Mall A Ex 5:K)a.m. I Mall A Ex.. 9. 80p.m.
Accom 4:00 p.m. 'Accom I0:x0a.m.
Freight 7:45 a.m. Freight 6:45 p.m.
mobile & omo u. n.
Mall - 5:55a m. Mail 9:10p.m.
Daily except Sunday, t Dally.
Mayor Thnma. W. Ilallldny,
1'rcaaurur Charb F. Nulll.
Clerk Dentil. J, Foley,
t'oiitiaolor Wm. B. Ollbert.
rlarahal L. H.Meyer,
Attorney William Uendrlck.
BOAHO OV ALDlllllIK
firat Ward-W'm.McHalo, Harry Walker.
.Second Ward-Jeaae llinkle, C. Unghe.
Third Ward-B. F. Blake, ri;rt Smith.
Fourth Wtrd-Charle O. Patter, Adolph Bwo-
bFlfih Ward-CbM. Lancaatfr. Bnry 8loot.
Circuit Judge D.J. Maker.
Circuit Clerk-A. 11. Irvlp.
County Judge J, H. Hoblnon.
County Clerk S.J, Uumm.
County Treaaurer-Mlle W. rarkor,
rtheilff Johu ilodgo.
Coronot It. Fltagerald
County Commlaaloner T. W. llalllday, J. U.
lfulcahef andl'Uir Hauo.