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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOUNT N't, JULY 24, m.
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Publisher and Proprietor.
Tba Inquisitive Fisherman.
Once there wus u flshoi iinin
Who went, hi cMtvh Mniit) flsb:
Do took witli liim a basket
And u liitlo cbiiuidish.
"I'll u-e ono for thu fishes,
Thenther when 1 sup;
For, if they meet my wis-bes,
1,11 cook mid cat them up!"
Tic Ashed and fished the whole Jay lonf,'
ViNitn tnoru till iuir at night;
Ho biulud hooks and watched bit bob,
Hmcuuiil mitKot ablto.
Tie ihn ikiitMv down his rod nud line,
A n J vowed he'd go below.
To tt nd o hi what liit reason was
The fl-h hail usi-.J Ihiii mi.
Tho Ash all gathered round film,
Koh WHKJiiig liiitnu n mil,
From tho lilli'i polly-wogii)'
To I lie ureal gigiinlic unulc,
Boine tl-b wert-Joiikinir nca.'y,
And miiiic t-xci-ediiiji thin,
Itul all Keicg "'I 'o the man,
And uRcred linn a On,
They suld: "Wo have noohlna dish.
Nor basket '"nip mid tight:
Hut weuio very prudent flh,
WIki think I turn we bite.
Wp do not need to oonk our prizo
Ere wi' Mil down hih! sup."
And so, ttfoie hm very eves,
They atethiit fllx riip!
0. 1. (,'.. in St, Nicholas.
THE LOST EUBY.
"Sumo of von young ladies certainly
law it," Mr. Gaining s:iid, as he nod
ded liis lit' ad with an air of Dorfeet con
viction. "Miss CliHMiblo declared that
sho liad it on wlion she was in the car
riage, jn.iL licforn she canio to the room,
(or tdip di-lini'liy rcnietntmrs disetitan
jjliiti; it fiMin her shawl, and it was cer
tainly .'one when she went outside."
TIitp was a dead silence anionp; thn
girls who were wiwinjj in various jiarts
of the room, and llaltie Challis looked
up at her employer with groat, innocent
"Still, if wc had seen it, wo certainly
woiild "liavo lirouoht it to yoti- wouldn't
any of , nsP" , '
Well, voti certainly should have dono
so," Mr. Learning replied, a little .dis
eonilitod by her Mraightforward ques
tion. "Rut, 1 hepe, you don't think any of
us would bteal it?" Suo Taylor said,
tossing her ribbons with an air and a
"It was a very valuable ornament,
and worth a great deal," Mr. Learning
replied duhioiiBlv and vaguely. "
"1 dare, say Miss Chasuble' has got it
somewhere about her shawl now," said
Sue Indignantly; "and I wonder fom- it
Is sho hasn't nuy better business than
going about and making accusations
agniiibt tlio poor hard-workin" so win"
girls!" The girls sewed on, Ilattio Challis
pinging softly at her w.uk.with the Jan
uary Minhine falling full upon her in
nocent face, when there, was a little soft
rustling of bilken skirts, a murmur of
aristocratic voices ouNide the door, and
then the door opened to admit Miss
Chasuble herself - a tall, showy lady,
with bright black eu-s, and away of
carrying her head slightly backward,
that conveyed the i,(ea '(,f extreme
And when Ilattio looked tin shit was
evidently inclined to resent the f.ict that
Miss Cha.-uble looked rather particular
ly at her.
"1 know 1 muM have lost it in this
very room, and I insist upon a thorough
search being made at once. The charm
was a genuine ruby, and 1 certainly
cannot justify it to myself to allow thn
matter to drop so."
"Certainly not, certainly nol!" M.
Loatning replied, hardly knowing which
way to steer the linfc (.sM.nuf his
tongue between liis ib'slp, to plea.se so
valuable a u-t,,ln,.r !lM, ol l(, (1tVend
tii sowing-girls. -1 .hi nol suppose
any of my young ladies will object
At this iiioiii' iit Ku,j,i Tavlor crossed
the floor lowl:e:e II al tie ( 'h'iillih was .sit
ting and asked her for the iool of ltcv
illk. fe J
"In the upper drawer. Look for it,"
Haltle. wlitnied (pilelly.
And as Suie opened the drawer, Miss
Chasuble, glancing In the direction, haw
llio llery gleam of her ruby charm In
Uin little bo where Il.itli.i kept her dif
fered l.-co!ored sett ille-stiools.
"There! Didn't I tell mhi so?' dio
crlfd fl hc pounced upon the charm,
lierrves flaliiti'' and the color flowlnc
rapidly to her cheeks. "She has stolen
It, tlm artful creatine, and hhldeo It
away thoro, and she thought wo would
IW littlu Ilattie! she rnt ) on(,
trAnitformcd Into ft ululue of marble.
Sh could not apeak; nlm could not
pi.'! fier own liitioeonci). Slic felt paw
1 1 . THE
wless even to stem tlio torrent of lis.s
Chasuble's vehement reproaches.
I Shu cottbl only see the. other girls
gathering mutely around her only
hoar Mr. Learning's pained, shocked
"Ilattio, Ilattio, I would not havo be
lieved this of you!"
And then sho found voice.
"Indeed, Indeed," sho said faintly,"!
did not nt It thoro. I cannot linnglno
how It came there.',' ,
"Of course you will dischargo her,"
Miss Chasuble paid, turning to Mr.
Learning. "Otherwlso, 1 shallbo tinder
the painful necessity of summoning a
policeman myself. Such an audacious
theft must not bo allowed to pass un
punished." . "Of .course I shall discharge her,"
Mr. Learning said gravely, "unless site
can give a satisfactory account of how
the charm cantn there. Ilattie, child,
speak out and tell ns how it was."
Hut Ilattie "Could not speak; she could
ohly Rob and tremble, and look mutely
about her, as a wounded fawn might
havo doue in the midst of ilscnemiesT
Miss ChasuMo was inexorable; and. so
it came to pass that w hen half au hour
later site .crept to her poor little home,
she was not only deprived of the privi
lege of working for her morsel of daily
bread, but she was branded with the
stigma of a thief!
l'oor little Ilattie! She had been so
blithe and happy that morning, and
somehOAV it had seemed to her that lifo
had tiever before looked so sunshiny.
For she had even dared to think that
grave Mr. Learning spoke more gently
to her than to, the other girls', an
lingered longer by her side in giving the
directions for the day's work.
But now and Ilattie clasped her two
little cold handsover her eyes, and won
dered if it would be very wicked to end
all this weary horror in a placid unend
And while she sat, crouched all in a
heap, beside the dull tire in her little
room, wondering what to do with a lifo
that seemed so Jiopclessly wrecked to
her,.. Pete McCarthy, the janitor of
the firm of Learning and Company,
had just come into the work-room with
a big steaming pitcher of hot codec for
the girls' usual four o'clock refresh
ment. ,"An' is it the ruby ye' re. after makin'
all the corimiotion about?" he asked, as
he looked jiround upon the busy hit of
girls. "Faith, an' I could have told ye
where it was long afore this, if yo had
any of . yees come down and axed me.
Didn't I see it shiniu' loik a bigavil eye
bad luck to it on the (lure among-t
the scraps of silk, when I swept the
room? An' didn't I just slip it into Miss
Chillis' drawer for the safe kcepin1 of
it? An' didn't I mane to tell Misther
Laming the fursttime I seed him? Sure
I can't see what the divil the mvstherv
.Miss Chasuble looked at Mr. Learn
ing. Mr. Learning looked at the girls
sewing about hint, and a st ranee silence
fell upon thcni all.
I am vi rv 'orrv. I am sure." Miss
Chasuble said depreeatingly; "but it
wasn t tuv tauii.
"It was all my fault," said Mr. Learn-
uiC, " no u irouoieo iook upon ins lace.
"Poor little Ilattie -poor little fiigbt
And then, when Pete had lumbered
off down stairs to the furnace-room
again, and Miss Chasuble had taken
herself and her silken draperies into her
carriage at the door, Mr. Learning put
on his hat and overcoat and left the
"Ilattie, my poor littlu Ilattie!"
Thero she at ill crouched upon the
floor, by the almost lifeless stove, the
lovely brown hair disheveled so as to
cotnpletely veil her head and face, and
lief forehead buried in her hands.
At tlio sound of Mr. Learning's voice,
she tjtartcd nervously.
''Oh, sir, I didn't steal it, indeed I
didn't steal ft!" sho cried, a shudder
convulsing her slender frame. "Indeed,
Mr. Learning, I do not know -I haven't
the least idea how the ruby came among
"Iut I know!" said Mr. Learning.
And as he told hor the w hole ston', he
watched her with a look in his eves she
had "ever seen there before, while for
very joy the color came fluttering back
into her tell-tale cheeks, and a light in
to her wide eyes.
"And I may come back to work
ftgftin?" the falterndcnfpiiringlv. "I am
so poor, Mr. Learning, and there is my
little sister to keep at school, and moth
er J not able to do anything, and "
"Vou may do as you please about
coming back, of course," Mr. Learning
said gravely; "but I would rather you
Itattio's countenance fell, and her
swaot. n;d lips fpiivered.
"Not come back again! Oh, sir, why
"Pecatt.se, little Ilattio, I want to take
you to my own homo as lay wife. I
wau't to marry you, dearest, If vou think
you can be contented w ith such a grave
old sobersides as nie; and I think you
can trust inn that little sister and moth
er will not suffer by the exchange, in sit
uations." "Oh. Mr. I .C Mil 1 tlf I'fltl 1'. II, (iiiinn
it? .1 oil are not n earnest?"
"Ami hot In'enrnoxt. litth, T I 1 1 . . 9 r
have been in love with you for the lat
year, I thiuk -nay, I am sure of It.
Now, little one, will yon tako me?"
And Ilattie went hack to the work
room no more. She had indeed lost her
situation, but not on accouut of Miss
A Banana Coincidence.
A coincidence (th0 recollection of
which will doubtless bo as refreshing as
an oasis to the traveler in the desert)
happened In La Orange, On., not very
Jong ago. A wifo and mother was known
by the family to bo very fond of bananas.
hen tba llrsl bunch of the season of
thaUpldndid tropical fruit was exhibited
outside the front door of one of our
Htoros, the husband bought live, put them
u a paper sack, and when he readied
home, told his wlfo he had soinelhine
for her that he knew she would eniov
and ho wished her to enjoy them herself'
and not give them all away to the chll
dreu. our of hor aomi came In after
wards, one at a time, with precisely the
amt! i ntimbor. put up In paper slicks.
W hen, the last ono came In ho, told his
mother that he only bought live, as they
wera the last on tho bunch. La Oram,'
(Ga.) Reporter. J'
What is a Motor?
I shall at once explain what I mean by
tho term "meter," and 1 shall take the
How of water in a trough ns an illus
tration of my meaning. If wo hang in
a trough a weighted board, then, when
thn water flows past it, tho board will bo
pushed back a long wttyj.whon tho water
runs tho other way, the board will be
pushed tho other way. So, by observ
1111 the position of the board, wo can
tell how strong tho current of water is
at any time ISow, suppose wo wish to
know, not how strong tho current of
water is at this time or at that, but how
much water altogether has passed
through tho trough during any time, as,
for instance, one hour. Then, if wo
have no better instrument than tho
woicrhted board, it will bo npcenvv to
observe its position continuously, to
keep an exact record of tho correspond
ing rates at which the water is passing
every minute, or better every .second"
and to add up all tho values obtained.
This would, of course, bo a very trou
blesome process. Thero is another kind
of instrument which may be used to
measure the flow of tho water: a paddle-wheel
or screw. When tho water
is flowing rapidly, tho wheel will turn
rapidly; when slowly, tho Wheel will
turn slowly; and, when tho water flow s
the other w ay, tho wheel will turn the
other way, so that, if we observe how
fast the wheel is turning, weean tell how
fast the water is flowing. If, now, wo
wish to know how much wateraltogeth
er has passed through tho trough, the
number of turns of the wheel, which
may be shown by a counter, wi'l atoneo
tell us. Them two, therefore in the
case of water, two kinds of instruments,
juo which measnies at a time, and tho
other during a time. Tho tern meter
should le confined to instninents of
the second class only. Froin"Mdi'rs
for Pviiu r and Eleclririty," C. I'.t
non H!., in Popular Srioirc Monthly
Monday Eveni.vo, Jri.v 23n, 1?83.
The weather is close and sultry, with oc
casional showers; the temperature is very
high bordering on 100 degrees.
The market is v.-ry quiet. Scarcely any
thing doing except in a small order and re
tail way, with no immediate prospect fur
FLOUR Very dull, no movement to
s cok of. Values remain as qtn ted last
week and stocks are small.
HAY Common hay is UDsalealle and
nd likely to improve. There is always a
moderate demand for strictly choice.
CORN Transactions are small ar,d quo
tations hold steady for bulk in good condi
tion at 49 cents.
OATS Market quiet and stocki are
light. The new enp will begin to tmere in
a few days and will cause a decline in
MEAL Firm and unchanged.
TiRAX Stocks are fair and demand
BUTTER Choice is in steady demand at
EGGS Fresh receipts in cases find
ready sale, but the market 1s easily over
stocked during the present hot weather.
CHICKENS Choice large young chick
ens find ready sale. Small arc not wanted.
FRUIT Receipts are confined to toma
toes, apples and watermelons, of these ap
ples are overstocked and dull. Several
cars of watermelons have been sold at $10
to f 15 per hundred.
POTATOES Plenty and no demand.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. The prlrea hern mn are for ttr fri tii
flrxt hiiiidn tn round lot. An advance li'
chared fur broken lotain filllneordrm.
3i Mil a various trades.. .1 Wl a '
5" Mils extra fnnry S li
G bill fftinilv .. 4 1)
I'm I1 choice 5 ii.'i
1 n r prime ln 0
-ours cholceamall bale 12 00
li Cars Kilt ed-e Vi In
1 L"ir mixed ln hulk.
1 cur mixed in bulk
2 tars in bulk 9t
4 c ars chol-i; in litilk 85
No. i lied, per bu 1 ra
No. si Medtteranemi ; 1
mi: , i
&i bblsCIlv III lots 3 Tn
.".00 bblaClty 2 05
ftt pouufln choice Northern lliftl
Mo potvidM choice Northern dairy ltWfcW
ui pounds Souihi ra Ills, freeb, 10,
'm doxeii 7)
4'K dozen frenh , . ...'..'" ft
2'H dozen , y
LaiR.- chulre jij f)0
- li 00
3 i-HOPs hem............. .'. a fKar. fin
lileoojuyoiu'ttchukeus i jmi U0
ttconpH choice young chickens fiyjj Jj
Fit f TT.
rn boxes t imatocs jy,ni'n
tfl boxes apples j.in
New potatoes per hush "Vtiah
New potatoes, per hid j ryi
4 Ola DO
Fine unwashed , IB tt It)
I. A HI).
Tlercea . )1U
Half do . n ,U
Plain hams 1&12!4
8. C. Hums ia
I'lear sides U'
tihoiilders , nous
St, John y. in
Ohio River .It
2 4 bushel hnrlaps t
S bushel "
reaches, halves an) quarters 43l
Choice navy ....
Choice medium .
Dry Flint choice...
Sheep I'elts.dry ..
Sheep Vi Its, green..
I J T!W?V I"
4 50 S ft
4 7.V& M
li Mtl 7
7 K'm 8 'i
..ow Li ii f
tier 4 Leaf
RTUS OK FREIGHT.
Hay Flour Turk
Scwt. bbl. Khbl.
IS '" .;fi
JO W 45
20 3n 45
v Or eniis,...,
J. T. Hueford, ShelJon. LI., fvs: ''I am
selling Crown's Iron Bitters, an i it gives
A Nonristiinsr Wine.
Old and infirm persons need pome mild
Ionic or ircntlo stimulant, especially at this
season. The wine made at Speer's Mount
Prosni-et Vinevards. in New Jersey, ralle
Spier's Port Grape Wine, is use 1 in the At-
sntic Stares the best tonic wine known.
and is regarded as pure, and is very popu
lar among physicians. It is especially
beneficial for females and old people Sr.
Work Given Out. On receipt of vi ur
address we will make an oiler by which
yon can earn 'i to 7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls cau do
it. It. 0. Wilkinson &, Co.. 195 and l'C
Fulton Street, New York.
"Menu sana in corpore sano:" "A sound
mind in a sound body" is the trade mark of
Allen's Brain Food, and we assure mir read
er that, if dissatisfied with either wei.k
i;ess of Brain or Bodily powers, tl is remedy
will permanently strengthen both. $1 At
T 1 1 1 ; TKRTIO MILLENN I A L
tiritAI' rXCt'KSION IIATKs I.VKKY DAY llflt
ISo Till-; SI MMKR TO SANTA FK, NEW
Santa Fe, New Mi xico, is the oldest city
in '.he United States. It has reached tho
end ofits lirst third of a thous'uid years
its ti rtio-millenial period. The Tertio-Mil-h-nuial
Celebration and Mining and Indus
trial Exposition, which will be inaugurated
lu re on the 2d of July and close on the l)d
of August, will be an event of great histo
rical as well as practical importance to the
cmitry at Urge! It is intended to com
ne ntorate the three hundred and thirty
third anniversary of the Spanish settlement
ot the place,
Which will constitute the practical part ol
the celebration, will be an epitome of the
mineral, agricultural, horticultural, stock
and general industrial resources and capa
bilities of the Territory. Those, therefore,
who are interested in either mining, ajri
culture orst'H-k-raising will have a good op
portunity to visit New Mexico this season,
is tin! low tare will be a great inducement
to make the trip, The development of the
minis of this vast region has but begun,
yet iii the past year the proportionate in
crease in the output of ore was greater than
in any other State or Territory. New Mex
ico's showing at the mining exposition held
at Denver last season showed, more clearly
than anything else, the vastness of its min
It has been the general belief heretofore
that auriculture in New Mexico would not
pay. Tins is an unfortunate, error. At the
exposition will be seen samples of all sorts
of fruitM and Held products which vie with
those of prolific Kansas. With irrigation
the soil of the Territory can be madn to
yield immensely, and there is no pursuit
more remunerative than that of farming.
Agricultural products, of all kinds, bring
high prires upon a ready market, always
accessible in the growing mining towns,
and tho cost o( raising is comparatively
small. As a cattle and sheep country, too,
New Mexico cannot be snrpussed." Her
valleys and mesas afford fine grazing
grounds for countless herds. At the cele
bration Ht Santa Fe will be the means of
drawing a larger number of people into the
Territory t'.inu usual, owing to the cheap
fere, an opportunity will be offered those
who may be interested in stock-raising
TIIIC ( Kl.EIIUAlIoN.
Besides the practical, tho Tei tio-Milleuial
w ill cmbraco many features the most novel
mid romantic, For instance, three davs
the ltfth, 19th, and 20th of July will be
devoted to the presentation of hisioric
scenes, These will represent the period
which has trunspired since tho settlement
of the city, each day to represent a century
of biHtory and progress. Tho three civili
Zatlons will alao bu represented that
which existed at the timo of tho coming of
the conquerors, that which tho Spaniards
brought with them and that which followed
tho Xmerican occupation of 1810. These
representations will be illustrated by caval
cades in costume, indicative of tho several
distinctive expeditions into New Mexico
and the surrounding territory. Thero will
also be numerous tableaux, tho whole com
bining to malic one of the most novel and
interesting exhibitions ever witnessed in
this country. There will, in addition, bo
various Indian panics, races and dances by
the Pueblos, descendants of Iho ancient in
habitants of tho Territory; ambuscades and
sham fights by tho Zunis, with exhibitions
of their peculiar rites and ceremonies, ono
of which will fat a primitive dance repre
senting the guds and heroes of their folk
lore mythology; native Mexican games,
dances and juggling; original Aztec (lances,
in which both Mexicans and Indians will
take part; various Mexican sports and the
grand fandango; war and other peculiar
danet-s by the Mescaieto and
Jicarilla Apaches; exhibitions by Mexican
vncquens in throwing tho lariat;
a mounted tournament, in cos
tumes of three centuries ago;
the San Domingo arid Sandia feasts, and
other peculiar find interesting ceremonies
which would take much space and time to
iiocM) TRir f 10.
The rate for the round trip from Kansas
City and Atchison, including etop-off both
ways at the Las Vegas Hot Springs, is only
fiO, while the tare from all eastern poin's
is comparatively low. The Las VegB Hot
Springs are among the most celebrated in
the world, and a rool and comfortable re
sort for the hot s -us'in. There is every in
ducement to i;o to New Mexico this sum
mi r and it will be Liken advantage of by
ii"U-ands who will improve this opportun
ity to study, under the best possible con
ditions, the n sources of the ltnitory and
invtsinn nt-, nnd also to enjoy for thu time
the tno.-t quaint and romatic spot in all our
country. It is an opportunity to see the
Southwest the coming country which
ought not to be lost by any who havo any
ambition tn avail themselves of the un
equalled advantages there offered for en
gaging in mining, agriculture, fruit prow-i:-g,
stock raising, or merchandise. Thtse
low rate tickets ovi r the Atchison, Topekj
,V r -Hit a re road are now on sale at Cairo
and all piineipal tickit offices, good to re
turn till August ,'llst. 027 15d
lUTG ACER'S SAI.K.
Whereas John Miroat arid Ouruli Snrnnf 1,1. u r.
did by their ile morij;ai'n, h.-artui; dili- Jutioury
silrt. 1 -TI. aud molded In li'mk lu of l.'K -ds. In il.e
fee- rd. r' oH!'-.e of .Vi-xnlid't co'int,-, Diiio',
totivey and niurtcaee to ihe iitidefflgued tU- f al
low ln described rial estrn.-. sit: ated in ilu- coun
ty ol AW-xetidi-r and c:ty l Cairo, 1 lluols. to-wl'.:
Lots numbered twelve (U), tblrt.cn (.3: four.-n
(1 ti and lift' vu (15). In hWi uuii hvr d three CO.
lu the Hirst Addition to the r'tv of CMio at in
said, to si'inro the 1 awmiu cl a Ytaln iron. Is-i-o'y
nolo eecutel b. the said .'"hu -jifuat, 'n
raid sale mo tt'a'v! fnliy di.--i rih.-d ; and h.ras
d- (null has hi -en made In Un- pawie-m of ,-a.d iin'e
and tlie tcs dim upon snl.i li'tH, and said imte
reinains tKt-Oier itn raid tax. linK since tn!
Uiic and uncaol bv mid .sproat. Now. therefore,
on application f the 0 L'K. t.oliiuof raid Loli-aMl
tinder and Sy v'rtae ol the . pci::sl iirnvMbins a ,d
power i f sa. e tn said ra' mo;i(i', I th tinder
sIl'' "d - t II en
MONUAV. dl'LY TMiHTIETIf. 1st.
at the duor ol the coii-t-le.u-f, In r a:d cunM ol
Atexiilidtr. '!) of Cairo ni.d stale ol llili ol", at
the hour of S o'clock ii. in. of siid dav. elfir ( r
raii; and sell at p'ihiic auction to the hVlu-tt bidder
fur cash, the above de-crll.t-d real to pay and
Satisfy t lie amount i f prindpil and 1nteret dim
Ujioi, said rote, and Ihe laves paid nson laid to ,
as Is, in and hy said iie.r! i-ai;e. prov'ilt-d.
j'ated cinro. in., July hoi, iski.
ai Treasurer and Miirtc,.i'c.
flreeti A fii'b. rf, Aitorneys. Tlt-.'d,
f'.y villus of an i imiiilnii lni-d out of th"
d'-rk's ollire ef the ciu 'ill ci urlol Altiaiid- rcOHn
ty aed -tute of Liliio's. and to Hie cllnclrd. when
by 1 urn romniHudid to make the amount "I a ror
laln Judynu nt recently obtaIii-d st'M'ist W alter S
I aiider iu favor of Uenlunlri F i ur'ln oat of Ihe
lands, tei:rnn'iii. (roods ste! tlia'tuls of Ihe tub!
WaltorH. Lander, 1 havo 1 v!td on iLo fullowlnj;
described roj.erty, to w it : All of sect'on e uven
(III. In township sixlcet! il',) and In rant" (wo ,-'),
west of the:ir l J.rlielpa; lurrilian. cni.tallili.i i.M
acres, th" above ilenri '.ed 'an I is lylny nud heon;
situal d In ilu- coiitily ( A. lander and slale of
Th'-refore. acr.ordlin.' to said coinma-.d, 1 slull
CXPOM' for sale at p-iliilc a'ictlon, all Ihe rlcht,
tltie and Interest mI lie- above named Walter H
Lander, lu and to the a'io-n ilcn.-ribed nrnperiv.
at 1 1 o'clock a, m , on Frl ia l he nth ilay of AutruV'.
lsftl. at Die westerly dour ol the ro irt hnuse, In
city nf I'alro, Ills.
Dated at Cauo, 111 , this lith (lav of,rulv, I-S",.
Sheriff Alexander County.
Hy virtue af an exerutUm Issued out cf thf
clerk'it oltb e ol tba clrcuii cv.irl of Alexander couie
tyand state of i;iliiul. and to me directed, there
by I ma coinuiunded to make tin- amoiiiil of a'er
talu Jinlcn.i'iit receuiij obtulm d against H. F. Wll
bnurii mid WIHluui Wanniier in fnvorol Fredollne
Bross, planllll, b- fure t.eo. K Oliusied, Fsq , a
police mao-trat.e. In and for the city ol Cairo, a
transcript ol which haahi un duly Died lu the said
clerk'r olllce as reijuired by law out of Ihe binds,
t'.iii-uii uts, noods and i hai Is of th said lknj
F. Wl.houni and Will lam Wai.oui r, I have lebt
on the folluwIiiK d n rlln d prnpi-ny. to-wlt: The
souliica-l of the p.jutli tt 0,-iartcr of nc
ttoii twenty two ojj), and also tbu w-esi side of the
northwest ol the northeast quarter and thonorth
easinf tlie norlhwesl iiianer of section twenty
reviU('T). All tin-alio v.i inndn are situated and
lmr Ui township fifteen tl5; aud In ranu'e two li),
west of aid 1. V , In county of Alexander anil
slate ol Illinois.
Therefore, accor.llm; to salil coiuman I. I shall
expose for sale al puli.lc sucllou, all the r'i;Lit. title
and tnteresi ol'tlie above named William W auiicr.
lu anil to the above described (ro.iertv, at 11
u 'clock a. ni , on Friday the tfili of August, lssri, at
the westerly door ol'tlie court heusu. In Cairn, Ills
Jbitcd at Cairo, HI., this I-.Mh day of .Inly, lss:j,
Sherllf Alexander County.
11 virtue nf nil execution Issued out of the
clerk's office of the circuit court of Alexander coun
ty and aUlu of Illinois, ulid to Ml u directed, where
by tain commanded to make thu amount, o( a o r
linn Judunieiit receiilly olilalui'd against Waller S.
1 andur unil Samuel 1. seller lu favor of lhiiijamlli
F. Curlls oul nl the lauds, I i-n nieuis, H"Oili and
( li a tela ol Hie said Walter S. Lander and Suiuuel
1. aieler, I have levied (in the follow
Inn desi rlbed propmtv, to wit: All of
see! Ion eleven (It), lu township sixteen
fii) and In ranj.'c two (J), west of Iho lltd lirlti
clpnl iu 1 rl I i ii n . said land is lylnt; and hi Inu sltua
ted In the count) of Alexander nud alula uf Illinois.
Therefore, ucconllnc to said command, 1 shsll
ixiose for sale at piiilic auillun, nil the tlitht,
title and Interest of tho above naiiied Waller S.
Lander mid Samuel Lander, In and to Ihe above
iloacrllicd piope.rty, at 11 o'clock a. in , on Friday
Lim Villi day ol A'iuusI. IhM. al thnvcslerly door
of Hie l owri liuu-u. In city ol Cairo, 111"
Ibited at Cairo, 1,1 , Ibis luth dav nf July, IRsil.
Sherill Alexander County.
IIKRII F'S SALK.
Hy virtue of an exerullon Issued oul. of the
Cirr i's odlco of Hit droit court of Alexander
couuly nnd state ul Illinois, and to mo tlltee.icd,
whcreiiy I am c.oin'uiiiideil to make Hie nun lint it
aeertiiin Judtiviit rerenlly obliilned atanirl LI. I''.
Wlilu urn nun William Wnuotirr in lavnr ol the
Ali'Milider lloillily llailk, t Mil 1 1 11', beloru Him, "K.
t.ilms'eil, h,(( , a politic inn .Islmtii In ami lor flte
ellvef Cairo, a transcript of which has been dulv
llh d in Hie said clerk's olllce as n i0 irerl by law , I
have levied on tlm - follow Intf ih scribed pinpnty,
lu-Mil: 'I'hn soulbeiist of the sole Invest quarter ol
ofsei'tliin twentv-lwii Oil), and also Ihe west side
af thn iioithw'iis't of ihe noitliunst ipinrter a id the
lioiiheast, of 'be ilnrihwe-t. ipianer ol iretloli
iwetity seven fi b A 1 the slmv.i lands aru sltua
ted nd Ivliu? In tow-i shl(i llftnsn (151 and In range
twolil, west of Srd I. M,,lii the county of Alex
ander and state of Illinois.
'I liet-eroie. nf.r.iirillni: to said c nnmatid, I snail
ev,iise for sale al public auction, all the rbrbt, title
and Inlerest nfth nhove named Wltllnm Wauotier.
In and to tha hIiovm (Inscribed property, at it
o'clock a, in,, on Friday the tlth day of Annual
ISS), at thn '.vuatorly door of the court house, In
"'"'i - .. ..roi.NnoT.om
, UherlB Alexander C'.iun ty.
ILLINOIS CKNTKAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Lino Hmmini
Q DAILY TltAIM
U From Cairo,
Marino Dikkct Connkotion
I'iuim I.iiva Caiho:
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Arriving in St. I.ul. I 45i.j Chlcato.S 50 p m
loiiiu-cilng at Odin and KAr,Kham for cFnSu
liatl, Lotu.ylllu. Iiidlanapolt. a.d pelr.t, East
M l la.m.Bt.Louls ,,,,,1 i,tern
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lfl:in p m , and t'hb auo T;'.li a m
1 fit) -j, m. ( 'i, (nnt i KxprohB.
u.rl.v,n 'IV'lLiiatt T:nri a.m.; Lotus rt!!0V,:',s
in.; Indianapolis 4:05 a.m. ras-eiir. hy
MOl bh in a'hance ol any other route.
i I f. 1 N ( , c A 11 tairo to I'lBiinratl, without
chancea, and tlirongh slee . t0 1st, lonl. and
I'ast Time; Knt.
f'jlsf'llf f'l'SJ hy !lm' Kothrongli to Hist.
A, .' , i !nV . trn I,u!,it" "ithout any delay
caused by Siiudav Inteneniiig. The Saturday after
noon train from 'alro arrive, in new York Bondar
norniuR at i.,:?s. Thirty six honrsln advance"7!
I i other route,
iWt through tickets and furtl.ar Information
ifl t at Illinois Cctittal Ralln.a.l lb-pot, Cairo
. ti rl,vUv.',',.,l JONKS, Ticket Agent.
A. Ti. nANS0N.(;rn. Fass. As:Tit. Chicago
K. It. TIMK CAHI) AT CAIRO.
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Iron M'luu'a'n R. It
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..7:-wtm to 7:3a pm
..fi a. m. totp m.
. a. m. to 10 a. m.
. .b a. m to 1o:3n am
V 0. gen. del. op n from
I'.O. box del. oi en from
Sm.(la.vs get . ilel oi vn from.
Siiinlss lox del. open from.
I ir-S'UTt; -ChaiiL-ci will
b published from
time Pi time In city papr. ('tanve vour cards ac
cordlnuly. WM. M. .ML Rl'HY, I'. M.
'AlLU BAI'TIST. -Corner Tenth and Topb r
J s'.nets; preaching every H;;nday mo nlngand
nil ht at toual hours 1'iayer meet ug Wedn'i
i'tty flight ; Sunday school. ".(' am
Rev. A. W. tOARA, Pastor
pUlRCU OF THE RKHKEMKK (EptscApa)
Vj Fonrterutb street; Knnday !-n ni.. Holy
Cnti.imiiilou il:rJa. in.. M ;rnlrjg Prayers It a. in.
Sunday school a p. m., Kvfntr.g Prayers 7:4" p.m
F. 1" I avenport, S. T. H. Hector.
IMHST MISKIONAKV HAPTIHT CHL'RCIL
S l'reuchlne at in Do a. n.., :t p. m., aud 7:3o p. m.
nbliith school at T:Sd p. m Rev. T. J. Shores,
I ITIIEltAN -Thirteenth street; servtcs Sab
I . ba'hl.'in a tn. ; Sunday school 2 p m. Rev.
MK'."!II))!ST-Cer. Klchlh and Kalutit streets,
I'n sehlnc Sabbalh ll.'ma. m. and7:?(( p.m.
M.da, S'-hool at .t:oop m. Rev J. A . Scarrett,
p . -r
I y HEr li YTERI AN - Eighth street; prcacnlng on
i Sabbath at ll:0ii a. n.. and 7:' p. m.;iryer
neetlne Wednesday at 7:3'' p.m.; Sunday Scheol
,t :t I . pi. Rev It. V. (.ieorp, pasUir.
C'T. JOSEPH ti--a Roman Catholic) Comer Cross
and Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10:30 .
i: . ; H n i'. a., Sel.i.ol al '.' p. m. ; Vespers 3 p.m.; r
ni --s eve-i'dny at S a m. lfev, O'ilara, Priest.
fl I'ATHIt'Ks -riionian Catholic) Corner Ninth
v. s're.-t and Washln-tnii avenue; servlcos Sah
la'h s a j, -I In a. ni. ; Vespers .1 p. m. j Sunday School
; p. in. services overy day al S a. m. Ret. Vastoiieri
ujwr "hiiina. W. Ha bc'ny.
I 'en. If i-r - Cl.a'b.S F. Nellls
I'lerk - IV nnls. .1 . I'olev.
C'inuebir -Wm. H. tltl'bcrt.
' irsl.nl --L. II. Meters,
Vinrney.. Wlllliim Hendricks.
:eAKn or i.iitMC
First V.'srd-W'm.McIlale, Harry Walk-r.
S. ' olid Ward- Jesse llitikls, ('. N. Hughes.
I bird Ward -11. F. Illake, rK ert Smith
I'iii.rih Ward -Charles 0. Palter, Adoiph Swo
'ifth Ward -Ci as. I ar enstrr, Henry S out.
Con nly (Mllct'i's.
.Mre lll Judge I). J. linker.
Circuit Clerk-A. II. Irvln.
County Jude;c-J. II. Robliison.
Comity Clerk H.J. Huliim.
Cnnnly Treasurer .Viler- W. 1'nrker,
Slicilfi- John Hodges.
Coroner It. Fllxgi ruin
County CotnmlsHloiiet's-T. W. llnlHday, J. II.
Mnlcahet and Peter Sann
flpoodlly rraiorfil y ths uss af rtoM ''''
nvsir, wliinb elfnclnally curss !n rooa Ibll
its. Tlrlllljr, rrnaiar Dsry,(l
ail tublM arising fanra oswos- and
IMiiupWt arviftHo mallad Ift wW-1'1
HI fff i' I is any m'l'rso Jj""
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