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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOKNINil, JULY 28, 1885.
$200 a xm
CAN IfJi AVKl)
INTJIE LIVING EXPENSES
OF THE FAMILY
by tbe use of IIkx Manses, Tho Humlatoa Food
Preservative. It prcserv- Meat, Fish, Milk,
Cream, Kgga, and all k,liidHof Anlnvil Fond f-csb
and sweet fur weeks, ten In the hottest woat her.
This can be roveii by tint testimonial! of hun
dreds who buvu tried U. You can prove ll for your
elf f..r Mlceies. Vim will duct ihut Ihln l an arti
cle which will save you a greul dual of money.
"No tfpolloa MHt.
No Stitle Kerjtu.
It will keep them fteshi ai d sweet fur nisnr days
and does not Impiirt Hie slli htest foreign taste to
tho ajtWi-s tmaieit. It is so simple in operation
that a child ran follow the rttrnrt tins, I as harm
less aa ra t and '! onlv a fraction of a cent to a
pound ol rn.oa.ii ilrb, biitinr or cheeau or to a quart
of milk. Tin h no hnmbim; it la endorsed by
such men its 1'rof. Sam'l W. Johnson of Yale Col.
lege, told by niu'ilist and grocurs. Sample
pounds sciU pie-puid by mall or express (aa we
prefer) u lei-el c of p'lce. Name your express
ofllre. YUudme brand fur muni; t'ocan Wave for
ft eh and ouk-HhkI; Snow Flai e for milk, butter and
cheese; Antl-Ferment. Antl-l'ly and Anti-Mold. Site
per lb. curb. J'uarl for crvittu ; Queen lor eggs,
and Aq'ia Vit'f1 for fl Id extracts, per lb. each.
THE 1IU ..1STON Fool) I'ltKSKKVlNO CO.,
72 Kilbv St . liOHton, Mass.
For sale by 7'Jo dtwlm
No lime should be lout If the stomach, llvar and
bowels are affected, t' sdopt the aure remedy,
Host -Hcr's Stornnch Miters. Hsensrs of the or-
Suns rained tieget oihtrs far more surlous, and a
elav la therefore buzurdous. Dyspepsia, liver
complaint, chills And fever, early rheumatic
twinge, Ulilm y weakness, brlnij aerloua bodily
tronnle lftrtflrd with. Ikik uotltno in using this
effective and safe nie.iiclno.
For sale by all Drng.'ists and Dealers genonilly
Thi elegant dressing
it preferred by those
who have used it, to any
similar ankle, on ar
ount of ii'J superior
:lcanliness and purity.
It contains materials
only that are beneficial
to the scalp and hair
Restores the YoutMul Color to Grey or Faded Hair
Parker's Hair Folsam In finely perfumed and is
warranted to prevent falling of the hair and to re
move dandruff and itching, lliscox & Co., N.Y.
50c. and II ilitt, nt dilrs 1 dniji nd mffdlrlnts.
A Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If you are a mechanic or f.irmer, worn out with
overwork, or mmher rim d. wn by family 01 huuto.
t.M ouuestty Faih! ', OiKClk Tonic.
If you are a lawyer, minister or business man ex
hausted by mental strain or anxiouscsren, do not take
Litoxicatingituiiu!ants,ltuiue Parker's (Jin ger ionic
If yrnhavo Consumption, Dyspepsia, Kheutna.
Ism, Kidney Complaints, or any disorder of the lungs,
stomach. Imwels, blood or nerves. Phk n' Cinuaa
Tonic wiHciirayou. Histbor,re;itcttlood Purifier '
And the Beit and Surest Cough Cure Ever Dud.
If vou are wasting away from ace, dlsslpstion Of
any disease or weakness and reipiiio a stimulant take
CiNf.aa Tonic at once it will inviKurate and build
Jou up from the fust dost but will never intoxicate,
t has saved hundittls of lives; it may savt yours,
I CAUTION !-RfiinUmbitliiili. I'rWiGln(mTonkli
eompoMd ot ilw brtt mntduil np.nu la tlit world. and knttrtly
diftrrtit fniui pfitttloiiir i-itinr nlont. fivtid foroltmlsrto
Uikoi a Co., N. Y, i'X. A SI ium, l dealers la draft.
OIIEAT FAVI.NU BL'VIMJ DOLLAR 8I'&
l,a ..-U m..A In m 1 - I .L!.
delightful pertume exceedinRly popular, Thar
la not IiIiik like It, Insist upon having Florbs.
ton Coloonb and look fur signature of
an rf bottls. Any riminrlit or desltr ta ptrfaaicr
ea iu.ily ymi. (UndlliMit ilus.
1.AH(1B SAVINO BUVINU He. 8IZE.
An Euthnsiastio Silk-Oulturist,
Ctiti not ii'ls rni.su silk us wel
"Ycc, Ii"1Ut," H-iys :i pirl wlio otiht
to kiiow, inr .sin; litis in on nii.sini; hiIk
lit-iM'lf fur two vt'ivf.s. "Of coursi'. hov
Jim fi't'il tlic worms ;is well itrt jirls; but
wlicn it conies in Imtiillitiijf the tlflifttto
libiTH, for rcrliti or other iuirii(isi, tho
.1.1, ! I .i i
Run 'i'ii. iiii'ts IVU lllfin till! HU
As tier f:iltiilv livi"l in llio heut't il
tint eiiy, where there were no mulberry
trees, sue suiii iter i;ti:ieru.s"ii to start out
fit 4 0 ttloek every llloi'liill itl the feed
iiiK nenson iiml v;i t ) the park,
iruthcr fresh leaves fni-1 er wih iiih.
Thin I'm le irl's f.illier lu l,eil her very
Kintiiy. lie iiiaueiir.mi v luf hertoenviT
with ttelM for her fee iitid-nys; itml, af
ter uwliiln, iictii:t!l nmveil io a bouse
fiemvr the park, ibat ilie wotihl not
ImveNo far lop) for tin- mulberry leave.
So now they have only it inihi to jjo rttnl
need not start on their tuoniin walk till
about ! oYloek.
"Wliero do yon feci your worms in
ma rcsnn Heiison." ' we nsketi.
"Kiht here in this room." ulie
plietl. ,"liut hs they jjmw wti huvo
Mireritl them out over three roomn
tiiotijrh our fraiiH'H urn live stories hll
that is, there, tire live tiers of trays.
ralso o ninny worms now that my ftith
or mul two brutht rs have to help 1111
eari'V home loaves fur themevei'v tiwirn
j - - - - . . . , . J ...
lug, and sometimes lint hoya have to eo
again In the evening. Hut It Is only for
ft ftiw tlnys that the worms eatttonitieli.11
(7. M, fit. Iknys, in HI. Nicholas for
Tllf if wna fl rfiiinir fnllow In lint h
8id "J'll meet you, d nr beHri, luthr path,"
jiui iiu iiiiipi ntite fieiiirrvii ll,
For pitpii who limn it,
tamu anil polish' d hliu oil with luttv,
Tlic Daily Bulletin.
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INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE.
All Communications should he addrcioted to
II. A- Hints B TT.
Puhliabor and Proprietor.
A Railroad Lnuch.
"Now, niyilenr," said Mr. Spoopcn
dyke, rubbing his hands gleefully and
contemplating his wifu from the oppo
sitti'sea'twith a pleasant smilo. Now,
my dear, suppose we take a look at the
lunch of which we hail such remarkable,
accounts. If there is anything nico when
a mau Is traveling, it is a homo made
hmoh. Duveloo the viands and let joy
bo u neon lined! and Mr. Spoopcmdyke
laughed outright in anticipation of the
gustatory delights in store for him.
"All right, giggled Mrs. Spoopen
dyke, opening the basket with trem
bling hands. 'Now you hold that, anil
don't you open anything until I get it
all out," and Mrs. 'Spoopnndyko handed
him a Jong roll of something dono up
in li coarse brown paper.
"IIow much morqof this is there to
getout?'1 demanded' Mr. Spoopendyko,
sniffing at the paper and detecting bo
logna sausage, , a , thing he detested.
"Yb,at is this, anyway, a club to keep
the rest, of the lunch in order? Is this
thing tho oolice force of this lunch?
retch forth tho.law abiding elements it
you've got any! never mind the execu
live of this feast, produce tho laboring
faction, the tax-paying end of tho busi
ness!?.' .v-t ,
"Hero's 'some cheese," murmured
Mrs. Spoopendyko, "and a pie and some
snibked beef and a herring, and "
"iraVcri't ye somo salt somewhere?"
hispod'Mr.'Spoonendyke, planting the
bologna on end In tho center of the pie.
"lLV)w'rn I to quench my thirst aftei
eating a)l this truck, unless I have salt ?
Where's tho mustard that goes with
these mercies?" and Mr, Spoopcndyke
dove into tho paekago of beef and scat
tered lite, contents over his wife's lap.
"HI bet the bologna can whip t he cheese
in four rounds!'! he yelled, hauling tho
offending sausage out of the pie and jab
bing it through the cheese. "Hurray!
Now, we'll sponge him off with tlio her
ring for the next round!" ami Mr.
Spoopeudyke seized a fish by the tail
and slam tried it into tho basket.
"Don't!" pleaded Mrs. Spoopcndvkc,
looking helplessly on. "I like those
things if you don't."
"Can't ye let the lunch have a little
fun.?" squealed .1,1 1". fcpoopendyke, ham
mering at the cheese with tho sausage.
"Of , courso . you like these things!
They're right 'in your line! All you
want is a strike and a step ladder to bo
a salt mine! Where's my lunch? firing
on the delicacies calculated to supply
tho waste tissues of Spoopeudyke!" and
tho worthy genlleman drove tho sau
sage clear through the pie and impaled
the herring on tho other end.
"Here's a .Charlotte, and a " com
menced Mrs. Spyopendvke.
'island mo the blusliing Charlotte!"
howled Mr. Spoopendyko, who had lixed
his mind qii cold chicken, ami saw no
realization of his anticipations. "Show
me tho Charlotte just budding into
womanhood, and she shall have the pie!
Give me hey! What's that?"
"This is a can of beans!" exclaimed
Mrs. Spoopendyko, hrightening a little.
"You know you always liked beans."
"Let's have 'cm!" growled Mr.
Spoopendyko, reaching for them. What
nave you got to open cm With? '
"I'm afraid 1 left the can opener
home," whispered Mrs. Spoopendvke,
rummaging through the basket. '
"How d'ye propose toopen 'em then?"
roared .Mr.' Spoopenilyko, selling Ids
teeth and breathing hard. "Sho"v mo
the swing, that 'busts this cover off!
(initio mo to tho combination of this
stem-winding can of beans! Maybe
this'll do.-.it!" and Mr. Spoopeml'vko
again grabbed tho sausage and went for
thucriu.'. "lluw'm I gelling on?" ho
yelled, as the bologna Hew in all direc
tions. ."Think you begin to smell those
beans any more plainly than vou did?
Wa-h-hr ho shrieked, as a huge chunk
of tho pork broke off short and landed
In his ear. "Thisdod gasted hog don't
know who he's fooling with! Cet mo
introduce you to Spoopendyke!" and ho
ground tho sausage flat nga'insl tho can
ami dropped the debris on the lloor.
"I don t know what we're goihrr to
do!" murmured Mrs. Spoopendyko in
"Now watch tho triumph of mind ov
er beans! howled Mr. Spoopendyko,
opeulng the window and placing tho
can on tho sill. "The reward of geni
us!" he roared, as ho brought tho win
dow down on the can.
Mrs. Spoopendyko dodged just in
time, antl her unfortunate spouse caught
the bean part of tho feast fairly in
front, nnd was covered from his eye
brows to his auklu.
"That's what ye wanted?" ho gasped,
rs the full extent of tho calamity dawn
ed on him. "That's what yo been try
ing to get mo to do? Dod gust the
measly beans!" and Mr. Spoopeudyke
made for tho smolung-car, and was seen
no more till dark.
( "I don't earo," soliloquized Mrs.
Spoomwdyko, assuring herself that the
Charlotte had not boon injured. "He
might have waited a moment, and ho
would have had somo cold chicken.
Hut, of courso, if he has made a lunvli
on beans, ho won't caro for anything
;lsc." t And with thU consolatory re
llection Mrs. Spoopendyko ato tho
chicken niul Charlotte In alternate bites,
and composed herself for a comfortable
nap. tstttnlty lluntlaj.
The Duo do Morny'sdeflnltlonof apo
llto man is hard to realize. "A polito
mail," said ho, "Is one who listens with
interest to things ho knows all about
when .tuuy are told bv it person who
knows nothing ubout them.
Thi Virtue cf a Good Bleep.
"I do not think a person should be
waked at morning, and for this reason
when a man falls asleep ho is in tho
shop for repairs, as tho railroad men
say. His frame and all its Intricate
machinery is being overhauled and
made ready for tho next day's work.
Tho work of tho previous day is being
repaired. Nature is doing that herself.
She knows what the iirod frame needs
just as sho knows how to make the heart
throb and semi tho blood coursing
through tho veins. Then she takes that
tired frame, lays It. down on a bod, stir
rounds it with refreshing air of nlrlit,
covers It with the soft darkness and lets
tho man rest, 'lirod natures sweet
restoror, balmy sleep,' visits him, am
as the hours wear by bis energies are re
newed, his strength comos back, ami
finally when morning breaks and tho
sunlight steals through the lattice, bo
opens his eyes ami is himself again. Or
if ho is early to bed bo awakes with the
cocks' crowing. Now who shall go
to that man's side an hour before he
opens his eyes and say to nature, stand
aside unit let mm get tip? Ilo has hat
enougn rest, wen, uaturo win say,
'You can take him if vou will, but I will
charge him with an hour's loss of sleep
and 1 11 collect it out of his bones anil
nerves and his hairs and eyesight. Yuu
can't cheat mo, I'll liud proporty to levy
"What would bo tho result if a man
were to lose sleep habitually for u num
ber of years?"
"You are a reportor?"
"You work how many hours a day?"
"Fifteen. I go to work nt 12 in the
day-time nnd quit at 3 at night."
"How old itro you now?"
"Well, when vou arc 30 in years you
will be 65 in aches and ailmenn older
than I am. do ask vour moniing pa
per printers how they feel. Are their
steps elastic aro their eyes bright are
iney lagged out aro thev dragging oui
their lives?' Tut them beside men who
do day work, ami how do they com
"You sny a man ought to sleep all he
"Yes, ami so should a child. A baby
should sleep with its mother; a child
should bo sent to bed early and be al
lowed lo wako of its own accord in tho
morning. As for school cirls, mai
a girl who has a dozen studies would bo
better occupied chasing butterflies, or
training Howers, orgalloping a pony, or
dancing. I would prefer to have a
daughter healthy, sweet-temperod, sen
sible and beautiful, without Latin,
algebra and grammar, than to havoono
ever so advanced in herhumanitieswith
her health ruined, or perhaps lying un
der a marble urn in the cemetery; and
as for mo I would rather be able to earn
$2 a day in tho vigor and jrlory of per
fect health than to draw rents from
property for which I havo exchanged
the blessings of a sound condition.
Interview with a Physician.
The Divining Rod.
Formerly J was skeptical on tho sub
ject of the divining rod, but baling seen
the rod used I tried it, am! found that it
acted in my hands. I nm not Siientilie
enough to explain Why or how It should
indicate rne existence ol a "lote. l'er
hans electricity or electric currents have
something to do with it Hazel is not.
tho onlv wood used. I have found
piince ami blackbutt very good for tho
purpose. 1 ho theory ol involuntary
muscular action cau hardly lie main
tained. The rod will not act with nil
persons; placed in the hands of. many it
will givo no indications. Hut if a dozen
men with whom tho rod acts, be so
ductal, ten or two hundred yards from
a lode (when no surface indications ex
ist), so that, they cannot see each other,
the rod will dip on each crossing tho
lode at tho same or nearly the same
spot. It is hardly credible that tho In
voluntary muscular action should com
mence with them all at the same, placn
after walking different distances. My
experience has been mostly with copper
lodes, and I have found the rod more
powerfully acted on after wet than after
dry weather. I also found , that by re
moving tho bark in a circle round one
of the legs of the rod it lost Its pow
er of indication. Somo years ago I vis
ited a niino which had boon driven suf
liciently far to show the courso or- bear
ing of the lode. Tho owner of tho mine
observing that I had a rod wtyli me pro
posed that I should try if I could tiud
the course, of tho lode, so after, walking
some distance, aul out of sight of tho
workings, 1 started. with tho rod. For
a considerable distance tliore wero no
indications, but at last tho rod tipped
very near a peg put in by him, and con
cealed in the bush. I had never been
there before. The owner was puzzled,
and wished himself to try, but with him
tho rod would not Indicate. I hear that
the existence of subterranean water can
be discovered by tho samo'mcans.' There
aro more tilings in heaven aud earth
than are dreamt of in our philosophy.
The Largest Ivory Taotory.
Connecticut boasts of tho largest Ivory
factory In tho world. It Is situated in
Centrehrook. Ivory piano kevs are in
great demand. There are kept all the
time over live miles in length of scroll
ivory for fronts, and lQ.OnO sets of Ivury
for keys in different stages of bleaching,
and t hero had bucn a time When thoy
had $125,000 worth of Ivory bleaching.
There is a building devoted to tio
storage of tusks, in wdiltdt is kept ubout
6,000 nounds ahead, which ut the pres
ent price of ivory is worth over 20, 000.
These tusks all came from Africa bv
tho way of Zanzibar, whero the Custom
House is situated, Zanzibar being the
largest depot in the world, for Ivory.
Agencies are established thoro which
represent wealthy houses in Franco,'
(iermany nnd America, Whero the' manu
factures nnd productions of thnso conn
tries tire kept ami sold to the natives,
who seud them , iuto the Interior of
Africa, whero they aro exeb'auged , for
ivory.-N. Y. Mail and Eiym ,
A correspondent of the Cincinnati
Gazette recommends the ' following
niothod of setting fenee-posls. Ifoknows
of no belter Way of preserving' thorn:
"After setting the post, and well tamp
ing tho earth to within four Inches 6f
the top of tho hole, 1111 up with lime
old plastering will do us well-iinliihliig
the job by giving tho post two rood ooftt
ol whitewash.' . -,t, ... , - ,, ,
CHEAP EXCUltBION BATKS KYEHY DAY DUR
ING TUK 8UMMEU TO SANTA FK, NEW
Santa. Fa, .New, Mexico, is tho oldest city
io the United .Styles.'., It has reached the
cud of its tirBtdird of a thousand years
its tertio-millenjal period. Tho Tertio-M 11
lennial Celebration and Mining and Indus
trial Kxpoaitiob, which .will bo inaugurated
here en the Sd of July and close on the 3d
of August, will bo an event of great histo
rical as well as practical importance to the
country at large. It is intended to com
memorate the three hundred and thirty
third anniversary of the Spanish settlement
of the place.
Which will constitute the practical part of
tho celebration, will bu tn epitome of the
mineral, agricultural, horticultural, stock
and yeuoml industrial icsourccs and Capa
bilities of the Tumtoiy. Those, therefore,
who are interested in either mining, aeri
cultute or stock-raising will have a good op
portunity to visit New Mexico this season,
as the low iare will be a great inducement
to make tho trip. Tho development of the
mines of this vast region has but begun,
yet iu the past year tho proportionate in
crease in the output of ore was greater than
iu auy other State oi Territory. New Mex
ico's showing at the mining exposition held
at Denver last season Bhowed, more clearly
than anything else, the vastuer-s of its min
It lias been the general belief heretofore
that agriculture in New Mexico would tiot
pay. Tins is an unfortunate error. At the
exposition will lie reen camples of all sorts
of fruits antl field products which vie with
those of prolific Kansas. With irrigation
tho soil of tho 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 the growing mining towns,
and the cost of raising is comparatively
small'. As a cattle and sheep country, too,
New Mexico cannot bo surpassed. Her
valleys and mesas afford tine grazing
grounds fur countless herds' Aj the cele
bration at Santa Fe will bo the means of
drawing a larger number of people into the
Territory than usual, owing to the cheap
fare, an opportunity will be offered those
who may be interested in stock-raising
Besides the practical, the Teitio-Millcnial
will embrace many features the most novel
and romantic. For instance, three days
the ltith, 19th, and 20th of July will be
devoted to tlio presentation of historic
ect-nes. These will represent the period
which has transpired since the settlement
of the city, each day to represent a ceutury
oi history and progress. The three civili
zations will also be represented that
which existed at the time of the coining of
tho conquerors, that which the Spaniards
brought with them and that which followed
the American occupation of 1846. These
representations will be illustrated by caval
cades in costume, indicative of the several
distinctive expeditions iuto New -Mexico
and the surrounding territory. There will
also be numerous tableaux, the whole com
bining to make ono of the most novel ant)
interesting exhibitions ever witnessed in
this country. There will, in addition, be
various Indian games, races and dances by
the I'acblos, descendants of the ancient in
habitants of tho Territory ; ambuscades and
sham llhts by thrj Ziinls, with exhioitions
of their peculiar rites and ceremonies, one
of which will bo a primitive dunce repre
senting the gods R1 heroes of their folk
lore mythology ; native Mexican games,
dances sud juggling; original Aztec dunces,
in which both Mexicans and Indians will
tnko part; various Mexican sports aud the
grand fandango; war Bnd other peculiar
dances by the Mescalero and
Jicarilla Apaches; exhibitions by Mexican
vncqticros in throwing tho lariat;
mounted tournament, in cos-
tunics of throe centuries ago;
the San Domingo and Sandia feasts, and
other peculiar ami interesting ceremonies
which would take much space and time to
HOL'ND Till r -10.
Tbo rate for the round trip from Kansas
City and Atchison, including stop-off both
ways at the Las Vegas Hot Springs, is only
10, while the tare from all eastern polo's
is comparatively low. The Las Vegas Hot
Sprint's are among the most celebrated in
the world, and a cool and comfottablo re
sort for the hot season. There is every in-
lnccnictit to io 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 tho Territory and
investments, and alsd to enjoy for tho time
tho most ouaint and romatic spot In all our
country. It is an opportunity to see the
Southwest the coming country which
ought not to bo lost by any who havo any
ambition to avail themselves of the un
equalled advantages thero offered for en
gaging in mining, agriculture, fruit grow
irg, stock raising, or merchandise. These
low rato tickets over tho Atchison, Topeka
& Sutita Fe road are now on sale at Cairo
and all principal ticket 'ofJlces, good to re
turn till August 31 st. 027-1.V1
"Mono sana in corpotu sano:" "A sound
mind in a sound hotly" is the trade mark of
Allen's llrain Food, aud wu assure our read
ers that, if disautitdled with either weak
ness of Ihaiu or Dodily powers, this remedy
will permanently strengthen both, $ 1 At
Whereas John Hprimt and Sarah Sprout, his wife,
did bv their sale nuirtuauo. bimrliiu date J miliary
Hint, isTtt, and rocoidud In Hook 10 of Peuds, In the
recorder's office of Alexander county, Illinois,
couvuy and murtKHiju to the iinderHlKiiod thufol.
lowlnir dtisi-rlhud real estate, sllunled In the coun
ty of AleXKlidnrnndcltyof Cairo, Illinois, to-wlli
Lots numbered twelvo (111), thirteen (III), fourteen
aud ilfU'iin (lf). In block nuinuored three (,;,
In the First Addition In iho city of Cairo Mum
sahl. to suiairu thn i avmerit of a rertaln promts
,o y notti iixecuuirl br tin aald .Mm "pruui, in
nlrl siiltituo tno fully tltiaeribi'd; and wh. reas
d. built, hasbuen utado In the pr-.vment nf sail) no's
ami the tajca dim upon said lots, and aald tiota
rniiiulim lntber with aald taxes, loon allien past
duo mid unpaid by snld rtproal. Now, tli.irelorti,
nu nppllcailou i f Iho I.KRl holdiror salt noieaiid
miller and by virtue hi tho spnclal provisions ami
poMurof isle In said sale mortiiauu, 1 the tiudur
""""Vu'AY. Jt'LY TIIIKTIItTll.lrM.
at thn door ol ton coitrt-hntise, In said rniinly ol
Alexander, city of Cairo and statu or Illinois, at
Hie hour of o'olock i. m. of a-.li! tiny, nffi r fur
sale and sell al public ant-lion to the blithest bidder
for cali, thtt above de crllnid renleatntu to pay and
s .tlsfy Ilia mount of principal and Interest dua
iiiiiiu said nolo, and the taxes paid in.nu suld Iota,
a Js, lu and by said mortnauo, provided.
Dated Cairo, 111., July Htb, lsa.1.
' ' - WALTBIt IIYHLOP,
as Treasurer and Mori v-am,
rjroon A Gilbert, Attornuyi, TH Swd.
Hy virtue of an eiecutlon Issued out of the
-ora omee or the clicnlt court of Alexander comu
ty and Stare Of IIMnnt- .nH I. m. .II..1.I.1I u. V. u .
by I sm romniHiidod lo make the amount o'f a eer-
rain luiicnioiit recently obtained aKatnat Walter 8
ander in favor or HenJ.imln F urtla out of the
lamia, tenements, (roods and chattels of the aald
Walters. Lauder, I bave Uvled on tbe followlnn
"''"rlbed property, to vrltl All of section eleven
(11). lo township nxtoen nd lu ramie t wo (-'),
west of tho 3rd principal merdlan, containing fi-10
acres, the above doai-rlhed lunrl I- Ivlmr .ml l,i.m
siltiat. d In tho county of Alexander and eta to of
1 II II1UIB ,
Therefore, according to said command, I sball
'.TiP01"-' f0' t P'1"11' auction, all tbo rli?ht,
title and Interest of the above named Waller .
Lander In and to the above deaerlbed properly,
at I I o clock a. in , on Friday tlietnh day of Annual,
V.,tu.u w"llrly door ol tbe court bouse, In
cllv of Cairn, IDs. '
Dated at Cairo, III., this I2lh day of July, 1883.
Sheriff Alexander County,
,B?,vlri!,n f Kn 'Mention Issuod out of the
clerk s orllee ol the circuit ciurt of Alexander coun
tvuud suite olTUIiiols, and to mu directed, there
by I am commanded to make the amount of a cer-
alujtiiinmeiit recently obtained airaliiHt U. Y. WU
boiiru nnd William Wagoner in favor of Fredollne
Drone, plantar, before Ueo. K. Olmsted, Esq., a
police nnorlmratH, In and for the city of Cairo, a
transcript ol which has been duly llleil In Uiu said
clerk'aoHlceaa required bv law out of the lunds,
teuemcnts, eootls and chafels of the said lleuj.
I'. Wi hoiiru and William Waironcr, I have levied
on the fallowing described property, to-wlt: Tbe
HOiithea-l of the southwest quarter of sec
tion twenty two vii). and also the west aldo of tbe
northwest of the northeast quarter aud the north
east of the northwest quarter of section twenty
eeveu (2T). All the above lands are situated and
Itlng In township fifteen (15) and In range two U),
went of Hid 1. 11., In cottuty of Alexander and
statu ol Illinois. -
Therefore, according! to snld command, I shall
expose for sale at puh.lc auction, all the r:irht, title
and Interest of the above uamed William Wauone',
10 and to thu above described propertr, at 11
o'clock a. ru , on Friday the lea of Anoint, Issa, at
the westerly door of the court house, in Cairo, Ills.
Dale a at Cairo, HI., this lith day of July, 1SH3.
bherlif Alexander County.
ijjHE RIFFS SALE.
By virtue of an ereculion l-aued oat nf the
clerk's ofUoeof the circuit cetntof Alexander coun
ty and stale of Illinois, aud to me directed, where
nv I am commanded to make the amount of a c -r-Oiin
judgment recently obtained st-sinsl Waller H.
Lander aud Samuel Lander '.o favor of Henjamln
K. Curtis out of the 'suds, tenement!, Roods and
cha tela ol thu 'aid Walter S. Lander and H-imuel
Lander, 1 have levied on the follow
Intt described propeity, to-wlt: All of
section t-luveu (11), in township sixteen
(ll!) and In ranee two (i), west of the 3rd prin
cipal merldlnn. said land is lying and belnn sltna
ted In the county of Alexander nud state of tlllrroet.
1 herofore, accurding to said i-ouiinSDd, lahsil
cxi ose for sale at uMIc auction, all C.e riht,
title and Interest nf the above named Walter S.
Lander and Siimuel Lauder, in and to Ike above
described properly, at 11 o'clock a. m , on Friday
the Mth i'ay of Auuust, lttM. at tUo westerly dour
of the court honse. In city of Cslro, Ill
Dated at Cairo, til., this Uth day of .Inly, ISsx.
JOHN HOIKihN. .
Sheriff Alexander Coamy.
By virtue of an execution Issued out of the
clirk's office of tbe cir'tilt court of Alexeud -r
county and date of Illinois, and to me directed,
whereby 1 am commanded to make the amount of
accrUiu J ml iciin.nl recently obtained a.'slnstit. V.
Wilhuuru sun William Warmer in tnvor of the
Alexander County Hank, plai.llff, befors (inn. K.
Olmsied, fsq , a police nia-i-tm'e In and for the
city of Cairo, a, transerlpt of which has baen duly
riled lu the fald clera's olllre as required by law, I
hsvu levied on the fallow!,. jr, described property,
to-wlt: The southeast of the sonibw.-st quarter of
of section twenty-two (tfi), and a.si) Urn westshte
sf the uoitMvewt of ibe northeast quarter avr.d the
northeast of the iiorthwe-t qttartsr of section
tweiiiy-seven Ci'. ). A'l the abuv- lauds arn Situa
ted -nd lying tu township tlfiesn (15) and la rtiuge
two (2), west vHrd I'. M., In thu coanty of Alsii
eiicler and statu of Illinois.
Therefore, according to said command, I snull
cxpiioe for sale at public, anc'los, all ths rtrtit, title
and Interest oftht ahuve named WillUm Waguncr,
In and to the above den rlbed property, at -11
o'clock a. m., ou Friday the !ith day of August,
issa, at the westerly door of the court honse, in
Cairo, Ills. U
Sheriff Alexander Coun ty
Swift's Specific has been the means of bringing
health and happiness to thousands who' wfro
prountmced Incurable of lllood and Skin Itlscascs.
HEAR THE WITMSES!
Saved from a Horrible Death.
Upon lo May last 1 had spent at bast flvo hun
dred dollars tor treulm-m by many of the best
medical men, without any benefit. I suffered ci
crnoiiitlugly, and all mv best friends advised nio
that the icy hand of death was last approaching.
I caught at S, S. H. like a drowning man at a
straw. After tie: Oil' two bo'lles 1 rotild feci a
chai.eu for thu heller The sores h'ltan to dis
charge f reel v nnd tbe Kheiimatism to abate. When
I had taken six hot lies uvi-ry sore had It aled and
my skin begun to a-stinie a nut'ipi'. anpctranru I
persisted until f bad taken twslv hottles. lariio
sifo. aiidTHKIIK IS NOT A HYMI'TOM OFT1IB
DISEASE It KM A IN I NU, ami I full as well as I
ever did. t have gained twenty-one pound In
flesh, and my friends wonder at my imp oved con
dition. I have recommended It to many, and tn
every Instance with complete success. I believe
that S. S. S. has saved me from s horrible death.
K. II. SM1LF.T, (iu.ncy, Ltt,
I nm sure that Swift's Spe.clllc saved my life. , I
was terribly poisoned with Malaria, and was given
up to die. Swift's Specilin relieved Die prompts
and entirely, I tlilnk ll Is the createst remedy of
tho age. ' C. a. Sl'CNCEH.
Hup' . Oas Works, ftotne.-Oa;
Write fur a copy of thu little book tree.
d 1 ff( KKWAW) will he paid In any On mist
JpliWu who will fl"d, on snalyslsnf toihttttles
S S. 8 . one particle of merenrr, iodlda potassium
or auy inluertil substniicn. .on
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artrl Complete Hotel, mitillhg 011 l-vi
Second and Kaiiroati eirncts, '
' Tin) fntssr.ti (or Depot of the Chlcaun, St. Units
Slid ,iew Orlsans! Illinois Central", yVahash, St.
Louis and I'Selilcflroii Moiintalii and WnatlUirn,
Mobile nud Ohio; Cairo ana Ml, Loins Kitttways
ire all Just Across tbo street! while the PWauibnai
LkimIihh Is but one sqitare dlsiant.
This lintel Is littnted by steam, has steam
Laundry, llvdrni.Mc Klnvnlnr, Rlsrtrlc Cull Hells
Aiilumallo Flra Alarms, Paths, absolutely-put air
iiorlmtsfwnragv and uintpliiln appoliiiuirnts,,. ,
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f Mt 1 7. 7, s " t ? r
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv JLinellunnin
Maying Direot Connkotion
rnaiss Lasva Cairo:
li:Oe a m. Mali,
irrlvlUK Id St . Louts 1:45 a.m. ; Cbicano,S:30p m
I ounectlng at Odin and Blhngham for Cincin
nati, Louisville, Indianapolis and points Kan.
L 1 : 1 1 ii.m. Wt. louiw and V'trn
trrlvlng lust. Louis ;:05 p. m., and connecting
for all points West.
3:f0 ii.m. l-'iiHt J-i'.x prxsisi.
F.rSt. Louis and Chicago, airlvmg at 8t. Louis
UUiOp.m., and Chicago:,! a to.
M:fiO p-in. Cincinnati JCxprH.
rrivlng at cinclLnatl 7:(i a.m.; Lonisrlll B-5S
a.m.; lndlauaiioiia 4:n .m. Passengers by
this trsln reach the ahuve points lu to ,'JO
llul'Kb lu advance ol any other route,
JTZI"LWKP,; ,m' l' M rULl.MAS
M.KEl'INOCAU Cairo to Cincinnati, without
cbaLges, and through sleepers lo St. Looli and
Fast Time l-;nt.
PliSXlMHWU "''"'""Hfhrough to F.ast.
x uoouit.i r ern p,11D,g without sny delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon tralu from Cairo arrivee in new York Monday
norniugat 10:.t5. Thirty-six hours lu advance of
iWYor through tickets and further Information,
PUT at Illinois Central Itailroad Depot, Cairo.
J- u- JONK8.Tir.aet Agent.
A.n. HANSON. (Jen. Pass. Agent. Chfcago
U. H. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS ( KM HAL
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Kxnress 11 - to m m
,.11:10 a m.
. r -- y . 1 -.wn, ...., .su p
C.ST. L A N. O. It. H. fJarksun routed
1 fO p.m.
Accom 4:15 d.ui.
- 4:45a.m. ItMell 4:.')p.m
thxprass ...-to Hoa.m. -Kpress ... 10:a0a.m
::? p m.
c u. it. (Narrow-L'auL'e).
..S:0"a.m. I Express . ,-,i:iti m.
tx 4 Vail
ilKStie 111. tx. Mall. .4:i0p m
lJt'p iu. I Accom ..2:m p.m.
ST. L. I. M. 11. H.
io:an p.m. ttmrers 2:30 p.m.
w., ST. L.
a r. it. 11.
I Mull Jt Ex.. .30p m.
Krvlnht. tj 45 n.m.
mobile & on 10 k. 11.
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
S p. m
9 p. m.
9 p. m.
I. C. It. lt.(tLrouL-h lock mail). 5 a. m.
" (way mall)
Iron Mountain ll. li
Whnh H. II
lexas Jt St. Louis It. it...,
St. Louis & C.lro it. It....
..fi p. m.
. to p. m.
..7 p. m.
4 p. m.
5 p. m.
iiiitoiovrr a p. m.
Miss elver arrives Wed , Sat. it Mon.
" departa Wed., Frl. 4 Son.
P O. gen. del. op n from T:ao am to 7:30 pm
P.O. box del . o. cn front 6 a.m. to p. m.
Sunday! gee. del. 01 en from... .8 a. m. to 10s. m.
Suntlsta hex del. open from. ...S a. in. to Hi: JO am'
tr.NOTK -Change! will he published from
time to time In city papers. Change vnnr card! ac
cordingly. W.M. M. MUKf'ilY, P. M.
111 he m.
C-sAlltO BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and Poplsr
' streets; preaching every Sunday mo nlng and
nli'ht at usual honrs. Ptsyer meeting Wcdnci
day night ; Sunday school. :t0 a.ni
Hev. A. W. YcGAIU, Pastor.
(MU lit H OF TDK KEDEEMKK-(Eplscopsl
Vj Kuorteetith street; Sunday 7:00 a m., Duly
Con.munlon 10::i a. m ., Morning Prayers II a. m.
Sunday school Bp. m., Kvrnlug Prayers 7:Ku p.m
K. 1' I avenport, 8. T. B. Hector.
I, 'IHST MISKIONAUV BAPTIST CHURCH.-
I'm aching at lo :tn a. n.., .1 p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
snhbsth school at 7::)0 p. m Key. T. J. Shores,
, 1 or
I UTIILIIAN-Tblrtceuth street! ssrvlcei hah.
1 j ba'h 1 :;itt a. m. ; Suuday scbool'2 p. m. Key.
MK.TIIuI)lST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets,
Pleaching Sabbath 11:00 a. m. and 7:80 p.m.
unday s-.ht.ol at .1:00 p. m. itev. J. A. Scarrett,
Mltl'SHYTUltlAN-Klghth street; preacnlng on
1 Sahbath at ll:tu a. tr.. and 7:.H)p. m.; prayer
ue-ctlnv Wednesday at 7:S'l p. m.j Hnnday Bcheol
it II u. m, Key B. V. Ueorge, pastor.
C'l JoSKPII S-iltoman Catholic) Corner Cross
J and Walnut streets! services Sabbath 10:S0a.
II. ; Hunrlay School at ii p, m.; Vespers 3 p.m.; ser.
,u-i- every diiy at B a m. Hev. O'Uara, I'rtost.
C'i' rATKK'K'S-dloiuan Catholic) Corner Ninth
O s'r.-el hiid Wasiilnglon avenue; services Sab
11. 1 1. H and 10 a. m. ; Vespers 3 p. m.; Sunday School
.' p. in. services every day at S a. m. Hev. Mustoners
wayof-Iliomas. V. Halliday.
l''eastirer Cnaibl F. Nellie,
ClerkDennis. J. Koiey.
Counselor Wm. B. Gilbert,
tltirshal L. II. Meyers,
Vturney- William Hrndrlcka.
SOAHU OF ILDKItMI
first Wnrd Win. Mcllale, Harry Walker.
mi olid Ward-Jesse llilikle, t!. N. Hughes,
I bird Ward II. F. Hlake, Kgi ert Hmlth.
Kotirth Ward-Charles O. I'atler, Adoipb 8wo
""iftti Ward eras. Lniicaslrr. Henry Stoat.
Circuit Judge D.J. linker.
Circuit Clerk A. 11. Irvln.
County Judge J. II. liolilnson.
Comity Clork rt. J. II u nun.
County Treasurer Miles W. l'arkur,
Slieiltf John Hodges.
Coroner K, Fitzgerald
County CoinmlsalotiiirsT. W. Hallldsy, J. It.
Mnlcnhey and Peter Haiin
Any Ilotisskecpsr lo tho land cm repair the Cook
Btov-put In new Fir Hacks, rwOratejard new
Llnlngalby nilng SOXXOIVOK'a
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS.
Sold by alt nardwart and Stow Dealers.
Sawn mw Cinmri.Ana, Jlaanfaoturtd only by
tlchenck' AdJmUbU Fir Back Ilo.,
a Dearborn ttU Chlcngo.