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$200 A IEAB
CAN BE SAVED
IN THE LIVING EXPENSES
OF THE FAMILY
by the aw of Kkx Mmhuk, The Itonjlston Food
rreservstlve. It prescrv. a Meet, Fish. Mill t.
Cream, Kggs. and til kinds of Anlroitl Food f-esh
and swcot for weeks, even In the hottest weather.
This can be proved by the testimonials, of hun
dreds who have tried It. You can prove It for your
Mil "r M eenn. Yon will lad that this ! an rti
rle which w ill ave you a great deal of money.
No Spoiled Meat.
No Stnle TCgrtCS.
It will keen them fresh and aweet for many days
and J, ". ii.it Imparl Ihe slightest 0'.;lKn taste lo
th lijtlalea tr. etort. It 1e po lntp!e In operation
bit a child cm follow .he dlreccpna, .as harm.
I. -a t and rosu only a fraction of a cent to a
pound ol meat, fl-h, butter or cheese or to a quart
ofnillk This Is no humbug; it Is endowed by
Sic win i l'rof. Sa.n'l V Johnson of eCoI.
lem hold by . rugglsta and grocors. Sample
pound . I rie pnUl by mall or express ( wj
mcfe?) n teculi't of price. Name your express
XfflcV. Yi,.ndin.l.ratid for meat; 'Mn
fl"h and ae.-fo-di hnow KUM! for ""M"'1"! H
cheese; Antl Foment, Anti-Fly and AnUMoia. SOC
per lb ieh. P-arlforcre,:n; Uueen or eggs,
2nd Aqa Vine for fl -id V.Hff.&lvInJii-o
TD.K UU rtlSTON FOOD PRKSKKV INO CO.,
72 Kllbr St., Boston. Miish.
t or sale by , . WO-Wlm
Whoso Complexion betrays
some humiliating Imperfec
tion, whoso mirror tells you
that you aro Tanned, Sallow
and 'disfigured In counte
nance, or have Eruptions,
Kedness, Boushness or un
wholesome t ints of Complex
ion, v e say use -lagan's Mag
It is a delicate, harmless
and delightful artiele, pro
ducing the most natural and
entrancing tints, the artifici
ality of vhicli no observer
can detect, and which soon
becomes permanent if the
JlaguoliaBalni is judiciously
Xntima ihnnH ha loat if the itomach. liver and
hnri. ar ffp.ii-rt. to hdoot the sure remedy,
Host tter'a Stomach Bitters. Plseases of the or
gans rained beget others far more serious, and a
hazardous. Dyspepsia, liver
enmnlalnt. chills and fever, early rheumatic
twinned, kidney weakness bring serious bodily
trounie If trifled with. Lose uotlme in oslngtbis
ffhv. ann m ilc.ine.
Forrale by all Druij:iHH and Dealer cenerully
'cw and complete Flotel. fronting on
Sorond uud Hailroad Streets,
Tbc I'aMcncer D' pot of the Chlcaco, 8t. Loula
and .icwUrleana: Illinol" Central: Waliain, ft.
Loiild aud I'sclHc: Iron Mountain and Sonthern.
Mobile and Ohio; Cairn aud St. Louie Kttiiwayt
are all Jimt acror the tlrcet; while the Hteamboat
l.Uiniri; n put one fiiare distant.
Thie Hotel U hi'itvd hy aieam. hai fleam
laundry, Hydraulic Klevatur, Electric Call Hells.
Automatic Fire-Alarms, Htubi. absolutely pure air,
perieci sewerat' ann lompiete appointments,
ttuworb fuTuiKhliijisi; perfect aervlco; aud an nn
Ti. I. I A I IK K.II At (.. lnnfm
A Dis;u',t:d Practical Jolnr.
A nx-niber tf t ho viiillmni CoiikmIv
Iroupu 1ms a iciu'lintit foi" sd:iI;'s ami
liasi'iit in all Ins lfisun; tiiiiH litiniinin
tlio Marin Count y liilN fur a rtiitlifnttki:.
A fricmi of tlio ir''ntli'ii:inly Knitk!-lniiit-
er lixml a liUlis phmt fur inin the tpilicr
rfay. He jnoainM from a naturalist a
lure spuumii'ii of the grass kiihUo anil
Ijouht a rattle at a toy Miop. Tlio
Btiaktt was jilacml on one s'ntu of a lar"
. bush and tlio jit actical ytVnv look tlio
other with lii ruttlo. f ho a'tor was
then nU'prertlo the plant by the ullage
lion that tlio bush was aluvorile ntinsr
place for those reiitilcs but ho was warn
ed of the vicious manner In which Urn
true California, rattlesnake- attacked
Btraucers. The actor, nothing daunteil,
armed himself with a club Htid ailvanc
ed on the buh. Tlio joker pulled the
ainnir, j'Tked the untiko Into nllit and
apruue his rattle. The actor launched
liiuclub nt the monsUT, missed him, but
lotclioo: the man in nmbusli a fearful
wback on tlio head, which brnii"ht liim
to grass, lk'sultr-a disgusted and noro
ly wounded joker and an actor who
thinks California rattlesnake huutini; a
delusion. ban tranctsco Examiner.
&Jtos STOMACH -
The Daily Bulletin.
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Publisher and Proprietor,
Tha Typical Niw York Shop Girl.
The typical New York shop girl it
unique in many ways, and is as un
like the Brooklyn, Philadelphia or Hus
ton shop girl as the blackberry dill'er
from the strawberry, llcr speech, dress,
habits and mode of" living are jiceuliai
to herself. It is estimated that in New
York alouo about lo.ooo girls earn t licit
living as shop girls. They aro general
ly of Irish-American or German iiarent
age, and attend the public schools up to
the age of fifteen, or perhaps sixteen,
and then enter a store. Here they re
main, first serving at a small notion
counter, nnd, if bright and capable, soon
rise to the lace or Hower-rooin. As a
general thing these girls are got id look
ing, and some of them are really beau
tiful, with arched insteps jmd long
taper lingers, that many a millionaire's
daughter, standing on the other side ol
the counter, may well envy. They also
dress neatly, some of them in excellent
tasto, their hair being especially notico
able. So many fashionable women com
plain that as soon as a becoming way of
wearing the hair is known every whop
girl in the city catches at it. And why
should she not? If she cannot make
herself beautiful by rich attire, she cer
tainly deserves credit for trjing to ap
pear as pretty as possible. Almost all
of them wear tlio hair in the Langtry
fashion; that is, twisted in a small knot
at tho nape of the nock with a curled
bang in front, although many still cling
to the straight bang, which gives a not
highly retinpd countenance a bold look.
Their complexion are good, though
falo from indoor confinement, and very
ew use paint or powder.
Most shop girls have very sharp
tongues antl quick tempers, and woo
betide the fidgety or hard-to-please shop
per. Many timid ladies are actually
afraid of shopgirls, and quake in their
boots while asking in a meek voice to be
allowed to see some lace. Then the girl
wanted to know" how wide, what kind,
what price," etc., instead of delighting
the . heart of the shopper by bringing
down all the lace in the storeand letting
her choose her yard or two from it. The
affability of a shop girl ami her willing
ness to show and give opinions on her
wares, will bring, her u sure trade, and
has more to do with tho popularity of a
store than any other one thing.
New York shop girls aro divided into
two classes. One class who think they
are sadly abused creatures, ami that ev
ery lady who sits down at their counter
is their natural enemy, and therefore
should bo treated with as lit t lo courtesy
as policy will allow. This class of girls
are loud in their talk as well as exceed
ingly slangy, and one hears such vul
garisms as "un, wnat a cneeK, "vo
vou hear the talk of that one?" "("ash,
hurry up or I'll box vour ears," etc.
1 hey are lomi ol walking in Nxtn ave
nue ana llirting, and use much bando
line on their hair; seldom have clean
finger nails or teeth.
J he other class are girls of consider
able refinement, who aro dainty about
themselves, pay a great deal of atten
tion to keeping the hands while ami tho
collars and cull's irreproachable, copy
the manners and expressions of their
most elegant customers, study the arts
of pleasing and patienco and keep far
aloof from the other class of girls. Tho
two classes heartily detest eaidi other,
tho first named referring to tho latter
class as "them girls who try to put on
airs," and the latter elevating their chins
when passing. tho former to show their
Both classes are warm-hearted and
loyal to their companions when in trou
ble. They havo their quarrels like all
other girls, generally about lead pencils,
account books or sonio girl s careless
ness in folding up or puttiii'' into place
goods recently displayed. T ney aro also
great critics, ami talk freely among
themselves oi tno actions oi me propri
etor and his managers. Any partiality
is quickly noticed, nnd a pmjudico
against a lloor-walker or other dignita
ry Is quickly formed, whether for liking"
or nt liking, ana neni to against, an
A New York shop girl can tell :i
would-be lady from a real lady as truly
as any old Irish woman who has lived
with tho 'quality." Many of the ordi
nary classes of shopgirls marry, but tho
majority of tho better class remain sin
gle, because the mon they may marry
are not refined enough for them, ami
tho men that thev would marry never
A stranger would oftentimes find it
difficult todistingiiisliour-shop girl from
our fashionable belle, but there Is some
thing Indefinable about a New York shop
girl that to a Now Yorker distinguishes
her from a 1 tit her el
The possibilities of Colorado ai nn ag
ricultural state are shown hy the fact
vuai in twenty three years tho wheat
acreage lias Increased from ten acres to
60,000. The large aoalo upon which ir
rigation is now being planned ami cur
ried out will soon cause a very large In
crease In tho acreage available for tlio
raising of wheat, as well as other cer
eals. Mmeroff, the Nihilist, savs he can
donvort toa Into explosives more power
ful thau gunpowder. Ho must use a
very strong kind of tea. Tho elVoris of
tho Nihilist to annihilate by ten were
prouaoiy suggested by leniluino explos
ions over a poor extraol of the article,
It is presumable, however, that Me,.cr
off boast will have little oiled on tho
war in China. By tho way, guiipow
i is no u'jveav. icxi.1 Milium,
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, JULY
Tha Way au Exndrt Eutioesthe Rodonts to
Said Mr. Thomas Fullerton, a retired
rat-catcher, as ho picked up a large gray
rat with a pair of tongs and held it,
squealing, in the air:
ltuts is ail aiiKe. i eopiuuuK oi me
sewer rat, tho house rat, the Norway
rat, but they're all tho same thing.
There's no ilitl'erenco between them.
They all come from tho sewers In the
first place, and if a nouso is ngiit at ino
bottom and no holt's from tho sowers
the rats won't get in."
How do you catch rats?" asked the
"It's all dono on scientific principles.
This is the only way of holding a rat."
Fullerton was still holding tho old rat
In his tongs. He whisked the rat up un
der his ann-pit antl closed his arm up
on it. The position did not seem to suit
him. He repeated the manouvro until
tho belly of tho rat laid evenly against
his side. Then ho reieaseti tne tongs
ami held tho rat in position by tho pres
sure of his arm. Sliding his hand over
tho rat's back, ho seized it hrmly by tho
shoulders and pulled it out. 1'ho rat
was powerless to bito him, although it
squirmed ami squealed vigorously, l'ul-
lingtlown us lower jaw, no snowon mo
two long, narrow fangs set closely to
gether. " . .... , . ....,,,,
"Those arc hail mingsto neniiwuii,
he said. "The first bito don't amount
to much, and it is only when the teeth
close with a second pressure that there
is trouble. J hat drives tho tangs in so
deep that tho poison at tho roots conies
oft' in the wounds. I havo had mv ann
swollen clear up to tho shoulder by a
small bito on the hand. Bat a rat won't
bite unless jou frighten him."
"How do you clear a house of rats?"
"If tho house has a soft cellar floor I
can get the rats out, but I can't keep
them out. If it has a hard foundation,
I hunt out all the holes leading from tlio
sewers and stop them up with sand and
cement, That prevents any more from
getting in and (hose in the house from
escaping. Having made the cellar
tight, I find the runways by which the ruts
go from one floor to another. These aro
generally along lead pipes in the walls.
A rat will run tip a lead pipe as easy as
walk along the floor. 1 nail a small
square piece of tin over a part of the
runway, ami I grease the outside. Now,
a rat can't run up this, and he slip
down when he comes to it.
"If I can't get at tho runways 1 find
the hole and fix this wire door on it.
You see, it is made of four pieces of
short wire laid parallel, held together
by crossbars and sharpened at tho ends.
This is suspended by the top over a rut
hole. Coming from the holo a rat can
easily lift it up and get through, but ho
can't get back, as tlio gate falls ami tlio
sharp points prevent him from lifting it.
Now I make a rat trap of the whole house.
I so lix tho gates and tin slides that tho
rats will all be led Into one room in tho
basement. Thorn" they aro securely
caught, as they cannot possibly get out.
I go among them with a dark lauteru
and pick them up with my tongs. I can
catch tliem as quickly as a cat can a
mouse, If thev get in places whero I
can't reach them 1 shoot them with this
long target pistol. I use these httlo tar
get cartridges, and it kills them every
When the rats get in ceilings 1
smother them out with cayenne pepper,
have a fumi.'ator here which works
like an air-pump. I burn rod pepper iu
it and pump it. into the ceiling. Tho
rats can t stand that and thev go out as
fast ns thev can. 1 hat is belter than
ferret, as the ferrets are expensive and
tho rats olicu kill them, ferrets are
scary things to handle. If they bite you
have to pry their iaws open. When I
want to catch rats for dogs I set traps.
irst I remove everything out of their
way so tiiiit they win gel very nungry.
llien I sol the trap, i hen i nave an
other way of catching them. I wear
rubber shoos into a fdaughlerhouso at
night and tar-y a dark lantern. I move
safely about and catch tho rats with
tongs before they have a chance to get
away. In this way I have caught 103
rats in two hours and a half. If von
ever get bitten by a rat put tho wound
in hot water and make it bleed. Then
bal ho it with arnica or spirits of turpen
tine. -New York Sun.
'Yes," said Mr. Doollicker, as he
drew his chair out on the porch to the
family circle, "I had some wild expert
nco when 1 was a locomotive engineer.
remember one night I was ordered to
take a doctor from Chicago to Mondota
in the quickest possible time. To make
mv ciurine liuhtor 1 uncoupled tho tender
and left it on a side track. When tho
loi'lor took a seat on tho fireman's box
I threw the lever down in the corner
and gave her steam. Away wo Jumped
liko n scared kangaroo, lue doctor
eves bulged nut liko a pair of porcelain
drawer knobs as we hustled over the
prairie toward Riverside. Kipity click
wo smashed along over the switches anil
rugs and bridge at Riverside, tho doc
tor hanging on for his lifo and looking
like an uninsured man sitting down to
his first dish of cucumbers.
' 'What's that a post?' asked the
doctor as we passed something in a jiffy.
'It was a coal shed RJO feet long. So
you can see how fast wo were going
" 'What's that funny looking fringe
on our left?' asked the doctor.
" 'Them's the telegraph poles,' an
swered lh'- nreman as ho stopped hall a
minute from shoveling coal, lust ns we
zipped through the shop yards at Au
rora. "Well, we made Mi-ndota, without a J
stop, in luriy-one minutes and a nan,
iM two miles to the minute; and I
toiled the coll'ee in my dinner-pail on
the driving boxes."
Mrs. Jloollicker heaved a sigh of relief
ami said, "Well I'm glad you got there
safe. I expected, much as could be,
you would tell us that the engine jump-
I'd on t he trai.'K and an mreo oi you
"No, we were till alivo and safo."
added Doollicker, cotilidontly.
"What a lohg-nriued fireman youmust
havo hud, pa, put in young Tlmopholus
Doollicker, us ho looked up from the
copy of V.sop'sfablcH that lav on his lap.
"How's that?" asked Doollicker.
"Why, to shovel coal in Aurora from
a tender thai stood on a side track in
Doollicker wont in the houso to cot
I.!.. ..!.... -I..'......- it f.l
CHEAP EXCCH8ION RATK8 EVEIIY DAY Dl'Il
INO T11K SUM M EH TO SANTA FE, NEW
Santa Fo, New Mexico, is tho oldest city
in the United States. It has reached the
end of its tirst third of a thousand years
its turlio-millcnial period. The Tertio-Mil-Unnml
Celebration and Mining and Indus
trial Exposition, which will be inaugursted
there on the 2d of July and close on the 13d
of August, will bo an event of great histo
rical as well us 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 tlio place.
Which will constitute the practical part of
the celebration, will bo an epitome of the
mineral, agricultural, horticultural, stock
and general industrial resources and capa
bilities of the Territory. Those, therefore,
who aro interested in either mining, agri
culture or stock-raising will have a good op
portunity to visit New Mexico this season,
as the low tare will be a great inducement
to make tho trip. The development of the
mints of this vast region has but begun,
yet in tho past year the proportionate in
crease in the output of ore w as greater than
in any other State oi Territory. New Mex
ico's showing at tlio mining exposition held
at Denver lust season showed, more clearly
than anything else, the vastnef-s 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 eeen rampli-s of all sorts
of fruits aud field products which vie with
those of prolific Kansas. With irrigation
tho soil of the Territory can ie maue to
yield immensely, and there is no pursuit
more remunerative than that ot lurunng.
Agrictiliural products, of all kinds, bring
high prices upon a ready market, always
accessible in tho growing mining towns,
and the cost of raising is comparatively
small. As a cattle and sheep country, too,
New Mexico cannot be surpassed. Her
valleys und mesas afford tine grazing
grountls for countless herds. Ai the cele
bration lit Santa Fe will be tho means ol
drawing a larger number of people into the
Territory than usual, owing to the cheap
tare, an opportunity will bo ottered those
who may he interested in stock-iaising
Besides the practical, the Teitio-Millenial
will embrace many features the most novel
and romantic. For instance, three days
the lath, 10th, and 20th of July will be
devoted to the presentation of historic
scenes. These will represent tne periou
which has transpired since the settlement
of the city, each day to represent a century
of history and progress. Ihu three civili
zations will also be represented that
which existed at the time ol the coming of
the conquerors, that which the Spaniards
brought with them and that which followed
the American occupation of 1840. These
representations will be illustrated by caval
cades in costume, indicative ot the several
distinctive expeditions into New Mexico
and the surrounding territory, lheru win
also bo numerous tableaux, the whole com
bining to uiakc one of the most novel and
interesting exhibitions ever witnessed in
tins country. There will, in addition, be
Vtrinus Indian games, races and dam es by
the I'ueblos, descendants of the ancient in
habitants of the Territory; ambuscades and
sham fights by tho Zunis, with exhibitions
of their peculiar rites and ceremonies, one
of which will be u primitive dance repre
senting the gods and heroes of their folk
lore mUholotry; native Mexican games,
dances and juggling; original Aztec dances,
in which both Mexicans and Indians will
take part; various Mexicau sports and the
grand fandango; war and other peculiar
dances by the Mescalero and
Jicariila Apaches; exhibitions by Mexican
vacquoros in throwing the lariat;
a mounted tournament, in cos
tumes of three centuries ago;
the San Domingo and Sandia feasts, and
other peculiar and interesting ceremonies
which would lake much space and time to
HOUND THU' 10.
The rate for the round trip from Kansas
City and Atchison, inc luding stop-off both
ways at the Las Veas Hot Springs, is only
-lt, while tho fare from all eastern poin's
is comparatively low. The Las Vegas Hot
Springs are umong the most celebrated in
the world, ami 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
investment!', and also to enjoy for the time
the most 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 have any
ambition to avail themselves of tiie un
equalled advantages there tillered for en
gaging in mining, agriculture, fruit L'row
ii a. stock raisim. or merchandise. These
low rate tickets over the Atchison, Topcka
ifc Santa Fo road are now on sale at Cairo
and all principal ticket offices, good to re
turn till August 31st. ia15d
Advice t() Mot fat 18.
Aro vou disturbed at night snd broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once ana get a oottio oi mrs. tins
low's Soothing Syrup lor Uluklren leelh
ItiL'. Its value is Incalculable, it win re
liovo tlio poor little BuHcrcr immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
nouiistuku about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhiea, regulates the stomach aud bow
els. cures wind colic, softens tho gums, re
duces inflammation, ami cives tone hiki
enemy to tho wholo system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
IstdcBsaiit to tho ',aste, nnd is tho prescnp
tlon of ouo of the oldest and best female
tihvsiciang and nurses in the United States,
nnd is forsale hy nil druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Fortunes for Fanners and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can bo saved by us
ig proper judgment In taking caro of tho
hf.alth of voursoll and tamily. It you are
llilious. have sallow complexion, poor uppe
tlte. low Mid depressed spirits, and gtnieriilly
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once and procuro a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to cure, and that for the tritlinp; Bum ot tit
ty ccnts.Tribuno. Bold by Barclay
To The West. .
i here are a number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but tho direct
aud reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Bailway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth. Atchison. St. Jose nh and Omaha.
Tullman ralaceSluepiug Cars of tlufvery
il... u. .....I... ..... ni,....i...,i .ii ...:.... I
uli:b iii,ib,o nru uiininuu to mi wniun.
At Kansas City Union Depot. Dassenirers
ior nansas, uoioratit), in ew Mexico ana uai-
-onnect 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 offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, uot 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 this
line, which will bo mailed free.
C. B. Kin nan, F. Chandler,
Ass't Oen'l Pass. Agent. Ocn'l Pass Agent.
To all w ho aro suffering from the errors
md indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
uess, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will crreyou, fhee
op ciiakub. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to tho Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D., New York
The most delicate persons enjoy raking
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, give a whole
some appetite, put new life in a broken-
down body, 15 cents. (5)
A Xoiirisuiiiir Wine.
Old and infirm persons need sonio mild
tonic or gentle stimulant, especially at this
M-anon. Tho wine made at Speer's Mount
Prospect vineyards, in New JerBey, calle
Speer's Port Grape Wine, is used in the At
lantic States the best tonic wine known,
and is regarded as pure, and is very popu
lar among physicians. It is especially
beneficial for fenialrs nnd old people. St.
Hy vlttne of an eie.-ntlon Issued out of Itie
l ierk's offlrc of the rlicnlt cnurt.of Alexandercoan-
ty ai d stitte of Illinois, and to me directed, where
by 1 am commanded to make the amount t a cer
tain luik-meut rerentlv ubtnlued aeainst Waif rS
Lander in fitvor of lleiijmnln F i urtls out of tha
lands, tenenienra. troods end ehaiUils of ihe sa d
Walter K. Lander. I have levied on the following
described rojerty, to wlt: All of section e even
illi.iu townxhln cixteen (10) and in muire tsro (),
west nf the 3rd principal nisrdian. containing BIO
acres, th above described lsn-1 Is lylnt; and heme
sitimt din the county of AK-iundcr aud Hale of
Therefore, aecordlna to said comma 'd, I shall
expose for sale at public auction, ail the right,
title and Interest of the above named Walters.
Lander, in and to tu above described property.
at 11 o'clock a. m , on Friday thei'th dsyof Augus-,
lHriJ, at the westerly door 01 the court Bouse, in
chv of Cairo. Ills.
Dated at Cairo, 111 , this Uth dav of July. ls&3.
Sheriff Alexander County.
ISv virtue f an execution Issuod out of tli
clerk's office ol tha circuit ciort of Alexander conn
tvsnd stateof Illinois, aud to me directed, -ebere-
by I am commanded to make the auiouut of a cer
tain iudgrceut recently obtained against I) F. Wil-
buuru aud William Waaouerln favor of Predollne
Brosa, plautlff, before (teo. E. Olmsted, Esq., a
uollce uugiilrat'', lu aud for the city of Cairo, a
transcript of which has bean duly (lle.i In the said
clerk's ottlce as required by law out of I lie Mnds,
teut mem, goods und ehst'i-ls of the suld H'-nJ.
K. i.bonni nd Wiiliaiu WaL-oie r. I have leviwi
on the following dt senht-d property, to-wll: The
soutlita.t of tho southwest auartt-r of sec
tion twenty two (!), and also the w- st side of the
northwest of the uoriheast quarter and tUc north
eastuf the northwest quarter of section teuty-
cv. nU'V). All the above lands are siua'ed aud
luiu- lu tontii! fifteen 115) and in run ire two (J).
west of Sid P. M., in county of Alexander and
Therefore, according to said command, I thai
expose for sale at pub ic uuctlon, all the ruht. tllie
and Interest of the above iiamcd William W agoue-
tu and to the above described t roperti, at 11
Clock a. m .on Friday the K'h of August, ISM, at
the westerly door of the court house, lu Cairo. Ills.
Dated at Cairo, 111., tuie l'.'tn nay ouuiy, isw.
Sheriff Alexander County.
Hv virtue of an ez-c.ution Issued out of Ihe
clerk's office of the circuit ouitof Alexander coun
ty and state of Illinois, and to tne directed, wnera-
br I am commanded to make the amount of a Cer
tain ludcnient recently obtained against W alter 8.
l.anoer aua Bamuei i.anuer :u iavoroi ueiijauuu
F. Curtis out of the lauds. ten nientB, goods and
eha telsol the said Wither 8. Lander and Simuol
Lander. 1 have levied on the follow
I n ir described property, U-wlt: All of
section eleven (II), lu township sixteen
nm and in ranee two (2). west of the 3rd prin
cipal meridian, said land le lying and being sltna
ti-rl tn the countv of Alexander nnd state of Illinois.
Therefore, according to iaia rommano, i snsu
ext osc lor sale at .uhlic auction, an r::e rigui,
tltln and Interest of the above named Walter 8.
Lander and Samuel Lander, in ana to mo anovo
described properly, at )1 o'clock a. m , on Friday
theth day of August, 18K1, at the westerly door
of the conrt house, in city or Cairo, ills
ouiea at t-atro, it., mis iiu ua? u, u m,, w
Hhcrlff Alexander Count.
n vimm of an execution Issued out of the
clerk's office of the clr-ult court or Alexander
.hi,.nii,iiinr IlilnnlH. and to me directed.
wnereny I am commmioeu io nibku mo
a certain judgment recently oDimncu anaoioi u. r .
- . - ...1,,. ,1'.. ........ 1.. f.. ... .m ..t ltu
WUnournsno vtiinam nwum-r iu iui ui wio
ii.,u,wl..r f',,tiolv Hank, olmitlff. before Geo. E,
Olmsted. Ksa . a oolica ina.dstrate In and for the
city of Cairo, a transcript of which has been duly
filed tn the said clers'sottlceaa required by lav, I
nve levied on tne ioiiiing urjtnu
to-wil: The southeast of the southwi-st quarter of
of section twenty-two CM), and also ihe west side
af the northwest of 'lie northeast quarter and the
niiriliuant of the norlbwer-t quarter of section
,,vi.,,tv .i.vi-n fir.. A t the abov, lands are situa
ted nd lying intownsnip nrtoen tioj ann in rmii4
two (i). west tn art i. i ., in mo county oi
.,lu, u1 .lulu f.r lllinnla.
Th,.n.(7irH. ac.cordlnir to said command, I shall
expose for sale at public auction, all the right, till
and Interest ofth - above named William Wagoner,
in and to tha above described property, at 11
nVliM-lr a in . . on Krl.Uv thn Dili dav of August,
lssfi. Bt the -vesterlv door of the court house, In
OMro. Ills. '
Sheriff Alexander Conn ty.
Wlieniad .fohn Snroiit aud flnrah BDroftt, hlo wifn,
AiA Ut. ikl. ...la. ..,sl,tU,m iwiurintf HfttM JstnllHrV
21st, ls7!, anil recoided in Hook 10 of Deeds, In tho
recorder's nfTtce of Alexander county, Illinois,
eonvvv and inortLoiiro to tha undersigned the fol
lowing described real estate, situated In the conn
tv r liuv.miAr ami rltvnr Citlro. II Innls. to-wll.
twnlvetiai. thirteen (18), fourteen
(1 1) and fifteen (1R). In block uumbeied three (U)
i i. l-i.., A.i.iiti.m in ill ii c iv of Cairo alora
.nlil in uiinipu lh,, t-avnient of a certain tiromla-
.,v imt uTxr.ntjid bv tiie said John cproat, in
said sa'n mn ttfstfu full v described! and whreaa
dinnii ilu. h,,n made In Ihe payment of snld
nn ih,. iIum nnnn said lota, and said nolo
nm,.i. i...... with aa'ul taxes. Ions llnco
,,.. ,i n.Mhv an 1 1 1 Knroat.
on application tf the 1 gal bolder of said note and
under and by virttio ol tuo epociai prnvmiona "
power of safo in aald sale mortgaio, I Ihe under-
w lion tHIRTIKTH. 1883
aVx: aViT SS$ M
the hour of . o'clock p. in. of asid day, ofltr
vii'a j HHi.s.i
salo and sell at puliiic auction hi me oigurav
for cash, the above de-crlbed roai (state U) pay and
a,,.i.fv tha amount of principal and Interest dua
upon said note, and the taxes paid tjaon said lota,
r . . a I .1 ,.al iv ll liMttt Attn .
as is, in ann dj ;iu ,",,?K','V
Dated Cairo, 111., July 14th. IsM. HyLOp
a Treasurer snd Morttrajaw,
.. A nilhert. Attorneys. tl-WQ.
JIXNUIW UKINTHAL K. li
Shortest antl Quickest Route
(yi -r . -. .
Ol. JiUUlH ailU UJilCagO.
The Onlv JLine Kunnin
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Dikkot Connkotion
riMiNi Liati Cairo:
J:05 u in. Mall,
IrrlvluglD Bt. Louts. 1 .45 a m ; ChitaKO,H:30p.m.;
Connecting at Odin and Kfflnirhaui fur Cfnr.ln.
natl, Louisville, Indlauapolii aud points East.
11:1 i a.m. tit. Ijouia nnd Wtrn
trrlvliig in bt. Louis 7:0.1 n. m.. aud Connection
for ail points West.
14. 50 p.m. JTasit Kipreia,
PirKt. Lnult and Chicago, arriving at BL Louis
io:su p.m., ana i mcago , :-4i ,m.
:j:bO p in. Cinoinrihtl Kipress,
trnviuK at cinciLnatl 7 :00 a.m.; Louisville. fl:."5
a to.; inmanapoiis 4:i a.m. Paspui,era
u-ii iroin rosea me soovc points IU
ooLtiB in aavauce oi any other route.
t-TheS;W D. m. exuress has PITIJ.ll A
sl.k.KPIN'G CAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
lUnges, and through sleetiers to 8t. l.onls and
Fast Time Kast.
l,-iccovi(ril'fi nT this line go through to Rasu
L dooUJCl B em point without any delay
:anaea ny Hanaay intervening. The Haturdav after
noon train from Cairo arrives in new York Moodar
oornlug at 10:H&. Thirty-six hours In advance of
nv otter route.
Lftyfor through tickets and further Information.
tpply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Catrv.
J. U. JUMtB, Ticket Agent.
A. II. riANSON. Own. Pass. Agent. Chicago
H. It. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILI.INOIB CENTRAL 11. R.
Tra.na Depart. Trains Arrlv.
Mali. - S-.Oft a m. 1 1 Vail .. 1:05 a m.
tAccom .....11:10a m. 'Express 11 10a.m.
Express 3 10 p.m. 'Accom 4:15 p.m.
c ST. L. 4 N. o. H. it. (Jackson route).
Mail 4:45 a.m. 1 1 Mall ....4:fflp.m.
tKxpress 10 Mtia tn. I Ki press ... .10:80 a.m.
ACCum 3:50 p.m. I
st. L. c H. H. (Narrow-gauge).
Expr.ss ......... S:U) a m i Express 1 :15 a.m.
Et AMail... 10:)a m. Ex. Mall. .4:10p m.
Accom 12:i4d bi. Accom .2:uo p.m.
ST. L. I. M. H. It.
tExpresa 10:30 p.m. tExprest 2:30 p.m.
w., ST. L. A P. H. K.
Mall Jt Ex 6:10a.m. I Mall A Ex.. 9 tOp.m.
'Accom 4:01 p.m. 'Arcon I0 SO a.m.
Freight 1:45 a m. Freight 6:45 p.m.
MOBILE a OHIO B. R.
Mall 5:56 a m. I Mail 8:10 p m.
Dally except Sunf ay. t Unllv.
AND DEPARTURE OF
S p. is .
t p. m.
t p. m.
8 p. m.
9 a. m.
4 p. m.
I. C. It. K. (it rough lock mail). & a. m.
" (way mal!) 4 SO p m.
" (Southern Dlv 5 D. m.
fron Mouutaln It. H 2:3-p.m.
Wabash R. It In p. m.
Texas A St. Louis It. K 7 p. m.
St. Louis A C'.lro K. K i p. m.
ObloUiver 2 p. m.
Miea Klver arrlvea Wed . Hat. A Mon
denarts Wed.. Frl. A Hnn.
P O. gen. del. op n from 7:u am to 7:30 pm
P.O. box del. oicn from (a.m. to Dp m.
Sundays gee. del. open from.. ..8a. m. to Ida. m.
Sundavs hoi del. open from. ...A a. m. to 10:30 am
JtjrSOTE Chang' will be published from
time to time In cllr copers, change your cards ac
cordingly. W'M. M. MUKTHY, P. M.
tll ht HfJ.
f -AlHO BAPTIST Corner Tenth and Poplf r
K.J streets; preaching every Sunday mo nlcg and
night at usual hours. Prayer meel'.i.g Wedatt
day night; bunday school. W:.'W a.tn
itev. a. w. j cuaua, castor.
rtHUKCH OF THE KKDKKM K K-(HKlacopal
U Fourteenth street; Handay 7:0oa m.. Holy
Communion 10:30a. m.. Voiulng I'rayera It a. m.
Suiiday schools p. m., Kvmlng Prayers 7:o p. m
P. P. Davenport, 8. T. II. Hector.
I MUST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUKCa.
V Preaching at 10:80 a. n.., S p. m., and 7:S0 p. m.
fabbatb school at 7:80 p. m Hev. T. J. Shores,
tmiKKAN-Tblrteeuth street: services Sab
bath 1:30 a. Ei.; Sunday school t p. m. Hev.
KTUUD1ST Cor. Eighth and Walt.nl streets,
Preaching Sabbath 11:1X1 a. m. and7:S0 p.m.
runay school at S:00 p. m. Hev. J. A. Bcarrett,
I J HEKBYTEHIAN Eighth street; preacnlng on
I Kabhath at 11:UU a. nr.. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
nesting Wednesday at 7:3') p.m.; Sunday Schaol
18 p.m. itev n. x . ueorge, pastor.
T .11 IM IfPIt V,,m.n r.lhnllrl rn.n. n,n.l
3 and Walnut streets; services Sabbath l0:S0a.
B.; Sunday School at t p. m. ; Vespers S p. m. ; ser-
li es every dsy at 8 a. m. Hev. U'liara, Priest.
- 'I' U A'l'Uli't'ftJ llA... -.tl.nll..... Ul.lh
sirvet and Washlnirtnn avenne: anrvlena Hah-
)ith 8 aud 10 a. m.; Vespers S p. m.; Snoday School
.p.m. services every day at n a. m. itev. Mimtoiieri
fnyor 1 bnmas. W. Ila.hCay.
T-.siirer-Cl.a:l s F. Nelhs,
Clerk Dennis. J, l-olev.
C.-iinselor-Wm. U. Otlberl.
vliitsbal L. II.. Meyers,
BOiRP or aLDIHSIK
Kirst Ward Wm.Mrnale, Harry Walker.
Scoiid Ward-Jesse llinkle, C. N. Hughes,
third Ward-B, P. Hlake, f- g ert Smith.
I'ourth Ward-Charles O. Patter, Adoipb Bwo-
b i'la. . ......
Kiflh w ard CI, as. i.ai easier, iienry dioiii.
Circuit ,1 udgn -1). t. Hakcr.
Circuit Clerk -A. II, Irvln.
County .ludgi .1. II. lioblnson.
Cnti my Clerk S.J. llnnini.
County Treasurer Miles W, Parker,
t oroner It. I'llrgerald
t'ountv Oommlssloners T,
W. llalllday, J. fl.
Mulr.ahPV and Peter Paint .
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD'MY
in ESTER. .'d yenr opens Hepi
Rnllillng new. Suporlor appolnimet
ahioerhig. Chemical, Collegiate, Kri
t irculais of P. W. Ilsrclay, l,, W,
Esq ,oro( Col. T11EO, 11Y
I'd yenr opens Pepteniner 4....
unnnrlnratinoln meut CIvU En-
. a 1.11k
.' . .. ..' u....l,ah tln.H.1
11 Y ATT, Prei't.
S Montlcello Ladies' Seminary,
for " -. -,vi,ki-v li t
IIOUICKKY. MAUI9UI1 W " ! -
Op ns Beptembor 90. rirst clasi lenpoi. una or
(be oldest In tha weal. Location healthy and d
llghtmi. Superior dvantage for Kngllib and
Classical Education, with Muslo, Drawing. Paint
ingand Modern LanMae. Antilv.forcalaloBue,
to Miss a. N. HASKELL, Principal.
jib )iim.--vni'U.7U trait.