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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNINU JULY 11, 1881.
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A Don J Shot.
A lot of S u in mi.' r tourists were on tho
beach at Los An'oles tho other day
watching some fiuicy rifle shooting by
n party of professional otter hunters
who liail cimio over from tlio Channel
Islands for a Sunday lark. These real
ly wonderful niarksmon, most of them
native Californians,- we to killing gulls
on tho water, breaking bottles and
hitting dollars thrown into tho nir,
with groat celat, when a chulish-look-i"g
young man from Frisco yawned in
a Ijoied manner, and remarked in a
very audible voieo to a companion that
he 'didn't see anything very wonderful
in that sort of shooting.
This produced a series of sarcastic
ally polite retorts on the part of the
original lord of tho soil. "Perhaps
tiie gentleman could show them sonie
"Well, I don't kuow," replied tho
young man, languidly taking ono of
the hunters' Winchesters. "I might if
somebody would hold a cork or some
thing on liis head for me."
Tho riflemen showed thoir white
teeth with amusement.
"Doubtless," said one of them, wink
ing at his companions, "doubtless the
gentleman's friend will oblige him."
"Why, to bo sure," drawled the
dude, looking around. But his follow
dudo had sauntered off and was stand
ing some threo hundred yards furthor
along the beach, meditatively smoking
a long nine.
"Ah! thero's Cholly," said tho
languid party, cocking the gun. "Let
mo see. You observe that cigar ho has
iu his mouth. Very well. I'll put a
hole through that," and taking a care
less sight he lired. At tho report tho
sniokor gave a sudden start, took out
and examined his Havana, and then
shook his fist angrily.
Tho entiro crowd ran toward him.
Suro enough, there was a hole- right
through the center of tire cigar, almost
cutting it in half.
"That's tho fourth cigar you've spoil
ed for mo," said the smoking dudo, in a
vexed tone. "I wish you'd stop that
sort of a thing!"
As for tho other hunters, they looked
at each other in mortifiod silence for a
few minutes, then climbed into their
boat and set sail.
"That's tho most wonderful shot I
ever saw," said an old gentleman to
tho reporter tho next morning. "Such
a terrible risk, too. .
"Nothing wonderful about it," said
ine California lcll. coutidentlv. "All
you have to do is to have your cou-
leuerato cut a nolo in the cigar with
penknife beforehand. It is a boss
scheme !" Han Francisco iW.
In mechanical curiosities thcro havo
been many wonderful exhibits in tho
present day. Tho piping bullfinch in
tho great exhibition of 18G2 drew
crowds to it; but wo remember during
tho salo of Week's mechanical collec
tion, half a century ago, a similar
graceful littlo warbler, and wo saw
two other mechanical songsters which
tho French troops brought back as
part of tho spoils from tho emperor's
summer palaco at I'ckin. We regret
that wo missed tho machine for mak
ing Latin verses, which was exhibited
in our day at tho Egyptian hall a real
blessing to school-boys; nor have wo
seen tho squalling baby which a mod
ern man of science constructed
surely a bringing of coalsto Newcastle;
but we remember well, about the year
1;S3, seeing a very wonderful collec
tion of automata which had been orig
inally designed as presents to tho em
peror of China. There was a young
lady, life-size, that played tunes upon
a spinet; another that wroto lines with
tho beauty of copperplate; while sur
passing all in ingenuity was the figure
Of a matrician with a tinv wanrl in hU
hand. It Was mounted upon a small
movable frame, which could be wheeled
about at the pleasure of a spectator, so
that thero was no place for a confeder
ate to conceal himself. On putting
into an orifice in tho fraruo any one of
tho numerous metallic cards which lay
about with questions inscribed on
them, tho Wure, ,attr niakhi" you a
bow, Btruck with his rod a liitlo door,
which opened, aud there was tho
answer printed on nnothcr card. Tho
reply given was always strictly appro
priate to tho question, and was not of
a mere general character, liko the
answers on conversation-card. Then,
when we asked, "Mr. Conjuror, aro
you not troubled with tho inquiries of
your numerous visitors?" tho answer
was: "I should be ungrateful to say
bo." Our next question was of an en
tirely different kind. It was, wo being
young: "What is tho sweetest passion
m nature?" Tho conjuror bowed,
knocked at tho gate, and lo! appeared
Cupid with his bow and arrow! Sir
pavid lirevvster, who noticed thi3 toy
in his volume on "Natural Ma-'ic'
conjectures that tho cards, thoVh
seemingly alike to the eye, differed in
weight, and passed through tho orilico
we have named until they fell into tho
proper groove, and touched a sprint
which moved forward tho answer!
Tho machinery employed must have,
at all events, been of the most delicato
order. Still these things were but tho
trifles of mechanical skill. What
wonders have wo sinco seen of pieces
of machinery which, you might almost
say, thought. With much interest wo
looked in tho great exhibition of
on tho jacquard loom, and, ten years
later, on tho marvel of marvels, Hub
bago's calculating machine. Leisure
Tho Spanish gypsies nsrrt that they
know tho dan co which Herodias'
daughter duueud before Herod.
Oilfrla of Lynch Lhw.
Tho Hon. J. C. G. Kennedy, of Wash
ington, is tho grandson of Andrew
Kllicott, tho surveyor who laid out
Washington City in connection with
D'Knfant, writes a Washington corres
pondent. Kllicott was, in tho days of
Washington, ono of tho loading scient
ists of this country, and ho had also
mado a namo for himself nhrni.i Hn
did much of tho more important sur
veying for tho government, and was
employed in important commissions
his whole lifo lone. One of th n mnat.
important works was tho survey of tho
lino between tho United States and tho
Spanish possessions in America, con
sisting of Florida and other narts of
tho South. During tho survey ho kont
a vory full diary, which is still in tho
hands of his family. It is full of inter
est concerning early lifo in tho South
ern States and among Indian tribes.
It is mado up from notes taken on tho
spot, and reads liko a mcturo of the
past put on tho canvas in life-like col
ors, it was not a new thing to mo that
tho terra Lynch law ciiiuo from tho
man. Cantain Lynch, who nrionnntoil
this form of jurisdiction, but tho fol
lowing description of Captain Lynch,
who Kllicott met nt this, time, though
now fust. ftnninnpliiiif 1 lm n inn
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years, will bo read with interest by tho
men oi to-uav. 1 eotiv vnrhnt m
"Captain Lynch just mentioned was
tho author of tho Lynch laws so well
known and so frequently carried into
eucci somo years ago in tno southern
States in defiance of every nrincinlo of
justice and iurisnrudenco. Air. Lvnch
lived in Pittsylvania when ho com
menced legislating and carrying his
ideas into effect I had tho following
details of nroccduro from his own lins:
Tho lynch men associated for the pur-
poso oi punishing crimes in a summary
way without tho technical and tedious
forms of our courts of justice. Upon a
report being mado by any menibor of
tho association of a crimo being com
mitted in the vicinity of their inrindin.
tion, the person so complained of was
miuiuuuuoiy pursueu auu lascn u pos-
11. T , , 1 . .
iuie. ii apprenonuou no was carried
before snmn momhor nf Ihn nssnointinn
and examined. If his answers wero
not satisfactory ho was whipped until
inoy wero so. aueso extortou answers
usually involvod others in tho supposed
crime, who in turn were punished in
liko manner. Tho punishments wero
sometimes sovero iu consequonco of
tho answers extorted under tho influ
ence of tho smarting whip to interro
gatories put by members of tho asso
ciation. Mr. Lynch informed me that
ho had never in any caso given a voto
for tho punishment of death. Some,
however, ho acknowledged, had been
hanjrod. but not in tho common wav.
A horso becamo their executioner. Tho
manner was thus: The person to bo
hanged was placed on a horse with his
hands tied behind him. A rono was
tied about his neck, and its other end,
not too long, was fastened to tho limb
of a troo over his head. Iu this situa
tion the person was left. When tho
horse, in pursuit of food or for any
other causo moved, tho criminal was
left suspeuded by his neck. This was
called aiding tho civil authority. It
seemed almost incredible that such
proceedings should bo had, g6verued
by known laws. It may, nevertheless,
bo relied on. I should not haveassert-
od it as a fact had it not been related to
mo by Mr. Lynch himself and by his
neighbors. This mode of procedure
oritrinaieu in Virginia about tho year
1770, from whence it extended south
ward, as before observed." Boston
The Woman's Toothache.
She looked in nt the dentist's ilnm
savs tho Lewiston Journal, nnil unirl
she had a tooth she believed had a cav
ity in it, maybo sho d have it out if he
wouldn't hurt any. The ilontt'at. n.
sured her ho never hurt anybody. Sho
said she expected her teeth" would hurt
awful hard. They wasn't like any
body's else. He said ho guessed that
was SO. Sho said she know it. wr.nlil
kill liar to havo a tooth nulled, for she
couldn't stand anything. Sho knew
sho should faint or scream nr do smim.
thing horrid, and the liko of that; sho
always iinl. tie said ho didn t believo
sho would do so very badly, but she
said she should. Oh, sho knew sho
should; she wasn't liko anybody else
in this world, and her teeth wero aw
fully sensitive Marv Kllen .lone
could sit right down any day and havo
any amount oi tcetn out, anil the liko
of that, but sho never could, sho knew
sue couiun t. hue said sho could fly
right up through the roof to think of it.
t ft. - 1 - - A. ' . ' 1 1 1 . . ,
aiio uenusi saiu sue might t:ko some
thing, but sho said sho couldn't, sho
iiouldn't dare to. Slio'd heard of a
girl out west who took laughing gas
and sho laughed threo weeks and tho
like o' that, and all tho family went
crazy; and sho didn't want to drive
her family crazy, for if their girl went
away they were going to break up this
summer and go down to the beach, and
she was doing everything sho could to
make it hard for tho girl so sho would
go away, for she'd heard thero was a
lovely rink down to tho beach aud tho
liko o' that, and sho wanted to "o.
And then sho dentist if lm tlimirrht- l.iv
mouth would bo a good ono to lit falso
teeth to. Ho said sho'd better sit down
and let him look at tho ono that ached
but sho said she guessed sho would n'
tl'OUblo him to-dllV. Tim tooth ili. In'
actio any then: sho didn't know n aim
could tell which ono it was and maybo
iwas oniy tired, she u chewed so much
sprucoguni this spring and liko o'
that; anyway sho wouldn't bother him.
Sho 'sposed dentists wero awful busy
folks. And sho Pave nlnnn In nn mi.
n-..I . .... ....
shaven man jumped iivo feet in tho nir
wnen ino dentist puueu out a molar
with inch fangs.
A modol of a novel canal boat has
been placed on exhibition by a Cleve
land inventor. Tho boat is to bo pro
pelled by a screw, so geared that it
can bo mado to turn by horses or mules
traveling in a circlo in their stable in
tho boat. Tho inventor claims that
abundant power can bo had in this
manner, and that a largo saving can
bo e fleeted, particularly in rive" tow
ing bills, and by tho reduction of help;
that it would bo cheaper than tho pres
ent method of towing, even though no
better time wero made; but ho is conli
dent that four or five miles nn hour
can bo accomplished.
"Lobsters is cur'us critters," said
an old man, whose weather-beaten face,
half concealed by an unkempt gray
beard and an oilskin suit, stamped him
as a fisherman, at the eastern station,
tho other day. "They're just as sensi
tive as a bilo, and I cal'late they know
nn almighty sight. Folks say as how
lobsters is treacherous, but I alius
found that if you treated 'em half as
well as you would a dog they'd rceip
crato every time. If you think you
can pick a lobster up by tho tail and
drive a spiko with him you mako a bio
mistako, and don't you forget it.
"A lobster is a humorous cuss, too,
and ho can appreciate a joko quicker' n
two-thirds of tho men. I reckcrlect a
a caso that proved all this to mo once.
1 took somo Boston chaps out with mo
when I went to look after my traps ono
day, and when wo wero comin' back
ono of 'em told a story that tho other
fellers called a chestnut. Thcro wasu't
no p'int to it and nobody laughed, but
just as truo as I'm standin' hero, every
ono of them lobsters in tho bottom of
the boat turned over on their backs and
nctod sort of nervous liko. They had
all been quiet and poaccful aforo, ami
1 know they saw there wasn't no fun
in tho story. An' I tell you, boys, lob
sters can bo learnt a good many things;
I was brought up among 'em, amf I
know somcthin' of their natur'. ' Just
look at this."
Tho old man picked up a big live ono
from a barrel that was awaiting trans
portation, and for a few seconds held
tho squirming, wiggling monster in tho
palm of ono of his bauds. Thon ho
Hopped it over, back upward, and rub
bed its tail briskly with his other hand.
The fish slowly drew its ugly-lookinw
claws and subtided into perfect quieC
exhibiting no mora signs of lifo than if
ho had been boiled.
"There," said tho old man, 'th,
lobster's under a spell, as they call it,
and he'll stay just as long as I want
him o."ranyor Commercial.
TutitsDAY Evening, July 10, 1884.
A cool breeze continues to blow from tho
west and the weather is delightful for this
The market is without comparatively any
life, though some hopes of more activity in
the near future.
FLOUR Dull. New flour is expected
to move in a day or so. All stocks are
continually being reduced with very little
HAY Very dull. Ueceipts light and
stocks larger than demand.
CORN A falling of 3 cents this week.
Stocks abundant with little demand.
OATS Falling. Iieceipts aro far in ex
cess of sales.
MEAL Demand is good while prices
hold t'.ieir own.
BRAN Easy, with plenty in the market.
BUTTER Cou n t ry butter is in demand
and very littlo on the market. Great deal
of old stock on hand which meets with no
EGGS Prices on the decline. Receipts
equal to demand.
CIIICKENS-OId hens are dull; but
good size young chickens are iu demand.
FRUIT Apples have no demand.
Peaches aro in great demand with none in
the market. Blackberries havo mado their
appearance with little demand. Cherries
are entirely out of tho market. A few can
telopes havo arrived; prices fair.
VEGETABLES --All except tomatoes
.Sales and Quotations.
NUTS. The prices ncre given are tor mint frdtn
urn nauac in ronna lot. An advance li
cbarucd lor broken lotam tllilneonli re.
SrOWils extra Fancy 5 1.1
lim bhls various trades r: Yfi:, (0
1()0 bids 1'aocv . f, on
loo bbls choice ,'i 00
cars gilt edgo small bale,
lctr choice whit In bulk....
i cars choice mixed in bulk.
1 car choice yellow in bulk.
1 car southern
3 cars choicu Northern in bulk
No. 9 Ited, per bn....
No. i Medlleranean.
snn bids City on orders
a ao 1 3 no
aoo bbls City "
700 pounds, old stock
"too pounds choice Northern
.impounds Southern Ills
tiDO pounds choice country. ".'.'.'.'.".'..'.".' jiii
VM) rlor.en In cases..,
5x) dozen ,.
Lai go choice,
Smai 1 M.t..M...
5 coops choice hens
50 dozen choice young ' " " '
5 dozen youiiK 7.V.'.'.'::..'l ii!
25hoxo peaches -jioi (i
40 crates red raspberries J
10 crates blackberries .'.!.'.!.'.!.'.". ' hi
1 cr watermelons per hundred '.".iii 0013 -jj uo
TTst potatoes, per jbtlshel .
I'CI uu. , ,
Percale M o f(l
Kino unwashed lti
Half do 'i
H. C. Hams ....
SALT M EATS.
.... 1 US
2!J !iit"hel burlaps
5 bushel "
IMilKIl HU' IV.
Peaches. halve!" ani? iiitiers
Choice navy ....
Choice n.vltum ,
Cholc, Knctory ..
TA l.l.uV, .
Iteavi r per iiuur.d. . .
10 to 6
11) to 41
10 to 5
. M to 2 .'-0
. 75 to ti t u
8 to 15
1 "J to 9 Of;
Calf, Hre o-
Dry KHn! cho c;. . .
Sheep Pe!:s, dry . .
Sheep Pi ure-.-n.
Damage 1 H'ic"....
Common i - T-V "
(lood in' ' t'tii 5
MertlntM Leaf 7 H
KAT'.s CV' ?ituti-!lT.
f.-n't H i Vr-.r Vrk
W-.vt. .:;. V'.. JoM.
fVOr j 1")
flfleiia, An !" : " l"
Klineion. M:j 41
Natch'!! ITS '.3 3
All other wav r-ict
brlnw Metr.phl to
New 0.-;eai. 1 J" l"
1 iver tsfeam
j PIUS. 2J
Rick ITejnVho and rc'iicvo all thn tronVdos inci
dent to n bilious state of the system, surh as Diz
ziness, Nans.;, Drowsiness, Distress after eatinsr,
Ji:n in the Sid'1, Ac. Whilo their mout remark
able Bucctea baa been shown in curing
nc.iiWhP.Trt Cartcr'sLlttleLiwrPiilstre finally
vaJuiblo in Constipation, curing and iireventica
this annoying complaint, whilo they also correct
all disorders of tho stomach, gtlmulato tho liver
Bud regulate the bowels. Even if the; only cured
A'nrithry wnnldbcalmopt priceless to those Who
tiller from this ilistrepsini: complaint; but fortu
nately their goodnesadoes not end here, and thoso
vhoonco try them will find these little rills vain
able in so many ways that they will not be willing
to Uu witliuut them, hat after all sick 1k4J
la theksne ef eo many lives that ncrc is whers w?
make our preut boaeU Our pill euro it whilo
OlherB do B.t.
Carter's Littla IT rills art very email and
Tery easy to tak"- Ono or two pills make a dose.
They aro strictly vegetable and do not prine or
jmrge, but by their penile action please all who
lisuthem. In vialflatiJcents; five f'irfl. BolJ
ty druggists everywhere, or kent by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. New York
pai.t r.riKfM, wzi'.ma, srnf .i rr.A. scald
Head, Kryslbis, 'l etter, lllves, I imi.l rtur. Itar'icr's
Itch, I'itiipleH, Minsrs, Cai l uncleH, Hunt T'liwimii
nrel I'uiwuieil Wiiinnls, Hlngnnriij, Munbuiii, niiil
all illwiu"-s of the Skin.
I'or Piles, Wounds, (.'ills, fleers nr Sores, no
remedy Is so prompt in sootliiiiK and heiiljn aj
i'apillon Skin Cure. It dues not nuurt or burn.
DirtctUiM in (en lungim'ja amMjumy tnrybMle,
NASAL CATAItRII, ACl'TK or ( II it'iMf roi.D
in the Head, Hone Cold, I'.ininlnul uluilh uud
Clennfes the nostril", permits natural breathing,
and prevent lm'iuul:illoul MimlHe ihi vne, inn.
I Isuspn llleeure lorCuld tn tho Howl liieh
Is causeil by sudiien chmiKe in the atmosphere,
Virtctiuns in ttn I'lu'ittniji ncviinjmnu rnry fnttlt.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICAGO.
1 Ten BALE EY ALL DRDGCHTB.
For Salo bv
PAUL G. SCIIUII,
Snccial Atits. in this? citv.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CI.AKKSON, Agent.
Ni'xt Ali'xitntlfr C. TlnnU, nth St.
(fOnod Stock and Ibices Iteasonablit.J
Monticello Ladies' Seminary,
OotUViTi Maillpon Cti , 111.
One of tho oldest schools In tho Went. Hliill ttloti
as a flrst clnss scliool unquestioned. Superior ud
vaiitaKiis for Ktiilisb and CIusmIchI Kilueatlon with
Music, Drawlnu. I'ntntlni.' and MoiIitii I. illumines,
Opens Septmiiber lsth. i'or cntnlocue, apply to
MISS 1IA.MIL N, UASKliLL, l'rineluil.
Delivered nt CAIRO, III.,
at lliu FOLLOWING PRICKS:
I t hultom. rt. slave. Capacity Kal. I'llee.
x ur,o $L..oo
x i) i?) 211.00
7 x J! 2000 32.00
7 x 1) 22:0 30.00
7 x 10 2:oo 10.00
These tanks are made of CLEAK CYPKKSS, I'j
,. ,, ,."" h' teeuieiy uoopeu anil aro WAThlt
lldlll. Tliey are
Hhipiioil wlioleiiiul avo wll lr:ica
lo prevent their belni; ruck, d or broken in hand-
nun, i-.si iti'iies iiiriilr-lit-U tor
'l':mkH if any H'rs.e.
A. KKiCJS .c ItltDS,,
2!7 Delord St., New Orleans, La.
C17 St. Charles Su ST. L0DI3, M0.
A rsainlnr Ornduatn o;' two niedleat
colieue-i. lias lieen loiik-'.-t ei:it;.Ked ill tile lrea-nn-ui
ot I'll roil Nervoun, !lfin niul
J llno.l llsea-es llian anv ntln-r physic ian In
tt. Louis, as i ity p-,pi-rs sliow .mil all i!i resi
dents know. ( 011-iillation at ottire or bv mail,
free and Invited. A friendly l:,ik or his opinion
costs iiiitliliiir. When it Is l-ieni.venlent tovllt
the city lor treatment, niedlelues rim be sent
byiuallorexpresH evervvi liei ... t -arable case
k'niranteed : where doubt txUt.l' N Taukly
Hated, t ailor Write,
Xsrtous Prostration, Debility, llsntal ami
Vhyilral fffnlineis, Hercni Ul an I ether
siler t Ions of Throat, Skin and Biinn, l.looij
Impurities ml Blood Polsnnlng-, kin Affec
tions, Old Sores ami l lcers, Imppolnienls to
Marrlags, 1th e-umat ism , piles. special at
tent Ion t rae from over-worked liratu.
St lKilCAL f tsKS receivs special jittentliin.
Plsetses srlsinir from Imprtnlenrf. Kxresses,
Indulgences or Kxposurei,
It is t If-evl t. r.t that a phviieiau y r. v I
partleiiUr attetitl-m to a cl:"-of r.i.. attains
treat Fki.l. ai.d l-.v-jrl-ms in regular p.'aetb-rt
all ov, r the ,','tihti-v kuowini; tin-, t'r -1 eiit'v
recommend ,-i-es to t in- old,- -t oiin e ir A .lii rl-
e:l. re every k jo ri appli inee Is e-..rteC
t', and the proved e-ro,l roin"lie. - -. al.
n.'e a'i'I eoiintrie. ar-used, A hole I -iie s
! d t-.r r:h.v pur,.-)i , and all are treate ltd
skid tn a re-;ei-:f,a manner; and, kmiw.mr
w hat tv ilo, i;o exi-eriiuentH re made. t,.n ,.e
coin t of the er,:it nninUr at'i-iyl nr, t!ie
e;i ir.es are kept l,j,v. nt'teii low. r than is Te
l: A i I V otl.er. If 1,111 st eure the -ki t : J
e a'ld p.Tfei t
eii re. (lint s .110
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r 1 'irrem v. over nttv w m
. tr t 1 f ', arti. li s' on toe
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1 tn irrv. W ho marrv ti r '
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M ir.h v. l.
iri :i,d n.arrv. Ilm life vid ha; plnej tnnv
Il-m-.- I. t!!'ii- iirirrii d or e.,?it. mplat M
.'.4!-r::i.- s'e.ni 1 read It. It oucht to re-.
I v al a I n't T'OiK, liien kept under loelc a. I
key, I'.j! ,' ir edlcon. a al ',ve. hnt I l -e
c'. r a:, t ;- -j pajt s, cent , by ii ml, if noiie'.
JLiy l v(T
N a type ef citearb
hav n pecntlar ymp
inm. It i" attenderi
by an 'iillameil rone.i
tion ef I lie lining mem
braue of fie iiij'Tr-.ls,
tear-dui'ts and throat,
IV ctirt: the I u n t s.
A n B'-rid mucus i s
sr reted. 'he dl" haryc
's ae, or.ip ailed with a
hi "i fit I rnru:n.' ren :t
'ioa. Tbe-e nre sev
i re spasms r,f snei z
in.', fr, q't'-nl attnriis
of blinding head u he,
a srerv and irll imed
t a t e of the eye,
Kl 's I'm a:n liV.w is a
re:neuy loi.ndi-,1 on a
i -use arid can be d-,-i-ts
; i. r. by mail .
ru U'isT, Owejo.N.V.
w aV J
correi I diHL'no-i of this d
pendi d tiimn. 5 ie. ai drj;
Mini J e bet tie bv mail ler.
r I.V liliOTlli li.s. Jl
d-r I iniiif. 1!
ofMV '' Al I.'; IMil.K, In ( inn, -ei',
1'hall II, I'.ill.-r ail 1 llllbel.i.l Wolf
.lolm Wolt. ,-ifv U olf. Mrs Wolf n if- ,f
Unit, Kaimv Mirier, .leffersun im
l.oiii-.i Allen, Anna Mary .lair-tt
and Cli:i l i-her.'
Pur I'ar t it ion ami A d.'iiment nf I .
II . 111 V
Ptlblie tlotii e is hereby L'ilen tllllt, ill . ,1 r-
a dei roe in ;u I., uud entered l,v Kir I eoiirt in t
entitled i-an-o. ,:i the llh ilav ul .lime. A, I
Alexander II, luin, Ma-ter iti Chum ery ,,t
. I--,. I
i-in ult loiat of Aiean.er ei.niity, uill, on
Ki:n. V, Tin-; iii;t day ',r ak.i'st, ii,
at the hour of 11 o'i ,,ek In the forenoon, at the
sonilme-terlv il.M.r of the emu! ho:i-e it, the i i v of
I iiiro, enmity of Alexander and -date of lllin'ois,
fell nt pltblie (iin tion. tn Hie Iijehest und li.'Mt hhider,
all and r-im'ilar, the PilbmitiL' d". riberl piemj-eH
and teal e-iate in -aid ib eree menti .tied, to Kiti-fv
raid lleerel". to w it : Lots nnnihereil one I ,, tw o rii
and three ,;ii. in Idoi I; rniinbeieil iiii,ete,,n lit,, in
the l-'ifst Addition to the rite of Cairo, in Ihe enmity
nf Alexander and state nf Illinois; nM, the s.mtli-
Wi-t llllirter of the HOIIthent lllarler of section
number twenty-sown r.r, i, in town-hii tiiiuiIkt
thirteen i KI', -nuili raue two r.') ea-t, in tiie i ountv
of .lohn-uri, and state nf lilinoi-: al-n a part nf the
nortoeii-t itiarter nt the nnriheast iiiarter nf H-i-tinn
niinioer iwo (.'', in luwnshi) nuinher twelvi,
ll'.'i, south ram;., three ea-t, in the
Hliiil eoilnfy of .1 ' 'hi:-'. .11 allll state nf lllinni", natlle-
li enniinetirini; lit a siiiail lin kory tree nn tile west
line nt said quarter, qnart.-r section at a brunch forty
roils north nf the snii'hwest corner of said tract of
bind : thence runnliiL' due east thr halns ami sktv
links to a -tune; thence mirth ten decrees east fnuV
chains and me link- tn a -tune at the northwest
curlier nf lut number seven ,7,, jr, Ttmriell Hill
soiilh: thetic-e south eighty-six decrees east, thirteen
roils beii.r thetiutth line of lute riiiinhered six ill)
lllld see (', 1 to a stone ; tlnMiee south ten deerees
west one chain and tliirtv nine links to a stone;
thence northwesterly tn tiie wiuthue-t corner nf
said lot number seven t7): thence north ten decrees
east one chain and thirtv-iiinn links to Hie place nf
beiniiin iiicluilini; said lots numbered six d'n and
smeii (V., in Tunnoll Hill south. Tim terms nf
sain will be niie-balf the pure base money in cash nn
the day nf sale, mill lie balance payable in nine
ttiunths w ith li per cent, interest, secured by put,!
and murtL'HLe nn the preini-es supl. The pieinises
will be sold iree ot the dower uf thn complainant,
Itlllceniii Wolf, therein.
Dated Cairn, III., Julv Nth, ISM.
At.r.x 11. irtviN. .
Master in t'liaiK-ery.
(en. I-'i.-lier, Culllliliiitllltit's Snlicilnr.
Htatc or Illinois I Circuit .Court of Al-
sn evamler (Jnuiitv, II
CnfNTV of Al.Bi ANtiru 1 1 111 ilr. Iii Chancery
1'riunis I). Atlieitnn
Lilly Alliei tnit, William Atberton ami Thomas Jef
I'tiblli: Nutlce Is hereby L'lven tlmt, In pursuance
nf a decree imnle ami enlereil bv said court in the
abnv (titled cause, nn the Hill dav uf Mav, A. It.
li-SI, I, Alexander II. Ii vin, Mater'in Cliancerv nf
tiie paid circuit court nf Alexander county, will, on
I'KiiiAY, nn-: rntvr hay ok .woi st, ishi,
at the hour uf II o'clock In the forenoon, ul the
southwesterly dour uf the cutirt limine, in the city uf
( aim, county of Alex 11 niter and state of lllinms, sell
at public ii net i in. In the hlnhnst and best bidder, ail
and siiiL'iilar, the real estate In said decree mention
ed, situate in the . county of Alexander
and state nf Illinois, lo satisfy said decree, bclne;
Hie undivided nne-idu'litli part nf tint follow Iiil' de
scribed lands, to w It : 'I he east half uf the north
west itiai'ter; the northeast iiiarternf tiie southwest
itiarter, and the northwest tlurter of Ihe southeast
(iliu-tei-nf sectlnn tweiity iine (ijllj also till1 south
West quarter of Hie southeast quarter of section llf
teen 1 1.1 1, nil In low tedilp sixteen tlili, south and ill
ran-.'e two, west nf the third principal meridian.
Terms uf sale, one - tin 1 1 nf purchase inonev cash In
bund, balance nn a credit of six months, w ith notes
and -titaoeuu premises sold, heal ill'! I) per cent.
Hated Cairo, III., ,)uv stli, turn,
' ' AI.KX II. IliVIN,
-Master In Cliancerv.
I. I. LlnoL'iir, Cnnipliiliiant's Suiieltor.
lly ad lres nt- (,ICf). , liOVVKLI. Jt I'd,, 10
Sruiu St . York, can Iteirn the exait cor-t
01 any prnpoaed line of AbVrlt'l ISIMJ h, Atner
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OFFICE ItS ?f ,h.fl,M": Wftr wh0 were re.
1 . t , Uiv '"v f"r "K-'tlno between
date of commission and ( tib ial muster, will find It
to their interest to ctniniuiilcate promptly and
with particular, with .McN KILL & 111 ItCII At
torneys and .Solicitors. Urawcr 4Vf, Wahiniton
). C No lees in advance; hononble dealine:
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bllltv. Pi.mattite Decline in Man, "Krrurs of
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tiiiddle- ined cd old. It contains y, preserliitloinl
r all acute and chronic diseases, each i.ne of
which !s invariable, ho found ty t.c. Author
whose experience fur 'ii years is such as probahly
u-ver betcic fell to the lut nf any physician and
pau'es, liuund In besutllul French mnsMn, etnhds
sed cuiers, I'll flit, c'larar.tc d to be a finer work
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Iiiusirativt san l ti cents. Mini low. (iolri
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Ae"i cia:iou, to the i ftlceri tl which bo r ftirs
This bonk should be read h the ymniK lot in
st nrilori. Hnd by the afflict'd for reliet It will
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(."lurd an, !t,triictr.r or rb-rc man Argonaut.
Address the I'eabody Medical I'istitute, or l)r
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ss., who mav he consulted on all dlsiases re
ij-ii'itJk' skill and cxpetiei re, Cruonie and ohsti.
mite dlsca.is that bare hifiled I J 11 a I tne.
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without an irat-
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niiT nr nanrn
30 UNION SQUARE NLWYORK.
ill. mass. GA.
TOR SALE BY
U. Steagtilii & Co., Cairo, 111
T II 1$
Mutual Lifo & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Organized December, W83, I'lidtr llio
Law of lil!..
.Successor to Widows and Orphans Mntnal Aid Ho
clety, orani.eil July 4th, IS77, uuder
the laws of ltir-j.
JOHN' II. ItOMINSON.
W.M. 8TIIAT1' N
,1. A. (iOLliSTIN'li,...
O. W. DUN MM)
THOMAS LKWItJ ,
BOARD OF DIRECTORS fok 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stralton, Stratton A lllrd, i-ro-.ers, Cairo, 111.,
J. A. (toldstlnu, ofUoldstluu Kosenwater, whole
salo and retail (try goodjO. W. Dunning. M. 1).;
I're. Ud. Med. )-.x., for 1 enslons; Albert Lewis,
rninitilHHbiii morrhntil , .1 II W..l.i..a,.n
. , ; - ..-'"lll"OII, vumiir
JtulL'o an.t notary public; Wm. F. I'itcher, com.
Iiroker una In.urutico airent: 11, II. HmI.,1 .ii
street supervisor; Al, ITi.lhi s, carpenter and huild
nr; Thomas Lewis, atlornev a nil secretary ; K V
Pierce, atturney at-law, Duiinoin III. ; K. C. I'aci!
cashier of Centennial Banu, Ashley, III. ; Albert
lliiyden, cashier of (Jeorito Connelly A Co., Spring
Held, III . M .lliinn, attorney-at-law. Kid Ua.v
doliih street. Chtcaco: Hon. Itobt. i ituteh...
tortiey-at-law, I'harleston, Mo.; II. l.elKh'lon.
cashier Hrst Niitltmal Hank, htiiart, Iowa.
fr. 6 . viyi