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Puhllenur and Proprietor.
There were five in the little party that
arrived at Beverly one June afternoon
Judge- Farley, his son Lynn, Mr. and
Mrs. Verne, and Nella, their daughter,
Lvnn Farley's betrothed.
"Heverly was a pretty little place on
the coast, a favorite resort at ono time
for those who desired to spend their
summer In an easy, comfortable way,
without being bound and restrained by
social laws and formalities.
Everyouo was independent; they
spent their timo as they ehoso and dress
ed without regard to fu.sliion. It was
certainly the plane for one to enjoy
themsel ves, if comfort and case and in
dependence signify enjoyment.
This is delightful, exclaimed Nel
la, when they stood on the hotel piazza,
surveying the scene. -Ana vniu a
number of people for such a small
Llace. Only two hotels, aren't there,
"Yes, but they are very roomy," he
answered, "and there are many cot
tages.". Then, as his eyes wandered over the
moving throng on tho avenue below, lie
started and his face lit with a smile.
"Miss Mortimer,' father," he said.
"Do you see her?"
A handsomo woman in white, with
clusters of deep-red roses at waist and
throat, was passing, accompanied by a
trio of friends. Sue looked up with a
bright smile, her eyes, dark and spark
ling, rest . an instant on Nella's face,
and involuntarily tho latter flushed
slightly and averted her eyes.
Lynn turned to tier impulsively.
"I am glad Miss Mortimer is here,"
he said. "You will meet her now, Nel
la, and I know you will be good friends.
She is very pleasant."
"I do not rcmemlier having heard of
her before. Is she au old friend?"
Nella spoke carelessly but with a feel
ing akin to jealousy, roused by the
stranger's winning beauty uinl Lynn's
unusual interest and delight.
"An old friend? Well scarcely; we
met her last year at Mrs. Vetnor's. She
is a southern lad v. but is visum": ner
sister in the city; intends to remain un
til fall. I believe. Perhaps longer," ho
added, with a half-amused smilo that
Nella could not understand.
Judge Farlev shook his head depre
catingTy over Mrs. Verne's shoulder but
Lynn had already changed the subject,
ami responded by n mischievous glance
from liU durk-hliio eyes.
The windows of N'ellu's room at the
hotel faced the beach and wide prome
nade, and looking out a half hour later,
she saw Lynn strolling up and down, with
the handsome stranger, for " whottj' she
had already conceived ft strange dislike.
She mtn'uec that evening in the par
lor. , , The wnlto dress and'rosos had
been discarded, and a toilet of blark
grenadine with vivid scarlet trimmings
and ornaments of ctruscaa gold litup
her sonthern beauty. :- - " v
Her hair, dark and waving, was coil
ed low in tuo neck and ; secured ny a
jeweled arrow, a few stray curls fell
over the low; whita forehead, with its
arching, jettv brows beneath which
shone a pair of radiant eyes. . ' '
She greeted Nella with a winning
sraLJe, but there was no response.
Lynn was surprised at the girl s cold
"I do not like Miss Mortimer," she
said, in reply to his inquiries; "I am al
ways distrustful of those smooth suave
"You need not distrust her," be an
swered half indignantly, and she could
not but notice how ready he was in her
defense: "she is always as yon see her
now. I mean by that, she is not deceit
ful. Her manners may be cuavo ami
smooth but they are quite natural,"
Nella shrugged her shoulders and
turned away. With her usual pervers
ity, she determined then, that nothing
could ever place her on terms of friend
ship with Miss Mortimer, half ashamed
though she was of her suspicions.
Of one thing she was quite certain,
Miss Mortimer and Lynn might not have
been old friends, but they were appar
ently very intimate ones.
He never ipoko like that of a casual
acquaintance, and she did not bestow on
her other friends the familiarity and at
tentions he received.
Once, when they stood together near
the low, open window, Nella passing
outside, beard him call her Adelaide,
It was a pretty name, but she did not
likn bear it from his lips; she thought
it should t with hiru as with others
Lynn mot her in the hall early the
next morning, on her return from breakfast
"Shall we ride over to Brockporlthis
morning r oe asked.
"Yes, I will bo ready in a little
Half way up tho stairs ho called to
"Miss Mortimer is going with us. Tell
nor we win start in naif an hour.
Tho frown that would have darkened
Nella s face vanished at sight of the la-
ay nersuii on inn upper landing.
She wore a becoming costumo of
dark green, with wide hat. whose scar
let plumes drooped eomiuttishl v over her
ausKy iiair, ana carrea tier gloves and
"I m ready," she said to Nella. smil
Ing. "I'll keep Mr. Farley out of mis
chief until you rt'turn. It's a lovely
morning for a drive."
Then she joined Lynn in tho hall be
low, and the two went out on tho piaz-
judgo Farley went with them to the
station. He could not leave his busi
ness In tho city entirely, but promised
tn make flvinar trips to Beverly whenev
er he could spare the time. "
Miss Mortimer smiled regretfully at
parting and hoped he would not absent
himself long. ' ' " ' ,
"We'll be lonely without you," she
said; which remark Nella mentally pro
nounced an untruth, and frowned under
her wide hat brim.
The ride to JJrockport and back was
mud pleasantor than Nella had antici
pated,:,, Miss Mortimer was in her best
spirits, and uuconciouslv Nella found
herself enjoying the bright speeches and
She could not but admire the dark,
animated face, with its brilliant eyes
and 'pleasant smile, nnd wondered a lit
tle when, 1n the course of conversation,
Miss Mortimer spoke of her twenty-seventh
birthday, already passed. The
lady caught her look of curious sur
prise. "Did vou think I was vounger? she
asked. " "No, I am nine years your
senior, dear; twenty-seven last April,
Mr. Farley knows," with an arch smile
at Lynn; "ho gave mo a little present
then that is my constant companion."
And she displayed a gold pencil set
with pearl, and bearing tho inscription
"L. Y. to A. M."
Nella grew very quiet after that, nnd
spent her time in thought. Twenty
seven;' two years older than Lynn, but
then she looked much younger, and tho
face under the wide, drooping hat was
as fair and youthful as a girl s.
She 'wondored why Miss Mortimer
had shown her Lynn's" gift; it must be
cither through thoughtlessness or a de
sire to wound her, aud Lynn did not
seem displeased; he was growing re
gardless of her lecnngs, pernaps.
It was noon wnen iney arnveu ai mu
hotel. ' After dinner, Nella went to her
room and did not come down turatn un
til evening; but Lynn and Miss Mor
timer spent the afternoon together on
the beach and he did not even question
Nella was very unhappy during tho
days that followed. Lynn would have
been as attentive as ever, but she "ro-
pulsod bim, and Miss Mortimer was al
wavs ready to entertain him.
He wondered at the girl s strango
manner, which ho could not, and she
would not explain.' Gradually a cold
ness1; imperceptible to others yet felt by
botn, grew between tnem, and iney
drifted slowlv apart.
If Miss Mortimer noticed it and made
comment, it wjis nottoNella. It seemed
to the c-irl that she was taking the place
that Nella was leaving, aud Lynn was
almost unconscious of the change.
Judge Farlev came down to ucverly
once in awhile, and if she had not been
so wrapt in her now grief, Nella would
have seen things that were quite appar
ent to the ivsi'of the party.
Ono AuguRt day Nella received an
invitation to visit a friend several miles
distant. Glad to . leave the place that
was fast growing unendurable to her,
she jnadeliasty preparations and went
awav without a word to Lynn; but ho
found a little note lying on his room.
He read it and went at once to Mrs.
Verne 1 '
"Has Nella really gone?" ho ask
She looked at bim with nstonishod
Wong Tat on Wrestling. ;,
"Say, Wong, why ao tuo Americans
iike'to seo wrestling and fighting?"
"Oh, him heap .tlaid of him wifee.
Melicao volly fond stay out late. .Him
wifee get heap mad taka poka say
Me gives bim tit,' taka pitch ic wata
say; takeo off him shoe, stealee upstay
-say, i Me foolee olu woman.', AUee
same him wifeo open him , eye say,
Ha! who yoa be so latee? Wha time
you thinkeo him beb' Den Melican man
him sav, 'You betta leave me lone
me vellv bad man. Me see fightee allee
night Patsee Hogee Jack Halluee.
Me heap sabo Sullivan knockee you
out in a minit. Me sabe Muldoon
giveu you fall bleakee you neck. You
let up; mo velly tough man rnuchee
wosee man Sullivan. Den him wifee
liteu Melican poka.wetee him ice wata,
takee him wipee do tlo. Melican man
yellee 'Mudda! ti! ft! pleece! Nea day
tiewspapa say heap rnuchee divoso, allee
samo Jim Fay givee him wifee million
dalla an ketehoo nuddagallee." San
Obolr.e medium ..
Tucrbdat Evening, July 12th, 1883.
The weather is hot and sultry again and
to-day closed with an old-fashioned thun-
ler storm a great deal of lightning and
noise but not much water.
Tho market continues in sympathy with
other.markets, about aa dull as it could
well be and do any business at all.
FLOUR If any change it is for the
worse. Stocks are large ana uie moYeuium
light. The market may be truthfully
quoted, dull, weak and lower.
HAY We note a little demand for
strictly gilt edge, sll other kinds are nog-
CO UN The demand is small and market
OATS-Plentv and dull. The demand
is very small.
MEAL Choice city is in fair demand
and good supply.
BRAN The supdIv is fair and demand
BUTTER-Choice fresh receipts find
ready sale. A large quantity of old stock
lisngs on the market and cannot be worked
EGGS Receipts are liberal and market
dull at 8 to 10 cents.
CHICKENS There is a fair deman
for choice young chickens at quotations.
FRUIT Small fruits are out of the
market. Blackberries are plenty and sold
Uv mnnrrv ncnnlfl nn the streets. Shin
ments will not pny expressage.
ft? ales and Quotations.
NOTK. Tna prlcei nere invenarefur selee from
Bret hands In round lota. . An advance f
charged or broken lotun nillnaotders.
xes; nut is it possmie inai you
know nothing about it? I thought
she had talked tho matter ovor with
- . ... ,, , j .i
'l Knew noiuing, ne sain, anu gave-
her the note. ,
"Lynn," alio road; "I ahall not stand ootween
you and your hmiplnoss any lonnor. When we
moot airaln, it will be aa itrHnjrors. MIm Mor
timor will tie triad to hear that I have left Iluv
rrly, ami 1 hope that you will be hnpny w'tD
her. I ahall not return. NELLA."
Mrs. Verne looked perplexed and thon
"Foolish girl," she said, with a glance
at Lynn's mystified countenance. "She
is jealous of Miss Mortimer. Don't you
Bee, Lynn; she has set you free, and
you are at liberty now to pay that lady
as much attention as you like. Is it
possiblo. she didn't understand?"
Gradually Lynn's face cleared, as
the truth dawned upon his mind.
"What shall I dor' he asked, when
they had talked awhilo together.
"Write to Nella and explain," she re
plied. r'She is visiting Miss Grayson,
at Campion." : "
So H happened that three days after
her arrival at Caiupton, Nella was on
her way back to Huverly. This is what
urged her speedy return:
"l)ear, foolish little NdIIh: Ik'turn at once
to Hevorly. Father ll jrolnir to marry Mlna
MorllriKT, and you muxt offer your onnin'ut li
bit lon. . Vou did notawm to rt'irnrd her with
f avor aa H friend, hut how will you like hvr
for a mother-in-law? Ever your own.
They are married now, Lynn and Nel-
a, and her dearest friend is the judge's
beautiful, young wife.
but then she is Mrs. iarley, now.
I'm quite certain they would still have
been enemies, had she remained as sho
was when Nella first mot her at Beverly,
Miss Adelaide Mortimer.
Mm hhla varlona grades
Jim Mile extra fancy
li bhl fsmilv -
1IJ0 bb'i choice
2 onrn choice amall halea.
'i cara H'ltuH0 uuall hale....
....... &OS1 oo
U 0U!2 no
l i 00
1 car white in balk...,
& cara mixed Id bulk.
. . . . . .MM
Pry runt caoica...,
Hheip l'i Ita, ureen.,
Tho grape crop oi a. Sneer's vineyards In
New Jersey last year was double that of
any previous year. Ui vineyards in New
Jersey have so increased each year that ho
nag oeeo ens Died to keep a stock five or six
years ahead. None of bis Port is sold Icbs
than four years old. It has become a popu-
ar winu anionic the best uliveic ans in New
York, and is largely used lor commutiiou
purposes and for weak and aged persons.
For bhIo by Paul G. Schuh, druggist.
Woke Given Out. On recemt of "vour
address we will mske an offer by which
you can earn 13 to 7 eveninis. at vour
homo. Men, Women, Hoys or Girls can do
it. H.C. Wilkinson fe (Vi IAS anrl 17
Fultou Street, New York.
fonmon I.uga ma :
Good luija 4(KKaW
) LBaf. Yixta "V
Mtdlam Leaf 1 7 (0
Gt W)ar I 'V
KATltS OK FUSIGUT.
Kb H (bit,. .. . ..,
Way below Memphia, 17,
i . 171-'
I have been atllicted for twentir vearH.
during the months of August and Heptem-
oer, witu nay n-ver, and have tried vari
ous remedies without relief. I whs induced
to try Ely's Cream Balm: have used it with
favorable results, and can confidently rec
ommend it to b 11 similarly afflicted. Rob
ert w. lownley, (ex-Mayor) Elizabeth,
bEK a womau in another column near
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Spier's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, lor tho use of invalids, weakly
persons and tlio aged. Sold by druggists.
2 cara in bulk..
W U K AT.
No. i Mitdltcrauean.
vm hhla Cltv la lota.
..3 65I&2 70
150 aacka 6'W
20) pounfli choice Northern.
5oo ponnds choice Northern dairy. .
2u (J pounda Uoutburn Ilia, fresh....
6 conpa heni
8 cooin youtiKchltkona..
6 coops choke young chickens
I I .
.3 008 W
.. 8 60
100 bourn applea...,
It Makes a Difference in Husbands.
It' look the ladies of the Michigan
Women's Christian Temperance Union
a little while to get acquainted, but
when the acquaintance was once formed
it ripened fast.
"How do you give your namei!" ask
ed ono lady or another, as they remoV'
ed their wraps at tho door one morn
"I have usually written it Mrs. James
i . Jones. "
"Did your mother namo you 'James
T. ?" Inquired tho first speaker, with
considerable emphasis. " will never
call myself by mu husband's name."
"Nor I." Nor I," Nor 1," came from
a number of bystanders.
The little woman appeared surprised
to find herself so largely in tho minority,
oui sno nnauy loumi breath and cour
age to say:
ferenoe what kind of a
And then tho president runz to order.
the knot of ladies dispersed, and thero
was a sort of a look upon tholr faces as
if tho little woman had coino out ahead.
There soemi to be no call for an exM
bltlon of grief at a circus. Yet the au
dience is always in tiers.
" oil, I suppose it does make a dif-
i man tho husband
Nuw potatoe pur biuh.,
lt'W poiaioM. per mu..
.4 0i45 (0
B. O. IIhuik ...
l;Umr etilcn, . ,
5 bnahel "
... I (ft
CUEAP F.XCCK8ION RATES EVEItT DAT l)CIt -
ING THE HUM ME II TO SANTA KB, NEW
Santa Fe, New Mexico, is the oldest city
ill the United Stutes. It has reached the
end of its first third of a thousand years-
its tertiu-ruilleiual period. 1 ho 1 ertio-Mil-
nnial Celebration and Mining and indus
trial Exposition, which ill be inaugurated
here ou the 2d ot July und close 011 tiro dd
of August, will be an event of great histo
rical as well as practical importance to the
country at large. It is intended to com
memorate tho three hundred and thirty
third auniversary uf the Spanish settlement
of the place.
Which will constitute the practical part of
thu celebration, will bo an enituuie of the
mineral, agricultural, horticultural, stuck
and ireueral industrial resources and capa
bilities ot the Territory, ihose, tnereiore,
who are interested in either mining, a';ri
culture or stock-raining will have a good op
portumty to visit Nw Mexico thib season,
us tbo low fare will be a great inducement
to make the trip. The development of the
mints of this vast region has but begun,
vet iu the past year tho proportionate in
crenso in the output of ore was greater than
in any other Btatooi Territory. New Mi x
ico's showing at the mining expot-ition held
at Denver last season showed, more clearly
than anything else, the vastnees ot its min
It has been the general belief heretofore
that agriculture in New Mexico would not
nav. This is an unfortunate error. At tin.
exposition will be seen camples of all sorts
of fruits and field products which vie with
those of prolific Kansas. With irrigation
tho sod ot the territory can tie made to
yield . immensely, and there is no pursuit
more remunerative than that of tanning
Agricultural products, of all kinds, bring
high prices upon a ready market, always
accessible in tho growing mining towns,
and tho cost of raising is comparatively
email.' As a cattle and sheep country, too,
New Mexico cannot bo surpassed. Her
valleys and mesas afford fine grazing
irrounds for countless herds. As thu celc
brat ion at Hants Fe will bo the means of
drawmg a larger number of people iuto the
Territory than usual, owing to. the cheap
fare, an opportunity will be offered those
who may bo interested in stock-raising
to investigate. .
1 TIIR CELKI1KATION.
Besides tlio practical, the Tertio-Millenial
will embrace many features the most uovel
and romantic, ror instance, three days
tho lath, 10th, and 20ih of July will be
devoted to t lie presentation of historic
scenes. These will represent tho period
which has transpired since the settlement
of tho city, each day to represent a century
of hlBtory and progress. I he three civ:li
zations will also be represented that
which existed at tho time of tho coming of
tho conquerors, that which tho Spaniards
brouL'ht with them and that which followed
the American occupation of 1840. These
representations will be illustrated by caval
cades in costume, indicative of tho several
uiHtinctivo expeditions into New Mexico
and tlio surrounding territory. There will
also bo numerous tableaux, the whole com
bining to mskc ono of the mobt novel and
interesting exhibitions ever witnessed in
this country, Thero will, in addition, be
various Indian games, races and dances by
the ruub os. descendants of the ancient in
habitants of tho Territory: ambuscades and
sham fights by the Zunis, with exhibitions
of their peculiar rites and ceremonies, one
of which will bo a primitive dance repre
senting the gods and heroes ot their lolk
ore mythology; tiativo Mexican games
dances aud juggling; original Aztec dances,
in which both Mexicans and Indians win
take part; various Mexican sports and the
grand fandango; war and other peculiar
dances by the Bicscalero ami
Jirarilla Apaches; exhibitions by Mexican
vacqueros in throwing tlio lariat;
mounted tournament, in cos
tunics of three centuries ago
the San Domingo and Sandia feasts, and
other peculiar and interesting ceremonies
which would tako much space and time to
KOUNOTllU' f 10.
The rate for tho round trip from Kansas
City and Atchison, Including stop-olf hot h
wavs at the Las Vetraa Hot Borings, is muy
40, while tho laro from all eastern points
is comparatively low. Tho Las Vegas Hot
Springs aro among tlio most celebrated in
the world, and a cool and comlottablu re
sort for tho hot season. Thero is every lu
ducement to go to New Mexico this sum
titer and it will bo taken advantage of by
thousands who will Improve tins opportun
it y to study, under tho bt possible con
ditions, tho resources of the Territory and
investments, and also to enjoy for tho time
the most quaint and romatiu spot In all our
country. It is an opportunity to seu thu
Southwest the coming country which
ought not to be lost by any who have any
ambition to avail themselves of the un
equalled advantages thero offered for on-
uaainir In rnlnina. agriculture, iruit grow
inc. stock raising, or merchandise. These
low rate tickets over tho Atehlsoti, Topeka
& Santa Fu road aro now on salo at Cairo
and all principal tickot ofllces, good to re
turn till August 81st. (137-134
To Tho West.
There aro a number ot routes loading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
aud reliable route is via Saint Louii and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from tho Grand Union
Depot, haiut Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
tii'CKt make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengi rs
tor Kansas, Colorado, ew Mexico and Cal
rnia r.3f.t with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains tor Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties enroute to the
West aud Northwest, hot only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustruted maps, pamphlets, Ac, of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. 11. KlSSAS, F. CnANOI.KK,
Ass't UenT Pas. Agent. Oen'l Pus? A'reot.
Trnuto Her Trust.
Too much cannot bo said of tLoeur
faithful wife and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, never tin,'
luctinga single duty in their benall. hen
they are availed by disease, and the sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Hitters are the only
sme remedy. They are the best ami purest
medicine in the world ami only cost titty
cents. Sold by Ilaiclay lJp's. (4)
Chas. Heismr, Kast St. Louis, says:
"Ilrown's Iron liitters thoroughly cured me
Hv virtue of an ecutlon l-eucd out of the
rk-rk'a otBcoof tne circuit ciu't of Alexander coun
ty and rnlu of lllinini, nnd to me dlmcti d, where-
hT 1 am rommitiidfa to nutkii tne amount or a c r-
tam Judu'iifiit recently otiuini'd aiiaiimi Walter 8.
I. under aud namm l Lander .11 favor 01 Heiijsmm
K. Turtle out of the landx, trn'inenit, irooda and
cha telsol (he aid Walter S. Lander aud Sumuel
Lander, . I have levied on the follow-
iuir dee. nlied prope-tv, town: All of
avrtlou eleven (II), in luwnnhlp aiateen
(hi) aud In raiiito two c), went of the Aril in
clpal mi-rldlKn. null! lurid ik IvIiik aud b-lii ic slttia
led 111 me county w Aieiaiiucrunaataie 01 milium.
I lieroiore, acoorulnu to titlu command, 1 Until
('Hone for rain at iuMIc unci Ion, all ll:e rlejit,
title and Intermit of thu shove named Walter H.
Lander ani Smniiel bander. In and to the above
dclli'd property, at ;1 i.'clock a. m , on Krlday
itinMtn ray or A'lKUNt, ih.i, at 110 "encriy uoor
of thu court h'iue. In city ol Cairo,
Dated at Cairo, II, thu 1-th day of July, 1SKJ.
, blienfl Alexander County.
HE RIFF'S BALE.
By virtue of an eie.-mlon Imnod out of the
clork'i office of Hid clicult c urty'f Alexander coun
ty and Htate of Illtiiole, and to nie directed, where
by I mi commanded to tnnku the amount of a cer
tain Itidiiinent recently olitiiim-d aatnat Walter 8
l ander in favor of Huiil.imln F turtle nnt of tne
IhiiiIh, tvuemenla, ito'idn and chattel of the anld
Walter h, Lauder. I have lnvlvil on llie roiiowinii
diiecrlbod iiroi erty.to wlt: All of cecMon e'even
(ll).ln tuwnchlp nxlcen (Id) and In range o (;),
weftof thulird principal merdtan, cotilalninK 040
acrea, the above denerl ned lent la lying and beiuir
eltnat'dlntuu county of Al-xandur and atato of
Therefore, according to aald comma'in, 1 anikii
expose for le at public a iction, all the rlht,
title and Interest nr trie aiiove namen waiter o.
Lander, In and to the above doeorlbed property,
at II o'clock a, m., on Frhluy thesth day of AuKtmt,
lss.1. at the wunturly door of the court tiouae. In
cltv of Cairo, Ilia.
Dated at Cairo, 111 , tun r.'tn nay or.nny. ii:5.
Sheriff Alexander County.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
. 1 . .
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line KurminK
Making Direct Connection
I'hains Liivi Caiuo:
3:Oft u rn. Muil.
ArrivltiKln St. Louii i 45 a.m. : Clilca;0,S:Sfu.m. :
Conueciins r.t Odin and bfunirtiaru for Cincin
nati, Lomavllle, ludlanupolit nnd polma Kaet.
11:1 t t.iri. Ht. liOiiiii mill Wtatrn
arrivln! in ht. Loula ?:05 p. tu., and couuecilnn
for all points Weal.
"J:f5U p.m. KuKt Kxpreaa. 1
Firtit. Louie and l lucaito, airlviUK al til. Louie
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7 :& a m
M;60 p in. ClnoinriHt l Kxpreaa,
Arriving at Cincinnati ?:IU a.m.; Louiavllla 8:.' 5
a m.; ludianuiolia 4;i a.m. I'aineneri Ly
Il ia train reach Urn above point LXi to 30
UOL Kb In advance ol any olLcr route.
ffmeX-.W p. m. expreM baa i'l'LLM A
M.kKl'IMiC'AK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
cUntfef, and throUKh .leepera to ht l.onla and
Fust Time Kast..
PilPlltrfil'W 1'1 '"' (fo'broiiBU to Ent.
1 ii.-j.-jvii,! in en, iintB without ny delay
canned by Hundav IntcrVL-ulu;. 'llie halmday after
niiiin train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
norniun .1 i::. ThlrtT-aix. boura In advanceof
Iiv other route, .
llfFor throtik'h tlrketf and further information,
tpply at Illinois Central Kalirnad Depot, Cairo.
J. II. JON EM, Ticket Agent.
1. H. HANSON, (ieii. i asa. Agent. Cblcaco
It. H. mill CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENT HAL It. K.
Tra.ca Depart. Tralna Arrive.
MniU.... it-M a m
tAccom II :10 a m .
1 Express- .1 tu p.m.
.4:15 p 111.
c. ht. L & S. o. it. 11. (Jackson route).
Mall 4:4')a.m. ItWall 4:3up.m.
tKxprcs 10 Wa rn. I K. press ... lUjUa m.
lAccom :i:.Vi p m.
8T. L. s c. u. it. (Narrow-Kuee).
Hv virltio af an execntlon Issued out of the
clerk's office ol the circuit citirt of Alexander coun
tyaud atateol Illinola, and to uie directed, -vhero-
by I am commanded tu Dinko the amount or arer
talnJud(rmont recently obtained against B F. Wll
bourn and William Warmer in favor of Fredollne
llroes, plantllT, before Ono. K. Olmsted, Esq., a
police tiiHulslrntii, In and for the city of Cairo, a
transcript ol which hae been duly filed In the aald
clerk's office aa required hv law out of the land,
tuii"innnt, Roniln nml chiil'oi, or in. in lli'lll.
F. Wlibouru and William waironer. 1 nave ibviuu
on the followliiR deacrlbi-d property, to-wlt: Ino
eoutlica-l of the southwest quarter of auc
tion Ueiity two (), and aiao tnu wnsi aiuuoi me
liorlliwi'sl. ol tho northeast quarter and toe north
onatof the uorlhwest quartur of eecllon twenty
seven (27). All the above lunda are situated and
l)ini( In townsulp flfteun (15) aud In ran so two (I),
west or aid I n., in con in y 01 niuiauuer ami
Therefore, according to aald command, I shall
Hum fur sain Ht niih lr. auction, all thu r:sht. title
and interest of thu abovo named William Wauonar,
in nnd to the above described property, at 11
o'clock a. m ,011 Friday the Dtu of August, im, at
llie westerly door 01 tne court nimsu, 111 1. aim, 111
Datuil at catru, 111., tint rtn any oi.nny. isg.i.
Sheriff Alexander County.
Hv virtue of an execution Issued out of the
cler' officii of the circuit court of Alexander
t on my and statu of Illinois, aud to mu dlree.u d,
Wllerehy 1 am commnmieu w mitiku vim mu. 1 m
a I'lir lillll llinirnieni rnCPnur uimiiuiuvi nniiiKi 1, 1 1
Wllbiiurn and William Waitoner tu favor of thu
Ali.tuml.ir (limiitv Hank, iiltiutlfl', lieforu dun. K.
Olmsted, Ksq , a police ma tlstrute In and for lb
City ot l Hlro, a iranseriM ,11 tciiiuii iirs immtii uiuy
llletl lu llio said Ctura a oine.a as ruqnimu nv law, 1
hsvti levied ou th fullowlnu described propel ty,
t .1. u. I '1'hn aimllieast of the aoillhwesl oilartur ol
of aei'tlon twenty-two (U), and also the west side
ar thu nonnwesioi inn nurm.mi qiinruir ana inn
linrilioast of the northwet quarter of tuctlon
iwiinn. seven (1.1. All the above lamia are alma-
led snd lying In township ll linen (Id) and In rmiRu
t wii Oil. wesiorarn i m.,iu tau couutyot aiux
andnr and st ill u of Illinois.
Therefore, according to aald command, I ahall
expose for sale at public auoilon, all the right, title
and Interest nfth i above named Wllllnin Wagoner
In ami to Hi abnvu described property, at II
o'clock a. m.. on Friday tlm III It day of August
1HK, at the winterly door of the court bouse, In
blierILT Alexander County.
Expr-ss 8:00a m.
Kt AMail... Ii:le rn
Aecom i: Hp m
fcT. L. A
Express 10:3(1 p. in
W., KT. I.,
Mall A Ex..
:4A a m ,
MOHILE A oil 10 K
,.5:V.a m. I Mall.
I fcx. Mall.
I. M It. II.
a 1-. h. it.
Mall i Ex.
Dally except Sunday, t Dully.
. 9.30p m.
TIM K f.AHU
I. C K. K. (through lock mail)
Iron Mountain H. It
Wabash R . K
Texas & 81. Louis It. K
Kt. I.mii ACVIro K. It
Miss l.lver arrives i j . hat .
departs Wed., t rl.
& a. m.
..fi p. m.
..in p. m.
.7 p. m.
5 p. m.
S p. m .
9 p. m.
6 a. m.
4 p. m.
P O. gen. del. op n from 7:ai) am to7:30 pm
P.O. box del. o.eu fron 6a.m. to 9 p. in.
hnnda) gen. del. open from. ...8 a. m. to 10a.m.
Sundaa but del. open from....H a. m. to 10:S0 am
tWN'OTB. Change will be pullisbud from
time to time in city papers. ( hant-e vnnr cards ac
cordlngly. VM. M- MUKl'UY. F. M.
PORT ftUAPE WINE
ai 2 Lf.T vy: r
Spker's Port GrE Wine !
FOUR YEAIiS OLD.
fpiIIS CELKHltATKI) NATIVE WINE Is mad.
A from tho Julco of the Oporto Urape, raised la
tbli country. It Invaluablo tonic and strength
ening propcrtlcH are unsurpassed hv any other
Native wino. Hnlng tbe pnro juicu or tne urape,
produced under Mr. H peer's own personal sttpurvl
aiou, It purity and genulni nena, are guaranteed.
Th'i vounest child inn y partake of Its generou
qualities, and tbe weakest invalid use It to advan
tage It la particularly beneficial to tho aged and
debilitated, and suited lu the various ailments that
affect the weaker sex It Is In every respect A
WINK TO BE KEl.tEl) ON.
Spcer's P. J. Sherry
The P. J. BHKItKY 1 a wlno of Superior Char
acter and partake of the rich nual itie of th firapa
from which It I made For l'urlty, Itlchne, Fla
voi and Medicinal I'ropertie. li will be found un
Sneer's P. J. Brandy.
Thl RllANDV stands unrivaled In thl Cimntry
being far anpnrlor for medicinal piiriiosn. H
piirodltlllatlon from tho grape, and '-nn''" '
lmt,l....u(iiciiiproperlle. It ha a delicate na
or. similar to tmu.f lha grapes, from which 1 1
rilatllled. and lain great favor among nr't-clas
famllle. Hee that thu signature of ALFRED
Hl'KKK, TassaU, 14 . J I over the cork of each
Wold Uv PAUL. SCHUH
AN O BY DKDOHlSTa KVKRYWHKRK.
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learn what I said of thl hook, and what other
re doing. W. H. TUOMPHON, Publisher, 401
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