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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 2V;, 1881.
THE DAILY" BULLETIN.
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Hivar.-'WIcel 7 iurlif, hVe I Inch.
erg'i Hlnnal Conn, U. H. A.
Hating hceli olirilrfl try tny friend and !' a
Kr.ailiu ruber of clli.cu who hao herctolorc been
iiiiioiuiI lo nut. 'o HKHin become a i iiiiiliiUlu fur
in nuyuraltyof the rily of Cairo, I hereby an
iiiiiiiii o niYM If fur tlili position, plriluiiu: to the
Voters Af Cairo lo do a heretofore, i t to shirk
Hit duly In Hi'' hour of peril, and asMire them llmt
aiinvHMiiiiNiliNll I"' in Hi" iiiierct of Cairo and
tier ciiUcii". I num. ii yii .Vl''V'' !''' -. .....
I'lIVi AND rilufilOS. KIMiEAl) TUB
Cuno. March 17'h. lsl.
T tin- voter f llnTiiy ni Cairo :
A t trie request of mnny citl.etis the undersigned
oners lilt orvici in ilio indepetnluut voters of
t airo t candidate f-r tin- office of mayor. The
city require mini ol oonmcrciiil experience,
Jus't a' this time, when we r) so llxeil i.y uiil"n
mid for. lu'ii inierl'.Tiuce in oar buine nianiiL"!
ment on mi g'eu Atte'ri'-nn continent, anil In the
nam" ol WIiIiIk'I "" .li ll'TKMii, a .n Jackson, and
In ui ii mi ol tin: iir.'at I nm . lircenlimk I .nli r
I'urlv. fur Iriilli, jnmicii anil equ.il lights. nl I
Stand. Vox p I'll vox Del,
Iir . H (LVtlKE.
All persons re urgently lequestod to
thoroughly clean up their premises in vh'w
of tin) approaching warm weather. All
rubbish, cans, hoops, etc., may be deposited
iu pile in the streets for the next ten days
anil will be removed by teams, employed
bv the city. N. H- Thisti.kwood,
Ilrivin made extensive improvements in
the Planter's House and being now
thoroughly prepared to accommodate any
number ot day boarders, we would respect
fully solicit ii share of Cairo's patronage iu
this line. Our accommodations are etjuiil
in every respect to those ot uny hotel in
the state and. as to rates, we me ready to
compete with any one in the city.
HOTTO & UA7.0I.A.
At ill earnest solicitation of many ( ltlz"ii- Irre
upcrilve nf color or liiii -. I have coiist-uo-it in
become a candidate lor theolllcc of City Clerk,
ml respectfully the active and will me, cupiiort
ot ali whvam lavornhh1 to my landldm y
.INO. .1. I1IRD.
Cairo. Mairh l"ih, ls-l .
Having heou Kolicitcd liy amtmliur of my frlii da
all over the rity lo beconn a caiulidale for cit cleik
in the romlns citv elect ion. I lierehy. In conipli
nee with the withe lain enire'tvd. mnioiiac
tnvaeif ata raudidate fur tint otlice. and hope that
all tuy friend will rWnl hv u.e.
We aro a thorlzid to announce Mr JOHN
w. Wl LKKIISON a a caclidate for City Cle k Iu
1ti; Alrll election.
We are aiitliorir.ed to unnniire Mr. I.r.ANDKH
AXLEY a landMatc for City Clerk 'n the elec
tion to hv held next month
The most iiopular and elegant tonsoial
estiiblishincnt in the citv is that of Win.
Albn, near the comer of Siuh street and
Commercial avenue. The nmst complete
outfit can be l'miml there, and none but the
best artists in that line of industry are cm
ployed there. Persons wishing a first class
hair-cut, shave or sh.impoon should call at
the parlor of Win. Alia.
ThebuildinL' of new and cleanin-' out
and repairing old cisterns a speciality
Orders by postal piomptly attended to.
J. S. Hawkix.
A car load or choicn Michigan Apples
jusr received and for sale by O. M. Ai.dkx,
"(J Ohio Ivee.
JOK l'OLICt MAijlSTIIATE.
I'leaae announce mc a a candidnto for re-election
to the oltlce of l'ollfc Mauiairnte at the entuiuj
city electi on. l;ctiectf,illy.
t;tu k. oi.mmted.
We are authorized to announce Mr. AI.KKEI)
COM INtiS a a candidate for the ofllrc of I'olice
Miii;ltraie for Hie city of Cairo at the coming city
JOK CITY THEASI KEK.
ice or i
Indepenilrut candidiite for the otlice
urer at the eunuiUi; cllr election .
THOMAS J. KEKTII.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
. Notice in tliic column, nvn centa per line,
I nertion. I'or one inoiith. 5U ceute per Hue.
Closing Out, Hunts ami Shoes.
Having a very largo stock of winter
goods on hand consisting of dents , Ladi"s
and Childruns' sewed and pegged Hoots aw!
hhoes, I have determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
.make room lor an iniinense stock of spring
goods which will heirin j arrive soon. Jf
in want of anything in my line I would ad
vise you to call on ine before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
gains. 1 invite all to call and see for
themselves. C. Kuril.
No. !K) Commercial avenue between Fifth
nd Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Mrs. Samuel Fisher has received a fresh
stock of new family groceries, including n
supply of tine pickled salmon new and
nice. Try them. Store on Washington
avenue, between Ninth & Tenth street.
Madame and Prof. Floyd have increased
their facilities for the accommodation of
their increased patronage, by having se
cured another large room adjoining their
school on Walnut, between Twelfth aud
Thirteenth streets. Day school, 9 a. m.
Ladies' class at 3, and night school at 7 p.
in. Teinis low. but invariably in advance.
Moi'NTKD varnished, and paper maps of
Cairo for sale, at TnK Hlixetix office.
The best of corned beef in any quantity
desired can be had "at Fred Keohler's sam
ple shop on Eighth street, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best quality
also always on hand. Call upon Fred if
you want good meats.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In the colitinna, ten etui per Hue,
each Insertion. Marked
Oysters! Fish! (iainc!
Fresh oyster, tine and fit, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! Hulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore,
oysters received in cans, direct from the
packers, by even express. Fish of all
kinds CoiiMitntly on hand and always fresh.
The "Bed Snapper,'' the king among fish
and the delight of epicures, fr'-sh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
for oysters and fish, corner Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. BoiiKitT Hbwitt, Ag't.
Try It! Try It!
Use the Pantagraph Hinder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by TiikCaiho Bim.i.ktin
for putting up Li tter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
Use. TiikCaiko Hn.i.KTix scratch books,
for sale at the oltice, K'(K) leaves to tin:
All persons, owing taxes on real estate or
personal property, will take notice that I
will be found in my office from 8 o'clock
a. m. to 5 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of
receiving the same. There is money saved
by paying taxes at once. Call and see.
Sheriff and Collector.
Caiiio, III., March!!, 1S81.
A good stock of paper, expressly for
Hektograph use, for sale at Tun Bci.i.ktin
Huckleii's ArnicM Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsi-rs, salt rheum, fever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salvo is
guaranteed Vi give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale try Oko. E. O'Haka
-Fresh oysters at A. T. DeHaun's, r,r,
Mr. J. Stebzer, the Eighth street
jeweler and florist, has commenced the
building of a new green house on his prem
ises up town.
Check books, nceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at Tun Bcu.etin office.
To those who care to know, even at
this late day, we will say that the net pro
ceeds from the lecture ot Father Eckles, at
St. Patrick's church on St. Patrick's eve',
was about fifty dollars.
To make room for tny large Spring
Stock, I otfer 500 pairs custom made
Misses' and Children's Shoes at co.-t. .
We were yesterday reliably informed
that Mr. Ijeo. Kleb will soon commence the
erection of another brick residence on Sixth
Fresh oysters at A. T. DcHittin's, 50
--The Ohio river was thirty-nine rind
five-tenths feet above low water mark yes
terday, and hence the ferryboat Three
States runs to Fort Jefferson again every
The little four-year-old child of Mr.
W. H. Bodden, the Eighth street sewing
machine agent, died night before last, of
brain fever. The funeral will probably
take place to-day.
Something new in the way of a min
strel company's street parade was that
made by the Arlington minstrels yesterday.
The police, eiephant, etc., were the mam
attractions for the boys.
The quartette, composed of four of
Cairo's young gentlemen, spoken of in yes
terday's issue of The Bu.i.ktin, will sing
in the Methodist church on Monday even
iug, not Sunday evening, as wan stated.
The vinegar manufacturing firm of
Woodfolk, Friedman & Co., of paducah,
Ky., has been dissolved, Mr. Joseph L.
Friedman being now sole proprietor. The
business will be carried on under the sumo
style of firm, however.
Fresh oysters nt A. T. DeHaun's 50
-There will be no public services in the
Presbyterian church to-day, iu the morning
and at night, as has been the case so lar
through this week; but the afternoon ser-
uice.at half-past four o'clock, will be held
as usual and everybody is cordially invited
to attend it.
Next wrrk City Engineer Tlirupp will
Pt men to work on Sixth street, between
Ohio levee m Commercial avenue, to re
pair it thoroughly, frnno of the new gravel
will be used t raimj tho crown of tho
street several inches, norh.ms. and to llll tin
all tho ruts; this will render tho street
equal to Commercial avenue, which is in a
splendid condition, between Sixth and
A Home Building and Loan Associa
tion has been organized in Freeport, Ills.
Thirty-seven thousand dollars of the stock
has already been taken up. The euterpri.se
is similiar to the one now in full operation
here, and is a decided success.
The track of tho Cairo & Vincennes
railroad, between Tenth and Fourteenth
streets, needs some attention from the com
pany. It is not passable to vehicles at
many places along here, as it should be. A
car load of gravel and a few hours of work
will correct the evil.
A new iron frame- for a wharf-boat
stage arrived here a few days ago, which
was being put together yesterday, and is to
take the place of tho lower center stage of
the Ilalliday it Phillips wharf-boat, which
is considerably worn. Iron stages will be
substituted lot the remaining wooden ones
as fast as they wear out.
Mr. F. M. Ward, the ice man, will
have an ice stand on the south sideof Eghth
street, between the avenues, soon. His
office will be between the stands of Louis
ICoehler and Wm. Winter; jr., where h
intends to erect a small houso for oflice
purposes and use a large frame buildiny,
now there, fur an ice house.
An amicable adjustment of
the misunderstanding between the
Springfield rolling mill company and its
hands is likery to bo readied to-day. A
committee representing the company and
the strikers had a meeting and decided to
leave the settlement to a board of arbitra
tion consisting of two men selected by and
from each party.
The Arlington Minstrels held forth at
the Atheneum last night to a good
audience. They were fortunate in getting
as good a bouse as they did, tor the weather
was very disagreeable and there were other
means of amusement and entertainment in
the city. The performance was good fully
up to the best standard, and therefore gave
Mr. James Powers, the drayman, i.-.
having a large addition built to the house
on the corner of Tenth and Poplar streets.
The old building is now a story and a half,
but will be raised to two full rftori.'s and
the addition is also to be two stories. The
house will probably be used for business
purposes when finished. Mr. II. C. John
son is doing the work.
Messrs. Barclay Hro.'s have secured
the services of Mr. J. M. Andrews, of Cleve
land, Ohio, as assistant in their Washington
avenue drug store. Mr. A. is a graduate of
pharmacy and a practical druggist of lar;
experience. Professionally and socially we
welcome him to Cairo, and congratulate
his employers and the community upon so
desirable an acquisition.
Messrs. White it (irei r are havim?
the front of their dry goods store on the
corner ot Seventh street and Commercial
avenue newly painted. The firm
name will appear in new and
bright letters over the door and
other improvements in the external appear
ance will lie made. Mr. Oreer is now ea.t,
purchasing a large stock of goods.
Mr. Fred Whitcanip has been engaged
for some weeks with his teams in tilling
some of the lots in the city with the enrth
taken from the lots where Messrs. .Swoboda
& Schultze are preparing to build their
new store. A large cellar is being dug
there and tin; earth coming out of it is
being iied by Mr. Whitcainp for the pur
pose mentioned. He was filling the lots of
Messrs. Kohler and Slier yesterday.
Many of our citizens are responding
promptly to the requests of Mayor Thistle
wood to clean up their premises. Piles of
rubbish may be seen in various parts of the
city, which, had it remained undisturbed
near the habitations of our citizens, must
have emited some very injurious gases un
der the influence of the hot sun that is now
soon to be felt here. A cart or dray was
also busy yesterday, removing the rubbish
from the streets.
--The large steam saw mill boat ol Mr.
J. d. Bernard, of the firm ot Berime A'
Bernard, arrived yesterday and is moored
opposite the firm's machine shops. It is
the largest institution of its kind in this
part of the country, being of one hundred
tons burthen. She is not quite ready for
work, but Mr. Bernard brought n number
of workmen down on her who will finish
her at this port. A pair of largo new
boilers and other machinery ate to he put
on her, which will be constructed at the
shops lu re. The new foundry is now to be
jmshed to completion, the work to begin
The scraper whs yesterday at work on
Fourteenth street, between Washington
avenue ami Walnut street. This stretch of
street is very much used by teams of every
liiscriptnn, which makes it important that
it should be kept in good condition. This
is also tho reason why it is more out of re
pair than many other streets in the city,
and would therefore demand more atten
tion from tho street committee than it gen
erally receives. The uso of tho scraper
is not sufficient to put it in tho condition
that it ought to be in. Several men with
shovels and perhaps a load or two of earth
will be required to make it what it should
Mr. Louis Lohr will take a position as
clerk in the mail department of tho Cairo
postoflico on tho first of tho coming month.
This increase of force is found necessary
bccatiHt) ot tho great increase iu the postal
business of tho city. Within tho last two
years thu work in our postolllcu has nearly
doubled. This Is dun partly to the Incronso
in our population and partly to the change
in the arrival aud departure of mails. Tho
latter cause is, perhaps, tho most importaut
one. Iustend of arriving only once or
twice each day, they now come at three
and four different times, from different di
rections, which causes people to cull at
the oflice that much nttener
and naturally increases the work ot distrib
uting them. It will be but a lew years
longer now before Cairo will bo entitled to
mail carriers, which will bo a relief to
both the postolllcy officials and tho people.
Missouri is no longer a "GretnaOreen"
fur minors from other states, who desire to
leave the state of "single wretchedness"
without the consent of their parents. Tho
marriage license law has been passed by
both houses of the legislature, and provides
that no license shall issue authorizing tho
marriage of a male under 21 or a female
under ! without the consent of their par
ents or guardians. Any person solemnizing
a marriage where the parties have not ob
tained a license is guilty of a misdemeanor
and may be fined a sum not exceeding
500, and in addition be subjected to civil
action by the parents or guardian. All
nurriages are to be recorded in the record
er's otlieu and the recorder is subject to a
line not exceeding 100 nor less than 5
for refusing a license to persons entitled
thereto. He is entitled to a fee of 1 for
issuing the license. Tho person solemn
izing a marriage is requested to make a
return within 00 days of the issue, a failure
to do so or the making of a false return is
punishable as a misdemeanor.
Many of our citizens and some of our
merchants have fallen into the habit of
sweeping all manner of trash into the gut
ters of the street, emptying their ash pans
in them and tiirowing old barrel staves am
suspenders, etc., out oT their lront door
into the street. All will acknowledge that
this is a bad habit, that is liable to draw
forth disparaging remarks from strangers,
I ft... . . . .
which must cause sensitive citizens to
blush with shame. Now that our streets
are being repaired and newly paved, and our
sidewalks ditto, everybody should have
some pride in their good appearance; mer
chants should not stop up the gutters and
thus interrupt drainage by throwing ashes
into the gutters; people should not pitch
their broken kitchen utensils and cast-off
articlesof winter apparel into the street to be
flaunted about by the breezes and finally
washed into to the gutters to lay there,
drawing curses from the lips of the street
superintendent and glances of displeasure
from the public eye. It is to be hoped
that our people will hee 1 this gentle hint,
given with the greatest respect to their feel
ings, am thus avoid a resort to the course
laid out to the olhYers by the municipal
Eighth street will undoubtedly always
be one of the best paved streets in the city,
but it is being well paid for and therefore
ought to be. The second layer of stone
costs more than the other two layers to
gether because of the work of breaking
it into such small fragments. It will cost
not less than a dollar and a quarter per
yard, the work being all done by hired
men. This cost might be reduced a lit tic
by employing the jail birds on a rock pile
Nnco work on the street begun there has
. i . . i j
not oeen a single prisoner trom the city
jail at work upon it, which is not exactly
as it should he. It is not advisable, of
course, to put criminals to work upon the
same rock pile with honest and honorable
laborers, lor that would be eturoachin"
upon the sensibilities of the latter; but a
fck pile might be put in
some, other place, away from
where the city employes are at work,
which might be broken by the violators of
the city's laws who are either too poor or
unwilling to pay their tines. We do not
suppose that there arc many prisoners in
the rity jail, or that there have been many
during the time that the work on our streets
has been going on, but this is not to the
point. However little work may be done
by the prisoners it will reduce the price of
the Eighth street pavement somewhat ami
this is all that wo contend for.
The Cairo Temperance Ueform club
convened at Ueform hall last night in an
important business meeting, it being the
night on which the regular annual
election of tho officers of the club took
place. Tim attendance was good, though
the weather was very much the reverse, and
there were several other attractions in the
city. Nearly all the evening was taken tin
in electing the new officers, of which the
looowing is a list ; 1 resident, Dr. J. S.
Peine; fust vice president, Mr. George S.
Fisher; second vice president, Mr. James F.
Miller; third vice president, Mr. M. Phillips;
secretary, Mr. Alex. Able; financial score-'
tary, Mr. Morehea l; first marshal, J. E,
Spiller; second marshal, Mr. T. Furguson;
sargeant, at arms, Mr. John E. Henderson;'
chaplain, Hev. 11. Y. George; stewnrd, Mr.
W. L. Bristol. Mr. M. Easterday, tho'
withdrawing president, mado a short
speech ftt leaving the presidential chair to
his successor, which was quite entertaining.
At the conclusion of this u vote or thanks'
whs tendered Mr. Easterday lor the very
efficient manner in which Ik; has discharged
DRUaOI8T-OKO. B. O'HAHA,
I'HfENJX DKUG STOEE,
G EO. E., O'HAKA, Proprietor,
Cor. Couiinereial Avenue
and Eighteenth Street.
Mrs. S. Stroude, of Hickman, Ky., was
in Cairo yesterday.
Mr. Hubert Wilson, of Villa Hidge, was
iu the city yesterday.
Mr. L. B. Henard, of Grand Chain, was
iu ( 'uiro yesterday forenoon.
Captain W. P. Wright is at homo after
an extended visit to foreign parts for his
Miss Carrie Cooper, of Bichview, III., is
in the city visiting her friend Miss Eva
Mr. Henry Winter made a hastv trio to
Carmi, III., yesterday. He returned yes
Mrs. V. II Woodward and Miss Annie
Pitcher were among the Cairo party bound
for New Orleans, on tho steamer Scuddcr
day before yesterday evening.
Dr. F. A. H illiday, of Metropolis, Ills.,
was at tho Hotel de Winter yesterday, as
were also Messrs. II. B. Meader, of Chica
go, III., mid M. F. Flynn, of St. Louis, Mo.
Mr. John English, who fell from the
roof of one of the Gilbert cottages down
town some time ago, is able to walk around
again, but is still suffering considerably
with pain in the back.
Mr. Thomas Uobinson, of Philadelphia,
Penn., brother-in-law to Captain Falls who
lied here some years ago from the effects
ofu Mow on the head, given him liy a
couple of garroters, is in the city. He is
making Cairo his headquarters while look
ing after some land interests in Missouri.
A! the Planters house yesterday the fol
lowing gentlemen, comprising the Arling
ton .Minstrels, were registered: Henry Hub-
hard, J. J. Wieser, F. Bardwell, F. M
Daly, F. Hall, Win. Phillipson, W. Sedge
witk. Dan. Connors, T. Young, Geo. Liw-
rence, II. V. Lee, Banks Winter, Ch. Hr-
ann. W. H. Smith, Harry Hardy, J. p,
iallagl.er, Billy Arlington, M. Arlington,
'rof. Clare, Billy Mrr. B. J. Williams,
O is Bowers.
Aiivtrliitmrnl, in rV ,!, ,)
otolmaorleu in Ihi column, lo ,!, th in-
VOTICK. 1.ADIKS: -There will . ,,. f
iy theladleaorthiiEid-copal church at the rest
rtenceof Mra. C. 'Ink, on K,irtav afternoon at
three o.clock. A large attendance denired,
WANTKD -Kvcrjh.ilv In luive n.oii.y and
ft have their luriilture regain d im varnished
liy 1). K. Kink Miop opoitc ciurl hotjue. Or
dera hjr mail or at the flioo will have prompt utteij.
A CDOKINO TOYKroraale.llhlo 'run t,,t.
a. two iibku pan anil two jrrlrldli : will ,0 roid
i. i:u uti am . nyyijui flioil on OUiCe.
VOR KENT-Km n.. fnrnbliiil o,- in furnl.e,!
with or without horrd, at ie,,H,i,ul,le rate
Apply at ilulletiu titilldliii;.
TKI.Ki'llON K NO. jh.
.1. C. CLAJiK,
Staple unci I';uicv
Country Trodinc a Specialty.
tr-Kverylhlng Ural clan. Call and . xamiie
N'J. sHKKiHTH STKEET
MILL AND fOMHISNION.
KSoriKK OS HORN'S COIKT.
tho duties of the club's
during the time he was its incumbent. This
compliment was certainly due Mr.Eastcrday
for he has been untiring i hj ut,ors in
the interest of tho club, is a zealous worker
In tho cause of temperance, who does nil
that ho does because he believes it to bo
right. Captain Miller hs also beeu a very
active and valuable member of tho club
tor which ho is no doubt duly respected.
VKs l KHDAV'k KKl'OKM.
II. Wilson, who wss sent to the county
jail toe day before for stealing several bars
1 soap from C. O. Patier Jt Co., was
brought before Squire Osborn yesterday
or preliminary examination. The evidence
was too strongly against him and he was
held in bond of fifty dollars to answer the
charge of p. Kit Urccncy at tho present
term of county court. Ho was probably
tried there yesterday, or will Ih; to-day.
Eli.a Martin was guilty of disorderly
conduct and sreing that the evidence
a';aiu-t h-r was strong, and having plenty
of lucre anyhow, she plead guilty to the
charge and paid her fine, which was five
dollars and costs.
Another person, guilty of disorderly con
duct, was David Tyler, an ebony browed
son of the street. Ho was found guilty
after having been duly tried and also fined
fiye dollars and costs. He paid part of the
fine and an execution was issued for the
In the county court yesterday several
cases were disposed of. Two ilames of
doubtful virtue were arraigned and plead
guilty, whereupon they were fined thirty
five dollars and costs, each.
FL0CR, GRAIN AM) HAY
Egyptian Flouring Jlills
Highest Cash Prlc Paid for Wleat.
(J. W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
couttauU; on nana
At Seventy-five cent per load.
S t a v Trimmings
At one dollar per load.
The "irlmmlnira" an Fnara. aliavm... .iit mi.lr
the heat lummer wood for cooking purpose an well
the eu-apfM ever (old In tal.-o. For hlack
mlth ue In arttlng tlrea, ihey ara uueoualied.
Leave your ordera at tb Tenth aireet wood ard
Tiik geeat superiority of Dr. Hull's
Cough Hyrup to all other cough remedies
is attested by the immense popular de
niand for that old established remedy.
I rice au cents a bottle.
Lydu E. Pinkii.'.m'k Vegetable Com-
tiound, the great medicine for the cure of
all female complaints, is the greatest
streiigtheniT of the back, stomach, nerves,
kidneys, urinary and genital organs of man
and women ever known. Send for circu
lurs to Lydia E. Pinkhain, Lynn, Mass.
Help! Help! Help!
I'ho lord helps those who help themselves;
I he christian poets prate,
Spring Jilossom always helps all those,
Whose blood's in an impure state.
Prices: f I., 50 cents, and trial bottles 10
To all wdio are suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth.nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will euro you, free ot
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America, nonu
a self-addressed envelope to tho Itcv. Joseph
T. Intnan, Station I), New York City.
Itefure vim lierrin vnlir boftvv soring worK
after a winter of relaxation, your system
needs cleansing and strengthening to pro
vent an attack of Ague, IMItout or Spring
Fever, or somo other Spring w'"-
will unfit you for a season warn, xou
will save time, much sickness and ereat
expense if you will use one ooiuo i "g
Hitters in your family 8
wait. Burlington Hawkeye.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIER & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth ulreet 1
. Commercial Avenue J
TAX ITKCHASKirS NOTICK.
T. .1 H Vlli.t ami M A. & II. !llliert. and all
other Intimated, are hereh notified that on thu
iMthday ol Juna. A. II.. IST0. at tax aule of real
email!, held at the soutb-wealorly door of the conn
IV court home, Iu the cltyof Clro, In aalil anility
anil alale, hy thu limn aherlll and ex officio cnlloc
tor of tMina. In and for aald county, W. H (illbert
hecamo tha imrchaaerof lot liumliered eleven In
Mock iniinhered Iwentj In the city of Cairo, In until
coiiuty and atate, taxed In the niiniH of II, o. oil
ticri and of lota numbered twelve anil inlrleen In
hlnclc numbend twenty In Ihn city of Cairn, I"
caid county and atatii. taxed In the nainii of M. A.
A ll. O. llllbcrt. for tho atutc, county, district
arhool and corpora tlou or thu city o Cairn tnxea
taxed Ihereon for tho year, A. I)., IM7S, and Ihnl Ihn
tlmo of redemption from anitl rale expire on the
tilth day of June, A . D,, issi,
W. H. OlLUKnT, Purchaser.
JAX ITKCIIAHEKS NOTK'K.
ToKmtnaYost, or any other person., or person
You Hro Uereliv uotiii m mat, at a sine or real c
tale, In the county of Aluxsndor nnd atalunf llll
nnl, held hy the county collector of unlit county,
at. tho aonth-wmtiirlv door of the court houae, In
the cllv of Cairo. In ald Coll lit v and ntuli. .n ili
Sth day of July, A. I).. 17". J. H. Ilncker pur
chaned the lollowluu duac.rlbed real eat.ntu, situated
In Ih city of Cairo, comity of Alexander and alntu
of llllooU, for III taxea due and anpiild Ihereon
for the vear A. !., ISTH, loeelher with nenaltlea and
coat.e;ald real eatato being taxed In the name of
Kmma ioai, io-wu: i,ot numherod eleven llll, In
hlnck numbered flfty oiin IM v. laid off and nlm.
ted: and aalilllncker having aaaltfiied hi ccrllncatu
of purchaau received for aald piemlae to I lie uti
aluned. yon will hike notice that the time allowed
hv law for the redemntion of aald real cation win
explro on thehlh day of July, A. P.. isst
Al. U. r 111(1),
A ml ii nee nf tho nnrrU,.r
Cairo, III., March anth, A. !.,