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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 27, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
KSTKKKl) AT TUC :OHT OFNCK IN CAIKO, IL
LINOIS, AS SKmND-t'LASS MATTKll.
OFFICIAL FAPKK OF CITY AND COUNTY
LOCAL WKATU BKIKKI'OKT.
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lUvhm l.ieu Millrlins y my Memls ami by a
great ti it rnlxT of ritlKium win. have iiormumr.i oeen
.iiiiii.ui iii me. iii ni'iiin become a ciitnliilulu tnr
tlia mayoralty of the eity of Cairo. 1 hereby an
iioui.cu" iBVMi'lf for thm puiOrion. pkilphi! to the
viit'TH of Cairo Id (In a heretofore, nut to hirk
in r duly In I he hour of peril, mnl i"iiru them that
alt ni v anion chilli lit ( the Internal of Cairo and
li.T tlti.eti-. I r''iiiHin yours ri'H'c-ifully.
I'KVCii ASM Pilot; IKsS. HPHKAII T1IK
Cmiui. March lVtli, IKf 1.
To 1 ho voter f 111" rily ol Cairo:
At the. rcoiiei of tmmv rtttxeiiH iliti underniiMied
offer) In ervinn to I lie Iiiileunuilanl voter of
t nlro n a randidiite. f..r tlni ntllce of mayor. Tho
ciiy r juin-M a man of cmnnerrial experience,
jn-l a tlii time. lien we am i tlxed l,y unl'lia
und fur. imi Inleifereiiee in our hiiMine inamiu'e
iniriit on tin ffrcni American continent, and in the
iniiti'wil Waliliii!t n. .li llerKitn, and JiiekMin, auil
in tne ii ime of Hi" .r 'at I'liio. (ireenlniek Lab ir
Parly, for triilb. utiee and equal Mt'lil, Mill I
Hand. Vox i pll - vox Del, . ,
)r f. K LAKKE.
At tlm earned olii lt.it ion of mull V citizen- Irre
spective of color or pnlille, I havo conented to
buroiuu a candidate lor llieollli'i) of City Clerk,
and reaiioctfully k Hie active and willing support
of ali who are lav.irnhle to my candidacy
Cairo, 1)1.. March 101 h, lHt, .
Having been milicitcd Uy number of my frlo d
all over the. city to become a candidate for clt cleik
In the. coming city election. I hereby. In compli
ance with tli o wlhe thn exprexiiuil. announce
mvell aca candidate tor tint olllce. and Dope l mil
all my friend will tiind hv uie.
We aro a thnrlzrd to announce Mr. JOHN
. Wl LKKIIHO N aacadilate for City Clerk in
the April election.
We are authorized to iinnoiico Mr. LEASDKK
AXLEY a a fniidiilate for City Clerk lu the elec
tion lu be buld next mouth.
i'lna-e announce that f am a candidate for re
election lo thiMilticoof CltyClurk at the running
city election. I). J. FOI.KY.
Lllllllllt'f'S Ml'Ut .Shop.
Oua Lummer has bought tlm shop our
tier Nineteenth and Poplar, and will keep
it stocked with the very best beet, Mattoo,
Pink. fti:. He invite, nil 1 1 is old and
innv ui!w customer to cull on him wltb
tlii:ir ordem, which will rtrcivf prompt at
All jM-rtMUis aro urgently U'tiiicstt'd to
thoroughly clean up their premia's in view
of Hit! annnmchiiiL' warm weather. All
i " , ,
riililnsh. cans, hoops, etc., may De neposnea
in piles in theHtreetn tor the next ten days
and will ho removed ly teams, employed
hy the city. N ! I " ictlkwood,
Having made extensive improvements in
the Planter's House and being now
thoroughly prepared to accommodate any
manlier ot day lnmiderH, wc would respect
fully solicit a share of Cairo's pntronugo in
this line. Our accommodations are equal
in every respect to those ol any hotel in
the state and, as to rates, vu are ready to
compete with any one in the city.
Motto i.V uazzoi.a.
jUli I'OLICE SI A'MHTKATE.
Pleue announce, tue a a rnndlilutj for re, election
to the olllce of I'd ire MHu'lnlriitt at the enultig
Ciiy election. Kepertfullv,
OKO K. OLMSTED.
Wo are authorised to announce Mr. ALFRED
COMINU8 a a candidate for the offlcu of I'ollce
MaKiatratcforthu city of Cairo at the eommu city
Kilitor tlulletin: ricac announce in v mime it an
lnilepeudnt candidate for the nltlco of City Trea
urer at the entulim tit v election
THOMAS. I. KEItTII.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
The most popular and elegant tonsm ial
establishment in the city is that of Win.
Alba, near the coiner ot Mxtli street and
(Jominercml avenue. The most complete
outfit can be found there, und none but the
best artists in that line of iudtiatry are em
ployed there. Persons wishing a tirst class
hair-cut, shave or Hhampooii should call at
the parlor of Wm. Alba.
Tho building of new and cleaning out
and repairing old cisterns a speciality.
Orders by postal promptly attended to.
.J. is. Hawkins.
A car load or choice Michigan Apples
just received and for sale by 0. M. Ai.dkn,
78 Ohio Levee.
Mrs. Samuel Fisher has received a fresh
stock of new family groceries, including a
supply of fine pickled salmon 'new and
nice. Try them. Store on Washington
avenue, between Ninth & Tenth street.
Madame and Prof. Floyd have increesed
their facilities for the accommodation of
their increased patronage, by having se
cured another large room adjoining their
school on Walnutj between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets. Day school, 9 a. m.
Ladies' class at 3, and night school at 7 p.
m. terms low, out invHiianiy in advance.
Mounted varnished, and paper maps of
Cairo for sale, at The Uullktin office.
Notice in till column, live cent per line, each
luertiou. l-or oue month, AO cunts per Hue.
Closin? Out, Hoots and .Shoes.
Haying a very large stock of winter
goods on hand consisting ol Gents , Lades'
and C'hildrens' sewed and pegged lioots and
Shoes, I have determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room for an immense stock of spring
goods winch will begin o arrive soon. If
in want of anything in my line I would ad
vise you to call on in before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
gains. I invite all to call and see for
themselves. C. Ivocn.
No. !Kl Commercial avenue between Fifth
md Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Oysters! Fish! (iamc!
Flesh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! Hulk oysters re
ceived daily fiom Mobile, and lialtintore
oysters received in cans, direct lrom the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and alwnys fresh.
The "lied Snapper,'' the king among fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from tho
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
for oysters and fish, corner Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. Uoiikiit IIkwitt, Ag't.
Tho best of corned bed' in any quantity
desired can be had at Fred Keohler's sam
ple shop on Kighth street, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best quality
also always on hand. Call upon Fred if
you want good meats.
11 ok digraph -
A good stock of paper, expressly for
Hfiktograph use, for sale at The Kcli.ktin
that which is due the county. On the first
of April thu sheriff will begin to take legal
steps to collect all taxes that then remain
-A saw mill boiler about eight miles
from Washington, Ind., owned by Mr
Me.Card, exploded Friday, killin"; one man
and fatally injuring another.
(Jus Lummer has opened a butcher
ehop corner Nineteenth and Poplar, and
proposes to keep the upper pari of town
supplied with meat. See adv.
Fred Hecker, the German leader, died
Thursday at his farm near Suinmcrfield,
111., from the effects of a stroke of paraly
sis received on Tuesday evening.
St. Louis business men are now agitat
ing the world's fair project with a view,
since its failure in New York, to have it
held in St. Louis. They are evidently in
earnest about it.
A large number of sheep and cattle
went through here yesterday evening.
There were about two thousand ot the
former of all sizes and some of them in a
-The Chicago trade and labor union at
a meeting Thursday night, adopted resolu
tions protesting against the importation of
French Canadian artisans into that and
other cities of the union.
-The meeting, to have been held at the
M. K. church next Thursday evening to
take under consideration the financial con
dition of the church, has been postponed
until Tuesday evening, April 5.
The M. E. Sunday school meets this
afternoon, at fifteen minutes of three. The
chairs belonging to the infant class room
have been lowered, which will add greatly
to the comfort of the little ones.
Elder Vf. Webb, of Jackson, Tenn.,
has arrived In Cairo and will assist Elder
Shores in conducting a series of protracted
meetings at the Mission Baptist church on
Tenth ami Cedar streets. Friends of the
church are invited to attend.
Mr. hugene hi lis has gotten up a new
telephone chart with the names of subseri
bets arranged according to the alphabet
on one side and according to their respec
tive numbers on the other. Thechart will be
ready for distribution to-morrow morning.
The steamer Silverthorn started out
from our wharf night before last and when
she got around into the Mississippi river
her doctor broke, a"d she was compelled to
turn back for repairs. She lay here until
yesterday noon when all was in good order
again and she departed for St. Louis.
- Mr. Hoot Perm has been trying hard
for several days past to break a young
horse that he traded for with one of his
friends. Ho has worn out a harness and
nearly a coil of rope in the attempt, but
has not yet succeeded in giving the animal
to understand what is wanted of him.
pretensions to morality and human equali
ty. A more disgraceful cene wan proba
bly never enacted even in communistic
DRUQGI9T GEO. E. 0T1ARA,
;ul:'::m,:;t7; IVlar and Reliable Cash Dry Goods Jrou.se,
flie Bargain House of Soul hern Illinois
and the Leader of Popular Trices.
We aro now exhibiting tH Most Elegant Stock oMry Goods, Fancy Goods
o ion , ever shown in this city, and will during this week make a Special Exl.il
K..u , , r "i 7' V 'VT uun,sniw our inendi, ana ask the prewncc of K very
. " ' - wui wuniurv il ia ltow m Mien n vtiuit ua tiii
m in ti'T him
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in thce column, tun cfciit prr line,
each inertlou. Marked
Try It! Try It!
L'se the Pantagraph Hinder. Covets furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by Tiik ('.mho Bui.i.ktin
for putting up Letter, Note, Kill Heads and
other printed stationery.
Use Til kCa i no l.i i.i.ktin scratch books,
for sale at the. oilice, 12UII leaves to the
All persons, owing taxes on real estate or
personal property, will take uoltco that I
will bo found in my oilice from 8 o'clock
a. in. to 5 o'clock p. in., fur the purpose of
receiving the same. I here is money saved
t.y paying tuxes at once. ( al and see.
Sheriff and Collector.
Caiho, III., March:!, 1KH1.
Burklcn's Arnica Salve.
1 he best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, nlsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin erupt ions, This salvo is
uarantel to give perfect satisfaction in
every caw or money refunded. Price, 23
cents per tun. Fr ,ttu t,v (Jko r o'IIaiu
Fresh oysters at A. T. Del'.aun's, 50
Messrs. llarchiy liro.'B are having their
Ohio levee drug store newly painted.
- Fresh oysters at A. T. Deliaun's .
John A. lleevo is mentioned as a
probable candidate for the mayor's olllce.
Fresh oysters at A. T. Deliaun's, 5fl
Mr. Wm. Mcllale is having a new
picket tence built around his lots below the
The Library association has just re
ceived another lot of new books, that arc
now ready for distribution.
The Gus Fowler, for the present, will
make regular Sunday trips between Cairo
An addition of some kind is to be
built to the resilience of Mr. F. Korsemyer;
the material is already on the ground.
Check books, pceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at Tub Hui.lktin office.
Wo publish this morning a highly in
teresting letter from Springfield, ably
written by one who knows whereof he
A moral wave has swept over Louis
iana, Mo., and the barbers are demanding
an ordinance to keep them from shaving on
Mr. M. E. Powers ill open a grocery
store in his frame building on the corner of
Tenth and Poplar streets, when it is fin
To make room for my large Spring
Stock, I offer 500 pairs custom made
Misses' and Children's Shoes at cost. (.).
Mr. A. F. Wiley, the Sixth street sa
loon keeper, has had a number ot improve
ments madu about his establishment.
Tho front has been newly painted tho
oors aua windows decorated with bright
lettering und a handsome sign erected
Across tho sidewalk.
Sheriff llodyria i i,aving blanks print
cd preparatory U makinu out thn ddinrn.,,,..
tax list, which is a sir-nul to all wlm t...
so far failed to pay th,,,r share, that their
time of Kraco has elapsed, and severe mens,
tires will ho resorted to in order to obtain
The little sailing yacht, formerly be
longing to Mr. Herman Levey, when he was
here, has been reinodled at Metropolis and
is now a handsome little steam yacht, which
is to be used as a packet between certain
points soon. An engine and boiler hhve
been supplied her, which will make her
skim through the waters like a fish.
The event of Thursday in the senate
was a speech of Judge Davis., of Illinois,
explamining that since the republicans had
gained control of the body, through the
committees, he would vote with them on
the question of officers in order to perfect
the organization, which he thought could
not be reached too soon tor the public in
terests. A large crowd of Cairo's sable popu
lation was again gathered at tho saloon of
Mr. Thomas Clark last evening and before
Beveral of the candidates for the coming
city election were there and talked up
their interests in a magnificent style. From
w hat we could li.ain about tho meeting,
it was a very interesting one, especially to
the audience and Tom Clark.
In its account of the proceedings of
the lower house of the Illinois legislature
the Springfield Monitor says:
"An incident occurred at this stage of the
proceedings which cemented tho good feel
ings between the members and their presi
ding tinker. It was the presentation to
Speaker Thomas of a crayon portrait of
himself. Mr. Linegur made the presenta
tion in an able and at the. same time a
beautiful little speech, to which Gen.
Thomas responded briefly, returning his
The Charleston, Mo., Courier in its
last issue has the following: "A huge mort
gage, bearing tho title of "General Consoli
dated Railway and Lund Mortgage. St.
Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Railway
Co,, to Mercantile Trust Co.," and dated
March l)th, 181 , was filed in tho Recor
der's office of this county, on Monday 21st
inst. The mortgage is for $:jYo!0,nj)0.00
and covers the St. Louis, I. M.ifcS. Ry.,
and its appurtenances, including lands of
the company in Arkansas. Tho land grant
in Missouri is not included.
After being out twenty-four hours tho
jury in tho Kalloch ,cw brought in a ver
dict of not guilty. The verdict was receiv
ed with much uppbuisc. The dolemlaut
was heartily congratulated by his lricnds.
When Kalloch was discharged and got in
his carriage to go home an humenso crowd
took tho horses from tl)(. vehiclo and pulled
him to his house, houio three miles. What
a commentary is this upon a civilized com
munity, not to say an American communi
ty, w hich makes, or ought to make, some.
Our readers must bear in mind that
TheCullktin, as a newspaper, will main
ti a strictly nentral po
sition in tho approaching city
election and that anything that
may appear in Us columns setting forth the
claims upon the people's suffrage of any one
of tho candidates for the several offices, is
nothing tnoro nor less than paid matter and
is a simple advertisement.
The circuit court adjourned last even
ing. Tho last case tried by it this term
whs that of State's Attorney Damron,
against whom an information was filed,
charging him with a grcvious violation of
tho law governing the social evil; but ho
was nrq-iittod, at which ho and all his
friends will rejoico. Mr. John McNulty
whs also acquitt
the court yesterday
Tho Cairo and Vincennes railroad
company pays seven hundred and nine
dollars taxes this year on property owned
by it in Alexander county and the little
Cairo and St. Louis railroad company pays
about two thousand seven hundred dollars
into the sheriff's hands for the same pur
pose, i he former runs through the county
for only nbout three miles and the latter
for ah(ut twenty seven-miles, or tho entire
length of the county.
In the last issue of the Johnson County
Journal the following well deserved com
pliment to one of our prominent citizens
appears: "Mr. C. O. Patier, of Cairo, was
in this place Tuesday. Mr. P. is one of
the leading merchants in the city ot Cairo.
He is enterprising and energetic. He is a
stalwart republican and glories in the name.
He is one of the immortal yoii, that stood
by that old hero and patriot, Grant, at Chi
cago. He is ol the true metal, and is fully
eutitled to the large business the New York
store is commanding."
It will, perhaps, be news to many of
our merchants anl people generally that an
order has been issued by the post master
general, changing tho law as to the character
of mail, such as invoices, bills, circulars or
any other matter, whokly or in part writ
ten. Such matter is now classed as first
class mail matter and merchants, who
have been in the habit of sending invoices,
prices current filled out in writing etc. to
any part of the country with a one-tent
stamp, can do so no more and must govern
We again call the attention of the
voters of Cairo to the announcement of
Henry Winter for the mayorship of the city
of Cairo. His administration for
two terms everylxidy, with nn unbiased
mind, will admit was one of economy and
decorum and better order prevailed than
during any previous administration; and
when the city was visited by scourges of
a I . l . i w
me worst kiiki, ex-.Mayor vi inter was
always found at the post of duty, visiting
the sick and afflicted, burying tho dead,
etc., that commanded the admiration and
wonder of bis adversaries as well as of his
friends. We say this, in candor and justice
to the man, believing, if elected, be will
faithfully fill the office and discharge the
lutiesof the same fearlessly, fully as well
if not better than before.
PHfflNJX DRUG STORE,
GEO. TiL O'HAHA, ' Proprietor,
Cor. Conmiorcial Avenuo (
ami Eighteenth Street.
nit AND SPUING OPENING
U A T
S T U ART'S
able us to iiuike still
LOWER PRICES THAN EVEIf,
And we are earnest workers to secure every advantage a changeable market miv offer
r.e. toii.OOnertmir ' m """s 1UW" J",,;n' Ht I'" r""'
OCR SPKCIAL OFFERINGS ARE:
-.001 jar. Is Hambursr Etlirmir. at 50c. on the dollar.
:'o pieces Llack, all Wool, Uuntinsr. at L'Oc. per uird
;0 pieces Lawn, warranted Fast Colors, at 1v
2n pieces Lace Knntimr. t ! i ,.
Klegant Line of (iros Grain Silks, in Colors, at S l-wortu 81
Khsant Lii.P of Slimmer Silks, at fide, and up
Nice Lme of Mon.ie Cloths and Mohairs, at lot'.-worth 20c
..) pieces Linen Lhwii, worth 2:c, for" I r,r. '
L,0.l 'S,S'H I-Hiffth Print, lo to 20 yards, at r.e. per vard
-') dozen Lace Ton Genuine T.iwb. Tl.w.u.i . . 'J. ,ara. ...
that will rip or hurst.
to trade Sh" lHr r,:,a,1,rH f ,i,K,,ls iD S,,U,,'rn lln
a new pair for any of our shoes
It will pay you
At seven o'clock, to-morrow evening,
a very interesting meeting will be held at
thu Methodist church on Kighth and Wal
nut streets. It will bo a meeting princi
pally gotten up for the children, who have
been busy for several weeks past in gather
ing pennies in their little paper contribu
tion boxes, and these will bo opened to
morrow night and a prize awarded to the
one that has succeeded in L'atlieiin
the most. A number of old
people will take a pint, however,
and it is expected that the church will be
crowded with people of all ages. The fol
lowing highly interesting programme has
heen prepared for the occasion
which will make the meeting
attractive to all who attend: Song,
by tho school; scripture lesson, by
the superintendent; prayer, by the pastor;
music, quartette, Messrs. Metcalf, Walker,
Morse and Home; an interesting story for
the children, by Dr. J. S. Petrie; song, by
the infant class; address, by Mayor N. It.
Thistlewooil ; music, trio, Mrs. W. P.
Wright, Miss Ibttlie Mc.Kee and Mr. W. F.
McKce. Then the boxes will be open
ed and another song by the school will close
the evening's entertainment. The price of
admission will be only flvo cents.
Night before last a man was assaulted
and an attempt niadti to rob him, which
was interrupted by tho iippr-nch of some
one. The man mud,) complaint at tho po
lice headquarters with many an impreca
tion against tho "town." Officer John P.
Hogan started out in search of tho would
be highwayman ami caught him. Ho
proved to be a white man, named John
person.'' And when they are
called upon to designate the person who
did them a wrong and to appear against
them in court they silently sneak away
to tell their tale of woe, and utter their
false accusations behind Cairo's back.
Such men aro not worthy the confidence
of Inmost people, and their foul slanders
should meet with a deaf enr.
Mr. Frank S. Mclvnight's photograph
gallery on Sixth street, between Washing
ton and Commercial avenues, is one of the
great institutions in this city. Mr. Mc
Knight ha.i now thoroughly established
himself in the stand, which, as everybody
knows, whs formerly that of Mr. Wm.
Winter, the aitii,!. He lias rented the en
tire building tip stairs and down-stairs.
The upper story he has set aside for the
laboratory, where he has everything
necessary to enable him to
do tin; finest woik in the photo
graphers line, guaranteeing satisfaction
in every instance. Ho has the finest ap
paratus, the best conveniences and alto
gether the coiiiph teht photographer's out
fit in this part of the country, which,
coupled with the giea'est skill on his purt,
enables him to do work in a manner equal
to any in he land and superior to what is
dime by most other men in bis profession.
On the lirst floor Mr. Mcivnight has made
a grind change. The largo room has been
petitioned off, leaving the front room about
twenty-five by twenty feet in
s'fl and the other alsiut
twenty-live by forty feet. The first
mentioned room he has had newly painted
and papered nud handsomely furnished
with a number of fine show cases, shelving,
desk, etc. This is to be his gallery, where
ho keeps in corneous disnlav a ircut
n n 1 "3
variety of pictures, picture-pads,
albums, and in fact everything ap
pertaining to a first class picture
gallery. The large room in the rear of this
is stocked with full packages of everything
that ho keeps and will be used in part as a
work shop where frames will bo made to
order and pictures framed as
the customer may deairc. a short
Mr. Mclfnight's establishment is a credit
to the city, a place where one may go and
bit entertained for hours by simply gazing
at the many splendid works of the photo
grapher's urt mid all that properly btdongs
to it. A grand opening will be given by
Mr. McKnight on Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday, this week, which nono who
have any taste for fine arts should fail to
attend. Everybody Is cordially invited,
and assured that (he attractions presented
will amply repay any ono for their trouble.
Orders by telephone will have prompt at
tontion, the number being nine.
There I... a inertias of
i the ladle,. f ih Kpi.f,, thurrh at the rL
tlirte o.clork A lr attendance I. desired.
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fr teu dol.ai. Apply at Hii)etlt,mre.
V"lt KKNT- lo:ni. fnrtilfhfd ny tirfiirnl.l.ed
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TELEPHONE NO. ..
NEW GROCERY STORK.
J. O. CLARK,
Staple nud Fancy
Country Produce a Specialty.
rfKverythlnjr flrt-eJa. (all and examii
Vy. EllillTII STHEET.
MILL AND COHMISSION.
FLOSR. GRAIN AND HAT
Hiirhrst Canh Prire Paid for Wheat.
MX I't'HCHASKIl'S NOTICE.
Mil. I'm I.. Mauhkii, 101 Hill street,
Troy, N. V., writes: Last lall I was attack
ed with a severe rheumatic ailment, nnd
....r. i . . ...... i
(,'onners and he Usui . . l.i "'" great mm. i inea rt. jscodb
Lonners, and htvtas .led to await tho oil and was speedily cured. Upon tho
opening ol court yesterday morning. Hut second application tho pains left, and, as
wiicu tue trial wrts to come off there was "ai;'i h short timo I was entirely curco.
no accuser, tho victim did not appear 't.'Hm'r'l"mu dispensary and most valued
tn IlinL .. ... . . . HII IHI
Connors and he was acquitted. This is only
ono of a huijdrml Instances which happen
through a year where men, claiming to
have been robbed, garrotted, or assaulted,
ralso a great cry about tho dangerous char
acter of thn p,)0,0 f (jHir w,() luro
lo its dens of wickedness ho that they
tuny deprive him hy forcible moans If nee
canary of what llttlo lucre ho may have
Help! Help! Help!
The lord helps those who help themselves;
The christian poets prate,
Kpripg llloBsom always helps H those,
wnose niood'H in an impnro staie.
prices; ttQ cento, and trial bottles If)
Hkwisic; simply call on your druggist
for "J)r. Heller's Cough Syrup," when you
havo a cold or cough. HI ci'nts a bottle.
T..I. K. Hint and M. A. H. O. (Iltl.ert. and ail
Olliern ItiterMtud. r herehv nolMed that on the
Jit May ol iluna, A. I)., 1H7W, at a tax rain or real
rlate, held at the aouth-weMrrly door or the rotm
lyeourt hoime, In tho r.llyof t'alro, In aald county
mill Mate, liy the limn iherlff and ei-nlllclo rocC
liiroflaiea, In ami for aald county. V, II (JHluTt
beriiino the mrrhaer of lot numbered eleven In
liliiek iiumhemd twenlj In tlioclty nf Cairo, lu Ml.l
ntv ml aiate. taxod In Iho nuniii or II . ml.
hert. and of lota numhered twelve and thirteen In
hlnrk niiinhertil twenty lo tlm r.lty of t'alro, l
iii niiiniv and atats. taneil In Hid namH nr M. A.
All. t). tJlllwrt. for the mute, county, dlxtrict
rhnnl and corporation of the city el Cairo tunes
taxed thereon for thn year, A,l).,ls;s, and thai Ihu
time of redemption from said aalu expire on the
Kith day of June, A. P., IKsi.
W, H. OILBKRT, Purchnner.
rpAX I'L'UCIIAHEHS NOTICK.
1 Kinina Yoi, or any ulnar person, or persona
liitare.Kl.ari; ' 1 '
You are lioreliv notified that at a sale of real c -late,
In th county of Aloxandnr and state or till
nola. held by tha count collector of aald county,
at Hie aonth-wtisterly door or the ronrt hotian, In
thn city of Oalro, In aald rotitiiy and stale, an tho
8th day of .luly. A. I)., ism. J. , Haeknr pur
chaaeil the following dnacriKd real ornate, altlinted
In tho city ore ro, connlyof Alexander and statu
of Illinois, for tha taxes ilno anil mi paid thereon
for tho yaar A. II., ISTR, toj,.uiher with penalties and
eoataiaald real aalnte helnutaxt-d In Iho nnmii of
Rmma Yoat, to wlt: Lot numbered eleven (in, In
blork niimlMired nrty-onn (M), a laid off and plat
ted: and PKlillIarkor liavlngt aialitnod hiacnrtlfkata
of purcliaaii reeelvod fur aald tiromlaaa to th nndeC
algnod, von will tnku notice thai tha Hum allowed
bylaw for the redumption of nald real eatutn will
xpiri nn theSih day of July, A. P., issi
M. C.CIl AW I'd up,
Aaaluilne of tho nnri,l,u.,
Cairn, III., March V7lh, A, I)., tsMl, '