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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 22, IS81.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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Irat and five cent per Una ar.nuieueni uvr
lion, r'or one month, 50 ccut pur Hue.
Dozen volumes bound magazines, library
style, $1.00 pt-r volume. Address Box 5B1
For Sale Cheap.
Twenty head of tino Texaa ponies. En
quire at a. M. Amen s communion store
M. 0. Knuiht.
Fojirth of July Bids Wanted.
The committee will receive bids lor the
ice cream privilege at Bt. Mary's park until,
Juno 24th. Reserving tlio right to reject
any or all bids. Wm, L. Pkkck, Chairman.
St. Louis & Cairo llailroad Co. Stock
To tho Stockholders' of the St Loui fc Cairo
You will take notice, that, by unanimous
vote of the board of directors of the said
St. Louis & Cairo Railroad Company, at n
meeting thereof duly convened and held at
the office of the company, rooms ;58 and :!,
Ashland block, in the city of Chicago, Illi
nois, on the fourteenth day of June A. I).
1881, a meeting of the stockholders ot said
company was called to assemble at said of
lico of the company, in tlio city of Chicago,
on Thursday, the twenty-second day of
September, A. I). 1881, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
the object of said stockholder's meeting
being to take into consideration the neces
sity and expediency of borrowing the sum
of two millions six hundred thousand dol
lars (f 2,(100,000) for the purpose of com
pleting, furishing, improving and operating
the main line and branch railways of said
company proposed to bo constructed, com
pleted and equipped ; and if it shall be de
termined by said stockholders' meeting that
it is necessary and expedient to borrow
such sum, or any less amount, tor the pur
pose stated, then said meeting will further
consider and determine whether the stock
holders aforesaid will authorize and ap
prove the issue and disposal of the bonds ot
said railroad company, for the amount so to
bo borrowed, and tho mortgaging of the
railroad property and franchises of said
railroad company, acquired and to be ac
quired, to secure tlio payment of tho
amount so to be borrowed, with interest
thereon, etc. C. W. Shaai-,
Secretary St. L. & C. It. 11. Co.
Dated, Chicago, Juno 15, 1881.
Small cottage, three rooms. Enquire at
Bulletin building, up stairs.
Notice of Partnership.
A partnership has been this day formed
lietwecn Henry Stout and W. B. Green gen
eral contractors in brick work. Job work
a specialty. The business at present will
1)0 carried on byV. B.Green. Address
post office 1kx C83, Cairo, 111.
Stout & Gukkn.
lee, Wholesale and Retail.
- I am now prepared to sell ico by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ico to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lako Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co., Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 03. F. M. Wakii.
Use The Caiko Bulletin scratch books,
lor sale at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or $1.00 per dozen.
A good stock of paper, expressly for
Ilektograph use, far sale at Tub Bulletin
Buv the Improved Howe Scalefac
knowledgud the Inist made. Borden, Sel
leek & Co., General Agents, Chicago, III.
Dym-ephia, diarrhea, and dyacntery can
ue cured iy using Wright's Indian Vegeta
ble Tills which give healthy activity to the
entire system. (Ij)
L'so tho Fantnirraiih Binder. Cnvnra fnm.
ished free of charge. No extra charge
vtr uruumry oinoing ior tlio tablets.
Furnished only by Tub Caiko Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Tho best salve in tho world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
ettcr, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, ami
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Trice, 25
cents per box. rot ealo by Gko. E. O'IIara
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice tn thon com mm, ten cents per lino,
vBtu mnvruuu. jnarKun
Smoke Schuh's ''Gilt Edge."
Mrs. II. L. Halliday and family go to
Fheboygan this week.
Captain Marion Wright, of St. Johns,
was in Cairo yesterday.
Tlio backbone of tho drought is bro
ken, now let us havo rain.
- Mrs. Frank Gallgher returned homo
yesterday on tho steamer Fowler.
-White Vests sold by us at 73 cents
each, gives universal satisfaction. J. Burger
Captain Sandusky is building a aecond
story to his handsome and cosy cottage on
The Ohio is rising fast and now marks
over thirty feet on tho gauge. This is uvl
dontly tho Juuo rise.
Mrs. C. It. Woodward made a flying
Tleit home from Dixon Springs on Saturday
and went back on Monday. From her we
learn thnt tho number of pleasure seekers is
larger and tho Springs more than usually
attractive this season.
.las. Cheney has built a substantial awn
ing around tho entire front of his store also
150 feet of first-class sidewalk.
Another barge load of gravel for dis
tribution on the streets, mending our ways
as it were, is at tho landing.
Alderman Tettit and family with a
number of other Cairoites expect to leave
for Dixon Springs next week.
Mr. C. II. Aikin, assistant superinten
dent of the Iron Mountain express compa
ny, is in tlio city, a guest of tho Halliday.
Conkling and Tlatt aro fast fading
from tho public gaze a sort of gietter
dienuneiuiig, or twilight of the gods, as it
-The family of Mr. C. W. Wheeler will
spend the summer in Wisconsin in search
of health that seems to havo deserted them
here (his summer.
Tho Centralia Democrat comes out
with a supplement and a full pago adver
tisement of tho clothing house of S. T.
Sicker it Co. this week.
We saw Mr. Geo. W. Corlis on the
streets yesterday. He proposes to make a
southern trip in a Bkiff down the Missis
sippi in tho interest of his house.
The foundation is being laid at corner
of Tenth street and Ohio Levee for waters
works to supply sprinkling and water
carts with water from tho Ohio river.
Fifty new suits in nice light gray
cheviotts $1.00 per suit, worth $9.00, at the
Palace. J. Burger & Bro. t
Captain J. M. Phillips, at present a
grass widower and guest of the Halliday,
will leave for Chicago and the races to
morrow morning by the Cairo & Vincen
F. D. Rexford, of Centralia, is in the
city, looking and feeling younger than the
lay ho left Cairo over five years ago. We
believe he is or ought to bo a delegate to
the Sunday school convention.
Tin.1 Carman family aro in the city, at
tending the Sunday school convention.
They give a concert that will provo a rare
musical treat, at the Presbyterian church
Messrs. Tom Jeffries and W. II. Hick
man of Ullin were in tho city and favored
Tiik Bulletin with a call yesterday. They
are clever gentlemen, but in very bad com
pany. Saup brought them around.
Thero are from six to a dozen Bew
cases of small-pox daily in Chicago with
no signs of its abating. It has been a good
many years since more than an occasional
sporadic case of tho disease has developed
Children's mixed suits, for $1.50 worth
$:J,00. Same for $2.00 worth $1.00, at the
Talaco. J. Burger & Bro.
Mrs. Captain Thillips, accompanied by
her neice, Miss Belle, was a passenger ou
the James W. Gaff to Brandenburg, Ky.;
after a visit thero, Miss Belle will return to
school at Glendalc, ten miles from Cincin
Our Washington letter Bays that ob
servers at Washington say that Secretary
Windom is nlllicted with a well developed
case of presidential itch. It must be in
the air. Bnstow had it and John Sherman
had it and now where aro they?
Tho governor has found it necessary to
call out a company of militia to preserve
order in Harp county during tho sale of
lands for delinquent taxes. The sale was
attempted last week, but tho citizens or
ganized themselves into a mob and stop
ped it. '
Wo havo written a full account of tho
burning of tho house and an obituary ot
tho girl, on Tenth street, who will persist
in kindling the firo with coal oil. Blanks
in the article are left for the names, and it
is only a question of time when they will
be tilled up.
Mr.Wm. McCullough leaves for the
smith this morning in tho interest of the
Novelty Iron store. Ho has planned to
spend 4th of July in Edwardsville, a little
seven by nino town in Mississippi, and
neither ho nor tho town would like to bo
Tho only damage dono by the wind
storm yesterday notwithstanding its hercu
lean efforts (herculean is good and belongs
to dipt. Tom Wilson) was to tear loose ho
watcli sign of E. A. Budcr and blow
down a largo shado tree at corner of
Fourth and Commercial.
Tho pound last night contained twenty
unredeemed dogs, and tho marshal's desk
was graced with a brass collar with padlock
and bogus check attached, the samo having
been found upon tho nock of one of tho
unfortunates. Tho total number of checks
taken and paid for to dato is 271.
Children's. Suits, very flno all wool,
for $:l.50 worth $0.50. Samo for $1.50-
worth $3.50. Samo, $3.00 worth $10.00,
at tho Palace. J. Burger & Bro.
T. M. Comings disposed of two cases
in his court yesterday, Josephine Brown,
flno and cost, $7.70 paid $3 and socurod
tho balance, but Dennis McDavit for a
plain drunk, having neither money nor
friends, goes to the "rock pilo" for rest und
recreation at tho exponso of tho city.
The attendance at the funeral of Mrs.
Lent,' baby yesterday was uuusually largo.
Tho services over tho body wore conducted
by Uev. Mr. Goorge, and were impressive
aud consoling, if consolation could bo ob
tained at such a trying hour by tho unhoppy
young parents, even from tho words and
promises of tho Savior of tho world, who
said: "suffer little children to come unto
me and forbid them not."
-We havo just received 150 boy's suits
in all colors which wo will sell at $5.00.
Wo guaranteo them all wool. They aro
sold by all clothing dealers at $12 per
suit. J. Ihirger & Bro.
Mr. J. H. Wilbor, connected with the
I. C. II. It., and Miss Jennie Terco, aro tho
next couple to draw for a prizo in tho un
certain lottery ot marriage. Tho happy
event takes place to-morrow evening at
residence of the bride's parents on Eight
A search for news carries ye local into
all sorts of aecessablu and inacccssable
places; therefore, it is not surprising that
ho should find a black pony, one-eyed,
mired in tho quick sand among tho cotton
woods near tho point. A littlo attention
from the owner may save tho horse.
A gentleman of color who had been
working for A. J. Carlo appropriated a few
small articles, gloves, etc., for which he
was interviewed by tho police, but as the
case was only one of pettit larceny ho was
permitted to jump the town after restoring
tho goods, in order to save expeiiRC to tho
Mr. John Sprout Monday evening in
front of his residence, killed an ugly veno
mous snake. The reptile measured three
and half feet long, and six inches around,
weight not given. This item is not intend
ed to keep tho ladies oft' of Washington
avenuo the balance of this year. Tho
snake is dead.
Bird's floating opera, tho Champion,
having on board Stickney's menagerie left
the wharf day before yesterday. They
gave a show at Mound City Monday night
and will continue up tho river as far as
Golconda. From there tho boat will return
to make a summer tour and, we trust, lots
ot money up the Mississippi and Missouri
Alderman C. N. Hughes yesterday re
ceived a despatch from his littlo sister
one he has never seen in California,saying
she had started for Cairo and would arrive
about Thursday. This is a long journey
for a little ten year old girl to make alono
but in these days of steam the journey is
short and friends will always be found
along the way.
It is not a great while since talk of
disorganizing the democratic pavty was in
dulged in by a few weak-minded politicians,
but now tho question seems to bo whether
or not the republican party will succeed in
holding itself together. Tilden predicted
that this would be a stormy administration
and events so far havo proved that the old
mnn knew what ho was talking about.
Tho Tatcrson, New Jersey liquor
dealers commenced last Sunday to enforce
the Sunday laws of that state on all trades.
Tho blue law under which tho saloons wero
prosecuted ure just as strict as regards
other business and they purpose making it
obnoxious to the people at large. The
liquor men of Patterson have formed a so
ciety and will prosecute before the courts
anyone that sells liquors, cigars, drugs or
medicines, newspapers or in fact anything
bought or sold, that comes under the law,
and nothing is exempt under its sweeping
Captain Paul Boynton, "tho wizard of
the wave" arrived at St. Louis Sunday by
way of the Mississippi current from the
north. On landing he complained of
cramps and rheumatism nud several quart
bottles of St. Jacobs Oil were passed
around by the captain of the St. Jacobs Oil
boat that met him on the river, Boynton
being allowed larger doses than the guests.
The oil in the bottles, however, it is as well
to remark, was not St. Jacobs. If he bad
no back set tic left St. Louis on Monday
for Cairo and will make the swim of two
hundred miles without landing. He will
be due hero to night or to-morrow.
The new law in Pennsylvania, which
forbids the separation of white and col
ored children in the schools, may be a
good thing where colored children aro not
numerous enough to justify a separation;
but wo do not believe the law is a good
one either from principle or from the
standpoint of expediency. In many cases
separate schools aro desirable both to tho
whites and the blacks, and there would bo
just as much reason in saying there should
not be Congregational schools or Metho
dist schools, as to deny the colored peo
ple the privilege of separate schools, if
they are mutually desired. Questions ot
this character are likely to regulate them
selves a great deal better than they can bo
regulated by law.
Thero is considerable talk of a com
promise between tho bucks and stalwarts at
Albany, by which each side may choose a
senator, and it begins to be seen that some
such arrangement must be made to avert
sendiug tho matter to tho next legislature,
which it is conceded is morally certain to
bo democratic. Tho gossip embraces Borne
such names as Wheeler and Gen. Grant.
Tho proposition regarding Grant is a novol
ono, for there is a sort of unwritten law
that ex-presidents should betako themselves
to a political nunnery. Still, this statute
has been conspicuously violated. Ex-Trcsi-dont
John Quincy Adams sut many years in
congress and will bo long and more honor
ably remembered for his labors in that
body than for anything ho did an president;
and if wo remember riirhtlv Ex-Prpsirinnt
Johnson was chosen U. S. Senator from!
TenncRsoo, but died before much moro than
taking his seat. One might hope to seo
Gen. Grant sent to tho senate from New
York it only that ho might have mi oppor
tunity by patriotic sepvico to redeem tho
place he once held, but lately him begun to
lose, in tho regards of a largo portion ol tho
American people who in years past wero
his personal ndmirers and steadfast politi
cal adherents and if Now York must look
elsewhere for a senator sho could not do
better than turn to Illinois. If, however,
he should employ thesenatorshlp to gratify
the hatreds engendered by his defeat at
Chicago, it were better for bis own reputa
tion that tho proffered honor bo clsewhero
Yesterday Chief Myers und Duputy
Health Officer Olmsted paid their respects
to the famous Wilcox block and found
matters in such a deplorable condition that
they arrested the entire eight families and
took them before the Tolico Magistrate,
who find each $5.00 and costs for maintain
ing a nuisance. We had occasion refer to
this block while tho sipc water was up, and
stated that tho block was provided with
only one closet and that led into tho cellar.
Health Officer Phillis ordered this abated,
and it was filled up. The occupants were
ordered to provided themselves with the
regulation tubs, but they did not, ami it is
enough to imagine the result. The block
is to be cleaned, disinfected, and the tubs
provided at once, or the occupants will bo
subjected to another and n heavier fine.
There are in Cairo as in all towns a
hall dozen very silly and thoughtless young
girls girls who find a great deal of amuse
ment in making chance acquaintances, and
especially among traveling men, in fact
"flirting" is the term. If these very billy
and thoughtless girls would stop and re
flect for one little moment they might see
themselves in the same light that they arc
viewed by these chance acquaintances, and
concludo the game was not worth the
candle. They might see that they wero not
only placing themselves in an unenviable
position, but wero sending abroad over tho
land a very erroneous impression of the
morals of our city and und . served reflec
tions on the many beautiful and sensible
young ladies of which Cairo can boast.
We have received from the publisher,
I. K. Funk it Co., Dey street New York, of
their standard series, the Persian queen and
the Salon of Madam Nieher. Picutures
always attract, whether from the puiuter's
easel of tho author's pen. Professor Twing
is a natural rhetorician and in the Persian
lie has collected a few of some of his most
vivid sketches of a historical and biograph
ical character, with brief monographs
which mirror social and civic life, all of
which glow with his wonted tcrvor of
style, while they impart a healthful moral
stimulus to character. Madame Necker, as
is well known, was the mother of Madame
de Stael. In this volume (vol. Ill) we
have most interesting reminiscences of the
early life of the daughter, and much alxnit
tho social life in France which preceded
tho bloody reign of terror. It is an ex
ceedingly interesting book translated by
Mary Suart Smith.
It is a good thing, a pleasant thing,
and not an unprofitable thing as regards
health, rosy cheeks, sparkling eyes and the
etcetras, to be a farmer's daughter. Not a
farm drudge, a mere dairymaid, a farm
servant, rising with tho sun after sleeping
in an attic; but a woman with a true
poetical love of nature, a keen intellectual
appreciation of the nobler things in life;
aud plenty of leisure to muse and medi
tate, ami to roam through fields ami mea
dows, where the sun shines perennially and
the forest streams whirl along with gentle,
pleasing music and melody. This is tho
ideal country lilc for which the city
dweller sighs for rune months, and fails to
find with constant wearisome labor during
tho balance of tho year. It was such a
farmer's daughter who, under such cir
cumstances, wrote the song of the wheat:
Thii in tho wheat
Tbo wheat well-grown, man's lawful spoil
The new-plucked fruit of patient toll ;
I'ledyo mo the farmer's sinewy hand
Hid courtly acres waiting tttnd;
I'lcdgo mo tho hand IiIh force ran wield
To plow, to now, to reap tho field !
I'.ruUe tho bright heads and break them sore,
Scatter tho chad from door to door,
Show mo tho kernel round and sweet
The nation' bt tad, tho winnowed wheat,
These aro tho men
Tlienuu who cluavo with sturdy stroke
A fallen giant's btiirt of ouk
Now huild for life and life' demands,
And till with bread tlio waiting lands.
C'UhIi rhymo with rhyme the thrasher's long,
Dual blows on blows, strike loud and long;
Tho wrench of hunger drives at length
Tho iron of unyielding strength ;
Wiuld tho bent hladc-aguln, again
And serve tho puny race of men I
TniioiHiii cxposuro in tho war, Mr.
George I. Graham, No. 820 Nineteenth
street Philadelphia, contracted a variety of
ills, and ho says a very troublesome coso of
rheumatism in tho right leg and foot was a
war inheritance that he had tiiod in vain
to get rid of, until he wad rocommended to
try "St. Jacobs Oil." Ho states that ho
felt a slight relief even on tho first applica
tion ot tlio Oil. Before tho first bottlo ho
purchased had boon used up lie hail but
few traces of his rheumatism, and at this
time ho says tho diseaso has entirely left
him, which ho attributes entirely to tho use
ot St. Jacobs Oil. '
Am 18 years old; havo a fair education,
and not afraid to work. Address J. S.,
Diiuogibts say that Lvdia K. PlnWhnn.v
Vogetablo Compound Is tho host remedy
for temalo woakness that they ever hoard,
for it gives universal satisfaction. Send to
Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham. aaa Wustorn av.
uue,Lynn, Mass., fur pamphlets.
LIFE IS TOO SHOET
And weatlmr "riHt smart" loo warm for us to bore the
readers of the Jiitlletin with loiitf advertisements in an at
tempt to refute the insinuations of rival merchants that
ALL LINES of DJt V (U)ODS have not fallen 20 to 25 per cent,
within the last six weeks. How is a merchant who receives
SoodH daily" if it is so bought from drummers or or
dered from t lie western cities, when every child knows that
New York is the headquarters for all lines of Dry Goods, to
know of the bargains this early in tho season. Is not a mer
chant who is mid has been in New York city for some time
more likely to know' Hut then the public, is not interested
in words, for it says in the good book: "by their works ve
shall judge them." J
Upon next Saturday wo shall idace on sale the new arrivals
of Dry Goods bought at reduced prices. Cull and examine
our stock and prices..
New line of (Jiiighams at l cents, worth 12 cents.
A full line of 200 pieces of best brands Calico, Scents.
A complete line, all colors and shades of dress silks, )0
cents, worth $1.25.
50 rolls Black Dunting, all wool, guaranteed, li cents
per yard, worth 20 cents.
Lonsdale Dleached Muslin, i) 1-2 cents.
Dlum Lelce Hill, J! cents.
Fruit of tho Loom, 10 cents.
Mosquito Dars, all colors, 25 cents per bar.
As fast as possible w e will furnish names, brands and
prices of goods bought at the reduced prices. All we ask is,
an examination of our goods and prices.
Upon to-morrow-Saturday-and continuing until further
notice. This is a chance to obtain bargains. Stock now on
hand will be sold at the reduced prices.
"If staple cottons and woolens are advancing and will be
higher," we tell you it is your interest to buy NOW, from
one who says they are lower.
121 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
A. BLACK'S Shoe Store,
ON COMMERCIAL AVENUE, BETWEEN EIGHTH AND NINTH STREETS
Largest Shoe House in Southern Illinois.
Ladies' lluttoned SIioch, Goat or Kid, per pair i
Ladies' Philadelphia Make, worked buttonholes, per pair t 'T,
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Senre Shoes, per pair &0
Ladies' Kid or Goat Newport Ties, Kid Lined, per pair 1 (.
Children's Sole Leather Tips, lluttoned, per pair 125
Ladies' Cloth Top Lut toned Shoes, per pair - i 75
Children's Slippers, any style, per pair f,:, -,
Ladies' Kid Opera Slippers, per pair 2",
Kino Goods in Proportion.
The following letter is now at the City
National bunk, where subscribers to the
rasping, exasperating balky telephone of
Cairo who arc tired ot the thing, can see
ami sign. There should be no banging
back, as Dr. Reynolds used to Bay, "Let us
sing und sign, ami sign und sing," for for
bearance has ceased to be 11 virtue:
Cairo, III., June ','Olh, lSbl.
General Manager of (ulro Telephone Cumpuny:
Deau Sin We, the undersigned sub
scribers to the exchange, would respectful
ly but earnestly cull your attention to the
already notorious and well-known fact that
the telephone system as it exists in Cairo,
owing to the manner of its construction,
tho absence of 11 proper electrician neces
sary to keep it in even a passable condition
and sufficient, competent and attentive as
sistants to the present estimable ami com
petent lady, now in charge at the central
office to operate it, and the very cheap plan
upon which it is attempted to sustain tho
system has, especially tor the past several
weeks, and in spite of constant individ
ual complaints, and' promises to remedy
the evils complained of, become and is
practically useless as a medium of com
munication and of little or no value to the
subscribers thereto. It is not the telephone
for which we contracted to pay our money;
and now, after repeated individual com
plaints, and Bfter waiting in all patience
more than a reasonable time in which to
havo tho evils complained ot remedied, we
now jointly and severally, respectfully but
firmly, givo the Telephone Company to un
derstand and bo informed that, unless all
proper stcpH aro at once and prior to July
1, 1881, takon to remedy tho evils and give
us such a system of telephono no shall
provo successful and satisfactory, wo shall
dcclino to pay for tho same.
Very Respectfully Yours,
A 810.00 Biblical Prize.
Tho publishers of Rutledge's Monthly
offer tho following easy way for Borne ono
to make $10.00:
To the person telling us which is tho
shortest chapter in tho Iliblo by July 10th,
1881, wo will givo $10.00 in gold as a prizo.
The money will bo forwarded to tho winner
July 15th, 1881. Thoso who try for the
prize must send 10 cents with their answer,
for which they will receivo tho August
number of tho Monthly, an excellent Mag
azine of 83 pages, In which will bo pub
lished tho namo and address of tho winner
of tho prizo, with tho correct answer there
to. Address, Rutlodgo Publishing Com
pany, Sprlngtleld, Illinois.
MotiNTED varnished, and paper mans of
Cairo for salo, at Tna Bulletin ofllco.
AtOOhlMl frT)VE for lc. with twnir.m pntu
two lihke pani and t frndrt .-i : mill be (old
or t.'ii dollar. Apply M Hulletlu office.
rO WHOM IT MAY ('ONCE UN :
All pTMti holding Imtldine eertlfirto of tho
C'lr Turn ii'inulnil ar hereby rrijucdU'd to pr
unit tlio Mine to S. Hrhwanltx, (Cltv llrffweryl, for
payment, from Juue l:)lh, liM. to.) line l lih. iv.
JOHN A. KOK1ILEB,
ED. A. M'DKli,
Cr 11 A Jf I)
EXCURSION TO CHICAGO.
ONLY $H.10 FKOM
Cairo to Chicago and Upturn.
Tocnahlo every ono to nltund the errntfft musical
event of the 1'Jih ccutury, tho
Grand Sangcrfcst of the North Ameri
To he held at the Kxponltlon IlnlldliiR, Juno SWi,
3tti, July 1st, U and 3d.
SEVEN GRAND CONCERTS.
A Mighty Chora of 2,O00 8liiKirs. A firand Or
r licBtrH of l.Mi ArtlptH. Among the Solotata will bo
MMK. t'KHCJIK A-LEUTNKH, Germany' Great,
eot Soprano, MISS ANNIE LOUIS OAKY, Mil.
M VUOS W. WII1TNKY.
Grand Picnic at Wright's Grove, Sim
day, July 3d.
In addition in above attraction, the summer
running mooting of tho ,
Chicago Driving Park
WIU ho hold from Juno 25th to July 4th Inclimlvo,
giving vinitor an opportunity of wltiieKlng
rnces between nmo of tho moat noted horecs of
tho American turf. .....
Kxcurclon tlckot will ho fold for tho regular
train of JunattTtb to July lut, Inclimlvu, good to
return ou regular train up to and including July
A. II. DAMSON, Oon'iraM. Agent.
rpAX I'UKCIIASXtt'S NOTICE.
To A. Kan ff man or any other person or persons
You aro hereby notified that, at a nlu ol real e
tnta In tho county of Alexander and Htato of (Illi
nois, held by tho oounty collector of ald county nt
the Houthwtorly door of the court honso, In tho
city or Cairo, In said county and atato, on tho 87th
day of September, A. D. 1S7II, the underalgned
purchased tho following doscrlhed real estate, situ
ntedln tho county of Alexander and stato of Illl
uols, for tho taxes dim and unpaid thereon for tho
years A. D. lST7and 1SVS, togutber with penalties
nud costs: said real estate being taxed In tho nsmo
of A. Kftull'mau. to-wlt: so k of lie X ofaoctlon
7, township II smith, range a west, Tho
time allowed by law for tho redemption of said real
estate will expire on tho SI7th day of .September, A.
1 im. , 11ENKY W JILLS, Purchaser.
Cairo, 111,, Juue l:)tu, A. i). 1SS1.