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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1B82.
Treasurer T 3. Kurth.
Ckrk DiUuU. J, Foley.
Coiinelor--Wm. H. Gilbert.
Marabal-L. II. Meyer.
Fifi'h Ward-T. W. nnUldny. Krnt I-PtIt.
i:lrcnllClerk-A. II. Irvln.
County Treasurer-Mite V . raraer.
hljiiBr John llodire.
Cioruiior-R. Fit.j-erald iia'Hday, A.
County Commil"ner-T. w- "'"u"'
Ulbhi and Peter aup.
Al HO tHPTIsT -Corner Teuth end P'P,f'
I CT'IEKAN-Tblrteeuth itreet; terrlces
L bath l:W i 'cbol 2 P m- B"'
Snnday Scboi t 4W0 p. m. Re. A. scarreu,
KwrYTEKIAN-E'i-hth nreft; preacnUK on
P.. He B.V.U.or.PMtnr.
S .d Walnut mrt-BU: .crvl-M ,M.h 10.
nf;., .very.l.m. Rev. U'Uera, J'rlert.
OT. PATRICK'S-Mtonian C.lLolie) Corner : Stub
b street and Wa.nim.ton d.v Sr.1
oath 0 and in a. a.: Ve.per. 3 p. -5"BdX
I j,. in. errice every d. atsa m. Rev. .WMUSJU
K. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K.R.
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'VAI,AI1. ST. I.OI H PA IKiC K'Y CO.
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t)ily ec?n suiiily. t l'.y.
LLINOIS CENTUAL R. R.
ISliortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Clacago.
Tho Onlv Lino llunuinf;
o DAILY TRAINS
V From Cairo,
Making Direct Connection
Tnis LT Oaiwi:
Arrlvlnffln P. Loiii: m ; Chlfimn.H :30 p.m.;
Conn.'ctiriK nt ixlln nd Kmnuhmn for rinc.n
nuii. Loolsvllle. IndUMapuli" nd pnlnn Kaet.
11:10 li.m. St. l-ioui unci Western
Arrlvlne la St. LuU?:05 p. m., nd connectlnj
for illpoinw Wert.
4:lIO p.m. Kiint Kxjre.
nr8t. Louis nd Chicago, arriving at St. Loots
lO;M)p.m., and Chicago:') a.m
4iUf p.m. Cincinnati Kxpres.
arriving at IMnclnnatl 7:00 a m.; Lonmville T:20
a.m.; IndlauajMilla 4:W a.m. 'aMn(tra by
thin train reach the above potnla lO to 3tJ
UUt'Ks) In advance of any other route.
t-if"Th 4") P. epr18 n(l PLt.LMAS
iriKPIvo CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, wuho-.it
thnaa,aud through aleupera to St. Loola ana
Fust Time East.
Pa cenn ivtiLu T thla line f?o through to Ka.t.
Cuf d by anIay tnti-rvuning. The Siiturdiy' after
noon tralu from Cairo arrive In new i O'lc Momlay
TiornluKatWiW. Thlrty-alx Uouraln advanceol
ny othur route,
rSTKor through ticket Mid further information,
aiitilvat llllnnln Central Kaitrond l.'i-pot. Cairo.
J AO JOHNSON. J. U. JON KB.
Oen . Southern Agent. Ticket Aront.
A. II. UANHON.tien. Pai. Airont. Chlcairo
JJU. W. C. JOCKLYN,
OKFICB-KlRhth Btreet. near Comr-ercla'. Avcnno
H. K. W. WII1TL0CK,
umoi No. 136 Commercial Avonno, botwoeo
Knhthand Ninth Htreot
EORGE II. LEACH, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Special attention pa'd to Iho llomeountUli'. treat
ment of aulciil dlfciife,imdaiin.niie (if womuu
(lllf,: Ou Htli Ktrwt, oppotitu tho roalCfllco,
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
conttantlr on hand
At Seveuty-flve cents' per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trlramlni(f"itr cjar t ahavtngf and make
tli heat iuramer wood for cooiIlk purpoi-ena. well
v the cheapest ever aold In Cairo. Kor black
mlth'i ue lnaettinir tire., they are unequalled
Leave voor order at th Tenth atreet wood rard
5D M H -
QA1R0 CITY FERRY CO.
THREE iSC STATES.
f)n ami afir Moriday. JnneTth, and until tnrther
notice tm finybont will make trip at foliow:
-.ZlTEa LIAVXi LIATia
foot fourth ft. Ml.eonrl Lard (( KenmckyLdg.
8:ii" . m.
10:00 a. ra.
4 :V p. m.
1 n m
g::0 a. m.
10:10 a. n.
t a. m.
11 a. m.
i p. m.
Tf!K It AI.I.IUAT.
iWUV II VT.T.TTi V
XII JU JiaUULLVll
A New and co-npinio TT -t.l. fronUnt: on Levcc
S'conJ aud Kallroad Strci-ta,
Th ra.enL'(T P pot of the Phlcueo, St. Loul
arc .i-w (irl-m: I'ilnol" CentMl; Waiah. St.
Loiitu and I'uriflc; Iun Mountiiin and S-nthern.
Motili-and Ohio : fair and St. I.oiu. Railway
an- all Jim a'M thu mreet: while the Steamboat
Laiiillt t U hut one (" Vtnrt' di.tanl,
Thin Hotel l heatiMl bv uti-am. haa ateain
Laundry. Hvilraulic Klevator, Klc tric Cull Bella.
Automatic Klre- Atarma. Hn:!i. ahuolnlely pure air,
pertei't'ewKraiTH and complete appointment.
Superb funnahln'; perfect rvicc; and an nn
Bxc lled tahlc.
1. V. 1'AUKKIl .fe C().,T,opp
Commorclal Avennc and Eighth Street,
F. B'WSS. Troaulont. IP. NEPt7. Vice Prc'nt
II. WELLS, eiMiler. T. J. Korth, Aaa't cash
F. BrnM C!ro I William K'nen. .Cnlro
Pe'i-rNelT " I William Wolf....
C.M Or'terloh " IC l'-itlcr
K. A. Under " I II.' Wells
J. Y. Clcm'on, Caledonia.
A ClENEIUr, BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange 'old and bought. Inferait paid in
the Savlnir Di-purtment. Collcciloua made aud
all bnaineas promptly attended to.
JfEW YORK STORE,
WU0LE3ALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER & CO.,
Cor, Nineteenth ftreut 1 P-lim Til
ComiuorclalAV4(UUo WHUf lUi
i.iiiiiii" H 1 1 I .
PROPRIETOR OF SrROAT'8 TATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice!
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
I 4 CKED TOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Special tv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
rjIHE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 Oil 10 LEVEE.
A General Banking: business
THOS. "V IIAXjIjIDAV.
JNTEItl'KISE SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BASK.
THOS. "SV. HA.IAAV AY,
8T0VK8 AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OP JOB WORK DONK TO OHDKK
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - Illinois
Cttr Cr.Kim'a Orrtci, I
Cahio, Itx . Mar. 17th. 18J- (
Public notice la hen bv eiv.-u that ouTie'iay the
Ifrlli lisv of April A. ) 1C, a irefieral election will
he held In the city of Cairo, couutv of Alexander,
Mateof Illinola, for ibe election of one alderman
for the regular term of two yeara from each of the
five wa da of the city.
Kor the purpoae of ald election pol will be
Oix-nedaMho 'ol!owlni named pi are, via:
Iu the Firnt ward at the police headquarter in
rtar ol Mr. lUiaa Whiie'a builditij; coruerof Sixth
Hie,t and Ohio levee.
In the Second ward at the engine boufooflhe
It.ir. rh and Ittailv fiwromiilrr.
Iu tho Thltd ward at the engine house of the
Ilmernlan tlrt company.
Iu tliu Kourtb ward, at mi uonri iionae
And In the i'tfth ward, at the engine houae of the
Anchor fire company.
Said election wi l ne open at euni o ciock hi me
mornlni:, aud continue open until seven o'clock In
the afternoon of aume day.
D. J. FOLEY,
BEI'ORT OF THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL BANK
at Cairo, Iu the State ol Illlnol, at the clone of
March 11th, 1882,
Loan and dUconnU $ -411.4 ?2 78
(IvordrnrtK l.Ktl ID
L'. 8. bonda to aecure clrculo-
tlon 60.000 Oil
V S . bond on hand SHI 00
Other ttock, aoiid. aud mort-
CURea 70,615 81
Duo from approved reory
agent . M,4T4 56
Due from other national banki 31,419 Mi
Duo from Suite banki and
hanker 10,309 83
Real etate, furniture aud Ax
til re m. SS.V30D &.
Current expeuaea and taxea
paid ... 3.1 OH 61
Prwnlnm paid 62 50
Check aud othur raah Itcuii. . 1,148 SO
Bill of other Bank 00
Fractional paper currency, .
n ickule and pe uuie 203 00
Silver ,7tlo-ao.n4 00
Iiinl Tender note 1W.00O 00 71,547 811
lledemptlon fund with V. H.
Treaauror, (5 per cent, of cir
Due from U. n, lrea.urer,
other thau B per cent re-
redemption fund 80OOO0
Capital Mock paid in f 1M.00O 00
Hurplu Fund l'JUKX) (Ml
Undivided Profit 17
M atlonal bank note otili-tniid-
ing 45,000 00
Individual aepoKltuniiict to
check W.V).4W n
Demnndcertlflcatoofdepnlt. l'l,7U1 M
Due to other national bank, 1,188 41
Due to Statu bunk mid
bnnkwra 89,1:13 78- nni.VH M
Note and blllt ro dicouutod nO.omi 00
Totai $ 7S7,80l 80
Htatooi iiiinoi. county oi flifxanncr.ru.
I. Thoi. W. llallldiiv, Caahleruf Dim ahov named
bank, do olcnmly wear Hint tho above tMenient
la true to tue tol oi my anowieflKo and Duller.
1no, W. ItAkLiUAr, Caahier.
Hnhacrlbed and iworn to buloru mo till ltH day
or March, 1882. M. J . IIowt.VT,
R. H. CuHNimniAit. )
O. D. WtujANaoN, I Director!.
MEN. WOMEN AND BOOKS.
EDITED IN Tnn INTEKE8T OF THE CAIRO
At the April meeting of the Worann'i
Club and Librnry Association, which will
take ilsco at tho Library room next WeJ
nwliy p. in. &t3o'clo(;kl tho annual re
ports of the Asicintion, for the past year
will be presented and tile election of offi
The Atfo of Piaxitcles, another of the
delightful mries 0f art-papers by Lucy
Mitchell, now running in the centcrv, is
fully equal to thatjwhich preceded it. Tho
Phiuian Age, Jand sho-Va tho perfect ac
quaintance of the author with her oljct.
These articles are to bo read and discussed
at the meetings of tho study class of the W.
C. and L. A. aud form valuable auxiliaries
to tho rovular text book, the History ot Art
Mrs. Dinah Mulock-Craik, nearly always
mentioned as the author of "John Halifax
Gentleman," has prepared for tho press a
Volume of sketches Under tho title of "Plain
Some of tho public schools of New
Haven, Conn., have introduced a fire drill us
part of the exercises a wise precaution
and one worthy to be extensively followed
Mrs. Miriam Florence Leslie, tl widow
of the well known publisher has upon ap
plication to tho court8 of New York, had
her name changed to Frank Leslie, the
name her husband bore. It was not a
mcro whim with her, but a business idea,
as wishes to perpetuate the ntmo of the
Frank Leslie Publishing house of which
s'ic is now the proprietor arxl manager,
Every morning he is found in her office
by half past eight o'clock, and remains
until five in the afternoon. Flie signs all
checks aud money orders, makes all
contracts for supplies of all sorts, looks
over the proofs of a'l articles before they
are published, and makes suggestions con
cerning thu make up of every periodical
before it is sent to preta. In a word, she
is the head of the whole establishraont.
In Mrs Leslie's employ are over four bun
dled people, comprising artists, engraver?,
editors, cmupositori, etc., and thirteen
different periodicals are issued.
In tho death of Henry W. Longfellow
the whole world is bereft in the hearts of
all the English speaking people, and
wherever his matchless verses havo been
translated in other tongues, there is sad
ness and heartfelt sorrow for his loss. Not
prematurely wos he taken; not in tho lull
noontide of his career as Shakespnre, or
the freali morning of life like Keats but
in the golden aud tender glow of life's
eventide; after the burden and heat f the
day was ended. This christian poet was
the noblest representation of American
literature, tho pride of his own land and
race, and admired and revered by all the
world. Beloved alike by prince and peas
ant, by old ago and little children, his
memory will be ever green, his golden
words forever snog. Whero can that
modern poet bo found who has
so stirred the hearts of millions
and lifted them into the higher and
purer relms of sympathy with nature and
communion with God? Of what other
poet can it be written that nothing base,
ignoble or pretty can bo found in all his
writings? Ilisseven "Earlier Poems,""An
April bay," "Woods in Winter," "Hymn
of the Morovivan Nuns," "Sunriso on the
Hills," "Tho spirit of Poetry," and "Burial
of the Minnisink," were written before ho
was nineteen years old. Since his retire
ment in 1845 from the professorship which
he had held in Harvard for twenty years.
Mr. Longfellow has givpn to tho world
"tho autumn fruitage of a mind eminent for
the fragrance and luxurianco of its early
blossoms." His best works, since then,
have bu-n "The Song of Hiawatha," pub
lished in 18")3; "Courtship of Miles Storn
dish," in 18.18; "Tales of a Wayside Inn,"
in 18fl3;"Flower do Luce," in 180(1; his
translation of Dante, in 1807-70; "Now
England Tragedies," in 1809; "Tho Divine
Tragedy," in 1871 ; "Three Books of Song,"
is 1872; and "Tho Hanging of the Crome,"
in 1874. Tho second taken of our great
American triad, Bryant, Longfellow, Whit
:ier, ho is first iu our affections, and his life
i psalui of labor and victory
ELECTION OF SCHOOL - DIRECTORS.
Ouoof the quietest elections ever held in
this city was that of yesterday lor two
members of tho board of school directors
to fill tho vacancies created by tho expira
tion of the terms of Messrs. J. A. Goldstino
and W. Stratton. No announcement of tho
event had been made in tho press, and
honco pooplo were somowhat taken by sur
prise when asked to step around to tho
Rough Bnd Rendy firu compouy's engine
houso and voto.
Tjio pull was thrown open about eight
o'clock in tho morning with Col. James
Rearden and Mr. George Fisher as Judges.
Mchsib. Wood Rilteuhouau and J. A. Gold'
Btiuo were the candidates, neither having
any opposition and they- were, of course,
both elected. The polls closed at five
o'clock, and tho number of vutus cast was
one .hundred and thirty-one. But few
tickets were rctatcbod uud tbwu morn ua
: t i. I. r.:.
der the impression thatynly one of the
gentlemen whoso names they bore was to
be elected, aud that they were opponents,
than because of any objection to either of
them. While it is to be regretted that Mr.
Stratton refused to allow his name to be
Used as a candidato for re election, the
people are fortunate to have such worthy
and capable raon as Messrs. Goldstine and
RittenhoUse elected to fill tho vacancies.
Tho board is now composed of Captain
W. P.IIalliday, Mayor N. B. Thistlewood
and Messrs F. Korsmeyer, J. A. Goldstinc,
Wood Rittenhouse and George Fisher.
Nixt Saturday an election for ono school
trustee will bo held at the Arab fire com
pany's cngins house, to fill the vacancy re
sulting from tho expiration of tho term of
Mr. P. W. Barclay. Tho board of trus
tees is now composed of Messrs. W. L.
Bristol, James Kinnear and P. W. Barclay,
with Mr. J. M. Lansden as treasurer. Who
will bo tho candidate for the vacancy has
not yet been announced, but it is to be
hoped that Mr. Barclay may bo prevailed
upon to become his own successor.
The Dyersburg came out from St. Louis
with a good trip for Dyersburg, Tenn.
She added some freight at the I. C. R. R.
wharfboat, and will return with a big
lumber trip for St.Louis.
The Ste G";nevicvo came up from Mem
phis with a good trip for St. Louis. Mr.
Rowland Porter, late of the Missouri pack
et company, is first cleik. Mr. Masengalo
has been transferred to the City of Green
ville. The next trip will also be Capt.
Geo. Vicker's last trip, betakes command
of tho new City of Cairo, and Capt. George
Carver will have -command of the Ste
The Sea Lion, a little stern wheel tow
boat, passed up to Wheeling with ono barge
loaded with old iron from the south.
The Boaz, which was detained here for
three or four days ou account of burnt
boilers, finished her repairs yesterday aud
left for lipr tow below Cairo.
The City ot Helena was duo from St.
Louis for Memphis, but had not arrived up
toO o'clock la3t night.
The Silverthorn left for the south last
night with a fair trip. She returns again
Capt. John P, Keiscr was to arrive with
the new City of Cairo last night about 11
o'clock, but if she did not will be hero this
morning sure. She will commence loading
at St. Louis for Vicksburg next Thursday,
and will arrive here Friday evening.
The City of Providence passed up to St.
Louis from Vicksburg last night. She has
one thousand bales of cotton for the Wa
bash railroad to reship for tho east. Sho
comes back from St. Louis for Vicksburg
next Tuesday night.
The Giltnore is duo out from St. Louis
last night with a big tow for New Orleans.
She did not intend to stop here longer than
she could coal.
The City of Vicksburg Is tho Vicksburg
packet from St. Louis this afternoon. Sho
has a party of the Cairo ladies aboard.
Giving op His Farm.
A Norwegian farmer is Kclf-possced,
brave nnd clever at all kinds of handi
craft. If he wishes to build a house, ho
goes to the forest, cuts down the treivs,
news them into shape, saws them into
boards, and uses them ns if he had been
a trained carpenter. He can tan leather
and make a hamex or a pair of shoe.
lie is his own blacksmith and miller,
and if ho lives on the coast, his own
shipwright. For amusement ho makes
musical instruments nnd furniture. He
is an expert fisherman nnd a bravo
hunter. When the farmer has becomo
too old for active work the farm eoniea
into possession of the eldest son. Custom
prescribes how the important event shall
take place. Mr. Du Chaillu thus de
scribes such nn event which ho witness
ed in Hiisum:
Dinner being ready, all tho members
of the family seated 'themselves around
the table, tho father taking, as ho had
for years, the head of tho table. All nt
once, his eldest, Roar, who was not
scaled, approached his father and said,
"Father, vou are getting old; let mo
take your place,"
"Oh no, my son," answered the father,
"I am not too old to work; it is not yet
time; wait awhile,"
"() father." said Roar, with nn entreat
ing look, "all your children, and I
nspeclally, are often sorry to see you
look so tired when the day's work is
over. Tho labor of the farm is too much
for you; it is timo for you to rust, and do
notfiing. Rest in your old age. Do let
me tako your plnco at tho head of tho
"Not yet, my son," again answered
the father, and nil tho faces were very
sober, tears being In their eyes, us tho
other children said,
"Now, father, it Is timo for you to
Then, hard as it was fur the sturdy
old man to give up the place he had so
long tilled, ho roso from his chair, and
Hoar seated himself in it. Theneo ho
was tho head of the family and tho
master of tho farm.
Tho father from that day would havo
nothing to do, except to live in com
fortahlt) house and receive u stipulated
union ut til butter, choeso, weal, milk,
grain, Uo-ir, uud poUtuw.
At fifty Yean.
It oem but yeiterdiijr sine we set safl
From our nit port, our happy childhood's
Blnce tbon we'vo weathered many a storttrf
And tnupticd awhile at many a pleasant lanli
We nro frli'd aallora now, and we can fool
llow Btoiulily our bands cuu guide the wheel. ,
But ne n back no more no, nevermorel fj
liver the whsik of wntors all In vain
Wf turn to irnre on childhood's happy shore;
L'pou Lift-' ca no ship turn tuuk airaln.
Ah, well I Then bve hoeu tempests lu the -
And we aro Iu the calm deep seas at hut.
17ow act nil anils, tho wind Is soft and fair,
A hd aky 1 cluudlea aa In day of June;
Ait.-r the mornlutr' stormy flirht nnd euro,
How pleasant la the still, warm afternoon.
Now we may calmly work and calmly rest.
And watch the gun atuk gradually to the weat.
Full many a year we've been tossed to and.
Hut now tho tempest and the care are o'er,
Ami bright, thoukh far away, the bouiu litfbtJ
Why should we weep,-though we return no
Tho port from whleh wj sailed lay cold and
The buvott thitt wc ?lc no storm oan know. -
r An Anecdote of Jennj Lint
Lucy Hamilton Hoo-Hsrm a recent
Paris "letter, tells the following anec
dote of Jenny Lind:
"A Baron told me of a scene that he)
w itnessed at tho opera long years ago,
the trial-hearing of a pale, plain girl,
with abundant fair tresses and great
blue eyes, lie brought, by his descrip
tion, the scene vividly before me; the
dimlv-lighted house, tho fair-haired
child upon the stage, and in the prosce
nium iiox, superb and haughtv, tho
splendid prima donna of the day, llosina
Stollz, whose empire over tho Opera
and the heart of its manager was so su
preme that none of the operas composed
fur the Grand Opera In those days con
tain more than one female role of any
importance, as witness 'La Favorita,'
La Reine de. Chypre,' etc. The song
ended, Madamo Stoltz leaned over, and
said something to the manager, who ad
vanced to the young singer, expressing
in'polite and empty phrases his regret
that her talent and her voice were un
suitable to the requirements of tho
Grand Opera. She heard him in silence,
nnd, folding her modest shawl about
her. she glided from the stage. Arrived
at the exit door, she looked back. 'I
bitl you adieu. Monsieur.1 she said
quietly. 'One day you will implore mo
to return, but T never will return. I
shall never sing again in Paris.' A few
vears later, when' every opera director
Sn Paris was at that young girl's feet,
praying her to accept any possible
terms, the memory of that night stood
between her and the Parisian public, nml
deprived Paris of tho delight of ever lis
tening to the greatest singer of the cen
tury, for the pale, blue-eyed maiden was
The necessity of making marriage
laws brief, simple and comprehensive U
Illustrated by a breeze that has been
recently raised in Wisconsin, and which
has set hundreds of heads of families to
inquiring concerning tho legality of
their marriage. A certain clergyman
by the name of Irish has recently as
serted that more than two-thirds of tho
married peojilo in the State are not,
strictly speaking, married at all, and he
proceeds to substantiate his assertion by
quoting from the Revised Statutes of the
State, w hich explicitly tleelaro that min
isters or priests, before they legally per
form the marriage ceremony, must rile
a copy of their credentials of ordination
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in
ono of the counties of the State. Exami
nation reveals that not ono clergyman
in ten has ever done this, or that either
in ignorance or defiance of the law they
have gone on for years performing mar
riage ceremonies, ami pocketing fees.
Legal gentlemen are of the opinion that
the result will in many cases be serious,
involving many disputes in tho matter
of inheritance, and that tho ownership
of considerable property will becomo
involved in doubt. There is an amus
ing as well as a serious side tolhissocial
perplexity, but from the standpoint of
public niorals such ignorance of so Im
portant a law as the marriage law falls
but little short of criminal. It is a little
difficult to determine just how tho good
iieoplo of Wisconsin should regard Rev.
dr. Irish, whether as a public benef. to
tor or a meddlesome busybody. Jiufton
An Entire Success.
It has been proved by the most reliable
testimony that Thomas' Eclectric Oil is an
entire success in curing the most inveterate
cases of rheumatism, neuralgia, lams back .
and wounds of every description.
Borden, Sellkck & Co., St. Louis, sell
the best and cheapest Car Starter made
With it one man can move a freight car. (1) i
On Thirty Day's Trial.
Wo will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belts and other Electric Appli-
anccson trial for 80 days to young men i
and other persons afflicted with Nervous .
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., jruarantceing '
speedy relief and complete restoration of '
vigor nnd manhood. Also for Rheuma-
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, aud many other r
diseases. Illnstarted pamphlets sent free. .
Address Voltaic Belt.Co., Marshall, Mloh. .
rpAX PURCHASER'S NOTICX.
To B. 0. Hoppe. or any other pron or
peron Interested: You are hereby aotlfled that'
at a nle of reil estate. In the county of Alean
derandataiHuf Illlnol, held by the oonnty col
lector of ld county, at the aouthwcaturlr door of
tha court house In the city of Cairo, in paid eonntf
andataie, on the 8th day of Anient, A. D. 18M,
Charles 0. Palter, purchased tho iollowlngdutcrlb
ed real eabite situated in tho first addition to the
city of Cairo, county of Alexander and arate of IHI
not, for the luxe due and nnnald thereon for tha
yeara A. 1) 1S74. 187S. IsTrt. lufr, 1878 and 1879. lo-
8 ether with penalties and cocta; laid real tta e
Dine taxed In tho namo of aald B. 0. Hoppe,
to-witi Lots numbered ene U), twofl three- (Si,.
foiif(4)and thirty-nine (), lu block numbered
ninety OHO. In aald flrat addition to the city of
Cairo. Tho time allowed by law for therednmu
tlnn of aald real tate will plre or the th.
day of Auiit, A. D ISSJ.
CIIARI.K8 0. PATIIR, Farctpae
Cairo, Mi. , March, aim. A. D. 1.',