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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1882.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice latnte column. etnt eents par ttna for
rtaiid Bra eerita par line each tinapa.uent Ineor
linn. Kor one woek. SOcente per line. Kor oue
month, 60 cent per line.
We tr inliirtfl to announce the. nana oi
iiuiipu HimHonA a candidate for re-flee
ii.n in the ofllca rf Alderman ol lho fourth ward
at tbe ensuing city election.
Use The Cairo Bulletin perforated
acratch-book, made of calendered jute
inanilla, equally good lor ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the otnee. W o. a ana
t. five and ten cenU each by tho single one,
by the doieo or by the hundred, no varia
tion in price.
Mr. F. L. GxBNiooik has opened a new
barber show on Sixth street corner Com
; Grand Easter Ball.
The Halliday Guards will give a jrrand
ball at Hartman's hall on ' Easter Monday.
It will be the event of the season.
COMMITTEE OF AMtANOKMKNTS.
Harry Manny, . R. English,
Wm. McEwen, Wm. Dewitt,
F. McGinnis, Jno. English.
Mr. Gehnioox invites his friends to call
at his new sbpp on Sixth street.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
tad stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aud for tale at the Cairo Bulletin
An election for one school trustee will
be held at the Arab engine house iu this
city on Saturday, April 8th, 1882.
J. M. Lansdex.
The above will be paid to any one who
will furnish proof sufficient to convict per
sons gulity of committing a nuisance in
the Hibernian engine-house.
A New Barker 8uop neat and hand
somely equipped just opened by F. L.
Gernigon in the building, corner Sixth and
Commercial. Call and see him.
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Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
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indorsements of physicians or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Rock and Rye." The
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and testimonies from every
qutrterof the country, attesting tho stim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, are in
possession of the proprietors, and can le
adduced to convince the most skeptical
roader ot its intrinic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant taste and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are afflicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to be secured by the use of Tolu, Rock
and Rye. Chicago Times.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice la thete eoinmm, tan cants par Una,
ten luaruon. Marked
New wall paper at Jcfl Clark's.
For Sale County orders, apply at
this office for information. It
The house of Pettis & Meredith sports
a han isome new sign.
Wednesday evening Mr. John rieffly
and Miss Julia S. Wiloford were united in
marriage by Magistrate Comings.
Buy Dado window curtains from Jeff
M. Clark. tf.
Mr. Patrick Mockler Is having a large
porch and awning built in front of his eat
ing house on Commercial avenue.
The local elections held in Otio re
cently resulted in general democratic vic
Blanks to be filled In for publication
of tax purchasers notico will be furnished
free of charge on application at The Bul
letin office. tl.
Sea Jeff Clark's - wall paper before
The Cairo. Temperance Reform Club
will bold a meeting this (Friday) evening
at their hall for the election of officers.
The business is important and a full at
tendance is desired, It
Mr. Jacob Klee is fitting up a largo
new ice box at the corner of Eighth street
and Ohio Levee, preparatory to accom
modating the public with congealed water
duriagthe coming warm Weather.
The Ilalliday guards have postponed
the time for drilling for tho elegant medal
prepared by Mr. E. A. Budcr and which
will be presented to the best drilleJ man
in tho company. The contest will begin in
about a week.
AH latest styles of wall paper at Jeff
The steamer Gen. Bernard, loaded with
government rations for Tiptouvillo, Tenn.,
Memphis and VicksbJrg, arrived here
Welntsl8y forenoon. She aWo had on
board 800 sncUsof send corn from the re
lief commerce of St. Louis, to be dis
tributed at different landings along the
Tho proper thing to do now is to pay
a visit to tho beautiful green house of
Mr rwiicher at tho new levee, As
fine an assortment of handsome and
thrifty plants as one would wish to scow
there displayed and tho temptation to pur
chaso is irresistabln. The lako has been
a great assistant to Mr. BesRochcr making
as it docs his garden easy of access by
A greater variety, aud more beautiful
and a greater number of pictures cir
eulated in the city by the Oliver Doud
Byron company has never been circulated
by any theatrical company in this city
beforo. They attract tho eye in every
street, almost in every show window; am:
compel admiration from all. A -walk
through the streets is almost equal to
seeing a panoramo of striking scenes in
bright colors and from the real life.
President Arthur has vetoed the
Chinese bill because it violates our treaty
with the Chinese government, ana because
the Chinese "have done much trood for this
country." It seems that no attempt will bo
niado to pass the bill over his veto, though
it received in its first passage eight more
that a two-third vote in tbe house and
lacked only one in the senate. It is believed
that the action of the president will result
in giving democrats the house of represent
The young men who have undertaken
the task of raising enough money by sub
scription to lease First Lake, in Kentucky,
and reserve it exclusively tor Cairo fishing
parties had succeeded yesterday in obtain
ing subscriptions to the amount of nearly
ninety dollars. It appears therefore that
the undertaking will be a complete success
and that the young men of Cairo, and the
old ones too, will have much sport in the
way of grand fishing parties during the
The warden of the Chester penitentiary
reports to the governor that there were 401
convicts in that prison on February 28;
received during March 51, and fl were dis
charged during the same time, leaving 4 10
on hand March 31. The warden of the
Joliet institution reports 1,420 convicts on
hand March 1; received during the month,
99; discharged during March, 51. Show
ing a total in that prison on April 1 of
1,487. Of the 08 received duriog March
Cook county sent 89.
As announced in yesterday's Bulletin
tho Woman's Christian Temperance
Union held a regular meeting at
Reform ball on Eighth street yesterday
afternoon. Tho members were out in full
force and much interest was manifested
in the proceedings, the principal features
of which were of moro than ordinary Im
portance. 'Mri, Al. W. SIoo resigned her
position as president of tho union and
was succeeded in that office by Mrs. Wood
Rittcnhouso, and Miss Jennio Wilson was
elected secretary in place of Miss Annie
Jones who resigned because of illness.
East St. Louis Gazette: "Dead horses
are bought at the National Stock Yards in
this city by persons from St. Louis and
manufactured into oleomargarine or "Gosh
en butter." Tins nasty stun is men
shipped down Kha river and sold as a good
articlo. Some nf it finds its way back to
St. Louis where it is sold at U0 and 85
cents a pound. Detectives have traced it
from the time it whs on the streets in the
bodies of horses and dead rows until it was
put up , in firkins bearing the label
"Goshen Butter."--! it necessary to beg
the readers of Tub Bulletin to buy only
Mr. W, F. Lambdin, who has boen the
efficient river editor of the Enterprise since
the first publication of the paper in this
c.ty, has severed his connection with us and
will this morning leave for Cairo to take
charge of the river column of The Cairo
Bulletin. Mr. Lambdin has attended to
his duties faithfully, and even in the silent
hours of the night visited the various
steamers, and wo can truthfully say that he
has closely watched his business, and we
wish turn success in his adopted home.'
Paducah Enterprise. ,
Mr. Lambdin will assume the duties of
tlio river department of The Bulletin
first of next week. River men and our cit
izens generally will find him obliging and
courteous, ash avo boen all tho able gentle
men connected with that part of tho office
llo will Dot cooflno himself . strictly to the
river, but will attend to other branches of
Some splendid work was dono yester
day on Eithth street by throo or four tuams
and half a dozen men under tho direction
of Chief Myers in tho capacity of health
officers. First, the guttors along each aid
were cleared of all filth, which was thrown
in heaps along the sides of the street, then
a scraper was put to work and all tho ac
cumulated dirt on the crown of
tho strcot was gathered toj
gcther, also in heaps, aud then several
teams hauled the dirt away and left it in
tho ruts and cavities worn in the other
stroots. As a result of this proceeding
Eighth street, between tho avenues, is as
good as new. Tho macadam gavo but
very little cvidenco oi wear, and this was
repaired with a few shovelfuls of broken
rocks. Chief Myers and Alderman Blako
will extend their operations to all tno
streets in tho city, subjecting them to a
proms of cleaning and lepuiring which
will tree them from the many bogs of
every bI.o and depth, mid muke them
Mings of beauty and of joy.
Tho Illinois sennto apportionment com
mittee agreed on the senatorial apportion
ment for tho state outside of Cook county.
It is Baid it makes twenty-six out of the
forty-one district outaido of the ten in Cook
couuty, republican. ' If tho bill is to bo
adopted by the general assembly it lots no
doubt been arranged at Washington and
sent to Springfield to be enacted .Into a
law. It is said that orders have been is
sued from the federal capital and of the
Btalwart section that this extra session
must coino to a close at once, not lasting
longer than two weeks from last Saturday.
The new senatorial districts will probably
be reported to a joint caucus to-night. By
the arrangement making Franklin, Wil
liamson, Johnson and Pulaski a district,
serious difficulties in the stnwlart camp in
Southern Illinois have been adjusted, send
ing one more Green B. Raum man to tho
enato and two additional member of the
house, if tho gerrymandering in that part
of the, statu don't fail. It was originally
intended to group Pulaski, Johnson, Pope,
Hardin and Massac, thus creating, as it
was claimed by the Raum men, only one
republican district, who have now, it seems,
been able to convince the committee that
an additional district will be secured to
stalwartism in Egypt.
Later developments prove beyond
doubt that the man shot at St. Joseph, Mo
by Robert Ford on Monday was tho real
Jesse James. . TheMiootist was one of the
gang and was in the confidence of James,
The circumstances of tho killing were as
follows: It was between nine and
ten o'clock in the morning,
Breakfast was over. Charley Ford and
Jesse James had been in the stable curry.
ing the horses, preparatory to their night
ride. On returning to tho room where
Kuocrt fora was, Jesse said: "its an
awfully hot day." Ho pulled off his coat
and vest and tossed them on the bed.
Then he unbuckled the belt in which he
carried two 45 calibre revolvers, ono
Smith & Wesson, and the other a Colt, and
laid them on the' bed with his coat and
vest. He then picked up a dusting brush
with the intention of dusting some pic
tures which hung on the wall. To do this,
he got on a chair. His back was now
turned to the brothers, who silently step
ped between Jesse and his revolvers, and at
a motion from Charley both drew their
guns, lwbcrt was tho quickest of the two.
In one motion he had tho long weapon to
a level with his eye, with the muzzle not
less than two nor more than four feet from
the back of the outlaw's head. Even in
that motion, quick as thought, there .was
something which did not escape tho acute
ears of tho hunted nun. lie made a mo
tion as if to turn his head to ascertain the
causa of that suspicious sound but too
late. A nervous pressure on the trigger, a
quick flsb, a sharp report, and the well
directed ball crushed through the outlaw's
skull. There was not an outcry, just a
swaying of the body, and it fell heavily
back upon the carpeted floor. The shot
had teen fatal and all the bullets iu the
chambeis of Charley's revolver still direct
ed at Jesse's head could not more effectual
ly have decided the fate of the greatest
bandit and freebooter that ever figured In
the pages of a couutry's history. The ball
had entered the base of the skull and
made its way out through the forehead,
over the left eye. It had been fired out of
a Colt's 43-caIebrc, improved pattern, silver
mounted and pearl-handled pistol, pre
sented by the dead man to his slayer only a
few days ago. Tlio authorities were noti
fied and the remains were taken in charge
by them. The Ford boys surrendered
themselves to tho officers of the law, and
the inquest is in progress.
The Opera House company finds some
troublo at times with owners or controllers
of old fences or old slab-sided Bhanties,
who object to having the said old fences
and slab-sided shanties decorated with
fancy show bills, advertising a coming
troupe except for a money consideration.
Tho opera houso managers feel some dis
satisfaction at this exhibition of selfishness
on tho part of the owners of these old
fences and slab sided shanties; they argue
that they have invested fifty thousand dol
lars in a grand institution in this city; am:
institution from which the city and the peo
pie derive great benefit in many ways;
while seeking to make their investment
profitable, they also seek to furnish the
people with elevating amusement; they feel
that the opera house contributes much to
ward the good and prosperity of tho city.
and that therefore it is entitled to the sup
port of tho citizens generally. In fact they
wen go so fur as to claim that they should
have the free use of old fences and slab
sided shanties upon which to post bills, In
forming the public when a grand enter
tainiiient may be expected. The opera
bouse managers expect too much. All that
they claim tor their elegant institution is
incontestable, and it is also true that the
opera house is entitled to the hearty sup
port of all citizens who are not owners or
controlers of old fences and slab-sided shan
ties; but when the managers claim that
they should bo allowed to advertise their
troupes by sticking fancy bills on old fences
and slab-sided shanties free of charge, they
claim entirely too much. It may bo truo
that such Ht'vertlHing docs not coBt the
owners of old fences and slab skbid ehan
tics anything, out it is a very Important
privilege to tho manager mil thu opera
house company who imvo invested their
money solely for selfish purpose, and,
therefore, they should bo willing to pay
well for it. Every owner of a window or
an old fenco or a slab-sided shanty should,
whenever it becomes known that a theatre
troupe is to bo advertised, place a guard
over such window or old fouco or slab
sided shanty, carefully count his family,
rush around among bis neighbors . and
relatives and count their families.nd then
fix the value of the privilege I of hanging
fancy bills on his window or old fence or
slab-sided shanty at as many tickets as
thero are member in his own family, iu his
neighbors' families and in his relatives'
families. The Bulletin gives this hint
confidentially and hopes thut it will bo
heeded, because, if it id heeded by . all
owners of show windows and old fences
and slab Bided shanties in tlio city, tnc
opera houso will always be well patronized
by'paying auidences no "dead heads"; the
opera houso management will leer greatly
encouraged and will use every endeavor to
bring good troupes to the city, which will
draw immense crowds from all the cities
around us, and the troupes themselves
will feel that Cairo is one of the best and
most profitable theatre towns on the route.
From the documents placed on record
in the circuit clerk's office of this county,
giving the terms of transfer of the nar
row guage railroad to its present owners, it
appears that tho railroad and all it append
ages were sold under a decree of the
United States supreme court for the south
em distrct of Illinois. It was sold to
satisfy the first mortgage bond aud twenty
per cunt interest thereon; it was bought
iu (?) by Messrs. Jo?iah A. Horsey und
Charles J. Canda for the sum of four mil
lion dollars; the improvements tuadu upou
the road by Mr. Smithers as receiver were
also included in the salu (?) Messrs
Horsey and Canda then sold(?) tho whole
concernd to the present owner, the Ann
terdam gentlemen, for tlio sum of.fi5.uOO,
000; and these gentlemen mortgaged it
back to Messrs W. II. Smithers an 1 Josiah
A. Horsey for the sum of 3,(J0O,O00. This
is the transaction as it appear I rum the
documents on record ; it is the transaction
as seen by an uninformed public at a oi
tnnce; it is the transaction as turned nut
of tho legal tinker-shop with its naked
ugliness hidden, its rouzh points smoothed
over; it is the hull ot the
egg upon which a brood of
unscrupulous railroad sharks -sat uutil its
internal rottenness smelled to the skies,
but with its shell polished aud its odor
neutralized. The four million dollars
for which the road wa sold (?) were never
puid over; the twenty per cent inter
est on the first mortgage bond-,
to pay which the road was
expressly sold under a decrca of tho court
ha never been paid; the six million five
hundred thousand dollars for which the
road was sold by Messrs. Horsey and
Canda was never paid over; but the Amster
dam sharks, together with Messrs- Horsey
and Canda, took possession of the road and
a'l its belongings and by.an infamously ingen
iousaoheme swindled the small stock holders
(of which Cairo and Alexander county were
two) outf their share, and formed the pres
ent poor but honest concernwhich, accord
ing to Col. Hamilton 'a admission, ha m tde
over half a million dollars out of tho "re-
organization." Perhaps tha only undis-
rtMliuo1 frfwith Thu rliuau trm-it i Li 1 1 .LiaiiiiimlI.,
t rjva ll uill Wjrfc 1 wIFO I vv''l 'lw4 Lr, U 111 Ull I 3
convey isfirst.thatthe road increased in val
ue, uuder Mr. W. H. Smither's receivership
about two million six hundred thousand
dollars, which enabled Messrs. Horsey am)
Canda, after having bought (?) it under a
decree of court for four million dollars, to
sell (?) it to tbe present Amsterdam com
pany, together with "tho property etc., ac
quired by Mr. Smithers as receiver," lor
six million five hundred thousand dollars.
The second undisguised truth is, that the
road ha been mortgaged for two million
five hundred thousand dollar to Messrs.
W. II. Smithers and Josiah A. Horsey.
This two million five hundred thousand
dollars is to be used in extending the road
from Columbia, Monroe county, a little vil
lage eighteen miles this Hi'lo of.Enst'Ht.
Louis, (to reach which from Mutphysboro
it costs ten cents more than it docs to go
through to East St. Louis) to Georgetown'
in St. Clair county. At least this is under
stood to bo the purpose of tho present man
agement and it is probably correctly un
Mrs. A. II. Irvln left 'yesterday for Anna
to attend her daughter Mary who is ill in
Mrs. Wm. Emery who has been visiting
in Vinconnes for sorao timo, returned home
Mr. C. Koch left yesterday morning for
St. Louis on business.!
Tho many friends of tho happy couple
were agreeably surprised' yesterday morn
ing at tho announcement that Mr. Hazzard
Martin and Miss Kittie Cain were married
the evening before. The arrangements for
the event and tho event itself had taken
place bo quietly that but few, if any, knew
of them in time to indulgo in any com
mont. Tho ceremony took placo in tlio parson
age of tho Prcsbyteriun church, in tho pres
ence of a few near relatives of tho brido.
Rov. B. Y. Ooorgo officiated.
Both young people nro among our moit
estimable young citizens. Mr. Martin has
for several years beeu known us au efficient
J. BUMS. & BBO.
Will donato ono hundred dollars to any charltablo institution the mayor of Cairo may
designate, provided it can bo truthfully stated that we in aoy instance advertise good
qualities and prices, that wo cannot show. It is a fact that at times wo mention prlcea
for certain lines of goods that arc so ridiculously low as to seem impossible' to tho
public, and even to other dealers, and wo do not blanu thorn for their Incredulity, bo
Ing nstlicy are, unaware of tho advantage hwI facilities wo have for obtaining at cer
tain times largo lot of theinwt dosirtble -y)l at prices greatly under their real value
und hero nro the
ADVANTAGES AVE 'HAVE:
FIRST The quantity of merchandise we buy to supply our numerous stores.
SECOND We have ample capital and nro prepared to buy cash down.
THIKD-We uro at all times represented in eastern markets by resident buyer,
who is always ou the lookout.
Now.it is by taking advantage of these opportunities that we do from time to time,
nnme such apparently ridiculously low prices. For instunce we are selling Middlesex
Blue Flannel Suit, each suit bear tho ticket with full name Middlesex Co. 10.00..Nooo
genuine without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Suit for $!)..V), worth $15.00. A very nob
by Rod Silk Mixed Suit at $12 50, worth $19.00. We do not sell coods lor less than coat.
Wo want it distinctly understood that wo make a small profit on everything we sell, for
that principle by which a merchant can sell uod for less than coward still keep store,
has never yet been discovered. Come agd see our goods. You will not be imjtortuned
J. J3TIEGER &BRO,
At Palace Clothing House,
108 Commercial Averyuts
officeroftho law, and Mis Cain is the
daughter of our Uto city, jailor Andrew
Cain and a veryeitiuvtbloyoua lady. The
Bulletin wishes Mr. aud Mrs. Martin a
long and happy life.
NEWS NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Do L-sscps denies any attention to take
up the Nicaraguan concession.
There are to li more habeas corpus pro
ceeding in Sergt. Mason's case.
The work of repairing the levees in Mis
sissippi is to be vigorously pui-bed.
A Jewish family of nine person have
been tnuidered by soldier in Russia.
Wm. Bruzil, a switchman, was killed by a
train in East St. Louis ut uiiJnightTuesday.
A deciwon on the motion to quash cer
tuiu of tho star-route indictments is ex
Change in tlie Hritish cabinet are ex
pected owing to the disagreement over the
Two mysterious individ'inU havo sillied
far ih from Diiiys, TtXis to avenge the
death ul Jc.vk James.
Suits for d innges far Ms of freight are
to be br UK"t against tho owner of the
steamar Goldeu City.
J : R ATE V UL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT.
Kiiitor llo Iu'.id:
Wo desire, through the columns of yi.nr
paper, to return unfeigned thank of ifrati
tude for kind remembrance on the ic-
cusiou of our fiftieth unniversary, which
occurred on the -4th iustsnt. In conse
quence of the recent death of a brother,
and remoteness of children and grand
children, we determined to let the duy pass
in quiet solitude, but the old axiom til it
wedding like murder will out. We were,
on ttiat day and evening most thoroughly'
surprised by being mado tbe n cipients of
remembrances from i kind friend in this
city snd elsewhere, which are not alone
valuable for their intrinsic golden valip
and exquisite beauty, but have made n
indelible imprint upon our he.trt that
death alone can efface. It would be a vuin
hope on our part to think of ever recipro
cating iu like kind. Were we notin same
appropriate manner to manifest our gratitude
to worthy friends it might bo deemed an
innovation too great to be forgiven.
Therefore, esteemed friends, with thanks
of gratitude inexpiessible, we will only add
that our sincere desire and fervent prayer
is that each of your lives may bo spared to
enjoy the rare blessing we havo boon per
mitted to celebrate.
Mh. and Mrs. Thomas Lewi.
Cairo, III., April 0th, 1882.
Jos. L. Foote, the Oommodore, Elgin,
III., says Thomas' F.clectric Oil cured him
of sciutica with one application, thorough,
ly applied. It also cured him of a severe
cold and rough. He thinks it a very val
uable remedy, and will never bu without it.
Kidney Complaint Cured.
B. Turner, Rochester, N. Y., writes : "I
have been for over a year subject to serious
disorders of the kidneys, and often unable
to attend to business; I procured your Bur
dock Blood Bitters, and whs relieved before
half a bottle was used. I intend to con
tinue, as I feel confident that they will en
tirely cure me.n Price $1.00.
Fkveiib and Intermittent of nil kinds
arc speedily relieved and entirely oured by
using Wright's Indian Vegetable' Pills. (5)
Send tor circular ot new style of Hopper
Scale with Leveling attachment. Borden,
Sellcck & Co., St. Louis. (2)
Ion lame buck, sideorchcHt, uxeShiloh's
Porous Planter. Prico 25 cunts. PutilO
Schuh, Agent. 0
Honorable Mention, ,
Ot all the remedies on earth that well
may claim attention, Dr. Thomas' Kcleetrlc
Oil commands especial mention. Fur won.
drous power to cure disease, its fame there's
none enn thmttln. Its merits uio not In
tlio pull', but are inside the bottle. Rheu
matism, neuralgia, sore throat. iiMthum,
bronchitis, diphtheria, etc., are all cured by
Thomas' Eclectiic Oil.
It is no longer an idle dream of boast
ing to affirm that Fellows' Hypophosphitrs,
wherein ure united nature' forces, will
strengthen man and make his life not only
indurahle, but sparkling with rude and
joyous health. Fellows Hypophosphites sup
plies tbe ingredients which constitnte
healthy blood, and impart the the ele
ments which give vitality.
Sow lu? aud Bwpinr.
When a young lady ht-ms handkerchief
for a rich bachelor, she news that she may
nnp. When seed of disease are planted
tuniugh over indulkfence, you can prevent
the undertaker from reaping the benefit by
iisinif Spring Bloom. Pricf 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents.
by the community at large has been given
to Burdock BIhm Bitters. 'No instance is
known where? the disxatisfaction ha hrtn
m inileste l by their iim, or where aught
but U ni'tlt followed their administration.
Price ft 00.
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April 10 and 11,
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MONDAY MOHTlhr tret popular plar and
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ACROSS ? CONTINENT
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TERTY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ON THE 17TH DAY OF APRIL,
A. D. 1882,
At in o'clock In (he fortinoMt-attha frelgkl honia
ol tha M Lnui, Irou Mountain and Houthra rail
way company In the city of Cairo. tate of llnnol,
thi! folluwInK diicriliv(l article conait;nt aa below
will he auld al ixibllc auoliou, lope; obarirea vlt:
J. U. ltuvd P-f 01) Wheel
Wm bhiijr n,MH....M.M. ...... I cbcat tools
L. 8 1 .Hi ........ 1 b3 aundrlea
Umia llcrbart........ 1 bdl. of larka
II. W. Kraokua....M.HM........... t keg beer
' Do. HMHM.HMNI ..MM..... bear kega
Bllv llehraw. Co.... . brer kga
U. Fraukon........ A beer k'ga
A.Lolit 1 hfbrl cider
.1 Krixiroril h 1 1"'1," a Hood
Mtt ttl' lliitinix Ibol aundrlea
W. T. JohtiKon 1 client Inula
a a at I
Uanry Wood M h,," power
I,oiil Herbert beer ki'ga
HarrlKiin Woods . J op "J" pod
llannon Aco box hardware
'X'but the amo have bueil ruculvea bv the At Louie
Iron Mountain and Southern railway cunpatiy aa
I'Dinmon cnrrlerx, In tho ri'Ktiliir eonrsu ol Iiukiiicm
ciinaluni'd aa nhovu In Cairo, llllliula,ttlid liuvobevu
lii'ld tlio time required li.v law.
Tl IB T. l.olTn. IKON MOUNTAIN AND
hOlTUlCKN ,JtII.WAY COMPANY, I1Y
II. It. MILmVK.N, AUK.NT,
DutwlMariU aid, ISM.