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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL ft. 188$ .
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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BSTUHBD AT TUB T08T OFF101 IN Ca.1110
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ufluiAL PAP6K OF CITY AND OOUNTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticw In tuiaeolnran. elgnl conii per line for
II ml ami ne cent pur line cn aunaequeiu iucr-
11., i, Knr nilfl WWk. 3U CDDtt POf liUU. for OU6
month, SO ceuta per lino.
We itrn authorized lo announce the name of
jMioU'U SW'OltoDA a candiduto for re-election
to the office of Aldortnau ol tho Fourth ward
at the cnauluj; city elcliou.
Use Tub Caiko Bullktir perforated
scratch-book, mado pf calendered jute
mauilla, equally Kood lor ink or pencil. For
'sale, in three sizes, at the office. No. 2 and
3. five and ten cent each by the single oae,
by the down or by the hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
Mh. F. L. Gernioo.n will open a new
barbershop on Sixth street near Com
mercial avenue, on the 15th.
Ladies Muslin Uudt rwear.
A HEW F.EPAKTMEET.
stuaut's ror-uun and heliauls
We have have just opened a very large
line of Ladies' Muslin Underwear which we
have placed in charge of our lady ssbist
ants. These goods have been manufactur
ed especially for our trade and of good ma
terial, and all well made and cicely finish
ed and we offer them at prices as low as
they can be had in Chicago or St. Louis.
You will save money by buying these goods
ready made. Please ask our lady assist
ants to show you the goods.
It C. R. Stcaut.
House on south side of Fourth street, near
Washington avenue suitable for business
or boarding house. Enquire of II. Burk,
corner of Fourth street and Washington
Grand Opening- and Grand Display
Of millinery and fancy goods, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, April 13, 14 and 15,
1833 at Mas. t3. Williamson's, Seventh
street, one door west of Commercial avenue.
You are cordially invited to come and
lbok through our elegant assortment of
In order to introduce our seeds we will
send the following choice varieties upon
receipt ol 40c:
Pausy 35 elegant varities; Aster 20 new
varities; Pink 12 varities; Fit leaved Holly
Hock; Japan Lilly; Czar Sunflower; Ice
Plant; Bottle Gourd, Quadruple Tansy;
Watermellon. (Long Island average weight
22 to HO pound.) II. I . btiiono,
Springfield, Mass. LB 200.
- Grand Easter Ball.
The Halliday Guards will give a grand
ball at Hartman's hall on Easter Monday.
It will be THE event of the season.
COMMITTEE OK ATUIANOEM ENTS.
Harry Manny, H. English,
Wrn. MsEwen, Wm.Dewitt,
F. McGiunis, Jno. English.
Mr. Geiikkion invites his friends to call
at his new shop on Sixth street.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
i . Election Notice.
An election for one school trustee will
be held at the Arab ungine house In this
city on Saturday, April 8th, 1SH2.
J. M. Lanhde.w
The above will be paid to any one who
will furnish proof sullicieut to convict pur
sons gulity of committing a nuisance iu
the Hibernian engine-house.
A New Bamt.kk Saor neat and hand
somely equipped just opened by F. L
Gerniiron in the building, corner 8ixth and
Commercial. Call and see him.
A Popular Tonic
FOHWK,K LUNOS AND CONSUMPTION.
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Colds, 8oro Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of the disease, has ever met with the
indorsements of phvMciuns or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Rock and Bye." The
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and testimonals from every
quarter of the country, attesting tho stim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, are in
possession of the proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince the most skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having i
plvasant taste and ngreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who arc alllictcd or pining
away with pulmonary weakness ot the re
lief to be secured by tho use of Tolu, Kock
and Kye. Chicago limes.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlets In them com mm, ton cant par line,
ikb iuivtuuu. jnaraeu -
New wall paper at Jeft Clark's.
Read nolico of house fur rent
Buy Dado window curtains from Jen
M. Clark. tf.
Seo notice of Mr. U. K. Stewart, call
iug attention, to a lino of ladies' muslin
Bead tho notice in special locals of the
grand opening to bo given by Mrs. S. Will
iamson at her millinary establishment on
Seventh street, on tho 13th 14th and 15th
Wo will put on salo Monday
morning a full lino of ingrains
carpets, two and threo ply, all
wool Brussels and Body Brussels, hemp,
carpets, oil ckths, mattings; all at reduced
prices on account of tho great decline that
has taken place in tho last week in New
York City. Only one house in the city
offers the benefit of the decline to the pub
lic, and that ono houso is J. Burger. Call
and see us before you purchase clscwhero.
J. Bukgku, 124 Commercial oveune.
All latest styles of wall paper at Jeff
Do not fail to examine our lino of
ladies1 and childrens custom shoes before
making purchases elsewhere. We offer a
line of gents fine hand sewed shoes worth
$()00, at 400 per pair to close. Stcart.
The Ferryboat Threo States will make
an Easter excursion to Fort Jefferson, leav
ing ot 2 o'clock. Fare for round trip 23c.
Children half price. Will remain long
enou'Th lor passengers to c;imo the mils
and gather a bouquet of wild flours.
Blanks to bo filled in for publication
of tax purchasers notice will be furnished
free of charge on application at The Bul
letin office. tt.
See Jeff Clark's wall paper before
The sad news was brought to Tub
Bclletin lute last evening that Mrs. John
Hefflv, whose marriage to Mr. Ileffly was
announced only a day or two ago, died
suddenly yesterday afternoon at her home
in the Vincent building at the corner of
Eighth street and Ohio levee.
For the Opera Moiday night, ,T.
Burger has opened the very latest "opera
collars, and a full line of "opera gloves''
Foster, brand, five and seven button Prices
reduced. A great variety of "opera fans'
which will be on exhibition Monday morn
ing, April 10th. Please call and sec them.
Riin fell as follows in the northwest
during the twenty-four hours ending at
two o'clock yesterday afternoon : Chatta
nooga, 22-100; Cincinnati; 1-100; Daven
port, 33-100; Keokuk, 40-100; LaCross,
17-100; Nashuille, 0-100; St. Louis, 10-100;
St. Paul, 8-100. The thermometer was
mostly on a decline, tho average state as
reported from nineteen points being sixty
seven degrees above zero.
The Ohio river stood at thirty-four
feet two and a half inches yesterday after
noon at ono o'clock, having fallen ono foot
two and a half inches during tho previous
twenty-four hours. At points above hero
the rivers moved as follows during the Banie
period of time: Chattanooga, rose three
inches; Cincinnati, fell mo foot two inches;
Louisville, fell one inch; Nashville, fell one
foot threo inches, St. Louis, fell one inch.
We are now in daily receipt of spring
and Bummer novelties in dress goods,
hosiery, gloves, ribbons, laces, buttons,
dress trimming, etc. Having delayed pur-
purchases until within tho past two weeks,
we have succeeded in making some very
favorable purchases and at prices much be
low those prevailing 30 d;iys since. Buyers
of dry goods who will favor us with their
patronage will save money. Please com
pare our prices with prices elsewhero be
fore you buy. (1) Stuart.
As Spring approaches, ants and roach
es from their holes come out; and
mice and rats, in spite of cats, gaily skip
about. Tho honey boo is getting down to
"buzz;" the horse-fly lends his presence to
tho scene; the clucking hen has been "set"
to work ; the small boy digs a worm at the
back of the garden, tho seeds are being put
in their littlo "bods;" tho martin builds
his "castles in the air," and tho house-wife
beats the carpet in tho back yard.
Tho outlet advocates now want a dozen
outlets opened to "relievo the Mississippi
river." These wiseacres forget that fifty
outlets have been opened during tho last
two months, and tho destruction of proper
ty has been without parallel in conse
quence. What these people uro really af
ter Is tho destruction of the city of New
Orleans as acommerclal city. Tho Chica
go and Cincinnati papers are vory promi
nent in their efforts to secure tho adoption
of a plan to make shoal water in the Missis
Yesterday Mr. Fred. Koehlcr had his
fine heifer killod, also a number of spring
lambs, veal, etc., and the meats are on salo
on his counter, on tho south sido of Eighth
street, this morning. Should his supply
prove to bo In excess of tho demand this
morning, which it probably will, as ho has
an immense stock, ho will placo it on ico
for to morrow morning. But buy a fine
chunk of meat this morning for to-day'B
dinner buy It from Mr, Koeliler nud
you.will have occasion to remember your
Easter dinnerjwlth pleasure. It
As previously announced In Tint Bui,.
LKTix on election for one school trustee was
held at tho Arab liro company's engine,
house yesterday. Col. James S. lieurdcn
nnd Mr. W. L. Bristol acted n judge of
election and were at their posts from eight
in the morning until five o'clock iu the v-'-''K'.
Mr. P. W. H:,rC9y ,wn prc.
vailed upon to allow the use of bis name as
a candidate for reelection to the office
which he had so satisfactorily filled one
term. Ono hundred and forty-eight votes
were cat, all hut one of which were cast
for Mr. Barclay. Tho ono was cast for Mr.
John Wood who was not a candidate.
Old Grandmother Argus seems to
think that because tho Amsterdam railroad
company pays its taxes, which are not near
in proportion to what the other railroads in
the city and couuty pay, therefore tho city
council should grant that company an im
portant franchise without any regard, to tho
interests of the city. Tho old lady seems
to bo blis-sfully uuconclous of the fact that
the people of Cairo also pay their taxes ami
do not, like tho company aforesaid, every
year evado a large portion of them upon a
mere legal technicality. Does this fact en
title the interests of the people of Cairo to
no consideration when matters of vital im
portance to them are to bo passed upon?
A Cincinnati preserving company, no
torious as the manufacturers of ozone, hav
ing tried to purchase the body of Guiteau
and failed, being too modest in their bid,
telegraphed Thursday night to Mrs. Sam
uels, the mother of Jesse James, offering
her 10,000 for her son's body, together
with a certain percentage of the receipts
which shall accruo to the company through
the possession of the corpse. The purpose,
of course, is to preserve the body in a box
and subjecting it to tho fumes of burning
sulphur and ozone snd then ex
hibit it throughout the United States. Mrs.
James has been told that $100,000 could
bo made in less that two years, and it is
believed the fine offer will insure- success.
The ozone preparation has been tried, and
is said to keep bodies wonderfully life-like.
The water has all left the tracks of the
narrow gauge railroad above the city and a
few car loads of earth, and a day or two
of work by a dozen men, would enable it
run into tho city over its present location.
But it has a purpose in not doing this. It
would have the people believe that the city
council's injunction is keeping it from run
ning into the city; and it would have them
believe this while casting their ballots at
the coming election, and it would have
ttieni cast their ballots accordingly. It has
done everything foul to influence public
opinion in this city, and a few whom it his
been able to win over have helped it in var
ious ways to gain its points. These few
have attempted, in an underhanded way, to
bring out candidates for alderman at the
next election, who shall pledge themselves
to fill the broad gauge maw of j the narrow
gaugo glutton with all it may
deuiund, with a total 'disregard
of the interests of the people and the city uf
Cairo. But, so far as now known, these
"few" have been defeated in their unholy
designs and will remain so.
A Cincinnntlan who had insured his
life went in swimming last summer, was
taken with crauip3 and was drowned. The
insurauce companies refused to pay, plead
ing that death was not caused by bodily
infirmities or disease, but whs the result of
voluntary exposure to obvious and unneces
sary danger, and that the nature and cause
of death was incapable of positive proof.
The judge said that U could not have been
the iuteution of these companies, whose
principal offices were located on the sea
board, to exeludo its policy-holders from
enjoying swimming and bathing, and that
the evidence showed that death was oc
casioned by cramps. Newark Daily Ad
vertiser. It would be well for Cairo business men
who contemplate lit'o insurance to read the
application and policy before assuring in any
company and sec if they aro drown in such
a one-sided manner as to endanger their
legal rights. Find out if the company is
in the habit of contesting its death claims.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society of
the United States issues incontestable poll,
cies, and has not a single dkatu claim
ON ITS BOOKS.
No idea can be gained ofthe
amount and quality of tho Work
done within tne last two weeks on
the new Mississippi levee without oetual
sight. Any ono who saw the levee im
mediately before tho lato flood nnd sees it
now caunot fail to be agreeably surprised
at the great improvement it hns undergone.
Tho work done at tho instance of the city
within,the last two weeks has been all on tho
Inner slope, and now that it is done gives
the levee a very formidable appearance.
The outer slope of the levee is still as it
was left after the danger from tho lato
flood had passed away, and now that the
water has gone down, tho work done in
those few days of threatened inundation is
all visible, and its greatness and tho recol
lections it calls up, leads one ulmostto con
sider it in the light of a result of miraculous
action. It is likely that this work will
soon bo obliterated by now excavations
and fillings which will bu done by order of
tho city council under tho direction of the
Grandmother Argus seeks to mislead
and prejudice the public in favor of her
Amsterdam pet, in respect to tho matter of
tuxes paid by the different railroads run
ning in this county. She knows, nnd, if
honest, ought to have informed her renders,
that the tuxes showed up in comparison,
were upon the right of way nnd rolling
stock of thu railronds, that such tux is
based on nn assessment mado by the stalo
board of equalization, and is charged in
each county in proportion to tho miles of
the rtiilroad therein. She should have snid
that tho Wabash Inu fiJi n1'1'09 r ,r'" k il1
this county, upon which f 1,1 00 in round
figures is paid, or at the rate of $200 tax
per mile; and that Amsterdam has 20
miles of trark in this couuty upou w hich
about 2,fi00 tax is paid, or at the rate of
f 100 per mile; A very narrow gunge tax in
comparison, indeed. Then again, the old
lady ought to liavo given her readers tho
amount of tax tho Wabash pays on depot
grounds and lot and land in this city
in addiiton to above tax. and at the same
time told the public how tho Amsterdam
concern crawled out of paying taxes last
year on depot grounds in the city, upon a
very narrow pauge legal technicality; and
now we are informed, proposes to try the
same again this year. We will say, howev
er, in reply, to the Argus that, in our opin
ion, not any of the railroads running in this
county, bear their just share of t iXes least
of all the narrow gauge one, owned in
Amsterdam. There are concerns in this
city, which pay more taxes than tho ag
gregate amount paid by all the railroads
within the county; but the Argus has co
meution for them, when calling attention
to largo tax payers only has praise for its
pet, which is narrow gauge, not alone in
construction, but seems to bo in manage
ment.nnd decidedly so in respect to amount
of taxes paid." The old girl is certainly
badly "msshed on her Amsterdam darling.
Anyone who will make a trip around
the upper portion of tho city, along the
Mississippi levee, with a view to obtaining
some idea of the extent and location of tho
present sipo water in the lower portions of
the city, can not fail to observe that the
two largest bodies in the city, namely what
is known as "Lako Edwards" and the
pond above this which reaches around St.
Mary's park and covers all the low ground
above twentieth street, are separated only
by a narrow strip or ridge of ground near
the Mississippi levee and could be connected
there by a sewer by Very little work nnd at a
sinall cost. Captain W. P. Halliday, who
has made the prevention of sipo
water in the city a subject for much
study within the last few years, suggests
that these two ponds be thus connected
by a large sewer, running along tho inside
of tho city's new levee. Then that a four
or five foot sewer bo constructed through
under the Mississippi levee, at a point
near where the new joins the old, and he
is confident that the sipe water can thus be
drained out of the city almost entirely and
very rapidly. The captain is sustained in this
theory, as in all others that he has anva.iced
in connection with this subject, by incon
testable facts. The Mississippi river is very
much below the bottom inside the levee;
the sipe water, about filty yards from the
old levee, as proven by soundings made
yesterday afternoon, is about feet deep,
every particle of which would, of course,
runout through the sewer.. The result
would be that, even though the sewer were
laid only for a distance of fifty yards from
the levee, "Like Eiwards" and the uptown
pond, being connected, would Jbe reduced
in depth five feet, which would render
both entirely too low to cause any incon
venience to residents io the portions ot the
city covt rod by them. A single five loot
sewer through tho Mississippi levee, ex
tending but fifty yards into tho city, would
lower the two ponds named
by five feet in a very short space
of time and would leave a large urea en
tirely free from water several weeks before
this could be accomplished by the present
system of sewers. B it if this sewer were
laid several feet below the surface uf the
ground and then extended to where the
sipo water is several feet deeper, it would
lower tho ponds named to the extent of
several feet more, of course, and they
might be drained out entirely if decired
by simply lowering and extending this
sewer; but to lower them five feet at least
would cost but little money and labor. If
Captain Holiday's plan to prevent sipe
water from coming into tho city at all
proves fulacious, which now seems impos
sible, then this plan of ridding the city of
the water after it has gathered is certainly
worty of serious consideration; but pre
vention is better than cure, therefore giro
the trenching and puddling process the
first nnd a thorough test.
The following is a copy of card re
ceived at The Bulletin office yesterday:
"ST. JAMES CHURCH,"
Chicaoo, Imj Ai'iiiL 15, Khiiitkkn Hun
At three o'clock r. m.
Aduxoud E. Dohion - Anna P. Alvoho.
The Bulletin congratulates Miss Anna
in advance, and, with her friends in Cairo,
wish her a long life and a happy ono as
Mrs. Dorion. Should that life bu as full of
pleasures and as free from cares as her
sweet womanly disposition entitles her to,
it will bo all that her truest friends could
possibly wish for.
Tho family of Mr. J. 8. McGahoy, after
an absenco of six weeks, returned to Cairo
Mr. II. II. Kuowles, of tho Equitable
Life assurance society 1ms returned from
Metropolis, where, during tho week, ho
plauted tho seeds that will in time result in
au ample harvest of good work for his
Tho rumor that Judgo John II. Mulkey
had bought property in Metropolis and
would remove from Cairo to inukchis homo
permanently in that town is untrue. J udgo
Mulkey has no intention of removing
m Kli I
Will donate one hundred dollars to any charitable institution tho mayor of Cairo may
designate, provided it can bo truthfully stated that wo in any instance advertise goods
qualities and prices, that wo cannot show. It is a fact that at times we mention prices
for certain lines of goods that aro so ridiculously low as to seem impossible to tho
public, and even to other dealers, and wo do not blame them for their incredulity, be
ing as they are, unaware of the advantages and facilities we have for obtaining at cer
tain times large lots of the most desiublo g mds at prices greatly under their reolvoluu
and here are tho
ADVANTAGES WE HAVE:
FII5ST The quantity of merchandise we buy to supply our numerous stores.
SECOND Wo have ample capital and r prepared to buy catdi down.
THIRD Wu aro at all times represented in eastern markets by a resident buyer
who is always on the lookout. '
Now, it is by taking advantage of these opportunities that we do frr m time to time
name such apparently ridiculously low prices. For instance we are wiling Middlesex
Blue Flannel Suit, each suit bears the ticket with fill, nanio Middlesex Co. flO OO. None
genuine without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Suit for $i).50, worth $15.00. A very nob
by Bed Silk Mixed Suit at $ 12 50. worth $10.00. We do not sell foods tor less than cost.
We want it distinctly understood that we make n small profit on everything wo soli, for
that principle by which a merchant can sell goods for less than cohf, and still keep store,
has never yet been discovered. Come nnd see our goods. You will not be importuned
J . I3UEGEE & ERO,
At Palace Clothing ITovi.se,
108 Commercial .Avenue.
Miss Pbillis Howard is at homj from
Hodges Park, where she in engaged in
Mr. A. G. Leonard who went to St.
Louis several days tgo aor the purpose of
buying an outfit for a printing office which
he and Messrs. Bird and Scott intend to
establish here, returned on Thursday, llu
succeeded in securing what he needed.
Mrs. Dr. H. Wardner, of Anna, is in the
city on a visit.
Miss Annie Pitcher returned yesterday
from a six weeks visit to St. Louis.
The family of Rev. Soarrttt has returned
from St. Louis. Mrs. S:arrett has entirely
Eyasmiu.e, Ind., April 7. The C. N.
Davis, belonging to the Evansville and Cairo
Packet company, chartered to the Evans
ville and Tennessee River Packet company,
en route to the Teennessee River with 2,0'JO
bags com, sank at 4:30 p.m. one miic be
low Mt. Vernon in IS feet of water. No
lives los'. She can be raised. Valued at
$10,000; insure! in the Underwriters ot
L'iUi.-ville for $0,000. No dcuil.
DiEn Yesterday in the 27th ye ir of her
age, Mrs. Jiilis Hetlly, wife of Mr. John
Hetlly. A special train will leave the fxit
of Eighth street at 2 p.m. to day for Villa
Ridge. Friends and acquaintances of the
family are invited to attend.
The sympathy of all will be with the
husband in his great affliction. Only four
days ogo the paper gave notice of their mar
riage that took place on tho 5th inst., and
to day the young wife will le laid in the
silent city of the dead to rest forever.
Hon. Thomas W. Halliday, member of the
Sir: The und'-rsigned citizens of the
Fifth ward of this city, would respectfully
but earnestly request that you will allow
your name be used for Alder man at the
cnsjing'iiiunicipal election. Y'our course
at a member of tho city council Ins dour
so much credit to the city and puticuUrly
to the ward you have so faithfully repre
sented, that we as citizens, and tax-payers,
cannot but hope that you will lay aside
personal feelings, which may Iw; repuguent
to continuing longer in an oil! :e w here a
sacrifice of so much time and personal in
terest is required ami yield to the pressing
demand made upon you by your neighbors
and fellow citizens. Never has them been
a time in thu history of Cairo when the ben
efit of your sound judgmcit and experience '
iu municipal affairs could be so illy spared
as now. We trust thereforo that our re
quest in this behalf may receive favorable
consideration at your hands.
Very Respectfully, Jcc.
C'Arno, April 4,1883.
J. S. McGohcy,
F. L. Galigher,
W. I). Lippttt,
A. C. Lippttt,
J. C. Lalluc,
E. W. Oreen,
A. A. Mudsnr,
J. 8. Petrie,
K. C. Payne,
Thomas J. Ent,
Dennis J. Meskel,
0. W. Green,
Tim Wes m,
Wm. B. Gilbert,
F. B. Fairin,
G. W. R. Corlis,
C. A. Miles,
Loo is Gawnn,
J. L. Bus ell,
F. O. Wilson,
Geo. O. Hubbard,
O. F. Ort
John C. Z mono,
George Fi t,
In another column will bo found tho
prlco list of Hulbi-rt Brothers. St Louis,
dealers in music and musical Instruments
of all kinds, and any person in need of goods
in that I'nn cannot do better than correspond
with that old und popular Arm.
"V f - -v Tr-v s
J. L. Foote, the Commodore, Elgin,
III., says Tboiuns' Eclectric Oil cured him
nf sciatica with one application, thorough
ly applied. It also cured hiru of a severe
ndd and cough. He thinks it a very val
uable remedy, and will never be without it.
Sowin? and Reaping;.
When a young lady hems handkerchief
for a rich bachelor, she aews that the may
reap. When seeds of diteasc are planttil
turoiigh over indulgence, you can prevent
the undertaker from reaping the lutfit by
using Spring Blossom. Price 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents.
by the community at large has been given
to Burdock Blood Bitters. No instance in
known whi-re the dissatisfaction has been
ni an i feted by their use, or where aught
but benefit followed their administration.
Price $1 fM).
KOK SALE l;V
A LI, DKALKHS.
AV U .SEVENTH.
Two Ni.-lit.s Only,
Morula.' and Tuendav,
April 10 rind 11.
Thf ftititilcut ilaj In tlii-worM. Tha Yonug He
OLIVER D0UD BYRON
Ptinporirit .v lhi rlnrn lnf art re, HISS
K.VTK II V HON ntnl th crMlnt futna
ily Cuiiibumtlon extant.
Jh Kevin mid Hum. IIsn. th te'chritcd Irlah
t t In th' ir ri-i'l. oMk'i- and fnnnr myiih'II
MOMi.W I;IIT i hi; vor popular plav and
liu Iu IU 1 til idt ot rucccM,
ACROSS 5 CONTINENT
TL'KMlAY NKiNT i II. Rank's fdrhrated
plav ..nil u 'iii' I lo Acrort th Coullbtnt,
10,000 MILES AAV AY.
;i;;;i LAUGHS IN EACH PLAY 333
'J 1 k to for rale at llarlinau't.
SALE OF UNCLAIMED PKO
PEItTY. NOTICE IS IIEBEBY OIVEN THAT
ON THE 17TH DAY OF APRIL,
A. D. IS 8 2,
At lOo'elork Iu tho fornoonn at the freight bonis
ol thu Hi l..nil, iron Mountain and Houlhorn rail,
wnr nunpatiy In the city of Calm, Hale of lllinolt,
I ho fulluwlnn dimrrlimrt nrlle us eonalKheri as below
lit lie luld at public auction, to pay charges vis :
I ll. Kird 1 pkg (It) wheels
Wm hlmy I clumt tools
I. . H. K.iL'i'ra ,,, tiox aiindrlVN
I I. ul ll.iri'frt , 1 bill, of vacka
II. W, Kmiikun t kva ecif
l)'i. ........i.................. .......... ..s liwir ki'jia
11 1 1 : v 1 1 - hrmv. Co ...,. 1 In'ur ki'nn
ll. I-ini ki'ii. ,.,., f hour kes
A, l.ni,r I ht lirl clir
'I llii.llrt , t box ll ll Koodi
Ms It .nut Unix iniilrUn
W. 'i , .oiiinMi client tools
Inula Hcrlii-rt,.., M... butt ki'K
Id 1 1 r.v Wood'.. .....1 hnrau pownt
l.oiilii lli'i'imil ...-ft huer ki'iia
Man Ihoii Woods 1 os li h uooos
illinium Am - 1 liox hardwarn
Tlml thu "ami1 Iwivti lipen received bv tho 6t Lotlll
Iron Mountnin and Hoiiiliorn rullwny chiiiihuy un
coiinnoticiirrli'rs, In thu rcuulur cotirso ot iMmincua
ciitiHluned im sliovii to Cairo, Illinois, nud Iinvubeuu
(mid tho tllmi required hy law.
TUB HT. I.Ot IH, IKON MOUNTAIN AND
UIMITUKHN KAIL WAY COMPANY, It V
, , , I'. H. MILDVUN, AUKNT.
JjululMarcti UM, UV'4.