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CAIRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 13, '" 1882;
Trueaurer-T J. K'-rtb.
CleTkHeUnls. J. Koley.
Mr.hal L. H. Meyers,
Attorney "BOAW, or L,)in.
t Ward-Peter Baitp. T. M. Klmbrough.
;irl,nd We,d-Jse HlukK CI. . Hughes,
rf i.V?Vrii B. K. Wake, Johu Wood.
'S!n W.rd-T. W. rJaUlday.BrtiM.B. Petti.
rMmtii Jurttfo O.J Baker.
Ctr ultC!rk-A. U Irvin.
lotmty. fudge-It. Yocum.
t nuuty Clm- .1. Mu'nw '
County Treasurer-Miles - In
Stimlir tohn llodgee.
torouer-K Klugerald ii-iiidnv J. A
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nee. .very day Ket.uUare. Priest.
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Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv .Line Kunnint?
? DAILY TRAIM
, l!iO i-"1 ibxiT4"'8' -d eon w-nctlD
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M.KKHIO i'AK t'irn to Cinelon.Al. wltbo it
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rati tj l,o
, I llSStilfJ'- urn pnltiti withol'it ny dlu.v
numin by nuniviy inwrwnuiK. i no nnnuun. n.i-
onn train from Cairo arrive lb new o'k Monday
unrul'matl": Thlrtj-alt honraln advanceof
nrothur ront. '
t4f Knr throng tlckeia and further Vnronnatlon,
apply at 1 Mnnl CJntraJ Kalltoad lrpnli. ('alro.
hit. J0I1N80N. I J. H. Jor4KH,
, hopthrn Ant' - Tlrt Agent,
i, H. aANHQN.OaP ' Agont. tCWIeato
E0I1GI5 II. LEACH, M. D.
IMivoUsian and Suryjoon,
Mnactal almi'llon pa'd In Ibo Ham niiathlc trout
nuMit nri'nii;lniltlli,rii, boddlaenai'i uf wuinnii
lOic:'ryn l4ili strict, opp"lto lh I'uaiOlllco,
Cairo, III. V
.. J)tl W. C. JOCELYN,
, OFKICR-Klghtk Htrttnt. near Cnmr nrrlal Atnn
Urnoa-Mo. ISA Commurclal Avuuoa, bWfto
' KSHtUand NluUbtraau . y
Qt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
coniunUy os btod
At Seventy-five wnts per load.
Stave T r i m m i ii c s
At oue dollar per Uw.
The "lrtmmlngr"ara coamo havlin(i and make
the heal anminer wood for cooklim parpotaaa well
a, the cbeapent evor "old In Cairo. For hluek
mlih'a nu Incettinir Wrvt. they are unequalled
Leave yuur order, at the Tenth atrnet wnod vard
1- T1 HH
fjAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
t)n and aftr Mimdajr. Jnne'th, and until tort her
u'Ulr t be frny boat will maku trip t follow.:
MATCi t.lAVX LIATia
KiMit Konrth .t Mlranart Lard'g. Kentucky Li g.
a:0 a. B.
10:00 a. m.
:nn p. m.
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R:VI a. m.
10:) a. m.
i .Xi p. m.
l-so n. m
V a. m.
S p. m.
5;0O p. m.
A New and t;nmpicte n-(lt fronting on leveo
iSueuud and Railroad btrevti,
Th raoniror D 'pot of tku Chlr.hso. St. Lnl
nn'' .cw f.)rli'n: llllnoN Central: Wala.h. St.
I.oiiU and ra'illc; Icon Mountain and Snthern,
Mcib'lc and Ohio; tain and M. I.mn. Hmiwaya
are all Jn.t ari., tha .treef : while lh Stcamboai
Landing l lint one a".nr di.tanti
Thi. Hotel I. hi-nii'd by tam, hna ateam
Laundry, Hvdranllc Elevator. El trlc Hull Hclln.
Aiiinmatlc Kiro-.Marm.. Hiilha, ati.Oltltf ly pure air,
perlert x.'WiTa:.'" and mmplete appnlntmulita,
Kuiierb fiiruicUlnna: purfeet aorvlcoj and an nn
axci lli'd table.
Ti. I. PA UK Kit Ac CO.,r.,NiM.
CommeroiiJ Avemic ami Riir'ith Street,
Y. H'tOM, Tremdcnt . I P. NFFP. VlcePre.'nt
II. WELuM, C'AKhlcr. I T J. Korth, Aft'l rahh
V. Bro.a Cairo I W'UHam K nr.c. .Cnlro
I'e erNeir l. " I Wllldint W-lf.... "
C. M ("terloh ( " I l'atlur. a
I!, A Buder " I II. Wnlla
J. Y. Clem'im, Caledonia.
A UREItA'i BANKISO IIUSISH8 DONE.
Ktchannu eo'd andhoitulit. Interest paid In
the Savluira Department. Collucilona made and
all buelnu.a promptly attunded to,
5 ' VARIRTY 8TDKB.
JfEW YORK STORE,
WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY, '
(lOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATlEI't & OO.,-
Cor.Nlnotnnnthrtreetl PllilTi Til
CotJimerclaUuue VttliU, ill
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICR BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
? HKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty,
o ' i c; jc :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leree,
HE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. IlHnoin.
71 oniO LEVEE.
A General Rankin? business
THOS. W. IIAILIDAV.
pNTERl'KJSE SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BASK.
rpAX l't'RCII ASER S NOTIC E.
To A. J. Danle!. or any other perron or persons
Yon are hereby notified thut at a pale of real es
tate In the county of Alexander aud state ot 1111
nol beld hy the county collector of ld rouniy
at the nntiie-terli' door of the court houe In the
city uf Cnlro. in raid -oimt and nme, ou the itrd
diy ol Aut;ut. A. 11 isyi the uiidertliiiied pur
chased tbe f.illow llit! d' rtbed real estab cituun d
In the cauntyof Alcianderand atalo of IIHuoIk, for
the taiee due and u paid Uierwou for the .years A.
I. IrtTM and 1 7i, together with pcnaltleistid co.ts;
.aid real itate lieinf taxed in the tame of sii.J A.
,?. Maulele. to-wii: The weft hall of tlm
norllieat quarter of aection twcniy-nr.e ciR
i township xteen (1. i. south range two (J west
ul the thlnl prim lpal tuerldlnu. '1 he time nlljwtd
tp) law lur the ri'demption ol said rial estate will
expire on the iird dav ol August. A. I).
JUIlN liATBs, Purchaser.
Cairo, 111., April lltli. A. Ii. Mi.
pAX I'L'nCIIASElfS NOTICE.
Tu A. J. Denloli or ny other penoa or persona
Yiu are hereby ootltled that at a sale of real es
tate In comity ol Alexander and stale uf Illinois,
held by the county collector of said conntv. at the
southwesterly door of the com t house lu the city
ot( airo. lu said county and state, on th; Jt.'rt day
of August. A. 1). the undersigned purchased
the following dem ribed real estate situated in the
county of Alexander and slate of Illinois, for the
taxes due and uupald thereon for the years A. I).
ITS slid together with penaltlus and C"ts;
said P-.l estale lieiu g taxed iu the name of raid A.
J, Daniels, to-wtt : The southwest quarter of the
northwest (juertor of eectiuii tweuty-one cJD, in
tnwnsbin sixteen tlbl, and lu raug two (J west of
the thitd princii al uieridiau. '1 he time aliowi-dhy
law for the redemption of said real estale will ex
pire on the 1:3rd day of August, A. I).
iOUN RATES, Purchaser.
Cairo, III., April lltb, A. D. lssi.
"AX PCKCBASER'S NOTICE.
To John Farrow or any other person or persons
You are berebr notlBed that at asalo of real es
tatu iu tbecounly of Aluxand r ud state of Illi
nois, held by the county collector of said county
at the southwest rly d ior of the court bouse In the
city ofl',ro. in said county and stale, ou Iho ird
day of Aukiis', A. D. ISS'J. Ihe uudersignej pur
chwed llu! following de rnbed real estate situated
iu the comity of Alexander and suite of Illinois,
for the taxes due and unpaid thereon for the year
A. D. IHTll, together with penalties and costs ; sa d
real estate heiug taxed In the uavue of said John
Farrow, to-wlt: 1 he south fractional half of see
tiou five (M, In township sixteen (l'l), and lu rauge
two (21 west of the third princl al meridian The
time allowed by lawlor the redemption of said real
estate will expire on the iMrd day of August, a. D.
IfHi. JOHN (tAfKS Purchaser.
Cairo, Ills., April 1 lib, A D. im.
fJAX PfltCUASEK'S NOTICE.
To Brown Jt Atherton, or any o'her person or per
ions Interested: You an hereby not! lied thatata
snle or ri-al estate in the conuty of Alexander and
state of 1 lluols. held by the county collector of
said county, at the southwesterly door of the conrt
house In Ihe city ol Cairo. In raid county and state,
on thciMrtl day of AuetistA. D. lro. tho under
signed purchased the follnwirg described real es
tate, situated in the town ofl'tilty In the county of
Alexander and siate of Illinois, for tho taxes due
and mi paid thereon, foUlie years A D 1814, IHT.t.
1H7H !H7. IST8 and l!T, together with penalties and
costs; raid real estate being taxed in the name of
said Drown A Atherton to wit: lots numbered two,
I'J) three (M).and four (4i la block numbered Ave (5)
Thetimo allowed by law for the redemption of said
real estate will expire on the ilrd day of August,
A. D. It.!.
G ROUGE IIODUES, Purchaser.
Cairo, Ilia., April 11, A. D. 12.
IJAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To John i Harmon, or any other person or
persons Interested: You are hereby notified that
nt a sale of real estate, in the county ol Alexander
nil state of Illinois, held by the county collector
of said conntv, at the southwesterly door of the
court house In the cltv of Cairo, in said county
and state on the Klrddav ol August A. I'. 1RS0. tbe
Unrtersluned purchased the following described
real estate situated In tbe town of L uliy lu tbe
county of Alexander and state of Illlu d, for the
taxesditnand unpaid therean for the years A. D.
1874,18:5, 1S7, 177, 187H and I87M together with
penalties and costs; said real estate being taxed
In the name of said John (J, Harmon tn-wlt : lot
numbered one I In block numbered five (B. The
tlm i allowed by law for the redemption ofsald ieal
estale will entire on the ZtA i y o' August A. D.
Wi. GKOUUK H'lUiiES, Purcbater.
Cairo, Ilia.. Atirll 11 A. D. im.
fAX PURCnA8KR'8 NOTICE,
' To J . McKay or any other person or
persons Interested: Y'ou ero hurt-by notified
that st a sale of real estate, m the county nj
Alexander and state of Illinois, be d by the con ty
collector ol said county, at the southwesterly door
of the court house, In the city '
Cairo, In said couuty and slate on
thuSJddny of August. A D IHrW, the undersigned
parchased the following desciibed, rl eslate. sit.
uatt din the town ofttan'tosky. -n tbu count)' '
Alexander, nnd state of Illlnnla, for the taxes due
and unpaid thereon for the year A, D. 18711. togeth
er with penalties and cost; said tea! estate being
taxed lutbo namo of said J. 0. McKay towli :
Tlionorth liiiiroriottminbern l one (I) In block
numbered one (l,)the time ullowod by law for the
redemption of said real estate will oxplru on tbe
Oddity orAumist.'A, D.1Hi.
7 ; JOHN OATEH, rurybaicr.
Ctro, Illiuola, Afil 11, A. 0., Ml.
fjlAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To each ind every of the persona hereinafter
named and to any and all other puisoua Inter
ested: You are hereby not'fled that at a talo of real es
tate In the county of Alexander and state of Illinois
held at the soutliwesterly door of the court house
In the cltv of Calru, in said county and state hv
the county collector or said cottutv, on the aird day
of August, A. D. 18H0, the undersigned became tho
purchasers or thu following described real estate
situated In said conntr and statu, for the tuxo. due
and unpaid thereon for the year or years as below
set forth, together with penalties and costs due
thereon: ,ald real estate helug taxed ID the name
or names respectively of the pjruons hurciDuflor
In whose name
1 Korwhst .Part of 1 1 k
y'rs taxed, section j J
i H a;
K lrtT'J und. i
w fr'l 8 16 .
e' 10 16 .
1379 nw4of i
wK 33 It 8.
1H7H & ItfTD thu und
ofsw', 3 17 fj
" sw 14 27 U 8.
1S79 , e ol s
wj 27 14 a.
1nT7. 178 t
1879 ne1 of
n w U 8 15 n.
J. If. Wright ft
Geo. II, Marsh
A. II Irvle, :
John (. Herman
A' d that the time allowed by law lor the ledump
lion ol said premises willexpl'eon tbetflrd day or
August, A. 1). 1-Si K CCLf.EV
c a. hakchildox
Cairo, Illi .April Mtta. 1J. Pttrchnsers
AX PURCHASER'S NOTICK.
To A.J. Tailless, or any otbei person or rer
ions Interested; You are huicihy notified thatata
sale of real estate, in the county or Alexander and
state of Itllnoi. held t;y tho county collector of
said county, at the southwesterly door of the court
house. In the cur of Cslr , in said county and
siate, on the l'.ith dav of Angnst, A. D. lttfotho un
dersigned purchased the fodowing descrlbe l real
cstatesttuated In the comity of Alexander and slate
of Illinois, for the taxes due and unpaid thereon
fortheyear A. I 1879, together with penalties and
costs: said real estate belui; taxed in the same or
said A. J tfiwlei. to-wltt 1 he N. W. , or sec-tiofj-W,
In township 14. south range two li west or tbu
third principal meridian. Tho time allowed by law
Tur tha redemption or aalo real estate wilt exolie
on the l'Jth day or August, A. D 108..
K. d l.LEY
Cairo. Ilia , April lltb. A. D 18s2. Pun'h-sera.
fJHX PURCUASKR'S NOTICE
To Preiott Kurbank, or any olher nerson or
persons interested: You are hereby notified that
at a sale ot real estate, iu the county or Alexander
and state or Illinois, held by the county collector
or said county, at thu southwesterly door or the
court house in the city of Cairo, In said county and
state, on ibettib dav of August, A. D IapO. Charles
Oall?ber, the undersigned, purchased thu folhm log
deierlboa real estate situated iu the First
addition to the city nf Cairo, county of Alex
ander and state of Illinois, Lir the taxes due and
unpaid thereon ror the years A. D. 1875, lS7ri,
1877, 1878 and 187g. together with penalties and
costs snld real e-tate being taid in the name or
laid Prescott hurbank. to-wlf. Lots number twen
two 22i. twenty-three fill, twenty-four U, thirty
(ijoi and thirty-one (ill , in hlock number twenty-ix2-i).1u
the First addition to thu city of Cain
The time allowed by law for thu redemp
tion of aid real estate will expire ou thu Olli day
of August, A. . 12.
CH HLES GAUCHER, Purchaser.
Cairo, Ills., April utn, a. u. isi.
fUX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To Taylor A Parson, or any othor peron or
persons interef ted : ott are herehy notified that
at sale of reil estate. In the conntv of Alexander
and sute orilllnol. beld by the conntr eollector vt
aid county, at tbe southwesterly door or I be conrt
house lu the city or Cairo, In said county and
state, on the 2nd day or August, A. I) '88''. Geo
R. Lnu, the unders'inied, purchased the
following described real estate situated in the first
addition to the city of Cairo, In the county or Al
exander and state of Illinois, for the taxes due and
unpaid thereon for the year A., 0. 1879.
together with penalties and costs: said
real estato being taxed in the name of
Taylor & Parson t, to-wit Lot nnmbered twenty
sevoni27i 'D block nnmbered twenty-two, (22), iu the
First sdditlon to the city of Cairo. The time al
lowed hv law for tbo redomptlou or said real estate
will expiro on the 2nd day of August, A. D. Ih82.
ue.uiUTH.rt. t,r..i t ., t'urcnaser.
Cairo, Ills , April 13lb, A. D. 1882
TAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To Win Holmes, or any other person or persona
You are hereby notified that at a sale of real ea
tate, in the county of Alexander and statu of Illi
nois, held by the county cllector of said county, at
the sotithwesti rly door or the court house In tbu
city of Cairo, lu said county and state, on the 21st
day or Aug., A. D.18H0, the undersigned purchased
the following described real estate situated In the
couuivof Alexander and state or Illinois, for the tax
es due and unpaid lliemon ror Hie year A.D. lll, to
gether with penalties and costs ; said real estate ho
iiir taxed in the name of anld Wm. Holmes, to
wlt: Lot numbered twelve 1 12), In section sixteen
tilt), in towtisqlp tirteen (IS), south range two (2)
we t of the third principal meridian. The time
allowc' br law for tbe redemption nf suld real estate
will expire ou the 2lst day of August, A. D. 1S82,
JOHN GATES, Purchaser.
Cairo, Ills., April 12th. 1882.
TAX PURCUASKK'S NOTICE.
To Wm. nolmcs, or any olher person or persona
You are hcrchv notified that at a salo nf real es
tate, in the conntv of Alexander and state ot I'll
cols, held hv Ihe county co lector of said conntv,
at the southwesterly door oribe court bouse In the
city of Cairo, In said tounty and stale, on the iird
day or August, A. D. 1880, the undersigned, pur
chased the following described real estate situated
iu tlm county or Alexander ana Mate or Illinois,
ror tbe taxes due and tinpatd thereon frr the year
A.I). 17, together with petiB. lies and costs : said
reai estate being f ixed in the name of said Wm.
Uolines. towli: The soul li west f the northeast
of section seventeen f17), In township llftuun (t,"),
south rsuge two (2) west or the third principal me
ridisn The time allowed by law ror the redemption
of said real estate wlllxiiro on the 4lird day of
August, A. D. 182 JOHN GATES, purchaser.
Cairo, ins., April lltn, a. u l2.
TAX PURCHASERS NOTICE.
ToWm, Holmes, or any othor person or persona
You are hereby notified that at a salenrit al Ks-
Ut'ln tbe conntv of Alexander andstaleof llllnola.
held by the county collector of ssld county, at the
southwesterly door of the court house In the city
of Cairo, in said county and stale, on the 2Hd dav of
August, A. I). IHXO, the undersigned, purchased
thu following described real estate -Itualed In the
county (if Alexander and sute 01 Illinois, for tho
isxea aue ano utipsl ' tneiten ror the year A. i.
Ifitl), together with penalties and costs; said
real ostut t being taxed iu the nameof aald Wm
Holmes, to-wlt: The east haHof tho southeast tr
sectlou sevuutuen (17), In lowitiblp flf.oen (lli.
routli ranga two (2), weet of Ihe third principal
meridian Tbe time allowed by law ror Ihe redemp
tion of said rent ostai will expire ou the Mil day
uf August, A. D. 1882.
JOnN GATK. Ptircnasor.
Calm. Ills., Arril 11th. A. . 1H84.
rUX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To Wm . ITnlmea or any other nerson or nersnna
Inlurestud: Yuu are herehy notified that at a rale
of real estale, In tha county of Alexander and
Hintoof Illinois, liuld by the county rollecer of
raid county, ut the sotilli-wusluriy door of the
court house. In tlm city of Cairo, lu mid county
and state, on the iMrd day of August, A, It. Ihm.
inn undersigned purchased the following nescrineti
rualeilatu situated in the r.riiiutv nf Alexander
mid stat- of Illinois, for the tuxus dim and unpaid
tncrnon ror tbu yuur A. i. 187U together wlin pen
alties ami cots ! said real estate bring taxed In
the tiiiiii'Mif said VYm Holmes lo-.vlt: thu 'out It
east ol Iho north east of section seventeen (17) lu
uwnhin nrteeu (la) souih range two (2) west, of
tho third principal moilillun. Tho lime allowed
bylaw ror thetedeniptlon ol said real esialu will
fxplro on tho gilrtl dv of August, A, 1. W2.
. JOHN GATES, IMirchulof.
Caltu, III ,Aprlll,A.I),.lHrt2
To thu citizona uf Cairo and atenmttoat
men especially. I will gtnto that in accept
ing the dutiei of river editor on Tnp. Bul
lktin, I will use my utaiost endeavors to
give a correct and reliable : report of the
arrival and departure of steamers, and all
news pertaining thereto. And in ao doing
hope my efforts mny be appreciated, and
should I fall short, I assure my readers it
will not be for want of attention or appli
cation to business.J -
Will S. II ays paid a beautiful, poetical
tribute to the memory of brave Bob Kelly,
second engineer on the ill fated Golden
City, recently burned at Memphis, poor
Bob is no more on earth, and in his loss
while standing at the post of duty who can
cootemplutu his thoughts of the loved ones
at home who were onoooacitius of tbe . ter
rible fate which befell a loving father, and
devoted husband. May Ood guard and
protect his helpless family.
The St. Qonfcviuve from St. Louis arrived
Tuesday night at 10:i(0 on her way to
Memphis. She hud a good trip and her
countenance beamed brillanty under the
reflection of her beautiful electric liylit.
Tuesday night from 12 until 3 o'clock
the wind blow a perf xt gulc, and steam
boating was what miyht be termed an "up
Tho City of Helena from Memphis en
route for tho Future Great arrived yester
day morning at 6 o'clock and departed at
10 :H0. While making a landing ot Bur
Held Tuesday morning she performed a
scientitic picco of surgery by drawing a
heavy snug without pain or damage.
Wo have had the pleasure of making
the acquaintance of several prominent river
men since entering upon duty hero and v. ill
in future have something to say in refer
ence to them.
Weather yesterday decidedly cool and
quite suggestive of heavy clothing.
The C. W. Anderson frtm Nashville
leaves to day on her return trip. Cupt. Fred
Wyntt, muster; Wiley Pnrmenter in the of
fice. Parties going up the Cumberland we
recommend the Anderson as pleasant,
speedy and reliable. :
.VThe Fannie Tatum leaves 8t. Louis this
evening for Cairo and Piducah. J. B.
Mr. Charles Baughman is the polite and
popular dispensur of fuel to steamers. The
company who have secured his services
have made a good suloction as ho is full of
Tho Anchor Line steamer, City of Cairo,
recently built by tho famous Howard's of
Jefferson vi lie, leaves St. LouiB this evening
where sho received her cabin outfit. She
will report to-morrow, and on her arrival
will be presented with a handsome stand
and silk colors in honor ot tho name sho
beats. It Is said a grind reception will
be entertained by tho iflljcrs, which will
le tendered the citizens of Cairo, and the
belles and beaux of this city will indulge in
the light fantastic after which tho elegant
steamer will depart for New Orleans.
The river Indicated by the euage last
evening at this point 34 feet und 0-10. H
Steamer Maud from St. Louis duo to-day
The elegant Anchor Line si earner W, V.
Ilalliday tor New Orloons to-day. .
Tho Henry L mry, of Mississippi ' V. T.
Co. will pass down this evening for New
River rising at Cincinnati, stationary at
Louisville and steadily rising at St. Imis.
The Thomas Sherlock for New Orleans
passed down with a good trip Innt night, ;
Business no the wharf yesterday rather
ThoBulleof Memphis, 'from St. Louis,
with a good trip, arrived here last night at
6 :30 for Vicksburg.
The City of Vicksburg, for St. Louis,
arrived from Vicksburg last uvcuiog at 0
o'clock. Sho had a light trip. , r
The Silvurthorn, from .Now Madrid, ar
rived last evening. Sho loaves on her re
turn trip this afternoon,
DO NT DO IT.
Tiik Bulletin has moro than onca said
to its readers, "don't buy your necessaries
of life away from home; don't send to St.
Louis or other cities in the expectation of
obtaining goods at reduced rates. And
now again we say because it cannot be
too often repeated don't do it. Don't do
It, if you would have our city prosper
don't do it, if you would prosper yoursulf,
F.conomy is a virtue when rightly exer
clsud. But you should not forget that wo
all have a right to expect to lite off' euoli
othor. You should think twlco before you
send an order to n St. Louis house, al
though you may bolievo thrtt you can ob
tain goods a few cuuts cheaper (hero than
from our merchants. , You should not for
get that you have friends aud nuighhors
engaged In tho grocery, dry goods, tailor ,
ing.and sliocniakiuj business, whoso goods
you may not need but whose friendship
you desire. The time may come when you
want a favor done, want a vote for office or
even sympathy. For these youirill not bo
able to go to the monopolies of tho larger
cities, and rememtier tl.at your neighbors
will not be apt to readily extend such favors
if you slight them with your patronage.
"Get all you can and all you get hold" is
not sound policy, It belongs to a selfish
school and baa po regard for tbe welfaro of
others, or the prosperity oT a community.
Besides this our merchants sell as cheaply
as the larger houses of St. Louis, and there
is hence no excuse for going abroad for
you purchases. Your conduct lo doing so
injuries the city and In time does not ben
efit yoU. We therefore' again repeat it,'
"don'tdo it!" ' . .
Fast and Loose."
Decay ltWxwos- the'; teeth. vSozodont re
moves the cau.is t klieir aeettucUon, and
they retain tboir place in hedeDta) pto-"
cess,' After a few applkatipn; ft will bo
noticed that the natural i indentations In
thenvfomierl filled with' Itottoding fair,
present a spotless appearance and their en
amelled surfaces gfistea .,witfibSoming
lustre. Thus beauty is heightened and
health promoted ;" ,";;"
A Short Koad to Health. u
To all who are suffering from,, Vtoi's,"
ulcers, scrofula, carbuncles, or other ob
stinate diseases of the blood and skin, a
course of Burdock Blood Bitters will bo
found to be a short road to health. Price
11.00. Paul G.Schuh, Agent. ; . . ' ,
' MS..,.,. .1 -l T SJ
Beds of Down Feel Hard."
All beds seem, hard to the rheumatic'
Then barken ye peevish luffereraj. Apply
Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Qi o your aching
joints and muscles. Rely udoo it that you
will experience speedy relief. xJu'eh, at
least, is the testimony of those wKr; have
used it. The remedy is likewise .success
fully resorted to for throat and lung dis
ease3. sprains, bruise, etc. PaulG. Schuh.'
Agent. . , . , ,. ,
A Baptist Minster's Experience.
I am a Baptist minister, and before I
even thought of being a clergyman, I grad
uated in medicine, but left a lucrative pruc
tice for my presen: piofession, 40years ago.
I was lor many year a sufferer from quinsy;
Thomas' Eclcctric Oil cured me." -1 was
also troubled with hitarsenesw, and Thomas
Eclcctric Oil always relieved uio. Mywifo
and child had dinhthcrin, and "Thomas'
Eclectric Oil cured theiri; arid tf taken in
timo it will cOf Wed timrsut pflen;:' I am
confident it U a core for tho most obstinate
cold or cough, and if any one will take a
small teaspoon and half fill it with the Oil,
and then place the end of the spoon in ono
nostril and d raw the Oil out of the spoon
into the head by sniffing as hard as they
cno, until the Oil falls over into the throat,
and practice that twice a week, Idon'tcaro
huw offensive their head may be, Jt will
clean it out and cure their , catarrh. For
deafness And earache ithas done wonders to
my certnin knowledge. t : Js , tho only
niedicino dubbed patent medicine that I
have ever felt like recommending, and I am
very anxious to see it in every place, for I
tell you that I would not be without it in niv
house, for any tionsidoration. lam now
suffering with a puln like rheumatism in
my right limb, and nothing relieves mo like
Thomas' Eclectric Oil. . :; ' "
Dr. E, F, CitANE, Cony, Pa.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent,
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NofiiifiT tho Effects.
' R.Gibbs, of Buffalo,' N. -f writes:
"Hearing your Burdock Blood Bitters lav
orably spoken of, I was induced to watch
their effects, and find, that, in chrouic dta
eases of the blood, liver and kidnoys, your
hitters have been ?i!nally marked with
success. , I have U8od them myself with
Jfc'sc results, for torpidity of the, liver; and
inthecasoof a friend 'of 'mine' suffering
fromdropsv, the "rffoct wsa marvelous."
Price l.00, Paul G. Sohuli Agent.
,' " I ' 1 i at i. ii a . '
Jac w Murtzolf, of Lancaster, N. Y.,
says your Spring Blosson works ell for
everything you recommend it: myself, wife,
and all my children have used it, and voti
ran't find a hoalthfor family In New York
State. Oct. 8. 1880, Price .10 cents, trial
bottle 10 opnfs. 1 Paul G. Schuh," Agent.
Escaped from the Toils, j
John Racon, Laporte, Ind, writes;
"Hurrah for Spring Blossom; it's all you
recommended if to be. My dyspepsia has
all vanished. Whv don't you advertise itj
What allowance will you make if I take a
dozen bottles, so that I could oblico mv
friends occasionally!" Price 11.00, trial
bottlea lOcenti. Paul 0. Schuh, Agent.
TAX PUHCHASIR'B NOTICK. - .
To Howard Roberts, or any other parson or per
sona In terestedt - -
Ton arx huruby nottflod that at i Sale of real es
tate In the county or Alexander and ante of Illi
nois, held by tbe county col lector of said eonnty
at the nulhwaeiarly door pf the conrt bona ta the
city of Cairo, In snM conntv and state, nn tha 4th
day of Ansnsr, A. D. tieorge It. Lenta, the an.'
derslgned pnrehased tht fn: lowing described real
estate situated in tbe First addition to lha tlty of
Cairo, county of Aleiaoder and state of Illinois, for
the tares nn and nnpaM thereon for tha yean . A.
D. 1S7S, 1R7T, 1ST and 1STA, IngMker srtt peualtlflS .
and costs ; said r"al estate belna taxed la lbs name
of anld Howard Rohrr'ta, tonstt " Lot nnmberalev.
sn fit), tn blnek namhartwenry-tonf iM In the
rirst addition to the eliyef Calvr,The) time al
lowed by taw for the redemption otsald real tate
will Mplaaon the 4ih day nf Angnst. A. D 1HM.
OKORnB R. LKNTI, rorthaisr.
Cairo. Illi., Apr.liaih, A S.lSba.
To James n Watt, or ny other penoa or par
oni Interested! '
Yoa are heroby nottDed that at-a sale of real ss.
tal, In the county or Alexander and state of Illi
nois, nem by the couuty CdllPtitnrofaald county, at.
the aoulhwosiorly door of tho wmrt bob"'
city otiairo, in aaia
in aaia count and aute,
count and aute, on tho iird
D lHS'l. rhap'na n.tlDhos ihm
day, of August. A. 0 180 '. Charles Oaltiher. tha
the followtnu rlescrthed
rea. eitnie ntuatml In tha county of Alexander aud
state of Illinois, forth tat duo and nnp d there
on fcf ha years A.. O . 187i 1171, 18781877, 117S
and i;ii, togethar with penalties and ; said
r-al estate belnit tated t'i tbe name of saUl James
H. Watt, to wlt t The northeaet nnarter of sootlon
number fourteen (10, twushlsSfieeu (is. south
range three (i, west. Tho Ime allowed by Iswfoi
the redemption ofsald real estate w II eiplrj on
the ftlrd day of Au-usr,' a . n ihs).
, fJMS (MLIUHRR, PlJhsaer;
Cairo, Hlf , A-prll Wth, A. D tt:
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