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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. Fill DAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1882.
OFFICIAL PlftKirrORf .
Treixmrcr-T 3i Kr1,hl
Ti,st Ward-Peter Suiip. T. M. Klmbrouuh.
rMrrf vv-"l-U. K, Dlke. John Wood. a
Kuirt d-Charle. O. Patter, Adolph 8wo-
"Slfi'h Ward-T. W. HaV.ldav. Kmest n. P'ittlt.
Circuit Clurk-A. U. Jrvln.
Conntv Judiv K. H ,
County Clcr-S..l. llumm. k
rmiiny TrvK.nriir Kilt V . 1 araer.
dunty 'ouifnlsiimr T. "an""'
llthbs mill Peter .-aup.
UIt0 iiiPmT. -Comer Tenth and Poplar
' , I . I '
C" U1" nth Vert; d.y T0a
KuVLlst; : " "'X'i m K
ilortuns prayers; : P- n..vcnlng rayers. r.
I'mk't SlShloSAKV BAPTIST cnCKCflj
V WHWM 10:. a. ... i p. m. and 7 p.
. abhslh school at 7:30 P- m Kev. T. J. Shore.,
I fTHKHAK-TWrte-nth .tree! :! service Hb
I, bath a.m.; Sunday school p. m- Kev
a f m"llMHT-Cor. K!uU nJ Walont street,
tonday ft.-.uooi at rfWO p. ni. UY. J. A. Crn.lt.
nui xHYTHIUAS-Eliflith treet; pre acht.il! on
i 4 ii HI
. jeur,te, paster.
T. JUSKJ'H S-iKoman Catholic) Cornel Cross
7Vand Walnut streets; Mrrtee Sabbath 10.80 a.
S ;"urt.r School at i P. . i Vrsp'r. 1 p. m. ; .r
"i;.. .rday at a. m. K. U'H.ira, Prtart.
rT PATKICK'8 Horoan Catholic) Corner Ninth
0treet and Waslilaiton avenue; aervlcej 6
u,h.nd 10 a.m.; V-h .P.m. VnLl.TS
p. m. ..trice, etery da at a m. IUt. AIasK tsoii
R.R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CKS HULK
T.u.;rAi. ,, t,,AX J,l'vr m
iUu J?IJa.m tVU ..4:ba.m
toci.-nMatlon.!! :l a m Lswn-ji '1:1''
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tVill l:r...H I tVt.il 5:)p.ni
tlCxpro. Hi:U.tM tSxprco U:.am
C A ST l U K. (Narrow Ottuii )
Kxprei1....-'. iodfla.m I Bprn :ap.m
Aci!om uuii.iO. l: p.in I 'Accoia'datom li:V p m
ST.L.. I. M. AS K. K
rKxiif" U;.;..m ( tlxprcM..... i .W ' P m
(Acroui'Mtiun. : i! m I tacwra dal-.on 11.45 a.m
TAHASII. ST. U)VU t PA( IKIC H'V CO.
tv,u.t fcx.... v.1' vm vtit'i A di.... :p.n
Uilytxrrptfuody. t Da':.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Oulr Lino Rumiint;
Making Diricot Conkkction
TiuiN LT Cairo:
3:lf5 a in. MMl,
Arrlvlne ln Bt. Lou! 9 a.m. ; CMcuro H:3r)p.m.i
Connecti., at Ortiu and KfflnKhm for efnr.ln.
cull, .ou'.avllle, Indlanavli aud p itnta Jnwt.
11:10 a.m. Ht. I.ouls Btiil WwiUfrn
Arrlv!n?ln8t. Lou! ?:05 p. m., and connecting
for all poiuti rt'ent.
a:CJ p.m. Kafet Kxprwi.
torft. Lnr.l and CIiIcmjo, arrlvintf at St. Lonli
10:40 p.m., ami I'hlcni) Tii'-i a.m
4:UO p.m.Cim-mnHtl KxprpH.
A'rrlvinit at (.Huclnniitl 7:00 a m.; I.ouimrtHe 7:'
a.m.; Ixrtlanauoll. 4:0" a.m. raiiilBra hr
train r-h tho above polnlK 1 J W .10
Uol'KS In tt'lvaic ol tuy othur roHU.
S F-Tho 1:9!' P.
m art!..!. h(l niLI.HA.l
..... . . . I
hjVhKl'IVU CAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
rlmni'Ln, ud ihroufih olnnpora 10 bt. Loala and
Fast Time Ilast.
.tnmnM hT t,li 11,10 an'"r'"'l!n to i;.ai-
CR'id by Huudiiy Intfrvt-tilnn. 'i'lio Sulnrday afler
nonn traiu from Cairo arriv. In new York Monday
norniiir aU0::iJ. Tblrty-eU bouraln advance of
s ijf-Kor thronijh tlckit and Mrthor Information,
apply at tlllHiil Central Kallroad Ipnt, Cjilro.
JAb. JOUNSON, , t J- Ui,;,0?'K1H' ,
(Jan. Houthurn ArooL llcotAeont.
. n. (IAN HUN, Own. Pan. Atffinl. Chlcano
Q.E0RGE II. LEACH, M. D.
Phvsitnan and Surgeon,
Special aiientlon paid to tho Homeopathic trout
rnniit of aiiiRicahllffa'ua, auddlm-a.ca of woman
nofnoen0n'lllhtrict, oppi.ito tho Poat Olnce,
JJR, W.C. JOCrLYN,
OFFICB Kiffbth Ptrert, near Comn urnlal Av.nrnt
JJR. E. W. WUITLOCK,
orio-IIo. iM Ootimorciul Avenue, botwixia
U,;liUand .NUitbSlwoU . .
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindliuj;
eunatantly on hand
At Seventy-five centa per load.
At one dollar per load.
Thu 'trtmrnin(,'f"iir coar. sh&vlui;! and niak
thohii.t numrner wood for cooking purpo.en
tha oliisaprnt rer .old In Cal.-o. For hlnck
'mlifi'i n lncvttinir tlru. they aro nneqnalled
LeTovoor ordr at tlio Tenth tret wood vard
qairo c:t ferry CO.
THREE illML STATES.
On and after Vutirtay. Jnne 7th. and until tnrther
noti-e the fi.nyboat wil! tr.aku trips tt follow:
MATI. L(AVt LXATIS
rot Konrth t. M'l'ourl Ltrd'g. KntT.rky Ld .
10:00 a. m.
i.00 p. m.
e:50 a. m.
2:30 p. m.
9 a. m.
11 a. m.
S p. m.
5;0O p. m.
THE HALL I DAY.
A New and cnmpictn Hitol. frontlns on L.ree
ijecond and Railroad Htrvi'tt,
Tb PaenL'r D 'not ol the Chlraeo. St. Lonla
id' .lew OrlfHtip; Illlnol Central: n'a'ianh. St.
LouU and I'arlilc; I. on Mountain and Hnlbcra,
Mohiln and Ohio; C airt and St. I.oum Hanwayi
are nil Jut anrona tho .Iruut; while the .Steamboat
I.n'1!:'.i: l Imt onn n inaro rtiatnnt.
Thin Hotel la henti'd by Hieam. hat .team
Laundry. Ilvdranlle. Klevnto'r. Klnrtrie Call Bull
Antoinatlr. Fire. A lama. Hath, nhnotntely pur. air,
ptirlm-t aewerane and i.omilet apiioliitmenta.
Knperh fnn.iUlDgj perfect aervice; and anon
Ii. 1. PAUKKU to CO.,L,fnpui
Commercial Avenue and Eiftlilh Street,
F. rt'ioss. Frt-Mdent.
T. J. Kcrtb, Atn'l caxh
F. Broaa Ca'ro I William K'or.o. .Cnlro
Pe erNcff " Wlllnm Wolf....
C. M Oatcrloh I C. O. l'atler "
K. A. Under " I II. Well.
J. Y. Clomcon, CaledoMa,
A GKNEflAL DANKINQ BDSINtflS DONE.
Exchaniro o'd andboucht. Intorwt paid In
tho Savlnira Department. Collection made and
all bualuons promptly ullunJed to.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIJG CITV.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EU &c CO.,
0or, Nineteenth ulre-nt) r'tlfvA ' Til
CcmmmlalAronoill , vttUU, 1U
8-33 XT ? t
3 Sill ? -H
S3 2 L S
milE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois,
71 OHIO LBVKE.
A General Banking lusiuess
TIIOS. W. HALLIDAY',
pNTKBPniSK SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BASK.
TIIOS. W. HALLIDAY,
o roa o
HyJ. W. IJTJJSL.
The new, thrlllln? and authentic hlctory of the
llreaiihd wonderful adventurer of America' grout
Tbe YOUNGER BROTHERS,
FRANK and JESSE JAMES,
And their bandn of htjhwayroen, down to the pro
ent muiiient, iticlnrt h death of Jua.e Jaine and
all the We itartiinz and thrilling development.
Fifty IUui.trat!onii and pomade, amone which are
leai'u Jame. afier he waa ehoi. and IS fine colored
I'!ate. Interviews and lettere from Cole Younger,
the hreaklnis np of thu band and revelation, of
tnrtliiit: tecrna. The lllack FlaK, the terrible
"lllack Oaih," and hnndrrd of other a.tunlnbini
facta. Mo.t wonderful and excltioc hook in exist
ence! Outfell. evrrthlni;! Newid treat:)- cn-luri'i-d
edition: new Illustration ;5u0 pKt, price
115'. Airenta' Canvaing Outfit . iOc. Illuctrated
Circular and full particular free. Agent don't
lo.e thi cranrt o;.portiiLitv! Addrea HIsT'jHI
CAL PL'BUSUINU Co., 604 N. 4th tit. bt. Lonl,
ry.X I'L'IlCIIiSER'3 NOTICE.
To A. J. Daniel, or any other person or persons
You are hereby notified that at a sale of real f
tate in the county ot Alexnider aud state ol Illi
nois held by the county collector of said county
at the soutiiwc-terly door of the court hon.e In the
city of Cairo, in taid ronntv and state, on the iird
d.iy ofAngii'l. A. D 1SS) tho undcrsiirned pur
chaort the" f.illowiut; deK'ribcd real ei-wte situatfd
iu tbe county of Alexaodcr find state of Illinois, fur
the taxes due and n paid thereon for the )ears A.
I. l'Tr-an I lBTy, together with penalties and cons;
said real as ile heii.g taxed In the ta'iie of fii'd A.
J. Daleis. io-wi:: The west bull Of the
northeast quarter of lertiou twenty-one (21 1,
I . township ..xtoen (l'o. south runuc two (it west
of the third principal meridian. The time alljweii
by law for the r. demptmu of said real estute will
expire ou tut SIM dav ol AuL'iini. A. 1) lt:.
JOHN OATEs, Purchaser.
Cairo, Ills , April 11th, A. D. lb.
rjJAX PCKCIIASEE'8 NOTICE.
lo A. J. Daniels or any other person or persona
Y,.u are hereby notified that t a sale of real es
tatv in uinnty ol Alexauder end slate of Illinois,
held hy the county collector of said county, at the
soiithwonteriy door of the couit house in tho city
of Cairo, iu said county and stut.;. on the Htd day
of August. A. I. 14), the iituierslKnod pnrebaseii
the following described real estate situated in the
county of Ab Xinder and state of Illinois, for the
tntes'diie and unpaid thereon fur the years A. D.
ItCtf and 1ST'.', toji-ther with penalties and e fts;
said p'1 estate Ufiux taxed In Hie name of said A.
J. UnnleU, to-wit: Tlie southwest quarter of the
northwest quarter of section twenty-one (il), in
township eix'.een llH), and In rane two (4) wesl of
t ha third principal meridian. The time allowed hy
law for the redemption of said real estate will ex
pire ou tbo;3rd day of Atiirut. A. D. 18i.
JOJN GATES, Purchair.
Cairo, Ills., April 11th, A. X). 18S2.
'Y'AX PCKCHASEIl'8 NOTICE.
To John Fa' row or any other person r pcrsous
You are hereby notified that at a alo of real es
tate In tbe county of Alixand rand state of 1111
nois. held by the county collector of said county
at the southwest r y door of tho court hoii'e in the
city of Cairo, In said ennnly and state, on the 2-lrd
day of Aiiiiti.', A . I). lvjO. the uuduraisnoi pur
chased ihe following de cribed real eatate situated
lu the county of Alexander and statu of Illinois,
for the taxes due and unpaid ihenou for the year
A. 1. I87II. toselher with petmltie and costs; sa'd
real estate belu taxed In tho name of said John
Farrow. tu-wlt: The south fractional half of sec
tion five (5), In township sixteeu i l'i), and In ratme
two (2iwet of Ihe third priiic.l at meridian Tho
time allowed hy lawlorthe redemption of said real
estate will expire on thetflrd day of August, A. D.
UBi. JOHN OA TK, Purchaser.
Cairo, 111., Aprlllltb, A. I). m.
rjAX Pl'UCUASElt'8 NOTICE.
To Drown Jt Atherton, or any o'hor person or per
son Interested: You ar, hereby notified lhatuta
sale of real estate in the comity of Alexander and
state of I.ltuols. held bv the county collector of
said county, at tho snuthcsterly door of the court
house In the city of Cairo, lu said county and state,
on the iird day of An..UrtA. I). It. tba under
slitnud purchased the followir( described real es
tate. ituated in the town of I'uity in the county of
Alexander and siateof Illluoi. for lh taxes duo
and itniiald thereon, for the years A 1) 1HV4, 1S7V
187ti !SPT. 1878 aud lt7. touethi r with penalties and
costs; said real estate bilnir taxed in the name of
said Drown Atherton to wit: lota numbered two,
(S) three (Ml.and four (41 In block linuiherod live (M.
The time allowed by Ihw for the redemption of said
real ft'itu will expire ou the silrd day of Auiiust,
A D IttHj
OKOUGE HODflES, Ptircher.
Cairo, III., April U. A. D.lsfi.
rpAx PUHcnASfin'a notice.
To John nnrmoti, or any other person or
persons Interested: Youaru hereby notified that
at a aalo of real estate, in thu county ol Alexander
and state of Illinois, held lit thu county culleetor
of said conntv, at thu southwesterly door of tho
court boiisu in the cltv of Cairo In said enmity
and state on the Klrddav ol Auyust A. I). 1HN0 thu
under. lened purchaned tho following described
real estHtusltnuled In the town of Unity In the
county ol Alexander and statu of Illlu ilk, fnr the
taxes dux and unpaid theream for the year A. D.
1S','4,1H75, 1S7H, l7r. 1S7H nnd IH71I too ther with
penalties nnd costs: said real usttto helng tnxnd
In the tiatno of said John Q llnrinnn to-wit: lot
numbered one (1 lu block tin mherttd flvo (5). The
time all'wed by law for thn redemption of said teal
estate will expire on the 28rd d y of August A. 1.
mi OKOItOE HODGES, l'urchaiur.
Cairo, Ills..Atirll 11 A. 1). lHtiJ.
To J. n. McKay or any other person or
puraon lutereetcd i Yon ere herrby nntlflea
that at a sain of real estato, in the county j
Alexander and state of Illinois, he'd by the com. ty
e.ollHe.tnr ofsalil oiiuntv. at tint aotitbwestiirlv door
of the court lions. In tho cliy of
Cnlro, lu said count v and stain on
tlieaiddayof Anuttst, A 1HH0, tbe nndorsltfued
nurehaseii tin. following dese.itbed real otilte.slt
natid In tuotown of Hiindnsky. n the county of
Alexander. and stat ni Illinois, tor the taxes one
aud unpaid theroon fur tho year A, D, 1R7U, loiteih
.r with puiutllle aud costs; said tvnl est ate buluK
taxed In the imm.oftald J. O, McKay to-wit:
llietiorthhalfoflotnumlmrod one (l in block
ntimhiirud one (l.)thu time allowed by law for the
redemption o( said real e state will expire on the
fclddtt) of AutfiitVA, D.lHS'i. . ,
. . JOHN OVTKH, ParcJ)Mr.
' Calto, Illinois, April II, A. D. mi.
Tha Fannio Tatura, from St. Louis, is
dua to-night for Puducah, and will extend
her trip up tho Cumberland as far aa
Ewald' iron works. Capt. J. B. Conway
commands the Tatum.
Thu Sherlock was detained here by add
ing several hundred tons of freight to her
already heavy cargo. She left for New
Orleans last ovening at4 o'clock. Cap
tain Jas. Nicholls in command, and Ames
Fisher in the office.
We had tho pleasure of meeting Capt.
W. P. Ilalliday yesterday, and in a short
interview tho "sipe wuter11 question was
introduced. The captain was firmly convinced-that
tho health of Cairo this sum
mer would be better than in years ptBt, as
a Btute of purification by tbe cxpuUiun of
sipe water wotild carry with it a collection
of filth and poisonous matter that had boen
for years accumulating. His ideas, when
explained, were simple and philosophical,
and we sincerely hope tbey niny bo sus
tained. In marine circles as a city of great prom
inence, according to official reports, Cairo
stands second best.
A telegram from Messrs. Fowler Bros.,
Paducah, Ky., was received yesterday by
B. S. Rhea, of Nashville, which informed
him that the C. W. Anderson broke her
shaft, and was lying up for repairs.
The B. S. Rhea leaves Nashville this
evening for Paducah and Cairo.
The Qua Fowler, from Paducah, arrived
last evening at 3 o'clock, and left on her
return at 7.
The Silverthorn left last night for Hick
man with 500 sucks of corn. '
Messrs. Uinkle & Son supply steamboats
with meats of the best quality and in great
Mr. Josh Harrison, mate on tho Thos.
Sherlock, had his foot badly mashed yes
terday, while the boat was lying at tho
elevator. We have since learned that Mr.
Harrison is not hurt as bad as was thought.
Captain Nat. repper, a well known river
man, died Inst Sunday night at Milauo,
Look out for the mammoth new, steamer
City of Cairo! She will report to-day, and
her reception hero will be hailed with
pleasure. She comes from St. Louis, and
will lenvo for Vicksburg early to-morrow
Yesterday was a bright and pleasant
day. River matters rather 6carce.
Several old Paducah steamboatmen aro
here located and apparently happy. Among
the different ones wo met Walt Wilson,
Clay Warden, Will Reno and others.
"Boys, put on your best dud3 look your
prettiest," and tako your sweethearts to the
grand event of the season. That is the
dance on the City of Cairo.
Mr. John Quigley and his accomplished
bride, both of Paducah, were passengers on
the Fowler yesterday. They took passage
last night for Memphis on tho W. P. Halli
day. May they have a joyous voyage.
Capt. Wni. Hambleton, of Mound City,
who is one of the oldest steamboatmen on
western waters, is in the city, but will re
turn homo to-day.
Capt. John Taylor, late of the A. B. Stif
lord, left with his wife for Paducah last
evening, tho Safford having returned on
account of business.
The Three States left the wharf last
evening with quite a number of prominent
citizens aud citv(oiTicialB,jwith Capt. W. P.
Halliday, to investigate the cut in the Mis
sissippi levee, made at tho suggestion of
Capt. llllidy, for tho purpose of letting
the sipe water out. The investigation, we
learn, proved mont satisfactory.
The river indicated by tho gauge last
evening at 0:30, thirty-four feet and five
teuton. Tho Sherlock did not get off until 7:30
The John B. Maude, for the lower Mis
sissippi, arrived last evening with a splen
did trip, and departed at 8 o'clock.
The meeting of tho Cairo Presbytery at
Metropolis will receive quiU a number of
distinguished divines, which wero passen
gers on tbe Fowler last evening. Among
whom we chanced to noto tho following :
Dr. Armstrong, of Alton, III.; Prof. Hull,
of CarUmdale, 111.; Rev. James Laferty and
L. T. Linwoll, of Cobden, 111.; Rev. J. W.
Knott, of Anna, III., and Mr. Douglass, of
Bond county, III., superintendent Sixth dis
trict school of tho atate.
Thk "Favorite Proscription" of Dr.
Pierco cures "female weakness" and kindred
alTections. By druggist.
Tia'H8DAY Evkninp, April 13, 1 883.
Tho weather has moderated and to day
lias been very pleasant,, but ludlcatlonsaro
for a ruin storm soon to occur.
The recent cold unap, it is fnnred, has
damaged the' fruit propped In thu north,
but in Southern Illinois no damage bas
The market is without change in leading
articles, excepting a weaker feeling in hay
in consequence ot a falling off ia the de
mand and a surplus of stocks for past few
FLOUR This staple is without material
change. The demand is mostly for choice
and family. Stocks are ample in all grades
HAY The market is weaker, and the
range of prices is a shade lower. This is
owing to a light demand and surplus of
CORN The demand is active for both
white and mixed, especially for thn latter.
Both grades are scarce and very firm.
OATS The market is steady and un
changed, with a fair demand for choice at
MEAL Firm, with an upward tendency
BUTTER The leoling in the market is
heavy and dull. Choice sella readily but
most of stocks are of an inferior grade or
"worked over," which has a tendency to in
jure the market.
EGGS Prices ore well sustained and
receipts sell readily on arrival.
CIIICKENS-All that come in find
ready sale at cood prices.
Sales and Ciuotations.
NOTE. The price bere given are for sales from
first bands In round lota. An advance la
Charged for broken lntaiutllllnicorderi.
rpAX PURCHASE ICS NOTICE.
300 Various (trades, on order....- ., . S 50&f) M
200 bhls. Choice . m 0 80
60 bhls patent 7 2"
luo bhls family 5 i
10 bbls choice ft 4)
100 bhls laucy 0 to
4 car choice timothy 2" on
11 car choice mixed t IS 00
6 cars gilt edjje tliuothy . 20 10
Bear choice mixed, in bulk on track ....... "A
Tears choice white In bulk Pi
Scar mixed in sack del ki
t car cho'ce In bulk on track M
3 car mixed In bulk
i cars mixed iu sack dul 5
Scars while In bulk 54
No. 2 Red, ncr bu J ift
No. Si Mediinranean 1 'ti
500 bbl City round lot. 4 (v
CUO bbla City 3 9031 00
Round lota 10&1 UJi
S00 pound ttrlctly choleo Northern roll. SIS
4oo pounds Southern Illinois 'a
) pounds good northern roll so
S"0 po'tuda gilt edged packed 85J40
rVOdor.en.. ,, 14
400 dozen..... .,......,. m... 15
live choice 9 00(311 00
9 coop mixed 2 7!W3 00
8 coop choke heuo. a jg
W bhls choice 3 00a3 IS
1U0 sacks us
50 hnsb. Mlchlijan peach blow 1 30
lmihbK " I'eachhlow. 1 no
800 bush, Early Koseseed J 23
Par bbl 10 0
!M1 bbl. common 3 30
30 bbl. choice.... 4 30
Perbarrol 7 soft 00
Tub washed M H 3ITt:l7
Plain ham , pons
B. C. llama 14
Clear side , 1314
Ht, Johns..,,, , f 33
Ohio Klver . 1 43
t'i bnshol burlap ,' flyt
6 bushel ' IM
5 btihe " Ill
Orh(!es, choice per bos 4 nort4 nn
Luuiou choice, pgr box 3 734(4 30
Peache, halve and qaarter 4W13U
Apples, brluhl , 4,'w'
Choir navy 4 25
Choice medium ;. , 4 00
Choice, factory M 13
Creaiu..........M..mu.,,M. ,...,,,., 1, .ti,.. 14
VB m 80
V ft.,., BQS
Calf, Green 1ft
Dry Clint choloo 14(111
Dry Halt.,,,. .........(..mh..,,,......,,.!!.,,.. If'tlS
Green Salt.,..,.i...i..i...,i.......Mi..tit b((M
Sheep I'ells, dry
Common Lngi H 9) Ttv&l m
Good lues..., ....... 3 &(& 4 00
.owLear. , 4 TVA eo
Medium Luat 5 Mi H to
UjcLeaf.....4 ,..,..(. .., ,i,. 0 304
Men Vbl. 10 , 13
'V Orleans,.,,,. 13 , 17W
V bbl.' Vhhl.
iiiriis, ni. it -
Vicksburg,..;..... 7 ' ,.!
Way ii'.i 7J.
"Tlrowrlijsic to the Dcff, I'llNon
We do not f.iel liko blaming Mtcbeth for
this expression of dittgunt. Eveu nowaday w
most of Ihe catlmrtics aro great repulsive
pills, enough to "turn one's stomach." Had
Macbeth ever taken Dr, Pierces "Purgative
Pellets" he would not luvj uttered those
words of contempt. Ry drugtrist
A Baptist Minister's Experience.
I am a Buptiat minister, and before I
even thought of bring a clergyman, I Grad
uated in tuedicinuj bur left a lucrative prac
tico for my present profmion, 40 years ago:
I was tor many your a Btilferer from quinsy j
"Thomas' Edeciric Oil cured mo." I wa
also troubled with lionrsene, and 1 Thomas'
EclectricOil always relieved mo. My wife
and child had diphtheria, and l'ThouW
Eelectric Oil cured them, "ami if taken Irt
timo it will cure seven timesoiit of ten. I am
confident it is a cure for tho most obstinate'
cold or cough, and if any one will .take .a
small teaspoon and half lill it with the Oil,
and then place the end of the spoon in one
nostril nnd draw the Oil out of the spoon
into tht head by sniffing ti hard as thev
can, until the Oil falls over into the throat,
anil practice mat twice a week, luon tcare
how offensivo their head may be, it will
clean it out and cure their catarrh. For
deafness and earache ithas donn wonders to
my certain knowledge It is the only
medicine dubbed patent medicine that I
have ever felt liko recommending, and I am
very anxious to r.eo it in every place, for I
tell you that I would not be without it in my
house for any consideration. I am now
suffering with a pain like rheumatism in
my right limb, and nothing relieves me liko
Thomas' Eelectric Oil.
Dr. E. F. Ckank, Corry, Pa.
Paul O. Schuh, Agent.
Kseapeil from the Toils.
John Bacon, Laporte, Ind., writes:
"Hurrah for Spring Blossom; it's all ymt
recommended it to bo. My dyspepsia has
all vanished. Whv don't you advertise itj
What allowanco will you make if I take a'
dozen bottles. o that I could oblige my
friends orcnsionaUv?" Price $lrf0, trial
bottles 10 cents. Paul O, Schuh, Aarent.
rJUX PUr.CUASEIVS N'OTtCE.
To the heir of the onte of F. F. Victor, deceas
ed, or anv oihur person or nsraou Interested:
Yon are herebv not I tied thut at a salo of real '
tate in the county of Alexander and state of Illi
nois, held hy thn county collector of said county,
nt tho snthwsturlv door of Ihe court house In the
city of Cairo, In said conntv and stat.i. on the llitn
day of AuirtMl. A. I). 18.), Cbarle Giillnhcr, the
uudcrdgued. purchased tlis following described
real estate situated In the county of Alrxander anil
stato of Illinois, fur tnn.taxp fine and unpaid
thereon for the var A. I. b?3. 1S7iI 1H77, 1R7H and
lri7!l, together with penalties and cost j said real
citato heintr taxed n the name cf F P. Victor
relate, to-wit: Tbe cast half of the sonthweat
quarter ol section uninbor ne i'l). township four
teen (14), south rango two (invest. Thn Wme al
lowed by law for thn redenip'loti of sa d real stato
will ciplreon the IHth dav of auptut, A. I lMr..
CIIAKI.KS GA I,K I II K II, Purchaser.
Cairo, Ilia .April 14tb, A. I). liS'J.
AX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To TTowsrd Itnb-rti.or any olhjr person or per-
Ynn. ar-' hereliv not I fled that at a ! of real .
tateln thsenutitvof Alexander and tnt of 1)11
nola, hold by llm rniitity collector rf raid county,
nt the southwesterly door of the court nous la tba
city of Cairo, In sik'd nxuntv nnd state, ou the 4in
day of Aui;usl, A. D. 'US'. Georirn 11. Lonlii, the un-
nrsiineu, pnrrnaud tin following rtoscrlliert real
estate tttmited In tlis First addition to rhe el'v of
Cairo, county of Alexardnr nnd state of Illinois, for
the taxes one "d unpaid th-reon for th year A.
I. 1S7S. 1H77. UTS and 187U, t-Bether with penallls
and cost; said real estate belli taxed In tha name)
of said Howard Itoberi. to-wlt: I,ot nnmher elev
en (II), In hlo.k ninnher Iwonty lour i4), In the
Plrst addition to the city of Culm. Thr time al
lowed by law for llm redemption ol said real ntnta
will 'ixplse on the 4th ilnvof AiMiwt. 4 I) IWJ.
liKOKOK It LKNTZ, Purchaser.
Cairo, Ills., Apr 1 13th, A D, ls3.
rjAX ITttCtlASEK'S NOTICE.
TJinoH Watt, or any other person or per
You are hereby notified that l a (ale of renl es
tate. In the coni.ty of Aloxnuilerand statu of llll
nola, held by the county collector of said county, at
the outhiwirly door nf the conn honao In the
city of Cairo, In said county and state, nn the 23rd
Uny of August. A. 0 ISSi. Charosfiallirher. the
nndtrslKned. nnrcbised the follnwttiir described
renl rsts'e sit wilted In tho county y Alexander nd
State of Illinois, for till tnt dun arid unpaid there
on for 'lie years A. I UC4, IS73, IS'.O, IH77, IHT1
and IH7'.i. together wlili penalties ntiil rot; said
real e i iite helui! taxed l i the uain of sa d Jamct
l. Watt, lo-wlt: The northeast 1111 trier of saeiliin
uttinher fourteen (I I), township rlfieeu (Hi, nulh
rann llirne (in, west. Thu limu allowed br law for
the redemption of said real estate w II oxpln on
theilrd linyof Auetist, , I) hhj
Cl(s (lALlGIIEIt, Purchaaif.
Cairo, Ills.. April l ltli, A. 1) IHSJ,
- - . . ,
AX PURCIIASEH'S OTICE.
To wirh and every of the psrionn hereinafter
named and to any aud all other peitoni Inur
estsd: You are hereby notified that at a sale of res) e.
tate In the Bounty of Alevsuderand state of Illinois
held at the southwesterly ilnor of the court liuiiso
In the cltv of Cairn, In said county Sid stite by
the county collector of sa'd county,' on thn 23rd dav
of AUk'U't. A. I). I Ml, the undersigned herein the
piirchiisorsof thu followlnir ili'scrlhnl renl estate,
Itualed In "aid county anil state, for Ihs tare dua
and unpa d thereon for the year or yesrs as below
et forth, lotrctluir with peniiltli s and costs due
thereon; said real estate being taxed in the ttareii
nr names respnctlv. ly of ton p arsons Uorelnaflof
la whose nam
Tor wh at
J. It. Wrlicht A
ih7b b itrrn
Goo. It, Marsh
A. It Irvln
John tl Harmon
John Q, llarman
n w .k of
n Vk ol
H ol s
Aid llint the time allowed by law forth" fad em p-,
Hon if sulit preoil- will xplre on thu fird oiy of
Auijuat, A. U. t.Sl R.CUUBY
IV A. MAKOHUt'OH ,,
Cairo, M , Apt:ilth,liwa. . .: I'srelrwmif
RATI! 8 OF FREIGHT.