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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 1882.
Mayor N. B. Thistlewood.
Treasurer T J. Kerth.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley.
Counselor Wm. 11. Gilbert.
Marshal-L. H. Meyers,
boaku Of aunuMK.
First Ward-Wm.McUale.T. M. Klmbrooijh.
riecond Ward-Jesse HiuKle, 0, N. Uut-hes.
Third Wrd-U. F, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Wrd-Cuirle O. Patler, Adolph Bwo-
Fifth Ward-T. W. Halllday. Ernest B. 1'attlt.
Ctrcnlt Judge D. J. bakfr.
Circuit Clerk-A. Jl. Inrln.
County Jud(,' K. li Yocum.
('oiiiity Clern H. J. lluinm.
County Attorney-J. . lmron.
' County Treasuror-Mtlea W. Parker.
Sheriff John llodirea.
Couuty Commlssloners-T. W. Halllday, J. A
Ulbbs awl PeU-r riaup.
CURO BAPTHT. Corner Tenth and Poplar
' , ,; preaching flr-t and third Hundaye In
etch month. 11 a m. aod 7.30 P. m.: prayer meet.
CHCHCII OF TUB KBDBKMBR-Kplscepal)
Fourth street; Sunday
Kucuaslst; V :1 a. m , Sunday school 0- m'
Mornm prayers; 8:00 p. -...evening .rayera. F.
P. Davenport, S. T. U. Hector.
INItbT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
f Preaching at 10:30 a. n... 3 p. m., and 7 1 p. m.
iabbatt school at 7:30 p. m Rev. T. J. Bhores,
f UTliKKAN Thlrucutb street; services Bab
L bath ISO a. m.j Sunday tchooHp.ni. Be.
METUOOIHT-Cor. KlRhtb and wnot tr?
. Pr-achlne Sabbath U:U a- m- "J P
Sunday School at :ou p. m. Rev. J. A. bcarrut,
1 KKHBYTEKIAN Bl(thth street; P'e""'n nr
1 babbath at 11:00 a. m. aud 7 :S0 p. m. ; prayer
nieetln Wsdneaday at 7:S-ip.m.; Sunday School
tJp. m. K Li. Y.'Jeorne, pastor.
OT. JOSEPH'S -.Roman CtfioHe)-CorB Crow
O arid Walnut streets: services babbath 10 .80 'a.
n. ; Sunday School at 2 p. m. ; Vespers 3 p. m. . ser
ritis every day at f a.m. Kev. O'llara. 1 rtcst.
ST. PATRICK'S (Roman CatboUe) Corner Ninth
street ar.d Washington WI'QV!0I,,8chooi
Oath 8 and 10 a. m.; Vesper. S p. m.i "JJf
8 p. m. amices every da; at a. m. Key. MasK-reon
II. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K.R.
Ma.l .5:15 a.m tMall ..4. ft a.m
t.ccnm datlon.lMO a.m Kxpree :?
tExpress 4:3) p.m I Aeconidstio..4.05 p m
MIH CENTRAL B. H. t
tM.II - 4::a.mTMall .-
tKxpross 10:15a m I
CAST. L. R R.
Express I: m,
Acctm'datlon. 1 :S) p.m I
ST. L . I M
tBipreM ll::ip.m I
ri,, in iIlun. t 'MD ta
Bipr 4-5 P m
Accotii'datoln 12 :ii pm
AS. K. R.
tEipreit - 8:W p m
t Accom'dation.ll :45 a.m
WABASU. ST. LOLH PAUiriU K I
Mall K ... (i:00vm M.ll Ex.... :!p.m
ii.i!y except Sunday, t Bally.
ILLINOIS CENTKaVL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Cliicago.
The Onl v Xino liunuin
Making Dirkot Conneotion
Tiuin Lxy Caiiio;
:i:ir in. Mail.
Arrlvlne In 8t. LotiH :45 a.m.; Chicago. S: p.m.;
'Sum t Odiuand KmnRh.m for Cfncin.
imtl, LoulavillBrlndianHpolia and polnU Bant.
11:H) rv.ru. Bt. loula nnd AVfutern
Arrlvlne In St. Loul 7:05 p. m., and eoiinoctlni:
for allpoiata Weat.
4:2) p.m. Kat Kxprew.
JorSt. Louis and Chicago, arrlvin at St. Louie
lU:40p.m.,ndCblcauo7:ao a m.
4 :0 p in. Cincinnati Hiproaa.
Arrlvlnir at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Loumvllle 7:30
a m ; Indlanapolli. 4:00 a.m. PBr.nor by
thin train reach the above point. 1-J to .30
BUCKS In advance of any other route.
tfrThM.'iJO p. m. exprcM haa PULLMAN
BLKKPIJIUCAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change, and throuxh ileepura to St. J.oala and
Fast Time Kast.
X llSSCHffCl S rn polnta without any delay
canoed by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairn arrlvoa In new York Monday
nornlunatlo::i8. TUIrty-elx hours In advanceof
YKoMhVouRh tlckut and furlhor Information,
toply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
An JOUNSON, J- II. JONB,
J Afl (Jen Southern Agent. Ticket Agent.
. A. II. BAN SON. Oun . Pass, Agent. Chicago
EOHUB II. LBACII, M. D.
I'liVtfioiaii And Surgeon,
Snoclnl attontlon paid to tbo Ilomeopiitllc treat
ment of surgical aiease,iud(Usas of woumu
"omcnt'ou'llthstroot, opposite tbo TostOluco,
jyU. W. C. J0C5LYN,
OFKICB Eighth Blroot. noar Comnerc.lal Atenau
JJH. K. W. WUITLOCK,
Ornoi-No. ISA Oommerclkl Atenttt, betwssn
itgbth and ninth Htrwu
()t W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood aud Kindling
constantly on hand
At 8eventy-flvo cents por load.
At ouc dollar per load.
The "trlmmlng,"are coarae shavings and make
tLebest summer wood for cooking purposes as well
as the cheapest ever sold In Cairo. For black
imlth's nso Insetting tires, they are unequalled
Leave yaor orders at the Tenth street wood yard
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -VFT! STATES.
On rnd after Monday, Jane 7th, and until turther
notice tbefvnyboat will make trips as follow,;
MATIS MAVIS LIATBS
Foot Fourth St. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ldg.
8:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 9 a.m.
10:00.. m. 10:J0. m 11a.m.
2:00p.m. 2:30 p.m. 3 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5;00p.m.
2 p.m. 3:30 p.m. t p.m
A Now and Complete lintel, fronting on Levee
Second and Kuilroud Streets,
Tb rasscngcr Depot of the Chlcft''o, St. Lotila
sd .4ew Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabash, St.
Louts and Pnrlflc; Iron Mountuln and Southern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Lotus Railways
are all Just acrovs the struct; while the Steamboat
Landing is but one square distant,
This Hotel is heated by steam, has steara
Laundry, Hydraulic Klevator, Electric Cell Bells.
Automatic Fire-Alarms. Baths, absolutely pure air,
ported sewerage and complete appointments.
Superb furnishings; perfect service; and an un
Ij. P. l'AHKKK Ac CO.,t.sses
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F.HROSS, President. I P. NKKF, Vice Prcs'nt
II. WELLS, Cashier. T. J. Kurtb, Ass't cash
Y. Bross t'a'ro I William Klute. .Cairo
Peter Nell' " I William Wolf.... "
(!,M Ostcrloh " I 0. O Patler "
K.A. Budor " 1 11. Wells.. ...... . "
J. Y. Clerasnu, Caledonia.
A OENEUAfi BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange sold and bought
Interest paid In
the Havings Department. (J ni lectio
all business promptly attended to,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIJI5 CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EK & CO.,
Cor. Nlnutconlh street) Pnirn ' Til
ConimorcUlAma.J vBUU, Alls
UE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cuiro. IUlnoiH.
71 OHIO LBVEE
A General Rankin? business
TIIOS. V. IIALLIUAY,
JNTKHrRISB SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, ' .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TllOfeJ. V. HALLIDAY,
O A. L
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUE, grain and hay
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cah Price Paid for Wheat
PROFIUETOR OF BPKOAT'S PA'ENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WLt
P. CRT5D TOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty,
Cor, Twelfth Street and Levee,
Steamer Silverthorn; 117 feot length; 28 foot
beam; 4 foot hold; t ent(tnes; 'cylinder.; 12 Inches
diameter; 4 foot stroke; 2 boilers, 40 inches diame
ter, in feet long. The boat and machine ry is In ex
cellent repair, and in good running ord ur; shs baa
full cabin and Is one of the best Huti.t draucht
boats mi the river. For terms apply to, rr address
W. .1. Turner, master, at Hickman, Ke Jttir.ky; or
W. F. Larabdlu, river editor of Dally Bulletin,
TIIE A. c. SAFFORD.
Dally packet between Cairo and Mottnil City Cap
tain Andie Owen. ,
Leaves Cairo .7:30 A. M.
" Mound City .::" "
" Cairo .VJ Noon
" Mound City I::t0 P. M.
" Cairo ...4:;W "
" Hound City "
J ASTER'S SALE.
Sluts of Illinois, ) ClrcuU court f Alcxan
mum 01 AiuxHuuer t uercoumy.
a, ,. BBj .
l aer ci
December Hpe;lu Term, A. U. 'l-
James u. .MuWiey.
Ambrose Elkins, Delltha. Klkini anil Oeorge
Bill In Chancery to Korvcloso Murium?'.
Public notice Is hereby ylvun, that, lu iursunnci)
of aderrue nmrlo and sutured by siud court In
thu sbovu entitled cause, 011 the ptti day f Decvnv
bor, A. 1). ISHt, I Alexander II. Irvln, master lu
chancory of thu said circuit court will,
on Tuesday, tho second day of May 1HHJ, at the
hour of 11 o'clock In tbo forouuon, at tho south
westerly door of the court hoiisu, lu thu city ol
Cairo, county of Aloxuudur and Ktato uf Illinos,
sull at public uuctlun, to the highest bidder, for
cash, all and angular, tho fullowiim described
premises and real estate In said decree mentioned,
situate tu the county of Aluxsndcr and statu of
Illinois, orsu much thuro.f an shall be iu.ftlc.uut to
satisfy said ilecruo, to-wlt Part of the sonili
hnlfof tho northwest nuurtirr of section l'lve(h) In
township Hixteen (Misoiith, und In rann Two (2)
wuitnf uf the third nrlnciul,, miirullnn r.iintaltllliK
forty nvo and tlftv.ouo hundred tU acres, juoru or
Dated April Sth.lHfei.
. . ALEX. II. IR VIM.
Muster In Chanadry of ttte Circuit Court 0 ( Alox
' ander Couuty.
DaviuT, LiftkiiAB, Con) ptalauut'i Solicitor',
The 8. L. Wood left last evening with a
tow of five pieces for St. Louis.
City of Raton Rouge this evening tor
Memphis, Vicksburg and New Orloaus.
Mr. Lora Hill, chief clerk of the Silvur-
thorn, is in the city and is a guebt of the
The City of Helena, from Memphis, fir-
rived yesterday morning at 4 o'clock, and
left for St. LouiB at G a. m.
The City of Vicksburg, from the lower
Mississippi arrived last evening at G o'clock.
She left for St. Louia at 9 o'clock.
The Pittsburgh, from St. Louis, arrived
at 1 :20 p.m., yesterday. She had a good
trip for the upper Ohio and Pittsburgh.
John Barbeo, of the firm of Bowers &
Barbee, returned on the City of Helena
from a short commercial perambulation.
The Belle Memphis, from St. Louis tor
Vicksburg arrived last evening at 7:30
with a good trip and departed ut 9 o'clock.
Yesterday evening was warm and sultry
and looked as though there was another
cyclone in close proximity, but paused off
The John L. Ruoades, from Pittsburg on
her way to St. Louis, arrived here yester
day morning at 11 :15 with a big trip, and
left at! noon.
The S. L Wood, from St. Louis, returned
Tuesday night. Bud Smedley is one of her
pilots. She received five pieces and left for
St. Louisat 2 p. m.
The Thos. Sherlock, from New Orleans,
arrived yesterday morning at 9 o'clock with
a light trip, received a few passengers aud
passed up for Cincinnati soon after.
The Will Kylo from Cincinnati, landed
at the Wabash & Pacific wharf last even
ing. She received a largo amount of
freight and left in the night for New Or
leans. The Gus Fowler, noted for her prompt
ness in her daily trip between Puducah and
Cairo, was on time last evening aud had a
large number of passengers, She left at
4:40 on her return trip.
The river at the mentioned points below
stood as follows last evening at 0 p.m.:
River at Pittsburg stationary with 5 feet 0
inches. Cincinnati, 14 feet 9 inches and
rising. .Louisville, 7 teet li melius ana
The Granite State arrived on her down
trip to Memphis at 2 p.m., yesterday. Hhe
discharged consideraolo freight and added
largely to her good load. Cnpt Tichnor,
and affuble Wm. McCoy, clerk, were look
ing well. The State left at 9 p.m.
Capt. W. J. Turner, owner and com
mander of the stetttuur Silverthorn,. is a
guest of the Planters house. His boat is
now lying at Hickman, and as he desires to
retire from steamboat life, he proposes to
sell his excellent, light, draught boat. For
particulars wo refer our readers to her ad
vertisement, which appears this morning in
the regular advertising column.
For The Bulletia:
DR. WOLFE'S COMMON SENSE.
LETTER NO. X.
VAHITIES OF CONSUMPTION SYMPTOMS OP
CHRONIC AND LATENT CONSUMPTION.
In my last letter I pojnted out that blood
spitting is tho precursor or companion of
tubercular consumption, and that tho
smallest quantity bias significant as though
there were pints coughed up; and that, on
the appearence of this symptom, immediate
measures should be taker to romovo the
catiec. I will continue to describe the
symptoms of other forms of pulmonary
Chronfc consumption runs Its course in
a period varying from a few months to sev
eral years, the averago timo being about
twenty months. At first, a slight, hacking
cough comes on in the morning. It is then
dry, but after a while a thin mucus is spit
up, which as it becomes more abundant,
deposits a gray sediment. Tho causo of
this cough, as alrsady stated, la tho pres
ence ot tubercles in thu lungs. Sometimes
tho first symptom of chronic consumption
is blood spitting; at others catarrh and
soro throat indicate it.
This form of consumption is sometimes
ushered in by a succession ol chills ami
fever that como tin with tho regularity of
auo,for which it is often mistaken. Again,
it first betrays tbo fatal taint by a sense
of heat iu tho hands and feet, and a roil
flush on tho cheek. Wasting of thu body
and night sweats are serious symptoms and
indicate, thu later stages of tho disease.
General debility kocpB paco with these
symptoms, though tho appetite is not bud;
but In tho second stage the food is frequent
ly vomitod by coughing.
Tho monthly flux crows gradually scant.
and U finally suppressed. Vorylittlo pain
ispresont. Aithodlscaso progresses tho
Axruv.tnriYtlnns bunnmo nuro matter, nixod
with pecki of tuborclo. They arc covered
with a ragged, wooly surface, and when
spit in water sink. .
Chronic consumption does not always
run a uniform course, and tho symptoms
vary very much. Tho patient may bo ap
parently well fjr weeks or even months,
and die suddenly ot last; why, I will pro
ceed to explain.
A crop of tubercloB is deposited in the
lungs; they soften and are expectorated,
during which tho patient becomes feeblo.
In a little whilo ho regains his strength,
till a new crop matures and goes through
the same process of Boftening an l breaking
down. This is repeated till the patient is
exhausted. As each successive batch of
tubercles .ripens, a portion of tho lung
breaks down and is expectorated in the
form of pus. Hectic fever, night sweats,
loss of flesh and strength accompany this
condition of tho lungs. Then, again, tho
symptoms improve, tho cough disappears,
and the patient regains flesh and strength.
His friends now thick ho will get well, and
flatter him with the promiso of a speedy
restoration; but, alas, in a short timo all tho
bad symptoms return. It is the occur
rence ot all these intervals of temporary
comfort that has given an ill deserved rep
utation to Cod Liver Oil, Ilypophosphates
of soda and other quack nostrums that are
incautiously poured .into the stomach by
people whose "common senso" ought to
protect them from such folly.
The most eminent physicians content
themselves with telling their con
sumptive patients to live well,
take outdoor exercise, be pru
dent and take very little medicine. This is
all good advice. It is better than helping
on the fatal result by using preparations of
morphino to quiet tho cough at tho expense
of digestion; or making a sore on 'tho out
side of the chest to help the ulcer insido to
finish the patient; or purging to aid the
disease to exhaust tho sufferer; or Bny of
tho other fashionable modes of slaughter.
This plan of leaving the case to naturo is
the butter of thu two evils, as thu patient
has a chanco of a longer lease on life, al
though death is the inevitable result.
Latent consumption is characterized by
an absence of cough, expectoration pain, or
spitting blood, although thu lungs may be
loaded with tubcrclcB. These symptoms
are sometimes absent even till death results;
but, generally, after a period of long failing
health, spitting blood, cough or pain sets in
suddenly, causing tho disease to run a rap
id course. Tubercles often work out their
ill influences by secondary changes in the
blood. Other diseases supervene which
destroy the patient, aud from tho absence
of prominent symptoms of lung disease, tho
physician and ho are both led astray. At
tention is directed toward moving symp
toms which arc effects 'rather than causes.
Or, it the physician knows tho cause, ho
conceals it for he has no remedy. In such
causes tho patient goes about with less
alacrity than when in he .rtli; business is
an exertion; ho complains of ;heart-burn,
water-brash, uneasiness during digestion,
files, costivencss alternating with diarrhea,
disturbed rest, and emaciation. Tho urine
presents the chemical and microscopic
changes observed in organic affections of
the liver. Fistula-in-ano occurs in some
cases, and appears to keep tho tuberculous
disease in check. Chronic disorder of tho
bowels masks lateut consumption most fre
quently in females; whilo fistula is more
common to men. Besides these, various
other symptoms aro complained of, indicat
ing a diseased statu of the body, which
often puzzle the medical attendant.
On examining tho chest depression will
bo found abovo or below tho collar bones,
or both. When tho deposit is treat these
boucs stick out prominently, so to speak.
On tapping in tho immcdiato neighborhood
of the collar hones, dull sounds aro pro
duced which, to tho educated ear, establish
tho presence cf tubercles. Such cases are
generally mistaken for bilious or dyspeptic
diseases or anything but what they really
arc, and tho treatment prescribed is neces
sarily inappropriate, I would particularly
impress tho fact that active purging and
the use of mercurial preparations are apt to
arouse tubercles into activity and produco
rapid decay of tho lungs, In all bucU
cases thu chest ought to bo examined by a
competent and truthful physician, and, if
tubercles are present, proper inhaling rem
edies should at ouco bo employed.
Tho causes of Infantile consumption aro
usually duo to circumstances In which
child run are placed, and not to inheritance,
as is commonly supposed. Among tho poor
in large cities or .towns, impure air from
living in alleys or aarrow streets, or in yards
reeking with filth and garbage;sleeping iu
rooms whoso windows aro rarely opened;
pornonal and domestic uncleanllness further
contaminating tho air; bad food, wheroby
healthy devolopemont is chocked, and scan
ty clothing, exposing them to colds and
lulliinimatlimB, are causes over In operation
to duvulopo tho disuaso la thu habitation of
Strange as it may appear, tho tamo
causes aru active among tho children of tho
rich. Cooped up for at least twenty hours
out of twenty-four in hot, ill-ventilated
nurseries, Instead of spending half their
time exercising in the open air they are
fretted by a todious operation of dressing
to be sent out with Bridget for stately walks
in fashionable thoroughfares. Being so
finely dressed they must not play: "Mas
ter Charles must not rub his gloves along
the wall;" "Miss Etta must not walk in
the dirt" and this is what tbey call air
and exercise. The food, though plenty, is,
nevertheless, pernicious in quality. Instead
of being kept to plain, nutritious diet,
they aro too often indulged
in all the varities of the tablo,
and their digestion impared by candies,
sweetmeats, and cakes. Tho clothing, al
though expensive, is often deficient in com
fort; tho bare arms and legs, which im
perious fashion exacts, aro direct causes of
almost all tho croups, colds and inflama
tions with which children aro attacked.
Consumption does not usually manifest
itself in children by activo symptoms:
wasting ifi tho most prominent. When wo
find conjoined with this sores behind the
ears, swelling of tho glands of tho neck,
running of tho noso, eruptions on tlTo face,
chapped lips, and putFy eyelids, or weak
eyes with dread of the light, causing tho
child to bury its face in tho pillow, wo may
suspect tho presence' of tubercles in tho
lungs, with deep-seated diseasu in the gen
Although the causes just enumerated
will develope consumption in any child
long enough exposed to them, yet thero
is a wide difference in the susceptibility of
different children to contract it. Very in
tellectual children, with ardent affections
and loving dispositions, aro remarkably
prone to . such pulmonary decay, and the
expression constantly used with regard to
them, that '"they aro too wise or too good
to livo long" is also too frequently verified.
A pale, pasty complexion, or a large head
with a narrow chest, indicates tho same
Tho symptoms of consumption in child
ren aro very mild ; there is no spitting of
blood, tho paroxysms of coughing are. not
urgent or distressing, and the matter
coughed from the lungs is mostly swallow
ed, and causes no alarm. Night-sweats
exist only ab:ut the neck and brow. The
hectic fever is slight, and generally attri
buted to worms, or derangement of the
stomach. Diarrhea is 'a usual
attendant, and tho child moves
and starts up in its sleep
with fever. With all this, gradual wasting
of the body and strength is constantly
present. Change of air or diet may arrest
the wasting for a few weeks, but tho im
provement is only temporary. Such the
fearful symptoms return with more violence;,
tho iaco becomes pallid and care-worn, the
little body is racked with pain, and diar-'
rhea or fever terminates tho suffering.
N. B. Wolfe, M. D.
14(i Smith St.. Cincinnati, 0.
In referring to Dr. Wolfe, and his modo
of treatment, thu Evcnine Record, of
Adrian, Mich., says: Ho is a physician of
large learning and twenty-five years of suc
cessful practice in Cincinnati, in the treat
ment of consumption, asthma, Bronchitis,
loBsof voice, bleeding from the lungs, and
kindred diseases of thu respiratory organs.
Though he has boon continuously located in
Cincinnatt, O., since 1657, ho has prescribed
for, aud cured thousands of sick people
living in all parts of tho United States and
Canada, many of whom had previously
been given up by friends and physicians as
incurable. Those who livo at a distanco
and wish to consult him, but can not visit
him in, person, should first writo for his cir
cular of printed questions. By writing
answers to these, any ono can send as true a
statement of his condition as if he made
his report to tho doctor iu person. From
this circular statement the doctor can ac
curately diagnose tho disease and prepare
inhaling remedies for its removal. This
with the inhaler ho sends quickly by ex
press, with instructions for using them, to all
parts of tho Unitod States and Canada. His
address is 140 Smith street, Cincinnati, 0.
, GET YOUR MONEY.
Tho following littlo notice is a very for
cible contradiction of tho cry raised during
tho lato city election, aud still faintly heard
from a few benighted, prejudiced, sour
temperod, chronic grumblers, to 'tho effect
that tho city was bankrupt :
Cairo, Ills., April 20th 1882.
All porsons to whom tho city is indebted
and wIiobo claims have been allowed. Also
persons holding timo chocks for labor on
levees aro rcquestod to call atollicoof City
Clerk for paymont of same.
I). J.. Foley, City Clerk.
PUltCUAHER'H NOTICE. ,
ToJuo. II. Ilrown and Wm. M. Athorton, and
Ilrowu and Atliertou or any other person or per
You are hereby notified that at a sale of rsnl as.
tate.tn the county of Alexander and state of Illi
nois, held by the county collector of said county, at
Hit southwesterly door or the court home, In thu
city of Cairo, In said couuty and state on the ft'ird
day of Auuimt, A. I. 1SS0. John
Parrott purchased the following described
lots situated lu tho town of Unity,
at the same has been laid off and platted, In the
sttld count v of Alexander aud state of Illinois, for
the taxes due and unpaid thereon for the years A.
D. ISM. 1H7K, ltt?tl, 1877, 1K78 ana H7D, together with
hitn.ltln. slid eoHts: siLlil riml ontttii hefnir urud
In the names as hniow set forth, to wit:
In whose uamu taxed. I
J no. II. Urown aud
Wm. M. Atherton.
Ilrown and Atherton.
1,2,3, 4 and 5.
1.4. X 4 and 5
rtrown and Atherton
Hrnwu and Atherton
1, 2,3,4,5, and 7
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