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DAILY CAIRO B DLLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1882.
Mayor N. H. Thistlewuod.
Treasurer T J . Kurth.
( lerk Dentils. J, Foley.
C ii:inilor--Wm. It. Gilbert.
Marshal - I.. II, Meyers,
tti.ni7 -Wlllium llendrtrk.
BOlHIl (Iff ALIKUMIN.
rVsi Ward-Win. MdLlo.T. M. Klml.roanh.
Second Ward -J l.i.kle.C. N. Hugh.
Kmrnu vfardrl". O." I'.ttar, Ado,pb Swo-
"rilt'b Ward-T. W. Uallldav, Ernest B. Pattlt.
('(mill .lurttfii 1. .1. Maker.
CiruiillClerk-A. H. Imn.
('.unity .Indue U. H Yocuin.
County Clerk S. J. Hum hi.
Ciniuiy Attorney J M. IMniron.
Ciiiiinv Treasur.-r Mile W, Parker.
(ilii-rlll1 -John llodiic.
County Commissioner T. W. Ilalllday, J. A.
until Mrid PeUtr seup.
WR HU'Tlsr. -Corner Teulh and Poplar
str.--t; iiritn-.hliiu tirslaiid third Sunday III
cat h mouth. 11 a. .u. and 7: i. "U'"'..,!'!""1"
Tliur.tUy, 7 ' P. ! K-nfjT f-W
MIIVI'H OF TUB RBIKBMKKBplac.l.l)
L f'.'.'iiiwiitl. street; Sunday 7:la in.. Holy
K.i. harist ; H : a. m.. Sunday school : 1 o .m..
Mon.liii! Prayer; a rtn u. m.. KtetilliR I rayers. r
I'. Davenport, b. T. U. Hector.
I'llt-T MISSIONARY IIAPTIBT CHUItCH
V IT-' vhli.tr at lil:.a.iL..li. m-.aiid I:W P; .
hl.l.ati, .hu.il at 7:J p. m Rev. T. J. Shorn,
I T'TIIKIIAM -Thirteenth street ; sendee Sab-
4 UOi I :i a. in ; bnnUay school 2 p. m. Rov.
K ' I I' - . I1! '
MKT1UMJIHT C..r. Elk-Mr- nJ Walnut at reels,
l'r.' hlii' Sabbath U :!. m. end 7:10 p.m.
J-undsy S :li.j.ii H -i:t p ni. Kev J. A.Kcarrmt,
1IIFMYTKKI AN Eighth street; preaching on
Sabbath at lta a. m. and 7:S p. m.; prayer
me-int: Wednesday at T.tfi . m.; Holiday bcheol
atltt m. Rev M. V. ieore, pastor.
CI .losKI'll S -Roman Catholic)
b .Ml Walnut streets; service. Sahhalb 10 .an,
n.- Sunday Srh.-.l at Hp. m.; Vsier P. ;'
every day at 8 a. in. Her. O llara. Priest.
ST PATRICK'S -Romaa Catbollc)C'ornr Ninth
Vir.-t and WaahlnKton aenne; aervltea 8ab
oa.h and 10 a. m. ; V..pr. I p. m. ; 8 rh4
iV.m. -r vlcci eery day at 8 a. m. Ke. MoAlfnioii
Jt. It. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. It.
.. 3:15 a m tMail m
UnimMaU.W.jr.W a.m 'f i''-
,X(,reM 4: p.m I AtttdaUi.u..:i5 p m
HISS CENTRAL H. K.
jhipic. l:l5amlEij.r.-M II. a.m
ST L.AC RR (Narr-ivrOautfe
Einn-K !". I Kipr. P m
ft.iBrda'tii.B. 1 : p m Aftom-daloln IO.1, p.m
bT L . I.M . 8 K. R
lAtcom uaiion. ;:IPB I tActom datlon 11.45 am
WAHKSH. ST. LOI'IS PACIFIC K'Y CO.
..VV1K... 4 Mali K. ...: pm
Dally except SiintUy. t Dally.
M0BILK4OHI0 K. K
Mail. .;iiSara. Mtl
Bipr,-M U a.m. Kpri
.H Vl p.m
.h:.Vu p m.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
A .Hi , wi wffl Tfiiiiiiiiief
Shortest anl Quickest Route
St. Louis anil Chicago.
Tho Onlv Line liunnin
9 DAILY THAWS
0 From Cairo,
Makino Direct Connkotion
Thaini Lfi Caii"': ..
11:1 Tu m. Mftii.
Arrtvinir In 81. Lnui:45a.m.; CblcaKO.S:! p.m.;
C m ert i.K at odln and KMnubam fur cfncln
Mil! I uivtlle, MdianKpoli. and point" Bwt.
1 1 ,H iv.in. Ht. I.ouin timl VUrn
Arrivlni:ln8t.L.ui;:0r.p. ni.. and conuecttnc
fur all pmuta Wuat.
l:UO i.m. Kiwt Kxprttaa.
lot 8t. Lot'lf "' fhlciK". arriviuK t9t. Louli"
p.m., and ChlraRo 7:i m
Arrlvlni! at t:lncinnail 7:'' L.iumvllle 7:20
a m ImllaimpoM- AM a.iu I'u m wt by
11, " mlii nafli the ahove txtlnt 1U to .tl
HOCUS In advance of any other rotit".
tr-Tlm4"J0 D. m. opr.' baa l'ULLMAN
k.'mJ IN?; I! AB Cniro to Cincinnati, wltbo-it
Fust Time Kant.
raSSCllirei'S SrV' Rntmt y dfly
cat.i.l by Sunday IntnrvHilnR. Tbe ""I'tf,:
noon trtitn fr.nu Cairo arrive In new Yo'k dy
ni'trr-tt'iial l::ir.. Tblrly-mi boiiraln advance of
VXKbI. McWelHund MrO.er Information,
aitXTatll mil C'l'tml Knllmad Depot. Cairo.
IYlyalimuoiv u J0NBS iMcicot Ant.
A. FJ. HANSON, 0n. Paa. Agent. Chicago
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS
Exprum and Mall leave Cairo, every ilay except
Sunday, at H"-'S a. m. Arrlv, 4:3np. m.
AccommtHlatlon arrives iitIU:os p. m. aud do
part at I "!) P- m.
pH. W. 0. JOCKLYN,
OFFICB-Klghtli Street, neat Comti.retal Av.nflu
JU. E. W. WMTLOCK,
Urnui-No. 186 Comm.rclal ivunus, btwan
11 ILL AND C0MMIHHI0N.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAV
niehHHtCanb Price Puiil for Wheat.
Coiiunci-eiiil Aveuiii' and Eighth Street,
K. HHOSS. I'rwtd. nt. I P. NKKK. Vice Pren'nt
II. WKLlS, Cneliit'r. T. J. Kurth, Ain't cadi
F. HroM . Ca!ro VVtlllam K:ui,c. .Cairo
Pett-rNeir .. William Wu!f.... "
CM Oticrlok " I C ( I'atltr "
E. A. lluder " II. Well '
J. Y. Clemoo, Caludiinia.
AOKNEKA'. IIANKINd UCSINKsS DONE.
BxchaiiKe old and li'julit . Intftrort paid In
Ibe Sviii(( Dfpartmuiit. Cullerllou made and
all buaiuu promptly attended tu.
PROI'UIETOK OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
VVViolos.'ilo Uoalor in Ico.
ICE UY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
Pr:KED FOR BH1PPINO
Our Loads a Spocialtv.
t) k k n; C:
Cor. Twelfth Street aud Levee,
TUIE KEOt'LAR CAIRO AND PAUL'CAH
HENRY E. TAYLOR Mal. r
GEO. JOHES Urk
Leave Padiirah for Cairo daily (Snudaye rtc.ept-
1 a. in. and Mound City all p ni. Ilttnru
, L tit Cairo at 1 p. iu. Mound. City at bp. in.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
lOREE 53&X2 STATES.
On r.nd after Monday, Jane 7th, and until turtlier
notice tbe reny boat will moke trips as follows:
MATIS LIAVIS LIAYII
Foot Fourth it. Missouri Land's- Kentucky Ld g.
t:00i,m. 8:30 a.m. 1) a. m.
10:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 11a.m.
a:()0p. m. 2:30p.m. J p.m.
4:(Cp. m. 4:30 p.m. 5;iK) p. in.
2 p. m. 2:0 p.m. S p.m
THE A. R. S AFFORD.
Daily puckt't between Cairo aud Mouud City Cup
tain Au tin Owen .
Leaves Cairo H:.K) A.M.
" Mound City H:;mi " "
" Cairo U::m" "
" Mound City 1 :M1 P. M.
" Cairo 4::i0 ' "
" Mound City B " "
rjUIECITY NATIONAL RANK.
Of Culro. llUnoiH.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
O APITAL, 100,00()
A General Bankin? business
TIIOS. W. IIALLIUAY.
JNTKRl'RISE SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TITOS. W. II ALL1UA Y,
W. F Lamuiiin, river udllor or 1'hi Hi.'i.i.tim
and steamboat paction , 'or ai;ent. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job printliiK solicited. OlDce
at Planters Hotel, No, M Oblo levee.
HTAO ICS OK TIIK ItlVKIl.
The river marked liy the yatiyu las' even
iug at 4 o'clock at thin jiort 8 feet
inches and ri.sinf.
I'ittblnir,', Juneii 4 p. m. River 5 feet
4 incliL'H and xtatiniiary.
Cincinnati, Juno 23-4 p.m. River 19
feet 2 inches ami fulling.
LouiHville, Juno 234 p. m. River 9
feet and fulling.
NaHhville, June 23 -4 p.m. River 13 feet
11 Inches and rinin.
Ht. Louin, June 23-4 p. m. River 27 feet
7 inches ami rising.
The City of Cairo, from St. Louis, ar
rived at (5:30 p. in. yesterday. She was
uuito liiiit. and le t lor VieksLurir at 8
Tliu Vint Shinkle luft Memphis yester
day evening, and is due to-morrow night
for Cincinnati. Get y.tur tickets from W.
F. LamLdio, aj,'cnt. Otlice 51 Ohio levee.
The Fannie Tatum leaves Bt. Louis this
evening for Cairo, I'aducah, ami Ewald's
iron works on the Cumberland river. She
will report here to-morrow night.
The City of Providence is due this morn
ing tor St. Louis. Khe hails from Vicks
liurg. The Ste. Genevieve, from Memphis,
passed up for St. Louis lust night.
The John A. Scuddor, from St. Louis, is
due to-morrow evening for New Orleans.
The City of Ilelena, from St. Louis, will
report here this evening tor Memphis.
The Vickstmrg is due to-morrow even
ing from St. Louis for Vieksburg.
TheJas. W. Gair, from Memphis, ar
rived yesterday morning at 3 o'clock. She
had 000 bales of cotton, one hundred thou
sand feet of lumber, ami a good lot of pas
sengers. She received some freight here,
and departed for Cincinnati at 3:30 a. m.
The U. P. Schenck arrived hero yester
day at 1 p. m., five days and twelve hours
out from New Orleans. Her freight trip
was light, but she hail a large number of
paHfcngers, received a few here, and left for
Cincinnati at 1 p. in.
Yi'bterduy was not warm, but hot, what
could be safe'y termed a regular "briler."
Go in the shade.
Times are surely getting hard, which is
illustrate! very plainly every day by a
great many people of respectable appear
ance and evidently been used to good liv
ing. In travelling we rind many such peo
ple going mi deck, taking their provisions
with them. Yesterday we issued tickets to
a gentleman ami lady going up the river
who informed us that they were taking
their lirst trip on deck, as their circum
stances would not admit of their paying
cabin fare. Similar cases are daily becom
ing more frequent. Ard this is only one
trifling instance of the many usages of
economy which is being udapted to meet
the hard times.
The City of New Orleans wits lying hero
twenty-four hours loading for New Or
leans, and could have taken more freight,
but she exhausted tho supply aud made a
clean sweep, leaving for the Crescent City
at 5 p. m. yesterday.
The Gus Fowler arrived iu timo from
I'aducah lastcvening. She had a first-class
freight and passenger trip, and left on her
return for Paducali with a good passenger
and deck register.
Charlie Hancock, one of the clerks of the
Fowler, stopped o!F Thursday evening on
a business trip for his boat, so he says, but
Charlie, being "quite a lady's man, we are
inclined to doubt this statement. He re
su uied his duties again last evening.
Rill Marshall is now iu the oflico of tho
Fowler with Geo. Jobes. Uilly is an tx
Wo were informed yesterday that Frank
Fleece ami Ruck Roberts have purchased
tho little steamer Octavia to run as a regu
lar packet from raducah o Metropolis, in
opposition to the new packet City of Me
tropolis,now iu that trade. Frank will no
doubt quit dealing out "spirits of Fer
meuti" to his customers and go back to his
old occupation, that of stcamboatiDg.
The fiuo steamer Hudson will report
here this evening for St. Louis, Capt. John
Griffith commanding. For passage rates
see W. F. Lainbdiu, agunt. Office: 51
Tho big sidewheol Andy Raum, of the
Memphis and Ohio River Packet Company,
is duo from Cincinnati to-day for Memphis,
Capt. II. Q. Vintou, master. W. F. Lamb
din, agent, will furnish tickets for passes
gors at reasonable rates.
From a notice in the Cincinnati Enquirer
of the 21st inBt., we loam that Mr. Deem
first clerk of the Raum, stopped off the boat
to attend his mother, who is dangerously
ill. NVo hope she may soon recover.
Herman Weil, a former I'aducah boy,
passed through the city yesterday on bis
way home. He took passage on the
Schenck, and will visit his father's family.
His young wife, who is also in I'aducah,
will probably return with him soon to Cali
fornia, as hu is in the employ of the Pa
cific railroad running from Sun Francisco
to Ogdun, Utah.
The Charley Morgan, of the "Rig O"
Line, is due this evening for Nw Orleans.
The R. S. Rliea, from Nashville, is due
here early Monday morning, ami will take
freight and passengers for all landings on
the Cumberland, leaving hero at 2 p. m. tho
same day for the Rock City. '
A special to Tiik Rru.iyl'iN last night
stated that the senatorial Convention of the
Fifty-first district, enclosed of Franklin,
Williamson, Johnson and Pulaski counties,
met at Marion, Willinnnon county, yester
day, ami nominated candidate ti the gen
eral assembly of the State.
The convention wa organized by elect
ing Mr. Joseph V. Robert, of Pulaski
county, chairman; ami Mr. W. II. Perry, of
Williamison county, as secretary. Hon.
Daniel Hogan, of Mound City, was nomi
nated on the first ballot for
state senator, and for tho lower
lions", Messrs. Miles Irwin, of
Williamson county, and V. W. Ilost kison,
of Franklin cunty, were nominated almost
without opposition. The proceedings of
the convention were very peaceable and
without any pianifrstatiuns of ill-fueling.
Ry tbe late state gerrymander, the fifty
first senatorial district was made Republi
can by a majority of seven hundred and sixty-four,
so that the election of the gentle
men, above named, is a foregone conclusion.
Henry W. Longfellow.
Tho death of Longfellow is a severe
ami irreparable loss to English litera
ture, for he is almost the last of those
who have aeliieved renown and com
pelled respeot for American letters
abroad. Hawthorne., Bryant. Frcseott,
Motley and Cooper have finished their
work. Whittier alone remains but he is
trembling on the threshold of the tomb.
About Longfellow's genius there is
but one opinion in the hearts and judg
ment of bis countrymen. He stands
foremost as the only poet America has
produced who can rank with the groat
poets of the English language below
Shakspeare, Milton and Byron. Euro
pean literature, especially that of tier
many, had a powerful influence upon
his literary work. Of English poets
Tennyson is the one he mostly resem
bles, and vet there is little real similarity
between tlie two. His many transla
tions from Spanish, Gorruan, Swedish,
Danish and Anglo-Saxon attest his lin
guistic and poetic skill. His own works
have been translated into many lan
guages, and a prominent English au
thority has saiil of them, "on tliix side
of tbe Atlantic Longfellow and Wash
ington Irving are as well known as
Tennyson ami (ioltl-miitb." This is
strong but deserved praise.
In America bis complete works have
enjoyed the largest circulation ami it is
almost impossible to overestimate the
regard in which Tennyson has been held
by all the scholars ami literature. More
than any other poet he secured the love
of the children of his fellow-countrymen,
of which a sterling illustration was giv
en by the assembling of ,ri.oo0 chilitren
of the public schools of Atbtiita. Ga., on
the la-st anniversary of his birthday. For
he to them was the "humbler poet."
Whose witiicn jried'ed from hl heart
An shower from the cliticls or summer
Or tear, from the eyelid Htiirt,
To every lover of poetry wherever tho
English language is spoken he was the
poet of gentleness, sweetness ami refine
ment. His work seldom suggested
strength or greatness, but in pure, sim
ple eloquence it has seldom been excel
led. Many may think "Evangeline" and
"Miles Siamlish" are the best of his
works, but after several of his lyrics
contained in "Tho Voices of the Night"
and his "Songs," which are perfect in
construction and beautiful with a pen
ttive sadness ami humanity, the writer
believes that "The Song of Hiawatha,"
will outlive others of his more preten
tious works if for nothing else for it.s
peculiar construction ami the soft, liquid
music of its quaint metre, which is like
the flow of water "rising, rippling on the
pebbles," Surrounded by friends and
all the harmonies of life he has lived a
long and beautiful life. Ho loved learn
ing, and tho serenity of books amid
which and full of years and honors he
has passed on to join tho Being beaute
ous, and the people to-day mourn his
loss, nnd rejoice that he lias entered at
the open door.
Fnrewidl O Hiawatha I
Thus depnrtuil lllnwntba,
Hiawatha the Ili'lovetl, I
lu tho irlnry of the sunset,
In tliti itiiriile mists of evening,
To thti region of tho home-wlntl !
Of the northwest wind, Keewaydtn.
To the Island of tho lilessetl,
To the klnjiilom of I'oneniah,
To tho lund of the hereafter.
A Burlesquer'a Beginning.
A young man who wants to become
a comedian of tho burlesque order itsks
how is the best way to commence. O,
we don't know. They coiiinmnee in dif
ferent ways. Some curry chairs at first,
ami pull up the carpet, and stnnd
around holding wooden spears. But
the surest way is to appear : it heifer.
Don't misunderstand us. A young niun
who appeared here lust jear as tho hind
legs of a stage heifer, in a burlesque
opcni, is now Hie leading comedian of
the t roupe. We do not know how his
experience as tho hind legs of a hoifer
helped hi ni, (ml he has got there, aud
gets a sirliirv. ftckii Su,
I ETTEU LIST.
LIST OK LKTTKH8 11EMAIN1N0 UNCALLED
K011 IN TIIK I'OSTOKFICB AT CAIHO, ILL.,
SATUItOAY, JUNE 24, 182.
Andeison, Mary L Anderson, Mary II
Anderson, M Louisa Alexander, Jane
Black, Martha A Blackman, Lizzie
Rrakeman, Mrs Blantter, Tillio
Callaghan, Mary Eastwood, Ida
Elder, Causey Fleming, Eunes
Goodn, Jane Orige, Mary
Johnson, Amelia Mills, Annie
Mitchell, Louisa O'Brien, Rebecca
Power, Sto Miss I'urcell, Kate
Rite, Ellin Shean, Mary
Htovall, Sam Ella Smith, Mary E
Sours, Anna Smith, Kittie
Winsor, GraeieJ Wimloring, Armauda
Walsh, Bridget Williams, Virginie
Austin, Martin Rrady, Finis
Benacer, Jos F Burns, James
Bowen, Riley, 2 Barry, Will
Cheatham, Harry Churchill, Martin
Collins, R-.ss Caldwell, R
Carey, S I Dunlapp, John
Eslell, James Franke, II W
Foster, Archey Givens, Henry
Hayse, Dan Hancock, Cicero .
Hanson, O II Koberson, Geo
Lovelace, E N Crosaley, John
Marten, Ed Meron, J H
Owens, Richard Owen, W E
Petty, Wm Perkins, John
Rix, Gus Richie, W J
Scarborough, R L Smith, R B
Sullivan, John II Snow, Ed A
Strattou, Chas Wyatt, A W
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please say advertised.
Geo. W. McKeaiq, Postmaster.
Jos. Dukhinluhukr. Rroadway, Buffalo,
was induced by his brother to try Thomas'
Eelectric Oil for a sprained ankle; and with
half a dozen applications he was enabled
to walk round again all right. Paul G.
"TriEY can not all lie," was the observa
tion of one while reading the endless testi
monials to "Dr. Lindscy's Blood Search
er." It is infallible.
Si i .
Slut of Illinois, 1
v hj Clrrnlt rmirt nf AIit.
County of AlexHinlrr amlrr county.
vt iiiiaui vtoou.
Kli.a Kidney. Mary Rlney and Thomas Klgncy.
Hill to loreclose niorlirti;e.
Public iiiitlc.e Is bi'Mby itlvpii, that, in pursuance
of a decree made and entered by sal court in lit
aliove fiilitlfU cause, on trie I .I'll day or .May,
A. I) ISsJ, I, tb iiii.. rflnned, musier In chancery
ol the snlil ft nrl, will oh
I'll lit -DAY TIIK I7TII DAY Or JILT. 1"S2
at the hour of 11 o clin k lu the
ori'iioon, at thti sauthwcHterly dour
of thecoiirt hoiist., in the rlly ol Csl'o, county of
Alexander, and state or Illinois, sell at public auc
tion, to the hlL'hL'Ht bidder, lor cash, all
ami b! i i i;i i lar, tho following described prnmlsi s anil
real cplutu in saitl aerrco int ntlouta, situate in the
county of Alexander ann slate of Illinois,
or ro much thereof as shall bo sufficient to satisfy
said decree, to wlt: l.ot. numbered Twenty four
fan. in niook numbered rntrty in tlie city or
l aiio, as fcnowu and designated ou tbe recorded
map or plat of hh lit cltr.
Dated, Cairo, 111., Juneaitn, isss
ALEX. II. IliVIN,
Master in Chancery.
Jno. M. Lanshkn, Couiplalnaut's Solicitor.
State of Illinois, )
ss Circuit court of Alexan-
County of Alexander) ilercouiity, Iu Chancery.
Sainiiul hi toil rt i ayior aim ituwin rarsons, Trus
tee ol tbe Cairo trust I'roperty.
Kenjamln K. Parker.
Hill to Foreclose Mortuagfl.
Public notice Is hereby uiven. Unit, In nuraiianco
of a decree made and entered by said court In
the above entitled cause, on Ihn 15th day of May,
A. I ISS'J, I the nndorsliriiod, niaeter In
cbnnrery of the said court will, ou
Till KSOAT, Til Mi I 11 Uf .IULV. ISW, at
the hour of It o'clock lu the foreuoon, at the south
westerly door of the court house, iu tliu city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and Slate of initios,
sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for
en- It, all and singular, the follow Inn described
tireiiiiettH and real estate III std decree mentioned,
situate in the county of Alexander and state of
Illinois, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to
satisfy said decree, to-wit: Lot numbered Seven
teen (17), lu block numbered Kortv-slx, (t'l) In the
city of Cairo, as known aud designated on the re
corded map or plat of said cltr.
Dated Cairo, Illinois, Juue mth, 1km J.
ALEX. II. IRVIN,
Master In Chancery.
(iiken On. shut, Complainant's Solicitor
Stat or Illinois I Circuit Court of At
. eiander County.
;ocnti ur Ai.si.ni'flii i iu uanrpry.
KiiKeule Culley and Cyrelle A. Marchlldon
Jeremluli M'Psnlul, Elizabeth M'Danlol, MosesF.
uooiiuian anu iiauiu uoney.
Hill to Foreclose Mortiraue.
Public notice Is hereby niven, that. In pursuance
or decree tnailo ami eutoren ov ssin roan in
the all iveenlltled cause, on tho SiUh da; of May,
A.I), issw, 1, the iindorslnued, niastur chancery
uf the said court, will, on . ,.
HiniSllAY, THE I7TII DAY OF Jt'LY, ISSJ,
at the hour of 11 o'clock In , forenoon.
at Ihesoiitiiwoslurly door of the " house in the
city of Cairo, county of Alei;,er. .' J'
Illinois, sell at public auctle" '' f,'Khf,"t
der, for Vssh, all and Jf"Wlaf
scr.bed premises and rea- nVJ''d.1 .CreS
mentioned, liute In KRl.!
late of tlHnitls,orsr.4"eh he'if? ,n'1
pnnicU.nl to satisfy r l.'i'Tw.
n.turt I'.im iioii June S'ltn, iwa.
Dated, Cairo, ill L- ,HV1N
Mastsr In Chancery,
Waltih Wap Conplalnsui'i Solicitor.
Whilt other Baking Powder$ art largely
adulterated with Hum and other hurtful
ha$ been kept unchanged in all its original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
its flitting received the highest testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, fret
its introduction to tho present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
true test-the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS ft PURE FRUIT ACIO BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
EtavSMtsrsr. flf L.pall. T.ut O.K.. Pr. Prl.'. SpMlal
ri.f.rl.i Ukricu, u4 Ur. 1'rlM'i tlal.. ftrfuM.
NEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EH & CO..
Cor, Nineteenth street I Pair A Til
Commorclal Avenue Vttill, All.
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Insurance Company
IN Till-: WOULD.
it alone Issues
stipulating that the contract of Insurance "chill
not bo (listened" after it is three years old,
aud that such policies shall be
on receipt of satisfactory proofs of death.
Us policy Is clear aud concise, and coutalus
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. B.-UF.AD YOUR V0UC1KN. Compare, tbe
short and aliunlu lorm used by the Etmttublo with
the louit and obscure contracts loaded dowuwUti
technicalities issued by other cotupuulual
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holders are
N. H See tho many letters from policy holder
cxprssxlUK their Kratillcailon wtlh tbe returus from
their Ton tin Savings h't'Nu 1'oi.iliss.
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely In vested, nearly
K. A. BURNETT, AKent.
Offlc, corner l'Jth uil WMhloiitou.
November IM, ISSI. madw
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