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CAIKO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 11)83.
Vayor N. H. ThliUlewood.
rri'niirrr T J.Kerta.
Cl"fk DiUiiU. Ji foley.
jt;uir--Wiu. B. Gilbert.
tlnri"tl L. H. Meyere,
MioMtey W I! Ha in Heurt ricks.
ir-i aril Win. Me Hale. T. M . Klmbroagb.
S.rom) Ward- Jem tliukle, 0 . N. Uiuhee.
I'Mr l Ward U. f, B.alio, Johu Wood.
Fourth Ward-t'berlee 0. Patter, Adoipb wo-
"loon Ward-T. W. Ualllriav. Ernest fl. PettU.
(irc-,11 .Judt'e u.J. Maker.
Clfult Clerk A. H. Irvln.
County JudwK. S Vucuin.
Co'Uil) Utiim S. J. Hutnm.
I'ounry Attorney J. M. Oamrou.
County Trt-anurwr-yitei W. Parker.
Mieilif Jotin liodmia.
Corouer K Kltagerhitt ,.,.. .
County Cornrateioiire-T. W. Balliday, J. A
Ulbh. ami Peter raj,i.
1AIKO dITHr.-0 rn-r Tenth and Poplar
L streHa; preachUm 6rt and tuird Sunday In
'0l" " r !i'v. A. ) II ESS. Pa?or.
Mil'ltCH OK TUB KS02KfcK-Kleeipa'.
C K'.iurwn:n iwwti Saaday 7:W a ... '
t..-hnn : a. ... Suwlaj ''!; "
Homln" Piaor; if' p. n., Kvening Prayers, r
iav-;upori. s. T. . Hactoi.
ru,M M!iMUSARY BAPTIST CUUKCJ.-
l-r.-ftrUt.Sitl...Ka.n...iip.m.. arld , :J p. m
. i, et.uooi at p. w R- T. J
pi. i Mr
i r-i l.ii.K..Th.rveulh etieeti aertrftea rau
1 hinl-.jj a. m ; SuOy school p m. Hev
Mr" f ll'jUlwT-l'or. Elihl and Waii.ot streets.
iTiuciuti. !bba".a : m. en4 7:W p. m.
IiKt.YTF.KIAN -Ktirath etraet; peaentaR cm
1 ',ki,w.b it U" a. m.and 7: p. !;'
i.e. trv Wdteatlaf at 7:S0p. uv; Sunday School
,i 4 i m H -v B. Y. 'rw, paitor.
i .Nr-VlM ft--i Roman Catholic) ortir Cross
w-','.. ua'r.nt ttre.u: rv..-e tJVrtatb, !:80a.
-X ji-iiidav scb.K.1 at P- tn.: Vpert p. m.: a:r
.it.cwrdayatv to. heT. OlUra. J neat.
c rHI'.li'S-t'jiiuan Catbolle) Corner Ninth
rr'n and Wniiinn arouue; aurvtcea Sab
o..!!. ai i Ha. in.; V;ra S p. m.; Sundaj School
: p. ?i. i-rvt:n e-:ry day al s a m. Het. i. JtctK B
IT. R. TiyKCAUI) AT CAIUO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It- R-
Vail....- ... 3.03 a.m
Hccom'dation.ll :I a.m
Kxiire.) M:10 a. -a
Accomdatloa .4:15 pm
C. bt. L. 4 N. 0. R. R. (Jicknoa ujuw).
fMail 4-.4.mtXall... .. .. 4.)p tn
Kipa 1": -fl a m I rSxprefB u a m
tAc'Jiodati'in S top m
ST. l. A f. K. R. (Narrow Giuce )
Kiprea- .5 a.m I 'Ktprv 4:p ra
Accom'datlon. I:u0p.m Accout'datlou a to
' HT. L . I. M ASK. R
ExprM 10:30p.ra I tExpra... :4'J P ra
'A"AfU"H, 8T . LOI'H P VdPIC R'T CO.
UU A Kt .... vm I 'Vtatl 4 Kt.... V1 ( m
VrroinMntloo t:0i p m I cco'n'datlon V'Si m.m
Fri-iHtit -.": a m. Frlbt ...-1.....6 45 p.m.
U..) eatei aundy. t Uawy.
M'iBILE OHIO B. R'.
Mail :5ia. m. I Mail... ....8:10 p. m.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Qaickest Route
T 0 -
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv JLino Runuint?
o DAILY TRAIrf
O From Cairo,
Making Direct Connection
Arrlrlneln St. Lonli :45 a.m.; Chicago. t) :90p.m.;
CounectlnR at Odin and Kfflnham for Cfncln
nail, LonlavUle, Indianapoha and polnta Kat.
1 1:1U H.in. t. Ixui and Weatom
Arrlvlnnln bt. Louli?:05p. m., and conoectln?
for ail pomta VVoat.
3.00 p.m. Faat Kxpreain.
or8t Lonla and Chlcatfo, arriving at St. Lonla
lOMOp.in., and Chicago 7:2') a.m.
3 DO p.m. Cincinnati Express.
Arriving at Clncl-catl 7:00 a.m.; Louiartlle 8:.'5
am: Indlanapolla 4:08 a.m. PaoenKra by
thia train ruach tha above polnta la to 36
UoUKS In advance of any other route.
MfTb8:5) p. m- xpr haa PULLMAN
SLEEPI"OCAR Cairo to Cincinnati, wlthoit
ehanijea, and throngh aleoperi to 8t. Looli and
Fast Time East.
raS?5Cllll,"IS ern polnta without any delay
tanned by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrivea In new XO'k Monday
norotag at 10:3S. Thlrty-aix honra In advanccol
BT other route,
IXT For through ticket and further Information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot. Cylro.
v J. a. jONES.Tiraet Agent.
A. IT. HAN90N, Qen. Paes. Agent. Chicago
QE0RQB U. LEA.CH, M. U.
Physician and Surgeon.
8ptal .ttuntlon paid to tha tToB"op'hte treat
m-titofaurgical dlneaiea, auddiBeaoe of women
0;Bcu: On 14th gtret, oppoalt the PoM O.Hce.
l W. C. JOCFLYN,
0FK1CE Elchtk Street, marComuerclal Avenue
U. K W. WniTLOCK,
Ovricnt No. 1U Oommarclaj AvaiM, otwa
jirJ'i ana niotn
While other Baking Powdert are largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
bat been kept unchanged In all Ha original
purity and strength, The best evidence of
hi safety and effectiveness is the fact of
it: naving received the hinhtt testimoni
afs from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, fret
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
true tost-the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
lut'inurm M pill T'Ut Gai, fir. Prir.'. ftpwtal
rirla Utrari., tui Or. I'rlm'i I'nlto. rwftBM.
JEW FHII AND OV.1T2R DEPOT.
IIavion )vv perfe tal ra a'mngementa to
aapply the trde with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Cm Now OJir as Follows Oys'eri
Taken From tlie S'io 1 Here Fresh
rs From Use Gulf.
Ba' on Cook St M pr 11
i ilea , i at
' Bi.iii) 7J
OrMeri in b -Ik 61 "
Ojiusr. tundud" la ciiit M '
Rd Snapper per tt)
Lroklea ..... "4
Sheep Head, 4c "
Bhrlm a. Iib-.t C-aK and Ta't'ei a'l Ip ea(on
L1BEH L OIsCOuNT TO TUB TKADE.
JOHN PI tO AT.
V Alt I KT V STOKE.
XKW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stcicli
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. 1 'ATI Eli & CO..
30r. Nineteenth .treet f 1i 1 Tn III
Commercial Awnn f 4 Ml 1 1 17 111
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale dealer in loe.
CF PYTHK CAR LOAD OR TON,WEIJ
?f:RED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Specialtv.
Cor, Twelfth Street and Levee,
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO it. R.
TRAINS RCN AS-FOLLOWS.
os atfD arret imotT, ooroasa 8t,
Expretaand Mall lcavua Cairo. everv day exropt
Su'idav. at 8:15 a m. Arrlv.a at Eaat 8t. Loula at
8:20 p. m ArrlvueatCuiroat 4:15 p. tn.
Accomuioaaiion airivua at it :ati a. in. bqh aa
parte atlioo p.m.
IL T. QEROULD AND
C. P. N E W L A N D.
AND GAS FITTERS,
DRIVW WKLLS, FORCK VD
LIFT PUMPS FIT ItVlSH KD AND PUT
CP IS, A WOKKMAXLIKR
MANNER, O AS FIX
TUllES Of all klndfiimli(hed to ordor. o'd flxtnrea re
bronaai; o iblag pr cnpilf attended to. Ordori
received at Daolel Ua tman'i or at tba shop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUB BETWEEN
HINETE AND TENTH STREETS,
OAIUO . . . IL.L.S.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY RY CHA9. CUNN1SO-
9:80 A. U.January j'.lH
January, j I'lbruuiy, .Maicb. lay.
Pork.... " I Vi7 B7
Wbuat... li.l I 1 n.-lH 1 9'
Corn.... 1 j iO I fh Alt 4
Oata.... aWj I K I Xh 40
1I:3 J I'. M
January. I'ehnia'y, March. I Way.
Pork ... $ 17M!17 7n '
Wbi-at.. 101' 1 i.i'. 1 In 14 I ifiV.
Corn em M'S S rm'Z
Oat a 89 3D 8 40(
t it I'. M
Jan arr. I tehtuaro. 1 March Jlay.
Pork.... J!7 1) 817" 'l75 1
hat.. 1 ul' I idi 1 t fHA
Corn ... ft' : R1 . (17 1 V
Qj.... 3n :', I 1 awft
V. F LMBiiiy. nr etf'i.tror i'it Ri'm.bti"
and "leanhoii pn'.i ir fmi, OMera for all
klndnof !nhr.iit Jo't piniriug "llclted. Office
at Bie ' Earo;'aa ii ot-i. Xu. "i Ohio leves.
BTA0E3 OK TIIK KlVKIl,
The rivor mtrkir by tlia giUj,'e last
evening at this port, 17 ket and
11 indies and risi dct.
Cincinnati, Jan.22-fl m. River 25
feet 4 indies and risinr.
Pittsburgh, Jan 32 C p.m River 11 feet
4 inches and rising.
Louisville, Jin. 220 p. m. Ki ver 10
feet 10 inches and rising.
Nashville, Jw. 22 (i p.m. River 24 (cut
2 inches and filing.
St. Louis, Jan. 22 -fi p.m. River 5 fet
5 inches and falling.
Yesterday was ch ar tmd cold and the
average bfy employed himself by prepar
ing a tino(;t!i phce fr pneticin on ihe
levee in front nt the wnanbuits No. 1 and
2, at t he expenne uf ahue leather and a re
lettom fT his trousers.
The Gus F wler arrived here from Pa-
dncali at 4 p.m., ea'tnlny und ri'porte
very heavy ice running there. The Evans
ville packet II ipkins has hirlmred in the
Tennessee river with sever d other boats.
The Jas W. Gaff from Memphis will re-
Lport here eavly this morning. She has a
big trip but will probibly not ' aty
farther than PaJuc.ih until the ice thips
The R. 8. Rhea had not arrived at P.i
ducai when the F iwler left there jester
day morning, so she will not como through
to Cairo this trip.
The P iris C Brown passed up for Cin
cinnati at 1 o'clock ytsterJay moroinsr, but
will lurdly g ) further than Ijucu at
TIip fine steamer GiUen Crwn leaves
ht-re this morning for New Oih-ans. She
has a good freight trip an 1 pt-s.:n,;er trip.
The Annie P. Silver departed for New
Orleans yesterday with a very good trip,
with engagements below sufficient to fill.
The Ohio is on a regular b ora, rising
fr'tn Pittsburg to Cain. No danger of
the ice closing under such circumstances.
The David R. Powell will commence
running freight to-day for New Orleans.
Tno New Mary Hjuston left New Or
leans Saturday the 20th, for Cincinnati.
The Henry A. Tyler lett for Oaceola last
evening with a go:id trip.
The Andy Baum succeeded in getting
through to Cincinnati afttr all.
The WillS. Hays is still due from be
low for Cincinnati.
A baby was oorn In a cemetery at Mar
thailtcwn, Iowa, a short time ago, but
every-where can be seen habits born to the
cemetery because mother's cruelly neglect
to procure Dr. Bu'l's Cough Syrup, a sure
cure for croup, colds and coughs.
Economy in Telegraphing.
There nro 100,000 re;i.-(ercd tuhlrefsPA
kept by ti,e Anglo-Amei-ionn, Direct
United " Suites. Amcrioitii Tolegrapli,
nnd French Cnblc coiupanips, u-hieh ro
managed by tin; Western Un.on Tele
graph company. Thso aihlies.tcs i-om-priso
the names of the principal busi
ness linns sending and receiving cablo
(lispatches in this country. To each of
these registered ud'lre.s"i is appended
one word, which rep amenta It in nil ca
ble ruess igos. This one w rd is nlwnvs
tolegraphed instead of the address. One
object of thi registration U to save
the cxpeuse of telegraphing. As the
cost of cable diapntchee is 50 cents a
word, it will readily be seen that a very
couslderablo Amount is saved when, as
in some casos, as many as thirty mes
sages a day ore' sent both wnys. A tirm
of both names would thus save nearly
$100 A day. Another object is to secure
the utmost certainty of prompt deliv
err. "Much money is also saved in tele
traphinp;, not only by cable but by
land lines, in the usn of codes. All the
leading branches of business have these
codes by means of which Ion-; mes
sages mav bo sent by the use ot a few
words. There is no extra charge for
sending code messages by cable, as the
words areUwayB those that mav be
found In the dictionary. But there uro
many cipher dispatches sent composed
of letters or figures. These arc eharped
extra by couuting three letters or lig
ures to cnoh word. A loading Uilo-
frrapher said yesterday that wero It not
or the Adoption of these expedinnts it
would be simply impossible to do the
business of telegraphing. There would
not bo time to do the work with present
.facilities. Hew York Hun.
A Practicable Eclicuis for raving,
Four hundred Harvard professors and
student formed a co-operativo society
nine months ago. and opened a store,
where hooka, sporting articles, station
cry, fuel, pictures and clothing wtre
either kept In stock or sold by sample.
TIib price of everything was five per
nent above wholesale cost and member
could buy, but on m other terms than
cash down. They also paid a Year.
The experiment has thus far been high
ly satisfactory, and no reason for fail
tire in the future is apparent. Thereto
no capital ill ii.k, ti.o live per cent, and
yearly dues cover the expense, and the
members, now increased to C;jO, gi't
their supplies at an nveiiip,e of twenty
per cent, less thau they would have to
nay eise where. A novel branch of the
business is the salu of second-hand
books and furniture, by which students
get pay for their discarded things, in
stead of throwing them away.
VinaT for tlia Sick-Boom.
TluTi is a French legoud tliat during
thelnguo in Marseilles a b;t:id of rob
bers plundered t he dying and the dead
without injury to themselves. They
wero imprisoned, tried and condemned
to die, but were pardoned on condition
of disclosing the secret whereby they
could ransack: houses infectid with the
terrible scourge. They gave the follow
ing recipe, which makes a dfcfieioiM
and refreshing wash for the sick-room:
Take of rosemarv, wormwood, laven
der, rue, sago and mint, a larg)lnndful
of each. I'iacc in a ston..- j.ir. and turn
over it one gallon of string, clear vin
egar; cover closely, and keep ner the
tire for four d:tys, then strai.i, nid ;, ld
one ounce of powdered camphor gum.
Lriitle and keep tightly corked. It N
very adronuuie, coylinc nnd refre-hing
in tiie sie'i-room, and is of gre:it value
''TriE acthu of St. J iclm Oil in my
case was almost miraculous, as I am no
perfect'v f r--o from rueuiiri'ism. at'ter
bt ing i ffl'cte I with it tor thiity-f. nr yers."
says P. e'.-must'T J. E. Honsall, of Liver
Didn't Like Era Room.
St. Louis was recently crowded by
visitors from toe country who came to
see the Fair. Among the amustug inci
dents related of some of them, is ono
told by the Republican, in which a tall,
lank, lean coun n man -stopped at a
prominent hotel. The immetj.su crowds
he had cam" in contaet with had mado
him with time and nq;ain that ho had
staved at home, and when tin ally he
readied a hotel and was informed that
he could get a room by paying the
usual price, he breathed a sigh ot relief
and wanted to go at once to 'his apart
ment. The bell-bov motioned to him to come
aloug. Soon they reached the elevator,
and the countryman was told to step in.
In nn instant bo surveyed the elevator,
nnd just as the door was closed, the
m".n cried out:
"Look" here, young man! open
thai door. I'll see tiie clerk at tho of
fice. If I can't g t a bigger room, I'll
go to s' m' other shanty. There ain't
no candle in here, and the furnishin's
It was a moment or two before tho
boy could convince his passenger that
bo was in the elevator nnd not iu his
room. And then there was a rich scene.
When tho elevator begau to move the
countryman seized the rope and pulled
it with such violence that the elevator
Bbot up at a rapid speed, nearly scaring
the poor man to death.
Great beads of perspiration stood on
his forehead, and it was all the boy could
do to keep him from jumping through
the wire door.
A Somnambulist's Freak.
The usual attendants at the police sta
tion of Providence, R. 1., the other
night, when th clock was striking
twelve, and the thermometer below
zero, were sitting about the roaring (ire.
A lady entered. She ovldeutly had just
rizen from her bod, as she was clad
only in her night clothes. Walking up
to the sergeant at bis desk, she laid
down somo money and" asked for a
ticket to Boston, lie asked her if she
was crazy, and she threatened to report
him to his superior officers for his iuso
lcuco. He advanced toward her and
laying his hand upon her was about
co'mmiiting her as a disorderly charac
ter when, uttering a piercing shriek, she
stared about her. "Where am IP What
am 1 doing here!" she exclaimed, as she
began realizing the situation. Then she
blushed and turned pale; asked them to
clothe her and take her home. She was
a sleep-walker and had dreamed that
she was taking the train for Boston.
Under this delusion she walked into the
police, instead of the railroad, station.
What Broko Up His Infatuation.
A San Francisco lawver fell in love
with the late Adelaide Neilson, and was
taker, bohind the sewnes for an intro
duction after Miss Neilson, as Juliet,
should come down from the balcony
scefte. With her eyes moist with aft'ec
tion's tears, her voice trembling, and
her bosom heaving with young love's
emotion, she was bidding farewell to
Romeo. The lawyer loved her madly
as she rose from her kneeling position;
was more than ever enamored as she
leaned against the window casing; and
glared at her till she stepped inside,
crabbed hor train in one hand and her
handkerchief In the other, and blew her
nose with great violence. When tho
snorts had subsided she opened her
beautiful lips to remark, "Oh blast this
beastly climate, I wish my nose was tin
lined." This was too great a shock to
his feelings. Ho stepped back and out.
A gentleman was boasting to Lord
Norbury thut ho had lately shot as
many as thirty-three Lures before
breakfast. "Then, sir," was tho judge's
remark, "you must have been firing at
A New rork newspaper says that,
2.000 tn cash will dear any murderer.
Tho jury system must be reformed. A
jury that will comu down und allow the
ina'jo-ty of the law to be insulted foi
less than 10,000 should be delivered
over to tho tender mercies of a hordn of
book ugouts. A Sau Franci.-co judge
has decided that an unloaded pistol to
not a dangerous weapon. Inasmuch at
nearly ail the accidents are caused by
pistols that were known to be unload
ed, it would seem luat tho San Francis,
eo diciple of Iilaek,tone is considera.
b!v removed from his biiiomont. Dc
trli! Cli J)
T mot ()-car Wilde in L im' m once,''
said .Mine. Nilssmi Uoiissv.nl the other
day, "where wo were both g 'ests, and
ho was to lnke nin down to ill iner. He
commenced to talk his nonsense an I
povi to inn as we went going 10 tin din-inu'-roott).
I said to him: "Look here,
Mr. Wilde, Mine. Christine ilsson wid
put up with no sue!) RtutV. This is ail
put on, and there is nothing in it but
non-en-e..1 Mr. Wildn said:- Thank
you. Von are the fir-4 sen-ililn womau
and tni'i friend that I've met.1 Afl-1
that h" acted :s any other mau Uould,
and '.allied Feasibly."
THE GREAT GERMAN
iluJevtii and cutea
8orenev Cult, Bruliat,
nt It, M AI.D.
And aU other bodily acbea
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
by all nrugtfita and
D.nlor. Direction In 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
(hnnm i A. VnsiZLIK a CO )
!.'''!':!':r riiwu 'inHMt.. ..u
ll.l..lil .... tl.'l.
pi W t
I!' u !' I -
No'lce la he-eby irlvn to a'l por'nna lntersti d,
that the Ctry C.'nnclt of ihe Ottynf Cairo. II lnol,
b'lvl'g ordered a set fo'ih In orrttuniice No. B'i.
section!. Thut the lollowng idcwaka be con
ftrnctt'd of wood, viz i-n tbe rottb ald of
Uphtb sitreet. between Rnl'rond htre t atd Oi.lo
l.eter, 'elrg one hundred and forty-five feet In
lui.stb ; bavu uppiud to the CountyOur of A eran
der 1 oui.ty fur an nu'ei'i'iiioiit of the cona of nald
rmprovenu'iitccoralinr to bo1 efltcand an aaperf.
inunt tm reof btvini; been made atid remrned to
caul C lirt tbe flnai he .rtne thoreon will bo ha at
March IVonoflild Court, cinimencun ou tsa
M e day o' :8c3.
All psrton deairlni ma then and ther appear
aud make defense.
Notice to Tax-payers.
I will lie at the fol owing name p'a ea for tbe ror
poie f cidicttliiK the revenn folA'ovann Conn
ty.an 1 St-ate f I.I mils T)r tbe jivir A.D IM', wh o
1 hope to uii'Lt a. I tai-payers itady 10 pay the r
t lie', and a 1 iho-c un alue to n- y 'all ihclr tnlea
will b ar 111 m n1 tliat I waal th - ner-o'eij taxea
aeint. one.- ami rot) -inte alHi it l Of-lile:
At te ator. b iure of It. K. ChtOi u b ch Ttldsa
P eclucl, im Mumlity, January 0tb. A I). II I.
At the eioru houie o J, M Rowlra In tho
own of lloilei fatk. In fiiltr Prcclnet, 00 Tuea
day, Jmuary a tb, A. I. 1-81.
At thftore b iue of llenrv Hnnaa'-cr tn tba
tow.i. 18. d.rkt.l andud(v Product, on Wed
nc'dav .nir.u iry Slat. A O. Ml
At ihj no' home of Marstmll Aacnetern In the
town of Klro In I lro Precinct, ou Iburaduy,
Fe.br rl ' O 18J3. -
At ili . . ,.i'iii' t.nnn.aker. In l.aki MU'l
pan Precinct, cn Monday. Fehintrj Mh, A D 18 3.
t the (tore, home oi F. D. Atntrton, In Go. .e
Idnna P.ec net, . n Tncaasv, Feb ih, A. D. 1883.
At tho .tore house of A It. t-eUnd In row n of
Panta Kee, In Santa Fe Precinct ou Wednesday,
February 7ib, A. 1) 183.
At the iiore houfe of liihh. Barkhoncr id the
ton of The Or, In Thobe Preclnot.on Tboiadar,
February 8 h. A I) '8K8
Al the n 're hone ot Ja"er Cu'ley Co., In
Cle-rCnck Precinct, on Friday, February 9th,
A. D. 18i.
At the etora boue of Jamna Xohl a, In Eaut
Cape Olrard'-aa Precinct, on SatnrOay, February
10th, A. D. 188).
A' the ft iro hone rf Ppter Saat, In First Cairo
Precinct, on Mondav, February l'Jth, A. D 1881.
At the olttce of M.J. ILiwIev.ln Second t'alro
Precinc, on ''noaday, Fohmnry lltb, A 0. 188 1.
At the s'ore hnue of ' atrlck Pltxaerald, In Xblrd
C lro Procltc:, on Wedueeday, February 14th, A.D.
Attheftorhonenf G. F. Ort. In Fi b Cairo
Preclurt. on Tr ur-day, Fehrnary lottt, A. 1). Iftji,
At shur ff'a offl tn In C mr'.-hoiiae, In Fourth
Cair i Prermct. on Friday, February Ifl h. aud dur
Iiir the r-m.-tluder of the'iOnth of Feaiuary, A. 1).
jSSI, where I hope to meet all permus, owing
taxo, te dv to settle and iavn e'nnnc.
Yoira truly, JOHN HoDGES,
Bheriff and t x Ofllclo Collector of Alextnder Co.
rj'UKCITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OHIO LEVKK.
CAPITAL. I 00.000
A Oeneral Banking husium;
Tiros, w. iiai.IjI1)a,
jNTBWRISE SAVING HANK.
Of Cairo. .
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TKOH. V. IIAIIilDAV
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The blood U the foundation ot
life, it circulates through every part
of the body, and unless It is pure
and rich, good health is impossible.
If disease has entered the system
the only aure and quick way to drive
it out is to purify and enrich the
These simple facts are well
known, and the highest medical
authorities agree that nothing but
iron will restore the blood to its
natural condition; and also tliat
all the iron preparations hitherto
made blacken the teeth, cause head
ache, and are otherwise injurious.
Brown's Iron Bitters will thor
oughly and quickly acsimilatc with
the Uood, purifying and strengthen
ing it, and thus drive disease from
ny part of the system, and it will
not blacken the teeth, cause head
ache or constipation, and is posi
tively not injunous, ,
Saved his Child.
17 K. Euttw St., Bltlmera, Md.
Feb. xi, 1880.
Cents: Upon the recommend,
tlon of a friend 1 tried Brown'
Ikon Eittbxs as a tonic and re
storative for my daughter, whom
I was thoroughly convinced wa
vasting away with Consumption.
Having lost three daughters by the
terrible diseate, under the care of
eminent physicians, I was loth to
believe that anything could arrest
the progress of the Uioeate, but, to
my are.it surprise, before my daugh
ter had taken one buttle of Brown's
Ikon Bitteks. she began to mend
and now is quite restored to former
health, A olih daughter began to
show signs of Consumption, and
when the physician was consulted
he quickly suid "Tonics were re
quired;" and when informed that
tne elder sister was taking Brown's
Iron Bitters, responded "that ia
a good tonic, take it."
Brown's Iron Bitters effectual
ly cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion and
Weakness, and renders the greatest
relief and benefit to persons suffering
torn such wasting diseases as Cca
sumpuun, Kidney Complaints, ct
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