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CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY AfOBNING, JANUARY 27, 1883.
M. B. f hiaUewood
"Tr!iiirer T. J. Kerth.
Clerk-Dennis. J, olirjr .
Counec Wm. B. Ollbert.
d ji L. U. M.-yeri,
iilurinjy William lletdrtcli.
oaho or A.U)iiiasil
first WHWro. UcUalo.T. M. Klnniroiigh.
Sueund Ward- Je Hiiikla.C. N. Duties.
Third Ward-B-F. Wake. John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Charlei U. Pallet, Adu.ph Bwo-
'fifth Ward-T. W. UalV.dar. Brceil H. Patttt.
Clrcnlt Judge D. J.Halcer.
Circuit Clerk-A. H. irvln.
County Jndge K. b Vocuu.
County ClerX-S. J. Humui.
County Attorney-J . M. i'i'Ju-
Conuty Treasurer Miles W. Vtt.i
riliPtlff John Uodges.
Corouer K. Fttigcrala .
C-mntyCommlsetoneri-T. W. riallldsy. J. A
tilbhi aud Peter up.
vUUOUAPmr. -Corner Tea-h end l"p!i
AUtreete; preaching flrt mi third bund Id
wt.nnth. II m. and 7:l ! ''y'
, tf'irafl.y.i.i-p. J. II B-i.H I'.stor.
L Fourteenth i-reet; Han.ay J ""
K.,.Ur,Ht; m- HuntUys .ho o! 1 M e m..
Homme Prams; Mp. m.. Kwiln I fy-
,-. Davenport. S T. B. llocwir.
, .MISSIONARY MAPTI8T CMCHOH-
r l'r-...Mt,gt :.... P-. YihPn,
..I.I...H. school t TP. K. I- J- Hhorw,
i I'TMV.HtN -Thirteenth street! a-rv,.n Mab
I Ui.iWa ro. : Sunday school p m. Rev
urfr. pset jr.
MHT!!Ot)IHT-f..r. Klh-h "J juut.ire.l
I'r- Mi.g Sihhtb H'.Wa. m ud . :TO p. m.
,un.l fho."t :-P m- JUv. J. A. M.rwii.
I iprsliYTKHIAN -Klghlb street; p'M'Mug on
1 .Hth at IU0U a. in. and l p. in ; prayer
A-'InwUy at ::Wp.m.; Sunday Seheo!
at 3 ;. ra. Re B '. Owrie, paator.
.I .iiicKPH fi Roman Cathollr) Corner Cross
r .(! Walnut s'reeta; services SVtbath W SOa.
Hnndkr S.-D.-0 l P- " : Vmom 1 P m l
nr." ivcrj- diiy tl H . ni. Hr, J-'rleitl.
L"T 1'ATKK'K'H -(Komin C'sltioMOtnnKf SI nth
O fffi nd WMUlntrton unne; terykci 8h
oi'. nd 10 a. m.; Vepri Jp. m.i ein.Uy School
t . hi. r'iwi ry dy niin. Pet. Mwhoii
t ru '..
i:. VL. TIMK CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K H
TK1K ARHIf (
Vl'. ...... a:U3 i
ecim'diion.H :10 m
icvimdktloa. 4:15 p di
C. St. L. A N O. R.
t M all 4 r).tn
Kxpr !); m
tAc'inudstiou 3:lp ui I
ST. L.C K 11.
B. (.Ick'i)0 K')'i-).
(Srrow Ottiis 1
Biuret t.m "niiirw".. K
Ac- om'datloii. 1 ."0 p m I Acni dHon 11 :Vi i m
ST.L . I.M 4 8. K. R
fjxpr. I:t0i.m tKxpreio ' m
WAItASU. 8T. UlL'IH PACIFIC K'Y CO.
VUll k Im .... &?X)vtaMU A Ex.... : op m
Vrcoia'ditlon 4:0' p n I Accom'dnion W V .m
Kcalht .....7:t'! .ra. KrflKbt :4j P m.
Kily except 8undy. tUiUy.
MOBILE A OHIO B. R'
,...-A:M . m. I Mull ..:11 P- m.
LLiNOIS CENTRAL R. IV
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Running
0 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connkotion
Tbaini Litl Caiko:
.US am. Mall,
Arrlvlnglo . Louli 1:45 .ni.: Chicago. 8:p-m.j
Counaci 4 at Odin and IdlnKhatn for Cluclu
nati, L jvllle. IndlaMapi.lii aud pulntl Xaat.
11:1 a m. St. I.oulu Htul AVtrn
Anlvlng in 8t. I.oula7:0rp. m., and eonnnctln?
for all poind Wast.
3. p.m. FaBt K.xpr
forOt. Louis aud Chicago, arriving at Nt. Louli
10:4U p.m., and Cblcoo T:'J0 am
.'i:00 p m. Clnuinmiti KxprMN,
Arriving at Cincinnati 1:W a.m.; Louisville :U
a.m.; Indlauapolla 4:(0 a.m. PaMiwijer ly
this train r'acli the ahovo points 1U to ilii
BUIIH8 In advance of any other route.
rVThc S :&) p. m. eiprosa haa PULLMAN
bLKEPINU CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changea, and through eleepera to HI. x,onlt and
Fast Time Hast..
PiiutiaiicraiM bT thli line i through t Kat.
1 aSCllCl era polnte without ny delay
eaaaed hy Sunday tntervnlni(. The Haturdav afi'T
noon train from Cairo arrive In new Yo'k Monday
nornlug at 10:S5. Thirty tlx houre In advance ol
by other ronte,
ISfKor through tickets Mid further Infonimtlon,
apply at Illinois Oontral Ballroad Depot, Cairo.
J. B. JON B8, Ticket Adont.
A. H. HANSON, Gen. Pasa.Agont. Chleaco
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
THAINH, RUN A8 FOLLOWS.
OH AMD AFTBB MORDaT, OOWRKR SI.
Express and Hall loavwa Cairo, evnrv day cm ttpl
Sunday, at BilK a. m, Arrlv.s at Kast St. Louis at
8:20 p. m Arrives at Cairo at 4:35 p. tn.
Accommodation arrlvea at 11:40 a. m. and do
parts at 1 :uo p, m.
VARIETY STORE. "
JJ-KW YORK STORE,
WHOLKSALE AND HKTAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLDVERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1ER 6c CO.,
Oor. Nineteenth itreet I . pa ma til
CooimrclalAveMl tlrO 111
Natural Fruit flavors.
Prepared tryn the choicest Fruitt, with
out coloring, poisonout oilt, acidt or artific
ial sencee. Always uniform in strength, .
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qua.
it. Admitted by all who have used them
as the ir.ost delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louie, Mo.,
lmf TnuI Km, Rr. Prlr'. dm BftkUf
WE MAKE N0 6FCONDCRADE C00D8.
Jy'KW FHH AND OYSTBH DEPOT.
Having uu prfii, ted my arrari?nnpnn to
aiij-jily tho trad. 1th
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I (Jan Now Offiir as Folluwi: Oysters
Tsknn From tho Slmll Heie Fresh
an From the flulf.
Barou Cooks .a)l VI pur-lirt
' Sa in.'
' Baslno :s "
Ojrsturs in blk ti
Oysters stndi'l In runs V) "
Red Snapper .l"c. per J
Sheep Head, Ac ... "
Shrimps, Loh.i,. Cra1. nd Tnrtles a'l In season
LIRKRil. DISCOlWr TO TliK TRADE.
PKOPRIETOK OF 3PROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Uealor in lt:e.
ICK VI TUB CAJt LOAD OR TON.WKM
?' KED FOR 8IJIPPINO
fhi Loads a yuecialtv.
(tor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
OA IRQ. ILLINOIS.
JAMES KELCU& CO.
ll. T. GEUOULD AND
0. P. N E If L AN I).
AND OAS FITTERS,
DRIVE WELLS, FORCE AND
LIFT PUMPS FINISHED ANI PI T
CP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, OAS FIX
TURES 01' all kmil (urulxhed to order, old flx'ur. s ic
bronzed; johblns promptly attended to, Ohlers
recelvod at Daniel IH'tmao's or at the ihop.
COMMERCIAL AVENUE DBTWEKS
MS RTfl AND TENTH STREETS,
OfViuo .... ir,TjH.
EOItOE II. LEACU, M. I).
Physician and Snroou.
Special atlnntlon paid to the Homeopathic treat
mi'nt orstirglr.nl dlsoaAca, and disiiises of wonmn
OlBce: On 1 tl h slrunt, nppoaltfl thfl Pot OlHce,
jyi. J. k, VrnoNG,
128 Comiiiort'lal Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELBCTUO VAPOR and MEDICATKD
A ladr In attendance,
r-)R, W. C. JOCFLYN,
orriCB-Elghtk Vtreet, near Comnerctal Aveneu
JJR. B. W. WHITLOCK,
Onum-Vo. 1M Commercial Avenae, ketweeei
fktkaa4 Mlnth Itreeu
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CHAS. CL'NSIKQ
I HAM, BROKhK.
4 9;80 A. M, January 88, 180S
Jaamary. February. March. May.
117 50 'I $17 7(1
1 Wi I 1 ox
5. I 67
14:3d I', M.
I February. March. I
17 4-i l$177i
r,yt 1 r
i 30 P. M.
January. February. March. Hay.
Chicago, January 2, 1882.
.. P9hlS W.86t
.. ZS.Mi 31, SIS
tlVIL SERVICE REFORM.
Jft. Vernon Newa.
"That purtion of tho grttud old paty ia
aotithcra Illinois that has been runniug tho
Republican tnacbiae in this state for the
last aix months baa been awarded the credit
of electing Governor Shelby M. Cullom to
the United States senate. To fullj un
derstand tbu case in all its bearings it is
neci-searv to go back two years, when Gen
Pavey Htrattan's uncle rvn in this district
for congress against Tuwuthend and was
beaten the usual 4,000 to 5,000. Since
that his time, mostly, has been spent in
chasing up Senator Logan fur a federal
office to pay bun for the sacriQce ho made
in the race "in a hopelessly Democratic
district" to keep the flig of the party
afloat. Previous to this race Pavcy had
secured the appoiniraent of brigadier gen
eral from Cullom, tut he could not see his
way clear to do more fr him in the way of
Then, to secure the federal appointment
which he wished (that of internal revenue
collector for this district,) Green B, Raum's
ambition to be senator was cultivated fur
all it was worth; but this support was not
accepted by Rium until Pavcy proved he
bad political strength by securing the uom
inalior. of his nephew, C. T. Siratton, as
state school superintendent by the Repub
lican state convention in Springfield last
Bummer. Then Raum acknowledged the
corn ly appointing Pavey internal revenue
collector in place of Willis, and since then
Pavcy and his following bare been counted
on Rauni's side. Among this following
was Sctn F. Crews, who was a Green
backer until 1880, when the Greenback
party collapsed and Seth F. Crews at
tached himself to the Republican party
and whs selected by the Pavey crowd, at a
little meeting of Republicans in the court,
house in this place, as a delegate to the etato
Republican convention in the Strattan in
terest. At this Republican gathering to
select delegates were chosen tor the repre
sentative and senatorial conventions, and it
was intended that if Stratton did not get
the nomination at Springfield for state
school superintendent he should succeed
himself in the legislature that is ho
should be renominated as the minority
candidate, as he was before, which is
equivalent to an election. An enemy, bow
ever, appeared in the camp aud thrust in a
resolution instructing delegates to the
representative convention to vote for Seth
F. Crews for representative. Of course it
wouldn't do to oppose this, and Seth was
nominated as per instructions, and elected,
as minority candidates usually are, with
out any trouble. Crews was on hand at
the Republican State convention in the in
terest of Strattan, and as Crows used to
live in Fairfield ho found no dilHculty in
working with his old associates, Attorney
General McCartney aui Railroad Com
missioner Robinson, who put him in con
fidential communication with influential
Republicans, which added to the Pavcy in
fluence, Cullom, and tho strife between the
half dozen other candidates for tho nomina
tion position of stato school superintendent,
after Strattan was boaten it became as
necessary to provide for him as for his
illustrious uucle, Pavey. Crews went to
Springfield as an "early bird" 1o secure
the worm, aud took an active part in the
selection of a candidate for speaker aud
shrewdly arranged it so that he was the
fortunate individual who led oft in a
speech for the nominatiiu of the successful
candidate for speaker. This gave him
prcstagp aud power for good aud tffecttitl
work for the United States senator. About
this lime Kaum's chances wanud and
Cullom's waxed brighter. Tho Cul
lom load was worked for all it was
worth and, panned out goqd paying
dirt. So the claim wits staked and
Seth went off on "conscientious scruples"
with the bolters, after tbo nomiuatiou in
caucua of Cullom "because ho believed
Cullom was ineligible on constitutional
grounds." To show how well the game
took, a petition was sent from Chicago on
Monday to State Senator Hunt and repre
sentatives Morrison and Crews, signed by
a number of Republican! "urging thorn to
promt by any honorable course, tbo elect
ion otflnv.fiiitlnm uTTnltnrl fllalua annatnr.
The signors believed that In the light of tbe
Inhibition of tbe atato constitution Got.
Cullom's election would prove a disastrous
blow and in their judgment render it im
possible for the Republican! to carry the
state in 1884." This bring! u to the fol
fowing Springfield dispatch, dated Janu
ary 10, which we copy' from tbe 8t.
"The anti-Cullom men. lay it was tbe
winning over Seth F. Crens, of Jefferson,
which spoiled their'programme of holding
out against Cullom to-day. Crews was
recognized as their leader, and there were
ten others who were counted on to stand by
him. Strong pressure was brought to bear
onCrewsf but up to last night he stood
firm. His law partner, Strattan, who was
defeated at the general election as the Re
publican candidate for superintendent of
puMic instruction, was summoned from Mt.
Vernon by telegraph yesterday, and it was
through him that Crews was finally
reached. This caused the others to
weaken, but it was not until after the as
sembly met to-dy that enough gave
in to insure Cullom's election. ileSslck of
St. Clair, was the last to yield, and did so
when he saw that nothing could be acconi
plished by holding out. It is said that
under the new dispensation of . patronage
Strattan will be one T thi railroad com
missioners. Speaking about the matter to
night, Stattan said that this was mentioned
to bim two or throe weeks ago by Gov.
Cullom and others who were sympathizing
with him over his defeat. He is particular
ly anxious that it should not receive the
coloring of a promise given in consideration
of a change of position made by Crews, his
The representative men of the Republi
can party of this state are now at the front
battling for liberty, and merit is recognized
by those in authority.
I ETTER LIST.
LIST OF LKTTKK8 REMAINING UNCALLED
FOB IK THE I'OSTOFFICE AT CAIKO, ILL,,
SATURDAY, JANUARY 27,
Anderson, Louis M Barnes, Lucy
Bogt-B, Adline Bowers, Dica
Bower, Hattie Brown, Bott.v
Colins, Rinda Chatr.ptin, Mary
McDonagl, Annie Furgtson, Bettie
Guthrie, Alice Hill, May
Hogan, Santo Hill, Josephine
Harrison, Mattie Hill, Mary
Jackson Rebecca Johnson, Mary
Keagan, Susie Liston, Nellie
Liscount, S C Miller, Luela
Ruttlage, Josie Smith, Maggie
Smalls, Minnie Smith, Kittie Francis
Sanders, Florence Sheppard, Alex
Thompson, Matt Quick, Katie
Wooden, Lydia Wagoner, Lettie
Alexander, Eliza Avery, B F
Bemmis, J Bentlcy Brenr, L F
Bufflngton, M C Bsnkbead, Monroe
Barrow, Cornelius Blanks, Johu
Brysou, Alx Beland, Francis
Cypert, E F Cross, John
Cole, Rev Cartright, Stephen
Cook, W Albert Doterintr, II
Dixon, L V Evans; John D
Ford,Alleu Garbagnati, Lingi 2
Galligher, Tom Gossail, W II
Hogan, Robert Jeffeson, Chas
Johnson, Lend Jackson, Sam
Kelley, Bill Kennou.JR
Kelley, Win Lee, John C
Mayloy, Nulke McCabe, Thomas
Nevill, J Oswalt, James T
Rotheyor Peterson Quirk, Wm
Post, J G Penn, S B
Phoman, R M Ragland, Frank
Ray, James Redman, Sandy
Staples, LH Stanall, HN
Smith, Jno 2 Tawcnar, Charles
Tavlor, Emanuel Thomas, Msdson
Te'aford, W II . Underwood, Charley
Vaughn, Geo J Van Heath, J II 3
Vincnn, T C Weldnn, Geo
Weston, James Weit, J C
Wooden, Mun Wilson, Robt I
Persons calling for tbe above mentioned
will please say advertised.
Geo. W. McKeaiq. Postmaster.
at and below COST
CLOSING OUT SALE!
A partial list of article! and prices,
Small Safes,., - U 5tfto83 75
CnjilioarU, - 6 00 to 5 60
Cane Chairs, - v 5 00 a set
Breakfast Table, 2 25 to 2 50
Sofas, - 6 00 to C 60
Bed LonugPH, - 11 00
Carpets, - 19c to 45c per yd.
Wardrobus, - - 7 00 to 12 00 each
A Caue Rocker for 75c, large size.
And all other Household and blicheu Kurul-
tnru at same proportion. We have an Immense
stork of all klnda aud mast sell,
It. J. HINSON.
Cor. lOth Bt. Ac WaajhlnRton Avs,
D Stoves )
T.. M flit. Ui.
If 01 U ol
S Tinware. B
Bead and Circulate.
The Illinois, Central R.R. Co.
Will still auy of lie remaining lands at one dol
lar per acre less than tbe nresent Dries, from this
tine until the fir I diy of Octoher, 14. Alter
that dt tbe preseut UN re. will ha restored. All
who desire t parchme should avail themselves of
tnia unerai oner at once. '. DAUQY,
Fvi particulars tscinlre of
Afis. for 1. C. R. R. Land.
Notice is he-ehy flvrn to a'l persons Intereutrd,
that tbe City Council of the tit v of Cairo. Illinois,
having ordered as set forth In Ordinance So. M.
Section 1. That tbo following sidewalks he con.
strnctcd. of wood, vu: cm the fouth tide of
Right h titreof. between Railroad blreit and Ohio
uevee, reieg one nundred and forty-five feet in
length ; have applltd to the CountyOour'of A'nian
dor ounty for an aameseuieut of tbe Costa ef said
improvement according: to benefits, and an assess.
ment thereof hiving bean made aud returned to
said Conn the Dual bearing thereon will be uatt at
tne Marrn Term of ald Coart. couuneaotnf ont e
(Tnd Mondnv o' liWt .
All persons Hnrtring mav thun and. there appear
N. A. DEV'ORK, 1
D.J OALLIOAN', V Com mlf toner).
M. EAHTKRDAY, I
Cairn, January 21, 1HS4
Notice il he-ebv elvnn that default havi
made for more than sluy days tn tbe payment of
a uu.uoii ui iiieamouur socar.ia to to paid by a cor
tain mortiiag executed hj Roienna Corcorau and
Putrlclt II. Corcoran to Samuel Siaati Tavlor and
Edwin Panous. Truatees of the La ro Cli'v Prnn.
eny dated Angust 2nd. 1H74, aud recorded tn the
recorder'! omVo, In and for Alexander Connty, in
the Mate of Illinois, In book 4 of Deeds, page 583,
the amount now due and pavable being 4.".i, pnru
cipal and Intere.t thereon from laid August tod,
1873, we, tbe undersigned assignees of said
trusteos. will on Thursday tho Sih (eighth) day of
February neit 1SH3. at 10 o'rlork tn ilia forenoon
oftbatdav, un.lsr and hy virt'ie of the power of
sale contained in silil mortgage, sull at public auc
tion, to the hiubest bidrtor, fur cash, at the office
bnilding of sad asslgnoea of said trustees, corner
of Washington avonue and 18' b ureel, iq said City
of Cslro, in Alexander County aud Slate of llll
nrvs, all 'he right, title and Interest of said foten
n a Corrorao and i'atrick 11 Corcorau or -their as
signs, in and t lot nninhorcd 17 (seventeen), In
block numbered 8 (eiirbt). In the Flrt Addition to
the Cllv of Cairo, la said county und stile, accord
ing to the recorded plat of said srlditioa, with the
appurtenaucei, to satisfy tbe purposes and condi
tion oi sain morigtge.
S. ST A ATS TAYLOR.
Trss'.Mi of the t 'airo Trust Properiv
Dated Cairo. 111.. January 27tb. 1H-3
Notice is hereby given thai d-fttuli hut, ng been
made for more thus ixty days in the payment of a
portion ot in snoitnt securna to tc paid by a cer
tain mortgjge execntt'd hv Peter Young to Samuel
Ktaals Taylor and Edwin P.uions, trusttos of the
Cairo City Property, tla tod October 15th, 1R73, and
record d in to- recorder a office in and for Alexai
der ounty, in the Hlatoof Illinois, in bo tk 4 of
Deitis, on page ,Vil, the amount nowd'is aud paya
ble being a 1.1, principal and intersat, we, the un
dersigned, tbe asslgtiuca of said tru-tues, will on
Thursdav the eighth (Sth) diiy of February next,
A. D. 18-vJ, at 10 o'clock la the forenoon of that
day, under and by virtue of the power of rale con-
tamed In said mortgage, aell at unhlic auction, to
tne nignesi Dtaaer rorcasn, at itie omce building
of H. 6. Taylor, corner of Washinuton avenue and
18th street, In laid City of Cairo, In Alexander
connty ana Mate or Illinois, all the right, tltl
acd interest of said Fetor Young or hla assigns, In
ana io ioi uumooroa zi, in n ock unmovrea w. In
tbe First Addition tJ said City of Calio, In said
Connty of Alexander and State of Illinois, accotd
lug to the racordrd i,at therewf, with the annnr-
tenttnees to latlsfy the pO'poaes and condition of
satq mortgage. e. n I A A 1 1 TAILOR,
Trnsteea of tbo Cairo Trust Property.
Dated Cairo, 111., January STtn, 18J.
Notice To Contractors.
City Ci-kbe'i Orrin,
Cairo, Iu, Jon'y 2.1th, 1883. f
1" "in w itvcivcu an, tuts iuiicv
directed to the City Connctl of th Citycf Cairo
until ntt : i nijriM muu I, OuUClI 1 UfBUAV VVeillOff.
u-'e.tHi ji- -i, ma mill ciiiug mo lliaicriBl SUU
do, it the w rk. or dolnir tho work nneiimarf f.r
thecu'.'t ' th foilowins sidewalk, to be
cont ucu-iitj. v )ii. viz: On the voathorly tida
of ElRbtb ftrc t, be-ween Railroad Htreot and Ohio
f nvi'ti Imlnn li'l fno 4n tAnk .A: .J I.
...v.v, auiui, ii ivwv iu luuijiUt an UJ
Ordinance No. 02, approved August lLh, A. D.
iwi, wnicn is on nie in mis omce and suhjoct to
cinioiiiBiiou ai nny litre.
A antA find ntlti.lwnl hn.J t,m twl.a ,V,a .mAnM.
must aecompiiny all proposlttona. The right to
reject any and all hid reacrved by the city.
,i i . . . ..... : . ,
u . rui.ii, i.ny iera.
Notice to Tax-payers.
I will beat the following namertplarea for tbe par
pose of collecting the revenu of A lex end , Cnun.
ty, an t State of Illmola for thoyoar A.D. Ml, when
1 hope to meet all tax payers, teady to pity the r
tuxes, and oil those not able to pity all their taxes
will bear lu m udthat I want tbe persouul taxes
Initial oncu ana real estate also trpostt)le:
At the store houre of U. K. Curtis In Re'Ch Kltlge
rieclnct, on Monday, January iUth, A. D. 1RSU.
At the store house of J. M. Howies In the
town of Hodges' Park. In Unity Treclncl, on Tues
day, January :Hh, A. D. 18 1.
At the store house of Henry Htlnsalrer In the
town olSiindusky.i l Sandusky Precinct, on Wed-
uoanav. jni.uary .net. a. u. itvs)
At the store bouse of Marehsll Auuusleen In thu
town of Klco. in Klco l'recluct. ou liitiraday,
Fehruary lt, A. D. im.
At the residence of M.Hiinsakur. In Lake Mi .
gun Precinct, ou Moud'iy, FehrutiryMh, A.D 18'8.
At uiu giore uou.it oi r . u, Ainertou, in (loose
Islnii.l l'.ec net, mi Tuesaar, Feb (lib, A. D. 1883,
At the store house of A II. Irelsud tn town of
Santa Kee, In Santa Fes Precinct, on Wednesday,
February 7th, A. 1) 18.1.
At t'i.' "'ore house of (ilbbs & Barkhotis.tr lu the
to'vn of Thobea, In Thebes Precinct, on Thuraday,
FehniAiySih, A D. 1888.
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A. II. 10-H.
At the store bouse of James Xohl. a, tn Kast
Cape Girardeau Product, on Saturday, February
lot II. A. I). 188).
At the itore house ef Peter fatto, in First Ca ro
Product, ou Mnudsv, Fohrtiary Wth, A. D 1883.
Altheofllcuof M, J , llowlev, In Heconil Cairo
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At the store house of Patrick Vltagcrald, In Third
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At th storehouse of (. F. Ort, In Fifth Cairo
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