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THE- DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MORNING. JANUARY 28, 1883.
Mayor N. ft. Thietlewood.
. Trwmrr-T J . Rerth.
Clerk-iKDiile. J. toley.
omn.eiorWm. B. Ullhert.
Mar.k.l I.. H. .M-k,
Aimrney William Hecdrtcka.
oakd or aldskmin
Mri Wrd-lVui,McFUli.T. M. ttlmoruugh.
surni.d Ward-Jea llmkle, (.'. N. Uagh.,
Ttilril vWrd 1. Y, HlaUo, John M ood.
rurtb Ward-Cherls. 0. Petlur. Adolph
J'iKh Ward-T. W. Ualliday. KrLf.l 6. PtM.
Cir.-ull J udge U. J Hk' r.
C'lrruil ClHr A II. Irdn.
County Judgo It. Viirn o.
(o'.nlv rlert M. i. Ilumm
i;ounty A?toroiyJ. M. iraviroi..
Cnnuir Treasurer-I6l'.' W, Parker
ohettlT John Hodges.
Counts Comujls!oner-T. U Ill'lday, J. A
Ulbbs urt fiter r-auj.
. niniiiiiri4r -Pnmjf rsth and Ponder
iir.H! Breathing 4:stand Itilr I Sunday. In
.rMnoi;m, 11 a ra a.'rt T:i a. in ; prayer ine.u.
'n? riior4y.T;)p. m i ouiider school, MMoa. in
it.V. A.'l. HO." jsrim
MICKCH OF Til HCi)KKMKK-(B.l.c)Dli
iwt : arndav 7:tve m., Hull
Km-hirUi: : a. n- Sunday .-.Viol; 'l.tUa.in.,
Morning Prrs; ' P. ra., Keoog Prayers, r
i)ytp.iri. H. T. B. Hoctot.
I-IUKT MISSION AHV KAPTIBT CHUKCil.
v pr. bt'ig at ll:n a. tt... Sp tn., and 11 p. bj
.'tWrl sc.fcnol p. a T. J. Hh"f
I t I'F.IiaV Tbirtwuib tt't; wrriu ab
I s huh 1:3" m : Sunday ectuiollp m. Be
6nr.-p, ps r
MVlliOIT-Cor. Klgbir Walnut streets,
1'rerMpg Sabbath ll :'ri . m. n4 7: p. m.
n.ndt) nchoo! t in- rW J. . .errU.
,liBVTKrtUS-Klghib .tr(; ptacMug Oh
I haouiih kl 11:00 a. m tod T:lp. iu.; WT
i.rwii e tVi-dtiusdav t 7:S0p. tn.j Kur.dey Scheo!
H 4 r in. Key P- Y. George, pes'.or.
C'l K'r.l 11 -lUotnao Cetnoilc) t'orner Cross
?) t:A Wainnt s'reet. ; service. Sihbelh I0:na.
i . ; !:mdf fcchixi! at 1 p. m.; Veer-ere ' p. m.J ear.
rices -(vrry day ' " Nov. O'Uara, 1'rte.t.
L"T PA TKlt'K'H Koinn flhollc)CuruT SInth
0 .irrrt nid vr!ilUKWn aunei aervtu Sah
'h iui 10 a. m.; ipart J p. tr..; 8cndT School
1 ,. ;i. !rtce. rorj da at It m. H. Maat'lou
tt. R. TIME CAUD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL M. H.
tuiiKa niranr. tN akhiti.
Mall ..... . :UJ a. a I M il 4 . m
Ac-'U-dtlon.ll:IOa.m Uioreoa M :10 a. a-
tKxpreM J:V)p.m I AoiomdattoB..4:lJ p m
C. ST. L. Jt . O R. B. (Jack.on Umtc).
fMall :.. - 4:4 a m I Mall..... .. 4:3)p.ra
Kipr....... 10:)am ItKxpreM 10:)m
tAe'uodatloo 8 Wp m
T. I. C. K. U. (Narrow Gauge )
Kirr-.. . b:14 a.m I KiprM 4: p.n
Accom'daiion. 1 M p.m 1 Aecom'datlon U :40 in
MT.L.. I. M 4 8. H. R.
flxpref 10:i.m tExpraa.. i:V o tu
WAMASU. bT. tJU A PACIFIC K'Y CO.
Mill Ki .... H:0 vm 'Mall K.... 'W P.m
Ucom'dalloD 4:0) p.m I Accoa'datloo tii'S'lrm
rnht JI:Vi am. f Krli!ut ..6:4i p.m.
Uailjr excpt8ondajf. t Uallr.
...5:1S a. m. I Mall.
...9:10 p. m.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Short est and Qaickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line llunninj?
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
Thai. I.iavi Cairu:
.05 ni. Mall)
a rrlfliiK lu Loula tAi a.m. : Cblcagu, o .ju u.m. ;
CoiiQeo' k ' OMu and EraiiUnu (or Clnclo
nail, L mvHlfi Indlnntpoliaaud point. Saat.
1:1 a.m. St. Iouiat nud Wwitern
Arrlvtni m St. Lonl J:0 p. m., and cminwdnur
for all poinn Wt.
3. ftO p.m. ymt Kpri"
larHt. Loulu and ChlCA, rrliu? t Pt. Loula
tn:lO p.m., and Chlc.jn ;:) a m.
3:60 p.m. Cincinnati Kxprnaa,
Arriving at MucUn.il T:(J a.m.; Loui.vtll 6:U
a.m.; ludlannpolH 4:0ft a.m. I'a'cnitt'rr hv
tbo train reach the above polnta I 'i lu 'An
UuL'JtS In adtaucc ol aLj other route.
rSTTtmS p. in. oxpiTM baa PULLMAN
eLfciCPINii CAR Cairo tu Cincinnati, wlthont
ehanitea, and throngb tlecper.to tt. toula and
Fast Tim Kaat.
Pil cut 11 .VOfM T thia line go throuijh to Eaet.
J asncujClS eru polnta wlthont njr dlay
caueed hv Snndar Intervening. The Smurdny arirr
noon train from Cairo arrives In new Yo'k Monday
Homing at 10:35. Thlrl .lx bouraln sdvanceof
st olhur ronte,
IIP" For thro us ticket, and further Information,
tpplTkt Illinois Cdntrnl Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. U. JON Bti, Ticket Agent.
A.U. HANSON, Gen. PkM.Auent. Chicago
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS BUN Ad FOLLOWS.
OH AHO anil MOilDAT, oarosiR 31,
Biprom and Mall leavu. Cairo, everv day except
Bonday, atH:W a. m. Arrl,a at Ea.t St. Louli at
J:20p.m Arrlre.at Cairo at 4::l6p. m.
Aecommndatloa arrives at U :40 a. ra. and dc
parts at l:"0p. ra,
KW YORK STORE,-
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
O. O. PA.T1KK & OCX,
4r. Nineteenth .Irtet I Palvn fll
nnut othtr Baking Powdert art target
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
bae been kept unchanged in alt Ht original
puritf and strength. The bett evidence of
itt eafetf and effectivenete i$ the fact of
it: ,'iuing received the hight testimoni
als 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 test-the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, IiL, and Bt. Louis, Mo.,
Kua'tMurOT. 1 (B.lla T.ul (foam. Dr. frlft l..ial
ruf.rl. Uttacu, au4 Or. frlc. C.kM rrea.
JKW PI11 AN'O OYSTKR DEPOT
Hnvlugoow perfo-tel my arrangements to
apply the tride vttb
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can NT'iv OiT;r as Follows; Oysters
Taken From the She, I Here Fresh
as From the Gulf.
B.ion CooWa M....l M per 100
" a iuei j
' Hnaini TS
Or.ter. In b ilk Ill
Oyster atanditda In can. SO "
Red Snapoer Mc. Dr ft
bbeep Head, Ac '
fibrlm , LV.t Cra1. an1 Tnrt'ei a'l If aea.on
A.IBBK1L, BhCOUXr TO THS TKADB.
PROPIUKTOn OF gpROAT'8 PATENT
Wiiolennlo Dealer in l(?e.
ICF. PVTHE CAR LOAD OR T0N.WEL1
?':KED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Speeialtv.
Cor, Twelfth Street aiid Levee,
JAMBS KELCIU 00.
IL T. OEROULD AND
C. P. N 13 W L A N D,
A SI) OAS FITTERS,
. DRITR WKLLS filllUB AND
LIFT PUMPS FPRSISHEI) ANI PIT
CP IN A WORKMASL1KR
MANNER, GAS FIX
TURES Of all klndfurnlhe1 to order, o:d Bxiuren re
bronsod; loihlnt prim;i'lv attondil to. Orr"
rucutvod at Daului Ua-tinan'a or at the hnp,
COMMERCIAL AVENUK BETWEEN
NISKTU AND TKNTIt KTKKKT8,
OA.IIIO .... It.T.
EORQE II. LEACH, M. D.
Physician and Surgoon.
Hpeclal attention Paid to the Iloninopfhletmit.
m.'til of aurglcal dUniuoi, and diseisos ol worn jo
OiBcu: On Hth etrtxit, opposite the 1'iwt OOlce,
JJR. J. E. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELECTRO-VAPOR akd MEDICATKD
A lady In attendance.
)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OmUK-ElBjbts fltreat, near Como arc lal Aventtu
QR. K. W. WHITLOCK,
(Jmnv-Mo. IM CommtrdsJ Avma, ketw.
ikl'j and Ninth Itreeu
W. F AnantJi, n-er editor or I'm Bpi.letih
and aujainhoti pataenr aiaut. Orders for all
klndaofetea'nhoat Job pnuilug anllclted. Ofllce
at Bower's Ruropnan Hotel. No. 71 Ohio lerto.
8TAOKH OK THK UIVKK.
The . river marked by the gauge last
eveuinff at this port, 87 feet tad 2
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Jan. 27 p. m. River 25
feet 9 mchea ani falling.
PittahurKb, Jan. 27-0 p.m River 5 feot
3 inches and falling.
Louisville, Jn. 270 p. m. River 11
font 0 inches and falling.
Nitniiville, Jn. 27 p.m. River 24 feot
4 inches and falling.
St. Louis, Jan. 27 -(! p. tu. River 5 feet
10 inr.hci and falling.
We were called to St.JLouia on buiineti
F.iday morning, auu in constqueuce of it
the river column was ''nou et" in yeiitor.
day's i,me. Ourtripwas quite ihort, but
enjoyed it viry much, maile the round trip
on the Cam and St. Louis narrow-gn;u
road Licb i one of the beat roads for the
distance we ever traveled on and the offl
cersali polite and courteous gentlemen.
Capt. G. H. Smith, tho neueral freight ftDd
pa?s nger aent at St. Louis, wns very kind
in showing u around to the different places
where our bus'ne called u, w'uich was ot
great assistance, a we wero entirely unc
quniateJ in the city.
The Thos. Sherlock will report here to
day with her lurge Mardi Gras excurs'on
party. Every preparation hag boen made
Jy Capt. Jan. Nicholas and his able staff of
officers to rnnke the trip every deliyhtlulj a
tine band of muMc baa been provided tor
the occasion and ahe will leave here for the
great southern metropolis Monday noon.
See V. F. Limb lin, Passenger, Aent, and
get your ticket.
Cpr. H. E. Taylor of the Gus Fowler
was quite sick ypsterday and late in the
evening called a physician. Hope he will
be on duty Mooday.
Capt. J. D. Hegler with bis fine steamer
Guiding Star will report here Wednesday
tor New Orleans. She has a Mardi Gai
party on board.
The John 3. Hopkins came through from
Evansvillo yesterday and filled the place
of the Gus Fowler which was lying here
The Gu Fowler will g;t off for Paducah
early this morning. Passengers make a
note of thia and got ready for.
The Cons Millar left Cincinnati for Mem
phis yesterday evening and is due here
The B. 8. Rlu-a from Nashville arrived
here Monday and left hero on her return
at noon to-day.
Yer-terday was quite disagreeable, but
was just the right kind of wealher to settle
the ice buiiuess.
We regret to snnounco that Capt. Will
Hambleton of Mound City ia still no bet
ter. The river st St. Louis is rising fat and
no ice could be seen on the river front.
The Andy Baum went down lust night
for Memphis. She had a fino trip.
The David R. Powell got off lat night
with a big trip for New Orleans.
The new Mary Houston from New Or
leans is overdue for Cincinnati.
. Tho tut steamer Ohio leaves Memphis
Monday evening for Cincinnati.
Serge ANT'S t-arms of the House of Conw
mons, Mr. D. W McDjwuII, Ottawa, Cana
da, thus indorses tba Greit German Reme
dy : "I used St. Jacobs Oil for rheumatism
snd found it all that it is chimed to bo."
It is currout gossip In Springfield that
Governor Cullorn, on taking bis seat at
Washington, will insist on tho immediate
rocognitlon of his senatorial prerogative,
aud ask for the disposition of federal pat
rouage at Springfield mid south of that
place, leaving the northern half of the state
to Logan. Senator Tanner, of Clay county,
is mentioned ai Governor Cullom's man
for Uultod States marshal la the southern
district of Illinois, ta succeod Wheeler, Lo
gan's appointee. Tanner was asked about
this, and replied, "I am not at liberty to
talk about it."
COMMERCIAL JOB PRINTING.
Just received One Hundred Thousand
Letter Heads, ) Irish Linen and Hat
Note Heads, J papers.
Envelopes of all kinds,
Dray Tickets, i perforated with round
R'jcuint Books. hole nurforatintr.
Check Books, S machine
Full Sheet rosters,
Small Bills and Dodgers,
All or which will bo found at Thb
Bulletin Job Officb, No. 78 Ohio Levee.
M. Armstrong & Son of New York have
failed for $400,000.
Capt. Eads is in Washington to testify
before the river committee.
Tho excess of exports over imports for
tho last half of. 1882 was 134,573,322.
A heavy gle on the "English coast has
Qmt caused grtat damage to shipping.
There was $78,000 insurance on the New
hall house, (:22,000 bavin? just expired.
Business failures contiuue to increase.
Thers were 277 in the week juat closed.
The Nebraska, Minnesota and Michigan
senatorial elections remain iu statu quo.
The pew pilot rules tor western rivers go
into effect at noon on tho 3rd of Septem
Geo. W.Traughbct was bauged Friday
at Taylorville; III., for the murder of Jos.
Dicksun, the star-route juror, has been
indicted fur attempting to influence tbe
votes of his fellow jury met-.
Moro than foity bills were inlroduced in
the Illinois leuislulure yesterday. Tie
senate in executive session considered the
list of appointments submitted by the gov
ernor. The aesthetic movement in Eugland has
entirely died ouf, because wqjl because
peoplo think theie is more good common
sense in taking a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup than in carrying a lily.
A Husband with Poetical Heels.
A lady who had married a dancing
master was discussing tho subject of
matrimony with a femnlo friend, The
latter, a spinster in whose heart the
frost of forty wiuters had not withered
the tender Uowers of sentiment, declar
ed that nothing but a poet for a husband
would satisfy her, and added:
"I could never have married as vou
did." . '
"You forget there is a poetry of mo
tion," returned the other; "my bun
baud writes poetry with his heels."
Curious Physiological Investigations.
A somewhat new and interesting
field of inquiry has been opened up by
M. Lanquer, namely the composition
of the human fat, nt different periods
of life, tind its relation to health. These
invstirations show that in nowly-boru
children the fat has a particularly firm
consistence, constituting a peculiar tal-low-like
mass, with a melting point of
45 deg. C. The fat of adults, ho ever,
separates at the ordinary temperature
cf a room in two lavers; tbe upper
layer is completely fluid, translucent
and of a yellowish color, solidifying
only at temperatures under zero, C."
while the lower layer is a crvstalline
mass, having its melting point at 86
deg. C. The fatty acids obtained from
the fat of newly born children after
precipitation with hydrochloric acid
wore found to melt at 61 deg. C, and
those obtained fi m the fat of adults
have a melting point of S6 deg. The
former ww found also to contain three
times as much palmitic and steario acid
as tbe latter; the palmitio acid predom
inated ovor the steario in each kind of
fat, but much more in that of children
than of adults, the proportion being In
the former four to one, but in the latter
Dine to ono.
Notice. In thl coin m u ihruu Untie or lerr ii&ivui'
one Insertion or $100 ptrweok.
DOK BALE. l)a h-r' cu aim, wiwn .lauuf. la
C bleu Ao. CONRAD ALBA, tlxth street
FOR OALR.-Blank. Chatta Murmur, fourtnl
Warranty aud Warrauty Deeds at the Bulletin
Job officers Ohio Leveo
FOH HALK.-Ourfnrm at Handu.ky desirable aa
liber da'ry, toc or veaetai.fe farm or all
combined, cllot' d fur a ennrt time oulv,
OEO. '. YOCCM.
JNO. P. IlltODBKICE.
AN .ESTHETIC CONCERT
Will ho liken by the labile, of the Eplnr.nl
Cburch al lUrtmau Us 1 Thursday eveslkx, l'eb.
Admission, . 15 cents.
Slimier. So cents, served from A
o'cloik. icu Cream and Cako extra.
.ICsthetlo and Artlitio Sooner jr.
WIOKLIFFE, .K Y.,
Tuesday, January 30th, 1883,
The now estanllelird County Scat of Itollard
Oun'v, at tho Junction of tbe Ohio and M
sliipt Hivern oppo.lie Cair i, Illinois.
'lbs no tlOlt I. OU a hlirh and hnaiitlfnl nt
of iround, forty feet above tbt hlbcat it od. The
nenren nun ibuu m inn ternilnii" ortbo St. I.onl ,
tblcaKosnd New Oiluana, and Mobile and Ohio
R.iltus'l. Each of ..id Koad. haveelegautde
voi bulldlDn., unices, mde-track. at Wlckllite,
On tbe op,.o.i'.e slilool tbe river in Illinois t
the termluu. ot tbe Illinois Cuntml, Cairo and
VtnceiiDt", and Culm nd 6t Loula Itailroads.
On tba tilHoiipi .Ida of the river Is the terminus
of the Iron Mountain and Sinthern, snd 8t. Loul.
aud Texsa rrow.g.uuo Knllrnada.
A a maiiuracturlDB .Its ickl He bas to snra
rlnr In the Mlaals-lnnl Vallev. 1 hnr U ahnnriant
nf .upotlor quality of tlmher, bulb bard and soir,
tbebi stof clays, potters, (Ire. eo'ln and ocbre,
sua iiisuu.iiuic niinmii ei or suporioi iaa 1 for
th manmsoinr of , laa
Lot In in above tinuil )A nit
wilt beolTerod for sals on Tuoidav, tba Sotb day
of Jan'i.ty 1SS3 '
Person, atiuudlng the sale can tirocti'e round t In
tickets from the Ous K iwl-r lor h ill' rains, and on
the M. A ' H. K. from Klvf.'to Wlcklltfeaod In
termediate ata lort.ai bnlf rata, and Iran the I.
C. K. K. from Pnltnn snd Intermediate pulntast
icsu's Pr iti'lei for round trip.
fKRMl Olf BULK iiifl.ihlr l sh. and the
balance In one and two years with 6 per rent (titer
eat on duforrod payueuts. H. H.JBNKINtt,
o. n U AL.II " a LI..
P. HOUR IN,
W. F. HAW 18,
of the universal success of
Brown's Iron Bitters is sim
ply this: It is the best Iron
preparation ever made; is
compounded on thoroughly
scientific, chemical, and
medicinal principles, and
does justwhat is claimed for
it no more and no les3.
By thorough and rapid
assimilation with the blood,
it reaches every part of the
iystem, healing, purifying
and strengthening. Com.
mencing at the foundation
it builds up and restores lost
health in no other way can
lasting benefit be obtained.
jy Dearborn Are., Chicago, Not, ;.
1 have been a gnat lurTerer from
a very w'ikstomch, heartburn, and
dj'ipeniii in its wont form. Nearly
cvcryuiini I ate cave me dutrot,
and 1 could eat but little. I have
tried everything recommended, have
taken the prescription, of a coien
f,hysicuns,butnot no relief until I
took Erown'. Iron Bitters. 1 feel
none of the old troubles, and am a
new man, I ant getting much
stronger, and feel first-rate. I am
a raifroad engineer, and now make
my trips regularly. I can not say
tio much in praise of your wonder.
f il medicine. P. C. Mack.
Brown's Iron Bitter3
docs not contain whiskey
or alcohol, and will not
blacken the teeth, or cause
headache and constipation.
It will cure dyspepsia, indi
gestion, heartburn, sleep
kssiiesa, dizziness, nervous
debility, weakness, &c.
Vie only Brown'. Iron Bitters made by
Brown Chemical Co., Italtimore. Crated
W iuu and trade-mark ca wrapper.
NottCS II hore!)V irlvn that dsfail't hsrlna harn
made lor mure Uiin sixty day In tbe payment o
a portlou of the amount .ecuri'd to be uald br a car.
talu morttiaK executed by Ho anna Corcoran and
rn' ica ii. i.orcnran to BH'uuei stat. Taylor and
Kdw'n PB-soni-. Truaiees of the Cam ritv Pron.
erty, ducd Auirtut Snd. 1S73, and recorded In tbs
record )'' . e. In aud for Alexaudur Conotv, In
the Muto of Iillnn'., iu hook 4 of Uceu1., .aj;e &8D,
the ani'iunoiiow due nnd tmvnhle heiuir 4fji. nrln.
deal snd lotere.t ihrronu fiuin m i Augut Und,
leii, B, i no nLnvrsig ri n'tignee. or fain
truntee". lll on Thursday tht 8 b (ulhih) day ol
Kelimarv null 18-3. at 10 oVlo U In iha furnnnnn
of that duv, uu Iit and by vlrt'ie of tbo power of
ruie c.-iiiiiuen in s ia mnriKeKai 'ell St POO tc Silo
tiou, to the rilubnt bidder, for ravh, at tbs office
liu ldlBBof .aid as.lcnoe. of ald tmtca. c ,rnir
or Washington avouue and 18ih t'ret. In said City
c f Cuiro, In Alexander Cuuuty and State of X 1 11
no'., til tho rinht, title aud luierost of. aid Hoai
pa Corcoran and Patrick II. Conoran or tbolr tl
Igns, In and lot numbered 17 (-I'veht. en), in
block numherrd 8 ( cbi), In the First Addition ti
tbe City or Cairn. In .aid county snd tnt, accord
Inn to the recorded plat nf .aid addition, with 'hs
appurtMinno to sati.fy tbs porpoee. aud condf
fi. ST A AT 8 TATLOH,
Trustees of tbe i alro 'I'rn-t Property.
PsUd Cairo, III. January ti7tb. 1SSS.
Notice Is hereny given that default bavins; been
made for mors than sixty day In the payment of a
portion of the a noiitu aersrud to be paid by a car.
tain mortgage execnti-d by Feler Young to Samuel
taat Tnylorand Kdtvin Persona, trn-ties of tbs
Cairo Oltv I'roperty. datod October 1Mb, 187H, snd
recorded In th rueoritor'i offlce In and for A'etaa.
der I onuty, In the Stale of Illluo1., In bo k 4 of
rud, on pngo Ml. the amount now due aud pay,
his being IIS. principal snd In ("rut, we, tbe on
der.lgnod, ihsasKltfiieesof said t'U toes, will on
Ibureday the eighth (Sih) day or February next,
A. 1. IIM, at It) o'clock In tbe forunoon of that
day, und T mid by virtus nf the power of sals con
tained In ..Id m irtg ige, .ell at unlilic aactlon, to
the hlghesi bidder lor cash, at the oflke building
of M. 8. Taylor, corner of Washington av"uueand
lMth etree'. in .aid City of Cairo, In Alriandar
County and ht.io of Illinois, all the right, title
srd Inturo.t of sa'd I'eior oting or his ss-lgn-, In
aud to lot number d Ii7, in b ock numbured S3, In
tbo First Addition 1 1 City of Cairo, In said
County of AlKxati lursnit Stale of Illinois, accord
Injtoth rjcordnd plat thereof, wlih the appnr
t"nncsto .mi.fr tbs pu pnae. and condition of
said m rtgige. H HI'Ats TAYLOR,
KDWIN l'Alt- 'NS,
Troslff s of the Cairn Trust. Property.
Dated Cslro, III., January rib. IMS.
Notice to Tax-payers.
fiLrilr!!!!' 'I1.' ,"!kow,n '!' e for thernr
poseof cullurtlng theriivenn .olAlev.nri , Conn
ty, and State of Ill.nul. for the jenr A.D IHJ' when
I hope to meet ail tsi-p.yers, n-ady io pay tbe r
tales , and all those not able to p.y all their taxes
will bi ar in m nd tnat I want the per'oiml taxes
paid at one-and real estute also tr possible:
At tbe sior boost of B. K. L'nrMt In He ch Rldgo
1'iecluct.on Monday, January iOth, A D. 18-8.
At the .lore bouse ol J, M Bowie In the
town of Hndxee Park. In Unity Precinct, on Tues
day, January th, A. l. Utt.
At the store h use of Henry Hnnsa'tr In tht
town r.iHu.du.kv. 1 Sanduakv Precinct, on Wed
nesday Jr.ury Slat. A. I). !881
At tba store houae of Mrahll AaRnsteen In tht
town of Elco. In Hro Precinct, on 'ihur.d.y.
February 1st, A.D. 18e3.
Atthr.ldeuceof n . JTiinsaker. In Lake Milll
gsn Precinct, on Mond-y, Fehimr) Mb, A.D 18 8.
4 1 the store bouau or F. D. Allierton, In O'")
Itlanrt Pic net. . n Tnesaav. Feb ih, A. D. 1883.
At the store house of A II. I'eland In town of
Santa fee, In bunts Fe Precinct, on Wednesday,
February 7ib. A. D 1-1;).
At the smre house or uihhe A Barkhonser in tht
town of Thebes, In Thbe. Prtcluct,on Thni.day:
February 8ih. A D !te.
At 'he st re house uf J.srer Cu'ley A Co.. In
ClerCrr.ek Precinct, ou Friday, February 9th,
A. 0. 18rt
At the emit house of James Xobl. s, In East
Ospt Olrardean Preciua, on Batttrrtay, February
10th. A. D.1883.
A' the stir bouse rf Pter Psao, In Firet Citlro
Precinct, on Monday, February lsth, A D 1881.
At the ofllce of M. J. Unwise, in Second I'alro
Preclnc, on Tneadey, Febrmry 1:1th, A. D. 1881.
At the mors boose of I svtrirk Pltsgerald, Iu Third
C-tro Pruclic, on Wednesday, February 14th, A. O.
Atthestornoutof O. f. Ort. In F'fih Cairo
Precluct.onTtUMday, Frthrnary 15tn. A.D. 18JI.
At Sher lTa office In C nrt-hnn.e. In Fount)
Calr Precinct, on Friday, February I8ih. and dur
ing tbe remslndiT of the inonthof Fenmary. A. D.
iaa I, wbere 1 hope to meut el persona, owing
tates, texdr to e. ttle aud save Tpsnsi.
Yours truly. JOHN noDGKS,
Sheriff and ex Officio Collccior of Alexander Co.
Read and Circulate.
The Illinois Central R. R. Co.
Will sell any of tie r-malnluir landa at one dol
lar per acre lesa than tut prei.nt one from this
time until tbe im dy of O-toflur. 18M. Alter
that dt' tbo present prl'ts will be ri'Slored. All
who deslrn t" purchase rhould ava'l theais-res of
this liberal oft'er at once. p. HAOGY,
Fot particulars Inquire of
Agts. for I. C. R. K. Land),
Notice To Contractors.
Citt Ciinit'e Okkiok, I
Caiho, III., Jnn'y 25in, 188-1.
Seal 'd propo'al. Mill be received at this t. nice,
diructt'd to the (Jlly Council of the City cf tatro
nutll meetlngof theClty Cuuncll, 1 m-sday tvonlnir,
February th, 183. Iit furn'shlogthe maicrlal aud
dot. g the work, or doing tho work necessary for
the construction of the fillow:ug aiduwalk, to ht
const ncted ol wood, via: On the southerly slda
of Eighth i-tre t, between Railroad Strict and Ohio
Levee, helmr H'i toet lu luugth, a rrov.d d by
Ordinance No aii aoprored August II h. A. i.
1b8.', which is on rliti in thia office aud subject to
examination at any ti u,
A good aud lulBcicnt bund for twlc tht amount
must ti corapauy all propn-lttnns. The right to
reject tuy aud all bias leserved by the city.
D i. Fot."T, City Clerk.
SSKBSMBSr N OTIC It .
Notice Is he'ehy giyeu to a'l persons Inlersstsd,
that tbtCliy Council nf the City of Cairo. II loots,
bavfg ordered set fori b In urrtltmuce No. i.
section 1. That the tollowmg sidewalks he con
structed of wood, vis u tho .ot th elito of
Kitfhtb Street, betweeu Rnl rnad htretardO lo
Levee, -firg ono hundred and forty-live feet In
length; have sppllid tolho CoiintyOnur of A exan
der ouuty for an iisnessmunl of the costs -f said
improvfmiiiitscc.or.lln to be efits.andan asse.s
meut tneruof b iviiic been ma la and reiurned to
said dun the linai t.e rtnir thereon will hu ha-i at
tno March Term of. ml Court, cimiuenclnu ot e
second Moudiiv o' i Ua .
All persons dcMrlim tnt, then aud there appear
tud make defense.
D. J G A LLIHAN, V Corr niL-.loner..
Cslro. January 24. 18i'
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