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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY M0BNING, JANUARY 30, 1883.
fa, or N . B. Thlstlewood. J
Treti.urnr T J. Berth.
Cirrk Lunula. J, fcolcy.
CiiMnHiur--Wm. H. Gilbert,
qaisbal L. 11, Meyere,
Attorney William Hendricks.
BlUfeb Or 4LDIHMSS
rimt Ward Win. Mcllale, T. M. Kltnliruogh.
Ser.end Ward-Jcse lliukle, C. N. llughee.
Third Wnrd-H. F, Ulaku, John Wood.
Fourth Werd-Cbarlee 0. Pktler, Adoipb Si
''rtta Ward-T. W. Uallldav. ErnMl A. Pettlt.
C'r.-uh JndKe 1. J.Uekvr.
Circuit Clork A. It Irvln.
County Judg.K. S Yocun.
Coanty Clerl 8.J. Hurnio
County Attorney J. M. Umnror..
dimity Treasurer-Miles W. Parker,
rlliettff Jotiu Hodges,
f ...ti,t,rk Pltciurala
I'nnnlc ( 'f.m ID I ..(III er T. W Ul'.ldnT, J. A
Olbbs ud Peter hanp.
UKt HAPrHT. Corner Tenth end Poplar
I . .ireola: urcaclilnir Brut Had third Sundiye lu
rooms, 11 e. ra. n47: in.; prayur mael
ing Ttinmd., T:3o p. ui. s Sand y school, V:) .m
Rov. A. J. UE1S I'M lor.
nHUKOH Of TUB RBDEBUKll-(Eplicopi
j Fourteenth street f Sunday 7:nu tn., Hoi
t M,.,..i. u.ai! m . Knn.ltr ich'iol: tl.OJe.m
Unniix l;. nisi o. m.. UveoUit Prayers. F
p. Davenport, S. T. B. Hector.
1 ' 1 it XT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUHCil
V l',-a, hlim at 10:X0 a. n... St. m , end 7:l p.
.I.Mih irrinnl at 7:30 D. m RV. T. J. Hborea
i t '-i-ii:H an -Thirteenth street: "nni Sab
I j Uin 1:3" a. m 1 Sunday choolp ta. Rev
erupt., past .
a. f KTHUIUST-Cor. Eighth end vValcot streets
,TI iT'aciiing neoDeiu nivi. m. ui.
.niliv Iktoiitit IMP m. F.ev. J. A. hr,arfU
lKrHT TKHIAN-Klghtu street; ptacohij ot
I v.i.l.-ih mi II ID a. m. and 7:ID. m.: prayer
ii. ..un tVerti.mdav it 7:3") D. m.: hondsy Scheol
i a p. m. Rv B. V. Oeoue, pastor.
Cl-J'-tPH B Komn Catholic) Corner Croat
? t,d Walnut street; services Salftetu luiena
n Wnr.dat K. hnol at I D. m.: Ve.pers ip. m. : ear
licet every day at 8 a. m. Her. 0'Ur, l'rtett.
ST PATRICK'S (Rom0 Catbollc) Corner Vlntb
atrvet Mid WaahlnKton aretma; icrtrlcea 8ab
oalh b and 10 a. m.; Vnpora 8 p. m.; Sunday School
( i. iu. aiirrtrci arory oay ai a. in. r".
K.R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO. -
ILLINOIS CKJITRALK. R.
TH1INI IIXPA-HT, THANtAHKIVI.
Hall. UrOJa.m I Mall 4:i
tArcon'daiion.ll:li)a.m Exure-a .......11 :10 a.ui
IBxprct 8:80 p a I Aocon(Utloa..4:lj k.ra
C.Bt. L.K O. R.B. (Jftckaoa Ronte).
rMall 4:.m I tMall .. .. 4:J1p.rn
tKiprw... 10::i0a m t8lpre 10:J a m
tAc'modatlon l:Wp m
ST. L. 4 c. R. R. (Narrow Gauge.)
Bipre :1 a.m I Bipre :M p m
Accom'datlon. I :U0 p.m I Accom'datlun 11 :W a.m
8T.L . I.M 48. R. K.
fEipreM 10:30p.m tExpre...-. 3:11 p oj
WABASU, ST. LOUIS 4 PACIFIC R'Y CO.
tll Ki .... h;0 vm I Xa(l 4 St.... V) p m
rcom'dalloD 4:0 p m Aeeoni'dation 11:S0 a.m
Freight ..7:41 a m. Freicbt :45 p.m.
Uaily eicepl 8aidy. Dally.
MOBILE 4 OHIO B. R'
Mall !:5iin. I Mil.-....:10p. m.
LLLNOIS CENTRAL R. R.
i-i, i .I
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Running
O DAILY TRAIJSTd
Making Dieeot Connkotion
Turn Liiti Cairo:
;05 a in. Mail.
ArrWIngto . Lonla t:4S a.m.; CblcaKO, a0p.m. ;
Counect t at Odin and Effingham for Cincin
nati, L if TlUe, Indlanapoha and point! But.
11:1 1 a.m. Bt. Liouia and Wsatorn
ArrlTtnein Bt. Lorj1i?:05p. m., and eonnctln
lur all poiul Weal.
3 SO p.m. f tit Express. '
tor 81. Loult and Chicago, arriving at Hi. Ijinla
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7:90 a m
3:QU p.m. Clnoinnrttl Kxprnni,
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisville t:M
a.m.; Indlanapolln 4:06 a.m. I'mnenu'iTt hT
thia train reach the above polnta Xii to 3t
UuCRS lu advance of any other route.
rr?"Th!l:ryi p. m. expreaa bus PULLMAN
6LKKPING CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, wtthoit
ehanijoa, and through aleepen to St. Loale and
Fast Time Kast.
PtiaQfnrr1U b t0,( ll"a ROtlirottKh to Kan.
A aTlli.l.ia era doIdu without mi delay
eauaod by Hundav tntorvcnliiK. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrlvee In new York Monday
Horning at 10:84. Thlrty-eli bouralu advance of
bv other ronte,
fVFor throngb ticket and further Information,
appiy ai Illinois cimrai itaiiroaa ijepot, i. airo.
J. H. JON B8, Tlr.net Agent,
A, H. HANSON, Geo. Pans, Agont. Chicago
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOW8.
O AND mi XOXDAT, OOrOBRR S3,
Bxpress and Mall loaves Cairo, everv'dav except
Sunday, at 8:18 a. m. Arrive at East Bt. Louis at
8:80 p. m Arrives at Cairo at 4 :H6 p. m.
Accommodation arrives at 11:40 a. m. and do
parts at l:uo p. m.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THB CITY.
GOODS SOLDVERY CLOSE
' iss mm
O. O. PAT1EU tteOC,
Oor.NlnatsantlistrMtl 1 ' Polt- Til
Oommatdal imu) tAlTU 111
Natural Fruit flavors.
Prepared from the choicett Fruit$, with'
out coloring, poisonout oils, acidt or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or Impurities.
Hans gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qual.
itjf. Admitted by all who hare used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc,
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, I1L, and Bt. Louis, Mo.,
Eaawt.f lalla Trut Am, Dr. rrl. Crata laklag
rnto.iUUr. frit'. I'.lq.. rrfan.
WE MAKE NO SECOND CHADS C00D8.
JJKW FHU ASD OVsTBU DEPOT.
Ilarlng now perfects 1 my arrangements to
supply the trtde with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can Now Olfjr as Follow: Oysters
Taken From the Shell Here Fresh
as From the Gulf.
Baron Cook 81 M ner 100
" 8 ines j 2
' Baainn ?
Orsters in bilk hi
Oysters staadaids In cans 30 "
RedBnaooer : :..in.
fihuap HAt ,,,, it
Shrimps, Lohtfa Crtn and Tart'es s'l Ip reason
uititrtiL uiauuLM r to thb tkade.
JOHN S PRO AT.
PROPRIETOR OF SFROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice
HJf PIT THE CAH LOAD OR TON.WEM
?',KED FOR' SHIPPING
Hnv Ioadff a Specialty.
Cor.Twt'lttk Street aud Levee,
JAMES KELCil & CO.
N E W L A N D
AND (US FITTERS,
DRIVE WKLLS, FORCE AND
,IFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
CP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, OAS FIX
TURES Of all kind'furnlfhol to order, old ftxtnres re-
bronsed; Joihlnn primptly attended to. OrdTS
rccelvod at Daoiui Ua tinan'e or at the sbop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN
NINETU AND TENTH STREETS,
OAinO . . . . 1L.T..S.
Q.E0RQE U. LEA.CII, M. D.
Physician and Surtreon.
Special attntlon paid to the Homeopathic treat
mi.pt ofaurglcal dUuusns, aud dieeos of women
Offlcei On Hth strtwt, opposite the Pust Offlce,
JJR. J. E. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOE, ELECTRO-VAPOR aitn MEDICATED
33 AT IIS
. . . admln'stered dally.
A lady In attauriaucs,
)R. W. C. JOOFLYN, '
QFFICB Klghtk Btreet, near Como sreUl Av.no e
JIl. E. W. WHITLOCK,
UanvuaalfA. 1M n.mian.i.1 i... -
sWj sad Math "ttis " "
CU1CA(J0 MARKET REPORT
CORRECTS o Uirr.V BY CHAS. CCNSINO
U AM, BItOKER.
9:80 A. M. January C, la,
January, j Ptbruary. Match. May,
PoritM.. $ i7s6 rfTan
Wheat... l tin W.iK 108X
Oaf.. . sa HTj I 8ij
, li:8P. M
January. February. March. May.
Pork ... t i $ T
Wfal.. 1 03 j mu 1 oj
t 30 P. M.
Jan 'ary. Nhniarv. March ilay.
Pork..,, ttilny, 17 M I t7
VJheat.. 1 0 f8U
Corn ... M t4S 54 Kl2
0t' ilt I 87X j 8H
W. F ;,abd!S, r'.'ir editor of i'nt Bouxri
and stenl)ut pen.'er snt. Orders for all
kind or steamboat Joti printing eniidted. OBca
at Bower's European Uotel. No. 72 Ohio levee.
8TA0EU OF TUB RITKR.
The river marke by iho gauge laht
evening at this port, 80 feet tod 2
indies aud rising.
Cincinnati, Jan. 30 8 p. in. River 25
feet 5 inches and falling.
Pittsburgh, Jan. 30 6 p.tn River 1t feet
8 inches and rising.
Louisville, Jan. 800 p. m. River 10
feet 11 inches and falliog.
Nashville, Jan. 30-8 p.m. River lfl feet
0 inches and falling.
St. Louis, Jan. 30-6 p. m. River 6 feet
1 inches and rieiog.
Capt. Win. nnmbleton, of Mound City,
died last evening at teD minutes past 3
o'clock. He bad been confined to his bed
about three weeks. We deeply sympa
thise with his family in their irreparable
loss, for be certainly was one of nature's
noblemen. None knew him but to love
him and he was Dbver known to refuse to
tavor or lend a helping hind to a friend,
to tb64) in distress. He was a very prom
inent man in steamboat circles and was
proprietor of the Marine Ways at Mound
City up to the time of bis death. Hit
friends and acquaintances, who were legion,
will all deeply deplore bis loss. May bit
noble eoul forever rest in peace and bap
viness. Dm Sullivan, the polite dispenser of
drinks at Charley B iwcr's European Hotel
says the cooos have been raiding his hea
rooet, but be is now fortified with a fierce
dog with two mws of teeth which will
catch Mr. Coon "gwine an' acomiu."
iri n i . n . . ..
iue uuiuing oiar mm Cincinnati is
coming with her large Mardi Gras party of
excursionists. The trip will equal if not
surpass the Thos Sherlock which passed
down Sunday eventi g. The Star will ar
rive here early to-morrow morning.
The Ohio left Memphis for Cincinnati
last evening and will report to-morrow
morning erly, dpt. II. J. Viuton, com
mands and Rtib't McCoy, purser. W. F.
Limbdin, passenger agent, will furnish
tickets at low rates,
The B. S. Rhea tailed to report here
yesterday. She will turn back for Nash
villo from Paducah to-day.
The Gus Fowler had a good trip from
Puducah and return yenterJay. Shu will
bo here again this evening on time,
The Emm Etnendge arrived here yes
terday morning from Rose Clare. Bud
6medley was her pilot.
The prospects for an early resumption of
navigation for the Anchor Line is near at
The R. R. Springs, from New Orleans
will report hero for Cincinnati, Thurs
The Vint Shinkle leaves Cincinnati to
morrow evening for Memphis.
The ex city treasurer of Milwaukee. Wis..
Micha'.O Krause, Esq., thus sneaks concern
ing St. Jacobs Oil: "I have used that in
valuable remedy for rheumatic paius," and,
m my judgment It has no equal In tlmt
line. In my opinion, St. Jacobs Oil is
The American Protestant association of
St. Louis celebrated their birthday yester
day, It it said there will be three reports
from the Burrows committee on Mississippi
The "crisis" has come in France. Pres
ident Oievy has accepted the resignations
of the ministers.
Walcott, the New York quail-eator, is
bracing up. Ho ate his twenty-second
brace in nine minutes,
St. Louis county has sent up nineteen
antl-prohlbltion petitions to be presented
n the legislatures
Tapleyville, Mass., had rather so excit-
ng Sunday. Fire destroyed somnthlnir
over $100,000 worth ot property.
Good Stylo Is UOod senna, irnnrl hualtru
good enerury and good will, but s bottle of
Dr.Boli'sComh Syrup Is good benefac
tion that suffering humanity has already
learned to spprsdate. , '
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, chemiial and
medicinal principles, and
does just what is claimed for
it no more and no less.
By thorough and rapid
assimilation with the blood,
it reaches every part of the
system, 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.
f. Dearborn Ave., Chicago, Nov. j,
I have been a groat luffortr from
a very weak atomach, heartburn, and
dyipepiia in its wont form. Nearly
everything I ate gave me diitreai.
and 1 could eat but little. I have
tried everything recommended, hare
taken the prescription! of a dozen
phyiicians, butgot so relief until I
took Brown'a Iron Bitten, I feel
none of to. old troubles, and am a
new man. . I am getting much
stronger, and feel rtm-rate. I am
a railroad engineer, and now make
my trips regularly. I can nnt tay
too much in prait. of your wonder,
ful medicine. D. C. Mack.
Brown's Iron Bitters
does not contain whiskey
or alcohol, and will not
blacken the teeth, or cause
headache and constipation.
It will cure dyspepsia, indi
gestion, heartburn, sleep
lessness, dizziness, nervous
debility, weakness, &c
Cm only Brown's Iron Bitters mad. by
Brown Chemical Co., Rikimora, Crossed
seat iiaas and Uada-mark os wrapper.
Notices in tbla colnmn ibree lines or luea.ceui.
one insertion or ji. iw per week.
FOR SALE. Ba b-rV thalra, waeh atantls, !
bleaAv.. cnXRAri noi ui.,k
li-l-am. ' """"
yvtl BALK. Blanks. CbattuS Morganed, lioeclal
-- narramvana warrant Heeds ai tu Puiletin
vuuuuice to umu i.evee
FOR 8 ALU. Our farm at baniinskv desirable ss
either da'ry. .tock or veeeta'fe farm or ail
comnnea, inert a lura nnrt tlmeoniv
GEO W, YOCUM
JNO. P. BliOOERICK
AN ESTHETIC CONCERT
Win bs given by the ladles of the Eplscnps!
Cbu ch at Uartmsn's Ua.l Thursday evenlcK, Fob.
.Admission, 15 cents.
Supper, 35 cents, served from 6
o'clock. Ice Cream and Cake eitra.
Esthetlo and iVrtlttio 8oencry.
ARE OF EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE,
Hots SINGLE INSTANCE ON RECORD la the
past tt years where on of
Ess been broken opon by burglars sod robbed.
His Standard Patent Fire-Proof
uavewKVKU FAILED to
TKESKKVE their CON
curity as i hi nALu'ssArs. UBKAI HS
They always protuct their contents .
Persons having Valnables should not
be without a Hall's Safe.
Hall's-Safe & lock Co.
JOSEPH r,. UAX,U President.
CIHOINNATI, NEV7 YORK. ' 0010100.
ivoiwidt 'ban rsTUSEoot9
at and bolow ;OST
CLOSING OUT SALE!
list of articles and prices,
S3 50 to 93 75
5 00 to 6 60
5 00 a set.
2 2 ) to 2 50
6 00 to 6 60
19c to 45c per yd.
00 to 12 OOettcb
A Cane Rocker for . 75c, large size.
And a'l other Household am! KKcbsn Furni
ture at sme proportion. M s have an Imtr use
stock or all kinds and most sell.
' II. J. 1IINSON,
Cor. 10th 8t. Ac Washinsr.toa Ave?.
W 3 M
S A SV . X lw- A
Notice is hereby given that default having be-n
msde for mors ihau sixty days in the parranto
a portion of the amount secured tu be paid by a cor.
tain mnrtgagj executed by Roanna i.orcorsn and
rmricK n, i.orcoraD to ea uuei btaats Taylor aud
nuwiu i n'luu', irusiee. ot me 11 ro UllV rrop.
erty, dated Auguat gud. 1873, and recorded in the
recoraer s om e, in ana ror Alexander County, tn
mio i-ion- ui imiioia, iu nook 01 jjeeas, page cS,
iiw aiu'iuui now uue ana uayaoie oeiua 4ii, nrln
dual and interest 'hereon from sa d August lind,
isio, we, iub iioaersig ssiiigoees or laid
trutee, win on rrturodsr tn 8 a (eighth) day ot
Feliruary next 183. at 111 oV o k In ihernrannnn
ot tbatdav, uu Ur and by vlrt'ie of the power of
ene c uiiine'i in s in morigage, sen at PDO 1C Sue
tton. to tbe t.ttbet bidder, tor rapb, at the office
hU'MiDPof .a d assignees of paid ttuatee., c rnrr
oi v ."iiingiun avenue ann iBia a'rtet. tn said Cut
of Cmro. in Alexiniler County and Stat of 1 1 11
nnie ' ' - tn. title and interi-a of said o.a-i.
naCoji.ii. i 1 1 n l'atnck H Corcoran or their as
'gn.. in anu t" lot nttmnorru 17 (eventen), in
hi ck numbered 8 (e uhi), In the Flret Addition t
the City of Cairo. In said county and stite, accord
ing to the recorded plat ol said "ddltton, with he
a npuri nnncis. lo.aiisiv mi DnrDo.ni iniirnnii.
turn of said mortg igc.
n. Bl'iaiB TATLUK,
Trustees of the alro i'rut Property,
f ated Cairo, III. Jan larySTih. 1883. -
Notice 1 hirebv given that default hav!n hon
msiie for more than sixty days in the pavmeut of a
ponlnn of the a nount aemred to he ,al't by a cer
tain mortgage executed bv Peter Y ung to Samuel
Mnsts '1'iiylor and Edwin Pir.oua. trn-t.ea of thm
Cairo City l roperty, dated October 18th. 187:1, and
recorded In th rcor tar's ofUre lu aud tor A'exsn
den ounty, in the State of Hliuo s, In bo k 4 of
Pe'.-ris, on page SSI. the amount now due and pava
hle beinn I5. principal and Interest, we, tho un
dersigned, the assignees of said t u tees, will on
Thnrs.lv tbe eighth (8;b) day or February nsxt,
A. b. 183, at 10 o'clock in tbe forenoon of tliat
dav, und'-r mid by virtue of the powor of nale con
taiiied In said mnrtgige, soli at public aactlon, to
tht hlghnat bidder lor cash, at the ulflca bulldlnir
of 8. rl. Taylor, coruer of VVaahli gton avenue and
18th streo', in said City of Cairo, In Alrxanrior
County and Stole of llllnol-, all the right, title
ard Interest of said Peter 1 oung or his ssnlgn., in
snd to lot nnmbur d 27. in h ock numbered M. In
thn First Addition t said City of Cairo, In laid
Countv of AleianHurand State of llllnol", accord
Idk to the r'cord 'd plat thereof, with the appnr
tentiirc. to satisfy the DU'noaea and eondltlon nf
said uiorUago. c. Nr.UTM'AYMiR,
KDWIS PARS iNS.
Truntees nf the Cairo Trut Properly.
Dated Cairo, III., January 3nh, 1V3.
OF TOWN LOTS AT
Tuesday, January 30th, 1883,
Ths now eslabltrhsd County Scat or Ballard
County, at the Junction of the Ohio and Missis
sippi Rivurs opposite Cairo, Illinois.
'ins oc Hon is on a high and beautiful plateau
nftiround, fort feet above thn highest fl iods. lbs
rjeruit blub land t.i the terminun of tbe 8t. Lonl ,
l hlcago aud New Orleans, and Mobile and Ohio
H illniaita Each of said Roads li a elegant de
pot buildings, offices, aide-tracks st WlckliUe.
Ou the opiiO'l'e side ol the river lu Illinois Is
the terminus of tho Illinois Central, Cairo and
Vlnceunea, and Cairo and bt. Louis Railroads.
On tbe Mlsiourl .trie of tbe river Is tbe terminus
of the Iron Monntaln and Nentbetn, and St. Louis
and Texas Narrow-gauge Railroads.
As a manufacturing vlto ickl tTn has ro snrs
rlnr in the MlaslS'lpni Valley. There I abundant
of superior qnslUy of tiiuher, both bard and sott,
the beat of clnva, pollers, lire, kamln and ochre,
and Inexhanatllile quantities of suporlor sand for
Lots In toe above newly laid off eonnt.y town
wilt boofrured for ssle on Tuesday, tbe Suth day
of Jannsiy ISXi
Hemuns ationdlngthasalecan procnrerouad t lp
tickets from tho Qus F iwl r (or h ilr rates, and on
the M & it. R. H. from Rives' to Wlckllffe and In
termedials ata 1ort at half rates, and I rum the I.
C. K. R. from Fulton and Intermediate point at
lean's per nile for round trip.
TliRMt OF BLK -Oue-thM ea.h, and the
ba'aucoln one and two years wlib (per cent nt
est on deterred payments.
B. B OAI.DAKLL.
W F. bAWKS,
Read and Circulate.
The Illinois Central R. R. Co.
Will soil any of Its remaining lands at one dol
lar per acre ea than tbe preseut price, from ihts
tlmeutitll theflr-t dy of October, 14. Alter
Ihut dat.. the present pri e will he restored. All
who de.lru t piircba-e ehould avail thiuis"lves of
this liberal offer at outs. P. liAOUY,
Foi particulars Inquire of
M. r AKTERDAYAC r,
Afts. for l.C. R. H. Lands,
Notice to Tax-payers.
I will be at the fo) owing nume p's- ea for therur
pote of collecting tbe revonu sol Alovauti i Coun
ty, snl Stite of III note for tbeyear A.D. lpH.'.when
i hope to meet ail tax-payers, ivady to pay the r
taxe., and all thon noi able to py all their taxee
will bear in m ud teat I want thx per-onal taxes
paid at oocasud real eetate si.oltpos-ible:
At the store hours nf B. F Cnnis la be ch Ridge
Piecinct, on Monday, January 2l)th. A O. l-3.
At the store- house 01 J , M Bowles In the
town of Hods' Purk, iu I'ullv Precinct, on Tues
day, January tb, A. I). 181.
At the store b'iune of Henry HunsaVtr In tbe
town ni8i,dnkr, 1 iandnskv PraciucLoo Wed
ne.dav Jatnary 31st. A. I). 881
At ths store bouse of Marshnll Augnstern In the
town of Llco. In Elro Precinct, on ihursdsi,
February M, A. D. 18-3.
At the reeldeuce of n. Hunaaker, laLakeMtllt
can Precinct, on Mond jr, Fehrnan Mb, A.D 18 3.
a t the store bouse ol F. D. Atnerton, In Goose
Island Pi ec net. m Tuedav, Feb ffih, A. D. 1883.
At the atoro bouse of A II. Ireland In town of
Santa Fee, In Santa Fe Precinct, on Wednesday,
February 7lb, A. D
At the s'ore houe of liihhs & Barkbonser In tb
town of Thebes, in Thebes Precinct, on Thursday,
February Sib. A D. 88S
At the st re bouse of Jasper Cutley Co.. In
ClexrCrtrk Ir;clnct, on Friday, February lh,
A. D. 18-3.
At the store house of Jnmns Nobl s, tn East
Cape Girardeau Precinct, on Saturday, February
10tb, A. I). 1883.
Ai tbe store honae ,-f IVter Sat t.ln First Cairo
Precinct, on Mondav, February Ktb, A. D 1883.
Attheofflceof M. J. Unwlev. in becond Cairo
Precinct, on Taesday, February ISth, A. D. 1881.
At the a' ore houne of t atrlck Fltagerald, In Third
C'Jro Precinct, on Wednesdtty, February 14th, A. O.
At thn store houie of O. F. Ort, In Ftf h Cairo
Precinct, on Tt nrday, Fehruary 15tn, A.D. 1881.
At Sheriff's offli'e In C 'urt-bonse, In Fourth
Csir Precinct, on Friday, Fehruarv Id.h, at-d dur
ing the remainder of the month of February. A. 1).
8iH, where I hope to meet ail persons, owing
taxes, readv to settle and save expenses.
Tours trulv, JOHN HuDOES.
Sheriff and cx-ufllclo Collte or of Alexander Co.
Notice To Contractors.
Citt Clhk's Ornn, i
Caiho, Iu... Jn'y 25th, 1883. J
Seal' d proposals vdli be ncelved at thiaolBce,
directed to the City Council of the Cttycf lairo
uutll meeting of the City Council, 1 uesday evening-,
February 6th, 1683. ttr rurn'shingthe material sud
dol g the work, or doing th work necusnary for
tiieconatriiction of the following sidewalk, to be
conn noted ot wood, viz: On thn southerly side
of Elgbih fire-1, be'we.-D fiallroad Street sud Olilo
I.evve, being ll'i teet in leiiifth, ss rrov.dud by
Ordinsuce No 02. apptoved August 11 h. A. 1.
1-8.', which Is on flu in this office and subject to
examination at any rt-r e.
A good and snfllcionl bond for twice the amount
ft a-company all propoeitlone. Tie right to
reject any aud all bids teserved by the city.
1) J.FoLtT, City Clerk
Notice Is he-eby given to a'l persons Interested",
thst tho City Connctl of the City of Cairo. II luols,
having ordered a set fon b In Ordinance No. SJ.
Section 1. That the lollowing sidewalks be con-eiruewa-1
of wood, Vl. I n Ihe -oithside of
Kigbth Street, betweeu Railroad hire t aiidOi.lo
Levee, ' clpg one hundred and forty-flve feet in
length; have applltd to tho OountyOour of A exan
der i ounty for an ssnessroeut of the cons f said
improvemeiit.sccorillng to b. eflts.and an assess,
munt thereof hivlnp hne
said C mrt the anal lieiring thereon will be ha-t at
toe Siarrh Term of a tirl Court, c immeoclng on t e
eecoaa -uouunv o: irs-a.
All penons doeirlug ma? then and
anu maae aeiense.
N. A. DEVOHF.
D.J OA LLK4AN, Coir mlesloners.
t-airo, January 84, 18H
rpiIECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. IUinoin.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Rankin? business
TtlOS. V. HLrVLLIDAV.
JNTERPRISE 8AVIN0 BAN b .
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAYINGS RANK.
THOS. W. HA I.LI DAY
Manufacturer and Dealer In
8th Btreei, hatween Com'l Ave. and Levee.
C3A I HO, ILLINOIS
CriOICE BORINO s. SPECIALTY,
ALL KINDS OF AMUXITION.
; Ksfes Re tailed, All Kinds ol Kati Made.
PALLIDA Y BROTHERS,
CAlieO. It, 01 more.
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FL0UJ4. 6BAI5 AND HAY
Elihest Ctih Prka) PaU fnf Wkt