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CAIRO BULLETIN: FnlDAY JIOHNINQ, FEBRUARY 23 1883.
14 NO Ul
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
tf alum or any injurious BuWuna'S cuu lio found
In A.ndrfrws Vfiirl Baking Powder, la po
Bvd y PURE, lielm? uudothwU , uu J Ut linon lull
received from mirh choinils an a. Dana Uuys, llo.
ton: M. TXihifbtitiUne, of Chicago; and tiiuluvuk
Bodo, Jlllw aukca. Never sold in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A. CO.
IS Miuhlpui A v. . 287. IMU it 201 E. WuU r
l-,-..-.. j Id ufirrnriti-J Sntia-
' fir birr to Us wearer in rvery v-ny,
or tils money will be rcluuiled ly
tlm person from whom It win bought.
The nnlyCoi-et pronounced '.v Mir !"dtne .l.;del"
nut Inlurtoua In ttiu wwin-r, siel ndnrwdliy '''"
"be "iK.f oorotoriiUjle slid rla nttlug Corset ever
uuJ rnrcEH.by Mnil ivtue
Health Preservtnir. l.f0. iir.J)u.tln. 160
Asdoralm.l (extra heavy) ' Nur.liig, M.60
Health l'rwnlrt !flao wiutlH i-00. l'amcun
Far sal by li lin ltctiill l"slers every, nrr.
CHICAGO COi.SUX CO.. t lilcugu, III.
WE wilt .nr tt) ftbnvt rrtrtrd fnr tny f rm Uwr ComplHut'
Pjiprinla, hu k HrajAuh, liflijtoillnn, CortljlWn or Colttiu,
cujoot rnra wi, Wnt'i V.vf''l Mrrr tam th dirc
Uimtftrw iirkllr emiplld with. Tliey purJy vtUM-. Nitl
Mvarfail u ivt Miuituiton. P ir Coited, Ji'p Loan, con
UiitkDg St vilt emu, Kwr tutt by til drnr.'Hu. Ifewar '
rounu-tfiU j J Iniiuilont. IS rmittt tLhmil'ulurrt ami lV
atoll N C. WtT A CO., )h A 1 W. 1tlm hi., ttufw.
In UiiJ pftui itnt iuil fr;,iofa hhxwlvf ft 8 vllt il4(U.
Health is Wealth !
l)n Ji. t'. Wight's Neiivk and I!iuin Tufat
menTi a Ruunttituud BP'titio for llyt'nn,
noH8, ConvulMioiiH, Vitn. Norvoua Ncurnli.in,
Uuailnclin, Nirrvoub Prontrution ouusi'd by t lie n:o
ofalcohfil or tobacco. Wakcfuliimm, JU'tiUil I)o
prwMioti, Koftmiinu o tho llttnn rvultin in in
aanity and -ndinK to misery, decay anil dtnlh,
Fromitturo Old A, JiarrcmieBit, Iww of power
in cither ex. Involuntary Lumen and Siei:naf -nrrheca
cnttMnl byoTiir-oxurtion of tliobrain.nelf.
IjtiHe or uviT-iudiiliionco. lacli box contains
otienmnth'ati'MUtUHMit. Jl.ftla box.oroix boxes
for fW), sent by mail prcputdon receipt of pneo.
Wai Ul'Alt VTLE NIX BOXES
To cure Hny vaen. With pch order rocoived byun
for six boxes, necompaniwi witlt $."i.CX), u will
aond the purchaser our written (runrauUxi to re.
funrl tho money if tlis treatment does not etloct
euro. GuarunUM iiuud uuly by
llAliRY V, SGHUH,
Druult. Cor. Cbwmarclil uv. & lHib it.. Cairo.
AKE OF EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE.
!?ot IS1NOLE IN8TASCR ON RKCOHD in the
lut i5 yoarii wheru odo nf
Uasbcua broken open by burt;ar snd rohScil.
Halls Standard Patent Fire-Proof
Have NEVER FAILED to
PKESKKVE their COX
It Is a well-known fact Hint there Is ) KAKK
made in the wor'd TH AT (J IV15S AS UUUAT hK
CUKITV AS i UK HALL'S BAKK.
Thtiy always prot ct ttielr contents
JVrsnns liavinfif ValuabloH slmuM not
without a Httll'H Haft".
Eall's Safe & lock Co.
CHJCmNATI, NEW YORK, CMCAOO.
LOUISVILLE, HAM FlUNC.'HCO,
8T. L0PI9, CLXVKI.AND,
, Woman as a Man'i Equal.
'In r ctnttiin wensr woman is un
doubtedly an cotinl of num. In an
otlier st'iist, In which cqtinlity l nionut
to imply Himilarilv, untlouldodly nhe In
not; for woman In not liko to num.
Wore she like to hlin 'swuct lovo went
Khun,' 8!iys tlio pot't. Lot iih, then, on
doavor to pot at loast a litllo clearer
iiloa of Uiobo difl'urenot'S that Appear lu
tho femalo sex, ami In order to lead you
up to tho oomprehenHion of tho subject
let mo suggest to you the question:
'hy in It that society demands of cus
tom and tasto that the intended hus
band should maku the first advance to
ward tho intended wife, and why it
should not be the opposite? Why woman
should b wooed by man and uot him by
horP I hear It said that man is tho pro
tector of woman, and that therefore ho
who confers tho benefit should be the
one to make the first advances. But if
this were tho true explanation of the
matter, I for one cannot see why It
should bo wrouj? for one who needs pro
tection to ask for it. Is it not some
thing charming for ono who needs help
to go up to one who is ablo to (rive it
ana say: 'I need your help, confidence
and love?' It is said that man is the
support of woman. It seems to mo if
we are to consider who does nioro for
tho other, the husband for tho wife or
the wifo for the husband, we'are ontor
ing on a very delicate subject, and that
it would ba very difficult in iustico and
impartiality to say which sitfo the scale
dips. It appears to nio that the real
explanation of this matter is not to be
found in the fact that man is the pro
tector of woman, but rather in the fact
that he is the admirer of woman. The
bond of admiration is that which makes
the first union betwoen the lovers. Tho
first glance of admiration that passes
from the eye of the man to tho loveli
ness of woman may bn compared to
that first wire that was cast from shore
to ehoro, a thin wiro hardly visible, and
then around this wire other wires were
woven, until at last a strong cable was
formed to which t lie bridge was at
tached, which, the people of cither shore
would pass over and meet each other in
"If the bond of admiration is thus
begun, it makes the first connection
that leads to wedlock; then it is plain
why it is proper for mau and not for
woman to propose the union. For ad
miration, to be genuine, must not be
asked fur; it tnu.it come spontaneously.
The woman might go to her protector
ami say, 'Protect me,' but she cannot go
to her "admirer and say 'Admire me.
How Slate Pencils are Made,
Broken slate from the quarries is put
iuto a mortar run by steam and pound
ed into small particles. Thence it goes
into the hopper of a mill, which runs it
into a bolting machine, such as is used
In tlouring mills, where it is bolted, the
tine, alnmct impalpable Hour that re
sults bein. uiheu into a mixing-tub,
where a small quantity of steatite flour
manufactured in a similar manner Is
added, and the whole is then made Into
a still dough. This dough is thoroughly
kneaded by passing it several times be
twefn inn rollers. Thence it is carried
to a table where It Is made into charges
that is, short cylinders, four or live
Inches thick, and containing from eight
to ten pounds each. Four of these are
placed in a strong iron chamber or re
tort, with a changeable nozzle, so as to
regulate the size of tho pencil, and sub
jected to tremendous liydraulic pres
sure under which tho combination is
pushed through the nozzle in a long
cord like a slender snake sliding out of
a hole, and passes over a sloping table
slit at right angles with tho cords to
give as.xago, with a knife which cuts
thciu into lengths. They are then laid
on boards to dry, and after a few hours
are, removed to sheets of corrugated
zine, tho corrugations serving to pre
vent the pencils from warning during
the process of baking, to which they are
next subjected in a kiln, into which
superheated steam is introduced in pipes,
the temperature being regulated accord
ing to the requirements "of the articles
exposed to its influence. From tho kiln
the articles go to the finishing and pack
ing room, where the ends aro thrust for
a second underrnpidly-revolvlngeiucry
wheels, and withdrawn neatly and
smoothly pointed ready for uso. They
aro then packod in pasteboard boxes,
each containing 100 pencils, and these
boxes in turn are packed for shipment
in wooden boxes containing 100 each,
or 10,000 pencils in a shipping box.
Nearly ull tho work is dono by boys,
and the cobt therefore Is liht.
The Lmon of Horwcgian Liquor Laws.
Whether ho by a social philosopher or
not, the traveler in Norwav can hardly
fail to bo interested in the liquor lawsof
the country. Though tho Gottenburg
system has uot been fully Introduced in
Norway, tho restriction's are very con
siderable, and sometimes give trouble
to those who are not prepared fortliem.
The license to sell wine and beer Is dis
tinct from the license to sell spirit. All
tho hotels have the former, but very few
of them havo the latter, even in the
largest towns Hnd cities. The const,
queui e is that the traveler has no dilll
culty in procuring beer or wino at any
lime, but if he should ask for Cognac,
ho must wait till it is procured for him
from a house or shop which has tho
spirit license. No spirit is sold any.
w here,, not cveu in the liceused houses,
between 5 o'clock on Saturday night,
and 8 o'clock on Monday morning. If
I am asked to say honestly how the sys
tem works, I regret that Icaiinot give a
wholly favorable reply. It leads to a
groat 'deal of dodging and trickery.
Knowing the ditlleulty of procuring
spirits at hotels, the traveler supplied
himself at the larger towns and carries
brandy or whisky with him in his val
ise. Should he unfortunately run short,
ho will have little dilliculty in petting a
bottle of Cognac or Irish whisky from
the landlord ami will find It entered in
hU bill as "old sherry." This is how
nverstrlct laws defeat their object. They
do not prevent drinking, and inlheoaso
of Norway they havo not put down
drunkenness, while they tonmt honest
men to riek their credit fn devices which
can hardly fall to havo a demorallKing
ell'oct, London 7'iinco,
A Kentucklan'a idea of life Insurance i
"I don't make none of them beU,
stranger, that a man must die before he
Lust September several young ladies
and gentlemen from Bodie visited Lundy
on a pleniu excursion. While out fish
ing in tho lake one of the ladles dropped
a small curving overboard ami it. ini me
diately disappeared. Sho mourned her
loss, of course, and never expeetoil to
sco the piece of jewelry again. A few
days since John Murphy, a Mill Creek
miner, caught a three-pound trout in
Lake Lundy while fishing through a
hole in the ice. Wheu the lish was
opened tho lost earring was found im
bedded in one of its gills. When the ear
ring sunk in the water tho trout evi
dently grabbed-it, and in Irving to
swallow it the, pin pierced the gill.
A deigning young woman of New
York thought it sport to toy with the
affections, of a couple of rival Chinese
laundrvnicn. She exhibited to each tho
gifts presented by the other, and so
worked upon their feelings of emulation
that soon the iitinucial profits of both
establishments were pouring In uimhi
her iu the form of costly gifts. lien
bankruptcy Stared tho two Mongolians
in tho face, one of them considerately
buried a hatchet in the brain of tho
other and then himself went to jail. Rid
of tho attentions of both of her Celestial
admirers, the heartless Caucasian co
quette sold the handsome offerings that
had Ik'ch laid at her feet, nud did not
even so mm h as lift up her eyes to
heaven in behalf of the soul of lier do
fuuet adorer nor nay ono little visit U
her incarcerated beau.
A New Invention.
A now safe has been patented which
would seem to bo so effectively burglar
proof that no burtrlar would go within
half a mile of it. Tho new safe is fixed
with springs arrangod around the lock
in such a maimer that when the burglar
touches them, an electric light sudtb'iily
lights up tlm room, wliilo a prepared
plate fixed in the door of the safe in
stantly takes the photograph of the
burglar for future reference. A burglar
down in an Illinois town pliiuned the
robbery of a safe tho other day, when
he accidentally learued that it was ono
of these new fangled photograph safes,
but ht wont right on with his work just
the same, and when tho electric light
was touched off ho just stood out of
range of tho photographic apparatus,
and stood a dummy niado to represent
the book-keeper of the institution, in
front of the safe and after tho photo
graph was nicely taken he knocked over
the electric light arrangement, and went
on with his burgling as though nothing
had happened. But tho book-keeper
had a hard time the next day to prove
an alibi, and he now swears the new
patent safe is a fraud. 1'cck'i Hun.
Thuiisuay Evesiso, Feb. 22, 1883.
A light rain fell last night with prospect
of more to come to-night.
The river came to a stand yesterday, is
now falling slowly and all danger of an
overflow is past.
The market is nearly baro of stocks mak
our report of transactions very light.
Tho temporary suspension ot receipts on
arcmut of tho floods will soon benver and a
lively trade is anticipated.
FLOUR Market stealy with light
stocks, Basies8 will open ail right in a
day or two and full stocks will be wanted.
HAY Stin ks arc small ; light order de
mand for choice; common is not wanted,
CORN There is comuderable inquiry
aud nd supply.
OATS Steady and firm with fair supply
and liuht demand.
MEAL Firm and unchanged.
BRAN Scarce and higher.
BUTTER Stocks of choice are not
large aud the inquiry is fair. Common is
EGGS Iu better aupply and firm with
POULTRY Very scarce and high.
Receipts find ready sale at outside figures.
APPLES &, POTATOES-Continuo firm
(Snleu nml Quotation.
Nl'TH.-'llis prlres nere giTnu are for ! from
first hands In ronnd lots. As advance I.'
r harireit for broken lots in fliHn(eorlT .
gOOvartona grade 3 603.1 M
tun bhlr choirs ft :0
1N1 bhls lancy 5 51
!o0 nblK various grades S A0Q6 vfl
4 rats choirs.... IS 00
tear prune Tlmoiky 10 C
1 car In bnlk ft"
1 car while In hulk tii
W sack (A
1 rar choirs Iu fialk 41
Scars lit hulk 41
9 cars in sacks 41
W 11 BAT.
No. 'J Hert, imr ba t OS
No. 3 Veilltorsiiesti 1 00
4H) hhtsCllr 1b tots J aWM '
U00 bbls City go
100 sck fl5
jno pounds Souther Illinois roll , is
4'0 pounds Northern roll ?o
W jionurtN Northern Dairy aVT 3 f
M pounds Nuiitbnrn Illinois ', Imi-iO
SnO dune n
600 doxun , ' w
I coop large choice a ikI
1 COOp ... , ,,,,, y oo
1 coops mlxsd , s n
B coops mi led ... ton
Hbhts fsnc.f RenDavis 4W
S'l bbls rholcs Wlnstps im
40 bbls fancy Home ifuattly i aj)
Common 4 yvft'i 00
Blai'k packed fruit Wotot "Oless
Choltwrod. m, lit
Choice yellow sftttfSitiH tats 1 list
Northern Peach lllnws per hush AOftoo
Mouthers Ills. Peach Blows per bnsn 7A&S5
Northern P. H, per hnl t 40
Houtnern Ills, per hhl 2 85
Uarly Kos 1 seed per bushel t&Wt
p) dor. rshbits 7S31 (Ki
ftOdoxwild duck 1 '(! !u
CHN BKItHI SS.
Ter bhl IS nan Of'
Per barrel MJjt !
H. C. Hums
. ... 11H
bt. Johns ' n
LOhlo Rler I if
2 '-4 himlinl burlaps
S himhel "
DIM Bl KKUIT.
Peaches, halves and i)tiarter
Choice tnvdluin ,
Cholce, factory ...
Calf, (Irnii 1
Dry Fltnt eblce uy
Dry Suit 1'
'trren (Suit f
Sheep I'ellc, dry to r,
Sheep I', In. trreen .. tt
Damaged Hides. , oP
Medium Leaf.... ,
o 4 wr
.' T.:i u
4 fHHfj 5 IK
4 T'.'.f 1 m
"i -r 1 'i
7 Vi '
KATKS OK KltniCIIT.
fSra-.n liar flout k
)ewt. Vcwt. Vhhl. VK
...12 ia a
,. . IT'.. vr-'U :S 51
.... V7k 4 0 1
... vii 2; 4' til A
... 'iS : ! V '
THE GREAT GERMAN
ltelli'Ves ond curei
IIKAIt.U HK. TOOTHACHE,
Sorsnets, Cuts. Bruiiti,
III H, M ALUM,
And all other (xsllly arho
FlfTf CENTS A BOTTLE.
Hold hy all PniKirW and
DiiileM. UiriM'lions la 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
':MM V '.tliRSCO )
llnltlnior. Mil., I'.N. A.
'T,, il It imtiiiiiiiiimnmi,
11'"" ""-tU 11
v ..ftm ii
PORT (JBAPE WISE
Spkkr's Port Grape Wink !
four years old.
rPHIS t'KLBUUATEr) NATIVK WINE Is made
J-from the Juice of tlio Oporto drape, raised In
this count y. Its Invaluahlo tonic and strcuitih
enlnn properties are unsurpassed hv any oilier
Native Wine. Ib'lui: the pure Julrq nf tho (Irapu,
produced muter Mr. Booer's own personal supervl
num. its purity and uenulht ness. aro auarutiLued.
Tht vounest child m iy partake of Its umerous
qualities, aud the tveafen-t luvalld uso It to ail van
tn It Is particularly buuutlilal to lbs SRcd and
debilitated, and suited to tlio tariotis atlmuuts that
affect the weaker sex. It In In every respect A
WIN K TO BK HEt lKD ON.
Sneer's P. .1, Sherry.
Tho P. ,1. SIIKItKV Is a wine of Superior Char,
aeiepand artnkesof the rich qual ties of the grape
from wh eft II, is msdu For Purity, Itlchness, Kla
vo' and Mtdlclmil Properties, It will be loond nn
Sneer r. J. Brandy.
This RKANDY stands nnrlvatud In this Coiinltv
holiiL'lar sunerlor for medicinal iiiirnoses. It Is a
purudlsrllbillon Iro n the Kratie, and rontalns vat
nahlii meillrlnal properties, It has a delicate flu
vor. nlinilarto tbatof Iho crapes, from which It Is
distilled, aud is In grcal favor ainonu' first-class
IhiiiIIIis. Cce that the sicnatiir of Al.KHKD
HP K Kit, Passaic, N . J li over the cork of each
ld JJy PAUL. SOHUH
AND BY ()KC(?UrHTa KVKRYWHKHK
Notico to Con t vectors.
Citv Clbhk Ornra, I
Caiho.III., Ko rnaryima, ISS1. (
f calflft nronosals w.ll i e re elved at this offka.
directed to the tit Council of the Oily ol Ca r
until meetlnii of thu (Htv Council Tuesday evonlnit.
M rcb Hill, lKK.1, for fur til IiIiir tlto material and
dolnu the work, or doing the work necessary for
tho lonMinrlon of the following sidewalks, to liu
const ruetod of wood, via! n the foinh' rly side
of ichtii streei between uauroaa nireet anu iinio
Levee, lielii 14 feet Hi IdiiKih, as provided by
Ordinsnu' o. 19, approved August 11th, .1)
I'M, which Is on tile In this olllco and subject to
eiamlnallnn st any time
A Km id and snOlelunt bond for twice Hi amount
must accompany ail propositions. The right to
reject ant and all bids reserved by the city
1). J. VOLET, Oily Clerk.
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fJUX rURCIUSEhVb NOTICE.
To Thomas J. McClure or any other person or
You are hereby notified that at a sale ol real es
tate, in the county of Alexander and state of lll
uuls, held by the county collector of said county,
at tho southwesterly door of the court bouse In
the city of Cairo, lu shIii county aud slate, on the
ill ib day of June, A. 1 Isst, the undersigned, pur
chased the f.illoAiug describe! real estate alius
led lu the city ol C'ntro, coiiuty of Alexander and
statu of Illinois, for thu tuxes due and unpaid
thereon for thu years A. 1). Itt;u, 1H77, IKTB, IS 9 and
IHB , together with penalties aud costs; said rea
6-tatu hiring lined lu ilie nituiu or Thomas J. Mc
Clure. to-wll: A part of island No. So, fracitonal
section 14, in township 1(1, south ranges, west of
Ihe 8rd P. M. The time allowed by law for the
redemption of said real estate will expire on the
K-llh day of June, A. 1). 1nS3.
C. A. MAKC'iilLnoN, Purchaser.
Cairo, Ills., Fubyaid. A. D. 18S3.
rjVAX PL'ItCllASEK'S NOTiE.
ToJacoh Mitchell or any oilier person or persons
You are hereby notified that at a sale of real es
tate, in the couuty of Alexander and statu ol Illi
nois, huld hy the county to lector of said coiiuty,
at the southwesterly door of the court house lu Hie
city ol Cain, iu said county and slate, on the 17th
dayof June, A. O. lhl, ttie undersized, ur
chased the fallowing described real estate sltualed
In the coiiuty of Alexander aud state of Illinois,
lor the taxes due mid unpaid thereon lor the year
A.I). 1M , togetlnr wan puna. ties and costst
said real cstalu bi u g t .Xed lu the name of Jacob
Mitchell, lo wit! The west half of the southwest
quarter of section til, lu township 14, south if
range 2, west of the rd P, M. Tue lime allowed by
law lor Ihu redtuiptluii uf said real estate will
expire ou Ihu lV.li duy of June, A. I), last
C. A. M-iKtlllLUON. i uriUaser.
Cairo, Ula., PePy WU, A. U 18S3.
rJAX PUItCUAEICS NOTICE
To it . T. ilcGce or any other person or persons
You are hereby notified that at a tale or real es
tate, lu tho county of A exander ana slate ol Hit.
uola, held hy ilm coui iy cmlee.or of auld county,
at the souttiwe lerlv doorortheioiirt house in tho
city ol Cairo, in said couuty aud slate, ou the 17m
dayttlJuue.A U. lb 1, Uni uudurslum d purcnased
tho following doi-cnbed real , t tutu situs ed in the
roia.ty of AVxanui ruiid slat ol l liuois. for the
taxeduu ainl unpaid th reou f.,r the years A. I'.
Ii5, 1b7(), IB. 7, Id.s, la, U aud lwi i getuor with
penaJities auil costs, sswi r- al esiatebe.ng isieu in
luonameoiM T. Jrt liee, io-wn : Ilio.N.h ol
tiie.Vh;. it nl an lion a in townshipH. souip of
augu 4, west. '1 lie umo allowed by law lor the
redemption of said real ectaie will expire un the
17111 day vl Juue, A. o. f-.j.
C. A. il .Vr.ciilLIiON, Purchaser.
Cairo, Iilf., I e'l.v wn, A. O.
A.V rCKCUAEli'8 NOTICE.
lo J. Pitts or auv .Hher person or persons inter
ested: Yoj are hereby notified that a! a sale, of ri'al es
tato, lu- ihe toiiiiiy f Aieiaud r aud statu of Illi
nois, heia ty mo toenly co.lector ot said county,
ut ttie . ouihwo' lir.i iioor ol the court hooe iu Hie
city of Cairo, iu said luumy auil siate. ou the I4(h
v.ay of June, . U ISSl.Oeorge Pirlier pureliael
tne following dvrcnli.d real es.ate situated iu the
colli ty ol a lexs derui.il sia u el I ilnoi-. lur tbe
taxes due aud unpaid 1 he eon lor tbe vesrA I.
SBO, together w tin pi'iiaHiea uu.l costs;' said real
est le b. ill- tnxed in he mine ol J , 1'lilr, to wi :
.w. ! olS, W. ol section , in township IB,
sonth f rungo 1, wesi of ilio .ird P. M , aud thai
said Pisnero.i lb') l'.'i'i diy of June, Ml. as gned
his certuiisie ol p .uhos' tbeii li.r iu the under
signed 1 he t ine n.lowcd by lu I T I it o n demp.
lion of said r ui esiale will expire ou thu 14ib diy
ol June. A. I) lr&i.
C. A. .M .ItCillLU JN', Afsiijneu of 1 urchsser
Cairo, ills.., Pony .".'(I, a. I). is3.
'j'AX PUHCHAtSEirs NOTICE
To Win. It. tiarlner. ttals, trasteis, or auy other.
tiersun O' persons luttrest'd '
You u el.cri. lij um.te i ti.aiaia saie of rest es
tale, in the county of Alexmucr and sia'eof 1 11
uoia. held b the county coliecur of ad couot.,
at tho aouihsesierly uourol th" court bousx ty the
city of Clio, iu sui 1 r.uiulv and s'a!e, ou the bill
day of Juue, A. U. 14-t., thu uuders:gned put
cha-ed the ft) In a iii discrili J real ertatv situated
In the cny ol Cairo, county oi Alt; -i.der aud state
of lllinoi-, r rllio tax-s due aud unpa d tuereo i
for the year A. U, Iwi, together wuu penalties
and costs: ssld r al eatate leing taxed iu Ihe usliie
ot Wm. 11. (i.riliuT. etsls, trustees, to wit: Lot
No 'it. in block No 4S '1 be tluio al'owed bv law
for the reduinp lou oi sabl rtl e'tnte will expire
en tbe 8 li day f ,1a', A 1). ISSi
C. A. .UAUCIIU.UOS, i'u chaser
Cairo. Ills., leby v:d, A. D. ia3.
AX PL'KCHASEIfS NOTICt.
To Michael . I'.iwcrs or any olh.-r person or
p'rsous interest'.') '
I on are hir. ny notifle l that at a sale of ri al
tatu. In the couuty of Ait.xai.der and sta'e ol llli
noi-, held hy the county to loiter of raid county,
at the sou liw slurly dooi of the court house lu inn
i liv o Cairo, in s.Jd C' llnly and slate, on tin Hill
day of .lo uo. A. 1) 1 si. iu- undersigned pin
cha-ed thu lollowlng descr hej real estate In tho
Plisl addition to lh- city ol t airo, rouiiiy of Alex
au ieraud slap-of II tiiois, for ihe t ail due ami
ULpuld tberuou lor ih')er A. I). JSi,. U.geiher
wlm ensllk'i and cos's; said real (s'ale buln'
taxed lu tne nine of Alklucl E. Powers to wit:
Lot No. M, in li'oci No 47. I'hv time allowed
by law for thu ndempilou of said real es ate
M ill expire ou the 'Jib dnv ol June A. U. lss:l.
0. A. MAKCIIILDON, Pur-lis-er.
Cairo, Ills.,p. by aid, A. O. lss.1.
To Martha Ann VaS'-y or any other person or
persons ir.lvrested :
You are ben by nolifled thut al a sale of real es
tate, In the co'iiit.i or Aiex .ndi r au i statu of Illi
nois, held hv the county collector of said cou tv,
at tbe southwesterly door of tbo court bouse
iu the cllv ol 'Cairo, In said couuty and state, on
thv Kith day of Juue, A. I) T6tl, tljo unders'gned
purchased the follow lug descrihud reslesialusitui
ted In the county ol Ale-ander aud stale of Illi
nois, lor the taxes lino ami tin aid thereon for Ih i
yeur A. I). M toge ber r th pi-nalltl 's and costs;
said real estate being fix d la the lumo of Martha
Ann Maa-cy, to-wit;. Pan north part of claim usl,
survey s-.a, ciiuiulnlng 191 acres. The timer a
low i-d hv I tw for the redemption of said real estate
will expire on ihe .'Ih day of June, A. 0. ISSi. .
l A, M AKCH ILUON, Purchaser.
Cairo, Ills .Feby ST.'d, A. 1). 1SSU.
TAX Pl'ItCUASElCS NOTICE.
To Morris, Hood A Co or any other person cr per
sons Interested ;
You are hereby nnCflcdtha' at a sale ol hal cs.
tate, In tbe ronniy of Al xander and state of Illi
nois, held hy the county collector nf said county,
at the southwesterly door of the conrt house lu thu
city of Cairo, In sa d county aud stnte, on iheMih
dayof Juue, A 0. Usl, the undersl,;uud pur
chased the followlnirdescrtlied real ssiate situated
In the count v of - en ruler and slate of Illinois, lor
tho Hues due and unpaid i hereon for the year A .
li. I8S together with 'axes and Co Is; said real
estaie being trued In Ihe name of Morris, Hood
Co ,io-t The southwest quart fid th.'liorh
west iiiuiierof section 9 , In township. II, south
of ran e I west or tlio 3rd P. M . Ihe lime si
lowed hv law for the reileuiptlou of said real es.
lute will explrn ou Ihe Mih (Uv of June, A D.
IRK! ('. A. MAliCIIII.HuN, Pil'chmer.
Cairo, Ills,, feby aM, Hal.
IS MANDFACTUltKD BY
FISH BEOS. & CO.,
VK MAKE EVKHY VAH1ETY Ol'
Farm, Freight and Spring Wagons,
And hycnnflnlmf ourselves strictly to one class of v.nrki by employing lionfl but tho "3pJ t
of WOIIK HKN, lislnir nolliliig but KUIST-COA IMPUOVrtH MAl'IKN bKY nud Ihe hll
HKSToI KKLKcTlil) TiMUbll, ami by a TIIOUOLOll b NOWLLDUE of bustitflss, we havo
Justly earned tho rcpulutloti ot unking 1 " " '' "
"THE BEST WACOM ON WHEELS."
Maniilncturcrs hava abollshud th warrsnty,' bnt Aireni may, on tltolrowo respouilhllUy, glvo
tho following warrttniy with each wagon, U so agroedi
We llrn-by V.'nrrnnt the FIKII HHOH. WAOON No ..to be woll madii to every partlfl.
ularaud ol good material, and Unit tlm itrongth of tha samn Is sitfllclntit for nil wotk with fair
usage. 8honld anv b-sakagu occur wllhln nneear from thl dnw by reason of dnfofttlvo material
or workmanship, repairs lur tint same will be furnished at plncaof salo, frno of ehirgt, or ilia .
price ot said repairs, as pur agent's prloo list, will bo paid In cash by tho pttrciiusor producing.!
aaniplo of tlis hrokmi or defucllva part an vldnoe,
Knowing w (an suit you, wo solicit pstronsge from every ancUon of tha tJultad BUtoi. Sand
loHTUMaudTeroia, atidfuracopiof tUK BACII4K AORlOinMlRIHTjtj .'-..
rMU HkVOsl, 4k to., UMrlna, Via,
City OfUcf r.
Mayor N. B. Thistlewood.
Treasurer T J. Kerth.
Clerk DcDiii. J, holey.
Oounslor--Wm. It. Oilherl
Msrshal-L. II. Meyers,
attorney WllHam lleudri. s.
boxku or aMiiaaia
rlrsi Ward Wm. Mcllale. T. M . Klmiirougb.
serond Ward-Jesse llnikl,C. N. liughes,
Third Ward-I). K, Blaku. Johu Wood
Fourth Ward-Cbarlus 0. Patler. Adoipb 8wo
boda, flltb Ward-T. W. IlalMdov. Erursl ft. Pstttt.
Circuit Judge II. J. Maker.
Circuit Clerit A. II. Irvln.
jconuty Judge J. II. I.obinson .
County Clem a. J. Jluuiiu.
County Attorney J. M. Uair.ron.
County Treasurer Miles W. Park"r.
Coroner K Kitagerala
County Commissioners T. W ilalliday, J. II.
Mulcabey and Peter saup.
CA1KO BAPTIST. tloruur Tenth and Poplar
streets; preat tilng first aud tmrd Hundaya in
each mouth, II a in. and 7::l . iu. ; prayer meet
;ng Thursday, 7;.ip. m.; tSuudu school, w:3o a. lit
lie. A. J. UESH Pastor.
pHURCH Of THK KKIiKKM Ktt-Kplscopal
.J Kourtsenth street; aundsy 7tou m., J, y
Con-muniou Ileitis, in., M trmng Prayers II a. in..
UunUay si-Luo. 3 p. m Kveiilug I'rayers p.m. .
F. P Daverporl, 8. T. B. Ktcior.
l-'iaST M188IONARV bAPTIBT CHl'KCJl.-
V Preaching at 10:SO a. n... S p. m , slid 7:80 p. ru" 7
tabbath acbool at 7: SO p. ra Hes. T. J. Shores, '
I L'THEWAH Thirteenth strtet, servli.es tal
j bath 1:80 a. m .; Sunday ic!:ool lp m. htv.
MKTIIODlbT-Cor. K. ghtr and Walnut streets.
Preaching; Mabbath llMti. ra. sa4 7:UI p.m.
-uuday bcho.i. al ti'Kip ro. Kev J. A- ficsrrett,
11KEHHYTKK1 AN -Eighth street; I'teaculug o''
Hshbath at 11:00 a. ro and 7:op. ra ; prse'.
neeuug ennesoay at i.tj p. m ; o:iunv cn" ;
it a p. ai. Key rJ. V. Ueorge, pastor.
OT. Jo'kPH S -.KuiiisD Caiholtri Corusr (
iJ and Walnut streets; services ba'ibatb 10.
n.; .Suuday bebool ak'i p. m. ; Vespers p. m. : s i
rces every day at 9 a. tn. Kuv. O llara, I'nest if
ST. PATKICK'H Koman CatLollc) Corner Nl
street and Washington aveune; servlrrs bi.i
oath 8 and 10 a. in.; Vespers 8 p. u..; Sunday School
t p. m. services every day at a a. in. Kev. MuiU-rson
rTTrL TlMK fARl AT CAIKD.
l LLINol! ChSTItAL It. It.
TaAISS fltt'XIlT. TKXXSSKMVa
'.Mall H :0.s.ra
'Accom'dsiion.l! :M a.m
'Express t:W p.m
4:o& a, ru
Etnress 11:10 a. iu
Accomdatli..4:l.'i p iu
ST. L. St N. O. H. 0. I Jackson It
lo:4.i s m
rMall 4:4-. m I tMall....
tKxpresa 1u:.xi a m tLxpree
Ac laudation y rep in
ST. L. C. U K (Nsrrv, Gauge )
'Cxpres S-li a.m j j,,rss yiei p m
'Ariom'daUon. l:otp.m Aceoin'dnriou H:4oa :d
HT. L . I M AH. K K
Kxpmrs lo:.V)p.m tKxpress i' jo u iu
WAHASH, bT. LOCIS PAt.IflC ll'YCO
Vail Ks .... 5..i ,m I sMall it Ex.... te.Ki p to
Vceoin'datioii 4:ti p.ra Aeco-nMaiion in i ni
Freight m.-7:1) a in. Frei..'ht ti 4"i p.m.
Duly oxeopi Sunday, t Usi.y.
mobile on 10 B. If
tl.itl -,:iia. m. I Mii! ... .: 10 p m.
gT. LOUIS & CAIKO U.K.
TKAIXS KUN AS FOLLOWS
ot snii arrau xosor, oo.oaxa it,
Expiessand Mall leaves Cairo. i-vcrv dav ci. epi
"unday. at 8:15 a ru. Arriv.s st Kast St. Louis at
irjop. iu Arrtvisat Cairo at 4: 5 p m
Accomraodail arrives ut It ;40 a in. and de
parts at 1J p. m.
Shortest and Quicke.-st Koule
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tlie Onlv Lino Kuntiintc
0 DAIJiY TJlAINd
. Irom Cairo,
Making Dirkot Connkctidn
rastss Llv Cxmo:
:UO u ta. Mntl,
Arriving In . Louis 11:46 a.m.; Chit so. s :si p m.;
Connect g al Odin aud Etllughaiu for-Onun-ball,
L isville. Indianapolis and point. Kast.
11:1 i H.m. Ht. I.ouiw and Wmteni
Arriving in Ht. Louis 7:0'. p. m., and cutoiertliig
for all poinie West.
3.RO p.m. l'"Mnt P'. xpri-H
KjrrJt. Louis and Chicago, arriving at Hi Louis
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7 :H0 am
li.CtO p in. Cincinnati P'.xproKH.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a m.; Louisville ti:U
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:06 a.m. Passenger hy
this train reach the above points ly to ?4M
tJoVKS In advance ol auy other route.
IfrThe :rV) p. m. express has PULLMAN
SLEEPING OAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, sort lb rough sleepers to St. Lunls and
Fast Time Ernst.
Ptluwntwnivw nT ,nli 11,IU through to Kast.
1 ilSMMItin urn points without any delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. Thu Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives in new Yo'k Monday
nornliig at I):H6. Thirty-six hours in advance o
W other route,
I If for through tickets and further Information,
apply at Illinois Central KaMroad Depot, Cairo.
J. II. JOS Ett. Ticket Agent.
A. II HANSON, Oeu. Pass. Ageul. Chicago
LLINOIS CENTIIAL K. K.
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