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TIIK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNINO, MARCH 2, IH83
, PEARL BAKING POWDEF
pure: cream tartar.
If altun or any injurious Milfttaiuvsciiii be found
in Andrews1 Pearl Baking Powder. Is
tivriy PURE. Being I'liilnrnml, ami Ut-tiniotilals
nvi'lvccl ipiin such clii'inivtc wtH. Duns Hays, Ho,
ton; M. Iii'IhIoihhImc, of Chicago; mid GusUvu
Bode, Milwaukee. Never wild In bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.
IS M till iguu Av. 2S7. 9 & SU K. Water
Kvory Corset is warranted witis
fnct.iry to itB wenrer in fveiy unv,
or tho money will bn refunded by
the porsou from whom It wits bruit lit.
Tin only fVrsrt tiriimimiced by nur lending I'liy-letiin
tint lliuH-in to Mm' ncuhT, inul rlid.-rMil Iv iiulli'H us
th.i ' iiki cumlonunio inul p.ifirt lltlii g I orw t ever
rRI('EN.br Mull, Pc.tinrc Pulili
llrnllb Preserving. 1.60. Self-..IIut1n. St.50
Atiil.iiiiliiiil fijtrulicuv)) f8.no. ur.lnit- SI.50
Ileulth Preserving: 'lln uilH Slf.nn. l'H'itcnn
Kklrt huiorlriif. l.f,n.
For mile b.r lending Itetull Neuters everywhere.
t'llUMllll COUSf-'T CO.. Chicago. III.
HAS BEEN PROVED
Tho SUREST CURE for
Docs a lame back or disordered urine Indi
cate that you aro a victim t THEN DO NOT
1UJS8ITAT& vmo Kldnry-Wort at onee, (drue-
KUta rooommcna It) ana it will speedily ovor-l
ootoo tho dmoauo and restore healthy action.1
I nriif'C For complaints peculiar!
kuUICSi to your box. moh aa pain
and weaknesses, Kidnoy -Wort is unsurpassed,!
aa it will act promptly and safely.
Either 8cx. iuoonunonoe, retention ofunne,
briok duet or ropy deposits, ud dull dragging
pains, ail speedily yiold to its curative power,
43- BOIJJ By ALL TBUOQI8T8. frimll.
"My Irieud. K.c. I.egnril, o! this city, used lo
bi'diuwii 'iDublu frimi im iiful Kiilnvy DIschsu
Kidney Wuri i ukii him. Jus. M Ivlnni y, l)ruu
Rbt, Alluiilinnvciu. l'a , Auk. vi-Vri.
IS A SURE CURE
for all diseases of th Kidneys and
It hsa spoclflo action on this moat Important
erean. snablinc It to throw off torpidity and
Inaction, stimulating tho healthy soorotionof f
the iilf, ana y Keeping uio do we is in me
condition, effecting iu rogular discharge.
IM olril Ifyonarosutroringrrom
IlilCllariUe malaria, have the olOlla,
are bilious, dyspcpUo, oroonstlpatod, Kidney
Wort will surely relieve and qutolcly euro.
In the Spring tooleanae tho BysUwi, every
one should take a thorough oourso of it.
it- SOLO BV DRUOOIST8. Prlcl.
'I've 1'nlih'd Vi lbs. in two montli," wrls Mr.
.I.C. Power, ofTri'iitnn. III., ( ivc ii-Mi), "nnd sin
a wf 1 man. I'd nulli red with 1 1 v rdtKiirdflra flnro
1S82. Kitln. y-W'.ir; triiKii .us."
Stronc ti'ird fiom a Nmv Voik cloryvman: "I
iNiitsiTiT.Nfii.y rcc.in.iifml Kliln y Wutt. It
crcnlly lieiitflieil tne,'' S y l;cy. '. K hemhk, (if
Mubnwk, N . V,
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE CF
No other dlsmrn is so prevalent la this oonn-
trv aa ConstlDaUon. and no remedy hat ever
equalled the oclobrntod Kidney-Wort at a
the case, this remedy will overcome n.
fjll ITC THIH alatrosslng oom
rlkbOi plaint It Tory apt to bn
oomplioated withooustipation. Kldnoy-Wort
itrenpllions tho weakened parts and quickly
euros all kinds of Piles even when puyaiulane
and medluinte have before failed.
tit- IVIfyouhavoel ther or these trouble
PrMCE tl. USE Druggists Sail
"l'r 1.' yfr," wr.tit l.vmiiu T. Abell, nf
CiuorjMi I.. ! futiiid i o ri-llef Irmn id ck util'l I
Uled K ilney Wurt. It iiahi.Hi in
HE GREAT CURE
At It Is for all the painful diseases of the
KJDNEY8, LIVER AND BOWELS.
It Oieansea the svMtnm r.f , ,.. i
- mi. wn.-u.ii ji ruueriTur wmon
onl the victims of Hheumallm em roallse,
TUnilCIUnO Av n.Krn
ef the wont lorma of this t'rnbio disease
have been quickly rolleved, and in short time
PRICE, 1. Uql lDDR llllt, Mll.ll lit UkTKGIBT..
WELLS. RIC'JIA RIMJON Co., WurHtirton Vt
"I had habiliinl custlvruess, pain lu the back
and rlieutnail-tn, ' tvnii.-a H.J. Holt, llnrllnKloii,
Vt., Kliiot) -Woit Unt n nru them ill'."
. A week mtilo it tiunio by b Indus-
p trious. iicstnnsiiiutt now iiefors tho
li lib. lr . I utiltal nut nnetli.it. Wa
fu'lll start vim Mim Hrnin.ii tinwa
and girls wntili'd every whom to work
I'... Ha K.iui la li,. II..... V.... ...
I1M mw, ,. , iiiiiit, ,iii i-nii
work la sprro time, or givu your whole time to the
botlnnae. No other business-will pay you nearly
at well No oreuau full to make euonuous pay,
byenitaift'lniat once. Coally ouifltand tvrins Ireu
Money tnade fast, easily, and honorably, Addr
XUl'K stt'O., Augusta, mnme.
4 I I
LT ,,f .WjyyiARLBAKINQ POWDErTpJ
' ' i i--? ITAMBOUNOTORISe
Ml Mi 41
A piifhctio scpiio wan cn.'U'toil in nn
Arkitnsi Icglsliitiirn wiino time iik, n
Hwmfwliidi HuniH of tint pn'Sfiit repro
sentutives rt'incnitn'r ami P'rct. Col.
IMIilittrlioc-l, a rt'nlli'itiiin who Ni-rvml
witli tlUtinotion during tho war, imvcr
allmvinjr anvrmtt ti tnko a ham out of tin
pomrnwsnry tlcjinrl incut without pay
in;douhli prirc, wils elected to the leg.
islatum, or inoro properly upeaking,
was, after a counting of votes, allowed
to npreent the county. Slmrtlv after
taking his seat, desirous of instituting
political reform, he introduced a hill
for the prevention of fraud in elections.
In urging tho passage of the lull, the
colonel Haiti: "Mr. Speaker, we can
not aJlow any man w ho is not legally
elected to represent a county in this in
telligent hotly. The eyes of the north
are upon us.'and wo cannot ntl'ord to
ignore th? critical gay for to immigra
tion we must liHtk for the country's de
velopment. I am a reformer. I fought
too hard during the war"
"Ahem," exclaimed a meniU'r, clear
ing his throat.
The colonel stopped, and regarding
the memher for a moment demanded;
"What tlo von mean, sir?
"What tfoes who mean?"
"What did I do?"
"You said ahem."
"I was merely cleaving my throat."
"Excuse nic,' apologized the colonel.
"I thought you were casting insinu
ations on mv war record. As I was
saying, Mr. Speaker, we cannot n fiord
to disregard the gaze of the north, and
I therefore urge the passage of the bill."
The bill was read it third time, sub
mitted ami passed, ami then, upon mo
t ion of the colonel, a committee wiw ap
pointed to see whether or not nil the
members were entitled to their seats,
Several days afterwards, the committee
submitted the following report: "We,
the committee upon which was con
ferred the duty tif investigating
frauds in elections, do hereby lteg leave
to sav that all of the members '
"This is exceedingly gratifying. Mr.
Speaker," said the coinnel, "for it does
nie good to know that every member of
this house is entitled to his seat, and
that no more can it be said that the
people of this state sanction fraud."
"Let the secretary linish reading the
report. Head on.
"That all of the members," continued
the secretary, "except Colonel Wither
heel are entitled to seats, but that lie
was elected by fraud and should he un
seated." "Hold on," exclaimed tho colonel.
"There must be some mistake in this
thing. Whv, I am the man who moved
"And the first to feel it," exclaimed
a member of the committee. "I move
that tho report be adopted." The mo
tion met with a storm of sanctioning
applause, and upon submission the re
port was adopted.
"Ahem,'.' a memher as tho col
onel was escorted from the house.
The Romance of a Cow Boy.
"What- is a cow boy's principal busi
ness?" I (piericd. "
"To watch cattle, cuss and get
drunk," was the terse reply; "we have
to herd the cattle from place to place,
wherever the best grazing is afforded,
ami in winter to keep them moving as
protection from freezing. You hiivenu
idea what cold we fellows out hero havs
to slaiid, Once in Montana I started
out with a friend of mine to a dunce in
Hlakey's ranch, a couple of hundred
miles or so away. It was pretty cold
when we startetl, but along about mid
night it began to settle down into a cool
kind tif forty below zero, sorter wav.
We didn't 11 11 it much, but kept rill
ing all ni-rht to keep the blood in circu
lation. The night of the s ml day we
got there, as we thought, all right) but
when we went to the lire ourears began
to crack oft", and our feet to thaw out.
They had been frozen solid."
"You didn't dance, then?"
"You bet we did thawed up and hail
as good a time as any of them. Wo
don't ride two hundred miles to a dance,
out here, for nothing."
"Were you alway s a cow hoy?"
The tpiostion seemed to awaken old
recollections and tender memories
of (he past. The man's bron.ed and
hardened features relaxed, his face worn
a softer expression, his voice was gentler
in its reply.
"No, stranger," he said looking down
as if half in reverie, "I was once as well
turned as you, as smooth in speech, as
soft iu manners twenty years ago in my
old Virginia home as any of you. Why
did 1 leave it? It's a long' story, too
long to tell. I was just married, my
little wife was mv darling, my angel,
my all to me, ami I --fondfol -thought
1 was loved by her. ' One day n devil
isldy handsome man came in between
ns. My Mary forgot mo and I -I killed
the man but, d - n me, what am I go
ing back on that day for? it' all past
now and gone. Come, whnt'll yon
drink? (Jive me a whisky straiglit,"
and he tosod down a tumbler of tho
"What a world this is," 1 thought;
"this strong man, for love of ft f!tNo
woman, kills a follow being, llics his
country and becomes an outcast."
Santa I'e Ucrultl.
. Charles F. Freeman, who sacrificed
bis child in frenzy over spiritualism at
rocassett, Muss., three years ago, and
is now in a lunatic asylum, is regarded
as having recovered liis reason, and is
likely s to he iclea.M'd. "The child's
life wos lost," he says, "through Ignor
ance and supci-titiou. Knowledge ami
science have saved mine and restored
my reason through the rest of my Uf0.o
TuiiiHDAY Evemno, M Alien 1, 1883.
Tuo weather continues warm ind pleas
ant, the kind of weather that is needed in
this section of country -hut according to
the old saying, we may look for somo
rough wmtber to wind up tho month of
The river is declining slowly and steadi
ly, leaving Cairo high and dry, proving
that strong luvoes are tliu only security
agaiust floods. Not a drop of water came
over Cairo's levees during tho "greatest
flotkl ever knowo," that continued for two
woeks without varying live inches from its
Business has not yet fairly opened and it
will take a few days to get everything into
FLOUU The market is bare of fancy
an oilier grades aro in ugnt supply: trices
HAY The demand is small and supply-
trM is., a
wiH-very ntiio movement owing
siunewbat to scarcity of stocks.
OATS The supply is limited and the
MEAL StcaJy and firm.
RUAN Scarco and in good demand.
UUTTER Choice is in steady demand
at full prices.
EGGS The market is better supplied
and prices lower.
rOULTHY Receipts continue very
light and demand good.
POTATOES Steady and unchanged.
AFPLES Light supply and prices firm
ales and Quotations.
woia. ins prices hers liven are for tales ftntn
Srtt hands In round lots. As advance lr
charged for broken lottm flillnt orders
3oH various cradrt ,
2V1 bhls choice
3 N51 W
S hble fancy.......
3 cart choice .... v . .
3 tars prune r?moihr.
l car choice pit tde .
1 car In balk
1 car white in balk,
too tacks -
I cau choice in balk
Scare In balk
1 car In sack!
So. t Ked. per bn ...
No. t Meditertncan.
yo hble City la lots
yx) bb! City
iOO lack! .
VO pounds Southern Illinois
211 pounds on hern roll
N pound 1 Northern Dairy
)0 pounds Southern Illinola
1 coop large choice.,
3 coops mixed..
5bhli fancy nenDavln 4 50
4'i bblt choice Wlnsapt 3 m
50 bills fancy Rome Bcsnty 4 50
Common , a 50,3 no
Blarlt packed fruit .50c to jl .00 list
Clio!cered j 25
Choice yellow 2 jo
Northern Pearh Blows per bnth (Wi90
Southern Ills. Peach Blows per bush 76aw
Northern P. B. per bbl j 40
Noutnern Ills, per bbl g-as
Early Rom teed per bmbel 52U!S
! rtozrtbbilt ; m 7,fti 00
50doEwlld dutkt 1 isai 50
rerbbl is OrH 00
''i""! 1 50,JH us
Tali washed MtHY,
HMfdn 13 "
Plain bm one
S. C. limns , 15
Clear Billon li."....16
Shoulders Mi jijj
subs J j
shoulders ",".'.".'."!!!!!!! 9
St. ilnbiis i- (K
Ohio River '.."!!!!!,'"!!.'!. 1 06
3'4 Imsliel biirlais a
5 bushel ' ...'.".".','..'."!! It
Peachus.halviieaiid iiiarlers aan
Choice navy .
Choice medium 7,
Choice, factory ,
Calf, Oroen ,
Dry Kllnt choice ,. '
Dry Salt U 1
Plum ffreun. .";'.'!'.'.' I
Sheep l o ts, dry M .
Sheep VII. sreen ',",
DmKfld Hides. ',;' ''o'
"ow J.? 1 f"a
uoriwar 7 IKK4 9 ro
RATKS OP KKBIIIIIT.
"rain Hay p0llf ,,0r
u .. ,ow, V bbl. SJK
MvOrlosns I7'.t WU nn
nsi.ns,Arlt w wii 41s ?
Vloksbnrit .,. 1 H74 4' anv
Wty ...,J M) 4VU 7
PORT GRAPE WINE
1 - aOI t W
8 l'OKT fjrRAPK WINE
FOUR YEARS OLD.
THIS CKI.KHUATKI) NATIVE WINK Is male
from the juice of the Oporto Urape, raised In
mis luuntry. ut invaiuatiio lonie and ttreuirtb
ening nmpertirs are nueurpassed by any other
V ...... l'l.. .1.. L . . . . ... .. '
.....-,,.,. ni'ing iae pore juice ni tnn urupo,
i"ii uiim-r Mr. r(HHT s own personal tupervl
sion. its nuritv ami peiiiiitii m n,
u-.wiini sienna ntity partake of UK generous
nniuni. snu ine weaken invalid nse It to tdvan
lac It is narticularlr henenrlsl tn ihs ...it ...
ui-i.iiiiaieo, ann sunea to tne ytrious a menu that
atfect the weaker set. It is iu
UHT Til DD UPI lei. .if
tV DO lDI.lall
Spoor's P. J. Sherry.
The P. J. SnKKKV Isa wine of Snnerlnr f'h.ir
sterand lanakesofthe rlrhqaslitii'sofths grspe
nvin n rn u is mane ror curtly, Kicnness, t ls
vo and Medicinal Pronerlma. it will he lunnrt un
Spoor's P. J. Brandy.
This RKAvnr .t.n.u tiMrivslnit In thl. rimitit.u
bclni: far snueric.r for medicinal tinriiiMea. It Is s
pare distillation from the crape, and contains v.
nahle medicinal properties. It has a dclirato flu-
VOT. Similsrto Ihstnf ihn t?rdtisa rmm whiih It i.
distilled, and it in great favor amone flrst-rla-s
fsmili.s. see that tho sienaluro of ALFRED
I K KR. Paeaic, N . J., Is over the cork of each
old I3y PAUL SC1ITJII
AND BT DRUGGISTS KVERYWfl vR.
ARE OF EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE.
Nott SINGLE INSTANCE O.N RECORD In the
past J5 yearn where one of
Has been hruken open by bnrtflart and robbed.
Hall's Standard Patent Fiie-Pif
rave NEVER FAILED to
PRESERVE their COX-
It is swell-known fact that then- Is NO HAFR
made in the world THAT UT VKS AS OltE AT SE
CURITY AH 1 HE HALL S SAKK.
They always protect their contents
Persons having Valuables should not
be without a Hall's Safe.
JOSKI'It I,. IIAII., Prentdont.
CINCINNATI, NEW YORK, CUICAfiO,
Louisville, ban francihco,
st. louis, cleveland.
PROPRIETOR OF 8PROATB PATENT
Wholesale Ooaler in lue.
ICF. PY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEM
r'':KED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Oor,Tvvolfth Street and Levee,
MIR CITY NATIONAL RANK.
VI OHIO LKVEU.
U A 1 1 T A I s , ,13100,000
A (icueral lUnkinij business
TIIOS. W. IIAbIill)A.
JNTEUI'RISK SAVINU BANK.
Of Cairo, .
KXCLUSIVKLY A SAVINGS RANK.
NriV"'"' 11:0 18 wfiopmu by. ko
.ill imd daro boloro you die, sunn,-
thiiiK inlKbty niirl 11111111110
leave behind toconqiiertlnio."
full a week lu your own town.
r'lvu Dollar ou 1 lit frut. No
rlsw. Kvvr.vtlittiK new Capltul not required. Vo
will f '.mlidi you every tbltiK, Many aro ninklnif
for1 iiti-a. Ladles make tie tnncli ss men sud hoys
sun gi'is 111 tko Kri'Hl pay Keailer, If you want
biulm s at wh'ch yon can make urent pity nil the
tlmu, willti fiiriiiinlcularstoll. It vLLKTr AiC'J.
ineotiiuiireaiwHvsoh ibi look
J'oulfor rhsncus In Increase
i .llieireitiiilnifs, and In llmo
' Jl,.,.,n,.. .. .... . 1 I, . 11, ..m.. "I...
iii.V"iiiw n.i.i.iij , , Hiinw nn.
do not ItiiproYu Ihnlr oppor
tunities remain In poverty.
We offer a ureal cluinrv to niiiUe money. Wo wa at
many men, woman, boys and irlrls to work lor us
rllil In ihelr own lorullties Any one run do thu
work properly from the tlrst start, The business
will pay iiir-ru thm ten times ordinary wnues. Kx-
fmnsiveotilfli furnished frus. Noona whoenaaiies
si s to make money rapidly. You can devae
your whole tlmn to tho work, or only your spare
luotneuts. Full luformalion and all that Is needed
teulfreo. Address SPIN SON at CO. Portland, Ms.
1 1 XIVJU
To W. II. Hnnls or any oilier person or persons
You are hereby notified that at S tale of real es
tate, in Hie county of Alexander and statu or Illi
nois, held by tho county collector of said county,
at the soiilhwesturly door tif tho court house in the
city of Cairo, In said county and statu, on the 7lh
day of Juno, A. D. 1SHI, the undersized, pur
chased the followlntf described real ustats situated
In tho county of Alexander and state of Illinois,
for thu taxes due und uiipuid thereon lor the year
A. I. isso, touethtr villli penalties snd costs;
said real ustalii beluiz tixud In thu uuinu of W. U.
Knnls to-wll: Lot uionbercd IS, In block numbered
28, In the city of Cairo. Tho time allowed by law for
the redemption of said real estate will expiroou
the Tib dny of dune, A. i. 1HH.I,
K. A. BURNETT, Purchaser
Cairo, III., March 1st, A. D losa.
rpAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE
To Oliver Hllswcnh or any other person or per
sons Interested :
You are hereby null tied Hint at a sulo of real es
tate!, In thu county of Alexander and statu of Illi
nois, held by the eonntv collet lor of sulil county.
at the southwo-terlv dour or I lie court house in thu
city of Cairo, in said runiittywitrt slate, on tho l llh
(lay of June, A I). InsI, the undersigned purchased
the following described real estate kI1iih1i.iI in the
county of Alexander and ttsl- of Illinois, for the
laxviniio aim unpaid Ihi-reon fir the yean A. D,
1S74, 1875. iMTti. IS77. 1S7S. IST'.I .ml I Kill 1, i,.,iher
with pinalltlus and costs: said r al estate hem
taked In the immo of Oliver Kllswortb, to-wll:
The S.W., N.W of secilon VI, township 14, south
rehire I, west of the;;rd P. M. The time allowed
by law for the redemption of until real ..aims alii
exptreoulho tlth day of dune, A. O. lss:t.
, r, A. I1C llNKTl, Purchaser.
Cairo, IIIh March 1st, A. O. 1J.
PAX PUHCHASER'H NOTICK.
To Zarhar'uu Kralx or any other person or per
You are hereby uotiflod that at a sale nf real
late, lu the cotiniy i f Aleiaiid-r and slate of Illi
nois, held by tho coenty collector of said countv.
at the touthwurterly door of the court house In Ibe
cliyof Cairo. In said county an. I state, on the 17th
day of June, A . I) ISS1. the undersigned ptinha ed
the iiilkiwimr iluncribed real eslato situated In the
county ol Alexander and stale of Illinois, lor the
taxes due and unpaid thereon fur the years A D.
H77, IS7S, IS79 and IsSO, louelher with tienaltles
aiel cofts; rant res' est tie bilnir taxed In 1 he name
ofZchurinh KruU.towii; N K. and tho 8. K.
Si of section :n. lownsbip 14. south range i, west
if 3rd P. M. I'lie time allowed bylaw for the
redemption tif said ri al ctatn will expire on the
iiuuiy 01. ill lie, A 11
K. A. Ill'liNKTT, I tirtbaser
Culro, Ills... March let, A. D. Imi'J.
tAX I'URt IIASKK S NOTICE.
To Sidney Millor t.r any other person or persout
in leresieu .
Yon arc hereby nottCed thai at s sale of real es
tate, In thu county uf Alexmdor and ttate of I'll
nolt, held by the county collector of said countv.
at the southwesterly door of the court douse iu the
city of Cairo, in tail county and stale, on the Uth
day of June, A. D. ld-il. the undersigned pur
cha'ed the fo;loi;i described real estatu situated
lu thu county of Aluxiudur and state of
lllinnl, f r the taxes duo and unnaiil iiuimnn
for the year A. D. Itn), together with penalties
and corts: said real estate hi-in 2 taxed In the tiame
ofsliiDey Miller, to wn: The N. S, N. K. of sec
tion li towiirhip 15, south ranee 3, west of 3rd P
The time allowed bv law for the n-SS intrlon
of said leal cutste will expire i n the 17 b day (,f
Jsne, A U. lNsd.
E. A. BURNETT, Purchaser.
Cairo, Ills., Match let, A. D. is-:i.
fAX PURCHASERS NOTICK.
To R. n. Manu or any other nerson or oerrons
Yon are hereby notified that at a sale nf real
late, In Ibe couuty of AlexaLder and sta'u of Illi
nois, held by the county coliceti.r of said couuty,
at the southwesterly door of the court house In the
city of Cairo, In said cum ty and state, on the 31th
day or June, A. D ISSI, tie- undersigned pur
chased the following riecrilicd real es
tate situated In the Kirst addition to
the City ol Cairo. county of Alexander
and state of Illinois, lur thu tixes due and
unpaid thereon lor the yetrs A.I) island
ISsO, together with 1 cnaltle and cos's; said real
es'ate being taxed In the name of R. 11. Maun.
to-wlt: The N.K l of section 11. towushlu 15.
south range 3, west ol 3rd P. M. Thc'tline allowed
by law lor tliu redemption of said real estate
will expire ou the -'in day ol June A. U. lHi.
it. a hi lot 11, rurchaser.
Cairo, III., March 1st. A. D. iss.5.
TAX PURCHASER'S NOTICK.
lo C. S. (ireeley atd C. Buriiliam or any other
:u-on or persons itnnrested :
t'ou are hereby n'llilled that at a salo of real os-
tato. In the co'intv of Alex md r and statu uf lill
cols, held bv the comity collector of said county,
st the southwesterly door of the court house
In the ritv ol Cairo, in ssid couuty and state, on
the 33d day of Juue. A. 1) IKsl, tho undersigned
Lurciia.cd tne loiiotvini; detcrtben real estate sittia
tul In the county ol Ale. sutler and state of Illi
nois, for thu taxes due and unpaid thereon lor the
years A. 1). IS7. is.'.i snd li. together with pen-
alltlet snd ceatt; said real estate being taxed In
the tiHir.e ol '. S. Orn-r y and C, llurnbani, to-wlt
he S.K. of section 33. township 11, south rsnge
a, west irii r. m. rue liniu alluwed bv law for the
diminution of aid real ustatu will expire un the
a uay 01 June, A . 11. iss.i.
k. A. nuns kit, Purchaser
Cairo, lilt .March 1st, A. II, 1HS3.
fJAX PURCHASER'S NOTICK.
To Joseph Htraub or any other person or persons
Yon are hereby notified that al a salo ol real es
tatu, In the county of Alexander and state of Illi
nois, held by Hie 'county collector of said county,
at tho southwesterly door of the court Uotiseln thu
It v of t atro, lu said county and statu, on thu IHth
day of June, A I), IsSl, the uuderslgned pnr-
tinni'11 the lollowtnp ncscrihcn real estate situated
in the county of Alcxunderand slate of Illinois, for
the taxes due and unpaid thereon for the year A .
D. 1SSA together with lanes and costs; said real
stale being taxed In the natnt! or Joseph hlrtub.
to wit: The S W., N.K. nf section 3, township
15. south rsnger.', west 3rd P. M. The time al
lowed by law for the ri'demptinu of said real es
tate will expire on tho 1Mb ilav of June, A I).
1SS3. K A. m lt.KTl', rurcnater.
Cairo, Ills., Ma.ch 1st, ls3.
rpAX I'URCRASEJI S NOTICE
To T. J. Prlinm or any other person or persons
You are I oreby notified that at a sale of real es
lute, in the county of Alexander and stito of Illi
nois, held by the county collector of said county.
at the soMhwct r:y door of thu court house In thu
city ol Cairo, in suld counly and state, on the H h
lay ol, J tine, A I), ihel, thnunders gm-d nun h 'to 1
the Isllowlxg descri'ied real estalu Bi11i11t.nl iu thu
First Attrition to thn cltv of Cairo In the
con 11 1 v of Alexander and suite of Illinois, f ir thu
tHXe-due ai.d unpaid t hereon fur the year A . I).
1MU0, toelln-r null penalties mid ro'ts; said real
eslnt'! being taxed lu the name of T. J. Prlinm,
to-wll : Lor numbered eight ( 8) and thirteen (13),
In block numbered eluhty-sovmi ts7V The time
allowed by law for the redomplon of paid real
cstnlu will eipire 011 the Dili day of June, A.I). Iss3.
.liiTIN UATKS, Pun baser.
Cair.i, ll!rf.,IMiytk,A.I . Ihh3,
IS MANUFACTURXD BT
FISH BROS. 1 CO.,
WB MAKE EVERY ARIETY OF
Farm, Freight and Spring Wagons,
And by confining oursnlvot strictly to one clans of wart;; by employing none but tho X3osst
of WOHKIIKN, using nniliing hut FIRST-CLASH IMPROVKD MACHINERY snd tliu V UKY
BEST of SKLKUTKI) TIMULR, and by s TUOROUUil KNOWLKUUU of tho business, wo ham
Justly curned tho reputation ot mnklug
"THE BEST WAGON ON WHEELS."
Mannfncttirori lmvo shollshod tho wsrrantr, but Agonts may, on tholrown rosponslblllty, lya
tho following warranty with each wsgon, If to sgroud s
We Hereby Wurraut tho Fisn UROS. WAOON No to bs woll msdc In every partic
ular snd uf good niiilerliil, sud that tho strongtli of the same It sti melon t for sll work with fair
usage. Should any breakage ocour within one yosr from thle dsto by reason nf dofnctlvo nmtsrlsl
or workmanship, repairs for tho tamo will bo furnlshod at place of salo, froo of charge, or tho
prlco of mild repairs, ss pur agent's prlco list, will bo pstd In cash by tho purcliusor producing s
tamp I u of thu brukuu or dufuctlvo parts sn svldoneo.
Knowing ws sun suit you, wo solicit patronage from every motion of tits Uullud Ststos, Bsnd
(or Price, sud Terms, sud (or s copy of i'UB UAC1NK AORICULTUHIST, to
City Office is.
Mayor N, B, Thistlewood.
Treasurer T. J, Kerth.
Clerk Dennis. J, roley.
Counsolor--Wm. B. ullliorl.
Marehal-L. II. Meyuis,
Attornuy Wtillsm Uendrlckt.
SUAHD OS ALOSHMSS
first Ward-Win. Mc lisle, T. M . Kliubrotit'h.
Second VV'ard-Jusse llmkle, C. N, Hughut.
Third Wsrd-B. F, HlaKe, John Wood.
Fourth Ward CUrlnt O. i'aller, Adoipb 8wc
Fifth Wsrd-T, W. DsllMsv, Ernest fl. Pettlt.
Circuit Judge D. .I.Baker.
Circuit Werk-A. 11. Irvln.
Couuty Judpo 1. II. hoblusou.
County Clerk H.J. Hurutn.
County Attorney J . M. Uaioroii.
County Treasurer Ml let W. Parker
Sheillf .lohb Hodges.
Coroner K. Kllngerald
County Coruuilf .loners T. VV. Hallidiiy, J. II,
Mulcaheysud I'eter saup.
ClAIKO BAPTIST. Coruur Tenth snd Poplar
streets; prearhiliK first and tlilrd Sundays lu
oach mouth, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; prayer meut
ug Thursday, 7 :3" p. m i Sunday school, V:30 s.m
Rev. A. J. IIKHS I'astor.
plfUKCH OF THE KKDKEMKK (Epliciifial
J Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:10 a m., Ho y
Communion 0::i). m., M ruing Prayers II s. 111.,
Sunday school 3 p. ru., K veiling Praters 7:4u p.m.
F. P Davenport, 8. T. H. Hoctot.
IIRHT MISSION ARV HAITI ST CHURCI1.
V Preaching tl 10:30 s. n.., 3 p. in., and 7:110 p. in.
.Sabbath School st 7:80 p. m Rev. T. J. Shores,
Rer. I j bath 1:30 s. m
Sunday school p. m.
METHODIST -Cor. KVbth tad Walnut stroett,
Preaching Sabbath U:U0a. m. and7:30 p.m.
nnday School st IMWp. ra . Key. J. A. Scarrclt,
I JIIKSBYTKHIAN -Klghth street; preamlns; 00
I Sahbath at 11 HO s. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
-neetlng Wednesday at 7:3'p. m.; Sunday Scheol
it 3 p, m. Rev B. Y. Ueure, paator.
ST. JOSEPH S--iRoinan Catholic) Comer Crost
and Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10:30a.
o.; Sunday School at i p.
ncet every day at 8 a m.
m. ; Vesonri 3 p.m.; er
Key. O'iiara, J'rU-st.
ST. PATRICK'H-f Roman Catholic) Comer Nil th
street and Washington avenue; services Sab
oslh I snd 10 a. m.; Vespers 3 p. ru.; Handty School
i . m. tervlces every day at a. m. Key. MmUtsoii
K. l. 11 MK CARD AT CAllTiJ
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
rauss nxratiT. thsks akhivs.
' Vail 3:UJa lu I tVali ,4:oJ a.m
tAccoiirdalion.il Mil s.m Kxorust 11:10 a.m
(Express 3:50 p.m I AccomdatloB..t:15 p m
C, ST. L. AN. O. R. It. (Jackson Route).
fMall 4s m I t.Mall . .. 4:3op.m
HC 1 press- l(l:;v) a m tKxpresa IU::) a m
ST. L. A '. H. R. (Narrow Oouge )
Express H:15a.m Eipmas 4:31 p.m
Accotn'dolliia. 1 :on p.m 1 Accom'datlon II 40 a m
- ST. L.. I. M 8. K. R
rBxprest l"::jnp.m tExpress 8:30 p m
WABASH, ST. LOUIS PACIFIC R'Y CO.
Mail A Kx .... A.iU .m Mall A Ex.... l :yi p.m
trronrdallon 1:0' p.m I Accom'datlon Ki:30 a.m
Freight ..-.....7:l' a in. Freight 6:45 p.m.
Daily except Sunday, t Daily.
,...&M s. tn. I Moil....
.9:10 p. m.
gl'. LOUIS & CAIRO K. R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
osssoArrxH MosDar, ooroass 21.
Exprest snd Mall leaves Cairo, every day except
Sunday, at 8:15 s. m. Arrlv.a at Cast St. Loult at
SrJOp. m Arrives at Cairo at 4:V5p m
Accommodation arrive! at 11:40 a. m. and da
parts at I :"0 p. m.
LLINOIS CENTRAL 11. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Line Ituanint;
Making Direct Connection
I'iuins Lssts Cairo:
:or ii in. Mnil,
Arriving In .. Louis 1:45 a.m. ; Chlcago,S:30p.m.;
Connect g at Odin and Kltrngham for Cincin
nati, I. lsvlllu, Indianapolis and points East.
11:1 1 iv.m. Hi. IjohIh mid Western
rrlvlng in St. Louis 7:05 p. m., and connecting
for all points West.
.':f0 p.m. l'tit KxpronM.
I'.irSt. Louis snd Chicago, arriving st St, Louis
tll:40 p.m., and Chicago 7:20 am
: fj() p. ut. (;iii'iiinn ti KxpreHM.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisville r!:55
a m.; Indianapolis 4 lift a.m. Passengers by
this train resell the shovu points IU to 3u
lioURS lu sdvancc ol any older rotllo.
lrTIe3:50 p. m. express has PULLMAN
sl.KEPINOCAH Cairo to Cincinnati, without
'hsnges, and through sluupurs to St. tools snd
FtiHt Time Kusl.
hJ thl" 11,10 Ro through to East.
1 ilnM Jltln rn points without any delay
caused by Sunday Intervening, Tho Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
nornlug at 10:35. Thlrty-slz hours in advance ol
n-' other route,
MT'For through tlckcls and further information,
tpply ut Illinois Central Kailroad Depot, Cairo.
J. II. JONES, Ticket Agent.
A, II . HANSON, Onn. Pass, Agent. Chicago