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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNINtr, MARCIT 3, 1883.
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If alum or any itiJurlotissubiiUiiiooscim be found
in Andrews' Pearl Baking Powder. I ls
tlvely PURE. Doing endorsed, and tMlmonial
roct-lvcHlTroin such chemists as 8. Dana Hays, Htm.
ton; M. Ivlnfoiitulne, of Chicago; and UuhUivu
Bode, Milwaukee. Never sold in bulk,
n p. ANnREws a. co.
287. Itotf di 201 E. Water
V '..!. rri.anf la vni-riittted Hlltl's-
fuctorytoits wearer in vvnrf way,
or tlie mom y will bn rnliinded by
the jierBon from whom It wan bounbt.
TheentvOorw-tpronftunnnd by our leather pliy-li-lnns
not Iniurlmis to till wrnnT. unci cnitonwl liy ladles a
the inut comfortable and perfect tilting Comet ever
,"al FRIfT.S,by Mult. PU PMi
Health Pn-aervlna. !& H. ir.AdJutln. IM
Abdominal (extra heavy) 8.00. Nr.ln, 1.60
Hculth PrMTFTlnB (line routlli .0l. 1'arua-oa
ftklrt-Huprurtlnc. I f.
For sale bjr Irmllnc Ketall Healers everywhere.
ClltC.VGO COllSliT CO.. thloiwo, HI.
Ozone and luthusiasm.
Tlif hirln'it piece of buncombe cvei
pcriii'trulcil tition a lnn-.siifl'i'rinp; com
munity i" tlie oft-rcjiratcil talc that
"you don't fed tlie cold in Manitoba."
Of t'ouisc you don't. When you sec
men slinlllinir nlmitr Mum s.lvi,. k f.wt
sis they run shuffle; their fur caps jmllcd
down over their eyes nnd ears: their
faces covered with inuillers; their bodies
wrapped up in heavy furs; warm moc
casins on their feet, fur gloves on their
bunds, and for nil that, a liue hump on
they j;o nhoiit like that because they fee
the cold. Not a bit of it. It's the won
derful cut Imsiasm produced by the ozone
in tlie nir of Manitoba which makes tlie
people just a trillu eccentric. When,
you see a man leaning up against a
fence, or the side of a house to thawntit,
be isn't cold. It's nothing but that con
founded ozone in the air siirrinn; up hi...
enthusiasm njrain. No one ever feeU
cold here, tlie atmosphere is so dry' so
bracing, so exhilarating, so utterly" too
too in its vhror that, people merely lijrlit
fires and burn coals oiifof pure com
passion for the coal dealers, who have
got to live just like others.
When the mercury goes 40 degrees
below zero, it isn't cold. It's onlv just
beginning to feel warm then, and all
this talk about frozen cars and noses,
blistered fingers and hands, is only in
dulged in by spiteful people, jealous ol
the ozone in our atmosphere. You
don't feel the cold in Manitoba. Nevci
lose sight of that one solid faoL It is
truer than the gospels of Keclesiastieus,
and when some poof fellow gcU frozen
to death on the prairie rest assured that
he never felt it, but just lay down cut oj
pure spite and died. When you arc
told over fifty times a day on the street,
by passing friends Hiid acquaintances,
that "it's a Minger," you must remem
ber that they are referring to sonic by
gone event, which happened be fori
you were horn, and mean no referent'
whatever to thu wonderful ozono of
Last riiyht was the warmest 'ex peri
cneed in Winnipeg for a century. 'flit
fact that the mercury froze in many
thermometers was notfiingbuttlic menu,
wretched spite which HIVi'i!tM even ther
mometers. They knew it was a warm
pleasant night, but the ozone nll'ecteii
even their enthusiasm, and they had U.
do uoniethlng eccentric. We haven't
bad a cold day this Winter yet. Noth
ing but ozone ami enthusiasm. Winni
The Swiss Oood-Hight.
Among the lofty mountains and ele
vated valleys of Switzerland, tho Alpine
horn has another use besides that of
Hounding the far-famed "Han, des
Vaehcs, ' or cow song; ami this is of a
very solemn and iiiinivs.sivu nature.
When the sun has set in the valley, and
Die snowy summits of the mountains
gleam with golden light, the herdsman
who dwells on the highest inhabited
.ot takes nis Horn, ami pronounces
dearly ami lonuiy through it, as
through a speaking trumpet, "l'ralso
the rd (Jod!" As soon as the sound
is heard hv the nc irhhorin herdsmen.
they issue' from their liuU, take their
Alpine horns, nnd repent ' tho saino
words. Thin frequently ltwU a quarter
of an hour, nnd the call resounds from
nil the mountains nnd rockr cliffs
around. Tho herdsmen kneel and pray
III- . . . . I . tt fa.
wiui iincovereii ticaos. itieanume it
has iMtcomo quite dark. "Good-nlghtr
at last calls the highest herdsman
throuch his horn. "Cixul-nlirht !"
again resounds from nil the mountains,
the horns of the herdsmen, and th
rocky clifl's. f I
I PAYINC TO HOLD DOwlfVXf
A Case of Mistakou Identity.
Tom Paschal is, or rather was, a San
Antonio hoy. nboiit twenty-five or thirty
years ago. lie Is now district judge of
one of the judicial districts of Western
Texas. Ho is the son of tho late Judgo
T. A. Paschal, nnd nephew of Hon. u
V: Paschal, the only man who was nblo
to digest tho laws of Texas so it will
ho seen that Judge Tom Paschal comes
bv his iudicial mind honestly. In per
sonal appearance, he bears considerable
resemblance to ('apt, Hen Thompson, of
Austin, whoso name may bo familiar to
dome of our readers in connection wun
the violent death of a prominent San
Antonian named Jack Harris.
. Not long since, Judgo Paschal was
traveling, per stage, with his family
over his district, lie had paid tor
mllieient number of seats to accommo
date his family, but tho energetic stago
agent hail crowded in a few more, and
the result was that Judge Paschal had to
make a kindergarten of himself for about
forty miles. A father may cling to his
children throuch thick and thin, but
when his children cling to him for forty
miles, ho wishes ho hadnevorbeen born.
' When the stage reached it destina
tion, Judge Paschal hunted up the agent
at that end of the line, and made a few
judicious remarks about tho manage
ment of that particular sfago lino.
As a general thing, stago agents are
not remarkable for having their tempers
under control, but tins one was an ex
ception. Ho received tho rehuko of
Judge Paschal wit h a degree of humility
that was positively phenomenal. Ho
" Captain, I hope you will overlook it
ims lime, and nexi nine you come over
the line you shall haven stago all to
yourself, and it shan't cost you ncent."
After the interview was over, tho
stago agent said to a friend:
" If any other fellow but Captain Hen
Thompson had talked to mo that way, I
would have made it hot for him."
"Why, you confounded fool; that was
not Hen Thompson, that was Judge Pas
chal." "What!" gasped tho stage agent.
" I say that was Judge Paschal. Ho
can't hit a barn door with a pistol if ho
were to shoot at it for a week."
" You say that galoot was only a mis
erable judge? "
" That's all."
" And hero I have taken sass from a
judge! I am a disgraced man if I don't
The stage agent rut on his pistol, and
went over to the hotel to demand an
apology, but Judge Paschal had just left
on the train. If the agent had found
him then; would no doubt have been a
- No doubt the stage agent would have
at least rolled Judge Paschal in the
mud, when the interview took place, if
it hail not been that he was fully per
suaded he was talking to Hen Thomp
son, whose skill as a marksman is cele
brated all over the country. Texas Sift
ing. The Hoosao Tunnel and Its Care.
The annual report of Manager Locke
gives the following particulars of the
care taken of the lloosac tunnel: A
gang of miners take care of the roof and
sides of tho tunnel, and two gangs work
on the track in the tunnel and one mile
from the portals on either side. Under
this arrangement no stones have fallen
on tho raek the past year, nor in the
live -preceding. The amount of loose
rock found is rrqdimllv ilimirwKin
oiiL i nis system of inspection will have
to be continued many years to insure
safety. On account of smoke in the
tunnel it is diflieult to arrange any sig
nal except that which will mako a noise,
and for this reason none but torpedoes
nave heen considered practicable. No
train is now allowed to enter until the
one preceding it on the same track has
passed out, and no train is allowed in on
either track while there is a passenger
train in tlie tunnel. As business in
creases it will lie necessary to use sig
nals. A telegraph operator will have
to be stationed at the center, dividing
the tunnel into blocks. In order to carry
out tho above successfully, tho atmos
phere must be reasonably clear, and tho
whole tunnel must be lighted. ithin
a very few years the natural increase
of business will require that trains
should lie drawn through the tunnel by
smoke-consuming or coke-burning en
gines. Then the electric light, which is
of little or no benefit in smoke, should,
when tho tunnel is kept clear of smoke,
bo used to illuminate every foot of tho
track, so that signals maybe used to
about the Name extent na in the open air.
During the year 63,578 east-bound and
6-l,o:)0 west-bound freight cars were
hauled through tho Hoosac tunnel.mak
ingatotalof 127,608. Of these 61,995
of tho east-bound and 30,053 of tho west
bound cars were loaded. A total of 12,-
900 trains has passed through tho tun
nel during tho year, of which 4,000
were passenger and 6,107 freight, mak
ing an average of 41 trains a day. A
total of 117, lfi() east-bound and of 110,
054 west-bound passengers were enrried
over tho road during the year, and
l.uij.b&otonsol freight were moved.
A Learned Gentleman.
An Arkansaw man nrralirnod beforo
a justice of the peace, became indignant,
and in reply to a statement made by
mo magistrate, exclaimed: you nre
a liar, sir, you aro a liar." "I'll fine
yon fifty dollnrs,Vimld tho justice, "and
if you don't pay the amount immediate
ly, I'll send yon to jail." .
"Judgo, I do not possess fifty dol
lars." "Then take him to jail, Mr. Consta
ble." " Hold on Judge," said tho man,
thoughtfully, "why urn I to go to jail?"
"For calling me a Uar."
" I meant that you was not a liar. I
said twice that you were a liar, and if
two negatives make an allirmative, two
allirniativcs ought, to miiko one nega
tive. So, you see, what I Hald was real-
ly a compliment, ; ,
"Thais a fact' replied tho Judce
I used to be good In arithmetic but
nave forgotten a good deal. , liivo mo
your hand, sir. . Mr. Clerk, line tho
state ten dollar nnd give the money to
mm learned gentleman." Artcatmnw
A family of eight persons In Clove
land ( ounty. Aln drink nine gallons
of eolleo a day-three at each meal,
lhey paid last year as much for tobacco
as bacon; so a dealer who suimlleilthsm
says. The males took tobucco and tie
fins dipped gnulr.
A AiiiiuiiNii am, Mass., Jan. 14, 1880.
I have been very ick over two years
They all gave mo up na pant euro. I tried
tho most nkilll'ul physicians, but they did
not reach the worst part. Tho lungs and
heart would fill up every night and distrots
me, and my throat was very bad. I told
my children I never should die in peace
until I had tried Hup Hitters. I have taken
two bottles, They have helped mo very
much indeed. I am now well. Thoro was
a lot of sick folks hero who havo heen how
they helped me, and they used them and
are cuiml, and feel as thankful as I do that
there is so valuable, a medicino made.
Mrs. Juua G. Ccsiiino,
Foil Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spirits and General Debility, in their
various forms; also as u preventive against
Fever and Ague, and other Intermittent
Fevers.tho "Forro-Phosporated Elixir of
Calisaya," made by Caswell, Hazard & Cc,
New York, and sold by all Druggists, is tho
best tonic; and for patients recovering from
Fever or other sickness, it has no equal. (1)
Time and Expense Saved.
Hard workers aro subject to blioiua at
tacks which mav end in dancerous illness.
Parker's Ginger Tonic keeps the kidneys
and liver active, and ny preventing tne at
tack save sickness, time and expense. De
'Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham's VMjctable
Compound is a most valuablo nufl!Finofir
ladies of all ages who may bo afflicted with
any form of disease peculiar to the sex.
Her Kemcdies nrcnot only put up in liquid
forms hut in Pills and Lozenges in which
forms they are securely sent through the
U-ITTho Scarlet, Cardinal Ked,0!d Gold,
Nivy Hlue, Seal Brown, Diamond Dyt s
gives perfect results. Any fashionable
color, 10 cents.
Advice to Mothers.
Arn von disturbed at niirht and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering anil
crying with pain of cutting teeth! If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth-,
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor littlo sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, motners, tiuro is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhea, regulates tlie stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and irives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Winn-
Iowa Soothing Syrup tor Children leeiuing
is nleiiKunr to tho i list e. and is the nrcscrii)-
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a Imttle.
Mas. Petre Sundley, 153 Green street
Chicago, 111., says: 'T used Brown's Iron
Hitters as a tonic and tor my blood and
found it to be just what it is represented to
Sleepless nights made miserable by tl at
terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the reme
dy for you. Paul G. Schuh, agent. (,3)
Xew Jersey Port V iue The Best.
Dr. E. H. Janeti a noted physician of the
New York Hoard of Health savs:
I take grtat pleasure ia testifying my ap
probation of the superior qualities ot ti e
Port Wino produced by Mr. A.Speer, ot
Pssaic, New Jersey. I have tten to this
vineyard and cellar.
JLfim pralvucl tiial I CftO confident!)'
recommend the wine as a superior article
for the sick and debilitated, and all tho-e
who require vinous stimulation and invig-
I shall continue to employ it in my prac
tice in allcases where a pure articleof wine
is called for the sick: nnd fchall do all in
my power to foster and encourage its pro
duction. Fur sale by Paul G. Schuh.
You can keep your hair abundant and
glossy, and retain its youthful color, with
Parker's Iluir Balsam.
To The West.
There are a number of roiftes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Mies'iuri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily arc run from the Grand Union
Depot. Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars ofthe very
fir est make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia connect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is'rnade with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Ovcrlnnd train for California.
This line offers to parties enrouto to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through tho finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. Ki.nnan, p. Chandler,
Ass't Geu'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l PasB Agent.
"Menosana in corpore sano:""A sound
mind in a sound body" is the trade mark of
Allen's Hrain Food, and we assure our read
ers that, if dissatisfied with either weakness
of Brain or Bodily powers, this remedy
win permanently strengthen both, fl. At
Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh remedy. Price,
50 cents. Nasal Injector free. Sold by
Paul U. Schuh. (4, '
Du. Kumc's Okkat Nkhvk Ukbtohkh is
tho marvel of thu age for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Send to Mi Arch
street, Philadelnia. Pa.
AUK OF EVKKY DAY OCCURRENCE
Not KISUI.B IN STANCH UN I(KC01U in the
pnm cj yuan wucru una ui
II ah hcua lirokon opon by burglar and robliuil.
Hall's Standard Patent " Fire Proof
Have NEVKIt FAILED to
rKESKIlVE their CON
It la a well-known fact that then- ia NO SAFK
mailt' in tlie world TH AT GIVES A8 OKKAT BE
ITKU'Y A.SUIK HALL'S SAKE.
They aluqvi protect tnotr contents .
Persons having Valuables tdioiild not
he without a Hall's Safe.
Hall's Safe & Lock Co.
JOSKPII U'HALL, I'resiUent.
CINCINNATI, NEW YUKK, CHICAGO,
LOUSVJL.LK, SAN FlUNCISCO,
ST. I.OCIS, CLEVELAND.
J an 30-if.
Thil elegant drcuing
U preferred by thott
who have used it, to any
suiuur article, on c
ount of Icj lupcrior
It contain materials
only that are beneficial
to tho icalp and bail
Restores tht Youthful Color to Grey tr faded Hair
rrker' Hair Bakam is finely perfumed and I
m-an-anted to prevent falling of the hair and to re
move dandrulTanditchiug. Hiscox & Co , N.Y.
10c. aod $1 tlw, tt 4tot Id dnul iM owdklacfc
A Soperlativi Health and Strength Restorer.
If you are a mechanic or fanner, worn out with
overwork, or a mnther run down by family or house
bold dutie try I'ARKm's GisoK Tonic. -
If you are a lawyer, minuter or butinesl man tr
tainted by menu I strain oranximucarex, do not take
lctoxicaungiujiiulantt.butuie I'arkcr'j Ginger Tonic
If you have Consumption, Pnpeyia, klieunu
Ism, Kidney Complainii, or any disorder ofthe tunes,
. atomach. bowels, blood or nenrci.PAaKca't Cingri
Tonic will cure you. It ithe Greatest Dlnod Purifier
And the Cett and Surest Cough Cure Ever Used.
If ymi are wasting away from age, dissipation or
any disease or weakness and require a stimulant take
Cincbi Tokic atonce; it will invigorate and build
von up from the first dose but will never intoxicate.
It has saved huadrcds of kve; it may saw yours,
t CACTtOf'-IUfiviall rdmhnm. firkn'.COtwToBkh
turpi .1 of Um Ul nraMMl arnm Uuwwl4,ul MaUnly
(r-.tB r"rvn.-..; r.r-7vif. ftfnf-jrrJrralvle
nc a c., V i . frx. m 1 um, l Mmi la draxu
CREAT fATINO EtTIXQ DOLUS StJK.
Itirv.h and UsUnK fragrance has made tins
tWi.htf'il srume exceedingly popular. There
(nothlm lik it. Insist upon having FlciKK.
to Coux.ni and lock for signature of
m .ttt Wilt Anjr dragrM or iala la Mrfoaxr
CUKfIrT'. tT,4 IS'rr.t iims.
I.ARiiK SAVI.SQ BUYINO Tie. SIZE.
S-Akmat nntnehy'.h tndiia
' b ItriuU'. Jletowiini.'a now liefnr the
t iibiic. Capital not nc-cdod. We
I Jwlll Mart you. Men. women, boys
aud clrl want-d i-vcrywbar to work
liir im, Now i the Urn". You ran
work In prr time, nr (fire oor whole time to the
bnainwa, No other httptnes will pay you nearly
aa well No oi,e can full to make enormon pay,
hr enirazvinv at one. Coatly omfitanrt term free
Mom-y tnadH fant, tailly. and honorably. Addrn
TKIE & CO., Augui-ta. maun;,
IVJKCTION.u a pontile nurefbraill Dlncbarifo.
StlnirlnK. Bninrtln(f and Painful Btiu nations of the
ffil OOrsrboMle- I'wanleby alldnnr--JiJi.itflatB.oriton'
by Kxpren on ro
n lptuf prlr, JOHN D. PARK. Oc BON8.
17nand 177 Sycnmore Ht. CINCINNATI
OHIO FleitM mimtloo this uupsr.
, DR. KLINE'S GREAT
'fur all illlAIN akdNikv
IDikSifiM. Ont.v ki ti hi roH N'tKviArriu-
tniKK.KiTii.Ki-ii.rrsr.i-u- I.N'FAI.I.IUI.K If taken
Its dlrrtt.ii. XtiFiUufl-T ttrrtduy'iiWH. TraatlM A
i trial hoiilii frns to t it Cswu.lUr psylnKPxprwM
ciiarif..! un Nix.wnen rvonivini. Mna nKnii.H,r.j.anq
i.ltm'M K.hlrn.iof sffllctDil to flu KI.INK.tUI Area
HuPim-!-.!" tin Itrwaul. Hnam uf frawU-
1 1 V.1 i I mii'l dare bulure yuudiu, ooim.-
tliliiK mighty nnd nn hi I nio
IcHve behind tor.onquurtlmti."
nil wi'ck in your own town .
Five Dollar ciuint Tro. No
rlak. Bv. rylhliiR nuw. (,'apllul not required. We
will fiirnlnh you evory thliiif. Many re mnklng
fiiriiiiii'H. l.aillua lonke n tuiitih nifii, and boy
and iilrla ni'ikn t;rcnt pay Huadur, If you want
hiilnuaa Ht which you ran mttkn crcat tmv all the
tlnm. wrltn Hir piirtlctilur to U. H ALLBTT A CO,
(BEFORE 'AN D AFf ER
Electric Appliances are sent on 30 Days' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YQUNQ OR OLD,
WHO am MUTnrlnu from Kniyotm Dami.irr,
I. out Vitality, Lack r N k it v it Foil' K son
Villi R, WANTIM'lWKAKNKtHKM, nnl nil tliovr. lllHraMN
n( it rxawiNAi. Maturs MMulilnir rroui AiutsKK and
litiiaii I'aiikkk. N I I y i Hi t and cnnipli'te riwtn-
rutliinof llAi.Tn,Viiniantt ManihwiuUiiauamtkko.
Thi BtrnndKHt illwovory of tlie Ninnlm'tith Century.
Ikuid at vine fur lllUKtmUxl rainphlul free. Adilross
VOlTAie HIT CO., MAIIHALL, MICH.
II U II nn
1 M 11 W
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OR. V OTi f
To W.H. KniiU or uy other periiin or person
You ui o hurohy hotllliul that al a aalo of real c
tatu, in the cutinty of Aluinudiir and statu of till
diiIh, held by t lit county collector of said county,
at tlui aniithwuHturly door ol the court homo In the
city or Cairo, m mid county and alate, on th7tn
day of J line. A. 1. 1HHI. thu unrioralirnud. aur.
chiiai-d the followliiK lU-acrlhed rual nutate slluatud
In the noiinty of Alottandur and tiite of Illluoia,
for thu laxve due nml unpaid I h union lor the year
a. if. i, inuiiiiii-r wiui pitnuitiiia aim coti
taltlmal uatatu nelns tHxcd In tho riamo of W. U.
Kunla to-wit : Lot niiiiibiirod l. In block numhurud
lu the city of Cairo. The time allowed by law for
ti'e r')i!i-iiijuou oi aaiu real eaiaia Will Oipiro Ol)
iiiu nuutty ui UlllIU, a. 1 1. IKM,
, hi. A. BUKNK1T, I'urchater.
Cairo, Ills., March lrit, A. U 181.
AX I'UnciIAKKU'S NOTICE
To Oliver Kllaworlh or any other periion or nor
sons Interested :
You am numby notlflud that at a tale of real oi
tale, In Ihe county of Altintndur and state of Illi
nois, held by the county collector of sutd county,
at iuu soutoweieriv ooor or tber.onrt bond In tne
city or Cairo, In said county and state, on the 14th
day ol Juue, A. 1). Ihxi, thu iinderl(nd purchased
the ftilliiwIiiB di:Hcrllied real i tiilo situated In the
county of Alexanilurand slat- of Illinois. for the
taxesdue and uupnld thereon for tho year A. D.
lM',4, isrs, lMTrt, 1H77, 17, 1H71I and lhnO toguthor
with pinalltle and co.te: rhIiI r. al eatatehelug
ieu iu iue iiiiiiiB ot uiiver Kllsworth, lo-wlt:
The 8.W., N.W of auctlou at, township 14, south
range 1, vtvul of the.lrd P. M. The time allowed
by law fur the redemption of suld real estate will
expire on tne iuu nay or .nine, A. t). 18X1.
, K A. ilCIlNBTT.Furchaser,
Cairo, Ills., March 1st, A. O. lituj.
fJlAX PUHCHASEIfS NOTICE.
l o Zacbartah Krat or any other person or per
sons iuterurted :
Yon are hereby notified that at a sale of real e
tate, luthe county of Alutanili raud state of Illi
nois, held by the county collector of said county,
at the routhwerterly door of the court house in the
cttyof Cairo, In stl'l county and state, on the 17th
day of June. A . li. 1SSI, the undersigned purcha d
the following described real estate situated lo the
coticlyol Alexander and stale of Illluoia. for the
taxes due ami unpaid t hereon for the years A. I).
IHT7, 1S7K, IH79 and ISHil, tocether with penallle
an't cols; said real esttte being taxed in ibename
of ZscharlaU Knit z. to w 1 1 : N.K. andtheS.K.
of section HI, township 14. south range 2, west
ol'iirdP, M. file time allowed bylaw fur the
redemption of said real estate will expire on the
171b diy of June, A. I). Iwl.
B. A. HL'KNETT, Purchaser.
Cairo, Ills.., March 1st, A. 1). 1h3.
AX I'L'RCHASEU'8 NOTICE.
To Sidney Miller vt auy other person or person
You am hereby notiCed thai at a saie of real es
tate, In tho county of Alexitiider and state of I'll
nols. held by the county collector of satd county,
at the southwesterly door of the court house In the
city of Calm, iu said county and Rtale, on the 17th
dy of .rune, A. 1). lVil, the undersluned our-
chased the folio A-my described real estate situated
In the county or Alexindur aud slate of
lllinoi-, f r the taxes due aud unpaid thereon
for the year A. i). 1m, together with uenalties
and rusts ; said r al estate being taxed in the name
of.Mdticy Miller, to wit: The N. , N.B. of sec
tion it townsuip is, sonin ran. e a. west orsrd r
M. The time allowed by law fur tho redcnitiilon
of said teal estate will expire en the 17ib day of
Jane, A 1. lrtti.
K. A. IU. ItNETT, Purchaser.
Cairo, Ills., Match 1st, A. U. 18-.1.
A X PU KC 1 1 A S E If S S OT 1 1 1: .
To It. II. Manu or auy other person oi persons
You are hereby notified that at a sale of real es
tate, In the county of AleiaLiier and sta'e of Illi
nois, held by the county collector of said county,
at the southwesterly door of tbe court house In the
city of Cairo, in said c ninty and state, on tbe 21th
day of June, A. U 18M, thv undersigned pnr-
chan'd the following rtf.rrbcd real es
late situated In the First addition to
the city ol Cairo, county of Alexander
and stale of Illinois, for the tne due aud
ni'i-aid thereon for thoyeira A. I. IH7ii. 187.1 and
10. together witb i eiialtii-i and iosis; said real
es'ate being; taxed ia the name of n. II. Mann,
to-v.it: The N.K. of sectluu It, township ib,
sou (h range:), west il rd P. M 1 bej I me allowed
by law lor tbe redemption or raid real estate
will expire on the'ltn day of June A. I). IS').
k a hcioK.n, purchaser.
Cairo, Ills., Manh lt. A. I IsM.
'PAX I'CHCQASEIt'S NOTICE.
To C S. Orei-Vy ar d C . Burnham or any other
person or persons interested:
You are hereby nulitli-d thit at a sale of real es
tate. In the co'iutv of A.etAnder and state of Illi
nois, held by the county collector of said county.
ai the aouthwesteriy dour of the court bouse
in the rit? ol i ami. In ssm county and state, on
the lddiyof Juuc, A. I) the undersigned
purchaed the follow Ing Uesrriheil real estate situs
ted In the county ol Alexander and state of Illi
nois, for tbe taxes due aril nnpald thereon for the
yr A. O. lb'ii, lS'.w and Iwfi, together with pen
alltb s and osats; said real estate being taxed in
the name of C. h. Oreel y and C. UurnhaBi. to-wlt:
Tbe M.E. Vt of sectiou 23, township 14, south range
3. west ;)rd P. M. Tbe time allowed by law for the
redemption of said real estate will expire on the
2 A day of June, A. I). lM.t.
k. a. MCKMtrr.l'urchascr.
Cairo, Ills ..March 1st. AV. IHirt.
TAX PL'KCHA8E1C8 NOTICE.
To Joseph Ktrauh or any other person or persons
Y'oil are hereby notified tht at a tale of real es
tate, In the county of Al' iander and state of Illi
nois, held by ihe county collector of said county,
at the southwesterly door nf the court honseln tho
city of Cairo, In satd county and state, on the IHth
day or .June. A. li. I-el. the undersigned uur-
rbased tbe fullowin(decribed real estate situated
in tbe county or Alexander autl statu of Illinois, lor
the taxes dnc and unpaid thereon for tha year A.
I), wi, together with taxi- anil costs: said real
estate being taxPd In the name of Joseph Stratih,
to-wii: iue b . w , , ,lt. or section w, townsnip
IS. smith ratige;.', west llrd P. M. Tbe time al
lowed by law for the redemption of said real r
tatc will expire on the iMh dav of June, A. I),
im. E A. HL'RNETT, Purchaser.
Cairo, 111., Match lit, 1(83.
ffAX PUKCUASEICS NOTICE.
To T. ,T. I'rtmm or any other person or person
You are hereby notified that at a aala of real es-
tule. in the county of Alexander and stale of Illi
nois, b !d by the county collector of said county.
at tlie sothwel rlv door or the court house in ino
city of Cairo, in suld county and state, on tha 9 b
day ol June, A . 1). IhhI. the nndurslgnid pnrehsed
ih- tallowing desenhed real estate situated in tho
First Adnitiot) to tho city or Cairo In the
con n ly nf Alexander slid state of Illinois, for tho
tBxe dun and unpaid thereon for the year A. 1).
IHSif, together with penalties and costs; said real
estnl being taxed iu the name of T. J. Prtmm,
to-wli : Lois numbered eight ( 8) and thirteen (ID),
lu block numbered cltihty-scven (H7). Tho time
allowed bv law lor tha redemption of said real
estate will orpiro on the nth day of Juno, A.I). IK).
juiiin oAi'itn, i-prcoasor.
(.'air.i, 111m. , Foby Wih, A.I) . lshi).
Notice to Contractors. ,
OiTr clrhk' Orru'ti, I
Caiho, 111., Fe-rnary lth, 18S1.
Stale t iironosnls will lo ro elvnd at thl ofllco,
directed to the Cit Council of the City nf Ca ro
mi III meeting or thu city Council l uesday evening.
March nth. 10. fur furnlfhlng thu material end
doing the work, nr doing tho work necessary for
tho conHtriir.'tnnof tho following sidewalks, to ho
constructed of wood, vlit: On the southerly stile
of litbth street between Itallroad Htruct and Ohio
Levee, being 14 i feut In lenglh, as provided by
Ordinance io. Vi, approved August lllli, -.1)
liH-J, wliich Is on tile in thl ofllcu and subject to
exiiiiilimllon st any time
A good and aullli ieiit. bond for twlco the amount
must accompany a'l proposition, Tho right to
reject an" and a'l bid" reserved by the city
v. .1. r il. t. t-ity i;ior.
HARRIS REMEDY C0.,r,7a
PH0S.HARHI8' PASTILLE REMEDY
loanp urn mil oilirr. who sutler
Nrrvou. ul I'Iit.Ic.i ii.hii.
Hiolr mmiy ilnom coiimviucnn-i.
atm aulnklv ettirl Mrllnatllts
Tht Kernel y ti put op In Ik. ion. fto, I ( Ih.iI m month), uL
Ko.l(nnuxti torfftH't itcitra, uulem Id Mrecut),) t&t Nti.l
(Ikitlnc thrn tumillu), $1, Hnl hr timll In pUlo rsyifri.
VI iki '" mrmwymnj wn mutt ratlUfiniei flturrl
wwmmw ana SUUI VI awn (fVUSi SJfMeja
Vfcail wur Hit
tont rMrlii4o Id uurini ill ' of Uio Hli
I, MkTa Bail
ioi,orrvuuft iHiililtv, jmrHitntr, Urcanl
rvBHni'iMi unorrnMt Fypninuff Kim jnerrarmi
nrt'tlunn iMt?lll lriittd on nrlontlUA prlnntplr,
wtib Bavfu mnA nurtj ruim1iii. (lull or writ for Mot ol Wu,i
Urnii lo txt ftiitwnrrrl by thow rtMlrlba trcatnivut by null.
(IVrvntHiufffrini frota HupltirvtiteHiliI wt4 lhlr Mltlrf,
fwHl Imih mmmiMm tt. tbrlrwlnuittafis It It H Insw,
AtaMrvM. DU. Ill TTH, 1 l Mia M, S4 UK Bm
MTABUMUKaU QVEU TU1KTV TKAJU '
Mayor N, H. Thlstlewood.
Treasurer T. J. Kertb.
ClerX IVnnls. J, holey.
Counselor Wm. H. Ollbtrt.
Marshal L. II. Meyer,
Attorney William Hendricks.
oamu or AUiiuaia
first Ward-Win. Mcltalo. T. M . Klmbrongh.
1 Hecond Ward-Jesse Ilinkle.C, N. tlughes,
Third Ward li. F, lllake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Charles O. 1'ailer, Adoipb Hwo-
bKlftb Ward-T. W. Ualllday, Ernet B. Pattlt.
Circuit Judge 1). J. linker.
Circuit Clerk A. 11. Irvln.
County Judge J. 11. hoblnsou.
County Clerk h. J. llumm.
('ouuly Attorney J . M. Uamron.
County Truasurcr Mile W. Parker,
rlberllf John Hodges.
Coroner II. Fltigerald
Couniy Commissioners T. W. Ualllday, J.
Mulcahey aud I'oter baup.
CxAlUO BAPTIST. Coruur Tenth and Poplar
y streets; preaching first and third M tin days lu
uttch month, 11 a. in. and 7:i p. lu. i prayer meet
ng Thursday, 7 :.W p. m.-, Hunday school, tt:!)U a.m
Huv. A.J. IlKsti Pastor.
(intKCII OF THE HlIDES.ilKIt--(Episcopal
J Fourteenth treet; Hnudsy 7:fWa in., Uoly
Communion lU:30a. m., U nuing Prayers II a. ni.,
Sunday school 3 p. m., Evening Prayer 7:u p.m.
F. P Uavunporl, 8. T. LI. Kector.
CIK8T MISSIONARY BAPTIST CUUKCH
r Preaching at 10:30 a. n... 3 p.m., and 7:h0 p. in.
.salibath school at 7:30 p. m Hey. T. J. Shores,
ICTRBHAN Thlrteeuth ttieet; services bab
bath t:o a. ni.; Buinlay icM'Jp m. Key.
MKTUODIHT-Cor. Eighth and Wall. nt street,
Preaching Habbatb 11 :U0 a. m. and 7 :D0 p. m.
onday beboolat H:tnip. m. Key. J. A.Hcarrett,
1)KBHBYTKUIAN Elghtb street; preacnlng on
rabbath at 11:1X1 a. m. and 7:1)0 p. m.; prayer
ne-etlug Wednesday at 7:3') p. in.; Monday bchuol
tt S p. m. Key B. V. George, pastor.
ST.JOHKPU 8 -,ltouian Catholic) Corner Croi
and Walnut street: service Hahbath 10:30.
ii. ; Sunday (school at i p. m. ; Vesper 3 p.m.; er
rice every day t a. m. Key. O'iiara, I'rie.it.
ST. PATIUCK'8-( Roman Uthollc) Corner Nli.th
street and Washington venoe; services Sab
bath t and 10 a. m.; Vesper i p. m.; Honday School
i p. in. services every dy at ft a. m. Ray. Maalersou
K. k. UMK CARD AT t'AlKU.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R.
TKtlNS IKI-AUT. THAN AHIIIV.
.Vail ... 8:OTa ra I Mall 4:i a.m
tAccom dation.11 :to a.m Express ....... 11:10 a.m
(Express 8:50 p.m I Accnmdalion ..4:15 p m
C. St. L. Jt N. O. K. R. (Jackson Itonte).
(Mall 4:45 a m I rMall . .. 4:3op.m
thi press 1:10a m tExprt-ss 10:i a m
ST. L, 4 V. H. R. (Narrow Gauge )
Expres . 8:15 a.m 'Express 4:3Ap.m
Accom ditllou. l:oii p.m i Accora'datlon II :40 a m
ST. L., I M 48. it. R.
tExpress 10::)(ip,m tExpress . 2:ji o m
WA1IASH. ST. LOCIS PACIFIC tt'YCO.
Matl 4 Kx .... f:Ul vm "Mall A Ex.... :V p ro
An-om'dallon 4;iki p. in I Accora'datlon Hi :vi a m
Freight 7:15 a m. ( Freight .4'i p.m.
LfAily except Sanday. t Daily.
MOBILE A OHIO H. K'
,...J:Vi a. m. I Muil .9:10 p. m.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO It. R.
TRAINS RUN A3 FOLLOWS.
uNAXUArrxn mojoat, ooroBga 23,
Express and Mall leave Cairo. every day etrept
Sanday, al 11:15 a. m. Arm. at Kast St. Louis at
3:'J0p. m Arrive at Cairo at 4::i5p. m.
Accommodation arrive at 11:40 a. ro. and de
parts at 1 :00 p. m.
LLINOLS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Lino Kunnint?
Making Direct Conneotion
rftAiwe LlAV Cairo:
:U5 a m. Mall,
Arriving to i .Louis t:45 a.m.; Chicago, S :30 p.m.;
Connect g at Odin and Effingham for Cincin
nati, L isville, Indianapoli aud point East.
11:1 r.m. Ht. LouiM uml WeaUern
Arriving tn St. Loul 7:05 p. in., aud connecting
for all point West.
3:50 p.m. Krtat Express,
F ir St. Loui and Chicago, arriving at St. Louie
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7:3) a.m.
3:50 p.m. Cinolnnntl Kxpriii.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisville 6:55
a.m.; indianapoli a:uo a.m. rassenger uy
this train reach the above point IU to 3o
tioCUS in advance ot auy other route. .
ry-The3:5n p. m. expres ha PULLMAN
KEEPING CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change, and through sleepers to St. Lonl and
Fast Time Kast.
P.i aunri rrntnj nT thl line go through to East.
I llJVNrlliZI I n Um nolnls wllhiint in, Hslse
cansed by Sunday Interyenlng. The Saturday after
noon train rroui Cairo arrives in new x or .nonuay
norniug at 10:30, iniriy-sia noura iu auvaueeui
nv other route,
eaVn.ihMnnl, tlr1rat itnrl ftipthnr (fiformntlnn.
apply at lllinoi Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
.1. ll. Julian, i icbvi Agon.,
A. H. HANSON. Gen. Pas. Agont. Chicago
TT-w-r- -w- -a -rm people are atwa R on the look
Wl I W I J 'out for chance to increase
I iSv M .thutr eatnlngs, and in time
If I L J I 'jbecomo wealthy; thoea who
' ' -"-r -"-do not Improve their oppor
tntiitles remain In poverty.
We offer a groat chance to make money. Wo want
many men, woman, boy and girl to work lor ns
right Inihelr own localltle. Any one can do the
work properly from tho llrst start. Tbe business
will pay mere than tun times ordinary wage. Ex
penslvooiitnt furnished free. No one who engage
fat a to make money rapidly. You ran duvets
your whole lube to tho work, or onlv your spare
ninmnnta. Full Information nnd all that I needed
ont free. Address S TIN SON CO. Portland, Mu.
A BQQN TO MEN
All thsH who rrom leillHntlena, immi nr othar em ar
wm, uonirvMl, In iplrlivl, phrttnallr ilrtlnjd, an aubk) u
parfbrm llfr's dMllea proporlr, o.n lis mnHaly sn Dsns.
nntly our.d, wlihum itoiutiia mHlrloit.. Rn4tirM4 brdnotort.
BilDlstm and lb. sna. TU ar.rflosl Rms .ayat "To.ol4
lao ortmtlD Nrrroiis IhllltT, rkrsteftl IT? I"
is wkollr urHl.l by til R M AHSTON iiOLt)." Slvsa
hstxleaa ease amrwi of otrtaln mtonulM " ri
AmI BsakwaT. Kimpls, .nwtin, .iMaly. pjMtaaU Unt
Ui itmiiw. Oomiili.ilnh with phrll"B .
MAB8TON KJUtKDT CO W. 14th ftk. Rw lora,
n FREEf "
Cm a favorite prescription of on of tha
moat noted and successful specialist in the V. H.
(now retired) mr theour of Yrt itrbility,
lmt IKithmmd, WtmkMrmm and Mtrcmu. Ment
Addrti DR. WARD CO.. Uuitiana. M