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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 1883.
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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
SIOOO. Given f ,
If alum uranv injurliiiisMilittiiiiceaca.ii I found
In Andrew' Poarl Baking Powder. I p"
tlvel) PURE, Hciiiji emloixtl, and testimonial!
received frutu sui'h cheininsasS. liana Hays, lios
tti: l Delafontaiue, of Chleaijo; and UuaUivu
Botie, Milwaukee. Never sold in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE, .
45 Micliitiau Ay. 2S7. ii W . Water
rnr:ml is warranted mtis-
lact-irr to tu wearer ill every av,
or the iaor.y will U refunded I'V
the person from whom it wa rxnubt.
'. . ... k lM,Hfio tit.
lot bvmi ajmionmitm ...-....
. - -
Htmltk Pir-rrt. l.M. Mr.Adla.tL t.50
Ak.Wtlaal (extra henvji r.ln.t. &
'Health Vntrttow is... eutll' .00. I'arkco.
tLlrHnxir1liiii. I .!..
Ferule fc Iradlas Itrtull Inlee ntrjik'"
CHICAGO tOilsM CO., Chicago, I1L
Tired of Tenderfeet.
Viicn .7 of Suar, of Ihnvcr, was asked
tho caiif of lii-f we:irim lie replied:
"Why. it niiikf nif t i r- 1 to lif.'tr these
ti-rnli-rf.-i-t i :i1 k about their exploits and
Idood-eurdlinir. exjterienep in (liirtni'f?
n leu-foot lmli- in Hall's (iulch or some
other remote suburb. Kvery 'Inn"; liea
ver' from the Kast whose people have
civen him -.")0 to recruit on, und who
has spent two years in tho mountains,
imagines that he is an old-tinier and a
daisy at that, and if you sit down to en
joy a comfortable smoke lie takes you
by the ear and insists on making you
heiieye that, compared with him Daniel
JJooik; was a chicken hearted squirrel
hunter. It makes nie sick."
"You must have struck tho west nt
an early day. Joe?''
"It's nothing to brag on, but that's
what I diil. 1 crossed the plains with
my parents in lsj.l 1 was then 12
"Were the Indians bail in those (lavs,
"Oh Lord, yes! I stood at Four
teenth nml Wake one morning in 1W58
when a man on a ranch on Bijou River
drove up with two bodies in his wajjon,
ono a woman and the other her little
boy 5 or 6 years old. They had been
murdered bv the Indians the nitit be
fore. The husband happened to be ab
sent and escaped, but if you had seen
him take on when he looked into them
boxes and saw the horrible butchery of
the woman he loved and the little child
that had made the old ranch a homo as
cheerful as any in the broad land, ou'd
have felt uneasy for the redskin lie
miht run across even on a reservation.
No one thought of go'mx any distance
from town without Tiein fully armed,
for the outbreaks of the Indians were
COllt i n nous."
"Was Denver ever Mieh a terribly
lawless place as many Kastern folk's
have been led to think?"
"No. Like all frontier towns we had
and have our rough clement, but it
never ruled and never can. Kastern
folks jret that id. 'a from some dyspeptic
idiot who comes out here, Iihmi t tho
nerve to stay and when he (joes back
makes a lion of himself J.y talking
bowie-knife and si-slixitcrM. Uwky
Mountitiii A'l vs.
A Wolf nu t a nice, t( nder Coat in a
quiet, retired spot, on the Mountain, one
Day, iti the soft Summer time, and im
mediately picked up hi Knife and Fork
and liean looking over the liill of l'.uc.
"What would you ilu?" a-ked the
(loMt, with uiueli trepidation.
"I would di.scour what hurt of a
Lay-out this l'aravanary can spread,"
replied the Wolf.
"Are there no I-nc Kscapes?
quired the (ioat.
"I do not Know tmr do I caro, as I
Expect to take but one Meal here."
" Hut- but - ," stammered the Coat.
"Aw, don't hut me," answered t u'
Wolf, snappishly, and the ri"M moment
the (ioat had bit him amid-hips and
knocked hiui over a 1'recipiee '.'ou lVel
JUoiiAL. iiiere shouM l,,. a .IW
against carrying conceaieii weapons.
Winston, Foiimii Co., N. C.
CJents I desire to txprcw) to you my
thanks for your womlerlul Hop Hitters. I
ws troubled with dyspepsia for five yours
previous to commencing tho use of your
J lop liittcrt ttomu six months sirn. Mv
curi" lias bon wonderful. I am pastor of
the first Methodist Church of tins place
and my whole conercKnlion can testify to
the rjreat virtues ot your bitters.
Kev. 11. Fi.nv.uu:
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Torging a Rudder for the Steamer Oity
Tho rudder of the City of Berlin was
carried away in a recent storm, and a
new one was forged at the works of tho
I'atersoii Iron Company. The superin
tendent of the works described the lob
as the largest of tho kind ever under
taken here. "Tho shaft is forty feet
long," ho said to a reporter, "the
blade is twenty-tivo feet long, and
tho shape of the whole is so irregular
that wu have to put on counter-weights
every time it is handled in order to rnn
it over under tho hammer. It will
weigh about nine tons. Tho blade is
made of sheet iron plates, bolted on
each side of the frame. Tho frame is
made of iron about eight inches square.
The open space between the two dates
forming the blade is sometimes filled in
with resin. .This, when melted and
poured in, forms tho most durable and
solid lilliiig. Some, however, uso plas
ter of Paris. Others fill in the spas'C
with wood. Finally, others perforate
the plates and let water run in. This is
probabiy as good ns anything. The
frame gives the rudder tho desired
strength. Tho plates are only to give a
surface. A rudder six foet broad will
steer a steamshp 400 feet long."
While the reporter was listening, the
building was lighted with the brilliant
glow of a red hot bow of iron about
tifteen feet long and eight inchessqnare,
just taken from tho furnace. It was in
fact, a part of the outer rim of tho curv
ing rudder. In the mean time, a cor
rcsKnding piece projecting from the
rudder shaft, which had likewise been
heated, was brought from a furnace to
be welded on. The two ends that were
brought together were like two letter
Vces pointing toward each other, thus:
Then several men with great
tongs took from the fire two small
pieces also shaed like letter Vees, made
to tit cm the space between the twoends
to be welded. These smaller pieces,
were held in place until a blow or two
of the great hammer, giving a 4,fXl
pound stroke, caused the half melted
masses to adhere. Next the whole mass
was twisted and turned, and the blows
rained faster and harder, until in a few
minutes the weld was completed. A
similar operation welded the other end
of the bow to the post,
"A single false blow, "said the super
intendent, "might spoil the whole thing.
A bit of dirt in it might make a flaw
that would cost us thousands of dollars
fur damages. It takes a god mechan
ic to boss such a job, ami wo have to
pay him good wages 12 a day. He is
the most important man in tho shop."
We looked into the press-room of one
of Boston's large printing establishments
this week, says a correspondent of the
Paper Tan'--" World. The foreman was
furious, and me proprietor sorrowful.
Frictional electricity in the printed
sheets of paper as they left the presses
was thcimrncdiatecauseof theirtrouble.
It is an interesting and not uncommon
phenomenon, and is not easily explained
nor easily controlled. It has puzzled
i'rofevsors Bell and W adman and the
best electricians we have about here.
The packing upon the press cylinder
seems to act as an inductor, and the
paper leaves the press thoroughly elec
trified. We watched a press running oft'
l,7oo per hour. .Suddenly the printed
sheet clung about thcevlindcr as though
pasted upon it, and had to be torn off in
strips. Again, we lifted a few freshly
printed leaves, and they rippled and
crackled like the stitches in an old coat.
Then we saw a lot of cardboard being
printed. The sheets stuck together as
solid as a brick, and could not be sepa
rated until tho electricity had partly
passed off. A piece of printers' brass
rule placed in this pile of cardboard,
w ith an end projecting, threw off sparks
when approached within an inch by an
other piece of rule. Two sheets sucked
together when held fourteen inches
apart. Wet rags placed around the de
livery table and held into a bucket of
water charged the water with electricity
in forty minutes so that a positive shock
was felt upon a hand being immersed in
the pail. Electrical currents were felt
in the hands and arms upon handling a
pile of paper eight minutes after being
printed. These ure o'nlv a few of many
curious experiences. The bother to the
printer is a considerable one. It entails
inconvenience and a serious loss. Val
uable work is frequently spoiled by tho
electricity packing the leaves so closely
as to ollsct the fresh ink. Then the
presses have to be slow speeded, with
frequent stoppages. Nothing so demor
alizes the press-room as this mystery of
frictional electricity when under full
headway. Tin; theories for controlling
it don't seem to work, when applied,
worth a cent.
A Woman's View of Two Men(
Mary Cle turner Ames says that when
tho total abstinence women called on
Garfield, to ask him whether he intend
ed to exclude wine from the white
house, his manner was cold and ungra
cious, as though he felt their presence
to bo an intrusion and their plea an Im
pertinence. "If a Christian temper
anew man could so use' us, what could
we expect of a man of tho world" (and
here she meant Arthur), "who every
body knew had wine in his cellar and
on his table? We expected to bo snul)
bed, and went with fear and trem
bling." But they were as much sur
prised at the interview with Arthflr as
they had been at that with Garfield.
Tho former said, In the kindest tones:
"Ladies, you know thnt I do not pro
lend to hu a temperance man In tho
sense that yon understand tho word. I
drink wine, and give it to my friends,
but no less I feel tho honor done mo in
the visit of so many good and earnest
women devoted to the cause of temper
ance" Ho also shed a tear or two
when a pathetic speech was being mado
to him, and when somebody remarked
that they ought not to coiisunio auy
more of his valuable time, ho replied
cordially. "My time Is not so precious
that 1 do not wImU to speak personally
oyou all." So ho WUs introduced to
l he whole delegation of two hundred,
mid "had each one boon a queen ho
could not have addressed her with morn
marked deference of tone." Ho guvo
' h woman a flower, too, and as sho
wiMit out "she felt happy, however It
might be with tin Icmperaiieo cause."
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headacha, Toothacht,
Mora Throat, Nwrlllac. Nprslaa, HruL,
Hurna. Nrwlda. t'rwti Hllea,
1KD ALL OTHKk WIIIIU PAIS AMI At II IS.
S.M 7 lniwM '! UaWm ivrrrwlwra. t'iflj CnU h.ltl.
liirKium. i. i Lutiuna.
THT ( H Utl.F A. VVVKI.FR CO.
A. VU.11U.A CV ) lUlllMr. 84- I.M. A.
Monday Evknino, March 12, 18S3.
The weather continues clear and cold.
Indications are for an early spring through
this section, and very little more cold
weather is looked for.
The market is generally firm, especially
in tho ceriaU and their manufacture, an l
the outlook to commission men is good.
The rivers are falling fast, and the sew
ers were opened to-day so that the city will
6oon be free from the little water, cempar
at'vely.that has accumulated.
FLOUR The market is steady with a
lively inquiry and light 6upp!y.
HAYTbe demand is confined to choice
and fancy. Stocks are accumulating. .
CORN Receipts light and demand
moderate. White is in most request and
OATS Steady and firm, with demand
and fupply about equal.
MEAL Quiet and lower.
BRAN Scarce and firm.
BUTTER Firmer and unchanged. The
demand is only for choice.
EGGS We Dote a good speculative de
mand at quotations that takes all receipts.
POULTRY Receipts continue far be
low the wants of the market, and prices
APPLES Scarce, in good demand, and
POTATOES We note a good demand
for choice Peach blows for table, and a
Sales and Quotations.
NOTK. The prlera aare ziren are fur aaiea from
Art t baud, tn round lota. Ad advance lc
charred for brokco lot in Aillcgorder.
3Y varloQ gradea .....
DO hW choice
200 hhla fancy
.. S 808.5 M
,..C 1026 if)
4 cata choice ...........
2 cars rod too. .......
5 cara Kilt tdite
1 car k'U edge...
6 cara mlied tn balk
2 can white in balk
5 cam choice In balk
4 car In bulk
2 cara tn lack
No. 2 Ri-d, per bu ...
No. 2 Mellteranan.
5m MiUcitv In lota.
2H0 bbls City
1 car In aacka
300 poandi Honthern Illinois roll 20
5m poandu Northern roll .- Ibft'Ji
WW ponnda Northern Dairy i42:i
JKlpuutidi huuuera Illinois l'J
IVti doxn.. m.
VI l UAIHimhiiu I.....,, .........
1 cooplarg choice lfl ')
1 coop..,. . 14 no
800 poundi dreaeud nun ....... ITc
ocoopa mlxud , J 6n34 00
3coope hens 4 25
SOItbla fancy B'-nDavIa 4 50
M blili rbolc Wlu.apa 3 7.V&I 0
100 tibia fancy home Beauty 4 W
Common i nft:i ou
Hliu-k parked fralt 60c to l.U)lrn
tiOhble Uanatlns 3 5"
Northern I'eacb lllowa per huab 7WIR5
Noutharn Ilia, I'nach llluwi pur buah 70-O.ho
Norlhurn I'. J), per Mil 2 4(1
Hmitniirn Ilia, nur hbl a us
Early Hoaj ud per bushel w DO&I 00
60 due wild duckn , 2551 Ml
a. .... 7ri I HI
Per bin" m 13 0M 00
Vet barrel 1 ywj ikj
Uuwaiiiuil.,(i..ii,,,,, 1, , 22&2(i
Tigroid,, ,,,,.,,...... ...,.,.. ......... it!
Bticket ., ., 1jJ4
II A CON.
Plain hams ,, iinnr
b. u. nam m , n
Clear aide. , , III
HALT MBA I'H.
SIlll'A , ,,
hi. Jotilta.. . .. 1 .' 1 Mi
UUIU Hlttl Ut
3 ',4 liiiabul burl'apa 0
i bmhel , .4
Pearhea, halve, and qaartera 435
Dry rliut choice
Plum (irwn .
Sheep Pelt., dry
sheep Pelia. irruen .
Darn io;ed lildea......
Common Lugs 7Vi(,H i
Oood luira 4 Ml h 0C
owLeaf 4 V.ftl S
Medlnm Leaf Nit 1 fO
(ior4Leaf 7 SOW 9 '0
KAT1SS OK FRBIUIIT.
(ir.-.n Hay Plnur Pork
Vewt. Vcwt. bhl. K
Me-ivbta, 12 15 25 "
.lr'ean 17 W S5 50
nnena. Ark . tti :"Vi 45 i
Vlrkaburg i' SOV
war u ii "
ARE OF EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE.
Not SINGLE INSTANCE ON RECOBI) In the
pat Si year where one of
rjaa been broken open by barglars and robbed.
Hall's Standard Patent Fire-Proof
Have NEVER FAILED to
PRESERVE their CON
li la a well-known fact that there it NO HAFE
made 111 the world THAT (ilVES A9 UUE AT BE
CL'UITY AS'IHfi HALL'S SAFE.
They always protect their content .
Persons having- Valuables should not
be without a Hall's Safe.
Hall's Safe & lock Co.
JOSKPII I,. IIALI, PreBldent.
CINCINNATI. NEW YOKK, CHICAGO,
LOUISVILLE, SAN FKANCISCO,
.ST. LOUIS, CLEVELAND.
PORT GRAPE WINE
Spkeh's Pout Grape Wink !
four years old.
TI1IH OELEBKATRI) NATIVE WINE la mado
from the Juice of the Oporto Orapc, raised In
Oil. country. Ha Invaluable tonic and atruni'tli
cnlng propertiee are outarpaaaed bv any other
M.tlvfl Wine. Itctnit the pare Juice of tbe Grapo,
produced nnrtur Mr. Hponr'a own pcraonal anpervl
.ion, ltd purity and gcnulni no.a, are Rnarsnteod.
Ths vnnnii.t child nmy partake of it. jtonnron
(imlltlK, and the wuakort iiivalld uao it to advun
iHifii It la pHrtlcnlarly huncflciul to the aired anil
di bllltiiiiid, and nuilnd to the various allinuats thnt
n T.i 1 ho wciiker si-i. It la in every reapnet A
WISE TO BK HEM ED UN.
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
Tho P. J.HIIKKHY lea wltio of Superior Clmr
aotiT nml 1 artukii. oftborlchqiialitlcaoflhe imio
f rami which It If made Kori'nrlty, Klchnena, J-la
voi anil Medicinal I'ropcrlius. it will be found an-
Snwr'n P. ,T. Brand v.
Thin IMANIIY Elands nnrlvaled In this (io'intry
leliir rr aiiii!rldr for miMllcliuil purposi'. HI a
puriidl.l.illatloii Iro n the grape. hikI rnutuliil vkI
1111I1I0 muillrlnal propiTtlea, It hna a delicate fla
vor. Nliiiilartotliatoflhe rrapea, from which It I
dlatllled, anil ia In great fuvnr amouit llrnt-cla.a
fitmllUn. Sue that the Hicuaturo of AI.FKKI)
Hl'KKK, 1'k'huIc, N , J la over the cork or each
Sold IJy PAUL. SCIITJH
AND BY DltUOOISTS UVUKYWHKRU.
Sr" f A wnn't ' homo hy th Indus.
J'rloua. Ite.t.niiNlne.a now hnfi.r ' the
1 iib.ir . Capital not, needeil. V
I LA will .tivrt you. Men, women, hnyi
nml ulrla wnnted everywhere 1 n work
for us. Now is the tlmo. You can
work In aprio time, or irlvo vour whole time to the
hua ne.a. No oilier btilne. will pay you nearly
n well No onei.'an full to mnko unnrmoua pny,
bv nntfaifelhu at once, Co.ilv nuMltaml tirin. fret)
Almiey made lHt, va.lly, anil honorably. Addreea
1 Kl H .t. CO.. Aufii-tn. nniiiiH
A BfiOW Ti MlEl
All tfiix who from liHlK-mtloni, .imihi or oHwhimot
wnk, vnn.rtnt, aplrliwl, phyilmllr dnlnfl, u4 uwW. tf
Mrfia UrV't iImiIm int"rlr. n. wriColy ami maia.
nuillr eurcil, vtitmui Uiiimb Riaiolni.i. RmlAHa ayafiolenj
Mum ..4 thr inw. Tu IHMctl wuklt mi "TtaaM
ii.li orirr.tlni N.rvna. Iteniuu. a-Mioi ttffO ?
ianhMii Simplt, tOtUn, .Uulr, ti umt, M
.tiw. (I'.inn.iian wim t.r mi.q. tm.
'pAX I'l'IlCnASEE'B NOT10B.
ToGeorge W. McKoala, Oeorae W. Thompion
mnA .1 VV H' ....... . -. 1 . . . . .. .. ...
.muiuii.uu or .ujr uinvr jwibuh ui
iwh w uurriif iMHiuuii luai n .me ui icbi
tale, in the comity of Alexander aud date of Illl-
.. ..1- 1. ..1.1 1... ..... 1 .1 ...
muih, nun, ur ma couuijr eoiieciur 01 ..iu couuiy,
al the .ouiliwf.terly door ofthe court houae Ui the
city of Cairo, lu mid county and etetu.on tli 14lh
day of Juno, A. D. 1SSI, I, An-ua Lik,, aur
chined tbe following dcaeribed real ealale altaated
In I he con nly ol Aluxiuulur and ttnle of llltnola,
ui iuo inxii. one Kim uiiiitiii uiureou tor i ne yeara
A.I). lhV7, lo;, lS7Uaud lotsO, together wltU pen-
U Hull . j... .1 1 I. .1 .. i "l I .
"1- miu tunin i nnni rvl UrUU! NUlIJg IHXUU 111
the urtinc of J W. TUompntJii, to-wlt: ihe omb
townthlp fuurK uu, mrntu mnm two, wont of thu
lhir lrlnttt.ul ..... !)(.... I.... ..I..t....
i'""4-1""1 hh;i Himii. .inn niuiiiK VlUiy ncrvfl.
1 llM ti Mlii u I riu.ii ft k,u luaai ti,.. I ... .f ..1.1
- " J a-j " iui uv IvutTIIIUllUU UI BmiU
real eul a to will expiru on the 14'h day of Juue. A.
V. IS! AN (t I'H I.KKk. I'lirrlia-.t.
Cairo. I1UM March Mh, A. D M.
TAX i,UKt,liAtH'S NOTICE.
To George W. McKealtc and A. Thompson or ftny
Yon nri hirnitv tnilrt..M d.ut u u .ui. .,
- 1 uvumu mi i a.uruto ui icai en
Ule, iu thocouuty of Alexander ftud slate of Illi
nois, held hy tbe comity collector of mid county,
At that Hiki) t h u'M.tu1eil..,....rn u i . 1 ..
.m..w. i.ii, uuui ui me luun uuup iu iiiu
cUyolCnlro, in aid tmnnxy u4 state, oh the 14lh
-f w muuo,a i'. i-ni, i.AUKui Lei'K, pure tltt BfU
the follim inir Hitrilmrl -...) .,ul..t.. .iu....h.. u.n
.uvu , imiw Kiiuaiuu iu ilia
coantv of Alexumlerand Mate of Illinoia. for the
,.cr.u.ii nun unihi(i uiereoii rnr the yeara A. U.
la.j, ls;s, and IK l-Kether v.ith peualltlua
Mid cot; aald r al estate helm 'aied In the
name or A. Thompson, to-wlt: Ibe uorthwe.t
quarter of the nortbeaat quarlur of aec
llou Oftcen, township fourtonn, aonth
riiR two, west of (be th'rd principal meridian,
coutalnliiR lortv acres. The time allowed by luw
ror the redemption of said real estate will expire
on tbe Mtb day of June, A. 1. IKhm.
a.wij 1.1m, rarcuaaer.
Cairo, 111.., March cth, A. I). 11
'UX fUKCUAb KK'6 NOTK K. " "
To George V. McKeala and Jobu Abercromblo
or any other person or persona interested:
Yon are hereby notified llmt at a aale of real es
tate, in (he ciitmiy of Alexand' r and atatu of Illi
nois, held by tbe couuljr collector of said county,
at the foulliwe-terly door of lue court house in ihe
cliyof Cairo. In ssld county aud state, on Ihe I7ib
flay of June. A . 1) 1H81. I, Aukus Leek, pureha-ed
the fullowlnir described real esiale sllnnted lu the
coiiLlyof Aleiandorand .ta'e of Illinol.. for tbe
taxes due and uunald thereon for the veu A . I).
lean, together wilb penalties, and co.u; said real
esttte bulnit taxi'd in the immeof John A here rou
ble, towii: Tno nortbwesi quarter of the
northeast quarter of section one, towusblp
nueen, eoniii raiiRe iwo. west or tno third
principal meridian, containing forty acres, l'lie
time allowed by law for the redemption of aald
real estate will expire on thu 17th d it of June.
A O. I8i. ANOl'H LKkK. furchaeer.
Cairo, Ills.., -March 8th. A. I). 1J.
To J mis Warren Dnrliaiu, Julm St. Lcger, Al-
irea a . bi. i.eer nines caurne ana auy oilier
person or persons who may be Interested:
You are hereby noticed tt.at at a saie of lands
for tho taxes due and unpaid thereon, held at the
son'hwesierly oiH.r of tiie court house tn the city
of Cairo, coutiiy of Au-itu'lcr and state of Illi
nois, on tho iMth d'iy of June, A. I), laril, by the
county collector of sa'd countyof Alexander. I, the
anuursiuneit Annus LeeK, nu'ii aii'i puicna-eil
f r the taxes due and unpaid thereon for
tho year A. 1). lvn, and costs, the following
described lots or narcels of land situate in said
countyof Alexander and s'ato of Illinois, lo-wit:
Lota numhered seven (7) auu eli;nt (f), In block
naiuliered one (t), in tbe town of Klco; that said
lots were and are taxed in the name of Durham
and Caiible, and thnt the time allo'.ved bv law for
the redemption of said lots will exulre on tbe
81th day ut Jaue.A 1). 13.
a.mji Lr.r.h. raicnaaor
Dated at Cairo. Ills., this Sth day of ila:ch
A. O. ISfU.
tJAX PURCH iSKH'S NoTICK.
To James Warren Durham, John 8t, Leger. Al
fred A. bt Leer, Miles C .utile. NichOii. liar
(ner. Samuel Hlntley, Joseph Uunsacker and
auy other person or persons who may be Inter
ested: Yon are hereby notified that at a aale of lands
for tbe lax.-, dne and unpaid thereon, held at the
sonlbwesterlv door of the court houae In the city of
Cairn, con ntv of Aler&i.der and atatf. i,r Illinois.
on the 14th day or June. A. I) 11, by the coun
ty collector of said c iuuty of Alexander, I. the
undersized Aniens Leek, bought and puichased
for tbe ttxes due and unpaid thereon for the year
A. D. IHrKJ, and costs, the following described
tracts of land situate in tbe ronntv of Alexander
and state of Illinois, to-wlt: Tbe southeast quar
ter of section eleven, township foarteen, south
range two, west of tbe third principal meridian,
containing one hundred and sixtr acres; and the
southwest quarter of section elevjn. township four
teen, south ranve two, west of the third principal
meridian, containing one hundred and slxtv acres;
that said land wae and Is taxed In the name of
Baninel Blnklry, and thai the. lime allowed by law
for the redemption of said land will expire on
the 14th day ol Jane. A. I) 1W
ANGUS LKEK, Purchaser
Dated at Cairo, Ills., this bib day of March,
A. D. im.
AX PUKCUAbElCS NOTICE.
To Casper Il.efner, Joseph Maefner and Caroline
llaetnerand to auy other person or persons in
You are hereby notified that at a aale of lands
forthetaxss due aud unpaid thereon, held at the
southwesterly door of the court bouse In tbe
city of Cairo, co'intr of Alextnder and slate of
Illinois, on the th day or June, A. D. 1K-1. ry
thacouuty collector of said county of Alexander,
I, tho undersized Angus Leek, boutht and pur
chased for the taxes due aud unpaid thereon tor
the year A. D. l-, and cents, thu following de
scribed real estate situate In the conuty ol Alex
ander and stain of Illinois, to-wlt: About one
acreof saw mill block of seven acres, in block num
bered ton, in the town of Sanla re; that sa!d real
eUt wo and is tix-d la the name of Casper
llaefner; and that the time allowed bv law for tho
redemption of sai l roel estate will expire on the
21th day of June, A . I. W1.
ANOl'H LEEK, Purchaser.
Bated at Cairo, Ills., this the sth day of March,
A. D. IMS.
Btate of Illinois, 1 Circuit Coart of Alex-
vss auder couuty. Inchan
Couuty of Alexander eery.
Willie Maud Perkins
Ileurv T. Jackson and Arra Jackson.
' Public notice Is hereby given, that, in pursuance
of a decree made aud eutered by sals! court in the
above entitled cause, on the iHvh day of October,
A.D. lKKi. I, Alexander H. Irvln. m.itter tn ebon
eery ol Hie said circuit court of Alexander county,
WEDNESDAY, THE 28TlI DAY OP MAUCfl,
l, nt tho hour of 11 o'clock lu the
forenoon, at the southwesterly doer
of the court house, in the city ol Cairo, county of
Alexander, and statu or Illinois, sell at public auc
tion to tho highest and best bidder, for coeb, all
and,slngi!ar, tho following described promises and
real estate In said decree mentioned, situate In said
county of Alexander and s'ato of Illinois,
or so much thereof as shall bo sulllclent to satisfy
aald decree, to-wlt; hontheast quarter of tho
northwest quarter of ectUuiNo. four (4), in town
ship No. seventeen (17), south and in range two
(S:). Wflst of the third principal merndlan
Master in Chancery.
H. P. Wheeler, Complainant's Solicitor.
fjlAX PLKCIIASKK'n NOTICE.
To J. K.sla Warren or any other penon or por
You are hereby notified that at a sale ol real es
tate, in the county of Alexander and stato of IUI
nols, held by tho county collector of said county,
at the southwesterly door of the court house lu
tho city of Cairo, In said county and statn, on the
2M day of June, A. 1). IHmI, tho undersigned pur
chased thu following ilescrllinl real ostuta I til at nil
In tho county of Alexander and stale ol Illi
nois, for the taxes due and unpaid thereon for
the years A. 1). 187(1, 18V7, 1H7H, 1K70 and m,
together with penaltlesnnd costs ;ald real estate be
ing taxed in the name ol said ,1 Ksla tt'airen, to
wit : The north part of the srnitbonst quarter of sec
tlonthlrty-ltve( IO). in township sixteen ( ) noil h
and In range two CM. west ol' tne :lrd P. M . . con
i.lnliiu fnriv-nlMi! acres and seventeen hundredthH.
The time allowed by law for the redemption of
said real estate will expire on the'iJd day of
June, A. n. IKH.1. J. W. wi'iKn, rarcnusur,
Calm. Ills., M irrh lath. A. D. 1H83.
To Horace Johnson or any other person or per
sona niiurceieu .
Yon are hereby notified tha1 at a sale ol real es
tate, In tho county of Alexander and state ol Illi
nois, held hy the county collector of said connty,
at the southwesterly door ofthe court house tn the
city of Cairo. In 'tv'.d county and stato, on tlieS.'ud
day of June, A. D. HM. tho nndersUned pur
Chuseil the followliifrdescrlbed real estate sltuuted
In thocoiintvof Alexander and state or Illinois, far
tho taxes due and unpaid thereon for th. years A.
I), IH7I, 185, IHVrl, I8V7, W8, 1H7U and 188",
tog.llier with penalties and costs; said 1 real
estate being taxed In Ihe name of svd Horace
Johnson, to-wlt The 1 ast half of the sou'liwost
frai-tton.j nnnrter nT section twenty-.lx in
township sixteen (lin, south und In rstii-s two
(li). west of tho 3 d I". M. The limn iillowed hy
law for tho redemption of .aid real e.tato will ex
pire on thu Wnd day of June, A O. 1HS3.
v J. W SPIES, Purchaser.
Cairo, Ills,, Maich 13th, ItJM
Treasurer T J. Kerth.
Clerk Dinuls. J, Foley.
Counselor Wm. H. (illhert.
Marshal L. 11. Meyer.,
eoiHD or n.uauaiaa
Klrst Ward-Wru. Mcllale. T. M . Kluibrongh.
Second W'ard-Jesse Hiuklo, C, N. fluithes.
Third H'ard-Il. F, blaka, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Charles O. Patter, Adoiph Swo
Fifth Ward-T. W. Haillilay, Ernest B. Pattlt.
Circuit Judge li. X. iiaker.
Circuit Cterk-A. H. Irvln.
County Judge J. 11. Koblnnon.
County Clerk S.J. II 11 ruin.
County Attorney J. M. Dumron.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker.
Sheriff John Hodgui.
Coroner K. Fitagurald
County Commissioners T. W. Hslllduy, J. JI.
Mulcahey and Peter haup.
C1AIIIO BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
J atreela; preaching first and third Sumlaya lu
each mouth, 11 a. in. and 7:J u. m.: prayer meet
ing Thursday, 7:30 p. nt. ; Sunday school, m-m a.m
Kev. A.. I. UKS Pastor.
C1IIUHCU OF THE KS DK KM it K( Episcopal
J Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:00 a in., iloly
Conmunlou 10:30 a. m., rl rnlng Prayers II a. m.,
Hnnday schools p. m., Evening Prayeri 7: J" p.m.
F. P. Davenport, 8. T. H. Rector.
IflRST M188IONARV BAPTIST CUL'KCH.
r Preaching at 10:no a. n.., S p. m., and 70 p. m.
.4ahhatb school at 7:30 p. m Kev. T. J. Shores,
JCTHBRAN-Tliirteenth itre.et; Sfrrluii Sab
J bath 1:30 a.m. ; Sunday scboollp m. Hev.
MKTHUDIHT-Cor Blghlh and Waluut streets,
Preaching Sabbath II :1x1a. m. and 7 :') p.m.
annday bciiool at 4:oo p. m. Ituv. J. A. Uearrett,
I I(KKHYTKKIAN Klghtb street; preaching on
1 Salilmth at 11:00 a. m and 7:30 p. m.; praver
lortt itnK Wednesday at 7:3') p. in.; Handay Schiiol
tp. m. Kev B.V.Oeoue, parlor.
ST.JOHKI'II S i Human Calhoitc) Cornor t-'ros
and Walnut streets; service. SVibeth 10:W)a.
n.j Sunday Schixj) at p. id. ; Vespere I p. m. ; ior
rtces ever day at 8 a m. Kev. O'Uara, Priest.
CT. PATRICK'S -(Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
J street aud WanbingVin avenue; services Sab
oath 8 aud 10 a. m.; Vespers i p. m.; Sunday School
i p. u. service, every day at 8 1. m. Bev. Maateraou
R. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R.
TtuiNsriKfaaT. iium AHtiivg.
Mall ...X:(i3a.m I tMa.il .4:16 a.m
tAccom'datlon.ll:loa.in 'Lxpre.s 11:10 a.m
(Kiiiress 8:S0 p.m I 'Accomdatloa . .4:15 p.m
C. St. L.4 N. O. R R. (Jackson Route).
rMall - 4:4 a.m I t.Mntl . .. 4:ip.m
tKxpress. ...... I0:sn m tKxpress 10::Xi.m
tAc modatlon 3:H'p.m
ST. L. 4 C. R. H. (Narruw Gauge )
Kxprcs 8:1Sa.m 'Kipress 4:;p.m
Accom'dallon. l:Wip.m 1 Accora'datlou 11:40 a to
ST. L. . I. M 4 8. K. R.
tBxpres li':aup.ui tKxpreaa 2:l p to
WABASH, HT. LOUIS PACIFIC R'Y CO.
Mail 4 K 5:(vro M.I1 4 Bi.... :vl p.m
Accom'dallon 4:fCt p. to I Accotn'datlon l"::V)a.m
Freight .......7:4 a.m. Freight ,45 p.m.
Dally except Sunday, t Dally,
MOBILE 4 OHIO U K
Mall .5:55 a. in. I Mall ....: 10 p. m.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
oMa-Oasteh noifuar, ocroatK lit,
Express and Mall leaves Cairo, everv day except
Sunday, at 8:15 a. m. Arriv.s at Kast St. Louis at
t"J0f.m Arrives at Cairo at 4 ::15 p. m.
Accommodation arrives at tl:40 a m. aud de
paru at 1 ;oo p. m.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Kunnine;
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
Trains Liavi Caiho:
:OTj a m. Mail,
Arriving In 1 ..Louis :45 a.m.; Chicago, 8:30 p.m.j
Connect g at Odin and Effingham for Cincin
nati, L uvlllu, Indianapolis and points Bast.
11:1 1 a.m. 8t. Ijouisj and AVewtern
Arriving in St. Lonls 7:05 p. m.t and connecting
for all points West.
3:fiO p.m. .Kant Kxpresisi.
FrSt. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Lonls
.'l:DCi p.m. Cincinnati Kxpresa.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisville 6:55
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:16 a.m. Passengers hy
this train reach the above points IU to 30
llUl'HS In advance ot any other route.
tjr-Tho.:50 p. m. express has PULLMAN
M.hKPING CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through sleepers to St. Louis and
Fast Time Kast.
I'ticuoiirrotM this line go through to Kast.
1 tlSnCXJ (Avici ern points without any delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives In now Yo'k Monday
nornlug at 10:36. Thirty-six hours in advanceof
nv other route, .
HfForthrongh tlckotsand further Information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Calm.
J. 11. JONBS, Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON. Gun. Pass. Agent. Chicago
Jy RELIABLE SELF-CUBE.
A favorlto prescription of one of thu
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(now retired! for thenars of Morrtmit itrMHty,
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