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?A jjv ft arl BAKING POWDCFhJ
if fct f -it am oou wo to maty
I fifty V j-i'.,
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
$1000. Given f d
Ifaliiirnrniiy iiiJuriMiKisuUtuiK-escun bo found
in AridreW Penrl Baking Powder. I pos
lively PURE. IWTigendornxl, and uwtimonlal
rfcclvoiiMiii with ohcmiit as 8. Dana liny. Ho,
ton: M. Delnfontiiino, of Chicago; and Gustavu
i!ie, Milwaukee NwrwiM In bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.,
t.s Mituigau Av. 287. aw Ai l K. Wrut
Every Cornet is wiirratJU 1 biitis
fuctory to ltd wearer in every uov,
or th money vlll I rfMnU! -y
the person from win ni it we.1 bonijt.t.
Thnnlvr,r tj''innn-.-' v Winy pliTMelin
not Injurious m ilioeTT. i ivVrw-i l.y Ul:-.
ti. " nxt eumforialrte Mi l p-rf-1 nun Corsi itst
PBICTAVy ". Peat Pale
Mltk P-wrtlng. J.60. K,ir. JJo.llfi. l0
A4o.l.al lrltrhear OS""- S "!. ,-6
IlcaJtk Piwvl rlll l.0. Pai-M.
Ffs Mil T l'Ha Kelil ! rrtrjwhrrr,
CHICAGO tl:M X CO.. lileairo, 111.
HAS BEEN PROVED
Tha 8URE8T CURE for
Tim. . uk ew disordered Tiriri. Indi-
.i..i,...n.MkMilimt T1LEN IX) NOT
El hesitate i use Kidney-Wort at once, (drug-
triata mvmmima It) ana U WIU rnwoouy otct-
th riiwMu .ud restore healthy action.
lor complain i pccvuw
S. lATimr el. .och HMln
and weaknesses, EidnoyAVort is unsiuiwised,
a It will act promptly and safely.
Either Box. jnconunmoo,reu!ur.ion 01 uriuo.i
brlolc. dust or ropy deposits, and dull dragging
'pain., all speedily yield to it curative power.
(J. BOLD BY AlJj UKUUUIBiTJ. ynwii.
"Mr hthsn Lawrence, mv townsman, say
' says Dr.
Ph'lipC. iiallou.of Monktou. Vi.. "was bloated
from kuluey dleae. Tbe skin of his legs shone
llkfl kIhh, hldiiuy-4'ort cxiiku ihm. Apr. 20-82
IS A SURE CURE !
for all dlaeaawa of the Kidney and
It ha. spedflo action oa Uiia moat Important
mu. enabkal it to throw off torpidity asd
inaction, lUmulattng tho hoaltiy aorareUou of
tfc BUa, aod by kecpins tho bowola la (tm
oondltion, e2flCtiE iu regular aocnarso.
If Ton aromaertEf from
mdlCtllU. malaria, bav. the chill,
are blllout, dyaiwpaa, or oonaupateo, jsaaney
Wort will .uraly nliev. and quickly our.
la tha Bpriny toclcaoMtheByMm, rary
on ahould taka a thorough eourw of it.
M- SOLDBYDRUCCISTS. Prlee .
"Ti! tiir b-ufhi r aoMlorp," wrl:o J . C. roHur,
of 'i rt-nmjiril ."niirt all oihr, too. that Kltiiry
Wurt ci neu t v tu uvmi I'lfcoifBa i'ul
llfli it, !)-. in th- hi Lmla (iluMi fmorrat."
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE CJ i
Ko other dlwaao la ao prevalent In. thia ooaa-iffl
itry a Ootrnt-tpaucm, ana no wmaay na vr
leqnallod the oeletarated Kidney-Wort a a
oura. whatever uie aw. aowevar nwua
tha , tl'l TenjBdy wtu OTdrooma li.
rail r0 TIM ditroain
rlbtOi nlaint 1 Terr aii tab
.oompUoHod unthoonotlpatlon. Kidney-Wort
rtremrUieiu tha weakened part and qnlakly
cure all kind of Pile even when phyudan
an4 medJoino have oeror miiea.
Hrlf yohavluujroi um irouoie.
rfpHICKtlTi USE I Drunglaf M
Ano'hiT htnV Crhivr tu dtim li;o. II. Ilnrxi.
4'ah r of Mvf.rctown (t' i Unnk, raid, rc enllv :
"K (lncy Wort crKKii xiilkbiumi n."
HE GREAT CURE
I A It i tot all the painful dlaoaaua of th
KIDNEYS.LIVER AND BOWELS.
It OlMnao til Vt(:m of til adrift nnlarm
Uiat oauni til dnjlful auffcrliur whloh
i only the Tintlme of l:Leiuhatfm can roaHaa.l
lf th wont lomi of thia torn bio dlaeaae
ilhava been quickly rcUcrod, and in hort Unit
i rair ii. um idou nnv, wn.u nr nniouisT,
I Ji 1lP.lM.fl 1.. 1.- . II
I WXLTJ. BICH AnrmON Co . . urll neirm Vt
"Kli)ny Wort hi irlven immiiiatk iiKi.iitr, In
tnanr ckwi of rlii'iimatlein. fallinit uiiiitT mv nt-
Icu.' v-Hr. I'bill C. Uallon.Monkior, Vt. Apr i
"I orir Timid cvno roller, from rliBiimntlun anfl
klrlnny troulile til I uaed Kidney-Wort . Now
I'm wau.."-)avld M. Huttor, Hartford, WIkv
. A wock mailnat bom bv ttia Indu
I trloat. ItiiatbualuvM now bufi r tlio
onhllc. Capital not needed. Wa
I will atari vuu. Mn. women, bny
ana Klrl wauled cTrrvwovio to work
rorut, owithi) time. Vim run
work iu iprrr tlm, or irlvo vonr wliolo tlmu to Ihu
bimliieiif. No otbiT lninlDe.B will iBy yon nearly
a well No otiocau fall to make enortDou l ay.
by BUKtuiilngil one. Cot)y outdtani) torm fmo
Money mad hut, Raally, and honorably, Ad'lrcaa
XKL'K l.')., Aiiiiuta,maiuu.
11 JUL 11)
My Aunt Hester Ji'duntil it to he an
InmiiViTaliln ntiisniicP, living in tlio
midst of mills ami factories, having for
your nearest nolrh.ni worknifn anl
mill lmmln. IinU'fd, hor nugust Imlig
nutkm knuw no botimlrtwhi'ii Iho manu
factory of Sir. Shields was erected just
outsido lier yard, on tho grounds ad
joining. The villagn was a village no longer,
ijiit a metropolis, soreading its imrders
over tho hills, to the cast and west, to
the north and south; and down in tho
valley was the throbbing heart, teem
ing with its busy people. Its factories
and mill were "being erected in what
had one been the suburbs of a village.
My aunt, Hester Stuart, and nor
daughters, (!enihline and Clotihfe, were
ladies of fashion, and all that the word
implies, they were. The greatest
"catch "of the season, the newest
opora, the latest prima donna, and the
styles, were the sum total of their con
versation. It was conceded by all the household
that Miss Ceraldine was the ladv of the
house. Kven her mamma called her
Miss Geraldine, and it was a high mis
demeanor to omit the important prefix.
Miss Geraldine always had the first
and bc.-t of everything, and Clotilda
was obliged tosubmit to her sometimes,
in a very hnniiliatimg manner. I, the
poor di jM-ndent orphan niece, was chill
ed byoue and upbraided by another, un
til, between them all my "lines " were
hard ones. I "Thought if nir aunt pos
sessed such a thing as a conscience, sure
ly it would say to her, "Sleep no more."
" When Mr. Shields was building, and
my aunt was unacquainted with his per
sonal history, this sooty manufactory,
with it smoky chimneys, was an eye
sore to her fastidious ta.-te.
It ought to lie declared a nuisance,
thi oritur old faetorv and those greasy
workmen! What a desirable view from
our parlor window ! It is outrageous! "
Tims would my aunt comment upon
Mr. Shield' workshop.
Hut very soon it licgan to be generally
known that Mr. Shields wits a bachelor;
then sin; ls'gan to cultivate his acquain
tance and to court his favor. He was
r'n-tr. be would lie such a capital hus
band for Mis Geraldine.
Sicjrc was laid immediately, and if
cunning diplomacy was to be depended
ujmn, surely the citadel must surrender.
Mr. Shields was rejiorted to be per
fectly impervious to the arts and wiles
nprcad out for him by mammas and
daughter- who were on the ' look-out,'
so tri-speak. It ww generally supposed
that he had Ixi-n through "deep wa
ters." The pos:ps aid thai he had, when a
jounict man and poor, loved a lady
whose 'f it'r would not consent to the
match until he could produce a stipu
lated sum. He worked hard, and be-'
pan to ami- af ilune; but the girl was
tickle, and before he was ready had mar
ried another. This embittered him.
No'-v he was wedded to his work. Busi
ness was hi idol money his wife and
children. He scarcely gave a second
ylancc to any woman.
My aunt aud Miss Geraldine began to
lay tlx'ir plans, and tho distant, reserv
ed Mr. Shields, was often invited to balls
and dinners. Almost every afternoon
you could hear them laughing and ex
changing merry sallies from the window.
As the days went by I often noticed
him looking intently at nie as I ier
fornicd my daily work. Sometimes,
when 1 was dusting the parlor, I would
chance to look toward the mill and
catch his glance. 1 often wondered
w hat he thought of me, if he thought of
me at nil. Perhaps he was only medi
tating, lost in his speculations, aud his
eyes happened to rest on me. I tortur
ed my brain to find a solution to this
enigma, asking myself if I was vain
enough to suppose that Kenneth Shields
was thinking of me. This indifferent
man was only thinking of his gains and
losses; he had no possible interest in a
girl who washed dishes and dusted par
lors in her aunt's line establishment.
Shall I tell you how his appearance
struck me, and how deeply I became in
terested in him, in those days? I can
not describe him quite a3 he appeared
to me; I can tell you only of his sunny
blonde hair aud Ids deep gray eyes, (if
the well built figure, standing perhaps
five feet seven. I cannot tell you of a
tieautiful Apollo, tall and lieyond all
men fair; but I can say in pure truthful
ness that thw calm, almost grave, face
fascinated and drew me on with a pow
erful hold which other fairer faces had
no power to do. I felt my poor heart
fluttering when lus eyes rested upon mc.
I crept away to chide myself with re
newed vigor in tho privacy of my own
Thus I had grown familiar with him,
and his daily appearance I began to
walch for, and when he failed to come
I often went to my room and cried, out
of sheer loneliness, His presence was a
solace; although ho had never foken to
me, yet I was sad and disconsolate when
He was absent.
One evening my aunt and cousins
were going out. I" was assisting them,
w ben I chanced to tlrop MissGcraldinc'i
ivory fan and break tho tiny mirror.
She tapped me smartly on the ear, and
in bitter anger said.
"Von awkward little fool! Now my
fan is in a nice condition! If you can
not lie more carefid hereafter, you had
better let things alone! "
Turning to her mamma she said,
"Mr. Shields always takes my fan, if
I chance to lay it down, aud now it's
utterly ruined bv the carelessness of
that tiling!" '
She looked daggers at inc.
Aunt Hester, I thought, might have
given me some sympathy; who only
turned and suid,
"Morm, hereafter trv to bo careful j
you have irritated Miss Geraldine con
siderably. Do not vex yourself; I will
get another fan for you, dear child,"
she said to her daughter.
When they were gone, I throw my
self upon tho sofa and gave vent to my
pent-up sorrow. No reproiichos', how.
ever unjust and harsh, no cutting rep
rimauds, no scornful looks, could cause
mc to cry in their presence; I kept con
trol over my emotions, and wept only
when alone. , .
I .cried and sohM, and longed fot
any fate that would free mo from this
thraldom. Finally I must have fallen
Into au uneasy slumber. The sense thai
tells us some one la near awoke me.
CAIRO .-.BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 14 1883.
Standing' niolioiss, looking dott. nupon
mo in silent pUy. was Mr. Shields.
I hurriedly Hfartednp, muttering some
kind of ivpology. and very much asham
ed it my ti'iir-htaliied face and rumpled
hair, f requested him to be seated, and
he sat dowi wot on the chair near him,
but beside" i'lio (in the sofa. " I was con
fused, and kuew uot whnt to do or say.
I suppose lie Jmd perception enough to
notice my agitation. He was all calm
ness and ease. I wondered if It wort ;
possible he could hear my foolish heart ,
beat, and mc the tremor of my lips,
1 could hardly speak forjov; for the ;
light in Kenneth's eyes was clearly that
of love. I no longer accused myself of
vanity when I confessed that he really
did love me.
Well, it is the old. old story. The
next day I bade adieu to tho" dreary
farm, and with my promised husband
started for the city, on reaching which
we were quietly married. Then we
drove to my aunt's, and Kenneth intro
duced me "as "Mrs. Shields" to aunt
and cousins. They were astounded aud
ashamed, and I confess that the sudden
transformation from plain Mona Norton
to Mrs. Kenneth Shields quite startled
me. They welcomed us iu a tolerable
hospitable manner, and for form's sake
we stayed to dinner; still a latent spark
of resentment lingered underneath the
show of good will.
" Mona, dear," said my husband,
when we were alone, "were you resign
ed to vour fate, and would" you have
made 'no effort to let me know your
abiding place? You did not intend to
"Indeed I did nut; and if you had not
come to rescue me, I don't think T
could have gone on living. But I am
happy now, so let us forget the past."
The Kiss That Ellie Wiltoa Dodge 3.
John A. Stevens had announced a
plav new to New York, called
"Passion's Slave," and the advertise
ment promised, with pictures and big
letters, that the " Henry V. kiss "
would be a feature. Ellle Wilton, a
!retty actress, who came from San
'rancisco half a dozen vears ago. and
has since been employed ni'fct of the
time in our fashionable theatres, was to
receive the kiss, "bv the kind permis
sion of Lester Wallack." The Winsor
Theatre, where this was to occur, wa
crowded. In one box sat Mr. Steven's
divorced wife, Lotta Church, who is an
Italian and reputedly jealous. In an
other box was Miss Wilton's affianced
husband. By my side wa a man whom
I took, from" his conversation with hk
companion, to be an attache of the
theatre. Expectation had been raised
to a great height to the level of the
fourth tier of the gallery, in fact, for
when the boys up there saw Ste
vens, as the sentimental hero, embrace.
Miss Wilton, they yelled their recogni
tion of the situation as they had een it
in the pictures. Stevens went behind
the actress, threw his arms around her,
drew her up close, and, by placing one
hand under her chin, turned her face
into kisning distance. We had all read
how an actress had quitted the company
in the West because she thought this
kiss was an improper stage realism.
Miss Wilton's actual sweetheart, in the
box, withdrew partially behind the
draperv, possiblv to hide bis emotion,
and leveled his opera-glass. The
divorced Mrs. Stevens leaned slightly
forward and opened her eyes wide. As
for me, I took out my watch, resolved
to lime th kiss accurately and coolly.
Hut all of. us were doomed to disap
pointment. Just as the lips of the actor
were settling dow n upon those of the
actress she suddenly turned her mouth
aside and the kiss struck her cheek
with a (piite passionate effect. The
theatre attache (dose by me muttered
something that bad the tone anil man
ner of deep cursing; and then he said:
"She agreed to do it. but yon can't de
pend upon a woman." But there were
two person w ho were not displeased,
because she bolted the kiss, and it was
not difficult to pick them out. Clara
Btfle in Cincinnati Enyuircr.
A Telegraph Line for Bashful Young
The most bashful young man in Penn
sylvania lives in Heading. He had
courted a young woman in a mild sort
of way for "a long time, but never had
been able to make know n bis intentions
in an intelligible miuiuer. During bis
leisure monfMits h"SfUl the young
woman telegraphy,' aVt lar week gain
ed her consent to stretch a telegraph
wire between her home and his board
ing house. The first message that came
to the young woman was a 'proposal of
marriage. Although the answer was
all that any reasonable person could ex
pect, yet the young man was so diffident
that he did not venture near the bouse
for four days. Electric communication
finally became too slow, however, and
the young man went to the house in per
son. The wire and telegraph Instru
ments are now for sale. If real genius
is to lie rewarded this young man ought
to be happy.
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Restores the Youthful Color to Crey or faded Half
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CAl'TIOS !-lur.M til nknltuln. rtrktr'i Ctotw Taale Is
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;nr.AT savi.vo bijtiko mu.au bijk.
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Uld.K MVI.NU Mt.'YINO Ite. 8IZ&
AX I'L Kt.'lt AHEli'8 NOTICE.
To John Fordvre, Albert (1. 1'bllllp. Tb'nnai Far
ley and .Michael l.a.are, nr auf oluur poison or
Tun are hereby notifled that at a sale of real ft
tate. in the county uf Alexander and at'ito of II t
nolt. helil liy the county collector of said comity.
at tlie KiMthwii.t r y door of theconrt hrinpe In thii
city of Cairo, In wild county and lai, on the fcl h
daynl.Iiinn, A. IJ. IMSI. Martin Drown purchased
Hit rallowlitir dasrrllien real estale, herelnaft
denenbed. ltuat.'d id the county of
Aiiiandur and state of Uitnol. for the
tsxii ilnu and uiiinld Slier noli fur Itr: seversl yeir
as lu luw et forth, toethur with pi-iiall les unit
co In due Hereon, said real nntat" being truer! In
the i.amu of the person respectively, a below
e tfwrth, Ui wlti '
And thai thallmu allowed hy law for Ihe re
demption or said real estate will expire ou the
ttli dny of June, A I) lsttii
7 MaltTM, BROWN, Purckasur,
l ain, I Is. i Marcb litb, A.U. latiil.
r w r
rAX I'l-RC USER'S NOTl'.'B.
ToGeorca W. McICeulg, Goore W. Thompion
and .1. w. lurttppaou or any oilier ponion or
Yon are uereliy notified that at a alo of real ei-
'? w8.c Itr of Alexander and atate of III!
noM, held by tbe county collector of laid county,
at Hie loutuwutturly door of I bo court home in the
city of Cairo, In nld county aud auto, on thoUth
oay or Juno. A. U. lHsl. J, annua Uek, bur
cliaaod the foUowtni; deacribed real extate iltuatud
in county of Alexander and Mate of IllluoU,
for tho taxee due anil iinpuiil thereon lor the year
A.I. lSTT. 1STS, lHiUaildlSHU. tilirulhi.r o.lih n.,.
a.lie and coIh ; gaid reai eMate beiu tued in
the tiami, nr .1 VC ........ ... i.. . . .
i jf r -L . ' """lyn.m, jueeouin
Hair or the Dorthuimt iiaiteror lection lille.T,
townahln fourteen, nontli rauuu turn. u...t r ih-
third prlncpa meridian, containing ei(litT acre.
1 he time allowed hy law for the redemption ofaald
real estate will expire on the 14th day of June, A.
Cairo. Illn., Mareh 8th, A. Ii iss:i.
fJiAX ITKCIIAsEK'S NOTICE-
To George W. MoKealg and A. Thompion or any
ui iiurnuui iutereteu :
Vou aru hereby notiflud that, at la an In nf Pia1 im-
tate, in the county of Alexander and state of 1111
nola, held by the county collector of auid county,
at the outhueterl? rim,, niii, ,,,, kn.. . .k..
city of Cairo, In said coiiutyaud aute. on the 14th
flay o June, A U. lssj I, Auu. Leek, purcha.ed
the following described real i mate altuated la the
couuty of Alexander and tat-: of Illinoi. for the
taxes due aud unpaid thereon f.ir the year A U
1S77, 1STH, ISTU and lssu t gether with penalltiei
and cons; aaij r al eMate being taxim In the
name or A. rhoinpon, to-wit: The northweat
quarter of the northeast quarter of ec
Uon llfteen, township fuuneeo, iouth
ranee two, went of tho th rd nrinrin.1
conialninR forty acre. The time allowed br law
for tbe redefinition of aald real e.t....m ..ni
on the Uth day of June, a. u. tsxj, '
r. , ., , LKKK, Porchaier.
Cairo, III., March th. A. D. lNji
f'A. niiciiAsEit's notice;
To Oeorgo V. JicKeala and Johu Abercrombie
or any other peraon or perwn intereled:
l oa are hereby notified that at a aula nf n..l
tale, In the county ..f Aluauder and atale of llll
nolo, bold hy the county collector of aaid county,
at the .outhwe-teriydoor ofthe court house Id ihe
nyoi catri, in ait county and mate, on the 17th
ay of June, A. U lHMI, I. Anmi Leek, rmrrha-.d
(he following deerrlbed real en. ate ltnatvd in th
couuty o( Aluxander aud ta'e of I linoi.. lor the
taxe due and unpaid thereon for the year A. 1).
Is1 togutlu-r with petiultie ami com: aid real
rtale being tai"d iu Uie numeof John A he
hie, towi: Tne umthweRi ouaiter nf . tha
northeast quarter of ectlon one. townnhlu
fifteen, eotith range two, weal of tbe third
priuclpal meridlau. containing forty acre. l'hi
time aliowrt hy law for the redemption of ald
real estate will expiie on the Kih uty of June.
A. U. lse:i. ANGl : LliHi, rurchaer.
Cairo, ill.., Jiiirch sth. A. I). ItKi.
1AX I'L'UCIIASKK'S NOTICE.
fo J t met Warren Utirhatn. John 8t. Lceer, Al
fred A. 8t. i eer Mile Coutile aud any other
peraon or persons who may be interested :
Von aie hereby notlfcd thai at a sale of lands
for the tuies due anil unpaid thereon, held at tbe
southwesterly floor of the court bouee in tbe city
of Cairo, county of Alexander aud statu of Illi
nois, ou the lib tiny of June, A. D. lMI.bythe
county collector ofra'd rountrof Alexander, I, the
undersigned Ati'is l.eeg, nougct an'i ptucna-ed
fir the taxes, due and unpaid tbeicon for
tbe year A. I)'. Imi, and cost, the following
described lot or parcels of land situate in said
countyof Alexander aud s'ale of Illinois, to-wit:
Lota numbered mvun (7; and niihl (S), in block
numbered one (1). iu the loan of Klco; that said
lots were slid sre taxed in the name of Durham
and (aublc, and that the tlmeel'oed bf law for
the redempilon of said lots will expire en the
SMIh day of Jaue, A. D. isxv
A.Miii Lt.r.ti. 1-uicnaser
D.'ited at Cairo, Ills., this sth day of Match
A. D. lsi.
p A X I'f RC II ISEK'S Ni'TlCh.
To James Warren I'lirham. John St. LegT. Al
fred A. tt. Lcger. Miles C auMe, Nlcholts Haf
fner. Sainnei II In "ley. Juseph liULsacker and
any other person or persons who may bs InUT
You are b r br notified that at a sale of lands
for the tav due and nuuaid ihereou. held at the
touUiwtslerly door of the court hocse In 'he city of
Cairo, cuiititv ii Alexaciier ana tia'c or Illinois,
on the 1 lib ifay of Juiie. A. I) IHSt, hy tbe coun
ty collector of said c ittnty of Alexander, 1. the
undersigned Angus I.eek. bought and purchased
for the t'ltes due and unpaid thereon lor Ihe year
U. 1I. ana ros'.s, tni tnllowlng deacnlied
tract of laud situate in the county of Alexander
and statu of Illinois, to-wlt; Ihe southeast quar
ter ol section e.vvcti. township ronrtei n, oath
range two, wust of the third principal meridian,
containing one hundred snl sixty acres; and the
soutbwe-t qna ler of section elevjn. township four
teen south rauge two. we-t of the tblrd principal
meridian, containing one hundred and sixty acre ;
that said land was and I- taxed in the nnuo of
Samuel Illnkby. ant that the time allowed by law
for tho redemption of said land will expire on
the lltlday ol June A. l is:i
A.Mits i.r. cii. rurcnaer
Da'ed at Cairo, Ills., this B'.h day of March,
A. I 1NS.1-
AX 1'l.KCUAhEH S N'TllH.
To Casper IlWucr. Joci h llaefner and Caroline
llai iner arm to any other person or person in
ouarc hereby notified that at a sale of lands
fur the taxis din and unpaid thereon, held at tha
southwesterly door of tbe court bouse in the
eitv of Cairo, co'intv of AleXind r aud s'ate of
Mlnols, on thetittb day of Juuc, A. I. lhnl, by
the county collector of said county of Alexander,
1. Um undersigned Anifiis l.cek. D ioviit ana 1'tir-
chased for tho taxes due and unpaid thereon lor
the venrA. I. It I. aud Custs. the following oe
scribed real csiatu situate in the county ol Alex
ander and Stat of Illinois, to-wit: About one
acre of saw mill block of ren acres, in Hoc!: mun
bered ten. In the t wn of hauls he; that said n a
estate was and Is tix d lithe name of Casper
lUefner; and that the time allowed by law for tbe
redemption of sal t real estate will expire on the
It h nay or June, A. u.
ANGI S LEEK. Purchaser.
Dated at Cairo, Ills., this the sth day of March,
TJASTKK N AI.I.
Htate of Illinois. Circuit Court or Alex
rss auder county. Indian
County of Alexandur I eery.
wii'io .viauu rermne
IJenry T. Jackson and Arra Jackson.
1'iihllc nutlet! Is hereby given, that, in pursuance
nf a ilei ri'M made and entered bv said court iu tho
above entitled causu, on the isth day of Uctob- r,
A I) ls-i. I. A evnni er II. Iryin. mtnier in cnan
eery ol the said circuit courioi Aiexanuer cojuij,
WKDNKSUAY, TUB SSTi! DAI Or" MAKVll,
h-. al tli hour of II o clock: In tlie
rr..nnn.i ( the southwesterly dor
of tiincniirt housr.. in the city ol Cairo, county of
II. .v. .,,!. an, al.li, .if I I Hill Is. Sell at DI10IIC SUC
tlini to tho' highest and best bidder, for cash, all
and, singular, the following described premises and
real estate in said decree meimoiieu, .uui'-
,...,,, ,.r a ..vRfuii.r nnu srate oi iiiiuoin,
or so mncb thereof as shall ho sufflclent to satisfy
aald Hi,ern. tn.wli: Hoiithcast quarter of the
ni,rllii.,al nilarterof M-CllOn.'SO. IOHT 11, in IHWU
ship No. seventeen (17). south and In range two
(li). west of the third principal mcreaiau.
Uated.Calro, . II. . March Mh.m,juRviN
Muster In Chancery
K. P. Wheeler. Complainant's Hnltcltqr!
'AX PL'ltv.'UAHEIl'ci NOTICE.
To J . Ksla Warron or any othor pmson or por
You are hereby nutllled that at a sale ot real es
lute, in the county of Aloxuuilor and stiilo of 1111
nols, held by the county collector of said county,
n,n aiiiiihuitsterlv door of tho court bouse In
a.tlM I til P.ltllltlt !
tho city of Cairo, In said county and statu, on the
tid duv of ,1 tine, A. I). Issl, the itnduralgned pur
chased tho following described real ostaw situated
in the county of Alexander nsd stale ol llll
nuts, for the taxes due am! unpulil thereon for
tho years A. 1). IhTiI, 1877, 187s, H71 and '(),
together with penalllesanrl costs ;sld real estate hU'
Inn in ieil in the name of Mill .1 Ksla We Ten, to.
wit: The uorlh part of tlm soiithonst quarter of cc
tltin thlrtv-f) vo iVi. In township sixteen (HI)., south
and In rauga two i). west of the :ird P. M . con
i.ii.imf rriv tiinu acre, anil seventeen hundredths.
The time allowed by lw for tho redemption of
said real estate will expire on the 81 day of
Jnno, A. I). JMHfl. J. W. HI'IK.H, Purchaser.
Cairo, Ills., March Pith. A.I). IHsa,
rPAXPL ItCHASlllt M NOTICE.
To Iloraro Johnson or any other person or per
sons Interested i
v.,n ... huniliv not lied tha at a snl a ol real es
tate, In Ihe county of Ali xsmler and atate of III!
,.ta held bv lb colinlv collector of said county.
at the southwesterly door of the court hnaso In tha
city of Cairo, In said comity and stale, oh Ihe Wild
nay or .iuno, a. ii. i?i. inuunueriDeo pur
chased tho filllowlfigduscrlbud real estalo situated
In tho county of Alexander and Hate of Illinois for
the taxes due and unpaid thereon Tor the year a
I). IH74, IH7IS, 1X7U, IHT7, IHVH, 1H79 and !),
tiio-nthar with annuities and costs: said rea
estate hnlng taxed In the name of said Horace
Johnson, to-wlt i The east half of th otithwest
franllntial ull.rli.p nf Buellnn IwillltV.siX (90), IB
lownshlp sixteen (III), south and In range two
(2), west (if the ant P. M. Th tlmo allowed by
law for tho redeiiiptlan of said real eatate IU
plraon tho lAJiid day ol Juno, A. w. irmn.
J. W. HP IB 8, Purchaser.
Cairo, III,, March 13th, 1883.
or ran L DIBICTOET.
Mayor N. B. Thittlewood.
Treasurer T. J. Kerth.
Clerk Dennis. J, Koluy.
CounsclorWm. II. Gilbert.
Utrahal 1. H. Meyers,
Attorney William UrLdrtck.
oamd or ai.ua hm
Irst Ward Win. McIlale.T, at. Klmbrongh.
Second Ward-Jesse Uinkle, c. N. Hugh.;
Tblrd Ward a. F, Make, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Charlea 0. Palter, Adolph 8wo
bo'la. Fifth Ward-T. W. Ualllday, Krnesl B. Pettlt.
Circuit Judge D.J. Haker.
Circuit Clrk-A. H. Irvln.
County Judge J. H. hoblnson.
County Clerk H.J, Ilumui.
County Attorney J. M. Damrou.
County Treaourer Mile W. Parker,
ehuriir John Hodge.
Coroner K. Fltsgerald
County Commissioners T. W. Balllday, J. II,
Mulcahey and Peter Han p.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
street; preaching first and tblrd ttuudayi In
each month, 11 a. m. and7:30p. m.: prayer meet-
'uk . mui.u., i u. u. , oiiuutr ncnooi, v.w a. m
Key. A. J. UBSS Pastor.
pHCKCH Of TBS KKDKKMKR Episcopal
I J ITnnrtA.nlh ats.ikt Hnnil., 1 .All a . M..iu
Communion 10:80 a. m.. MorLlng prayers 11 a. iu.,
UMnrf.. . I. .. .. 1 i n D I . I . . ..
uuuua; ai.uuui . u. ui., nveuiuK rrajers I :su p.m.
IJ'IUHT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CUUHCI1.-
V Preaching al lfl:Sl in. In m and SO n in
Sabhatb school at 7:30 p. m Rev. T. J. hboreal
LCTHBRAN Thirteenth street! servloe bah
bath 1:80 a. a.: Bundav school I d m. kev.
MRTUOUIST-Cor. Eighth and Waluut streeu,
Preaching Sabbath 1I:U). m. and?:) p.m.
nnday school al a:UU p,
iiev. J. A.Scsrrett,
jRKrlhYTKKIAN Klghth street; preacfilng on
Salinath at 11:00 a. ui. and 7:30 D. m.: eraser
meeting Wednesday at :Vtf.m.; baoday ficbeol
at II p. m. Re b.X. George, pasUir.
CT. JOSEPH 6--, Human Catholic; Corner Cross
O and Walont sireeu: sdrrlcea Uabbath 10:30a.
a. I Handay bchool al Hp. m.: Veaoers 3 P. m. : er-
nces every duy at 8 a ru. Uev. O'Uara, Priest.
ST. PATHICK H-tltoman Catholic) Corner Ninth
street and Washington aveune; services Hsb
oalh 8 and 10 a. ta. ; Vesper p. m. ; Honday School
. u. services every uay ala a.m. Key. Manteraofi
R. R. TIMKCAKD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TRAINS liai'AKT. THANS AHRIV8.
Aii ..... s:03 a.ra I tMail 4:A a.m
AccouidaUon.il :10 a. m I 'Kxtiress.. ll:Ma.m
lEipress 3:50 p. m Accnmdatloa..4:lS pm
C. St. L. & N. 0. R. R. f Jackson Uoate).
Mall 4:a.mMMall .. 4 9D.m
tKipress...... 10:30a m tKipress Hl:30 a m
ST. L.4C. R. R. (Narrow Gauire 1
Ripres- 8:15 a m Kxurss 4:MD.m
Accom'datlon. U:Jp.ra i Acoom'dation 11:40 a m
ST.I, . 1.11 1 8. R. R.
Express 10:30p.m ( tKipress 2:3o p ni
WARASU. ST. LOt.' 1st 4 PACIFIC R'Y CO.
Mall k Kx .... 5:'0 vm I Mall Ess.... 9::y) p m
Accoin'datlon t:0u p.tn I 'Accom'datlon 10:30 a.m
freight .......7:4Sa.m. Freight 6:4j m.
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
1IOBILK Oil 10 R. R;
.J :51a. m. I Mail
.9:10 p. m.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO It.R.
TRAI58 RUN AS FOLLOWS.
ox AKOAirxa aoHoar, ooroaaa SI.
Express and Mall leave Cairo, every day exespt
Sunday, at ;13 a. m. Arriv. at Fast St. Louis at
8:p. m Arrives at Cairo at 4 :'p m
Accommodation arrive al li:w a. m. ana ac
part at I ) p. m.
LLINOLS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis, and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Lino llunuint?
0 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
Trains Lxav Cairo:
. :OSain. MU,
Arriving In .Lonia 1:45 a.m.: Chicago, H 30 p.m. ;
Connect g at Odin and Kmughsm for Cincin
nati, I. lavtlie, inaiaoapuus auu puuus nasi.
11:1 i a.m. St. lui and Western
arriving in St. Ioul 7:05 p. m., and connecting
for alf point West.
3:BO p.m. Knst PxpreaiB.
F r St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7 :30 a.m.
:i:60 p.xn.CinolnnHti Kxpreaa.
arriving at Clncluuatl 7:00 a.m.; Louisville 6:55
a m.; Indianapolis 4:05 a.m. Passengers hy
this train reach the above point 112 to 3d
HOURS In advance ol any other route.
rThe3:50 p. m. expros has PULLMAN
vvdinii em f'aisn in Cincinnati, without
changes, and through aleepera to St. Loala and
Fast Time East.
PnuaPll fTPrQ h thia Una go through to East.
I ttSflCllClfl ern points without any delay
caused by Buudar Intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
nnrnlug at 10:85. Thirty six hours In advance of
nv other ronto,
For through tickets and further Information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo,
J. II. JONES, Ticket Agent.
. II. n AN SON. Gen. Pass, Agent. Chicago
Naahvllle, Faducah & Cairo Packet.
Tho elegant and palntinl steamer
B. S. KH.EA,
J. B. TYNER -..Mrtstor
HILLY HOUSTON.... Clerk
Leave Cairo evory Monday at 4 p. m. for Nash
ville NaHhville, Paducah& Cairo U. 8. Mall
W. II. CHERRY,
PINK DUEB Master
JOLLY HARD ieatea sa i a Haaaaat Clork,
Leaves this port avory Wednesday at 4 p.m. for