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THE , DAILY CAIKO BULLKTlN: FKIDAY MORNlNlr, MARCH 16, 1883.
1 i 1 i
(TRYING TO HOID DOWN
f jl ff:r-i4 ITAMBOUN0T0RISC
j K.. (IjLWJ -.:
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
$1000. Given ,
If alum or any injurious KtiUtuiiceaciiii bo found
In Andrews' Voarl Baking Powder. Is
tivt-'.y PURE. RUui; endorsed, and testimonials
received i'riiii UK'h clieiniMiiHsS. Dana Hays. Uo
ton; M. IVkfontulne, of fhli-ago; Mid UuisUivus
Bode, Milwaukee. Nevrsnld tn bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS 4. CO.
45 Mlc hiiWI At. 2:. k Z & HUT
Kvcrv Corset is warranted witss-
fuetiry to its wenrcr In mitt nv,
or tho money will I relit tided I y
the Kr.ion from whom it was IxmuLt.
Th.nnlvn.inet pr.wiunei d by onr limMiiir I y I mi
not Inlurlou. t.. HifUMvitrr ami n'1. -rw1 Vy l."l"s
""mwtw.mfurtabie uid pert Attn tfivr-t
I'ni('E,by Mail, Pil(rc I'uMi
Health Preserving. H, ir.Ju.tln. 1.50
Abdominal (extra hcaey) .. Nuratn.. 1.&0
Health Pnwvli'S (Bpp roullH IMIO. I'arncua
t'uraul lr lflll lietall Healer, neryahere.
CI1K AUO COlk&L'I CO.. CLIcnto, 111.
HAS BEEN PROVED
Tha SUREST CURE for
n..tii Ixk ordiaorderod orln indi
cate that you area victim f THEN DO U OT
lEEaiTAlX; uo Kidney -Wort at once, (drag
it) and It wlllDoedily over-
ogm tli. duxsaae and retor health jr action.
LclUlGOa tormiracr. auoh a pain
and weaHnee;, Kidney-Wort la uaaurpMaea,
it will act promptly and aaltly.
nfhnrRfi. inoontlaenoe. retention ofurlne,
brick duat or ropy dopoaiu, and dull ingoing
pallia, all apoeculy yield to lta curauve power,
ii. SOLD BY ALT. PRUOOIBT8. ynnaai.
"Mr Ethan Lawrence, hit townsman," iivi Dr.
rh'liti ' . ilallou.of Vohktun, Vl., "was bloated
from kidney disease. The skin of bis leg shone
likeKla, hldiiey-Vort ri'HEb hiji. Apr. 2(W2.
IS A SURE CURE
for all diseases. ot the Kidneys and
It haa tptcito action on thU moat Important
mnn. nhn it to throw off torpidity and
Inaction, atimulaUns tha healthy aocreUon of f
Uxa Bile, sad by Keplnc vas do wo a in ira
oondlUon, effootinj lta retfular diaoharge.
Unlo.ii IT you areaufforiog from
iiTialullUa malaria, hava tha elillla,
ara biliona, dyapeptio, oroonatipatad, K-klrvay
Wort will aurely ralwra and quickly oura.
In tha Spring to claanaa tho B ywUiu, ayary
on abould tak. s thorough eoune of it.
U. SOLDBYDRU0OI8T8. Price l.
"Tell iiivhrnttuT !(I!t." wrilf J. C Power.
of 'I rvnti-n. HI , "and all olh.'m, ton, tliat Kidti-y-
wurt t-i iikii mxS rtts. i.lou uiMnir nit l'uh
ll'L it. i)W p-p, in tuc 8l j.oiiia oi'ibc lu;ma' rai."
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE C Ft
Wa other dlafwaa la ao crayalant In thla eoon-
trr aa Uonatlnation. and do ramady haa avar
! equalled tha eelebratad Kidney-Wort aa a
eurt). WUWTO Vf Bu . awro
a na, th'a TOaofly wiu OTaroom. .
- r-r THIS dlatraadnaT eon
f IbbOl lalnt Is v.ry apt to be
laomplicalod wi lb oonaU patton. Kidney-won
rtrrngthena tna wwauqparam" m
C ourea all kinna 01 rue. a-ran -war a pajauiiam
aod madialiuia hava netora nuieo.
W t ani y on Laa either of th tronblea
npRICItl.l Ofc I DrutCKists ell I
AnottiiT Hank Ch r ccnuca. (tuo. II. I lor' ,
rah'r nf Meritown I Pa ) Hunk, .aid, r-fvntl v :
"K dnv 'A'ort cvnrii nr kukkuino Mt.ta,"
E CREAT CURE
Aa It la Tut all the painful dianaaoa of tha
KIDNEYS, LIVIR AND DOWILB.
It olaanao. Uia ayatam of Uw acrid nolaon
that oauaui tl.e d'-eaund auirVrlng wbloli
only tha Tlnlm. of ithnnmatinrn onit roallaa,
THOUBANOS OF CASBM
af tha worat lirmi vt Ini u mblo dtararn
have been fiuloklyrollovs-l, anil in ahortUjua
miiy, ft. Liqtiuim nut, nm ht uurociKT.
ft. liryennliewnl hrmall.
WLT,fl, RICH ABDBON Av (V.. Jinrllnirlmi V
"K iliicy Worl li nlvou iMMeUurs hKi.icr, in
mmiy ukhp in rliuiiniHllam, uiiiiik uniu r my imh
lcu.'r. Iir. Phlllpc, liullou.Moliklnr., VI, Anr we:
"I tiovi-r f.nmd won fuller", from rlienmtlni
kid n' IMiilile" HI' I mud Kldnrr-Wnr'. Now
I'm wmx '-lavld M. Huttor. Hartford, Wl.c,
fK m fA wwk tnafli' at homo by (n luilua
U I tr1"1"' !' Imi.iuvi. now tiufnra Ilia
J. titibili'. Capital tint tlCClll'd. W
(I) I will Hart you Mun, women, lioya
TT and girl" wmiird I'Vfrvwhaii' to work
lor ua. Now 1.1 lid urn,.. Yon can
work In tprro time, or glvn tour wlmlo lima Ui Ilia
bDeltn'M. No nthcr liurlnera will pay ynu m arly
aa wen no orucitu tail iu maaa ciiiiriniiua pay
nr otiKHKi'inif at one, vuauy ouiui atel lurmn irui
afony Hindu fl. aaally, and kounralily. AUdruai
JUVb ai CO., Auguita, luaiuu,
sri.ii . - a i rTj.im
THE GREAT GERMAN
. Jtulivvea and cure
Soreneit, Cutt, Bruiiea,
And all otlii-r bodily aches
FIFTY CENTS BOTTLE.
Sold hy nil PminrUtt and
IVhIith. uirmioiia in 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
Mm u ToatUl CO )
Ballliuopt. !Wd., I'.S.A.
HIE DAIIjY bulletin.
ST0EIE8 ABOUT DOGS.
A HOWLING UOO SAVES A LIFE.
A boy bv tho nanii) of Sharp was
crossing N'orth Elkhnrn on the ico near
Georftown, wht'n he broke through
and was unable to fftt out His tiog,
largo St. Iicrnanl, attemptctl to rescue
him, but failing, weut up on the bank
and set up Mich a continued bowling
that some, workmen in an adjoining
field were attracted to the spot. They
procured a long pole and lielned the
boy out, although ho was in almost n
senseless stupor. Louisville Courier'
HOW A IWMS WAS KKOZES.
This is zero weather. The cold, biting
winds hurt and chill you to the bones.
Men and animals shiver in tho cold
blasts and hastily seek shelter whero
any may be fouml. Tho bitter cold of
lat night froze to death a tine setter
dog, which was this morning standing
between the rails of the Lehigh Valley
Kail road, near East Tenn Junction.
Whether the dog was overcome just at
that jHint, and there died in a standing
position, is not known. He was on a
track, but it proved his last hunt Al
GAI.rSHA l'AKSOXS' SAGACIOUS DOGS.
Tho Hon. Galusha Tarsons boasts a
sagacious dog, or rather a pair of them.
La.t wef k Mrs. Parsons heard the dog
rapping with his paw on tho door as he
usually does when lie wants to get in.
She opened tho door, but instead of com
ing into the house ho looked up in great
excitement ami started toward the barn,
repeating his actions until some one
followed him. When tho barn was
reached ii was found that the horse had
broken loose and was beingclosely watch
ed by one dog while the other had goDO
to tile house fur aid. Ves Moines Lend
er. DOS CAMtUOS'o TET liOUS.
They are very fond of dogs in the
Canii'ron mansion, and just at present
1 hey are bemoaning the fate of a fine
specimen a bull pup. Mrs. Camer
on's special pet is a tiny Skye, and as
ihe advanced to bid her guests welcome
the oilier day his frowsy highness was
under her arm. Another woolly dog
played alxiut her, while a third, as large
as a Newfoundland dog, acted as body
guard. Some timid ladies are apt to
get a tritle nervous over such a recep
tion, but the brutes are perfectly obedi
ent to a sign from their mistress. A
laughable incident occurred at a previous
recejiiiou, when a very tiruid old ladv,
who hates dogs, sat down on tho woolly
dog, thinking, if she noticed him at
all. that he was a cushion. jritm7
ton J.i Iter.
A WISCONSIN ItfHi 8TOKY.
The other dav some Wisconsin people
were atonihcd to see their dog come
into the house with a piece of paper tied
to his tail. Thev pa'ul no further atten
tion to it. except to laugh at his comical'
appearance, until he' began going
around to different irfwnbers of the fam
ily, alwavs tail first, and sticking it at
tliem. 'J'his ludicrous action at last
made them see that then! was writing
on the paper, which proved to bo as fol
lows: "My legs an- broke. Please help
me."' They carefully examined his
legs, but found them all right, when
somebody recognized the writing of a
woman who lived half a mile away.
They went to her house, nud found her
helpless from a fall which broke her
legs. She could not stir nor attract
anybody's atlentimi, and she might
have start ed or froen t death but luck
ily the dog came in. and crawling to a
table she managed to w rile the note twid
fa-ten il to hU tail.
S'U TIIKUN IH.oiiDlKifsiis.
The iiiii'oilnciioii of bloodhounds in
lerfonnaiices of "I'licle Tom's Cabin,"
v .Mr. ,iiiiey s eoinpanv, wlueJi lias
been traveling in Virginia, seems to
many fonm r slaveholders to j an in
sult lo tin South and a iervcr-ion of the
truth of iiiorv. Tbc Wbeelin-r Inld-
li'ji n i r lias collected tniiiierous opin
ions on the subject, of which the general
tenor is that fugitive xlavct were never
attacked by dogs in Virginia or by
hi Ilioitinls in any part of the South.
In .MN-i'-iiHH ami Mime oilier States, it
is said, ordinary hounds, sometimes
called "negro hounds," which had been
irauieii to purine, tint not to lute, were
occasionally used for flint purpose, packs
of them bung kept by men who found
their prolit in loaning'thein lo planters
a occasion demanded. Setting aside
the question of cruelty, it is explained
that slaveholders were not so foolish as
lo employ bloodhounds to tear valuable
property in pieces. It, is, in fact; evi
dent that a slave would be apt to depre
ciate rapidly aftera bloodhound got bold
oi 1 1 1 1 r i .
AN INTKUKSTINO DOU HACK.
About int.) sporting men stood up to
their ankles in slush tit Pastime Park
yesterday afternoon to witness a dog
race. A match was made some tinio
ago between Arthur Chambers' LeUlIer
Conic aisl Maude S., belonging to Dav-
i l fccowgroft, of Paterson, N. J. Both
dugs were of the saino breed, a cross bo.
I ween the English greyhound and tho
terrier. They were cloudy matched In
rlzonnd weight, both scalinir a triflo
under ) pound. Tho stakes were if 100
a side, and tho distance 200 yards,
At 4 o'clock the mot lev crowd surged
from the bar-room of tlio hotel to tho
park gate, where au obliging ollklal for
I III HiUiiiuaMWiliiawarll I
iw i ir ill I
tho sum of 25 cents sojq slips of paper
entitling tho holder to admission. ,, Tho
dogs wero brought in on tho arms of
their trainers, and carriod, swathed in
' blankets, to tho upper end of the course!
There thoy were hold in leash while tho
trainers; carrying largo pieces of white
linen, Hew over the course, waving the
linen to excite the animals, who yelped
and howled in their eagerness to be freo.
When tho trainers were almost at the
goal, the report of 'Joe" Johnson's
pistol gave tho signal to slip the dogs,
and they shot over tho muddy course
like a couple of arrows. Maud S. cross
ed the score two yards ahead of hercom
potitor, and carried off the purse. Phil
A DOO WHIPS A BEAR.
When Dr. Wr. M. Clark lived with bis
family in the Sixth District of Davidson
county, ho owned a small rut dog, an
English terrier, named Jack. Jack was
a remarkable dog. On one occasion he
killed 100 rats, and when he came out
of the pit was hardly recognized by his
friends. His ears were gone, and his
legs and throat were as raw as a piece
of uncooked beef liver. But he killed
tho rats, and won a wager.
On another occasion Jack had a fight
with a coon and came out victorious,
killing the coon in the third round. Ho
had numerous fights with fighting-dogs
much larger auu older than himself, but
he always came out victorious. His man
ner of fighting a dog was to watch his
chance and seize him by one of his ears.
Once his teeth were fastened here, there
was no getting him loose until his an
tagonist squealed enough Bnd started on
a dead nn for home with his tail stored
safely away between his legs. When
ever this would happen Jack would let
up on his enemy and whine for other
enemies to conquer.
But Jack's chief triumph was when
he whipped a Ix-ar. A neighbor of Dr.
Clark owned a pet bear of ordinary size.
One day while visiting his neighbor,
Jack and the bear fell out, ana each
squared himself for a tight Jack held
himself off until he found an opportun
ity to catch him by the ear, and then he
went in. Jack was a great jumper. In
this instance he made nis greatest leap
and landed on the back of his enemy.
Quickly seizing him by the ear, tho dog
kept his body but of reach of the bear,
and inserted'his sharp teeth for all they
wero worth. The bear fought with spir
it, and made vigorous efforts to send
Jack to grass, but all in Tain. That
dog would not let go. Finally the bear
almost exhausted, gave up iii despair,
and as nlain as bear can sneak acknowl-
ed his defeat. It required ever)" man
on the place to pull Jack off, and it is
believed he would have killed the bear
if left alone. Xa&hville Banner.
"I will now ask mv esteemed friend,
Mr. William E. Dodge, to preside,"
said Dr. Zachos at the Cooper Institute
the other night; the Doctor, not being a
reader of the newspapers, had failed to
hear of his health. This is not quite so
bad as an incident related of an emin
ent English nobleman who was presid
ing at a press dinner. He concluded
his leeble remarks by proposing the
"health of Outtenberg. Some one
)ulled his coat-tails and whispered that
le was dead. ' I regret," continued
the nobleman, "to announce that intelli
gence has just been received that Gm
Thcrbdat Evksino, MaRch 15, 1883.
A cold wind from the north to day has
made out-door exercise lcsa agreeable than
last few days have been. The streets are
dry and dusty and the high wind haa been
made more unpleasant by picking up and
keeping the air fall of dust.
Business coDtinuw good and commission
merchants are kept fairly busy filliog or
FLOUR Quiet and steady. The de
mand is mostly tor grades from XXX up.
Stocks are light.
HAY Low grades arc not wanted. B'.-st
is firm with fair supply.
CORN The demand to fill orders is
mostly for mixed and is fairly active
Stocks are fair.
OATS The demand and supply are
about equal ; both are fair.
MEAli E-isy and unchanged.
BRAN Scarce and firm, None in
market on consignment.
BUTTER-Strictly choice is in active
request. Common is plenty and dull.
EGOS Market firm. The supply is
good and the demand steady.
ClIICKENS-Markct bare and demand
good. Poultry of all kinds is scarce.
APPLES Oood demand for fancy stock,
common apples are dull.
POTATOES Receipts are liberal and
Petchblowg are easier. The market Is nomi
WaleH and Quotations.
NOTE. Th price be re ivun are for nalcs from
nrai nana, in round, lot, ad advance lo
chanted tor broken lotaio Ollliiif ord.-ra.
3oil varloua wade
.. 3 605 50
im thf cho cu
101) bliU lancy....
IIITIB IfalJIv H.a s s a s .. 0 V)
200 bM I choir M ...'.L"5 40
I' U llllin UBIIUb.
.. ...A lOfctt 2")
4 car choice.....
I cur red tot m .,.'..','
3 car Kilt edo, Rinall bale,.
I car choice im
3 car prima MltliniHHItlHIIUl
7 car bbw mixed In bulk ,..
3 car mixed In bulk -
5 ear choice Id balk
6carln bulk ,
S car lu aack
W II BAT.
No. I Red, per hu
No. 3 Medlteraueau...
UOO bhl (Itts In lot
800 bbls City '
1 csf In sacks.
1000 nournli Honthorn IlllnoU roll ",'s
CK) pound. Nortkurn roll H lbft'l
,Mi poo iids Northern Dairy WiiK)
SK pound Souttiern Illinois 8J
50 doacii . IS
5jKI dosan... ...m. .. mwn 13
SO) d' "n m 1
I coop laigi' choice..
1 coop ,
3 coop mixed . 8 50a 00
Scoop taena 4 ift
Mbhla fancy IVnDavUi 4 SO
M Mil. choice Wlnsapt 3 714 00
50 bhl fancy Home Beauty 4 60
Common 8 MtfM U)
-In k packed fruit Wc to It .00 lea
20 bbl Uvuatin .. ... 3 W
Northern Peach Blown per hnab saai ?Mt
Southern Ilia. Peach llluws pur bueh 700.80
Northern P. IS. per Bhl . 3 40
Southern Ills, per hbl - 2 2
Barly lioj eced per buehel 90 1 CO
'il Coi rabbit . 7531 00
Perbtil - - 13 aU 00
Her barrel 1 Va-
Tlereee,. ........ 11
Plain hm.. rone
8. a Harua J 5
Clear olden....... 6
Shooldera ... 11X
...... 1 05
T-i hnehel burlap.
5 buebel "
Peche. halve and quarter., .....
Apple, bright -
Choice navy ....
Choice medium ,
Dry Flint choice....
Sheep Peltn,dry ..
Sheep Pt'lt. irreen.,
Good lutra ,
... 4 50 5 00
.. 4 7r 0
.. h 7 fo
.. 7 503 9'J
KATF.S OF FKBIOUT.
Hay Flour Porlr
3cwt. bbl 1M
15 25 V
l.yt 35 50
274 45 61
K7 4" BJV
) U '
A P081TIVK CUBK
Catarrh and Hay
rt 7 -eu"lil 1
TLAT.V.T" . a lV-
Agrcableto L' '.
COLD IS TH HEAD
Hrttdai'lip k DnHfuexs
or auy kind of mucus
Inflamed and rough
tnrfaroj, A Drepara-
tlon of undoubted
merit. Al Dly by lb
litlle tuger into the
noatrlla. It will be
HAY- FEVER the' n..i
""paaaages of catarrhal
viria. cm. ni health v secretions, it allays in-
fldinmaU'iu, p-otect. the membranal llninua of tbs
head from additional cuius, completely neai tne
fire and restore the fenne of taste and mell,
Iienellcial renults are reallzid by s few applies
A THOROUGH TREATMENT W I uu UI Kltl
Cream Ba n ha vained an envlnhlo reputation
wherever known: dinplacingall other ('reparations.
Send for circular contalulug full Information and
reliable t.retlmotilal. Dymail, prepaid, 50 cents
a package stamp received. sia by all wnoie
lc and retail driiKiftsts.
E LY SURE Ail KALM UU., OwegO, P . I.
Who want glossy, luxuriant
and wavy tresses of abundant,
beautiful Hair must nso
LYON'S KATIIA1K0N. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes the Hair grow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ness. removes dandruff anU
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of using KatkarroH.
State ft Monro SU. Chicago.
WHlMnrlnMMM tn rty McirHi inwy
i or lniiruownM, nnivsa imih.ii
IHsimpOO. l.faSl'll'U, C(f-laMltl
rKDUS ITU'll 1'P "ijvy nwsj atu
IlklSf nuit'iry s-'s iruiiiw wrv-s
!!. .- .1.. I.rfn.l I..i.hiL m.A Kara
1 tm A m.t.ti Ilauaalsv aattil & f alBUtMl
VI VsWsW WHisj pajssaf
ARE OF EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE.
Not a SINGLE INSTANCE ON RECORD in th
put as year where on of
Ha been broken opon by burglar and robbed.
Hall's Standard Patent Fire-Proof
lave NEVER FAILED to
PRESKRVE their CON
It lis well-known fact that there Is NO SAFE
made in the world THAT GIVES AS UltK AT BE-
UU1TY AS TUU HALL'S HAr K.
They alays protect their contents.
Pi rsons having; Valuables should not
be without a Hall' Safe.
Hall's Safe & lock Co.
JOSKPII Ii. HALL, Presitdent.
CINCINNATI, NEW YORK, CHICAGO,
LOUISVILLE, SAN FRANCISCO,
8T. LOUIS, CLEVELAND.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Ulinoia'.
71 OUUJ L8V1K.
A (Jeueral Bankiuij business
TIIOS. W. IIALLI1JAV.
jgNTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
or Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
Citt Clkiik's Ornrs, I
Cairo. 111.. March 14th, 1MI t
Public notice I hereby iriven that on Tuesday the
17th dav ef Anril. A. Di hi. a reneral election
win be bem in tneci y oiuairo, county or Aieian-
der, stste or Illinois. ror tne election or me ioiiow
lnz named officers, vii A mayor, city clerk, city
tresurer, city attorney and one alderman from
each of the are wards or the city, ror tne par
Doan of .aid election D'llls will be ODened St the I
following named place, vie: In the First wnrrl, at
the engine house of the Arab fire company; In the
betond ward, at the engine bouse of the Root b
and Ready fire company; In the Third ward, at the
engine noue or the mnernian ore company; in
the rourts wart, at tne court uouee, in me rum
ward, at Lhe entrine house of the Anchor nre com-
Mm. Maid election will be opened at eUht
o'clock Id the morning snd continue opened until
seven o clock In the afternoon ol same cay
By order of th city council, u. 4 . runi,
f ASTER'S SALE
of Alexander 1 eery.
Wil is Maud Perkins
Henry T. Jackson and Arrs Jackson.
Pnl.ilr nntlre la hcrhv irlvun. thst. In pursuance
of a decree made and entered by laid court In the
above entitled cause, on the IHth dajtif Octob-. r,
A. D. lfvcJ, I, Alexander II. Ifvln. mtr In ehan
eery ot the said cir. nit court of Alexander county,
WEDNESDAY. THE 2bTiL DAY Vr MAItUH,
lKfU. (t the hour of 11 o'clock In the
fnratinnn at the SOUttlWeSterlV OOOr
of thecourt house, in tlieclty ol tsiro, couniy oi
Alexander, and state or Illinois, sen ai puonc sec
tion to the blpnestann nesi ninoer. lor cwu, an
aiwl ainonlar. the follnwinL'desrribed Dremist s and
real etate in saia decree mentioned, snume in .aiu
county of Alexander and siato or iinnni,
or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy
said decreo, to-wit: Southeast quarter of the
northweit quarU'rof octlouNo. four (4;. in tuwn
slilp No. seventeen (17), aouth SDd In ratine two
wet or tne trnra principni mernaiau
Master In Chancery.
S. P, Wheeler, Complainant's Solicitor.
fJiAX PU RCRASER'S NOTICE .
To .Tohn Fordvce. Albert G. PIiIIUds. Thomas Far
ley and Michael Lazare, or ant otner person or
Von n hi-ri'tiv notified that at a sale of real e
tale, n the county o Alexander snn aim or mi-
tiitta. huld hv the r.ntintv collector of said County,
at th outhwest riv door or the court house In the
city of Cairo, in said county and state, on th 24'h
day ol Juno, A, 1). 1MHI, Martin Brown purchased
lh. lallfiulnu iiuarrihed real eatato. herelnalt''r
decnhed. situated in the county ol
Alexander and state or Illinois, tor the
taxo due snd nnpatd thereon for the several year
a Below set rorth. togctnnr Willi penanife mm
cost due ttereon,Hld reul estatu being taxed In
the namo of the perion rcHpoctlvely, below
et Term, to-wit:
1 '.' ,, j u. i... inr iba re
Anu mat tnstimo auoweu "7 ':"
demptlon or said real eute will expire on us
xn oay or JVRTlTBROWN. rurchuof.
. ... . . ..... a li uau
Cairo, ills., asren utu, a,v, am,
City 0 nicer 8,
ayor-N. B. Thi.tlewood.
Treasurer T. J, Kerth.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley.
Counelor Wm. B.UIlbert.
Mar.haJ-L. 11. Meyer,
tttoruey William uetinncm.
boshu or SLDBHaan
First Ward-Wm.Mcllale.T. M. Kimbrouirh.
rtecoud Ward- Jense llinklu. C.N. Uuuhss.
Third Ward II. F, Ulako, John WoimI.
Fonrth Ward Charles O. l'stler. Adulph flwo-
Fifth Wsrd-T, W. HsUlday, Ernel B. PsttH.
Circuit Judue U.J.Baker.
Circuit Clurk-A. 11. Irvln.
County Judge J. II. Koblnson.
County Clerk H.J. liuinui.
County Attorney J. M. Damrou.
i ouniy rreanuror Mile vv. t'ftrser.
rJuerill John llodites.
Coroner It. Fitsgerald
County CommlKslonora T. W. 'Halllday, J. II.
Mulcahey and Peter Sauo.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner 'enth and Poplar
(tresia: preachlni tint and third nundaya In
oath month. 11 s. m. and 7."W p. m.: prayer meet-
UK 1 Dur.aay, i ;i p. iu. , ouuu a ai iioiu, h;.w a.m
Jtev, A. 'I. Ilan9 ra.tor.
pllUKCU OF T11K KKIKK.K-(R pi .copal
J Fourteenth street: bunduy 1:IW nj., lioly
Communion 10:30 a. m., M -ii.lr 1'iayera li s. in.,
Hunday iclioolVP. m., hveniu rrsyer 7:W P.m.
F. P. Davenport, 8. T. It. Keclor.
OlRtiT M1S810NARV BAPTIST CHUItCfl.
T Proarhlne at 1U:ltu s. n... 8 u. m.. and 7 :30 p. m.
ahbath school at 7:30 p. in l(e. T. J. Hhores,
LCTHKKAN-Thlrteei.th .Irtfct; .ervli Sab
bath 1:80 a. m.: BainUr huol i ti in . kev.
M ETHODIST-Cor. Et'ith asd Wali,ut itraet,
freachliiK Habbaih U;ui a. m. aod 7 :3U p. m.
(inday henool at i'" p lu. Key. J. A. bcarrett,
)KKKHYTKKIN-)!lihtb treetj preaenln on
1 hstiha'h at 11 :ti a. in. aad 7i3op. m.i prayer
ntwttuii Vednday at 7 :30 p. in.; tUuday dcheol
it 8 p. tn. Rev U. Y. Oore, pastor.
;T. JOKKPU b-iRtmiau Catholic) Corner Cro.l
and Walnut .UMli arrlrcii habliath 10:Vla.
n.; tinuday fcchool at 8 p. m. ; Veper 3 p. m.; ser
ices evury ly al b a ro. Lev. O'liura, l'rluet.
ST. PATUlC'K'rt- Roman Catholic) Corner Nlr.ta
street and WashlnLton avsnae: tnrvlce riab-
oath e and lu a. m.; Vepr p. m.; hunday school
; p. is. tervice every day al a. in. Kev. Musiersou
R. R. TIME CAUD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS cliTlRAL H. R.
Mall 4 a.m
Exurus 11 10 a. ra
Mail...... ., 8:1 a m
'Accom'dallon.ll :M a.m
tExprea 3:50 p.m
C. St. L. 4 N. O. R.
U. (Jaik.on Route).
tBxprts 10:30 a.m
rMatl 4:45 sm
tExpreas...... 10::ls m I
tAc moasttou s:wp.m
8T. L.4C. R. R.
'Expre...... . 8:15 a.m
Eipr.sa 4:33 p.m
'Accom'datlon. l:Wip.m i ,Accoia'datlon 11:40 a.m
HT.L , I.M. SB.K.R.
rBxpre 10-.ip.m tKxprcss.... 6:30 p.m
WARASU. ST. LOI IH A PACIFIC ICY CO.
Mall Ki.... B:'W.mMall Ex.... 9:S0 p.m
Arcom'datlon 4:0 p.m I Accom'dation 10:80 a.m
Freight ....7;45 a.m. Freight ...-...6:45 p.m.
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
mobile onion. It'.
.....5:551. m. I Mail. ........ .9:10 p. ra.
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS .
o.f amo aftks, ifoKDAr, ocrousK 23.
Exnreaa and Mall loaves Cairo, everv day exn-pt
Monday, at 3:15 s. m. Arriv.a at Kast St. Louis at
8:40 p.m Arrives at Cairo al 4:: p. m.
Accommodation arrive al 11 ,v a. m. ani uc
part at 1:00 p. m.
LLiNOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
Jj0UiS aU(l ClilCilffO.
The Only Lino Running
0 DAILY THAI IS o
Making Dikkot Connkotion
TlUlKS LSAVS C.WI
:uo a in. in mi,
ArrlvlritfiD .. Louis :45 a.m. ; Chlrk0.8:3n p.m.;
Connect K si uuiu auu nmuKuaiu iui vmuu
natl, L livllle, ludlaaapoli and point Eaet.
11:1 n.m. St. louisi nml wentprn
ArrlvlnBin St. Loul7:05p. m., and connecting
for all points nsi.
U:BO D.m. ViiHt p:xpriM.
F r St. Loul and Cblciio, srrtviutf at St. Louis
0!40 p.m., snu v- iiit-M' i . m.
'iniln.m. C"Mrutinnfti Kxprsss.
Arriving t Cincinnati 7 :0o s.m.j Louisville :55
a.m.; innianapinia 'w a.m. S .. . .
this train reach the above points 1J lo Jti
HOCRS iu advance ol any other route.
rrThn3:50 p. m. expres b PLLLMAN
S LKEP1NU CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
chaises, and throiiKh liiper to St. Loul snd
V:A.t Time Kast.
. by this llnu go throuKh to Kast
'lWmll ffPVH .i,,t. wlihmir. ah dulav
caused by Sunday lutorveulii. The SBturdiiy sfier-
noon tra u rroui uairo arrive, m " '-. "
mnrninK ai iu:nn. iui) ,u "
IsF-For throuith tickets htid further Information,
apply at Illluol Central Railroad in-pot, Cairo.
F .1 it .KiNKH.T rset Asent.
A. II. HANSON, Oen. Paca. Auent. Chicago
Nashville, Paducali & Cairo Packet.
Tho ulcRMit and pulittlivl steamer
B. S. RHJS A,
OIU.Y UOUBTON '""
Leavoi Cairo every Mouduyut4p. m. for Nash
Nashville, PaducahA Cairo U. 8. Mall
W. II. CHERRY,
FINK DUES.... ISIS(SII4( S 4 t I I 1 1 SI nil Muster
JOLLY II A HI) m Clerk.
Losves this port every Wudueadsy stl p, tn. ror