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It health, and if you tro without ll yuii run neither
h horrow. Imv nor ateal tt, hut you ran obtain t
by uniuv S'llcr' Liver Pills. Thoy tone tin tho
otoimti'l) atirt keep i ho bowvla In good order pro
dure a healthy action lu the llvtr. promote dln-'-lion
ami Impart vIkMo tho wholu eyetvm.
U. E. siEI.LKHS A CO.. Prop'rt, Pittsburgh, Pa.
GKAVE KOBBEK CAUGHT.
The niont mrcemful Brave robber of tho day I
Oil. LINHLKY. By meiiua of hit Wood Huanher
be ha robbed tho trrav of wore who wore dying
of Scrofula. I'oimumptiou. Hhemntliu, Murcurliil
dieuti, rancerotia Koniiiilloiin, Tumore, Ervidpu
laa. Jaundice, Fever and Aiiue. nml tit'iu'ral labil
ity. Th blood Is the ltl'u. and Dr. I.lndwv'a Wood
Searcher la the Kreat life preerver. U. II. Hubbard.
Hampden, Ohio, aura: "Cleveland phyfielana
declared my wife dvl'nu nf coinmmptlou. By the
nao of Dr. tltide) Itlood henreher "he wan re
stored to health. " J. F. ItrookH. I'ulnefvllle, Ohio,
My: "Myon waa allllrten witn crromiu 01 me
won't lorni, and p
j)hvlclanK. Ilia III
worn form, and pronounced liieurnlile by neve-rill
hyilclauK. tl if uio wax
Limine'' Illood Searcher
an Kaved v tne uxe 01 it,
A Tumor crowlnL' on
niv head waa cumuletely cured by the una of Dr.
Lindleya Blood Searcher. S. fcurver. rittHlmrjrh.
Hoila, I'lmple on tho lace, Salt Hlicum, Old
Hore, and all Culiineoim K notion disappear like
macle when the Illood Scunner In lined Seu that
our name la on the bouom nf tho wrapper, For
ale hv all rnitrtf t .
It. E. SLI.tl.Ks iV CO.. l'rop'rs. Pittaburch. Pa.
II. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICK: Eighth and Washington Avenue.
RESIDENCE: Corner Nineteenth and Witch
fusion. y II. MAKEAX, M. D.,
Homeopathic I'hysician and Surgeon
Office 13(1 Commercial avenue. Residence comer
Fourteenth. St. and Washington avenue, Cairo.
"y II. SMITH, M. D.
Olliee and ItiwluVurr :
Mi. TIIIIiTEEXTII STREET, CAIKO, ILL.
U. E. W. WIUTLOClv,
OrptcE No. Wfi Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth StreuU
TJtt- W. C. JOCELYS,
UKFICE KlgntW Street, near Commercial Avenno.
J ISEGAU & LANSDEN,
CtFFICK No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
"y 1DOWS' AND ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society.
Corner of Seventh at. and Commercial Avenue,
OFFICE IIOURS:-8to 12o'clock a.m., 1 to (land
i io e p.m.
THOMAS LEWIS, Secre.ary.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OK ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Alorniiisr Daily in Southern Illinois
pOJ! ALDERMAN FOURTH WARD.
e are authorized to announce L. 8. Marham.
a a candidate for Alderman in the Fourth ward to
fill the vacancy occasioned by the realirnatlon of
Aiuermau rMuy. jnection to nc held tub of May.
We are authorized to announce Jambs Kyvaston
n a candidate for Alderman in the Fourth ward to
till vumy occasioned by the resignation of alderman
Foley. Eletllou Tileadav, lith day of May.
DEMOCRATIC MASS CONVENTION.
Tho Democratic voters of Alexander
County, lire requested to meet nt the Court
llnuse, in Cuvro, Saturday, May :il, 1S79, at
two o'clock r. M., to select delegates to the
Democratic Convention, to be held at Cairo
May fttli, to nominate candidates for Cir
cuit Judge. Let there be a full attendance
from all parts of the county.
B. P. Ri.ake,
Secretary Alexander County Democratic
Caiho. 111., May 1, 187V. (
Tim. Bar. Ther. Hum Wind. Vel. Weather.
11:00 " SO.lr,
J'OUp.m o 111
3:4(1 " 3U.1U
Maximum Temperature. Minimum Tern-
peruture, A; Rainfall, 0.08 Inch.
V. II. KAY,
Serg't Signal Corns, V. 8. A.
An f.xeiigetic yoi'.mi man of Rood ad
dress and habits is wanted for a traveling
business. Address Z. Y. II., Bulletin office,
The Illinois Central is putting a new
switch in front of the Mackie mills.
It may be of interest to some parties
to know that Mrs. Annie Arnelled is in the
Will Ucndricks, the new City Attorney,
prosecuted his first suit, yesterday, and se
cured a conviction.
Dick Welch and Jim Allen are repair
ing and making more effective the fire
walls of tho New York Store.
j-.x-Muyor mison lias Ins arm in a
ling. As nobody ever asked him "why,"
mae ii mai me wnereiore is not known.
Constable Hngan has a horse that is
much given to pawing1, ami to that habit in
Hip animal, not himself, is ascribable to
llogan's present lameness.
-The far-famed Lydia Thompson
troupe arrived from Ncw Orleans, yestcr
day, by the Mississippi Central. The troupe
-went north by the night Central.
. T-night is the time fixed for the reg
ttlar monthly meeting of Uib Cairo Tax
payer'f association. Place of meeting, In
Squire Coming's offlce; time 7:80 o'clock.
II. Block wants' the poep0 to know
where tnej can get uoots and shoes made
to order out of tho very best material, and
therefore be adrertiaes In Tin Bulletin.
lie also has first class hand mado boots and
shoes, by Boston and St. Louis manufactur
ers, always for salo. Read his advertise
ment, and remember his place is at tho
sign of the golden boot.
Tho editor of Tuk Billetis bcingun
der the weather, lies while ho writes, or
rather, while ho lies But we give it up.
The reader probably sees what we arc driv
Mr. Ollie Morse and wife, of Metropo
lis, and a newly married couple, are in the
city, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Circuit Clerk
John Reeve, tho latter beiug the bride's
The same judges nud clerks that were
appointed by the council for the general
city election on tho 15th ultimo, will serve
as judges and clerks of the special election
on Tuesday next.
Koehler Bro's "Bock Sausage," which
wo have sampled, is an excellent, finely fla
vored sausage, und very toothsome eating.
It can be bought at their stands, only, until
Dick Welch has improved his residence
property by the addition of a handsome
porch or portico a very sensible addition,
and one that will be appreciated during the
mid-days of our July weather.
The mcasels in tho Fourth ward are not,
aa we supposed yesterday, confined to tho
little son of Treasurer Aldcn. There aro
two or three other cases in the ward that
were developed before young Alden's
Capt. Boyton arrived at New Orleans on
Sunday, and was greeted by a large crowd
scattered along the banks from Carondalet
to Canal street. He was much fatigued, but
thought of continuing to the gulf after a
By some oversight the announcement
of Mr. Kynaston failed to appear in The
Bulletin yesterday. It appears to-day,
and we call tho reader's attention to it, and
to the fact also that on Tuesday next the
election will be held.
A negro boy on Thirteenth street, was
"having fun" with powder, yesterday, and
by some means explodedia handful that he
had placed in his breeches pocket. The
pants were rather badly lacerated; but the
injury the boy sustained was immaterial.
Mr. C. II. Goodrich, formerly of the C.
& V. R. R., in this city, but now the travel
ing agent of the Central railroad of Iowa,
with headquarters at Marshalltown, is in
Cairo Mr. Goodrich represents the "Ot
tumwa Route, between St. Louis and St.
Until, and including, Sunday morning
Krclher Bro's will sell, at both their stands,
tho "Bock Sausage," an nrticlo manufact
ured especially for the season, of carefully
selected meats, and pronounced by judges to
bo unsurpassable. Call for it, then, for
three mornings, only.
A stranger named Iliggins was arrest- j
ed yesterday and placed in the county jail
to await intelligence from tho city of St.
Louis. It is believed that he is the man
who recently escaped from the Slierift' of
St. Louis county, whileen route for the pen
itentiary at Jefferson City.
A small boy hitched himself into the
wheel of a hand-cart yesterday, and permit
ted a larger boy to run the cart along the
avenue from Eighth to Ninth streets, the
boy turning as the wheel did, nud ending
his trip in such a dazed condition that it was
some time before he could maintain a per
The Roughs have tested their engine, and
find that she is still a very reliable old water-lifter.
They express very little doubt
of their ability to retain the horns they
have worn, for sometime past, with so much
satisfaction. But the Deltas are after "them
horns" and propose to make a prodigious
effort to capture them. The contest through
out promises to he an exciting one.
The industrial establishments of tho
Fourth ward havo been increased. We
announce now the addition of another pho
tographic tent. But our gain is tho Fifth
ward's loss. And thus is tho business and
industrial interests or the Fourth ward
marching forward, to the amazement of tho
balance of the city, and to tho utter dis
traction of quiet, rural communities like
As time passes the purpose of the de
feated candidates to "contest tho election"
seemB to weaken. What was, two weeks
ago, "oh, I'm bound to do it," became, a
week later, "it ought to bo done, by all
means," and is now, "well, I'll see about it
it is rather a big thing, tho contesting of
an election is." And so almost any ot the
candidates will find it, if they undertake it.
Tho arrearage pension law is putting
hundreds of dollars into the pockctB of
pour fellows at a time of most pressing
need. We hear of one colored man in Pu
laski county who has just received the snug
sum of $1,050; and of several others who
expect to receive from S00 to $1,000.
Some of our Cairo ex-soldiers are booked
for handsome amounts, which will como to
hand sometime during the present month.
A "colored lady" named Moll Will
iams was arrested, yesterdy, by officer
"Sheens," at the instance of another "col
ored lady," named Mary Kelly. On ap
pearing before Squire Robinson Moll prayed
a change of venue to Squire Comings and
obtained it. Moll had cursed and abused
Mary most soundly, and the aggravation al
leged was that Mr. Williams was alonpin'
more nlghU in that Mary Kelly's houso
than negro nature was Intended to "hahr."
The Squire was about to pronounco Judg.
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
mcnt against Moll when sho interrupted
him, "Hold on thar, you ain't gat no right
to flue me for cursiu' of a woman who takes
my husband inore'n half tho time; audi
isn't a gwino to stand it." But she did
"stand it," and the amount sho stood was
$5, aud those inevitable trimmings.
The Legislature of Illinois is about to
denounce as criminal, that which the
vicious htcraturo of the day has popularized,
viz: the marriage of first cousins. The
bill, already through tho senate, declares
such marriages incestuous, and void. Tho
mere contemplation of such unions is re
volting, and if there is any truth in the
teachings of physiology the progeny of such
parents are liable to bo, and frequently are,
human monstrosities. . The bill .ought to
pass tho houso and becomo a law.
Carl Peters hennery is proving an un
expected success. His processes iiwftv
good health among his fowls, and brings a
chick that is just out of the shell up to the
estate of a "spring chicken" so rapidly that,
unconscious of its size, aud governed only
by its young instincts, it seeks its customary
shelter after it is big enough to hoi-t the
mother hen, bodaciously, six inches from
tho ground. In other words, after three
weeks, the mother-hen may rido one of her
chickens; but she can't "gather it under
Mr. John Rolston, the Briton to whom
we referred, yesterday, called at the office;
but tho editor (as lias been the case during
tho week) was out. Mr. Rolston avows a
purposo to vindicate his righto. He was
merely setting upon the steps, violating no
law, human or divine, and his arrest was
nothing less, ho says, than rtn unwarranted
exerciso of "brief authority," suggested by
personal resentment, and nothing else. This
is his opinion, and the City Attorney evi
dently shared it, else he would not have
dismissed the prosecution.
Carl Peters has nine farm wagons for
sale, and very wisely advertises them in
Tuk Bulletin. Having quit the wagon
making business he will close out this lot
at very low prices. Better wagons were
never put up in Cairo, as Carl never learned
how to slight a job or uso bad material.
Ho has a reputation as an honest man and
reliable mechanic that he would not dam
ago to effect the sale of nine hundred wag
ons. If, then, any of our readers want an
ever-lasting wagon, very cheap, Carl Peters
is tho man upon whom they should call
On the downward trip of tho Fisk, a
day or two ago, one of the passengers who
was a stranger, evinced a great anxiety to
realize the meney on some checks he had on
the city of New Orleans. Unable to get
the cash on a $550 check he had, ho
concluded he could get along if he could
realize on two other checks, one for $20 and
one for $50. He "realized." and the hold
ers of the checks hold that much worthless
paper. Tho sharper left the boat at this
city, and the police, it is said, have been
keeping a watch for him; but, so far. with
A heifer with her first bell on, indulged
in antics in the neighborhood of the custom
house yesterday evening, that were both
lively and queer. She would rear up be
hind and then up before, and then stop and
listen. Catching a tinkle of 'tin; bell, she
would prance off sideways, then stop and
dance, then with a swing of her head and a
"whef !" would dash off a dozen yards, anil
again dance awhile. And thus the "fool
thing," as a negro girl called the pestered
bovine, kept a earn ing on for full an hour
or more an entertainment where all the
fun was monopolized by the spectators.
At the Theater last night, "As You
Like It," Shakespeare's delightful comedy,
was rendered by the Pomeroy troupo in a
manner that dispelled any doubts of the
troupo being the best, on an average, that
has ever visited Cairo. There is not a
"stick" among its members. Miss Pome
roy's "Rosalind" could not have been im
proved. Her conception of the part is ex
cellent, and her Manning Cuckoo song
callud forth rounds of applause from the
delighted audience. Mr. Leake as "Jaques"
proved himself a cultured reader. His rec
itation of "The Seven Ages" was simply
grand. In Frank Bosworth, our theater
going people recognized an old favorite, and
gave him a hearty welcome. None havo
forgotten his part in the "Long Strike," his
"Rip Van Winkle," ami his fun in 'My
Neighbor's Wife," of six years ago while
with the Fanny Price troupe. His "Ban
ished Duke" was good last night,
although tho part is not one
with what we may say good opportunities.
Mr. Davidson made another hit as Touch
stone, and tho acting of the other gentle
men was well received. Miss Hardy made
a good Audly, and Miss Stella Willis as
Phebuwas admirable. To night will bo
presented "East Lynn" as only' this com.
puny can do it. To-morrow afternoon a
matineo and tho evening closes tlio en
gagement here. On Monday they open an
other engagement of throe days in padu
cah. "Come right along heme, suh, anj i
flay every bit o' the hide from yi-r hack,
sahl" was the command and threat ad
dressed by an old mulatto woman, yester
day, to a lumbering stxtoen-year old col
ored boy, with whom sho was violently
scuffling. "But that's tho very reason I
ain't a gwyln to cum homo," replied the re
fractory youth. And the struggle pro
ceeded. By dint of much pulling aud
shoving the old woman got tho buy hulf
way across Commercial aveuuo, hut touch
ing tho railroad tho lad braced his foet
ftgalnst the rail, aud shoved buck with all
FRIDAY M01IM1NG, MAY 2, 1879.
tho strength and stubborne'ss of a mule.
But tho old woman was unyielding and
continued tho scufllo until another negro
woman happened along. This woman stop
ping on the sidewalk, and contemplating
the conflict a moment, blurted out, "If dat
boy wuz mino I'd wahr him out," and then
with, "Misses I'll help ye," sho hurried
to the rescue. Seizing the boy
by tho legs she brought him prone upon his
back, and the old woman catching him by
the arms, in this wuy the youngster kick
ing viciously tho while they carried him
into the houso across the uvenue. From
the yells and sounds of blows that shortly
afterwards came out of tho building, the
conclusion was irresistnble that the two
women had entered upon their undertaking
of "flaying the hide from his back, and
wearing him out." If that boy isn't tuo
sore to sit down or roll over, this morning,
lie owes his escape to the fact that his hide
Several months ago a white num.
whose name we did not learn, effected a
lease from the Cairn and St. Louis Railroad
company of acertaiu piece of timber land,
lying in the vicinity ot Beech Ridge. By
the terms of the lease, as we are made to
understand it, the lessee was to pay fl2. as
the first payment at the end of six months.
At the expiration ot five months the lessee
had cut and sold a large quan
tity of wood from the land, and
was making a very good thinir
of it; but ho wanted to leave the country,
lie therefore hunted up Ira Ritchcy, A.
Kimball, Frunk Weaver and Richard
Jordan, told them he had made the first
payment; hut if they'd stop into his shoes,
he'd turn over his "splendid opening" ot
them and wouldn't charge 'em a cent for it.
The unsuspecting colored men "jumped at
the chance," got themselves bound into the
old lessee's meshes, and with great industry
set to work chopping wood. A few days
ago they had ranked a hundred cords, and
were about to move it when au agent of the
compauy called 'em to a halt. The original
lessee had never paid a cent and his note for
$43 was now due. Yesterday all four of the
men were in the city, seeking for what
tney iaueu to nnu, viz: a way to escape
the payment of the white man's uote. They
went home much discouraged, uncertain
whether they would abandon the lease aud
lose their labor, or pay off the note, and
trust to tho outcome for compensation
They will pay the note "cheerful," they
say, if that white man will stand within
reaching distance, tour minutes only tour
For The Cairo Bulletin.
COMMUNICATED BY ' OLD TRIM."
"Now, 'Old Trim,' I am jealous of that
selfsame 'Amy' you are so complimentary
to. Who is she, pray, that you should pass
Beatrice' and me by, tor her!" Now. if
any person who has any sense at all, can
see any good reason for jealousy, they have
a keener vision than "Old Trim." We will
write, right here, for the edification of
'Practical," that we are not mudt in the
habit of complimenting ladies" whose
chief business it is to find fault. Had we
known that your sensibilities lay so closo
to the'surlnecj we should havo avoided
riling you so terrifically. When we com
plimented "Amy," we did it from sheer
love ot her taste for nice things. We art-
sorry we said a word that caused you to
turn your heart inside out. We beg of you
don't do so any more, for we don't like to
see such bitterness spread out on paper.
As to your "pet topic" female emancipa
tion "Old Trim" has but little to say. If
you want to vote, he is williug you shall.
If you want to go to Congress, lie is will
ing you shall go. It is uot presumable
that you wish to be a soldier; but if you do,
our opinion is you had better imt enlist
better stay in bondage awhile longer.
We confess, that we are not over stocked
with sense, but cannot see that we havo
shown any idiocy in complimenting "Amy."
Practical says, "sho is a woman's rights wo
man, and asks Old Trim, if he is in love
with hcr.M This is a tough question, and we
must confess that it is a poser. But our
answer must be yes. But must have the
privilege, to deny being in love with tho
stylo ot writing she adopts
But we are not in the fight, for or against,
"woman's rights," as the term applies. We
like to concede every, thing possible, that is
reasonable to tho women. Now; "Prac
tical," wo leave this subject, for you, "Amy"
and "Beatrico" to "spat" over, hoping that'
tho green-eyed monster, jealousy, that our
compliment to "Amy" aroused, may dio a
spoody death, and that you, will soon bo
yourself Hgain, and bo permitted to vote
for President in 1HS0. There now, don't
you see Old Trim Is in favor of woman's
rights, so tnr aa voting is concerned, and
Is In favor of all who wish adopting the
tho latest stylo in dregs, hats not excepted
Wo tako our leave, of you, Practical, by
handing you .over entirely to Amy and Be
atrico, and giving you a little seasonable
advice. For conscience sako, don't be
jealous of "Amy," but quit grumbling and
don't bo so sour. Remember 'tis spring
and tho flowering shrubs aro blooming and
Inviting you to sweeten up and enjoy life
as Is your duty. W'y! according to tho
wsyyc-uathudc "Amy," a reader of Tub
Bullktin would naturally enough suppose
that you were almost cuduiiog the tortures
Is not the power employed which attracts the man of
taste and judgment, but the superior makes, excellent taste
of selection, magnificent cut and fit; and the remarkably low
prices offered by
Immense Clothing . House !
Iliirli Prices Repudiated!
From 7." cts. to 81. GO naved on every vest. My new
priees hailed with threat satisiaction.
Men's White Marseill Vest
of I ronietheu$. Perhups you remember
he was chained to a rock on Mount Cau
casusat any rate Grecian Mythology says
so and the e:iles cat his liver out, time
and again, and as oft as they eat it, it grew
again. Rut enough on this unpleasant sub
ject. Business in Dongola was never better.
The farmers and their wives - those poor
creatures in bondage from Abxandor,
Pulaski and Johnson bounties, many of
them are coming daily to Dongola to do
their trading. Why do so many of them
go to Juke Spangler's store? That is easy
answered : Spang'.er sells at bottom prices,
ami deals all the time ia fresh and fancy
How is this? Here we are at the bottom
of page third or third page. Excuse us
kind reader for this once. Old Trim had
to say something special to Practical and
that is the reason his article is so long.
Sukfeii not disappointment by employ
ing too many ''cures;" but for the dis
eases of infancy use Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup,
which never disappoints, and costs only 25
cents a bottle.
HOME HADE WAGONS.
Kon 8.VI.E AT xTUAOnDINAUII.r LOW PRICES.
I have nine farm wagons of my own
make, yet on hand, and being out of that
business I will give cash buyers great bar
gains in order to close out.
To citizens of Cairo I need say nothing
in commendation of my work: but to all I
would say, call and in.-pect the wagons.
They will speiik for themselves. At the
old shop, between Fifth and .Sixth ou Com
mercial avenue. Caul Peteks.
We have tiles of The Daily Blli.eti.v,
commencing .May 1st, ni?, ami cndinir
April liUth, 1S79, which we will sell, bind
ing and all, complete, for $3..V).
Groceries. New and Fresh. I have a
full line of fresh family groceries of every
variety, just received, and for sale at close
figures. All kinds of vegetables fresh from
the gardens. A large stock of canned
goods, muts, etr.. at I n;rg s old stunt
Washington avenue. W. H. Sitller.
Lohii.i.ard's Tin Tag smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half mid pound packages
Also Lorillard's Xt'ckle Xuggets aud Dime
Nuggets, for sale at F. Korsmoyer's at fac
First clas cut cards at the Bulletin
office at St. Louis wholesale prices. Print
ing 1 1. 00 tn l.r0 per thousand.
Ten Cents Worth. If you want a neat
smooth shavu for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 2' cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Conuner
A. ITaIiLEV, the Commercial avenue Hard
ware merchant, invites attention to his
arge and varied stock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery and fancy goods. His cook stoves
ure among the latest and best patterns and
are not excelled us bakers by anything in
tho market; they are of the heaviest make
aud will last longer and use less fuel than
any other. Sold so close ns to make it nn
object to call and examine. Breech load
ing Shot-guns. Fishing Tackle etc., and
everything else low to suit the times.
Manufacturer And dealer In
BOOTS AKD SHOES
AUu duulor lu
The Best Hand Made Boston ami St.
LouU Boots and Shoes.
Work dotio to order on abort notlce.from the vorjr
beat material aud a xuodUl guaranteed.
LKAVK ordera at my shop, ou Elithtli fet.txl
Jur to Jake W alien'. Slati ot OULPtH WOi
No Compromise! I Come to
A. MAIiX, (il Ohio J.evec
Notice. to all whom it mav concern :
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on a written order Signed by
myself, and the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contract
for advertising or job work are valid unlcv
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. Burnett.
Envelops printed at the Bulletin offic-,
$1.00 per M. Envelops furnished at St,
Louis wholesale List prices for the next "0
I. KG At.
TOTICK OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
TliKumU'roimird. adrnlnlMraturuf entaii-of II I
II. l'auiati-r, dct-ad. bcrt-hy itlvca not Ire to a I
iiouj it may concern that liolmi (lied In tlie Alex
ar.der county court hl final report a uch admii.l.
inior. aim mat n win apply to .aid conrt. at t n--Sliiy
term thereof. ISTTV. and make final aef.leiueul.
and a.k fur til dl.rhaw aa au h ailmlalatrator.
JAMES MORRIS, S. Aduiinintratcr.
DM I X ISTRATOH'S XOTR E.
estate of je cuhan, dec eikeii.
The UDdera!t;ned. havlnif Keen appointed Admir
Utralor ot the mtale of Jme Clonal), laic of the
county of Alexander, and "tale of llllnola. deceaa' d.
hereby glvea notice that he will appear before tat
couuty court of Alexander couuly, at the rnnn
houae In Cairo, at the June term, ou the Third
Monday In June next, at which time all perot.a
haunn clalma aainat iialil otalu are notified and
requested to atteud for the purpoae of bavin the
aame adjuated. All peraotia ludehted to raid e
tute aru requcated tw make Immediate payment
to the Htideralirnrd.
Dated thl Twenty-fifth davof April. A. I). IsTI.
t HARI.ES u. I'ATIEU. Administrator.
ESTATE Of WILLIAM . ATHEIITON. PEI EAMli
Tim und. ralt'ned. haliitf beei: appointed Adm.;'.
iatralor ol the e-iate of William M. Athrrton. l ite gf
the county of Alexander and atate of Illinois, d '
ceased, hereby jflvea untlre that he will appear 1"
fore the county conrt of Alexander countv; at
court houae in Calm, at the June term, on t!,
third Monday In June next, ut which time ;
persona havlni: i lainia Bsalnai (aid estate are nov
lied and requested to attend for the ptirpo-e of ha'.
ins! the same adjusted. All persona Indebted to s:d
estate are reque-tnl lo make Immediate pavniett to
Dated lhi '.Mud dav of April. A I).
Social u i:iox
Friday F.vc.May : Ui7t.
For tin' liciulll of the
Cairo Temperance Rclorniriuli
TlckeUat the door. For
Gentlemen. 81. - - Ladles, Free.
fTlie regular itici tlna of the Club the
eu'iiitiK at7::)(io'clo(.'k nhurp.
i Nights and Saturday .Matinee
Abided hy the Favorlto Triii'i'dlan,
WM. II. LEA.KE,
and her New York Company of Shakes-
Friday, Mav 3d.
The Great Emotional Play,
Saturday, M ay 3d,
Saturday Matinee, futttro announce-
Atntaalon . CUtnd TO Otn.
Ho extra cbitrcu for rm-rved iciti; it Ilartnuu't