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it health, nd If yon ire without It you can neither
beg, borrow, bur nor Men! It. but you can obtain H
by ulna Seller'. Um I'll!.. Ticy tow I
Moroacli and keep th. bowel. In piodr le o
dncea healthv action In ttio liver, pronto dl'
tioti aud imparl vltjorlo thu whole.
Kr,K. bELLKIW i!t CO.. Tropt., I'ltt.hcrgh, r.
GRAVE ROBBER CAUGHT.
The moM successful sztio r'ber of the day I.
DH. LINDLEY. lly mean, of hl Moot Searcher
he ha. robbed the travo of wore who -ew ilylnc
of Scrofula, Consumption, Khcmatism. Jlerrurlal
olteasc, Canccroiu Formations, Tumors. Erv'dne
(, Jaundice, Fever and Anne, and Oeiicril 1 clll
ity. The blood 1. the life, and Dr. Lludscj h l.lood
Searcher 1. the great life preserver, li. U. Hubbard,
Hampden. Ohio. ays: 'Cleveland plyslclaiil
declared mv wile dvlng or consumption. Wytiio
osc of Dr. Llndsey'i Wood Searcher stiowa re
Mored to health." J. F. Ilrooks. PainsTlI e. Ohio,
ay.: "My .on was afflicted with scrofula of the
worst form, and pronounced incurable by feyeral
Phy.lclan. . Hi life was .aved by the 11.0 of Hr.
Lindscy's Blood Searcher." A Tumor jrowln ou
my head wa completely curi'd by the un'ol Dr.
Llndlev'. Blood Searcher. S. Saner. l'tttshurj;.
Boils, Pimple on the face. Halt Bhenui, Old
Sore, and all Cutaneous Emotions disappear like
macic when the Blood Searcher I used. See that
our name is on the bottom of llio wrapper, ror
sale bv all Dniesl.t.. , ,
K. E. SLLELltS & CO.. Prop r. Pitt.bureh. Fa.
II. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth and Washington Avenue.
RESIDENCE: Comer Nineteenth and Wash
"y II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic rhysician ami Surgeon.
Officii 13d Commercial avenue. Residence corner
Fourteenth St. and Washington avenue, Cairo
-y R. SMITH, 31. D.
Olieo nnd Residence:
NO. Jl THIRTEENTH STREET. CAIRO, ILL.
JR. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Omct-N'o. W. Commercial Avenue., between
Eicbth and Ninth Streeu
JR. V. C. JOCELYX,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
ATTOftN FA'S-AT-L AW .
JIXEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE-No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
IDWS' AND ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society.
Corner of Seventh st. and Commercial Avenue,
8 to 12 o'clock a.m., 1 to C and
1 toS p.m.
THOMAS LEWIS. Secre.arv.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL I'AI'EROF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois
Shisai. Ottkk. I
Cairo, III.. May Hi. IsTU. t
Time. liar. Ther. Hum. Wind. Vel. Weather.
fi:4ii a m 89.MH
11 : 29.WI
.Maximum Temperature. : Minimum Tem
perature, i'i-; Rainfall, U. (0 Inch.
W. II. HAY,
Serg't Signal Com?, U. S. A.
The Turner picnic will not take place
to-morrow. It is postponed for a short
Hon. J. S. Crum, of Vienna, Johnson
county, was in the city yesterday ami called
on The Bulletin.
Mr. J. W. Rowley, one oi the pioneer
family p-ocers of the Fourth ward, but now
of Pulaski, was in tlie city yesterday.
A very fair grade of strawberries were
retailed yesterday, for ten cents per box, ac
cepted out of courtc?y to the cultivators as
A meeting of the city council, to pass
upon official bonds and to transact such
other business as may be awaiting action,
will be held this evening.
Girls, this is the time and Winter's the
place to get your handsome curd photo
graphs ut 00 per dozen, lor the next !30
days. Other sizes in proportion.
Mr. R. II. Baird with screws and
blocks is engaged at the work of straight
ening up and strengthening Halliday Uro's
warehouse, just below the R. Charles hotel.
Mr. Oberly wa3 in attendance on the
Mt. Vernon convention, ami returned home
hy the first conveyance after its adjourn
ment, on account of the sickness of his
wife. A portion of his family has been
continuously sick ever since he left Cairo.
Dr. Tugiirt und wife, were neeu in
New Orleans, by onu of our clti.iins, the
other day, both of them looking as if time
had dealt with them tenderly. They will
visit Cairo in the count) of a week or two.
Ed Taggert is married, mid the father of a
An archery club, to include both mules
and females, Is in progress of formation in
the upper part of the city. Such organi
zation would bo productive of a grea! deal
of healthful recreation and pleasant pas
time, und it is a matter of some surprise
' that they are not numerous, alike in town
The best of feeling prevailed in the
"ML Vernon convention, Judge Pollock's
name was, ut his own request, withlcld
from the convention. Ou the first billot
Judge Mulkey received over two-thinis of
the entiro vote of the convention. CTuton
county,, the home of Mr. Buxton, immedi
ately changed to Mulkey. St. Clair fad
Monroe counties followed, thus makiug the
nomination unanimons. There was much
enthusiasm over the result; and that the
people would ratify the convention's work
by five thousand majority, was regarded as
-Mr. Samuel Wilson lias constructed a
new sidewalk in front of his levee business
house, that is firm and substantial, and good
for at least eight years' service, or until the
growth of that part of the city shall de
maud the displacement of wood with great
slabs of l'rec-stonc.
Hands were engaged, yesterday, in the
work of cleaning out the Fourth street
sewer. The sewer contained an immense
accumulation of vile odored filth, that was
not removed a whit too soon. Work in the
same line should be continued until every
noxious deposit of the kind has been re
moved. In a spurt of extravagncc that will
scarcely be sanctioned by the commission
ers, somebody has displaced the rags at the
court house windows by fifty cent muslin
curtains. We propose to see, when the
proper time comes, if the people's money
can be thus squandered to preserve our
county officials' complexions.
The appointment of Col. Bob Lowery
as special agent in the work of forwarding the
temperance movement in the adjoining
congressional district, is certainly an ap
pointment fit to be niadc. The Colonel is
nn eloquent talker, is tireless and enthusi
astic, and is not without experience as an
organizer, bhouia lie accept tne proiiereu
position, we are ready to underwrite that he
will give a good account of himself.
"Docs brigadier Harrell know E. B.
Green? He'll know him soon enough!
Wait! He'll find out, byme-by! It's
hunkey!" Before such gushes of ineffable
stupidity, what can we do but confess our
utter helplessness? We don't know; but
we imagine we feel ns the man felt when
he was run over by the manure cart. We
can't feel resentful. We are simply help
less. Mr. W. L. Puree, Captain of the Delta
City fire company a young gentleman
very generally known in Cairo was mar
ried Tursday night to Miss Cundiff. The
pair left on yesterday morning's train for a
short bridal tour, after which they will re
turn to Cairo nnd settle down to
the realities of married life. The
hearty good wishes of a great host of friends
Circuit court will convene on Monday
with, as we hear, Judge Dougherty on the
bench. Tiie criminal docket, although not
immensely largo, embraces a number of
very important cases. Five persons will be
arrainged fr murder. If anything can be
gained by delay, there will, ot course, be
nn effort to put oil' the trials. The term
promises to be protracted through a peritd
of three or four weeks.
Mr. M. E. McCammon has purchased
the Charley Gayer moat stand on Washing
ton avenue, thrro doors below Tenth, und
will hereafter run it in connection with his
Fourth ward stand. At both places the
very choicest meats that can be found
in the market, will always be kept, fresh
and pure, ami served out to customers in
any quantity desired. He expects to gain a
generous patronage by deserving it.
It must not be forgotten that Miss M.
A. Hogan, the popular young elocutionist,
appears in select readings in the Atheneum
this evening. The praie bestowed upon
Miss II.. as well by Cairo people who
know the lady, ns by the press of St. Louis
is so earnest and enthusiastic that it is im
possible to resist the conclusion that she is
deserving of the compliment of a crowded
house. Reserved seats for sale at Hart
mans. k 1 i
a numour 01 our cairo youtiis, some
what given to the sport of hunting and fish
ing, established a place of ren-
Pdezvous on Cache ; built a shanty and nip-
plied it with sundry cooking utensils,
rough tableware, etc. They gave to the lo
cality the uame of "Hunter's Re4." A day or
two ago one or two of the parties in interest,
culled at the Rest.'" and found the hut
literally gutted of everything that was
worth carrying away.
Health officer Wocten found the nuis
ance on the commons to w hich his attention
was called, to consist chiefly of a load of
manure a negro man had ignorantly placed
there a night or two before. He found the
old fellow and made him remove the un
sightly heap. The Health officer expects
and desires to be informed of obnoxious
accumulations, but will not iiiMst that his
informants resort to the public journals
to communicate with him.
"I sec. remarked one ot our visitors
yesterday, "that the Jackson county physi
cians charge ten dollars for reducing
strunguiuteii lrmia. It s outrageous. If I
were to pass through Jackson coimtv a
thousand times I'd never strangulate my
hernia until I passed the county line!"
Saying which the gentleman threw aside
the paper lie had been reading in a tniinnt
that said as plainly 119 words' could havu
done it 1 "This whole piece of professional
rascality is aimed directly at me."
It is rather a singular happening, but
it operates greatly to the advantauo of the
picnicers to-day that not a drop of rain
Ims fallen on the grounds at Glen Fern,
selected for the Reform Club picnie. The
grounds are perfectly dry, and as the fore
rnstof the weuther given yesterdav even-
ing, was lavsraoic, tlie promise is that tho
immense train of sixteen curs will be
THE nATT.V CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOKMnq. MAY 17, 1879.
tolcrablv -veil filled by men, women .and
children from Cairo. Delegations will be
taken on at Mound City, uimstcau ami
other points, and it is quite probable that
the temperance folks of Vienna will attend
in considerable numbers. Hence tho indi
cations arc that it will be the largest party
that ever picniced in Johnson county.
Early yesterday morning a floater was
seen lodged in the brush in the Ohio river
in front of the depot of the Cairo and St.
Louis railroad. The conmer- was untitled,
summoned a jury and proceeded to nn in
spection of the body. Tho flesh had
sloughed from the face, hands and arms,
indicating that the body had been in the
water several weeks. Nothing could be
found about his person to indicate his name
and place of residence, except a fragment
of an cnvelopon which was written Warren,
Harry or Harvey O . He was dressed
as steamboat deck hands usually dress, and
had in his pocket a punched labor check
aud two tickets iu the Missouri State lot
tery. The remains were taken in charge
by undertaker Feith, and buried at the ex
pense of the county
We are pleased to receive the nssur
nnccthat Judge Mulkey's competitors tor
the honor of the Mount Vernon nomination
(Messrs Pollock and Buxton) have expressed
themselves satisfied with tho decision of
their parry, aud will lend to its nomineo an
earnest ami effective support. We have
not the honor of a personal acquaintance
with either gentleman; but in their ability
to at once rise superior to the heart-burning
and resentments that are iuseperable
troin a sharp canvass before the people,
we see the manifestation of a manly spirit,
and an abiding respect for the behests
of their party, that leaves no dou'jt in our
mind as to the genuineness ol their Democ
racy. Neither of them won the nomina
tion ; but both of them won largely upon
the friendship of the people something
that no man can afford to value lightly.
It is at times like the present that the
people, especially farmers, feel most heavi
ly the hardships growing out of the main
tainance of that fossilized abomination,
the jury system. Twenty-three men, fully
halt of them from their plows, will bo call
ed in to sit a week or moro on
that one-sided inquisition, the
grand jury, and about forty-eight men will
be taken from their different avocations to
serve a week or more on that judicial ex
crescence, the traverse jury. In the former
case the business could be performed in
one-tenth the time, at one-fourth the cost,
and with greater justice and satisfaction to
everybody, by information filed in court in
vacation or term time; and in the latter
case the mere statement of the fact that
the Judge, learned in the law, sits and
hears every word that goes to the jury, and
is clothed with power to approve or set
aside the verdicts formed, is unanswerable
proof of the uselessness of that service.
With these facts staring them squarely in
the face, sensible men, "caught upon the
jury" have au indefeasible right to swear.
A hundred men and women constitu
ted the crowd at Reform club hall last
night, which, in the absence of attractions
ot any kind, may be considered a good
turn out. It was u meeting, simply, for the
transaction of business. Tho few talks
that were made were extra. The
treasurer reported that he bad
received from nil, sources since July
last i"i0, and had expended $480.
Mr. Barclay, spokesman for Dr. Dunning,
detailed the arrangements for the picnic
to-day. Two trains would leave the city.
The first train would carry the Cairo peo
ple and go through without stopping. The
second train would stop and take on way
passengers. The same rule would obtain
in returning. Not a drop of water had
fallen in Glen Feru, and the grounds were
perfectly dry. The committee had ar
ranged for an abutment supply ot refresh
ments, w hich were already on the grounds.
The train would start at 8 o'clock, etc
Captain Williams followed, nnd endorsed
Mr. Barclay as a truthful man he'ej wager
tortune tml sacred honor that the state
ments made were true. Dr. Dunning felt
called upon to explain that the audience
"must not infer from the remarks made
that it hal not rained at Glen
Fern lor six years. Tho vegetation
there 1 1 ml not parched of thirst, nor had the
creeks gone dry. Nature was ut her
best dry, but not crisped." The business
thus disposed of, Mr. Hush was called
upon to address the meeting; but excused
himself ou the ground that be was unpre
pared; but would respond at another time.
Mr. Barclay was then called out und ad
dressed the crowd for a short time, in u
very pleasant vein, commanding very close
attention. As we were in the act of leav
ing we were told that Capt. Jnm.s .
Miller would follow Mr. linrclay,
ami that we might say, at a venture,
that it was the crowning effort of the even
ing, nnd that he sat down amidst u round of
uproarious applause that shook the hall to
its very foundations. Having said this, wo
conclude our story of what we know about
bust night's temperance meeting.
Always reliable and rllkucioiK. Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrup never disappoint moth
ers nnd nurses, but cures ut once tlm troub
lesome diseases of babyhood. KuM (.Vcry
where at 3" cents 11 bottle,
QtT.HY. Why will men hiiioi;,. (mm0,
tobacco when they can buy Marlnm. jjeo's
"Seal of North Carolina" at the s-n,K. )vkv
For The Cairo Bullotli.
"HARD PAN" VALIANTLY VINDI-
CATEs 31 US. SNOBS.
From the tenor in which tho Elco corres
pondent of the Argus-Journal writes, ho
must have been completely overwhelmed
by what he is pleased to term a powerful
effusion from Hard Pan, of Thebes. Beg
pardon, Mr. J.; Hard Pan did'nt know you
had such a weak constitution or ho would
have- mado tho dose of his effusion less in
quantity nnd weaker In quality, he hopes
you'll soon recover. Ho tried to convince
you that the "set to" (as you call it) be
tween Mrs. Snobs and Hector was an affair
concerning the people of Thebes, who are
fully capable of attending to their own lit
tle affairs, but should they need assistance,
they claim the privilege of making their
own selection. Hard Pan has a curious
idea, that common courtesy would prevent
a person from meddling with things that
4-don't concern him, and for such, patents
and legal enactments are unnecessary. He
also has another strange notion, that
is, when a person "comments" on any
thing ho should know whereof he com
merits, and ns J. admits that lie only reads
The Caiho Bulletin accidentally, (which
shows iu him a great lack of appreciation
for a first-class newspaper) it follows as a
matter of course that in this case he knew
very little of the subject upon which he
commented. What is it Mrs. Snobs lias
written that merits the rebuke of any one,
and your sanction Mr. J.? Here is the sum
and substance of the offence; "Our school
is progressing finely under tho instruction
of Miss Jennie Warwick. The pupils seem
to acquire knowledge more rapidly than
they have for several years." Ye gods,
what a wrong! A simple tribute to the
worth of a good teacher. Who is wronged,
by this; the pupils? No, Juot without it is
wrong to praise pupils for being diligent in
their studies. The parents; No, for
they are always pleased to know that their
children are advancing in useful knowl
edge. School directors? Hardly, for it is a
credit to them to have good schools. Other
teachers? Surely not, for the true teacher
feds a jut pride in the bestowal of praise
upon a member of his profession. Then
who is it that is wronged ? Hard Pan gives
it up, and leaves the matter with those who
make such conundrums a specialty; he
holds to his first conclusion, J. 's unconquer
able desire to mix in that "set to."
No, Mr. J., Hard Pan would not call
your interference by such a hard name as
a crime;" he would name it an indiscre
tion or probably a blunder. It you would
subscribe for, ami carefully read Tun
Caiho Bulletin (which is always tilled
with good solid, logical reasoning and the
very choicest of literary matter) instead ot
T.x'J sheets of so light weight that you dare
not let them "lie around loose." you would
be better able to discriminate between a
crime and a blunder. Hahd Pan.
Thebes, 111., May 1ST!).
AT THE PLANTERS HOUSE.
Fred Micth, Little Rock; Edward Lynch,
Stanton, Mich.; E. C. Johnson, Michigan
City; C.H. Call. Ullin, Ills.; II. C.IIughes,
Mobile; T. Tate, St. Louis, (I. W. Emer
son, St. Louis; D. Levy, N. J.; J.W. Coch
ran, Popular Bluff.
Ik you want your horses and mules shod
in first class style, go to Fred Ilofheinz,
near Sixth street on Commercial avenue.
He has in bis employ the best horse-shocrs
in Southern Illinois. Satisfaction guaran
The Turner picnic will be postponed un
til further notice.
Ice, Ice Wholesale and Retail in
largo or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Lake Ice in such quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargeants, on Eighth street, or address
me through the post-office.
F. M. Waiid.
Guoceuiks, New and Fhesh. I have a
full line of fresh family groceries of every
variety, just received, and for sale ut close
figures. All kindsof vegetables fresh from
the gardens, A large stock of canned
goods, 4'niits, ' etc., at Trigg's old stand,
Washington avenue. J. E. Spilleii.
Lohillaiid'h Tin Tug smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Lorillard's Nickle Nuggets and Dime
Nuggets, for sale at F. Korsmeycr's at fac
Fikht class cut cards at the Bulletin
office at St. Louis wholesale prices. Print
ing $1.00 to l.fio per thousand.
ICE! ICE! ICK!
I am prepared to furnish ice wholesale
or retail all through the season, Office,
Eighth street, iH-tween Commercial and
Washington avenues, next door to Bristol's
grocery store. Jacoji Klek.
Ten Cents Wouth. If you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hail cut for 25 ceritu, or anything cdsoln
the tnnanriul line, remember the place to
go 0 is Henry Schick'?, No, 1-P2 Commer
That I have the Largest anil Finest stock of Spring and
Summer Clothing, that I am able to sell my goods at a
lower price than any similar house in Southern Illinois, are
facts that should be of importance to all varieties of cus
tomers. The great success of my business, and its immense
growth within a brief period, furnishes the proof of my
I therefore invite every man and boy in the vicinity to call
and be fitted with my beautiful Navy lUue suits for .00, or
handsome scotch suits for $12.00.
I am prepared to sell ready-made clothing equal to the
custom work of merchant tailors.
Square dealing and low prices are the open secrets of - my
Straw hats of the most fashionable manufacture. John B.
Stetson hats direct from the factory. Gentlemen's furnish
ing goods; a complete assortment. This is no talk, but facts.
For proof call at
. A.. MAEX'S, 61 Ohio Levee.
LIST OB" ADVEKTISED I.ETTEltS HEMAININO IX
TIIE CAtllO I'OST OFFICE "MAY 17, lTU.
Hnriic. Kuril 1. Mi
li.-htiM, Victoria iji
Cm11iil'Ii:ui. Mnrv Mint)
lliokiy. Aiinio Mii
Hurry'. Miiulp Mi
.Icukiun. I upllola .Min
McKimnn, Fruncis .Mr
Moi. Mury .Mr
Power, Mury L. Mlfs
Hiiiii-y, Fraiik Mm
!lirnrcr, .'Hi I it: Mrn
Miami", llnrrii t Mrs
Amilla. Zn'tlis Vim
Hurut-tt. Ciirrit' .Mimi
Il.irus. Klinim Mr
1hHmii. Mairiv Min
ll:irr..-on. Sarah .Vrn
Joue. Lizzie Mr
.Liih-k. F.ii.!il-lH Mm
Mnin-nl. Amrliii Mr
U'l'cuiimrn, .Mary Ml
lfolii-rt'oH. II. ,1. Mr
KiivmutKl. W . Mrn c.'i
Thomun. May Wii-f
Wilfou, Juuu Mrs
Alllmnil. .Ino F.
J tin u haul. Dun
( :irr, P.
Ellin. irli-sliT In itraw)
Eh. rlini:. Henry
En rich, A. I),
(.iiildwav. V. U.
llullie..l(i-. M. H,
Mnran. Jin i.
O'c "iiiiui-. J.-n-tn'uh,
Jin li ki u. ( a!viii
Steele Mini I'riro
Stlllirt. li. II
llrailiey. C. i.
iiivlon. li U,
Fnrroii. Smnu l
t.ocirieli. .'. L.
Ilm.u r. (it o.
H'"v. J. M.
II ill. "Tha.!.
tliihusiii), L. L.
Man n in.'. .1. S.
Murthi. .lolm U.
Nii le. C lu..
Feeler. .laeoh A .
I'l'alit .el. J no.
KiiliiiiMin, V. Hi(ieinior)
Smith. H.-nry J.
Hi' tin. snm
Wi!liatiiiiii. J.J. .
I'K-u-c pay lulvettineil" wln-n calling fur K-lter.
John J. Stelzeii lias rciiiDvetl his stuck
to Eighth street in the store lately v:t-tntc-il
liy II. Inut. Ho has :i lurire stuck
of jewelry fit nil kiniN, watches, cIik ks.etc.
His silverpl.iteil ware is unsiirim.-seil nml lie
sells, down, down, way below anything ever
yet ottered in this market. His watches
and clfjcks are also down to the smallest
margin. He is a first-class jeweler and
works surju-isinly cheap, repairing lime-
jiieces and jewelry, and always guarantees
his work. Try him.
WIRE SCREENS, Fl'RNttTKE, ETC,
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
streets; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
nnd kept on sale. Ilcpairini; nnd uphol
stering done on short notice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for screens,to bo made up in the latest
and best style. Prices very low.
Mr. Paul M. Freidrich, known to our
people as a successful educator, will pcn a
(!crman-Knglish School, in Turner's Hall,
on the first Monday in June.
All branches will be taught that ire re
garded essential to a thorough practical ed
ucation. An evening school, at Mr. F's residence
on Ninth street, will bo opened nn the
evening of tho same day. Private lessons
in German or any other study given, on lib
For particulars apply to Mr. Freidrich, at
11 pound Old Harry Letter Heads.
ry " " " Note Heads.
") " Linen Letter Heads.
2 " Linen Note Heads.
The UKST (iuility of paper at prices of
the cheapest grade.
vYi pound statements all colors.
10 pound Hills Lading.
M and 10 pound Hill Heads all sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing $1,110 c.tra.
Huling and Binding, all kinds at The
Notice, to all whom it .may concehn:
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any nf its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless tho
saini) is made on a written order Bigncd ly
myself, and the order must he attached to
the bill when presented, and-no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. llMvafT.
Envelops printed at the hulletin ofllce,
1 .00 pcrM. Envelops furnished at St.
Louis wholesale List prices for the next 80
Daniel Stringer, Esecutor. I'lalr.t::T,
It. I. Cocke, ut al. (lvtaiilarti
Notice of tale m equity.
By virtue of a Jnil'.'iiient and order nf na!e of t!:i
Ilallanl Common I'leanC'onri. rendered at the Jai.e
ary term thereof, li-ni, iu the atim H ieii cuu- the
iiiiilerni.'iieil will, oil Monday, the l'.'t'h day of M:iv,
IST'.i, lieiHeen the Hour of M o.clotk a in. in.'l I
o'clock p. m.. at the court hotie door. Iu H.anihilli.
Mallard county, Keuliiekv. i lieini; coimtv court dn i
proceed to epoe to pulillc aie. to the hlchrM hill-dt-r.
the follow I in; ilen-rl lied prop'-rlv, viz : (u.e tract
of land, lieini; lot No. . In the general dlvl-lon of
the Honald Military mrvev. hetweeii the heirn and
vetldei ti of naid Houald. Kill 1 lot No B belli u divid
ed Into loin, mreet and alleyn. Said lot No. ,'i am)
A. lie oppocitc tho rliv of Cairo liliuoin. and i-.t
the termititm nf the New Orleans. Chicago aud St.
l.oni railroad. oiherwlc Mln,ii--iipi Central, and
commonly knovui an EaM i airo. or a nu :)!'. lent
(itliinttty thereof to produce the !;rii nf al n it
t '.i mi, the anion i, I of money ro ordered to lie uia! :
and the cnH hereof.
TEKMs: r-ale nLPie made on a rr dit of ii. 1:.
1- and '.'I month. Tin- pun Im-er wi:i e r-uir d
to jitve liiikd with Hpptnu-u ectirlli-. for the pay
Meiitof purchn-f niniji v. to have thefuro; nnd i f
f, i t of a Id-plevlu timid.' h-arliic Iciral in:ere! frn'-i
Hie d:iy ol faie, wlili n lien re-.-rvd upoti ra'd
property, until all the punhare money i pah!.
. T. II WHITE.
Commiiiiitior iH Ii:i'.!ard Common I'leas Court.
lie ins perfect y familiar with the Impor'ai.i e of
the polui ut En-t t -lini. from an nciuaii.tali'-e of
thirty yearn. I (eel that I nuirlit to vn'.i pnh.n: tt. ti
thill to ll value. III. from twelve to l'.lli"i-n f t
higher than the ordinal wound of the city of l airo
and ahove a',1 ordinary fl. .,. much of it' i atmve
hi.'h vwiter mark. Situated ut the oci lu-ion of two
of the t;reat. t river on the uitr.ln. nt. In the en
ter of u ureal nfricultuariw and I'lunalai f.irin; f
L'iou. and rapidly lieeoiun. u in-at railroad o nt.-r.
it cannot fail al an early day to In rorv n p,,mt i f
ilrr-t Importance. A ,J WAHI'EN.
Alt'.rney fer str;:.-t r. Executor
Saturday Nijxht Mav 17.
I'y the rifled and lU'onipH-l.ed your.; t-locutioi
Hslcoiiy Scene. Houko and Juliet
Tyrannm mid TLli-Kc
Creed- of tlie Hells.
Peter Sorham iu Love
: i ;c.
Charlie Muilin e
Auction E:raordii:: .-y .
The Ilrlden of Kmlerly
shak- iije are
Fannie IfaVlle Sherrii k
Phantom of Love
Doors open at T1
p. ni.; KtaiUni: lie?in al S p ci.
TICKETS ON SALE Ac HAHTMANS
New, Kant (iud K!eir.;mt l'nnnntrr
Si JAMES W. GAFFS
HOHEIiT WISE. ..
(i. W. THOMPSON.
Will cell Hound Trip Ticket from Cairo. Metrop
olin, Pniliiciili and Smillilaiid, to Cincinnati ami re
turn, irood durinu' the nionilei of Mav and .lime,
(includlni: Ktaleroom in port) lor Ten Dollar"!
Cincinnati ollern more iittractlotix to vlitor Ihone
two montliH than durini: nil others of the year
And wlnliioi! to favor excurlonliii', I make thi
liheral reduction to any wMiIiil' to make the round
trip. Tho North American SienyjcrfcM commences
Juiiolltli: U-nter Wiillack. the Oreat Tragedian:
Madam Anderson, tho Champion Walker; aud
Paul llovton, the world reiiowued Swimmer, will
Tim Aulnmln In the Zoological (iarileti will he
In their (Uinnier iiurters. Shlllilo's groal Drv
lioodi Pnliice it hu llazaar of American Fashlon"i
-will liavo tipriiiL' nml summer opcn'tiL's until
And with the ' IlUI-toti ltesons
to all, thu "Paris ol America'' will
bu seen when
THE "OAFF" CA1IHIES A FI LL ST1IINO HANI)
A irood time Is tiromised. Invite vour frlcuN.
nnd Join us Iu a trip.
I eiivu Cairo, p. in.. Friday May Kill. Monday
May .'!. Friday, June 111, Monday. Jr.uo :in. Fri
day, July IH. Your, lle-pect'l'ully.
IIOIIEHT W. WISE.
IN ISTKATOU'S NOTICE.
ESTATE III' .tAJIKS CI.oNAN. DKl EASKtl.
The tindersltiied. luivlni; lieeu nripoinled Admin
istrator ol the estate of James Chilian. Into oi the
county of Alexander, und state of lllluols. deceas( d,
tierehy Ulve notiee that lie will appear liel'ore the
county court of Alexander county, ut thu court
house In Citlro, ut tint Juno term, ou tho Tlilni
.Monday In Juno next, ut which lime all persons
liiivinir claim nu'iilnst mid estuto are notified und
requested to attend for the purpose or having thu
same adjusted. All persons Indebted to said es
tutu are requested to innko Immediate, tmvuicnt
Id lilt) llllderslifiied.
Haled till Twenty-fifth day of Apill.A. H. LST'l.
CHAHLKS 0. 1'ATIEli, Admlnlidrutor.
KHTATK OF WILLIAM M. ATIIKIITON. MiCEASKM
Tho timlorslKiied, huvlns been appointed Admin
trulor or the I'stutit ol William M, Atbertoii, lutu of
tho county of Alexander und statu of Illltiol. de.
censed, hereby ulves notice thai ho will appeur bu
fore tho county court of Alexander county; at tho
court-luiumi in Cairo, at thu July tenn,,oti the
second Monday In July next, ot which llino all
person huvlnx claims upilnst said oiluto arc mill,
fled aud reiiuostod to alien, ' I'.-r ti. tTnrim.,, ..r i.....
Ill U the sumo iidliisted. All n.ia lii,l,.l,i,..i ... ...1.1
pstiito aro requested tu mnku Inimedlalu pHynioJit to
'ho tiiidorslirneil. 1 "'"'vu,
Dated this iNnd dnv of April, A. I. ISTfl
JACOB UIOOLE, AdiiilnMrutor.