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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUEDAY .MORNING, MARCH 2, 1330.
A LI, ADVKHTlSlfVKSTS In thin column. o(
w llm each or lnm will be published fur
you mi Insertion;:! itm .. W cenu; 1 week. UU
nontu. I. Vi; :l mouth nltl.oul change. 8li per
kinnOi. Kiicn a. Uli lotm lie. urorai i. n.iuuio.ii
Ill IV WANTED
Tn i..am On. mroiMiter and loincr'a trade, Mint
fee auiarl mid active, K tu I'.l year of "f
Owmiiw aud purchaser of real estate' In Cairo
f koala lie tart' they Have a rimiu uuu. '
prepared to Inniieu abstract at r'',0!!.'.,I"J''"
M . EAS I lull DA i .
Ortlre in Court Hon.'.
Villi 4 U.K.
A. order .good lor Jlfl". If l'P.l',;j11"n 8t-v(
InkltM Mendl.-ndiim l'lnno- Will lie 'l
Apply at till" oltlco.
Hr. 1. .1. Bvrtie can accommodate 8 row (lay
boader. aluo hoard and room lor two. I rices very
low. Applv ai lier house next to tho I athihli
church on Washington avenue,
llOl SB AND LOT rt'll SALE .
Hrtii-candlot ituat"d on ,lelTeron and Thlr-
leeu'h ntrc'1 lietw Ictlor'OU Mid (.Velar Htrn'ts.
.Said property situated a follows, ton it: Lot mini
kered ila block number U) In lb Third addilioa
to the city of Cairo. For furl lu r part 1'1"lu
iialreat the house. THli.MAS II. IN fLK.
IJatcd tliic . Itth day of Kcb. ISsu.
"yy H. MARFAN, M. 1).,
Homeopathic Physician ami Suv?eon.
lUce 14(1 ti. .imercial avenue. RealdVnce corner
Fourteenth Si. aud Washington aveuue, l alro
R. E. V. WIIITLOt'K,
limes No. 1W Commercial Aveuue, between
fiiiUtto aud Ninth Street
R. W. C. JOCKLYN,
D E XTIST.
OKKti'E-Elsli'a Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFI"B:-Wi;h ihe Widows" and Oorpaana' Mu
ni! Aid Society.
: YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Tlie Lavirest Variety
ix tiik city
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nir.etcnth street and (,
Commercial Ave.. 1
C. O. PATIKK te CO.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manularturvrof and Dealer !uAI?o
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE,
fcrAU. KINIIS OF JOB WilHK BUN B TO (IllUKIt Ji.J
NO. 27. EIliHTII STKKET.
:AIW(). : : : 1M.I.VOI.-
QAIUO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE telMsQ. STATES.
(lu i.udafier Monday. line 'I, the dout will make
the faiiow;ui; trip-:
LXAVe I.KAVr.s I.KVK4
Foot Fie:rtlt n Mi"o iri l.mid'i;. Kentut ky Ld'i;.
. tu. S: .in a m. ' a. ni.
e a. in. 1 1: 31 u. in. 11 a. it..
-,' p. in. !!: p. ni. :l p in.
I p in. 4 M p. at. ' p. in
i p. m. p. in. p. tu
TO OHIO LEVEL.
No din nr dut y m"aiiri. 1 r eupmed lo air.
Milk delHerv.-l twice a Ja.i.
SEALED IN I'IXT ItOTTLKS.
Try it utid nee I i r ; Tiri-'.ve.
ii't PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
'ah on ileliveij of 1 1 k t -.
WHl)I.l:s!.E WINF.H AMI I.HjVoRs.
IVholtimlu aud Hetiill Dealeia In
Foreign and Doinost ie Liquors
W'inct ol' nil ICincls.
NO. (hi OHIO LEVEE.
MK"-"!W. SMYTH A 0 . have ciii'.ini:y n
unit utix.k of the huxt tfiind-1 1, the inarliel. inid
r Knf . SMYTH 1 n
ivc rapeclul alteuttou 10 ii'D nijj;ui:e DMtiui ul
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
KNTEIM'.l) AT THE POST OFFIl'tt IN CAIRO. IL
I.I NOW. AS SECOND-CUSS MATTKH.
OFFICIAL PAPEK OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morniiiff Daily iiiSoutheru Illinois.
Cairo, 111., March 1, I).
"Time. liar. Ther. Hum. Wind. Yd Weataer.
fi a. in W.n
7 " J,.i.!i:
ID " UU.W
11 I.t Uaiu
Maximum Teinpe.rature.iiiS; Minimum Teui
pertture. MS ; Kalufall 0 SI Inch.
mt.T4ltolttl.cu. W. II. RAY.
Serir't Sijna! Corn. U. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
At Washington hall on Easter J
A first class cook. Apply immediately
nt No. 6, Fifth street, of
Miss Kittie Mili.eu.
Fifteen white girls to make baskets. Ap
ply at the Box factory office, corner of Com
inercial avenue and Eighth street.
By the day, week, single meal, or with
meals and lodging: day boarders preferred.
Location pood, only one Mock from the
pnstofltce. on Thirteenth street, west of
Wash in ''ton avenue. John Bf.rciiei'..
Fifty ship carpenters and laborers to
work in the ship yards of Ed. T. Lawler,
Metropolis. 111. Also two yoke of cattle to
weix'h about 2,800 pounds.
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD !
Fifty dollars reward will be paid by the
undersigued, for the recovery ot the body of
Fred Whitcatup, who was drowned in the
Mississippi river, several miles above Cairo,
on Sunday, February 2''nd. lie is of me
dium height; wore Canton flannel under
clothes; Mite cheviot over-shirt; vest and
knit jacket; blue jeans pants, and wore
shoes. Mhs. Fked Wih:vmi
(Memphis and . New Orleans papers
please copy and send bill to this otlice.)
coal: coal: :
I am prepared ti furnish the citizens of
Cairo with a uiod quality oi coal at the
lowest rates. Vpoa lenvim,' orders at the
corner of Tenth and Commercial, it will be
delivered to any part of the city.
At A. IlaUi-y's on Commercial avenue op
posite Seventh street. The largest and
finest stock to be found in tii" city. Tin
and hollowware of all kinds. Fine cut
levy, a !ari;c assortment of bird caires.
Fihin tackle in great variety, hooks,
lines, roils and reels. Shot guns and hunt
ers' out Jits, ammunition, etc. A new sup
ply of the Dispell carpet sweepers. Gnrdeu
and firm implements. Fhjwer baskets
and hardware of all kinds. Carpenters'
tools, cross-cut savv-, wood .saws. etc.
Co ikiiti,' stoves, the bot in the market.
Call on him and examine his stock and
prices before you buy.
Wanted. Shetmau & C Marshall,
Mich., want an tient in this county at
once at a salary of 100 per mouth and
expanses paid. For full particulars ad
dress as abo.e.
A Tll.V.KDIAS's Tll!!OAT. -E d'.vin Iijoth,
like most ot his professional bri-th'en, sti:'
fiTs i'reii.intly from severe ini! iiiimatio:; of
tin; throat, which prevents him oecastonaily
from appeiiriii,' on tin' stae. Tliis tle'atri
cal sore throat is sometime so s-iious tint
i', actuilly drives an actor into prlvu'e '.:!'.
i!oo!!i. lu'W. v-r. pr impflv stop, t ! i lir-t
(5 lie's Liniment L
Gii.F.'s Pil.i.s cures eiiil's and fever,
'y all ilrtiirtfi-.-ts. Send for p imohlet.
'.lie-. Vi') Wet ilro'tdwttv. N. Y.
l!t'i'-., A'."!r.s. Trial size '.'" c m'.s.
! F.wo'.t to a :ck FitiKMi. I;' you
ave a tVieitd suileiino from any dor ie
f the kida-vs s -ri-i tliem a pai-kae of
KM:iev-Woft. and will yo-. mike t! i.-m
tappy. Its jrreat tnio power i- epvia:ly
lirecteil to these liivases, rind i: qn'ieklv
relieves tiie ilistr-ss and cures the di,-.a-e.
Have you tried it.
lien i.Eiiort i. N. ('.. Sept. IT. TiTn.
Messrs. Moiiuan tt Ai.i.kn, 3!) St. John St..
New York City:
Dear Sirs:- I; ail'irds in" 'Teat tu'a-un
to iniorm von nj t.ie woii'iertui cuiv vour
uiv wiih, iieriinc'.rr lllt'l nronotinee. iir
i- ii . i ... t .
incurable of Bii.'lit's disease of the kidnevs.
but, thanks to you, she is as well to-day as
she ever w as m her life. Sic s av ie is
certain if it had not been for vour medicine
sil" would li.v.v ii."'ll dead before th tinie.
and truly Imjies that all who suil'.-r will
Itii'jiitVkidiiey di-ejse, will trv vour "Con
stitutioti Water" beli ire tliev wait too Imer
ihin;' yon muny hatipv vears. and that
your inedieint; may re neb every suffeier. I
am sirs, very resperttuilv yours,
Wn.i.i.vM A. Tui'vatiian
Ask your driiist for it.'
Mainf. Nkws. Hop Bitters, which is
a.ivoru-eii in our columns, nre a sure cun
tor aifue. Iiilimisness nnd kidney cnmti'nints
I hose who use them say thev cannot bo too
niurUiV tecommendi'd. Thosu Rlllictet
should irive tliem a fair trial, and will bo
come thereby e'lihininstic In the pnin) o
their curative (i;a!i!les. Portland Arjjiis.
( M-r nc WmtH There be those who sav
mat i.i'-ri! ii'M-i i.e no!ie lliietllplopeil tiillt
there is work I'm ad, if they will but do it.
l.M we say. is, let every one who hai a
rinirii or cou take Ila',1 s UuNam at onee.
It is the only reliable remedy, that never
lai.i tj cure.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
A shag jihrase. Rub with Sr. .Ia
See notice of cook wanted in another
Mr. Sain Burner is in the cast buyitii,' a
spring stock of clothing, etc.
Mr. Kuox. general wigtcm aijcnt of
the Green Line, was ia the city yjsterday.
The Box Factory wants fifteen girls, to
make baskets. See. notice in another
The jury in the case of Mrs. Meacham,
at Mound City, gave her fourteen years in
Mr. A Marx left this morning via Cairo
A Vincennes railroad, for ,ew York, where
he goes to renew his stock.
We met on the streets yesterday, the
Rev. Mr. Whittaker, looking much im
prove I by his trip south.
Capt. Billy Williams will spend this
week, aud probably longer, in Kentucky,
stirriun up the tobacco trade.
Messrs. A.Mackie & Co. are taking out
the old and putting in new driers, at their
corn meal mills.
Thomas' Hair Soap, if used regularly
will keep your head clean and your temper
cool. Buy it of Geo. 11. O'Hara.
The Cairo cv St. Louis railroad are
again rustling trains to St. Louis on regu
lar time, the track being clear of high
Mr. II. II. Knowles, special traveling
agent of the Equitable Life Assurance
society, is at the Planters' house. He ex
pects to remain in the city several weeks.
Mr. John Major is prepared t furnish
all kinds of new wagons and buggies on
credit, on approved, paper or very low for
Smoke, the "Faultless" if you want a
five cent cigar that will give as good snis-
factJln as any ten cent one in the market.
Buy them of F. Korsmyer.
-Tlie attention of our readers is direct
ed to the card of the Alexander County
bank t be f ma I in another column this
morning, as win ie seen ny reierring to
its statement, its surplus goes on. steadily
increasing while it controls a goo share
ot tiie l inking business of the citv.
Yesterday morning Mr. .lis. Barclay
received a telegram from Louisvilie. which
sra'ed that his brother, Hugh Barclay, a
banker at li issellville. had been stricken
lara'ysis at the Gait house, and his life w is
uspunMot. I :ie telegram was lromvy.
P. B arcl.iy, a younger brother, cashier ot
the Kussehvi.k' bans. Argus.
Mr. John Major has now on hand a
!'i-"-i hit ot farm and sunn'' wagons, log
iv.gon, one norse, io nors? ana suikv
. i .....
plows, Tessier's best, and double and single
arrows. New and wcond han i buggies
very cheap for cash nr approved paper. Go
n 1 .e them.
Wiliiam P. Smyth arrived here Sunday
veaing from New Orleans after an abvn'ce
oi several weeKs. ve regret u uivc io siaie
tint Mr. Smyth was attacked with inil.im
tu ition of the stomach while in the south
in 1 arrived in Cairo in nn impaired state
health. He reports everything in the
soctli in a flourishing condition, especially
in New Orleans, where there is a great tie.
man I lor wmie laoor. jin-iioiciiieii are
, ... . I T ... . . 1 . ..
etting forty C"nts an hour. The demand
tor white labor is one of the custom house
abuses in New Orleans. The negroes.
icked up by federal authority, have be
come an in' '1' rali. e nil sam e to steamboat
ovners nn-i ageit
wiii are iMcriiiineit
now to :;.'rt tle-ir
lights in the employ
ment ul w bite men oti'v.
We had tli pleis'iie ot niecti'ig to-lay,
Mr. M. .1. Moriu. .! tiie I nn of Sibeil &
M nan. genera! advertisers, of New Yolk
City. Tins firm has now erected on ti.e
ieirvb .at Three State, a large advertising
frtme in th interest of soine (lj o.ir leading
lilelC'l l'lts. !ltl I U serie., nl others Will
low. hr.en ! I for tie steamboat Jaine,
Fi.-k. V.s i the f'rryboit. Having seen an I
eVlHUtl'M til'! Woll; We o Hot hesitate to
ji:o;ioi::iee it n very a' tract ivi' maimer of
a iviing at a very trilling cost. This
e'.as, i.f advertising seems ti meet with
g"M-T'il fiyjiroval, judging from the number
o! or . Iirs they have taken and we hope may
be to both tliem aud advertisers, reitnineia
live. -The steam t John Dlppold, nf the
Mis,iippi Valiey Hue, arrived at thi- port
Saturd .y, eleven days out lVuia N'e Or
leans, she had in tow live, barb's ami two
fuel barges of an aggregate tonnage of nine
thousan I ton. and one thousand tons of
bonded freight for St. Louis. She in idea
remarkably fa-ttrip against a treniendoiis
river from lout Adams into Cairo, with
this heavy tmv, and not to include the time
lost in fog and storm and cleaning out on
the way. If Mr. Iliarstiek ha any horn
to be-tow he should give them to the ip.
pold right uway. She is the best pusher,
tuo best oilicered und the best
looking boat by all odds in the liiie, She
can take in the Ciazy I torse on n trip ju.si
n ca-y u t!i(- tiilmuii' iviiibl fliml) a raft
in low water. As to thy Future City, she
could live to her nn extra supply ol shafts.
and ciaijks and then walk off with herself,
and her tow, The ntlicers of the Dlppold
are: Samuel A. Toms, inaMi.r; Captain
lownseiid und Billy Bell, pilots: .I 'll' Pn-cy
.... i n:.o. ii..... u .... l. , . .
I :io iiviv le'-iie, engineer; --aiu cillOeiles,
1 mute, auJ Di.cVjrJjhu Ilayen, curpeutcr.
Messrs. Taylor and Gladden, ageuts rf
the "S iutheni Colored Emigration Society,"
inform us that for the last two weeks or
more, the emigration of colored people
from Tennessee and Mississippi has aver
aged one hundred per week. They go from
here to all parts of the state in search of
employment aud an ultimate home. If
there is really a demand for unskilled labor
in Illinois that cannot be supplied by the nu
merous breadle.ss and homeless idlers who
infest our cities, we cannot object to the la
bors of the"Eniigration Society." But in view
of existing tacts wo can not believe this to
be the case. Within the last few weeks
there have come tnder our personal obser
vation, several colored men, who had been
north cudeavering to find among the peo
ple who love "the black man as a brother,"
that contentment, which they sought in
vain among the people o the south. But
they were disappointed, and were here
going from grocery to grocery, begging a
few crackers nnd a little cheese,
saying that they had not had a morsal for
several days. When wc consider the uegro's
proverbial aversioa to legging, we
must admit that these were really in
want, aud that they had been
lured away from at least a
subsistence by misrepresentations with re
gard to Illinois. We can not help but be
lieve that th;se emigration societies are in
some way under the supervision of Repub
lican schemers, who have determined to se
cure all doubtful states (of which Illinois is
one) for the Republican candidate at the
next election, by inducing the colored
voters, even at the sacrifice of home and a
certain subsistence, to leave those states
where their votes can do the party
no good. If these emigra
tions continue unabated we may. ere many
months pass, hear the cry n' suffering
thousands within the borders of our state,
and have an opportunity to see the scenes
in Arkansas reenacted before our eyes. But
then the unprincipled Republican politi
cians will h ive gained their point and look
on with indifferent satisfaction, while the
Jay Gould, of the country are contributing
thousands of dollars for the relief of their
The C(imi((e.e opened to a flowing house
last night with one of the strongest compan
ies of the season. There has h-cn a general
change o:i the boards, all the old and fam
iliar faces having disappeared, their places
hiving been supplied with new
an I first-class performers. Dan
Lake is a big carl in himself.
The two Giluiorcs, Frank Lcroy and Emma
Noiton, he two Lavelys and Miss Nora
DeJuge make up a spiendid Olio, and are
sure to draw initnenstrlv during the week.
Mr. Go,s retires from the leadership of the
orcln.'Stia. his place being supplied by Pro
fessor Frank Wright, whose thorough
knowledge of mu,ic augurs well for its future.
AT TIIK lM.ANTI-.lts Hul .-i:.
Alt". Wyinan. St. L mis: Mrs. Elliott and
daughter. St. Louis; S. T. Mi-Bride and
wife. Loiiisvile, Ky.; J. W. Rjbinson. Clin
ton, Ky.; Fre 1 Wythcrheek, Evansville
I nd.; T..J. Turner, S-c. N. B. IL. Wash
ington, D. C: T. A. Lane. Wingo. Ivy.; J.
W. Biythe an 1 wife, Fulton, Ky.: A. J.
Hess, Columbus, Ky.; w. H. Thompson,
Columbus, Ky.: W. H. Bennett and wife.
C iliinibi'.s. Ky.; W, R. Cash-ton. Keens,
burgh. Ills,; ,J. P. Crooker, Chicago, His.:
W. L, C.rbett. P.iducah. Kc; A. (J. And, r-
:;. Chicago; (). E. Kendall and wife.
Niieston. Mo. j . ,J. Vilvjii and wile,
sikest-iii. Mo,; E.J. Rmdal. Sikeston Mo.:
W. Ii. Goodrich, Nashville; A J. Shot well.
Si. Louis: T. V. Card well. Rim? Hill. Mo.:
M. T. L-e. Loui-vi!le. Ky.; R. E. Stanley,
Mi'.biim, Ky.: Win. Studabaker, Cineinnti.
Ohio; W. II. White, Chicago; C. A. Reck,
superintendent Illinois Central railroad.
--About the only tr.ubie England can'i
attribute to the importation of American
bee!' is the distress in 1 1 eland.
Perhaps the Nihilists would cmue
nean-r effecting their purpo, if they could
only i.id ice t.ie Oir to use a n:s -explosive
- One of the most p liuful incidents ol'
the Donnelley tragedy at Lucan, Out., is
the series of wood-cuts representing the
lii'ir leied persons, which appealed in the
Joe Cook's Monday lectures are to be
discontinued titter three weeks, but it uu
deivood that arrangements have been made
to have tot; world go on just the same as
-A somewhat heated discussion is going
on in the St. Louis and Little Rock papers
us to whether it should be called Arkansas
or Arkausaw. In the meantime the really
cultured people ol the country will stick to
A passenger in a crowded street car
the other day observed the entrance of a
mail followed by uu old woman, and, see
ing that she looked tired and weak, he
considerately arose and offered her his sae.t.
Before she could take it. however, the man
had ijiiietly filled the vacancy. "Here,
just coino out oi that, "said the passenger:
"I didn't give up my seat to you, but to a
lady." To which the fellow replied, with
out offering to move : "Oh, ynh, dot is nil
light dot lady meiii vile,"
A carpenter who was always prognos
ticatin: evil to himself was one day upon
D li. J. W. T 11 O M A S '
A WONDERFUL FERTILIZER CONTAINING THE ACTIVE PRINCIPLE FOR
THE HUMAN HAITI.
n,, , i , , , ltKHTOUKS
The Unir aniUulp to a normal coudltUm, thkkuua thlu hair, tOH lu r.illlua oat and provent dittidii;1.
All Scaly, ( ru-ty. Cutaneous Erupt ami oftheScalp.aliuya thu Itciilnj tSeiiPattoti ami will prwrve lie
Hair lura I.lli-time.
. , , IT Wild. NOT HOI I.
WierroKt dolkato ful.rlc. and u decidely ireforuiiiu to urcasv ointments, detcterlo.ia ioulc and pu'seu
washes, while It Is much cheaper In price, nud free from the uupleanantuvaa luclduut tu their me
I purely vesetuhle, nn-l simply u vehlclu cuinolulnu cot!y medicines Hpeiifliallr fur the hair and ica!p.
Hlili lt remain iutact when Incorporated with a neutral soap.
prepared under the immediate
Dr. J. W.
Price 50 cent per cake. Three cakes ll.'.'o. GEO. K. O'HARA, Sole Agt, Cairo, III.
the roof of a tlvc-story building upon which
rain had fallen. The roof being slippery
he lost his footing, and as he was descend
ing towards the eaves, lie exclaimed: "Jiist
as I told you!" Catching, however, in an
iron spout, he kicked off his shoes and re
gained a place of safety, when he thus de
livered himself: "I know'd it; there's a
pair of shoes gone!"
CAI RO'S ( 'ONTIi I BL'TI ONS
T TIIK HUSH 11 EM EK KL'ND.
('has Galigher & Son !.-,
A O II Division No. 1, Alex cider
C O Patier & Co
Thos W Halli lay
S S Taylor '
Eight men in market cash $1 each
Collections from i't to u cents
5 0 I
George E O'JIara. .
II Mackie Jc Co . . .
Daniel McCarthy. .
Smith A' Bro
James Kya iston . . .
Michael Hoar ....
Peter McDevitt ...
W W Wallace
Michael Hoiirig.m .
Patrick Fitzgerald .
Wm M Murphy 2 00
Henry Whitcamp. .
Ernest li P.-ttit ..
M irtio Cieeti-n
J T Payne
E W Green
S P Bennett
M B Wiley
I J K-ii-i-'.,
D 11 M-Mte
E S Burnett
Joe K nicker
Saloon keeper opposite Joe Roncker
John I li'lion
W S Winaiis
Pat M Lilly
Pat Ho ben
Mrs B Sullivan
y itt Ca-liman
Jaine, iidwal is
John M a I den
N B Comedos
Pit Cahill. . .'
l ( i
t 2 ".
1 o I
SOI ' I'll I'llK.CINC
R II Ciiiiningh am .
Rob't Smvth'A' Co
Green ii (iilbert
M .1 Ilowlev
Small cash hems
Wm Mock lor
R W Miller
T J Piireell
Rilteiihouse i: Bros
G D Williamson
J P. Reed
II II Clllldec
. . $ 2 'i 00
, . . 21 ('
. . . 10 on
. . . 10 On
. . . Id 00
... 10 CO
... 10 00
. . . (i oo
P.I Thistlewood ft 00
John M Lunsdcn 00
R W O'Calhihmi "' ft0
Dr J .1 Gordon " 00
John P Broderick '... ft 00
J Burger cV Co ' 00
USYociim 5 00
Paul G Sehuh 0 00
THOMAS, Hair and Scalp Specialist.
Goldstine tfc Rosenwater.
I N Smith
Hinkle ti Moore
John H Mulkey
Thos K" ine
Dr W Wood
Saml P Wheeler
Mrs M Wellnian
W L Bristol
N B Thistlewood
Simon 1 1 nr
D .niel Callahan
R M iniell
C N Hughe
T M Lovett
Jas s II. -anion
Frank K artkv
E A Bud-r
(.' 1! Stuart
15 F IV.ake
J llli'-S (I linu
Thos I. .".vis
J a, Birrow
W G Carv
J M Piiiuips
I K Moran
W P Wright
2 0 )
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1 I '!
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(- M Ald-I.
I J M lb ...an . . .
I II T Gerouhl . . .
J no W Stewart.
II Thompson. .
Jo! in Barry. Sr . .
.'i:iie Lulling . .
N .1 IK. oil
E B Dietrich . .
G W It Cor'.is, .
Rob. rt Hinkle
I A W F'vatt
I C P: ffe'rling .
I Ii F P;.i ke: . . .
I H Wir. r
I s Wa.-. r,
I II II Black . . . .
! L C H-rbert. . . .
j Wm Cumliff. . . .
! R II Batrd
i W M Davidson .
I Martin B. Smith .
! I! Heb-aeker . . .
.1 ( r stiueiiouse. .
E E Comings. . .
P II Sehuh.....
Jno McNiiHy . . .
Mrs SwanJ.T . . .
Geo Li'tn-r . . . .
J II Robinson. . .
W E Gil"! on . .
O I ray thorn
Louis K"..-hler . .
P f' liaher
Join J Dah'iney.
Jin Glade. . .
J IV. (': vuion
II Sanders. . .
Ail the above has 1
which wiii probably
n paid exeep' t-'"'.
paid in a day or
DMl.M sTKATCelCS N ( T
r-VATK III- N'A'i'lIAS SAMS. HK' I IsVI..
Th" iiiel'-i-'ciii 'l. Imvluir Im-i u appitil" A.lai.u
,l r:i..)r el' th'. estate el' Nnllian Millie, lute nl'tlie
cmtilv of Alexander and soue of liliiiiito, ileeei
I'd. Ii'ercl.v (jiven Miliiellmt he will aiii.'ai' li.'l.):
the l oinity Cimrt nf Alexin). ler cittuty, a: tie
Cnart lleiise lu Culm nt the April term, un tin
Thiol Monday In April next, at which time a l
pei-,uns iiiivin'i: . laiins n'H1 iiid estate are lint:
tied aiel rcnu.-Mc-l to ntti'tid t'ir I lie purp.mc (if Lav
ii'.U the mine uiljusted. All person- Indent". I ti.
..ifd estate are r"i;iiesteil to inahe Immediate pay
ment to the liiider-,'. i!ed.
.KilIN II. SAMS. AilmluistMtar
Dated thi' 1st ilas ul Vnrch A. I. iss-i.
Llii.-aar i I.nti-ii-ti. Att'y.
(ii:ti..i.i:i-. s sale.
Whete'is. hv n C'-rlaiii i-ale niorl airc hi ai in::
dale Ci" Mlt' i'iuh day nl' August A. II.. Is7), aa,
recorded la tin' llei-oider's olllii; of Alevnnder
(amntv, in the Slate ol Illinois. In volume'-l" nf
deeds, on pn:!e IS'.'. Isieic 1' iirnli iker and Kil,i
A. l-'iiinliaher. Ills wll'e. did convei to the under
Hiened. the lollmvlin di-sirllied real estate, nit uu o
lu the 'mi uiv ol' Alexander. Ntale if Illinois, t
will Lot numbered eli'ht (S) In hlock numliere.l
1'oiir 1 1) In the City ol' Cuiro. accordlnii tu the re
corded map or plat of mid city: which nnid coa
icuiiiee whs in inort:ag(! to hi cure tho pavment
ill' miit'irlly of certain proml ssory note-therein
mentioned; upon the lasi ol' winch prombsory
notes there iiowlremaliis due and puyahln the moii
of T'Hi'tity Ihe hundri-d dollars, with ten percent.
Interest per milium thercou fioiii the l-'lllecnth day
or A 11 u 1 1 -1 . A. ! . Im.
Now. tlierefore. notice Is hereby 'given that muter
und hv virtue and In puisiianco nt the tcrini. aad
cuiiilfilotm ol'cald Mile mortgage. I, the nuilnwln
MWNDAY, TIIK I'lKTIl DAY oFAI'lilL, A.I),
nt the hour of I wo o'e'.orlc in .oriliii' duv.at ihe
Court lloiifc door, In Ihi' City of Cairo, Alexander
County, Illinois, sell th" real estate ahovi. detcrili
oil. al puhlle veinliie to hc hlu'lleal hidder for cumL,
in hand, and will ox"( me to th.i purchaser a deed
therefor. liOHKIlT 11 ClN.NINl.IIAM.
Cnlro, Ills., March lid, l(si). Murlfjai;vo,
Orocu Jk Uilhcrl, AtWi'U'jyi.