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CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 1SS0.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUSTY.
HON. WILLIAM R. MORRISON.
The Cnpitol, now conducted 88 a Demo
cratic newspaper, has the following, advo
cating the nomination of William R. Mor
rison, for the presidency, every word of
which The Bulletin indorses: "During
the deliberations of the national Demo
cratic committee here last week, a new ele
ment in the contest for the presidential
nomination was developed, which circum
atannes may easily make formidable. We
refer to the development ot an intention on
the part of the Democratic managers in Illi
nois to present to the convention the name
ot Hon. William R. Morrison as the candi
date of the delegation from that state.
There is little doubt that this will be done
in uny event, while in the event of the nom
ination of Grant at Chicago it is not only
sure to be done, but to be urged with much
force. Mr. Morrison is a modest man, and
lias never advanced any pretensions to great
Columbian statesmanship or eloquence, but
lie has been in public life a long time. His
career has been a fairly active one, and he
has made, on the whole, a very considera
ble record, embracing all leading topics of
public discussion and legislation. His
record for sound common sense and prac
tical judgment will bear compursion with
that ot any man. It is not equivocal or
ambiguous at any point, and at the same
time it is tree from that intense propagan
dism in particular directions or on specific
subjects which makes the records of so
many other prominent Democrats lopsided,
as it were. Mr. Morrison took his seat in
congress while still Buffering acutely from
an almost mortal wound he had received in
the assault on Fort Dom-lson. That leaves
no doubt as to his "war record."' Then,
while the war was at its fiercest heat, he
had courage enough to vote almost alone,
against the expulsion of Harris, of Maty
land, for uttering disloyal sentiments. This
episode fairly evinces the courage of con
viction which is his chief churacteristie.
On questions that have arisen since the wnr
finance, tho tariff, and the relations of
the government to corporations Mr. Mor
rison's attitude has been invariably conscr
Tativc, constitutional, and popular. Per
haps there is no other man in the Demo
cratic party whose views on the subjec t of
monopoly whether in the matter of pig
iron protection for the benefit of a
few countk'9 in Pennsylvania, or in the
matter of delegating authority or privileges
to great raiload corporations, are more pro
nounced in popular favor than his. Ik
side these matters of public record, Mr.
Morrison's personal qualities would be ad
vantageous in a struggle such as the next
canvass is almost certain to be. lie is em
phatically a man of the people, the natural
antithesis of the idea upon which (.5 runt
will run, "the incense of royal favor still
clinging to Ids garments.'' The Democrats
could do a great many worse tilings than to
nominate Bill Morrison for president. The
probability is that they will do infinitely
worse than that. Still, if his name is pre
sented by the Illinois delegation uud loyal
ly sustained, his nomination is by no
means an impossibility. Indeed, it is hard
ly more improbable now than that of
JIayes by the H.'puhlicaiM was this
lime four yean ago. If lie should be
nominated against Grant we might have
something like the campaign of Pierce and
Scott over ugnin."
Bkcavse Mr. Blaine makes Irequect vis
its to New York city, without appearing
to havo any public busiuess there, tho ami
able gossips of Washington havo decided
that he goes to see Jay Gould, and that,
therefore, ho is tho great schcemer's caudi
dato for president. Tho inferenco is a
natural one, perhaps, as Gould's organ is
for Biaino, and tho Mulligan letters showed
that tho Maine chieftain was not tmtricud
ly to tho railroad interest, but aside from
this there is no evidence as yet of its truth
fulness. Although Gould's investment in
the present administration has not been a
profitable one, so fur as heard from, the
wide belief that ho expected it to result
otherwise will not help any candidate this
year known to bo receiving aid and confort
The Chillieothe Constitution extends this
cordial invitation to emigrants to come to
Missouri: Come to Missouri if you want to
secure good homes. Wc have the finest
soil in the great west. We have in this
state 400 telegraph offices; 4,000 miles of
railroad; 10,000 postoffices; 100 colleges
and high schools; 10,000 public schools;
o,000,churcJics: !i00 newspapers and peri
odicals. In 1S79 the state produced 00,-
000,000 bushels of corn; 10,000 tons of
grapes; 20',000,000 bushels of wheat; ar-d
20,000,000 pounds of tobacco. And the
state is good any day for 70,000 Demn-
cratic majority. Yes, by all means, come."
Grant's boom is still kept up from the
City of Mexico, regardless of expense. It
is always difficult to get the most fragment
ary news from the "Sister Republic," but
since Grant has been the guest of the usur
per Diaz,the dispatches come with great fre
quency, but they arc all about Grant. The
dispatcher might in a few items about
Gonzales, tho revolutionist, occasionally and
report the progress of his movements and
furnish some gossip about the presidency.
Grunt is doubtless showing Diaz some new
points in the process of holding over after
on adverse election.
YVashixgton IIessi.no, who is known as
a prominent German, took occasion to re
mark at the late Republican conference in
Chicago, that "it is useless to attempt to
throw sand in the eyes of the people of this
state. They will know the truth some
time, it they do not know it now. The
nomination of Gen. Grant will most seri
ously imperil the chances of Ropnblican
victory." With all deference to the dis
tinguished German we will take occasion to
remark that the boom has done pretty ef
fectual work with its sand.
Itching- Piles Symptoms and Cikf..
Tho symptoms are moisture, like perspira
tion, intense itching, increased by scratch
ing, very distressing particularly at night,
as if pin worms were crawling in and ftbout
the rectum; the private parts are some
times affected; it allowed to continue very
serious results may follow. Dr. Swayr.c's
All-Healing Ointment is a pleasant, sure
cure. Also for Tetter, Itch. Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Eryesipelas, Barber's Itch,
Blotches, all Scaly, Crusty, Cutaneous
Eruptions. Price 00 cents, ii boxes $1 2.
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or three cent postage
stamps. Prepared only by Dr. Sway no &
Sen, 3110 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all prominent druggists.
ILLINOIS FARM ITEM.
Shannon till.) Kxprcts.
Stock ot all kinds and dairy products
find a ready sale and rood prices in this
section. On January UOth Mr. Samuel Leh
man one of the prosperous farmers of this
township, sold eight head of yearling cat
tie to Mr. Reinhart. of Cherry OrovtC one
2-year old and one 3-yenr old, for $23 each.
On Tuesday of this week he sold a line
team of horses one 9 years old weighing
l,4t!8 pounds, and the other 5 years old and
weighing l,o70 pounds for $202 cash.
During the month of January, Mr. Lehman
sold over thirty dollars worth of buttcn
"The Best Pill I ever used," is the fre
quent remark of purchasers of Carter's
Little Liver Pills. When you hnve tried
them you will say the same.
THE DEM' iCRATIC REU X IONS.
The reunion of the Democratic party in
this state in time for the presidential elec
tion, had been anticipated from the first
division. The only question was as to the
manner and the terms uf the pacification.
There was no reason why the two wings
should remain apart on national qucstious.
FROM THE BANKS OF TUB HUDSON.
NLWitnto. N. Y.. Oct. 2(1, 1ST!).
H. H. Waiinku ii Co., RoniLsi KU, N. Y.
Gentlemen: "A lady of over seventy
years of age, in failing health for over a
year, has been using Warner's Safe Bitters
on my recommendation. She leels very
mateful for the benefit she has derived
therefrom, nnd savs that until she used it
her stomach could bear no vegetable food
for over three years. I believe it to be a
certain specific fur dyspepsia. Dr. J.T.
SllUl.WI)Ms AND Al'.ll.lTY Hop Bitters
so freely advertised in all the papers secu
lar and religious, are having a huge sale,
and are supplanting all other medicines,
Tin-re is no denying the virtues of the Hop
plant, and tit- proprietors of these Bitters
have shown trr-t shrewdncus nnd ability
In compounding h Bittern. wh"se virtues are
so palpable to everyone's observation.
Examiner and Chronicle.
Kidney Disease. Kidney diseases af
flict the greater part of tho 'human race,
and they are constantly 0,1 the increase,
hut where the virtues of Kidney-Wort havo
Income known, they arc held in check and
speedily curod. Let those who have to
constantly dose spirit of nitre and audi
stuff, give this great remedy a trial aud be
PROGRESS OP THE PRESS.
The reason" why tho riso in tho price of
paper is so oppressive is that all journals of
repu'o Jiavo spent tlio money saved by the
cheapness of the paper either in improving
the character of the journal or in decreas
ing the subscription price. Naturally they
are unwilling, for the purpose of enriching
paper makers, to step backward twenty
years. If tho public wuld be satisfied
with the journals that wero considered per
fection twenty years ago it would bo a dif
ferent thing. Uut a retrograde 6tep is not
to be thought of wfiilo there is such a ready
remedy to hand us the abolishing of the
aitificial increase in price.
YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Dr. 0. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "lor nli
the ills that fiesh is heir to," hut in affec
tions uf the Liver, and all Billicus com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that charucter, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVEH.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they arc unequa'.ed
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid
with the impression, Mc Lane's Liver Pill.
Each wrapper bears the sigui'tures of C.
McLane and Fleming Bros.
JInsist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLane's Liver Pills, prepared by
FLEMIMG BROS., Pittsburgh. Ta.
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but same
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AX I) HAY
Hiffhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
State of r,!inui, A'.cxaijdiT coauty. ss.
rTATB OF MAIIUAIIVT CAMKKON, DUCSATD.
To !be ti'irs "uii'l u;l others coLferLed" of said
You are hereby notified tlutt or. Monday, the
sth !y nf Murrli. lsso. tm mlinini-ir.'itdr o'f siiid
i-iate.'.vill present to the county court of Alexander
comity, at ijcio, Illinois, iit.:i: report of
iuth nun ilolucs fc Hich administrator,
and ii-k the court to be iliM hu'ved I'roiu uuy
and nli further duties ii'id rennni.iiiiities connect
ed with sniilestat". and his autnluiftrat.on thereof,
at which time ami place, you may be prcscM and
les-ifrl such upplkutlou if vou cl:W mi t" do.
OWE :' FINAL SETTLE VENT.
In matter of Kstutv of Dyas T. Tiirker, deceofed.
ToEllz't'ethl'. Linker. IJvas I-. Parker. William
Tweed I'nrlier and .lode I'ariii r. heirs at law ot'
Dyas T. i'..rl:i r. tiei eased.
You are hereby .lot'tled that I wi',1. at the March
term of the iviu.ty Court of .Vcxandcr County, to
be ho',i!en at ll.e co:;rt luiti-e. in C airo. Illinois, on
the v.'n! Monday in Marin, next, present mv I'.nal
report of the settlement of u;(. accounts of said es
tate, and apply lor a fciscimre us ai'n, lulstralor of
said ei'tcte. Dated. Cairo. Illinois. Kehmarv Ui,
SSS. Ii. II. Ci'NNINf.lIAM.
Administrator of Estate of Dvs T. I'a.-k-r, IVd
ADMlNIVniATviR'S NOTICE .
r.STATKlir SAMAN S A M s . HKcriASEI).
Tho unders iieil. hav:ns; been appointed Admin
istrator of the estate of Nnilian Smiis. lute Ol the
county of Alexander and Mala of Illinois., deceas
ed, hereby jrive" notice that he will appear before
tlie Comity Court of Alexander county, at the
Court Hoiiso In Cairo nt the April term, on the
'llilrd Monday in Apill next, nt which time, all
persons haviui; chiitiis namst said estate are unti
tled and re(iiested to attend lor tne purpose of hav
hit; the sume adjusted. All persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment to ths iinilcisiL'tud.
JOHN II. SAMS. Administrator
Dated this 1t day ol March A. P. ism.
Lineiiir iV l.iiii"dcn. Ail'ys.
'pAX l'CitciiAsiCH's notice.
To A. D. J. O. Leach and all otliers whom it Diay
Vou arte hereby notified, that ft sale of real mtute,
made by tho collector. I'eter Kaop, at the south
west door of the court house. In theCltv of ( airo,
County of Alexander utnl stale of Illinois, on tho
Pith (lay of July, A. P., ls;H..)no. A. Reeve pun has
nl the following described real estate, situated in
said e mi til y , for tiie taxes, special asscsimcnt. pen
alties and costs, due and unpaid i hereon for the
year A. P.. 1S',7 and prior years, to-wlt :
Th north east imrt'T of the south east (inarter
and the south east quarter or the south eist
n,itni ter of section tweiitv-nlne e.1", township four
teen (Hi. south lance tbree.iai westjof the Md princi
pal meridian, situated In Alexander Countv nnil
Mate of Illinois,
Said laud being taxed In the name of A. D, ,fc J,
(i. I. each and Hint the time allowed liy law for th(',
redemption of said real e-tate will x j'.trc on theliith
dav of .lulv, A. I) , 1SNI, at which lime I will at.nlv
for a deed. R. A. EO.MoNIl.suN, Assignee "
rW rntt llASKli'S NOTICE.
'Io .lames H, I'pclitii'ohiiiid all others whom it ni.'iv
Vou ate hereby noiUloil, Hint a sain of real cMntit
made by Hie collector, I'eter Sailli, lit the southwest
door of tlie einii't-lioiw, In the city of Cairo
county of Alexander mid State or lilfnoW, on tin!
lHUlilavaof.lulyA.il. IsTS, E. Cullov , (.
Marelii.doii puiclmved the IoIIowIiik described
real etate, situated in snld countv, for tlie fixe
special itiwHshii'iiK penalties and costs, due ami
unpaid thereon for the year A. 1). lh"7, and prior
years to-wlt 1 1
'I he iMitlieitft iiiart"'r of the otithweit quarter
of section nine no in township fourteen (it south
raiipe ihree (ill west of the third piinelpm meridi
an, situated lu Alexander county lual Stale of I Di
llon. Said land beliiK taxed In Die name of ,lumc,
cpclnireii and that tin time allowed bvluwforthu
redemption of said icid estato will ex pi ip on the
ifltli dav of July, A, P, lro, at which tune we will
apply for a deed,
E.U'LLIY & C. A. MAWCHU.no,
ryX ri'RCHASKR'S NOTICE.
To Winston and Marsh am all otlion whom It may
Vnn 111. I'MIV.hV nnt!fl, .1 tll'it 1 u.tta , ..... ..A
:'. 'i e, -tin- i'i . 1 IN I HI 1 ltd
made by tho collector, I'eter h.iup, at tlie southwest
iiimii i'i no; , ,1111 t-ooiisf in iTir i iij oj I UIIO. CO'lht
of Alexander and Stale of Illinois, oa the lMli day
of duly, A. I). 1S7H, William Hidden purchased the
followum described real elate, slUated In said
county, lor the taxi special imsesjmcnts, penalties
in. I Ai.ita ii'ii noil inn,. 1.1 t. J.... .1
hum i tun, mux-M.m iiiimiii uir.vim iur me yoiir a
ThO tllulil'iilltfl ll':. If if HkA CnlltltAoef I U ...,.
IllRO tllO UlllUvlllCMl tlHlf if tllf SOIllll half SOUtlU'IlSt
of M'.Mlnn twenty-'ven (2?Movi)Hli!p flficcn (IM
ttith .up.. .. ..ut ..r . iw. .1.1... ..-1 1.'. 1 ., .
V. . ? ', " iiiiiu (irmcipai uieriuinu,
Said laud lielnu taxed in the nanw ol Winston &
V:rsh and lllllt fb tlrm. ntb,u,l I... 1,,..,
tleinptioti of said real entute will exdie on the Mth
mil 01 ";, n.i-. in ", in Kiiica nine 1 win niipiy
lor a deed. William Hoj.de.n, l'urchaser.
'VAX rURC IiASER'S NOTICE.
'i'3 A. D. Stewart and all others whom It may con-
I U 1
You are hereby notified, that a sale of real estate,
made by the collector, I'eter Saup, at south west
door of the court house, in the nf riiv r Cio-n
county of Alexander and Statu of Illinois. or. the
M'a day uf Juno A. D. ls.78, John I. Nowatnev pur
chased the followlcL' described real ostttf. situated
lu said county for tho taxes, pcclal assessments,
penalties and costs, due and unpaid thereon fur the
T r" 1 n 1 i'i 1 ei 1 1. 1111 ,i 1 or venrs. lo-w H ;
The cast part f the lou'lheost (jnurtcr of section
No. thirty cm), township No. sixteen (li.i, so-'th
ranee two e.'). west of thcthird principal meridian,
that said certificate of purchase has been rinlr as
sipned to M. J. Sheehau, John Hodges uudJiW,
Spies, and that
Said land was taxed In the name of A. D Stew
art's estate, and that Ihe tune allowed bv iaw for
the redemption of mid real estate will expire 01;
the -join day of Jnne A. P. ISsO, at which time we
wi.l apply lor a deed.
M J. SHE EUAN,
and J. W. Sl'iES.
AX PUECIIASEU'S NOTICE.
To Mnses V. (ioodman and all others whrm !t
may com cm:
You are hereby notified, that 11 s.ilc f real estate.
mr.de by the collector. I'eter Simp, nt the south
west door of the ciurt hnust, the City of Cairo.
County of Alexander and State of Illinois, on the
l'th tiny of July. A. P. E. fitlo-T & A
Marohildon purchased the foilowii.i; dc-Vriln d real
estate, stunted in said cmr.ty for the taxes, spei iai
assessment", penalties tnd cos's, uue nnd unpuid
thereon for the vear A. D. 1S77 and iirior years, to
wit: Tho south east of tt" sontli west quarter ( f
section thirty. four t-'ili. townsuip fourtein (11.
south ranee tw oiiu west of the third piit.cii nl me
ridian ; sitnuted In Aleiander County i.tti Mi:t ( f
Suid land helnc taxed In the name of Moses F.
Goodman, and that the t'.rr.e allowed I y law for tie
redemption of said real estate w :.! expire on the
1Mb dav of ,7 nl v, A. p. IsM), at which t me I yi.i
apply for a deed.
tt. . I LLti L. A. KaKI !: il.UON
'pAX PlT.CnASER'S NOTICE.
To W. H. Rrown and all o'hers whutn ,t r. v coc-
Yon are hereby notified. t!;.lts s.,ie of r. nl i statc,
m;do l,v the collector. I'( u r snap, at tbesou'.U wi st
door of the co:jrthous". in the t. r.y of Cairo. Cct.n.
ty of Alexander and state of Illinois, on the IMS
dav of Julv. .p, '.STS. E. Culi.-v C. A. Marchil-
don vcKbasci the i'oiioivini' n scribed real estate,
fitlii'it-fl :a said county for the tre. s:nai as
sessments, penalties and costs, due and unpaid
tbercon ior Uieyear A. P. 1S77 mi piier jcavt, to
wit: The south west of the north wc-t quarter of sec
tion six .6'. in township sixtei n 1 idu south rsi jjo
one il 1. westof the thin! ur:uciul meridian : situ
ated in Alexander County aLd Mate of Illinois.
Said land bemj taxtd in the Lame ol W. II.
Drown, and that the time allowed bv law for the re
demption ol said real estate will expire on the 1Mb
day of Juiy, A. P. ISM, a; which, time I wi.i apply
for a died.
E Ct LI.EY AC. A. MARCHILHoN.
AX I'VRCHAsEH'S NOTICE.
To WLiliam Curjtniti;.' and a'.l others wLrrr. it may
You are hereby i.otiti'd. that a sale of n iu eeti.te.
made by the coliec'or. 1'e'erSaup. at the south west
door of the court hov.se. in lb1? Citv of Ca ro,
(dnntyof Vlexattder and State of Illinois, on the
ir.thdi y i f Ju'.v. A. D. '.-. Juha A. Kcct.-s pur
chase'l the ; follow -ir.tr described rea, estate, situated
il. said county for tu" !aX". siec;:,l nssessrietits.
penalties and'eosts. lineand unpaid theraou for the
year A. P. ISil and prior year-, to-wit:
The sonth wt of the soe'l: ea-t quarter and the
undivided hn:f of the sonth east of south easi quar
ter, all in sc lion nine io. in township fifiei n . 1 r- .
a::d in ran.-e three. c,i. west of the th'rd pr'r.cipal
nn-r-d'an : situated m Alexander Count v and state
(,f liiino s.
Said lai.d beins taxed in the rnnic (,f V,", Ilium
Cumm'nts, and that tne time allow d bv law for
the. redemption of said r"al estate will expire n
t!:e Kith day of Julv, . p. ;sfl, at which time I
w.li ujiply for a deed
C Vi'ILLE A. MARCinLPON.
rpAX ri'RC'IIASER'S NOTICE.
To A. P. I.cnch and til other? whumit rt.tv con
Vou are hereby notified, that n s.i'e of re".' estaf.
maiie by the collector. I'eter Sm:p. nt the -'.'ith
ivi-'t door of the court house, in the City of Cairo.
Countv of A'cx.tniler and State of Illinois, on the
Idth cay of July. A. 1). is;s. John A. K-eve -.r-chused
the foliowine described real estate, situnt' d
in said county for the taxi-, special ..-ssm-i.ts.
pens. ties and' costs, dne nnd unpaid 'hereon (or 'he
year A. P. 77 and prior years, to-wit:
The north west quartor'of the north east quarter,
the soittn we-t quarter of the northeast qr.Hr'er.
the smith east quarter of tho t.nrtli east quarter,
tke north east qnarter of the north west otnrter
the norih w est q'.tarter of the north west q'unr'er.
the south east quarter of the north 'Vest '.teir-i r.
all In section No. twentv-nine (Jio. township four
teen (14 1, south ran;e three :. wet of the Urd
pnticipal merl.llar. : situated in the Countv of
Alexander and stateof Illinois.
Said land beint: taxed iu the name of A. p. Leech.
mkI tint' the time allowed by law tortr.e redemp
tion of said real cim't will expire on the l' th dav
ol .lii:y. A. D. lssfi, at which time I will a plv tor
a de' d. R. A. ED.YHlN Dsn.'.'. Ast:-i.e-
AX rUKCUASEK'S NOTICE.
To E. D. Garrat;hty aud all others whom it may
You are liereb.ynotlf.ed. thut a sale of r?al e-'at".
made bv the collector. I'eter Snip, at the so-j'h
west door of the court bouse, in Ihe Citv ot Cinro.
Countv of Alexander and state of Illinois, on the
P'.th davof July. A. D. 1S1H. R. A. Edmonds. m jiur
rha'- d the fni.'owlnL' described real 1 sta'e. -ir tn. t-l
in said county lor tuxes, spec!..) nsses-na-i.ts. te n
ultiis ami costs, due and unpaid th-reon ior the
y-irA. P.li77 and prior years, to-wit:
'I he cast haif i'i of north east qi;urter i1-,1, the
north wi-t quarter i1.,! of lite nor'h 1 art q;,urt"r
C4 1. f ( north wet quarter 1 '41. fractional south
hail '.,1. and the south west i,iiar'. r i'ii of tiie
Lor'i. 'sr quarter ( all in section thirty-two i-"-.".
tow n-uip loiiiieeii (Hi soiilli. ranee three cti. west
of the eid principal meridian. Tiie north west
quarter 1 1. the south east quar'or j the soti'h
west qvarier 04). and thu south west q.inrtcr i'i'
of the nnrth east quarter of section thirtv-three
(tli, towrli1p fuiirtei u lib, south lansc three, west
of tiie :tid princlpul tnerldlau. and tlie I'rartioiiui
soulii west qiiarier of the nor h west quarter
(V of section four (4i. township rllleeu il.M, south
raiiKv three i'-i. west of the Krd pr.nclpal tnerldiau.
situated in Alexander County and State of Illinois.
Said land beini: taxed In the mime of E. D. Oar
ravhty, and that the time allowed by law for the
redemption of said red estate will expirtion the
ltitbdiv of July, A. P. lssu. at whbhtline twill
ojiply for n deed. R. A. EDMONPSUN.
Whereas, by a ceria.n salo niortent:o, brarlni;
date the Fifteenth day of August A, p., IK J, and
reconled In the Recorder's olllce of Alexander
Countv, In the state of Illinois, in voiumi. "." 0f
dueds, on pie,v i.', Isaac Kanib.iker and Klia
A. Fariibaker, his wife, did convev to the under
slt'ned. the foliowine described reiil esiate. situate
In the County of Alexander, state of Illinois, to.
Wit: Lot llllinlierej eleht iSl ll, blo-k nunibered
four (It In the City of Cairo, aecordinn to thu re
corded map or plat of said city: which said con
veyance was in morttmite to secure the payment
at maturity of certain promissory nu'es therein
tnenlloned; tlpnn tlie last of which promissory
notes there now remains due and pavabl" the sum
of Twenty lhu hundred dollars, with' ten per cent.
Interest per annum thereon from tho Fllleetith day
of August, A. II , 1K77.
Now, therefore, nolio Is hereby given thai under
and bv virtue and In pursuance, of the terms and
condition of stud inlii niortpixe, I, tho uiidersiun
MONDAY, THE FIFTH DAY OF APRIL, A.D..
nt tho hour of two o'clock p. m , of that day. nt tho
Court House door, In the City of Cairo, Alexander
Couuty. Illinois, soli the renl estate ahovu describ
ed, at public vendue to the hlehest bidder for cash,
In hand, lud will execute to the purchaser n deed,
therefor. ROBERT H CUNNINGHAM.
Cairo, Ills . March lid, IKWi. Morlituirce.
Urcen & lillbvrt, Alturueya.
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY"
TONTINES AND ALL
SUKPLUS Over BKVKN MILLION' DOLLARS
(No PraiSt;tn Notes )
Ail politcs Ilc ntestL:e After Beit;'' in Foice T!;rcc Years.
INCREASE OF ASSETS
T AV O M I I. L ION ID O L L A. ii S,
12. A. UUKNKTT. Apent,
The 'Omit Carriaire Manufacturing lloibe of the World.
m r i i i r
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l! .-t m:.t rial, j.'ottl workniacti.ip, liiuolsoii.e s'vKs, sto r.fr uml
iiuritble wliielt s in tvirv res' ' i t.
I u.uuu t
in every part of the
They yive unfailing satisfaction. All
testinionials from all parts ol the country of
of which are on file subject to inspection:
Messrs. Emkkson f'isiiltit A Co. :
I have used one of your lop Iltii'trios three years, and three, of them two years In my live
und they have niveii me perfect eulisiactiou uud are in constant use OSCAR SMAL1'1"'
.Mcsrs. Cort'ocK .t .fonNsns.: NBwnritnv. S. C, July 17.
Dear Mrs: I have been tisins the Emerson & Fisher Ilnpcy I boii.'lit from you as rotijrhl'
pose as anv one could. I bad a last horse, drove him at full speed, sometimes with two arowii la' ,
myself In t'hu biiL'L'V, uud It ib to day worth nil iuu money I paid lor It. I say the Emerson .f"'1"
Dalies will do. ' A. M. TEAUIE, Fat ''
Tho favorable reputation the Carriages have m.nle in locali'.ies where they hii,1',ll'',r1,
1s t' -
useil for several years by Liverymen, Physicians, Farmers nrnl others requiring hat) re, I
constant use, has lcil to an increaseil demantl from those localities, to meet which llo
mnimfactiiring facilities of their mammoth establishment have been extended, et,-,'',1S
them now to turn ont in good style,
360 Carriages a "Week.
EMEUSON, FISHER & CO.'S
OTHER rori'LAR FORMS OF
DURING YEAR 170, OYER
Corner Twelfth Street.
FISHER & CO.,
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FLS1IEI! & CO., are noiv::
jr e i,
Oo A.l n.'i
late ol tin'
their work is warranteil, They navat'bei'.irs
purport similar to the lo! lowing,;. ,;
e of hav
Oai.va. Ii.i.s,. July"'' I'")1'
CABRIAOESARE TJJE BEST