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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MOIINIXO, MAKCII 7, 1SS0.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rcBi Mnnxnto (jsondat .x'TIT-p).
K. A. Harnett.
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Death aud marriages tree
irt Insertion, per square
Snrequeut lus'irtion . . . ;,;,":;t;.i;n,,ea square
Eicht line ol s (. id nonpareil f ou'U'Ute a
Bight lmeoI w, a ik " 'wh e a accord-
JuOTOT'mte. of ckawi iud muu-erot
dlyotaylnp their hvor. - ,Mer
Jon: ten cents per Hue lor ca
h subsequent inter-
"Thin PP" may ho found on file at . P. Row"
s'rvet) wnere aaveri.nus
for It in New York. Interest
Communication upon ruujcwr... -- -
, the t.nblic nr- at all times acceptable, hejected
manuscript will not be returned. ,
Utter aud communication should be addressed
E. A. Harnett. Cairo. lll.uo:
0 a ty Morning Pally Ln Sontfaern Illinois
Largest Circulation ot any Daily in
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COCNTY.
England expects every man to do his
dutv, but is convinced that charity should
begin :tbro.;d. The American contributions
in aid of Ireland exceed ?.00.000. The
amount usually subscribed in England is
not more than $125,000.
Lawyers Allen and Taylor, the latter an
ex-judge, had a quarrel in court at Newark.
Ohio. " While Taylor was riding home, Al
len invited him to dismount find h;ve his
hide tanned with a whip. Taylor got eh"
his horse, took off his coat and challenged
Allen to attempt the job. Alien tried, br.t
failed, and was badly beaten by the ex
judge. Mr. Longtellow is said to write easily
but very slowly, weighing every w;-nl he
fore jotting it "down in lead pencil. There
1 is hardly an erasure ia his manuscript, hat
when his work returns to him in pioof
hardly anything of his original form is left.
It is asserted 'that the "Divine Tritely"
whs re-written ufter the most of it was in
The betting on the Oxford and Cam
brid;"' university boit race is from six to
seven against four in favor of Cambridge.
This is due probably to the fact that Cam
bridge has the larger proportion this year,
of .powerful and experienced men in her
boat, while Oxford loses her excellent
stroke oar of last spring. The race occurs
on the usnal I'utuey taMortlake course, in
A Wise Reform. The habit of admin
istering quinine in powerful doses, as un
antidote to malarial maladies, was once
dangerously common, Happiiy this
practice has undergone a wide reform. Not
only the public, but professional men have
adopted, not wholly, of coure, but largely,
Hnstetter's Stomach letters as a sale bot
anic substitute for the pernicious alkaloid.
The ccusequenccs of this change arc most
important. Now fever and a.-ue sufferer?
are cured formerly their complaints were
only for the time relieved, or half cured
the remedy eventually failing to produce
any appreciable effect, except the doses
were increased. A course of the Bitters,
persistently followed, breaks up the worst
attacks and prevents their return. The evi
dence in favor of this sterling speciik and
household medicine is of no amY.gaous
character, but positve and satisfactory, and
the sources whence it proceeds are very :.
RATHER CROWDING HIM.
The friends of Bia'ne are rather crowd
ing him as a favorite sen. They cluim be
Pennsylvania for him became
is a native of this state. They
claim Maine for him becm-e he is a repie
M'litative of that state. Now they claim
Ohio for him against Sherman becaae he
was partly educated in Lancaster. It is
time to call a halt now. There is danger
of dividing him up among the common
wealths until each owns only oii".eiglith of
him, n the vaiious wives owned Urigham
Young. It is not a favorite son which this
country needs, but a plain man whose h t
vices show him to be UH'tV.l. I'ets are
Itciiinu Files Symptoms and Clue.
The symptoms are moisture, like perspira
tion, intense itching, iucref.ved by scratch
ing, very distressing particularly at night,
as if piu worms were crawling in and about
the rectum; the private parts an.- some
times affected; it tillowtd to continue very
serious results may fellow. Dr. Swayne's
All-Healing Ointment is a pleu.-atit, sure
cure. Also for Tetter, Itch. Salt 1J1kt.hi,
Feabl Head, Eryceipela". Hari-r's Itch,
Blotches, all Scaly, Cntv, Cutaneous
Eruptions. Prioe 50 cents. boxes ifl ,,,5.
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price iu currency or three cent postage
stamps. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne !c
Sen, 3J0 North Sixtli street, Philadelphia,
IV Bold by all prominent druggists.
LONO FELLOW AT li()ME.
He dresses iu a suit of black broadcloth,
and is very much of a Democrat. A
charming conversationalist, he lias druwn
many dear friends to him. Hu hut a mar
velous faculty of putting one (jtiito at his
case. Rising early, he takes a compara
tively light breakfast, and, if the day is
bright, indulges in a walk for several
hours, varying his route daily. His ram
bles sometimes lead him to Unit great
city of the dead, Mount Auburn; occasion-"-ly
he visits Cumbri'lgeport, ami once in a
LTeut while he walks to Botcn to see as
friends or his publishers, lie calls on his
printers every day or two when he lias any
thin" to put iu type and receives or returns
proofs of his works. The winters he spends
iu Cambridge and the summers in .as cot
tage at Nabant. His carriage is erect, and
there is little in his manner to suggest his
poem "Morituri Salutamus.' The warmth
of his love is lavished upon his children,
who are all in all to him. Indeed, few men
enjoy the company of those about them
daily as does Mr. Longfellow.
TinnTV Yeaks' Experience of an Old
NvusE.-Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup is
the perscription of one of the best female
physicians and nurses in the United States
and has been used for thirty years with
never failing safety and success by millions
of mothers' and children, trom the feeu.e
infant of one week old to the a dults.lt cor
rects acidity of the stomach, relieves wmd
c.oiic. regulates the, bowels, and gives ret,
health and comfort to mother nr.d cht.d.
We believe it the best an.l surest remedy 111
the world, in all cases ot dysentery and
diarrluea in children, whether it arises Irom
teething or from any other cause. Full ui
rectioT.s for using will accompany each bot,
tie. None genuine unless the fac-smile ot
Curtis k Perkins is on the outside wrapper.
Sold by all medicine dealers. 25 cents a
Kipney Diseases. Ki-iuey diseases af
flict the greater part of the human race,
and tiny are constantly on the increase,
but where the virtues of Kidney-Wort have
become known, they are held in check and
speedily cured. Let those who have to
constantly dose spirits of nitre and such
stuff, give this great remedy a trial atv.t bo
SnitEWDNis and Anu.nY H"p Bitters
so freely advertised iu all the paper-, secu
lar and religious, are having a Luge sale,
and are supplanting all other medicines.
There is no denying the virtues of the Hop
plant, am the proprietors of these Bitters
have shorn great shrewdness and ability
in compounding a Bitters, whose virtues arc
so palpa.de to everyone's observation.
Examiner and Chronicle.
J)EXMS it O'LOUUIILIN,
Flour of all Grades
Ture Coffees and Siiiecs;.
Choice Syrups aii'l Molasses, Foreign
arid Domestic Fruits, Canned
FrniM in Variety. Ete., Etc.. Etc.
Call mhI Examine Our Stock!
Free of Expense.
Cor. Twentieth Street. North Side Poplar.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE isL STATES.
(in and .fier Mir.'.! ay, Jiae :6. tte oat wi" n.tike
the foiiowits t.-ij-r:
LEAVES J.EAVZB ttAVES
Foot Fourth Mifoitri LuLd. Konf.iciiy Ld'c.
K a. m. S;;;o a. m. H a. 111.
pi a. m. Vi:;i a. m. 11 a. ni.
J p, iu, -iuv p. m. i p ni.
4 p.tu. 4:;fi p.m. "i p.m.
2 p. tn. J. so p.m. i p. ni
PIlOPKIETOlt OF grr.OAfS TATENT
Dealer in lee.
ICE BY THE CATi LOAD OR TON.WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
AJO PATENT, NO PAY.
n 4 rn v at m
i-' i m s si . i
obtained for met banlcal device, mefllci.l or other
ron.poun-'. omutiientul deli;t, iruile-tniirk and
label. Caveat, AMii;ntiictit. Interfep'ti'-e. In
fringement, and all liiatter relatitiL' to Patent
promptly attended to We make preliminary ex
amination 11:1 furtiiHU (iniiiidii a to iaientainii
ty, free id rhnrfe. and all who an- interested in new
Invention and Paten; are Invited to send for
copy of our "toiide f,ir olitaitilur patent." which
I n nt fr-e to any nddi're. and contain complete
lniine'tinn how to otita u I'utent ami oilier vaitr
Bide matter. Dnriiit! Hie pas' five year we have
obtained ni n r! v three thousand Patent f"r Ameil
c ati ai.il Kotelcn inventor", andean five ml I factory
reference In ulinnst everv rciintv in ;h" I'liluU.
Add?'-: l.ofls HAtiiiKll CO., Solhin.r ol
Patents and Attorni-y at Law, l.e Droit iiuliuii
W ashitii;'.M). 1. C.
Thf only complete tock of cholco ( lit np Comi
tep ami Depaitment Store. Hiippllc In Anierlca
Every Live men hunt I puttlnit hi Cheap lountrr
and Department Slore arc Ueltitf tarted lu nliuost
verv tnvru or imtiorianco
Hy-8eud for PK1CE LIST and OPfDEn SHEET
lj uml 17 JuckionHt., ChlenK
45 YEARS BEFORE THE ri'BLIC.
Dp, 0. McLANFS
are not recommciuled ns a remedy "tor till
the ills that ilesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver, r.nd nil Billions com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVEK.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS,
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red -wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLane's Liver Pin..
Each wrapper hears the signatures of C.
McLane and Fi.kmino Buos.
l-i Insist upon having the genuine I)n.
C. Mc Lane's Livkk Piles, prepared by
FLEMIMG BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
the maiket being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but same
Itieihebeft Wood rnrif.tr. and stiimilates
rv function to more healthful action. aDd is t
i beci'f.t in all difcase.
Iu e'.min:.tins the lmptiritie of the blood, tite
na'tiral and necefs'nrv rf',iit i" the cire of scrota
on anil other Skin' Eruption and liiseafe. in
Indite Canc-s. t'ltenited nH other Sores.
Hvfoeti-ia. W'enkiieff of the stomach. C'onstl
patfon. Dizzincp. (ier.er.il Debility, etc.. ore eared
.v the in(c Hitter. It is nnnjaalitd tt an appe
izerand regular tonic. . ..
It is a medicine which slwhd bo in every firm.y,
:;i.d which, wherever used, will eave the ;.!ytncu
if mur.v doctors' bills.
Bottle ol two size? ; price". V cent? and
Remedies are sold t
by Druggists and
Dealers in Medi
RocltltSTER, - N. Y.
t-Selld frr Pl.:;.)hlet
IiU lestlinotla.. i-1
WHOLESALE WIVES AND Llyiolis.
1 SMYTH it CO.,
Whclifaleand K':tail D
Foreign aiul Domestic Liquors j
Wines of all Kinds
NO. 0 OHIO LEVEE.
MESSES. SMYTH A
l;ir;e rtock of the b-
CO.. 1ive cot.stnntly a
t irood- in the market, atid
the whjlesale branch of
HE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. r. HALLWAY. President.
11. L. HA1.1.I1MY. Yic.-l'reniden.
J. 11. SMITH. Act.Li; Cashier.
. 'TAATS TAT'.'T.. T. ItAIXmAT,
HEMIV J.. IUI.:.1IJT, !(. II. CCNMNOI1AJ1,
f . D. WlLt.lA.V:-"',, -TU'iJEN EIltD,
B. II. CANIiEE.
Escbange, fVin and United States Bonds
Uul'ijllT AM) SOLD.
d ur.d u Kcncral bankitg bnincs
ALEXANDER COUNTY RANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F f.r.os, President.
!'. Kerr. Vice-President.
11. Wn.is. Cashier.
T. J . Kr.nrn. Assistant Cashier.
F. Pro.'. Cairo;
pct"r Netl'. Cairn:
W'illlum Khiee. Cairo;
WilllHin Wolf. Cairo;
J. Y.CIenisun, Caledonia;
M. Osterioh. Cairo;
E. Under, Cairo;
A OENEliAL 'IIASKINO BUSINESS DONE.
I?XCt!ANOE Fold and bought. Inter- t paid In
j the Snvlni: Del'Bitineiit. Coilettions ltiHdu
and all basines piomptly attended to.
yOCUM it BIIODEIUCK,
STAPLE and FAXCY
Was-hinnton Avenue, Cor.
B lf'4fTV3LJrWl!i;i I
ALL ADVERTISEMENTS in thl column, ol
live line each or Wf will be puliEduM infUi
tent oui) lii-eriion;'ltlriii.. !t e.iut! 1 week, P'i;
Dionth. 1 . r i ; :l in mil Li- without change, SI. (in pur
ni mtli. Each ad;litioiml line, prorata, bltuatioii
I am ft uniduato of a ( 'iinniiereial Coilete: have
been 111 active huliieH llltetli yeiir! can filinii-h
llrst-elnsH rt'cumtiii'iidHiiiiiiH from lut employer;
urn wining to work In any honorable liurine, at
tmali uiiL'en nntll coinpetemy is cetubllchcd; no
objection to travi line,. Address
J It. (1, ADAMS. Cairo,
' " HOY WANTED
To learn the carpenter and joiner' trade. X!ut
Ivj unoi't ind activu, IV tuP.iyearH of ajru.
JNO. A. POOKE.
An order cood lor if applied on any Myio
i'.rn-ehH Mendlesnhou 1'luUO. Will b sola low.
Apply at this otllce.
A middle iitred woniau, a itood cook who can do
ceiieral liDUft' worli, citv or coiintrv. AOilrec",
MilS. ANNtE yoliliis.
Huu e lare, 111.
Mr. L. .1 Byrne c:iu accomiiiodiito n few day
hoader. also bo:nd m.d room for two. l'rice" vry
low. Apply at her houne ue.tt to the Catholic
church ou Washington avenue.
II. MAREAN, M. I).,
Homeopathic Tliysician and Snrgeon.
OUco 110 0(, jtnercia avcrme. Iteidence corner
Fonrtevnth St. and Washinctou avenue, Cairo.
TJR. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Omre-No. P'.f, Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Muth Street
It. W. C. JOCELYN,
D E NTIS T .
OFFICE-Elfhth Street, near Commtrcli.! Avenue,
XOTAKY ri lil.H'.
Notary rullic and Conveyamvr.
OFFICE: With the Widows' and Oorpta:.' Ma
ual Aid Society.
CITY X ATI OX A .L EAXK
,;ro, in the S'hte
at the i ,.c of
Fcbruarv 21, lfrtO.
I.nan ,.:id ill-, oui.ts
L'. S. 1Ol.n- to sec 'ire eirc I.J
V. . te.nd on bund . . ...
Dtl.'T .tucks, boi.ii- and in o.
'.Ml i5- .ill5 Tj
.io;.'i (itie r national bank-
Ir mi Mute bank- und
e-tiit-, furi.iture and tlx-
-o t l
.sS'l (-.,-.".. :i
Oi.rei.t cr.pcnses and tai--
i t.c.iis and other ca-h item.
!!;U of other Batik
i.-iictional currency, tlnelud-
inu" nick'ds '
Specie.iificli.iditiu'itold. To us-
I.e.'ii1. T'-t.der note
! d"tiiption fund with V. S.
Treasurer, u per cent, of i ir
from L. s.
rr than per
I ''inl-fil smelt 1
s.irn; is r mil 3
I'n divide'! 1'rof.ts i.l '.sO So-
National liutik notes out-'and-inir
Individual depo-it-subject to
ehe K -. VI.
Demand certificate of d poit, 1
!':ie to oth r national bunks.
Due to Mute bank" and
at" of lllinoi". cniintv of Alexin. dc r. s-.
I. The-. W. llallidavi Cashier ol the above na
I bi.nk. do "oleinuiy swear that lb" above "tate'i
i- true to the best of mv kinr.vl.-d;.'" and b.-iief.
Tiios. W. Hai.lihav. Cari.;
Sab' -rilied and worn to '" fore :f,e'h t nay
I Mar' h lss). J..W. Stuwaiit, Nolaiy l'.i'i.le
(i. D. Wll.l.lAXSOS. I
II. II. t'AMii.i;.
11. L. 11 anituv.
gTO VES! STOVES
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES.
Mimulactiircr of and Dealer InAleo
TIN, COPPER it SHEET-IRON WARE
t?AU. KINIi or JOU woi.K fto.NE TO oniiliBSTJ
NO. 27, ElOIITII STUEET,
f!AIHO, : : : JM.IXOIS
GENTS WANTED To SELL
tuvo Pages, with
Till crand voluino ctnlirnec Mr, MOODY'S Best
sermon, a delivered in i leveiano anu si. nouis
the result of two year hard study,
THEY CAN nE 011TA1NEI) NOWI1KMK ELSE
AiienU will And rapid alu everywhere: for Ihl
Vv'.irk. onrterm are nne'ilialeil OullVtfl. Send at
once for tlili and heelii the canvas, or adilres for
circular. U, H. OOOI'SPEED A CO.,
New York or Clucinntl
NEW Y'ORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Largest Variety Stock
IN 'l'UK CI'J'V
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and
C. O. I'ATIEU vc CO.
(t). "WILLIAMSON CO.
70 Ohio Levee,
Doat Stores and Groceries,
('f all kind.
OI'KX N1CJIIT AX I) DAY'.
Fr-h Dairy ardCilt Ed.'e
slniis ol trait w hen In si i..
;re-t prouiptlv at re-idenus
on, on baud a in
i'ce. 0'i'siir d-.
iT. LOUIS. CAIRO AND PADUf All.
cant Sidewhcei IVsoiuer S'ean.er
Cu; e 'jirard. a::.
f.'e:"llt or p;;'-Jt
ery Monday and Ti:':r--liy f-r
. L .!.:. and wuv land::..'", f (.r
i.;p.y to SOL A slLVElt,
ILL WRECKING COMPANY,
II.. s'.:tij:.i.d '.Le:rwrc kirn; bci.t
CHARLIE HILL il
At ( alro, where tl.' V have cverythir.i: needed in
the divers' line. team t"..iiii. .:n-s. blocks, an-
hois. etc. l.l hire or conua'.t for all kinds of
JWRMEKS ami TEAMSTERS
For the LET MAKE of
'arm Wagons, Spring Wagon1. Log
Wagon. Plow, Harrows. Etc, Etc.
Cuinm- T'. :al
Street. C.UP.U. II.
The Great Carriaire Maimfacturinir Hoim of the World.
st Uii.te r i;J, L'i "d W(-rr.'l;::.i.sliip.
Manufactured lv EMERSON,
in every !irt of the
Thev Lrive tiufailini: satisfaction. All
testinioiiials lrcin nil parts ol the country oi
of which are on tile subject to inspection:
Messrs Emku-os Fisiiui A Co t
I have used one ol your lop in !.'; tr.p e
and they have, nlvcu na-1 erlect satislatdon ami are
M(,'"7iear'Mrs7-d havI'twiusitiBtlii llnierson
. - . i. ,.,. ronbl I Lad a fast ho:.", drove
. .1 1,. ti. i, ,., i.ioi it I. to.iinv Mir n u.i tne
Ili.rrn in uiv i".)ji ww- " 4 .... v -
Pullet! w ill do,
The favoruble reputation the fnrringeg have nude in localities where thty luve been
used for sevend years by Liverymen, Physicians, Fanners nnd others requiring hard and
constant use, has led to un inecitscd demand Irom those localities, to meet which tho
manufacturing facilities of their mammoth establishment have been extended, euabliug
them now to turn out in good style,
360 Carriages a Week.
EMERSON, FISHER & CO.'S
Wherea. Holroniu Murray and Jane Milriny. t,:H
wllo, of the County of Alexander and Slate ol Jill
iiol. by their certain niort,'ac.ii ib ed dated tho
'I wentieth day ol .lanuary A, D. is; ir. and duly rt
corded iu trie otlicu uf tho recorder of deed of
Alexander County, HHnoU, In booI of sale
moriitate on patto did unuit. Imritaln, sell, re
mise, alien, and convey unto u. the uudcndiMicd,
David T. Linear and John II. Mulkey, as nmrtfu
Iteex. the. land and premise herelnaf'er described,
to reditu tlu iiayment of one crlaln pioiiiis..ry
notoofeven dat thert-wltli executed hy the siud
Ilolcome Murri'.r und the said Janu Murray to a,
the said David T. Llneyar iiud tho said John II.
Muikey, for the stitu of ono hundred dollar, pay
aide ninety days after date, with Interest at ihe rat"
of ten percent, per annum, from date nntll pu.d,
and p'irileiilarly descilbed In said niortL'ai'e deed;
and, whereas, thern 1 now duu and unpaid ou said
note the sum of tlfty dollars with Interest thi reou
from the date ol said note; now, therelore, default
ha'.iut'been made lu the payment of said note and
Interest thereon, pnli.lc notice Is hereby "hen thut
in pursuance of 'he provision of said mortpafe
deed, and by virlue o the power and authority
framed to us In and hy tlie same, wo shall on the
l'l'.h ilay of April, A. D.. issi), at 10 o'clock In the
forenoon of mat day, at the front door of the court
house In the ( ity of Cairo, County of Alexander
and State of Illlnoi, sell at public a.ietlon. to the
hiclicst bidder for cash, the prcnilse des rifted in
said iiiortu'i.'e deed ns th" north hail i 1 1 ' of ' !;"
north wist i 'n of section thirty-one cilj In township
s-.'.-.ceii ('.i.'luliu-eone Ml wc-t, except forty .;)
tier ofl'of the east end of said norili half i1 .-. s.ta
aled ill th" County of Aluxunder and State of Mi
nes, ai.-d all r.cht and euuity of re.'emptlan of the
aid Iloli-oine Murray and the said .lane Murray h.
wi!". the r l.eir and assign therein.
DA V ID T. LINE'. Alt A; Jo H.N II. Vt'LKEY,
Dated at Culro, 111., this the fdh day of March,
A. I). lSKI.
l.crer.. by a certain sale n.or'L'ii.'e. bcaii:
ii.it'' tl'.e l-'iiteei.th ilay of August A. lb. lsi i. au-l
rMorded in the l;e orders i-tllcu ol Aiexaniiir
i'o-.i.'.v. in the State of L.moi-. in volume '1" ol
i.ec.s. on pau'" 4'.'. Iniac l'ainii.-ik' r and il l. -.a
A. r.;;ntiiiki r. iiis un'e. oi-l convi-v tn the !-,rn.er
s. : i-n t-. '. , the follow i u j ibs, rib. d nai estate, sif. g'e
In t!ie Cteinty of Alexander. Slate if Illinois, to
wn: Lot numbered el'jh' r) In blm k uuiiil.ere-1
fo '.r 1 1' In the City of I'airo, ccordinjr to the. re
i or.ieii m.'ip or plat of said city ; which said c-:
vevatice was In inorttaL'u to n'citro the iivum.'
mat.il'ty of certain proml-orv no'es tt.n.-ln
iiion the last of vii. i ll j-rotni.-ory
!;:" tie re r.ow r. malt d
of Twvnlyf.U' h -indrs d do
n 'en p.
r I ' tl'.
rest per annum ti.ireon fioin tie i .:t-ei.'.h
of Av.cast.A. it.,
Nov.. therefore, not;.." is hereby u".v n that u.d. r
an : 'V vi:"ie '-nd in p-!.r--.ai:'.' of th" terms and
condi'ion- of said a.t mort.'.-u'e. I, the under-. .t.
..d. v.i.l m
1 MONDAY, THE FIFTH DAY OF APKIL. A D .
at the hor.r of two o'clock p. m . of that dav. at '!
Court House door, in the ity c-f i 'airo, Al Xa:.'l r
County. Illlnoi. ed t.'.e ren' estate ai-ove deter. li
ed, at public vendue to the t ..-ni st b:iMi r for (a-:.,
iri Land, and wili i-seru'e to the (' reha-.-r a dt-J
th.r.ior H'PHU'l li CUNNINGHAM
t'-iiro. Ills . larch ud, lsi. Morthfee.
're. i. A ;; . rt. Attorneys
I PLD'ATIoN FuK PAIIDON.
I'ul'lic ro'ic.--1 hereby (.wen. that on Friday. :!."
.' th day of Mat' h A D ls.. mi apj.lii a'loti w..l
be made to II: ExcclVncy. H'-n. S. M. Ciillorn.
Oovernor of the Stat of Illinois, for the pardon ( t
ot.e frank Ransom, who was c-'i.vscti d o thc r.rr."
ol -.-ranil larceny at the September term. A. D
of the Alexander County ltc.it Court: at vtl.Hli
tune undpiai ea.l person interested, may app. ur
and resist said application if tin t tit to iln so,
on t.ehalf o! said rrank I!anom.
Dated at Cairo, 111., thi Uh di.y of March A D.
'AX SALE NOTICE.
Henry Koiw.ns and all other r ron interrstid.
are hereby tiotuled that on the eif.'.th day of J:i;y,
A. D. ls, Ht a tar fale of real estate, made at ;t.e
co irt house dour, in c tiro. A, ' .nmder i ounty. hii
U'.. hv the tto u st. ri!f and ex oflb io co'l. ctor of
tax'-. In and for "ijj.d county. I. E W. Jlalitcy.
purrhts.-d !ot ;o and ".1. in b'loik ?o. in the City cf
Cairo. Uiinu'.". ti.X(l in tin name of Henry Kol-v-In.',
for the state, ceucty. n hool and oth'-'r tan s.
tai.-d tl.ereor. for the year 1-tV and 'os's. and that
the '.inn-of redemption from said sale i ipirc cn
the -hday of J-.'v. A. D. l-o
t. w . HAL I.IDA Y. Pur hacr
FJSHElt & CO,
l.:.!.wSoli.o It .-tn eg r.nd
in evirv rt
FISHER & CO., are now in ue
tlieir wnri; is wmiiinted,
They niivc received
iurinri suiiniii i- mv
O.m.ta, Inns.. July Pi. ls;:.
and three of thtni two year In my livery stable,
year - .
in constant use.
A1 Fisher Duccy I ",7
him at lull pi ed. sometiines with Iw; (.Town ladle- and
money 1 nuid lor it. I
sav the Eniern A risuer
A. M. TEAO UE. Fanner.
CARRIAGES ARE THE REST