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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1880.
AM, ADVKNTMKMKNTS In thla niluniu, of
8v lin nirb or It will Ik published lor'.
tcuta one lunrrilon ; n time, an cenia; i ween, i-m,
womb, l.fci; 8 month without thaue. ai.tfl per
toouUi. Eacb additional lluu, prorata. Nltiiatlon
FOR UK NT.
So. t Winter' Kow-S room. Kent. 'l.
M.J. HOWLKY. Ural Folate AiNiit
llOY WANTKD , u ,
To loam the carpenter and joiner trade. Mnt
k its art and ctive, 17 to Wear of jv
An order' eood for inn. If PP1. "n ' V1
lrt cla. ltfeudlehou Piano. III be ild low.
Apply at tula oflloo.
Mr. L. J. Byrne ran accommoluU) a few day
fcoader, alo iKinrd md room for two. J rl,,'v''r
Inw. Apply at her houe next to too (atliollc
cbnrcb on Waabluiitou attune. '
II. MAREAN, M. I).,
Homeopathic Pliy.siciilu and Siirsroon.
Cca 140 Ot, amerclal avenue. Reldeuc corner
Konrteentti St. and Washington aveuiio. Cairo.
It E. W. WHITLOCK,
Crura No. l: tominercial Avenu, between
KighiU and MulU Street
JR. W. C. JOCELYN.
' D K N T I S T .
OFFICE-EiKbih Street, near Commercial Avenue,
Notary Public and Couveyuucer.
OFFICS:-Vith the Wldowa" and Oorpnan' Mil
oal Aid Society.
T.J. OLmoiiuN. A. C. Hknms.
O'LOUliHLIN it DENNIS,.
Fancy G roceries
Flour of all Grades, Selected Teas,
Pure Coffees and Spices,
Choice Syrups and Molasses, Foreign
and Domestic Fruits, Canned
Fruits in Variety, Glassware, Queens
ware, Tinware, Tobaccos.
Cirars,Wincs,Liquors, Fanners Supplies
VCall and examine our tock. (iooda llRI.IV
EKSD PROMPTLY und FltKEol expense.
.or. Twentieth Street, North Side. Poplar.
YOCUM it BUODEUIUK,
Dealers in -
STAPLE and FANCY
"Washington Avenue, Cor,
IJ1HE CITY NATIONAL DANK
W. P. HALI.IDAY, President.
H. L. HALI.IDAY, Vice-President.
TllOS. W. HALI.IDAY, l azier.
. aTAATi TATLOR, W. P. HAU.IDA Y.
BENHr I,. HALUOAT, R. U. rCNNINIUUN,
k. D. V-U.MAMION, HTSPIIKN HIKII,
H U, CANIIIII.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
HOVmiT AND SOLD.
Doprectived and general Iniitlnt! liuaineM
JLhAA.NDKK ((iLMi HANK,
Commercial Avenue ulid Eighth Street,
V Hiin.H. I'ri'li.'iit,
P. Nurr. Vice President.
U. Wri.i... cashier.
1 -I'. .1 Kkriii. aIi unit faultier.
K. Bros. Cairo: William Kluir... Cairo-
Peter Ned', Cairo; Wllllain Wolr. Culm-'
C. M. tilou. Cairo: It. I, Ullllnuslov.Kt,. I.oiil-
Butler, Calm; .1. V, ciemmm.' i uleihuiln;
A OENF.lt AL UANK1NU UfSIXKss OliNK,
IMCHAViL u)d iiiiiI houhi. Inii ri'.i lmlil In
J the Saving Departineiit t'tilli'illniii. uiittlit
BUd all hxaltie pliitiiptly Ui int, i to.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Mauulaciarer of and Dealer lu Alrp
TIN, COPPER & SHEET IKON WAKE
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Sloruluff Dally In Southern Uliuols,
KmeMt II. Thlelekt, City Kditor.
Cairo. 111.. MureU 17, Itwn f
Time. Bar. Ther. Uiim. Wiud. Vel Weather.
a m :I4.44
T " 10.41
Hi " :i.4
'J p.m., :.:!
Maximum Temperature. :)'ts; Minliuiiiu Teuj'
perature, -jit 3; Ualnfull 0 00 Ini hu.
Illter 44 feet 1 inch.
W. H. RAY,
Sera't Signal Corn. V. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
The ladies of.tho Presbyterian church
will (five a sociable at the residence of Mr.
Win. Stratton, Thursday, . March 18th. A
cordial invitation is extended to every one.
General repairing ot. carriages ami bug
gies. Go to John Major, Teuth street, Cairo,
SEE YOURSELF AS OTHERS SEE YOU.
It you want a perfect, natural and life
like picture of yourself or friend in India
ink and water colors, albumen ink or oil
on canvass, give Liffhtfoot & Shelton, who
represent the celebrated Auburn Company,
your order. If not satisfied, ho charges.
Agents wanted. Special terms on applica
tion. Call ut Mrs.- McKee's, Seventh
street and Washington avenue.
Jno. Rees' new bakery, on Eighth street,
is headtuarters for fiish baked Boston
BitowN BuKADaud all the different kinds of
cakes and Graham Biiear; also wheat and
rye bread. His shelves are supplied with
candies and confectioneries of all kinds.
Prices low. Salesroom opposite J. Walter's
COAL! COAL! !
I am prepared to furnish the citizens of
Cairo with a good quality ot coal at the
lowest rates. I'pou leaving orders at the
comer of Teuth and Commercial, it will be
delivered to any part of the city.
All persons holding books belonging to
the Cairo Public Library arc requested to
return them on Saturday March 30th, to the
library, and no books will be given out on
that day and for a short period after, until
the books in the library have been re
marked, re-arranged, etc., and the cata
logue verilied. By order of the board of
trustees of the W. C. and L. A.
Mus. II. H Canokk, Sec'y.
At A. Halley's on Commercial aveutie op
posite Seventh street. The largest and
finest stock to be found in the city. Tin
and hollowware of all kinds. Fine cut
lery, bird cages, ammunition, etc. A new
supply of the BNsell carpet sweepers.
Garden and farm implements. Hardware
of all kinds. Cooking stoves, the best in
the market. Examine his stock ami prices
before you buy.
FOR SALE CHEAP,
the following machinery, all in lirst-class
order: One lioiler nearly new, 40 inches
diameter. 34 feet long, with smoke stack;
one engine 10 inch bore, 34 inch stroke,
wiih heater, force and lifting pump; one
Daniel's .planer; one 13 inch planer; four rip
saws and frames complete; one cut otf saw:
three shaping machines; one routing ma
chine Ur bud postHjind rails; one self-feed
shit tenanting machine, one boring ma
chine; one power mortising machine; two
turning lathes; three Eiifiy whei'ls.iuoiinted
on shafts and frames; sixty feet of 3 inch
line shafting with pulleys. For price en
quire at Furniture Factory.
William Eh iiiiokf.
Mr. John Majnr has now on hand a
large lot of farm ami spring wagon, log
wagon, one horse, two horse and sulky
ploavs, TeSMcr's best, ai.d double and single
harrows. New and second hand buggies
very cheap for cash or approved paper. Ho
and see them.
The phantom party to be given at Wash
ington hull on Easter .Monday, will equal,
if not exceed, any like affair ever held in
the city. Persons having experience in the
business have its management lu hand and
are leaving nothing undone that may con
tribute to the pleasure of all who may nt
tend. Tickets ore fifty cents, and may be
had from A, (). iVBauii, . Myers, M.
O'Donnal, G, O'llara. Louis Herbert, .Tno.
Schccl, Elmer Coining, Harry Walker,
Ino. Koehler and Ibmry Hasenjager. No
persons without eintumesVill be permitted
to dunce tal'urc 11 oVluck.
n.UTlT ATT flfl A t xrpuru
UJlllXViVJi U Will J
-Yesterday's weather was comparative
Mr. Crandall, one of Mound City's
attorneys was iu the city yesterday.
The prospect for tho early organization
of a fair association is very fine and large.
The furniture factary machinery is for
sale cheap. See notice in another column.
Parties especially phantom parties
will commence booming immediately after
The marriage market is very "flat" and
will continue to be so until alter Lent so
Can't Cairo Democrats organize a Mor
rison club and thereby follow the example
of "numerous cities?"
"Sec yourself as others see you," by
reading the advertisement of Lightfoot &
Sheltun's, in another column.
Will Emery, of the Comique, has two
hearts. One he plays with and tho other
the girls play with. He likes that heartily.
Mr. John Major is prepared t turuish
all kinds of new wagons and buggies ou
credit, on approved paper or very low for
Mr. W. II. Schutter, who has been
nursing Mr. C. Hanny during his severe
illness, reports that gentleman steadily im
proving. Mr. P. Mahauny, our tormer city jailer,
is the father of a fine boy baby which
found its way into this vale of tears on Fri
The late cold weather has killed some
of the crop of peaches. The crop of can
didates for the presidency will also be frost
bitten betoro lorn;.
St. Patrick's day was appropriately
celebrated yesterday by our Irish fellow
citizens, by attending divine service in St.
Dr. Petrie, yesterday took possession
of the front rooms in the second story of
the Alexander county biink building, and
will hereafter be fouud there.
"Many voters" should begin to exert
their influence over those of our good peo
ple who can he induced to make the ulder-
manic race, and cause them to announce
Dr. Wood was yesterday engaged in
preparing to remove from among us the
man, "Crazy Jimmv" who has been such a
nuisance to some of our citizens, fr sev
eral weeks- past.
Another tidal wave. This time it is
created by the "Faultless," the most popu
lar five cent cigar in this or auyother mar
ket. For sale by F. Korsmyer, Ohio Levee,
corner ot Sixth street.
-- Perhaps no break in our sidewalks has
occasioned more profanity than the one on
the west side of Washington, between
Tenth and Eleventh streets. It has caused
more stumbling at nights than old "tangle
'Who has not heard of the vale of"
we have forgetten the rest, but everybody is
hearing of, and trying, and buying the
PlKHiiix'Baking Powder, and are assured of
Eight hundred full sheets of Bristol
card board to be cut into business cards,
tickets, visiting cards, etc., were yesterday
received utTm; Bi llktix job office.
We desire to call attention to the ad
vertised sale of lots and lauds in East
Cairo, to take place next week. Read the
"a I" in another column and don't miss so
L'ood an opportunity to buy houses on easy
The city scraper is lying at the corner
of Ninteenth street and Washington ave
nue, in a position in which teams are apt
to pass over it. The person whose duty
it is. should remove it out of the mud and
put it out of reach of raiu.
The law office of Hendricks & Hend
ricks, to be found in the second story of the
Alexander County Bank building, has been
handsomely furnished of late. A new car
pet, comfortable chairs, handsome oil
paintings and a fifty dollar desk grace' the
The Catholic church, on the corner of
Ninth street and Washington avenue, was
crowded last night by our best Irish citi
zens, who listened to a lecture by Rev. D. L.
Leyden, of Cape Girardeau, Mo. Tho lec
ture is said to have been fine, full of argu
ment and inspiring passages.
The good people of Cairo ami Alexan
der county who have taxes to pay should
see to it that they arc paid before the first
of April. On that day the collector will
commence preparing copy of the delin
quent list for the printer, ami then light
ning is bound to strike. "A word to the
Nine hundred pounds of Hat writing
paper to be ruled into note heads, bill
heads, letter heads, bills lading, etc., were
yesterday received nt Tun Bcllictin job of
fice. The two roosters who robbed William
Nichols, of Springfield, of six dollars on
the wharf boat, day before yesterday, were
each held in bond of three hundred dol
lars to await the action of the circuit court.
No money was found upon their person,
but the supposition is that ifwas secreted
on the wharf boat before Flogan und Lally
A stump which is very dangerous to
teams is to be found in the road, ou Wash
ington avenue, near the corner of Twen
tieth street. We are requested to call tho
authorities' attention to this stump by a
gentleman whoso buggy came very near be
ing upset by beiug driven over it. It should
bo attended to or a serious accident may re
Gen. Grant is put by a foolish Chica
go newspaper in the familiar attitude of
asking for "more." Oliver Twist asked for
more; but an American citizen who has
been honored to the full extent of any man
in the republic, living or dead, should not
be a supplicant for further honors. Wo do
not helicve Gen. Grant has authorized the
Chicago newspaper iu question to mako
him a "candidate."
A colored boy was arrested night be
fore last iu Jno. McNulty's hardware store.
Ho was drunk and had gained entrance to
the store through a front Window which he
had broken. He was brought before Squire
Robinson for trial, where he explained that
while passing by the store in a drunken
state, he fell against the window, breaking
it, and being desirous of finding a resting
place for the night, crawled through tho
opening und layed down to sleep, in which
state he was found by the officer, I lis tes
timony being pretty well corroborated by
the facts, Mr. McNulty concluded that
there was not sufficient ground for prosecu
tion, and hence did not urge the case. The
squire let him off with a fine of one
dollar und costs, for drunkenness.
The law practice of Judge Green has
of late called him to various portions of
this congressional district, and wherever he
has been he has received the most flatter
ing notices from the Democratic press. He
is certainly a valuable man to the Demo
cratic party, of this district, who, as chair
man of the congressional committee, has
rendered most excellent service to the party.
He is a man of depth and breadth
of brain a man of caution to prevent
wrong, and courage to act when occasion
requires. He has done much in the past to
help the Democrats in their attempts to
gaiu victories iu this district, and has al
ways shown himself as a man possessed
with the ability, not only to direct, but to
lead a campaign.
The defects discovered iu the law pro
viding for the taking of the census have
been remedied by requiring each enumera
tor, after finishing his work of enumeration
to give public notice in at least three places
in his district that he will be present at
some convenient specified place for three
days, for the purpose of making corrections
of his lists. The lists are to remain open
for inspection, and the enumerators arc au
thorized to administer oaths, examine wit
nesses, and make corrections in accordance
with evidence so obtained. The time for
completing the returns is extended fifteen
days. Each enumerator is also required to
make a duplicate list of the inhabitants in
his district, which duplicate is to be filed
iu the office of the secretary of the state or
territory in which the district is situated.
An appropriation ot f :jo0,00y is to be made
to cover the additional expense made neces
sary by these amendments. The work of
taking the census, as has been previously
announced in Tiik Billktin, will com
mence in June.
"Crazy Jimmy," the fellow who fur
several week has buen lounging about the
city, has for sixteen years been an inhabi
tant of our poor house, and has, during that
time, cost Alexander cotiuty from one hun
dred to one hundred and twenty dollars
pe year making the total expense, which
he has so far been to the county, about
nineteen hundred dollars. We are inform
ed that the fellow came to this
city as u tramp sixteen years ago.
and that he has, ever since his first appear
ance here, been a bunion to the county.
His presence in the city now is owing to the
fact that he escaped from the poor farm.
The county has never before been blessed
or more properly, cursed with the presence
of any man who has so persistently "stuck
to" it, and, undoubtedly, the com
missioners could in no better way serve
the people than to pay for his transporta
tion to some foreign clime.
Although the fellow is not in the best of
health, he may inhabit this sphere for twen
ty years to come, and at a hundred dollars
a year, the county would be out nn addi
tional two thousand dollars, before his
"crazy spirit would return to its maker.
CARD OF THANKS.
We desire thus publicly to express our
heartfelt thanks to tho people of Cairo for
the noble response to our call in aid of Mr.
Hagey, and especially to Prof. Eisenberg,
A. Swoboda, E. Dezonia, Win. June and L
C. Herbert for favors, and to all who ren
dered us material aid. Tiik Commiti kk.
of Hugev Benefit Ball.
at Tin; PLAvrats' iiocse.
I. J. King, Tillin, (.).; II. C Wheat, St.
Louis; F. P. Stone, New Orleans; John T.
Milliken, New Orleans; Geo. S. Obear, N.
Y.; S. C. Buckman, Chicago; Rob't
Heather, Philadelphia; J. B. Carlton und
wife, Kemsbugh, Ills.; E. W.Morris, Ullin;
Mrs. D. B. Wutkins und child, Ullin; T.
IT. Jackett, Memphis; W. Jacket!, Mem
phis; D."W. Rice, Clinton, Miss.; W. Hale;
Walnut Ridge; J. Shelebaker, Belknap;
Geo. Conghaman, Yincennes; H. Fluck
nian, Metropolis; W. Mitchel, Metropolis;
Toney Fogassi, Bird's Point; Jesse Milli
ken and wife, St. Louis; Thus. Stops, St.
Louis; Mrs. Jenlvtn, Eddyville, Ky.; W. S.
Catroc, St. Louts.
Tlio Dost in
When used according to Directions it produces the most
perfect hot breads, besides possessing all of those essential
qualities in which other powders are lacking. ,
GEO. 15. O'HAHA, Apothecary
Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer, Cairo, Ills.
THE DILLARI) MYSTERY.
The alarm ot tire which was sounded at
13 :!10 o'clock night before last, was caused
by the burning of a shanty at the corner of
Twenty-eighth street and Ohio levee, which
was occupied by the old negro, Thornton
Dillard, commonly called"Dr. Dillon." The
shanty was burned to the ground and the
occupant, Dr. Dillard, was burned to a
crisp. Early yesterday morning the rumor
was set ulloat that the old mau who is a
rag picker- hud a few days ago obtained two
huudred dollars from the Illinois Central
railroad and that some person had knocked
him in the head ; taken the money from
him and then set fire to the shanty leav
ing him, inside to burn to death. It was
subsequently found, however, that he had
obtained uo money from the railroad; but,
notwithstanding, since he had made fre
quent brags that he was in the possession
of a largo amount of money, there were
those who entertained serious doubts con
cerning the cause of his death. In order
to get at the tacts iu the case Coroner Fitz
gerald, iu company of u jury of
six, yesterday forenoon visited the
spot where the shanty had stood.
It had been but u poorly constructed utl'.iir,
about six by eight in size and perhaps
five feet in height, and was found to be en
tirely destroyed, und the only things which
remained of its contents, was an old stove
and a cupboard. In front of the stove were
found some of the old man's bones burned
into small pieces, and also some of his
brains which had fallen out of his head
when he was removed. A little farther on,
the jury found the remains of the
man, which had been placed
upon a saw frame of the adjoin
ing wood yard, in order to keep it out of
the reach of dogs. The legs aliove the
knees and the arms nlxive thoellxiws were
gone, as was also the lower jaw bone. The
buck portion of the scull had, apparently,
been burned off, tlus causing the brain to
dropout of the head.and the whole trunk
for nothing more than the trunk remained
was burned to a crisp.
The jury, alter hearing the evidence of
Mr. Miller, the night watchman of the
elevator, adjourned until four o'clock in the
afternoon, when the fireman und engineer of
a switch engine of the Illinois Central mad
and Officer Lally were sworn and permitted
to make their statements. All that was
learned from these gentlemen was, that
Dillard had been in n habit of
keeping a large file in his
shanty at night ouc that might
have been apt to set fire thereto; tkat the
place was visited by theni shortly after the
breaking out of the fire; that although the
shanty was small the fire was very hot
and that Dillon, when first seen,
was in a crouching position
and afire from head t foot, and
apparently dead. No one was seen about
the shanty at the time the fire was discov
ered. . This was about the substance of the evi
dence and the jury, believing that some
thing more positive could be ascertained,
adjourned until ten o'clock this morning,
There My those who believe that the old
man was killed by some tramp who has
heard him brag about his money and that
the shanty was set on fire in order to
hide the deed. They claim that in a
shanty so full of cracks and holes he could !
not have been smothered by smoke. He
might have been drunk, they say, but the
shanty was such that n man, even in
a drunken condition, might have
gained egress with ease. It was supposed
that he hail at least some money, in coin,
about his person, but none could be found
where he was burned. It was also believed
that he hud a shot ijuu in his shanty ut the
time it (Mis binned, und if so, the barrel of
the gun should have been found upon the
site, and the fact ,of its not being there is
looked upon as evidence of foul play.
These ar only some of the reasons why
it is thought that the old man was mur
dered, and those who can throw any light
upon the matter should be at the court
house at ten o'clock this morning, when the
jury will again meet.
HORSE RACE RHYME.
The below rhyme was handed us
the other evening, by its , au
thor, William Walsh, for pub
lication. It describes u horse race
which took place sixteen miles above this
city, at Pulaski, between the horses of
Joseph Cook and Daniel Duvull.
I'll try and rhyme n few remarks
About some friends of niiue;
One is a thrifty tanner,
While the other sells port wine..
This liquor man he purchased
A horse of some renown,
And said he was tho fastest horse
That came into his town. ,
This farmer then, a sporting nr.iu.
Who would not he outdone,
Said he'd go him a liver
Just for a little fun.
So Saturday, tho Sixth ot March,
They with their horses met,
And a large crowd assembled there,
Although the day was wet.
The nag the farmer brought with hiai
Was not considered fleet,
But got uway with the long bay,
Whom the liquor mau called IV to.
Then the liquor man excitedly,
Ran out in ull the raiu,
Suying, "Dan, you beat old Pete to -dty,
But can't do it again."
Says Dun, "Joe, I'm five winner,
And if you want to win it back,
I'll run you on next Saturday,
When we have a better track."
Says Jo "plank down vour sugar."
Just then Dan plunked it down
And the race was matched for Saturdiy,
To ruu right through the towu.
The liquor man thought to himself,
It would be quite a trick,
To engage a truiner und
To make old Pete look slick.
The trainer then took hold of Pete
And rubbed his htad with rag-.
And rubbed his legs with brick ....
A'ltl fed him on oak snags.
Now, Dun being up to all such tricks.
Thought his nag he would train,
So he beat his shins w ith a hickory club
And frizzled up his mane.
His lioard was of the finest.
Of as fine as I saw yet:
It consisted of good saw dust.
Which is line as board can g?t.
The day at last came for the race.
And each man with his steed.
And all then was in readiness
For this great trial of sped.
Stores and dwelling r ofs were throng' I,
As also were the slieds.
With eager x-ople trying to p.ej
At tho.-e two thoroughbreds.
When on the track the horses pnacl.
Both ready for the fruy.
And each were over anxious
To win the race that day.
Now Pete knew hf would have to run
To beat Dan's noble steed.
For h had met him once before
In a irreat trial of speed.
Jo, knowing Pete had once been bef,
He to himself did say:
"I think if I do something sharp
The forfeit I will pay."
He paid the forfeit then to Dan.
Which seemed to please Dan then,
But Dan said. Jo. "it I did right.
I would have won your ten."
The race was then all over
And each one went his wy:
Some stayed and filled on real punch.
For which they seldom pur.
There is w here Jo untie his sugr.
Or that's what people think.
He could stand to losp five on the nee.
And t ike ten in fr drink.
'fKMl'KKAXCK II A LL.
THE Ml. EH TOM, i Kl) OltATolt."
IIOX. (JKO. R. WEXMJMi
Will Deliver hi- fetel.rated Lecture.
rn... T)....m v 4 ... . .
Cnder the a'.iilre o! the Temp'-rnnee liefum
Cluh. nl Tenperaiii-e Hull.
"Weclnosdav. iMtircli M-
Ticket !' renl. - fur ;!e at Ifijiitc Sre u:i l
llareliij-' rlriii: tre
' One Nkiht Only !
Monday Evening, 'arch 2iM
THE FEMALE N A Pol.EUN,
Miss MAY FISK
AND HER FAMOUS TROUPE
The Biie-t Female oratl.iitiou iu Hie wurM.
Sent, tin sule at 1). Ilartnuu'.
QRF.AT SALE OF
Town Lots ami Other .
Tracts of Ij.iiuI
In KAST CAIRO.
U.v tlrtueol a Jinl''iiieiit mill unorder of ale of
Hie Ilulliiiil ( iiininiiii I ' I i-H- Court, rendered at the
Jiiiiunrv term IS'.'.i. On the petition ol Phillip M.
(tettrite Ctn-ke hell.
The niulerlmuil will, on Mnuilitv, the iind d
of Mnri'h lssn, heftire the court" houe dour in
lUaiirfvllle. Dullard County, Ketilutkv. It btilnst the
llrt day of the Miuvh term of tho liallard circuit
Court, exiione to public ule to the hiuhual hldder,
the follow hie, dccrlhcd properly, via:"
Town lot an IhiiI till In Rat Cairo, Ky., ou lot
No. Ti, In the division of laud by niiumilnu
er. under order of court : nlo the lialiince of
nlil lot, contalnliiK it htm i lm) acre; itlo lot No.
uoiilalnliiit li.'i acre. Lot No. 10, uontaliilnit ill"
acre; Lot No. IS, eoiiliiinlnii 170: Lot No. 17. lot);
Lot No !!!.:! ID Here, to tllvlded Into four tract
Alo uo acre on the ouih end of Lot No IS. All
of nld lot are III the i!lvllou of Houald' Survey
llhove referred to. The mrchner will he required
to 1(1 v.) bond wllh approved security, for the pay
ment of the piircliHHO tnonev. to have Inn force of a
' llepleviu llniiil hearlnu -. Interest from the day
ul tiw, won a uen reeiveinni llie properly, until
all the purilmse money I paid, lloud due In (i,
1!. IS mid month. T. U.WIIITH,
Ma-tor (.'ummtluiuir el liallard Cunimou Plemi