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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FKIDAY MORNING, MARCH 19, 1880.
it invrnilurviF'ITH n this rnliunn. o(
A. Ovr Maui rarb or lea will be published lorsft
ptnu one insemou; unien, 11 coiim; r. ,
month, 1.80; 8 month without change, 41.00 per
Month. Each addltloual Hue, prorata. Situation
TANTED-A gentlci&n with from 50 to 100 tlol-
r I. .......7 . ......1 .rw! ..ill ir.uillil. OUO
fcundrwd dollar month guaranteed. Andrew, u.
II., Itallvtio one.
Ho. J Winter' Row Groom. Rent. $9.
M.J, HOWLEY. Heal Estate gt.
BOY WANTED ,
To learn the carpenter aud joiner trade, mum
ka tntrtind active, 17 10 "'"jV,10 p00RE.
An order' good l.ir flHO. If l,I,1l.11'!,1"n tv,l ,
tat"" MeudlesBhou i'lttuo. Will bo aold low.
Apply at this oltlce.
Mm I, .T Byrne can accommodate a few nay
boadorK, a1o hoard and room for two. rrlce very
low. Apply at her bonce next to the tathollc
church on Wasblnuwn avcuuo.
.-y II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic riiysician and Surgeon.
Office HO Oi. amerclal avenue. Ilesldcuce corner
Fouru euth St. aud Washington aveuoe, Cairo.
J)R. E.W. W1I1TLOCK,
Ornra-N'o. ISft Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth aud Nluth Slreew
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
KKICK-Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Puljlic aud Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widows" and Oorpnana' Mu
aal Aid Society.
T. J. O'LoruiiuK. A C. Dknnih.
Q'LOUulILlN ct DENNIS,
Flour of all Grades, Selected Teas,
Pure Coffees and Spices.
Choice. Syrups aud Molasses, Foreign
and Domestic Fruits, Canned
Fruits in Variety, Glassware, Queens
ware, Tinware, Tobaccos.
. Cigars.Wincs.Liquors, Fanners Supplies
t""CV,l iud examine our stock. Good DELIV
ERED I'KuMI'TLY and FREE of expense.
Cor. Twentieth Street, North Side Poplar.
STAPLE axd FANCY
Woftitiiriton Avenue, Cor.
EL if.m yi0"L BANK
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k. O. WILLIAMSON. STEI'HKN WHO,
H. U. CAMIK.K.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BortiilT AND SOLD.
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Comm'rrur A?enu md P'.iurbfli Street,
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P. Xr.rr. Vkfc-Pr-.id-Lt.
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T.J. huarii. AMitatit l'aihler.
Y. Bro. Cairo: William Kliiiie. Cairo;
Heter Neft", Cairo; William Wolf, Cairo;
.'. M. OnterUih. Cairo; It. L. Billllii:ley.St. j.ouls;
B. Under, Cairo; .1. Y. Clemnun. Cnledonln;
A GENERAL BANKING BISINESS DONE.
I EXCHANGE aold and IxniKlit. 1 nltrx-xl paid In
-J the halliff Hi partmeiit Collei.tioiiH made
IkOd all hanltiehV promptly atteiidi'd to.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer of and Dealer InAlau
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUN"tY
Only Morniny Dally in Southern Illinois.
Krnest II. ThieUwke, City Kditor.
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"Time! Bar. Tlier. II uni. Wind. Vel Weather.
B a. in 30.07
7 " 'W.07
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Uiilmnm T..mi.rtnr.l. MS! MlnllllUID Ten)-
ppraturo, :3; Rainfall 0 (Kl lnch.
River 44 feet 4 India. W H RAV,
Sera't Slunal Corps. U. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
General repairing ot carriages and bug
gies. Go to John Major, Tenth 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 Lijjhtfoot & Shelton, who
represent the celebrated Auburn Company,
your order. If not satisfied, no charges.
Agents wanted. Special tonus on applica
tion. Call at Mrs. Mclvee's, . Seventh
street and Washington avenue.
Jno. Rees new bakery, on Eighth street,
is headquarters for frenh baked Boston'
Brown Bread and all the different kinds of
cakes and Graham Breab; also wheat and
rye bread. His shelves are supplied with
candies and confectioneries of all kinds.
Prices low. Salesroom opposite J. Walter's
COAL! C'OALl ! .
1 am prepared to furnish the citizens of
Cairo with a. good quality ot coal at the
lowest rates. Upon leaving orders at the
corner of Tenth and Commercial, it will be
delivered to any part of the city.
All persons holding books belonging to
the Cairo Public Library are requested to
return them on Saturday March 20th, 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 tho cata
logue verified. By order of the board of
trustees of the W. C. and L. A.
Mas. II. H Candef., Sec'y.
At A. Halley's on Commercial avenue op
posite Seventh street. The largest and
finest stock to be found in tho city. Tin
and hollowware of all kinds. Fine cut
lery, bird cages, ammunition, etc. A new
supply of the Bissell carpet sweepers.
Garden and farm implements. Hardware
of ail kinds. Cookiug stoves, the best in
the market. Examine his stock and prices
U-fore you buy.
Mr. John Major ii prepared to ltimish
all kinds of new wagons and buggies tin
crvdit, ou approved paper or very low for
FOR SALE CHEAP,
th; flowing nncliinery, all iu first-class
.r'l-r: One boiler nearly new, 40 inches
duiiii'tei. 24 feet long, with smoke stack;
nne engine 10 inch bore, 24 inch stroke,
witli heater, force and lifting pump; one
Daniel's planer; one 12 inch planer; four rip
saws and frames complete; one cut off saw;
three shaping machines; one routing ma
chine for bed posts and rails; one self-feed
slat tenanting machine, one boring ma
chine; one power mortising machine; two
turning lathes; three Emery wheels.motintml
on shafts and frames; sixty feet of 2 inch
lino shafting with pulleys. For price en
quire at Furniture Factory.
Mr. John Major has now on hand u
large lot of farm and spring wagons, log
wagon, one horse, two horse and sulky
plows, Tessier's best, and double and single
harrows. New and second hand buggies
very cheap for cash or approved paper, tlo
and see them.
The phantom party to be given at Wash
ington hall on Euster Monday, will equal,
if not exceed, any like affair ever hold in
the city. Persons haviug experience In the
business have its management In hand and
are leaving nothing undone that may con
tribute to the pleasure of all who may nt
tend. Tickets are fifty cents, and may bo
hail from A, O. DeBauii, H. Myers, M
O'Donnal, 0. O lliira, Louis Herbert, Jno
Scheel, Elmer Comings, Harry Walker,
Jno. ICoehler and Henry Hasenjager. No
persons without costume will be permitted
to daucc before 1 1 o'clock.
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Local news was nevermore scarce than
The walk in front of Ilartmau's new
building will bo of stone.
The ladies will have charge of the
meeting at Temperance hall to-night.
See notice in wanted column of gen
tleman with $100 capital wanted to travel.
Ford has received a new supply of
mouldings, etc., aud wants it generally
Crazy Jimmy still infests the city and
is happy while making everybody else mis
erable. Dr. J. W. Brigman, of Elco, arrived in
tho city yesterday eveuiug and will remain
several days visiting friends.
Messrs. Dennis & O'Loughlin contem
plate laying in a large stock of dry goods
and notions, in a week or two.
Mr. John Davidson, engineer of Halli
day's tug, is the father of a healty girl
baby. Hence wo congratulate him.
Tho Ancient Order of Hibernians at
tended the services at the Catholic church
night before last in a body and in uniform.
Mr. Richard Fitzgerald has been ap
pointed administrator of the Whitcamp
estate, and will, of course, give general sat
isfaction. The sociable of the ladies of the Pres
byterian church, held at Mr. Win. Stiat
ton's residence last night, was largely at
tended. It is whispered that probably Mr. Orr
will secure the nomination for the position
of health officer. He would doubtless fill
the place acceptably.
Eight shirs tit the minstrel performance
by the juveniles to-morrow night. , The
stars are, Alden, Hill, Parks, Taber, Parker,
Antrim, Alden and Sehotield.
Eight hundred full sheets of Bristol
card board to be cut into business cards,
tickets, visiting cards, etc., were yesterday
received at The Bulletin iob office.
Rev. I). L. Leyden, of Cape Girardeau
college, who lectured in St, Patrick's church
on the evening ot St. Patrick's day, re
turned to his home yesterday. He is quite
an aged gentleman.
"Who has not beard of tho vale of
we have forgotten the rest, but everybody is
hearing of, and trying, and buying the
Pho'uix'Baking Powder, and are assured of
The wife of Mr. Dalton, a laborer, who
resides ou Twenty-eight street, died while
in the labor of child birth day before yes
terday. No physician was in attendance,
we hear, aud the child has sinco died.
The rue in the river has almost
entirely covered the farm of the late Fred
Whitcamp with water, and the administra
tor of the estate, Mr. R. Fitzgerald, yester-
lay contemplated a trip to the place in or
der to rescue the live stocK.
-Our Irish people generally express
themselves as greatly pleased with their
new priest, Father Mastcrson, who came to
this city from Mound City. Our acquaint
ance with him is slight, but we know him
to be an intelligent gentleman of agreeable
We were yesterday reliably informed
that Mr. Nick. Williams had received for
his services iu the Whitcamp murder case,
one hundred dollars from Sheriff Hodges.
Mr. William's services undoubtedly lead to
very important results and were valuable to
the people's side in the case.
The handsome flag which was yester
lay unfurled to the breeze from the Delta
engine house, is a present to the company
from Mr. W. W. Mathuss. Mr. MaUiuss
is not a member ot the company and it is
needless to say that the members are tie-
lighted with the present.
Mr. Gillett visited the city yerterday
in the interest of the "Putty House Draw
ing Scheme" of Fun du Lac, Wis. He left
tickets on sale with Geo. E. O'Hara, who
formerly resided there and knows that it
will be honestly and honorably conducted.
since it is in the hands of the best business
men of that city.
There is n strong movement among
Missouri Democrats in favor of the nomina
tion of Col William R. Morrison for prcsl-
lent. Most of the members of the state
committee, which met at St. Louis, would
like to have Seymour take the Held, but,
considering him out of the race, they
divitle on Hendricks and Morrison. The
convention will be held on the 20th of
-One of the most wonderful women in
New York, and certainly in journalism, is
Miss Middy Morgan, the cuttle reporter of
the New York Times. Miss Morgan is
said to be a better Judge of cuttle than any
man in the state. She makes the cattle re
ports for four New York papers. She is
six feet two inches high, and was ouco ar
rested iu a street car for being a man in
disguise, She proved tho charge to be
Although our people have been more
or less inconvenienced by the preseut high
Hipe water, wo have not yet heard of a fain
ily who have been compelled to move to
different quarters on account til it. There
is perhaps less complaint about its presence
this year than there has been Ht any former
year, and our people regard the matter phil
osophically, and argue that its presence can
only be hnniAflclal to tho health of the city
aud that it is a blessing iu disguUd.
It was yesterday suggested to us by
several citizens that possibly Mr. Andrew
Lohr might be induced to make tho race
for alderman from tho Second ward. We
doubt if Mr. Lohr would consent to be a
candidate, but are free to admit that a bet
ter man could not lie chosen from the ward.
He repicscnted his ward in the council
some years ago aud gave general satisfac
tion to his constituents.
Another tidal wave. This time it is
crcatetl by the "Faultless," the most popu
lar five cent cigar in this or anyother mar
ket. For sale by F. Korsmyer, Ohio Levee,
corner ot Sixth street.
A man named Jno. Dugan was arrest
ed last evening about five o'cloek, nt the
instance of Jas. Cheeney. lie has
lived in this city about a month, and has
been dealing with Mr. Cheeney to some ex
tent. We do not kuow how intimate their
business relations were, or what tho charges
against Mr. Dugau arc, l u learned that
about six hundred dollars are involved in
the case. Hogau and Sheehan made the
Police news was scarce yesterday no
business being transacted by either of our
justices. Justice Robinson modestly spent
the day in company of a plug of sweet
uavy, and Justice Comings was engaged m
polishing his spectacles in order that he
might be enabled to view more clearly tho
shadows which coming events ure casting
before. In other words, he was looking
forward to April 20th,' when ho will, or will
not, be elected police magistrate.
M'lle Armaindo started on her walking
fete last night at Turner hall at half-past
eight o'clock. The audience was small but
select, aud eagerly watching the pVogress
of the pedestrienuc and the time consumed.
We attended but could not remain.bitt for a
short time. Tho time consumed iu making
the first mile was nine minutes thirty sec
onds; and the second mile was completed
in nine minutes twenty seconds. M'lle Ar
maindo was followed by Amiee Doudozo
and S. W. Whittman agaiust T. W. Eek.
The match will be resumed to-night.
Are we getting back to the colonial
blue law? Or is a special enforcement of
a dead letter law gotten up
by a demagogue to make an ex
ception ot one man whom he personally
hates. Deunis Kearney has been convicted
of using "vulgar and threatening language,"
and has been fined one thousand dollars
and sent to prison for six months. If every
man iu Cairo, for instance, who uses
"vulgar and threatening language," were
sentenced, we would hav to cover a whole
block with jails. The Bulletin is for
Dennis, and every other man iu a horn.
Nine hundred pounds of Hat writing
paper to be ruled into note heads, bill
heads, letter heads, bills lading, etc., were
yesterday received at The Bulletin job of
Mrs. Fred Whitcamp, the wife of the
murdered man, still emphatically denies
haviug any knowledge as to how her hus
band came to his death. She stigmatizes
Kohl's confession as a monstrous lie, but
has nothing to say against the man himself.
She is a woman of much firmness of char
acter and will doubtless insist to the last
that she is not implicated in the murder,
and in case she does this, the only evi
dence upon which she can be convicted will
be circumstantial, and although the circum
stantial evidence is very strong, it will
perhaps not prove strong enough to hang
Thirty reams ol white and colored
sized paper for full sheet, quarter sheet,
half sheet and other sizes of posters ami
programmes, were yesterday received at
The Bulletin job office,
In yesterday's issue we mentioned ti e
f.ict that Judge Green was the recipient of
a number of very complimentary notices
from the press of this district, aud stated
that he was deserving of them. By so do
ing we seem to have incurred the
displeasure of the editor of the Sun,
ami that individual, in last night's issuc,en-
quires, with pretended surprise, "what has
got into The Bulletin man?"
and intimated that The Bulletin had
in the past slighted Judge Greeu. The
truth is,- however, that we have always
recognized the judge us one of the ulilest
Democrats of this district, and have never
lost an opportunity of sincerely expressing
our admiration of the man whenever an
opportunity offered. Whatever may have
been the course of The Bulletin in the
past in this regard, we know not, nor do we
care, and beg not to be held responsible for
tho doings of other men. But what has
got into the Sun man? Is it possible
that this intellectual Samson is sincere in
his flattery of the judge ami that in bestow
ing the praise he does, the old sinner is free
from design? If he is--it he menus what
he says a committee of darkeys should bo
appointed to call upon him and inquire
into his Republicanism. He is not a gun
of great dimensions, but tho Republicans
can't afford to loso him anil the Democratic
party could uever survive his "flopping
over." He would be as n mill
stone to its neck a dead weight.
Tho gentlemen who are at the head of
the movement to organize a fair associa
tion in this city, should receive the en
couragement which the success of so im
portant a scheme merits, Our people, tho
merchants especially, are in' duty bound
to lend all necessary assistance;
for the consummation of tho objects
of these gentlemen would result in Incalcu
lable good to the county and to the com
munity particularly. We have a largo and
well cultivated country around us. The
soil of Alexander county Is rich and under
cultivation. Tho farmers and stock raisers
are all in good circumstances and are
capable of raising as flue fruit, vegetables
and stock as those of any other section in
the land. It is only necessary to hold out
an inducement to them in order to bring to
light tho results of their labor. Cairo is a
better market for produce and stock of every
kind than any other city in this part
of the country. It offers better prices for
everything than Charleston,Paducah, Anna,
Joueslioro or any .other town within a hun
dred miles around us; yet, many fanners do
not avail themselves of this advantage sim
ply because tho facts are not impressed
upon their minds and they are not
asketl to come here. If tho organization is
effected; the fair announced as a perma
nent fact, aud the several approaches to tho
city placed in proper repair, we can safely
expect, that, not only will the great re
sources of Alexander county be developed;
a new impulse be given to tho tillers
of the soil through the entire county, and
Cairo be mailt! th"ir headquarters to dis
play and dispose ot their productions in
exchange for merchandise ; but the counties
in the neighboring states would also be
awakened to a better appreciation
of Cairo as a market, and hundreds
of farm wagons that are
drawn to Charleston and Paducah and
there loaded with merchandise would be
seen ou our streets, and alter having dis
posed of their various products, re-load
with goods from the shelves of our mer
chants and return home satisfied that Cairo
offers them the best inducements. All the
country 'round alwut would be made tribu
tary to Cairo, aud the blessings that would
result trom a proper management of the
fair would be felt by every citizen here.
Therefore we repeat, let our merchants, and
all other interested, do what they can Il
liberal subscription and otherwise, to speed
ily bring about these desirable results.
CARD OF THANKS.
I desire through your kindness and the
columns of The Bulletin to express my
thanks to the Turner society for the use of
their hall: to the musicians for music fur
nished free; to the ladies who labored so
zealously iu the management of the ball
given for my benefit, from which I received
the welcome sum of $ U'O.tiO, and to all my
friends who have stood so nobly by me
through in v affliction. John Haoev.
There was another crowded house at the
Theatre Comique last night to see the May
Fisk celebrities. The blondes were in their
best humor ami the comedians never talked
so funny. Every act in the programme is
a gem, so that it would be useless to at
tempt to select any special one for praise.
Little Nellie Parker has made hosts of
friends who are lavish in their applause at
everything she says or does. The De For
rests are a jolly pair of Dutch artists. Add
Weaver makes unlimited fun as a police
man, Lizzie Dentins sings and dances fine
ly, and the entire troupe appear in a clever
burlesque which sends everybody home in
high spirits. St. Louis Times, loth.
THE JURY'S VERDICT.
The coroner's jury which had under con
sideration the cause of the death of Thorn
ton Dilhud, colored, yesterday morning,
agreed upon the following verdict:
We, the undersigned jurors, sworn to
enquire of the death of Thornton Dillard,
colored, (known as Doc. Dillon) on oath,
do lind that he came to his death by burn
ing in his shanty, while the same was on
fire or from causes to the jurors unknown.
. W. F. Schuckers, Foreman,
W. W. Wooten,
P. It. Mortiu.
E. H. Thielecke,
AT THE PLANTERS' HOUSE.
W. H. Ray and wife, City; A. F. Sale
Canthenville, Mo.: II. F. Duke, Cincinnati,
O.; G. W. Harrington, Marion, Ills.; J. M.
Greer, Marion, Ills.; P. H. Lurimon, Ma
rion. Ills; E. B.Wagoner, St. Louis; Mrs.
(). W.Andrew, Paducah. Thos. P. Ludgate,
N.O.; R. P. Cox. Cincinnati, O.: R. II.
Williams, N. O.; Geo. Odin, Paducah;
C. P. Cook, Point Pleasant, Mo.:
J. C. Willis, Metropolis; E. II. Brush, Con
tralia; G. II. Wilden, Centralia; J. F. Wat
kins aud wife, Clinton; S. H. Chihls, Ma
rion, Ills.; Jennie Chihls, Marion. Ills.;
Frank Riddle ami wife, Hurrisburg, Ills.:
Jno. T. MiUiken, New Orleans; Miss Mary
Poorman and family, Dexter, Mo. ; 0. G.
Ackerson, DeSoto, Mo.; Miss Mary Grant,
Ash Hill, Mo.; Eliza Sims, Clinton, Ky.
Catarrh of the Bladder Cured,
Henrietta, Monroe Co., N. V,, Jan. 5, ItM).
II. II. Warner & Co. : Gentlemen :
I am a man 07 years of age, have lived in
Monroe county, N. Y., most of my life, and
believe there is no man of my iicqtiintaneo
who would doubt pny statement I might
make. I have been n terrible sufferer of
mitnri'li fit the hlildili'i- for vnnra. ITpurin'r
nf a number of cures from flic use oC voiir
remedy, and after taking a few bottles of
your Sate Kidney ami Liver cure, I was not
only relieved, but found myself cured.
A New Method in Medicine. By this
new method every sick person can get a
package ot the dry vegetable compound,
Kidney-Wort, and prepare for themselves
six quarts of medicine. It is n specific
euro for kidney diseases, liver complaint,
constipation and piles, and a grand tonic
The below dispatch from SprintrGeld
will be found interesting toourpeoplo :
Springfield, March 17. There is aeon-
siderable influx of Democrats from all
parts of tho stato into Springfield to-day,
luilitiuiuij iu uiu meeting Ul uiu iJcmu-
imnnii.iilnH. 4 . ll.A - t aI Ti .
cratic statcccntral committee, which con
venes at the Leland hotel at noon to-morrow.
The morning train will bring larger
crowds, and it is believed that a greater
number of representative men will bo pres
ent th an ever before on any similar occa
sion In the state. The comiuitteo will de
cide the date for holding the convention,
and also tho question as to whether one or two
conventions shall be held. Opinion seems
to be about equally divided as to the latter
subject, Home favoring but one convention
tor the selection of delegates to the Cincin
nati convention and the nomination of a
state ticket, and others arguing tho pro
priety of nominating a state ticket on a
state platform conforming to that of the
Cincinnati convention. The real value of
this meeting in a political sense is the indi
cation it will give us to party sentiment
throughout the state in regard to the rival
candidates for the Democratic presidential
nomination. Outside candidates have
no direct tiart in the srriinr.
le, but Illinois has three
candidates of her own and her dele
gates to Cincinnati will either be a unit for S
one of them or divided between Moirison
and Palmer, for it is generally conceded
here that David Davis has not the ghost of
a chance. Gov. Palmer's friends have re
cently worked up considerable local enthu
siasm for the candidate, which has been
embodied in a Palmer club, thoaiughly or
ganized, with a view of urging his claims
to preferment. The local influence is all
in favor of the ex-governor. Outside of
the state capital, however, so far as can be
learned from the expressions of
Democrats now here, Morrison is
largely in the lead. He has southern
Illinois at his back and Palmer cannot
muster the north to his support to Ifset
this. Morrison's strength is not local but
general all over the state. While no one
loubts Guv. Palmer's capacity ami fitnes
and sterling integrity, it is urged by Mor
rison's friends that in all the In-tter quali
ties of head and heart he is the peer of any
man, and that his unfailing consistency and
unfaltering devotiun to the party iu the
face of calamities make him more properly
the object of favor now when the party ha
honors and no.-sible emoluments to bestow.
If to-morrow's arrivals do not chang'j
thing the sentiment here will be over
whelmingly in favor of Mr.
Morrison, Mr. Goudy of Chicago
is the only prominent Democrat here who
has openly expressed a preference for any
other candidate. (Jen. Lewis Parsons of
Clav countv is here. He is an earnest
friend of Palaier, but is not working
against the favorite. J. M. Bush of Pik
countv. member of the state executive com
mittee, is strongly in favor of Morrison;
Hon. John H. Oberly is likewise; R. A. D.
Wilbauks of Mt. Vernon and host of
other leading Democrats are pronounced
Morrison men; indeed it is hard to find to
night a pruiuinent Democrat liviug out-ide
of Springfield who is avowedly iu favor of
'j1 KM WAX A NX1 E 1 1 ALL.
THE silver-tongued orator.
1I0X. JE0. U. WENDLING
Will Deliver liU Cele!.nit.-d Lecture.
The Problem of the Ai'es
I'nder the MH-pU .- of the Temperance I'.elorni
club, at Temperance Hull,
"Wednesday, .March M-l
Tick'-tr. 5' i ciMita for au!e al Bonk Store and
Barclay' ilruu' Mure.
One Niht Only !
Monday Evening. March i'lA
THE FEMALE NAPOLEON.
Miss MAY FISK
AND HER FAMOUS THOUPE
The fluent Female organization lit the world.
Seatu on siileal D. Unrttiutf .
REAT SALE OF
Town I iOt and tlior
In KAST CAIRO.
By virtue nf u Judgment ami an order of cale or
the Dullard Common Plenx Court, rendered at the
.lauuurv term ism. Ou the petition ol' 1'lillllpSI.
George Cocke's helm.
The uiiderelniii d will, on Monday, the iMnd day
of March lMSii, liei'ore the court house door Iu
Ulatidvllle, Dullard Couuly, Kentucky. It lielnir tho
Aral day of tho Slureh term of thu, Ballard Circuit
Court, uxiiohu to publle hiiIu to the liiuhent bidder,
the following dcHcrllicd properly, "vl.;"
Town Iota us laid off lu Euat Culro, Ky on lot
No. ft, in the iIIvIhIou or land by coiiuiiIhsIuu
ers. under order or court j alao the baluncti ol
aiild lot, coiitnlnlnit nliotil W ncrea; alao lot To. a.
coiitulnlnir m ncrea. Lot No. 10, etiiitalnlim ,)
ncrep; Lot No. HI, coiilalnlim 170: Lot No. 17, HlO;
Lot No. 21. (ill) acrea, to ho divided Into four tract.
AlaotlO acrea on the aouth end of Lot No IS. All
ol aaid lota are In the division of ltonuld rlurvev
above referred to. The purchaser will bo required
toiivo bond with upproved aecnrlty, for the pay
ment of the purchase money, to liavti tho furre or
Ueplevlii Bmid bearing Interest from the day
of sale, Willi a lien reserved on the property, uutll
all Hie punhiiHu money la paid. Bonds duo Iu 0,
W. IX aud 41 month. T, H. WHITE,
Master Commissioner or Ballard Common I'leai
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