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A LL ADVKUTIHKMHNTH In till column, of
yala onolnmirtlou; time. Ml r.enta; 1 week, li'i
month, 1.tj montha without change, SLUO per
l f V ll W or ! Will DO puilllRllvu uir
Kuril aauHloniii linn, pruram
rANTKD-A ip-ntlunuD wih from 5n to KO dol
nil', to ttarel and sell aoods. One
hundred dollar amoutu ijuurauteud. Addrcn, I'
ll., llallctln ofllce.
FOR KENT. .
Ko. 4 Winter' Row ft room. Rent. 1'J
M. J. IIOWLKY, Heal Estate. Agmit.
BOY WANTED ,
!. U.rn (ha r.rniintir and miner i trade,
ke tm-rt ud ctive, 17 to ltf veawof kk p()0I1 k
KOK SALE. , . ,
A- order' eood for fldO. tr Ptf.ftlB '3! Vow
Srat-clasa h(nil.-titiau Plauo. W ill t oid low
Apply at tUt office.
Mr. L J Hvrue can accommodate a few (lay
b "dir.. a so board and room two. I'r l v
low. Applv at her bouse next to the I atliollc
church on Vasulnton avenue.
II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office HO (,.. .mcrcial avenue. Residence corner
Fourteenth St. and Washington avenue. Cairo.
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Omr(-Xn.'l: Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Niutb Street
,U. W. C. JOCELYN,
O E NTIST.
OFFK E-Eiehth Sireet. near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public aud Conveyancer.
OFFIOBi-J-With the Widows' and Oorpnana' Mu
Sal Aid Society.
T. J. 0' Lot (.HUN.
A. C. 1EN1.
O'LOUuIILIX k DENNIS,
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.
Cigars. Wlnes.Lii.uors, Farmers Supplies
f?-Cnll and examine our stock. iooda DELIV
ER.; D PROMPTLY and KKKEol epciie
Cor. Twentieth Street. North Side Pophr,
yOCUM & mtODEIUUK,
STAPLE axd FANCY
HE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. UALI.IUAY, l're-ident.
H. L. UALI.IUAY. Vice-President.
THUS. W. UALI.IUAY, Cuxuier.
. mmTAYUm, w. p. MALLiiur.
BENHV I. MAI.I.I114V. B. H. (TNNINOIIAM,
4. D. WU.I.1AMIMIN. HTKIMIKN Blllll,
II. 11. CANTIKX.
Eicliauge, Coin aud United States Bonds
Bot'GHT AND SOLD.
Dop.iitreci.iveil aud a t'etieral ImtikltiK hni'luef.
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue ami Eighth Street,
F Biikm, I'ri-Hldi nt.
P. NKKr, Vice -Prealdeut.
11. Wki.i., Canliler.
T. J. Rbktii, AiMant Cufliler.
T. I5n. Cairo;
Peter Neff. Cairo;
.'. M. OMerloh. Cairo;
. Buder, Cairo;
Wlllliim Kin:''. Cairo;
Wlilmm Wall'. Culro;
U.L, iHlllliunli'y.St. I.iiiiU;
J. Y. Clempoii, Caledonia;
A (1ENERAL BAN KINO BCMSKSS DONE.
IXCIIAM.K U1 aud lioti-lit . Interest jiuld In
J tlie 8alupi Department Coll'TlioiiH m:ulu
aud all lan!iiuM promptly attended to.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AUD STYLES,
Mnnutaciurer uf and Dealer Iu Al.o
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
(W AIX KIND or joo woim ws t. to oniiK r9
NO. 27, I'ltillTH 81 KELT.
I THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ESTKUK1) AT TUB POST OFFICE IN CAIRO, IL
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTT.
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
Krmuat II. T hlolooke, City Kditor.
810NAI Orwr. I
Cairo, HI.. March l. IHHO. I
'time. Har. Tber. Uuro. Wind. Vel Weather
A a m ao.oo
7 " Su.o-J
10 " 30.11)
Maximum Temperature. M : Minimum leui
peraturu. 4J0 : Rainfall 0 03 luchn.
Klver44feet5lncbe. W. II. RAY,
Sere'l Signal Coroe, U. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
General repiurius ot carnages 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 Lfchtfoot & Shelton, who
represent the celebrated Auburn Company,
your order. Ifuot satisfied, no charges.
Agents wanted. Special terms on applica
tion. Call at Mrs. McKee's, Seventh
street and Washington avenue.
Jno. Rees' new bakery, on Eighth street,
is headquarters for fresh baked Boston
Bitows Bread and all the different kinds of
cake3 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 1 COAL! !
I 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.
, James Ross.
All persons holding books belonging to
the Cairo Public Library are requested to
return them ou Saturday March 20th, to the
library, and no books will be given out on
that day ami for a short period after, until
the books in the library have been re
marked, re-arranged, etc., and the cata
logue verified. By order of the board of
trustees of the W. C. and L. A.
Mrs. H. It Candre, Sec'y.
At A. ILilley's on Commercial avenue op
poMte Seventh street. The largest anil
finest stock to Im found in the city. Tiu
and hollow ware of all kinds. Fine cut
lery, bird cages, ammunition, etc. A new
supply of the Bissell carpet sweepers.
Garden and farm implements! Hardware
of all kinds. Cooking stoves, the best in
the market. Examine his stock and prices
before you buy.
Mr. John Major is prepared t turnish
all kinds of new wagons aud buggies on
credit, on improved paper or very low for
FOR SALE CHEAP,
the following machinery, all iu first-class
order: One boiler nearly new, 40 inches
diameter, 21 feet long, with smoke stack;
one engine 10 inch bore, 24 inch stroke
with heater, force and lifting pump; one
Daniel's planer; one 12 inch planer; four rip
saws aud frames complete; one cut off saw;
three shaping machines; one routing ni;i
chine for bed posts and mils; one self-feed
slat tenanting machine, one boring ma
chine; one power mortising machine: two
turning lathes; thr.'i'Ein'fry wheels.mountcd
on shafts and frames; sixty feet of 2 inch
line shafting with pulleys. For price, en
quire at Furniture Factory.
Mr. John Major has now on hand n
large lot of farm and spring wagons, log
wagon, one horse, two horse and sulky
plows, Tessier's best, and double and single
harrows. Now and second band buggies
very cheap for cash or approved paper. Go
nnd fee theiUj
The phantom party to be given at Wash
ington hall on Easter Monday, will equal,
if not exceed, any liko affair ever held in
tho city. Persons having experience In the
business havo its management in hand and
are leaving nothing undone that may con
tribute to the pleasure of nil who may at
tend, Tickets are fifty cents, and niy be
had from A, O. Delkun, H. Myers, M.
O'Donnal, O. O'llara, Louis Herbert, Jno.
Scheel, Elmer (Joinings, Harry Walker,
Jno. Kochler and Henry Hascnjager. No
persons without costumes will bo permitted
1 W uaucu uclul'u U oclocK.
0A1KU BULLETIN; .dATUUDAi MOlUSliSU, MAAilill
We are authorized to annoanca GEORGE R.
OLMSTED a a candidate for Police Maglatrato,
at tho enanlujt mitululpai aluctlun.
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Mr. A. Marx returned from the cast
yesterday morning where he has been pur
chasing a stock of spring clothing.
Sir. Chas. Lame has no aspirations for
the office of police magistrate and will, we
are satisfied, not consent to make the nice.
Col. Bob. Ingersoll says he has noticed
that people who have the smallest souls
make the greatest fuss about trettinu them
The farewell benefit, tendered to Will
Emery, at the Comique last night was an
entire success aud very flattering to that
Mrs. O. A. Osborne left for Dongola
yesterday, to nurse Mrs. Geo. B. Poor, who
isseiiously ill. Mrs. Poor is a sister of
Mrs. S. Williamson left for St. Louis
and Chicago last Thursday, to purchase all
the latest novelties and a tull liuo of spring
Eight hundred full sheets of Bristol
card board to be cut into business cards,
tickets, visiting cards, etc., were yesterday
received at Tub Bulletin job office.
"Heaven is my home" were tho last
words of an Arkansas man who was exe
cuted on Friday last. It is comforting to
know that the gentleman has no home in
Mr. Geo. E. Olmsted returned from
Ottawa yesterday morning having in
charge Mr. E. F. Davis. Judge Baker's de
cision in his case was sustained by the su
All the attorneys in the Nott caso hav
ing returned to tnis city, that case was call
ed in the county court yesterday morning.
The entire day was consumed in getting
the case ready for argument.
A pavement composed of Klein's ce
stir,lnir lipino- l.iid down
tllllV JIVUV, ij jvu.vihi C5 I
in front of the Court House hotel. It makes
a handsome appearance ami is me uri
walk which has been constructed in this
city of that material.
The Mendelssohn quartette with Ad
elaide F. Tarelli. the great soprano, will
dedicate Hartmau's new hall. This is the
best concert troupe ever on the road. They
will give two entertainments in Cairo in
the now hull of course on the eveninsrs of
the 5th and Cth of April.
Mr. Gus Williamson has gone to
Columbus, Illinois, to take charge of a
telegraph office of the narrow guage road.
He will remain there until the river falls
sufficiently to permit trains coming into
this citv. when he will return and resume
his old place here.
If Secretary Schurz desires the Indians
to be peaceable let him go at it iu a rational
manner. All that is necessary is to give
them plenty of the "Faultless'' five cent
cigars, to be found at F. Korsmyer's, and
they can't be anything else but good na
tured. Nine hundred pounds of flat writing
paper to be ruled into note heads, bill
heads, letter heads, bills lading, etc., were
yesterday received at The Bulletin job of
The use of postal cards ' to annoy and
humiliate delinquent debtors has been
stopped iu Ohio by a decision of the su
preme court. The court held that to dun a
debtor in this open manuer is liable to in
jure his credit and reputation, and is there
Smith &. Brinkmeyer, merchant tailors
have received a fine line of cloths and
p:issiniera for dress and business suits of
the latest style uud best material, also- gen
uine Scotch and English goods. Their
prices are low and satisfaction, ns to
work, fit 'and material is guaranteed in all
Having no special business of its own
to uttend to. the legislature of our Bister
state Kentucky passed a resolution ask-
ing a reduction of the president's salary to
$','.i,OUU. It tuis iieen rciut in me nuinMiiu
house ot representatives, and, of course,
will bo decently buried. Had the Ken
tucky legislature no superfluous salaries in
its own particular province to look after?
Thirty reams of white and colored
sized paper for full sheet, quarter sheet,
half sheet aud other sizes of posters nnd
programmes, were yesterday received at
Tiik Bii.i.KTiN job office
The taxpayers of Cairo nnd Alexander
county should beai iu mind that Sheriff
Hodges has already commenced the prcpar-
at ion of the delinquent list for publica-
tion, and that taxes cannot be received after
April 1st. Those of our citizens who have
not yet paid their taxes and desire to be Thus the suspicion was created which led
good to themselves and save extra charges to Dugun's arrest. These are thu facts as
should not fail to call upon our sheriff, with near as we can learn them,
money iu baud, before that time. -About two years ago the county clerks
From the North American, Philadel- of Illinois began a new custom, the result
phia, Maroh 0, 1880. "A well known bank of a law enacted by the legislature, of tak
president in Philadelphia insured in tho nig full facts conno ted with every mar
Equitable eleven years ago on the tontine rl.igo to be used by the slato board of
ordinary life plan. Tho policy matures health for statistical purposes. With every
this year, nnd its cash value is equal to 1)0 marriage llcenso there goes a blank, which
per cent, of nil premiums paid, milking the being filled out, shows the name of tho
$10,000 policy cost only twenty dollars per
r.il, 4ltn tviut nlMi'nn .......... MH.I..
uuuum .... ,v v., . j rm n. mm
prows tne insurance to no me cheapest
During the months of January nnd
February the E iuituUo Life Assurance So
ciety, of ' New York, paid dcatli losses as
follows : One policy of $30,000 to James
M. Motley, a merchant of New York; one
ot $23,000 to E. II. Sawyer, a manufactu
rer of East Hampton, Mass.; ono of $20,-
000 to J. C. Edmunds, merchant of Boston,
Mass.: two policies of $13,000; thirteen
no.,c 0f $10,000: eleven policies of
$3,000 and seventeen policies of amounts
rangiuir from one to four thousand dollars
The temperance meeting which was
conducted at tho Reform hall by tho
Woman's Christian Temperance Union
lust uight, was full of interest
niirht beinj; a pleasant one
attendance was quite largo -the hall be
ing nearly filled with ladies nnd gentle
men. A very entertaining composition was
well read by Amy Wilson, and several
gentlemen made Bhort speeches the most
telling one which was tho sp-ech of Rev.
George. The meeting adjourned at about
There was never but one man who
committed no fault and he so far forgot
himself as to turn water into wiuo at a wed
ding. Ever since then men have been in
the habit of getting drunk and among
those who have acquired the habit may be
named one Heuflerson Schember, who was
yesterday found in a boozy condition by
Officers Woe-ten aud Tyler and taken in.
Justice Robinson, although a kind hearted
man, refused to listen to his 'pleadings and
excuses and fined him one dollar and costs
which he didn't pay.
-The Metropolis Democrat says that
Capt. J. II. Newman has retired lrom the
Champion, and that the steamer is now
owned by a stock company, composed of
Cupt. John A. Bruner, A. J. Bird, Hunter,
Ben. Jenkins and J. N. Shunk. It is un
derstood that $0,000 of the stock is owned
at Cape Girardeau, Mo.. Other points
along the river taking stock sufficient to
swell the capital stock of the company to
$10,000. The change we think will work
well and assures a regular St. Louis packet,
which is aud will continue to be a great
convenience to our citizens. Success to the
Champion and her officers, say we.
For the benefit of poor people, we
mention the fact that a dangerous $20
counterfeit United States treasury note has
made its appearance in Southern Illinois.
It presents a remarkably good appearance
at first sight, but will not bear a Close ex
amination. It was the opinion at first that
it was all pen and ink work, but as a num
ber of these counterfeits have appeared, it
is thought that the outlines are photo
graphed in some manner, and the notes fin
ished with a pen. The notes are signed John
Allison, register, and John C. New, treas
urer. A cios3 exauuuuinn oi me note win
reveal its character. It is only dangerous
because the issue has not heretofore been
counterfeite 1, and the public arc only in
the habit of looking at the denomination of
the issue of this series.
The announcement of Mr. Geo. E.
Olmsted, for police magistrate, appears in
another place in this issue of The Bulle
tin. We can say noming whatever, cuuer
againKt or in favor of the man that every
voter does not know. He has lived nmong
us quite a number of years
and has so far succeeded in
gaining the comMcncc oi tnc people
that they have entrusted hiiu with very im
portant public duties which he has faith
fuy m, satisfactory discharged. No one
C.M sav that he is undeserving of the office
he seeks or that he is incapa
ble of discharging its duties, lor he is
known to be honest, honorable and to pos
sess more than average intelligence. We
believe him to bn as good a man as could
possibly be chosen to fill the place.
luo. Dugan, who was day before yes-
teaday arrested by Officers Hogan and
Slieehan and locked up in the county jail,
is charged with the forgery of an order m
Mr. Jim Cheenev for six hundred dollars
worth of merchandise. The following are
about the lacts in the case: Dugan, who
has been working on the Mississippi Cen
tral railroad, across the river, presented an
order to Mr. Cheeney for six hundred dol
h ()(. m(,rcllullrtis,(. to w,lit.,
had signed the name of J. J. Man. Mr
Man is connected in some important
ciinacitv with the .Mississippi cen
ft(1 mvinj, R, ,arge jBIlIllgl(
with hiiu in the past, Mr. Cheeney had full
confidence in bint and concluded to let Du
gan have the goods ou the order. Dugan
represented that the goods were wanted for
the Mississippi Central construction train
ucross the river and that ut tho time speci
fied In his order Mr. Man would pay tor
tho goods. Dugan had already obtained
eighty dollar's worth of goods when, upon
again taking the order in hand, Mr. CIk eney
noticed that Mr. Man's name Was incorrectly
spelled it Having two n s upon tlio order.
gvc.ora, his residence, occupation, age, color,
I .... , ...... m .
nativity, piaco oi oirtu, lather s name,
mother's maiden name, and number of
times ho has married; also, tho naino of tho
bride, licr midden name, If a widow, nnd
the sanio general facts us relate, to the
groom, mis is to M tilled out and re
turned with the marriage license. But
fully ono-half arc never returned, and of
those returned nono are usod for tabulation.
They are nicely filed away with tho license,
and that is tho last of them. This does
not apply to our county clerk, who is as
efficient in his position as it is possible for
a man of many years' experience to be, but
applies principally to tho various county
clerks through the state. The statistics
would be valuable if they wero tabulated,
but as the case now is they are of no use,
the law is not fullfilled, and tho expense is,
simply thrown away.
It may be of interest to somo of our
people to learu that Francis Murphy has
begun another temperance revival in Phila
delphia and will remain there for an in
definite period. He adheres to tin old
methods. "The only cure for drunkenness,"
he said in his opening address, "is practi
cal Christianity Divino grace in the heart
and the only safety is to watch and pray.
What the man needs who drinks is society.
Bring him into the house of God." Mur
phy is unlike Dr. Reynolds, who organized
the Cairo Reform club. He is mote reas
onable than Reynolds. He is a man, who,
very properly, does not beiieve
that all the honor, morality and
general goodness belong exclusively to
those gentlemen who advocate anti-license;
and that teetotalers were made the exclu
sive judges of their fellow men, with the
right to condemn as unclean and sinful
all who do not agree with them
in matters ot public policy. In this belief,
Murphy displays a superior intelligence
an intelligence which, it is t be deplored,
was not inherited by every lecturer in the
temperance field. We have Listened to
many excellent temperance lectures in our
Reform hall lectures that were convincing
because they were" devoid of rant, and
which tiny saloon keeper would have lis
tened to with pleasure becau-e they were
reasonable. Especially was the meeting
held in the hall last night of a high and in
tellectual character. It was one which was
calculated to elevate all who attended and
induce those who were preseut to attend
upon another occasion. But the ranters-God
forgive them, for we can't they have yet
to learn that they do the cause more injury
than good. They have yet to learn that
since the temperance question is open for
discussion, it should be fairlv discuved on
both sides; aud that when one side pro
ceeds to denounce all who differ wiih it.
there can be no discussion; it must result
in a fight which will stir up all the bad
blood in the community and produce strife
und discord among men who should act in
uuitv in building up their citv. These re
marks are perhaps inappropnute because
tardy, but they are none the 1 true ft r
WHAT THEY SAID
We overheard the following conversation
between two of our citizens in front of Mr.
Chas. Phifferling's saloon. Citizen No. 1
was a saloon keeper und titizeu No. 2
a dealer iu clothing and dry goods:
No. 2. Have you taken any stock in the
Builders' ami Loan association.'
No. 2. It is an excellent thing both for
rich and poor and you ought to go into it.
I intend to take stock iu it myself.
No. 1. I know the object of the asso
ciation is good, but d u me if I want any
thing to do with anything Comings or old
man L has anything to do with.
No. 2 Why; what's the matter with
No. 1 (Excitedly) What the h 11 ain't
the matter with him. He'll smile
nnd smile to your face and
curse you to your buck and he's
just getting up the association to make
people believe he's auiious to benefit them,
but the fact is he is workiug for popularity
in order that he may be elected police mag
istrate. And I won't go into it.
For fear ot hearing more than we were
entitled to hear, we lost no time in crossing
the street and after a few minutes had
elapsed, we saw the saloon man still "lay
ing it oil'" to the merchant, apparently in
well rounded seutences.
ITEMS A LA CAIRO SUN.
It is reported the low places in town
are tilled with sipe water.
We understand the suu Bhotic bright
nearly all of yesterday.
We heard yesterday that Doc Dillon
was murdered and burned up. The matter
ought to be investi 'atcd.
We hear it is reported that owing to
the high water and wind the couutiy roads
leading out of Cairo are almost impassable
Later. The report has been confirmed.
Jews items are scarce.
How do you like this weather, uuy
how? "When shall we thiee meet again?"
Allow us through the columns of your
paper, Mr. Editor, to express our thanks
to the good people of thu churches and
city of Cairo, for their unremitting euro of
ami kindness to us during our affliction.
Words fail to express our feelings of grati
tude. Wo will not begin to mention the
names of our benefactors os we would not
know where to stop. May they ami theirs
ever Imvo In abundance the good things of
this life, and In the world to come everlast-
W. F. AND A. C. WUITAKER.
THE FEMALE NAPOLEON.
May Fisk and troupe appears in the
Atheneum next Monday night. It is the
best, of tho kind, traveling. , In tho "Keep
it dark" small bills they say "Our official
duty requires us to state that we have not
tho wealth of Jack Haverly . The
Original female Napoleon was born of poor
but honest parents. She commenced life
at an early age, and has con
tinued to live and keep it lively lor every
body ever since.
When she appears all tho bald heads get
front seat9, and are wild with delight, and
grin and clap their hands just as though
their poor wives and children at home, sit
ting up and counting the hours till mid
night, were of no concern to them. Those
old "duffers" know what youth aud beauty
is. and they don't mind a $2 bouquet for a
blonde half as much as they do a dollar
and a half for a pair of shoes for their own
May Fisk and her celebrated company
are so well known to the public that the
mere announcement ot their coming will
insure them a crowded house. The com
pany is larger aud stronger this season than
ever, and presents novelties offered by no
other combination. The fact that the com
pany has numerous imitators, ought of
itself prove that it is uu organization of de
cided merit, because no one ever counter
feits bogus coin.
To be continued in your city Monday
night, May 22nd.
AT THE PLANTERS' HOUSK.
S. M. Crutchfield aud family, Walnut
Ridge, Ark.; H. C. Wheat, St. Louis: J. H.
Stephens, St. Louis; Jno. E. Morris, Mad
isouviile, Tenn.; Fannie McDowell, Fulton,
Ky.; J. T. Elder, St. Louis; C. H. Cunning
ham, St. Louis; Mrs. Simpson, Springfield,
Ills.; Miles Hartline, Elco; R. F. Edwards,
New Orlean; H. Waggoner, New Orleans;
Thos. Hales, Ccntralia: T. O'Brien, Bel
mont, Mo.; Mrs. Yale, Dexter, Mo.; J. L.
Slaydeu, Dexter, Mo.; C. E. Cline, Carbon
dale; O. A. Hat ker. Carbondale: L. Peter
and wife, Grayville, Ills.; J. S. Sherman,
Charleston, Mo.; W. G. Hardestine, Wal
nut Ridge, Ark.: Fred Turner, Metropolis,
Ills.; A. E. (ruse, EvnnsviUe, Ind.; W. D.
Davis, Arlington, Ky.: Thos. L. Cameron,
Morgantleld, Miss,; C. H. Cooke, Colum
bus. Ky.: Robert W. Banks, Columbus,
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Iioatls a Specialty.
o K f i c K :
Cor. Twelfth Street und Levee,
THE SILVER TONl.l'Kl) ORATOR."
HON. (iEO. It. WEXDLINCi
Will Deliver hi- ivielirated Lecture.
The Problem of the Ai es
L" inler tl.e a!i)lce of the Tetnperanee Refur'J)
l 'lull, ut Tempemuce Hall,
Wednesday, Mi i roll -1
l'icki't M cenlii for H;ile
Rii'Clnyi' dnii flore
ill Hook More, ami
Quo Niuhr Only
Monday Evening March 22d j
HIE FKMALK NAPOLEON,
Miss MAY FISK
AND HER FAMOUS TROUPE
flueat Feiunle orsuiil.utlon In tho world.
Seat on nuleat D. Ilarlnian'a.
REAT SALE OF
Town Lots unci Other
Tracts of Land
In MAST OA.IHO.
Ilv virtue of a Judgment und un order ol fale of
tlie'lliillurd Common Plea Court, rendered at the
.Innuiirv term lsill, On the petition of Phillip M.
tli'oriie Coeku'a hclra.
'I'he uiiilur.lmied will, on Monday, the Mud day
of March isxo, Itcl'uru the court houno door In
lllutidvllle, Billiard County. Kentucky, It lielim tin;
IIikI day of thu March term of tho llullard Circuit
Court, vxpono to public nolo to tho liiuhcct bidder,
the fiillowhii! deacrllied properly, "vl.:"
Town lota u laid off In final Culro, Ky., on lot
No. 5, Iu lliu dlvlMlim of land by conimlHf Ion
rn, under order of court; ulao tlio buliinco ot
nulil lot. conliiliilnu! uliont 100 ucrec; lo lot ha .
eoiitiiliilnif in iicrea. Lot No. 1(1, contain u
ncrea; Lot No. Ill, contiilninu 170; Lot No. 17. leu,
Lot No. yl.'JIO nerea, to lie divided '"'o four tracta.
AIo :m acre on the aouth end of Lot No, IN- ah
or auldloia are Iu the division or Kimaltl a Survey
hove referred to. Thu purchaser will bo required
toulvu bond with approved Hccurlty, for tho pay
ment or the pure Imso money, to Imvo thu force of a
lli'plevln Bond hearlim Interest from the ilnv
or iiile. with a Hen reserved on tho property, until
ulltliepmiliasu money la paid, "ondj lie In (t,
VI, IS and'.1 1 mouth. .,' u- 111 1 K',
Master Coinmlsdouer of Ballard Uiumoa Pleas