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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 1830.
AM, AUVKKTIHKM3NTH la thin column, of
live llaea earh nrlcaawdl ha publlxlied fort's
Vint obo Inanrtlon ; S time. 60 otnu; 1 week, Dm;
south, 1.50; 8 mouth without chalice, i 1.00 per
Month. Kacn .iaiuonui uuu, prorata, cmuauuui
XirANTKII-A mmlloman with from 50 to 100 do
' lara capital, to Uatel and tall good. One
Hundred doiiara moDtu uuarauiceu. auutop, u.
it., uiiiutin omiw.
Ko. t Winter' Row-ft rooma. Rent, $0.
M.J. IIOWLKY. Real Klto Agant
HOY WANTED , t
T leiirn the carpenter and jolnor a trodc. Must
k amart and active, 17 lo,vusyN?'u'pooItE
, FOR 8ALK.
A order' eood lor flM. If PPj'V. ,on "? 'yl0
nl-cUi Mendleaahou I'iuno. W 111 be sold low.
Apply at thin office. ,
Mm. L. J. Bvrno run acenmmoduto few day
fioader. alco board and room fur two. l'ric.ea very
low. Applv at her uouw! uext to the Catholic
church on Waahluuton avenue.
TIT H MA TIE AN. M. D..
Homeopathic Physician and Surgreon.
Office Iffl Ui, jmercial avenue. Residence corner
Fourteenth St. and Wafhlngtou avenue, Cairo.
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Ornor-No. IM Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Streeui
JR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widows' and Oorpuana' Mu
nal Aid Society.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY TOE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee.
YOCUM fc RRODERIUK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
IJIHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P, 11ALUDAY, Pnwldont.
1!. L. 1IALL1DAY. Vice rrciddcnt.
TBUS. W. II ALL1UAV, Cannier.
. TATS TAYLOR, W. P. HAIJ.IDAT,
UBNRV L. UALI.IUT, H. H. CI'NNINIIHAM,
. P. WILUAlN. aTKI'IIEN BIK1I,
II. II. ('ANI)KK.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Dopadt received aud a general banklnx olivine
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue mid Eighth Street,
F Brum, I'renbU-nt.
P. Nr.rr. Vlce Prectdent.
II. Wrt.i.H. t nnliliT.
T. J . Kaimi, Altaut Caviller.
F. Bron, Cairo: Wllllnm KIul"!. Cairo;
Peter Naff, Calm; William Wolf. Cairo;
M. Omerloh, Cairo; H. L. llllllniMlcy. St. Lonln ;
H. Under, Cairo; J. V. CIuiiimju, Ciili'doiiln;
A GENERAL HAN KINO BUHINESH DONE,
EXCHANGE Mild mid bought. Intcreft paid In
the HnvliiirH Department, Collcctlona made
and all MtnlDti-n promptly ntd inli-d to,
ALL SORTS, 8IZES AND STYLES,
Manulactarcr of aud Dealer ln,Alao
TIN, COPPER Sc SHEET-IRON WARE
tyAJ.l EIMDI OP JOB WOUK BON TO OIUIH&1
NO. 27, EIGHTH STREET,
CAIItt), t : ILLINOIS
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ENTERED AT THK 1'OST OFFICE IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, A9 SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morninff Daily in Southern Illinois.
Krnest II. Thieleoke, City KUltor
Cairo, 111., Murch iM, IRS0
Timo. Bar. Thor. Hum. Wind. Vel Weather.
8 a.ro an.an 46
7 " W.4 48
10 " 30.-.H W
77 Calm 0 Clear
6.1 NW 4 Clear
M NW 1 Clear
a p.m., ao.si 60
:14 NK 1 Clear
Mftrlmnm TnmnnrntnpA i;A 3 &1 Illinium Tini'
pernture. 4 9 ; ltulufall 0 00 India.
W. H. RAY,
Sore't Signal Coroa, U. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
CncBCir of tiie Redeemer. Holy
Week. There will bo daily morning ser
vice at 10 o'clock, and evening service at
7:00 o'clock with lecture. Friday, being
Good Friday, there will be service at 0 :00,
9 :00 and 10 :30 a. m., and ft 2 :30 and 7 :30
General repairing 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
iuk and water colors, albumen ink or oil
on canvass, give Lfchtfoot & Shelton, who
represent the celebrated Auburn Company,
your order. If not satisfied, no charges.
Agents wanted. Special terms on applica
tion. Call at Mrs. McKee's, Seventh
street and Washington avenue.
The "Active" cooking stove, the best
ever brought to this market. Call and see
it, at Davidson's.
Jno. Rees' new bakery, on Eighth street,
is headquarters for iresh baked Boston
Bhown Bread and all the different kinds of
cakes and Graham Bke.vb; also wheat and
rye bread. His shelves are supplied with
candies and confectioneries of all kinds.
Prices low. Salesroom opposite J. Walter's
Wm. EichholT announces himself, not as a
candidate, not being delivered from all
evils, but being delivered from those un
principled sharks that in vain sought his
ruin, and the gentleman witli his untiring
movement lias now rest. He has not only
baffled the legal traternity and worked
successfully as agent the last two years,
thereby keeping the wolf at bay, but he
offers a reward of $500 for any bill that he
cannot duplicate at St. Louis, Chicago or
Cincinnati prices. It will be read
with pleasure by his many friends and
patrons that lie has secured the "Hamilton
building," and his immense stock of goods
will be removed from the factory and dis
played in his new place on first of April,
and sold at rock bottom prices.
FOR SALE CHEAP,
the following machinery, nil in first-class
order: One boiler nearly new, 40 inches
diameter, 24 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 ami 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 Em-ry wheels,mounted
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 a
largo lot of farm and spring wagons, log
wagon, one horse, two horse and sulky
plows, Tessier's best, and double and single
mrrows. New und second hand buggies
very cheap for cash or approved paper. Go
and see them.
The phantom party to be given at Wash
ington hall on Easter Monday, will equal,
if not exceed, any like affair ever held in
the city. Persons having experience in the
business have il management in hand und
are leaving nothing undone that may con
tribute to tlie pleasure of all who may at
tend. Tickets are ilfty cents, and may bo
had from A. O. DoBaun, II. Myers, M.
O'Donnal, (1. O'llara, Louis Herbert, Jno.
Seheel, Elmer Coining. Harry Walker,
Jno. Koehler mid Henry llnseiijagcr. No
persons without costumes will bo permitted
to dance before 1 1 o'clock.
TllK "Active'' conking stove, tho best
vcr brought to this market. Call and see
it, at Davidson's.
Mr. John Major is prepared t furnish
all kinds of new wagons and buggies on
credit, on approved paper or very low for
Jacob Kline desires tho public to know
that ho has perfected his machinery for the
manufacture of stone in blocks, and is now
ready to recoivo ord jrs for sidewalk slabs,
foundation stone, building corners, window
Bills, caps, etc. Orders will receive prompt
attention, and bo filled without delay.
At A. Halley's on Commercial avenue op
posite Seventh street. Tho largest and
finest stock to be found in the city. Tin
and hollowware of all kinds. Fino cut
lery, bird cages, ammunition, etc. A new
supply of the Bissell carpet sweepers
Garden and farm implements. Hardware
of all kinds. Cooking stoves, tho best in
the market. Examine his stock and prices
before you buy.
Mr. Chns. Shoenmeyer, proprietor of the
Germania house, situated at the junction
ot Toplar and Tenth streets and Wash
iutgon avenue, is prepared to
accommodate a few more day
boarders at reasonable rates. The
table is first class, containing always tho
best the season affords' and the general ac
commodations afforded are not surpassed
by any private boarding house in the city.
INTERESTING TO FARMERS.
Farmers and all others in making invest
ments or purchases are always glad to know
where and how they can do the best. If a
fine buggy or draft harness is wanted,
manufactured from the very best material,
or a good saddle for either man or woman,
or in fact saddlery or harness of any des
cription, the largest, newest and most com
plete stock, will always be found atWw.
Lcdwio & Co.'s, 121 Commercial ave
nue, also a full stock and assort
ment ot curry combs, brushes, bridles,
halters, harness oils, whips, collars, hames,
straps, lines, buggy cushions, and all kinds
of agricultural implements for tanners'
use. sold at very close figures. Remember
the place, No. 121, Commercial avenue,
and don't fail to call and examine his fine
stock of goods before making your pur
chases. TAX PAYERS
Will take notice that I will, for the ac
commodation of parties who claim tbey
have not the time to call at the Court
House, to pay their taxes, accommodate
them, by having the tax books at the store
of F. Korsmeyer, corner Sixth and Ohio
Levee, on the 23rd and 24th days of March,
1?50. Call and settle and save the penalty,
etc., that attaches after the 1st day of April.
John Hodges, Sheriff.
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Mr. M. B. Harrell will, during the few
weeks he remains in the city, (commencing
with this issue) have charge of the local
and editorial columns of The Bulletin.
Captain John Sproat, ot this city, is in
We want two good printers this morn
ing, to work on straight work. Apply to
the foreman of job office.
Mr. Frank Galigher and wife will re
turn from their southern tour by the steam
er W. P. Hulliday, to-morrow or next day.
We were informed yesterday that jthe
condition of of Mr. James Gush was most
critical indeed. He was believed to be
"inking very rapidly.
-Mr. Ed. Corliss and family, of Me
tropolis, were in Cairo Sunday. Captain
G. W. Corliss, who is in Memphis, is ex
pected home to-day.
Elijah Dickerson, of Commercial
Point, one of the oldest nnd best citizens
ot Alexander county, and a Cairo property
holder, was in the city yesterday. .
Eight hundred full sheets of Bristo
card board to be cut into business cards,
tickets, visiting cards, etc., were yesterday
received at The Bulletin job office.
-Col. W. A. Bethel, of Nashville, Term.,
representing H. II. Poston, the originator of
Regie tobacco memorial, was in the city yes
terday, and called on The Bulletin.
Nino 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
fice. The initial criminal prosecution of Du-
gan, the man who essayed tho purchase of
if t!00 worth of Jim Cheeney's goods on a
forged order, will be commenced before
Squire Coming to-day.
Thirty reams of white and colored
sized paper for full sheet, quarter sheet,
half sheet and other sizes of posters mid
programmes, were yesterday received at
The Bulletin job office.
Collector Hodges, disposed to remove
all obstacles in tho way of tho prompt
payment of tho revenue of 1870, will domi
cilo himself during to-day and to-morrow
within cany hailing distance of ull tho
principal taxpayers of tho city, See his
new notice, this morning.
Squiro Thomas Martaiu, of Goose Is
land precinct, returned yesterdey from a
six weeks sojourn at Hot Springs, Arkansas.
For several months previous to his depar
turn tho squire's health was seriously im.
paired; but we are glad to bo ablo to stnto
that he returns much improved,
If Secretary Schurz desires the Indians
to be peaccablo let him go at it In a rational
manner. All that is necessary is to givo
them plenty of tho "Faultless" five cent
cigars, to bo found at F. Korsmyer's, and
they can't be anything else but good on
tured. Tho trial of James Nott under tho
charge of bastardy preferred by' Miss Ross
was commenced before Judgo Yocum on
Saturday last. Yesterday evening the caso
was given to the jury, and at 8 o'clock
word reached us that the outside instruc
tions were that the jury would make a
night of it.
The conclusion of "Little Angel" will
be reached to-morrow, in a grand word pic
ture of happy hearts, smiling faces, etc.,
amidst the red and blue mental lights and
slow music our ' imaginative readers can
readily supply. Until that time tho Cairo
public will be spared daily infliction of a
column or inoro of our "characteristic"
Calling upon Chrissy Hanny, yester
day, we found him in a 6tate of rapid con
valescence, lie is recovering so rapidly, in
truth, that his attending physician will
probably put him off of treatment at once.
The poor fellow has passed through a most
trying ordeal, both physical and mental.
A less determined man, in hands less skill
ful and solicitous, would, long ago, have
succumbed to it.
Mr. George Braddish, well known to
all of our citizens, will leave Cairo to-day,
for New York which city he will make his
future home. Mr. Charley Schmidt ha3
leased Mr. B's premises and will continue
the tailoring business. Mr. Schmidt is a
gentleman who will soon commend himself
to our citizens as a good workman and re
liable business man, and we bespeak for
him a generous share of public patronage.
The meeting of the Social Seience and
Industrial School association, at the resi
dence of Mr. Wood Rittenhousc, this even
will be rendered especially interesting by
the presence of Mm, Beveridge, the presi
dent ot the Evanston Industrial school, and
of Mrs. Dr. Warduer, of Anna, whose per
sistent and effective labors in behalf of the
institution deserve conspicuous mention in
the history of our public and private char
ities. The attendance should be and
doubtless will be, a full one.
Tho recognized offenses against the
city's peace and dignity, yesterday, con
sisted of three drunks and disorderlies,
desgiuated for brevity's sake D. & D's.
The excited and turbulent trio was pulled
before Squire Comings. The punishment
of Harriett Burnett and Tennessee Bandy
was ten days imprisonment, each. John
Leroy adjusted the turpitude of his cavort
ings to five days, and that term of confine
ment was awarded him.
We have the pleasure to announce th
arrival In our c i ty, of Prof. Hammes witti
his magnificent equatorial mounted tele
scope. This fine instrument follows a star
from one horizon to the other; it has a 7
inch object glass and is nearly ten feet
ltng; is worth several thousand dollars.
While he is in town our citizens may de
rive much pleasure and instruction by call
ing on him where his instrument is placed,
in front of the Alexander County bank,
corner Eighth street and Commercial.
At a considorablo expense anil with a
view of resisting the abrading force of the
floods the outside slope of the Mississippi
levee was well set in blue-grass. Now that
the sod is becoming compact and is giving
promise of the service intended, the man
ner in which the "hogs running at large"
upturn the sod and feed upon tho succulent
roots of the grass, is most exasperating to
contemplate. Wo appeal to Alderman
Lincgar and other champions of the swine
nuisance, to "call off their hogs," save the
levee slopes, and thus allay our growing
"The fact that the professionals of
Cairo are inexcusably homely," remarked a
lady of rare powers of discrimination, in
our hearing yesterday, "bits become pro
verbial." Halting nu instant until a physi
cian on a blaze-faced horse (whosu ap
proach hud instigated the remark) had
passed by, sho continued in the same
strain : "The aggregate of ugliness would
be actually frightful, but for the saving
graces, symmetrical forms and features and
physical perlection of the newspaper men."
As wo arc a stickler for the truth, let it hit
whom it may, we find it impossible to sup
press the excellent lady's very jurt observa
tions. Among other opinions filed in tho
clerk's office of tho supreme court, in Mt.
Vernon, on Sunday last, was tho following,
of local interest to Cairo: -'Cnso No. 21.
I). T. Linegar vs. AVood Ritteiihouse; No
vember term, 1870; appeal county court of
Alexander county; opinion by Walker,
chief justice, reversing. This was a con
tested election case for the office of alder
man in one of the wards of Cairo, brought
by Rittonhouso, who was successful below,
ami obtained a judgment of ouster. Line
gar brought tho caso here by appeal. This
court held that the county court had tie
jurisdictkm, and judgment was reversed."
It is tho common testimony of those
who have cxaiuiuod tho work of tho An
bum company, represented iu this city by
Messrs. Liglitfoot ami Shelton, that more
perfect, life-like aud satisfactory likenesses
aronot produced by any means subject to
the skill and tasto of man. Tho pictures
are finished in India iuk and water colors,
. or iu albumen iuk or oil, as may bo desired ;
and the vory reasonable price at which they
are supplied places, the possession of a
nvst admirable likeness of cither style,
within the easy reach ot those even of the
most limited means. For full information
call at Mrs. McKco's, Seventh and Wash?
A colored man, named Bob Stokes, has
taken possession of the southern approach
of tho new Cucho bridge, and having built
a hut thereon, he probably has the estab
lishment of a pre-emption in yiow. There
might bo no valid objection to Robert's oc
cupancy of his new high water quarters,
but for two tacts and the consequence that
may result therefrom. The approach is of
seasoned plank and timber, and Robert is
given to tho luxury of booming fires. The
probable consequence is a confiscation
that will involve the destruction of the ap
proach upon which Robert has erected his
hovel. If our authorities think it "worth
while," they can nvuil themselves of this
Elijah Dickerson, of Commercial
Point, in this county, made a shipment of
four thousand six hundred and sixty-five
sacks of corn, last Friday one of the
largest shipments made from his locality
during tho season. Messrs. Cunningham
& Smith, of this city, were the purchasers,
and, on their account, the corn was shipped
directly to New Orleans. Altogether Mr.
I), has shipped about 12,000 sacks during
the winter, and as Mr.Mulcahey.Capt.Green
ley and others of the same neighborhood
were also heavy shippers, it cannot be de
nied that, however much Goose Island and
Dog Tooth may lack in the matter of "oil,"
in the line of corn they have shown them
selves worthy precincts of the land of
The Cuiro scandal that first reached
the public through the columns of the St.
Louis Post-Dispatch, was discussed yester
day and the day before, on the street cor
ners, iu the bar-rooms and elsewhere,
among all shades and classes of 'people. It
was a "big nut" for scandal-mongers to
crack, and with exceeding relish did they
crack it. Many wondered if the Cuiro pa
pers would give the facts publish all the
details, and lay the editorial whip right
briskly over the shoulders of the guilty par
ties. Without gainsaying the truth ot tlie
main facts published, we have this to Bay
for The Bulletin: were it nut that the re
bounds of our blows would deeply wound
and humiliate many innocent 'and entirely
respectable persons we should ply our cud
gel to the principal actors in the scandal,
with a hearty goiwl will, though, in doing
so, we might contribute to a morbid appe
tite among the people that deserves not
food, but famine.
About six weeks ago Johny Lonerguu
son of William Lonergan, of this city, left
Cairo for Red Bud, Randolph county a
station on the Cairo and St. Louis railroad.
Tho parents, hearing from the boy fre
quently to the effect that he was in good
health and enjoying himself, felt no uneasi
ness about him whatever. The great shock
tho family received ystcrday morning
through a telegram conveying the intelli
gence that Johnny had "died at 9 o'clock,"
admits, of course, of no description. The
telegram was a simple announcement of the
death, leaving the family in ignorance as to
all the details whether tho young man
bad met a violent death or had died of
sudden illness; and yesterday evening the
family had not yet been placed in posses
sion of the particulars. By the first con
veyance, yesterday, Mr. Lonergan left for
Red Bud, and will doubtless return to-day
with his son's body. Meanwhile our citi
zens are extending to the grief-stricken
family the most friendly evidences of con
dolence and sympathy.
HUMAN BRUTES AND TRAVELING
Masculine night-riders on our railroads
are, as a general rule, hogs. Tho excep
tions are not sufficiently numerous to
sensibly mar t!i3 fitness of tho designation .
Such creatures usually wrap themselves
in the "mantle of imperious silence" (often
of no better warp nnd woof than htolid
nssininily) nnd individually spreading
themselves over a double neat, they scorn
fully contemplate ihe discomforts, even of
weary and travel-worn mothers, who,
crowded into n single sent, may bo and
often are, liturally covered out of sight by
tired and sleepy little ones for whom
neither imploring looks nor signs of ex
haustion had been sufficient to win more
comfortable accommodations. And, usu
ally, again, it is these human hogs und
selfish nincompoops 'who call themselves
"much traveled gentlemen !"
On occasions of this kind and under ag
gravations of this sort wu always pray
some power the gift to give us to transform
ourselves into a howling Apache. We'd
proceed under such inspiration, to lift tho
scalp of every human hog who might re
fuse to finish his rido in the baggage cur
or on tho fuel pilo of tho locomotive tender.
"We would, by thunder 1"
But the honest indignation to which tho
decent railroad rider is excited by tho
often lightened by sights mid sounds both
funny and ludicrous; and it was to a re
ference to some of these we proposed, at
the onset, to addres-s ourselves.
At tho towu of Oiftrga, a few nights ngo,
two women, three men, and four boys, with
at least thirty packages of plunder, board
ed a south bound train on tho Illinois Cen
tral, ticketed for a point sixty miles fur
ther down the road. Tho party secured
seats near tho glowing 6tovo, and, despite
the heat, the four boys were soon sound
asleep and making involuntary lunge in
tho direction of the stovo. Tho largest
boy- a 140 plunder bad undo the third
groove in the floor with his nose, in very
close proximity to the stove, when one of
tho men, clad in a very long blue blanket
coat and wearing the rimless crown of a
wool hat, jerked tho youngster back into a
sitting posture, fairly bellowing at him:
"That's three times you've done that. I
suppose yer intend to keep it up until yer
scour yer nose off, or d n ye,"continued he,
with increased irritation and giving tho lad
a sound smack on the ear "or d n ye, set
yer hat afire!"
After four rather persistent efforts of tho
whole party to get off at tho wrong station,
the conductor, according to repeated prom
ises, announced tho train's arrival at. their
point of destination. Ono of the men, in
his shirt sleeves at once commenced (much
to tho annoyance of several lady passen
gers) to sweep his long arms under all the
neighboring seats iu search of something
aud was manifesting a purpose to
go through the whole car in that
manner when a companion on the
platform blurted out: "Hell, Bill; come on;
I've got yer coat!" And then came ques
tions and cross-questions without number:
"Where's the factory bundle?"
"Is the fro and foot-adze found?" all
followed by a solemn admonition from one
of the women : "For tho Lord's sake,
'Lisha, don't forget the coffee pot and cat!"
'Lisha at once testified to the safety of the
kitchen utensil indicated, and a scratching
noise and half-smothered mew from within
the same, testified with equal certainty that,
for convenience ot transportation, the cat
had actually been Btuffed into the coffee
"Well," remarked the elder woman, as
she reached tho ground, "sich other hours
as this night has been I never hope to pass
agin while here I am a pilgrim, I was
ever instant afeerd the cars would run away
and tear us all to Hinders; aud to make
matters a thousand times wuss, the con
ductor" (whose !ody merely responded to
the lurchingsof the train) "the conductor
was so frightful drunk that he couldn't
walk down tho passage without grablin
seats or holdin' on to somethin'. Don't
tell me. I know what I see and no one
can know it better." All this at the ex
pense of a mild mannered young man who
looked us it, during ail his life,
he had irrigated his stomach with
nothing stronger than watered milk,
was such a preposterous "drive" u sat the
by-standers into a roar again.
And now tha't the two women, three men
and four boys were safely landed on terra
firma, the woman who had just expressed
her horror of the supposed inebriety of the
conductor, discovered that "the hackle was
left!" Of courso the Ixiy with the smacked
ear was ordered to mount and get it. He
reached tlie car door jut as the train com
menced moving, when he was informed by
the same woman : "Why here's the hackle.
Wi.sh I may never if I ain't a holdin' (if
it." To regain his companions the indis
creet youth of the hot auric appendage
gave a vigorous jump directly at right
angles with the moving .rain. Manifest
indications of some ground and lofty tum
bling followed; but through the drifting
snow and alwve tho rumble of the train
came the unmistakable words: "Well,
O dd n that hackle!"
And thus ended the sixty-mile ride of
these nine innocents, who were not "human
hogs," and partly became they were not
THE SILVEn-TONGUKD ORATOR."
IK)X. UE0. It. WEXDLIXG
Will Deliver hl Celebrated Lecture.
The Problem of tlie Aies
liidT Hie aufplre. of the Tutupi-raiicc Reform
( iuli. at Temperance Hull.
Wednesday, March kM
Tirketn M centa- for lulu at Hook Store and
Ono Ni-ht Only !
Monday Evoninjr, March
the female napoleon,
Miss MAY FISK
AN'D HER FAMOUS TROUPE
Tliu flneKt Kuiuulo oi'Kiinl.ntlon Iu the world.
Kent on fiiluut 1). lliirtman'a.
QREAT SALE OF
Town 'Lots and Other
Tracts o I .Land
In KAST OA1KO.
Ilv virtue of it jmlirincut nnd nu order ol aalo of
liu'Hiilliml Common I'leim Court, rendered nt. tho
miliary term l'.U. On the putltlou of 1'Ullllp M,
liMii'ize Coeke'a lieln.
Tim iiiiiliirliicil will, on Monday. Ihe S'.'iid day
Marco innip, in-nirii mu fiiuri iioiipu uoor m
imviiio, imniini v oh iii.v, iu'iiuukv, u ileum inn
day of the March term id' I lie Italian! Circuit
oiirt, cxiiiiko lo puidle unlu to the hlulieHt bidder,
III lUllinvitiK 111 -h,i llltlll iiriiiiiTiy, VIA i
l.iltf nu In nl nir In lNi-t l'nlin Ifu . nn Int.
o. A, III Ihe iIIvIhIoii of iunil by commlHHlou-
l.. . . .., - .-I... ...... ..f
a, uiiuer oruiT ui conn.; nipo mu iimuum '
Id lot. colilnllilnir about KM ncrea: aleo lot No.
conlnlnlnir aerea. Lot No. 10, eoiitiilnliiu
(mas LotiNo. 1:1, coniuiuliiir 171); Lot wo. w.
,ot No. tfliUHl acre, lo bu divided Into four tmcla.
,111 hi'iih im 1 Im witni 1, mill ..r 1 .1,1. Ni. 1S. All
f laid lola are In the dlvl-lon of llonald'a Hurvcy
above referred to. The puiuliiiaer will be requiri'it
itlvo bond witii approved aociirity, lormu niv-
ml or tncpiiNimnu mutiny, to uavo wiu m
plevln llond beurlim Internal from the day
...ill, m 11..,. 1...... ....... 1 (tin tirnnnrtv. nntfl
I riiivi ti 1 1 11 1. 1 11.11 1 'mi t vii ,,,, . ,.. . ... .
1 the ptiMliuan lummy U pnld. Honda due Iu 11,
I, IS and '21 inoniha. T. M, Willi K,
;iiter Coniutliidouer of Mallard t'omiuou l'loaa