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SMALL ADVKKTlSF.il R.Ta.
n invKIfTISlKMRNTS In this column, of
V tiv linea each or less will be published for 85
oU one Insertion ;Stluica. w ccnta; l i;
mouth, t.W; 8 niontha without chauije, tl.OO per
aianih. Each additional Hue. prorata. Nltuallou
To learn the carpenter and jolucr t trade. Must
a itmrt tid active, 17 to 1 Yea5,;J,aj(0 POon E.
FOR 8AI.R. . ,
An order" eood for 100. If applied on any stylo
tnt-clssa Mendlosabou Fiauo. will ba sold low.
Apply at this office. ,
Mr. L. .1. Byruo can accommodate a few day
boadera. also board and room for two. Print very
low. Applv at her bouse next to Ibo latbollo
Church on Washington aveuuo.
T H. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
OIBce 1 10 Oo imerclal avenue. Rcaldeuce corner
Fourteenth hi. and Washington avenue, Cairo.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ormtt-No. 1:16 Commercial Aveuue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eliflith Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE : With the Widows' and Oorpnana' Mu
Otl Aid Society.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialtv
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Y OCUM fc BRODERICK,
Dealers ia -
STAPLE and FANCY
CAIRO. - - ILLS.
HE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, President.
II. L. HALLIDAY,, VIce-l'ri'sldent.
T1IOS. W. HALLIDAY, Caxhiur.
. TAAT TAVLOB. W. P. HAI.LIDAV,
HINBT L. HAMJ1MT, II. H. ITNNINI11UM,
. D. WILLIAMSON, STUM, IN KIWI,
H. H. CANUKB.
Exchange, Coin and Uifsted States Bonds
BOUGHT AND KLD.
Dopatltr received and a general bankltie business
LEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
'Commercial Avenue ami Eighth Street,
T flno.'B. President.
P. "Sr.rr, Vice President.
II, Wai.t.s. Cashier.
T.J. Kmith, Asetlctnut Cashier.
P. lirooc. Cairo: William Kluac (.'aim;
Peter Nell', Cairo; William Wolf, I ulro:
C. M. Ontrrlou. Cairo; H.I.. IMliiiKsley. St. Louis:
. Buder, Cairo; J. Y. Clemsou, Caledonia
A GENERAL BANKINO BUSINESS DONE.
IXCHANCE sold and bought. Intercut paid In
j the Ksviutts Depnrttneiil . Collections tniule
and all business promptly attended to. ,
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Maunlaeturerot and Dealer in Aloo
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
arALL KIN Da OF JOH WtlllU hoNl TO Oltlr.K.Jl
, ' NO. 27, F.KiHTIl STREET.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
EXTKUKD AT THK J'OST OKHCK IN CAIHO, IL
MNOIB, AS 8KCONDCI.A88 MATTKK.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morninff Daily In Southern Illinois.
Kmest H. Thleleoko, City Kditor.
Cairo, III.. March iM, IHSO
Time. Bar. Tber. Uuiu. Wind. Vel Weather.
A a in Sn.lll
7 " SO.iU
10 " S0.2M
Maximum Temperature, tilt a : Minimum Tem
perature. 440 ; Italnfull 0 00 luchs.
River 44 feet 7 lucben. flr jy
Sera't Signal Corn. U. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Church op the Redeemer. Holy
Week. There will be daily morning ser
vice at 10 o'clock, and evening service, at
7:30 o'clock with lecture. Friday, being
Good Friday, there will bo service at 0 :00,
9 :00 and 10:30 a. m., and at 3 :.I0 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
ink and water colors, albumen ink or oil
on canvass, give Lightfoot & Shelton, who
represent the celebrated Auburn Company,
your order. If not satisfied, no charges.
Agents wanted. Special terms oa 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
Brown Bread and all the different kinds of
cakes and Graham Bread; also wheat and
rye bread. His shelves are supplied with
candies and confectioneries of all kinds.
Prices low. Salesroom opposite J. Walter's
Win. EichhorT 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 with his untiring
movement has now rest, lie has not only
baffled the legal trateruity 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 hi3 many friends and
patrons that he has secured the 'Hamilton
buikiiug," 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,
tjie following machinery, all 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 plauer; 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 bonug ma
chine; one power mortising machine: two
turning lathes; three Emory wheekmountcd
on shafts and frames; sixty feet of 2 incli
line shafting with pulleys. For price en
quire at Furniture Factory.
Mr. John Major has now on hand a
large lot of farm and spring wagons, log
wagon, one horse, two horse and sulky
plows, Tcssier's best, uad double anil single
harrows. New and second hand buggies
very cheap for ca-i or approved paper. Go
and sec them.
The phantom party to be given at Wash
ington hall on Faster Monday, will equal,
if not exceed, any like affair ever held in
the city. Persons having 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 at
tend. Tickets are fifty cents, and may be
had from A. O. Dtdiuun, II. Myers, M.
O'Donnal, G. O'Hart, Louis Herbert, Jno.
Scbecl, Elmer Coinings, Harry Walker,
Jno. Koehler and Henry llasenjagcr. No
persons without costumes will be permitted
to dance before 11 o'clock.
The "Active" cooking stove, tho best
ever brought to this market, ('all and see
it, at Davidson's.
Jacob Kline desires the public to know
that he has perfected his machinery for the
manufacture of stone in blocks, and is now
ready to receive orders for sidewalk slabs,
foundation stoue, building comers, window
sills, caps, etc. Order will receive promi
attention, and be filled without delay.
A New Method in Medicine. By this
new method every sick person can get
package of the dry vegetable compound
hiducy-ort, and prepare lor thenisolve
mx quarts of medicine. It is n specill
cure for kidney diseases, liver complaint
constipation ami piles, and a grand ton
Mr. John Major is prepared t lurnish
all kinds of now wagons and buggies on
credit, on approved paper or very low for
At A. Halley'B on Commercial avctnio op
posite Seventh streot. The largest and
finest stock to bo found in the city. Tin
and hollowwaro of all kinds. Fino cut
lery, bird cages, ammunition, etc. A new
supply of the Biased carpet sweepers.
Garden and farm implements. Hardware
of all kinds. Cooking stoves, tho best in
the market. Examine his stock and prices
beforo you buy.
Mr. Chas. Shoenmoyer, proprietor of the
Germania house, situated at tho junction
ot Poplar and Tenth streets and Wash
intgon avenue, is prepared to
accommodate a few more day
boarders at reasonable rates. The
table is first class, containing always the
best the season affords, and the general ac
commodations afforded arc not surpassed
by any private boarding house in tho city.
The "Active" cooking stove, the best
ever brought to this market. Call and see
it, at Davidson's.
Will take notice that I will, for the ac
commodation of parties who claim they
have not tho time to call at the Court
House, to pay their taxes, accommodate
them, by having the tax books at the store
of P. Korsmeyer, coi ner Sixtli and Ohio
Levee, on the 2!Jrd and 24th days of March,
18S0. Call and settle and save the penalty,
etc., that attaches after the 1st day of April.
John Hoboes, Sheriff.
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Ford claims to be in receipt of the first
flowers of the season, fresh, lively and in
A rich case that involves sundry of
fences against law and decency, will be de
termined before Squire Osbom to-day.
A few cases of measles are reported in
different portions of the city. Whooping
cough, to a limited extent, has been with
us during the entire winter.
Eight hundred full sheets of Bristo
card board to be cut into business cards,
tickets, visiting cards, etc., were yesterday
received atTuE Bulletin job office.
It is stated that B. S. Harrcll, now of
Cleves, Ohio, will visit Cairo, next mouth,
with a view of perfecting arrangements to
return here at an eirly date, and engage in
Robert Parker was tried before Squire
Robinson, yesterday, for stealing a quantity
of canned maple syrup. He couldn't furn
ish the $50 bail required, and was Bent to
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
fice. We propose, soon, with a view ot spur
ring up our authorities, to enter upou a dis
cussion of sanitary matters, and, in pursu
ing the subject, we invite the aid of all
whom it may concern.
Thirty reams of white and colored
sized paper for full sheet, quarter sheet,
alf sheet and other sizes of posters and
programmes, were yesieruay receiveu ui
The Bulletin iob office.
Messrs. Smith & Brinkmeyer have re-
eived a full line of clothes and cassiinere
r spring and summer suitings. Their
work gives entire satisfaction, and styles
e always of the latest.
Andy Cain is sojourning in St. Louis
ir the b.-ncrit of his health, which, for sev-
ul months, has been impaired quite se
riously. M. V. Wooten is Mr. Cane s lo-
um tenons in the management ot the city
-John Dugan, the man who essayed a
swindle of $000 on Jim Cheeney, had a
uelimiiiary examination before Squire
Comings, yesterday. In default of furnish
ing the $100 bail required, ho was com
mitted to jail.
-Crowded for space, yesterday, we left
unsaid many things we intended to say,
and which, upon reflection, wo regaid as
well enough unsaid. The saino cause puts
an unwelcome- limit upon our editorial and
reportorial verbosity in this issue.
-Th'j floods and overflows of the coun
try are becoming quite alarming, and have
iad a somewhat depressing effect oil btisi
ness, excepting tno sum oi mo "t unities
. .i i i i (mi i . it
cigar. These sales nro larger than ever.
Wholesale and retail by F. Korsmyer.
The preliminary examination of Jack
Powell, one of the men engaged in the rob
bery of dipt. Jim Johnson, was held be
fore Squiie Coinings yesterday. Powell
was held to bail in tho sum of $500, in de
fault of which ho was sent to jail.
-Of tho proceedings of the meeting of
the Social Science association, held at tho
residence of Mr. Wood Rittenhoiise, last
evening, we have been promised a full re
port for to-morrow's paper. We thereforo
defer further allusion to the meeting until
wo are olllciallv informed, etc.
Five thousand ami two sharps of tho
Cairo Builders' and Loan association
amounting to fifty thousand and two hun
dred dollars, have already been taken
Notices for au election of directors liav
been issued, anil the election will be heh
in the office of Squire Coming, this even
Jack Sullivan was brought beforo
Squire Robinson, yestorday, to answer for
tho alleged stealing of a revolver. The ar
rest was effected by Constablo Wooten,
The squire holding the evidence to be in
sufficient to authorize the holding of Sulli
van over, sent him forth "without day."
-Chicago, famed for the magniflcenco
of her hotel structures, and tho perfection
of their management, contains no hotel,'
tho general accommodations of which sur
pass those of tile Gardner House. It is, as
all its patrons will testify, "first-class in
Carponters are at work preparing the
timbers for a crossing of Commercial
aveuue on the lino of Eighteenth street,
and of Washington aveuuo in the vicinity
of the new residence of Mr. Henry Ilalli
duy. Street Superintendent Gorman is
keeping an eye single to the several cross
ing menaced by tho rising sipe-woter.
Constablo Wooten arrested Charley
Gibson, yesterday, for stealing empty bar
rels from tho Illinois Central oil house.
Squire Osborn, before whom the case was
tried, regarded the evidence sufficiently
clinching to authorize the binding over of
Charley to answer the circuit court. The
young man has already served a term m
tho state reform school.
-Weudling, one of the most learned
and eloquent of our western orators, will
deliver his lecture on "Tho Problem of the
Ages," in the Reform hall, this evening.
As it is not oftener than once in the course
ot ages that our people are permitted to
isten to such talkers as Wendling, the fact
will reflect upon our intelligence if the
louse is not a full one.
A dispatch received from Mr. William
.onergan, at New Athens, yesterday even
ing was to the effect that he would arrive
in Cairo with the remains of his son, by the
o'clock Illinois Central train, tins morn
ing. I he particulars ot the young man s
death were not communicated. It is pro
bable that thp body will be buried at Vil
la Ridge this afternoon.
B. F. Thistlewood, yesterday received
from Columbus a handsome little road
wagon, the neatest running vehicle to be
seen on the streets. He has already a num
ber of fine buggies at his livery stable for
hire, with horses and harness to suit, and in
forms us that he is negotiating with ao
Ohio firm for several new, strong, light
running single and double buggies, as an
addition to his stock for the spring and
summer business now near at hand.
A grand leap-year party, to which
many of our Cairo young folks have been
courteously invited, w ill be held in Ussery's
opera house, in the neighboring town of
Anna, on the evening of the Ulst instant.
As our folks never fail of a hospitable wel
come lit the hands ot our Anna neighbors,
the Cairo attendance promises to be a large
one. -Miss xsetuc scnutter, tii una city, is
a member of the committee on invitations.
The five wild ducks that alternately
skim the surface and explore the bottom
of the "lake" in front ot the custom house,
are "decoy ducks" that is, if they persist
in maintaining such tantnliziug proximity
to passers-by on the sidewalk they'll decoy
the charge out of somebody's shot-gun,
and (when that body is fined for discharg
ing fire-arms within the corporation) decoy
from his vocal organs a much heavier
charge of profanity. They are a constant
temptation to every man ami boy m Cairo
who knows which end of a gun should bo
placed against his shoulder.
The verdict of the jury in the Nott-
Ross bastardy case, agreed upon Monday
night, was read before the court yesterday
morning. It declares Mr. Nott guilty of
the charge preferred, or, in other words,
that he is the father of the child Miss Ross
imputes to him. Mr. Leek, attorney for
Nott, at once entered a motion for a new
rial. The motion was argued at length,
yesterday evening, Mr. Leek insisting and
Messrs. Linegar and Hendricks resisting.
The couit over-ruled the motion, w hereupon
nn appeal to the circuit court was prayed
"And you are the female," remarked
oni) of our physicians to a married woman
whom he met on the streets, yesterday,
you aro tho femulc who had the shocking
taste to call the doctors of Cairo ugly. I've
a notion," continued the doctor, saucily,
"to put a head on you."
"If you have a head to spare, doctor,"
complacently rejoined tho female, ,lI advise
you to put it on your owu shoulders. I
don't know ot a pair of shoulders in all
the city that is more sadly in need of one."
And it is thus that those "confounded
married women," get tho better of us.
. Mr. Axtcll, superintendent of the Iron
Mountain railway, and Mr. Milburu, ot this
city, aro engaged in making a survey for a
branch railroad from Alleuville to Jackson,
Missouri. Tho branch will be 10 miles
long and will be built this summer. It
peuetratcs to tho rich farming and milling
district of Cape Girardeau county, and
will, when completed, be a valuable feeder
to the Iron Mountain line. This road also
has a party in tho field running a line troin
Gurdon, Arkansas, southwest to Camden, a
distance of 84 miles the object being to
reach Camden ami eventually Alexandria,
Louisiana, both of which nre large cotton
shipping points, Comden alone having ex
ported over 3,000 bales this year.
Our correspondent "Beatrice" ("other
wise" 'a very intelligent lady, and facile
writer,) takes up tho cudgel for our doctors,
ami, in the very face of indefeasible author
ity, declares that our doctors are hand
somer men than our editors. Wo might re
ply to Beatrico, in kind, but for ono fact :
Yostcrday evening throo doctors called on
us In a body. They informed us that they
had thoroughly canvassed tho city, and had
found only two persons disposed to gainsay
tho justice of The Bulletin's criticisms.
They begged us not to draw the fire of that
deluded couple, "because," they urged,
"tho advantage is all on your Bide. Wc es
pecially desire to avoid such a discussion."
Under such circumstances what else can wo
do than tamely publish Beatrice's commu
nication? Our attention was arrested, yesterday
afternoon, by the animated manner in
which a lady and gentleman, standing on
tho corner of Thirteenth and Washington,
were discussing "the efficacy of prayer:"
Said the gentleman who firmly believes in
answers to prayer: "Now, let me illustrate.
If you were to enter a room, and see un el
egant feast prepared, would it not refresh
you to sit down and partake ot it?"
"Very likely," replied tho imptrturbable
female, who is a rank unbeliever; "but to
enter the room and beg for a share of the
feast and not get it, wouldn't refresh me."
Seeing that the man of prayer was about
to put in a rejoinder to this wicked reply,
we felt it our duty, as the editor of a spec
ially designated religious newspaper, to
take his arm, and leave the female scoffer
to a silent contemplation of her sacrilege.
In dealing with death announcements
we are, as we Frenchmen say, au fait; but
we approach the announcement of a birth
with an unaccountable feeling of certainty
that we'll get the facts all wrong. We
have made birth announcements six weeks
before we found any authority in the event
itself to do so; and, in like vien, we have
proclaimed the advent of puling young
sters who, next day, proved old enough to
visit the office and personally arraign us for
telling lies on their .mothers! Wherefore
wc now announce, not on our own account,
but on the authority of the family physi
cian, that a fine daughter has been born to
Mr. Gabe Arrington. We fdiall, on our
own responsibility, venture to congratulate
Mr. Arrington; but we feel no absolute as
surance that we won't have to take even
The young lady, ban Isome as she is
piquant, who dropped thecpistolariral note
(of which the following is a copy) near the
avenue poht office gate, on Sunday last, can
secure the same by calling at The Bulle
tin reportorial rooms. Our sole object in
publishing it is that she may identify and
Have you leisure at your coinmaud to go
shopping this lovely afternoon, so full ot
the glories of the early spring sunshine?
The feathered songsters are caroling in
their sweetest voice, th buds of the flower
ing trees and shrubs are bursting into
blossoms, the sipe water lies as calm
and peaceful as passion in the
breast of sleeping infancy, and all uature
invokes, to-day, a blending of her many
beauties. How can we, the most irresista
bly fascinating creatures of all its handi
work, disregard the invocation? Wc must
be seen and heard among the other beauti
ful things of nature; and don't forget, my
darling, that the higher we hitch our
skirts, the more attention we'll attract.
Will you go? Can you resist this appeal?
I defy you to say me nay.
As ever, lovingly,
One ot our exchanges thus describes
a marriage that was solemnized on a
south-bound Illinois Central passenger
train, only a few days ago. It is, perhaps,
the only "railroad marriage" on record:
"At Ashley u run away, or a very ro
mantic young lady and gentleman came on
board. Teu minutes later a minister in
the crowd indicated to the conductor that
the couple that had proceeded him in
tended to furnish him a little business.
'Of ull places on the train for business of
that kind,' responded the conductor, 'com
imend me to the Pullman sleeper.' And
thither repanng, there in that sleeper, that
twain was quickly made one flesh. Stran
ger hearts moved stranger lips to speak
honest congratulations, and while yet the
'good-speeds' were being showered upon
the newly wedded, the young husband
dashed spray on the prevailing fervor in
this wise: 'I say, Bettie, if the old man
gets after us now, we'll give him n wild
goose chase, won't we J' And as the train
was tunnelling the driving snow, nud cut
ting a big hole into the blackness of the
night at the rate of thirty miles an hour,
so wc all thought: "The old man had
been 'scooped,' and the chase, if made at
all, would undoubtedly proven 'wild goose'
A Mr. Breeden, of New Orleans, ac
companied by a little five-year old son, was
a passenger on the Chicago, St. Louis ami
New Orleans train that passed through
Cairo on Friday morning last. Mr. B. was
not a garrulous man, but rather conimuui
cativc. Conversing with two or throe gen
tlemen, sitting within easy ear-shot, ho re
lated the following "personal experience,"
which was repeated to us by one of the lis
"Yes, sir, I shot hint. I met him on tho
streets of Cincinnati, arraigned him for his
perfidy, and then blew his brains out."
It may be said, in explanation
of Mr. B's blood-curdling remark, that
about three years ago a trusted friend de
bauched his wife and subsequently eloped
with her, the guilty couple taking with
them a little boy, the only issue of Mr. ami
Mrs. B's marriage.
"I was arrested, of course ;" continued
the speaker, "tried and acquitted. Then I
commenced a search for my child. Had
old Ross exercised halt tho diligence I did,
his son Charlie would have been recovered
before six months had elapsed. I main
tained the search for nearly two years, ex
pending meanwhile, over fifteen thou
sand dollars. Had I not en
tered upon tho hunt, resolved
to succeed or make a life's business of it,
I should, after the first six months, have
given up in dispair; but I persevered until
yesterday, when I found tho boy, by tho
merest accident, in Chicago. And here,"
continued Mr. Brceden, affectionately
smoothing tho hair of a bright little lad
sitting in the seat beside him "licrci is the
"And the abandoned woman" suggested
one of tho listeners, interrogatively.
"We'll say nothing about her," respond
ed Mr. Breeden with manifest emotion. "I
only hope that heaven and mankind will
deal witli her as gently and charit
ably as I have done." The subject
having taken this turn, was abandoned,
and no further reference made to it.
The chief interest of Mr. B's recital lies
in the fact that it is known to be true.
The killing of u New Orleans business
man, on the streets 'ot Cincinnati, about
thiee years ago, for the offence alleged by
Mr. Breeden, is an occurrence that most
readers of the Cincinnati papers will recall
ONLY A SINGLE VOICE RAISED FOR
Editor Cairo ilulletin:
DearSik You have so indulgently
humored me in ray propensity for scolding
through the columns of your good paper,
that you need not be surprised to learn that
the habit has grown upon me to such an
extent that I now feci like exercising what
I have become to consider my preogative
even on your unprotected, innocent head.
The cause of my present rallied temper h
the local item in your paper tf this morn
ing in which you basely insinuated that
you agreed with the lady who had the very
bad ta.ste to assert that our professional
men and especially our doctors were inex
cusable homely in fact were as proverbial
for their bad looks as you newspaper men
are for your good ones. Oh! Shame
on you! (b be so easily puffed
up with flattery. I know that you are
unsophisticated, and all that, but indeed, I
never dreamed that you were so very verd
ant as not to know that when the lad)
mentioned, made that flattering speech, she
was jut fiKilin and trying to see to what
extent you could be soft-soaped ; and you
took it all in as true, did you? Well I
never! No never' That is hardly ever.
The very idea, of calling our doctors home
ly. Why it is preposterous. Where in
the world could you find, or even wish t
find, a more handsome or stylish
set of men than Drs. Dunning,
Stalker, Smith, Marean, Parker
and all the rest ot them who-
names I have fnrgoteu. Yes sir, and
they are good as they are pretty too, and
don't you be so green next time as to believe
it when anybody tries to make you think
that you are more handsome or stylish than
our doctors are. You look well enough for
boys, but don't you fool yourselves that you
newspaper men can come up to our old M.
D's in looks yet a while, no matter what
your sweetheart tens you. imping
that this may prove au eye-opener to you,
I remain yours, motherly,
Cairo, March 2;)d, 1880.
TUE SILVERTOXtil ED ORATOR."
HON. (JE0. R. WENDLING
Will Deliver hi Celebrated Lecture.
The Troblem of the Ages
Under the iiuspici'K of the Temperance Reform
Club, at Temperance Hull,
Wednesday, Marel l 4
I'lckets !o cent- for Bale at Book Storca and
Jlurcluytt' ilrtiK store.
QREAT SALE OF
Town Lots anil Other
Tracts oi .Land
In EAST CAIRO.
llv virtue of a Judgment imd nn order ol tale of
the'llullurd Common I'leax Court, rendered at the
Jamiurv term 1ST!!. On the petltlou of Phillip M.
Ueorge Cocke's heirs.
The iinilersluned will, on Moudny, the 24ml (lay
of March 1fstl, before the court douse door I"
lliundville, llallard Countv, Kentucky, It lielnir the
tlrt day of the March term of tho llullurd Circuit
Court, oxiiose to public sale to tho btubest bidder,
the following described property, "vl.:"
Town lots as bud oil' in East Cairo, Ky., on lot
No. I, In tho division of laud by commission
ers, under order of court; also the balance ol
said lot, contulnlnti about led iicres; also lot No. a.
containing itt acres. Lot No. 10, contain ',"'
acres; Lot No. 1:1, contiilnliiR 170; LotNo.17, W0;
. v- .ii mu. . i... ,ii ..i.i. .,1 li. in four tracts .
I UUl I'll. 1.I"I,U' I., tU IfU UlTlllill - ...
WUsol) acres on the south end ol Lot JNo in. au
m .: . .. ..... fj..,..ll'.i liitv.t
or said lots are in mu division oi
above referred to. The purclmser will be required
toiilvo bond with approved aeenrity, foi ' tnu pay
ment of the purchase money, to huvo tho rorcc ol a
lieplevlu lionet bcnrliiK Interest from the din;
of sale, with a lieu reservi.d on the properly, Until
nlltluipunlmso money It paid. 'u,",?,7,u? In
U, IS and 'J I months. T. J. V III I h,
Master Commissioner or Mallard Common I'loaa