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Notice of Sale.
ADMINISTRATOR S KALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Hr virtue of an order of the county court of Alex
ander county. In the atate of Illtnuia. made at the
Mar terra thereof A. D.. 1W upon the petition of
the und-raignd admlniairator of the. eatate of
Jame Law rence, deceaaed. gii,t Narclaaa Hazle
wood, Edward (t. Hazlewood, Francis H. Law
rence, and other. I will en
TlEDA,TliE lTth DAY OF AVGV8T. A. D.
at the boor of two clock p. m., of aald
dav. aeil at public vendue at the aonthweat
erlyduor of the court hooae In the city of Cairo,
county of Aletander at:d atate of lllinoia, all
the inured of the aaid Jame Lawrence, de
ceased in and totne following deacrlhed real e
tat simated In aaid county of Alexander audetate
of Illinoi. to-wtt:
The aoutheaat anarter of the aoothweat quarter
and aouthweat quarter of the aoutheaat quarter of
aeetion nomoer ininy-iurce ii in lowurmu num
ber fourteen (14 south range two cii weat; alao the
northweat u,urter of tbe rrthcaat quarter of aec
tien number thirteen (lsi In township number fif
teen 13i ouib Mnire two weat; alao lot number
two (iti In block number one il) In ibe town of San
duaky in aald routitr of Aleiander according to
the original plat of aald town
Trrnnof Sale: OnB-third carh hi hand on the
iU f,f le nne-ihlrfl to he raid In aix montba
and one-third in twelve raouth from the day of
aale. the deferred paymenta tone secure nynote
drawlne aix per cent, interest and a mortgage cpon
Cairo. II!.. June Kd 1M.
Whereaa William nolme and Adallne Holme
hi wife, by their certain mortgage deed, dated the
eighth tf!b day or tebroarv. a. u. ist. ana recora
ef In the office of the recorder of deed within and
for tbe county of Alexander and atate of lilinoi.
on the eleventh day of March A. D. lhTS, in book
I" of aale mortgagea on nageSftS, did convey to
George v. f-bort, of aald county c f Alexander,
aa mortgagee, the premise hereinafter described,
loaccure tbe paymeut of one certain promlaaorv
note executed by the aald William Holme, and
bearing dale February elirhth tthi lKTh. calllngfor
Cine Hundred and Twentv-aeven and Jfrli uollara
(ll-.T.iifii and payable t the order of tbe aaid
George W. fhort. twelve mouth after the date
thereof with Intereat at the rate of ten percent per
: nm, nntil paid.
a: u whereaa. It waa provided In aald mortgage
,";! a caae of default In tke payment of aald prom
n'noteor any part thereef according to the
'l,v . 4 effect thereof, the aaid George W. Short,
u - I KTeaentatlve or a'torney might ael) the
pr,i.- debed ir 'aid mortgage under the
pow ' tained n.iac for the purjKie there
in ap. "lu .
And h -e. ileiinlt ha been made In the pay
ment o . not, f' jh of tbe principal and of all
the itite. s Mhii ha accrued upon tbe fame
aincc the da. f.ta execution.
And. wher-,theaid Ueorge W. Short depart
ed thia llfe.lnteatate on or about the eighteenth da
of Auguat, A. I). ITO and the underalgned waa
duly appointed admlnlttrator of hia eatite by the
eou'ntv court of aaid county of Alexander, on the
tjird'day of Heptcmber. A. D. 1CTK and it now
the aole administrator of bla aald eatute.
Now, therefore, public, notice la hereby given
that In ptirauatice of aald mortgage deed and by
virtue of the power and authority granted in and
liy the aameto the legal repreaemative of tbe aid
George W. Short. I, the nndureigutd admlniatra
tor aa aforeaald will on
TIURSllAY.TUK TWELFTH DAY OF AVGVST
A. D. Ihri. at the hour of eleven o'clock a. ru. ol
aald dav, at the front door of the court houae in tbe
citv of Cairo In aald countv of Alexander aeil at
public vendue tothe hlgheat bidder tor carh, the
preiuaea mentioned In aald mortgage, and des
cribed a follow, namely: Lot number aix (fit in
black numben'd one (l)ln the town of Saudiifky,
aa the aame la known and deaignated on the recorded
map or plat thereof, the aame being a part of aec
tlon nnmher thirteen (13), In townahlp number
Fifteen (15) outh rango two (i) wet f
the third principal meridian in the
countv oft t Alexander and atate of Il lnola,
together with ail and alngnlar the tenemei.t,
hereditament and appurtenance thereunto be
longing, and all the right, title and equity of re
demption of the aald William Uolme and Adnline
Holme, hi wife, grantor In aald mortgage, their
heir and aalgna therein.
There will be due on the said day of alc the nm
of One Hundred Fifty nine dollar and Twenty,
cent (USD.)) belde the cnata and expetiae of
aale RH HARD E. NORMAN.
Admlnla' wtor of the eatato of George W. Short
Cairo, 111., July 2d WW.
IN thollatrlctcnnrtofthernlted State, for tho
Snutbera dttrlct of Illinois.
In Hankruptcv. No. Ui.
In the matter of Erueat Kelchart, Andrea Doll
and David M. Knowle. bankrupt,. Notice i
hereby given that a petition ha been filed in aald
court by aald David M. Knowles, lute of Cairo. Ill
inoi. now of KfHngham, In the county of E fling
ham, in aald dinrlct. duly declared bankrupt, un
der the act of congrca of March Sd, 1C67, and tho
amendment thereto, for a diacharge and certifi
cate thereof, from all hie debt and other claim
provable under ald act, and that the 5th day of
Auguat. A. D. WHO, at eleven o'clock A. M i aa
lgned for a hearing of tho aamo by the aald court
atthel'nlted State court roam in the city of
Springfield, when and where all creditor of aaid
bankrupt, and all other peraon In Intereat mav at
tend and ahnw canao, if any they have, why the
cravcr of of aald putlton ahoulcl not be granted.
v 3 M. B. CONVERSE, Clerk.
Brown A Young, attorney for plalntlfT.
Dated at Springfield July lt, A. 1). IHHO.
W nre thai Urmt fxpnrtr Id Hia rnlttl
Htfttf. ntl wo will pay thu highoBt market uric
In oah for any quautlty.
" R. A. Holden & Co.
07 Vut Street CINCINNATI.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THE SENATORIAL CONVENTION.
THE MOST ENTUCBIA8TIC AND HARMONIOUS
CONVENTION EVER UI.DI9 THIS I'ART OK
Mciir'HYSBono, 111., July 8, 18b0.
.The senatorial convention which met hero
to-dny was one of tho most respectable find
enthusiastic that has met iu thu district for
years. Tho attendance was large, and the
delegates expressed the hope, to a maQ,thut
the strongest and most available men sliould
be nominated, and that perfect harmony
The convention mu at 2 o'clock p. in.
in the court house. Judge Haiker, who
was hnlding court, having kindly taken a
recess, bo as to accommodate the conven
tion, and was called to order by Mr. J.
P. McLean of Union, chairman of the
senatorial committee. Mr. W. W. Burr of
Jackson was nominated temporary chair
man, and T. F. Bouton, of Union,
temporary secretary, which nom
inations were unanimously con
firmedand upon motion the tempor
ary chairman and secretary were made the
permanent officers of the convention.
Upon, motion Geo. E. Olmsted, of Alex
ander; J. M. Gill, of Jackson, and 0. P.
Bapgotr, of Union, were appointed com
mittee on credentials.
The committee on credentials reported
the following named persons a being enti
tled to seats in the convention, as dele
Alexander county William Mcllale,
Jas. S. Rcarden, R. Fitzgerald, and Geo.
Jackson county J. M. Gill, E. II. Light
foot, G. W. Ferry, Geo. W. Andrews, J. LI
Kimball, T. J. Smith, J. N. Cordell, W. W.
Union county T. F. Bouton, J. P. Mc
Lean, A. Durham, J. T. Wallace, Michael
Bame, Henry W. Dyer, S. S. Brower, 0. P.
BagKott, 31. C. Crawford, A. G. Brittain
Which report was adopted without dis
sent. Hon. M. C. Crawford then nominated Mr.
Wm. Lemma at a candidate tor state sena
tor, seconded by Col. J. S. Rearden, which
motion was unanimously adopted. Hon.
W. H. Green nominated David T. Linegar,
of Alexander county, and Henry Dyer, of
Union, nominated Harley P. Buckingham,
of Union county, as candidates for the house
of representatives, which nominations were
confirmed unanimously upon a call of the
The candidates being called for made
short addresses of acceptance, and great en
A senatorial committee was appointed,
consisting of tbe following gentlemen, I. L.
Harrcll, of Alexander county, J. B. Mayhem,
of Jackson county, Thomas F. Bouton, ot
Union county; at lare Jas. B. McClean and
G. W, Andrews. Upon motion G. W. An
drews, of Jackson, was declared chairman
of said cemmittee. Upon motion of Wm.
McIIale convention adjourned.
A FEW WORDS OF WISDOM.
EJitor Cairo Bulletin.
Deak Sin: I have noticed that people
have a habit of going to you with all their
little grievances, and eFpecially when they
want to scold or give advice or make sug
gestions for the benefit of the public You
must get awfully tired ot it, but I am sure
you are adear, good-natured fellow after all.
If I did not think so I would not bother
you with what may seem, to you, to be non
sense I am an old woman, Mr. Editor,
acd times and the habits of people have
changed very much since I was a girl; but,
can you tell me why it is that so many
wives and mothers now-a-days,and especially
in our little burg, consider it necessary to
gather up every chick and child about the
house and leave poor Pater Familias (is that
word correct, Mr. Editor) at home alone
every year from July 'till October? It can
not be that they go to find a more healthy
climate, because there is no healthier
place in America than our much abused
Cairo. Nor can they find a cooler place.
Then why in the name of common sense,
don't they stay at home? Do yon suppose
Mr. Editor (come close and let me whisper
it in your ear) do you suppose that the
wives are so tiresome that the husbands are
glad to get rid of them and the babies
every summer and encourage them to leave
home ; or are they poor, unconiplaning fel
lows and let their families go for the sake
of peace, just because they insist that to
be fashionable they must go, and then stay
at home themselves and sweat and toil in
their offices, stores or workshops to make
the great wherewithal for their folks to
splurge on while they are gone
following tho fashion? Well, let that mat
ter be as it may, it is hard on the poor men
anyhow; for they cither have to stay at
homo alone tor four months or take up with
boarding-house accommodations. It must
be awful lonely for them it tbey do not seek
other society, when their labor for the day is
over. Then suppose they do this: then like
as not some old gossip will consider it her
Christian duty to go and see tbe wife when
she comes homo and hint to her that Mr.
So and So was a little wild, while she was
gone and might be the better for a little
watching or a curtain lecture now and then
Well, Mr. Editor, us I said before I am
an old woman and nni dreadful unfashion
able, and maybe not as smart as I
used to bo, but dear heart, how
I do want to persuade those who are in
such, a flurry to start off north or some
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLK1IN; SUNDAY MORNING, JULY
-1 - ......... I .
where on their annual summer's jaunt to
just give it up end stay at home with their
husbands, even if some of their stuck-up
friends should consider them unfashionable
or too poor to travel and all that. It is my
opinion, that if fewer husbands were de
prived of the society of their wives and
children ech summer there would be more
happy homes and less heartburnings and
fewer husbands led astray and fewer
wives have broken hearts. Why,
Mr. Editor, I know some wives who seem
to scarcely think of anything else from the
time they come homo in October until they
go again in July, but to make and plan tor
their next summer's trip. How
sirry I feci for their husbands f
and declare I would not blame
them a mite it they told those wives the
next time they leave home to spend the
summer that they may just stay away and
then turn iu and get a divorce and marry
some good sensible woman who loves her
husband well enough to stay with him
through heat and cold, storm and sunshine.
Now, this may seem like pretty severe talk
but, la mel I am all riled up at those fool
ish wives, who think they must run off
every summer, because it is all a foolish
habit, and they will find it out to be so by
the time they are as old as I am. I never
tried it but once. One summer, I remem
ber a long time ogo, I felt tired
and worn out and thought a
change would do me good to
I packed up the children (I had
six) and went down to Maine to spend the
summer. I only staid five weeks and came
home in the hottest weather we had that
summer. But, la me, wasn't I glad to get
home? I don't know as I'll ever feel hap
pier when I get to heaven, then I was to sit
down under my own vine and fig-tree that
time. I tell you, Mr. Editor, there is no
place like home, and you can just tell your
wife to take an old lady's advice and stay
at home with you both. She and the babies
will be far better off there and save you lots
of money and many lonely hours. Hoping that
all wives who may read this will take this
advice kindly and perhaps profit by it,
I remain yours, respectfully,
Cairo, 111., July 12, 1880.
For tbe Cairo Bulletin:
CHATEAUX EN ESPAGNE.
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Image of love and grace I
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Wild-wood buds at dawn and eve
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Their perfumed breath to weave;
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For thy loving glances trneve.
Pausing by thy cristal casket,
Spell-bound the prince's feet,
Bend his proud lips revVently,
Thine ice-cold lips to greet.
Then thy young heart's slumb'ring pulses
Their old-time music beat.
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No lovelier face than thine
The prince hath held the chalice,
Tby lips have quaffed the wine.
Snow-white, awakened princes,
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Winefl of all Kinds",
NO. 60 OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. BMTTH A CO.. have constantly a
larg dock of the heat good In the market, and
give eapeclal attention to tot whlnal branch of
lot buslue. i ' ,
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
gT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
Tbe X'.eKastSldewheel Paenger Steamer
A. J. BlU. . M....MM.....M...MM...,...Clerlc.. .
Leave Cairo every Monday and Thnradiy fer
Cape Girardeau, St. Ionic, and way landing.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO,
On and after Monday, .Tune 7th, and nntil further
notice tbe ferryboat will make trip aa follows:
LBAVIS LBAT1S UATSI
Foot Fourth at. Miasouri Land'g. Kentucky U'g.
7:00 a.m. 7:30 a.m. 8 a.m.
9:00 a. m. 8 :10a.m. 10 a.m.
11:00 a.m. 11:40 a.m. 12:00m.
2:00 p.m. 2:80 p.m. 8 p.m.
4:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 90 p.m.
2 p. m. 8:30 p.m 8 p. m '
TOLU. BOCK AND BYE.
A New Compound, Scientifically
prepared ef Balaam Toln. CryB tallied Bock
Cftiidv. Old Bye Whisky and other Tonlca. The)
Formula 1 known to our nest physician, 1 highly
commended by them, and the Analyiof one of our
mot prominent chemists, l'rof. ii. A. Mariner, of
Chicago, 1 on the label of every bottle, it ia a well
kntiwnfactto tbe medical profession that TOLU,
HOCK and RYE will adbrd tbe greatest relief for
Cougbs. Colds, Influenza, Bronchitis, Hore Throat,
Weak Lungs, also Consumption, in the incipient
and advanced stage of that disease.
It can he used a a Beverage and for an Appeti
zer, making an effective tonic for Family nee. Try
It, you will find It pleasant to take, of great service,
if weak or debilitated, a it give Strength, Tone)
and Activity to the whole human frame.
fJTl'ut up in Quart size Bottle for Family nie.
Sole Agent fer the United State and Canada.
Also Importer of Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigar,
111 Madison Street, Chicago,
Sold by Druggist and Dealer everywhere;.
Qt D. WILLIAMSON & CO
76 Ohio Levee,
Boat Stores and Groceries,
Of allkffdi. 1 : ,,
OPEN NIQIIT AX15 DAY.
Freh Dairy and Gilt Idg ButUr, Oyater U
ittti. a? emit whit In iMiAH. na ana aad defr..
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