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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
EKTtKKl) AT THE 1WT OKFICTS IS CAIKO, IL
LINOIS A8 SKCOS D-CLASB MATTKK.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDKR COUNTY.
Krnet II. ThtPlwk. IMtv KtUtor.
Only Morplng Daily In Southern Illinob.
otHclHl I'mwr nt thH City offiiirn.
TADER BRO'S Manufacturing Jewelers,
No. 123 Commercial ave., Cairo, 111.
LOCAL WEATHKU KKI'OhT.
Sionai Owes, i
Cairo. 111.. Oct. l.iaail. f
Time. Bar. Ther. Ham. Wind. Vel Weither.
1 ' ..
t p. m.. ' :i is
Maximum Temperature. Tl ; Ululuum Tern
prture. 51 : Rainfall 0.f inchet.
Klver 8 red 0 iucbe. Ki I inch.
w. n. RAT,
Serg'l Signal Corpi. C. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thi column, five cent per line. e.h
The uudersigned will, on and after
May 1st, Ikj prepared to furnish our citi
zens tirst rate quality of ice cream,
equal in every way to that furnished in
Chicago, made fresh daily, mid furnished
in freezer, from one gallon upwards; deliv
ered to any part of the city. This cream is
made by an experienced artist and cannot
tail to give satisfaction on trial. Orders
left at ice house, corner Eighth and Levee,
will receive prompt attention. Will be fur
nished ut $1.23 per gallon in quantities from
oncgallou upwards. Ruhlut Hewett,
BEPTEMBKR 7TH TO OCTOBKIl Otll.
. .The Illinois Central railroad will sell ex
cursion tickets at greatly reduced rates.
This is the only route running two daily
trains. The only line that runs sleeper's
through from Cairo to Cincinnati without
change. J. Johnson, Oun'l Agent.
J. II. Jon eb, Ticket Agent.
Madame Floyd has opened a day school
at Turner hall, where she hopes to he pat
ronized. Special success assured in mathe
matics, Latin, French and music. Terms
The War amo.no Root and Shob Deal
ers is raging, but it is generally conceded
that the best place to buy la at C. Koch's
Bhoe store, where always will bo found the
largest and best stock of custom hand-made
boots and shoes for the lowest prices. We
are dairy receiving new goods, and doubt
less carry the largest stx:k of custom-made
goods in this city, of the bent manufacturers.
For bargains call at C. Koch, No. 90 Com
mercial avenue, between 5th and Oth streets.
GARLAND RASH BUHNER.
The heaviest and handsomest healing
stove ever offered in this market, for soft
coal, also, same pattern for hard coal, a
t favorite with all who have tried them. New
arrivals of every variety ot stoves for the
fall trade are rolling in every day. Last
but not least the celebrated Charter Oak
Cook Stoves. C. W. Hkndkimos,
194 Commercial Avenue,
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
Tho best salve in the world for cuts,
.bruises, gores, tilsers, salt rheum, fever sores,
tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salvo is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
. cents per box. For sale byGno. E. O'Haka
, FOR SALE.
The "Burnsido property" on comer south
east corner Seventh and Jell'ersou avenue.
House has eight rooms and kitchen. Good
cellar, wood-shed and cistern. Four lots.
Icrms reasonable, M. J. IIowi.kv,
Real Estate Agent.
Near Concordia, Bolivar county, Missis
ippi, I have 1,500 acres of land in cotton
and corn to be picked and housed. To ac
commodate while and colored laborers I
havo large framo-hotises with brick, flro
. places in each, with berths and mattresses
. in each house, sufficient to accommodate a
large nu.uber of laborers. Tho house for
whites will be separated from thoso for
Colored laborers. The highest price will bo
paid for good hands. Wm. M. Si.kihik.
For Rkst. Furnished rooms In a good
locality, with or without Imard. Apply
southeast comer Eleventh and Walnut
struts, second door.
For tho finest roasts, tho Juciest stca ,
1 the tenderest chops, tho most delicious
cutlets, the bent sails mc, you must go to
Fred Koehlcr's sample room on Eighth
; '! streot, where tho very cream of the market is
Vilwayi to be found.
Five lots on on Levee street, above Reed's
foundry. Will be sold cheap. Title per
fect. M. J. Howlev, Real Estate Agent.
Mr .T IV,srnr. Assisted bv J. Nelson Jef
ferson and Miss May Edwards, will give a
public seance, at the Atheneum, Sunday
evening, October 3rd. Mr. Foster cornea
under the auspices ot the National Lyceum
bureau of Boston. A small admission will
be made to defray the expenses.
A 1'KitFixT Smoke- Burner for steam boil
ers. Borden. Selleck & Co.. St. Louis,
A reward of twenty-five dollars will be
paid for the recovery of the body of Edwin
II. Wood, drowned three miles above Cairo,
on Thursday cveuing at o'clock, lie is
thirty years old, has auburn hair and long
mustache; has lost several teeth, had two
silver dollars in his pocket, wore corded
cotton pants, was in shirt 6leeves, and had
on striped cheviot shirt. He wore boots
and bad not been shaved for several weeks.
Information concerning the remains
should be furnished to 0. D. Williamson,
Cairo Ills., who will pay the above reward
on recovery of the body.
CAino, Ills., uctODcr z,
The Ladies Aid Society Of the Metho
dist church will give a supper for the bene
fit at their church next Thursday evening
at Temperance hall; oysters and all the
delicacies of the season. "Come over and
help us." Supper from 0 to 10.
Tr,cT a nosa Imnlr with red leather
i-nt.r mntfiininrr memoranda?, onlv valua
ble to owner. The finder will be suitably
rewarded by leaving same at this office.
WINTER'S OLD RELIABLE OTsTEP. DEPOT.
The undersigned would respectfully in
form the citizens of Cairo.that we are now
receiving daily, and the ouly parties in
Cairo, direct from Baltimore fresh oysters by
the can and from the quantity we are re
ceiving and selling daily we are enabled to
sell them for ten and twenty cents per can
less than any other house in the city and
as the season advances we will be enabled to
sell them much lower. We are cow selling
the choicest brands at the following figure,
to-wit : Choice Standard, full cans, 40 cents :
choice Selects, full cans, 50 cents. For sale
at Winter's grocery, on Eighth street, and
at the Hotel De w'inters. late Arlington ho
tel at any time, day or night.as the hotel is
never closed. Parties can always rely upon
netting them. Respectfully,
II. Winter & Co.
Mr. Hugh Barton will, on to-morrow,
commence canvassing for advertisements
for the Threatre Coniiqtie's house program
me. This 'programme" is a good advertis
ing medium for our merchants, etc., since
fifteen thousand of them are being dis
tributed every week.
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Notice in the.e columna, ten cent pr line,
each Insertion. Marked
Fresh oysters at A. T. IX-P.aun's, 50
"Between the acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Kotsmever's.
Don't forget the meeting of the temper.
ance army this afternoon.
Dr. Joycelyn contemplated leaving for
St. Louis yesterday.
Capt. Win. Hambleton paid Cairo a
visit in his buggy yesterday.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's, 50
"Between the acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Korsineyer's.
Circuit court adjourned yesterday.
Judge Baker holds court in Pulaski county
Young Walter Thompson was still un-com-.ious
and in a critical state at last ac
counts. James S. Morris and daughter, Mary,
of Ullin, mo in the city visiting relatives.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DcBaiin's. 50
Mr. (lus. Will iauison, came down from
Jonesboro yesterday, to spend the Sunday
in this city.
Mr. Clms. Sclioeneincycr lost his cow
yesterday evening thorough the prevail
ing cattle disease.
Owing to absence of Rector Bonnar
from the city, there will be no services in
the Church of the Redeemer to-day.
Mrs. A. Paine and her son, Mr. Frank
Luttrell, bid good-by to their friends yes
terday mid left for Clinton, Ivy.
Mr. J as. Kennedy has the contract for
straightening up the ice house below the
8t. Charles, which is about to tumble
Mr. Justus Cunningham Informs us that
lie leaves the city for the country to-day in
tho interest of the Democratic party. So
mote it bo.
A suitable reward is offered elsewhere
in tl Is issue to the Under of a memoranda
book lost a few days ago. Read the adver
tisement. Mr. S. S. Sportier, of Cleveland, Ohio,
an experienced druggist, has accepted a
position in the wholesale drug house of
Messrs. Barclay Bro's.
Tho Misses Lucy and Owe Hawkins,
who have been absent from the city for
tho past three weeks, visiting friends, re
turned borne yesterday,
We acknowledge tho receipt of
tho twelfth numbr of ''Good Com
pany," a capital magazine of one hun
died pngrs. It Is, indeed, as its namo im
plies "good company," owing to the great
variety of Its conlenls, the beauty of its
print and paper and the brightness and
kecuess of its articles,
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1880.
-Mr. Lusk, of Springfield, who is a
rampant Radical ami a revenue collector,
and whose shapely form has appeared in
our midst during the past few days, left for
The first crop of new tobacco, raised in
Ballard county, was yesterday bought by
Messrs. Penn & Henderson. It is of au ex
cellent quality, and was raised by Mr.
George Reeves, whose farm is near Wick
liffe.' A lecture preparatory to thecommun
ion, to be administcied iu tho Presbyterian
church at eleven o'clock, a. m. to-day, was
delivered by Rev. George last night, and
was well attended. Services in the eveniug
We call the attention of our readers to
the notice of Mr. Hugh Barton, published
in this morning's special lo:al column,
His scheme is one that commends itself to
our advertisers and will undoubtedly meet
with their favor.
Mr. L. P. Whilcox, of Anna, whose
stepson was drowned in tho Ohio river
about three miles above this city, ou Thurs
day evening last, was in the city yesterday
and offers a reward of twenty-five dollars
for the recovery of the renmins.
The large ice house below the St.
Charles hotel, owned, we believe, by Messrs.
Iluse, Loomis & Co., is about to "take a
tumble" and men have for several days been
engaged in the attempt to thwart its de
signs, but with little apparent success.
-Elsewhere in this issue the Ladies'
Aid society of the Methodist church an
nounces that an oyster supper w ill be given'
for the benefit of the Methodist church, in
Temperance hall, on the next Thursday
evening. Besides oysters all the delicacies
ot the season will be served.
This Sunday evening. Mr. J. Foster.
assisted bv the well-known mediums, J.
Nelson Jefferson and Miss May Edwards,
will give a seance at the Athneum. The
tests will be given with all the impressive
mystery of the seance room. A small ad
mission fee will be charged at the door to
The sermon of Dr. Talmage, at the
Brooklyn Tabernacle last Sunday, was a
powerful attack on Mormonism. He ap
pealed in a stirring manner to the govern
ment and the people to destroy the evil
either by arbitration, peaceful proclamation
or by cannon and ball. Some of his argu
ments were very forcible, and the conclud
ing por'.ion of the sermon, unlike Talmage,
contained touches of rare pathos. The dis
course, if it accomplishes nothing more,
will sot the people to thinking uroa this
greatly neglected subject.
We have the highest Greenback au
thority for it. viz: the word of Mr. Henry
Winter, that Mr. Streeter. the Greenback
candidate fur gubenatoral honors in this
state, and Mr. Stelle, will both put In an
appeal ance in this city on the 7th inst., and
tell our people "what's what." In other
words, these gentlemen will discuss the
financial question in a manner peculiarly
their own and give the voters many new
"points." They will speak from the Tenth
strict stand, ami being men of prominence
will doubtless be favored by a hrge audi
ence. A number of Levee merchants, appre
ciating the good music of the Comiquo
jand, and the liberality with which they
have dispensed it, have signified their will
ingness to contribute enough to the band's
benefit fund to enable them to purchase a
handsome parade suit for each of the mem
bers. Accordingly the members went in a
body to Lehniug & Cobler's tailor shop
and had their measures taken, which were
sent to Cincinnati to have the suits made
to order. The suits are expected to arrive
by a week from next Tuesday, just one day
before the next Democratic parade.
-Yesterday forenoon while a gentleman
named William Green, of Pulaski county,
was driving over the cross levee, seated on
a load of hay with his little son at his side,
his horses became frightened at an ap
proaching Illinois Central train and jump
ing suddenly aside, threw Mr. Green and
his son from the wagon. The boy, falling
on his head, was stunned and lay as if
dead for some time ami Mr. Green was
severely bruscd. When he arrived at Mr.
Metcalfs store he presented a horrible
sight. His face was considerably cut and
his hair and whiskers were matted with
Henry Ward Beecher will enter the
Held in a few days and make a number of
political speeches. He visited the Repub
lican headquarters iu New York on Satur
day Inst, nnd it is announced that he will
mount his first stump in Indiana. The
Plymouth pastor has proved conclusively
by former dabbling in politics that ho
knows just about enough iu that lino to
render himself ridiculous in the eyes of
the people. The pulpit nnd the partisan
political stump, in America, aro very far
apart, and it rarely happens that a minister
can leave the sacred desk and speak intelli
gently nnd effectively upon the subject of
(uite a time ago, as our readers will
remember the wife of Mr. Kegou, ono of
the city's sidewalk pntchers, was run over
on the Illinois Central track, Just this side
of tho elevator. Her right arm was cut oil
and she was considerably bruised from the
clh'cts of which she died a few days after
ward. Tho husband sued the company tor
ten thousand dollars damag", and the suit
camo up in the circuit court day before
yesterday, Messrs. Green and Gilbert ap
pearing for the company and Mr. Anderson,
of Mound City, nppenring for Mr. Kegon.
Tho case consumed two days and was
given to tho jury last night, w Inch, after a
few minutes' retirement, brought in a ver
dict for the company.
The following report of the final ac
tion of the board of equalization, concern
ing the Eighteenth district, reached our
table yesterday :
LANDS. LOTS. I'EHS'L
t oi'NTiES. -? y 2 V n I y
a o I q
Alexander i 14 14
Jackson 0 0 9
Johnson S3 13 13
Massac 0 8 9
Perry 4 4 4
Pope 3 4 4
Pulaski 17 20 17
Union 14 10 14
Williamson ... 3 13 2
Randolph .... 15 10 10
FIGURES, WHICH DO NT LIE.
Below we give a few figures, which will
ba interesting reading to our Republican
friends, who, no doubt, will be greatly
stimulated by the fact that they havo been
losing their grip on the people ever since
the close of the war and return of the "boys
in blue" to peaceful employment.
These figures are from the "Tribune
almanac," which should be good authority,
and show the Republican losses from
1872 to 1870, in the states, not iu rebellion:
M.u. 1870. m.u. 1872. y.v.v. wm.
California. r 2,803 r 13,303 10,497
Connecticut, d 2,900 r 4,758 1,808
Delaware, d 2,029 r 909 3,338
Illinois, r 19,031 r 57,000 37.373
Indiana. d 5,515 r 22,513 28,030
Iowa, r 50227 r 00,70 10,143
Kansas, r 40,020 not reo'ted
Kentucky, d 02,534 d 11.229 51,305
Maine. ' r 10.417 r 32,335 13.N5S
Man-land, .1 19.799 d 927 18,872
Massachusetts, r 41,280 r 74.212 32.920
Michigan, r 25.300 r 00,100 34,794
Minnesota, r 24.103 r 20,094 gain.
Missouri, d 58,048 d 32,23-s 25.810
Nevada, r 1,075 r 5.177 1,102
N.Hampshire, r 3.030 r 5,744 2.714
New Jersey, d 12.445 r 14,257 20,702
New York. d 32.742 r 33.430 80.19s
Ohio. r 7.510 r 37,532 30,010
Oregon, r 1,057 r 4.089 3,032
Pennsylvania, r 17.974 r 137.548 119,54
Rhode Island, r 5.075 r 8,730 3.061
Vermont. r 23. r 30.504 0.720
Wisconsin. r 0,141 r 18,550 12,409
Total loss, 503,150
It 1U3V also aid the Republicans in their
sectional effort to impress the North that
there is a "solid South," to show the Repub
lican and Dcni'jcratic vote in the southern
sutes in 1870:
Alabami. 0S230 102,002
Arksuss, '.'. WJ 58.071
Kentucky. 97.150 159.090
Maryland. 71.080 91,779
Missouri. 145.029 203.077
North Carolina, 0-.419 125,427
Tenne-see, 89.500 1:13.100
Texas, 44.""0 104.755
Virginia. 95.558 139,070
West Virginia, 10.070 17,911
Florida. 24.340 24.434
Louisiana, 77,174 K3,723
South Carolina, 91.70 90,890
Detn. maj.. 305,818
THE GRAVEL QUESTION AGAIN.
Editor Cairo Bulletin.
Whit is the matter with the city council:
with the street committee or the Mayor
Why don't they compel Mr. Nellis to de
liver the gravel widen he agrees to deliver?
I don't think that he should be asked to
do impossibilities but since, as you say,
there are four feet of water over the chain
at the present time, with no prospect of a
fall in the river, it would be interesting to
know why the proper authorities do not
compell him to deliver the gravel which
under the contract he is bound to furnish.
I understand that the Mayor, principally,
has the say so about the matter. If this is
true, he being a Republican, may not want
to interfere with Mr. Nellis' candidacy by
keeping him busy at the gravel beds.
There is a reason for this action of the au
thorities. What is it? Tax i-ayek.
We give it up. We arc capable of
solving all sorts of mysteries know
who will be elected to congress from
this district; can tell the name of the
man in the moon, and can instantly
spell out the name of the man who struck
Billy Patterson, hut the reasons for our
authorities' action in this gravel matter
no. We can but again repeat it, we "give
it up." It is ono of the very few ot the
world's mysteries which arc entirely be
yond our comprehension.
We agree with Tax-i-aver that Mr. Nellis
should not be asked to perform impossibili
ties, but since, over his own signature, he
has agreed to furnish the city with between
live and ten thousand cubic yards of gravel
at one dollar and a quarter per yard, and
since the river is sufllciently high to enable
him to fulfill that contract, wo fail to Bee
why he should not be compelled to live up
to his agreement. He is himself responsi
ble and can be forced by law to deliver the
gravid on our streets when asked to do so.
All other men are compelled to fulfill
whatever agreements they may enter into
with tho city, but apparently Mr. Nellis is
a superior being, who may retard our im
provements for an indefinite length of time
by a mere whim, and the authorities
will close their eyes to it, and then ask
the people to do likewise without pre
tending to assign a singlo reason tor their
unpaidonablo action. We know there aro
men in the council who do not approve of
this, nnd havo reason to beliovo that sev
eral member of the street committee aro
opposed to it, but owing to the fact that a
This Space is Reserved for
A. MARX, the Clothier,
Whose Advertisement will Appear
in a few days.
few self-constituted leaders will have it so, j
the matter remains as it is.
Mr. Nellis' contract is no small affair.
It amounts to from between six to tei:
thousand dollars aud is well worthy of ut-,
teution, but he must be humored in hi.- !
whim by personal lnends at the expense
1 .1... .l..).;n,..i.l .C 0.., fit!' nnd lilllwt !
mill IV i llvj liuuill.i ui iti in-
be given his own time, notwithstanding the
fact that two mouths ago the entire council
agreed that even then it was already too
late iu the year to commence the per
manent improvement of our streets. The
Paducah gentleman who bid against
Mr. Nellis tor the job, would
doubtless have fulfilled the contract, but
one of the reasons why it was given to Mr.
Nellis was that he was a "home man." Had
Mr. Nellis cared as much for the city's inter
est as the city cared for his,the desired grav
el would have been at our w harf six weeks
ago, and Eighth street, which was prepared
for its reception some time ago, would not
be in its present disgraceful condition. But
not alone this. The city would not have
been compelled to send to Island No 1 for
"gravc!,"cotnposed chiefly of sand and a few
stones, the size of brick-bats.
So far as our correspondent's reference
to Mr. Nellis' politics are concerned, we do
not lx?!ieve, or at least hope, that they cut
no figure in the matter. It is true that the
mayor anil several members of the street
committee are Republicans, and would not
be apt to throw anything in his way that
would prevent him from making an active
canvass, but we believe they have the inter
ests ot our city too much at heart to permit
their political opinions to deter th'-m from
insisting on the immediate fulfillment of
THE WOKK-GIKIS REST.
SELECTED rOB THE UrB'i Bl LILTIK ET I. A. X.
Dead I tint It louS'l'd not cadly
To thorn) who bad known hr tv-i-t:
D'-d? no( a nurnnnB of orrjv,
Only a mu ti DKi d'd ret.
Fold tin: Fi-atit rolie -l aljout iicr,
Laj tbe fmr head K'-htly down,
Tin but Kit- workshop clo.d i-artj.
The work girl clalmitiij h r crown
Naairht of ttii world bat On aiirrow,
Naught but Itn work did the know,
In It r'JMgn that tli! welcomed the iiiininont?
It It ttratit- that tin.- wanted to go?
No rnor- hall the ulumli'flny streets echo
The ton ml of her werjr tri-iel.
No inure chail we mark the woinnu
Who tolled for her dally bread.
From the eneer and thrjeat ol the work room
Hie la ufi ia ber Father' a breast,
With her p'-nrl ol life unsullied,
hhe bat lulu her dowu to rent.
Would you Hlntr of the brave and the valiant !
The battle or lire amid?
Come look at the pule young toiler
L'nder thlt r.oflin lid,
Weep hot! for her tliero a no torrow.
See her atlll hand on ber breiint;
Death, and ib-ath only, bad pity
He ijave the work Kir! revl.
Then fold the trant robe about her,
Ly the fair head ifently down,
Place on the pale brow the lilk-x,
The work-Kid (lesnrveth ln r crown.
Caiho. Ii i.., Oct. S. 1sO.
ST. LOHIS FAIR AND EXPOSITION,
OCTOBER 4-TH TO !)TH, 181H).
The Illinois Central R. R. will sell ex
cursion tickets f Iniro to St. Louis and return
at $7.20 (one and one-third fare for round
trip.) Will commence sal,! of tickets,
Saturday, October 2d. Good to return until
October 1 1th, inclusive. This is the only
lino running threo daily trains through to
the union depot in St. Louis.
J. II. Josks, J. Johnson,
Ticket Agent. Oen'l Agent.
CAIKO AND ST. LOUIS R. It.
flHRATLV HEDI.CKD KATES TO Til K ST. I.OVIH
KA I II.
Tickets will be placed an sale October
2nd good to return until October 11 tit.
This l the only road running an all day
light train betw"vi Cairo and St. Louis.
Train leaves corner Second street and
Ohio Levee 8:45 a. in., arrives St.
Louis 0:20 p. tn. Our omnibuses deliver
passengers and baggage iu St. Louis, free
J. A. Nauoi.k, L. M. Johnson,
Agent. Oeu'l Manager.
IN THE DARK.
When in the dark her hand I pressed, what
rapture I endured,
H it when the candle entered, all was cured,
For her face was covered with blotches
and pimples, I made her a present of n
itittle of Spring Blossom, and now she's
cured. Wedding next week no cards
only testimonials. Price?: 50c. trial lit
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you. free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station D, New York City.
Cases in which the heart is weak and ir
regular in action, are soon reftored to health
and regularity by Fellow's Syrup of Hypo
phosphites. As persons whose hearts ac
tion is feeble are nwtt susceptible to the in
fluence of cold, it is in the advent of the
cold season its use is especially advised.
John Rtcon,1 Laporte, Iod., writes:
"Hurrah foi Spring IJlossom" it's all you
cracked it up to le. My Dyspepsia has all
vanished, why don't you advertise it, w hat
allowance will you make it I take a dozen
bottle, so that I could obliu'o my friends
occasionally. Price, 50c; trial bottles 10c.
( Ot't.ll SYKIT.
SALE. -A new Joh nftlee, conijiletpin every
partlrula-. ami Jut wbat ia wanted for the run
of Job. pamphlet aiel other work Iu e null towut.
The material wa all mr-fnlly teU-rteil ;it tin- foun
dry lv a Job prin'cr ol T'yeura experience. 1ypet.
border, etc . nre nf the litert ttylet. ami in jitr
feet order The pr-t ia eighth medium. For
partlruhir. aildn-tH "A," care of liulletni cilice,
yjTICE OF ADJt'STMKNT
E-TATK nf THOMAS MMITAIK, DECEAKI).
All perton rnvlng clainu agalntt the extnte of
Thoin.il- MrirUIn di-eeaed, are hereby notified and
reiuettel to attend and preMent tnch claim to the
county court of AW-lander county, Iinol, for the
piirt'ote of having tho tame ailjiifted at a term of
end court, to he held nt the court house, in the city
of Cairo In a'd Alexander county, on the third
Monday of December. A. D. 1KS0, being tbcUUll day
Dated .September With. A. D. IS.
JOHN W. MAHTAIN, Kxecnlor.
JOTICK OF ADJUSTMENT.
istats or mux ut-Nnr, deceased.
All permin hiving claims agalott the cttnte of
John Diuillp. deceased, are hereby notified and re
qucMed to attend and prewjiit tuch clalma to the
county court of Alexander county. Illlimlt, for the
purioe ofbavlng the aame adjusted at a term ol
Mid court, to be held at the court lioute, In tin-city
tirCniraiu mild Alexander county, on the third
Monday of December, A. U. JSSO, being the ioth day
I hereof. . .
Dated September 27th. A. D. lHHo,
MKLLSSA DUjNKll, AdralnUtnitrlx
v V I"V Krcat cnanceto mane mon
I 1 i V I I I ey We need a perton in
I tI I I i I I evory town to take tulmcrlp
llwIJI .tloua for the largest, cheap-V-fl
V -lJ-y eat and hett Jllluatrated
fumily publication In the
world. Any one csn become tuccetafiil ogent)
Mix elegant workt of art given feed tn aubicribera.
I'liu price la bo low that almott everybody auli
Hcrlbca, One agent reports Inking I'M ttlhtcrlhert
In a day. A Indv agent report making 93KI profit
In ten day. All who engage make money fatt. You
can devoto all your time to.the butlneta.or only your
spare time. You need not bo away from home
over nigh'. You can do it a well aa other . Knll
direction and term free. Klegant nnd expensive
(.milt free, If vou want profitable work tend ut
youraddre at'once. H coat nothing to try tho
lintlne. Ko one who engage fall to make great
pay. Addtots UKOUUB STIHbON & CO., Port
, TO tH)0 A YEAR, or to
in a day In your own locality
No risk Women do a won
f lJ 1 f mun. Many make more
Tr than the amount
abovo. No one can fall to
maku money fast. Any one can do the work. You
ciiu mnk from 60c to 'i an hour by dovotint; your
evening andaparo tlmo to the huaine. It "J!W
nothing to try tho bnln. Nothing like It ror
momiy making over offered before. Hulne plea
ant and strictly honorable. Header, If yon want to
know nil about the beat paying bnalne before the
pnbllc, end it your addieta and we will rd you
full particular and private term free;mplu
worth in Rltofrcet yon can then make up yotir
mind For yourself. Addrcai UKOROB BTINSON
Co., Portlaud, Matue, .