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I K.'tJ ATTUE PWBT OKPIC IN CAIRO, 1L
inm, tECOND-CLASS HATTEIl.
jirFinroyOTY AND COL'NTY.
! ER BRO'S Manufacturing Jewelers,
U Commercial ave., Cniro, III.
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' W. H. KaY.
Surg'l 8lKt! C.rnt. H. H. A.
8PCAL LOCAL ITEMS.
yrtu tAtbU column, flv5 cent per ilua, ucb
L . If a Ira Vnta rvf . I
iatintot'81 B880n,!(l v-ooaing unu
Twg; Stoves, Tinware, Hurlwnre, Hoi-
j.Tf, Uultery, etc.. etc., cud be found
' . inllev'a, 115 Commercial avenue.
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. f'.k.tL f Ml UtAVUO '
f L. ' MOliamnwin Vf finif jtr'' in thtt lour
Clink VIIWHII'U to UV I'VOI
jfva io the market for either wowl or
i " ',
wishing to make uu Acceptable
t for Christmas would do well to
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1 mt:ir orucrs hs nxm lis' puiuio ao
;ta be Bccommudated. ' ' '
fhJ Wcttmlrtfiter. bHse-lmrncr in ue
i icity nd ftll'ifive perfect sutiHfactioo.
r'1 mly by A...Ha!!ey, 115 Cotumercial
. .t the,fiDet romt. the juoicet eteaks,
tendttrest clmpi, the moot delicious
. jtt,the best Bsusies, you must o to
( K'Kshler'i Minple room on EilitU
,Tt,where tho erv creuru of the market is
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' yi U) bo found.
Slleck & Co., genj, at. Louis, Mu.
' ' New Billiard Saloon.
I? r' . Jowph Steagala has taken poMCitsion
' '1'J l.nil.lin, fiirmcrlv (iccuniud bv Mr.
1 Htrtmnn, on the corner of Sixth
n. I flimmnivtlill aVi.nllP. urn Ilfl4
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t 7 blished tlieroin a billiard saloon and
( Ul"tnrant.' He haa repaired the building
("'rnally, making 'change In the .arrange
i , ,,t to occoiumodate hi view and furn
? Idit with erery comfort tlint could be
"jT led for in a firat claa eatabliahment.
' IiM paired no pains to make his place
, it the rait attractive rejorts in the city,
. lintitesall to come and seehim.
I j' Bucklen's Arnica Halve.
The be&t aWe in the world for cute,
UiNses, mre, ulaer, salt rheum, tever sore,
. tcr, c.rf chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
kiniDda of akin eruptions. This salve ia
tiaraDlnDteed to give perfect satisfaction in
fery cj case or money refunded. Price, 23
ate pti per box. Fur sale by Obo. . O'Uaua
Oysters! Oysters l
JVesh Mobile oysters will be kept in
r2k through the season, constantly in
I IJck, and our numerous customer wilt be
Spited in quantities to suit, by thedoieo,
Tjfrdred or thousand. Al io fresh Baltimore
n in cans, best quality and all irrades
Mniia figures. Send vour orders to the
and Fum Depot, nio loveo, corner
treat. RobeutIIbwktt, Agent.
mn Vovi Uhm rtiunveii to Walnut
eet between Twelfth and Thirteenth
Joet. Pupils received in the dav-school
.vrinatruction given in special studies. Such
rson as are employed during the day and
vire lessons in Latin. Book-keepinir and
juthematics, will be taught at night by
,jot. Floyd, viho Is agisting Madamo
Wmmft'S OLD BALI ABLE OISTKtt DKPOT.
I ,Tbe undersigned would respectfully in
tm the citizens of Cairo that we are now
' teiving daily, and the only parties in
iro, direct f rom Baltimore t resb oysters by
" m ma and from tbe auantitv we ire re-
urfwlnor ml wHinc dailv w e are enabled to
ysW them for ten and twenty cent per can
(Malt.. . -.1.... i... t- ;
irfcre ""V oucr iiuusd iu niu v.ij.
'fiboice Standard, full cans, 40 cent;
kolce Select, full cans, 60 cent. For sale
i-.U Wlntflr'a fropm. on Eiehth
Wat,' and at the Hotel Pe Winter.
n vi&rtle can alway rtlv upon gutting them.
'HOItt , U. Vr INTKB VU.
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( 53 Fob Rsirr--Furnihed room, with or
abiSiihot board. Second door wot of Wash-
'52ton on Seventh street.
JLK- Mrs.B. E. Aldkh
ilt of 1
Ribs. Back Bones, Etc
In quantities to supply tho whole city
and country aru now for sale at the packing
house of Uinkle, Moore & Hiuklo, on Com
mercial avenue low figures; also tine and
fresh rendered lard, salt meats, etc., at
lowest market pneo.
Mrs. S, Williamson Ims just received a
large stock ol Dres Trimminea, Girds,
Cords and Tassles. Fancy Cloak Trimmings,
I'asameiitri, and also a largo stock of
Sutins and Velvet for drcs trimming. Her
large variety of fine millinery is offered at
greatly reduced rates, as she is determined
to close out this part of her stock before
Christmas. Her Christmas good will be
open and on exhibition by the first of Vxt
A special meeting of the Hibernian Fire
Company will be held on Thursday evening,
November 18th. Business of importance
will come before the meeting and a full at
tendance is desired.
By order of president.
For Brnt -House of six rooms for rent,
situated at the corner of Twentieth and
Walnut Ptreeta. Enquire of
K. H. Cunningham
nouse and lot on Cross street, near the
High school. House is t wo story.lias 6 rooms
and hall und is in good condition Uesire
able neighborhood. Price $750.
M. J. Howlkv, Real Estate Agenf.
' Five lot on on Levee street, above Heed's
foundry. Will be sold cheap. Title per
fect. M. J. HowLur, Heal Estate Agent.
Sure cure for rheumatism, ueuralgia, dys
pepsia and all derangement of the system.
Until rooms, 128 Commercial avenue, over
Tatar's jewelry store. Terms: Single baths,
tl.00; six baths, $5 00. Try them.
W. II. Mahkan,
AT A ORKAT SACRIFICE.
On account of sickness of myself and in
my family, I am compelled to ciX)8B mt
HfWiNKas, and therefore will sell my entire
stork of fink milmnkky oooDS at a great
sacrifice, commencing to-day.
I hiive the tlnest ami largest as well as
the best 8KI.KCTK0 STOCK of goods in the
city and all must bu hold. -
Mra. C. McLane.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice tu then eolnmns, ten eota pr Has,
Melt iusvrUoa. Markftri
R:ad notice of Messrs. Ilmklc, Moore
& Hiokle this morning.
Hon. D. T. Linegsr is absent from the
city gone to Metropolis.
For Sale, phaeton and set of harness;
Apply at the Bulletin Office.
In this issue will be found the council
proceedings of the meeting held night be
--Mr. Mike O'Donnel, who has been
more or less under the weather for several
days, is again O. K.
Several of our citizen yesterday
braved the cold weather and attended the
sale of town lots at Wickliff.
"Between tho acts" cigarettes, whole
alo and retail, at F. Koismeyer's.
The walls of the old ice houss, lately
purchased by Fisher & Lansden, still stand.
It is, however, minus the roof.
The Women's Cnristian Temperance
Union holds its regular weekly meeting in
tbe Reform hall this afternoon.
Mr. Robert Hmkle is now a member
of the firm of Hinkle, Moore & Hinkle and
handles tho pen for the firm.
Dr. Jocelyn was made happy yester
day by the appearance of a new twelve and
half pound girl baby in his tamily .
"Between tho acta" cigarettes, whole-
sale and retail, at F. Korsmeyer'a.
People have gotten into the habit of
piling their wood upon the street in tront
of their residences, which ia a violation of
The insane asylum at St. Peter, Minn..
was complete destroyed by fire on the even
ing of the 15th inst. Nearly two hundred
persons perished in the ruin.
The nibernians hold a special meeting
for the transaction of impsrtant business to
night. Members of the company are re
quested to bear this fact in mind.
Mr. 8. Williamson has an immense
stock of fine goods and, being anxion that
everybody should know It, advertises in
Tuf. Bulletin, of course. Read her no
Mr. Richard Welsh ha the contract
for building a brick itory beneath the
railroad house, but is prevented from
shoving the work by the coldness of the
weather just cow.
The present cold weather has a ten
dency to keep tho criminal characters of
the city in their holes where, unseen by
the watchful eyes of the officers, they com
mlt their usual depredations.
The steamer Belle of Shreveport passed
this port for St. Louis night before last,
without landing. Rumor had it that her
crew intended to quit her here and in or
dor to prevent thishe did not land,
The audience whh list night awm
bled In tho Reform hall to hear the gospel
expounded by Rev. Koan, wa not very
large, but considering the disagreeable
weather, was larger than might have been
C hii. Joseph Alias James Duvii was
arrested yesterday and taken before Judge
Ol mated charged with disorderly conduct.
Being found guilty he wa given nino days
the callabooso upon a failure to pay the
usual fine in luch cases.
J. Burger ha received the very latest
ball and party slipper, velvet, embroidered
cloth, kid and satin slipper; also an cle
gantline of ruchlng and two, three, tour
and six-button kid glove-every pair
guaranteed. Call and see them.
Mr. Frank Reisser, son of our fellow
citizen, Mr. V. Reisser, who will be lemem
bered by a large circle of acquaintances in
this city, is now engaged in a prospcrju
mercantile business in Hot Springs, and has
lately taken unto himself a wife. May be
Those persons whose scrip was not al
lowed at the last regular meeting of the
city council, may now call at the city
clerk's office, and while obtaining their
scrip, bask in the smile of our genial clerk
Foley. All the bills against the city have
now been allowed
Mr. Chns. R. Stuart, the popular Eighth
street merchant, possesses courage as well
as enterprise, lor he braved the furious
torin of yesterday evening to go to Chi
i ago, where be will attend a series of auc
tion sales of staple and fancy dry good and
Christmas novelties. Look out for bargain
when he return
The auction sale of lots in the town of
WickliflV, Kentucky, took place there yes
terday. Bat few persons from hero attend
ed the sale. Had it taken place nearer to
this city quite a number of Cairoites would
have attended it, who believed that it would
take place at East Cairo and who did not
wish to make the trip to Wickliffe.
A dispatch to the Chicago Times from
Springfield nays that since the election,
Hon. John II. Oberly has been proffered
several very flattering inducements to en
ter the newspaper business in Quincy and
Peoria. At the former place it is proposed
to organize a stock company, provided Mr.
Oberly will put in his newspaper experience
and ability, which is universally recog
nized. The idiots and brutal abusers of Capt.
Eads are 8ti!l howling at his heels. His
genius, evidenced by tbe superb success ot
his jetties at th-; mouth of the Mississippi,
has made direct trade with - Europe, on a
scale commensurate with the wants ot the
great valley, possible. Yet these revilers of
a man whose work and not his "gab" has
made him justly famous, continue to black
guard and revile him as if he was not a
benefactor of his race.
This cold weather has interfered very
much with tho extensive building improve
ments that are in progress in different parts
of thecitv. It has, in fact, entirely stopped
all work, both outside and inside, and both
builders and laborers are wishing for a
more moderate temperature. But while it
injures uain this direction, it will if it con-
continues long enough, benefit us in an
other, for Cairo would then soon be at the I
head of navigation, and our wuart woul'l
again be crowded with steamboats and
other water crafts.
A letter to Mr. Speck, fiom his broth
er-in-law, states that bis sister, wliose
death we chronicled a khort time ago,
died in consequence of iojuiies received
through the explosion of a coal oil lamp.
While holding the lamp in her hand, the
flame cought the oil in some way and she
dropped it on the floor. It broke, scatter:
ing the burning oil iu all directions, and
setting her clothes ou fire, and all her
efforts to put it out were in vain. When
assistence arrived, and the flames were
Buiotherid, she had received the injuries
from which death ensued.
All the weather prophets uro unani
mous in predicting a winter of tremondous
severity. The professional prophet par
ticularly appear to ue mere confident thau
ever betore. Mr. Vendor, who, on tormer
occasions, has been remarably successful in
his predictions, foresees a teiriblo snow
storm to commence at 11 :S5 p. m. on tho
22nd of December, and to lust exactly
seventeen hours, seven minutes and forty
one seconds, during which time an average
depth of eleven and a halt leetof snow will
fall. It's snow matter, however.
The amendment adopted at the last
election provides that county judges, coun
ty clerks, sheriffs and treasurers, shall be
elected quadriennially, the next election
occurring in 1SSJ, und election held each
four year, thereafter; that iu 1884, circuit
clerk and coroners ulmtl be elected, aud
quadriennially thereafter. Treasurers and
sheriff are not then eligible tor two succes
sive terms, and the county clerk and treas
urer, whose terms expire next yeur, are
continued in office for two years to fill the
period to the next election.
We learu from our Kansas exchange
that principally through the efforts ot Col
Robt. A. Lowry, and a low other earnest
workers like him, the constitutional amend
ment prohibiting the manufacture and sale
of liquors in the state of Kansas has beeu
adopted by at least 20,000 majority. The
friend of temperance made special efforts
in favor of the amendment on election
day, that being the principal question iu
most localities. In all the cities, and
many (mull towns, the ladies eleetioneerel
for the cause of temperance, end bad
tempting lunches spread in the vicinity of
the polls, which voters partook of Ireely,
the only consideration being a promise to
vote for the amendment. The opponent
ot the measure nitule no effort to defeat it,
and will content themselves with devisiug
means to evade its operation aud surmount
it with such leglslativo enactment as will
render it of no effect. The amendment
will so into effect when the vote is canvass
ed and published by au'thority of the statu
board, and in tho opinion of many lawyers
this will abrogate all licenses heretofore
grafted by any municipal law. It also
virtually repeal the present liquor act of
the state relating to the grunting of licenses.
The other provisions of the net providing
penalities for sale without authority of law,
remain in full force nnd effect. It is not
known how the legislature elect stands on
the questions growing out of the amend
tnent, and a strong fight will be made by
the two facticns.
The next new stale will bo erected out
of the territory of Dakota. This territory
alroRilycoutains nearly 1.10,000 inhabitants,
which is more than the required ratio un
der the present apportionment of repre
sentation. A large and rapidly increasing
emigration is now being directed toward
Dakoto, while no less than five railroad
are extending their lines across it to tlw
Missouri river. With an urea of 200,000
square milef, tho territory is too large for a
single state, and it is suggested that a line
be drawn through it from east to west, thus
forming a state out of the southern half and
leaving the northern and lees populous halt
under territorial government.
Work ou the cotton press has stopped
in consequence of bad weather. One hun
dred and thirty-one thousand bricks have so
far been laid for the foundation of the ma
chinery alone, and it is not yet near finish
ed. Mr. Stout haa the contract lor the
brick work, aud he will resume ami push
hi work vigorously as soon as the weather
will permit. The object of the institution
is to transform the great, loosely packed,
unwieldy bales of cotton just as they come
from the plantatio-i, ami compress them
into about half their size, so that a
sufficient number of them can be put into a
car to make a car-load i. e. 20,000 pounds,
and thus save freight. Tho proprietors of
the press are a company, compos .xi of
Memphis citizens, which has a number of
similar industries in various cities of the
south. As an evidence that this enterprise
is not a vain one, we may say that the firm
hits already received orders to compress
fifty thousand bales ot cotton, and it pro
mises to be one id' tiie liveliest institutions
n the city.
The loud screaming of a woman caus
ed some excitement on Eighth street, be
tween the avenue, early yesterday morn
ing. I lie woman was colored and tho
cause of the yells was was a sound thrash-
ing that was being administered nnto her
by a colored man, named Thomas Clark-
sou. 1 lie cause ot me irouoie i urn ny a
follows: On day before yeslurday the
woman came to Tom's house und began a
terrible tirade against him, abusing him
shamefully, and resisting all efforts to quiet
ber or to make her leave the premises, until
she had exhausted the entire calendar of
profanity. A short time afterwards,
Thomas met her ou tho street, and re-
pro tched her for her conduct whereupon she
reopened her mud valves and concluded
by swearing out a warrant for bis arrest.
The trial came off, and Thomas
was fined five dollars and costs
for abusive language, and believing him- stink in the nostril of their decent neigh
self to be the victim ot malice and perjury, ! bor. Their yellow aud slate-colored eye
he sought satisfaction iu the manner afore
said, after which he went to the Eighth
street supreme court, stated the case, and
paid another fine of five and costs.
On a recent occasion one of our young
men who ha the habit of lisping, and who
finds it especially difficult to pronounce the
letter R, calleif at an up town drug store,
accompanied by a young ludy, and asked
for a half pound of mixed candy. As the
clerk was ataut to wait on him, a person
entered the store who desired a prescription
filled. The young man bade the clerk fill
the prescription adding, "I will wait on
myself," and proceeded to help himself to
two pack iges one of which he gave the
young lady, and the other ho retained,
leaving the money for tho same on the
counter when hu departed. Two days
afterwards, he comes bsck into the store
and demanded to know what kind of candy
was that begot, stying he had "wolled and
wolled uround all night." "Surely," said
the clerk, "there wa nothing in
the candy to cause you to roll. Your ill
ness mnst have been caused" 'by something
you had for supper that did not agree with
yon." "isow," sanl tne young man, "you
sou I waited on myself, and took two five
cent prize package and mixed it with the
other candy I took from tho case." "Prixu
paekagesT'said the clerk in astonishment,
"wc havo no packages of prize randy!"
"Ye you have, too," said the young man,
"what is that there? Cati't you see? You
are n nice clerk. You don't know, whst
you have in tho store I" 4 1 hope you don't
call this prize candy," said the c.leik, hand
ing one ot the package to the youug man,
who took it and read slowly: "Dr. John
Bull's worm candy. Dose ono to throe."
"II 1 ft e; hero I liavo taken a
whole box of madicinc at once. No won
der I wolled and wolled. That accounts
for it. When 1 met the young lady this
morning, before I had time to bow to her,
stty said, 'Look hero, Mr. - , I don't
want any more candy trom you,' and she
jumped into the house and slam, bang,
went the door. Well, I weckon, she
wolled too, for I know I devided fair
with her. Itcausedmoto dwink all the
pawlgoric and pepp'ment I could find in
i the bouse."
Already some speculatuiii is indulged
in by our wurd poi'uit iuns as to who will
be our next mayor, and as to who will be
elected to the c -mnr.il, ai.d who will occupy
the city clerk's and the city treasurer's
position after the ensuing election. The
day oi, w hich tlr.-su offices will again be
tilled by our people is yet distant and we
have not troubled ourselt about them. But
it is mt too early to mv, and it cannot
be too often said, that tli-y should be filled
by our very best citizens and tlmt our tax
paying uusine-u men siiouia arouse uiem-
selves from their Rip Yn Winkle sleep at
the proper time and not only vote Ult work
for the best men whoever t1 ey may be.
They have, iluring the pastyenrs, with too
urent a readiness, oiyrd the injunction of
that shining li'ht, Philip Sheridan, who
proclaimed to the world io hi musi
cal, vet commanding voice:
"Letthedanipoliticsaloiie!'' and have
thereby made room for designing
and corrupt men who, while they never eek
any of the above mentioned offices them
selves, make it their business to indure
citizens to vote giint the tast interest of
our little town. Pestilence aud death have
no termrfor thrfc men compared with the
oss of their influence and pap. They
know that their pnp wa procured thr ugh
taithl'u'. Jherance to each oilier' processes.
They know wlmt tin y re, what they have,
how they jjot it and intend to hold on to it.
Honor is nothing to them. Their paws
are on their bones, contentment is in their
belly and they would have the public be
lieve that the mean which brought about
all this blus are nothing letta than
sacramental. They mind not taat
bones look nasty and
follow the movements of respectable people
with sullen and auspicious glare, and they
are firmly resolved to enatch any hand that
reaches don to throw their beloved bone
away. What is to be doiflj to alleviate the
bad smell ol the bones? Tho most that ha
been done up to date in the way of amelior
ating the evil, has been to dance timidly
about them with, a lonu stick, under, the
pretense of accomplishing some reform
while they followed the uction of their
untagonist with their yellow eyes, mental
ly resolving to snatch a whole ham out ot
the citizens at ono bite if they dared to be
come too bold in their efforts in tho right
direction. This iFtlie dog's day. But wc
hope that they cannot always lift their
thick lips and glare with their bilious eyes
and thereby produce instantaneous collapse
in those who seek the public good, and we
believe that if our better class of people
would but interest themselves ia our elec
tions, these dogs would soon be compelled
to let go of their bones and would flow
peacefully into the aoap-kettlo where they
Rkmbmiucr that true happinesi istorever
lost when vour health is once broken down.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup prevents throat and
lung disease, and cures colds and cough.
It costs only 25 cents a bottle.
Caktbii'h Little Liver Pills never fail to
cure sick headache, often the very .first
dose. This is what is said by all who try
Womkn that havo been pronounced in
ruruhle by tho tast physician iu the coun
try, have been completely cured of female
weakness by tho use of Lydia E, Piokhain's
Vegetable Compound, Send to Mrs. Lydia
1". Piukham, 2!).'l Western avenue, Lynn,
Mass., for pamphlets.
J. F. Newcomkm, of Toledo, Ohio, Bays:
I have been greatly benefitted by wearfng
an Excelsior Kidney Pad. and would rec
ommend all persons troubled with weak
kidneys to try it. See adv.
I have suffered from a kidney difficulty
for tho past ten yeais. nccom-panicd with
nervous spasms. Physician gave mn but
temporary relief, hut arter usintr Hire! nncl
one half iHittle of Warner' Safo Kidney
und Liver Cure, my nervous iip-win were
i-ntirely relieved. 'My ago ia 77 year. I
reeoinmi'iid this irreat remedy to all suf
fering from nervous trouble.
Easton, Pa. Mas. Mabt Bebsi.
CITY OF CAIRO
Superior Makes and Styles
-A N U-
LOWEST POSSIBLE PKICES
Tho Ito.ss Clothing House.
61 Ohio Levee, : : Cairo, III
JIST WHAT EVKRV BODY WANTS I
HKKE IT IB AT LAST! I
MAGNIFICIENT EXCURSION II
Nsw Orleans and to Tex a Via New
On December 2d, 1880, at 8 o'clock a.
m , Col. U. 8. Oi:iins,the old exeursionist,
will start trm Cairo, Illinois, with another
one of hismacniflcient special trains, first
c!hi9 in every ret-pect, inc oding palace
sleepers ami refreshment coach, and rua
through to New Orleans, 7er the Chicago
St. Louis and New Orleans railroad, mak
ini cle connection at New Orleans with
the Star and Crescent Line railroad, for
H'tisfon and Sn Antonio, Texas.
Fare for 'he round trip to New Orleans and
return from Cairo, fix ,10.
T Houston and return from Cairo,
To San Antono and return from Cairo,
Ticket will be fin sale at all stations on
the ChiraL'o, St. Louis and New Orleans
rmlroMd. between Cairo am) McComb City.
Tirkets go! going only W special train.
Good returning on all regular trains, opto
and including December 17th, 1880.
Spr-c'ml arrmsrement at reduced rate
hive been made with the hotels and thea
tres. fr the benefit of the excursionists.
Th attention of the ladies is specially
invited to tin charming trip to the Sunny
8otitli. nnd the pay city of New Orleans.
For further information, addres,
E. A. Collins, U. L. Collins,
Oen'l Correspondent, Gen'l Manaper,
Milan, Tent. Milan, Tenn
WANTKD Ctrl li rout. wtiOi. tid IroB, tad
to Mlt with trnertl faoaMwirk. Uoo
tnn f ffldrnt pivdoD. Apply in Mr. Dr.
Mren. toraor Kuiitscatb sUtct nd Wpblirtoi
WANT ED-A white clfl do Reeeral bote
work Apnlr at ! WliUroo cur. bo
I ten KlghWulh nd Nlaeltemli rtrrctn.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
ICE BY TOE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
Ilr virtus of an exec utloa Isintd ant or the
cl'tVt olflre ofthn circuit tuart of Alfionrlrr
cnuuty, ndi-tt(tof IlUnots. and to rat directed,
whf reb 1 tun command' d to mM the araonnt of
certaia 'Ju luinant rocenlly obuln' d Knlnot Jim
O. nankin. In hvnr or the Ptinthweit.'rn la
ursncn rompsuv. for use of J.ihn q. lUrmon.
lecalv r, ont of tre IsmU, tiMimieii'. goods nd
chsttli-n ori'- rs'rt J im O. Kinkln, I nv lovlcd
ou thH flhiwind crlherl prop rt. to-will Low
nirntiern twiintv-ll ti) twr Ilnij (tWI, twenty
Mi'VHn 'tf)tirt ncniy eltfht (), n lio MlrlK
Awcrht'ciii's ni'-dtUfliiii f hlork nnmnrred
fiiir M, In Ilia th'ril mlditlnn t'i ih Mtv ot Cairo,
lllliniM T hero Fore, HCcnrilln to Mid commend.
I r-htl' rKio lor sale at publl't auction, nil the
rlifht. thin and Internet of Ihe hne nnn'd Jam
O. Ia"kin la '"t 'he "reive described properly,
al llo'rl Tk. a m .on T tireitav tnevtn day of Do
eombei, ISO, at 'he wotrly door of tbe court
home la Cir I'llnole. . . '
Dated at Cairo, tiling!, thi Kith day nf Nnvm-
bjr.tm John hoikikk.
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