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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1880.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
: grntBKD at thr post oiticb is Cairo, il-
'Bert UN0I8, AS BKCOKP-CUBH MATTKK.
-ii7PAPKK OF CITY AND COUNTY.
! TABEtt BRO'S Manufacturing Jewolirs,
To. 128 Commercial ave., Cairo, III.
LOCAL WEATHER RKPUUT.
Cairo. III.. Not. 18, 1880
Nine. Bar. Ther. Hum. Wind, Vel Weather.
'n tr Maximum Temperature, sb: uiDimum
; Itivar, 14 feet i incbci,
Kill. 8 Incbea.
W. 11. KAY.
Serst't Signal Coroa. V. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS'.
3 . Notice in thlDColotuu, five milt pr line, eich
," . . ..
y-tr;' h&kc a Aoie or u
jv f The best assorted stock of Cooking and
fixating Stoves, Tinware, ITarlware, Itol-
-ati'tf ware, fjiiltery, etc., etc., can ue nmna
f "A. Hallev s, 110 Coiuinercim avenue.
1 V C-4
The "Champion Monitor" is the best
'ifook store in the market for either wood or
coal. Can be had only at A. Halley's, 113
jf jommercial avenue.
J: , Christmas I'reseuta.
.. 7 Those wishing to make an acceptable
Present for Christmas would do well to:
rive in their orders as soou as possible so
ts all can be accom mouated.
(1 Forty Westminster base-burners in
'g-m the city and all give perfect satisfaction.
-(Joldonlyby A. Halley, 113 Commorrial
I For the finest roasts, the jucicst steaks,
' ' jthe tenderest chops, the most delicious
a Outlets, the best sausages, you must go to
it Fred Jtoeluer s sample room on ftigutn
rgj'itreet,where the very cream of the market is
Hlways to oe tounu.
Oveh 1550,000 Howe scales sold. Bor
1 0, Jen, Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis, Mo.
I New Billiard Saloou.
l Mr. Joseph Steagala has taken poaxession
jjiifthe building formerly occupied by Mr.
,' tkDan'l Hartman, on the corner of Sixth
su' itrect and Commercial avenue, and has
r-'totablished therein a billiard saloon and
tat-rcstaurant. He has repaired the building
Hj internally, making changes iu the arrango
tj Wnt to accommodate his views and furn
'hod it with every comfort that could be
U(N wished for in a first-class establishment.
te has spaired no pains to make his place
j, j,kwie ot the must attractive resorts in the city,
, ,jknd invites all to come and see him.
Fresh Mobile oysters will bo kept in
Wrallc through the season, constantly in
.,!. tack, and our numerous customers will be
tepplied in quantities to suit, by the doien,
aiQiysters in cans, best quality and all grades
el it close figures. Send your orders to the
at'yster and Fish Depot, Ohio lovoe, corner
xfitghth street. RobbutHewbtt, Agent.
'm M'me Floyd has removed to Walnut
iWet between Twelfth and Thirteenth
Weets. Pupils received in the day-school
Ltt instruction given in special studies. Such
I oeraona aiare emnloved dunnir thedav and
fesire lessons in Latin, Book-keeping and
JaMathematics, will be taught at night by
.Prof. Floyd, who is asimtinrr Madame
j Frost Oysters.
i WtRTElt's OLD RHXIABLK OYSTRtt Dl"OT.
v The undersigned would rcnpectfully in
Vbrm the citizens of Cairo that wc are now
LeceiviHg daily, and the only parties iu
t'airo, direct from Baltimore tresh oysters by
f'be can and from the quantity we are re
.afceiving and gelling daily we are enabled to
''l lell them for ten and twenty cents per can
lest than any other house in the city.
? Choice Standard, full cans, 40 cents;
jchoice Selects, full cans, 50 cents. For sale
.it Winter's grocery, on Eighth
Htreot, and at the Hotel De Winter,
parties can always rtlv upon getting them,
i n. Winter, & Co.
I Too IUliT Furnishod room, with or
withoutboard. Second door west of Wash
Angtou, on Seventh street.
? . Mka. B. E. Aldhx
'i Bucklen'H Aruic Salve.
! ThelMstulve in the world for cuts,
, bruutea, tores, ulaera, salt rheum, lever sores,
tettef. chapped hands, ehilhlaina, corns, and
aUkinda of skin eruptions. This salve is
uarntei to give perfect satisfaction in
verycaaeor money refunded. Price, 25
'nta per box. For talc by Oko. E. O'Uaiu
' " ' "
;. A. ii I
Ribs, Back Bonos, Etc.
Ia quantities to Biipply the wliolo city
and country aro now for sale at the packing
house of Hinkle, Moore & Hinkle, on Com
mercial avenue low figures; also leaf and
frwh rendered lard, salt meats, etc., at
lowest market price.
If, a. Williamson has just received
lariT stock ot Dress Trimmings, Cords,
Cnrdu and Tables. Fancv Cloak Trimmings,
Paaanicntrie. and also a largo Btock of
Manna ana veiveu lur iiiuhk uiiuuiiuk.
lurffo variotv of fine millinery ia ottered at
rrreatlv reduced rates, as alio is determined
tn p nan nntt us nart oi uer siock ueiorn
. . . ... a i- i. r
Christmas. Her Christmas goods will bo
open and on exhibition by the first of next
Fob Rent House of six rooms for rent
Bituatd at the- corner of Twentieth ami
Walnut streots. Enquire of
R. H. Cunningham
House and lot on Cross street, near the
High school. House is two-story.hos C rooms
una Hall ana is in goon condition jjum
able neighborhood. Price $750.
M. J. Howlkv, Real Estate Agent
Five lots on on Levee street, above Reed's
foundry. Will be sold cheap, Title per
feet. M. J. Howley, Real Estate Agent.
Sure cure for rheumatism, neuralgia, dys
pensit and all derangements of the system
Roth rooms, 128 Commercial avenue, over
Taber's jewelry store. Terms: Single baths,
$1.00; six baths, $5.00. Try them.
W. 11. Makean,
AT A ORKAT BACHIKICK.
On account of sickness of myself and in
mr family. I am compelled to axwii my
business, and therefore will sell my entire
stock of finbmillinekt cocas at a great
sacrifice, commencing to-day.
I have the finest and largest as well as
the BEST selected stock of goods in the
city and all must bb sou;.
illW. t. MCUAKK.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice ia theee column)
ten Ctonu per line,
each inevrtion. Marktwl
-Yesterday the Argus entered upon its
Foii Sale, phaeton and set of harness;
Apply at the Bulletin Office.
Read notices in wanted column of
rooms to reat; also room wanted by a single
"Botween the acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and rotail, at F. Koismeyer's.
This is the kind of weather in which
men meot and lie to each other about the
cold winters they saw when they were
The pay-cars of the Illinois Central
and Cairo and Vincennes railroads were
here yesterday, and left iu this city the
usual amount of lucre.
The hose shipped by the Cleveland
rubber company for our fire companies
should have arrived here a day or two ago,
and is now daily expected.
"Between the acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and rotail, at F. Korsmeyer's.
The poles for the telephone have been
uuloaded on the levee, below the stone
depot. A number ot men were at work on
them yesterday, dressing them
Mr. John Henderson will this year be
found behind the counter at the pork pack
ing establishment, ne is as apt at dis
pensing spare ribs a he is at measuring
Mr. A. W. Pyatt, who left this city
several months ago for Kansas City, Mo.,
has formed a partnership with one Mr.
Enright, of that city, and is now engaged
in the wood and coal busiuess.
A new Christian church has been built
in Uio city oi uasiimauniapirrajiiuam.
India. This fact would have been an
nounced earlier had it not been for the name
of the city which had to he cabled over in
-Telegraphic communication between
icrc and St. Louis, was temporarily inter
rupted yesterday. The cause was the
breaking down of the wires by trees which
were blown down during a heavy storm.
Mo other damage was done that wo could
Tho next Illinois legislature, which
will be known as the Thirty-aecond gcu
eral assembly, will convene at Springtield
at noon, on January S, 1891. Politically,
the legislature will stand: Senate Re-
publicaa majority, 13. House--Hepub-lican
majority, 18. Ttepublicaa majority in
joint ballot, 20.
The California Comedy company closed
their engagement it I'aducah Tuesday
night and then left for Ilopkiusville.
From the Paducah papers we learn that
the C" didn't profit much by their visit to
that place, but paid a' I their bills. The
people there were no b itter ploawd with
the company than were Cairo people.
-Messrs. L. P. Parker 1 Co., a.e the
lessees of the Ualliday house, and being
uiea of fine business qualifications and
much experience in tho hotel line will, of
course, bu succewful in conducting tho
same. Cairo's great need U a flrst-claw
hotel, and wo predict that, since Mtwn
Parker A Co. are first cla managers, they
will mtkiia dnt-clssa fortann out of it.
Wo have received a communication
front Sandusky, to which the writer algni
but proper name, which dotb rs'e unfok
that U aothios; but oreditabl to a oerUla
gentleman who sought to sorvo the peoplo
by riding into oflke on tho republican
county ticket. 'The election being paBscd
tho letter will uot meet the public gaze. Wo
sav this for the benefit of the writer
"Misery loves company." It is with
pleasuro we announce that Mayor Harrison
has sued the Chicago Tribune for $50,000
lor lilel, and John V. Farwell, the great
dry goods man, has , commenced action
against the Chicago Daily News, laying his
damages atthe tame figure, $50,000. Our's
is only $5,000, and hence we don't com
plain. The pork packing house of Messrs
Hinkle, Moore & Hinkle is now in - full
operation and will, during the present win
ter, again lurnisu employment to from
twenty-five to fifty men. Besides confer
ring this blessing on the community, the
firm will again offer spare ribs for sale at
the old stand at prices which will put them
within the reach of the most poverty-
A larce number of sleighs were called
out by the beautiful snow yesterday, from
mom till late at night, and the occupants
appeared to be delighted, and enjoying the
rather sharp air which prevailed all day.
It is a matter of wonder, even among our
oldest citizens, that wc should have snow
enough for sleigh riding, and that it should
be as cold as it has brcn, at this time of
-A bolt of flannel was yesterday fore
noon stolen from the dry goods house of
Mr. Chas. Stuart. Oflicer Lallue bein:
notified of the thett, soon discovered that a
colored man, named Bill Wilson, was the
thief and arrested hiin recovering the
goods at the same time. Wilson had a pre-
iminary examination before Judge Olm
sted in the afternoon and was held iu bond
of two hundred dollars to await hi trial at
the next session of the circuit court)-s.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Unions of the seventeenth congressional
district, will meet in convention at Ed
wardsville, November 16th, 17th and 18th.
All temperance women are invited. Ldie9
xpecting to attend will please send their
names at once to Mrs. J. G. Irwin, of EJ-
wardsville. An interesting programme has
been arranged. On Thursday the question
'How far are physicians responsible for
the prevalence of intemperencei" will be
opened by Mrs. D. R. Sparks, of Alton.
The work of erecting the telephone
wire has begun and will be pushed as
igorously as possible until the system is in
full operation. About seventy-five or a
hundred wires will be stretched in different
directions all over the city. A trunk line
of forty wires will be run up Commercial
avenue to Twentieth street, from whence
they will scatter in different directions.
Sixty instruments have been subscribed for,
which have already been ordered and the
prospects are that before the wires are p
the number will swell to one hundred.
A state's wairant has been sworn out
against Thos. Clarkson, the negro who, on
the forenoon of day before yesterday as
saulted a negro woman on Eighth street,
between the avenueu, as wc stated in yes
terday's issue. He has already been fined for
this offense, but the offended parties believ
ing that the Eighth street supreme court
did not mete out to him a sufficient amount
of justice, propose to give him a larger
slice of that article if possible. The mat
ter will come up in Judge Olmsted's court
to day, and will be heard by a jury ot six
Chicago now manages her police by an
entirely new plan, which, though severely
objected to at first, has proven after a fair
trial to be eminently successful. The city
has a system of telephones in one of the
police districts, which conuetts with the
district station, and policemen are kept
ready at all hours with wagons and horses
to respond at a moment's warning to rail
sent from any of the telephone boxes in
the district. This they can do with the
same promptness displayed by the salvage
corps on occasions of tire alarms. The
system has worked so well in one district,
that it is soon to be extended over the
A dispatch from Charleston, Mo., to
the St. Louis Republican says: "John
Phillips, a farmer who lives near this place,
at about 8 o'clock this morning, shot and
almost instantly killed John Smith, a son
of a widowed lady of this place. The facts
in brief seem to be about as follows:
Smith and Phillips had a difficulty in
which some words and blows
were pacd. They weru separated when
Phillips) went and bought a pistol and re
turned to the place of tho first difficulty.
Smith, who had in the meantime gone out,
came in and struck Phillips with his list.
They again operated, Smith was led away,
and when he had gone about twelve fet
Phillip flred, indicting the mortal wound,
lie fired again, but without effect. The ex
amination will be held to-morrow."
)f order of tho mayor, a meeting of
the tire department will be held in the coun
cil chamber to-night the object being
to roorganito the department, to m to con
form with the amendment to section ten,
chapter tlx of the revised ordinances, re
cently adopted by the council, which reads
m follows: "The fire department of tho
city thall consist of the mayor, committee
on Are department, city marshal, wsiatant
chief of Aro department and tho
captains of each organ!! fire company. "
Aji formerly organised over member ot lbs
council wu lacludoi ia tfeofapArtnurat
and it was on that account a very unwieldy
body that seldom had a chorum present at
their meetings. It is to be hoped that a
sufficient number of the members will be
present to-night to effect the reorganization,
since important business w ill shortly come
before the department which needs their
The meeting of the Woman's Christian
Temperance Union was quite largely at
tended yesterday afternoon, and proved of
interest to all who were present. The fol
lowing officers were elected to serve dur
ing the ensuing year : Mrs. W. P. Barclay,
president; Mrs.Al.Sloo, first vice president;
Mrs. Q. M. Alden, second vice president;
Mrs. Frank Cherry, third vice president;
Mrs. E. C. Ford, secretary; Mrs. Wood Rit-
tenhouse, corresponding secretary, and Mrs.
C. Henderson, treasurer.
The successful candidates on the in
dependent ticket will, in a few days, shoul
der their guns and make a trip out in the
country, with the expectation of returning
loaded down with game of all sorts. They
arc only now w aiting for the return of Mr.
Pat Fitzgerald, who, it is believed, has
been lost iu the woods of Kentucky, and
alter whom a courier has been dispatched.
As soon as be is found the party will start
accompanied by the defeated candidates,
whose duty it will be to pitch the tents,
kindle the fires, handle the pots and kettles,
carry water and make themselves other
Rev. Kone had another most interest'
ing meeting at Reform hall last night
The audience was large and earnest, anil
his woids were duly appreciated. He
seems to be warming up to his work and
arousing some of our good people from
their long slumbers. The meeting last
night was, perhaps, the most interesting
one he has held iu this city since his first
appearance, and he has reason to congrat
ulate himself upon his success. Eight
young ladies, three ladies, an two gentle
men, embraced the faith and were received
into his fold with appropriate ceremonies
j ne meetings grow more cntertaininL' as
thev continue, and our people would do
well to crowd the hall every evening.
Last night was made memorable to
many of our young people by the Cooking
Club's ball that was given at Hartman's
As it was expected, the attendance
was large, composed chiefly ot our best
young people. The preparations for the
occasiou were complete. The grand
room was brilliantly lighted and van-
ously decorated. Every convenience that a
select crowd of pleasure seekers could de-
sire, was provided. Music was furnished
by Mr. Boicourt and his band, to which in-
numerable pretty feet kept time until very
late in the night. That all were entirely
satisfied with their night s fun cannot be
doubted, and the club deserves all the
praise it will receive for this, its first effort,
to furnish innocent and healthy amusement
for our young folks. At the present writ
ing we are unable to give the full particu-
lars which will, however, appeor to mor- bg self evident, why not move in the mat
row terf At present but few of those who are
The cities below Cairo are greatly found guilty of a violation of a city ordi
elated over the effect that Eads' jetties nance pay their fine and a fear that they
have had on the commerce of the Missis- would have to work it oat, would soon have
sippi Valley and the cities north of bs, too, j the effect of filling our treasury with money;
are pleas.'d with the result. Since January ; ,ve us KCOu gtreots and lessen the number
1st St. Louis has shipped to Europe twice
as much grain by the way of New Orleans,
as passed out of the country by that route
in the corresponding period of last year
At present the shipments are limited by a
want of barges with which to move the
grain, and a fleet of them are being built
to supply this want. The crop to be moved
ia so great this year that in
spite of the increase in shipments by water
from St. Louis, the railroads eastward have
been doing an immense business at paying
rates. Oor western congressmen, our
member Mr. Thomas included, will do
well to give this subject thorough investi
gation in order that they may fully and
forcibly present to Ae national legislature
the great claims of tie west for appropria
tions, which are to lower the rates of carry
ing our vast and increasing products to tho
markets of the world. This ricU valley
will in time be the great agricultural em
pire of the civilized world, and it is high
time our people were receiving a proper
recognition of their importance at the
hands of the national congress.
Blanche Mitchell, the young woman
who for several weeks appeared on the
atage at the Theatre Comiquu in this city,
and to whom we had occasion to refer sev
eral weeks ago, is again causing her mother
troubles will be seen from the following
which we clip from the Padurah News:
"Mrs. Mullius, of Portsmouth, O., the
mother of the young woman who has twice
sojourned in the city and worked as wine
room girl at the Rroadway opera house un
der the assumed name of "Blanche
Mitchell," is again in the city in search
of her truant daughter. The young wo
man has been iu the city for some time un
til .within the last day or two, bat her
whereabouts cannot now be found by the
mother, who suspects that she ia hid away
somewhere in the city, but we have it from
an rye witness that the was at hit boardiag
house on Market street at dinner time to
day. Tho young lady's last vitit here wu
a "slip-off," as was the first, and tho mother
is very much distressed that she persist io
doing so. Tho young lady U said to be
long to the better class of society, and a
member of a chtrch and choir at home,
but It teams that aha has trrown tired of
I suoli Uauio comfort as sho wm svepjuod!
Sr.:::!? 4 ''''i
by, and is desperately bent on having a
more lively time than dull Portsmouth can
afford. .She has, we understand, been
quite a belle among the variety queens
whilst in this city."
It is strange, indued, that oar city
fathers, iu their wisdom, have seen fit to
ignore the tact that our criminal characters
might be profitably employed on a rock
pile in the jail yard. They admit that a
pile of rock can be brought here and a shed
erected over it, at a stn ill cost and that it
would prove a blessing to our city in var
ious ways, but not one of them has yet
evinced a disposition to move in the matter.
It no one else will take the initatory stop
let Alderman Itlnke come to the front with a
motion, resolution, petition or whattverclsc
may be necessary to bring the matter be-
fore the council. Since the cold weather is
here, Cairo will soon again be at the head
0f navigation, and then the rousters from
the various steamboats that will lay up
here will commit their usual depredations,
be arrested, lined and sent to jail by the
dozen to eat the bread of the city while
they lazily lounge aboi't in the jail and
8peDd their time doing nothing. If these
meD knew that they were compelled to
break, rock in the iail vard during their
teim of imprisonment, they would be
more careful not to violate the eity ordi
nances or, having violated them, would in
many instances, pav their fine in preference
to working it out on a rock pile. This be-
of breaches of the ordinances.
THE NEW YEAR'S.
The c.nstom among ladies to keep open
house, and of gentlemen to devote one day
of the year, New Year's, to making calls
upon their lady acquaintances and friends,
is growing in favor each year, not only in
Cairo, but in the cities and villages all over
the country. It is a beautiful custom, and
one that should be honored in spirit and
letter. New Year's ia the only day in which
business men feel at liberty to forget tho
cares and perplexities of every day life,
and by hand shakings aud good
wishes renew old friendships, culti
vate new ones, and commence the
year at peace with all womankind.
The skill of the designer and engraver is
also brought into requisition to increase
the attractions of that day. Th New
Year's cftrds for this year are the neatest
that have yet been brought out. Tho
"loud"' styles ami gorgeous colors have
been replaced by small, neat cards, rich
only in gilded workmanship where illumi
nated, and in beauty of design incases of
plain steel engravings. Prices, too, are
reasonable, ranging from $1.00 per hun
dred for a plain engraved cards to $5.00
per hundred for gilt, beveled edge, illu
minated and ribboned. These prices in
clude printing. Specimens of theso unique
and beautiful cards may be seen at Tna
Ik'LLKTLX office, and person who desire to
provide themselves with them should leave
their orders without delay, as wc know
from experience that it is almost impossible
to obtain what you want after the first
week of December.
For the convenience of the gentlemen, it
lias become the custom for ladies .who de
sire to see their friends, to send notico to
that effect, to the newspapers, that the
fact may !e mado known. The newspapers
of large cities, on the last day of Decem
ber, usually contain column after oolomn
of that character, and we hopo to have the
pleasure, for it will be a pleasure to ua, of
publishing in Tin Bollmtis, the name
and residence of every lady, in Cairo, who
will be "at home'' nest Now Year's, and wo
respectfully urge that names b sent to u,
t Wt a woek bui'wi tho tia of publics-Uou.
CITY OF CAIBO
Superior Jfakes and Styled
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
-IS AT -
A. MAR X,
The Boss Clothing House."
01 Ohio levee, : : Cairo, III.
"We may possibly be a little early in thin
"New Year's call," but it is because we aro
anxious that names should not be sent
in dunn.'f the first week of January, and
we also waut to give the ladies plenty of
time to "pair off," and settle the prelimi
naries. WoMitxthat have been pronounced in
curable by the best physicians in the coun
try, have been compU-tely cured of female
weakness by the use of Lydia E. Pink ham 'a
Vegetable Compound. Send to Mrs. Lydia
E. Pinkham, S.13 Western avenue. Lynn,
Mass.. for pamphlets.
J. F. Nswcoheu, of Toledo, Ohio, says:
I have !eeu greatly benefitted by wearing
an Excelsior Kidney Pad. and would rec
ommend all persons troubled with wak
kidneys to try it. See adv.
Jcst heard from Tom Harris of Virginia
City, Nevada, he writes, that the doctors
had given up all hopes of taviving him,
he had Albumenariain the worst form,
was induced to try Spring Blossom bo u
now bossing his stamping mill as usual.
Prices: 50c, trial bottle lOcts.
I stronolt recommend the use of Fel
low's Compound Syrup ofllypophosphites
to nil who suffer in any way from disease or
weakness of the Lungs, Bronchial Tabes, or
TITANTED -Comfuftblt foroUhed room.wlli or
I V wit lion I botrd, fur uniclw mu. Addre... ctf -log
location tod term, (J. W. W., Hulloun cOca.
T7OR RENT.-PurnlPhd ro
I lar inquire northt-Mt corner Tenia
WASTED-A dirt to cook. wub. ind Iroa. ud
to nmt with 2nrl houMwork Uood
wagci loan omnrnl xron Apply to
Krn. corner Kuurtaoath ret tad Wi
bitecirl'o do eriaral hane
work. Abulr at :Wi Waablretoa awnae. ha
twisco KlKieatJi.atid Nlonloenth aireoU.
FOR NEW ORLEANS
The Aucbor Line SU-amsr
;sa. JAMES HOWARD
Will leave lli Cairo wbrf for Nuw Orloaoa
Tuesday, Eve'ug November 2:$
for Credit or pannage apply to
THOMAS W, SHIELDS, Un'l Aj-nt
PROPRIETOR OF 8PROATS PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED ' FOR SHIPPINQ.
Oar IiOada a Special tv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leree,
II SHIFT'S 8 ALB.
n? virtus of an eiocntloa ImuM out of Us
elerVa offlcs of the circuit court of Ataiaaitor
eountr, and atata of ItlinoU, and to m directed,
whorvbr I am eommaaded U make the amount w
eertaia Judgment recently obtained against Jtoea
C. Kaukia, la favor of Uio HoutawetUtrn la
nrance Oompauv, for e of John . Harmou.
receiTor.ont of tiie land, tenemonu, goods and
ohatUi'K of the aald Jame O. Raaklu, I have leried
on the following described proportjr, to-wit: LoU
nomborol tweoty flv(. twenty-iu (SO), twenty
even (n and twenty eight (), la Cairo Ridge
Aaaerlatloa'f mli-flivmuin of block nimbero
four i4) in the third addition to the city ot Caue,
HUnol. Therefore, according to said eomaaand.
I thall etpoee for aale at public actios, all tho
right, title and Inlereat of the above named Jeaea
C . itankln ia and to the above described property,
at is o eioca , a. m . , on l nnrmiay ue su oar oc ue
waiter, unu, in weeieri soot or ino
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neeee in VHiru, tiiinwii. ,
Dated at Cairo. IUIaoU. mis 14th Oar
Merit 4Nas4r Csssrtr ,