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frE DAILY BULLETIN
.,. o vmT OFFICII IN CA.IHO, IL-
UM0I8, AS SECOND-CLASS MATlBBi
icuTpTpkr ok city and county,
kuEU BRO'S Manufacturing Jewelers,
128 Commercial avc, Cuiro, 111.
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
Caibo, III.. Not. i!4, tH. f
Bar. Tuor. Uam. Wind. Vel Weather.
lliuuiu p.. ..... .... - i --
ow 2';r Rainfall r-0? Inches (melted enow).
.i (rum..atnru Minimum Tom-
r, (eel 1U iuciiub. ran, y 1Ay
Serg't Slirnal Corns, U. 8. A.
PECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
r.iw In thl column, (lvo cents per lino, each
Hake a Note of it
Le best assorted stock of Conking and
J. m' IT I IT.. I
mg Moves, linwure, ii.iriwnj, jiui-
ware, Cultery, etc., etc., can be found
Uallcy 8, 115 Commercial avenue.
e "Champion Monitor" is the best
store in the market for either wood or
Can bo had ouly at A. Uallcy 's, 115
ose wishing to make an acceptable
nt fnr nhriHtmAH Would do Well tO
Kn their orders as soon as possible so
ri A.n tin a..nmmnrliltlr1.
VM. i INTER.
,rtw Wodtminnfer base-burners in use
e city and all give perfect satisfaction,
onlv bv A. llallev. 115 Commercial
jr the finest roasts, the jucieet steaks,
tendcrest chops, tlie most ueucious
hts, the best sausages, you must go to
i KnfihlHr'a aainnlo room on Eiahth
:t,whero the very cream of the market is
.ys to be found.
-rBUFKCT Smoke Burner for steam boil-
i Borden, Bellock & Co., St. Louis,
New Billiard Saloon.
t. .Tnannh Stcacala has taken nosscssion
1 building formerly occupied by Mr.
11 llartman, on the corner of Sixth
it and Commercial avenue, and iiuh
jllshed therein a billiard saloon and
kurant. Ho has repaired the building
jenally, making changes in the arrange
j t to accommodate his views and furn
I i it with every comfort that could bo
Voil far in a first-class establishment.
as spaired no pains to make his place
'lot the most attractive resorts in the city,
invites all to come and see him.
Oysters l Oysters!
?esta Mobile oysters will bo kept in
; through the season, constantly in
t, and our numerous customers will be
l-lin.l in niijinritipa tn miif. liv ttlfi dozen.
r.rcd or thousand, Also fresh Baltimore
rs in cans, best quality and all grades
ose figures. Bund your orders to tlio
er and FibIi Depot, Ohio levee, corner
ithstrect. Roiikht Hewett, Agent,
jtRTRU's OLD RELIABLE OYSTER DEI'OT.
EAe undersigned would respectfully in
1 the citizens of Cairo that we are now
ving daily, and the only parties in
), direct from Baltimore trcbh oysters by
can and from the quantity we are re
,ng and selling daily we arc enabled to
'.Item, for ten and twenty cents per can
:han any other house in the city.
;e Standard, full cans, 40 cents;
pe Selects, full cans, 50 cents. For sale
I Winter's grocery, on Eighth
V, and at the Hotel Do Winters.
ret can always rely upon getting them.
4 II. Winter & Co.
M Electro-Vapor Baths.
Vo euro for rheumatism, neuralgia, dys
and all derangements of the system,
brooms, 128 Commercial avenue, over
V'l jewelry utoro. Terms: Single baths,
I; tlx baths, $5.00. Try them.
I i', W. II. Mauran,
I ' Iloma'p&thio 1'hysician.
at ' For Sale.
jft lots oa on Levee street, above Heed's
4tr. Will be sold cheap. Titlo per
J, ML J, Howlky, Ileal Estate Agent.
; Bucklcn's Arnica Salve,
e best salve in the world for cuU,
jjs, sores, ulseri, salt rheum, tever sores,
u chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
jnda of skin eruptions. This salvo is
nteed to give perfect satisfaction in
case or money refunded. Price, 33
I per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'Hara
I LIE JJHIUi
DON'T FORGET PROF. AL.
, THCR8DAT, NOVEMBER 23.
Every ouo should turn out and give him
the largest benefit ot tho season. Prof.
Goss has been with us for nearly two sea
sous, and during that timo has won tho
esteem of all tho inhabitants of our city by
showing his willingness to play for every
body irrespective of party or sect. In ad
dition to tho regular piogrammo of tho
evening, will bo presented a pio-cating
match, greased poll, etc; also the first ap
pearance of Tanner and Boss, tho acme of
colored song and danco artists. Trof. C.
V. Lemon and Harry II. Given will also
present new music specialties. General
tnlmission 25 cents.
The Delta Fire Company's Bull.
The Ninth Annual ball of the Delta Citv
Fire company will tako place at their
engine house on Thursday evening,
November 25th. Friends of tho company
are invited to bo piescnland injoy them
selves. Tickets, $1 ; supper, 25 cents.
The Butehcrs' Ball.
The butchers of Cairo will give a ball in
Schuel's hall, on Thursday evening, Novem
ber 25th. Boicourt's string bund will
furnish the music, and a Sweedish comedy
will bo presented by competent home
talent. Admission, fifty cents. All arc
invited to attend. The committee of
arrangements arc: Ferdinand Kcohler,
J. Haller, E. Bucher, Fred Keohlev, Jake
Walter and Frank Kliuo.
On Thursday evenine, November 25th, at
tho Presbyterian church, will bo give u a
Tlmuksgiving concert by tho choir, assist
ed by a number of other singers. Admis
sion, 25 cents. Concert to begin at eight
Ribs, Back Bones, Etc.
In quantities to supply the whole city
and country aro now for sale at the packing
house of llinkle, Moore & Hinkle, on Com
mercial avenue low figures; also leaf and
fresh rendered lard, salt meats, etc nt
lowest market price.
For Sale. I
House and lot on Cross street, neai the
High school. House is two-story .has 6 rioms
and hti 1 and is in cooa condition wejiru
ablo neighborhood. Trice $750.
M. J. Howi.ey, Beal Estate Agent
Fine Millinery .
AT A OREAT SACRIFICE.
On account of sickness of myself and in
my family, I am compelled to close my
liusiNEss, and therefore will sell my entire
stock of fink millinery ooods at a great
sacrifice, commencing to-day.
I have the finest and largest as well as
the BEST SELECTED STOCK of goods in tllO
city and all must re sold.
Mrs. C. McLane.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
NoIIccr In thenft columns, ton cents per line,
etch insertion. Markoil
Hon. D. T. Lincgar has returned from
Buckwhek flour and maple syrup at
Pettis & Bird's.
Hon. John II. Oberly's family is ex
pected to arrive in this city to-day.
"Between the acta" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Koismcyer's.
Although to-day is Thanksgiving day
Tub Bulletin will appear as usual to
Tho next annual session of the Grand
Lodge of Odd Fellows of this state will be
bedd at Springfield.
Minco meat, apple butter and all kinds
of jellies, at Pettis & Bird's.
"Between tho acta" cigarettes, whole
salo and retail, at F. Korsmeyer's.
Mr. Win. McEwen has the contract for
plastering tho lUUiday house. Ho is at
present engaged in lathing it.
Mr. Horace Hannon, who has lately
been seriously afflicted with rheumatism,
is again able to bo about without crutches.
All kinds of bulk pickles, pigs feet,
etc., at Pettis & Bird's.
To-day being Thanksgiving day, no
meeting of the Woman's Christian Tem
perance Union will bo held this afternoon.
Harry Bayman, a switchman ou tho
Illinois Central railroad, hud two ot his
fingers maahed, yesterday, while coupling
Fresh prunes, currants, raisins, candies
and nuts, at Pettis & Bird's.
Tho services at the Reform hall, con
ducted by Iter. Koan, wcro productivo of
tho usual good last night. There were four
Tho physiogonomy of Mr. Fred Scheel
er now beams behind the counter of Mike
O'Donnul, on tho corner of Twentieth and
New mackerel in barrels, kits and
5c. breakfast tins, at Pettis & Bird's.
Tho post office will only bo open from
eight till nine o'clock to-day one hour.
This fact should be borno in mind by those
who would not be disuppointcd.
Atdermuu Saup has been quite ill
confined to his bed for the part four
weeks, but Is, we ard pleased to know,
again able to bo up and about,
Tho partnership heretofore existing
between Dr. Leach and Dr. Wheeler has
been dissolved by mutual consult. A
notice to bo louud elsewhere in these col
umns this morning says so.
Families, in need of corn, tomatoes,
peaches and other canned goods, will save
money by culling ou Pettis & Bird,
Dr. Nowotney, who six or eight weeks
ago moved from this county to Minnesota,
arrived In town yuhtrrdtiy, and will remain
fur a few weeks, Ho is afflicted with
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY
rheumatism, and came hero expecting to bo
benefited by our climate. If ho will return
to this county, we will guarantee him his
usual good health and prosperity.
-JiOversof pleasure Bhould not forgot
the Butchers' ball to bo given at Sheol's
hall this evening, nor tho ball to bo given
by the Delta lire company in their engine
Union services will be held at the
Presbyterian church this morning Rov.
Koan officiating. Morning and evening
services will also bo held in the Church
of tho Redeemer and the Catholic churches.
It is stated by tho friends of Mr. John
Reeve that he will shortly engage in tho
commission business. We do not know
that ho entertains such intention, but wish
him abundant success in whatever ho may
The report is current that many of the
wealthy ladiesof the British aristocracy pre
fer Americans as husbands, and wo wish it
distinctly understood that we have always
said tho women of Great Britain for beauty
and grace have no peers.
A number of notices from the well
know and enterprising firm of Pettis &
Bird, relative to their .business, appear in
our local columnH this morning, and we
ask our readers to peruse them carefully,
for they convey information that may prove
of value to them.
"Moonlight mechanics," otherwise
thieves, are getting in their work on wood
piles and coal-houscs. These fellows are
too lazy to work, and a little shot-gun
policy would not be amiss. Many citi'jens
complain of their losses by these fellows,
and swear vengeance on the next one who
Invitations are out for the wedding of
Mr. Malachia Cullman and Miss Mary
Galvin, which takes place at St. Joseph's
Catholicchurch to-day, at 10 o'clock a. ra.
A reception will be given at the residence,
on Centre street, between Washington
avenue and Walnut street, this evening at
8 o'clock, where the friends of the couple
will unite in the general lestivities.
Don't fail to give thanks to Al. Goss
for the fine music furnished during the past
year, and let these thanks be given in a
substantial manner. No better way can be
devised than by buying one, two, three or
more tickets to his complimentary benefit at
the Comique to-night. The show is a first
class minstrel performance the bc6t of the
season aud is worth double the price, 25
cents for admission.
The ladies of one of the Cincinnati
churches have projected a series of "mis
sionary teas," which will be held, accord
ing to a leading journal of that city, "once
each week, at the residence pf somebody,
where the missionary affairs; will bo dis
cuBsed, papers and essays oni the subject
read and talked over, as the ladies sip tlieir
tea and indulge in sandwiches, and other
Tho city is full of tramps at present who
are bound for the south. Not one Of them
deserves a mouthfull of food free otharge
since they can all obtain employment at
paying wages in this city and need not beg
if they have any inclination to work. Mr;
Chas. Thrupp is advertising for laborers
for the city and, besides this, a number of
hands can find employment on the new
elevator grounds up town,
An up-town gentleman whose name
it is not necessary to mention about noon
ysterday, saw a gentleman of color appro
priating a portion of his kindling wood to
his own use. In driving the negro from
his premises, tho gentleman was compelled
to climb a picket-fence iind, in doing so,
got into a misunderstanding with the
pickets. Tho injuries thus sustained 'cere
painful, but not serious.
A letter from Milwaukee, Wis., to re
latives, in this city, of Mr. Albert Grindler,
formerly a citizen ot Cairo, and who will
be remembered by many, states that he
was found dead in his bed
last Wednesday morning. Ho
was afflicted, as will be remembered,
with epilepsy, and had been for some time
employed in a hospital in Milwaukee. His
death will bo regretted by his many friends
When a subscriber complains that our
columns contain too many notices of peo
ple, whero they have been, what they are
doing, etc., wo know exactly how to re
move tho objection. The next day wo
write that Mr. has called on us; that
he is the most agreeable gentleman outside
of the heavenly kingdom, and tell various
other lies about him with a smoothness
that carries conviction with it. This done,
he never atterwards has the same complaint
Tho amendment to our state constitu
tion, which was voted on at tho late elec
tion, is unquestionably adopted. When the
result is officially ascertained and the gov
ernor Iwues his procluinution decluring its
adoption, the amendment goes into effect.
It provides that county judges, county
clerl i, sheriffs and treasurers shall bo
elected at tho the state election in 1882 and
for every four years thereafter, and that at
tho presidential election in 1884 and every
four years thereafter coroners and circuit
clerks shall k elected. Tho effect of
tho amendment is to save tho expense of
one election every four years. It makes
tho terms of all county officers four years
and makes both sheriffs and treasurers
ineligible for two successive terms. An
other result is that it continues in oflluc
until 1832 those county clerks, treasurers
and judges whose termB would otherwise
expiro next year. This will retain in offico
County Clerk Humm and County Judge
Yocum, no provision being uiado for tho
election of their successors beforo 1882,
In proposing this amendment our legisla
tors seem to have overlooked tho oflleo of
county school superintendent, whoso term
expire next year and under tho present
law an election will have to bo held to fill
that office then.
Whilst Grant is living off his sons' re
lations, and driving Dick Swiveler, one of
the fast nags of New York, over tho Jcromo
track, his friends aro trying to find him a
situation and struggling for an immense
sum to aid him in amusing himself during
the balance of his days. The latest move
is to billet him as manager of the southern
consolidated, railroads. It is not important
that he should know anything of the work
he is asked to perform ; he is to be paid for
the use of his name. Let something be
done for this great beggar and give the
country a rest.
The following from tho St. Louis Re
publican of Friday is of considerable im
portance to our citizens: "There is a pro
ject on foot amongst capitalists hero for
the construction of a narrow-gauge railroad
from Bird's Point, Mo., opposite Cairo, down
along the west bank of the Mississippi river
oiid at a 6ufilcient distance from the
river not to interfere with tho steamboat in
terest, and striking across from a point in
Arkansas to connect with Paramore's nar
row gauge road, to Waco, Texas. This
road will be a connection of the Cairo and
St. Loui narrow-guugo railroad and will
ultimately be extended to the city of
Mexico, thus forming a grand trunk narrow
Cristopher Columbus, a gentleman of
hallowed memory in historical circles, is to
have a monument. A dispatch from Santo
Domingo, by way of Havana, states that
"congress has passed a decree that, consid
ering the proofs sufficient that the remains
found in the Cathedral ou September 10,
1877, arc the remains of Christopher Col
umbus, a monument to enshnne them shall
be erected at the capital." The govern
ment of Santo Domingo contributes
$10,000 for this purpose, and calls upon all
American governments for assistance. The
monument to the celebrated Christopher
(if the remains discovered are really his) is
rather late, but then it may last all the
longer for that.
At a special meeting of the nibernian
fire company, held in the company's hall
last night, the following officers were elect
ed tor the ensuing year: President, Al.
Susanka; vice-president, Thomas Keane;
secretary, C. C. Mason; treasurer, Albert
Smith; foreman of engine, N. E. Jocobs;
assistant foreman of engine, Jas. Greany ;
foreman of hose, Dunnis J. Foley; assistant
foreman of hose, Louis Crawley; captain,
Robert Hewitt. The last office named
was created by an amendment lately adopt
ed. The officers were installed last night,
and the company resolved to give an offi
cers' ball on the evening of next Wednes
day, to which every member is privileged
to invite his friends.
Miss Margaret Jones will act as bride's
maid, and Mr. David Barry will act as
act as j
Dnues groom at the wedding ot Mr.
Malachl Cullinan and Miss Mary Galvin,
in St. Joseph's church, to-day. It is softly,
very softly whispered by City Clerk Foley
and other confidential and truth
ful friends of Mr. Barry that that
gentleman s ooject in serving in me capacity
aforesaid is, to become thoroughly ac
quainted with the questions asked during
the marriage ceremony, in order that he
may be enabled to answer them correctly
himself in the near future. This is com
mendable, and The Bulletin, although a
little early in doing so, wishes Mr. Barry
muchjoy, and entertains the hope that Mr.
Foley, too, will repent of his present way
at an early day and consent to work in the
Tho amendment to the constitution of
the state, adopted at tho late election, per
mits the county clerk and county judge to
hold their offices until 1882 when the re
gular ejection will occur but does not
mention the office of county superintendent
of schools, and hence an election for that
office will bo held at the usual
time. We desire to say, in this
connection, that Mrs. P. A. Taylor has filled
that office in this county very acceptably
indeed, and that she should be prevailed
upon to again make the race at the ensu
ing election. She is competent, active and
earnest in the discharge of her duties, and
has given no room whatever for complaint.
If she should consent to again serve our
people, they should tender her the office by
such a majority as would assure her of the
public's appreciation of her services.
The sacred concert at tho Presbyterian
church to-night should not .bo forgotten or
missed under any circumstances, for, to do
so, would be to miss one of the best enter
tainments of the season. A mere glance at
the programme, which appears
in another column, will satisfy
any ono that tho exercises will be truly
grand, for those who take part in them are
known to do among mo nest Homo talent
we nave. I Hero has not ween, for many
years, so much musical talent
concentrated upon tho accomplishment of
a singlo purpose us there will be ou this oc
casion, mo price oi admission is insiirnl-
(leant; in fact, less than half vh.it tho enter-
taiment is worth, and tho proceeds aro 10 l
bo devoted to a noblo purpuse, namely: '
A. MANX -
1 j: :' : !.'3-.5fif $vj
the payment of the church debt. The
ladies, who are managing tho affair, deserve
the heartiest encouragement from all our
citizens, and we hope they will receive it.
Maggie Williams, one of the inhabi
tants of hell's half ire, yesterday robbed a
white stranger in her bagnio, of three or
four dollars all the money she could find
on his person. She mode him hold up his
hands bv threatening to inflict bodily in
jury upon mm witn a razor, wnicn sue
displayed, unless he did so, and then went
through his pockets. She was arrested by
Chief Robinson, and Judge Olmsted bound
her over in the sum of one hundred and
fifty dollars. Besides this case, several
drunks and disorderlies were disposed of
in which the public is uot particularly in
terested. To-day is Thihlftgiving day the day
on which our readers should return thanks
for the blessings of peace and health
and bread, and for the full enjoyment
of all their liberties, both civil aud
sacred. They should return thanks
for the spread of religion, of liberty,
education and industry; for the great crops
and prosperity ot labor, an 1 for the happy
homes, around which to-day will reunite
the sweet ties of kin, and cluster the sacred
memories of affections ot the family. But
in their happiness, let the readers of
The Bulletin not forget the afflicted,
the needy and the helpless, or that blessed
is he that consideretli the poor. Let Chris
tian charity see to it that there is no roof
so unblessed that the cheer of Thanksgiv
ing day shall not to-day light its hearth
and board and the hearts of its little ones.
Thos. O'Neil, while somewhat under
ti,e influence of liquor vesterday afternoon,
became boisterous and quarrelsome in a
levee saloon, threatening to thrash any one
in the room, and ended by attacking a man
outside of the saloon, who was helplessly
drunk, knocking him down, kicking him
finally stabbing him in three
places about tho body, inflicting ser
ious though not fatal wounds. O'Neil was
arrested by officers Schutter, Chief Robin
son nnd Has Martin and taken to jail.
Ho is well known to our police
force as u bully ani criminal of no
common order, having figured frequently
in our police courts. While being escorted
to jail he sent forth a continuous stream of
oaths and foul language, and made re
peated attempts to strike the officers. 11c is
a dangerous man and should no more be
permitted to remain in the city than
should a vile and dangerous beast. It is
to be hoped that he will lc gotten rid of
before he succeeds in committing any
further deviltry or, perhaps, killing his
man. The wounded man was properly
taken care of.
Te following is the programme of the
concert to be given at the Presbyterian
church this evening:
; 1. The Wedding March Mldsummewleht'd
Ml-n Kmmi Jami'i.
1 "T Thee drcst Ood '-MofCi In Egypt. .RomIuI
8. Aria-Oh, Thou thut Tel lent Good Tiding".
Oratorio of "The .VomIuIi" 11 u add
MlM Anuifl Plti'her,
4. QuBrtiittw Chdtit, oar IWow H. Millard
Mr. Wright, Ml.n MrKee, Mr, Hacker
and Mr. M(kne.
5, Duett and Chorui "I Waited for the
Mr. Lanndt'n. Mm, Stansbary aud Uira,
8. Trio Sniicta Murla H. Oweo
Mr. Laimden, .Mi Pitcher and Mr. Alutliorp.
7. Holo Judith Cone .me
8. Solo Offurtolre in A flat Edward M. Head
Mini Kiln Itohhlni.
9. Solo and Chorus Iufltimm:itu Stnbat
Mm. Laudndcu and Chorne.
10. Old Iluudrod
WmsPKiUNos of Love. Your baby's
life is in (lunger whenever it is troubled
uifli n (viturli fir I'nlil Civn Tlr lillll'u
, Cmigh Syrup. Price 25 cents,
17OU UKNT Two room and kitchen ou Ntno
1 tupiuh utrtio., tf hoiiKOi. from C'onimvrclul uvo
nuu, MMiihul v. Iniinlru at tin1 prcmliM'.
niTANTklV-A t'lrl to cnok. wach.'
nnd Iron, and
iV to hkdUI wuli ii'lu'iiil luiimewuik.
wite to an -fnnu;nt imon.' Apply to Mm. Dr.
Marean, corner Kouiteenth itroel uud Nuhlu(ton
CITY OF CAIRO
Superior Makes anil Styles
A. X 1J-
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
The Loss Clothing House.
01 Ohio levee, : : Cairo, 111.
DISSOLUTION NOTR E.
N'OIK E Tin' copartnership cxlMinir Mweeu
Otiu. II. Leach, M. I)., and Kdiou U. Wheeler,
M D., nh.vKiciiitia and ur(oin, U thia day din
H'l v d, by mutual rnnaont. The hook, nntea and
arcoHi.ts are In the bandoof ieori;i! H. Leach, M.
! . forrnllt-rtinn. All pa nu ntit niupt be uiadc to
him, and nil claim u,'iiiiiM the Into lirm ireeunted
to hlui for payment.
i. H. LEACH. M D.
EJSON I). iVUKEI.EK, M. D.
Oaiho, November 'JJtU, IS-).
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOCIi. GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
STEV YORK STOKE,
WHOELSALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX xiit: CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIEli & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth ftreet 1
Commercial Avenue J
YOCUM & RODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
OAIHO - ILLS
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in .V
TIN, COITER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OP JOn WOUK DONE TO OUDBK.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois
ny virtue of an erecutlon tuaued out ot tho
clrrk'i oflleo of the circuit court of Alexander
county, and 'tato of Illlnola, anil to mo directed,
whereby 1 am commanded to mako the. amount of
certain Jndgmunt recently obtained agalnrt James
C. Rankin, In favor of tho Hoilthweatern In
surance Company, for nao of John 0.. Harmon,
receiver, out of the landa, tenement, goods and
chattlea of the Mid JameaO. Raukln, I hav levied
on thu followmu described property, to-wit: Lot!
numbers 1 twenty-five m), twenty-aix VM), l""'
neven (37) and twonty-clirht t'lr0 ?,dKS
AMNciiuton'i Mib-dlviHlon or block numbered
four (4) In tho third addition to tho city ol Cairo,
Illiunla,- Thereforo, accord Inir to Mid commuiid.
1 ahnll ipoao for aalo at public auction, nil thu
rlirht. title andlnlerent of Ihn above named Jamea
C? Rankin In and to th above described property,
at 1'J o'clock, a. m , ou Thursday tho nth day of Do
comber, ismi, at the weaterly door of tho court
house. In Cairo. Illinois. , ,.. , , -T
Dated at Cairo, Illinois, this 1IU i day of Nnvcm
bar.lHHO. JOHN IIODOKS.
BhorMT Alexander County,
TOTICJf OF ADJUSTMF.NT.
KSTATS OF H'll.MAM KKLl'B, DKl'KAXEl).
All iomtm ImvliiR claims nejltist thu rstnjo of
Wlllliim Hull'u. dnceiised, urn Imreby untitled and
requested to attend and present men claims to thu
cmintv court or Alexander coiinly, Illinois, for the
purpose orhuvlnir tho snmn adjusted nt a term of
snltl court, to beheld at the court house, In the city
of Cairo In said Alexander county, on the third
Monday of January. A. D. ltl, being the l.tuduy
"iiaiwi November Itth. A. D. into.
JAMES U. DtCKMJtB, Executor.